Northern Oklahoma College - Roundup Yearbook (Tonkawa, OK)

 - Class of 1964

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' .,:,'.,-'- . . . . '. '. '. '. -. ."."!,-.EI-. . -. . . -'."'!".' FOREWORD Another year of growth and tradition for Northern Oklahoma Junior College has descended into history leaving behind all the known experiences of true college life. Each hour, minute, second, the "student-faculty machine" has produced lasting friendships, new ideas, promising young peo- ple, and life-long memories for the year. The tremendous spirit of the co-eds along with the other activities has con- tributed t0 the NMAVERICKS IN ACTION", And through our foremost and faithful recorder ofNorth- ern's history and heritage: we, the staff, salute our parent institution and survey the school year of 1963-1964. . . ... ... .- . ... .... N .. . ........ ......... . ... ... .. . -........ ...... . ..... . ........ . .......... . .......... ............. .......... .. ......... ....... . ..: ... .. . . J.. . . . . . . . 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' ' .' . .' . . . . . .. v . . . . ... 1 we 'fi 122 9.551 .1 '963' '95 f ,,,, 373--1 '-in ,K vww,,HM 4.1 GOVER OR' GREETI G K. 1: '. Ylx fsffvfl QM STATE OF OKLAHOMA OFFICE OF TH-E GOVERNOR OKLAHOMA ClTY Congratulations to the graduates of Northern Oklahoma Junior College and best wishes to all underclassmen as you record the end of another year of educational achievement. Soon you will assume positions of leadership in our great country. You may be confident of Success due to your efforts, your ability and the thorough training you have received. Wherever you go, go proudly and confidently, as one of Cklahoma's ambassadors of good will. HONORABLE GOVERNOR HENRY BELLMON BOARD Sincerely , um, Henry Be1.'Lmon GOVERNOR OF REGENTS The Board of Regents is a general policy form- ing group for Northern Oklahoma Junior College. Their Main duties are to approve personnel, decide upon salaries and determine expenditure funds. This board is under the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education ROBERT BRINING ,rw-K WILLIAM W, RODGERS J, MORGAN BUSH DR. . .EASTERLI G PRESIDE T ORTHERN OKLAHOMA JUNIOR COLLEGE This year marks the eleventh year for Dr. V. R. Easterling as President at Northern. Commander V. R. Easterling, USNR is an active for the U. S. Navy. He is regional liaison officer for the US Naval Academy and a general consultant for Sea Power. He is also a man with a wide range of interests which include books, writing, speaking, religion in higher education, agriculture, fishing and hunting. Besides b e i n g administrator, Dr. Easterling also enjoys horses and is active in the navy. are N-MWMaw-u--1-n--uw-..W,W.U PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE NORTHERN OKLAHOMA JUNIOR COLLEGE l22O EAST GRAND -Q1 TONKAWA. OKLA O P Dear Students: Congratulations on another fire edition of THF ROUNDUP. The hours of lahor are too nunerous to list--the rewards, only a few 'thank-you's'. However, your annual will live on through the years in the hearts and minds of a collece connunity of eight hundred people and a host of friends. The new Library has been worth all thc effort and wore. The lift to the snirit of a college cannot he neasured in dollars This is a most interesting age. The challenges are many. The rewards are unlimited. Sincerely yours W V. R. Fasterlinz bc President ADMINISTR TIO A D FACULTY Guiding the students in all phases of school life are NO,TC's Administration and Faculty, Throughout the year they have unselfishly given their time and efforts to the further development of each student. Whether it be music or drama, mathematics or English, entrance examinations or graduation. someone has always been there to assist in every way possible and has seen that each student received adequate attention, They have prepared us MAVERICKS IN ACTION for our future role as educated citizens. DEANS T5 -1- M- .naw 'Umm Howard R, Harold, Dean of the Collegeg Pearl Ramsey, Dean of Women: Harold Piper, Dean of Men RCSBUHF Counselor Lowell Clark -- Ralph Herren ADM NISTRATIVE COUNCIL Ron Appleman, Pearl Ramsey, Olin Walcher, Ralph Herren ULTURE 7, 4 1 ,,s,,k yawn Jim Marsh I want to be a cowboy! Girls too! BUSINESS Left to right: Clane Kirtley, Olin Walcher, Pearl Ramsey, Lina Cawood, Mrs. Faye Johnson Will I ever learn to type? I can write it but I can't read it! ATA PRCDCESSIN What a brain! Mrs. Faye Johnson Will I ever understand? Sgr- SE? M W f , h,,. ...... .. iii Sift it 'fimnaa 89955 mesa, Femme Qvkfbkgfg Ewwmws assepig 'BBQ ESQ SSQQRQ Q?