Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN)
- Class of 1970
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6'There's a world out there to be
conquered!" For thousands of years
man has tried to be victorious over
his world. Columbus defeated a cen-
turies-old fear by sailing off the edge
of the earth and returning safely.
Conquering is not always physical.
Mental victories have inspired man and
encouraged him to continue, even at
the risk of his life. John Kennedy of-
fered the younger generation a 'cnew
frontierv on which to plan their fu-
tures. Martin Luther King sought to
guide his people to a new age of new
goals, standards and concepts.
Yet each time man conquers, he
must also adapt. Customs and ideals
are never the same in two different na-
tions. In earlier centuries, schools did
not include courses on the life and cus-
toms of people on other continents.
Today, however, education has be-
come essential in helping man to un-
derstand and appreciate the goals and
aspirations of other peoples.
A college is not merely a place for
educating the mind from musty text-
books. It is a center of experiences.
It is a center of challenge. It is a cen-
ter of adapting and coping.
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Learning does not have to be con-
fined to the classroom. Yet, here it
has a planned beginning. The atmo-
sphere and stimulant are available to
help prove old theories and formulate
Through classroom discussions, man
has the opportunity to present his ideas
and to hear those of others. Under
the guidance of experienced leaders, he
begins to shape the pattern by which
he will live the rest of his life. This
pattern may not follow his old con-
cepts completely, yet, it will represent
him as an individual.
In the four walls of the core of learn-
ing, he will learn to adapt, to explore,
to see himself as a member of a pro-
Since his first moment on the college
campus, he has adapted-to rules, to
customs, to authority. He has learned
that coping is often the stream of sur-
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his own teacher. He must treat every
person he meets as a people. ln each
person is a microcosm that, by itself,
must adapt to support and defend its
ruler. How it is ruled is determined
by each individual. It has by its as-
sociations adapted to the society and
environment in which it has chosen to
A student election is as important
as a national one. Participation in
campus elections shows the ability of
the student to assess the contributions
and goals of others toward progressive
University life. In fact, a pattern set
in college is often the pattern for life-
good or bad.
Extracurricular activities encompass
all facets of experience. A fraternity
meeting, a ballgame, a walk around the
campus, a parking lot excursion are all
scheduled during the four-year for
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of the University years. Women de-
mand and get later dorm hours. A
moratorium observance reveals pros
and cons of war.
Petitions telling, asking, demanding,
forcing . . .
Experiences outside the safe enclo-
sure of a classroom are mandatory.
A strong body has always been re-
quired in order for man to survive.
Today, because machines do most of
the once physical labor, man has fewer
opportunities for extended periods of
physical activity. In the University
where academics are stressed, little
time is allotted for physical exercise.
Intramural sports give the most en-
joyment to the student. He is not re-
quired to be highly skilled in order to
play. Instead, he is to enjoy the game
andto learn for pleasure its techniques.
Winning is utmost for any competitive
event, yet, enthusiasm while trying is
far more important than professional
From this type of athletics, the stu-
dent learns the value of teamwork, the
extent of his own ability and the satis-
faction of accomplishment.
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HOUSING . . . Charley . . . last
rites for Southeast and
Early . . . Marshall Hall . . .
21 Dorm . . . UNIVERSITY
CENTER . . . P.O. box . . . fish
on Fridays . . . crowded tables . . .
Mr. Fox . . . Saturday morning
cartoons . . . REGISTRATION . . .
lost Freshman . . . course
cards . . . "Section 06 CLOSED" . .
panic . . . confusion . . . Step 7 . . .
MORATORIUM . . . for those who
care. . .BURGESS FALLS. . . ? . .
SPRING FLING . . . Crossville . . .
rain . . . bar-b-que and brownies . .
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Burgess Falls is one of ihe favorite scenic spots for
Area parks, lakes
Student life at Tech is by no means
limited to campus and city. When books
and classes, tests and papers begin to give
students feelings of confinement and con-
fusion, freedom and relaxation may be
found in the hills and woods surrounding
the Tech campus.
Several state parks are within a short
drive of the campus, not to mention the
large number of scenic spots in the
nearby undeveloped woodland areas.
The big favorite of students in the spring
and summer months is Center Hill Lake,
especially Floating Mill Park. This area
provides various recreational activities for
students such as swimming, skiing, boat-
ing, fishing, camping and picnicking.
Primitive scenic spots such as Burgess
Falls and Cummins Falls make their
beauty manifest to the Tech student the
year round. Beauty such as this is some-
thing to be sharedg and sharing the beauty
and enjoyment of nature is one reason
that Tech students enjoy close relation-
ships with friends.
Debi Fiske cools her heels in one of the cool moun-
tain streams in the wooded area near Tech.
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chance to get their minds off of school.
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Frank Collier and Kaye Poston experience the
beauty of an autumn day in Tennessee.
during first Week
on Tech campus
Freshman Week at Tech is focused on
the new students on campus and is used
to introduce them to university life.
Upperclassmen, as well as faculty and ad-
ministrators, make an all out effort to
welcome freshmen in becoming an active
part of the university. Students are on
hand to help freshmen move into the
dorms, show them around campus and
answer questions that might arise.
Freshmen were given a chance to get
acquainted with their fellow class mem-
bers at a dance featuring the Poor Souls.
A reception held in Memorial Gymna-
sium gave them a chance to meet their fu-
ture instructors. A picnic on the quad
honored the new Tech students.
Freshmen this year at Tech adjusted
quickly and were soon taking an active
part in student life.
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women move into the dorms.
Bill LaFolletfe and Marilyn Edwards give advice to
a group of new freshmen.
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of classes, studies and rain.
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for fall quarter
With the last lingering moments of
summer still fresh in their minds, 6,000
Tech students found themselves prepar-
ing for a new school year.
Students anticipated the reunion with
friends and the excitement of meeting
new people. All were eager to share the
events of their summers and their hopes
for the promise of an exciting fall quarter.
Several improvements of interest and
concern to Tech men and women wel-
comed students back. Women in Units
D and E returned to find phones had
been installed in their rooms. Also, a
dorm had been provided for women 21
years old or over in which a policy of no
hours was observed. Parking areas had
been changed to a color-code system. A
pass-fail system was approved to begin
winter quarter for seniors in good aca-
demic standing. These developments
helped to assure the students that fall
quarter had promise.
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plans For the new quarter.
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Sharon Layne finds that unlimiized hours give her
extra time to spend on herself.
Looks as if Donna Fusarini has been caught short-
sheeting someone's bed.
Unit : unlimited
hours for Women
This year women ages 21 and over
were allowed the privilege of living in a
dorm with unlimited hours. Unit A was
selected as the residence for these young
Unit A operates just as any other
women's dorm except the residents are
not restricted to certain hours. However,
the sign-out system is still in use in the
dorm. Other than the age requirement,
the only other stipulation is that each
woman must be willing to stay up one
night a quarter to answer the door for
women who wish to stay out later than 11
p.m. on weeknights and 1 a.m. on week-
Although Unit A was initiated only this
year it has already proven successful in its
operation. The smoothness of its opera-
tion in this its first year is due to the co-
operation of the women in the dorm, its
counselors Linda Roach and Brenda Phil-
lips, and the head resident, Mrs. Ralston.
Dean Murphy has also contributed to the
success of this system.
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Frannie Smith and Paul Macolly find that nil: . . . .
bas its disadvantages, like a broken doorbell .... Paul finds .3 way iq fake gdvanfggq of moment,
Tech Village has
Married Tech students find living in
Tech Village a good economic advantage
-the way the majority of students must
look at things. Rent is arranged so as to
fit the budget of the average married stu-
Aside from the economic factor, Tech
Village is conveniently located in relation
to the campus. It also has those extras for
comfort's sake which is a real advantage
for the student's money. Students enjoy
the availablity of a swimming pool in the
summer months. They also have access
to a recreation center and laundry.
Apartments are attractive and can be
rented with or without furniture. They
have air conditioning facilities as well as
heat. Students have a choice of one or
two bedroom units.
Debbie Botteniield, a Tech Village res-
ident, iinds life in Tech Village enjoy-
able. "Everyone shares common inter-
ests, so friends are easy to make."
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Joyce and Wayne Gleason take time out for a
family jam session.
Larry finds time to study before supper.
Debbie Botteniield makes sure her husband, Larry
gets his fair share of kitchen duty.
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carpet in the new dressing room. counting snowflakes or showing peace signs.
Menis dorms--one big happ '
This aspiring young student mixes pleasure with
pain . . . stereo and studies.
Life in the men's dorms at Tech is
something one would seldom understand
without having experienced it. Men oc-
casionally find time to study or sleep be-
tween shaving-cream fights and booby-
trapping bathroom doors. Despite all the
militant action that occurs in the dorms,
the residents make one big happy family.
This year Smith Lodge opened in the
Smith Quadrangle. The lodge serves
both male and female students with
lounge facilities. The lodge features a
game room and laundry room, a lounge
with six living room suites, a television
room, a snack room and an AM-FM
stereo intercom system. Another new fa-
cility serving Tech men is the new dress-
ing room for Tech's football team. The
dressing room is furnished attractively for
its purpose, complete with carpeting and
air conditioning. Living conditions for
Tech men on campus have improved con-
siderably in the past few years and the fu-
ture looks even better.
Billy Edd Wheeler popular song writer was a high-
light of fall quarter public programs.
John Putnam was one of the interesting speakers
that appeared in public programs.
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are all smiles as they ride in the Homecoming pa-
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Homecoming flower. house for the big weekend.
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Marta Peters tries to keep the cold air away from
Fulton Johns as they watch the parade.
"An Epic Voyage-Follow the Eagles"
was the theme for the 1970 Homecoming
at Tennessee Tech.
Homecoming events began on a Wed-
nesday with special activities in Public
Programs. Friday, Olympic games
scheduled to be held on the quad were
moved into the gymnasium because of
snow. Sixteen teams, eight in each di-
vision, entered. Up to par, the T-Club
took first in the men's division while Zeta
Tau Alpha captured the women's trophy
for the second straight year. Tri-Sigs
and ADPis won second and third, respec-
tively. These places in the menfs divi-
sion were won by Phi Delta Theta and
Alpha Tau Omega.
The spirit kickoff for Homecoming was
the bonfire held Friday night. Freshmen
were challenged by upperclassmen to see
who could stack the highest pile of card-
board in the commuter parking lot for the
fire. Due to the bitter cold and snow, at-
tendance was low. However, many at-
tended the free dance following the bon-
fire. The Southfield Expressway played
for the Homecoming crowd in the Memo-
On-campus and off-campus decorations
were judged Saturday morning. First
prize winners were Sigma Chi for frater-
nity decorations, Northeast Hall for men's
dorms decorations and Unit C won first in
women's dorm decorations. SNEA won
Later that morning crowds lined the
streets to watch the parade. Queen Mar-
cia Pearson and court looked radiant in
spite of the bitter cold wind that whistled
around their float. The IT department
won first prize for the best float.
That afternoon, a crowd of 9,000,
shivered through Tech's homecoming
game with the Austin Peay Governors.
The bitter weather forced many to leave
the stands, but those who remained were
rewarded with a mighty 56-20 victory.
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles en-
tertained students and alumni in a vic-
Phi Delia Thefas prepare their house decoration
for the officials to judge.
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house is training
ground for majors
Tech's Division of Home Economics
held a 'tHome Economics Day" in Febru-
ary for teachers and students from the
Persons who attended the program
were treated to a fashion show, tours of
the campus and discussions of college life
by Tech students.
The home management house is instru-
mental in helping the Division achieve its
threefold purpose: the maximum devel-
opment of the individual, achievement of
a richer and more satisfying life, and pro-
fessional specialization for various types
of home economics positions.
There is always something to keep the home man-
agement house residents busy.
Lynn Russell and Nancy Heislcell find it takes team-
worlc to get things done.
Home economics students watch a demonstration
on cleaning an electric waffle iron.
Larry Head examines samples from one of the
crops planted by agriculture majors.
Tech ggies hold
Tennessee Tech's Division of Agricul-
ture has achieved recognition for various
activities and achievements this year. Its
plant evaluation program was rated the
best in the Southeast.
Delta Tau Alpha, a national honorary
agricultural fraternity, elected as its presi-
dent, Ron Graves, a Tennessee Tech stu-
dent in the Division of Agriculture.
Tech was host to the national meeting of
Delta Tau Alpha last spring quarter.
The Division of Agriculture has held
several other events such as the South-
eastern Soil Judging contest fall quarter,
and the State Soil Judging contest for
FFA and 4-H clubs last spring quarter.
Dennis Cunningham inspects the roots of a cotton
plant on Tecl'1's Shipley Farm.
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The creative writing class helps students in devel-
oping and refining their creative ability.
Arts and Sciences
offers new services
The College of Arts and Sciences has a
number of improvements and new ser-
vices to offer the students this year. Dr.
Hunter of the biology department started
a student-centered curriculum in the basic
biology courses. The department has
added a student lounge and library in the
A new 1620 IBM Computer has been
added to the math department. In the
department of sociology and philosophy a
race relations course has been added, and
the aspect of furthering sociology is now
emphasized. Also, the first year chem-
istry program sponsored aid to the stu-
dent by means of an audio-tutorial sys-
tem and a television.
The department of English has added
several new courses, the creative writing
and creative writing-poetry courses being
of special interest. The College shows
promise of more improvements next year.
Chemistry students are tutored by tape in the
Chemistry Department's audio-tutorial session.
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Engineers display Work Winter quarter
The College of Engineering is one of
the most notable colleges in Techjs uni-
versity system. Aside from the standard
training offered by the curriculum, the
college does consultant work in the sur-
rounding area with projects such as Proj-
Winter quarter of each year, the Col-
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exercises in technical process only, but
attempted to show what the engineer does
on the job and how he prepares for the
job. Each department sponsored a proj-
ect and cash awards were presented to
first, second and third place winners in
competition. Among the displays offered
were laser beams, models of Saturn V,
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visitors taking an Engineer's Day tour.
Engineer's Day gives engineering majors a chance It's not easy to understand the operation of these
'co show oFf their skill. machines, even with professional help.
This machine measures ihe sirengih of buildings in
terms of ability to withstand earthquakes.
Linda Roach gets a preview
fession while student teaching.
The College of Education formerly
housed solely in the Education Building
has expanded its facilities to include Bar-
too Hall. The Learning Materials Center
located in the Education Building pro-
vides extra facilities for research and ref-
erence so important to education majors.
Student teachers this year had difficulty
finding positions in schools because of the
large number of education majors sched-
uled to student teach.
The old business building, Kittrell Hall,
is beginning to feel crowded too.
Students and professors are looking for-
ward to moving into the new business
building scheduled for completion by next
of the teaching pro-
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the Business Administration
Building will replace Kittrell Hall.
Derryberry Hall's steps give art students an excel-
lent view ofthe campus.
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Phi national honor society
was installed on the TTU campus winter
quarter of this year. Forty-five under-
graduates, four faculty members and Five
graduate students accepted invitations to
join and were installed in March in cere-
monies held in Concert Auditorium.
Initiation activities and a banquet fol-
lowed the installation.
Tennessee Tech is the second univer-
sity in the state of Tennessee to be
granted a chapter of Phi Kappa Phi
honor society. Phi Kappa Phi recognizes
and encourages superior scholarship in all
areas of study. To be eligible for mem-
bership in the society, juniors must rank
in the top five per cent of their class.
Seniors and graduate students must rank
in the top 10 per cent of their class.
TTU already boasts of 30 of its faculty
members being members of Phi Kappa
Phi. Tech feels honored to have a pro-
gram such as this to come to its campus
as it is the only organization on campus
to recognize achievement in all iields of
At its charter installation. Phi Kappa
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Dean Wallace Prescott signs the charter of the Dr. Richard Savage congratulates a new Phi Kappa
new honorary society. Phi. Martha Brown.
Pla ers bring live theatre
of high qualit to campus
Both the Tech Players and the Wesley
Players are deserving of credit for bring-
ing live theatre of outstanding quality to
the Cookeville area as well as to the Tech
campus. Although Wesley players are
not directly connected with Tennessee
Tech, they make use of theatrical talent
on the Tech campus in their productions.
Tech players are under the direction of
the new dramatics coach, Douglas Tid-
well. Tidwell hopes to bring academic
theatre to the area through university
productions. Under his direction, the
Tech players performed f'Star-Spangled
Girlv a musical comedy by Neil Simon
with Pam Limbaugh, Bruce McGlaughlin
Tech Players Pam Limbaugh, Steve Vlesifield. and
Bruce McGlaughlin act in "Star-Spangled Girl."
and Steve Westfield.
William Saroyan's pulitzer prize win-
ning play, "The Time of Your Life'l was
the next production. This play was con-
cerned with the "do-your-own-thing"
generation of today. Scott Galbraith,
who portrayed a millionaire philosopher
who sat in a bar all day giving money
away, had the leading role.
Among other productions was HA
Thurber Carnivalv performed by Tech
students and several players not con-
nected with the university. "The Odd
Couplei' was performed by the Wesley
players under the direction of Margery
Hal Denton and Mary Linda Elrod dance in "A
Thurber Carnival" performed by Wesley players.
Tech Players have done well in making their parts
authentic and alive for their audience.
to lift restrictions
on Tech Women
The Peace and Human Rights Alliance
CPAHRAJ was recognized by TTU this
year as a campus organization. PAHRA
was formed Oct. I5 following a prayer
service held in Derryberry Hall as a me-
morial to the dead of the Vietnam War.
Membership in PAHRA is open to all
students, faculty and administrative per-
PAHRA sponsored a memorial and
candle light march for peace in observ-
ance with the nationwide moratorium.
The group also sponsored a petition sug-
gesting changes in women,s hours, off-
campus housing for women and entertain-
ing of women in menls residences. The
petition with approximately 2,000 signa-
tures showed evidence of discontent with
Largely through the efforts of PAHRA,
restrictions on junior and senior women
PAHRA sponsors a candlelight march around the
quad in observance of the moratorium.
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Blacl: armbands become a symbol o'F peace on
Tech's campus during the national peace morato-
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the 8Ist Army Dance Band.
ROTC re-evaluated--chan es beneficial
When the Reserved Officers Training the number of classroom hours were de- CF'
Corps was reappraised this year, Tech's creased.
military science department did some re- Structurally, the ROTC system was di-
evaluating, too. A changeover from an vided into four units. MSIV,s were the
emphasis on learning facts to practicing officers, From this group, the cadet bri-
problems made the curriculum more in- gade commander, John T. Bobo, and bat-
tefesting- talion commanders were chosen.
Innovation and involvement were the Tiger Company was the MSHFS- The
keys to the new program. The new ap-
proach encouraged students to learn
through practical experience. Leader-
ship laboratory carried this concept to
Thursday afternoon drill was reno-
vated. To get away from the strict left
and right aspect of marching, the ROTC Though Situ-Htivns and ideals Change,
department extended the classroom to the The major PUTPOSCS Of the militant Omcef
drill field. Exercises in several practical training system does not. Since its begin-
courses such as map-reading were given. ning, it has worked toward providing the
Through this system of involvement, country with intelligent leaders.
men in this group prepared for the annual
summer camp at Fort Bragg, N. C. These
men constitute the units on the drill field.
MSI's and II's were the freshman and
sophomore students. These men ac-
counted for the masses on the drill field.
Col. and Mrs. Edward Downing lead the dancing
al: the Dance of the Brigade.
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light tables in the Oracle office.
A gift of two Justowriters from the
Cookeville Herald-Citizen, newspaper,
enabled the Oracle staff to move compo-
sition work to the Oracle oH'ice from a
commercial print shop. Other equip-
ment, except a press, was purchased to
complete a print shop section.
Editors of the Oracle were given the
right to cover the Student Activities and
Welfare committee meetings through
the efforts of the committee chairman,
who also set restrictions on what the edi-
tors could report.
An editorial board of student editors
and other experienced reporters was es-
tablished. Meetings were held on Fri-
days after publication to discuss the com-
ing weekls issue and to make editorial-
The Oracle has received only one rating
below MA-Plus" during the past eight
years from the National School Newspa-
per Association. The Oracle is published
weekly by a staff of volunteer workers.
A special magazine section noting Engi-
neer's Day was published in February.
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Tech Slrydivers aitend the National Collegiate
Championship in Phoenix, Arizona.
Tommy James and the Shondells captivate the
Spring Fling audience with "Sweet Cherry Wine."
Neither rain, nor cold, nor a poor
sound system prevented Tech students
from participating in Spring Fling Week-
A street dance scheduled for Thursday
afternoon to ofiicially begin the weekend
was cancelled because of rain.
Thursday night approximately 4,000
students saw Sigma Chi win Grand Prize
in Carnicus for the "Highjacking." First
prize in the men's division Went to Alpha
Tau Omega. Phi Mu Won iirst prize
in the women's division.
Friday night, Tommy James and the
Shondells performed before an enthusias-
tic and thrilled audience, despite ampli-
Cumberland Mountain State Park in
Crossville was the site of the All-Campus
Picnic on Saturday. Food and fun were
the orders for the day. "Let yourself
go!" was taken literally by many.
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to get back to Tech for the Alumni-Var-
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ities some students find time to study.
Students try to hang on to the last fleeting mo-
ments ot spring.
To seniors of '70 spring is a sign that one phase of
their lives is nearing completion.
ATHLETE . . . Skill . . . practice . . .
determination to succeed . . .
THE GAME . . . BASEBALL . . . Barney
Dickey. . .100 hits. . . 20-I0-I . . .
TRACK . . . cinder track . . . Chilton
400-yard relay . . . TENNIS . . 20-2
OVC Championship . . . TIAC Champs
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FOOTBALL . . . Schreiber . . . 4421 . . .
Shinny-ninny . . . Great season . . .
5-5 . . . BASKETBALL . . . Inman's debut
at top . . . the year of BOSNAK . . .
cliyj'-hanger finishes . . . Kennon
and Evans-new for the F rosh . . .
ATHLETICS . . . excitement . . . fame
showmanship . . . FINALE . . .
Inexperience marks Eagles debut
A young Golden Eagle football team
opened the season against Northwestern
Louisiana State College in an explosively
offensive game. A total of 59 points
were scored and 805 yards of total of-
fense were marked up.
Tech played a tremendous first half.
Larry Schreiber began his senior year
rushing for two touchdowns and 181
yards in the first half, finishing the game
with 255 yards-an OVC single game
record. Tech went to the locker room
with a 24-14 edge.
The second half was dominated by
Northwestern as the Blue Devils plowed
through the Eagle defense, rolling up 263
rushing yards and scoring three touch-
downs. The Eagle offense managed only
8l total yards and was held scoreless.
Thus, the Eagles dropped a 35-24 deci-
sion in its first home game.
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O C opponent
Murray, Kentucky was the site of the
Eagles' next encounter and their first
OVC battle. The Eagles were anticipating
a heavy aerial attack. They were minus
ace pass defender, Jim Waddell, who suf-
fered a knee injury in practice.
However, the Eagles rose to the occa-
sion in an exciting sec-saw battle. The
first half saw Tech leading 14-7. ln the
second half, Murray tied the score, and
the sec-saw battle continued. With less
than two minutes remaining in the game,
Buddy Warwick, left corner back, pro-
vided the climax by intercepting a Mur-
ray pass. With 25 seconds remaining,
Larry Schreiber carried the ball six times
to score the winning touchdown.
This victory was a result of excellent
teamwork and individual performances.
Schreiber, Bill Swaggerty, Warwick and
James Husky were all cited by Coach
Wade for superb performances.
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Mistakes costly-Arkansas Wins
After the exhilarating victory over
Murray, the Eagles were ready to take on
nationally ranked Arkansas State.
However, the young and inexperienced
Eagles were unable to match their pre-
vious performance. Petty mistakes and a
fumbled punt late in the game allowed
the Indians to score and win 29-22.
Despite the loss, individuals continued
to shine. Steve Dennison earned Tech's
g'Back of the Week" honor for his two
touchdowns and a 52-yard kickoff return.
Jim Bishop was named top offensive line-
man for his six receptions and outstand-
ing blocking. David Francis received
"Top Defensive Backu for his six unas-
sisted tackles and a pass interception.
Larry Schreiber played his usual superb
game gaining 107 yards.
The Eagles continued to have their
problems the following week against East
Tennessee State University. The Eagles
offense completely broke down as Tech
fumbled four times leading to three Buc-
Bill Perkins, linebackerg David Francis,
defensive backg and Schreiber were cho-
sen as the outstanding players.
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after Western loss
Tech suffered its most crushing defeat
against the mighty Hilltoppers from
Western Kentucky. The Eagles were
trampled 42-O in a one-sided game that
left little praise for the team's overall per-
Defensive back Joe Mulvihill, tackle
John Chuy, guard Bill Swaggerty were
the only bright spots in an otherwise dis-
mal day as they each sparkled with excel-
The Young Eagles showed signs of ma-
turing with their next battle against More-
head as a new leader emerged to spark
the team. Scrappy Steve Alley, 5-I0
freshman quarterback, led a brilliant sec-
ond half attack completing five of six
passes for 123 yards. His leadership in-
spired both offense and defense to out-
standing performances as Tech defeated
Morehead 2l-6. Defensive end Doug
Lewey excelled in plugging gaps, and
safety Joe Mulvihill snared three timely
interceptions. The entire defensive unit
was outstanding in containing the More-
Sparkplug Steve Ailey hurls one of the six passes
he attempted against Morehead.
Seniors Larry Schreiber, J. R. Mulvihill and Steve
Dennison meet the challengers.
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Confidence shown in defeating UC
With the confidence of a jelling defense
and a potential aerial threat to comple-
ment the consistent rushing game, the re-
vived Eagles travelled to Chattanooga.
This confidence was matched by the
team's splendid performance in defeating
the Moccasins 23-11.
Schreiber gained 203 yards making him
the seventh player in collegiate history to
gain 4000 yards. Buddy Warwick was
named top defensive player for his fine
defensive play. Also cited were Bill Per-
kins, Jim Bishop and John Trainor.
The Eagles, despite a solid overall ef-
fort from the defense, were unable to
handle Eastern Kentucky. Tech man-
aged only one touchdown in losing 17-7.
Defensive back Jim Waddell, and tac-
kle David Berryhill were given defensive
honors, and fullback Dale Woodard and
center Paul Macolly merited offensive
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6 points scored against A SU
Eagles Marty Jenkins 1861. John Matlock i8li and
Mike Defino U91 prepare a bruising tackle.
On a windy and snowy homecoming af-
ternoon, the Tech Eagles were ready to
meet the challenge of Austin Peay.
Although the crowd was freezing, the
weather only served as impetus to the
With eight minutes remaining in the
first half, quarterback Ailey entered the
game and led Tech to its first touchdown.
He emerged the second half to engineer a
96-yard scoring drive, highlighted by
Schreiber rushing to mid-field and a sur-
prise 45-yard bomb to end Terry Weber.
Thereafter, the game belonged to Tech.
The Eagles put their highest score on the
board in 19 years-56.
A converted defensive back won the
"Offensive Back" award, as senior Grady
Brown did an outstanding job at blocking
in his new position at fullback. He led
45 plays and scored a touchdown.
John Trainor was again voted top of-
fensive lineman. Linebacker Bill Per-
kins was given the defensive award for
his two interceptions and Hiiawless line-
backinf' Ron Slaven merited defensive
honors for his interception and .fumble
recovery. Bill Swaggerty was also hon-
ored for his hard hitting and superior
Defensive back Ron Slaven pursues APSU's All- -
American candidate Harold Roberts.
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Tech's homecoming was marred only
by the unfortunate injury to the irreplace-
able Larry Schreiber. Before his injury,
Schreiber gained 219 yards against the
Governors. Schreiber ended his collegi-
ate career with 4,421 total yards as well
as numerous other records.
However thc teammates who contrib-
uted to the success of Schreiber also rose
to the challenge of assisting Roger Hill.
Against Middle Tennessee State Uni-
versity, the Eagles exhibited perfect
teamwork. The Eagles trailed 7-0 for a
short time, but poised quarterback Ailey
and end Bishop combined for the tying
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for the remainder of the game.
lnterceptions by Huskey and Perkins sti-
tied possible Raider scoring threats. As
time ran out, Tech was credited with a
Schreiber was named OVC Player of
the Year as well as Little All-American.
Bill Swaggerty and J. R. Mulvihill were
also named to the All-OVC Team. Re-
ceiving honorable mention were Jim Bish-
op and Perkins.
Thus. the young Eagles grew from in-
experienced and sometimes erratic indi-
viduals to a poised and mature team.
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MTSU Thanksgiving Day.
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Northwestern La. 24 35
Murray State 28 2l
Arkansas State 22 29
East Tennessee State 7 30
Western Kentucky 0 42
Morehead 21 6
UT Chattanooga 23 ll
Eastern Kentucky 7 17
Austin Peay 56 20
Middle Tennessee 2l 7
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ushing blow to a MTSU
Eagles fly to
After u promising start, winning their
hrst three games, Teeh's basketball Ea-
gles began to lose. their magic touch.
They lost four of their next five, and from
then on the Eagles had to light to prevent
a losing season.
Their battle was in vain, however, as
the Eagles dropped six of their last seven
games. All six losses were in OVC con-
tentiong thus, the eagemen ended the sea-
son with a 4-l0 mark in the OVC, and a
IO-I5 overall record,
After leading a 'fast brealr, Bill Bland tires a hook
shot over a Chattanooga defender.
fast startg Win s cut later
Leading scorer Art Bosnalr tosses in another two
points against Austin Peay.
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eniors shine with sophomores? support
Seven-footer Art Bosnak, the tallest
player in Tech history, emerged as the
team's leading scorer with 388 points on
a 15.5 point average per game. Bosnak
ranked in the top three in the OVC with a
50.9 shooting percentage from the field.
Following Bosnak in scoring honors
was sophomore Rich Stone who compiled
364 points for his first varsity season.
Stone, in the forward position, captured
the rebounding honors with an average of
10.5 per game.
Captain Ron Sutton completed his var-
sity eareer with a game average of 13.5
Another sophomore, Dan Furlong, in
his varsity debut, pleased the fans in
demonstrating his ability to lead the team.
Senior guards Bill Bland, John Carmi-
chael and Bob Chapman ended their col-
legiate careers with game averages of 8.7,
6.4 and 4.3 respectively.
Although the record indicates a poor
season, the fans enjoyed exciting and
tense moments as the Eagles participated
in many tight games including two over-
times, and four games won by a margin of
less than two points.
points. Sutton averaged 10.2 game re-
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rim for an Eagle score.
Basketball team: Kneeling-Bob Chapman, Dan Art Bosnak, Ernie Hemmerly Ron Sutton Head
Furlong, Bill Bland, John Carmichael, Butch Coach Connie lnman, and athlete d rector Hoope
Wheeler. Standing-Coach Stan Evans, Bill Ken- Eblen.
non, Rich Stone, Ed Kovach. Maury Schwegman,
West Georgia 112
Virginia Commonwealth 88
Trinity University 88
Texas CAr1ingtonJ 98
Western Michigan 76
Western Kentucky 70
Murray State 78
Austin Peay 90
Morehead State 75
Eastern Kentucky 94
Pan American 82
Murray State 70
Western Kentucky 64
Austin Peay 90
Eastern Kentucky 80
"You should see the other guy' moans the
downed Maury Schwegman
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long carefully prepares to 'cake his free ihrow. . .
the 88-88 tie. . .
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Ed Kovaclc snafches a rebound from the grasp of
an ETSU player.
Youn Eagles suffer from grovvin pains
Tech's freshman basketball team,
coached by Stan Evans, was burdened by
lack of height and depth all season.
Steve Ledford, a 6-5 center, was the
team's tallest player. Diminutive Tom
Baker, 5-11, opened the season at for-
ward before giving way to 6-3 Quinton
Fox. Rick Llewellen, 6-4, was the other
member of the front line.
Four members of the team had scoring
averages in double figures. Wayne Pack
led the team with an average of 16.3
points per game and Llewellen averaged
13.9. Following close behind Lewellen
was Ledford with an average of 12.8
counters per contest. Rounding out the
quartet in double figures was Fox who
tallied 11.3 points per game. Rebounding
laurels went to Steve Ledford who pulled
down 141 for the season.
The frosh players, like the varsity, re-
ceived valuable experience as they were
involved in many close games, despite the
3-12 season record.
Curt Janney tiptoes the line as he tries to save the
ball from going out of bounds.
ts I against the MTSU Raid-
s es Q man.
Strength shown in pitching, running
Strong pitching, aggressive baserunning,
and timely hitting. helped the Eagles pro--
duce a successful 20-10-1 season record.
Although Techis team batting average
was a meager .264, the hit-and-run, the
stolen base, and the squeeze play were ef-
fective weapons employed by head coach
Ron Bargatze to produce the 130 runs
scored by Tech. This also compensated
for the Eagles' deficiency in power hit-
ting. Tech baserunners stole 47 bases
while holding their opponents to only 13,
The superb pitching corps provided an
unexpected lift throughout the entire sea-
son. Techis team earned run average
was a 2.71 as compared with the 4.07
compiled by the opposing teams. Eagle
pitching shutout the opposing teams six
times during the season while Tech was
held scoreless only twice.
A belligerent weatherman caused a
fantastic 23 rainouts including three im-
portant OVC games. After a mid-season
slump which saw Tech lose five consecu-
tive conference games, the Eagle team
jelled. Tech embarked on a nine-game
winning streak and began to see visions of
the OVC championship.
But the rains came.
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were Over' The Eagles Hnished third in MVP Wayne Turner slams another double.
Eastern division of the OVC with a 4-5
Eagle pitching strikes again as Tech sweeps a
doubleheader 'from Belmont.
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home plate after hitting a homerun.
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of the play at the plate.
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turned in sparkling performances on the
field contributing to the successful base-
Wayne Turner, voted the Most Valu-
able Player by Tech coaches, played in
every game. The versatile outfielder and
first baseman compiled a .359 batting
average and led the team with 17 runs
batted in. Turner ended his Tech career
by smacking two homeruns in his last
Barney Dickey completed his four
years at Tech with 100 hits, a Tech,rec-
ord, and batting .329. Also sparkling
with the bat was Jerry Reasonover with a
.368 average leading the squad with 35
Larry Smith was a menace on the bases
using his speed to steal 10 bases in 10 at-
tempts, enabling him to score 20 runs, the
best on the team. Bill Field led in home-
runs by belting three.
The pitchers also had their share of
glory with Rab Malcolm and Ron Dicker-
son leading the way. Malcolm, the team
workhorse, appeared in 10 games and
posted a 6-2 record with two shutouts.
He led the team in strikeouts with 74 in
the 5416 innings he pitched. The lowest
ERA of 1.73 belonged to Ron Dickerson
for nine games with two shutouts.
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Pensacola Navy 3-3, 3-5 K M fr 'lll 1 y
Wayne State 1-0, 6-8 ' 'Q 1 H 4
East Tennessee State 2-1, 2-3 P,
Belmont 13-4, 7-1 ,
Millikin 8-Y A ii
Middle Tennessee State 5-3, 3-0
Columbia State Jr. College 0-1, 4-0
University of Tennessee 0-3, 5-0 pm
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10 or more times at bat
Roy, Bill 16 .375
Reasonover, Jerry 95 .368
Turner, Wayne 78 .359
Dickey, Barney 76 .329
Norris, Jim 32 .281
Smith, Larry 74 .270
Field, Bill 73 .233
Wesche, Joe 78 .218
Bryant, Terry 14 .214
Malcolm, Rab 19 .211
Maclin, Bill 39 .205
Irby, Morris 25 .200
Wiles, Emerson 79 .177
Adams, Joe 344 .176
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phens, Coach Tom Hatfield. Row 2-Ron Diclrer- Doug Hamilton. Row 3-Coach Ron Bargatze, Bill Hagemann.
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Tech's track and field team posted an
8-0 dual season record bettering any pre-
vious season. All eight victories were de-
cisive, and in four of the eight victories,
the Eagles more than doubled the op-
In addition to the outstanding season
record, the team set 13 school records.
The first school record to fall was the
220-yard dash. Fred Muench lowered
the dash record to 21.6. In the same
meet, the team of Ron Humphrey, Glen
Loper, Mike Simpson and Fred Muench
set a new 440-yard relay time of 41.9.
The next day Jim Pearson added his
name to the record books with a time of
38.2 in the intermediate hurdles.
Although track records were falling
fast, the field events were close behind as
Kent Buckley recorded a vault of
But the day of the records was yet to
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come as six records fell in a period of one
week. School marks were shattered in
the two-mile relay, the distance medley,
the discus throw, the 440-intermediate
hurdles, the three-mile run and the sprint
During the remainder of the season two
additional track records and one field rec-
ord were set. Bill Boatman edged the
old 880-yard dash record to l:53.7 while
the mile relay teamxcut .2 seconds from
the old time of 3217.3 In field events
Roy Jones threw the shot-put for an extra
foot to set a new school record.
In tournament action, however, the Ea-
gles failed to continue with their winning
streak. In the OVC championships Tech
finished fifth. After this disheartening de-
feat, the trackmen faired much better in
the TIAC meet by placing second. A
second place position was also captured
in the Blue Raider Relays.
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Kent Buckley clears the bar with ease.
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TRACK AND FIELD
Taylor 103 W -40W
Fisk 92 -49
David Lipscomb 92 -40
Wheaton 103 -39
Cumberland 92 -5 1
Austin Peay 101 -41
Middle Tennessee 78 -66
Vanderbilt 92W -51W
Tournaments and Relays:
OVC-5th of 8 teams
TICA-2nd of 7 teams
Blue Raider Relays-2nd of 8 teams
Tech scores listed first
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pivots and tosses the shot for a near record-breaking effort.
Track team: Row I-Jack Lanier, Dimitrios Frago- Humphrey, Jerry Maurice, Paul Gibson, Ed Hearn, Fred Maurice, Mike Myers, Terry Heverly, Bart
poulos, Robert Bergeron, Kent Buckley, Glen Mike Simpson, Jim Pearson. Row 3-Ted Beverly, Freedman, Roy Jones.
Loper, Mark Walker, Mark Shillito. Row 2-Ron V
hiltongs thinlies post Winning season
The Tech cross country team, led by
Coach Tom Chilton, began the 1969 sea-
son by winning the first six meets before
falling prey to Cumberland College.
Thereafter, the Eagles were able to
win only two of the remaining six meets.
They suffered defeats in meets with West-
ern Kentucky, the University of Tennes-
see, and East Tennessee.
In tournament action Tech placed sixth
of eight teams, fifth of nine teams in the
Western Kentucky Invitational, and sec-
ond of live teams in the Tennessee Inter-
collegiate Conference. However, Tech,
competing with six other teams, won the
Jim Pearson, Marli Shillito and Jack
Lanier turned in excellent performances
throughout the season. Pearson ran first
in six meets and placed in eight other
meets. Shillito captured first four times
while placing in seven others. One first
was awarded to Lanier as well as places
in eight other meets.
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Golfers have disappointin season
The golf team had a disappointing
season with five victories and nine de-
The golfers began the season with
promise by winning the first two matches
against Belmont and David Lipscomb.
They then dropped four straight, and for
the remainder of the season could not re-
gain their previous winning form.
Jim Alexander, averaging 77 and Phil
Kelly at 76.8 led the golfers. Alexander
had a 9-3-2 record and Kelly won eight
and lost six.
David Lipscomb 21-9
Austin Peay 2-16
Georgia State 5M-12W
University of South 5 13
David Lipscomb 23-7
Western Kentucky 370-356
- , Murray State 9M-11W
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Dewey Thrasher, Coach Bobby Nichols.
Dewey Thrasher and Darnell Balmer gaze with disbe-
lief as the ball lands on the green.
Bill DeWees lreeps his eyes on the ball as he fol-
lows through with his swing.
Ware pilots tennis flight to O C crown
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lent leadership of Coach Larry Ware,
rolled up an impressive 20 victories en-
route to capturing its first OVC crown.
Its 20-2 record was the finest in Techls
The Tech netters were defeated only
by Western Kentucky by a score of 4-5,
and by Murray State by the same score.
However, they did bounce back to defeat
Western Kentucky by that same score.
Outstanding individual performances
were given by Larry Barr, Robbie Beer-
man, Lester Brown, Ritchie Carpenter,
Jim Misner, Steve Lynn and Macky Ma-
Mahon. Barr, Brown and Misner took
the OVC singles championship, while the
Brown-Gary Burris team won the doubles
Not only did Tech win its first OVC,
but it became the first Tennessee team to
be OVC tennis champions. Ware was
honored as Tennessee's first OVC tennis
coach of the year.
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Lakeland Tennis Club 9-0
Bowling Green COhioJ 6-2
Wayne' State 9-O
David Lipscomb 9-0
Memphis State 6-3
University of South 9-0
Western Kentucky 4-5
Western Kentucky 5-4
Murray State 4-5
Middle Tennessee 7-2
Austin Peay 9-0
Middle Tennessee 9-0
East Tennessee 8-1
Eastern Kentucky 7-2
Morehead State 9-0
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Eagles enter state soccer league
The Tech soccer team, in its third year,
enjoyed another successful season.
Player-coach Guenther Dietz led his team
to a 4-1-1 slate.
Since becoming coach three years ago,
Dietz has had three winning seasons and
has brought his group into the Tennessee
Intercollegiate Soccer League. First
league games are set for the fall of 1970.
Tech defeated its first two opponents,
Peabody and Bryan, and then tied Van-
derbilt. Its only loss came at the hands
of Carson-Newman. Tech ended the
season strongly by winning its last three
Dimitrios Fragapoulos and Willie
Flores were the team's leading scorers.
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John Buchheister. Tom Topping, Dimitrios Frago- Johnny Gregory, Hugo Leon, Lorenzo Font. Row 3 Galariz, and Guenther Dietz.
Individuals lead rifle team success
The successful rifle team fired its way
to a 4-1-2 intercollegiate record. Tech
also enjoyed success in tournament action
with individuals winning many awards.
The team is coached by MSG Charles
Gibson and the advisor is Major Joe
Allen. Randy Schwartz, All-American
last year, is the team's captain.
The team of Randy Schwartz, Ray
Carter, Robert Aylward, and James Van
Cleave established a national record at
the Annual Volunteer Outdoor Interna-
tional Smallbore Rifle Tournament. This
team tired 240 shots on a 50 meter firing
range with a score of 2356. In the Ten-
nessee Invitational Match. Tech broke
seven national records.
In the Atomic City Tournament at Oak
Ridge, Ray Carter fired a sensational 792
out of 800 to win first place in the indi-
vidual civilian collegiate category. Team-
mate Jim Kock fired close behind with
790 to win first place in the civilian col-
Bob Kincaid uses the kneeling position as he aims
for the target.
