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Show Hide text for 1981 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 376 of the 1981 volume: “ I TM. ; Tav. POTPOURRI 1981 Northwestern State University Natchitoches, Louisiana WWUVUIMWB ail photos - boudreaux Old and New - Together for Progress The NSU campus presented a curious blend of old and new. From the stately columns of the Bullard mansion to the Gothic grandeur of Caldwell Hall, the campus echoed its past. More modern struc- tures, such as the Recrea- tion Complex, the Field House, and the Student Union, and the moderniza- tion steps taken for the Fine Arts Building in 1981 were marks of NSU ' s progress toward the future. •1 mmm u |) B 1 m all photos - boudreaux ■ • 4 m 1 Natchitoches Home Away From Home Quiet, narrow streets, tall oaks, and the gentle Cane River worked together to provide a peaceful backdrop for life at NSU. Founded in 1714, Nat- chitoches had grown by 1981 to a city of approx- imately 21,000 citizens. A small, but growing com- munity, Natchitoches sup- ported the NSU Demons through the years with con- certs on the riverbank, homecoming dances and parades downtown, and crowds for home football games. of Louisiana 3 Cane Rr rounding area all photos - boudreaux And School Begins all photos - boudreaux Unpacking . . . W :kie design lessons ind the parties . . . ies . . . Never drink . . . places to go and see . . . REGISTRATION . . . what confusion! . . . which side to fill out? . . . where to find cards? . . . ID ' s . . . more parties NSU Demons Get Around ■ fcw K _ ■ 1 4 j E KE B|5i ilia RXJ . . . And the Rains Came all photos - boud reaux NSU Smorgasbord The NSU Student Services office of- fered three meal plans for students liv- ing on the Natchitoches campus. The 5-day and 7-day meal plans provided for three meals a day in Iberville Cafeteria. Steak nights, midnight breakfasts, picnic dinners, and other menu. Students buying variable meal tickets were able to eat at Iberville Cafeteria, the Student Union, or the Recreation Complex Snack Bar. The dining facilities were the center of social life for Northwestern Students. How to Avoid Boredom - Daytime 1 Students play soltball on the grounds of NSU Laboratory School. 2. A soccer play enjoys an unusual sport on the NSU car A baseball game provides a release fro and studying. Classes were a large pr " the students ' daily scheauies, but time was always put aside for some fun. If the weather v nice, there were many oppor- tunities to enjoy outdoor life. Chaplan ' s Lake was a perfect place to study in the sun. Ten- nis, horseback riding, frisbee, and jogging were some of the ways NSU students escaped the dull routine of class now . . . homework later. photos - boudreaux How to Avoid Boredom - Nighttime When students found free " ne after spending the afternoon playing, they look to the Natchitoches night life to provide entertainment. Although many students were fond of complaining about the iack of evening entertainment, there was usually some activity worth staying up for. Sporting events and concerts were popular and heavily attended, but when no uch events were planned, many NSU students found themselves at one of the lounges or discos in the area. all photos - boudreaux Cubicle Sweet Cubicle photos - boudreaux Spirit Alive and Well at NSU i 4». 1? _ V V J. VY - fidHt J .rV 4 ,1! - I — H 11 11 • . u the W W vr . • i 1 : l?-r7«_ Ml -.10- 51 • S t it Is This the Real World? Northwestern was not a sterile laboratory. It was a place where students took their classroom learning and applied it to the real world. NSU students spent each day in con- tact with each other, and thus they learned to communicate. They spent each day in explora- tion, and thus t hey learned to discover. They spent each day in control, and thus they learned to be confident. all photos - boudreaux Where Do I Go From Here? r years of ex- ition, Northwestern id places to go. NSU was only a stopping place on the way to a future, but the time spent here was important because the NSU student learn- ed to communicate ... to discover . . . to I But above all, he learned to Contents Events 36 Honors 66 Academics 90 Athletics 166 . ■ : ■ Greeks 248 Organizations .288 Events Crystal Gayle February 26, 1980 Michael Murphy October 8, 1980 Gene Cotton April 15, 1980 Texas Tradition December 6, 1980 A is f fc r i — mmmwmmmam State Fair — A Week of Demon Spirit Northwestern State University students par- ticipated, beginning October 13, in week long activities leading to the annual TECH football game at State Fair Stadium in Shreveport. State Fair activities began Monday with State Fair Saloon, a western-style party, and a mid- night breakfast in Iberville Dining Hall. Tues- day ' s schedule included Cheerleader Day in the dining hall and a " Meet the Demons " party at the NSU Recreation Complex. The annual football game between NSU and TECH SGA teams was held Wednesday in Ruston. Thursday was designated Demon colors T- shirt Day, and a mini rally was held at the Cane River Company. m m.- m S lin- K. r A i L ln Kj ' l sff J y ! 1 r mj 3 Hrz w 1 NSU students share good times at the State Fair. 2 Demon tan " hula-hoops " at Cheerleader Day 3. Crowd gathers at the Cane River Company mini rally. 4. Demons en oy the Louisiana State Fair Most of the State Fair Week activities for Friday and Saturday were conducted in Shreveport. A pep rally for NSU students and alumni was held Friday at Northwest- em ' s Shreveport nursing campus. Shreveport Mayor Bill Hanna hosted a brunch for NSU and TECH students and administrators Saturday in the Shreveport Conven- tion Center, and the annual " Rally in the Alley " program in Shreve Square started at noon. Dianna Kemp of Haughton coordinated State Fair Week activities for the NSU Student Government Association 1. Students gather at the annual Shreve Square " Rally in the Alley. " 2. SUGB mem- ber clowns around at the State Fair Saloon. 3. SGA members serve at the State Fair midnight breakfast. Demons Celebrate Homecoming NSU ' s ninety-sixth Homecoming celebration climaxed on November 8 when the Demons squared off against the Nic- holls State Colonels. The Demons ' victory on Saturday was in keeping with a week full of success. The week ' s activities included an SGA sponsored Blood Drive on Tuesday. A unique and refreshing concert and slide presentation, " I Saw The Wind, " sponsored by SUGB, took place on Wednesday. Thursday was highlighted by a presen- tation on psychic phenomena that was conducted by Ed and Lorraine Warren and included a showing of the motion pic- ture " The Amityville Horror. " As the weekend arrived, stu- dents were bombarded with activities in which they could participate. Friday ' s events included fishing, golf, and tennis tournaments, one- and five-mile fun runs, and a banner parade which presented the Queen and her court and ended with a dance on the riverfront. Saturday dawned clear and unseasonably warm to offer perfect weather for the 2:00 p.m. game. Pre-game activities included a performance of the NSU Demon Marching Band and the Old Timers Band. The Queen and her court and NSU Hall of Fame members were presented at half-time. The week ended Saturday night with an Alumni-sponsored dance featuring formers of the Northwestern stage band, the Demonaires, and past and present members of the NSU Entertainers. 1 Demon cheerleaders cover the Bud Car in the Banner Parade. 2. Ed Warren explains psychic phenomena in his presentation which included " The Amityville Horror. IE " 8? 1. Dianna Kemp and the other members of the court practice in less than per- feet attire. 2. Queen Alison Breazeale is crowned during half-time festivities. 3. Mark Thompson provides music for Bob Jamieson ' s slide presentation. Freshmen Get an " Inside View " Serving as counselors for the three Inside View sessions were ten NSU students known as Insiders. Row 1: Barbara Gillis. Inside View co-chairman; Tony Hernandez, Cheryl Corkran. Jim McKellar. Kristy Towry, Agatha Newitt. Inside View co-chairman. Row 2: Ginger Gates, Diane Adams, Norma Carillo. Row 3: Roger Rolon, Mairus McFarland, Anna Cloutier, Danny Seymour, Inside View co-chairman. Inside View sessions were conducted June 25-27, July 9-11, and July 20-22 to give new students an opportunity to become acquainted with university lite and to participate in advance registration for the fall semester. Student leaders at Northwestern served as counselors for Inside View, a program designed to allow freshmen not only to select fall classes and pre-register, but also to examine educational and vocational interests and goals and to become acquainted with NSU ' s academic programs and extra-curricular activities. Inside View ses- sions included placement testing, a parents ' program, social activities, campus tours, academic information, registration for the fall semester, and an introduction to residence hall life. 1. Student receives advice and counseling from Mr. Franklin Presson. 2. Darrell Cluck performs a humorous monologue for the Uniting Ministries in Higher Education. 3 Mairus McFarland enter- tains incoming freshmen. 4. Students introduce themselves by playing the M M game. S Cotton Is King at Folk Festival The unique multi-cultural heritage of North-Central Louisi- ana was emphasized at the first Natchitoches Folk Festival June 28-29, 1980 in Prather Coliseum at Northwestern State University. A wide variety of traditional music, crafts and eth- nic foods was presented during the event sponsored by the Louisiana Folklife Center at NSU to give the public an insight into the many cultures that have made this region so histori- cally rich. In addition to the musical programs, exhibits and demonstrations of ethnic foods, dress, arts and crafts, the festival focused attention on the cotton industry. 7. Festival coordinator Dr. Donald Hatley examines a primitive cotton gin. 2. Vernon Parish square-dancers perform for a crowd. 3. Band member performs with an unu- sual instrument. 4. Michael Doucett shows his talent on the fiddle. 5. Dennis Elliott plays the banjo in a Folk Festival performance. 1. John Delafose, Zodico musician, entertains attendants of the Folk Festival. 2. George Ellis pauses from his ragtime piano playing. 3. Winnie Conant flashes a winning smile. 4. Bert Boyd, NSU Professor, demonstrates the making of an ox yoke. 5. Ellen Trichell shows how to knit a fish net. 6. A weary Folk Festival patron takes a break. Natchitoches Christmas Festival December 6, 1980 1 Celebrants crowd the bridge over the Cane River 2 Jacki Giesey. a majorette in the NSU Demon Band, performs with the band during the parade 3. Ski Team members ride on the float during the parade. 1. Lome Greene, Grand Marshall of the Christmas Festival, gives a cheerful smile and a wave to parade viewers. 2. Stacia Caldwell, Miss Lady of the Bracelet, rides atop a float in the parade. Ashley Montagu March 12, 1980 Ashley Montagu, the famed anthropologist who wrote the book, " The Elephant Man: A Study in Human Dignity, " spoke March 12, 1980 at Northwestern State University. Montagu ' s book provided the inspiration for " The Elephant Man, " the overwhelming Broadway favorite of 1979 which earned the New York stage pro- duction the Tony Award for " best play " and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. In his popular book, Montagu recounts the life of John Merrick, who from childhood was grotesquely deformed and spent most of his short life as a cir- cus freak, then surprisingly was taken up by Victorian England drawing room society. The promi- nent anthropologist was the author of more than forty books. Gary Snyder April 14-18, 1980 Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder, considered one of the outstanding contemporary American writers, partici- pated in a four-day residency at Northwestern State Univer- sity. Snyder, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1974 for a volume of poetry entitled " Turtle Island, " served in residence at Northwestern through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and sponsorship by the NSU Distinguished Lec- ture Series. Snyder ' s first presentation was on Monday, April 14, when he lectured on " Wilderness and Chinese Thought, " and on Tuesday he spoke on " Zen Practice. " Two sessions with Snyder occurred on Thursday. He lec- tured on " Buddhist Thought and Creativity " and conducted a workshop on creative writing. 1. Ashley Montagu speaks with Vicki Williams, student chairman for the Distinguished Lec- ture Series 2. Gary Snyder reads poetry during his four-day residency. Richard Scammon September 15, 1980 Dr. Richard M. Scammon, director of the Elections Research Center in Washington, D.C., examined the candidates, campaigns and effects of the 1980 presidential election on September 15 when he opened the 1980 Fall Semester Distinguished Lecture Series at Northwestern State University. Parties, Per- sonalities, and programs involved in the November 4 elections were discussed during the address, which was followed by a question and answer session. The opening speaker in the Distinguished Lecture Series had been director of the Elections Research Center since 1955, except for a four-year leave to serve as director of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Scammon was chief of the U.S. Department of State ' s Division of Research for Western Europe for seven years before being named Elections Research Center director. The Elections Research Center ' s first and only director, Scammon was nationally recognized as an elections expert with considerable influ- ence on Washington newsmen and political bosses who relied on his conclusions. 1. Richard Scammon pauses in thought over a question. 2. Scammon speaks with Cliff Lopez, Student Government Association President, and Tommy Whitehead, Distinguished Lecture Series Committee Chairman. John Houseman — November 10, 1980 John Houseman, an Academy Award-win- ning actor who received acclaim for his per- formance as the stern Professor Kingsfield in movie and television productions of " The Paper Chase " , spoke on November 10 at Northwestern State University. Houseman ' s address to students, faculty and staff mem- bers and the general public was held in North- western ' s Prather Coliseum. The appearance by the actor and author was sponsored by the university ' s Distinguished Lecture Series. His portrayal of Professor Kingsfield in the movie " The Paper Chase " won Houseman the Academy Award for best supporting actor in 1973. He enjoyed similar success when the television version of the drama was later aired over CBS-TV. Houseman was the first Acad- emy Award-winning actor to appear on the Distinguished Lecture Series program at Northwestern. Most familiar on stage, House- man did not adapt his career to include films until late in his life. 1. Houseman responds to a question during his November address. 2. Houseman speaks as Cliff Lopez, SGA President, and Mike Barton, Student Life Director, listen. Caroline Bird November 18, 1980 Feminist Caroline Bird, one of the nation ' s lead- ing authorities on economic problems and opportu- nities of women, spoke on November 18 in Prather Coliseum at Northwestern State University. Her address, which was opened to the public without charge, was sponsored by the Distinguished Lec- ture Series in conjunction with the Women ' s Awareness Week observance at Northwestern. Ms. Bird was the author of several books, includ- ing " Born Female: The High Cost of Keeping Women Down, " " Everything A Woman Needs to Know to Get Paid What She ' s Worth " and " The Two-Paycheck Marriage. " Her popularity as a leading feminist and author soared after " Born Free " was published in 1968. After that time, she was a frequent lecturer on topics concerning women and money and the future of women. Ms. Bird ' s 1973 book, " Everything A Woman Needs to Know to Get Paid What She ' s Worth, " was serialized in a leading women ' s magazine and by newspapers across the country. " The Two-Pay- check Marriage " was one of the most acclaimed books of 1979. Ms. Bird ' s book, " The Invisible Scar: The Great Depression and What It Did to American Life From Then to Now, " was listed by the American Library Association as one of the most important books of 1966. She was also the author of " The Crowding Syndrome: Learning to Live With Too Much and Too Many. " Northwestern ' s distinguished lecturer was the official historian for the National Women ' s Confer- ence at Houston and served as chief writer for " The Spirit of Houston, " the official report of the National Commission on the Observance of Inter- national Women ' s Year. 1. Bird listens to a question during her lecture at Northwestern. 2. Bird emphasizes a point of interest. Vanities by Jack Heifner ifcirffl Schedule of Play. Vanities Stuart Little The Birthday Party " For Colored Girls Who Have Considered March2-5. 1980 March 26-28, 1980 April 9-12, 1980 April 24-26, 1980 April 29-May 2, 1980 July 21-23. 1980 September 27-30, 1980 October 9- 10, 1980 October 20-23, 1980 November 12-15, 1980 Spring 1981 Suicide When the Rainbow is ENUF " A funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum " The Odd Couple " " A Doll ' s House " " LaLecon " The Shadow Box " Theater Potpourri " " Amphitryon " 1 Debbie Minturn during a serious moment of the play Vanities. 2. Three characters in the play Vanities meef after years of being apart. 3. Debbie Minturn. Deah Gulley. and Cindy Totten portray high school cheerleaders in the NSU production Vanities For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange 1 J 1 1 8 1 r A Doll ' s House by Henrik Ibsen 1. Janet Audoin, Lynette Stephenson, and Andrea Williams portray their emotions in an NSU production. 2. Bambi Sears and James Ingram in an intense moment of the play A Doll ' s House. 3. Actors portray a touching moment during the production of A Doll ' s House. The Shadow Box by Michael Christofer 1. Jeff Conley portrays a cancer victim in a poignant moment. 2. Cindy Totten as a cancer-ridden woman and Dean Gulley as her daughter show dramatic skills. 3. Ken Woodard. Bryan Reeder, and Rebecca Tomlinson act out a dis- torted love triangle. Theatre Potpourri " Kennedy ' s Children " by Robert Patrick " This Property Is Condemned " by Tennessee Williams " The Book of Job " by Merrill Rogers 1. Angelique Schexnider acts in a scene from " Kennedy ' s Children. " 2. Bruce Young and James Byrd portray a " head-to-head " collision between Satan and God in " The Book of Job. " 3. Robert Allen and Sandra Helton play the parts of children in " This Property Is Condemned. " Tashi March 9, 1980 Tashi, an instrumental group of varying dimensions, appeared in concert Sunday, March 9 at Northwestern State University. The performance was sponsored by the NSU Artist Series. Dr. Edward Rath, associate professor of piano in the university ' s Department of Music and Artist Series chairman, coordinated the program. Tashi was comprised of a string quartet and Richard Stoltzman, a popular New York musical celebrity whose instrument was the clarinet. The concert featured works by Mozart, Stravinsky and Douglas. Following the concert, the artists were honored at a recep- tion hosted by Alpha Lambda Delta honor society at Northwestern. 7 Richard Stoltzman plays the clarinet at the Tashi performance. 2. The Tashi string ensemble members take a bow. is i i mm » " " D Houston Performing Company March 24, 1980 1. Mary Martha Layzce, Director of the Houston Performing Company, is enter- tained at a reception following the performance. 