-Siem hu --mpg lu-.... ' E FIE RT I wish I could sing. Dor1't hold your breath! Left to right: Ray Morgan, Lowell Clark, Rhoda Sharp and Mrs. Lena Sizelove HOME ECO GMICS 255 '1 Q 55. W 5 Mrs. Mabel Strange X N AWK ' ie-das Qbfkb I have always wanted to play with dough. Did you say you were looking for a husband? IDU TRI L RT Left to right: Clifford H. Jared, Chester Grimm, Clyde Williams It sure doesn't look like the usual classroom. I WOFICISI what Ihelffe drawing? ANGU GE :Q Left to right: John Griffith, Margaret Livermore, Jerry Nye, Dorothy Long, G. E. Burson, Arthur Sweet i if ri Is it really difficult? Studious. Practice makes perfect 1 3 N Ax PHYSICAL EDUCATION Left to right: Harold Piper, Leo Canady, Nevona Kennedy 2 X '07 fs fa V wi I'd hate to be on bottom. What do you think of these sets of legs? Will she make it? SCIENCE AND M TH Left to right: Doyle McCown, Ron Appleman, Leroy Stevens, Hugh Wardell, A. D. Buck, Sam M. Rupp i . One plus three equals five? Lets blow up this place! SOCIA SCIENCE SST' Left to right: Mary McKin1ay, Melvin Korn, G. E, Burson, Ralph Herren, George McCoy in wwmmsf I wonder what he is saying? Another test to flunk. STAFF N----.......,N,,b-Mx iv BERNICE CLARK MARY ANN HANZ President's Secretary Financial Secretary ,z""' DR. DEWEY MATTHEWS BLANCE HAMILTON College Physician i LOU MONTOOTH Cafeteria Manager Book Store Proprietor CAFETERIA STAFF I wonder who won the game. SNA SHOTS We're dancing at the hop. Chow time kids. They sure are cute. LIBRARY ENTER HERE THE TIMELESS FELLOWSHIP OF TH E HUMAN SPIRIT 1 Q 2 y ig? ,uf 454 4 gwa' .lf k y Z 5 an fmdmf ,tc ,,, ' 'ESQ gs f 4 ,Www W ff -:PW 4 as i . ,A W 'R 1 1 141, , Z . ,, at ka. -ks-,xp Q X1 V I A .- nl ' . if s K -1.5. 1 .f QQ QQ" m W., 1-avlU"" ,aww .,, -.. 4 Lgu.-mM ,41..n.... ,ma-M f ,, L- 63 ' ,WL,Q'7"-'WW' ' any 'His I 1 , 2' 2 4 ff 5 1 5 wif, 136523. Wo. "!Hi'V"" 4, gi 4-'H X.. .. , .Al If ,, 5 f"" va. ' -M X 1 ,ff 1, 16,- . -. r ,,, din 2 may x 'lsr av' MQ .if X r- -W-M , O , . Q f "Qgg,V,,, ,Vs . , 5, A '4- 1' u 1 ,wx 1 Z A a fu ,, V ML 5 5' ,Q A him um 'ff -. I W it . an I . 9 ,Vi zap ' -'- "" '1 "' ll' v A. , ,yi fxgly ' ' f r Myqfmawemwm 1? 6 A A . .W,. 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L z Mkffyvm A .4 , ' gk pw' My N W SL W. ,M .I SCDPHGMCRE C ASS 4 Q f,v Y ff , 6 .f ue?f,gZ2'? mf WHJCX K - '11, 1 " x'1? ff f .Q Richard Allen Perry Business Gary Anderson Perry Business Gary Baird Ponca City Electronics Allen Banta Wetumka Electronics Ray Brandon Glencoe Pre- Education Irene Brown T onkawa Pre- Education Larry Brown Hominy Industrial Arts Jeannett Bush Blackwell Business Karen Bush Newkirk Arts and Science Hamlet Castellanos Domin Republic Pre-Engineering Gary Chambers Ponca City Electronics David Chandler Agra Agriculture John Christenson Ponca City Arts and Science Gary Cleveland Osage Agriculture Carmen Compton Blackwell Business Education Sylvia Crockett Ponca City Home Economics James Dunn Tonkawa Pre-Education Pauline Evans Blackwell Pre- Education Janet Field Morrison Business Anita Fowler Burbank Pre - Education Ralph Garvey Lamont Agriculture Gary Gellerman Ponca City Business Gordon Gillham Ponca City Engineering Jeannie Goss Perry Business fab, '1'f'7"f Wesley Green Ponca City Pre -Engineering Louise Hall Stroud Business Carol Hankins Ponca City Pre-Education Carol Hartley Kildare Business Bill Hastings Ponca City Education Jyna Hastings Ponca City Music Patsy Henkel T onkawa Music Jerry Hiatt Ponca City Arts and Science Ruth Hobaugh Braman Business Paul Hoecher Blackwell Educ ation Dixie Holman Blackwell Business Administration Virginia Holt Ponca City Arts and Science ' 3 K Mary Hubbard Ponca City Business Sharyn Hubbell T onkawa Music Elliene Jones Blackwell Business Jimmy Kaiser Ponca City Business Kenneth "Bo" Kesner Cleveland Math Carolyn Knapp Blackwell Arts and Science Sammy Larr abbee Blackwell Business Judith LaRue Ponca City Arts and Science Leon Ellis Blackwell Business Judy Long Ponca City Pre-llcluc ation Larry Love Oklahoma City Business Dorothy lxlalory Ponca City Music-Education P Mi5?Q'f',fwTL2z?f ff ,, f ai 9s 2 Y Q fl , M M ' 'Q' , or , N , ,, Q Q Ruth McGraw Perry Business Mary Mills Tonkawa Music Dale Moore Lamont Journalism Tom My att Newkirk Business Dean Myers Crescent Business Jack Myers Unc as Engineering John Myers Uncas Arts and Science Steve Neal Red Rock Arts and Science 120 f at, av-qu . whim Mary Nemecheck Red Rock Business Richard Newman Ponca City Pre-Med Connie North Bartlesville Education Lawrence Pense Broken Arrow Business Beth Pepper Pawnee Business Donna Perry Ponca City Home Economics Alberta Peters Blackwell Arts and Science Willard Poliika Hunter Agriculture William Popplewell Newkirk Pre -Dent Gary Prelesnick Tonkawa Educ ation Ron Pryor Kentucky Pre -Med Marvin Reynolds Hunter Arts and Science David Robbins Ponca City Electronics Glen Royster Ponca City Educ ation 48" John Short Hennessey Business George Sims Ponca City Math Tom Sipe Tonkawa Pre -Educ ation Kathy Sisney Blackwell Business Carla Smith Blackwell Business Jim Smith Stillw ater History Jimmie Smith Ponca City Education Kathy Smith Ponca City Arts and Science Joe Stinnett Ponca City History Judy Stockton Blackwell Merchandising John Strome Tonkawa Pre -Med Stephen Swiger Electronics Ponca City 1' 4:9 P Rexford Tautfest Marland Agriculture Raymond Tipton Tonkawa Agriculture Gary Updyke Soiling Agriculture Susan Updyke Tonkawa Arts and Science Charlette Veith Tonkawa Arts and Science Bob Vincent Tonkawa Agriculture Linda Waddellow Ponca City Business Leona Ward Ponca City Arts and Science Linda Zavodny Perry Education Wesley Wolffrum Tonkawa Industrial Arts Sharon Zimmerman Blackwell Pre -Education Dianne Wehrle Ponca City Arts and Science Kenneth Whittenberg Tonkawa Business Bill Wilhelm Fairfax Arts and Science Edwin William