Northeastern State University - Tsa La Gi Yearbook (Tahlequah, OK)

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l N N, N V . W l! Ni, Ny U H l v n 1 N w M H M W Y w W N N I W 'N W ! U W W 'xg-a 1. i A TSA LA GI '73 Northeastern State College Tahlequah, Oklahoma Toble ot Contents CHAPTER 1 The story of the college .... ..... 3 CHAPTER 2 The story of those who gave . . . . . . .19 CHAPTER 3 The story of those who excel ..... .... 3 9 CHAPTER 4 The story of those who belong .... .... 8 1 CHAPTER 5 The story of campus life ... .... .143 CHAPTER 6 The story of those vvho work ..... ..... 1 49 CHAPTER 7 The story of those vvho teach ..... ..... 1 75 CHAPTER 8 The story of those who were here ...... 201 CHAPTER 9 The story of the year . . . .... .227 Section Editors Editors ................ ..... W ayne Learned Roy Conner Donna Cain Honors, Creeks ..... .............. R oy Conner Debra Matney Stinnett Activities ...... .......... D ennis Tibbits Shirley Woodard Academics. .. .......... Donna Cain Sports .,... ........... M onty Franks Classes .,.... ............ M arie McNack Advertising .... .... D ebra Matney Stinnett Typist ....... ........ D ebbie Hanigan Advisor .... ...... C Ienda Freeman The lettering on the cover represents the word Tsa La Gi in the Cherokee alphabet. The word means Cher- okee. Chdpter l THE STORY OF THE COLLEGE . . . Welcome to Northeastern State College. Welcome to the "Pacesetter in Academic Excellence". Welcome to days of golden sunshine and cafeteria food. Welcome to cold, wet days and elevators that don't elevate. Welcome. The 1973 TSA LA GI presents the story of life at Northeastern. Life as it really vvasg not a louild-up of the college nor a cynical view of everything bad. lf you don't find anything here you can identify vvith, don't blame the college or the Ioook. Blame yourself. After all, the dividends of college match exactly the investments. College life is the first step to understanding what makes the vvorld tick. The vvhole world needs understanding. It is a characteristic of the human animal that everyone thinks his rea- sons for doing things are unique. There is probably some truth in this belief - certainly the exact pattern of motives is different for each of the six or seven million students who fre- quent 'the hundreds of college and university campuses across the nation. Northeastern State College is no dif- ferent. Ask any student why he is here. lf he knows, it will be at best, be a vague answer. Probably, when you really get down to it, we're all here to find ourselves. For some the search is easy. For others it will be a never end- ing task. Psychologists tell us there are two types of people: success-seekers and failure-avoiders. The success-seeker takes his lumps, calls them temporary setbacks, and begins anew. The fail- ure-avoider goes into fits of depression at the thought of the same setback. Of course, these are extremes, but each of us could be classed as one or the other. Some of us come to Northeastern seeking the awards of educational suc- cess. Others come to avoid the possi- ble failure of life in the outside world. It's like a reprieve for four years. You can usually spot these types. The success-seeker could be the stu- dent who works for six different organizations. He usually stays in town on weekends because he needs the extra time to catch up. The failure- avoider could be the guy who packs his bags on Thursday night so he can race to Tulsa after his last class on Fri- day and sit around home all weekend. Which kind of person are you? Suc- cess-seeker or failure-avoider? V, x f WND , ,U r' ' ' - 1 , , Z ,. wil 'Q at HH .1 , 1. , 2 ' -wrav' ri M ,A 44.1.4 -M- . , ,- Q wa: .,4.L:i'f' F V I '-mg. QL, ff-'-.g,.3f-W ..: "1-ffl , ,- ...-. ""Ef: 'if' A. , ,-., H5333- ,Nazi 'R iggs iv-lx -B-V "4 - L'-0 1 ' " .3-T5 '.,.Y4'vY 't ' . -'gl f :f 'w:1 '.-.wg-icuii'-:bf-. . ' Ln'-' - f I A-Q , Aa-,Q ' Z 5:3 L X - . in ., it . .,-1 L "fb: v- A K , . my K -hh' 'g,.r-,., F- 5115.5-7?5'11v ,f - --. ,Y .T u ,jgv . 1 4 ,1- -,....gz..g..,....4-g,........ - .. . W.-. .114 ,,,, V 11 11,11 ,,,, 1 ,,,, 11 , , 11 1 'Z 121 1,1 11,1111 M111-111111111 111 111111 awww ma M31-'TL-W5 ffm" , 11 111 f ,1- 1 L 1 1 0 11 N 1,1 V, 11 1 11 1 1 ,111 'v ' . M ,,,, 11111 11 11111 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 111 11 1, ,1 31 11' 11 . 1. 11 11 '11 14 1 11 11 11 1 1 M , 1 -. - 1 , 1 .1 1 . . ,K -1 1 '1 m Northeastern State College, located in the beautiful surroundings and her- itage of the Tahlequah area, is a school of higher education. lt's a place where students come to have fun, meet peo- ple, get a sound education and per- haps learn something about the world through community interaction. NSC is spiced with numerous differ- ent types of people and cultures. Cen- tered in the tribal seat of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah mixes the back- grounds of those of Indian, Black, Cau- casian and other descents. To further break it dovvn the school also brings in sub-cultures of those of the small, country communities and neighboring large cities. NSC is a college awaiting the stu- dent body to become involved. Organ- izations are open to all and are diversi- fied so as to offer each student some- thing compatible to his chosen study field. ' NSC projects many different images to the people of the area and its stu- dents. To most it is a college rich in heritage, rich in experiences and rich in a good educational atmosphere. H -.xy -all-1' 'f.'..-I . , , X1 1 1 -1 -1 - - ...,. -4- - ' - --:.J'-" 'L -f -I , ff, ,Q-vw-q,'i .Q-su,,' ,qs V , 5' 'gn 1--nu 'f"'- N A . m+j":--wf-fu." Ta.. vu' 'vu '- W . 'H'-"""so-.-. .....e- . .7,..A-. N1 """Wnnnn. .anna 10 - - A ,. .' -u,,v ' ' .,,,.. ' f "-Y' filffg , . . .2 , I '. . 3 . Al. Q l V V .. 5 1 -i I Q Q-:Ni A .,'.:4m'e,, 1- Q b W -- ""'W- init? , e?f. M , 1 ' . , 4-we 1 L 61 4 .lv sr Q,-ix .f,bQ4XjE'4"i4 Xl H u , mn .,, . u p I lll K 'r l I i ll' 4' s it is l 1 ' 'YI' - 1 ' . A 1 F 4' College life offers the individual a time to express his idealism, his hopes, his uniqueness. It's a time for growing and building up and too often for tear- ing down. A time to cultivate personal relationships among fellow students and a time to develop those ideas which will lead the world in the direc- tion of peace. Or disaster. It's a time for blind hope and strivings which sometime end in sorrow. It's a time for success, honor and joy. It's a time for creating a oneness with self, God and humanity in hopes of catching but a brief glimmer of truth and realism. But much more than this, college is a good time. College is like a puzzle. The courses, assignments and activities are the pieces. lt is the student who connects them, turning each in the correct direction where it will interlock with the course, assignment or activity, the more contemplation the puzzle requires for the correct placement of the piece. The swatches of the picture on each piece give a hint as to the other pieces it connects with. So also do the stu- dent's friends, instructors and advisors offer guidance as hints to the place- ment of the piece. As each piece is added the closer to completion the puzzle comes. As each course is taken the closer to comple- tion the final degree comes. Until finally the last puzzle piece - the degree - is placed into the only remaining slot completing the college puzzle. Then that puzzle becomes just another piece of the individual's life puzzle. 'D' LI.-"' 'T' ' X19 :-14-3 I I Al 'J , A F ,l' W 9' ". . . and then the instructor said: 'The next paper will be due Monday'. You know, in three years of high school and two years in college I don't think I wrote even four papers, and now look at me. I'm about to climb the wall". "Get a load of this, You work for weeks on a research paper, I mean really work like a dog, and then find out you get a C because the papers were graded competitively. The joker sitting next to me borrowed a paper from his roommate. He got an A. You sure learn quick around here". "College is OK I guess. But my brother is working for Kerr- McGee in the city. He's doing a lot better than OK. You know, I graduate this semester and I'm really worried. I've got a lot of finals under my belt, even made the President's Honor Roll once, but I'm still worried. The want ads in the World look slim. Sure there are lots of jobs, selling air conditioners and aluminum win- dows. Did I spend four years here for that? Now you tell me, is it worth it?" "My advisor tells me that when I graduate from Northeast- ern l'lI be well qualified for industry. Last fall I interviewed both Conoco and Goodrich here on campus. I've been looking around Tulsa. I did get an offer from the Park Department clean- ing swimming pools. A BA to clean pools? One recruiter told me to get a haircut. Can I help it if I like my hair shoulder length? I thought it was what's on the inside that counts, not what's on the outside." "My college 'career' has been an endless chain of cigarettes and empty coffee cups. It hasn't been easy. Most of the time I'm broke, but I've come out pretty good. I've got a lot of experi- ence, that comes natural by holding down two jobs between classes. I've got my education, that comes natural after I2 hours of Dr. Honea. I've got my frater- nity brothers and a wonderful fiancee. The future looks great and I'm ready to become some- thing. I always was a Crusader and an idealist. I guess that after all, Northeastern isn't so bad a place to grow up". bl 1 I il -- I , .limi 11174: f, 1 ' ' i' ' If . a-I I 4' 1-' fl Flite f fd , s - ' . I '-a-4 .ink - ima I arf.-Q". , I - I , .4 - -.ji rg. Wrvfiuq- r 35 ,'. N. A .il if ,fri C l .P .LI I -.pf I yn' 41 . a. ': '-Lv -x O . I, Un... T- . ' fi ' J .' . W, v . .P fs ijf ,G in l f 'Mb L 4 Q-5. . ' a 3 15 x M- ' 5.33K AZ 7 .I ,. ,M an ww w 1"'5'EK. N344 I II U n , mSMi!ll!'X 'T '42 .-M' 41? 'Q nn ul' n lil' H . 1.4, 's -5 Ji' 7 if xx! 4 xx 'Tf MANUAL A Sr .f N. ,N ' ':'r Pr nl' lin Chopter 2 THE STORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE . . . Here we use the word "Honors" in two contexts. One is those honored for extracurricular and academic excellence, while the other is campus "royaIty". Each context is representative of the student body of Northeastern. Harvard probably has us beat on academics and Vogue has us beat on beauty, but the students do pretty well in both areas. The college nominates more students to Who's Who than some pretty good size schools and occasionally our Miss Northeastern excels in the Miss Oklahoma pageant. Everyone has his own set of goals which can be reached through giving. The people in this chapter gave their time, energies and talent. Northeastern has a lot to be proud of. Some of the reasons follovv. I TSA LA GI Queen! 493 if Necio Hudso . V A I, . " .v 1 H A . '.-I - ' L . 31' - ' 'ffl' Q if-M ' v . ' X" 5'-, 'fd-: - ,: , . EXE. kN.7yL.J'5v. Q ' W Kay McCart Gwendolyn Chambers 1973 TSA LA GI ' W Queen Judge Dick Cavetf Sandy Christmas Claudia Aulf -6 1 , is Q. Q, Ni" :Qi Q.. - Q .- .1 .f- ,l wi 'Lis- if '53 cg: ,. 'w '-,.' xwv X -QQ V 'H 1' . Ni l l l' .. R .Glenda Prater, Hastings Linda Cooke, Ross janet Deshazo, North Leoser Deborah Murray, South Leoser Michelle Brackley, Wyly Carol Pratt, Wilson . Reta Peterson, Logan ,.f'T'f'3? Miss Northeastern Elaine Whifworth A 1Q f J x K . 'VV fr N. f 1 r .f 5 CX xiik X Q Colendcnr Girl 5-, n---X if 'xx l'V '-1' Patti Duncan i973 Honors Assembly Awords Edith Agnew Betty Barrick Gregory Buyan jesse Clanton Dorothy Dawson David Dickison janice Dixon Mary Eberhart Fred Fuller Larry Griffin Carolyn Hust Alan Hutchins jackie johnson Mary Lowry Sharon Perkins Claudia Ault Gregory Buyan jesse Clanton Roy Conner Chris Daigle Diane DeVries Rodney Engman Fred Fuller Sammy Hampton Andrea Hanson jenny Babinski joseph Babinski Belienda Blair Wayne Bunch Ruthie Bussey Gregory Buyan Billy Coleman jerry Crane Chris Daigle Mary Eberhart Larry Eller Glen Feeback Robbie Henderson Kathryn Hewitt Linda Springwater Theodore Theban Michael Wilson Twyla Walker jim Ward Darrell Hamby Edith Agnew Carolyn Hust Ronald Babb Lynn Musgrave Linda Kaye McCart Lloyd Harris Karyn Bynum Claudia Pollan Linda Hampton Honor Society Carolyn Price T. L. Rozell Terri Sellers Eva Shipp Patricia Shuck Linda Springwater Larry Thomas Nancy Thompson Patricia Toalson Homer Walker Pamela Wilson Clarence Anderson Gary Davis jack Freeman Andrea Hanson Student Activity Arlan Hanson Christian Hanson Syretha Huckaby jackie johnson Marcy Lauchner Teresa Miller Linda Kaye McCart Bettie McLemore john Middleton Who's Who Fred Fuller Earl Gracey Larry Griffin Lloyd Harris Daniel Hudgins Alan Hutchins Bruce johnson jackie johnson james Kane Darlene Kastl john Kastl Alan Kime Acodemic Achievement Kenneth jones Sheryl Rawdon Richard Lambrecht David Kundla jenny Babinski Carolyn Price jack Lamberson William Street Evelyn Miller Alan Hutchins Mary Odom jerry Crane Ronald Sierer David Dickison Clarence Anderson Leland Beachboard Albert Geer Karen Hart Charles Hudson Estelle Manes Teresa McCauley Teresa Miller Lynn Musgrave Diane Poteete Dee Ann Ritter Thomas Stringer Sandra Tillotson Richard Zellner Karen Boultinghouse Robert Carter Richard Kern Linda Kaye McCart Kenneth Moffett Marion Morgan Shirley Phillips Robert Pletcher Ronald Pry Warren Sikes Melinda Smith Betty Trout Gary Tunnell Wayne Learned Estelle Manes Frieda McClellan Teresa Miller Chrisanne Mitchell Mary Odom Carolyn Price Ronald Pry Larry Rigney Terri Sellers Patricia Shuck Thomas Stringer Sandra Tillotson Rodney Engman Graduate Division Marva Boeckman Trisha Duke Evelyn Duncan Dannette Gay joAnn Heavener joyce Hendren Sue Hopkins Tomala Howard Winifred Kinsey Cora Merkle Claud Moutray Linda Reese Rosemary Vaughan Nancy Whisler Who s Who Among Students ln Americon Universities ond Colleges The honor of Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Col- leges is conferred annually on outstand- ing student leaders from 1,000 colleges and universities in the United States. Nominating committees are instructed to choose those students whose academic standing, service to the community, lead- ership in extra-curricular activities and future potential are decidedly above average. 'kv GLEN FEEBACK Biology Major' Phi Lambda Chi' Basketball Outstanding Athlete of America Award' Student Senate' Dean s Honor Roll. ALAN KIME Political Science Major' Political Science and Pre-Law Club: presi- dent and vice-president' 1972 Stu- dent Activity Award' Pi Gamma Mu- Kappa Delta Pi' Rho Theta RON PRY Music Education Major' Kappa Kappa Psi president MENC Orchestra stage man ager Band Brass Choir French Horn Quar tet Tulsa Philharmonic Lake Forest Illinois Symphony Dean s Honor Roll Q Q: YI s-rsvk Q vc? 1 04 W., 3 QQ! il-" Full-"' 1 Fil' Yu-A mit' Sigmag Alpha Chig CUABQ SEAg Residence Hall Associationg Dean's Honor Roll. l JOE BABINSKI Math Majorg Physical Education Majors Club Basketball Honorable Mention All-Conference IENNY BABINSKI Physical Education Majoq Physical Education Majors Club Kappa Delta Pi. CAROLYN PRICE Library Science Major: Library Clubg SEA: pres- ident and parliamentariang Kappa Delta Pig 1972 Student Activity Awardp Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Chig Dean's and President's Honor Roll. LARRY ELLER Political Science Majon Alpha Chi. LARRY GRIFFIN Omega president Phi Alpha Theta secretary treasurer SEA National Council of Teachers of English Student Senate Sigma Tau Delta Pl Gamma Mu Kappa Delta Pi Rho Theta Sigma Alpha Chl 1972 Best Supporting Actor Award , , C I Q English Majorg Alpha Psi . 4 - .W . A X-, - , 5. , if 1 w sv . it V- N SX I Q . 1 , l ij, I i IIM KANE Chemistry and Biology Majon Pre-Med Club: treasurerg Kappa Mu Epsilong SEAg Residence Hall Association: presi- dent and parliamentariang Golfg Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Chip LQ? Student Activity Awardg Dean's and President's Honor o s. W, TERRI MARIE SELLERS English and Library Sci- ence Majorj SEAg Sigma Tau Deltag Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Chi. l l r MARY ODOM , - W Home Economics Education "Trigg ' .I Major: SEAg Home Econom- f:'IU'Uf' , I ics Clubg American Home I 4 gl Economics Association. I ' I A 3 K ffl BELIENDA SUE BLAIR Speech Therapy and Elementary Education Majorp SEAp Sigma Alpha Etap Rho Theta Sigmap Alpha Chip Dean's and President's Honor Rolls. DANIEL WAYNE HUDGINS Business Administration Majorp Phi Lambda Chip Student Senatep Pi Delta Epsilonp Phi Beta Lambdap The Northeasternp Dean's Honor Roll. FRED FULLER iology Majorp Biology Pre-Med Club: vice- identp Oklahoma nter-Collegiate Legisla- ure' Student Senatep tp 1972 Honor Awardp Rho Theta Alpha Chip Dean's President's Honor TOM STRINCER Majorp Pi Gamma u: vice-presidentp Phi Alpha Thetap Student Sen- ate: vice-presidentp 1972 Student Activity Awardp Dean's and President's Honor Rolls. . M. .1 ESTELLE LOUISE MANES English and Library Science Major: Sigma Tau Deltap Library Clubp Diver's Club: publicity chairmanp Karate Club: secretaryp Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Englishp Blue Quillp Alpha Chip Dean's and Presi- de-nt's Honor Rolls. E. . R N fr.. , K. f- VU- I 1. . - - i , . , Ui - --r x ' . 4 N -- 2 .Hu X. .. fill' - --'Z'-'2?115luTi:1':ui5i slfiien'-1 V. r 01?-:fdaaii 2:52- ' ' 1 .. -"E?ELjEE. V ae..- 4. ,,., LARRY RIGNEY Library Science Majorp SEAp Library Club. FRIEDA MCCLELLAN Special Education Major SEA Student Council for Exceptional Children Alpha Chl 1972 Stu dent Activity Award Dean s and President s Honor Rolls Q19 -, 'Y :th P ,. l X 1 E " ,. WAYNE BUNCH journalism Majorg Pi Delta Epsilon, vice- presidentg The Northeastern, sports editor and editor-in-chiefg Student Senatep National Student Register. Q Q u BRu'cE1OH,NsoN X I I ' 2. U 'J ' ,- . I I ,tllafllf ' , M +ij,5,.-fzv a wit . A - r :ELC .xt A w,1,,,2 li ,E .L N -x if y f l' 1 ' Y J Q . 1 Football and Baseball. Business Education Mayor, Beta Theta Pig GREG BUYAN History and Political Science Major: Phi Alpha Thetag Alpha Chip Rho Theta Sigmag Political Science and Pre-Law Club: trea- surerg1972 Political Science Awardg 1972 Honor Society Awardg Dean's and President's Honor Rolls. FIT? RLJTHIE BUSSEY English Major' Oo-Na-Le: secre- tary' National Indian Speech Tournament' Student Senate' Sigma Tau Delta' Rho Theta Sigma' SEA' Kappa Delta Pi' Alpha Chi' 1972 Honor Society Miss NSC finalist' Calendar Girl contestant' Presidents Honor o . Awardg Archaeological Societyg R in ' ALAN HUTCHINS and Physics Major: Society of Physics presidentg Math Club: president: Chip Dean's and President's Honor IERRY CRANE Arts Major: Industrial Arts Club: Achievement Award in Indus- Artsg Student Activity Awardg SEA: and President's Honor Rolls. TERESA MILLER and journalism Majorg Sigma Tau vice-presidentg Young Democratsg Senateg Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Dean's and President's Honor Rolls. CHRIS DAICLE ajorg Residence Hall Association: Rho Theta Sigma: Alpha Chi: EARL GRACEY Political Science Major Alpha Phi Alpha president and vice pres: dent Interfraternlty Council vice president Afro American Student Union president and vice pres: dent Student Senate Oklahoma Inter Collegiate Legislature CIJAB president Political Science and Pre Law Club Young Democrats gpg! 1972 Outstanding Leadership 1 Award Law-. IACKIE JOHNSON nalism Major Student Home Economics Association: pres- ident and historian' Pi Delta Epsilon' The Northeastern: feature editor and assistant editor' SEA' Dean s Honor o . l lOHN KASTL B'0l08V Majon Pre-Med Club: presidentg Biology Club: CUABQ Circle K Clubg Diver's Club: Archaeological Society: Student Senate' Dean's Honor Roll. l DARLENE KASTL Business Education Majorg Phi Beta Lambda: sec- retary: SEA: secretaryg CUABg Dean's Honor Roll. Q Home Economics and jour- T an tr? MARY KATHLEEN EBERHART French Majon Residence Hall Association: secretaryg SEAQ Kappa Delta Pig Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Chig Academic Achievement Avvardg Dorm Queeng Dean's and President's Honor Roll. WAYNE LEARNED Business Management and lournalism Majorg Sigma Tau Gamma: first vice-president and presidentg Inteqrfrater- nity Council: treasurerg Pi Delta Epsilong Phi Beta Lambdag Sociology Clubg Student Senateg Oklahoma Collegiate Press Associationg Who's Who Among Ameri- can Collegiate Student Leadersg Who's Who Among Greek Fraternities and Sororities of Americap 1972 Stu- dent Activity Awardg THE NORTHEASTERNQ TSA LA Cl: photographer, sports editor, greeks and honors editor, and editorg Rho Theta Sigmap Dean's and President's Honor Roll. PAT SHUCK English Major,' SEAQ Library Clubg Student ate: Academic Achievement Awardg Alpha QW 'Q' f- SANDRA TILLOTSON Business Education Majoij Phi Beta Baptist Student Uniong SEAg Alpha Chip and President's Honor Roll. BILLY GENE COLEMAN Geography Majorg Student Senate. 