2. Members of the Dance Depart- ment faculty serve punch at the reception honoring members of the Houston Per- forming Company. The highly-talented Concert Dancers from Houston ' s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts were featured in a special perform- ance March 24, 1980 in Northwestern State University ' s A. A. Frederick Fine Arts Center Auditorium. The appearance by the HSPVA Concert Dancers was sponsored by the NSU Artist Series. The Houston HSPVA Concert Dancers was a company of some thirty dancers whose per- formance at Northwestern encompassed many styles of dance. The High School for the Performing and Vis- ual Arts was created in 1971 and had become a magnet for professional artists, and in the area of dance, the school had become the for- tunate recipient of residencies and visits by well-known artists. The Concert Dancers had appeared on numerous university campuses throughout Texas and in 1976 were the featured company at the National Dance Association in Kansas City, MO. Following the performance, both the danc- ers and the audience were entertained at a tea in the Student Union. Piedmont Chamber Orchestra October 28, 1980 The Northwestern State University Artist Series opened its 1980-81 season on Octo- ber 28 with a concert performance by the nationally-acclaimed Piedmont Chamber Orchestra of North Carolina. Dr. George Trautwein, the music director and conductor of the Tucson Symphony, was the guest conductor for the NSU Artist Series concert which was held at the First Baptist Church of Natchitoches. Appearing as clarinet soloist was Robert Listokin, clarinettist for both the Piedmont Chamber Orchestra and the inter- nationally-known Clarion Wind Quintet. The Piedmont Chamber Orchestra was a professional ensemble incorporating faculty artists from the North Carolina School of the Arts. The musical excellence of the orches- tra was recognized nationally in perform- ances at the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Center and at Carnegie Hall. The twenty- two member orchestra was supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the North Carolina School of the Arts Foun- dation. J The Piedmont Chamber Orchestra fea- tured several outstanding musicians, includ- ing concert mistress Elaine Richey, winner of the prestigious Naumberg Competition, Sally Peck, solo violist, formerly principal violist of the Utah Symphony; Robert Marsh, cello, formerly principal cellist of the Atlanta, Cincinnati and Dallas Symphonies; LynnP- eters, bass, formerly with the Detroit Sym- phony; and Emile Simoned, violist, formerly with the Detroit Symphony, New York String Sextet and the Claremont Quartet. Clara Trio November 16, 1980 The Clara Trio from the University of Arkansas presented a concert of music by female composers Sunday, November 16, to open the Women ' s Awareness Week observance at Northwestern State Univer- sity. The concert, sponsored by the NSU Artist Series, was held in the former trade school building on the Northwestern cam- pus. The popular trio, formed in 1977, featured Dr. Barbara Jackson on violin, Beatriz Pilapil at the piano and Linda Marquardt on the cello. Their concert at Northwestern included Elizabeth Jacquet de .La Guerre ' s " Sonata No. 2 in D Major, " Lili Boulanger ' s " Nocturne, for Violin and Piano, " Violet Bal- estreri Archer ' s " Trio No. 1 " and " Trio in G Minor, Op. 17 " by Clara Wieck Schumann, the composer for whom the group was named. Miss Pilapil, the trio ' s pianist, had a dip- loma in piano from the Conservatory of Music of the University of the Philippines and was the first recipient of the Master of Music degree from the University of Arkan- sas. A professor of music at the University of Arkansas, Miss Pilapil had performed as a soloist and recitalist with symphony orches- tras in Missouri, Louisiana, Alabama, and Arkansas. Dr. Jackson, the violinist for the group, held a master ' s degree from the Eastman School of Music and a doctorate from Stanford University. A professor of music history, she had performed in the region as a baroque violinist as well as on the modern instrument. As the trio ' s cellist, Miss Marquardt was also a member of the Arkansas Chamber Ensemble. She had per- formed with orchestras in California, Wash- ington and Arkansas and had been active for many years organizing and performing in community chamber recitals in Washington, Massachusetts and Arkansas. Graduation — A New Beginning 1 JUL f§ .ij 1 i ■ ■ i f. Grady Cook. John Wartelle, and Martha Bates, summa cum laude gradu- ates in Spring of 1980. pose with President Rene Bienvenu. 2. Graduates wait in line to march into the arena 3 Dr. William Junkin. Executive Director of Trustees lor State Colleges and Universities, speaks during his address at the Summer 1980 graduation ceremonies. ' I its « r - IW 1 ♦ 1 f mjM li 1 B 1. Dr. William Arceneaux, Commissioner of Higher Education, pauses during his speech at the Fall 1980 Commencement exercises. 2. Dr. Wil- liam Junkin and President Rene Bienvenu pose with magna cum laude graduates for Summer 1980, Elizabeth Ann Wommack, Donny Harrison, and Pamela Davis. 3. Joanna Smith, top graduate, and Shahnaz Shan- kaie, summa cum laude, pose with President Rene Bienvenu before the Fall 1980 graduation ceremony. 4. Graduates march in to receive their diplomas. Honors Mr. and Miss NSU Karen Murphy Jim Hoops 68 Karen Murphy, a pre-medicine major, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy of Natchitoches. She was a graduate of Natchi- toches Central High School. Miss Murphy was active in the Student Government Association, having served as both senator-at-large and sec- retary. A member of the Purple Jackets Service organization and Phi Mu Fraternity, Miss Murphy was elected as a member of Northwestern ' s 1980 Homecoming Court and 1979 State Fair Court. She competed in two Lady of the Bracelet pageants, winning First Runner-Up in 1979, and the talent award and Fourth Runner-Up in 1980. Miss Murphy was also listed in Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Jim Hoops, a graduate of Patrick Henry High School in Deshler, Ohio, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoops. A business administration major with emphasis in com- puter science, Hoops was a starting forward on the NSU Demon basketball team, president of Blue Key Honor Fraternity and director of student rights for the Student Government Association. As a junior, Hoops was a senator- at-large in the SGA. He also held membership in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Fellow- ship of Christian Students and the Young Republicans, and was listed in Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 69 Homecoming Court Homecoming Court Karen Murphy Terri Scott WendyCi) Allison Arthur Escorted By Joe Stamey ■ ■ ■ Kelly Baldwin Escorted By Woody Woodruff State Fair Court Karen Carr Escorted By Jim Hoops State Fair Court Susan Sands Escorted by Chip Cole r » Sherri Talley Escorted By Pat Wartelle 76 Debbie Vela Escorted By Max Ates Kathryn Wooding Escorted By Larry Hall J- vi -in Wendy Wyble Escorted By K. Bartholemew Stacia Caldwell Miss Lady of the Bracelet 78 jfcifc 7. Jennifer Todd. First Runner-Up, performs during the talent phase of competition. 2. Susan Sands, Second Runner-Up. walks in the eve- ning gown competition. 3. Kim Brown and Kelly Wilson display their trophy for Miss Congeniality honors. _ 7 Leesa Foster. Third Runner-Up, com- petes in the evening gown competition. 2. Karen Murphy. Fourth Runner-Up and Talent Winner, sings a medley of songs. 3. Winners in the 1980 Lady of the Bracelet Pageant pose after the pageant. C%ar ta.J iu 2 ■ t». Mi i 7. Z na Curtee fa es her last walk as Lady of the Bracelet. 2. Stacia Caldwell per- forms a number on the flute for the talent competition. 3. Stacia Caldwell accepts congratulations for her success. 4. Stacia Caldwell. 1980 Lady of the Bracelet, poses with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caldwell of Natchitoches. Diane Adams Secretarial Administration Alexandria, Louisiana " Love is very patient and kind, never jealous or envious, never boastful or proud, never haughty or selfish or rude. " Becky B. Alost Education Natchitoches, Louisiana ' Give as you would wish to receive. ' Kim M. Alston Business Administration Franklinton, Louisiana " Always take time from your busy day to smell the flowers. " Harold G. Ashcraft Music — Performance Natchitoches, Louisiana " I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills. From whence cometh my help? My help cometh from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. " " . . . strive for righteousness, Godliness, faith, love, endurance, and gentleness. Run your best in the race ... " Michael C. Barton Sociology Bossier City, Louisiana " No one could tell me where my soul might be; I searched for God but he elud- ed me; I sought my brother out and found all three. " Ernest Howard Crosby Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges Renee S. Bose Medical Technology Bossier City, Louisiana " A smile is the light in the window of your face that tells others that your heart is at home. " Thomas D. Bourgeois Education Morgan City, Louisiana " If you want something, go after it. Don ' t let someone else tell you what your capabilities are. Who knows you better than your own self? " Victor Vandaryn Bradford Art Winnfield, Louisiana " A wise man blames himself, while a common man blames others. " Janice Brosette Education Colfax, Louisiana " The things which our friends do with and for us form a portion of our lives, for they strengthen and advance our personality. " J. W. von Goethe Karen L. Carr Accounting Natchitoches, Louisiana " I feel that involvement and a positive at- titude are the key ingredients to a suc- cessful, well-rounded individual. " vs T ,f£ Vickie Kay Corley Education Bossier City, Louisiana " What lies behind us and what lies before us are a tiny matter compared to what lies within us. " M ' _ Mi 1 " William Edward Corry, Jr. Business Administration Dallas. Texas " Your college life is one of the best times of your life — these associations along with your scholastic endeavors go hand in hand — thus — when pursuing one ' s career, what you know and who you know are very essential. " Connie Lou Davis Nursing Clarence. Louisiana " ' Precious and rare is an old friendship. as grateful to the touch as ancient ivory. ' Remember your friends and what you have learned from them. " Rebecca Lynn Duke Education Natchitoches. Louisiana " Do not pray for an easy life. Pray to be a strong person. " Dana R. English Business Administration Mansfield, Louisiana " Northwestern is like a golden chain, the inks are friends so dear " James Donald Gibson Nursing Opelousas, Louisiana " One should live his life with a passion for competition, the spirit of enterprise, a desire for justice, a passion for adventure and eagerness to run to the aid of the dis- tressed. " Jacqueline L. Giesey Education Natchitoches. Louisiana " To have a friend, first you must friend. " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Donald Warren Griffith General Studies Baker, Florida " A winner never quits and a quitter never wins. " Kelly Lee Haddon Nursing Baton Rouge, Louisiana " Life is a very special thing, not for just one or two, but for everyone. Let each then find uniqueness in his individuality. " Debra D. Hebert Education Jennings, Louisiana " In this world it is not what we receive, but what we give that makes us rich. " Antonio Hernandez Education Marrero, Louisiana " No one can tell me where my soul might be, I searched for God, but he eluded me. I sought my brother out and found all three. " Ernest Howard Crosby James Marvin Hoops Business Administration Deshler, Ohio " Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in know- ing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming. " John R. Wooden Michelle A. Jeanmard Business Administration Alexandria. Louisiana " I fear not tomorrow because I have seen yesterday and I love today. " 85 Rebecca Darlen Johnson General Microbiology Natchitoches, Louisiana " A ship in the harbor is a safe ship, but that is not what ships were made for. It is my aim in life to never be afraid to try. " Gwendolyn L Lavalais Nursing Coudeau, Louisiana " And though I have such absolute devo- tion to duty that I can do anything my hands undertake, and have not love, I am nothing. " MairusT. McFarland Zoology Many, Louisiana " We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. " T. S. Eliot Clay Anthony Miller Nursing Metairie. Louisiana " One can work through one ' s problems with much hard work and determination. Don ' t let anything get you down and never look back. " Shelly R. Miller Business Administration Natchitoches, Louisiana " You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you. " James Allen Edward T. Milligan Journalism Leesville, Louisiana " I always laugh in the face of adversity. Afterwards, I feel better, think straighter. " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Univer sities and Colleges Angela Gail Mitchell Speech, Hearing and Language specialist Natchitoches, Louisiana " My idea of success is when I ' ve accom- plished a task and I know I have put forth my very best effort; to me this is success. Or success can be a simple thank you from a friend who truly means it. It ' s not just material things. " SET mm WT% Haw Karen Wynne Murphy Zoology Natchitoches, Louisiana " 1 can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me. " ■ Philippians 4: 13 Mary Beth Nicolle Accounting Baton Rouge, Louisiana " I ' m a changed person because I fell in love with a hundred people and a hundred places. I ' ll never be in those places or hear those people laugh again — but still my life is better because I was there and heard . . . because I knew and loved. " Stacy Stewart Woody L. Osborn Zoology Clinton, Mississippi " For success one must set goals and ded- icate themselves toward obtaining these goals. So many wallow in indecision and doubt that they are miserable. To know when you have arrived you must first know where you are going. " Melinda Lou Palmore Secretarial Administration Naples, Texas " Life is either a daring adventure or noth- ing. " Nita Anne Paris Nursing Leesville, Louisiana " To seek challenges in order to become all I was created capable of being; to expand to my full potential and then ' to challenge others to expand to their full potential. " Frederick Ray Pitre Nursing Mansfield. Louisiana " When stepping onto the road of oppor- tunity, one should apply himself to the fullest, keep his limitations in mind, and hide behind a smile. " Walter Wendell Redfern Nursing Mansfield. Louisiana " These four years are the first bricks of the foundation for your future. Only you, through hard work and perserverance. can build it into something for which you can be proud. " Roger M Rolon Education Leesville, Louisiana " Success is working hard to fulfill charitable goals, finding happiness along the way. " I- 1 Teri L. Shaw Education Natchitoches. Louisiana " Time is a precious possession; make the most of your time here at NSU. " Jodi Tarver Shirley Education Natchitoches, Louisiana ' To receive much, you must give much. " Sigma Sigma Sigma Motto Duard Patrick Spruce Zoology Camden, Arkansas " Life is far too important a thing to ever talk seriously about. " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Ron F. Thomas ; Administration Natchitoches, Louisiana " You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. " Patrick M. Wartelle Business Administration Opelousas, Louisiana " We should love life even as we are living it because God is life, and to love life is to love God. " Count Leo Tolstoy Mattie A. Whitley Business Administration Winnfield, Louisiana " I allow for no compromise with negative thinking. I train myself to cultivate happy attitudes of mind, to dwell on ideas of suc- cess and to expect the good things of life. " Martha E. Williams Nursing Winnfield, Louisiana " If you can imagine it. you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it. " Walter Woodford Woodruff Nursing Texarkana. Arkansas " Day by day, this should be your life plan; start each day with a prayer. " Not Pictured Michael Paul Brey Education Rockville, Maryland Don A. Rhodes Nursing Sulphur, Louisiana Christolyn J. Turner Education Grand Cane, Louisiana 1 c TAtTuN VERS TY OF LOUISIANA ■ « 5 JJ Tplrt • " !f ■ ' • _ |IW l_ ph 109 ' ' hu » " - " " HH I H nm Academics Louisiana Board of Regents William Arceneaux. Commissioner of Higher Education Robert Bodet Richard D ' Aquin W. J. DeFelice Albert Dent Ewell Eagan J. K Haynes Parletta Holmes R M Prestndge Robert Pugh Joe D Smith John Thistlewaite Louisiana Board of Trustees William C. Broadhurst Eleanor H. Brown Dewey H. Carrier, Jr. Joseph J. Davies, Jr. F. L. Eagan, Jr. Gordon Flory Rev. Herbert M. Gordon Eugene G. Gouaux Mrs. Dawson Johns J. Curtis Joubert Charles M. Miller, Sr. Dr. June P. Moore Senator Harvey Peltier. Jr. N. J Stafford, Jr. President Rene Bienvenu 1. The President poses in his home. 2. The President ' s friends help him celebrate his birthday. 3. At a campus function, the President socializes with one of the guests. I Vice-President Mr. Morris Bass Mr. Morris Bass became Vice-President of Uni- versity Affairs in July, 1980. Prior to his appoint- ment as Vice-President of University Affairs, Mr. Bass had been Vice-President of Business at Mid- dle Tennessee. As Vice-President at Northwestern, Mr. Bass was responsible for all financial business. He had an undergraduate degree in Accounting and a graduate (Master ' s) degree in Public Administration, which aided him in serving NSU. Vice-President Dr. Tom Southerland Dr. Tom Southerland had served as Dean otl Education and Graduate College Dean prior to his appointment as Vice-President of Academic Affairs. As Vice-President, he served as director of| summer school and was responsible for promotion, tenure, faculty development, and employment ofl all new faculty members. Dr. Southerland earned| degrees in Mathematics and Education Administra- tion. Public Communication Services University Press The University Press special- ized in works of merit topically identifiable with strong fields of study or which contributed to a greater knowledge and under- standing of the state and or the region. 1. University Press Staff: Carol Wells. Executive Editor, Ezra Adams, Managing Editor, John Price. Director. 2. Louisiana Governor Dave Treen peruses a copy of CANE RIVER COUN- TRY LOUISIANA, a popular pictorial review of the Natchitoches Parish area, which was pre- sented to him at a campus event by NSU Presi- dent Rene Bienvenu, right. The book was pub- lished in the fall of 1979 by the NSU Press. John Price. Press Director, looks on. Public Communication Services News Bureau The News Bureau transmitted to the news media all news releases pertaining to NSU stu- dents and faculty, and issued all public announcements of Uni- versity activities, programs, and policies. News Bureau Staff: Seated: Jerry Pierce, Direc- tor of Informational Services. Standing: Steve Roe, Sports Information Director, Jim Johnson, Asst. Director of Informational Services, Don Sepulvado, Director of Photography. NSU TV Center The purpose of the NSU TV Center was to produce televi- sion programs and to instruct students in how to produce film. The TV Center was at work both on and off campus. TV Center Staff: Mark Cottrell, Tommy White- Director, Don Bowden, Melvin Moreau. Administrative Services 1 Carl Jones, Coordinator of Financial Affairs. 2. Tommy Rhodes. Controller. 3. Gene Knecht. Coordinator of Plant Maintenance. 4 Frederick Bosarge. Dean of Students. 5. Rob- ert Wilson. Director of Student Activities. Administrative Services 1. Otis Cox, Director of Institutional Research and Sponsored Programs. 2. Hoyt Reed, Director of Continuing Education. 3. Camille Hawthorne. Coordi- nator of Student Activities and Organizations. 4. Jimmye Taylor. Coordinator of Personnel. 5. John Morrison. Director of Computer Center. Administrative Services Administrative Services 1. Austin Temple, Registrar. 2. Barney Kyzar, Director of Facility Planning. 3. Danny Seymour, Director of High School Relations, and Joyce Collins, Secretary. Campus Services 1 House Directors: Row 1: Juanita Guy- ton. Dorothy Chenevert, Hazel Evans, Ruth Monk. Row 2: Becky Brown, Claudia Blanchard, John Clower, John Jennette, Steve Brown, Chris Perkins, Vicki Wil- liams, Flo Cran. 2. NSU Police Officers: Row 1: Warren Massia, Bob Miller, Frankie Cutright. Row 2: Gerard Hesser, Donald Rachal, Tommy Willis. Row 3: Robert Corley, Walter Askew, Larry Vaughn, John Rachal. 3. James Lee, Uni- versity Police Supervisor. 4. Bookstore Staff: Dorothy Martin, Luvenia Friday, Darlene Rachal, Manager, Phyllis Gard- ner, Louise Rutiedge, Rill Cedars. Campus Services 1. Student Union Cafeteria Workers: San- dra Cameron. Vicki Rivera, Betty Piece, Bessie Alex, Daisy Rachal, Carlos Rivera — Manager, Louise Lewis, Florence Rob- inson, Irma Odums, Dave Marcellia. 2. Opal Gimbert, Head Nurse at Infirmary. 3. Post Office Staff: David Christophe,- Supervisor, Betty Gilcrease, Patti Legget, Brenda Stephens. 4. Iberville Dining Hall Workers: Julia Truly, Lucille Davis, Mil- dred Irchtrl, Daisy Jackson, Linda Nicho- las — Manager, Mary Marcillia, Edna Moore, Dorothy Stewart. Row 2: Alvin Sompayrac, Curtis Holden, Frank Pres- ley, Annie Alex, Jeannette Small, Edward Jackson, Chester Vercher, Donald Keith. I College of Basic Studies and Academic Services The College of Basic Studies and Academic Ser- vices offered a general curriculum program designed to provide maximum study opportunities, and to explore educational and career objectives that were sensitive to individual needs. The fore- most educational objective of the College of Basic Studies was to respond to the changing needs of its students as they responded to the changing world. The General Curriculum program provided by the college was designed to assist those stu- dents who were still exploring educational and career objectives. The College of Basic Studies offered curricula which lead to Associate and Bachelor of Arts in General Studies degrees. Dean — Richard Galloway Joe Mitchell Barbara Gilhs . Orientation students learn how to use the materials in the library. 2. Miss Newitt offers a student her counseling services. I i College of Business The courses offered by the College of Business were to prepare students to be productive mem- bers of the business community. The College of Business also prepared the students for the diverse job opportunities that were available. The demand and need for graduates in the business field was strong. In addition to the classroom instruction, special seminars on various subjects were offered during the academic year. The Walter Porter Forum was held during the Spring semester of 1980. This was an annual event to bring successful business peo- ple to the campus and to the students. The pur- pose of the event was to put the students in con- tact with the actual business world. Department Heads Accounting David Townsend Business Administration and Economics Eugene Williams Distributive Education and Office Administration Tommy Johnson Dean — David Townsend Andrew Bacdayan Judy Boone Henry Breitkreutz Marie Burkhead John Cucka Robert Elliott Andrew Ferguson John Hix Elise James Tommy Johnson Typing students work hard learning the fundamentals of typing. 