University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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' I. sv- MUMiMa tiiHiwiprtp gwpMi t» ' iiW iiiwiib W]wi»MffL ir w i »!i»w Ftsf ' -rfT J 1969 COROLLA THE YEARBOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY OE ALABAMA Volume Seventy -Seven Published by the Students of the University of Alabama George Culver Editor Sarah Coker Managing Editor Tommy Cash Layout Editor Adelaide Kilgrow Copy Editor Mick MacMullan Business Manager Rosemary Lollar Office Manager 1 i-, ». " s ' ' " (■l- ? " ■ ' % -wllft ' ' wfHi Table of Conte nts Opening The Silent and Unrecognized World Dedication Academics . Student Life Sports Features Greeks Organizations ,fii« ' . . Classes Advertising Index They say students never think much . . . but who are they anyway? How do they really know? . . . I say they ' re wrong . . . I think . . . most of my friends seem to . . . However, I must admit I didn ' t much before, but now that I ' m in college I find myself thinking quite a bit. I look at things in a different light now. Somehow I seem to have found depth that I never before realized. Like now, I ' m actually thinking about thinking . . . i r : ■ i n ■ ■ ■ Rf ■• iV ■ ' You know . . . actually think some people would be humiliated if they had any idea that someone noticed them lost in their thoughts. They ' re afraid someone would think they were a bit off . . . I ' m sure right now I look like a cold icebox and if anyone were to speak to me I probably wouldn ' t even react. I just want to be alone for a change. Sure, there was a time when I too might have been embarrassed . . . I don ' t care about that anymore. I ' ve got other things to worry about now— problems more serious and challenging than ever before- like myself and what I want . . . what I want to be . . . what I want to do . . . I ' m not becoming so introverted that I am rejecting society, I just want to leave it periodically. It ' s actually a search ... a trial .... Get away . . . Gosh! It ' s really great sometimes even if it ' s to ride around or just walk . . . It ' s refreshing . . . As ugly as that smokestack is in the daytime, right now it ' s the most beautiful thing I ' ve ever seen. My roommate was telling me the other day that she knew a girl who while walking to take a test would look at that smokestack and say a prayer . . . " God, you gave man the strength to build that stack, and he was suc- cessful. Please give me the strength to take this test and I, too, will be successful . . . " It ' s fifteen till . . . better be heading on back. 10 mf fry to get to church as often as possible. I feel bad if I neglect going, but I need to be studying. I have a final at 8:00 in the morning and I still have to read three chapters and those prob- lems. What am I doing here? There ' s so much to do. As long as I ' m sitting here I should pay attention to the services. Maybe if I pray God will help me pass . . . but God only helps those who help themselves. Well I could have gone out last night but I didn ' t. I stayed in to study but I fell asleep . . . it wasn ' t my fault. I ' ve been pushing myself so hard, of course, I should have been doing it all along . . . I feel so hypocritical. I ' m patting myself on the back because I got up to go to church, and then I sit here and think about all my problems instead of listening to the services. I could have worried in bed . . . I ' ve got to snap out of it . . . Dear God, I know I don ' t deserve it but . . . but if you ' d help me ust this once . . . 12 13 14 -S • ' t ' X c o -!ro ' ur:; ' bed ' ' " - - po yourse ?or -he weather There of ra in in IS the in% chance otra. „ Tuscaloosa area „, . . Would you I ' ste g • ' • " rHunlsville we ' d get for rain m n a monsoon. 15 have to run to the Bursar ' s office right now. Thanks anyway. I ' ll see you at the house for lunch later . . . I ' m with that guy all the time and I really, really don ' t know him. You ' d think that out of as many people as I know or call friends, there would be some in the bunch that I could really talk to. How many close friend do I have . . .? Maybe two . . .? But I can ' t tell them everything. That ' s what I need— someone I can really trust ... no matter what. The fact is I ' m lonely. Hey Pooch . . . Wake up and let ' s talk . . . How yo doing, dog? . . . Oh, how stupid can I get. t I b.i -r4 17 No! I told you, now, I can ' t take that course at that time. Oh, I can ' t be- lieve this . . . I can ' t walk fast enough to make it from Math-Psych to ten Hoor in ten minutes . . . besides I ' ve had " mono " and I will not have an 8:00 class. Besides I ' ll cut more than 1,11 attend .... David, you ' ve got to pull me a couple of Econ 72 cards because I don ' t register until 3:00 and you know it will be impossible for me to cheat the system since they ' re checking IBM cards . . . Now be sure to get me two or three so if I find something else at those times I can switch .... Yea . . . they closed her class and it won ' t be open until four. I tell you, I ' ve got to wait in this line . . . I ' d flunk under anyone else .... Can you believe I ' ve pulled all my cards and checked out and don ' t even register until noon tomorrow? .... 18 Briii ii. . " 07 «nivii, t«RB- ' tlOilT IBME - fl knt ' » 4 5 no? 5 239? 19 20 You ' re wrong . . . I say stu- dents do care. If they are old enough and have the mentality to go to war, then, they damn well should be able to vote in it. Students are interested in politi- cal affairs . . . Why when Bobby was here on Campus . . . wasn ' t that awful? Sure there were those who backed him and those who violently op- posed him . . . but no one wants a country where its lead- ers are shot down and assas- sinations are common place. Who ' ll be next? 21 , ot . V— Z ; o M ' Cfi.€- .- n c -jC i - ' i-J These college kids, I declare, What ' s be- come of young America? Why only last night a carload of drunks drove through my tulips . . . and they were smoking . . . The very idea, I ' m sure it was pot. Why in my day . . . oh, why can ' t they be like we were? . . . Vulgar suggestive dances . . . Where ' s the Big Apple, the Black Bottom? Oh Jitter Bug, come back come back! Last night I saw a girl enter a boy ' s apart- ment and you can only imagine . . . mind you, I wasn ' t looking but kids are so ob- vious about everything ... no morals, no pride . . . If only their parents knew, it ' s my Christian duty to inform the dean. I ' ll call tomorrow. In the name of humanity, what ' s a generation gap? It scares me, really scares me, they ' re the future leaders of our country . . . Mark my word, they ' ll have us in a war in no time and crime and rioting in the streets will be common place. What ' ll become of our simple, un- complicated world? No child of mine will ever .... m 1 — vS- 23 24 Me? 25 9 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA coutoti N[ school; GRADING srsrtM AS - Mli SC.E iC£S EO EDUCATION 0» .Cl«AOtJ»T€ £nG EKGiNEESlNC. LAW t W CBA COMMtfCE BUS AOM. HtC HOME ECOt OMiCS B 80-B5 F O.S« E - CONDdON U UNSATlSFACtOB 1 INCOMPlEIE ' ABSENl FROM N GilADt NO ' «I » ' ED E ' .AWINAllON S SATISFaCTOSV STUDENT S NAME Jack T aniel Box 1116 Univ Ala 35 86 local address Jack Daniel Pr. 1214 Georp.e Dickie Ave Red DaRRer, Ala 35130 THIS IS A STATEMENT OF THE GRADES OF THE STUDENT NAMED FOR THE PERIOD INDI- GATED OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS AND RECOROS UNIVEIfSnr OF AlABAMA PARENT S COPY NAME OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN COURSE TITLE Fall Sem 1°6 " FJral Interred Accounting Cost Accounting Corporation Prln of ADM ORn Marketing Choral Union PERMIT F ,0 " 26 Me? I ' m 83289 or is it 06? Who Knows? Who cares? I ' m just 1 15,000 of what ' s happening around here . . . Hell no I don ' t know what apathy is and what ' s more I don ' t give a damn . . . Welcome to Sties 54, there is a probability that 20 of you will fail, 10 make D ' s and 10 more make C ' s, the other 200 will drop the course . . . Put it on the curve. Prof . . . Got an hour exam, 2 pop tests and a speech tomorrow plus those 400 pages left to read, and I could give a happy damn but have to keep the grades up so mommy and daddy won ' t think I waste their money and is that really a 24 hour bridge game next door? Hell, one beer won ' t hurt . . . Run to class, hit those books, screw this Rat Race . . . Two packs already and that damn dex put me to sleep and what ' s the use anyway it ' s a C course . . . Who cares what I learn or how much I retain. One month, three weeks, and two days left and then .... Three Hours Short . ' , ' .. What the hell do you mean three hours short. Give me summer school or bust . . . See you in Saigon . . . Love Graduation, my roommate got a Vet and I got a pair of socks my grandmother darned . . . I could work for IBM but decided to teach school in Opp instead . . . I don ' t care, just plain don ' t care, four years then suddenly PLOP— out in the cruel world and no more paper mill . . . Apathetic? Yes . . . typical, too .... v 28 People are like that . . . yes, they are! 29 i Jife ' 30 Look of ' em having a ball . . . No love problems, no worries about school, who is going to be their next date, clothes ... no worry about money. How I ' d love sometimes to only go back. No use . . . I ' ll have to realize that one has to face the reality of the world. There ' s no need to hide from it for it is coming full speed ahead . . . In a few years I ' ve got to go out in this big wide open world alone . . . I guess it ' s good though that I realize it now instead of then. Maybe I ' ll be ready. IIS wiH 31 :M $ M Jfc-V .■■ - .• ' .v v : » ■. ♦ ' • ! ' ' ••. -» ' ' ; " • ' ' (.. i ■ H 1 LS-JUimJ f « k. ■L ' " ' " ' v ' ■ My God, if I don ' t know it now I never will! You must be able to discuss such and such from 1850 to the present including the five following charac- teristics . . . List the six reasons resulting in the . . . Laundry list, laundry list, why did I come to college to learn laundry lists? It is merely a process of learning them for a test, forgetting them and then relearning them for finals .... seem to have lost my objective . . . my reason for coming here in the first place. I ' m not trying to learn anything. All I seem to value is a degree, taking the easiest courses with the easiest teachers . . . Now who was the guy that . . . Next semester is going to be a new story, for once I really mean it. I ' m lost now, but I ' m going to find myself. If I can just make it this time. 34 It ' s a great feeling to have Sunday afternoons free to go and get away from the classes and meetings and parties and roommates and paper mills. Free to get away with friends or a date and just go . . . it doesn ' t matter where . . . just go and forget everything around here, even if it ' s only for a few hours. 35 Openness . . , freshness . . . freedom . . . beauty serenity . . How pitiful it is that I ' m so caught up in my little world that I forgot that . . . There are other worlds you know . . . 36 37 Pam, you just can ' t do me this way. We ' re pinned and getting married in August. Are we to call it off? I can ' t study, I can ' t eat, I can ' t do anything any more .... O i Honey, I found the perfect apartment for us. We can do the living room in red and black, you know, with red check gingham. Mama ' s knitting an afghan and with Granny ' s old rocker it will be so quaint. And for the bedroom I was thinking about an off white trimmed in . . . Now look, Alon, we either play this little game by my rules or we don ' t play at all. And while we ' re at it, let me remind you to refrain from insulting my intelligence. Susan, you ' ve got to try to understand that I ' m in law school now and we can ' t run around like we did last year. Re- member it is up to me to put the beans on the table .... get the greatest feeling when I ' m with you. It is such a secure feeling that I ' ve never before felt. You know what? I love you. 38 ■a. - !i««l 39 M ' ' W •Kdii ALLIED ARTISTS PRESENTS A Man ' m mk •m , ' i ANcI A Woman The Good . . . The Bad FLY FAR ' FAREASTERIV AIRWAYi this vacation visit beautiiul The Ugly The closer she gets the better she looks. She must have gotten a bottle of that .... 42 43 { i H r •.,. 1 Hf ' H « l A fl ■ J n (m I H y ® , H « . U if Wi i l Friday again . . . TGIF . . . If it weren ' t for weekends I couldn ' t make it. Hey Ted, what are you doing tonight? . . . Oh, I just thought I ' d pick me up a six-pack and go to Bill ' s place. We usually think of something to do that ' s kinda different .... I ' m not too keyed about it, but I guess I ' ll go to the party. I probably won ' t stay long. It ' s gotten to where they ' re all alike . . . Maybe I ' m .... 45 Now wait a minute, let ' s don ' t jump to conclusions. Give Mr. Nixon a chance. I feel pretty optimistic myself. You know he was by far the better of the three but . . . you can ' t honestly believe that George Wallace would have been the one . . . sure do ... I tell yo, he ' d have put an end to all this mess we ' re having even if it had taken wall to wall national guards .... You two just make plans for a week from Friday and we ' ll run on down to N.O. We can stay at my cousin ' s house . . . Don ' t you think the new Afro-American course under Dr. Strickland is great? It ' s my favorite this semester. It ' s put a new light on the way I ' ve always viewed history .... guess I ' ll just go on back home and take over Dad ' s business. That ' s what he has always wanted me to do . . . hey what ' s that guy ' s name over there by the door? Nick, make that two more Millers . . . So, when . . . 46 47 DIRECTIONS: Two or inorr p I a y i- r s plan- lokrns on " START " and laki- liirn rolliiic uni- ilit- to ilrla-rniinr num- ber of --pares iiiovt-d. Many opat-t- ' i ' i iiiain liiiidfrantM ' s or hi-lps to forward prog ■»! . Thi- fir l om- n-aching " STOP " Stadium lot Hlled Ppoft ' fd lo 1 iiion lot (three sparer forwar l) Late for rla s (gu baek to htart) Le al parking space (in i orlh Lnion lot empty (no classes, however, beeaii-e of recent outbreak of Hong Konu Flu I THE PARK Vou ha%«- ini ' . ed a mid term w h i 1 e trying to p ark (ma ke heller k rade than if yuu had tak« n exam - o take an 1 xira turn) I.epal parkin;: -pae. (loth floor Tut wil. r) New white decal xone opened in Auburn (full of Iractor- , double parked cows; proceed to legal parkiiif: pace) ■ ou havt improsed Top Corolla Beauty willi red deeal on new Mer edc-- (laki- exlia turn) ti " Legal parking t pace (10 miles outside Selma) [NG GAME Lr ul parking spaci- (in S arrior Rivrr) l.uir fit I- rtn« lh T f 1 ii (Drop fourx- ;ind ri-iiii-i) l« »lart I (111 pui-k in front of Mt ' i hl Hut in ui- itli 1,.ori.Ma liitz. W ».-. .■%.i- al.rl Tu .-alocj a .op- iin- inf-iliali-l -ii-prcl you of (l -iilin ill Inlirslat.- dope traffii- (Vo-t ■SIOO.OOO bail or r.tiirn lu -.tarl) V«u i ' i ticket for no d« ' cal simply ipn Dad ' s iiain ' . r« tupn I«» I -P. antl h-avt car off canipu- (move up onr p;Ufl MAIL CHECKI PARKING 8AM SPM MAIL CHECK 15MIN PARKING 8 AKf 5 P.li ou art- ti «Tpark -«l l6 ila -. I I h »ur . 38 niinuti-s in fifti ' i-n inin- ul« ' zont- (ihi-- cmifii-«» ' ». I ,P. -o SiikI •n1 tot full of You Iradi- in car I ' ur 11 ol ,«•» •!.• laoiil ly car - II y. (mo vo 1 irwanl OIK -par. o cr ' oaks ihi:. — prott .1 i ' lilil ■1) 1 Spa»-f by aparl- Mi.nts lull of Kr -h- ba.-k to l4 ' ;:al park- in;;; -paci- ) ou park on i|uailraii l«- Mur- ine i ' .u -rnor - l a ! -ri ' iiionif . our far i- hit head 4 ii by car farryinp Govfpmtr (-ur (Gov- ernor but Ionc on«- ■ MONTGOMERY MOBILE BIRMINGHAM D«in l pay o trduf nn. " at t;orga- Hall (lo-f Brad«-s) Pay i t-r(tti - Tin ' al Oorgas Hall (lo-«- on.- turn) ou fiiM- up and send r a r hoint- . take rah or bus X % There is no reality except in tictJcii Look of yourself " Joe College " . Look at those bloodshop eyes. That ' s the easy way out. You can ' t drown your troubles and run away from reality. Look at those bags under your eyes from all night studying and cramming when you could have been keeping up all semester. Look deep into your eyes, " Joe College " , and maybe you ' ll find out what happened to all that self-confidence, ambition, and drive you once had. What are you to do . . . I ' ll tell you what you ' re to do . . . you ' ve got to grab hold of yourself. You ' ve got to find something solid and grab hold of it. Yea Joe, you ' re the one who will qualify for the draft and damn well protect your country. You ' re the one who ' ll try to better society, but you ' ll do it in society and not completely re ' ecf if. You ' re not the first who thought you would crack under pressure, but you popped another pill and somehow made it. You ' re not the first who spent much too much time at- tending committee meetings or worried for months about a broken love affair. You ' re not the first who has had family problems back home or socially embar- rassed because of money problems. Yea Joe, you aren ' t the first student who has had problems and you damn well know won ' t be the last. The difference is, Joe, those before you either broke and fell by the wayside or they woke up be- fore it was too late. You ' re thinking now . . . this is promising .... You realize a decision has to be made. Think hard, Joe, think it out. You don ' t have long you know. 52 The Silent and Unrecognized World " No, not now. Maybe later . . . " Walking by the Union today something made me stop to watch the demonstration on the steps. It wasn ' t anything new, yet I couldn ' t leave. I just stood there in the crowd staring. Here were human beings, students like myself, quietly and peacefully voicing their opinion. Tomorrow they ' ll make the headlines in the C.W., Birming- ham News, or the Montgomery Advertiser. Are these students effective in their campaign? I guess I ' ll never know for only the individual can realize that. I suspect some of them to be sincere in their effort, then others may not be. But then, who am I to say? Who can judge the motives of others? " No, I left it at Pete ' s apartment last night. " " Can you believe this? " I never have been one to make fun of someone; I think that is awfully shallow. I see many questioned and puzzled faces here and some even shaking their heads in disgust. . . Trouble, trouble everywhere as the roof comes tumbling down. " Not yet, I ' m going to start this afternoon after lunch. I ' ll be there by 6:30. " I ... I think I ' m sincere about wanting a better world. To me though, there is another way; a way in which I believe I can achieve this by not appearing to be flashy, or seeming to rebel. You know there are problems that plague our world that are not political. Something that has shocked me so much in the last few months is that every day I seem to run into more and more people who are personally involved in satisfying the needs and troubles of others. They ' re truly interested in a better world and believe in doing something about it regard- less of how small and insignificant. To them society can be bettered by working to solve some of the problems of society within its bounds, rather than to choose a new one. How sad it is, for there is a silent and unrecognized world. A world of accomplishment which will never make headlines. " Yea, I ' d love a cup. " " Well tell me, how did you do on that test? " 53 Our campus is situated in the midst of social institutions which need our help. Bryce Hospital, Partlow, and the Veterans Administration Hospital are eagerly ac- cept ing student volunteers. Many various organizations and church groups perform services for these and other needy people of our community. Students connected with the Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Psychological Clinic spend numerous hours serving the handicapped and the troubled. Student Volunteers participate in the Red Cross and YMCA Programs as well as the campus sponsored Tutorial Assistance Programs. There are many ways and means available for students at the Uni- versity of Alabama to involve themselves. Untold numbers have met the challenge. 54 " can ' t imagine what it would be like to go hungry, I mean really hungry. Why, I get a head- ache when I miss breakfast. To give to a starving family is a wonderful feeling. I should do it more often. People are hungry at other times besides Christmas " . 55 " am working in a field which I have chosen as my career. Sometimes I feel that I have to do these things but then I look back and realize that I chose this field because it was one in which I could do so much good. I am really happy to be working with these people. " " What I do is not for the satisfaction of seeing it printed in black and white, but it is the satisfaction I get right here inside. That ' s most important to me! 57 " It is so depressing to ex- perience the sadness in lives of others, but that only makes one work harder to help them. " 58 ■ (j J f J 3 ' RSB fij k j(r ' " ' Y ' Wv HHHHjH HkJ ' dH D i H H( .; ! ' ! 9 I H lHjUJ H ' y- % 1 • ft l H ' ■ ' H ■ y jp 1 ' — ' Wi M Hhhhih MIA ' « t k " To see fhe eyes of on un- fortunate elderly person light up when he sees youth in its gaiety is really some- thing. They love to become close to us and talk to us. They love to see a smiling face. " 59 " know have become a more sensitive person since I began working with my deserving friends. I really think I have become a better person; a more meaningful person. " 60 " When I see one of the children respond with a laugh or a smile, I know I could never be happier anywhere else. " 6 " wish others could ex- perience the thrill of work- ing and playing with those less fortunate. It really gives the soul a lift. I can ' t explain, you really must see for yourself. " 62 " No matter how unrecog- nized, I am concerned and I will continue to make an effort to solve some of the problems in my society and my world .... " ' do it my way. How unfortunate silence is sometimes. " " It is a silent and un- recognized world, but to me it is beautiful and I ' ve recognized it. " Wy ' y A STRIDEi The STRIDF Pro [ l)ccp South iIh I ' risultni Trank A Rosi- " " ««««««»n,«., . e« , ■ KMlllWil li «|! « ttl Ut( l(«t (M»f8lritftll)ls«»9K ttHlMMIfll • MiMl It ' t- " " ■WRMflU i|.B R K ■ mtmi pmitmmi " ftm -«m Aii. : ' U|] _ ' S™- ' •»- " • " ' Vj ' . .■♦■ ta oi: i ■5»««» l- rL-l : ' f : -_i.i-_ ; ; • -. |h QMb ; f-i ifS- ' - Nf-, . - 4r » ■ . ' •mi ' • ' - ' : .• -C ' . ' ; a V , A r .- --- " T e ( Q tt { e G7 ( a . . . The President, the faculty, the students, and the staff of the University of Alabama are to create a regional center of excellence in higher education for the Deep South. The University is challenged to . . . Attract a facult) ' with teaching and research abilities comparable to those in the best uni- versities in the nation, be they public or private, with competitive salaries and benefits, and with the acquisition of 500 new faculty members for the three campuses . . . Build libraries, laboratories, and facilities of the highest quality in the Southeast . . . Attract to the University the South ' s best students, who often seek education outside the region, through Honors Programs . . . Create, expand and improve graduate programs from which faculty for other Alabama institutions may be drawn . . . Seek cooperative programs with other Alabama institutions to benefit each other by shar- ing libraries, faculty, computers, television, and the University Press, through a Center for Higher Education . . . Cooperate with state government agencies in joint planning to bring government and university resources to bear in improving life at all levels of societ}- . . . Broaden the horizons of learning and Alabama ' s link with the world through Interna- tional Programs particularly with Latin America . . . Create, as a model for the South, a Center for Urban Planning, to bring assistance to growing cities in anticipating and solving problems and in becoming safe and interesting places for living . . . Investigate the incredible potential of the state by creating a Center for Natural Re- sources . . . Hasten the completion of Centers for Developmental and Learning Disorders, particular- ly for mental retardation . . . Advance Marine Sciences research, particularly in its medical and food aspects, and . . . Continue the on-going commitment to efficiency and stewardship in handling tunds, time, and space. On the Huntsville campus, the University is encouraged in . . . Development of new major subject areas in the undergraduate programs . . . Establishment of a master ' s degree program in administrative science, to provide native leadership for business, industry and government . . . Expansion of research in engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, and space-re- lated sciences . . . 67 Establishment of doctoral programs in physical sciences and engineering . . . Expansion of the Research Institute in its close association with academic departments . . . New programs in counseling and guidance . . . Physical expansion to match the rapid growth of the Tennessee Valley region, and . . . Close ties to North Alabama through short courses, conferences and semmars for profes- sional groups. On the Birmingham campus, expanding from 16 to 64 city blocks, the University is challenged to provide . . . A Tumor and Cancer Clinic, as recently proposed . . . A Center for Continuing Health Education and Retraining . . . A Center for Research in Health Education and Communication . , , A School of Communir ' and Environmental Health . . . A School of Allied Health Sciences . . . A School of Optometry . . . Growth in the new College of General Studies in response to the educational demands of the largest urban center in the state . . . Close association in community and culmral planning with agencies of the Birmingham area . . . New programs in clinical medicine, health economics, training dental auxiliaries . . . Development of the Bureau of Research and Community Service . . . Implementation, in cooperation with the legislaaire, of the recommendations of the Booz, Allen and Hamilton report of medical education for Alabama, and . . . Expansion of the Medical College, the School of Dentistry, the School of Nursing, and the School of Health Services Administration to meet the health needs of the whole state. On the Tuscaloosa campus, the University has challenges for . . . Increased enrollment from 12,250 to 16,700 by 1973, a 229f increase in undergraduates and a 1 lO ' T increase m graduate students . . . The improvement of legal education through a regional law library of quality, through establishment of endowed chairs and professorships, through scholarships and loan pro- grams, and through provision of efficient physical facilities . . . Establishment of a two-year school of basic medical sciences . . . Creation of a regional School of Library Science, to help meet the nation ' s need for over 100,000 librarians... 68 In Home Economics, improvement ot teaching and researcli in textiles, consumer buy- ing, home management and nutrition . . . In Education and Home Economics, the advancement of the Child Development Cen- ter .. . In Education, advanced-level education for public school teachers, a program for studying innovation and experimentation in instruction methods, new doctoral programs in voca- tional rehabilitation, counseling, educational theory, and special education, master ' s pro- grams in public recreation and in adult and basic education, and an Educational Diagno- sis and Remediation Center . . . In Commerce and Business Administration, the establishment of a Graduate School of Business, the creation ot a Center for Economic Education to prepare economics teachers for secondary schools, a quantitative analysis program, banking and insurance programs for professional preparation, continuing education, and research, and strengthening of the Bureau ot Business Research in its attention to the state and regional economy . . . In Engineering, new doctoral programs in mineral and metallurgical engineering and in industrial engineering, upgrading of doctoral programs in civil, electrical, chemical and mechanical engineering and engineering mechanics, expansion with Birmingham of the bio-engineering program, a new foundry facility, and new classroom buildings for electrical, civil, and mechanical engineering . . . In the new School of Social Work, established last year by legislative act, increased mo- menmm and enrollments in bringing modern social work techniques to bear on graduate students entering into the service of Alabama and the region, increases in faculty and li- brary to speed accreditation; and undergraduate programs designed to attract students to this important tleld . . . In Graduate Studies, where enrollment has tripled in six years, scholarships for 120 stu- dents, aid for 500 teaching assistants, and substantial improvement in all graduate educa- tion in 50 master ' s programs and 35 doctoral programs . . . In Arts and Sciences, a new department of communications to improve thoroughly the vital fields ot journalism, broadcasting and film production, a new department of per- forming arts, significant steps in upgrading all studies in this college in handling over 60 % ot all Tuscaloosa undergraduate instruction, close attention to reducing faculty -snident ratios, and seven new instructional buildings . . . In Student Services, speedy completion of the new Health Sen. ' ices Building and the new Union Building, establishment of special-interest residence halls such as a Science Resi- dence Hall, development ot extracurricular life that will be an extension of classroom learning experience, and ever more personal attention for individual students . . . In Extension Services, construction of a Center for Continuing Education capable of han- dling the more than 40,000 people annually attending conferences and short courses on campus, increased development of continuing education programs for alumni, and in- creased resources for educational television. All these — at Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, or Huntsville, or shared among the three — are illustrations of the paths to the future, the commitment to tomorrow, and the obligation of today. They are part of a STATEMENT OF TRUST: RESPON- SIBLE, INTELLECTUAL DEDICATION TO EXCELLENCE. 69 ;% : ' Htn ■.w 1? ' " " ■ ib . ?1 ' t ' ' ' ' gitw ' W " 2S L,- 6 ' •=--§; S teA ' -?« - -J, .. ■ ' ■ • ' ■ ■- i Sw iit ' " f ' A «5SWm. S «5! ' ' .•ttv " S " 4j8 r Ti, -Sn . " IC » . Ji »r ,v«or,v " » W. Mf iSftj l GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA Albert P. Brewer BOARD OF TRUSTEES Samuel Earl Hobbs, Dr. Ernest Stone, Ehney A. Camp, Jr., John A. Caddell, Judge Daniel T. McCall, Dr. Frank Rose, Governor Albert P. Brewer, Ernest G. Williams, Thomas D. Russell, Judge Thomas S. Lawson, Winton M. Blount, Judge Evis F. Paul. 72 PRESIDENT OE THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA Dr. Frank A. Rose 73 Dr. F. David Mathews Executive Vice-President Luther C. Callahan Vice-President for Financial Affairs Larry T. Mc Gehee Executive Assistant to the President 74 Edison B. Allen Vice-President for Development Dr. C. T. Sharpton Vice President for Physical Phinning 75 Sarah L. Healey Associiite Dean of Student Development V Xf Jefferson J. Coleman Director of Alumni Affairs Dr. J. T. Sutton Executive Director for Institutional Analysis J. Rufus Bealle University Attorney Land Comnussioner J John L. Blackburn ' Dean for Student Development 77 School of Law The school of Law at the University of Alabama was formally opened in 1831. The curriculum has been revised several times and is currently undergoing expansion. Additions were made to Farrah Hall in 1949 and 1965, thereby providing a modern courtroom, office for an enlarging faculty, an additional library shelving for approximately 120,000 volumes, and space for stu- dent activities. The total enrollment is now 350 students. The Law Library, housed in Farrah Hall, is a professional library which serves the faculty and students of the School of Law along with other departments of the University interested in law-related studies, and the bench and bar of the state. The Law Library is a problem of great concern and is being substantially increased in size and depth by the Law School development program presently underway. The Law School does not prescribe any particular curriculum as a prerequisite. Persons with widely varying undergraduate educations come to law school and pursue successful careers in the legal profession. A college smdent preparing for entry into law school should, however, seek to obtain a broad cultural background. The Law School normally requires as a condition for admission that the applicant have successfully completed the following undergraduate work: English Composition, English or American Literamre, American History, Political Science, and Principles of Economics. The mission of the Law School is to prepare its students intellectually and ethically for the legal profession and for public service. All persons seeking admission to the Alabama Bar are required to pass the Alabama State Bar Examination, which is given twice annually, commencing on the fourth Tuesday ot February and on the fourth Tuesday of July each year. A student in the Law School is not eligible to take this examination; he must first receive his degree. 78 Daniel J. Meador, Dean Law School 79 The Graduate School consists of all the various school ' s programs tor advanced degrees in a widely diversified number of fields. Through its expanded programs, improvement of facilities and constant upgrading of its faculty, the University of Alabama ' s Graduate School continues to make an important contribution to the field of education and research. Graduate School 81 Douglas E. Jones, Dean Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences as its objective tries to prepare the student for life in the cultural setting in which he will practice his vocation or profession. To provide this kind of liberal education the College of Arts and Sciences offers opportunities to students in all divisions of the University and is constantly updating its curric- ulum. At present there are twelve special committees investigating the possibilities of progress in both the service and scholastic fields. Future plans under auspices include a new biology building and the expansion of the psychological, speech and hearing clinics. Spe- cial attention is being given to increase the number of visiting lecturers and to develop a program of seminars for high school groups interested in a liberal education. Students and faculty are in- volved with plans to bring the sciences into an overlapping struc- ture to promote student involvement and academic processes which will further expand the roll of the College of Arts and Sciences at the local, state and national levels. 82 l s ■Hi 5gBI!!» " ' i K " i » 83 84 v.., -- ' - t 85 - .if- Dr. Paul Garner, Dean Conimerce and Business Administration A 86 Commerce and Business Administration The School of Commerce and Business Administration is the first of its type in the South. Its purpose is to give its students a thorough, scientific, professional education, based not only on an understanding ot the principles and methods which govern the organization and administration ot business enterprises, but also upon appreciation and understanding of the problems and larger relationships ot our social -economic organization as a whole. To achieve these goals the School of Commerce has expanded significantly in the areas of research and public service as well as in the academic realm. The Marketing department and the U.S. Bureau ot Public Roads received national recognition for their highway impact study. Faculty members have been involved with personal research leading to published articles and manuscripts. To help in these developments and others the school received aid from the State Technical Services Act passed by the Federal Government this year. Plans are currently underway to create a graduate school of Business for participation in obtaining edu- cational degrees. The school has also expanded its affiliation to include the National University of South Korea and more than 100 countries ot the world. 87 88 89 90 Engineering The location of the Tuscaloosa campus in a mineral and in- dustrial district of Alabama is especially fortunate for engineering students. No engineering school has so readily accessible a greater variety of mining operations, mineral products, and metallurgical and manufacturing plants. The new curricula of the College of Engineering, which offers degrees in Aerospace, Chemical, civil. Electrical, Industrial, Me- chanical, Metallurgical, and Mineral Engineering, has vastly im- proved in recent years on the University of Alabama campus. The curricula is unique and flexible and allows students to keep up with the rapid changes of technology. Many significant changes have been made possible in large measure by a $600,000 devel- opment grant awarded the University by the National Science Foundation and the William Jones Foundation. National and world interest have been focused on Huntsville, Alabama, tor the part it has played in space research. Birmingham is a leading center of mineral associated industries and medical activities. Engineering instructional programs are available in both communities. Research facilities and related industries in these areas provide increasing opportunities for technical leader- ship on the part of the College of Engineering and engineering graduates. Dr. William Edward Lear, Dean Engineering 9 Engineering 92 Education The College ot Education has two main objectives; to prepare professional personnel for the public schools, and to serve other divisions of the University. The College ot Education is the most rapidly growing of the larger teacher institutions in the South. In five years Education increased 71% in enrollment. About 795 new teachers will finish their undergraduate studies in the field of Education in 1968-1969. Education has the largest graduate division of the University and ranks third in the South in the total number of graduate degrees granted. The college attracted over $1,700,000 of non University money in 1967-1968 to support its programs which have expanded to Columbia and Haiti. Student teachers are placed in Columbia and Mexico. Along with its physical expansions the College of Education has also improved its academic requirements and cur- riculum with new teaching methods, and advanced technology. Dr. Robert E. Bills, De n Education 93 ' nnmeto - ' ' f GE OF EDUCATION -LIBRARY ■i |li E3 Ss 94 r iii ■ 1 K — wt m 11 . H " 1 V ' ' B lr ' S SB " ' t l 95 Mary A. Crenshaw, Dciiii Home Economia Home Economics The objectives of the School of Home Economics are to stimulate personal and intellectual growth, to educate for the profession ot homemaking, and to prepare tor professional careers. In addition to these educational goals, the school is constantly serving the com- munity, the state, and the nation. With a full-time staff of research workers and a tully-equipped laboratory, the School of Home Economics provides research on problems relating to nutrition. In addition, graduate students and faculty members carry on research in the areas of textiles and clothing, home management and consumer economics, and human development. The Child Development Center houses an infant laboratory which is the first of its kind in the country. The faculty and the students are active in professional organi- zations at the local, state, and national levels. Graduates of the School of Home Economics are employed in business, social related occupations, education, research, and cooperative extension. 96 Home Economics 97 Dr. Howard B. Gundy, Dean School of Social Work . A ■P -. i P« ■{ i m ) 1 98 School of Social Work The School ot Social Work located on the Tuscaloosa campus was established in 1965. A feasibilit) ' study ol " the resources and the need for a School of Social Work in Alabama was conducted by the Council of Social Work Education. As a result ot the study and a well-coordinated campaign by a citizens committee of the National Associatfon of Social Workers, Alabama Chapter, a law was enacted by the Alabama Legislature in that year authorizing the University of Alabama to establish a graduate school of social work. The School ' s first Dean, Dr. Howard B. Gundy, DPA, was appointed in 1966. The first class of 29 students began our course of study in the Fall of 1967. A two-year program of class and field instruction is offered, leading to the master of social work degree. The curriculum of the School follows the curriculum policy recommendations of the Council of Social Work Education, the national accrediting agency, and provides a balanced, integrated approach that includes courses in the following areas: social welfare policy and services, human behavior and social environ- ment, methods of social work practice (casework, group tech- niques and community organization), social work research and administration. The School is housed in Little Hall, which is just east of the President ' s Mansion. The building has been renovated to fit the specific requirements of social work education and presently in- cludes an auditorium, classrooms, seminar rooms, research labora- tory, faculty offices, student lounge, and reading room. The establishment of the School of Social Work is seen as an extremely significant step in the direction of meeting the pro- fessional manpower needs in the field of social welfare in Alabama. W The University of Alabama Library System is comprised of the Main Library and five divisional libraries in Tuscaloosa, the Medical Center and College of General Studies libraries in Birmingham, and the University libraries in Huntsville and Montgomery. The Library System is currently involved with a multi-million expansion program. Destmed tor completion in late 1969 is a $2,700,000 addition to the Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library along with a 1,300,000 expansion of the Medical Center Library, and a 100,000 volume library to be incorporated into the new Instructional Resources Building in Birmingham. The first unit of a $4,000,000 library gradruplex in Huntsville is also under construction. The new addition to the Gorgas Library will double the capacity of the system on the main campus and is designed for the stu- dents ' convenience. The first floor will be devoted to under- graduate studies and will hold 75,000 books selected by the faculty. The second floor will serve in the graduate capacity and the third floor is being designed for special studies. Con- ference rooms and listening laboratories and a large class- room IS included in the plans. The capacity for special stock, maps, phonograph records, pamphlets, corporation reports, manuscripts and filmstrips is being increased and receiving special attention to provide the student with various and affective learning aids. 100 University Library System W. Stanley Hoole Librarian 101 Air Force ROTC Colonel Clark O. Thornton Professor of Aerospace Studies The Air Force ROTC is a University education program tliroiigh which selected students quahty for commissions and careers as Air Force officers. Each cadet is provided educational experiences designed to enhance his performance as an Air Force Officer. Instruction and seminars are conducted covering oral and written communication, leadership, management, the national space pro- gram, and the National Defense Establishment, among other sub- jects. In addition, cadets receive experience in positions ot leader- ship within the Cadet Wing. Their activities also include visits to surrounding Air Force bases, and participation in the Sabre Drill Team and the Arnold Air Society. All qualified senior cadets interested in becoming Air Force pilots participate in the Flight Instruction Program, which in- cludes ground school and 36 2 hours of flight training from civil- ian contractor near the college. The purpose ot this program is to determine interest and aptitude for further military flight training after commissioning. Upon successful completion ot the FIP, a cadet may quality to receive a private pilot ' s certitlcate. The first major change in the traditional ROTC college program in nearly 50 years occured with recent legislation which pro- vided for the addition ot the new two year Air Force program. A college freshman can still choose to enter the four-year Air Force ROTC program on most campuses, but now a young man who missed the first two years of Air Force ROTC for one reason or another may qualify for a commission through the new two- year program. 103 Army ROTC ' ... 104 The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps develops officers for the United States Army through education and training of col- lege men. The ROTC course of instruction is divided into two phases--The Basic Course and The Advanced Course. The Basic Course covers the freshman and sophomore years. Basic cadets are taught rifle marksmanship, military history, map reading, and the principles of leadership. While in the two year program a cadet may apply for a scholarship to cover his educational expenses. Those cadets who meet specific qualifications are selected for the Advanced Course. The Advanced Course includes the junior and senior years. During the last two years, the course of study con- centrates upon developing the cadets into capable leaders. On graduation Army ROTC advanced Cadets are commissioned in the U.S. Army Reserve. Despite the many favorable aspects, a service career is not always desired. Many prefer a civilian career in which past training and service as an officer provide qualities and abilities to insure op- pormnities for fijture success. A career in the Army, however, offers opportunities for advancement and benefits as well as selt-esteem and pride in serving this great country. Annual events of the Army ROTC program include the Military Ball, Governor ' s Day, and the University President ' s Day. The Military Ball is held during the spring semester and is traditional at the University. On Governor ' s Day the Governor of Alabama reviews the Corps and presents awards to outstanding cadets. On President ' s Day the Brigade of Cadets honor the President of the University of Alabama. Governor ' s and President ' s Day are joint activities with the Air Force ROTC Wing. Colonel John T. O ' Keefe Professor oj Military Science 105 The University of Alabama at Birmingham The College of General Studies marked its second anniversary as a four-year, degree-granting division of the University of Alabama in Birmingham on September 15, 1968. The past two years at the College have evidenced a period of rapid growth, evaluation, and continued planning. There have been years in which the College has established its identity in the urban community and through- out the state as an important University division with unique potential tor providing varied educational services for large num- bers of citizens. The College awards the degree of Bachelor of Arts with majors in English, history, mathematics, psychology, and anthropology and sociology. It awards the degree of Bachelor of Science with majors in accounting, business administration, biology, chemistry, eco- nomics, elementary education, mathematics, physics, psychology, medical technology, physical therapy, and radiological technol- ogy. The degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering is awarded upon completion ot a program operated jointly with the College of Engineering on the Tuscaloosa campus. Graduate programs now available enable students to meet all requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Engineering and to earn 2 1 semes- ter hours of credit toward graduate degrees in elementary and secondary education. Announcements regarding further graduate work are expected to be made in the near future. 4 Dr. Volker, Exei itire I ' ice President University of ALibjmci. Binniughatn 107 The College is located in the center of an area containing nearly three-fourths of a million people. Over 20 percent of the people of the state live within 25 miles ot the College, which is the only degree -granting public institution in this highly pdpulated area. The College is within convenient commuting distance of about 50,000 persons between the ages of 18 and 21 and of thousands of older persons who wish to continue their education on a part- time basis. The University of Alabama in Birmingham is now in fact a public urban university containing the College of General Studies, the Medical College, the Dental School, the School of Nursing, the School of Health Services Administration, and the University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics. While the health programs of the Medical Center will continue to grow in scope and strength, major expansion in the years ahead can also be expected in the arts, sciences, engineering, business, and teacher education, all of which come within the scope of the College ot General Studies. )08 CGS Student Newspaper Office: Shown in the office of KALEIDOSCOPE, stuJent newspaper at the College of General Studies, are editor Jim Palmer and members of his staff. The paper is published twice a month. Dr. George W. Campbell Dean College of General Studies i ' IVMtii u .ill nlj t.ir p.irkcd in front of mam CGS classroom buildmg, " 20 South 20th Street. Glen Nunnally, president of the Student Government Association of the College of General Studies, and Steve Barker, president of the recently organized College service organization. Alpha Phi Omega, vent their hostilities on demolishing an old car a 10c a blow. Proceeds from the rwo-day car demolition will benefit the organization ' s service projects. 109 The University of Alabama at Birmingham Dr. Clifton Meador, Dciiii Medical College As the southeastern medical center " at which research is pro- gressing the most rapidly, " according to an article published by the JOURNAL OF THE AiVIERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCI- ATION, the Medical Center has assumed a pioneering role in several programs of importance to the entire southeastern region. In recognition ot the superior investigative abilities and oppor- tunities available, several regional programs have been located at the Medical Center, including; The Cardiovascular Research and Training Center, one of five in the United States. In a broad, comprehensive effort, those scientific disciplines involved in research of the heart and blood vessel diseases are brought to bear on that group of diseases which are responsible for 50% of all deaths in the United States. The Myocardial Infarction Research Unit, one of five in the nation. Myocardial infarction — that area of the heart muscle which is either damaged or dead because of a re- duction in the blood supply to the area — is the most common cause of all heart attacks and the greatest mortality factor among heart disease victims. Scientists at the Medical Center are scrutinuing the causes and seeking ways to reduce these mortality statistics. The Institute ot Dental Research, one ot only five in the U.S. Researchers are charged with finding the causes of oral disease, the most prevalent of all diseases which strike man at one time or another during his lite. The Regional Center for Mixillofacial Prosthetic Treatment and Training, the fourth to be established in the nation and the only one located in the southeastern region. In addition to rendering patient treatment which consists of the artitlcial reconstruction ot tacial detormities, significant contributions are made to " materials " research. Under study are the " materials " utilized to make prosthetic devices, such as artiticial skin. The Regional Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, one of 11 at U.S. medical centers. Not only is rehabili- tative research conducted here but also a superior physical medicine and rehabilitation curriculum is offered to med- ical students. 110 i-S 111 Dr. Richard Hill, Jr. Vice-President of Health Affairs 112 The University of Alabama Ti at Birmingham The 15 square -block otthe UAB —the Medical Center and the Col- legeot General Studies — are almost filled with buildings and new construction. In the near future, the campus will be expanded to a 60 block urban university — home of a major collegiate education program and one of the nation ' s foremost medical centers. Alabama ' s major efforts in health science education, research and patient care are centered at the Medical Center. It is the only insti- tution in the state providing education and training m so large a spectrum ol the health sciences, and as such, is chared with the task ot providing the vast majority of Alabama ' s health manpower. Ap- proximately 1,500 students are now trainmg at the Center, in med- icine, dentistry, nursing, health services administration, other grad- uate areas of the health sciences and in allied health professions. At present over 200,000 gross square feet of space is allocated for Re- search endeavors in these areas of study. Construction of a new Basic Science Building, Medical Center Li- brary and School of Nursing teaching facility began in August. These new facilities, being built at a total cost of over S18 million, will provide the additional space necessary to expand enrollment in the Medical College of Alabama, the University of Alabama School of Dentistry and the University of Alabama School of Nursing. -»«« ' «««« 113 Florence Hixson, Dcjii School of Nursing •„ I Dr. Charles A. Mc Galium, Dean School of Dentistry 115 The University of Alabama at Huntsville 1967-68, period filled with significant " firsts " , saw the first UAH senior class and the first recipients of bachelor ' s degrees. Ninty- six undergraduate and 3 graduate students were recognized in a Cap and Gown Ceremony in May. Degree programs in mathe- matics, physics, and engineering at the master ' s level have been available since 1963. Prior to 1968, 56 students have been awarded the master ' s degree. 117 University of Alabama at Huntsville Dr. Werhner Von Braun, Director Nationdl Aeronanliis Space AdDiiiiistration University programs sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration have made major contribtitions to the aeronautics and space program. Research sponsored through uni- versity programs has generated new concepts, new technology, and unique facilities for further education and research. As a result, over 50 percent ot all experiments flown on NASA satellites have been generated within universities. Universities have awarded at least 500 graduate degrees and provided con- tinuing educational opportunities to thousands through the NASA employee graduate training programs. University consultants have given policy, scientific, and engi- neering advice to NASA at all levels. One of the most important objectives in the space program is to obtain the expertise ot the university community in carrying out aeronautics and space goals of NASA and the nation. The University of Alabama has been a major contributor to the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville in the form of man- power, academic cooperation on space research and experiments, scientific views on future missions and objectives and the selection of space technology for industrial application. About 12 percent of the 6,000 employee Marshall Center work force are graduates of the University of Alabama. Nearly 80 employees received degrees while employed in the space pro- gram, including 38 advanced degrees. University of Alabama graduates can also be found at other NASA Centers and the NASA Headquarters. During 1968, 124 Marshall Center employees were enrolled in 36 different evening classes while employed full time. Twenty four University undergraduates worked part time and records show that 70 to 80 percent will remain employed upon graduation. University of Alabama graduates are working on projects ranging from the giant 363 foot tall Apollo Saturn V rocket that can reach the vicinity of any planet in the solar system to lunar roving vehicles and other space related experiments. 118 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration ranks the University of Alabama among the top 100 educational and non- profit institutions across the United States in terms ot net value of direct awards. The Marshall Center currently has 19 grants and research contracts in force with the University ot Alabama to- tahng 53,183,380. The University of Alabama and the Marshall Space Flight Center cooperate in various seminars relating to such advanced concepts and applications as flat cable technology, non-destructive testing techniques and automated remote hospital monitoring systems that handle up to 6-4 patients simultaneously. Grants and research projects include the study ot gyroscope stability, measurement of earth tremors relating to large rocket tlrings, studies of cold welding in ultra high vacuums, cesium distribution in porous tungsten, study and analysis ot various telemetry systems for large rockets, investigations ot impact characteristics on non-metallic materials, temperature control ot space experiments and deployment of spacecraft appendages, advanced electrochemical technology and general research in aerospace physical sciences. Paralleling the Marshall Center, many aerospace industries have located in Northeast Alabama and numerous University ot Ala- bama graduates are performing supporting space exploration roles there. Throughout the history of education it has been shown countless times that centers ot productivity cluster around great univer- sities and are richly nurtured in the cultural and technical atmos- phere. So it is that the University of Alabama has provided tor our area a bountiful share of industry and progress. Wernher von Braun t .i- fi,i5 5 119 r Both the science-engineering building and the library will be completed in time for the 1969 fall term. The 70,000 square toot science-engineering building will provide laboratory space tor engineering, biology, physics, and chemistry, plus space for classrooms and offices. The -i2,000 square foot library will house 70,000 volumes and seat 460 students. According to present plans the entire complex, when completed in 19 " ' 7, will contain more than 130,000 square feet with housing for more than .iOO,000 volumes. % 120 University of Alabama at Huntsville The rwo-story, 17,000 square foot student union, to be completed during the spring of 1969, will contain a snack bar and hot food service, room for dining, space for various recreational activities including intramural sports, a bookstore, meeting rooms, SGA and student newspaper offices. A terrace extending from the building into a partially wooded area, space for receptions, lectures, exhibits, and men and women ' s shower rooms have also been included. Univers ity of Alabama at Huntsville Four new bachelor degree programs have been approved and implemented during 1968. They are psychology, chemistry, bi- ology, and economics. Graduate courses in administrative science have also been added to the curriculum this year. UAH now offers bachelor degrees in eight areas of concentration and masters degrees in three. 122 Among new laboratory equipment and accessories installed at UAH during the year, is a fully audio-active language laboratory. Students are able now to go through audio-lingual practice paces by merely pushing a few buttons. The new lab consists of 24 semi -soundproof booths and a central control console. Each booth is equipped with dual track tape recorder, ear- phones and microphone. The master console, which is operated by a monitor language instructor, is equipped with four tape recorders and two phonographs. This will allow the monitor to transmit to a room full ot students six different language lessons at the same time to any combination to the 2-4 booths. 123 This shot, taken during registration tor winter term 1967- 196S, and similar shots are a thing of the past at UAH. Since March, 1968, the halls have been virtually ghostlike during registration. An early registration program instituted during the spring and since then completely computerized has allowed the student to accomplish the odious task of course scheduling and payment ot fees by mail. The days are gone forever when the student stood for hours in long lines to sign up for the impending term. 124 University of Alabama at Huntsville The number of student organizations and participation in intramural and SGA activities liave increased greatly durmg the year. Two service organizations, one for men and one for women, were organized during 1968. The Circle K, sponsored by the Huntsville Kiwanis, and Gamma Sigma Sigma, an affiliate of a national sorority, have initiated projects benefitting both the campus and the community. Intramural activities included flag football, basketball, baseball, tennis, chess, and bridge. Flag football received a response large enough to form 10 teams. Games have been scheduled for the first time against teams from other colleges in the state — including UAT. Forty stu- dents entered the tall chess tournament. A new engineering club, begun during the spring ot 1968, has an active 58-student membership. The Pre- Law Society and Physics Club was organized also during 1967-1968. An institutional self study program was initiated during 1968 in anticipation of a review by the Southern Asso- ciation of Colleges and Schools. UAH, a strong believer in student participation in institutional planning, in- vited students to serve on all the self-study committees. Students so serving have been accorded the same privi- leges, voting rights and responsibilities as those com- mittee members belong to the faculty and administration. Forry-four students have been appointed to 24 com- mittees. 125 Experimental College .. fiie new Alabama Experimental College opened its doors for the ■ ' ' ftst time on the University of Alabama campus this past year with an enrollment of over 500 participants. The Experimental College is a relatively new concept in American higher education. In the " College " , it is the students themselves who initiate the curriculum, meeting in small groups centered around certain topics, issues, or areas ot interest. There are no tests, no grades, no lectures, a.nd no credit offered. But, the College does offer the student the chance to explore those issues and topics w Inch e.himseif finds most meaningful. kOn the other haBjIvthe Experimeiatal College offers a challenge and [an alternative to- today ' s system of higher education. The concept upon which the Experimental College rests is one winch assumes that today ' s snidenr is mature enough- ' itf-take on the responsibility for his own education and that only he can decide what is rc ' levant to his educational experience. Thus, the students themselves initiate and plan their own courses within a free and rel;Lxed environment which is conducive to dialogue between all of the participants, something not attainable in the regular classroom situation. The Experimental College has become a working model in Educa- tional Reform— a raQdel in which the students can make their ed- ucation relevant to today ' s world, a model in which students not onh learn tacts and figures, but also develop themselves as pep; through free ,uid open dialogue with other students. Th hew Alab.un.i Experimental College is painting in the direfc tion that higher education willjiave to travel if it is to he effective ft witB today ' s fedent. With tiiisi premise, ' die " Board of Directors, Chip Letson, Mike O ' Brannon, Bailey Thompson, Tom Carravvay, and its Chairman. Bill Moody have worked closely with its distin- guished Board of Advisors including Dean John Blackburn. Dean Paul Garner, Tom McLeod. Dr. James Salem, and Dr. Gerald Firth. Together they have scheduled many interesting courses of study ranging from deep and complex topics concerning the world .ind its problems to the unknown realm of Black Magic- Comersations on the Necessities of a Totalitarian State and the Strains of a ' Free Society ' have centered around the techniques and methods used to control themass societies of today. Dr Keever hiis led a group in an attempt to understand the great ferment and crea tivin- in contemporary theology an iis quest for meaning. A Semi ' nar on Drugs, Ail Experietice in Se iAwareness, and the Problems in Higher Education are topics which have been explored by the new E-vperimentai College along with discussions on the pending problems in Vietnam headed by Dr. Victor Gibbean, and the philosophical aspects of ' Western Culture headed by Dr. McMinn. Dr. McElroy and Dr. Joe Bettis lead discussions on various current issues of concern to the students. .■ t3 %yar . . Students led discussion groups include such topics a the Black Arts, Femininit) ' , Photography, Contemporary Art, Guierilta Warfare Tactics, and Revolution. Ail groups are experimenting with main- taining a mutual learning experience for those who are interested in becoming more. ' involved students and citizens During Dr. Frank A. Rose ' s tenure as President, the University of Alabama wit- nessed a phenominal period of growth. In his eleven years as President the en- rollment jumped from 12,250 to 21,000. His first year as President in 1958, the budget was S16 million. In 1969, the budget was $93 million. Outside finan- cial support climbed from SI.. 3 5 million to S.V1 million for last year. Assets in 1958 were S50.6 million as compared to last year ' s S175.2 million. During his ten- ure, the University of Alabama estab- lished campuses at Birmingham and HuntsviUe. But the figures are just half the story. The other half is the man. Dispite his exten- sive work for the University and his in- volvement in National affairs, Dr. Rose never lost touch with the individual stu- dent and his campus. He leaves behind a legacy of completed work and well de- signed foundations for future growth at the U. of A. 128 During the halt ' time festivities of the Alabama — Vanderbilt game, the University inaugurated a new Capstone tradition, the Pat Tram- mel! Award, named for Alabama Ail-American, Dr. Pat Trammell. The award was set up to honor " that former Crimson Tide football player for actions on the field, in the classroom, and in life, that have brought credit to the U .iversity. The first recipient of the award was its namesake, Pat Trammell. Governor Albert Brewer presented the plaque to Trammell. Shortly after receiving the honor, while still in his twenties, Pat Trammell died of terminal cancer. Colonel Carlton K. Butler has been a tradition at the University of Alabama for decades. Through his faithful devotion as director of the Million Dollar Band he created a legend all his own. Upon his retirement his presence will be missed. 129 ' ■y t,J " .» . ..« ■3 ' , V t ' z . .. ' _. ji ' - . : fi . ( _ js y 5 -: -;« a. fff t: ' : ' ■av feiSfcj feav=:.:a ' :. iLi.taiiiMiia!a«gsatt- .a -v« » ' !W » ' S ' : ' - ■• ' tfiiiiiiai SiiiiJftiliiiiMi :-i--X..XJ: f » -. -M ' .i - " ft in iTi iP : f« k TUDENT 5ii£. .j V t liiligBi ' amMiimii - :.;s.i » ir - sa S?u " ,ii8 5Ji sSfet ii ■■: , Homecoming 1968 Humctuniini; Coniniiitcc 132 m- ■ X■- ;.■ ■ ' ■ ' ' .-■ ' • ' Pi . r;! ' ;, •■ ,■;■ ,V ' i ' ■ - ■ L, • vvf " : ;S l ' ' 7 -■■■■ ' § r. ' :. ' . -Jj S«? 3 s Mhr M Wm m m l :- 0M ' ? iS . " 111 • ' ,1 vJ- - : V ' . Bama Day 3 ut ' iAii ' :! ' J P f » I ; • " . if " 136 137 . " ; " ' ;- ' a:ii- ' .,wc;t« ffl? Sigma Chi Derby I . ,ffhn (. ' " i 1 . i i - - ill ' Mr f w m ii 1 ' A i 1 1 - i j m mmm hi Cheerleaders The University of Alabama Cheerleaders are an important part of campus spirit. They are well known throughout the Southeast for their tumbling stunts. Traveling to all football games and cheering at basketball games for " Bama " is their way of helping the Tide RoUl They are Jerry Pilgram (Mobile), Kathy Kenney (Pensacola), Deb- bie Thomas (Birmingham), Dany Smith (Montgomery ), Cynthia Williams (Wetumpka), Steve Shockley (Weisbaden, Germany), Claudia Robinson (New Orleans), Steve Blaisdell (Veto Beach, Florida). 140 Jcrrj ' Pilgrim, Ht id Cathy Kenny Steve Shockley Cynthia W ' llhams Dany Smith Debhie Thomas Steve Blaisdeil Claudia Robinson m ■ .r; . - ' - «a«- v- i .m iimK ::, : ' : 142 The University of Alabama Million Dollar Band kept up its fine tradition this year with difficult precision marching and an agenda of music ranging from the most popular tunes to the greatest favorites of all time. On nation-wide television. Col. Butler showed the world his trademark of excellence which has become standard in his tenure at the University. With his vast recruiting, almost comparable to that of Coach Bryant, Col. Butler has built the Million Dollar Band to an enor- mous 170 piece band with most ot the mem- bers in the brass and percussion sections. Each year a large percentage ot the best bandsmen in the state come to the Univer- sity to become a part of this great organi- zation. After football season, the band settles down to the duties of providing music for the home basketball games and preparing for its concert season. In concert, the Million Dol- lar Band is untouchable in its presentation of music. The Million Dollar Band is truly an irreplaceable part of the University of Alabama. Million Dollar Band 143 144 THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA REVIEW MOUND BURIAL, A NEW STORY BY LEE SMITH, AUTHOR OF THE LAST DAY THE DOGBUSHES BLOOMED MEMOIRS OF PARIS DAYS WITH THE F. SCOTT FITZGERALDS AND ERNEST HEMINGWAY, BY SARA MAYFIELD, AUTHOR OF THE CONSTANT CIRCLE PLUS- THE MAP TO HEAVEN, A SHORT STORY BY CAROLYNNE SCOTT AND— THE WORK OF FOUR UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA POETS: DANIEL THORNTON, JAMES McGUIRE, MARY ANNE NUNLEY, CONNIE HOLT JONES FALL, 1968 o M E Howell Raines Editor James McGuire Associate Editors A. Nickey Lewis Roy Underwood Emerson R. Loomis Faculty Advisers Eugene L. Williamson VOL. VII NO. 1 Comment Magazine is published by the students o( the University of Alabama. Copyright 1968 by Comment Magaiine. All rights reserved. All manuscripts should be addressed to: Comment Magnzine, Box 6225, University. Alabama 3M86. The return of onsohcited manu- scripts cannot be guaranteed unless accompanied by relurn postage. 145 Directions: erican Society :he Crossroads Emphasis ' 68 Robert F. Kennedy John Glenn The following members of the 1968 Emphasis Committee, Redding Pitt, Ken Rogers, Don Sweeney, Eddie Friend, Mike Withers, Lynne Epsman, Heather Strait, Sondra Nesmith, Johnny Johnson, Bob Mitchell, Clem Sugarman, Ed Still, Dag Rowe, and Terry Taylor, would like to dedicate all their hard work, effort and excellent Symposium to one of their faculty advisors. Dr. Bernard Cosman. Dr. Cosman passed away about two months before the 1968 Em- phasis began, but they all know it could not have succeeded without his inspiring guidance. Dr. Cosman and the committee all realized that the quest for insight into one ' s own era is never easy. Yet this is a task today ' s youth can ill afford to shirk. America stands today at the Crossroads — we are uncertain of what lies ahead. The purpose of Emphasis was to dis- cern and analyze the directions in which various ideas and move- ments are propelling American Society. Perhaps the spirit and chal- lenge of Emphasis ' 68 are best captured in the onlooking word of the late President Kennedy: " It is the fate of this generation to live with a struggle we did not start in a world we did not make. But the pressures of life are not always distributed by choice. And while no nation has ever faced such a challenge, no nation has ever been so ready to seize the burden and the glory of freedom. " 146 I Edward Schwartz " The Student in Americas Future John Kenneth Galbraith " The Impact oi ' Vietnam on American Lite " Roy Wilkins ■Race Relations at the Crossroads 147 Ferenc Nagy " America and the Future ot East Central Europe ' Emphasis ' 68 Charles Weltner " The Southerner at the Crossroads " " - " " ' —■ ' VM 5 i- ? ■t J f i ) 148 Strom Thurmond John Kenneth Galbraith " The Impact ot Vietnam on American Life " Melvin Belli " The Law ' s New Challenge in a Changing Society 149 ■» Emphasis ' 68 .fg " ' Melvin Belli " The Law ' s New Challenge in a Changing Society ' Russell Kirk " American Conservatives in the Middle ot the Journey " 150 Concert-Lecture Series Bezet ' s " Carmen ' , the finest product of French lyric theatre, is also the most popular French Opera in modern history. In the United States, it has now surpassed every other opera in the num- ber of productions. " Carmen " was presented on campus by Gol- dovsky Grand Opera Theatre under the artistic direction of Bor- is Goldovsky. 