'rw' 79" vb I LLOYD HARRIS Psychology Major: Pi Gamma Mug Alpha Psi Omega: treasurerg Stu' dent Senateg Psychology Student of the Yearg Honor Society Avvardg Rho Theta Sigmag Alpha Chig Presi- dent's Honor Roll. so - , - -1 L, in-F-1-4. '-A . . 'f X ., " ' f X " i":"'f'AI', ,.,, ' Li.: , . V, JN Q 5,1 , A' ,' I' fx - I lv? 1 ' - .I I I Q5 4 'Lf . ,- ' ' lv-ze. L 'I - - A X 'fn' . - -' 'Lt V1 1. ' . A 1 ' X ' P- . if JJ. at . 3 . , F. . -', , if .Lf "7 . 'l':l"-YK 3, ,. gli-'ggi ,. uf., I . - tips 3.351 I , . :gil f ., ftTf?gee4.4' I ' qs 'A ,T it ,-t,,.ff1f, , H P- . 4- jo -- N f .xi If . . X ' -Qt 525: P , I i I, . Y . ff' 'D ,,3-gS?3FySff'f'51- ' 4 ' ' .::4fl?3"'3.I-fl"--,""v?!5'et'1fY'f s y' I ,"Y,g111iig5,f:2w,.1!5a 1-g,15f3?Q'i?2flS?3 '3lf, , ' 22" ' 1 ' "'kvC2?!kA't"i.,ff' 9"ML1"2.'ff". 'EU' 5. --...A Wsfgw- xg-gg, Nts-.1-3' iiifa,-5 ,Y i-I?Q?ff'Q,- iff-, ,f:,mZPl I I' Wizfil 1, , ,' - 1 4 1' -" .jf . gt- -'X' tr' J Ll,',.y g- 'fri--fp'5?'vg7 -!l,j1:x:Q-' bivififl' -QI' L fjl 'gf - '.f'2'n,i,',:3' iifzfwllrgifijl'-fa13jng5Wii,"'YIi7':"f,4 "' ' 'arg l' ,ET-Nl, 'QQ ,Qs I A -tt ' ' W ' I Q if ff wlfffifffflf' ljwv , Tj , E- a I gfii?Ef7-gawk'-2?5fgf1f :FQ PQ' i 'fu v.: r ff-,n,3,3L.,'p?,p 14' 35:1-4? E., 3429822 1'-I 1, , -'-1 eva f-J.Lxz.r it 1.1: I- -.xr CHRISANNE MITCHELL Home Economics and Elementary Edu- cationg Delta Zeta: secretary and presi- dentg Panhellenicg Sisters of the Shieldg Homecoming Queen Attendantg Kappa Delta Pig Student Activity Awardg Who's Who 19715 Rho Theta Sigmag Dean's Honor Roll. ITIGCO ming Queen ,gg ff: 5 hi' Connie Hensley L' x .I 222 Queen Attendants: CHRISANNE MITCHELL GWENDOLYN CHAMBERS CAROL TILLOTSON PAULETTE TOON 'ki' E e Miss Gklohomo Andrea J. Hcmson l Tree- it I El X! xl 1! ff-Sl' X Chopter 3 THE STORY OF THOSE WHC EXCEL . . . In your heart of hearts you're thinking about maybe joining a fraternity. This chapter would make more sense if all the people in it were 45 years old. Conformity, submission of the individual to the group, social elitism, the exclusion of outsiders from all the fun - it can be understood how these things would have great utility for the graduate of 1951. But most of the people in this chapter are under 20 years. According to Esquire magazine, all fraternity pledge classes were up about ten percent last year nationwide, for the first time in recent history. Northeastern greeks exhibited like performance. The greek system has grown from six to nine organizations in only three years. Membership in all is steadily increasing. Whatever happened to that bright, idealistic generation that was so ambitious to stop the war and overthrow the System? It had no time to mess around with irrelevant rituals and pledge duties. Fraternities, to be sure, have changed. Sigma Tau Gamma used to cherish its image as a small, close-knit group, but this year Sig Tau Executive Director Keith Dinsmore said, "We used to consider ourselves socially elite, but now its just something where people can identify with the kind of people they want to live with". And a lot of Northeastern freshmen said that nothing had been farther from their minds when they arrived at school than fraternities or sororities, but after a while they began to look pretty good. Maybe you can find a home in that heap of people. 'Mg Ponhellenic te' a ' .m . . f Delta Zeta advisory-governing organization-with three delegates from each social sorority Alpha Sigma Alpha development of unity and cooperation . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . encourages scholarship and high stand- ards of conduct . . . Rush coordination . . .Panhellenic Picnic. . . liz ff' sry-"5 "W:fg4'L - vu q.,'i'2v, tv 'wjr Marilyn Dyer, Alpha Sigma Alphag Gale Inman, sponsorg Janis Tootsie Killgore, Alpha Sigma Alphap Becky Hart, Delta Zetag Soeten, Delta Zetag Janice Yirsa, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Marty Bur- Arlene Fodo, sponsorg Chrisanne Mitchell, Delta Zetag Anne row, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Karen jackson, Sigma Sigma Sigmag Cahoon, Alpha Sigma Alpha. lnterfroternity Council A? A i rf' Q.-Q -QI4 Front Row: Royce Campbell, Phi Sigma Epsilon, jerry Donley, Phi Lambda Chi, Wayne Learned, Sigma Tau Gamma, Mike Snoddy, Alpha Phi Alpha, Doug Golden, Acacia, john Fodo, Acacia, Charles Bowline, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Second Row: Terry Grufik, Sigma Tau Gamma, Bonita Gay, Kappa Alpha Psi, Larry Miller, Kappa Alpha Psi, Gerald Bennett, Alpha Phi Alpha, David Shields, Sigma Tau Gamma. Sigma Tau Gamma . . . representatives of each social fraternity on campus . . . Alpha Phi Alpha . . . coordinatescctheactjvitiesgof t-lpwsocimal fraternitiges . . . Acacia . . .njainy tains a high standard among, the fraternities Phi Sigma Epsilon cooperated with other social organizations on campus . . . Kappa Alpha Psi . . . approval of admittance must be obtained before a new organization can be admitted to the IFC membership . . . Phi Lambda Chi . . . luncheon with President Collier. . . Greek Week -K 1.- Unity . . . improve relationships with campus. . .understanding of problems . . .participation as a group, not as individuals . . . fraternity-sorority foot- ball game . . .girls dragged through the mud . . . seminar . . . motivation . . . tricycle race . . . picnic . . .dance-. . tug-of-vvar. . .shaving cream fight. . . wet...wet...wet...campus clean-up. . .Greek Week. . . ,X pf fl aff Alphci Phi Alphd President ........ jerimiah Warrior First black college fraternity . . . founded Dec. vice-President ..... Reginald Terry 4, 1906, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Treasurer ---.---.--- D21vidSIriplin . . . 382 college chapters . . . chartered at NSC March 14, 1970 . . . Zeta Upsilon . . . First black fraternity at NSC . .. Alpha's on the move . . . dances . . . socials . . . basketball r games . . . rap sessions . . . Christmas party for 9 the underprivileged children in Tahlequah area . . . 200 children . . . tutoring programs . . . cross-state relations . . . sponsoring buses for T, games and dances away . . . auxiliary club, Alpha Bets . . . beautiful . . . dedicated . . . l I-E' Pi. 1,1751 K -.1-sd Reginald Terry, Earl Gracey, Michael Snoddy, Hiram Burr, Paul Hunt, Gerald Bennett, Kenneth Caddy, Samuel Graham, Gary O'Guin, Harold Williams, Frederick Fleming, David Striplin, Larry Bradley. Connie Biglow Mary jo Lang Shirley Anderson juanlta Carter Brenda Brown Carolyn Wilson Shirley Casey Glenda jones Shirley Watkins Peggy Gladney Marsenia Logan Sandra Burr Denise Hayes Carolyn Biglow Carolyn jones Esther. Coleman Helen Pleasant Carolyn Galloway Wanda Drew Anna Mosley janice Gardner Saundra Harris Carolyn johnson Gail Pearson Mary johnson Christine Morrow Faye Grayson Mary Bills Rosalind Crenshaw Linda Glover Dorothy Grayson Lavonda Riggs janet jones Verlene Hall Dolly Young ' Linda Wolf .............., President p G Ig I I p G Carly Franklin ........... Vice President Melinda Chuculate ....... Secretary Founded Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Nov. 15, 1901 . . . national headquarters, Spring- field, Mo. . . . 47 national chapters . . . Daisy. . . Pearl white and crimson . . . Beta Gamma Chapter . . .weiner roasts. . . best decorated car in home- coming parade . . . most blood donated in APO Red Cross Drive. . .T-Shirt parties for all social fra- ternities. . .ASA Man,Terry Wolfe. . .sneaks. . . shaving cream fights . . . Spring Formal, Love ls . . . reverse day . . . Wishing Well Ceremony . . . Hawaiian Theme Party . . . Mother Patroness Tea . . . Tri-State State Day . . . river party . . . best decorated floor. . .Acacia smoker. . .water fight with Sigma's . . . hostess of State Day . . . cele- brated St. Valentine's Day in honor of Exemplar . . . runner-up for Santa's Dream Girl . . . Marilyn Dyer, ASA Sweetheart. . .paddles for pledges. . . birthday parties . . . best chapter award for Oklahoma . . . new pledges . . . new members . . .Christmas party. . . Richard Clary, Santa Claus . . . Calendar girl, Miss Northeastern, Tsa La Gi Queen contestants . . . parties for Delta Zeta and Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . redecorated activity room . . .Alpha Sigma Alpha. . . Christy Allen ....... . Treasurer v np . . -I- :ll Ev wr sl 5 ol ll v'9', 2 4 fl 1. Aft A ' l ' 1' Li' u l 1 Q All li ' 4. ,f V1.1 W Anne Cahoon Pam Kelly Melinda Chuculate Linda Wolf Karen Woodhouse Lynne Harbison janet Smith .Tootsie Killgore fe., H' l . 1. ,GZ 9. Nerea Cooper 'l0. Marilyn Dyer 'l'l. Barbara Brown Not pictured: Pam Wolverton Carly Franklin Windy Wharton . ,J Fall pledge class: Debbie McClure Terri Crow Nancy Davison Christy Allen Cheryl Akeman Susie Overton Ursula Seyerle Karrie Marshall Leslie Lazzaro Nancy Long Marcia Schneider lla W 'fi X .pl- ":,fk5 -,,,,,-- - , 5 Spring Pledge Class: Kellee Johnson, Freda Hale, Sharon Melone, Bev- erly Marsh. Deltci Zetci Founded 1902, Miami University . . . Delta Phi Chapter merged with the oldest sorority on campus, Delta Sigma Epsilon, August 21, 1957 . . . Pink and green . . . Killarney Rose . . . 157 chapters across the nation . . . believes in high ideals . . . stresssis- terhood, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership . . . largest sorority on cam- pus . . . Phi Lambda Chi Scholarship Award for eight consecutive years . Pride of the Province . . . Province ii: 16 Progress Award . . . State Day in Tulsa Pledge retreat Delta Zeta Week . . . bake sale . . . bowling balls for the mentally retarded pledge slave sale . . . Christmas party . . . Halloween treats at the Methodist Home . . . spring formal . . . tea with the Sig Tau's . . . president of Panhel- lenic . . . Calendar Girl, three years in a row . . . Homecoming Queen attendant . . . Miss Northeastern con- testants . . . Northeastern Singers . . . Sister's of the Shield President . .. cheerleaders . . . Who's Who . . . Sis- ter's of the Shield . . . Lambda Lion's .. . Delta Zeta is individuality individuality is unity. . . l- "L" t 4 Q , -1' I af. fbi r ' A.. Debbie Hackler 18. Melinda Smith Nita Towry 19. Mary lane Neal Kathy Mehlhorn 20. Alicia Bacon Carol Toby 21 Becky Hart Debbie Smith Glenda Garrison Debbie Seymour Chrisanne Mitchell Melissa Decker Debbie Daughtery Pat Nicholson Pat Archer Chris Willey Ann Grover Marilyn Dowling Irene johnson Margaret Whitlow 22. Kay McGollough Not Pictured: Karen Boultinghouse Anita Brockman Nancy Thompson Janis Soeten Sherry Squires Denise Orendorff Sue Ellen Byrd Pat Cragg Arisa johns Fall Pledge Class: Front Row: Janice Holloway, Lana Scroggins Second row: Robbie Honea, Sandy Christ- mas, Mary Lynn Swan, Libby Ferguson Cindy Williams. Third Row: Pam Guthrie Pam Griffith, Phyllis Helmich, Terri Barnhart jean Gullick, Roxie Smith. -P o '75 o Spring Pledge Class: Paula Waddel, ludy Black, Gayle Walker, Kathy'Wig- ington, Debi Thompson, Linda Williams, Connie Goodnight. -l ' l l l L . 5 5-Ll lr fl i .5 '?l-'L-lil 51 l lx i lig l L 1 rx - 11. . , . J, V U.. V, l Polemarch .Cordell A. Stephens Vice-Polemarch .Chester Woods Keeper of Records. .Larry Miller Exchequer ...... Marion Arnold Historian ...,.... Calvin justice Dean of Pledges ....... Milford A Kinnard Kcippci Alphci Psi Founded january 5, 1911, Indiana University . . . NSC, Feb. 26, 1972 . . . Zeta Rho . . . 163 undergrad- uate chapters nationwide . . . red carnation . . . Crimson and Cream Ron Alexander from KKUL . . . sock hops . . . fashion show . . . intramural football and bas- ketball . . . raffles . . . cheerlead- ers . . . talent show . . . Black Arts Festival Queen ffor past two yearsj . . . Kappa Ball . . . Soul System . . . drives to raise money for children of the Methodist Home . . . Spring Kappa Ball . . . Kappa Alpha Psi . . . jx Front Row: Charles Lazenby, Milford Kinnard, Bonita Gay, Calvin justice, Sylvester Sillas, Second Row: Cordell A. Stephens, Milford Carter, Winfred Ross, Leon Thompson, Larry Miller, Chester Woods. Not Pictured: Willie Granger, Larry Kirkland, Marion Arnold, Richard Thompson. i--- -,lun-L - . U-W PMH . QQ.-f f I Q., wer: l XNQ ,is r. X1 'N fi ,.. .rf '41,-11" 1 .V , ME" X 1 l 1 1 1 v -. s , l, ,,f, 1 va.. ,- 4 -. n . ., .15 t. - , ' ' '?'x57fc," '- 110' 1 'S' 14.2" '. 3"3f"4': ... ' , , , 'x vw- ., ., R 'hi ll Koppo Kittens Front Row: Deborah Smith, Evelyn jefferson, Sandra Thomas, Sandra Neal, Cynthia jones, Mary Shoulds. Second Row: Deanna johnson, Betty Trout, Etoyce Taylor, Juanita Pouncil, Anita White, Roszetta Delt, Norma Faye Lee, Linda Roland, Tressa Chatman,1oan Hill. 1.-ta,g,':gf.. 35" ,-nhl, li.: sv- -'3.. x ",.. -. 'ki' .2 ' .--ll wg . I,1"'.tf..'?'-f- ' Y Ili. ' ,-an at .",1.' "l ' A, ,. , 3l..i -U ' ' HOW.-"9u'.'i,'. 1 u 95- I- " 45: ' 3 . . 4 J " .A V f , ' .. .ff NN, . , he 55 Phi Ldmbdd Chi Sonny Hess .......... President Dan Pinner ...... Vice-President Randy Rucker ........ Secretary Richard Bennett ...... Treasurer , ',r t, .5 sw ---'f' 9,2 T Founded in college session of 1924- 1925, Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, Arkansas . . . formerly named Aztec . . . NSC, 1939 . . . White Carna- tion. . .blue and gold. . .Beta chapter . . .lst place float for Homecoming parade. . .bean dinner. . .champion- ship wrestling. . .spaghetti dinner. . . skating parties. . .4th ofjuly party. . . sneaks to Tulsa . . . National Conclave in Missouri . . . National Olympics at NSC. . . Halloween party with Sig Tau's . . . Lambda Lions . . . donkey basket- ball. . .Spring Formal. . .Sheridan Skyline East. . .Phi Lambda Chi. . . T i V715 ll .A -' v. 'A THEART EQCHEF T: f f fltilll . ,'- ag -.3 -:bi 1 filfgix Nl aa - . 4 J K - 4. 4. 1. ul' fkjgf, 1. fl fif . gt ll ,M af 21 fl ix A Bob Kinney .jerry Donley Dan Hud ins - 8 .Mitch Anderson .lim Hollis Richard Bennett Larry Ingram :jan Colombin Lonnie Jamison Steve Dillon Bob Crawford Randy Ferrell Frank Farmer Randy Hale 15 16 17 1 8 1 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27. 28. .Sonny Hess .Nello Gionta . Don Burn . Danny Reese Richard Weber .Chuck Essman .lerry Bockman Bruce Puller . George McAfee . Clary Morgan . lack Morris . Mike Harris Larry Child joe Harris W W v x ,I as Y l 4 - 'L' , 1 X , ,- -...........,..f- f main- ':' -.ak ,it ilfl f ' EX , -: ,. ..,., ,W 5. 2 ,-:.v1'fv'K'41'-'G M I-,EE ., . , , , , r CA " X 'gf ,,r R' Q AA Lornloclo Lions Front Row: Reta Goodson, Sheri Morgan, Leslie Lazzaro, Parva Carlile, lanice Yirsa. Second Row: Peggy Morris, lodi Russell, Paula Bennett, Pal Archer, Diane Fiveash. l ll li f , r 'ii 1 . 1, A? ' . I i-3 ' 4 ,. Pu ,.1 Y. 's Q , " 'I 12 - Q9 if- If. xi 41 'f. W .EASY Front Row: john Philbeck, Mike Harris, Ron Fowler, joe Ron Bell, Craig Molet, Dan Pinner, Bill Pax. Dan Looney, jack Morris. Second Row: Chuck Essman, . In Q H cg' . ,. 'T 2 ' I lnii-'Hr' 5 'W' Standing: Dan Robbins, Mike Kinney, john George Looney, Steve Phillips, Doak Willis, C ' -0- "-:S ,. i, ze '7 Q- rll. :"7' - fail' NL- v . Q, Heller, Tom Lander. Seated: Mark French, Eddie Harbour, George Baldwin, Roger Horn. .gm kr, l,,, f' A TES f ,.,.,:,,'b21 mx-A1-gyfp :'.3.fL:r i-if 'X W: 1.3, A X 41' Phi Sigma Epsilon President ........,.......... Vice-President ............. Corresponding Secretary ..... Recording Secretary ........ Treasurer ................... .......BobPigg .Charles Bowline . .Norman Smith .Mike Whitehead ...Rick Robbins Founded 1928, Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburgh, Kansas . . . NSC, October 30, 1930 . . . 57 chapters nationwide . . . three colonies . . . White Tea Rose . . . Cardinal and Sil- ver . . . Epsilon chapter . . . New Year's Eve party in Muskogee . . . Play- boy Formal at the Sheridan Inn . . . first place in the Triangulum Newslet- ter . . . Casino night . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha Man . . . sneaks to OU, OSU, and Arkansas . . . roller skating party . . . Easter egg hunt with the Tri Sig's . . . sponsored Miss Northeastern trun- ner-up for Miss Oklahomaj . . . Hairy Buffalo parties . . . Toilet Bowl champs . . . Christmas party at the Methodist home with the Tri Sig's Sigma Sigma Sigma Man . . . Second place float with the Sigma's in the Home- coming parade . . . sponsored Home- coming Queen with the Phi Lambs . . . fourth of july party . . . Steamboat party hypnotist Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart . . . friendship and brotherhood Phi Sigma Epsilon nsriasd . 4 lv. ,snr . , - '-1 , A .a .1 ., f G .3 0 '15 gy ,,If'7" ff ' X! A' I I A ww , y-lj.-.,q . fir . -V 'gn ' . u ,g y I fl - ,f-J.-yi-fn aff," 5 1 w ,JI-1 , ,..,f, .,-draw' -V . N 412 ' ,.-f , r V- S I W 1 , P .,f J Q 'fp ' ' 4 ' ni ' ""5' .J , : 5 5--.., . x .-5,4-'ff 1- if-QQ, gs! 1554! ,V ,.,,' ' FM J. .V ,J D LE, Th 4-"wi" 1: :f,g.f . ' W. W- A ff ff H ' AE?" bw -1. 'v ," , 'Hy , Vis I f 3 A 4. 'ffm .Qvfi a - A " K-,, . gg. , :T Q'- -f ,L 'S , el Q . f. 4- '- -F 'lmdvliin-1,4-A' ' , W , v WE' Fall pledge class: 1. Don Gabbert 2. Donald Ellis 3. David Dresher 4. Tim Woodson 5. Gary Arnold 6. Mike Boyd 7. Rick Deshane 8. Dave King 9. Steve McKown 10. Randy Huddleslon 11. Bruce Rotton iii 0 'V H A. m r K ,"i Tony Collins, Bill Turner, Charles Bowline, Kelly Garrett. Kid :fl ff. Spring Pledge Class: Gary Pace, Kenny Cooper, Denny Arnold, Leon Hood, pledge master, james Gulley. 17' If -. L. x I l 'N-af' ,, . v l , rnl Q lm K 1:-.-.- Y :ix D , k JA' 'lips I" - 1 - l..4f'4,L gl U ' Kfx ,sig '-:Ht - N' , K , iv 5 if . mx, Sigma Sigma Sigma Founded 1898, Longwood College . . . Alpha Iota Chapter, founded at NSC 1928 . . . purple and white . . . violet . . . twirlers . . . Sigma Tau Gamma White Rose fone of ten national final- istsl . . . Easter egg hunt and Christ- mas party with the Phi Sig's at the Methodist Home . . . RPM Shoe Shine . . . 60 chapters across the nation . . . Spring formal . . . Senior Send-on . . . water fights Miss Northeastern . Founder's Day Banquet . . . Thanksgiving party . . . pledge slave sale . . . roller skating party . . . Homecoming Queen attendant. . . sneaks to Edmond and Pittsburg . . . second place Homecoming float with the Phi Sig's. . .scuba diving. . .one out of 12 national sarorities that has a national headquarters home . . . TSA LA GI Queen . . . rides for members and pledges . . . midnight parties . . . calendar girl . . . door decorations GJ . . . rush guest speaker - national Officers: President ...... ............ D iane DeVries Vice-President ............. Charlotte johnson Corresponding Secretary .,...... Kathy Wilson Recording Secretary ........... Denise Bitting Scholarship Secretary ......,... Mitzi Childers Treasurer .................... Caralee Moffett editor for TRIANGLE . . . rush chair- man in the shower . . . Dorm Queen . .. tea with the Phi Sig's an unexpected dip in the pond . . . sister- hood . . . faithful until death . . . lov- ing . . . sharing . . . giving . . . SIC,- MARATION. . . Diane DeVries Betty Lewis Denise Bitting Shirley Haworth Marty Burrow janet Seward Becki Dark Kathy Hays Vicki Moon Kathy Wilson Paulette Toon Lonetta Kincaide Cindy Grimes Blake 14. Caralee Moffett 15. Karen jackson 16. lodi Russell 17. Sarah Turnbow 18. Debra Wade 19. Charlotte johnson 20. lanice Yirsa 21. Elaine Whitworth 22. Necia Hudson Not Pictured: Pam Schoeffler Dawn Wade Michelle Ward fly, III, 'ZX .sa-1'-if! 1 Qlia ng,-. Fall Pledge Class: P1 af" 'TL7 X Front Row: Trecia Stauss, Mary Sue Gillon. Sec- Zachary, Patty Cunningham, Sharon Haworth, ond Row: Terry Brannan, Mitzi Childers, Diane Marla Bean, Priscilla Payton. Morgan, Brenda Russell. Third Row: Kay Spring Pledge Class: Cheryl Kinion, Lee Ann Henderson, Gina Naifah, Debbie Murray, Debbie Hanigan, Debi Randolph. S+., N 'wo GVXS N 'i ' f Ye- -u 3 , . Lg- ,- QM-CnsusQ "1 ffl' .. ', : . 2 Founded 1920, Central Missouri State College . . . Zeta Chapter, founded at NSC May 10, 1924 . . . Blue and white . . . White Rose . . . oldest fraternity on campus . . . 