1. Computer students type their programs on terminals in the Computer Lab. 2. James W. Porter. Jr. speaks at the Walter Porter Forum. Seated is Douglas Foster. 3. Mr Cucka works an Accounting problem for the stu- dents in his class. . A student enters the Business Administration Building. 2. Sharon Broad- water uses her skills in operating a business machine. College of Education The College of Education was the only college of study that offered academic programs in which the doctorate degree could be obtained. The primary purposes of the College of Education were to pre- pare well-qualified teachers for the elementary and secondary schools of Louisiana, and to offer ser- vices to school systems in a continuous effort to improve the total educational program. The stu- dent teachers were assigned to public schools within the 14-parish area served by the University. Some curricula that prepared students for work in fields other than teaching were: Child Develop- ment, Dietetics, Interior Design, Public Librarian- ship, and Pre-Physical Therapy. Department Heads Behavioral Sciences Donald Gates Elementary Education Mildred Bailey Secondary Education Thomas Henningan Health, Physical Education and Recreation Gordon Coker Home Economics Virginia Crossno Special Education Ethel Hetrick Dean — Robert Most Margaret Ackel Fern Christensen Jenny Cochran Gordon Coker Virginia Crossno Clarice Dans Celia Decker Derwood Duke Roy Gentry Sally Hunt 1. Pam Combest arranges some papers for the College of Education. 2. Karen Briggs teaches a P. E class at the NSU Middle Lab School. 1. A Home Economics teacher helps a student sew. 2. Debra McClung puts some finishing touches on a garment. 3. The Middle Lab School serves as a Laboratory for innovative teaching techniques. College of Liberal Arts The College of Liberal Arts had the fewest num- ber of students enrolled out of the seven colleges of study at NSU. The College of Liberal Arts included the departments of Art, History, Lan- guages, Military Science, Music, Social Sciences, Sociology and Social Work, and Mass Communica- tion. Other Departments of the University contrib- uted to the liberal arts program by providing course work in their respective areas. Department Heads Art Billy Bryant Dance Colleen Lancaster History Donald Rawson Languages James Bartholomew Military Science Walter Harris Music Robert Smith Social Sciences William Knipmeyer Sociology and Social Work Millard Bienvenu Theatre, Speech, Journalism Robert Black Dean — George Stokes Ezra Adams Margaret Adkins August Amoroso Michael Atkins Roland Belanger Ramon Broderman Richard Brown Sara Burroughs Van Ellis Grady Harper Walter Harris William Hunt . Lucile Ingram Dean Johnson Joseph Johnson Marietta LeBreton DeAnn McCorkle James McCorkle Rivers Murphy William Poe Franklin Presson John Price Robert Price Edward Rath Richard Rose Elizabeth Rubino Ray Schexnider Maxyne Scott Leroy Skinner Jeanine Smith 1. Students in a night art class are hard at work. 2. Music students practice to achieve perfection. 3 Students in Dr. D McCorkle ' s speech class demonstrate an Indian hair- style. 1. A student arranges some artifacts ip the Archeology Lab. 2. Students help each other in map reading class. 3. Students are taking aim in beginning riflery class. 4. Aerobic dance students exercise to keep in shape. College of Nursing Recognizing the need for an increasing number of registered nurse practitioners, the College of Nursing in 1972 initiated a program in Shreveport, leading to the associate degree in nursing. Throughout the program, general education and nursing education courses at NSU were combined with patient care experiences in the hospitals and health care agencies of Caddo and Bossier par- ishes. The Baccalaureate Program in Nursing was established at NSU in 1949. The purpose of the baccalaureate program was to provide a progres- sion of educational experiences and opportunities which enabled individuals to become responsible, contributing members of their profession and com- munity, and to pursue advanced academic study. The program was four academic years in length and provided a broad educational background in humanities and physical, natural and behavioral sciences. Department Heads Associate Degree Program Robert Fullen Master of Science Program Patricia Moxley Baccalaureate Program Barbara Dickerson Dean — Peggy Ledbetter Marie Allen Frances Ardrey Nancy Bennett Billie Bitowski Beatrice Brooks Shirley Cashio Jane Cheek Barbara Dickerson Gertrude Dowden Cathy Emmons Mona Fletcher Clara Gates Phyllis Graves Mary Hardebeck Chandice Harris Beth Hayes Nancy Hildebrand Shelia Holman Elizabeth Hurley Maxine Johnson Pauline Johnson Diane Jones Carole Jorstad Sailie Kelly Billie Lambert Patricia Lewis Dorcas McCormick Doris McSwaln Beverly Maxwell Janet Moss ¥§«W Patricia Moxley Jackie O ' Neil Elizabeth Paul Lindaree Pearce Norann Planchock I §1? I l J ikA J. Fred Price Sylvia Ray field Elizabeth Saunders Callie Sexton Phyllis Stem 1. A student poses as a patient in the disaster drill. 2. The pool table provides a good pastime for students at Warrington Campus. 3. Northwestern State University in Shreveport. 1. A student does research in the Warrington Campus library. 2. Donna Elliot demonstrates the techniques of making a hospital bed. 3. A volleyball tournament pro- vided fun for nursing students in Shreveport. College of Science and Technology The College of Science and Technology pro- vided scientific and technological programs allow- ing students an opportunity to pursue degree pro- grams in the pure and applied sciences. The Col- lege offered the students a choice of interesting and challenging fields of study. The variety of cur- ricula provided were in mathematics and computer science, the natural sciences, the health sciences, engineering technology, agricultural sciences, industrial arts, aviation science, forestry, wildlife management and psychology. The faculty and facilities were excellent. With equipment such as an electron microscope, a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, a vari- ety of lasers and a computer with numerous remote terminals for student use, with facilities such as the 370-acre on-campus experimental farm, a natural history preserve and an outstanding herbarium, and with a 70-member faculty (80% who have earned doctorate degrees) the College was able to offer a stimulating and challenging collegiate edu- cation. Department Heads Sciences Biological Sciences Chemistry and Physics Agricultural and Geological John Waskom Ray Baumgardner Wayne Hyde Industrial Education and Techology Charles Wommack Mathematics Stan Chadick Microbiology and Biochemistry J. L. Allen Dean — Edward Graham Arthur Allen Jerry Allen Benny Barridge Ray Baumgardner C Lynn Bissell Thomas Boone Bertrand Boyd Burton Buckley Thomas Bums Stanley Chadick Raymond Christensen Thomas Covington William Dennis David Dobbins Tommy Dunagan Thomas Eppler Henry Guin Hurst Hall H. Wayne Hyde Gary Johnson Gary Jones Nadya Keller Dwayne Kruse Sam Misuraca Walter Pine Dudley Pitt Vera Rawson Bill Shaw Karen Spratt Dick Stalling Charlie Viers John Waskom Cherrie Webster Charles Wommack Melanie Youngar 1. The Biological Sciences Building is a modern three-story building which is well equipped for both instructional and research activities. 2. Biology stu- dents dissect frogs in biology lab. 3. Dr. Thomas Griffith does research on the toxic substances found in marine organisms. 1. Dr. Chadick works a Calculus problem on the board. 2. Mr. Dennis helps a student work on a motor in an IET Class. 3. Students test chemical substances in the Microbiology Lab. 4. A student uses the microscope to study a bacteria growth. 5. Chemistry students do research on lignite. Graduate College The Graduate College, according to Otis Cox, Director of Institutional Research, had the largest number of enrollments as compa red to the enroll- ment in the other college areas. The Graduate Col- lege ' s population was composed of students who had just completed their undergraduate education as well as those who were employed on a full-time basis while they pursued part time studies. The Graduate College awarded the master ' s degree in sixty-five different programs, the special- ist ' s degree in eight programs, and the doctoral degree in three programs. The doctoral degree was offered in elementary education, health and physi- cal education, and secondary education. The Graduate College sought to introduce stu- dents to methods of scholarly research, to contrib- ute to increased competency in teaching and school administration, to provide students with a deeper understanding of human knowledge, and to spark the initiative for further independent study and research. Dean — Donald Rawson . Judy Vance teaches a Health 102 class as part of her graduate studies. 2. om Harding, a graduate student, demonstrates the use of a Skinner box. » NSU Fort Polk The Fort Polk Center of NSU was located Highway 476 midway between Fort Polk and the city of Leesville. The Center was established in 1979. Courses were offered at the Center at both graduate and undergraduate work were offered at the Center. J. Roger Best. Dean and Provost. 2 Arnold Orsag. Director of Contract Programs. 3. Oscar Bill- ingsly. Coordinator of Student Services. 4. Colonel George Ried. Coordinator of Administrative Services. Shreveport Campuses — A Vital Part of NSU The College of Nursing maintained in Shreveport for nursina students the Shreveport — Warrington Campus for the baccalaureate program and the King ' s Highway Campus for the associate degree program. For the baccaluareate program, the stu- dents completed their freshman and sophomore years on the Natchitoches Campus and their junior and senior years on the Warrington Campus. The Warrington Campus included two buildings. One building was for the undergraduate program and one building was for the graduate program. The building for the undergraduate program con- sisted of dormitory rooms, lecture and conference rooms, offices, laboratories, a library, and recrea- tional areas. The graduate building was composed of faculty offices, conference rooms, laboratories and classrooms. The King ' s Highway Campus had one building. Only the first floor of the King ' s High- way building was used. Nursing students on the campus used the dorm facilities at Warrington. Laboratory experiences for all nursing students were provided in hospitals and agencies with which the University had contractural agreements. ' • p SQ9y Ledbetter, Dean of the College of Nursing. 2. Robert Homeman. f Coordinator of Facilities. 3 Sylvia Rayfield. Head of Associate Degree Pro- gram in Nursing. 1. Dixie Jones, Librarian on the Warrington Campus. 2. Warrington Cam- pus Council members enjoy themselves at a meeting. 3. Many students find the student lounge a good place to talk and relax. 4. A nursing stu- dent uses an audio-visual machine to learn more nursing techniques. Eugene P. Watson Memorial Library The Eugene P. Watson Memorial Library was a 3-story structure which provided comfortable seating for over 1,000 students. The library resources were comprised of some 240,000 books and bound periodicals, more than 2,500 periodical titles, a large U.S. Document Collec- tion, about 200,000 volumes in microform, and several thousand audio-visual items. The build- ing included a Reference Room, Reserve Room, Current Periodicals Reading Room, Media Cen- ter, Cammie G. Henry Louisiana Room and Archives, and informal lounge facilities for stu- dent and faculty. A branch library was main- tained at the NSU College of Nursing at Shreve- port. 1. Librarians: Phyllis Brown — Serials Division. Linda Vienne — Refer- ence Division. Robert Allen — Media Division, Eleanor Hollis — Head Reference Division, Leroy Landon — Catalogue Division. Clyde Bostick — Louisiana Reference Librarian. Donald Mackenzie — Library Director, Charles Harrington — Acquisitions Division. 2. A student studies while he works at the circulation desk. 1. The library, although sometimes noisy, provides a place for students to study. 2. A student uses the microfilm reader. 3. The Louisiana Room contains many public documents and historical artifacts for students to look at. 4. A student uses the IBM copier for fast copying service. Graduates Randall Anderson Javad Banan Martha Banks R D. Barber Rosemarie Basco Nancy Biggar Claudia Blanchard Martha Bodden Kathy Breedlove Stephen Brown John Clower Valarie Cook Florence Cran Jerry Gaw Karen Gilmore Carolyn Holmes James Hurd Sunil Jitendra B. K. John Laborde Marie Lemoine Tim Leonberger Malvina Moreno Davis Palmour Jotindra Patel Gisele Proby Wendell Robison Lynora Simms Jane Thomas Shelia Thompson Michele Townsend Robert Varnado Harshendu. Vasavada Rosemary Williams Sylvia Williams Marie Wood Lone-Tzong Yang 111 Steven Young Seniors Johnny Adams Helene Adelman Susan Adrion Shelia Alexander Dawn Allen Becky Alost Sandra Anderson Marcy Arender Cynthia Arie Peggy Arthur Sharon Arthur Brenda Averitt Jeri Bagley Kelley Baldwin Patricia Ballard Sean Barron Elizabeth Basden Sally Bass Linda Bassham Tina Beaham DuAnn Beck Mitzi Beebe Mary Beene Paula Behrnes Bobbie Bennett Charles Bennett Lee Bennett Robin Bentley Millard Bienvenu, Jr. Jackie Biggs Glenda Birkhead Renee Blake Lynne Blalock Kent Boam Laura Boisvert Beverly Boyd Sara Brainis Thomas Brandow Julie Breazeale Tammy Bridges Janice Brossette Kevin Broussard Seniors Dennis Brown Gail Brown Kaye Brown Rickey Brown Pearlie Bryant Vickie Bufkin Cathie Burch Martha Bush Janice Byrne Shyrl Caldwell Sandra Calup Laurie Camp Tami Campbell Kenneth Candler Shirley Carr Gloria Cart James Cates, III Patricia Cates Nathaniel Celestine Miranda Cessor Lora Cheatham Anna Cheatwood Barbara Chew Monty Chicola Brian Childers Brent Cohenour Susan Coker Kim Cole Melody Cole Joan Collins Debbie Connor Eunice Cook Jackie Coon Vicki Cooper Vickie Corley Diane Cornelius Lori Cournoyer Sam Craft Harleen Crain Kimberty Crawford Zina Curlee Mable Daniels Seniors Cammie Davis Connie Davis Linda Davis Carolyn Dean Jane Dean Tommy DeBlieux Theresa Demery Anne Deny Kay DeSilva Ronald DeVille Gina Dobson Curtis Dorsey Marlene Doucet Tommy Doucet Rebecca Duke Bettinna Dye Janace Early Carol Eddy Catherine Edmunds Leslie Edwards Dana English Lisa English Judy Escoe Anita Etheridge Amir Ettefagh Ruby Faulk Rhonda Feldt Stacey Ferguson Virginia Festavan Lisa Fisher Brenda Fleniken Carol Fletcher Edea Fontenot Kent Ford Carolyn Foster Renee Fowler Ella Fredieu Carolyn Freeman Jeani Freeman Susan Gallagher Kellie Gandy Seniors John Gardner Paul Garrett Robert Garrett Kay Gaspard Lucille Gatti Robin Gentry Christy Gibson Jacki Giesey Ronald Gordon Darrell Gordy Bernadette Grainger Paul Guillory Ronald Guin Kelly Haddon Ada Hall Maurice Hall Carta Ham Jarrot Handy Sharon Hargrove Mary Harkey Terolyn Harris Jennifer Harrison Debra Hebert Cathy Hernandez Becky Hicks Jim Hoops Catherine Horner Michael Houston Pamela Huffman DeEtte Hughes Corinne Jackson Donald Jackson Germaine Jackson John Jackson Jeanne Jeanmard Michelle Jeanmard Jamie Jett Jinks Jackson Becky Johnson BerryNell Johnson Breelm Johnson Curtis Johnson a gaa Se niors Donald Johnson Donna Johnson Patricia Johnson Jo Ann Johnston Phillip Johnston Francis Jones Phyllis Jones Steve Jones Velma Jones Darrel Jordan Judy Keys Glenda Kilpatrick Gregory Kimble Robert Kruise EmEtta Lafitte Eva Lang Peggy Langley Terrie Langston Kent Latiolais Debra LeBlanc Cynthia LeDoux Juliete Lee Batt Lewis Cynthia Lewis Sonya Lewis Mary Lindsey Judy Long Gwendalyn Lovalais Rosalind Lowe Robert Lytton Ruthie Malone Doug Manning Debbie Marchand Clemy Martin Monette Marks Karen Marshall Callen Mayard Dennis McClung Philip McClung Gary McCollister Mairus McFarland Debra McHanney Seniors Donna McKmney Ammer McNabb Melanie McNamara Henry McPhate Pam Melton Anita Metoyer Karlette Metoyer Mary Michaud Clay Miller Mariette Miller Tracey Miller Edward Milligan Addie Mitchell Angela Mitchell Diana Mitchell Kimberly Mobley Susan Monday Cathy Monette Dorothy Moody Gary Moore Bonnie Moran Jo Ann Moses Marlene Mosley Cynthia Mueller Karen Murphy Diane Murray Melaney Mydland Alfred Myles Laura Nichols Mary Nicolle Dianne Norman Janet Nugent Becky Nuttall JohnO ' Banion Budda Odum Sheila 0 ' Sullivan Madeline Owens Melinda Palmore Nita Pans Cherne Parker Sherry Parker Lenise Payne il Mk Seniors Maragaret Ferret Pamela Perry Nancy Pierce Donald Pistorius Ray Pitre Linda Pitre Adam Ponthieu Terry Pope Lynda Powell Weslie Powell Debbie Price Janice Proby Julie Pye Lenita Quarles Gwendolyn Rachal Walter Redfern Monica Reed Terry Reeves Janell Renfrow Cheryl Reppond Don Rhodes Margaret Rhodes Stanley Rhodes Kara Rider Larry Rivers Sally Rivers Phillip Roark Frances Robert Florence Roberts Nancy Roberts Emily Rodney Mary Rogers Roger Rolon Ann Rowell Cynthia Rowell Frances Rowell Barbara Sanders Pamela Sanders Pamela Sanders Edna Schack Helen Schueler Donna Scott Seniors Michael Searing Clevon Self Brenda Semien Sandra Serio Kay Shamburger Shahnaz Shankaie Pamela Shaw Kevin Shirley Barbara Short Carol Shoul Pamela Shukayr Betty Simmons Audrey Simpson Carolyn Simpson Toni Sims Janis Sistrunk Cheri Smith Dian Smith Elizabeth Smith Joseph Smith Monica Smith Dian Snowden Christopher Soileau Andre Spivey Beth St. Andre Ronald St. Aubyn Roger Sullivan Wesley Sullivan Sabrina leer Julie Thibodeaux Karla Thomas Tommy Thomas Lillian Thomason Cecilia Thornton Cynthia Thornton Virginia Linsley ££ ' Timothy Tolar Reginald Treavdo Christolyn Turner Dennis Tyler Kelly Vaughan Marguerite Veiret Seniors Kathryn Voda Brenda Wadsworth Randy Wagley Sandra Walding Martha Wallace Pamela Ward LaPrell Washington Karen Weaver Donald Webb Angela Wetherington Mattie Whitley Melissa Wiegand Amy Williams Cheryl Williams Janet Williams Martha Williams Melinda Wilson Judy Wise Fran Wise Priscilla Wolf Becky Wood Cheryl Woodard Walter Woodruff Patti Wooley Dorothy Young Vanessa Yount Undergraduates Hamzeh Abdeldine Vincent Abila Linda Abraham Judi Abrusley Diane Adams Marvin Adams David Adcock Ricky Adkins Burton Ainsworth Letitia Akins Kevin Alexander Fathi Al-Hattab Manouch Aligholizadeh Bertha Allen Lytton Allen Shelia Allen Debbie Allgood Alice Ambers Archie Anderson Darlene Anderson Perry Anderson Lisa Angell Wanda Anthony Allison Arthur Gwendolyn Arthur Janice Arthur Tatiana Ary Max Ates Joyice Augustine James Austin Donzetta Authey Willie Mae Aych Margaret Badger Mary Jo Bagley Brenda Bagwell Andre Bailey Bill Bailey Christine Bailey Clint Bailey Mary Bailey Roland Baker Jacqueline Banks William Bankston Toni Barfield Pamela Barker Bonnie Barnes Gwendolyn Barnes Hope Barnes Mary Barnes Gretchen Barrett Gwen Barrett Mischele Barrett Caren Barron Regina Barrow Monica Bartee Karen Bartholomew Kevin Bartholomew Kathy Barton Shirley Bartsch Ermunda Basco Jackie Basco Dawn Basinger James Baskin flAftWO Undergraduates MS Jennifer Batiste Patricia Bayonne Patricia Bean Felecia Beavers Donna Beach Richard Beck Patricia Beckham Tina Beckham Toni Beckham Charles Behrnes, Jr. Carlin Bendo Anita Bennett Russell Bennett Maxine Bequette Kim Berry Marian Berry Janie Berryman Ginny Beville James Bex Rowena Bienvenu Susan Bigger Donald Bihm .Kenneth Bird James Blackert Carl Blake Jo Blanchard Patricia Boersig Lori Bollinger Karen Bonnette Karin Bortone Leopoldo Bortone Marilyn Boss Lisa Bostick Pamela Boucherie Curt Boudreaux Saundra Boudreaux Babette Bourgeois Jo Beth Bourgeois Karl Bourne Don Bowden Kenneth Bowers Candace Boyd Judy Bramlett Bobbie Brandon Ronnie Brandon Stephen Brandow Robert Breitkreutz Russell Bretthauer Thomas Brewer Michael Brewster Don Brewton Gene Bridges James Bridges Pam Broadway Iran Brock Margaret Broderick Sherri Broocks Glenda Brooks Angela Brossett Sharlotte Broussard Darlene Brown Delaine Brown Dorothy Brown Undergraduates Kathi Brown Kim Brown Mary Brown Sharon Brown Sherril Brown Vance Brown Bruce Bryant Emily Bryant Charla Bumgardner Thomas Bumgardner Lynn Bunn Sharon Burleigh Sheila Burns Gregory Burton Dolly Butts James Byrd Jacqueline Byrge Raymond Cain Edie Callender Amy Campbell Clare Campbell Sherry Campbell Stephen Campbell Thad Cangelosi Barbara Cannon Delbert Cannon Patricia Carlton Greg Carpenter Norma Carrillo Gwendolyn Carroll Dianne Carter John Carter Lisa Carter Mack Carter Roy Carter Christy Cason Katie Cason Lana Casperson MaryCataldie Margaret Cater Tina Cavanaugh George Celles IV Oliver Chairs Shah Chaisson Patrick Chamberlin Pamela Chaney Sharon Chaney Blake Chauvin Jeannine Cheatwood Karen Chitty Mary Christophe DeAnna Cifune Beverly Clark Brenda Clark Clay Clark Connie Clark Henry Clark Margaret Clark Shirley Clark Dennis Clarkston Lucy Clarkston Regina Clay Gethyn Clayton Undergraduates Sk2JW S$ Melinda demons Rita Cleveland Carta Clifton Patsy Clouser Anna Cloutier David Cobb Colette Coburn Yvette Coburn Dan Cochran Mable Cockerham Donna