151 On its first United States tour, the Orchestre de Paris, under the auspices of the French Government, preformed at the University before a crowd of thousands. The orchestra is scheduled to tour the Soviet Union, Japan and Mexico later on its tour. The Music Direc- tor, Charles Munch, was nominated unanimously by the French General Assembly which is responsible for creation ot the Orchestre de Paris. The first assistant, Serge Baudo, has conducted orchestras throughout Europe, Israel and the Soviet Union. Also presented was Jean Martinon, guest conductor. 152 Concert-Lecture Series The Paul Winter Contemporary Consort has developed an expressive st) ' le in a varied repertoire from blues to native music from other lands. During this college tour, campus crit- ics acclaimed this new sound as exceptional, outstanding and unique, as well as highly entertaining. The jazz sextet won the 1961 Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and toured Latin Amer- ica for the State Department. Upon return Winter was in- vited by President and Mrs. Kennedy to present the first Jazz Concert at the White House. The group is now attempting to establish a universal folk music. . The Paul Winter Contemporary Consort u V " ) . v ' ♦i. I I The American Ballet Theatre presented a modern ballet with an American folklore theme — " Billy the Kidd " , as the fifth attraction in the University Concert-Lecture Series. The company, under the direction of Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith has received world wide acclaim and has been selected as the official ballet company ot the John F. Kennedy Center for the performing arts, now under con- struction at Washington, D.C. American iallet theatre " A GREAT NATIONAL INSTITUTION -ONE OF THE WORLD ' S LEADING BALLET COMPANIES. " — CInt Barus, New Varfc Tmis " ONE OF THE TRULY GREAT BALLET COMPANIES OF THIS OR ANY AGE. " ;m 154 Concert Lecture Young Uck Kim appeared with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic on national television and received the acclaim ot " " greatness " which served to introduce Young Uck ' s unique talent to the world. The Korean violinist, under the management of Judson O ' Neill Beall and Steinway, In c. was brought to the Universit) ' as part of the U.A. Concert- Lecture Series. 155 Concert Lecture Series " Fiddler on the Roof " , winner of 10 Tony Awards, was presented as an attraction of the Concert-Lecture Series at the University under the direction and choreography of Jerome Robbins. " Fiddler on the Roof " was honored as Best Musical, winning the New York Drama Critics Award. «AWLP PRiNCt ITddlGronflieRpof (A l hyi£di Talent (2cc c ff 7 u4ia£ Based on Sholom -Aleichem ' s stories s . JOSEPH STIIN - JERRY BOCK ... -SHELDON H RNlCK BEST MUSICAL J€R0ME ROBBINS Scttjngs by CosCumes t?y Lghtng by BOWSARONSON PATKlQA ZIPPROOT JEAN ROSEMIHW. Ongioal 8r(Mdw»yGBt Album Reoonfcd by RCA Victor 8y Speoal Permiision of AmoW ftrl Amerian Airlines, Oflfrcial Airlines of Wationa Touring Gmpany Tour Management Theater Now, Inc. Tour Diretrtion. American 7 )eatre Productions, Inc. 156 Festival of Arts Committee Art Buchwald 157 James Dickey 158 Festival of Arts Miguel Rubio Festival of Arts Sergio Mendes 160 The University Theatre Under the skillful guidance ot Dr. Marion Callaway, director; Dr. Allen Bates, associate director; and John Ross, designer; the Un- iversity Theatre each year presents four major productions. This year the University Opera and an Evening ot " Dance were also in- cluded on the season ticket. This season the University Theatre opened with " The Subject Was Roses, " Frank Gilroy ' s Pulitzer Prize winning drama. The second production was the world premiere ot " The House Within the House Within " by Dr. Joseph Baldwin. Samuel Becker ' s " Act Without Words " was presented as a curtain raiser. These were Un- iversity Theatre ' s entries to the National College Theatre Festival. The winter production was Tennessee Williams ' beloved " The Glass Menagerie. " Closing the season was the hilarious musical comedy, " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum " The University Theatre 162 Cotillion Club The Cotillion Club ' s purpose is to bring to the campus popular entertain- ment for the enjoyment of the student body. The Cotillion Club is made up entirely of students from different fraternities, sororities, and dorms. This year, the theme of the season was " variety " . Martha Reeves and the Vandel- las began the year with their famous Motown Sounds from Detroit, Michi- gan. In February, Johnny Cash performed for a large crowd of country and western fans. In March the psychedelic rock sound of the Vanilla Fudge performed for the students. Last spring shows included Sam and Dave and the Platters. The Cotillion Club also worked jointly with the Homecoming Committee and the Alabama Union on the Andy Williams-Rogers Show, and the Ser- gio Mendes show with the Festival of Arts. 164 The Platters 165 Sam anJ Dave 166 Martha and the Vandellas 167 Johnny Cash Review 168 Eddie Floyd The Vanilla Fudge 169 Student Government Association A philosophical clash has developed within the S.G.A. One view, more traditional is that the role of S.G.A. is to be con- fined to student services. Another view, more recent, states that S.G.A. should assume a role of leadership and innovation not only with regard to the campus but also with regard to the community and the state. It seems that the S.G.A. must continue to render services to the student. The student activity fees are currently used to under- write free admission to certain athletic events, Concert-Lec- ture, Emphasis, and Festival of Arts to name a few. It is incon- ceivable that these worthwhile programs could be discontinued. They are too deeply engendered in Universiry lite. Services will always be the element of S.G.A. which most closely touches the average student. On the other hand those who feel S.G.A. should assume a more active role cannot be ignored. They are no less a student for holding a less popular view. The impetus for the Tutorial sys- tems program and the Experimental College came from the activists. Their value will be decided in the future. This does raise a question. Is S.G.A. to be exclusively a ser- vice organization or is service to be combined with activism, and if so, to what extent. ' ' This conflict has been the core of the liberal-conservative antagonism so visible in the legislature this year. Much confusion and many unkind words have been the result. It seems that the dispute will not be settled in the near future. Certainly both the service and the activist concept of S.G.A. can be logically justified. They are in a sense oppo- sites and perhaps all we can hope for is that the best elements of both will be synthesized and a balanced S.G.A. consisting of services and responsible activism can emerge and be improved upon. Joe Espy, President 170 Paul Clark. Vice-Preiident Newman StrawbriJge, Secretary-Treasure 171 John Godsey Executive Assistant Harold Painter Executive Assistant Jim Martin Executive Assistant 172 Cathy Johnson Secretary Mary Gumprecht Secretary Christy Ballard Secretary Executive Cabinet: (Topi Paul Clark, left to right Joe Espy, Mary Jane Hill, Jim Ray, Jerrianne Hammock, Arthur Bnskman. 173 S.G.A. House Row one, left to right: Suzanne Carter, Sarah Stewart, Patty Duke, J. R. Brooks, Richard Dorman, Cathy Johnson, Kathy Madison, Becky Reed, Brenda Rogers, JoAnne Howington. Row two: Dicky Winstead, Wayne Williams. John Harrison, Glenn Tubbs, Don James, Jim Ziegler, Lamar Garden, Steve Suits, Bob McMasters, Tony Davis, Steve Goldner, Larry Voit, Larry Aucrbath. 174 S.G.A. Senate Row one, left to right: Anr e Moeling, Kathy Kenney, Mary Ann Herbert, Paul Clark, Cathy Johnson, Harriet Bost.ck. Row two: Warren Herlong Larry Robmson, Charles Lackhart, J.mmy H.ghtower, Henry Sp.vey. Lee Warren, George Faulk, M.ke W.li.ams, Steve Burger, Lee Mier. George Culver, Richard Sullivan. 175 1969 Corolla It was another year for the COROLLA ... the 77th to be exact. It was a year of problems ... a year in which a sec- tion editor had a nervous breakdown three days before the first deadline, and of course the deadline wasn ' t met. But with work, and sweat and late hours, we made up for it . . . made up for it during Thanksgiving, Christmas, semester break and many Friday nights. But our efforts weren ' t fruit- less, for the COROLLA was finished February 21st, the earliest that can ever be remembered . . . But all in all, it was a good year . . . and to us, the best of years because we completed a job and were pleased with it. Even though our grades suffered and there were personality conflicts among us, we got our job done and learned a hell-ot-a-lot in doing it — not about publications so much as we did about people and about life. This was our reward and the damn best one we could have, too! George Culver Editor 176 Sarah Coker Managing Editor Adelaide Kilgrow Copy Editor Kf y i K HP : fk ' i - - gJ- « al. 1 Arthur Bristman RciL ' urih A M liinl Tommy Cash Layout Editor Rosemary Lollar Office iWiiHiigcr 177 Ann Jobson Luyiiiil Sliiff Joe Haynes Ai Slit ant Office Manager Gayle Gordon, Kathy Johnson, Diane McDuff Class Editors Judy Cain Organization Editor Susan Reed i not pictured — Peg Haywood) Greek Editor Pat Farb Feature Edito 178 Mary Morris and Cheryl Carpenter Acailemia Editors Ginger Wallace Student Lije Edito Kathy Madison Student Lt e Editor Randal Ayers and Charles Perry Sports Editors Linda Schnell Orga?i!zatton Editor ■nM Eli Capilouto Student Life Assistant 179 David Swindell Advisor Shelia Gibson Typist Terry Taylor Contributing Editor Terry Lamar Contributing Editor Jan Ward Index Editor Fletcher Thornton Contributing Editor Gray Thornworth Exchange Editor 180 Mick MacMuUen Business Manager Tommy Barber Advertising Sonny Richards Advertising Manager Ellen Campbell Publicity Bob Sizemore Distribution 181 Dana Becham Editor Sharon Swindell RvpurUr Let us dare to rend, think, speak and write . . . reads the motto ot " the Exponent, newly formed student newspaper at the University of Ah- bama, Huntsville branch. The Crimson-White, the Exponent ' s sister paper, this year became more aware that the vintage motto is the purpose of not only a newspaper, but also our generation. We were there at the Phillips-Bains arrests, the Haight Hut arrests, the concerned students evolvement, the Festival of Arts, Emphasis, the campus elections. Crimson-White 68-69 has taken another step close to the dare. We have made progress through the student involvement rising on granddaddy Capstone. Campus issues were brought to the forefront well by the Un- iversity ' s oldest newspaper. Dan Meissner Staff Photographer Circulation Manager 182 on WUU Stanley Solomons Political Affairs Editor Yvonne Sahba Women ' s Editor Bryan Findley Layout Editor 183 Amelia Sherman Stiiff Writer Ed Still Managing Editor 184 Bill Kilgore Cfipy Eililor Donna Bible Ciinipiii AJJiiirs Editor Rick Young Sports Editor DoffTillson Staff Writer 185 Mike Feeney Business Manager Bill Gotthell National Advertising Manager Grits Morris Local Advertising Manager Naomi Smith Secretary 186 C3P oiiq Cloi Qjwii Born of a need, nursed by sweat, and ex- peccant of a vigorous future. Capstone Colutnus is a unique feature on our cam- pus. Created out of a dream, that a newspaper should serve a community and not the de- sires of special interest groups. Capstone Columns is made up of dedicated, unsal- aried men and women who believe that a newspaper can be objective, can be respon- sible, and can be honest. One of the favorite features has been Un- iversit) ' Dialogue " , established to make students more aware of the divergent thoughts at work, within our community and in our world. Interviewers have ranged from Imperial Klan Wizzard, Robert Shel- ton, to SDS leader, Paul Scribner, all with the goal to present both sides of an issue, not just one side. Peter Von Reichbeaur Editor James Walton ExeculiPL ' Eililiir t_5 l ibc ' c uyorkSi ncs «wwnn! — . , Bill Partridge Neu ' s Editor John Nolen Sport) Editor Ellen Barnes Women ' s Editor 188 Suzanne Richards A iivertisifi A [titta er Phillip DeVoie, Richard Waters CircuLitioii Managers Bobby Roden Business Manager 189 The all new, improved Farrago The magazine with something for everybody! tTOONS, UMOR, ATIRE, P h " i l X I li msTJirr JWIilil llillil vE d itorl Tb mt(g fniwa lll Wip| l soc i a teiEdjto Charles fclliott f . j t UBusT ness M anagefj Ma fflray nineyiiil " lip ! ? " Lav outiEd icor Katn j aus c ., __ _ Bo Bas i B " Photographerr Associated Women Students The major thrust of the 1969 Associated Women Students was towards widespread conven- tions or contemporary issues of concern to educated women. Such issues as academic freedom and responsibility, the influence of the student press, women in politics, institutional and personal racism and the unique pressures of being female in a " man ' s world " were discussed in workshops, special seminars, and presentations. The controversies over meal contracts, living rules, speaker invitations, and the successor to Dr. Rose were approached rationally in the House of Representatives. Other trends in AWS include a relaxing of livmg rules accompanied with more individual responsibility, increased cooperation with SGA, and increased sensitivity of the social pres- sures of today. Alabama was elected to host the 1969 National Convention of Inter-Collegiate Associated Women Students. This conference of over 1,000 women student leaders was organized almost entirely by local students. It was tremendously successful m presenting a colorful spectrum of slants on such vital issues as " education for a new world " , " female involvement in a human community " , " institutional racism " , and " the student community. " This converging of per- sonalities talents, energy and expertise ignited a really dynamic event on our campus. Jerrianne Hammock President 191 a A.W.S. Board Directors Treasurer — Jane Hardesty Secretary — Mary Lou Hampshire 1st Vice-President — Lois Cobb President — Jerrianne Hammock 2nd Vice-President — Elaine Sills Elaine Sills Mary Lou Hampshire- Jane Hardesty Lois Cobb 192 Judiciary Council — Row one: Mary Morris, Elaine Sills, Judy Cain. Row two: Patsy Haughton, Anna Blackmarr, Margaret Tate, Susan Whaley, Tern Silverstein. AWS Board of Directors — Row one: Jerrianne Hammock, Jane Hardesty, Martha Dawson, Judy Brown, Margie Law- son. Row two: Mary Lou Hampshire, Bert EUitt, Barbara Maxwell, Ellen Barnes. Row three: Lois Cobb, Elaine Sills, Laura Butler, Beth Pollard, Sally Shugart, Jill Harris, Brenda Rogers. 193 A.W.S. House of Representatives 194 - Alabama Union James Beckham Union Director The Alabama Union is the community center of the Universirj- of Alabama for all the members of the col- lege family — students, facult) ' , administration, aiumni, guests, and the Tuscaloosa community. It is not just a building; it is also an organization and a program. To- gether they represent a well-considered plan for the community life of the University. The Union plans programs to satisfy the educational, cultural, recreation- al and social needs of each member of the University community. Beginning next year the Alabama Union will be called the Alabama University Center in prep- aration for moving into the new building by fall of 1970. Alabama Union Program Council: Barhar.i M.ixwell, Cecelia Hale, Gary Towlinson, Moses Jones, Bart Sacher, Georgia Baughman, James Beckfiam, Stan ley Solomons, Tom Canterbur ' , ( not pictured i Andy McMafian, Ottie Akers. Jane Durham. Hugh Windlc. Linda Grimes. Ann Moeling. 195 Alabama Union 1 P New Christy Minstrels H 9 VH H H B a B Lj l H|H i ffi n ■ 7 TK PV IPr m ' JT H V i VvV ' m ll Hf l Hj HBL 1 ■ «k m HIr -. I E E . T H E ' Mai Bn- i:: ' ' - H Hi H Ht ■ £9 Hi 196 Sergio Mendes and Brasil ' 66 m mm 1 ,11 « : H 7 •■ 197 Inter-Fraternity Council The Inter-fraternity Council of the University of Alabama is the governing body of the twenty -seven social fraternities on campus. Under its present constitution it is divided into three divisions, the legislative, the executive and the judiciary. The legislative branch is the council itself which is composed of each fraternity president and an additional IFC Represen- tative from each chapter. The executive branch is composed of the officers, president, vice-president, secretary and treasur- er, and the standing committee chairman. Our judiciary is made up of five justices, four associates and one chief justice. There are four goals which the Interfraterniry Council works toward. First, to encourage participation among members of the individual fraternities to raise the standards of the en- tire fraternity system. Second, provide fraternity support for the programs of the University. Third, establish relations with proper University officals in order to facilitate the under- standing between the University ' s administration and the fraternities. Fourth, encourage expansion and development of the fraternity system. We in the IFC welcome those who are interested in frater- nities to come by anytime and talk with us about your inter- est. Bo Harrison Presideiit 198 Panhellenic We, The Undergraduate Members of women ' s fraternities, stand for good scholar- ship fo r guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college communit) ' . Cooperation for Rirthering frater- nity life, m harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fra- ternity activities. We, The Fraternity Women of America, stand for service through the develop- ment of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live. BD QB Officers, left to right; Georgia BaUfc -aan, iccnlary: Jan Moragues, Tre,tu rer: Ella Solomans, Vne-Presii eiit: Beth Caldwell, Pit- ,f ( t-;; . 199 ' - ' mm, : " %%! i rx ■. ■J! " 3 ' -■:■: W te., i ¥■ : :: ' ' ■v % ' 3- i- f ' SN " flW r ri ,0m - 1 . t « ' ' . .- ' - : ■: ' ■ ' ■■• ' »= ■ « • ' " " " k ' - -Ai: _f ' 5WS»» J W •-4» . ' •d ' . ' . iF tw ¥• rwix if 0.0 1 i ij ,-€ P» MMq Roollll tide, Roll, Go Big Red . . . Oh my God, he dropped her . . . You can take Auburn out of ffie Country, but you can ' t take the country out of Auburn . . . Great seats on the W yard line, pass the flask . . . Just put your thumb over the picture, they never look . . . Gator Bowl? Never heard of it ... 5 yard line, about time to fumble . . . Go to hell you War damn Eagles . . . two games by 3 points . . . We ' re No. 72, we ' re no. 12, We ' re No. 12 ... . That girl with the flowers in front of the band looks like an airline stewardess . . . 35-10 Bear who? . . . Moo U? It ' s in South Alabama! 1 5 -. .-a = " — j 205 VPI .v - ♦ . - se: Alabama ' s Crimson Tide opened its 1968 football season with somewhat less than a blazing victory, but mustered just enough ottense along with a tremendous defense to beat Virginia Tech l4- . A bright new Sophomore aerial team of quarterback ScotI Hunter and split end George Ranager produced the Tide ' s two scores, both in the second period. Donnie Sutton ' s 61 -yard return to the VPI 12 set up the first Tide score which came three plays later when Hunter rolled to his right and pegged Ranager for an 8-yard touchdown play. Bama ' s next score came less than two minutes later when Ranger grabbed a deflected Hunter pass, cut between two VPI de- fenders and galloped the remaining 35 yards to complete a 65 -yard touchdown play. VPI. who never mounted a sustained at- tack, got on the scoreboard with 42 sec- onds left in the first half when Larry Creekmore blocked a Frank Mann punt and Jud Brownell recovered in the end zone. 206 VPIs only other scoring opportunir) ' had come earher in the second period after Creekmore recovered an Ed Morgan himble on the Tide 15. Bama ' s determined defense managed to throw VPI quarterback Cil Schwabe for a loss ot 1 3 yards in three plays, however, and Senscak booted wide on a 4 5 -yard field goal at- tempt. Otherwise VPI had to content itself with manhandling the Ala- bama Offense. The Tide had a few opportunities, but failed to cash in. Thus, the Tide managed to squeak by: Alabama 14, Virginia Tech 7. ,|l y 207 Southern Mississippi ;m||« 208 After a narrow victory over VPI the previous week the Tide went into halt time tied with a stubborn Southern Mississippi ' !- ' !. and into the tourth quarter be- hind by a score oF 1-1-7. Then early in the final period Oran Buck kicked a 19- yard field goal to cut the score 1- -10. One play after the kickoff, Donnie Sutton recovered a Southern tumble at the Mississippi 4-1 yard line, and six plays later quarterback Scott Hunter connected with end George Ranager from the 3 4 for Bama ' s final TD. Buck kicked the PAT and the final score was Alabama 17, Southern Mississippi 14. Alabama scored first in the last play of the first period, on a 9-yard run by Ed IVlorgan. Buck kicked the extra point and Alabama was ahead 7-0. Southern evened up the score with a pass over the middle by quarterback Tommy Bout- well to Toby Vance from the 1-yard line and John Hail made the conversion. Southern then made it l4-7 on an S2-yard drive climaxed with a score from the 2 yard line by Larry Moulton. Hail kicked again, and Bama was in deep trouble. But as the man says: " The last quarter is ours " and so it was in the Southern Mississippi game as Bama came back to win 17-14. •:»Lf ' i. - J-J A 209 Ole Miss The Ole Miss Rebels were out for revenge against Alabama this year and that IS just what they got in their 10-8 victory over the Tide, Following a missed Alabama held goal attempt and with only 2:40 left in the half, the Rebels moved into scoring position with a spectacular -I ' ' -yard pass trom Manning to Stubbard. This was followed by a 6-yard penalt} ' against the Tide which put the ball on the Tide 6 yard line. On the ne.xt play Manning sprinted to his right and fired a short pass to Shows who stepped into the end zone. Perry King kicked the e.xtra point and the Rebels went ahead 7-0. 210 «W ' Early in the second half a bad punt by Frank Mann bounced out of bounds on the Tide 31 yard line. This set the stage for a 44- yard field goal by King three plays later, and the Rebels were on the scoreboard again. The Rebels had it sately in the sack, barring a last-second miracle, when Mike Hall crashed through to block Pag an ' s punt which Reilly recovered in the end zone for a Tide touchdown. Delly passed to Jilleba tor a two point conversion. With only eight seconds left, the never-say-die Tide tried for an onsides kickoff but Vinnie Shilleci ' s twister curled short of the 50 and Tom McKibbeans gathered it in for Ole Miss. Farrar fell to the ground to kill the final seven seconds remaining and thus, the ballgame ended: Alabama 8, Mississippi 10. 211 V n • Vanderbilt Mr. 212 Angry with their defeat at the hands of Mississippi the week before, a determined Tide marched onto the field against Vanderbilt for their biggest victory of the season. Tommy Wade ' s 42-yard punt return early in the third period set the Tide up for their first score in the form of a field goal by IVIike Dean. Bama ' s next score came when VVeigand mtercepted a Vandy pass on the 33 and hauled it back to the 1 yard line. On a first down play Buddy Seay earned the ball the rest of the way in and Dean kicked the extra point. The Tide ' s other scores were made by a one yard plunge by Ed Morgan in the third quarter, and by Scott Hunter and Ed Morgan on one yarders in the fourth period. Vandy ' s lone score came on a four-yard end run by wingback Dave Strong in the fourth period alter Miller ' s passes had moved the Commodores into field position. Ernie Perez soc- cer-kicked for the seventh point, and the game ended with the score Alabama 31, Vanderbilt 7. 213 Tennessee 214 The stage was set to make it one of football ' s all time classics when the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Tennessee Volun- teers took to the field in old Neyland Stadium on a golden Oc- tober Saturday. All that was lacking was a 35-yard field goal by Mike Dean, but the game just didn ' t work out that way. Ten- nessee blocked Dean ' ' s kick and the Tide met its second defeat ot the season at the hands of the ' Vols by a score of 10-9. The first score of the game came when the ' Vols marched di yards to the Tide one-half yard line and Richmond Flowers dived over for the touchdown. Kremsher kicked the extra point and the ' Vols went ahead -0. Starting from the ' Vol 1 1 Alabama was finally bogged down on the 1 2 yard line. On a fourth down play Dean completed a field goal to put the Tide on the scoreboard, 7-3. After a punt by IVIann the ' Vols took possession of the ball on their own 18 and moved to the Tide 37. On a fourth and one situation Kremsher then kicked his SEC record 54 yard field goal. ' With tourth-and-one Tennessee took time out. Dickey de- cided to go for three points rather than a first-down charge. The strategy worked and proved to be decisive. As the fans filed out of Neyland Stadium it was Alabama 9, Tennessee 10. 215 Clemson 216 Alabama ' s Crimson Tide came into Denny Stadium with its eye on Clemson to revenge themselves tor the narrow loss suffered at the hands of Tennessee. It was picked to be an easy victory for the Tide and at the end of the first quarter Alabama led 1-1-0. The first touchdown came on a Scoft Hunter to Don- nie Sutton pass for 4O yards which had been set up by Mike Dean ' .s interception of a Clemson pass. Later in the first quarter after a Clemson fumble Joe Kelley teamed up with George Ranager to set up the second touchdown After the first quarter Bama would not cross the goal line again until late in the fourth period. During this time Clemson scored twice to give a I-1-I4 deadlock. Alabama spent most of the second and third quarters in a state of frustration. An excellent defensive effort gave the ball to the offense but time and time agam Bama was thwarted in its scoring attempts. Five times during the game field goals were attempted but had failed. Finally late in the fourth quarter the defense came through with a brilliant play, Mike Hall recovered a Clemson fumble and from there Hunter led his team- mates to victory over a surprisingl) ' stn)ng C lemson team The score; Alabama 21, Clemson 14. -V. 217 Mississippi State Coming into their Homecoming battle with Mississippi State the Tide was plagued with mjuries and a sometmies brilliant and sometimes not so brilliant offense. On this Saturday the offensive efforts of Alabama looked good for a while. The Tide scored four of the first five times it attacked in the first halt Bama scored two touchdowns on two-yard runs by Pete Jilleba and Ed Morgan. The past week of practice for Mike Dean paid off in the first half as he cashed in on 26 and 29-yard field goals to bring the tally to 20 for Alabama. Pete Moore, the work horse of the day, did most of the ground work Moore piled up 115 yards in 28 tries, mostly in the second half. ■ r -lis " ura ■ i % .» ' 218 ■?J»»i,i5J». %.r immm With the offensive show over at the half Bama led 20-6 and the game was turned over to the defense. The second half turned out to be a series of drives all of which were killed by interceptions, penalties, missed field goal attempts and mistakes. State chalked up ' points early in the third quarter and the score failed to change for the remainder of the game Alabama 20, Mississippi State 13. Even though Bama pocketed its fifth win it still left doubt in the minds of many Homecoming fans whether the 1968 edition of the Crimson Tide could measure up to those almost legendary teams of the Golden Decade. But the proof was still in the making and Coach Bryant and his players still had three more games in which to prove them- selves. 219 LSU The Alabama team that went to face LSU was more akin to the teams that had brought much fame to their school. They were not a great team but they showed that greatness called determination. They kept coming back all through the after- noon, overcoming frustrations caused by LSU muscle and their own mistakes to win the ballgame: Alabama 16, LSU 7. Bama scored early in the game taking in the opening kickoff on a Hunter to Jilleba pass. The Tide went into the locker room with a 6-0 lead. In the second half Bama bounced back after an LSU touchdown carrying the kickoff downfield in a drive that was culminated by a Mike Dean field goal making the score 9- Alabama. In the fourth quarter Mike Hall snagged one of LSU ' s pass attempts to set up the " insurance " touchdown for the Tide. On a pass to Donnie Sutton, Hunter provided for a 16-7 win over LSU. With a rough and ready defense spearheaded by Mike Hall, Sam Gellerstedt and Mike Ford, and a determined offense Bama had finally come into her own. Going down the home stretch with a 6-2 record the Crimson Tide once again for the tenth consecutive year appeared to be bowl bound. 220 221 Miami . » 222 When Alabama traveled to the land of sun and tiin it showed an Orange Bowl full of fans. President-elect Richard Nixon and 25 million television viewers that it had the stuff to play in that big eleventh game of the year. Against Miami the Tide did what it had done best all year and that was to play defense. And play defense they did. The defensive team showed muscle and alert- ness to intercept six passes and hold Miami scoreless for the first 57 minutes ot play. After sprinting 69 yards Mike Dean turned in his interception for six points on the scoreboard. Alabama ' s only other scoring play was also spectaailar. It came in the form ot a beautiful 73-yard pass play from Hunter to Sutton. Miami finally scored late in the game but failed on a two point conversion and the game ended with the score Alabama 14, Miami 6. Although still not looking spectacular Alabama had shown that it warranted a post season game. By now speculation was high that we would play in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida. 223 Auburn In closing out the regular season against the rival Auburn Tigers, Alabama came out on top of the muscle match by a score of 2-4-16. This game was truly the greatest game played to date by the 1968 Crimson Tide. Any Alabama football fan in the na- tion could not deny that it was a real treat to watch this game which included so many thrilling mo- ments. 224 Mike Hall almost stole the entire show himself " . He did so by tackling Auburn men 16 times defensively, blocking brilliantly on oftense and by scoring a touchdown on a five yard pass re- ception. But It would be foolish to say Hall won the game him- self. Ed Morgan with a -(5 -yard touchdown run, Scott Hunter who set a season yardage record, and Paul Weigand who in- tercepted two Auburn passes were enough to demonstrate to the onlooking fans that Alabama again was in the era ot greatness. With five intercepted passes, two recovered fumbles and three touchdowns it should have been a runaway tor the Tide. Auburn was stubborn, however, and insisted on coming back in the third quarter with a revived offense. It seemed as though Auburn would close the gap but again and again the defensive team stood tall and strong. Mike Dean added a field goal in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach for the Tigers with the final score standing with Alabama 24, Auburn 16. The regular sea- son record for Alabama being set at 8 wins and 2 losses. This season mark included five straight victories for the last five games and was the result of a determined effort on every player ' s part throughout the season. Although Alabama did not find it- self ranked in the top ten as usual, this 1968 team would still be number one to the students and loyal fans alike. 225 Freshman Football ■ ' %;i- - 1968 Freshman Football Results Mississippi State Vanderbilt Mississippi Tennessee Auburn 20-16 14-24 13-15 28-21 27-36 K . rf 226 $1 l i i J ¥ i " - « ' " ' 4imrfiii ff iaihiiii. Ill li JB •1 . ' ■ ' .i-?IS« l lft ' i. i3 On December 28, the University of Alabama attended its tenth consecutive bowl. 228 l„_ N IV ' ••r ' tm - ■ Gator Bowl This tenth consecutive bowl was a new record for a major American College. 229 It was the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida. rr ' m 230 Mmm . . . Sunshine, sunshine, sunshine . . . I ' m sick of sunshine . . . 34-70 . . . You must be kidding. 231 Basketball A member of the 1951 Kentucky National Champions, C. M. Newton assumed duties as headmaster ot the Crimson Tide basket- ball fortunes in December. Prior to coming to Alabama, Newton coached 12 years at Transylvania College in Lexington, Ken- tucky, where he finished a 165-138 won- lost record. Newton ' s best year was 1963 when Transylvania rolled to a 20-8 season and then went to the NAIA championships. The 39-year-old mentor is noted tor having well-coached and fundamentally sound cage teams. 233 234 235 236 237 Alabama ' s varsity roundballers endured another disappointing season in the tough Southeastern Conference, standing 4-14 overall, and 1-11 in the SEC after 18 games. A hard fighting Tide crevk- kept the scores close in most games, as in- dicated by an average six point margin of defeat. In February, the luckless Tide lost three overtime affairs in a row, losing two on last second baskets at the buzzer. On January 27, Alabama dead- locked mighty Kentucky, then fourth ranked nationally, in regulation time, only to lose to the Wildcats in overtime. Bama ' s SEC triumph came against LSU and Ail-American Pete Maravich. Alabama also beat Miami, Texas, and Samford. 238 i Xa: 239 I Freshman Basketball 240 jm T 241 Swimming The University of " Alabama Swim Team for 1969, with its veteran swimmers from last year ' s third place SEC Team and a new wealth of talent in it ' s promis- ing freshman team, could very well bring Coach John Foster his finest team in the 10 years he has been at Alabama. In Coach Foster ' s words, " The 1969 Tide will be the best ever. " The advance scouting information is that archnvals Tennessee, Florida, and Georgia will also field their best squads. We know the Bama team will be good, but how good and how much improved by SEC Championship time will be the answer to the season ' s success story. Last year the Tide was 12--t for dual meets, and third in the SEC. 242 Renirning SEC champions Ralph Wnght a nd Leo French, triple bronze medalist Bobby Yann, and triple silver medalist Jim LaMontagne, are back and better than ever. Divers George Brantley and Charlie Noonan already look like win- ners. Needed frosh strength is present in the breaststroke event with Dennis Purs- ley; backstroke is beefed up by Bruce Hirten; butterfly by Dennis Kone; and freestyle by Jeff Wade. These fill up the gaps left by five graduated seniors. Non-conference meets include indepen- dents Tulane, Florida State, Miami, Sew- anee, Birmingham Southern, and South Florida. Alabama swims all SEC teams with the exception of Auburn, Mississippi State and the University of Mississippi who do not presently have swim teams. Auburn will field a swim team in 19 0, but the nvo Mississippi schools do not have year-round facilities. Eastern Ken- tucky, who is also on this year ' s schedule, was the Kentucky conference intercol- legiate champion in 1968. Front row, left to right: Assistant Coach Kirt Myers, George Brantley, Artis James, Sonny Wright, Bob Couch. Row two: Coach John Foster, Greg Jamison, Jon McMillan, Leo French, Bobby Yann, Jim LaMantagne. Row three: Assistant Coach Bob Griffin, Charlie Noonan, Louis Janos, Harry Ackerman, Randy HoUiday. Row four: Jeff Wade, Dennis Pursley, Early Culberson, Bill Kinsey, Jim Staples, Bruce Hirten, Dennis Kone. Not shown: Boland Batizy. Jim Burns, Dave Demski, Charles Vangas. 243 Baseball Alabama ' s baseball team took to the field this year to boast one of its greatest seasons in recent history, including the SEC championship. Bama ' s 1968 SEC title was a little unexpected in all SEC camps since only two seniors were on the roster and after the first two SEC series, the Tide stood at 2-4. During the home stretch of the season, however, timely hitting and a tre- mendous pitching staff performance netted Bama 10 wins in its final 13 games. Coach Sewell was named " coach of the year " in the SEC by his fellow coaches and five members of the Crimson Tide team made the SEC ALL- WESTERN DIVISION TEAM. They were: third baseman Stan Moss, shortstop J. C. Ra- nelli, centerfielder Bill Parker and pitchers Eddie Propst and Mike Innes. Moss, Propst, and Innes made the ALL-SEC first team, also. P«- F " , ' joM rifl 4Pir: 1 ' 244 I? ii k ' ?» T |. I i fK-- V- ' f ' ' f ' - ' w M iLo.i- ' n . Bama ' s pitching staff rurned in a splended 2.33 earned run average and set a school record by pitching 10 shutouts in 36 games. The pitchers yielded an average of only 5.8 hits per game, while striking out an average of 6.9 and walking 3.6. The Tide ' s leading hitter was third baseman Stan Moss who set a new school record by hitting seven home runs and also had 40 hits in 117 trips including eight doubles, two triples, and 26 runs batted in, while hitting .342. Alabama finished the season with an overall win-loss record of 24-18, including ten victories out of eighteen SEC games. According to Coach Sewell the Tide is looking forward to an even better season in 1969 and feels that we will be the team to beat in the SEC. Wfi ' M! ' « X ■ ' %i »S0 ' if . 245 BALIS STRIKES OUTS VISITORSBH ' • " •» " ALABAMAQ Q BALLS STRIKES OUTS li34»6 7«9IOII VISITORS ] Q Q AUBAMAQ Q Wf.j - v Jk %:- .i A 247 5Z i- Livingston State Livingston State South Alabama Birmingham-Southern Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi Birmmgham-Southern Auburn Louisiana State Louisiana State Louisiana State Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi South Alabama South Alabama South Alabama Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi State 1968 Baseball Results 5-1 Mississippi 17-2 Mississippi 8-0 Mississippi 6-0 Mississippi State 3-2 Mississippi State 2-1 Mississippi State 4-2 Auburn 2-1 Mississippi 1-3 Mississippi 1-0 Mississippi 1-10 Louisiana State 5-1 Louisiana State 3-5 Louisiana State 4-5 Louisiana State 4-0 Florida 3-5 Florida 3-5 Florida 3-2 North Carolina State 5-11 Florida State 3-2 0-5 3-2 7-8 11-0 6-0 9-2 3-2 7-4 1-9 1-4 1-0 1-0 6-4 3-4 5-0 3-0 1-3 1-6 248 Miili 249 • 3 Track 250 WX v Vs. 252 s 1 t i L 1968 Track Results Louisiana State Florida State Auburn 61-84 49-96 721 2-691 2 Alabama — Mississippi — Mississippi State 102-57-25 253 Golf h Joe Terrell Don Blanton Lee Harper Ralph Smallman Wrestling THE 1968-69 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA WRESTLING TEAM, the first in the school ' s history. Front row, left to right: Steve Elisius, Jim Fregia, Dave Librande, Chester Neely, Bob Lunt, Charles Grimm, Tony Morton . Back row: Tom Booth, Bobby Merrill, Don Flurry, Bob HoUon, Bob Saholsky, Dean Hmton, and Coach Jim Tanara. 254 Rifle Team 255 I I ' ' % H M(ip» ' iQ ,,M yiS i , 256 Tennis 0 1968 Tennis Results Florida ( snowed out ) Birmingham-Southern 6-3 Vanderbilt 2.7 Kalamazoo 1-8 Birmingham. Southern 1-8 Florida State 0-9 Georgia 0-9 Tennessee 0-9 Southern Mississippi 7-1 Samford 8-1 Auburn -1-5 South Carolina 2-7 Samford 4-1 (rain) Mississippi State 1-8 Auburn 4-5 Mississippi (rain) A. 257 -1 » Intramurals 258 259 260 i i " SiL . R " " - 261 Skydiving -4 ' Back Row, left to right: Millard Stone, Robert S. Way. Rick Mitchell, Dave Hammitt, William Bradley, Bob Way. Ken Husler, Charles Holder, Jerry Keith. Kneeling: Doug Moran, Donna Stone, Bobby Bush, Betty Burdette. John Hc-lbig, Joan Harrison, Greg Wright, Tommy Jack- son, Donica Goggins, Virgil Williams, Bob Tanner, Shane (mascot) Airplane, Bulbrd. The Bama Sky Divers was organized in 1964 at the University of Alabama. The purpose of the club was to promote the art of para- chute jumping. When it was organized the club had about 10 mem- bers, since then it has grown in membership to approximately 25. Boys as well as girls participate in this exciting sport. Meetings are held each Wednesday night at Dresler Hall at 7:00 P.M. Anyone in- terested m joining the sport of the space age might attend one of these meetings. 262 ..Jm,jf 263 - 5 A V I I :f i. lE URES You know a girl leads a hard life . . . I mean I have to get up at 6 o ' clock for my 8 o ' clock class. You know, Tuesday and Thursday I have to hit Bidgood for the crowd by eight at the latest. Maybe today those damn ROTC sponsors won ' t make it the same time I do. I best wear my new . . . Look at that girl move; I ' ve heard she ' s an easy . . . By damn, two pins— forget her. But look at the one behind her— what a nub. Skirt too long, no figure, and fat ankles, the one that will probably ask me to her formal .... one more interview, one more contest, what a day! It sure is hell being beautiful. I ' m sick of this 3 inch make-up, and buying every new fashion gimmick that comes along. Which reminds me, I better cut my 3 o ' clock to pick up my Piccolinos at the Pair Tree .... Meeting, after meeting, after meeting. You ' d think Dean Healy was my mother and the A.W.S. office my room. No time to eat or get fixed up, but I must remember my work comes first. Betcha a million dollars I end up an old maid .... 266 ■til i — I — — I — i — ! — i I i I -i — uJ % ' Av 268 269 270 271 TOP COROLLA BEAUTY representing Alpha Chi Omega 273 representing Kappa Alpha Theta 274 representing Zeta Beta Tau 275 ' T P?5e ' !r»»« - ' «» , ' SC- representing Beta Theta Pi 276 representing Delta Delta Delta 277 representing Kappa Kappa Gamma 278 representing Delta Tau Delta 279 representing Phi Mu 280 Sigma Delta Tau 281 Pi Beta Phi 282 C ocucclia Aj96(J ' -vimv Air Force ROTC w ' ] PhiMu Sigma Chi 285 Delta Gamma 286 cZutr mne iy Pi Beta Phi 287 .,1 O My Cma£i Delta Delta Delta 288 Chi Omega 289 ytcAte c g mm Delta Zeta 290 C i ' Sigma Phi Epsilon 291 Alpha Chi Omega c c u a lJA Aa effy Alpha Gamma Delta 293 Miss Alabama — Universe 294 Miss Alabama . a " fi ' 295 Sigma Chi Derby Darling 296 Miss Homecoming ti uiaw " w Kappa Alpha Theta 297 Fraternity Sweethearts Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Phi 298 A nr »» It jte ' id H Theta Chi Pi Kappa Phi 299 • f tane Phi Kappa Psi Chi Phi 300 Kappa Sigma Sigma Phi Epsilon - rJ.rJ-r ' - -J-i-J- i-i-iJJa Beta Theta Pi rat ca iGny Theta Xi 302 Kappa Alpha Delta Chi 303 r :i - : i»i. - ?4 .v I iC ' 4t, J t ; A5 •fs?i a i50f . ' K te l.i4s,?s t?A(i ;si!.i5i im..4s: ' J.: 306 Boom! Boom! I wanna pledge Pi . . . Harry— psst— Hey, Harry— (check out the one in the red, she ' d make a tremendous tackle . . . The rushees are coming, the rushees are coming . . . Julie, put down the beer, sweet . . . And this is the trophy we won for . . . We ' ll have to take her, her aunt helped charter the chapter . . . That ' s the third house where they ' re second in scholarship . . . Damn, ice water, ice water, ice water . . . Pardon me, where ' s the head— ooops— I mean ladies room . . . My feet hurt like hell— are you sure there ' s twelve more groups . . . I just love her hair— do you, or don ' t you . . . Well you know she ' s the key to . . . I don ' t think I ' ll go back- that blond seemed queer . . . Does she drink— pledge her . . . I ' ve got a fifth when we get back to the dorm . . . If she could talk, I ' d ask her out Squeal Night . . . 307 308 309 You just keep me hanging on, O O O O O . . . Louise have you seen my date — he was— Oh, he did— Well do you think he ' ll rally? . . . Slashed in my rack!?! Whaddaya mean my rack? . . . Would you Pleeeuz get off my foot . . . I ' m funky- ing . . . You should have seen us— My date came as Timothy Leary and I wos Snow White. We won the fifth of Old Crowe . . . R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me — sock it to me— sock it to me — sock it to me . . . The lead singer just passed, guess the party ' s over. 310 311 » 312 313 Adams Allen Auvil Causey Chapman Cooper ■ ■-■-. vr; - " fi ' ! « •-»v ' ,, -»- ' 314 Located on University Boulevard, the Alabama Chapter of Acacia was founded May 1, 1966, by a group ot men who believed that brotherhood was one of the most valuable assets that a man could at- tain. Now the Alabama Chapter has one of the strongest brother- hoods on campus. With the addition of the best pledge class in the history of the house, we were provided the foundation for our most successful year. The objective of our fraternity is to offer an atmosphere where col- lege men can develop in their social and intellectual lives. We are proud of our services to the community. Last year Acacia placed sec- ond in the IFC food drive. The Alabama Chapter of Acacia has made it an annual affair to give a party each Christmas for children whose fathers are in the armed service. We also have given aid to Bryce Hospital. There are Acacians active in student government, student publica- tions, varsity sports, student honoraries, and almost all other forms of student activity. Acacians take pride and are glad to be of service to the University. Dick Elisius Ellioi Forrtster Golson Hayc-s Huwcll .lackson JOWLTS Langham Lawrtnci.- ■Marino Marsh Mason McGriff Newman Rakonski Rakowski Ricsc Rosborough 315 Allen Andt-rton Bowies Bozeman Breed en Buchanan Burch field Burke Burns Carpenter Childs Church Cooney Corneil Cornell Culberson Curtis Davis. C. Davis, D. Davis. D, Dawson Deas Dendy Dickinson Dicnstfrei Duckworth Duncan Dunn Dyar Fields Fris Gates Goldsmith Grady Guntcr Hamilton Hay ley Hearn Hendrix Higdon Hoi Ion Holmes Holston Huffman 316 Alpha Chi ' s at Alabama have a definite tendency to excel in leader- ship, scholarsl ' ferent. at Alabama have a definite tendency to excel in leader- ship, and beauty, and the year 1968 proved to be no dit- As a chapter, we studied ( ? ) our way to first place in scholarship for the spring semester and second place for the year. Of course, there are always a few individuals who stand out on their own; for in- stance our Mortar Board members. President of Phi Chi Theta, AWS Freshman, Junior, and Town Girls Representative, AWS Ju- diciary member. President of Student National Education Associa- tion, and Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. We also have Triangle members, three associate editors of the COROL- LA, I AWS Committee Members, and members of national honor- As for beauty. Alpha Chi claims one of the Universities top 10 best dressed co-eds, two COROLLA beauties — one being Top COROL- LA Beauty — and a COROLLA Favorite, last year ' s Homecoming Queen and two of the top three candidates for this year ' s Home- coming Queen. Miss Wyman Hall, Sweethearts of Lambda Chi Al- pha, Theta Xi, Kappa Alpha, Alpha Sigma Phi, Kappa Sigma, and Circle K wear the badge of Alpha Chi Omega, as well as two Air Force ROTC Sponsors, and the 1966, ' 67, ' 68 Sigma Chi Derby Dar- lings. Alpha Chi supports its football team also with a varsit)- cheerleader. Crimson Girl, University of Alabama Football Queen, two ot " Bear ' s Babes " , and a finalist for the 1968 Miss Liberty Bowl. Alpha Chi Omega V if 9 a pe op _ I fCi Hunter Jobson Junes. K. Jones, S. KenJrick Kirkland Kirven Kyk- Loftis Log 11 n. J Log jn . ' Martin Maxwell McCabe McClelland Mclntyrc McRee McVay Meyer Mitchell Milsiead Morns Niorton Narem Neely Neighbors Neugent Nunn O ' Connor Owen Palmer Phillips Price Reeks Rice Roberts Rudd Sauls Scarborough Schell Sherer Shope Sides Sims. S. Sims, S. L. Siniard Smith Smithson Speake Spivey Steele Strickland, M Strickland, NL Syltie Tate Thomas Tucker Van Wert Varner Walters Ward Watson Welch VC ' harton Whirt Williams Williamson Wood ' oung 317 Allums Barker Bcrsill Blukc Buyttt Brown Browne Buckley Butler Cherry Christian Cox Crew. C. Crew. P Crowley Culberr. L Culben, P Darden Davis ,. ■ 1 318 Founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan College, Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest secret sorority for women. Eta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was established at the University in iy07, the first colony ot a na- tional sorority on this Campus. Today we at Eta are proud of our her- itage and continue to thrive on our merits. After a wonderful rush we settled down to work and enjoy living in our new house. Then we added brains, beauties and activities; ROTC sponsor, AWS Committees plus membership in Alpha Lam- da Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Theta Sigma Phi, and Chi Phi Theta — all to make the next year great. At Eta we feel that Alpha Delta Pi is not merely a social sorority, but truly a way ot life. Alpha Delta Pi P c Dinwiddle Dominick Dunn Ellison Farris Faucett Free Gay hart Glenn Graham Hams Hays Hill Hofs tetter Hopkins Hudson Jehle Jones Kelley Kemp Knight Kniphfer Largue Larrimore Lemmer Lumpkin McCutcheon McGilberry McLaughlin Mthaftey Milian Mintz Musick Newton Noojin Parker Parrlsh Pc-arce Peterson Posey Purdy Puron Ray, D. Ray. J. Robertson Rushing Sawyer Searc ' Skinner Smith. A. Smith, M. Southwell Stone Thompson, Thompson, Tipton Ward Wtinniann W ' hatiey Whuaker Wilbanks Wilson Zeanah 319 Here is a great traternit ' — members bound by the everlasting fires of brotherhood — proud ot the achievements ot all brothers — always moving forward- with the spirit ot youth, the lesson ot maturity and the stamp of immortality! lota Deuteron Chapter of ALPHA EPSILON PI was founded on the University of Alabama campus in 19 i2. It was the 33rd chapter to become part of what is today the largest national Jewish fratern- ity — 102 chapters and 17 colonies. The present chapter house was completed in 1955 and was com- pletely remodeled in 196-4. Each member and pledge has his own private two-man room with plent)- of space. Food is prepared under the able supervision of our beloved housemother Mrs. Mary Stewart. Whether it is a home-style brunch on Sunday, steak on Friday or a plain hamburger on Saturday, Mrs. Stewart sees to it that we all get the best food prepared in the way we like. As basic as academic pursuits are to success at the University, we here at AEII also recognize the significant contribution extracurric- ular activities can make toward one ' s education. We are interested in the well-rounded boy — active on campus as well as in the class- room. The men of ALPHA EPSILON PI present two awards each year, one for the fraternities best Senior athlete and one which is given to the fraternity which emphasises the true meaning of Sportsmanship. Thus it is no surprise that the Men of AEII are active in virtually every phase of University life. Politically, the Men of AEII have al- ways been well represented in all phases of the Student Govern- ment Association. We are well represented in both the Intrafratern- al Council and the Junior IFC. We have members on the IFC Schol- arship Committee in an effort to boost the academic average of all traternit) ' men. Athletically, we are all very proud ot Intramural activities on cam- pus. We have also received the award tor the most Outstanding Sports Chairman by the athletic department. AEII ' s football is unmatched; I doubt if there is any group that re- sembles us. Our line weight is on the average ot 160 pounds, while our opponents average 200 pounds (the animals). We also actively participate in bowling, volleyball, track, swimming, tennis, basket- ball, and ping-pong (Campus Champions). Alpha Epsilon Pi Religiously speaking, our house actively participates in all aspects of community service. We sponser joint religious convocations to help broaden our minds. One of our members is Vice-President of the Hillel Foundation this year. Among the undertakings of the or- ganization is to conduct religious services, to hold inter-religious discussions, and arrange social functions for all the religious organi- zations on campus. Our goals are realistic. We want to excel in all phases of campus life; scholastics, social, and religious. True, we are moving ahead with a bold new flituristic look. However, the new can only be built on the old. Here, our years of tradition, our undying brotherhood, our posi- tion in a great national fraternity, our alumni and advisors take their place. Without these factors, no good fraternity can long exist. Iota Deuteron has all of these. This, then, is Iota Deuteron of ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNI- TY; an integral part of a great national fraternity; a home away from home; a group of men bound together by brotherhood and friendship; A GOOD FRATERNITY TO BELONG TO! Castage Fried, M Fried, S. Grand Hammersla Malkivc Marcus Schupiro Skulman 321 Anders Askew Aycock Bailes Barnes Barr Beasley Bennett Blackburn Blackmon Boiling Boyd Brabncr Brackin Brocherion Brown, R, Brown, S. Burke Butler Campbell C obb Cobble Cothran Cox Crawford Daugecte Davis Deavours Denton Dorlon Doyle Dunham Dunn Duvall Edwards Ellis Elmore English Faucett Fievet Finlay Fitts Floyd Flynt •t B A m ili M a © i a ' ( ■- . I t ?fi?©0fl ' " 322 The Alpha Gams have been all in a whir! this year. Come to think of it. Alpha Gams are always busy. Wherever you go, you ' re bound to find the AGD ' s — right in the middle ot all the excitement! Beauties? Sure, we have lots of those. Did you see Lynne on the VA- CATION VIA ALABAMA billboards? Hitsy claimed the Miss Bama Day title last spring. Flip over to the beauty section, and you ' ll find Hitsy, our Corolla Beauty, and Brackin, our Corolla Fa- vorite. Hitsy and Amanda are Crimson Girls and Army ROTC Sponsors. The Pikes chose three Alpha Gams as Little Sisters — Kathy, Lynn, and Lynne. 11 you have ever seen Kathy m action as Co-Head Cheerleader, you can certainly understand why she was chosen as a National Cheer- ' leader. K.K. is also an SGA Senator from Arts and Sciences. Activities? You ' ll find Janice and Joanna on the ' Who ' s Who and Mortar Board pages. Joanna is President ot Triangle, and will soon be sporting her Phi Beta Kappa key. Mary Lou is Secretary ot AWS, and Sally is program commissioner. Sandy is President of Alpha Lambda Delta, and Martha Fay is Cor- responding Secretary. Candy grinned her way into being elected Secretary-Treasurer ot Home Economics. Patsy looks pretty stern in her Judiciary gown. There ' s lots more but just not enough space to tell you about every- thing. Just remember — Alpha Gam! Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta ' ly FurJ Garristin Gray Greene Griffin Hamilton Hampshire Harriman Harrison Haughtnn. N Hauglicon, P HaygooJ Henderson Hmtun, f Hi neon, [ Hobble Hocuct Hodnetre Howell Howze ivey Jeffer - Jones Kenworthy Kirkpatnck Lamberr Lies Livingston Logan Long Maddux Magruder Massengale Matthews Middleton Mills Moody Nelson Oliver Pace Fame II Perrv Petri. J Petri. J M. Redding Reed Ricks Rives Rogers. D, R..gers. E. Rogers. R. Russell Sails Sauer Sawyer Schultz Sherrill Shirley Shivers Shugart. L. Shugart, S. Smith Sparks Strain Walker Walton Weatherford Windham Wood fin Wood ley Wright 323 Anderson Armor Axt Ballard Baranski Barber Banletr Bean. C Blackburn Huffier Chambers Creel Daffron DePass Duncan pU(|y| 324 AOPi has been here only two years and already we have a member- ship of 75 girls. A new house is planned tor occupancy in the hill semester of 1969. We are proud that AOPi is represented around the world where we have won first alternate to Miss Guam Interna- tional and in New York where one of the girls has been offered a modeling job by a New York agenq-. AOPi is also represented on campus, having five Spirit Usherettes, Crimson Girl, and an Air Force ROTC Sponsor. We have girls in many of the major organi- zations on campus, including the Judiciary Board ot AWS and heads of union committees. AOPi ' s are in various honoraries from speech to medicine. One of our girls has been interviewed by Lon- don Recordmg Studios in Birmingham to begin a career ot record- ing. We have weekly engagements set up with Partlow School in which our girls help entertain and give parties for the children. This year we have planned a fund raising drive for the National Arthritis Foundation with a goal of 55,000. Our chapter received the 1968 award for outstanding cooperation with the collegiate director. The AOPi ' s are really on the move and grow around Bama Campusl Mphu Omicron Pi Alpha OmiCTon Pi n Gardner Hooper Horn Hougliton Huckabee Hurto. C, Hutcn. J Jones. A Jones. M Lipscomb Macon Mann McKinnon Miller Molett Muse Nelson Phillips Potcer Powell Proctor Rice Singley Sit2 Smith Spangler Spencer Tennyson Truhett Wallace atkms W cissinger Vlialey Williams Yarbrough .1 . 325 Adair Adams Anderson Bains Barnctt Bolen Boyd BraswcII Brown Butler Chappelif Cook Cooper Davidson Dixon Donald Dun lop Farrior Gains Gilbert Grainger Gregory Griifin Hamry Hargrove Harnion Holliday £ _ H uey rtp J.,b,.ur iJi J Lkl Mtm ill I tt f i t- © p © c-T |»j w f. fe...f sm 326 Alpha Tau Omega w.is founded by three young Confederate sol- diers on September 1 1, 1865, in Richmond, Virginia. In the ensu- ing 103 years, ATO has grown to a brotherhood composed ot 137 chapters across the United States and Canada. Since its founding in 1885, Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Tau Ome- ga has been an integral part of the traditions and progress of the Un- iversity of Alabama. We have always been active in every facet of life at the Capstone, and Taus are presently active in all forms ot campus activities, carrying on the honorable traditions of the past and inspiring innovations of the future. We shall continue to honor the past, live in the present, and work for the future. Through its scholastic, athletic, social, and service activities. Alpha Tau Omega prepares a young man to deal with people. ATO gives him the opportunity to work with truly outstanding alumni— to compare his ideas with theirs. It gives him a forum for his thoughts, a medium for his creativity. We cannot, however, rest on what others have built for us — we must build and change for ourselves. To the other extreme, we can not depend on the hiture to rectify any shortcomings which we have today. With the ever quickening pace ot our modern University, we are constantly reminded ot the importance ot living in the present. Today is ours, and we are proud we can meet its challenge. Mphii I (111 I hnri:u 1 Alpha Tau Omega kiiikJ Q Q TlWCthLT Kesslcr King Lt-c- LinJIcy Mac Dan I ( Mci Milk-r Montgomery Morris Nelson Panther Parrin Reynolds Sandlin Slianntin Shcelian Smitli Starnes Sreindt rff Sullivan. E Sullivan. T. Underwood Wagor Wallace White. H. White. S. Yann 327 Akxandt-r Bagger [ Barrow Bcacli Crown Campbfll Carr Coe Collier Corbin Cor - Cox f I ' ■ ' ' I fi ••• " ' ' ■MI C , . ,. ' - " I !•■ M n- j| hi 328 We must admit, the change of pace this yeat has been great tor the Alpha Xi Delta ' s; it ' s much more interesting passing the fraternity houses and boy ' s dorms everyday than sorority row. That ' s because we are in temporary housing on Thomas Street waiting for our new house to be completed. It does get hazardous though, ducking foot- balls and beer cans all the time, and then there ' s always those boys trying to get in our windows. X ' ell, one must take the i ood with the bad.-- In other areas, we began the year with a first place trophy, presented to our Magazine Chairman at Alpha Xi Delta ' s 75th National Con- vention held at Sun Valley, Idaho. Next project was winning second place in the Spirit Sign Contest. Halloween brought a scavenger hunt for the pledges. ( Did you really get Joe Kelly ' s draft card num- ber and a brick from Denny Chimes?) Our pledges were certainly a bright spot in the Homecoming Par- ade, dressed as yellow Daisies. But then, all Alpha Xi ' s are a bright spot on campus as their quill flashes in the Corolla office as Ad Man- ager; officers of SNEA, German Club, Sigma Alpha Eta; members of first, second, and third year Triangle, the lAWS Steering Com- mittee, Spirit Usherettes, and especially as " residents " of the music department (we have four University Singers). We Alpha Xi ' s are just always performing, whether it be the Corolla Beaury Ball, Op- era Work Shop, or Half-time Shows. As well. Alpha Xi ' s are always lending a helping hand through several philanthropies, such as Brownies and Girl Scouts, Partlow excursions, and supporting a child in South ' Vietnam. Frequently we hear from our past president who is over in ' Vietnam working with the Red Cross and singing in USO shows. But in the midst of our activities, we never forget that the joy found in a sorority is not in just doing things, but in doing them together. AlpM Xi Delta Alpha Xt Delta .•» O € mAmmm Davenport Davis, J, Davis, G. Dt)zlc-r Eiland Frierson Greene Honeycuti Hudson Id I em J n Kindbcrg Koop LaValle Layne Libby McCoilum McMickie Miller Palmer Pea re e Pr or Revelle Richards Scidel Smith Sralhngs Sullivan Tall Vines Voge Wood Woodhan Yeager 329 Barber Beaslcy Bolding Burns Carson Cashio Clay Copeland Crouse Davidson Deslattes Dunscon Fowler Gilbert Glasscock Granger Hamiter Hanley Henderson Hennis Hill Hodges Howell Jordan Lear Letson Lyon M Idiliiiiiii h i ,.-- 330 Beta Theta Pi was founded in November, 1839, at Miami Universi- ty, Oxford, Ohio. In years, it is one of the oldest fraternities in Amer- ica, being sixth in order ot establishment; in size, it is one ot the largest, possessing over 100 chapters from coast to coast, and abroad. Nationally, Beta has been the leader. Its national magazine is the oldest in existence. It was the first fraternity to originate west of the Allegheny Mountains. Beta has more men serving as corporation presidents than any other fraternity. A member ot Beta Theta Pi has consecutively served on the United States Supreme Court from 1886 until the present. Delta Theta chapter ot Beta Theta Pi received its charter in Novem- ber, 196-1. In their briet existence, the men ot the Delta Theta chap- ter have striven to match the heritage of their national fraternity; they have been leaders. In sports. Betas have been consecutively on top, winning three All- Sports Trophies in a row! Betas have won varsity letters, and have obtained membership in the " A " Club. Betas have been on top scho- lastically, having members in Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, and Omicron Delta Kapa. Betas have been leaders in fraternity affairs. Two Betas have served as president ot the Intertraternity Council; two have served as IFC secretaries; and one has served as IFC treasurer. Betas have played dominant roles in publications at Alabama, with one member pres- ently serving as editor of Capstone Columns, another as sports edi- tor ot the Crimson-White, and others serving in various writing and administrative posts on campus publications. In all areas, Betas have been leaders on campus, and m all areas. Betas will continue to be the leader at Alabama, as they are national- ly. The men of Beta Theta Pi do not rest on past achievements, but only reflect on them as a means of striving for a dynamic future. n Beta Theta Pi iiilii iM Marks Martin McCrary McGriff. J. McGriff, J McMillan Parsons Parron Phillips Pruelt Raincy Ray Robbins Steward Stewart Tyer Weems White Williams Wyact Von Reichbaucr 331 Achorn Alexander, C- Alexander, F Allen AUin Atwell Babin Bankston Bates Beadles Brown. B. Brown. D Brown. J. Cochran Condra Couch Craddock Crew Croft Crump Damsgard Denton Donnelly Doss Downing Echols Edwards Elliot Etnerson Eiheredge Evans Flanagan Foose Forsyth Gerwick Goodwyn GtJrdon Green Gross Guin Hagood Haigh Hale Hall.C C, Hall.C L, ■ -6- Jp 332 The Chi Omegas would like to clear up some current rumors on campus: No, we don ' t get seasick in our riverboat, but we do have the most outstanding pledge class on the campus. No, all ot us did not get married this summer, just half the chapter. Yes, you will probably need a translator it ' you really want to understand what we ' re saying. Well, I mean, you know, it ' s a major panic! Chi Omegas are everywhere. You ' ll find them in the Beauty and Fa- vorite sections of the Corolla, heading A ' NX S, at Frank ' s on Wednes- day nights, walkmg around under Mortar Boards, m New Orleans, as fraternity sweethearts, in Triangle and Alpha Lambda Delta, in Sere !tee)!, heading and working on SGA committees, on AWS class councils and committees, and, of course, as Bama Belles. But the very best place to find a Chi Omega is in front ot the television between 1:00 and 3:30 p.m. absorbed in her favorite " soap operas. " In fact, it ' s almost useless to telephone our house during these hours because no one will tear themselves away from Nick, Althea, Stephen, Karen, and Bill long enough to answer. Nevertheless, you can try I We give a hoot about many things, such as our Greek orphan, our annual Christmas party for children from Partlow, our clothes drives for needy families, and various other service projects. Frankly, we Chi Omega ' s GIVE A HOOT! if It Chi Omega ft t i) af% % J f% ' a § 11 " m f V ' k 9 a I it- Hamilton, B. Hamilton, C. Hardin Haynie Ingram jamis Johnson Johnston Jordon Keller Long Madison March Martin Maurer May McBurney McCormack McDaniel McDuff McKenzie NkMasters M(.adt. -ws Mcon Midkiff Mills Moore Nader. J. Nader. M. Norton O ' Conner Odom Orr Owen Pat con Picaza Pitrman, 1 Pitrman, 1 Preston Puryear Reid Roberts Robinson Sanders Shaw Skelron Smith. C. G. Smith. P. Snyder Straits Sussky T:ilery Tucker Voss W ' ahon VC ' ard W ' jrr Weeks White Wilhams. M. E. W ilhams. M. T Wouds Wuolf 333 AbccrombiL- Adams Bates Baitcs Boone, C. Boone. G. 1- ? • ■» • N«4 , - 334 This April ill mark Tau of Chi Phi ' s forrj ' -eighth year on the Uni- versity campus, having been chartered on April 20, 1920. National- ly Chi Phi IS one of the oldest social fraternities in existence. We were founded on December 24, 1824, at the College of New Jersey which later became Princeton University. We are also the only na- tional fraternity to have ever established a chapter in Europe. Chi Phi has, over the past two years come a long way here at the Uni- versity. In the Fall ot 1966, we were forced into temporary housing when the University decided to buy our old house for office space. It was then, just two short years ago, that our new house campaign ac- tually got under way. We are presently in temporary housing on Thomas Street and will move to our new home on the New Row in September of next year. No other house on campus can boast that in two years their alumni have raised funds and built a new house tor them. While in temporary quarters, Chi Phi has been active in almost ev- ery aspect of University life. We have brothers in honoraries, cam- pus organizations, and politics. Our hat is always in the intramural athletic ring, even if we do not always win. Because of a new scholar- ship program initiated in the spring of last year, we were first scho- lastically among the fraternities for the Spring Semester with one of the highest overalls recorded in recent years. Tau has never been lacking in the party area. As can be judged by these pictures, we have some of the best parties around and are look- ing forward to even better ones next year! Chi Phi ii4[i Coce Drummond Hardy Mollis Hull Hvde. C. Hyde, M Kennedy Kreh Lilly Mm ti McKinney Moore Patterson Patron Scott 335 Adams All red Bencfidd Brazil Brincr Burroughs Carter Cholcwinski Ford Goodwin Grey Harrison Hembree 1 ' M 336 Delta Chi, founded October 12, 1890, at Cornell University, is a fra- ternity which is undergoing tremendous growth both here at the Alabama campus and nationally. Nationally, there are now sevenrj ' - five chapters with new colonies forming continually. Here at the Alabama chapter, a new house is envisioned to be completed by Jan- uary 1 1, 19 0. With this new house, the growth that we are now ex- periencing will continue to expand to a much greater extent. Scholastically, this past year we finished second out ot the twenty- seven fraternities on campus — a jump from a ninth place finish the previous year. In sports, our name is always among the top competi- tors when the competition has ended. Last year, we finished first in volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, and for an unprecedented fourth year in a row, we won the Softball trophy as Delta Chi finished sec- ond in the running for the All-Sports Trophy. We also reached the finals in tennis, golf, and ping-pong. As for social, Delta Chi has a widespread reputation of having some of the best parties on campus. Our football parties are always fabulous as is our Red and Buff For- mal, the annual Christmas Party, and the unequaled Indian Party weekend or should I say week. Delta Chi Campus-wide activities will always find Delta Chi ' s participating fully. As for politics. Delta Chi is well represented with an Arts and Sciences Senator, the Secretary of the Interfraterniry Council, and a member of the House of Representatives. Add to this the Co-Chair- manship of Homecoming 1968 and the Advertising Manager of the Crimson-White and one will behold another activity for Delta Chi ' s. W ' ith ail these tremendous accomplishments and many more, one might suspect that we will sit back and be content to enjoy these well-deserved traits, but this is where people are wrong. Delta Chi will continue to surge forward with a goal in mind but never actual- ly reaching an end. Hendricks Hess Holt Korncgay Maples May McGough Meissner Merkl Middlebrooks Milam Morgan Nix Northington Raines Raley Reese Scgrest Sessi ShiK k Speed Swiatek Terry Vice Warbington Warren WattLrs 337 Adams Apel Armstrong, K, Armstrong, P Bates. B. Bates. R. Beck B .-dUu A Bcvilk- Blackmarr Boorcam Bradcn Brown Bursiui (Champion c;hrk Cleagc ClerTn)ns Cowdcn Craig Crutf Curtis rl C- i 9% 338 In what direction are the Tri Deltas moving? It ' s forward — down that yellow brick road picking up honors, beauties, and activities as they go. On the side of the road we find the poor cowardly lion, but WATCH OUT! Here comes the Stars and Crescent leadership, the AWS Treasurer, lAWS Contact Girl, AWS Education Commis- sioner, graduate representative, SGA Senator, Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. ..and are those the " magic shoes " we see on the head Crimson Girl and freshman cheerleader. ' ' The forest is filled with Tri Deltas who are on class councils, AWS committees, as well as honorary members found on both sides of the road. And look — here comes the Witch of the East in her long black judic robe. Unlike the ugly tin woodman who has no heart, the Delta ' s three have sweethearts along with two Pike little sisters. Corolla beauty, and a Corolla Favorite. No, we are smarter than to forget poor " brainless " Scarecrow, but is he on Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, or is he President of the School of Education.