Tulsa Pre -Law Alvin Williams Boise City Electronics Keith Wilson Newkirk Engineering CAMERA HY SOPHOMORES Peggy Allbaugh Blackwell Jose Alvarado Venezuela Billie Anderson Ponca City Stanley Arnett Ponca City Merle Arnold Watonga Glenn Avery Ponca City James Barnett Ponca City Larry Bartley Sand Springs Phillip Bemen Ponca City Steve Benefield Fairfax Ivah Benn Ponca City Cletus Blubaugh Ponca City Buddy Bowker Kaw City Michael Briggs Blackwell Richard Brook Cresant Jerry Brown Ponca City Danny Burns Ponca City Curtis Bush Ponca City Gary Carney Blackwell Jimmy Casey Ponca City William Chapman Ponca City Larry Chappell Shidler Michael Coen Ponca City Robert Colvin Ponca City Evlyn Cone Ponca City Don Cookson Ponca City Cecil Craig Billings Michael Crismon Ponca City Ruth Ann Davenport Ponca City Ed Dowty Ponca City Ronald Druse Ponca City Robert Dyden Ponca City Dallas Ellis Blackwell Mary Fawcett Ponca City Marion Fredricks Ponca City Weldon Frieling Tonkawa Phillip Fudge Ponca City Donnie Fuss Pawnee Lawrence Gales Ponca City Sammy Garlett Ponca City Ronald Gerdes Tonkawa William German Tulsa James Gibson Medford Troy Giles Ponca City Jane Goss Perry Joseph Gray Ponca City Jaylyn Haden Deer Creek Dickie Hankins Ponca City Joe Harveson Shidler Gary Hardwick Lamont Jerry Harris Ponca City Turla Harris Blackwell Richard Haworth Fairfax Linda Heaggy Ponca City Janis Hedges Perry Alice Hedrick Blackwell James Hef lin Arkansas MORE SCDPHOMORES .... Christine Henkel Tonkawa Sid Hester Ponca City Bill Hill Ponca City Bobby Hill Blackwell Neil Hoecker Blackwell Ralph Hudgins Tonkawa Larry Hutchinson Bartlesville Clark Iaynes Ponca City Patrick Lafferty Enid Verleen League Blackwell Prentice LeClair Ponca City Bonnie Lowny Ponca City Alberto Luno Venezuela Mary Madderra Ponca City Michael Malone Ponca City Jerry Marlar Ponca City Darryl Martin Ponca City Pat Marks Ponca City Jerrel Maxwell Tulsa Larry Mayers Tonkawa Gene Miller Ponca City Rick Minkler Ponca City Jim Mitchell Ponca City William Moon Blackwell Richard Musser Tonkawa Albert Myers Tonkawa Gary McClaskey Ponca City Robert McClung Ponca City Donald McCollum Newkirk Cecil McCoy Lindsy Ruth McGraw Perry Linda McKeever Ponca City Dwaine Orr Ponca City Richard Paden Ponca City Terry Pameticky Ponca City Gerald Peterson Tonkawa Tom Philps Ponca City Terry Prelesnick Tonkawa Carl Racklyett Ponca City Norman Reusser Deer Creek Bill Rigdon Blackwell Tom Ross Blackwell J. D. Shipman Ponca City David Shepard Ponca City Larry Simons Ponca City Kathey Sisney Blackwell Alan Smith Ponca City Jim Smith Perry Smith Linda Ponca City Jerry Stagner Ponca City Jack Streeter Ponca City Charles Tautfest Ponca City Velleta Towusond Ponca City Clance Turney Ponca City Gene Warner Ponca City Charles Wills Ralston Nv-X, NN. Ill! msn, 'La 51,8 M, W 4 ' " if s Q 'ji .fm '-if 1 3 Q 5. N , A S. fi , 5 , 'Y 7 3 M -4 QV J' O Charles Aldrich La mont Jimmy Alexander Newkirk Bonnie Angle Braman Bobby Appleman Ponca City Delila Arft Ponca City Merle Arnold Watonga Ian Asbury Tonkawa Diana Avery Covington Elizabeth Baker Shidler Sue Barber Blackwell Dwight Barnard Burbank Phyllis Barnett Blackwell 9 iw Roxy Beggs Medford John Belts Jefferson Steve Benefield Fairfax Byron Benha m Newkirk Beverly Bilyeu Pawnee Richard Birdsong Newkirk Chester Black La mom Dick Blackburn Ponca City Roger Blubaugli Ponca City Judy Bowetrc Hunter Phillip Bowman Newkirk Judy Bradley Ponca City We Larry Bradey Ponca City Marjorie Bradley Ponca City Karen Broomfield Ponca City Delona Brown Bartlesville Micky Brown Perry Sandy Brown Ponca City Marvin Brunken Garber Anne Bryan Ponca Cit Y M if 6 I Q ii, Carolyn Buhrman Tonkawa Donna Burns Newkirk Pam Burkett Tulsa Michael Cambell Ponca City Joe Carder Ponca City Kenneth Cathey Tonkawa Jacqueline Chain Hunter Karen Chaney Garber Donna Chappell Shidler Christa Chastain Oklahoma City Aby Chondhury Pakistan Francis Clark Perry Oi 7 Eugene Clayton Briegge Perry Ronnie Clodfelter Enid Steve Cockrell Ponca City Don Combrink Tonkawa Kay Conover Bartlesville Carol Cook Kaw City Sam Cooper Perry Marilyn Cornell Ponca City Charles Cox Ponca City William Craig Billings John Cross Hominy Pat Crowder Tonkawa Wftfff Ron Easky Ponca City Carolyn Eaton Ponca City Dianne Cunningham Enid Cella Dargel Hooker Sharon Deffner Ponca City Virginia Dewitt Hunnwell, Kansas Tommy Dolezal Perry Charles Driskill Now ata 1 ""'B1wag-Q. 'wwf :N-1 Roy Fowler Ponca City Amanda Freler Tonkawa James E11iott Fairfax Karen Elliot Blackwell Buddy Ellis Guthrie Fred Elston Pawnee John Esch Tonkawa N. Z. Farukh1 Pakistan 'W-Wm Jan Friesen Medford DOI11'1i8 Fuss Pawnee Carol Gage Ponca City Lawrence Gales Ponca City Mike Garrett Ponca City Larry Gay Tonkawa Sam Goldman Ponca City Gail Goodman Ponca City Donald Gosting Texas Jeane Greer Tonkawa Douglas Griffin Shidler Gary Griffin Shidler Carl Grizzle Newkirk Ronny Hall New Mexico Buddy Hamilton Oklahoma City Karen Hamilton Blackwell Lawrence Hamilton Oklahoma City Jerel Hansen Woodward Gary Hankins Eld or ado Larry Harlan Blackwell DeWayne Harney Ponca City Christina Harp Ponca City Doug Hartley New kirk Charles Hawkins Tonkawa nr' A-...fr q-Av j 'ffsf ' qyfowr Judy Hazelbaker Fairfax Kenny