Coco Connie Coleman Cynthia Collier Brenda Collins Pamela Combest Leslie Comeaux Bernadette Conant Use Connelly Linda Cook Ron Cook Linda Cooksey Celia Cooper Homer Cooper Maria Cooper Bernadette Cordaro Cheryl Corkran Angela Corley Douglas Corley Tamara Corley Katherine Cormier Terrie Correll Freddie Courtnety Margaret Courtney Gwendolyn Coward Evelyn Cox Leslynn Cox Wendy Cox Marjorie Craft Gary Crawford Kelly Crawford Michelle Crawford Susanne Crawford Vernon Crawford John Crider Damita Crittle Emma Cross Jewel Crow Donna Crowder Patrick Crowder Cynthia Crumpton Evelyn Culbert Leanne Culpepper Joe Cunningham Melba Cupp Tammy Curry Trish Curtis Lilly Daigle Melanie Daigle Mike Damia Billie Daniel Jack Daniel Cheryl Daniels Cynthia Daniels Undergraduates Randall Dark Mary DdaRosa Michael Davern Todd David Beverly Davis Luwanna Davis Melinda Davis Verida Davis Yvonne Davis Beatrice Dawson Jerry Dawson David Day Muriel Deans Cherrie Deas Pam Dean Rhonda Deen Joni Dees Michael Deramee Miquel Diaz Joel Disatell Susan Disatell Sharon Dixon Brian Dodson Angela Dogens Susan Dollar Jayne Dotson Becky Doucet Andrae Douglas Cheryl Dowden Eddie Dowden Sonya Downer Carolyn Doyle Madeline Dranguet Nancy Driggers Margaret Ducote Robin Duff Cindy Duffey Janice Duggan Patricia Dunlap Ronnie Dunn Mark Duper Tammy Duplechin Edward Dupuis Bobbie Earle Donna Easley Chris Eastwood LislieEddy Avery Edwards DeAnna Edwards Sandy Edwards Pamela Eitel Teresa Eldreth Babara Eldridge Janet Elkins Donna Elliott Diane Ellis Terri Ellis Rosemary Elston Charlene Elvers Melanee Eppler Steve Estep Rebecca Estes Alan Evans (ft ft 9 Undergraduates I ' f a ft a Mr Debbie Evans Elizabeth Evans Reginald Evans Sherrie Evans Susan Evans Noni Ewing Jean Ezell William Fakess Melanie Fanz Guestine Farley Betty Farrell Stacy Farrell Madeline Feaster Timothy Feaster Susan Fenton John Ferguson V Gary Fields Peggy Fitt Patsy FitzGerald John Fleckenstein Juliana Fleming Craig Fletcher Gary Fletcher Jane Fontenot Alien Ford Sharon Ford Janet Fortson Kathy Foshee Ervin Foster Gayla Foster Leesa Foster Tamra Foster Charlotte Fowler Susie Fox Caroline Franklin Cynthia Franklin Scott Franks Roy Frantom Titia Frazier Susan Freeman John Frost Robin Frost Monica Fuglaar Barbara Fuller Jana Fuller John Gahagan Gay Gallien Rose Gallion Karan Gansloser Tammi Garner Anthony Garza Mark Gasior Pam Gaskin Irma Gates Royce Gaulden Leroy Gay Ralph Gentry Gholam-Reza Ghazizadeh Dorothy Gibbs Paul Gibbs Joanne Gibson Michael Gibson Tina Gillard Undergraduates Sandra Gilliard Debra Gillie Helen Gipson Salty e Gipson Susan Grvens Catherine Glover Lisa Glover Shara Glover Margaret Golson Lou Anne Gonyea Ginger Goodger Ricky Gordon Paulette Graham Zeida Graham Nancy Grant Yvette Grant Diane Grappe Wilson Grappe Deana Grau Mechele Gray Douglas Green Farron Greene Jenny Greene Laurie Greene Laura Gremillion Jerry Grines Richard Grisso Cherry Grosz Reggie Guidry Angela Guillory Penny Gullo Ruth Gutierrez Barbara Hall Dudley Hall Larry Hall Shannon Hall Sheryl Hall Susan Hall Jay Ham Michael Harbison Janice Hardy 1 1 Ruby Harper ¥ Edward Harrell cf Billy Harrington Lou Harrington Paula Harrington Randell Harrington Chanda Hams Jeff Harris Tina Harris Liz Harrison Loretta Harrison Cynthia Harsin Debra Hartline Harlan Harvey Denise Hatcherson Darlene Hay Alicia Haynes Kathryn Haynes Robert Hays John Heil Barbara Helms Maria Hemperley 1«9.IH.. . r-T tt 9 l Vl a®m Undergraduates Hurt, Chr ' s Hensley Nancy Hensley Anne Herndon Margarete Herring Alex Hesser KristiHeyd Anita Hickman Kenny Higgs Anna Hill Kenneth Hill Timonthy Hill Daphne Hlnes Donna Hines Donald Hingle, Jr. Karen Hix Shelly Hoard Brenda Hoeting Lavern Hogan Lottie Holden Patricia Holden Cynthia Holland James Hollier, Jr. Jonnetta Hollingsworth Elaine Holoubek Ramonde Honore Howard Hooper Karen Homung Raymond Horton Dennis Hubbard Katherine Hubbard Susan Hubbard Diane Huckaby Cheryl Hughes Robin Hughes Janet Humphrey Mary Humphrey Ronnie Humphrey Tina Humphrey Brenda Hunt John Hunt Rhonda Hunt Donna Hurt June Husbands Mary Hymel Don Ingram Donna Ingram James Ingram Allen Isaac Helen Isgitt Vicki Isgitt Donna Jackson Fred Jackson Robert Jackson Cynthia Jacob Lori Jacob Kathy Jacobs Andrea James Bonita James Chris James Elesha Jariz Joyce Jeane Joan Jeansonne Gwenda Jefferson Undergraduates Daisey Jenkins Teresa Jenkins Robert Jensma KathyJett Barbara Johnson Carotyn Johnson Connie Johnson Darlene Johnson Frances Johnson Jacqueline Johnson Jim Johnson Kathy Johnson Loraine Johnson Mark Johnson Russell Johnson Shirley Johnson Patricia Johnston Sandra Johnston Angelia Jones Carl Jones Cynthia Jones Dennis Jones Dianne Jones Janice Jones Kathy Jones Lester Jones. II Patricia Jones Stanley Jones Robin Jordan Debra Joshua Mehdi Kabojdanian Anett Kahler Diana Keller Robert Keller Francis Kelley Tammy Kelly Dianna Kemp Janey Kight Richard Kight linger Jerrett Kinard Sandi Kincaid Patricia Knight Linda Knighten Tamara Kowski Chirr e Kraatz Diana Krebsbach David Laborde Darryl LaCaze Cecile LaCour Sheila LaCour Vera LaCour Vickie LaFitte Donna Lefleur Tammy Lafleur Pami Lambert Rose Land Karen Lapeyrouse Stephanie Lard Leigh LaRose Jacqueline Larry Dale LaSource Kenneth Latin Thelma Latin Undergraduates 1BIB2 3 ,YWT w • t U ¥ Linda Lattin Elizabeth Lauve David LaVere Roy LeBlanc, Jr. Tim LeBoeuf Jeffrey Lechman Phyliss LeDoux Ellen Lee Jana Lee Kim Lee Yvette Lee Stephen Leeder Lisa Lennan Debbie Levo Karen Levo Alice Lewandowski Charlesetta Lewis Kevin Lewis Martha Lewis Vicki Lewis Kristi Light foot Tami Lilly Connie Linnear Todd Lintzen Virginia Lister Rae Lites Lisa Little Lisa Little Renee Litton Gwendolyn Loche Carolyn Long Cliff Lopez Jimmy Lott Douglas Loucke John Louis Donny Lovo Gail Lowe Kir by Lunsford Diana Lybrand Melissa Lynn Lisa Lyon Verdis Mack Effie Mackey Theresa Madary Stacey Maddox Lanie Maggio Peggy Mahoney Lynn Maines Miguel Maldonado Karen Malone Pamela Mangham Tina Manry Angela Manuel Lou Manuel Natalie Manuel Charie Marchand Armando Marquez Luis Marrou Donna Marshall Yolanda Marshall Betty Martin David Martin Debbra Martin Undergraduates Lynne Martin Jan Mary Sharon Mason Dorothy Masters Troy Mathieu Brenda Matkin Cindy Mattei Sherrie Mattson Beckie Maxey Sonjya Maxie Jo Mayeaux Marc Mayer Arrie Mayers Rebecca Mayeux Cassandra Mayhorn Michael Mays Walter Mays, Jr. Emeka Mba Stephanie McAlister Harry McCain Sherry McCall Tamara McCall Mike McCart Burton McClendon, Jr. Deborah McCrory Carol McDonald Leigh McFarland . Vaneesa McGaskey Jim McKellar Daniel McKenney, III Tamara McLin T t Debbie McNiel JeffMcRae Eileen Meitzler v . • i -- ( MarvisMelvin Mi ' •$£ ■fP£VT Huey Merritt Carolyn Meshell Emile Metoyer Becky Michel Antoinette Middleton Lynne Middleton Lisa Midkiff Linda Miguez Lynn Milam Eunice Miller Gina Miller Margaret Miller Ruth Miller Sabina Miller Valerie Miller Carlos Minor Loretta Mitchell Nancy Mizell Tim Moltett Merrill Moncure Jennifer Monette Prudence Monette Dennis Monroy Patricia Monsanto Antoinette Moody Florena Moore Jana Moore IfSFfFI ' fr-A I ft . £?. ' .! 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BillShelton Maria Shelton Cahterine Sheppard Elinor Shows Jay Shuler Jere Shuler Ellen Sibley Marian Sibley Monica Sibley Stephanie Sigur Joan Simmons Leta Simpson Debra Sims Cecilia Singleton Undergraduates LI J J» James S sson Donna Sistrunk Lisa Sistrunk Lynda Slagle William Sliman Frankly n Silva Faith Simmons Shelia Skains Patricia Skidmore Laura Sloan Birdie Small Alan Smith Dranell Smith Dwanda Smith Elaine Smith Eliot Smith Josetta Smith Keith Smith Kenneth Smith Sidney Smith Sue Ellen Smith Tantalus Smith Timothy Smith Trixy Smith Creighton Soileau Paula Soeleau Pauline Soileau Stacy Soileau Brenda Sowell Ronald Spencer Melody Sprowl Pat Spruce Richard Stalling David Stamey Joseph Stamey Charlie Starr Lisa Stegall Gregory Stephan John Stephens Lynette Stephenson Davelyn Stevens Beverly Stewart Charlotte Stewart Undergraduates H Shelia Stewart Shirley Stewart Stacy Stewart Charles Stracner Gloria Strange Pam Strange Wendy Stray Darlene Strickland Joy Stroud Linda Stroud Connie Stuchlik Linda Stuchlik Monguella Stull Teresa Sullivan Jill Sweeney Yvette Sweeney Monie Tally Teresa Taraba Rhonda Tassin Marian Tate Thelma Tate Jo Tatum Beth Taylor Ken Taylor Laurie Taylor Tracy Taylor Vannester Taylor Donna Teal Mati Tebele Greg Tennie Stephanie Tennie Duke Terrell Kip Terrell Charles Tesche Tammie Tharpe Sandi Therrell Chelsea Thomas Cynthia Thomas Florrie Thomas Jettye Thomas Malcolm Thomas Roderick Thomas Debra Thompson Karen Thompson Keith Thompson Patsy Thompson Susan Thompson Monte Thrash Tina Thrash Deborah Tibbs Kathy Tinsley » ' ■ ■ ' f. M: 9 3 " on Undergraduates It iAnL La ' k ft Af[1 f " Jennifer Todd Karen Tolrver Vanessa Tolliver Missy Toups Kristy Towry Barbara Toy Pam Trahan Teresa Travis Brent Trimble Lee Trussell Brenda Turner Jessie Turner Karen Turner Paula Turner Beverly Ulmer David Ulmer Charles Underwood Jay Vail Anita Vailes Edmon Valencia Rhonda Valentine Susan Vandergriff Lula Varner Barbara Vaughn Karen Veillon Sandy Vercher Linda Verrett Greg Veuleman Pamela Veuleman Suzette Victorian Karen Vincent Brenda Waggoner Sharah Wagley Terry Watcher Clint Walker Freddie Walker Linda Walker Mary Walker Ronnie Walker Stephen Walker Tina Walker Connie Wallace Linda Wallace Gwendolyn Walton Joyce Warren Regina Washington Debbie Watson Frances Watson Jill Weaver Randy Weeks Jack Welch III Center for History of Louisiana Education Louisiana ' s educational history — dating back more than two and a half cen- turies — was colorful and exciting, and the Center for History of Louisiana Educa- tion brought that heritage to life in our time and sought to preserve it for generations to come. Standing: Maxine Southerland — Director, Jim Allen, Ann Duke. Seated: Kathy Reynolds, Nelda Emmons. Ins Wells Cloteal West Delores West Fatima West Mark West Ginny Whitaker Roger Whitaker Cheryl White Tern White Betty Whitehead Felecia Whitehurst Cynthia Whitmore Julia Whitten Lori Wiggins Undergraduates 99 Donna Wiley Larry Wiley Stephanie Wiley Sheri Wilhelm Clint Wilkerson Janice Wilkin Julie Wilkins Sandra Wilkins Braxton Williams Brenda Williams Carta Williams Carol Williams Darlene Williams Deborah Williams Felicia Williams Gail Williams Jackie Williams Janice Williams John Williams John Williams Julie Williams Kay Williams Loyce Williams Marilyn Williams Newana Williams Pamela Williams Reginald Williams Russell Williams Sherry Williams Terry Williams Tony Williams Kelly Wilson Scott Wilson Tanya Wilson Mike Wise Lillian Withers Hubert Witherson Veronica Wolf Stephanie Wong Catherine Wood Marchelle Woodfin Kathryn Wooding Tracy Woodrum Mark Wollen Wendy Wyble Judy Yancey Robin Yarbrough Gloria Young Karen Young Karren Young Katherine Young Melvin Youngblood Trenderlene Youngblood Karen Zajaczkowski Jafar Zand Verlinda Zeno Scherry Zorosak Jerri Zuniga Athletics Sports Scoreboard Golf 1980 Tournament: Delta State Nicholls State Moe O ' Brien Memorial NLU — Central Bank TAAC Championships Score — Place: 627 650 631 617 951 7 of 14 10 of 12 7 of 9 6 of 11. 5 of 7 Baseball 1980 NSU Opponent 7-5 East Texas Baptist 6-6 4-5 McNeese State 5-1 1-0 Southwestern La. 6-9 1-3 Houston 10-4 6-1 McNeese State 2-2 0-2 Northeast Louisiana 2-5 3-0 Grambling 2-16 2-4 Louisiana Tech 0-3 4-1 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. 5-3 5-8 Louisiana College 3-4 5 Southeastern La. 10 6-10 East Texas Baptist 3-0 0-0 Lamar University 3-10 4-5 Louisiana College 3-2 1-1 Lamar University 8-14 7-3 Stephen F. Austin 5-0 3-0 Louisiana State 5-5 5-5 Southwestern La. 1-4 12-3 Stephen F. Austin 2-2 7-6 Northeast Louisiana 0-5 6-1 Centenary College 5-8 4-0 Louisiana Tech 2-13 9 Northeast Louisiana 12 8 Hardin-Simmons 2 4 Georgia Southern Record: 23-23 11 Men ' s Tennis 1980 NSU Opponent 9 Grambling 8 Stephen F. Austin 1 8 McNeese State 1 9 Southern Arkansas 4 Lamar University 5 6 William and Mary 8 8 McNeese State 1 7 Centenary College 2 3 Nicholls State 6 5 Arkansas — Little Rock 4 6 Centenary College 3 7 Stephen F. Austin 2 6 Louisiana Tech 3 2 Nicholls State 7 3 Northeast Louisiana 6 3 Centenary College 6 9 Houston Baptist 9 Mercer Record: 13-5 Women ' s Tennis 1980 NSU Opponent 9 Southern Arkansas 6 Louisiana College 5 Lamar University 4 8 Southwestern Louisiana 1 9 McNeese State 5 Centenary College 2 9 Southwestern Louisiana 9 Southwestern Louisiana 6 Memphis State 3 9 Louisiana Tech Northeast Louisiana 9 9 Southwestern Louisiana 9 Louisiana Tech 9 Louisiana State 5 9 Arkansas — Little Rock 7 Centenary College 2 6 Louisiana Tech 3 2 Louisiana State 7 9 Southeastern Louisiana 1 Louisiana State 8 3 Tulane 6 Record: 16-5 Football 1980 Ranked 8 NCAA Div. I-AA NSU Opp. 31 Abilene Christian 10 38 Texas — Arlington 31 22 Stephen F. Austin 3 13 McNeese State 10 14 Northeast Louisiana 38 48 New York Tech 6 23 Louisiana Tech 27 Central Michigan 17 40 Portland State 21 21 Nicholls State 14 16 Southeastern Louisiana Record 8-3 14 Softball 1980 NSU Opponent 3 New Orleans 6 4 New Orleans 2 8 LSU — Alexandria 4 3 LSU — Alexandria 1 11 Louisiana Tech 3 13 Louisiana Tech 3 3 McNeese State 4 5 McNeese State 2 Sam Houston State 4 2 Sam Houston State 15 1 Texas A M 5 Texas A M 11 Stephen F. Austin 9 1 Stephen F. Austin 7 Louisiana State 10 6 Louisiana State 7 Northeast Louisiana 4 6 Northeast Louisiana 4 12 New Orleans 6 7 New Orleans 5 2 Stephen F. Austin 13 1 Stephen F. Austin 4 6 Southwestern La. 1 5 New Orleans 1 Baylor University 1 Northeast Oklahoma Record: 11-15 8 Basketball 80-81 Men ' s NSU Opponent 68 Louisiana Tech 71 67 Louisiana Tech 79 97 Louisiana College 70 71 Arkansas — Little Rock 63 70 Akron 86 77 Pepperdine 87 65 Northeast Louisiana 66 51 Houston Baptist 52 71 Grambling 73 71 Centenary College 72 90 Southeastern Louisiana 71 67 Southern Mississippi 65 77 Georgia Southern 72 78 Hardin-Simmons 70 Basketball 80-81 Women ' s NSU Opponent 57 Louisiana State 82 95 New Orleans 82 87 South Florida 70 65 Southwestern 57 99 New Orleans 107 102 Lamar University 91 73 University of Arkansas 62 61 Louisiana College 67 68 McNeese State 74 74 Southern Mississippi 72 72 McNeese State 73 54 Southern University 68 91 Nicholls State 74 102 Texas Christian 60 73 Southern Mississippi 83 88 Northeast Louisiana 70 75 Texas — Arlington 74 87 North Texas State 73 78 Louisiana College 71 Men ' s Tennis 1980 Results NSU Opponent 9 Grambling 8 Stephen F. Austin 1 8 McNeese State 1 9 Southern Arkansas 4 Lamar University 5 6 William and Mary 8 8 McNeese State 1 7 Centenary College 2 3 Nicholls State 6 5 Arkansas — Little Rock 4 6 Centenary College 3 7 Stephen F. Austin 2 6 Louisiana Tech 3 2 Nicholls State 7 3 Northeast Louisiana 6 3 Centenary College 6 9 Houston Baptist 9 Mercer Due to deadline, individual pictures were not available. Members of the 1981 Tennis Team include: M Lytt Allen Mor:,3 Brown Donnie Louo Felipe Marrou Jimmy Maskas Hugo Molina Iker Ortiz Jorge Salkeld Alfredo Trellenque Wynand Wessels Demons Uphold a Winning Tradition ■ ■ ■ Page 1 72: 1. Ha jo Hakkaart has a good time on the court. Page 1 73: 2. Iker Ortiz shows his strength. 3. Trulienque possesses a touch of class. 4. Hakkaart exhib- its his own style. Women ' s Tennis 1980 Results NSU 9 Southern Arkansas Opponent 6 5 8 Louisiana College Lamar University Southwestern La. 4 1 9 McNeese State 5 9 Centenary College Southwestern La. 2 9 Southwestern La. 6 9 Memphis State Louisiana Tech 3 Northeast Louisiana 9 9 Southwestern La. 9 Louisiana Tech 9 Louisiana State 5 9 Arkansas — Little Rock 7 6 Centenary College Louisiana Tech 2 3 2 Louisiana State 7 9 Southeastern La. 1 Louisiana State 8 3 Tulane 6 Due to deadline, individual Nannette Beasley Sherrie Lipsom pictures were not available. Shirley Echaiz Elizabeth Rosenthal Members of the 1981 Tennis Jennifer Grantnam Mary Travis Team include: 1. Carin Roux and Babette Cramer discuss the day ' s practice. 2. Suzanne Roux reaches for a tough one. 3. Nannette Beasley uses her trusty forehand. 2 £ — _ Page 1 76 1 Cann Roux keeps her eye on the ball 2 Elizabeth Rosenthal shows her true form 3 Suzanne Roux puts power into her returns. Page 177: 4. Carin Roux shows much concentration on the volley. And the Winning Tradition Continues Track and Field 1980 Best Performances 100 Meter Dash: Duper, 10.37 200 Meter Dash: Duper, 20.96 400 Meter Dash: Swaker, 47.92 800 Meter Run: Robinson, 1:50.37 1500 Meter Run: Green, 3:50.97 3000 Meter Steeplechase: Gilson, 9:44.95 Two Mile Run: Green, 9:24.8 5000 Meter Run: Green, 14:48. 1 1 10 Meter Hurdles: Minor, 14.7 400 Meter Hurdles: Epps, 53.37 400 Meter Relay: 39.48 Oatis Delaney Fuller Duper 1600 Meter Relay: 3:11.40 Carter Alex Williams Swaker Sprint Medley: 3:21.82 Fuller Duper Alex Bonner Distance Medley: 10:01.0 Bonner Washington Robinson Green 4 by 800 Meter Relay: 7:26.31 Robinson, Green Bradford Bonner Long Jump: Handy, 26-1 Triple Jump: Handy, 52-0V2 High Jump: Oatis, 7-% Pole Vault: Choate, 15-5 Shot Put: Galloway, 45-10% Discus: Galloway, 139-1 Javelin Throw: Fee, 233-1 Decathlon: 6,479 points by Rick Schweitzer Bryan Barrios Doug Birch Wendell Bonner Ray Brown f ; f £ ? ' fc £ 1. Frank Copeland clears the bar. 2. Niki Choates prepares for the javelin throw. 3. Mark Duper breaks the tape to win the relay for Northwestern. John Campbell Oliver Chairs Jimmy Chilton Niki Choates 1. Wendell Bonner runs with the pack. 2 Copeland completes another jump. 3 Bonner takes the lead. Mark Duper Kelvin Fee David Fuller Billy Green 180 £ «v f f gf m £ Kenneth Hill ■ 9t -5-. Mario Johnson M Michael Mays ' « (J ? HerbMendosa Mm OILS- NSIJ fc JESS 12-B. 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 52 1 l-Wm .m ,. ■ Carlos Minor Kenny Mosley Victor Oatis m % ' Randy Robinson f ' e Members of the Northwestern Cross Country Team include: L-R: Bryan Barrios, Herb Mendosa, Doug Birch, Victor Bradford, Curt Boudreaux, Billy Green, Randy Robinson, and Coach Dyes. TAAC All-Conference Cross Country Team f t Rick Schweitzer Steve Stockton Delfer Washington John Wiggins Baseball 1980 Results NSU Opponent NSU Opponent 7-5 East Texas Baptist 6-6 0-0 Lamar University 3-10 4-5 McNeese State 5-1 4-5 Louisiana College 3-2 1-0 Southwestern La. 6-9 1-1 Lamar University 8-14 0-3 Houston 10-4 7-3 Stephen F. Austin 5-0 6-1 McNeese State 2-2 3-0 Louisiana State 5-5 0-2 Northeast Louisiana 2-5 5-5 Southwestern La. 1-4 3-0 Grambling 2-16 12-3 Stephen F. Austin 2-2 2-4 Louisiana Tech 0-3 7-6 Northeast Louisiana 0-5 4-1 Wisconsin — Stevens Pt. 5-3 6-1 Centenary College 5-8 5-8 Louisiana College 3-4 4-0 Louisiana Tech 2-13 5 Southeastern La. 10 9 Northeast Louisiana 12 6-10 East Texas Baptist 3-0 8 Hardin Simmons 2 4 Georgia Southern 11 o 53t Head Coach — Herbie Smith Graduate Assistant — Ed Spurlock Bat Girls, L-R: Chari Barron, Colette Coburn, Yvette Coburn, Beck! Maxey, Donna LaFleur, and Carta Thomas. L - 7rz Eric Barkley Jimmy Clarius Mike Davern 1 1980 Statistical Leaders Batting: Toussaint, .327 Hits: Dorsey, 40 Doubles: Dorsey, 1 1 Triples: Graf, 2 Home Runs: Dorsey, 6 RBI ' s: Dorsey, 26 Total Bases: Dorsey, 71 Stolen Bases: Guelde, Holloway, 9 Innings Pitched: Stelly, 76 Wins: Stelly, 7 Losses: Stelly, 7 Complete Games: Stelly, 7 E.R.A.: Stelly, 3.32 Strikeouts: Stelly, 68 Winning Pet.: Stagner , .800 (4-1) Steve Graf Doug Guelde David Holloway Steve Holloway I8 Page 186: 1. Demon pitcher fires one in. 2. Bulldog batter takes a strike. Page 187: 1. Demon batter dodges a close pitch. 2. Demon batter gives it his best. Gerry Larsen Jay Lavespere Randy Lavespere Todd Lintzen Wayne Lupo £k Chris Marshall jm£_ Jeff Misenheimer Dean Napoli ft ft i Demons in Action . . Jim Oliver Raymond Peters Dean Riviere David Saylors ? Is it fair or foul? 2 Dorsey waits for a chance to steal. 3. Sliding in for a close call Carl Soileau Brett Solano E David Thrash Darrel Toussaint 190 ' ) it Demons Close With .500 Season a Brent Trimble Mike Vienne Kevin Warner Tony Mays Softball 1980 Results NSU Opponent NSU Opponent 3 New Orleans 6 1 Stephen F. Austin 7 4 New Orleans 2 Louisiana State 10 8 LSU — Alexandria 4 6 Louisiana State 7 3 LSU — Alexandria 1 Northeast Louisiana 4 11 Louisiana Tech 3 6 Northeast Louisiana 4 13 Louisiana Tech 3 12 New Orleans 6 3 McNeese State 4 7 New Orleans 5 5 McNeese State 2 Stephen F. Austin 13 2 Sam Houston State 4 1 Sephen F. Austin 4 2 Sam Houston State 15 6 Southwestern La. 1 1 Texas A M 5 5 New Orleans 1 Texas A M 11 Baylor University 1 Stephen F. Austin 9 Northeast Oklahoma 8 192 Karen Briggs Sherri Broocks Jackie Calandro Julie Cassel vN Head Coach James Smith 1 Lady Demon makes a stop — barely. 2 Lady Demons take the field. 3 A bat- ter reaches lor a high one 4 Sorry, lady, but I ' m afraid you ' re OUT! c£ -= ' ZZ ± ss=: Jerri Jenkins Linda Jones Renetta Judice Helen LeFevre K h. kjh S ik NSU Golf Due to deadline, individual pictures were not available. Members of the 1981 Golf team include: Chris Roper David Goldstein Paul Day Charlie Ingalls Pitts Carstens Kenny Parr 1980 Results Tournament: Score — Place: Delta State 627- 7 of 14 Nicholls State 650- 10 of 12 Moe O ' Brien Memorial 631 - 7 of 9 NLU — Central Bank 617 — 6 of 11 TAAC Championships 951 - 5 of 7 Intramurals — Something for Everyone Intramurals Fall Semester Schedule of Events Tug-O-War Sept. 8 Co-ed Softball Sept. 9-11 Punt, Pass and Kick Sept. 15-16 Horseshoes Sept. 17-18 Swim Meet Sept. 22 Frisbee Contest Sept. 29 Flag Football Sept. 30 — Nov. 14 Tennis Oct. 1-31 Pool Oct. 8-9 Golf Oct. 15 Volleyball Oct. 30 — Dec. 4 All-Niter " TGIF " Oct. 31 — Nov. 1 Darts Nov. 4 Two-On-Two Basketball Nov. 10-13 Cross Country Nov. 18 Rifle Shoot Nov. 19-20 Miller One-On-One Dec. 2-4 1, Alison Arthur concentrates on the frisbee throw. 