- ' Maybe next time. Scarecrow. MM is ' - i ' -x: Delta Delta Delta 0iP A f 4 f©- B f €i f © f f ( PWMfi i... 1 %■ Daniel Day Dear man Den Bt)c-r Dorr IS Evers Fannm Feagm Finch. E. Finch. S. Garner George Gl.ner Goodman Goodwyn Hardesty Harper Harris. Jill Harris. Jo Hawkins. A. Hawkins. J- Hazzard Hipp Hodges Hopkins Ht) ard Inge Jones Kerrigan Kirkman Kuster Lamberth LeBlanc Mallory Massey McCamy McDonald, B. McDonald. E McDonald. £. I. McGonigal Minette Morgan Nelson Nowlin Payne Preston. J Preston, M Ray Reed, J Reed, S Robbins Rodgers, M. Rodgers, S. Savage Shaver Shercr Simpson Sims Smith Staples Stinnet Stone. L, Stone. N. Tate Thuss Turner Vaughn Ventress Waits Ward Weber White Wiggins Wilkerson Williams WiUiford Wilson. E. Wilson. P. Wilson. P. Wilson. N. 339 Allums Arnold Bailey Baughman Bell Bingham Blair Bonner Boyett Brad en Brown. J Brown, S Bunklcy Burton Cain Clark Dark Dinning Dorman Duncan Ellison Faust Fleming Floyd Gentle, J Gentle, S Gilmore i? 340 Anchors Aweigh, D. G., we ' re setting sail — and the Delta Gamma ' s have another successful year at Bama! ' We began our year with a most pleasant surprise. Becky went to our national convention in Dallas this summer and found that we had won two awards — first place in activities for large campuses in the United States and most improved scholarship tor our province (and national keeps threatening to pull us out ) ■We ' ve oiled THE MACHINE, but they still won ' t take us; it seems the initiations are too strenuous for girls. Despite this, Becky got SGA Sorority Representative again, Judy is on A ' WS Board, Betty and Georgia are on Union Council, Georgia is secretary of Panhel- lenic and treasurer for the lA ' WS convention, and Betty Jo is secre- tary of Junior Panhellenic. In the School of Home Economics, Merrell is president of the State Association, vice-president of Phi Upsiion Omicron, and past presi- dent of Agnes Ellen Harris. Judy is vice-president of the school, and Linda is on executive board for AEH —too bad they can ' t even boil water. Lynn, Floy, and Jane monopolize the music department for us, and are president, vice-president, and treasurer of Mu Phi Epsilon — al- most enough to make the Alpha Chi ' s turn in their lyres. ' We have members in Mortar Board, ' Who ' s ' Who, Alpha Lambda Delta, and all the top honoraries, but we ' re not eggheads all the time. To mention a few of our sparklers — Stella was selected a Corol- la favorite for a second year, Lynn is the current Miss Tuscaloosa, Merrell is the head Army ROTC Sponsor. Delta Gamma Griffin Harding Harry Hays Hill Hoscy Huffman Joyncr Kilgrow King Ljyton Li cakos Lunccford Lundy McCaskill McNt-ill Murray Nash Paul Peebles Fritchard Rccd Rice-, I RiLf. M SKian Smith Sncad. Pam Sncad , Par Snipes Snyder Sieigcrwald Stewart Strickland Taylor Terry Thomas Vaughan Wultz W ood W ' ooife 341 Bt-avt-n Bed sole Beclcr Brantley Brown Coleman Davis DeniDuy Dc5 Rochers Donald, I Donald. ' W Downs Dumont Dupre Ferguson Franklin Gray hlutli) Johnston Kendrick I.eacherbury Lewis Luscher Lyons McConnell McGehee McMurphy, E mh E£3r _i.?s, 342 Delta Kappa Epsilon, one ot ' the first social fraternities in existence, was founded at Yale University in 1844. Psi Chapter of DKE, the oldest fraternity in the state of Alabama and the first fraternity on the University campus, has excelled in national competition by being named as one of the top three Deke Chapters in America dur- ing each of the past three years. Competition is based on excellence in the areas of scholarship, chapter operation, alumni relations, chap- ter improvement, and community service. Oflta Kappa EpnUon Delta Kappa Epsilon The past year will be remembered as one where hard work warran- ted itself. Psi Chapter was proud to accept the University ' s two most coveted fraternity awards. By compiling an overall scholastic aver- age of 1.6, DKE was presented the IPC Scholastic Trophy. Athletes in the house also excelled by winning the football, track, tennis, " B " basketball, volleyball, and golf championships, and placing second it! basketball and Softball. This was more than enough to bring home the Intramural All Sports Trophy. Our first place in social standing is clearly demonstrated by our annual Undertaker ' s Ball, Christmas Party, Abe Feldspar ' s Homecoming, and other social functions. Extracurricular activities find three Dekes in the House of Representatives, two members of the Senate, with positions also being held in the IFC, Jasons, ODK, and Who ' s Who. At its founding in 1847, DKE was the only social fraternit) ' on cam- pus. Today DKE remains the only social fraternity ' on campus. McMurphy. J E McMurphy.J S, McNeil Milk-r Nielsen Ntx nan Otts Owen HarJen Fate Patron Pine Powell Ringland Robinson Scott Sledge Smith, F Smith. R Stiinpson Taliaferro Tubb Vow ell Waller Walsh Wells Whitfield W instead 343 Appelman Boyce Caplan Edwards Gilbert Gross Fcinstem Fishbein Fried Friediander Lakin L.vy Lipkin El 344 A DPhiE is a girl of high ideals, part of an everlasting circle of friendship and sisterhood. She is talkative, helpful, ambitious, or full of mischief, dependmg on the situation. A DPhiE is a hardworking, untiring young lady, doing the best she can for her sorority, herself, and her Lfniversity. We are honored by having three members of the AWS Judiciary Council, and one of our sisters serves as " Head ot Judic. " Elaine Sills was selected as " Outstanding Sophomore Woman " by AWS. Three ot our girls are members ot Sophomore Council, and Junior Council is served by two ot our Juniors. Intramurals, Spirit Governing Board, Swan Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spirit Usherettes, and Tri- angle are just a tew ot our many activities and honors we are in- volved in. DPhiE tosters warm, triendly relationships among its sisters and helps a girl to attain the joy and lasting satisfaction ot close and sin- cere friendships. Orlla Hhi Ep«ilon Delta Phi Epsilon w ' QuaM Our DPhiE life is not just a four-year experience, but one that lasts a lifetime and grows richer through the years. This is DPhiE — accom- plishments — friendships — good times — study — a sisterhood shared by girls bound together by devotion to their sorority. DPhiE, located at 904 Colonial Drive, would like to take this oppor- tunity to say " Come visit us. " You ' ll be greeted with a friendly " Hello; we ' re glad you ' re here. " Mazc-r Milkr ( Lcnzky FactLTSon Phillips, A. Phillips. M. Radin Randman Rosen Rousso Schafftr Sills Silverstein. Smith. S Sn )w Srein. J Stern. A Susman Toporck L ' ngar W ' cinstfin eiss Wooll 345 Arnold Badham Bain Bell Bowron Brokan Brown Braynt Bur ford Burns Caldwell Carmack Cherry Coficid Cooke Cox Crokett Cullberson Daniel I Diilard Durant Elrod Falkner Fargason Fletcher l rirz Green Habshey Hardin Hawkins Hayes Henderson Hendrix Hoguc Hoiladay Hoilingsworrh Hosier J £1. £ 346 Delta Eta of Delta Tau Delta has come a long way since it was founded at the University of Alabama on April 25, 1925. Excelling in every phase of school life, the men of Delta Tau Delta have con- stantly lived up to their guiding principle — " the pursuit ot excel- lence " . Delta Tau Delta, like any organization, is only as strong as its mem- bers. The fraternity is not a building, an organization, a bank ac- count, or even a ritual. Thousands of Delts make up the Fraternity, it is essential to the continual success and growth of the Fraternity that every member and all his brothers recognize and accept individ- ual and collective opportunities and responsibilities. Delta Tau Delta is called a " social " fraternity and this classification defines not only the nature but something of the purpose ot the or- ganization. " Social " derives from the word socius, meaning com- panion. Certainly the companionship of friends is the very oxygen ot the fraternity. In the minds of some people, the word " social " has only one synonym: Partyl All right, but this is not the most impor- tant meaning ot the word. It you are studying as hard as you should, you also need time when the pressure is ott. You need relaxation and a rebuilding of interest and energy. We at Delta Tau Delta be- lieve that enjoyable social activity is earned — it is a reward for work performed. A fraternity can not have as its only purpose the " fun life " of college. We at Delta Tau Delta tlnd that our biggest assett for college enjoy- ment through principle. We find it much easier to make our social lite of greater enjoyment through parties and other social events, and to strive for better academic status. The close relationship form- ed between brothers inspires each to try for better advancement through an atmosphere of friendly competition. On the football field or in class, a Delt tries for the best. It is the feeling of wanting to do better that makes a fraternity operate, and the men of Delta Tau Delta work for the best. Delta T lTDelta O C - i.M Howell Ivins lolinston joncs king Lang Icy LovL-man Loyd Milit-r Mosely Poole Prcscoti Rjgsdalc- R.imcy Riall Robt-rrs Ross Sht.-lii.-jn(.- Starling Tatc Thomas Thompson Travis Tumlin Umphrey Warns Whitf Whitfield 347 Alfhans Anderson Blackmun Blount, M Blount Boyd Brock, A, Brock. R, Brook Brown Burks Campbell Currell Chivington Coates Counts, R Counts, S- Crawford Crumston Dahlke Dicks Dodsin Doolittle Durnak fi f r i- C 4 I I 348 It ' s the house on Magnolia Drive with the green rocking chairs, pro- viding food and shelter tor a group of girls that Delta Zeta ' s found- ers in 1902 could never have imagined. It ' s been a good year, as years go. Claudia Robinson, home from Miami as Miss Alabama Universe and a finalist in the Miss U.S.A. contest there, settled down long enough to be a University cheer- leader, an AFROTC sponsor, a Homecoming Queen finalist and a Corolla Favorite. Debbie Chivington, our other traveling beauty, un- packed her bags and decided to stay a while. After representing Ala- bama as Jantzen Smile Girl in Hawaii and as Model of the Year in New York, " Chivi " now only travels up and down the quadrangle as Army ROTC sponsor. ' Vicki Lowe added Corolla Favorite to her long list of beauty honors. On the sweetheart scene, Evelyn Glover is Phi Sigma Kappa Moon- light Girl; Pam Humble is Delta Chi Indian Princess; Barbara Kelly is Lambda Chi pledge sweetheart and Sandy Thomas is the new sweetheart of Alpha Kappa Psi. Kaye Moore, Sylvia O ' Rourke, Pam Humble and Pat Smith were Bama Belles. On the campus political scene, we were equally well -represented. Beth Pollard was named Outstanding Junior ' Woman last spring. She and Pam Smith were named to ' Who ' s ' Who in American Col- leges and Universities and tapped into Mortar Board. DZ claimed two members of AWS Board of Directors (Beth, senior representative and Anita Gates, publicity chairman). ' We have three officers of Spirit including its president, Linda Shield. Along with 1-4 members of Triangle, Delta Zeta ' s were everywhere spread- ing sunshine in various honoraries, class councils and just plain clubs. Just what the rest of us were doing, we ' re not sure. But we brought back several awards from our national convention in St. Louis, in- cluding the coveted Founders Award (which is presented, inciden- tally, to only two universities in the country), so it must not have been too bad. Delta Zeta h -J • -ri tK - Franklin Friday Gates Gaubi-Tt Giddtns Greenlee Grier Gnffin Hallmark Harrison Helms Hoi low ay Horron Hughes Humble- Jensen Johnson Jones Jordon Kelly Kilpa crick Lewis Lindsey Logsdon Lowe Loyd Lynch Magel Mapes Marsh Mace. C. Mate. J. Medders McNeil Miller Moore, J. Newton Palmer Par due Pollard Posey Potts Pruitt Re id Shield Shuretc Smith. F Smith. P C Smith. P J Sullivan Thomas ' ickers Walton Ward. J Ward. I Ward. I White Whitlock Woodman ' oung M 349 Acec Adair Alford Armbrfsrcr Be- a si try Bell Bishop Brown Burwell Clark Cobb Criswfll Crook Davis, S. Davis. V. Drehcr Gibson Gould J gk lgyyH f- A ' - ' 0, f hLA |B5V ' fi 350 Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1865 under the guidance of General Robert E. Lee tor the purpose ot perpetuating the ideals of ot the true southern gentleman. Alpha Beta Chapter was founded in 1885 and since has continually been regarded as a leader on the Ala- bama campus. In consistently maintaining scholastic excellence, enjoying winning athletic programs, and having an eventful social life. Alpha Beta is ■well respected by the other Greeks and Independents as well. Contmuing our good record in extracurricular activities. Alpha Beta ' s Paul Clark was elected vice-president of the Student Govern- ment Association and Brother Tony Davis was also successful in his campaign for the House of Representatives. Brothers Clark and Ken Rodgers received two of the highest honors presented to male students at the University when they were tapped into Jasons and Omicron Delta Kappa. Our social season began with the Rose Formal where our ideal Southern Belle, Sandee McRee, was chosen as Kappa Alpha Rose. After the highlights of football season, we roared into second semes- ter with many of the Brother ' s favorite party, Highlanders. In May, we enjoyed our most spectacular social event. Old South, when the Confederacy was reborn for a day and the sounds of Rebel yells and sights of Southern Belles created an unforgettable atmosphere. In all achievements, KA ' s are bound by strong bonds of brother- hood. ' We believe that Kappa Alpha is not merely a social fraternity, but truly a way of life. K ppa Alpha Kappa Alpha Heaps He am Hineslcy HoUoway Howard H umber Jabour James Johnston Jones Keeling Kenmorc King Lawrence McKinney McLeod McRae Midgley Mitchell Montgomer ' Morgan Nor veil OSteen Phillips Randolph Reich Roberis Robertson Rogers Russell Seale Thomas Walker W ' haley W ' hitmire Wilkinson Williams Wilson Wooldndge 351 Baars Barn hart Bcnnttr Boswcll DDudrt-aux Brnuks Burks Caffey Chcnault Clay Conovcr Coo ley Cooper Cox Cunningham Curtis Dillard Drenncn Ellison Emory England Epperson FerguMiii Frerkin Gardner t.ibson Gt.)IJthwaire G reer Grefe Grcsham Grier Hal! f ¥ V ' p 352 K.app.1 Alphii Theta, the first Greek letter traternit)- known among women, retains its tradition and yet fresh outk)ok through chapters hke Delta Omicron. Only three years old on the University of Ala- bama campus, Theta has already contributed much to campus lead- ership and scholarship as well as to campus beautiflcationi Class councils, honoraries, AFROTC sponsor, fraternity sweethearts. Corolla beauty, and Homecoming Queen; all are indicative of the diversified interests and activities that Thetas excel in. But accom- plishments such as these are only part of being a Theta. It is not just the joy of campaigning for a sister and winning, the proudness ot being nominated to an honorary, or the excitement of winning a beauty contest. There is much more to being a Theta than this. The feeling w-hich results trom knowing that each sister is your friend can provide enough power to force the clouds away any day. Aside from the more solemn moments, Thetas manage to squeeze an unbelievable amount of activities, studies, laughter, and hin into each day. From closed rush to finals, Thetas stay on the move, whe- ther in intramural sports, political clubs, or doing voluntary work at the Veterans Administration Hospital. From the beginning of foot- ball season, Thetas backed the team by stirring spirit at pep rallies and making signs for the games. At Homecoming, pledges presen- ted the " Bear Facts of Histor} ' " in the parade, and Susan Squiteri, our Homecoming Queen was presented at the game. The excite- ment and business subsided for a short while until December when our Pledge Formal was held at the Racquet Club. After exams came, one ot Theta ' s biggest events was the kite-flying for all initiates. And with the arrival of spring, Thetas again participated in Bama Day events. Although this may be the end of another year, it is only the beginning for Kappa Alpha Theta at Alabama. Kappa Alpha Theta M M Hancs Hanks Heard Ht-nninger HiII Jeter Jones, B Jones, C. Kane Kcenan Kinney Lewis Little L ieb McCullough Moore, K. Moore. M. Neale Raines Richardson Roberts Scarborough Scott Selmah Shiliinburg Smith, A. Smith. C. Spi 7 Squiteri. L. Squit eri, S. Thomas Walsh Walters VC ' atson West Wilson Wright 353 Abercombit Adams Alky Anderson Baiky Beauchamp Bennett Bc-rry BlSSL-ll Bk-dsoc Bow den Brooks Brown, R. Buie Burnam Bush Byrd Clay Click Cole Coley, N. Coley, P. Collier Converse Cook Cox Du Teil Ennis Flits Frazer Gaillard Greer Halsey Hamlett Hines Hines Howell V f f 9 f fO fJf 354 We, the KD ' s, being the first sorority on the Universit) ' ot Alabama campus, are always the last to turn down a good time. Our present location (and we ' re holding it in spite of midnight raids by certain male personalities) is the head ot First Circle. Despite weekly trips to Nick ' s and Frank ' s, Kappa Delta ' s have made themselves known on campus by their participation in vari- ous clubs and activities. Rosa Hamlett still belongs to every AWS committee on campus and has convinced a tew ot the rest ot us to fol- low her example. Mil Ennis, our pre-med honor student, is also the Most Outstanding Transfer Woman ot the year. Although we can ' t claim any Phi Beta Kappa keys (we ' d rather have church keys, any- way ), Jo Willis was tapped tor Mortar Board. Other KD ' s member- ship include ' ' WCA, Spirit, Triangle, all the class councils, and many campus honoraries. Mary Kate Meredith even ranked presi- dent ot her honor club. Seven ot our members are on the Dean ' s List — for this semester, anyway. In spite of the rumor that it was only because Dana Clay is editor of the C-W, we have had our share ot Bama Belles this year. Our Fiji Flapper and our two Pike Little Sisters, Patty Strain and Linda Mar- tin, are among the best known personalities on compus. And the only reason we don ' t have sweethearts at the ATO, Deke, Phi, and SAE houses is because they don ' t have them. It ' s easy to see that KD ' s are everywhere and everything( ?). We ' ll be more than happy to give anyone who wants them some " pointers " on how we have achieved such a name for ourselves. Just give us a call— if you can get one through our busy circuits and if someone will answer when you do. Kappa Delta I f ©f a f i p ©0 f ' . ft " f ' 9 k ,1 1 • 4 . Tm. Huntf r 9k Hutchinson i Jackson, J. r -y Jackson. M. " - - James Johnson Johnston Jorilan, E. Jordan, K. Kelley — i fc. Kyscr I k Lamer r Lcc T " W Lcimbacli X ' -X Lever I Lewis w Martin i " Marzon May ■ McCIendon ■■liMllI Meredith JPm " ™ Mitchell M. t Muore 1 " r Morthland Wv ' MuUins JiLLy Nichols f Nou|in Partridge Pcrr ' Phifer . Mi Puellnitz ' Price M jm Plummer ma, Rainer » --- f Rast. M, v Rast. N, Rhodes Robertson Sanders Simpkins _ Smith- m Spighi 9 Starling t " Starnes M-e- A Strain • ' " Tare Ir Terry Thames Thompson Tudor i K Waitzman mP Ward S- B Waters ■P Whatley lkt- l Wheeler WilUs Wise- Woollen Wright Yealde 355 Abc-le A [hey Banks Beauchamp Benton Beville Biggs Brown Buerger, D Buerger, S. Burroughs Carpenter Carroll Carver Chalkiey Childs Cook Cope land Crysler Cunningham Dai ley Dickson Dominick. C Dominick. S Donald, M M. Donald, M R Dugins DuPre Evans Finney Fonde -J I « Sf na 0 ST - f Hfc 1 B nfl 1 ■ ■i 33 K ' rfc ( E. ■ l 9l HnL n JH B W4 ii j H T H tojH R =S H H 356 Those of us who have our University Headquarters at 901 Colonial Drive admit we ' re prejudiced, but we think Kappas are pretty spe- cial people. We ' re not all outstanding beauties, though we have our share of those, too. (Just flip the page and look at Corolla Beauty Butfie Cox and Corolla Favorite Betty Wilson.) We know we ' re not all intellec- tuals, but we did work hard to stay No. 1 scholastically on campus. Athletics aren ' t our strongest claim to fame, but we play volleyball and ping-pong with the best ot them. Sure, we ' re proud to have the president of IVIortar Board, the new freshman cheerleader, a Crimson Girl, and the Sweetheart ot Sigma Chi among our ranks. You ' ll find Kappas in campus politics, clubs, and honoraries; we ' re well represented. But we also have great fun getting ready for Homecoming parades, Sigma Chi Derby, frater- nity parties, and our pledge formal, to name just a few sideline acti- vities. So, you see, it ' s hard to explain what makes Kappas special. We en- joy being students, females, football fans, scholars, sweethearts, poli- ticians, the works. . . . But most of all, we enjoy just being Kappas. I M. i Kappa Kappa Gamma li rtfit a I ' t V ' M ! W r Fuwlc-r Gaskin Glcnz Gt)rdy Grj ' cii Griff in Hjcktr Hijd HillarJ Hint-s Hughston Inzer }m K up pel King Kling LaJd Lane Lathram Ltaclu-rbury Lott. I Lutt. " M Lutz Lyons Maley M an [el Martin McCabe McCaffeny M.H.dy.j, Moody. V, Mocirc Morrison Nicol Norwood O ' Conner Parker Pearson Phifer Phillips Pitts Porch R add iff Reinschmidt Richardson Roberts Rogers Sandord Sellers Shammon Sikes Stallworth Stewart Stowe Sullivan Sweeney Taylor Thames Thomas Tidwell Tindell Urguhart Wager Weaver Webb White. D. White, E Wilhamson W ilson. B W ilson. C. 357 Adams Anderson Andrews Arnold Barr Bishop Blake Bromley, C. Bromley. T, Brown, D Brown. H. Chapman. C. Chapman, J. Cochran Cope land Cusic Davis Deshazo Dunham Duval Ellis Espy Flowers Fry Gibson Gilchrist Glover Godsey Hant ' S Hartc Helson Hogg Key Klein Langford Lanier Lawrence Leaman Lewis Lumpkin McBrayer Mclntttsh Ek jik t LMtL 358 Nationally, Kappa Sigma is one hundred years old this year, and here at Beta Chapter we are celebrating our ninety-ninth year at the LIniversity of Alabama. We at Beta are proud of the history and tra- dition of our fraternity, but history and tradition do not make a fraternity; the real test for a fraternity is an intangible feeling of closeness and oneness called Brotherhood and that is Kappa Sigma. By working together here at Beta we have accomplished a great deal. Last year one of our brothers, [oe Espy, was elected to the high- est office on campus, the presidency of the Student Government Association. Also " Big " John Godsey was elected Vice-President of the School of Commerce and Business Administration, Jim Lang- ford was elected to the House of Representatives, and Mick McMul- len is serving as Business Manager of the Corolla. Four out of the past five years, we have won the intramural All- Sports Trophy for the large fraternity league and are on our way to winning it again this year. After politics and sports, we decided to relax and turn to partying. We have a party after every football game ( a few start before the game) and, of course, we have our traditional parties such as the Blue Christmas Formal and the Black and White Formal in May. We also have a house party every year in Panama City. With the sororities, we have the usual pledge swaps and coffees plus house parties with the Alpha Gam ' s and Chi O ' s and our annual Cham- pagne Party with our Sweetheart ' s sorority. Of course, there are many more parties such as the Polynesian Costume Party, French Cafe Party, and Mini-Skirt Party. Believe it or not, we do find time to study. Last year we finished fifth in overall fraternity averages and were well above the all-men ' s average. We also initiated the highest per- centage of pledges among the fraternities on campus. We have brothers in all the top honoraries on campus including three in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, three in ODK, and two in Jason ' s. There are also Kappa Sigs m Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Tau, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, and Phi Mu Epsilon. There is an individual who has contributed a great deal to Kappa Sigma in just four years and is not a brother, but is still an important part of our fraternity. This is our lovely and dedicated housemother, Mrs. Gladys Roberts. Kappa Sigma has accomplished a great deal in the last few years, but we do not dwell on the past but are continually looking toward the future. Kappa Sixma gma McLellan MacMuUan Mcon Mitchell Montgomery O ' Brien Oswalt Parnsh Ploit Porter Ram age Reeder Reicmeyer Ritchie Roberts Romand Saunders Schev Scott Searcy Sessions Skekon Smallwood Smith Spencer Stock ham Taylor Theiss Tinney Van Tassel Weed 359 Akc-rs, M Akers. D. Amick Banks Berry Butterly Ryrd Campbell Cancel Carnes Ciemenr Cobern Cole Colgiazicr Corington Corley Crane Cunningham Delacruz Doughty Douglass Drake Falkner Finnan Flynn Garrett Gilliam vr f ' B ' • ' F -m 360 I Fraternity — the spirit of Brotherhood. This phrase is the basic prin- ciple that we live by, both in word and in deed. Lambda Chi Alpha has proved this by pledging the best men on campus and inspiring them to become better men. Alpha Phis fort) ' -man pledge class typifies the amazing growth of Lambda Chi Alpha nationally. Founded in 1909, Lambda Chi now is the second largest national fraternity in reference to number of chapters with over 100,000 initiates. At Lambda Chi Alpha a conscious effort is made to help each man to develop himself to the best of his ability. The first responsibility that a student has to himself and to his family is " making the best grades. " Therefore this becomes Lambda Chi ' s chief goal. Our next goal is to develop our men socially, physically, and spiritually. One of the ways we achieve this is by participating in all extracurricular activities. This past year proved to be a very fruitful one for Alpha Phi. The IFC Man of the Year award was given to a Lambda Chi. We re- ceived the award for the most significant contribution to the IFC city -wide public service project by collecting the most food in the IFC Thanksgiving Food Drive. Nationally, we won first place in Public Relations at our General Assembly in Dallas this past August. We are working toward bigger and better things in the coming year. Lambda Chi Alpha f: ' 1 « m Graves. S Gnfhn Ht-dgspL-ch Hi am lunkins K can in Kc-lk-y Kine Kucnarski Langford Laning. D Laning. P Lantrip Largin Lung LovL ' lady Mann M(.-rzgLr Miller Milton Morgan Partcsotti pL-nningron Pitts Rambo Ross RusslII Surtecs Swano ' Thornton Walters Wilkes Wiseman 361 Anderson Andrews Ba ell Bailey Beckham Seville Boswell Bradley Chason Clem Cordcrx Daigo pufFee Finley Fowlices, H 362 " A fraterniry is the sum ot " the memories stored up by generations of alumni, plus the cumulative experiences from freshman to senior. It is the helping hand. It is the deep sentiment of fellowship without which life is barren. " This quotation seems to express what fraterni- ties, especially Phi Delta Theta, are all about. For the men of Alabama Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta, the academic year 1968-69 has proved to be a very interesting one; yes, we could even venture to say that this has been a most eventful and encouraging one. i. iA Phi Delta Theta Sparked by a fine pledge class that included both scholars and athletes, and some of a rare mixed variety, the Phi ' s began their ninety-first year on campus astonishing everyone, including them- selves, by exhibiting a renewed fraterniry spirit. Phi ' s found them- selves involved in all sorts of campus activities: SGA Senate, Varsity Golf Team, Cadet Officers ' Clubs of both the Army and Air Force, Homecoming Committee. Freshman Football Team, Phi Eta Sigma, and Beta Alpha Psi. Our football team lost only a couple of games, and our basketball and Softball teams surprised everyone. If our scholastic efforts succeed, this will be our third year in a row in the upper third of fraterniry ' grades. Socially, the Phi House (you know, across from the Gorgas Home and the A P) found itself second to none. Indeed, it has been a year to remember at Phi Delta Theta. " iJOflxrf ' " Goodwyn Greene Hardin Hollon Jordan Lee Luckie McGnff Milhoust Mitchell Norvell O ' Connor Pugh Rice Row ell Rudder Sanders Shaw Springfield Tilly Trammell Walthrall Walton, J. Walton. R Wilson, 1. Wilson. V Wood, D Wood, J. 363 Blum Blumtrficld Bond Capian Crayne Doblin Davis il N . ' „■! V " ■ ' • ' • I ' " r - " - - ' ■ ' ■•■ 364 The men ot Phi Epsilon Pi tniternity have had another great year under the leadersiiip ot Bert Lakin, president. The highlight of the year was our Al Hirt in Concert Show put on for the benefit ot the Bryce-Partlow Memorial Chapel tund, the first show of its kind to be presented by a fraternity on the Alabama campus. Our members distinguished themselves in all forms of university life. We boast the president of the Alabama Union:; the president of the Commerce School, the business manager of the Corolla, the president of Hillel, the Political-Affairs editor of the Crimson- White, the Cultural Chairman tor the Alabama Union and repre- sentation in Whos Who ot American Colleges and Universities, just to name a few. In sports we were in the top five contenders for the All-Sports Trophy, and we look even better tor the tuture. Our Founder ' s Day Party featured such entertainment as Benny Spellman and Clarence " Frogman " Henry. We are looking forward to more parties with such name entertainment as John Lee Hooker, Rufus Thomas, and Gary U.S. Bonds. Our thanks must of course go out to our housemother Mrs. Katie Entin. Aunt Katie is with us for the second year, and if she stays much longer, which we certainly hope she does, we will become probably the most spoiled bunch of boys on the Alabama Campus. Phi Epsilon Pi © p O jE? P © Erdberg Friedman Good so 11 Grant Handwcrgcr Jafte Kemp Landdw Levy Mandell Mdler. F, Miller. M Nash Page Raymun Reznik Rosenbaum Rothstein Rousso Rudnick Schneider Schulwolf Shcmper Sheridan Shevin Shinbaum Siiberkraus Sokol Soloman. D Soloin.in. M Stein Srcrn Stillman Susman Teninbaum. L Teninbaum. P W ' einstem Whire Zion 365 Barelare Barnts Broome Brown Carngan 366 Founded in 1855, Theta chapter ot ' Phi Gamma Delta celebrated its ll4th year on the University of Alabama campus. Theta is the third oldest chapter of Phi Gamma Delta in existence today. We were the second fraternity to establish a chapter at the University ot Alabama, and the first to build a house on this campus. This year marks the Phi Gam ' s third year m our beautihil new home located on the original fraternity row. Thanks to tremendous sup- port from our alumni we were able to construct the new house on our original lot within three years after the old house was destroyed by fire. Phi Gamma Delta Socially wc had an outstanding year. Our two " Quietly Restrained " parties, FIJI Island, and Roaring Twenties, along with the Black Diamond Formal and Pig Dinner were the highlights ot the year. We also held our annual Christmas party for underprivileged children with the Kappas. Gifts, songs, and our own fat FIJI Santa Claus made it a great success. We look forward to a prosperous and exciting year in 1969 and 1970 when the white star will once again shine on the University campus, making us all proud to be Phi Gam ' s. Clapp Cochrane Coffman Coleman Cunningham Dubson Dunn Field Forrester Pouts Gillespie Goodwin Heard Hines. J Keene Kerr Kilgore Lancaster Mack in McDonough McLeod Meriwether Monroe Murphy Noien Nunn Ogburn Owens Park Reese Richardson Robbins Roden Sax ton Sims Slaughter South Teel Thames Thomas Walters 367 Armstrong Bradford Burttram Clay Corina Davis Dennis Dillard Dillon Freehling Glass Guntcr 368 Phi Kappa Psi came to the University of Alabama at the invitation of the Interfraternity Council in the spring of 1962. With the help of Dr. Louis D. Corson, Ralph D. Daniel, and Dr. John F. Ramsey, a small group of men was organized. The colony grew and prospered during the 1962-1963 school year while occupying the former Sig- ma Alpha Mu fraternity house. In the spring of 1963, plans were to purchase the present dwelling, the former Pi Kappa Alpha house. The fraternity again moved ahead with a strong rush in the tall of 1963. On February 29, 1964, the Alabama Alpha colony was granted a charter. At this time, 24 men were initiated. In a span of four short years, eight) ' -nine brothers have been initiated. With the fine pledge class that we now have, we are sure to far surpass our centennial this semester. Phi Kappa Psi i Harris Higeins Hodson Humphreys Kanelus Larson Lawrence Nfarkovic Masingill McAdams Menll Mitchell Moir Moon Morris Muilins Newberry- Olszewski ONeal Owens Pike Prickett Rainey Raleigh Ray field Reese Rouse Saxon Stakes Standridge Thompson Tidwell vX ' ebb VC ' d banks Williams. M. Williams. W. 369 Ackerman Bailey Bray Brownlee Cannon Childs Curry Gunter Garrisun Hardtrman Houston, I Houston. ' iiifiiiiivn 370 Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at the University ' of Pennsylvania in 1850. Since then, it has grown into an international fraternal or- ganization with chapters in the United States and Canada. Alpha Kappa Chapter, established at the University ' in 1903, has consistently set high standards tor itself both scholastically and socially. Our parties rank among the best on campus. This year was highlighted by our Indian Party, Christmas Formal, and the annual Homecoming blow-out welcoming our alumni. Completing our active social calendar will be the Rags-to-Riches weekend this spring, when we will crown our Cinderella Girl. Scholastically, we remain among the top fraternities on campus. We have brothers in Who ' s Who, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Debate, advanced ROTC and other organizations at the University. Pht Kappa St|!;Tna Phi Kap igma Proud to be part ot the fine tradition ot Phi Kappa Sigma, we are looking forward to another successhil year at the Capstone. Johnston Jones. H. Jones. P- Jones, R Lamar Law son Lunc Mann Messersmich Mixon Moseiey Phill.ps. R A Phillips. R Prescort Rawls Reynolds Sailer Shoults Spencer Springer Upchurch Vann Vauen Weil Windom 371 Alien Anderson Andercon Armistead Atkins Barnes Barr Bonner Boyd Boswell Brown Bryant Buchanan Burdette Burgess Caldwell Callaway Canzoneli Carey Chabannes Collins. J. Collins, R Cornelius Corthell Cranford Dahon BJLlj! ' i © •iGa.« ' % . ' f. ' 372 The second oldest national sororit} ' . Phi Mu, was founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia in 1852. Alpha Zeta Chapter of Phi Mu. established in 19. 1, at the University of Alabama, has up- held the high standards set forth by our founders — love, honor, truth — which bind us together in an everlasting sisterhood. The colors, rose and white, the flower, and the Phi Mu pin are the out- ward symbols of the friendship and sisterhood shared by all of our members and our responsibility of upholding the Southern tradi- tion of noble womanhood. We feel that the individual and her development are the prime factors in sorority life and our sorority- revolves around the development of each sister ' s fulfillment. This year Phi Mu has been active in all aspects of campus life at the University — Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties; Mortar Board; Dean ' s List; AWS Sophomore Representative; AWS Sorority Representative; AWS Committee members; Alpha Lambda Delta; Triangle; and other honorary fraternities; Corolla Beauty; Corolla Favorite; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart; Alpha Kappa Psi Alternate Sweetheart; President of Panhellenic; Presi- dent of Junior Panhellenic; Army ROTC Sponsor; Commander of Air Force ROTC Angel Flight; Outstanding Freshman Woman. Scholarship, accomplishment, companionship, good times, laugh- ter — this is Phi Mu — a sisterhood shared by girls bound together by their service to the ideals of love, honor, truth. Picture the ideal girl — and she ' s a Phi Mu. Phi Mu PhiMu amf A -M © I a,o a i fi % , f f Davis Dulaney Eilerman Garrett Gates Goodling Gri-L-rn.- Grar Hammond Hamn Harris Harrison Hemphill Henr ' Holm stock Huehes Fariow Feazel Feriisi Endley Fishwick Jernigan Johnson. N Johnston Jordan Kimbrell Lewis Lorenza L(. v,Ty Martin McCord Merriam Miller, B Miller. P Nixon Par rote Pate Payne Petri PhiHips Reeves Reid Robinson slaughK Smit enter th. A. Smith, K Sta n berry Steele Sukiennik Taylor Thigpin Thomas Thompson ' anct- Vingle Walker, I Walker, I W ' ates WiUis Wilkins Wood. C Vv ' ood, E. Wood. J. 373 Allen Baker, G. Baker. J Brelz i dtM Carmichael Chappell Cooiey Davis » f 374 With the 1968-69 school year looming on the horizon. Phi Sigs were preparing to " bust through " in typical fashion. For instance, a supercool squeal night party kicked things off for us. Spirit and Brotherhood flowed and flowed and flowed. We laughed in the face of danger for our unity was strong. Our sign took third place in the Vandy poster contest (truthfully we think we should have won hands down, but those were the breaks). As this copy goes to press, we feel that our potential is unlimited. Our men are busy with the extracurricular work. Phi Sigs occupy positions of leadership in Universin,- athletics, military societies, literary publications, and band, to name a few such programs. We also study a little sometimes and our scholarship rating has been consistently high. This is just one aspect of our cardinal principles, without which our brotherhood would be meaningless. To promote brotherhood — to stimulate scholarship — to develop character: these cardinal principles guide our brothers, making each one able to say " I ' m proud to be a Phi Sig " and really mean it. Phi Siirma Kappa Phi Sigma Kappa mm 173 Hvercst Hardy Hcrndun Hoit HughL-s Lapt Lapidc-s MjcDunald Michik Miller MurJi Murphy Murri-ll Reding Shtplierd Swil ' t VC.lds ()r[h Winder Wcddle Wcwdruff 375 Ad nee Alexander Akin Ambrose Ayer, A Ayer, S Baldwin Barber Beavers Benson Boehm Calvert Carter Clark Coker Conyers Coppedye Couch. J Couch, M Cusick Davies Duffcy Dunn Duct Eckels Englc Farb Ferguson Galvin Garretr Gaut Goldman Gunn Hamil Hamilton Haney Hayes Herbert. I Herbt-rt, M Hershiser Hodnett Pm .1 % . ' - % M , V r €) !• a 6 1 1 W i r H ■ ■ 1 1 1 1 n Z jfi r 1 1 ' jSB 1 376 Alabama ' s Pi Phi ' s have a definite tendency to excel, and the year 1968 proved no exception. ' With typical enthusiasm, we joined in campus activities and walked away with honors in every field. Campus organizations of every description felt the strength of Pi Phi leadership. The vice-president and transfer representative of A ' WS are Pi Phi ' s. We had three Mortar Board members, two girls in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, two SGA Senators, and three school officers. Many girls serve in various clubs from Triangle to Universit} ' Players. Pi Phis hit the bxjoks and came out third on campus in scholarship and added two more girls to Alpha Lambda Delta. Almost halt the chapter boasted a 2.0 or better. There is an old saying that beauty and brains don ' t mix, but once again Pi Phi proved this wrong. We are well represented at the football games with a cheerleader, a Crimson Girl and Miss Alabama to our credit. We also have a ROTC sponsor and an executive officer in the Air Force ROTC. Two Pi Phi ' s were selected as Favorites at the Corolla Beauty Ball; we also boast two fraternity sweethearts and an athletic hostess. It ' s been an exciting year, full of activity. Perhaps the highest point was winning the Sigma Chi Derby chorus line. It was a thrill because the whole chapter worked together. And, after all, the best part of being a Pi Phi is the joy and reward that sisterhood brings. Pi Beta Phi P k k Q e .. Howell Ingalls Jackson kiely King Landers Leech Lenzi Letton Lord Lyons NIal lory- Marks Massey McLemore McKic McMulIin McNeely Mitchem Moore M or agues Munson Newman Nichols Nolan Nolcn Owens Patterson Pickron Ragsdaie Rector Reid Robertson Rodenberr ' Rudolph Rush Ru[h Salncrs Satrerfield Shanks Shimoda Sims Smith Snow Spiegel Spottswood Stephen Siokes Tare, D Tate. M Tate, M T Temple Thorworth Vinyard Ward Wherry Williams Wood Wright. S-F. Wright, S,S, 377 Baires Baker, A Baker. R Barnett Baver Bennc-tr Byrd Cooper. K Cooper. P- 378 Gamma Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Uni- versity of Alabama in 192-4 for the purpose of carrying on the traditions and ideals originally fostered by six ex -confederate soldiers at the University of Virginia in 1868. These men sought more than just a social club, and their ideals and values have helped make Pi Kappa Alpha mean more than that to us. Aside from our normal activities involving frequent visits to the Capstone ' s finest sororit) ' houses, we have achieved several other noteworthy accomplishments on campus. Pikes are: Secretary-trea- surer of the Student Government Association, Off-Campus Rep- resentative in the House of Representatives, members of Jasons and Omicron Delta Kappa honories, and chairman of the Campus Blood Drive. Additionally, Pi K A was first on campus to accept a foreign student to live and eat with us under the I.F.C. sponsored program aiding those students. We are also proud of our many brothers who serve here on the University Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha is extremely proud this year to have initiated the Little Sisters of the Shield and Diamonds, a program which has grown to be quite large on other campuses, but which we introduced on this campus. On the social side, our parties still draw more crowds than any others on campus, which speaks for itself And despite everything, Roman Holiday gets better every year. What else need be said? On top of ever) ' thing else, we stand to go nowhere but up in the future, aided by the pledging of Alabama ' s sharpest pledge class in quite a while. Pi Kappii M( iiR ,v Pi Kappa Alpha Cordell Davis De Young Gargis Gates Godwin Goodwin Graves Gray Green Griffin Haedicke Harmon Harvill Landers Laubscher Mangum Marlar Mason McCaleb McCurdy M cGuigan McWilTiams Musso OBrien Payne Phillips Powell Quackenbush Rabon Reynolds Rmgland Shaddix Sizemore Smirh, B Smirh. T Streit Swann FavK.r, M Taylor. R Townsend Tucker Vickens Warren Wehby Wcidman Wermuth Woodall 379 Acker Allen Atkins Bailey. E Bailey. F Barton Bates Bivuna.J Bivona, J,S. Bright Brown, j Brown. L Casey Campbell Cedarhulm Cobble Crapps Davidson Dendy Dichiara Doyle Edmnndson Eubanks Ezell ) © P P 1, 380 The Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi believes that growth is one of the most significant aspects of an institution. Pi Kappa Phi is growing in many ways. The roots of friendship are continuously spreading deeper and deeper into the foundation of our fraternity to hold each member fast in loyalty and brotherhood. Our chapter is constantly working on new means to improve its academic status. Also, our fraternity house is growing. We have added on a much needed party room and chapter room. An important objective ot a growing fraternity is its contribution to the school. Pi Kappa has members who participate in such areas as: Cotillion Club, Chairman of Spirit, Honors Program, Varsity ath- letics. Homecoming Committee, Chairman ot the Colonel Butler Gift Fund, Judiciary Committee of the IFC, Chairman of the Faculty Evaluation Committee for the School of Commerce, Presi- dential Problems Committee, and other similar activities. Our social events are well known on campus. The first semester is highlighted by our " Star " Formal, when the new fraternity sweet- heart is announced. Later on in the year, we have our Riverboat Party, which has long been a spectacular tradition of Pi Kappa Phi. The pride we take in our social events, we also take in our sports activities. We participate in all areas of intramural sports from foot- ball to ping pong. Growth! That ' s what it ' s all about. We of Pi Kappa Phi have grown tremendously and we ' re still going. Pi Kappa Phi Pi Kappa Phi Finley Godbold Grimes Hall Hosmer Hudson King Uwis Lucas McAlpin Melody Morgan Morris Moss Newmann Norton Raines Ramsey Robinson, Rnhiiison, Kushmg RussL ' ll Sellers Shields Sims Smith Spiceland Stephens Stewart Stokes Strickland Taylor Teal Terry- Thomas Thompson. R. T Thompson. R W Turner Ty lander Vassar Vickery Vinson W ' hitaker Whitfield Wolke W ' ymer Za itz 381 Ackcrman Alien. C Allen, C. H Arendall Arnold Beadle Bolton Bowron Campbell Carroll Chappelle Childs Crocker. M Crocker, V Dorlon Fowler. C Fowler, R Griffin Gunderson Hammock Hawkins Hid en H in ton Howell Hughes 382 Alabama Mu of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is proud to be a part ol the historical background of the University of Alabama. SAE was founded here, March 9, 1856, twent ' -five years after the establish- ment of the University. We hold the distinction of being the only one of the major national fraternities founded in the Deep South. Since our founding, SAE has grown along with the University of Alabama to become the most prominent fraternity both on this campus and in the nation as well. Continuing in its role of leadership, Alabama Mu received this year the runner up position to the John O. Mosely Award presented to the most outstanding SAE chapter in the nation. In the line of scholastic achievement and leadership, we have had the highest combined scholastic average over the last decade. We are, as always, active in all phases of extracurricular activities. Excelling in sports, SAE won both sportsmanship trophies awarded to fraternities. We are also well represented in many honorary organizations. Sif a Alpha Ep»ilon Sigma a Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, both nationally and locally, intends to main- tain its high standards of mental, social, and moral development. We maintam here at Alabama Mu that a fraternity stands for more than merely a social club. We feel that it is rather an institution which must provide leadership in preparing the college man for better meeting life outside the University. This we consider our foremost objective and intend in this way to make the coming year one of the most successful that we have ever had. We look for vast accomplishments, sustained leadership, and continued initiative. Humphries Huncer Hyde Jackson Johnson Leigh. J. Leigh. R. Luebkc Mathis McCowan McGahey Miller Moffett Moore Morphew Neal Ozbien Partridge. E, Partridge. W. Pond Rame Reid Robinson, C. Robinson. T. Roger Roton Samuel Schuster Simmons Smith Snyder Thompson Tucker Walker Whatley. C. Whaclcy. R. W ' llbanks. G. Wiibanks. R. Wilson, D, Wilson, H, 383 Adams Avery Beck Blankenship Boykin Brown Cash. S, Cash. T Catlin Chirwood Clements Corazzari Tw " Culver Damson Davidson M . k J « 1 ■1 ■Mj 1 H ■ l k H ( i ■ IbmI I M i m l The most solid of all, the most famous of all, one of the largest fraternities in America — this is SIGMA CHI. For niner) ' -two years, the Sigs have been at the very top ot the fraternity system at Alabama. 1968-69 has been no exception. This was the year we moved into our new " Sigmansion " , the largest house on campus and by far the most beautitul. This was the year that one of our brothers was the ' 69 COROLLA editor; one was head cheerleader and another a varsit) ' cheerleader; three Sigs played ball for the Bear; and two brothers were members of the SEC champion baseball team. The politically inclined of our number included the President of Arts and Sciences, IFC Vice- President, C BA Senator, and an Off-Campus Representative. We rounded out the year with brothers in ODK, Who ' s Who, Tau Beta Pi, and Phi Eta Sigma. But behold — we don ' t always keep our seriousness foremost. At the Derby this year, some four thousand folks packed Foster to watch the Sorority chorus lines, field events, and the crowning of the Derby Darling and the Sweetheart of SIGMA CHI. Our parties had to be the best at Bama since most of us had to stand in line to be admitted. Such notorious annual functions as the Cowboy Party, French Dive, and Derby Party kept the office of Student Develop- ment on its toes. Say you want to know more. Consult LIFE Magazine ' s twelve page article about SIGMA CHI. There you ' ll find proof that we hold our own — second to none. Sigma Chi Mi Sigma Chi !I1 f)OC VM1C.l,-s px-Lisar— ' sicno W P ' v- f»; i - f P p -t , Fl ' 1 ™«wf DL-Graffenreid Edwards Eilcrman Gomel Good rum Graham GrL ' gor ' Hamilton Hamrick Harris, M Hams. R Hernandez Hess Holt Hooton Howard Hunter Jackson Jacobs Kapsimalis Kirbv Lao- London Low r her Marv Matthews McDuff McGee Meier Meriwether Nance Neal Pace ley Pearcc Peat Pcrr ' Fftrey Petr - Rams Randall Roberts Scott Seaver Shock ley Shumaker Smith Sparkman S to vail Street Swindell Taylor Til aye r Thornton Tinnin Turner Ward Waters. H, W aters. M. ackins Williams, C. Williams, R. Wilmer yatt 385 Born stein Capp Clark Cohen. C, Cohen. D Cohen, E Cohen, R Cremer Cypress Engleberd Fink Finn Frank Frankel Frockt Gibian Graze 386 Colors: cafe au kit and old blue Flower: golden tea rose In 1935, eleven Bama co-eds founded Rho Chapter ot " Sigma Delta Tau. For its thirty-four years on this campus, SDT has retained a position of prominence. Officers for 1968 were President-Lexy Brostoff, First vice-president-Fredda Portnoy, Second vice-presi- dent-Sandi Lewitz, Recording Secretary -Jan Caplan, Corresponding Secretary -Sara Baker, Treasurer-Sandee Frockt, and House Manager- Jane Silverman. Rho Chapter welcomed a full quota of enthusiastic pledges for 1968. Under the training of Fredda Portnoy, the fresh- men won first place in the sign contest for the Vanderbilt football game. In the Homecoming parade our pledges marched as rednecks from Cow College to show their support of the Crimson Tide over Mississippi State. Peggy Kline led the pledge class, while Leann Frank served as vice-president of Junior Panhellenic. Active in AWS were members of class councils: senior-Fredda Portnoy and Jane Silverman, junior-Sandee Frockt, sophomore-Dale Engleberg, and freshman-Lois Roush and Peggy Kline. Ella Solomons filled the vice-presidency of Panhellenic, and along with Janie Rosner served as Crimson Girls. Head ot Air Force ROTC Angel Flight was Dianne Cohen, who has been an Air Force sponsor for three years. " Lovely Rita " Jatte was chosen Corolla Favorite at the annual beauty ball. An SDT tradition at Bama was the yearly pledges vs. actives powderpuft football game on the Sunday following Homecoming. Philanthropic events in- cluded rwo parties for the children of Partlow: one at Christmas with ZBT and the other at Easter with Phi Epsi lon Pi. Our spring formal held at the new Ramada Inn was preceeded by an elegant seated dinner. In March, we entertained Mom and Dad at Parents ' Weekend. Our sisters ended the school year with a farewell banquet for the seniors, at which each class presented a skit. It was a record year for a record number for SDT ' s — the largest number since 1935. Sigma Delta Tau Haimsohn Insicr Klcinberg Klinc Kopcl Krugman Ll-vchsuh Lewita Lipton Nash Portnoy. D Portnoy. F. Raymon Rosner Ross Roush Schwartz Sears Silverman Solomans Steinberg 387 Adams Adcock Allen Bradk-y Brooks Busby Carriill Chambtrs Coles Cordes Cotton Criim Curtis Davis iiif« ii 388 Theta chapter views with quiet modest} ' its eight)-eight years of continuous existence on the Universit} ' of Alabama campus. Boldly bettering the difficulties of post-Civil War days, many have stepped forth to lead and serve with dedication and purposefulness — four members of the University Board of Trustees, the present National Chamber of Commerce President, the present Head Football Coach of the Universit) ' . Congressmen, a state Supreme Court Justice, Legislators — merely an inkling of the many who have absorbed Sigma Nu ideals and teachings through Theta Chapter. Even though heir to an inspiring history and priceless traditions, Theta is no slave to yesterday, no worshipper of the " status quo. " We treasure the best of the past while insuring the Riaire by developing balance with manirity — never forgetting that a fra- ternity is men, not things. .-iipma All Sigma Nu tmim i ikM ,, mmk U J i M. Ml Q r ' £v " » " ■• p Davison Diamond Dobson Emblom Espy Ford Fuqua Garrison Gillis Hager Haggstrom Hargett Hornsby Ingram Jinks Jones Laird Lambert Land Leach Lovelace Marshall Martin McConncll McCurdy Mills Mixon Moore Morgan ORear Ort Patterson Peacock Purvis Quinn Reaves Rhodes Richardson Roark Robinson Segrest Seifert Seymour Smith. D. Smith. P. Todd Veale Waters Watson Waiters VC ' hittaker Williams Williamson. M Williamson, W. Wilson Youngson 389 Backer Barnes Boles Brown Calhoun Campbell Carr Cobb M S. Z Eubanks Fambrou Fikcs Folmar Foose Greaves Hamric Harding 1 »- h ' ' - i r _ l jJilLri ' .- - - - C -f f f ?«.., » i 390 Since 1901, when Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond, Virginia, we have grown to be the second largest fraternit) ' in existence. Alabama Beta was founded on the campus ol the L ' niver- sity of Alabama in 1927, and we have been growing ever since. Ever) ' brother in Sigma Phi Epsilon takes special interest in growth through the fraternity system, the University, and himself The men in our fraternit) ' have continually displayed high idealism and faith in their fellow brothers through service to their school and fraternity in such fields as scholarship, social life, politics, and athletics. Sigma Phi Epsilon Specifically speaking, in sports the brothers took rwo first place trophies and one second place trophy to place high in All-Sports Trophy Competition as we have in the past. Many of our brothers are active in politics on campus and some of their activities include ODK, Theta Tau, Jasons, Phi Eta Sigma, Chief Justice IPC Supreme Court, Arts and Sciences Senator, Chairman Greek Week, President of Pi Alpha Theta, and member- ship on many important social committees. Academically our overall last semester was an outstanding 1.5 which puts us in the top one-third of fraternities and well above the all-men ' s average. Socially, Sig Ep parties are among the favorites on campus. Besides the fall football parties and pledge swaps, our calendar includes the Queen of Hearts Ball, Christmas Formal, Cave Man party and various other theme parties. Sig Eps are proud of tradition and look forward to a progressive fliture. Officers are Gene Boles-President; Ralph McMurphy-Vice-Presi- dent; Treasurer-Mac Thomason; Secretary-Dennis Logan; and Controlling Secretary-Steve Mac. f a t J ' 1 , £ £ mk f i f 1 fa I £, K £ 4 Vtn Hiffbaum Jdndrlich Johnson Kennamer Keydoszius King. G King. R Let Leonard Lester Lockhart Logan Mace. D. Mace. S McAleer McMahan McMurphy, C McMurphy. J Meyer Mikloucich Moelier Murphy Murray Nelson ODonnell Parker Quarles Robercon Smith Sparks Stinson Symms Thomason Thompson Thrift Turner Voswinkel Woollery Worrell Yeackle 391 Abbott 1 Austrian Bodiford Bolt Bolton Burnette Burton Cannon Conway Carter Ik 392 This year of fantastic growth and expansion has marked the begin- ning of a new era for the University of Alabama. At every turn, construction of this new image is taking shape. No longer shall this Universit} ' display the stagnancy so long attributed to southern education. Our physical expansion, combined with the rapidly soaring scholastic standards, under the direction of a wise admini- stration, has given Alabamaians a new confidence in the future role of their University. In order to maintain this new awareness and confidence in our state and our University, the student body must be organized and directed toward goals that reach this end. In our opinion, the Greek system can be just such an organization. Individual fraternities and sororities are already, or should be, aiming toward the super attainment of each of its members. Each individual must fiilly develop in all aspects of living. Thus, inter- Greek competition has done much, and can do even more, in creating higher quality students and productive pride in the Uni- versity. A strong IFC, with the support of all of its members can be the next step. If all fraternities and sororities could pull together, there is no limit to the number of meaningful and worthwhile projects that could be accomplished. There is little doubt that the Greek system adds a great deal already to this University. But in the era at hand, lackadaisical donations are not enough. The Greeks must hoist the new spirit and actively shoulder it forward. This is the attitude of Theta Chi. Hop on. Then Chi Theta Chi ( f t " li f% ( C Mm C « (t . « « ft) ft (» ft « e « Cooper Cowley Cromer Cross Davis Di Piazza Do rough Dunion Feigley Flics Flack Flowers Gambrell Garrett Grace Griffin Gulas Hassinger, D Hassinger. R Hcndrix Herbert Higgins HuiTman Huie Jarrell Johnson, R. lohnson, W. Keith Kirtpatrick Lewis Lightscy Lloyd Martin Mazenko McConaghy McDonnell Mitchell Moore Morgan Naumann Parnell Persse Pettus Priest Pugh Randle. A, Randle, W, Ray Renick Roberts, S- Roberts. W Roper Scaife Starling Tanner Vail Voller Waits X ' atson VC ' ilhams 393 Abbott Anderson. B Anderson, G Campbell Cerbanres Cosper 394 Mu Chapter ofTheta Tau is experiencing its forty -sixth year on the Universit)- of Alabama campus, and its sixty-fourth year of exis- tence. Theta Tau claims to be the largest and oldest professional engineering fraternity. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among our members and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. The fraternity stimulates professional activir - and social com- patibilit)-; provides the framework for group participation in campus, community, engineering, and fraternity ' affairs; and pro- motes the formation of lasting friendships — a lifetime of brother- hood in an engineering atmosphere. Our members include the president and vice-president of Engi- neering, two SGA Senators, and many other representative posi- tions. Theta Tau ' s are represented in ODK, Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Sigma. Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma Tau, and Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Theta Tau Culbtrson Davis Garner G.)ber Ltwis MLDonald Nunnally Parker Smith Steele Still Stone Thompson Weaver West 395 Alexander Burnett Chandler Cfjokf Followill. D Followill, R Gramatelli Hataway Hildreth Hinchey k 396 Theta Xi, founded April 29, 1864, is the only national fraternit) ' founded during the War Between the States. Since that time, Theta Xi has grown to a strength of eight} ' -seven chapters. Theta Xi came to the Universit) ' of Alabama on November IS, 1932, and we take pride in our subsequent life here. The alumni of Theta Xi are playing an important role in the growth of our nation and in the development of the Greek system in that nation. Some ol the positions held by our alumni are Presi- dent of Lockheed Aircraft, President of the National Interfraternity Council, and Executive Secretary of Theta Xi Fraternity. Not only are our alumni busy, but so are our active brothers and pledges. We have members in Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, and Student Life Committee. We also have one ot the two traternity representatives to the Stu- dent Government Association. Involvement is an important part of Theta Xi. Thru Xi Not to be neglected are our scholastics. We pride ourselves in consistently finishing in the upper 25 9f of the fraternities here. In the 1967-1968 academic year we were first among the fraternities scholastically during the fall semester and finished third for the year. Intramural sports have grown to be an integral part of Theta Xi as well as the entire fraternity system. Although it has been five years since we won an All-Sports Trophy, our spirit is undaunted. We successfully compete in all phases of the intramural sports program and look forward to this competition with other Greeks. Lest we forget, the Greeks featured in this section are social fra- ternities and sororities. Theta Xi is definitely one of these. Our social life begins with our rush parties, and ends with each person ' s last final exam. The social life is anytime Theta Xi men are having fun together, whether it is a civic project, a party at someone ' s apartment, creek-banking, the " Trashman ' s Ball " , a pledge-active football game, or our annual Blue and White Formal. Theta Xi men have fun together! Hinds Hrom Jeffares Jennings Langdun McCoy OHear Peters Puckett Ruthedge Serfin Stillwell Suba Wright Yeager 397 Auerbach Bank Briskman Brook Capilouto Cohen, M. Cohen. R- Cohn Dorman Feld Feldman Fnc ' dlander Gavani Goldscein Golinsky Gordon Golthcif Gnshman Hasson Held, 1 Held. " R. Hersh Jackwin Kohn KraseUry Levin Lichrcr Lipson Loeb Maisel k 398 Zebes are active in a wide variety of campus activities. The mem- bers who are outstanding because of their involvement on campus include: Bill Gotthelf, National Advertising Manager of the Crimson-White and Student Discount Committee Chairman; Steve Goldner, Emphasis Committee Executive Board member; Eli Capi- louto. Corolla Activities Editor and General Collections Chairman of the Campus Chest charit) ' drive, Milton Grishman, Crimson-White News Editor; Bill Golinsky, Alumni Relations Chairman; Norman Lefkovits, Campus Chest Chairman and Secretar ' -Treasurer of the School of Commerce and Business Administration; Charles Feldman, Business Manager ot the Cotillion Club; and Larry Auerbach, representative to the Stu- dent Government Association House of Representatives must also be included in this list. Zeta Beta Tau In addition, there is Seth Hersh, President of Engineering School and member of Jason ' s and Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities and ODK; Fred Shaftmam, Summer and Fall Orienta- tion Chairman; Bruce Blatzer, President of Engineering Technical Society; Larr) ' ' Voir and Charlie Ziff, representatives to the SGA House of Representatives; and Arthur Briskman, Director of Stu- dent Activities and SGA Executive Cabinet member. Donations exceeding $700 were collected by the Zebe pledge class during the September Cerebral Palsy Drive here. The Zebes col- lected more than any other group participating in the drive. The pledge class also officially kicked off the annual Campus Chest Drive. They amassed a total of more than S300. Psi Chapter participated in taking wheelchair patients to the County Fair. The Zebes visited Bryce Mental Hospital to assist the patients, and they gave parties for the underprivileged children. One of the big highlights of this year was the traditional " Nose Bowl " football game. The Zebes edged by the Phi Eps 19-7, and after the hard-fought game, there was a part) ' at the ZBT house. This year was one of the best years in the history of Zeta Beta Tau. 399 Adair Albright Allison Bailey. B. Baiiey, J Bary Berry Boyd Bricton Brosier Broughton. D Broughton. M Brown Bussey Cain. J Cain. S Cannon. A Cannon, B Chappclle Chesbrough Condon Davis DcBoy Delk Dill Durham Ear ley Estes Evans Ford Fraley Garrett, J. Garrett. R. Griffin Guerard Guntcr I 400 Founded in 1889, at Longwood College, Zeta Tau Alpha has spread its sisterhood and ideals to become the only international sororit} ' and to be the first permanent sororit) ' at the Universit)- ot Alabama. Thus, Zeta girls are the best girls from north to south, east to west — and even in the White House. So . . . Here we are — 1 12 in number but watch out for that spirit of ours! All 112 of us seem to be working hard in campus activities. Not only do we have people on class councils, but we also have some- one on Big Judic, Spirit, Triangle, AWS committees, and we have the president of AWS. How ' s that. Not enough? Well, there are Phi Beta Kappas, Mortar Board members. Alpha Lambda Deltas, and fraternity honorary members running around the place (helping us less fortunate ones of course). And then we have ROTC spon- sors. Crimson girl finalists, SPE little sister, beauty finalists. Made- moiselle college board representative. Corolla favorite, and Pike little sister finalist. Zeta 1 au Alpha Besides all of rhis, we even rated snow in May! The Pikes threw foam rubber all over the yard . . . then there was the time when there were 125 crickets in the house - . . then poor Ann Phillips was captured by the Pikes and tied to the column of their house! Oh well, what are we supposed to do? Take the Pike ' s cake? Hale Hammock Hamner Hardwick Harris Haskins Hinds Hobbs Jackson Johnston King Lehman Locke Lynch McCain McConaghy McCoy McDanici Mclncyre McMillan McNeff Moore Morrow ONeil Parvin Pass Philhps Posey Pugh Racalsky Rice, P Rice. S- Rogers Rush Salter Sanders Sanford Schnell Self Sellers Skipper, N. Skipper, S. Smith SpL-ncer Stankard Stewart Stone Taylor Treese Waites Wallace Wright Welch Wilson Wise Wozniak 401 " A " Club Row one, left to right: Angelo Harris, J. C. Ranelli, Robert Higginbotham, Rodney Huey. Mollis Keene, Dicky Chandler. Row two: Jow Joyce, Jack Trattan stedt. Perry Willis, Hunter Husband, Richard Grammer, Mike Dean, Jim Bowman, Tim St. Lawrence, Clark Walters. Row three: Norris Hamer, Jim Duke, Danny Ford, Dennis Dixon, Billy Scorggins, Mike Reilly, Mike Ford, Donny Johnston, Tommy Wade, Ed Morgan. Row four: Donnie Sutton, Alvin Sam- ples, Wayne Owen, Conrad Fowler, Joe Kellcy. Bobby Swaftbrd, Mike Hall, Jr. Davis, Randy Barron, Don Brown, Bob Childs. Jim Bently, Pete Jilleba, Paul Boschung, Jim Brooks, Gary Guthrie, Barry Phillips, Jack Glover. 404 ODK ODK was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee Universin,- as the first national college honorary to recognize all- round leadership and worthwhile endeavor. Membership in ODK is based on a general requirement ot exemplar} ' character and success in five fields of accomplishments: scholarship; athletics; student government, social, and religious affairs; publications; and speech, music, and dramatic arts. The local University circle was founded on February 21, 192-4, and since that time has been cited frequently for its out- standing record of accomplishment. Three members of Iota Circle have served as national presidents of ODK. Dr. George Lang, Professor Emeritus of Phi- losophy, was national president from 19.rT to 1935 and the late Dr. Martin ten Hoor, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, served from 19-i9 to 1951. Dr. Frank A. Rose, President of the University of Alabama, has served as one of the two members-at-large ot the General Council of ODK. Dr. Rose is also a recipient of the Distinguished Service Key, which is the highest award which ODK can bestow upon one of its members. At the National Convention this year he was elected National President ot ODK. ACTIVE MEMBERS Andrews, Robert L. Bagby, Charles Baxley, Wade Brasher, James M. Ill Burns, Claude Campbell, Earl Canterbury, Frank Carpenter, Joe Cochran, Bill Crowe, Bill Daniel, John Davis, Steve Drake, Jack Friend, Eddie Gale, Fournier Hall, Roger Harris, Jim A. Hill, Bob Homan, Dennis Huffaker, Robert Jackson, Bernard Knowles, Ralph Koch, Alan LaMoreaux, Jim Lee, Allen McMickle, Peter L. Miller, David M. Ogle, Richard Oliver, Carl Pitt, Redding Ray. John C. Roth, John Seibe. Garet Siegelman, Don Smith, Lynwood Still, Ed Sturrock, Ian T. Thigpen, Richard Walker, jimmy A. NEW INITIATES Baldwin, Michael S. Brooks, Jesse R. Jr. Clark, Paul Newton Dorman, Richard Thomas Espy, Joseph C III Fowler. Conrad M. Frank, Richard L. Jr. Gaston, Ian Frederick Gee, Morns Michael Hersh, Seth J. Hess, Charles Morrell Jr. Hopkins, Robert Lee Hudson, Larry Layne Martin, Bobby Lamar McMahon, John James Jr. McMurphy, John H. Owen, Charles VC ' ayne Rodgers, Kenneth White Strawbndge, Newman Sutton, Donald Wesley Sutton, Michael Onan Sweeney, Donald B. Jr. Tromblee, Jon Donald SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Simpson, David C. Walker, Tom M. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Faler, Lowery A. Weinsrein, Bill Clayton 405 Mortar Board is the University ' s senior women ' s honorary service organization. It is part of the national organization founded in 1915. Membership selection is based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character, and is restricted to the most outstanding women on campus. Each year Mortar Board helps provide a four year scholarship for a deserving University student. It provides leadership in the aca- demic community and social service to worthy projects. Mortar Board 1 Row one, left to right: Julie Lott, Merrell Liveakos, Barbara Maxwell, Carolyn Northcutt. Diane Fleisher Frank. Beth Pollard. Pam Smith. Brenda Rogers, Laura Hancock. Row two: Shannon Christopher Allison. Mary Ann Herbert, Beth Caldwell, Margaret Ingram, Jo Willis, Lynn Hosty. Elaine Alexander. Susan Broda, Angela Humber Fulmer. Jerrianne Hammock, Lynn Gilbert, Joanna Ivey, Janice Windham, Patti Saik. Officers: Julie Lott, President; Beth Pollard. Vice-President; Laura Hancock. Secretary; Patti Saik. Treasurer; Elaine Alexander. Historian; Joanna Ivey. Editor. 407 Jasons Jasons is the oldest honotary society on the University of Alabama campus today. The organization was founded in 1914 and continues to select the outstanding campus leaders on the basis of character, scholarship, and service to the University community. The familiar " Derby and Cane " (symbolizing the gentlemen and scholars representing Jasons) can be seen worn by happy male students during the week following Honor ' s Day in the Spring. Initiates are traditionally tapped into the organization by some member ot Jasons pouring a bucket of dirty water on the head of a pre -selected spectator in the crowd around the mound on Honor ' s Day. Then tlie newly informed recipients are taken into the shrine (Adjacent to the library) and are initiated into the society. The Members of Jasons have striven toward service to the whole community. One particular recipient of Jasons physical activity and funds has been the Tuscaloosa Boys ' Club. The majority of the equipment in the Boys ' Club has been donated by Jasons as the result ot money making shows sponsored by the group. The Jasons have adopted the Boys ' Club and as one member so aptly put it, " ' When you go down to the Boys ' Club and see the variety of these kids playing together and doing things that they could not attord to join the " Y " and do, then you realize they all have something in common and you really feel like you are accomplishing something worthwhile by sharing your eltort and time with them. " Left to right; Lee Kitchen, Richard Dorman, Dr. John Ramsey, Conrad Fowler, J. R. Brooks, Mike Ford, Robert L. King, " Woody McMur- phy, Jimmy Hightower, Seth Hersh, Paul Clark, Ken Rodgers. Not picnired: Joe Espy, Jimmie Walker, Newman Strawbridge, Dr. Morris Mayer. 408 Jason member Mike Ford (Crimson Tideri signs miniature footballs for members of the Tuscaloosa Boys Club during the Christmas party sponsored by the Jasons. Lee Kitchen (far left) waits with a group at the Boys ' Club Christmas party for a film on the Crimson Tide football highlights. The physical energy and funds which go into the Club show- that Jasons, which used to be strictly a social honorary, is now also a service honorary. The shows presented by the Jasons serve two purposes; to solicit revenue for the Boys ' Club, and to entertain the students and faculty ot the University. A third benefit is the immeasurable bond of having a project in which the relatively small membership can work on together, and in doing so, strengthen ties. Last year ' s presentation was the " Sam and Dave Show " and the first semester show for the Boys ' Club was the " Harlem Globetrotters " performance. 409 Crimson Girls Left to right: Ann Head. Carolyn Northcutt, Amanda Sawyer, K.ithy Blake, LaVeral Sanders, Hitsy Parnell, Kathy Gaus. Laura Thornton, Martha Brazil. Kathy Natter, Milla Dailey, Donna Davis, Ella Solomons. Jane Rosner. The Crimson Girls are the spirit of the Crimson Tide. Each year they distribute shakers to the students at the football and basketball games; escort dignitaries, coaches, and football players at pep rallies and im. portant programs; serve as hostesses to all University guests; and represent at out-of-state University fbnctions. It ' s an honor, a pleasure, and a good feeling to be a Crimson Girl. To be a Crimson Girl, you must be nominated as one of two candidates. Then screened, and selected by a panel of judges who feel that you have the poise, personality, appearance, and charm to represent the University. Finally you are approved by members of the Administration. The Alabama Cavaliers The Alabama Cavaliers were organized on the Alabama campus in the ' 20 ' s and have since remained intact. Throughout the years the Cavaliers have produced an impressive array ot " name band musi- cians from within their ranks. They have always meant the finest musical entertainment both here on campus and in surrounding states. Row one, left to right: (Saxophones) James Ellison, Buddy Bennett, Stanley Gregory, Ken Stahl. Row two: (Trombones) Sam Russell, Jim Templin, Jike Cook, James Hall. Row three: (Trumpets) Larry Wallace, Roger Wolfe, Duncan Marsh, John Bradley, (Drummer) Joe Bacchus. Standing: Terry Chandler (Bass), Fred Nail (Piano), Nelle Goodwyn (Vocalist). 