Frank Van Cleave, in the prone position, tries for
ATU Donnie Sharp rung for 5 Qguchdgwn dupig, The weaker sex demonstrates the luclung technique
TKE purguerg, In a warmup before the game
Intramurals-everyone's game ....
From the start of fall quarter until the
last days of spring, a great majority of
Techls students participate in the intra-
Under the direction of Coach Ray
Drost, intramurals have been expanded to
include more than 10 sports, including
ping pong, tumbling and handball.
Since the number allowed in varsity
competition is limited, intramurals pro-
vide each student the opportunity to com-
pete, exercise and win.
Incorporated into the intramural pro-
gram, the inter-fraternity league gave stiff
competition. Sigma Phi Epsilon came
out on top in a close race for first in touch
football. However, Alpha Tau Omega
ran away with the basketball champion-
ship. Softball also went to the ATQS.
Maclcy McMahon attempts a bucket the hard way
as ATQ plays the Tech Eaglettes.
Hoping for control of the ball, Jackie Laxton
leaps to tip the ball to her teammates.
Peggy Simpson dribbles in for a layup against Bel-
mont in the season opener.
with 5-7 season
Tech extramural Eaglettes had a disap-
pointing 5-7 season. They lost the sea-
son opener to Belmont. However, the
Eaglettes gained revenge the next week
by beating the University of Tennessee.
Perhaps the most enjoyable game the
Eaglettes participated in was the Alpha
Tau Omega-Eaglette matchup. ATQS
wore boxing gloves to give the Eaglettes
an edge. However, the fraternity still
managed to defeat the girls.
The Eaglettes placed third in the Ten-
nessee Tech Invitational Tournament de-
feating UT Martin and Hiawassee.
Jackie Laxton, Peggy Simpson and
Alice Dalton paced the team in scoring.
Kathie Butler was the leading rebounder.
The coach is Marynell Meadors. She
also coached the Tech Women's Volley-
ball State Champions.
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NATIONALS . . . Installations . . .
Charters . . . Brotherhood . . .
Hoddy toddy SAE's . . . Go-0-o KO
Walnut . . . the Red Door . . .
Steve Desirey . . . ISC . . .
Rush teas . . . ASA and the
red and white . . . Slumber
parties ? of Zeta . . . Tri-
Sigs . . . THE SMART ONES. . .
ADPI's Roaring 20's . . .
The Pink Ladies . . .
UMOC and All-Sing . . .
Keystone Kapers . . . Lambda
Chi's on Oct. 3If . . . DTD's
Tug o' War . . . GREEKS
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A A l'I s provide
With the open motto "We live for each
other," each A.xII strives to improve her-
self, her sisters and her school through
work and compromise. However, this
sisterhood does not keep 'its enthusiasm
bottled within itself, but radiates its good-
will outward into the community at large.
The Amis visit elderly people's homes
and underprivileged schools in the local
area and help to aid poor families in Put-
nam County. They made Easter baskets
for underprivileged children in Knoxville
last spring. As another service project
this fall, the sisters kidnapped the frater-
nity presidents at Thanksgiving and held
them captive until their fraternity
brothers came up with the ransom-
canned foods for underprivileged families
in the area.
The AA1'I's musical skit placed second
in last spring's Carnicus. They also
placed in KQ's Chapeau Jour. Winter
quarter, the group sponsored the Best
Dressed Greek contest.
Needy families benefit from the swapping of Greek
presidents for baskets of food by AAU.
The sisters of AATI participate in one of the
time favorite money-raising projects of spring.
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in KS2's Chapeau Jour.
as active members
of Creek system
Since becoming a national colony in
March of 1969, AEA has been working
busily and successfully toward that ideal
sorority image for which all Greek sisters
Spring quarter, the AEAs outran
enough men in the black derbies to take
second place in KQ's Chapeau Jour. The
next weekend the group ran the track
again in ATQ's Keystone Kapers.
Highlighting fall quarter was the sis-
ters' installation as a national chapter of
AEA on Oct. 11. The weekend was filled
with dinners, socials and teas honoring
the new chapter. Mary Goeke, national
president, installed the women at the
First United Methodist Church.
All-Sing, a favorite activity, was enthu-
siastically supported by AEA. Their
Carnicus skit was a hilarious take off on
AEA were avid fans of Greek activities
as well as organizers of service projects.
Under the direction of John Balmer, AEAs practice
for the third annual All-Sing.
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A comical skit by Kls entertained their dates and K.Xs back Eagles in their successful attempt for
guests at a spring quarter party. a homecoming victory.
K A S recognized
With their installation, Kappa Delta
became the second national sorority at
Tech. This ceremony marked the start
of an activity-filled quarter.
Kas were active in all events spon-
sored by the ASB and Panhellenic. The
sisters' "Little Red Wagon" gave moral
support to the Eagles in the Homecoming
An annual project of the group is a
spaghetti supper. The money raised
from this activity is used for philanthro-
py and boosting the treasury.
Well known to the other students on
campus, Kas had one Homecoming at-
tendcnt, ROTC Brigade Sponsor and the
Honor Dorm assistant head resident.
The talented Kappa Deltas placed third
in All-Sing. Another well-deserved honor
came to this sorority when it received the
Panhellcnic scholarship trophy.
Alice Maddux and Margaret Hughes accept the
Panhellenic scholarship award for their sorority.
Zetais take U1 mpics nd straight year
Cooperation, spirit and togetherness
were the watchwords for the ZTAS as they
participated enthusiastically in KQ's Cha-
peau Jour, the Homecoming Olympics
and other competitive events. Their ef-
fort was well rewarded with the first place
trophy in the Chapeau Jour competition.
Having gotten under way with rush
highlighted by a "mod partyf' the ZTA's
social calendar continued with visits to
the different fraternities on campus. The
sisters agreed that these informal gather-
ings offer a welcome respite in the some-
what trying course of academic life.
The Zetas also enjoyed following the
Eagles and cheering them on to victory.
Emphsis is not confined, however, to ath-
letics and academics. A year would not
be complete without a formal winter ball
on which the girls worked hard.
But a sorority is service as well as so-
cial. The contributions of the ZTAS
were exemplified by a helping hand in the
Zetas battle Tri-Sigs for points in KQ's Chapeau
Jour in the spring.
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A spirited Zeta, Pam White, gives enthusiastic sup-
port to the Golden Eagles.
Nancy Dickerson, Linda Keith and Jenny Spann
hang posters promoting the Blood Mobile drive.
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After the hustle and bustle of rush, the
E325 channeled their energies into
Homecoming, supporting the Eagles in
the parade and at the game. They also
entered enthusiastically into the Home-
coming Olympics and came out a second
At Christmas, the sisters spent hours
making and decorating stockings which
they lilled and gave the fraternities in a
gesture of goodwill to make the season
bright. They also had a wonderful time
Christmas-caroling, and they especially
enjoyed giving a Christmas party for an
ln February the ills held their annual
chili supper. Part of their earnings
helped to sponsor a beautiful winter for-
mal dance. ln the spring the sisters held
their Founder's Day Banquet and partici-
pated in K!2's Chapeau Jour and Carni-
Ellis turn out in full force to welcome their new
pledges spring quarter.
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Since becoming a chapter of Phi Mu in
October, this sisterhood has been an asset
to the community as well as to the Tech
campus. Their help has been given to
the March of Dimes, bloodmobile drive
fI1M's favorite philanthropy was the
Cookeville Senior Citizens' Center where
their efforts were as entertaining as they
Always on hand when competitive
spirit permeates the Greek system, flfltls
took the Hrst place trophy in ATS2,S Key-
stone Kapers. Other top honors included
first in Carnicus and All-Sing in the soror-
"Turn about is fair play"-so the fbMs
sponsored Lion's Roar for all fraternity
men. The competition was keen, and the
CDM Lion, Peggy Arnett, kept the spirits
A popular group on campus, the QDMS
had Homecoming queen, class beauties,
ROTC sponsors and fraternity sweet-
Phi Mus cheer on their contestant in the penny
hunt during Keystone Kapers.
Brenda Blackwood and Becky Holliman play cards
at the Cookeville Senior Citizens Center.
Mary Ann Hamilton, 'l'Nl's pledge president, pre-
sents an Easter basket to 'PAH Steve Deslrey.
Keystone Kapers sparks
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stone Kapers-crazy games for sororities Early one evening, 336 Peachtree was i Q 'gpyig g. Zgg
-on the quad. swarming with beautiful women. The
During Spring Fling, ATQS won the ATQS were going to select 20 Litde Sis- .t,' sl- . 'C lle T
fraternity division in Carnicus. Their pa- ters from this group. Chosen on the ,Y "l- l tip
triotic skit with hand-painted backdrops basis of beauty, personality and "love" of i
was a highlight of the festivities. ATS2, the women were led by the fra- 772 V' iiiiiifiil if Nli
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other areas, too. Their national project
is help-week projects. They added to the
work toward improving the Greek system
and keeping the competitive spirit high.
ATQ lion shows the judges he's straight from the
jungle in fIPM's Lion's Roar.
Zero weather did not daunt A'l'Q's efforts in build- Keystone Kaper's Chief of Police, Bot: Paris,
ing an original Homecoming house decoration. cheeks statistics with an official.
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Delts TV coverage
ATA is well known for its participation
in philanthropy projects. They have lent
a helping hand to TTU-VISTA.
National coverage over NBC helped pub-
licize their efforts.
Their other philanthropies include
helping with the annual March of Dimes
and the Heart Fund Drive.
Intramurals are a popular portion of
the ATA format. The Delts enjoy pitting
their natural athletic abilities against
those of other fraternities. They also
carried the competitive spirit into Spring
Fling by sponsoring a Tug of War and a
chariot race. In the Lion's Roar competi-
tion, the ATAs took second place.
Delts, since their beginning in the
Spring of 1967, have worked hard to im-
prove in all the areas of Greek life. By
working closely with the other groups on
campus, Delts have helped keep the sys-
tem well-organized and closely knit.
Their enthusiasm helps assure the contin-
uance and growth of fraternities at Tech.
Cleaning house is a major chore for two Dells, Don
Conner and Jerry Stallford.
Delts Tug of War gave fraternities the chance to
douse in the mudhole their favorite rivals.
KE Techis first
May 2, 1969, Kappa Sigma became
Tech's first chartered national fraternity.
Spring quarter it also boasted the largest
pledge class ever on this campus.
Active in all phases of campus and
Greek life, KES sought to improve the
Greek image of Tech through its many
worthwhile service projects. One of their
most funfilled endeavors was the KE
carnival complete with a Ferris wheel.
Recognition for scholarship came fall
quarter when KE was awarded the IFC
Cookeville mayor Bobby Davis recogniies KZ as
the first national fraternity on campus.
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Harlan Whitley operates one of the rides at the
annual KZ spring carnival.
President Don Freeman lleftl receives the charter F - -
, riday morning colifee at 525 N. Walnut helps pro-
of KaPPa Mu chapter of RE' mote good fraternity-sorority relations.
AXA and ZTA co-sponsor a haunted house on
Halloween for underprivileged children.
at haunted house
Fall quarter Lambda Chis made the
big switch-from N. Willow to Dixie.
Following the move, they co-sponsored
with ZTA a haunted house on Halloween.
In the spirit of the true Greek, the
brothers of AXA entertained the women
of the six social sororities at Wednesday
night coke parties.
Enthusiastic supporters of the Greek
system, Lambda Chis participated in
All-Sing and Ugliest Man On Campus.
Larry Schreiber receives AXA publicity and sup-
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EAE's main efforts this year were di-
rected toward raising the-money to meet
national requirements for installation.
This they did mostly through demolition
projects and car washes.
However, the brothers did find time for
service projects. They helped in the
Bloodmobile and participated in the
Heart Fund Drive.
Along with their weekend parties, the
EAES sponsored successfully their annual
Luau and also a ski trip.
EAE KZFIPAI never miss an opportunity to show
their support for the Eagles.
A pep parade gives 2AEs a chance to ride with
pretty girls and support Coach Wade.
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Faye Barton and Pam Knox give instructions to
their Sig Ep Lion's Roar team.
Victorious Sig Eps paint the final score on A'l'O's
door-the privilege of winners.
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ugliest man at Tech
After becoming a national chapter of
2111111 in September, the f'Big Redn started
out the year on top by capturing the IFC
The Thanksgiving day game found not
only Tech victorious over Middle Ten-
nessee, but also the Sig Eps, as they
rolled over the Kappa Sigs of MTSU to
win the intramural football title between
the two schools.
ln Homecoming activities, one of the
Sig Ep brothers received the dubious
honor of 'tUgliest Man on Campusf'
Every month the fraternity has a guest
speaker during dinner at the house.
They also have each one of the sororities
for dinner once during the quarter.
Whether throwing a brother in the
swamp after having pinned his girl or
partying at the house, the Sig Eps enjoy
Ep's never enter competition without their
TKE s sponsor Boy Scout troop
The TKES, with the motto t'Ya Gotta
Wanna," have actively supported athlet-
ics at Tech by following the Eagles on
away games and also by winning the cov-
eter "Spirit Stickv award.
The brothers have also won two
straight firsts in the Homecoming parade
float competition. Further to their credit,
they have two members of the All-Amer-
ican rifle team.
The fraternity had the privilege this
year of installing a new chapter of TKE
at Middle Tennessee, making a total of
five chapters in the OVC. These chap-
ters work together to make the brother-
hood of TKE truly national.
The TKES also sponsor an active Boy
Scout troop, supplying leadership and
friendship on hikes and camping trips.
TKE's serenade their sweetheart at their installa-
Glen Draper starts the celebration at TK
A wet Howard Clark shows TKE spirit at
tug 'o war.
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Homecoming injects its own special
form of adrenalin into the main artery of
the Greek system. For the first time
since rush, the spirit of competition runs
rampant, and imaginative displays of
grandiose dimension emerge overnight.
For the EXS, winner of the off-campus
housing decoration for three consecutive
years, it has been a combination of the
fraternity's most creative minds and their
pledges, ability to survive without sleep
that has transformed their house into a
However, the EX's list of firsts does
not stop here. The brothers carried off
the largest trophy in sIvM's Lion's Roar
and won the grand prize in the Carnicus
skit competition for their humorous pro-
duction entitled "The Hijackingf,
The Sig house still echoes with the
feminine frolics of last year's highly suc-
cessful Chapeau Jour. The girls involved
are eager again to search for Sig derbies
in this year's t'Derby Day."
Among their other interests, the EXS
are always ready to have a party.
Whether it be a weekend bash at the
house after the week's mounting pres-
sures or a generous Halloween party for
the appreciative children of Happy
Haven, the brothers always have a good
Support for KSZ's Chapeau Jour Comes from un- EXS entertain children al: Happy Haven with Hal-
Tech's Phi Delts honor Dr. F. Story Musgrove, U. S.
astronaut, a member of QA9 at Syracuse.
The three-legged race is easy for Rick Pearson and
Buddy Anderson in Lion's Roar.
CI? Qs look for ugliest mang
flaw was chartered at Tech on May
9, 19693 at by the end of the spring quar-
ter, members had a scholastic average
higher than any other Tech fraternity.
In the fall, the brothers sponsored the
Ugliest Man on Campus contest, giving
the proceeds to a needy family in Mon-
terey for a special Christimas. The Phi
Phi Delts and friends work to finish their house
decoration for Homecoming.
Delts also won third place in oil-campus
homecoming decorations, and presented
the third annual All-Sing, "Songs of the
Fun for the CIJAGS included a week-
end in New Orleans during the Mardi
Gras and visiting other Phi Delt chapters
in the state.
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Wifi' A S iQf foundation, the Interfraternity and Pan-
hellenic councils worked toward making
thc system strong at Tech.
Steve Dcsirey took the reins of the IFC
from his flute brother, Mickey Rabon.
Working with the other members of the
council, he has encouraged the expansion
of all the groups.
Panhellenic was officially started winter
quarter. After successful, informal fall
and formal winter rushes, the sororities
. planned late-year activities.
In cooperation with The Knook, Pan-
hellenic sponsored a fashion show for
prospective rushees. Models were mem-
bers of sororities.
With the unwritten theme that the
Greeks need Tech just as Tech needs the
Greeks, the councils cooperated with the
administration toward making both Tech
and the Greek system the best in the
The IFC gavel is passed from one QA9, Mielrey vice-president: Mike Stewart, secretary and Frank
Rabon, to another, Steve Desirey. Phil Loftis, Leuther, treasurer loolr on.
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Bonnie Ferrill, Margaret Hughes and Marcia Pear-
son. Row 2-Loralee Reuther, Jo Carole Hix,
Wanda Floyd, Patsy Hoss and Pam White.
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place winner, GPM, sings in public programs.
Phi Mu and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
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"Songs of the Seasons," theme of the r
1970 fD.xc-J All-Sing, was a sellout.
Emceed by Grady Nutt, a nationally-
known humorist, the evening featured
songs, funny stories, and tears. ,
"It was a very good yearv for BAE as
they won All-Sing for the second consec-
utive year. Under the direction of Jim
Graves and Gene Johns, the SAE lions
became the first group to place every year
in this event.
Love, a favorite song theme, brought
a victory to the slilll lionesses. 'Felix
Hoots, their director, collaborated with
Herb Bingham to write the hrst of the
slllll songs, "Seasons of My Love."
Second and third places in the mcn's
division were won by Kappa Sigma and
Sigma Phi Epsilon, respectively. Alpha
Delta Pi and Kappa Delta took these
honors in the women's division.
No season, nor beautiful song, was
overlooked while the groups prepared
for All-Sing. Beautiful costumes, special
lighting effects and competitive spirit
made All-Sing outstanding.
Proud directors Jim Graves and Gene Johns dis-
play the trophies EAE has won in All-Sing.
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A favorite election for the fraternities
was the selection of their sweethearts.
Nominations by the members were voted
on by the group. The sweethearts and
their courts served as the fraternities'
ofhcial hostesses for all social events.
Several fraternities had little sister or-
ganizations. The sweethearts served as
presidents of these groups.
ZTAQ EAE have
Alpha Delta Pi's first annual Best
Dressed Greek contest and dance was
held winter quarter.
Each fraternity and sorority entered
one member. Plaques were awarded to
the winners in the men's and women's
Doris Stockstill of ZTA won the
women's division. Her after-five cos-
tume was a long, pink, sequined pants
suit. A perky plaid culottes ensemble
was her choice for the campus wear cate-
1AH's entrant, Colin Masters, won the
men's division. He selected the currently
popular mod-colored shirt-tie combina-
tion. Colin's unique blend of styles and
colors made him a winner.
KE was awarded the dance door prize.
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ballots . . . winners . . .
HOMECOMING . . . Queen Marcia . .
Kathy . . l Loralee . . . Gayle
ROTC Sponsors . . . Martha Brown . . .
CLASS BEAUTIES . . . Kathy and Trish . . .
Pam and Nancy . . . 3 for Juniors . . .
Vicki and Linda . . . HONORS . . . Who's
Who . . . Mary Evans . . . Sue Moser . .
Ronnie Sharp . . . EAGLE Honor Society . . .
??? . . . POPULARITY AND PERSONALITY . . .
Martha and Freddie . . . Marilyn and
Larry . . . Steve and Io . . . Top
FRESHMEN . . . Richard and Debbie . .
CONGRATULATIONS . . .
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Economics Ronald Harris. Math
Ron Henry, Chemistry
Sherry Blanchard, Secondary Education, French
Sue Moser, Secondary Education. Math
Who is Who Among Students
5 superior students represent Tech
Thirty-tive Tech students were named
this year to Who's Who Among Students
in American Colleges and Universities.
They come from both the junior and sen-
ior classes. These students excel in all
phases of the college environment. They
are those elite who expend their energies
not only for personal improvement but
also for service to their school.
They are selected on the basis of ex-
cellence in scholarship, leadership, par-
ticipation in extra-curricular activities,
citizenship, service to the college and
promise of usefulness to business and
These students are selected by a com-
mittee of faculty from the various
schools, the Activities and Welfare Com-
mittee and students.
Not pictured are Barry Woodcock, business educa-
tion: Samuel T. Allexander, secondary education
math: Phillip Wattwood, e n g i n e e r i n g science:
Nancy Davis, music educaiion.
John P. Hudson, Business Manager
Allen Ray, Marketing Mary Evans Secondary Education French
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Wanda Floyd, Elementary Education
Peggy Estes, Health and Physical Education
Susan Compton, Home Economics Joe Dooley, Engineering Science
John Moore, Business Management
Dianne Carver, Accounting
Richard Frounfelker, Engineering Science
Pat Gostel, Math
Steve Lynn, Industrial Engineering
Fred Hackney, lndusiriai Technology
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Tom Alexander, Matli
Ronald Sharp. Math
Carolyn Willeford, History
ueen Marcia Pearson is luck for
Marcia Pearson, a petit blue-eyed
blonde, was elected Homecoming queen
in a campus-wide election held early fall
quarter. She is a junior from Clinton
majoring in health and physical educa-
tion. Marcia is Panhellenic representa-
tive for Phi Mu.
Two women from each of the upper
classes were selected as members of the
court. Juniors were Loralee Reuther and
Gayle Rodgers. Kathy Wey and Jo Car-
ole Hix represented the seniors. Elected
in a campus-wide vote, the court assisted
Queen Marcia with her Homecoming
They were chosen on beauty, personal-
ity, charm and campus involvement.
Each added a lovely touch to "Follow the
Eagles--An Epic Voyagel'-this year's
Though the temperatures were near
freezing, the court smiled to the throngs
of persons gathered to see both the pa-
rade Saturday morning and the game that
afternoon which pitted the Eagles against
Austin Peay. Both the team and the
Homecoming court reigned in victory.
The coronation ceremonies were held
during halftime of the game. The
women wore full length velvet pants en-
sembles in different colors. The queen
and her court were escorted by members
of the Homecoming Committee.
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Education leads Honor Society
In 1958, the Tennessee Tech Eagle
staff set up a standard point system for
students based on active participation in
extracurricular activities and on academic
From this approved point system the
five most outstanding seniors are selected
and honored each year. Points are tal-
lied from the senior information sheets
filled out when senior pictures are taken.
In presenting the members of the Ten-
nessee Tech Honorary Society of Aca-
demic Achievement, the Eagle hopes to
promote scholastic excellence and to rec-
ognize the leading contributors to student
activities on Tech's campus.
The Eagle would like to congratulate
Martha Brown, Marilyn Edwards, Susan
Compton, Sue Moser and Wanda Floyd
for striving throughout their four years at
Tech to excel in the various aspects of
During her four years at Tech, Martha
has been active in school groups including
Kappa Delta, ROTC sponsor corps, Pan-
hellenic council, and the ASB Senate.
Marilyn has been Homecoming Queen,
Who's Who, ROTC sponsor, cheerleader,
president of Alpha Delta Pi and. a mem-
ber of Gold Circle.
Besides the Senate, Susan is a member
of Gold Circle and Kappa Delta Pi.
Wanda shared her time with the Sen-
ate, Kappa Delta Pi, Gold Circle and
Zeta Tau Alpha. Sue was a member of
KME, Kappa Delta Pi, Who's Who and
received the Gold Circle award for scho-
Although the Eagle Honor Society is
not limited to any particular school, this
year's awards went to four education ma-
jors and one home economics major.
Marilyn Edwards Sue Moser
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Col. Martha Brown
artha Brown leads RCTC sponsors
Capt. Loralee Reuther Capt. Candy Holbrook
Each fall the beginning of ROTC drill
is marked by the choosing of sponsors.
The lovely young women add a dash of
glamour, help build morale and add color
to the dull routine of drill.
The sponsors are chosen by each com-
pany, the battalions and brigade to repre-
sent them during the forthcoming year.
This feminine corps spends many hours
preparing and presenting precision drills.
Besides the usual Thursday afternoon
drill, sponsors participate in such activi-
ties as the Homecoming parade, the
Christmas parade, Career Day and
Armed Forces Day.
Excellent leadership was provided by
Colonel Martha Brown, Lt. Col. Peggy
Arnett, Lt. Col. Marcia Pearson, Lt. Col.
Ellen Kelly and Lt. Col. Jo Carole Hix.
Featured at the Military Ball, the spon-
sors were presented long-stemmed red
roses from the cadets in appreciation for
their support. Martha Brown was
crowned queen of the event.
Capt. Debbie Baldwin Capt. Frances Rcberts Capt. Kristin Kitts Capt. Debbie Cassetty
Capt. Karen Edmonds Capt. Connie Smith Capt. Claudette Bradley Capt. Doris Stoclrstill
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Larry Schreiber and Marilyn Edwards
were elected Mr. and Miss Tech by their
fellow students for the outstanding quali-
ties exemplified by both.
Larry is a senior marketing major from
Villa Hills, Ky. Marilyn is a senior busi-
ness education major from Mt. Pleasant.
As the number one rusher in the OVC,
Larry was chosen Little All-American
and will enter professional football upon
Mailyn found time in her busy schedule
to be president of Alpha Delta Pi, a
member of Gold Circle, and a member of
the Eagle Staff. She also reigned as
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Steve Dennison and Jo Carole Hix, both seniors, were elected
Bachelor of Ugliness and Spring Queen in a campus-wide election
winter quarter. Voting was based on each candidate's campus
activities, appearance and popularity.
Jo Carole is a marketing major from Gainesboro. She has
been a member of Tech's cheerleading squad for the past two
years. As an active member of Alpha Delta Pi, she was chosen
to serve as rush chairman for the current year. She is a lieuten-
ant colonel in the ROTC sponsors corps.
Steve has been on the varsity football squad for four years.
A business management major from Jackson, he is a member of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity.
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Elected by the freshman class to reign
as this year's Mr. and Miss Freshman
were Richard Bobo and Debbie Baldwin.
The elections were held winter quarter to
allow the new classtime to recognize its
two top members. This election is in-
deed impressive for these students have
been at Tech only one quarter when
Debbie Baldwin, from Nashville, is ma-
joring in elementary education. She
pledged Phi Mu winter quarter.
Richard is an accounting major from
Lynchburg, Tenn. A pledge of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon social fraternity, he takes
an active part in many fraternity and
They were chosen on the basis of ap-
pearance, leadership qualities, student
participation and friendliness. It is fresh-
men of this caliber that mark as having a
friendly informal atmosphere. They rep-
resent the freshman class well both on
and off campus.
Debbie honored by class
The dull dreariness of a frigid winter
quarter was brightened up a bit with the
election of class beauties. Twenty wom-
en from the four classes sought the honor.
Though the choice was hard, nine were
A tie in the junior class gave the title
to Loralee Reuther, Sharon Jones and
Connie Smith. Two were elected from
the other classes. Kathy Schultz and
Tricia Brock represented the freshmen.
Nancy Deason and Pam Johnson were
sophomore beauties. The senior class
was well represented by Linda Weaver
and Vicki' VanHook.
Connie Smith. Jr. lAAlll
Vicki VanHoolr, Sr. MPM,
Linda Weaver, Sr. HDMI
Sharon Jones. JT- lAAH,
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William H. Baker
Administrative Assistant to President
James R. Beckwith
Director of Administrative Data Processing
R. Hooper Eblen
Director of Athletics
John N. Flanders
Director of Counseling Center
Director of Safety and Security
Director of Housing
Hugh B. Kerr
Director of Mattson Computer Center
Gary W. Kirby
Director of Food Services
Charles B. Looper
Director ot Alumni Services
Frank R. Moss
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Murphy
Dean of Women
Mrs. Susan H. Pangle
Director of Social Activities
Malcolm P. Quillen
Dean of Men
C. P. Snelgrove
Notflet D. Williams
Director of Institutional Research
Not pictured are: Billy Gene Gaw, Admissions Counselor
Grady Batten, Asst. Director of Public information C. M. Glasgow, Asst. Director of Housing
Charles Dearman, Manager Bookstore 81 Associate Earl H. Hendricks, Asst. Dean of Admissions and
Director of University Center Records
Mrs. Crystal E. Fort, Director of University Mrs. Mary Virginia Maddux, Admissions Counselor
Infirmary I . l
William G. Patterson, Director of the Cooperative
B. A. Fox. Director of Auxiliary Enterprises. Program
J. Pate Pointer. Asst. Director of Administrative
Donald E. Reese, Director of Photographic Services
Doug Stone, Director of Public Information
Paul M. Wilmoth, Postmaster
C. O. Wynne, Director of Student Financial Aid
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Kathleen Brown ..
Mary Jane Brown
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Lillard K. Garrett
Rozelle Hunter ,
Harley F. Jaclrson
Cecil Jaquess . .
Mary J. Jumper .
Lois Livingston .
Sharon Lovell .4..
Louise Lynch . . .
Mary Minor ,
Linda Moran ,
Dot Myhr . .
Jessie C. Oliver
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Frances P. Rolston
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Alberta Cameron .
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Debra Groomes .
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Linda Jones . ... . . ,. ...,Library
Roger Jones , . . .Assoc. Prof. of Library Science
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Dean C. Donald Caplenor Dean James S. Brown
College of Arts and Sciences College of Engineering
Deen W. J. Huddleston Dean Louis Johnson
Dlvlslon of Agrlcullure School of Business Administration
I .Dean Ma"Y Below Dean R. Marlin Peters
Dlvislon of Home Economics
Dean O. C. Stewart
Grad uate School
Dean Edell M. Hearn
College of Education
Ayers, Harold E.
Chairman of Department
of Economics, Finance and Marlceting
Boles, Ralph C.
Chairman of Department
Bonner, William H.
Chairman of Department
of Business Education
and Office Management
Culp, Frederick L.
Chairman of Department
Diemer. Richard D.
Chairman of Department
of Philosophy and Sociology
Bedwell, Robert L.
Chairman ot Department s
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Chairman of Department
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Helton, Walter L.
Chairman of Department I
of Earth Sciences
Chairman of Department
of Civil Engineering
Chairman of Department
Hyder, W. Clyde
Chairman of Department
of Animal lndustry
Chairman of Department
ot Engineering Science
Downing, Edward P.
Chairman of Department
of Military Science
Lewis, W. H.
Chairman of Department .
ot Industrial Technology
Owens, S. Lee
Chairman ot Department
of Business Management
Sharpe, Joseph D.
Chairman of Department
ot Elementary Education
Tolleson, Sherwell K.
Chairman of Department
of Educational Psychology and Guidance
Sissom, L. E.
Chairman of Department
of Mechanical Engineering
Chairman of Department
of Health and Physical Education
Thorne, Joe A.
Chairman of Department
Chairman of Department
Turclc, Merton J.
Chairman of Department
of Secondary Education
Warren, John W.
Chairman of Department
Departmental chairmen not pictured are:
H. G. Ashburn, Department of Chemistry
Wilbur W. Frye, Department of Agronomy
John C. McGee,
Department of Chemical Engineering
Albert L. Dulce,
Department of Electrical Engineering
Department of Industrial Engineering
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Betty Allen ., HEPS
Capt. Joe Allen MS
Vernon R. Allen , Chem.
Avo Anderson , Eng.
Lois Anderson . Eng.
Billy Arnold , M. E.
Reba Bacon . El. Ed.
Eugene Ball ... .,Math
S. K. Ballal .. .Bio.
Jim Barr , .. Earth Sciences
Marshall Bertram , . . . .. . ,H8iPS
James Bilbrey ,.
Richard Boyce ,
Capt. Arthur Boyd ,
Diane Briggs ..
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John Bullington ,
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John Clark ,.
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Lt. Col. William Daniel,
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Robert DuBey . .
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Joe Floyd ..
Robert Fort ,
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David Hogan ,
Garry Hogan, Jr. .
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Major John Joyce
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Bill Kennon ,.
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Mary Byrd King ,
John Lee ,
Francis Little .,
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Eleanor Mitchell ,
William Mitchell .
Jeremiah Mitchum ..
Esther Montgomery .
R. H. Moorman ,
Capt. Andrew Mundy
Jewell Nolen ,
Dorrie Norwood . , .
Capt. James Olivo
William Orr ,
S. A. Patil ..
Capt. Donald Patterson
Linda Pedigo .,
Lorraine Peters ..
Stanley Phillips ..
D. R. Pitts ,.
Virginia Plummer ,
Jerry Powell ..
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Thomas Reddiclc .
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Michael Ruhr ..
Richard Rundeli .
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H. R. Stabler .,
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James Stewart .
Rose Stewart ..
Robert Swindell ,.
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Carolyn Whitson. .
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Howard Wortham 4.,.
Leonard Crawford will be remembered
for his enthusiastic speeches at career
day, boys state, cheerleading camp and
various other events that led many stu-
dents to choose Tech. Although he was
the director of field services and president
of the Tennessee Education Association,
he found time to be the announcer for
Tech's football and basketball games.
Ralph L. Dunckel did much to aid in
the growth of the co-operative program.
Working with students who wished to re-
ceive on-the-job training in their field of
study, he helped many find a way to
finance their college education. His ef-
forts proved successful as participation in
the program has increased.
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offers 9 areas
of study at Tech
More and more students are making
graduate school a part of their plans.
Tech offers graduate degrees in biology,
chemistry, education, English, engineer-
ing. health and physical education, his-
tory, mathematics and physics.
Being admitted to graduate study is
based on meritg the student must have
completed his bachelor's degree, and his
undergraduate work must be of such
quality as to indicate success in graduate
school. Qualifying examinations are
sometimes used to help determine a stu-
The program is structured to be less
formal than undergraduate work. Each
student plans a course of study that will
be benelicial to him in relation to his own
background and needs. Graduate de-
grees are given for scholarship, proli-
ciency, reasoning and investigation, not
necessarily for completion of a set num-
ber ot' courses.
To linance the extra cost of graduate
school. loans and assistantships are avail-
able. The assistantship, which pays
maintenance fees. provides the student
an opportunity to teach or do research in
his lield of study.
Row 1: Dean Martin Peters, Mary Greenwood, Dor-
othy Rich, Elise Ingram, Frances Thompson, Mil-
dred Simmons, Dee Bosticlc, Peggy Michaels, Mary
Brady. Row 2: Dorrie Norwood, Janie Price, Kay
Youngs, Martha Farmer, Rebecca Smith, Jane Carr,
Peggy Wright, Betty McDonald. Row 3: Ralph
Booher, Clester Winningham, Robert Robertson,
David Carlocir, Victor Green, Frank Farrar, Louis
Butler. Row 4: Rolland Cisson, Frederick Roemer,
Walter Jetfers, Kenneth Jolly, Thomas Gutridge,
Frank Barth, George Bosticlr. Row 5: Hollis Lottis,
Charles French, Sam Matheny, Kenneth Fox, John
Gilmore, Joe Wooden. Row 6: Jerry Tate, Gar-
land Wright, Thomas Kirby, Glen Masters, Chris-
topher Smith, Dan Tollett, Walter Shanlts, Thomas
Potts, Bill Worrell.
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Spring quarter Ron Harris was elect-
ed president of the senior class. At
the beginning of the new year, the re-
maining ofiicers were elected.
As fall quarter got into full swing,
the senior was confronted with the joys
and worries of his final year of col-
lege. Student teaching, research pa-
pers and sleepless nights all found their
way into the senior's life.
Unforgettable moments that will be
cherished for a lifetime fill his last
year. Homecoming, parties, concerts,
superlative elections, spring fiing week-
end and the senior picnic have a special
meaning for him.
Later in the year job interviews be-
come of prime importance as the sen-
ior prepares to utilize four years of
study. His years of hard work begin
to bring their reward.
This year, however, he found a short-
age of job opportunities as there were
fewer openings in business and indus-
As graduation draws near, each sen-
ior is faced with a last check to see if
all requirements have been met. If he
failed or forgot to take the English
Qualifying Exam he finds himself in a
A final notice from the Office of Ad-
missions and Records helps assure the
senior that he will not be pulled from
the graduation line. Notices also come
from the Alumni Office adding to the
list of forms that must be filled out.
All that is left now is the hope for 21
cool day as he puts on his cap and gown
for the graduation exercises. A gym-
nasium crowded with proud relatives
listening to a commencement address
ends the senior's four years.
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ABBOTT, LARRY EDWARD, Maryville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, Kappa Omega '66-'69, President
'67, AlChe '67-'69, ACS '68-'69, ASB Senator '70, Fresh-
man Football Team '65, lnterfraternity Football Team
'66-'68, Who's Who '70.
ADAMS, JAMES GARY, Antioch, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ADAMS, KENNETH RAY, Buchanan, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '70, ACIADA Club '70,
ADAMSON, MARILYN CHRISTINA, Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, SNEA '66-'67, Tech Commu-
nity Chorus '69.
ADCOX, DAVID MURRAY, Hohenwald, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, Circle K '67, IE Club '68-'70,
Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, Secretary '69, Sophomore Class
Treasurer '67, ASB Traffic Court Judge '69-'70, Intramural
Basketball, Football, Softball '68-'70'.
ADDISON, PHILIP ANDREW, Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia,
B.S. in Industrial Engineering, IE Club '68-'70, ROTC
AKENS, LARRY GREY, Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '66-'69, NSPE '68, Kappa
ALEXANDER, LARRY DALE, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Pep Club '66-'67, ASME '68-'70,
Pi Tau Sigma '69-'70, Kappa Sigma '67-'70, Treasurer '70,
ALEXANDER, ROBERT EDWIN, Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S.
in Civil Engineering, Society of Freshman Engineers '67,
ASCE '68-'70, Tech Rangers '68-'69, Sigma Phi Epsilon
'69-'70, Rush Chairman '69, lnterfraternity Football, Bas-
ketball, Softball '69-'70,
ALLEN, JOHN WILLIAM, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History, SNEA '69-'70.
ALLEN, ONEDA FAYE, Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in Biol-
ALLRED, KENNETH LEE, JR., Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S.
in Marketing, Tech Rangers '66-'70, Scabbard and Blade
'69-'70, President '70, Pep Club '66-'67, Scabbard and
Blade ROTC Award '69, American Legion ROTC Award
AMENT, JACQUELINE SUE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, Phi Gamma Nu '68-'69, Sigma Sigma
Sigma '68-'69, Treasurer '69, Intramural Football '68, ln-
tramural Softball '69,
AMONETT, FRED G., Byrdstown, Tennessee, B.S. in Agri-
culture Science, Tech Aggies '69-'70.
AMONETTE, GWENDOLYN ELDER, Byrdstown, Tennessee,
B.S. in Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-
ANDERSON, HELEN PAGE, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, SNEA '66-'69.
ANDERSON, JERRILYN LEE, Kensington, Maryland, B.S.
in Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-
'70, Kappa Omicron Phi '70.
ANDERSON, JOSEPH N., Kensington, Maryland, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon
'68-'70, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-'70, Vice
ANDERSON, MICHAEL CARL, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, Kappa Sigma '67-'69, Circle K
'67-'69, SEO '69, IEEE '68-'69.
ANDERSON, RUTH GRIBBLE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '69-'70,
ANDERSON, WILLIAM HUGH, Gordonsville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemistry, ACS '68-'70, President '69, Chemistry 8:
Medical Science Club '70.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM WAYNE, Shelbyville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mathematics.
APPLE, VICKEY GOOLSBY, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, SNEA '68-'69.
ARCHER, MICHAEL FREED, Aberdeen, Maryland, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Pershing Rifles '66-'69, Executive
Officer '69, Scabbard and Blade '69-'70, Executive Officer
'70, ASME '69-'70, Superior MSII Award '68.
ARP, WILLIAM BRIAN, Rossville, Georgia, B.S. in In-
dustrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha '67-'70, IFC '67-
ASHBY, JOE RANDALL, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Wildlife Management, German Club '69-'70.
ASKEY, THELMA J., Millington, Tennessee, B.A. in His-
tory, Gold Circle '70, Secretary '70, Honor Hall '69-'70,
President '69, Secretary '70, Mu Phi Epsilon '69-'70, Cor-
responding Secretary '70.
ATNIP, DEBORAH LEAH, Livingston, Tennessee, B.A. in
English, SNEA '70.
BABBITT, JESS ALBERT, Covington, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70, Secretary '69,
Co-Op Club '68, Pi Tau Sigma '70.
BABCOCK, SHEILA ANN, Elgin, Tennessee, B.S. in Health
81 Physical Education, HLPE Club '66-'70, Kappa Delta
Phi '69-'70, SNEA '66-'69, TWO '66-'70, Intramural Basket-
ball, Softball '67-'70, Intramural Badminton '69,
BAKER, ROBERT WALKER, JR., Etowah, Tennessee, B.S.
in Chemical Engineering, AIChE '67-'69.
BARKER, SHIRLEY C., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, Fhi Beta Lambda '69-'70,
BANDY, JOHN W., Memphis, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial
Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega '70, AIIE '68-'70.
BARNES, HARRY EDWARD, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta '69-'70, AIChE
'66-'69, Treasurer '69, AIAA '67, Co-Op Club '68, Secre-
BARNETT, MICHAEL E., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Mar-
keting, Marketing Club '66-'67.
BARRETT, DAVID G., Birchwood, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Education, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball,
BARRY, CHARLES DENNIS, Liberty, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Society of Engineering '67, IT Club
'69-'70, AES Club '69-'70.
BARTON, JOHN DOUGLAS, Lafayette, Tennessee, B.S. in
Marketing, Marketing Club '67-'69, ABC '70, Miller Hall
President '68, American Marketing Association '70, Young
Republican Club '66-'70.
BARTON, STEPHEN HAROLD, Jacksonville, Florida, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, Scuba Club '69, ASME '69,
Gamma Chi '68-'69, Intramural Softball '68.
BASSHAM, ROBERT JOHN, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Engineering, Tenn. Tech. Amateur Radio
Society '66-'67, NSDE '67, IE '66-'68, Intramural Paddleball
BATES, BRUCE N., Lobelville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, AIIE '68-
'70, Treasurer '69.
BAUGH, REBECCA DERRYBERRY, Kingston, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '67-'70, Sigma
Tau Delta '69-'70, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, English Club
'70, Tech Community Chorus '67-'6Y.
BAUMGARTNER, JAN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Biol-
ogy, Biology Club '68-'70, Arts Si Science Exploratory
Committee '69-'70, COSIP Committee '69-'70.
BAYLESS, PATRICIA JEAN, Pikeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mathematics, Math Club '67-'70, Cosmopolitan Club '67-
'69, Secretary '68.
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BEAM, WALTER LYNN, Athens, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
BEASLEY, SARAH DALTON, Dixon Springs, Tennessee,
B.S. in Elementary Education, Transferred from George
Peabody College '67, Tech Speleophiles '68-'70, Assistant
Secretary '67, SNEA '67-'70.