Hazen Fairfax James Hedges Perry Rex Hembree Lamont Carl Henderson Ponca City William Henderson Ponca City Hardy Higgins Blackwell Joe Hise Blackwell Byron Hodges Ponca City Melburn Hodges Blackwell Thomas Holder Garber Barbara Horinek Newkirk Janis Jones Tonkawa Patncla Jueschke Tonkawa Judy Howard Shidler Richard Hulett Eldorado Eric Isenberg Ponca City Linda Johndrow Hunter Don Johnson Guthrie LeRoy Johnson Ho miny Shelia Kelly Ponca City Roger Kenyon Hominy Don Kerr Webb City Rahim Kebritsaz Sand Springs Jeannie King Blackwell Wand Kllnger Kildare Jack Larimer Ponca City James Law Oklahoma City Derra LaWhon Billings Jim Ledbetter Ponca City Linda Lemon Blackwell Frankie LeForce Perry 'Q' as df' ,pw-W ,QM :ww , Pm' bw ,A l 4 Cleve Lewis Ponca City Linda Liles Tonkawa Ledavie Littlehoe Ponca City Janet Logab Deer Creek Donna Lyons Ponca City Marilyn Magers Oklahoma City Marjorie Mahoney Ponca City Bill Manniss Tulsa Mary Matlock Yale Marie Mc Neil Perry Charlotte McMahan Ponca City Jim McKeown Billings if 2 , Mike Mclnory Fairfax Edd McGough Ed mond Lyndol McGee Kansas Cecil McCoy Lindsay Mary Merhoff Newkirk Norma Merrill Blackwell Lois Miller Blackwell Ramona Minter Ponca City David Mowdy Ponca City Mike Mowdy Ponca City Gerry Mullins Blackwell Richard Musser Montana Harriett Mustain Oklahoma City Dennis Myers Blackwell Mary Nail Forker Homer Nicholson Nardin Nicholson Vincent Nardin Gary Ninemire Ponca City Michael O 'Brien Tulsa Pam O 'lxlealy Ponca City Dale OsBorn Ponca City Richard Paden Ponca City Marie Parks Blackwell James Parnell Tonkawa Sara Peterrnan Enid Clyde Pic kard Tonkawa John Pitts Ponca City Lynda Plahn Wakita Kay Plott Blackwell Iris Pohle Newkirk Charles Porter Glenc oe Gary Porter Ponca City Larry Rampey Broken Arrow Ruth Ramsey Ponca City Linda Ratliff RedRock Berry Rayburn Oklahoma City Jan Reid Blackwell Earline Rogers Stillw ater Ia mes Ross Ponca City Ivah Sanders Ponca City Buddy Sanders Tulsa Robert Savorgnan Venezuela Melvin Schoonover Ponca City Billy Shaffner Davenport Mike Shaklee Germany Jack Sharp Kansas Joan Shaver Oklahoma City Gloria Sheets Tonkawa 41 x W fl? Buddy Simmering Garber Tim Simmons Tonkawa Tina Simmons Tonkawa Grace Sine Perry Jim Smith Perry James Smith Perry Janie Spiva Shidler Mary Stevens Kaw City Berl Stinson Edmond Linda Stockton Braman Carolyn Stover Medford Sherri Struble Ponca City 1 c 43 ,,-1' new we im L-I 1 i Lauralee Taylor Tonkawa Paul Thomas Ponca City Sheila Thomas Tonkawa Ralph Throop Ponca City Lynda Timberlake Ponca City Sandra Tomblin Ponca City James Trenary Peckham Glenda Truhlar Medford Julia Truax Shidler Ronald Turner Hollis Franklin Van Orsdol Skedee Lynn Varner Blackwell Kathy Waldon Hominy Carolyn Ward Foraker Gerald Webb Hominy Duane West Ponca City Bob Whitworth La mont Glenn Wicke Deer Creek Sandra Wilhelm Fairfax David Willhite Broken Arrow 'US' K i S Y J sf Ion Yocam Ponca City Charles Wills Ralston Mary Wills Ralston Boyd Wilson Eldorado ' Cheryl Wilson Ponca City Eddie Wilson Davenport Laile Wilson Bramen Phillip Wulz Medford Margret Wyley Shidler Ronald Young Kansas CAMERA SHY FRE HME Loyd Adams Bill Bynum Ken Easterly Fairfax Connecticut Enid Gary Akers Jim Capeheart James Eyler Ponca City Ponca City Ralston Gary Allen Charles Chapman Danny Foas Ponca City Pawnee Medford Gary Alred Jack Choate Jack Frame Pawnllslla Tonkawa Ponca City Danni' Alnos Lynn Clark Danny Furr Blackwell Ponca Poteau lke Arnold virgn cune Virgil Geer l-'anaont P01103 City Blackwell Gary Aven D Gerald Coats Lester Gallgeli Ponoa CNY Ponca City Ponca City Nick Baafle. Dale chochran George Goad Ponca CIW Biackwen Ralston Ron Bacher Joe Congram Larry Goad Ponca CNY Ponca City RHISIOD Mike Ballard Dick Cook John Griffin Ponoa CllY Broken Arrow Ponca City Robert Barnes Vance Crisler Robert Griffith Fairfax Ponca City Ponca City Bob Barnett Bobby Davis Alfrd Hall Ponca Clly Ponca City Burbank Roo Beuffel Iric Davis Richard Hammond Blackwell Ponca City Tulsa Bally Blake Robert Davis Brian Harpster Perry Ponca City Ponca City Kenny Briant Charles Denney Danny Harris Ponce Clty Tonkawa Blackwell Bellllle BIOWUH David Denton Joe Harris Ponca Clty Blackwell Ponca City John Brunhoeber Ronald DeWitt Gene Harrod Ponca City Braman Pawnee Ray Buchanan Earnest Dolezahl Larry Hart Sapulpa Ponca City Blackwell Jimmy Burris Dennis Dronberger Frank Hawkins Sand Springs Ponca City Bradley Thom as Hedrick Blackwell Ronnie Hill Ponca City Gary Hines Oklahoma City Murray Hines Blackwell James Hobbs Braman Don Hope Ripley James Hopkins Ponca City Kurte Hudson Ponca City Paul Hudson Blackwell Pat Hybarber Shawnee Sam Jones Ponca City Myron Keller Ponca City Kenneth Kelley Ponca City James Keys Ponca City William Kirtpatrick Blackwell Melvin Kitchen Ponca City Gary Klofkorn Blackwell James Krey Fairmont Donald Lampe Ponca City James Legg Tonkawa Earl Laierer Ponca City Guy LeMonnier Ponca City Franklin Leroy Webb City Richard Lewis Ponca City William Lickliter Ponca City Roger Long Oklahoma City Bob Ludwig Ponca City Gary Manley Billings Jerry Mann Lamont Benjie Joe Mason Oklahoma City I am es Miller Ponca City John Motz Blackwell Da le Murphey Blackwell Jack Myers Uncas Ikey McCombs Newkirk Larry McCurry