412 Triangle Triangle, the largest women ' s service honorary ' on the campus, was founded in May, 1939, and is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior members. Throughout the year Triangle ' s major project has been working with the ' Veteran ' s Hospital. Parties including bingo, table games, singing, bowling, decorations, and a Christmas party have been given for the ' Veterans each month. Triangle also presents a trophy to the outstanding ' Woman Transfer Student each year. Members are tapped in the spring on the basis ot schol- arship, leadership, and service to the University. The purpose of Triangle is to promote friendship, spirit, and good will among students. As a result, new women stu- dents are made to feel and experience an integral part of the University of Alabama. Row one, kit to right: Joanna Ivey, President; Mary Ann Herbert, Treasurer; Jane Couch, Chaplain. Row two: Nita Rodenberry, First ' Vice-President; Daisy Partridge, Publicity Chairman; OHvia Rives, Second ' Vice-President; Mary Ann Blair, Secretary. 413 Student Life Committee The purpose of the Student Life Committee is to advise the President and the Dean for Student Development on matters pertaining to programs on the main campus which effect sm- dent life, to review student legislation and submit it to the President with recommendations of approval or disapproval, to establish policies in areas of student activities not specif- ically under the jurisdiction of a particular University office. Left to right: Dale Cramer, Dr. Glenn Stillion, Dana Clay, Jerrianne Hammoclc, Sarah L. Healy, Leon Jr. Weinberger. On stairs: Joe Espy, Paul Clark, Richard Dorman. Board of Publication Row one, left to right: Beth Caldwell, Jerrianne Hammock, Mrs. Sarah Healv, Mrs. Bovlan. Brenda Rogers. Row two, Warren Herlong. David Carroll. Dr. Mayer, Larry Voit, Colonel Powell, Joe Espy. 414 Alabama Debate Squad Row one, left to right: Nancy Callahan, Carol DeBoy, Majorie Williams, Joe Estep, Cathi Conditt, Barbara Fecks, Carol Doering. Row two: George Wilson, Coach; John Saxon, Ed Besecker, Ken Smith, Tim Raines, Bob Casky, Ralph Roberts, Steve Windom, Mary Smith, Coach. Town Girls Town Girls Association, a division of the Associated Women Students endeavors to inform its members ot University activities and to encourage their participation in them. Its membership is composed of all women students having residence in Tuscaloosa County. The Town Girls perform worth- while service projects for the Universirj ' and Tuscaloosa Communit} ' . Row one, left to right: Pat Faucett, Secretary; Barbara Maxwell, President; Lane Siegel, Treasurer; Sydney Grady, Historian. Row two: Elizabeth Weir, Rosalyn Johnson, Carolyn Duncan, Barbara Hellman, CamiUe Johnson, Judy Jamison, Kay Catrino. Row three: Charlotte Crabrree, Susan Young- blood, Marilyn Jones, Judy Leonard. 415 Women ' s Residence Hall Council On stairs, top to bottom Betty Parsons, Suellen Reed, Ann Cook, Linda Morrow, Scherry Bond, Tri- cia King, Faye Barrett, Joan Vice, Joy Foshee, Sandy Rawlinson. Jan Henninger. Standing: Mary Jane Hill, Linda Troy, Karen Smith, Brenda Rogers, Chairman, Julia Jenkins, Secretary-Treasurer, Betty Booth, Co-Treasurer. The Women ' s Residence Hall Council is composed of the presidents and one elected delegate from each hall, and headed by the mdependent representative to AWS. The Council acts as a liaison, keeping coeds informed on campus affairs, and presenting suggestions and ideas from the residents back to the council. It is a central group to coordinate residence activities, and to encourage coeds to participate in religious, cultural, and governmental programs. 416 Men ' s Residence Hall Council Dormitory ' Abercrombie Clayton Friedman Jones Lewis Lupton Mallett McCorvey Palmer Powers Saft ' old Sommerville W ' yman Par) ' 2 Paty 3 Paty4 Paty 5 President Mike Burger Victor Polizos Reed Crotty Gerald McDonald Richard W.Colby, Jr. Richard Kennedy Jimmy Ziegler Ronald W. Duck Eddye Lawley Carl Olander Keith Franz Tom Campbell James Ellison Glenn Gossett Danny Bennett Jim Georgoulakis Ernie Treibig SGA Representatives Steve Suits Jimmy Ziegler Leonard Wirkus Lamar Garden President — David Carroll Vice-President — Ray McCoy Secretary-Treasurer — Henry Agee 417 Army ROTC Commanders Row one, left to right: Cadet LTC Lanzoni, Cadet LTC Bearden, Cadet Colonel Cook, Cadet Major Sheheane, Cadet LTC Wielchowsky. Row two: Cadet Major Powell, Cadet LTC Stephens, Cadet LTC Saholsky, Cadet LTC Cornell, Ca- det Colonel East. Cadet Colonel Cook Brigade Commander 418 Row one, left to right: Merrill Leveakos, Head Sponsor, Amanda Sawyer, Susan Russell, Cynthia Williams Row two Hits Parnell, Judy Boswell, Debbie Chivington, Sandee McRee, Bccki Neugent. Army ROTC Sponsors Honorary Colonel Liveakos — Head Sponsor 419 Air Force Cadet Officers Club ' " r - ' -S- Left to right: Lonnie Cox, President; Jeran Akers, Vice-President; Jeff Pace, Secretary; Colonel Clark O. Thorn- ton, Professor of Aerospace Studies; John Blard, Treasurer; Richard Brewer, Athletics Coordinator; Bill Medders, Sergeant at arms. 420 Ixtt ui n,ulu Rebecca Dyer, Amclii lVi:ri( n, K.ui n j ' Rush, Diane Cohen. Hulin Cox, Carolyn Payne, Claudia Robinson, Anita Picasso, Pam Farns, Susan Squitien, Jaiuc Air Force Sponsors i ii ! I I 11 I Arnold Air Society Officers— Row one, left to right: James Rouse, Ray Milton, Jeran Akcrs, James Wilson, Bill Phillips, Lonnic Cox, Jeff Pace, Ricks Cahmpion. 421 Alpha Lambda Delta The main purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to promote intelligent living and a high stan- dard of learning and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshman women. Left to right: Ree Kiely, Invitation Chairman; Susan Posey, Vice-President; Kathy Blake, President; Suzanne Carter, Treasurer; Paulette Jones. Recording Secretary; Sherron Henderson, Scholarship Chairman. Membership 1968 Linda Achatz Kathy Blake Patricia Boyd Robin Bozeman Suzanne Carter Garland Cook Nancy Belle Dearman Nancy Dewitt Susan Duckworth Shelia Fried Linda Gtitfin Virginia Harrison Kathy Hemphill Sherron Henderson Janet Hersong Sandra Home Paulette Jones Linda Kendrick Rebecca Key Marie Kiely Melinda Kirkpatrick Deborah Francis Joyce Lee Joy Leraas Mary McDaniel Martha Mills Josephine Nadar Genie Palmer Celeste Pickron Susan Posey Linda Price Ruby Roberts Brenda Roberrson Sharon Sconyers Adelia Smith Mary Gail Smith Sharon Speer Mary Ruth Strickland Brenda Summer Harriet Thomas Mary Tindell Linda Joyce Turner Lyndia Twitty Lenora Walker Charlotte Ward Cathy Wright Andrea Young 422 Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is the National Honor Societ} ' for freshman men. The Universit} ' of Alabama chapter, chartered in 1930, selects its members on the basis ot scholarship. Phi Eta Sigma encourages and re- wards high scholastic attainment. Dean Thomas A. McLeod is the Faculty ' Adviser and Bernard J Sloan is the Assistant Adviser. Row one, let ' c to right; David Cantrell, President; James Marler, Treasurer; Jim McKinney, Vice-President; Larry Den- nis. Row two: Ken Husler, Lamar Lar- rimore, Patrick Dunagan, Ned Mitchell, Mike Sparks. John Bowlin, William Trapp. Row three; Russell Reeves, An- drew Boggess, Bill Cumbie, Ronnie El- more, Steve Adams, Roger Kirby. Row tour; Roger Handley, Ronnie Maner, Fred Crwon, Don Henderson, Stan Gregory, Stephen McHatton, Richard Bradley. Row five: Terry Humber, Ran- dy Fowler, Carl Gordayk, Jerry Hum- ber, Eddie Nickoles, Anthony Sessi. Don James. Membership 1968 Robert Stephen Adams Frank Y. Anderson Richard Lee Berryman Andrew Lacey Boggess John Bowlin Richard Leon Bradley Joseph Martin Cannon David W. Cantrell William Joseph Cook Frederick Smith Crown William Gary Cumbie Larry Houston Dennis Patrick Edward Dunagan Ronald Glenn Elmore Nicky Randall Faught Randolph Mott Fowler James Anthony Gattman Carl Leonard Gorday William Stanley Gregory Walter Austin Griess James Newburn Hall Roger Juan Handley Donald Bernard Henderson Thomas Jerry Humber James Terry Humber Clifford J. Hataway James Michael Heard Kenneth M. Husler Don Massey James Roger Wayne Kirby Charles L. Larrimore Joseph R. Maner Stephen Ray McHatton James A. McKinney James Edgar Marler James H. Miller Ned Alfred TVlitchell Paul Durant Myrick Eddie Ray Nickoles Robert Michael O Bannon Thurman B. Patterson Hugh David Prickett Richard Jackson Redd Russell C. Reeves Walter Anthony Sessi James Deanc Shannon Leonard Clitton Skelton Michael Davis Sparks William Earl Sumner John Luther Thomas William T. Trapp Earl Stephen Yeager 423 International Students Association The International Snident Association consists ot ' 120 students from 28 countries throughout the world. The organization of- fers an outlet whereby students who come to the University from foreign countries can be made to feel more at home in the United States. At the International house on Riverside Drive there is cross-cultural communication and international understanding. The ISA students at the University realize that the Gulf of Mexico is not the end of the world and Montgomery is not the only capitol on earth. Row one, left to right: Lisa Chen, Taiwan; Sookia (Alice) Lim, Korea; Asako Kawamori, Japan. Row two: Augusto Sasaki. Peru; Philippe van Scherpenzeel, Belcium; Mrs. Martha Winston, House Mother. 424 425 spirit The Alabama Spirit Club is a service organiza- tion whose purpose is to encourage greater support for all University athletic endeavors, and to encourage the development of a spirit of friendship among the women students on cam- pus. During the fall, Spirit worked on car streamers for football games, publicized the pep rallies, held sign contests, and sponsored an Auburn car smash, the proceeds of which were donated to the Bryce-Partlow Chapel Fund. Spirit is open to all women students at the Uni- versity. Seated, left to right; Beth Pollard, Vice-President; Linda Shields, President; Melanie Hammond, Trea- surer; Debbie Chivington, Assistant Projects Chair- man. Standing: Margaret Marty, Secretary; Karen Bevan, Projects Chairman; Millie McCaskill, Chap- lain. 426 ' ' ,r , 1 i 25 t t X t ' .O t t t t 15 t Swan Club Left to right, diving board; Cyntliia Booream, Judy Achorn, Judy Graves, Wanda Kirkham, Linda Bank- ston, Emily Wilson, Linda der Boer. Row one, beside pool: Linda Vance, Rudi Robbins, Debbie Wallace, Deborah Jones, Joan Harrison, Joanne Olensky. Row two: Donna Carol Hipp, Carol Jernigan, Pam Harris, Dottie Stentz. Row three: Becky Griffin, Pudden Petri, Missy Woolfe, Allan Arnold, Sheila Fried. Standing: Diane Hilleke, Kathy Nichols, Carol Will- iams, Dean Allison. 427 Agnes Ellen Harris Club ( ltKLrs kiiu ( iiu left to right " Angt-la l- ' ulnxr, lirst ' Kc-PrL-sKli.nt. I.iii.l.i Srcu art. Public Ril.itioiis, Linda Reid, President. Row two: Ingrid McMullin, Secretary; Judy bonner, Social Chairman; Garland Cook, Projects Chairman; Merrell Levekos, State President; Judy Henninger. State Corresponding Sec- retary. The University Chapter of the Agnes Ellen Harris Club is a professional organization of the School of Home Economics and affiliated with both the Alabama and American Home Economics Associations. The club was founded in 1931 and is named for the Dean of the School of Home Economics from 1930-1952. It now has over 200 members. The chapter seeks to enrich each member ' s college career to preserve the ideals and to promote the values of Home Economics through such programs as our annual fashion show, children ' s Chris tmas party, and the Home Economics banquet. Membership is open to all majors in Home Economics. 428 National Collegiate Association for Secretaries NCAS activities are designed to appraise employers in business and industry of the potential of graduates of a collegiate secretarial program for administrative responsibilities, encourage exchange of ideas and experiences among those students planning secretarial careers, provide an opportunit) ' for teacher trainees in the secretarial area to expand their understanding of the secretarial profession, promote a spirit of fellowship among those students planning secretarial or teaching careers, provide opportunities for contacts between students and professional businessmen and women. Among the ftmctions of the NCAS are the fall and spring initiation banquets, the annual cookout, and the Christmas party. For their community service project at Christmas, the toys that are exchanged at the Christmas party are given to the children at Partlow school. R.iW (iiH , Icit tu ri,i;ht ( arlntt.L Bryant. Brenda Robertson, TrLMsuiL ; . Ji.Jv i.irl... HiM( i i.in, li:,! l.ott, Brendan Canzoneri, Vice-President; Linda Lamb, Pubhcuy Chairman, Judy Bleier. President. Row two; Peggy ' ancy, Jo Ann Gray, Seeretary; Sheila BeU, Eddy Carol Vance. Row three Sandra DeShazo, Teresa Carver, Louise Blackman, Ann Perkins, Julia Jenkins, llene Rosenfield, Wilson Ashby, Sponsor. 429 Alpha Kappa Psi The objects of Alpha Kappa Psi, adopted at the time ot its founding, are " to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration. " Alpha Kappa Psi founded at New York University in 1904, is the oldest professional commerce fraternity. Alpha Rho Chapter a t the University of Alabama was granted its charter on April 2, 1924. Since that time it has constantly served the School of Commerce as well as the Tuscaloosa community with its many school and community projects. Row one, lett to right: Bill Higgins, Clay T. Blackwell, Billy Hatmaker, Johnny Owsley, Sandra Thomas, Bob Priest, Tommy Rickman, Robert L. Moore. Row two: Byron Baggett, James Graves, John Popel, Mike Spencer, Michael Kennedy, James R. Faucett, Bubba Leigh, Rick Rambcau. Mike Tid- well, Harvey Bally. Row three: Delmar McCaig, George Hawicins, Rick Lari- mer, Carl Patterson, Darwin Kelly. David Jones, Tom Fours, Steve Win- dom. Left to right: Billy Hatmaker, Master of Rituals; Robert Moore, Secretary; Bob Priest, Vice-President; Johnny Owsley, Presi- dent; Tommy Rickman, Treasurer; Sandra Thomas, Sweet- heart. 11 , . ilflM 1 If »» 1 1 -i-l-W ' Wkkk , ' . % 430 Tau Beta Pi The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh Universit) ' in 1885 by Edward Higginson WiUiams, Jr., to marie in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarships and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of en- gineering colleges. J s -as t Row one, left to right: Howard H. Meigs, Corresponding Secretary; Charles Alexander, David Drum- monds, Mickey Gamble, Charles Gunselman, James Jackson, Kenneth Lewis, William Lowe, Samuel Gammbrell. Row two; David McBrayer, Donald Moore, Harlod Odom, Dana Robinson, Robert Stewart, Gregg Vaughn, Edward Weaver, Ward Garrabrant, President. Row three: Bruce Jones, Vice-President; George Woolley, William Weaver, David Pnckett, Michael Newton, Recording Sec- retary; Ray Akin, Seth Hersh. 431 Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi is the national honorary and professional accounting fraternity. Membership is based on leadership and character, as well as a high degree of excellence in scholarship. Since the founding of Alpha Beta Chapter on this campus in 1948, the fraternity has fostered and promoted the goals originally laid down by the national accounting fra- ternity. Through the sponsoring of panel discussions by students and faculty members, business meetings, and a variety of other professional and social activities. Beta Alpha Psi seeks to promote the strict ideals and ethics of accounting. Marilyn Huglies, Secretary; Reba Hunton, Janis Ward, Ray Milton, Vice-Presi- dent; Sarah Stewart, Richard Dean, Secretary; Kenji Ussitora, Bill Tennani, President; Michael Gurley, John Cooper, Doug Spencer, Hugh Hughes, James Overton, Charles Coggins, Adrian Grant, Dewey McDougal. ? ' T HI IRIK H ml f ' ' U - ' x ' ■ 1 w - H BJiHi mvSi m m ' tal 1 ' B ' B V 1 Bench and ul Bar Row one, left to right: Robert Potts, Secretary; Jack Drake, Vice-President; Thomas G. Greaves, III, Trea- surer; Steven Berger, President. Row two: Gordon Bailey, Jack Miller, Ross Diamond, Jim Seale, Drayton James. Row three: Lanier Branch, Thomas Christian, Donald Sweeney, Joseph Colquitt, William Hudson, John Folkenberry. Row four: Charles Cochran, Wayne Williams, Kbox Argo, Ralph Hobbs, Robert Smith, Richard Dorrough. 432 Phi Upsilon Omicron Phi Upsilon Omicron is an honorary professional fraterniry for students majoring or minoring in home economics. Membership is based on high scholastic standing and qualities ot leader- ship. Phi Upsilon Omicron was founded at the University of Minnesota February 10, 1909. Psi Chapter was installed at the University of Alabama on December 11, 1936. Left to right: Ruthie Bass, Marshall; Linda Reid, Chaplain; Merrell Lcveakos. Vice-President; Scherry Bond, Editor; Angela Fulmer, President; Judy Bonner, Treasurer; Harriet Bo irick, Historian la III pn ■H mi i ■3 ' H ' - ' S i..:r « UNIVERSITY OF MARKETING CLUB UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA The University of Alabama Marketing Club The University of Alabama Marketing Club was organized on September 26, 1961, in order to further the professional development of its members, promote closer relations between students, faculty, and businessmen, instill high ethical standards in its members, and to promote sound concepts concerning marketing for all members. Row one, left to right; Patti Saik, Linda Cox, Dr. Morris Mayer, Charles Muilins, Larry Morgan. Row two: Pam Smith, Sandy Thomas, Richard Taylor. 434 Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is " a professional frater- niq- organized to foster the study of busi- ness in Universities; to encourage scholar- ship and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice . . . " Since 1907, Delta Sigma Pi has offered a professional fraternity to a Brotherhood of over 70,000 members organized in 155 chapters throughout the United States and Mexico. The Alpha Sigma Chapter, chartered at the Capstone in 1926, has produced many leaders in business and related fields. Row one, lett to right: Tim Russell, John Sims, James Wilson. Row two: Jimmy Ramage, Phil Benefield, Bill Tennant, Richard Mc- Geaey. Row three: Ben Sheets, Bob Veliky, Bill Creel. Row four: Howard Bryan, John Bowe. Paul Clark, Barry Brown. Row five: Jackie Nesmith. Bob Steele, Charles Yates. Row six Henry Agee, John Kirk, Paul Vaughan, Phillip TwiUey. 4 35 AIESEC Officers. Robert Skidmore, President; Carole Dawkins, Executive Vice- President; Malenna Ashenfelter, Executive Secretary; Mike Florence, Treasurer; Gordon Boone, Vice-President, Marketing; Susan Donald- son, Vice-President. Publicity; Linda Cox, Vice-President, Applications; Dale Doreen, Southeastern Regional Director; Mike Baldwon, Regional meeting chairman. AIESEC is an independent, non-political, non-profit, organi- zation of students currently active in 50 countries on 7 con tinents, with AIESEC local committees at nearly 500 uni- versities throughout the world, over 85 of these in the USA. The primary goals of AIESEC are to promote close and friendly relations among members and to improve the general level of practical preparation of students tor careers in business and economics. Each year AIESEC has an annual exchange program be- tween countries, consisting of " reciprocal " training programs. During the summer of 1968, AIESEC of the University of Alabama sent 14 students abroad to 9 countries. 436 Engineer ' s Executive Council Row one, left to right: Allan Cochrane, Robert Couch. Di- anne Massey, Seth Hersh, Pete Orr, Dr. B. F. Barfield, C.Ray Turner. Row two: Jim Vin- son. Dick E b d o n, Marshall Lewis. Gerald McGough. Larry Lloyd, Barry Still. James Mays. Ronald Woo ten, William Richardson, Pierce Boyd. The EEC is composed ot students representing the various technical and honor societies which are active throughout the College of Engineering. Membership also includes representatives from the professional engi- neermg fraternity ' , the Engineering News editor, and the two senators from the College of Engineering. The purpose of the EEC is to coordinate the activities of all engineering students and provide programs ot interest and benefit to these students. Activities include a Freshman Orientation program, a lecture series by engineering students in local high schools, a facu It) ' -course evaluation, and sponsorship of Engineer ' s Day in the spring. American Institute for Industrial Engineering The main purpose of the student chapter of A. I. I.E. is to offer an out- let for the expression ot snident ideas — Professional, Social, and Recreational, and to sustain and promote the ethics of a professional industrial engineer. Row one: Davui hinley, Julio Jo, Charles Malone, Setretary; John McDill, Treasurer, Row two: John Newman, Gary Gamso, Junior Representative; Dick Ebdon, President; Earl McCoy, Faculty Advisor. 437 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics The AIAA, founded in 1963 by the merger of the American Rocket Society and the Institute of the Aerospace Sciences, is the principal aerospace technical society in the United States. Its 32,500 mem- bers include the leading scientists, engineers, and technical manacers ot the countn, ' ' s aerospace pro- gram. Row one; Ray Turner, Ray Malatino, J. E. Kain, R. E. Mar.ygraf. Jim Marbourfj, Larry l " arncll. Thomas Alexander, Wayne Junes Row two Mureno White, David Smalley. James Norris, Joe Roberts, Donny Fulmer, Larry Byrd, Ronnie Steele. Ronald Wooten, Larry Campbell, Margie Lee. Row three: Ronald Bearden, Terry List, Douglas Elder, Phillip Kelley, Eugene Glass, Olen Sisson, Richard Bradley, Andrew Boggess, Mike Woodham, James Groves, James Hitks, Warren Campbell. Row tour: Robert Stewart, Robert Dodd, Paul Smith, Eugene Key, Chris Poytherss, Phil Noland, George Holt, J. O. Doughty. American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers Row one: Larry Powell, Charles Haynes, Ken Price, Jim Vinson, Will Quinby, Robert Towry, Eugene Hayes. Row two: Pete Orr, Roger Brown, Gerald McGough, Calvin Duncan, Willard Cuzzort, Virgil Greene, Ron Bryant, Seth Hersh, Stephen Gedgoudas, Robert Woodward, Hammond Rood. The American Institute of Mining, Metal- lurgical, and Petroleum Engineers was founded in 1871 with an original membership of 22, and was the second engineering society to be formed in the United States. It is one of the five Founder Societies, the oldest, most im- portant and influential engineering societies in the country. A dynamic, growing organiza- tion, AIME now has almost 44,000 members throughout the world. 438 Pi Mu Epsilon The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon is the promotion of scholarly activity ' in mathematics. Pi Mu Epsilon works toward this aim: first, by electing to its ranks undergraduates and graduate students fulfilling the necessary quality point average and completing a certain number of hours in mathematics and secondly, by engaging in activities designed to further the mathematical and scholarly development of its members. The Alabama Alpha chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon. founded in 1922, is the fifth oldest chapter of this organization in the nation. Row one; Lynne Dodson, Kathy Keenum. Gary Jordan, Wade Cowart, David DeRamus, Harlod Davenport, Joe Hornback, David Drummonds, Janet Mc- Gee. Row two: Glenn Bedsoie, James Howell. Natalie Jones, Henry Pugh, James Whitson, Maurice James, Shirley Turner. Linda Posey. Sandra Schuiti;. Row chree: Gregg Vaughn, Dr. Henry Miller, M. B. Ulmer, Mary Ann Blair. YWCA The Young Women ' s Christian Association is an international organization with groups and projects all over the world. It is the oldest women ' s organization on the University of Alabama cam- pus. It strives to provide service to the community and to instill a better Christian attitude in its members. Seated, left to right: Pat Mason, Secretary; Nan Jenkins. President; Diane Sims. Treasurer Standing: Connie Gates. Publicity; Nanette Steele, Historian. Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa, the first Greek letter society, was founded on December 5, 1776, at the College of Wil- liam and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia. The Univer- sity of Alabama Chapter, Alpha of Alabama, was estab- lished in 1851 and was the twelfth chapter in order of establishment. The simple key, with the Greek letters Phi Beta Kappa, the three stars, and a pointinghand, has come to have universal identification with superior scholarship. Membership is for those students in liberal arts who are elected on the basis of broad cultural inter- ests, scholarly achievement, and good character. FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS Mable E. Adams Thomas B. Alexander Woodrow W. Boyett William P. Chilton Elizabeth Coleman Wade H. Coleman Ralph W. Cowarr George Croker Jacqueline V. Davis Eugene Dobson James F. Doster Dwight Eddins Virginia Foscue R. J. Frye Paul Garner Robert Henry Garner Ann Groggans R. E. Gibbin.Jr. Selby Hansscn M. Leigh Harrison R. M. Havens Robert B. Highsaw X ' . G. Hooks X ' illiam Stanley Hoole Mrs. Shaler C Houser Iredell Jenkins Margaret A. Johnson Walter F. Koch George Lang Fred A. Lewis Miriam Locke E. Robert Loomis John Luskin James B. McMillan J. D. Mancill Ellen K. Mason F. David Mathews Burton R. Morley Mrs. Emily B. Nash Jan Alan Nelson John C Payne Charles D. Perry William E. Pickins, Jr. Robert L. Plunkett John F. Ramsey C B. Ransone, Jr. Eric Rodgers Mrs. Sarah H. Rodgers Frank A. Rose Frances Rucks Mrs. Cynthis Ruiz-Fornell 1. Wniis Russell Jerome Scgweitzer Winston Smith Linton Stevern Hudson Strode Charles G. Summersell A. B. Thomas B. B. Trawick Marcus Whitman C B. Wicks Roger B. Wicks Jerry P. Winheld MEMBERS IN COURSE Elaine E. Alexander Robert N, Bland Frances E. Blount Ernest R. Cook Jane M. Couch Larry W. Craddock George E. Dailey James S. Daniel Robert W. Doiring Jennifer R. Flippo Susan Kay Holman Sarah Joanna Ivey Thomas S. Johnson William Thyrman Lockard Janet Louise Mate James Brown Mixon Robert Floyd Pass Mar ' L. Pate Jo Anne Raitord Gail Shannon Rogers Mary Toft Smith Davey Eugene Stringfellow Emily Sabo Sullivan Dusty Ann Wharton Donna Elizabeth Whitfield 440 American Society of Civil Engineers Pi Tau Sigma is the National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity, established March 16, 1915, at the University of Illinois. It was the desire of its founders to establish a closer bond of fellowship among those men in the study and profession of mechanical engi- neering, who by their academic or practical achievements, manifested a real interest and marked ability in their chosen work. The Pi Omicron Chapter of Pi Tau Sigma was established on May l4, 1948, on the University of Alabama Campus. Front row; Butch McConnell, Fred A. Harris, James W. Mays, Pat Richardson. Row two: William Bland, Dana Robinson. Larry Hudson, Larr ' Lloyd, Mike Lawley, George H. WooUey, Robert A. Lacey. 441 Chi Epsilon We, students, faculty, and alumni of the department of Civil Engineering at various Colleges and Universities, believing that a mark of distinction should be placed on the undergraduate who has upheld the honor of the department by high scholastic ability, and believing that a fraternity with the broad principles of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability would be an incentive to greater achievements in the Civil Engineering profession, do adopt this con- stitution as a guiding instrument for this organization. Front row: Ray Akin, Mike Newton, Louis Styhens, Johnny M. Hutt. Row two: Donald P. Moore, Rebbecca Smalley. Dan Turner. Row three sey, Guerry Denson, George Whittle, David Shaner. Row four: Jim Bambarger, BUI Walker, Warren G. Keith. Row five: Robert Patton, Ernest as L. Douglas. Row six: Robert Barnett, T. A. Carlton, Jr. David Ram- Fite, Thom- 442 American Institute of Interior Design Working as junior members of the American Institute of Interior Designers, the chapter on the University of Alabama campus stresses professionalism in interior design students. Educational programs to improve the art of interior design help to advance the standards of the profession and help stress the importance of having well- trained men and women as interior designers. Several programs of the student chapter AID during the year have featured Mr. Howard Tutwiler, who is the state president of the AID professional chapters. Mr. Tutwiler has been active on campus as the interior de- signer in the new student health services building and in the new library. American Institute of interior Desi Front row: Alice Shaffer, Sonya Batchelor. Joy Foshee, Ruthie Bass, Virginia Day. Shirley Estes. Row two: Mar- tha Rast, Judy Reynolds, Barbara Hydnck. Row three: Martha Graham, Alicia Hull, Joan Smith. Phi Tau Sigma The purpose ot the American Society of Civil Engineers is to help the civil engineering student prepare himself for entry into the profession and the society and to enrich his college courses by be- ginning those professional contacts and associations which, con- tinued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. Members include Ray Akin, Jim Bambarger, Robert P. Barnett, T. A. Carlton. Guerr ' Denson, Thomas Douglas. Ernest A. Fite. Johnny M. Hurt. James Keith, Donald P. Moore, Mike Newton, Robert Patton, David Ramsey, David L. Shaner, Rebecca Smalley. Louis Styhens, and Dan Turner. 444 Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the Ameri- can Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, and election to Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest scholarship honor that a student in Commerce and Business Administration can win. FACULTY AND STAFF Charles N. Adams Wilson T. Ashhy William R. Bennett Herman H. Chapman A. Lee Cobb J. D. Corriher Dale L. Cramer Grant M. Davis Frederick L. Drake William Baker Flowers Howard A. Folts S. Paul Garner John P. Gill Anyan A. Gordon Paul M. Gregory Robert F. Gwinner Nabil Hassan R. Murray Havans Langston T. Hawley Robert B. Highsaw Thomas N. Humble Harold D. Janes Joseph E. Lane Harry A. Lipson William H. Lucas J. Barry Mason Morris L. Mayer M. Clinton McGee Jack H. Menning Donald Mills C. Thomas Morre Henry B- Moore Burton R. Morley Lonnie Lee Ost om Paul Paulstain A. J. Penz Joseph O. Phillips William E. Pickens. Jr. J. Marion Posey Frank A. Rose Fred D. Reynolds Charles R. Scott, Jr. Edward M. Smith Clarence A. Spencer Wyllys G. Stanton Robert B. Sweeney John F. Vallery Horace H. Washburn Marcus Whitman STUDENTS James C. Carroll Robert F. Childs John H. Collins James P. Cooper, Jr. John R. Cooper, Jr. Marinda J. Caultas Dwight H. Covington Linda C. Cox Troy E. Daniel Charles Richard Dean Ronald J. Dornotf Loudell O. Ellis Oliver N. Esco Joseph C. Espy Herbert A. Finkelstein Conrad M. Fowler, Jr. James H. Fox Alma G. Gates Richard W. Gober Walter Ivey Graham Walter K. Henningan Dennis M. Kaiser Walter J. Klages Christopher M. Krebs Marjorie Lake Edward P. Mahoney William E. McGriff Renny L. Mize Suzanne M. O ' Connoe Elizabeth Owen Paul M. Phillips Beniamin Papaport llene F. Rosenteld Edward Paul Rutledge Patricia E. Siak M. E. Simmons Oliver W. Smith Pamela C. Smith Richard P. Solloway Douglas J. Spencer Robert H. Stuart William J. Tennanr Jack F. Thorne John E. Tyler Wilma L. Vaught Fredrick B. Voght Harold O. Wilson Sidney H. Yateman James N. Young 445 Afro-American Society Booker Fort, Ernestine Poole, Edward Nail i President i , Beatta Wilson. Circle K The Circle K Club, established at the University of Alabama in 195 , is an international service organization composed ot 500 clubs and over 9700 members. Circle K is not merely an organization, but a driving force, developing leadership for tomorrow while creating a bet- ter University today. Front row; Richard May, Mike Gravette, Governer of Alabama District; Mick Parnell, Treasurer; John Ziegler, President; David Hubbard, Secretary; Byron Baggett, Hugh Windle. Row two: Dwight Wilson, Jeff Persse, Hank Knight, Mudge Brooks, Keith Winder, Travis L. Mclntyre, Billy F. McCoy. 446 Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu was founded for those in the profession of Electrical Engineering who, by their attainments in college or in practice, have manifested a deep interest and marked ability in their chosen life work. These students may be brought into closer union so as to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the Engineering College and to make in an outstanding manner those who have conferred honor on their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship, activities, leadership, and exemplary character and to aid these students to progress through associa- tion with alumni who have attained prominence. Front row: Allen CJir.ine, Charles H Gunselman, David Pnckett, Kenneth Lewis, a nt H C m l. R tw j Robert Vc cite Antoine H Ayoub, Ro- bert A. Cantrell, Greeg Vaughn, Wayne Christian, Thomas Honeycutt, Larry Jackson. John J. Dearth. Row three: M. D. Campbell, Ron Reeves, James C. Butler. Admiral S. Piper, R, Craig Bradley, Charles M. Hess, Joel D. Benson, Edward H. Weaver, Larry Robinson, William Tranter. 447 Theta Sigma Phi Theta Sigma Phi was founded at the University of Washington in 1909. Several highly -praised journalists are taken into the fraternity each year as honorary members, and many members have been noteworthy editors and authors. Pledges of both organizations must meet certain scholastic requirements before being initiated, and all must plan to make journalism their profession after graduation. Front row: Barbara Burke, Alice Melius, Diane Southwell, Martha Jane Phillips, Miri.im G. Hill. Row two Ju.ly llrown, Janet Bently, B.irb.ira .Sim.ins, Ruthie Bass. 448 Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi, Professional Journalistic Society, is the world ' s oldest and largest honorary for journalists. The University of Alabama campus chapter of SDX strives to promote interest in journalism as a career and in the ideals of honest reporting. Le wis Williams, Bill Meriwether, John Croft, Bob Mellen, Woody Woodruff, Rick Murphy, Don Wikholm, Phil Williams, President; Bob Bass, Vice-Presi dent. 449 Sigma Alpha Eta The Epsilon Delta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Eta was organized on the University of Alabama campus in Spring 1968, and received its charter at the National Sigma Alpha Eta Convention in Denver, Colorado, in November. Sigma Alpha Eta is a national organization for college and university students majormg in a curriculum of speech pathology and or audio- logy, both clinical and research. Its objectives are to create and stimulate an interest among college students in the speech and hearing fields and to encourage professional growth by providing unique learning experiences. It also seeks to provide situations in which students and faculty may work together to advance the profession and to aid in public relations with other personnel and organizations. Front row: Lynn Cox, Stephanie Levert, Janice Kidd. Gale Gordon, Mrs. Fredda Crenshaw. Row two: Sherryl Edwards, Karen Wohn, Betty Priddy, Ida Rose Levy, Marion Brooks, Judy Craddock, Kay Catrino, Kristin Spain. 450 University Singers and Coral Union The University Singers spend many hours practicing under the caretlil direction of Mr. Kenneth Neilson. The University Singers and Coral Union participated in the Concert-Lecture Series on December 15, 1968. They performed a Christmas concert which attracted many students and faculty members. iz-m Kii-Sm r. JA ' l ' s ' i- . iss?, 4 lJMt " «fe,. ' ? ' :»%srf,Kt7 ' ?!?e ' tl ' 4.4ii . aA , ■ . ,.-c ef..r?.. ' i " « j: 4 «? ' ' ' MMUis!i.,iitmA i h •fe ' r ' - ' i .feab,i ' «4 ' ' M ' r«£ Zi-£i NJlfej Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities Adrian Grant Margaret Ingram Mike Sutton Patti Saik Paul Clark Barbara Maxwell Merrill Liveakos 4 54 • « x- fSfff- Beth Caldwi. 1 ilLJ - K? Julie Lott Mary Ann Herbert ,...: ' ' Mil -Bam tl«,l! ,,, 1 1 ■-,„f0;7l, Janice Windam Joe Espy Pam Smith Ann Moeling 455 Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities Elaine Alexander %mi f4 w m Newman Strawbridge Jerrianne Hammock Joanna Ivey Laura Hancock Carolyn Northcutt Shannon Allison 4 56 Lynn Hosty Seth Hurst Beth Pollard Harriet Bostick BrenJa Rdult Becky RiJdle Larry Hudson Ken Rodgers 457 Graduates p « o ' -1 ' ADAMS, LUCIA REED; Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. ASHURST, HUGH MORGAN, JR.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. BAILEY, CYNTHIA VIRGINIA; Albertville; Arts and Sciences. BAKER, SANDRA DEAN; Martin, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. BILLS, MART ANN; Tuscaloosa; Education. BLAIR, NANCY IRENE; Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. BLANKS, MAE CAROL; Mentone; Education. BRANNON, MARTHA B.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, CHARLOTTE CREAGH; Butler; Education. BUNDY, GLADYS JUANITA; T roy; Arts and Sciences. BURKE, BARBARA ANN; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Arts and Sciences. BURLAGE, DONALD WILLIAM; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. BURWELL, EDWIN DUDLEY; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. COLEMAN, RICHARD LEON; HuntsviUe; Home Economics. COTE, JOHN L.; Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi CRUMP. TIMOTHY PALMER; Huntsville; Education; Theta Xi. CUNNINGS, RUBY NELL; Campbell; Education. EDMONDS, CHARLES HUGH; Grant; Education. ELGIN, MAR ' l ' ANN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. ENGLEBERT, EDWARD LYNN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. FITE, CAROL SLOAN; Tuscaloosa; Education. FLEMING, DORA ANN; Hartford; Education. GARRISON, WILLIAM CECIL, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Smma Kappa. GRAHAM, MARIE H; Proctorville, North Carolina; Education. GRAHAM, PATTERSON TONY; Proctorville, North Carolina; Ed- ucation. GRANADE, MARY E.; Grove Hill; Education. GRAND, MICHAEL W.; Cambria Heights, New York; Education; Alpha Epsilon Pi. GRIFFIN, THOMAS FLEET; Tuscaloosa; Commerce an d Business Ad- ministration; Phi Gamma Delta. HAIGLER, B ADELIA; Montgomery; Education; Delta Delta Delta. HAIRSTON, JORDAN LEE; Florence; Arts and Sciences. HARGROVE, WALTER EDWARD, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. HENSON, KENNETH TYRONE; Albertville; Arts and Sciences. HESS, CHARLES MORRELL, JR.; Mobile; Engineering; Sigma Chi. HILL, DERICK ROGER; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HOLBERG, ROBERT SCHWART; Mobile; Education. JONES, CLARICE TRUE; Harrodsburg, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences. KEASLER, WARREN KENT; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. KELLEY, NANCY JEAN; Dothan; Education. KINSAUL, REGINIA J.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. KNUDSEN, MARSHALL SCHAVLAND; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. KOVAC, CONNIE; Oak Grove, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. KRAPE, WILLIAM EMMETT; Rome, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. KULBEIDA, ROB S.; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Education; Alpha Epsilon Pi. KUSINA, PAUL ANTHONY; Rutland, Vermont; Arts and Sciences. LAMONT, CROSBY SAMURL; Pen Yan. New York; Commerce and Business Administration. 458 Graduates LAMPREA. JORGE E.; Colombia, South America; Engineering. LEGGFTTE, JOHN MC CREA; Falls Church. Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LOSADA, ALBERTO; Colombia, South Amenta; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LYONS, SARAH ELIZABETH; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Education; Delta Gamma. MC DOWELL. PAUL MC DOWELL; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Chem- istry. MC NUTT, JARETTA GOOLSBY; Winfield; Education. MC CRORY, NELLIE R.; Frisco City; Education. MC MUNN, MARY JOE; Athens; Education. MARQUARDT, WILLIAM CHARLES, 111; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. MILLER, MABRY WARD; HuntsviUe; Arts and S c i e n c e s; Delta Gamma. MILLER. WAYNE GEORGE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MILLIAN, TRE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MOORE. JAMES DANIEL; Fayette; Arts and Sciences. MORAN, ODEAN GRIFFIN; Daviston; Arts and Sciences. MORROW, PATRICIA SUE; Red Bay; Home Economics. NEERGAARD, JOHN RUNYAN; T uscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. NOEL, WILLIAM H., JR.; PrattviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. ORTEGA, JESUS ANGEL; Pueblo, Mexico; Engineering. PECKHAM, LOIS ANN; Purvis, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration. PETTY, ARLEN DWIGHT; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi. PICKETT, EDWARD POOLE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. PRESTON, CHERYL DARLEEN; Moulton; Education. PRESTWOOD, JUDITH ALICIA; Atmore; Education. RAIFORD, JO ANNE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. RAYFIELD, LEWIS EDWARD, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. REMY, ALFREDO; Lima, Peru; Engineering. RENICK, THOMAS LYNCH; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Theta Chi. ROGERS, WALTER DOUGLAS, JR.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SCHUSTER, FRANK KENNETH; Cincinnati, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SELF, LEE VANN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. SEVIN, RONALD C; New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. SMITH, ELIZABETH ANN: Bessemer; Education. SNELL, WILLIAM ROBERT; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. SPRATLING, GAYLE MARKS; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. STALLWORTH, ROBERT M.; Meridian, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration. STONE, FRANCES JEAN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. STRICKLEN, JOSEPHINE MC KENNEY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. STRICKLIN, JUDY GAIL; Birmingham; Education. SULLIVAN JERRIE THORNTON; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. TAGERT, CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA; Citronelle; Arts and Sciences. TALERO, ELSA LEONOR; Bogota, Colombia; Arts and Sciences. TAYLOR, BARR WAYNE; Downsville, Louisiana; Education. TAYLOR, RALPH LEE; Apoplsa, Florida; Education. TRENKLE, MARY P.; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. ULMER, MILLARD B,, JR.; DemopoUs; Arts and Sciences. 459 Graduates UNDERWOOD, STEPHEN SHARP; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WALKLEY, ANN EMERA; Fairfield; Arts and Sciences. WATKINS, NANCY LEE; Northport; Social Work; Alpha Omicron Pi. WATT, RICHARD BRUCE; Western Sprin.ys, Illinois; Arts and Sciences. WIDEMAN, THOMAS BRADLEY; Tuscaloosa; Education. WILLIAMSON. STEPHEN RODNEY; Prattville; Arts and Sciences. WIRKUS, LEONARD FAUSTIN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WRIGHT, BARBARA JANE; Sheffield; Arts and Sciences, WRIGHT, JOHN DRYBVRGH; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. YARBROUGH, CURTIS FRENCH; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. YARBROUGH, LOUISE PEARSON; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. YOST, VAUGHN HERBERT; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. 460 Law School ACUFF, FRED M., JR.; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega. ALEXANDER, DAN C, JR.; Mobile. BAILEY, GORDON F., JR.; Mobile. BARNETT, DAVID C; Mobile; Pi Kappa Alpha. BATTLES. HAYDEN RANDALL; Cullman. BENTON, DANIEL ALEXANDER; Robertsdale. BERGER. STEVEN R.; Tuscaloosa. BOWLES, JAMES ROBERT; Tallassee. BRACKNER, WILLIAM O.; Bessemer. BRANCH, CLIFFORD LANIER; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BRUNSON, MELVIN WAYNE; Mobile. BRYSON, GEORGE PHILIP; Birmingham. BUTLER, PHILLIP H.; Pike Road; Alpha Tau Omega. GARDEN, GRIFTON EDWARD; Reform. CARTER, HARRY LEE; Birmingham; Theta Chi. Fairfax. Hendersonville, Tennessee; CHARLTON, RICHARD EDMUND, III. COCHRAN. CHARLES WILLIAM, III. Kappa Sigma. CONGER, PAUL S., JR.; Andalusia. CRAWFORD, SHIRLEY; Marion. DANLEY, JOEL FRANKLIN; Florence. DAVIS, TINE W., JR.; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega. DAWSON, WILLIAM MONROE, JR.; Birmingham. DIAMOND, ROSS MARTIN, III; Mobile; Sigma Nu. DICKERT, DON CHARLES; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Sigma. DORMAN, RICHARD THOMAS; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon. ELLIS, JOHN FRANK; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha. FERNIANY, MICHAEL GABRIEL; Mobile; Sigma Chi. FIEVET, HAROLD EUGENE, JR.; Birmingham. GARRETT, JAMES WILLIS, JR.; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega. GOMEL, WALTER EARLE; Macon, Mississippi; Sigma Chi. GRAVES. MAURICE VANLIER, JR.; Hartselle; Phi Kappa Psi. GREAVES. THOMAS GUY, III.; Mobile. HAMILTON, ERNEST DUNCAN; Huntsville; Sigma Chi. HAMILTON, FRANK D.; Russellville. HARDIN, WILLIAM SAMUEL; Monroeville. HART, CHARLES CENTERFIT; Gadsden. HOBBS, RALPH NICOLSON; Selma. HOPPER, ROBERT LUTHER, III.; Tuscaloosa; Beta Theta Pi. JAMES, DRAYTON NOBLES; Northport. JOHNSON. RONALD WAYNE; Tuscaloosa; Theta Chi. JONES, CHARLES L.; Mobile. LANHAM, BENJAMIN TILLMAN, 111; Aubur LESTER, JAMES LARRY; Lanett. LONG, ROY EDGAN; Tuscaloosa. LONG, WILLIAM B.; Jasper; Sigma Nu. 461 Law School MM MACRORY, ROBERT AMES; Montgomery. MATHER, ALEXANDER MtNAIR, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Delta Kappa Epsilon. MAY, SOCAR DWAYNE; Tuscaloosa. MORRISON, LEE E.; Media, Pennsylvania; Theta Xi. MORTON, BRUCE EDWARD; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega. MOSELEY, CHARLES EDGAR; Chatom. MULLINS, ROGER W.; Tuscaloosa. McELVY, J. DOUG; Montgomery. McFERRlN, HARRIS EDWARD; Greenville. McMlLLlAN, ROLAND WAYNE; Grove HiU. NABORS, SCOTT RAYMOND; Dothan; Sigma Nu. NEWTON, CHARLES OLIVER; Greenville; Beta Theta Pi. NICHOLSON, HUGH PERCEY; HuntsviUe. OWENS, JACK ALLEN; West Chester, Pennsylvania. PARKER, JOHN WILLIAM; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PARTIAN, CHARLES C; Montgomery. PEARSON, JOHN RICHMOND; Leroy. PERKINS, CHARLES; Macon, Mississippi. PETERSON, DREW WARREN; Tuscaloosa; Phi Kappa Psi. PETERSON, JOSEPH LEONARD, JR.; Tuscaloosa. PHILLIPS, ROBERT ALLEN; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi. PIKE, DANIEL ADOLPHUS; Tuscaloosa. POTTS, ROBERT LESLIE; Florence. PUGH, WILLIAM BARTLETT; Tuscaloosa; Theta Chi. ROBINSON, CHARLES GRIGG; HuntsviUe; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBINSON, THOMAS REED; HuntsviUe; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHBURG, MAX NORMAN; Lockhart; Phi Gamma Delta. RUSSELL, JOHN FRANK; Haleyville. RUTLAND, LOUIS COOPER; Fitzpatrick. SCHIBANI, ALBERT JOSEPH; Birmingham. SEAL, ROBERT M.; Livingston. SEALY, A. JUDSON, JR.; Mobile. SHORT, WILLIAM AMOS, JR.; Nulga. SLAYTON, MARION SYLVESTER; Lexington, Illinois. SMITH, WILLIAM ASHLEY; Birmingham. SPRATLING, BENJAMIN BARNETT, III; Tuscaloosa; Phi Gamma Delta. STEWART, DONALD WAYNE; Gadsden. WALTON, ABBOTT BRAND, JR.; Birmingham. WARD, DAVID HALL; Birmingham. WATSON, WILLIAM THOMAS; Maplesville. WEBB, SAMUEL LAFAYETTE; York. WEBSTER, JOSEPH CARLTON; Chickasaw. WHITTAKER, RICHARD WARREN; Enterprise; Sigma Nu. WILLIAMS, ROGER COURTLAND; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Chi. WILLIAMS, SPOTTSWOOD HOLLAND; Greensboro. 462 M fWffil ' AiJmiS:!- ' . . .i- A. ' l. .....:. ' ...■ ' i ' . %.K. ' : ' ,.K . .k r fih ,i:U ., --: Si M ' S ' ' Senior ABBOTT. WIILIAM RICHARD; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theia Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta. ADAIR. CHARLES EDWARD; Birmingham. Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. ADAMS. WILLIAM BRYAN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. ADDCOCK, HAROLD; Foley; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. ADDISON. EVELYN SUE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ADKINS. STEPHEN; Cordova; Education. AKERS. MERRIDETH JERAN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Marketing Club, AFROTC Officers Club Vice President. Arnold Air Society Secretary. Commander Sabre Drill Team. Outstanding Second Year Basic Cadet. General Dynamics Award. Dean s List. Cadet Wing Commander AFROTC. ALAMEDDINE, KHALED SAMIH; Tripoli, Lebanon; Engineering; LS.A. ALLEN, CRAIG; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALLEN. ENOUGH CHRIS; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ALLEN. GILBERT MARTIN; Tuscaloosa; Phi Sigma Kappa; Society for the Advancement of Management. ASTD. IFC ALLEN. HERBERT RAY; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Acacia; IEEE. ALLEN. NX ' ILLIAM; Enterprise; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Pi Kappa Phi. ALLISON. PATRICIA DIAN; Jasper. Education. ALLRED. LARRY DOUGLAS; Cullman; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Chi. AMERINE. HENRY MILLARD; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON. JOHN WILLIAM; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON. LAURA JEAN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. ANDERTON. NORMA GAYLE; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Spirit, SGA, AiESEC, Young Republicans. ANDROSKI, EDWARD; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. APEL, SHARON KAYE; Cullman; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Delta Delta Delta. ARMSTRONG. JAMES DANIEL, III.; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. ARNO LD. DAVID WHISENANT; Birmingham; Engineering; Kappa Kappa Sigma. ASHENFELTER. MALENNA LOW; Jasper; Educarion; AIESEC Ex- ecutive Secretary. Graduate Assistant Tutwiler Hall. ATHEY. JAMIE LEE; Mobile; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ATKINS. THOMAS LYNN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. AYER. SUSAN CHASE; Huntsville; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Epsilon. Delta Phi Alpha, Alpha Beta Alpha. BAARS. LUANNE FIRESTONE; Pensacola. Florida; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta; Agnes Ellen Harris Club. BAGGETT. BYRON JACKSON; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi, AIESEC Foreign Trainceship, Circle K, Bama Day Committee, Homecoming Committee, Traffic Court, Commerce Executive Council. BAILES, GEORGE LEWIS, III; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BAILEY, BRENDA ANN; Northport; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon. BAILEY, ELLA KATHERINE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, YWCA. BAILEY, ERNEST MINGE, JR.; Fairhope; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi BAILEY, WILLIAM MICHAEL; Temple Hills, Maryland; Commerce and Business Administration. BAINS, JOHN MAXWELL; Guntersville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. BAITES, CHARLES CLIFTON, JR ; Toney; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Marketing Club, IFC Representative. BAKER, CONNIE JEANINE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Wes- ley Foundation Secretary, French Club President, American Red Cross. BAKER, GEORGE THOMAS; Opp; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. BAKER, JOSEPH DANIEL; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Phi Sigma Kappa; AICHE BAKER, SCHUYLER, ALLEN; Birmingham;Commerceand Business Ad- ministration; Pi Kappa Alpha; IFC Representative. BALDWIN, SUSANNE FRANCIS; Coral Gables, Florida; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Triangle, University Players, Associated Women Students. BANKS, JANE COLEMAN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BARR, NANCY O ' BRIEN; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon. BARR, ROBERT WILLIAM; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Sigma. BARTLETT, AMELIA JANE; Double Springs; Education; AFROTC Angel Flight. 464 Class BARTON, BARBARA ANN; Jasper; Education. BARTON, C;HARLES RAVBURN; Dora; Arts and Sciences. BARTON, lODIE LVNNE; Cordova; Education. BASSETT, CAROLE LEAVEL; Montgomery; Education; Triangle. Tri- Beta, Dormitory Senior Advisor, Summer School Judiciary Head. BATES, CARC)L1NE CARGILE; Mobile; Education; Chi Omega; Co- tillion Club Representative. BATES. KENNETH DEAN; Union Grove; Arts and Sciences. BATES, THOMAS OVERALL; Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi. BAUGHMAN, GEORGIA MARIE; Warren, Ohio; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Gamma; Treasurer lAWS; Secretary and Treasurer of Panhellenic; Secretary Alabama Union; Executive Board Delta Gamma. BAXTER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, JR.; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega, Crimson White Photographer. BEAGLE, RONALD MAX; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Marketing Club. BEASLEY, SARAH ELIZABETH; Albertville; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BECK, PAMELA KEENE; Sheffield; Education; Delta Delta Delta; SNEA, Spirit, Swan Club, Lambda Chi Sweetheart Finalist, Dormitory Judiciary, Vice President Martha Parham West. BECK, ROLLA EARL, 111; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade. BEEBE, BARBARA ANN; North Aurora. Illinois; Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, BETTY ANN; Dulaski, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BENNETT, ELINOR SUE; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Crimson- White, Pi Tau Chi. BENSON, DUDLEY DAVID; Florence; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. BENTLEY, GARY MICHAEL; Hartselle; Engineering. BENTLE ' l ' . RICHARD LEE; Anniston; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, BENTON, MARY ELLEN; Atlanta, Georgia; Education; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma; Dean ' s List. Kappa Delta Epsilon. Sigma Delta Pi. BERNBAUM, JOAN LYNN; Boaz; Arts and Sciences. BESHEARS, JEMISON ROGER; Boaz; Arts and Sciences. BESSETTE, EDWARD GARY; Foley; Engineering. BEST, GEORGE ROGER; Athens; Education. BEVILLE, LINDA LEWIS; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; K.ippa Kappa Gamma. BISHOP. HARVEY GLENN; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Adminis tration; Marketing Club. BITTLE. ROBERT JOHN; Chickasaw; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. BLACK. DANIEL HUGH; Arab; Education. BLACKBURN. JANE CHURCH; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. BLACKMON. NAN ELIZABETH; Opelika; Education; Delta Zeta. BLACKSTON, PEGGY JANE; Oakman; Education. BLACKWELL, CLA ' TURNER; Adamsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi. Marketing Club. BLAKNEY. JAMES ALVIN; AliceviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. BLALOCK, BRENDA BETH; Hanceville; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha. BLALOCK, PAMELA PAULINE; Cullman; Education. BLAND, JOHN GRADY, JR.; Hanceville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, AFROTC. Cadet Officers Club, Arnold Air So- ciety. BLOUNT, FRANCES ELIZABETH; Oneonta; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta. BLOUNT. MARY JO; Huntsville; Education; Delta Zeta; SGA Banquet Committee; AWS Publicity Committee. Spirit. BOLEN. JOE BENJAMIN, 111; Greenville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Tau Omega. BOLIN, MARY SUSAN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BOND, SCHERREINE DEA; Cincinnati, Ohio; Home Economics; Second Vice-President and Social Chairman Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sophomore Council, Phi Upsilon Omicron. Editor and Scholarship Chairman. BONNER, CHARLES RAY; Berry; Education. BONNER. JUD ' ; Camden; Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Vice- President School ot Home Economics. First Vice-President Delta Gamma, Phi LIpsilon Omicron Treasurer, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Dean s List, Dean s Advisory Board. BOOKER, AMELIA LAURIE; Mobile; Education; Senior Council. BOONE. GORDON DAVID; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Chi Phi; AIESEC. iM 465 Senior BOSWELL, JUDY FRANCES; Selma; Education; Phi Mu; ROTC Army Sponsor. BOUDREAUX, BRENDA KAY; Foley; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Dclca, Siema Alpha Eta, Dean ' s List. BOYD, CLARENCE PIERCE, Emelle; Engmeering; Alpha Tau Omega; Theta Tau, ASCE. BOYKIN, PAUL EDGERTON; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi. BRASWELL, JASON MARTIN; Dothan; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; SGA House. BRAZIL, RICHARD ALAN; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Chi. BRIGHTWELL, EDWARD MASSEY; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BRISKMAN, ARTHUR BENNETT; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; President Hillel, Vice-President Student Religious Association, Director Student Activities. Research Assistant Corolla, Activities Editor Corolla, SGA Executive Cabinet.Campus Chest Oraanization Chairman, Treasurer Zeta Beta Tau. BROOKS, SARAH KATHERINE; Camilla, Georgia; Education; Kappa Delta. BROOME, JOHN STEPHEN; Roanoke; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Gamma Delta.. BROWN, CHARLES CRISMAN; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club, President Phi Gamma Delta. BROWN, EDITH JO " ! ' ; New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. BROWN, JAMES DOUGLAS; Florence; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Sigma. BROWN, JAMES MARTIN, JR.; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. BROWN, JUDY PRISCILLA; Northport; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Triangle. Panhellenic, Corolla Section Editor, Public Relations Commissioner AWS, L ' nion Board oi Directors, Spirit Officer. BROWN, MARGARET SUSAN; Florence; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. BRO-WN, QUENTIN QUARLES; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Emphasis ' 69 Committee. BROWN, RACHEL; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Delta; President Kappa Delta, Vice-President Triangle, Kappa Delta Pi, House of Rep- resentatives SGA, Panhellenic, Spirit. BROWN, REBECCA SUZANNE; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta; Chi Delta Phi, Dean s List, Cotillion Club, AWS Elections Committee, Chairman Elections Forums. BROWN, ROGER DOUGLAS; Anniston; Engineering. BROWN, STELLA ANN; Sulligent; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Spirit, Spirit Usherette, Alabama Union Committee, Greek Week Com- mittee, Senior Council, Corolla Staff AWS House of Representatives. BRYAN, HOWARD FLOURNOY, IV; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Band, Delta Sigma Pi, Advanced Army ROTC, Scabbard and Blade. BR ' l ' AN, JUDITH ALICIA; Gadsden; Home Economics; Secretary Spirit Club, Spirit Usherette, Swan Club, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Top Ten Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts. Model for Senior Council Brid- al Fashion Show. BUCHANAN, SUELLEN; Titusville, Florida; Home Economics; Al- pha Chi Omega; Phi Upsilon Omicron. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. BUCKNER, JAMES DOUGLAS; Fayette; Engineering; Member IEEE, Professional Engineer-in-Training. BUCKNER, JAMES X ' ILLIAM; Haleyville; Education. BUERGER, DEBORAH ANNE; Mobile; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Alpha Beta Alpha. BL ' LTER, JUDY ALLEN; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; Triangle, AWS Social Chairman, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon. BURGESS, JACKIE DALE; Florence; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Marketing Club. BURNETTE, SHELLEY KAY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Town Girls Association. BURTON. CAROLYN; Gadsden; Education; Delta Gamma; Univer- sity Dancers. BUSH, JERRY ALAN; Tupelo, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Kappa Lambda. BUSH, SHERANN LOUISE; Huntsville; Education; Young Repub- licans. BUSSEY, PATRICIA GAIL; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BUTLER, NICKOLAS MURRAY; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BYNUM, CLARA ANN; Gadsden; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron. BYRD, JAMES DAVID; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. BYRD, MARTHA SUE; Florence; Education; SNEA. Dorm Judiciary. CAIN, SUSAN GAYLE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Big Judi- ciary, Minor Rules Committee, Spirit, Louis Pasteur Society. CALDY ' ELL. MARY ELIZABETH; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu; Panhellenic President, Mortar Board, Who s Who In American Colleges and LIniversities, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Board of Publications. CALVERT, EMMA DIANE; Boaz; Education; Pi Beta Phi. CAMPBELL. JO ELLEN; Birmingham; Education. CANNON, ANNE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; Louis Pasteur Society. CANNOVA, CARL JOSEPH; Birmingham; Engineering. CARDWELL, JOHN NATHAN; Docona, Texas; Commerce and Business Administration; Baseball Team. Class CARNATHAN, SARAH ANN; Northport; Arts and Sciences; Delta Omicron. Choral Union, Baptist Student Union. CARRELL. DENNIS DEE; Oakman; Education. CARROLL. DAVID EUGENE; Ozarl ; Education; President of Men ' s Residence Hall Council, Scabbard and Blade. Alpha Phi Omega. Board ot Publications. CARROLL, VIRGINIA W ' lLKINS; Hurtsboro; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARSON. MARCIA; Wadley; Arts and Sciences; Pasteur Society. WRHC, AWS House of Representatives, Dormitory Officer. CARTER, KEITH CHRISTOPHER; Cullman; Education; Delta Chi. CARTER, SANDRA HENDON; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CARVER, JUNE LESTER; Tuscaloosa; Education; KappaKappa Gamma. CASEY, CURTIS MACK; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. CASH, STANLEY ALLAN; Hartselle; Commerce and_ Business Ad- ministration; Vice-President Interfraternity Council, Traffic Court, Delta Sigma Pi, Corolla Staff, Circle K. CATLIN, MENTOR WILLIAM; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; CSA As- semblyman. CATRINO, MARSHA KAY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Eta, Town Girls, Homecoming Committee. CAYLEY, JL!DY CATHARINE; Birmingham; Education. CHANDLER, WILLIAM; Birmingham; Education; Theta Xi. CHAPMAN, DONALD; Helena; Education; Advanced Army ROTC. CHAPPELL, WILLIAM LAWRENCE; Tunnel Springs; Arts and Sci- ences. CHEN, IGRAM; Hunghom, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Engineering. CHENAULT, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH; Moulton; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Aijnes Ellen Harris Club. CHERRY, JAMES ALBERT; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. CHESTER, CAROLYN VIRGINIA; Lisman; Education; My Phi Epsilon Historian, Senior Advisor Tutwiler Hall, Baptist Student L ' nion, X ' om- ens Residence Hall Council, Dormitory Officer CHILDS, ANNE FORREST; Slocomb; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. CHILDS, BOB FLETCHER; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma, A Club. CHRISTIAN, SHIRLEY JEAN; Northport; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. CLARK, LINDA KATE; Jasper; Education; Phi Theta Kappa. CLARK, PAUL NEXX ' TON; Tuscumbia; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Alpha; SGA Vice-President, Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who s Who in American Colleges and Universities. CLAY, DANA LEIGH; Coral Gables. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta; Editor Crimson-White, Board of Publications, Student Life Committee, Honors Committee, Kappa Delta, Spirit, Advertising Club, Concert Lecture Series. Cotillion Club, Psychology Club. CLEM, JAMES CALVIN; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Delta Theta President, S.A.M. CLEMENT, SUZANNE; HaleyviUe; Arts and Sciences. CLEMENTS, MARY STANLEY; Northport; Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Beta Alpha, Town Girls Organization, Baptist Union. CLINE. RICHARD LANE; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. COALSON, TIMOTHY RONALD; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Young Republican Club. COATES, JO LYNN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; Tri- angle, Pi Mu Epsilon, YWCA. COBB, FORREST ANN; Whistler; Arts and Sciences; Mu Phi Epsilon Treasurer, Senior Advisor Women ' s Residence Hall. COHEN, DIANNE HORTENSE; Anchorage, Alaska; Home Economics; Sigma Delta Tau; Air Force Angel ROTC Sponsor. COKER. JIMMY DALE; Florence; Engineering; IEEE. COKER, SARAH LYNN; Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Corolla Lav-out Editor. Corolla Mana ging Editor. COLE. CHARLES EDWARD; Fort Payne; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Vice-President of Society for Advancement ot Management. Editor of " The Commerce Key. COLES, JAMES MARTIN; Clayton; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Sigma Nu. COLEY, NANO ' SWIFT; Mountain Brook; Education; Kappa Delta; Freshman Council, Rush Advisor, French Club, lAWS. COLLIER, HARRIET LYNN; Elba; Education; Kappa Delta; Spirit. COLLINS, RICHARD LEE; Birmingham; Engineering. COLVARD, lOHN, IR,; Opelika; Arts and Sciences. CONDON, PATRICIA GAY; Slidell, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. CONNOLLY, DAVID FRANCIS; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. COOK. CAROLYN CLEVELAND; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Q ip. mktM B gg 467 Senior lif COOK. CHARLES BRADFORD; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Brigade Commander Army ROTC. Captain ot Rifle Team, Vice-President of Ca- det Officers Club, Armv ROTC Scholarship, American Chemical Society. COOK, CHARLIE THOMAS, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. COOK, LISTON FOSTER; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Spanish Club, Festival ot Arts Committee. COOLEY, BARBARA KAY; Tupelo, Mississippi; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. COOLEY, GARY STEVEN; Cullman; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. COOLEY, PATRICIA DIANNE; Talladega; Education. COOPER, JAMES PERSHING, JR.; Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Tau Omega; Dean ' s List, Alpha Tau Omega Treasurer COOPER, MARCIA SHARRON; Jasper; Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta. COPELAND. GLENDA FAY; Hartselle; Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, SNEA, House Judiciary. CORAZZARl, PHILLIP NELSON; Decatur; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. CORINA, ALFRED CALISTO; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. COTTON, BERLYN THOMAS; Pensacola, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. COUCH, JANE MAURICE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. COUCH, NANCY GABA; Winfield; Education; Chi Omega. COUNTS, SUSAN LYNN; Tallassee; Education; Delta Zeta; AWS, Spirit, Standards Chairman for Delta Zeta. COWART, WADE; Russellville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Mu Epsilon. COX, JERRY L ' NN; Brandon, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta; Sigma Alpha Eta. COX, LINDA C AROL; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; AlESEC, Marching Band, Marketing Club, Young Republican Club, Society for Advancement of Management. COX, LONNIE; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Arnold Air Society, Pi Mu Epsilon, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. COX, RUB ' LLICILLE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Historian Afro- American Society. COZART, MELBA JOYCE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Pasteur So- Clet ■, Town Girls. CRAPPS, JOHN MORGAN; Live Oak, Florida; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. CRAWFORD, SUSAN LEE; West Point, Georgia; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. CREW, SYLVIA; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. CRIBB, PAMELA SUE; Coumbus, Georgia; Education. CRIM, RALPH KENNETH, JR.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CROCKER, PERCY VANDORN; Demopolis; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Treasurer; Alpha Epsilon Delta. CROFT, CANDY; Atlanta, Georgia; Education; Transfer from Llniver- sitv ot Mississippi. CRUMP, ELIZABETH ANN; Parrish; Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Beta Alpha, Second Vice- President Mary Burke West. CULBERT, LOUISE ANNE; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. CULBRETH, ALAN COACHMAN; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi. CUMMINGS, BRENDA EARNEST; Goodsprings; Arts and Sciences; Chi Delta Phi. CUMMINGS, THOMAS STEVE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Arnold Air Society. CUPP, KAREN ALESIA; Cullman; Arts and Sciences. CURRY, EMILY JANE; Tuscaloosa; Education. CURTIS. MARY LEIGH; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Mu Epsilon, President Junior Panhellenic, AWS Activities Committee. Panhellenic Greek Week Committee. CUZZORT, WILLARD GERALD; Birmingham; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, AIME, Phi Eta Sigma, Dean ' s List. DAMSON, THOMAS STEWART; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. DANIEL, JAMES SLOAN; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Arts and Sci- ences Honors Program. DANIEL, SANDRA FAYE; Jasper; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Alpha Omicron Pi; First Vice-President Tenth Floor Tutwiler Dormitory. DAUSSMAN, CYNTHIA LOUISE; Huntsville; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Recording Secretary Phi Upsilon Omicron. Geology Club. DAVIDSON. FRANK EDWARD. JR.; Demopolis; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. DAVIS, BRENDA MARIE; Birminghain; Education; Phi Mu; Spirit, ' VCA. Farrago Staff. French Club. DAVIS. DONNA ROBENA; Centreville; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Crimson Girl. Circle K Sweetheart 196 . Spirit Usherette, SNEA. Col- lege Life. Top Four Freshman Cheerleader. DAVIS. DUDLEY FRANK; Alexander City; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi; Scabbard and Blade. Officers Club. 468 Class DAVIS. GAR ' l ' JOE; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau; AlCHE, Advanced Armv ROTC, University Rifle Team. DAVIS, GLORIA ELOVINE; Delta; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta; Spirit, Spirit Governing Board, German Club. DAVIS, JIMMY WAYNE; Winficld; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta. DAVIS. JULIE LOUISE; Moundville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. DAVIS, SUSAN ELAYNE; Oxford; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA, Activities Chairman and Second Vice-President Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President and President Chi Delta Phi, Dormitory Judiciary Coun cil, Dormitory Vice-President, ANX ' S Transfer Committee. DAWS, CAROL FA YE; Centreville; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA. DEEGAN. MICHAEL WARREN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Student Representative, Finance Club. DEMOUY, WILLIAM GALE, JR.; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Marketing Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Delta Sigma Pi. DEMPSEY, JACK; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Administration; Marketing Club. DEPPE, RICHARD JAY; Louisville, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; A Club. Basketball Team. DERRICK. THOMAS MONROE; Scottsboro; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Marketing Club. DICKINSON. LAURA JANICE; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Chi Theta, Marketing Club. DICKSON, HILDA ADELE; Gadsden; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DILLON, ANDREW CRAWFORD, III.; Montgomery; Phi Kappa Psi; Arts and Sciences. DITORO, PETER; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. DOBSON, ROBERT JAMES; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Association. DODGEN, SHARON ELAINE; Standing Rock; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club. DODSON. LYNNE ELLEN; Sheffield; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Delta Zeta Judiciary Chairman. DODSON, MELODY STEWART, Cullman; Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club. DOMINICK, CANDICE ADELE; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DONALD, JAMES INZER; Anniston; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Crusade for Christ, Marketing Club. DONALD, MARTHA RUSSELL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DORMAN, LINDA SUE; Springfield, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; lAWS Transportation Committee. DOROUGH, JOHN, JR.; Tallassee; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; AFROTC, Arnold Air Society. DOUGLASS, ANGUS GILLIS, III; DeFuniak Springs, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. DOLIGLASS, ROBERT, JR.