BECK, CAROL JANET, Waukegan, Illinois, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '65-'66, Alpha Sigma Alpha
'67-'70, Corresponding Secretary '70, Counselor '70.
BELL, LANNY PARTIN, Tracy City, Tennessee, B.S. in Me-
chanical Engineering, Society of Engineering '66, NSPE
'67-'70, Vice President '68, EJC Representative '69, Presi-
dent '70, ASME '68-'70.
BHOOMSIRI, NOPPAPHORN, Bangkok, Thailand, B.S. in
Political Science, Cosmopolitan Club '69-'70, IRC '69.
BICKFORD, SHARON LYNNE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Biology, Arts 81 Science Exploratory Committee '69, Ger-
man Club '68-'69, Biology Club '68-'70, General Biology
BILBREY, BOBBY G., Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in Mar-
keting, Marketing Club '69-'70,
BILBREY, JACKIE B., Rickman, Tennessee, B.S. in Elemen-
tary Education, SNEA '65.
BILBREY, RALPH BENTON, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Sigma Phi Epsilon '68-'70,
BINKLEY, FREDERICK HOLLIS, JR., Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Civil Engineering, ASCE '69,
BIRDWELL, JOYCE MARIE, Bloomington Springs, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Business Education, SNEA '69-'70.
BIRDWELL, MARILYN MAE, Red Boiling Springs, Tennes-
see, B.S. in English, SNEA '67-'69.
BIRDWELL, WILMA JEAN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '70.
BISHOP, JANE L., Clinton, Tennessee, B.A. in Elementary
Education, Young Democrats Club '68-'69, SNEA '67-'69,
BLACK, KENNETH MONROE, Silerton, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '67-'69,
BLACK, MARTHA GAIL, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology, SNEA '67-'70, Residence
Hall Counselor '68-'70.
BLACKWELL, RODNEY BURKE, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Society of Engineers '67, IT '68,
BLOCKER, JAMES RICHARD, JR., Columbia, Tennessee,
B.S. in History, IRC '68-'70.
BOAZE, JOHN LEE, Lynchburg, Virginia, B.S. in Wildlife
Management, Biology Club '67-'69, German Club '67-'68.
BOBO, JOHN T., Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Business
Management, "T" Club '67-'68, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
'68-'70, President '70, Who's Who '70, Sophomore Class
President '68, Junior Class President '69, Varsity Football
BOBO, RUPERT LYNN, Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '70.
BOND, DAVID CLARK, McMinnville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '66-'70, EJC Representative
'69, Vice President '70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-'70, Co-Op
Club '66-'70, Pep Club '65, Intramural Official '67, Intra-
mural Basketball, Softball '69,
BORUM, LARRY KINSEY, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon '69-'70, Intramural
BOTTENFIELD, DEBORAH BLISS, Knoxville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '65-'66, Intra-
mural Softball '68.
BOWERS, LINDA CAROL, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, English, Alpha Sigma Alpha '69-'70,
BOWERS, PATRICIA KAY, Oliver Springs, Tennessee, B.S.
in Home Economics, Kappa Omicron Phi '70.
BOYD, BEVERLY CAROLYN, Pikeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '70, Kappa
Omicron Phi '70, Kappa Delta Pi '70, American Home
Ec. Association '70.
BRADFORD, MARTHA ELIZABETH, Lenoir City, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Elementary Education, SNEA '68-'70,
BRADFORD, TOMMY G., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
BRADLEY, RONALD TAYLOR, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
BRATTON, GEORGE ROBERT, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Engineering Science, ES Club '68-'70.
BRAY, JAMES DAVID, JR., Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Delta Tau Delta '67-'70, Secretary '69, Presi-
dent '70, Sigma Iota Epsilon '70, IFC '68-'70, Accounting
Club '70, Intramural Softball '68, IFC Basketball '69-'70,
IFC Football, Softball '68-'70,
BRIGGS, JERRY LEE, Springfield, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Accounting Club '68-'70, Band '65, Kappa
BRIGGS, ROBERT DAVID, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma '67-'69, Secretary
'69, ASME '68.
BRINK, DAVID BRADFORD, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Marketing, Marketing Club '67-'70, Sigma Phi Delta
'67-'69, Corresponding Secretary '68-'70, ABC '69, Presi-
dent '69, Pep Club '67-'68, Alpha Kappa Psi '68-'70, ln- ,N
tramural Football, Softball '68-'70, Interfraternity Golf
BROOKMAN, MARY ERMA, Tracy City, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Administration, Phi Gamma Nu '69-'70, Sky Div-
ing Club '68, Intramural Softball, Basketball '68-'69.
BROOKS, CARLIN THOMAS, Bolivar, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Transferred from Freed-Hardeman
College '68, SNEA '69-'70, English Club '69-'70.
BROOKS, JERRY D., South Pittsburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma '60-'70, ASME '70,
Football '65-'69, Softball '65-'66.
BROOKS, KENNETH PRESTON, Erin, Tennessee, B.S, in
Mechanical Engineering, AIAA '66-'67, Secretary '66, ASB
BROWN, BETTY CAROLYN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-'70, His-
torian '68, President '70, Kappa Omicron Phi '68-'70, Re-
porter '69, President '70, Gold Circle '70, Treasurer '70,
TWO Town Council '68-'69, Vice-President '69, TWO
Board '69, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Who's Who.
BROWN, BILLY CARLOS, Bloomington Springs, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Industrial Technology, IT Club '66-'70, AFS
'66, Co-Op Club '68.
BROWN, CONNIE SUE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology, SNEA '67-'70, Sociology
BROWN, DOUGLAS R., Oliver Springs, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health Bi Physical Education, "T" Club '68-'70, President
'70, HLPE Club '67-'70, Varsity Football '66-'69.
BROWN, MARTHA CLAIRE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health 8: Physical Education, Tech Chorus Br Choir
'66-'67, HGPE Club '66-'68, Program Director '67, Aquatic
Club '66-'68, SNEA '66-'68, ISC '67-'69, Parliamentarian
'67, President '68, Kappa Delta '67-'70, Rush Chairman
'67, Chaplain '68-'69, Mu Phi Epsilon '66-'68, Kappa Delta
Pi '67-'69, ROTC Sponsor '67-'69, Pershing Rifle Sponsor
'68, Brigade Commander '69, Homecoming Court '68,
Who's Who '68, Gold Circle '69, Phi Delta Theta Sweet-
heart '69, ASB Secretary '69, Intramural Basketball '66-'68.
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BROWN, NANCY GALE, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, Intramural Football, Softball '67-'6B.
BROWN, THOMAS G., Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Tech Troubadours '67-'70, Student
Leader '70, Phi Mu Alpha '67-'70, Historian '67, Tech
Choir '67-'70, Tech Community Orchestra '69-'70, Brass-Art
Chamber Quintet '70, Band '67-'70.
BRUCE, TOMMY DALE, Baxter, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, Treasurer '67, AFS
'67-'70, Veterans Club '68-'70.
BRYAN, JACKIE HARREL, Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Intramural Football '68.
BRYANT, LEWIS ARLEN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History.
BRYANT, RICHARD CARLYLE, Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '66-'70, AFS '70, Intra-
mural Softball, Football, Basketball '66-'70.
BRYCE, ROBERT NATION, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '67-'70, Tech Rangers '66-
BULLA, JOHN TERRY, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, ASB Traffic Court Judge '69-'70, ASCE '68-
'70, EJC Representative '69-'70, Counselor '67-'69.
BULLINGTON, DAVID THOMAS, Milan, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '69-'70.
BUTLER, DONALD JEFFREY, Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '66-'70.
BUTLER, SANDRA FAITH, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8: Physical Education, HEPE Club '66-'69, Gymnas-
tics Club '67-'69.
BUTT, STANLEY R., Portland, Tennessee, B.S. in Wildlife
Management, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, Biology Club
BYRD, MELINDA SUSAN, Virginia Beach, Virginia, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Biology, Intramural Softball '67-'69,
Intramural Football '68.
CALBAUGH, RONALD THOMAS, Dayton, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, SAM '68-'69.
CANNON, ELINOR GWEN, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8: Physical Education, Gymnastics Club '67-'69,
HLPE Club '67-'69.
CANTRELL, CHARLES WAYNE, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health 8: Physical Education, Transferred from Cum-
berland College '67, HGPE Club '68-'70, SNEA '70, Intra-
mural Football, Softball, '67-'69,
CARDWELL, DIANA HEIDLE, Wartburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, Math, SNEA '67, Alpha Sigma
Alpha '68-'69, Treasurer '69.
CARMACK, BETTY'ANN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology, Sociology Club '70,
CARMACK, BOBBY LEE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, SAM '70.
CARNEY, JULIA CAROL, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, Band '66, SNEA '66-'69, TWO '68,
CARPENTER, MARILYNN JANE, Cary, North Carolina,
B.S. in Music Education, SNEA '66-'67, MENC '67-'70,
Tech Choir '67-'70, Mu Phi Epsilon '67-'70, Chorister '68,
Treasurer '69, President '70, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70, Histo-
CARTER, NELDA WILMORE, Monoville, Tennessee, B.S. in
CARTER, SHARON WOMACK, Doyle, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70, SNEA '67-'68.
CARUTHERS, MICHAEL EUGENE, Columbia, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, AFS '67, Co-Op Club '68,
Intramural Basketball '66-'67.
CARUTHERS, SIEGFRIED JEAN, Rockwood, Tennessee,
B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
CARVER, PATRICIA ANN, Clinton, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Intramural Football,
Softball '68-'69, Intramural Basketball '68.
CASTLE, WILLIAM ALBERT, Hendersonville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Health li Physical Education, "T" Club '65-'68,
H8iPE Club '65-'68, Intramural Basketball, Football '65-
CAVENDER, ERNEST FARRIS, Kingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Transferred from Freed-Hardeman
College '69, SAM '70,
CHADWELL, JEFFERSON D., Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S.
in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies '67-'69.
CHAFFIN, TERESA FAY, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8: Physical Education, H8iPE Club '68-'69, Secre-
tary '69, Intramural Volleyball, Softball, Tennis, Badmin-
ton, Basketball '69.
CHAMBERS, DELBERT LARRY, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Social Science, Lambda Chi Alpha
CHRISTIE, MARY JOYCE, Memphis, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '67, Dorm President '69.
CLARK, BENTON LEE, Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '69-'70.
CLARK, GENEVA FAYE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in El-
ementary Education, SNEA '68-'70.
COLE, RAYMOND DALE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
COLQUITT, PATRICIA ANN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, SNEA '68-'69.
COMPTON, SUSAN CLAIRE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '66-'70,
Treasurer '68, First Vice President '69, TWO Town Council
'67-'68, Freshman Representative '67, Vice President '68,
TWO Board '68, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70, Treasurer '69,
Kappa Omicron Phi '69-'70, Vice President '69, Secretary
'70, Gold Circle '70, President '70, ASB Senate '70, Who's
CONATSER, DAVID EUGENE, Jamestown, Tennessee, B.S.
CONNELLY, DONALD EDWARD, Oak Ridge, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, Transferred from Freed-
Hardeman College '68, IT Club '70,
CONNER, DONALD LOWELL, Miami, Florida, B,S. in
Electrical Engineering, Society of Engineering '66, IEEE
'68-'70, Delta Tau Delta '68-'70, Vice President '70.
COONCE, JOHN EDWARD, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '68-'70, SAM '69-
'70, Veterans Club '69-'70.
COOPER, FRIEDA GAIL, Lewisburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History, SNEA '67-'70.
COOTER, VICKI JOY, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in Jour-
nalism, Alpha Delta Pi '68-'70, Historian '69, Oracle Staff
'67-'70, Editorial Editor '68, Assistant Advertising Editor
'69, Eagle Staff '69-'70, Features Editor '70, lntersorority
COPPINGER, VIRGIL EDWARD, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Civil Engineering, ASCE '70, Veterans Club '70.
CORNWELL, KATHERINE, Carthage, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70,
Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, SNEA '69-'70.
COWAN, CAROL TIPPS, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Sociology.
COWAN, ELAINE MCCALEB, Gordonsville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Education, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70, Vice
President '70, Kappa Delta Pi '70.
COWAN, TERRY SEWELL, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, Society of Engineers '66, ASCE '68-'70.
CRAIGGE, EDWARD ARNOLD, Portland, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, NSPE '67-'68, AFS '69-'70, IT
CRAVENS, BILLY WAYNE, Clarkrange, Tennessee, B.S. in
CRAWFORD, JOSEPH MORGAN, McMinnville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management, SAM '68-'69.
CRAWFORD, MARY SUSAN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, Alpha Sigma Alpha '67-'70, His-
torian '69, Scuba Club '68-'70, Secretary-Treasurer '68-'69,
Vice President '70, ROTC Sponsor '69, TWO Board '69.
CREEK, ALAN DAVID, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
CRISP, SUE LEFTWICH, Baxter, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'70,
CROSS, BARBARA ROSE, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, SNEA '67-'70.
CROSS, RETTA GLEE, Byrdstown, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '68-'70,
semor recall con tru tlon era
CROSSMAN, WARREN S., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '66-'70, Tau Beta Pi '67-'70.
CUNNINGHAM, BURLEY NELSON, JR., Brownsville, Ten-
nessee, B.S. in Health In Physical Education.
CUNNINGHAM, KAY ANN, Brownsville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education.
DANIEL, HOWARD LESLIE, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Finance, Lambda Chi Alpha '67-'70, Freshman Baseball
'67, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball '67-'70.
DARDEN, GEORGE L., JR., Jacksonville, Florida, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, Society of Engineers '66, IEEE '67,
Veterans Club '67-'70, Secretary '68, Treasurer '69, Vice
President '70, AIIE '69-'70, Engineering Honor Society
'67-'70, Intramural Basketball '68-'70.
D'ARMOND, JOHN MARION, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Marketing, Marketing Club '69-'70.
DAVENPORT, JAMES RANDOLF, Watertown, Tennessee,
B.S. in Engineering Science, Theta Tau '68-'70, ES Club
'67-'70, Secretary-Treasurer '68, President '69, EJC Repre-
sentative '69, Society of Engineers '66, NSPE '68-'70, AIAA
'68, ASB Senator '69, Intramural Softball, Football '68-'69,
Intramural Basketball, Badminton '67.
DAVIDSON, WALTER HOOPER, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Civil Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, NSPE '68-
'70, Treasurer '69, ASCE '68-'70, Engineering Honor Soci-
ety '70, Pep Club '67-'68.
DAVIS, HUBERT LEE, lll, Athens, Tennessee, B.S. in Ge-
ography, Geography Club '68-'70, Intramural Softball
DAVIS, JOHN FRANKLIN, Ill, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee,
B.S. in Engineering Science, Kappa Mu Epsilon '67-'70,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon '67-'70, Vice President '69, ASB Sen-
ator '69, Intramural Football '67-'70.
DAVIS, NANCY HELEN, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Mu Phi Epsilon '68-'70, Chorister '69, Re-
cording Secretary '70, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Vice Presi-
dent '70, Gold Circle '69-'70, Tech Choir '67-'70, Miss
Tennessee Tech '70, Who's Who '70.
DAWSON, JUDITH LU, Marblehead, Massachusetts, B.S.
in Health 81 Physical Education, HIIPE Club '67-'70, Intra-
mural Softball '67.
DAWSON, WANDA KAY, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History.
DENNING, JAMES LLOYD, JR., Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S.
in Accounting, Intramural Softball '68-'69.
DENNING, 'SANDRA JO, McMinnville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, English, SNEA '67-'68, Intramural
Basketball '67-'68, Softball '68-'69.
DENNISON, STEVE STAFFORD, Jackson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Marketing, Football '66-'69, Sigma Alpha Epsilon '67-'69,
Co-Rush Chairman '68-'69, T-Club '67-'69, House Counsil
'69, President '69, Marketing Club '68-'69, Fraternity
Football Coach '66-'69,
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DENNY, LINDA GAEL, Kingsport. Tennessee: B.S., in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '66-'67, TWO Representative
'68, Sigma Siqma Sigma '69-'70.
DENTON, JOHN HAROLD, Culleoka, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, Kappa Omega '68-'70, Rush
Chairman '69, IFC '69, Secretary '69, Tech Rangers '66-
'67, Intramural Football '68,
DENTON, RICHARD NEIL, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering: NSPE '69.
DESIREY, STEPHEN THOMAS, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, AIChE '67-'70, Secretary '69, ACS
'69, IT Club '67, Phi Delta Theta '68-'70, President '68,
Charter President '69, ITC '68-'70, President '70.
DEVANDRY, DONALD EUGENE, Dickson, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, AFS '69-'70, IT Club '69-'70, ASB
DEVANEY, RITA NADINE, Kingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics, SNEA '70.
DISHMAN, JANET, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in Second-
ary Education, Math, Band '67-'68, Intramural Basketball
'67, Intramural Softball '69.
DODSON, RICHARD PIERCE, Lebanon, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History.
DOOLEY, JOSEPH BROOKS, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Engineering Science, Library Club '68-'69, Vice Presi-
dent '68, President '69, AIAA '67-'70, Secretary '69, Vice
President '70, ES Club '67-'70, President '70, NSPE '67-'70,
Tau Beta Pi '69-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '69-'70, Who's
DORRIS, SHERRY LYNN, Donelson, Tennessee, B.A. in
French 81 Spanish, SNEA '67, Eagle Staff '67, French Club
'67-'69, Treasurer '69, Spanish Club '68-'69, President '69,
TWO Judiciary Board '69, Chairman '69, TWO President
'70, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'69, Arts 8: Sciences Council '69,
Kappa Delta '68-'69, Secretary '69, Gold Circle '70, Intra-
mural Basketball '67-'69, Who's Who '70.
DOUB, DAVID MANNING, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Marketing, Society of Business '67, Marketing Club
'69-'70, Kappa Omega '67-'70, President '67, Pep Club
'67-'70, Intramural Wrestling, Paddleball '67-'6B.
DOUGLAS, DONALD LAVELLE, Memphis, Tennessee, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma '69-'70, ASME
DOW, SUMNER ANDERSON, Stone Mountain, Georgia,
B.S. in Horticulture, Alpha Gamma Sigma '69-'70, Re-
cording Secretary '70.
DRAPER, MYRTLE BARNES, Shelbyville, Tennessee, B.A. in
Secondary Education, English, Transferred from Tennessee
Wesleyan College '68, Intramural Softball '68.
DRISKILL, MICHAEL HARRISON, Amherst, Virginia, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, AFS '68-'69, IT Club '68-'69.
DULWORTH, CAROL SUE, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
DUNAWAY, JAMES WILLIAM, Kingston, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health and Physical Education, H8iPE Club '68-'69,
Baseball '67-'68, Intramural Football '67-'69.
DUNCAN, JOHN TURNER, JR., Hampshire, Tennessee,
B.S. in Civil Engineering, ASCE '67-'70, Acacia Men's
Club '69-'70, CE Club '69, Intramural Football '66, Intra-
mural Softball, Basketball '68-'69.
DUNN, BARBARA ELAINE, Etowah, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Pep Club '67, SNEA '67-'70, Sigma
Sigma Sigma '67-'70, Historian '67, Corresponding Secre-
tary '69, Karate Club '67-'68.
DUNN, JAMES WILLIAM, Hixson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '69-'70, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70,
Treasurer '70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-'70, Secretary '70, Kappa
Mu Epsilon '69-'70, Intramural Basketball, Softball '69.
DUREN, PEGGY MEREDITH, Turtletown, Tennessee, B.S.
DYER, GARY RICHARD, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Co-Op Club '68, Society of Engi-
neering '67, Intramural Basketball '67.
EARNHART, JUDY SMITH, Dalton, Georgia, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '70,
EATON, HARVILL CARLTON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Engineering Science, Theta Tau '67-'70, Cor. Sec. '68,
President '69, E.J.C. '67-'70, V. Pres. '69, Engineering Eci-
ence Club '67-'70, V. Pres. '69, EJC Rep. '68-'70, AIAA
'67-'68, '70, Treas. '68, Sigma Delta Phi '67, Dorm Vice-
Pres. '67, Tenn. Intercollegiate State Legislature '68-'70,
Chairman '70, NSPE '68-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70.
EDWARDS, MARILYN, Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, TWO Treasurer '67, Recording Secre-
tary '69, Cheerleader '68-'70, Alpha Delta Pi '67-'70, Pres-
ident '70, Recording Secretary '69, TMDO Sweetheart '68,
TMDO Calendar Girl '70, EJC Sweetheart '68, SNEA '67-
'70, Kappa Delta Pi '67-'70, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70, Vice
President '69, Sophomore Class Beauty '68, Who's Who
'69, Gold Circle '69-'70, Homecoming Queen '69, Lt,
Colonel '69, Eagle Staff '69-'70.
EDWARDS, MARTHA ANN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '66-'69.
ELI, STEPHEN WAYNE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, ASCE '67-'70, Co-Op Club '68.
ELLIS, SHARON RENEE, Lafayette, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
Warm eather brings book out id
Patsy Carver, Jim Werden and Janet Goule de-
cide the quad is a fine place to study.
ELLISON, MARY JUNE, Dandridge, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '68-'70,
ELMORE, LINDA ELAINE, Baxter, Tennessee, B,S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '68-'70, Vice President '69.
ELVERT, MARY CATHERINE, Jackson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Sociology, Sociology Club '68-'69, Spanish Club '68,
ENGLAND, BERT CALDWELL, Huntland, Tennessee, B.S.
in Civil Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon '67-'70, ASCE
'67-'70, NSPE '69-'70, Intramural Football '68-'70.
ESCUE, STEPHEN LEON, White House, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, AIIE '68-'70, Secretary '70, NSPE
'68-'70, Theta Tau '69-'70.
ESTES, PEGGY JANE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.A. in
Health 81 Physical Education, HSPE Club '67-'70, Trea-
surer '69, Zeta Tau Alpha '67-'70, Secretary '68-'70, Cheer-
leader '68-'70, Captain '70, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Intra-
mural Paddleball, Volleyball, Basketball '68-'70, Who's
EVANS, CLYDE, Fombell, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Secondary
Education, Tech Rangers '67-'70, Ranger Staff '70, Biology
Club '70, Pep Club '67, Intramural Basketball '67.
EVANS, DIANA RIGGINS, Fayetteville, North Carolina,
B.S. in Elementary Education, Transferred from George
Peabody College '68, SNEA '67-'68.
EVANS, JACKIE DEAN, Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S. in His-
tory, German Club '70, Vice President '70, IRC '70.
EVANS, ROBERT FULTON, JR., Clarksville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Alpha Phi Omega '68-'70, Scab-
bard 81 Blade '69-'70, TMDO Council '69, SAM '69-'70,
Intramural Softball, Football '69-'70,
FARD, GHOLAMHOSSEIN HOSSEINI, Borudjerd, Iran,
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Cosmopolitan Club '66-
'70, ASME '69, Intramural Tennis '66-'67.
FATTIBENE, ROBERT VICTOR, Oxon, Maryland, B.S. in
Marketing, Marketing Club '69-'70, Intramural Football,
Basketball, Softball '69-'70,
FEATHERSTON, JOHN MARK, Crossville, Tennessee, B,S.
in Secondary Education, History, Phi Alpha Theta '69-'70,
Phi Mu Alpha '68-'70, Secretary '69, Kappa Delta Pi '69-
'70, Pep Club '67, Band '67-'70, SNEA '69.
FELTS, JAMES H., JR., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
FERRILL, BONNIE KAYE, Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, SNEA '66, Sigma Sigma Sigma '67-'70,
ISC Representative '68, President '68, ISC Second Vice
President '68, President '69, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70,
FINE, EVANS GROVER, Dayton, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Biology, Tau Beta Kappa '63-'64,
Rebel Rifles '63, Biology Club '68-'69, Intramural Football,
FISKE, DEBORAH LORRAINE, Houston, Texas, B.A. in En-
glish, Eagle Staff '66-'70, Student Life Editor '70, Avant
Garde '69, English Club '69, SNEA '67, Intramural Base-
ball, Football '69-'70.
FITZPATRICK, MICKIE FAYE, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Tech Choir '67-'70, Tech Community
Chorus '67-'70, MENC '67-'70, Mu Phi Epsilon '67-'70, Cor-
responding Secretary '68, Warden '69-'70.
FLATT, JERRY EDWIN, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal
Science, Delta Tau Alpha '69, Vice President '69, Block 8:
Bridle Club '68-'70, President '69, Reporter '6B.
FLATT, PAMELA JO, Granville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'69,
FLOOD, JOHN MICHAEL, Clinton, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Scabbard B Blade '69-'70, SNEA
'69-'70, Intramural Softball '67-'68.
FLOYD, EDDIE WAYNE, Hohenwald, Tennessee, B.S, in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '66-'69, AFS '66-'67, Intra-
mural Football '67-'69.
FLOYD, WILLIAM M., Richmond, Kentucky, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, Transferred from Eastern Kentucky University
'68, Young Republicans '67, Accounting Club '67, Pi
Kappa Alpha '68, NSPE '69-'70, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70,
ASB Treasurer '70.
FOLLIS, BETTY LYNN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Kappa Delta '68-'70, Freshman Engi-
neering Sweetheart '67,
FOREHAND, ANDREW MICHAEL, Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, AIAA '67-'70, Vice Presi-
dent '69, President '70, ASME '68-'70, NSPE '69-'70, Pi Tau
Sigma '69-'70, Treasurer '70.
FOREHAND, JANYCE CRAIN, Goodlettsville, Tennessee,
B,S. in Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-
'70, Kappa Omicron Phi '68-'70, Treasurer '70, AIAA
Sponsor '69, Pep Club '67,
FOUST, TROY LYNN, Lake City, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, HXPE Club '67, SNEA '67, Intramural
Football, Basketball, Softball '67-'69.
FOWLER, JAMES FOWLER, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70, NSPE '69-'70.
FOX, BOBBY CARTER, Galnesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agronomy, Tech Aggies '67-'70, President '69, Agronomy
Club '67-'70, Vice President '69, Alpha Gamma Sigma
FRAGOUPOULOS, CHRISTOS THEOLOGOS, Thessalo-
niki, Greece, B.S. in Mechanical 81 Electrical Engineering,
Cosmopolitan Club '65-'70, Vice President '65, President
'68, Greek Association '67-'69, Library Club '69, President
'69, ASME '68-'70, IEEE '68-'70, NSPE '68-'70, Soccer Team
FRAGOPOULOS, PEGGY ADAMS, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, Cosmopolitan Club '66-'69,
Corresponding Secretary '68, SNEA '69.
FRANKLIN, CARY DAVID, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70, CE Club '68-
'70, President '70, EJC '70, Intramural Football '67, Intra-
mural Basketball '67-'70,
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Becky Holliman, Kathy Howell and Stacy Farris
lead the procession to the classroom.
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FREEMAN, ROBERT ALAN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70, His-
torian '69, SAM '69-'70.
FREY, JEWELL DONNIE, JR., Estill Springs, Tennessee,
B.S. in Biology Education, Cheerleader '68-'70, Co-Cap-
FRITCH, JOHN NEILSON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Sociology, SEO '70.
FROUNFELKER, RICHARD EDWARD, Cookeville, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Engineering Science, AIAA '67-'70, Secretary
'68, President '69, ES Club '68-'70, Secretary '69, Kappa
Mu Epsilon '69-'70, Theta Tau '68-'70, NSPE '70, ASB Sena-
tor '70, Who's Who '70.
FUDGE, TOMMY L., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Chemis-
try, Biology Club '68-'70, Chemistry Medical Science
Club '68-'70, German Club '6B.
FUQUA, DURWARD BENTON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'67, AFS '67-'69, Pep
GAFFIN, DONALD TERRY, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Wildlife Management, ROTC Rifle Team '66-'67, Ranger
Executive Officer '68-'70, Scabbard In Blade '69, Intra-
mural Football '67-'70.
GAMBLE, DEWEY WAYNE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Scuba Club '68-'70, Secretary-Trea-
surer '70, Tech Skydivers '70,
GANDY, CHARLES E., Hohenwald, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70,
GANN, JAMES DEAN, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70.
GARRETT, JUDY CAROL, Allans, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-'69,
Sigma Sigma Sigma '69, Intramural Softball '69,
GEBHARDT, ALLEN SINCLAIR, Donelson, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Tech Players '67-'68, Lambda
Chi Alpha '67-69, Treasurer '68, Alpha Kappa Psi '68, ln-
tramural Track Team '69.
SEER, MILDRED JOHANNA, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, SNEA '68-'70, Secretary '70.
GENTRY, JUDY E., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Office
Management, Zeta Tau Alpha '69-'70, Intramural Volley-
ball '68-'69. Intramural Paddleball '67-'68.
GENTRY, ROBERT WILSON, Lexington, Kentucky, B.S. in
Business Management, Kappa Omega '68-'70, SAM '70,
IFC '69, Intramural Softball, Volleyball, Tennis, Football,
GEORGE, JOSEPH RICHARD, Lewisburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health If Physical Education, HLPE Club '67-'69, Vet-
erans Club '69, Intramural Basketball, Tennis '69.
GIBBS, PATRICIA DIANN, Spring City, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, Zeta Tau Alpha '68-'70, Trea-
surer '70, SNEA '70.
GIBSON, JOE A., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
GILBURTH, KENNETH RILEY, Newcomb, Tennessee, B.S.
in Chemical Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, AlChE
'68-'70, Co-Op Club '68-'69, Theta Tau '68-'70, Secretary
'70, Intramural Football '69-'70.
GILES, RALPH BLACKWELL, JR., Hopkinsville, Kentucky,
B.S. in Engineering Science, ES Club '68-'70, Treasurer
'70, NSPE '68-'70, Reporter '69.
GILLIAM, ROBERT LEE, Clinton, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '68-'69.
GIVENS, ROBERT LEE, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '66-'70, NSPE '68-'70, Soci-
ety of Engineers '66, Counselor '67-'69, Theta Tau '68-'70,
Vice President '70, Intramural Football, Basketball '66-'70.
GLASBOW, MICHAEL GARNER, Ashland City, Tennessee,
B.S. in Civil Engineering, Transferred from Vanderbilt
University '68, ROTC Rifle Team '66-'67, ROTC Color
Guard '67, Pi Sigma Kappa '66-'67.
GLEASON, WAYNE DAVIS, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '64-'70, AFS '64-'70, Veter-
ans Club '70.
GOFORTH, JOHN LEROY, Erwin, Tennessee, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, ASCE '68-'69, Co-Op Club '68, Society of
GOINS, PRESTON H., Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Society of Engineers '67, IT Club '68,
AIAA '67-'68, SAM '70, Lambda Chi Alpha '69-'70, Intra-
mural Softball '69-'70.
GOLDENBERG, JACK STEVEN, Newark, New Jersey, B.S.
in Engineering Science, Theta Tau '67-'70, Pledge Master
'68, Society of Engineering Science '66-'70, EJC Rep. '68,
AIAA '68-'70, Treasurer '68, NSPE '68-'70, EJC Rec. '69-'70,
Tech Aquatic Club '67, Intramural Softball and Football.
GOLDSTON, ELIZABETH ANN, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, SAM '66, SOBA '66, SNEA '66,
Intramural Basketball '67-'68, Intramural Foolball '67.
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GOSTEL, PATRICIA ANN, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, Golden Girl '67-'68, Kappa
Delta Pi '69-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, ACS '67-'68,
SNEA '67-'70, Pi Omega '67-'68, Gold Circle Award '69-
'70, Who's Who '70.
GOULD, JANET, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in Marketing.
GRAHAM, JOE T., Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Business
GRAVELY, RICHARD GARY, Jackson, Kentucky, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '69-'70.
GRAVES, JAMES RAY, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, Best Char-
acter Actor '68.
GRAVES, RONALD NELSON, Eagleville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agriculture Economics, Tech Aggies '68-'70, Ag Econom-
ics Club '68-'70, Secretary '68, President '69, Alpha
Gamma Sigma '68-'70, Corresponding Secretary '70, Delta
Tau Alpha '70, Vice President '70, SLP '68, ASB Senator
'69, Aggie Contact Staff '68-'69, Editor '69.
GRAY, GARY LEE, Clarkrange, Tennessee, B.S. in Medi-
cal Technology, Chemistry It Medical Science Club '70.
GREENE, WILLIAM A., Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, SNEA '70.
GREENWOOD, SAM D., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, Theta Tau Fraternity '69-'70, AIIE
GREGORY, JAMES DAVID, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu '68-'69, Tau Beta Pi
'68-'69, Kappa Mu Epsilon '69-'70, IEEE '68-'69, President
'69, Co-Op Club '68-'69, President '68, Intramural Basket-
ball '69, Who's Who '70.
GRISHAM, HARRY STEVEN, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S.
in History, Chemistry lr Medical Science Club '67-'69,
History Club '70, German Club '68, Pep Club '67, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon '67-'70, Intramural Softball, Football, Bas-
GROGAN, WILLARD GENE, Dayton, Tennessee, B.S. in
GROOMS, THOMAS FLETCHER, Shelbyville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Social Sciences, Pi Kappa Delta '67-'70, President
'68, '70, Kappa Omega '69-'70, IRC '68-'70, Speech Club
'67-'70, Karate Club '70, ASB Senator '69.
GROVES, JOHN CHARLES, Portland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health li Physical Education, HlrPE Club '67-'70, SNEA
'67-'70, Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball '67-'70,
GRUBB, TERRY STANLEY, Erwin, Tennessee, B.S. ln Civil
Engineering, ASCE '69-'70, Sigma Pl Epsllon '69, Intra-
mural Football, Basketball, Softball '69-'70.
GRUMBACH, HARRY EDWARD, JR., Vlrglnla Beach, Vlr-
glnla, B.S. ln Health li Physical Education, HIPE Club
'67-'70, SNEA '67-'70, Kappa Sigma '68-'70, Freshman
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GUNNELS, JAMES EDWARD, Allons, Tennessee: B.S. in
Civil Engineering: ASCE '70.
GUNTHERBERG, STEPHEN ANDREW, Elora, Tennessee:
B.S. in Secondary Education, Biology.
GUSCHKE, H. MICHAEL, Pulaski, Tennessee: B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology: AFS '68-'70, Treasurer '69, President
HACKETT, STEPHANIA ANN, Carthage, Tennessee: B.S. in
Business Education: Phi Gamma Nu '68-'70, Secretary '70,
Kappa Delta Pi '69, Speech Club '67, Freshman Debate
HACKNEY, FREDDIE ANDREW, Kingsport, Tennessee: B S.
in Industrial Technology: IT Club '69-'70, Resident Advi-
sor '67-'69, Co-Op Club '68-'69, Society of Engineers '66,
AFS '69, ASB Senator '69-'70, ASB Pulse Chairman '69,
ASB Homecoming Chairman '70, Kappa Omega '67-'70,
Parliamentarian '67, Historian '68, Secretary '69-'70,
Who's Who '70.
HAESE, RUSSELL DEAN, Oak Ridge, Tennessee: B.S. in
Physics: Physics Club '67-'70, President '70, Arts 81 Sci-
ences Council '70.
HAGAN, ANTHONY ENSLEY, Lebanon, Tennessee: B.S. in
Social Science: Transterred from Cumberland College
'68, SNEA '69,
HAIRSTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Union City, Tennessee:
B.A. in Engineering Science: Pep Club '66, Society of
Freshman Engineers '66, Tenn. Tech Choir '66-'68, Engi-
neering Joint Council '6B-'69, Treasurer '69, Society of En-
gineering Science '67-'70, National Society of Professional
Engineers '67-'70, Ethical Practices System lEngineering
Honor Systeml '68-'70, President '69, Theta Tau Profes-
sional Engineering Fraternity '68-'70, Corresponding Sec-
HALE, MARGARET ANN, Athens, Tennessee: B.S. in Busi-
ness Administration: Alpha Delta Pi '68-'70, ROTC Spon-
sor, '69, Intramural Football, Volleyball '69.
HALE, RICHARD J., Jacksonville Beach, Florida: B.S. in
Physical Education: Track Team '68-'69, "T" Club '68-'69,
H8rPE Club '68-'70, Lambda Chi Alpha '69-'70, Intra-
mural Softball, Football '69-'70,
HALEY, SARAH CAROLYN, Hartsville, Tennessee: B.S.in
Home Economics Education: Home Ec. Club '67, Library
Club '69, Counselor '69.
HALL, ALVIN VIRGIL, Midway, Tennessee: B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology: IT Club '69-'70, Intramural Football,
HALL, FRANK LEROY, JR., Sparta, Tennessee: B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology: Veterans Club '69-'70, IT Club '69-
'70, Scuba Club '70, Intramural Basketball '69-'70,
HALL, JANET RUTH, Hermitage, Tennessee: B.A. in En-
glish: Counselor '68-'70.
HALL, LINDA JOAN, Cleveland, Tennessee: B.S. in Busi-
ness Education: Pep Club '67, SNEA '67, Pi Omega Pi
'69-'70, Secretary '70,
HALL, ROBERT HENRY, Cookeville, Tennessee: B.S. in
Electrical Engineering: IEEE '70, Intramural Football, Bas-
HAMDORFF, MARGARET NAN, Dickson, Tennessee: B.S.
in Secondary Education, Biology: Transferred from David
Lipscomb College '69, SNEA '70.
HAMILTON, MARY ANN, Sweetwater, Tennessee: B.S. in
English: SNEA '67-'70, TWO Vice President '69, Dorm
President '68, Social Standards Council '67-'69, Phi Mu
'69-'70, Vice President '70, Senior Class Secretary '70, In-
tramural Softball '6B.
HANCOCK, ALFRED RAY, JR., Liberty, Tennessee: B.S. in
Civil Engineering: ASCE '67-'70, Theta Tau '68-'70.
HARDISON, ROY LANE, Columbia, Tennessee: B.S. in Ac-
HARGROVE, JUDITH PERRY, Brentwood, Tennessee: B.S.
in Secondary Education, English: Rho Epsilon Rho '66,
SNEA '66, Homespun Staff '67-'69, May Court '66.
HARLESS, JANIE LAWRENCE, Chattanooga, Tennessee:
B.S. in Elementary Education: SNEA '66-'67, Pep Club
'66-'67, ROTC Sponsor '69, Alpha Sigma Alpha '67-'70,
Vice President '68, President '69-'70, Intramural Football
HARRIS, RONALD SCOTT, Columbia, Tennessee: B.S. in
Mathematics: Pep Club '67, Math Club '67-'70, Social
Standards Council '67-'70, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, Cir-
cle K '67-'68, ASB Treasurer '68, ASB Senator '69, Senior
Class President '70, Intramural Softball '69, Intramural
Football '68, Who's Who '70.
HARROD, DOUGLAS GRAYSON, Athens, Tennessee: B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering: ASME '69-'70, Kappa Sigma
HARVILLE, JOSEPH GARY, Carthage, Tennessee: B.S. in
Mathematics: Math Club '67.
HATMAKER, NANCY ANN, LaFollette, Tennessee: B.S. in
History: SNEA '67, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Phi Alpha
Theta '70, IRA '70.
HAYES, BOBBY L., Liberty, Tennessee: B.S. in Agronomy:
Agronomy Club '67-'70,
HAYES, J. DENNIS, Nashville, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial
Engineering: IT Club '68-'69, Intramural Softball '69.
HAYES, J. STEPHEN, McKenzie, Tennessee, B.S. in Electri-
cal Engineering, IEEE '70.
HAYS, SANDRA ALEXANDER, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S.
in English, Alpha Sigma Alpha '67-'69, ISC Representa-
tive '69, SNEA '67, Pep Club '67, Intramural Football '68.
HEADY, DONALD WAYNE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
HEDDEN, LARRY HOWARD, Huntsville, Alabama, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Society of Engineers '66, Sigma Phi
Epsilon '67-'70, IT Club '68-'70, SEO '70, Intramural Foot-
ball, Basketball '69-'70,
HEISKELL, NANCY ANN, Sweetwater, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-'70,
Sigma Sigma Sigma '69-'70.
HELTON, FREDERICKA LAFEVER, Smithville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Elementary Education, Alpha Sigma Alpha '67-'69,
Secretary '68, SNEA '67, Young Republicans Club '67, In-
tramural Football, Basketball '67.
HELTON, SAMUEL THOMAS, Lebanon, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Tech Players '68-'70, Alpha Psi
HEMBREE, RONNIE DALE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, SAM '70.
HENDERSON, ALLEN LEE, Lewisburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
HENRY, JAMES PEYTON, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega '67-'70, Sec-
ond Vice President '69, ME Club '70, Soccer '68, Intra-
mural Football, Basketball, Softball '67-'70.
HENRY, LINDA CASE, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemistry, Biology Club '70, Chemistry Club '70, ACS
HENRY, RONALD GLOVER, Green Bay, Wisconsin, B.A.
in Chemistry, "T" Club '67-'70, Reporter '69, Alpha Tau
Omega '68-'70, Corresponding Secretary '69, Chemistry 81
Medical Science Club '69-'70, French Club '70, Intercolle-
giate Golf '67-'70, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball '69,
Who's Who '70.
HENSON, BAXTER MELOY, Jackson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, Society of Engineers '66, CE Club
'68-'69, AlChE '69-'70, Tech Rangers '65-'66, Intramural
HENSON, ELMER LEE, Ill, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Alpha Phi Omega '67-'70, Sargent at
Arms '70, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball '68-'70,
HEWITT, JANE HOPE, Clinton, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Transferred from University of Tennessee '66,
Pep Club '67, Accounting Club '67, Women's Rifle Team
HICKS, JOAN PETTY, Lewisburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, English, Transferred from Belmont Col-
lege '68, SNEA '68.
HILL, KATHERYN PHYLLIS, LaFollette, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '67-'69.
HILL, KENNETH FRANKLIN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agronomy, Tech Aggies '64-'68.
HILLIS, LADDIE ZERA, McMinnville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, American Foundryman's Society
'68-'70, Treasurer '70, Industrial Technology Club '68-'70,
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity '69-'70.
HILLIS, LONNIE EUGENE, Daisy, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, History, TMDO Vice-President '68,
President '69-'70, Alpha Phi Omega '68-'70, Social Stan-
dards Council '68-'69, Pep Club '66, Young Democrats
'66, Dorm President '66-'68, Who's Who '68, ASB Senator
'69-'70, Intramural Softball '66.
HINSON, JAMES ROBERT, Mt, Pleasant, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70, Veter-
ans Club '69-'70.
HITCHCOCK, GLEN HAROLD, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Agronomy, Agronomy Club '69-'70, Vice President
'70, Tech Aggies '68-'70, Intramural Football '67-'69.