88 chapters across the nation . . . province meeting in the fall at NSC . . . regional meeting in Dallas district meeting at Lake Texoma . . . trip to Warrensburg . . . rush . . . Friendship Saloon . . . casino party . . . activities week . . . hell Sigmo Tou Gommo l OFFICERS: President ........, V.P. - Membership V.P. - Education... V.P. - Management ..,.. Secretary ........., ...,.Arlan Hanson .. ...Paul Morgan ........RoyConner ........Louis White Arthur Longwith week . . . homecoming party for the alumni . . . Christmas dance at West- ern Hills State Lodge . . . formal ban- quet . . . colonization at TU . . . Sis- ter's of the Shield . . . poor-boy party . . . Wednesday night dinners . .. Sunday night housecleaning . . . intra- mural participants . . . only fraternity house on campus. . . spring fling. . . stress for individuality . . . White Rose Spring Formal at Tulsa Country Club . . . plans being made for next year's Golden Anniversary . . . S.W. George Memorial Scholarship . . . tuition raf- fle. . .a party at Beak's Rl . . . mixing the "hard" academics with the "sweet" social life . . . Say Rah, Sig Tau . . . Sigma Tau Gamma . . . Something to Give. . . -.-izxlrg WJ? nhiiltiii 4 i 'X fl WW X iw Brent Blake Ron Fisher Dr. Ken Parker Wayne Learned Mike Donnelly Louis White Dave Shields Pierre Guillet Mike Farris Dale Ross Dean Bryan Thom Munson Steve Reynolds Terry Grufik Roy Conner loe Brown Paul Morgan Deb Wade, White Rose Dennis Tibbits 20. Arlan Hanson Rob Thompson Dean Scullawl 23. Arthur Longwith 24. jerry Schoeffler 25. john Heavener 26. Rex Puckett 27. David White 28. Steve Hinds 29. Bob Bolen 30. Mike White 31. Mark Beaman 32. Ed McVay 33. Wayne Martin 34. Larry White 35. Kent Sunderland 36. Glenn Holland 37. George Lowery Not Pictured: Ron Babb Phil Brown Martin Baker Sam Beller Mike Guinn Bruce Hutto Dane Knight Randy Smith Fall Pledge Class 'I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ,QQ V l If . l . . - A. E MN - yi ns lm: ' l 1 lv . . W mg -xv, , 4 'l 1. -s 1' + 1 N' ' ' ' ., A wi - I we 1 K : lg-ra ,Il - r ' - ' xx,-LA" if . Q Q Akin 'qi 3: r " ,Y s Q x is , p . 1. "V ' l 79 M xr. l - f 7 ,134 'V ,N . ,. . -. A - ' - Q, ' -.151 , ,, X - - 47 . ' , QD ' 'Y Spring Pledge Class: Thom Munson, pledge educator, Mike Stevens, lim lus- tice, Phil Green, Albert Springwater, Rick Keith, lim McKay, Dale Cluck, Bruce Barger, jim Griffin. , 1 - -: Ing ' A ,Q ':'+:-QQ .A ' W . Rui -i-- ' f , ,Z fn .,-15?-'J' , Y K .. Q' Ill' Ph? '5' 1. Steve Hinds, Sig Tau Representative Margaret Whitlow Melinda Smith . Vicki Moon Deb Wade Sandy Christmas Marilyn Dyer Shirley Haworth Lee Ann Henderson Stephanie Waszut Cheryl Holbrook Alicia Bacon Carol Toby Mary Lynn Swan Debbie Scullawl Debbie Hanigan Cindy Wiggs ludy Wofford 18. 19. limmie Sue Moffitt Linda Williams Debra Stinnett Kaye McCart 23. Amy Barnes Kathy Mehlhorn Gayle Walker Terri Barnhart Connie Goodnight Sally Garner Sue Ashley Anita Brockman Dawn Wade Denise Bitting Glenda Garrison l t 22 25 av ll A zs Sisters of The Shield a 74 u +- 7 x-'x l 1 I it 1 I X 1 ,Q tl loc .jj Q, ' ,.:' x r- '. '- I l .U . ' 1-" be .M-ufff..-' 1 we -' Ly-. A gfffffcrg-.' 5 -Q P me 'Ky s 0--uk'-svag 1. " . ' ' v- W ' Q ' - . .mA A -- ' q "'..1-,y ' .Jg'..'j rf , , ' A '.1-.- ra ft- .fr-. Q - A .-+, J:1i.,X, -fr, ,. ' f- r 1 giraffe - + ' 3- ' - , f r -' lv : -.az " 4' sy .5 .f 5. ,. ' J' ' .4 , , , .-.. t " ' - Q " 4 Y 5 5 I Q eau r 5 If r ' , Y' r .. . . . 1 c f 1 X., , I- i I Q ' rv' -if - A 2 , .-1 ' ,534-, Rodney Engman Venerable Dean Keith Barrick junior Dean Gerald Mouse Secretary john Fodo Treasurer David Bradford ,... Senior Dean Acocio Founded May 12, 1904, University of Michigan . . . colonized at NSC Nov. 4, 1971 . . . chartered at NSC April 28, 1973 . . . 41 chapters nationwide . . . 20 colonies . . . Sprig of Acacia . . . Black and Old Gold . . . National Col- ony Conference, Bloomington, Indiana . . . National Leadership Conference, Dallas, Texas . . . intramurals . . . CUAB Club Night . . . january Calen- dar Girl . . . served at Bill Willis Appreciation Banquet car wash . . . rummage sale . . . booth at Stil- well Strawberry Festival . . . Gaslight Dinner Theatre. . .Alpha Sigma Alpha party . . . smokers . . . Delta Zeta Tea . . . rush at the lodge . . . Tsa La Gi Queen Candidate. . .Acacia. . . . V 9 . , TN 1 1 1,4 - . ,E-'T-Q 1. 4 'v f X x K 4 Q X 1 H' 'C x Q ,',,q,. ,X t may -J Front Row: john Miller, Ed Myers, Doug Golden. Sec- ond Row: john Fodo, David Bradford, Len Thompson, Bruce Grayum, Rod Engman, Rick Lambrecht, Lewis Fuller. Third Row: Gerald Mouse, Keith Barrick, Mike Allen, Steve Barrick, john Purcell, jon Horine, Richard Kern, I , ra 45- ,Y 'ri-V L 4,1 1. Diane Fiveash, Phi Lambda Chi Sweetheart. 2. Steve Hinds, Delta Zeta Man. GreekFovoriTes Becky Hart, Delta Zeta Rose. 3. Amy Barnes, Sigma Tau Gamma White Rose. 4. Kelly Garrett, Sigma Sigma Sigma Man. D 5. Andrea Hanson, Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart. Siga YQ l X lb F a J J P . 5... x.a,,l Vik: , ., ,? M' -, 'ef ff'-,il L "' tin" ' "gf no V ', t s A , H!-1. -3 JS, ' , ,fx a if V ' , .cu ' 0430+ . 1 -1- - V 4. ' V' wall X 4 5 I-g ,r i, D9 4 1 w ll VW! L. .I 1.1-'s ' fffawf 'fffg fi V 'u-H 4 1. Christine Morrow, Alpha Phi Alpha Sweetheartg 2. Marilyn Dyer, Alpha Sigma Alphs Sweetheartg 3. Terry Wolf, Alpha Sigma Alpha Mang 4. Phyllis Witt, Acacia Sweetheart. ,S . 'x'5 55-- l f I 8 i,,, i li. -'Y-elf VF," .ii ff! f Z Eayfggg. f f fa - h -.Q-:ffw xv 11017, .3 .. I , - , ,- . f.. r pil MB' SiL,s"?k 'Va 4 4 gI'Rsrn.,, V Ffwrhfcf. .-12,1 or p 41 Z" 'pp.s4pr4vh- G7 'f1l.z'f'x"h.1 4 'a'- .f"4.xlfff V -64 L' .que-'4I'Y"' . 4- gona-g.x'K if! ' v rf pt' Q re .a,!"'nf- f,jnf" 4" f ,' o 1' ""r"c L, ff, rt 0 wruyf ,J 04.1. 'vi-if' -su "pf," Rn-. jf '19 in-ri' Hu, 45 .4 Q-U' Eli: I, 'rf' fw.. S 'Fw 4 4 'Q1rrkVf,,," '- ff ,M '04 ow- , :FH -"Hn, " 4 .girl gal L. 'ie ,. I' ' J' i " gl-:fo ,t,kfrgl',,t'F .- hr! 0 4'4l4+51"'lxl.,"a F-j--' r A.qngwR14:-FK..-':,, 'I' 'xg.,'f'.','-4' srbxsvf.. .J-.-z II .0-'nsQ'L'4 '. - 1 , f. J' -. , F Lf, Q ' 'aff 'v I r J Jhi N 4'-n -Q A Y-.4 -T man... . 1 Lx h w.YK -Q?" X Chopter 4 THE STORY OF THOSE WHO BELONO . . . is the story of those with needs. The need for affiliation, for belongingness, for acceptance. The need for achievement, for reputation, and for status. Whether the college student joins an organization to fill in lonely campus hours, or whether he affiliates with a special group to obtain prestige, or whether he merely pays his dues and attends meetings so his transcript will "look good" -the student is satisfying a basic human need, the need to belong. This is a special need. lt ranks third in lvlaslov's hierarchy of human motives, it is the drive that enables a college student to find himself. In addition to the personal enrichment obtained from extracurricular activities is the social orientation provided by them. The need for agrariousness is just as much a part of Maslov's theory as the need for personal achievement. And the practice education required in that social orientation can best be learned in a group. The clubs at Northeastern offer students something that can't be obtained in a classroom. Large and small, the organizations broaden students' scope of the college scene and the business vvorld. They are a principle part in the social process of learning to live with people. These group relationships are important to everyone in the study of people, the most important organization on campus. lb 1. Dennis Tibbits, organi- zations editorg 2. Wayne Learned, first semester editor, 3. Roy Conner, first semester Greeks editor, second semester co-edi- tor, 4. Donna Cain, first semester faculty editor, second semester co-edi- torg 5. Glenda Freeman, advisor. lb . Tsci Ld Gi College yearbook. . .edited by stu- dents . . .a history of 1972-73 at North- eastern. . .layouts. . .phone calls. . . pictures . . . retakes . . . new Gi office . . . broken thermostat . . . pizza party . . . more retakes . . . another deadline . . . number one Oklahoma Collegiate Press Association Senior college year- book.. .TsaLaGi. . . -iff ff fl-'. ",- X 1' Jr' .-1. , " iz: -Hts" 'ag - l. ff3i5fT' -l - wr T""' --..2'ls1 ':""i,'J-TW'fQ '-H. fglvmw F s f Hilfslwf-:Liza-'ft l - 'ix---', - 2-'A.N'f'f"x'5:' " " :ge S ag1,ei"iLL-N ,4 ,.l' J...:'::.-una. -4 N Hg -P -.2 .fsigiiiiii-fg:jE73'g ,YQIWE -Q 5: my ' , "Q-- 1. Monty Franks, sports editor, 2. Marie McNack, classes editor, 3. Bruce Gra- yum, photographer, 4. Shirley Woo- dard, organizations editorg 5. Debra Stinnetl, advertising and Greeks and Honors editor, 6. Don Cooney, pho- tographer, 7. Debbie Hanigan, typist. Q1 A select choir. . . best campus singing talent . . . choral festival concert . . . four Boar's Head Feast concerts. . . appearance at Oklahoma Music Educa- tion convention . . .appearance at Governor's Mansion honoring O.U. Q football seniors and coaching staff . . . entertainment for Regent's Legislative dinner. . . appeared in 16 high school recruitment tours . . . the Northeastern Singers A is . '!.q::f+ Front Row: Bill Bruton, Andrea Hanson, Chuck Vericat, Vickie Wilson, Dennis Warner, Nita Towry. Second Row: Marc Malouf, Cheryl Kinion, lay Brand, Andrea Baker, Stan Garner. Third Row: Lavonda Riggs, Paul Seeley, Carol Bull- ock, lerry McGrew, Tobie Rucker, Ken Hamby. Music Educators National Conference Front Row: Robin Ross, Ron Pry, Randy Friend, Cheryl Kinion, Andrea Hanson, Susan Friend, Sylvia Ewing, Beverly McFarland, Dr. Ralph Whitworth, sponsor. Second Row: Paul Seeley, presidentg Alan Pletcher, lay Schale, Charles Surine, David McCasIin, Richard Coforth, vice-presidentg Larry Price, Walter johnson, Paul Hill, Mark Malouf. A 4 r' rim, I 'five ' . "'.L.-1.-v-.1 ruin" mil ffm Q- is sy ' .gm ' JT'-T s ' f 7 ' V 'l' N :I , . I X i fi 1 I L- , I An organization for pre-professional training. . . delegates to both state and regional conventions . . . contributions to two tuition grants for outstanding music students. . .opportunity for stu- dents to see into their future as profes- sional music teachers. . .Music Educa- tors NationalConference. . . if ,f 'F I I .-1. . 'I-", w"'L"?.e , , .,.fgf" .::7:23:'5Z"J'fi -- I 0 V l V , . P139 Efllluvs The Northeostern 7' r Stories to write . . . proofread . . . stop the press! . . . First Class rating by Asso- ciated Collegiate Press . . . what hap- pened to that story? . . . Dixon, I need the meal ticket - ll . . . the copy machine broke again. . .0klahoma Collegiate Press Association's Best All- Around Newspaper in State. . .we need a headline rewrite . . . could you type this please . . . we can't use that cartoon. . .deadIines!. . .campus informers. . .The Northeastern. . . I 14x N J D M ,X Y QT- ii 4 Q 'ng si lily' lr'- . ' 1 I? -1 i 'gr ,:. ' '-tif... ' . ,? 1 . Terri Crow, reporter, 2. Marcy Lauchner, news editor, 3. LeRoy Wilson, reporter, 4. lanice Hughes, first semester academics editor, 5. Ralph Miller, first semester activities editor, second semester editorial editor, 6. Ron Babb, editor- in-chief, 7. jackie johnson, feature editor. I .4 C-.3 lv' l 417 1. Glenda Freeman, advisor, 2. Faron Hurst, reporter, 3. Ron Robinson, reporter, 4. Sandy Christmas, activities editor, 5. joe Cerda, first semester editorial editor, 6. Steve Dixon, reporter, 7. Monty Franks, advertising manager, 8. john Inman, sports editor, Tim McElroy, assistant sports editor. Z3 ?- ,Ci ... -Liv: faq, H T ,ef .X 5. .ZW rr , V L ' ff 1' - Q ,sql , . Q f ,- j . 1-I nuomm ritmuwuia J B 1, Cngcm iur D' mu Pluvfff' 59" i X ' H 1 lr aff- Grchesirci Dr. Paul Grover, conductor. Formal and informal recitals . . . spring and winter concerts. . .ChiIdren's Concert . . . NSC students-faculty members and area residents . . . com- bining talent . . .learning and perform- ing the great musical masterpieces . . . the Northeastern Symphony Orchestra Clarinets: Pat Medlock, Connie Cook, Russell Wordlow. i Iii AS' S Oboe and English Horn: Richard Kern, Rick Pry. Seated: Rick Lambrechi. Violins: First Row: Carol Cole, Irene Irwin, Vickie Wilson, Linda Ellis. Second Row: David Penn, james Huff, Robin Ross, Charles Arnold. .A 14 1 "Yi : XX l - ilu" :bali f N . l ' .1-'V Y L JQ il I ' r X f V ,el ll li El wi X Flutes: Debbie McCarty, Cyndi Simmons, Vicki Moon. Percussion: Paul Seeley, Rick Lambrechl, jackie Towell, Rick Pry. i 33 ll'-Nalifffj i I , French Horn: Mike Donnelly, Kevin Siewert, jay Schale, Ron Pry, Gregg Mankiller. Trumpets and Trombones: Larry Price, Tom Stout, Richard Goforth, john Coffman, Ben Cheek, Paul Hill. NSC Chorus Scott Bailey Andrea Baker ludy Black lay Brand Bill Bruton Carol Bullock Alice Burchfiel Patty Cunningham Carol Davis Passye DeGrate Stan Dixon Debbie Duvall Larry Eubanks Carley Franklin Stan Garner Ken Hamby Andrea Hanson Mary Hauseberg Richard Kern Cheryl Kinion Beverly Lee Loucille Lescher Marc Malouf Dave McCaslin Gerald McGrew Mary Melton Connie Newman Lynn Pilgrim LaVonda Riggs Barbara Raus George A. Reed Tobie Rucker Paul Seeley Ann Simms Wade Thompson Nita Towiy Gayle Vido Dennis Warner Elaine Whitworth Vickie Nelson Eleanor Webber Providing experience for music students and others interested in singing . . . host for the 21 st annual choral festival with1,40O participants and guest conductor Randy Walker from Kansas State University . . . first semester concert featuring a perform- ance of the Christmas Oratorio by l. S.'Bach . . . second semester concert given in con- junction with the NSC Orchestra and Band i . . .acquainting students with major choral works. . .NSC Chorus. . . I -tra fr., Chorus LQ? V ...Q ."".,1'--Y1, I, ,vc 1 ,ff T' Q LJ F 45,1 X .1 llr ' s fr 4- ' Q"'f, 1 ,-rip?-Q 'fi C" I. ll A. Selected personnel. . .modern jazz compositions . . . sponsored Green Country jazz Festival with Stan Kenton and his orchestra . . . toured area high schools for recruitment . . . Stage Band C 'wuprlr' rx f' r . . I 7 i l I g , N -- .- I-K f -: 1 9 if .fi -Q Gary Houk, Rob Thompson,Walter Pitts Richard Goforth, Charlie Thompson. Front Row: jerry Schoeffler, Rick Lambrecht, Arthur Longwith, Rick Sparles, Pat Medlock, Kathy Eby. Second Row: lim Pletcher, loe Cerda, Ben Cheek, Paul Hill. Left: Lyle Lehman, Herb Dennis, Mike Donnelly. Stepping high long strides . .. hours of practice . . . chapped legs ' . . . long Capes to beat the cold . . . parades . . . new routines . . . burnt hair . . . hot chocolate at the games . . . "Shaft" . . . pre-show jitters . . . i getting it together . . . the Northeast- ern Majorettes . . . J Necia Hudson, Suzanne Rogers, Shirley Haworth Melissa Taylor, Cindy Grimes Blake, head twirler Sally Ritter. 1 I r Drill Teom af. 'Cd I ,I A 4-.t?S'v 7'.Z:'.' I :gy- 'lff 'ish h V122-', iii? lifqg -dwg 1 ,, 'e .in ,, , N. f I Routines . . . pulled muscles . . . car- rying 'IO-foot flags . . . falling knee- socks . . . bumblebees . . . homecom- ing . . . football and basketball games . . . precision dance steps . . . NSC Drill Team. . . Paulette Toon Becky Smith 3. Terri Barnhart Brenda Russell Kathy Wilson Priscilla Payton Carmen Ross . Terry Rowe Mary lane Silva . Kathy Wigington Charlene Hill Sharon Haworth Caralee Moffett Charlotte johnson Phyllis Ellis Roxie Smith judy Black l P ,Ap v-uv! Q QQ! ws-r aj 9? .Ns Q e .ygg nav! Rl P I Front Row: Pat Medlock, Russell Wordlow. Second Row: Alan Pletcher, Sara Youngblood, Cindy Wiggs, Connie Cook. Third Row: Carole Denney, Ann Gro- ver, Marie Sherwood, jackie Towell. 'mf I " 4- Front Row: Susan Friend, Claudia Ault, Cyndi Sim- mons. Second Row: Janelle Haynie, Ron Pry, Rickey Sparks. Third Row: Rob Thompson, Gary Houk, Larry Price, Richard Goforth, Walter Pitts. Fourth Row: l.yIe Lehman, Lou Gregorio, Herb Dennis, Greg Stine, David Brown. Front Row: Debbie McCarty, Vicki Moon. Second Row: Charles Beair, Arthur Longwith, Bill Bruton. Third Row: Rick Lambrecht, Kathy Eby. Fourth Row: Paul Hill, Ben Cheek, lim Pletcher, Charles Surine, John Coffman, joe Cerda. Whistles blow. . . batons rise . . . swords fly through the air . . . horns flash . . . drums beat out the famous -. -F 1 2 I NSC marching cadence . . . "pep" for gg H f pep rallies . . . spring concert . . . the 1 .AKA Northeastern Band. . . X Front Row: Richard Kern, Rick Pry. Second Melvin Vice. Fourth Row: jerry McGrew, Row: Gregg Mankiller, Mike Donnelly, jay jackie Towell, Paul Seeley, jerry Schoeffler, Schale. Third Row: Michael Warren, Randy Steve Archer. Friend, Charlie Thompson, David McCaslin, Cheerledders a .mt 1 ,, - as L A I V 5, I " .' 'fr-LII'-.. p't"?s9Qi.i'nf1s,j1,.f,,-fp 5: i .2 +J6F'3i'Ai:v xi' Fil. t Qff-2:-1-Q-wig. Fall Cheerleaders: Linda Cooke, Reta Peterson, derpgol, Andrea Hanson. Deborah Hackler, Cookie Beachem, Cindy Van- Tournaments galore . . . hoarse voices . . .a whole new squad . . . "We want two! . . . victory, defeat . . . win- ning at home. . .losing on the road . . .dedication, time . . . spirit, spirit, spirit! . . .the Northeastern Cheerleaders ll Debbie Smith Cynthia jones l F U ' J Q-1 lanelle Haynie, Sandy Christ- mas, Reta Goodson. Koppo Mu Epsilon National honorary mathematics society . . . founded on North- eastern State College campus, 1931 . . . develops an apprecia- tion for the beauty and utility of mathematics . . . queen of the sciences . . . regular monthly meetings . . . programs . . . his- tory of mathematics . . . pendu- lum problem . . .fun with math- ematics . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon ,I q ,F , Q l A' ,I i .,, ,4 ,r -2 " -5 ,X sv- , '44 . 1' at .ef . Y.-.wi ry--':f1 s-,,.-- ff S L l Front Row: Mohamad Karimian. Second Row: Reece Whittington, David Franklin, Third Row: Alan Hutchins, Elaine Millis, Clyde Hinds, William Street. Fourth Row: Stephen Brown, Mike Reagan, sponsor. Alpha cha Nofionol Honor Society Z' 1-: - lllI!l'HlflllTIIIllIlllllllllllfllllllllllfllllll Ill Illllllll lll '- -1 -- .pu- -1 nn, v -1 itz: -4. P... 7'if'Z P-1' E dili- G-:ii E--E '- Eli : ::- 5 ap-2 ,f 52: 5 f: : jf., -- EXE' 9 E ,. 1- - ..- -4 'Z l'I lfi li Illlll T- 1 A . A M l II - ,.. 3 .. : . ' 5 . 7 ' I ' : : . f E E A ' E E I,: ,Z . - - -. '- 5 : : 'g : 'El' 4,-1 Y1. .3 1A li qv L, C if' -. .- " . ' "-'fx' il Q, r fl' . , V. . .4 4 xv. 1 Scholarship promotion. . .academic g achievement . . . fall and spring ban- ' quetS. . .high requirements. . .62 semester hours . . . over-all grade point average 3.4. . .Oklahoma Alpha Chap- ter . . . national honor scholastic soci- ety. . .AlphaChi. .. 71 Lo.: A , -f.-9--. fill? ,Ay x Front Row: Mary Watson, janet Long, Pam Hixson, Anne Wasson, Linda Prock, Lind Gossett, Howard Buxton, Susan Roulston, Dennis Friend. Second Row: Betti McLemore, Gary Folks, Raymond Morrison, lim Perrier, Larry jones, Chester Mon lohn Beaver. Third Row: David Bradford, Ron Winfrey, Bob Holland, Keith McDaniel, Duane Shaw, Lincoln Martin, Billy Mike Friend, Harry Carpenter, Bruce Davis. 3 G 'X 3 fl NSC Rodeo Club ,,. fs! 1-1 Q H., ,. l' limi: Gfficers: lanet Long, secretary, Lincoln Martin, vice-president, Billy Board of Directors, Front Row: jim Perrier, Raymond Mike Friend, president, Pam Hixson, treasurer. Howard Buxton. Second Row: Ron Winfrey, Keith McDaniel. ,. 'Y 'Q U-,if We Karen Baker, Rodeo Club Sweet V . X 't a heart. 1 .W I- -Y 'Q ' so , , a , 'wr ,--'-. F .- V W , . s , . . I, W 4 ' H ' 1' -.1 xg .met t Q' 'F N Y nl s N in -'qi 3l"4'q , -4 11 XX 'FL' , v""f' J 'QQ' . , ,Vs .va Y f yi ', J: ',' 'W 4 1 f n Q 1 , ' i 1' L1 Y vi, 'tl i ' 4 nn- i- 11 ' I J, Aft' .. ' E ,J A . . .3 MX' s a i I x ,,- W. .1 Ks" 'Q ". r 1' ' ' ' . 1- ' .. f . it xxgxtltrhwbxj A ' E-iz! l. .V VI 'AN ffm 1 - 2 5 AV' . -ag-is-ne. A . ...,-,',, -.4 -.yifw '-Q 1 ' 1-Nl F,'t' if . ' " , J I. V' S+., X-9 wb? 1 I il .' pa ,- - l , 1 . ' , 1 J N " ' ' A or ' .ff . 5,51 1-L r ' T it ff. i- ?, . t ,lg-1 E 4 l , v8 4 f5-. -b I . ff au ' ,Qi 1. LK. I 4. 1 hh Fa ,QQ - -it " .I+ 'I ,lion xi: i'll,,,,C,f---, -gh , 'flux'- 0 ' ff"4 1- A , r "Lf -"vp, 'Z ,,v'NI',,,. m x'Ni3 Q.. Q . ,TJ :.l5m:..':4,-ily.-1-hp' "' rf' ' 'f'59.f11t1 ' 'Y-H " ., . ' a, - -1 Q ff' -A 3 gag-.s.f.m.t r - W ' . ' , 'ta H Lb' ,ight 4:51 ' I' ' 7 -A-' f f .am . ' ' 1 i. ss. 'fri it iw '- 'J . . N .fs 'WP 19+-L X "-To i-mei . ""!':"'L """ ,, ""s.,. . WN Parties. . .banquet. . .rodeo.. . .bull riding . . . bronc busting . . . calf rop- ing . . . hat raffle . . . rodeo grounds clean-up. . .beer drinking contest. . . uniting students with a common inter- est. . .NSC Rodeo Club. . . 