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Marketing Club, IFC Judiciary, Alpha Kappa Psi. DOWLING, RAYMOND BRITTON; Dothan; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; S.A.M., Scabbard and Blade, Delta Mu Sigma, Selta Mu Gamma, Cadet Officers Club, Army ROTC Scholarship. DOWNS, ALAN CLIFFORD; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. DOZIER, JUNE MOZELLE; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Spirit, SNEA, Dean ' s List. DUKE. JOHN DANIEL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. DUNCAN, JULIA NORRIS; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris Club Secretary and Treasurer, Spirit Usherette, Union Special Events Committee, First Vice-President Alpha Omicron Pi. DUNLOP, DANIEL MCDONALD, II.; Auburn; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Homecoming Committee 1968, Festival of Arts Com- mittee 1968. DUNN, MARTHA CAROL; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. DUNN, REBECCA ANNE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. DUNN, ROSIE ANN; Hayden; Arts and Sciences. DUPRE, MIMI EUGENIA; Frogmore, Louisiana; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DURHAM, JANE WALL; Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. DUVALL, ELIZABETH DENBY; MonroeviUe; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. ERNEST, JAMES BYTHEL; Winfield; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Secretary S.A.M. EASON. LINDA ALICE; Birmingham; Education. EBDON, RICHARD CRAIG; Balboa, Canal Zone; Engineering; AIIE, President and Junior Representative, Engineers Executive Council, Al- pha Pi Mu Vice-President. EDMONDSON, DONALD HOWARD; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. EDWARDS, CHARLES MORTIMER, JR.; Boligee; Arts and Sciences; Young Republicans. EILERMAN, THOMAS MILTON; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Emphasis ' 69. ELKINS, JAMES LEWIS; Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Louis Pasteur So- ciety, AIA Weight-Lifting Team. UiM iMiiiiil 469 Senior P Q ELLIOTT. JOHN GARY; Savannah, Georgia; Education; A-Club, Bas- ketball. ELLIOTT. JUDY SUE; Hartselle; Hume Etonomics. ELLIOTT. RONALD RAY; Talladeya; Arts and Sciences. ELLIS. ROBERT LEONARD; Sheppard Air Force Base. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Vice-President Alpha Phi Omet;a. President UCCF. ELLISON, JERRY DONALD; He.idland; Education, EL-MOHAMAD. MOHAMAD ZIYAD; Tripoli. Lebanon; Engineer- ine; ISA. ELMORE. MARY EARLE; Troy; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta; Theta Smma Phi. ELMORE. SARAH ELLEN; Northport; Education. ELROD, DONALD MEAD; Arab; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. EMORY. CATHARINE FRICK; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Young Republicans. Spirit. ENGLE. C.AROL ' N SlISAN; APO New York. New ,rk Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi ENNIS, MILDRED MARIE; Livingston; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta; YWCA. Triangle. University of Alabama Outstanding Transfer. Alpha Sigma Delta. Assistant Treasurer and Outstanding Pledge ot Kappa Delta. Associated Women Students Elections and Minor Rules Committee. ESPY. JOSEPH. Ill; Abbeville; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; President ot Student Government Association, Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa. Who s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Board of Publications, Student Life Committee, Chairman of Homecoming l ' ;6 " . Athletic Committee, Commerce and Business Sen- ator. ESTES, SHlRLE ' l ' ANN; Birmingham; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Publicity Chairman American Institute of Interior Design- ers. Alabama Spirit EUBANKS. DOUGLAS MARVIN; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. EVEREST, JOHN WILLIAM; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Beta Beta Beta. IFC. Phi Sigma Kappa President and Secretary. FALLS. MARY ELIZABETH; Tuscaloosa; Education. FANNING. DALLAS WENDALL; Plevna; Arts and Sciences. FARB. PATRICIA HELEN; Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Beauty Editor Corolla. ACEI. SNEA FARLEY, JAMES MICHAEL; Paoli, Indiana; Education; University Players, Crimson-White Statt Artist. FARLEY, PHYLLIS JANE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Transfer from Indiana University. FARRO . JANET ANNE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi .• lpha Theta. FARROW. MICHAEL RAY; Athens; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Theta Chi; Marketing Club. FAUCETT. EUGENIA PATTON; Northport; Education; Alpha Delta Pi; Town Girls. SNEA. FAUCETT. SARAH ELIZABETH; Northport; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. FAUST. KATHLEEN LOUISE; Columbia. Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Gamma; Spirit. Spirit Usherette. Crimson-White Stall. FEAGIN. DOROTH ' ALISON; Monroeville; Educarion; Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Beta Alpha. FEINSILVER. ROGER LEWIS; Millburn. New Jersey; Education. FEED, LOUIS B.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Zeta Beta Tau. FENDLEY. CAROLYN ANNE; Fulton; Education; Judiciary Council. FENDLEY. LAVAUGHN S.. JR.; Fulton; Education. FERGUSON, ALAN LEE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. FERLISl. VIRGINIA M.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Mu; Phi Chi Theta. FINDLEY. JULIE NELL; Atmore; Education; Phi Mu; SNEA, CEC. Dean s List. FINLAY, CATHERINE JEAN; Brewton; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. FINNEY, SANDRA LEE; Daytona Beach, Florida; Education. FISHER, KATHLEEN SUSZANNE; Tuscumbia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta. Mu Phi Epsilon. Arts and Sciences Honors Pro- gram. Dean s List. FITTS. ELEANOR ANN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. FLACK, ERIC GRAHAM; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Alpha Phi Omega. Arnold Air Society. Officers Club. FLO " l ' D. KYLE D ; Tuscaloosa; Engineering. FLYNN. RONALD GENE; Birmingham; Education; Lambda Chi Alpha. FONDE. VIRGINIA LYNNE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chi Delta Phi. FORD. LUCIA L ' LE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. FORRESTER. RONALD ROY; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administrarion; Phi Gamma Delta. FOSHEE. MELINDA JOY; Red Level; Home Economics; President Student Chapter of American Institute of Interior Design. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Dean ' s Advisory Committee, President Mary Burke West, AWS House of Representatives, Womens Residence Hall Council, In terdormitory Council. Class FOWLER, BRUCE WAYNE; Guntersville; Arts and Sciences; Ameri- can Chemical Society Atfilliates. UnJer.t;raduate Teaching Assistant. FOWLER, CONRAD , JR.; Columbiana; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A Club. Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa. Fellowship ot Christian Athletes. Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Tau Chi. FRANKEL, GERI R.; South Miami. Florida; Ed.; Sigma Delta Tau. FRERKING. RUTH ANN; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary; Triangle, Sophomore Council, Senior Council, Secre- tary ot Psi Chi, Union Social Committee, AWS Co-Ed Committee. FRIDAY, LARRY D.; Selma; Commerce and Business Administration. FRIED. MARTIN JA ' i ' ; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Association tor Computing Machines. FRIEDLANDER. JACK M.; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. FULLER. DALE A.; Suttle; C and B.A.; Marketing Club, Management Club, American Society tor Training and Development. FULLERTON, REGINA ELAINE; Florence; Arts and Sciences. GAMBLE, ELIZABETH ANN; Tuscaloosa; Education; National Coun- cil ot Teachers ot English, Alpha Beta Alpha, Library Fraternity. GAMMAGE, DANIEL D.; Birmingham; A and S.; Theta Chi. GANT, CATHERINE ANN: Fairfield; Ed. Dorm Judiciary Chairman. GANTT, GEORGE EDWARD; Andalusia; Engineering. GARNER, MICHAEL WALLACE; Birmingham; C. and B.A. GARRETT, DAYLE RUTH; Montgomery; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Spirit, Young Republican Club. GARRETT, RICHARD B.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. GARRISON, LILLIAN D.; Eufaula; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. GATES, ALMA G.; Greensboro; C. and B.A.; Alpha Chi Omega; Presi- dent Alpha Chi Omega, Vice-President Senior Council, AWS House ot Representatives, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle Panhellenic. GATES, BARBARA ANITA; Vincent; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; AWS Board ofDirectors, AWS Publicity Chairman, Chi Delta Phi, Theta Sigma Phi, Triangle, Freshman Council, Sophomore Council, Junior Council, Festival ot Arts Committee, Advertising Club Secretary, Assis- tant Women s Editor ot Crimso - X ' hlte, SGA Banquet Committee, Outstanding Sophomore Woman Committee. GATES, RODNE ■ D.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha Treasurer, Marketing Club. GAUT, MARYANNE R.; Sylacauga; Education; Pi Beta Phi; SNEA, YWCA, Kappa Delta Epsilon, ACEI. GIBBINS, MARY LOU; Anmston; Education. GIBBS, JAMIE; Gardendale; Education. GIBBS, REBECCA LOUISE; Greenville; Education. GIBSON, CONNIE F.; Cullman; Arts and Sciences; Pi Tau Chi. GIBSON, JOHNSON RUSSELL, III.; Troy; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; SGA Director ot " Political Affairs. GIBSON, NANCY LEIGH; Decatur; Arts and Sciences. GILBERT, OSCAR E., JR.; Birmingham; A. S.; Sigma Gamma Ep- silon, Geology Club President, University Marching and Concert Bands. GLASS, EUGENE FOSTER; Birmingham; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi; Tau Beta Pi, Phi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Tau, AIAA, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Alpha Epsilon. GOBER, GERALD LLOYD; Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Taux. GODSEY, JOHN BOYCE; Tarrant; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Kappa Sigma; Vice-President Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Executive Assistant to President of SGA, Corolla Staff Assis- tant Sports Editor Crimson-White, News Editor Crimson-White, Bama Day Committee, Cotillion Club, Homecoming Committee, Chairman Tri-Campus Ring Committee, Commerce Executive Council. GOLDSMITH, SHARON LYNNE; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; SNEA, Pledge Trainer Alpha Chi Omega, Union Building Committee, Spirit. University Players. GOLDTHWAITE. ANITA NORWOOD; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Womens Intramural Sports. Swan Club, Physical Education Majors Club. GOODWIN, RONALD; Winfield; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Vice-President S.A.M. GOODWIN, TOMMY LEE; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. GOODVC ' YN, OTIS J., JR.; Montgomery; A. S.; Phi Delta Theta. GORDON, GALE; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; Corolla Stall, Sigma Alpha Eta. GORDY, MARGARET ELIZABETH; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; lAWS Publicity Chairman. GOWAN, MARSHA GAIL; Montgomery; Education. GRAHAM, EDVi ' ARD WITT, III.; Nashville, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. GRAHAM, EMILY DIANNE; Attalla; Education, Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA, Spirit Governing Board, Young Republican Club, Culture Chair- man ot Alpha Delta Pi. GRANATELLI, ROBERT; Hampton Bayes, New York; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi, Hii;h Tides. GRANT, ADRIAN MERVYN; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi; President School ot Commerce and Business Administration, 1968 Homecoming Chairman, Business Man- ager 1968 Corolla, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Beta Alpha Psi, Secretary-Treasurer Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Commerce School Executive Ccjuncil, 1966 and 196 " Homecoming Parade Chairman, Board ot Publications. GRAVES, HENRY CLAY; Demopolis; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade, Marketing Club. GRAVES, JAMES ESTEL, JR.; Birmingham; C. and B.A. 471 Senior GRA ' l ' , RICHARD; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; AlAA. GREEN, MICHAEL HENRY; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. GREENE, DONNA MARGARET; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu; YWCA, Spanish Club, AWS, lAWS Committees. GREENE. EMMIE EVELYN; Wedowee; Education; Alpha Xi Delta; SNEA. GREENE. RHODA LANGDON; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Gamma Delta. GREGG, JOHN ROBERT; Birmingham; Education. GRIDER, JOHN ROBERT; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta. GRIER, ROSA MARGARET; Mobile; Education; Delta Zeta. GRIFFIN, JUDITH DIANA; Cullman; Education; Kappa Delta Eps- ilcjn. GRIFFIN, PAULA HAVARD; Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Gamma. GRIFFIN, REBECCA ANN; Bessemer; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, CtRIMES, ROBERT; Elba; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. GROSE, PHYLLIS ANN; Tuscaloosa; Education. GROSS, SLrSAN JANE; Montgomery; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. GRUSMICK, CON STANCE HALLITA; Birmingham; Education. GUNDERSON, ROBERT MARTIN; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Marketing Club. GURGAUS. RALPH HERBERT; Cordova; Commerce and Business Administration. GL ' RLEY, MICHAEL EDWARD; Talladega; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi Social Chairman, Busi- ness Manager Homecoming Committee. Editor SGA Campus Calendar, Srui,lent Trattic Court Justice. GUTHERY, BRFNDA KAY; Vinemont; Education. GL " l ' TON, LARR ' l ' ELDON; Columbus. Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Baseball Team. HACKER. CAROL RUTH; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; AWS Committee, Freshman Council, Alpha Beta Alpha Secre- tary. HAGOOD, frank THOMAS; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. H AGOOD, MARGARET RUSSELL; Evergreen; Education; Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Epsilon. HALE, CECILIA; Pine Apple; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. HALL, RICHARD WAYNE; Jasper; Arts and Sciences. HAMMERSLA, MARK DEAN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. HAMMOCK, JERRIANNE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; President Associated Women Students, Who s Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. Mortar Board, Student Lite Committee, Board ol Publications. HAMMONS, SANDRA LYNN; Sylacauga; Education. HANCOCK, LAURA KAYE; Fairfax; Arts and Sciences; Mortar Board Secretary, President Tutwiler Hall, Senior Council, WRHC, AWS House ot Representatives, Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and L ' niversities, Triangle, AWS Scholarship Committee Chairman. HANNON, BETT ' l ' FRANN; Port St. Joe. Florida; Education. HARBERT, CAROLE ANN; Springfield, Virginia; Home Economics; Kappa Delta Epsilon. Treasurer Martha Parham East. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. HARBISON, NANCY MARGARET; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Education. HARDWICK, MELVA JANE; Alabaster; Education. HARD ' ! ' , lAMES EDWIN; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi; Cadet Officers Club AFROTC, Vice President Chi Phi. HARGROVE, WILLIAM JOHN; Hope Hull; Education. HARMON, BARRIE HOLT, JR.; Florence; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. HARP, LANG THEODORE, JR.; Florence; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, HELEN MARIE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, MICHAEL LEE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. HARRIS. SAMUEL JUDSON. III.; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Psi; Marketing Club. HARRISON, J. SCOTT; Guntersville; Engineering; AIAA. HARTLEY, DEAN CARLISLE; Birmingham; Engineering. HAUGHTON, MARY ELLA; Jasper; Home Economics; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Crimson Girl Finalist. HAVARD. ROSS CAMPBELL; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. HAWKINS. ANN HA ' DEN; Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 472 Class HAWKINS. GEORGE MONROE; Grove Hill; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HAWKINS, ROBERT WINSTEAD; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Sii ma Alpha Epsilon; S.G.A. Huntsville Campus. HAYES, GEORGE MARLAND; Birmingham; Arts and S c i e n c e s; Acacia. HAYNIE, REBECCA GAIL; Pike Road; Education; Chi Omega; AFROTC Spon.sor, 1969 Jantzen Smilt Girl, 196 " Homecoming Queen, Crimson• X ' hlte Staff, Triangle, Panhellenit. HAYS, ELEANOR CARNEY ' ; Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta G.imma. HAZZARD, MENA HALL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; University Dancers, AFROTC Sponsor, Homecoming Court 196-. HEACOCK. PEGGY ANNE; Washington, D. C; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club, American Home Economics Association. HEAD, L. D.; Nauvoo; Education. HEARD, MERRILL THOMAS, JR.; Cherokee; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. HEARD, SANDRA SL ' E; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. HENDRIX, CYNTHIA JANE; Blountsville; Education. HENSON, SHARON KAY; Alberrville; Arts and Sciences. HERBERT, MARY ANN; Montgomery; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Mor- tar Board, Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle Treasurer and Governing Board, SGA Senate. HERNANDAZ, SAMUEL ROBERT; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Circle K. HERSH, SETH J.; Biloxi, Mississippi; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Jason ' s, President En- gineering School, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, American In- stitute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Who s Who in American College and L ' niversities. HIGGINS, JOHN BRITT; Montgomery; Ans and Sciences; Theta Chi. HIGHTWOER, JAMES ALBERT, JR.; Montgomen ' ; Arts and Sciences; SGA Senate, Jasons, Scabbard and Blade. HILL, ANNETTE; Carrollton; Arts and Sciences; Louis Pasteur Society. HILL, JANE ALESE; Bogalusa, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Choral Union. HILL, MAR ' l ' JANE; New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; SGA Executive Cabinet, AWS House ot Representatives, Women ' s Residence Hall Council, President of Dormitory. HINESLEY, JULIAN HOWARD, JR.; Warrenton, Georgia; Educa- tion; Kappa Alpha. HINSON, JOHN MICHAEL; Brewton; Arts and Sciences; American Chemical Society, Louis P.isteur Society, Beta Beta Beta, Alabama War Chest Scholarship Winner, Young Republican Club. HOBBIE, PRISCILLA; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. HOBBS, BEVERLY JEAN; Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. HODGES, STEPHEN NEARS; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. HODGSON, JAMES CLARK; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi; Marketing Club. HODNETT, NLARTHA LEE; Alexander City; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon. HOFER, LLOYD MARTIN; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon. HOFSTETTER, ROBERT BENJAMIN; Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Kappa Lambda, Outstanding Freshman, Sophomore Award Pi Kappa Lambda. HOLDER, KENNETH ROY, JR.; Fackler; Arts and Sciences; Dean ot Men ' s Staff, Air Force Officers Club. HOLEMON, ANGELA PENN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. HOLLlDA ' , SANDY SANDORD; Alexander City; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. HOLLON, DONALD RICHARD; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. HOLMAN, SUSAN KA " i ' ; Evergreen; Arts and Sciences; Phi Alpha Theta. HOLMSTOCK, TREILA DUREEN; Leeds; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. HOLT. DOUGLAS CECIL; Tuscumbia; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Society for the Advancement of Management. HONEYCUTT. BRENDA CAROL; Berry; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon, Opera Workshop, University Singers. HOOKS, ALVIN EPHRIAM; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. HOOVER, EPHRIAM HERBERT; Nashville, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration. HOPE, MARIANNE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. HOPPER, GAIL ELAINE; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. HORN, MARY CATHERINE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Marketing Club, Class Councils House Judiciary. HOSTY, LYNN MARIE; " Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Miss Tuscaloosa 1968, Mortar Board, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, President of Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi Kappa Lambda, Concertm,ister of LIniversity Symphony, Top Ten Miss Alabama, Soloist with Birmingham Symphony. HOWELL, biLLARD WILLIAM, II; Indianapolis, Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HOWELL, JOHN MARTIN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Beta Theta Pi. 473 Senior HOWELL, LARRY TYRONE; Enterprise, Arts and Sciences. HOW ' TON, BETTY VIRGINIA; Jasper; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha. HOWZE, RUTH BENTON; Marion; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta; YVX ' CA, Spirit, Hall Monitor, AID. HROM, JOHN STEWART; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Thcta Xi; In- tertraternity Council, Tri Beta. HUBBARD, DAVID WELLS; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Secretary Circle K, Bama Dav Committee, UAH Rowing Team. HUDGINS. LINDA LEE; Birmingham; Education. HUDSON, BETTYE LOU; Montgomery. Education; Alpha Xi Delta; AWS House ot Representatives, Student National Educational Associa- tion, Deans List, Spirit. HUDSON, NOLAN LEONARD: Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. HUGHES, PATRICIA MERLE; Decatur; Education; Pi Mu Epsilon. HUGHEY. GREGORY REES; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HUMPHREYS, ROBERT THOMAS; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. HUNTER, WILLIAM IVEY; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Circle K, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Sigma Alpha, Dean s List, Honors Day Participant. HUTCHINSON, MARY DENNISE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HUTTO. BRENDA; St. Albans, West Virginia; Arts and Sciences. HUT ' TO, JAMES LEWIS, JR.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Rho Alpha Tau, Vice President Army ROTC Cadet Officers Club. H ' l ' DE, CECIL JOHN; Ohatchee; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Chi Phi. H ' DRICK, BARBARA GOOD; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Alpha Lambda Delta. HYFIELD, THOMAS HUGH; Huntsville; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Dean s List, AICHE. INGRAM, MARGARET ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; Mortar Board, Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Treasurer Chi Omega, Chairman of 1969 lAWS Convention, Junior Representative to AWS, Alpha Lambda Delta President, Pi Mu Epsilon Vice-President. IRVIN, JANICE KAY; Kennedy; Education. ISBELL. JUANITA OCTAVIA; Tuscumbia; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha. I ' EY, SARAH JOANNA; Monroeville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta; Secretary Alpha Gamma Delta, Editor Mortar Board, President Triangle, A VS Program Commissioner, AWS Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Councils, Christian Sorority and Fraternity Fel- lowship, Spirit, Secretary Pi Tau Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Epsi- lon. JABOUR, RICHARD BARRY; Atlanta Georgia; Kappa Alpha. JABOUR, WILLIAM II; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. JACKA, PAUL ROBISON; Laurium, Michigan; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. JACKSON, ALTO LOFTIN, JR.; Clio; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta. JACKSON, JAMES A.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Marketing Club; A.S.T.D. JACKSON, LYNDA DIANE; Russellville; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON. MELINDA TRUETT; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; K.ippa Delta. JARVIS, NORA ANN; Grand Bay; Arts and Sciences; Mu Phi Epsilon; l.A-W.S. Special Events Committee. JEFFERY, MARIE SHIRLEY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. JEHLE, JEAN NL; Montgomery; Education; S.N.E.A.; Alpha Delta Pi Social Chairman; Young Republicans; Spirit. JENKINS, VIRGINIA NAN; Birmingham; Education; Y.M.C.A.; pres- ident, vice-president; Student Religous Association representative; Spirit; Spirit usherette, S.N.E.A JENSEN, REBECCA MILDRED; Mobile; Education; Delta Zeta. JERNAGAN, LOUIS RHODA; Milton, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Soccer. JO, JULIO C; Miami, Florida; Engineering; American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers; I.S.A. Associated; University of Alabama Judo Club Coach. JOBSON, DANIEL JOSEPH; DeArmanviUe; Arts and Sciences; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma. JOHNSON, BRENDA KAYE; Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, CAROLYN JOAN; Arab; Arts and Sciences; Secretary- Treasurer of Dormitory; Tri Beta Biological Society. JOHNSON, CHARLES MICHAEL; Danville; Commerce and Business Administration; Society for the Advancement of Management. lOHNSON, LANA DAWN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, SUSAN LYNNE; Stockton, California; First Vice-president 9th floor ot Tutwiler. JOHNSTON, KATHLEEN PACE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Chi Omega. JOHNSTON, MICHAEL RALPH; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. JOHNSTON, PATTIE RHYNE; Huntsville; Education; Kappa Delta; Associated Women Students Research Committee; Spanish Club; Spirit; COED Committee. 474 Class JONES, ANGELA DENISE; Birmingham; Education; ACro-Amcrican Association. JONES. HUGH EUGENE; Flomaton; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Phi Kappa Sigma. JONES. JOHN RICHARD; Moundville; Education. JONES. JUDY GURGANUS; Oakman; Education. JONES. KAREN ELIZABETH; Valley Head; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Chi Theta. president. Air Force R.O.T.C. sponsor. Corolla Favorite. JONES. MAHLON TAZEWELL. JR.; Athens; Arts and Sciences; Pi Sigma Alpha. JONES, MARTHA CAROL; Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Zeta; Alpha Beta Alpha. JONES, NATALIE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. JONES, PAUL DOUGLAS; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. JONES, SUSAN WYKER; Decatur; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. JORDAN, KATHERINE SHEPARD; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. JORDAN, MARY ELLA; Mobile; Home Economics; Chi Omega; Sen- ior Council; Agnes Ellen Harris. JOWERS, LEONARD JAMES; Selma ; Arts and Sciences; Acacia, presi- dent. KATTUS. JOIE BREMER; Birmingham; Education. KEELING. JAMES V.; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. KEENAN. ROSEMARY; Runnemede. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; Spirit. Spirit Usherette. U. A. S.N. A.. Sophomore Council, Associated Women Students, House ot Representatives. KEENUM, KATHY DIANNE; Gadsden; Education; Alpha Beta Al- pha, Pi Mu Epsilon. KEETON, BRENDA JOYCE; Carbon Hill; Education. KEITH, AL.AN MURRAY; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Institute of Elec- trical and Electfonic Engineers. KELLEY, PHILLIP BARRY; Albertville; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha; American Institute ot Aeronautics and Astronautics, Honors Program Participant. KELLY, SAMUEL MC COLL; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. KENDRICK, A. DAVID; McCalla; Arts and Sciences; Arnold Air So- ciety, Geology Club. KENNEDY, MICHAEL ALLEN; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Chi Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi. KERR, HOWARD JAMES; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. KIDD, JANICE H.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Eta. KiLGORE, MARSHA JANE; Trussville; Arts and Sciences; S.N.E.A., Pi Sigma Alpha. KILGORE, THOMAS MICHAEL; Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Chi. KILPATRICK, HOWARD THOMAS; Montgomery; Education. KING, GEORGE LAMAR, JR.; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. KING, GLORIA JOAN; Cullman; Education; Delta Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Epsilon, Alpha Beta Alpha, Bama Bowl, Top Ten Best Dressed Contest. KING, JIMMY HINSON; Webb; Arts and Sciences; Scabbard and Blade. KING, JUDITH ANN; Vestavia; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; National Collegiate Association tor Secretaries. KING. REBECCA DARLENE; HuntsviUe; Education. KING. SUSAN WHITE; Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Tri- angle; Spirit; Young Republicans. KIDNEY. ANNE " MOORE; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. KIRBY. MARIM FRANKLIN. Ill; Jackson. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Young Republican. KIRK. JOHN ' BERTRAM. JR.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business- .Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. KIRKLAND, MAR ' i ' LYN E.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Triangle, Emphasis ' 66. KIRVEN. LINDA ANN; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Triangle, Alpha Lambda Delta, Intramural, Dean s List, Pasteur Society. KLING, VIRGINIA VC ' ARREN; Enterprise; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. KLOTZMAN, MICHAEL JOSEPH; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Epsilon Pi, Chorus, University Singers, Alabama Union. KNEISEL, KENT WALDER; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; A.l.E.S.E.C, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Eta Sigma. KNIGHT, JANE SCHIELDS; Lindale, Georgia; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. KNOTT, ELIZABETH M.; Arlington. Virginia; Home Economics; Al E.S.E.C., Dormitory Judiciary Council. KNOX, SAMMY EDWIN; Pans, Texas; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Baseball Team. QA 475 Senior KOOP, PATRICIA ANN; Mobile; Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Dormi- tory Judiciary Council. KORNEGAY, JAMES RANDALL; Centreville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. K " ' LE, GLORIA ANGLYN; Athens; Arts and Sciences; Zet a Tau Alpha. KYSER, PATRICIA NELSON; Greensboro; Education; Kappa Delta. LAKE ' , JIMMY RANDALL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Army ROTC. Cadet Officers Club, Union Building Planning Board. LAKIN, BERT LAWRENCE; Chicago, Illinois; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. LAMB, JEAN ELOISE; Tuscaloosa; Education. LAMBERTH, CHARLES DAVIS; Alexandria City; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. lAmMERDING, JOHN JUDE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; A.S.T.S,, Newman Club. LANGDON, JAMES WATSON; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. LANGLEY, GLEN MERCER; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Cottilion Club Staff. LAPTEFF, DOLORES; Philadelphia. Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. LARGUE, ROBIN; Mobile; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. LARIMER. RICHARD DEAN; Hueytown; Commerce and Business Administration; American Statistical Association, Alpha Kappa Psi. LARIN, CARLOS CESAR; San Salvador, El Salvador; Commerce and Business Administration; Spanish Club; ISA, Society for the Advance- ment ot Management. LARRIMORE, LAURA JEAN; Dickinson; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Agnes Ellen Harris Club. LATHAM. JUDY; Gordo; Education. LAUNILIS, PATRICIA ANN; Warrior; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lamb- da Delta. LAVALLE. LAURA KATHLEEN, New Madrid, Missouri; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. LAVENDER, BARBARA SUE Gadsden; Education. LAWRENCE, SHERWOOD H.; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. LAWRENCE, WILLIAM WALDO; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. LEAC H. ALAN RAY; Selma; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. LEAMAN, BRUCE YOUNG; Kenilworth. Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Homecoming Committee, Fi- nance Club. LEATHERBURY, GREGORY LUCE, JR.; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. LEE, DAVID BUFORD; Hueytown; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. LEE. JiMNH ' MA ' O; Kansas; Commerce and Business Administration. LEE, ' PAULA JANE; Nauvoo; Arts and Sciences; Dean ' s List, fall 1967, spring 1968. LEECH. SUSAN C; Huntsville; Education; Pi Beta Phi; S.N. E.A.. Young Republican, Campus Chest, Spirit, University Judo Club. L EIGH. ROBERT TURNER; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LEMBERG, CHRISTINE; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; German Club, Gamma Delta. LERO ' l ' , GERALD; Irvington, New Jersey; Education; Intramural Sports, Dormitory Setretarj ' -Treasurer. LEVERT, STEPHANIE MARIE; Thibodaux, Louisiana; Arts .md Sci- ences; Kappa Delta; Corolla Beauty, Triangle, Sigma Alpha Eta, I.A.W. S. Committee. LEWIS, JERRY KENNETH; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta, A.L.E.S.E.C, Cir- cle K. LEWIS, PATRICIA ANN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; Spirit Usher Chairman, Historian of Triangle, Beta Beta Beta, secretary. Delta Zeta, recording secretary. Dormitory Judiciary Council. Y, TAP. LEWIS, RONALD BURKE; Midfield; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Society for Advancement of Marketing. LEWIS. STEPHEN WAYNE; Kellyton; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Sigma. LEWIS. TERRY N.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Home- coming Committee. Parade Chairman. Bama Day Commirtee. Corolla. Sports Editor, Layout Editor, Assistant Editor, Mahout, Capstone Greeks Editor. LEWITZ, SANDRA M.; Gadsden; Education; Sigma Delta Tau, Vice- president, Spirit, League of Women Voters. LIVEAKOS, MARGARET MERRELL; Tupelo, Mississippi; Home Eco- nomics; Delta Gamma; Mortar Board, Who s Who In American Univer- sities and College, Head Army R.O.T.C. Sponsor, Alabama Home Eco- nomics Association, president. School of Home Economics, president. Phi LIpsilon Omicron. vice-president; Agnes Ellen Harris Club president; Corolla Favorite; Mahout Girl; Bama Be Triangle. LLO ' l ' D. CANDACE RUTH; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; P Society. LOCKE, DREMAH DEE; Huntsville; Education; Zeta Tau. LOGSDON, LINDA CAROL; Panama City; Education; Delta. LONG, NANCY COUCH; Glen Allen; Home Economics. LORD, JUDY ELIZABETH; Montgomery; Education; Pi Be Phi; S.N. E.A.; Spirit; Y.W.C.A. 4 76 Class LOTT. JUDY ANN; Addison; Education. LOTT. JL ' LIE ROSS; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma, president; Mort ar Board, president; Who s VC ' ho Among Students in American Colieues and Universities. LOVELADY, FRANCES FA ' l ' E; Double Springs; Education. LOW, JAMES VINCENT; Gadsden; LOWE, VICKl LYNNE; Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta, rush chairman; Miss Venus 196 ; Corolla Beauty. Corolla Favorite; Frontier Cover Girl; Farrago Cover Girl; Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen ot Hearts. LOWERY. JAMES L., JR.; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. LOWRY, LEE ANN; Birmmgh.im; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. LOYLESS. BETSY SEYMOUR; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu, vice-president; Deans List; A.W.S. Elections Committee vice chair- man; Bama Bowl Committee; Faculty Associate Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Spirit. LUCAS. BOBB ' G.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Pi K.ippa Phi. LUCKIE, ROBERT E., Ill;, Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Delta Theta. LYNCH, SHEILA ANNE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; Spirit. Newman Club; Dormitory Officer; Transfer Council, LYONS. VIRGINIA ANN; Decatur; Educ.ition; Pi Beta Phi; Triangle; Alpha Beta Alpha. MAC DONALD. JAMES ANTHONY. 111.; H untsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa; Marketing Club. MAC LAURIN. GAIL MC EVOY; Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. MAC MULLAN. WARNER AVANT; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; A Kappa Sigma; Business Manager Corolla. MC ABEE, GLYNDIA NELL; Hartselle; Education; SNEA. Kappa Delta Epsilon. Alpha Beta Alpha. Dean ' s List. MC BREARTY, MICHAEL LEIGH; Huntsville; Arts .md Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega. Newman Club. Judo Club. MC CABE. JANE MARIE; Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Epsilon, Triangle. MC CALEB. JEAN ELLEN; Arlington, Virginia; Education. MC CARTER, DARLENE SUE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Finance Club, Phi Chi Theta. MC CLELLAND, KAREN ELIZABETH; Fort Worth, Texas; Educa- tion; Alpha Chi Omega. MC CLENDON, MARY ANNA; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delt.i. MCCOLLUM. SUSAN DEANE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Treasurer Alpha Xi Delta, Triangle, Campus Crusade tor Christ. MCCONAGHY, MARIE MASON; Mobile; Education; Aeta Tau Alpha. MC CONNELL, ROBERT W.; Parrish; Engineering; Sigma Nu; Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME. MCCO ' , BILLY F.;Grove Hill; Commerce and Business Administra- tion. MC COY, LAWRENCE NYE, JR.; Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. MC CREARY, MARY GAIL; Florence; Home Economics. MC CULLOCH, SANDRA POWELL; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MC CULLOUGH, PAUL PETTY, JR.; Hartselle; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon. Marketing Club. Economics Club. MC CURDY. GEORGE REESE, IlL; Lowndesboro; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. MC DONALD, MARY ELIZABETH; Meridian, Mississippi; Educa- tion; Delta Delta, MC DOUGAL, DEWEY CLARKSTON; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration, S, Paul Garner Award. MC DOWELL, JAMES HUGH; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. MC GEE, JANET GERTRUDE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon. MCGILBERRY, JOYCE JEANETTE; Tuscaloosa; Business Administration; Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi, Theta. MC GOUGH, LYNDA ANN; N.iuvoo; Education. MC GOUGH, WILLIAM MALCOLM, JR.; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi, MC GRIFF. JAMES HARRIS. JR,; Prattville; Arts and Sciences; Acacia; Band. Geology Club. MC GRIFF. JIM. JR.; Verbena; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Beta Theta Pi. MC GRIFF. WILLIAM EARL. II.; Anniston; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta; SGA Senate. Finance Association. Stu- dent Traffic Court, Homecoming Committee, School of Commerce Ex- ecutive Council. MC HALE. PATRICIA GAMBLE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Upsilon Omicron. MC KEE. TERRY MICHAEL; Clanton; Arts and Sciences; University Players. Vice-President, President Alpha Psi Omega. MC KIE. PENNY; Florence; Education; Pi Beta Phi. MC KINNEY. PHILIP MICHAEL; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. Commerce and Spirit. Phi Chi f i C O V 477 Senior MC LAUGHLIN, DONA LEE; Opp; Education, Alpha Delta Pi. MC MILLAN, SUSAN MANLY; Birmingham; Home Economics; Aeta Tau Alpha, Spirit, AWS, SGA. MC MURPHY, JOHN HAZLEWOOD, III; University; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa, Jasons, SGA Senator. MC RIGHT, STEPHEN HARRIS; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; IEEE. MC VAY, ANITA LOU; Bay Minette; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Spirit, SNEA, YWCA, Corolla Staff. MACON, ANN; Tell City, Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Recording Sec- retary Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Kappa Delta. MADISON, lOHN LOUIE, JR.; Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Deans List. MAHONEY, EDWARD PETER; Miami, Florida; Commerce and Busi- ness Administraticjn; Men ' s Residence Hall Council, Wallace Committee. MALEKI, LUTFOLLAH; Tehran, Iran; Arts and Sciences; Vice-Presi- dent International Students Organization. MALEY, PATRICIA T.; St. Petersburg, Florida; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MALLORY, BARBARA GAYLE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Town Girls. MANGET, PAUL GARNET, III.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Deans List, Winner U of A. Chess Championship, Phi Eta Sigma, Psi Chi, MANGUM, EDGAR FLETCHER; Laurinburg. North Carolina; Educa- tion; Pi Kappa Alpha. MANISCALCO, RITA JEAN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences, Beta Beta Beta, Newman C lub, Judiciary Council Marv Burke. MANN, MYRA LOUISE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Baptist Student Union. MANSUANN, BETTY LOFTIN; Highland Home; Education. iNL ' KRBOURG, JAMES WYATT; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Engineer- ing Executive Council, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronau- tics. MARCHIONY, ROBERT ANTHONY; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. MARKS, ALLEN; New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. NL ' RTIN, BEVERLY ANN; Bay Minette; Education; Historian Al- pha Chi Omega; SNEA, COROLLA Staff, Agnes Ellen Harris. MARTIN, CAROLYN ANN; Tuscumbia; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARTIN, GLENDA S.; Northport; Home Economics; Phi Mu; Mar- keting Club, Town Girls. Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris Club. MARTIN, JAMES L.; Clayton; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. MASON, CLIVE MC MURCHY; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. MASSEY, CURTIS AARON. JR ; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. MASSIF, CHRISTY ELAINE; Columbus. Mississippi; Education; AWS House of Representatives, Women ' s Residence Hall Council, Spirit Governing Board. MATE, JANET LOUISE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; Triangle. MATTSON, NATALIE REBECCA; Tuscaloosa; Education. MAULDIN, ANITA LOUISE; Jasper; Education. MAULDIN, PAMELA JEAN; Jasper; Arts and Sciences. MAULDIN, ROBERT MC CALIB; Jasper; Arts and Sciences. MAXWELL, BARBARA GAIL; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Mortar Board, Who s Who s, AWS Board, Chairman Inter national Relations Committee President Town Girls. MA ' ' , THOMAS WILLIAM; Jackson, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta. MAY, TRICIA ANN; Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Eta. MAYS, jAmES WELLINGTON; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, President Pi Tau Sigma. MAYS, MARTHA T.; Pell City; Home Economics. MAZENKO, MICHAEL JOSEPH; Litchfield, Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi; Marketing Club. MEDDERS, WILLIAM THOMAS; Hueytown; Arts and Sciences; Ex- ecutive Council of AFROTC Officer ' s Club. MEEKS, PATRICIA DALE; Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Triangle, Dean ' s List, Spirit Usher- ette, Choral Union, SNEA, SAEA. MEHAFFEY. LENORA ANN; Jacksonville, Florida; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Treasurer Agnes Ellen Harris Club. MEIER, LEE FREDERICK; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi; SGA Senator. MENSING, NORMAN BRANNON; Birmingham; Engineering; AIME MEREDITH, MARY KATE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Delta; Pres- ident Alpha Beta Alpha, Town Girls, Dean ' s List. MERIWETHER, W ILLIS J.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. MERRIWEATHER, VERONICA TERESA; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Student Insurance Committee; Atro-American Organization. 478 Class MICKELSEN, HOWARD STEVEN; Loxley; Commerce.- and Business Administration. MILLER, BARBARA HANN; Opp; Arts and Sciences. MILLER, BEEBE ELLEN; Huntsville; Education; Vice-President New Hail. Dorm Homecoming Committee Chairman. MILLER, GLENN HOVC ' ARD; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad ministration; Advanced ROTC Armv. MILLER, MAUREEN SUE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Band. MILLER, PAIGE A.; Opp; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon, Swan Club, Karate Association. MILLER, RONALD LAMAR; Ashford; Arts and Sciences. MIMS, EMMA LONELLA; Northport; Home Economics. MIMS. TROV ONEAL; NLipIesvilIe; Education. MINOR, REBECCA JANE; Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Beta Beta Beta. MITCHELL, DAVID NX ' ALLACE; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Basket- baU. MITCHELL, DONNA ELIZABETH; Butler; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; SNEA, Spirit, Sigma Chi Derby Darling, Ten Best Dressed, Bama Aquacade Model. MITCHELL, GEORGE JOHN, JR., Mobile; Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. MONTGOMERY, JANICE KAY; Montgc:.mery; Education; Spirit Club Council, Judiciary Council. MOODY, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH; Opp; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MOORE, DONALD PHILLIPS; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Chi Epsilon; ASCE. MOORE, HARRIET ZOE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. MOORE, JOSEPHINE; Clanton; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MOORE, RONALD ALLEN; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, AIAA, Band; Boeing Scholarship. MOORE, ROSA ETT; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. MOORE, SYLVIA JEAN; Fayette; Education. MORIGAN, JOAN MARIE; Tarrant; Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Beta Alpha, MORGAN, LARR ' WADE; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi; Vice-President Marketing Club, Com- merce Executive Committee. MORONEV, DENNIS CHARLES; Valley Stream, New York; Arts and Sciences; Vice-President Men s Residence Hall, President Powers Hall. MORPHEW, GARY O.; Haleyville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Alpha Theta. MORRIS, GLENDA JOYCE; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Chi Theta. MORRIS, LESLIE HAROLD; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MORRIS, MARY ELIZABETH; Hartselle; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Triangle, Phi Chi Theta, AWS Judiciary Council, Senior Council, COROLLA Academics Editor, Marketing Club. Secretary 1968 Homecoming Committee, AlESEC, MORRISON, MARTHA ANNE; Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MORRISON, SARAH PATRICIA; Northport; Education; Beta Beta Beta, Town Girls. MORROW, LINDA GAY; Centreville; Education; Dorm President, Vice-President and Treasurer AWS House of Representatives. Women ' s Residence Hall Council, Cotillion Club Representative. MORROW, MICHAEL S.; RussellviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. MORROW. SYBLE MARIE; RussellviUe; Arts and Sciences; Mu Phi Epsilon. MORROW. WILLIAM EUGENE; Selma; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Delta Theta; Beta Alpha Psi, Arnold Air Society. MOSELEY, GEORGE RICHARD; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Phi Omega, Circle K Club, AFROTC Sabre Drill Team. MOSELEY, JOHN DOUGLAS; Dothan; Arts and Sciences. MOZUR, ELEANOR IRENE, Center Point; Education; President New- man Club, Kappa Delta Pi, French Club, Dorm Judiciary. MULLINS, CHARLES HARVEY, JR.; Florence; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta; Scabbard and Blade, Dean s List, Vice-President Marketine Club, Finance Association, Economics Club. MULLINS, JAMES WILLIAM; Adamsville; Engineering. MULLINS, ROBERT JOHN; Clanton; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Phi Delta Theta; Marketing Club. MULLINS. SUSAN EDWARDS; Sheffield; Arts and Sciences; Market- ing Club, French Club. MLILLINS, TONY MAC; Eclectic; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Phi Kappa Psi. MURRAY, MARGARET REBEKAH; Panama City. Florida; Arts and Sciences. NADER. MARY HELEN; Jackson. Mississippi; Education; Chi Omega; Chi Delta Phi. Phi Alpha Theta, Festival ot Arts Committee, Social Com- mittee AWS. NAGLE, DAVID L.; Huntsville; Engineering; Theta Tau; American Institute Industrial Engineers. If " 479 Senior M M NAGRODZKI, SHIRLEY; Birmingham; Education; SNEA. NALL, EDWARD LEE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Atro-Amcritan Association, Association ot Computina Machinery. NAPPER, SARAH JEAN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. NARENL JANICE E.; Springfield; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS Social Committee. International Relations Committee, TAP. NEELY, SARAH CATHERINE; New Market; Education, NEUGENT, BECKY; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Alpha Chi Omega; Army ROTC Sponsor, Corolla Favorite, Sweetheart ot Kappa Sigma, Chi Phi, Alpha Kappa Upsilon. NEWMAN, DONALD DRENNEN; Fayette; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta. NEWMAN, JOHN THEODORE; Wheaton, Maryland; Engineering; Vice-President Acacia, ALLE. NEWTON, MICHAEL T.; Slocomb; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Presi- dent Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon. Phi Eta Sigma, ASCE. NICHOLS, GERALD LANE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. NICHOLS, JUDY ELIZABETH; Jackson. Mississippi; Education; Treasurer Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA. NICORVO, RICHARD EUGENE; Sayreville, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration. NOOJIN, MARION DOWNS; Birmingham; Education; President Alpha Delta Pi, Spirit Usherette, SNEA. Spirit Governing Board, Fresh- man Council. NORTHCUTT, CAROLYN R.; Tuscaloosa; Education; Mortar Board, K.ippa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Crimson Girl, SGA Senate, SGA House ot Representatives, Triangle, Vice-President Town Girls. Who s Who. NORTON, JUDITH SLEDGE; Mobile; Education; Chi Omega. NORVELL, LESTER RICE, III; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. NORWOOD, BETH HUGHSTON; Slidell; Arts and Sciences; Secre- tary Kappa Kappa Gamma. Triangle, AWS Class Council. NUNN, JAMES EARNEST; Jasper; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Phi Gamma Delta; Advanced Army ROTC. NUNN, SHEILIA LYNN; Fairfield; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, International Relations Com- mittee, " VC■CA, Spirit. OBI. JAMES WADIE; Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences. O ' CONNOR, PAMELA FAYMONT; Daphne; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Spirit, COROLLA Staff. YWCA. O ' CONNOR, SUZANNE MARIE; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Chi Theta, Spirit Governing Board, Marketing Club, Beta Gamma Sigma. OLIVE, MARTHA ALICE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Beta Beta Beta, House |udiciar ' Council. OLIVER, PHILIP DUDLEY; Piedmont; Arts and Sciences. ONEAL, WILLIAM WORTH, JR.; Chickasaw; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. ONEIL, LYNDA ELIZABETH; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; Festival of Arts Committee, Town Girls, Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Psi. O REAR, BEVERLY ANN; Jasper; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. ORR, VAN WAYLAND; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau; AIME, Vice-President College ot Engineering. OTTS, SHIRLEY MAC; Greensboro; Arts and Sciences. OWENS, ROBERT MICHAEL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. OWSLEY, JOHNNY LEONARD; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Marketing Club, President Alpha Kappa Psi. PACE, SANDRA A.; Tuscumbia; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. PACELEY, WILLIAM HERROD; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. PAINTER, THOMAS HAROLD; Greenville; Commerce and Business Administration; Chairman Ad Hoc Faculty Student Committee, Execu- tive Assistant to the President of SGA, Men s Residence Hall Council. PAPPAS, IRENE MARGARET; Northport; Arts and Sciences; Dean ' s List, Honors Day Program. PARKER, DON GREGG; Courtland; Education. PARKER, ERNEST T.; Cleveland. Texas; Arts and Sciences; A Club. PARKER, JAMES WESLEY; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. PARRISH, CHARLES TYRONE; Ashford; Arts and Sciences. PARSONS. FRANK JOSEPH; Birmingham; Ans and Sciences. PARTON. HARVEY LEROY; New Market; Commerce and Business Administration. PARTON. JAMES RICHARD; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. PARTRIDGE, EDWARD EDDINS; Demopolis; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta. PARVIN, ERNEST BURNS; Fairfield; Education; Baptist Student Union. PASS, CAROL ALINE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha; Beta Beta Beta. 480 Class PATTERSON, MARY CHISM; Irta Bena, Mississippi; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Triangle, SNEA, Spanish Club, AWS Social Committee, AWS Publicity Committee. PATTON, THOMAS HERBERT; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta. PATE, LOVENIA MARY; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS Scholarship Committee, SNEA. PATE, ROBERT GORDON; Birmingham; Education; President SNEA at UAB. PAUL, PAMELA ROSE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma, Beta Beta Beta. PAYNE, JOHN EDWARD; Bridgeport; Arts and Sciences. PAYNE, KAROL ' N SUSAN; Montgomery; Education; Phi Mu; Tri- angle, Commander Angel Flight, Head ROTC Sponsor, Chi Delta Theta, President Mary Burke East, AWS Judiciary Council, Co-editor Coed, AWS House of Representatives, AWS Senior Council, Campus Chest, Head of Student Directory Verification, Episcopal Vestry. PAYNE, PHILIP PATTON; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. PEARCE, FRANKLIN PATRICK, JR.; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi; Crusade for Christ. PEARCE, ROSEMARY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. PEARCE, SARAH LOU; Danville; Education; Triangle, AWS House, WRHC, AISEC. PEARSON, SAMMY JOE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. PEEK, MARVIN FLETCHER; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary Scabbard and Blade, Dean s List, Campus Newspaper, PERKINS, ANN LAVENDER; Tuscaloosa; Education; NCAS, PERRY, BILLY CHARLES; Oadman; Engineering. PERRY, LEE; Srague; Education. PERRYMAN, MACK CECIL, JR.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Mu Alpha. PETERSON, JAMES DAVID; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, CAROL LENNIA; Bessemer; Education; Phi Mu. PHILLIPS, DAVID LAMAR; Sumiton; Education. PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS EUGENE; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. PHILLIPS, JANE PALMER; Roanoke; Education; Corresponding Sec- retary Alpha Chi Omega; University Singers, President SNEA, Spirit, Union Social Committee, YWCA. PHILLIPS, JOHN NEWTON; Madison; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. PHILLIPS, MARTHA JANE; Pell City; Arts and Sciences; International Student Relations Committee, Vice-President Theta Sigma Phi. C-W Staff, lAWS Publications Committee. PHILLIPS, RONNIE; Birmingham; Education; Phi Kappa Sigma, PHILLIPS, ROSALYN ARLENE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PHILLIPS, SUSAN CLARK; Bessemer; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Senior Advisor at Tutwiler, Librarian Phi Upsilon Omicron. PITTMAN, HENRIETTA; Florence; Education; Chi Omega. POELLNITZ, DEANE KINNEY; Greensboro; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Delta; Triangle. POLLARD, ELIZABETH HELEN; Mobile; Education; Historian Delta Zeta; Vice-President Mortar Board, Who ' s Who, AWS Board of Direc- tors, Vice-President Spirit. PORTNOY, FREDDA G.; Jackson, Mississippi; Education; Sigma Delta Tau; AWS Senior Council. POWELL, VIRGIL COUSINS, JR.; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Marketing Club, IPC Represen- tative. POWERS, JAMES FRANKLIN, JR.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. PRAHM, CAROLYN GAYLE; Montgomery; Education; Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta. PRESCOTT, GERALD F.; Kinston; Arts and Sciences. PRESSNELL, PATSY LANE; Decatur; Education. PRICE, BEVERLY ANN; Florence; Education; Kappa Delta. PRICE, JOHN WILLIAM, III; Madison, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. PRICE, KENNETH PABURN; Birmingham; Engineering; ThetaTau; AIME. PRIEST, RICHARD HARDING: Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Alpha Phi Omega, Bama Sky Divers, Superior Cadet. PRIEST, ROBERT L.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Deans List, Vice-President Alpha Kappa Psi, Married Students Homecoming Dance Committee, SAM. PRINCE, JUDY ANN; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. PRYOR, GWENDOLYN; Houston, Texas; Education; Alpha Xi Delta; SNEA. PUGH, EMILY A.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. PURCELL, DOUGLAS CLARE; TrussviUe; Arts and Sciences; Mens Residence Hall Council. 481 Senior Ni , f ' Pb PURVIS. ROBERT JACKSON; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Sigma Nu. QUAtKENBUSH. PETER SCHUYLER; Mobile; Commerce and Bus- iness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Marketin ; Club. RAI-EIELD, JOHNATHAN HENRY; Grove Hill; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu Epsilon, RAGSDALE. VICKl ELIZABETH; Mobile; Education, RAINES. JAMES EDWARD; Norwalk. Ohio; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. RAINEY. M -RON DUNCAN; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; President Spanish Club. Si.i;ma Delta Pi. RALEIGH. RICHARD J.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Kappa Psi. RAMAGE. JAMES TAYLOR, III; Brundige; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; President Kappa Sigma. Delta Sigma Pi. SGA E.xecutive Council Cabinet. RAMSEY. JOEL WARDLAW; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. RAWLS, SUSAN LYNN; Athens; Education. RAY. DANNA; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Delta Pi; Young Republicans. SNEA, RA " ) ' . DAVID B.; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Theta Chi. RAYMON, EDWARD BRIAN; Tuskegee; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, Commander Arnold Air Society. Cadet Officers Club. RECTOR. JUDITH ANN; Miami Shores. Florida; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi. REDING. CURTIS CLEVLAND; Decatur. Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Sigma Kappa. Pi Sigma Alpha. REED. REBECCA; Dover. Delaware; Arts and Sciences; President Delta Gamma; Freshman Council. YWCA. Spirit. Spirit Usherette. Cultural Committee ot Union Building. Triangle. Panhellenic. AWS House ot Representatives. SGA Sorority Representative. REED. SUELLEN HENRY; LaFayettc; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha; Vice-President Choral Union. Ruth Carr Scholarship. REED. SUSAN KAY; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; COROLLA Greek Editor. REESE. JOHN CROWELL; Chelsea; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. REEVES, MARY LINDA; Birmingham; Education. RER:H. KATIE; Fort Lauderdale. Florida; Education. REID. LINDA LOUISE; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Chi Omega; Triangle. ANX ' S Freshman. Junior Councils; Town Girls. President Agnes Ellen Harris, Home Economics Honorary. Swan Club. Bama Belle, President Pledge Class. Junior Panhellenic. Runner-up Circle K Sweet- heart. RENTZ, FREDERICK ANTHONY; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Anthropology Club. REYNOLDS. CHARLES STEWART. Ill; Demopolis; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega; Marketing Club. RICE. GWENDOLYN HESTER; PrattviUe; Home Economics. RICE. MARILYN O; Hanceville; Education. RICE. SAML;EL DAVID; Florence; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Phi Delta Theta. RICHARDSON. NANCY PARSONS; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. RICHARDSON. RICHARD TAC; Tuscaloosa; Chemistry; Alpha Sig- ma Phi; American Chemistry Society. RICHESON. THOMAS STUART; Florence; Arts and Sciences. RIDDLE. REBECCA ANN; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Social Chairman and Sec. Phi Mu; Who s Who. Senior Council. Alpha Lamb- da Delta. Pi Mu Epsilon. Kappa Delta Epsilon, Greek Week Committee. RIGGAR. JACK; Braintree. Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences. RIMALOVER. JAMES A; Englishtown. New Jersey: Education. RINEHART. MARY CAROLYN; Demopolis; Arts and Sciences. RINER. ANITA ARLENE; Hayden; Education; SNEA. RITCHIE. JAMES McLEAN; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Sigma Alpha Mu. RIZZUTO. MARTHA PALMER; Hueytown; Arts and Sciences; Chi Delta Phi. Special Activities Committee Alabama Union, Judiciary Council. Activities Chairman Osband Hall, AWS House of Representa- tives. Newman Club SNEA. ROARK. RANDALL R.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. ROBERSON. JAMES R.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ROBERTS. CAROLYN JOYCE; Decatur; Education; Pi Mu Epsilon. ROBERTS. HAYWARD BERNARD; York; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. ROBERTS. WILLIAM ALFRED; Jasper; Commerce and Business Administration. ROBERTSON, DAVID LOHRNE; Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROBERTSON. ELIZABETH RICHARDS; Fayette; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. ROBERTSON. LINDA GAIL; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. 482 Class ROBERTSON, MYRON KEITH; Vinemont; Commerce and Business Administration. ROBINSON, BARBARA JEAN; Jasper; Education. ROBINSON. GLENN CLARKE; Thomasville; Chemistry; American Chemical Society. RODABAUGH, KAY LAUREN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Span- ish Club. RODGERS, BRENDA JOYCE; Cullman; Education; Who s Who, Mor- tar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS Board of Directors, SGA House of Representatives, Board of Publications, Pres. WRHC. ROGERS, CHARLOTTE GAIL; Birmingham; Education; Second V.- Pres. Mary Burke West, Second V.-Pres. Martha Parham West, Counselor Mary Burke West, SNEA, Cotillion Club. ROGERS, GAIL SHANNON; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Freshman and Sophomore Council, Alpha Lambda LXlta, Treasurer Chi Delta Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Epsilon. ROGERS, PEGGY J.; AlbertviUe; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Marketina Club, Phi Theta Chi. ROPER, DOUGLAS CLINTON; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. ROSENFELD, ILENE FAY; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Lambda Delta, National Collegiate Association tor Secretaries, Phi Chi Theta, Dean ' s List. ROSENZWEIG, CHERYE; New Orleans, Louisiana; Education. ROSS, WILLIAM HALE; York; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Delta Tau Delta. ROWLAND, HUGH PHILLIP; Talladega; Education; Circle K. RUDD, JAMES GEORGE; Tuscaloosa; Education. RUDNICK, MARTIN RICHARD; North Miami Beach, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi, Beta Alpha Psi. RUSHING, MARION DAVIS, III; Bessemer; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. RUSS, RICHARD PEARCE; Miami Beach, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Marketing Club. RL ' SSELL, JAMES ALEX; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Marketing Club. RUTLEDGE, THOMAS LEE; Pleasant Grove; Engineering. RUZICKA, DIANNE ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Education. SADLER, JAMES RONALD; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Out- standing Sports Chairman, All State Intramurals. SAIK, PATRICIA ELIZABETH; Hammond, Louisiana; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Marketing Club, Mortar Board, Who s Who, Beta Gamma Sigma, State Farm Exceptional Student Fellowship Award. SALTER, ALICE; McKenzie; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. SAMUEL, T. LESLIE; Montgomery; Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track Team, Officers Club ( R OTC). SANDLIN, CHARLOTTE MORROW; Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Delta Pi. SANDLIN, LINDA CAROL; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Theta Sigma Phi, Crimson White Staff. SANDLIN, STEVEN MARSH; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. SANFORD, SHARON LEE; Alexandria, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Alpha Eta Affiliate. SARTAIN, NINA LOU; Oakman; Education; SNEA. SASAKI, AUGUSTO; Lima, Peru, South America; Engineering; Amer- ican Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, International Student Association. SATKUS, THOMAS MATTHEW, JR.; Chicago, Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Alpha Psi. SAWYER, CHARLOTTE DESSE; Anmston; Education; Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA, Spirit. SCHAFFELD, ELIZABETH LEWIS; Eutaula; Arts and Sciences. SCHAPIRO, STEVEN ALAN; Elmont, New York; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. SCHATZ, CLARK TERRELL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SCHNEIDER, RAYMOND WILLIAM; Hinesville, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi; Spanish Club, Beta Beta Beta. SCHULTZ, SANDRA EARLE; Foley; Education; Guard Alpha Gamma Delta; Senior Council, Vice-President Pi Mu Epsilon. SCOTT, SHARON LOUISE; Linden; Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta; Chi Delta Phi, Young Republicans. SEARCY, JOHN EDWIN; Andalusia; Arts and Sciences. SEAVER, JAMES MICHAEL; Atlanta, Georgia; Commerce and Busi ness Administration; Sigma Chi. SEGLER, JLILIEN; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Administration. SELF, DEIDRE ANN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Scholarship Chairman Zeta Tau Alpha; AWS Scholarship Committee. SELLERS, MARY EILEEN; Arlington, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; So- cial Chairman Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dean ' s List. SENIEZ, GEORGE; Trenton, New Jersey; Engineering; ASME, AFS. SEREIN, ADOLPH T.; Rumson, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. Ml 483 Senior SERRANO, RALPH, JR.; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Sigma Phi; SNEA, Vicc-Prcsiaunt UAB. SESSIONS, LEW ' E FRANK, 111; Ozark; Commerce and Business Ad- ministraru,)n; Kappa Siiima. SHADDIX, RONALD DEWARD; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi K.ippa Alpha; Marketing Club, ASTD. SHAFFER, ALICE MAY; Muscle Shoals; Home Economics. SHANKS, LINDA EVELYN; Birmingham; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris. SHANNON, CONNIE MARILYN; Mobile; Education; Dorm Coun- cil, AWS House ot Representatives. SHANNON, MANA ANN; Gadsden; Education; Kappa Kappa Gam- ma; Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Delta Pi, Dean ' s List, Alpha Lambda Delta. SHAVER, SUSIE DEMENT; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. SHAW, JOHN CONNOR; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. SHEERS, BENJAMIN EARL; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Sigma P . SHEHEANE. MICHAEL WAYNE; Alexander City; Education; Delta Tau Delta, Education Senate. SHEPARD, MICHELLE FRANCES; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Tap Board, Beta Beta Beta. SHERER, MARTHA ELETTE; Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SHERRER, JAMES HILTON; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu Alpha; Sintonia. University ot Alabama Board. SHERRILL, RICHARD BYRD, JR.; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. SHIELD, LINDA KAY; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Publicity Chair- man Delta Zeta; President of Alabama Spirit Club, Chairman University Usherettes, Beta Beta Beta, Bama Belle, SGA Banquet Chairman, SGA Spirit Committee, SGA Elections Committee, Senior Council, AWS Elections Committee, SGA Annual Report Co-Chairman, Past Vice- President Spirit. SHIRLEY, PAULETTE; Chelsea; Arts and Sciences, SHIVERS, JANE MARGARET; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Re- cording Secretary Alpha Gamma Delta; Standards Chairman, AWS Elec- tions Committee, Christian Sorority and Fraternity Fellowship. SHUBERT, VERA JO; Jasper; Arts and Sciences. SHUGART, ANDREW C; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Marketing Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Dean ' s List. SHUMAKER, KARL THOMAS; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Army Cadet Officer ' s Club. SIDES, IDA MARGARET; Madison; Arts and Sciences; Vice-President and Treasurer Alpha Chi Omega; Triangle, Committee for lAWS, In- ternational Relations Committee, Spirit. SILVERMAN. JANE ELLEN; Mobile; Education; President Sigma Delta Tau; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi. AWS House of Representatives, Panhellenic Council, AWS Coed Committee, Scholarship C ummittee. AWS Elections Committee, Campus Chest, L ' nion Sub Committee Cihairman, Social and Ethics Committee. SIMMONS. ALBERT HASTON; Jasper; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SIMPSON, SHEILA; Belzon, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi Kappa Lambda. University Orchestra. Pi Kappa Lambda Out- standing Freshman and Sophomore Awards, Alpha Lambda Delta. SIMS, BOBBY WAYNE; Fairfax; Education; Pi Kappa Phi. SIMS, DANIEL BENJAMIN, II; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Theta Chi. SIMS, DURWOOD LAUOM; Phenix City; Arts and Sciences. SISK, BARBARA CAROLYN; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha, National Council for Teachers of English. SNEA. SAEA. SKIDMORE, ROBERT MONTGOMERY; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; President AlESEC, Circle K. ACS. SMALL, JAMES L.; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administra- tion, SMITH, APRIL MERLE; Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, BRENDA FAYE; Carroll.ton; Education; Pi Mu Epsilon, Kap- pa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta. SMITH, EUGENE THOMAS; Trussville; Education, SMITH. JASPER LEROY. IV; Guntersville; Chemistry. SMITH, JERRY NIXON; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. SMITH, KENNETH LARRY; Elba; Commerce and Business Admin- istration SMITH, Delta Pi SMITH. Alpha MARY LYNNE; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; AWS, Bama Belle, Delta Chi Calandar Girl. NANCY DALE; Athens; Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Patience Stephens Award. SMITH, PAGE NORTON; Selma; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, PAMELA CECILE; Chickasaw; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; President Delta Zeta; Mortar Board, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Chi Theta, Who s Who, Marketing Club, Triangle, Senior Council. SMITH, ROBERT WILLIAM; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. SMITH, VIRGIL TRUMAN, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering. SNEAD, PAMELA RUTH; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Beta Beta Beta, Spirit, Union Committees. SPEEGLE, SANDRA JEAN; Mount Olive; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Vice-President Chi Delta Phi. Phi Mu Epsilon. Vice-President New Hall. 484 Class SPICELAND, EUARUS COPELAND; Mobile; ComnUTLC- .inJ Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi; Marketing Club, Cadet Officers ' Club, Cinema Society, Distinguished Military Student. UA Award for Out- standing Achievement. SPRINGFIELD, CLAUDE HARRISON, III; Memphis, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta; Marketing Club. SQUITIERl. LINDA CHRIS; Frankfurt, Germany; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. STAGG, JAMES BURNELL; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. STAKES, JOHN FREDERICK; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. STANLEY, CYNTHIA REINHART; Theodore; Education. STANSELL. ELLA MAE; Tuscumbia; Education. STARLING, ROBERT JAMES; Fort Payne; Education; Delta Tau Delta. STARLING, SHELBY LAMAR, JR.; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Scabbard and Blade, Phi Eta Sigma. STARNES, WILLIAM STANCIL; Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; President Alpha Tau Omega. STEELE, ROBERT LAVERT; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Sigma Pi. STEINBERG, BARBARA BETH; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Trea- surer Sigma Delta Tau; Chairman AWS Cultural Committee, Triangles, Bama Bowl, Dean s List. STEPHENS, JULIA LEE; Selma; Education; President New Hall. STEPHENS. WILLIAM CARL; Pleasant Grove; Education. STEWART, FERRIS M.