HITCHCOCK, J. C. JR., Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in Me-
chanical Engineering, Co-Op Club '66-'69, ASME '70.
HITCHCOCK, LONNIE GRAY, McMinnville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
HIX, FRED WAYNE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Business
HIX, JO CAROLE, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in Mar-
keting, Marketing Club '67-'70, Secretary '69, Sigma Iota
Epsilon '68-'70, Secretary '69, Alpha Delta Pi '68-'70, Rush
Chairman '70, ISC '69-'70, Treasurer '70, Junior Class
Beauty '69, TMDO Calender Girl '70, Cheerleader '69-'70,
Intramural Basketball, Football, Volleyball '68-'69, Home-
coming Court '70.
HOBBS, ROBERT SMITH, Lewisburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
HODGES, BETTY JOYCE, Spencer, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
HODGES, DAN GALEN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Tech Choir '66, Delta Tau Delta '67-
'70, Treasurer '67, Vice President '68-'69, Tech Rangers
'66, Alpha Kappa Psi '70, Tech Track Team '67, Intra-
mural Basketball '67,
HODGES, GLORIA COTHRON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Education, ROTC Sponsor '69, Phi Gamma Nu'
'68-'70, SNEA '70, Intramural Softball '68.
HOLDER, WANDA KAYE, Bolivar, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'69, Pep Club '67, TWO
Board '67, President Marshall Hall '67, Counselor '68-'70,
Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70, Eagle Staff '67, ASB Senator '69,
Secretary Sophomore Class '68, Gold Circle '68-'70, His-
torian '70, Zeta Tau Alpha '67-'70, President '70, ISC '68-
'70, Historian '69, Rush Chairman '70, Who's Who '7lJ.
HOLLAND, SANDRA LEE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Alpha Delta Pi '68-
'70, Corresponding Secretary '70, ISC '69, Corresponding
Secretary '69, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Secretary '70, Eagle
Staff '67-'69, Greeks Editor '69, ROTC Sponsor '68, Intra-
mural Football, Softball, Basketball '68-'70, Intramural
HOLLINGSWORTH, CLAYTON EDWARD, Doyle, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Animal Science, Alpha Gamma Sigma '68-
'70, Tech Aggies '69-'70, Corresponding Secretary '69,
Block 8: Bridle Club '68-'70, Treasurer '69-'70.
HOLMAN, JUDY, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Secondary
Education, English, SNEA '67-'69.
HOLT, BETSY JAYNE, Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, Counselor '68-'69.
HOLT, HUGH H., Newport, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial
Technology, IT Club '68-'70, Treasurer '70, AFS '69-'70, ln-
tramural Basketball '67-'70.
HOOPER, DAVID CARL, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Kappa Omega '68-'70, Alpha
Kappa Psi '68-'70, SAM '70, Intramural Basketball, Soft-
HORNE, DORRIS N., Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Bi-
ology, Biology Club '69-'70, Tech Rangers '66-'68, Scab-
bard 8: Blade '68-'69, Counselor '67-'69, Biology Staff '69,
Alpha Sigma Psi '68-'69, Delta Tau Delta '69-'70, German
HORTON, BLANCHE CHRISTINE, Harriman, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management.
HOUSTON, MARGARET JANET, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health 8: Physical Education, HEPE Club '67-'70, SNEA
'67-'70, Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball '67-'69.
HOWARD, MARY FRANCES, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education.
HOYLE, GARY EARL, Winchester, Tennessee, B.S. in
HUDDLESTON, CAROLYN LOUISE, McMinnville, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Elementary Education, SNEA '70.
HUDGENS, RICHARD THOMAS, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S,
in Business Management, Homespun Staff '68-'70, Intra-
mural Golf '67-'68.
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HUDGENS, ROY DOUGLAS, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Chemistry, ACS '68-'70, German Club '68, Interfaith
Council '67, Chemistry Club '68.
HUDSON, GARY A., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
HUDSON, JOHN PAUL, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70, Sigma
Iota Epsilon '69-'70, SAM '69-'70, Who's Who '70.
HUDSON, MICHAEL AUBREY, Camden, Tennessee, B.S.
in Biology, Biology Club '67-'69, Intramural Football '67-
HUFFINES, DANNY JOE, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8: Physical Education, Freshman Basketball '67,
Varsity Baseball '67-'70, "T" Club '68-'70, SNEA '68-'70,
HEPE Club '68-'70, Intramural Basketball, Football '67-
HUFFINES, JENNIE DYCUS, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, SNEA '68-'70, Treasurer '69,
Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70,
HUGGINS, MICHAEL DAVID, Madison, Tennessee, B.S.
in History, Intramural Football, Basketball, Tennis '67-'69.
HULL, DONALD CORDELL, Hohenwald, Tennessee, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma '69-'70, Presi-
dent '70, ASME '69-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '70, Trans-
ferred from Freed-Hardeman College '68,
HUMMEL, JOHN H., Dayton, Ohio, B.S. in Business Man-
agement, lntramural Softball '68-'69.
HUNT, STEVEN CRAIG, Savannah, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Band '67, Tech Choir 81 Chorus '67-'70,
Phi Mu Alpha '68-'70, MENC '67, ROTC Band '67-'70, Ex-
ecutive Officer '69-'70.
HUTSON, J. MARVIN, Cleveland, Tennesee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Lambda Chi Alpha '68-'70, Vice President '69,
Accounting Club '69-'70, Intramural Football, Softball
IHRIE, RONALD LEE, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
IKARD, CYNTHIA ROWE, Decherd, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Administration, Pep Club '68, Kappa Delta '68-
'70, Recording Secretary '70, Transferred from Wesleyan
IRVIN, TERA SHELBY, Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in Elemen-
tary Education, SNEA '68-'70.
JACKSON, GEORGE EVERETT, Claymont, Delaware, B.S.
in Animal Husbandry, Intramural Softball, Basketball
JAMES, JUDY CAROL, Springfield, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '69-'70, Kappa Delta '69-'70.
JANEWAY, HELEN ESTHER, Maryville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '67-'70, Vice President
'69, SEO '69-'7O.
JARRELL, NANCY FAYE, Clarksville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, TWO Board '67, Phi Mu '67-'70, Sec-
ond Vice President '69-'70, Eagle Staff '69-'70, Assistant
Greeks Editor '70, Counselor '68-'70, Phi Beta Lambda
'70, Business Club '69, Home Ec. Club '67, Alpha Kappa
Psi Sweetheart '70, Business Curriculum Committee '70,
Intramural Football '67-'69.
JEAN, JAMES MAURICE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.A. in
History, German Club '68-'70, IRC '69-'70, Vice President
'70, Phi Alpha Theta '69-'70,
JENKINS, INA McDONALD, Ashland City, Tennessee, B.S.
in Home Economics Education.
JEWELL, RICHARD EUGENE, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70, Sigma
Iota Epsilon '69-'70, Treasurer '70, SAM '70.
JOHNS, EUGENE JUDSON, JR., Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management, Sigma Phi Delta '69-'70,
Amateur Radio Club '67-'68, Intramural Tennis '69.
JOHNSON, BRENDA ANNE, Brockport, New York, B.S. in
Health Bt Physical Education, SNEA '67, HIKPE Club '67-
'69, Gymnastics Club '68-'69, Intramural Softball '67, In-
tramural Basketball, Tennis, Badminton '69,
JOHNSON, CHARLIE RICHARD, North Wilkesboro, North
Carolina, B.S. in Political Science, Veterans Club '68- 70,
President '70, IRC '70.
JOHNSON, DAVID WINTERS, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S.
in Civil Engineering, ASCE '70, Sigma Phi Epsilon '70,
Varsity Football '68, Intramural Softball, Football '70.
JOHNSON, DIANA, Rock Island, Tennessee, B,S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Sociology, Alpha Sigma Alpha '69,
ROTC Sponsor '69.
JOHNSON, EDDIE GARLAND, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
JOHNSON, EMMA JEWEL, Pikeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Kappa Omicron Phi '68-'70,
Home Ec. Club '67-'70.
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tic pace of studying.
JOHNSON, FRIEDA LOUISE, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, SNEA '66-'68.
JOHNSON, ROGER DALE, Watertown, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Social Science.
JOLLEY, RANDALL EARL, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, Biology, Sigma Phi Epsilon '68-
'70, Recorder '69, HEPE Club '67, SNEA '69-'70, Intra-
mural Basketball, Softball '67-'69.
JONES, DIANNA GAIL, Bradenton, Florida, B.S. in Home
JONES, GWENETH LEATRICE, Sunbright, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, SN EA '68-'69,
JONES, LARRY NELSON, Long Beach, California, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Alpha Tau Omega '68-'70, Cheer-
leader '70, Senior Class Treasurer '70, Scuba Club '70,
Varsity Track '69, Intramural Football, Track '69-'70.
JONES, MERVYN DAVID, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in En-
gineering Science, ES Club '67-'69, AIAA '67-'68, NSPE
'67, SEO Chairman '68, Phi Delta Theta '67-'70, Historian
'67, Treasurer '68, President '70, ASB Senator '6'7, Intra-
mural Football, Basketball '67-'69.
JONES, ROGER LEWIS, Rocky Mount, Virginia, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Transferred from Virginia Com-
monwealth University '70, Epsilon Pi Sigma '68-'69, Stu-
dent Government Association '68-'69,
JONES, RONALD WALLACE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mathematics, Counselor '67-'70,
JUDKINS, JOE R., Sunbright, Tennessee, B.S. in History,
Lambda Chi Alpha '68-'70, IRC '69-'70, Intramural Foot-
ball, Basketball, Track '68-'70. 'QT
KEETON, PHILIP DAVID, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Alpha Kappa Psi '70, Intramural Basketball,
Football, Softball '67-'69. fa'
KEISLING, PAULINE LOURA, Monroe, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health Br Physical Education.
KELLER, CLARA KATHERINE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'69, SNEA
KEMMER, BARBARA JANE, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 81 Physical Education, HGPE Club '67-'70, Trea-
surer '7O, Gymnastics Club '68, Intramural Basketball,
Softball, Tennis, Badminton '67-'70.
KENNEDY, WILLIAM LARRY, Rickman, Tennessee, B.S. in -ev
Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies '67-'70, Block 8: Bridle
Club '69-'70, Secretary '70, Delta Tau Alpha '69-'70.
KING, JOHNNY VANCE, Sparta, Tennessee, B,S. in Busi-
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ness Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '6?-'70, Secretary '70,
Intramural Football '69-'70,
IT major learn elding procedure
KING, PEGGY LYNNE MASON, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '67-'68, Kappa
Omicron Phi '6B-'70.
KINNAIRD, JUDITH ANN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mathematics, TWO Board '68, Town Council '69, Math
Club '67-'70, Secretary '69, President '70, Arts li Sciences
Council '70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, Kappa Delta '68-
'70, Corresponding Secretary '69, Scholarship Chairman
'69-'70, Intramural Football '69.
KINSOLVING, JOSEPH RAY, Goodlettsville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management, Alpha Phi Omega, '69-'70,
Recording Secretary '70, Sports Car Club '68.
KIRKPATRICK, MARION BAKER, Lebanon, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '65-'70, EJC '70, AFS
KIRKPATICK, ROBERT DEAN, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, AIChE '67-'70, Tau Beta Pi
'70, Corresponding Secretary '70, ACS '70.
KITCHELL, JOSEPH VIYCKOFF, JR., Union, New Jersey,
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Pep Club '67-'69, Society
of Engineers '67, NSPE '68-'70, IEEE '68-'70, Tech Skydivers
'67-'69, Scabbard i Blade '69-'70, Tech Rangers '68.
KNIGHT, ALTON RAY, Carthage, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mathematics, Speech Club '67, Math Club '67, Debate
Team '67, German Club '67, SNEA '69-'70.
KNOLL, JOSEPH CARL, South Pittsburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70, NSPE '68-'70, Tau
Beta Pi '69-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, Eta Kappa Nu
'69-'70, Theta Tau '68,
KNOWLES, THOMAS WESLEY, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in
Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies '69-'70, Reporter '69,
President '70, Block In Bridle Club '68-'70, Alpha Gamma
Sigma '68-'70, Intramural Football '67-'70.
KYLE, JAMES RICHARD, Athens, Tennessee, B.S. in
Geology, Society of Engineers '66, CE Club '68, Co-Op
Club '67, Geology Club '69-'70, Circle K '68-'70, Trea-
surer '70, Intramural Softball '68.
LAFEVER, RAY DONALD, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in
LAMB, JAMES HAMILTON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Delta Phi '67, Theta Tau
'68-'70, Secretary '70, IEEE '66-'67, ASME '67-'70, NSPE
'66-'70, ASB Senator '69, Intramural Football, Basketball,
LAMBERT, FREDRIC ALTON, JR., Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, AFS '67,
LANG, KENNETH FRANK, Katcnah, New York, B.S. in
Biology, Delta Tau Delta '68-'70, Treasurer '68, Karate
Club '67, Intramural Basketball '69-'70.
LANHAM, GWENDOLYN LOUISE, LaFoIIette, Tennessee,
B.S. in Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '66-'68,
LANSFORD, JIM WILLIAM, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agronomy, Agronomy Club '69-'70, Corresponding Secre-
tary '70, Tech Aggies '68-'70, Alpha Gamma Sigma '69-
'70, Vice President '70, Delta Tau Alpha '70, Secretary
'70, Veterans Club '67-'68, Intramural Basketball '6B.
Useful application of electrical welding is an essen-
tial for IT majors.
LAWRENCE, JAMES A., Henderson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta '67-'70, ASCE '68-'70,
CE Club '69-'70, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball
LAWRENCE, STEPHEN WILSON, Watertown, Tennessee,
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '69-'70, Speleophiles
LAWS, BRENDA GAIL, Calverton, Virginia, B.S. in Busi-
ness Education, SNEA '69-'70.
LAYCOCK, JAMES REED, II, Athens, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, AIIE
'69-'70, Sigma Phi Epsilon '67-'70, President '70.
LAYNE, REBA SHARON, Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8: Physical Education, HKPE Club '67-'69, SNEA
'67, Chi Omega Beta '67-'68, Secretary '68, Alpha Sigma
Alpha '69, Intramural Football '67-'69, Intramural Volley-
LEDFORD, JUDITH CAROLYN, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '67-'69.
LEE, CAROL ANNETTE, McMinnville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Math, SNEA '67-'70, Treasurer '70,
Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '67-'70, Pep
Club '68, Intramural Softball, Football '68-'69.
LEONARD, CHARLES SPURGEON, JR., Chattanooga, Ten-
nessee, B.S. in Industrial Technology, Alpha Phi Omega
'69-'70, Tech Rangers '67-'70, Commander '70, Scabbard 81
Blade '70, AFS '67-'70, IT Club '67-'68, Intramural Foot-
ball, Softball '68-'70.
LEWEY, JAMES MARSHALL, Tuscumbia, Albama, B.S. in
Health lx Physical Education, "T" Club '67-'69, HBIPE
Club '67-'68, Fellowship of Christian Athletes '67-'69, Var-
sity Football '66-'68, Intramural Basketball '67-'69.
LEWIS, SHERRIL ANN, Rickman, Tennessee, B.S. in Soci-
LEWIS, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Biology, Chemical In Medical Sciences Club '68-'70,
Debate Team '67-'68, Pi Kappa Delta '67-'68, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon '67-'70, Vice President '69, President '70.
LIGON, LARRY BLAND, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '69.
LINDSAY, CHARLES DAVID, LaFolIette, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology.
LINNELL, DOUGLAS NORMAN, Kenton, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Intramural Basketball, Soft
LINNELL, RENARD DAVID, Kenton, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70, Intramural Basket-
LITTLEJOHN, NATHAN RAYMOND, ll, Memphis, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Political Science, IRC '68-'69.
LIVELY, ROGER LEE, Oliver Springs, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70.
LOFTIS, PHILIP GENE, Baxter, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
dustrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha '68-'70, IFC '69-
'70, Vice President '70, Cheerleader '69-'70, Circle K '69-
'70, IT Club '67-'70, Vice President '70, TMDO Treasurer
'69, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball '68-'70.
LOGGINS, JAMES ROGER, Mountain City, Tennessee,
B.S. in Marketing, Oracle Staff '67-'70, Business Manager
'70, Sigma Phi Epsilon '69-'70.
LOOPER, LILLIE ANN, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '70, Intramural Basket-
LOOPER, SHELIA DIANA, Rickman, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, SNEA '66, Phi Beta Lambda '65-'67,
Vice President '67, Phi Gamma Nu '68-'70, Treasurer '69,
ABC '69, Secretary-Treasurer '69, Kappa Delta '69-'70,
SAM '69, Counselor '69, Pep Club '68.
LOVE, RONNIE JOE, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Veterans Club '6B-'70, Alpha Kappa
LOVELL, CHARLES EDWARD, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, AFS '67-'70, IT Club '67-'70,
Co-Op Club '68-'69, Intramural Basketball '67.
LOVELL, ELIZABETH ANN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B,S.
LOWE, ROBERT JACKSON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Engineering, Scuba Club '65-'70, President '69, IEE '67-
'70, NSPE '67-'70.
LUTHER, PAUL FRANKLIN, JR., Bon Aqua, Tennessee,
B.S. in Wildlife Management, Delta Tau Delta '69-'70,
President '69, Alpha Sigma Psi '67-'68, Vice President '67,
IFC '68-'70, Treasurer '70, French Club '69, Tech Rangers
'67, Intramural Football, Softball '68-'70, Intramural Bas-
LYNN, CHARLES STEPHEN, LaGrange, Georgia, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, AIIE '69-'70, "T" Club '67-'70,
Secretary '68, Alpha Tau Omega '68-'70, Tennis Team
'67-'70, Captain '69, Intramural Basketball '69, Who's
McCALEB, BARBARA SUE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, English.
McCLAlN, LEMUEL R., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '67-'69.
McCLANAHAN, LINDA LOU, Lafayette, Tennessee, B.A.
in English, English Club '70, Oracle Entertainment Editor
MCCORMICK, DONALD LOUIS, Livingston, Tennessee,
B.S. in Animal Husbandry.
McCORMlCK, TOMMY F., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. In
McCULLOUGH, BOBBY RAY, Carthage, Tennessee, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, Scabbard 81 Blade '69-'70, Pi
Tau Sigma '69-'70, ASME '70,
McCULLOCH, JERE NEAL, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, B.S. in
History, Sigma Alpha Epsilon '68-'70, Vice President '68.
MCDONALD, KENNEY F., Medina, Tennessee, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, ASCE '70.
McDONALD, LARRY JAY, Meridian, Mississippi, B.S. in
MCGAHA, WILLIAM DUDLEY, Alcoa, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '68-'70, Karate Club '67-'70.
MCGAUGHY, JAMES LEGRAND, Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Accounting, Intramural Basketball, Softball '68-'70.
MCHENRY, JOSEPH MANN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'68, Sigma Phi Epsilon
McKEE, LESTER PAUL, Gordonsville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education Social Science, Kappa Delta Pi '69-
'70, President '70.
McKENZlE, JEROME FRANKLIN, Uak Ridge, Tennessee,
B.S. in Biology, Tau Kappa Epsilon '68-'70, Intramural
Football, Basketball, Softball '68-'70.
McMlNN, WESLEY THOMAS, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Engineering Science, Kappa Mu Epsilon '67-'70.
MCNABB, LARRY DAVID, Bloomington Springs, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mathematics, Math Club '67.
McNElLL, MARIE HENRY, Knoxville, Tennessee B.S. in Bi-
ology, Band '68,
McNELLY, JAMES LARRY, Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
McREYNOLDS, WALTER STANLEY, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, AFS '69-'70,
MADDUX, MARGARET ALICE, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Sociology, Odyssey Club '67, Sociology Club '69,
Christian Student Group '67, Kappa Delta '67-'70, Presi-
MAHLER, JAMES WALTER, JR., Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Engineering, IE Club '69-'70, Society of
MAHLER, ROBERT LLOYD, Manchester, Tennessee, B.S,
in Accounting, Tech Rangers '67, Young Republicans
MAINORD, JUDY ANN, Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in Home
Economics, Home Ec. Club '67, Tech Chorus '67.
MAJORS, TONY HOUSTON, Hartsville, Tennessee, B.S, in
Secondary Education, HBPE Club '67, SNEA '70, Intra-
mural Softball '69-'70.
MALONE, CHARLOTTE ANN, Harrison, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Administration, Pi Omega Pi '70, Treasurer '70.-
MANFULL, EDWARD M., Erwin, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Kappa Omega '67-'70, Circle K '68-'69, IFC So-
cial Parol Board '69-'70, IntramuraI'FootbaII, Softball
MANN, ALVIN L., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Dairy
Husbandry, Block li Bridle '66-'70, Tech Aggies '66-'70,
Sigma Phi Epsilon '69-'70.
MANTLO,-JAMES RONALD, Springfield, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '68-'70, AFS '68-'70,
Kappa Omega '70.
MARQUARDT, JAMES EARL, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Alpha Phi Omega '68-'70, IT Club
'69-'70, AFS '67-'70, Intramural Softball, Football '67-'69.
MARRS, KELSO, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in Business
Management, Veterans Club '69-'70, SAM '69-'70, Trans-
ferred from Middle Tennessee State University '68.
MARTIN, ANDREW D., Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
MARTIN, LEONARD, JR., Johnson City, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, IE Club '70, Delta Tau Delta '69-
'70, Corresponding Secretary '70, Intramural Football,
MASON, WILLIAM LARRY, Chestnut Mound, Tennessee,
B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Block 81 Bridle Club '7U.
MASTERS, COLIN K., Lynchburg, Tennessee, BS. in
Health 81 Physical Education, "T" Club '67-'70, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon '6?-'70, Intramural Basketball, Football
MASTERSON, RONALD FRED, Spring City, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management.
MATHERLY, EVELYN GAYLE, Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '67, Alpha Sigma
Alpha '68-'70, Vice President '7O.
MATTHEWS, LARRY D., Jamestown, Tennesse, B.S. in Ac-
MATTHEWS, LINDSEY TURNER, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, Theta Tau '63-'70, IEEE '68-'70,
MAXWELL, RICKY BRUCE, Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agronomy, Agronomy Club '69-'70, Recording Secretary
'70, Tech Aggies '69-'70.
MAY, NORMAN FIELDEN, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Alpha Phi Omega '69-'70,
MEANS, JAMES HAROLD, Rickman, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agronomy, Tech Aggies '67-'70, Treasurer '67, Secretary
'70, Alpha Gamma Sigma '67-'70, Parliamentarian '70,
Agronomy Club '67-'70, Reporter '69, Delta Tau Alpha
'69-'70, Scabbard 8 Blade '69-'70.
MERCER, NANCY LOUISE, Ten Mile, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, Transferred from Hiwassee Junior
College '68, SNEA '69-'70, Intramural Football, Softball
MESSINA, TERRY EDWARD, Madison, Tennessee, B,S. in
Secondary Education, Kappa Omega '67-'70, Historian
'68, SNEA '69-'70, Intramural Bowling '67, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Football, Volleyball '68-'69, Varsity Track '69,
METZGER, LYNN M., Spring City, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Veterans Club '68-'69, Secretary '69,
MICHLINK, FRED PAUL, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, AlChE '64-'70, Circle K '68-'70,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon '69-'70, Co-Op Club '68-'70, Intra-
mural Football, Softball '64-'70.
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MIGLIORE, THURMAN MICHAEL, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Marketing, Marketing Club '68-'70, President '70,
Alpha Tau Omega '66-'70, Circle K '66, Student-Faculty
Exploratory Committee Chairman '70, Intramural Softball
MIGLIORE, VICKI SMITH, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, Phi Mu '67-'70, Alpha Tau Omega
MILLER, FRED STEPHEN, Decatur, Tennessee, B.S. in Ani-
mal Husbandry, Alpha Gamma Sigma '67-'70, Phi Delta
Theta '69-'70, Historian '70, Tech Aggies '67-'70, ASB Sen-
MILLER, JIM F., JR., Brownsville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, Kappa Omega '68-'70, Treasurer '68,
Freshman Football '67, Intramural Football, Basketball,
Softball, Volleyball '66-'70.
MILLER, ORION C., Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Treasurer '70,
Kappa Mu Epsilon '70, President '70, SNEA '67-'69.
MINGIE, KENNETH MICHAEL, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Social Science.
MITCHELL, CLIFFORD PAUL, Ten Mile, Tennessee, B.S.
in Agricultural Science, Tech Aggies '69-'70, Pep Club
'67, Agronomy Club '68-'69.
MITCHELL, EDDIE LYNN, Bradford, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, NSPE '69-'70,
MOFFITT, DEBORAH JANETQ, Spencer, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Phi Gamma Nu '69-'70.
MONKS, MYRA GALE, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in El-
ementary Education, Transferred from Martin College '68,
MONTAGUE, RONALD ARTHUR, Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemistry, ACS '66-'70, Oracle Staff '69, ASB Sena-
tor, '70, Intramural Football '70, Intramural Basketball
MONTGOMERY, RONNIE L., Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Finance.
MOON, ROBERT ABNER, Decatur, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
MOORE, CONNIE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Elementary
Education, Transferred from Freed-Hardeman College '69,
MOORE, JIMMIE TERRELL, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Social Science, SNEA '68-'69, Vice
President '69, Young Democrats Club '69-'70.
MOORE, JOHN W., JR., Jasper, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
counting, Kappa Omega '67-'70, Secretary '69, Alpha
Kappa Psi '69-'70, President '70, SAM '68-'70, ASB Sena-
tor '70, Junior Class Vice President '69, Intramural Bas-
ketball '68-'70, Who's Who '70.
MORGAN, JOHN ELLIOTT, Goodlettsville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, AIChE '68-'70, Society of
Engineers '67, ACS '69-'70, Intramural Basketball, Soft-
ball, Football '68-'70.
MORRIS, LINDA T., Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Phi Mu '68-'70, SNEA '68-'69.
MORRISON, MICHAEL WEBSTER, Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma '68-'70,
Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, ASME '69-'70, Co-Op Club
'67-'69, Intramural Basketball '68,
MORTGAT, CHRISTIAN PIERRE, Brussels, Belgium, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, French Club '67-'69, Cosmopolitan
Club '67-'69, Tech Players '69, Kappa Mu Epsilon '69,
MOSER, MARSHALL WILLIAM, JR., Nashville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, AFS '67-'70,
Tau Kappa Epsilon '69-'70, ASB Senator '70.
MOSER, PATRICIA SUE HOLLIS, Clarksville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, Pep Club '67, SNEA '67-'69,
Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'69, Kappa Delta Pi '69, TWO
Board '69, Phi Mu '68-'69, Corresponding Secretary '69,
Gold Circle Award '68, Who's Who '70.
MOSER, RALPH WILLARD, Harrison, Tennessee, B.S. in
MULLICAN, JOANNA, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Home
Economics, Home Ec. Club '67-'70,
MULLINIX, MICHAEL LEE, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
MULLINS, JOSEPH CHARLES, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Agriculture Economics, American Farm Economics As-
sociation '68-'70, President '69.
MULLINS, RAFFORD GENE, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8 Physical Education, "T" Club '67-'70, Tau
Kappa Epsilon '69-'70, HIIPE Club '68-'69, Student Sports
Trainer '66-'70, Intramural Football, Basketball '69-'70.
MUNDY, CARSIE DURHAM, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-
'70, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70.
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MURFF, CAROL BEASLEY, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S, in
Elementary Education, Sigma Sigma Sigma '68-'70, Pep
Club '67-'68, Intramural Football, Softball '67-'68,
MURPHY, FRED ANTHONY, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, Co-Op Club
'67-'69, NSPE '68-'70, ASCE '68-'70, Treasurer '70, Intra-
mural Softball '68.
MURPHY, GLEN ARTHUR, Cookville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, SAM '70, Intramural Basketball,
MUSE, MARILOU, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70,
Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, SNEA '67-'70, Pep Club '68, Intra-
mural Softball, Football '68-'70.
NASH, CHARLES LEE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '67-'70, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
'68-'70, Tech Rangers '65-'66, NSPE '69-'70, SEO '68-'69,
NEAL, BRUCE ALLEN, Erwin, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial
Technology, IT Club '70, Co-Op Club '67-'69, Sports Car
NEAL, CLYDUS DIANN, Rickman, Tennessee, 8.5. in Busi-
ness Education, Phi Gamma Nu '68-'69, Editor, '69, Pi
Omega Pi '68-'69, President '69.
NEBLETT, JEFFREY WAYNE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Society of Engineers '66, ASME
'68-'70, Alpha Tau Omega '68-'70, Phi Kappa Lambda
'67-'68, Intramural Softball, Basketball '68-'70.
NELSON, DONALD MARTIN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Lambda Chi Alpha '67-'70, Alpha
Kappa Psi '69-'70, Tech Players '68-'70, Intramural Soft-
ball, Basketball '68.
NELSON, RUFUS WALTER, Shelbyville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, Alpha Kappa Psi '68-'69, ROTC Band
NELSON, SAMUEL CLYDE, Lake City, Tennessee, 8.5. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '70.
NIXON, GARY LaNEAL, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Chemistry, Medical 8: Chemical Sci-
ences Club '66-'68.
NOLAN, PHILLIP RYAN, Bruceton, Tennessee, 8.5. in Me-
chanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70, President '70, Pl Tau
Sigma '70, Recording Secretary '70, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70,
Co-Op Club '68, EJC '70, Who's Who '70.
NORRIS, JAMES RAY, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in Health
lr Physical Education, H8rPE Club '68-'70, Kappa Delta Pi
'69-'70, Varsity Baseball '69-'70, Intramural Basketball '68,
Who's Who '70.
O'CONNOR, PATTI LOUISE, Hermitage, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, TWO '66-'70, Treasurer '69,
Alpha Delta Pi '67-'70, Treasurer '69 Ir Vice-President,
Health lr Physical Education Club '68, Counselor '69,
OGLE, KENNETH LAVOY, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha '69-'70, High
Gamma lr High Phi, Kappa Epsilon '69-'70, President,
Chemical Engineering Club '69-'70.
ONYEBUAGU, CHARLES SUNDAY, Biafra-Nigeria, B,S. in
Business Management, Cosmopolitan Club '69-70, Vice-
President '69-'70, Debating Club '69-'70, Management
OOTEN, JUDY PERKINS, Wartburg, Tennessee, B.S, in El-
ementary Education, SNEA '65-'69,
OOTEN, RONALD TERRY, Oakdale, Tennessee, B.S, in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '69-'70, Treasurer '70, Tau
Beta Pi '69-'70, Vice-President '70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-'70,
Treasurer '70, Scabbard 8 Blade '70, Theta Tau '70,
OWENS, CHARLES EDWARD, Decatur, Albama, B.S, in
Business Management, Alpha Kappa Psi '69-'70, Society
for Advancement of Management '69-'70.
OWENS, EDWARD LEE, Daisy, Tennessee, B,S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '69-'70.
OWENS, ELLIS GENE, Morristown, Tennessee, B,S. in
Health 81 Physical Education, Health 81 Physical Education
Club '69-'70, Scabbard 81 Blade '69-'70, Intramural Foot-
ball '66-'70, Intramural Basketball '66-'70.
PACK, KENNETH H. Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi- 'kl-
ness Management, Freshmen Baseball '67, Varsity Base-
ball '68-'70, Intramural Football '68-'70, Intramural Bas-
PACK JR., WILLIAM FRANCIS, Tullahoma, Tennessee,
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, ASME '68-'69, Pi Tau
Sigma '69, Intramural Softball '69, Intramural Football
PANGLE, CHARLES COPENHAVER, ll, Cookeville, Ten-
nessee, B.S. in Business Management, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon '66-'70, Marketing Club '68, Scabbard and Blade
'68-'70, Tech Rangers '65-'66, Tennis lnterschool '67, Inter-
Fraternity Football, Softball, Basketball '66-'70. inu-
PARK, SUSAN LYNN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Pep Club '66, SNEA '66-'70, Alpha
Delta Pi '7O.
PARKE, GARY ALLEN, Winchester, Tennessee, B.S. in En-
PARKER, JOHN WESLEY, Manchester, Tennessee, B.S, in
Animal Husbandry, Block and Bridle Club '67-'70, Pho-
tographer '70, Alpha Gamma Sigma '68-'70, Steward '70,
PARKHILL, WILLIAM F., Newburgh, New York, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Kappa Omega '67-'70, Vice-Pres:dent
'68-'69, Circle K '67-'70, President '69-'70,
PARKS, JANET LOUISE, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in Music
Education, Tech Marching Band '67-'70, Concert Band
'67-'70, MENC '67-'68, Tech Players '68-'69, Arena Players' -Q--W
PARNELL, JANIE LOU, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education-Biology, SNEA '68-'69, Library Club '69.
PARSLEY, ALVIE VESTER, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Histcry, History Club '66-'67, SNEA NCSS '68-'69, Foot-
ball '66-'69, Baseball '67-'69.
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PARSONS, CONSTANCE RACKLEY, Crossville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club '66-'67,
PARSONS, STEPHEN JOSEPH, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Accounting, Sigma Iota Epsilon '69-'70, Vice President
'69-'70, Accounting Club '69-'70,
PATEL, DEVENDRA C., Itola, Gujaret, India, M.S. in
Mathematics, Cosmopolitan Club '70.
PATEL, JAGDISH I., Borsad, Sujarat, India, B.S in Me-
chanical Engineering, Cosmopolitan Club '68-'70, INDIA
Association, ASME '69-'70,
PATEL, VINOD C., Khandhli, India, B.S. in Industrial En-
gineering, Cosmopolitan Club '69-'70, Associate member
PATTERSON, BOYD MARSCELL, Columbia, Tennessee,
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'69,
PATTERSON, JR., JAMES GAINS, Columbia, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Veterans Club '65-'68, Wes-
ley Singers '67-'70, Alpha Phi Omega '67-'70, Vice-Presi-
dent '67-'6B, President '70,
PATTERSON, JENA MERLE, Manchester, Tennessee, B.S. in
Medical Technology, Intramural Basketball '66-'69, Intra-
mural Bowling '67.
PEARSON, CHARLES ALLAN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Accounting, Tennessee Tech Rifle Team '66-'68, Team
PEARSON, MARJORIE HESTON, Ocoee, Tennessee, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, TWO '66-'70, Tennessee Tech
Diving Club '64-'65, Girl's Rifle Team Captain '67-'68.
PELLICCIOTTI, ALICE SIMPSON, Lynchburg, Tennessee,
B.S. in Home Economics Education, Kappa Omicron Phi
'68-'69, Kappa Delta Pi '69, Home Economics Club '67-
PEOPLES, HOYTE DEAN, South Pittsburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, Intramural Football '67-'69, ln-
dustrial Technology Club '67-'70, President '70, AFS '67-
'7o, EJC '70,
PERKINS, JACKSON L., Columbus, Georgia, B.S. in In-
dustrial Technology, Circle K Club Secretary '68-'69,
Vice-President '69-'70, IT Club '69-'70, Oracle '68, BSU
Softball '68, BSU Basketball '69.
PERKINS, WILLIAM ELVIN, Griffin, eeofgiag B,S. in
Health and Physical Education, Varsity Football '66-'69,
T-Club '67-'70, Kappa Sigma '68-'69, Physical Education
Club '67-'70, House Council Vice-President '68,
PERRY, DUKE RODNEY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Alpha Phi Omega '69-'70, Corre-
sponding Secretary '70, American Foundrymen Society
'69-'70, Vice-President '70.
PETTY, SAMUEL ROY, Humboldt, Tennessee, B.S. in Civil
Engineering, ASCE '68-'67, NSPE '68-'69.
PHELPS, PATRICIA LEE, Brentwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, SNEA '66-'67, Zeta Phi '67-'69, ISC
PHILLIPS, BRENDA LOU, Donelson, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education-Sociology, Judiciary Board '70,
SNEA '69-'70, Phi Mu '69-'70, Counselor '70,
PHIPPS, MICKEY VERNON, Greenbrier, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Engineering, Theta Tau '68-'70, Treasurer '69,
EJC '69-'70, Scabbard and Blade '69-'70, AIIE '6B- 70,
PICKETT, BARBARA MOORE, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education.
PICKETT, WILLIAM REECE, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering.
PIKE, GERALD DEAN, Oneida Tennessee, B.S. in Agron-
PIPPIN, KENNETH E., Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in Second-
ary Education, SNEA '68-'7O.
PIRKLE, JOE THOMAS, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '67-'69, Softball '67-'69, Football
'69, Basketball '69.
PITTARD, DARRELL DENNIS, Stone Mountain, Georgia,
B.S. in Business Management, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70,
Treasurer '68, Secretary '69, Sophomore Vice-President '67,
Co-Chairman Social Standards Council '69, Freshman
Football '66, Interfraternity Football '67-'69.
PITTS, LARRY PAUL, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Music
Education, Band '67-'70, Orchestra '68, Phi Mu Alpha
'68-'69, Caving Club '67-'68.
POORE, BETTYE RUTH, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education,'SNEA '67-'69, Debate Club '67.
POPE, LINDA LUCILLE, Shelbyville, Tennessee, B.S. in El-
ementary Education, Band '67-'70, Varsity Choir '68-'70,
Mu Phi Epsilon '67-'70, Alpha Sigma Alpha '69-'70,
Pledge Chairman '69, SNEA '67, TWO Corresponding Sec-
retary '70, Faculty Advisory Committee '69.
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POSTON, BRENDA KAYE, Jamestown, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology.
POWELL, GARY LYNN, Oakdale, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
POWELL, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Alameda, California,
B.S. in Business Management, Kappa Omega '67-'70, Cor-
responding Secretary '70, Alpha Kappa Psi '68-'70, Vice
President '70, SAM '6B-'70, President '70, ABC '70, Intra-
mural Football, Basketball, Softball '67-'70.
PRATT, LARRY JOSEPH, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Marketing, Sigma Phi Delta '68-'70, Marketing Club '70.
PRESLEY, BOBBIE DIANNE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology, SNEA '67-'68, HBPE
Club '67-'68, TWO Town Council '68-'69, Junior Repre-
sentative '69, Zeta Tau Alpha '68-'70, Intramural Bowling
'67, Intramural Tennis, Softball '68-'69,
PRESLEY, THOMAS GRADY, Ooltewah, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Pep Club '67-'68, Accounting Club '6B.
PRINCE, MARK DICKSON, Winchester, Tennessee, B.S. in
Biology, Varsity 'Baseball '67-'69, Intramural Football '67-
PUCH, HENRIETTA, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Young Democrats Club '68-'70, Tech
Community Chorus '68-'70, SNEA '69-'70.
PULLUM, HARRY ALBERT, Newport, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, CE Club '68-'70, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Softball '67.
PUTMAN, BASIL WAYNE, Hixson, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Alpha Phi Omega '68-'70, Treasurer
PYLE, DAVID WARREN, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Tech Rangers '67, IT Club '67-'68,
AFS '67-'68, Pep Club '67, Intramural Basketball, Football
QUALLS, DAVID RANDALL, Jamestown, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management.
QUINTON, ROBERT WILLIAM, Springfield, Ohio, B.S. in
Secondary Education, History, SNEA '67, Varsity Football
RADLEY, ROBERT ERNEST, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Theta Tau '69-'70, American So-
ciety of Mechanical Engineers '69-'70, National Society of
Professional Engineers '69-'70, Pi Tau Sigma '69, Tau
Beta Pi '69, Freshman Basketball '67, Varsity Basketball
'69, Intramural Badminton, Basketball, Softball, and Foot-
ball '67-'70, Tech Rangers '67.
RAFEEDIE, SAHIH FARIS, Kensington, Maryland, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, CE Club '67-'70, Co-Op Club '66.
RAGLAND, PATTYE SUE, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Education, SNEA '67-'70.
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RAGSDALE, CLYDE D., Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Lambda Chi Alpha '68-'70, His-
torian '70, Pep Club '67, TWDO Representative '67.
RAMSEY, LARRY BRADLEY, Livingston, Tennessee, 8.S, in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'69.
RAMSEY, THOMAS MURPHY, Viola, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, NSPE '69-'70, Treasurer '70, Scuba
Club '69-'70, IEEE '70, Society of Engineers '67.
RANDOLPH, LEILA REBECCA ROCKWELL, Crossville,
Tennessee, B.S. in Elementary Education.
RARDIN, RODNEY ALAN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, Amateur Radio Society '67-'70,
Kappa Mu Epsilon '69-'70, IEEE '70.
RAY, JAMES TERRY, White House, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, Tech Rangers '67-'68, Society of En-
gineers '67, NSPE '67-'69, IE Club '68-'69, Theta Tau '68-
'69, Scabbard 8: Blade '69.
RECTOR, DALLAS E., Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'70.
RECTOR, GERALD RAY, Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
Agriculture Science, Tech Aggies '68-'70, Delta Tau
Alpha '69-'70, Pep Club '67, Agriculture Economics Club
'69-'70, Vice President '70,
REED, MORTON WALLACE, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, CE Club '67-'70, Tech Speleophiles
'68-'69, AlChE '69, Freshman Football '66.
REEVES, MARK EDWARD, Spring City, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70, Tau Beta PI '69-
'7O, Recording Secretary '70, Pi Tau Sigma '69-'70, Corre-
sponding Secretary '70, AIAA '70, EHS Council '70.
RENEGAR, JAMES RANDALL, Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S.
in Accounting, Accounting Club '70, SAM '70.
RHEA, BECKY CONQUEST, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.A. in
Journalism, Social Standards Council '68-'69, Secretary
'68-'69, Counselor '68-'69, Oracle Staff '68-'70, Copy Editor
'68, Managing Editor '69, Editorial Editor '70, Freshman
Class Treasurer '67, Who's Who '69.
RHINE, ROSALIE DALE, Cambridge, Ohio, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '67-'70.
RICE, GARY ALLEN, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Veterans Club '67-'70, IT Club '70,
AFS '70, Intramural Basketball, Softball '69.
RICH, WILLIAM H. BELLINGER, Charleston, South Caro-
lina, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Math Club '67-'68,
IEEE '69-'70. ,
RICHARDSON, JERRY LEE, Lafayette, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '68-'70.
RICHARDSON, LARRY GENE, Linden, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Chemistry, Sigma Phi Delta '69-'70,
Young Republicans Club '67, Chemistry Club '67, SNEA
'70, Intramural Football, Basketball '69-'70.
RICHMOND, GERALD LEE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70, Library Club '69.
