Murray State University - Shield Yearbook (Murray, KY)

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L...i.... 9-U , A .,,,,,ii,-- ,V,. CGNTENTS Faculty and Administration o 31 Features o 69 Leadership o 83 Organizations o 103 Military o 193 Athletics o 204 Classes o 243 E D I T O R Pat Brown BUSINESS MANAGER Jerry Kington w 5 X' I E 4- if I 5 1 . , 1' ! , X 4 w N N - 4 x Jn g K , , . J . T x ,z Y . 1 4 4 5 , 5 L I RETRGSPECT TI-IIS WAS A YEAR . . . a year of weejuns, rnadras, and oxford cloth, of knee- socks, formals, and treeingsg of over-due library books, football, and night classes at the lake, of Chad Stuart rain, and Budweiser, of welcomed spring, early curfew, and vacations, of breaks at the Hut, the Jerk, and seven- thirty classes. All this was important, and we savored every moment but 1965 was more than beer and vaca- tions: it was test tubes and conjugations, chalk dust and illegable notes, blue books and bunsen burners, term papers and red-penciled corrections, carbon paper and concerts, maps and field trips, equations and themes, lectures and footnotes, poetry and finals, theories, realities, Plato, Shakespeare, Toynbee, Einstein, and Faulkner. Since 1923, students have walked these ways. Those students before us knew, as we now know, and as those who follow us will learn, that MSC is more than a college -it is part of the foundation upon which we will build a life. As college students, our daily routines are sometimes off-set by long walks-dress-up dates-or friendly dis- cussions. During these moments we become better ac- quainted with other students and we often learn to un- derstand ourselves more fully .... At MSC we find ample opportunity for expressing ourselves by participation in such creative activities as painting, writing, and theater. . . . Through the maturation process we learn to adjust to and become part of accepted patterns of college living. . . . As our college days draw toward their close, we inevitably find ourselves becoming more concerned with our future-yet no matter what path we choose, the knowledge and experience we have obtained at Murray State will afford to us the initiative and foundation nec- essary to our further development and future life .... In retrospective view, we may say-all this was Murray State College in 1965. . 3 , 1 "f Q . B6 if a ,,,45's M D gk wk: W b f V '1 313 .1 xx 5 I I 1 Wliqifq. Q -'L R413 1' ' av I lf' 'il 7 f . .1 A Q52 Q ' f X MMV- ,X , ' ws www " ', f f A ' ff vw ' ' ww M ,f M I My W I , M W my WM lv N15 U" 2i.wWi55 J' l YNY.. u if ,J W M yy , V' HZ' 52' Wei M ' XQ' Nj ' X uw 'A " . 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', sw 1, M1 in 'fr . , 'V all Ji, X W am N 57 :W ' 'M WY M ,,,, "' ' T ,.,,, , 42-- Nz "" 1 ' V: -V 5 ,, 2 -:FFF-' 3' ' L -ff, v 1- , J: 1 -I 2 E 5 n i H. l. 9 x 5 NY 4 I Q J 1 4 u Y I I l 3 i + v V M L..----- MURRAY STATE 1965.., NX NL hx Nm-Cx -X -. Ajax and a scrub cloth are a necessity for that first day in the dorm. ,X. , , Y 4' dx!-xx XX K 1 Q , M, ' x 9 Unpacking takes a back seat to that all-important first- semester freshman schedule. Reluctant parents accompany their daughters to meet their "mothers" away from home. bl A Hrst stop for many new students is the College Book Store to buy a Murray State parka. TI-IE ULTIMATE BEGINNING 1923-one little, two little, three little buildings . . . 1939, 1945, 1956, 1961-1964! Buildings everywhere- old buildings, new buildings, buildings under construc- tion, and sketches still on the architect's board . . . Forty-one years of constant growth have made Murray's expanding campus what it is today, "the South's Most Beautiful Campusf' But tomorrow its constantly chang- ing face will be still further modified and even more unrecognizable to old grads. The enrollment has soared from a handful of students at Murray Normal School in 1923 to a college of 4800 students in 1965. Among this year's additions to the physical plant of MSC were the ten-story women's residence, Elizabeth Hall, named for the First Lady of MSC, Mrs. Elizabeth Woods, the new, two-building complex composing the Applied Arts and Science Building, and the Home Economics Annex. The freshmen were faced with the inevitable be- wilderment of registration, ubiquitous lines, mid-term grades, the monsoon season, and the traumatic transfer from the secure shelter of home and parents to the col- lege campus and dorm "mothers," new faces, cafeteria food, self-discipline, and hard work. But as every fresh- man class before, most of the novice collegiates soon adjusted and met the exciting challenge of college life at Murray State. A friend's help is welcomed as a student begins the initial task of unloading his car. I" ' ' ' '- ' 1 aa? " A ' Y ' , li ,at , , ,, mein, '.h-wx, A Mitzi: .. t .4251 ,pq-y W ui: ,ri , .gflflw l -aria fax-wa mfg Hvwiyia , ,,- . in , ml -- -- 5:5 ' -' nz. -ws wer ff I I, , , , ,f ..q i . . 252 iz - K V , L: ei Z ' ,',, ,X 'sig ' A- SOCIOLOGY ECONOMICS FICISTOIIY SCIENCE Who's in charge here? l-IURRY UP AN WAIT Confusion and registration are synonomous and never - the two shall part . . . IBM and progress have done little to remove the pain and frustration from the unique, curse-provoking process known as registration. In fact, the infinite number of cards and numbers and lines have added to the havoc. No more can the bewildered fresh- man secure directions and comfort from the sophisti- cated senior, because he too is in a state of utter I Q ' 1 Y,-V , YnY,,sL?'Q, V The stamping of the 'trial schedule card marks the be- ginning of the ritual of registration. This line leads to the basement of the library where overdue bills are paid, SHIELDS are purchased, Student Organization fees are assessed . . . confusion! Registration is the obstacle course which is a prerequisite to the inner sanctums of the academic community. Anyone who can endure registration with its seemingly endless lines, flurry of cards, closing classes, ump-teen million fees, snarling professors, and leering students selling chances on old term papers, gold-trimmed, pearl-encrusted pogo sticks, or a life-size portrait of Ringo, deserves a medal . . . but the line forms at the rear, Hurry Up and Wait! With apprehension and disbelief, students gaze on as their fees are assessed. 5 i i Nearing the end of the line, Tommy Taylor appears pleased as he gains admission to the Dean's table. F "f, A? 1, i Q lt- , is VHSEG' Vi , 9' WML. i ' ,ge 1 lm 1 M, -is , an Ng- , -X5 myeza 25 ' r , 1 if X In M X -M., Hr' 4361 L W .QT ' Rushees become better acquainted with sorority members through informal activities such as scrapbook gazing. Rousing cheers and pleasing smiles welcome Bob Hawkins into ATO pledgeship. 18 4, Hugging dominates the scene as Alpha Sigma Alpha receives pledges. The main attraction at fraternity smokers is the traditional cigarette girl. RUSH! RUSH! Tl-IE GREEKS' From amid the infinite piles of books, papers, and assignments comes the Greek call of today. Its echoes can be heard throughout the world wherever man's love for man exists as a spirit of mutual understanding for the achievement of common goals. Almost as old as our nation, the Greek voice has continued to ring loud and strong on the campuses of most colleges and universi- ties. The formal rush programs carried on by the Greek organizations at MSC are approximately the same in length and entail similar systems of fraternal salesman- ship. Rushees are greeted with a firm handshake and pleasant smile characteristic of active members who have spent weeks in preparation of the rush program. In spite of a strict quota system placed on sororities and the need for additional fraternal organizations, the Greeks are an integral part of campus life at Murray State. Rushees were entertained by "The Mexican Hat Dance" at the Tri-Sigma party. CALL CDP TCD Y AOII placed second in float competition with "A-Salt the Eagles." Under new contest rules, Trudy Russell became MSC's first Homecoming Queen. FIRST HOMECOMING VICTORY SINCE 1954 The theme seemed to be "yell like hell" as fraternities partici- pated in the "Thoroughbred Spirit" contest. A All the Way Big Blue . . . Let's go!-And they did, Murray State's victorious 32nd Homecoming had all the necessary components . . . a beautiful Southern fall day, unleashed enthusiasm and spirit, a great marching bandg a "Homecoming Spirit" contest sponsored by the cheerleaders, a parade with floats which were definite- ly above par and were the result of ingenius ideas, pep pills and no-doz, and much, much work, a lovely Queen, and most important, VICTORY! The highlight of the day was the 28-21 Win over Tennessee Tech, the first Homecoming victory for the Racers since 1956. There were also open houses and teas for the alumni and the Homecoming Dance to top the day's festivities in grand style. Simplicity in design and neatness in detail was characterized by ASA's prize-winning Hoat, "Reign Over Tech." Due to only 24 hours in a day, such neces drying and studying must be combined. R'-Q Sities as hair One of the most appealing study places in the spring is the library steps. Exhaustion-the plague of the college student 'LZ "i I in night's study. X ,', 7,1 f gf ,-fb. 'if ff W Zyl xiii! , fl Pencil in mouth, the student assumes the middle of the bed to complete her There's always time for that last-minute cram session Despite the noise and confusion, the basement of the library is a satisfactory before that all-important exam. place to study. ARIATIGNS IN STUDY H BITS "Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint and curious vol- ume of forgotten lore- . . . "with an abundant supply of no-doz, Diet-Rite, cookies--and four term papers, live tests, two book reports, and six classes to prepare for tomorrow . . . It may not be quite that bad, but study is, after all, the primary objective of most college stu- dents and few escape the tried and true "burning of the midnight oil." College students learn to survive on a surprisingly few hours of sleep and an amazingly large consumption of colas and No-Doz pills. Most students are too busy "getting an education" to study until late at night when volumes of long "forgotten lore" beckon. Study habits are many and varied but always the cen- tral core of the college student's life is that never-end- ing, often tiring and frustrating, but rewarding en- deavor known as Study. is V - .E-.J-,,,M,e, .y -75Etvf'5sf "Angels We Have Heard On High" marks the beginning of the traditional Christmas program by the a cappella choir. CHRISTMAS HITS Tl-IE CAMPUS Suddenly it was December and thoughts turned to Christmas-and parties and tinsel-decorated trees and mysterious packages and eggnog and shopping and sending Christmas cards and GOING HOME! 'Twas the season to be jolly and the campus reflected the elated mood with Christmas carols played from the SUB, holiday parties and dances, parties for the under- privileged children, open houses and receptions. Girls living in the dorms were treated to Christmas caroling by the fraternities. There were Christmas trees, deco- rated doors, and MISTLETOE in the dorms. Even though professors insisted on giving tests during the week before vacation, a minimum of study was done by all as the great day sped closer. x va, i Pi Kappa Alpha helps spirit at their annual Ch E K i R14 1 . , ,, h A x 4' :Adil N 5 p K fa l A 1 f I i l ' ,nr 319211: Z 'fy'--"a'xh:"s'.. H.. I ,A 4 .J, Qi-w,:a,a, - ,.-',.N 3 Sem-.bj.,' 5 '55 -.1 V ' V" M ihfffii f . 1 i - H , .... I h ii i fn -U N U 1 H 0 ,V .2 612.1-. gi , Q1 1 l? gg! g' 'H X ' a 4 15 ' .z Q: .f-.-.1 if : ' 'Cf .f' -f F, W' . ' 5 Jif'EfM:Q? sm. -,-x-,i ' . - 5- :- -'.'1' 'Q . .-v ' 4 ,,i1"" fJ.'1A' ff' -1 'U L' If ' 1 :'.7 Tf""'." J"'.- ' . WI.-Q P ,- '1 gun V-Q::'--Q-. 5.15 Hg 1 i i 5 xv-ab in 'Sw 1 , QA ,, ,xv gf 7 -dn . '. ff.. :Q-f 'L -:Ay x f,:fY,.,. it 1 'M - Wfvwpf.,-' v7ig'5,i F' ln.. hs,-5 -n z ' ? - T : 2 R1 , 1 2 x N, f J 17 A, z 1 Q! M -i fr,Q:f' fr 'vi- fb., Elm l"Ci'.. gag Sn- 5 Tuul .. . , .a':.2.: ...... 1 wss,MSC'5- ll an U .L J 5 ,I 4 "' E . 1, a. , ' .Q M 3 v. 4- M Y 1 -uv .--4 uf -n l wx E335 E In N ls I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 41 . ,fl A k f xv,-.1 A f Self-determinism and physical strength are exemplified by dis- cus-thrower Bob Bolling as he assumes his familar pose. "GO, GO BIG BLUE!" as ATO's whoop it up at the Homecoming game. Egg? i , W L' iff' I , ff .f ,Af 1 I! . "Well, I have never!" appear to be the sentiments of this coed as she is confronted with the prices of the bookstore. MSC--AN ABUN ANCE OF EXPRESSIGNS Joy, grief, anticipation, fear, confidence, enthusiasm, nonchalance, nostalgia, laughter, tears, love, hate, dis- appointment-These are but a few of the myriad modes of expression so intense, yet so fluxuating, in the lives of all collegiates. The experiences of this vast range of emotions and the incidents which elicit them help mold the intricately variable and intelligent young adults who will leave the hallowed halls of Academia to enter the competitive world of today. College life serves as the last stage of semi-dependence before launching into the demands of responsibility and independence apart from the college campus. One must experience and learn to accept not only love, joy, and laughter, but frustration, disappointment and tears if he is to become a well-bal- anced, mature adult. This is all an important part of those memorable years known as "college life." - Tl-HS AND Tl-l T Much interest was generated in the presidential campaign by the appearance of Senator Strom Thurmond on the MSC campus, A festive atmosphere prevails at AOII's booth at the Spring Carnival. Murray State is much like other state colleges of com- parable size-MSC students, like those elsewhere, com- plain about 7:30 classes, rain, cafeteria food, exams, and the administration . . . School spirit is generated for the BIG games . . . the campus is constantly expanding but can not keep up with the ever-increasing influx of stu- dents. But MSC' has a personality all its own . . . Dr. Lowry . . . the Hut . . . Club 641 . . . Kentucky -Lake . . . Colonel Booth . . . the Student Org. Newsletter . . . such a wide variety of architecture . . . Western Kentucky accents . . . no parking space . . . the Shield oflice . . . WNBS . . . "Lightning" Key . . . Committee A . . . a cultural desert . . . red and green tennis courts . . . and of course, College Farm Road. The pictures on these two pages characterize this distinctive personality. Adding color and spirit to the football games this fall was Alpha Gamma Rho's runaway goat. i :iq '31-at Q , vw. 1. Q- ,- :ZA : :ii M, A J- hjqw. LW V . .. ,w .wif J Qx. V: , ,T ,L-1'ff1iQse.n, ,,:r"'A" M4 ,N b.v, M. M, xx M ff B4 Y M me fs Legg A :sew t 3, .Q-M-Q,.,,12z-1 .iwm ie::f:f.,LL.:wf. X - fy fm A-QW mg sxxlfkssfsssu ' ,, :Meg uQfxs,m: ggi 1 ,, - may " ff: -,"-fmfiwz 11: i hx: Fw ' ww-we ' 912 -x 'G ,, Q5 w. - Q52 A EES!" 5 Mm wwf, mi! :ef -div J. : wk NM. A-,f WM i The faculty and administration headed by Dr. Ralph H. Woods, in his twentieth year as president of Murray State College, furnished the means by which the educational and personal needs of the students were met. MSC is indeed fortunate to be staffed with such experienced and capable personnel. 2 a zu. - f" the faculty and administration DR. RALPH H. WOODS President DR. DODS DR. RAY MOFIELD Assistant to the President Dr. Ralph H. Woods, serving his twentieth year as President of Murray State College, is a vital organ in the progress of the college. A friendly, understanding manner combined with ability as an administrator and educator makes Dr. Woods an able leader for the future of Murray State College. Miss Patsy Rowland Mrs. Charlotte McDougal Expansion of the campus is exhibited as Dr. Woods explains a layout to his secretaries, Miss Patsy Rowland and Mrs. Charlotte McDougal. Complying with an everyday occurrence, Dr. Woods dictates a letter 1: o his secretar y. GOV AND BO RD HON. EDWARD T. "NED" BREATHITT Governor BOARD OF REGENTS-Seated, left to right: Mr. George Hart, Mr. O. B. Springer, Mr. Max Blythe, Mr. C. H. Hall. Standing. Miss Patsy Rowland, Mr. R. H. White, Dr. Ralph Woods, Dr Harry Sparks, Mr. Bob Long. - 91 9. ,J Y l '. tiff? Q, ,Q za, wi?-9' lit. 1 1 i 2? if: 2 'W 1 aff , V igmgc: , s .Q .s2::1f.5??33- -N ,gif HV,w11i2zW?.5i-,T ru,-' it .L W V . , , Z ,, lei-147.3 2' 3Za"Q,jaQfI., Z ages.: L , A aw? 15559 .. .5 , 7,5 .V Y, ' ww: Jlwffffxfvi . Ri.. 6 it "L aramrwaiilt-is l ' , 4 '. ,fe f51?5EZ5m"l . .-1. V .M I 'rr-.f WILLIAM G. NASH Dean of College A frustrated look is generated by a bewildered freshman as Dean Nash checks his class cards in the registration ilne. 'DEAN NASH Dean Nash who received his Ph.D. from the Univer- 7 sity of Kentucky, has served Murray State College since 1940. His duties include deciding upon the schedules of the curriculum, handling class cuts, and coordinating the various departments. Dean Nash capably administers one of the most difficult jobs of the college. Dean Nash explains the complex process of dropping a class to an interested student. Thumbing' through one of the many files in his oflice, Dean Nash is an eiiicient member of the administration. was rm: ' ' f. raw' .5513 fwfr' .aw If I M K lliibfsiae 5 1 MRS. SARAH PANZERA Secretary 34 R DU TE SCHOOL The Graduate School is regarded as an extension of the professional and general education received on the undergraduate level with particular emphasis upon such Helds of study as would result in improved classroom instruction and school administration. It will represent a combination of professional and subject-matter train- ing of maximum benefit to a particular student. 'z-SN? DR. RALPH TESSENEER Dean of Graduate School Dr. Tesseneer confers with his secretaries, Mrs. Ralph Tesseneer and Nlrs. Maurice Christopher. X w F -5 J, ,-rf .Ns . gg ! I W MR. J. MATT SPARKMAN Dean of Students ,fy--'f ' 3.3 .-L Y n Ng.3ss5,.3. Ziiiwf- H H A 4- -. Advising a student with registration problems, Dean Sparkman is always ready to assist when trouble arises. DEAN SPARKMA Dean Sparkman, Dean of Students, is an understand- ing and helpful member of the administration. He is responsible for the welfare and character development of the students of Murray State. He is always available to discuss any problems which a student may have. He carries out his many duties in an eliiicient manner. MRS. DOROTHY NANNEY MRS. RUBYE POOLE Secretary Secretary Continually in the public eye, Dean Tate dictates a letter to one of her secretaries. DEAN OF M N The very charming and capable counselor and advisor for the many women students on the Murray State Col- lege campus is Miss Lillian Tate, Dean of Women. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the girls' dorms and counseling girls with any problems they may have, which she does very competently. at 55533 Exie Hill House Director Elizabeth Hall Velva Workman House Director Woods Hall Willena Tillman House Director Wells Hall MISS LILLIAN TATE Dean of Women Mary Barry House Director Elizabeth Hall Inez Claxton House Director Ordway Hall Mary Frahlich House Director Woods Hall ,, nm, fl will Q -v 4132 it ,Hiwvm William Adams Carolyn Edwards Ellen Harrell Pauline Johnson ?'5N i. MR. WILSON GANTT Registrar REGISTR R It is the job of the registration oflice to prepare the IBM cards that are filled out during registration. The registrar keeps a record of all grades and mails them to parents at mid-term and at the end of the semester. He handles senior degree applications and works in close cooperation with the Dean of the College. Dortha Starks Margot Wingert 38 1,4 , MR. MARVIN WRATHER Director of Public Relations Martha Guier PUBLIC REL TIQNS Mr. M. O. Wrather is Director of the Public Relations Department. This department maintains a free place- ment service for all students, directs alumni activities and informs the surrounding area about Murray State College. Joe Tom E1-win is Publicity Director and Mr. Leroy Eldridge is Director of Field Services. Za MR. LEROY ELDRIDGE MR. JDE TOM ERWIN Field Services Publicity Vivian Hale Dorothy Holland Hilda McCuiston Lorna Outland 39 BUSINESS OFFICE Mr. Ordway and his efficient staff capably manage the initial functions of the Business Office. the Business Office handles one of the most important parts of the college. The registration fees, room and board, college employment checks are processed through the Business Oiiice as well as the money of the many organizations. WH , wg H at wif' H H'-V ln. im 332' MR. P. W. ORDWAY Business Manager Sally Namciu Charles Outland Ann Page Catherine Purdorn Naomi Rogers Fay Slecld Rex Thompson Lucille Thurman assiiwir:.f1 James Rogers , w u i, M., Z we i mf? Z I .-is . XXXSQX. 1 ' ' il 1. M W gl . More new and modern buildings being built on our campus is characterised by the construction of the Applied Science Building. MR. JAMES ARMBRUSTER Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds MR. JOHN WATERS Assistant Superintendent A man who works hard to keep all the physical facilities ofthe campus in tip-top condition is Mr. James Armbruster, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. He has done much to help Murray State maintain the title of the "South's Most Beautiful Campus." BUILDI G AN GROUNDS 41 The Student Health Service is greatly aided by the services of the Gray Ladies. STUDE T HE LTI-I SERVICE The College provides an iniirmary supervised by a local physician, and aided by college nurses to fulfill its, obligations of protecting the student's health. The in- firmary is located in Wells Hall. The service is provided by a health fee paid during registration. MISS RUTH COLE Student Health Service Director , ' f , . of 4' - DR. DONALD HUGHES College Physician Mrs. Effie Kemp Miss Jeanne Kitchen Miss Jane Staton 1 mf MR. BUDDY I-IEWITT Director of Student Union Building. MR. NORMAN LANE Director of Men's Dormitories and Married Housing Mrs. Margie Arbruster, Dietitian of Winslow Cafeteria, Mrs. Louise Jellison, Student Union Cafeteriag Mrs. Roberta Ward, Winslow Cafeteria. Ere- wwavaf' , M' 1 .....-.-........,,.3.--...-....f 1 ,am MR. GLEN JEFFERY MR, T, SLEDD College Postmaster Manager of Book Store SPECIAL SERVICES MRS. A. L. HOUGH Dietitian of Student Union Cafeteria The Special Services includes the dietitians and direc- tors ofthe two cafeterias on campus, the bookstore man- ager, the director of the SUB, the college Postmaster, and the director of the Men's Dormitories and Married Housing. Together they work to make the school a more pleasant, convenient, and healthful place to reside while at MSC. .7 if--up-up i -1. I ... p ,. ,, A complex reaction in organic chemistry is observed by two attentive students. CHEMISTRY The purpose of the Chemistry department is to pre- pare students for a career as teachers, graduate work in the fields of chemistry, in medicine and employment as professional chemists. Chemists are able to manufacture many products We use in our everyday life, such as gasoline, lubricants, and many types of plastic containers. The belief of the department is that a close teacher-student relationship permits the instructor to recognize individual needs and capabilities. Mr. Howell R. Clark Mr. Maurice Christopher Mrs. Annette Gordon Dr. DR. W. E. BLACKBURN Department Head Marshall Gordon N 'JE Mr. James Hall as. 1 .1 Yi DY- Me1Vif1 Henley DF- Karl Hllssblng Dr. Pete Panzera Miss Roberta Whitnah Dr. William Zuber 44 DR. WILLIAM G. READ Department Head Mr. Buford Anderson Mr. Ardath G. Canon ..,.,, U, J- ,, 3- The PHYSICS The fields of physics has become vastly more impor- tant in today's atomic world. Students are attracted to the study of physics although it requires disciplined skill and intelligence. The Physics department has become an integral part of the college curriculum. The study of physics prepares students for teaching careers in the fields of physics, for graduate study in physics, for professional employment as physicists, for pre-professional curriculums in the fields of engineering, medicine, dentistry, and phar- Inacy. knowledge of how to operate complicated electronic equipment is gained by students in the Physics Department. Mr. Jerry S. Faughn Dr. James M. Kline Mr. Randall L. Stephens 45 Cai Ma. A "nl 4-95.9 fri' ff . -A L. Mr. George N. Britt, Jr. Mr. Charles Cleaver Mrs. Hazel Cowin Mr. John P. Gill, Jr. Miss Evelyn Linn Mrs. Christine Parker MATHEMATICS Training pre-engineering students and math majors is the specific duty of the Math Department, headed by Dr. Max Carman. The entire staff strives to give basic mathematical training, valuable in many fields, to stu- dents enrolled in its courses. In this age of missiles and orbiting humans the pragmatic value of mathematics is a rapidly growing one and the role of the Math Depart- ment in our college program is increasing both in pur- pose and practice. Terry Taylor discusses his algebra grade with Mr. George Britt prior to the final examination. Eiga -- .. . c-cfz15e?SE." . Q L sw Rs 55 . pf ,W .2 J.. .Ziff iii. .' QL. A 1. ' i . si y -vii? a sf vp 1,,. ., Mr. Harvey Elder Mr. Jack Wilson .-xx Mr. Thomas Forrest Miss Virginia Witherspoon 37 DR. M. G. CARMAN Department Head 46 ..' -lg' The human skeleton is the center of attraction for many biology majors. DR, A, M. WOLFSON Department Head BIQLGGY The aim of the Biology Department of Murray State College is to train students in the basic concepts of the origins, functions, and preservations of basic forms of life on our planet. The basic scientific skills transmitted by this department provide a general background for students pursuing a liberal arts program and supply a foundation for the specialized training given in its upper division courses to those students enrolled in profes- sional and research programs. l al Eversmeyer Dr Hunter Hancock Mr. C. W. Kemper Mr. Morgan E. Sisk Dr. Liza Spann Dr John C Williams 4-7 're .eat , g,,IQ?3'5i531 ETSIiEllETTtfd T Fon MODER SESCRE me -tis Office Practice is characterized by the preparation of a bulletin board. Mr, Vernon Andgrsgn Mrs- Kathryn BUSINESS The Business Department is one of the most up-to- date and rnodernly equipped buildings in the state. The building is completely air-conditioned, has a room set DR. THOMAS B. Department Head MF- Eugene Huff! Mr. George Ligon HOGANCAMP up as a modern-day office with work desks, typewriters, and dictaphones, has a room completely filled with elec- tric IBM typewriters, etc. With such modern facilities, the department offerings provide excellent training for secondary school business teachers and broader oppor- tunities for general cultural, business, and vocational training. Practice at the transcribing machine helps prepare the secretary for the modern-day office. - 48 -gan 6'-if! pw-lug., W., is "f Alberta Chapman Dr. John Devine Mr. John Ferrell Dr. Howard Giles Mr. Esco Gunter Mrs. Verda Happy Charles Obert Mr. Vernie Parker Mr. Johnny Reagan Mrs. Frances Richey Mr. Eugene Smith Mrs. Jane Wells The teletype machine is one of the many machines that a student learns to operate in the Business Department. 49 .. ,T ,. .,, . .mm IFN 44? wg if xl I 1 " , A-ve do-""" 2: Dr Robert F. Alsup Dr. Mary Elizabeth Bell Dr. Edward Brunner Mr Douglas Harris Mr. Harlan Hodges Mr. Ben Humphreys Miss Ruble Smith Dr. Ralph Tesseneer Mr. Wayne Williams EDUCATION AN PSYCI-ICDLCJGY Today, more young Americans are attending school than ever before, and likewise demand for more and better qualified teachers is ever increasing. In an effort to meet this demand and provide a suflicient number of qualified teachers, emphasis has been placed on Educa- tion. The students of this department study classroom techniques for four years and for nine weeks during their senior year they apply what they have learned in actual practice. The Psychology Department helps the student under- stand how the process of learning takes place. 4.--P Dr. Donald Clemens Mr Mark Cunnin ham Dr. Franklin - E Dr. Frank Kodman Dr. Charles Moore Dr. Hugh DR. DONALD HUNTER Department Head age .,m, s-ef' LA GUAGES Under the supervision of Dr. James Parr, the lan- guage department takes great pride in the quality of its staff and its.majors. Dr. Parr and the Language staff attempt to teach the fundamentals of the four different languages taught in the department to students enrolled in either French, Spanish, German, or Russion Lan- guage Classes. The department utilizes phonograph records, which help the student to learn the pronuncia- tion of native speakers of the language. EPK1ng DR. JAMES A. PARR Department Head Dr Ivan Lubachko Student assistants in the Modern Language Department have an advantage of getting Annie Woodbrldge Mrs Dorothy Woodmg to study dialogs while on the job. IQ DR. GUY A. BATTLE Department Head E GLISI-l The purpose of the English Department is to promote studiousness and to bring about an adequate level of literacy. The department tries to get students to feel the importance of literature as both an ,art and idea. They also try to interest the student in English as a language, such as the variety of meanings for one word. They hope to become a part of a continuous instructional program for students from elementary through college level. English student assistants are responsible for much of the pre- liminary grading of freshmen compositions. I . First Row: Mr. Douglas Bolling Mr. William D. Bonham Miss Sue Brown Miss Martha Davis Mr. Delle Dowell Mr. Louis Edmondson Second Row: Mr. Clyde Faries Dr. James V. Fee Miss Joy Goode Miss Nell Griffin Mr. James Harris Miss Mildred Hatcher Third Row: Mr. James T. Hayes Mr. A. L. Hough Mr. Gordon Loberger Mrs. Shirley Johnson Mrs. Annie P. Markham Mr. Jerry Matthews Fourth Row: Dr. Clell T. Peterson Mr. Joseph Price Miss Esther Rigby Mr. Robert Roulston Mrs. Helen Roulston Dr. Ralph Slow Fifth Row: Mr. J. Albert Tracy Mr. Robert Usrey Miss Brenda Webb Mr. James Williams I 1 5 Wm' g wp.i'i 'UN Q74 5 'Pl 45 M1 QF' . agp. 49- NX K, 1: 1, H 1-WH' TH ?fffifif JJf i M LS. I.w 1 'sf 'V I ' -J 'Lv' q -W ! ll X 'gags .H N Qi . xv! if-T ir---5, it i Mrs. Mamie Anderson L4 DR. H. C. WOODBRIDGE Department Head Ml fit.. M QE 2 wx Mrs. Edna Darnell Miss Ann Herron Mrs. Laurie Ikerd Miss Marilyn McFadden Miss Mayme Whitnell Miss La Jean LIBR RY The Library is the center of the Murray State Col- lege campus. It is dedicated to the preserving of the vital resources which are essential for research, reports, or general information. Invaluable assistance and advice is furnished by the courteous and capable library staif which is reinforced by student assistants. The student assistant checks out a book for a student in the library's new reserve room. LIBR RY SCIENCE The system to unlock the door to knowledge and bridge the gap between ignorance and wisdom is the use of the library. Miss Rezina Senter, head of the de- partment, presents courses designed to give future li- brarians a working knowledge of library needs and proceduresg make the library a vital part of the school programg develop satisfactory relations with other mem- bers of the staff and with the studentsg and to organize and administer a library. The Library Science student spends much time in working with books. FOR MISS REZINA SENTER Department Head ni: iff' f'f'e 'fi' 's-a' I v Hz? '-'f S iiife wif' H 1 THE B UK Z. 5, 1 i ! E wi wAfE"fa- 321535, fx, Ki-f 7 2:63 . ' we IEW? W M Qi-,!,,,,,,. uw DR. C. S. LOWRY Department Head Mr. Rue L. Beale Dr. Ray Moiield Mr. James Startt Kenneth Harrell Donald Neat Frank Steely .... bf "Lg-Us SGCIAL SCIENCE Today, we are very much aware of Pope's statement, "The proper study of man is man." Since man is seeking to know as much as possible about himself, his origins, his history and the structure of his society, and because of the pre-eminent threats facing our democratic form of government, the role of the social scientist has be- come increasingly important. A well-trained staff offers a program designed to help achieve competency in economics, geography, history, political science, and sociology. Miss Alice McCampbel1 Mr. Robert Perkins Miss Bobbye McCarter Dr. James Matthai Mr. Auburn Wells Dr. Patrick Sowle Mr. William Smith V ff' f5, . 5 Y ne l fn 2. , 352 N. -5 wifi-,.'f', as S rw .,. ,ju 1 i. J- tf ' A if in-pgs 41 ann., X V ag 'CT' ff 1 AJ Q F if .L E 'Tiff f Nl 5 T a eb 5 -9,3 DR. CHAD STEWART Department Head l-IE LTH AN Pl-IYSIC L EDUCATIG This department is dedicated to the proposition that the mental processes are only a part of the total self and that a healthy mind functions best in a healthy and well-developed body. Through the utilization of physi- cal skills and practices, the faculty helps to develop within the student attitudes that are essential to healthy living. This approach is founded on the interrelation- ship of mind and body and is designed to benefit the student in everyday life. The college swimming pool offers healthful recreation for all college students. Mr. Rex Alexander Mr. James Frank Mr. William Furgerson Mr. Bailey Gore Miss Nita Graham Mr. William Hina Mr. William Holt Mr. Cal Luther Mr. Bennie Purcell Mr. Don Shelton 'Hf'!fl.f"ff'ii1fs1.Iwm.152lil7 Mi E EE: i33 5l5 7Eg ,, wil. W .. if sggsm Nl y .K y,.wsgif e ',,4fs,fisQ..gQ H Y . v gif!-fe pmw' M M ll will ig T Q 'Q . I I !' E .3 E+' , 3 . ' f ' K Q I 5' ww X- 1 N . , I ' E. .1 l V ,Q- T T l 22 an-v-'A' ir.: pi f T A weaving student receives instructions from a student instructor as she completes her work. Pl RTS The Fine Arts Department offers to the students of MSC the traditions of liberal arts with emphasis placed upon functional and vocational studies. The student is given unique opportunities which encourage individual accomplishments in the fields of art, music, and drama. The music student is trained in voice or instruments. The art student is taught to recog- nize beauty while the drama student learns to portray effectively his role and communicate with his audience. gfggigm A asv.WgQGQWg W , W. we 1 .- 1 S . MR. RICHARD FARRELL Department Head Metal working is among the varied courses offered in the Fine Arts Department. N. , fe Ja any 'tit , Mr. Russell Johnson Mr. Neal Mason Mr. Russell Terhune Mr. John Winter X The metal press is used by students in print making. . Grover Baber . Eula McCain Mr. Robert Barr Dr. Josiah Darnall s. Emily Wolfson Mr. Roman Prydatkevytch Mr. Carl Rogers 4 J I F 5 X , is-x Miss Clara Eagle Mrs. Beatrice Farrell Mr. David Gowans Mr. Paul Shahan Mr. Frederick Shepard Mr. Thomas Spoerner Us lik Y 1 f 'lg 112' 7 "1 U., .. -fm 'fp 4 7 xx A V N ' ' .: ' 'I Winans- COLONEL LANCE E. BOOTH Department Head One of the most enjoyable events of the school year for the military science faculty is the Military Ball. 2 X l mfr 60 9-we Lieutenant Major Major Colonel Brandon L. Parker Christian F. Dubia Henry N. Henry MILIT RY SCIENCE Behind the shined buttons, immaculate uniforms, and polished performance of army organization is a rugged course ,of inspections and drills. Background to this preparation for national defense must be the study of weapons and small-unit tactics, courses included in the two-year program required of freshmen and sopho- rnores. Many outstanding cadets choose to seek the com- mission that follows advanced study and graduation. ROTC develops citizenship and leadership in preparing one to serve his nation in whatever profession he chooses. An integral part of the leadership laboratory is the color guard. Captain Captain J. Fournier Robert T. Garman Joseph E. Palumbo Colonel Booth decorates an outstanding cadet during a drill session. Y ' 'Y ' ' ' - Wav- are - - -s-Q Captain Captain Master Sergeant James I. Perkins Thomas M. Schlaak Ernest S. Webb Staff Sergeant Sergeant First Class Specialist Frank R. Heroux Harold J. Showman Wilbur W. Shelton 61 The basic skills of mechanical drawing are taught by the Industrial Art Department. INDUSTRIAL ART Industrial Arts is a chance for the student to work with his hands and his mind, to create and recreate, to demonstrate his intelligence and dexterity in a practical and essential art form. In classes of mechanical draw- ing, the students prepare for future careers in the fields of architecture, designing, and engineering. Courses in woodworking and general metals give the students prac- tical, creative experience. Students are thus equipped to be of great value in the technological progress of our civilization. DR. HUGH L. OAKLEY Department Head .. ,.., . Z ,1 X, W e f 2. E5 sa . :Was H w 61 Mr Joseph Cowm MISS RUBY SIMPSON Department Head Mrs. Ordway explains color tones for the home to Home Ec students. HOME ECO OMICS It's more than a houseg it's a home. Each major within is a scientist in her laboratory, skillful hands practice the art of preparing nutritious meals, manag- ing the family budget, and designing clothes to meet her knowing, but critical, eye. Such are the skills of the practical homemaker, ac- quired through four years of research, lectures, class- rooms, and practical experience. For the home eco- nomics major, necessity becomes comfort. Miss FTHIIRS Brown M.lSS Jewell, Deelle Ellis Mrs. A.1lCe Hgme Management students 1153 Scale mpdels Qf Mrs. Elizabeth Ordway Miss Mary Alice Ramer Miss Rufie Lee Williams homes in their studies, N w M " ,iii i uwui, 3 'Le-.. -.,,. . . URSING DEPT. A four-year curriculum for the preparation of pro- fessional nurses is offered. Upon completion, the gradu- ate will receive a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and is eligible to become a Registered Nurse. Students pursue courses in general education and nursing throughout the four years. Clinical experience is secured in various health facilities in Murray and Western Kentucky. Cf' Mrs. Patsy N. Forrest MISS RUTH E COLE Department Head stud A model of the heart 1S the center of attraction for these e nts. X, ,M 5, gg gear.. Nga: '- i' ' 'iw' p M Mr. Robert Hendon Mr. John Mikulcik Mr Ar11e Scott Mr Amos Tackett Dr Bobby Wells AGRICULTURE The test of the effectiveness of a department is its provision for general and professional education for its majors. MSC's Agriculture Department passes this test. This department, under the supervision of Mr. E. B. Howton, will soon be moving into a beautiful new Ap- plied Science Building with the departments of Indus- trial Arts and Home Economics. Two Agriculture students utilize scientific knowled e by testing soil 4, Y F 1 Y '4 yi MR. VERNON SHOWN Director Mr. Garrett Beshear Miss Alice Sue Fairless 'Q' ?' "? ""' 7-'M "PT " R Miss Vanda Gibson Mr. R. E. Goodgion CGLLEGE HIGH College High is the branch of our college where the MSC students majoring in education have an oppor- tunity to do their practice teaching under highly skilled supervising teachers. It is an ideal place for those who are qualifying for the teacher's certificate in the ele- mentary and secondary fields to put to use the things they have learned. The "student teachers" observe the high educational standards at College High which in- spire them as future teachers to achieve higher ideals and goals. Mr. Richard Jackson Mrs. Jo 1' 457k ,bn- Mr. William Price Mrs. Joe Nell Rayburn Miss Verona Rogers Mr. Lawrence Suffill Mr. William B. Taylor Mrs. Margaret Student teacher Hannah Mason assists two of her students in a coloring exercise. Lowry Mrs. Mavis McCamish Mr. Don Pace Mr. David Payne Mr. Harmon Pierce 4 iw , w E' Golda Waters Mr. Leonard Whitmer 67 4 i , O W-Fri: . M ,yi 1 2 5 Q 1 qi' . - 3 ll 1.1.35 f ga 34 -jg, ,mg- ' A A ,F 9 0' , fl 1 vw. ' .v V Q fm Q Y 0 1 I f 3 , ' . A sv ' ' 'J 1' df' Sw Q Aw ,VH xy. M ' S If UQ ,g Q 1 . 55- ' n 2 S sg f??,u?9?1 0 lx- W . 5 .Q, a , A x A lb 1 w., ,fr +11 Q -- A.. --. gi.: A w M, 'N H , , . ' 3,3551 , ., 'Y s ? i-:.5'1 't, -- 9' . Jr x , 'Q A 1 L , 'vm :fix 4--1, ,. . . i -'fr-1 fl mg- p.-14 ,. '- las 5 2,ig.,' 3: ggi f if W , W-F M .qi gi V . ,.l4 .. :-1, Q- 'f 1 ,.,,. 4-11-2- .- . ., Q , V ? Beauty is a many-faced jewel which can be seen in many ways . . . the glow of a spontaneous smiley soft, shining hairy a gestureg a sincere tear . . . This section contains glimpses of some of the beauties at MSC- the features 69 SHIELD QUEEN SEMI-EINALISTS Seated, Left to Right: Sandi Stinson, Kay Poindexter, Karen Bryant, Judy Thomas, and Judy Bailey. Standing: Joy Fentress, Andrea Sykes, Joanne Russell, Patsy Hendon, and Sharon Myers. 70 SHIELD Q EE FINALISTS PATSY HENDON JOY FENTRESS ' ,ff KAY POIN DEXTER SANDI STINSON H86 V ' SQ. . ' . , X , ., M , H, xt V uw H uw N ,n fl 71 Vw: H u 'HH JUDY BAILEY 1 1 'QM .A 5r:- .Fry ,li ' iss aly fpoindexfer A petite brunette with a fetching smile Was se- lected 1965 SHIELD Queen. This year's Queen was chosen by a panel of judges on campus. Kay is a freshman, majoring in medical technology. She is from Russellville, Kentucky, and is a member of Beta Beta Beta, honorary biology fraternity. u l V. Fai J E.. Q. so :sw rv: uw iz . Wt., V ,. - Ml tn, SHIELD Q EE M Gr- .w wx 6' 55 " W .M M AMJYCQ S3425 Andrea Sykes, popular and vivacious, typifies the American college coed. During three years at MSC, Andrea has won many honors and distinc- tions and it is appropriate that she has won the deserved honor of being named Miss MSC. She was elected by a popular vote of the student body from a list of coeds nominated by campus organizations. HGMECOMING QUEEN TRUDY RUSSELL Jack . . A is ' ,af - u4sgwiQg?gfi,X"'i1 H,Q,! ss , Q "1 H1 "'- "gi Wwvfl 5 in u Ilf "1gQ3Q.:i-2 G51 Y 2597- fa WV . V H, w 1,551 f 51 ltr xx X ,, S is 2: I J 1 , ,,,. my 'fmsixf :lg M wwifmfw . w www,-i,W,, Wi SRM? 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" Y fi'-" xl. 171' ,Q P" ' ""--:ti 1,2959-'Q ff ' 'x Ev N AN GOHEEN Paducah, Ky. IDE FRESI-IMAN GIRL CAMPUS F VORITES JUDY THOMAS cr J HENRIETTA DAVIS KAREN BRYANT W1,,QsiQEEgggg..gg.."..gg.. gQgw'll".." JILL BURKEL SANDI STINSON JOY FENTRESS 80 PENNY LESTER M N N CAMPU DICK HABERMEL 3- MAC ANDERSON BOB MCGAUGHEY WAYNE COOKSEY 1 - ,MO e ,, was-wr-Tim" ' K3 PAT BROWN JIM JOHNSON BILL MURPHY JOHN BURRUS i H ,nv , i- Quang "stuar- il . 6WM,,M291W 'Qi , Q Q 1 1 I L W s 'Sam Pa'- .1 e w 5 e x 19 fl' X The capable leader is one who understands the needs of those he leads and who functions productively within the limitations placed upon him and within the values he has placed upon himself. Leadership is an important part of college life. It contributes to individual growth and to the enhancement of the school. The student who takes an active part in serving the student body and the college in a leadership capacity, however small, may glean invaluable experience. 4 the leadership 83 A joke seems to dominate the scene as meeting gets underway. STUDE T COUNCIL The governing body of the Student Organization of Murray State College is the Student Council. Council members are elected annually to act as intermediaries between the administration and its student body. Through the functioning of several standing committees, the Student Council oversees campus elections, campus beautification, student complaints and the representa- tive in the Mountain Laurel contest. General oflicers of the Student Council for the 1964-65 school year were: Bob Carey, presidentg Larry McIntosh, vice president, Andrea Sykes, secretaryg and Joe Owen, treasurer. Founded in 1936, the Student Council has efficiently served the students of Murray.State College. 34 BOB CAREY Student Organization President the Student Council Judicial committeemen Bill Cunningham and Bob Carey post a sign which tells of the judicial board rally. M It N l ION ASN. Mlblfl 2, NU X in BY U11 QSDNX H' i MXH 'X I-g wo'PP'X lN mi Axim womuvw, 9-,J fix Y- L-,J Dick Habermel and Mike Reid of the Student Complaint Com- mittee chat with Mrs. A. L. Hough, dietitian, concerning variety in the cafeteria meals. Xzxqxwgf ff. f L-, .ffl' 'S The placing of waste receptacles at strategic locations on campus was spearheaded by Mac Anderson and Bill Cunningham of Committee A. The Student Council for the 1964-65 school year. One of the busiest yet most personable coeds on the MSC campus is the Student Council secretary, Andrea Sykes. '71 1 f f' HM 'XX .. J ,I WHO, WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES LARRY BINGHAM DONNA ALDERDICE S'C ' Physics and Mathematics Mu 1 Education ,..m.....,Tr., NANCY BROOKS Biology and Chemistry BETTY BROWN Business Education :ff -11 'T :s ' LSIJQ-V - rp:a9:x,5,,"H M fqgyigggfsq H ,N M ..,,. . Tw. i f J l 'fu H.- tn Wi.. 3- PAT BROWN, JR. CAROLE "PENNY" CATLEY WILLIAM COLLIE CAROLYNN CONYER Biology Physical Education English and History Elementary Education -K 1-if at H H Qmiif Hwgggg-l:.1E?5 ,, .fr .H Img gi- f ,M , W5 1 L sg A sw A SAMUEL CORYELL MICHAEL DUGAN JANE HALL Music History Business Education HARRY HAMILTON SAM HARDY JOYCE HARGIS Chemistry and Mathematics Elementary Education Chemistry and Mathematics JERRY HENDON WILMA HOOK JOHN HUSTON 1 and Mathematics English Mathematics 99" IU' ,sci , , 37 ,WH .sf . , Z , s Z 5 ' DH? M X ,Kf ':w!ii w 'M :mm tin? M 5. 5.4 JERRY KINGTON PENNY LESTER SUE MAYS ROBERT MQGAUGHEY Business Administration Elementary Education Elementary Education Higtgry i WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES fiws is Yr: WILLIS OLIVER JUDITH RAMAGE Physics and Mathematics Business Administration JAMES RAMAGE CHARLES SHIELDS History Biology and Chemistry 88 Ai vg,:2,3p , , :gi- ii 75 fbi!- 'ii , 5, QED if in wi Qui M 1 RONALD SMITH BRENDA SUTTON JOYCE TITSWORTH Physics and Mathematics Chemistry Business Administration rv M EN - i li:-9 wth-- HOWARD TROUTMAN Art JUDY UTLEY Home Economics CAROL WOLFE Music Education JEAN WALKER Home Economics LARRY D. WYATT Music Education ANTHONY YOUNG Agriculture iff? THE 1965 l-HELD Putting out the 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 really 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 cooperation of the whole staff that we manage to meet our deadlines. The patience and guidance of Mr. Anderson, the faculty advisor, helps to make the labor more bearable. Working for the SHIELD is far from all toil and pain. The staff gains imrneasurably in personal and coopera- tive accomplishment and can take justified pride in the finished product. Gathered around the yearbook cover are Aloma Williams, Tom Taylor, Waynette Doran, and Frances Armstrong. V X 4 I 'Q .la V gi ,Q A , jig . ga , 15,54 of Zia? sa an , W J' ll ............ ..,........,,,g..,....1Y,.- - X as i. ' w w .221 THR as 21 if PAT BROWN Editor STAFF PAT BROWN .....,. .......... .,..,....,...... Ed i tor JERRY KINGTON ....... . . . ...... Business Manager RALPH BURCHETT ...... ...,......,..,. A ssistant Editor HAROLD SHOEMAKER .,..,..,,. Assistant Business Manager ALOMA WILLIAMS and TOM TAYLOR ............., Features FRANCES ARMSTRONG, WAYNETTE DORAN ...... Faculty and Administration JUDY WILLEN and KAREN ERICKSON ...,.... Organizations MARY TAYLOR and DANA DYCUS . .. ....... Classes ED TROTTER .,...,...........,..... ........ s ports CAROL KIRCHNER ........,. .Copy CODY JONES .... , ...,....... Photographer DAVE AYCOCK .,.................... Assistant Photographer MELINDA NEWCOMER YVONNE TROTTER SHARON MYERS ......,....................... ..... T ypists JERRY KINGTON RALPH BURCHETT HAROLD SHOEMAKER Business Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager sais -xv- Preliminary work on the yearbook is cerrtered around the conference with Mr. John T. Benson of Benson Printing Company during the'sum- mer months. Hamming it up for the editor's camera is Photographer Cody Jones and Sports Editor Ed. Trotter. N 91 Adding a sometimes-needed sparkle to the SHIELD staff meetings were fstandingj Mary Taylor, Melinda Newcomer, and Sharon Myersg Cseatedj Karen Erickson, Yvonne Trot- ter, and Dana Dycus. -iff 1 Of ' Q5 y T ' , gg, MR. VERNON ANDERSON Faculty Advisor 9g,,..,..,. CHUCK BACCUS BOB McGAUGHEY Editor Business Manager THE COLLEGE NEWS STAFF-Seated, Left to Right: Hugh Barksdale, Jerry Heinzman, Cookie Holt, Marilyn Allen, Shirley Henson, Chuck Baccus, Bob McGaughey, Ed Trotter Ann Harris, and Yvonne Terry. Second Row, Standing: Annette Jamar, Jan Mayes, Harriet Baldridge, Steve Story, Carol Harmon, Betty Magnus, Beth Cole, Donna Warner, JoAnn Fore, Donna Vaudrin, Flavous Statham, and Gene Murray. Back Row, Standing: Norris Grissom, Ron Beshear, Gary Thomas, and Chuck Dziedzic. COLLEGE EWS The College News is the official weekly newspaper of the college. Its purpose is to incorporate current actions, attitudes, achievements, and ideas' of MSC into a con- cise and factual report. Since 1926 The College News has been serving the college community in this eilicient capacity. The College News is written and edited by journalism students and is supervised by Professor L. H. Edmondson. Practical experience in the newspaper media is provided by The College News for students interested in journalistic careers. l 1 Q W E 4 . w Editor Chuck Baccus and Mr. L. H. Edmondson, advisor, look over a story for the next edition. Heading The College News sports staff are Ed Trotter and Bob Whitton, who are assisted by Chuck Dziedzic. l 93 SPURTQ Busily planning layouts are news editor Cookie Holt, feature editor Marilyn Allen, and women's editor Jan Mayes. Checking off completed stories are news editors Jerry Heinzman and Shirley Henson. -"NS--rw? . , at J .M -wwf F ' ggi, ..ttrr i f M M- eell it r I e-.ix -8,54 ii' Business Manager Bob McGaughey points out recent rate changes to Steve Story and Advertising Manager Hugh Barksdale. ,I Z'iEE'qm .Jw will 'Z fmiiftfi. .fzifm-3.21: A ' X Setaed,'Left to Right: Joy Butler, Betsy Maddox, Paula Treadwell, Anna Sue Greenwood. Standing: Mrs. Virginia Slattery, Linda Faye Edwards, Dana Dycus, Mrs. Willena Tillman. WELL HALL COUNCIL BETSY MADDOX ......,............ JOY BUTLER ......,... . . PAULA TREADWELL ....... ANNA SUE GREENWOOD .... .. . . . . , .President . .Vice President . . . . .Secretary .. . . . . .Treasurer DANA DYCUS Social Chairman LINDA EDWARDS ........... .... S ocial Chairman MRS. WILLENA TILLMAN ..... ...... H ouse Director MRS. VIRGINIA SLATTERY .,... .... MISS PATSY ROWLAND .... ..., The Wells Ha11I'Council, governing .House Director .House Director body of the dormitory, attempts to provide an atmosphere as con- genial and beneficial for the girls as possible. The main social event sponsored by the council is the "Old South" open house. ELAINE PERRY CAROL ESTES .... . . . DIANA LYNN . . . JOAN NIX ,....,.,..... . . . CAROLYN CONYER ..,,. .... MYRA MATHENEY ,.,..... ..... MRS. MARY FRAHLICH .... . . . MRS. VELVA WORKMAN .... . . . . . . . . . .President . .Vice President . . . . . .Secretary . . . . . . .Treasurer . Social Chairman Social Chairman .House Director .House Director The Woods Hall Council serves as the governing body for one of the women's dormitories. The council strives to provide a united and congenial atmosphere so the girls will have a more pleasant place to live. The council sponsors various activities throughout the year, such as dorm parties, teas, the annual Christ- mas Open House, and the Christmas party at which the "Ideal Freshman Girl" is presented. OODS H LL COUNCIL Seated, Left to Right: Joan Nix, Elaine Perry, Diana Lynn. Stamimg Carol Estes, Carolyn Conyer, Myra Matheney. - . L 95 me ' 1:5525 U1 Seated, Left to Right: Dana Rose Vaughn, Nina Gregory, Jo Anne Russell. Standing: Mrs. Inez Claxton, Cheryl Sweet, Marlene Barrow, and Kay Adams. OFFICERS NINA GREGORY .............,...... ,......, P resident JO ANNE RUSSELL ...., .... V ice President DANA ROSE VAUGHN .... ...... S ecretary MARLENE BARROW .... ......... T reasurer KAY ADAMS ....... .... S ocial Chairman CHERYL SWEET ...,.. .... S ocial Chairman MRS. INEZ CLAXTON ..,.. House Director The Ordway Hall Council is the governing body of the dormitory and strives to create a more unified and homelike atmosphere among the girls. It plans and sponsors events of interest and enjoy- ment to all the girls such as homecoming iioat, Hallo- ween party, Christmas party, at which time the "Ideal Freshman Girl" is presented, open house in March, and other such activities. ORDWAY H LL COUNCIL 9 ELIZABETH H LL COUNCIL OFFICERS CAROL HAWBECKER ,...,..... ...,. JOANNA JONES ...... HILDA ASHLEY .... BETTY BROWN .... SUSAN SWEENEY .... MRS. MARY BARRY . . . MRS. EXIE HILL . . . . . . , . . .President . .Vice President . . . . .Secretary . . , . . . .Treasurer Social Chairman .House Director .House Director The Elizabeth Hall Council serves as the governing body for the newest girls' dormitory on campus. The council strives to provide a pleasant, congenial, and united environment for the girls living in this dormitory. The council sponsors many functions throughout the year, such as dorm parties, teas, Christmas Party, etc. Left to Right: Carol Hawbecker, Susan Sweeney, Hilda Ashley, Betty Brown 3 1 97 ROBERT COLLINS Head Counselor gi MICHAEL MARTIN MR. NORMAN LANE House Director ish -' 3-iu,f' DAVID MILLER WILLIAM MURPHY WALTER STEFANSKI THOMAS WRIGHT ll The Clark Hall Council is the governing body of Clark Hall. It makes the rules and determines the policies of the men's dormitory. The Council works under the supervision of the House Director, Norman Lane. They furnish leadership in conforming to regu- lations, and seek to promote the best interests of the residents. Clark Hall represents a dignified student residence for gentlemen. CLARK H LL COUNCIL 98 SPRI GER H LL CGUNCIL Springer Hall, Murray State's newest and most mod- ern rnen's residence hall, was named in honor of Mr O. B. Springer, a member of the Board of Regents. The Springer Hall Council consists of seven conipe tent young men under the direction of the House Di- rector, Bill Wells. The Council strives to make the hall an orderly and 312 residents to live and study. always available to help anyone friendly place for its The counselors are who needs assistance at any time. ,,.all,, WAYNE COOKSEY MR- BU-,L WELLS Head Counselor House Director TIM BRESNAHAN JIM CARRICO LARRY GIRE CHARLES POWELL TIM MILLER gift ' sz? Y ' W 5 39 w N 3-S H, 351 . , , Q W M Wi" ,V l' :sf Q, M W rrrl 99 it ia S si, ,,, in BILL HENDRIX RICK WYNKOOP RON DETRICK TED DUCK A i ,Q L. fifigfs A. ,1i1ge-ii' QJQQKSQM H 1-fflilvzn f w ww :': V W . 1' A K E " I 'E M 'xg -Q' ji V yn, .,,. -A ,H f 1. Qi' - I E L v W-47 -J" gf,-35 .rj-' L'fl!.LnQ,f' WILLIAM PRICE House Director BOB KINCHELOE Head Counselor ' Murray S-tate College's largest and finest men's dormi- tory was opened in September, 1962. It is named for Mr. Hollis C. Franklin, a distinguished past member of the Board of Regents. It is the purpose of the Franklin Hall Counselors to promote an environment of orderly and congenial liv- ing, and an atmosphere conducive to study. Franklin Hall has eight well-equipped study rooms and adequate recreational facilities and equipment for all of its330 residents. PRANKLI HALL COUNCIL IOO RICHMO D H LL COUNCIL The Richrnond Hall Council consists of six student counselors and the director, Mr. Douglas C. Harris. The council is selected on leadership, scholarship, and gentility qualities. The council works tirelessly to create an orderly, yet warm and friendly, atmosphere condusive to study. Residents are encouraged to seek their assistance. JAMES ERICKSON Head Counselor STANLEY DULIN JIM JOHNSON MIKE MOSS RONALD NEWCOMER We -2 YU-Qu, is -Q' 1 4 Q . 1.1 .5 -fr -54, A-. eff qv-:N h. is , - g- I , K ff fzsf. N 'TM 'y ff' f5'45 . K .M w 'Iag- 1 ,I W., .4 ff? , P , I . 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A 2 .4 . fig, I ' X ,V ,,.., ls' in X ix I' Q' I .L f Q1 rf - '11 ww i vs .A if 5 ,, 'fe N w w .f-5' L ga as '-H Q2 ' -1, ,I wfv:.',, . iii? .f T , z 'fb . ffl I 'Hg Q. 2' ' .Y-1 '1' I V K .yn f o fi , , 'Iii 1, I ' QL 14, 2, L' ?'?3'-4 -fy d f x I ,Ni ' -.. gl V , . ,. , WL Departmental and church-affiliated organizations fraternities and sororities-and numerous honor groups form an important phase of college life These organizations aid in the development of closer ties between students of similar interests-they create multiple opportunities for social activity-they provide for the making of life-long friendships-and they allow students to gain worthwhile experience in the academic as well as in the social world through active group participation ill . ,nl I F w it ' im: 1 I 'v , Q V , , r 3' A 2 f ' P 1 , V 1 ' . I kt thc organizations v W - -- ,WV F-., WWW, Y ,wen E 1 i . .,LN - ,, X 1 .,,, L a --...a f -gg .,.... A, Maj? ...-..- . y QL -,,, , MARILYN DUGAN President S- 0-w Hn.. i. FRANCES WILLIAMS VIRGINIA MAHAN Vice President Secretary-Treasurer at ANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Murray State Panhellenic Council regulates and governs the three national sororities on campus. The Council has three main functions: to promote desirable inter-sorority relations, to inform indepen- dents on campus of the activities of the sororities, and to make and enforce rushing rules. Panhellenic Council's high ideals are expressed clearly in the Panhellenic Creed which states: "We, the fraternity undergraduate members, stand for whole- hearted cooperation with our college's ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards and serving to the best of our ability our college community. Good college citizenship in the larger world of alumnae is the ideal that shall guide our chapter activities." In the spring of 1961, a Junior Panhellenic Council was established. It is composed of members of the pledge classes of the sororities, and works closely with the Senior Panhellenic Council in teaching incoming active members the true spirit of Panhellenism. First Row: Sylvia Clark, Waynette Doran, Dianne Dowdy, Sandra Dugal, Beverly Fleming. Second Row: Ann Hendon, Penny Les- ter, Joan McGinness, Linda Sharp, Judy Thomas. ,, 11,11--We . f ' I tial" I . , . Q kv? 'lf' ?K Qs. l TER-PR TER ITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council is the supervisory and governing body of all men's social fraternities at Murray State College. The primary purpose of the Council is' the establish- ment and administration of rules governing rushing, pledging, and general deportrnent of social fraternities. The IFC also sponsers Greek Weekend which is held in the Spring of each year for the general enjoyment of all the social Greeks on campus. First Row: Charles Sens, John Wadsworth, Bob Legow, Charles Hines, George Gowin. Second Row: William Keown, Paul Green- well, Terry Tippin, James Brien, Eddy Hunt .L FW" Y 7 7 BOURKE MANTLE President 'F fir- .A-5.3, 472' .fl CHARLES ELDRIDGE JOHN BURRUS BILL BRYAN CHUCK HORNUNG Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sgt. at Arms 3 C' i I 4:-5 105 JUDY THOMAS si Pre dent Je J 2 J W W :-: 1 I - ' H' , ..,.- 4j,,V3,,. H, w e if C W ff Qff gg, on 0 B ,i'f'f-,fyoz chem . fffa , 'g, . ' , "'m"'w"'w"w Jean McGinness and Judy Thomas look over the giant AOII songbook. - First Row: Joan McGinness, Vice Presidentg Joy Fentress, Recording Secretary. Second Row: Sue Rehm, Corresponding Secretaryg Mary Helen Green, Treasurer. vw 'swwel wx Y QE? Wow of V PZ' J l - sm J o no L.. Z 106 LPI-IA MICRO ' Pl Alpha Omicron Pi, the newest sorority at Murray State College, was installed as Delta Omega chapter September 18, 1961. The 32,000 AOPi's throughout the United States and Canada are bound together by sisterly love and common interests. Simplicity is sought as a group, and each girl seeks to develop individuality in all that she does. Alpha Omicron Pi was founded in 1897 at Barnard College of Columbia University in New York. Membership in Alpha Omicron Pi personifies a lifetime experience in friendship. AOPi offers its contribution to world good through the nationally known Frontier Nursing Service which serves people in the remote mountain regions of Kentucky. Locally, Delta Omega Chapter has contributed to charity drives, worked in civic projects, has done a great deal for the children at the Para- dise Friendly Home. This fall the sorority made it possible for them to go to the zoo in Evansville, Indiana, holidays are also remembered such as birthdays and Christmas. Instead of limiting friendship and interests, Alpha Omicron Pi seeks to enlarge them by encouraging participation in college and fraternal affairs. Activities such as the annual Red Rose Ball, The Parents' Banquet, Founder's Day celebration, Backboard Ball, Spring Roundup, picnics to the lake, and intramurals contribute a diversified background to each AOPi. A Lake Outing and Senior-Send-OH brings the school year to a close, however, graduation does not mean that membership has ended. It signifies an entry into a broader field of opportunity with thousands of other AOPi alumnae. Being a sister in Alpha Omicron Pi is a never-ending experience, being a part of a congenial and compatible group, a widening circle. The Spring Pledge Class' of Alpha Omicron Pi. "'0 0 '1E Im? GU ! Q 'Q 'SAX Q 1 gg? lj , g . 7Q v vaf Q 9 96 The sorority's trophies are efficiently cleaned by three congenial AOII's. L ' H ww "WM N X I!!- ,V 1 g I 'EEQEN f 1 Kuff ,M H. , kfwkjg 5 111,11 W iq' M1 H H saggy ,S Sim i L qigikg a Z 4 7' Y' A .,.i.,,. , - E5 mc, 3325 1 H X S algal L Si? semi QM J a view, . ff: A i5?:s:f.:.: -- - " 'iff' Q , , .1 108 N , ,W , I 1 'E Wm Q 3x 5:55 5 ,A ,A ,i H 1 wx 4 X ' Nw! " ' w w H R -' by w ' 5 X 4, .W 1 ,mf H gm Ngfifih' ALPHA CMICRON Pl First Row: Jill Burkel, Elizabeth Britt, Barbara Bullard, Judy Cunningham. Carol Ann Davis, Marilyn Dugan, Linda Durham. Second Row: Sheri Elliott, Carol Estes, Pamela Estes, Emily Glass, Carolyn Graddy. Third Row: Ann Hendon, Joleen Heibert, Billie Henson, Laura Holt, Sara Hughes, Rita Johnson, Susan Kaufman, Lois Kemp. Fourth Row: Sally Kennedy, Carolyn King, Cordelia Larson, Andrea Lassiter, Bettye Litch- field, J ennye Long, Myra Matheney. Fifth Row: Marian Mattingly, Cathy Morgan, Janet Motheral, Nancy Nash, Patty Paschall, Martha Phillips, Norma Poynter, Susan Proctor, Kay Rhoads, Sarah Satfold. Sixth Row: Linda Sharp, Sarah Shuff, Anne Simpson, Patricia Ann Spann, Sandra Stinson, Brenda Sutton, Mary Taylor, Kay Walker, Peggy Walker, Dianne Wallace, Susie Whitaker, Anita Wray. ER 109 WAYNETTE DORAN President Alpha Sigma Alpha members glance through the rush display which is set up in their sorority room. V' First Row: Frances Williams, Vice Presidentg Judith Simpson, Secretaryg Frances Arm- strong, Treasurer. Second Row: Wilma Hook, Editorg Beverly Fleming, Membership Director. V if ra X . w 'si so 110 LPH SIGMA ALPHA Alpha Sigma Alpha, founded in 1901 at Longwood College, Farmville, Vir- ginia, installed Beta Nu Chapter at Murray State College in 1946. "Aspire, Seek Attain," the motto, best describes the ideals of the sorority. The fourfold aim is to establish a Sisterhood which will contribute to the development of each of its members in the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual aspects of life. A The national philanthropic project is aid to exceptional children. This is accomplished through the giving of scholarships for study in this field and personal work done by all of the chapters throughout the United States. Beta Nu works with exceptional children in Murray. Classes are located in Austin and Robertson Elementary schools. Aiding in hand work, class projects, and serving as homeroom mothers by giving parties at Christmas, Valentine Day, and Easter are a few of the activities Beta Nu undertakes each year. This project helps each member to live up to the cardinal principal of Alpha Sigma Alpha--"to serve-not to be served." A few of Beta Nu's traditional activities include the Harvest Ball, Mistletoe Ball, Bermuda Blast, weekends at the Lake, and Senior Send-Off. By working and serving together, Alpha Sigma A1pha's have found that sorority membership develops each one of them in many different aspects of life and adds much to their college days. The Spring Pledge Class of Alpha Sigma Alpha. - v, ,-vv14ur-m.1zxn :.. ' lun 3- s :w:l nr xg -in 1,-1- vi x ,Lf-0 f ' l I "fe Q AA Q -fa-ff l' Alpha Sigma Alpha members sponsor a Christmas party for the exceptional chil- dren of Calloway county. V N 11 1 Ji: 1 . .gee L 3 ,J if 11:-1 1 ,M QS 41 FSEEE, 1, .,,,. uf, 1' mf 219 11 1. F1 55- ':. Q41 sais: Wifi, , 1359? W1 1 ,M Y . 1, fel- ,QHY1 1 15532112 ' 1 -,,.- 1 1 ' 1. 15215K 2, 1 'Wh 11 1 Q11 1 1 111 w1 NS - 1 111 1 c VW, 45: 53" Evff 1 vm ' aaiesefif 11 "Eglin 5: . 1 117. 'rI1!- 122451 . A Q .,.Y - ,..:,.qf 5 1 1. 1 " 1-141-- 3 1,1 A 1 1. 11315111 1: wi gf 135655 . N51 se R. ' '1 ,Mix 1 wig 1111 1 S 2 ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA First Row: Roberta Lee Boyd, Janice Broadbent, Sylvia Clark, Mary Dempsey, Pat Douglas, Carolyn Fresen. Second Row: Ruth Fulkerson, Donna Gillam, Sue Greenwood, Phyllis Goheen, Charlotte Heina. Third Row: U Mary Kay Henry, Judy Hubble, Jean Huffaker, Glenda Jones, Pat Jones, Marilyn Lovett. Fourth Row: Benita Preston, Nancy Roberts, Nancy Shaw, Jennifer Steigner, Linda Vaughn, Diane White, Sue White, Ginalee Wyatt. 552 Q 113 ea PENNY LESTER President Le new Lf, Q. 5 Ew"11fM an . 4 ,si M, We F av N Ag Y 5-Wese.,. 74,54 1 ::Q xi "lin .ii TSTANDING CHAPTER" of Sigma P n Lester this year's president, turns the "OU en y , Sigma Sigma over to newly elected President Sandy Harris. aI'9I1 First Row: Dianne Dowdy, Vice Presidentg Sonia Oczypok, Recording Secrejaryg K ' t . Second Row: Brenda Smith, Treasurerg Andrea Bryant, Corresponding Secre ary Sykes, Keeper of Grades. V ,, .. sas fig WSH Q Wu, was 'iii ,gs-fa ew Ee : Z 'ff -.N iw is 5 F ga xx :gg gi w, f, U , an ' ' Vin nw in . mx :ax X m na ax :iff A s S s 51 ' : 5, R H 3 W m .. t N um M H E ' new . w 5 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA A Tri-Sigma girl symbolizes sorority. She smiles, and in the Warmth of this smile one sees friendship, love, and Sisterhood. This sisterhood began April 20, 1898, at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. Belonging to Tri- Sigma adds to the purpose and happiness of college years, for each member learns the true meaning of giving, loving, and sharing. Tri-Sigma spirit shines through the eyes of every girl who is a member of the Alpha Chi chapter, installed at Murray State in 1942. The national social service work of the sorority has long been centered around "Tri-Sigma Serves Children." Alpha Chi chapter sponsors an annual Christmas party for underprivileged children and also provides a local family with food and clothing each year. Tri-Sigma members aim to contribute to college activities and do so through sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins Dance, the Valentine Dance, and Winter Won- derland. Each year Tri-Sigma observes Founder's Day with a banquet and a closed formal dance in April. At the end of the school year, Tri-Sigma says good-bye to the senior members at Senior Send-off. This is not the end of membership, but the beginning of a new life as an alumna. The Tri-Sigma membership and friend- ship last forever. The Spring Pledge Class of Sigma Sigma Sigma. K9 9 ', Sf G12 99 a , ,Q S" Q 9K LL., E El , , 9 AQ , The Tri-Sigma sorority room bursts with enthusiasm as committee members meet before the regular meeting. 9- iv f' 5:43. K ,. .4 ,, , ' ' VV' :m 'L Q. Qs 'Us-Y , ,,.. .,-K .ng x wx 10? Nur' . iQ' , ...4 II 17A 'fur 'va--I ,ga X N 2,31 KS- x 'Ig 3? My "kk 6' fa 'Y' '51 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA First Row: Susan Adams, Donna Alderdice, Maxine Bennett, Linda Bucy, Judy Camfleld, Penny C'atley, Carolyn Childers Peck. Second Row: Carolynn Conyer, Gayle Daniel, Henrietta Davis, S-andy Dugal. Third Row: Carolyn Durden, Eleanor Fergerson, Annie Futrell, Mary Futrell, Margaret Giles, Judy Goodwin, Janie Hall, Vicki Harmon. Fowrth Row: Sandy Harris, Pat Herrington, Linda Housley, Randa Johnson, Martha Dean Kelly, Janet Landolt, Mary Beth McCants. Fifth Row: Virginia Mahan, Diane Marshall, Donna Morgan, Jean Morris, Marilyn Moyer, Nancy Northern, Sharon Poore, Pat Rankin, Patti Reid. Sixth Row: Linda Marine Roberts, Diane Satterfield, Mary Ann Simpson, Sarah Smedley, Nancy Gregory Sommer, Pat Tichenor, Dana Rose Vaughn, Anne Vinson, Vicki Wallace, Peggy Weeks, Nancy Williams, Katie Wright. fi. 117 The scrapbook seems to dominate the scene in the AGR House. il Q" im' ,119 N W ' ' Z I j T? 71 1 1:15 sl 1 31 :L In - ' N " M" V iiri , N 'H , igjeljii M m: James Kirk Vice President, David Kimbell, Secretary, David Levin, Treasurer, Arlie Scott, Advisor. 11 if, HAMP BROOKS President First Row: Ronald Bartlebaugh, Luther Buterbaugh, Dennis Cox, Jerry Corners, Lee Correll, Jeff Cralle, Robert Cross, Jack Foley, George Gowin. Second Row: Ben Guyot, Danny Harrison, James Haynes, Danny Heltsley, David Howell, Joe Howell, Doug Jones. Third Row: Kenneth Keown, Vergil Kimmel, Charles Klaber, Bourke Mantle, Harvey Oglesby, Larry Phelps, Phil Rudolph, Henry Smith, Don Spicer, Jack Vaughn, Buddy Winstch, Dan Winters. o i ' iii P E F I 'Q I 1 , LPHA AMMA Rl-IO Alpha Gamma Rho is a social fraternity which was founded in 1908 at Ohio State University. The Alpha Gamma Rho Colony at Murray State was activated on November 25, 1959. Our fraternity's ideals are embodied in a single word, "Fraternalism." We are not born with an instinct to cooperate with and work for our neighborsg greed and self-interest are far more primitive and much deeper ingrained. Man's advancements, slow as they have been, have come about largely as the results of his realization of the brotherhood of man. We of Alpha Gamma Rho firmly believe that Fraternalism does mean brotherhood. We think of our fraternity not as a club, but rather as a group of dedicated individuals striving together to bind ourselves with ties of sincere and enduring brotherhoodg to bring out the best qualities in one another by precept, example, and friendly criticising to lend one another every honorable means of assistance and encouragement through life. ur.-. .-v clara: .-J A. . . JUDY COPELAND Sweetheart PAT BROWN President f T' iii 49: Tommy Steele, Tennessee Smith, and Charlie Pryor prepare to fire the ATO cannon which is traditional at home football games. First Row: Joe Swift, Vice Presidentg Wayne Cooksey, Treasurerg Joe Estes, Historiang Mike Vaughan, Secretary. Second Row: Tom Madison, Sentinelg Jack Haskins, Usherg Mr. Robert Jones, Faculty Advisor. 'Q' 110 LPI-I TAU OMEG Alpha Tau Omega, one of the oldest and largest of college fraternities, was founded September 11, 1865, at Virginia Military Institute in hopes of helping to mend the wounds of a war-torn nation through the ties of brotherhood. The Fraternity has grown steadily until today it boasts 123 chapters with over 89,000 initiates. But mere statistics do not portray the true pictures of Alpha Tau Omega. That outlook which the three men who founded ATO had has come down through its 100 years until today it is reflected in the undying love of brother for brother which is not enjoyed just during undergraduate days and forgotten after college. With a philosophy based on Christianity, Alpha Tau Omega embraces a brotherhood within its chapter halls which will last for life. "To bind men together 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 . . . these were the thoughts and hopes uppermost in the minds of the founders of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity." Alpha Tau Omega came to the Murray State campus when the local Beta Tau Beta was activated as Kentucky Zeta Lambda chapter, May 9, 1959. Participating in all phases of college life from politics to athletics to social activities, ATO provides an important portion of campus life to Murray State. A.nnually the fraternity sponsors the Cannon Ball and the Toast to Spring dances. The Spring Pledge Class of Alpha Tau Omega. MTS r U CAROL HOPKINS Sweetheart 1 5 'J' K ALPHA TAU OMEGA First Row: Mac Anderson, Dave Aycock, Charles Baize, Bill Beasley, Bob Bergeson, Dick Berry, A1 Bochman, Bruce Bratcher, Tim Bresnahan. Second Row: Pat Bryan, Harold Brown, John Burrus, Jim Burton, Dave Carr, Kenton Carver, Dallas Clark, Dan Collins. Third Row: Joe Davis, Mike Dyer, Frank Emmons, Dwight Fugate, Bob Fults, Steve Gines, Dick Habermel, Ron Hall, Jay Hart. Fourth Row: Bob Hawkins, Jerry Heinzman, Tom Henry, Leonard Herbig, Tom Hines, Dave Hornback, Fergie Hunter, Rori Like. Fifth Row: Pete Looney Larry Lozowski, Bill Marsh, Jim Miller, Jim Milligan, Larry Mullen, Bill Myers, Jim Nix, Dan Oates, Denny Palmer. Sixth Row: Charles Pryor, Billie J. Rayburn, Caroll Rich, Ev Rudolph, Dan Ryan, Bob Sandlin, Augie Schiller, Charles Sens, Ken Shelton, Rich Sides, Dave Smith, Garry Smith, Steve Smith, Tom Steele. Seventh Row: Larry Stewart, Ken Stoll, Jim Story, Bill G. Stovall, John Theroux, Ed Trotter, Jim Turley, John Wadsworth, Dave Warnock, Bill West, Bill Westerfield, Larry Wiles, Terry Wilkinson, Chuck Wuertzer. 5 JIM BRIEN Fall Semester President R ROBERT LEE Spring Semester President .-ar w X, '-' 4 , W I Pi Kappa Alpha Paints the Town Red-Help Projects to aid the city of Murray and the college community play a major role in IIKA's everyday activities. First Row: Ronnie Wade, Secretaryg Steven Welborn, Chaplain. Secowd Row: Max Northern, Sgt. At Armsg Gary Johnson, Pleclgemaster. fa 114 Pl K PPA ALPH Epsilon Lambda chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was the first national fraternity chartered on a Kentucky state college campus. Our chapter was formed from the local fraternity, Tau Sigma Tau, and many outstanding Murray citizens. We were installed May 18, 1958. The past year has been a fruitful one for the Epsilon Lambda chapter. Once again the men of PiKA have shown their scholastic merit and were awarded the Dean Nash Scholarship Award. This honor has been bestowed upon PiKA four of the five years that it was presented. Our chapter was not limited tio scholastic merit alone. The Pikes also captured the all-sports trophy. This trophy is awarded to the fraternity that excels in every phase of the intramural program. The Pikes at Murray State College also contribute annually to the social life on campus. Each year we present The Royalty Ball and Neptune's Cove, each featuring a nationally known band. The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity seeks to develop those qualities of human understanding, or companionship, or kindness, with a knowledge and training in appraising the basic values of life, which lead toward a better civilization, with peace and understanding among all people. "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 snobg to be loyal to my college and to advance her good name in whatever way I am ableg to place class standing before social position, to merit the confidence and esteem of my instructors, in my private life to be pure and noblog 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." An advisor of Pi Kappa Alpha is Dean of the College William G. Nash. ,:,,,,,,,,,Lf N ,., -ff-.-..-,?...t V Y. fri- - Y -.. ' 'Eif- as . as 1 ' :H wa 4- 42, V i' i f time: -9 - fb Jil , G90 1 4? is bl L, .X PAT RANKIN Sweetheart -,nf1-f- -Qv -.. ir- N Sed? U uv -nw- li kiiwxiimf B- 6 'I'-a 'sr i ti ! Pl KAPPA ALPHA First Row: Gene Adams, Jian Adams, Richard Anderson, Bill Ayer, Lellan Barlow, Jerry Bennett, Steve Bisig, Walter Blackburn, Tom Blue Bill Bryan. Second Row: Doug Bird, Mike Cherry, Bill Clark, Bob Collins, Jerry Cruse, Allen Cunningham, Dan Cunningham, Alan Curtis. Third Row: Merrell Davis, Bernard Decker, Dave Douglas, Jerry Duncan, Ed Farmer, Fred Forsee, Les Fowler, Ernie Gibson, Ron Gibson, Mike Girard. Fourth Row: Bob Goebel, Mark Graham, Lee Green, Eddie Grogan, Bob Harry, Jim Hay, Woodie Herndon, Steve Huber, Kenny Humphries, Butch Humphries, Eddie Hunt. Fifth Row: Richard Hurt, Danny Jacobs, Sonny Jones, Larry Kaler, Danny Kelley, John Latbendresse, Ken Litchfield, Tom Maddox. Sixth Row: Mickey Martin, Bob McGaughey, Larry McIntosh, Tom Milton, Tom Morgan, BiH Murphy, Ed Murray, George Musson, Jack Newbauer, Dave Oran. Seventh Row: John Orr, Frank Passanante, Butch Proctor, Junior Reed, Charles Rice, George Roberts, Darroll Ross, Don Saunders, Joe Sayers, Ron Scruggs, George Shaw, Doug Smith, Phillip Sparks, Ben Spears. Eighth Row: Max Spillman, Ken Stadelman, George Stockton, Tom Taylor, Jim Tackett, Charlie Terret, Stewart Tolar, John Turnbow, Butch Turner, Don Weatherford, Steve Williams, James Wilson, Roy Woodward, Duke Workman, Mike Wright, Tom Zollinger. vw., MIKE DUGAN President 0 N rhrr uftllr Srrnfl EE:-man Snqflvnmrr until Zn :J :- SIGMA Cl-ll Sigma Chi was founded 110 years ago at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Today, the fraternity embraces over 100,000 members in over 140 active chapters and throughout the World. At Murray State, Sigma Chi evolved from its local chapter, founded in 1948, to the Epsilon Tau chapter of Sigma Chi in April of 1959. Through Sigma Chi, college men find expression in many areas of Greek life. Among these values are brotherhood, service, fellowship, social and extracurricular life and others. Standing today on over a century of tradition, Sigma Chi is proud of the fact that it has more alumni chapters and the highest percentage of dues-paying alumni than any other fraternity in the world. This is indicative of the spirit of brotherhood that transcends graduation and continues throughout life. Sigs in all walks of life and in every geographic location still remain active in fratenity life and work and retain the benefits of membership. A virtual giant in the Greek world, Sigma Chi offers to every college man the opportunity to strengthen and amplify the benefits of college life in order to form a future life of service and dignity. The Spring Pledge Class of Sigma Chi. 4 HENRIETTA DAVIS Sweetheart A H F? f.,-RV: A I-1-3 M,-4 --v g . v,,, WE N xi ki! l .nr Ks 5-Q in Q. , ,se IVR ,snr -5 1-sm fn- 0-4' -'M 4 x W7-ff J1"l'-lll- 'K' -.... sv.. 'ff . ,- J fir? 1 'W L 441' V431 f -yr .Ig as. ,sf MQ: iv E' i 3-.vs Gr-7-v 9- 'Vs ' ..-. 1,-, .,,, -QQ? in K 'fi' SIGMA Cl-ll First Row: Clyde Adkins, Steve Ball, Don Bell, Harvey Benneld, Billy Boyle, Dal Boyd, Bill Boone, John Bryant. Second Row: Tom Cheaney James Craig, Bill Cunningham, Frank DeSheplo, Jim Erickson, Charles Eldridge, Dickie Farrell. Third. Row: Art Fields, Sam Gardner, Steve Garrott, Tom Giannini, Bennie Goheen, Paul Greenwell, Jerry Hauselt, Gary Hammer, Bob Herron, - Fourth, Row: A Butch Hill, Ken Lamb, Pete Lancaster, Danny Lee, Jim Littlejohn, Max Mason, Herb McPherson. Fifth Row: James Meola, Charles Mitchell, Thomas Murphy, Billy Nix, Joe Owen, Tom Owen, Larry Prow, Don Rister. Sixth Row: George Shafto, Bob Sims, John Tanner, Brien Tierney, Terry Tippin, Steve Titsworth, Roger Titsworth, John Turner, Jim Wallace, Bill Wheatcroft, Chuck Wetzel, Sonny Wells, Tom Willingham. Seventh Row: Tom Winkler, Dick Wood, John Adams, Ron Detrick, Carmen Donofrio, Lance Gregory, Dean Johannes, David Lusk, Tim Miller, Ken Russell, Bob Satterfield, Ted Swinnerton, Mike Thompson, Wilson Wooley. Q Wx.. AU- Q., Three TKE members gather around the stereo to select some of thelr favorlte albums First Row: Don Fields, Vlce Presxdent Chuck Baocus Secretary Jun Vernon Treas urer. Second Row: Jim Johnson Chaplam B111 Palmer Sergeant at Arms Sam Cerverizzo, Pledgemaster QQ, 14 TAU KAPP EPSILG The college fraternity is more than a club or association. It is a cornradship based on common understanding, dominated by deep and abiding friendships, with the members studying, growing, and achieving together. It is a compact of chosen brothers with similar ideals, hopes, and purposes, furnishing the indispensable incentive which turns the college youth into the poised and self-confident man, sending him into the world not only equipped with a keener mind, greater appreciation, and broader sympathies, but fortified by a group of true and understanding friends who will abide throughout life. Tau Kappa Epsilon is like a family. Like every fraternity, TKE has its share of famous alumni, its "first" in the fraternity field, its history of progress and refinements. Of these we are proud, yet our goals are set beyond size and fame. As' Zeta Chi chapter, We at Murray State strive to reach these goals in our campus life and brotherhood. As Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, we strive to set higher goals for ourselves and our fraters to come. The fraternity magazine is the focal point of conversation for these TKE's. 'I Om ll' f KAREN BRYANT Sweetheart 1... s V S1- fxh 44" il. is-1 HG' ie. ir TAU K PP EPSILO First Row: Terry Arndt, Andrew Azzarello, Joseph Beck, Gerald Carter, Donald Cook, Thomas Corwin, Bob Cross, Don DiBello. Second Row: Larry Evans, George Fallon, Bobby Falwell, Larry Flowers, Marty Fox, James Gordon, William Greenwell. Third Row: Larry Gray, William Hackler, Tom Hinderling, Chuck Hines, Robert Hopkins, Chuck Hornung, Howard Jones, Robert Jones, Bob Kady. Fourth Rows James Kilbreth, Bill Koenecke, Gary Konczal, Walt Kopacz, Mike Kownacki, Bobby Lago, John Mason. Fifth Row: Robert Melaik, David Miller, Keith McCloud, Robert McQuady, Vincent Nappo, Joe Ostermann, Joseph Police, Bob Ray. Sixth Row: Danny Robbins, Rich Robbins, Ray Rossman, Tony Rudville, William Russell, Bruce Sandvik, David Scarpino, Tony Schmidt, Richard Serino. Seventh Row: Richard Settimo, Steve Sharber, Leonard Siatta, Robert Smith, Gene Stubbs, Bill Taylor, Bill Thomas, Steve Tricarico, Howard Troutman, James Twomey, Veto Vascassenno, Jon Watson, Steve Watson, Charles Yarbrough. CAROL WOLFE President First Row: Joyce Childers, Vice Presidentg Mary Frazier, Secretaryg Dorma Alderdice, Treasurer, Laura Cooke, Chaplain. Second Row: Judith Hodge Editor, Anne Gordon, Sergeant at Arms, Mrs. Beatrice Farrell, Sponsor. First Row: Alma Allcock, Cynthia Aplin, Jane Bledsoe, Bobbie Boyd, Darlene Brewer, Karen Bryant, Jean Bullard, Gayle Daniel. Second Row: Judith Dowdy, Emily Glass, Vicki Harmon, Karen Howard, Anna Long. Third Row: Diane Mar- shall, Jean Morris, Anne Sapp, Anne Simpson, Jeanne Steytler, Sandi Stinson, Paula Tredwell, Harrietta Wheeler, Joyce Yarbrough, Paulette Yarbrough. '55 .- Gif' fi R 2 - .C .xv A -. ,, ',,:,, . , g xr 9 X if if QM . rr 1 ' xiii? f I W X s i iid are C ' 2 1 nge. 'Tr 'Q' , , r.,, .. , I Q I TTL. q , M' U in see .P IGM LPI-IA ICT In 1903, on June 12, at the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Sigma Alpha Iota, women's professional music fraternity, was founded. It was installed on this campus on February 3, 1939, and from that time on has strived to uphold and further the cause of musical development and scholastic standards of its membership. Iota Beta participates in many of the campus and musical activities during the year, a few of them being: the sponsoring of an "All-Campus Sing"g present- ing "Campus Lights" in conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha, presenting musicals monthlyg co-sponsoring the "Festival of Contemporary Arts," and presenting, in conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha, an "All-American Concert." Every year Iota Beta Scholarships are awarded to outstanding freshman women and an annual S100 "Pop" Doyle Scholarship is awarded to an upper- class woman. As "Daughters of a Great and Singing Nation" Iota Beta has been the "Outstanding Chapter" of the province for the past several years. "To study and practice the goodness of life, the beauty of art, the meaning of music . . . This is to be our Symphony." N .n a A H . gs, . figiflpg a , AAL , ffl f X 'S' A ff .., Q o ,5, 2 2 .f L ,X Lf , , ,X I Y 5 Ii 4 LJ,-fav? 16 Arif" A scene form "Campus Lights" which is jointly produced by Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha. . I r Q 0 ' PAT FLAHERTY President ' 5 , my ,W i is fl: 3-.., First Row: Mitch Rowland, Vice President, Joe Overby, Secretary, Andrew Hutchins, Treasurer, Ron Keilholtz, Historian. Second Row: Ted Williams, Alumni Secretaryg Sanders James, Wardeng Mr. Richard Farrell, Sponsor. First Row: Barry Adams, Herbert Adams, David Babbs, John Balance, David Berry, Samuel Coryell, James Cox, William Criswell, John Darnall, Douglas Darryl Davis. Second Row: William Jerryl Davis, J erre Duncan, Howard Harkins, Allen Henson, Wesley Hoover, Richard Hopper, Joseph Jackson. Third Row: Donald Jones, Frank Krautheim, Robert Kratz, Lubie D. McDaniel, Ramon E. Pappalardo, Robert Perino, Joseph Routon, Thomas Somers, James Steely, Thomas Stewart, Donald Whitis, Larry Wyatt. 1 - im fa-- W F fb ,. 1, J sf Pl-ll Mlf ALPI-I "The Gamma Delta Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America has a fourfold purpose: To advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater." We have strived to accomplish these purposes since 1938 when we received our National Charter. For ten consecutive years, our chapter has received the Charles E, Lutton Province Merit Award, and, in 1958-1960, Gamma Delta Chapter won the Charles E. Lutton Sinfonia Award for being the most out- standing chapter in the nation. In an effort to further our purposes, Gamma Delta awards scholarships to freshman music students, and presents annually, in cooperation with Sigma Alpha Iota, the "All-American Concert" and "Campus Lights." f-4ff im' D hiiggf T , ADX jgxwllllll jx g7'4'c, tbxqm-VKX JJ NANCY PRATT Sweetheart ,-,w it .w l x ,ji EDDY BULLOCK President First Row: Robert Gable, First Vice President, Barry Roper, Second Vice President, Robert Weiss, Record- ing Secretary, James Stahler, Corresponding Secre- tary. Second Row: Phillip Putnam, Treasurer, George Stepko, Historian, Jessie Poole, Alumni Secretary, Marvin Koontz, Sergeant at Arms. Third Row: Dr. Rolf E. P. King, Chairman of Sponsorsg J. John Matthews, Sponsor. V. Y .qt , E :gi L2 1 W ' -3 .- ,W - M . 5, - E? ' - . - Q ,L .' :- V -A ,,.,,,. . . K .w av L H ,ge f 3 r ,amz . ,wif , ,' I "4 mxdyzrl, - 'PV'-t. i of 7 V., , . . wisp, W is I x x A g , Q., . S-I ' ,V:,.::n:.E: , ENE H , 'v . a y lim' gi. w , mzwm V A 1 ., 1 ' :Q r' 'X 5 if 1. u ' - Q ' , ' 'QT yr 3, f ,,2:-W. 'ii Sxgywlxi Qllnqm if Dr. E. P. King, faculty advisor, presents Eddy Bullock with the chapter charter. First Row: Barry Adams, Fred Bromborsky, Richard Burgess, John Corcoran, David Crowley, Gerald Elliot, Allan Epstein. Secorwl Row: Nash Fares, Douglas Fuqua, Tom Germain, John Juriga, Richard Kahn. Third Row: Ralph Kern, James Meenan, Jack Otterbacher David Prestup, David Russell, Jack Shepherd, Charles Van Wie, Benny Warford, Frank Watts, Jack Whalen. P13 ivdiff Kr W W LPI-IA Pl-ll MEGA With the beginning of the Fall Semester, Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, "National Service Fraternity," began its second year at the home of the Thoroughbreds. As in its first year, the fraternity kept in mind its purpose of service by continuing to serve the youth and community, the student body and faculty, the nation as participating citizens, and the members of the fraternity. This service was demonstrated in many ways: A city-wide door-to-door Clothing Drive was conducted in the Fall for the Appalachian area of the country. The fraternity instituted the Film Festival by providing a double feature program of award-winning films on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings for the student body at a modest price. It constructed a reviewing stand for the administration, parade judges, and queen candidates to view and judge the Homecoming Parade. It provided all the manpower for the student organization elections during the year, as well as providing the manpower needed by the American Red Cross in their country-wide drives. The chapter's most time-consuming project turned out to be the cleaning and polishing of the bronze entrance to the library. The fraternity closed out the fall semester by offering its first semi-formal dance, "Moods in Blue," during the month of January. What does a man get out of a fraternity with a theme of service? This is hard to answer, but at present over 80,000 men in over 350 chapters since the inception of the fraternity in 1925 at LaFayette College in Easton, Pennsyl- vania have bonded together under the inspiration of the "good turn" of the scouting movement in an attempt to develop the characteristics of leadership, friendship, and service. Q4 Y L iff, 5 l lx E r r w 'ry H 41' JPWEQQW Q A im51 ,'5XY"x'f ""?'- t Em s mlb was a K lab' 6 Q N E 'ibvtf was ur WW U BX'-X ft if , -,K ffl Q, -A Q xx' , 'N gag E, X XXX -N ylli-f x A ie, ' x ,--N ixx Q BRENDA SMITH Sweetheart Q-5,1 BETA BETA BETA Beta Beta Beta, a national honorary society for students of the biological sciences, seeks to encourage excellence in the Held of learning by reserving its membership for those who achieve superior academic records and who show special aptitude for the subject of biology. The society seeks to cultivate intel- lectual interest in the natural sciences and to promote a better appreciation of the value of biological study. Its aims are threefold: flj the stimulation of sound scholarship, f2j the dissemination of scientific truth, and Q31 the promo- tion of biological research. CHARLES SHIELDS President ' LL , S5 ii N if it :-.X Charles Eldridge, Vice Presidentg Sandy Lilly, His- l toriang Milton Brindley, Pledge Master. , "" ,' cl- 5- L First Row: Mac Anderson, Pat Brown. Second Row: Mary Driskill, Douglas Fuqua, Donna Gillam, Eddie Grogan. Third Row: Mary Mackey, Dedra Morris, Virginia Pace, James Ray, Robert Satterfield, Steve Titsworth, Roger Warren. Fourth Row: Larry Wilson, Russell Hosp, Christine Haynes, Gwenell Huiiines, Kay Poindexter, Jeffifer, 'N Riley, Betty Roberts, Sarah Smedley. Fifth Row: James Smith, Nancy Brooks, Kenneth Hirsch, Joyce Hargis, Maurice Bondurant, Phillip Sparks Richard Hurt, Donald Almond. '."'l1 q- ,E . S 'X .11 .99 " ' H if 1. ,le Qs!- l , -.A It . yn 1. -4 LN 'A ' Q as 1' X -.f I if eng sex S- W, ..,. c , f v e Sk 4--. 1 1- 0 -5 iw, -. '. - x-,Xing -z. W,-' 1 i R '-' it 'A 1- JOHN BELT President L J' , Q A 3 sam E5 , L is .: ':. I ' ,.. X P N. ' New 'fig '51 .9 -' l H ' EPSILO Pl TAU Epsilon Pi Tau is an honorary professional Industrial Arts and Vocational Industrial fraternity. It was founded by Dr. William E. Warner in 1929, at Ohio State University and the Beta Gamma Chapter was established at Murray State College in June, 1956. The purposes of Epsilon Pi Tau are to recognize the place of skillg to promote social and professional proficiencyg and to foster and reward research and to publish and use its results. Requirements for membership depend not only on high scholastic standing, but also on character and a sincere interest in Industrial Arts. V Fii .. I- if V. ws: F- ' S i ? I' 9 , sl ' FW . Charles Sens, Vice Presidentg Richard Bryan, Secretaryg Leroy Brad- iield, Treasurerg Paul K. Lynn, Co-Trustee. First Row: Bobby Edwards, Joe Estes. Second Row: William Garrard Johnson John Jones Robert Jones. Fourth Row: George Lilly Wil- liam Palmer Rodger Peterson John Porter Henry Simpson. George Gunter, Tommie Hill. Third Row: Philip Hocker, Vaughn 6' 7 Y 1 , 'R' i fm U 1'-7 I xl k rv K N ,. J rna. - Aw "7 df- SIGMA AMBDA ICT Sigma Lambda Iota, an honorary professional business fraternity, was organ- ized at Murray State College on October 10, 1957. Membership is open to all male students who are pursuing a non-teaching bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting, or general business, and who have obtained a scholastic standing of 3.0 in business subjects and a 2.5 in non-business subjects. For a student to be eligible he must have a minimum of 28 hours of credit, of which 15 hours are in business subjects. Sigma Lambda Iota is a non-affiliated organization. The objectives of this fraternity are to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields comprising business adrnini- strationg to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals thereing and to promote and advance courses and training in business administration at Murray State College. Sigma Lambda Iota signifies scholarship, leadership, and integrity. T f Steve Foust, Vice Presidentg Billy Estes, Secretary, Bob Long, Treasurer, Tim Miller, Parliamentariang and Dr. John Devine, Sponsor. First Row: Terry Amdt, Art Fields, Second Row: Louis Hardman, Bob Harry. Third Row: David Lynn, Bill Rhodes, Paul Seaton, Larry Theobald, Bill Wooten. 'Qu DELT LAMBDA ALPI-I Delta Lambda Alpha is a freshmen women's honorary fraternity, and is based upon the scholastic average of a full course of study for one semester. The grade average must be halfway between the two top grades of the insti- . tation. The organization is symbolized in the Bible, white candle, shield, and white carnation. These in turn represent purity of thought and of deed, high resolve, and accomplishments. Active membership comes in the remaining part of the freshman year and the sophomore year. NANCY WILLIAMS ,., 1 f.. President ,K l . 1 , , I px ,7 Q., BW , A l U, y Peggy Weeks, Vice President, Diane Rogers, Secretary. 'Ax '- 13- First Row: Jean Austin, Marybeth Hayes. Second Row: Jean Bullard, Sandra Cummings, Carol Ann Davis, Margaret Giles, Marian Mat- tingly. Third Row: Billie Price, Janie Roberts, Diane Satterfield, Jeanie Sowell. Brenda Tichenor. 3' Sri K . 5 i A 1, l lg ' tl A 1- Q V 1' , 1' E' ! f"S ! av- I '-'li' cf I' 2 , QSQE., H. Tx 1v 4wHvr EgQ?ii T,-njist., -,- , -1 Q , 1.57 .5 S Magi, i ii m Ei ' . EE 'ga Sf if F H. H mis:-11 w Kappa Pi, a national honorary art fraternity founded in 1911, was established to honor those students attaining excellence in scholarship and distinction for L, K. Kappa Pi was chartered on the Murray campus May 20, 1950. The purpose p of Kappa Pi is to promote art interest and appreciation among college stu- dents and to stimulate higher scholarship and quality of work. , r'r: 1 r iv, ,, l their achievements in the field of visual arts. Alpha Alpha Chi chapter of Fw .. vi.. Each year Kappa Pi, in conjunction with the art division, sponsors an art A K i ai ., 15 Q if ll r . 1 E , K E auction with all proceeds donated to the scholarship fund. Also a Christmas 1 9 , sale is' held yearly in which the individual students obtain the profits from the 1 o 1 sale of their own work. M --e-- f 3 f V- --iw-ayf,-e: - -- AH ---"' A , , , WN, K N W :La f 5 any t t , I ,Q 13 N E , W ' gy Qs nn,n ,W K gs QM ,psf , H Q X u - ""' -V Y? f H 3 'Fings wk . 3 24, ,N gg, H J, it . A V W 1 H ,A i.. m'5,ooE?x Hi, ,u,4i,,4.Q N I W , L . 2 Q Sharon Evans, Vice President, Nancy Sexton, Recording Secretary, Ruddee Rudd, Corre- sponding Secretaryg Jerry Rich, Treasurer, Pat Tichenor, Parliamentarian. First Row: Sara Dame, James Cox. Second Row: Gail Furgess, Eliza- beth Goddard, Jo Anna Jones. Third Row: Dean Johannes, Joe Overby, Burnette Sasseen, June Smith. Fourth Row: Connie Davis, Wayne Melhiser, Eunice Anderson, LaJean Wiggins, Ann Herron, Richard Jackson, Anne Harris. 2 . MIKE BOWMAN President L as-f:'flf2tlvi,,'J!,, :,,,,.:, ,., , ,,, r , -if , xc 7 W vw Y J A Y ..qw,tgN , , , ti 6 ga M s Q x H' 12:1 'll V, u 1 ,N w uw 2: .Q M vw ,Qi . ui 1 f 1' , .. ' 'P' i ,M , . :'J'i!,N, Q N X " ' 1: Y' ' ' ,szvfif if ' 51 5 , ' iw f , , 1 . nxisiissxi ii ,,., ws, u, a Q' ,I I L Q L35 ?Q5?5'Yrw1jQ ii1,.3Esf2fif?Wi , M5 1 Ummm WQEEW ms i': '- Q- , K -as KEN ZIMMERMAN President 55: M F-T. 'S YN , l : E M .fa . M L SOCK and BUSKI CLUB The Sock and Buskin drama club was founded in 1925 and is the o1deS'd organization on the campus. The purpose of the club is to create, develop, and promote interest in drama. Members gain experience both in acting and pro- duction while working on two arena productions, Children's Theatre and one-act plays which are directed by student directors. Those wishing to become members of Sock and Buskin must go through a period of apprenticeship. During this period they become familiar with different aspects of theatre. Each Spring the club holds a banquet at which awards are presented to the best actress, best actor, and outstanding participant in the club. .A P , .,V,,-.,-.,,, , 3, , 'Dx I .1 . Q Y x. 7 , ,X a ez. L A A Polly Nash, Secretaryg Gary Bell, Treasurer, Eunice Anderson, Historiang Tom Jones, Sergeant at Arms. First Row: J oy Butler, Margaret Crider. Second Row: Billy DeWeese, Gail Nance, Nina Oliphant. Third Row: Donna Phillips, Sunga Priest, Mary Smith, Patricia South, Jeanne Steytler. K PP DELTA Pl 1 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 achieve- ments as students and teachers. Kappa Delta Pi was founded March 8, 1911, and the Delta Omega Chapter was installed at Murrayon May 31, 1939. 4 5 1.. s., . I x A . I lv" R. 1 'F fb' Q 1 'if' 1 - I 5 ' l A ' ""i if ': - ' U i 1 i if 13 -'EQ . U' lr 'F '15-ff, N r 5 A up A e-P 7 .vu . , 1 l X X ,.' n Y . 'The li . Vanda Gibson, Vice President, Betty Quinn, Secretaryg Eleanor Ferger- son, Treasurerg Dr. Edward Brunner, Sponsor. First Row: Donna Alderdice, Hugh Barksdale. Second Row: Susan Cooke, Sara Dame, Gayle Daniel, Sam Hardy. Third Row: Carol Harmon, Dianne Dowdy, Frank Moore, Glenda Kesterson, Judy Roberts Padgett, James Rarnage, Johnny Rushing. Fourth Row: Vonnie Shelton, Henry Simpson, Judy Simpson, Joyce Titsworth, Dr. Donald Htuiter, Dr. Elizabeth Bell, Rubie E. Smith. Fifth Row: Dr. R. B. Parsons, Venona Rogers, Mavis McCamish, Joe Nell Ray- burn, Ben Humphreys, Dr. R. F. Alsup, Mrs. Inez Claxton, Miss Mildred Hatcher. P Y e , :E esta, 1, igllllf Y' J 'Ui 4 Q.. -rl -x ,ggi l "Lu -i""..""' -Qi! .si W, ' S S 1 L, V i 'J h e 1 2-f., ik JANE HALL President Q Q' it a 1 L- 'lib Pio EG P1 Pi Omega Pi, the national honorary fraternity for business education stu- dents, became a part of Murray State College in July, 1953, with the establish- ment of the Gamma Upsilon Chapter. Prerequisites of high scholastic standing and credit requirements are only a part of membership requirementsl The student must have a Well-rounded life, because Pi Omega Pi contributes to campus life as well as to high standards of education. This organization has entered candidates in campus contests, participated in Homecoming festivities, conducted club projects, helped needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and sent six delegates to the National Pi Omega Pi Convention in Chicago in December. Preparation of a handbook acquainting students with the Department of Business is the annual service project of Pi Omega Pi. Pi Omega Pi has as its purposes to encourage, promote, extend and create interest and scholarship in business and professional life, and to teach the ideals of service as a basis of all worthy enterprise. Tai-f 1 P' ll 4 " ,X M.. i ul, .ll m guagaqwa 5 , . , MQ' V 3 -1- ' ' W. Di' ltfti ' --M ilt - Ee 'Y X HH, ' 2 U 'tu 1 Y is Q , , is H. 4 ' Y 1 W S 5 'EL l Betty Brown, Vice Presidentg Ginger Bean, Corresponding Secretaryg Brenda Smith, Recording Secretaryg Frances Armstrong, Treasurerg Joyce Titsworth, Historian. First Row: Marvin Albin, Marlene Barrow. Second Row: Judy Bean, Ed Burton, Owen Davis. Third Row: Dianna Galloway, J ennye Long, Larry Lozowski, Mary Beth McCants. Fourth Row: Beverly Nelson, Elizabeth Owens, Sue Phillips, Susan Saunders, Vonnie Shelton, Mary Taylor, Linda Vaughn. 'x3'! 1' Q On n U 'RL A - 5, 1- ' X yi W E.: lll A li fl PP MICRO PHI P ww 1 i The Alpha Sigma chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi, national honorary home H economics fraternity, was established at Murray State College in May, 1961. Home economics majors or minors who have completed eight semester hours in home economics and have a 3.0 standing in home economics and a 2.5 'over-all standing are eligible for membership. The goals of Kappa Omicron Phi are to develop women with higher ideals of sane living, with deeper appreciation of the sanctity of the American home, and with broader social and higher intellectual and cultural attainments. Z r First Row: Linda Wells, First Vice Presidentg Judy Harris, Second Vice President, Phyllis Thompson, Recording.Secretaryg Henrietta Davis, Corresponding Secretaryg Wilma Wells, Treasurer. Second Row: Patsy Fain, Keeper of Archivesg Jeannette Walliser, Distalf Reporterg Jane Steely, Distaff Reporterg Kay Adams, Guard, Mrs. Alice Koenecke, Sponsor. I l ul il , 'OL First Row: Jeanie Abanatha. Second Row: Miss Frances Brown, Mary Frances Hayes, Judy Hodge. QC' ssl VICKI POIN DEXTER President R'- at my I KATHLEEN MAHON EY President i iii LPI-l BETA ALPH . Far at. , . " lr V. .. 