2. Ginger Parrish, Coordinator of Intramurals. 3. George Celles competes in the swim meet. 1 A swim meet participant tightens up on her backstroke. 2 Melame Daigle takes her turn at the frisbee throw. 3 Flag football players line up for another play. INTRAMURALS 1. Judy Vance gives her team a pep talk. 2. Un Kappa Fifths give the tug-o-war their all. 3. Eddie Childers makes a return in the tennis tournament. a " potpourri " of sports. M Intramural All-Niter Oct. 31 —Nov. 1 O Spring Semester Schedule of Events Table Tennis Jan. 21-22 Bowling Jan. 26-29 Basketball Hot Shot Feb. 2 Weightlifting Feb. 4 H-O-R-S-E Feb. 5 Racquetball Feb. 9 Basketball Feb. 10 Monopoly Feb. 16 Backgammon Feb. 25 Slam Dunk March 1 1 Softball Tourney March 14-15 Softball March 16 Tennis March 23 Volleyball March 23-26 Badminton April 6-9 Archery April 22 Canoe Race April 27 Track Meet April 29 1. An Intramural roundballer goes in for a lay up. 2. Fred Galloway pre- pares to lift in the weightlifting competition. 3. The championship game is filled with exciting moves. 1 Bowling is another ol the exciting Intramural events, 2 Karla Thomas takes a leap at the track meet. 3 Competitors in the canoe race seem to be at a standstill. Intramurals — Just for the Fun of It! " Purple Pride " lUtOiUliUBaBUWUC ' The 1 980 Season Abilene christian Sept. 6 Texas-Arlington Sept. 13 Stephen F. Austin Sept. 20 McNeese State Sept. 27 Northeast Louisiana Oct. 4 New York Tech Oct. 1 1 Louisiana Tech Oct. 18 Central Michigan Oct. 25 Portland State Nov. 1 Nicholls State Nov. 8 Southeastern Louisiana Nov. 22 1980 NSU Football Offensive Coaching Staff Billy Laird Joe Raymond Peace Herbie Smith Defensive Coaching Staff Jerry Arledge Don Guidry Ron Alexander Graduate Assistants J P. Dunbar Bill Johnson Kent Johnston A. L. Williams — Head Coach A. L. Williams didn ' t fit the mold of the average collegiate head football coach. He was too soft-spoken, too friendly and congenial. He didn ' t have the typical coach ' s hobbies, like golf or barhopping. Occasionally, he hunted or fished a little, but usually there was not enough time for that. Heck, the guy didn ' t even smoke or drink. Williams had been a success on every level of athletics that he had ever been associated with, dating all the way back to his playing days in high school and col- lege and his outstanding record as a prep coach. Williams joined the NSU staff prior to the 1974 season and served as offensive coordinator that year before being named head coach immediately after the final game of that season. Five years later, he and his staff were reaping the benefits of five tough years of work, including a brand new athletic complex and a most exciting demon football season. The 46-year-old Williams received his bachelor ' s degree from Louisiana Tech in 1957 and his master ' s degree in 1965. He was married to the former Sarah Sneed of Shreveport and they had two daughters, Amy (17) and Kay (15). Northwestern State 31 Abilene Christian 10 September 6, 1980 Turpin Stadium, Natchitoches STATS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU ACU 24 NSU 21 148 242 390 5-40.0 8-70 0-0 ACU 20 159 157 316 4-37.8 5-45 5-3 31 10 ACU — Perry, 46 yd. Field goal NSU — Manning, 7 yd. pass from Barkley (Clement kick) NSU — Delaney, 2 yd. run (Clement kick) NSU — Bennett, 24 yd. pass from Hebert (Clement kick) NSU — Delaney, 2 yd. run (Clement kick) ACU — Henderson, 1 yd. run (Perry kick) 1. Galloway Is excited as the Demons score again. 2. Delaney sweeps. 3. Demon defense holds the Wildcats. Rickey Ainsworth. DT Eric Barkley, OB Terry Bertrand, CB Jimmy Blackwell, TE Jody Blackwell. OT 2 Wfii Northwestern State 38 University of Texas — Arlington 31 September 13, 1980 Turpin Stadium, Natchitoches First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU UTA 24 7 STATS NSU 24 236 367 603 2-42.0 10-84 2-0 14 UTA 21 299 165 464 5-26.2 4-30 4-1 38 31 UTA — Jessie, 1 1 yd. run UTA — Happel, Field goal 44 yds. NSU — Liles, 64 yd. pass from Hebert (Clement kick) NSU — Clement, Field goal 41 yds. UTA — George, 4 yd. run (Happel kick) NSU — Bennett, 51 yd. pass from Hebert (Clement kick) NSU — Hebert, 2 yd. run (Clement kick) UTA — Lewis, 10 yd. pass from Logan (Happel kick) UTA — Rayfield, 6 yd. run (Happel kick) NSU — Mays, 1 5 yd. pass from Hebert (Liles pass from Hebert) 1. Hebert scores. 2. Crowd cheers! 3. Demons fail to block Happel ' s 44 yd. field goal. 4. Hebert struggles for a gain. A f r 3% Sean Brooks, DB Mike Camden, LB Chris Craighead. C JoeDelaney, TB Mike Deramee. DE Northwestern State 22 Stephen F. Austin 3 September 20, 1980 Lumberjack Stadium, Nacogdoches, Texas STATS NSU SFA First clowns 17 19 Rushing yardage 173 126 Passing yardage 265 122 Total yardage 438 248 Punts — Average 5-45.4 6-37.8 Penalties — Yardage 16-185 7-55 Fumbles — Lost 3-2 5-2 NSU 9 7 6 22 SFA 3 3 NSU — Clement, 28 yd. Field goal SFA — Loafman, 24 yd. Field goal NSU — Delaney, 40 yd. pass from Hebert (Kick wide) NSU — Manning, 7 yd. pass from Hebert (Clement kick) NSU — Liles, 7 yd. pass from Hebert (Kick wide) 7. SFA Lumberjack takes a fall. 2. Demon receiver anticipates a catch. 3. Hebert looks for a way out. 4. Demon defense diags down a Lumberjack. Chuck Dupree, RB Tony Fakess. C Carlton Finister, FB Mike Ford. NG Rusty Funk, RB % Northwestern State McNeese State University 10 September 27, 1980 Cowboy Stadium, Lake Charles 13 STATS NSU MSU First downs 22 11 Rushing yardage 187 179 Passing yardage 264 23 Total yardage 451 202 Punts — Average 3-37.3 6-40.3 Penalties — Yardage 12-118 5-45 Fumbles — Lost 5-4 2-2 NSU 3 10 = 13 MSU 3 7 = 10 MSU — Stump, 35 yd. Field Goal NSU — Quickel, 34 yd. Field Goal MSU — Branch, 5 yd. pass from Stephon (Stump kick) NSU — Delaney, 2 yd. run (Quickel kick) NSU — Quickel, 19 yd. Field Goal 1. Grappe and Thomas prepare to squash a Cowboy gain. 2. Delaney shows his winning style. 3. Demons add more yardage to their passing total. s Si Fred Galloway, OG Chris Gautier, DT Todd Gibbs, OT Steve Graf. S David Grappe, DE NSUvs. NLU: Regionally Televised Northeast Louisiana University 38 Northwestern State 1 4 October 4, 1980 Malone Stadium, Monroe STATS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU NLU NSU 21 134 233 367 6-38.5 10-82 0-0 7 21 NLU 28 186 304 490 3-39.3 5-26 2-0 14 38 NSU — Delaney. 1 yd. run (Quickel kick) NLU — Craighead, 1 1 yd. pass from Holman (Toups kick) NLU — Toups, 18 yd. Field goal NLU — Rome, 3 yd. pass from Holman (Toups kick) NLU — Moore. 1 yd. run (Toups kick) NLU — Robinson, 1 yd run (Toups kick) NSU — Walker. 80 yd. pass from Barkley (Quickel kick) NLU — Renfro, 26 yd. pass from Wassom (Toups kick) 7 Demons scalp an Indian. 2. Delaney runs for a gain. 3. Liles toes the line. Warren Griffith. C Reggie Guidry. TB Bobby Hebert. OB David Hennigan, S Stacy Holder, DT Northwestern State 48 New York Tech 6 October 11, 1980 Turpin Stadium, Natchitoches STATS NSU NYT First downs 24 9 Rushing yardage 183 85 Passing yardage 323 67 Total yardage 506 152 Punts — Average 1-44.0 7-32. 1 Penalties — Yardage 9-113 4-40 Fumbles — Lost 5-3 6-2 NSU NYT 48 6 NSU — Finister, 30 yd. run (Kick blocked) NSU — Green, 8 yd. run (Quickel kick) NSU — Safety, Williams tackled in endzone NSU — Green, 4 yd. run (Quickel kick) NSU — Funk, 1 yd. pass from Barkley (Quickel kick) NSU — Oatis, 35 yd. pass from Barkley (Quickel kick) NSU — Oatis, 36 yd. pass from Powell (Kick failed) NSU — Blackwell, 71 yd. pass from Powell (Kick blocked) NYT — Kleinschmidt, 19 yd. pass from Annarumma (Pass failed) 1. Smith sacks the Bears ' quarterback. 2. Powell drops back to pass. 3. Hebert releases a pass. Sam Jenkins, DE Dennis Jones, S Kenny Jones, TB Tim Jordan, NG Steve Knotts, C 217 Louisiana Tech University 27 Northwestern State 23 October 18, 1980 State Fair Stadium, Shreveport STATS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU 12 99 231 330 7-41.9 6-76 2-2 LTU 22 22 211 432 5-40.0 12-117 5-2 NSU LTU 13 16 7 14 = 23 = 27 LTU — Brown, 25 yd pass from Dunigan (Lee kick) LTU — Dunigan. 7 yd run (kick failed) NSU — Delaney. 1 yd run (Ouickel kick) NSU — Delaney. 5 yd run (Pass failed) NSU — Quickel. 34 yd Field goal LTU — Greer. 12 yd pass from Dunigan (Lee kick) NSU — Oatis. 79 yd pass from Barkley (Ouickel kick) LTU — Yates. 20 yd run (Lee kick) J Rushing looks for a gam 2 Coaches Smith and Piece decide the Demons next move 3 Delaney and Griffith celebrate a Demon touchdown. m. ' ,v. Karl Lane. DE Tim Ledet. LB Randy Lee. OT Mark Leonard. OB Randy Liles. WR 1. Barkley looks on from the sidelines. 2. Demons do it to the Doggy ' s style. 3. Dog Greer is tripped up for a loss. 4. Delaney comes in for a landing. ' i ] ' IT ' " v- j Lmi Pb- State Fair Classic .. ■ a L-» La I ■ Sonny Louis, DE Spencer Mallett, CB Doug Manning, TE Mark Mathews, OT Walter Mays, WR 219 Central Michigan University 17 Northwestern State October 25, 1980 Perry Shorts Stadium Mt. Pleasant, Michigan First down Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost STATS NSU 12 27 170 197 5-38.2 3-21 2-9 CMU 23 330 100 430 3-39.6 7-56 3-1 17 NSU CMU 14 3 CMU — Todd, 16 yd. run (Bojovic kick) CMU — Reggie, 12 yd. run (Bojovic kick) CMU — Bojovic, 25 yd. Field goal 1 Robinson reaches for a tough one. 2. Chippewa rusher hits a Demon roadblock. 3. Rubin snares a pass. Bruce McCreary. LB Davey Monet te. CB Gary Morgan, LB Edward Orgeron. DT Tim Poe. CB ft J OB rxi cm nn en mi Northwestern State 40 Portland State University 21 Turpin Stadium, Natchitoches STATS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU PSU NSU 28 347 226 573 1-12.0 13-113 2-2 PSU — Johnson, 16 yd. pass from Lomax (Kincheloe kick) NSU — Delaney, 81 yd. run (Quickel kick) PSU — Didier, 1 yd. pass from Lomax (Kincheloe kick) NSU — Delaney, 3 yd. run (Kick failed) NSU — Robinson recovered fumble in endzone (Pass failed) NSU — Delaney, 34 yd. run (Run failed) PSU — Johnson, 4 yd. pass from Lomax (Kincheloe kick) NSU — Finister, 2 yd. run (Delaney run) NSU — Oatis, 59 yd. pass from Hebert (Quickel kick) 1. Reasons and Grappe sink a viking. 2. Finister dives for a gain. PSU 20 3 376 379 3-31.7 5-57 2-2 40 21 Stan Powell, QB Dale Quickel, K Terry Joe Ramsey, WR Gary Reasons, LB Larry Robinson, DB Northwestern State 21 g? Nicholls State University 14 Turpin Stadium Natchitoches STATS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Total yardage Punts — Average Penalties — Yardage Fumbles — Lost NSU 27 382 95 477 4-41.5 9-91 2-1 Nicholls 14 139 110 249 6-50.8 6-42 2-1 NSU 7 7 Nicholls 7 7 7 ) = 21 D = 14 NSU — Liles. 29 yd. pass from Hebert (Quickel kick) NSU — Hebert, 2 yd. run (Quickel kick) Nicholls — Walker. 34 yd. pass from Case (Morgan kick) Nicholls — Walker, 41 yd. pass from Case (Morgan kick) NSU — Delaney. 1 yd. run (Quickel kick) 1. Demon receiver leaps for the ball. 2. Demon defenders drag down the Colonel quarterback. 3. Liles. all alone for the catch. Charles Rose. OG Barry Rubin. TE Tommy Rushing. CB Gary Sharp. WR Robert Shaw. OG Steve Shillings. OG ( ft Northwestern State Southeastern State University 14 Turpin Stadium, Natchitoches 16 STATS NSU SLU First downs 13 13 Rushing yardage 96 185 Passing yardage 203 84 Total yardage 299 269 Punts — Average 7-46.1 7-32.4 Penalties — Yardage 3-45 5-43 Fumbles — Lost 6-3 3-3 NSU 7 6 3 16 SLU 7 7 14 SLU — Drago, 1 1 yd. pass from Wells (Alvarez kick) NSU — Liles, 98 yd. pass from Hebert (Quickel kick) SLU — Patterson, 42 yd. pass from Wells (Alvarez kick) NSU — Delaney, 26 yd. pass from Hebert NSU — Quickel, 42 yd. Field Goal . Lion rusher gets lost in the Demon jungle. 2. Demon field goal fires up the team. 3. Delaney dodges the Lion defense. wM ■ jii i r Johnny Skinner, OT Scott Smith, DT Ernest Smith, LB Bud Snodgrass, DT Pat Spruce, OG Freeman Thomas, NG Individual Records Broken — the 1980 Season Game Most Total Yards — 465, Bobby Hebert vs. Texas Arlington Most Passing Yards — 364, Bobby Hebert vs. Texas Arlington Most Touchdown Passes — 4, Bobby Hebert vs. Texas Arlington Points Responsible For — 32, Bobby Hebert vs. Texas Arlington Rushing Attempts — 41, Joe Delaney vs. Nicholls State Longest Pass — 98, Bobby Hebert to Randy Liles vs. Southeastern Longest Field Goal — 51, Leo Clement vs. Abilene Christian Most Field Goal Attempts — 4, Leo Clement vs. Abilene Christian and Texas Arlington (tie) Interceptions — 3, Darrel Toussaint vs. Nicholls State Consecutive Completions in a Game — 9, Bobby Hebert vs. Abilene Christian and Portland State Seasons Yards Passing — 18,828, Bobby Hebert Rushing Attempts — 221, Joe Delaney Net Rushing Yards — 1,110, Joe Delaney Average Rushing Yards Per Game — 111, JoeDelaney Receptions in a Season — 37, Randy Liles Receiving Yards — 657, Randy Liles Career Rushing Attempts — 585, Joe Delaney Most 100-Yard Games — 11, Joe Delaney Rushing Yards — 3047, Joe Delaney Points — 188, Joe Delaney 1980 Football Tim Tuttle, LB James Walker. TE Jerry Wheeler, WR Greg Williams. LB Warren Williams. S President — Kevin Greene Vice President — Lisa Stegall Secretary-Treasurer — Wendy Wyble Publicity Chairman — Monty Chicola - - N| Fund Raising Chairman — J. D.Banks VjiyiTinaStlCS UlUD 1980-81 Row 1: Jo Blanchard, Dolly Butts, Wendy Wyble, Lisa Stegall, Trade Dayries, Vickie Morton, Instructor, Monty Chicola, Brian Dodson, Leslie Comeaux, Steve Campbell. Row 2: Rhonda Waites, Peggy Reich, Tamara Corley, Ann Birkhead, Veronica Wolf, Teresa Peterson, Hugh Merritt, Jon Vincento, Eddie Norris, Kevin Greene, John Thomas Wood, John Banks. Men ' s Basketball 80-81 Results NSU Opponent 68 Louisiana Tech 71 67 Louisiana Tech 79 97 Louisiana College 70 71 Arkansas — Little Rock 63 70 Akron 86 77 Pepperdine 87 65 Northeast Louisiana 66 51 Houston Baptist 52 71 Grambling 73 71 Centenary College 72 90 Southeastern 71 67 Southern Mississippi 65 77 Georgia Southern 72 78 Hardin-Simmons 70 Wayne Yates Takes Over as Head Coach A highly successful coach in his five seasons as head coach at Memphis State, Wayne Yates took over the Northwestern State program this year with the same goals he had at Memphis — to gain national prominence for the Northwestern basketball program. Many felt Yates had a tough road ahead after the Demons were 5-20 a year ago, but if anyone knew about immediate success it was Yates. And while admitting it took time to develop a strong program, Yates didn ' t see any reason why the Demons couldn ' t start winning this year. Yates was a strong advocate of up-tempo basket- ball, using a fast break whenever possible and a full- court pressing defense. For three seasons Yates ' teams averaged over 87 points a game. While Yates was the head coach, Memphis State broke 12 MSU scoring records. When Yates was named the Northwestern coach over a field of 55 applicants, he felt it was an ideal job, a chance to build a program at a Division I school while living in a community that was perfect for Yates and his family. Demon fans were equally assured that Northwestern had hired the ideal coach. Gary Ashworth Barry Copeland Graduate Assistants Will Roark Manager m. a . Wayne Waggoner takes a long shot. 2 Jerry Lynch battles for a rebound- 3. In spite of heavy coverage. Melvin Young- blood goes in for a shot. s ' r Ml • : x V P. .fcfc. .iff " -•• ' r 9 ' l ( » Jerry Lynch Roger Nolan Frederick Piper Earnest Reliford Wayne Waggoner Melvin Youngblood Page 230 1 Youngblood tries to outmaneuver a Tech defender. 2. Waggoner puts it up 3 Frederick Piper towers above other players as he takes a shot. Page 23 1: 1 Jim Hoops climbs on Grambling players to place his shot in the basket. 2. Piper becomes entangled with an HBU Huskie. 3. Ray Baggett hustles after a loose ball. ., , - %r --r - ■ii 230 232 « Lady Demon Basketball 80-81 Results NSU 57 Louisiana State 95 New Orleans 87 South Florida 65 Southwestern 99 New Orleans 102 Lamar University 73 University of Arkansas 61 Louisiana College 68 McNeese State 74 Southern Mississippi 72 McNeese State 54 Southern University 91 Nicholls State 101 Texas Christian 73 Southern Mississippi 88 Northeast Louisiana 75 Texas — Arlington 87 North Texas State 78 Louisiana College 234 • Pat Pierson Head Coach In her third year as head coach and coordinator of Women ' s athletics at her alma mater, Pat Pierson had the talent on hand to improve her career coaching record that was already a good one in the college and high school ranks. With little experience on hand, Pierson took her first Lady Demon team to a 12-15 record and then followed that last season with a 19-17 mark. Northwestern placed in three different tournaments and survived an eight game losing streak earlier in the year. Before coming to Northwestern, Pierson had been a five-time All-District selection at Pitkin, being named to the all-state team two years. Pierson was the Most Valua- ble Player during her junior and senior seasons as a prep and was the valedictorian of her class. X Dianna Cary Graduate Assistant Betty Ruth Perkins Manager James Smith s Assistant Coach V Teresa Williams V Manager .- Carlin Bendo Shern Broocks Sharon Brown Julie Cassel 1. Kim Paulk dribbles under the goal. 2. Erica Dupree goes in lor a lay up. 3. Marilyn Gates reaches for the ball. Joan Darbonne Sheila Dowden Erica Dupree Charlene Elvers 1. Helen LeFevre comes in ahead of the crowd. 2. Tracy Taylor struggles to put the ball up. Marilyn Gates Mary Humphrey Linda Jones Helen LaFevre Kim Paulk Tracy Taylor Stephany Washington Tracy Willis 1 Marilyn Gates sets up a shot. 2. Tracy Taylor shoots. 3. Taylor and Paulk fend oft the Lamar Lady Cardinals. 240 The 1980-81 NSU Cheerleaders Diane Adams Mike Barton Kim Berry Robert Douglas Tony Hernandez % m 1. The Demon gets his act together before a pep rally. 2. The cheerleaders are in action at the first home football game. 3. The cheerleaders perform one of their many daring stunts before a huge pep rally crowd. ra.7 f LM i Kent Larrimer l w J| Lisa Larrimer ' J Stacy Maddox Susan Sands Cindy Tuttle 1 The Demon watches the game from the sidelines 2. The cheerleaders get the crowd tired up at a pep rally u The Demon Mascot Athletic Staff 1. Larry Garrett, Athletic Business Manager. 2. Sybil Walsworth, Fieldhouse Services. 3. Nan Holmes, Athletic Secretary. 4. A. L. Williams, Athletic Director. 5. Pat Pierson, Coordinator of Women ' s Athletics. 6. Eugene Christmas, Trainer. 7. Dr. Joe Thomas, Team Physician. 247 t rs Greeks Greeks e e k s Northwestern Estate t fniversitu had ten national fraternities and Seven national Sororities with houses off and on campus. . J he purpose of a Cjreeh organization was to help each individual to become a well- adjusted, mature and intelligent person through the high ideals of the group. Sn Sudi groups, a person shared friendship and good times. i Ju stressing Scholarship, a group helped an individual to gel the most out of his college education. L jreeh participation in innumerable campus activities encouraged an individual to become a well-rounded person who enioued meeting. Knowing, and working with people of all interests and haihgrounds. . IS the ' -anlu ' t ' lcnit Creed Stated: ZJnii is our imti of life. _ v hard fife, a fun fife — ZJne ( jreeh -JLife! jfraternilied ororifici lyear Lsriainateci Afctive rllembt Mlpha J appa Mipht Jllplia Plii JMpL J£)elia J igma ZJneia 2), « Zeta J appu Mlpna Jrder J appa Mipna f- si J appa J igma Jmega f- ii f- ni [ ' hi faela igma Pl,i W„ f i .J appa f- ni J)igma J appa Stigma 2 igtna Stigma Stigma Z au Cjamma ZJau J appa C piilon ZJneta Cm Zeta Pki Beta 1973 1973 1972 1927 1963 1974 1966 1972 1973 1967 1956 1959 1928 1929 1957 1968 1972 19 10 15 21 14 11 32 16 9 35 4 12 36 12 13 9 13 251 Greeks r e e k s Alpha Kappa Alpha Diane Adams Marilyn Boss Barbara Chew Linda Cooksey Evelyn Cox Loraine Johnson Cynthia Lewis, Grammateus Connie Linnear Karlette Metoyer, Epistoles Lenita Quarles, Tamioches Sandra Richardson Robena Roberson, Anti-Basileus Monica Smith, Dean of Pledges Vanessa Tolliver Cheryl Woodard Dorothy Young. Basileus Ml Alpha Kappa Alpha, a sorority of sisterhood, dedicated its existence to " the service of all mankind. " Alpha Kappa Alpha ' s colors were salmon pink and apple green. Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded January 16, 1908 at Howard University. Alpha Kappa Alpha made many contributions to the Job Corps and other organizations. J. The president of Alpha Kappa Alpha is Dorothy Young. 2. Alpha Kap- pa Alpha members pose for a picture. 3. The Alpha Kappa Alpha shield hangs in the Student Union. Greeks I Alpha Phi Alpha Edward L. McCarty Herbert Murphy. Pres. Gary Sanders Alpha Phi Alpha was the oldest black fraternity on campus. Through the years, this fraternity con- tributed to the Sickle Cell Anemia and the Heart Fund Association. Alpha Phi Alpha ' s motto was, " First of all, service to all, we shall transcend all. " The frater- nity ' s colors were black and old gold. 1. The president of Alpha Phi Alpha is Herbert Murphy. 2. Alpha Phi Alpha ' s greek letters. 3. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity members express a fine element of togetherness. Greeks r e Delta Sigma Thet e k s Tammy Bridges Angela Dogens Chonda Harris Patricia Jones Robbie Lee Angela Mitchell Linda Pitre Gisele Proby Janice Proby Sherri Raleigh, Vice-Pres. Sonya Snowden, Treasurer Shirley Stewart Christolyn Turner Mattie Whitley. Secretary J 4 fr m ™_ :- ' TV Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1913 at Howard University. It was a sorority which emphasized character and dedication. 1. Delta Sigma Theta members display their works at rush arty. 2. Delta Sigma Theta girls greet freshmen. 3. Delta ma Thetas gather before rush party. Greeks Delta Zeta Patti Ballard Kathy Barton Penny Bordelon Janie Byrge Myrna Capello Staaa Caldwell Sandra Camahan Norma Carrillo Beverly Clark Debbie Cossand Melba Cupp LeesaFo Foster Jacki Giesey Linda Hartt Darlene Hay Kathy Haynes. Sec. Stephanie Jones Dianna Kemp Leigh LaRose Melissa Lynn Donna Marshall Larissa Martin Melissa Miller Helene Morgan Carta Normal Melmda Palmore, Pres. Theresa Peterson. Treas. Jerri Scott Kim Scroggi Paula Spearman M . . _ . Sandra Vercher Robm Yarbrough Mike Barton. Man of the Year Delta Zeta was the oldest social sorority on campus. The Roman Lamp, Kilarney Rose, and glittering diamond shone as sym- bols of love and sisterhood. 1. Delta Zeta members welcome freshmen to their Island party. 2. Melody Sprowl and Leslee Stump perform a dance for freshmen. 3. Island rush party ends with a friendly note with a song by the Delta Zeta members. Greeks r e Kappa Alpha e k s Philip Ackel Randy Aguilar Clint Bailey Russel Bennett Jimmy Berry Barry Br anion Tommy Bourgeois Robert Breitkrentz Jesse Calhoun Lawrence Camaham William Carnahan Ray Carney Benjamin Childers Mark Colton Bill Corry. Sec. James Curry Michael Denser Douglas Densmore David Dickey Robert Dugal. Vice-Pres. Alan Evans Louis Evans Kenny Hix William Jackson, Pres Thomas Killeen Kerry Lacase James Lacaze Scott Larrowe Mark Lyles Henry Maggio Troy Maggio Robert Moore Todd Moore William Moran Bob Morgan William Morgan Donald Nici Ed Parker Merrick Pierce Randy Richard Steve Rubenzer David Seal Chuck Shaw Alan Smith Greg Stracner Richard Stelly Brian Sullivan Thomas Whitehead Lee Woods Randy Wyall jrbrough Joe Lewis Alunv vie Rose AAA AAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAA A AAA AAA The Gamma Psi chapter of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity was involved in many school functions. During the 1981 school year, Kappa Alpha members had their annual pajama party, jungle juice party, and Hell ' s Angels party. Kappa Alpha also con- tributed a great deal to the Muscular Dystro- phy Foundation through their boxing tour- nament. 1. Kappa Alphas end rush week with their T.G.I.F. party. 2. Kappa Alphas enjoy playing pool at their beSr bust. 3. Robert Dugal and Don Nici entertain guests. 4. Kappa Alphas give it all they ' ve got. Greeks r e Kappa Alpha Psi e k s Anthony Robertson Elton Wade Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded in January of 1911 in Bloomington, Indiana. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was a social frater- nity with ritual traditions and paraphernalia which manifested its characteristics for happiness. 1. The president of Kappa Alpha Psi is Melvin LaCour. 2. Fraternity members pose for a picture. Greeks r e Kappa Sigma e k s Russell Adams Max Ates Allen Barnes n Bartholemew Mike Barton. Vice-Pres Mark Boddie Don Bowden Mike Brown Monty Chicola H. P. •Chip " Cole, III Mark Cottrell Claude Dance. Ill David Collier Joe Gibson Billy Joe Harrington, Sec. Michael Hoormann Bobby Lee Johnson Ray Lynn Kees Jeff Leachman Cliff Lopez Mark " Bull " Manuel Dennis McClung Merrill Pierce Mike Scott Stan Scroggins. Treas. Scott Sledge Lanny Spence, Pres. Steve Soileau Joe Stamey Roger Sullivan Randy Walsworth Robert Ward Jay Vail W W ft U 7M James Villard Terry Downs, Alumni Advisor Dr Austin Temple. Faculty Advisor Kim Alston. Dream Girl A Kappa Sigma was a national social fraternity whose bond of brotherhood was strengthened through working together, developing leadership, and socializing. Kappa Sigmas were involved in many organizations on campus such as SGA and IFC. Kappa Sigmas Bobby Lee Johnson and Benny Welch demonstrate broth- erhood. 2. Active member Mike Barton speaks at rush party. 3. Kappa Sigma members Jim Haacker, Lanny Spence, and Mark Manuel show Brett Carter how they have a good time. Greeks r e Omega Psi Phi e k s Wendell Bonner Donvell Carter Patrick Crowder Jariot Curry Peter Francisco Bartel James Floyd James Ro nald McClinton Mairus McFarland Tantalus Smith Reginald Williams jjirr Omega Pis Phi Fraternity was founded on November 17, 1911, at Howard University. The members of Omega Psi Phi believed " Friendship is essential to the soul. " The fraternity colors were purple and gold. Omega Psi Phi was active in school involvement and community service. Omega Pearls sing at a church service. 2. The advisors of Omega Psi Phi receive a plaque for outstanding leadership. 3. Omega Psi Phi members pull for victory at tug-o-war. Greeks r e Phi Beta Sigma e k s Dennis Brown Reginald Evans Jerry Gri Donald Jackson Gary Moore Stanley Rhodes Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was a national social fraternity, dedicated to serving the community. The fraternity was active in the project SAD, Sigmas Attack Defects. Through this project many organiza- tions were helped. 1. The president of Phi Beta Sigma is Stanley Rhodes. 2. Phi Beta Sigma members are believers in true brotherhood. 3. The Omega Pearls are the Phi Beta Sigmas ' sweethearts. » r V fc MB 14. Greeks e Phi Mu Hon Kim Alsi Andrea Baumgardner Babette Bourgeois Amanda Box Bobbie Brandon Claire Campbell Karen Carr Lynn Clary Anna Cloutier Brenda Collins Kathy Corley Jeslynn Cox Kim Crawford Robin Deshotels Madeline Dranguet Cindy Duke Jerri Ellis Sherrie Evans Susan Evans Stacy Farrell Juli Fleming Deana Grau Gretchen Griffin Su Su Hardamon Mary Harkey Alicia Haynes Anna Hill Karen Mix Tammy LaFleur Karen Lang Simone Leger JyllLilley Jackie Lowrey Becky Maxey Cheryl Miller Shelly Miller, Pres. Karen Murphy Donna Myers Sharon Paddie Amy Nell Padgett Penny Par due Cherry Parker Teresa Peterson Donna Reynolds Xuan Rutter Elizabeth Salter Stacy Sanders Cindy Scarlan Karen Schallhorn SheriShaw TeriShaw, Vice-Pres. Teresa Spears Sheila Stewart Jo Tatum Beth Taylor Peggy Thibodeaux Missy Toups Teresa Travis Brenda Waggoner Sarah Wagley Debbie Watson Anita Weaver Mary Whitt Brenda Winbarg )h Wommack Man of the year (1 Jf Phi Mu was founded in Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852. It was the second oldest national sorority. Rose and white were the colors for the sorority, and the flower was the rose carnation. 1. Phi Mu has a Casino night during rush. 2. Phi Mu shows spirit during tug-o-war. 3. Two Phi Mu Members perform a song from the movie " Grease. " 4. Anna Clou tier performs at Phi Mu rush. Greeks e Pi Kappa Phi e Dennis Clarkston Pi Kappa Phi was a national fraternity whose way I of life was scholarship, leadership, personality devel- opment, social life, and loyal brotherhood. 1. Pi Kappa Phi promote friendship. 2. Pi Kappa Phi pledges made paddles for active members. 3. Pi Kappa Phi meet with their little sisters. •EM Greeks r e Sigma Kappa e k s Judi Abrusley Barbara Babin Mary Bagley Susan Bigger. Sec Jo Blanchard Trudy Melancon Becky Michel Lynn Milam Cathy Newlin Mary Beth Nicolle Jacqueline Noschese Jami Prince, Treas. Judith Reeves Nancy Schwer Patricia Skidmore Ruth Johnson, Advisor Mark Manuel, Man of the year Sigma Kappa Sorority began in 1959 at North- western State University. Members thought of the sorority as a melting pot of individuals. Sigma Kappa ' s purpose was to unite its mem- bers in a bond of sincere friendship for the develop- ment of character. Sigma Kappa ' s motto was " One Heart, One Way. " 1. Sigma Kappas pull for victory at the annual tug-o-war. 2. Members act out " Wizard of Oz " at rush party. 3. Dorothy " Mary Beth Nicolle " helps Scare Crow " Susan Bigger " from stand at rush party. 4. Sigma Kappas gather for the annual tug-o-war. Greeks e Sigma Sigma Sigma Debbie Arledge Allison Arthur Kim Arthur Renee Barnes Toni Beckham Anita Bennett Kim Berry Ahson Breazeale Delaine Brown Donna Byrne Robin Cook Natalie Craig Cammie Davis, Pres PamDeen Connie Friday Diane Grappe. Treas. Debra Hartline Diane Hebert Rene Hebert, Vice-Pres. Kristi Heyd Susie Hubbard Cissy James Lisa James Elisha Jariz Michele Jeanmard Becky Johnson Connie Johnson Diane Jones Donna Lafleur Lisa Larrimer Sherry Lyser Stacy Maddox Lee Ann McClung Beth Mcrae Ginger Miller Beverly Paret Shari Quienalty Ruth Rentrop Beth Richard Alicia Royer Sharon Sampite Susan Sands Sandra Serio Angie Sherrill Ellen Sibley Pauline Soileau Stephanie Strother Jennifer Todd Karen Toliver Cindy Tuttle Patti Walsh Jill Weaver Marli Williamson, Sec. Kelly Wilson Debbie Vela Chip Cole. Man of the Year f W2P A« n m s«a Sigma, Sigma, Sigma was proud of its many achievements on campus. Through sisterhood and working together, members gained much suc- cess. 1. Tri Sigma shows spirit before tug-o-war. 2. A Tri Sigma member takes a swim during tug-o-war. 3. Tri Sigma pulls hard. 4. Tri Sigma has a good time at beer bust. Greeks r e e k s Sigma Tau Gamma Jett Albrecht Scott Berry Victor Couillard John Delphin Robert Delphin Larry Hunt Kent Scott Martin Troxell James Webb Richard Williamson Cathy Clark Denise Clifton Kelly Gandy Terri McComb Yvette Oztenberger Dawn Snowden Lynn Thomas Sigma Tau Gamma was a national fraternity which endeavored to promote the highest stan- dards of manhood, brotherhood, and citizen- ship. This fraternity promoted social, cultural, and scholarly accomplishments among its members. 1. Sigma Tau Gamma members look over their Christmas window on the Student Union. 2. Sigma Tau Gamma members and friends sing before they leave for their hay ride. Greeks r e Tau Kappa Epsilon e k s Black. Treasurer Bruce Bryant Barry Burton Joey Caleyo Brent Cohenour Richard Fillet Eric Foster Larry Haynes. Secretary Randy Roche Donny Stephens Frank Tritico, Pres. Daniel McKenney, Vice Pres. Terry Mimms Pat Owens Steve Walker Donald Webb Mark West John Williams Tracy Woodrum Tom Woods 1 Gwenda Sepulvado Ginny Whitaker Tau Kappa Epsilon was one of the largest fraternities in the United States and Canada, with over 310 chapters. Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded on January 10, 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. The Tau Kappa Epsilon motto was: " Tau Kappa Epsilon; the fraternity for Men, the fra- ternity for life. " 1. Tau Kappa Epsilons play pool in their house on Greek hill. 2. Tau Kappa Epsilons lounge around in their house. 3. Tau Kappa Epsilons uggle (or victory in the intramural tug-o-war competitk Greeks e ThetaChi e k s Jay Ham Richard Kightlinger Steve Leeder r l Weslie Powell, President Theta Chi Fraternity was founded on April 29, 1864 at Reneselar Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Theta Chi contrib- uted a well diversified social life to its members. 1. Theta Chi members dress up for their M.A.S.H. party during rush week. 2. Theta Chi members stand beside their hanging letters which sit in front of their house on Greek hill. 3. Theta Chi members congre- gate before their M.A.S. H. rush party. Ss m Greeks e Zeta Phi Beta e k s JoAnn Moses Sepora Prelow Belinda Turner Linda Weatherford Castine Wilson Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had the colors of royal blue and white, and their flower was the chrysan- themum. Members of Zeta united under the motto " Achievement, Scholarship, Sign of Womanhood and Sisterly love. " This sorority was founded in 1920 as a social organization which encouraged high scholastic standings. 1. The president of Zeta Phi Beta is Ann Derry. 2. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority members pose tor a picture before going to their sorority meeting. iHM Greek Life . . . A variety of individuals — a variety of activities — striving toward a common goal brotherhood. n Organizations GOVERNMENT Student Government Association Officers PURPOSE: to speak for the entire student body, to supervise and coordinate stu- dent activities, to provide the proper collegiate academic and social medium and to serve as a link between the students and the administration. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be a regularly enrolled full-time undergraduate. ACTIVITIES: Midnight Breakfast, all elections, Distinguished Lecture Series, Blood Drives, also passed bills concerning: a Shreveport-Natchitoches Day, painting of the columns, ad- visors posting office hours, guidelines for ARGUS, National Election holidays for students. Page 290. 1. Chip Cole. Vice-President. 2. Pat Wartelle. Treasurer. 3. Cliff Lopez. President. 4. Karen Murphy. Secretary. 5. Mark Manuel. Commissioner of Elections. Page 29 1. 1. Row 1: Diana Kemp. State Fair Chairman. Mike Barton. Chairman of Student Life Committee. Jewel Crow. Director of Shreveport Relations. Row 2: Nancy Jo Roberts. Secretarial Assistant. Ed Wartelle. Pub- lic Relations Director. Jim Hoops. Chairman of Student Rights Committee. Steve Soileau. Parliamentarian. 2. Row 1: Steve Estep. David Martin. Chief Justice. Diane Adams. Row 2: Theresa Peterson. Mary Harkey. Anita Weaver. Cabinet Members Supreme Court Justices M _ r L ■■■ 4$ jj ( 691 1 MdA HP fm T CIW i H ' r c 1 |£ -A-f | ! ■■ r 1 ■ .v tiikc. C?S - a — 1 2 - j " V k illr N ; 291 GOVERNMENT SGA Senators Joe Stamey Sherri Talley Debbie Vela Russell Williams Wendy Wyble 1. Senator Becky Johnson listens to discussion at a Monday night meeting. 2. SGA members try to im- press the crowd at the Midnight Breakfast. Harlan Harvey fails. 3. Chip Cole presides over a weekly meeting. 4 Joe Stamey proposes a bill as Woody Woodruff looks on. 5. Members find time for a quick laugh in an otherwise serious meeting. - 293 GOVERNMENT Student Union Governing Board ■ Officers PURPOSE: to contribute to the social, recre- ational, cultural and educational development of the students, faculty and alumni through pro- grams and services conducted by the members and the committees. ACTIVITIES: Howdy Dance, Dinner Theatre, Union Window Painting, weekly movies, " Race Night, " SUGB Week, Crystal Gayle, Michael Murphy, and Texas Tradi- tion concerts and many others. 1. Archie Anderson, First Vice-President and Chairman of Research and Development Committee. 2. Delaine Brown, Secretary. 3. Ron Thomas, President 4. Bill Corry, Second Vice President and Chairman of Concert Committee. 5. Mary Beth Nicolle, Treasurer. Committee Chairmen Becky Duke Lady of the Bracelet Alicia Haynes Social Activities Ramonde Honore Fine Arts QF P Germaine Jackson Publicity Davis Palmore, Sylvia Williams, Jim Hurd Program Advisors Alicia Royer Hospitality Teresa Sullivan Decorations Jack Welch Cinemafocus GOVERNMENT SUGB Representatives m MLii mk, m am Max Ates Kevin Bartholomew George Celles Leesa Foster M. Mairus McFarland Kent Scott Melody Sprowl Regina Young Robert Wilson, Sponsor Camille Hawthorne, Advisor It was the Deltas against the rules... the rules lost! . Michael Murphy performs during one of the SUGB concerts. 2. Students rush to place their bets at " Race Night. " 3. Novice gamblers try to beat the odds at one of " Race Night ' s " table games. 4. One of the weekly SUGB meetings — where it all begins. M NATIONAL LAMPttNs ANIMAL U Uf W A comedy from Universal Picnjfes IHE MATTY SIMMONS IVAN REITMAN PRODUCTION NATIONAL LAMPOON S ANIMAL HOUSE .. JOHN DELUSHI TIM MAIHESON JOHN VERNON VERNAOLOOM THOMAS HULCE and DONALO SUTHERLAND Produced bv MATTY SIMMONS and IVAN REITMAN Music by ELMER BERNSTEIN Wrmen by HAROLD RAMIS DOUGLAS KENNEY 6 CHRIS MILLER Dneaed by JOHN LANDIS GOVERNMENT Associate Degree Organization of Students PURPOSE: to act as the student government at the Northwestern State University Associate Degree Nursing Program in Shreveport. ACTIVITIES: Bar-B-Que Luncheon, Flo ' s Final Fling, Hot Dog Party, Receptions for Graduating Seniors and for Shreveport members of State Fair Court and a Wiener Roast. 1. Row 1: Kay Shamburger. Vice-President of Student Af- fairs. Les Manshack, Vice-President, Ammer Gayle McNabb. Secretary, Larry Dotson, President, Diane Leonard. Treasurer. Row 2: R. D. Horneman, Advisor, Kelley Baldwin, Lilly Daigle. W. R. Shelton. Row 3: Tamara Kowski. Wendy Scrimshaw. Kay Sweeny, Jeanette Rosson. 2. Executive Board. Row 1: Diane Leonard, Treasurer, Ammer Gayle McNabb, Secretary, Kay Sham- burger, Vice-President of Student Affairs. Row 2: Les Man- shack, Vice-President, Larry Dotson, President. Warrington Campus Council PURPOSE: to serve as a satellite govern- mental organization of the Student Govern- ment Association of NSU and to serve as the soul governing body in matters which pertain exclusively to the Warrington Cam- pus. ACTIVITIES: A Halloween party, sup- pers for students, Flo ' s Final Fling, a volley- ball tournament, a softball tournament and many others. 1. Row 1: Gethyn Clayton, Kathryn Ft. Wooding, Kelly Haddon. Treasurer, Fran Wise Vice-President, Woody Woodruff, President, Wendy Cox, Secretary, Judy Keys, Commissioner of Elections. Row 2: R. D. Horneman, Advisor, Julie Breazeale, Peggy Langley, Pamela Ward, Marcy Arender, Bernadette Cordaro, DeAnna Cifune. Row 3: Valerie Miller, Janice Jones, Cecile LaCour, Tina Gillard, Walter Redfern, Melinda Wilson, Mary Michaud. 2. Execu- tive Board. Fran Wise, Vice-President, Kelly Haddon, Treasurer, Woody Woodruff, President, Wendy Cox, Secretary, Judy Keys, Commissioner of Elections. 3. Council members take notes during a meeting. GOVERNMENT Panhellenic Association PURPOSE: to maintain on a high plane frater- nity life and inter-fraternity relations, to further fine intellectual accomplishments and sound scholarship, to cooperate with the University Administration in the maintenance of high social standards, and to compile rules governing rush- ing, bidding, and pledging. MEMBERSHIP: one senior, junior, and pledge delegate from each of the four National Panhellenic Council sororities on campus. 1. Row 1: Becky Johnson, Treasurer. Patti Ballard. Secretary. Karen Carr. Vice-President. Nancy Schwer. President. Row 2 Mehnda Palmore. Cammie Davis. Becky Michel. Judi Abrusley. Mary Beth Nicolle. Row 3: Camille Hawthorne. Advisor. Sylvia Williams. Advisor. Beverly Paret. Ali- cia Haynes. Kelly Wilson. Shelly Miller. Alpha Lambda Delta PURPOSE: to promote intelligent living, a high standard of learning and superior scholastic attainment. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBER- SHIP: any sophomore women who have earned at least a 3.5 scholastic average during their freshman year. After their sophomore year, the members become collegiate alumnae. 1. Row 1: Vicki Lewis. President, Marti Williamson, Vice-President. Beth Taylor. Secretary. Janell Renfrow. Treasurer. Lisa Denmon, Social Chair- man. Sherrie Mattson. Brenda Collins. Anna Cloutier. Row 2: Xuan Rut- ter, Janice Hardy. Sherrie Evans. Donna Nines. Madeline Dranguet. Kristi Heyd. Debra Vela. Joyce Jeane. Sharon Chaney. Connie Stuchlik. Row 3: Lisa Stegall. Julie Wilkins. Gail Lowe. Kathy Jeff, Pamela Combest. Camille Rains. Eva Lang. Bonita James. Cheryl Corkran, Tammie Pink- ston. Donna Craig. Kristy Towry. 301 HONORARY Phi Kappa Phi PURPOSE: to emphasize scholarship and character in the thought of college students. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: sec- ond semester juniors, sen- iors, or graduate students with the following averages: juniors must have a 3.6 or better, seniors must have a 3.5 or better, and graduate students must have a 3.6 or better on all graduate work. Also no more than two new staff members may be elected annually, plus replacements. 1. Marion Nesom, Vice-President. Tom Whitehead, President. Dixie Whittington. Secretary-Treasurer. Phi Eta Sigma PURPOSE: to promote a higher standard of learning and to encourage high scholastic attain- ment. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: any male who makes a 3.5 academic average during his first semester or year of enrollment. 2 Row 1: Russell Williams. Vice-President. Chip Cole. President Row 2: Brian Childers. Greg Salard. Secretary- Treasurer, Joe Stamey. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL Alpha Beta Alpha PURPOSE: to further the professional knowl- edge of its members, to promote fellowship, to provide wholesome recreation and to serve as a recruiting agency for librarianship. REQUIRE- MENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: any undergraduate taking courses in Library Science who maintains an overall C average in his classwork. 1. Row 1: Mrs. Fern Christensen, Advisor, Marlene Quattlebaum, First Vice-President, Susan Parker, President, Barbara Helms, Second Vice- President, Dr. William C. Buchanan, Advisor. Row 2: Kathryn McLeod, Cindy LeDoux, Jana Moore. Treasurer, Lisa English, Secretary, Cindy Zulick, Historian, Grace O ' Con, Reporter, Zhan Couvillion. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL Alpha Psi Omega . Row 1: Sandra M. Helton. Cindy Totten, Deah Gulley. Row 2 Jeff Conley, M W. Atkins. Faculty Advisor. Bill Humphreys. PURPOSE: to encourage and assist in dramatic productions and to further top-quality educational theatre. Beta Beta Beta PURPOSE: to stimulate sound scholarship, to promote research in the biological sciences and to disseminate scientific knowledge. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBER- SHIP: an overall average of 2.5 and an average of 3.0 in biology. Members must have a total of 10 hours in biology and must not rank lower than the fourth semester of their college work. 1. Row 1: Lynda Rice. Angela Wetherington, Presi- dent, Kim Johnson. Vice-President. Vicki Lewis. Secretary. Michael Harbison. Treasurer. Row 2: Chirre Kraatz. Tracey Miller, Marie Wood. Susan Porterfield. Jerri Eldreth. Laura Sloan. Row 3: Dr. Dwayne Kruse, Advisor. Shelly Ragan. Susan Fen- ton. Susan Coker. Marty Pettit. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL Iota Lambda Sigma 1 Row 7 Vivian Dean. Historian, Darrel Jordan, Vice-President, Mark Was- kom. President. Raymond L. Christensen, Faculty Sponsor. Row 2: Gary Badgley. Adam Ponthieu. James Cates III, Randy Walker. PURPOSE: to promote the cause of industrial edu- cation through scholastic achievement and profes- sional growth. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: a major in Industrial Arts, an overall B average, a 3.0 average in the major and potential leadership quali- ties. Kappa Delta Pi PURPOSE: to encourage high professional, intellec- tual and personal standards, and to recognize out- standing contributions to education. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: members must maintain a B aver- age or better, be of junior or senior standing and receive an invitation from the professor. 1. Row 1: Tracey Miller, Harleen Crain, Susan Parker, Melissa Wiegand, President. Row 2: Carol Eddy, Barbara Helms, Terry Reeves, Mary Rogers, Becky Alost. Row 3: F. Jo Mayeaux, Jeff G. Nelken, Jay Breyer, Janice Rogers, Margaret Miller. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL Phi Alpha Theta 1. Row 1: Jackie Coon, Vice-President. Jay Breyer, President, Robert Carnes. Secretary- Treasurer. Dr. James McCorkle, Advisor. Row 2: Dorothy Haas Chenevert, Kent Ford. Dr. Maxine Taylor. Dr. Donald M. Rawson, Dr. Marietta M. LeBreton. PURPOSE: to recognize faculty, graduate, and undergraduate accomplishments in the field of history. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: undergraduate members must have a B or better in twelve hours of history and an overall average of 2.75 or better; graduate students must have a 3.5 overall graduate average with no failures and one-third of residency requirements completed. Sigma Alpha lota PURPOSE: to uphold the highest ideals of a musical education, to develop American music and to raise the standards of productive musical work. 1. Row 1: Melanee Eppler, President, Catherine Brown, Yearbook Chairman, Janice Rogers, Vice-President, Leigh Wood. Row 2: Susan Myers, Program Chairman, Cheryl Corkran, Secretary, Mary Webb, Chaplain and Editor, Barbara Jarzabek, Treasurer, Carol Lunsford. Sigma Delta Pi PURPOSE: to honor excellence in scholarship in Spanish, to make known Hispanic contributions to modern culture and to foster understanding between Spanish-speaking nations and those of English speech. 1. Row 1: Denise McAlpin. President. Erika Calais. Secretary. Row 2: Julie Wilkins. Vice-President. Dr. Ramon E. Brodermann. Sponsor. Jeanne Shaw, Treasurer. -) Sigma Theta Tau PURPOSE: to recognize superior achievement and the development of leadership qualities in nurses within the nursing profession, to foster high professional standards, to encourage creative works and to strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of the nursing profession. REQUIRE- MENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: superior scholastic achievement, professional leadership, and marked achievement in the field of nursing. 1. Clay Miller. Walter Redfem. HONORARY PROFESSIONAL University Players PURPOSE: to develop talent in dra- matic work, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama, to foster the cultural values which are developed through dramatics. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: enrollment as a regular student with an overall average not lower than C, a mini- mum of twenty-five points earned through work done in or on dramatic presenta- tions by NSU, the points to be earned on at least two plays with a minimum of five points per play, genuine interest in the acting and staging of plays, display of fine spirit of cooperation, dependability and integrity. 1 Row 1: Kim Renee Brown, Zhan Couvillion. Sandra M Hel- ton. Cindy Tot ten. Jeanne Shaw. Row 2: Michael Atkins. Sally Carmichael. Linda Cooksey. Rebecca Tomlinson. Lynette Ste- phenson 2 Though not always visible on stage. University Players help in the production of such plays as Vanities. HONORARY SERVICE Blue Key PURPOSE: to serve the university and other students. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: an overall 2.6 academic average, membership and officership in at least two campus organizations, a junior standing and a ninety percent affirmative vote of the chapter. ACTIVI- TIES: tutoring, providing help at registration, assisting at graduation. 1. Row 1: Kevin Bartholomew, Pat Spruce, Susan Sands, Sweetheart. Jim Hoops, Chip Cole. Row 2: Randy Rabalais. Max Ates, Timothy Self. Mike Barton, Jay Breyer. Woody Osborn, Roger Rolon. Row 3: Mairus McFarland, Steve Soileau. Pat Wartelle. Cliff Lopez, David Stamey, Robert Dugal. Randy Pierce. 2. Blue Key mem- bers assist in checking packets before students enter registration. HONORARY SERVICE Purple Jackets Warrington 1 Row 1 Kelly Haddon. President. Gwendolyn Lavalais, Vice-President. Julie Breazeale. Secretary. Woody Woodrutf, Treasurer Row 2 Janice Byrne. Melmda Wilson. Ruthie Malone. Natchitoches 2 Row 1: Nancy Jo Roberts, Secretary. Diane Hebert. Vice-President. Janice Rogers. President. Mary Beth Walls. Publicity Chairman. Mattie Whit- ley. Cindy Arie. Treasurer. Row 2: Cammie Davis. Nancy Durden. Marlene Quattlebaum. Becky John- son. Becky Alost, Susan Parker. Row 3: Anita Weaver. Cheryl Miller. Mary Harkey, Karla Thomas. Karen Carr. Kristy Towry. Karen Murphy. Row 4: Dana R English. Angela Brossett. Gretchen Griffin, Carlin Bendo. Mary Beth Nicolle. Germaine Jack- son. Becky Brown, Sponsor. PURPOSE: to develop strong char- acter, high ideals and constructive pur- pose by cooperative service in group organization, and to meet every responsibility and assignment placed with the group by the college adminis- tration, faculty and student body. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: any woman student who has attained the second semester of her sophomore year, who has not attained her senior academic year and who has been in has attained an academic average of 2.6 on all college academic work. ACTIVITIES: as official NSU hostesses, members served at such events as reg- istration, graduation, elections, plays, residence for one semester, and who and Parents ' Day. RELIGIOUS Baptist Student Union Warrington 1. Row 1: Cecile LaCour, Cloteal West, Judy Wise, Cindy Ryals, State Council Representative. Row 2: Ruthie Malone, Mable Cockerham, Marcy Arender, Marian Tate, Cleatice Sipes, Director. Natchitoches 2. Row 1: Patti Russell, Public Relations, Candace Boyd, Missions Chairman, Marlene Quattlebaum, President, Debbie Watson, Editor, Lisa Stegall, BYW President. Row 2: Tom Brewer, Kim Johnson, Athletic Chairman, Tim Tolar, International Chair- man, John Litton, Music Chairman, Charles Under- wood, Brotherhood, Lynda Rice, Worship Chair- man. PURPOSE: to serve as a link between the college and the local Baptist churches, to remind each student of his responsibility to Christ, his church, his denomination and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. ACTIVITIES: ves- per services, Bible studies, mission projects, a Halloween carni- val, after game fellowships. RELIGIOUS Church of Christ Student Devotional PURPOSE: to strengthen faith and to continue the reli- gious education of individual students who prefer the Church of Christ as a religious preference. J Dr. Bill Dennis. Sponsor, Vickie Lewis, President, Yvonne Maricelli, Vice-President. Row 2: Karen Briggs. Mark Grant. Howard Burkett, Jerri Jenkins. Chi Alpha PURPOSE: to provide Christian opportunity for Christian fellowship, worship, training and witnessing. 2 Row 1: Kaye Stout, Terry Walthall, Direc- tor. Lesley Walthall, Teh Averett. Row 2: Frances Allen, Freddie Hudson, Randy Stout, Daureen McClintock. en. m D - Deseret Club PURPOSE: to learn more about Christian ideals and to develop a stronger desire to follow these ide- als. 1. Row 1: Marie Wood, Dorothy Gibbs, Jerry Hughes, Vice-President, Elizabeth Bailey, President. Row 2: Marty Pettit, Johnnie Foster, Douglas Con- way, Brian Famsworth, Lisa Denmon. kft B r ' ♦■ ; e r 2 ■ 1 . Hff jM fi Women ' s Fellowship of Christian Athletes PURPOSE: to confront athletes and coaches with the challenge and adventure of accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. 2. Row 1: Debbie Spica, Renetta Judice, Helen Lefevre, Linda Jones, Trade Dayries. Row 2: Charlene Elvers, Carlin Bendo, Emily Bryant, Tracy Taylor, Sherri Broocks. 317 Fellowship o f Christian Students PURPOSE: to promote Christian Fellowship. 1. Row 1: Cynthia Harsin, Kristine Lightloot. Major Lytton, President, Carolyn Long. Caroline Lee. Terri White. Row 2: Jerri Eldreth, Paul (Bubba) Gibbs. Reginald (Rudy) Shaw. Dudley Hall. Beverly Stewart. Sherrie Mattson. Joyce Jeane. Row 3: Teri Averett, Flo Cran, Donnie Pistorius, Nancy Raitord. Melaney Mydland. Pat Skidmore. Gary Crawford. Marlene Ouattlebaum. Ruby Harper. Lori Morgan. Linda Flenniken. Kelly Wilson. Row 4: Becky Wood. Kay Colvin, Tommy Alio. Randy Wagley. Russell Williams. Stan Powell. Pat Spruce. Jack Daniel, Susan Coker, Cliff Lopez, Lisa Little. Uniting Ministries in Higher Education PURPOSE: to provide a supportive ecumenical com- munity of faith, fellowship and services for faculty, adminis- tration, staff and students. 1. Row 1: Elizabeth Patches, Sherrie Matt- son, Edward E. Matis, Jacki Giesey. Row 2: John Wakeman, Thomas Myhre, Ronald Brown, Jean Myhre. Muslim Students Association PURPOSE: to help Muslims carry out Islamic activi- ties in pursuance of Islam as a complete way of life, to carry on religious, social, charitable, and other Islamic activities, to strengthen fraternal bonds and brotherly relations among Muslims, to promote friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims and to present Islam to peoples of other faiths. 2. Row 1: Fathi M. Al-Hattab, Salehuddin M. Zarzis. Row 2: Adnan Omar, Advisor, Omer Gaffar Ahmed, Husein Giuma Belgasem. Wesley Foundation PURPOSE: to foster the spiritual, religious, edu- cational and social needs of students through its fellowship and facilities. ACTIVITIES: held church services on Sunday nights, Tuesday morning prayer breakfasts and Wednesday night suppers. 1. Row 1: Sharon Neal. Public Relations. Becky Wood. Historian. Cliff Lopez. Worship Chairman. Janice Rogers. Secretary. Karen Marshall. Program Chair- man. Susan Bigger. President. Sharon Chaney. Vice-President. Row 2: Connie Stuchlik. Aubrin Gibson. Janice Williams, Donna Marshall, Jo Tatum, Linda Stuchlik. L. Butler. Row 3: Bob Townsend. Campus Minister, Jacquetta Navarre. Mary Rogers, Gary Crawford, Jim McKellar, Steve Jones. SPECIAL INTEREST Agriculture Club i n v J - 11 - 1 r ' IJP A - fc. . Row 7: Sn ' an Thomas, Vice-President, Cathy Newlin, Secretary, Steve Jones, President, Ronnie Dunn, Tammie Pinkston, Sandra Wilkins, Lonnie Dunn, Don Nici, Mike Van Damia, Perry Moses. Row 2: Laura Sloan, Janet Wilde, Yazdami AH, Hubert Wilkerson, Alan Evans, Lee Bennett, Linda Bassham, Don Webb, R. L. Porterfield, Belle Miller, Jill Weaver, Teresa Taraba, Malcolm Thomas. Row 3: Mardell Sibley, Tamala Smith, Rita Moyes, Mark Johnson, Barbara Babin, Joe Nobles, Terry Pope, Deedra Raborn, Eddie Nor r is, Todd McNeely, Ron Behrnes, James Blackert, Margaret Badger, Linda LaRoux. PURPOSE: to promote interest and pride in agri- culture as a profession. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: at least nine semester hours of which three shall be agricultural credits, a major or minor in agriculture and an overall C average. SPECIAL INTEREST Alpha Angels PURPOSE: To sponsor civic affairs, to raise money for the club and to aid the brothers of Theta Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha. 1. Row 1: Cynthia Lewis, Phyllis Ann Jones, Evelyn F. Culbert. Parliamenta- rian. Barbara F. Chew, Johnnye A. Cage, President. Row 2: Cynthia Jacob. Dean of Pledges, Felicia Whitehurst. Assistant Dean of Pledges. Stephanie Wong, Linda Cooksey, Treasurer, Ginetta Williams, Barbara Sanders, Secre- tary. Anthropology Club PURPOSE: To further interests in Anthropology and to sponsor social events. 1. Row 1: Jackie Calandro, Missi Green, Pup, Abi- gayle Robbins. Row 2: Douglas Lynn Raymond, Robert E. Carnes, Randy Goynes, H. F. Gregory, Sponsor. 2. Members spend time in Los Adaes excavating the site of a Spanish governor ' s home. SPECIAL INTEREST American Chemical Society 1 Row 1: Paul Loghlin, Treasurer, Stephanie Scroggins, President, Don Nici. Row 2 Laura Sloan. Marty Pettit, Marie Wood, Phyllis Hoover, Regina Young. Row 3: Pam Smart. Duncan DeVille. Wayne Guin, Advisor, Kiumars Kashtmand, Susan Coker 2 Susan Coker and Marty Pettit examine freshly dug lignite which will be used for research. 3. Marie Wood and Susan Coker await the rewards of Marty Pettit ' s digging. PURPOSE: To afford an opportunity for students of Chemistry at NSU to become better acquainted, to secure experience in preparing and presenting tech- nical material, to foster a professional spirit among members and to instill a professional pride in Chemis- try. Association for Computing Machinery PURPOSE: To promote greater interest in com- puting machinery and its applications and to pro- mote an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages and applications of modern computing machinery. 1. Row 1: Pamela Combest. Damha Crittle, Sherry Williams, Brent Cohenour, ■ Vice-President. Mattie Whitley. Secretary. Janet Williams. Treasurer. Alan Smith. President. Adnan Omar. Advisor. Evelyn Culbert. Row 2: Clevon Self. Betty Pier- son. Roy Frantom, Jerri White. Jo Ann Johnston, Stacy Soileau. Kristi Heyd. Rick Lee. Pam Trahan. Row 3: Loyd Smith, Timothy Hill. Dudley Hall, Teresa Jenkins, Trenderlene Youngblood. Mike Whitford. Pollie Sepulv ado. Brian Child- ers. Wanda Owens. Row 4. Bemadette Grainger. Leisa Owens, Pamela Sanders. Manouch Aligholizadeh, Julian Lewis, Tim Tolar, Mary Harkey, Chari Barron. John Jackson. Association of Student Artists PURPOSE: To create a better awareness and knowledge of art for its members and others and to develop stronger bonds of friendship. 2. Row 1: Dorothy Young, Secretary, Bill Bryan, Sponsor, Nathaniel Celestine, Vice-President, Emily R. Bryant, Treasurer, Jewel Crow, President. Row 2: Cindy Crumpton, Patricia L. Carlton, Mary C Methvin, Karen Chitty, Lisa Stegall. Row 3: Debra Kaye McHanney, Keith A. Epps, Frederick Malcolm Richardson. Regi- nald Treavdo, Heidi Dobbins, Lilly Dawn Parish. SPECIAL INTEREST -. Collegiate 4-HCIub PURPOSE: To promote the growth of 4-H throughout Natchitoches Parish and to develop its members into well rounded students. 1 Row 1 Anita Weaver. National Communi- cations Coordinator. Susanne Crawford, Reporter. Charles Underwood. Publicity Chairman. Marlene Ouattlebaum. President. Pam Trahan. Treasurer. Sharon Chaney. Secretary. Row 2: John Williams. Mark John- son. Wanda Owens. Leisa Owens. Helene Morgan. Chess Club PURPOSE: To enable its members to play the game of chess and conduct tourna- ments and other forms of the chess competition. 2 Marie Wood. President. Marty Pettit, Vice- President. Esprit de Corps PURPOSE: To develop and promote good public relations and programs relating to ROTC. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be enrolled in the ROTC advanced courses. 1. Row 1: Cadet U. Col. Jay Breyer XO, Cadet Maj. Steve Walker S- 1, Cadet ' Capt. Duane Spriggs S-3, Cadet Capt. Diane Mun- ray Asst. S- 1, Cadet Maj. Paula Behrnes S- 5. Row 2: Richard Waugh, Donald Bowdler, Timothy Self, John Rachal, Rick DeVeau. Row 3: Lynn Milam, Sheri Wilhelm, Stanley Jones, Robert J. Jackson, Kim Calhoun. Cosmopolitan Club PURPOSE: To promote the Spanish language and culture and to provide the compan- ionship of people interested in Spanish. 2. Row 1: Sabina A. Miller, Public Relations Chairman, Dr. Ramon E. Brodermann, Spon- sor, Melody Sprowl, Vice-President. Row 2: Marilyn Boss, President, Susan Adrion, Sec- retary, Lenita Quarles, Treasurer. SPECIAL INTEREST Geological Society PURPOSE: to exchange ideas among members, faculty and visiting scientists and to sponsor social events for its members. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be a graduate or undergraduate major or minor or must be interested in geology. 1 Row 1 Scott Bam. Secretary-Treasurer, Roger Warner, Vice- President. Kenneth Jenkins. President. Row 2: David Dobbins. Jim Roberts, Tom Rehmann. Allen Ogden. Industrial Education Club 2 Row 1: Dennis Tyler, Vivian Dean, Secretary-Treasurer, Scott Renfrow, Vice-President, Darrel Jordan, President. James Cates. Row 2 Ruth Touchton, Jeff Harris. Donald Tessier. Dr Thomas L Eppler. Dr. Tommy S Dunagan PURPOSE: to foster the development of Industrial Arts and Industrial Arts Education in Louisiana, to promote social activities for the IE Club membership and to seek to develop an active interest among members in the industrial life and methods of production and distribution. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: any student majoring or minoring in Industrial Arts or Industrial Arts Education. Institute of Electrical Electronic Engineers PURPOSE: to advance professional develop- ment of the students of electrical engineering, elec- tronics, radio and allied branches of engineering and to disseminate the knowledge and practice of these fields of endeavor. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: may be a graduate, undergradu- ate, faculty or staff member who has an interest in the areas of IEEE. Row 1: William E. Dees. Secretary, Jeff Harris, Treasurer, Ruth Touchton, Pro- gram Chairman, Randy Walker, Chairman, Raymond L. Christensen, Faculty Sponsor, Darrell Jordan, Vice-chairman. Row 2: Gary Badgley, John Rachal, Mark Schack, Associate Professor, Major Lytton, Vivian Dean. Row 3: James E. Sisson, Mohammad M. Ravanshid, Darrell Gordy, Dennis H. Clarkston, Roland O. Baker. SPECIAL INTEREST Kappa Omicron Phi PURPOSE: to further the best interest of Home Economics by recognizing and encouraging scho- lastic excellence and leadership and to foster pro- fessional activities and interest. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be a Home Economics major. 1. Row 1: Jewell Pressor), Reporter, Beverly Harrell. Vice-President. Virginia Crossno, Celia Decker, Sponsor, Debra McClung, President, Marie Lemoine, Anita Weaver, Treasurer. Row 2: Kathryn Beasley, Sadie Thomas, Betty Sim- mons, Connie Mayes, Gladys McCartney, Grace Wilson, Donna Wimberly. Row 3: Patricia Knight, Margaret Ackel, Donna Deason, Becky Shelton, Bar- bara Johnson, LaWanda Sexson, Linda West. Microbiology — Biochemistry Club PURPOSE: to establish academic and social communication between students as well as faculty and to facilitate exposure to job requirements in Microbiology and Biochemistry and related areas. 1. Row 1: Stephanie Scroggins, Becky Johnson. Susan Coker, Vice-Presi- dent. Marty Pettit, President, Pam Smart, Public Relations-Activities Chair- man. Row 2: Lori Williams Jacob, George Gehrig, Tom Hardman, Carolyn Dean, Phyllis Hoover, Lynda Rice. Row 3: Jerry Allen, Rickey Brown, Micheal Fisher, Snita Vasavada, June K. Sellers, Peter C. Cheng. 331 National Collegiate Association of Secretaries 1. Row 1: Linda Leonard. Publicity Chairman, Tina ft. Walker, Historian, Cynthia A Lewis, Treasurer. Tammy M. Bridges. Secretary. Nancy Pierce. Vice-Presi- dent. Nancy Schwer. President. Row 2: Janice K. Proby. Terri White. Jacqueline Banks. Carol D. McCoy. Sponsor. Wendy Wyble. Barbara Sanders. Row 3: Cynthia Thomas. Marsha A. Palmer. Melinda Palmore. Sherry Foster, Christy Prince Row 4: Juliana Fleming, Patti Ballard, Julie Pye, Lavern Hogan, Fatime West. Deborah Prescott. PURPOSE: to promote the professional growth and development of young women who are plan- ning to enter the business world for a career. Omega Pearls PURPOSE: to aid in the betterment of the Theta Delta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 1. Row 1: Loretta Anderson, Reporter, Linda Lattin, Parlimentarian, Marian Sib- ley, Treasurer, Necy Smith, Secretary, Barbara Eidridge, Vice-President, Karen Levo, President. Row 2: Debbie L. Levo, Sheri L. Raleigh, Monica M. Sibley, Kar- ren Young, Kim Renee Brown. Row 3: Linda M. Pitre, Diane M. Ellis, Marilyn A. Williams, Dianne Carter, Gwendolyn L. Arthur. 333 SPECIAL INTEREST Outings Club PURPOSE: to bring together students interested in outdoor recreation and to develop a personal aware- ness and appreciation of the outdoors through recre- ational experiences. ACTIVITIES: canoe trip on Bayou Pierre and the Red River, backpacking trip to Arkansas, booth at the Christmas Festival, hang glid- ing, horseback riding, and various other activities. 