RIDGWAY, JOHN GARY, Five Points, Tennessee, B.S. in
RIFENBURY, THOMAS ELBERT, West Chester, Pennsylva-
nia, B.S. in Marketing, Transferred from Pearl River Jun-
ior College '6B, Alpha Phi Omega '68-'70, Intramural
Basketball, Softball '69-'70.
RIGNEY, SYLVESTER LAYNE, Ill, Summitville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management.
RISKO, JANICE MIGNON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '69-'70.
ROACH, LINDA CAROL, Concord, Tennessee, 8.5, in
Secondary Education, Drama Club '67, Secretary '67,
House Council '68, Counselor '69-'70, TWO Treasurer '70,
Phi Mu '69-'70, SNEA '69-'70.
ROBBINS, W. LOUISE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Bi-
ology, Phi Mu '67-'70, Second Vice President '69, Presi-
dent '70, Panhellenic Council '68-'70, Treasurer '69, Sec-
ond Vice President '70, SEO '69, ROTC Sponsor '69,
Eagle Staff '69-'70, Intramural Football '67-'68, Intramural
ROBERTS, HARRY HUGH, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, EHS Represent-
ative '69, AFS '67-'70, Sigma Phi Epsilon '68-'70, Intra-
mural Football, Softball '69.
ROBERTS, RONALD DEAN, Red Boiling Springs, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Health 81 Physical Education, HEPE Club
'67-'70, SN EA '69-'70.
ROBINSON, RICHARD LAFAYETTE, JR., Sheffield, Ala-
bama, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Tau
Omega '67-'70, ASME '67-'70, Soccer '68-'70, Intramural
Basketball, Softball, Volleyball '66-'70.
ROCK, VICKI LEE, Donelson, Tennessee, B.S. in Elemen-
tary Education, SNEA '67, Community Chorus '69, Kappa
Delta Phi '68-'70.
ROGERS, CAROL ANNETTE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Health 8- Physical Education, H8iPE Club '67-'70, Extra-
mural Volleyball '67-'69, Intramural Basketball, Football,
Volleyball, Softball '67-'69.
ROGERS, RALPH ARNOLD, JR., Cleveland, Tennessee,
B.S. in Accounting, Lambda Chi Alpha '68-'70, Treasurer
'69, Accounting Club '70.
ROLLINS, JAMES O., Indianapolis, Indiana, B,S. in
Health 8- Physical Education, Intramural Basketball '68,
ROMINGER, ROBERT DALE, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Society of Engineers '67, IT Club
'70, AFS '70, Intramural Softball, Basketball '68-'70,
ROSE, AURORA JANE, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Office Management, Zeta Tau Alpha '67-'70, Historian '69,
Alpha Kappa Psi Sweetheart '6B.
ROSE, MARY LYNNE, Etowah, Tennessee, B.S. in Second-
ary Education, Pep Club '66, Sigma Sigma Sigma '69-'70,
Recording Secretary '69, SNEA '67, Calendar Girl '67-'69,
Junior Class Beauty '69, Intramural Basketball, Football
ROY, BRENDA FAYE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Market-
ing, Pep Club '66, House Council '66, Young Democrat
Club '66, Marketing Club '69, Kappa Omega Sweetheart
RUSH, BOBBY D., Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in Biol-
ogy, Avant-Garde '68, Chemistry 8: Medical Science Club
'69-'70, Biology Club '69-'70, Math Club '67.
RUSSELL, SANDRA LYNNE, Jamestown, Tennessee, B,S. in
Home Economics Education, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70,
Home Ec. Club '69-'70, Kappa Omicron Phi '68-'70, Trea-
surer '68-'69, President '70.
RUST, JAMES RICKEY, Coalmont, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '70, AFS '70.
RUTHERFORD, CYNTHIA PHIPPS, Bristol, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, SNEA '67-'69.
RUTHERFORD, GEORGE EDWARD, Bristol, Tennessee,
B.S. in Industrial Technology, Delta Tau Delta '67-'69,
Pledge Master '68, IT Club '67-'69.
RUTHERFORD, STANLEY WALTON, Horse Cave, Ken-
tucky, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi '69-'70,
Kappa Mu Epsilon '67-'70, IEEE '69-'70,
SAMPLEY, RICHARD ALAN, Monterey, Tennessee, B.A, in
English, French Club '68-'69, Lambda Chi Alpha '70, Sec-
retary '70, Alpha Psi Omega '66-'67, President '66, Tech
Players '66-'67, President '67.
SANDEFUR, JOYCE KAY, Sparta, Tennessee, B,S. in Mar-
keting, Marketing Club '70, Phi Mu '69-'70, Reporter '70,
Dormitory Vice President '6B.
SAUNDERS, REBECCA LUCINDA, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Education, SNEA '68-'69.
SAWYER, MACK ANDERSON, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Engineering, Society of Engineers '67
Lambda Chi Alpha '67-'70, Secretary '69, President '70,
Freshman Football '67.
SCHMIDT, JULIA MELISSA, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education.
SCHREIBER, LAWRENCE ANTHONY, Villa Hills, Ken-
tucky, B.S, in Marketing, "T" Club '67-'69, Varsity Foot-
ball '66-'70, All OVC '67-'68, Marketing Club '68-'67,
House Council '68,
SCHUBERT, ROBERT ALLEN, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemistry, Alpha Phi Omega '69-'70, Chemical 81
Medical Sciences Club '67-'70, Deutscher Vereren '68-'69,
ACS '67-'70, CE Club '67, Arts 81 Sciences Council '68-'70,
ASB Senator '68-'70, Soccer '68-'70, Intramural Softball
SCHULTZ, RICHARD L., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in
Biology, Chemical 81 Medical Sciences Club '67-'70,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon '68-'70, Secretary '68-'69.
SCOTT, PERMELIA NAN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '69, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'69,
Phi Mu '68-'70, Junior Class Secretary '69.
SEABORN, DONALD JAMES, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S.
in Civil Engineering, ASCE '67-'70, NSPE '66, Intramural
Softball, Football '68-'70,
SELLS, PATRICIA ANN, Dalton, Georgia, B.S. in Elemen-
SENECAL, RONALD RAYMOND, Marlboro, Massachu-
setts, B.S. in Industrial Engineering, AIIE '69-'70.
SHADDEN, JANET ELAINE, Birchwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
Home Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-'70,
SHELTON, RICHARD LEE, White Bluff, Tennessee, B.S. in
SHAH, MAYANK J., Dholka, India, B.S. in Mechanical
Engineering, ASME '69-'70, Cosmopolitan Club '68-'69.
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SHEPHERD, KENNETH DWIGHT, Ripley, Tennessee, B.S.
' , in Mechanical Engineering, ASME '69-'70,
SHERMAN, HARRY STEPHEN, Alexandria, Virginia, B.S.
Q in Health 8 Physical Education, HXPE Club '68-'70,
sa ew ,Sit "' , v Aquatics Club '68, SNEA '68-'70, Intramural Football,
,L ,, , A 45,1 ' Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, '68-'70,
'Y' .21 A. .Ce SHOEMAKER, DIANA sue, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in Ei-
' ' , ementary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Pep Club '67.
'T SHULL, NORMA R., Newtown, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Home
es 'W Economics, Tech Players '69, Home Ec. Club '68-'70.
dmtgs SHUMATE, SHARON DIANE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
' Elementary Education, Home Ec. Club '68, SNEA '69-'70.
lx SIERRAALTA, L. ANTONIO, Caracas, Venezuela, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '69.
4' iv ,gp SIMMONS, KAY, Spring Hill, Tennessee, B.S. in Second-
A - ary Education, English.
' SIMMONS, RICHARD LEIGHTON, Manchester, Tennessee,
BS in Industrial Engineering, Society of Engineers '67,
IT Club '69.
SIMMONS, ROBERT WAYNE, Shelbyville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Agriculture Economics, Agriculture Economics Club
SIMMS, ALLAN WAYNE, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B,S. in
Wildlife Management, Intramural Football '67-'68,
9-1. We SIMPSON, JAMES MeLv1N, Nashville, Tennessee, s.s. in
Marketing, Marketing Club '67-'69, Vice President '69,
'N A Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, ABC '68-'69, Intramural Foot-
ball, Softball '67-'69,
SIMPSON, LAWRENCE C., JR., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering, ASME '70, Society of Engi-
neers '67, NSPE '70.
SIMPSON, MICHAEL LEE, Louisville, Kentucky, B.S. in
Secondary Education, "T" Club '67-'70, Treasurer '68, Pep
Club '67, Track '67-'70, Cross Country '67-'69, Intramural
SIMS, JOHN STEPHEN, Dayton, Tennessee, B.S. in Ac-
ccunting, Sigma Phi Epsilon '67-'70, IFC '68-'69, SAM
'68-'70, Accounting Club '67.
SLIGER, PHYLLIS ELAINE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
SLOAN, WILEY GRAY, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Pep Club '67, Alpha Kappa Psi '68-'70, Trea-
surer '69, Accounting Club '69-'70, ABC '70, President '70,
ASB Senator '70, Kappa Sigma '69-'70.
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SMARTT, CHARLES BYRON, Morrison, Tennessee, B.S.
in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies '67-'68.
SMITH, DONALD W,, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, SAM '6l, Veterans Club '67-'69, Vice
SMITH, DONNA BINNION, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, English, Oracle Staff '68-'70, Copy
Editor '69, Kappa Delta Pi '69-'70, Counselor '69, Fresh-
men Women's Honor Society '68.
SMITH, DOROTHY CAROL, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Health 8- Physical Education, HGPE Club '67-'70, Pep
Club '67, Alpha Delta Pi '67-'70, Calendar Girl '68,
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart '69,
SMITH, GARRICK ELDON, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Biology, Scuba Club '67-'70, President '70.
SMITH, JERRY VINCENT, Centerville, Tennessee, B.S. in
History, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, Vice President '69,
President '70, IFC '67-'69, Vice President '69, German
Club '69-'70, President '70, Arts 8: Sciences Council '70,
Phi Alpha Theta '69-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70.
SMITH, JOHN OLIVER, Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
dustrial-Technology, IT Club '67-'70, Intramural Football,
Softball, Basketball '67-'69.
SMITH, LARRY GWENN, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, AIIE '68-'69, Intramural Basketball
SMITH, MYRTLE DIANE, Daisy, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
SMITH, WANDA SUE, Kingston, Tennessee, B.S. in Home
Economics Education, Home Ec. Club '67-'69.
SMITH, RICHARD ELLIS, Loveland, Ohio, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, Social Science, Scabbard 8: Blade '69-
'7O, Inter-Faith Council '67-'68, Intramural Softball, Foot-
SMITH, STEPHEN GEORGE, Decherd, Tennessee, B.S, in
SNYDER, LARRY MONROE, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, IEEE '68-'70.
SOUTH, BEVERLY LYNN, Grimsley, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, SNEA '68, Caving Club '68-'70, Cosmo-
politan Club '67-'70.
SPENCER, DIANE K., Newton, New Jersey, B.S. in Health
lr Physical Education, TWO Representative '68, House
Council '68, HEKPE Club '67-'69, Extramural Volleyball
'67-'68, Intramural Softball, Basketball, '67-'68.
SPURLOCK, BELLE LOFTIS, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in
STAFFORD, CARLA RENEE, Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70, President '70,
Kappa Delta Pi '70,
STEAKLEY, MELODY LOUISE, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education, Alpha Delta Pi '69-'70.
STEPHENS, JAMES S., Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, Pep Club '67, Lambda Chi Alpha
'67-'70, Pledge Master '69, Vice President '70, AFS '70, IT
Club '68-'70, Intramural Football, Softball '67-'70, Intra-
mural Official '67,
STEPHENS, MICHAEL L., Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '70.
STEPP, WILLIAM GORDON, JR., McMinnville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management, Pep Club '67, Alpha
Kappa Psi '69-'70, Chaplain '69, SAM '69-'70, Vice Presi-
STEVENS, RODNEY KEMP, Pulaski, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemistry, ACS '68-'70, Vice President '69, President '70,
Chemical 81 Medical Sciences Club '67-'70, Alpha Tau
Omega '67-'70, German Club '70, Intramural Softball,
STEWART, LARRY MARTIN, Mountain City, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, AlChE '67.
STEWART, MICHAEL RAY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, TMDO Council '67, Sigma Phi
Epsilon '67-'70, IFC '69-'70, Secretary '70, AFS '69-'70, IT
Club '69-'70, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball
STOCKTON, DONALD WAYNE, Livingston, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management.
STOCSTILL, FRANKIE STEPHEN, Lewisburg, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, Math, Math Club '67-'70,
Deutscher Verein '67-'68, SNEA '69-'70, Young Democrats
STOUT, DONNITA CAROL, Buffalo Valley, Tennessee, B.S.
in Office Management, Phi Beta Lambda '68-'69, Re-
porter '68, Calendar Girl '66, ROTC Sponsor '67-'6B.
STOVER, MARCIA LOUISE, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in
STRAUB, ANNA LAURA, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Interfaith Council '68-'70, Secretary
'69, Young Democrats '69, Secretary '69.
STULTS, CAROLYN DORAN, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Sociology, Sociology Club '70.
SUDDATH, JANICE LEAH, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Biology, Chemistry 8: Medical Sciences Club '67-'70, Sec-
retary '69, TWO Judiciary Board '69-'70, Pep Club '67,
Kappa Delta '69-'70, Intramural Basketball '67-'68, Soft-
ball '68-'69, Football '69,
SUITS, DEBORAH MAE, Cleveland, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, SNEA '67, Alpha Delta Pi '68-'70, Re-
cording Secretary '70, Pi Omega Pi '68-'70, Secretary '69,
SULLIVAN, GARY LESLIE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, Scuba Club '65, IEEE '69-'70,
Theta Tau '67-'70, Scabbard ln Blade '69-'70, Rifle Team
SULLIVAN, MARIAN FAITH OSBORNE, Chattanooga,
Tennessee, B.S. in Accounting, Accounting Club '68-'69,
Phi Gamma Nu '68-'69, -
SULLIVAN, ROBERT EDWARD, JR., Fayetteville, Tenessee,
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '65-'67.
SWALLOWS, JAMES MARVIN, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '68.
SWALLOWS, JANICE FAYE, Baxter, Tennessee, B.S. in
Hcme Economics Education, Home Ec Club '70,
SWALLOWS, MICHAEL LEE, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S.
in Marketing, Marketing Club '69-'70, Sigma Phi Delta
SWEENEY, DONNA KENNEDY, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, English, Sigma Sigma Sigma '68-
'70, Vice President '70, Pep Club '70, SNEA '67-'70, Ora-
cle Staff '68-'70, Intramural Football '69.
SWEENEY, GARY DENNIS, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, Society of Engineers '67, Tech
Rangers '67-'68, IT Club '70, Sigma Phi Epsilon '68-'70,
Varsity Baseball '67, Intramural Football, Softball '68-'70,
SWEET, NANCY BELLE, Knoxville, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, English, SNEA '67, Chi Omega Beta
'68, Sigma Tau Delta '69, Mu Phi Epsilon '68-'70, Alum-
nae Secretary '70, Oracle Staff '69, Band '67-'69, Tech
Choir '68-'69, Community Chorus '67.
SWOFFORD, WILLIAM G., JR., Erwin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, AIAA '66, AlChE '68-'70, EHS '70,
Soccer '69-'70, Transferred from U.S.A.F. Academy.
SWOR, CARL THOMAS, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Wildlife Management, Scuba Club '67, French Club '68,
Intramural Football, Softball '69.
SYKES, CAROL SUE, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, SNEA '67-'69.
SYKES, RONNIE H., Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in Agron-
omy, Agronomy Club '70.
TALBOTT, BOBBY RAY, Albany, Kentucky, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, AFS '67-'70, Sigma
Phi Epsilon '67-'70,
TANKSLEY, RANDALL REA, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Accounting, Accounting Club '69-'70.
TAYLOR, FELICIA McCORMlCK, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.A. in English.
TAYLOR, JOHN DeWITT, Rockwood, Tennessee, B.S. in
TEAGUE, JOHN ARTHUR, Madisonville, Kentucky, B.S. in
Political Science, Alpha Psi Omega '68-'69, President '69,
Tech Players '68-'69, President '69, IRC '68-'69, Veterans
TEHRANI, JAFAR GH, Tehran, Iran, B.S. in Industrial
Technology, Cosmopolitan Club '65-'67, IEEE '66-'67, IT
Club '68-'70, AFS '68-'70, Soccer '68.
TEHRANI, SHIRLEY SAMPLEY, Monteagle, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Cosmopolitan Club '68,
TEMPLETON, LINDA IRIS, Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Sigma Tau Delta '69-'70,
Oracle Staff '68.
TERRY, DOUGLAS WAYNE, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering, Society of Engineers '67, Co-Op
Club '67-'68, Intramural Football '67,
THOMAS, GERALD LEE, Boaz, Alabama, B.S. in Health
81 Physical Education, "T" Club '67-'70, HBIPE Club '67-
'7O, FCA '67, Varsity Football '66-'68, Intramural Basket-
THOMASSON, DOROTHY ANNE, Chattanooga, Tennes-
see, B.S. in Biology, Tech Speleophiles '67-'70.
THOMPSON, JOHN WILLIAM, Oak Ridge, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Management, Sigma Phi Delta '68-'70, In-
tramural Football '68, Softball '68-'70.
TINSLEY, HARVEY THOMAS, Adairville, Kentucky, B.S. in
Biology, Tech Speleophiles '67-'70.
TOLINE, ERIC McPHERSON, Cookeville, Tennessee, B,S.
in Engineering Science, ES Club '67-'70, Vice President
'70, AIAA '67-'70, EJC '67-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70,
Tau Beta Pi '69v'70, Debate Team '67,
TOPPING, THOMAS EDWARD, Oxford, Pennsylvania, B.S,
in Secondary Education, Tech Players '67-'67, Soccer
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as the campus is hit by spring fever.
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TRAPP, ELEANOR MARY, Falls Church, Virginia, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Sociology, Interfaith Council '67-
'70, Secretary '69, IRC '69, Sociology Club '69-'70, Coun-
TREWHITT, MADISON SLOAN, ll, Cleveland, Tennessee,
B.S, in Civil Engineering,
TUCKER, LINDA BEBBINGTON, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S, in Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '67-'70, AHEA
TURK, LARRY JOE, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in Mar-
keting, Marketing Club '69-'70.
TURNER, KATHEY ANNE, Madison, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, Alpha Delta Pi '68-'70, TWO Ju-
diciary Board '69-'70, ROTC Sponsor '68, Eagle Staff '68-
'70, Features Editor '70, ASB Senator '68, Kappa Delta Pi
TURNER, LINDA SUE, Doyle, Tennessee, B.S. in Secondary
Education, Math, SNEA '69.
TURNER, RICHARD OLIVER, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, CE Club '69-'70, Lambda
Chi Alpha '70, Intramural Bowling '69-'70.
TURNEY, ROBERT WILLIAM, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Finance, Sigma Iota Epsilon '69-'70, President '70.
UPCHURCH, SHERRAN ROBINSON, Baxter, Tennessee,
B.S. in Business Education.
VADEN, ROBERT D., Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in Health Si
Physical Education, HXKPE Club '67-'70, President '70,
SNEA '67-'70, IFC '69-'70, ASB Senate '69-'70, Lambda Chi
Alpha '70, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball '67-
VALENTE, JOSEPH, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, B.S. in
Mathematics, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, Math Club '67-
'70, Scuba Club '70.
VAN CLEAVE, JAMES FRANK, Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Management, Pershing Rifles '69, Rifle Team
'67-'69, Intramural Basketball, Softball, Volleyball '68-'69.
VANHOOK, VICKI SUE, Manchester, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, Phi Mu '69-'70, Pledge Director
'70, SNEA '67-'69, Pep Club '67, Oracle Staff '67, Theta
Tau Sweetheart '70,
VAN HOOSER, PAULA, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Music Education, Band '66-'70, Secretary '68, Community
Chorus '67-'68, MENC '67-'70, Mu Phi Epsilon '67-'70, Cor-
responding Secretary '68, Kappa Delta '69-'70, Wind En-
semble '67-'70, Band Queen '68.
VAUGHN, JOYCE SETA, Livingston, Tennessee, B.S. in El-
ementary Education, SNEA '70.
VEACH, CLARENCE WAYNE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Electrical Engineering, Co-Op Club '66-'68, Tau Beta Pi
'69-'70, Eta Kappa Nu '69-'70, President '70, IEEE '69-'70,
Vice President '70,
VERBLE, DAN R., Alqood, Tennessee, BS in Sociology.
VIAR, DONNA ROACH, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Education, Pep Club '67,
WALKER, LARRY BARTON, Spring City, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, IT Club '68, Scuba Club '68,
WALKER, LARRY PAUL, Lafayette, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, AIChE '68-'70, EJC Representative
'70, Pep Club '67, Sigma Phi Epsilon '69-'70, Intramural
Football, Softball '67-'70, Basketball '69-'70.
WALKER, ROBERT EARL, Manchester, Tennessee, B.S. in
Chemical Engineering, CE Club '68-'70, ASC '70, Trans-
ferred from Vanderbilt '67, Intramural Softball, Football,
WALLER, ROBERT EDWARD, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Business Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon '68-'70, Scuba
Club '68, Pep Club '67, Pershing Rifles '69, Intramural
WARREN, RANDALL DEE, Lebanon, Tennessee, B.S, in
Civil Engineering, ASCE '68-'70, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-
'70, Tau Beta Pi '68-'70.
WATSON, LINDA KAY, Huntsville, Alabama, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Pep Club '67, SNEA '68-'70, Alpha
Delta Pi '69-'70, Intramural Softball '68.
WAY, DeFOREST R., Morristown, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi-
ncss Management, Tech Speleophiles '68-'70, Intramural
WEAVER, LINDA TERESA, Palmer, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
cndary Education, TWO Council '68-'69, Dorm President
'69, Phi Mu '68-'70.
WEAVER, RICHARD ALAN, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S.
in Industrial Technology, Alpha Tau Omega '67-'70, IT
Club '67-'69, AFS '67-'b9.
WEBB, D. BROCK, Harrison, Tennessee, B.S. in Market-
ing, Kappa Omega '69-'70, Marketing Club '70, Society
of Engineers '67, Intramural Softball '69-'70.
WEBBER, CHARLES DAVID, Gallatin, Tennessee, B.S. in
Industrial Technology, IT Club '67-'70, Tech Players '66-
'67, Alpha Psi Omega '66-'67, President '66.
WEBER, LAWRENCE CHRISTOPHER, Donelson, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, Geography, Gamma Chi
'66-'68, Intramural Basketball, Bowling '67-'68.
WELLS, AMY LYNN FINNEY, Shelbyville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Elementary Education.
WESCHE, JOSEPH WILLIAM, JR., Memphis, Tennessee,
B.S. in Health E Physical Education, Varsity Baseball '69-
'70, Sigma Phi Delta '68-'69, FCA '69, Intramural Foot-
ball, Basketball '68-'70.
WEST, ALBERT EDWARD, Oliver Springs, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, Kappa Sigma '69-'70, IEEE '66-
'70, Scuba Club '70.
WEST, HELEN CAROL, Gainesboro, Tennessee, B.S. in EI-
ementary Education, SNEA '67-'69, Kappa Delta Pi '68-'69.
WEY, KATHERINE LU, Gadsden, Alabama, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, English, Circle K Sweetheart '69-'70,
TTU Vista '69, Scuba Club '68, Sociology Club '67, Phi
Mu '69-'70, Oracle Staff '68, TWO Board '69, Homecoming
WHEELER, RONNIE H., Tullahoma, Tennessee, B,S. in ln-
WHITE, JOE HARLAN, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, B.S. in
Finance, Sigma Alpha Epsilon '69-'70, Eagle Staff '67.
WHITE, SYLVIA BELINDA, Columbia, Tennessee, B.A. in
French, French Club '69-'70.
WHITLEY, STEPHEN GARY, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S.
in Electrical Engineering, IEEE '67-'70, Delta Chi Delta
'66-'68, Tech Rangers '67-'68, Counselor '68, Intramural
Basketball, Softball '66-'69,
WILES, MARVIN EMERSON, JR., Birmingham, Alabama,
B.S. in Health li Physical Education, "T" Club '68-'70,
HLPE Club '67-'70, Varsity Baseball '65-'70, Intramural
Football, Basketball '67-'70.
WILKINS, JAMES ROBERT, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in
Engineering Science, Kappa Mu Epsilon '68-'70, Scabbard
I Blade '69-'70, Freshman Basketball '67.
WILLARD, PATRICIA JOHNSON, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '70.
WILLEFORD, CAROLYN PUCKETT, Livingston, Tennessee,
B.S. in History, Phi Alpha Theta '69-'70, IRC '69-'70, Pres-
ident '70, Arts li Sciences Council '70, Exploratory Club
'70, Gold Circle '69.
WILLIAMS, DANIEL CLAYBORN, Decherd, Tennessee,
B.S, in Industrial Technology, IT Club '69-'70, AFS '69-'70,
Band '65, Community Chorus '67.
WILLIAMS, LINDA ROSE, Fayetteville, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, Transferred from Martin College
'68, SNEA '70.
WILLIAMS, NANCY KAY, Kingsport, Tennessee, B.A. in
Elementary Education, Community Chorus '69-'70, SNEA
'68-'70, Intramural Softball '67.
WILLIAMS, PAMELA MAE, Cookeville, Tennegee, B.S. in
Marketing, Marketing Club '67-'70, Pep Club '66, TWO
WILSON, DONNA GAIL, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Bi-
ology, Biology Club '67-'69, Phi Mu '67-'70.
WINTON, VETRON KAY, Tracy City, Tennessee, B.S. in
Elementary Education, SNEA '67-'70, Zeta Tau Alpha '69-
'70, Young Democrats '67, House Council '69, Intramural
WISER, JAMES NEWMAN, Wartrace, Tennsessee, B.S. in
Engineering Science, ES Club '67-'69, Co-Op Club '65-
WITCHER, SANDRA LUCILE, Red Boiling Springs, Ten-
nessee, B.S. in Home Economics, Dorm President '67,
Home Ec. Club '67-'69, Secretary '67, AHEA '67-'69.
WOLAVER, MARSHA LYNNE, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Secondary Education, English, SNEA '69-'70.
WOLF, STEPHEN L., Tullahoma, Tennessee, B.S. in In-
WOMAC, HELEN LOUISE, Centreville, Virginia, B.S. in
Pre-Medical Technology, Chemistry In Medical Science
Club '68-'69, Intramural Softball '68-'69, Basketball '67.
WOODLING, DAVE R., Hendersonville, Tennessee, B.S. in
History, Pershing Rifles '66-'69, Sigma Phi Epsilon '69-'70.
WOODS, ALLEN DEE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Me-
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WOODS, HARRIETTE ANN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S.
in Business Education, Phi Beta Lambda '67-'68, Pi
Omega Pi '68-'70, Treasurer '69.
WOZNIAK, WALTER THOMAS, Northfield, Massachusetts,
B.S. in Civil Engineering, ASCE '69-'70.
WRIGHT, ELOISE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Elemen-
tary Education, SNEA '70.
WRIGHT, JOHN EDWARD, Goodlettsville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Engineering Science, ES Club '69-'70, Co-Op Club
'67, Whc's Who '70.
WRIGHT, JOHNIE J., Ill, Cookeville, Tennessee, B,S. in
Accounting, Young Democrats '69-'70, Accounting Club
WRIGHT, JUDITH ANN, Benton, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Alpha Sigma Alpha '68-'70, Secretary
'70, SNEA '68-'70.
WRIGHT, RONALD JOE, Dyer, Tennessee, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Engineering, NSPE '67-'70, Vice President '70,
WRIGHT, SIDNEY PAUL, Goodlettsville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Geology, Geology Club '69-'70.
WRINN, DOUGLAS C., Sweetwater, Tennessee, B.S. in Bi-
ology, Tech Speleophiles '67-'70, President '70, Tech Rang-
WYATT, BILLY JOE, Crossville, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal
Husbandry, Block 8: Bridle Club '67-'70, Tech Aggies '68-
YARMAN, DENNIS WILLIAM, Cookeville, Tennessee,
B.S. in Secondary Education, History, Tau Kappa Epsilon
'66-'70, Veterans Club '67-'70, Soccer Team '67-'70.
YARMAN, JUDY BROWN, Woodbury, Tennessee, B.S. in
Secondary Education, IRC '67-'70, Debate Club '67, Sec-
retary '67, Alpha Delta Pi '67-'70, Vice President '69,
Young Democrats '66-'67, Freshman Class Secretary '66,
ROTC Sponsor '66-'67, Cadet Colonel '67, Calendar Girl
'66, Pi Kappa Delta '66, Intramural Basketball '66-'67.
YORK, ELLEN RUTH, Huntsville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele-
mentary Education, Home Ec. Club '67, Community Cho-
YOST, JAMES THOMPSON, Wooster, Ohio, B.S. in Busi-
ness Management, Sigma Phi Delta '68, Varsity Football
YOUNG, FRED R., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S, in Electrical
Engineering, IEEE '68-'70, Amateur Radio Society '69-'70.
YOUNG, JUDY CAROL, Hendersonville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Home Economics, Home Ec. Club '67-'70, AHEA '6?-
'70, Pep Club '67-'68.
YOUNG, LINDA SUE, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Sec-
ondary Education, English, SNEA '68-'70.
YOUNG, RONALD JACKSON, Smithville, Tennessee, B.S.
in Chemical Engineering, AlChE '69-'70, ACS '67-'70.
ZHEMAN, DAVID I., Jerusalem, Jordan, B.S. in Chemical
Engineering, CE Club '69, Tau Beta Pi '68-'70, Soccer
ice- resi en
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Brislan selected to lead junior class
Last spring the class of '71 selected
as their president Bob Brislan. Fall
quarter, Brislan held an election to fill
the remaining offices at a called class
Finally, the juniors have earned the
right to be classified as true upperclass-
men. And, who says being an upper-
classman is all fun? The juniors find
their days are still filled with work and
worry. Doing research on their own
and preparing outside papers become
important factors in their studies.
Each junior now begins the major
course work in his curriculum, having
completed all the general requirements
outside his major field for the bacca-
laureate degree. The time has come for
him to decide if what he has chosen is
what he really wants to do for his life's
Of course, the juniors are firm be-
lievers in the theory that all work and
no play makes Jack a dull boy. When
the occasion arises, they are willing to
forget the worries of school and have
Finding a car for their ofiicers in the
Homecoming parade and enduring the
cold weather was only a minor problem
for them. They could look forward to
next year and hope their last Home-
coming will be a happy one.
Taking the English Qualifying Exam
is another headache for the juniors, fail-
ing it means the required English lab.
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Adcock, Roy A. ..... .
Alexander, Michael H.
Alexander, Samuel T. .
Alexander, Steven B. .
Anderson, Glenda D. .
Anderson, Robert C. .
lArmstrong, Clyda J. .
Armstrong, Donna L.
Bacon, Beverly A.
Bailey, Walter W.
Bain, Gary K. ..... .
Baker, John R. ...,. .
Baldwin, Robert L.
0Ball, Steven M. ,... .
Bane, William D. ..
Barber, Bill .....,..
Barger, Willa M.
Barnes, Phyllis E.
Barnett, John A.
Barrett, David G. ..
OBates, Howard P.
Bauer, Thomas M. ..
Bean, Daisy C.
Bell, Jack L. ....,.. .
Bell, Robert C. ...... ,
Bennett, Horace W.
Bennett, Ronnie J.
OBennett, William H. ..
Bergeron, Robert D. ..
Biddy, Barbara J.
Billings, Connie J.
Bingham, Rickey D.
0Blankenship, Patricia A. ..
Blaylock, Nancy P.
Boatman, Carolyn ....
Bomar, Bruce W. ..
Bonine, Gary K. ..
Borden, Phyllis J.
Bowe, Nathaniel W. ..
0Bowers, Patricia K.
Bowker, Elizabeth A.
Boyd, John K. ....,.. .
Boyett, Joe B. ..... .
Brackin, Raymond ..,.
Bradley, Sam E.
Branam, Larry B.
0Brasfield, Robert D.
Brashears, James M. ..
Britt, Joseph R. .,.... .
Broadway, Mike T.
Brock, David A.
Brock, Elsie D.
Brock, Willard C. ..
lBrown, Gary R. ..
Brown, Linda F.
Brown, Nancy G. .... .
Buchanan, John F.
Buck, James R. ..., .
Bullion, Roger D.
Bullock, John H.
OBulIock, Ricky H. ..
Burch, Barbara K. ..
Burge, James D.
Burkett, Rachel L. ...,. .
Burkhalter, Randall B.
Burnley, Betty L. ..,.. .
Burtch, William D.
. . . . .Nashville
. . . . .Nashville
.. . . .Knoxville
. . .. .Knoxville
.. . . .Englewood
. . . . .Chattanooga
. , . . .Red Boiling Springs
, ..,.......... Kingsport
Benson, Geraldine ......
.,,... . . .. .Atlantic Beach, Fla.
. . . , .. . . .Chattanooga
. . .. .Oakdale
. . . .Cookeville
. . . .. .Harriman
.. .. .Cookeville
The Haque, Netherlands
. .... Oliver Springs
. .. .Humboldt
. . . ,Manchester
. . . . .Kingston
. . . .Lexington
. . . . .Shelbyville
. . . .Cleveland
. . . . .Dunlap
.. ..... Erwin
....Woodbury, N. J.
OButler, Jacquelyn C.
Cable, Francis l.
Camp, Kenneth S. ..
Campbell, Ginger L.
Campbell, Mae A.
... ......... Nashville
Canata, Roy D. ....,. ,
Cannella, Jenny L. ..
lCantrell, Michael R.
Caplenor, Philip A.
Carderi, William J.
Cardwell, Michael L.
Carrigan, Danny R. ..
Carrington, Fred E. .
Carter, Kenneth R. .
lCaruth, James E.
Ceruthers, Chester L.
Carver, Patricia D. .
Cass, Eddie C. .... .
Cayce, Thomas H. ..
Chaffin, Joan C.
Chambers, Ronnie O.
0Chaplin, Martha F. .
Charlton, Shearon D.
Chester, Lynn G.
Chipen, Takasy R. ..
Claiborne, Hugh S. .
Clark, Cecile A. .... .
Clark, Clifford E. ..
0Clark, Don C. ..., .
Clark, Geneva F. .
Clark, Sharon E. .,
Clarke, Thomas A. ..
Clemmons, Hubert D.
Clifton, Joyce A. ..
Cole, Joanne M. ..
QColley, Mary C. .
Collignon, James O.
Conquest, Becky W.
Cook, Vicki L. ..... .
Cooper, Samuel H. .
Copas, Kathryn J.
Copp, John J.
QCreasman, Larry E.
.. .. ...Columbia
. . . ,. .Lebanon
. . . . .Nashville
. . , . .Nashville
. . . . ,Maryville
. . .Sweetwater
. . . . .Nashville
. .. . . .Cookeville
. . . , . .Lebanon
. . . . . .Cookeville
. .... Red Boiling Springs
. . ..... Soddy
Crawford, Joseph M. .... McMinnville
Cravens, Patricia G. .... ........ J amestown
Craighead, Johnny D. ,..... Old Hickory
Crabtree, Wayne G. ...... Cookeville
Cox, Sheila E. ...,.. ...,..... D aisy
Covington, Lloyd R. .... Cookeville
0Crockett, Robert H. ,. Nashville
Cromwell, Mary L. ., ,... Burrville
Crouch, Danny H. .. .... Nashville
Crowder, John D. ...... Portland
Cruise, Judy ........., ,...,. D onelson
Cummings, Donald E. .... Portland
Curnutt, Dana L. ..., ..... C linton
0Currey, James G. .... . .... Nashville
Dake, David J. .... .
Davenport, Brenda J.
Davenport, Suzanne S. .. ...... Chattanooga
Davidson, Karl S. ..... .
Davis, George L.
Davis, Nina S.
0Davis, Rebecca G. ..
Davis, Richard G. .... ....
Davis, Robert E.
, ....... Nashville
. . . . ,.., Lafayette
.Horse Cave, Ky.
. .........,... Decatur
Dean, Johnny M. ,... .. ........ Morristown
Dedmon, William T.
Dawson, James P. ..
Deming, Vloodie M.
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Dennis, Jerry L. .... .
Denny, Paul D.
DeVaney, Rita N. ..
Dietz, Guenther ....
Dixon, Henry P. .
Dobbs, John L. ,.
0Dobbs, Rodney D.
Dobbs, Sandra A. ..
Doering, Barbara M.
Douglas, Jimmie T. ..
Dowell, Julia A. ,.
Doyle, Sharon A.
Dozier, James S.
QDraper, David C. ,
Driver, Mike E. ..
Dukes, Charles T. ..
Duncan, Clyde T.
Dunn, Leonard L. .
Dycus, Brenda K.
Edwards, Thomas H.
gEggleston, Patricia B.
Einecker, Donald J. .,
Ellis, Richard A.
Ellis, Sharon R.
Ellison, Mary J.
Elmore, Linda E. ..
Elrod, Dan F. ..
gEnsor, Michael E.
Erwin, William J. ..
Estes, Jerry W. ..
Evans, Garry K.
Evans, Mary M.
Farley, Ronald D.
Fazakerly, William T.
0FinneIl, Priscilla L. ..
Finuff, Kerry W.
Flatt, Ratricia R.
Fleming, Walker J. .
Fletcher, Ben P.
Flowers, Eric R.
Ford, Brenda C.
lumor back Eagle 111 tough sea
. ..,.. .,.., C hattanooga
New Lebanon, Ohio
.....Heidelberg, W. Germany
. ,..., Kingston
.. .,.... Portland
. . . , .Nashville
. . . . .Chattanooga
.....Ft. Myers, Fla.
. . . . . . . .Lafayette
. . . . . .Cookeville
. . . .Gallatin
. . . .Cookeville
. ..... Clarksville
. . . . . .Cookeville
Peggy Estes and Jo Carol Hix give the Eagles sup-
port with the help of the student body.
Pep truck takes on ne look in
Alpha Phi Omega sponsored the rebuilding of the
pep truck, symbol of Tech spirit.
OFord, Merrill .......,
Ford, Richard D.
Foster, Jessie L.
Foust, Patricia D.
Fox, James A. .......... ..
Franks, Sherry G. ...,.,. . .
0Friederichsen, David L.
Fryer, William T.
Fuqua, Susan J.
Gaines, Steven A.
Gamble, Dewey W.
Garrett, Janet S.
Garrison, Linda K. ..
0Gazlay, William D. .
Gibson, Nathan L. ..
Gill, Jack W. ...... .
Glascock, John L.
Goff, David E.
Goins, Diana K. ....... ..
Goolsby, Nolan R. ,.,. .
QGould, Janet .......
Graves, Barry H.
Gray, Michael C.
Gregory, Charles W.
Gregory, Harward G.
Gressmira, Gary L. ..
Griffith, Bonnie K. ..
0Grigsby, William H.
Grubb, Ronald L. ..
Guffee, Mitchell S. ..
Guthrie, Susan J.
Hagan, Leslie H.
Halo, Owen W.
Hale, Vicki L. ..
0HaIes, Randolph .....
Halfacre, Marion .
Harnblen, Betty .....
Hamilton, Robert H. .
Hancock, Charles W.
Hardaway, Robert E.
Harley, John S.
.... . . . .Manchester
. . . .Nashville
. ..... Allons
. . . . . .Nashville
. .. .Monterey
...New Albany, Ind.
. .. . . .Robbins
. . . .White House
. . . .Columbia
.. .. .Nashville
. . . . .Nashville
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Harriman, Barbara J.
Harrington, Steven M. ..
Harris, Carolyn S.
Harris, James D. ,.
Harris, Mike L.
Harrison, Ellen E,
OHart, William G.
Hayes, Emily A. ..
Hayes, James E. ..
Haynes, David L.
Head, Larry N.
Helms, Lois .....
Ot-lenderson, Elizabeth A
Henderson, Michael S.
Henry, Quenton F.
Hereford, Kenneth M.
Hershiser, llo ....,....
Hicks, Phillip S. .
Higgenbottom, Fred W. ..
QHitchcock, Theresa K.
Hitchcox, Betty L. ..
Hodge, Roy M. ,... .
Hodgin, Roger D.
Holdredge, Teresa A. .
Hollis, Thomas C.
Holt, Betsy J.
0Hornaday, John C. ..... .
Hoskins, William P.
Huddleston, Lanny B. .
Hudgens, Lynda M. ..
Hudson, Lanny R. .. ..
Hudson, Ronnie D.
Hughes, Margaret .
0Hulvey, Mack D.
Hutchins, James A.
Hyder, Gwen J.
Hyma, Jimmy L. ..
Irvine, Susan E. .... .
Isbell, Thomas G. ..
Jacobs, Ellen C. ..
0Jaquess, Nelda R. .
Jarrell, Julia I.
Jeffers, Keith A. ..,. .
Jeffries, David W.
Johnson, Donald L.
Johnson, James E.
Johnson, James M.
QJohnson, John T.
Johnson, Mary J. . ..
Johnson, Rendell G. .
Jones, Alan K. ,.... .
Jones, Carolyn L. . .
Jones, Kenny L.
Keith, James E.
QKeith, Linda G.
Keller, Larry W. ..
Kelly, Ellen F. ..... .
Kemmer, Barbara J. ..
Kerr, Jimmy R. ..... .
Kamal., William n.
eKing, Charles C.
King, Robert L.
Kitts, Kristin E. ...., .
Klasek, Stephen A.
Knox, James M. ..
LaFever, Jo A. ,.... .
LaFever, Mary S.
. . . . .McMinnville
. . . . . .Nashville
. . . . . . .Jackson
. . . . .Baxter
Boynton Beach, Fla.
.. . .Sparta
. . . . . .Pikeville
.. .. Crossville
. . . . .Cleveland
. .1 . . Nashville
. ....,.. Knoxville
. . . .Oliver Springs
. . . .Livingston
. .,.. .Manchester
.. . .Chattanooga
. . . . . .Nashville
. .... Winchester
. . . .McMinnville
. . . .Chattanooga
. . . . . . . . .Cookeville
. . . . .Jefferson City
. .. .. .Oak Ridge
Key, Elbert R. .... . .
.. .. .Sparta
0LaLande, Alan A.
Lamb, John A.
Lane, Stephen R.
Lannom, David C.
Larrea, Mario G.
Larrick, Donna L.
Laxton, Gail ,...
0Layne, Ford N. .... .
Leach, Judy C. , ........ .
Ledbetter, Dwight S.
Lee, Janes H. .... .
Lee, John W.
Lee, Nuel G.
Lee, Russell E. ..
QLester, Gary E.
Levan, Larry N.