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Newman Club, IEEE. STEWART, JULIA BLANCHE; Greensboro; Arts and Sciences; Tau Alpha. STEWART, KENNETH W.; Madison; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. STEWART, LINDA MARIE; Miami Shores, Florida; Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Public Relations Officer Young Republicans. STEWART, MARY KAY; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. STEWART, TEDDY LEE; Odessa, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Track, A Club. STILL, BARRY NOEL; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. STILSON, CHARLES MICHAEL; HuntsviUe; Engineering; ASME. STOCKS, TOMISIY JOE; Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administra- tion. STOKES, NIKKI GAY; Clanton; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Spirit, SNEA, Campus Chest. STRAIT. HEATHER LEIGH; Alexandria, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. STREET, ROBERT DOUGLAS; Hartselle; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Pi Mu Epsilon. STRICKLAND, ELIZABETH FLOY; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Vice-President Mu Phi Epsilon, Delta Phi Alpha, Uni- versity Symphony. STUBBS, KATHERN GAYLE; Morris; Arts and Sciences; AWS House of Representatives; WRHC, Senior Advisor Tutwiler, Beta Beta Beta, Student Health Committee, President Mary Burke. SUITTS, THOMAS BYRON; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Basketb.dl. SULLIVAN, AVONELL; Bessemer; Education; lAWS. SULLIVAN, CYNTHIA MARY; Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta; Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Triangle. SULLIVAN, PEGGY KING; Tuscaloosa; Education. SULLIVAN, THOMAS C; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. SUMMERS, MELODY LEE; Birmingham; Education; Vice-President Newman Club, Secretary Mary Burke West. SUSMAN, EILEEN GAIL; Birmingham; Education; President Delta Phi Epsilon, Cotillion Club. SWAFFORD. RONALD LEONARD; Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. SWIATEK, MARK JOHN; Clifton. New Jersey; Education; Delta Chi; Dean s List. SWINDELL. ROBERT DAVID; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi; Editor 1968 COROLLA. Copy Editor 196 ' ' COROLLA, Economics Club. SYKES, THOMAS EARL; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. SYLTIE. ANN CLAIRE; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Chi Delta Phi, Spirit Usherette. SYMMS, MICHAEL SIGMAN; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Matketing Club. SYNGLE, DHUM VIR; Calcutta, India; Engineering. TATE. FORREST OVERTON. JR.; Alexander City; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. TATE, MARY TODD; Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. TAYLOR, CONSTANCE JANIE; Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Little Sister Sigma Phi Epsilon. f? © © V 485 Senior M. i5 TAYLOR, ELIZABETH TERRY; Birmingham; Arts and Scicncos; Chairman Emphasis Committee. Swan Club, AWS Committee, Dorm Judiciary Board, Triangle, Experimental College Committee. TAYLOR, NANCY ROGERS; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Dorm Judi- ciary Council, Treasurer Martha Parham West, Honors Program Can- didate. TEICHMILLER, ROBERT JEROME; Cullman; Arts and Sciences; Band, Iota Phi Theta. TENINBAUM, PHILLIP LOUIS; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi; lota Beta Pi, COROLLA. TENNANT, WILLIAM JON; Aurora, Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Secretary Delta Sigma Pi, President Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma. TERRELL, CHARLES ROSS, JR.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. TERR " ! ' , MIRIAM KA ' ; Lineville; Education; Delta Gamma; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Swan Club, WRNC, New Hall President, House Council. THAMES, SUSAN GLOVER; Mobile; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. THARP, LINDA JEAN; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. THAI ' ER, GORDON MARSHALL: Hope, Indiana; Education; Sigma Chi. THOMAS, MARY JANE; Atlanta, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha Theta; National Collegiate Association for Secretaries, Spirit. THOMAS, PHEBE MOSGROVE; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chi Delta Phi. THOMASON, MATTHEW D.; Birmingham; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Theta Tau, Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers. THOMLEY, KENNETH EUGENE; Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; ASID. THOMPSON, JAMES AVERY; Butler, Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, NANCY S.; Montgomery; Education; Kappa Delta. THOMPSON, NELSON ALFRED; RussellviUe; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi Sigma; Secretary -Treasurer, Vice-President. President Paty Hall; Men s Residence Hall Council. THOMPSON, RICHARD E.; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Marketing Club. THOMPSON, ROBERT BENJAMIN; Foley; Engineering; Theta Tau; SGA Senate, Chairman Senate Finance Committee, AIIE, Engineers Ex- ecutive Council, Alpha Pi Mu. THOMPSON, SHARON FRANCES; North Palm Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. THORNTON, ELLA JOYCE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Agnes Ellen Harris. THRIFT, RENE R.; Abington, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. TIDXX ' ELL, WILLIAM C, III; Columbia, South Carolina; Engineering; AlCHE, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. TILLERY, CAROLINE; York; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. TIPTON, CATHARINE AUGUSTA; Montgomery; Education. TOPOREK, CLAIRE DEBRA; Charleston, South Carolina; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. TRAVIS, EDWARD FRANCIS; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Tau Delta; Armv ROTC; Cadet Officers ' Club. TRAYLOR, CHARLES TIM; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. TREADWAY, PATRICIA GAIL; Jasper; Education. TRESLAR, SHERRVL ANN; McCalla; Education; Band. TUCKER, MARY ESTA; Metropolis, Illinois; Arts and Sciences. TUCKER, SHIRLEY RUTH; Tuscaloosa; Education. TUDC R, ELIZABETH ANN; Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta; Spirit. TURBERVILLE, NANCY ELLEN; Monroeville; Arts and Sciences. TURNER, C. RAY; Athens; Engineering; Chairman AIAA, Engineer ' s Executive Council. TURNER, DONALD GRADY; Birmingham; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIAA. TURNER, JOHN BARNETT; Monroeville; Commerce and Business Administration. TURNER, JON DOUGLAS; Fayette; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Pi Mu Epsilon. TURNER, ROBERT PAUL; Pell City; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. TURNER, SHIRLEY JO; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Pi Mu Epsilon. VAIL, WILLIAM CURTIS; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi; Treasurer Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Epsilon Rho, WABP News Director, IRIS College Conference Delegate, Staff, Circulation Manager CRIM- SON-WHITE, Ad Club, Bama Day Committee. VALENTINE, PATRICIA GAYLE; Dadeville; Education; Alpha Beta Alpha. VANCE, ROBERT STEVEN; Lipscomb; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Marketing Club, VAN TASSEL, GEORGE MARTIN, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Vice-President Kappa Sigma, Marketing Club, Cotillion Club, Homecoming Committee, Bama Day Committee, IFC Council, COROLLA. VARNER, MARY FRANCES; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega; SNEA, Spirit, Alpha Beta Alpha, AWS Scholarship Committee. 486 Class VAUGHAN. Ax n ' BARBARA; Sclma; Education; Delta Gamma. VAUGHAN, ROBERT PAUL; Decatur; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Siama Pi, Marketing Club. VAUGHN, MICHAEL EDWARD; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsi lon Delta, Beta Beta Beta. Band. VENTRESS, NONA ANN; Clavton; Education; Delta Delta Delta. VICKERS, MARTHA LYNN; luka, Mississippi; Home Economics; Delta Zeta, VICKERV, PATRICIA H.; Bessemer; Home Economics. VINES. BRENDA CAROL; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Xi Delta; Phi Chi Theta, Marketin.t; Club, Deans List. VINSON, LAURENCE DUNCAN, JR.; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. Honors Program. Committee to Study the Role otthe Student. VOGE. DIANE GAIL; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta; University Singers. German Club. Delta Phi Alpha, Chi Delta Phi. VOIT. LARRY BANK; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; SGA House ot Representatives. WAIDE. WILLIAM HAMILTON; Atlanta, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Finance Association. WALDEN, JULIA; Headland; Arts and Sciences; President Pasteur So- ciety. Women s Intramurals. WALKER, PAMELA RUTH; Hayden; Education; SNEA. WALKLEY. PHILIP HENRY. JR.; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WALLACE. FRANCES YVONNE; Mobile; Education; SNEA. ACEI. WALLENBERG. NANCE LOU; Clarence. New York; Home Eco- nomics. WALLER. CHARLES LEE; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. WALSH. N, VIRGINIA; Phenix City; Arts and Sciences; President Kappa Alpha Theta. VC ' ALTERS. JANICE MARIE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Trea- surer Alpha Chi Omega; Chi Delta Phi. Deans List. SGA Tutorial Assis- tance. Youni; Republicans. WALTHALL. GEORGE POLLARD. JR.; Prattville; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. WALTON. JAMES EDWARD; Nashville. Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Delta Theta. WALTRIP. MARSHALL DAVIS. JR.; Hampton. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Intramurals. WARD. FRANK B.; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Sigma Chi; Tennis Team. WARD. GROVER MILTON; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Beta Beta Beta. WARD, LYNDA KAY; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. WARD, MARYE ELIZABETH; Dothan; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Pi Beta Phi; NCAS. Phi Chi Theta. WARREN. EUGENE LEE; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi; A . S Senator. Academic Affairs Committee. Sigma Delta Chi. Alpha Delta Sigma. International Student Association. Tn-Campus Ring Commis- sion, Editor SGA Annual Report Committee, ETV, News Director Cam- pus Radio Station, C-W Staff. Farrago Staff " . WARREN, LEWIS A.; Eau Gallie, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. WATSON, CHARLES COLEMAN, JR.; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. WEATHER, MICHAEL LEVOY; Rogersville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Alpha Theta, Co-Chairman Emphasis 1969, Cavaliers, Emphasis 1968. WEAVER, CHARLOTTE NOLAND; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WEAVER. EDWARD HARRISON; Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau; Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi. WEEKS. CATHERINE ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. WEEMS, DAVID MICHAEL; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. WELCH. MARLO SCOTT; Mobile; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. WERMUTH, MICHAEL ANTHONY; Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. Circle K International. Cadet Of- ficers Club. Vice-President Scabbard and Blade. WEST. MARILYN ELIZABETH; Weeks. Louisiana; Education. WHALE •. DOROTHY SUSAN; Geiger; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi; COROLLA Copy Editor. AWS Judiciary Council. Bama Day Committee. Senior Council. lAWS. Chairman Rush Evaluation Com- mittee. Festival ot Arts, Junior Panhellenic. WHARTON, DUSTY ANN; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta, COROLLA Favorite, Phi Alpha Theta, AWS Bama Bowl Committee, Festival of Arts, Junior Panhellenic. WHATLEY, LANA HOLMES; Jackson. Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. WHATLEY. REYNOLDS DAVIS; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WHITCOMB. VIRGINIA KATHRYN; Florala; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Kappa. Women s Residence Hall Council. WHITE. EVELYN KNOX; Troy; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WHITE. LINDA K.; Cullman; Home Economics. WHITEHEAD. CAROLYN VIRGINIA; Bessemer; Home Economics; Dorm Officer, Marketing Club, American Interior Designers, Agnes Ellen Harris Club. 487 S enior t mm 11 ■■ ,V fo. «» ' % WHITFIELD, DONNA ELIZABETH; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta. AWS Scholarship Committee, SNEA, President French Club, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi. WHITFIELD, GAIUS, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. WHITLEY, CAROLYN ANN; Gadsden; Home Economics. WHITLEY, SANDRA LOUISE; Florence; Education Spanish Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Baptist Student Union. WILDES, WILLIAM PAUL; Tuskegee; Arts and Sciences; Band, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. WILEY, JOAN CAROL; Adamsville; Education. WILKINSON, DAVID CURTIS; Hueytown; Education; SNEA. WILLIAMS, CARY JAMES; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. WILLIAMS, CHARLES DAVID; Dothan; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, HENRY LEWIS, JR.; CarroIIton; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, JULIA KLINNER; Tuscaloosa; Education; Town Girls. WILLIAMS, MARION LUCAS; Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. WILLIAMS, MICHAEL LAMAR; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; SGA House Speaker Protem. SGA Senate, Scabbard and Blade, Pi Tau Chi, Alpha Kappa Upsilon, Circle K, Marketing Club, Homecoming Committee, Bama Day Committee, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration Executive Council, Mens Residence Hall Council. WILLIAMSON, MARY ETHEL; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sophomore Council. WILLIFORD, JOAN MARIE; Cullman; Education; Delta Delta Delta; S ' an Club, Pasteur Society. WILLINGHAM, MARY ELIZABETH; Bessemer, Arts and Sciences; SNEA, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi, President Martha Parham East, Vice-Chairman Women ' s Residence Hall Council, AWS House of Representatives Research Commission, Most Outstand- ing Woman Martha Parham East. WILLIS, JOSEPHINE KNIGHT; RussellviIIe; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta; Mortar Board, Senior Council, AWS Research Commission. WILMER, JOHN ANTHONY; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. WILSON, CHARLES EDWARD; Doraville, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration. WILSON, EDWIN PEEBLES; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Alpha; Arnold Air Society, Cotillion Club, Ad- vanced Air Force ROTC. WILSON, JAMES ELDON; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Vice-President 196 " -68 President 1968-69 Delta Sigma Pi, AFROTC Cadet Officers Club, Air Reserve Squadron Award, Arnold Air Society Operations Officer, AFROTC Cadet Colonel — Deputy Wing Commander. WILSON, JOYCE ILENE; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. WINDHAM, JANICE; Birmingham; Education; President Alpha Gamma Delta, NIortar Board, Who s Who. WINSTON, LAURA DIANE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Agnes Ellen Harris. WITHROW, RANDALL WILLIAM; Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Marketing Club. Finance Association; SAM, WITTENSTEIN, GAIL LYNN; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President Tutwiler. 488 Class WOLFE, TED EUGENE; Birmingham; Commerce and Business AJ ministration; Delta Chi. WOOD. ANNETTE EUGENIA; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Xi Delta; AWS [ ihlicitv Committee. SNEA. WOOD, ELIZABETH A.; Huntsvilie; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. WOOD, RICHARD ELIGN. JR.; Oneonta; Arts and Sciences; Deans List. Pi Mu Epsilon. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Gamma Si.gma Epsilon, Scab- hard and Blade. WOOD, RONALD DOUGLAS; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Un- iversity Singers. L, ' niversir ' Plavers. ■WOOD. SANDRA SUE; Nashville. Tennessee; Education. WOODFIN. lOANN; DeatsviUe; Education. WOODFIN. ' MARTHA ELIZABETH; Sprott; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta; ' WCA, Spirit. WOODHA L MARTHA JUNE; Anniston; Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Council of Exceptional Children, SNEA, President AWS House ot Rep- resentatives, Panhellenic. WOODHAM, MICHAEL OLLAN; Charleston, South Carolina; En- gineering; AIAA. WOODINGTON, JAMES ROLAND; Cherokee; Arts and Sciences; Scabbard and Blade; Advanced ROTC. WOODS, CECIL GERALD; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WOODS, DARYL ALTA; Tuscaloosa; Education. WOOTEN. RONALD LEE; Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau. WRIGHT, SALLY P.; SpringviUe; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. WYATT. MARTHA JEAN; Tuscaloosa; Education. VC ' YATT. RALPH KURRY; Fayette; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. YARBROUGH. CHARLES INMAN; Hartselle; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. YARBROUGH. JAMES EDWARD; Hartselle; Ans and Sciences. YARBROUGH. SHARON GAY; Birmingham; Education; Spirit, Co- Chairman Spirit LIsherettes. YATES, NANCY JUNE; Lanett; Education. YEAGER. SYLVIA DALE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Agnes Ellen Harris. YOUNG, STEPHEN RANDAL; Montnomery; Arts and Sciences. ZAVITZ, KEITH ARTHUR; Upland, Calitornia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi; Track Team. ZEANAH, CONNIE JO; Andulusia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; AWS House of Representatives, Young Democrats. CRIMSON- WHITE Staff, League of Women Voters, SGA Office Staff, Panhellenic. ZOGHBI, JOSEPH GEORGE; Beirut, Lebanon; Engineering; ISA. 489 Dag Rowe, President School of Arts and Sciences Adrian Grant, President School of Commerce and Business Administration Marilyn Ball, Presiilcvl College of Education Merrill Liveakos, President School of Home Economics Seth Hersh, President School ot Engineering School Presidents ' ■■■J ' _;f(i •»- - ' i l Undergraduates AARON. JANICE DIANE; (Jr.); Duncanville; Education. ABBOTT, JAMES BATES, IV; (Soph.); Conway, Arkansas; Engi- neering. ABBOTT, MICHAEL STEPHEN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau. ABELE. JULIA GRANT; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ABERCROMBIE, ALICE ANN; iFr.); Mobile; Home Economics; Kappa Delta. ABERCROMBIE, NANCE AMANDA; (Soph.) Birmingham; Educa- tion. ABERNATHY, WILLIAM JAMES, JR.; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. ABERNETHY, WILLIAM ERVIN, JR.; (Soph); Columbus, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration. ACEE, WESLEY WINCHELL, III; (Soph, i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. ACHATZ, LINDA MARIE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. ACHORN, JUDITH LYNN; (Fr.); Florence; Education; Chi Omega. ACKERMAN, PETER LEE; (Jr.); Miami, Florida; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ACKERMANN, ROBERT PAUL; (Jr.); North Bergen, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. ADAIR, JAMES ROBERT; (Soph, i; C BA.; Alpha Tau Omega. ADIAR, OLIVIA VYNN; (Fr.J; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. ADAMS, BARBARA JEAN; (Fr. ); Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Delta Delta Delta, ADAMS, DALE ROGER; (Jr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Acacia. ADAMS, HARRY ALBERT; (Jr. i ; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, JAMES MICHAEL; (Fr.;; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, KENNETH RAY; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. ADAMS, MARGARET DEAN; (Jr.); Alexander City; Education; Kappa Delta. ADAMS, PHIL ABELINE; (Fr.) Troy; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. ADAMS, ROBERT S.; (Soph.); Junglinster, Luxembourg; Arts and Sciences. ADAMS. ROSEMARY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, STEPHEN ANTHONY; ( Fr. ); Zanesville, Ohio; Engineering. ADAMS, SUSAN ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Fort Benning, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, WALT LEE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Phi. ADAMS, WILLIAM CALVIN; (Fr. ); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. ADDERHOLD, TERRY WAYNE; (Fr.); Piedmont; Engineering. ADKINS, JOHN RAINEY; (Fr); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. ADNEE, CHRISTINE LOU; (Fr.); Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. AGEE, WILLIAM HENRY; (Jr.); Pine Hill; Commerce and Business Administration. AGROW, ANDREA LYNNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. AKERS, OTTIE, 111; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Lambda Chi Alpha. AKIN, MARY DAMON; ( Fr. i; Franklin, Tennessee; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi. ALBRIGHT, CAROLINE HALE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. ALBRIGHT, PEGGIE LYNNE; (Fr.); North Springfield, Virginia; Ed- ucation, ALDERDICE, JOHN DOUGLAS; (Jr.); Hamburg, New York; Arts and Sciences. ALDRIDGE, BONITA SUE; (Soph.); Winfield; Arts and Sciences. ALEXANDER, CAROL POPE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. ALEXANDER, CAROLYN JANE;(Fr.); Rogersville; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Xi Delta. ALEXANDER, DANNY LE VERT; (Fr.); Mobile; Education. ALEXANDER. DONALD LEE; (Jr.); Covington, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi, ALEXANDER, FIDELIA; (Soph.); Jackson, Mississippi; Home Eco- nomics; Chi Omega. ALEXANDER, JANET ELIZABETH; (Fr.;; Meridian, Mississippi; Education. ALEXANDER, MICHAEL DONALD; (Fr. ); Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration. ALEXANDER, NANCY LEE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. ALFORD, THOMAS JOSEPH; (Jr.); AlbertviUe; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. ALFORD, WILLIAM DAVID; (Fr.); Huntsville; Engineering. ALLEN, ADRIENNE GAIL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. 492 ALLEN, CAROL FRANCIS; iFrj; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. ALLEN, AUBREY BLAINE; (Soph.); Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences. ALLEN, CHARLES HEADLEY; Fr.j; Birmingham; Engineerini;; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALLEN, DAVID ALBERT; iSoph. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ALLEN, J. DELL JR.; i Soph i; Jay, Florida; Engineering. ALLEN, GEORGE WILLIAM, III; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. ALLEN, JACK GLENN; (Fr. ); Troy; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Sigma Nu. ALLEN, JANE SMART; (Soph, i; Lyon, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. ALLEN, WANDA RACHEL; (Fr.); Eufaula; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. ALLEY, SUSAN LYNNE; (Jr.); Auburn; Education; Kappa Delta. ALLIN, MARTHA M.; (Fr. ); Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. ALLISON. PATRICIA JEAN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. ALLRED, REBECCA SUE; (Soph.j; Hanceville; Nursing. ALLUMS, BETTY JO; (Fr.i; Dora; Education; Delta Gamma. ALLUMS, CYNTHIA LYNN; (Fr. ); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. ALLUMS, JO ANN; (Fr. i; Hueytown; Education. ALRED, ROBERT WILLIAM; (Soph); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. ALSTON, VALERIE ANN; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. ALTHAUS, JUDITH ANN; (Fr.); Orlando, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Zeta. ALTHERR, JACK RICHARD; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. AMASON, JAMES RICHARD; (Soph.); AlbertviUe; Engineering. AMBROSE, PATRICIA HAYWARD; (Jr.); Ankara, Turkey; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Beta Phi. AMBROSE, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR.; (Soph.); Reform; Arts and Sci- ences. AMERINE, KATHRYN PAULA; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. AMICK, RALPH O.; (Soph.); Mobile; Engineering. AMMONS, FREDERICK SHERWOOD; (Jr.); Bessemer; Engineering. AMMONS, ROXANNE CHERIE; (Fr. ); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. ANDERS, DANA LOUISE; (Soph.); Blountstown. Florida; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. ANDERSON, ANNE DUDLEY; (Fr. ); Birmingham; Education. ANDERSON, BRUCE HENRY; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Engineering; Theta Tau. ANDERSON, CHRISTA ELAINE; (Soph.); Chancellor; Arts and Sci- ences. ANDERSON, DAVID DEWAYNE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Engineering. ANDERSON, EVELYN; (Jr.); Decatur; Home Economics; Phi Mu. ANDERSON, GORDON CHRIS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau. ANDERSON, JANET BAILEY; (Fr.); Meridian, Mississippi; Home Eomonics; Kappa Delta. ANDERSON, JOE MARK; (Fr.j; Madison; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. ANDERSON, JOANN ALICE; (Jr.); New Orleans, Louisiana; Educa- tion; Alpha Omicron Pi. ANDERSON, PAUL JOHN; (Soph.); Worcester, Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON, ROBERT LEON; (Jr.); Birmingham; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma. ANDERSON, THOMAS PERRIN; (Jr.); Anmston; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. ANDERSON, W. GAIL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Zeta. ANDERTON, CYNTHIA LEE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Education; Phi Mu. ANDERTON, ROY DOUGLAS; (Soph.); Moulton; Education. ANDREWS, BILL WICHART; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. ANDREWS, CLIFFORD A.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ANDREWS. DEBORAH SUE; (Fr.); Daphne; Arts and Sciences. ANDREWS. EDSEL ALRIEDGE; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. ANDREWS. LINDA DELL; (Soph. ); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ANDREWS. MICHAEL REESE; ( Fr. ); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ANDREWS. OSA LAMAR, III; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. Undergraduates -% 1 493 Undergraduates ANDREWS, RHONDA J.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ANTONIO, PATRICIA JEAN; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. APEL, JOHN FREDRICK; (Soph.); Cullman; Commerce and Business Administration. APPELMAN, RHONA LYNN; (Soph.); Hicksville. New York; Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon. AQUILINO, VINCENT C; (Jr.); Fairfield; Arts and Sciences. ARBOGAST, LINDA SUE; (Fr. ); Jackson, Mississippi. ARENDALL, ROBERT ALEXANDER, JR.; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ARMBRESTER, DAVID ARNOLD; (Jr.); Bessemer; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. ARMISTEAD, GEORGE SIDNEY; (Fr.); Grove Hill; Arts and Sci- ences. ARMISTEAD, WENDYLE ELIZABETH; iFr.;; Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. ARMOUR, BEVERLY MURRAY; ( Fr.;; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Omicron Pi. ARMSTRONG, JERI JOAN; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. ARMSTRONG, KAYE ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Delta Delta. ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA LOUISE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Delta Delta. ARMSTRONG, RUBY DEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ARMSTRONG, STEPHEN ROBERT; (Fr.); Florence; Arts and Sci- ences. ARNOLD, LINDA CHRISTINE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Gamma. ARNOLD, RICHARD EDWARD; iSoph.i; Brentwood, Tennessee- Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ARNOLD, SHARON JO; -Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. ARNOLD, STEPHEN RICHARD; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. ARRINGTON, ERIC MAURICE; (Fr.); Piedmont; Commerce and Business Administration. ARRINGTON, WILLIAM MEEK, (Jr. i; York; Engineering; Theta Tau. ASH. RICKY WAYNE; iFd; Leeds; Engineering. ASHE, EVELYN; (Fr. ); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. ASHFORD, DONNELL C; (Jr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. ASHURST, JUDITH OWENS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. ASKEW, ELIZABETH LAW; (Fr.j; Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. ASPRAY, DONALD WAYNE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. ATKINS, DANNY DEAN; iFr. ); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ATKINS, E. KAY; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Phi Mu. ATKINS. LARRY MAXIE; (Soph.); Falkwille; Engineering. ATKINS, SONDRA JOAN; (Soph.i; Decatur; Commerce and Business Administration. ATTAWAY. ALFRED WALTER, JR.; (Soph, i; Decatur, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration. ATWELL, PAULA; (Fr. ); Jackson, Mississippi; Home Economics; Chi Omega. AUERBACH, LARRY ALLAN; (Jr.); Biloxi, Mississippi; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. AUSMAN. KENNY JOE; (Fr.;; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. AUVIL, JIMMS ' DEAN; (Soph.); Dothan; Education; Acacia. AVERETTE, TROILANE; ( Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. AVERY, JAMES RICHARD. Ill; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. AXT, LINDA KATHRYN; (Jr.); San Francisco, California; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. AYCOCK, JERRY ANN; (Jr.); Athens; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. AYER, ELIZABETH ANN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Education; Pi Beta Phi. BABIN, VIRGINIA ANNE; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. BACKER, STEVEN ALAN; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. BACON, JOSELYN CECILLE; (Soph.); Selma; Nursing. BADHAM. CRAWFORD GLENN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. BAEWALD, ROSS FORNEY; (Soph.i; Bynum; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. BAGGETT, JENNIFER ANN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. BAGGETT, REBECCA LEA; (Fr. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BAGWELL, CLIFFORD GLADNEY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. 494 Undergraduates BAGWELL, JANIS CATHERVN; ijr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sucncc-s. BAILES, EMILLI F.; iSoph. i; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BAILEY. BARBARA GAIL; iFr.); Russc-llvilk-, Arts and Sciences. BAILEY. BARBARA JANE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BAILEY, BRENDA GAIL; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BAILEY, CECIL EUGENE; (Soph.); Gaffney, South Carolina; Artsand Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. BAILEY, CHARLES EVERETT; iFr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. BAILEY, ERNEST STEVEN; (Soph, i; Calera; Engineering. BAILEY, FOSTER POINTER; iSoph.i; Decatur; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. BAILEY, GEORGIA ANNE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BAILEY, GUY HUBERT, III; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BAILEY, lAMES DOUGLAS; (Fr.l; Montgomery; Engineenns. BAILEY, JOHN IRA, JR.; (Fr. i; Mobile; Artsand Sciences. BAILEY, MYRA L ' NN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Economics. BAILEY, PATTIE EDITH; iFr. ); Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. BAIN, JAMES MONTGOMERY; (Fr.); Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. BAITES, JOHN WARREN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Chi Phi. BAKER, JAMES ROBERT; (Jr.); Gadsden; Artsand Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. BALDWIN, MARGARET ALICE; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. BALL, JANE ALICE; (Fr.); Coker; Home Economics. BALLARD, CHRISTINE R.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BALLARD, GEORGE PAUL; (Jr.i; Northport; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. BALLARD, MARGARET SHERWOOD; iSoph); Elberta; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. BANKS, J. DONALD; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Lambda Chi Alpha. BANKS, JAMES THORMAN; (Fr.); Northport; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. BANKSTON, LINDA; (Fr. ); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. BANKSTON, SHELIA FAYE; (Jr.i; Cordova; Education. BARANSKI, LINDA LEA; (Fr. ); Miami, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. BARBEE, GARY MICHAEL; (Fr.); Phenix City; Engineering. BARBER, GEORGIANNE; (Fr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. BARBER, PAMELA MARCIA; (Jr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Omicron Pi. BARBER, THOMAS GRIFFIN; (Fr.); Fairfield; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. BARELARE, JOHN DORNER; iSoph. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Gamma Delta. BARKER, CAROL JANICE; (Jr.); Boaz; Nursing; Alpha Delta Pi. BARNES, ANTHONY LOUIS; iFr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BARNES, BEVERLY JEAN; (Fr.); Mobile; Home Economics. BARNES, BRUCE WALTER; (Fr.i; Alexander City; Artsand Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta, BARNES, DEBORAH PATTERSON; (Fr.); Demopolis; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BARENS, ELLEN AMELIA; (Soph. ); Montgomery; Home Economics; Phi Mu. BARNES, JAMES DEWITT; ( Fr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration. BARNES, REBECCA LYDIG; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. BARNES, STEVENSON FLETCHER, (Jr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. BARNETT, HENRY C; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. BARNETT, THOMAS WILSON; (Fr.); Ensley; Engineering. BARNHART, JENNIFER LYNN; (Fr.); Ormond Beach, Florida; Ed- ucation; Kappa Alpha Theta. BARR, JOHN DAVID; (Fr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. BARR, NANCY REBECCA; (Fr.); Eufaula; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. BARRETT, ANITA FAYE; (Jr.); Elrod; Arts and Sciences. BARRINGTON, GAIL ELIZABETH; iFr.); Waverly Hall, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. BARROW, DEBORAH ANN; (Soph.); Maxwell A.F.B.; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Xi Delta. fi H s 1 . v 495 Undergraduates BARRY. EDWARD JAMES; (Sophj; Borough, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. BARTON, THOMAS DUDLEY; (Fr.); Vernon; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, BARTON, WILLIAM CHARLES; iSoph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. BARTON, WILLIAM JACKSON, JR.; (Soph.i; Savannah, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. BASS, JON LARRY; (Jr.); Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sciences. BASSETT, GREGORY LOSTON; iFr.); Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences. BASSETT, JAMES LEE; ( Fr. i; Edna, Texas; Engineering. BATCHELOR, SONYA DIANE; (Jr.); Double Springs; Home Eco- nomics. BATEMAN, BONNIE JOY; (Jr.); Port Charlotte, Florida; Home Eco- nomics. BATES, BETTY MARGARET; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta BATES, DONNA JEAN; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. BATES, DORIS DIANN; (Jr.); Brilliant; Home Economics. BATES. JOHN L; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. BATES, RONDI LAIN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta, Delta, Delta. BATIZY, RITA DIANE; (Jr.); Riverside; Education. BATSON. HERBERT GRADY; i Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BATSON, ROBERT GROVER; (Fr.i; Hueytown; Arts and Sciences. BATTY, SARA JANELLE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha- BAUER, BRUCE J.; ( Jr i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Pi Kappa Alpha. BAUER. SUE ANNE; ( Fr. i; Opp; Education. BAUMAN. THOMAS H.; (Soph.); Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. BAXENDALE. CAROL JOYCE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BAXTER, ROBERT NL, JR.; (Sophi; Headland; Arts and Sciences. BAYNE, WILLIAM RODERICK; (Soph.); Headland; Arts and Sci- ences. BEACH, PATRICIA ELAINE; iSoph); Mt. Olive; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta, BEACHAM. WILLIAM A.; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BEADLE, SAMUEL GREGORY; (Fri; Florence; Commerce and Busi- ness .Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BEADLES. KATHERINE PERKINS; (Fr.i; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; H(.)me Economics; Chi Omega, BEAL. DONALD MORRIS; (Soph, ); Jacksonville; Engineering, BEAN, BARBARA JO; iSoph.); Kennedy; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi BEAN, TERRESA ANN; (Fr. ); Stevenson; Arts and Sciences. BEARDEN, MARTHA ALICE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BEARDEN, RONALD PARNELL; (Jr.); MapIesviUe; Engineering. BEASLE ' , CHARLES A.; (Soph, i; Albertville; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha, BEASLEY, FOWLER CYNTHIA; iSoph,); Bakersfield; Education. BEASLEY. ROBERT MICHAEL; (Fr.;; Panama City, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. BEATY, THALIA LEAUTINDA; (Soph.); Fort Payne; Arts and Sci- ences. BEAUCHAMP, ANNETTE MERSHON; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Eco- nomics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BEAUCHAMP, LYNN MERSHON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. BEAVEN, HORACE HARRISON; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BEAVERS, VIRGINIA LEIGH; (Jr. ); Akron, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. BEAVERS, WENDELL MAURICE; (Soph.); Pell City; Arts and Sci- ences. BECKHAM. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. BECKLEY. SUSAN ELENOR; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BEDFORD, WYEMA ANN; (Fr. i; Semmes; Arts and Sciences. BEDDOW, JANE GREY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. BEDSOLE, TRAVIS MASSEY, JR.; (Soph.);Mobile;ArtsandSciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon, BEELER, JOHN HINKLEY, JR.; ( Jr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BELCHER. LINDA LEE; (Soph, i; Mount Olive; Arts and Sciences. BELL, DEBORAH LEE; (Soph.); West Memphis, Arkansas; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Gamma. 496 BELL. MARVIN DON; (Frj; Werumpka; Arts and Sciences. BELL, RICHARD H; (Fr.l; Pell City; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Delta Tau Delta. BELL, SHEILA MAE; iSoph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. BELL, STEPHEN RICHARD; iFr. i; Clewiston, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. BELL, WILLIAM E.; (Fr. ); NX ' inter Park, Florida; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. BEL YEU, JOHN MICHAEL; iSoh.i; Oneonta; Arts and Sciences. BENEFIELD, KATHRYN ANN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education. BENEFIELD, PHILIP CROWDER; ijr. i; Adamsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. BENN, JACQUELYN LYNDA; iFr. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, DANNY EARL; iSoph. ; HuntsVille; Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, DAVID GEORGE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. BENNETT, DEBORAH JO; iFr.i; York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. BENNETT, LEANNE; (Fr. ); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. BENNETT, NANCY L.; (Fr.i; Lincoln; Education. BENNETT, WALTER JOSEPH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. BENNETT, WILLIAM GEORGE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BENSON, JOHNNY FLOYD; (Jr.); Pleasant Grove; Enmneering. BENSON, NANCY SUSAN; iSoph.i; Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. BENTLEY, GLENDA KAYE; (Soph.); Florence; Arts and Sciences. BENTLEY, JAMES ROBERT; (Jr.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Administration. BENTLEY, JEAN HODGES; (Jr.); Kinston, North Carolina; Educa- tion. BERRY, KENNETH WAYNE; (Soph.i; Dougle Springs; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. BERRY, LESLIE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education; Kappa Delta. BERRY, MARY CECIL; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BERRY, PATRICIA ANN; (Fr. ); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences. BERRY, RONALD WAYNE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Chemistry. BERRY, SUSAN EDITH; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BETSILL, ROSEMARY; (Soph.); Huntsville; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi. SEVILLE, DOUGLAS CUNNINGHAM; (Fr. i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Delta Theta. BEVILLE, NARVIE LUCILLE; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. BIGGS, KIM BAILIFF; (Jr.i; Poplar Bluff, Missouri; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BILLITS, LAWRENCE THOMAS; (Fr.i; Birminaham; Engineering. BILLUPS, PAMELA LORENE; ' Fd; Birmingham; Education. BINGHAM, BARBARA DIANE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Gamma. BIRMINGHAM. SANDRA JEAN; (Fr.); SuUigent; Arts and Sciences. BISHOP, CYNTHIA; ( Fr. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BISHOP, JAMES LARRY; (Fr. ); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. BISHOP, LINDA JANE; ' (Soph.); Cottondale; Arts and Sciences. BISHOP, RICHARD OLIVER; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. BISSELL, JEAN SHERLING; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education, Kappa Delta. BITTLE, MARY POSEY; (Soph.i; Andalusia; Arts and Sciences. BIVONA, JAKE VINCENT; (Fr. ); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. BIVONA, JOHN SEBASTIAN; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. BLACK, WENDELL HAILS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BLACKBURN. REBECCA TURNER; (Fr.i; Northport; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Gamma Delta. BLACKERBY, JOHN WILLIAM; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. BLACKERBY, MICHAEL BRUCE; (Fr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. BLACKMARR, ANNA GRACE; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Delta Delta Delta. BLACKMON, CONNIE; ( Fr. ); Gantt; Home Economics. BLACKMON, LOUISE SHORTER; (Jr.); Eufaula; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Gamma Delta. Undergraduates ' • ' - 497 Undergraduates M BLACKSHEAR, ALAN DALE; (Soph); Dothan; Education. BLAIR, MARY ANN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. BLAKE, BEN WINSTON. JR.; (Soph.); Blountsville; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. BLAKE, VIRGINIA KATHRYN; (Soph.); RussellviUe; Home Eco- nomics; Alpha Delta Pi. BLAKENEV. CHARLES W.; (Soph.); Geneva; Arts and Sciences. BLANK, IRA LEONARD; (Fr.); Wantagh, New York; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. BLANKENSHIP, CLYDE ALAN; (Soph.); Hartselle; Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi. BLANKERSHIP, LESLIE ALVIN; (Jr.); Florence; Engineering. BLAZYNSKl, WILLIAM LAWRENCE; (Fr); Chester, Pennsylvania; Commerce and Business Administration. BLEDSOE. FRANCES MC ENTIRE; (Fr.); Cullman; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. BLEVONS, MICHAEL EDWARD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering. BLOUNT, PHYLLIS MCLAUGHLIN; (Soph.); HuntsviUe; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. BLUM, GERARD L.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Epsilon Pi. BLUMERFELD, RICHARD STEPHEN; (Fr. ); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. BODENHEIMER, JEANNE; (Fr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. BODIFORD, THOMAS E.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Chi. BOEHM, DANA LEE, (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. BOGGESS, ANDREW LACEY, JR.; (Soph.); Decatur; Engineering. BOHANNON, BARBARA ELAINE; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Arts and Sci- ences. BOLDING. SAM HENRY, JR.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. BOLES, CLAYTON EUGENE; (Jr.); Old Hickory, Tennessee; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. BOLES, KATHERINE ALLENE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. BOLLING, VIRGINIA ROSS; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BOLT, DALE ERSKINE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences Theta Chi. BOLTON, ELIZABETH RUTH; (Soph.); Mobile; Education. BOLTON, KERMIT PEARSON; (Soph.); Scottsboro; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. BOLTON, WILBURN DONALD; (Jr.); Gadsden; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BOND, RICHARD LEWIS; (Fr); Meridian; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. BONHAM, SHARON LYNN; (Fr.); Hueytown; Home Economics. BONNER, ROSEMARY; (Jr. i; Roanoke; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. BOOK, PERI FRANSES; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BOONE, CLAUDE DAVID; (Jr. ); Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Chi Phi. BOOREAM, CYNTHIA ANNE; (Fr. ); Florence; Education; Delta Delta Delta. BOOTH, BETTY JEAN; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. BOOTH, THOMAS WARREN; (Fr.); Alexander City; Education. BOOTHE, EDMUND DOUGLAS; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. BOOTHE, MELINDA MARIE; (Soph.); Fairhope; Nursing. BORNSTEIN, THADA; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. BOSHELL, LINDA LOU; (Jr.); Jasper; Arts and Sciences. BOSWELL, GRETCHEN ANITA; (Soph.); Geneva; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. BOSTICK, JOHN GORDEN; (Soph); Red Bay; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. BOSWELL, RICHARD STARR, JR.; (Fr.); Montgomery; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. BOTNIK, BARBARA ANN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BOWDEN, MARY ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Monroeville; Education; Kappa Delta. BOWERS, MICHELE CLAIRE; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. BOWLES, CANDICE ADAIR; (Fr.); Fairhope; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. BOWRON. JAMES SHELBY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. BOWRON, WALTER GLENN, JR.; iFr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BOYCE, CHERYL KAY; (Jr.); Daphne; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. BOYD, ANDA; (Jr.); Pensacola, Florida; Ans and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. 498 Undergraduates BOYD, HAL SHERWIN; iFr.i; Town Creek; Engineering. BOYD, PATRICIA CHERYL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BOYD, RICHARD HAMLIN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. BOYD. ROBERT ALVIN; (Soph, i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness AJministracion. BOYD, RUTH ELAINE; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. BOYD, SMITH DELOS; ( Fr. ); Emelle; Education. BOYD, WINIFRED KIRKPATRICK; (Fr. »; Mobile; Education; Delta Zeta. BOYETT, MYRIAM DENNIS; (Jr.); Sulligent; Education; Delta Gamma, BOYETT. SUE ELLEN; (Fr. i; Talladega; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. BOZEMAN, ROBIN ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. BRABNER, TERESA ANN; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. BRACKIN, LINDA MARIAN; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. BRACKIN, RONALD JERALD; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. BRACKNER, Joseph Eddie; (Soph.); Brookwood; Education. BRADEN, MARGARET SPANGLER; (Soph.); Nashville, Tennessee; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. BRADEN, MARTHA GAYLE; (Fr.); Miami, Florida; Education; Del- ta Gamma. BRADFORD, BETTY ANNE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Home Economics. BRADFORD, CARY MARTIN;(Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. BRADLEY, JOE WALTON; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. BRADLEY, JOHN WILLIAM; (Jr.); Monroeville; Education; Sigma Nu. BRADLEY, WILLIAM JACKSON. Ill; (Fr.); Oxford. Maryland; En- gineering. BRADY, JANET RUTH; (Soph, i; Columbus, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. BRAND, JAMES MICHAEL; (Fd; Tarrant; Arts and Sciences. BRANDON, THOMAS LAFAYETTE; (Fr.); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences. BRANNON, MARTIN LOUIS; (Soph.); Altoona; Engineering. BRANSON, TERRY WAYNE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BRANTLEY, JOSEPH KIRVEN, III; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BRANTLEY, WARREN GILBERT; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. BRASWELL, DWIGHT CORNISH; (Jr.); Demopolis; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. BRASWELL, WAYNE MICHAEL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. BRAUNLICH, ALBERT; (Soph.); HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. BRAY, HULSEY ALEXANDER, JR.; (Soph.); MiUbrook; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. BRAZIL, JANET LYNN; (Soph.); Bessemer; Education. BREADEN, DONNA ANN; (Fr.); Shannon. Education. BREAZEALE, THERESA; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. BREEDEN, CATHY ANN; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. BKETZ, CHARLES BARTLETT; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. BREWER, ELIZABETH ELLIS; (Jr,); Centre; Arts and Sciences. BREWER, MICHAEL ERIC; (Soph,).; Miami, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. BREWER, MICHAEL TAYLOR; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BREWER, WILLIAM FRANK; (Fr.); Northport; Commerce and Bus- iness Administration. BRIDGES. DONNA G,; (Jr,); Fairfield; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. BRIDGES, JAMES EDWARD, JR.; (Jr.); Catherine; Commerce and Business Administration. BRIDGES, WILLIAM MITCHELL; (Soph.); Montgomery; Engineer- ing. BRIGHT, WILLIAM WHITLEY; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. BRINER, CARROLL KENNETH, JR.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Delta Chi. BRISCOE, JAMES ROBERT; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. BRITTON, KATHLEEN DENNIS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BRITTON, MARY MICHELLE; (Fr,); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BROADBENT, J. L.; ( Jr. ); HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. 0f 499 Undergraduates 3 V . f M R0C 3£i BROCK, A, JANE; (Jr.); Attalla; Education; Delta Zeta. BROCK, DOUGLAS HOWARD; (Fr.l; Vernon; Arts and Sciences. BROCK, LINDA FRANCES; (Soph.); Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. BROCK, REBECCA JOAN; (Soph.); Attalla; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. BROKAW, BARRY ALAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. BROMLEY, CLAUDE THOMAS, III; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. BROOK, MAURY JACOB; (Soph.); Mobile; Ans and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. BROOKER, JOHN ROBERT; (Jr.); Mount Vernon, Washington; Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, ALAN; (Fr.); Decatur; Education. BROOKS, LINDA JEAN; (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. BROOKS, MARION KEYS; (Jr. ); Pratrville; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. BROOKS, ROBERT TISDALE, JR.; (Fr.); Andalusia; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. BROSIER, DEBORAH ANN; (Fr.); Cocoa Beach, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. BROTHERTON, SALLY PATTERSON; (Jr. ); Jasper; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BROUGH, MARGARET CAROL; (Jr.); Woodbridge, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. BROUGHTON, DOROTHY E.; (Jr.); Montgomery; Home Econom- ics; Zeta Tau Alpha. BROUGHTON, MARY EILEEN; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. BROWER, WILLIAM JORDAN; (Fr); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. BROWN, ANNE IDELL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BROWN, BARBARA SUE; (Soph, i; Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences; Chi Ome,i;a. BROWN, BETTY GAIL; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. BROWN, CALVERT HILL; ( Fr.); Vicksburg, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. BROWN, CAROLYN MARIE; (Fr); Hickory, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences. BROWN, CHARLES CLARE; ( Fr. ); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. BROWN, DEBORAH ANNE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. BROWN, DOROTHY MARIE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. BROWN, HARRY ISON, JR.; (Jr.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. BROWN, JAMES EDWARD, IV; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BROWN, JANET HELEN; (Fr.i; Talledega; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. BROWN, JEANETTE; (Fr. ); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Zeta. BROWN. KATHRYNE AMELIA; (Jr.); Ozark; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta. BROWN, LARRY WAYNE; (Jr. i; Daytona Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. BROWN, LINDA C; (Fr. ); Akron, Ohio; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. BROWN, MARGARET ELLEN; iFr. i; Northport; Home Economics. BROWN, MELINDA KAY; (Fr.); Prattville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. BROWN, MICHAEL BURTON; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. BROWN, MICHAEL EUGENE; (Fr.); Sylacauga; Education. BROWN, REX JOHNSOLN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BROWN, RHONDA, MARIE; (Fr.); Demoplis; Arts and Sciences. BROWN, TED DUKE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. BROWN, WILLIAM E, JR.; (Jr.); York; Engineering; Theta Tau. BROWN, WILLIAM L.; (Soph. ); Millport; Arts and Sciences. BROWN, WINFRED CLINTON; (Jr.); Athens; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. BROWNE, MARY JEANINE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. BROWNLEE, JAMES, JR.; (Fr. ); Ethelsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. BRUMLEY, PATRICIA; (Soph.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences. BRUMLOW, CURMILLA GAY; (Fr. ); Roanoke; Arts and Sciences. BRUNSON, CHARLES WAYNE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. BRUSNIGHAN, JOSEPH EDWARD; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing. BRYAN, LYNNE ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. 500 BRYANT, ALICE ELIZABETH; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. BRYANT, WILLIAM JOSEPH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. BUCHANA, LARRY ELBERT; (Jr.;; Alexandria, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. BUCHANAN, LINDA KAYE; (Soph.); Troy; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. BUCK, ROBERT LOYE; (Jr.); Decatur; Commerce and Business Administration. BUCKLEY, LINDA CHRISTINE; (Soph.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. BUCKLEY, MARY SUE; (Soph.); SuUigent; Arts and Sciences. BUCKNER, JOANN CARROLL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BUERGER, CAROLINE SUSAN; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BUFFINGTON, EUNICE ROSE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. BUFFLER. MARY LYNN; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. BUIE, PRISCILLA, TEMPLE; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. BULLOCK, PATRICIA CAROLE; (Jr.); Fairborn, Ohio; Arts and Sci- ences. BUMGARDNER, BONNIE CLAIRE; (Soph.); Athens; Arts and Sci- ences. BUNKLEY, HELEN VIRGINIA; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Gamma. BURCHFIELD, LINDA KAY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. BURCHFIELD. TERRY LAYNE; ( Fr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. BURDETTE, BETTYE; iFr. ); Roanoke; Home Economics; Phi Mu. BURDICK, FREDA ELIZABETH; (Soph. ); Double Springs; Education. BURFORD, JAMES FRANK, III; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. BURGER, KENNETH EUGENE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Education. BURGESS, JOHN BARRY; (Soph, i; Adamsville; Arts and Sciences. BURGESS, PATRICIA ANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu, BURKART, FRANCES CAROLYN; (Jr.); HanceviUe; Education. BURKE, PATRICIA HARRIET; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. BURKE, PATRICK ALLEN; (Fr.); Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. BURKE, SHAWN MARIE; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. BURKETT, JOHN EDWARD; (Fr.); Stuttgart, Arkansas; Engineering. BURKETT, THOMAS EDWARD; (Soph); Frisco City; Commerce and Business Administration. BURKHALTER, RACHEL DEAN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. BURKHALTER, SHARON LEE; (Jr.); Reform; Home Economics. BURKS, MARY LOU; (Fr. ); Pensacola, Florida; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. BURKS, PAMELA SUE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. BURLEY, ALVIN J.,JR.; (Jr.); Loxley, Commerce and Business Admin- istration. BURNELL, WILLIAM JOSEPH; (Soph.); Spruce Pine; Commerce and Business Administration. BURNETT, RICHARD LELAND; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. BURNETTE, ALBERT HARRISON, JR.; (Jr.); Andalusia; Home Eco- nomics. BURNETTE, JAMES RUSSELL, JR.; i Fr. ) ; Eutaw; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Theta Chi. BURNS, HEATHER AVIS; (Fr.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. BURNS, JEWEL RALPH; (Jr.); Decatur; Engineering. BURNS, JOHN L.; (Fr. ); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. BURNS, RICHARD MOORE; (Jr.); Auburn; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. BURNS, ROSE MARIE; (Fr.); Cherokee; Home Economics. BURNS, WILLIAM ARTHUR; ijr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. BURNUM, SUSAN LILLIAN; iFr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. BURROUGHS, JENNIE JORDAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. BURROUGHS, LENWARD R.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. BURROUGHS, PATRICIA CAROLE; (Soph.); Alexander City; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BURTON, HAL STANLEY; (Jr.); Jasper; Engineering. BURTON, JOHN PAUL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. Undergraduates §M 501 Undergraduates BURTTRAM, BRUCE ALLEN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerte and Business AdmmistratKjn; Phi Kappa Psi. BUSBY, MICHAEL WOODS; (Jr.); Jasper; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. BUSH, GUESNA GAR ' l ' ; (JRi; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. BUSH, MARY ANNE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. BUSKE, JAMES HOWARD; (Fr.l; Litchfield, Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. BUTLER, BRENDA ANNE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. BUTLER. GEORGE PATRICK; i Fr. ); Birmingham; Engineering. BUTLER, LAURA ANNE; ( Soph. »; Glenview, tllinois; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. BUTTERLY, MICHAEL DUKE; (Jr. i; Anniston; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. BYBEE, JANICE SUSAN; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. BYRD, CLAUDIA ANN; (Soph, i; Brewton; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. BYRD, KENNETH EUGENE; (Fr.); Rome, Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alpha, B -RNE, HAYNES CRAWFORD; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. CADEM, KATHRYN DIANNE; (Soph.); Sheffield; Home Economics. CAFFEY.JANE; (Fr. ); Anniston; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. CAGLE, DAVID BURKE; (Fr.); Huntsvillc; Arts and Sciences. CAIN, JERRY LYNN; (Jr.); Anniston; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. CAIN, JUNITH ALLISON;(Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. CAIN, MAR ' i ' SUE; (Soph. ); Geneva; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. CALDWELL, JAMES DANIEL; (Soph.); Dadeville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. CALHOUN, TED LAVON; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. CALLAWAY, NANCY KA " ' ; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Phi Mu. CAMP, PHILLIP CAMP; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CAMPBELL, CECILIA; (Fr.); Decatur, Georgia; Education. CAMPBELL, ELLEN; (Soph.); Wapping, Connecticut; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Xi Delta. CAMPBELL, JAMES MICHAEL; (Jr.); Helena; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. CAMPBELL, JOHN THOMAS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CAMPBELL, KENNETH MARION; (Jr.); Scottsboro; Commerce and Business Administration. CAMPBELL, LARRY LEE; (Jr.); Blountsville; Engineering; Theta Tau. CAMPBELL, MARSHA; (Jr. ); Livingston; Education; Delta Zeta. CAMPBELL, PAUL DOWNS; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerceand Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. CAMPBELL, RONALD RAY; (Fr.); Blountsville; Engineering. CAMPBELL, SARAH HELEN; (Jr. i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. CAMPBELL, STEVE GLENN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CAMPBELL, STEWART, JR.; (Fr. ); Franklin, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration; Si,gma Alpha Epsilon. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM GEORGE; (Jr.); New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi, CANCEL, IVAN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration;Lambda Chi Alpha. CANNON, JAMES ERNEST, JR.; (Jr.); Florala; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. CANNON, JANET LEIGH; (Fr.); Fairfield; Education. CANNON, JOE MARTIN; (Soph.); Athens; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. CANNON, LINDA CAROL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. CANNON, RITA ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. CANNON, THOMAS ALLEN; (Fr.); Montevallo; Arts and Sciences. CANTRELL, DAVID WESTBROOK; (Soph.i; Fayette; Commerce and Business Administration. CANTRELL, PHILLIP GUY; (Soph.); Fayette; Commerce and Business Administration. CANZONERI, MARY BRENDAN; (Jr.); Bessemer; Education; Phi Mu. CAPILOUTO, DAVID FRANCE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. CAPLAN, JANET BETH; (Soph.); Atlanta, Georgia; Home Economics; Delta Phi Epsilon. CAPLAN, STANLEY EDWARD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. CAPP, ESTHER DALE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Home Economics; Sigma Delta Tau. 502 Undergraduates CAPPS, PATRICIA ANN; ijr. i; Mountain Brook; Arts and Sciences. CARETTl, JAMES SALVADOR, JR.; (Soph.); Cullman; Arts and Sci- ences. CAREY, CAROL LEE; (Jr.); Sarasota, Florida; Home Economics; Phi Mu. CARGILL, CATHERINE; (Fr); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. CARLISLE, LAURA MARGARET; (Soph); Clanton; Education. CARMACK, MONTE AUBREY, (Soph. ); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. CARMICHAEL, JAMES LARRY; (Fr. i; Valley Head; Commerce and Business Administration. CARMICHAEL, JOHN OLSON; ( Fr. ); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. CARNES, EDWARD EARL; (Fr. i; Albertville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. CARNES, JIMMY FRANK; (Jr.); Albertville; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. CARPENTER. JEFF BRYANT; (Fr.); Owensboro, Kentucky; Com- merce and Business Administration. CARPENTER, MAR " ! ' (Soph, i; Memphis, Tennessee; Home Econom- ics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARPENTER. ROBERT HUDDLESTON, JR.; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CARPENTER. SHERREL LEE; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CARR, RICHARD GREGORY; (Jr.); Guntersville; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. CARR, SHERRY JANE; (Fr.j; South Norwalk, Connecticut; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. CARRELL, PATTY ANN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. CARRIGAN, PATRICK GILL; ( Fr.); Mobi le; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. CARROLL. JOHN; (Fr); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. CARROLL. KELLS CHILTON, JR.; (Jr.); Ozark; Commerce .ind Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. CARROLL. SHARON ANITA; (Fr); Stevenson; Nursing. CARROLL. THOMAS MORRIS. JR.; (Soph.); Huntsboro; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CARSON. RICHARD WALLACE; (Soph.); Florence; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. CARSON. RICHARD WARREN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CARTER, ANNE CLEVELAND; (Fr.); Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. CARTER. BARBARA ANN; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CARTER. JOHN REX; (Fr. ); Burlington. New Jersey; Engineering. CARTER, ROBERT QUINCHY; (Fr.i; Goshen; Engineering. CARTER, ROXANE; (Soph, i; Burlington, New Jersey; Home Ec. CARTER, RYAN; (Fr. ); HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Adminis- CARTER, SUZANNE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CARTER. THOMAS WILLIAM; (Soph.); Dover. New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration. CARVER. TERESA LYNN; (Soph.); Holt; Commerce and Business Administration. CASEY. TERESA SUE; (Jr.); Opp; Education. CASH, ARTHUR VERNON; (Fr.); Hueytown; Engineering. CASH. THOMAS TAYLOR, JR.; (Soph.); Fayette; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. CASHIO. ANTHONY; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. CASSADY, ELIZABETH ANN; (Soph, i; Enterprise; Education. CASTAGNA, JOSEPH ANTHONY; (Jr.); Huntington Station. New York; Education; Alpha Epsilon Pi. CATLIN. JAMES RANDOLPH; ( Fr. ; Jacksonville, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. CATO. KATHRYN MARIE; (Soph.); Trafford; Education. CAUSEY, LAWSON VICTOR, JR.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Acacia. CAUTHEN, DEBORAH ANN; ( Fr.); Sprague; Education. CAUTHEN, HARVEY, JR.; (Fd; Ramer; Commerce and Business Administration. CAUTHEN, LINDA FA YE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Home Economics. CEDARHOLM. ALBERT CEDARHOLM; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. CERVANTES. WALTER; iSoph. i; Piura, Peru; Engineering; Theta Tau. CEYTE, JAMES RENE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CHABANNES, JULIA RAVENEL; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Mu. CHALKLEY, MARTHA LEE;(Soph.);Chattanooga. Tennessee; Educa- tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 503 Undergraduates 4 ll M «uiA 6 CHAMBERS. JAMES GEORGE; ijr.j; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. CHAMBERS. JAMES WILLIAM; ijr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CHAMBERS. LINDA LARIE; iSoph. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Omicron Pi. CHAMBLISS. BENTON; (Jr.); Prattville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. CHAMPION. CAROLYN RAE; ijr.i; Chester, England; Home Eco- nomics; Delta Delta Delta. CHAMPION, EDWARD RAY. IR; Soph, i; Bessemer; Engineering. CHANDEER, CURTIS LEE; .Er.i; BiUingsley; Commerce and Business Administration. CHANEY, STANLEY LAMAR; iFr.i; Hueytown; Engineering. CHAPMAN. CHARLES ALAN; (Soph, i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. CHAPMAN. GARY JAMES; (Fr.); DaleviUe; Commerce and Business Administration; Acacia. CHAP LAN. JAMES EARL; (Fr. ; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. CHAPiNLAN. WILLIAM THOMAS; i Fr. i; Evergreen; Commerce and Business .Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHAPPELLE. ALLAN; iFr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHAPPELL. CAROLYN SUE; ijr i; Talladega; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. CHAPPELL. MICHAEL AL; (Soph. ; Prattville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. CHAPPELLE. MICHAEL JOSEPH; (Jr.); Greenville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. CHASON. ALLAN RICHARD; Fr.); Bay Minette; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. CHEATWOOD. WILLIAM RANDALL; iFd; Oxford; Engineering. CHECKETTS, LARRY ALAN; Soph.); Denville, New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration. CHENAULT. WILLIAM LOWE; (Fr..; Decatur; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. CHERRY. SHIRLEY JO; (Soph, i; Newton. Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. CHESBROUGH. NANO ' VIRGINIA; (Fr. i; AshviUe; Home Eco- nomics; Zeta Tau .Alpha. CHIARELLA. SAM VINCENT; (Jr..; MllIer ■lIIe; Home Economics. CHIEPALICH. MARIA JANE; (Fr. (; Jacksonville; Arts and Sciences. CHILDERS. SL ' ZAXNE S.; i Jr. -; Miller -ille; Home Economics. CHILDS, GUY WEATHERLY; (Soph. Phenix City; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. CHILDS. JOHN EDWARD; Soph. .; Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. CHILDS. SUSAN EMILY; (Jr..; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHILDS. WILLIA.M HAYDEN; ' Jr. i; Samson; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. CHITWOOD. ANDREW PRESTON. HI; ( Soph, k Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. CHITWOOD. DETHA LADELL; (Fr.); Fort Pavne; Arts and Sciences. CHIVINGTON. DEVEREAU DIANNE; (Soph, i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. CHOLEWINSKI. VIC; iFr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. CHRISTENSEN. AMELIA SUE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Education. CHRISTIE. ALVIN WILSON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CHRISTOPHER. JULIA LYNNE; (Jr.); Ardmore; Home Economics. CHUDY. ROBERT JOHN; (Jr. i; Wethersfield. Connecticut; Arts and Sciences. CHURCH. BARBARA LOUISE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. CLAPP. HARVEY N.; iSoph. i; Maplesville, Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. CLARDY. LEWIS ROBERT. Ill; .Soph, i; Northington; Commerce and Business .Administration. CL.ARK ANNE PENTON; (Jr.); Destin, Flordia; Education. CLARK. FLORENCE ROSE; iSoph.i; Clarksdale, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. iSoph. i; Birmingham; Engineering. , Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- CLARK. HENRY JEFFERSON; CL.ARK. JOHN ROLAND; Fr ness Administration. CLARK. M.AR1 ' KATHRYN; (Soph. ; Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. CLARK. SANDRA LEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. CLARK. SUSAN LESLIE; (Fr.i; Tuscumbia; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. CL.ARK. SARAH LOUISA; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. CLARY. RICK O NEAL; (Soph.); Selma; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. CLAY, .ALYCE ELAINE; (Jr. ; Muscle Shoals; Arts and Sciences. 