1,- Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Beta Alpha was installed at Murray State College on January 17, 1953. The purposes of this fraternity are to further the profes- sional knowledge of its members, to promote fellowship, and to serve as a recruiting agency for librarians. "Books, People, Service, Life," is the fraternity motto. The official flower is the white rose, the colors are white and royal purple. "'I L , X.. .- .A , I 'ii' 5 I 551, ir S . , -'- lf gi im , 1- "Hr A. x , . U 5- as ' 5 f f 'S qc- 4 -wise' f 'M Easy Ei " ,Easy 7 . , 'I ' , f 4- k"' X- X' .11 3" Saralyn Ingram, Vice President, Roberta Ward, Recording Secretaryg Sheila Waggener, Corresponding Secretary, Sylvia Clark, Treasurer, and Mrs. Edna Darnell, Sponsor. First Row: Joyce Binford, Margaret Crider. Second Row: Wanema Gatewood, Pat Harrington, Darl Herron. Third Row: Carolyn Lamb, Jennye Long, Vilet McElroy, Brenda McKee1. Fourth Row: Donna Nunn, Danny Stelly, Terry Sternberg, Leslie Sternberg, Kay Wright. 5 , -.' s-k x, -'Y -- 'Q' 1: g X ,F J' 'T' MX! Q. , " we-er we LPI-I PHI GAMMA Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalism fraternity, was founded at Ohio Northern University in 1919. The Murray State Gamma Theta chapter was established in 1961. The purpose of Alpha Phi Gamma is to "recognize individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges and universities, to serve and promote the welfare of the college through journalism, to establish cordial relationships between students and members' of the profession, and to unite in a fraternal way congenial students interested in journalism." 11 faq ., , .au 'f X Q! ' - -it 'X 'T' Q 1: 1'-1 r- - ' ,H 5' 'L -- . ' . af i Chuck Baccus, Secretaryg Shirley Henson, Treasurerg Bob McGaughey, Bai1if'fg Mr. L. H. Edmondson, Advisor. F irst Row: Jerry Heinzman, Judy Willen. Second Row: Cheryl Berry, Sue Phillips, Carol Harmon. Third Row: Bob Whelan, Harry Rains, Pat Brown, Ed Trotter, Landine Travis. Fourth Row: Wilson Wooley, Ralph Burchett, Cookie Holt, Gene Murray, Hugh Barksda1e,'Susan Adams, Bill Bowden. ALUMN ASSOCIATIO Old students never die, they just fade away-not so with the Alumni Association members. Graduates re- tain a link with Murray State College through the Association. All active members receive The College News and all alumni publications. Along with promot- ing the interests of the college, the organization offers scholarships to outstanding high school graduates. Class reunions, as well as regular meetings, are held during Homecoming and spring graduation exercises. An Alumnus purchases his ticket for one of the Association's activi- ties. ' x 'i-:gg '-ig 2 i ,4 Alumni activities during Homecoming included a Smorgasbord for its members. I 53 Station Manager Chuck Hornung looks on as Studio Director Ev Rudolph plays a record. DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS AL HUDSON ...................,...... RAY ROSSMAN .,,.....,......,., . . . . . ,Program Director . . , .Technica.l Director BILL STEINECKE ,........ ....., ,....,....,. . . Sports Director MARY CLARK and JUDY HAYES . . . .Co-News Directors THORO GHBRED HOUR The Thoroughbred Hour is an information and serv- ice function primarily for the students of Murray State College and secondarily for the townspeople of the city of Murray. The Thoroughbred Hour serves also as a workshop for students who are interested in the field of radio broadcasting. The nightly program is produced and narrated by the staff from the studios in Wilson Hall. The Thoroughbred Hour staff is headed by the station manager with the aid of the faculty advisor. OFFICERS CHUCK HORNUNG ..,............. ...... S tation Manager . . . . . .Studio Director EV RUDOLPH ......... JIM HARRIS ........ ........... A dvisor 154 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO The Women's Athletic Association was founded to create and maintain an interest in physical recreation among women at Murray State College. The purpose of the organization is to sponsor a recreational and sports program for all Women students, to provide some co-recreational activities, to promote group spirit in athletics, and to fulfill recreational needs of the Women's student body. The Women's intramural program, a playday for high schools of this area, and the annual Water Carnival are a few of the activities which this organization sponsors. OFFICERS KATHLEEN MAHONEY ,............ ......... P resident ANN COLE .i........,.... .... V ice President ANN FUGATE ,......., ........... S ecretary JOAN SCHNEIDER ..... SHARON TAGGERT .. . .....,..... Publicity Chairman Chairman of Activity Points PHYLLIS SANDERSON .... .... C hairman of Working Points ...................Treasurer LINDA WELLS ....,........ . . . :,.f.U,,r:.:t.:,1-1: . .. ,L 4.59.1 ,I ,7 f4fM4ez2i1s , . H-ss,s4ms:S:1. K - fre5?.sf2aspq:qg2452Ws ,M ..,,,,,1,,, ,Q L -uf 'f ,gssazssug ,,,siiT,.A 6 -, V me , is is , , swim .,.. . if .LIN ' 'f:W+wJ2igsif5i,q sw.: - ez. ' vfgfxff f'-,fit 321 -- wr V u H ,st . Sw -.f, ff - A ' E v, Z' M515 A ww ' K'-' . AWST1 , if In fefilfw gsm. ,Q ga M ,.i,,.,, , ,Ki my as asm ,1 511 ,. V H usp ll-as 4 4. r. 2 1 Seated, Left to Right: Linda Wells Kathleen Mahoney, and Ann Cole. Standing: Miss Nina Graham, Phyllis Sanderson, Jean Schneider, and Sharon Taggert. MISS NITA GRAHAM .... ..............,......,. S ponsor 21 ii if I ,sf sie w riffs ei 'lit ,lf A elflfiiliilflf fa luv N .3 it 41' fwfr l ME! T Y .I ' 51? iffflfl UP, ts Eine:-'tb' 1 2 I ff: 1' of ?: ' 'Q' 25? 1 W? 1 j gl 2"' at if I5 f va Yr if 1 Ei,.L'f,I I ! . gf h IA ,R I ' ' i-N92 aw W-f , , , me fs-s .N mf' M 55131 , M, ra. AU n 55" 5512: ' fl ii e,,-sf:ss,, lun ,' WI I N 1 I 55 PHI BET LAMBDA Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization sponsored by the United Business Education Association. Membership consists of students in all fields of business. The purposes are: to further study of business and business educationg to further understandingl of the business Worldg and to work for a high standard of ethics in all fields of business. Frances Armstrong, Vice Presidentg Mary Taylor, Secretaryg Betty Brown, Treasurer, Sue White, Historian-Reporterg Chuck Wetzel, Parliamentarian. First Row: Linda Farley, Anita Burton. Second Row: Jetta Culpepper, Charlotte Benton, Tim Detrick. Third Row: A1 Wilcenski, Tom Dun- can, Wayne Cooksey, Carol Davis. Fourth Row: Jim Burton, Ken Humphreys, Judy Wilson, Paul Herron, Brenda Titsworth. Wx I 5215+-ggrffn - - f 11 3: N, Q Y., sa 232' I as ROBERT GOLDSBERRY President L- 'P' 57 L First Row: Lucinda Newcomer, Melinda Newcomer. Second Row: Dickie Paschall, Bob Knight, James Meenan, Jack Whalen, James Hall, Susan Ventrees, Carolyn Thompson, Ed Thomas, Joyce Sanders, Phyllis Dowdy, Barbara Holloway. Third Row: Peggy Watson, Kathy Reagan, Jack Shepherd, Joyce Hillebrand, Bonnie Cole, Steve Quindry, William Hendrix, Freeda Mc- Cuiston. Fourth Row: Dianna Galloway, Nace Simpson, George Shafto, John Mearns, Carmen Donofrio, Lewis McCork1e, George Musson, Bob Hawkins. Fifth Row: Donna Wilson, Sue Phillips, Marvin Albin, Don Rheinecker, Glenn Bayer, Larry Cruthcer, Dan Harelson, Jerry Hibner. Sixth Row: Larry Lozowski, Mar- shall Summers, Kenneth Thurmoncl, Ralph Kern, John Otter- bacher, Ann Ramage, William Rhodes, Judy Wallace. S.. 1 15 ASSOCIATIQ FUR Cl-HLDI-IGOD EDUCATIG Seated, Left to Right: Joy Fentress, Carolyn Fresen. Standing: Penny Lester, Ann Vincent, Nancy Williams. I OFFICERS CAROLYN FRESEN ........,....................... President JOY FENTRESS ...... ,... V . President Cliindergartenl ANN VINCENT .,.... .......... V . President CPrimaryJ MIKE VAUGHN ...... ...... V . President Clntermediatej PENNY LESTER ........ ................,..... S ecretary NANCY WILLIAMS ..................,. Treasurer Murray State College Association for Childhood Edu- cation is a branch of the Association for Childhood Education International. The members of A.C'.E. are individuals whose common interest is the welfare and education of young children. The branch provides chan- nels through which these individuals can extend their interest in various Ways and at' the same time prepare, as a teacher, to aid in the solution of problems related to children. New trends in Elementary Education are the main topics dis- cussed by A. C. E. members in round-the-table discussions. gpm I I ll . I i N all I 7 1 J at 4 ta 5 lg? 11,35 Seated, Left to Right: Mr. Robert Hendon, Bill Beasley, Hartzel Black, Mr. Arlie Scott. Standing: Anthony Young, Ray Bruce, Hamp Brooks, James Everett. GRICULTURE CLUB 160 OFFICERS BILL BEASLEY ................,.... ......... P resident HARTZEL BLACK .,... ...... V ice President ANTHONY YOUNG .... ......... S ecretary JAMES EVERETT ....................,............. Treasurer RAY BRUCE .....................,...............,.. Reporter HAMPTON W. BROOKS , .Student Organization Representative MR. ARLIE SCOTT .........................,.,...... Advisor MR. ROBERT HENDON ,......,..........,...,....... Advisor The Agriculture Club has as its objectives developing a strong relationship among students in agriculture and bringing about a close association between faculty and students. At its annual Field Day, the Agriculture Club enables area high school boys interested in agriculture to get acquainted with Murray State College, its stu- dents and faculty. For students, already attending col- lege, the Agriculture Club directs its efforts along those lines of extracurricular activities which will improve the students' development in leadership and scholar- ship. OFFICERS KAY ADAMS .....................,. ......., P resident BRENDA TICHENOR ..... Vice President SHARON ROWLAND . . . .......... Secretary LAURA HOLT ........... .......,...,.. T reasurer MADELYN RATHBUN .... .... P ublicity Chairman The Home Economics Club is a professional organi- zation afiiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the Kentucky Home Economics Asso- ciation. Among its purposes are to develop professional atti- tudes and interest by providing opportunities' for work- ing with faculty and students of our college, meeting and knowing people who are successfully practicing the profession, providing opportunities for the development of leadership abilities, taking the first step toward pro- fessional recognition, and seeking an understanding of all peoples. The club grants a scholarship each year to an out- standing school senior girl who wishes to further her training in home economics. lil' 2-Ili v'gwf'f I ,.f tg fu- ml . Nj ,y w l' W , l i 11 1, , , HO E ECON MICS CLUB Seated, Left to Right: Brenda Tichenor, Kay Adams, Sharon Rowland. Standing: Miss Alice Ramer, Madelyn Rathbun, Laura Holt, Miss Francis Brown. 161 I , I 5 I TERNATIONAL REL TICDNS CLUB ALOMA WILLIAMS JERRY SHERMAN SID SEXTON President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer I I I 1 ' ' 2 , ' 9 1 gi "-7,115 'Wt f in T. if I s 1 , v DR. PATRICK SOWLE Adviser The International Relations Club, oldest organiza- tion on campus, was founded for the purpose of pro- moting increased interest and better understanding of international affairs. This is accomplished through bi- monthly discussions by visitors, faculty members, and students on international affairs, domestic problems, and other topics of particular interest to students of history and the social sciences. Annual events of the IRC are the fall picnic at the advisor's home, bringing a prominent authority in the field of history and social science to lecture on campus, and a field trip to a spot of historical importance in the spring. ' ' itll V, 'fu ' 'X , Q, 1 IX' OFFICERS BECKY RICH ..................,..... .......... P resident PAT CRAWFORD ......... ............ V ice President LAURIE MCPHERSON SHARON MATTHEWS .... ...................Secretary ...Corresponding Secretary SANDRA WALLACE .... .....,..,....,... T reasurer PHYLLIS HILL ........ ..... P ublicity Chairman LEE WHITTON ............. ......... P rogram Chairman JUDITH BELT ..,.....,..,.... ...... C o-Program Chairman MRS. MATT SPARKMAN .... ................... S ponsor The Murray State Chapter of National Association of University Dames is an organization for the wives of married students and the married women who at- tend college. The club was organized in March, 1958, and became affiliated with the National Association in September, 1958. Mrs. J. Matt Sparkman is an excellent sponsor. and has been since the beginning of the club. The main goal of the organization is to establish a spirit of good fellowship and to provide social and cul- tural opportunities for its members. Dames Club spon- sors the annual Mrs. Murray State Contest, which was organized in 1961. At the end of the year, the most de- serving member is honored with a silver bracelet and the title of "Ideal Dame" at the annual banquet. AMES CLUB Seated, Left to Right: Becky Rich, Pat Crawford, Laurie McPher- son, Sandra Wallace, Mrs. Clarice Sparkman. Standing: Lee Whitton, Judith Belt, Sharon Matthews, and Phyllis Hull. li f in fi W gl fjg ii: i l l 'f s I i 5 1 ' ' ' F I fl ll Q X , ' l I I 63 Seated, Left to Right: Mr. G. T. Lilly, Johnny Jones, Mr. Clifton Lemons. Standing: Fred Schmittler, Charles Sens, Bill Garrard, John Steczak. OFFICERS JOHNNY JONES ........,.......... ..,..,,.., P resident CHARLES SENS ..... ..,.. V ice President BILL GARRARD ....., ........... T reasurer FRED SCHMITTLER ..... ...,...,......, S ecretary JOHN STECZAK ....... ...., P ublicity Chairman MR. G. T, LILLY .... ............... S ponsor The Industrial Arts Club's primary function is to de- velop professional growth in each of its members. In developing this growth, the club annually sponsors field trips to study industry, attends professional conven- tions, and holds a programmed meeting each month. In addition, the club awards a cash scholarship to the jun- ior student deemed most outstanding, and also recog- nizes an outstanding senior each year. In the Open Exhibit of the Industrial Arts Depart- ment, other awards are presented for superior work that has been constructed throughout the year. I DUSTRI L RTS CLUB 16 5 2 Mechanical skill and patience is required of the industrial arts X majqr. I - ' i a E 1 ' v 'Q ' H 52 ' 2212: G1 Zip. f ' V1 , 5 11 f, su .ze 11 .zgf I egg 5 5 165 . v Seated, Left to Right: Caroline Walls, Janet Landolt, Teresa Rickman, Dussie Boran, and Naomi Stice. Standing: Leslie Sternberg, Danny Kelly, Mike Cherry, Bill Cunningham, and Ronnie Morgan. MIKE CHERRY .... RONNIE ALLEN .... TERESA RICKMAN . LESLIE STERNBERG DAN THOMAS ...... DUSSIE BORAN .... OFFICERS NAOMI STICE ......... ..... BILL CUNNINGHAM BILL CUNNINGHAM CAROLYN WALLS . . JANET LANDOLT .. RONNIE MOUBREY . KEN HAUPTI ....... , 1 .,...,....President . , . .lst Vice President . . , . .2nd Vic-e President . . . . .Srd Vice President . , . . . ,4th Vice President . , . .Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary ...,.,..........Reporter . . . . .Executive Council . . . . .Executive Council . . . . .Executive Council . , . . . ,Executive Council . . . . . .Executive Council As the official youth movement of the Democratic Party, the Young Democrats Clubs have as their first purpose the support of their Party's candidates for pub- lic oiiice. Through the study and observation of public events, and especially through their political activities, the Young Democrats hope to learn more about their country and government, and thereby to become better citizens of these United States. YOUNG DE OCRATS CLUB 166 STUDE T NURSE ASSOCIATIO OFFICERS GAYLE ANDERSON ................. .,.......... P resident HILDA ASHLEY ...... .....,..,. V ice President CAROLYN PEEK ....... ....,... R ecording Secretary CHARLOTTE HEINA .,... .... C orresponding Secretary LESLIE PRITCHARD . . , . .....,............ Historian LYNDEL MORGAN . . . ..............,. Historian CAROL ESTES ..,.... .... T reasurer PATSY FORREST .... ,... A dvisor The student nurse association is a professional organi- zation for students enrolled in nursing. The organiza- tion forms the district association of the State Student Nurses Ass'ociation and the National Student Nurses Association. The purpose is to aid in the preparation of student nurses for the assumption of professional' responsibili- ties. . ...t Q3 W ,Qi-Q lx W 1 W sa 5 Q - T E75 A " u If Seated, Left to Right: Gayle Anderson, Hilda Ashley Patsy For rest. Standing: Carolyn Peek, Charlotte Heina, Leslie Pritchard Carol Estes. 1 "x v u. "' ,. U." 'x S2 ,N M M U'!.!.,mu wsu ,, , il , l 1U w A l Y' E il I Hal - 3 , ill LEf ' 6 - i 2 , I 1 -.4 -. . I . 67 r-,,f'f' Q14 3 ,, ., :V 5. J-', 'wifi 1 il - E: Lag? LY g. . '. ,. sms iw- was s, 'fe 1 N , Uv L' if U - f il was . maui Qt , . i ,pw , me-:I 1 Seated, Left to Right: Jerry Hendon, Sandy Lilly, and Dr. Mar- shall Gordon. Standing: Charles Shields, Harry Hamilton, and Mr. Maurice Christopher. S.A.A.C.S I OFFICERS JERRY HENDON .......,............ ,..,..... P resident CHARLES SHIELDS .... ..... V ice President SANDY LILLY ..,.............. ............ S ecretary HARRY HAMILTON .........,...... .... P ublicity Chairman MR. MAURICE CHRISTOPHER .,., ....,,........ S ponsor DR. MARSHALL GORDON ....... ........,.. S oonsor The Student Aliiliates of the American Chemical So- ciety is a program of the American Chemical Society for the undergraduate students enrolled in course work leading toward a degree in chemistry or chemical en- geering. The purposes of the organization are to provide an opportunity for members to hear guest speakers who are experts in various phases of science or related sub- jectsg to provide an opportunity to develop leadership through the planning and execution of chapter activi- tiesg and to provide a chance to develop a professional spirit and pride in the field of chemistry. OFFICERS J. B. YONTS ....... .,............. .......... P r esident MIKE REDDISH ...,. Vice President RONNIE MOBREY . . . ..,..... Secretary BUDDY PERRY . . . ...... Treasurer The Veterans Club of Murray State College has as its main goal-adjustment. This is adjustment of the ex-servicemen to college life. The club annually sponsors the "Red Towel Dance" after the home Murray and Western games. As an organization, this group participates in intra- mural sports and assorted campus activities. I VETERANS CLUB Spring semester president Ron McCool presents a traditional red towel to club sweetheart Mary Ann Simpson. v- E Q 1 5 3 Q 4 5 U 5 IL. ' ' war 4 I, 1 1 , 1 5 1 - 1 ,i 5 I E 1 , I 1. 1 1 1 1 ' f 1 '5 I .v 1 11 11 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 69 KW! . ,V g mx .YA , 5 'QS 'I' : x ff? h Ai. W if M fl ' pix .Y V55 - A -'Z T f ' -it mf f if .ir ' ' 'fl 1,1 Q f 451 37? 4. , L xxixxxggi . X f . Wifi - 5 -'-' in -X-XQ, I ,Z E-E . . , X - 124 L W ." "1 .L Q ,gap I fa sv Hs" gil' 'K' J is-,,Q Q " .ff - xg 1 pf H: 'gf if ' Q A H -I A, 1, u-gi Y I . ,gi 5 nr fwlismig w W , Al, sua. ,. mwula 251422 lee? W Xew, Jr' 3 giimukf - , W ,ww A. . I "tx"--. ,gf-EM i V :ny ,K jkf-4 H, ., M,,,S1L. ,, ,,':.7,IIA Lf'..L. V is - ., gm I , ..:::: N y -ff-,,,, , fi? i .H gf 1 Ek. I 'sill ' I 5 W . .ry I ,, ., -:BQ 1 . -. .,.. ix: ,, Wg.: xwz, k .xx I, Q!" H Seated, Left to Right: Landean Travis, Thena Cullen, Ronald Smith, Nina Gregory, and Mary Wharey. Standing: Ann Vincent, Isabel Perez, Pat South, Carol Wolfe, Saralyn Ingram, David Carlton and Rev. Donald Moorehead. ' ,,iz, ff WESLEY FGU DATIO The Wesley Foundation is a uniied ministry of The Methodist Church to the total college community. The Wesley Foundation seeks to explore the relationship of Christianity to the various facets of culture expressed within college life. Experimentation, not rigidity, is the attitude of The Wesley Foundation in its efforts to express the Christian faith in relevant terms. Those persons who are concerned about injustice, the loss of personhood, and the problem of faith in culture will find an ally in The Wesley Foundation. Q5 G Y? Y' These students found a place for worshlp and servlce. O0 OO SUNDAY WEEKDAY SERVICES sERvlcEs CHURCHVQF CHRIST l - sNfcL1wmE Goo , GLLEQE LIFE CCDLLEGE CHURCH CDF CHRIST 17-1. OFFICERS WALTER STEFANSKI .............,..,..,.......... President THOMAS HUBER ......... .............. V ice President CARLA GREENWELL ....,. ,..... C orresponding Secretary DONNA SERMERSHEIM ,.,.. ..,... R ecording Secretary DON GREENWELL .....,... ...,........... T reasurer The Newman Club of Murray State College is organ- ized to provide religious education and assistance for Catholic students. During this past year, the Newman Club has moved into its new Catholic student center, Gleason Hall, at Twelfth and Payne Streets. The New- man Club has a threefold purpose: religious, intellec- tual and social and it attempts to present a varied program to achieve these ends. The Murray State Newman Club in its meetings strives to give the students interesting speakers, relig- ious education and social activities. The Newman Club Welcomes all students and encourages participation in all campus activities. The Newman Chaplain is Father Martin Mattingly and the faculty advisor is Dr. Pete Panzera. Seated, Left to Right: Walter Stefanski, Donna Sermersheim Carla Greenwell, and Thomas Huber. Standing: Dr. Pete Pan- zera, Don Greenwell, and Father Martin Mattingly. 173 , g y Z , W , . 5, - . 5 ' 3: 5 4 I A 5 t if ' 5 ' 1 v 1 1 1 ' i If ' 5 Y 1 . -E K , I I . i ,T 1 I I I ni it A I ., L , L 1 1 Doris Seated, Left to Right: Delores Gooch, Rieke Burnett, Clemons, Rosalyn Wilson, Janet Fields. Standing: Gordon Grif- fin, Danny Caid, Larry Hokenson, Tom Zollinger. OFFICERS DORIS CLEMONS .......,......,... ..... C hairman LARRY HOKENSON .... .... C o-chairman ROSALYN WILSON . . . ........ Secretary RIEKE BURNETT . . . .........,.,. Treasurer DANNY CAID ....... ..,...... P arliamentarian DELORES GOOCH ..... ..... P ublicity Chairman GORDON GRIFFIN ,.,. ..,... F inance Chairman JANET FIELDS ...... .... M embership Chairman TOM ZOLLINGER ..... .,..........,.. P rogram Chairman The Young Republicans Club has as its main purpose the support of Republican candidates for public office. It is composed of young people interested in the politi- cal life of their states and nation. It is their goal to pro- mote better citizenship and political awareness through active participation and education in matters concern- ing their government. YOU G REPUBLICANS CLUB 174 MIKE DUGAN ..... OFFICERS . . ......... President MARGARET CRIDER .. Vice President WILMA HOOK ......... ........ S ecretary BOBBY RAY ..,..... .... ...... T r easurer DR. FRANK STEELY .... ..., A dvisor The Religious Council is an organization Whose mem- bers are drawn from the various religious, service and social groups on campus. Its most important purpose is to provide an area of coordination for religious cen- ters' of the campus in order to achieve the religious awareness essential to any campus. Nondenominational in character, the Religious Council sponsors all-school vespers at the various church centers and attempts to bring inspirational and worthwhile speakers of a re- ligious nature to Murray State College. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Seated, Left to Right: Margaret Crider, Charlotte Lee, Wilma Hook: Standing: Mike Dugan and Bobby Ray. . ,. B, TT.. ' ' I 2 I I 44.1 1 : I I I 'II I I r I A l I ,L '1 ' 1 I 1 75 " ' ' I mg i w f - . fa if it ,., , . am. H H 1 I Wie.. Seated, Left to Right: Ann Kirkwood, Sidney Sexton, Nancy Sommer. Standing: Charlene Beasley, Pam Estes. S.N.E.A. 176 1- H., il 4 ' 1. l i ni. it HW sniff' , :ee ,wee J Q W OFFICERS ANN KIRKWOOD ,.........,.....,.. ..,........ P resident NANCY SOMMER ........ ..... V ice President CHARLENE BEASLEY .... ..... ' .... S ecretary SIDNEY SEXTON ...... ...... T reasurer DR. ROBERT ALSUP ..... ..... C o-Sponsor DR. EDWARD BRUNER .... ..... C o-Sponsor The Student National Education Association is the pre-professional association for college and university students preparing to teach. A member of Student NEA is a student member of the state education association and the National Education Association, with all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of associate mem- bership in these professional associations. The responsibility of the Student NEA program to its individual members is to provide opportunities for personal and professional growthg development of lead- ership skillsg understanding of the history, ethics and programs at state and national levelsg and participation in professional activities at local state, and national levels. OFFICERS LARRY BINGHAM President MIKE MORGAN Vice President PAT OLIVER Recording Secretary CHARLES ROBERTSON Treasurer MR. JERRY FAUGHN Faculty Advisor SIGMA PI SIGMA Sigma Pi Sigma is the only national physics honor society. Its chapters are restricted to colleges and universities of recognized standing which offer a strong physics major. Students elected to membership must attain high standards of general schol- arship and outstanding achievement in physics, and show promise of profes- sional merit. Membership is conferred upon no basis of selection other than scholastic or professional record. i xi' 1 x i S.S.A.l.P. OFFICERS EARL WARREN, JR. President PAT OLIVER Vice President KAY MORRIS Secretary CHARLES ROBERTSON Treasurer The Murray Chapter of the American Institute of Physics' objectives are the encouragement and promotion of interest in Physics and related Helds. It is open to all students with a definite interest in Physics. 177 DELTA S OFFICERS MARTIN TRACY President PATSY TRACY Vice President VERNON GAN TT Secretary First Row: Martin Tracy Patsy Tracy George Stealey Charles Finnell Second Row: Thomas Taylor J. Albert Tracy Leslie Putnam, Emeritus IGMA Rl-IO-TAU KAPPA ALPHA Tau Kappa Alpha, National Forensic Fraternity, was founded in Indianap- olis, Indiana, May 13, 1908. The organization was admitted to the National Association of College Honor Societies in 1937. The Murray State chapter was established on March 25, 1941, under the leadership of Prof. A. C. LaFol1ette. Activity was suspended during the war years and reactivated by Prof. Edward Pross in 1946. Prof. J. Albert Tracy has been the chapter sponsor since 1947. ' - 1 ii .Z W wmv, A , H Www ,, -x , . ' , 1 , , 41 Y T x 4 5 " saga mi.- LQ OFFICERS DONALD GREENWELI- President HARRY HAMILTON EUCLIDEAN MATHEMATICS CL The Euclidean Mathematics Club is made up of outstanding students in mathematics who are eager to further their education in areas of mathematics and applied fields' not covered in the classroom. In the past the programs have varied from student presentations to visiting lecturers from different parts of the country. Club meetings, parties, and other activities help foster a closer relationship among the members. Also, an annual award is presented by the club to the outstanding senior in mathematics. UB Vice President JOYCE HARGIS Secretary GINGER BEAN Treasurer CANTERBURY COUNCIL The M.S.C. Canterbury Club is a fellowship sponsored by the Protestant Episcopal Church in America as a part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. The purpose of Canterbury Club is to draw all Christians together-to heal the breach dividing those seeking a common goal. In this effort, the fellowship is particularly concerned with those involved in the higher education of our country-students, faculty, and administration. OFFICERS F 1 JOHN PHELPS - President E JULIAN DISMUKES ' , Vice President L ' 1 RICHARD KEY : ,l 4 Secretary and Treasurer NANCY BARNREUTHER t Publicity, Hospitality Chairman JOHN HUNTER if I Program Chairman W I K 'W' , I If 7 JOHN HARDIN it my I if li Advisor ' l 1' 3 Q V ' l 1 JY I X Wg if N ,Q I 5 f ' , I - , JV 4' i t 1:1 5- Q lt ri Lt.-il 1M"t,1' WT OFFICERS . I GEORGE STEALEY I , Moderator BRENDA COBBS Vice Moderator PATRICIA HENRY Clerk RICHARD SMITH Activities Chairman WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Our purpose as we unite in Westminster Fellowship is to become such com- plete disciples' that we will discover GOd's will for our lives and do it. 179 OFFICERS TOM S. MADDOX President SANDY LILLY Vice President YVON NE TERRY Secretary-Treasurer GERMAN CLUB In order to foster a spirit of German culture among its members, the German Club presents various programs concerning "Deutschland" These programs include viewing travel films, listening to records of German music, singing German folk or Christmas songs, and taking part in discussions on German education, art, literature, and other aspects of the nation's culture. ry gv ,' 'VST' , , ., ' ' 'fi Lf ' N ' lfiif I 9 'ws f ectt f, Q OFFICERS RUDEE ANN RUDD Presidente SID SLAUGHTER Vicepresidente NANCY GOHEEN Secretaria ORLANDO GARCIA Tesorero SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is made up of students who have an interest in the language and culture of Spain and Spanish-speaking localities. Meetings are conducted concerning the Spanish educational system and other things that lend to the understanding and enjoyment of the Spanish language and people. VIVACE CLUB Membership in the Vivace Club is open to all students on the campus with an interest in music. It is one of the oldest clubs on the campus and both Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota were outgrowths of this club. It actively supports musical activities on the campus and the community. Its two principle projects are the sponsoring of the Homecoming breakfast for music alumni and the selection of the outstanding boy and girl musician graduate each year. OFFICERS LARRY WYATT President KAREN BRYANT Vice President CHARLES HUTCHENS Secretary and Treasurer OFFICERS PATSY TRACY President VONNIE SHELTON Vice President BILLY WILES Secretary ORA PECK Treasurer DOROTHY HARGROVE Editor MRS. ANNE MARKHAM Moderator LAMBDA IOTA TAU Lambda Iota Tau is a national honorary literary society for students inter- ested in language and literature. It is the purpose of LIT to promote excel- lence in the study of literature. 181 FOREIGN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 'The Foreign Students Organization was formed to help the foreign students with any problems they might have in adjusting to life on this campus and to encourage enrollment of more foreign students at Murray State. X ill tl Nl l OFFICERS IRADY SHAHRIARY President li vii TUZUN ASKAR Vice President ISABEL PEREZ Secretary J ULIO ZUNIGA Treasurer LUTHERAN STUDENTS The Lutheran Students Organization was formed this year in an attempt to bring together the students of the Lutheran religion. Our purpose is to increase our faith and belief in God by regular meetings and to bring about a closer relationship among Lutheran students. OFFICERS KEN SINCLAIR President DAVID LANIER Vice President JOYCE DAVIE Secretary CAROLYN LAMB Treasurer REV. BILLY N. WILLIAMS Sponsor CHRISTIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP The Christian Student Fellowship is an organization supported by the Chris- tian Churches of districts one, two, and three of the Kentucky Association of Christian Churches to fulfill the religious and social needs of college students. Under the leadership of an ordained minister, Sunday and Wednesday-night programs are held, as are daily noon devotions. All students, regardless of denomination, are Welcome to join. OFFICERS TOM POSEY President JIM JOHNSON Vice President VICKI MORRISON Secretary SUSIE WHITTIKER Treasurer Neff? PSYCHOLOGY MAIOR'S ASSOCIATION The Psychology Majors Association is an organization for students who are majoring or minoring in the field of psychology. The purpose of the association is to advance the science of psychology, and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology. The association was organized with the expectation of petitioning Psi Chi, the National Honorary Society in Psychology and an affiliate of the American Psychological Association. The chapter at Murray State College will be initiated into Psi Chi during the spring of 1965. if., H ' raw ll 5255 H V . iiig pi " H rnsiwgig A . ,r'g5i?fv,gwMQ"' H 'K ' V, 5 X 1 , , ll ,, ,X x 1 :MQZTT M51 12 X 5 E , if . ,wi -,: V '- 71' l - S e H 1 'll 3U.,s1 " H , ' ,fu ,.. lf , w.ia.j-1-im , o Qi , . ' Q I- - f " if 'Q if if X fn. ,ag 9 Y , J ., 1 .V ZZ -.,, 5,5 WM vv.. mi: .1 Vw ,L :,,gxsi!. is , H N iv 5' 1 ' " 3 f ,ri -S ga H ,. -self, , "img A .1 7 522 of U ,Q ' ' ' I 1 f 15 , ' shits 1' - ffggsqgtg, f M e ae L ,f3?t.,:s.!: .ir X ull' ' ' - , fQj1ffisl.." DRAMATICS Murray State College's Children's Theatre in the fall of 1964 presented "Beauty and the Beast," a story of a mute dwarf by Jesse Beer. "The Bald Soprano" and "The Lessonv were also presented. These latter two works' were theatre-of-the-absurd creations by Fran ces Eugene Ionesco. The Spring production was "The Aspern Papers? Once again quality performances were given by the Dramatics Department. A highlight of the "Beauty and the Beast" was the freeing of the mute dwarf. The good witch, Sybil, casts a spell over two actors in a Chi1dren's Theatre production. ,vs fe 45.5 wg fam I V my 5 fa E 'Q -Y eff,- ff' i,,-.Q I TERCQLLEGLNTE DEB TE Each year all of the colleges of the United States agree on a debate topic for the year. From September to April research is concentrated in this area. The ma- terial is organized, and each debater and team works to excell over his opponents in knowledge, rhetorical skill, and effectiveness in responsible speaking. This kind of training for future leadership in the nation and the world is Intercollegiate Debate. This year the seventeen members of the Murray State debate squad took part in approximately one hun- dred twenty-five intercollegiate debatesg spoke before twenty high schools of Tennessee and Kentuckyg spon- sored an on-campus debate workshop for area high schools, and an International debate with a team from Oxford. About ten thousand people listened to Murray State debaters in action. The college program is directed by Professor J. Albert Tracy, and is recognized as one of the best speech-training programs in the nation. Members of Murray State's Debate Squad register collegiate debaters for the Old Grey Mare Tournament. 'W' Three of the preliminary judges are surrounded by the trophies as the meet gets underway. Martin Tracy presents the championship trophy to Bel1armine's debaters. Bellarmine College was the winner of this year's Old Gray Mare Debate Tournament. Vince Aprile and Bill Dotson defeated Bill Avera and Cully Clark of Emory University in the final round of the debate. Martin Tracy of MSC' was one of 10 debators who received a, certificate for being an outstanding speaker. Judges for this year's event were Mr. Vernon Ander- son, Dr. C. S. Lowry, and Mr. Don Pace. OLD GREY MARE DEBATE TOURNEY I USICAL ACTIVITIES The MSC Music Department provides valuable train- ing for professional musicians and teachers of music, and also provides outstanding cultural events for the campus and surrounding area. The Marching and Symphonic Bands continue to thrill and excite MSC students at ball games and con- certs. The A Cappella Choir still wins acclaim as one of the best choirs in the South. The String Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra also give regular professional- quality concerts. Public appearances of these groups has gained wide- spread publicity for MSC. Professor Baar points out some changes in some musical selec- Familar to all MSC students is the Marching Bandls high- 1210115 to a STOUP Of voice 1'f1aj01'S- stepping entrance at halftime. 1 l 3 I V . .rss CL .awww ,. ,,. ,.v,-'Las i 4.J7fLfi"Zf l .5 1, . 4 ,1 A ....,, N Nu W -1 V - : - Y ig L ,U 5, ' my f. , A Ju , A major activity at Murray State College is music. Through the various groups and organizations, the music department provides a wide variety of musical experiences for Murray State College students. Groups such as the Marching Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Orchestra, String Orchestra, Brass Choir, and A Cappella Choir furnished the college and sur- rounding area With high caliber music programs. Through concert performances and tours, the groups from the music departments are "ambassadors of good- will' for Murray State College. 33 J tm , W it Jgzihggi, W Mr. Leslie Putnam, professor emeritus of music, presents a music scholarship to Anna Brown Long for outstanding music ability. A familiar sight to Murray State College students is seeing Pro- fessor Paul Shahan, Director of Bands, on the practice Held with the Marching Band. F .tt ... 5 it . .+ gr: W N msg? W M S t,i. . it K mms! it 'Wa Q . 2, 1 1 ia.. ,az V ,, ,, iggsfiiits., " All eyes are centered on the sheet of music as Professor Carl David Babbs appears to be "lost in h1s work as he practices a ,IF fi , rl., Q .- d Q y M 1- 1 'g ..:-M 'Sw xv 4' 1, .1 ' Ks gre' V A , Wi- fr m Q25 ' , u gm 'Q Pr ' nk? 1 ,. K A , N v 'Nr QTY! gf A 4 'q"5 2 "il Q, ish Q as Q f wfw xx Q ' xii. 5 w 1 4 1, ' iii! viii q 1 'fi' fi Q' ' ' vi., I . 'u',' '!iI.f'41- , ffl? 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V ' '- - -, 1-.. . p.-'.- -'. . - - 21 aa- . f , .ff . .. .ff , .V .-,-:Jigga-1 Sai" .f-3.44 V- 5 V- V: if, , - , .. V. , , , 25" . 1 A,..t.:-an ',,i,,.:' ' . ... , 4.4. 5 QV- - V-VV" 2 A 'f -V". - . ' ' 'f1-. .Q-V. Q-'f"? -f 'V L 1: .1 4. -ss,-V 2f5f5',fPr"f ,. frry-fi Colonel Booth, PMS, pins a Distinguished Military Student medal on Cadet Colonel Bob Harry. RCDTCS VARIOUS ACTI Public Information Officer Bob McGaughey publicizes the activi- ties of the military science department. 1551? - 2.422-2, " 1 A 4-ff.-.f,if2if"" - ' - fF: ,'-' , ' iii. , v "L i . - ' We, - 'M , . pp. Mg, ,i.-..,.-E-,.E. 'f2'Q.?li5?? , . ., JL 5 esggigi LM-3-as-5 5 - - af-' 1 , , es, Murray State's special forces group, the Rangers, gain experience in counter-guerrilla activities through spe- cial field problems. ITIES Cadet Lt. Col. Robert O. Whitton congratulates the Rangers for donating their eyes to the Lions Club eye bank. me - V551 GUTSTANDING CADETS Outstanding students are honored in the military science de- partment by being named as "Cadets of the Week." In this ef- fort, the department strives to promote a genuine interest and esprit de corps among military science students. FLIGHT PRQGRAM Through the supervision of the military science department, a flight training program was instituted for highly qualified advance military science students who are interested in flying as a career. The cadet, upon successfully completing 40 hours of training, becomes eligible to take an examination for his civilian pilot's license. MSC's Flight Program Tramees 1 5 . nv' P I tc A H lgu,-3 5 1 -V. -7,:,.3,..i21gg5.g: as ' .5 ' " "'t5l ' ' -uf " ,-tg?-.V , Y - 3 "' " ,, .',,g.,,-Ls-uf L" Rangers, lst Platoon RANGERS The Rangers at Murray State College was the first unit in Kentucky to be organized under the U. S. Arrny's counter-guerilla training program. Prerequisites for selection to the Ranger Company are a high scholastic average and a rugged physique. Once selected, a Ranger trainee undergoes intensive training covering the different phases of counter- guerilla tactics. This special training together with mental stability and physical stamina are the prime ingredients in the making of a Ranger. It's a proud organizationg each man has earned the right to wear the distinctive beret and be called a "Ranger," CARL-OS COLE .... MIKE MOYNAHAN DONALD SMITH . . DAN AUSTIN ...., MARVIN MARTIN JERRY HEND ON First Lt. RUSSELL JOHNSON ROBERT W WHITTON Second Lt. Captain WILLIAM AYER First Sgt. SCABB RD AND BL The purpose 'of Scabbard and Blade is to unite in closer relationship the military departments of Ameri- can universities and collegesg to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good efficient oilicersg 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 resideg and, above all, to spread intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. Scabbard and Blade Captain Bob Whitton escorts company sweetheart Judy Thomas into the Military Ball. First Row: WILLIAM BOYLE JOHN BRYANT SAM CERVERIZZO CARLOS COLE Second Row: ROBERT CUNDIFF TED DUCK JIM ERICKSON EDWARD ERKMAN Third Row: MAURICE GLASS LOUIS HARDMAN TOAD HENRY CLARENCE HERNDON Fourth Row: ANDREW HUTCHINS ROBERT MELAIK JAMES MOYNAHAN BILL MURPHY Fifth Row: CHARLES PASCHALL STEVE SHARBER JOHN STECZAK LARRY STEWART Sixth Row: HOWARD TROUTMAN RON WADE THOMAS WILLINGHAM w Y 'Y Y rv' ? '-Gif?-,-,:,-J SEM 'Q 33 kai' EE! 5-sf' rss' - swfggzzsii '-'miie Q-fair K qs it , .1 V -B 5, f ,mmf ,. . . 'I' i' -. fL'I"f First Row: RICK WYNKOOP, Executive Officer: JOHN HODGE, Adjutantg SANDOR KETZIS, Public Information. Second Row: ALFRED RICKMAN, Operations: DALE COLLIE, Supplyg DAN HARELSON, Finance. Third Row: ROBERT FRITSCH, Pledgemaster. PERSI-ll G RIFLES PERSHING RIFLES is a National Honorary Society founded in 1894 by General John J. Pershing. His ob- jective was to promote a finer quality of drill and lead- ership among the Military Science cadets. Since the beginning, the PERSHING RIFLE units have created a feeling of brotherhood in ahnost every large college and university from coast to coast. Cornpany G, of the Third Regiment, provides a color guard for football and basketball games. They also have THEODORE DUCK Commanding Officer one of the finer Rifle Teams and "Crack Drill Teams" in the Regiment. For the past two years, Company G has held the distinction of being chosen Honor Com- pany of the Third Regiment. The Company also maintains an active lVlilitary Pro- ficiency program, along with social and charity activi- ties such as dances and an annual Christmas Party for the needy children of the area. Pershing Rifles and their sweetheart, Andrea Sykes, entertain orphans at their annual Christmas party. First Row: BRIAN ANDERSON DONALD BAVER DON BUCHANAN S'I'EVEN CARLISLE DAVID CARLSON Second Row: HORACE CARRIGAN RICHARD CICCOLELLA LARRY CONWAY DONALD CUNNINGHAM STEVEN CUSHMAN Third Row: JOSEPH DAVIS JOHN diLUSTRO STANLEY DINNER ALBERT ECKERT ANDREW HETRICK Fourth Row: DONALD HORLACHER CHARLES HUGHES RONALD KNIGHT DAVID MANN LARRY MANSFIELD Fifth Row: JAMES McGEE ROYCE METCALFE THOMAS MILLS JEFFREY MOLER BEN NEWMAN Sixth Row: GEORGE PATTERSON CHARLES ROGALINSKI RICHARD SEFICK RICH SIDES MITCH SOMMER Seventh Row: JAIVLES STEVENS MARK SUSSMAN JAMES TOLER WILLIAM VAUGHT ERNEST WADE Eighth Row: ALFRED WRIGHT KENNETH WYATT RALPH WYKOFF 'T 2,0 O- .. A ...H " ff: H V av!! z K .1-- N 2 M MVN ' JSF ' 'M-. if 3 H X i l N , J 'i . P, 1' if wg .-14 I Athletics play a vital and important part in 'the life of Murray State. The school fields the winningest athletic program in the Ohio Valley Conference. But emphasis is not put just on Winning, but on having a well-rounded and balanced program. Both varsity and intramural sports place premiums on developing both the body and the competitive spirit. the athletics Q I I We ' 1 i- f 'ftiilaaff -ww, am 5- ' :- QT ' 'I 2 Q- W'A,Y 2 Q Ag Pa N' . U-G :- 4 qs: , lm: 'zsiii N -Wifi H563 at , 1 ' .ragga Hfffffr -L Q., ,. , a" I E E I Exhibiting their championship hardware are Johnny Reagan, baseballg Roy Stewart, All-Sports Trophy, Cal Luther, basket- ballg Chad Stewart, tennisg and Bill Ferguson, cross country. URR Y STATE WINS SECOND What makes a championship team? Is it hard work? Desire? Ability? Coaching? Champions combine all of these to come up with topflight performances. At Murray State athletics is synonymous with win- ning. But winning does not make a real champion. A champion possesses great athletic abilities and a Hercely competitive spirit. Championships are won after many painful hours of work on and off the athletic battlefield. In 1963 the Ohio Valley Conference awarded its first All-Sports Trophy to the school with the finest all-around athletic program. Murray State won the initial award after dominating the spring sports. In 1964 MSC again won the coveted award, winning L L- PCRTS TRCDPI-IY conference championships in cross country, basketball, tennis and baseball. This award was not won by accident. It was gained through hard work on the part of the athletes, coaches, and the athletic director. Instilling the winning spirit has been keyword at MSC. Roy Stewart, athletic director, has' built at Murray State one of the healthiest programs to be found any- where. Through close supervision and undying devotion to MSC Mr. Stewart has given himself completely to the school. He has served as coach of several sports while here and has developed some of the finest squads in this Chad Stewart gave Murray State another championship tennis team in his final season as head coach. area of the country. Through a superb coaching staff the athletic history at Murray State has become almost lengendary. In 1964 Cal Luther produced the finest basketball team in the OVC, which went on to stop the sports world in its tracks when the little-known Racers held a 23-8 lead over powerful Loyola of Chicago in the NCAA playoffs. In cross country Bill Ferguson has developed a peren- nial power, capturing the OVC title for three straight years before falling last fall. In track Ferguson again shines as he had won the conference track champion- Timing to the split seconds is only part of Bill Furgerson's job as track and field and cross-country coach for Murray State. ship six consecutive years. Johnny Reagan has coached Murray State to five OVC baseball championships in his seven years as head mentor. The squad has won the title for the past two years and is touted as one of the best again this spring. Chad Stewart in his final year as head coach of the tennis team came up with another champion for Murray State. The netmen upset favored Western Kentucky to win the title. In golf, Coach Buddy Hewitt's charges finished sec- nod only to Middle Tennessee in the conference tour- nament. In the five years MSC has fielded a team there have been only three marks on the Racer slate. And last, but certainly not least, Don Shelton has returned winning football to Murray State. Last fall the squad came through with its first winning season since 1956. It is through the hard work and patience of these men that MSC has developed champions both on and off the field. H Coach Cal Luther produced the winningest team since '43 with what was supposed to be a "rebuilding" team. .-...:...-'-:HS Johnny Reagan, center, congratulates George Dugan and Jerry An- derson, who pitched MSC to its fifth OVC championship under Reagan's coaching. if iw f 5 x ii, 5 +33 ll T, I fe: Q sl L ' ' , f' VN lx .W ig. . -T 1K . L YR as ft ., sad? 11, . if - -' Ea.-s,.....-gy-5 -4 ., TA'gi:-r,'a---- J - .' ' 'f I :nf " -. . 4 WE Thi N .yi ' 1,,, fi. 'fee lf V 1 i ,Q A H ' .gif . is 1, , nga x I if,-, g " ' 41" f f fr., , 1 I kb . ,SA 1., g:,,g, I , ' L. ' 4 -1 "Nur ' iiiw- 1 I 'ie ,I -, . 1. ,, . I ' ' 4' U ' ' fum' f. " .W ti . . ,gi , its. tl ' fi 1' 1 ' V531 ' will .X . , , M- A ' A Murray State's football team which defeated Western Ky. in the last game of the season to gain a third-place finish in the Ohio Valley Conference. MSC POSTS FIRST WINNING SEAS Murray State, in posting its first winning season since 1956, was one of the big surprises of the Ohio Valley Conference's football year. Picked to finish as low as sixth, the Racers upset favored Western Kentucky, 14- 7, in the season's finale to gain a third-place tie with the Hilltoppers. There were many stars for the Thoroughbreds. Char- lie Forrest and Tommy Glover were named to the OVC's all-conference team on offense. John Wheeler, the loop's "Lineman of the Year," was selected for the defensive unit. Forrest set several Murray State and OVC' records for the season. The speedy quarterback rolled up 1,565 yards of total offense, a new MSC and conference mark. He broke Tony Fioravanti's school record of touchdown passes as he connected on 11 scoring passes. The versatile gridder was second in the OVC's scor- ing race and was only 80 yards short of Fioravanti's passing yardage standard as he passed for 975 yards. Glover, the OVC's rushing king, set two school marks. The hard-hitting fullback picked up 697 yards this sea- son, breaking Carl Walker's mark of 667. Walker's ca- reer rushing mark fell also as Glover compiled 1,769 yards in three years. Wheeler was named to the all-conference unit for the second year in a row. His fine play from his linebacker position netted him the OVC's "Lineman of the Week" once and the Associated Press' "Kentucky College Player of the Week" once. Dennis Jackson set another mark this season as he caught five passes for touchdowns. MURRAY STATE 26, EAST TENNESSEE 14 Charlie Forrest raced for a 67-yard touchdown on MSC's first offensive play of the season to lead the Racers to a 26-14 upset victory over the East Tennes- see Buccaneers. Forrest later passed to end John Wat- son for Murray's second score. Tommy Glover scored on a 10-yard punch through the line in quick succession but Glover iced the game with a 17-yard touchdown late in the contest. l Charlie Forrest finds the Tennessee Tech interior line too tough to cope with as Eagle tacklers converge on him. CHARLIE FORREST TOBY THOMASON TOMMY GLOVER JOHN BRYANT FRED WHITE Quarterback Quarterback Fullback Fullback Halfback RACER COACHING STAFF-Kneeling: Bailey Gore, backfielcl coachg Don Shelton, head coach, and Tom Milton, graduate assis- tant. Standing: Bill Hina, line coach, Bill Holt, end coach, and Tom Cox, graduate assistant. . ' 1 ..f1s1.- M, -. Q .