Lewin, David F. .,.. .
Little, Belinda C. ..
Little, John D.
Little, Linda F.
Lockhart, Larry G.
0London, Sharon L.
Long, Eleanor J.
Loper, Glenn D. ..
Lott, Robert E.
Lovell, Jimmy C.
Lusk, George T.
McCarter, Brenda L. ..
OMcCawley, James R. .,
McClard, Roger L. ....... .
McCIuskey, Margaret A. ..
McCracken, Tony W.
McCuIley, Thomas M.
McCullough, Alley C.
McDaniel, Barbara J.
0McDonald, Sally K.
McFarland, Anita C. ..
McGugin, Martha F.
McKinney, Richard E.
McLain, Michael J.
McLoud, Carol A.
McMahan, Larry T.
omen named to Gold Cncle
. , ,Chattanooga
. . . . . .Nashville
. . . .Nashville
Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
, . , ,Monterey
. ..,. Sevierville
. .,.., Lafayette
, ,. . . .Nashville
. ,. , .Cookeville
. . . , .Kingston
., . .Nashville
Susan Compton and Sherry Blanchard greet
prospective members of Gold Circle. .
Maclin, Bill ....
Mahaney, Peggy .
QMalons, Billy ,...
Malone, Bobby ,
Malone, Mike ....
Manning, Martha .
Mantooth, James .
Martin, Jack .....
Martin, Leslie ....
Massa, Sarah ..
0 Massey, Ruth ...,,..
Mears, John . ,.,....,
Melton, Danny .
Messenger, Bruce ...
0MiIler, Betty C. ..
Miller, Charles .
Miller, Emily .....
Miller, Randy ,...
Mills, Mary Anne .
Mills, Sharon .,...
.. ...Oak Ridge
. .. . .. .Stanton
. . . .Columbia
. . . , . .Cookeville
. . . . .Chattanooga
. . . . . . .Nashville
Minton, Steve .... .... G oodlettsville
lMonroe, Terry .... ,... D ecatur
Montgomery, Jerry .... Wartburg
Moore, Judy ..... ....... N ashville
Moore, Shannon .... ............ T ullahoma
Moran, William .... ............ A lbany, Ky.
Morgan, Dixie .... ...,. R ed loiling Springs
Morgan, Linda .... ..,. P ineville, W. Va.
0Morris, Sharon , ..... Powell
Mullican, Sharon .... ......... S parta
Mullinax, David ....... ..... C ookeville
Mulliniks, William .... Crossville
Mullins, Donald ....
0Nelson, Frank ....
Niles, Bruce . .... ,
Nipper, Martha ..
ONoble, Ann .....
Nunley, Elaine ....
Odom, David ....
.. .... Clarksville
.....St. Louis, Mo.
.,... National Park, N.J.
Ottlnger, David .,.. .............. K ingsport
Padgett, Ronald ,
Padgett, Wilburn .
Paris, Joel ......
Parker, Terry ....
Parks, Lora .....
Partin, Charles ....
. . . ............. Ducktovln
.. ..,.. Cartersville, Ga.
. . . . .Kingston
QPeach, Donald ,.,,
Pearson, Marcia .
Pearson, Robert ,...
Peck, George .,.
Penley, William .,..
Penney, Brenda ..
Perry, Paul .....
QPerry, Sharon ..
Pickney, Charles .
Pierce, Hugh .....
Pierce, Janice ....
Pittman, Mary Ann
Pope, Grace ....
Powell, Charles ..
Presley, Dorothy ....
Priest, Judy .......
Pugh, Willard ....,
Purlcey, Roger ....
Qualls, Sharon ..
Rader, Ruth .....
Ray, John ......
Ray, Carol ....,.
Reardon, Alan ...,
Reece, Jimmy ....
Renegar, James .
Reynolds, Patrick .
Richmond, Pat .....
QRiggan, Robert ..
Roark, Melinda ..
Roberson, Don ,.,.
Roberson, Randy .
Roberts, Gloria ,.
0Robertson, Rod ,......
Robinson, Fred ......
Rogers, Gayle ..
Rogers, Linda Jo ....
Rose, Margaret .... ..
Russell, Joseph ..... ..,.
Rutherford, Mike ..
Sadler, Edwin ....
QSaunders, Kitt ....
semen, Judy ........ ..
. . .. .Clinton
. . . ., .Columbia
. . .. .Nashville
. . . .Gallatin
. . , . . . .Nashville
. . . . .Kingston
, . . . .Nashville
. . . . .Morristown
. . . . .Cookeville
. ...... Benton
. . .. .Morristown
. . . .. .Livingston
.. . .. .Oak Ridge
. . . . . .Westmoreland
. . . , . . .Cookeville
. . . . .Chattanooga
.. , . .Nashville
. . . . . . .Granville
.. .. ...Savannah
. . . . . . .Cookeville
. . .. .Nashville
. . . . . .Clarksville
. .. .Spring Hill
. . . . .Nashville
. . . . . .Nashville
Red Boiling Springs
Schmitt, Julia ........ ........ C hattanooqa
Seals, Bobbie Jean
Sewell, William ......
Shackleford, Jack ..,...
Shedden, Gwendolyn ....
. . , . . .Chattanooga
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Sharp, Ronald ....
Sheffey, John ....
Sherrard, Jo Ann ....
0Shoub, Dee .,
Shuster, Rita ......
Simmons, David ....
Simpson, Bart ,.,.
Smith, Homer ....
Smith, Ira ......
Smith, Stephen ....
QSmith, Steve ,...
Smith William ,....
Spain: Sam ..,,.......
Sparkman, Donald .... ....
Sparks, Beverly ....
Spears, Ronald ....
Starr, Gary ,,,,....
Steele, Shirley ..,...
Stewart, Kenneth ....
Stinson, Gary ....
. .. .. .Sparta
. . . . .Walling
. . . .Savannah
. . .Byrdstown
. . . .Nashville
. . , .Charlotte
. . .. .Cookeville
. . . ,Morrison
. , . . .Madison
, .,.. Madison
Many foreign language students find lab hours can
be helpful in studies.
Machines lab essential in IT tudie
0Stinson, Paul ....,
Stockton, Mary .
Stone, Martha ..
Stutz, Michael ,...
Suddarth, James .
Tarpley, Dorothy .
Teffer, Gertie Mae
Thomas, Gerald ..
Thompson, Joel ..
Tittle, John ......
Townsend, Terry ....
QTraylor, Donald ..
Trotter, Charlyn ..
Turner, Franklin ..,. . .
Vaden, Kathy ..,.
Vernon, Jim ,....
Vick, Donald .,.,.
Walden, Cheryl ..
QWalker, Edward .
Watson, James ..
Watson, Jimmy ..
.. . . .Spring City
. . .. .Cookeville
,. . . .Rockwood
, . . . .Portland
. . . . .Madison
. . , , . .. .Nashville
. . . . , . , .Columbia
,....... .... C leveland
West Point, N.Y.
, . . . .Nashville
IT majors find there is much to be learned from
their experiences in lab.
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Wattwood, Phillip .
Weakley, David ,...
Weatherford, Gary ...,
Webb, Marvin ,,..,
Weis, Mike ,...
Welch, Michael ....
West, Edward ,.,,.
West, Randall .....,
Wheeler, Brenda ..
Wheeler, Joe .,..
QWhite, David ....
White, Mike ..
White, Ronald ,....
White Sandra ...,.
0Wilcox, Charles ....
Willrey, Rick ...,,.
Williams, Jerry ....
Williams, Rebecca .
Williams, Ronald ..
QWillis, Patricia ....
Wilson Marie ..
Wilson, Sherrill .,..
ster, David .. .
0 Winchester, James ....
Womack, Patty ...,
Wray, Bill .......
Yates, Wayne ...,
York, Ellen ....,...
York, Linda .....,,
Young, Linda .....
Zerth, John .,...
. . . . .Spring City
. . . . . .Portland
. . , . .Columbia
, . , . . .Portland
,. . .Covington
. . . . . . .Lafayette
.. . . . . .Nashville
. , . , .Greenbrier
. . .. . . .Carthage
. .. .Spring City
. . . .Brownsville
. . . . .Kingsport
. , . .Lebanon
. . . . .Huntsville
. . . .Shelbyville
, , . .Nashville
. . . .Nashville
Secretary President Vice President Treasurer
Nancy Dickerson David Morgan Jack Glover Mary Lee Miser
ophomores set trend in elections
This year for the first time the soph-
omore class selected all their officers
by secret ballot. J ack Glover, a can-
didate for vice-president, petitioned the
student government for a secret ballot
vote on the basis that the old system of
election did not represent the majority
of the class.
In the past the president of the class,
who is elected by secret ballot during
the spring quarter, chooses the method
for the election of the other officers.
This procedure has consisted of a hand
vote by a small percentage of the class
at a called meeting.
Since this method did not necessarily
express the opinion of the class, the
new system was adopted. The new
procedure was so successful that the
other classes probably will be using
this method next fall.
Homecoming brought happiness and
frustration to the sophomores as they
had the duty of building the float for
the queen and her attendants. Snow
and freezing temperatures did not keep
them from completing their task.
Winter quarter many sophomores
joined the recruiting program for Tech
by visiting area high schools. By giv-
ing of their time and interest they were
helping expand Tech's educational pro-
The sophomores by the end of spring
quarter were glad to finish their last
quarter of required public programs.
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Argo, Boyd ...,
Baeuerlin, Carl ..
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A- Ball, Daniel .... .
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0 Barnett, Larry ....
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Bearden, Vyron ..
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K 0Blackwell, James ,...
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Bowers, Mary ..
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Clark, Larry .. .
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0Cobb, Bonny .
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Conners, Mary ..
Cooper, Russell .
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Cordell, Karen ..
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Crain, Roy ..,..
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Dale, Alberta . .
.. . . Nashville
. . . .Sweetwater
. . . . .Livingston
.. ........ Athens
. .....,..., Nashville
Red Boiling Springs
...... . Shelbyville
. . . . .Cleveland
.. .. .Hilham
. ,.... Cookeville
. .. .Cookeville
. .... Memphis
. . . .Gordonsville
.. .. .. ...Livingston
.... Vandalia, Ohio
. .. .Oak Ridge
. . . .Cookeville
. . . .Oneida
.. . Columbia
. . Etowah
.. . . Columbia
. . Nashville
. New Market
. . .Nashville
.. . Hixson
.... . Lebanon
New Lebanon, Ohio
. . .... ... Baxter
.. Old Hickory
.. .... Nashville
. .. .. Oak Ridge
.Red Boiling Springs
.. Birmingham, Ala.
.. .. Knoxville
. . . , . .Kingston
... ...... Nashville
. . ...Lafayette
Uffieer election procedure changed
0Dalton, Sharon ..
Davis, Debbie ..
Davis, Lucy ,...
Davis, Virginia ..,
O Deathridge, Owen
Denney, Patsy ....,
Dennis, Joyce ..,.
Dickerson, Nancy .
Dodson, Barbara .
0Dolan, David ..
Dowell, Mark ..
Draper, David ...,
Draper, William .
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Edmonds, Karen ..,.
Edwards, Robert ..
Edwards, Ronna ..
Elam, James ,.,,,,
Eleazer, Clark ..,.,.,
Elliott, John ....,
Elrod, Mary ..
Enix, Richard ..
Eskridge, Joyce ...
Evans, Donald ..
Evans, Johnny . ..
Farmer, Linda ...
Farris, Johnny ..
Fine, Betty .
0Fine, Rita .. ..
Flatt, Peggy ....
Flatt, Teddy ,...
Fletcher, Linda . .
OFreeman, Carol .
Froqq, Samuel .,..
Fuller, Peggy ..
Gentry, Carol ,,,,
Gibbs, James ,. .
Gibby, Patricia ..
Givens, Greg ..
Golfeiz, lraj .. .
. . .Ashland City
. . Chattanooga
. , . . . .Nashville
.. .,,.. Jackson
.. ..... Lawrenceburg
.. . .Clinton
. . . . .Chattanooga
. .... Cookeville
. . . . .Cookeville
. . . .Franklin
. . , .Oak Ridge
. ..... Dickson
. . . .Gallatin
. ..., .Nashville
. .... Lake City
. . . .Harriman
.. . .Jasper
.. . Winchester
. . Lenoir City
. . . , .Lynchburg
. . . .Kingsport
.. . Oneida
. . Cookeville
. .. .Chattanooga
. .... Baxter
.. ...Lake City
The Hackney-senatorial team checks lD's during
one of Tech's frequent elections.
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2 0Green, Clyde .....
Green, Deborah ....
Greer, John .... ..
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Hayden, Kathleen .
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f . Heidel, Nina ....,.
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Herod, Brenda .,.,
Hester, Teddy ....
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0Hickey, Kathy ..,..
time Holbrobk, Larry ....
fi 'SN Holt, Bonny ......
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' 0Hutchison, Thomas .
S Johnson, James
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Hinson Pauline .,,,
Hughes, Marcia .....,
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0Jones, Ann .,....
M Jones, Lovell . ..
Jones, Timothy .,..
Josephson, Jon ...
'Q Judd, Dennis ...
Kanter, Linda ...
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' King, Nancy ..,....
Kinnaird, Marjorie .
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Long, Deborah ....
Looper, Pam ......
McCall, Ray ,....,
McCarter, Brenda ..
. . . . .Nashville
. . . . . . . . .Springfield
... ..... Rickman
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
. . . . .Nashville
. . .Byrdstown
. . .Bush Creek
. . ,.... Oneida
.. .. .Nashville
. . .. .Nashville
. . . . .Oakdale
. . . .Monterey
. . . . .Hendersonville
. . . . .Chattanooga
.. . . . . .Nashville
.. ...... Memphis
. . . . .Pikeville
. . . .Byrdstown
. . . . .Brentwood
.. . . .Nashville
. .. . . .Gallatin
. . .. .Knoxville
. . . . . . .Kingston
. . . .Columbia
. . . . .Cookeville
. . . . .Cookeville
. . . . .Williamsport
. ...... Sparta
. . . . .Knoxville
.... . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. ......... Chestnut Mound
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Red Boiling Springs
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. . . . .Shelbyville
ophomore fini h required RGT
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ness to many sophomores.
0McClendon, Janie .Wartrace
McCloud, Dennis ..,4. .,... M onterey "
McConnell, James ..... ...,. K ingsport , , . ,
McCormick, Ronald .... .... L ivingston ' Q , ,ap Q I ri l
McCowan, Lois ........ ..... M onterey - Zi LNNI 5, L W S- if .. l K ii ' L 'W'
McCullough, LaDonna .... ...,. B ell Buckle , f K A:,-- Y' Q ilr Q .,:i 5 'xv' ., S ,R
McDaniel, Judy ......,. ....... M anchester iiii J 'kif K ,- , V A "' .. ,.,. V ' Y ' K M
McLaughen, James .... ..... C hattanooga I T ,iii T T '1 : ' 1 'i
McNash, David ...... ., . .Cookeville : J
0Maberry, Johnny . ,.Cookeville " 5 i
Maberry, Shirley .. .Cookeville
Maddux, Jerry ,., . ,.,LaFollette I
Maddux, John .... .Spring City . if 42, -
Madewell, Terry .,. ..,...,. Hixson km K Y X f , K t. ,
Mann, Connie ,... ..,.. K noxville wr- v-l "5 ' ,yyr I tts 'ff
Marks, William ,.., .... L ebancn i J ' W -,,,k krix f J fri, , W J 1" Miipi,
Markham, Frank ' ...... Tiptonville J 37,1 Q X
Marlow, Louetta ,.... Helenwood I V
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Matlock, John ..... . ..r.r... Jackson I
Maxwell, John ...,,. Johnson City ,V J - K E. i
May, Kenneth ,.... ,... , Oliver Springs if Q A 5 f, 5' 3' v K 3 5'
May, Vickie .....,.,., ....,,., L aFollette 5- K f 0-" ,,, , K T ' - ' tr ,.,
Merryman, Donna ... ., ,..Hartsville ' A hd' J' ' Q - W ' ,fl
Milburn, Terry ..... .. . .Manchester s . K ' ' uf J
Miller, Charlotte ..., Campaign " V '. ,
Miller, John ...... Athens 5 , ' I XX i
O Minton, Debra . . . ........... Dunlap i ii
Miser, Mary ..,. .........., M aryville K
Mitchell, Roger .. ,... Hampton, S. C. , ' "aww 6
Mitchell, Thomas .,....... Nashville I -cg J ' L, 'A 3,
Monks, Myra .,.,. ..... F ayetteville - i ii Elf, ' Q.
Moors, Jan ....., ..,...... N ashville qt ,
Moore, Jeanie .... .,.,. C hattanooga i ' 1 '
Moore, John .,.. ....... N ewcomb i A '
Morgan, David .. .,.... Portland J .
0Morgan, Ralph .. ...,. Gainesboro K i ,
Morrison, Judith ...,... Nashville y K ,, i P' ' ,
Moss, Mildred ,.... ........ C ookeville , 5 6 , V A Xi, , L 0- '
Mundy, Pamela ..,. ...,. W hites Creek . fi K I if S! ji, S K 3 J
Murrell, Sandra ,,,. ,...,.. K ingsport "" ,-si 'Ir 9 Y' ' K ' - i J' "' '-
Naifeh, Eugene ,,.. ....,.. S tanton -sw j J - WM W
Napier, Mary .... . ..Austin, Ind. P N 'X ' X f -I "
Neal, James ,..... .... G oodlettsville V A ' 1 ' lf
Needham, Beth .... ,. .... Knoxville J I la.- H 'QQ
0Nelson, Marilyn ..,. . ,... ,Oakdale K f
Newby, Philip .... ..... O ak Ridge A ,,
Newport, Amy ... ., McMinnville T' L' 19. V g - - '
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Norris, Doris ..... ,,.,..., ....,... A I pine E' J X", ., L 'F' J
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Oakley, Martha ,... .,..,......, L ivingston X 1 ., ,
Osborne, John ,.......... Nashville Q, V g
Palk, Gary .,.., ,,..,. C ookeville J
0Palko, Elaine ..... .... O ak Ridge ii
Paris, Michael ...,,.. Madison ,, I K in
Parker, James .,.. .... M cMinnville "' , A K 5' i ,
Partlow, Jerry ....., .. , . .Lebanon 3 Q- , -ra up ,Up f Q ' C.
Patterson, Charles .,.. , Signal Mtn. P ' ' X F'
Pearson, Richard ,,....... Old Hkckory l . ' I .
Penick, Robert ..,..... ..... B atesburg, S. C, T E 1 . I .A I '
Pentecost, Michael ........... Nashville ' ll i.Hik'ii ,
Phillips, William .......,. Nashville
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OPhy, Michael .
Plumlee, John .
Pritchett, Betty Jane
Randolph, Nancy ,
Raper, Edward . .
Ray, Sandy , .
Renaud, Linda . .
Rhodes, Calvin ..
Ridings, Becky .,
Rivers, William ...,
Robbins, Barbara ..
Roberts, Sandra .,
Rogers, Leon ,
Rose, Alan ..
Rose, Malcolm .,
Schramm, Harry .,
OSells, Karen ..
A ' Sexton, Carol .
Shanks, Mary Ruth
Simmons, Suellen .
Simpson, Sheila .
Smithson, Kenton .
Spann, Katherine .
Golden Girl Candy Holbrook waits 'For the signal
for the start of a half time show.
, . Hixson
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, .. Cookeville
.. . Nashville
.., ..., Athens
. . . .Cookeville
. ,. .... Concord
Red Boiling Springs
. . Franklin
. . .Columbia
. .Marion, Ky.
, . .Cowan
, Austin, Ind.
. . Alcoa
, . Crossville
Steffy, Richard ..
Stephens, Patsy .
Stockstill, Doris .
Stockton, David ,,
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Sutton, Bobby .
Swann Ronald ,
Tallon Wesley .,.
Taylor Cheryl ,
Taylor Eunice ..
Thomas, Ronald .
Thornton, Philip ,
OVaught, James .
Walker, Nancy ..
Wallace, Patty ..
Walrond, Linda ..
Watson, Larry .,
Watts, Phyllis .
Webb, Gail .
Wells, Judy ,
West, Lillian ,
Wheat, Nancy .
Wheeler, James .
Wheeler, Sharon ..
White, Frank ,
Williams Aaron ,
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Williams, Larry .
Williams, Sam , .
Winfree, Cathy .,
Winfree, William ,
Winningham, Suzi .,
0 Wiser, Steven
Wood, Marcia ,,
York, Billie ..
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Bringing big-name entertainment to Tech is a prob-
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Jack McCall Bobbye June Warren Diane Murphy
Freshmen began fall quarter with the
election of their officers. Since they
had not had time to really get to know
each other, campaigns had to be or-
ganized with speeches, posters and
handbills. By the day of election the
whole campus was covered with the
The freshmen found they had to
make a quick adjustment to college
life if they were to survive. Their first
midterms were nerve-wracking with the
threat of any deficiency being sent to
For the freshmen their first Home-
coming was exciting but a little cold.
Their traditional duty of building the
bonfire had its problems as the weather
and upperclassmen tried their hand at
destroying it. The bonfire proved to
be successful even though it had to be
composed entirely of cardboard be-
cause of unauthorized wooden mate-
rials used in last year's bonfire.
Winter quarter brought the election
of the freshman class beauties and Mr.
and Miss Freshman. In the past, the
winners were presented at the Fresh-
man Banquet, but the banquet was can-
celled because of lack of interest.
Spring quarter provided some new
experiences for the freshmen as the
campus schedule was filled with activi-
ties. Campus games, spring fling week-
end and trips to the lake became essen-
tial in everyone's plans.
0Addington, Sheila N.
Addison, Cheryl G.
Agee, Michael L. ..
Allen, Edith L.
Allen, Mable J. .... .
Ament, Sandy ......
Astin, Bonita S.
Austin, Steve R.
0Aylward, Robert W.
Baird, Robert E. ..
. . . . .Chattanooga
. ..,.,. Huntsville
.. .... .Cookeville
. ..... Waverly
Baker, Tommy R.
Baldwin, Debbie J.
Ballard, Janet G. ..
Barker, Deborah A.
Baskin, Jerry C.
Beaird, Sharon G. .
Beaman, Linda R. ..
lBeaty, Stephen L. ..
Berry, Brenda A.
Bewley, Deborah J.
Bianco, Vince ...,..
Bilbrey, Alice C. ..
Billingsley, Don E.
Birdwell, Terry E. ..
Blackburn, Jackie R.
Bobo, Richard .....
0Boles, Jan E. .... .
Boyd, Chris A. .,.,. .
Boyd, Fred D. ..... .
Bradley, Charles A.
Bradshaw, Kathy L.
Brady, Cynthia J, ..
Bratcher, Chanse W.
Brink, Robert H.
Britton, Ronnie H. .
0Brittian, Roy B. .. .
Brock, David W.
Brooks, Carol T. ..
Brown, David R.
Brown, Mike L. .... .
Burke, William D. ..
Butterworth, Kathy J.
Byrd, Buris A. ..... .
Camgron, Jill L.
lCamp, Phillip B.
Cannon, Linda G. ..
San Francisco, Cal.
. . . . . . .Nashville
. . ...... Rockwood
Caplenor, Jere M.
Capshaw, Johnny R.
Carlisle, Cheryl J. ..
Carter, Bruce L.
Carter, Ray P. ...., .
Castleman, Vicki L.
Chambers, Sandra S.
0Chrisman, Roy W. ..
Clark, Annie L.
Climer, Terry D. ..,, .
Collier, James S.
Collins, Linda G.
Conner, Mary K.
Cooper, Rebecca O.
.. ...Oak Ridge
. . . . .Nashville
Red Boiling Springs
... .,,,. Nashville
. ..... Nashville
.. ....... Jasper
. .Union City
. ...,... Lebanon
. . ....., Nashville
.. . .Gallatin
. .... Pigeon Forge
Battle Creek, Mich.
.. ,.... Nashville
... .... Columbia
Copeland, Johnny ....
lCrabtree, Larry D. ..
Crawford, Phillip L.
Crawford, Sylvia L.
Crockett, Cynthia E.
Cromwell, Naomi F.
Crosslin, Debbie L.
Cross, Rhuveda J. ..
.. ...,. Cookeville
..... Ten Mile
. . ..... Sparta
Crowell, Mark R. ,.... .,.... C arthage
Crunk, Jessan ....
0Curtis, Randall S. ..
Davidson, David L. ..
Davis, Kenny L.
Deasy, Sylvia A.
Denmark, Michael W
Draper, Roger L.
Dubree, Brenda J.
Durham, Garry W. .
Eachus, Patricia L. .
Eggleston, Carolyn R
Einecker, Sandra L. .
Ellis, Tamara S. .,.. .
Elmore, aiu R.
Elmore, Gary P. ..
Feisler, Jan A.
0Fisher, John R.
Flatt, Wayne A. ..
Fleming, David R. .
Fleming, Thomas F.
Florence, Melissa E.
Ford, Linda F. .... .
Ford, Mary A.
Ford, Pamela .....
Foster, Vicky C.
. . . . .College Grove
.. ..,.. Shelbyville
.. ..,.... Clarksville
. . ......, Portland
. . . . .Chattanooga
.. . ...Cookeville
.. .... Nashville
. . ...... Rockwood
. . .,....,. Rockwood
. ..... College Grove
.. ....,...... Sparta
. ..,.... Sparta
.....Romney, W. Va.
.. .. .Hermitage
.. ..... Nashville
.. ..... Nashville
.. .......... McEwen
. . . . . . . . .Winchester
....Falls Church, Va.
. . . . . . .Cookeville
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' 0Foust, Linda 'G. ..., .... L ake City
' f V lgeermanh Tcamngy G. .. .... Union vCity
4. M a ln, ec y . ..,.., ......... i ola
VT' , vm 1 ' Qu Q I 0 wi, Gaines, Mickie E. ..,. ...,. N ashville
' .gk K 2 Q V I ,,-' ' L. .Lt 1, IIGV - Galaviz, Julie A. ......Venezuela
i n - ii r , 'H L V Gantz, Rebecca J. .....Orient, Ohio
. it . r ' ,' , X 7 ' . Garmon, Marsha A. ., ..... McMinnville
. " 'YQ ,L 4 , L" . 55 4 Gentry, Harriet ....... .-.Cookeville
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0Gibson, Sheila A. ,... .,... G adsden
Gibson, Susan J. ......, .,... C rawford
at Goodman, 'George W. ..,.. Maryville
1 if , Gore, Judy .....,...... , .,,.. Kingston
3 Gore, Susanne ..,.... .,..... C arthage
5 ' Gower, Pamela B. ..... Springfield
J X, gram: tEJla,ineEV. ..... Towsoa, Mdd.
l ' ,, YI I , o n . .... .,.,.. n ei a
Tl Nfl X Griffith, Mark G. .. ...,. Nashville
I 0Graham, Henrietta .,...... Crossville
Grant, Pamela K. .. .... Goodlettsville
fm- 1- 0 ,., . Gravley, Julia T. ....... ..,...... E tovnah
f 55, Gregory, Johnny ......... ...,. N ashvllle
" Guntherberg Rebecca C. ..,......,, Elora
.. 'P Hale, Marjorie A. ........ .... C rossville
f A mx A M Halfacre, Robert L. .... ...,. G ranville
. 'Zi My? 'A I FH Halfacre, Teresa J. .. ..... Granville
. Y 1 Hall, William L. .... .... B rentwood
0Hamilton, Kay ....... .... S weetwater
' ,Z , . A v Hancock, Phillip R. .. ...,... Liberty
' gr , "" g Hardin, Gene L. .... .......Linden
5 G Y v sl Harp, Mary H, ...... ....... L afayette
X V . 'K ' 'X ' 5 ,ls Hargrove, Joseph R. ............ Nashville
" "',, K ,F Hart, Nancy K. ............ Oliver Springs
, Harvey, Claudia M. .....,.0liver Springs
', I Hawkins, Teresa G. ...... Portland
.K X X. Hayes, Andrea L. ...Silver Point
, - , 0Hayes, Tony B. .... Jamestown
' V 'by F 5 - Haynes, Shirley L. ...... Mitchellville
5 J- 8 ' , 2 , no ' F W Head, Arlene ........,. ....... L afayette
, .N " ' ,l ' I L , l Headden, Kendal B. ...... .... M cKenzie
HK' m-T ' I ' C' -VWV X T' ff' Hendrixson, Ronnie Lee ......,.SmithviIle
' I I " ' Y Hill, Deborah E. ........ . .....MaryvilIe
, l 4 'M Hinson, Sarah K. ......,. ......... C elina
,wb , , Hobbs, Margaret F. ..,...... McMinnville
1 Sw. f 5 Hobbs, Terry M. ..... ...... M cMinnville
,. . 0Holder, James R. .... ....,. G allatin
v ' . it Holland, Andrea F. ...., Sparta
W V Q, 'Q 7 A Holloway, Harold G. .... Crossville
I Q, ,,,,V N- 53 V K Honey, Jennifer A. .... ...... C arthaqe
4' , X A ' Hood, Linda L. ...... ..... M anchester
. - I W T Hooper, Ronald c. .. .... .Nashville
' bf U " ' Hopper, Kathy M. . ...,. Nashville
Q fi S Howard, Stephen F. .. .... Shelbyville
l ' A Howland. Thelma J. .. ..... Nashville
Step 6 seems to come much earlier since the new
registration system went into effect 'fall quarter.
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0Huffines, Betty A. Red Boiling Springs
Hughes, Nancy ,, .... . Kingston
Hunt, Ruby N. . .. Nashville
Hyde, Elizabeth M. ..,, College Grove
Hyder, Nancy J. ., . Crossville
Jeffers, Nancy L. Winona
Johnson, Harold W. Baxter
Johnson, Ronny D.
Johnson, Sandra G.
0Jones, Keven .,
Joubert, Lorraine E.
Judge, Larry V. ,
Kanter, Shirley A.
Keckler, Sheila S. ,
Keene, Willie B.
Kemp, Susan M,
Kendall, James D.
lKerr, Donald J. .
Kirby, Bettye A. ,,
Kirk, Wendell B.
Kittrell, William C.
Klasek, Martin A. ..
Kolodi, Michael ,
Lane, Margaret A. ,.
Larrea, Alfonso E.
0Ledbetter, Mary F ,.
Ledford, Connie R.
Lee, Brenda G. ..
Lee, Joyce A. .
Lewis, Jane C. ,.
Lewis, Kathleen M.
Lewis, Richard A.
0Lofty, Steven D,
Loveday, Vicki J.
Lyons, John R. , .
Lusk, Elizabeth P. . .
Mahon, Mary M. ,.
Marchbanks, James S.
Martin, Gary D. , .
Martin, Pamela G. . .
OMason, Richard E. ,
Mason, Sandra K.
Masters, Pamela A. .
Mathes, Douglas B.
Mathis, Larry D. .
Mayberry, Stanton G.
May, James A. . .
Maynord, Charles Y.
McBride, Brenda F.
OMcCall, Jack B.
McClintock, Joseph T
McGugin, Janet G.
McQueen, Randy E.
McMillan, Philip E.
McNew, Ben F. .. .
Melton, Lonnie B.
Meyer, Janet M. ,
Milam, Joyce A. .
0Mills, Dexter ,
Mills, Dianna H.
Miller, Sarah C.
Moore, Louis R. ,
Moore, Teresa A. ,
Morgan, Robert H.
Morris, Dorothy A.
Morrow, Helen G.
Mullins, Ralph H.
0Murphy, Danny R.
Murphy, Harold L.
Murphy, Margaret D.
Murphy Richard E.
Neal, Karen A.
Neal, William O.
Newman, Robert W.
Newsom, Ronald K,
0Nichols, Janet A.
Norval, Linda J,
Norwood, William A.
Nunley, Rebekah J.
Oliver, Betti A.
Parks, Roger D.
Phillips, David . ,
OPhy, Roger N.
Pinkston, Danhy V.
Pittman, Janice M.
Porter, Alice E.
Porter, Elyce E.
Powell, Ebbie R.
Powell, Martha D.
Price, Gloria L.
Pugh, Roy N. . .,
, . ...Alamo
,. Ashland City
... . Nashville
. Union City
, . Lebanon
J. ,... . Nashville
.. ., Cookeville
, . Knoxville
. . , Oneida
,,., . . Sparta
.. Windsor, Conn.
. .,. Alexandria
.,. . Knoxville
. , Memphis
. . Nashville
,. ., Sparta
. . Nashville
.. , Sparta
..... Louisville, Ky.
.. .. . Sparta
. , Clinton
,, . Palmer
. . Old Fort
. ., Sparta
.. . Columbia
. Dayton, Ohio
. . Cookeville
. . McMinnville
, . . Nashville
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Randolph, Cheryl L.
Rascoe, William S.
Reynolds, Mary R.
Rhea, Kenneth T,
Rhoton, William D.
lRickard, Katherine N.
Riggan, Sam R.
Robbins, Sara B.
Roberts, Susan E.
Roberts, Larry G.
Rogers, Alfred W.
Roggli, Patty D.
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Schild, David A. .
Scoggins, Thomas D.
Sharp, Edward D.
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Shepherd, Phillip L.
Sherrill, Kay C. ..
Shugart, Brenda J.
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Steele, Phillip R. .
Steffey, Judy G.
Stockton, Nancy F.
Swaney, Deborah D.
Talley, Janice K.
Tenpenny, Larry A.
0Terry, Stephen D.
Thompson, Denny R.
Thompson, Jan S.
Thompson, Jenny L.
Thomas, Michael E.
Tigue, Peggy A. ..
Tollett, Linda A.
Turck, Karla J.
Turnbill, Linda K.
I Underwood, Deborah D,
Upchurch, Debra L.
Vanhooser, Joe K. .
Vaughn, Wilma J.
Walker, Carlotta A.
Walker, Carol E.
Walker, Nancy L.
Waller, Eva A. .
Walters, Sheila A.
0Warren, Bobbye J. .
West, Jerry L.
White, Beverly A.
Whitney, Gregg K.
Williams, Donald L.
Williams, Patti L.
Williams, Barbara L. ..
Williams, Cyril D.
Willard, Gordon L.
0Williams, Steve A. ..
Williford, Linda D. ..
Willis, Steven W. ..
Willis, Teresa J.
Wilmore, Johnny E.
Wilson, Nancy J. ......, .
Winfree, Wesley A.
, Pall Mall
. . Nashville
.. . Sparta
. Mountain City
. .. Gallatin
. . Moss
. Spring City
. ..OId Hickory
. Green Brier
. . . .Manchester
Winningham, Carolyn J. ........ Crossville
Witcher, Deborah N. Red Boiling Springs
OWocdall, William J.
Yentsch, Carol A.
Young, John M.
Yusypchuk, Gene J. .. ..
. . . .Chattanooga
...Wayne, N. J.
New honorary SOCIETY on Campus
Phi Kappa Phi honorary society was
oflicially established on Tech's campus
March 6, 1970. TTU is the second uni-
versity in the state to be granted a charter
of the honor society, following UT.
Invitations were extended to undergradu-
ates, graduates and faculty members.
This group is concerned with the individ-
ual's work in general, rather than in any
one field of study.
All other honorary fraternities on cam-
pus are related to some area of study. ln
these groups a member must maintain a
high grade average in his particular field,
plus a high overall average. Phi Kappa
Phi encourages its members to learn
about all fields of study.
Dr. Savage with other Phi Kappa Phi members ad-
mire Tech's newly acquired charter.
Delta Tau Alpha is a national honorary fraternity
for agriculture stuclenls
Carla Stafford presides over Pi Omega Pi, the
honorary business fraternity.
Kappa Mu Epsilon: Orion Miller, Pres.: James
Mantooih, Treas.g Grace Pope, Sec.: Tom Aiexan-
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Jarrell in the Homecoming parade.
Honor groups active
Tau Beta Pi is the honorary group 'For recognizing
achievemenf in ali fields of engineering.
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Doses with its sweetheart, Brenda Blackwood.
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Circle in ihc Homecoming parade.
Patterson named new co-op director
The co-operative program is under the
administration of the College of Engi-
neering, though it also includes the fields
of business, mathematics, chemistry and
physics. The primary purpose of this
program is to give a student work experi-
ence and training in his field of study. It
has been useful in providing financial aid
to the student although it makes no guar-
antees in this area.
Under this program a student attends
school for one calendar year, then works
for a calendar year. He continues work-
ing alternate years until graduation. Set
up on the basis of a five-year period, the
system includes two years being spent at
on-the-job training. Even though the
student is on this type of program, he
must meet the same requirements for
graduation as other Tech students.
This year 240 students are involved in
the co-operative program. In this group,
102 are employed in full-time jobs. The
remainder are furthering or finishing their
college education. The program has
proven to be successful as more and more
students are becoming involved in it.
Jerry Estes adjusts an electronic control panel at
the U.S. Naval Avionics Facility.
NASA assigns Gary Fain to the testing of an ex-
perimental "chatter indicator."
Randy Rankin runs a liquid limits test on a soil
sample in a district laboratory.
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South Central Bell Telephone Company.
Charles Smith finds testing is an important part of
the Ford Company.
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architecture . . . columns, columns
everywhere . . . CONSTRUCTION . . .
Business . . . Student Center . .
engineering addition . . . ALREADY
FINISHED . . . Smith Lodge . . . Biology . . .
D and E . . . Engineering facilities
LANDMARKS . . . Derryberry Hall . . . The
Quad . . . Overall Field . . . PROUD NEW
RESIDENTS . . . ROTC . . . Football . . . Track . .
Tennis . . . FOREVER WILL BE HERE . . .
Bartoo . . . Kittrell . . . Infirmary
Steam Plant and T-Tower . . . INSIDE . . .
Labs . . . specialized equipment .
Research areas . . . chalkboards .
erasers . . . chalk . . . the usual .
THE CAMPUS . . .
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Bossey, in a diary husbandry problem.
grieulture utilizes both
. Much of the land on the farm is used 'For raising
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If total acreage of each college was tal- Q' 6-sf 5.
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lied, the Division of Agriculture would
far out distance all the others. fm- '
W as .
Offices and classrooms are in the Biol- i
ogy-Agriculture Building. Here theories
are formulated. Students plan farms,
crops and livestock. -f '
But the farm is where the practical ex-
perience is utilized. Every student works
on problems involving every phase of
farm life. Specialized equipment enables
them to get better results.
When Tech was put on university sta-
tus in 1965, the School of Agriculture
and Home Economics was formed.
Since then the Division of Agriculture has
expanded to meet the requirements and
demands for agricultural specialists.
Presently, the division offers three
four-year programs and a two-year pre-
Dennis Cunningham compares the varieties of
grass that are available for pastures.
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Colorful displays are a regular feature in the home
The lounge is a favorite place for the home eco-
nomics women to study between classes.
Home Ee. uses
Using interior design, the Division of
Home Economics has turned the top floor
of the Chemistry Building into the "ideal"
A large, comfortable loungefor study-
ing, meeting friends and resting is a fa-
vorite room of the home economics ma-
jors and faculty.
Featured in this building are kitchen
work areas, dining areas and spacious
classrooms. Offices for instructors are
also on this floor.
Apartment J in Tech Village is the cur-
rent home management residence.
Offering two four-year curricula, the
Division of Home Economics is under the
supervision of Mary Below.
The newest structure for the College of Arts and
Sciences is the Biology-Agriculture Building.
Arts and Sciences
in Henderson Hall
With its diversified curricula, the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences covers more
area than any other college at Tech.
Headquarters for the college are in
Henderson Hall. This building also
houses the English and history and politi-
cal science departments.
Completed in 1968, the Biology-Agri-
culture Building is the newest structure
used for an arts and sciences curriculum.
Lecture rooms, lounges for faculty and
students and laboratories are the main-
stay of the building.
The Physics-Math Building, parallel to
Overall field, not only houses mental ex-
ercise, but because of its distance from
the center of campus, getting to it takes
Bartoo Hall and the Chemistry Build-
ing are two other structures on campus
used by the College of Arts and Sciences.
The former is the home of philosophy
and sociology. Foreign languages and
chemistry are found in the latter.
A centrifuge app
a chemistry lab.
aratus is used to test formulas in
to be completed
by end of 970
Housed for many years in Kittrell Hall,
the College of Business Administration
will be moved to its new building by the
end of 1970.
With this new structure, there will also
be expansion. Considerable more floor
space in the building will allow room for
more sophisticated equipment, lecture
halls and better classrooms.
Built in 1916 as East Hall, it was con-
verted to the Business Administration
Building in 1957 and renamed Kittrell
Hall. The structure was named for Tom
W. Kittrell, a former bursar of Tech.
When the new building is completed,
all business classes will be taught in the
same building. Now, several courses in
management are being taught on the top
iloor in Derryberry Hall.
Since its organization, Louis Johnson
has been dean of the School of Business
Administration. Under his guidance, the
school has shown significant improvement
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The eclipse of the sun was viewed by many with Stress patterns are checked by an engineering un-
the equipment in the engineering departments.
dergraduate in a lab.
En ineering soon to have six buildings
Five buildings plus one under construc-
tion make up the core of the engineering
complex. The newest, an electrical and
mechanical engineering structure, is two
years old, the oldest, 28.
Honoring the late governor, Frank
Clement, Clement Hall houses the ad-
ministrative staff of the College of En-
gineering. Also included in its 62,000
square feet of floor space is the D. W.
Mattson Computer Center, a suberitical
nuclear reactor and nuclear engineering
Built in 1942, the Foundry is used by
the industrial technology department. It
has been equipped with the most sophisti-
cated machinery available.
To be completed by 1971, the Chemi-
cal and Civil Engineering Building will
cost approximately 552,365,000 It will
be almost twice the size in floor space as
Tech has long been noted for its out-
standing Collcge of Engineering-these
facts are part of the reason.
These beams will support the sixth building in the
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Education additions improve curricula
Two major improvements have in-
creased the value of the teacher-training
program in the College of Education.
Under one new program, education
majors have the opportunity to see them-
selves as teachers. Television has been
utilized to set up micro-teaching situa-
tions. In this methods course, the stu-
dent teaches a 10-minute class to local
students. Following the filming, the stu-
dent is criticized by the rest of the class.
A second improvement was made in
the Learning Research Center-formerly
the Learning Materials Center.
Functioning similar to a small library, the
LRC contains books, pamphlets, papers
and other resource materials.
During the 196O's, the College of Edu-
cation showed significant growth. The
increase, however, was not seen only in
the new facilities-the College of Educa-
tion now ranks as the largest college
within the University.
Wafer safety classes are iauglii in the indoor pool
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most familiar buildings on campus.