Ponca City Larry McMillan Fairview Sterling Nabours Ponca City David Neely Nowata Rick Nolen Tulsa Chuck Norman Ponca City James O'Meara Blackwell Thomas Pardee Ponca City Charles Parks Ponca City Gary Parli Morrison Richard Petrie Blackwell Dane Pryse Ponca City Larry Ram pey Broken Arrow Thomas Richardson Ponca City Phillip Robinson Ponca City Gary Robinson Hunter Bobby Rogers Tulsa Steve Rogers Ponca City Lance Rollins Cleveland Bruce Sample Tonkawa Arthur Saunders Ponca City David Shaw Ponca City Michael Shaw Ponca City Robert Shelton Ponca City Richard Sherrod Ponca City Clifford Sillers Blackwell James Simmons Ponca City Tom Lee Sipe Tonkawa Douglas Smith Tonkawa Homer Spaulding Ponca City Bert Stinson Red Rock Ronald Stoup Deer Creek David Tautfest Ponca City Rodney Toyer Blackwell James Trenary Peckham Stephen Vanselous Ponca City Glen Vaughan Hunter Don Walker Ponca City Derrel Ward Fairfax Carl White Pawhuska Eugene Williamson C legeland Mark Wyrick Fairfax Fred Zachary Blackwell Doris Alexander Perry Carol Astle Blackwell Pat Blubaugh Ponca City Anna Bradford Blackwell Charlotte Chandler Tonkawa Sally Chapman Ponca City Esther Clavin Billings Doris Henderson Ponca City Marylyn Hill Hominy Pauline Hise Tonkawa Donna Jones Blackwell Mary Keating Ponca City Gwendolyn King Tonkawa Lela Manley Billings Vicky Miller Ponca City Kathryn Mitchell Tonkawa Chris McCarty Newkirk Sandra McKay Ponca City Connie North Bartlesville Irene Plumer Ponca City Nancy Pulliam Ponca City Betty Si lvy Ponca City Dorothy Vandaqriff Tonkawa Ethel Walker Ponca City GYALTY Wim 'IW MARY HUBBARD WI , H M- A V R LI D-UP TTENDAN S The Annual Staff nominated six boys and six girls active on campus and deserving of special recognition. Their pictures were sub- mitted to MISS OKLAHOMA, Cheryl Semratl, who selected our annual royalty. 37' if mw,,,,,,-M KATHY SMITH AND RON PRYOR 4' f 2 'ff ,, -f l'V' "" I , , ,r, fil. , 2 5 ii, V Qi ' zaiii H 'R I le rr, : SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS I I I F ,i 1 1 1 Y , , TINA SIMMONS AND BILL MANISS FRESIIMAN ATTENDANTS HCMECCMING ATTENDANTS r if Ar 4 . x "" - M : A if ' , Mn g wi J 7 4 Q 4 , 'lat . 7 :gf f A 1- A, , , F ,wg , fi' ' . -V gg? 5541? , L 1 ,- , i W: V , K s,.f 1 'High fir ' ,gm . f . k ' ff , M. 'vi K 4, 'ff - k h Q. Y Ein ? " V faq' V xv' ' , A - 'Jn 1' A 'X 'N is A , F49 N '- h H M , if 3 '. ' Q 5 1 V' X: . ,wiy mgff . K . KL M Q' A Q, is ,QQ-v Y ' - X-5:4 V Lal Af, 3 3. ,se wg, 4 jp, iff 4. ,ji J A 52 if E' .N M14 i f QV V, ,iz 15' if 'f 9 'S W, Afgx f' 5 5: 'Wi wr kv' ., 2 4" 3 Q Gfff Q, wx my fe' MX ,jf if ii MW ,ff ,Q we 4 may 5' Jfff 5 4 ,pf , , f . if k 5 4 K l A A W, , M 1 gage 'ff H 3, xg, 1 We 14- .M in 1 444,15 , .gf f , I, ' 2.1, ,Lf 4 , . As Q, .aww My 7 V 1:1 nf' , 7142 xiii' W Q U E E LINDA zAvoDNY " sopuomoms QUEEN M... . ..A...4MgQ,L4m,,. Dianne Wehrle Mary Lou Mills Ag Club B. S. U. CAMPU QUEE S Carol Hartley Engmeers Club Judy Stockton Kay Plott Easterling Hall Freshman Class Lauralea Taylor Markley Hall Pam Burkety: 'O' Club Karen Bush Radio Club J an Reid Thesplan Verleen League Mafiwn H111 Republican Threlkeld Hall TTEN I anis Hedges Ag Club Pat Marks Easterling Hall Kathy Smith Ag Club Linda Liles B. S. U. D w Lynda Timberlake Easterling Hall ANTS T Patsy Henkel B. S. U. Tina Simmons Engineer Club THE QUEENS I an Asbury Freshman Class Donna Perry Sophomore Class Sue Barber Freshman Class Mary Hubbard Sophomore Class Carol McCombs Razzettes Christa Chastain 'O ' Club Jeannie King Razzettes M I S S N OJ C Linda Zavodny EASTERLING HALL SWEETHEART Christa Chastain and Escort ROU D-U P ROYALTY Mary Hubbard, Donna Perry, Tina Simmons, Kathy Smith, Christa Chastain and Judy Howard were candidates nominated for Round-up Queen. Nominated for King, were Bo Kesner, Ron Pryor, Tom Myatt, Ron Turner, Bill Maniss, Bruce Harkins. They were nominated by the an nual staff and selected by MISS OKLAHOMA. . X... ,, .. . ..... A - :f.f...-ww.-. -1 .. L. - 1 -- ' ,ai - W Q S5 X W Mfsrwkk , . XNXQ N X Wi NSE BMX wb vb ww X H - . -fsi-2 251 ' :Qi S5253 .fx QQ V32 X TUDE T SENATE The Student Senate operates under and enforces the Constitution and regulates campus activities. The representa tives are elected by the Freshmen and Sophomore classes in the spring of each year. Judith and Donna will long remember Nov. 12, 1963. President. Vice. Pres. . . Secretary. Treasurer Sponsors . OFFICERS . - Linda Zavodny . Tom Myatt . Karen Bush . Donna Perry Miss Ramsey Mr. Appleman Mr. McCoy PRESIDE TI LCOUNCIL Republican Club Mike Garrett Wesley Foundation Tom Sipe Sophomore Class Kathy Smith Engineers Club Dale Osborn Razettes Mary Nemechek Ag Club Ralph Hudgins Easterling Hall Sylvia Crockett "O" Club Steve Neal STUDENT BODY Ron Pryor Freshman Class Gary Ninemire G CLUB In addition to the rodeo activities at the NOJC arena, the club participates in parades, trail rides and campus activities. For the enjoyment of the members they hold jackpot ropings and parties in the form of dances as well as picnics. They are tough to begin with. President. Vice Pres. Sec. Treas. . Queen . . Sponsor . OFFICERS o . Ralph Hudgins Raymond Tipton . . . Janis Hedges Dianne Wehrle , James Marsh E GI EERS CLUB 6 4, X, Q