-.154 - - at a SINCE 1956 AUSTIN PEAY 26, MURRAY STATE 10 Austin Peay's surprising Governors outfought a list- less group of Racers, defeating them 26-10 in Murray's first loss of the year. A Charlie-Forrest-to-Terry-Croorn pass gave MSC its first score of the game midway in the first half. Forrest then added a 28-yard field goal. The Govs struck back in the third quarter to put the game away. Quarterback Carlton Flatt led the APSC attack, rushing for 48 yards and passing for 83. MURRAY STATE 6, EASTERN 6 Plagued by a bad playing field partially covered with water, the Racers pushed over a late fourth-quarter score to tie Eastern Kentucky, 6-6. Fleet halfback Den- nie Jackson took in a Charlie Forrest pass with a spec- tacular catch. Forrest's kick was Wide and the Thor- oughbreds settled for a tie. MOREHEAD 17, MURRAY STATE 14 Murray State lost its second OVC game of the year to a favored Morehead ball club after the Eagles jumped out to a 10-0 lead midway in the first half before the Racers could score. Vic Kubu tallied just before half- time cutting Moreheiad's lead to 10-7. Early in the final period the Racers gained the lead when versatile Char- lie Forrest scampered 28 yards for a touchdown. The Eagles did not give up and marched 66 yards to pick up a touchdown and the extra point. MURRAY STATE 32, MARTIN 14 Behind the bruising running of fullback Tommy Halfback Tom Giannini finds running room through Tennessee Tech's line as quarter- back Charlie Forrest waves him on. Tennessee Tech defender goes up in attempt to intercept a pass headed for Dennis Jackson. Quarterback from Arkansas State finds Tom Cox tough to elude. Lip WAYNE WILSON Halfback TOM GIANNINI it Q Halfback is ' ' A f Halfback 'xx 1. ll Am, ll ? 'fi DENNIS JACKSON ,,am, Haifback CLYDE ADKINS Halfback TOM CHEANEY """ fi f-M' S Halfback ia at 1 M E-in W H , S JERRY WOODALL NEIL HAYNES JACK TROXELL JOHN SANDERS JOHN WHEELER DICK BERRY Center Center Center Center Guard Guard Glover and the pinpoint passing and elusive running of quarterback Charlie Forrest, Murray State crashed the University of Tennessee Martin Branch, 32-14. Linebacker John Wheeler was' the defensive standout in the game. Forrest romped 56 yards for Murray's first touchdown and passed to end Jerry Grantham for the Racer's second. Forrest hit halfback Terry Croom for a 15-yard scoring pass just before halftime to make the score 20-0 Murray. Dennis Jackson, utilizing his blazing speed, picked up both of the Racers' second-half scores on long touchdown passes. MURRAY STATE 28, TENNESSEE TECH 21 Murray State copped its first Homecoming victory Tommy Cheaney hauls down an Arkansas State runner after he had broken through the Racer line for a short gain. since 1956 stopping winless Tennessee Tech, 28-21, be- fore a capacity crowd. Fleet Dennis Jackson caught two passes for touchdowns to lead the Thoroughbred on- slaught. He scored on plays of 62 and 31 yards. Fullback Tommy Glover added two more to give the Racers their long-awaited win. ARKANSAS STATE 17, MURRAY STATE 8 Two third-quarter touchdowns by Arkansas State, one of the top small college teams in the nation, spelled defeat for MSC in their seventh game of the season. Held to a 3-0 halftime lead, the Indians struck back with touchdowns on a 15-yard pass and a three-yard run. Cheaney again meets with that same A-State back and again Cheaney comes out the winner. Football is a game of contact as evidenced by this vicious gang- tackling of the Racer defensive unit. 14 nf X Defensive specialist Clyde Adkins hangs on to Arkansas State fullback as Jerry Grantham and Tom Cheaney come to the rescue. Forrest crossed the goal-line from the three midway in the final period and then hit end John Watson with a two-point conversion pass to put the Racers on the scoreboard. MIDDLE TENNESSEE 14, MURRAY STATE 12 Two missed field goal attempts in the fourth quarter killed all Racer hopes of upsetting conference cham- pions Middle Tennessee 14-12. The Raiders scored first in the third quarter. Murray halfback Vic Kubu took the ensuing kickoff in and returned it 94 yards to put the Thoroughbreds within two points. Middle Tennes- see scored in four plays but the Racers came back to score three plays later. Two field goal attempts were futile and the Racers were faced with a possible losing season. MURRAY STATE 48, PARSONS 32 Passing a phenomenal 58 times the Parsons College Wildcats put on quite an offensive show before their Fred White puts his foot into the pigskin for one of his many long punts of the season. homecoming crowd but the MSC Racers had some tire- works of their own. Halfback Tom Giannini scored first on a 64-yard run. Then Charlie Forrest hit Wayne Wil- son with a 30-yard scoring pass. Wilson later added an- other on a 59-yard pass play. Freddie White scored on an 18-yard pass play and John Bryant and Tommy Glover also scored to account for the Murray total. MURRAY STATE 14, WESTERN 7 The sweetest football victory in years was MSC's avenging conquest of Western Kentucky. The Racers exhibited some of the finest football in years as they downed the Hilltoppers, 14-7. Charlie Forrest scored first for MSC on a 13-yard run through the Hilltopper line. He added the conversion making it 7-0. Stan Nap- per tied the game when he took in a halfback pass from Pat Counts. Forrest scampered 40 yards for the Racers' second touchdown. Defensive specialist Clyde Adkins was the star of the game as he picked off three Western passes. Fans scream, hands fly in the air as the ref signals toughdown after Forrest's touchdown run. 215' K , :. .. -Q,-9 Kljjt BUTCH HAMILTON Tackle U, v ,, lx '-." ,,,! i CHARLES HINA JIM BIGGS Guard Tackle GEORGE TRUMBO Tackle CHARLIE IVIITCHIELL Tackle Forrest rolls out looking for a pass receiver downfield. asa . . ..t, ,H Halfback Vic Kubu slaps at Tennessee Tech defenders. in effort to gain yardage. , Y . " H T L... J -. ' ' V fu: K. . . 1.1 .K , . -..I .is- 1' ' Q-ne, 5.14 ..-- I -1. Arkansas State halfback tries to bypass cornerback Clyde Adkins but his chances are slim. DICK HARGRAVE Tackle TOM COX End JERRY GRANTHAM End ' 1 im mrirff 5.5 1 , . Q , X ,ugh - 'mf 'T S is in 'Q 1 1 il? of , M M 'T I '-- W -aa, . fi i fi -is -, af... 1 or A11-OVC linebacker John Wheeler catches Tennessee Tech quarterback on a rollout in Murray's first Homecoming win since 1956. Quarterback Charlie Forrest rolls around left end preparing to hit . . . 2.16 , E 1 . r Dennis Jackson, one of MSC's defensive standouts, dumps the Arkansas State quarterback after a short gain. Cornerback Clyde Adkins catches a Morehead back for a big loss. All-OVC John Wheeler moves in under an Arkansas State back as Jerry Grantham scrambles to his aid. 7.18 Caught in the air is Freddie White after a long run against Western Kentucky in Murray's 14-7 upset win over the Hilltoppers. mp Q ....., DICK GAULT JOI-HQ' WATSON Tommy Glover, who set new school rushing marks End End this season, breaks away for another long gain. 219 i I RACERS EINEST SEAS N SINCE ,43 Murray Stateis gallant Racers, after losing their first three Ohio Valley Conference games, fought back bril- liantly and were not counted out of the race until late in the season. While posting a 19-7 record, their iinest regular-sea- son mark since 1943, the Racers won the OVC Christ- mas Tournament and were runners-up in the Sun Devil Classic at Tempe, Arizona. Two members ofthe team were selected for all-con- ference honors. Stewart Johnson and John Namciu were named to the all-star squad. For the season Johnson and Namciu tied for scoring with 20.0 average. Johnson finished second in the con- ference in rebounding with an average of 14.1 per game. Sophomore Herb McPherson was right behind John- son and Namciu with an average of 18.6. McPherson was second only to Johnson in rebounding. Guard Bennie Goheen was the top shooter on the squad with a shooting percentage of .529. The quick and agile senior was the fourth member of the team to average in double figures as he scored an average of 10.4 points per game. Top productions for the season included J ohnson's 34 points against Arizona State and McPherson's 34 against Western Kentucky. Johnson's top rebounding figure was 24 which he collected against Austin Peay. The season started on a victorious note as the Racers stopped small college power Arkansas State, 73-71. For the next two games Murray State went on the road meeting tough Canisius and Bradley. After being be- hind by 10 points the Thoroughbreds rallied back to stop the New York team in an upset, 92-81. Two nights later at Peoria, Ill., the Racers gave Bradley all the com- Murray State's 1964-65 varsity basketball team which compiled a season's mark of 19-7. 7.7.0 . A X ll A W ' ' .Oi .- S991 y a ,MQ 23 .?i3'Ql' 1 'Ili' 'Q , T wi ' f. .af '50 . ,:gg: Qqif N A "'i I S.. --... r , Q v 1 W I f , HG., - -w. I mil M -RW-NN .H- --L f' 6 8 Stewart Johnson pulls in another rebound. Johnson finishes second in the conference in re- bounds. petition they Wanted before falling 76-74 in a close battle. Then just before Christmas, the squad took two more games by beating Oglethorpe, 74-66, and New Mexico State, 72-69. Traveling to Tempe, Arizona, the squad defeated powerhouse Texas Western, 65-58, in the opening round of the Sun Devil Classic. The next night, MSC fell to Arizona State 107-96 in the championship game. With arms flying everywhere Herb McPherson and Gene Pendleton battle with two Middle Tennessee players for a vital rebound. Named as the "Most Valuable Player" of the tourna- was Murray State's Stewart Johnson. Flying back to Louisville the team met the OVC's pre-season favorite Morehead in the first game of the conference tourney. After completely dominating the first half the Racers coasted by the Eagles, 89-82, after a late Morehead rally. After nipping Tennessee Tech in the semi-finals, 79- 75, the Thoroughbreds met Western Kentucky in the championship game. HERB MCPHERSON BENNIE GOHEEN GENE PENDLETON BUTCH HILL MARK GRAHAM " E i!f?'H':- 5. Y Ka-in ' -'pu it .1 X 1 E j R 33146. J , 'f 1' - ' x iff fs'Wl'e? s 6' 1' ,f NQW5 I 08" .,, 1llun I .K - A u gsrm 1 ,f v m 4, 3 A E X 1 xx W N- 1 15f"l'3f J .. ., V W .JN ' ' r. , Lisa fw 2 1,1 , ,,.p1 -ntinigri I ! ' ' APM A ' xx-,vi WX . f Xa 2 5 . 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NIT-bound Western Kentucky came to Murray with visions of glory but found the Racers too tough for them as the Hilltoppers went down, 103-91. In the season's finale Morehead was defeated by Mur- ray State by the score of 84-75. Five seniors played their last game of their careers for Murray State in the Morehead game. John Namciu, Gene Pendleton Bennie Goheen, Butch Hill, and Mark Graham bowed out in the contest. The season was one of the most enjoyable ever at Murray State. Termed a "rebuilding" team the gallant squad produced one of the finest efforts in Murray State athletics. Battling under the boards for rebounds are Elton Hall, Rick Goddard, and Bill Norris as Roger Fields looks on. FROSH PO T 12-3 MARK Finishing the season with a 97-90 victory over the Western Kentucky freshman team, the Murray State yearlings posted a 12-3 record. Led by the Mutt and Jeff antics of 5-10 Leonard Poole and 6-9 Dick Cunningham, the team earned a spot as one of the finest freshman teams in Murry State's ath- letic history. Poole averaged 23.3 points per game, scoring 36 in both of his last two games. Cunningham, second in scoring with an 18.1 average, was the top rebounder with an average of 21.7 rebounds per game. Cunningham took in 35 deflections in his last game of the season. Other basketballers who looked like top varsity pros- pects for the coming season were Larry Lilly, Rich Goddard, Craig Roeder, Bruce Brackman, and Roger Fields. The team took runner-up honors in the Sweetheart Tournament at Henderson, falling to Tennessee Tech in the finals. Capturing victories over tough Paducah Junior Col- lege, Tennessee A and I, and Southern Illinois were the highlights of the frosh season. The 1964-65 Murray State Freshman squad. 22 -2 J' XX kb ,,.....,,pf . i 1-. 5 ii fx If i ilioig Q2 Q HYAVE 1 I .5 ' - Mi' R :. V' A Q19 Q44 4 i f 9 'K i 4,3 ff J ig- J A 3 ,.xxiX 1Ii Q1 J" 43, ' U Z ,K A M ilu 11 BASEB LL QU D RETAINS CVC TITLE In winning their second consecutive Ohio Valley Con- ference baseball championship, the Murray State squad posted a season's record of 16 wi.ns against 10 losses. The Racers won nine of 12 conference games earning them a spot in the championship playoff against More- head. -...A .,., iz! W5 ,. .iidiiyf '... ff." 35" . i i ffeiawl 'T . - -q. ' jig. - fr . .1 -4 ,A -1 . - .. A V '-H" A tight play at first finds Austin Peay runner safe after a short dragging Murray State players mob each other after winning the second consecu- tive Ohio Valley Conference baseball championship. The Thoroughbreds took the first two games of the best two of three competition behind the fine pitching of George Dugan and Jerry Anderson. For the season Dave Darnell and Ron Anderson led the Racers at the plate. Darnall posted a .323 batting average to top the team in that department. Anderson with an average of .310 was second in batting, but led the team in home runs and doubles with six of each. Dugan was the team's top pitcher. The diminutive southpaw had an earned run average of 1.61 for the sea- son while earning a 7-1 won-lost record. Jerry Anderson was second with a ERA of 1.80, and finished with a 5-2 record for the season. Ron Anderson led the team in hits, stolen bases, and RBIs. At the end of the season, five members of the team were named to the all-conference team. They were Ron Anderson, shortstop, David Boyd, second base, David Darnell, catcher, George Dugan, pitcher, and Ken Maz- iarka, outfield. Another home run for Murray State. RESULTS Murray .... 85 Delta State .... . .19 Murray .... 65 Purdue U. .. 2 Murray .... 35 Purdue U. ....... . . 7 Murray .... 55 Northwestern .... . . 4 I Murray .... 115 Northwestern .... .. 5 Murray .... 15 Northwestern .... .. 4 Murray .... 25 Austin Peay ...... . . 1 Murray .... 35 Austin Peay .... 5 ...... 5 Murray .... 35 Western Kentucky . . 0 Murray .... 25 Western Kentucky . . 3 Murray .... 195 North Dakota ......... 2 Bdurray .... 75lJord1IJakota ..... .. 6 Murray .... 35 Middle Tennessee ..... 2 Murray .... 95 Middle Tennessee ..... 5 I Murray .... 65 Southeast Missouri .. 7 Murray. 115 Southeast Missouri .. 3 Murray .... 35 Memphis State ........ 4 Murray .... 15 Mississippi ...... . .14 Murray .... 45 Western Kentucky .... 1 I Bdurray... ... 55 VVestern.Iientucky .... 2 Murray .... 25 Austin Peay .......... 7 Murray .... 05 Austin Peay .......... 2 Murray .... 45 lVIiddle Tennessee ..... 1 Murray .... 25 Middle Tennessee ..... 1 Rlurray .... 45Ddorehead ...... .. 0 Rdurray .... 25lHorehead ... .. 0 The 1964 Ohio Valley Conference championship baseball team. iiiflla ' ' ' 5 'gklkd .Y W B 3 , W we Fha W., tiiimtrilu iilt ellliii i ii f , ., ff.. . W , p-dvr, nu Ol 4 if Q.i"wg... fif- i .,: 1 , .nssffggifi . 3 Y X' Q it li. H 1 -1 . . . 'i 1491735 - as if aa .Y JL' it s 87" A Tir' iZiillii'liii"??fQ' 'Mi if -fi' ga ef" li 4 1 L 9. 2-'L .:' I . .. :rf Southpaw George Dugan winds up for another perfect pitch in the Racers' first game of the OVC playoffs. F Q 9 ff-H-ag L -'buf lu mu' el 1 H. U' L rwn III: I 4 sf QI' if may i 91 eff' Nd' bv' 22. A 0 6 0 0 0 ' rl Looking through the net Ends Charles Champion and Tommy Higgins working on their doubles game. Henry Baughman lets go with a blazing serve in one of Murray State's 18 victories during the 1964 season. Mike Barnes Ccenterj was awarded the "Outstanding Freshman Ath- lete Award" for his play at the number-four spot on the tennis squad. With him are Jack Anderson, Mayfield Messenger Sports Editor, and Chad Stewart, head coach. , gens Bill Bowen fleftj was awarded the "Most Valuable Tennis Player" trophy for the 1964 season by Weldon Grimsley, sports editor of the Paducah Sun-Democrat. ETM N COP OVC The Murray State tennis squad finished the 1964 sea- son with the finest record ever posted by a Thorough- bred team. En route to the Ohio Valley Conference Champion- ship, the netmen won 18 matches while falling to only two opponents. The Racers lost only to Louisiana State University and Western Kentucky, a team which Mur- ray defeated later in the season. The squad was led by Bill Bowen who played in the number-one spot all season and capped his career finish- ing in the runner-up spot in the OVC's top spot. Charles Champion, number two, Henry Baughman, number three, Mike Barnes, number four, Pat Bryan, number five, and Chuck Close, number six, filled the Racers' other individual spots at the conference match. In doubles Bowen and Baughman teamed up to take conference honors at the number-one spot. Close and Barnes took the number-three doubles title. The season marked the last year that Chad Stewart would serve as coach for the Murray State tennis team. The OVC championship was a fitting tribute to a job well done by one of the Hnest gentlemen in athletics. 2.30 +l3RR'ff- . STATT. 'x 'W Murray State's 1964 Ohio Valley Conference tennis champions. Charles Champion returns the ball with a grimace on his face. 231 -emu 5 STATI: . S! 'inf- 1964 TENNIS RESULTS Murray .... 53 Illinois State ..... Murray .... 7g Missouri ..... Murray .... 89 Bradley .......... Murray .... 55 David Lipscomb . .. Murray .... 55 Pensacola Navy Murray .... 6g Pensacola Navy . .. Murray 5g Mississippi Southern Murray .... 2g Louisiana State .... Murray .... 8g Ole Miss ......... Murray .... 7 3 David Lipscomb . . . Murray .... 75 Southern Missouri . Murray .... 5g Vanderbilt ........ Murray ..,. 45 Western Kentucky . Murray .... 75 Southeast Missouri .. Murray .... 63 Kentucky ........ Murray .... 75 Eastern Illinois Murray .... 75 Illinois Wesleyan Murray .... 5g Illinois State ....... Murray .... 85 Western Kentucky . . Murray .... 93 Memphis State ..... Season Record 18-2 A . 11' , it Charles Allen, named as the "Most Valuable Player" on the Racer track team, speeds to one of his many victories of the season. RACERS, SIX-YEAR TRACK REIG E DED Freshman Reginald Long breaks the tape for victory in his specialty, the 440-yard dash. W 3 vm ,A V. 1 AJDTK . - . 2.32. Beginning the season with what looked like another Ohio Volley Conference championship team, Coach Bill Furgerson found before the year was out that Murray State's six-year reign over OVC track and iield had ended. After posting impressive early-season victories the Racers fell to Western Kentucky in the Ohio Valley Conference Track Meet held in Murfreesboro, Tennes- see in May. The year had several high spots, however. Bob Doty won the 100-yard dash in a dual meet with Western in a blistering time of 9.5 seconds, setting a new MSC record. Jack Haskins broke the school javelin mark with a toss of 192 feet and six inches. Tom Cockcroft, finished second, also eclipsed the old record. Hurdler Charles Allen set a new record in the 120- yard high hurdles as he covered the distance in 14.4 seconds, four-tenths of a second under the old mark. Freshmen Jim Yost and Ed Scullion dominated the distance events, as both set new school marks. Yost ran the two-mile in a time of 91352. Scullion ran the mile in 4:16 to shatter the old record. Reginald Long set a new 440-yard dash record as he ran the quarter-mile in 48.6 seconds. if A I Dennis Jackso Doty as the R setting victor 4 5 HW 9..- ti. X X 1 '. - "' .1 f, P 1 N 1 :La 'Il ygff- ibia. f ' 'T t xy . I-IARRIERS LOSE OVC CROSS-COU TRY CROWN After winning their last two meets prior to the Ohio Valley Conference Cross-country Meet, it looked as if the Racer squad would successfully defend their con- ference cross-country crown. But despite a one-two finish by MSC"s Giersberg and Bill Boyd, Murray fell to a disappointing third place behind Western Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky. r we Y p. 2, 5745, 5745, e"""Hf The squad finished the year with a losing season, its first in the history of the sport at Murray S-tate. Paced by freshlnen and sophomores, the squad looked to next season for real strength and stability. Giersberg, Boyd, Thys Bax, Dan Needy, Bill Foulk, Ed Scullion, and Jim Yost would all be back for the coming season. F , CUUNTRY l Murray State's cross-country team and Coach Bill Furgerson. Coach Bill Furgerson presents Bob Giersberg and Bill Boyd with OVC trophies for finishing first and second, respectively. 7-34 Bob Giersberg, the OVC cross-country champion, set new stadium, school, and T conference records this season. 3 A ' Lynn Newton drops the ball in the cup after a short putt. 1 " - xy-ss xx ,gl-I-N ' is N. A x . - -4.'s.,.r-1-A -uid r x Larry Mullen, finding hiIf1Se1f in fI'0'-lble, PfePa1'eS to There comes a time in every man's life when nothing goes right-especially in blast onto the green. GOLF TEAM PLACES SECO D I VC In third place going into the final nine holes, the MSC Racer squad fell to Evansville, a team which they later golf team rallied to cop second place in the Ohio Valley beat. Conference, paced by the fine play of Fred Lancaster. In the NCAA finals at Springfield, Missouri, in June Other members .of MSC's fine team included Larry the squad copped fifth place.as Larry Mullen finished Mullen, Ted Hale, Gary Flowers, and Lynn Newton. sixth individually for the tournament. The team lost only one dual match all season. The The Ohio Valley Conference runner-up golf team and Coach Buddy Hevsdtt. 1 1 lik The Kentucky Rifle League Champions. Rifle team captain Joe Davis is resented with a tro h for out- standing marksmanship. The Murray State Rifle Team again won the cham- pionship of the Kentucky Rifle League by posting an 8-0 record in league competition and 18-0 over-all. The Racers were paced by All-American Bob Beard who continued to re-write the record books. Other members of the team were Joe Davis, captaing Dale O'Daniel, Gary Rundle, Susan Davis, Don Horlacher, Charles Hughes, and John Riley. 7. 3 6 CHEERLE DERS When a team wins a conference championship, there are hundreds and even thousands of people to back the squad. But when the chips are down, there is always one group standing there fully supporting the squad- the cheerleaders. At Murray State the cheerleaders plan pep rallies, bon fires, and "spirit" campaigns. It is this group of girls who guide the student body in the support of the Racer athletic teams. VARSITY SQUAD-Kneeling, Left to Right: Sonia Oczypok and Marilyn Cohoon. Standing: Carol Hopkins, Linda Faye Edwards, Penny Catley, Hannah Mason, and Dian Dowdy. Standing, Back: Debbie Johnson. ' ,I ' 51 ,, QE 'tw FRESHMAN SQUAD-Kneeling, Left to Right: Pam Dallas, Becky Heilxn, and Barbara Dowdy. Standing: Linda Schaefer, Beverly Anderson, and Judy Bailey. C7 il? 4' 'U Y ' 'v-was 1: I .iw . 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College is many things-the most varied and complex of these is the myriad people who populate the campus .... FRESHMEN-who must become acquainted with the grueling, traumatic experience of registration, waiting in ubiquitous lines, leering professors, and upperclassmen .... SOPHOMORES-"A little learning is a dangerous thing" is evident when observing sophomores . . . one year down, only three to go and' the best part is no longer being a lowly frosh, and the girls actually have 10 p.m. permission! . . . J UNIORS-the mid-way mark . . . joy in knowing the task is half over and the realization? that college, although a lot of fun, means much hard work and graduation is within reach. . . . SETNIORS-AT LAST!-but with a tinge of sadness and many fond memories . . . graduation is now a concrete, frightening reality-a hectic year . . . a busy, busy year . . . a year of saying goodbyes and a beginning of a new one as another class enters the annals of MSC graduates. x r l N l the classes 3? ia 'i"j5:, ' NW .fm ri, ' 0 1 Q I Seated, Left to Right: Henry Simpson, Nancy Garman Pearl Rutledge, and Richard Coons. GR DUATE COUNCIL Q1 'W mg, V ,-33' ng! r w 7-44 1. CHARLES BAIZE Louisville, Ky. PAULINE BRYANT Murray, Ky. RICHARD COONS Union City, Tenn. PATSY CORK Mishawaka, Ind, 2. BILLY JOE COX Wynne, Arkansas DELORES ANN DEVINE Murray, Ky. MARTIN FOX New Gardens, N. Y. NANCY GARMAN Murray, Ky. 1. ERNEST GIBSON .... LAWRENCE GRAY . WILLIAM HAUSELT 2. THALA SUE JEWELL AVA MCASKILL ..... THOMAS MILTON . . 3. BETTYE MINTON .... KAY PARK ....... PAUL ROEDELL .... 4. PEARL RUTLEDGE .. JOE SAYERS ..... DAVID SCARPINO .... .. . 5. HENRY SIMPSON .... BETTY WHEAT ROY WOODARD .... . . . . .Warsaw, Ky. Doughaston, N.Y. .....Avon, N.J .....Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ..Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . .Paris, Tenn. ....Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. .Jersey City, N.J. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . .Fernda1e, Mich. .Mt. Vernon, N.Y. . . . . .Benton, Ky. McKenzie, Tenn. .Owensboro, Ky. GR D n. i UAT i s 2 24 Senior Class Officers OFFICERS PENNY LESTER ...................... ....... S ecretary TERRY TIPPIN ....... ....... P resident MIKE VAUGHAN ...... ...... T reasurer ED MURRAY ........ ....... ...... V i ce President 246 1. JEANIE C. ABANATHA .,............ West Paducah, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. JOHNNIE ABANATHA ................. ..... K evil, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. HAFFORD ADAMS, JR. ,....... ,.... ..... M u rray, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. 2. HERBERT HALL ADAMS .,...... .... J ackson, Tenn. B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha. JERRY ALLEN ADAMS ,........ . ..... Murray, Ky. B.S. Art Kappa Pi. SUSAN BRAME ADAMS .,........,... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. English Alpha Phi Gamma: Sigma Sigma Sigmag Young Democrats Club. 3. DONNA DALE ALDERDICE ...........,..,.,. Marion, Ky. B.M.E. Sigma Sigma Sigma: Silgma Alpha Iota, Treasurerg A Capgella Choir: Campus Lights: ivace Club: Who's Who Among Stu ents in American Colleges and Universities. HOWARD LYNN ALEXANDER ..,.... West Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.1 S.N.E.A. MARY JUDITH ALLBRITTEN ......,...,.,. Murray, Ky. B.A. English and History 4. BOBBY RABRON ALLEN ....,....,........ Murray, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and Political Science RONALD RAY ALLISON .............,.... Arlington, Ky. B.S. Speech and English MEKK1 M. AL-SAADI ....................... Khalis, Iraq B.S. Business Administration I.R.C.g Foreign Students Organization: Murray State College Speak- ers Bureau. 5. MARY EUNICE ANDERSON .............. Princeton, Ky. B S En lish . . g S.N.E.A.g Sock and Busking College Newsg Kappa Pig N.A.E.A. LEWIS RIDGELY APPLEGATE .......... Princeton, N.J. B.A. Political Science, History, and Philosophy Track Team. CHARLES M. ARCHER . ..,........... .... G ates, Tenn. B.S. Chemistry S.A.A.C.S. E. 7-47 fihiii :Sf 1. DENNIS K. ASHWORTH .,...,.......... Mt. Vernon, Ind B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. JIMMY K. ATKINS ....A,A.....,.,.A....... Mayfield, Ky B.S. Business Phi Delta Theta: Phi Beta Lambda. SHIRLEY P. ATOUT ..,,,.,....,. .,., M etropolis, Ill. B.S. 2. GLENN ALLEN AUSTIN ..........,., Palmersville, Tenn. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. CHARLOTTE GAIL AUSTREW ......... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. English and Biology WILLIAM C. AYER .....,....,......... Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Business Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer: Scabbard and Blade: Intramural Sports: Distinguished Military Student, 3. ANDREW AZZARELLO ................... Syracuse, N .Y. B.S. Business Education Tau Kappa Epsilon. CHUCK BACCUS ...,........,.............., Karnak, Ill. B.S. Business Administration Alpha Phi Gamma, president, secretary: Circle K, Board of Di- rectors: College News, editor, assistant news editor: Tau Kappa Epsilon. secretary. ELIZABETH DEAN BAHR .....,.,,..,.., Henderson, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and English Mathematics Club. 4. DANNY LOUIS BAILEY , ....... , ........ Richmond, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Young Democrats Club. LARRY E. BAKER .,.,.,.....,............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Health and Physical Education Varsity Track: Judo Club: Cave Exploring Club. SARAH MARIE BARHAM ..........,., Union City, Tenn. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club. 5. HUGH DON BARKSDALE ..........,.,. Rocky Ford, Colo. B.A. Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Phi Gamma: College News, Advertising Manager. CARL DWIGHT BARNETT ......,.,.,.,.... Eldorado, Ill. B.S. History and Physical Education LELLAN SHELTON BARLOW .......,.... Bardstown, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Pi Kappa Alpha. 1. ROBERT ANDREW BARTER .....,......, Harrisburg, Ill. B.S. Agriculture CAROLYN M. BARTON ,..,...........,.... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.C S.N.E.A. GINGER BETH BEAN ...................... Paducah, Ky B.S. Mathematics and Accounting Pi Omega Pi: Euclidean Mathematics Club, Treasurer. 2. DONNA CHARLENE BEASLEY ........,.... Murray, Ky B.S. Elementary Education Mrs. Murray State, 1962: Dames Club: S.N.E.A., Secretary. WILLIAM E. BEASLEY ......................,. Reed, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega: Agriculture Club, President. BRUCE RICHARD BECKER ................ Paducah, Ky B.A. 3. DONALD G. BELL ............,........... Henning, Tenn B.S. Social Science Sigma Chi: Religious Council. JOHN H. BELT ......................,........., Clay, Ky B.S. Area in Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Epsilon Pi Tau. HAROLD M. BENNETT ...,..,.... I ....... Owensboro, Ky B.S. Area in Social Science 4. JERRY D. BENNETI' ....................... Calhoun, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Pi Kappa Alpha. KELLY ELLIOTT BENNETT ................ Murray, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry Sigrfla Chi. MAXINE BENNETT ,........................ Murray, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: Psychology Majors' Association, Secretary: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. 5. CHARLOTTE RICE BENTON .......... West Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: Phi Beta Lambda. ROBERT BERGERSON ...,.......... ..... H obart, Ind. B.S. Business Alpha Tau Omega. DICK BERRY ............................ Charleston, Mo. B.S. History Alpha Tau Omega: Varsity Football, Captain. 149 -qs., it k 1 1. LARRY EDWIN BERRY ............ ..... L ouisville, Ky. B.S. Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. LARRY LeROY BINGHAM ..,......,......, Paducah, Ky. B.A. Sigma Pi Sigma: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. HARTZEL LEE BLACK ......,......,.... Grantsburg, 111. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club, Treasurer, Vice President. 2. ROBER DOYLE BLACKBURN ......... .... c lay, Ky. B.S. Biology Wildlife Conservation Club. SUSAN LOUISE BLACKBURN ,......... .Mt. Vernon, Ind. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club, President JUDY CALVIN BLAIR .................. Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club: S.N.E.A.3 Wesley Foundation: Young Re- publicans Club. 3. DOUGLAS BLOM ......,.......,..... Grand Blanc, Mich. B.S. Psychology and Mathematics Psychology Majors Association. JOHNNIE WAYNE BLOODWORTH .... .... B enton, Ky. B.S. TENA KAY BONE ............................ Fulton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.3 S.N'.E.A. 4. JEAN MARIE BOWLES .......,..,...... Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E. WILLIAM AUSTIN BOWDEN .............. Louisville, Ky. B.A. Area in English Alpha Phi Gamma. SANDRA ELAINE BOWMAN .............. Louisville, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Psychology Mathematics Club, Psychology Majors Association. 5. WILLIAM THOMAS BOYLE, JR. ........ Owensboro, Ky. B.A. Business and Agriculture Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Chi. LESLIE LEROY BRADFIELD .......... South Lyon, Mich. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau, Treasurer. STEVEN ALLEN BRENT ...........,.,..,.. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Area in Industrial A-rts Industrial Arts Club. 1. DANA SHARON BREWER ................. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi: Home Economics Club. JAMES B. BRIEN, JR. ...................... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics Pi Kappa Alpha, President: S.A.A.C.S.: Inter-Fraternity Council. DARLENE BRINDLEY ...,.................. Benton, Ky. B.S. Chemistry S.N.E.A.: Baptist Student Union. 2. MILTON LEE BRINDLEY ..........,...... Princeton, Ky. B.A. Biology and Chemistry Beta Beta Beta: Euclidean Mathematics Club. DAVID GENE BROOKS ................... Earlington, Ky. B.S. English and History HAMPTON W. BROOKS ..................... Murray, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club: Alpha Ganuaiat Rho, President: Intramural De- a e. 3. NANCY G. BROOKS .....,.., ............... M urray, Ky. B.S. Biology and Chemistry Beta Beta Beta: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. BETTY LOU BROWN ........... Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. B.S. Business Education and Mathematics Pi Omega Pi, Vice President: Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer: S.N.E.A.: Elizabeth Hall Council, Treasurer: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CRAIG STEPHEN BROWN .,........,... Haddonfield, N.J. B.S. 4. PAT IRVAN BROWN, JR. .................... Hardin, Ky. B.A. Biology Alpha Tau Omega, President, Secretary: Beta Beta Beta, President, Vice President: German Club, President: Alpha Phi Gamma: Man on Campus: Religious Council: Campus Lights: SHIELD, Editor, As- sistant Editor: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1963-64, 1964-65. SALLY JULIA BROWN .......... ..... T ecumseh, Mich. B.S. JOHN THOMAS BRYANT, IH .............. LaGrange, Ga. B.S. Biology Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Chi. 5. RICHARD A. BRYAN ....................... Kokomo, Ind. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsllon Pl Tau. WILLIAM HOGAN BRYAN .........,., Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Pl Kappa Alpha: Inter-Fraternity Council, Treasurer: I.R.C.: Span- ish Club. CHARLOTTE SMITH BRYANT ..,.......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi. 151 Q--w -w m w it Wggggfei Qgsiggfgaag ww gm: A W 3. .qw mx VW 5 :Q me Na- me Qwfff 1. STEPHEN AUSTIN BRYANT .... Jacksonville Beach, Fla B.S. Business and History RICHARD LEE BUCHANAN ................. Melber, Ky. B.S. Social Science S.N.E.A.: The Last Resort: Campus Lights: Baptist Student Union. LINDA BUCY ..,..,.....,............. New Concord, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. 2. EDDY STEVEN SON BULLOCK, JR. .... Hazel Park, Mich. B.S. Mathematics Alpha Phi Omega, President 1963-65. LARRY W. BURGESS ..,....... ...., B enton, Ill. B.S. INEZ RIEKE BURNETT ,..........,........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. International Relations Club: Young Republicans Club, Treasurer. 3. WILLIAM EARL BURNETTE ..,....... ..... F ulton, Ky. B.S. Social Science EDWARD ELLIS BURTON .....,.,.,.... Providence, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Education Phi Beta Lambda: Pi Omega Pi: Intramural Sports. JOY C. BUTLER ...,.....,...,......... Tiptonville, Tenn. B.M.E. Wells Hall Council: Sock and Buskin. 4. EILEEN C. BUSH ...,........... .... ..... P a ducah, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: National Council of Teachers of English. NANCY LEE BUSHART ...............,...,.. Fulton, Ky. B.S. English and Business Young Democrats: Chi Omega. DONALD JAMES BUSHEY , .... .... A shland, Maine B.S. 5. CHARLES JACK BUSSEY ...... ,.... B urna, Ky. B.A. Sigma Chi. ROBERT DOUGLAS BYRD .......,. Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES RAY CAGLE ........,...,.,..... Buchanan, Tenn. B.S. Agriculture 1. EDWINA KAYE CAIN ....................,. Murray, Ky. B.A. Area in Social Science International Relations Club: S.N.E.A. PATRICIA ANN CALKIN ..........,... Burnt Prairie, Ill. B.S. International Relations Club: S.N.E.A.: Baptist Student Union. JUDY K. CAMFIELD ..........,,........ Shelbyville, Ill B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: A.C.E. 2. REX L. CAMFIELD ....................,. Shelbyville, Ill. B.S. Mathematics, Physics, and Industrial Arts Mathematics Club: Physics Club. RICHARD ALLEN CANEER ..........,..... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Administration DONALD WAYNE CANTER ............... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda. 3. ROBERT R. CAREY ................. ..,. L ouisville, Ky. B.S. Art Student Council, President: Ky. Philosophical Society, President. DAVID W. CARLTON ..... ............ M cLeansboro, Ill. B.S. History Pershing Rifles: I.R.C.: Wesley Foundation. JIMMIE J. CARR ...................... ..... C adll, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. 4. GERALD L. CARTER ........................ Murray, Ky. B.S. Area in Science Tau Kappa Epsilon: Campus Lights. KENTON CLARE CARVER ................ Robinson, Ill. B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry Alpha Tau Omega: Distinguished Military Student. DUEHL LANE CASEBIER ................... Cleaton, Ky. B.S. German Club. 5. LILA BLANE CATHEY ,...............,. Nashville, Tenn. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Woods Hall Council: Student Council. PENNY CATLEY ........................,. Neptune, N.J. B.S. Delta Lambda Alpha: Sigma Sigma Sigma: W.A.A.: S.N.E.A.: Var- sity Cheerleader, Captain. ROBERT PRESTON CAYCE ...... ..... H opkinsville, Ky. B.S. 5 . E l l l 1 i 2 I 2. ii? l ie- ws ,, .wifi We , :N is , ii 1 1 eu .if at , .ir i avi ,-I 9 ii , ,zirrzi -...L , Q M 1 in Q in M any 1. SAM CERVERIZZO ..........,..,.,....,... Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S. Business Administration and Economics Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer: Rangers Executive Officer: Phi Beta Lambda: Intramural Sports. ROBERT CRAIG CHAMBERLAIN ..... ,..Elgin, Ill. B.S. Psychology THOMAS MADISON CHEANEY ,......... Henderson, Ky. B.S. History Sigma Chi: Football: Track. 2. MICHAEL E. CHERRY .....,.,. ,........ P rinceton, Ky. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha: Young Democrats Club, President. JOYCE CAROLYN CHILDERS ...,. ..., H untsville, Ala. B.M.E. Sigma Sigma Sigma: Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President: Band: Or- chestra: Choir: Vivace Club: Campus Lights. JUDY CAROL CLARK ...........,.....,.... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club. 3. WILLIAM MORGAN CLARK ..,.......,.,..... Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Pi Kappa Alpha: Euclidean Mathematics Club. JAN DOUGLAS CLIFT ...,..,.. ..,, P rinceton, Ky. B.S. JOHN WAYNE CLINES ..........,........ Uniontown, Ky. B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Kappa Pi. 4. THOMAS DAVID COCKCROFT ......... Presque Isle, Me. B.S. Biology and Physical Education Kappa Delta Pi. CARLOS EDWARD COLE ......,......,....., Sturgis, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Pershing Rities: Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Military Stu- dent: Industrial Arts Club. MIGNON I-IOBBS COLE .,,,.......,,......., Paducah, Ky. B.A. English and History Alpha Omicron Pi: S.N.E.A.: Woods Hall Council. 5. RICHARD WILLIAM COLE ,.....,..,...,. Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.S. English and History MILDRED G. COLEY ......................,... Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education WILLIAM EDWARD COLLIE ...,.. ,......... M urray, Ky. B.A. Baptist Student Union: International Relations Club: Spanish Club: French Club: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 1. ROBERT CLAY COLLINS .,................, Ashland, Ky. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha: S.N.E.A.: Clark Hall, Head Counselor. CAROLYNN YOUNG CONYER ............... Marion, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Mountain Laurel Representa- ' 'lPhlliC il'C sL'ht tive: Woods Hall Councx: an e enc ounc , arnpu ig sg Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. DONALD O. COOK .....,...,.................. Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Industrialcfhgs Club: Euclidian Mathematics u . 2. WAYNE E. COOKSEY ...................... Centralia, Ill. B.S. Area in Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer: Phi Beta Lambda, program commit- tee: Springer Hall, Head Counselor: Young Republicans Club: Man on ampus. KRISTA COOPER .,....4...................4 Murray, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education JOHN WILLIAM CORCORAN ....,.. New Hyde Park, N.Y. B.S. History and General Business Alpha Phi Omega. 3. WILLIAM G. CORK ..,..,,....... ..... M ishawaka, Ind. B.S. JERRY R. CORNERS ....................,.. Centralia, Ill. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club: Alpha Gamma Rho. SAMUEL E. CORYELL ...............,..,... Paducah, Ky. B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha: A Cappella Choir: Madrigals: Opera Workshop: Campus Lights: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 4. CHARLES NATHAN COWAN, JR. ......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. NOLAN EARL CRANE ..... ,..,.... ........ S t . Louis, Mo. B.S. Psychology Psychology Majors Association. GEORGE R. CRAWFORD ................ Greenwood, Ind. B.A. History 5. THOMAS EDWARD CRAWFORD ....... Somerville, Tenn. B.S. Varsity Football: Intramural Sports. ROBERT LADSON CROSS ................... Olmsted, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education Tau Kappa Epsilon: S.N.E.A. JERRY ALLEN CRUSE . .................... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Pi Kappa Alpha. i l '2. L Vu? 1. ROBERT E. CUNDIFF, SR. ..,......,,...., Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Physics and Mathematics Sigma Pi Sigma: Scabbard anddB1z?de: Distinguished Military Stu- en . ROBERT ALLEN CUNNINGHAM ....,...... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry Pi Kappa Alpha: Euclidean Mathematics Club. DAVID LEE CURRO ,......,., .,....,..... R ochester, N.Y. B.S. History and Physical Education I.R.C.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Varsity Football. 2. LELAND PAUL DALE ........ . . . I .... West Frankfort, Ill. B.S. Industrial Arts Club. RAYMOND ANTHONY DAHRANGE ....... Neptune, N.J. B.S. SARA ALICE DAME .... ,.,......,... D awson Springs, Ky. B.A. Art Kappa Pi: Kappa Delta Pi: N.A.E.A. 3. GAYLE DANIEL ....,.......,...,...........,. Burna, Ky. B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iota: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Vivace Club: Campus Lights. NANCY SUE DANIELS ....... ,...,.,. . . . Paducah, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: A.C.E. DAVID ALLEN DARNALL ....,,,........,.,. Benton, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Varsity Baseball: S.A.A.C.S. 4. JOHN J. DARNALL .,,........,.,. .... M urray, Ky. B.M.E. ADOLPHUS MERRELL DAVIS ............... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and History Pi Kappa Alpha. GWEN M. DAVIS .,................. ..... P aducah, Ky. B.S. Pi Omega Pi. 5. SUSAN K. DAVIS .,............,.,...,.... Arlington, Ky. B.S. A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Rifle Team: Ranger Sweetheart. SONIA HENRIETTA DAVIS ................ Grayville, Ill. - B.S. Home Economics Majorctte: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Homecoming Queen Attendant, 1962-63, 1964-65: Body Beautiful Finalist: Glamour Best Dressed Finalist: Junior Class Secretary: Sigma Chi Sweetheart: SHn:i.n Queen semi-finalist. BERNARD GOLDMAN DECKER, JR. . ....... Murray, Ky. B.S. History and Physical Education Pi Kappa Alpha: International Relations Club: Newman Club. 1. VERA D. DeHAVEN .....,..,............. Providence, Ky. B.S. International Relations Club. FRANK M. DeSHEPLO .............,... Long Branch, N.J. B.S. Physical Education Sigma Chi. DAVID RAY DISNEY .,..,...,....,... ..,.. M uddy, Ill. B.S. Industrial Arts Club. 2. PATSY ANN DIXON .,...,....,..,........, Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: Young Democrats Club. CARMEN VICTOR DONOFRIO ....,..... Wanamassa, N.J. B.S. Sigma Chi: Phi Beta Lambda. ROBERT EUGENE DOTY ............,,...... St. Elmo, Ill. B.S. Physical Education and Industrial Arts Varsity Track. 3. DIANNE Downy .,,.........,.,.,......,.,. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Young Republicans Club: Cheerleader: Panhellenic Council. J UDITH ANN DOWDY ...,.......,,..,. Madisonville, Ky. l B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iota: Vivace Club: Campus Lights: A Cappella Choir. CLINTON EDWARD DRENNAN .....,.... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Area in Social Science Euclidian Mathematics Club: Rifle Team: Pistol Team: International Relations Club. 4. MARY JO DRISKILL ,.,....,...... .... M urray, Ky. B.S. Beta Beta Beta. THEODORE ALLEN DUCK ......,.......... Hanover, Pa. B.S. Pershing Rifles: Distinguished Military Student. B.S. English and History Alpha Omicron Pi: Junior Panhellenic Council, Vice President: Panhellenic Council, President: Mrs. Murray State, Finalist, 1963. MARILYN ELAINE DUGAN ............ Indianapolis, Ind. 5. MICHAEL THOMAS DUGAN, II ......... Indianapolis, Ind. B.S. History and Political Science Man on Campus: I.R.C.: Young Democrats Club: Inter-Fraternity Council: Ky.-Tenn. Region, U.S.N.S.A., Vice President: Sigma Chi, President: Religious Council: Student Council. CALVIN H. DUNCAN ...... . ,.,.. .... P aducah, Ky. B.S. GERALD J. DUNCAN ..........,........... Wixom, Mich. B.A. Business and Physical Education Pi Kappa Alpha: Sophomore Class Treasurer: Student Council, Junior Representative. pk Z . W V, :gl fm ' jig. ag. f 2 Vila ' I "' q-.- in .wil Q ,B . a.,ff,,33N1gx3j:. 1 .' lglkwmm !1'ii,f'?i" 1' gi' :Qu ' 91 1" "'i HI 1 - i r :....,......L, '35 3. ff Hts ,FQ Stir .ag 4:7 1. CAROLYN PIPER DURDEN ...,,............ Clinton, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and Secretarial Science Sigma Sigma Sigma: Pi Omega Pi. RONALD F. DUVALL ,..................... Detroit, Mich. B.S. Business and Physical Education Phi Beta Lambda. VVILL ED EASLEY ........,............,... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Psychology Phi Kappa Taug Psychology Majors Association, President. 2. BOBBY J. EDWARDS ..........,.. .... s r. Joseph, Ky. B.S. Epsilon Pi Tau. ANITA KAY EKLUND ............,.......,. Rockford, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.1 A.C.E. CHARLES E. ELDRIDGE .......,............ Murray, Ky. B.A. Biology and Chemistry Beta Beta Beta, Vice President, Pledgemasterg S.A.A.C.S.: Sigma Chi, Editor, Scholarship Chairman: Interfraternity Council, Vice Presidentg German Club, Secretary: The Last Resortg Intramural Debateg Snmnn, sports editor: Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. 3. GEORGE T. ELDRIDGE ................ East Chicago, Ind. B.S. Public Accounting DON ROBERT ELKINS ,....... . . ..... Metropolis, Ill. B.S. DONALD MERRILL ELLIOTT .........,....... Carmi, Ill. B.S. Business Administration 4. GAYLE ELAINE EMBREE ......, ..... E lizabethtown, Ill. B.S. Women's Athletic Association. FRANCIS GEORGE EMMONS .....,....,... Neptune, N.J. B.S. Elementary Education and Geography Alpha Tau Omega: S.N.E,A.3 A.C.E.3 Pershing Rifles: Rifle Team. LARRY LEE ENGLE .,............ .... L incoln, Ill. B.S. 5. JAMES G. ERICKSON . .,.,.....,.,....... Coraopolis, Fla. B.A. Sigma Chi: Scabbard and Bladeg Richmond Hall, Head Counselor. EDWARD R. ERKMAN ..,........... B.S. Scabbard and Blade. BILLY N. ESTES .............,...... .... M urray, Ky B.S. Sigma Lambda Iota. . . . .Carmi, Ill. 1. JOSEPH ESTES ,..A., ........ ,,... .... , . . Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega: Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Club: Phi Beta Lambda. PAMELA LEEPER ESTES ..... .... ...... P a ducah, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Alpha Omicron Pi. SHARON GAIL EVANS .............., Anchorage, Alaska B.S. Art Kappa Pi: National Art Fraternity: Home Economics Club. 2. NASH ADIB FARES ,.,..,,.. ....,.......,... M urray, Ky. B.S. Math, History Alpha Phi Omega. MEREDITH GAIL FARLEY ............,..... Murray, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. THOMAS MICHAEL FAUGHN ...,..... Union City, Tenn. B.S. Rifle Team: Chorus, I.R.C.: N.C.T.E.: S.N.E.A. 3. SANDRA FAYE FEARS .....,....,.,........, Murray, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. TOMMIE DEAN F EHRENBACHER .... .... O lney, Ill. B.S. JAMES B. FELTS ..,...,,..,...,....,..... Louisville, Ky. . . . . . . B.S. Biologyg English 4. MARGARET JOY FENTRESS ,... .,.., H Opkinsville, Ky. B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chairman, Recording Sec.: A.C.E., Vice Pres.: S.N.E.A.: Campus Favorite: Student Council: SHIELD Queen Finalist, Attendant to Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. NEAL TALMADGE FENTRESS ......... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Chemistry: Math ELEANOR M. GERGERSON .,..............,. Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education: English Kappa Delta Pig A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Sigma Sigma Sigma. 5. LINDA SUE FERGUSON .............,..,.. Arlington, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education FRANCES KAY FIELDS .......,....,......, Hickman, Ky. B.A. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. JAMIE LYNN FIELDS .................. .... W ingo, Ky. B.S. History: English Lambda Iota Tau. me Q- tem i K, ,iz 5 . '2, 1'9" N-Y' it 1. JANET FAYE FIELDS ...,....,...,........... Paris, Tenn. B.A. Young Republicans Clubg Phi Beta Lambda. WALT A. FISHER .................,...,... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Administration PATRICK JAMES FLAHERTY ........ .... L orain, Ohio B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha, President. 2. BEVERLY FAITH FLEMING ....,. ,..... N ew York, N.Y. B.A. Alpha Sigma Alpha, membership directorg Thoroughbred Hour Staff: Panhellenic Council. WILLIAM THOMAS FOWLER .... .... M adisonville, Ky. B.S. STEVE CLARK FOUST ,........ ...,.,...... . Murray, Ky. B.S. Accounting and Mathematics Sigma Lambda Iota, Vice President: Scabbard and Bladeg Distin- guished Military Student. 3. FRED FRANKLIN FOX . ...., . ........... Providence, Ky. B .S . Intramural Sports. JULIA INEZ FRAZIER ..,......,.......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Euclidian Mathematics Club: Intramural Tennis. MARY LOU FRAZIER ........,.............. Ashland, Ill. B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iotag A Cappella Choir. 4. JIMMIE LEE FREDERICK ...,........,,, Providence, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. JOHN O. FRENCH . ................. ....,.... P aris, Tenn. B.S. I.R.C.: Distinguished Military Student. BEN DAVID FUQUA ..,................. Farmington, Ky. B.S. Agriculture 5. DOUGLAS FUQUA ...................... Whitesville, Ky. B.A. Biology and Chemistry Beta Beta Beta: S.A.A.C.S.g Euclidian Mathematics Clubg German Clubg I.R.C.g Religious Council: Christian Student Center: Alpha Phi Omegag Young Democrats. ANNIE M. FUTRELL ....................... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigmag S.N.E.A.g A.C.E.g Thoroughbred Hour. RONALD GENE GALEMORE ............. Charleston, Mo. B.S. Industrial Arts 1. TELLUS M. GALLIMORE ...,.... ..... P uryear, Tenn. B.S. DIANNA CAROL GALLOWAY ............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Pi Omega Pig Math Club, Phi Beta Lambda. ROBERT BARRY GAMBLE ,...........,..... Chicago, Ill. Alpha Phi Omega, First Vice President, Treasurerg Intramural Football. 2. WILLIAM ROY GARRARD .......... ..., P oole, Ky. B.S. Epsilon Pi Tau. STEPHEN C. GARROIT ............,......... St. Ann, Mo. B.S. Business Sigma Chi: Phi Beta Lambda: Last Resort. BOITNOIT GENTRY JR. ...,...,...., Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Psychologyg Biology Campus Lights: Phi Mu Alpha. 3. BOBBIE J. GEURIN .......,...... ..... M urray, Ky. B.S. MICHAEL RUDOLPH GIRARD ......,...... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha: Phi Beta Lambda. EMILY M. GLASS ....,........,..,....,., Huntsville, Ala. B .M .E . Alpha Omicron Pi. 4. MAURICE JAMES GLASS JR. .,..... Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Scabbard and Blade. DAVID GLAZEBROOK ..,.........,..,,. Morganfield, Ky. B.S. History, Political Science Agriculture Club: I.R.C. THOMAS ANDREW GLOVER ............. Henderson, Ky. B.S. Varsity Football. 5. ELIZABETH BELLE GODDARD .... West Palm Beach, Fla. B.S. Art Kappa Pi Art Fraternity. PHYLLIS ANN GOHEEN ,.......,....... Calvert City, Ky. B.S. A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. MARTY ALEX GOODE ..,.................. Fairdale, Ky. B.S. Business 4 4 v 2 E 9.61 1. MARGARET ANNE GORDON ....,....... Nashville, Tenn. B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iota, Sergeant at Arms: Campus Lightsg Vivace Clubg A Cappella Choir. VICTORIA E. GOUGH .........,....,..... Winchester, Ky. B.A. Elementary Education WILLIAM G. GOURLEY ..,..... ...,. B rookport, I11. B.S. Radio Club. 2. WILLIAM V. GRAF ......,......,............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Area in Art MARK L. GRAHAM .................... Fort Wayne, Ind. B.S. Physical Education Varsity Basketball: Pi Kappa Alpha RONNIE D. GRANT ....,....,......... Valley Station, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and Biology 3. JIMMY LEE GREEN ............... .... F umm, Ky. B.S. JOSEPH F. GREENWAY ..,.,......... Caruthersville, Mo. B.S. Business Administration SUE E. GREENWAY ................... Caruthersville, Mo, B.S. Elementary Education 4. WILLIAM SAMUEL GREENWELL ....,. Morganfield, Ky. v ' B.S. Business Administration NINA KAY GREGORY ............ .... E lizabethtown, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Ordway Hall, President: A.C.E.g Wesley Foundation. REBECCA ANN GREGSON .................. Paris, Tenn. B.S. Elementary Education 5. RITA ANN GRIFFIN ............,..,...... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Business Education S.N.E.A.: Phi Beta Lambda. PETER GUDAUSKAS ........,.... ..,.. C incinnati, Ohio B.S. GENEVA R. GUINN ..,.......,.,...,....,., Cerulean, Ky. B.A. Elementary Education 1. GEORGE RAY GUNTER .....,....,........... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Alpha Tau Omega: Industrial Arts Club: Citizens Band Radio Club. RICHARD B. HABERMEL .............. Jeffersonville, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Tau Omega, President: Student Council, Senior Representa- tive: Class Assembly: Inter-Fraternity Council: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Man on Campus. WILLIAM EARL HACKLER ....,.......... Mt. Carmel, Ill, B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice Presidlelntg: Inter-Fraternity Council, Presi- en . 2. ANITA KAYE HAGEDORN ..,......,....... Grayville, Ill. B.S. Health and Physical Education Women's Athletic Association: Gatorettes. TED HALE .............,....,.............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Varsity Golf. JANE PARIS HALL ............,............. Sturgis, Ky. B.S. Business Education Pi Omega Pi, President: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 3. JOHN HALLEN ........,........... .... M urray, Ky. B.S. Phi Beta Lambda. HARRY JAY HAMILTON ,............... .Earlington, Ky. B.A. Chemistry and Mathematics Euclidean Mathematics Club: S.A.A.C.S.: Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. MARTHA ANN HAMILTON ................ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart. 4. MARY ELAINE HAMILTON ........... West Paducah, Ky. B.A. English and History International Relations Club: Stlring and Symphonic Orchestra: Rifle eam. LOUIS M. HARDMAN, JR. .........,..... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Pershing Rides: Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Lambda Iota: 1964 S1-xuzrn, Business Manager: 1963 SHIELD, Assistant Business Manager. SAM ROLLAND HARDY ..........,..,...... Chico, Calif. B.S. Elementary Education and History 5. JOYCE HARGIS ..,.,..............,......... Murray, Ky. B.S. Biology and Chemistry Euclidean Mathematics Club, Secretary: Beta Beta Beta: S.A.A.C.S.: Marching Band. CAROL JOHNSTON HARMON ...........,.. Murray, Ky. B.S. Alpha Phi Gamma: Lambda Iota Tau: Kappa Delta Pi: Dames Club: The College News. CHARLES RAYMOND HARMON ........... Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Club. 1. JUDITH G. HARRIS ...,......,.............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. STEPHEN LAWRENCE HARRIS . . . , . . .Murray, Ky. B.S. Business PATRICIA ANN HARRISON ......,.... Brussels, Belgium B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart Attendant. 2. ROBERT EDWIN HARRY .,.,.,...... ,..... M urray, Ky. B.S. Sigma Lambda Iota: Pi Kappa Alpha. JOEL DONOVAN HART ..,,...,.....,... Washington, Ind. B.S. History Alpha Tau Omega: l.R.C.: Young Democrats. OSCAR ROY HARTMANN .........,. ,... M urray, Ky. B.S. Chemistry Rangers. 3. CAROL RUTH HAWBECKER .,............... Aurora, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education Young Republicans: Wells Council, Elizabeth Hall Council, Presi- dent: Lutheran Students. MARY FRANCES HAYES ......,....,....,.. Kuttawa, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. YYONNE R. HAYES .,.....,...,...,. ,.... P aducah, Ky. B.A. English 4. JAMES W. HAYNES .,................. ..... F ulton, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Club: Alpha Gamma Rho, Historian: Debate Team: Citizen Band Radio Club: Interfraternity Council. DAVID G. HEARN ...,.,.,.......,....... Morganfield, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Pi Kappa Alpha: Industrial Arts Club: Vets Club. KENNETH M. HEATH ,.....,... ............ M ayfield, Ky B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club: Rifle Team. 5. PATRICA CAROL HEFLIN ......,........,. Paducah, Ky B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. JERRY E. HENDON .....,,.....,.,.,......... Murray, Ky B.S. Chemistry, Math S.A.A.C.S., President: Scabbard and Blade, First Lt.: S.S.A.I.P.: Freshman Chemistry Award: Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, 1963 and 1964: SHIELD Editor, Assist- ant Editor. Photography Editor. ROBERT J. V. HENNING JR. ....,,,....,.. Hollywood, Fla B.S. History and English Lambda Chi Alpha: International Relations Club. 1. THOMAS ROY HENRY ................,..,... Sebree, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Scabbard and Blade: Industrial Arts Club: Alpha Tau Omega. ALLEN M. HENSON ......,...........,...... Benton, Ky. B.M.E. Campus Lights Writer: Phi Mu Alpha: Phi Mu Alpha Dance Band Vocalist: Male Quartet: A Cappella Choir: Glee Club: Baseball: Campus Lights: Phi Mu Alpha Pledge Class President. BILLIE GENE HENSON ..,l.l.............,. Paducah, Ky. B.A. History Young Democrats Club: Internatiorgal Relations Club: Alpha Omi- CFOH 1. 2. SHIRLEY L. HENSON ...,..,........,...... Kuttawa, Ky. B.S. Mathematics Alpha Gamma, Secretary and Treasurer: Feature and News editor of the College Newspaper: Mathematics Club. SUE WOODS HERMANN ..,....... ..... M urray, Ky. B.S. Art CLARENCE WOODROW HERNDON .,....... Murray, Ky. B.S. Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade: Pi Kappa Alpha. 3. PAUL N. HERRON .............,.......... Henderson, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: Phi Beta Lambda. ROBERT CARROL HERRON ........,.....,...., Clay, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Math Math Club: Amateur Radio Club: S.A.A.C.S. JERRY PRICE HIBNER ............ ,... F armington, Mo. B.S. Phi Beta Lambda. 4. HAROLD EUGENE HIGGINS ..........., Burnsville, N.C. B.S. Agriculture International Relations: Agriculture Club. NANCY ELIZABETH HILL , .............. Bardstown, Ky. B.S. History A Cappella Choir: S.N.E.A. TOMMIE DEE HILL .......,....,... .... M urfay, Ky. B.S. Epsilon Pi Tau. 5. SHARON JANE HILLIARD ...,......,,.., Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.S. Business Education JOAN E. HILTON ,............ ............ , Frankfort, Ky. B.S. THOMAS MAURICE HINES ..,............ La Canter, Ky. Alpha Tau Omega: S.A.A.C.S. i i C I w w 1 t li Si 2. 1. MARTHA M. HINTON ....,..,.,. . .... Madisonville, Ky B.S. KENNETH ALAN HIRSH ...................,. Hardin, Ky. B.S. Biology and Chemistry Christian Student Foundation: S.A.A.C.S.: Beta Beta Beta. NANCY LOUISE HILT ...,.,........,.,.... Louisville, Ky. B.A. Business Young Republicans Club: I.R.C.: Spanish Club. 2. J UDITH ANN HODGE ..,..,...,...... ....... M arion, Ky. B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota: Kappa Omicron Phi. BARBARA ALLEN HOLLOWAY ..... ..... M ayfield, Ky. B.S. Business Pi Omega Pi. JAMES EUGENE HOLMES ......,....., Madisonville, Ky. B.M.E. 3. JULIAN DONALD HOLT .,.,..........,. Morganfield, Ky. B.S. Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology WILMA GENE HOOK .......,...,...... West Paducah, Ky. B.A. English Alpha Sigma Alpha: College News: Religious Council: S.N.E.A.: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. RICHARD L. HOPPER ......,.,............ Princeton, Ky. B.S. History and English Phi Mu Alpha: I.R.C. 4. CHARLES G. HORNUNG .................. Louisville, Ky. B.S. Area in Social Science Thoroughbred Hour, Program Director: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Inter- Fraternity Council, Sergeant at Arms: Wesley Foundation. LINDA JEAN HOUSLEY ,.......... .,... ,...... K e vu, Ky. B.A. Biology and Mathematics Delta Lambda Alpha: Sigma Sigma Sigma. DAVID LYNN HOWELL .............. ...... F ulton, Ky. B.S. Chemistry Alpha Gamma Rho: Agriculture Club. 5. DAVID FRANK HUDSON ,...... Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. B.A. History and English Intemational Relations Club. CAROL JEAN HUFFAKER ,......., .... M onticello, Ky. B.S. Alpha Sigma Alpha. LARRY SHAYNE HUMPHRIES .........,., Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics Pi Kappa Alpha: S.A.A.C.S.: Euclidean Mathematics Club. 1. EDDY K. HUNT ...................,......,. Paducah, Ky B.S. General Business Pi Kappa Alpha. JOHN W. HUTSON .......................... Murray, Ky. B.S. Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominee: S.S.A.I.P.3 S.A.A.C.S.: Eu- clidean Mathematics Clubp Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. JOHN KEITH HYNEMAN ,......, . . .,.... Hazleton, Ind B.S. 2. FRANK C. INGRAM ................,........ Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Citizens Band Radio Club: Industrial Arts Club. SARALYN INGRAM ..................,.. Owensboro, Ky B.A. S.N.E.A.g Alpha Beta Alpha, Vice President: Wesley Foundation. TERRY IRWIN .... ..,.......... ..,. P r inceton, Ky B.S. 3. CHARLES WILLIAM JACKSON ,... .,.. C larksville, Ind. B.S. DENNIS M. JACKSON ,,...... , ......,....... Murray, Ky. B.S. History and Physical Education Varsity football and track. MARILYN RUTH JACKSON .....,......., Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Medical Technology Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart, 1963-64. 4. JANIE R. JACOBS ...,.,........,.....,... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. RONALD J. JERRELS ............,, ..... S parks Hill, Ill. B.S. Phi Beta Lambda. DEAN H. JOHANNES ..,.......,....... Rocky Ford, Colo. B.A. Kappa Pi: N.A.E.A. 5. THOMAS RINEHART JOHNS ............. Lexington, Ky. B.S. Business Administration JAMES H. JOHNSON .................,.....,. Niles, Mich. B.S. Psychology Psychology Majors Association: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain: Junior Class Treasurer: Varsity Cross Country: Man on Campus. RUSSEL LINDSEY JOHNSON ............... Murray, Ky. B.S. History and English Scabbard and Blade, 2nd Lt. l l 2. NVQ! I Qs EE 33 E any sw sf , M iw "' i -5335? WEE : ,X we is -.sg ,... it-mm I as vpn: 1 STEPHEN ALLEN JOHNSON .... .... C anton, Ill. B.A. VAUGHN P. JOHNSON ..................... Robinson, Ill. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau. GENE P. JONES .... ,.........,.....,.....,. P aducah, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Administration Intramural Sports. 2. JO ANNA JONES .......................,.. Trenton, Tenn. B.S. Area in Art Kappa Pi. President: S.N.A.E.A.g S.N.E.A.: Wells Hall Council, Vice President: Elizabeth Hall Council, Social Chairman: Religious Coun- cilg Wesley Foundationg Riiie Teiamg National Rehabilitation As- socia ion. JOHN CARL JONES .,.................. ..., F ulton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau. JUDITH MOORE JONES ..,..,.......... ..,. F umm, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. 3. LOUIS A. JONES ,..., .................. , ,Mt. Vernon, I11. B.S. Business Administration and Accounting Pi Kappa Alpha: Varsity Baseball. ROBERT LINN JONES ....,.......,...,.... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics SUSAN NEIL KAUFMAN ................. Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.S. Physical Education and Secretarial Science Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chag'RaEkWomen's Athletic Associationg 4. ARTHUR DAVID KEITH .,...,.. ..... N ortonville, Ky. B.S. JAMES PAUL KELLY ..,....... .... E ldorado, Ill. B.S. JERRE J. KENNEDY ...................... Richmond, I.nd. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.I S.N.E.A. 5. RALPH DONALD KERN ,.....,. ...,...,. M t. Sterling, Ky. B.S. Alpha Phi Omega: Phi Beta Lambda. GLENDA JOYCE KESTERSON ............,., Benton, Ky. B.S. A.C.E.g Kappa Delta Pig S.N.E.A.g Wesley Foundation. JAMES MARTIN KILBRETH ..... ,..,..... M etropolis, Ill B.S. Mathematics Tau Kappa Epsilon: S.N.E.A.3 Varsity Cross Country. 1. GEORGE ROBERT KINCHELOE ,..4..., Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Business Pi Kappa Alpha. Treasurer: Franklin Hall, Head Counselor. CAROL LEE KING ..................... Brandenburg, Ky. B.A. English and Library Science Newman Club. GENE W. KING .... ............ ..... M u rray, Ky. B.S. 2. MARY FRANCES KING .....,.......,...... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education SHARON JOAN KINGCADE .......,........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education JERRY O. KINGTON ...... .............. M organfield, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Sigma Lambda Iota, President: SHIELD, Business Manager, Assistant Business Manager: Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. 3. JAMES OLIVER KIRK ,...................... Marion, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho: Agriculture Club. ANN E. KIRKWOOD ..,..................,. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.. President: A.C.E. JUDITH A. KNOTT ............., .... P aducah, Ky. B.S. A.C.E. 4. GARY STANLEY KONCZAL .... ...... R ochester, Mich. B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Beta Lambda: Young Republicans Club. WALTER MICHAEL KOPACZ ..,............, Hazlet, N.J. B.S. Marketing Tau Kappa Epsilon: Young Republicans Club. KENNETH D. KORTE ............... ..... M etropolis, Ill. B.S. Agriculture Club. 5. JAMES WARREN KRAMER ,.... .... G ulfport, Miss. B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha. FRANK J. KRAUTHEIM ........ Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. B.S. Elementary Education Phi Mu Alpha. EVERETT VICTOR KUBU ............... Manasquan, N.J. B.S. Physical Education Sigma Chi: Varsity Football. Q? gn-lisa-Hr in w w , iz. Y Ci aj- : ws. .. iliiiii x in . . . , nigga .. 1 T :airs ew.. 1- 1. '2. EQ4fA'Z,f I' H -PF' .J 3 " r ZR fb, N JP" pig 4 1. P5 E-x if 4-5 .,. V. if E I in . ?f 3-we Q-if EF 3 :sup Ai, E 1. KENNETH MICHAEL LAMB .............. Evansville, Ind B.S. Agriculture Sigma Chi. CARLISLE LANCASTER ................... Somerset, Ky. B.S. English Alpha Epsilon Rho: Sigma Chi: A Cappella Choir: Campus Lights. JANET F. LANDOLT ........... ,............ M urray, Ky. B.S. History Sigma Sigma Sigma: Young Democrats Club: College News: Phi Beta Lambda. 2. LYNETTE LASSITER .,...,.,..............., Murray, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology DANIEL D. LEE .....,.,...,...... Avon-By-The-Sea, N.J. B.S. History and Physical Education Sigma Chi. JAMES ROBERT LEE ...,...,...........,... Murray, Ky. B.S. Physical Education Pi Kappa Alpha. 3. JANICE CAROL LEE ....................... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.Z S.N.E.A. GEORGE RICHARD LEFLER .......,.,. .,.., H ayti, Mo. B.S. Sigma Chi, Secretary: The Last Resort. JAMES WILSON LEGG ,........,....,....., Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Veterans Club: German Club. 4. BETTYE ROBIN LEIGH ....,.,....,.,...... Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics KATHRYN ANN LENZ ...., ....,.. .... S p ringfield, 111. B.S. A.C.E-C S.N.E.A. ALICE LEPSIS ........................,... Metropolis, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E. 5. PENNY LESTER ,..,...,.,....,..........,,.... Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E., Secretary: S.N.E.A.: Senior Class Secretary: Sigma Sigma Sigma, President: Young Democrats Club: Panhellenic Council: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. DAVID ARTHUR LeTOURNEUR .,..,,....... Murray, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. LANA POINDEXTER LEWIS .,.............. Clinton, Ky. B.S. Art Baptist Student Union: S.N.A.E.A.: Dames Club. 1. JANET EILEEN LIKE ........,.......,...... Kirksey, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi, President, Outstanding Memberg Home Eco- nomics Club. EDDIE RAY LINK ..,........., ..... S laughters, Ky. B.S. BOB TREAS LONG . .,,...............,,..,.. Benton, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Physics Sigma Lambda Iota. 2. TOMMIE DAVID LOVE .............,.,.. Cox's Creek, Ky. B.S. Business Administration TERRY OWEN LOWE ...........,........... Murray, Ky. B.S. Area in Science Kappa Sigma. RONALD C. LUCAS .......,....,.........,... Benton, Ky. B .S . International Relations Club. 3. DAVID WAYNE LYNN .................,... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Sigma Lambda Iota. BEVERLY SUE MCCOLLOCH ..........,... Bismarck, Mo. B.M.E. A Cappella Choirg Vivace Club: Dames Club. JOSEPH MILES McCORKLE ...,...,.... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and History 4. LEWIS WAYNE McCORKLE .,....,..... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. History and Business Phi Beta Lambda: Baptist Student Union. RACHEL PEEK McCORKLE .............. Dycusburg, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E. FREEDA NOEL McCUISTON ,........ . . .Buchanan, Tenn. B.S. Area in Business Administration Pi Omega Pig Phi Beta Lambda. 5. JOHNNY D. McDOUGAL .................... Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Sigma Lambda Iota. ROBERT H. MCGAUGHEY, III ........... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.A. History College News, Sports Editor. Advertising Manager, Business Man- ager: Pi Kappa Alpha: Varsity Baseball: Distinguished Military ' ' ' tr mur S orts' Who's Who Student, Spanish Club, I.R.C., In a al p , Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT LAWTON MCQUADY, JR. ........ Louisville, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology S.A.A.C.S.g Tau Kappa Epsilon. q is eggs K . ...Skt .mr vas? ,satin t 5 .Q 7.71 Wm? 171-1 any E . iii - we Frm: , ?b 5, 1. JOAN CAROLYN MACIDULL , ....,...... Annandale, Va B.A. Beta Beta Beta: French Club. TOM SMITH MADDOX ...,..........,..., Owensboro, Ky B.S. Chemistry and Biology Pi Kappa Alpha: S.A.A.C.S.: German Club, President. WALTER J. MAEDEKER .................. Metropolis, Ill B.S. English 2. VIRGINIA MAHAN ........ ,.., .,.... ,..,... M a y field, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: S.N.E.A.: Sophomore Class Secretary: A.C.E.: Religious Council: Panhellenic Council, Secretary. KATHLEEN MAHONEY .,............,. chappaqua, N.Y. B.S. Physical Education and Library Science Womcn's Athletic Association, President, Vice President: S.N.E.A.: Alpha Beta Alpha, President. WILLIAM CHARLES MANIS ........., West Frankfort, Ill. B.S. Physical Education and History 3. HILDA MARIE MANNING .,.,........., Calvert City, Ky. B.S. Area in English S.N.E.A. WILLIAM MARSH ....,.,.,,.,...,.....,. Mortonville, Pa. B.S. Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega: Agriculture Club. GEORGE H. MARTIN ................ ........ N ebo, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club: Young Democrats Club. 4. HANNAH FAYE MASON ...........,.,,.,.. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Varsity Cheerleader: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Young Democrats Club: Freshman Cheerleader. SAMMY MAX MASON ...,,...,,........... Crossville, Ill. B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry Sigma Chi! S.A.A.C.S. HOWARD MATHIS ,....,,...... .,.,......... B enton, Ky. B.S. Biology and Chemistry 5. MYRA KAY MATHENEY ,..,. .......... M adisonville, Ky B.A. English and History Alpha Omicron Pi, Public Relations Chairman: Woods I-Iall Coun- cil, Vice President, Social Chairman: International Relations Club: SHIELD Staff: French Club. JOHN PHILLIP MAYFIELD ...... .... C ayce, Ky B.S. S.A.A.C.S. SUE ANN MAYS ....,.....,..........., Hopkinsville, Ky B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.2 S.N.E.A. 1. JOHN MERCER MEARNS . ................ Oakhurst, N.J. B.S. Business Administration Sigma Chi: Pershing Riflesg Phi Beta Lambda. ROBERT WARREN MELAIK ,......,...,...... Eureka, I11. B.S. Business and History Tau Kappa Epsilon. SUSAN LYN MENSER ...........,.., Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. English and History 2. JAMES V. MEOLA .,........,..... ,.... A sbury Park, N.J. B.S. Sigma Chi. KENNETH MEREDITH ................... Bee Spring, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Physical Education S.A.A.C.S.: Varsity Baseball. DAVID HENDRICK MILLER ...,............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. 3. GARRY DICKIE MILLER .,... . ....... Lincoln Park, Mich. B.S. S.N.E.A.p Psychology Majors Association. JIMMY C: MILLER ...........,.....,......... Hardin, Ky. B.S. Speech and Business Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman: Phi Beta Lambda: Baptist Student Union. ROBERT C. MILLER ,........................ Lincoln, Ill. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Phi Theta Kappa. 4. RUTH ANN MILLER .,............ .... O wensboro, Ky. B.S. CHARLES ERWIN MINOR ........... Cape Girardeau, Mo. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. JAMES VICTOR MITCHELL ................ Paducah, Ky. , B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry S.A.A.C.S.: Euclidean Mathematics Club. 5. RONALD W. MITCHELL .........,,..........., Cadiz, Ky. B.A. Chemistry and Mathematics MARLENE ANN MITTERER ................. Ulysses, Pa. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.C S.N.E.A. ALVIN CHARLES MIX, JR. ......... .... M arion, Ky. B.S. Art - ii 'ii -- H H-34 W ' :T "LEC iiaif'-'wif :E- 'Q in il 2' ' fini' l . i-Q13 i 1 .iii usrtwm Q. We Magi. 2, . ' 1 A i S7 nf' ,QELM 'aw P5 'N is i ai gi I5 Zi' 'iiagiwww ya.. X ii. ix .im I .1i.. , , li ,wi is l 1, 5 if it i. H Ula reef Ni llllluwumxx W l. MARTIN RAY MONTGOMERY .......,...,.. Murray, Ky B.S. Area in Social Science S.N.E.A.g I.R.C. PATRICIA SUE MONTGOMERY .....,..,.,.... Olney, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. BILLY ALFRED MOORE .....,.. .... R ock Hill, Mo. B.S. 2. DONALD LYNN MOORE .......,,..,.. Lawrenceburg, Ky. B.S. History and Biology FRANK MOORE, JR. ..,.........,,.....,...,. Fulton, Ky. B.S. Kappa Delta Pi. RONNIE C. MOORE ..,.,.,....,........... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Sigma Chig S.N.E.A.g Sophomore Class Treasurer. 3. REBA CAROL MORELAND oo......, o.o.. M ayaeid, Ky. B.S. A.C.E.3 S.N.E.A. LARRY EN OCH MORGAN ..,............... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Psychology Majors Associationg Euclidean Mathematics Club. MARION MICHAEL MORGAN ......,.,.,..,. Benton, Ky. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha: Sigma Pi Sigmag Euclidean Mathematics Club. 4. DONALD LEROY MORRIS ........,.,......,, Elyria, Ohio B.S. Chemistry and Biology SUE G. MORRIS .,......,...... ...... B enton, Ky. B.S. Elementary . 11. A.C.E. VICKI SUE MORRISON . ,..,,...,....,., . , . , Senora, Ky. B.S. Psychology Psychology Majors Association. 5. THOMAS B. MORRISSEY . , . ,.......... .,.. C hicago, Ill. B.S. I.R.C.g Newman Club: Young Democrats Club. ROBERT N. MORSE ,...,... ..........,.... P rinceton, Ky. B.A. Chemistry and Mathematics S.A.A.C.S.7 Euclidean Mathematics Clubg German Club: Young Re- publicans Club. MIKE L. MOSS .. ..,...........,.. ..... B enton, Ill. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha. 1. SUSAN P. MUNDAY ...........,....... ,,.. . .Murray, Ky. B.S. I.R.C.: Women's Athletic Association, Publicity Chairman: Christian Student Center. CHARLES R. MURPHY ,...,.,.. ..., H ickman, Ky. B.S. WILLIAM D. MURPHY ............,,...... Lafayette, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Pi Kappa Alpha. Chaplain: Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Military Student: S.A.A.C.S.: Student Council: Religious Council: Man on Campus. 2. RONALD LEE MURRAY ..,..... .,... B uckner, Ill. B.S. WILLIAM DUNCAN MURRAY .......... Terre Haute, Ind. B.S. Physical Education WILLIAM ROBERT MURRAY ,..,... . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Mathematics 3. WILLOUGHBY EDWARD MURRAY, JR. Charlotte, N.C. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha: Thoroughbred Hour: Aquatic Club: Varsity Bas- ketball, Trainer: Senior Class Vice President. GEORGE H. MUSSON .,.......,.........,... Eldorado, Ill. B.S. Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha: Phi Beta Lambda. JOHN NAMCIU .,.........,,..,.,............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Physical Education Varsity Basketball. 4. WILLIAM THOMAS NANCE ........,... Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. VINCENT NAPPO ..,....,......,. Atlantic Highlands, N.J. B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon. RACHEL ANN NEALE ...........,.....,....,, Almo, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education 5. BEVERLY ANN NELSON ...,..,....,........ Benton, Ky. B.S. Business Education Alpha Omicron Pi: Pi Omega Pi: S.N.E.A. ROBERT LEWIS NELSON ............. Jeifersontown, Ky. B.S. Area in Science RONALD ALLAN NEWCOMER ...........,, Neptune, N .J . B.S. Geography and History Alpha Tau Omega: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade: I.R.C. s-.. I 2 1. JAY HAL NIEMEYER ................,...,. Centralia, Ill B.S. Area in Science FLO NIEMIEC ..,.............,........ Englishtown, N.J B.A. Geography Alpha Sigma Alpha. BILLY RUE NIX .,............,......,...... Murray, Ky B.S. Industrial Arts and Physical Education Sigma Chi. 2. NANCY D. MARTIN NORTHERN ..,........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma PAUL R. NORTHERN ,........,............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Administration JERRY ALAN NUNN .,...,.... ...,. M arion, Ky B.S. 3. WINFRED JEROME NUNN ,...... .......... P aducah, Ky. B.A. History and Economics SONIA MARIE OCZYPOK .,...,.,......, ,..Lyndora, Pa. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary: A.C.E.g S.N.E.A.: Foot- ball Queen Attendant: Pershing Riiies Sweetheart Attendant: Var- sity Cheerleader. ROMAN RICHARD ODWAZNY ........ Winnipeg, canada B.A. History and English Foreign Students Organization: I.R.C. 4. HARVEY ADORN OGLESBY .......,.. Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Vocational Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho: Agriculture Club. JOHN THOMAS OLIPHANT ...,. ,,..... G Olden Pond, Ky. B.S. History and Industrial Arts NINA CAROLINE OLIPHANT .,........ Golden Pond, Ky. B.S. Area in English Kentucky Wesleyan Singers: Wesleyan Players: Spanish Clubg Col- lege Newsg Sock and Buskin. 5. WILLIS PATRICK OLIVEEA. .. .....,... Eddyvule, Ky. Sigma Pisllilfls 5iSA?Al3fiEa,YiS21iEQ22i22'5tiiflllginlfllo Among THOMAS E. OMER ,.,.., BA ,....,..,. ..,,. S turgis, Ky. Sigma Chi: Beta Beta Beta. JANE MARIE ORSINGER ......,...., Robbinsdale, Minn. B.S. Home Economics ' Home Economics Club: I.R.C.g S.N.E.A.g Baptist Student Union, 1. JOE OSTERMANN ,.....,,.,..,.. ..... L exington, Ky. B.S. JOHN CARL OTTERBACKER ........... Cardington, Ohio B.S. Alpha Phi Omega: Phi Beta Lambda. REBECCA ALICE OUTLAND ....,.......... Murray, Ky. B.S. English and Business 2. JOE HIGHT OVERBY . ....................... Murray, Ky. B.S. Art Phi Mu Alphag Kappa Pi: N.A.E.A.: Campus Lights: Marching Band. ETHAN ALLEN OVERMYER, JR. ............. DeKalb, Ill. B.S. Physical Education JOE A. OWEN .......,..........,........... Kuttawa, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Administration Sigma Chi: Student Council, Treasurer: Junior Class Vice President: I.R.C.: Young Democrats Club: Religious Council. 3. JOHN THOMAS OWEN ................... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Sigma Chi: Industrial Arts Club: Epsilon Pi Tau. ELIZABETH ANN OWENS ........ .... W ickliffe, Ky. B.S. Pi Omega Pi. VIRGINIA ANN PACE ...,...,.......... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.A. Beta Beta Beta: Delta Lambda Alpha. 4. JUDY ROBERTS PADGETT ................. Clinton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education and English Kappa Delta Pl: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E. JOSEPH J. PALERMO ........,... ..... J amestown, N.Y. B.S. ROLAND DENNIS PALMER ............... Robinson, Ill. B.A. History and Physical Education Alpha Tau Omega. 5. WILLIAM ARTHUR PALMER ..,........... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Club: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Epsilon Pi Tau. GORDON L. PARKER ...,.,.....,.....,.... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Business Administration FRANK ROBERT PASSANANTE . .Massapequa Park, N .Y. B.S. Area in Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha. ai my fi i i was an i i ee: i i i af-L 47. QW' ' f ' 7 ' Ht Sv W5 ,A 7-7 7 1. JAMES HENRY PATMORE ......,... Cape Girardeau, Mo B.S. Physical Education and General Business MARION DALE PATTERSON ..,. .... W esterville, Ohio B.S. ROYCE GENE PATTERSON ......,.... Union City, Tenn B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha, Alumni Secretary: Campus Lights: Men of Note Director. 2. WILLIAM FRANK PATTERSON .,.... .... A von, N.J B.A. German Club: S.A.A.C.S. WILLIAM T. PATTERSON ..........,. New Concord, Ky B.S. WILLARD BRYANT PAXTON .... .... P rinceton, Ky 3. BENJAMIN S. PEASE .....,...,...,....,.. Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. ORA BELLE PECK ...,.......,,......,..... Paducah, Ky. B.S. English Lambda Iota Tau, Treasurer. LEOPOLD PENDEL ...,..,....,........ Fancy Farm, Ky B.S. Biology and Geography International Relations Club. 4. MYRA ELAINE PERRY ................. Russellville, Ky. B.S. Business Education Woods Hall Council, President: Phi Beta Lambda: Religious Coun- cil. WILLIAM ROBERT PERRY ..,.......,..., Vincennes, Ind. B.S. Business Administration RODGER LEE PETERSON ..,,..,.....,.,... Robinson, III. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau. 5. ANN PIERCE ..............................., Murray, Ky B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: Gamma Phi Beta. MARTHA JUNE PIERCE ...........,...... Eddyville, Ky B.S. Delta Lambda Alpha: Baptist Student Union: Wells Hall Council, President: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. NANCY JEAN PIKE .. ..... ....,.......... L ouisville, Ky B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E. v 1. VICKI ANN POINDEXTER .............. Russellville, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi, President: Home Economics Club: Baptist Student Union. SHARON JO POORE ........,........,., Russellville, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma: Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Attendant: Re- ligious Council: Home Economics Club. JOHN EDWARD PORTER .........,,..... Evansville, Ind. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Club. 2. TOM BLAKE POSEY, JR. ....,...,......, Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Psychology Majors Association: Young Republicans Club. JANICE DARLENE POTTS ...,.......,.., Vincennes, Ind. B.S. Mathematics Women's Athletic AssociationE1SbN.E.A.: Euclidean Mathematics u . JAMIE DAVID POTTS ...,........,.. .,... K irksey, Ky. B.S. Agriculture 3. CHARLES E. POWELL .......... .,.., P embroke, Ky. B.S. JAMES ROBERT POWELL, JR. ....,.... ..... F ulton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts LINDA EWELL POWELL ,............. Water Valley, Ky B.S. Area in Art Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain: N.A.E.A. 4. , NANCY ANN PRATT ................... Farmington, M0 B.S. A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart: Marching Band: Chorus: Campus Lights. BENNETA LANE PRESTON ......,... ..,., A nna, Ill. B.S. LINDA JO PRICE ..,......,.......,.....,.,. Barlow, Ky B.S. Physical Education Women's Athletic Association: Chorus. 5. DONALD MARION PRIDE ........,......... Murray, Ky B.S. Business Administration Sigma Chi. SUSAN M. PROCTOR ..........,......,. Mt. Vernon, Ind B.S. Mathematics Alpha Omicron Pi: Euclidean Mathematics Club. BETTY JANE QUINN .... ......,,......... M ayfield, Ky B S Delta Lambda Alpha: Kappa.De1ta Pig S.N.E.A.: A.c.E. Q fn-sr 'Rb gn- S 'im gk jg...- WL.. I 7. 79 av E N Q- ' Wm .53 KIM, iq-w-W .H it - . 13? 'gi it i QQ W ,Psfl ka, if that 1. HARRY JAMES RAINS, JR. ..,....,,...... Vineland, N.J. B.A. English Canterbury Club, President: I.R.C.g College Newsg Alpha Phi Gamma. CAROL DUNCAN RAMAGE ,.....,.,..r Grand Rivers, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Paducah Junior College Sophomore Class Secretary, Student Coun- Cl . JAMES ALFRED RAMAGE .... ,..,........ P aducah, Ky. B.S. History Kappa Delta Pig I.R.C.: Baptist Student Union. 2. JAMES DAVID RAMAGE .......,.,,..,...,.,. Burna, Ky. B.S. Area in Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. JUDITY ANN RAMAGE ........,.,.....,.,...., Clay, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Delta Lambda Alpha: Phi Beta Lambda: I.R.C.: Baptist Student Union: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. LINDA RAE RAMAGE .,....,.,...., ,..,, M ayfield, Ky. B.S. 3. BOBBY L. RAY ...,.....,..............,..,. Murray, Ky. B.S. Chemistry, Mathematics Tau Kappa Epsilon: S.A.A.C.S.: Euclidean Mathematics Club: Re- ligious Council, Treasurer. ROBERT LEE RAY ......,,.,...,...,.,.. Wood River, Ill. B.A. A.C.E.2 S.N.E.A. BILLIE JOE RAYBURN ,..,..,..,.,......,., Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega. 4. JOHN E. REAGAN ..................... McLeansboro, Ill. B.S. Business Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard anddlilladeg Distinguished Military Stu- en . DELILIAH ELLEN REED ..........,.. Mount Vernon, Ill. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Baptist Student Uniong S.N.E.A. NORMA IRENE REHM ..... ,,..,.....,... . .Robinson, Ill. B.M.E. Vivace Club: Young Republican Club: Marching Bandg Orchestrag Woodwind Quartet. 5. SUSAN ELAINE REHM .,................... Mayfield, Ky B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretaryg S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.. PEGGY JOYCE REYNOLDS ........,...... Brockport, Ill B.S. Elementary Education DONALD B. RHEINECKER .,.... ,.... C utler, Ill B .S. Phi Beta Lambda. 1. ROBERT MORRIS RHINEHARD ........... Grayville, I11. B.S. Physics and Mathematics Sigma Pi Sigma. HELEN BLAIR RHODES .....,........... Owensboro, Ky. S.N.E.A.Z Kappa Delta Pi. KAY ANN RHOADS ...,............... New Albany, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.g Young Republicans Club: Alpha Omicron Pi: Thoroughbred Hour. 2. WILLIAM G. RHODES ,...,... . ...., Benton, Ky. B.S. CHARLES A. RICE ............,..,......,.,.. Fulton, Ky. B.A. Area in Science Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary: S.N.E.A. PAULA BEATRICE RICE .,..................... Anna, Ill. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. 3. JERRY D. RICH .,................,....,... Robinson, Ill. B.S. Area in Art Kappa Pi: N.A.E.A. JAMES THOMAS RICKMAN .......,..,....,. Benton, Ky. B.A. College News, Business Manag1e:g:.tStudent Organization Newsletter, 1 or. FRANCES RICKMAN ....,................... Benton, Ky. B.A. English and History I.R.C.: College News: Student Organization Newsletter. 4. NANCY ANN RIGGS ...,......,......... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Home Economics GEORGE BYRON ROBERTS ....,......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Area in Social Science Pi Kappa Alpha: Pershing Rifles: Thoroughbred Hour: I.R.C.: Bap- tist Student Union. LINDA MARINE ROBERTS , .........,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. History Sigma Sigma Sigma: ROTC Sweetheart: Veterans Club Sweetheart: Varsity Cheerleader: Freshman Cheerleader: I.R.C.: Psychology Majors Association, Corresponding Secretary: Body Beautiful Fi- nalist: Mountain Laurel Finalist: Sigma Chi Playmate. 5. NANCY ELIZABETH ROBERTS ..,.,....,..,. Murray, Ky. A Alpha siemgiiphag A.c.E. RAY M. ROBERTS ...,......,...........,... Murray, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and Business CHARLES S. ROBERTSON? ...,. .... M urray, Ky. Sigma Pi Sigma. 281 VX Qui. if 1 1. WILLIAM J. RODA .............,...... Green Island, N.Y. B.A. Area in Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. ERNEST DONALD ROGERS ..........,. springfiad, Tenn. B.S. Industrial Arts Clubg Mathematics Club. JACKIE DAVID ROSE ....,....... B.S. 2. EVAN E. RUDOLPH ...................,. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega: I.R.C.g Thoroughbred Hourg JULIA HESTER RUFFELL ...... B.S. JOHNNY FARREL RUSHING ..... B.S. Kappa Delta Pi. 3. ANTHONY E. RUDVILLE ..,....,.,.. B.S. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. Technical Director. McKenzie, Tenn. . . . ,Marion, Ky. Neptune City, N.J. Tau Kappa Epsilong I.R.C.: Young Democrats Club: Intramural Football and Baseball. WILLIAM DAVID RUSSELL ,............,.. Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Alpha Phi Omega: Industrial Arts Clubg Epsilon Pi Tau WILLIAM JAMES RUSSELL ...,.... . , . .Roosevelt, N.Y. B.S. Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. 4. WILLIAM DANIEL RYAN ................. Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega: S.A.A.C.S. SARAH ANN SAFFOLD ..........,......... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pig A.C.E., S.N.E.A. ROBERT ODIE SANDLIN, JR. ...,........,. Ripley, Tenn. B.S. Mathematics, Biology Alpha Tau Omegag Math Clubg Inter-Fraternity Council. 5. WILLIAM BRUCE SANDVIK ...... B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon. BURNETT R. SASSEEN .....,.... B.S. Art Kappa Pi. . , . , Princeton, N.J. . . . .Paducah, Ky CHARLES WILLIAM SAUNDERS .... ..,.. M urray, Ky B.S. Phi Beta Lambda. 1. MARY SUE SANDERS ......,.......4.. ..... M un-ay, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.g Phi Beta Lambda. JAMES J. SCHICKER .....A.............,.. St. Louis, Mo. B.A. Social Science FRED D. SCHMITTLER ................... Grayville, Ill. B.S. Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Clubg Wesley Foundation. 2. HENRY STERLING SCI-IWIER, JR. . ,... Spring Lake, N.J. B.S. PHILLIP SCOTT .,.,....,.....,............. Decatur, Ill. B.S. Business Administration ALBERT ROBERT SEIBERT ............. Evansville, Ind. B .S . Tau Kappa Epsilon. 3. CHARLES HENRY SENS .,.........,,.. Bonne Terre, Mo. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau, Vice President: Industrial Arts Club, Vice Presidentg Alpha Tau Omega: Inter-Fraternity Council. RICHARD JOHN SETTIMO ...,.....,..... Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S. Area in Social Science Tau Kappa Epsilong I.R.C.3 Intramural Sportsg Young Republican Club: Newman Club. NANCY MURRAY SEXTON .......,.,.. Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Area in Art Kappa Pi. 4. SIDNEY R. SEXTON ......,,.., ...... G rand Rivers, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A., Treasurer: I:R:C., Treasurer: Circle K, Vice President: Young Democrats Club. WALLACE ORLANDER SHANKLE .......... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Taug Citizen Band Radio Club: Industrial Arts Club. JERRY SHAPIRO ........,............ Asbury Park, N.J. B.A. I.R.C.g Young Democrats Clubg Intramural Sports. 5. KEN L. SHELTON ...................... ..Lexington, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Alpha Tau Omegag Industrial Arts Club. VONNIE L. SHELTON .................... Princeton, Ky. B.A. English and Business Pi Omega Pig Lambda Iota Taug Kappa Delta Pi. GERALD M. SHERMAN . ,.............. ..... M urray, Ky. B.S. I.R.C., Vice President: Young Republicans Club. lisa' .i " . . .fy .f.,.f..,1 5!?'i' X X cw .2l.fe3ifs3:fi, films. r. .. if I x 'Rims wi 2.83 Em 0. 1431: 'f .i ll? ...Stir R 1 1 S E fe.. girl la t riff: HILDA G. SHERMAN ...... ,.........,..... P oultney, Vt. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E. BETSY SHERWOOD ,.,..,.... . ,....,... Calvert City, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. CHARLES L .SHIELDS .A.....,.......A..,... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Beta Beta Beta, Presidentg German Club: S.A.A.C.S., Vice President: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 2. ROBERT CLIFTON SHUFF ....,,........... Hickman, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology BART SICILIANO ..,........,.... .... A sbury Park, N.J. B.S. JUDITH ANN SIMPSON .......,.......,.... Benton, Ky. B.S. Physical Education and English Alpha Sigma Alpha, Recording Secretary: Rifle Team: Womexfs Athletic Associationg Delta Lzimgndrail Alphag Kappa Delta Pig Lambda o a au. 3. MARY ANN SIMPSON ....,.,,..,......., Leitchfield, Ky. B.S. Beta Beta Beta: Sigma Sigma Sigma: S.A.A.C.S.g I,R.C.g S.N.E.A.g Young Republicans Clubg Body Beautiful Finalist. NACE E. SIMPSON ...,...,........,..,.. Charlotte, N.C. B.S. Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda: Young Democrats Clubg Sigma Phi Epsilon. CHARLES S. SKEES ,........,...,..,,.... Princeton, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics S.A.A.C.S.g Euclidean Mathematics Club. 4. SIDNEY BOYNTON SLAUGHTER ....,..... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Physics Spanish Club, Vice Presidentg Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BRENDA JOYCE SMITH ............,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi, Secretaryg Alpha Phi Omega, Sweetheart. CAROL BETH SMITH ...........,.,.,.. Gilbertsville, Ky. B.S. Chemistry and Biology Beta Beta Betag Delta Lambda Alphag S.A.A.C.S.1 Senior Biology Award. 5. DAVID EARL SMITH ......,.,.,....... Calvert City, Ky. B.S. Area in Industrial Arts Alpha Tau Omegag Industrial Arts Club MAREN HEUSER SMITH ,........,..... ..Louisville, Ky. B.A. English Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sock and Busking Delta Lambda Alpha REGINA MAE SMITH ,...,.,,........,.... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club: S.N.E.A.g Baptist Student Union. 1. ROBERT ARTHUR SMITH .............. Wanamassa, N.J. B.S. Physical Education, History Tau Kappa Epsilon: Young Republicans Club: Thoroughbred Hour: Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, and Swimming. RONALD LEE SMITH ...................,. Louisville, Ky. B.S. Physics Sigma Pi Sigma, Orchestra: Wesley Foundation, President. STEVEN KING SMITH .................. Cocoa Beach, Fla. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega: Industrial Arts Club. 2. WILLIAM DOUGLAS SMITH ....,...,. Mount Vernon, Ill. B.S. Mathematics, Chemistry Pi Kappa Alpha. WILMA JEANETTE SOLOMON ..,.......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E., S.N.E.A. NANCY GREGORY SOMMER ......,..... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: S.N.E.A.. Vice President: Campus Favorite: Pershing Rifle Sweetheart: Royality Ball Queen, A Cappella Choir. 3. PATRICIA ANN SOUTH ....,.......... Indianapolis, Ind. B.S. English, Speech, Drama Sock Sz Buskin: Wesley Foundation Council: Thoroughbred Hour PATRICIA ANN SPARKS .........,..,...... Palatine, Ill. B.S. Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda, S.N.E.A., Westminster Fellowship. DONALD EARL SPICER .,..,..........,..... Clinton, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho: Agriculture Club. 4. ROBERT EUGENE SPILLMAN .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. NITA LOIS SPRINGER ...,....... .... M organdeld, Ky B.S. ROGER L. STACY ................ .... E lizabethtown, Ill. B.S. 5. KEN F. STADELMAN ..............,.. Melrose Park, Ill. B.S. Business Pi Kappa Alpha: Thoroughbred Hour: Senior Class Vice President: PiKA Man of the Year: Lutheran Students: S.N.E.A. JANICE FAYE STAGNER .................... Benton, Ky. B.S. A.c.E.: S.N.E.A.: Y.w.c.A. LARRY GENE STANLEY ,........., Cambridge City, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education, Physical Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. YW FQSAY'-""H I l A cw... A.. . . I A ,V , 1563 .,,, T . "E: itil. X7 Y 'ai u ' . lil' . . walk has -i ESE' "ii is it QQ mai? 1653 'DK , M... "riser 1- 1. MICHAEL LOUIS STAPLES .... ,... . .... B enton, Ky. B.S. History FLAVOUS DELANO STATHAM . ,........ Hickman, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry BETTY ANNE STAVELY . ..,..,..,...A..,. Paducah, Ky. B,S. Home Economics 2. GEORGE M. STEALEY ........,.........,, St. Louis, Mo. B.A. History and Speech Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Varsity Debateg Westminster Fellowship: Religious Council. ROBERT LEE STEELE . ............,....,.... Miami, Fla. B,S. Area in Social Science JANE HARRISON STEELY .. ...,....... ..., H azel, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH STEINECKE ....... Long Branch, N.J. B.S. Intramurial Sports: I.R.C.: Thoroughbred Hour, Newman Club. JAMES W. STEPHENS ...,............,.... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts CHARLES TERRY STERNBERG ........... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Library Science Alpha Beta Alpha. 4. LESLIE STERNBERG ......... . .,.... ..... P aducah, Ky. B.S. Alpha Beta Alpha: S.N.E.A.g Young Democrats, Vice President. EVE MARIE STEWART ...........,..... Morganfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.g S.N.E.A.g Canterbury Clubg Y.W.C.A. SANDRA DARLENE STINSON .....,.,... Evansville, Ind. B.M.E. Alpha Omicron Pig Sigma Alpha Iota, SHIELD Queen Finalist. 5. KENNETH F. STOLL .....,...... ....... . Farmington, Mo. B.S. Area in Social Science Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES RAY STORY .........,.........,..... Murray, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega: Agriculture Club. BILLY GENE STOVALL ....... ...... .,... M u rray, Ky, B.S. Speech Alpha Tau Omega. 1. SARA JANE STOVALL ..,.......,.,......,.. Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A. JERRY GENE STRINGER ........ ..... B enton, Ill. B.S. GENE R. STUBBS ..............,......,..,.. Marion, Ind. B.S. Business, History Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Beta Lambda: I.R.C. 2. SANDRA LYNN STUBBS .,....,,.... Caruthersville, Mo. B.S. Public Accounting ROBERT LEON SUMMAR .,,.........., Dyersburg, Tenn. B.S. Business Administration MARSHALL SUMMERS ...A..........,,.. Greenville, Fla. B.S. Business Administration Young Republicans Club, Co-Chairman: Veterans Club: Phi Beta Lambda. 3. HANNAH MAE SUTHERLAND ......,......, Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.1 S.N.E.A. BRENDA CAROL SUTTON ....... ,...... H enderson, Ky. B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 8: Universities. JOSEPH ALEXANDER SWIFT .............. Dayton, Ohio B.S. Social Science Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President: I.R.C. 4. SHARON LYNN TAGGART ,....,...... Wanamassa, N.J. B.S. Elementary Education- A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Women's Athletic Association. Publicity Chair- man: Football Queen: Ordway Hall Council. MARY C. TAYLOR .............,.,......, Louisville, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Education Alpha Omicron Pi: Pi OmegaS1g:EPXii Beta Lambda: SHIELD Staff: MARY ANN TAYLOR ........,........ Brownsville, Tenn. B.S. Biology 5. JUDY CAROLYN THACKER ............,. Litchfield, Ill. B.M.E. Vivace Club: Campus Lights GEORGE DONALD THOMAS ......,.... Morganfield, Ky. B.S. Business Administration JUDY ANN THOMAS ..,...,............... Murray, Ky. B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi, President: Varsity Cheerleader: ROTC Sweet- heart: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. 2 2.87 ' :fir-1 1. ROE FRANK THOMAS ...........,.......... Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Chi, Corresponding Searstaryg Marching Band: Pershing 1 es. WILLIAM DALE THOMAS .....,.........,. Murray, Ky. B.S. History and Physical Education JOHN A. THOMPSON, JR. .,..,........ West Belmar, NJ. B.S. History and Speech 2. KAREN MARIE THORSEN ,,...i.,... -. . .Cherry Hill, N.J. B.S. Woman's Athletic Association: Temple University, Varsity Cheer- leader: Alpha Sigma Alpha. PATRICIA ANN TICHENOR ........ .... H enderson, Ky. B.S. Art Sigma Sigma Sigma: Kappa Pi: S.N.E.A. PATRICK F. TIERNEY ........,.........,. Neptune, N.J. B.S. History and Geography I.R.C.: Pershing Rifles: Varsity Rifle Team. 3. TERRY TIPPIN .,...........l...........,. Owensboro, Ky, B.S. Biology and Chemistry S.A.A.C,S.: Man on Campus: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class President: Young Republicans Club: Sigma Chi: Inter- Fraternity Council: Varsity Tennis. BRENDA GAIL TITSWORTH ..,.,........... Benton, Ky. B.S. Business and English Phi Beta Lambda: The Last Resort: Campus Lights. JOYCE H. TITSWORTH ...,,.....,...,....., Clinton, Ky. B.S. Area in Business Education Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pi: S.N.E.A.: Who's Who Amang Students in American Colleges and Universities. 4. ROGER LEE TITSWORTH ,........... . . Clinton, Ky. B.S. English S.N.E.A.: Sigma Chi. DUANE TORKELSON .....,.... ...,, A ddison, Ill. B.S. DARREL EUGENE TOWNSEND .....,.... Crossville, Ill. B.S. Physical Education 5. MARTIN BOOTH TRACY ....,........,,.... Murray, Ky. B.A. History and Political Science Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, President: I.R.C.: Lambda Iota au. PATSY JANE TRACY ...............,... ..... S ylva, N.C. B.A. Lambda Iota Tau: Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Berea Col- lege, Baptist Student Union Executive Committee. LANDINE TRAVIS ...,.,.,......,.......... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Area in Elementary Education A.C.E.: Wesley Foundation. Secretaryg Thoroughbred Hour: College News: Alpha Phi Gamma. 1. PAULA ELIZABETH TREADWELL .,,... Spokane, Wash. B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iota: Vicace Club: Campus Lights: Wells Hall Council Secretary: A Cappella Choir. MARTHA SUE TRIPP . ,....,. .,., .... P a ducah, Ky. B.S. HOWARD T. TROUTMAN ,..,,.l,....4l.l.l Paducah, Ky B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade, Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges 81 Universities. 2. JIMMIE GLENN TURLEY ..,...,......,., Slaughters, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts and Business Alpha Tau Omega. JOHN EDGAR TURNER ...... ...,. ..... E a st St. Louis, Ill. B.S. Art Sigma Chi: Intramural Swimming and Track. JOHN T. TWEEDIE .........,...... .,..... O akhurst, N.J. B.S. Art Varsity Track: Varsity Cross Country. 3. JAMES ANTHONY TWOMEY ..... Rockland, Mass. B.S. RALPH J. URBAN .................,,. .... T aylor, Mich. B.S. Biology S.A.A.C.S. JUDY ANN UTLEY .,........, ........... O ak Grove, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Delta Lambda Alpha: Kappa Omicron Phi: Home Economics Club: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 4. CHARLES H. VAN WIE ,,......,..., Palatine Bridge, N.Y. B.S. Physics, Mathematics Alpha Phi Omega: Newman Club: Intramural Sports. MICHAEL WARREN VAUGHAN ............ Marion, Ky. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega: Senior Class Treasurer: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Campus Lights: Young Republicans Club. CHARLES BERNARD VAUGHAN ..,....... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Agriculture Club. 5. DORTHA CHERYL VAUGHN ..,,.......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Mathematics, English LINDA KAY VAUGHN ..............,,....... Salem, Ky. B.S. Business, History Alpha Sigma Alpha: Vice President: Panhcllenic Council, Secretary- Treasurer: Pi Omega Pi. LINDA FAY VAUGHT .................. Sacramento, Ky. B.S. Mathematics, Biology Baptist Student Union, Secretary. f rf 1 7.89 1. JAMES B. VERNON ,..,...........,.,.,... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Business and History Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Chaplain: Campus Lights: Baptist Student Union: Thoroughbred Hour: Intramural Debate: Intramural Sports: Religious Council. THOMAS BRYANT VICK ..,...., ..... W est End, N.C. B.S. ANN ROARK VINCENT .i..........,.,...... Bremen, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Wesley Foundation, Treasurer: A.C.E., Vice-President. 2. CAROL S. VOLKMANN ......... ........,.. J ennings, Mo. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.1 A.C.E. CHARLES LEROY WADE, JR. . , . .,.. Funkstown, Md. B.S. RONALD DWIGHT WADE .......,...... Mt. Vernon, Ind. B.A. English and History Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard aiadalgade: Young Republicans Club: 3. LORETTA MARIE WADKINS ............... Benton, Ky. B.S. Home Economics SALLY E. WAGNER ................. . ..... Chandler, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Newman Club. SHEILA JANE WAGGONER .... ,........... . .Wingo, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: Alpha Beta Alpha. 4. JEAN ANN WALKER ...,.,.,............... ciimon, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi: Delta Lambda Alpha: Home Economics Club. JEANNETTE LOUISE WALLISER ............ Peotone, Ill. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi: Home Economics Club, Vice President. MARY KAY WALKER ....................... Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Young Democrats Club. 5. PEGGY MAY WALKER ..................... Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E. ROGER C. WALKER ............. ..,.. M ayfield, Ky. B.S. WILLIAM JOHN WALKER ........... Niagara Falls, N.Y. B.S. Health and Physical Education 1. DIANNE WALLACE ...........,..,.......... Sturgis, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Phi Beta Lambda: Young Democrats Club. JAMES GARY WALLACE . ....... ,........, M ilburn, Ky. B.S. Business and Industrial Arts JAMES M. WALLACE .................. Golden Pond, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Physical Education Sigma Chi: Inter-Fraternity Council: Euclidean Mathematics Club: Junior Class Treasurer. 2. JOY VINCENT WARD .4..........,.. South Fulton, Tenn. B.S. Area in Business Education ROBERTA JEAN WARD .......,....... Des Moines, Iowa B.S. Library Science Alpha Beta Alpha. ROY LEE WARD ..,... ,...,........... ..,. M u rray, Ky. B.S. Chemistry S.A.A.C.S. 3. HARVEY LYNN WARREN ..... ..... Y ork, Pa. B.S. ROGER DALE WARREN ...............i Nortonville, Ky. B.S. Mathematics and Biology Beta Beta Beta: Euclidean Mathematics Club: S.A.A.C.S. JON WESLEY WATSON .,.............. Washington, D.C. B.S. Area in Art Tau Pappa Epsilon. 4. PEGGY PICKARD WATSON , ...,,........, Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Area. in Business Education Phi Beta Lambda: S.N.E.A. STEPHEN WATSON ..................... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Tau Kappa Epsilon: Religious Council. JOSEPH DONALD WEATHERFORD ........ Clinton, Ky. B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha. 5. ROBERT WEISS ................... .......... A nna, Ill. B.A. Alpha Phi Omega: German Club: Industrial Arts Club: Foreign Students Organization: S.N.E.A. PATRICIA ANN WEIXLER ..... . ......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A.: Young Republicans Club: A.C.E. FOREST ALTON WELLS, JR. ....... ..... O wensboro, Ky. B.A. Sigma Chi. l , L1-1 7.91 Cigar Rf W:-i Q '-T' -W.. 1. LINDA LOU WELLS ................... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi, lst Vice President: Women's Athletic Associa- tion: Home Economics Club: Outstanding Freshman Woman Athlete. NORRIS DWAYNE WELLS .4............... Paducah, Ky. B.S. S.N.E.A. WILMA R. WELLS .....,,.,...L.............., Jappa, 111. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club: Kappa Omicron Phi: Women's Athletics Association: Wesley Foundation. 2. CAROL ROMINE WERTZ .,....,, ..,.. C olumbus, Ind. B.S. WILLIAM R. WESTERFIELD ..,.,....... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts Alpha Tau Omega: Industrial Arts Club. CHARLES HENRY WETZEL ...,....... Indianapolis, Ind. B.S. Business Education Sigma Chi: Phi Beta Lambda: S.N.E.A. 3. ROBERT A. WI-IELAN ..............,. Upper Darby, Penn. B.S. English Alpha Phi Gamma: Veterans Club: Newman Club: College News Staff: Thoroughbred Hour. BILL H. WHEATCROFT ...........,.,. .... c owling, 111. B.S. Sigma Chi: S.A.A.C.S. KENT EVANS WHEELER .,,.......,..... Mill Shoals, Ill. B.S. Business Education 4. JOHN CRAIG WHEELER ,.,.,...,.....,, Henderson, Ky. Pi Kappa Aiphgszarsity Football. DANNY GERALD WHITLZC5 .,.. .,.. C linton, Ky. ROBERT W. WHITTON ........,...,.....,.. Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Administration Scabbard 8: Blade, President: Pershing Rifles: Outstanding MS III: College News, Sports Editor: Distinguished Military Student. 5. DUANE EARL WICKSTROM ......., ..... N iles, Mich. B.S. Franklin Hall Counselor. CHESTER L. WILDEY .......,.......,... Uniontown, Ky. B.S. Business Administration LARRY RICHARD WILES ....,.,...,.,.,.,. Centralia, Ill. B.S. Speech Alpha Tau Omega: I.R.C.: Young Democrats Club. 1. WILLIAM GARVIN WILES, JR. .,...,...... Paducah, Ky. B.S. English and History Lambda Iota Tau, Secretary: I.R.C. CARL WAYNE WILKINS ,.... .,..,...... P aducah, Ky. B.S. JANE DARLENE WILKINSON ...,......... St. Louis, Mo. B.S. Art Campus Lights: "All Campus Sing" Director: Sock and Buskin: A Cappella Choir. 2. JUDITH ANN WILLEN ....,,...,......... Louisville, Ky. B.A. English and History I.R.C.: SHIELD Staff: German Club: Religious Council: S.N.E.A. ALOMA D. WILLIAMS .,...................... Livia, Ky. B.A. History Alpha Phi Gamma, President: I.R.C., President, Secretary-Treas- ui-er: The Fuze, Co-Editor: College News, Special Writer, Assistant Feature Editor: SHIELD, Features Editor: Young Republicans Club: Baptist Student Union: S.N.E.A. BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS ..,.., .... M nn-ay, Ky. B.S. Beta Sigma Phi. 3. DAVID LEE WILLIAMS ...,........... South Lyon, Mich. B.S. Varsity Cross Country: Varsity Track. FRANCES LOUISE WILLIAMS ............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Vice President: S.N.E.A.: A.C.E.: Panhellenic Council, Vice President: Junior Panhellenic Council: Woods Hall Council. LARRY J. WILSON .........,......,...... Bardwell, Ky. B.A. Chemistry cmd Biology Beta Beta Beta: S.A.A.C.S.: German Club: Varsity Rifle Team: Rangers. 4. LARRY JOE WILSON ...............,. ..... P aducah, Ky. B.S. Agriculture LARRY KENNETH WILSON ,............... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Business and Sociology ANNA CAROL WINEBARGER .,......... Providence, Ky. B.A. Young Democrats Club: Marching Band. 5. CAROL WARREN WOLFE ....,.........,...,.. Kevil, Ky. B.M.E. Delta Lambda Alpha: Sigma Alpha Iota: Campus Lights: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JOHN RUSSELL WOLFE ..............,...,. Benton, Ky. B.S. Area in Industrial Arts Sigma Chi. SI-IERRY LYNN WOLFE ......,............ Mayaeld, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: The Last Resort. W2 2 55-31 'V li' 1. PEARL IRENE WOOD .,............,. , ....... Murray, Ky B.S. Elementary Education S.N.E.A.I A.C.E. JERRY ALLEN WOODALL ...... ,......,. . . .Marion, Ky B.S. Business Sigma Chi: Student Council, Vice President: Varsity football. LAN NY R. WOODWARD ....,,.... .,... M adisonville, Ky B.S. 2. HENRY PAUL WOOLLEY .,..... ..... B elmar, N.J. B.S. ANTHONY MICHAEL WREIOLE ...... Asbury Park, N.J. B.A. JOYCE M. WRIGHT .,.,...,.,.... , ...........,. C ayce, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club: Baptist Student Union. 3. MARY VIRGINIA WRIGHT ...... ..., B enton, Ky. B.S. SHIRLEY WRIGHT . .....,............. Dyersburg, Tenn. B.S. Elementary Education A.C.E.: S.N.E.A. THOMAS STANLEY WRONSKI ...,.......... Chicago, Ill. B.S. Business Administration Intramural Football. 4. GINALEE MCBRIDE WYATT . .,..... ,...,.,. B enton, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha: Baptist Student Union: S.N.E.A.: Kappa Omicron Phi. LARRY DOUGLAS WYATT ....,..,....,,.. Paducah, Ky. B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha: Kappa Delta Pi: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities: Campus Lights, Director, Ass- sistant iDrcctor: Band: Orchestra: Choir: Vivace Club, President: Phi Mu Alpha Band. ROBERT LARRY WYLIE .,,....,... ,.... K enton, Tenn. B.S. Business 5. CHARLES THOMAS YARBROUGH, JR. . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. B.S. Chemistry, Speech Tau Kappa Epsilon: S.A.A.C.S.: S.A.A.I.P.: Circle K Club, Thorough- bred Hour: I.R.C.: Pistol Team. ANTHONY WAYNE YOUNG .....,,,....... Kuttawa, Ky. B.S. Agriculture RICHARD PERRY YOUNGMAN ,... Mt. Carmel, Ill. B.A. Left to Right: Jim Johnson, Treas- urerg Karen Bryant, Secretaryg John Wadsworth, Presidentg Gary Ham- mer, Vice President. 1 1 o 1. RON D. ABSHEJR ....... BILLIE MARIE ADAMS .... DAVID ROBERT ADAMS .... HELEN KAY ADAMS .... 2. CLYDE E. ATKINS .... TUZUN AKSAR ..... MARVIN L. ALBIN ....... ANNETTE ALEXANDER 3. CHARLOTTE MARILYN ALLEN .... DONALD RAY ALMON . ........ RONALD K. ANDERSON .... RUSSELL LEE ANDERSON .... 4. CYNTHIA B. ALPIN .... DAVID WACO ARANT ...... FRANK C. ARGENZIANO .... FRANCES M. ARMSTRONG ..., . ..... Sacramento, unior Class Officers .....Carmi Ill. .....Crossvi11e Ill. . . . .Greenwood Ind. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Henderson, Ky. ' BahceIiev1er, Turkey . . . . Murray, . . . .Ar1ington, . . . . . .Ear1ington, . . . . . .Chicago, Ill. . ,... Benton, Ky. . . . . .Wingo, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . . .Newark, N.J. . . .Lynn Grove, Ky. 7-95 1 IQRS 1. TERRY LEE ARNDT ........................ Laporte, Ind ANTHONY JOSEPH ASCHETTINOI West Long Branch. N..r DANIEL FRANK AUSTIN .............. JAMES MICHAEL AUSTIN .. 2. DONALD MELVIN BADGLEY ERNIE ROB BAILEY ......... F. LaDONNA BAKER .,.. LEE WILLIAM BAKER .... 3. JOHN STEPHEN BALL ...... JOHN ARNOLD BALLANCE . SONDRA KAYE BALLEW .. FRED RAWLS BARBER .... 4. JOHN E. BARNWELL .. . MARLENE BARROW ............... WILLIAM HENRY BAUGHMA . . . .Paducah, Ky . . Paducah, Ky Grand Chain, I11 . . . .Murray, Ky .....Odin, 111 . . . . .Canton, Ill. .Henderson, Ky. . .Kinmundy, Ill. . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Nebo, Ky. . . . .Bar1ow, Ky. . . Stanford, Ky. GLENN MAURICE BAYER ............ Huntingburg, Ind. 5. ROBERT DAVIS BEARD ..... .... B ardwell, Ky. LAWRENCE VICK BEATTYS JOSEPH PHILIP BECK ...... CHUCK JOHN BEHRLE .... 6. . .Louisvi11e, Ky. ..Louisvi11e, Ky. .Mt. Vernon, Ill. STEPHEN CLIFFORD BELL .... ..... M t. Vernon, Ill. ALAN DAVIS BENEDICT .... HARVEY E. BENFIELD, JR. . CHERYLE LYNNE BERRY .. . 7. NED BILQECKI ........ DAISY MAE BILES ........ WILLIAM EARL BIRNEY .. . JOHN P. BIRT ............ . . . . .Fulton, Ky. Morganfield, Ky. . .Louisvi11e, Ky . . .Hindsdale, Ill .....Paducah, Ky . . . .Bar1ow, Ky . . . . .Ni1es, Mich I I 1. ROBERT LUTHER BIVIN THOMAS D. BLUE ....... KENNETH W. BOERNER .... PAMELA BOHANNON .... 2. CRYSTAL ANN BONAN BILL S. BONE .......... ROBERT B. BORTON ...... DUSSIE ALLEN BOURNE .... 3. KATHY LOUISE BOWLAND .. . MICHAEL SHORT BOWMAN .... BOBBIE LEE BOYD .......... DALTON L. BOYD .... 4. ROBERTA LEE BOYD .......... LEONARD THOMAS BRADDOCK DAVID LARRY BRAGDON ...... WILLIAM THOMAS BRASWELL 5. BRUCE ALAN BRATCHER ...... HARLAND EUGENE BREEDEN MARIE BREEDEN .............. TIMOTHY E. BRESNAHAN .... 6. REBECCA ANN BRIDGES .... SHIRLEY ANN BRINDLEY . . . ELIZABETH NELL BRITT .... JANNENE BRITT ...,..... 7. JANICE KAYE BROADBENT . .. HAROLD PAUL BROWN .... JOHNNY MAX BROWN . . . . LINDSAY BROWN ....... OR . . . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . . .S1aughters, . . . .St. Louis, . . . . .Winter Park Ky. Mo. , Fla. . . . . .McLeansboro, Ill. . . . .B1ythevi1le, Mo. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . Paducah, Ky. .........Paducah, Ky. .Sandy Point, Maine . . . . .HopkinsviI1e, . . . . .Mayfield, . . . .Hopkinsvi1le, .........CIay, . . . .Marion, . . . . .Kennett, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Mo. . . . . Kenney, Ill. . . . . . Simpson, Ill. . . .Paducah, Ky. ....South Whitley, Ind. . . . .Carro11ton, Mo. . . . . .Farmington, Ky. ....MayHeld, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . .Cadiz, Ky. . . . . Camargo, Ill. .....Carmi, Ill. . . . . .May1ie1d, Ky. K 4 Q 2 5 2. TIM BYRON BRYANT . . . .... Fort Branch, Ind. 2. RALPH EDWARD BURCHETT ..... ..... P rincefon, Ky. TONI GRAE BURCHETT ...... .... B Anfon, Ky. RICHARD N. BURGESS ..... .... A Hingron, Ky. JOHN H. BURRUS ...... .... V Ina Grove, Iu. 3. DOROTHY JEAN BURT ,..... .... c lyde, Ohio JAMES EDWARD BURTON .... ..... E umm, Ky. LESLIE DWIGHT BURTON .... .....,.. W Ingo, Ky. if PEGGY BUTLER ........... .... F riendship, Tenn. 4. KARL FREDRICK CALHOUN ........ Battle Creek, Mich. ROBERT WELLS CALLIGAN .... ........ S terling, 111. PATRICIA GAYLE CAMBRON .... .... O wensboro, Ky. JUDITH ANN CAMPBELL ..... ..... L enox, Tenn. 5. PATRICIA D. CAMPBELL .... ..... B roomall, Pa. JATSY JEAN CARDEN .... .... C restwood, Ky. -ju JOHN JEROME CARR ..... Syracuse, N.Y. MARY ANN CARTER .... .... M urray, Ky. 6. PAUL X. CENT ............ .... B enton, Ky. -5. W. GARLAND CERTAIN .... ...... S turgis, Ky WENDAL W. CHAMBLISS ..... Mt. Vernon, Ill. JOHN M. CHARUK ...... ..... T renton, N.J. . 7. hu FRANCIS ANTHONY CHICHETTO, JR. ...... Lenox, Mass. ROY R. CHINNICI ........................ Albertson, N.Y. RAY WALKER CHUMBLER, JR. .... .... B enton, Ky. SYLVIA JUNE CLARK .......... ..... H ardin, Ky 298 HARRY LEROY BRUBAKER ........ Roaring Spring, Pa. WILLIAM HAROLD BRYAN ..... . ........... Flora, Ill. KAREN BRYANT ............. ......... H errin, Ill. I I 1. WAYNE ELMER CLARK ....... GEORGE GERALD CLEMENTS DORIS MILDRED CLEMONS .. DORIS ANN CLORE .......... 2. BRENDA MAE COBBS ................ THOMAS MICHAEL COCHRAN BONNIE E. COLE ..........,..... KATHERINE D. COLE 3. KENNETH DALE COLEMAN DALE COLLIE ,.............. LARRY OLIVER CONWAY .... JOHN C. COOPER .......... 4. JUDY LEE COPELAND ..... LINDA SUE COPLEY ...... MARION LEE CORRELL ..... THOMAS E. CORWIN .... 5. JAMES DEWEY COTHRAN .... JAMES L. COX ............. JEWELL DENNIS COX ..... ROBERT GILBERT COX .... 6. KENNETH CRAWFORD ...... MARGARET RUTH CRIDER ............... WILLIAM HOWARD CRISWELL WILLIAM LARRY CROSS ....... 7. MARY LOUISE CROUCH .... DAVID R. CROWLEY BILL CUNNINGHAM .... DONALD CUNNINGHAM OR .....Esther, Mo .....Paducah, Ky ....LeitchfieId, Ky . . . . .Crestwood, Ky ......Mounds, Ill Elizabethtown, Ill. . . . . Owensboro, Ky ....Madisonvi11e, Ky . . . . .Princeton, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. .....Kevil, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. Water Valley, Ky . . . . .Metropo1is, I11 ......N0b1e, 111. . . . .Ni1es, Mich. . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . Paris, Tenn. . . . .,Fredonia, Ky. . . . .Omaha, Ill. . . . .Paducah, East Brunswick, . ..... Benton, . Middletown, . . . . .Venice, ...... .Benton, . . . . . Hopkinsville, . Murray, Ky. Ky. N.J. Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. 'Z JOSEPH DeSHEPLO .......... OO J 10115 1 . LESLIE DAVIS CUNNINGHAM DAVID BLAIR DALTON ...,.... . BILL MICHAEL DAMERON JAMES IRVIN DANTIC .... 2. EUEL NARVIN DARNALL .... SHERRILL DARNALL ......... DAVID EDWARD DAVENPORT GEORGE STEVEN DAVENPORT 3. JOSEPH MARION DAVIS .... LINDA GRACE DAVIS ..... ALAN R. DAWKINS ...... J O-HN LOWELL DEEM ..... 4. MIKEL GILMORE DENTON . . . RONALD JAMES DETRICK .. . TIMOTHY L. DETRICK .... 5. BERNICE GLYN DEW .. . BILLY C. DeWEESE .... JULIUS RANDY DIEHL ..... JOHN PASCAL DiLUSTRO 6. GERALD A. DiNOLA .... JAMES DiNOLA ....... CHARLES S. DO-DDS .......... RAYMOND OWEN DONHAM . 7. SHIRLEY WAYNETTE DORAN PHYLLIS GENE DOWDY .... JANICE FAYE DOWNS SANDRA SUE DUGAL .... ...Princeton, Ky. ...Bell City, Mo. . . . . . .Vienna, Ill. ..Owensboro, Ky. ....Benton, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . .Lansing, Mich. . . . . .Clinton, Ill. . . . Arlington, Ky. . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . . . .Royal Oak, Mich. .........GefT, 111. . . . . . .Starke, Fla. Long Branch, N.J. New Albany, New Albany, . . . .Wingo, . . . . .Clinton, Ind. Ind. Ky. Ky. . . . . Saxton, Pa. . . . . .Palatine . . . . .Nutley, . . . .Pine Brook, . . . . .Murray, . . . .Bickne1l, , Ill. N.J. N.J. Ky. Ind. . . . . .Murray, Ky ......Murray, .Golden Pond . .Farmington Ky ,Ky ,Mo IUNIORS 1. THOMAS N. DUNCAN .... ROBERT B. DuPRIEST ...... GEORGE JOHN DURAKIS ..... JOHN WALLACE DURDEN 2. ARTHUR DURFEE DANA ANN DYCUS ....... CHARLES ARTHUR DYE JOHN M. EASTON ...... 3. GENTRY BARTLETT EAVES, JR. ...... . HOWARD LEE EDGIN ......... LINDA FAYE EDWARDS SUSAN M. EDWARDS ..... 4. STEVE DOUGLAS ELLWOOD . BOBBY DEAN ENGLISH ..... PEGGY DEAN EZELL ..... BILLY PAT FAIN ..... 5. PATRICIA S. FAIN ....... BOBBY REED FALWELL . .. PEGGY PAT FARLEY .......... RICHARD VERNON FARRELL . 6. JAMES DALE FARRIS .... FRED D. FEILER ......... DENNIS JOSEPH FERRY DAVID EDWARD FIELDS . . . 7. DONALD WILLIAM FIELDS .... PETER JAMES FISH ......... J. CAROLYN FITCH .... ALVIN LEE FLOWERS .... . . . . .Fairfie1d, I11. Melrose Park, Ill. ....Kuttawa, Ky. .....Dover, Tenn. ....Paducah, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. .. . .Bickne11, Ind. .Farrnington, Mo. . ..... Louisville, Ky. . . . .Benton, Ky ....St. Louis, I11. ....... Peoria, Ill. Gilbertsville, Ky . . . .Pembroke, Ky. . .... Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .Farmington, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. ....Trenton, N.J. . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .A1bany, N.Y. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Chicago, Ill. Ledbetter, Ky. ani, 301 Qi .eff SMR ,I in -rey- wp.- Q O1 I 1. LAWRENCE JOHN FLOWERS ,. . GARY N. FORD ................... . . PAUL CHRISTIAN FRANCHINI . LORRAINE ANN FRANK ........ 2. JANET MARIE FRANKENSTEIN .... WANDA JO FRANKUM ......... CAROLYN SUE FRESEN . . . REX RUDOLF FRETER . . . . . 3. ROBERT G. FRITSCH . . . JERRY RHYCE FRITZ . . . DWIGHT DAVIS FUGATE . . . RUTH BONITA FULKERSON .... 4. JOHN ROBERT FULTS ...... GAIL FRANCES FURGESS .... MARY M. FUTRELL ....... MILTON D. GALLIMORE .... 5. SAMUEL J. GARDNER ........ WYNEMA JEAN GATEWOOD ....... JACQUELINE GILLIAM GENTRY MILDRED GAYLE GIBSON ...... 6. BRUCE EDWARD GIELOW .... CLIFF ANN GILBREATH .... DONNA GILLAM ......... STEVEN L. GINES .... 7. LARRY D. GIRE ........... RICHARD DEXXOL GLASS ....... SOLI JEROME GLEY ........ GEORGE EDWARD GLOVER .... . . ..... Overland, Mo . . . . .Paducah, Ky .......Beechhurst, N.Y .. . .Central Islip, N.Y ....Detroit, Mich. .....Paducah, Ky. .. . .St. Louis, Ill. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. .East Prairie, Mo. ........A1mo,Ky. .. . . . . . .Lincoln, Ill. West Orange, N.J. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Puryer, Tenn. ..C1arksvi11e, Ind. . . . . .Po11ard, Ark. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . . .Mattoon, Ill. .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. .Washington, Ind. Elmo, Ill. .Dawson Springs, Ky. . . . . .Lombard, Ill. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. 1 10115 1. JOHN THOMAS GOAD ....... . . . . . .Crof'ton, Ky. ROBERT GEORGE GOLDSBERRY ....... Henderson, Ky. DONALD LYNN GOLIGHTLY . DELORES ELAINE GOOCH 2. GEORGE M. GOWIN ...... CAROLYN LEE GRADDY . . . JERRY S. GRANTHAM .... LARRY NELSON GREEN .... 3. LEO FRANKLIN GREEN, JR. . MARY HELEN GREEN ..... PATSY JUNE GREEN .. . JO ELAINE GREEN ..... 4. PAUL EDWARD GREENWELL WILLIAM Z. GREENWELL JUDITH FAYE GRIFFITH .... JOHN T. GRIFFIS ........ 5. JERRY GROGAN .... GARY GROSS .............. RAYMOND K. GUNNELL . .... GEORGE BENTON GUYOT . . . 6. SUSAN JEAN HAGELBERY .... .... JAMES EDWARD HALLIDAY .... ..... GARY JOSEPH HAMMER ...... GLEN DAVID HANSEN ..... 7. DAN PARKER HARELSON JIMMY D. HARGAN ........... KENNETH CARLAN HARPER MARY ANGELA HARRIS ..... ........Paducah,Ky. . . . . . Madisonville, Ky. . . . . .Anchorage, Ky. . . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ind. Brownsville, Tenn. . . . . . . .Waver1y, Ill. .. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .....MayIield, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Mattoon, I11 ..........Bardstown, Ky. . . .... Morganfield, Ky .. . .I-Iickory, Ky . . . . .Murray, . ..... Murray, Elizabethtown, Ky. Lincoln Park, Mich Noble, 111 .Harpursvi1le, N .Y. . . . .Gracey, Ky. . . . . Lancaster, N.Y. . . . .Flanagan, Ill. .....Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. ........Cadiz, Ky. . .Evansville, Ind. ,M E 'E O 5? QUQ S ,fa x Q-N Ss," I ill? '1 iii 11 M5 04 JU 1011 1. SANDRA SUE HARRIS ..... BETTY GLENN HARRISON .... DANNIE E. HARRISON ....... PEGGY ELLEN HARRISON ..... 2 . LaRALEYN V. HART ........ . . . .Memphis, Tenn. . . . . .Cayce, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. .. . .Des Moines, Iowa ORVILLE JACK HASKINS ..., ........... F alconer, N.Y. KENNETH W. HAUPTLI ......,. Brownsboro Village, Ky. JAMES V. HAY .......... . ........ Owensboro, Ky. 3. MOLLY K, HAYDEN ...... COLENE BIRTIE HEFLIN .. . J OLEEN N. HEIBERT ...,.. JERRY LEE HEINZMAN .... 4. ROBERT LELAND HENDERSON .. ANN HENDON .................. JOHNSON GARY HENDRICKS . . . WILLIAM EARL HENDRIX 5. THOMAS R. HENNE .............. THOMAS RUSSELL HENNEBERRY MARTHA LOUISE HENRY ..,.... PATRICIA HENRY ........ 6. PAT HERRINGTON ............. DARL HEATHCOTT HERRON ..... ERKKI A. HIETALA .......... .... LEWIS EDWIN HILL . . . . 7. WARREN THOMAS HINDERLING CHARLES A. HINES ............. RONNIE W. HITE ..... MARY E. HITER .... .....Murray, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. . . . . .Christopher, Ill. . . . .Water Valley, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. .......Cadiz, Ky. . . .Cincinnati, Ohio . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. Louis, Mo. . .... Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Louisvi1le, Ky. . . . .Newbern, Tenn. .Ballston Lake, N.Y. ........Dalton, Ky. . . . ...... Venetia, Pa. . . . . .Lansing, Mich. . . . . .Morganfleld, Ky. . . . . . .Benton, Ky. 1 1011 1. PATSY JO HOBBS ....... PHILIP DALE HOCKER .... JOHN CAMPBELL HODGE .... LARRY A. HOKANSON .... 2. JERRY WILLIAM HOLT ..... PHILIP MARTIN HOLT . . . PHYLLIS L. HACKS .... ROBERT M. HOOKS .... 3. WESLEY L. HOOVER ......... ROBERT WILLIAM HOPKINS .... DON RAYMOND HORLACHER ...... SHERRY HUFF HORLACHER . 4. DAVID MARTIN HORNBACK .... MARTHA E. HORNING ....... JOSEPH R. HOSP JOE DAN HOWELL .. . 5. THOMAS N. HUBER .... AL HUDSON ................ JESSE KENNETH HUDSON . . . JOAN ADAIR HUGHES ..... 6. SARA JANE HUGHES ..... FRANCES R. HULSE .......... NANCY LEAH HUMPHREY .... KENNETH J. HUMPHREYS . . . 7. FURGIE HUNTER . . . . RICHARD HURT ....,........., ANDREW CHARLES HUTCHIN S YVON N E HYMEL .............. ........Boaz, Ky. .....Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . .Lyndon, Ky. . . . . .Skokie, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. ....Bardwe11, Ky. .....Princeton, Ky. .Fredonia, Ky. .. . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . . .Berke1ey, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. ....Charleston, Mo. ....Marion, Ky. ....Union, N.J. . . . .Benton, Ky. . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Dayton, Ohio . . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Mt. Carmel, Ill. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ...New Madrid, Mo. .......Murray, Ky. . . . . . . . .Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . .Bonne Terre, Mo. 305 1 1 0 1. JAMES MITCHELL IDDINGS JOSEPH P. INGEGNO ....... FRANKLIN DALE IRWIN .. . JAMES RONALD JACKSON 2. JOE JACKSON .............. PATRICIA ANN JACKSON . . . ROBERT JACKSON ...... FRANK LEE JENKINS .... 3. RONALD EDWARD JESSUP .. PAUL KEITH JETT ......... DON J . JOHNSON ...... JOEY RAY JOHNSON .... 4. PATRICIA E. JOHNSON ..... PATRICIA LYNN JOHNSON . RANDA DEE JOHNSON ..... RITA JUNE JOHNSON .... 5. CODY EUGENE JONES GLENDA M. JONES ..... HELOISE MARIA JONES HORACE DOUGLAS JONES . . 6. MARCIA LYNN JONES ..... MARY JACQUELYN JONES . . . . . . . PAUL ANDREW JONES .... ROBERT LOUIS JONES ..... 7. WAYNE ANTHONY KAISER ROBERT LARRY KALER .... RONALD LEE KEILHOLTZ . MARTHA DEAN KELLY . . . R S .Brookfield, Ill Irvington, N.J Harrisburg, Ill .....A1mo, Ky . .Danville, Ky. . . .Mur'ray, Ky. Louisville, Ky. . . . .Vienr1a, Ill. ...Benton, Ky. ..Paducah, Ky. Efiiingham, Ill. . . . . .Fairfield, Ill. . ....... Peoria, I11. . .. ..... Louisville, Ky. ..Paducah, Ky. . . .Barlow, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. ..Paducah, Ky. . . Winslow, Ind. . . .Dexter, Mo. .Brookport, Ill. .Syracuse, N.Y. Paintsville, Ky. Newburgh, Ind. Paducah, Ky. Williamsport, Md. Madisonville, Ky I I ROY EUGENE KELLY . .... ..... WILLIAM KENNETH KEOWN ........ SANDER I. KETZIS ............. HENRY DAVID KIMBELL .... 2. BURVIL DALE KINCAID . . . BETTY RUTH KINCER ..... CATHERINE KING ..... JERRY LYNN KING 3. JOHN PATRICK KING ......... CHARLES ANDERSON KLABER LORIN S. KLEMP ................. ..... M urray, K3 BETTY P. KNIGHT .... 4. ROBERT T. KNIGHT .... ROGER LYNN KNIGHT ......... WILLIAM ANTHONY KOLMER MARVIN A. KOONTZ ......,... 5. MICHAEL JOHN KOULEMTES . ROBERT N. KRATZ ........... PAUL G. KUSTERA ......... WILLIAM HOWARD KYLE . . . 6. LINDA ANN La BIONDA .... JAMES S. LADD ...,..... JANICE EARLE LADD ........ WILLIAM PETER LaFRANCA .. 7. CAROLYN LAMB ...... DOUGLAS C. LANCE ........ KAREN DIANNE LANDES THOMAS EARL LANE .... OR .........Oakton, Ky. Cambria Heights, N.Y. ..........Clinton, Ky. . . . . . .Flora, Ill. . . . .Hickory, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . . .Mz-xyfield, Ky . . . . .Niles, Mich . . . ..... Falmouth, Ky 1 . . . .Robards, Ky . . . . . .Mayf1eld, Ky . . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ind . . . . . .Cax-lyle, Ill . . . . .Fairfield, Ill .. ..... Des Plaines, Ill. . . . . .Louisville, Ky ......Bronx, N.Y. . . . . .Shumway, Ill . . . . .Coral Gables, Fla. .......Gracey, Ky. .....Newbern, Term. Grosse Pointe, Mich. . . . . . . .O-we-nsboro, Ky. .Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ...........Pa1'is, Ill. . . . . .Marion, Ky. .Madisonvi1le, Ky. F595-.f f 7 E 1 1 I -- .5 ,T ,, N V: 'I zzffszife.. . Iiifesziifi - f "u ' 'HK A if A 'Sf J gig E. .i ll , s l 9 K iw in 6 5:-f H ,A 'W " 5195.5 fi? 2535153525: Tr! Q39-1: "-...W-1 307 Qs: L. Um--v ' in 'is- Qi.. Nw- 117' .. 1 Hd 4'-A 5- ff EQ N"QiPg Q- sf w xx my O JU IQR 1. WILLARD WALTER LAPPE CORDELIA D. LARSON .... BILLY FRANK LASSITER . . CHARLOTTE M. LEE .... 2. JOHN LOUIS LEONE ........ . NANCY CAROLE LESTER . DAVID JAMES LEVIN ..... JAMES F. LEWIS ..... 3. RONNIE H. LIKE . . . LUSANNE LILLY .... SCOTT LINK ............... RAYMOND PAUL LIPPERT 4. ROGER W. LISANBY .... BETTYE LITCHFIELD .... JAMES L. LITTLEJOHN .... SELLA RUFUS LITTLEPAGE .... . 5. SHERRY LYNNE LOCKE .... . ANNA SUE LONG ....... . MARTIN A. LOMBARDI .... PETER B. LOONEY ..... 6. MARILYN KAY LOVETT .... LAWRENCE R. LOZOWSKI .... MIKE L. LUMPP ........... BONITA S. LYKINS 7. CHARLES KEITH LYLES .... DIANA LYNN ............ MARY BETH McCANTS . .. KEITH ANTHONY MCCLOUD . .. . .....Perryvi11e, Mo. . . ............ Murray, Ky. Cottage Grove, Tenn. .....Winter Haven, Fla. . . . .Wanamassa, N.J. . . . . . .Gracey, Ky. . . . . . .Cahokia, I11. ....Co1umbus, Ohio . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Frankfol-t, Ill, . . . . .Karnak, Ill. . . . Princeton, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. . . .Madisonvi11e, Ky. . . .Boyal Oak, Mich. .. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ...West Orange, N.J. .New Bedford, Mass. ....Benton, Ky. . . . .Irvington, N.J. . . . . .Lincoln, Ill. . . . . .Mayfie-ld, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Evansvi11e, Ind. . . . .Pickneyvi11e, 111. ....Cedar Lake, Ind. 1 10115 1 . BARLENA A. MCCUISTON ..... .. . .Murray, Ky. KATHRYNE MARIE MCCULLOUGH ........ Trenton, N.J. EDDY T. MCDERMOTT .............. DENNIS WILLIAM MCGADDEN 2. WILLIAM R. McGEE ......... JOAN CLARE MCGINNESS .... MARTIN EDWARD MCGOWAN LARRY D. MCINTOSH ......... 3. BRENDA JO MCKEEL .... JANE MCLAIN ....... DELIGHT MCLEOD ..... GLENDA ANN MCNUTT .. . 4. MARY ALICE MACKEY . . . BETSY R. MADDOX ........... WILLIAM VIRGIL MADDOX .. BETTY JOANN MAGNUS .... 5. MARYANN E. MAIORINO ..... EDWARD BOURKE MANTLE . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Lowe11, Mass. ...Lexington, Ky. . . . .Hickman, Ky. .....Chicago, Ill. .. . .Murray, Ky. Water Valley, Ky ....Paducah, Ky. .....Lake Worth, Fla . . .Puryear, Tenn Beech Grove, Ky ....Bruceton, Pa ,.Owensboro, Ky ..Hende1'son, Ky ....Trenton, N.J . . . .BardWel1, Ky JOHN D. MARKHAM ............. ........ s turgis, Ky CLARENCE RICHARD MARTIN 6. MICHAEL KEITH MARTIN .... MICHAEL A. MARUCCI . . . ELLEN ROSE MASON .... JOHN F. MASON ..... 7. JOHN WILLETT MATTINGLY . RICHARD B. MATTA ........... RANDALL W. MEADER ........ THOMAS WILLIAM MECUM .. . Indianapolis, Ind . .Evansvi11e, Ind Jamestown, N.Y ........Boaz, Ky . Morganfield, Ky ...Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Fryeburg, Me. . . . Syracuse, N.Y. A as 3 I K I ' . . 1-R -x 7 Jgkri- mf, '5 N ry' 1' W 5,2 g .f V T' 7 E' E' , jg. E X I.. f eg. U ' - I, ' LF mf., u 4 310 I O 1. JAMES EDWARD MEENAN ...... R S . . . . . .Chicago, Ill BENARD RAYMOND MEINERT .... ..... L ouisville, Ky. MARVIN WAYNE MELHISER ..., ...... O wensboro, Ky. BILL G. MILLER .............. .... S t. Petersburg, Fla. 2. JAMES T. MILLER ........ ...... L inwood, N.J. MARSHA LYNN MILLER .. . ......... Mt. Vernon, Ind. PAULETTE MILLER ..... ..... C ambria Heights, N.Y. THOMAS I. MILLER .... .... E lizabethtown, Ky. 3. WILLIAM B. MILLS . . . BEZA MIRFAKHRAIE ..... MARTIN MISLAN ..... EMIL MISSAGHI .... 4. CHARLES EUGENE MITCHELL .... ELIZABETH BARRETTE MITCHELL LINDA CUNNINGHAM MITCHELL . EDWARD MORELAND ...... 5. DONA K. MORGAN ........ RANDALL F. MORGAN ..... DEDRA LYNN MORRIS ...... DOUGLAS THOMAS MORRIS .... 6. JAMES CHARLES MORRIS . . . SYLVIA KAY MORRIS .... BILLY RAY MOSLEY ...... JAMES M. MOYNAHAN ..... 7. LARRY THOMAS MULLEN . JAMIE MCNEELY MULLINS . WILLIAM JOHN MURRAY .. WILLIAM DALE MYERS .... . . . .Chicago, Ill. . . . .Tehran, Iran . . . . .Gary, Ind. ....Denver, Colo. .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Ft. Monroe, Va. ........Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .. . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Lynvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Cadiz, Ky. . . . .E1yria, Ohio ....Fu1ton, .......A1mo, .La Center, . . . .Pz-xducah, ........May1'ie1d, Newtown Square, . . . . .Portagevi11e, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky Ky Pa. Mo JUNIQRS 1. PAUL WARREN NANNEY ..... DENNIS ALLEN NASON .... ROGER ALAN NEAL ...... DON VERNON NELSON . . . 2. JEAN RABY NEWCOMB .... LUCINDA C. NEWCOMER .... MEL-INDA M. NEWCOMER ..... ROBERT DANIEL NEWCOMB .... 3. LYNN RICE NEWTON ..... KARL THOMAS NIEDT .... JIMMY W. NIX .......... JOAN KATHRYN NIX ..., 4. JOSEPH R. NOTO .... JAMES T. OAKLEY . . . DALE O'DANIEL .......... JOHN PETER ONACILLA . . . 5. DANIEL G. OINEIL ........ MARCIA ONNYBECKER .... RICHARD ORTH ........ MADELINE C. OWEN .... 6. ROWLAND PAGAN ......... KENNETH WAYEN PAGE .... EDWARD JOHN PALUMBO .... VICTOR SEBASTIAN PAO-LA ..... . 7. ROMON EUGENE PAPPALARDO DAVID HARGROVE PARKER .... JAMES DALE PARKER ......... LARRY LEE PARKER . . . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. .....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .ML Vernon, Ill. . . . .Benton, Ky. .. . .Flat River, Mo. .. . .Bloomfield, Mo. . . . .Bloomfie1d, Mo. ....Puryear, Tenn. . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. ....Trenton, N.J. .....Murray, Ky. .. . .O'wensboro, Ky. Richmond Hill, N.Y. ............C1ay, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . .Long Branch, N.J. Lawrence, Mass. ........Benton, Ky. .Birmingham, Mich. . . . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . .Ower1sboro, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .Tre-nton, N.J. . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio ...Jamestown, N.Y. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. ....Richmond, Ind. 31.2515 , W 7 'J Y Q53 mizgjgzm WAS QQ- .. AM! bf: ga L m- H w , 311 fN is ,rx O iff ggi. .L- ' 155 WMS .1253 PN-J 12. 1 10115 1. WALLACE LOUIS PARKER .... CHARLES H. PASCHALL . . . CHARLES G. PATTERSON . .. SHARON ROSE PEARCY . . . 2. J UDITH ANNE PEAVLER ..... PETER ANTHONY PELLICANE ANA ISABEL PEREZ .......... ROXANNE PERFILIO . . . 3. BOB PERINO ...... FRANK PERLMAN .... DORIS A. PERRY .... JOAN ANN PETITO .. . 4. GEORGE WILEY PETTY, JR. . . CHARLES E. PEYTON ...... SARAH SUE PHILLIPS ..... STANLEY SAM PHILLIPS .... 5. DAVID RAY PIKE . . . JOSEPH POLICE ....... JESSIE EARL POOLE ......... BILLIE JOE PORTERFIELD .... 6. NORMA JEAN POYNTER ..... DAVID MARTIN PRESTUP . . . BILLIE FAYE PRICE ...... BOBBY WAYNE PRICE .... . . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Farmington, Ky . . . . .Mayfield Ky : . . . .New Albany, Ind . . . ......... Murray, Ky. Richmond Hill, N.Y. . .... Louisville, Ky. . . . .Sharpsville, Pa. .. . . .Virden, Ill. .....Paducah, Ky. .....Camden, Tenn. .....Trenton, N.J. . . . . .La Center, Ky. . . . .Anchorage Kv. .....Louisville, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. West Frankfort, Ill. . .Long Branch, N.J. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Mt. Erie, Ill. .. . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .I1'vington, N.J. . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Slaughters, Ky 7. J UDITH DOLORES PRITCHARD . . . ..... Benton, Ky MARSHALL PRITCHARD ...... ....... R osiclare, Ill LARRY JOE PROW ....... ..... M adisonville, Ky JAMES D, PRY .... ..... B loomiield, Mo 1 IQR 1. CHARLES DEAN RADKE .... .... E au Claire, Mich. KENNETH L. RANDLE .... ...... Ea st St. Louis, I11. PAT ANN RANKIN .. . ..... Daytona Beach, Fla. MICHAEL REDDISH .... .......... S tarke, Fla. 2. JOEL W. REED .... OTIS REED, JR. ........ . WILLIAM L. REYNOLDS RALPH LEE RHEINECKER ..... . . . . . . .Mayf'ield, Ky. . . . . .Hodgenvil1e, Ky. Vernon, Ill, . . . . . .Cutler, Ill. 3. JERRY LANE RHODES ..... ........ O wensboro, Ky. VIN JOHN RICCI ....... ..... A lbertson, L.I., N.Y. FREDERICK H. RICE .... ..... W est Manchester, Ohio JAMES H. RICE, JR. . . . ......... Titusville, N.J. 4. KAREN LEE RICHARDS ................. Columbus, Ohio KATHERINE ESTELL RICHARDSON .......Paducah, Ky. THERESA ANNE RICKMAN ......... ..... P aducah, Ky. BARBARA ANN RIDEOUT . . . . .Henderson, Ky. 5. JEAN C. RILEY .......... .... M emphis, Tenn. JOHN HARTRUM RILEY .... .... . Indianapolis, Ind. DANIEL J. ROBBINS ..... TENNIE L. ROBBINS . . . 6. REBA CHERYL ROBERTS ..... .......Fulton, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Benton, Ky. ROBERT WILLIAM RODGERS . . . ..... Hornersville, Mo. ROBERT L. ROSEBROCK .... . HASKELL JACKSON ROSS .... 7. WILLIAM RODERICK BOUSE . . . JOSEPH ROUTON ............ . . . .Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . .Decatur, Ala. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. ........Paris, Tenn. MITCHELL G. ROWLAND .... ..... M adisonville, Ky. RUDEE ANN RUDD ...... ....,...Cadiz, Ky. . vw 5 Q B Q-V 313 et""3 ' f GLORIA MARIE RUZISKEY .... Q' -'gn L in-1 in J ffm --5, X' I ' u M? 31 IUNIOR 1. PHILLIP L. RUDOLPH ..... THOMAS GARY RUNDLE . .. JOHN C. RUNYAN .............. GERTRUDE THERESA RUSSELL 2. RANDOLPH KENT RUTLAND ........ TERRY ROBERT BRYAN ..... RAYMOND SANDERS . . . 3. RUSSELL W. SANDERS GARY LOVEL SANDLING . . . WANDA CASH SANDLING .... TERRY LEE SANDUSKY .... 4. ANN SAPP ................... DONNA JANE SCARSDALE . . . WALTER SCOTT SCHIERING .... ROBERT SCHROERLUCKE .... 5. WILLIAM SCULL .... PAUL SEATON ................ ROBERT WILLIAM SEIFERT .... LARRY WADE SEWARD .... 6. DIANA SHAHAYDA . . . STEPHEN SHARBER .... DAN SHARP ......... LINDA KAYE SHARP .... 7. NANCY REID SHAW ..... SHARON LEE SHELBY .... DANNY JOE SHELTON . .. RALEIGH SHERERTZ . . . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. .......Benton, Ky. Valley Station, Ky. .Jackson, N.J. . .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . . . Stratford, Conn. .. . .Farmington, Mo. . . .Huntsville, Ala. . , . . . .Milburn, Ky. . . . . .Fulton, Ky. . . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Mt. Varnon, Ill. . . . . .Henderson, . . .Park Ridge, . ......... La Porte, Valley Station, Ky. N.J. Ind. Ky. Binghamton, N.Y. . . . . . . . .Kevil, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. Valley Station, Ky ......Mayt'ie1d, Ky . . . . .Mayfie-ld, Ky . . . . .Owensboro Ky . . . . .Hickman Ky . . . .Paducah, Ky .. . . . . .Fulton, Ky . . . .Huntsvi11e, Ala 1 1 0 1. HAROLD M. SHOEMAKER .... LINDA DIANE SHUCK ........ ANNIE EVELYN SHUMPERT .... . . LEONARD GEORGE SIATTA .... .... 2. RICHARD G. SIDES ...... JON HAROLD SIGHTS .... STEVE E. SIMMONS .............. CHARLES RICHARD SIMPSON ..... . . 3. MICHAEL PAUL SIMPSON .... ROBERT L. SIMS ..................... CHARLOTTE ANNE SINQUEFIELD .... DAVID J. SMITH .................... . . 4. E. JUNE SMITH ...... .... EDWARD G. SMITH ....... GARRY MILTON SMITH JAMES W. SMITH ....... 5. MICHAEL H. SMITH ..... PAUL LEE SMITH .......... RAYMOND EARL SMITH .... . . . SHARON LYNN SMITH . . . . . 6. THOMAS GENE SMITH ....... WAYNE PETER SMITHSON ..... . . DONNA MAY SNYDER ...... THOMAS LEE SOMERS .. . 7. IRIS COLLEEN SPEARS .. . GLORIA VIRGINIA SPECK .... JERRY LEN SPICELAND .... . . . . .Robards, R .....Murray, Ky. ... . .Peoria, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. Calumet City, Ill. . . . . .Amb1er, Pa. .. . . . .Miami, Fla. Q . . .Louisvi11e, wif? was . . . . .Mattoon, I11. . . .Ar1ingt0n, . . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . McMurray, Pa. . Middletown, Ky . . . . . .Union, N.J . . . .Puryear, Tenn . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .EvanSvi11e, Ind Arlington, Ky. ...Syracuse, N.Y. . . Owensboro, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Metuchen, N.J . . . . Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . ....Paducah, Ky. ....Elvins, Mo. . . . . .Murray, Ky. THOMAS ELMUS SPRINGER .,.. Morganfield, Ky. m . .. eg? Nw, k g 4 . .fi ' . In B 47 I W 5 2? 3 . 1. H , ..- I K. WZ., 'J' W iff- W". ii.. jg L K 15 is M-,fs ' -.: fc . 1:3 I I I JERRY STALLONS ............... MITCHELL LYNN STAPLETON .... JOHN M. STECZAK ............ TOMMY STEELE .... 2. JAMES DANNY STEELY .... WALTER J O-HN STEFANSKI . . . JENNIFER LEE STEIGNER .... JOHN KARL STEINER .,.. 3. OR .. . . .Cadiz, Ky . . . .Clinton, I11 . . . .Berlin, Md . . . . .Mur1'ay, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . Binghamton, N.J. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Huntington, N.Y. JUDITH ANNE STEPHENS ........ St. Clair Shores, Mich GEORGE STEPKO ......... JAMES LEE STEVENS .... . . CAROLE ANN STEWART 4. JACQUELINE STEWART .... LARRY NEIL STEWART .... . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind ..Dawson Springs, Ky. .........Murray, Ky. . . . .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Beaver Dam, Ky THOMAS RICE STEWART .....,........ Hopkinsville, Ky. MARVIN ARTHUR STUHLMANN 5. JEAN STULL ............ JEAN ANN SUGALSKI . . . JERRY LEE SUGGS .... JAMES OLAF SUNDE .... 6. EDWARD T. SWINNERTON .... ANDREA SYKES ................. RONALD FREDRICK SZWEDA .. . JAMES H. TACKETT ............ 7. JOHN TANNER ........... FREEMAN B. TAYLOR, JR. MARVIN TECKENBROCK .... CAROLYN YVONNE TERRY . . . Louis,Mo. ........C1ay,Ky. . . . .Langhorne, Pa . . . . . . .Detroit, Mich. . , , . .FarmingdaIe, N.Y. . . . .Princeton, N.J. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ...........Niles, Mich. . . . . .MadisonviI1e, Ky. ......Benton, Ky . . . .Neptune, N.J . . . . .Me-tropolis, Ill . . . . .Marion, Ky 1 10115 1. LAWRENCE C. THEOBALD JANICE MARIE THERIEN , . . GARY CARL THOMAS ............ . MILLARD HERBERT THOMPSON . . . 2. MITCHELL THOMPSON ..... PHYLLIS ANN THOMPSON .. . CAROL SUE TIBBS .............. ROBERT DOUGLAS TIDWELL .... 3. SHIRLEY ANN TITSWORTH .... CHARLES H. TOES ........... WINSTON D. TOOKE ..... JIM L. TOY ........... ..... S t. 4. STEPHEN J. TRICARICO .... PATRICIA PACE TRIMBLE .... CAROLYN B. TRIPLETT ....... EDGAR POWELL TROTTER III . . . 5. MARILYN ANN TUCKER .... GLENN MURRAY TURNER ..... MALCOLM GEORGE TWITTY ..... ROBERT ALLEN UNDERWOOD . . . . 6. SHARON KAYE UTLEY .............. JOHN RAYMOND VanHOOTEGEM . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . . .Waverly, Ill. .Point Pleasant, N.J. .....Benton, . . . . .Paducah, . .......C1inton, Ky . . . .St. Charles, Mo. . . . . .Paducah, Ky . . . Levittown, N.Y. .........Cadiz,Ky .. . . .Lakewood, N.J .....Hardin, Ky . . . . .Hickman, Ky . . . . .Phi1pot, Ky . . . Farmington, Ky ....Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Lombard, Ill . . . Greenwood, Ind . . .Mt. Vernon, Ind . . . . . .Park Forest, Ill. VITO ROBERT VASCASSENNO ..... Orchard Lake, Mich. KENNETH L. VINCENT, JR. . . . 7. ANNE L. VIN SON ............ WANDA THERESA VINSON . . . Acushnet, Mass. . . . . .Gracey, Ky. . . . . . .Cadiz, Ky. H. DALE Voss ............................. Bell City, Mo. JOHN BROWNLEE WADSWORTH ...... Haddonfield, N.J. Francisville, Ill. 3. el PIIA Z .QU 317 K S 'Mu' bv, " 1? I 3321 -: fe Q ,ff I 1 1 1 Q 1. ANNA R. WALDEN .... LILLY E. WALLIS ..... MICHAEL WALTER . . . DAVID H. WARNOCK . . . 2. JOHN E. WATSON . ....... .. FRANK COOPER WATTS ..... HUGH WEAR ............... ANNETTE MARIE WEDER 3. RONALD WEEMS .... ..... .... . . . . . . . STEVEN MORTON WELBORN .... . . . CAROLYN WELCH ........... DAVID WELLS .... 4. DEN M. WESLOI-I .... JACK WHALEN ....... EDWIN WHEATLEY ....... HARRIETTA WHEELER .... 5. JAMES WHEELER .... SUSIE WHITAKER .... DIANNE WHITE ..... FRED F. WHITE ,.... 6. ROBERT T. WHITE ....... ROBERT GRANT WHITE . . . DONALD LEE WHITIS ......... ALBIN CHARLES WILCENSKI . . . . . . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .A11enda1e, Ill. St. Petersburg, Fla. . . .Macc1enny, Fla. . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . .WickliFfe, Ky. . . . .Highland, Ill. .Bonne Terre, Mo. .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .....Bardwe1l, Ky. ....Edgewood, Ill. . . . . . Chicago, Ill. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . .C0vingtor1, Tenn. . .Jamestown, N.Y. . . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. ....Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Bluford, I11. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Cranbury, N.J. 7. JAMES TERRY WILKINSON .... Arlington, Va. EDWARD WILLEN ............... ..... L ouisville, Ky. CHARLES EDWARD WILLIAMS JOHN WILLIAMS .............. . .Carrier Mills, Ill. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky 1 10115 1. KEITH ARNA WILLIAMS .... TED NEAL WILLIAMS ......... THOMAS KENT WILLINGHAM BETTY KAYE WILSON ........ 2. DONNA ANN WILSON ...... DOUGLAS ALLEN WILSON GUY S. WILSON ........... JAMES FRANK WILSON ..... 3. J UDITH ERLE WILSON ...... RAYMOND OWEN WILSON .. . ROSALYN LEE WILSON DAVID WAYNE WIMAN 4. JAMES W. WINN ............. DOUGLAS MAC WINSTEAD . . . BUDDY LESLIE WINTSCI-I .... EMMETT MARSHAL WISEMAN 5. RICHARD L. WOOD ........... JAMES LARRY WOODYARD .. WILSON WILLIAM WOOLLEY , . . . . . RICHARD LYNN WORKMAN 6. SAMMY L. WORKMAN .... JOHN DAVID WORLEY .... ANITA KAY WRAY .... ALICE J. WRIGHT .... 7. KATIE J EAN N E WRIGHT ...... CHARLES RUSSELL WUERTZER ..... RICK V. WYNKOOP ............. .... ROGER LEE YATES .... .Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . .Newport, Ky. . . .Allenhurst, N.J. ....Bardwe1l, Ky. . . . .Murrz-xy, .....Boaz, . . . . Murray, . . . .Murray, . . . . .Paducah, . . . . Murray, . . . .Louisvil1e, Fayetteville, Tenn. Q . . . . .May5eld, Ky. , . . . .Dixon, .,...Newark, . . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . .Albion, Mich. , ........Salem, Ky . .Ft. Carson, Colo, . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Hickory, Ky . . . . .Dexter, Mo . . . . Gleason, Tenn. Hopkinsville, Ky. . . .Bruceton, Tenn. ..Jamestown, N.Y. .Wadsworth, Ohio ...Mt. Vernon, Ill. 1 I JAMES B. YONTS ...... ...... H amd, Ky, N NANCY ANN YOUNG . . . ..... Princeton, Ky. '- BEN ZUKOWSKI .... ......... G ary, Ind. JULIO M. ZUNIGA ..... ..... C amaguey, Cuba X. .. ., w 2341: :EYESL had is., gk, -1 "F, .. -fs:-' If -ei Students welcomed the first snowfall at MSC which ended countless days of hot, dry weather. 37.0 5591979 -YE-I . . '11 l-..'-s 49" --X' ef: wh! '54 AQ A f' Q ...fa-g- 1, 7 -'Ns' 'Sf-C L, .?"- .- 'ww . - -!Q.'sw 121,--4' Q: 'f-..1:.-..- r-ra' F --'-wtv- 'ff U -n a.. ,.- 'Q E.. -,M 5 1 QL 1 Stcmcling, Left to Right: Hilda Ashley, Vice Presidentg George Shaw, Treasurer, Carol Estes, Secretaryg Eddie Grogan, Presi- dent. Sophomore Class Officers .mg 1 Q. -1' f I . 5. as .UNH JOPHOMORE 1. BARRY TILLMAN ADAMS .... GENE MCLEAN ADAMS .... JAMES WILLIAM ADAMS JIMMY LASSITER ADAMS .... 2. JOHN JOSEPH ADAMS .... JUDITH ANN ADAMS . . . . NANCY LEE ADAMS ....... ROBERTA JEAN ADAMS .... 3. RALPH ALLAN ALGER .... WILLIAM FRED ALF ORD . . . ALMA JEAN ALLCOCK .... JAMES D. ALLEN ....... 