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AUTOMOBILES KDealers, Supplies, Repairsl
Bob's Body Shop Dunn's Auto Parts
Clarence Stewart Auto Sales Goodyear Tire Center
Titsworth-Denny Motor Company
Woodford Motor Company
RaIpl1's Donut Shop
First National Bank fCookevilleI
Cookeville Federal Savings and Loan First National Bank iSpartaI
Cookeville Motor Company
College Barber Shop
Coca-Cola Company Royal Crown Bottling Company
Pepsi Cola Company
Jack Sells Bookstore The University Center
Hi-Speed Car Wash
Cottage Cleaners Model Cleaners and Laundry
Ideal Cleaners One-Hour Martinizing
Bob's Shop for Men McAdoo's
Ideal Men's Shop McMurray-Roberson, Inc.
Jayson's The Knock
Jenkins and Darwin Brothers Village Squire Men's Shop
Herald Citizen WHUB
Putnam County CATV WPTN, Inc.
Cream City Ice Cream
Jack Sells Drugs The Village Drug
Medical Center Pharmacy West Side Drug
Fabric Shop Stitch 'n Sew Fabric Shop
Grady's Dry Goods
Putnam Farm Supplies
FIVE AND DIME STORES
Lays 5 8: I0
Gunnel's Florist Sammie's Florist
Institutional Wholesale Company Robert Orr and Company
Kern's Bread J. J. Foutch and Son
Dyer Funeral Home Whitson Funeral Home
Hooper 8: Huddleston Funeral Home
- FURNITURE STORES
Furniture Showroom Walter Bracey Furniture Company
Village Furniture Store
Food Town Super Market
Bob Poteet's Hardware
Cookeville Shirt Company
M id-South Pavers, Inc.
Power and Condon
Putnam County Chamber of Com-
Cookeville Planing Mills Draper Lumber Company
Department of the Army, Tennessee
Tech University, Military Science
. MOTELS 8: HOTELS
Rice Ramada Inn Thunderbird Motel
SI1al'IIKS MOFQI Winona Mofal
Maddux Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
Cookeville Music Company
COCIY OHICE SUPPIY Hargrove Office Supply
Ensor's Office Supplies
Delmar Photography Martine Studia
Harding Studio White studio
1 . PRINTING COMPANIES
Herald .Ir Citizen Putnam Printing Company
Memphis News Company Universal Printers
The Wesley Foundation
B 81 B Grill
Carl Bean's Dairy Queen
Jack Frost Restaurant
Burgess Falls ESSO
East Side Shell
Johnny's Ye Old Pizza
M 8: R Dairy Mart
Mickey's Dairy Diner
Highland Rim ESSO
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Conferences, Retreats, Luncheons
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Robert H. Lewis, Jr. Campus Minister
Margery Hargrove Fine Arts Director
Carolyn Chapman Choir Director
Teresa Ensor Secretary-Receptionist
Bob Bryce President, Council
Donald Caplenor Chairman, Board
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25 S. Whitney Ave. Phone 526-9588 Cookeville, Tenn.
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137 East Broad
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29 N. ceouz - cooxevme
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Cookeville, Tennessee 38501
P. O. BOX 489 TELEPHONE 526-ZIO9 Home of
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page-end indicator. and a swing-forward
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42I E. Broad Street
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Lay S and Appliances
Raymond H. Ballard -Manager
West Side Shopping Center
8-I0 West Broad
SALES AND SERVICE
2I West Broad
Phone 526-63 I 6
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Phone 526-61 1 1
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0 Paper Supplies
' Sanitation Needs
0 Restaurant Supplies
0 Coftee Roasters
0 Fresh Fruits 8. Vegetables
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Cookeville Music Co.
East 1st 8: Washington
Pianos 6 Organs Band Instruments
Ace Tone varez
Musical Instruction Sheet Music
Piano Tuning 84 Repair Method Books
Musical Accessories Rental-Purchase Plans
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GRADY'S FABRIC CENTER
West Side Shopping Center
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261 Shipley Avenue Cookeville, Tenn.
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Briggs 8: Stratton and Clinton Engines
Complete Line of All Auto Parts
125 East Spring Sr.
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Phone 526-423 I
Pay Cash and Pay Less
A Good Store in a Good Town
35 W. Broad
PUT A TIGER IN Ml TANK! MICKEYS DAIRY
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Burgess Falls EA
Esso h "Home of the Slim Jim
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lnferstate 40 8: Burgess Falls Road I403 N. Washington Avenue
Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville' Tenn.
Phone 526-91 I2 Phone 526574'
Manufacturers of "Washington Dee Cee"
106 North Walnut
The opportunity for leadership is avail-
able to all. Leadership need not be lim-
ited to the elite. Although most male
campus leaders are ROTC cadets, as-
piring for the tremendous opportunities
of a commission in the uniformed ser-
vices of their country, ARMY Second
Lieutenant Commissions are available to
all who qualify and have initiative. YOU,
TOO, CAN BE A LEADER.
Opportunities for further education
and for duty in specialized areas of en-
gineering and management are available
to those who desire to serve their coun-
try in the most admirable way, as a com-
The horizon is bright and the oppor-
tunities are great for those who have
ARMY ROTC teaches the tools of
leadership, the ARMY and the Nation
uses them. Become a part of the move-
ment for a better America: learn to lead,
JOIN ARMY ROTC.
Colonel Edward P. Downing and the
Tech Military Science Department con-
gratulate the I970 Graduates of Ten-
'ROTC plus STUDENTS with INITIATIVE equate
to LEADERS FOR THE FUTURE.
"Home of the Tenn. Tech Mum'
IO4 N. Washington Ave.
Putnam Farm Supply
o JOHN DEERE FARM 216 W. Spring Phone 526-7071
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"A private enterprise doing
business with private people"
Clarence B. Palk, jr.
Complete Line of Dress Goods,
Patterns, Notions, Etc.
Drapery Material and Drapery
"Draperies Made to Order"
B 81 B Grill
, Recreation Center
Specialty: all types of short orders
Qfluq open 7 'til Midnight
7 Days a Week
Park Village Shopping Center
Behind BSU-Cedar and 7th
DRAPER LUMBER COMPANY
BUILDERS HARDWARE 0 STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS 0 WINDOWS-DOORS
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On the Square
Home of Usual and Unusual Items
NORTH AMERICAN ROYALTIES, INC.
Gordon Street, President
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402
WHELAND FOUNDRY DIVISION
One of the nation's largest and most
modern production facilities.
OIL AND GAS DIVISION
exploration and development.
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55 N. Walnut Phone 526-5227
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Service Y E A R S in Meats
Crushed Limestone for Every Purpose
Serving Putnam and
Formerly Algood Limestone Co.
J. J. Foulch 8. Son Packing Co.
' COOKEVILLE. TENN. 3850! Algood, Tenn.
I9 S. Jefferson
Kodak, Bell eff Howell
and Polaroid Dealer
Phone 526-7 I 3 I
A proud and dedicated friend
of Tenn. Tech Students and Faculty
45 West Broad Street See us for all your needs in
office machines, equipment
39 West Spring
Maddux Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Shop
it's fun to eat at
1927-Our 44th Y6211'-1970
Drive-in Registration at N010 in OW' New Building
Motor Entrance To Serve You Better
Ralph H. Win
Telephone: Area Code 615: 526-9708 OFFICE STATIONERY
Corner Broad and Cedar
Cookeville, Tennessee West First PhOI'1C
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Electronic Phone 526-8036 Owner:
Wheel Balancing 990 N. Washington Charlie Netherton
Specialist in School Photography and Yearbooks. Better Portraits-Finer '
Yearbooks-We Do Both. lt ls a Pleasure to Serve The Tennessee Tech Bonner lvlcEn-lilre
Eagle- 24:1 Dundee Lane
DELMAR PHOTOGRAPHERS NaShSlfifem'
Shakes 0 Sundies 0 Malts
Sandwiches o French Fries
Cedar Ave. and Spring St.
all type repairs
Sparta Highway at I-40
227 E. Spring
"We Call For and Deliver
in Cookeville Daily"
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Cold Storage for
WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS
Phone 537 9522 Algood, Ten
in Pufnam County
for FRlGlDAlRE Appliances
and SEALY Bedding and
Living Room Furnifure
I3 N. Cedar
West Side Drug
West Side Shopping Center
Oak and Third
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228 E. BROAD ST. VILLAGE CENTER
PHONE 526-3301 PHONE 526-7156
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First National Bank
Supporters of Tenn essee Tiech Smeg 1915
Ralph Dyer Paul Dyer
Dyer East Sicle Shell
798 South Willow Ave.-P. O. Box 7lI
COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE 3850i
Tune-ups, Fishing Supplies
Complete Funeral Service
24-Hour Ambulance Service ,
55 N. Washington Ave.
' A 203 East Ninth
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Owned by: Melvin 8: Reba Gentry West Broad
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A Good Store
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Also service and sell
bairpieces, wigs, falls
on the square Cookeville
above Marchbanks Drug Store Tennessee
Putnam County Chamber of Commerce
The Upper Cumber1and's Greatest
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All Kinds of Building Lumber . Social Invitations
Robert W. Lowe, jr.-Owner . Small Publimliom
660 W. spring
Telephone 526-9771 Cookeville
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, Zan, Tech brlngs to Cookevllle annually
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Abbott, Larry Edward-I57
Adair, James Gary-I57
Adair, Jerry Dwain-I93
Adams, Kenneth Ray-l57
Adamson, Marilyn C.-I57
Adcock, Roy Alton, Jr.-I93
Adcox, David Murray-I57
Addington, Sheila Nannette-2I2
Nelda Wilmore- I 6 I
Addison, Cheryl Godfrey-2I2
Addison, Philip Andrew-l57
Agee, Michael Lee-2I2
Akens, Larry Grey-I57
, Brenda Ann-205
Allen, Edith Lynn-2I2
Allen, Fred Jackson, Jr.-205
Allen, John William-I57
Allen, Mable Jean-2I2
Allen, Oneda Faye-I57
Allred, Kenneth L.-I57
Ament, Cassandra Jean-2I2
Ament, Jacqueline Sue-157
Amonette, Freddie G.-I57
Amonette, Gwendolyn Lane E.-I57
Anderson, Helen Page-l57
Anderson, Jerrilyn Anne-I57
Anderson, Joseph Nelson-l57
Anderson, Katherine Jo-2l2
Anderson, Michael Carl-I57
Anderson, Richard Burton-205
Anderson, Robert C.-I93
Anderson, Ruth Gribble-I57
Anderson, Toni Lynn-205
Anderson, William Hugh-I57
Barton, John Douglas-I58
Barton, Stephen Harold-I58
Baskin, Jerry Cleveland-2I2
Bassham, Robert John-I58
Bates, Bruce Nelson-l58
Bates, Howard Peyton-l93
Bauer, Thomas Michael-I93
Baugh, Rebecca Derryberry-I58
Baumgartner, Jannie Kay-l58
Baxter, Alana Marie-205
Bay, Robert Thomas-205
Bayless, Patricia Jean-l58
Beaird, Sharon Gay-2I2
Beam, Walter Lynn-I59
Beaman, Linda Ray-2l2
Bean, Daisy Carlene-I93
Bean, Dixie Alene-205
Bearden, Vyron Calvin-205
Beasley Sarah Dalton-l59
Beaty, Karen Beth-205
Beaty, Stephen Lane-2I2
Beavers, John Thomas-205
Beck, Carol Janet Skelton-I59
Beck, Patrick Martin-205
Beesley, Donna Frances-205
Bell, Jack Lester-I93
Bell, Kathryn Elizabeth-205
Bell, Lanny Partin-I59
Bell, Robert Charles-l93
Bennett, Horace W.-I93
Bennett, Ronnie Jimmy-I93
Bennett, William Herman-l93
Bergeron, Robert Derek-I93
Berry, Brenda Ann-2l2
Bewley, Deborah Jean-2I2
Bianco, Vincent Alton-2I2
Bickford, Sharon Lynne-l59
Bidd Barbara Joyce-I93
Apple, Ray Arthur-205
Apple, Vickey Goolsby-I57
Archer, Michael Freed-l57
Argo, Boyd Wayne-205
Armstrong, Donna Lynn-I93
Arnett, Margaret Ruth-205
Arp, William Brian-I57
Ashby, Joe Randall-I57
Askey, Thelma Jane-I57
Astin, Bonita Sue-2I2
Atnip, Deborah Leah-157
Austin, Steve Patrick-2I2
Aylward, Robert William-2l2
Babbitt, Jesse Albert-I58
Babcock, Sheila Ann-I58
Bacon, Beverly Ann-I93
Baeuerlin, Carl Richard-205
Bailey, Kathy Lucilla-205
Bailey, Walter Wesley, Jr.-I93
Bain, Gary Kendall-I93
Baird, Robert Edward-2I2
Baker, Gerald Lee-205
Baker, John R.-I93
Baker, Robert Walker, Jr.-I58
Baker, Tommy Roy-2l2
Baldwin, Deborah Jean--2I2
Baldwin, Robert Lynn-I93
Bales, David Paul-205
Ball, Daniel Harlan-205
Ball, Steven Michael-I93
Ballard, Janet Gail-2I2
Bandy, John William-I58
Bane, William Dewey-I93
Bilbrey, Alice Charlene-2I2
Bilbrey, Bobby Gerald-I59
Bilbrey, Jack Bruce-l59
, Margaret Lucille-205
Bilbrey, Melinda Moore-205
Bilbrey, Ralph B.-l59
, Sandra Gail-205
Billings, Connie Juanita-I'-73
Billings Deborah Orvilene-205
Billingsley, Don Edwards-2l2
Bingham, Rickey Dale-I93
Binkley, Frederich H., Jr.-I59
Binkley, John Raymond-205
Birdwell, Elwyn Terry-2l2
Birdwell, Joyce Marie-I59
Birdwell, Marilyn Mae-l59
Birdwell, Wilma Robbins-l59
Bishop, Jane L.-I59
Bishop, Kenneth Alan-205
Bishop, Sharon Ann-205
Black, Kenneth Monroe-l59
Black, Martha Gail--l59
Blackburn, Jackie Ray-2I2
Blackwell, James Edward-205
Blackwell, Rodney Burke-I60
Blankenship, Betty Ann-205
Blankenship, Patricia Ann-I93
Blanton, Marvin Glynn-205
Blaylock, Marian Elaine-205
Blaylock, Nancy Pearle-I93
Blocker, James Richard, Jr.-l60
Boatman, Carolyn- I 93
Bobo, John T.-l60
Bobo, Richard Wayne--2I2
Ru pert Lynn-I 60
Barber, Billy Ray-I93
Barger, Willa Maurine-I93
Barker, Deborah Anne-2l2
Barker, Shirley Carol-I58
Barnes, Carol Ann-205
Barnes, Deborah Elizabeth-205
Barnes, Harry Edward-I58
Barnes, James Cyril-205
Barnes, Phyllis Elain-I93
Barnett, John Alvin--I93
Barnett, Larry Roger-205
Barnett, Michael Eugene-I58
Barrett, David Gardiner-I58, I93
Barry, Charles Dennis-I58
Barton, Doris Faye-205
Boles, Jan Ellen-2I2
Bolton, Carl Thomas-205
Bomar, Bruce William-I93
Bond, David Clark-I60
Bonine, Gary Kenneth-I93
Booker, Karen Elaine-205
Borden, Phyllis Jean-I93
Borum, Larry Kinsey-I60
Boston, William Terry-205
Bottenfield, Deborah Dewar-I 60
Bow, David Carl-205
Bowe, Nathaniel Woodson, Jr.-I93
Bowers, Linda Carol-I60
Bowers, Mary Alane-205
Bowers, Patricia Kay-I60
Bowker, Elizabeth Anne-I93
Bowman, Dale Lee-205
Boyd, Beverly Carolyn-l60
Boyd, Chris Allen-2I2
Boyd, Fred Dudley-2l2
Boyd, John Kyle, Jr.-I93
Boyett, Joe Bruce-I93
Brackin, Raymond, Jr.-l93
Bradford, Martha E.-l60
Bradford, Tommy G.--l6O
Bradley, Charles Allen-2l2
Bradley, Linda Joy--205
Bradley, Ronald T.-I60
Bradley, Samuel Edward, Jr.-I93
Bradshaw, Kathy Lou-2I2
Brady, Cynthia J.-2I2
Branam, Larry Bruce-I93
Brasel, Linda Sue-205
Brasfield, Robert Duane-l93
Brashears, James Michael-I93
Bratcher, Chanse Wayne-2I2
Bratton, George Robert-I60
Bray, James David, Jr.-I60
Briggs, Jerry Lee-l60
Briggs, Robert David-I60
Brink, David Bradford-l60
Brink, Robert Howard-2I2
Britt, Joseph Ronald-I93
Brfttian, Robert Gregory-205
Brittian, Roy Bradford-2I2
Britton, Ronnie Harlen-2l2
Broadway, Michael Thomas-I93
Brock, David Anderson-I93
Brock, David William-2l2
Brock, Elsie Dean-I93
Brock, Willard Carl, Jr.-l93
Brookman, Mary Erma-l60
Brooks, Carlin Thomas-I60
Brooks, Carol Jean-2l2
Brooks, Jerry Don-l60
Brooks, Kenneth Preston-I60
Broome, Larry Elmer-205
Brown, Betty Carolyn-l60
Brown, Billy Carlos-l60
Brown, Connie Sue-I60
Brown, David Russell-2I2
Brown, Dorothy Lou-205
Brown, Douglas Roger-I60
Brown, Gary Ray-I93
Brown, Linda Dianne-205
Brown, Linda Faye-I93
Brown, Martha Claire-l60
Brown, Mary Frances-205
Brown, Michael Lynn-2l2
Brown, Nancy Gale-I6I
Brown, Phyllis llene-205
Brown, Tate Jennings-205
Brown, Teresa Ann-205
Brown, Thomas Gailbreath-Ibl
Bruce, Tommy Dale-lbl
Brummitt. George Owen-205
Bryan, Jackie Harrel-Ibl
Bryant, Lewis Arlen-lbl
Bryant, Preston Joseph-205
Bryant, Richard Carlyle-I6l
Bryce, Robert Nation-Ibl
Buchanan, John Frederick-I93
Buck, James Richard-193
Buck, Janet Elaine-205
Bulla, John Terry-l6l
Bullington, David Thomas-Ibl
Bullion, Roger Dale-l93
Bullock, John Harold-l93
Bullock, Ricky Harrell-I93
Burch, Barbara K.-I93
Burge, James Dalton-I93
Burke, William Don-2I2
Burkett, Rachel Lanell-I93
Burkhalter, Randall Briggs-I93
Burnett, Elizabeth Ann-205
Burnett, Jane Winifred-205
Burnley, Betty Lynn-I93
Burtch, William Donald-I93
Burton, Claudia Jane-205
Butler, Donald Jeffrey-I6l
Butler, Jacquelyn Carol-I94
Butler, Sally Eliiabeth-205
Butler, Sandra Faith-I6I
Butt, Stanley Reed-lol
Butterworth, Kathy Jean-212
Byassee, William Sam-205
Byrd, Buris Anne-2l2
Byrd, Melinda Susan-I6I
Cable, Francis lsaac-I94
Calbaugh, Ronald T.-Ibl
Calliham, Mark Tucker-205
Cameron, Jill Lovelace-2I2
Camp, Kenneth Starr-I94
Camp, Phillip Burton-2I2
Campbell, Ginger Lynn-I94
Canata, Roy Dennis-I94
Cannella, Jenny Lee-I94
Cannon, Elinor G. Posnack-l6I
Cannon, Linda Gail-2I2
Cantrell, Andrew Wibber-205
Cantrell, Charles Wayne-I6I
Cantrell, Michael Randolph-I94
Caplenor, Jere Mac-2l2
Caplenor, Philip Alan-I94
Capshaw, Johnny Randall-2l2
Carden, William Jasper lll-I94
Cardwell, Diana Kay-l6l
Carldwell, Michael Long-I94
Carlisle, Cheryl Joan-212
Carmack, Betty Ann-I6I
Carmack, Bobby Lee-l6I
Carney, Julia Carol-l6l
Carpenter, Marilynn Jane-l6l
Carrigan, Danny Ray-I94
Ca rrigan, Fred-I94
Carroll, James David-205
Carroll, William Marshall-205
Carter, Bruce Lee-2l2
I Kenneth Roy-I94
Carter, Linda Louise-205
Carter, Ray Porter-2I2
ght, Martha Ray-205
Caruth, James Edward-I94
Caruthers, Chester L.-I94
Caruthers, Jean Siegfried-I6l
Caruthers, Michael E.-l6I
Carver, Patricia Ann-I6I
Carver, Patricia D.-I94
Case, James Larry-205
Cass, Eddie Carrol-I94
Castle, William Albert lll--lbl
Castleman, Vicki Lynn-2l2
Cathey, Leslie Karen-205
Cavender, Ernest Farris-I6I
Cayce, Thomas Henry-I94
Chadwell, Jefferson Dorton-I62
Chaffin, Joan Carolyn-I94
Chaffin, Teresa Fay-I62
Chambers, Delbert Larry-l62
Chambers, Ronnie D.-I94
Chambers, Sandra Sue-2I2
Chandler, Ruby Jane-205
Chaplin, Martha Frances-I94
Charlton, Shearon D.-I94
Chester, Lynn Gray-I94
Childs, William Brenton-205
Chipen, Takasy Reynold-I94
Chrisman, Roy Wayne-2l2
Christie, Mary Joyce-I62
Claiborne, Hugh S.-I94
Clark, Cecile Ann-I94
Clark, Geneva Faye-l62
Clark, Larry Gene-205
Clark, Sharon Elaine-I94
Clarke, Thomas Arthur-I94
Clayton, Christopher Ann-205
Cleghorn, Nicholas Boyce--205
Clemmons, Hubert D.-I94
Clemmons, Sherlyn Dana-205
Clifton, Joyce Ann-I94
Climer, Terry Dean--2l2
Cobb, Bonny Rue-205
Coffey, Tony Cleona-205
Cole, Joanne Marie-I94
Cole, Raymond Dale-I62
Coleman, Stephen Clark-205
Colley, Mary Cathy-I94
Collier, James Steve-2l2
Collignon, James D.-I94
Collins, Linda Gale-2l2
Colquitt, Patricia Ann-l62
Compton, Susan Claire--162
Conatser, David Eugene-l62
Conatser, Linda Faye-205
Connelly, Donald Edward-l62
Conner, Donald Lowell-I62
Conner, Mary Kathryn-2l2
Conners, Mary Nancy-205
Conquest, Becky W.-I94
Cook, Vicki Larue-I94
Coonce, John Edward-I62
Cooper, Frieda Gail-l62
Cooper, Rebecca Odell-2l2
Cooper. Russell Andrew, Jr.-205
Cooper, Samuel Howard-I94
Cooter, Vicki Joy-l62
Copas, Kathryn Jean-I94
Copas, Virginia Gail-205
Copp, John Judson-l94
Coppinger, Virgil Edward-l62
Cordell, Karen Jean-205
Corey, Walter Carleton-205
Cornwell, Katherine W.-I63
Covington, Lloyd Ray-I94
Cowan, Elaine McCaleb-I63
Cowan, Carol Tipps-I63
Cowan, Larry Dean-205
Cowan, Terry Sewell-I63
Cox, Sheila Elaine-I94
Cox, William Allen-205
Crabtree, Larry Douglas-2l2
Carbtree, Michael Callann-205
Crabtree, Wayne Gore-I94
Craigge, Edward A.-I63
Craighead, Johnny D.-l94
Crain, Roy Elbert-205
Cravens, Billy Wayne-I63
Cravens, Patricia Gail-I94
Crawford, Mary Susan-I63
Crawford, Phillip Lee-2l2
Crawford, Sylvia Louise-2l2
Creasman, Larry Edward-I94
Creek, Alan David-I63
Crisp, Sue Leftwich-I63
Crockett, Cynthia Ellen-2I2
Crockett, Robert H.-I94
Cromwell, Mary Lou-I94
Cromwell, Naomi Ferrel-2l2
Cross, Barbara R.-I63
Cross, Retta Glee-I63
Cross, Rhuveda Joyce-2l2
Crosslin, Deborah Lyn-2l2
Crossman, Warren Steven-I63
Crouch, Danny Howard-I94
Crowder, John Dennis-I94
Crowell, Mark Rodney-2l2
Cruise, Judith Kay-l94
Cummings, Donald E.-I94
Cunningham, Burley N-I63
Cunningham, Kay Ann-I63
Curl, Thomas Eugene-205
Curnutt, Dana Lou-l94
Currey, James Gower-l94
Curtis, Randall Scott-212
Cutrell, Cherisse Ann-205
Dake, David J.--I94
Dale, Alberta Ann-205
Dalton, Alice Faye-205
Dalton, Sharon Elizabeth-206
Daniel, Howard Leslie-I63
Darden, George L., Jr.-I64
Davenport, Brenda Joyce-I94
Davenport, James R.-l64
Davenport, Suzanne S.-I94
Davidson, David Lester-2l2
Davidson, Karl S.-I94
Davidson, Michael Stephen-206
Davidson, Walter H.-l64
Davis, Deborah Dale-206
Davis, Donna Gail-206
Davis, George Lynn-I94
Davis, Hubert Lee-I64
Davis, John Franklin-I64
Davis, Kenny Lee-2l2
Davis, Lucy Ellen-206
Davis, Nancy Helen-I64
Davis Nina Sue-I94
, Virginia Dale-206
Dawson, James Phillip, Jr.-I94
Dawson, Judith Lu-I64
Dodson, Richard Pierce-I64
Doering, Barbara M.-l95
Dolan, David Blair-206
Dooley, Joseph Brooks-I64
Dorris, Sherry Lynn-I64
Doub, David Manning-I64
Douglas, Donald L.-I64
Douglas, Jimmie T.-I95
Dow, Sumner Anderson-I64
Edwards, Ronna Carol--206
Edwards, Thomas Henry-I95
Edwards, William Murray, Jr.-206
Eggleston, Carolyn Rebecca-2l2
Eggleston, Patricia B.-I95
Einecker, Donald J.-l95
Einecker, Sandra Leah-2l2
Eisenbise, Michael Joseph-206
Elam, James David-206
Dayton, James William-206
Dean, Johnny Melvin-I94
Dearing, James Vernon-206
Deason, Nancy Jean-206
Deasy, Sylvia Ann--2l2
Deathridge, Owen Scott-206
Dedmon, William Terry-I94
Deming, Woodie Monroe-I94
Denmark, Michael Wayne-2l2
Denney, Dexter F.-l95
Denney, Patsy Elaine-206
Denning, James Lloyd, Jr.-I64
Denning, Sandra Jo-l64
Dennis, Jerry Lee-l95
Dennis, Joyce Ann-206
Dennison, Steve Stafford--I64
Denny, Linda Gael-I64
Denny, Paul David-l95
Denton, John Harold-I64
Denton, Richard Neil-I64
Desirey, Stephen Thomas-I64
Devandry, Donald Eugene-I64
Devaney, Rita Nadine-I64
Dickerson, Nancy Marie-205
Dixon, Henry Powell-I95
Doak, Patricia Gail-206
Dobbs, Garlon Thomas-206
Dobbs, John Lanier-I95
Dobbs, Rodney Darrell-I95
Dobbs, Sandra Anita-I95
Dockery, Lola June-206
Dodson. Barbara Alice-206
Dodson, Barbara Ann-206
Mike Migliore instructs Vicki VanHook and
Dowell, Mark Anthony-206
Doyle, Sharon Ann-l95
Dozier, James Steven-I95
Draper, Davicl Carl-l95
Draper, David Gilbert-206
Draper, Myrtle Barnes-I64
Draper, Roger Lee-2I2
Draper, William C.-206
Driskill, Michael H.-I64
Dubree, Brenda Joyce--2l2
Dukes, Charles Taylor-I95
Dulworth, Carol Sue-I64
Dunaway, James William-l65
Duncan, Clyde Thomas-l95
Duncan, John Turner, Jr.-l65
Dunn, Barbara Elaine-l65
Dunn, James William-l65
Dunn, Leonard Lee-l95
Duren, Peggy Meredith-I65
Durham, Garry Wayne-2l2
Dycus, Brenda Kaye-l95
Dyer, Barbara Jane-206
Dyer, Gary Richard-l65
Eachus, Patricia Louise-2l2
Earnhart, Judy Elaine-l65
Eaton, Harvill Carlton-l65
Edmonds, Karen Martha-206
Edmonds, Roberta Eileen-206
Edwards, Martha Ann-l65
Edwards, Robert Joseph-206
Crawiordnloieph Morgan' Jr'-'63 Jarrell in the can smash for Keystone Kapers.
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Eleazer, Clark Wayne-206
Stephen Wayne- I 65
Ellenberger, Mark David-206
Elliott, John Roger-206
Elliott, Walter Leroy Jr.-206
Ellis, Margaret Elaine-206
, Pamela Charlene-206
Ellis, Richard Allen-l95
, Sharon Rene-I 65
Ellis, Tamara Sharon-2 I 2
on, Mary June-l65
Elmore, Bill Ray-2I2
Elmore, Gary Preston-2I2
Elmore, Linda Elaine-l65
Elrod, Daniel F., Jr.-I95
Elrod, Mary Linda-206
Elvert, Mary Catherine-I65
Emery, Stephen Gardiner-2l2
nd, Bert Caldwell-l65
Ensor, Michael Evans-I95
Escue, Stephen Leon-I66
Eskridge, Joyce Ann-206
Peggy Jane-l 66
Evans, Clyde Loveall-I66
Evans, Diana Riggins-I66
, Donald Wesley-206
, Garry Kelly-I95
, Jackie Dean-I66
, Johnny Ray-206
, Mary Magee-l95
, Robert Fulton-I66
Farley, Ronald David-I95
Farmer, Linda Joyce-206
Farris, Johnny Wayne-206
Fattibene, Robert Victor-I66
Fazalcerly, Wm. Thomason. Jr.-I95
Featherston, John Marlc-I66
Feisler, Jan Allison-2l2
Felts, James Harold-I66
Ferrill, Bonnie K.-I66
Fields, Nancy Irene-2I2
Fine, Betty Carole-206
Fine, Evans Grover-I66
Fine, Rita Annette-206
Finnell, Priscilla Lynn-I95
Finuff, Kerry Wayne-l95
Fisher, John Ronald-2I2
Fislre, Deborah L.--I66
atriclc, Miclcie Faye-I66
, Jerry Edwin-I 66
Flatt: Patricia Revene-I95
, Peggy Ann-206
Flatt, Teddy Lee-206
Flatt, Wayne Alton-2l2
Fleming, David Royce-2I2
Fleming, Thomas Fredericlr-2I2
Fleming, Wallrer James lll-I95
Fletcher, Ben Payne, Jr.-I95
Fletcher, Linda lone--206
Flood, John Michael-I66
Florence. Melissa Elaine-2I2
Flowers, Eric R.--I95
Floyd, Eddie Wayne-I66
Floyd, William Millard-lbb
Foley, Donna Faye-206
Follis, Betty Lynn-I66
Ford, Brenda Carol-l95
Ford, Linda Faye-2I2
Ford, Lubert Merrill-I96
Ford, Mary Ann--2I2
, Richard Dale-I96
Forehand, Andrew Michael-I66
Forehand, Janice Crain-I66
Foster, Jessie Lynn-I96
Foster, Viclsy Carol-2I2
Foust, Linda Gale-2l3
Foust, Patricia Diane-I96
Foust, Troy Lynn-I66
Fowler, James Alfred-I66
Fox, Bobby Carter-l66
Fox, James Alvin-I96
Fragopoulos, Christos T.--I66
Fragopoulos, Dimitrios T.-I96
Fragopoulos, Peggy Adams-I66
Franlrlin, Cary David-I66
Franlrs, Sherry Gail-I96
Frasier, Wanda June-206
Free, Darlene Ann-206
Freeman, Alton Glenn-206
Freeman, Carol Anne-206
Freeman, Robert Alan-I67
Freeman, Tommy Glenn-2I3
Frey, Jewell Donnie, Jr.-I67
Fritch, John Neilson-I67
Frogg, Samuel Spears-206
Frounfellcer, Richard E.-I67
Fryar, Wm. Thomas, Jr.-I96
Fudge, Tommy Lester-I67
r, Peggy Diane-206
Fuqua, Durward Benton-I 67
a, Susan Dawn Jalres-I96
in, Donald Terry-I67
in, Rebecca Sue-2I3
es, Miclrie Elaine-2I3
es, Steven Allen--I96
viz, Julio Alberto-2I3
ble, Dewey Wayne-I67
Gandy. Charles Elvin-I67
Gann, James Dean-I67
Gantz, Rebecca Jo-ZI3
Garmon, Marsha Annette--2 I 3
Garrett, Janet Sue-I96
Garrett. Judy Carol-I67
Garrison, Linda K.-I96
Gazlay, Wm. Duggan-I96
Gobhardt, Allen Sinclair-lb7
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"Uh one and uh two and uh three"-Tom True
strilres up the Golden Eagles marching band.
Geer, Mildred Johanna-I67
Gentry, Carol Marie--206
Gentry, Deborah Jeanne-206
Gentry, Harriett Rowenia-2I3
Gentry, Judy E.-I67
Gentry, Robert Wilson-I67
George, Joseph R.-I67
Gibbs, James Gilbert-206
Gibbs, Patricia Diann-I67
Gibby, Patricia Evelyn-206
Gibson, Jacqueline Alice-2I3
Gibson, Joe Albert-I67
Gibson, Nathan Lee-I96
Gibson, Sheila Anne-2I3
Gibson, Susan Jane-2I3
Gilburth, Kenneth R.-I67
Giles, Ralph Blaclrwell, Jr.-I67
Gill, Jaclr Williams-I96
Gilliam, Robert Lee-Ib7
Givens, Gregory Lugar-206
Givens, Robert Lee-I67
Glascoclc, John Leslie--I96
Glasgow, Michael Garner-I67
Gleason, Wayne Davis-I67
Goff, David Eugene--I96
Goforth, John Leroy-I67
Goins, Diana Kay-I96
Goins, Preston Haven-I67
Goldenberg, Jack Steven-I67
Goldston, Elizabeth Ann-Ib7
Goodman, George William-2I3
Goolsby, Nolan Ray-I96
Goolsby, Norma Kay-207
Gore, Judith Rose-ZI3
Gosnell, Donald Paul-207
Gostel, Patricia Hagelgan-I68
Goulder, Gordon Keith-207
Gower, Donna Louise-207
Gower, Pamela Bauhofer-ZI3
Graffis, Elaine Velma-2I3
Gragg. Carol Maudean-207
Graham, Joe Thomas-I68
Grant, Pamela Kaye-2l3
Grantham, Susan Lavera-207
Gravley, Julia Teresa-2I3
Gravely, Richard Gary-I68
Graves. Barry Howard-I96
Graves, Douglas Coleman-207
Graves, James Ray-I68
Graves, S. Caroline-207
Graves. Ronald Nelson-I68
Gray, Michael Clark-I96
Gray, Gary Lee-I68
Green, Clyde Eugene-207
Green, Deborah Jean-207
Greene, William A.-I68
Greenwood, Sam D.-I68
Greer, John David, Jr.-207
Gregory, Charles W.-I96
Gregory, Harward G.-I96
Gregory, James David-l68
Gregory, Johnny Ray-2I3
Gressmire, Gary Lee-I96
Griffith, Bonnie Kay-I96
Griffith, John Earle-ZI3
Griffith, Mark Gail-ZI3
Griggs, William Edward Jr.-207
Grigsby, William H.-I96
Grimes, Michael L.-207
Grisham, Harry Steven-l68
Groce, Beverly Diann-207
Grogan, Willard Gene-I68
Grooms, Debra Kay Cobb-207
Grooms, Thomas Fletcher-I68
Grossman, Cathey Nell-207
Groves, John C.-I68
Grubb, Ronald Leon-I96
Grubb, Terry Stanley-I68
Grumbach, Harry E., Jr.-I68
Guffee, Mitchell Sloan, Jr.-I96
Gunnels, James Edward--I69
Guntherberg, Rebecca Colle-2l3
Guntherberg, Stephen A.-I69
Guschke, Henry Michael-+I69
Guschke, James Merlin-207
Guthrie, Susan Jean-I96
Hackett, Stephania A.-I69
Hackney, Freddie A.-I69
Haese, Russell Dean-Ib9
Hagan, Anthony Ensley-I69
Hagan, Leslie Harold-I96
Haiston. William Michael-I69
Hale, Margaret Ann-I69
Hale, Marjorie Ann-ZI3
Hatfield, Delois Mae-207
Hatfield, Joe Taylor, Jr.-207
Hatmaker, Nancy Ann-I69
Hawkins, Jesse Earl, Jr.-207
Hawkins, Teresa Gail-2I3
Hayden, Kathleen Ann-207
Hayes, Andrea Lynn-2l3
Hayes, Bobby Lowe-I69
Hayes, Emily Ann-I97
Hayes, J. Dennis-I69
Hayes, James Edward-I97
Hayes, John Stephen-I70
Hayes Sharon Suzanne-I97
Hayes: Tony Butch-2 I3
Hopper, Mary Kathleen-2I3
Hopper, Steven Garrett-207
Hornaday, John C.-I97
Horne, Dorris Neal-I7I
Horner, Kathreen Amelia-207
Horton, Blanche C.-l7l
Hoskins, William P.-I97
Houston, Margaret Janet-I7I
Howard, Mary Frances-I7I
Howard, Sharon Elaine-207
Howard, Stephen Franklin-2I3
Howell, Kathy Diann-207
Howland, Thelma Jeanne-2I3
Hoyle, Gary Earl-I7I
, Janice Karyn-207
Jones, Kenton Lloyd-I97
Z Larry Nelson-I 73
Keven-2 I 4
Mervyn David-I 73
Jones, Roger Lewis-I73
Jones, Ronald W.-I73
Jones: Timothy Paul-207
Josephson, Jon Beard-207
Joubert, Lorraine Elise-2I4
Judge, Larry V.-Z I 4
Haynes, David Lynn-I97
Haynes, Shirley Launa-2I3
Haynes, Walter Maddin, Jr.-207
Hays, Sandra Alexander-170
Head, Larry N.-I97
Headden, Kendal Bailey-2I3
Headrick, Diana Gail-207
Heady, Donald Wayne-l7O
Hedden, Larry Howard-I70
Heidel, Nina Faye-207
Heiskell, Nancy Ann-I70
Helton, Fredericka Lafever-I70
Helton, Samuel Thomas-I70
Hembree, Ronnie Dale-l7O
Huddleston, Carolyn L.-I7I
Huddleston, David Nathan-207
Huddleston, George Wayne-207
Huddleston, Lanny B.-I97
Hudgens, Lynda Mae-I97
Hudgens, Richard T.-I7I
Hudgens, Roy Douglas-I72
Hudson, Gary Alan-I72
Hudson, John Paul-I72
Hudson, Michael Aubrey-I72
Huffines, Betty Ann-2I4
Huffines, Danny Joe-I72
Huffines, Jennie Dycus-I72
Judkins, Joe Richard-I73
Kanter, Linda Faye-207
Kanter, Shirley Ann-2I4
Karch, Phyllis Sue-207
Keckler, Sheila Sue-2I4
Keele, Jerry Nelson-207
Keene, Willie Dean-2I4
Keeton, Philip David-I73
Keisling, Nancy Viann-207
Keisling, Pauline Loura-I73
Keith, James Edgar-I97
Keith, Linda Gay-I97
Keller, Clara K.-I73
Keller, Larry Wayne-I97
Kelly, Ellen Frances-I97
Henderson, Allen Lee, Jr.-I70
Henderson, Eliz. Anne-I97
Henderson, Joseph Richard-207
Henderson, Michael S.-I97
Hendrixson, Ronnie Lee-2I3
Henry, James Peyton-I70
Henry, Linda Louise Case-l70
Henry, Quenton Farley-I97
Henry, Ronald Glover--I70
Henson, Baxter M.-l70
Henson, Elmer Lee-I70
Hereford, Kenneth M.-I97
Hershiser, Sharon Ilo-I 97
Huggins, Michael D.-I72
Hughes, Marcia Ellen-207
Hughes, Nancy Kay-2I4
Hull, Donald Cordell-I72
Hulvey, Danny Mack-I97
Hummel, John Howard-I72
Hunt, Ruby Nell-2I4
Hunt, Steven Craig-I72
Hutchins, James Alton-I97
Hutchison, George David-207
Hutchison, Thomas Reid-207
Hutson, J. Marvin-l72
Hyde, Elizabeth Marcelle-2I4
Hyder, Gwendolyn Joy-I97
Hyder, Nancy Janel-2I4
Kemmer, Barbara Jane-I73
Kemp, Susan Marie-2I4
Kendall, James David-2I4
Kendrick, Katherine Sue-207
Kennedy, William L.-I73
Kerr, Donald Junior-2I4
Kerr, Jimmy Ray-I97
Kerr, Patricia Ann-207
Key, Elbert Ronald-I97
Kimble, Wm. Roy, Jr.-I97
Kimery, Joe Frank-207
Hales, Randolph F.-I96
Haley, Sarah Carolyn-I69
Halfacre, Marion H.-I96
Halfacre, Robert Lloyd-2I3
Halfacre, Teresa June-2I3
Hall, Alvin Virgil-I69
Hall, Catherine Olivia-207
Hall, Frank Leroy-I69
Hall, Janet Ruth-I69
Hall, Linda Joan-I69
Hall Robert Henry-I69
Hall: William David-207
Hall, William L.-2I3
Johnson, James Gerard-207
Hamblen, Myra E.-I9b
Hamdorff, Margaret Nan-I69
Hamilton, Mary Ann-I69
Hamilton, Retta Kay-2l3
Hamilton, Robert Hall-I96
Hancock, Alfred R., Jr.-I69
Hancock, Charles Wayne-I96
Hancock, Phillip Reed-ZI3
Hardaway, Robert Earl-I96
Hardin, Gene Leslie-ZI3
Hardison, Roy Lane-I69
Hargrove, J. Richard-2I3
Hargrove, Judith Perry-I69
Harless, Janie Lawrence-I69
Harley, John Steven-I96
Harmon, Charles Eugene-207
Harner, James Lincoln-I97
Harp, Mary Helen-ZI3
Harriman, Barbara J.--I97
Harrington, Steven M.-I97
Harris, Carolyn Sue-I97
Harris, Cathie L.-207
Harris, Dorothy Ann-207
Harris, James D. Ill-I97
Harris, Marcella Ann-207
Harris, Michael Leon-I97
Harris, Ronald Scott-Ib9
Harrison, Ellen Elizabeth-I97
Harrod, Douglas G.-I69
Hart, Nancy Kay-2I3
Hart, William Guy, Jr.-I97
Hartsock, Laura Mae-207
Harvey, Claudia Maxine-2I3
Harville, Joseph Gary--I69
Hester, Teddy Clinton-207
Hewitt, Jane Hope-I70
Hickey, Kathy Lane-207
Hickman, Carl Mitchell-207
Hickman, Jerome Herman-207
Hicks, Phillip Stanley-I97
Hicks, William Ray-207
Higgenbottom, Fred Wesley-I97
Hill, Deborah Elaine-ZI3
Hill, Katheryn P.-I70
Hill, Kenny Franklin-I70
Hillis, Laddie Zera-I70
Hinson, James Robert-I70
Hinson, Sarah Kay-2l3
Hitchcock, Glen H.-I7O
Hitchcock, J. C., Jr.-I70
Hitchcock, Lonnie G.-I70
Hitchcock, Theresa Kay-I97
Hitchcox, Betty L.-I97
Hix, Fred Wayne-I70
Hix, Jo Carole-I70
Hobbs, Margaret Faye-2I3
Hobbs, Michael Terry-2I3
Hobbs, Robert Smith-l70
Hodge, Roy M.-I97
Hodges, Betty Joyce-I70
Hodges, Dan Galen-I7I
Hodges, Gloria Cothron-I7I
Hodgin, Roger Dale-I97
Holbrook, Larry Wade-207
Holder, James Rickey-2I3
Holder, Wanda Kaye-I7I
Holdredge, Teresa Ann-I97
Holland, Andrea Faye-2I3
Holland, Phyllis Diane-207
Holland, Sandra Lee-I7I
Hollingsworth C. E.-I7l
Hollis, Thomas C.--I97
Holloway, Harold Gale-2I3
Holt, Betsy Jayne-l7I
Holt, Bonny Jeyne-207
Holt, Hugh Herbert-I7l
Honey, Jennifer Ann-ZI3
Honeycutt, Larry Wayne-207
Hood, Linda Lea-2I3
Hooper, David Carl-I7I
Hooper, Ronald Cornelius-ZI3
Hyma, James Leon-I 97
lhrie. Ronald Lee-I72
Ikard, Cynthia Rowe-I72
Ingle, Linda Gail--207
Irvin, Tera Shelby-I72
Irvine, Susan Ella-I97
Isbell, Thomas Gary-I97
George E.-I 72
Jacobs, Ellen Carol--I97
James, Judy Carol-I72
Janeway, Helen Esther-I72
Nelda Rae-I 97
Jarrell, Julia Irene-I97
Jarrell, Nancy Faye-I72
Jean, James Maurice-I72
Jeffers, Keith Alan-I97
Jeffers, Nancy Lou-2I4
Jeffries, David W.-I97
Jewell, Richard Eugene, Jr.-I72
Johns, Eugene Judson-I72
Johnson, Brenda Ann-I72
Johnson, Charlie Richard-I72
Johnson, David Kent-207
Johnson, David W.-I72
Johnson, Diana Faye-I72
Johnson, Donald L.-I97
Johnson, Eddie G.-l72
Johnson, Emma Jewel-I72
Johnson, Frieda L.-I73
Johnson, Harold Wilson-2l4
Johnson, James Carl-207
James Mc., Jr.-I 97
Johnson, John Thomas-I97
Johnson, Mary Jo-I97
Johnson, Randell Gaw-I97
Johnson, Roger Dale-I73
Johnson, Ronny D.-2I4
Sandra Gail-2 I4
Jolley, Nelda Sue-207
Jolley, Randall E.-I73
Jones, Alan Keith-I97
Jones, Ann Era-207
Jones, Carolyn Louise-I97
Jones, Dianna Gail-I73
Jones, Gweneth Leatrice-I73
King, Robert Lewis-I97
Kinnaird, Judith Ann-I74
Kinnaird, Marjorie Carol--207
Kinsolving, Joseph R.-I74
Kirby, Bettye Ann-2I4
Kirby, Martha Louise-207
Kirk, Sharon Dianne-207
Kirk, Wendell Boyd-2I4
Kirkpatrick, Marion Baker-I74
Kitchell, Joseph W., Jr.-I74
Kittrell, William Colin--2I4
Kitts, Kristin Eliz.-I97
Klasek, Martin Andrew-2I4
Klasek, Stephen Aloys-I97
Knight, A'ton Ray-I74
Knoll, Joseph Carl-I74
Knott, David Ladd-207
Knowles, Robert Leland-207
Knowles, Thomas W.-I74
Knox, James Michael-I97
Kolodi, Stanley Michael-2l4
Krouse, Mary Helen-207
Kyle, James Richard-I74
Lachapelle, Deborah Jo-2I4
Lackey, Robert Allen-I74
Lafever, Jo Ann-I97
La Fever, Mary Susan-I97
Lafever, Ray Donald-I74
Lafon, Walter Courtney-207
La Lande, Alan Anthony-I98
Lamb, James Hamilton-I74
Lamb, John Anthony Junior-I98
Lambert, Eddie Ray-207
Lambert, Frederic A., Jr.-I74
Lamprecht, Elizabeth D.-207
Lane, Margaret A.-2l4
Lane, Richard Arthur-207
Lane, Stephen Ray-I98
Lang, Kenneth Frank-I74
Lanham, Gwendolyn Louise-I74
Lannom, David Clell-I98
Lannom, Donna Nanette-207
Lansford, Jim William-I74
Larrea, Alfonso Efrain-I98
Larrick, Donna Lee-I98
Lawrence, James A.-I75
Lawrence, Stephen W.-I75
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ing to a friend.