2 Politicol Science cmd Pre-Low Club Political science majors and minors and those students planning to attend law school . . . organized November 3, 1969 OU Lavv School minority recruitment group . . . speakers . . . discussion between interested stu- dents, instructors and professionals in law . . . "You vvon't have Kime to kick around anymore" . . . the Political Sci- ence and Pre-Lavv club . . . an 'Q' ij V4- ig' ffx Xi Eddie Anderson, secretary, Brian Rader, sponsor, Dennis johnson, Dave Dickison, Amos Brassfield, Woody Cheatwood, Student Senate representative, Dave Spindle, Don Clark, vice-president, Greg Chaney, Alan Kime, president, Greg Buyan, treasurer, Earl Gracey, Dr, Amos Maxwell, Larry Wood, Ronald Fisher, sponsor, Stanley Houk. Koppo Delto Pi To foster high standards of preparation for teaching. . .honoring personal qualities . . . worthy educational ideals . . . organ- ized at NSC in 1966. . .graduates and undergraduates meeting to share ideas, give advice, relate experiences . . . national honor society for students in education . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Above Left. Front Row: Nancy Kendall, Ruthie Bussey, Dee Ann Ritter, Willena Farmer, Karen Timbrook, Betty Corwin. Second Row: jenny Lynn Babinski, Marcia jean Ledbetter, Mary Ewing, Sherry Gregory, Denise McCoy. Third Row: Glenn Bradford, Larry Williams, Bill Horacek, Dale Ritter, Larry Griffin. Middle Left. Front Row: Nancy Scroggins, Chris Stoots, Sherry Youngblood, Donna Sisson, Sandra Rainbolt. Second Row: Bettie McLemore, Betty Barrick, Pat Burton, Trisha Duke, Dorothea johnson, Laura jones. Third Row: Richard Zellner, George Garrett, Thomas jones, jr., Carol lean Roe, Anna Mae Milligan. Below Left. Front Row: lequieta Cash, Teresa McCauley, Eileen Spearman, Mildred Grisham, Carolyn Hust, Imogene Campbell. Second Row: Claudia Ault, Kathleen Eberhart, Nedra Rogers, Virginia Kay Broyles, Carolyn Price, Emma Cobb. Third Row: jack Freeman, Lucy Lancaster, Martha Kiesel, Claudia Pollan, Roy Pollan, Yvonne Burkett. Below: Dr. james jones, sponsor, Sharon Perkins, historian and reporter, Shirley Phillips, secretary, Eva Shipp, vice president. els . ' li Student Senote 44- L" IL- S- N 4 4 - x A' s-T' . w 'SQL , "llTf:?firn 4 em zt-,.t LQQLQ .A-M. me , Wm, Emu " o Emi? in fimnmmg Dennis Tibbits, Calvin justice, Naomi Clayton, Margaret Young, Gail Pearson. Front Row: Sandy Christmas, Glenda Cary, Elaine Miller, lim French, Marla Bean, Patty Cunningham, Chris Hanson, Diane Poteete, secretary. Second Row: Bill Coatney, Leslie Wilmott, Chuck Heaton, lay Brand, Richard Goforth, jerry Schoeffler, Sonny Hess. Hi Wei 22 5563153 mi? nssimaim mi -1 gin-gd cseif?-, ii , Fuller, president, Dr. john Lowe, sponsor, Sally Garner. ' Row: Ron Washburn, Margaret Holt, john Stanley. Second Row: IK Student government. . .striving for college democracy . . . promoting the development of student leadership . . . resolutions providing change in the stu- dent aids department. . .acting as intermediary between students and fac- ulty. . . the representative voice of the student body . . . the Student Senate Sv Q rv- 'W Special education . . . summer camp for M. R .... summer camp for Learn- ing Disabled . . . Valentine and Christ- mas parties for children . . . area and state Special Olympics . . . Talent Ben- efit show. . . trips . , . circus. . .Stu- dent Council for Exceptional Children Student Council for Exceptionol Children ,L sf! V l li 1. Clarence Anderson, 2. Pam Hixson 3 janet Long 4 Denise McCoy 5 Kay Munc secretary, 6. Karen Hart, membership chairman 7 Dorthea johnson 8 Larry DeLo 9. Gerald Patterson, president elect of NSC chapter and vice president of state 10 john Rolland, 11. Linda Cowan, 12 Linda Bute 13 William Frey instructor of sp and hearingg 14. Sue Pate, 15. Dean Bryan 16 Mary Devveese 17 Gail Price Deanna Chesser, 19. Dwight McCulIan 20 Esther Morgan 21 Lonetta Kincaid Peggy Cameron, 23. Cheryl Akeman 24 Myra Hawkins 25 Barbara Oakley 26 C Stringer, 27, David McPhail, 28 james Carroll 29 Olive Stringer 30 Dr William Ward, sponsor, 31. Dr. William Riddle Delto Sigma Theto Public service sorority. . .fall and spring semester rush . . . masquerade ball. . . Mr. Marvelous contest. . . Thanksgiving service project with tur- key raffle . . . Pyramid sock hop . . . Founder's Day tea . . . scholarship faward. . .tutoring children. . . fellow- Amma Mathews, Charlene Franklin' Eva ship. . .Delta SigmaTheta. . . BuIlock,loan Hill. 3 l 553-3 Mis? . . .-w :WERE E f" ., ,-, ,H f' . - .- .tl T l E, 11 , gl g ,V Hi .AA K -l,,,., L ' ll kr .1 L - K' ' ,, I I I ' xl' ' x , l ' f -- Ti "' ' ",. r 'QQ' x SX -. 41 Pledge Class: Cynthia jones, presidentg Evelyn jefferson, Betty Trout, Sandra Neal, Debbie Smith, captaing Sandra Thomas. Student Educotion Association Bake sale. . .chiIdren's hour at the Methodist Home . . . tutoring . . . served at the OEA and "Teacher of the Year" elections . . . FTA club recruit- ment . . . open to all future teachers . . . acquainting education majors with different phases of the organized teach- ing profession . . . Student Education Association. . . Front Row: jackie johnson. Second Row: Tom Grant, Gene Harri- son, john Inman, jack Younger. Third Row: Earl Shrock, Faron Hurst, Steve Dixon, Sandy Christmas, Ralph Miller. Fourth Row: Virginia Glover, Dan Hudgins, Ron Robinson, Sharon Brannon, Carol Zacks, Marcy Lauchner, Tim McElroy. ' 1 ' Ilvlgl '- Ng"'..'?"l'-' Pi Delto Epsilon l Q I Pi Delta shirts . . . Miss Northeastern contest . . . Calendar Girl contest . . . selling advertising and newspaper sub- scriptions . . . national convention in Georgia. . .Dan Hudgins, honorary mention in feature writing at nationals in Georgia . . . students working on college publications . . . promotion of journalism on the campus . . . national honorary journalism fraternity. . .Pi Delta Epsilon. . . Student Home Economics Associotion X Qs., '1 Educational and recreational experi- ences .. . indoor Weiner roast . . . burned hands from popcorn balls . . . running out of gas on the way to con- vention . . . Valentine balloon bust . . . fifteen feet of food . . . opportu- nity to pursue interest in field of home l nomics Association . . . 4 IF' 1, VX' economics . ' U Student Hgme ECO- Officers: Patsy Ramsey, vice-presidentg Ava Stanley, historian, Ella Stewart secretary, jackie johnson, president, and Kaylyn Saunders, treasurer. ' -: X . ' -s 1-L f. g'! Front Row: Kaye McCart, Naomi Campbell, Patsy Ramsey, Sec- Stanley, Kaylyn Saunders, Marie VanSchuyver, sponsor, Molly ond Row: Connie Biglow, Ella Stewart, Teresa Van Tuyl, Ava R0bin50n,jaCkiejOl'1nSO!'l. .. 'ML "1 if-"xiii-'fl 32 if: Librory Club Encourages interest in Library profes- sion . . . organized in 1964. . . paper- back book exhibit first annual Library Science Day trip to Oklahoma City . . . "Get Acquainted Party" Christmas Party bi- monthly programs . . . promotes bet- ter library-student relations . . . Library Club. . . 'i .Lift t ji ,I X 1 V , ' 1 ! " il I Seated: Peggy Cochran, Shiela Sams, Judy Cochran, Debbie Phillips, Louise Manes. Stand- ing: Mrs. lewell Dold, Marion Morgan, Sally Workman, Leo- nard lones, Paula Waddel, john Chaffin, Arethia Stann. Excellence in the study or the writing of history. . .membership by election . . . selected "Best Chapter" in nation . . .5250 book award to library. . . regional meeting at OSU . . . joint meetings with Pi Gamma Mu . . .social functions . . . brings students, teachers and writers of history closer together . . . international honor society in his- Phi Alpho Theto rn s tory. . .PhiAIphaTheta. . . lg X ,JV Front Rovv: Randy Mitchell, Lyle Haskins, Billy joe Davis, sponsor, Ron- ald Worthean, Ken jolly, sponsor, Stanley Houk. Second Row: Homer Walker, Rudia Halliburton, David Dickison, David Gawf, Tom Stringer, vice-president, Nancy Thompson, president, Carol Bottoms, Lloyd Briggs, Richard Zellner. l 4 Afro-Ame ri co n Troy Petit, sponsor, Millard L. jones, Terry Townsell. U d e LJ n E O n Black Heritage Week April 24-28 . . . Ebony Gospel Choir . . . Ebony Queen Helen jackson . . . promote together- ness among Blacks . . . weekend social activities . . . campus unity for all stu- dents . . . Afro-American Student Union. . Front Row: Eva Bullock, Student Senate rep- resentative, Leemon Peterson, president. Second Row: james Gay, Alvin Payton ll, Yasmin Leach. Third Row: Ruby Coleman, 'Georgia Coleman, Sharon lsom. Fourth Row: Deborah Smith, Charlene Franklin, Gary O'Guin, Beverly Wray. 155 X , Front Row: Willard jones, vice-president, Genevieve White, treasurer, Denise Hays, presi- dential advisor, juanita Pouncil, general secretary, Carolyn jones, corresponding secre- tary, Reginald Terry, defense chairman. Second Row: Ann Mosley, Shirley Casey, Mary jo Lang, Peggy Lynn Gladney, Brenda Brown. Third Row: Deborah Keys, Mary Shoulds, San- dra Neal. Fourth Row: Evelyn jefferson, Naomi Clayton, Tressa Chatman. Fifth Row: Larry Crawford, Lester Beasley, Greg Chaney, Cleophus Bruner, Kenneth Caddy, Earl Gracey, Harold Aldridge. nel .-- l -i l 'i S Nouveou Three outdoor art sales . . . Nouveau Exhibition 32 . . . scholarships awarded ...jewelry,candle-making,andframe making workshops . . . promotes inter- est in the visual arts . . . provides stu- dents with additional opportunities in extra-curricular activities in the art field ...Nouveau. .. in-if mfs' s .A-ijt E First Row: Linda Williams, Linda Shoemake, president, R. C. Coones, co-sponsor, Sam Hampton, Dan Mulford, treasurer, and Connie Mnich. Second Row: Gina Burton, secreta- ry, lan Martin, Linda Hampton, john Stanley, student senate representative, l. Don W d - ' ' oo , co sponsor, Barbara Moore, program chairman, Carol Davis, reporter, and laneth Kort. i From Top: Evelyn Ciravitt, sponsorg Vicki Moon, vice-presi- dent and pledge educatorg Deb McCarty, secretaryg Judy Young, Claudia Ault, presidentg Kathy Eby, treasurerg Connie Cook. Tciu Beta Sigma Band sorority . . . service at receptions and dinners . . . purchasing needed equipment . . . spirit posters . . . uni- form checkout . . . ushering . . . social events . . . service to the band . . . Tau Beta Sigma . . . x -v IQ , 1' ' ' ,' 1' - r t . .. ' GJ ,IX W Q .ff . Xwiifgbgik '. L r ,f t . , L A Rho Theto Sigmo Founded on Northeastern campus in February, 1934 . . . created to encour- age high scholastic achievement . . . spring and fall initiations . . . a 3.6 grade average for 12 hours or 3.4 for two consecutive semesters as require- ments for membership . . . recognition of accomplishment . . . Rho Theta Sigma. . . Wt' Z.. f 5.1- J Officers: Sadonna Davis, secretaryg Diane Poteete, president, Gary Davis, vice-president. I Top academic students . . . organized M -A Af' A A' H on campus in 1934 . . . high require- ' ":'!' . ' ments . . . 3.6 grade average for one - I 1 semester' 3.4 for two consecutive 1? a"' 'Fl ' . . .. . - ,QS f" fs-urn semester . . . fall and spring initiation f " banquets . . . recognition of scholastic achievements. . .Rho Theta Sigma. . . -1 J I f-:. .-1 X. Ur ,.....,.. L S.. f'T"7' e'A lim Murphy, fall initiation speaker, .xg X .iv Dr. Maxwell White, sponsor. ft kill ff' .J' Z"-S X 1 Monogement f 1 XX X i V, A Tou rlstry if X 1 9' da w Club -2 2 Organized October, 1972 . . . two-day field trip . . . Illinois River and Eldon Hill clean-up . . . rummage sales . . . parties . . rabbit hunting vvith rocks . . . club night booth . . .appreciation banquet-reception at Western Hills. . . trying to promote tourism in Oklahoma . . .Touristry ManagementClub. . . K I ' ?f 'F T k ! L 1 " -"'5f""'p"""'-+1 'f " r f L NM Q- 1. Rodney Engman, treasurer, 2. Marie Garrison, secretary, 3. Dick gp A Schellstede, vice-president, 4. David Bradford, president, 5. Keith ' Q johnson, 6. Dan Hudgins, 7. Marie Lovern, 8. David Cowan, 9. Rita ' johnson, 10. Sonny Hess, 11. Glenda Thompson, 12. Len Thomp- son, 13. Frank Braun, 14. Susie Braun, 15. Allen Lackey, 16. john Fodo, 17. David Turnbull, 18. Dr. Robert Greubel, sponsor, 19. Roxie Smith, 20. Glenn Stevenson, 21. Don Bates, 22. Flint Carney, n I u 23. Gerald Mouse l l Greek equivalent of CA-initials for Christ's Ambassadors . . . Christian activities to provide opportunity for Christian fellowship, worship, training and witnessing. . .choir trips. . . reg- ular services 7:30 p.m. every Thursday . . .annual spring banquet for graduat- ing seniors. . .annual homecoming float . . . NSC Beta Phi chapter of a national organization designed to foster Christian fellowship on campus. . .Chi Alpha. . . . - " , A . F Ulll.Dll if . li I li 'I . il Fw' I yx l Y ,.. l.1gr,r,gr,it cha Alpha X -li! 'w:, R S F, ' sa: ' '- 'Q 41 '.'l,,1g F' f' - " ..Y'33s'f2 xv Qs 1 i lf tc! l Q t l Front Row: Becky Foster, Connie Harrison, Bobbie Wood, Penny Williams, publicity chairman, Terrie Kennedy, Syretha Huckaby, vice-president. Second Row: lack Hanlin, Brenda Bigby, lanice Duck, Dian French, Dwight McCulIan, Dorothy Dawson, Wileta McCollum, Molly Robinson, publicity chairman, Mitchell Rooks. Third Row: Sondra Berry, Steven Firey, Michael C-aldi, song director, Emma Kingfisher, Daniel Sue, Bob Brad- ley, Bob Bradford, president, Cheryl Bradford, secretary, Randy lacobs, Bob Walker, Mike Laughlin, Robert Lair. B Qs' SW. S55 College Union Activities Boord lo r "' ' ' du' Qt! WIA., A, 4 - ,, XJ J . V1 , ' V' mg' ifwwif ' 'E' 'lp CUAB Board: Becky Lunney, secre- tary, David Bradford, communica- tions coordinator, Paul Hill, enter- tainment chairmang Rod Engman, travel chairman, Earl Gracey, presi- dent, Claudia Sanders, program director, Lou Gregorio, films chair- man, Linda Hampton, cultural arts chairman, Faron Hurst, public rela- tions coordinator. .Y I' Louise Manes, Santa's Dream Girl. First year on campus . . . Coffeehouse concerts . . . dances . . . chess lessons and tournament . . . movies . . . bowl- ing, ping-pong, pool tournaments . . . bridge lessons. . .ski trip. . . "big name" concerts . . . trying to make life more enjoyable for students . . . the College Union Activities Board. . . '--nf 'A Xxx Cgxtilds-fl x A N sb . H, .r4"i 'C i THE FANTASTICKS September 27, 28, 29, 1972 l The Mute .................................. Linda Stith Hucklebee . .. ....,. john Rothbrock Bellomy ...... ........ I ohn lestice Luisa ...... ...... A ndrea Baker Matt ...... ......., L arry Beard El Gallo .... ...... I ohn Bowman Mortimer .. ....... Larry Griffin Henry ..... ........ L arry Ash If faxj. in .. 'W Q . ' N :Pig-, Ee 'ig X . 4 E HE WHO GETS SLAPPED October 25, 26, 27, 1972 Polly,aclovvn ......... . .. .. ......... Tilly, a clown ,...,...... Louis "Papa" Briquet .... . Count Mancini ......... Zinida, the Lion Tamer ..... Circus Girls ............. ... lugglers .... Acrobats . . . Thomas, a wrestler ........... HE ......... A ............,.... jimmy jackson, the chief clown ... . Consuela, the Horseback Tango Queen ............ Alfredo Bezano, her partner . .. Baron Raignard ............. Usher ........... Riding Master ..... A Gentleman ....... Henri, an equestrian .... Grab, an equestrian ......... A Cleanshaven Equestrian ..... Angelica, a performer .....,..... . . Georgette the Dancing Poodle Cinnamon the Monkey ......Bill jordan ....Creel Griffin ....Lynn Nikkei Tim Chenoweth Becky Burroughs ....Vana Boling Nancy jackson Lynn Musgrave ....John Eccles Bob Fletcher .....jay Brand Terry Grufik Gene McBride . ...Steve Boling ....john Loney ....Steve Hinds ..Patti Duncan . . . .Larry Beard . . . . .Larry Ash . .Bob Fletcher David Hatfield john Rothrock . .Bob Fletcher . . .john Eccles Gene McBride .Lynn Musgrave 1 l l THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOCN MARIGQLDS February 14, 15, 16, 1973 Beatrice ...... Fran WhittenburgTibbetts Tillie .... ........ L ynn Ellen Musgrave Ruth ...4.. ,............. S usie Storts Nanny .... .... P eggy Ellen Dotson Janice. .. .......... Linda Stith INDIANS April 11,12,13,14,1973 Buffalo Bill Voice Sitting Bull Sitting Bull's Tribe Senator Logan Senator Morgan Senator Dawes Trial Soldiers john Grass Spotted Tail Buffalo Interpreter Torchbearer Grand Duke Alexis Ned Buntline Roustabouts Geronimo White House Ushers Ol' Time President First Lady Wild Bill Hickok Teskanjavila Brooklyn Indians Uncas Roughriders Annie Oakley Chief joseph jesse james Poncho Billy the Kid Phony Buffalo Bills Colonel Forsyth Lieutenant First Reporter Second Reporter CAST Stan Garner john Loney john Rothrock Gerald Allen, Richard Allen Rusty Dawson, Randy Gaylor, Roberta Mouse, Shirley Owl, jack Reavis, Carol Stacy, Carl Soap, Bonnie Van Buskirk Terry Grufik j. Arnold Dotson john jestice Bob Fletcher, Mark Edmonson Flint Carney Richard Allen Gerald Allen, Rusty Dawson, Randy Gaylor john Bowman john Eccles Larry Beard joe Cerda Bob Fletcher, Creel Griffin Lynn Nikkei Creel Griffin, john Eccles Lynn Nikkei Linda Stith john Loney Carole Stacy Gerald Allen, Randy Gaylor jack Reavis john jestice Larry Beard, joe Cerda Rusty Dawson, Bob Fletcher Creel Griffin, Stephen Hinds Linda Stith Louis Baker john Bowman Stephen Hinds Creel Griffin joe Cerda, john Eccles Bob Fletcher, Creel Griffin j. Arnold Dotson Terry Grufik john jestice Bob Fletcher lr National Business Fraternity . . . ideal for students preparing for careers in business or business education. . . guest speakers . . . field trip to Fayette- ville-Rogers area . . . Dr. Honea run- ning out of gas in Arkansas . . . social activities. . .spring outing. . .sponsor of Irene johnson, Miss February of Pi Delta Epsilon calendar . . . hearse and mock funeral procession in Homecom- ing parade . . . fourth year at NSC . . . 126 members. . .Phi Beta Lambda. . . Phi Betci Lombdci ,q. lllit 'lil ttl i g g 4. 1. Rod Engman, 2. Billy Ritter, 3. Mike Love, 4. Dan Hudgins, 5. Lynn Thompson, 6. Bill Smith, 7. Gary Tunnell, vice-president, 8. Darlene Kastl, secretary, 9. Goldie Eidson, 10. Genevieve White, 11. Ella Stewart, 12. judy Love, 13. Susie Hogan, 14. Glenn Stevenson, 15. Dave Bradford, 16. john Fodo, 17. Dr. Robert Honea, sponsor, 18. Curtis Newton, 19. Brian jones, 20. joe Harris, 21. Larry Henderson, 22. Diane DeVries, 23. Mary Harris, trea- surer, 24. Mark Polumbus, 25. jim Bohannon, 26. Roy Willey, 27. Rick Patterson, president, 28. Stella johnson, 29. Linda Springwater, 30. Margie Allen, 31. Irene johnson, 32. Carl Bot- toms, 33. David Boggs, 34. Chris Willey, 35. jerry Patterson, 36. Donna Kruczynski, 37. Pam Griffith, 38. Brenda Wilson, 39. Sandy Tillotson, 40. Cecil Garner, 41. Danny Bruner, 42. Ron Kincaide, 43. Quentin Reed, 44. Larry Deall, 45. Earl Schrock, 46. Hugh McCullough, 47. Gary Steele, 48. Rita johnson, Student Senate representative, 49. Dane Knight, 50. jerry McNeill, 51. Warren Lambertson, 52. Dorothy Willey, sponsor, 53. Charles Hudson, 54. Dr. Larry Wintermeyer, sponsor. Residence Hcill Association 512' rf"" ec. -'1,'r-H9-' jg- - .. . i , 'Viv Dinners on Sunday nights. . . party in honor of returning P.O.W.'s . . . making phone books for dorm numbers. . . renting refrigerators lagainll . . . ping pong tables and color T.V.'s in dorms . . . dorm movies . . . liberating dorm policies . . . making life better for students . . . the Residence Hall Associa- tion. . . Front Row: Chris Daigle, presidentp Kathy Wilson, Eva Bullock, Kellee johnson, Cindy Wiggs, secretaryg lane Groves, Earl Sears. Second Row: john Miller, spon- 1 sor, Steve Brown, president-electg Lloyd Colston, Mick Mordecai, treasurerg Dave Toalson, Paul Shaddox. Front Row: Herb Dennis, Mike Donnelly, lay Schale, Alan Pletcher, Lowell Lehman, spon- sorg Ron Pry, Richard Goforth. Second Row: Charles Surine, Rick Pry, Tommy Stout, Lyle Lehman, Walter johnson, Kevin Siewert. p-.-- did" '-. , fagfwfr K 39 4- Y .5 h.,,:5f' .' . --. m'.i-4..JoAi"'T7"f Kcippo Kcippci Psi Car washes . . . gate watching at World Parachuting Championships . . . help- ing at District Marching Band Contest . . . annual float trip down the Illinois . .tipped-swamped-broken canoes . . . Boar's Head Feast . . . helps NSC Band by providing equipment, supplies, and leadership . . . national honorary band fraternity. . .Kappa Kappa Psi .l"...' Ron Pry, president, Rick Pry, secretary-treasurer, Richard Goforth, vice-president and pledge trainer. Scubo Diving Club Ecology dive . . . check-out dives for new divers . . . Christmas trip to Key Largo, Florida . . . Easter trip to Padre Island . . . raffles for free diving lessons training sessions . . . floating club house on Lake Tenkiller . . . learning the "secrets of the deep" . . . Scuba Diving Club. . . Front Row: lim Lindsey, Don Carrol, Jimmy Stephens, Carol Robinson, Randy Robinson, Gary Horn, historian, Terri Horn, johnny Ripps, president. Second Row: jerry Lustig, Steve Tubbs, Steve Bills, Chris Noble, Cary Hendrick, treasurer, Rick Moore, Bill Frey, Bill Stien- buck, julie Saeger, Tom Oglesbee, Buddy Elmore, Dick Tayrien, vice-president. Third Row: Sammy Sharp, Cindy Holbird, Kent Roundtree, Brian Reasor, john Lindsey. Fifteenth year on campus. . . involving working with people . . . field trips to Hissom Institute. . .informative speak- ers. . .promoting fellowship among psychology majors and minors. . .rum- mage sales to earn money . . . provid- ing service to the school . . . the Psy- chology Club Psychology Club 'll -'-- C wan..