an Qi . as WS,-51f.:5g: .if 7 f.,f , K, , of "Building for Tomorrow" is the club's official motto. Among the club's activities are Homecoming parade float, ballgame concessions, money raising drives, climaxed by annual spring trip to some point of engineering interest. President Vice. Pres. . . Secretary Sponsors . Queen . . OFFICERS . . Keith Wilson . . Dale Osborn . . Bill Maniss Mr. McCown Mr. Appleman Mr. Wardell Carol Hartley Everyone has their own opinion about the pins to be ordered. THESPIANS The Thespian Club entertains the campus with one dramatic presentation each semester. ln December they presented the play "Hansel and Gretel. " Outstanding members ol' the Thespians are selected to Delta Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity. OFFICERS President. . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . Queen . . Sponsor . . . Mr. . Judy Long . Karen Bush .Kathy Waldon . Jan Reid Gerald Burson R DIO CLUB The college radio, KMAV, is operated by Radio Club members. Pictured above are: Frank LeRoy, Carl Henderson, Larry Brady, Marilyn Hill, Lawrence Hamilton, and Kathy Waldon. OFFICERS President and Station Manager . . . . . . HardieHiggins Vice-President . . . . . Tom Dolezal Secretary-Treasurer .... Derrla Dolezal Queen ............. Karen Bush Sponsor . . . Mr. Gerald Burson BAPTI T TLIDE TU I0 The Baptist Student Union is a campus organization of students with Baptist preference. The members gather in the BSU Center southwest of the campus every day at 12:30. Rev. and Mrs. Henkel are also active in helping the group. The BSU float was selected as third place in the annual Homecoming Parade. President . . . .Don Combrink V-President. . . . . Patsy Henkel Secretary-Tr. . . .Charlotte Chandler Sponsor . . . Mr. Nye Queen . . . . Mary Lou Mills A part of the BSU devotions is singing hymns. WESLEY FDU DATIO Wesley Foundation, sponsored by Miss Cawood, is designed for students with Methodist preference but all students are welcome to the meetings. President . . Vice-President Secretary-Tr. . . Sponsor . Queen . . . .Tom Sipe Gloria Sheets Donna Burns Miss Cawood Donna Burns A few members gather round the piano for a song or two at one of their monthly meet- ings. 4 if g...,,.....,..,, RAZZETTE The girls add their enthusiasm to the games, pep rallies, and general school spirit. Sylvia Crockett, Laura Taylor, Jan Asbury, Carol Hartley President Vice. Pres. . . Sec. Treas. . . Sponsors , Queen . . OFF IC ERS Mary Nemechek . . Jeannie King . . . Janie Spiva . . . Miss Kennedy Miss Cawood Mrs. Clark Sylvia Crockett QQ if O-Club is an association of people who have won an athletic award in sports. Following qualifica- tions, the athlete is approved by the athletic council. New members are initiated each spring. OFFICERS President . . . . . Steve Neal Vice. Pres. . . . . Gary Cleveland Sponsors . . . . . Mr. Canaday Mr. Kirtley Queen . . . . Pam Burkett It's a muddy scramble. MAVETTE ii? 3, The Mavettes strike a pose for the camera as they rehearse a routine on Maverick Field, Miss Kennedy, sponsor, appears with the girls and is kneeling at the left side of the picture. , wi, , V Q The Mavettes presented routines at home games during football season. The Mavettes of NOJC represent the college in marching and precision drill performance at our campus and across the state of Oklahoma. They ap- peared in homecoming parades at Northwestern and at OSU. The Mavettes was organized in 1958 and has a membership of over thirty Northern coeds. They spend many hours in practice on their routines. If t OF QJC THE PRIDE OF NORTHERN Miss Navona Kennedy, a graduate of Northern herself, is completing her first year as instructor of the Mavettes. ln addition to Miss Kennedy, other sponsors of the girls drill team are Dr. V. R. Easterling and Dean Pearl Ramsey. Kathy Waldon, Hominy freshman, was Mavette Queen and she was elected attendant to Home- coming Queen. kp W, These 4 girls are pictured doing one of the many active routines. REPUBLICAN CLUB The N. O. J. C. Republican Club a newly organized group on our campus this year. Many important political speakers have met and discussed political questions with the club. President Mike with Queen Verleen President . V-President Sec.. . . . Treasurer . Queen . . Sponsor . . . Mike Garrett . Charles Parks Patty Jueschke . . Jan Asbury Verleen League . . . Mr. Nye STUDE T gms Sid Hester and the Rebs have been a popular student combo furnishing the music for many dances. If Soloist Iuna Lee Hastings Numerous students have represented local civic groups. E TERTAI ERS The NOJC stage band has provided the program for the college formally and informal- 'lyg the girls' trio and soloists are frequently called upon to present entertainment from NOJC. Girls' Trio: Juna Lee Hastings, Sharon Hubbell, Mary Lou Mills, Pianist: Patsy Henkel. Soloist Charlotte Chandler BAD The NOIC Band, under direction of Mr. Ray The stage band was formed to entertain at Morgan, in his first year at Northern, has twenty- campus and local activities. They also added to two members this year. NOJC pep assemblies. Preparations are under way to raise funds for a trip to the World's Fair in New York next fall or to the Sugar Bowl, January 