1. Row 1: Nancy Raiford, Executive Council, Mary Methvin, Lisa Little, Exec- utive Council, Jeff Bamburg, Executive Council, Kent McGee, Bill Wood, Executive Council President. Row 2: Ghlee Woodworth, Gail A. Current, Deborah L. Casou, Donald Pistorius, Peggy J. Fitt, Edna Schack, Ginny Whi- taker. Row 3: Teri Averett, Saundra Boudreaux, Tommy Alio, Mark Schack, John Zavalydriga, Donelle Dupree, Jeanie Miller. Periaktoi PURPOSE: to promote the advancement of soci- ology and social work as a profession. REQUIRE- MENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be a sociology major or minor. 1. Row 1: Cheryl Miller, Vice-President, Marilyn Boss, Treasurer, Sandra Ander- son, President, Esther Pfeifenroth, Secretary, Sarah Jones. Row 2: Rowena Franks, Monica Bartee, Peggy Ammons, Lori Cournoyer, Anett Kahler, Patricia Monroe. Row 3: Dolly Butts, Caroline Lee, Elaine Smith, Joan Jeansonne, Lowana King, Pamela Perry. Row 4: Angela Brossett, Guinevere Allen, Mary C. Riffel, Malcolm Braudaway, Sponsor, Ricky D. Gordon, Sandra Carnahan, Col- leen Cook. 335 SPECIAL INTEREST Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia PURPOSE: to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members and to encourage loyalty to Alma Mater. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEM- BERSHIP: any student, fac- ulty, or officer of the college who shows an interest in music 1. Row 1: James Swett, Faculty Advisor, James Hubbard. Executive Secretary, Mark Jordan, President, Russell E. Rogers. Vice- President, Gregory Stephan, Secretary-Trea- surer. Row 2: John M. Jackson, Richard Stall- ing. Archie Jones. Michael L. Poche. Jerrett S Kinard. Public Relations Student Society of America PURPOSE: to encourage the understanding of current theories and procedures in the practice of public rela- tions, to provide students of public relations with the opportunity to become acquainted not only with their peers, but with professional practioners as well, to encour- age students to adhere to the highest ideals and principles of the practice of public rela- tions and to instill in them a professional attitude. 2 Row 1: Rosalind Patterson, Treasurer. Sherri Reeves. Vice-President, Jane Dean, President. Row 2: Jim McKellar, Franklin Presson, Advisor, Saundra Boudreaux. Student Louisiana Association of Educators PURPOSE: to encourage a professional attitude on the part of the members, to acquaint them with the eth- ics of the teaching profession and to promote interest in the parent organization, Louisiana Association of Edu- cators. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must be a student pursuing a curriculum that qualifies him for a teacher ' s certificate. 1. Row 1: Margaret Miller, Secretary, Phyllis Ann Jones, Parliamentarian, Susan Parker, Historian-Reporter, Barbara Helms, Treasurer, Julie Wil- kins, Co-publicity Chairman, Marlene Quattlebaum, Vice President, Nancy Schmitz. Publicity Chairman, Tracey Miller, President. Row 2: Gay Gallien, Linda Stuchlik, Janice Williams. Greg Stephan, Becky Most, Mary Kay daRoza, Tracy Owens, Paulette Graham. Row 3: Beth Taylor, Ginger Roberson, Jack Daniel, Joy Stroud, Pam Strange, Juliete Lee, Patti Wooley. Becky Duke, Bornita LaPrell Washington. Split image PURPOSE: to promote photography as a form of art. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEM- BERSHIP: must have an inter- est in photography. 2. Row 1: Sherri Reeves, Vice-President, Dennis Tyler, President. Row 2: Collen Claire Cook, Andrae Maria Douglas, Fathi M. Al- Hattab. SPECIAL INTEREST Student Nurses Association Natchitoches r Row 1 Pat Skidmore. President, Sharon Chaney. Vice-President. Connie Lmnear, Secretary. Carmel Preyan. Newsletter and Publicity. Knstine Lightfoot. Telephone Chairman Row 2 Melba Cupp. Cynthia Rachal. Stephanie McAhster. Barbara Toy. Lynn Milam. Darlene Brown. Row 3: Cynthia Jacob. Tina Thrash. Tammy Duplechin. Don- na Jackson. Zelda Graham. Angelia M. Jones. Gwenda Jefferson. Judy Yancey. Row 4 Tom Middleton. Lynne Middleton. Judy Bramlett. Iran Brock. Sheila LaCeur. Patricia Monsanto. Dorothy Gibbs. Student Nurses Association Warrington 2 Row 1: Beth Hayes. Advisor. Martha Williams. DeAnna Cifune. Vice-President. Valerie Miller. President. Laurie Osterhof, Secretary. Ron St. Aubyn. Treasurer. Wendy Cox. Row 2: John Holmes, Marjorie Craft. Laura Gremillion. Gethyn Clayton. Rhonda Tassm.. Stephanie Sigur. Mable Cockerham, Judy Wise. Row 3: Beth Decker, Martha Bush, Marian Tate. Karen Vincent. Iris Wells. Tina Gillard. Cecile LaCour. Charlie Mar- chand. Julie Breazeale. Bernadette Cordaro. PURPOSE: to aid in the preparation of student nurses for the assumption of professional responsibilities. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: any nursing major. iBSofl i i ' ' ; ' ' i B 1 Student Nurses Association Ados 1. Row 1: Lilly Daigle, Francis Ardrey, Con- sultant, Shirley Cashio, Consultant, Susan Givens, Ken Chandler, Jackson Jinks, Janis Sistrunk, Barbara Short, Carol Shoul, EmEtta Lafitte. Row 2: Shirley Bartsch, Darlene Strickland, Cherrie Parker, Patsy Fitzgerald, Kay Sweeney, Janet Nugent, Elizabeth Smith, Treasurer, Robin Bent ley, Vice- President, Renee Fowler, Secretary, Kimber- lyMobley, President. Swamp Demons PURPOSE: to challenge members, develop pride, con- fidence, resourcefulness, self determination and the ability to lead, endure, and succeed regardless of the situation. 2. Row 1: Lynn Milam, Treasurer, Weslie Powell, Vice-President, Gary Oglesby, Secretary, Rick DeVeau, President, June Sellers, Louis Metoyer. Row 2: Mark Grant, Tim Self, Joe Sepulvado, Jay Ham, Karla J. Oglesby, Mark Cosand, Mark J. Guillot. Row 3: Alvin Wallace, Donald Bowdler, John Zavalydriga, Russell S. Campbell, Mark Jensen, Carl A. Jones. SPECIAL INTEREST Water Ski Club PURPOSE: to promote the sport of water skiing through group partici- pation, sponsoring exhibitions, shows, tournaments, and associated recreational activities for mutual ben- efit of the members. ACTIVITIES: Fifth place at the Baylor University tournament, Fourth place at the Oklahoma State University tourna- ment, overall Fourth place (of twenty-eight teams) at the South Central Conference Championships at Monroe. 1 A member of the team concentrates as he practices his slalom skiing. 2 Row 1: Sally Berry, Secretary. Mark Thompson. President. Fred Hamilton. Tournament Director Row 2 Nicholas Choate. Tournament Direc- tor. Michael LaCombe. Vice-President. G. Thad Cange- losi. Jeff Powell. Tournament Director X-Ray Technicians PURPOSE: to promote a better understanding of the field of radiol- ogy. 1. Terry Michael Santos, Laurie Camp, Peggy Ann Langley, James H. Bex. Demon Marching Band jm hB •■.WEv-vjv ' -v.v.v.v, x. Iff PURPOSE: to provide support of the athletic events and to offer an opportunity for those int erested in music to use their talents. ACTIVI- TIES: performed at football games, pep rallies, basketball games and took a Spring Tour of high schools in Louisiana and Texas. 1. Don Van Speybroeck keeps an eye on the action as the band performs a number at one of the football games. 2. Demon Band members prac- tice their step-off at one of the afternoon fields rehearsals. 3. Flag line members practice a routine for the Homecoming Festivities. 4. The Prac- tice: the part most people never see. 5. The Performance: it looks so easy! 6. All members of the band and auxiliaries combine to present interesting half-time entertainment. 7. Dr. Caldwell rehearses the band for their half-time show. Demon Marching Band ;rf»S2na»1£KI£lSfl !C»£l DRUM MAJOR Jerre Kinard TWIRL ERS Melinda Palmore, Head Kathy Haynes Jacki Giesey Kelly Wilson Tammy Procell FEATURE TWIRLERS Leesa Foster Stacia Caldwell FLAGS Shelli Wiggins, Captain Sherre Stewart Sherrie Mattson Robyn Cook Robbin Miller Mary Webb Karen Hornung Jane Williams Ginger Roberson Jackie Perry Debbie Brister Rae Lites Karen Lapeyrouse Patricia Knight RIFLES Evelyn Culbert, Captain Robin Deshotels James Byrd FLUTES Melanee Eppler Pam Strange Kathi Brown Cathy Clements Tina Manry Stephanie McAlister Margaret Broderick CLARINETS Susan Myers Michael Gibson Donna Lott Cheryl Corkran E«»j Mk 1 TRUMPETS Tommy Hennigz in Mike Houston Carol Lunsford Scott Key Don Van Speybroeck DanO ' Leary Clint Walker Russell Bennett Ricky Beck Richard Stalling s Donna Brister Doug Corley Jana Fuller Mike Denser BARITONES Lance Harris Julie Cassel Greg Stephan Mark Johnson Terrell Spears SAXOPHONES Mike Packard John Doolittle TUBAS Norma Boyett FRENCH HORNS Danny Edwards Charles Metoyer Ted Beagley James Rowe Barbara Jarzabek Brooks Teeter Duke Terrell Chris Eastwood Jane Fontenot Jack Hardin Mike Poche Kevin Smith TROMBONES PERCUSSION Russell Rogers Mark Jordan James Hubbard i Cane River Belles PURPOSE: to promote spirit by means of dance at university and community activities. SELECTION: by audition. ACTIVITIES: provided half-time entertainment at football games and dances at the Student Union Governing Board " Race Night. " J Dwanda Smith, Juli Fleming, Vaneesa McGaskey, Karen Lang, Tanya Wilson, Laurie Taylor. Beckie Maxey, Patli Cater. Felecia Beavers. Jennifer Todd, Kim Brown, Co-captain, Debbie McClung, Captain, Karen Smith, Co-captain. Pat Williams, Susan Thompson. 2. The Cane River Belles show their style at one of the home games. 3 The Belles entertain students at SUGB " Race Night. " 1 Jazz Ensemble PURPOSE: to entertain both the student body and the community, and also to provide its members with en enriching musical experience. ACTIVITIES: con- certs, tours of area high schools. 1. The Ensemble performs one of their livelier numbers. 2. One of the members plays a solo. MEMBERS OF THE ENSEMBLE INCLUDE: Mike Poche, Russell Robers, Susan Myers, Norma Boyett, John Doolittle, Jerre Kinard, Cheryl Cork- ran, Lance Harris, Carol Lunsford, Bill Dees, Mark Jordan, Tommy Hennigan, Scott Key, Richard Stallings, Ricky Beck, Dan O ' Leary, Doug Corley, Gary Fusiler, Mike Houston. PURPOSE: to act as an auditioned group of singers, specializing in chamber works of all musical eras. ACTIVITIES: performances for churches, service organizations, etc., special programs such as Con- certs In The Square, and other events throughout the year. 1. Harold Ashcraft. Bill Few, Pam Pharis. Vickie Corley. Wayne Bridges. Kitty Pace. Dr. John Taylor, Direc- tor. Janis Moore, Denise Kruse. Janice Rogers. Leigh Wood. Paul Shelton. Mike Strange. 2. Dr. Taylor directs the choir as they perform Christmas carols at a local bank. 3. Janis Moore and Vickie Corley perform a duet. Concert Choir PURPOSE: to afford university students the oppor- tunity to study and perform choral literature from all stylistic periods in music history in order to meet their educational needs and to give them performance ex- perience and musical pleasure. ACTIVITIES: presents concerts throughout Louisiana, appears on tele- vision, and participates in operas and musicals. 1. The Concert Choir sings Christmas carols during their December perfor- mance. 2. Members of the Choir join together in singing " Fantasia on Christmas Carols " by Ralph Vaughn Williams. MEMBERS OF THE CHOIR INCLUDE: Soprano: Ellenor Bartlett, Edie Callender, Claire Campbell, Miriam Cheng, Vickie Corley, Natalie Craig, Gay Gallien, Denise Kruse, Kathryn Pace, Pam Pharis, Janice Rogers, Stacey Stewart. Alto: Frances Allen, Mary Brown, Zhan Couvillon, Karen Hix, Carolyn Long, Karen McAlister, Daureen McClintock, Janis Moore, Becky Tomlinson, Lesley Walthal, Leigh Wood. Tenor: Harold Ashcraft, Wayne Bridges, Don Brewer, Douglas Brown, Howard Burkett, Ron Gentry, Mike Strange, Brent Thibodeaux. Bass: Kevin Cheatham, Bill Few, Steve Fletcher, Jack Hardin, Larry Hunt, Mark LaCour, Paul Shelton, Duke Ter- rell, Tim Tolar, Reggie Williams. Accompanist: Janis Moore. Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony 4 CONDUCTOR VIOLAS OBOES TROMBONES J. Robert Smith Jo Hix, Principal Tony Smith Mark Jordan Ruth Caldwell Mike Poche Richard Teeter FIRST VIOLINS Roger DiGiulian Thomas Hennigan Johnette Parker CLARINETS Robert Price. Concert Master Nancy Price TUBA Lane Allen Barbara Turner Susan Myers Strelsa Burke Cheryl Corkran Danny Edwards Joe Cooper CELLOS Micheal Gibson Charles DiGiulian Joe Lewis PERCUSSION James Lee Richard Rose, Principal Roland Nono Connie Bernet BASSOONS Mike Houston Lois Owsley Kevin Pearce Jerre Kinard Viet Pham Archie Jones Sylvia Kushner Gregory Stephan Kay Reichel Alicia Randisi Mike Stelley Michael Tiner Marilyn Rietz Jana Fuller HARP Karen Townsend Mary Webb BASSES FRENCH HORNS Shirley Jennings Nancy Worthington Terry Pruitt, Principal Richard Jennings GENERAL MANAGER SECOND VIOLINS Ingrid Benson Elizabeth Monk Roger Houston Brooks Teeter Wayne Bridges Lisa Jones. Principal Eugene Steinquest Ted Beagley Sandra Batscha Marje Stricklin Jane Fontenot STAGE MANAGER Amanda Bryant Russell Wingfield Colleen DiGuihan TRUMPETS Roger Houston Farris Hand FLUTES llance Mears Carol Lunsford LIBRARIAN Manam Mitchell Melanee Eppler Michael Packard Grace Patterson Cathy Clements Richard Beck Carol Lunsford Van Nghe Pham Kathy Brown Quan Pham •• 4 «■ m§L rft 1 TOte ik mj £ ft2 Jl PURPOSE: to contribute to the cultural development of the campus, community and surrounding areas, to provide laboratory experience for music majors and to provide a wholesome recreational outlet for non-music majors. REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP: must possess the ability to play an orchestral in- strument and have the consent of the conductor. 1. The Orchestra during its Pops Concert given on the Riverfront Stage. 2. The Symphony performs Tchaikov- sky ' s Capriccio Italien. Op. 45 during its Christmas Concert. The NSU Entertainers PURPOSE: to represent North- western State University at events in Louisiana and the surrounding areas by performing music from the recording industry ' s biggest stars. SELECTION: by audition. PER- FORMANCES: the Louisiana State Fair in Shreveport, the Red River Revel in Shreveport, in conjunction with Jerry Lewis ' Labor Day Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy, the 54th Natchitoches Christmas Festival, the International Arabian Horse Associa- tion Convention in Dallas, the 96th Anniversary Homecoming, a televi- sion special for Channel 5 KALB in Alexandria and at many high schools in the south. Dr. William Hunt Coordinator Bill Few Sound Technician Don Brewer Saxophone and Vocalist Vickie Corley Vocalist Natalie Craig Vocalist Jimmy Davis Drums Brent Thibodeaux Vocalist Mark LaCour Vocalist Scott Stuart Guitar and Vocalist Randy Walker Bass Leigh Wood Keyboard and Vocalist The NSU Entertainers J 1 Entertainers perform one of their many musical numbers at the State Fair. 2. Mark LaCour. Vickie Corley. and Natalie Craig per- form a dance routine to a musical selection. 3 Brent Thibodeaux solos during a perform- ance of the Entertainers. 4. Jimmy Davis keeps the beat. f COMMUNICATION Argus PURPOSE: to publish the creative expressions of NSU students. Student poetry, prose, drama, and essays are fea- tured in the magazine, along with repro- ductions of photographs, drawings, and paintings by campus artists. 1. Nigel Nicholson, Editor-in-Chief. Sandi Therrell, Assistant Editor, Judith Reeves, Publicity Director, Ruth Caroline Gutier- rez, Art Editor, Ann N. Black, Adviser. 2. Staff members Ruth Gutierrez and Sandi Therrell prepare works for publication. COMMUNICATION KNWD-FM PURPOSE: to inform and entertain NSU and Natchitoches by operating commercial-free radio on a semi-professional level. ACTIVITIES: live broadcasts of special sports events and SGA meetings, Album Showcase, What ' s On Your Mind?, Concert Dream, Liberty Lobby. J Row 1: Joanne Gibson. Randy Walker. Chief Engineer. Ginny Whi- taker. Richard Fillet, General Manager. Alan Off, Music Director, Ray- mond L. Chnstensen. Faculty Sponsor Row 2: Shem Talley. Lisa Den- mon. Gary J Patton, Clifford Foster. Bunker Watts. Mary Methvin. Row 3: Elizabeth Bailey. Jay Vail. Steve Shapkoff, Kenneth Latin. David L. Ulmer, Roy Frantom. 2 KNWD sign welcomes visitors to the station in Russell Hall 3 Shem Talley cues up a record from the station ' s large album col- lection 4 James Baskm observes as Bruce Bryant adjusts controls on the console 5 Richard Fillet and Steve Soileau look on as Ginny Whi- taker goes on the air 357 COMMUNICATION Current Sauce PURPOSE: to inform students of happenings on campus and to defend students ' rights through the power of the Press. NOTE: through the use of investigative reporting and the reporting of controversial issues (such as reports on closed SUGB meetings, faculty arrests, police reports, the Bayou Folk Museum, Inside View and many editorials) the paper became more than a publicity sheet for Northwestern; it reported things as they were. 1 Row 1 Alhson Arthur. David L LaVere. Sandi Therrell. Row 2: Joe Cunningham. Susan Higgs Monday. James Ingram. Row 3 Mark Cosand. Mike Gallien. Kevin Murphy. David Slamey 2 David LaVere. CURRENT SAUCE editor, looks over the latest edition. 3 David Stamey and Kevin Murphy prepare copies for mailing. 4 Susan Monday critiques an article Sewing NSU Students Since Nineteen-fourteen Current Sauce Vol. LXVIII No. XV Northwestern State University Natchitoches La. H PIs. Nouember 18, 1980 COMMUNICATION The 1981 Potpourri Staff COMMUNICATION Potpourri Ezra Adams. Advisor. 2 The staff in one of their more relaxed moods. 3. Noni Ewing, Apprentice. 4. Chine Kraatz. Apprentice. 5. Kristy Towry. Editor. 6. Mischele Barrett. Academics Editor. 7. Shern Reeves. Managing Editor. Greeks Editor 8. Saundra Boudreaux, Photog- rapher. 9. Jim McKellar. Sports Editor. 10. Russell Wil- liams. Organizations Editor. 1 1. Ed Dupuis. Darkroom Specialist i TO PMB " «P Potpourri Lingo P-Turn. That ' s for me! You keep that. 920 and die. I ' ve got something in my eye. That hurt. NBD. Who broke it? Whatever blows your dress up. Doo-Doo Sway ... ... Doo-Doo Swah. Clubs Not Pictured 1 I 1 1 - -——— — ■ — — - Alpha Eta Rho Alpha Mu Gamma Beta Gamma Psi Black Knights Drill Canterbury Club Fellowship of Christian Athlete Holy Cross Catholic Church Interfraternity Council Mu Alpha Theta NAACP National Pan-Hellenic Council inster Fellowsl cs Commission of NSU Gamma oiynia i ' au Delta Society for Advancement of Management Society of Physics Students Student Personnel Associ? tion On January 20, 1981, after 444 days of captivity, the 52 Americans who were held hostage in Iran were released. This page is dedicated to them and to the courage they dis- played throughout their ordeal. Welcome home. • • f 0 1 Wtil, this it it . .. Dke Lit page of ike 1981 Potpourri kas fail keen com- pleted, and 3 m getling my tail ckance to Say everything that s on my mind. ZJkis year has taught me more than 3 could nave imagined, not just about planning pages, cropping pictures, ana drawing layouts, out about people. 3f there is one thing 3 can truly compliment myself on, it is my ability to choose a staff. Jke people that 3 have worked with during the past year are my best friends in the world, and 3 love each one dearly, lllr. Adams, 3 don t know how you put up with this crazy bunch of kids, out you did, and 3 thank you for your confidence. -Jiherri, you gave me the encouragement 3 needed when the fob Seemed to be too much for me. aundra, you never let me lane myself too seriously, tf ' li Scheie, you were always there, never saying much, but getting your work done without ever seeming to get caught up in the rush and worry of yearbook work, (Jim, you always knew when something was bothering me, no matter how hard 3 tried to hide it, and telling you about it always made me feel better. IKussell, not Kuscal, thank you for your enth. that aiw iL rough tkose " J%on ' t Care limes. C d, you were always so understanding and willing to listen to me wkenever 3 was feeling low. Ckirre, floni, Julie, and Jjarlene, tkanks for ike work you did to help make this the great book 3 believe it is. 3 want to thank my family for putting up with my constant talk about wkal was going on in tke office. 3 ve placed more importance on this book than 3 have on anything else 3 ve done in my life, and 3 hope you 11 feel the Same pride in it that J do. 3 wish tke best of luck to tke (editor of next year s potpourri, and 3 kope that working in tkat position brings that person as much satisfaction as it has me. 3 kale to think about leaving tke staff, but 3 m leaving on a kigk. ZJkingS couldn I get any better than they were this year, yjnee again, thanks to my staff. 3 love r- ' CuLB.r K4.® ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Lytt Allen Perry Anderson John Clower Chris Free MikeGallien Jarrot Handy Lilly Dawn Parrish Steve Roe Don Sepulvado Susanne Crawford Current Sauce Housing SGA Squire ' s Tuxedo Rental Claude Davis Bob McKellar SUGB Susan Dollar Don Nici Dan Todtenbiei THE 1981 POTPOURRI STAFF Ezra Adams Adviser Russell Williams Organizations Kristy Towry Editor Ed Dupuis Darkroom Specialist Sherri Reeves Managing Editor, Greeks Chirre Kraatz Apprentice Saundra Boudreaux Photographer Noni Ewing Apprentice Mischele Barrett Academics Julie Breazeale Shreveport Representative Jim McKellar Sports Darlene Strickland Shreveport Representative 3©wjrrtAlisr ,■ ' ■ - ■ «H ?w - : » m ”
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