504 CLAY, ANITA JO; (Fr.); Falkville; Education. CLAY, CORAL ELAINE; (Fr. ); New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts anJ Su ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. CLAY, DAVID RALLS; (Fr.;; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Beta Theta Pi. CLA ' , FRED HARRIGAN, JR.; (Jr.); Birmin,i;ham; Cjimmerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. CLAYTON, ELIZABETH JEAN; ( Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. CLEAGE, KATHERINE SUSAN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Del- ta Delta Delta. CLEMENT, COLIN HEUGH; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. CLEMENT, MICHAEL BAYNE; (Fr. »; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. CLEMENTS, JUDITH CHARLENE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. CLEMENTS, ROBERT LOUIS; (Fr.i; Northport; Commerce and Busi- ness Ai.lministration; Sigma Chi. CLEMMONS, GARY FRANKLIN; (Fr.); Saint Joseph, Tennessee; Education. CLEMONS, JUDY; (Fr. ); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. CLEVELAND, WILLIAM MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineer ing. CLICK, SARAH VIRGINIA; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. CLOUD, CATHERINE DESPREZ; ( Fr. ); Birmingh,mi; Home Econom- ics. COBB, CATHY ALICE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. COBB, HENRY HAMMOND; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. COBB, JANET LEE; (Fr. ); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. COBB, L ' l ' NDA DIANE; (Soph.); Calera; Arts and Sciences. COBB, ROBERT HENRY; (Soph.i; Mobile; Home Economics. COBB, ROBERT MARTIN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. COBB, SHIRLEY ANTOINETTE; (Fr.); Sheffield; Arts and Sciences. COBBLE, ARTHUR LEE, JR.; (Jr.); Fort Payne; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi. COBBLE, CHARLOTTE LOUISE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Gamma Delta. COBERN, MARVIN CLINTON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. COCHRAN, CLAIRE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Education; Chi Omega. COCHRAN, TOMMIE DOUGLAS; (Jr.); Albertville; Commerce and Business Administration. COCHRANE, WILLIAM ALLEN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta. COE, MARGARET ELIZABETH; (Fr.); North Port Charlotte, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. COFFEE, GLENDON LEE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Education. COFIELD. ROBERT C, JR.; (Fr.); Anniston; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. COFFMAN, MANION MITCHELL; (Soph.); Elkmont; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Gamma Delta. COHEN, CONSTANCE ANN; (Jr.); Alexander City; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. COHEN, ELLEN SUE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. COHEN, MICHAEL JON; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. COHEN, RICHARD; (Fr.); Montgomery; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. COHEN, ROSE LINDA; (Fr.); Long Beach, California; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. COHN, JAMES IVAN; (Soph.); Tuskegee; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. COLBURN, MARY LINDA; (Soph.); Fayette; Home Economics. COLE, DONALD DWIGHT; (Soph.); Millport; Arts and Sciences. COLE, HOLLY DUBOSE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. COLE, WILLIAM TILFORD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. COLEMAN, ANN MC DANIEL; (Soph.); Coker; Education. COLEMAN, BARTON RIVES; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. COLEMAN. DORTHA JEAN; (Jr.); Springville; Arts and Sciences. COLEMAN, JERRY LANE; (Soph. ); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. COLEMAN, JOHN WOODROW; (Fr.); Talladega; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. COLEMAN, THOMAS WILSON; (Jr.); Coker; Education. COLEY, PATRICIA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. COLGLAZIER, CLARK; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. Undergraduates t ], © P 505 Undergraduates COLLIER, EZMA VIVIAL; iFr. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. COLLINS, CHERYL ANN; ( Fr. ); Troy; Arts and Sciences, COLLINS, JACQUE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. COLLINS. JAMES LARRY; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Engineering; L. C. COLLINS, RITA JAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. COLTON, GEOFFREY ALAN; (Jr.); Huntington, New York; Com- merce and Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. COMER, WOODIE EUGENE; iFr. ; Anniston; Arts and Sciences. CONDITT, CATHERINE VIRGINIA; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. CONDRA, CYNTHIA ANNE; (Fr.i; Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. CONNELL, ROBERT HUNTLEY; .Fr.i; MiUbrook; Arts and Sci- ences. CONNER, DAVID VINCENT; (Fr.); Florence; Engineering. CONNER, KENNETH PAUL; (Soph.); Gadsden; Engineering. CONNERS, THOMAS HENRY; ijr.i; Fayette; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. CONOVER, ELIZABETH VANWICKLE; iJr.i; East Aurora, New York; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. CONTE, GAETON VINCENT; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing. CONVERSE, MARY BRANDLY; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. CONWAY, JOHN LAWRENCE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. Theta Chi. CONWAY, PATRICIA ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Omicron Pi. CONYERS, DONNA JOYCE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Pi Beta Phi. COOK, ANN MARIE; (Soph.i; Selma; Education. COOK, BRENDA GAIL; (Jr.y; Carbon Hill; Education. COOK, BUDDY L; (Jr.); Abbeville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. COOK, GARLAND WINGFIELD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Kappa Delta. COOK, JANICE KAYE; (Fr. i; Cordova; Arts and Sciences. COOKE, DONNA REBECCA; (Fr.i; Tuscakjosa; Home Economics. Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- , Marion; Engineering. (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; COCKE, HERBERT EARL; (Fr.i ness Administration; Theta Xi. COOKE, JUD ' i ' ORLENE; (Soph. COOKE, MICHAEL WILLIAM; Delta Tau Delta. COOLEY, HUGH L.; (Soph); Talladega; Commerce and Business AdministratKjn; Phi Sigma Kappa. COOLEY, JANICE LOUANN; (Soph); Muscle Shoals; Arts and Sciences. COONEY. LINDA SUE; (Jr.); Daphane; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. COONEY, M. BRENNAN; ijr.i; Trussville; Arts and Sciences. COOPER, BYRON LYNN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Tau Kappa Epsilon. COOPER, EARL; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. COOPER, ETHEL ANN; (Soph.i; Moundville; Arts and Sciences. COOPER, GEORGE PRICE; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. COOPER, L. KING, JR.; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. COOPER, STEPHEN DALE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Acacia. COOPER, THOMAS VAN; (Jr.i; Midfield; Commerce and Business Administration. COOPER, VIRGINIA BRASFIELD; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. COPE, WILLIAM ALAN; (Jr.i; Warrior; Engineering. COPELAND, BOBO, JR.; Jr.i; Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. COPELAND, CECILIA HELEN; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Home Eco- nomics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. COPELAND, CHARLES MOOREHEAD. JR.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. COPELAND, HARRY N.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Sigma Phi. COPELAND, JANICE DILLON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Chemistry. COPLIN, TERRY WAYNE; ( Fr.i; Chatchee; Engineering. COPPEDGE, KATHERINE ANN; ( Fr.i; Coral Gables, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Beta Phi. CORBIN, LILLIAN CAROLE; (Fr.i; Gordo; Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta. CORDELL, ERNEST DEWEY, JR.; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. 506 CORDER, JAMES MASON; (Jr.); Athens; CummcrcL- and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. CORDES RALPH EDWARD; (Jr. i; Arab; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. CORK, CANDACE MARIE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. CORLEW. KATHERINE ROSE; (Soph.); Birminfjham; Arts and Sciences. CORLEY, CHARLES DONALD; iFr); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CORLEY. ROBERT DENTON; (Soph, i; Oneonta; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. CORLEY, THELA DEANE; (Soph.); Bay Minette; Education. CORNEIL, JANET LEIGH; (Fr.); Enterprise; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omei a. CORNELIUS, JOHN ERROL; iFr.); Miami, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. CORNELIUS, SUSAN E.; Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu. CORNELL, KAREN ANN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Home Economics; Al- pha Chi Omega. CORNETT, DONNA JEAN; (Jr.); Citronelle; Arts and Sciences. CORRIGAN, STEVEN EUGENE; (Fr.); Florence; Arts and .Sciences. CORTHELL, EMILY LYNN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. CORY, LINDA CLAIRE; (Fr.); Upper Saddle River, New Jersey; Engineering; Alpha Xi Delta. COR YEA, LINDA SHARON; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. COSPER, ERIC MILNER; (Soph.); Bynum; Engineering; Theta Tau. COTHRAN. REBECCA SHIRLEY; (Jr.); Selma; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. COTTLE, LAWRENCE DUBOSE; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. COUCH. MARY ANN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. COUNTS, ROXANNE; ( Jr. i; Tallassee; Education; Delta Zeta. COVINGTON, JOHN WILLIAM; (Soph.); Mobile; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. COWART, REBECCA FA YE; (Soph.); Athens; Arts and Sciences, COWDEN, MARY MARTHA; (Fr. ); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Delta Delta. COWLEY, STEPHEN PATRICK; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. COX, CAROLYN SUE; (Soph.i; Attalla; Arts and Sciences. COX, CATHERINE IRENE; (Fr.i; Boaz; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. COX, HOWARD RAY, JR.; (Soph.); Attalla; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. COX, LELAND MARSHALL; (Soph.); Mentone; Commerce and Business Administration. COX, LEONARD HEATST; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. COX, LOIS MARTIN; (Fr. i; Lexington, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. COX. NANCY LEE; (Soph.); Nashville, Tennessee; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Delta Pi. COX, WILMA OLIVER; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. COYLE, JAMES MARK, JR.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. CRABTREE, CHARLOTTE ANN; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. CRADDOCK, JUDITH ELLEN; (Jr.); Charlottesville, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. CRADDOCK, MARCY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Chi Omega. CRAIG, JENNY OLIVER; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. CRAIG. RICHARD NEELY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. CRAIS, ELIZABETH RUTH; (Fr.;; Birmingham; Education. CRANE, DAVID N.; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration. CRANE, WILLIAM DANIEL; (Fr. ); Mobile; Engineering; Lambda (hi Alpha. CRANFORD, NANCY CARROLL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Educa- tion; Phi Mu. CRAWTORD, SHERRIE LEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Econom- ics; Delta Zeta. CRAYNE, MARK ALAN; (Soph); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. CREEL, PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.); Hueytown; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. CREEL, WILLIAM RALPH; (Jr.); Greensboro; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. CREMER, CAROLE ANN; (Fr.); Columbia, South Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. CREW, CAROLE ANDREA; (Fr. ); Redlands, Calilornia; Arts ,md Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. CREW, PATTI LEE; (Fr. ); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. ::-3m Undergraduates 507 Undergraduates CRISWELL, VERNON MICHAEL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. CRITTENDEN. WILLIAM HARRY; i Fr.); Tarrant; Education. CROCKER. ALICE RAY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CROCKER. CHARLES MILTON, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; En- gineering, CROCKER. DONALD EUGENE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration. CROCKER, JOHN DAVID; (Fr.); Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration. CROCKER, MICHAEL DENISON; iFr.); Demopolis; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CROCKETT, STANLEY THEODORE; ( Fr.); Greenville, Illinois; Commerce and Business; Delta Tau Delta. CROMER. JAY BRENT; (Fr.i; Cullman; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. CROOK, FRED MARSHALL; iFr. ); Atmore; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. CROSBY, CHARLES EDWIN; (Jr.); Elba; Arts and Sciences. CROSS, DOUGLAS EDWARD; (Fr. ); Bethesda, Maryland; Com- merce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. CROTTY, REID A.; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CROUSE, DAVID BARR; (Soph.i; Bissone. Switzerland; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. CROW. JACQUELINE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. CROWLEY. SUZANNE; (Fr.); Ozark; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi. CROY. CATHERINE MARGARET; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. CRUM. GEORGE BARTON; (Fr.); Hayneville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. CRUMP. RODER T.; (Jr.); Memphis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. CRUMPTON. PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.i; Tarrant; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Zeta. CRUTE, MELISSA; (Soph.); Huntsville; Education; Delta Delta Delta. CRYSLER, CYNTHIA LEE; (Fr.i; Caruthersville. Missouri; Edu- cation; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CULBERSON. CHARLES WILLIAM; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineer- ing; Theta Tau. CULBERSON. JAMES RICHARD; (Fr.i; Anniston; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. CULBERSON. SARAH ELIZABETH; (Soph.i; Bovile; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. CULBERT, PATRICIA ELEANOR; (Fr.); Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. CULOTTA. PAMELA BERNADETTE; (Soph.); Mobile; Home Ec- onomics. CULPEPPER, ALLEN WAYNE; (Fr.i; Deatsville; Engineering. CULVER, GEORGE EVERETT; (Jr.); Munford; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. CUMMINS. CAROLYN SUZANNE; iSoph.); Stapleton; Arts and Sciences. CUNNINGHAM. GARY MICHAEL; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. CUNNINGHAM. GWENDOLYN OWENS; (Soph.i; Mobile; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CUNNINGHAM. JOHN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. CUNNINGHAM. SARA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. CUNNINGHAM, TERESA NELL; (Soph.); Sacramento, California; Arts and Sciences. CURL, SUSAN LOUISE; (Jr.); Hialeah, Florida; Home Eonomics. CURRIE, DAVID PAUL; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CURRIE, MARTHA ELLEN; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. CURR ' . ASHLEY; (Soph.); Montgomery; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma. CURRY, WILLIAM ALTON; (Fr); Carrollton; Arts and Sciences. CURTIS. JENNIE MARTHA; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. CURTIS. JULIA WALKER; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. CURTIS, WILLIAM MARVETTE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. CUSIC. FRED WARREN; (Soph); Pineapple; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. CUSICK, JACQUELYN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. CYPRESS, JANET LYNN; ( Fr.); Mountain Brook; Home Economics. DAFFRON, SUSAN LIDDELL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. DAHLKE, CYNTHIA ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. DAILEY. BRENDA JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. DAILEY. MARILYN DIANE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 508 Undergraduates DAILEY, MILLA JANE; (Jr.j; Brent; Education. DALGO, LAWRENCE FULLER; i Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administr.uion; Phi Delta Theta. DALTON, MARGARET ANN; (Soph.); Memphi.s, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. DALY, CONSTANCE J.; (Jr.); Bloomington, Illinois; Education. DALY, PATRICIA ANN; (Fr. i; Athens; Arts and Sciences. DAMSGARD, SARAH ELIZABETH; (Jr. ); Sheffield; Education; Chi Ome a. DANFORD, DONALD STEVEN; (Soph.); Shawnut; Arts and Sciences. DANIEL, BETTY GAYLE; (Jr.); Red Bay; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. DANIEL, MARION WILSON; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Delta Delta. DANIELL, JAMES ROBERT; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. DANLEY, FRANCES ALDRIDGE; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Delta Delta Delta. DANNEMAN, NEIL ALLEN; (Fr.); Bir mini;ham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. DARDEN, MARGARET NADINE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Delta Pi. DARK, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Alexander City; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. DARLING, EDWARD CRADDOCK; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education, DAUGETTE, ALBURTA MARTIN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Al- pha Gamma Delta. DAUGHERTY, STEVEN G.; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi ness Administration. DAUSSM AN, JUDITH ANN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Home Economics. DAVENPORT, SALLY LOUISE; (Fr,); St. Petersburg, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. DAVIDSON, BARBARA ANN; (Soph.); Quincy, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. DAVIDSON, JAMES VANCE; (Jr.); Decatur; Commerce and Business Administration. DAVIDSON, JOHN BRYAN; (Jr. i; Crestview, Florida; Engineering; Pi Kappa Phi. DAVIDSON. STEPHEN SHELTON; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Education; Beta Theta Pi. DAVIES, NANCY HELEN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. DAVIS, CAROL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. DAVIS, CHARLES ALTON; (Soph.); CarroUton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. DAVIS, CHARLES WILSON; (Jr. i; Cleveland, Massachusetts; Engi- neering; Phi Sigma Kappa. DAVIS, DONNA GAYLE; ( Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. DAVIS, DORIS BEVERLY; (Jr,); Selma; Home Economics. DAVIS, GAY NELLE; (Jr. i; Greensboro, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. DAVIS, JAMES A., Ill; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. DAVIS, JERRY WAYNE; (Jr. j; Tuscaloosa; Engineering. DAVIS, JOHN HUDSON; (Fr. i; Lawndsboro; Engineering; Sigma Nu. DAVIS, JOSEPH LEE, III; (Jr.); Thomasville; Commerce and Business Administration. DAVIS, JUDY DIANNE; (Fr.); Delta; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. DAVIS. LINDA JEAN; (Fr. i; Cherokee; Education. DAVIS. MAX RED; (Soph.i; Northport; Engineering. DAVIS. MICHAEL ALAN; (Fr. i; Little Rock, Arkansas; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. DAVIS, NELDA VENON; (Soph. ); Satsuma; Education. DAVIS. NORMA K.; (Jr.); Thomasville; Education. DAVIS. ROBERT E.; (Soph); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. DAVIS. RONALD LEE; (Soph.); Kennedy; Education. DAVIS. SAMUEL ALPHONSO. Ill; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DAVIS. STEPHEN NEAL; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. DAVIS. STEVEN BRENT; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. DAVIS. THOMAS GARY; (Fr); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. DAVIS. WILLIAM ANTHONY; (Soph.i; Talladega; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. DAVISON. ROBERT JAMES; (Jr.); CoatesviUe. Pennsylvania; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. DAWSON. MARTHA ANNE; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. DAWSON, TERRY L.; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences, 509 Undergraduates f t r ijk ▲ ' DA ' , LARRY ARLIN; (Soph, i; Hanceville; Commerce and Business Administration. DAY, VIRGINIA BRAGG; (Jr.); Moulton; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. DEAN, BILLY JOE; (Soph,); Hanceville; Education, DEARMAN, DONNA CHARLES; (Jr,); Arts and Sciences; Akron; Delta Delta Delta, DEAS, BEVERLY ANN; (Jr,); Jackson; Education; Alpha Chi Omega, DEAVOURS, ANITA; (Soph.); Greensboro; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta, DEBOY, CAROLYN ELIZABETH; (Fr,); Lakeland, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. DEES, SARAH DELANE; (Soph.); Evergreen; Home Economics. DEGRAFFENRIED, WILLIAM RYAN. JR.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. DEHANNEY, LUCRECIA ANN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. DEJARNETT, GRISELDA DYKE; (Jr,); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences, DEJARNETTE, HUGH MALCOLM; (Fr.); Springfield, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. DELACRUZ, DAVID RODNEY, III; (Fr, i; Rantoul, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. DELK, SHERR ' KA ' E; iSoph,); Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Zeta Tau Alpha, DENBOER, LINDA EVLYN; (Fr,); Sheffield; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. DENDY, MICHELLE DENISE; ( Fr,); Two Egg, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega, DEND •, RONALD WALKER; (Jr, ); Albertville; Commerce and Busi- ness Ai,]ministration; Pi Kappa Alpha, DENMARK, RAYMOND HUGHES, JR,; (Soph,i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences, DENNIS, BENJAMIN DERRIL; (Fr,); Guin; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi, DENNIS, MARTHA DIANNE; (Soph,i; Maplesville; Home Econom- ics. DENTON. CYNTHIA; (Fr, ); Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta, DENTON, DONA ANN; (Soph,); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega, DEPASS, EVELYN CAROLE; (Jr,); Dothan; Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi, DEPPENSMITH, DONALD LYNN; (Jr,i; Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences, DESHAZO. DAVID COLEMAN; (Fr. ); Jackson; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma, DESLATTES, DOUGLAS LEE; (Fr, ); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi, DESROCHERS, JAMES M,; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DESROCHERS, JOHN M ; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. DE YOUNG, ROBERT LEE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. DIAMOND, BENEDICT JOSEPH; (Jr,); Mobile; Commerceand Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu, DICE, MARY ELESHEA; (Fri; Jacksonville; Home Economics, DICHIARA. PETER MICHAEL; (Fni; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi, DICK, CHARLES JOSEPH; (Fr.i; Brentwood. New York; Arts and Sciences Acacia, DICKINSON. BLANCHE MARIE; (Fr,); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. DICKINSON. PATRICIA GAIL; (Soph,); Bucks; Home Economics, DICKS, ALICE ANN; (Soph,); Linden. Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta, DIENSTFREI, JUDY ELAINE; (Fr,); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Chi Omega, DILBECK, VERNON THOMAS; (Fr,); Scottsboro; Engineering, DILL. REBECCA JEAN; (Soph,); Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, DILLARD, BRUCE LEE; (Fr, ); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. DILLARD. DALE NORMAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. DILLARD. GARY AMON; (Jr.); Colombus. Georgia; Chemistry; Phi Kappa Psi. DILLARD. ROBERT R.; (Jr. i; Commerce and Business Administration. DILLON. ANN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. DINNING. PAULA EDITH; (Soph.); Demopolis; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. DINWIDDIE. LAURA LEE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. DINWIDDIE. MABEL; (Jr.); Greensboro; Arts and Sciences. DIPIAZZA. ANTHONY JOSEPH; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. DIPIAZZA, SAMUEL ANTHONY. JR.; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences, DIXON, BENNIE ROY; (Fr,); Thomasville; Arts and Sciences, 510 Undergraduates DIXON, GREGORY ARTHUR; (Soph.i; Muimi, Florida; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. DOBBINS. CAROLYN ROGERS; (Soph.); ' Birmingham; Education. DOBBS, FORREST MILTON; i Soph.i; Fairfield; Arts and Sciences. DOBLIN, NEAL C; (Fr.); Selma; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Phi Epsilon Pi. DOBSON, JAMES WILLIAM, JR.; i Fr. i; Dothan; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. DOBSON, JOHN JOSEPH; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. DOCKE RTY, KENNETH WADE; iSoph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. DODD, JANICE SHERYL; iFr.); Gwin; Arts and Sciences. DODD, RONALD HOPE; (Soph.); Semmes; Arts and Sciences. DOERING, CAROL ANNE; (Fr. i; Foley; Arts and Sciences. DOGGETTE, LARRY MAX; (Jr.); Toxey; Engineering. DOMINICK, DELORES DERONE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. DOMINICK, SUSAN CANON; (Fr.i; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DOMIT, PATRICIA NELL; i Fr. ;; Birmingham; Home Economics. DONAHOO. CASSANDRA LAVERNE; (Fr.i; Fairfield Highlands; Arts and Sciences. DONAHOO, SHERRY; (Soph.i; Harsville; Home Economics. DONAHUE, PATRICEA EWELL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. DONALD, JOHN WATSON; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DONALD, LUCY FRAZIER; (Jr.); Millbrook; Arts and Sciences. DONALD, MARIE MELTON; (Fr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DONALD, WILLIAM BROOKS; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DONALDSON, MARTHA SUSAN; (Jr.); Opp; Arts and Sciences. DONNELLY, KATHY L.; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. DOOLEY, JOHNNIE DIANNE; (Fr.); Vernon; Education. DOOLITTLE. SANDRA ALLEN; (Fr.); Prattville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. DORLON, HARRY P., JR.; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DORLON, KATHRYN SHERARD; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Al- pha Gamma Delta. DORMAN, ANDREW RUSSELL; iSoph.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. DORMAN, MICHAEL E.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. DORRIS, BITSY; (Jr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Delta Delta Delta. DORSEY, CAROLE ANN; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. DOSS, LAURA DIANNA; (Soph.); Education; Hartselle; Chi Omega. DOUGHTY, THOMAS EDWARD; (Soph. ); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. DOUGLAS, SUSAN DIANNE; (Soph.); Falksville; Nursing. DOULASS, DONALD GRIFFIN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. DOWNING, JON WHITNEY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. DOWNS, BERNARD BOOZER, JR.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DOYLE, JAMES PATRICK; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. DOYLE, LYNETTE ANN; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. DOZIER, CAROL DIANNE; (Jr.); Education. DRAKE, JEFFREY PAUL; (Fr.i; Dayton. Ohio; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. DREHER, ALAN JULIAN; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. DRENNEN, ORLEAN TRESSLAR; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. DRIVER, DIANE MARIE; (Soph.); Gordo; Commerce and Business Administration. DRUMMOND, GEORGE D.; (Jr.); Picayune, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. DUBOSE, JAMES MICHAEL; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. DUBOSE, RITA GAY; (Soph.); Northport; Arts and Sciences. DUBOSE, TERRY PHILLIP; (Fr.); Brewton; Commerce and Business Administration. DUCK, RONALD WILLIAM; ( Jr i; Seneca Falls, New York; Engineer- ing. DUCKWORTH, SUSAN JANE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. 511 Undergraduates DUFFEE. CECIL GRAVLEE, III; iFr.); Dadevilk-; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Delta Theta. DUFFEY, MARY LORENE; ijr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences- Pi Beta Phi. DUGGAR. ROGER SHERMAN; (Jr.); Haleyville; Arts and Sciences. DUGINS, BESS SLOSS; (Soph. ); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DUKE, PATRICIA GAIL; {Jr.;; Mobile; Education. DULANEY, LINDA GAIL; (Fr.l; Houston, Texas; Education; Phi Mu. DUMAS, JAMES H., JR.; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. DUMONT, DAN N.; iFr. i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DUNAGAN. PATRIC EDWARD; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. DUNCAN, CAROLYN EULA; ijr.i; Northport; Education; Delta Gamma. DUNCAN, PAMELA ELAINE; (Fr.i; Hartselle; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. DUNHAM, ELIZABETH ROSE; (Soph.i; Union Springs; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Gamma Delta. DUNHAM, JONES JOSEPH; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. DUNION, THOMAS VAN; iFr. ); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. DLINN, JO; iSoph. l; Troy; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi. DUNN, JOHNNY FLOYD; (Jr,r, Raanoke; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta, DUNN, MARSHA; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. DUNN, SUZANNE; iSoph. i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. DUNSTON, WILLIAM DAVID; iJr.i; Oxford; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. DL!PRE, CHARLES WILSON; ijr. i; Frogmore, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DURALL, ROBERT MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Daleville; Commerce and Business Administration. DURANT, MARY CHARLOTTE; (Soph. );MobiIe; Home Economics; Alpha Omicron Pi. DURANT, VAN DIXON; iFr. i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Tau Delta. DUREN, FRANCES CAROL; i Fr. i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. DUREN, RODNEY PRESTON; (Fr.i; Tuscaloo.sa, Commerce and Business Administration. DURNAK, TLRR ' ALICE; ( Fr i; Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. DuTEIL, SUSAN MAXWELL; ijr.i; Kailua, Hawaii; Education; Kappa Delta. DUTT, KATHLEEN LOUISE; (Fr.i; Lexington, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. DUVAL, DAVID PHILIP; ijr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. DUVAL, FRANK CARLOS; iFr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. DUVARDO, MARILYN KAY; (Soph.i; Sparta, Illinois; Arts and Sci- ences. DYAR, REBECCA ANNE; iJr.i; Arab; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. EADY, JAMES CLIFTON, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. EALY, ANITA JOY; (Jr.); New Hope; Commerce and Business Admin istration. EARLE " ) ' , TONI KAY; iFr.); Huntsville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. EARWOOD, EDDY GLENN; (Soph.); Joppa; Arts and Sciences. EASON, CAROLYN ANN; ( Fr.i; Fayette; Education. ECHOLS. SARA GWATHMEY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Chi Omega. ECKLES, LENORE LEIGH; (Soph, i; Hopkinsville, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. EDDINGS, PHIL; ( Fr. ); Dalton, Georgia; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. EDGAR, GINGER MARIE; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. EDGELL, ANNIAS WAITMAN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. EDWARDS, ANDREW GAY; (Fr.); Holt; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. EDWARDS, JEAN MARIE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omeya. EDWARDS, LINDA GALE; (Jr.); Tifton, Georgia; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. EDWARDS, PAULA ALICE; (Fr.); Dothan; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. EDWARDS, RUTH ANN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. EFFINGER, ANNIE BELL; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. EILAND, REBECCA; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. EILERMAN, LYNDA LYNNE; (Fr. ); Huntsville; Home Economics; Phi Mu. 5)2 ELISIUS, STEVE PAUL; iFr.i; Glenvicw, Illinois; Commc-rcL- and Busi- ness Administration; Acacia. ELKINS. GEORGE; (Soph, i; Jasper; Education. ELKOURIE, PAUL; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Engineering. ELLENBERG, TERRY RUTH; (Fr.i; Cleveland. Tennessee; Home Eco- nomics. ELLIOTT, CHARLES; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. ELLIOTT. JAMES WILLIAM. JR.; (Fr.i; Spanish Fort; Engineering; Acacia. ELLIOTT. LEN ' ORA JANE; i Jr. i; Jasper; Education; Chi Omega. ELLIOTT, MAR ' S ' lOSINE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. ELLIS, BARBARA " ANNETTA; iFni; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. ELLIS, FRANK DOUGLAS; (Soph.i; McComb, Mississippi; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. ELLIS, JOHN VICTOR; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. ELLIS, MARX ' IN LUCENE; (Er. i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences, ELLIS, ivn ' RA JO; iSoph. i; Birmingham; Education. ELLISON. JAMES; (Soph.); Sumiton; Arts and Sciences. ELLISON, JEAN ARDELLE; iSoph.i; Winter Haven, Florida; Hume Economics; Alpha Delta Pi. ELLISON, LINDA ANNE; (Jr,); Sumiton; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. ELLISON, RITA GAVLE; iSoph. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. ELMORE, DA ' 1D LEE; (Soph.); Gordo; Engineering. ELMORE, MANDERSON RALPH; iSoph.i; Gordo; Arts and Sciences. ELROD. JANICE FAYE; (Fr. i; Horton; Home Economics. ELROD, LOLA PATRICIA; (Jr,i; Bryans Road, Maryland; Education. ELROD, WILLIAM; (Soph, i; York; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Delta Tau Delta. EMBLOM, ROBERT GEORGE; (Fr. i; Tuscahjosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. EMERSON, ELEANOR STUART; (Soph.i; Anniston; Arts and Sci- ences; Chi Omega. ENFINGER, BEVERLY LYNN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Education. ENGELBERG, DALE ELAINE; (Soph.i; Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. ENGELMAN. CATHERINE ANNE; (Fr. i; Elberta; Arts and Sciences. ENGLAND, MERRIE DENHAM; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. ENGLISH. CHER ■L; iSoph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. ENGLISH, EDWARD ALLEN; ( Fr,); Birmingham; Engineering. ENNIS, ROBERT LARRY; (Fr,); Harvest; Engineering. EPPERSON, JANICE GAYLE; (Fr,); Foley; Arts and Sciences; K.ippa Alpha Theta. ERDBERG, JOE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Epsilon Pi. ERIKSEN, PETER ALLEN; (Fr. i; Syosset, New York; Commerce and Business Administration. ERWIN. LAWRENCE DAVIS, JR.; ijr. i; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration. ESPY, COLLIER; (Fr,); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administra- tion; Sigma Nu. ESSMAN, MARY CHARLES; (Fr.); Bessemer; Ar ts and Sciences. ESTES, EMILY RUTH; iFr.); Oneonta; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. ESTES, KAREN JOYCE; (Jr.); Attalla; Education. ETHEREDGE, DEBORAH KAYE; (Fr.); Jackson; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. EUBANKS, MARGARET RUTH; (Fr.i; Birmip,gh,im; Education. EUBANKS, ROBERT GLENN; ijr. i; Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. EVANS, CHARLES ED ' ARD; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. EVANS, MARY BETH; (Fr.i; Decatur; Education; Chi Omega. EVANS, GAR ' ; i Jr. i; Chickasaw; Arts and Sciences. EVANS, GEORGE; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. EVANS, LARRY iMICHAEL; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering. EVANS, MARY CHRISTINE; (Jr.); Dothan; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. EVANS, SHARREL ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Brilliant; Education. EVANS, ROBERT; ( Fr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. Undergraduates . M n? i , k 513 Undergraduates EVANS. SYBIL ELAINE; (Jr.); Tamp a, Florida; Education; Phi Mu. EVANS, STEPHANIE ANN; (Fr. ); Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alph.i EVERS, MOLLY ANNE; (Soph, i; Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Delta Delta Delta. EZELL, ROY HEARN. JR.; (Jr.); Butler; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Pi Kappa Phi. !|. FAISON, SARA ANN; (Soph.); Brewton; Education. FAKLNER, TERRY JUAN; (Jr.); Columbiana; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. FAMBROUGH, MICHAEL GLENN; (Soph.); Pell City; Home Eco- nomics; Sigma Phi Epsilon. FANNIN, JO; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. FARGASON, CRAYTON CLAUDE, III; (Jr.); Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. I FARLOW,MARGRETHOOD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. FARMER, ALICE KAY; (Fr. i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. FARMER, FRED R ; (Fr.i; Talladega; Engineering. FARR. WILLIAM THOMAS; i Fr. .; Birmingham; Education. FARRIOR, JAMES HARVEY; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. FARRIS, PAMELA ANN; (Soph.); Knoxville, Tennessee; Artsand Sci- ences; Alpha Delta Pi. FAUCETT, AMBURS MILTON, JR.; ( Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. FAUCETT, RACHEL ANITA; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. FAULKNER, CRESA; (Jr.i; Athens; Education. FEAZEL, CAROLYN FRANCES; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics; Phi Mu. FEIGLEY. GEORGE WILLIAM; (Soph.i; Athens; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. FEINBERG, JOYCE HELENE; (Soph.); Opelika; Education. FEINSTEIN, FRANCES RENEE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. FELDMAN, CHARLES SAMUEL; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Beta Tau. FELTMAN, BRENDA CAROL; (Jr.); Hamilton; Education. FERGUSON, DARRY ALLEN; (Soph.); Athens; Engineering. FERGUSON, LISA GRACE; (Fr.i; Dallas, Texas; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. FERGUSON, MARY JANE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. FERGUSON, RICHARD LEON; (Jr.i; Ft. Payne; Education. FERLISl, ANGELO MICHAEL; ( Fr. i, Birmingham; Engineering. FERRY, DEBORAH JEAN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Education. FIELD, WILLIAM N., JR.; ( Soph.i; Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. FIELDS, BARBARA ANN; (Jr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. FIELDS, LINDA JANE; (Fr.i; Talladega; Education. FIEVET, CAROLYN E.; (Fr.i; Mountain Brook; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. FIKES, JERRY ANDREW; (Soph.i; Winfield; Arts and Sciences; Sig- ma Phi Epsilon. FILES, DEGAR JAMES, JR.; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. FILES, JOLIETTE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. FILES, SHIRLEY DEAN; ( Jr. ); Berry; Education. FINCH. ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. FINCH, PEGGY PRATT; ijr. i; Tuscaloosa; Education. FINCH, SUSAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. FINDLAY, JOHN DAVID. JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. FINDLAY, WILLIAM DAVID; (Soph.i; Fairfield Highlands; Arts and Sciences. FINK, PAULA JEAN; ijr. i; West Palm Beach, Florida; Education; Sig- ma Delta Tau. FINKEL, JEFFRY MOORE; (Soph.); Westbury, New York; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. FINLEY, BRUCE C, JR.; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. FINLEY, JAMES, DAVID; (Jr.); Miami, Florida; Engineering; Pi Kappa Phi. FINN, LORIN GAYE; (Jr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. FINNAN, BRIAN G.; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. FINNEY, MARY JANE; (Fr. ); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 514 FINOCCHIO. MARGARET R.; (Fr. i; Bessemer; Commerce anJ Busi- ness Administration. FISHBEIN. CASSIE GWEN; iFr. i; Sipscy Swamp; EJutatmn; Delta Pill Epsilcjn. FlSHWltK, DIANA BERNADETTE; ijr. i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu- FITTS, ANN EVERINGHAM; ijr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. FITZGERALD. BILLY RAY; ijr. i; Sheffield; Education. FITZPATRICK, BONNIE; iFr. i; Sipsey Swamp; Arts and Sciences. FLANAGAN, CAROLYN FRANCES; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Chi Omesa. FLEMING, ANNEMARIE; (Soph, i; Geneva; Education; Delta Gamma. FLEMING, Cl ' NTHIA; iFr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. FLEMING, LINDA FAYE; (Soph, i; Grove Hill; Arts and Sciences. FLETCHER, THOMAS STEPHEN; i Soph, i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. FLOWERS, GROVER MARSHALL; ( Jr. »; Ozark; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. FLOWERS, RONALD WAYNE; (Fr,i; Castro, Texas; Engineering; Theta Chi. FLO ' i ' D, BONNIE KAY; (Fr. ); East Point, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. FLOYD. CATHERINE GENEVA; (Soph.i; Ft. Payne; Nursing. FLOYD, JO ELLEN; (Fr. i; Graysville; Arts and Sciences. FLOYD, MARY ELIZABETH; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. FLYNT, LYNDA LEIGH; iFr. i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. FOG ARTY, SARAH LEE; (Soph, i; Prattvillc; Education. FOLKERTS, JANICE F.; (Soph, i; Columbus. Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences. FOLLOWILL, DAVID FREDERICK; (Soph.i; Enterprise; Engineer- ing; Theta Xi. FOLLOWILL, RICHARD ALLAN; (Jr. i; Enterprise; Engineering; Theta Xi. FOLMAR, LARRY WAYNE; (Fr. i; Bay Minette; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon, FOOSE, BENJAMIN M.. Ill; ijr. i; Princeton, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. FOOSE, SARA; (Jr. i; Jackson, Mississippi; Education; Chi Omega. FORD, FRANK NELSON; (Jr. i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. FORD, JAMES IRVING, III; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. FORD, JERRY; (Soph.i; Muscle Shoals; Engineering. FORD, MARGARET GAIL; (Jr. i; Selma; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. FORD, ROBERT HUNTER; (Soph. ; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. FORD, SANDRA JANE; (Jr.i; Philcampbell; Education. FORD, SANDRA VERNETTA; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. FORD, VICKl LEIGH; (Fr. i; Germantown, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences. FORRER, COLLEEN; (Soph.); Fitzpatrick; Arts and Sciences. FORREST. VICTORIA; (Soph.i; Mobile; Education. FORRESTER. JOHN ESPY, JR.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Acacia. FORSYTHE, HERBERT; (Fr); Hueytown; Engineering. FORSYTH, MARY ALLEN; iFr.); Fayette; Education; Chi Omega. FORTNER, THOMAS MILFORD; (Fr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences. FOSTER, DENNIE COLLINS; (Soph.); New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering. FOLIST, RANDALL JAY; ( Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. FOUTS, THOMAS; (Soph. ); Brewton; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Phi Gamma Delta. FOWLER, BARBARA BENEDICT; (Jr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; K,ippa Kappa Gamma. FOWLER, MICHAEL COKER; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Beta Theta Pi. FOWLER. RANDOLPH MOTT; (Soph); Columbiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FOWLKES, HENRY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. FOWLKES. LEWIS JEFFERS; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. FOXWORTH. BERTHA SOPHIA; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. FRALEY. JENNIFER DENISE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. FRANK. LEANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Sigma Delta Tau. Undergraduates M ' f f7- d;MmhMik fil P» ' : S.! 515 Undergraduates • ft © • " ' R FRANKLIN, JOSEPH MICHAEL; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. FRANKLIN, MARTHA ANN; (Fr.); O Fallon, Illinois; Home Eco- nomics; Delta Zeta. FRANKLIN, SHARON LANETTE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. FRANZ, KEITH ALLEN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Engineering. FRAZER, KITT ' BIBB; (Fr.i; Selma; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. FREDERICK, CLAUDIA ANN; iSoph.j; Cleveland; Arts and Sci- ences. FREE, NANCY ELIZABETH; ijr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. FREEHLING, KERBV ALLAN; ijr. ); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. FREEMAN, JOHNELLE EARLENE; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. FRENCH, JOHN HECTOR, III; iSoph.i; Athens; Arts and Sciences. FREY, MARGARET SUZANNE; iFr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. FRIDAY, SANDRA LEE; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. FRIDA ■, WILLIAM CURTIS; (Jr.); Sylacauya; Arts and Sciences. FRIED, SHEILA RENNEE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. FRIED, STANLEY ' MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Atlministration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. FRIEDLANDER, GAIL RUTH; ( Fr. ); Montgomery; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon, FRIEDMAN, BARR ' ALLEN; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. FRIERSON. MARY ALICE; (Jr.); Birmini;h.im; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. FRIS, LINDA CONSTANCE; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. FRITZ, WOODIE; iFd; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. FROCKT, SANDEE ROSE; (Jr. i; Louisville, Kentucky; Home Eco- nomics; Sigma Delta Tau. FRY, ROBERT EDWARD, JR.; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Sigma. FRYE, LINDA SUE; ijr. ; Gadsden; Education. FRYE. MAR ' ! ' DELORISE; (Soph, i; Atmore; Home Economics. FREY, WILLIAM BRYANT; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Engineering. FL ' LLER, CARLA MAYE; (Fr, i; Eclectic; Arts and Sciences. FL QUA, JACK LEE; (Fr. i; Lineville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. FUST, HEIDI ELIZABETH; (Fd; Grand Island, New York; Arts and Sciences. GAFFORD, LINDA SUE; ijr.); Birmingham; Home Economics. GAILLARD, FANNY KNIGHT; (Jr. i; Monroeville; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. GAINER, GREG MARTIN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineering. GAINES, LARRY JOE; iFd; Weaver; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. GAINES, J. MARTIN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. GALLOWAY, ROBERT STANLEY; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. GALVIN, KATHLEEN PATRICIA; (Fr.); Pacific Palace, Calitornia; Education; Pi Beta Phi. GAMBLE, FREDERICK DEWITT; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. GAMBLE. IRIS PATRICIA; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Education. GAMBRELL, DEAN ALLAN; (Jr.); Birrningham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. GANN, DONALD F.; (Jr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. GANN, GERALD DWAYNE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. GANN, JANICE MARIE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. GANN, MARY CONDACE; (Fr); Birminyham; Education. GANTT. WAYNE DOUGLAS; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. GARDNER, DAVID MICHIEL; (Soph.); Childersburg; Arts and Sci- ences. GARDNER, DOROTHY JOAN; (Jr.); Thomasville; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, GARDNER, JULIAN WARREN, JR.; (Jr.); Columbus, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, GARDNER, NICKI DIANN; (Jr.); Louisville, Kentucky; Artsand Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. GARGIS, THOMAS L,; (Jr. i; Tuscumbia; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. GARGIS, WANDA MARIE; (Soph.i; Leighton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. GARGUS, GLENDA GALE; (Jr.); Oneonta; Commerce and Business Administration. 516 Undergraduates GARLAND. MARK VINCE; (Jr.); Enttrprisc; Arts and Sticnccs; Alpha Sii ma Phi. GARNER, JOSEPH SIDNEY. JR.; (Jr.); Alexandria; Virginia; Engi- necrint;. GARNER. ROSALIE GASSER; (Jr. i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. GARNER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN; (Jr.); Lipscomb; Engineering. GARNETT, OAKLEY WILLIAM; iFr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- GARRETT, GARY MICHAEL; iFr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. GARRETT. JAN PORTEREIELD; ijr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Seta Tau Alpha. GARRETT. LESLIE ANN; iFr.i; Mobile; Education; Phi Mu. GARRETT, REBECCA SUE; iSoph.j; Mobile; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. GARRETT, THOMAS DEWEY, JR.; iFr.i; Dadeville; Arts and Sci- ences; Lambda Chi Alpha. GARRIGAN. BRINDA CAIN; i Jr. i; Jasper; Arts and Sciences. GARRIGAN. TOMMY D.; ijr. i; Jasper; Education. GARRISON. JAMES RALPH, JR.; (Fr. i; Eutaula; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. GARRISON, MARY KATHRYN; iFr.); Birmingham; Education. GARRISON, THALIA; iFr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. GARY. EUGENIA PATTERSON; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Arts and Sci- ences. GARZAREK, ROBERT PATRICK; (Soph.); Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration. GASKIN, CHITA BEASLEY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. GASTON, CHARLES ASA; (Jr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. GASTON, SAM WALLACE; (Fr.i; Starkville, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration. GATES, CAROLYN CORNELIA; (Jr.); Athens; Education; Phi Mu. GATTMAN, JAMES ANTHONY; (Soph, i; Florence; Engineering. GAULt:)IN, MICKEY GREGORY; (Soph.i; Bynum; Engineering. GAUS. ELIZABETH I; ( Fr. i; Decatur; Arts and Sciences. GAUS, KATHRYN SUE; (Jr.i; Decatur; Arts and Sciences. GAUBERT, LEONISE MARY; (Fr.); New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. GAUTNEY. MICKEY ' ; (Fr. i; Lockhart; Commerce and Business Ad ministration. GAVANT. HARVEY RICHARD; (Fr.i; Jackson. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. GAVHART. DEBORAH GRACE; (Jr.); Aiken. South Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. GEISE. WILLIAM BRICE; (Soph.i, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. GENTLE, JANIS FAY; (Fr. ); Scottsboro; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. GENTLE. SUSAN KAY; (Jr.); Scottsboro; Education; Delta Gamma. GEORGE, BEN JAY; (Soph.); Aoger; Engineering. GEORGE, KENNETH LEE; (Fr. ); Houston, Texas; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. GEORGE, NANCY DAWSON; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. GERICK. KRISTIN CARLETON; (Fr. i; Nashville; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. GIBB, BARRY L.; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. GIBIAN.JOAN; (Jr.); Selma; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. GIBSON. ARTHUR LYNN; ijr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. GIBSON, JOHN ROBERT, i Soph.i; Sheffield; Engineering. GIBSON, LINDA LUCILE; (Fri; Raleigh. North Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. GIBSON. MARILYN GLADYS; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. GIBSON. PAM; (Fr.); Rainsville; Arts and Sciences. GIBSON, SUSAN FRANCES; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. GIDDENS, PAMELA MEREDITH; (Fr, ); Orlando, Florida; Education; Delta Zeta. GILBERT. BARBARA ELLEN; (Soph.); Leroy; Arts and Sciences. GILBERT, GREGORY WILLIAM; (Soph.); York; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. GILBERT, LAURA LEE; i Soph.i; Atlanta, Georgia; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. GILBERT. STEPHEN FRANCIS; (Jr.); Fairfield; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. GILCHRIST, EDMOND A.; (Jr.); Cordova; Education. 517 Undergraduates p i ' j J - Wr ' - k i Jh e p " ■ . , , J.- - . GILCHRIST. RONNIE LEE; (Fr. i; Florence; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. GILL. ANITA JOYCE; (Fr.); Decatur; Education. GILLESPIE. THOMAS DAVID, JR.; (Jr.); Tazewell. Virginia; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. GILLE ' . TOMM ' i ' NEIL; (Fr. ); Cullman; Commerce and Business Administration. GILLIAM, RICHARD HOLLAND; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. GILLIAM, WANDA C; ( Soph, i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. GILLIS, TERR ■ DEMOND; iFr. i; Brewton; Commerce and Business Administration; Siijma Nu. GILMORE, JANICE LOUISE; Fr.i; Birmingham; Education; Delta Gamma. GI ' ORNS. LOYCE MARIE; (Soph.); Lanett; Arts and Sciences. GLASS, ROBERT F JR.; (Soph.i; Pleasant Gove; Commerce and Busi- ness Administrati(jn. GLASSCOCK, GORDON OKLEY; (Soph. ); Florence; Commerce and Business Administration. GLASSCOCK, GREY RICK; (Fr. i; Maplesville; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. GLASSON, GREGORY; i Fr. ); Coral Gables, Florida; Arts and Sciences. GLEISBERG, JAMES WILLIAM; ( Jr. ); Tuscaloosa; Education. GLENN, JULE CHRISTIE; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. GLENZ. SUSAN MARLYN; (Fr.); Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. GLO ' ER, JHRR ' l ' RONALD; (Jr. i; Ozark; Commerce and Business .Ailministration; Kappa Sigma. GLO ' ER. MADOLYN CAMILLE; (Jr. i; Memphis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. GODBOLD, LEONARD WILLIAM; (Jr.); Anniston; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. GODWIN, ROBERT EARL; Jr. i; Sheffield; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. GOEHLER, HELEN LEE; - Fr. i; Athens; Education. GOGGANS. MARTHA JANE; (Jr. i; Hamilton; Arts and Sciences. GOINS, MARILYN JUANICE; ijr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. GOLDMAN, LINDA KATE; (Jr. i; Ocala. Florida; Commerce and Busi ness Administration; Pi Beta Phi. GOLDSTEIN, DAVID J.; ( Soph. (; Tuscaloosa; Commerce inA Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. GOLINSKY. WILLIAM ALEC; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau. GOLSON, GAR " ! ' RICHARD; ( Fr. .; Prattville; Arts and Sciences; Aca- cia. GOODE, ALAN HAROLD; i Jr. (; Tuscaloosa; Engineering. GOtODLING, HALLIE MAJURE; (Soph.i; Meridian, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Mu. GOODMAN, PATRICIA LEE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. GOODRUM, JOHN CORNELIUS; (Fd; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Aviministration; Sigma Chi. GOODSON, ELLIS YOUNG; (Jr. r Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Sigma Pi. GOODWIN. BENN ' l ' H.; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Commerce and Business .■ dministration; Phi Gamma Delta. GOODWIN, ROBERT EDWIN, III; (Fr.); Huntsville; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. GOODWYN, JANIT LEIGH; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. GOODWYN, SUSAN A,; ijr. i; Montgomery; Home Economics; Del- ta Delta Delta. GORDON, FREDA DAREN(Soph. i; Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. GORDON, GARY MICHAEL; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. GOSSETT, GLENN AUGUSTUS; ( Fr.); Mobile; Chemistry. GOTTHELF, WILLIAM ALLAN; (Soph.); Jackson, Miss; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. GOULD. ROBERT HEYWARD; ( Soph.); Selma; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. GRACE. GARY KENDALL, (Soph.); Huntsville; Engineering; Theta Chi. GRADY. SYDNEY LYNN; i Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. GRAHAiNL DANNY EDWARD; (Soph.i; Brundidge; Arts and Sci- ences. GRAHAM, GARY; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineering. GRAHAM. JUDITH DENISE; (Soph.); Decatur; Education. GRAINGER, RODNEY LEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. GRANGER. KENNETH EDWIN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Beta Theta Pi. GRAND, CAMILLE MORAN; (Fr.); Theodore; Arts and Sciences. GRANT, CLAIR; (Fr. ); Dozier; Arts and Sciences. 518 GRANT, WILLIAM HENRY; i Jr. i; Smiths; Arts .ind Scicncts. GRANTHAM. ROGER DALE; (Jr.); Georgianj; Education. GRAX ' ES. CHARLES DUDLEY; (Fr.); Birmmgh.im; Arts and Sci- ences. GRAVES, FA YE SUSANNE; iSoph.i; Gadsden; Education; K.ippa Kappa Gamma. GRAVES. MAR ■ EMMA; ( Fr. i; Warrior; Arts and Sciences. GRAVES. RODNEY ' REECE; ijr.j; Killen; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. GRAVES, SAMUEL PATTON HAND; iSoph.i; DemopoHs; Com- merce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. GRA ' LEE. ROSANNE; iSoph.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. GRAX ' LEE. TERESA ANN; iSoph.i; Gardendale; Education. GRAY, GLENN RAY; (Jr.); BlountsviUe; Engineering. GRAY, JAMES ALBERT, JR.; (Jr.); Sheffield; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. GRAY. KATHERINE ALLENSWORTH; (Jr. i; Ellemont; Education. GRAY, KENNETH DAX ' ID; (Fr. i; East Point, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. GRAY, LILLIAN REBECCA; iSoph.i; Elkmont; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. GRAY, SUSAN PARRISH; iSoph.); Cupertino. California; Educa- tion, GRAZE, RHONDA L " l ' NN; (Soph. i; Birmingham; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. GRAVES, TYSON RADFORD; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. GREEN, CHARLES HARR ' ; iFr. i; Hamilton; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. GREEN, JOHN WILLIAM. Ill; (Jr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. GREEN, RALPH M.; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Delta Theta. GREEN, SUSAN AMELIA; (Soph.;; Halevville; Home Economics. GREEN. SUSAN KIRBY; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. GREENE. RICHARD JAMES; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. GREENLEE. KAREN FAYE; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. GREENLEE, TOMMIE HAYDEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. GREENOUGH, KRISTIN ANNE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. GREENWOOD, CHERYL ELETHIA; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sci- ences. GREER, FRANCES ANN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa .Alpha Theta. GREER, JANICE WHEELER; ( Fr. i; Mobile; Education; Kappa Delta. GREFE, BARBARA ANN; iFr.i; Moorestown; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. GREGORY. ROBERT EDWARD; (Soph.i; Virginia Beach. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. GREGORY, WlLLfAM RUSSELL; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. GREGC RY. WILLIAM STANLEY; (Soph.); Blacksburg, Virginia; Commerce and Business Administration. GRESHAM, DAVID ROSS; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering. GRESHAiM. ELLEN WALLING; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; K.ippa Alpha Theta. GRESHAM. RHONDA JEAN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences. GRE ' l ' . GREGORY ALAN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. GRIER, ANNE MASLIN; (Soph.); Arlington. ' irginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. GRIER. MARCIA ANN; (Jr.); Charlotte. North Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. GRIFFIN. BEVERLY SUE, (Jr.); Evergreen; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. GRIFFIN. BILLY JOE; (Fr. ); Demopolis; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. GRIFFIN, DAVID GRAHAM; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. GRIFFIN. JOHN THOMAS; (Jr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. GRIFFIN. LILA ANNE; ijr.i; Alexander City; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. GRIFFIN. LINDA ARLEEN; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. GRIFFIN. MICHAEL GARY; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. GRIFFIN, PAMELA ANN; (Fr.i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. GRIFFIN, RAYMOND C. JR.; ijr.i; Greensboro; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GRIFFIN, SALLY MAY; (Fr.); West Point, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. GRIFFITH, CHARLES JERRY; (Fr.i; Fairhope; Commerce and Bust- ness Administration. 519 Undergraduates O P Q Q GRIFFITHS, STEPHANIE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. GRIMMETT, MANCY CLAIRE; (Frj; Pleasant Grove; Arts ami SLiences. GRINE " ! ' , SHARON ANN; (Soph.:; Fort Bclvoir, Virjiinia; Home EcontjmRS. GRISHMAN, MILTON CHALRES; (Soph.); Biloxi, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. GROSS, ELLEN VERNA; iFr. i; New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. GROSS, PATRICIA; iFr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Ome- ga- GROVER, JOEL MELVIN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. GROVES, JAMES CARLOS; (Soph); Louisville, Kentucky; Engineer- ing. GUARINO, JOSEPH A.; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. GUERARD, MARGARET PALMER; (Fr. i; Marion; Home Econom- ics; Zeta Tau Alpha. GUIN, CAROL KAY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. GLJIN, EMMA KAY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Chi Ome- ga. GULAS, THEODORE CONSTANTINE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Com- merce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. GULLO, CATHERINE ANN; (Jr. ); Birmingham; Education. GUNN, MAR ■ ELLIOTT; (Fr.); Birniingh.im; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. GUNSELMAN, CHARLES HOWARD; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineer- ing. GUNTER, GUY FLEMING, III; ijr.); Opelika; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. GUNTER, JEREL BURTON; (Fr.); Phcnix City; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. GUNTER, SANDRA GAIL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omeua. GUNTER, VIRGINIA RANDALL; (Jr.i; Sylacauga; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. GUNTHER, KENNETH ROBERT; (Fr. i; Mobile; Engineering. GUTHERV, ROSEMARY; (Fr.i; Vinemont; Education. GUTHERY, STEPHEN RAY; (Soph.); Vinemont; Education. GL ' THRIE, TERR ■ JACKSON; (Fr.i; Prichard; Education. HABSHE ' . JOHN A.; (Jr. ; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HABSHEY, LINDA KATHLEEN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education. HACKNEY, SUSAN ANNETTE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. HAEDICKE, GEORGE JOSEPH; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alpha. HAGEN, GLENN WILLIAM; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. HAGER, RUSSELL STEVENSON; (Soph.); Jasper; Engineering; Sig- ma Nu. HAGGSTROM, GERALD DONALD; (Jr.); Kankakee, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. HAGOOD, VIRGINIA; (Soph.); Moulton; Arts and Sciences. HAIG, ANDREA GAIL; (Jr.); Reno, Nevada; Arts and Sciences. HAIGH, SANDRA GULDBERG; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. HAIAISOHN, SUSAN HAAS; (Soph.); Memphis. Tennessee; Educa- tion; Sigma Delta Tau. HALE, CONSTANCE SIBYL; (Jr.;; Anniston; Education; Chi Ome- ga- HALEY, JOSEPH, 111; (Fr.i; York; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. HALL, CAROLYN CHRISTINE; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. HALL, CLAIRE LYNN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. HALL, JOHNNY; (Fr.i; Butler; Commerce and Business Administra- tion. HALL, MARVIN DONALD; (Jr.); Camden; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. HALL, MARY EVELYN; (Jr.); St. Petersburg, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. HALL, PATRICIA LYNN; (Fr.i; Wetumpka; Arts and Sciences. HALL. ROGER LEE; (Soph.); Crestview, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. HALLMAN, ROBERT LEE; (Jr. i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. HALLMARK, KATIE HOPE; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. HALSEY, ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Delta. HAMIL, JL ' D " ! ' KAY; (Fr. ); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Beta Phi. HAMILTON, BETTY CLAIRE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Chi Omega. HAMILTON, CAROLYN ANN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Chi Omega. 520 Undergraduates HAMILTON, DAVID RONALD; ijr.i; Huiitsvillc; Commerce and Business Administration. HAMILTON, DOROTH ■ JANE; (Jr.); Frisco City; Education; A! pha Chi Omega. HAMILTON, HELEN KATRINA; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Gamma Deha. HAMILTON, JENNY DELL; (Jr.i; Decatur, Georgia; Education; Pi Beta Phi. HAMITER, JOHN CECIL, JR.; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. HAMLETT, FLORENCE CONXTES; (Fr.); Orrville; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. HAMMOCK, ROY WILKS; (Fr.); Phenix City; Arts and Sciences; Sitima Alpha EpsiKjn. HAMMOND, GARY DAVID; (Soph.i; Reform; Arts and Sciences. HAMMOND, MELANIE GAIL; (Jr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. HAMMOND, SUSAN ELAINE: (Jr.); Lexington, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences. HAMN, ELIZABETH GAYLE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. HAMNER, BARBARA ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. HAMNER, MARJC RIE OLIVIA; (Soph.i; Northport; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. HAMPTON, JOHN B., JR.; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. HAMPSHIRE, MARY LOU; (Jr.); Mobile; Home Economics; Al- pha Gamma Delta. HAMRIC, BONARD WESLEY; (Jr.i; Birmingh,im; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. HAMRICK, GLEN RAY ' ; (Jr.); Los Angeles; Commerce and Busi- ness AdministratKjn; Sii ma Chi. HAMRY, GREGORY WADE; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. HANAN, RACHEL ROSE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Phi Epsilon. HANCOCK, CAROLYN MANETTE; (Jr.); Fairfax; Education. HANDLEY, ROGER JUAN; (Soph.); Berry; Arts and Sciences. HANDWERGER, RONALD HOWARD; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. HANES, REBECCA ANN; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. HANES, THOMAS BERNARD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. HANEY, MARY SUSAN; (Jr.i; Albertville; Education; Pi Beta Phi. HANE ' l ' , SUSAN KAY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. HANKS, MARSHA SUE; (Soph.); Monroe, Louisiana; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. HANLEY, NEIL LAWRENCE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Beta Theta Pi. HANN. DINAH; (Jr.i; Mr. Creek; Education. HANNERS, RUBY JUANITA; (Soph.;; Hartselle; Arts and Sci- ences. HANSON, ELIZABETH LYNN; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Education. HARBARGER, JOSEPH TERRELL; (Jr.); Bessemer; Education. HARBIN, JUDITH ANNE; (Jr.); Winfield; Education. HARDEMAN, LEE FRANCIS; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. HARDESTY, JANE NORRIS; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Delta Delta. HARDIN, EDWARD DENNIS; (Fr.); HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. HARDIN, HANS RUPERT; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. HARDIN, JANET LEE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. HARDIN, JOHN RUCKER; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. HARDING, JAMES A.; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. HARDING, PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.); Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Gamma. HARDWICK, KATHRYN EILEEN; (Soph.); Talladega; Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha. HARDY, ROBERT RAYMOND; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Phi Sigma Kappa. HARDY, SUZANNE ALLISON; (Soph.i; Hueytown; Arts and Sci- ences. HARGETT, WILLIAM GILBERT; (Soph.); Russellville; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. HARGRAVE, KARL DOUGLAS; (Soph.); Newport News, Virginia; Chemistry. HARGROVE, JOHNNY PICKENS; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. HARMON, ROBERT HUNTER, JR.; (Jr.i; Meridan, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. HARPER, BETSY JANET; (Jr.); Jackson; Arts and Sciences. HARPER, LARRY WILLIAM; (Fr.); Henagar; Engineering. 527 Undergraduates HARPER. SALLY C; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Home- Economics; Delta Delta Delta. HARPER, STEPHEN DOUGLAS; (Soph.i; Saugus, California; Arts and Sciences. HARRELL, DIANNE; (Fr.); Hueytown; Education. HARRELL, LINDA DELL; (Jr.); Elberta; Arts and Sciences. HARRELL, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR.; (Soph.i; Columbus, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. HARRIMAN, PATRICIA RUTH; (Jr.i; Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. HARRIS, BEAETTA; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, CAROL LVNETTE; i Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. HARRIS, ELMA ROCHELLE; (Soph.i; Livingston; Arts and Sciences. -. HARRIS, GAIL ELAINE; ( Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, IRIS VERMETTA; (Jr.); Jasper; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, JILL; (Soph.i; Tallassee; Education; Delta Delta Delta. HARRIS, JO ANN; (Jr. i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. HARRIS, JOHN ROBERT; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. HARRIS, JUDY LYNN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. HARRIS, LINDSEY LEWIS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. HARRIS. MAR " ' ELOISE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. HARRIS, MELBA IRIS; (Jr.); Cullman; Home Economics. HARRIS. NANCY KARLEE; (Fr.); Albertville; Education. HARRIS. NANCY MARIE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. HARRIS. PATSY COLEMAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. HARRIS. THERESA IRENE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. HARRIS. WILMA POWELL; (Soph, i; Beat rice; Education. HARRISON. BARBARA ANN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. HARRISON, BETTY JOAN; (Soph.); Talladega; Home Economics; Phi Mu. HARRISON, DIANNE FRANCES; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Gamma Delta. HARRISON, JAMES GOODLOE; (Jr.); Huntsvillc; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. HARRISON, PATS i ' JAY; (Jr.); Palmeiro, Florida; Education. HARRISON, RICKEY BUREN; (Soph.); Vernon; Engineering. HARRISON, SHARON ANNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. HARRY, ELEANOR VICTORIA; (Jr.i; Columbia, Mississippi; Ed- ucation; Delta Gamma. HART, DAVID RICHARD, JR.; (Soph.i; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Education. HARTE, ROBERT JAMES; (Soph.); Aiken, South Carolina; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. HARTLE " i ' , KAREN SUE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HARTLEY, ROBERT REED; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. HARTZOG, DANNY LARVE; (Fr.); Ariton; Arts and Sciences. HARTZOG, KENNETH DELTON; (Jr.); Clio; Arts and Sciences. HARVELL, BILL ' WAYNE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. HARVELL, PATRICIA GAYE; (Soph.i; Fairfield; Home Economics. HARVILL. XX ' ILLIAM MYATT, JR.; (Soph.); Home-wood; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. HASKINS, NANCY ELEANORE; (Fr.); Jacksonville; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. HASSINGER, DAVID SHIELD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. HASSINGER, RICHARD CHARLES, JR.; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Chi. HASSON, LEONARD S.; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. HASTY, RANDY LYNN; (Soph.); Guntersville; Commerce and Business Administration. HATAWAY, CLIFFORD JACKSON; (Soph.); Brundidge; Arts and Sciences; Theta XI. HATCH, MARIAN LINDLEY; (Jr.); New York, New York; Home Economics. HATTAWAY, JEROME MARVIN; (Jr.); Opp; Arts and Sciences. HATTON. WANDA ELAINE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. HAUGHTON, GINNY ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Gamma Delta. 522 Undergraduates HAUGHTON, PATSY ANNE; (Fr.); Doth.in; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. HAUN. ROBERT EARL. JR. (Fr.); Dora; Engineeritig. HAUPT, LAURA ELLEN; (Jr.i; Pensacola, FloriLk; Home Economics. HAWKINS, DOROTHY KAY; (Jr.j; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. HAWKINS, JANE SMITHSON; (Soph.i; Birmmgham; Home Ec- onomics; Delta, Delta, Delta. HAWKINS, JOHN HARPER; (Fr.l; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HAYDEN. JEAN LAMAL ' DE; (Fr.); Uniontown; Arts and Sciences. HAYDEN, WILLIAM DURICK; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HAYES, BRENDA CAROL; (Jr-K Oakman; Education. HAYES, CYNTHIA ANNE; (Jr.i; Tampa, Florida; Education; Pi Beta Phi. HAYES, DANIEL MITCHELL; (Ft.); Kellyton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HA ' i ' ES, SHIRLEY LEMOYNE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Education. HAVGOOD, MARION LEE; (Fr.i; Greenville; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Gamma Delta. HAYLEY, FRANCES LOUISE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. HAYMON, DONNA SUE; (Soph.); Mobile; Education. HAYNES, JANICE ELLEN; (Fr.i; Talladega; Arts and Sciences. HAYNES, JOANNE; (Fr. i; Ashland; Home Economics. HAYNES, JOHN CARTER; (Jr.); Talladega; Arts and Sciences. HAYNES, ROBERT L.; (Fr.); Anniston; Engineering. HAYS, DONALD STEVE; (Fr.); Athens; Arts and Sciences. HAYS, SL ' SAN DIANE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. HEAD, JANE HILL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. HEALD, DAVID GRANT; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. HEAPS, DAVID D.; (Fr. i; Houston. Texas; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. HEARD, SAMUEL BRYAN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. HEARN, JAMES H.; (Soph.); Tampa, Florida; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha Order. HEARN, MARTHA VIRGINIA; (Soph.i; Birmin.uham; Home Ec- onomics; Alpha Chi Omega. HECHT, CAROL LUANN; (Fr.); Miami; Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. HEDGSPETH, JAMES E., JR.; (Soph.;; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. HEIFFERON, PATRICK J.; (Soph.i; Lilepool, New York; Arts and Sciences. HEINTON, PATRICIA ANN; (Fr.); Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. HELD, JERRY EDWIN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- n ess Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. HELD, RONALD STEPHEN; (Fr.); Anniston; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. HELLER, STEPHEN ALAN; (Soph.j; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. HELLMAN. BARBARA KAY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Phi Epsilon. HELMS, MARY ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Albertville; Home Economics, Delta Zeta. HELSON, ROGER ALLEN; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. HELTON, GLENN HIXON; (Soph.i; Peterman; Arts and Sciences, HEMBREE, HOWARD KERRY; (Soph.); Vinemont; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. HEMPHILL, KATHY JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. HENDERSON, DAVID POOLE; (Fr.j; Birmingh.im; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. HENDERSON, DONALD BERNARD; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration. HENDERSON, JAMES MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineer- ing. HENDERSON, JANET DOREES; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Al- pha Gamma Delt. HENDERSON, JOHN CLEDITH, JR.; (Jr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. HENDERSON, MARGARET GALE; iFr.); Bessemer; Home Eco nomics. HENDERSON. SHERRON LEE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. HENDERSON, THOMAS ELBERT; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. HENDRICK, CYNTHIA ANN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. HENDRICKS, PAUL NICHOLS; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. imt fik£t 523 Undergraduates f f% © P HENDRIX, JOHN CALLAWAY; (Soph.); Birmini;h,un; ChL-mistry; Tlu-uChi. HENDRIX, MARY JUNE; (Frj; Hartford; Arts and Sciences. HENDRIX, SANDRA MAXINE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Al- ph.i Cdii Omega. HENDRIX, THURMON MARTIN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HENDRY, FREDA GAY; (Jr.); Bay Springs, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. HENLEY, THERESA JANET; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. HENNINGER, FRANCES JENNINE; (Jr.i; Stevenson; Education. HENNINGER, JUDITH CAROLINE; (Soph.); Statesville, North Carolina; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. HENNIS, RONALD BARRY; (Jr. i; Gahanna, Ohio; Education; Beta Theta Pi. HENRY, DIANE LEE; (Jr.); Greensboro; Home Economics; Phi Mu. HERBERT. ISABEL; (Fr.); Montgomery; Education; Pi Beta Phi. HERBERT, JULE REMBERT, JR.