--3'--, f - ,V .- . , Faq l. ' 'i' W' "' Front Row: Mary Harris, treasurer, Lucille jones, president, Kelsey Ballard, Pam Cloud, his- torian. Second Row: LeRoy Wilson, vice-president, Tom Goodall, student senate repre- sentativeg Betty McLemore, secretary, joyce Riechal, Randy Snead. . ,,,,,.,. Front Row: lim Martin, Kenneth Moffett, president, Ronnie Buie, Roger Kester, Roy Willey, Dr. C. L. Lom- bardi, sponsor, Robert Long, Charles Kuzmic. Second Row: Orville Conrad, vice-president, Floyd Snyder, secretary-treasurer, jerry Marler, lack Dillard, Larry Snider, Neb Miller, Dewey Davis, Raymond Gann, sponsor, Tom Tidvvell. lndustriol Arts Club ,.y,iL .. "".i- fx' Working for the betterment of the industrial arts . . . active in recruitment for NSC . . . grand prize float in homecoming parade . . . selling raffle tickets. . .first annual projects fair for sur- rounding high schools. . .picnic for high school students and teachers at IA Clubhouse on the llli- nois . . . hard workers on worthwhile projects . . .thelndustrial Arts Club. . . N A Q" fi 1 1 Ana Marne Perma 2 jackie Pratt 3 Anna Perdue 4 Mary Coday 5 Carol McCrackm 6 Marne Sherwood 7 Novne Wrlson 8 Karen johnson 9 Barbara Von Drehle 10 Myra Hawkrns 11 june Garrett 41 es" G- 9 is 5 la . . 5 ai 69 ' ' Gamma Sigma Sigma Selling programs at football games . . selling corsages at homecoming. . Ugly Man Dance , . . blood drive . . . working with Brownies . . . visiting at old folks home . , . ushering at Parents' Day. . .assembling college and univer- sity women in the spirit of service to humanity . . . national service sorority . . .Gamma Sigma Sigma. . . B. 'o V5 Q '5'::"ar"'3 4 Q Q o 9 ' D N e YW S' "5 g g , f . 'golf jf, V Zinxgii in t Front Row: june Garrett, presidentg Mary Coday, recording secretary. Sec- ond Row: Myra Hawkins, second vice-presidentg Barbara Von Drehle, first vice-presidentg Novie Wilson, treasurer. Bciptist Student Union 4 P Executive Council, Front Row: Charles Perry, director, Becky Perry, publicity chairman, Paula Waddel, secretary, Ken Shiplet, mission chairman, Kay Kilpa- trick, encounter chairmang Terri Laughlin Horn, secretary, Eugenia Thompson, Suzanne Rogers, noonday chairman. Second Row: Kathy Cooke, devotional chairman, Patsy Morton, activities chairmang Rev. W. T. Broughton, Dr. Minter Uzzell, Dennis Warner, music chairman. Noonday services Monday through Fri- day . . . Vespers 7:00 p.m. Thursdays . . . Howdy Party . . . progressive din- ner . . . slave sale . . . Don Wilson, summer 72 missionary to jamaica . . . homecoming banquet . . . Halloween and Christmas parties . . . spring revival missions conference, Ft. Worth . . . statewide BSU basketball tournament, OSU . . . statewide BSU retreat, Fallscreek . .. state conven- tion, OBU . . . camp at Glorieta, New Mexico . . . year around activities . . . 1 Corinthians 27 . . . Baptist Student Union . ,. ' ""'r'1'i.n 5211, t' ,. i EXP' BAPTIST "M tv L 55.5. Q '1- 1-xyg x 'fffliiitl Lalf Pre-Med Club All students with 'IO hours in science . . . interest in the field of medicine 1 . . . special speakers . . . films . . . to encourage young men and women to prepare themselves in the study of med- l icine. . .Pre-Med Club. . . 4 l 4 , , , v9"1'jQ. Front Row: Dennis Krivohlavek, Reta Hurst, Diane Poteete, secretary, lohn Kastl, president, Fred Fuller, vice-president, jesse Clanton, treasurer. Second Row: Gary Davis, Chris Hanson, Dick Tayrien, Byron Smith, Norman Smith, Robert Webb, Dudley Vann, Fred Emery, Paul james, Dr. L. E. Wallen, sponsor. JS' Chopter 5 THE STORY OF CAMPUS LIFE . . . What is campus life? It is enrollment- a time of short tempers, long lines, black pens, confusion, sore feet and frustration. It is float trips, sunburn and river parties in warm Weather then sleeping through all your 8 o'clocks. To go or not to go. It would be so easy to stay in bed. It is bicycles to and from class, football games in the rain, the intoxicating atmosphere of homecoming. lt is drama presentations, Senate meetings and frisbee contests. lt is breaking up with your favorite girl and having friends to console you. Holidays almost come and go unnoticed. Only Thanksgiving and Christmas are really talked about - and then the talk centers around the good food you'll get at home. More than anything campus life is learning howto live with other people. There are things to be learned outside the academic atmosphere of a classroom and heaps of textbooks. At Northeastern you can hardly help meeting people of every variety. That's what campus life is about. The Enrollment Game STOP PAY SLO0 FOR A PAIIKINC- STICKER I I I WHICH You WILL LOSE AN YWAY YOU ARRIVE EVO HOURS - EARLY. REGISTRAR REFUSES - go AFLLZWXOU TOARENEgIbL. I ., K, O O N CK B DRINK ICI COKES. FILL IIYAAERIXSQOL ENT BY MISTAKIQY U BEILD, ALFOLD. -Y?-EA LE. O UIILA .OO HOUSING WAIT 45 MINUTES BACK T0 CLASS CAIIDS. AND PIIDCEED, S - UNLESS You LIVE I OFF-CAMPUSTHEN I You WAIL 2 HOURS. TAKEQEQQTYRQRND KICKS COMPUTER. ' NOW You ARE ENROLLED IN I6 SWE? HOURS Olg- EHEFEQRS U ACCOUDQN . I ORDER A D - I CLASS ,, CARDS 'JU COMPUTERS SAY YOU YOU FORGOT BLACK ARE ENROLLED IN' 34 U INK PEN. 60 BACK TO I U HOURSD OFU HISTORY SNACK BAR, PROCEED OR QUITDSCHDOL. R I 'I 2. Anyone who completes th b d In less than 5 hours d qualified. 3. The first person who complet the board 8 times graduates. Remaining p sons transfer and sta t Ver. 7SAf L4 G-I 'PJ' COMPLI-IIN ABIJIIT THE I I COST AND QUALITY. AFTER I5 MINUTES RRocEED. MEAL TICKETS RECEIVE MEAL TICKETS AND ONE SEMESTERS SUP PLY or ALKA-SELTZER. 1 I - -IRI FEES . TUITION IS compwea CDMPLAIN BECAU5 I ACTIVITY FEES wER f No less than 5,000peopIe ypl yth game t net FINISH mm! YEARBOOK PICTURES REFUSE T0 PAY OUTLANDISH PRICE 'U OF SL00 TO HAVE PICTURE TAKEN. V 1 I PAY 'EITION Q UNFORTUNATELY, YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IS IN BAD SHAPE. WRITE HOT CHECK ANYWAY BUT EXPECT A VISIT FROM SECURITY RAISED AG-AIN.C-ET I A SOON. QD COLD-LOOKS-FRO - CASHIER. I I I ENRDEIIVIENTX " -' ACKET7 STUDENT AIDS HECK. DISCOVER THAT YOUR WORK DISCQVER THATR YOUR swov Jos HAs BEEN cur HousINo CARD IQIAS FROM I2 T0 6 Howzs PER Q I -I EVER SIGNED- WEEK. HOWEVER, VVAAES 00 BACK T0 WERE RAISED 5+ PER IADDR HOUSING. 46 Oh, in a little while from now, If I'm not feeling any less sour, l promised myself to treat myself And visit a nearby tower And climbing to the top I will throw myself off ln an effort to make it clear to who- Ever what it's like when you're shattered, Left standing in the lurch At a church where people saying 'My God that's tough, she's stood him UD, No point in us remaining. We may as well go home,' As I did on my own, Alone again, naturally. . ka, W . I- '- f -' 5' , ,Jimi fn' ' , , .,, V , vary, hs. To think that only yesterday, I was cheerful, bright, and gay, Looking forward to, well who wouldn't do The role I was about to play, But as if to knock me down, Reality came around, And without so much, as a mere touch Cut me into little pieces: Leaving me to doubt Talk about God and his mercy, Who if he really does exist Why did he desert me In my hour of need? I truly am indeed Alone again, naturally. It seems to me that there are more hearts Broken in the world that can't be mended Left unattended: what do we do? What do we do??? Now looking back over the years, And whatever else that appears, I remember I cried, when my father died, Never wishing to hide the tears: And at sixty-five years old, My mother, God rest her soul, Couldn't understand why the only man She had ever loved had been taken? Leaving her to start ' With a heart so badly broken, Despite encouragement from me No words were ever spoken: And when she passed away I cried and cried all day, Alone again, naturally." Alone again. . . naturally. . . Words and music by: Raymond O'Sullivan. Recorded by: Gilbert O'SulIivan on MAM Records. VE' ,XQO W . c-Pl' ,OWN I 'si ye- . , 7.4 ,gin S Zh Qin-sig,-45 f- -ug., . l-ll 3 .,- yn us I. tri' F: '.""f Q v- 3 EU' Q' , QAM .Ak 15223212 all H 1 I ' 1 2, :W , .as u B ,gp J. H lu tml The trend on campus was to move far away from the beckoning crowd. No more did the student conform to group idealsg no longer did co-eds worry about their attire for tomorrow's class. For individualism was what everyone tried to express - whether they wanted separation from the out-dated class structure, or whether they wanted to express themselves in a "comfortable" wardrobe with patches stating their feelings. Many students tended to wan- der off in a world, but not a world all their own. Instead, they sought a world they could enjoy with others for a few peaceful moments. Thinking things out, not only their problems, but their aspi- rations and goals. 'XC -- I "" " v. --1 . Hu., , , - , N - If mtv' 3 ' -s, ' g . V I i 'xx r-1. ,rl Chopter 6 THE STORY OF THOSE WHO WORK . . . The Northeastern athletic program has suffered in recent years. The pain hasn't come so much from financial cutbacks as a loss of support from the student body. We have no Heisman trophy candidates or wishbone offenses to rally behind. There just isn't enough glamour. Q To this factor you must add the "suitcase college syndrome." The Saturday football game necessarily suffers from the empty parking lots at the dorm. Northeastern athletes almost always post a better than average season, even against schools that are better heeled financially and status-wise. They just can't compete for attention against the Big Eight and the Dallas Cowboys. Five years ago the major topic of discussion was usually the big game. Today we speak of social significance and other matters of a higher sense. Five years ago the varsity athlete was treated as if he were the big man on campus. Suddenly, the "jock" was put down. But the attitude is slowly changing. A few of us again are wishing for something to identify with. Historically, the athlete has always been a hero image. All we really need is something to get off the spark. Watch out, Central State, maybe we will field the wishbone. J-Y tt loafboll Looking Bock The 1972 football season for the Northeastern Redmen was hinged on a 10-point spread. That spread kept the Redmen from finishing the season with a 10-0 mark. Instead, Northeastern compiled a respectable 8-2 record while finishing second in the Oklahoma Collegiate Conference with a 6-2 mark. Starting the season with only 12 returning letter- men, the Redmen knocked off nationally ranked Arkansas Tech, 13-0. Tailback Billy joe Releford ran for 165 yards on 22 carries and scored on a 95-yard touchdown run to spark the Redman offense. Next the Redmen traveled to Southeastern to open league play. A field goal with three seconds remain- ing downed NSC, 10-7. Another non-league foe, Central Missouri, pro- vided the next opposition for the Redmen as NSC came away with a close 16-14 victory. Quarterback Bruce johnson directed the Redman past third nationally-rated Southwestern, 26-7. The 6-6 signal caller completed 13 of 28 passes for 216 yards and one TD. Northeastern traveled to East Central the following week where the Tigers held a slim 6-0 lead going into the final quarter. Tight-end Ed McCartney, fullback Stan Beesley and Releford each scored a touchdown in the final period to give NSC a 21-6 conference win. With adverse weather conditions providing the greatest opposition, the Redman faced the Langston Lions at Gable Field. The Lions roared to a 14-O lead without half of the first quarter gone. NSC's rally fell short and the Redmen suffered their second league loss, 14-7. The offense came alive against Northwestern the next week at Alva. johnson threw for 191 yards while Releford ran for 165 yards, but kicker Gary Dotson provided the winning thrust with three field goals, 27, 38 and 41 yards. NSC posted another league win by pinning Northwest- ern, 16-7. Homecoming 1972 saw the Cameron Aggies receive the brunt of an explosive Redmen offense as NSC won 37-21. Releford rushed for 176 yards and johnson hit on 10 of 22 passes for 211 yards and three scores. McCartney caught seven passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns to lead the receiving corps. The next to the last weekend of the season saw the Redmen travel to Edmond for a showdown of league-leaders. NSC used the accurate passing of johnson, who hit 15 of 30 for 219 yards and two last-ditch touchdown passes to defeat Central, 21- 14. The final game of the season found the Redmen facing the winless Panhandle Aggies. NSC fought off a falling snow and an Aggie team for a 9-7 win. 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Third Row: j. D. Maples, Phil Gibson, jerimiah Warrior, joe Phillips, Kim Harris, Gary Michener, jack johnson, Steve Shumaker, john Corbett, Marvin Perkins, Edwin Pompey, Alvin Payton, Billy Daniels, Ed McCartney, Don Bailey. Not Pic- tured: Skillet Meredith. About the Cociches Tracy Norwood concluded his ilth season as head football coach at Northeastern by directing the Red- men to a 8-2 campaign. His record for the past 10 years has been 64 wins, 30 losses and four ties. During the past 11 years, six players from the Redman teams have been named to the N.A.I.A. All American teams, and two players have been named to the Kodak Small College All American teams. Prior to coming to North- eastern, Norwood served as head football coach and athletic director at U. S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City for five years. He served as head foot- ball coach and athletic director at Sulphur High School for four years. Assisting Norwood with the defensive line is Dr. Dan Fuller. Dr. Fuller, a member of the NSC faculty for six years, completed his first season as an assistant in football. He previously served as director of intramu- rals. Serving as offensive line coach is George Elliott. Elliott finished his 11th season as a member of the Northeastern coaching staff. A former Northeastern quarterback, Tom Eckert concluded his second season as an assistant at NSC. Eckert served as coordinator of the Redman defensive backfield. Also concluding his second year as a member of the Northeastern coach- ing staff was graduate assistant Ernest Robinson. - o 'U ov ' .l Ill! A rep l Aim H539 5 E. -- - lf'il"v!s,QE 2 ' . -wra- lid ,S"-.,,,,,,':"- Dr. Dan Fuller, defensive line, George Elliott, offensive line, Tracy Norwood head coach, Tom Eckert, defensive backs, and Ernest Robinson, graduate assistant 153 Us 'A 'X .. - 1.53-. ia f N -- :gk - 4- as T. w- . 'Lg' ii ,X -svusl - "Q' . S, -:-- X.: Q L ,sunt N 5 n-, Q.. ,K , 1, nf I I ,......n -113. 'Q' X 'mt , iv Ls. V -4 U ,5.,. D.. x '-4 'QA fi - L, H-. 'Q ' -, -'A " " -- H . ' - . Av' - , ,., , 1-- -4 .. - F- S1 ."'T.,-u, ,, - .151 1 q -sf 5 ... L: ,QU V. I ., . -J rt Y . .- K- . ,v 17 5. , V 1 ,sf .9 - , . ' "x ' , 4 uk, ' . ,, - - 1 X5-L .--t ,--. Q Q h ,. " ' . , -nf"x l,1"-JSR' -0 ', ' -L-- '- " il' fm- 4 .g. ,j - - , 4,1-Hg'-.3-L.: .gg i. -- '- 1,14-, LL NSC 130 416 1453 195 78 15 1279 2714 63 36.7 Fumbles Lost 26-16 Penaltses Yards 57-488 SCORE BY QUARTERS: .173 .100 OPP 126 507 1530 154 56 13 803 2333 69 37.4 18-13 40-411 Basketball uid ' Ii T' wg ' 3 '56 'N 15-5 Q A . lo ' - 3 - wp H I f Q1 I . 4' - ' 7 SLN' , - V , ,,,,, . jo K - ' 111 "' Front Row: Ron Cox, head coach, Dick Sellers, joe Babinski, Mark.Campbell, manager, Duane Shaw, George Winningham Nelson Davis, David Kundla, john Teel, joe Byrd, Dale Maurice King, joe Haas, Steve Allen, Steve Sumner, jerry Dishman, assistant coach, Rob Sprague, trainer. Second Row: Pittman, Eric Mohaupt. Secison Review The Redman basketball team began the 1972- 73 season for first year coach Ron Cox on a winning note by demolishing Evangel 105-74. The defending District Nine champs went on to finish the season in Oklahoma City by drop- ping the opening round of the District playoffs to Oklahoma Baptist 90-85. The young Redman roundballers concluded the season with a glim- mering 16-8 season mark while closing 10-4 in the Oklahoma Collegiate Conference. Leading the Redman attack was David Kundla with an 18.5 point average. Following Kundla was joe Babinski at 17.8 and Maurice King at 14.5 aver- age. King led the OCC and the Redmen in rebounding with a 15.0 carom average per game. NSC OPP Evangel 105 74 john Brown 81 70 State College of Arkansas 69 82 Oklahoma Christian 71 73 College of the Ozarks 103 75 Langston 83 76 Cameron 74 95 Panhandle 79 77 john Brown 91 80 Missouri Southern 73 85 Southwestern 88 84 East Central 61 58 Central State 57 74 Phillips 68 66 Northwestern 82 71 Missouri Southern 87 86 Southeastern 65 74 Evangel 103 75 Langston 76 61 Oklahoma Baptist 75 87 East Central 82 67 Oklahoma Baptist 96 77 Southeastern 78 70 District Playoff Oklahoma Baptist 85 90 About the Cooches Ron Cox began his first season as head basketball coach at Northeastern after serving one year as an assistant. Prior to coming to NSC, Cox coached three years at Tahlequah High School. Cox received his bachelor's degree in 1964 and master's degree in 1970 at Northeastern. He was a four-year bas- ketball letterman as he earned All-Con- ference honors and was named cap- tain ofthe squad. Dale Dishman completed his second season as a graduate assistant with the NSC squad. Dishman earned All-Con- ference basketball honors at North- eastern in 1966. After receiving his bachelor's degree, he coached at Hom- iny High School for three years serving as head' baseball coach and assistant football coach. 1 I LL- if? if fn fiI'fC,'Tf 57- - ' '-5' ' ' 'T'-r s'f9'3.?-'75 .::'-, .'j .312 X asv Xi Www '53 vw- -'--. -FN- H 6 J' x --- -...-:.u.v . , . 'J .Y S .-, -1 'V' Y ', 1 J' Z' 1-' .fav -' "T '51 A 'F , 14? a. ,,- - 1 - ',Ng -rl, .4 Jinu, L, 4 4, 41 5' , 'mi -ff 4 f'f'.f ff.-rgfwxaf H "-' QQ ',"'55'1f-'Y L,-' '---- nf' ' Vg 0 . 1 . - fwww - swim. vw Q, 5' 4-5 X xx X Fw-,. J Bosebcill The 1973 baseball season was as dis- mal as the weather with the Redmen being soaked with defeats. Coach Ron Beaverson's squad finished the season with a 5-16 record and a 3-11 league mark. Dennis Holland led the pitching staff with a 3-2 record while Dick Sellers led the hitters with a .354 mark. 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Third Row: Ron Beaverson, head coach, Milford Kinnard dor Landeros, Mark Murray, David Dresher, Keith Hardesty. Chester Sutton, john Morgan, Dennis Holland, George Toal Second Row: Steve Tyner, Dean Scullawl, Walter Pitts, Dickie son, Robert Holland. Sellers, Kevin Goodlet, Gene Pekah, Larry Cahwee, Doug Law- CB KX 11' F' 4' . 8,1 'QL 4 o .. u K - , ffl --'TLT ' ,Lx . "ff'4,', xx: Eivfiiip-"' . "f"'N ,QI 4 r sf f, 5,1 I .ef , f ' V I, 4 '?nv,...,., ' . K. a f,-iff,-,-,""'n1. Yr, .,, . l u.. 51.6.44 .gl 'sbflnx 'I t 'fr ' 1. Ai. ' .1 fl , , ' - 'A ' V' Q1 '- . ,115 Q, F., k- wg za 1 " ' ""'-AW:-m o, ',- ,.-. F' 'gif 1. ,sy - . - V - - , 1 . il' V ff' 1 A , 411 'G' 91 ,sank T""'4' -xl -'Jw-6 'fn' ,f-,.. s - U -o' , " . ,,- I . ..-- 'XT f. '- .., .. -' 1i.iQfafng1Zf4s4 Northeastern's women's varsity bas- ketball squad, coached by Willa Faye Mason, started the season with a four- game winning streak before dropping the final two' games of the season. The basketball squad dropped two games during the Sports Day tournament at Edmond to end the season with a 4-2 record. The team opened the season by defeating john Brown University, 60-20 and Dral Roberts University, 63- 13. The squad downed Northeastern A84M, 64-43 and 50-45 before partici- pating in the Sports Day. The NSC girls averaged 51 points per game while allowing only 36 per contest. Front Row Lela Calloway, Karen Baker. Second Row: Willa Faye Mason coach, lanice Scroggins, Paulette Toon, Pam Peterson, Phyllis Tsatoke, Terry Brannon, Cheryl Duffield, Crystal England, Ruth Clapper, Mary Coombes. Not Pictured: Jodi Russell. li! 