1, 1965. Brass Section Woodwind Section Accompanist . n Dorothy Mallory Percussron Section CHORA L asrrrr The Choral Club presents music for campus activities and at civic organizations, both as a group and with solos and ensembles. The director is Mr. Ray Morgan. Main activity of the Choral Club this year was presenting the "Messiah" in conjunction with vocalists in the surrounding area Their presentation was met with many favorable reviews. M VERICK STAFF The Journalism students that write and report for the "Maverick. " It is published every two weeks It was recently winner of the OCPA Best Newspaper. Editors Jan and Dale Editors. . . . .Jan Asbury Dale Moore Reporters ......... Karen Bush, Vicki Miller, Kay Conover, Verleen League, Jimmie Smith, Sylvia Crockett, Charles Parks. Photographer . . . .Don Gosting Faculty Advisors. . . . John Griffith, Clyde Williams RGUTN D -UP STAFF Some of the Round-Up Staff members who have helped produce this yearbook. The Round-Up is published every other year. Editor . . Sales Manager Administration and Classes . Royalty . . Organizations Activities . . Sports . . . Photographer, Sponsors . . . . . Linda Zavodny . . .Ruth Hobaugh , , Sherri Struble Cheryl Wilson Linda Timberlake . . . . Anita Fowler Judy Stockton . . .Dixie Holman Louise Hall . . . . Karen Bush . . Charles Driskill Jarel Hansen , , Don Gosting , . , John Griffith Clyde Williams Doyle McCown Editor Linda EASTERLI G M3 The women's dormitory at NOJC is named in honor of the President, Dr. V. R. Easterling. It was added to the campus in 1955 and a new west wing was completed for the 1961 semester. Santa makes his annual visit to the girls dorm. I, ,ff Q Dorm Family: Mr. and Mrs. Appleman, Jimmy and Jeanie. HALL OFFICERS:--President, Sylvia Crockettg Vice President, Kay Plottg Secretary, Lynda Timberlakeg Treasurer, Judy Stocktong Sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Appleman, Miss Kennedyg Queen, Judy Stockton. -Q 3 A X ,at is s S S so Qsi if . fsigg I is y wk X Q! S K gk 3 - S 1 ,. y ' X yi b is ' N dbz: ix :Tv Sk .QL .h N . Q Z A .,s,h gk 1 S 1 M if was i n ' - 'if-rQ'i P ,,' N1 ' . . 'Y"'-"vK6'L.."' 'S 3 Q yzgxx Y Q ,Fr . - , X X , ..s. , 5 h xx Z K . gzf fz Y, 5 9 I . S - "ff2'EJ9 34 1 1 5 f , an h S 5 SSS' ' am: xg S i' 6 Q ,QL lui 9 . S S ssss hss..,ss sss. s,s.,,s , S ,ci f ,ijfgsssso in lf' E Assistant Hostess ss.s iikas-.. . li ' Miss Kenned . . . Y Looks hke an epidemic. THRELKELD HALL Qlsblxk af- K fl, v ,.'q .-ELL N 1, ,Fi ll if X f l OFFICERS:--President, Gene fMooseJ Williamsong Vice President, Tom Myattg Secretary-Treasurer, Cecil McCoyg Queen, Marilyn Hill. J Will he eat through his hand too? The Kirtleys at hom e: Clane, Kurt, Mrs Kirtley, Mike and Gary funder the tablel. , , I ,ff- i MARKLEY HALL Markley Hall was constructed in 1939 and named after Robert James Markley, the first Oklahoman who lost his life at Pearl Harbor before World War II. Pres . . . V-Pres. . . Sponsors . . Queen . . Sec-Treas . . . . . . Bo Kesner . . . Bill Maniss . . . Ed German Mr. 85 Mrs, Piper Mr. McCown . Lauralea Taylor Wheeler, Dealer Parentsg Mr. fUnclej Doyle McCown Mrs. and Mr. Piper Aren't we talented! ! The center of attention at the Easterling Hall Homecoming Tea was Jeanie Appleman. SNA S MAVERICK Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! I 4' J' KW-K -.N ,.kk MNA' ,am FX - 34 TK! il... f -B ' Q ' N new 1 wi.. Km,-2. ' W iii-mln, ,v i,.- . -1 f ,gf A v . - , A ,. W .LLL Q . K y QF. . - . J, 1 Jfwk ' L E, i P . bw- -" Pu Q Q A , 7 V' xiii' XXL . 'I 0 535 x. v fu 1 In ' 'WE f 'sf 59 J zffisrfk, .K I r 'NE wall-M -ww .qw 254.3 - ,fy Y . ' in-sQ.s"Umuf,,,W ..,..,QW , X-wk M f -uw-was! ws- L.-Q U QX1.,.,,Q,,. -W., "'0'iKr-fpncw 'N' 'Q-vxm. H 'M xg.- Ns: ..1.X.,.,.wN Advisor McCoy helps a future student select his classes and set up his schedule. Enrollment gave us the chance to meet new friends and tour the campus. E RCDLLME T Even at enrollment we just couldn't seem to get away from those teachers as they subconsciously made plans for these future students. A natural part of enrollment is standing in line and this one forms at the Finance Office. It LOOKS like an Ag club pledge, it SMELLS like an Ag club pledge, it MUST BE an Ag club pledge! I ITI TIC "Ag-worms", "Ag-roaches", and "Ag-aggies" The traditional Ag Club initiation took place for three days on NOIC campus. During this time the gaily bedecked pledges roamed the campus at the mercy of the full-fledge members. They looked forward to shining cowboy boots, collecting auto- graphs, and other such educational activities. She's cute Gary, but what's her name? The initiation came to a clim ax the third evening at a street dance Qpictured at the rightj. But the grand finale for the pledges took place at the Corral after the dance at which time the pledges "initiated" the members. HCDMECCDMI G All campus organizations are represented here by their queens. Each girl vied for homecoming queen. Miss Linda Zavodny, sophomore from Perry, reigned as '63 Homecoming Queen during the annual Home coming activities. Chosen as her attendants were Kathy Waldon, Hominy freshman, and Sylvia Crockett, Ponca City, sophomore. MEMQRIE 9 'N i mg' vi'- The Homecoming Queen, Linda