Laws, Brenda Gail-l75
Laycock, James Reed Il-I75
Layne, Ford Nelson-I98
Layne, Reba Sharon-I75
Leach, Judy Carolyn-I98
Lecuona, Mario Miguel-207
Ledbetter, Dwight Stephen-I98
Ledbetter. Mary Frances-2I4
Ledford, Connie Rose-2I4
Ledtord, Judith Carolyn-I75
Ledgerwood, Douglas Brent-2I4
Lee, Brenda Gale-2I4
Lee, Carol Annette-I75
Lee. James Howard-I98
Lee, John Winfield-I98
Lee, Joyce Ann-2I4
Lee, Karen Gail-207
Lee, Nucl Garry-l98
Lee, Russell Eugene-I98
Lee, Virginia Dean-207
Leonard, Charles S., Jr.-I75
Levan, Larry Norman-I98
Lewey, James Marshall-I75
Lewin, David F.-I98
Claudia Jane-2 I4
Lewis: John Robert-207
, Kathleen Margaret--2l4
, Richard Allen-2l4
, Sherril Ann-I75
Lewis, William Michael-I75
Ligon, Larry Bland-l75
Lindsay, Charles David-I75
Linnell, Douglas N.-I75
Linnell, Renard David-I75
Linville, Terry Lynne-207
Little, Belinda Christine-I98
Little, John Dwight-l98
Little, Linda Faye-I98
Littlejohn, Nathan Raymond-I75
Lively, Roger Lee-I75
Lockhart, Larry Gene-l98
Loftis, Philip Gene-I75
Lofty, Steven Daniel-2I4
Loggins, James Roger-I75
London, Sharon Lynn-I98
Long, Deborah Jean-207
Long, Eleanor Jane-I98
Looper, Jean Pamela-207
Looper, Lillie Ann-I75
Looper, Shelia Diana-I75
Loper, Glenn Douglas-I98
Lott, Robert Eric-I98
Love, Ronnie Joe-I75
Loveday, Janice Kaye-207
Loveday, Vicki Joan-ZI4
Lovell, Charles Edward-I75
Lovell, James Cecil-I98
Lowe, Robert Jackson-I75
Lusk, Elizabeth Peyton-2I4
Lusk, George Thomas-I98
Luther, Paul Franklin-I75
Lynn, Charles Stephen-l75
Lynn, Elizabeth Otto-2I4
Lyons, John Russell ll-2I4
McBride, Brenda Faye-2I4
McCaleb, Barbara Sue-I75
McCall, Jackson Brim-2l4
McCall, Ray Barnett, Jr.-207
McCarter, Brenda Lue-I98
McCawley, James Roy-I98
McClain, Lemuel R.-I76
McClanahan, Linda L.-I76
McClard, Roger Louis-I98
McClendon, Janie Kay-208
McClintock, Joseph T.--2I4
McCloud, Dennis Edward-208
McConnell, James Hillman-208
McCormick, Donald L.-I76
McCowan, Lois Ann-208
McCracken, Tony W.-I98
McCulley, Thomas M.-l98
McCullough, Alley Chadwick-l7b
McCullough, Bobby R.-I76
McCullough, Ladonna Gene-208
McDaniel, Barbara J.-l98
McDaniel, Judy Carol-208
McDonald, Denney F.-I76
McDonald, Larry Jay-l7b
McDonald, Sally Kay-I98
McFarland, Anita Carole-I98
McGaha, William D.--I76
McGaughy, James L.-I76
McGugin, Janet Gay-2I4
McGugin. Martha F.-I98
McHenry, Joseph Mann-I76
McKee, Lester Paul-I76
McKenzie, Jerome F.-I76
McKinney, Richard Eric-I98
McLaughen, James Hunter-208
McLoud, Carol Ann-I98
McMahan, Larry T.-I98
McMahon, Cletus Joseph Jr.-I99
McMillan, Philip Edward-2I4
McMinn, Wesley T.-I76
McNabb, Larry David-I76
McNabb, Sharon E.-I99
McNeill, Marie Henry-I70
McNew, Benjamin F.. Jr.-2l4
McPeak, Kenneth D.-I99
McQueen, Randy Elmo-ZI4
McReynolds, Walter S.-I76
McWilliams, Alva Lee, Jr.-I99
Maberry, Johnny Dudney-208
Maberry, Shirley Rose-208
Mackie, James David-I99
Maclin, Wm. Henry-I99
Maddox, Jerry Lee-208
Maddux, John Thomas-208
Maddux, Margaret A.-I76
Madewell, Terry Lee-208
Mahaney, Peggy Lou-I99
Mahler, James W., Jr.-I76
Mahler, Robert L.-I76
Mahon, Mary Margaret-2I4
Mainord, Judy Ann-I76
Majors, Tony Houston-I76
Malone, Billy Albert-I99
Malone, Bobby Glen-I99
Malone, Charlotte Ann-I76
Malone, Michael J.-I99
Mangrum, Sondra Lee-I99
Mann, Alvin Lee-I76
Mann, Constance W.-208
Manning, Martha Ellen-I99
Mantle, James Ronald-I76
Mantooth, James Randall--I99
Marchbanks, James Stanton--2I4
Markham, Frank Turner, Jr.-208
Marks, William Guthrie, Jr.-208
rdt, James Earl-I 76
Marrs, Kelso White-I77
Marshall, Herschel W.-I99
Martin, Andrew Dudley, Jr.-I77
ill, Van Hix-208
Mason, William L.-I77
Massa, Sarah E.--I99
Massey, George Leon-I99
Massey, Ruth Lynn-I99
Masters. Colin Kerry-I77
Masters, Pamela Ann-2I4
Masterson, Patricia Porter-I99
Masterson, Ronald F.-I77
Matherly, Evelyn G.-I77
Mathes, Douglas Brown-2l4
Mathis, Larry Dean-2I4
Matlock, John William-208
Matthews, Larry D.-I77
Matthews, Lindsey T.-I77
Maxwell, John David-208
May, James Arlen-2l4
May, Kenneth Y.-208
May, Norman Fielden-I77
May, Vickie Earldean-208
Mayberry, Stanton Geer-2l4
Maynord, Charles Villard-2I4
Means, James H.-I77
Mears, John Morgan-l99
Melton, Danny Thomas-I99
Melton, Lonnie Birch-2I4
Melton, Roseland J.-I99
Mercer, Nancy Louise-I77
Merryman, Donna Marie-208
Messenger, Bruce W.-I99
Messina, Terry Edward-I 77
Metzger, Lynn M.-I77
Meyer, Janet Marie-2I4
Michlink, Fred Paul-I77
Migliore, Thurman Michael-I78
Migliore, Vicki D.-I78
Milam, Joyce Anne-2I4
Nash, Charles Lee-I79
Neal, Bruce Allen-I79
Neal, Clydus Diann-I79
Neal, James Thomas, Jr.-208
Neal, Karen Adair-2l4
Neal, William Owen-2l4
Neblett, Jeffrey W.-I79
Needham, Beth Overton-208
Nelson Donald Martin-I79
Nelson, Frank Berton-I99
Nelson Marilyn Kay-208
Nelson, Rufus Walter-I79
Nelson, Samuel Clyde-I79
Mitchell, Clifford P.-I78
Milburn, Terry Wayne-208
Miller, Charles Lane-I99
Miller, Charlotte Ray-208
Fred Stephen-I 78
Miller, James F., Jr.-I78
Miller, John Walton-208
Miller, Orion C.-I78
Miller, Sarah Celeste-2l4
Mills, Dexter Carroll-2l4
Mills, Dianna Hartence-2I4
Mills, Mary Anne-I99
Mills, Sharon Elane-I99
Mingie, Kenneth M.-l78
Minton, Debra Ann-208
Minton, Steven Miller-I99
Ma ry Lee-208
Mitchell, Eddie Lynn-l78
Mitchell, Roger Dudley-208
Mitchell, Thomas Murray-208
Moffitt, Deborah Janet-l78
Monks, Myra Gale-I78
Monroe, Terry William-I99
Montague, Ronald A.-l78
omery, Jerry Michael-I 99
omery, Ronnie L.-l78
Moore, Emily Jan-208
Moore, Jeanie Ruth-208
Moore, Jimmie Terrell-l78
Moore, John Russell-203
, John W., Jr.-l78
, Judy Kay-I99
, Louis Randall-ZI4
, Shannon Lee-I99
Moore, Teresa Ann-2l4
Moran, William Madison-I99
Morgan, Coy David-20B
Morgan, Dixie Belle-I99
n, John Elliott-I78
n, Linda Rose-I99
n, Ralph Edward-208
n, Robert Hill--2I4
Morris, Dorothy Ann-2l4
Morris, Linda Tipps-l78
Morris, Sharon Lynn-I99
Morrison, Judith Ann-208
Morrison, Michael W.-l7B
Morrow, Georgeanna Helen
Mortgat, Christian P.-I 78
Marshall William, Jr.-I 78
Moser, Patricia Hollis-I 78
Ralph Willard-I 78
Moss, Mildred Irene--208
Mullican, Sharon G.-I99
Mullinax, David Lowe-I99
Mulliniks, William R.-I99
Mullinix, Michael Lee-l78
Mullins, Donald H.-I99
Mullins, Rafford Gene-l78
Mullins, Ralph H.-2l4
Mullins, Thurma Jo-I99
Mundy, Carsie D.-l78
Mundy, Pamela Hobbs-208
y, Danny Royce-2l4
y, Fred Anthony-I79
y, Glen Arthur-I79
y, Harold Lee--2I4
Murphy, Margaret Dianne-ZI4
y, Richard Erwin-ZI4
l, Sandra Dianna-208
Naifeh, Eugene F.-208
Netherton, Patricia Louise-2l4
Neville, Allen Sneed, Jr.--I99
Newby, Philip Brian-208
Newman, Robert Wesley-2I4
Newport, Amy Louise-208
Newsom, Ronald Keith-2I4
Nichols, Homer William-I99
Nichols, Jackie Sue-I99
Nichols, Janet Ann-2l4
Nickens, Barbara Jean-I99
Niles, Bruce Compton-I99
Nipper, Martha Bess-I99
Nixon, Gary La Neal-I79
Noble, Elizabeth Ann-I99
Nolan, Phillip Ryan-I79
Norman, James Daniel-208
Norris, Doris Anita-208
Norris, James Ray-I79
North, Virginia Lynn-208
Norval, Linda Jeanne-2I4
Norwood, William Alan-2l4
Nunley, Maria Elaine-I99
Nunley, Rebekah Jean-2l4
Oakley, Martha Gail-208
O'Connor, Patti L.-I79
Odom, David Harry-I99
Ogle, Kenneth Lavoy-I79
Oliver, Betti Alice-214
Onyebuagu, Sunday C.-I80
Ooten, Judy Perkins-IBO
Ooten, Ronald Terry-I80
Ottinger, David T.-I99
Owens, Charles Edward-IBO
Owens, Edward Lee-IBO
Owens, Ellis Gene-I80
Pack, Kenneth H.-I80
Pack, William F., Jr.-l80
Padgett, Ronald C.-I99
Padgett, Wilburn E.-I99
Page, Donald Wayne-I99
Palk, Barbara Kathleen-I99
Palk, Gary Dale-208
Palko, Elaine Marie-208
Pangle, Charles C.-IBO
Pangle, Roger Trent-I99
Paris, Joel David-I99
Paris, Michael Gordon-208
Park, Susan Lynn-l80
Parke, Gary Allen-IBO
Parker, James Allen-208
Parker, Terry Lee-I99
Parkhill, Wm. Formes-IBO
Parks, Janet Louise-I80
Parks, Lora Kay-I99
Parks, Roger Dale-2I4
Parnell, Janie Lou W.-l80
Parsley, Alvie Vcster--I80
Parsons, Constance Rackley-I8l
Parsons, Pansy Rebecca-2I4
Parsons, Stephen J.-I8l
Partin, Chas. Edward-I99
Partin, Hugh Ben-I99
Partlow, Jerry Gilpin-203
Patel, D. C.-l8l
Patel, Jagdish l.-l8l
Patel, Vinodchandra C.-IBI
Patterson, Boyd M.-I8l
Patterson, Clara Kathleen-2I4
Patterson, Charles H., Jr.-208
Patterson, James Gain-l8l
Patterson, Jena Merle-IBI
Peach, Donald Wayne-200
Pearson, Charles A.-I8l
Pearson, Marcia Jean-200
Pearson, Richard Allen-208
Pearson, Robert Wayne-200
Peck, Geo. Eugene-200
Pellicciotti. Alice S.-IBI
Penick, Robert Howard-208
Penley, Wm. Martin-200
Penney, B. Kaye--200
Pentecost, Michael Joseph-208
Peoples, Hoyte Dean-I8I
Perkins, Jackson L.-IBI
Perkins, William Elvin-ISI
Perry, Duke Rooney-l8l
Perry, Paul Edwin-200
Perry, Sharon Ree-200
Peters, Thomas D. Jr.-200
Petty, Samuel Roy-I8I
Phelps, Patricia Lee-I8I
Phillips, Brenda Lou-l8l
Phillips, David Edward-2l4
Phillips, William Edward-208
Phipps, Mickey Vernon-l8I
Phy, Michael Roy-209
Phy, Roger Nathan-2l4
Pickett, Barbara Moore-lBl
Pickett, William Reece-I8l
Pickney, Charles L.-200
Pierce, Hugh Melvin, Jr.-200
Pierce, Janice Ellen-200
Pigue, Stephen Dale-200
Pike, Gerald Dean-l8I
Pinkston, Danny Van-2l4
Pippin, Kenneth E.-I8I
Pirkle, Joe Thomas-ISI
Pittard, Darrell D.-l8l
Pittman, Janice Marie-2I4
Pittman, Mary Ann-200
Pitts, Larry Paul--l8l
Plumlee, John Newman-209
Ray, James Terry-I83
Ray, John Millard-200
Ray, Randall Gale-209
Ray, Ruby Carol-200
Ray, Sandra Louise-209
Ray, Sherry Jo-209
Reardon, Alan Ronald-200
Rector, Dallas Eugene-I83
Rector, Gerald Ray--l83
Rector, Harlan Ronald--200
Redden, Linda Joyce-209
Reece, Jimmy Lee-200
Reed, Harry Bruce-209
Reed, Morton Wallace-l83
Reeves, Mark Edward-I83
Renaud, Linda Denine-209
Renegar, Benjamin Dee-200
Renegar, James R.-l83
Reynolds, Mary Ruth-2l5
Reynolds, Patrick A.-200
Rhea, Becky Conquest-l83
Rhea, Kenneth Ted-2I5
Rhine, Rosalie Dale-IB3
Calvin Burnette, Jr.-209
Rich, Laura Nell-209
Rich, Wm. Hagood B.-l83
Richardson, David L.-200
Richardson, James M.-200
Richardson, Jerry Lee-IB3
Richardson, Larry G.-I83
Richmond, Gerald Lee-IB3
Richmond, Pat Joseph-200
Pointer, Robert Le e-200
Bettye Ruth-I 8I
Pope, Linda Lucille-l8l
Pope, Mary Grace-200
Porter, Alice Elizabeth-2l4
Porter, Elyce Elena-2l4
Porter, William Kendall-209
Posey, Harry Howard-200
Poston, Brenda Kaye-lB2
Powell, Charles Tho-200
Powell, Ebbie Ruth-2I4
Powell, Gary Lynn-l82
Powell Martha Dianne-2I4
Rickard, Katherine Naomi-2l5
Rickman, Wm. Samuel, Jr.-200
Ridgway, John Gary-I83
Ridings, Rebecca Ann-209
Rifenbury, Thomas Elbert-l83
Riggan, Robert J.-200
Riggan, Sam Ray-2l5
Riggle, Terry Lynn-200
Rigney, Sylvester L.-I83
Risko, Janice Mignon-I83
Rivers, William Dorris-209
Roach, Linda Carol-IB3
Roark, Melinda K.-200
Powell, Wm. Alexander-l82
Pratt, Larry Joseph-l82
Prescott, Michael Alan-209
Presley, Bobbie Dianne-I82
Presley, Dorothy Lee-200
Presley, Thomas Grady-l82
Preswood, Walter Andrew-200
Price, Gloria Lee-2I4
Priest, Judith R.-200
Prince, Harry Biles-209
Prince, Mark D.-l82
Pritchett, Betty Jane-209
Psemeneki, Harry S.-200
Pugh. Roy Nelson-2l4
Pugh, Willard Cleve-200
Pullum, Harry Albert-l82
Pullum, Judith Elaine--209
Purkey, Ronald Ernest--200
Putman, Basil Wayne-I82
Pyle, David Warren-l82
Qualls, Ann Elizabeth-2l5
Qualls, David Randall-I82
Qualls, Sharon Loretta-200
Qualls, William Harrison-209
Quinley, Susan Olivia-200
Quinton, Robert Wm.-I82
Raasch, Mary Kathleen-2l5
Rader, Hilda Ruth-200
Rafeedie, Samih Faris-l82
Ragland. Pattye Sue-IB2
Ragsdale, Clyde D.-IB3
Rains, Myra Lynn-2I5
Rains, Sheila Karen-2l5
Ramsey, Charles Edward-209
Ramsey, James Clifford-209
Ramsey, Larry B.-I83
Ramsey, Thomas M.-l83
Randolph, Leila R.-IB3
Randolph, Nancy Kaye-209
Rankin, Marion R., Jr.-200
Raper, Edward Brookshire-209
Rardin, Rodney Alan-I83
Rascoe, William Sidney-2I5
Robbins, Barbara Smith-209
Robbins, Jerry Dale-200
Robbins, Sara Beth-2l5
Robbins, W. Louisa-IB3
Roberson, Donnie Joe-200
Roberson, Randy Earl-200
, Gloria May-200
Roberts, Harry Hugh-I83
, Larry Greg ory-2 l 5
Roberts, Ronald Dea n-l 83
, Sandra Raye-209
, Susan Elaine-2I5
Robertson, Martha Jo-209
Robertson, Roddy L.-200
Robertson, William Forrest-209
te, Randolph James-200
Robinson, Fred M.-200
Robinson, Richard Jr.--IB3
n, William M.-200
Rock, Vicki Lee-I83
Rogers, Alfred Watdon-2I5
Rogers, Betty Gayle-200
Rogers, Carol Annette-IB4
Rogers, Dennis Wayne-209
Rogers, Linda Jo-200
Rogers, Oliver Leon-209
Ralph Arnold-I 84
Rollins, James Odell-I84
Rominger, Betty Louise-200
Rominger, Robert D.-l84
urora Jane-l 84
Rose, Malcolm Franklin, Jr.-209
Rose, Mary Lynne-I84
Ross, Anthony Dwayne-209
Rossmaicr, John Francis-2I5
Roy, Brenda Faye-l84
Rush, Bobby Douglas--I84
Rushing, Priscilla D.-200
Rust, James Rickey-IB4
Rutherford, Cynthia Ellen-I84
Rutherford, George Edward-I84
Rutherford, Michael C.-200
Sadler, Edwin Gray-200
Sampley. Richard Alan-I84
Sandefur, Joyce Kay-I84
Sandlin, Carl Walker-200
Saunders, Kathryn P.-200
Saunders, Rebecca L.--I84
Savage, James Douglas-2I5
Savage, Virginia Ann-209
Sawyer, Mack Anderson-I84
Schell, Judy Carol-200
Schild, David Alexander-2I5
Schmitt, Julia W.-I84
Schramm, Harry F., Jr.-209
Schreiber, Lawrence A.-I84
Schubert, Robert A.-l84
Scoggins, John Nicholas-209
Scoggins, Thomas Daniel-2I5
Scott, Permelia Nan-I84
Seaborn, Donald James-I84
Seals, Bobbie Jean-200
Seaton, William Glenn-209
Sells, Karen Rosalie--209
Sells, Patricia Ann-I84
Senecal, Ronald Raymond-l84
Sexton, Barbara Sue-209
Sexton, Carol Ann-209
Shackleford. Jack Ray-200
Shadden, Brenda Carolyn-209
Shadden, Gwendolyn D.-200
Shadden, Janet Elaine-I84
Shah, Mayank Jayantilal-I84
Shanks, Martha Summers-20I
Shanks, Mary Ruth-209
Sharp, Donald Alan-20I
Sharp, Edward Dowe-2I5
Sharp, Ronald David-20I
Sharpe, Terry Neil-20I
Sheffey, John Charles-20I
Shelton, Micheal Ray-20I
Shelton, Richard Lee-I84
Shepard, Brenda Sue-2I5
Shepherd, Ken Dwight-I85
Shepherd, Phillip Lee-2I5
Sherman, Harry S.-I85
Sherrard, Jo Ann-20l
Sherrill, Kay Carol-2I5
Shoemaker, Diana Sue-l85
Shoub, Janet Dee-20I
Shugart, Brenda Joyce-2I5
Shull, Norma Ruth-IBS
Shumate, Sharon Diane-I85
Shuran, Michael James-ZOI
Shuster, Rita Elaine-20I
Sierraalta, Antonio L.-I85
Simmons, David M.-20I
Simmons, Richard L-I85
Simmons, Robert Wayne-I85
Simms, Allan Wayne--I85
Simpkins, Vicki Jane-2Ol
Simpson, Brian Eugene-20I
Simpson, Cynthia Louise-215
Simpson, James Melvin-I85
Simpson, Lawrence, Jr.-I85
Simpson, Michael Lee-I85
Simpson, Peggy Jean-2l5
Simpson, Sheila Raye-209
Sims, John Stephen--I85
Skelton, Reggy Covin-2I5
tudent Index - continued
Smith, Ira David-20I
Smith, Jack Wiseman lll-209
Smith, Jerry Vincent-I86
Smith, John Oliver-I8b
Smith, Larry Gwenn-I86
Smith, Letitia Ann-2I5
Smith Margaret Bennett-209
Smith Miles Anthony-209
Smith Myrtle Diane-I86
Smith Paula Fa e 209
, Vinson Elmer-2l5
, William Bradford, Jr.-201
y, Gary Dennis-l87
Swing, Joe Edward-2I0
Swofford, William Glenn, Jr.-I87
Swor, Carl Thomas-I87
Sykes, Carol Sue-I87
Sykes, Ronald Harper-I88
Talbott, Bobby Ray-l88
Talley, Janice Karen-2l5
Tallon, Wesley Carlisle-2l0
Tanksley, Randall Rea-I88
Tarpley, Dorothy L.-202
Taylor, Cheryl Marie-2IO
Taylor, Deidrie Loris-202
Taylor, Eunice Dianne-2l0
Taylor, Felicia McCormick-I88
John Dewitt-I 88
Viar, Donna Roach-I89
Vick, Donald Steven-202
Walden, Cheryl Marie-202
Walker, Billie C.-202
Walker, Carlotta Ann-2I5
Walker, Carol Elizabeth-2l5
Walker, Edward T. III-202
Walker, Larry Barton-l89
Walker, Larry Paul-IB9
Wallace, Patty Jean-2l0
Waller, Eva Ann-2I5
Waller, Robert Edward-I89
Smithson, Kenton Dale-209
Snyder, Larry Monroe-I86
South, Beverly Lynn-IB6
Spain, Samuel Alfred-20I
Spann, Jennifer Elaine-209
Spann, Katherine Bowling-209
Sparkman, Donald E., Jr.--20I
Sparks, Beverly Jean-20l
Speakman, Barbara Mae-2I0
Teague, John Arthur-l88
Teffer, Gertie Mae-202
Tehrani, Jafar Gh--I88
Tehrani, Shirley S.-ISB
Templeton, Linda I.-I88
Tenpenny, Larry Allen-2I5
Terry, Douglas Wayne-l88
Terry, Stephen Dale-2I5
Thackston, Lou Margaret-2I0
nd, Linda Dianne-2I0
rs, Sheila Annette-2I5
n, Sandra Elaine-2I0
Warren, Bobbye June-2I5
Warren, Karen A.-202
Warren, Randall Dee-I89
Warren, Terry Wayne-202
Watson, James Alexander, Jr.-202
Watson, Jimmy Lee-202
Spears, Ronald Wayne-20I
Speight, Robert Berton-20I
Spencer, Diane K.-I86
Spilman, Carol Ann-215
Spodeck, David Alan-20I
Spurlock, Belle L.-IB6
Spurlock, Kenyon Neal-2I5
Stafford, Carla Renee-I87
Standifer, Nancy Ann-2I5
Stansell, Glenda Diane-2I0
Stanton, Sara Lou-2l0
Starr, Gary Craig-20l
Steakley, James Louis-20I
Steakley, Melody L.-l87
Steele, Phillip Randall-215
Steele, Shirley A. S.-20l
Steffey, Judy Gay-2I5
Steffy, Richard Earl-2l0
Stephens, James S.-I87
Stephens, Patsy Ann-2I0
Stephens, Michael L.-I87
Stephenson, Ricky Lynn-2I0
Stepp, William G.-l87
Stevens, Rodney Kemp-I87
Stewart, Kenneth R.-2OI
Stewart, Larry Martin-I87
Stewart, Michael Ray-IB7
Stinson, Gary John-20l
Stinson, Paul Thomas-202
Stockstill, Doris Kaye-210
Stockton, David Lynn-2I0
Stockton, Donald W.-l87
Stockton, Mary Eliz.-202
Stockton, Nancy Faye--2I5
Stockstill, Frankie S.-IB7
Stokes, Marsha G.-202
Stone, Martha Jane-202
Stone, Michael Nichols-202
Stooksbury, Debbie Jean-2I5
Storey, Samuel Boyd-2l0
Story, Sharon Elaine-202
Stout, Brenda Sue-202
Stout, Donnita Carol-l87
Stover, Marcia Louise--I87
Straub, Anna Laura-l87
Stubblefield, Sara A.-202
Stults, Carolyn Jean-I87
Thomas, Brenda Ann-2 I 0
, Gerald Allen-202
Thomas, Gerald Lee-I 88
, Michael Ellis-ZI5
Thomas, Ronald Dan-2 I0
son, Dorothy Anne-I 88
Thompson, Danny Ray-2 I 5
on, James Finley, Jr.-202
Thompson, Jan Stewart-2 I 5
on, Jenny Lorraine-2 I 5
Thompson Joel A.-202
on: John W.--IBS
Thornton, Philip Young-2 I 0
r, Dewey Young-2 I 0
Threadgill, Robert G., Jr.-202
Tittle, John Harvey--202
Tool, Karl Edward-2l0
Topping, Thomas E.--IBS
Townsend, Brenda Darlene-2I0
Townsend, Terry Erwin-202
Trammel, Harold L.-202
Trapp, Eleanor Mary-IS9
Traylor, Donald C.-202
Trewhitt, Madison S. II-I89
Trotter, Charlyn L.-202
Tucker, Linda Lee B.-l89
Tucker, Paul Howard-2I0
Turck, Karla Jo-2I5
Turk, Larry Joe-I89
Turnbill, Linda Kay-2l5
Turner, Franklin Lee-202
Turner, Howard Bruce-202
Turner, Kathey Anne-IB9
Turner, Linda Sue-IB9
Richard O.-I 89
Robert W.-I 89
Watts, Phyllis Marie-2l0
Wattwood, Phillip, Jr.-203
Way, De Forest R.-IS9
Weakley, David Michael-203
Weatherford, Gary M.--203
Weatherspoon, Terry L.-2l0
Weaver, Linda Teresa-I89
Weaver, Richard Alan-I89
Webb, Delbert Brock-I89
Webb, Eddie Jackson-203
Webb, Marvin Neal-203
Webb, Wanda Gail C.-2I0
Webber, Charles David-I90
Webber, Donald Larry-2I0
Weber, Lawrence C.-I90
Weis, Michael Leo-203
Welch, Michael E.-203
Weldon, Charles Alan-203
Welker, Malcolm Earl-203
Umberger, Diedre Trimmer-202
Underwood, Deborah Dianne-2I5
ch, Debra Lynn-2 I 5
Upchurch, Mary Jo-2I0
ch, Sherran R.-I 89
my L. Finney-I90
Wells, Judy Paulette-2I0
Joseph William, Jr.-I90
West, Albert Edward-I90
West, Edward Allen-203
West, Helen Carol-I90
West, Jerry L.-2l5
West, Lillian Edith-2l0
Wheat, Nancy Ann-2l0
Wheeler, Brenda Gail-203
Wheeler, James Riley-2I0
Wheeler, Joe Nicodemo--203
Wheeler, Linda Lee-2I0
Wheeler, Ronnie Henry-l90
Wheeler, Sharon Jan-2l0
Wheeler, William Norris--2I0
everly Ann-2 I 5
White, David Eugene-203
White, Michael David-203
White, Pamela Dean-203
White, Ronald Evan-203
and ra Jo-203
Sliger, Karen Sue-2l5
Sliger, Phyllis F.-I85
Sloan, Wiley Gray-IBS
Smartt, Charles Byron-I86
Smeal, Keith William-20I
Smith, Barbara Jean-2I5
Smith, Connie Jean-20I
Smith, Danny Lewis--2OI
Smith, Deborah Lynn-209
Smith, Donald Walter-I86
Smith, Donna L. Binnion-I86
Smith, Dorothy Carol-I86
Smith, Garrick Eldon-I86
Smith George Ray-2I5
Homer Lyn n-20 I
Stutz, Michael D.-202
Suddarth, James M.-202
Suddath, Janice Leah-I87
Suits, Deborah Mae-l87
Sullivan, Gary Leslie-I87
Sullivan, Marian Osborne-IB7
Sullivan, Robert Edward, Jr.-I87
Sutton, Barbara Jean-2I0
Sutton, Bobby Leon, Jr.-2I0
Sutton, Danny Neal-2I0
Swallows, James M.-I87
Swallows, Janice Faye-I87
Swallows, Michael Lee-I87
Swaney, Deborah Diane-2I5
Swann, Ronald K.-2I0
Sweeney, Donna Kennedy-I87
Vaden, Mary Kathryn-202
Vaden, Robert D.-IB9
Van Cleave, James Frank-I89
Vandagritf, Ronnie W.-202
Van Hook, Michael E.-202
Van Hook, Vicki Su:-l89
Vanhooser, Joe Kenneth-2I5
Van Hooser, Paula-I89
Vaughn, Joyce Seta-I89
Vaughn, Wilma Joy-2l5
Vaught, James Ward, Jr.-2l0
Veach, Clarence Wayne-IB9
Verble, Dan Royce-l89
Vernon, James Donald-202
Whitehurst, Michael Scott-203
Whitfield, Philip Warren-2I0
Whitley, Stephen Gary-I90
Whitney, Gregg Katherine-2I5
Whitworth, Michael B.-203
Wilcox, Chas. Steven-203
Wiles, Marvin Emerson, Jr.-l90
Wilkey, Ricky Conway-203
Wilkey, Timothy Lee-2l0
Wilkins, James R.-I90
Willard, Gordon Lee-2l5
Willard, Patricia J.-I90
Willeford, Carolyn Puckett-l90
Williams, Aaron Jackson, Jr.-2I0
Williams, Barbara Lee-2l5
Williams, Cyril Dean-2I5
Williams, Daniel Clayborn-I90
Williams, Don W.-203
Williams, Donald Lee, Jr.-2I5
Williams, James Kenneth-2I0
Williams, Jerry Brown-203
Larry Neal+2 I 0
Williams, Nancy Kay-I9O
Williams, Pamela M.-I90
Williams, Patti Lyn-2I5
Williams, Rebecca J.-203
Williams, Ronald Neal-203
Williams, Sam Franklin, Jr.-2l0
Williams, Steve Allen-2I5
Willitord, Linda Dianne-2I5
, Jennifer S.-203
Wilson Michael Dale-203
Wilson Nancy Jane-2l5
Wilson, Sherrill Lynn-203
Winchester, David A.-203
Winchester, James E.-203
Willis, Patricia Ann--203
Willis, Steven Wayne-2l5
Willis, Teresa Jean-2l5
Wilmore, Johnny Eldon-2I5
Wilson, Donna G.-I90
A welcomed sight tor Eagle fans-a victory over
the Murray Thoroughbreds.
Wintree, Cathy Carol-2I0
Wintree, Wesley Allen-2I5
Winfree, William Wilson-2I0
Winningham, Albert Dwyte-203
Winningham, Carolyn Jean-2l5
Winton, Vetron Kay-I90
Wiser, James Newman-I90
Wiser, Steven Lee-2I0
Witcher, Deborah Neel-2l5
Witcher, Rebecca Gail-2l0
Witcher, Sandra L.-l90
Wolaver, Marsha Lynne-I90
Wolf, Stephen L.-I90
Womac, Helen Louise-l90
Wcmaclc, Patricia Mae--203
Wood, Dennis N.-203
Wood, Marcia Lynn-2I0
Woodall, William Joseph-2l5
Woodling, Dave Roy-l90
Woods, Harriette A.-I9I
Wooten, Linda Sue-2I0
Woznialc, Walter T.-l9l
Yarbrough, Robert D.-203
Yarman, Dennis William-l9l
Yarman, Judy Brown-l9I
Yates, Vaughn Wayne-203
Yentsch, Carol Angelia-215
Yorlc, Billie Jean-2l0
York, Ellen Ruth-l9I
Yorlc, Linda Lou-203
Wright David Lee--203
Wright John Edward-I9I
Wright, Johnie J. lll-I9l
Wright, Judith Ann-I9I
Wright Ronald Joe--l9l
Wright, Sidney Paul-I9l
Yost, James T.-I 9 I
Young Donna Kay-203
Young, Fred Reese-l9l
Young, John Milton-2I5
Young, Judy Carol-I9l
Young Linda Sue-l9l
Yusypchuk, Gene Joseph-2 I 5
Wrinn, Douglas Cornelius-I9I
Wyatt, Billy Joe-l9l
Zarth, John Harlan-203
Zheman, David Ismael-I9l
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Allen, Major Joe-I47
Allen, Vernon R.-I47
Ballal, S. K.-I47
Boyd, Capt. Arthur--I47
Brown, Mary Jane-I43
Lt. Col. William, J
Facult and taff Index
Estes, O. T.-I48
Fuson, R. E.-I48
Hogan, Garry, Jr.-I49
Huang, Ju Chin-149
Huddleston, W. J.-I44
Joyce, Major John A.-I49
King, Mary Byrd-l50
Lewis, W. H.-I46
Moorman, R. H.-I5I
Mundy, Capt. Andrew-ISI
Nolen, Jewell-I 5l
Olivo, Capt. James A.-ISI
Patil, S. A.-l5l
Patterson, Capt. Donald A.-I5i
Pitts, D. R.-l5l
Purdy, Kenneth-I 5l
Quattlebaun, Rebecca-I 5 I
Shettlesworth, Juanita-I 52
Sisson, L. E.-I46
Smith, Ima Dean-I43
Smith, Capt. Richard-I52'
Snelgrove, C. P.-I42
Spilman, J. E.-152
Stabler, H. R.-I52
Stewart, O. C.-l45
Stradley, William B.-I52
Thompson, W. T.-I43
Tittle, Major G. F.-l52
Toline, F. R.-I53
Van Cleave, Albert-I53
Waller, SFC Hiram, ll-I53
A state-supported university oifering the degrees of
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts
and Master of Science, with high academic standards, a
well trained faculty, and many new plant facilities.
A convenient location in the midst of a diversified
recreational and scenic area. An outstanding R.O.T.C.
Splendid training at low cost in three undergraduate
colleges-Education, Arts and Sciences, and Engineering
fincluding strong pre-professional curriculaj-two
undergraduate schools-Business Administration and
Agriculture and Home Economics-and the Graduate
Emphasis upon a student-centered program with par-
tiular attention to the individual on one of America's
Tuition free to residents of Tennessee.
Address correspondence with the university as follows:
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Reese uses radios to keep 111 touch
Don Reese, director of photo services,
finds little time to relax.
His calendar of photo assignments
leaves him little time to do darkroom
work. As a result, he has equipped his
facilities with two-way radios in order to
talk with his student assistants and his
secretary while away from the oflice.
Reese stays on his feet throughout most
of the working day with heavy camera
equipment his constant companion.
Edward Melton student assistant
Larry Meyers and Bob Penick process pictures to
be used in the yearbook.
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smirks and sarcasm do not help at all.
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to get tl1e correct statisiics for sports. l10W to check lille lr'-?Sl1fT19n PlC'fUI'9S.
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And now 1970 . . .
What will it reveal? Up to this point,
man has accomplished the unbelieva-
bles of the l960,s.
What are the unbelievables for the
'7O's? Cures for diseases are always
being sought. Improved equipment for
all fields is an ever-present demand.
Mars is not a landing strip, yet.
Conquering a detrimental idea -
praying for peace-killing a neighbor
-condemning a massacre-the uni-
versal way of life . . .
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin
grabbed the moon for man in '69. ln
1970 man must develop the lunar sur-
face for mankind. He must decide
what the moon has to offer his civiliza-
tion-to help solve its problems.
How will Tech's students prepare to
meet the problems of this decade? This
edition of the EAGLE is an attempt to
preview the '70's-and to point out
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