4. SARA JANE ALLISON .............. ARNOLD MCCORD ANDERSON, JR. . . . BRIAN LEE ANDERSON ........... GAYLE ELIZABETH ANDERSON 5. JUDITH RENE ANDERSON . . . HILDA ASHLEY .......... BILLY WAYNE ATKINS . . . JAMES ERNEST ATKINS .... . . . .Fulton, Ky . . . .MayHelcl, Ky . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .I1-vington, N.J. . .... Murray, Ky Madisonville, Ky ... . . .BOnnie, Ill. Robins AFB, Ga . . . . .Nile-S, Mich. Princeton, Ky. ....Cadiz, Ky. . . . .Guthrie, Ky. . . Trenton, Tenn. . . . . Rockford, Ill. . . . .Murray, . . . .Mt. Vernon 1 . . . .Sweeden, .... . .Murray, . . . .Greenville, Ky. Ind. Ky. Ky. Ky. 21 . -f.. .-- -f-- A SN 4. 9721" f .sf M xx U H M .yur ,V ,. wr is Us var' .,, f - ' 5. SOPHO ORES 1. JEAN K. AUSTIN ....... ..... ..... B e nton, Ky. DAVID SPENCER ALCOCK ..... LaCenter, Ky. DAVID G. BABBS ......... ROBERT JOSEPH BAIRD ..... 2. DAVID L. BAKER ........ JAMES RICHARD BAKER .... JULIE ANN BAKER ...... LINDA SUE BAKER .... 3. BUDDIE RUSSELL BALDREE GEORGE RODNEY BALLART PRESTON WADE BARBER ..... .... SHIRLEY LaRUE BARBER . .. 4. JAMES LOUIS BARNES ...... MICHAEL PATRICK BARNES LAWRENCE J. BARNS ....... JOHN FLETCHER BARR . . . 5. DOYLE EDWIN BARRETT . . . LALLIA MARLENE BARTER .... . JOHN WALTER BATEMAN ..., DONALD W. BAVER ....... 6. MARY ELIZABETH BAZZELL RONALD WILSON BEALE ..... JUDITH ANN BEAN ........ KAREN BEATTY .... 7. KAY BEELER ..... GARVIN E. BELL ....... GARY I-IUBERT BELL .... JUDY CAROL BELL .... 8. LASHLEE BELL ............ JOSEPH SAMUEL BENSON .... . JIMMIE D. BENTSON ....... HAROLD T. BEQUETTE .... ..........Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Dawson Springs, Ky. .......C1ay, Ky. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. .........Boaz,Ky. . . . . .Bickne11, Ind. Union City, Tenn. .. . . . .Mur1'ay, Ky. .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. . .Granite City, Ill. . . . . .Altamoni, III. . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . .Harrisburg Ill. . . . .Rosiclare, III. . . . . .DaytQn, Ohio ....Murray, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Eddyvil1e, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .S1aughters, Ky. . . . .Metropo1is, I11. . . . .Fulton, Ky. 9. JOHNIE WAYNE BERGANT . . . .... Dawson Springs, Ky. DAVID F. BERRY .......... ....... M ayfield, Ky. ROBERT A. BERRY ......,..... ..... L aCenter, Ky. JOYCE CAROLYN BERTRAM . . . .... Lexington, Ky. 37.7. SOPI-IO 1. JOYCE BINFORD .... STEPHEN BISIG ......... WALTER BLACKBURN . . . JANE BLEDSOE ......... 2. ALBERT BOCKMAN ..... PHYLLIS SUE BOLDEN ..... MAURICE C. BONDURANT . . . D'ANN MARIE BORK ..... 3. JIMMY LEE BOSTIC .... GORDON R. BOTTS ..... PATRICIA BRANTLEY .... KAYE BRASHER ...... 4. DARLENE FRANCES BREWER CHARLES KENNETH BRIDGES ALBERT EUGENE BROOKS .. . ROBERT ALAN BROTHERS , . . 5. ANITA RUTH BROWN ...... JOHN CHARLES BROWN ..... JUDITH GAYLE BROWN , . . JUDY MADGE BROWN .. . 6. KENNETH BROWN .... MARY BRUCE ...........,.... PATRICK WILSON BRYAN .. . SHAWN BUCY ................ ORE S . .Water Valley, Ky. . . . . Louisville, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. Dyersburg, Tenn. New Bedford, Mass. Dowagiac, Mich. .....Hickman, Ky. .. . .Rockford, Ill. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Woodstock, Ill. . . . . .Marion, Ky. .....Eddyvi11e, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Cadiz, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Evansville-2, Ind. .Walled Lake, Mich. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Bardwe11, Ky. . . . . .B1oomfie1d, Mo. . . . .To1edo, Ohio ....Fu1ton, Ky. ......F1ora, Ill. . . . . .Mm-ray, Ky. 7. ROBERT JOEL BULKLEY .... ....... G riffin, Ind. BARBARA JEAN BULLARD .. ..... Henderson, Ky. JILL BURKEL ................. ..... L ouisville, Ky. MARION THOMAS BURNAM . ..... Princeton, Ky. 8. PAUL DORRIS BURRIS ..... Henderson, Ky. LARRY BUTERBAUGH ..... ..... C Iymer, Pa. JOHN MARSHALL BUTTS .... ..... F ranklin, Ky. JANET DIANA BUSH ........ .... S ikeston, Mo. 9. HOWARD MARSHALL BUSHMAN .... ..... U niversity City, MO. THEODORE MURIE ............... ...... P almer, Alaska JOE BYERS ....................... .... B edford, Ind. JOSEPH EDWARD CAMPBELL .... .... P rinceton, Ky. 37-3 n- ww - OPHO ORES 1. PAUL ROBERT CANNON . . . CATHRYN JO CAPEL .... DAVID LEE CARLSON .... CHARLES B. CARMEN .... 2. DAVE CARR .......... JAMES B. CARRICO ..... . CHRISTINE W. CARTER . .... . RICHARD ALLEN CARTON ..... . . . . . .Sikeston, Mo. .. . . . .Harrisburg, I11. . . .Bemus Point, N.Y. Morris Chapel, Tenn. .. . .Irvington, N.J. ....Murray, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. .. . . .Avon, N.J. 3. GLENN THOMAS CARTWRIGHT ....... Mayfield, Ky. EDWARD M. CARTY, JR. ........ ..... W hite Plains, Ky. CHARLES T. CATE ............. RONALD L-EONARD CERRITTO 4. ROBERT GARY CHANDLER .... AARON RENDALL CHAPMAN JOSEPH LEE CHILDRESS .... MARK J. CHITWOOD ....... 5. LINDA LEE CHRISMAN . . . . DONNIE LEE CHUMBLER ...... WILLIAM REGINALD CISNEY . JOSEPH I. CLAAR .............. 6. ROSEMARY ANN CLAPES . .. DALLAS EARL CLARK .. . MARIA ANN CLARK .... MARY ADELL CLARK .... 7. TEDDY R. CLARK .......... GLORIA BROOKS CLOUD .... LEVON COCHRAN ........ EDWARD G. COFFMAN ..... . . Springville, Tenn. . . . . . .PlainHeld, N.J. .. . . . . .Barlow, Ky. . . . . .Carbonda1e, Ill. . . . . .Sil-ceston, Mo. . . . .Philade1phia, Pa. .. . . .Dexte1', Mo. .........Kevil,Ky. . . . . .Greenville, Ky. . . .East Freedom, Pa. . . . . .Stamford, Conn. . . . . .Madisonville-, Ky. . . . . . .Badwc-ell, Ky. . Paducah, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Corydon, Ky. .. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Madisonville, Ky. 8. MARILYN JEAN COHOON .... ........ M urray, Ky. DAN COLLINS ....................... ..... W adsworth, Ohio KATHERINE ELIZABETH CONNER .... .... M orris Plains, N.J. JAMES R. CONROY ................ .. 9. CHARLES NICHOLAS CONTOR .... WILLARD RUSSELL COPE ..... LARRY G. COPELAND .... CAROLYN KAY CORBIN . . . 37-4 ...........Cairo, Ill. . . . . .Pontiac, Mich. ..Benton, Ky. . . . . .Bardwe1l, Ky. . . . .Bloomfield, Mo. SOPI-IO 1. MAURA CORLEY .......... DONNA SUE CORNELIUS .... EDWIN GENE CORY ......... CYNTHIA LYNNE COVERT .... 2. MICHAEL COVEY ......... JAMES CHARLES CRAIG .... J EFFERY CRALLE ............ ROBERT STEPHEN CRAVENS 3. KENNY CREEKMUR .... JAMES R. CRIDER ....... JERRY ALLEN CRIDER .... PAUL LVAN CROSBY .... 4. BRENDA CROSS .... ROBERT E. CROSS .... WILLIAM A. CROSS ...... ALICE LOUISE CROUCH . . . 5. RICHARD G. CRUMP SHEILA ANN CRUSE .... BETTY CRUTCHER NORBERT CRUZ .... 6. DONALD CUCUZZELLA ...... THENA BLANCHE CULLEN . . SANDRA LEE CUMMINGS ...,.. JOHN DANIEL CUNNINGHAM 7. ALAN CURTIS ......... . .... . . LARRY WAYNE DAVIDSON . . . JOYCE DAVIE .............. CAROL ANN DAVIS .... 8. CARROL DWYANE DAVIS .... CONSTANCE SUE DAVIS .. . DARRYL DAVIS ......... DANA DAVIS .... 9. DORIS ANNE DAVIS ..... PHILLIP H. DAVIS ..... JERRYL DAVIS .............. MICHAEL ROY DAWKINS ..... O RES ........Marion, Ky . . . .Harrodsburg, Ky . . . . . .Be1mar, N.J . .... Vincennes, Ind . . . . .Portagevi1le, Mo . . . . .Bridgeton, Mo. ..........O1ney,Ill . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . . Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Ar1ingl:on, Ky. . . . . .Buchanan, Tenn. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. ........Benton, Ky. . . . . .Wi1mington, Del. . . . . .Fitchvi11e, Conn, Miamisburg, Ohio .......Murray, Ky. ..........Murray, Ky. South Whitley, Ind. . . . Irvington, N.J. . . . . .Bardwe11, Ky. ........Cairo,I11. Hopkinsville, Ky. .. . .La Center, Ky. . . . .Bickne11, Ind. . . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . . Louisville, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. ...........Miami,F1a. . . . . .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. .......Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . . . . Owensboro, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . . . Louisville, Ky. 325 QQ . .T f 9 Q! 63 A 's ,ht if 1 1, . ... ' I I ,. . J I E U, W M, .az . ,.-. .. X., Q " ' fv- N 1 1 .mf -v E I Q. X1 1 . . av 'R .g L, 3- N H. SOPI-IO 1. MARY HO-WARD DEMPSEY .... LEON G. DEVLIN .............. DONALD ANTHONY DiBELLO MARTHA CAROLE DIETZEL . . . 2. TONY STANLEY DiPAOLO . . . ARNOLD DALE DIX ......... CHARLES ROBERT DIXON . . . DARREL GENE DIXON ..... 3. SARA ELIZABETH DIXON .... BOBBY GENE DOAN ............. PALMER RICHARD DOMENICO RONNIE C. DORTCH ........... 4. DON HARRISON DORON ..... DAVID LEWELL DOUGLAS .... PATRICIA ANN DOUGLAS . .. RAY EDWARD DOUGLAS ...., 5. JAMES KENNETH DOWDY EVA MAE DOWNS .............. ROBERT THOMAS DRENN AN . . FRED WESLEY DUDLEY ........ 6. STANLEY LOUIS DULIN . . . MARY LINDA DUNAWAY .... BRENDA DUNCAN ........ JERRY DON DUNCAN .... 7. JERRE DUPRATT DUNCAN ..... ..... TONY HEATH DUNIGAN .... DONALD RAY DUNN . . . . LINDA J . DURHAM 8. MARY MARGARET DYER .... MIKE O. DYER ............ MARLEN JOAN EAGLE . . . KAREN ANN EBERLE ..... 9. BRENT .OWEN EDWARDS .... DON EDWARDS . . . . .... . . . TOM C. EDWARDS .... JACK C. ELI ......... 37.6 ORE . . . .Greenvi11e, S Ky . . . .Clay City,I11 ........Murray, Ky . . . . .Union City, Tenn. . . . . .I-Iaylet, N.J. .. . . .A1mo, Ky. . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Ridgway, 111. . . . . .Dawson Springs, ............Nob1e, Ky. Ill. . . . Jamestown, N.Y. . . . . .Echo1s, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Karnak, I11. ....Lizton, Ind. .....Kirkwood, Mo. .......Mayfie1d, . . . .Golden Pond, . . . .Princeton, . . . . .Sanford, . . . .Louisvi11e, . ....Murray, . . . . .New Madrid, ........Murray, .West Palm Beach, ............Benton, . . . . .Owensboro, . . . . .I-Iopkinsville, . . . .Chareston, . . . . Princeton, Ky. Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. Mo. Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. Ky. Mo Ind. . . . . .Rochester, N.Y .........Si1ex, .... .Benton, . . . . .Sebree, . . . . .Eiingham . . . .Princeton, Mo. Ky Ky , 111 Ky SOPHO 1. SHERI LORI ELLIOTT ..... GERRY B. ENGLAND ..... KAREN KAY ERICKSON .... JAMES LESLIE ERWIN .. . 2. JUDY FAYE ERWIN , . . CAROL ESTES ....., ........ MAX CARROL ETCHASON . .. BOBBY EVANS ...........,.. 3. LARRY STEVEN EVANS ......... EDGAR THOMAS FARMER, JR. . . . . ARTHUR WILLIAM FIELDS .... IDA JANE FINCH ........... 4. JOSEPH MICHAEL FINKELSTEIN LANNY GENE FINLEY ........... CHARLES E. FINNELL .....,..... MICHAEL CHARLES FISCHETE 5. THOMAS FITZPATRICK .... ERMAN LONN IE FLORA .... KEITH MILO FLORY ...... GARY LOUIS FLOWERS .... 6. JACK FOLEY ......... DELO-RES FORESTER . . . JUDY A. FORT ...... JULIE E. FOSTER . . . 7. LESLIE O. FOWLER ......... ROBERT L. FRANGLONE ...... DENIS M. FRANKENBERGER .... JOYCE LaVONNE FRAZIER .... 8. JOE WAYNE FRENCH .... STEPHEN EDWARD FRITZ . . . RICHARD FROELICH ..... DANNY LEE FULLER ..... 9. JOHN MATHEW FULLER ..... ALBERT B. FUTRELL ..... . . JAMES MASON FUTRELL .... SANDRA KAY GALLIMORE .... . . . .Dawson Springs, Ky ORES ........Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Fancy Farm, Ky. . . . . .Wi11oughby, Ohio ........Murray, Ky. ...........Haze1,Ky. .....Springfie1d, Tenn. . . . . .Edgewood, I11. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Dayton, Ohio . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Washington, Mo. . . . . .Crutch1'ie1d, Ky. . . . . .Whitestone, N.Y. . . . . .Nortonvi11e, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Brooklyn, N.Y. . . . . .C1ementon, N.J. . . . . . . . . .Louisvi11e, . . . . Fredericksburg, ...........Murray, Ky. .....Fairfie1d, I11 ......Benton, . . . . .Louisvi11e, . . . .Mayfie1d, .......Irvington, N.J. . . . . .Louisvi11e, .. .L W , I W 935 . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. .....Painton, Mo. .. . .Freeburg, I11. ' A . . . . . . .Syossett, N.Y. . . . . . Grand Rivers, Ky. . . . .F1int, Mich. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. .....Haze1, Ky. 317 EEF W -Q W -,, ' f "'r- , ' 1" "" I I ' I K X 1'- IS 4 Y 'Q' , uf. .- X .. .EY 'x an . F N' 'S ' In SOPI-IO ORE 1. LARRY GLENN GALYEN ...... DONNIE WOODROE GAMBLIN ORLANDO GARCIA ........... LINDA L. GARDNER ..... 2. LaDONNA SUE GARTRELL . . . FRED JOSEPH GASDIA . . . RICHARD P. GAULT .... JEAN M. GERVICKAS . . . 3. JACK THOMAS GIANNINI .... RONALD R. GIBSON ....... JAMES LARRY GILBERT MARGARET ANN GILES .... 4. BRENDA MARCELLA GLOVER JAMES BRUCE GOEBEL ........ BEV GOLDENBERG ...... JUDY KAY GOODWIN .... 5. JAMES RICHARD GORDON .... LINDA SUE GORDON ....... WANDA L. GOUGH ..... MAIDA LOIS GRACE .... 6. CYNTHIA ZANE GRANT .... WILLIAM C. GRANT ...,. NATALIE L. GRAY ........ ANNA SUE GREENWOOD . . . . . . . .Greenville, . . . . .Earlington ......Murray, . . . . .Clarksville . . . . .Dexter, . . . Irvington, 1 1 Ky. Ky. Ky. Ind. Mo. T N..,. . . , . .Champaig'n, Ill. . ..... Miami, Fla. . . . .Princeton, . . . . .Owensboro, ... . . .Murray, . . . .Louisville-3, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Cottage Grove, Tenn. Lincoln, Ill. . . .Miami Beach, . . . . . . . .Lyndon, Fla. Ky. . . . . .Clinton, Ill. . . . .Milan, Tenn. . . . . .May"rield, Ky. . . . . . .Herod, Ill. . . . .Mu1'ray, Ky. . . . . . . .Detroit, Mich. . . . .Wadsworth, Ohio East Prairie, Mo. 7. JAMES LANCING GREGORY .... Louisville, Ky. SALLY F. GRIGGS .......... ..... L owes, Ky. NORRIS LEE GRISSOM .. . ..... Wingo, Ky. EDDIE L. GROGAN ...... .... M urray, Ky. 8. DALE OWEN GUNKEL .... ..... H ardin, Ky. GARY WAYNE GUNN ......... ...,. S ikeston, Mo. KAREN SCHWART GUNTER . . ...... Clinton, Ky. WALLIS MIKE GUYNN ....... .... S acramento, Ky. 9. SHARON ELIZABETH HACKETT . . . .... Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y. JESSE E. HAIR .................. ..... L incoln Park, Mich. BRENDA CAROL HALE ..... ..... M aclisonville, Ky. CHARLES THAD HALL . . . ....... Wickliffe, Ky. 318 SOPHO 1. ELMER ARTHUR HALL .. . JAMES C. HALL ..,.... RONALD W. HALL ......... BEVERLY ANNE HAMAN . . 2. PAMELA A. HAMER ....... CLARENCE WESLEY HAMM GARY O. HAMPTON ........ JOSEPHINE HANCOCK .... 3. WILLIAM FRED HANCOCK BARBARA JEAN HANKINS .... HOWARD F. HARKINS, JR. . . JAMES ROD HARMON ...... 4. VICKI ANN HARMON .... CELIENA JOAN HARRIS CAROL JANE HARRISON JANICE KAYE HARRISON .. 5. ROBERT J . HAWKIN S ...... PATRICIA ROSE HAYDEN .... CHRISTINE MARIE HAYNES EDWIN KEITH HAYS ....... 6. NANCY CAROLYN HEADY . MICHAEL W. HEIMER .... CHARLOTTE RAE HEINA .... IRINE CHAMPION HELFER .. 7. DANIEL S. HELTSLEY ....... JOHN VICTOR HENDERSON . ROBERT T. HENLEY ......... DAVID W. HENNE ..... 8. FRANCES HENRY .... MARY KAY HENRY .... ROBERT LLOYD HEPP . .. LEONARD J. HERBIG . .. ORES ....Be-nnington, Vt. .......Mi1an, Tenn. ....Madisonvi11e, Ky. .......Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . .Southgate, Mich. ..C1inton, Ill. ....Greenwich, Conn. ......Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Central City, Ky. . . . .Winter Haven, Fla. . . . . . .Greenvil1e, Ky. . .... Water Valley, Ky. . . . . .Marion, Ky., . . . . .Haze1, Ky. . . . . .Hardin, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Fairfie1d, Ill. . . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . .Macon, Ga. ....Murray, Ky. ....Sturgis, Ky. ....Brad1ey, Ill. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. .. . . .MayF1e1d, Ky. . . . .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. . . . . . .MayHe1d, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Anchorage, Ky. .........Sturgis, Ky. . . .Pinckneyvi1Ie, Ill. .....Ca1vert City, Ky. 9. HAROLD WAYNE HERNDON ...... ..... M ayfield, Ky. HOWARD EUGENE HERNDON, JR. ... ...... Wingo, Ky. ROGER G. HERRON ............... .... H Anson, Ky. JANET L. HIETT .... . . . . .Benton, Ky. 329 SOPHO 1. DAVID O. HIGHTOWER .... JOYCE D. HILLEBRAND .... PATRICIA WARREN HINES . JAMES THOMAS HINKLE 2. FRANK X. HOFFMAN ...,... SUSAN AUTRY HOLCOMB .. JACK M. HOLMES ........... LAURA ROSE HOLT . . . 3. RENNIE S. HOLT . .. JACK B. HOPKINS ....... JON GREG HOPKINS ...,... PAUL WARREN HOPPING . . . 4. KAREN RAE HOWARD .... JUDY ANN HUBBLE .... GWENELL HUFFINES .... CHARLES W. HUGHES .... 5. JOE RICHARD HUTCHENS . KENNETH RAY HUTCHISON MARY M. IRVINE .............. JERRY JACKSON .... 6. AUDREY JACOBS ......... GAI-L WESLEY JASPER .... SANDRA LEE JENKINS . .. DEBBIE ANNE JOHNSON . . . 7. DANIEL ERWIN JONES ..... DONALD WAYNE JONES .. ELSIE MAE JONES .......... ESSIE DAISY JONES . .. 8. HOWARD WILLIAM JONES PATRICIA K. JONES ....... SHERI MERLE JONES ...... THOMAS VARNELL JONES 9. PATSY JUNGE . .......... .. JOHN CHARLES JURIGA . ROBERT FRANK KADY .... RICHARD STUART KAHN .... 330 ORES . . . . .Bardwe11, Ky. ....Metropolis, 111. . . .... Hardinsburg, Ky. ... . . . .Clinton, Ky. .....Cincinnati, Ohio . . ...... Mayfield, Ky. ..Indianapo1is, Ind. . . . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . .A1'1ington, Ky. . . . .B1o0mfield, Ind. . .Madisonville, Ky. . . . . Cincinnati, Ohio . . . .Geo1'getown, Ohio . . . . .Trenton, Tenn. . . . .Bell City, Mo. .. . . .Trenton, Ky. . .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. ..Calvert City, Ky. .......Buffalo, N.Y. . . . . .Bedford, Ind. .East Paterson, N.J. .. . . . .Gary, W. Va. Lincoln Park, Mich. . . .Waclsworth, Ohio . . . Jamestown, N.Y. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Mayfielcl, Ky. . . . .Trezevant, Tenn. . . . .Kenilworth, N.J. ........Fulton, Ky. . , .... Gilbertsville, Ky. . . .Madisonvil1e, Ky. .. . . . Salisbury, N.C . . .Binghamton, N.Y . . ..... East Brunswick, N.J . . . . . .Brooklyn, N.Y SOPI-IO ORES 1. MORRIS JOHN KAUFHERR .. KENNETH LORIN KEEL ....... MARY LEE KELLER ..... ROBERT KELLER 2. JOHN DAVID KEMP .... LORIS LEE KEMP ..... JOHNNY KENDALL ...... SALLY ANN KENNEDY .... 3. WILLIAM ALBERT KEOWN .... JAMES KERLICK ........... VERGIL KEMMEL ...... WILTON L. KIMMONS .... 4. ROBERT CLYDE KINDER .... CAROLYN KING ............ MICHAEL KING .......... WILLIAM DAVID KING .... 5. ROBERT KIRKPATRICK . . . RONALD CECIL KNIGHT ..... ROBERT D. KOCH ............ WILLIAM HENRY KOENECKE 6. EDWARD D. KOPSHEVER .... LESTER LEROY KRAMER .... MICHAEL JAMES KROLL .... BARBARA SUE LACY .... 7. JACK JOSEPH LACY .... BOBBY RAY LAGOW .... STEPHEN LaMAR ....... CHERRYLL SUE LAMB . . . 8. DOUGLAS LAMBERT ..... JANE ANN LAMBERTH .... DAVID ALAN LANIER .... ANDREA LASSITER .... 9. LEILA MAXINE LeCERRU .... JEANETTA PEARL LEE ..... KAREN LENTS ............ ROBERT MAX LEWIS . . . . . .Flushing, Mich. .......Murray, Ky. . . . .Taylor, Mich. Champaign, I11. . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Hickman, Ky. Springville, Tenn . . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . .Earlingtor1, Ky. . .Murray, Ky. Thompsonville, I11. ....Brighton, Tenn . .... Corydon, Ind ..Hopkinsvi11e, Ky .....Paris, Tenn . . . .Paducah, Ky. .......Pekin, 111 . . . . Louisville, Ky . . . .Mayfield, Ky . .Murray, Ky . . . . .Pinckneyvi11e, I11 .St. Petersburg, Ill East Detroit, Mich . . .Owensboro, Ky . . . . Vincennes, Ind. . . . .Mt. Carmel, Ill ....Princeton, Ind. ....Ca1vert City, Ky. McLeansboro, Ill. .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .. . . . . Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. Winter Valley, Ky. .Beech Grove, Ky. .......Benton, Ky. . . . .Trenton, Tenn. 331 0? I SOPI-IO ORES 1. JAMES DOUGLAS LIGON ..... SANDRA F. LINN ....,.... DARRYL R. LIPPS ................. .. KENDALL DWIGHT LITCHFIELD 2. MARTHA LOU LITTLEPAGE . . . CARLOS W. LOFTUS ........ JENNYE ELAINE LONG .... VICTOR LEE LONNON .... 3. OWEN A. LOVETT ......... JANICE LOY ............... SAMMIE HOWARD LUCAS ....... STANLEY HAROLD LUMSDEN . . 4. WILLIAM JAMES LUNSFORD . . . DAVID LEE LUSK .............. JEAN ANN LUTHER ..... MARYJANE LYLES .. . 5. . . . . .Shively, Ky. ... . .Benton, Ky. . . . . . . .Ni1es, Mich. .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. .. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .FairfIe1d, Ill. .. . . .Marion, Ky. . . . .Essex, Mo. . . . .Peoria, Ill. . . . .Mi1an, Tenn. . . . . .A1to0na, Iowa . . . . .Ber1toh, Ky. DAN THOMAS MCBRIDE ........... ....... B enton, Ky. GARY WADE MCCLARD ....,....,... .. RICHARD SAMUEL MCCLINTOCK .... .... LUBIE DAN MCDANIEL ............. 6. JANELLA McDOUGAL ........ LARRY OWEN McDOWELL .... VIOLET J. MCELROY ......... SUE MCHANEY ...... 7. HERBERT A. MCPHERSON, JR. . . . . LAURAINE LEE MCPHERSON .... JAMES ERNEST MADDOX .... THOMAS REED MADISON .... 8. HELEN CLARINDA MARKUS .... .. DIANE YVONNE MARSHALL ..... .... BOBBY CARROL MARTIN ..... MARVIN NICHOLAS MARTIN .... 9. RONNIE WELDON MARTIN .... JOHN HOWARD MATHESON .... J UDITH ANN MATLOCK ..... MARIAN MATTINGLY .... 337- ........Almo, Ky. Johnston City, I11. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . Providence, Ky. ..Mansfie1d, Tenn. ....Me-tropolis, Ill. .. . . .Gas City, Ind. .....Gas City, Ind. . . .Owensb0ro, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. ....Metropo1is, Ill. Riviera Beach, Fla. . . .Providence, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. .Cunningham, Ky. . . .Portland, Maine . . . . . .Pz-lducah, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. OPI-IO ORES 1. DONNA FAYE MAYFIELD .... ..... O wensboro, KENDAL MELTON .......... ....... B enton, y. STANLEY MELTON ......... ...... E vansville, Ind. LUIS LAZARO MENENDEZ . ...... Miami, Fla. 2. LESLYE MERCER .... ...... S tarke, Fla. STEVE MIKWKA .f. .... New York, N.Y. CAROLYN MILES ........... ....... M ul-ray, Ky. FRANK EDWARD MILLER .... ..... M iddletown, Ky. 3. HARVEY MILLER 4 ...... Clementon, N.J. " JOHN MILLER ..... Deer Park, N.Y. MIKE MILLER .... ........ H ardin, Ky. WAYNE MILLER ..... Louisville, Ky. ' W 4. JAMES MONROE MILLIGAN ..... Trenton, Tenn. 1 JANICE KAY MILLS .......... .... R ichmond, Ind PHILLIP MISSICK . . . .... Bardwell, Ky GARY MIZE ...... ..... C leaton, Ky. 5. CAROLYN MOORE ..... .... P aducah, Ky. GARY DON MOORE .. . ..... Metropolis, I11 ROBERT MORAN .... CATHY MORGAN 6. ELLEN RAY MOR.GAN .... KIRK MORGAN ....... RONALD MORGAN .... THOMAS MORGAN .... 7. JEAN MORRIS ........... J OE STEWART MORRIS .. . LOU NELL MORRIS ........ . . . .Hopkinsvil1e, ........Benton, ........Utica, . . . . .Louisville, . .Benton, . . . .Hopkinsville, . .......... Cadiz, .........Arlington, Dawson Springs, RONALD EDWARD MOSS . . . .... Hopkinsville, 8. JANET MOTHERAL .... RONNIE MOUBRAY . . . MARILYN MOYER . . . MICHAEL MULLER . . . 9. MARY LOUISE MUNDAY .. GEORGE RAY MURPHY THOMAS MURPHY ..... EUGENE MURRAY .... . . . . .Louisville, . . . . .Murray, . .. ..... Murray, . . . . . .Evansville, . . . . . .Falls Church, Ky Ky Ky Ky Ky. Ky Ind. .......Avon, N.J. Va. . . . .Portland, Me. . . . . .Ecldyvil1e, Ky. 333 "Fu-t. 1 i A Q 9 mls.. A s f'-S I gaa: S iw x .fu Q. . . . ,.- l I -' -eil! . "- -I A " 'TTZ1 X ll 93524 . , J . ,,, 1 M '54 ' fi 1 ws, ,U 11 . ,, , Q l , . , K 335 we ff I ... ' " ffl :UE kigff . fsfiffffviw., f 521524. A I I H w 1, H l HSE Im we ' W x l l asmw x - - 3 SLE ' JN Ein N. K mms? EW - zz, 'f .. . , SA E 4 1- 9 I OPI-IOMORES 1. LINDA MARSHA MURRAY JOHN ROBERT MYERS .... NANCY JAYNE NASH .. . POLLY ANNE NASH . . . 2. DENNIS PATRICK NEARY . RAYMOND EARL NELSON. JAMES WARREN NEWMAN HARRIETT ANN NEWTON . 3. JAMES H. NEWTON ........ BUDDY LOUARD NICHOLS DONNA KAYE NUNN ...... GARY DOUGLAS OAKLEY 4. REBECCA SUE OAKLEY .. . DANIEL L. OATES ......... CHARLIE JOE OGLETREE . DONALD WILSON OLIVER 5. JIMMY LEON OLIVER .... RUTHANNE OLIVER .. . NANCY L. O'NEIL JOHN EUGENE ORR 6. GLENDA KAY OSBORN . .. SANDRA KAY OUTLAND . SANDRA L. OUTLAND .... JUDITH CAROL OVERBEY 7. JUDY ANN OWENS ........ PATRICIA NEILLE PALMER Summerville, S.C .......Canton, Ill . . . . .Milan, Tenn . . . .Fenton, Mo. . . . . .Laforte, Ind. . Mt. Vernon, Ind West Chicago, Ill. . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . . . .Fulton Ky. 1 . . . .,... Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Marion Ky. s . . . . .Benton Ky. 1 . ..... Hopkinsville, Ky . .Evansville, Ind. . . . ..... LaCenter Ky. v .. . . .Murray Ky. J . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . .Edclyville, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Vienna, Ill. McLeansboro, Ill. . . . . .Mur1'ay, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .MU1'P8y, Ky. . . .Frankfo1't, Ky . .Ho1lywood, Fla FRANK ANTHONY PAPPALARDO . . . .... Methuen, Mass LAURA JANE PARIS ............. 8. KENNETH MAXWELL PARKE . . . . . . BILLY T. PARKER ...,.......... .. CARMON MAX PARKS . .. MARY JANICE PARKS .... 9. STEVE PARSLEY .... BRUCE D. PARTIN .... PATTY L. PASCHALL ...... . . . RICHARD LEE PASCHALL 334 .....Cobb, Ky .Fort Myers, Fla . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky . . .Pittsburgh, Pa .Brownsville, Ky Cunningham, Ky . .Memphis, Tenn ......Paris, Tenn SOPI-IO ORE 1. JOHN PASCO .......,. JAMES LEE PEACH .......... PATRICK ALLEN PEARSON RAY PELLEY ................. 2. MARY PERKINS ..... ALLEN PERRY ..... CLAUD PERRY ..,.... RONNIE PETERSON .... 3. PHILLIP PETRO .......... DARREL LYNN PHELPS .... LARRY PHELPS .......... DENNIS PHILLIPS .... 4. MARTHA PHILLIPS ........ ROBERT NAGEL PITMAN MICHAEL POVENDO ...... J UDITH POWELL ....... 5. BELINDA JOYCE PRINCE GLENN ALLEN PROCTOR .... GERALD PRUDEN ....... JOAN CAROL PRUITT .... 6. CHARLES PRYOR .... PHILIP PUTNAM .,................ RANDALL STEPHEN QUINDRY GARY QUINT ...............,.. 7. CARROL RAFFERTY . . . SHEILA ANN RAGER . . . EARL RAMSEY ......... MADELYN RATHBUN .... 8. JAMES RAY ..,.... KATHY REAGAN ............ FUGATE WELLS REDMON ..... CHARLES ELLIS REED ....... 9. JOHN CLINTON REICHERT .... FRANCES REID ............ PATRICIA REID ....... ROBERT RENSHAW .... .......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Ho11aday, Tenn. .. . . .Corydon, Ind. ....Kenney, IH. . .... LaCenter, Ky. . .... Cadiz, Ky. ....Wingo, Ky. . . . . . .Decatur, Ill. .....Orade11, N.J. . . . . . .Fredonia, Ky. ....Calvert City, Ky. ....Perryvi11e, Mo. . . . .Marion, Ky. ......Mayfie1d, Ky. .....Eatontown, N.J. . . . . .Calvert City, Ky. ......Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ind. ........Livia, Ky. . . . . Clinton, Ky. . . . . Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . .Fairfie1d, Ill. .Be1knap, Ill. ..........Fai1-dale, Ky. West Des Moines, Iowa ..Dawson Springs, Ky. Lakes, N.J. ....Me1ber, Ky. . .Herrin, Ill. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . . .Clay City, I11. ....Grand Chain, I11. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. I11. 335 K mggvrw H .1 J- it Y in , 5: FL, I X " Y- w5'-- . , I , 15 af I PIE. f T l - 2" ..J . M 1 , 2 gh I. f X. 1 . .g:g5.:,..,1 I , fa.. :gag ,QM . EQ: 'X :rgj-in! SOPHO 1. JEROME PIERCE RESSETAR JUDITH R. REXROAT ..... . . . CARROL R. RICH ............ JANE PATRICIA RICHARDS .... 2. DONNA FAYE RICHMAN .... N. YVONNE RICKMAN ..... LARRY D. RIGGS ........ JENNIFER E. RILEY . . . 3. SARAH LEE RILEY . . . GARY F. RINEY ............ LARRY ROBERT RINGER .... DONALD R. RISTER ..... 4. RICHARD JOHN ROBBINS . . . BETTY JANE ROBERTS .... KAREN ROBERTS .......... MARTHA R. ROBERTSON . .. 5. LARRY DEAN RODNEY .... JUAN JOSE RODRIGUEZ .... DIANE JUNE ROGERS . . . BARRY E. ROPER .... 6. DARROL WAYNE ROSS .... RAY VERNON ROSSMAN .... PATRICIA ANN ROWLAND .. . CURTIS MILTON ROYSTER . 7. WILLIAM EDWARD RUNYAN ANN RUSSELL .............. JIM RUSSELL ........ JO ANNE RUSSELL .... 8. JOHN PHILLIP RUSSELL . . . SONDRA ANN RUSSELL ..... WAYNE MICHAEL RUSSELL ASGHAR SADEGHI ......... 9. JOHN LINVILLE SALMON .... JOYCE ANNETTE SANDERS . PHYLLIS M. SANDERSON .... ....... . CHARLES WILLIAM SANDMA 335 ORE S ...........L1nco1n, I11. Lebanon Junction, Ky. .............Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Chicago, 1I1. . . .Palmersvi11e, Tenn. .......Hickory, . . . . .Owensvi11e, . . . .Paducah, . . . .New Madrid, . . . . .Washington, ....La Plata, . . . .Omaha, . . . .Mahwah, . . . . Clinton, ......Sturgis, . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. Ind. Ky. Mo. Ind. Md. Ill. N.J. Ky. Ky. Ky. Herrin, Ill. . . . . .Quetzo1tenango, Guatemala ..................Murray, . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. Ky. . . ...... Benton, Ky. .....Centre Hall, Pa. . . . . . .Mi11town, N.J. . . . .Corydon, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. ....Owensboro, Ky. ......Russe11vi11e, Ky. ........Kevi1, Ky. ......Mayf1eld, Ky. . . . . . Stamford, Conn. ......Ahvaz, Iran . . . .Paris, Tenn. ......Cobb, Ky. . . . . .Mayiie1d, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. OPHO 1. DIANE SATTERFIELD . .. ROBERT SATTERFIELD .... DONALD SAUNDERS ........ ALBERT RAYMOND SCALES 2. CAROLYN SCHAEFER MICHAEL SCHARDT ......... AUGUST PAUL SCHILLER .. CAROLYN SCHMIDT ....... 3. CHARLES SCHMIDT ....... JULA KAY SCHMITTLER i .... MARVIN GEORGE SCHROTH JOHN ERIC SCHULTZ .......... 4. RUPERT ALLEN SCOTT . .. RONALD SCRUGGS ......... DONNA CAROLE SEAFORD . RICHARD ANTHONY SEFICK 5. RICHARD SERINO . . . . GERRY SHAFFER .... GEORGE SHAFTO .... MARY ANN SHAW . . . 6. BENNY MACK SHELTON .... LINDA SHETLER ........... RONN IE DALE SHOLAR .... JUDY MAIRE SI-IROAT .... 7. SARAH NANCY SHUFF ..... THOMAS RALPH SICILIANO ANNE GREER SIMPSON ..... KENNETH RAYMOND SINCLAIR .. . 8. GARY WENDELL SINK ..... JOE SKELTON ........... JAMES SLAUGHTER .. . DAVID SLAY ....,.. 9. JOY SLIGH ........... SARAH L. SMEDLEY . . . CARL SMITH ......... DONALD SMITH .... ORE S . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . Owensboro, Ky. ..O-ak Park, Mich. . . . . .Chand1er, Ind. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Kettering, Ohio . . . . Collinsville, I11. Winter Haven, Fla. . . . . .Ba1knap, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . Decatur, Ill. . . . .Ar1ington, Va. . . . . . .Mayfield, . .Hopkinsvil1e, . . . . . Murray, . . . .Keansburg, . . , .Livingst0n, Ky. Ky. Ky. N.J. N.J. Collierville, Tenn. . . . .Neptune, N.J. . . . . .Pa-xducah, Ky . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Vienna, I11 . . . . .MayfieId, . . . . .Murray, . . . .Hickman, . . . .Neptune, . . . .OwenSboro, . . . .Murray Newport News, ..Ca1vert City, . . . . . . .Farm1and, J efferson City, Ky. Ky. Ky. N.J. Ky Ky. Va. Ky. Ind. Mo. Highland Park, I11. .....,Paducah, Ky. Belknap, I11. Silver Spring, Md. 337 N x -' M2222 .age ' -' ,A I M N 'FT' ,... 1" 1,7 N. sw. i VJ' mva A f ' . E2 22? ..E.4fZ'i 2. , ... , .., .,,, .. P 11:3 fly. OPI-IOMORE 1. HENRY LEAN SMITH ..... MARY LOU SMITH .......... MICHAEL EUGENE SMITH .... RONALD K. SMITH ......... 2. ROBERT CARVER SMITHSON RICHARD B. SMOOT ......... DAVID ALLAN SOKOLVICKI MARGARET ANN SOLOMON ..... 3. JEANIE CAROLE SOWELL .. . JUDI ANN SOWELL ...... PATRICIA ANN SPANN ...... THOMAS ROBERT SPEISER .. 4. MAXIMILIAN G. SPILLMAN .... PHYLLIS JEAN SPURLIN .... DANA LAVERNE SPURNIER . JAMES HENRY STAHLER, III 5. TED L. STARNER ......... KYN DA KAYE STEVENS ........... . . . JEANNE ELIZABETH STEYTLER .... J. KEITH STICE . ................ . . 6. f NAOMI J . STICE ...... TONYA LEI STOKES . .,... . ANNA FRANCES STORY ...... REGINALD MAXIE STRINGER 7. THOMAS F. STUCK JIM STULL .............. JANE KAY SULLIVAN ....... . . . . .Louisville, Ky .....Murray, Ky . . . . .Bridgeport, Ill. . . . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .....Chicago, Ill. . . . . .Benton, Ky. .. . . .Benton, Ky. .. . Paducah, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .Niantic, Conn. ... . . . .Mayfield Ky. r . . .White Plains, Ky. . . . . . . .Mar1on, Ky. . . . .Coopersburg, Pa. . . . . . . . .Mu1'ray, Ky. .Dawson Springs, Ky. . . . .Painesvi1le, Ohio . . . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . .Brownsville, Ky. . . . . .Crossvi1le, Ill. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Ketteringg Ohio ........Clay, Ky. . . . . . . .Crossvi11e, Ill. DWIGHT FOWL-ER SWANN ..... Gilbertsville, Ky. 8. SUSAN SWEENEY .......... WAYNE LEWIS SWEENEY .. . ROGER L. TANNER ......... ELIZABETH JANE TARTT . . . 9. BILL E. TAYLOR ..... JANICE KAY TAYLOR ....... THOMAS DANIEL TAYLOR .. WILLIAM C. TAYLOR ...... 338 ....Or1ando, Fla. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Cutler, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Fairfleld, Ill. . . . . . . .Clinton, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . Indianapolis, Ind. SOPI-IO ORES 1. WILLIAM TAYLOR, II .... JULIUS TESKE ........ HENRY THEISS .............,. JOHN EDWARD THEROUX .... 2. PAMELA JOY THOMAS .... CAROLYN THOMPSON .... MICHAEL THOMPSON RITA THOMPSON ....... 3. STEPHAN THOMPSON ....... TEENA LOUISE THOMPSON . . . JEAN THONI ................. JAMES B. THORNTON .... 4. GARY WAYNE THOMPSON ...... PATRICIA LOUISE THURMOND KENNETH THURMOND ........ BRENDA TICHENOR .... 5. BRIAN ASHLEY TIERNEY .... STEVEN TITSWORTH ..... SAMMY TODD ......,. COSTELLA TORIAN .... 6. MARTHA TOSH .. . JOHN TOWLE ..... ELIZABETH TOY ........... RONALD EARTH TUCKER 7. STANLEY TUCKER ....... JOHN DION TURNBOW ..... DON WILLIAM TURNER ..... MARIA NAIDA UPCHURCH 8. CAROL VAUGHAN ........ DANA ROSE VAUGHAN .... HERBERT VAUGHN .... JACK VAUGHN ....... 9. SUSAN VENTRESS . . . WILLIAM DON VIED T. H. VINCENT, JR. .. JANET VINSON .... ..Grosse Point, Mich. West Kensburg, N.J. . . . .Woodhaven, N.Y. . . . . .W. Acton, Mass. . . . .HopkinsviIle, Ky. .......Benton, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. .......Ni1es, Mich, . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . . .Nashvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Madisonvi1Ie, Ky. . . . . .Hampton, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Ca1houn, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . . . . .Bardwc-311, Ky. . . . . .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. . . . . Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Hai-risburg, Ill. . . . .Lowes, Ky. . . . .GriiTin, Ind. .. . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Be1knap, Ill. . . . .Bel1evi1Ie, III. . .Detroit, Mich. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Faii-Held, III. .....Dayton, Ohio . . . . .Fredonia, Ky. . . . . .Bandar1a, Ky. ......Essex, Mo. 339 J if .L W.. Q. ' Q vfgllif -5 5 1? N! Q L... .V ...J QM 'A-.fan SEQ A I 'flzuwi .. K Nfl M A w ,.f CR SOPHO ORES 1. KAREN V. VOSS ......... NANCY KAY WAGNER .. . JAMES LARRY WALKER . . . PAM A. WALKER ........ 2. JUDITH ELAINE WALLACE .... . VICKI SUE WALLACE ...... LEO CARLISLE WALLIS .... LARRY WAYNE WALTZ . . . 3. MICHAEL WAYNE WARD .... . . . BENNY FRANK WARFORD . . . SANDRA ALICE WARREN .... JACKIE WASHER ........... 4. DIANE WATKINS ............. JOHN ROBERT VVEATHERLY JOHN LEE WEAVER . ..... .. PEGGY L. WEEKS ..... . . . .Bell City, Mo. ...Metropo1is, I11. .....Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Rickford, Ill. . . . .Detroit, Mich. ...Symsonia, Ky. ......To1ono, I11. ...Norwich, Ohio ..Henderson, Ky. ....Murray, Ky. . . . .Guthrie, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky .....Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Princeton, Ky. 5. WILLIAM HUNT WELLBORN, JR. .... ..... E ast Prairie, Mo. PATRICIA G. WELLS .............. ..... B aton Rouge, La. RONNIE E. WELLS ......... THOMAS TARRY WELLS 6. SHERRY R. WESELOH .... CLARA A. WEST ....... WILLIAM E. WEST .... MARY F. WHAREY .... 7. D. SUE WHITE ..... JANICE L. WHITE ........... RONALD DAVID WHITFIELD NANCY SUE WHITTAKER . . . 8. GLYNA L. WICE ....... JON MARK WIELDT ...... PAMELA KAY WILCOX .... CAROLYN FAYE WILEY .... . . . .Eddyvi1le, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Denver, Colo. ....Murray, Ky. . . . . .C1inton, Ill. . . .Trenton, Tenn. ....Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. White Plains, Ky. Ballston Spa, N.Y. ..Nortonvi11e, Ky. ....F1ora, Ill. .. . .Herri.n, Ill. .....Nebo, Ky. 9. WILLARD LEE WILKE . . . ...... Belknap, I11. HARRIET L. WILLIAMS ........ ..... Le itchfield, Ky. LLOYD ANTHONY WILLIAMS . . . NANCY JO WILLIAMS ..... .... 340 .....Chicago, Ill. . . . . .Benton, Ky. OPHO 1. BOBBY BOYD WILLIAMSON .. JIMMY WILSON .............. RONALD WILSON ............ JOHN EDWARD WINDELL ..... 2. TOM WINKLER ................. DANIEL CLARENCE WINTERS RICHARD WOODS ............. SHARON ANN WOOTEN ..... 3. MAX WORKMAN .............. CHARLES WILLIAM WOOTTON MICHAEL LYNN WRIGHT .... SARA ELIZABETH WRIGHT 4. THOMAS EDWARD WRIGHT .... .... KENNETH WYATT ........... SANDRA WYNNS ........... LARRY BRUCE YANDELL ..... ORES . . ....... Eddyville, Ky. .............Hazel, Ky. . . . . .Richmond Hill, N.Y. Corydon, Ind. ' .......Dale, Ind. Bridgeville, Pa. McLeansboro, Ill. Mayfield, Ky. .........Murray, Ky Elizabethtown, Ill . . Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Liberty, Ind .New Brighton, Pa Hazel Park, Mich. Springville, Tenn. ......St. Charles, Ky 5. JOYCE KATHLEEN YARBROU GH .... ....... M urray, Ky PAULETTE YARBROUGH : ........ ..... C olumbia, Tenn BRENDA KAY YOUNG ........ RICHARD JOHN ZAKRZESKI . 6. ANTHONY ZALESKI ........ CAROLE JEAN ZARECOR .... . . ..... Morganfield, Ky . . .. .....Syracuse, N.Y ....Newark, N.J. .. . .Humbo1dt, Tenn. KEN ZIMMERMAN ........ ..... U nion City, Tenn THOMAS T. ZOLLINGER .... ..... L ouisville, Ky 34-I Q- 9 Q- Q- I .... , .gi if, 1 f WL V '-fo. 'f1:ei.m --h ---1 . ...S vi . Freshmen Class Officers FRE 1. GARY LYNN ADAMS ........ JAMES LEONARD ADAMS .. . SYNDA GAYLE ADAMS ..... NANCY CAROL ADAMS 2. Standing, Left to Right: Bob Dycus, Vice Presidentg Diane McNutt, Secretaryg Johnny Rose, Presidentg Judy Howard, Treas- urer. S H . . . . .Mu1'ray, Ky. . . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. ROBERT WILSON ADAMS, JR. .... ........ M aylield, Ky. TERRY LYNN ADAMS ........... MARILYN KAY ADDINGTON DONNA MARIE AGNEW ..... 3. JOSEPH AIELLO ......... ROBERT ALLEN AKERS . . . DODIE AKIN ............. MARY DEAN ALCORN .... 4. SANDRA LEE ALEXANDER . . ALICE AINSWORTH ALLEN . BEVERLY JANE ANDERSON KAY BARRETT ANDERSON . 5. FRANK X. ANDREULA .... STEVE M. ANDRUS .......... MARTHA KAY ARENSMAN . . JAMES WILLIAM ASHLEY . . 347- ....Mt. Clemens, Mich. . . . . .Boonvil1e, Ind. ....I-Ienderson, Ky. ..............Irvington, N.J. . . . . .Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . Carbondale, Ill. ...........Hazel,Ky. ....Bowling Green, Ky. .......Barlow, Ky. . . . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. . .... Hoboken, N.J. . . . .Roswell, N. Mex. . . . . . .Metropolis, Ill. . . . . .Eldorado, Ill PRES 1. MARY VIRGINIA ATNIP .......... NANCY ANN AUGENSTEIN ...... JANET CAROLYN AUSENBAUGH NANCY CAROL AUSTIN ......... 2. GORDON AVERBACH ........ MICHAEL WADE AVERETT .... PATRICIA DEANE AYER .... PAM FAYE BABB ....... 3. JUDITH DIANNE BAILEY .... JEANNIE BAIRD ............ DANNY RAY BAKER JERRY BAKER ...... 4. HARRIET BALDRIDGE LARRY RUSSELL BALL .... RITA KAREN BALL .... ROBERT BALLARD 5. PHILLIP MAURICE BANNING .... SHIRLEY ANN BARE ........... ROBERT LEE BAREFIELD .... ANN BARGER ............ 6. JANSSEN DREW BARHAM . .. BARRY WAYNE BARKS ..,. LYNDLE BARNES ......... NANCY BARNREUTHER .... 7. FRED BARNETT . . . SARAH BARNETT ................ JAMES HENRY BARTHOLOMEW . RONALD LYNN BARTLEBAUGH .... 8. CHERYL DIANE BARTON . . . LOUIS BARTON ............. LUCINDA CAROL BARTON . . . TOMMY BARTON .......... 9. DAVID BRYAN BASHORE JOSEPH BASILE .........,.. CYNTHIA DIANE BASSETT .... GARY RAY BEARD .,..... . . ..... Benton, Ky . . . . . . .Owensboro, Ky ..Dawson Springs, Ky . . ..... Cottage Grove, Tenn . . . . .Rego Park, N.Y .......Parma, Mo. . . . . Madisonville, Ky . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky ....Paducah, Ky . . . . Sturgis, Ky .....Hardin, Ky .. . .Camden, Tenn . . . . .Hickman, Ky . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky . . . . .Corydon, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky . . . . .Cowden, I11. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. .....Go1conda, Ill. . . . .Kennett, Mo. ....Sanford, Fla. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . .Paducah, Ky. .....Hickman, Ky. . . . . .Paris, Tenn. .....Sikeston, Mo. . .Clymer, Pa. ..Winter Garden, Fla. . .Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ... . . . . . .Mayf1e1d, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. Hillcrest Heights, Md. .. . . Jamestown, N.Y. . . .Hebbardsvi11e, Ky. ....Dyersburg, Tenn. 343 I. f w f I gy . -5 RA- 1 y 1 P55 A E5 1 1 2 5 ,L 1 me H8 -as sf QL. Qi 0- C A J ' : . .. Haiti:-J I , . , -. - Q... Q W. .. : . gy .IW 2. , is 1 if I A N-., 4' S . ...Wil 1 I A I . , ...L A I I I 5 l . ' ll A SN E .f,, N wi ? ' -- ex Q :V se I ' , ,V lx .1 ,. . Y 4, .N x H .wav ' ' A F , ST - . I ' X , , ,, .nl Q- 5 . ,:-,,:..,- , lei . 'W " ... .1 ' , .3 ' X VJ 6. Q Q . j 3 :5 ' A - uw ww ' 5561 I I Ai' ' XM gf ni' 'Y vb X I ' if ,LL ,-N, J -1 ' :ff - yy 4 , A Ysssiiiiiiii? " T P I. f' - 1... , Q . Fw- .f Ra I .-.dy if PRES 1. JUDITY ANN BEASLEY . . . PAMELA G. BEASLEY ....... JOHN MALCOLM BEATON .. . BRUCE B. BECK ........... 2. RO-NNIE LYNN BECKNER ........ .. DONALD CRAIG BECKWITH ....... . . . CARL CORNELIUS BEESLEY, III MICHELE ANN BELL ........... 3. LEWIS MONROE BELLEW . . . MARION P. BELOTE .............. SANDRA ARLENE BENALLICK . CAROLYN BENNETT ............ 4. SARA DANNA BENNETT .... PETER DAVID BEREZUK .... MICHAEL B. BERNASEK .... RONNIE WAYNE BESHEAR . . . 5. KAREN ANN BESWICK ...... DONALD WAYNE BILYEU .... ROY ALLEN BIRDSONG ,.... CAROL DIANE BISHOP .... 6. ROBERT WILLIAM BISHOP ALICE H. BLACKBURN ...... DAVID RAY BLACKBURN ........ . NANCY SUGANO BLACKFORD .... . . . 7. DONNA JOAN BLAKE ......... ELIZABETH ANN BLALOCK ......... . DANIEL ROGER BLANKENSHIP, JR. . . . . . . JANET KATHRYN BODDY ...... 8. JANET RUTH BOEHNE .... TANA LYNN BOHANON .... JAMES THOMAS BOLDEN . . . CAROLYN BOLEN ......... 9. ROBERT VEON BOLES .... JAMES MILLER BOLEY ..... TERRY L. BOLING ...... ANTHONY E. BOND .. . 344 .....Reed, Ky. . . . . .Elkton, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Blue Island, Ill. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . .J amestown, N.Y. Owensboro, Ky. . .Cleveland, Ohio Crutchfield, .. . . . .Murray, .....Miami, .....Murray, Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. Water Valley, Ky. . . . . . .Depew, N.Y. . . . . .Sparta, Ill. . . . . Princeton, Ky. J effersonville, . Hopkinsville, . . . .Louisville . . . .Bardwell, . . . .Florence, . . . .Fordsvi1le, .........Clay, . Hopkinsville . Hopkinsville, . . . . . . Murray, . Beaver Dam y 1 Q Ind. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Oak Park, Mich. . . .Evansville, Ind. . . . . Paducah, Ky. . .Dowagiac, Mich. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . Madisonville, Ky. . . .Leitchfield, Ky. . . . .Glenwood, Ill. . . . . Naperville, Ill. FRE 1. LOIS DON BOOK ...... MALY ANN BOO-TH .... ROSEMARY BOPP .... JOHN BOSTICK 2. WILLIAM ROSS BOURNE .... JERRY LEE BOWEN ....... ELIZABETH ANN BOYD JAMES H. BOYD ....... 3. PAMELA ANN BOYD ...., SHARON MARIE BODY .......... BRUCE ALLYN BRACKMANN ANN ROSS BRADLEY .......... 4. LUCIA ANN BRADSHAW DONALD RAT BRAME ......... RONALD HENRY BRANDON .... PATRICIA LEE BRANTLEY .... 5. MARTHA JANE BRANDON .... STANLEY GENE BRANTLEY .... MICHAEL DE LYNN BRASHEAR NANCY ELIZABETH BRATCHER 6. RONALD WILLIAM BREEN .. . SANDRA ANN BREEZE .... PHYLLIS LYNN BRENDA . . . GILLIS AARON BRIDGES .... 7. J UDITH ANN BROACH . . . MARY LOUISE BRODIE ........... . . . FRED CHARLES BROMBORSKY DONNA SUE BROWN ............ 8. FREDERICK BROWN HARVEY BROWN ........ .. NANCY CAROLE BROWN .... NANCY J . BROWN .......... 9. THOMAS RAY BRUCE ............... ERNEST HOWARD BRUMBAUGH DEW ANNA BRUMLEY ............ WILLIAM EDWARD BRUNNER .... . Hopkinsville, E Henderson, Ky. ...Fairdale, Ky. Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Water Valley, Ky. . .Oberlin, Ohio .Central City, Ky. ......Elkton, Ky. . Princeton, Ky. . .Mayfie1d, Ky. .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. .....Elmhurst, Ill. ....Benton, Ky. . Louisville, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. .Ear1ington, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ........C1ay, Ky. ...Brookvi11e, Ind. Owensboro, Ky. ..Allendale, Ill. Mt. Vernon, Ill. Ky. .......Murray, Ky. . . .MorganHe1d, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .Owensboro, Ky. .....Irvington, N.J. ..FuIton, Ky. . . . . .Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. Valley Station, Ky. .....Crutchfield, Ky. ....Livermore, Ky. . . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Norway, Mich. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. 345 pl fb W I . we N J Y fs L N ' .um w V Zi? A H H WJ In .H H N N .lg -1 ww m ww ff Q K' 255 , Q l V 5 ' H Q Q I. " in W1 PRE 1. CAROLYN LOUISE BRYANT .... MITCHELL LEE BRYANT . . . ROBERT JOHN BRYANT .... DONNY RAY BUCHANAN .... 2. JOSEPH P. BUCHANON .... CAROLYN ANN BUCY .... S H .....Paducah, Ky. . . . .Cadiz, Ky. . . . .A1vin, Texas ....Murray, Ky. . .Royersford, Pa. . . . . .New Concord, Ky. CONNIE JANE BUNTAIN ............ ..... L awrenceburg, Ky. MILDRED ELIZABETH BURDETTE 3. JIM BURGENER ............... JOSEPH JAMES BURGIN, JR. .... . MODESTO WILFREDO BURGOS .. JENNY CAROL BURKEEN ..... 4. MARITA NELL BURKEEN .... LARRY GENE BURKHART GEORGE JAY BURNETT .... ROLLO DALE BURNETT 5. BRENDA CAROL BURGE .. . JOSEPH BURGIN ........... MARCIA LYNNE BURPOE .... BONITA SUE BURRESS . . . 6. CATHERINE BURRESS ...... MARY LOUISE BURRIDGE ....... DONALD THEODORE BURSTEIN . . ANITA JEAN BURTON ......... 7. BILLY JAMES BURTON .... PAUL E. BUTTERWORTI-I ..... ROBERT T. BUSBY ........ HARRY LEE BYRD .... 8. SALLY SISSON CALDWELL . .. LOWELL DALE CALENDER .... O. JEANETTE CALHOUN .... BETTY J. CALLOWAY ..., 9. RONALD B. CAMIC .... ALMA JO CAMPBELL .... CATHY CAMPBELL ........ ELLA RUTH CAMPBELL ..... 346 . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Decatur, Ill. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . ..... Almo, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. . .Paducah, Ky. ....Metz-opolis, Ill. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .LouisvilIe, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . .Hodgenvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Lakewood, N.J. . . . .Murrz-ly, Ky. .. . .Providence, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. .........Henderson, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. . . . .Dukedom, Tenn. . . . .Ledbetter, Ky. .........Cad1z, Ky. . . . . . Owensboro, Ky . . . . . Lawrenceburg, Ky. .....,Henderson, Ky ... . . .Fu1t0n, Ky .....Sardis, Miss PRES 1. MARLENE CAMPBELL . . . THOMAS CAMPBELL ..... ANN RHODES CAPELLE .. . STEVE CARLISLE ...... 2. BETTY CARLSON ...... ....... GWENDOLYN CARLTON ....... FLOYD WINSTON CARPENTER ROBERT J. CARPER ............ 3. HORACE MICHAEL CARRIGAN BRENDA CARTER ............. CHARLES LEIGH CARTER .... JESSE JAMES CARTER ..... 4. WANDA JERONE CARTER .... CARROLE ANNE CASEY ..... ELBERT THOMAS CASEY JAMES CASH ............. 5. BEVERLY LALONE CASH MARGIE ANN CASTLEMAN .... JUDY FRANCES CATHEY ..... ROBERT ANTHONY CAVANAH 6. MICHAEL CAVANAUGH .... CECILIA FAYE CAVITT ........ DIANE CHAMBERS ............ JAMES CLAYTON CHAMBERS 7. MICHAEL CHARLTON .... ANN CHERRY ................. ......Benton, Ky . . . . . .Rose1and, Va . . Owensboro, Ky .......Kevi1, Ky . . . . . .Paducah, Ky . .McLeansboro, Ill. . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ill . . . . . Ashley, Ohio . .Murray, Ky ....Metropo1is, Ill .....Arlington, Ky ......Boaz, Ky . . . . .Ar1ington, Ky ......Paducah Ky 7 . . Hopkinsville, Ky . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . .Louisvil1e, . . . . Hickman, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . . .Princeton, Ky ..Forest Hills, N.Y. .....Murray, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Dover, Tenn. RICHARD GEORGE CICCOLELLA .... ..... F t. Campbell, Ky. WILLIAM T. CLAGETT ........... .... Elizabethtown, Ky. 8. BARRY C. CLARK .... Bremen, Ky. EDDIE RAY CLARK ......... ..... P aducah, Ky. MARK WAYNE CLARK ....... ........ C adiz, Ky. NANCY ELIZABETH CLARK .... ..... I ndianapolis, Ind. 9. JOHN ALAN CLAYTON ........ .Madisonville, Ky. WILLIAM WRIGHT CLAYTON .... .... P rovidence, Ky. LOUIS CLEMENTZ .............. .... M assapequa, N.Y. JOSEPH LEONARD CLOTHIER .. . ......Radcliff. Ky. 347 Ky. FRE I-IME 1. LENA ROSE COBB .... JOHN P. COCHRAN .... MARY GAIL COCHRAN ....... LINDA ANNETTE COLBURN .... 2. ELIZABETH TOWNES COLE .... JEANETTE COLE .............. PHY LLIS JEAN COLEMAN .... CAROLL LYNN COLLINS 3. J ANICE FAYE COLLINS .... THOMAS COLLINS ........ LARRY DAVID CONNER .... PHILIP SUMMER CONNER 4. DANIEL E. CONRY ........... CAROLYN GAYLE CONWAY SHEILA COOPER ............ WAYNE EDWARD COPE .... 5. HOWARD COPELAND, JR. MIKE E. COSBY .....,......... MICHAEL ANTHONY COSTA .... SANDRA COSTELLO ........ 6. MARY LEE COTHRAN .... BERNARD COX, JR. .... . LEA COX ............... SAUNDRA JEAN COX ..... 7. MORRIS WAYNE CRACRAFI' .... SHIRLEY ANN CRAVEN ......... BYRON GARRISON CRAWFORD RICHARD NEIL CRECELIUS .... 8. GARY LYNN CRICE ........ CAROLE GRANT CROUCH ....,. THOMAS WILLIAMS CROU CH .... PAMELA CROWELL ............ 9. BARBARA ANN CRUM ..... LARRY DALE CRUTCHER ..... JETTA CAROL CULPEPPER ..... sUzE ANNA CULTRA ........ 3 4 8 . . . .Benton, Ky. ....Marion, Ky. ......MayfieId, Ky. . . .Calvert City, Ky. Downers Grove, I11. .Center Line, Mich. ........Dexter, Mo. . . . .Da11as, Texas . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. ....Mayfie1d, Ky. ....Cadiz, Ky. ....Hobart, Ind. ....Fredonia, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. .. . .Benton, Ky. ....C1inton, Ky, ....Bardwe11, Ky. . . . . .Jackson, N.J. ....Murray, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. ....Owensboro, Ky. . . .Madisonvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . . .Stanford, Ky. . . . .E. Prairie, Mo. .....LaCenter, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .WicklifEe, Ky. . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . . . . Crestwood, Ky. ....Dover, Tenn .....Murray, Ky . . . . . .Rives, Tenn FRESH 1. SHARON CUNNINGHAM SHERRY ANN CURLING BETTY LEE CURTIS ..... GERALD T. CURTIS .... 2. STEPHEN LEW CUSHMAN .... BONNIE LEE DALLAS ....... PAMALA JEAN DALLAS ....... STEPHEN HAROLD DALZELL 3. HELEN BENNETT DAME .... PAUL THOMAS DANTIC . . . BRIA K. DARLING ..... MARY ANN DARNELL . .. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . . .Mi11wood, Ky. .....Scherervi11e, Ind. .. . . .Mill Shoals, I11. . .. ..E1dorado, I11. ....Dongo1a, Ill. .....Newman, I11 . . . . . Madisonville, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky . . . . . .Stamford, Conn. . . . . . .Princeton, Ky. 4. ROBERT EDWARD DARR ..... ...... N ew Concord, Ky. WANDA LEE DAVENPORT .... ....... M ayfreld, Ky. LIZ A. DAVIS ............... MARGARET ANNE DAVIS .... 5. MARION ALICE DAVIS PATRICIA GAIL DAVIS ..... RALPH IVAN DAVIS ....... WAYNE DOUGLAS DAVIS 6. WILLIAM MICHAEL DAVIS .... JOE MARTIN DAY ........... .. . . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . Somerville, Tenn. .........Mayfie1d, Ky. .West Paducah, Ky. . .Mu1keytown, Ill. ...........Pana, I11. .....Paducah, Ky. ..........Nebo,Ky. PATRICIA ANN DAY .... ..... M adisonville, Ky. JOYCE DEASEL ..... ..... M etropolis, I11. 7. ALICE JANE DeHAVEN ...... .... H ardinsburg, Ky. JANICE LORETTA DeLUCA ..... .... R ed Creek, N.Y. BETTIE SUE DENHAM ..... DEAN HILL DESPIN .... 8. EARL LOREN DEVINE ..... LINDA KAYE DIBBLE . . . RON F. DICKERSON ...,.. IMOGENE DILLINGHAM .... 9. . .... Princeton, Ky. . . . .Norwich, Conn. . .Grand Rivers, Ky. .. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. SANDRA GAIL DILLINGHAM ..... ...... Whi te Plains, Ky. STAN C. DINNER .............. CHERYL LEE DIVINE JAY DEAN DIVINE .... Kew Gardens, N.Y. .........Bremen, Ky. . . . . .Bremen, Ky. 349 Hull v 5' Q09 FRESI-IME 1. SHARON JO DIXON ........ LUTHER EDWARD DOOM .... WILLIAM ALLEN DOOM .... KERRY GLEN DORTCH 2. MARGARET ANN DOSS ..... LARRY ALLEN DOUGLAS .... BARBARA SUE DOWDY . . . BETTY JO DOWNING 3. JUDY GAIL DOWNING .... WANDA SUE DRINKARD .... BILLY EUGENE DRISKILL .... SYLVIA LOUISE DUBREE ..... .... 4. MARSHA LYNN DUFFIN .... DENNIS ALLEN DUKES .... JOE L. DUNIGAN ........ CAROLE JEAN DUNN 5. KAREN KAY DUNN ..... NANCY KAREN DUNN ....... RONALD DEAN DUNN ......... .... ROBERT DOUGLAS DYCUS ..... .. 6. CHARLES EDWARD DZIEDZIC DOUGLAS HAGER EADS ........ . . ALBERT ROSS ECKERT, III ..... . . LARRY EDMONSON ......... 7. CAROLYN BERYL EDWARDS ..... J OHN ERNEST EDWARDS .... JUDY EDWARDS ............ ROBERT PAUL EDWARDS .... 8. DERRELL ELKINS ..... KAREN ELLINGTON ...... GERALD M. ELLIOTT ....... SHERRY YOUNG ELLIOTT 9. RONALD MARK EMERY .... ALLAN JAMES EPSTEIN . . . ANITA LOUISE ESCI-I ..... MICHAEL T. ESTES .... 350 Springfield, I11. Smithland, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . .Hartford, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. ......Karnak, Ill. ......Benton, . . . . .Hardin, . . . . .Benton, . . . . .Hickory, Benton, . .C1overport, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. . . . . .Mi1ton, Ind. . . .Hoopeston, I11. . . . . . Benton, Ky. . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. Bell City, MO. Pinckneyville, Ill. . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . . .Fulton, N.Y. . . .Louisvil1e, . . . .Hampton . .Providence . . . . . .Benton . . . .Neptune, . . .Louisvi1le, Cynthiana, ......Benton, ......Benton, . . . . Fulton, . . . .Paducah, . . . .Mayfie1d, . . . . Irvington, J 1 1 Ky. Va. Ky. Ky. N.J. Ky. Ind. Ky. Ky Ky. Ky. Ky. N.J . . .Effiingham, Ill . . . .Li1bourn, Mo PRI-ESI-I E 1. SARA JILL ESTES ...... SUE ANN ETHERTON .... THOMAS DEAN EVANS .... RICHARD R. FAGAN .... 2. LINDA KAY FARLEY ........ CHARLES H. FARMES ........ ALFRED ARTHUR FARRELL .. STEPHEN GRRARD FEEHAN .. 3. MELVIN DOUGLAS FERGUSON WILLIAM A. FERGUSON ...... VIRGINIA DARLENE FIELDS .... JOHNNY CARLTON FILBECK .... 4. MARY FRANCES FILER ....... BOBBIE TAYLOR FLEMING .. WANDA SUE FLEMING ....... LAWRENCE MELVIN FLORA . . 5. HO-WARD FLOSS ............ DAWN JALERIE FLOWER .... MARIAN RUTH FLOYD ..... NANCY LEE FLUITT ..... 6. PATRICIA K. FOGLE ...... MICHAEL PAUL FORBES CAROLYN ELAINE FORD .... CHARLES WESLEY FORD ,.... 7. JOANNE WOOD FORE .. . JEANNE ALLEN FORE .... GLORIA A. FOREMAN . . . PRESTON FORSYTHE 8. ROBERT WRIGHT FOSTER ....... . . WILLIAM MATTHEW FOULK DONNA FOIUST ................ WILLIAM GLOVER FOX ..... 9. ROBERT EARL FRALICK .... MARGARET RAY FRALICX . . . ALECIA FRANKLIN ........ DAVID FRANKLIN ........Sebree, . . . . .Princeton, ...Owensboro, Ky. .....Dongo1a, Ill. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. ....Oakhurst, N.J. .......Murray, Ky. .Springvi11e, Tenn. . . .Stamford, Conn. ..Jersey City, N.J. . . .Providence, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. ....Wingo, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. ....Champaign, I11. ......Guthrie, Ky. ...Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. .Park Ridge, N.J. ....Jeffersontown, Ky. . . . . Paducah, Ky. .J eifersonville, Ind ........MaT10n, Ill. . . . . .Cadiz, Ky. .. . .Mayfie1d, Ky ....Way1and, Mo. .....Way1and, Mo. . . . . . Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. Hackettstown, N.J. .. .... J effersontown, Ky. . . . .Ear1ington, Ky. . . . . . Princeton, Ky. . . . .Benton, Ky. East Detroit, Mich. . . . . . . .Princeton, Ky. 351 Ky. Ky. FRE I-IME 1. PAUL THOMAS FRANKS . . . LYNN GAYLON FRASER .... BETTY ANNE FRAZIER . . . DIANE E. FREDERICK .... 2. JAMES DONALD FREENMAN ..... THOMAS SAMUEL FREEMAN . JO ANNA FRITZ ............... STANLEY RICHARD FROM .. . 3. EDWIN JOSEPH FUNK .... JOHN M. FUQUA ........ JAMES S. FUTRELL ....... GERALD JOSEPH GAETA .... 4. ROBERT LAWRENCE GAFFEY JEFFREY MORRIS GAGNON .. ANNA FRANCIS GALLOWAY ..... HOYT DEVANE GARDNER .... 5. RICHARD POGUE GARDNER . SHARON GARMS ....,......... CHARLES L. GARNETT, JR. .. JERRY F. GARRETT ........... .....Co1u1-nbus, Ohio . . . .Ear1ington, Ky. ......Boston, Ky. .....Louisvi11e, Ky. ......Neptune, N.J. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Lrvingt0n, N.J. .....Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Farmington, Ky. . . . . . .Mayiie1d, Ky. . . . . .Jamestown, N.Y. Atlantic Highlands, N.J. .......Lindenwo1d, N.J. .....Murray, Ky. .....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . . . .C1arksvi11e, Ind. . . . . Cape Girardeau, Mo. . . . . Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . . . Louisville, Ky. 6. SUE CAROLE GARRETT .... ..... V alley Station, Ky. DEAN CHARLES GAUCH ...... .... W est Manchester, Ohio JUDITH ELIZABETH GEGG . . . GORDON THOMAS GERMAIN ..... 7. DANA ALLEN GETZ .... JIMMY DALE GEURIN .. DONALD GEORGE GIBBS ..... PAUL A. GIBSON 8. RANDEL CLYDE GIBSON .... SUZANNE GIRARD ........ BOBBY GISSENDANNER .... DAN L. GLOVER .......... 9. LYNNE MARIE GNUSKE NANCY JO GOHEEN ...... ANITA ARLENE GOINS ..... HECTOR M. GONZALEZ .... 3579 . . . . . . . .Mt. Prospect, Ill. . . . . . .C1inton, Mo. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ..... .A1fred, N.Y. ....Centra1ia, Ill. ....Me1ber, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .E. Orange, N.J. .....Wingo, Ky. . . . . . .Streator, Ill. .....Paducah, Ky . . . . . . .Me1ber, Ky ......Louisvi11e, Ky FRESH 1. ALBERT C. GOODIN ...... PAUL GOODLEY ........... SANDRA JANE GOODWIN JERRY LYNN GORRELL . . . 2. GEORGE ROBERT GRAF DALLAS GRANT ...,........... . . . .East Prairie, Mo. . . . . .Henderson, Ky. ........Wingo, Ky. . . . . . .Lewisburg, Ky. . . . . .V .Mayfie1d, Ky. . .Marion, Ky. BERNARD EUGENE GRAVES .... ........ M arble Hill, Mo. BOBBY MITCHELL GRAY ..... ...... D awson Springs, Ky. 3. WANDA SUE GRAY ...... EDWARD LYNN GREAM .. . JOHN GREANEY ......... H. B. GREEN .... 4. JANITH KAYE GREENE ....... DANNY GLEN GREENFIELD .... CARLA SUE GREENWELL .... DAVID GLEN GREENWOOD 5. ANNA JIMETTE GREER .... JAMES CLIFTON GREER .... JAMES GREER ..................... ROBERT HANSFORD GREGORY .... 6. HELEN BETH GRESHAM .... LEE EDWARD GRIDER ...... CAROLYN MARIE GRIFFIN . GORDON SCOTT GRIFFIN 7. ELSIE JEAN GRIGSBY JOHN WAYNE GROSS ....... J AN IS GROTH .............,... CHARLES RICHARD GROVES 8. JOHN WAYNE GUETTERMAN JUDY ANN GUINN ........... MICHAEL LYNN GUNN .... LARRY PAUL GUNTER .... 9. JANET GUTHRIE ...,..... MARY JANE GUTHRIE ....... WAYNE KEITH GWALTNEY PAT HACKETT ............... . . . . .Bardwe11, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. ........Cairo,I11. . . . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . . Murray, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . . .Hialeah, Fla. . . . . . . Evansville, Ind. .....I-Iickman, Ky. ......Carbonda1e, I11. . . . . .Wheatcroft, Ky. . . . . . .Henderson, Ky. .....Cerulean, Ky. .........Kevi1, Ky. ......Evansvi11e, Ind. .....Port1and, Maine .....Cadiz, Ky. ....Qu1in, Mo. .Toledo, Ohio ......Sikeston, Mo. ... . . . . .Cairo, I11. . . . . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Madisonvil1e, Ky. .......Fu1ton, Ky. ....Murray, Ky. ....Puryear, Tenn. ....Owensvil1e, Ind. . . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. 353 Db if PRES 1. BARRY WAYNE HAGAN DAVID EUGENE HALE .... DONNA RAE HALL ..... ELTON JAMES HALL ..... 2. HUGH RONALD HALL . . . JOHN PETER HALL ...... MICHAEL LYNN HALL .... NANCY LEE HALL ..... 3. PHILLIP JOHN HALL ..... SUE HALL ................ ROBERT L. HALLMARK .... BRENDA K. HAMILTON .... 4. SHEILA JANE HAMPTON .... ROGER LEE HANEY ...... CHRIS N. HANSEN .............. THOMAS MICHAEL HARGROVE 5. SANDRA SUE HARMON .... ALAN WAYNE HARMS ..... HEWITT McKEE HARNED WANDA HARPER .......... 6. DONALD EDWARD HARRIS . . . JAMES WAYNE HARRIS ..... MARGARET ANN HARRIS ..... JIMMIE LEE HARRISON ..... 7. JOHN M. HARRISON ......... KENNETH RAY HARRISON JANET KAY HART ......... PATRICIA KAY HART .... 8. ROBERT MICHAEL HARTON .. BERNARD JAMES HAUN ....... THOMAS ALLAN HAWBECKER DWIGHT CLIFTON HAWKINS ..... 9. S. DIANN HAWKS .......... MARTHA ELLEN HAYES .... WILMA HAYES .......... CAROL ANN HAYNES 35 4 .....Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Oak Grove, Ky. ........Burna, Ky. .. . .Granite City, Ill. ........Mayf'ie1d, Ky. Bennington, Vermont .........C1eaton, Ky. . . . . .Wickliffe, Ky. . ...... Fulton, N.Y. . . . .Calvert City, Ky. .....Owensboro, Ky. .. . . .Wick1iife, Ky. .....Stamford, Conn. . . . .Harrisburg, Ill. . . . . .Ludlow Falls, O. . . . . . .MayHeld, Ky. ..........Kansas,Il1. . . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . . . Frankfort, Ky. .......Kevi1, Ky. . . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . .Lemont, I11. ......Benton, Ky. ....Fulton, Ky. . . . . Farmington, Ky. . . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . , .Dexter, Mo. .....Burna, Ky ........Paducah, Ky. . . .Niagara Falls, N.Y. .........Aurora,I11. . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . .Dresden, Tenn . . . .Henderson, Ky ....,Murray, Ky . . . . .Paclucah, Ky FRESH 1. SHERRY ANN HAYS ..... WILLIAM M. HEAD, JR. . . . . JAMES DAVID HEATER ..... MICHAEL THOMAS HEATH . . 2. BECKY SUE HEFFLIN . . . HEILIG L. LINN .............. PEGGY JEAN HELM .......... BONNIE FRANCES HELSLEY .... 3. CAROL ANN HENDERSON ..... . . . DEBORAH ANN HENDERSON RACHEAL ANN HENDERSON RICHARD ALAN HENDERSON 4. ROGER LYNN I-EJNDERSON ..... CLARA SUSANNE HENLEY .,.. LINDA KAY HENRY ....... NANNIE LOU HERNDON .... 5. ANDREW JAMES HETRICK .. DONNA MARCIA HIBBS ..... JEROME LEE HICKS ....... BETTY LOUISE HIGDON ..... 6. MARY ELIZABETH HIGGINS .... WILLIAM MERRELL HIGGINS STEVE BRADLEY HILAND . . . CAROLE KAY HILL ........ 7. LINDA CAROL HILL ....... MARY BETH HILLYARD JUDITH LEE HINKLE ......... BARBARA DIANNE HINSQEN . 8. BEVERLY ANN HINSON . . . THOMAS YOUNG HITER .... J UDITH ANN HOBBS ...... ANITA DALE HOCKER ..... 9. BILLY JOE HODGE .... ROBERT J . HODGE ....... JESSIE LEIGH HODGES ...... WILLIAM FRANCIS HOEY .... Cottage Grove, Tenn. . . .College Park, Ga. .......Benton, Ky. . . . . Gilbertsville, Ky. .. . . .Paducah, Ky . . . . Carbondale, Ill. ........Nebo, Ky. . . . . Henderson, Ky. . . .Water Valley, Ky. . . . .Beaver Dam, Ky. . . . . . .Bar1ow, Ky. . . . .Henderson, Ky. . . . . . .Tuscola, Ill . . . . . Metropolis, Ill. . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . . .Bethleham, Pa . . . .Providence, Ky ......Hardin, Ky . . . .Slaughters, Ky . . . .I-Iazlet, N.J . . . . .Sanford, Fla. ......Benton, Ky. . . . .Bardstown, Ky. . . . . Providence, Ky. . . . . . . . .Cairo, Ill. . . . . . .St. Louis, Mo. . . . . .Russellvi1le, Ky. . . . . .East Alton, Ill. . .... Benton, Ky. . . . . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . . .Livermore, Ky. ........Murray, Ky. ...Fancy Farm, Ky. . . . . .LaCenter, Ky. . . . . .Fu1ton, N.Y. 355 PRES 1. KAYE ELAINE HOLDING .... JACQUELYN HOLLAND ..... BENJAMIN HOLLOWAY CHESTER F. HOLLOWAY .... 2. JOE R. HOLLOWAY .... LYNNE HOLLOWAY .... JIM E. HOLMES .......... SHARON ANN HOLMES . . . . 3. DANIEL T. HOLT ....... KENNETH W. HOLT ...... LAURA YVONNE HOLT .... CHARLES H. HOLTZ .... 4. JUDY HOODENPYLE ..... DONNA GALE HOOPER .... TEDDY RAY HOPKINS .... PATRICIA ANNE HORN ..... 5. CAROL ANN HOSKIN S ..... DONALD BERT HOWARD ..... JOHN MARSHALL HOWARD ..... . . . JUDITH KATHRYN HOWARD . 6. PERRY WAYNE HOWARD .... PHYLLIS RAE HOWTON .... SAMMY HOUSDEN ...,..... MARY JANICE HOUSMAN .... 7. JANE ELLEN HUBER .......... WILLIAM CAMERON HUFF ..... . . KENNETH W. HUFFMAN, JR. . JOE PAT HUGHES .......... 8. GEORGE WILSON I-IUMPHRIES GENEVIEVE HU MPHRIES ....... . . MICHAEL THOMAS HUNDLEY CLETIS OWEN HUNT .......... 9. MIRIAM ELIZABETH HUNT . . . JOHN K. HUNTER ........... JOHN W. HUNTER ............ ELIZABETH ANN HUNTLEY .... 356 . .Mt. Vernon, Ill . . . . .Paris, Tenn . . .Louisvi11e, Ky ... . .Harned, Ky ......Wingo, Ky. .....Fulton, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ind. . . . . .Senath, Mo. . . . .Paducah, Ky. Morganfield, Ky. ...........Ca1y,Ky. . . . .Matawan, N.J. .....Fu1ton, Ky. .Cookvi11e, Tenn. ....Clinton Ky. .....El.kton, Ky. . . .Bardwe11, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. .Dycusburg, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . Providence, Ky. . . .Mar1in, Texas ....Murray, Ky. . . .Mayf'1e1d, Ky. . . . .Haz1et, N.J. . . .Paducah, Ky. .Richmond, Ind. Farmington, Ky. ....Gracey, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. ..Louisvi11e, Ky. .. . .Marion, Ky. .. . .Marion, Ky. . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. ...Rahway, N.J. . . . . . .Sparta, I11. FRESH 1. DARLENE MAE HUPP ...... THOMAS ANTHONY HURT ..... ELSIE KATHERINE HUNTER .. . JOSEPH NICHOLAS INGRAO . .. 2. LYNDA DOU IRVIN .... PATRICIA IRVIN ............... DAVID H. IRWIN ................ HARRY EDWARD IVESTER, JR. 3. FRANCES ELAINE IVIE .... THOMAS LEO-N JACKS ...... RALPH VERNON JACKSON ........ ROBERT RUSSELL JACKSON, JR 4. SUE ELLEN JACKSON .... WILMA JEAN JACKSON .. . ARNOLD NOEL JACO ...... MARY ANNETTE JAMAR .... 5. MARSHA FRAN JARVIS ED FRANK JEFFREY .... KAREN S. JENKINS ....... NANCY SUSAN JENKINS ..... 6. DANNY RUSSELL JENNINGS .... . . LEE TREMAINE JENNISON ........ .. . RUSSELL QUENTIN JESTER, JR. DONNA MARIE JOHNSON ...... 7. GARY WILTON JOHNSON .... JAMES ROBERT JOHNSON .... JIMMY W. JOHNSON ....... R. BARRY JOHNSON .8. ROBERT EARL JOHNSON .... NORMA GENE J OINER .. . PHYLLIS A. JOLLY ..... CORA ALBENA JONES . . . 9. DANNY LEE JONES ..... FREDRICKIA JONES ...... GUIN N HOLMAN JONES .... JAMES EDWIN JONES .... . Madisonville, . . Evansville, Ind. . .Foljt Knox, Ky. . ..... Owensboro, Ky. .J amestown, N.Y. .......Haze1, Ky. .. . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. Middlesboro, Ky. . . . . . Paris, Tenn. . . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. . . . . .Murray, . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . . Providence, Ky. .. . .Paducah, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. ..Bloomfie1d, Mo. . . .Symsonia, .....Murray, Ky. ..Mt. Vernon, Ill. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . .Cowden, I11. . . . .Hickrnan, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. .. . . .Cadiz, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . Hickman, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .HawesviIle, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .May5e1d, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. ...Mayfie1d, Ky. 357 S 'S . x A ?? gg,-A 3 w 7 x A ii! f 1 2 , N rv Ii. 1-f .- . 2.25. f r l 5... 'Q' 1 ' ,,.. f' 'L Q- .il K ' 1 1 Fr fs .Ai Q' Wg' W 1,-'fi - . ' '?' . ' , QE" 1 X - . I5 . ld w ' 'Il' I 211 V' . I- xx. . f .39 L X .n S- x . L. 8-. PRES Ky. Ky. Ky. Mo. Ky. enn. Ky. 1. JAMES ROBERT JONES .... ...... W estmont, N.J. JENNIFER CAROL JONES .... . . .Mayfie1d, JUDITH DIANE JONES . . . .... Princeton, PHYLLIS KAYE JONES .... .... P rinceton, 2. RODNEY WAYNE JONES .,... ..... B ragg City, ROGER DALE JONES ....... ....... M ayfield, BRENDA JOYCE JORDAN .... .... H untington, T DANNY EDWARD JOYCE .... ..... D ycusburg, 3. KARON FAYE KALER .. . RONNIE A. KALER .... SUSAN JO KEENE .... JERRY LYNN KELL ..... 4. ROBERT W. KELLAR ..... KATHRYN KELLEY .... DANNY RAY KELLY ..... RHEA J. KELLY ...... 5. JOY HODGES KEMP ....... KRISTIE ANNE KEMPER ..... ROBERT LOUIS KEMPF ..... RONALD ROBERT KEMPF .... 6. JERRY LEE KENNEDY ..... GARY WAYNE KEOWN ....... KENNETH HAROLD KERRICK JEAN ANN KESTERSON ...... 7. RICKI RANARD KEY .... GARY GENE KIDD ......... J ANICE LORRAINE KIDD FRANCES KAE KIEFFER ..... 8. LORNA JEAN KING . .. RALPH KENTZ .............. BARBARA LOU KINGERY .... BARRY CLARK KINGTON 9. MICHAEL LYNN KIRKMEYER .... RICHARD H. KIRSOPP ....... PATRICIA KITCHEN .... MILLIE G. KLITZING 353 .. . .Symsonia, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. .....Carbonda1e, I11. . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky . . . . .Barberton, Ohio . . . . .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .......O-akton, Ky. . . . .Ar1ington, Ky. . . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. . . . Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . . . Elizabethtown, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Livermore, Ky. .. . .Mt. Carme 1, Ill. Brandenburg, Ky. ..........Canton, . . . . . .Madisonville Ohio Dawson Springs, Ky. , Ky. ........Peru, Ind. . . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . . . .Hampton, Ky. . . . .A1tamont, I11 PRES SUZANNE SHERRY KONIECY .... . . . BILL KELLY KOPSHEVER ...... THOMAS WESLEY KREMM ..... KATHERINE LOUISE KRENNING 2. WILLIAM JOHN KRULL .... LYNN A. KULL .................. FRANK VICTOR KUPSTIS, JR. .. KATHY MAE KYLE ........... 3. DONNA ELIZABETH LAIRD .... ARTHUR ROBERT LAKE ........ SHANNON S. LAMB ............. GRAVES MITCHELL LAMPKINS 4. JAMES SAMVEL LANCASTER .... SEYMOUR LEIB LANDAV ....... JOHN TERRY LANE ......... MALCOMB R. LANE 5. THEODORA KATHRYN LANE .. . JOHN LANGHAM ............... BILL A. LANKFORD ....... DONNA KAY LASSITER ..... 6. JOHN THOMAS LASSITER, JR. . . . SHIRLEY ANN LASTER ........ BRENDA LATTA ....... JON D. LAVELLE .... 7. SIDNEY HARRIS LAW .... MICHAEL K. LAWLER .,.. KENNY BOYD LAWSON .... PATSY MARIE LAX .... 8. LAURA ANN LAYMAN ........ LARRY WAYNE LEATH .......... RICHARD ALMONT LEDFORD .... DONNA JEANNE LEE ........... 9. MEDIDITH SHARON LEE . . . MICHAEL W. LEE ......... CHARLES M. LEFTWICH . . . LINDA GAYLE LeGRANDE . . . .Lincoln Park, Mich. . . ..... Pinckneyville, Ill. . . . . . .Chardon, Ohio . . . . . Cairo, Ill. New Brunswick, N.J. ...........A1tamont, Ill. .. .... Franklin Park, Ill. . . . . . . Murray, Ky. .....Wa1tonvil1e, Ill. . . . . .Blue Bell, Pa. . . . . .Evansville, Ind. . . . .Benton, Ky. ........Cadiz, Ky. ....New York, N.Y. . . . . .Hopkinsvi1le, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. . . .... Ft. Campbell, Ky. ......Mayfield, Ky. ....Sikeston, Mo. .....Haze1, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Hickman, Ky. .....Clinton, Ky. .....Irvington, N.J. .Chattanooga, Tenn. .. . .Mound City, Ill. . . . .Shelbyvi11e, Ky. .......Murray, Ky ....Memphis, Tenn. . ..Wingo, Ky. ........Cadiz, Ky. . . . Montgomery, Ill. . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . .Arlington, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. ....Boonvi1le, Ind. 359 PRES 1. ROGER LEIDIGH .... RONALD LEISER .... WANDA LEMONDS .... JAMES LEE LEONARD .... 2. STUART LESCHINSKY ........... LINDA SUE LeVIN .......,....... ADAM THEODORE LEWANSODKI THOMAS LYLE LEWELLYN ...... 3. ARLENE CHAPIN LEWIS BARRY MICHAEL LEWIS ..... KENNETH LEE LEWIS .... LUNIANNE LEWIS .... 4. JUDY KAYE LIEVERS .... JUDY ANN LINDER .......... JAMES WILLIAM LINDSEY .... PAULETTE LINSMAN ...... 5. DONNIE H. LINVILLE .... DAWN PRICE LISANBY ...... RICHARD LEE LITCHFIELD .... WILLIAM BRYANT LITTLE .... 6. LINDA LOFTUS .. . BRUCE LONG ....... GEORGE LONG, III ..... GARY LYNN LOVETT .... 7. JERRY DON LOWERY .... ANNE LYNNE LUCAS .... WILLIAM C. LUEBKER .... GERALD RAY LUSH 8. MICHAEL LYNN LUTES ......... MARIE ELIZABETH LUTTRULL ..... . . . STEVEN J. LOVULLO ............ MARY LOU LYLES . . . 9. MARILYN SUE LYNCH ....... DOUGLAS DEAN MCALISTER ..... JOHN R. MCALISTER .......... JACK LEE MCCAHILL .... 360 .........Cairo, Ill. ..New York, N.Y. .Buchanan, Tenn. ..Owensboro, Ky. .Philade-lphia, Pa. .Gilbertsvi1le, Ky. . . . . .Keyport, N.J. . . . . Boonville, Incl. . .Owensboro, Ky. .Tonawanda, N.Y. ....Princeton, Ky. . . .GreenVille, Ky. ....Princeton, Ky. ...Covington, Ky. J eifersonville, Ind. ...Puryear, Tenn. . . . .Buchanan, Tenn. .. . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .B1ackford, Ky. . . . . . Crutchfield, Ky. .I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Rockford, Ill. ...... .Benton, Ky. . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. .Neptune, N.J. ....Calhoun, Ky. . . . .Scapus, Mo. . . . . . .Trenton, Ky. .West Seneca, N.Y. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . .Hopkinsville, Ky. .......Fulton, Ky. . . . . . .Columbus, Ohio Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. FRE 1. MARY CHRISTINA McCALLISTER RICHARD DAVID McCALISTER . . MICHAEL DALE MCCARVER .... LUCILLE MCCAULEY ....... 2. BARBARA J . McCLAIN ........... RAYMONA LORETTA McCLAIN . HOLLY WILSON McCLENDON . . . DOROTHY FAYE MCCLURE . . . 3. THOMAS A. McCONNELL ANNA BELL MCCUISTON SHIRLEY ANN McDANIEL ......... .... THOMAS MITCHEAL MCDANNEL 4. RONALD JOE MCDONALD .... CARMEN JOY McELWAIN ....... RICHARD CARLISLE MCENTEE . JAMES JULIAN MCGEE ......... 5. JOHN FRANCIS MCGOVERN .... MARY BROOKS MCGREGOR .... JANE MOORE MCINTIER ..... ELIZABETH ANN MCKEAN .... 6. STEPHEN ALLAN MCKENNA PATRICIA JEWELL MCKINNEY . . . DANNY RAY MCKINNIS ....... PATRICIA MCLEARY . . . 7. DENNIS JOHN MCLELLAND ..... DONALD P. MCMAHON ........ JOSEPH KELLY MCMILLIN .... WILLIAM JOHN MCNAMEE .... 8. DIANE LYNN MCNUTT . . . LEWIS FRED McROY .... MARCILLE MAHAN . . . DAVID ALAN MANN .... 9. LARRY RAY MANSFIELD ..... MONICA MAE MARCH .......... FRANK JOHN MARGAGLIANO . . . CAROL JEAN MARTIN ........ . . . . . .Carmi, I11. . . . .Princeton, Ky. East Prairie, Mo. .. . .I-Iickman, Ky. . . . . .Paris, Tenn ....Lynnvil1e, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Hopkinsvil1e, Ky. ..........Murray, Ky. .Pa1mersvi1le, Tenn. ...........GefE,I1l. . .McLeansboro, I11. . ..... Golden Pond, Ky. ......Newark, N.J. . . . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. . . .Manasquan, J . J . ........Benton, Ky. . . .Horse Cave, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. .....A1bion, N.Y. ....Marion, Ky. ......Hickman, Ky. ..Union City, Tenn. ....Rose11e, N.J. . . . .C1arkton, Mo. . . . .Bruceton, Tenn. .. . .Murray, Ky. .....Massi11on, Ohio . . . . . . .Cairo, Ill. .........Lola, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. ......Bayonne, N.J. . .Water Valley, Ky. 361 1 P RE 1. MICHAEL A. MARUCA ....... ARTHUR LAWRENCE MARX . . . BETTY GAIL MASON ....... JAMES L. MASON .... 2. TAZ L. MASON ........,..... KENNETH LLOYD MASSIE MARY LUNETTE MATHEWS . . . NESBITT LEE MATHIS ...... 3. JOYCE ANNE MATTESON ..... JOAN LOUISE MATTHEWS . . . RICK B. MATTHEWS ........ LARRY GENE MATTIN GLY .... 4. JERRY WILSON MAYES .... JANICE MARILYNNE MAY .. . RICHARD ALLEN MELHORN .. . ROBERT JOHN MELLON ...... 5. JOSEPH RAY MELTON .... JOEL JAMES MENNIE ..... JEANNE LEE MENSER ....... JANICE RUTH MEREDITH .... 6. PHILLIP BRUCE MERRYMAN .......... ROYCE WOODWARD METCALFE ROBERT DOUGLAS METZ . .... . RONALD G. METZ .......... vi 7. DAVID T. MIDKIFF ..........., BARBARA ALLAN MILLER .... BARBARA ANN MILLER .... FRANCES MAY MILLER .... 8. JANET LEE MILLER ..... JANICE KAY MILLER ............ KENNETH HAROLD MILLIGAN .... THOMAS RICHARD MILLS ...... 9. ALLONA KAY MITCHELL .... BRENDA GAYLE MITCHELL .... CANDACE VIRGINIA MITCHELL ..... DALE ANNE MITCHELL ............ 369. S H ...........Starke, Fla . . . . .New Gardens, N.Y ..... . . .Kirl-rsey, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Kirksey, Ky. . . . . .Sandston, Va. . . . .Owensboro, KV. ....Murray, Ky. . . . .North Madison, Ohio . . . . . . .Henderson, Ky. ...........Ma1'ble Hill, Mo. Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. . . . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . . . . . . .Hampton, Ky. . . . . .J effersontown, Ky. . . . .Rocky Ford, Colo. . . . .Hanson, Ky. . . .. . . . . . .Neptune, N.J. . . . .Dawson Springs, Ky. ..............Cadiz, Ky. . . . . .Fulton, Ky. . ...... Marion, Ky. . ....... Medina, N.Y. . . . . .Kenda1lville, Incl. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Det1'oit, Mich. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky, . . . ..fi?Q.Louisvi11e, Ky. ........Benton, Ky. . . . . . . .Trenton, Tenn. . . Oak Ridge, Tenn. .. . .Johnston City, Ill. . . . .Metropolis, Ill. . . . . .Paris, Tenn. . .... Paris, Tenn. PRE.sH 1. VIVIAN VASTIE MITCHELL .... WILLIAM L. MIZE ............ MARY LOU MOBLEY . . . CONNIE MAE MOHLER . . . 2. JEFFREY A. MOLER .......... ELIZABETH ANN MONROE .... KAY ELLEN MONTGOMERY ..... BONITA LOUISE MOORE ..... 3. R. CORBIN MOORE ........... JAMES HERBERT MORGAN .... JON ANN MORGAN ............. LAURENCE KENNETH MORGAN 4. REED ARNOLD MORRIS .... ROBERT E. MORRIS ......... WILL MASON MORRIS, JR. . . . WILLIAM THOMAS MORRIS . . . 5. ANITA DIANNE MORRISON .... DARLENE MARIE MORROW . . . RITA JAN MORSE .......... RUTHANN MORSE .... 6. SHARON E. MOSLEY TERRY GLENN MOTT ........... KATHRYN LOUISE MOWINSKI .... WILLIAM NELSON MOYE ...... 7. D. ELLIS MUELLER ..... J. DONALD MULLENIX .... PAUL DAVID MULLINS .... JAMES LARRY MUNCELL . . . 8. ROBERT L. MUNIGLE .... DONNA KAY MURPHY MARY ANN MURPHY ...... LARRY ROGER MURRAY .... 9. LESLIE ANNE MURRAY .... J IMMIE MURGRO-W ....... SHARON RAE MYERS .... BONNIE JOYCE NALL .... . . . . .Mi1an, Tenn. ......Paclucah, Ky. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio Cambridge City, Ind. .....Charleston, Ill. ......Hickory, Ky. .....Owensboro, Ky. .....Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Fort Myers, Fla. ....Jamestown, N.Y. .......Utica, Ky. . . . . . Louisville, Ky. . .Niagara Falls, N.Y. .Lincoln Park, Mich. . . . .East Prairie, Mo. . . . . .Ar1ingt0n, Ky. .....Louisville, Ky. . . . .J amesburg, N..T. ...Maclisonvi11e, Ky. . . . .Keyport, N.J. . . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . ..... Grand Rivers, Ky. . . . . .Northfield, Ohio . . . . .Arlington, Va. . . Springdale, Conn. .......St. Louis, Mo. .. . .Wingo, Ky. . . . . .C1inton, Ky. .....Stratford, Conn. .......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Kevil, Ky. . . . . .Marion, Ky. .....Wi1ton, Conn. .......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. 363 1 3- FRESH 1. NANCY NANCE .... DAN NEEDY ............. RONNIE NEIDERMYER . ..... . DARWYN EUGENE NELSON 2. JERLENE NELSON ...... JERRY DALE NELSON . . . . SANDRA GAY NELSON ...... .. DAVID ANTHONY NESBITT .... .... 3. MAX ALAN NESS ...,...,...., BEN THOMAS NEWMAN, III .... JAMES GARY NICHOLS .... MICHAEL ALLEN NIMS ..... 4. DEANNA LYNN NIPP ..... RONALD LEE NIX .......... CATHERINE ANNE NOBLE . . . JAMES LEE NOLES ....... 5. J UDITH ANN NORYNE .... MARK HARDY NORRIS ..... PAULA ANDREE OAKLEY .... . KATHLEEN M. O'BRIEN .... 6. RICHARD B. O'BRIEN ..... NICHOLAS OBUHANICH ..... GEORGE ANTHONY OHMES . . . GLEN ALLEN OLDHAM .... . . . Slaughters, Ky. . . . . . .Ste1'ling, Ill. . . . . .Mefropolis, Ill. .....Mattoon, Ill. .... . .Be-nton, Ky. . . . . .Arlington, Ky. .........Gracey, Ky. Port Monmouth, N.J. . . . . .Galion, Ohio . . . .Clarksville, Ind. . . . . .P1'inceton, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Hickman, Ky. .....Louisville, Ky. . . . Paducah, Ky. ....Benton, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . .Pinckneyvi11e, Ill. ...Golden Pond, Ky. . . .Union Beach, N.J. . . . .Royal Oak, Mich. .... . .Alfred, N.Y. . . . .CharIeston, Mo. . . . .Earlington, Ky. 7. JAMES DENNIS OLDHAM .... .... V alley Station, Ky. WILLIAM JOSEPH OLDHAM . . . ....... Princeton, Ky. JOHNNY AMOS OLIVER ...... KENNETH OLIVER ...... 8. RON W. OLIVER ROGER OMER . ................ . MARJORIE EVELYN O'NEAL ..... PHILLIP VON O'NEAL ......... 9. LARRY ALLEN ORR ............ LAWRENCE FRANKLIN ORR RANDEL ORR ................ HELEN OSBORNE .. . 354 . . . . .P1'inceton, Ky. . . . . .Hicko1'y, Ky. . . . .Fredonia, Ky. . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ky. ... . .B1'emen, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ky. . . . .Campbel1, Mo. . . . . .MayHe1d, Ky. . . . . .Grayville-, Ill PRES 1. BARBARA SUE OSTERDOCK JOHN EDWARD OUTLAND ILA MAE OVERBY .......... JERRY LEE OVERTON .... 2. JOY YVONNE OWEN .... BRENDA JOYCE PAGE .... ROSEMARY ANN PAGE . . . SHARON PAGE ........ 3. STEPHEN EDWARD PALMER ..... .... NELDA FAYE PARIS ........... DOUGLAS CLINTON PARISH .... DAVID LEE PARKER ......... 4. GEORGE L. PARKER ........ LARRY WAYNE PARKER ..... PATRICIA ANN PARRENT .... CAROL ANNETTE PARRISH .... 5. . BARBARA ANN PARROTT ...... MARTHA DEANE PASCHALL .... PATRICIA LYNN PASCO ........ DANE RUSSELL PASCOE ..... 6. GEORGE ANTHONY PATTERSON L. W. PATTERSON .................. WILLIAM F. PAXTON . . . CHARLES L. PAYNE . . . . 7. JACKY W. PAYNE ....... SHERRI FAYE PAYNE .......... . . . . .Paducah, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Henderson, Ky. . . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. . .Farmington, Ky. .Central City, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. .Madisonvil1e, Ky. . . .Smith1and, Ky. Grand Rivers, Ky. . . . .I-Iickman, Ky. . . . .East Prairie, Mo. . ..... Hanson, Ky. . . . .Campbel1, Mo. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . Louisville, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . .N0rthfie1d, Ohio ....Princeton, Ky. ....Mur1-ay, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .. . .Ca1houn, Ky. . . . . Newport, Ark. . . . .Murray, Ky. JOHN WILLIAM PEAK ............ .... L ouisville, Ky. FREDERICK JOHN PEASENELLI . . . . . . 8. PATRICIA JANE PEEBLES .... COOKYE PEEK ............ FLOYD J. PEELER, JR. .. . . WAYNE ALAN PELHANK . . . . .StanLford, Conn. . . . .Metropo1is, I11. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Hammond, Ind. 9. THOMAS S. PELOSI ........... .... P ortland, Me. JOSEPH ALLEN PENDLETON ....... ..... H opkinsville, Ky. RAYMOND DOUGLAS PENDLEY .... .. SAM C. PERFILIO ................. . . . ..Owensboro, Ky. . .Sharpsvi11e, Pa. 365 FRESH 1. MARY JANE PERRY .... SANDRA PERRY ,..... VADOR ANN PERRY SHEILA KAY PETERS .... 2. PATRICIA LAYNE PETRIE .... ELIZABETH ANN PHELPS ...... . .... DAVID LAWRENCE PHILLIPS DONNA C. PHILLIPS ......... 3. THOMAS G. PHILLIPS ...... WILLIAM JOEL PHILLIPS .... RICHARD U. PICKERING ALLIE DEAN PIPER ....... 4. MARY ANN PIRTLE ..... AUGUST JAMES PISA ........ JAMES GORDON PITTMAN . . EUGENE CHESTER PNIEWSKI 5. ELEANOR KAY POINDEXTER JOHN A. POLANSKY .......... SHEILA RAYE POLLY . . . BRENDA KAY POOL .... 6. DARRELL WAYNE POOLE .... WILLIAM C. POPE .......... BETTY CECILE POWELL ..... JAMES WALLACE POWELL . . 7. PHYLLIS POWELL .............. SYLVIA WILKINS POWELL ..... MICHAEL WOOD POWERS PATRICK SHEMWELL POWERS .... 8. SHARRON D. POWERS .... J UDITH T. PRATHER ...... DELENE JUNIOR PRICE .... WILLIAM PRICE ........ 9. JIMMY W. PRIEST ....... SUNGA JOY PRIEST ...... THOMAS SCOTT PRIEST JUDITH M. PRINCE ..... 366 - . . . .Marion, Ky. . . . . .Wingo, Ky. ......Almo, Ky. . . .ElTlngham, I11. Hopkinsville, Ky. Calvert City, Ky. .....St.Ann,Mo. . . ..... Louisville, Ky. . . . . . . Vienna, Ill. . .G1-eenville, Ky. .......Cobb, Ky. .Farmington, Ky. . .Smi'chland, Ky. .Northfie1d, Ohio . . . .Wicl-rliffe, Ky. . . . Irvington, N.J. .Russe11ville, Ky. Calvert City, Ky. .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. ......Maceo, Ky. East Prairie, Mo. ......Marion, I11. . . .Symsonia, Ky. ....Hardin, Ky. . . . .Benton, Ky. .....Boaz, Ky. ....Boaz, Ky. . Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . .Dexter, Mo. .....Trenton, Tenn. .....Mayie1d, Ky. . . . .Providence, Ky. ..Henderson, Ky. .....Chesterfle1cl, Mo. .Fr-xrmington, Ky. PRES 1. LESLIE JEAN PRITCHARD ...., CHERYL P. PROWSE ....... J OEDDA LEE PRUITT .... MELBA FAY PRY ..... 2. JERRY RAY PULLIAM ......... BILL PURSLEY ................ . . JENNIFER POWELL PURYEAR .... SUSAN KAYE PURYEAR ,...... 3. JUDY CAROL RADFORD .... CHERYL ANN RAFFERTY . . . FRED RAFFETY .......... PHILLIP S. RAFFETY . . . 4. BARBARA ANNE RAINES .... BRENDA SUE RAMSEY .... DANNY LEE RASCO .... EDWIN EARL RAY .... 5. KITTY RAY ................. MICHAEL WAYNE RAYMER . . . RONALD D. RAYMOND .... VIRGIL GAYLE REARDEN 6. DAVID RECTOR ..... VICKI KAY REESE .... MICHAEL C. REESER HENRY REHMAN .... 7. MARY REICHERT ........... HOWARD MICHAEL REID .... JAMES ALBERT REID ..... DANIEL JOHN REILLY .... 8. JAMES O. REISING ................. CAROLYN RETTIG .................... THOMAS RAYMOND RHEINECKER CAROLYN RHODES ......... ........ 9. JERALD RHODES ............ HESSEIN RIAZI-KERMANI .... ALFRED CLINTON RICKMAN ....... CLAUDIUS NATHANIES RICKS, III ........W1Hg0, Ky. . . . .Madisonvi11e, Ky. .......C1inton, Ky . . . .B1oomfie1d, Mo . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Gilbertsville-, Ky. . . . .MadisonviI1e, Ky .....Ca1houn, Ky. .. . . .Cadiz, Ky. .Sikeston, Mo. .....Wyatt, Mo . . . . .Wyatt, Mo. . . .Union City, Tenn. . . . .MadisonviI1e, Ky. . . . . . .Princeton, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . . . .Corydon, Ky. . . . . .WhitesviIle, Ky. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio . . .Pinckneyvi11e, Ill. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio . . . .Grand Chain, III. . . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. ..West Orange, N.J. . . . .Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . . .Hende1'son, Ky. ... . . . .CutIer, III. . . . . .MayHe1d, Ky. . . . .Water Valley, Ky. .......Tehran, Iran ........KeviI, Ky. .. . . Jackson, Tenn. 367 FRESH 1. PHILLIP RAY RIDDLE . . . FRED RIGSBY ........... RONALD GARY RILEY .... RONNYE DEE RILEY .... 2. CAMILLE ROBBINS .... HAROLD ROBEDEE ............ JUNE ROBERTS ................. BARBARA JEAN ROBERTSON .... . . . .Bardwell, Ky . . . . .Richmond, Ind . . . . .L0uisvil1e, Ky . . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Dyersburg, Tenn. . . . .Keyport, N.J. . . . .Murray, Ky . . . . . Paducah, Ky. 3. CHARLES DONALD ROBERTSON . . . .... Kuttawa, Ky. EDWARD ALCIDE ROBINSON ..... ..... B ethpage, N .Y. SUSAN JANE ROBINSON ............ .... O wensboro, Ky. CHARLES EDWARD ROGALINSKI .... ..... L ouisville, Ky. 4. NANCY ROGERS ......... MICHAEL HENRY ROLL GEORGE ROMAN ....... CARLA RONDY . . . 5. JOHN FAIR ROSE ..,.... STEPHEN CARL ROSS . . . FREDERICK ROUSE .... DIANE GAIL ROWE .... 6. DONNA SUE CUMMINS ROWLAND RICHARD OTIS ROWLAND .....,. SYLVIA ANN ROWLAND .... DOROTHY ROWLETT ..... 7. BOBBIE JEAN RUDOLPH ..... JOHN THOMAS RUDOLPH ..... MICHAEL THOMAS RUNDLE .... KENNETH LeMAR RUSSELL . . . 8. PAMALA JOAN RUF ...... ANTHONY JOHN RUSSO MARY ELIZABETH RYAN .... THOMAS WILLIAM RYAN 9. ALVIN CHARLES SANDBERG DELORES GAIL SANDERS ..... SANDRA ANNE SANDERS ....... ROBERT MICHAEL SANFORD .... 368 . . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Greenvil1e, Ky. . .Keyport, N.J. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio .....Murray, Ky. . . . . Centralia, Ill. . . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . . .Stamfo1'd, Conn. . . . . . . . . .Princeton, Ky. ...... Mayfield, Ky. Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . Murray, Ky. . . . . Salem, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .Oak Grove, Ky. Waco AFB, Texas . . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Hoboken, N.J. . . . . .Barberton, Ohio .....Barberton, Ohio . . . . .Rosel1e, N.J. . . . . .Barlow, Ky. .. . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. . ..... Barberton, Ohio FRESH 1. RUTH ANN SANGER ......... SEYED-ALI SAUARIPOUR .. LINDA LEE SCHAEFER ...... KAREN B. SCHATZ ...... 2. JANIE SCHLEICH ...... ANTHONY SCHMIDT ........ PAUL EDWARD SCHROEDER EDWARD C. SCHUCH, Jr. . . .. 3. D. ELLEN SCHULTZ ......... LINDA SUE SCHWEIKARTH . BETTY JEAN SCOTT ......... DAVIS L. SCOTT . . . 4. SUZANNE SCUDDER ..... DAVID JOHN SEARFOS ....... CHARLES HOWARD SEARS . DONALD EUGENE SEATON . . . 5. PAUL WOOD SEDLER . . . PAULA ANN SELTSAM .... STUART N. SERINE .......... DONNA E. SERMERSHEIM . . . 6. JOE FRANK SETTLE .......... JONATHAN DAVID SETTLE .... CHARLES STEVEN SEXTON . JAMES L. SEYMORE ......... 7. BUNNY SHAEFFER ......... IRADJ MIKE SHAHRIARY .. . MARK SHAPIRO . . . ........ . JACK HOWARD SHELL .... 8. BEVERLY SUE SHELTON .... DIANA KAYE SHELTON . . . JULIA LYNN SHEMWELL .... JOHN SHEPHERD .......... 9. MARSHALL LEE SHEPHERD THOMAS GARRY SHEPHERD ROBERT MICHAEL SHERRY . NANCY JEAN SHIELDS ...... . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . . .Tehran, Iran . . .Barberton, Ohio . . . . .Copiague, N.Y. ..GreenF1eld, Tenn. . . .Murray, Ky. ....St. Louis, Mo. . . . . .Cairo, 111. Elizabethtown, Ky. . . . . . . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Marion, I11. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .MayF1e1d, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Darien, Conn. . . Southgate, Mich. . ........ Deal, N.J. . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. .....Ina, I11. .......Ina,I11. ... .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Da1ton, Ky. Caruthersville, Mo. ,... . . . .Teran, Iran . . Stamford, Conn. . . . . .Lutesvi11e, Mo. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . . .IVIayfie1d, Ky. . .... Wingo, Ky. . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. . . . . . . . .Hopkinsvi11e, Ky. . . . . .Sikeston, Mo. . .Fern Creek, Ky. 369 '?3 FRESH 1. LINDA CAROL SHIRK ................., ABDOLHOSSEIN MORID SHOSHTARI .... BARBARA NUNN SHOUSE ............ . BENNIE H. SHOUSE ........,. 2. HARRY KENNETH SIMCOX . . . VERN STEPHEN SIMMONS .... IOSEPH H. SIMPSON ........ JAMES JOHN SIMS .... 3. GENE L. SINKLER .,................. JAMES LUMAN SINQUEFIELD, III .. . . .. . . .Jamestown, N.Y. TERESA ANGELA SKINNER .... . MYRNA M. SIXBEY ........... 4. SUSAN LEE SLETTUER .... JEAN FAY SLOAN ....... JUDY KAY SLOAN ........ RAYMOND D. SMETANA .... 5. GLENN HUGH SMITHWICK ..... . ARLENE KAY SMITH ......... CAROL SUE SMITH ...... DONNA LOUISE SMITH .. . 6. GEORGE FREDERICK SMITH .. . . JACQUELINE QUELLA SMITH JAMES PAUL SMITH .......... KAREN KAY SMITH . . . 7. RICHARD FREY SMITH . . . SARA JANIS SMITH ..... SUSAN N SMITH ......... THOMAS ALAN SMITH . . . . . . . .Metropolis, I11. . . . .Ahwaz, Iran . . . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . . .Morganfie1d, Ky. ... .Chicago, Ill. . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . . . .Gi-antsburg, Ill. . . . .Advance, Mn. . . . .E.fHngham, Ill. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Stratford, Conn. . . . . .Mayf'Ie1d, Ky. . .Covington, Term. ..Covington, Tenn. . .Royal Oak, Mich. . . . .Dresden, Tenn. . . . . . . .Metropo1is, I11. Valley Station, Ky. . . . . . . .Mounds, I11. . . . Stratford, Conn. . . . ..... Louisville, Ky. .New Concord, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. ... . . . .Norma1, Ill. . . .Bruceton, Tenn. . . . .Co1umbus, Ind. . . . .Wood1awn, 111. 8. GARY CHARLES SMOTHERMAN ..... . .... Murray, Ky ROBERT J . SNIDER ................. .... O wensboro, Ky BETSY D. SNYDER ...... LINDA KAY SOLOMON . . . 9. WILLIAM SOLOMON .... WILLIAM H. SOLOMON . . . MITCH SOMMER ........ BEVERLEY JEAN SON .... 370 . . . . .Louisvi11e, Ky. . .Gi1bertsvi1le, Ky. . . . .Mun-ay, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky .........Rockford, I11 Bowling Green, Ky PRES 1. JANIS SOUTHARD ..... J CHN TALGE SPAHR ...... JEFF CARL SPALIN ......... CAROLYN GALE SPEEGLE . . . 2. BRENDA NEIL SPEES .......... MICHAEL SPENCER ........... MARY ELIZABETH SPRUNGER SALLY ANN STALLINGS ...... 3. BUEL E. STALLS .... GLEN STANGLAND ....... THOMAS LANE STARKS .... JOHN WILLIAM STEELE .... 4. ANNIE LEE STEPHENS CONNIE JO STEVENS JAMES M. STEVENS ..... LOIS ANN STEVENS ..... 5. J ANIS BELL STEWART ..... REBECCA JANE STEWART . . . WILLIAM STEWART, JR. . . . JOYCE DEAN STOKES .... 6. JANIS ANN STONE .... ROBERT LEE STONE ........ ANN STORY .................. CHARLES STEPHEN STORY . . . 7. CARO-LYN ANN STRIN GER . . . NANCY LEE STROW ........ DAVID J ERREL SULLIVAN . . . . JEAN LOUISE SULLIVAN ..... 8. JEAN TI-IERESE SULLIVAN ..... BONITA CARROL SUMMAR . .. LARRY DALE SUMMERVILLE . BRUCE MAGRUDER SURVANT 9. MARK ALAN SUSSMAN ..... NANCY SUTHERLAN D .... LEON SWARTS ................. RODGER EDWARD SWATZELL . . . ........Murray, Ky. . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . Stanford, Conn. . . . . .Roswe11, N.W. .........Boaz, Ky. . . . . .Cannelton, Ind. . . . . Murray, Ky. . . . .Milan, Tenn. .........Murray, . .Columbia City, . ....... Murray, . . . .Calvert City, ......Murray, . . . . . Owensboro, Meadville, .Dawson Springs, . . . .Madisonvi11e, North Springfield ..........Fulton, .Dawson Springs, . . . Jacksonville, .......Clinton, . . . .Murray, . . . . .Murray, . . . .Louisville, Ky. Ind. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Pa. Ky. Ky. Va. Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. . . . . . . . .Ottawa, Ill. . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . .Decatur, Ill. .........Decatur, Ill. . . . .Dyersburg, Tenn. .... . . . .Toled0, Ohio . . . . .Owe-nsboro, Ky. . . . . . Jamaica, N.Y. . . . . .Charleston, Mo. . . . . ..Buffa1o, N.Y. . .... Cerulean, Ky. 371 FRESH 1. JAN L. SWEARINGEN . . . LARRY ELLIS SWEAZY ......... CHRISTINE MARIE SWEETEN .... BOBBY JOE SWIFT ......,...... 2. JAMES MICHAEL SYKES .... RICHARD LYNN TANNER ..... WILLIAM HARVY TANNER ..... ROGER LEE TATUM ....,.... 3. LINDA DIANNE TAYLOR .... TERRY JOE TAYLOR ...... JANICE THANTON . . . DAN THOMAS .... 4. EDWARD A. THOMAS .......... JAMES ALAN THOMAS ........... MARY HUNTINGTON THOMAS .... . MICHAEL JEROME THOMAS . .. 5. MICHAEL LANE THOMAS .... ROBERT EDGAR THOMAS .... SELDON EARL THOMAS ...... WILLIAM PHELPS THOMAS .... 6. ROBERT ELLSWORTH THOMPSETT CARL STASSEN THOMPSON ...... JANE ELLEN THOMPSON ...... LESLIE ARTHUR THOMPSON .... 7. MARY JANE THOMPSON TED OWEN THOMPSON ....... CYNTHIA WEBB THRESHER . . . GARY WAYNE THOMPSON ..... 8. JOHN DENNIS THRESHER ..... ROBERT STEPHEN TILLMAN ..... LEE TROVER TODD, JR. ..... . JAMES DOUGLAS TOLER .... 9. MICHAEL LEE TOMS ........... FRANK GILBERT TOMSIC, JR. . . . MICHAEL FRANKLIN TOOLEY . . . CHARLES E. TooN ............. 377- . . . .Levittown, . . . .C1inton, . . . .Hoboken, . . . . .Paducah, ......Murray, Pa. Ky. N.J. Ky. Ky. . .Rogersvi1le, Ala. . . . . . .Starke, Fla. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Metropo1is, IH. . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Cadiz, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. Ludlow Falls, Ohio ....Louisvi11e, Ky. . . .Evansvi11e, Ind. ........Cad1z, Ky. . .Mt. Vernon, Ind. ........Cadiz, Ky. . . . . .Hopl-cinsviile, Ky. . . . . . . .Scio, N.Y. . . . .Eddyvi11e, Ky. Vienna, III. Wyandotte, Mich. . . . . .Riple-y, Tenn. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Dorer1a, Mo. . . . .Benton, Ky. . .East Prairie, Mo. .........Hayti,Mo. ....Ear1ington, Ky. . . . . .Ofwensboro, Ky. ..I-Iopkinsville, Ky. . .Calvert City, Ky. Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Char1eston, Mo FRESH 1. JOHN STEPHEN 'IORRENGA . ROLAND ANCLE TOWERY BARRY LYNN TRAVIS .... JERRY DON TRAVIS .... ....Plainfie1d, Ind. .. . .P1-inceton, Ky. .....Ca1vert City, Ky. . . . . .MayHe1d, Ky. 2. KAY O'DELL TRAVIS ..,.... ..... C alvert City, Ky. ROBERT EDMUND TRAVIS .......... Kevil, WILLIAM EDWARD TRAVIS .... GAY LOUISE TRIGG ....... 3. . . . .Prince-ton, Ky. .. . .Tamaroa, Ill. JEANNIE DELONG TRIGG .... ..... B ardstown, Ky. EVELYN SUE TRIPP ............ VIRGINIA YVONNE TROTTER WILLIAM EDWIN TRUNNELL 4. CHARLES E. TUBBS .... DAYTHA D. TUCKER ..... PHYLLIS EVAN TUCKER . . . SANDRA FAY TUCKER . . . 5. THOMAS G. TUCKER ..... JAMES LEIGH TURNER .... NEAL EDWARD TURNER .... CAROLE SUE UPSHAW .... 6. RICHARD ALLEN VADEN .... JAMES ALAN VALENTINE MARY JEAN VALTER ..... TERRY WAYNE VAN .... 7. SUZANNE VANDERHOOF . . . SANDRA KAY VANMIDDLESWORTH . . . ....Murray, Ky. . . . . . . .Phi1pot, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. Jeifersontown, Ky. ........Mul'T3V, Ky. . . . .Kirksey, Ky. . . . . .MayfieId, Ky. . . . .Perryvi1le, Mo. . . . . .LaCenter, Ky. Palmersville, Tenn. ...........Cairo,I11. . . . . . Paris, Tenn. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. ...Homestead, Fla. ..Granite City, III. . . . . .Mattoon, I11. .....St. Louis, Mo. JIM VARAY ........................... .... S tratford, Conn. DONNA MARIE VAUDRIN .... .. 8. DIANE VAUGHAN .............. WILLIAM WARREN VAUGHT .... PATRICIA ROSE VIA ............ STEPHEN JAMES VICK 9. WILLIAM CHRIS VILLINES .... .. LANA JOAN VINCENT ...... CHERYL ANN VIOLETT . . . DANNY F. VOJT ....... . . .Barberton, Ohio . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . .PuIaski, III. . . Providence, Ky. ...Lewisburg, Ky. . . . . . . .Marion, III. . . . .Irvington, N.J. 373 PRES CAROLYN JEAN WAGNER .... DANNY WALKER ......... . KATIE WALKER ...... KENNETH WALKER . .. 2. LINDA KAYE WALL . . . KAYE WALLIS ........... SHERRY LYNN WALLS .... VICKI GEM WALTMAN .... 3. MICKEY JOE WARD ..... MARY DELL WARFORD . . . LINDA SUE WARREN ........., SUZANNE BROWN WARREN .... 4. LEE CROSS WASHBURN ..... GLENDA KAY WATKINS ..., JUNE ETHEL WATKINS .... NANCY KAY WATTS . . . . 5. BILLY TOM WAYNE ..... . . . . .Freeho1d, N.J. . . . . .Lafayette, Ky. . . . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. .. . .Ear1ington, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. . . . .Madisonvi1le, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Ledbetter, Ky. . . . . .Mux-ray, Ky. .. . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . . .C1ir1ton, Ky. ....Benton, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paris, Tenn. .....Wingo, Ky. . . . .Henderson, Ky. ERNEST ROBERT WEAD ..... . . ....... Carmi, Ill. TERRY ROBERT WEAVER .... .......... W illingboro, N.J. PATRICIA ANN WEBB ...... Madison Heights, Mich. 6. POLLY ANN WEBB ..... JOHN PAUL WELSH .... EDWARD R. WELTE .... CLEO WENZEL ....... 7. EUGENE JOHN WESOLIWSKI CLARE JEAN WEST ............. JACQUELINE EUGENIA WEST .... JERRY WHEELER ........... . . . 8. JUDITH KAY WHEELER .... SANDRA ANN WHISTLE .... MARSHALL D. WHITMER . . . LAMAR ANN WHITE ....., 9. WILLIAM MARTIN WHITE .. . JAMES EDWARD WILHELM .... NANCY NEAL WILHITE ..... MARY WILKEY .......... 374 . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. ......C1ay City, 111. . . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ind. . . . . . Southfield, Mich. ......Lemont, I11. ....Evansvi11e, Ind. Gilead, Ohio . . . . .Lynnvi11e, Ky. . . . .Fredonia, Ky. . . . .Henderson, Ky. ....Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Friendship, Tenn. ....Hopkinsvi1le, Ky. .....Louisvi11e, Ky. ........Henderson, Ky. ...Dawson Springs, Ky. FRESH 1. VIC HOWARD WILKINS .... JANICE WILKINSON ...... ROBERT WILLETT .......... WILLIAM DAVID WILLETT 2. ANNA LYNN WILLIAMS . ...... .. CHARLES EDWARD WILLIAMS .... HARRIET KAYE WILLIAMS . . . JOHN SHELBY WILLIAMS .. . 3. MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS .... SAMMY K. WILLIAMS .... JACKIE RAY WILLIE ........ RICHARD ALLEN WILLIS .... 4. STEPHANIE CARDTS WILLSON BILLY RICHARD WILSON ...... BYRON THOMAS WILSON CYNTHIA ANNE WILSON .... 5. DIANE FAYE WILSON .... EDWIN R. WILSON ...... KIM CANTER WILSON ..... LARRY MICHAEL WILSON 6. SHARON LEE WILSON ........ WILLIAM HAROLD WILSON RICHARD ALLAN WINDELL .. . VIRGIL E. WINNETT ........ 7. ROBERT ALLEN WITHERSPOON SHERRY ELAINE WOLFF .......... .. DOROTHY LANELL WOMBLE .. BARBARA JEAN WOOD ....... 8. ROBERT N. WOOD .... B. LEE WOODRUFF ........... SUSAN MARIE WOODRUFF .... KENNETH POPE WOODS .... 9. TERRY LEE WOODS .......... NORMAN LEE WOODWARD .... ALFRED M. WRIGHT ........... JAMES LEMUEL WRIGHT, JR. . . . . .Berke1ey, . . . .Mu1'ray, . . . . .Paducah, . . . . .Hickory, .....Cairo, ... . .Fu1'fon, . . . .Murray, . . . .Sturgis, . . .Owensboro, . . . .Princeton, . ...... Benton, .Beaver Dam, . . . .Kevi1, . . . . . .Murray, J eifersontown, . . . .Louisvi11e, . . . .I-Iickory, . . . . .Keyport, . . . . .MayHe1d, . . . .C1inton, . . . . .Manitou, ......Cadiz, . . . . .Corydon, . . . . .Paducah, . . . . . . . .Water Valley, . . . .Louisvil1e, . Cunningham, .....St. Louis, . . . .Louisvi11e, ........Cadiz, ........Cadiz, . .East Prairie, . . . .Louisvil1e, . .Owensboro, . .Russe11vi11e, . . . .Bismarck, Mo. Ky Ky Ky KY Ky Ky Ky N.J Ky Ky Ky Ky Ind Ky Ky Ky Ky Mo fu... 'ET '-EJ' KY ' 4 '.'1: QI- Ky. KS ggi .J Q . F .4 ix.. H . .1 Ky. . , Mo. 375 Q A .1 ws? .. PRES 1. RALPH EDWARD WYKOFF CAROLINE JANE WYMAN . . . THOMAS WAYNE WYMAN ..... BETTY J. WYNN ........... 2. JACK RICHARD WYNNS .. DONALD WAYNE YORK .. ROBERT EDWARD YORK .... . . RONALD BRENT YORK . . . ....Meadvi11e, Pa. ....Sikeston, Mo. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paris, Tenn. Springville, Tenn. .. . . . .Marion, Ky. . . Irvington, N.J. . . . . .Benton, Ky. 3. SHIRLEY JO YORK ........ .South Bend, Ind. CHESTER MILBURN YOUNG .... .... D awson Springs, Ky. FARAHBAKHSH ZABIHI ...... ......... T eheran, Iran DeSp1tG pre homecommg actlvxtles the New Chr1sty Mmstrels were a big hit at their October Concert. 376 -ng


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