'Yi- , ' A, j'e35fl4 .V , 5. " ' 'aiu 1, 11 - gs r A Tennis Coached by Dr. Kenneth Holland, the 1973 Redman tennis team finished sec- ond in the Oklahoma Collegiate Con- ference playoffs while posting a 5-8-1 record, Leading the team was Michael Elsky, Gary Donathan and Tom Hudson. NSC OPP. 0 Arkansas U. 7 0 Southeastern 6 0 Northeast Missouri 9 5 Oklahoma Baptist 1 O Tulsa U. 7 0 Tulsa U. 7 0 Southeastern 9 1 East Central 5 5 Oklahoma Baptist 1 7 Bethany College O 3 East Central 3 7 Bethany College 0 5 Central State 1 ..-5 , I I , 4, T l. 'K ig 1' ' 4' 1. . , .,,, ..! Q5 fa", ,.:" f1j" I T' 'fl 3111.1 , . , ,, ,.,. - H31 -.', , Fviwllt l ' lj lil I , 3 r i if an get D Y P Bw f M 'l xx "-- . B -i l Q : Q 'T lf NHC 1 ,J J-4- U .- 1.3 ggi F PF- f . Q X 'S .1 .... I 1 . I v 7.217 ,.. ,-- v- -1 .,..l' ,sfgl f,. Front Row: Rebel Abbott, Gary Donathan, Randy Watten. Second Row: Gerry Hales, john Purcell, Michael Elsky, Tommy Hudson. 167 Trock Northeastern's thinclads didn't have much of a spring schedule, but they did play host to the OCC conference track meet. Maurice King won the 120 high hurdle event for the second consecutive year while Chester Wood captured the pole vault event for the thirdstraight year. Terry Phillips added some team points by winning the long jump. NSC finished sixth in the conference meet behind champion Southwestern. gm.--1 "f"4 .PP 1 'JF hi N2 'L' fu ' Q. 41 -T"f "" , ,. Y. .uk 4 4-nfs" Q "'J1.n I ' L .1 Al J. . A :- 1,-All . -.ug i i l, 7 ,rm YG '? Q""'W- 5' fa. ' - Q? ' lr , i' . A . TT" ' V GILL rf ......., -, 4 , E. .. ...- . V. i ' f-'nllam-,-, M. J.,--Q V-- I I . -an , R, ,L -Q W 1, 1 syn tv fl E tl 4 .'..-Q-fri-...N . f... , .. ,... .,,.. LJ' N 1 f mu. j j BILL au-swan. U , A- ----lb--gg I 5 'Jig' J Puff' .,.2.5 Northeastern's golf season ended on a winning note despite inclement weather which threatened to wipe out the entire season. Coach Dan Grover's linkster's finished with a 7-5-1 dual record and a fifth place finish in the conference meet. 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I 4 i'-x . .L .U, . 7.2. f x .ik 1 'xx 1 , -Q I 1'i'- ' 'Sf' as nl W " . ,, yi - K . . an 'E .541 ff?'T'55n,+, .- .- -.'T 'ffhira rj'.:g-gf' 'if'-5 ,..,.... .-.4 '5 -., 1 , , 1 1- ' 1 ., 1. .Q -,- M 4',.,.'.... ' me , f 1 4 rn 'Q A lntromurdls The intramural program at North- eastern provides a variety of activities to interest all students regardless of the degree of skill of the participant. The program is designed to provide activity on a voluntary basis which will aid the student in attaining the goal of total growth and development. l"'1 K 5 .' -' 'f l - . ,g'V.,. u'GLj,,,-ijt,-I ig gf! V -,J -'gy' -' 2 ,.f9.'fY"' .1 L! . In V . ti,- - v I .2 ,. -"Q.: 51i.'wK: wi .. A wwf! "A-4.1--L . , ' , K, r""" 39 r 14 K ,450 i 15,111- 1' l f 'r I H..--r' . .-' ef 3 . - .1 . 5 nr ' A ' I -V 404. . " ' a, .-1 1 "' V -f. 4. 1 ' "' -.. i 1 . - v - - i .I W - Ya -- .Ji-gi! ."'g1: ,, , , . . . ii- '. .-' -':,' , . , , '19 . . , ,.,,..,, " 5 ,- -,, -.. . . D ' A V 1 ' Iv -...J '.. M 1 . s . . ' . V . ! . U V .. ' fda-Q "4- ' - . .- 4 N- , . I r I 4 Chopter 7 THE STORY OF THOSE WHO TEACH . . . "Average" is a wonderful thing. Everybody wants to be average. Average equals mediocre. A lf the college is turning out a thousand mediocre people a year the taxpayers are being cheated. More importantly, the student is being cheated. The college must cater to the individual student to some extent or miss the boat. It is not difficult to get a good degree from the college if you want. The student sometimes has to search out a good degree, but, if the student wishes to get a good degree, he or she can. It is the responsibility of the professor to encourage the student, to give him some indication of what is available. Whether we wish to face it or not, we, as students, are still impressionable. We are subject to the molding of our instructors. A few of us clamor to take the factory out of the college. The rest of us just don't care one way or the other. It is not the responsibility of the instructor to know personally each student but it is his responsibility to know the personality of the class. And, unless he knows something about the students that are in that class, it's impossible for the instructor to reach that class, to teach them anything. Northeastern reaches out. All you have to do is reach back. Governor David I-Icall Top Row: john j. Vater, chairman, Goodwin Broad- dus jr., vice-president, Dr. joseph W. Morris, secretary, Harry P. Conroy, assistant secretary, Dr. E. T. Dunlap, chancellor. Bottom Row: Exall English, G. Ellis Gable, joe F. Gary, Dr. james B. Lowe, john H. Patten. Top Row: Mary R. Cherry, president, j. Dan Harlan, administrative assistant, Dr. G. K. Allen, executive secre- tary, jack M. Annis. Bottom Row: Dr. Leslie R. Fisher, Marvin K. Hambrick, Dr. C. T. Morgan, Lawrence S. Mor- rison, Dr. james A. Thomas. L dl in lf. ,' Dr. Robert E. Collier, President Dr. and Mrs. Robert Collier, Sherri, David , and Bryan. '-Q i , X, " Helen Leturno, Assistant to the President. W r t af. If H 1 P ,. i , 4 X ,' F'-N , +--' -2232: -111.1 :X . C II, . I J it iff? ,P Don Cunningham, Assistant to the President. Lynda Teague, Receptionist for the President. iii Adminisfrorion Dr. Elwin Fite, Dean of the College 6 Dr. Vernon Burrows, Dean of the Graduate Program xxx- Dr. james Sego, Assistant Dean of the College if--'Y' if, Dr. john Lowe, Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Lena Rotton, Associate Dean of Student Affairs -5 Dr. H. L. Helton, Director of Research and Development Administration E' 'I'-C"' 71 9 ,I l l Ken Collins, Director of Mass Media and Public Relations Fred E. Hager, Director of Purchasing and Personnel :Lf-,ESQ fr xi S' lah 5532-1 B I ."5-..,-Y 'S I I , 1 x Phillip Murphy, Director of Housing xixiiixiiwmfiinorin X x 1 1. K. Hulcher, Director of Student Aids Leonard Rainwater, Director of Placement Services Administration Neil Morton, Assistant Director of Research and Development ii' 7? 5551 tif P' Lindsey C. Gwsley, Business Manager 1' 31.1 5. - lf.:-.,! Dr. jack Kisner, Registrar Charlene Moody, Acting Assistant Director of Student Aids College Union J 'li XXXN x 'J N4 XV Wooley, Assistant Director of the College Union Tony Boyle of Food Servicesp Bob Yecke, Recreation Manager Bob Smith of the College Union Storeg Claudia Sanders, Program Dlrec Maintenance PBX .M 'xf"c- if.. , if x Q: i 5 1 - 9, I X 'M' A , Q3 ' 'H 4' f K .I E., ., it ici 2. , f lvl 1 U 'D --, ' gf' 11.1 A 3' .f I, . .I fha, V rw 1 2114 In IV, I V" -Q' . ' ' f . . '1 " ' .vsp 'ml , 'tat' Ll - fi ' . I E I Tom Rogers, Superintendent. , , fs at - N zz ' ft. 't if i ,, " , "" A 'l '- Q - A-N' , it V . 4, V ,T Msg. qtw fa' ' :. fills . D r Q ,, A Frontto Back: Helen Page, Susieleffery, Assistant Supervisor, Wanda , ' Y 'H', f.:,,'.R ' " ,f Westmoreland, Supervisor. 'L H nil -' Lew -" nl l Health Services Residence Halls Steve Dillon, Delores Webb, Lela Canada, Director of Student Arlene Fodo, Associate Director, john Miller, Director. Health Servicesg1illSturn, Diane Catlett. Photographers Front Row: Dick Tayrien, Nancy Davison, Kathi Baum Second Row: jack Younger, Carl Lauchner, Moss Medici oncl Public Relations Front Row: Wayne Sturgeon, Printer, Charles Perry, Printer. Second Row: Amos Wakefield, Supervisor of Prod- uction Printing, Ken Collins, Director of Mass Media and Public Relations, Delmar Asbill, Director of Photo- graphic Services, Glenda Freeman, Director of Publications, lim Patter- son, Public Information Officer. Dcito Processing i Dick Venosdel, Director of Data Processing R. E. Frusher, Director of Safety and Security Scitety ond Security 4 n , I i i . .. 1 1 i l iwi Counselin cmd Testing Center 9 We Y X 4,7 ., 'U .Ns ,. 7 Hmfbl M lllxvlq li .ij .3 ,. '37 , R3 . 'T - " - -:S 12.1 5' 'ffdl-Kit J- .1 1 04125 F A Dennis Springwater, Coordinator of Indian Affairsg Troy Petit, Counselorg Louis Baker, Counselor of Indian Students. '18 X if ii '- I 4 Dr. Howard Thompson, Director of Counseling and Testing Center. Seated: Ruth Bridges, Shirley Girdner, Carolyn jones. Standin: judy Walker, Clarene Hamby. arf Q, 2-W' ' acf 4' Secreto ries Seated: Arlene Stringer, Grace Fites, Mary Stratton, Anne Huff, Vera Baker, Linda Beaverson. Standing: lo Ellen Rogers, Deborah Snell, Karen Shrum, Evelyn Gravitt, Bettye Best, Susan Bolding, Sue Stone, Cleo Hall, Deanna Land, Dona Dorr, Mary jane Smith, Wanda Morrison, Barbara McLaughlin. it .7 Y tr, Q iaiiiff im ill NW Seated: Martha Green, Sue Underhill, lanie Liles, Pat Presley, Betty Dra- per. Standing: Glenda Thompson, Edith Archambo, Lela Stowers, Shir- ley Kisner, Louise Smith, Willena McDaniel. O Re Seated: Etter Nottingham, lane Hensley, Pauline Henry. Standing: Dora Watie, Mary Gafford, Patti Hall, Betty Maxwell, Bonita Cassady. ,,.J f' fi G Business Office Seated: Bill Hinton, Fern Smith, Wilma Carpenter, Bobbie Rill. Standing: Lindsey Owsley, business manager, Susie Sanders, lean Kaufman, Rowena Woodard, lo Ann Otten, Gail Thompson, Frances Hodge, Carol Martin, Naomi Campbell, Eve Couch, Nancy Ben, Betty Burroughs. T1 . .wh ' N- 'l - ., . wi sl ya ii L 1 la ,K ...,- '41 1 --Y f. ... . 2- J., l 1. Dr. Gene Kozlowski, 2. Dr. Earl R. Williams, chair- man, 3. Larry Wintermeyer, 4. Dr. Robert Honea, 5. Wayne Cheek, 6. john O. Moffitt, 7. Ted Fisher, 8. Zoe Davis, 9. jerry lobe, 10. Dorothy Willey, 11, Dr. Russell Walker, 12. Dr. Clifford Wheeler, 13. Dorothy Yandell, 14. Helen Nichols, 15. Wayne Frisby, 16. Juanita Holmes, 17. Wesley Houk, 18. Irma Stierwalt, 19. Ray- mond Waltrip. rf! ' ? 1-'H-.sip X Ny, ,s...,, Yxnf- ' -LL , ., J I Business Eclucciiion ond Psychology Front Row: William Frey. Second Row: Dr. William Ward, Dr. john Rolland, Harold jones. s--- '-up .-,- ' .- - . 'g L - -, .-.1 K 'Y '1l,- ,, .-f. Q 'fi V1 JZ 1 r f J QM! Front Row: Tom johnson, Dr. jack Denton, Dr. james Adams, Dr. james jones, Dr. jimmy Martin. Second Row: Dr. Harvey jones, Dr. Major McClure, chairmang Leonard Rainwater, Dr. Dan DeLoach 9, Dr. Edith Haraughty, Dr. Charles Galbraith, Dr. Lloyd Slagle, Dr, Guy Friend, Dr. Raymond Archer, Dr. Lloyd Coppedge, Dr, Ro Underwood, Dr. james Goss, Dr. Leroy Sanders, Dr. jack Winto Dr. Kenneth Parker. SS nf I. I' Jusfb- 1 ""s..tL in me lo , - 'Yi ,'1-frp,S'F.'-NT-sw . . it-I ,ox Seated: Dr. Clifford Rotton, Dr. Fount Holland, Dr. Robert Vandiver. Standing: Dr. Lonnie Fuson, Dr. Corbett Smith, Dr. Floyd Stierwalt. 4 l U Front Row: Troy Petit, Alton Williams, Dr. Bernice Swanson, Dr, jacob Plett, Dr. jerry Harreld. Second Row: Dr. Erwin Turner, Lee Quiett, Dr. Joseph Crozier, Dr. Glen Sizemore, Dr. Donald Herr- lein. Communicotions 1. Dr. Bogdanka Arias, 2. lim Murphy, 3. Dr. Ruth Arrington, 4. Phyllis Willis, 5. Betty Lombardi, 6. Dr. Ivan Holmes, 7. Lola Hudson, 8. Dr. Hattie Propst, 9. Dr. Marjorie Holland, 10. Dr. Tom Cottrill, 11. Virginia Millican, 12. Bill Wise, 13. lim Walker, 14. Dr. Robert McQuitty, chairman, 15. Eugenia Thompson, 16. Myrna Hammons, 17. Nancy Irelan, 18. Luana Lair, 19. Maurine Smith, 20. Mary Catherine Norwood, 21. Bob Skorkowsky, 22. Bruce Tibbetts, 23. Dr. Minter Uzzell. -ss, v Fine Arts ,J man, 5. Dr. Ralph Whitworth, 6. Dr. Merle Farnsiworth, 7. Dr. Paiil Gro- ver, 8. lerry Choate, 9. Frances Murtha, 10. lane Bailey, 11. Don Wood, 1' 12. Evelyn Gravitt, 13. Lowell Lehman, 14. Dr. james larrell, 15. Terry U Prechtl, 16. David Laney, 17. Phillip Murphy. 1 J , 5 , ' I ' ' N l l 1. Edward Myers, 2. Gary Foster, 3. R. C. Coones 4. Dr. Theo Nix chair I ? ? ! Librciry iii? 1, Lynda Baxter, 2. Reba Cox, 3. lean Nix, 4. Mary Catherine james, 5. Capitola Wadley, 6. Jewell Dold, 7. Obera Cude, 8. Helen Wheat, 9. Harriett Hobbs, 10. Gladys Dennis, 11. Ernestine Center, 12. ludith McCombs, 13. Gilbert Fites, 14. Doris Buster, 15. Mary lane Smith, 16. Dr. Maxwell White, chairman, 17. Katherine Meadors, 18. Mary Tressider, 19. john Chaffin. Wild 552253 C? P 'Y N...4 'Fw ' -J rev. l i UB 1 II Ill I ll i. K. wus Heallh Q Physical Eclucalion, Safely 1 Dr Kenneth Holland 2 Dr lack Dobblns chanr man 3 Mrs Martha Sturdevant 4 Mlss Sylvia Robert son 5 George Elliott 6 Ron Beaverson 7 Ernest Rob lnson 8 Dr Dan Fuller 9 Dr Robert Lander lr 10 Mass Dorothy Frue 11 Dr Dan Grover 12 Tom Eckert, 13. Willa Faye Mason, 14. Ron Cox, 15. Carol Southern, 16. William l. Cochran. I-R ll 'inf "5l?7:??f:' . -1- -:play . -'1Jff'Igi5f4'i4 2.7.-I iQ 7 75, ,gf . Procticol Ar'rs I 'S 341 -51 ."'ff- -1 5 19" 4 f- -yu-' f N ' fgegw -1 " 1 'Y1"" ,L -,' 1 :fl ' f . 1112. .Q x-,Q-we-.rff .,,,...1.f1- - 4,2 -7 ll lu S.. Science cmd Moth sl Front Row: Robert Harvey, Mike Reagan. Second Row: Dr. Vernon W. Burrows, Charles Grant, Dr. Emmit Wheat. Third ' W' ' Y Row: Alven Nunley, Dr. Daniel Hansen, Dr. Herbert Monks, Doyle Stone. Front row: Gary jones fStudent Repj, Dr. George Nolan, Everett Grlgsby, Dr. Lanny Reed. Second Row: Edward Gal- loway, Dr. C. Clinton Smith, George R. Clark, Loyd Poplin, R. C. Bryan, Dr. l.D. Reeves, Dr. L.E. Wallen, chairman, john Bill Taylor, Diane Poteete lStudent Rep.J, Kirk Boatright. Sociol Science Front Row: Dr, Nathan Brooks, Charles Rogers, Rich- ard Bullock, Brian Rader, Dr. Harpal Gill, Charles King. Second Row: Brad Agnew, Lyle Haskins, Norman Sheff, Dr. Don Betz, William Tonkin, Dr. Sylvia Chipp, Dr. Dale Welch, Michael Murphy, Rebecca Baugh- man, james Williams, Dr. Adele Turner, Rudia Halli- burton, Dr. Amos Maxwell, chairman. Chopter 8 THE STORY OF THOSE WHO WERE HERE . . . to attempt to describe the students of Northeastern one must consider eac'1 and every one of all the thousands of students. Each student is different from all the others. Someone is always trying to classify the student body. The Senate says everyone is apathetic. A few years ago Playboy classified Northeastern as one of the country's top party schools. Some people still consider Northeastern a Teacher's college. None of these classifications are correct. The students at NSC are as varied a group as you could find anywhere. Each with his own special interests and talents. Each moving in his own direction at his own speed. Each giving as he feels. The college is rich in these things because of the students. These are the things that make life interesting. These are the things that make Northeastern a pretty good place to be. Edith Agnew Secretarial Science Pryor David Abston Psychology 62 Sociology Muskogee Andy Akin Biology Westville Gary Allen Art Tahlequah Mike Allen Chemistry Checotah Robert Allen Marketing Muskogee Rodney Baker Sociology Vinita Colleen Baldwin Home Economics Fort Gibson Fred Ballard Business Management Tulsa Lawrence Barnes History Grove Steve Barnhart Industrial Arts Ed. ,Tulsa Betty Barrick English Broken Arrow Bobbie Beachboard Psychology 8t Sociology Muskogee John Beaver Speech Fort Gibson Sondra Berry Secretarial Science Grove Edwin Beu History Yale Dorce Billingsley History 8f Elementary Ed. Sand Springs Debbie Blake Speech Sf Hearing Cleveland Carl Bottoms Economics Stilwell Jacqueline Bottoms Elementary Ed, Stilwell Keith Bottoms Elementary Ed. Aline Lynne Bottoms Elementary Ed. lnola Brenda Bowlin Physical Ed. White Oak Linda Bowlin Physical Ed. White Oak .I -I kf. I rw! Bob Bradford Special Ed. Barnsdall Bonnie Brady Mental Retardation Tulsa Amos Brassfield Political Science Muldrow Donald Broadie Physics Tahlequah Mike Brooke Spanish Fort Gibson Virginia Broyles Elementary Ed. Muldrow Linda Buie English Tahlequah Donna Cain Secretarial Science Sapulpa leanette Calkins English Tahlequah Walter Calkins Physical Ed. Tahlequah Linda Callaway Art Muskogee Glenda Cary English Blackwell Kenneth Caughman Health 8: Physical Ed. Tahlequah joe Chandler Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Sandra Chandler Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Melvin Cheatham Business Ed. Haskell Debby Clark Business Ed. Wagoner john Cloud History 8' Sociology Tahlequah Rita Coale Art Ed. 8 Elementary Ed Bartlesville Sandra Coger Elementary Ed. Salina Linda Cooke Physical Ed. Tulsa Betty Corwin Elementary Ed. Sallisavv Deborah Coltingim Elementary Ed. Tulsa Bob Cowan Marketing Tulsa Vickie Cox Elementary Ed. ldabel Karen Crockett Art Ed. Chouteau William Cross r J . Economics 8' Management Tulsa jackie Crowl Business Adm. Tulsa Delinda Cunningham Elementary Ed. Miami Kathleen Daily Elementary Ed. Tulsa Larry Daily Physical Ed. Tulsa lack Davis, jr. Elementary Ed. Tulsa Martha Davis Business Adm. Tahlequah Terry Davis Physical Ed. Catoosa Dorothy Dawson Business Ed. Eufaula Larry Delacretaz History Tahlequah Eddie Dortch Business Adm. Tulsa Wanda Drew Home Economics 8: Sociolo y 8 Muskogee Kathy Eartham Elementary Ed. Tulsa Mary Eberhart French Bartlesville Randy Eby Math Adair Beryl Ellis Elementary Ed. Colcord Laura Evans Elementary Ed. Muskogee Mary Ewing Elementary Ed. Muldrow Perry Evans, jr. Biology Owasso Mary Fletcher Elementary Ed. Park Hill Cary Folks Business Ed. Sallisaw Monty Franks junior College Ed Miami David French Industrial Arts Wagoner Barbara Gardner Math Ed. Westville Cecil Garner, jr. Business Adm. Porum Lois Girdner Elementary Ed. Tahlequah "'1 .T!. if Tom Girten Psychology 81 Special Ed. Claremore Douglas Golden Business Adm. Drumright Bruce Grayum journalism Muskogee Harlene Green Elementary Ed. Stilwell Edith Greubel French Tahlequah Larry Griffin English Afton George Groves Sociology 8' Psychology Muskogee Keith Hardesty Business Adm. Tulsa Sonja Hartness Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Roger Hatfield Business Adm. Stilwell Debra Hatler History Pryor Iris Henley Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Pat Henry Art Tulsa Walter Hess, lr. Elementary Ed. Westville Mack Hickey Management Muskogee james Hicks History Muskogee Stephen Hinds English Tahlequah Charles Hollingsworth Management Sapulpa jennifer Hollingsworth Home Economics Sapulpa James Hollis Industrial Arts Ed. Pryor Pam Holt Elementary Ed. Tulsa Dean Horn Biology Collinsville Syretha Huckaby Speech Heavener Dan Hudgins Business Adm. Stilwell 207 james Huff Psychology Tahlequah Carolyn Hust English 8a Library Science Sallisaw Larry Ingram Art Muskogee joan lunger Elementary Ed. Tulsa Dorothea johnson Special Ed. Tahlequah Lamisha jones Business Ed. Beggs Laura jones Special Ed. Owasso Loyd johnson Elementary Ed. Westville Chester jordan Industrial Arts Ft. Smith, Ark. james Kane Chemistry Bartlesville Mohammad Karimian Math Tahlequah Nancy Kendall Music Claremore Charlene Keys Accounting Stilwell Gary Kimball Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Ronald Kincaide Business Adm. Nowata Larry Kindley Elementary Ed. Inola Billie King Home Ec. 81 Elementary Ed Salina Robert Kinnick Physical Ed. Bixby Terresa Kirkbride Speech 8f Hearing Okmulgee Gary Lambert Social Studies Skiatook Shirley Lane Elementary Ed. Claremore Paula Lansford Art Muskogee LaVerne Larremore Elementary Ed. Wagoner Betty Lawrence Physical Ed. Nowata myers Wayne Learned Management 8' journalism Oklahoma City junene Leavell English Ed. Muskogee ludy Ledford Elementary Ed. Haskell Linda Lehman Elementary Ed. Miami joseph Lester Police Science Tulsa Hoyt Lokey Math 8: Physics Ft. Smith, Ark. Margaret Long Elementary Ed. lay Gloria Lovelady Elementary Ed. Muskogee Myrna Mallow Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Sheryl Marina Business Adm. Tulsa Martha Martin Library Science Muskogee Kay Massengale Sociology 8 Psychology Tahlequah 0 Seniors 'SL- 'Cn-' an ik: f"'? Larry Massengale Pre-Med Tahlequah Charles Mason History Muskogee john Ann Masters English Southwest City, Mo. Diana Miller Elementary Ed. Collinsville Robert Miller Social Science Canadian Anna Milligan Elementary Ed. Warner Marjorie Mock Elementary Ed. Nowata johnny Morgan Business Ed. Vinita Carma Morris Business Ed. Tulsa Ronald Motley Accounting McAlester Gary Munger Business Management Muskogee Oma Murray Speech Sf Hearing Therapy Bristow janet Myers Physical Ed. Tulsa Hugh McCullough Business Adm. Tulsa Carl McDonald Accounting Tulsa Bettie McLemore Social Studies Wichita, Kans. Wanda McNatt Business Ed. Tahlequah jerry McNeill Business Management Tahlequah Carla Ogden Elementary Ed. Kiowa Richard Patterson Management Tahlequah Anna Perdue Special Ed. Heavener Sharon Perkins History Bartlesville Shirley Phillips Elementary Ed, Tahlequah Walter Pitts Physical Ed. Midwest City f I :'." Y' walk' " .. is n . 