Zavodny, was featured on a float built by the fresh- man and sophomore classes. Her attend- ants were posed on either side. It was action all the way at NOJC with the "Mav- ericks in Action" 1963 homecoming celebration. The homecoming agenda included a morning coffee, an assembly, a luncheon, an afternoon tea, a downtown parade, a football game and a post-game dance. Campus float entries other than the prize win- Second prize went to the Razzettes for their action theme "Kick to Victory". Razzette attendants Jeanie King and Sue Cook adorn- ed their float. Engineer Queen Carol Hartley, of Kildare adorns her club's float which earned first place. ners were the Radio-Thespian Club float captioned "Military History" and the Ag Club action float sym- bolizing the Maverick victory over OMA. Elements adding color and gaiety to the parade were: the Jaycee Jaynes float, the Mavettes drill team, a procession of campus queens, clowns, a shrill piercing steam whistle and seven marching bands. "Mavs at Worship" was the theme of the third prize winning float sponsored by the Baptist Student Union. CDJC Phillip Hansen did a one man portrayal of the " Rebels". Cheerleaders and Razzettes cheer the de- parting boys to victory as they leave for OMA. Ranging from rousing pep a s s e m b li e s to educational programs, the assemblies play a major role in the NOJC curriculum. Mrs. Mabel Strange, home economics in- structor, shows slides and explains her trip around the world. ASSEMBLIE It looks like ring-around-the-rosy, but it's really NOJC students having a pep assembly. Q. .. 1 wa, SADIE H WKINS At the left Freddie El- ston is chosen unanimously as having the prettiest legs. On the right a sextet of NOJC instructors entertain the students at the assembly. What do you m ean Nair? I Just gOt . . . And our group had 20070 fewer cavities. a Toni! ! Sponsored by the Student Senate, the day's agenda included an assembly featuring a slave sale, Climaxing Sadie Hawkins Day was the coronation of Mari- lyn Hill as Daisy Mae and Nick Baade as Lil' Abner at the dogpatch dance. In the background at the right is the greased pole climb. ln the girls' pole climb Pam Q'Mealey, Judith LaRue, and Karen Bush tied for first place. First place in the boy's pole climb went to Gary Cleve- land and Frank LeRoy. a dogpatch melodrama, and faculty Lil' Abner and Daisy Mae contest. Miss Cawood vies for the faculty Daisy But we thought it was recess. Mae at the Sadie Hawkins assembly. v ANSEL AN GRETEL Twas the night before the play, and all through the auditorium not an actor knew his lines. D i r e c t e d by Mr. Gerald Burson, speech instructor. CHARACTERS Hansel . , . Ken Whittenburg Gretel l I ,,,, Ian Reid Stepmother ..,, Verleen League Father. , , , , Charles Parks Miss White Cat Witch Wicked . . . Katherine . . Helga . . . Fredricka . . Johann . Peter . . Fritz . . . . Iris Pohle Kathy Waldon . Marilyn Hill Christina Harp Evelyn McNeil Rodney Troyer . Paul Hoecker . Carl Grizzle But, Gretel, to eat the witch would be cannibalism! No, Hansel, you cannot come out and play with Gretel. Glenda, Jackie, and Grace help compliment the refreshment table. Mr. and Mrs. Kirtley enjoy the dancing and music as much as the students. "Sleigh Bells Ring" was the theme for the formal Christmas Prom sponsored by the sophomore class. A ski lodge setting was planned for the lobby and the dance section simulated an outdoor scene. Music was presented by the "Impressions" band from Norman. LEIGH BELL RI G Who's dancing with who? "Smile, Bo, they're taking our picture gi 'sz . H .r K 'Xie L r Easterling girls and their pets pose for the camera. Christmas found Northern covered with a velvet white blanket of snow. X 0 NCAMPU 3 T ORTHER wwmbb' T611 us, Ron .... N. 0.1. C. 's best assembly. if 'if 4-Zffifgik 4 xii?" . 1-ga J 3 ORT f X 1 e in FOCDTB LL A.-' ,W ,, 1 , CO -CAPTAINS Bo Kosher Cleveland-HB Ron Pryor L'x'i11e, Ky. -QB COACHING STAFF Kirtley End Coach Canaday Head Coach McCoy Line Coach MAVERICK ROSTER Bill Craig Jarel Hansen Jerry Mann Billings--QB Woodward--QB Lamont--HB Fred Elston Marvin Brunken Dave Neely Pawnee--HB Garber--HB Nowata--FB Ray Buchanan Rick Nolen Chuck Hawkins Sapulpa-HB Tulsa--HB W'ford--HB Buddy Sanders Tulsa- -T Jim Smith Stillwater- -T Jim McKeown E. Williamson Billings--T Cleveland--T . ff' Bob Rogers Jim Burris Tulsa- T Sand Springs--T Mike o'Brien Gary Cleveland Frank LeRoy Tulsa--E Woodward--E Webb CifY"E Charles Driskill Ronnie Hall Tom Myatt Nowata--C Tucumcari--C Newkirk--G S Dick Cook Ron Turner Donnie Fuss Broken Arrow--G Hollis--G Pawnee--G Lance Rollins Tim Simmons George Sims Cleveland--G Tonkawa--G Ponca City--G 4 ww 4 4 i ' l Tommy Holder Danny Furr Cecil McCoy Garber- -E Poteau--E Lindsay--E A Northern Connors Northern Eastern A SL M Northern Ark City Northern Murray Northern O. M. A. Northern Connors Northern Eastern A 8: M Northern Murray Dennis Myers Blackwell- -E Northern O. M.A. I've got you now. Watch that man in the grass. Just one step away I'11 fix him. BASKETBALL MAVERICKS M e e. K Y . , Steve Red Riel fa , Q.. Bill Maniss Tulsa MAVERICK CAGERS Buddy Ellis Danny Furr Guthrie Poteau -I X - J X. 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