1 In - 5 A 'T ' ' Lage .A in Jack Pope Social Studies Spiro Claudia Pollan Special Ed. Grove Roy Pollan Industrial Arts Ed. Grove Pamela Powers Elementary Ed. Park Hill Carolyn Price Library Science Tulsa Rex Puckett History Tulsa Bessie Purcell Math Locust Grove john Purcell English Wewoka jeannie Radtke Elementary Ed. Tulsa David Ramsey Business Adm. 81 Business Ed. Vinita .17 .,."i.:b 6' ". 212 Seniors , V ...--""""" ls' ily' V' .,..,,A1i ,J jim Reynolds English Tulsa Carl Rider Physical Ed. Sand Springs Beverly Riggs Elementary Ed. Sallisaw Charles Rockwell Sociology Muldrow james Rollins History Tahlequah Alto Rowland Elementary Ed. Muskogee Starlite Rucker Elementary Ed. Tahlequah David Sanders Accounting Sand Springs Eva Shipp Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Paul Shrum Special Ed. Tahlequah Ron Sierer Geography Tahlequah Barbara Simmons Elementary Ed. Broken Arrow Anita Smith Home Economics Eucha Billie Smith Elementary Ed. Hulbert Larry Smith Business Adm. 49 Management Muskogee jerry Snell Special Ed. Colcord Larry Snider Industrial Arts McCurtain Robert Sprague Social Studies Nowata Brite Starr Elementary Ed. Fairfax Cordell Stephens Business Tulsa Ella Stewart Home Economics Tulsa Richard Stiles Police Science Vinita Daniel Sue Speech Tulsa Willie Tarkington, lr. Elementary Ed. Hulbert jack Tarrance Industrial Arts Welling Joanne Tolley Elementary Ed. Tahlequah jackie Towell Elementary Ed. Hominy Gary Tunnell Business Adm. Westville Teresa Van Tuyl Elementary Ed. Coweta jama Vaughn Sociology Ft. Smith, Ark. Richard Vlvion Biology Tulsa Carolyn Wallace Elementary Ed. Tahlequah james Wallace Elementary Ed. Bluejacket Juanita Walling Mental Retardation Locust Grove Gary Watkins Elementary Ed. Bixby Doris Watson Political Science Muskogee Cynthia Wiggs Sociology Norman Sharon Wilburn Home Economics Tahlequah Terry Wilburn Sociology Tahlequah Penny Williams journalism Enid William Wise Natural Science Tulsa Pamela Wilson Elementary Ed. Sand Springs William White Psychology Tahlequah Ray Wright Geography Tahlequah 4,1 Sami Alahmadieh Gary Ames Charoun, Lebanon Tulsa Alice Alexander Arthur Anderson Haskell Bakoshi Larry Cahwee Pamela Cloud Kellyville Sperry Peggy Cameron Gary Colbert Haskell Eufaula Rocky Clarke john Collins Collinsville Tulsa Pat Archer Checotah Deborah Ballard Tahlequah Thelma Comer Yale O. W. Conrad Tahlequah jon Cook Tulsa 'TZ' jack Bedford Connie Richard Brinkman Tahlequah Blankenship Coffeyville, Kans. Paul Bell Chouleau Scott Burns Checotah Cheryl Bradford Gamboa, Canal Tahlequah Zone james Cooper Robert Crawford Ralph Dawson Tahlequah Tahlequah St. Louis, Mo. Nerea Cooper james Croft Diane DeVries Stigler Chouteau Tulsa Carolyn Cowan Tommy Davis Mary DeWeese Claremore Talihina Stilwell Juniors Juniors fx' A Gary Dill Shelby Dill Cheryl Duffield Warren Duncan Tahlequah Tahlequah Spavinaw Wellington Marilyn Duncan Dennis Earp Muskogee Chouteau Frankie Farmer Mary Fuller Gary Garrett Beth Gregory Muldrow Tahlequah Poteau Ketchum Lee Feeler Bradley Gay Richard Goforth Sherry Gregory Owasso Adair Tulsa Watts Charles Fletcher Ellen Garner Susan Green Pamela Grigson Muskogee Collinsville Tulsa Collinsville Michael Elsky Muskogee Kenneth Enloe South Coffeyville Cindy Grimes Bartlesville David Hatfield Commerce Ruth Hawkins Miami Ii...- Diane Hinkle Darlene Howard Copan Muskogee Sandra Housley jackie johnson Muskogee Tahlequah Betty Lewis Marc Malouf Bartlesville Muskogee Andrew Lieb Steve Mancino Ponca City Tulsa Michael Love Bobby Moon Tahlequah Tahlequah ' f Calvin justice Kenneth Kohl Karen Lane Tulsa Cookson Tahlequah David Kinzer Ray' Kempel Tulsa Colcord Vicky Mosley Vera Pattison Della Remer Tulsa Chelsea Gore Gene McBride Chris Ramsey Cheryl Reynolds Porter Checotah Tulsa Roy McGraw, jr. Sheryl Rawdon David Rice Muskogee Sapulpa Miami Larry Lathrop Cookson Daniel Robbins Adair Earl Sears Bartlesville Sandy Secratt Tahlequah 7 Sharon Secratt Nelda Shepherd Linda Shoemake Victoria Smith Tahlequah Kinta Fl. Smith, Ark. Westville Marcia Shaddox Larry Shipley Bill Smith William Smith Bixby Muskogee Westville Checotah Phil Stinnett ludith Tunnell Robert Webb Ill Roy Wiley Choctaw Tahlequah Tahlequah Shamrock Paulette Toon Ron Washburn David White LeRoy Wilson Eufaula Tulsa Sand Springs Tulsa Terry Traw Anne Wasson Susan White Ralph Wilson Wister Ft. Gibson Oklahoma City Spiro Floyd Snyder Lakeland, Fla, Gary Steele Bartlesville Ron Winfrey Broken Arrow Frank Wofford Tulsa Reba Wood Colcord Howard Steidley Claremore Michael Stephenson Tulsa Kathy Word Tulsa Donna Wright Broken Arrow Suzanne York Tulsa Juniors Larry Allison Redbird Shirley Argroves Stilwell George Baldwin Pawhuska Mark Basore Tulsa Leland Beachboard Muskogee Larry Beall Hulbert Larry Beard Dewey Brenda Bell Tahlequah Denise Billing Muskogee Mary Blackwood Tahlequah Faye Bloch Muldrow joseph Bonaparte Tahlequah Karen Boultinghouse Nowata lanice Brown Salina Ronnie Buie Tahlequah Marty Burrow Nowata lim Carter Tahlequah Letha Chandler Muskogee Mary Coday Sallisaw Leroy Coleman Tahlequah Roy Conner Nowata Carol Davis Tahlequah Melissa Decker Brownsburg, Ind. Charles DeWeese Stilwell Carolyn Dillingham Muskogee Linda Doty Muskogee Kathy Eby Adair Melvin Emberson Henryetta Vernon George Ft. Gibson jay Graham Muskogee Ann Grover Tahlequah Linda Hall Heavener Kathy Hampton Coweta Shirley Haworth Broken Arrow Robert Hendrex Sperry 220 , -Y ..?.q1, Sophomores Leon Hood Bixby Kent Horton Tulsa Regina Howerton Haskell Suda jones Tahlequah Mary Kile Hulbert Thomas Kilpatrick, jr Tahlequah Theresa Laughlin Tulsa judy Love Tahlequah Debra Matney Westville Mary Melton Locust Grove Sharon Melone Tulsa Peggy Morris Tahlequah Elmyra Morrison Muskogee Lyle McCaslin Tahlequah Hiram McFarland Stilwell Carol McLaughlin Claremore Sandra Neal Tulsa Laddie Ondracek Tulsa 53 11 n""' '95 qu, ii ,J -"',' -413' V. ' if" l . ' I ,mn I . Nz' jf g A " f. 'va .V , .1 'W'-4-2- J .t Q -F 4 - 5 -fm "-I""x"!.tu'ff6s.. "L, n " ,iwtx-y L Q4',L.f.l.--- 54.1. . fc, ar.. 1131 Tri? jim Perrier Barnsdall Becky Perw Tulsa William Rathbun Haskell Maxine Reece Muskogee James Sharp Vinita Debbie Seymour Tahlequah Andrew Shody Lawton Kathi Sivers Tulsa Pepsi Spees Tahlequah Gregory Steele Bartlesville Richard Tayrien Bartlesville Dennis Tibbits Stilwell Barbara Vaught Chouteau LeAnn Walker Locust Grove Linda Williams Pocola Larry Wood lay Steve Woods Sapulpa Tim Woodson Tulsa jack Younger Tulsa gr f-Q' , , 'iss 2 22 Ruth Abels Westville Susan Adair Muskogee Leon Alberty Bartlesville Beverly Allen Spavinaw Christy Allen Poteau Darla Allen Okmulgee Belinda Almond Ochelata Rhonda Arnold Big Cabin Kathryn Ashley Okmulgee Mike Bair Haskell Andrea Baker Muskogee Amy Barnes Tahlequah Emmanuel Barnett Stidham Terri Barnhart Tulsa jan Beyer Stilwell ludy Black Wagoner George Blackwood Tahlequah john Boston Adair Kelly Boyce Broken Arrow Wayne Boyd Chelsea Brenda Brown Ft. Gibson janet Buford Wagoner Gina Burton Bartlesville Regina Burke Tulsa Elizabeth Butler Stilwell Delbert Campbell Spiro Brenda Carr Wagoner Montie Carter Gore Bennie Cheek Sallisaw Mike Crawford Barnsdall Mitchell Crawford Salina Sandy Christmas Muskogee Rick Clymer Broken Arrow Kenneth Coley Bixby Ronald Coplan Muskogee Freshmen 3 1. 'all Sr- T3 za- 'W' it ,l , Sax A fi v-.qu I N, fi XX Ruth Crawford Henryetta Velma Crisp Ft. Gibson Teresa Crow Tulsa Lynda Cummins Tahlequah Karen Davidson Tahlequah Nelson Davis Ft. Smith, Ark. Nancy Davison Poteau Stephen Dixon Tulsa Debbie Doss Proctor Deborah Duvall Wright City john Eccles Collinsville Crystal England Foyil Mary Eslinger Tahlequah William Ford Stigler Kathy Foresee Eufaula Randolph Friend Tahlequah Susan Friend Tahlequah Deborah Flud Langley Darla Gilbert Coweta Reta Goodson Tulsa Tom Grant Tulsa Gerry Hales Muskogee Carl Harned Okmulgee Connie Harrison Sand Springs Sharon Haworth Broken Arrow 224 1' - , 23 ,lj l A rl Steve Higginbolham Tulsa Mary Hoffman Tahlequah Sandy Hood Tahlequah David Hudson Nowata Teresa Huffman Skiatook Doyle Hulsey Collinsville Gordon jackson Tahlequah Susan james Muskogee janit johnson Westville Kellee johnson McAlester Paula johnson Stilwell Robert jones Taft Teri King Tulsa Cheryl Kinion Adair David Kinsey Stigler Salvador Landeras Ardmore Ronnie Lawson Wagoner Leslie Lazzaro Tulsa Beverly Lee Bixby Gloria Lowder Duncan Freshmen -w""' 'S' f'-7+ . ' 5 H EAN . Q 'u J . 1, n,' ,.K u n U. . 1 - ,'- ,- 'r km I I'- Hlliil ll 1 " " il l l I r qi'- xfsil' Aja' Qu-...,X V -1. r'9"x 'Er-L' C5-,s F, ? l i i 1 Randy Marshall Muskogee Donna Miller Porter Larry Milvo Pryor Dennis Mobley Tahlequah Steve Money Muskogee Rick Moore Boulden Col. Frank Morris Locust Grove Marcella Morton Westville Debbie McClure Tulsa Carol McCrackin Sapulpa William McGinnis Wagoner Gina Naifeh Tulsa Connie Newman Hulbert jane Overstreet Cartersville Priscilla Payton Vinita joseph Phillips Davis E. 1. Philpott Stilwell jerry Pittman Tahlequah james Fletcher Muskogee Bessie Pope Spiro Beverly Poplin Rose Sherry Price Tahlequah Wanda Pritchett Tahlequah Larry Reese Proctor Faith Revis Sapulpa Ronnie Robinson Turley Daniel Rogers Tahlequah Sheila Sams Leadville, Col. Roger Sanders Sapulpa Ralph Sawyer Tulsa Barbara Scott Claremore Dana Scott Bartlesville Michael Scott Preston Terry Scroggins Muskogee William Seale Poteau Terry Seim Muskogee Regina Sellers Tahlequah Paul Shaddox Bixby Bob Shannon Ft. Gibson Duane Shaw Barnsdall Sally Shepherd Tahlequah Marie Sherwood McAlester john Shumaker Davis Cyndi Simmons Tulsa Sherry Sleeper Wagoner Deborah Smith Vinita Rebecca Smith Morris Rowena Smith Cherokee, N.C Mark Spriggs Wagoner John Stanley Duncan james Sutton Cookson Debi Thompson Pryor Phil Thompson Muskogee Winda Thompson Muskogee Conny Todd Muskogee Sarah Vance Tahlequah David Venable Hominy Ellen Voss Owasso Glenn Ward Muskogee Terri Webb Tahlequah Sherman Weeks Muskogee Mike Wheeler Tahlequah Steven Whistler Muskogee Kelly Whiteley Westville Kathy Wigington Pryor Brenda Williams Eagle-town Leslie Wilmott Bixby Deborah Wilson Tahlequah Linda Wilson Sapulpa Gene Yochum Bartlesville Freshmen -iz, H' T17 ' 1 '7 'G' ls-uk ,aw ei Chopter 9 THE STQRY OF THE YEAR . . . was a quiet story. As on most campuses today, Northeastern was not plagued by demonstrations and riots. The cafeteria food was criticized by many, praised by some. In a similar way, the new scheduling pattern pleased most students yet caused problems for others. Loans didn't come into the financial aids office, and off-campus students were not allowed to work on campus until HEW forced a revision of the aids policy. All of these minor controversies erupted subtly and were solved just as quietly. Probably the most controversial issue, and one not so quiet, was the retrenchment of eleven faculty members. But despite all of the controversies that flared and then died out, progress, improvements, and advances were made during the 1972-73 school year. These innovations will last longer than one year. They are what made the year successful and they are what will keep making Northeastern a better school. Such innovations as the addition of seven new certificate programs and a major in touristry management added to the academic excellence of the school. Along with the new programs, such special events as the first Indian Heritage Week, guest lecturers, and the formation of the College Union Activities Board all contributed in making the year a better one for the students. Most of those that were a part of the '72-'73 year at Northeastern agree that, although the story of the year was relatively quiet, it was a story, and a year that will be remembered. 22 .Q ,v-f? ws, ' ? W V ,-f pu v'. What's more important, today or tomor- row? Today is more important because without todays, tomorrow is meaning- less. The accomplishment of all dreams is decided by the living done today. .gift W l u. c, -- , an .f 0 ,a -in-.. vu-ug... -1 -A-1 ff- - -W: 'Q :fs-El: 33-iw' '-fa.-L Q ir, gl ff! ., W Q51 , , -Wi ,- T- -- -+ Q., " S, -- vu '-Q-: ' - '-i-':4..',155A. sa- - x 5 ,-,. , -4, 1 .x ein' ,4k,h,,,- - , ,'i.12',fl1,,,i 231 Never be afraid your life will come to an end. Instead, be afraid it should have no beginning. up-wp! av- M V 4 'x ,ya 1' I ' , ' 4 9' 5 4 D0 NUT EXIT1' l '. rl L 1 ,. F iz ee bf "Generally speaking there are two types of people in the world, the first type enters the room and says 'here I am' the second type enters the room and says 'there you are.' I live to be the latter." 'S X, ,XS ,-J , Nw' Q-"i!f"""f7 ,. ffg- '. . . 5:6-rn., J. ,f M!!-H115 . rl in .wr'?""" " E4 yr, 54" Q--11 ' ':F'5:7 ', F'f".l"' , K X, ,K . :ff xl 4 I Yu Q Qi .523-I 1 gN5fi'W .1 '41 1 1 J 5. H, 'vu.ff" .4 ,ff A ' "' Rest in Peace. . .Augus128, 1972 -Mc1y15,1973 Brown Barnes, ag, -' T - CP' r J ri. illxlld gl ,it .til iiblll .-gl mtv G -twat .6 6. t All., - :.,.- N . Ian-:ffl .eden anal-FW As, in .K i l 'TZ ,l , - 1 236 Student Index Abbott, Tivis 167 Abels, Ruth 222 Abston, David 202 Adair, Susan 222 Agnew, Edith 27, 202 Akeman, Cheryl 48,112 Akin, Andy 202 Alahmadieh, Larry Sami 215 Alberty, Leon 222 Alexander, Alice 215 Allen, Beverly 222 Allen, Christy 46, 48, 222 Allen, Darla 222 Allen, Gary 202 Allen, Gerald 131 Allen, Margie 132 Allen, Mike 76, 202 Allen, Richard 131 Allen, Robert 202 Allen, Steve 157 Allison, Larry 219 Almond, Belinda 222 Ames, Gary 215 Anderson, Arthur 215 Anderson, Clarence 27,108,112 Anderson, Mitchell 57 Anderson, Shirley 45 Archer, Pat 51, 58, 215 Archer, Steve 101 Argroves, Shirley 219 Arnold, Charles 90 Arnold, Dennis 64 Arnold, Gary 62 Arnold, Rhonda 222 Ash, Larry 128,129 Ashley, Kathryn 222 Ashley, Sue 74 Ault, Claudia 21, 27,1CXJ,109, 12 Babb, Ronald 27, 86 Babinski,jenny 27, 29,109 Babinski, joseph 27, 29,157 Bacon,Alicia 51,74 Bailey, Donald 151 Bailey, Scott 92 Bair, Michael 222 Baker, Andrea 84,92, 128, 222 Baker, Karen 107 Baker, Karen 164 Baker, Rodney 202 Baldwin,Colleen 202 Baldwin, George 59, 219 Ballard, Deborah 215 'Ballard, Fred 202 Ballard, Kelsey 136 Barger, Bruce 73 Barnes, Amy 74, 78, 222 Lawrence 202 Barnett, Emmanuel 222 Barnhart, Stephen 202 Barnhart, Terri 52, 74, 97, 222 Barrick, Betty 27, 109, 202 Barrick, Keith 76 Barrick, Steve 76 Basore, Mark 219 Bates, Don 124 Baum, Kathi 187 Beachboard, Bobbie 202 Beachboard, Leland 27, 219 Beachem, Cookie 102 Beair, Charles 61,101 Beall, Larry 219 Beaman, Mark 71 Bean, Marla 68,111 Beard, Larry 128,129, 131, 219 Beasley, Lester 119 Beaver, john 106, 202 Bedford, jack 215 Beesley, Stanley 151 Bell, Brenda 219 Bell, Paul 215 Bell, Ronald 58 Bennett, Gerald 41, 44 Bennett, Paula 58 Bennett, Richard 56, 57 Berry, Sondra 125, 202 Beu, Edwin 202 Beyer, jan 222 Bigby, Brenda 125 Biglow, Carolyn 45 Biglow, Connie 45,116 Billingsley, Dorce 202 Bills, Mary 45 Bills, Stephen 135 Bitting, Denise 66, 67, 74,219 Black, judith 53, 92,97, 222 1 Blackwood,George 222 Blackwood,Mary 219 8lair,8elienda 27,31 Blake,Brent 71 Blake, Debbie 202 Biankenship,Connie 215 Bloch,Fay 219 BIunt,Orval 61 Bockman,Gerald 57 Boeckman,Marva 27 Boggs, David 61,132 Bohanon,james 132 BoIen,Boh 71 8oling,Steve 129 Boling,Vana 129 Bonaparte,joseph 219 Boston,john 222 Bottoms, Carl 118, 132, 202 Bottoms,jacqueline 202 8ottoms,Keith 202 Bottoms,Lynne 202 Boultinghouse, Karen 27,219 Bowlin, Brenda 202 Bowlin,Linda 202 Bowline, Charles 41, 60, 63 Bowman,john 128,131 Boyce, Kelly 222 Boyd,Wayne 222 Boyd, David 62 8oyd,Mike 162 Brackley,Michele 23 Bradford, Bob 125,203 Bradford,Cheryl 125,215 Bradford, David 76,106,124,1 8radford,GIenn 109 Bradley, Larry 44 Bradley, Robert 125 Brady,Bonnle 203 Brand, jay 84, 92, 111, 129 Brannan,Terry 68,164 Brannon,Sharon 115 Brasslield, Amos 108, 203 Braun, Anthony 124 Braun, Lucille 124 Briggs, Lloyd 118 Brinkman, Richard 215 Broadie, Donald 203 Brockman, Anita 74 Brooke, Mike 203 Broome, johnny 72 Brown, Brown, Brown, ,Geary 151 Brown, ,joe 71 Brown, ,Stephen 103,133 Brown Brown Barbara 47 Brenda 45,119, 222 Da vid 100 lanice 219 Rusty 61 Broyles, Virginia 109, 203 Bruner, Cleophus 119 Bruner, Elliot 132 Bruton, Billy 84, 92, 101 Bryan, Dean 71,112 Buford, janet 222 Buie, Linda 112, 203 Buie, Ronnie 137, 219 Bullock, Carolyn 84, 92 Bullock, Eva 113,119, 133 Bunch, Wayne 27, 32 Burchfiel, Alice 92 Burke, Regina 222 Burkett, Yvonne 109 Burn, Donald 57 Burns, Scott 215 Burr, Hiram 44 Burr, Sandra 45 Burroughs, Rebecca 129 26, 132 Burrow, Marthanne 40, 67, 219 Burton, Gina 120, 222 Burton, Patricia 109 Bussey, Ruthie 27, 32,109 Butler, Elizabeth 222 Buxton, Howard 106 Buyan, Greg 27, 32, 108 Bynum, Karen 27 Byrd, joe 157 Caddy, Kenneth 44,119 Cahoon, Anne 40, 47 Cahwee, Larry 162,215 Cain, Donna 82, 203 Calkins, jeanette 204 Calkins, Walter 204 Callaway, Linda 204 Calloway, Lela 164 Calvert, Michael 170 Cameron, Peggy 112, 215 Campbell, Delbert 222 Campbell, Imogene 109 Campbell, Mark 157 Campbell, Naomi 116 Campbell, Royce 41, 44, 61 Cannon, joe 151 Carlile, Parva 58 Carney, S. Flint 124,131 Carosielli, Michael 151 Carpenter, Harry 106 Carr, Brenda 222 Carroll, Don 135 Carroll, james 112 Carter,jimmie 219 Carter, juanita 45 Carter, Milford 54 Carter, Montie 222 Carter, Robert 27 Cary, Glenda 111, 204 Casey, Shirley 45,119 Cash, jequieta 109 Catlett, Diane 186 Caughman, Kenneth 204 Cerda, joe 87, 95,101,131 Chambers, Gwendolyn 21, 37 Chandler, joe 204 Chandler, Letha 219 Chandler, Sandra 204 Chaney, Greg 108,119 Chatman, Tressa 55,119 Cheatham, Melvin 204 Cheatwood, Darrel 108 Cheek, Bennie 91, 95,101, 222 Chenoweth, Timothy 129 Chesser, Deanna 112 Child, Larry 57 ChiIders,Mitzi 66,68 Christmas, Sandy 21, 52, 74, 87 111,115,222 Chuculate, Melinda 46, 47 Chumbley, Rick 61 Clanton, jesse 27,142 Clapper, Ruth 164 Clark, Donald 108 Clarke, Rocky 61, 215 Clayton, Naomi 110,119 Cloud, john 204 Cloud, Pamela 136, 215 Cluck, Dale 73 Clymer, Rick 222 Coale, Rita 204 Coatney,WilIiam 111 Cobb, Emma 'IU-3 Cochran,judith 117 Cochran, Peggy 117 Coday, Mary 138,139,219 Coffman, john 91,101 Coger, Sandra 204 Colbert, Gary 215 Cole, Carol 90 Coleman, Billy 27, 35 Colema Colema n,Esther 45 n,Georgia 119 Coleman, Leroy 219 Coleman, Ruby 119 Coley, Kenneth 222 Collins, lohn 215 Collins, Tony 63 Colombin, jan 57 Colston, Lloyd 133 Comer, Thelma 215 Conner, Roy 27, 70, 71, 82, 219 Conrad, Orville 137,215 Cook, Connie 89, 99,121 Cook, john 92,170, 214 Cooke, Kathy 140 Cooke, Linda 22,102, 205 Coombes, Mary 164 Cooney, Don 83 Cooper, james 215 Cooper, Cooper, Coplan, Corbett, Corwin, Cottingi Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Cox, Da Kenny 64 Nerea 47,215 Ronald 222 johnny 151 Betty 109,205 m, Deborah 205 Bob 205 Carolyn 215 Kenneth 124 Linda 112 niel 151 Cox, Robert 151 Cox, Vic kie 205 Crane, jerry 27, 33 Crawfor Crawfor Crawfor Crawfor d, Butch 151 d, Larry 119 d, Michael 222 d, Mitchell 222 Crawford, Robert 57, 215 Crawford, Ruth 223 Crenshaw, Rosalind 45 Crisp, Velma 223 Crockett, Karen 205 Croft, james 215 Cross, William 205 Crow, Teresa 48, 87, 223 Crowl,jackie 205 Cummins, Lynda 223 Cunningham,Delinda 205 Cunningham, Patty 68, 92,111 Cypert,Connie 61 Daigle, Christopher 27, 33,133 Daily,Kathleen 205 Daily,Larry 205 Daniels,Billy 151 Dark,Becki 67 Daugherty, Deborah 50, 51 Davidson,Karen 223 Davis, Bruce 106 Davis,Carol 120 Davis,CarolL, 92,219 Davis, Dewey 137 Davis,Nelson 157,223 Davis,Gary 27,123,142 Davis,jack 205 Davis,Martha 205 Davis,Sadonna 123 Davis,Terry 205 Davis,Tommy 215 Davison, Nancy 48,1B7, 223 Dawson, Dorothy 27,125, 205 Dawson,Ralph 215 Dawson,Rusty 131 Deall,Larry 132 Decker,Melissa 51,219 DeGrate,Passye 92 Delacreta2,Larry 205 DeLozier,Larry 112 Delt,Rosetta 55 Denney,CaroIe 99 Dennis, Herbert 95,100,134 Deshane,Rick 62 Deshazo,janet 22 DeVries, Diane 27, 66, 67, 132, DeWeese,Charles 219 DeWeese,Mary 112,215 Dickison, David 27,108,118 DilI,Gary 216 DilI,5helby 216 Dillard,jack 137 Dillingham,Carolyn 219 DiIlon,Stepl1en 57,186 Dixon,janice 27 Dixon,Slan 92 Dixon, Stephen B7,115, 223 Donathan,Gary 167 DonIey,jerry 41,57 Donnelly,Michael 71,91,95,1 Dortch,Eddie 205 Doss, Debbie 223 Dotson,Arnold 131 Dotson,Gary 151 Dotson, Peggy 130 Doty,Linda 219 Dowling,Marilyn 51 Dresher,David 62,162 Drew,Wanda 45,205 Duck,janice 125 Dulfield,Cheryl 164,216 Dugan,Mike 72 Duke,Trisha 27,109 Duncan,EveIyn 27 Duncan,Marilynn 216 Duncan,Patti 26,129 Duncan,Warren 216 Duvall,Deborah 92,223 Dyer,Marilyn 40,47,74,80 Earp, Dennis 216 Eartham, Kathy 205 Eberhart, Mary 27, 34,109, 205 Eby, Kathy 95,101,121, 219 Eby, Randy 205 Eccles, john 129, 131, 223 Edmondson, Mark 131 Eidson, Goldie 132 Eller, Larry 27, 30 Ellis, Beryl 205 Ellis, Donald 62 Ellis, Linda 90 Ellis, Phyllis 97 Elmore, Buddy 135 Elsky, Michael 167, 216 Ernberson, Melven 219 Emery, Fred 142 England, Crystal 'l17, 164, 223 215 01,134 Engman, Rodney 27, 76,'l24,126,132 Enloe, Kenneth 216 Eslinger, Mary 223 Essman, Charles 57,58 Eubanks, Larry 92 Evans, Laura 205 Evans, Perry 206 Ewing, Mary 109, 205 Ewing, Sylvia 85 Farmer, Frankie 57, 216 Farmer, Willena 109 Farris, Michael 71 Feeback, Glen 27, 29 Feeler, Lee 216 Ferguson, Elizabeth 52 Ferrell, Randall 57 Firey, Steven 125 Fiveash, Diane SB, 78 Fleming, Frederick 44 Fletcher, Charles 216 Fletcher, Mary 206 Fletcher, Robert 129, 131 Flud, Deborah 223 rode, john 41,76, 124,132 Folks, Gary 106,206 Ford, William 223 Foresee, Kathy 223 Foster, Rebecca 125 Fowler, Ron 58 Franklin, Carly 46, 92 Franklin,Charlene 113,119 Franklin, David 103 Franks, Monty B2,t36, 206 Freeman, lack 27,109 French, Caron 125 French, David 206 French, jim 111 French, Mark 59 Frey, Bill 135 Friend, Billy Mike 106 Friend, Dennis 106 Friend, Randolph 85,101, 223 Friend, Susan 85, 100, 223 Fry, Kristi 61 Fulkerson, joe 61 Fuller, Fred 27, 31,111,142 Fuller, Lewis 76 Fuller, Mary 216 Gabbert, Donald 62 Galdi, Michael 125 Galloway, Carolyn 45 Garner, Cecil 132, 206 Garner, Ellen 216 Garner, Sally 74,111 Garner, Stanley B4, 92,131 Garrett, Gary 216 Garrett, George 109 Garrett, Kelly 63, 79 Garrett, L. june 138,139 Garrison, Glenda 51, 74, 124 Gawf, David 118 Gay, Bonita 41, 54 Gay, Bradley 216 Gay, Dannette 27 Gay, james 119 Gaylor, Randy 131 Geer, Albert 27 George, Vernon 219 Gibson, Phil 151 Gilbert, Darla 223 Gillon, Mary Sue 68 Gionta, Nello 57 Girdner, Lois 206 Girten, Tommy 207 Gladney, Peggy 45,119 Glover, Linda 45 Glover, Virginia 115 Goforth, Richard 85, 91, 95,100,111, 134,216 Golden, Douglas 41, 76, 207 Goodall, Thomas 136 Goodlet, Kevin 151, 162 Goodnight, Connie 53, 74 Goodson, Reta 58,102, 223 Gossett, Llnda 106 Gracey, Earl 27, 33, 44,108,119,126 Graham, jay 219 Graham, Samuel 44 Grant, Tom 115, 223 Gray, Rick 170 Grayson, Dorothy 45 Grayson, Faye 45 Grayum, Bruce 76, 207, 83 Green, Harlene 207 Green, Phil 73 Green, Susan 216 Gregorio, Louis 100,126 Gregory, Elizabeth 216 Gregory, Sherry 109, 216 Greubel, Edith 207 Griffin, Creel 129,131 Griffin, james 73 Griffin, Larry 27, 30,109, 128, 207 Griffith, Pamela 52,132 Grigson, Pamela 216 Grimes, Cynthia 67, 96, 216 Grisham,Mildred 109 Grover, Elizabeth 51, 99, 219 Groves, George 207 Groves,jane 133 Grufik,Terry 41,71,129,131 Guillet,Pierre 71 Gulley,lames 64 Gullick,jean 52 Guthrie,Parnela 52 Haas, joel 157 Hackler, Deborah 51,102 Haddox, Glen 72 Hale, Freda 49 Hale, Randy 57 Hales, Gerry 167, 223 Hall, Linda 219 Hall, Verlene 45 Hamby, Darrell 27 Hamby, Kenneth 84, 92 Hames, Thomas 151 Hampton, Kathy 219 Hampton, Linda 27, 120,126 Hampton, Sammy 27,120 Hanigan, Debbie 68, 74, 83 Hanlin, jack 125 Hanson, Andrea 27, 38, 79, 84, 85, 92,102 Hanson, Arlan 27, 70, 71 Hanson,Christian 27,111,142 Hanson, Richard 170 Harbison, Lynne 47 Harbour, Edward 59 Hardesty, Keith 61, 162,207 Harned, Calvin 223 Harper, Mark 61 Harris, joe 57,132 Harris, Kim 151 Harris, Lloyd 27, 35 Harris, Mary 132,136 Harris, Michael 57, 58 Harris, Saundra 45 Harrison, Connie 125, 223 Harrison, Gene 115 Hart, Becky 40, 50, 51, 79 Hart, Karen 27,112 Hartgrave, jim 61 Hartness, Sonja 207 Hatfield, David 129, 216 Hatfield, Roger 207 Hatler, Debra 207 Hauseberg, Mary 92 Hawkins, Myra 112,138,139 Hawkins, Ruth 216 Haworth, Sharon 68, 97, 223 Haworth, Shirley 67, 74, 96, 219 Hayes, Denise 45,119 Haynie, janelle 100,102 Haynie, Paul 151 Hays, Kathy 67 Heaton, Chuck 111 Heavener, jo Ann 27 Heavener, john 71 Heller, john 59 Helmich, Phyllis 52 Henderson, Larry 132 Henderson, Lee Ann 68, 74 Henderson, Robbie 27 Hendren, joyce 27 Hendrex, Robert 219 Hendrick, Gary 135 Henley, Iris 207 Henry, Pat 207 Hensley, Connie 36 Hess, Sonny 56, 57, 111, 124, 207 Hewitt, Kathryn 27 Hibbard, Otis 72 Hickey, Mack 207 Hicks, james 207 Higginbotham, Stephen 224 Hill,Charlene 97 Hill, jerry 151 Hill, joan 55,113 Hill,Paul 85,91,95,101,126 Hinds, Clyde 103 Hinds, Stephen 71, 74, 73, 129, 131, 207 Hines,Doug 151 HinkIe,Diane 217 Hixson,Pam 106,112 Hoffman,Mary 224 Hogan,Susan 132 Holbird,Cindy 135 Holbrook,Cheryl 74 Holder, Raymond 61 Holland,Dennis 162 Holland,Glenn 71 Holland,Robert 106,162 Hollingsworth, Charles 207 Hollingsworth,jennifer 207 Hollis,james 57,207 Holloway,janice 52 HOIt,Margaret 111 Holt,PameIa 207 Honea, Robbie 52 Hood, Leon 61, 64, 220 Hood, Sandra 224 Hopkins, Kenneth 151 Hopkins, Site 27 Horacek, Billy 109 Horine, john 76 Horn, Gary Robert 135 Horn, Hugh Dean 207 Horn, Roger 59 Horn, Terri 135,140 Horton, Kent A. 220 Houk, Gary D. 95, 100 Housley, Sandra K. 217 Howard, Darlene 217 Howard, Tomala 27 Howerton, Regina E. 220 Huckaby, Syr.etha 27, 125, 207 Huddleston, Randall 62 Hudgins, Daniel W. 27, 31, 57, 115, 124, 132,207 Charles 27, 132 Hudson, Hudson, Hudson, Hudson David 224 Necia 20, 67, 96 Tommy 167 Huff, james 90, 208 Huffman, Teresa 224 Hughes, janice 86 Hulsey, Doyle j. 224 Hunt, Paul 44 Hurst, Faron B7, 115,126 Hurst, Reta 142 Hust, Carolyn 27,109, 208 Hutchins, Alan 27, 33, 103 Ingram, Larry 57, 208 Inman, Gale 40 Inman, john 115,87 lrwin, Irene 90 lsom, Sharon 119 jackson, Gordon 224 jackson, Karen 40, 67 jackson, Nancy 129 jacobs, Randy 125 james, Paul 142 lames, Susan 224 james, William 72 jamison, Lonnie 57 jefferson, Evelyn 55, 113, 119 jestice, john 128,131 johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, jones, Br Carolyn 45 Charlotte ss, 67,97 Bruce 27, 32, 151 Denna 55 Dennis 108 Dorothea 109, 112, 208 Irene 51, 132 lack 151 jackie 27, 33, 86, 115, 116, 217 janit 224 Karen 137 Keith 124 Kellee 49,133, 224 Loyd 208 Mary 45 Paula 224 Rita 124,132 Stella 132 Walter 85,134 an 132 rolyn 45,119 jones, Ca jones, Cynthia 55,102, 113 jones, Gary 199 jones, Glenda 45 jones, janet 45 jones, Ke jones, Lamisha 208 jones, Larry 106 jones, Laura 109,208 jones, Leonard 117 jones, Lucille 136 jones, M nneth 27 llard 119 jones, Robert 224 jones, Suda 220 jones, Th jones, Willard 119 jordan, Bill 129 jordan, Chester 208 junger, loan 208 justice, Calvin 54, 110, 217 justice, jim 73 omas 109 Kane, james 27, 30, 208 Rockwell, Charles 212 Manga Karimian, Mohammad 103,208 Kastl, Darlene 27, 33,132 Kastl, john 27, 33,132 Keith, Rick 73 Kelly, Pamela 47 Kempel, Ray 217 Kendall, Nancy 109, 208 Kennedy, Terrie 125 Kern, Richard 27, 76, 89, 92,101 Kester, Roger 137 Keys, Charlene 208 Keys, Deborah 119 Kezios, Gus 151 Kiesel, Martha 109 Kile, Mary 220 Killgore, jenne 40, 47 Kilpatrick, Kay 140 Kilpatrick, Thomas 220 Kimball, Gary 208 Kime, Alan 27, 29,108 Kincaide, Lonetta 67 Kincaide, Ronald 132, 208 Kindley, Larry 208 King, Billie 208 King, David 62 King, Maurice 157 King, Teri 224' Kingfisher, Emma 125 Kinion, Cheryl 68, 84, 85, 92, 224 Kinnard,Milford 54,151,162 Kinney, Michael 59, 151 Kinney, Robert 57 Kinsey, David 224 Ki.nseY,Winifred 27 Kinzer, David 217 Kirkbride, Terresa 208 Knight, Dane 132 Kohl, Kenneth 217 Kort, janeth 120 Krivohlavek, Dennis 142 Kruczynski, Donna 132 Kundla, David 27, 157 Kuzmic, Charles 137 Lackey, W. A. 124 Lair, Robert 125 Lamberson,jack 27 Lamberson, Warren 132 Lambert, Gary 208 Lambrecht, Richard 27, 76, 89, 91, 95, 101, 131 Lancaster, Lucy 109 Lander, Thomas 59 Lancleros, Salvador 151,162, 224 Lane, Shirley 208 Lang, Mary 45,119 Lansford, Paula 208 Larremore, LaVerne 208 Lathrop, Larry 217 Lauchner, Carl 187 Lauchner, Marcy 27, 86,115 Laughlin, james 125 Laughlin, Theresa 220 Lawrence, Betty 208 Lawson, Doug 162 Lawson, Ronnie 224 Lazenby, Charles 54 Lazzaro, Leslie 48, 58, 224 Leach, Yasmin 119 Learned, Wayne 27, 34, 41, 71, 209 Leavell, junene 209 Ledbetter, Marcia 109 Led ford, j udy 209 Lee, Beverly 92, 224 Lee, Norma 55 Lehman, Linda 209 Lehman, Lyle 72, 95,100,134 Lescher, Loucille 92 Lester, joseph 209 Lewis, Betty 67, 217 Lieb, Andrew 217 Lindsey, jim 135 Lindsey,john 135 Littleton, jim 162 Logan, Marsenia 45 Lokey, Hoyt 209 Loney, john 129,131 Long, janet 106,112 Long, Margaret 209 Long, Nancy 48 Long, Robert 137 Longwith, Arthur 70, 71, 95,101 Looney, George 59 Looney, joe Dan S8 Love, judy 132, 220 Love, Michael 117, 132, 217 Lovelady, Gloria 209 Lovern, Marie 124 Lowder, Gloria 224 Lowery, Robert 61 Lowrey, George 71 Lowry, Mary 27 Lunney, Becky 126 Lunney, Barry 151 Lustig, Slauko 135 Morgan, Paul 70,71 Morgan,5heri 58 Morris, Carman 210 Morris, Frank 225 Morris, jack 57,58 Morris, Pessv 58,220 Morrison,Elmyra 220 Pompey, Edwin 151 Pope, Bessie 225 Pope, lack 211 Poplin, Beverly 225 Poteete, Diane 27,111,123,142,199 PounciI,luanita 55,119 Powers, Pamela 211 Mahan, Butch 170 Mallow, Myrna 209 Malouf, Marc 84, 85, 92, 217 Mancino, Stephen 217 Manes, Estelle Louise 27, 31, 117,126 Mankiller, Gregg 91,101 Maples, j. D. 151 Marina, Sheryl , 209 Marler, jerry 137 Morriso n, Raymond 106 Morrow, Christine 45, 80 Morton, Marcella 225 Morton, Patsy 140 Mosley, Anna 45,119 Mosley, Vicky 217 Motley, Ronald 210 Mouse, Gerald 76,124 Mouse, Roberta 131, Prater, Glenda 22 Pratt, Carol 23 Pratt, lacqueline 138 Price, Carolyn 27, 30, 109, 211 Price, Gail 112 Price, Larry 85, 91,100 Price, Sherry 225 Pritch ett, Wanda 225 Prock, Linda 106 Marsh, Beverly 49 Marshall, Karrie 48 Marshall, Randy 225 Martin Martin ,janice 120 ,jim 137 Martin, Lincoln 106 Martin,Martha 209 Martin Martin ,Wayne 71 ,Willie 151 Mason, Charles 210 Massengale, Kay 209 Massengale, Larry 210 Masters, john Ann 210 Mathews, Anita 113 McAfee, George 57 McBride, Gene 129, 217 McCart, Kaye 21, 27, 74,116 McCartney, Eddie 151 McCarty, Debra 90,101,121 McCaslin, Lyle 85, 92,101,220 McCauley, Teresa 27,109 McClellan, Frieda 27, 32 McClure, Debbie 48, 225 McCollough, Barbara 51 McCollum, Wileta 125 McCoy, Denise 109,112 McCrackin, Carol 138, 225 MCCuIlan, Dwight 112,125 McCullough, Hugh 132, 210 McDaniel, Keith 106 McDonald, Carl 210 McElroy, Timothy 115, B7 McFarland, Beverly 85 McFarland, Hiram 220 McGinnis, William 225 McGraw, Roy 217 McGrew, Gerald 84, 92,101 McKay, jimmy 73 McKown, Steve 62 McLaughlin, Carol 220 McLemore, Bettie 27, 106, 109, 136, 210 McNack, Cynthia 83 McNatt, Wanda 210 McNeill, jerry 132, 210 McPhail, David 112 McVay, Edmund 71 Mead, DeWayne 162 Medlock, Patrick 89, 95, 99 Mehlhorn, Kathryn 51, 74 Melone, Sharon 49, 220 Melton, Mary 92, 220 Merkle, Cora 27 Michener, Gary 151 Middleton, john 27 Miller, Diana 210 Miller, Donna 117, 225 Miller, Evelyn 27, 111 Miller, john 76,133 Miller, Larry 41,54 Miller, Neb 137 Miller, Ralph 86,115 Miller, Robert 210 Miller, Teresa 27, 33 n, Anna 109, 210 Millis, Elaine 103 Milvo, Lawrence 225 Mitchell, Chrisanne 27, 35, 37, 40, 50, 51 Mitchell, Randy 118 Mitchell, Rocky 170 Mnich, Connie 120 Mobley, Dennis 225 Mock, Marjorie 210 Moffett, Caralee 66, 67, 97 Molfett, Kenneth 27,137 Moffitt, jimmie Sue 74 Mohaupt, Eric 157 Molet, Craig 58 Money, Steve 225 Monroe, Chester 106 Montgomery, Steven 61 Moon, Bobby 217 Moon, Vicki 67, 74,90,101,121 Moore, Barbara 120 Moore, Rickey 135,225 Mordecai, Marion 133 Moutray, Claud 27 Mulford, Howard 120 Munding, Kay 112 Munger, Gary 210 Munson, Thomas 71, 73 Murray, Deborah 22, 68 Murray, Mark 162 Murray, Oma 210 Musgrave, Lynn 27,129, 130 Myers, Ed 76 Myers, Glenn 194 Myers, janet 210 Naifeh,Gina 68,225 Naiieh,jimmie 61 Neal,Mary 51 Neal, Sandra 55,113, 119, 220 Nelson,Vickie 92 Neves,Ronald 151 Newman,Connie 92,225 Newton,Curtis 132 Nicholson,Patricia 51 Nikkel,Lynn 129,131 Nix,Pat 72 Noble,Christopher 135 Oakley, Barbara 112 Odom, Mary 27,30 Ogden, Carla 210 Oglesbee, Tom 135 O'Guin,Gary 44,119 Ondracek, Laddie 220 Overstreet, jane 225 Overton,Susie 48 Owl, Shirley 131 Pace, Gary 64 Pate, Sue 112 Patterson, Doyle 151 Patterson, jerry 112,132 Patterson, Richard 132, 210 Pattison,Vera 217 Patton, Allen 61 Pax, William 58 Payton, Alvin 119,151 Payton, Priscilla 68, 97, 225 Pearmon, Archie 151 Pearson, Gail 45,110 Pekah, Gene 162 Penn, David 90 Perdue, Anna 138, 210 Perkins, Marvin 151 Perkins, Sharon 27,109,210 Pernia, Ana 138 Perrier, james 106, 221 Perry, Rebecca 140,221 Peterson, Leemon 119 Peterson, Pam 164 Peterson, Reta 23, 102 Pry, Richard 89, 91, 101, 134 Pry, Ronald 27, 29, B5,91, 100,134 Puckett, Rex 71, 211 Puller, Bruce 57 Purcell, Bessie 211 Purcell, john 76, 167, 211 Radtke, jeannie 211 Ragsdale, joe 170 Rainbolt, Sandra 109 Ramsey, Chris 217 Ramsey, David 211 Ramsey, Patsy 116 Randolph, Debra 68 Ralhbun, William 221 Raus, Barbara 92 Rawdon, Sheryl 27, 217 Reasor, Brian 135 Reavis, jack 131 Reece, Maxine 221 Reed, George 92 Reed, Quentin 132 Reese, Danny 57 Reese, Larry 225 Reese, Linda 27 Reichal, joyce 136 Relelord, Billy 151 Remer, Della 217 Revis, Faith 225 Reynolds, jim 212 Reynolds, Chris 217 Reynolds, Stephen 71 Philbeck, john 58 Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Debbie 117 joe 151 joseph 225 Shirley 27, 109, 210 Stephen 59 Terry 151 Rice, David 217 Rider, Risss, Risss. Carl 212 Beverly 212 Lavonda 45, 84, 92 Rigney, Larry 27, 31 Ripps, Alvin 135 Ritter, Billy 132 Ritter, Dee Ann 27,109 Ritter, Sally 96 Ritter,WiIliam 109 Robbi Robbi ns, Daniel 59, 217 ns, Rick 60, 61 Robinson, Carol 135 Robinson, Molly 116, 125 Robinson, Randy 135 Robin son, Ronald 87,115, 225 Roe, Carol jean 109 Roger s, Daniel 225 Rogers, Nedra 109 Rogers, Suzanne 96,140 Roland, Linda 55 Rollins, james 212 Rooks, Mitchell 125 Ross, Carmen 97 Ross, Dale 71 Ross, Robin 85, 90 Ross, Winfred 54 Rothrock, johnnie 128,129,131 Rotton, Bruce 62 Roulston, Susan 106 Roundtree, Kent 135 Rowe, Terry 97 Rowland, Alto 212 Rozell, T. L. 27, 84 Rucker, Randy 56, 92 Rucker, Starlite 212 Russell, Brenda 68, 97 Russell, jodi 58, 67 Morgan, Diane 68 Morgan, Esther 112 Morgan, Gary 57 Morgan, johnny 162, 210 Morga n, Marion 27,117 Philpott, Edna 225 Pigg, Robert 60,61 Pilgrim, Lynn 92 Pinner, Danny 56, 58 Pittman, jerry 157, 225 Pitts, Walter 95,100, 162, 210 Pleasant, Helen 45 Pletcher, james 95,101, 225 Pletcher, Robert 27, 85, 89, 99, 134 Pollan, Claudia 27, 109, Z11 Pollan, Roy 109, 211 Polumbus, Mark 132 Saeger, Catherine 135 Sams, Sheila 117,225 Sanders, David 212 Sanders, Roger 225 Saunders,Kaylyn 116 Sawyer, Ralph 225 Schale, lay 85,91, 101,134 Schellstede, Richard 124 Schneider, Marcia 48 Schoeffler, jerry 71, 95, 101,111 Scott, Barbara 225 Scott, Dana 225 Scott, Michael 225 Scroggins, lanice 164 Scroggins, Lana 52 Scroggins, Nancy 109 Scroggins, Terry 225 Scullawl, Dean 71,162 Scullawl, Debbie 74 Seale, William 225 Sears, Earl 133, 217 Secratt, Sandra 217 Secratt, Sharon 218 Seeley, Paul 84, 85, 91, 92, 101 Seim, Terry 226 Sellers, Regina 226 Sellers, Terri 27, 30 Sellers, Dick 157,162 Seward, lanet 67 Seyerle, Ursula 48 Seymour, Debra 51, 221 Shaddox, Marcia 218 Shaddox, Paul 133, 226 Shannon, Bob 226 Sharp, lames 221 Sharp, Sam 135 Shaw, Duane 106, 157, 226 Sheehan, Phillip 61 Shepherd, Nelda 218 Shepherd, Sally 226 Sherwood, Alma 99,138, 226 Shields, David 41, 71 Shiplet, Ken 140 Shipley, Larry 218 Shipp, Eva 27,109,213 Shody, Andrew 151, 221 Shoemake, Linda 120, 218 Shoulds, Mary 55,119 Shrock, Earl 115,132 Shrum, Paul 213 Shuck, Patricia 27, 34 Shumaker, lohn 151, 226 Sierer, Ronald 27, 213 Siewert, Kevin 91,134 Sikes, Warren 27 Sillas, Sylvester 54 Silva, Mary 97 Simmons, Barbara 213 Simmons, Cynthia 90,1CD, 226 Simms, Shirley 92 Sisson, Donna 109 Sivers, Kathi 221 Sleeper, Sherry 226 Smalley, lack 61 Smith, Anita 213 Smith,Bill 132,218 Smith, Billie 213 Smith, Byron 142 Smith, Deborah 51, 55, 'l02,'l13, 119, 226 Randy 136 Smith, lanet 47 Smith Larry 213 smithfmettnaa '27, so, 51, 74 Smith, Norman 60,142 Smith, Pete 151 Smith, Rebecca 97, 226 Smith, Smith, Rowena 226 Roxie 52, 97, 124 Smith,Victoria 218 Smith,William 218 Snead, Snell, jerry 213 Snider, Larry 137, 213 Snoddy, Michael 41, 44 Snyder, Floyd 137,218 Soap, Carl 131 Soeten, lanis 40, 50 Sparks, Rickey '100 Sparles, Rick 95 Spearman, Lillian 109 Spees, Pepsi 221 Spindle, Davie 108 Sprague, Robert 157, 213 Spriggs, Mark 226 Springwater, Albert 73 Springwater, Linda 27,132 Squires, Sharon 50 Stacy, Carol 131 Stanley, Ava 116 Stanlev. lohn 111, 226 Stanley, lohn L. 120 Stann, Arethia 117 Starr, Brite 213 Stauss, Trecia 68 Steele, Gary 132, 218 Steele, Gregory 221 Steidley, Howard 218 Stephens, Cordell 54, 213 Stephens, jimmy 135 Stephenson, Michael 61, 218 Steven, Mike 73 Stevenson, Glenn 124,132 Stewart, Ella 116,132, 213 Stienbuck, Bill 135 Stiles, Richard 213 Stine, Greg 100 Stinnett, Debra 74, 83, 220 Stinnett, Philip 218 Stith, Linda 128,130, 131 Stools, Gladys 109 Storts, Susie 130 Stout, Tommy 91,134 Street, William 27,103 Stringer, Cindy 112 Stringer, Olive 112 Stringer, Thomas 27, 31,118 Stripiin, David 44 Sturn, lill 186 Sue, Daniel 125, 213 Sumner, Steve 157 Sunderland, Kent 71 Surine, Charles 85,101,134 Sutton, Chester 162 Sutton, james 226 Swan, Mary 52, 74 Tarkington, Willie 213 Tarrance, lack 213 Taylor, Etoyce 55 Taylor, Melissa 96 Tayrien, Richard 135,142,187, 221 Teel, lohn 157 Terry, Marion 44,119 Theban, Theodore 27 Thomas, Larry 27 Thomas, Sandra 55, 113 Thompson, Charles W. 92, 95,101 Thompson, Debi L. 53, 226 Thompson, Len 76,124,132 Thompson, Leon 54 Thompson, Nancy 27,118 Thompson, Phillip 226 Thompson, Rob 71, 95,100 Thompson, Winda l, 226 Tibbits, Dennis 71, 83, 110, 221 Tidwell, Tommy 137 Tiger, Cecil 92,170 Tillotson, Carol 37 Tillotson, Sandra 27, 34,132 Timbrook, Karen 109 Toalson, David 133 Toalson, George 162 Toalson, Patricia 27 Toby, Carol 51, 74 Todd, Connv 226 Tolley, loanne 213 Toon, Paulette 37, 67, 97, 164, 218 Towell, lacqualine 91, 99, 101, 213 Townsell, Terry 119 Towry, Nita 51,84, 92 Traw, Terry 218 Trout, Betty 27, 55,113 Tsatoke, Phyllis 164 Tubbs, Steve 135 Tunnell, Gary 27, 132, 213 Tunnell, ludith 218 Turnbow, Sara 67 Turnbull, David 124 Turner, Bill 63 Tyner, Steven 162 Van Buskirk, Bonnie 131 Van Tuyl, Teresa 116,213 Vance, Sarah 226 Vanderpool,Cindy 102 Vann,Dudley 142 Vaughn, lama 213 Vaught,8arbara 221 Venable,David 226 Vericat,Carlos 84 Vice, Melvin 101 Vido,Gayle 92 Vivion,Richard 213 Vogal,l.arry 61 Volturo,Tony 61 Von Drehle, Barbara 138,139 Voss, Ellen 226 Waddel, Paula 53,117,140 Wade, Dawn 74 Wade, Debra 67, 71, 74 Wagner, Ronald 61 Walker, Gayle 53,74 Walker, Homer 27, 118 Walker, LeAnn 221 Walker, Robert 125 Walker, Twyla 27 Wallace, Carolyn 213 Wallace, lames 214 Walllng.lUanita 214 Ward, Glenn 226 Ward, lim 27 Warner, Dennis 84, 92,140 Warren, Michael 101 Warrior, lerimiah 44,151 Washburn, Ronald 111, 218 Wasson, Anne 106, 218 Waszut, Stephanie 74 Watkins, Gary 214 Watkins, Shirley 45 Watson, Doris 214 Watson, Mary 106 Watten, Randy 167 Webb, Robert 142, 218 Webb, Terri 226 Webber, Eleanor 92 Weber, Richard 57 Weeks, Sherman 226 Wheeler, Mike 226 Whisler, Nancy 27 Whistler, Steven 226 White, Anita 55 White, David 71, 218 White, Genevieve 119, 132 White, Larry 71 White, Louis 70, 71 white, Michael 71 White,Susan 218 White,William 214 Whitehead, Michael 60, 61 Whiteley, Kelly 151, 226 Whitlow, Margaret 51, 74 Whittington, Reece 103 Whitworth, Elaine 24, 67, 92 Wiggs, Cynthia 74, 99,133, 214 Wigington, Kathy 53, 97, 226 Wilburn, Sharon 214 Wilbum, Terry 214 Willey, Chris 51,132 Willey, Roy 132,137, 218 Williams, Brenda 226 Williams, Cynthia 52 Williams, Harold 44 Williams, james 187 Williams, Larry 109 Williams, Linda 120,221 Williams, Linda C.. 53, 74 Williams, Penney 125, 214 Williams, Travis 61 Willis, Haskell 59 Wilmott, Leslie 111, 226 Wilson, Brenda 132 Wilson, Carolyn 45 Wilson, Deborah 226 Wilson, Edith 138, 139 Wilson, Kathleen 66, 67, 97, Wilson, LeRoy 86,136,218 Wilson, Linda 226 Wilson, Michael 27 Wilson, Pamela 27, 214 Wilson, Ralph 218 Wilson, Vickie 84, 90 Winfrey, Ronald 106 Winningham, George 157 Wise, William 214 Witt, Phyllis 80 Wofford, Frankie 218 Wolford, ludy 74 Wolf, Linda 46, 47 Wolf, Terry 61, 80 Wood, Bobbie 125 Wood, Larry 108, 221 Wood, Reba 218 Woodard, Shirley 83 Woodhouse, Karen 47 Woods, Chester 54 Woods, lohn 61 Woods, Steve 221 Woodson, Timothy 62, 221 Word, Kathy 218 Wordlow, Russell 89, 99 Workman, Sally 117 Worthean, Ronald 118 Wray, Beverly 119 Wren, Henry 72 Wright, Donna 218 Wright, Raymond 214 Yirsa, lanice 40, SB, 67 Yochum,Gene 226 York, Suzanne 218 Young, Dolly 45 Young, ludy 89,121 Young, Margaret 110 Youngblood, Sara 99 Youngblood, Sherry 109 Younger, lack 115, 187, 221 Zachary, Kay 68 Zacks, Carol 115 Zellner, Richard 27,109,118 ael F,-arf, Ns.: IU X I6I5 S. 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