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Theta Chi. HEREFORD, CAROLYN FRANCES; (Soph.i; AdamsviUe; Arts and Sciences. HERLONG, JANET ANITA; (Soph.); Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. HERNANDEZ, JOYLIN; (Jr.i; Tampa, Florida; Education. HERNDON, THOMAS DAVID; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. HERRING, JAMES PAUL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. HERRING, RANDALL LOMAX; (Fr.); Savannah, Georgia; Engi- neering. HERSHISER, GLORIA FAIR; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. HESS, PHILIP WOODMAN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. HESS. RICKEY ' LAMONT; (Soph.); Anniston; Home Economics; Delta Chi, HESTER, CHARLOTTE ANN; (Fr.i; Coker; Arts and Sciences. HESTER, LARRY DENTON; (Jr. i; Tuscumbia; Engineering. HEUSINGER, BERT ANDREAS; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences. HIAM, RANDALL ADDISON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. HICKMAN, FRANK A.; (Fr.); Greenville; Commerce and Business Administration, HICKS, REBECCA LEE; ( Fr.); Brownsboro; Chemistry. HICKS, SEPTA DARLENE; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education. HIDEN, SAM EARLE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilt)n. HIERBAUM, MARK STEVEN; (Soph.); Margate, New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. HIGDON, DONNA JEAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. HIGGINBOTHAM, JAMES MICHAEL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HIGGINS, CHARLOTTE ANN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education. HIGGINS, JAMES RANDALL; (Jr.); Albertville; Commerce and Business Administration. HIGGINS, LARRY GENE; (Soph.); Cordova; Engineering. HIGGINS, WILLIAM KLINE, JR.; (Jr.); Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. HILDRETH, WILLIAM BARTLEY; (Soph.); Brundidge; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. HILL, ALICE FAYE; (Soph.); Anniston; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. HILL, DELICIA RICE; (Fr.i; Marietta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. HILL, DIXIE CALLENE; (Soph.); Lafayette; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. HILL, JANET FRANCES; (Fr.); Selma; Education. HILL, M. GAIL; (Soph.); Russellville; Arts and Sciences. HILL, RAYMOND BRUCE; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. HILLARD, MARY KATHLEEN; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma, HILLMAN, JAMES DWIGHT; (Jr.); Childersburg; Commerce and Business Administration. HINCHLEY, HAROLD LLOYD, JR.; (Soph.); Caruthersville. Mis- souri; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. HINDS. ANN SEWANEE; (Jr.); Arab; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. HINDS, WILLIAM LASSETER; (Fr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Theta Xi. HINES, CHARLES NEAL; (Soph.); Lafayette; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. HINES, JACK W.; (Soph.); Brewton; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Gamma Delta. 524 Undergraduates HINES, MARGO; (Fr.); Nashville, Tenntsscc-; Education; Kappa Delta. HINES, RONIE ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Lafayette; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. HINTON, AMELIA JOYCE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. HINTON, JANET HELENE; (Soph.); Attalla; Arts and Sciences. HINTON, KENNETH CLAYTON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. HINTON, MARGARET MORGAN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. HINTON, PAT; iFr.l; Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. HINTON, THOMAS FOSTER; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HIPP, DONNA CAROL; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. HOCUTT, KATHY LYNN; (Fr.); Fairhope; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. HODGES. JANA POCAHONTAS; (Fr.); Anniston; Home Econom- ics; Delta Delta Delta. HODNETTE, MARY DENISE; (Soph.); Pensacola. Florida; Educa- tion; Alpha Gamma Delta. HOFSTETTER, NANCY J.; (Jr.); Andalusia; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. HOGG, HAMPTON H.; (Fr.); New Brockton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. HOGUE, KEN HARRIS; (Soph.); Tusciloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HOGLIE, ROBERT M.; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HOLCOMB, WILLIAM HAROLD; (Fr.); Guin; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HOLDERFIELD, MARGARET ANN; (Soph.); Lanetr; Education. HOLLADAY, CHARLES RANDOLPH, JR.; (Soph.); Piciyune, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration. HOLLADAY, HUGH EDWIN; (Soph.); Pell City; Education; Delta Tau Delta. HOLLEY, CAROLE KENDALL; (Soph.); Evergreen; Home Eco- nomics. HOLLINGSWORTH, BRENDA KAY; (Fr.); Eldridge; Arts and Sci- ences. HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHN CORNELIUS; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. HOLLINGSWORTH, MARCIA VALERIE; (Fr.); Fayette; Commerce and Business Administration. HOLLINGSWORTH, RONALD EDWIN; (Fr.); Gadsden, Engineer- ing. HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS COLEMAN; (Soph.); Selma; Ed- ucation. HOLLIS, JACK DONOHO, JR.; (Jr.); Russellville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Phi. HOLLIS, KATHERINE MAXWELL; (Jr.); Sulligent; Arts and Sci- ences. HOLLIS, MICHAEL GU ' ; (Fr.); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi. HOLLON, JANIS G.; (Jr.); Birmingh.im;Education; Alpha Chi Ome- ga. HOLLOWAY, KATHERINE JANE; (Soph.); Fairfield; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. HOLLOWAY, RAY HAMILTON; (Fr.); Panama City, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. HOLMAN, JOHN ROBERT; (Soph.); Headland; Commerce and Business Administration. HOLMER, JOHN FREDERICK; (Fr.); Upper Montclair, New Jer- sey; Arts and Sciences. HOLMES, BETTY CAROL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. HOLMES, EMILY DIANE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. HOLMES, PATRICIA LYNN; (Fr. ); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. HOLSTON, ROBIN JEFFRY; (Soph.i; Allison Park, Pennsylvania; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. HOLT, GENE WORTHAM; (Soph.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. HOLT, JOE STEVEN ; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences. HOLT, MICHAEL HOWARD; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. HOOPER, LYNDA RUTH; (Soph.); Albertville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. HOOTON, WAYNE W.; (Soph.); Pensacola, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. HOPE, LUCRETIA CAROL; (Fr.); Holt, Education. HOPE, MARGARET GAY; (Fr.); Holt; Education. HOPKINS, NANCY JEANNE; iFr.); Ramsey, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. HOPKINS, SUSAN MARIE; Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. HORAN, JOHNNY COLBERT; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. HORN, HARRIET CONNELL; (Soph.); Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. HORNADY, LISA C; (Jr.); Talladega; Education. 525 Undergraduates i HORNE, SANDRA KA , (Jr.); Mc-ridun, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. HORNSB ' l ' , ERNIE HAROLD; (Jr.); Dothan; Arts ami Sciences; Sigma Nu. HORTON, ANITA JOANNA; (Fr.); Huntsvillc; Arts and Sciences. HORTON, MARY EVELYN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. HORTON, SANDRA GAIL; ( Fr.); Tarrant; Education. HOSLER. ERIC SCOTT; (Jr.); Willard, Ohio; Education; Delta Tau Delta. HOSMER, DENIS RANDALL; (Soph.); Brookwood; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. HOUSTON, ALMA J.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. HOUSTON, JAMES K.; (Fr.i; Ft. Payne; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sit;ma. HOUSTON, WILLIAM EVANDER; (Jr.); Ft. Payne; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. HOWARD, DAVID KIRBY; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. HOWARD, JOHN RANDALL; (Soph.i; Toncy; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. HOWARD, L ' NN HALL; (Soph.i; Savannah, Georgia; Education; Delta Delta Delta. HOWELL, BARBARA CAROL; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education; Pi Beta Phi. HOWELL, DANIEL FRANCIS; (Fr.); Mobile; Engineering. HOWELL, EDWIN H.; (Soph.); Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Com- merce and Business Administration. HOWELL, GWENDOLYN MERLE; iFr.); Panama City, Florida; Education; Kappa Delta. HOWELL, MARTHA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Chickasaw; Arts and Sci- ences. HOWELL, MAR ■ ANN; (Fr.); Dothan; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. HOWELL, PAMELIA RENEE; (Soph.i; Northport; Arts and Sci- ences. HO JC ' ELL, SANDRA MARY; (Fr.i; Leland, Mississippi; Nursing. HOWELL, THOMAS LEWIS; (Fr. i; Anniston; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. HOWELL, WILLIAM ASHLEY, III; (Soph.i; Ozark; Commerce and Business Administration; Acacia. HOWINGTON, JO ANNE; (Jr.); Hanceville; Education. HOWLAND, DAN ' ID C; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. HUBER. JACQUELYN MARY; (Jr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Home Ec- onomics. HUCKABEE, MARTHA ANNE; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. HUCKEBA DAVID ARDIE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. HUDSON, CYNTHIA JOYCE; (Jr.i; Birminyham; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. HUDSON, JOHN THOMAS; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. HUDSON, STANCIL ALAN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. HUDSON, WANDA JANE; (Fr. i; Vernon; Education. HUEY, THOMAS EDWARD; (Fr. ; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. HUEY, VICKI JANE; (Fr.); Fairfield Highlands; Education. HUFF, RHODA FRANCILLE; (Soph.i; Reform; Education. HUFFMAN, CAROL RUTH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. HUFFMAN, DANIEL JAMES; (Soph.i; St. Louis, Missouri; Com- merce and Business Administration; ThetaChi. HUFFMAN, SUE GAIL; (Soph.); Bellerose, New York; Education; Delta Gamma. HUGGINS, BRENDA LORRAINE; (Soph.); Silverhill; Commerce and Business Administration. HUGGINS, ERNEST WARREN; (Jr.); Thomasville; Commerce and Business Administration. HUGHES, DEBORAH ALICE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. HUGHES, JANE ANN; (Jr.); Shettleld; Arts and Sciences. HUGHES, JANICE KATHLEEN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Econom- ics. HUGHES, JOANNE; (Fr.i; Haleyville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Mu. HUGHES, OUIDA JUANESE; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Delta Zeta. HUGHES, TERRIL WAYNE; (Soph.); Tucker, Georgia; Arts and " Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. HUGHEY, GEORGE W.; (Jr.); Brent; Education. HUGHSTON, LUTIE CAROLINE; (Fr.); Tuscumbia; Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. HUIE, RICHARD T.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Th -ia Chi. HULL, ALECIA; (Jr.); Bessemer; Home Economics. 526 HULL, DAVID CLARK; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Admmiscration; Chi Phi. HULTQUIST, PATRICIA ANNE; (Fr.); Birmmgham; Arts and Sci- ences. HUMBEE, JAMES TERRY; (Soph.); Fayette; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HUMBER, JOHN DAVID; (Jr.); Fayette; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. HLIMBER, THOMAS JERRY; (Soph.); Fayette; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HUMBLE, PAMELA MARY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. HUMPHREY, BUDDY; (Fr.); Laneit; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Tau Omega. HUMPHRIES, WILLIAM W.; (Jr.); Eutaw; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HUNDLEY ' , GAYLE; (Jr.); Enterprise; Arts and Sciences. HUNTER, FOREST CHARLES; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HUNTER, MAR ■ BETH; (Fr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. HUNTER, PAGE MORRIS; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. HURST, DIANE; (Soph.); Ohatchee; Education. HURT, KATHERINE CAROL; (Soph.); Gallion; Education. HUSLER, KENNETH MITCHELL, JR.; (Soph.); Towson, Maryland; Commerce and Business Administration. HUTCHINSON, KATHERINE HAILS; (Soph.); Montgomery; Home Economics; Kappa Delta. HLITTO, JENNIFER; (Jr.); Ariton; Home Economics; Alpha Omicron Pi. HUTTO, SUSAN CECELIA; (Jr.); Ariton; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. HYATT, KATHLEEN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. HYCHE, JERRY MILLENDER; (Jr.); Cordova; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HYCHE, TERRY CARSON; (Jr.); Cordova; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. HYDE, J. BANKS; (Jr.); Arlington, Virginia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HYDE, MICHAEL P.; (Fr.); Haleyville; Commerce and Business Administration; Chi Phi. HYDRICK, ROBERT VAUGHN; (Fr.); Hueytown; Commerce and Business Administration. HYMEL, DARRELL ANTHONY; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences. IDLEMAN, LYNDA SUE; (Fr.); Orange, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. INGALLS, IDA JANE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. INGE, DRURA TERESA; (Soph.); Eutaw; Education; Delta Delta Delta. INGRAM, DAVID M.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. INNES, JAN ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. INSLER, JILL MERRILL; (Soph.); West Palm Beach, Florida; Edu- cation; Sigma Delta Tau. INZER, JOAN CANTRELL; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. IPPOLITO, NORMAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. IRVIN. RALPH LEE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ISON, GEORGIE LOU; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. IVIE, MICHAEL ALLEN; (Jr.); Wmfield; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. IVINS, JOHN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. JACKNIN, JAY ROGER; (Soph.); West Palm Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. JACKSON, CONSTANCE MARDEL; (Soph.); Russellville; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON, DANIEL NICHOLAS; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. JACKSON, DANNY WAYNE; (Fr.); Vernon; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON, DOYLE STEPHEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Acacia. JACKSON, ELVA ANN; (Jr.); Culman; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON, FITZHUGH LEE; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. JACKSON. FREEMAN RANDOLPH; (Fr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JACKSON, GARLETTE BASS; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON, lANET LYNN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Delta. JACKSON, JIMMY RANDALL; (Fr.); Montgomery; Engineering. JACKSON, JOHN E., JR.; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. JACKSON, LANE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Undergraduates 527 Undergraduates JACKSON, MARGARET MARIE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. JACKSON, MARGARET ROSE; (Jr.); Mobile; Home Economics. JACKSON, MARSHIA LEA; (Soph. j; Grand Bay; Education. JACKSON, PAULA JEAN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Pi Beta Phi. JACKSON, STEVEN ERNEST; (Jr.); Hartselle; Education. JACOBS, FRANK; (Soph.i; McShan; Engineering. JACOBS, GAR ' WARREN; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. JACOBS, GLORIA ANN; i Soph.); McShan; Arts and Sciences. JAFFE, RICHARD STEPHEN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business A».lministration; I- ' hi Epsilon Pi. JAMES, CARMALITA MARIA; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- JAMES. CHRISTIAN; (Jr.); Dallas, Texas; Home Economics, Kappa Delta. JAMES, DENNIS WAYNE; iSoph.); Tuscumbia; Engineering. JAMES, D(W MASSES ' ; (Soph.); Russellville; Commerce dm.] Busi- ness Atlministration; Kappa Alpha. JAMES, MAURICE; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Engineering. JAMES, ROBERT PHILLIP; (Jr.): Hartselle; Arts and Sciences. JAMISON, JUDY FRANCES; (Soph.i; Tuscalocwa; Arts and Sci- ences; Chi Omena. JANDRLICH, ROBERT LOUIS; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Sii;ma Phi Epsilon. JARRELL. RANDALL EUGENE; (Jr.i; Mableton, Georgia; Educa- tion; Theta Chi. JEAN, C. PHILLIP; (Fr.l; Cordova; Arts and Sciences. JEFFARES, WILLIAM CRAIG; (Jr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. JENKINS, JULIA I.; (Jr.i; Sylacauga; Education. JENNINGS, CARLA JEAN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. JENNINGS, HARRY GORDON, JR.; ijr.i; Enterprise; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. JENT. DONALD N.; (Jr.); Cordova; Engineering. JERNIGAN. CAROL ANN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu. JETER, CAROL ELLEN; (Soph.i; E n n i s, Texas; Educatnm; Kappa Alpha Theta. JETT, MARIE; (Soph.i; Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. JEWELL. WENDELL GARY; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. JINKS, L " ' NN WILSON; (Fr.); Union Springs; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. JOBSON. ANN BOSWELL; (Fr.i; Northport; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. JODSON. DONNA GAIL; (Fr.i; Northport; Education. JOE. SUELIN LOO; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Home Economics. JOHNSON, ANNA MARIE; (Fr.); Oneonta; Home Economics. JOHNSON, BRENDA SHERYL; (Jr.); Millport; Education. JOHNSON, CAROL DEAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. JOHNSON. CAROLINE ELIZABETH; (Jr.); New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Education; Kappa Delta. JOHNSON. CHESLEY ROSCOE, III; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. JOHNSON, GLEN ROBERT; (Soph.i; Fort Sheridan. Illinois; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON. JAMES DOUGLAS; (Soph.); Somerville; Commerce and Business Administration. JOHNSON. JAMES WALLACE, JR.; (Soph.); Franklin; Education; Theta Chi. JOHNSON, JAMES WILSON; (Soph.i; Rockford; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, JAYNE CATHERINE; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. JOHNSON, JUDY LYNN; (Jr. i; Fayette; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON. JUDY ROSALYN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON. LAWRENCE HARRISON, III; (Jr.i; Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, MAJORIE CAMILLE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Zeta. JOHNSON. MICHAEL LYNN; (Jr.); Graysville; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, NANCY E. (Soph.); Demopolis; Education; Phi Mu. JOHNSON. PAUL THOMASON; (Soph.); Albertville; Commerce and Business Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOHNSON, SEABORN DARDEN; (Soph.i; T.illadcga; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 528 Undergraduates JOHNSON. SHIRLEY ANN; (Suph. i; Decatur; Education. JOHNSON. VALERIA CARROLL; (Fr.i; Birminfjham; Arcs and Sci- L-nics. JOHNSON, VIRGINIA F ROCTOR; (Jr.i; Moulton; Honu- Econom- ics. JOHNSON. YVONNE GLORIA; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTON, ALAN ERIC; iJr-K Helena; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. JOHNSTON, CAROL LEE; (Jr.i; Birmin«ham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. JOHNSTON, JAMES CROWELL; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Admmistration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOHNSTON, JAMES GILBERT, JR.; (Soph.i; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTON, JLIDY FRANKE; (Fr.i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTON. SARAH HOLLIS; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeia Tau Alpha. JOHNSTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTONE, GARY DAVIS; (Soph.i; Selma; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. JOINER, MICHAEL CLAYTON; (Soph.); Clanton; Arts and Sci- ences. JOLLY, HERBERT MACK; (Fr.); Tallahassee; Arts and Sciences. JOLLY, JAMES LOUIS, JR.; (Jr.); Attalla; Arts and Sciences. JONES, AMELIA ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Mt. Vernon; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. JONES, AMELIA KA ' ; (Soph, i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. JONES, BARBARA GAIL; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. JONES, BENJAMIN THOMAS; (Soph.); Rauburne; Engineerme. JONES, CAROLYN T.; (Jr.); Huntsville, Education; Delta Delta Delta. JONES, CECILIA ANN; (Soph.); Pensacola. Florida; Education; Kap- pa Alpha Theta. JONES, CHARLES MICHAEL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. JONES, DANNY LEE; (Soph.i; Oxford; Engineering. JONES, DAVID MURPHREE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. JONES, DEBORAH ANN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. JONES, GUY GORDON; (Fr.); Valley Head; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. JONES, JAMES ROBIN; (Jr.); Century, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. JONES, JAN ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Home Economics. JONES, JENNIFER ANNE; (Jr.i; Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. JONES, JOHN MICHAEL; (Jr.i; Sheffield; Commerce and Business Administration. JONES, LA TANYA VONCILE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. JONES, LINDA CAROL; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education. JONES, MARGARET ELIZABETH; (Soph.i; Bessemer; Home Ec- onomics; Alpha Omicron Pi. JONES, MARGARET EVELYN; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. JCWES, MARILYN DENISE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. JONES, NANCY C; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. JONES, PAULA SUE; (Fr.); Nanceville; Arts and Sciences. JONES, PAULETTE; (Soph.); Gulf Breeze, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences. JONES, PERRY KENNETH; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. JONES, PHILLIP GORDON; (Soph.); Andalusia; Commerce and Business Administration. JONES, RANDALL DOUGLAS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Kappa Sigma. JONES, RICHARD; (Soph.); Haddonfield, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration. JONES, ROBERT EDWARD; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. JONES, ROBERT; (Soph.); Haddonfield, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. JONES, SAM PRICE, JR.; (Fr.j; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. JONES, SHIRLEY RUTH; (Fr.i; Valley Head; Educition; Alpha Chi Omega. JONES, TREUIL MURPHEY; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. JONES. VELMA ETHEL; (Fr. i; Marion; Arts and Sciences. JORDAN, BRENT ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Chemistry. JORDAN, ELIZABETH COALE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. 529 Undergraduates l ili JORDAN, EMILV REBECCA; (Frj; Bessem er; Education; Phi Mu. JORDAN, GARY LEON; (Jr.); Huntsviile; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. JORDAN, JOHN ARTHUR, JR.; ( Fr, i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. JORDAN. KHVLE LENOIR; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. JORDAN, RANDALL GLENN; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. JORDAN, REBECCA ANNE; (Fr.i; Centre; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. JUNKINS, JOHN FRANK; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Lambda Chi Alpha, JOULLIAN, JERR ' i ' ERNEST, JR.; (Fr.); Mob ' ile; Arts and Sciences. JO ' l ' NER, MARY ELIZABETH; (Fri; Atmore; Education; Delta Gamma. KANE, MARY ANN; (Fr.i; Hillside, Illinois; Education; Kappa Al- pha Theta. KANELOS, FRANK THEODORE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Kappa Psi. KAPPEL, LOWELL; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. KAPSIMALIS, MICHAEL FRANK; (Jr.); Rye, New Hampshire; Ed- ucation; Sigma Chi. KASSOUF, DAVID PAUL; iFr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. KAZANZAS, CARMAN ANN; (Fr.i; Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. KEARNER, JAN; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. KEARNS, DOUGLAS LEONARD; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. KEASLER, GLENDA KA ' l ' ; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Education. KEATON, JAMES DENNIS; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lamb- da Chi Alpha. KEENAN, THOMAS C; (Fr.); Huntsviile; Engineering. KEENE, THOMAS HOWARD; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. KEENUM, CONNIE JANE; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education. KEITH, FRANK Vi ' AYNE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Theta Chi. KELLER, CELIA MARGARET; (Jr.); Albertville; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. KELLE " ! ' , AMELIA WTLKINS; (Jr.); Uniontown; Education; Kappa Delta. KELLEY, BRENDA SUE; (Jr.); South Bay, Florida; Education. KELLE ' , JO ANNA; (Fr.); Vinemont; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. KELLE ' , JOEL VAN; (Jr.); Fairfield; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. KELLNER, KATHLEEN ANN; (Jr.); Detroit, Michigan; Arts and Sciences. KELLY, BARBARA; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Delta Zeta. KELL ' , DARWIN P., JR.; (Jr.); Headland; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. KELLY, MARVIN KENOR; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education. KEMP, HERBERT EUGENE, JR.; (Jr.); Huntsviile; Commerce and Business Administration. KEMP, SALLY MARIE; (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. KEMP, STEPHEN B.; (Soph.); Floral Park, New York; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. KENDRICK, DEBORAH FRANCES; (Soph.); McCalla; Arts and Sciences. KENDRICK, LAURA CAROL; (Soph.i; Luverne; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Chi Omega. KENDRICK, MICHAEL GENE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. KENDRICK, NANCY SWEARENGIN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. KENDRICK, RHONDA JACQUELINE; (Fr.); Union Springs; Arts and Sciences. KENDRICK, WALTER TURNER; (Soph.); McCalla; Arts and Sci- ences. KENMORE, GEORGE VERNON; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. KENNAMER, HAL TAYLOR; (Soph.); Guntersville; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. KENNAMER, WILLIAM RICKEY; (Fr.); Guntersville; Commerce and Business Administration. KENNEDY, AMY REBECCA; (Jr.); Brcwton; Education. KENNEDY, MYRA FA YE; (Jr.); Hackleburg; Education. KENNEDY, RICHARD THOMAS; (Jr.); Brewton; Arts and Sci- ences. KENNEMER, JAMES C; (Fr.); Tuscumbia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. KENWORTHY, PUDDY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. KERRIGAN, ANNE PHYLLIS; (Jr.); Nashville; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 530 KESSLER, GARY R.; (Fr. ;; Louisville. Kt-ntucky; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. KETTLES, DAVID LEREA; (Fr.i; Rossville, Georgia; Engineering. KEW, JANE SHERRILL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. KEY, REBECCA VIRGINIA; iSoph.i; Greensboro; Arts and Sci- ences. KEY, THOMAS X ' .; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. KEYDOSZUIS, RICHARD JAMES; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. KIELY, MARIE OLIVER; (Soph.); Bluefield, West Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. KILGORE, JAMES THOMAS; (Soph.); Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. KILGROW, ADELAIDE MILLER; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. KILGROW, MARGARET; (Fr.); Montgomery; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. KILPATRICK, CLAUDIA ANNE; (Soph.); Frisco City; Arts and Sciences. KILPATRICK, JOAN CATHERINE; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education; Delta Zeta. KIMBER, JOAN PAULETTE; (Soph.); Arts and Sciences; Tusca- loosa. KIMBRELL, JAN L.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. KIMBROUGH, PSYCHE; (Jr.); Bessemer; Education. KINDBERG, CANDACE ALANE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. KINES, THOMAS MICHAEL; (Jr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. KING, EDNA FAVE; (Jr.i; Rogersville; Education. KING, GERALD ARTHUR; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. KING, GRADY KEITH; (Fr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. KING, JOHN THOMAS, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. KING, JULIAN MALLORY; (Fr.); Talladega; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. KING, LOYD WAYNE; (Jr.); Jasper; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. KING, MARY HARTLEY; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. KING, PATRICIA ANN; (Jr.); Wagarville; Arts and Sciences. KING, RICHARD COLIN; (Jr.); Selma; Education; Sigma Phi Epsi- lon. KING, SUSAN JOAN; (Fr.); Rogersville; Education. KING, THERESA ANN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. KING, VIRGIL MAX; (Soph.); Opp; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Lambda Chi Alpha. KING, WILLIAM VAN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. KINSETH, PAMELA ANN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. KIRBY, HAROLD BLAKELY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Sig- ma Chi. KIRBY, ROGER WAYNE; (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. KIRK, ELIZABETH ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. KIRKMAN, ELIZABETH ANN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Delta Delta. KIRKPATRICK, MICHAEL BRUCE; (Jr.); Winfield; Arts and Sci- ences; Theta Chi. KIRKPATRICK, VAUGHAM; (Jr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Gamma Delta. KIRKSEY, DIANNE FA YE; (Soph.); Eutaw; Education. KIRKSEY, MARY BESS; (Soph.); Aliceville; Arts and Sciences. KIRZNER, HELEN; (Jr.); New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences. KISTLER, DORIS JEAN; (Jr.); Mooresville. North Carolina; Arts and Sciences. KISTLER, ELAINE DIANNE; (Fr.); Mooresville, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences. KLIEN. EUGENE LUDWIG, JR.; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. KLEINBERG, RHEA; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. KLINE, PEGCl ' LYNN; (Fr.); Columbia, South Carolina; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. KNIGHT, NINA CARMEN; (Fr.); Talladega; Arts and Sciences. KNIGHT, SUSAN DIANE; (Soph.); Prattville; Education. KNIPHFER, SANDRA LEE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. KNOBLOCK, BRENDA GAYLE; (Soph.); Fairfield; Home Econom- ics. KNOX, LARRY REED; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. Undergraduates l. £ 531 Undergraduates m KOHN, RICHARD LEON; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. KONTOS. ALEX STEVEN; (Soph.i; Birmini ham; Comnu-rte .in ' . Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. KOPEL, JUD ' l ' LYNN; (Fr.i; Coral Gables, Florida; Education; Sig- ma Delta Tau. KRASELSKV, DAVID GARY; (Soph.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Admmistration; Zeta Beta Tau. KRANXTECKI, STAN EDWARD; (Fr.i; Perth Amboy, New Jersey; Education. KRCHAK, KATHRYN ANN; (Soph.); Robertsdale; Education. KREH. LAWRENCE ALAN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Chi Phi. KREIDER, WILLIAM JAMERSON; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Engineering. KRUGMAN. MARGARET ELLEN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. KUCHARSKI, JOEL; iFr.i; Dearborn Heights, Michigan; Engineer- ing; Lambda Chi Alpha. KULOVITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPH; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. KUSTER, SUSAN L ' NN; (Fr.); Mormal, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. KYLE, KATHLEEN ANNE; (Fr.); Decatur, Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega. LABORDE, DONALD JOSEPH; (Soph.i; Decatur; Engineering. LACKEY, TIMOTHY MARTIN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. LACY, HOWARD STEWART; (Fr.); Decatur; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. LADD, NOEL ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Mobile; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAFAYETTE, JANE; (Jr. i; Jasper; Education. LAGRONE, SAUNDRA ANN; (Soph.i; Arab; Arts and Sciences. LAIRD, ERNIE; (Jr. i; Cordova; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. LAKIN, SHARON DALE; (Soph.); Chicago, Illinois; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Phi Epsilon. LAMAR, CRAIG STE ' EN; iFr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. LAMB, LINDA ANNE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LAMBERT, CHRISTINE LOUISE; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics; Alpha Gamma Delta. LAMBERTH, MARGARET; (Fr.i; Alexander City; Education; Deltas Delta Delta. LANCASTER. JOHN WILLIAM; (Fr.i; Killen; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta, LAND, CHARLES ROBERT; (Jr.i; Melvin; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. LANDAU. DAVID JOEL; (Soph.i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. LANDERS, LAWRENCE KELSO; (Fr.i; Anmston; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. LANDERS. LESLIE K.; iSoph.i; Boaz; Education; Pi Beta Phi. LANE, ALAN BERNARD; (Jr.); Waterloo, Iowa; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. LANE, LUCY MORRIS; (Fr.i; Roanoke; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LANE. QUENTIN L.; (Soph.); Selma; Arts and Sciences. LANE. WENDY JUNE; (Fr.i; Hollywood. Florida; Education; Sig- ma Delta Tau. LANG, WILLIAM H., JR.; (Jr.); Reform; Commerce and Business Administration. LANGFORD. CHARLES ALEXANDER; (Jr.i; Guntersville; Engi- neering; Lambda Chi Alpha. LANGFORD, JAMES PORTER; (Jr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. LANGHAM, CHARLES BERNARD; (Soph.i; Pine Apple; Com- merce and Business Administration; Acacia. LANIER, RANDOLPH HOUSTON; (Soph.i; Mountain Brook; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. LANIER, SARAH MARGARET; (Fr.); Huntsville; Education; Kappa Delta. LANING, DAVIDSON L ' l ' NN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. LANING, PAUL FLETCHER; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Lambda Chi Alpha. LANKFORD, DAVID CRAIG; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. LANKFORD, LONNIE EUGENE; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. LANTHORNE, RUSSELL JEFFERS, III; (Jr.); La Jolla. California; Education. LANTRIP, RONALD COLEMAN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. LAPE, WILLIAM NICHOLAS; (Jr.); San Ratael, California; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. LAPIDES, RICHARD ALAN; (Fr.); Charleston, South Carolina; En- gineering; Phi Sigma Kappa. LARIN, WILLIAM EARL; (Soph.i; DuncanviUe; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. LARKIN, CALHOUN FLOYD; (Jr.); Coatopa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. 532 LARKIN. ROSALYN JOYCE; (Fr.l; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. LAROCCA, ANTHONY VINCENT; (Frj; Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration. LARRIMORE, CHARLES LAMAR; (Soph.i; Dickinson; Engineer- ing. LARRIMORE, WILLIAM ANTHONY; i Soph.i; Savannah. Georgia; Education. LATHRAM, LUCY FERRIS; iFr. i; Memphis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LATNER, CALVIN E.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. LAUBSCHER, STEPMEN LAWRENCE; iSoph.); Gadsden; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. LAVERNE. THOMAS BRIEN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LAW, CHARLES MICHAEL; iSoph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci LAWHORNE. FRANKLIN DAVID; ijr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. LAWLEY. EDDYE; (Jr.); Montevallo; Engineering. LAWLEY, JEAN MARIE; (Soph.); Leeds; Home Economics. LAWRENCE. NEAL BROOKS; (Soph.i; Hamilton; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. LAWRENCE, PEGGY ALMEDA; (Soph.i; Vernon; Home Econom- ics. LAWRENCE, TONY DOUGLAS; iFr.i; Opp; Arts and Sciences; Acacia. LAWSON. FRANCIS ROBERT; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. LAWSON, MARGARET MCDUFFIE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences. LAYNE, ELIZABETH ANN; (Fr.i; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. LAYTON, JUDY CLAIRE; (Jr.i; Anniston; Education; Delta Gam- ma. LEAR, WILLIAM EDWARD. JR.; (Jr.i; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. LEATHERBURY. LAURA T.; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LEBEL. ROGER RALPH; (Jr.i; Biddleford. Maine; Commerce and Business Administration. LEBLANC. EUGENIA POLK; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. LEDBETTER. ROGER DALE; (Jr.i; Red Bay; Education. LEE, DAN HOWARD; (Jr.i; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Arts and Sciences. LEE, FRANK HOWELL, JR.; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Delta Theta. LEE, GEORGE JACKSON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. LEE. lOYCE LOO; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. LEE, MARGIE LOO; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Engineering. LEE, MICHAEL B.; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LEE, PATRICK DEAN; (Jr.i; Northport; Engineering. LEE, RICHARD ELLIS; (Jr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. LEE. ROGER W.; (Fr.i; Anniston; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Alpha Tau Omega. LEE. SARA A.; (Fr.l; Repton; Education. LEE, ' ELA MARGARET; (Fr.i; Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. LEED ' i ' , WILLIAM DEAN; (Fr.i; North Manchester, Indiana; En- gineerint;. LEHMAN, DAVID FREDRICK; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. LEHMAN, MARY ANN; (Soph.); Tijuana, Mexico; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. LEIGH, JACK R.; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LEIMBACH, LINDA LOUISE; (Fr.i; Alexander City; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. LEMASTER, ROBERT LARRY; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineering. LEMEND. ROBERT CHARLES; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. LEMMER, LINDA CLAIRE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi. LENZI, LINDA LOU; (Fr.i; Marathon, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. LEONARD, DONALD B.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LEONARD. JUDY ANN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. LERASS, JOY MARIE; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. LESTER, JAMES THEODORE; (Jr.i; Roswell, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LETCHER, JOHN MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Shorter; Arts and Sciences. LETHERWOOD, KEVIN BRUCE; (Fr.i; Quinton; Engineering. Under gradu ates 1 " 533 Undergraduates LETSON, PERRY ROBERT; (Jr.); PrattviUe; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. LETTON, KAREN LEE; (Soph.;; Danville, Kentucky; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Beta Phi. LEVENS, BRENDA FA YE; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education. LEVENSON, MELINDA ANN; (Jr.); Lexington, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. LEVEQUE, ANDREE MARIE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. LEVEY, WILLIAM SAMUEL, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. LEVIN, BARR " i ' ALAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. LEVIO, JOE C; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. LEVISON, CHARLES PAUL; (Soph); Staten Island, New York; Arts and Sciences. LEVY, IDA ROSE; (Jr.); Peoria, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. LEVY, ROBERT HENRY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. LEWIS, ALICIA; (Fr.i; Sweet Water; Nursing. LEWIS, DONALD PHILLIPS; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. LEWIS, ELLEN ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Falls Church, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, GORDON WAYNE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. LEWIS, HELEN CANDICE; (Fr.); Panama City, Florida; Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, JANE ANNE; (Fr.i; Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. LEWIS, JLILIE C; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. LEWIS, LAURA D.; (Soph); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Kappa Delta. LEWIS, PRESTON MARSHALL; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau. LEWIS, SHARON JUDITH; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. LEWIS, WILLIAM BROCK; (Jr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, WILLIE TROY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. LIBBY, PHYLLIS ANN; (Fr.); Huntsville, Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. LICHTER, STEPHEN MARK; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. LIDDLE, ROSALIND; (Fr.;; Fairfield; Education. LIES, KAREN WINTERS; (Soph); Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Gamma Delta. LIES, WILLIAM; (Jr. i; Dothan; Arts and Sciences. LIGHT, JUDITH DIANE; (Soph.); Falkville; Education. LIGHTSEY, SIDNEY JOE; (Fr.i; CenterviUe; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Theta Chi. LILLY, HENRY ALBERT; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Chi Phi. LILLY, KRISTY ELAINE; (Soph.i; Tallahassee; Arts and Sciences. LINDEN, JEAN DOROTHY; (Fr.); Robertsdale; Home Economics. LINDLEY, GENEVIEVE; (Jr.); Samantha; Education. LINDLEY, JOHN ARTHUR; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Tau Omega. LINDSEY, FRANKIE CAROL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. LINDSEY, LINDA JOYCE; (Soph.i; Jachin; Arts and Sciences. LIPKIN. LINDA ELYSE; (Soph.); Miami Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. LIPSCOMB, JANET ELAINE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. LIPSON, HARRY AARON; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. LIPTON, JOANNE; (Fr.i; Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Sig- ma Delta Tau. LIST, TERR ' ; (Jr.); Eastaboga; Engineering. LITTLE, HENRIETTA; (Soph.); Chickasaw; Arts and Sciences; Sig- ma Delta Tau. LITTLE, VIRGINIA ALLISON; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. LIVEOAK, TALMADE WADE; (Fr.); Ft. Eustis, Virginia; Com- merce and Business Administration. LIVINGSTON, MARGARET LOUISE; (Fr.); Flint; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. LIVINGSTON, TRUDY LANGFORD; (Jr.); Akron; Education. LLOYD, JAMES SMITH; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LLOYD, BEVERLY JO; (Jr.); Mobile; Education. LLOYD, JUDITH ANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. 534 Undergraduates LOCKARD. CHARLES VERNON; ijr. i; Montgomery; Engineering. LOCKARD. JULIA ANN; iSoph. i; Montgomery; Education. LOCHART, DANNY C; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. LOCKHART, JAMES ROBERT; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LOCKLIN, LYNNE SUZANNE; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Education. LOEB, BEVERLY ANNE; iJr.i; Huntsville; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. LOEB, JACK, JR.; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. LOFTIN, SAMUEL LAMAR; (Jr.); Nicholsville; Engineering. LOFTIN, THOMAS DAVID; (Jr. i; Piedmont; Engineering. LOFTIS, VICKI KAY; iFr.j; Demopolis; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. LOGAN, DENNIS ALLEN; (Jr.;; Annandale, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LOGAN, JAN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. LOGAN, LINDA GAYLE; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. LOGAN, VICKI ELAINE; (Soph, i; Sylacauga; Home Economics. LOGAN, VIVIAN JANE; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. LONDON, DAVID ALFRED; (Jr.:; Athens; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. LONG. MARY DUDLE " ) ' ; (Fr.i; Uniontown; Education; Chi Omega. LONG, PATRICIA LOUISE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Gamma Delta. LONG, ROLAND RAMSEY, JR.; (Fr.i; Pahokce, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. LORD, RODNEY ALBERT; (Fr.i; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. LORENZA, JEAN ANN; (Soph.i; Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. LOTHROP, SHERYL LYNN; (Fr.i; Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. LOTT, MARILYN MANNING; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; LOUIE, CLARA M.; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. LOVELACE, EDWIN McKENZIE; (Jr.i; Brewton; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. LOVELACE, GERRY MELISSA; (Jr.); Fairfax; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LOVELADY, ROBERT PHILIP; (Fr.i; Dora; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. LOVELADY, VICKI SUE; (Fr.); Hanceville; Arts and Sciences. LOVEMAN, ARTHUR RANDOLPH; (Fr.); Gadsden; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. LOVOY, LEE S.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering. LOWE, ALLETA ANN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. LOWE, NJC ' ILLIAM DAVID; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. LOWERY, ALICE LYNN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education. LOWRY, INDIA PATRICIA; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. LOWTHER, JOHN GEORGE; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Chi. LOYD, ROBERT THOMAS; (Soph.i; Gunter AFB; Educatio; Delta Tau Delta. LOYD, SHARON DEAN; (Fr.i; Stevenson; Home Economics; Delta Zeia. LUCK, SHARON JOAN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Ans and Sciences. LUDWIG, JOHN M.; (Jr.i; Montevallo; Arts and Sciences. LUEBKE, GREGORY ARTHUR; (Jr.); Hales Corners, Wisconsin; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LUFF, JANICE ELAINE; (Soph.); Sheffield; Commerce and Business Administration. LUKER, PEGGY CHLOELENE; (Fr.i; Talladega; Education. LUMPKIN, EDDIE N.; (Soph, i; Gadsden; Education. LUMPKIN, LINDA ELLEN; (Jr.); Atmore; Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi. LUMPKIN, ROBERT COLEMAN; (Soph.i; Talladega; Engineering; Kappa Delta Sigma. LUNCEFORD, LINDA GAYLE; (Fr.); Fairfield; Education; Delta Gamma. LUNDBERG, DEBORAH LAVAUGHN; iSoph.i; Bay Minette; Arts and Sciences. LUNDY, CATHY; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. LUNT, ROBERT DEE; (Fr.); Wichita, Kansas; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. LUSCHER, HARRY ADAMS; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 535 Undergraduates i LUSK, SUSAN WYNELLE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. LUTZ. ELIZABETH SODDEN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LYERLY, RICHARD HOWARD; iSoph.); Birmini;ham; Arts and Sciences. LYNCH, DEWEY SPENCER, JR.; (Jr.); Decatur; Engineering. LYNCH, SLISAN ELLEN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. LYON, MARTHA JULIA; (Fr.); Bayou La Batre; Education. LYONS, MARY THERESA; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. LYONS, REBA MARSHALL; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LYON, MICHAEL DUANE; (Soph.i; Florence; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. LYONS, JAMES KELLY; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kap- pa Epsilon. McABEE, TON " ! ' LAMAR; (Jr.); Hartselle; Commerce and Business Administration. McADAMS, CHARLES STEPHEN; (Fr.i; Kennedy; Arts and Sci- ences. McADAMS, GEORGE WASHINGTON; (Fr.i; AliceviIIe; Arts and Sciences. McADAMS, WILLIAM GEORGE; (Soph.); Wiesbaden, Germany; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. McALEER, JOSEPH; (Fr. ); Mobile; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. McALPIN, CLIFFORD STILES; (Fr.); Gulf Breeze, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. McBRAYER, NICKY LARRY; (Jr.); Dothan; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. McBRIDE, SAMUEL WADE; (Soph.); Grant; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. McBURNEY, ELIZABETH LEE; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. McCABE, ANN PATTERSON; (Jr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. McCAFFERTY, CORINNA; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. McCAGHREN, MAR ' l ' BLAIR; (Fr); Huntsville; Home Economics. McCAIG, DELMAR LEE, JR.; ijr.i; Hueytown; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. McCain, DAVID OSCAR, III; (Jr.);Ashville; Engineering. McCAlN, SUS " " " " Zeta Tau Alpha. McCAlN, SUSAN CHRISTINE; (Fr.); Ashville; Arts an IS- d Scie 0 0 McCALEB, SHELBY BLAINE, HI; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alph,i. McCALLUM, CHARLOTTE ELAINE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. McCAMY, SARAH VIRGINIA; (Jr.i; Columbia, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. McCAMY, WILLIAM RUPERT; (Soph.i; Scottsboro; Arts and Sci- ences. McCARL, HOWARD HINDS; ijr. i; Florence; Engineering. McCARLEY, YVONNE; (Jr.i; Hamilton; Education. McCARVER, STEVEN ARTHUR; (Soph.); Prattville; Education. McCASKILL, MILDRED ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Tupelo, Mississippi; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. McCLUNE, CHARLES STEPHEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. McCONAGHY, MARVIN LEROY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. McCONNELL, EDDIE WHITFIELD; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McCORD, DEBORAH; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Mu. McCORKLE, BRENDA DIANNE; (Soph.); Sheffield; Arts and Sci- ences. McCORMACK, MARY HEATH; (Jr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. McCORMICK, LESLYE SUE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Home Economics. McCOWAN, JAMES; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. McCOY, DOUGLAS BAKER; (Soph.); Grosse Pointe, Michigan; Arts and Sciences. McCOY, DONNA JANE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. McCOY, JANE ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Jasper; Arts and Sciences. McCRACKEN, KENNETH; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. McCRARY, BETTIE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. McCRARY, JOE THIELE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. McCULLOUGH, GAY EOLIN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. McCULLOUGH, SUSAN LYNNE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Education. McCULLOUGH, THOMAS; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Engineering. 536 Undergraduates McCURD ■, JOHN FRANKLIN; ijr.i; Birmini;h.im; Engineenng; Pi Kappa Alpha. McCURLEV. SANDRA; (Fr. i; Pensacola, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. McCUTCHEON, DIANNE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arcs and Sciences; Alpha Delta Fi. McDADE, MVRA LEE; (Jr.); Carbon Hill; Education. McDANIEL, CHARLOTTE ELAINE; (Fr.i; Kennedy; Home Eco- nomics. McDANlEL, CHERYL GAY; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. McDANIEL, JOHN MILTON; (Jr.); Falls Church. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. McDANIEL MAR ' BLANCHE; (Soph.); Dancy; Education; Chi Omega. McDANIEL, TALETHIA SLIE; (Soph.); Cincinnati, Ohio; Engineer- ini?; Zeta Tau Alpha. McDERMOTT, ELIZABETH ANNE; (Jr.); Birmingh.im; Education McDonald, DEBRA ANN; (Fr.);Anniston; Education. McDonald. Elizabeth LEE; (Fr.); Lookout Mountain, Tennes- see; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. McDonald, Elizabeth LYNNE; (Jd; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. McDonald, GERALD WAYNE; Ijr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences. McDonald, JOHN weathers, jr.; (Soph.i; Pasadena, Califor- nia; Arts and Sciences. McDonald, LARRY B.; (jr. i; Decatur; Engineering. McDonnell, OWEN EDWARD, jr.; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. McDONOUGH, EDWARD BAILEY, JR.; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. McDowell, CAROLE LESLIE; (Fd; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. McDUFF, ALAN LEE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. McDUFF. DIANE; ( Ir. ); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. McELROY, REBECCA JERONE; (Jr.); Anniston; Education. McFERRIN, MARGARET FONTAINE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Ed- ucation. McGAHEY, THOMAS STEPHEN; (Jr.); Columbus, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. McGAUGHY, CANDACE M.; (Jr.); Montevallo; Arts and Sciences. McGEARY, RICHARD A.; (Jr.); Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Com- merce and Business Administration. McGEE, JAMES R., JR.; (Fr. ); Boaz; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi. McGEE, MARY JESSICA; (Fr. ); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. McGEHEE. WILLIAM BOYD, III; Talladiga; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McGINNIS, THEOLESTER; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Science.. McGONIGAL, BURKE LAND; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Delta Delta Delta. McGOUGH, GERALD R.; (Jr.) ; Honoraville; Engineering. McGOUGH, WILLIAM PATRICK. JR.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Science. McGRIFF, JOHN RUSSELL; (Soph.i; Verbena; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. McGUIYAN, PATRICK J.; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. McHALE, THOMAS EDWARD; (Jr.); Centreville; Engineering. McHATTON, STEPHEN RA ' i ' ; (Soph.i; Dothan; Arts and Science. McHUGH, JUDITH CAROLE; (Jr.); Orville; Education. McINTOSH. JOHN LARRY; (Soph.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. McINTYRE, HARRIET RUTH; (Fr.); Bessemer; Home Economics. McINTYRE, KATHY M.; (Soph.); Huntsville; Nursing. McKA ' l ' . CANDIE JANE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. McKAY, JAMES ERMON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. McKEE, RICHARD WILLIAM; (Fr.); Indianapolis, Indiana; Arts and Sciences. McKENZIE, MARGARET JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. McKENZIE, MARTHA TERRl; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Chi Omega. McKINNEY, JOHN MICHAEL; (Soph.); Miami, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Chi Phi. McKINNON, MOLLY SUZANNE; (Fr.); Dallas, Texas; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. McLANEY, RICHARD WAYNE; (Jr.); Sprague; Commerce and Business Administration. McLELLAN, GEORGE RICHARD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. 537 Undergraduates 1 v ■k£i £f 0f McLEMORE, JUDITH ANNETTE; (Soph.i; Decatur; Arts and Sci- etices; Pi Beta Phi. McLENDON, JOHN CLYDE; (Fr.i; Jackson, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration. McLEOD, DAVID COVINGTON; (Jr.j; Birminjjham; Commerce and Business Administration; Plii Gamma Delta. McLEOD, LUCIUS BONNER, 111; (Soph.i; Orlando, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. McLEROV, KATHRYN SUE; (Soph.i; Hetlin; Arts and Sciences. McLERO ' l ' , LARR ' VA ' NE; (Soph.); Rogersville; Arts and Sci- ences. McMAHAN. DARR ' L DUANE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. McMASTERS, MARY KATHERINE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. McMICKLE, GAIL LUCILE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Xi Delta. McMILLIAN, JON VERNON; (Jr.); Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. McMULLIN, INGRID KAY; (Jr.); Decatur; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi. McMURPH ' , EDWARD ROBINSON; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McMURPH ' , JOHN EARL. Ill; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts .ind Sci- ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McMURPH ' l ' , JOHN STEADMAN; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McMURPHY, RALPH JONES; (Jr.); Greenville; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. McMURTREY, AMY CECELIA; (Jr.); Killen; Education. McNEELY, PATRICIA ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. McNEFF, MARY DELANE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. McNEIL, CHARLES EDWARD, JR.; iSoph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. McNElL, GRETA CHARLENE; (Jr.i; Frisco City; Arts and Sciences. McNEIL, HARR ' RANDALL; (Fr.); Slocomb; Arts and Sciences. McNElLL, LINDA WORTH; (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Delta Gam- ma. McNEIL, MAUREEN ANNE; (Fr.i; Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. McNeill, MICHAEL DAVID; (Soph.); Selma; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. McRAE, TERRY STURGES; (Jr.i; Marianna, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. McREE, SANDRA ELAINE; (Jr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. McREYNOLDS. JAMES THOMAS; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration. McSHAN, REBECCA JANE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Nursing. McWATERS, SHEILA GAIL; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education. McWILLIAMS, FRANCIS D.; (Jr.); Covina, California; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. McWILLIAMS, REBECCA SUSAN; (Fr.i; Cherokee; Education. MACE, DAN ' ID WILLIAM; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MACE, STEPHEN ALLEN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MACHEK, NEAL JULIAN; (Soph, i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. MACKIN, DAVID EDWARD; (Soph.i; Guntersville; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Gamma Delta. MACKLE, MARGARET MARIE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. MACKSOUD, JOSEPH ALEXANDER; (Er.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration. MADDEN, DONNA MARIE; (Soph.i; Anniston; Home Economics. MADDOCKS, NANCY KATHRYN; (Fr.); Palatine, Illinois; Educa- tion. MADDOX, LISBETH HILL; i Soph, i; Jasper; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. MADISON, KATHERINE; (Jr.); Frankfurt, Germany; Education; Chi Omega. MAERCKER, GREGORY PAUL; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. MAGEL, NANCY LEE; (Fr.i; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. MAGRUDER, VIRGINIA LONG; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics; Alpha Gamma Delta. MAISEL, LEON; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. MAKOWSKl, VIRGINIA URSULA; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Education. MALKOVE, MARK EDWARD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering; Alpha Epsilon Pi. MALLORY, LINDA JEAN; (Fr.); Buzzard Gulch; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Beta Phi. MALLORY, LUCY; (Soph.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. MANDELL, MARK STEVEN; (Soph.); Crawston, Rhode Island; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. 538 MANER, JOSEPH RONALD; iSoph.i; Birmin ;li,im; Arts and Sci- ences. MANIS, KALLIOPE KATHERINE; (Fr.l; Reform; Education. MANN, CONNIE LYNN; iFr.j; Birminj;ham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. MANN, STEVEN DOMINICK; iSoph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Businc ' ss Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. MANN, TIMOTHY ISHAM; iSoph.); Northport; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. MANNING, PATRICKS GAYLE; iSoph.i; Frisco City; Arts and Sciences. MANTEL, ANNA FRANCES; iSoph.i; Montgomery; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MANUEL, PATRICIA ROSE; (Jr.); Washington. D.C.; Arts and Sciences. MAPES, NANCY GLENN; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. MAPES. TOM R.; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Education. MAPLES, JIMMY CHARLES; (Soph.i; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Chi. MAPLES, SAMMY; ( Fr. i; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. MARCH, GLADYS LOUISE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Home Economics; Chi Omega. MARCHANT, CHARLENE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MARCUS, ROBERT GLYNN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. MARINO, JOSEPH T.; (Fr.); Wayne, New Jersey; Engineering; Acacia. MARKHAM, REBECCA ANN; (Jr.); Winfield; Education. MARKOVIC, ELLIS ANDREW; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. MARKS, FLOYD BELL, III; (Jr.:; Tuscaloosa; Education; Beta Theta Pi. MARKS, SARAH SUZANNE; iSoph.i; Memphis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. MARLAR. JERR ' i ' DON; (Fr. ; Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. MARLEY. PEGGY M.; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. MARLOW, DEBRA JEAN; (Fr.i; Home Economics. MARQUIS, GARY G.; (Jr.); TuscaIoo.sa; Education. MARSH, MELISSA; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. MARSH, WILLIAM H., JR.; (Fr.); Bridgeport; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Acacia. MARSHALL, JERRY WAYNE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MARSHALL, JUDITH HELEN; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education. MARSHALL, PHILLIP TUCKER; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Siiima Nu. MARSHALL, RICK WILLIAM; (Soph.); Mobile; Engineering; Sig- ma Chi. MARSTELLER, WILLIAM RONALD; (Soph.); Jarrettsville, Mary- land; Education. MARTIN, CHARLES ALAN; (Jr.); Education; Theta Chi. MARTIN, DALE WALLACE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. MARTIN, JOSEPH PATRICK; (Jr.); Jasper; Home Exonomics; Phi Gamma Delta. MARTIN, LINDA JEAN; (Soph.); Nashville, Tennessee; Education; MARTIN, MARTHA ANNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. MARTIN, MELANIE GRACE; (Fr.); Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. MARTIN, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. MARTIN, SUZANNE CAROLYN; (Jr.); Brownsville, Tennessee; Ed- ucation; Chi Omega. MARTIN, THOMAS EDWARD; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. MARY, JAMES R., JR.; (Fr.i; Troy; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. MARZONI, JANE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Delta. MASINGILL, JOHN HENRY; ' (Soph.i; Russellvillc; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Kappa Psi. MASK, PATSY SUE; (Soph.); Alexander City; Arts and Sciences. MASON, PATRICIA LOUISE; (Jr.); Ozark; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. MASON, PRICILLA GAE; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. MASON, WILLIAM CLARK; (Fr.); Opp; Arts and Sciences; Acacia. MASSENGALE, BARBARA SUE; (Jr.); Greensboro; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Gamma Delta. MASSEY, CAROLINE BELL; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. MASSEY, DIANNE JOY; (Jr.); Greenville; Engineering. Undergraduates 539 Undergraduates MASSEY. JERR ' WAYNE; {Soph.i; Randolph AFB, Texas; Com- merce and Business Administration. MASSE ' , KAREN; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Education. MASSEY, LAURA JEAN; I Soph.); Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Pi Beta F hi. MASSEY, MARY ELIZABETH; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Home Econom- ics. MASSEY, SANDRE GAYLE; (Soph.i; Jackson, Mississippi; Educa- MASSIE, PHYLLIS CAROL; (Soph.); Northport; Nursing. MASTERS, LARRY WAYNE; (Fr.); Hueytown; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. MATE, CAROL ' N ANN; iFr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. MATHIS, JAMES HAYS; (Fr.); Fairhope; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MATSOS, MARY HELEN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. MATTHEWS, ALETHEA JO; (Fr.); Decatur; Home Economics. MATTHEWS, CARTER BROWARD. JR.; (Soph.); Mobile; Com- merce and Business Administration. MATTHEWS, CHRISTOPHER WARREN; (Fr.); Birmingham; En- gineering; Sigma Chi. MATTHEWS, FRANCES BRADLEY; (Soph.); Anniston; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. MAUGHAN, PAMELA JEAN; (Soph.); Benevola; Education. MAULDIN, MICHAEL CHARLES; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. MALJRER, MARGRETTA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Miami, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Chi Omega. MAXWELL, JOHN FRANCIS; (Fr.i; Birriiingham; Commerce and Business Administration. MAY, FRED G.; (Jr.); Jasper; Commerce and Business Administra- tion. MAY, MAR ' JANET; (Soph.); Florence; Education; Eappa Delta. MAZER, BARI DEE; (Fr.i; Birmingh,im; Education; Delta Phi Epsi- lon. MAZZONE, RICHARD T.; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. MEADOWS, DANNY ONEIL; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MEADOWS, JENNIGER LYNN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MEADOWS, L ' NNA TOM; (Fr.); Collinsville; Home Economics; Chi Omega. MEANS, CATHERINE; l Fr.i; Aliceville; Arts and Sciences. MEANS, WILLIAM EDWARD; (Fr.); Butler; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. MEANS, WILLIAM M, JR.; (Jr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. MEDDERS, CAROL ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. MEDWTCK, LEE NOEL; (Soph.); Perth Amboy, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. MEISSNER, DANIEL MAX; (Soph.); Blue Springs; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Chi. MELODY, EDWARD BRUCE; (Jr.); Guntersville; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. MELTON, ELIZABETH ANN; (Jr.); Foley; Education. MEON, MICHAEL JOHN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. MEON, PATRICIA MARGARET; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. MERIWETHER, GORDON KENYON; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. MERl OC ' ETHER, JOHN SAMUEL, JR.; (Soph.); Eutaw; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. MERK. E. LEE; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. MERKL, JOHN TIMOTHY; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering; Delta Chi. MERRIAM, EVEL ' l ' N ANN; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. MERRILL, THOMAS PAUL; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. MESSERSMITH, RUSSELL OLIVER; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Phi Kappa Sigma. METCALFE. WILLIAM LEVAUGHN; iJr.i; Midfield; Commerce and Business Administration. METRO, JAMES J.; iSoph.); Selma; Arts and Sciences. METZGER, LEONARD HERBERT; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. METZGER. RICK; (Jr.); Meridian. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. MEYER, CHARLES ANDREW; (Fr.); Dunedin, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MEYER, ELLEN ISOLA; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. MIDDLEBROOKS, DAVID JAMES; (Soph.); Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. MIDDLETON, HARRISON. JR.; (Soph); Bridgeport; Arts and Sci- ences. 540 MIDDLETON, LYNN MARIE; (Soph.); Florence; Physical Therapy; Alpha Gamma Delta. MIDDLETON, MARY KATHI; (Jr. i; Jackson, Mississippi; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. MIDGLE ' , CHARLES SHEPARD; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha. MIDKIEF, ANN CORNELL; (Fr.i; Maxwell AFB; Education; Chi Omena. MIKLOUCTCH, TERRANCE FRANK; (Fr.i; Hunisvillc; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Sif ma Phi Epsilon, MILAM, DAVID LAWRENCE; (Sophi; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. MILAM. JERRY MITCHELL; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. MILES, LAURA JEAN; (Soph.); Fayette; Education. MILHOUS, FRANKLIN LEMUEL; (Fr.); Mary Esther, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. MILIAN, BEAKIE K.; (Soph.); Tampa, Florida; Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi. MILLAR, MELINDA LAURIE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MILLER, ANTHONY LEE; (Fr.); Buffalo, New York; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. MILLER, BEVERLY ANNE; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. MILLER, DAVID WINSTON; (Soph.); Mobile; En.mneering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. MILLER, DIMEROUS; iFr. ); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta. MILLER, FREDERICK JAY; (Jr.); Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. MILLER, GEORGE ANTHONY; (Jr.); Vinegar Bend; Arts and Sci- ences. MILLER. GREGORY E.; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Sigma Phi. MILLER, GWENDLYNE; (Fr.i; Vinemont; Education. MILLER, JAiMES HUGH, III; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MILLER, JOHN LEMUEL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Ai.iministr.ition. MILLER LARRY MILTON; (Jr.); PrattviUe; Arts and Sciences; Phi Si ma Kappa. m ' iLLER, LAURIE KATHLEEN; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Zeta. MILLER, MICHAEL; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. MILLER, MICHAEL HOUSTON; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. MILLER, MIKE JOSEPH; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. MILLER, NANCY ANN; (Soph.); Columbus, Georgia; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Omicron Pi. MILLER, PEGGY ANNE; (Soph.i; Buggtussle, Texas; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. MILLER, STEPHEN DUNCAN; ( Fr.); Northbrook. Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. MILLER, VIRGINIA CAROLYN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. MILLNER. VAUGHN; (Soph.); Mobile; Home Economics. MILLS. CHARLENE JOY; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. MILLS. MARTHA FAY; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. MILLS. RONALD FORREST; (Fr.); Brewton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. MILLS, SARAH JOY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. MILSTEAD, BARBARA ANN; (Fr.); Fairfax, Virginia; Arts anc Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. MILTON, MICHAEL JOSEPH; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. MIMS, CARL EDWARD; iFr.i; Sylacauga; Education. MINCE, VERNON AUBREY, JR.; (Jr.i; Fort Payne; Commerce and Business Administration. MINETTE. JANE ROSALYN; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. MINOR, JONATHAN ROBERT; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MINSLOFF, WILLIAM DON; (Fr.); Butler; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, MINTER, MARY ANN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Education. MINTZ, ANN LOWELL; (Fr.); Anniston; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. MINTZ, DAVID NEAL; (Jr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, DEWEY DEE; (Soph.); Florence; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. MITCHELL, GEORGE RODNEY; (Jr.); Evergreen; Arts and Sci- ences. MITCHELL, GUY KENNETH, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engi- neering; Kappa Alpha. MITCHELL, NANCY KAYE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Education; Kappa Delta. MITCHELL, NED A.; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. Undergraduates JtJliik 541 Undergraduates MITCHELL, RALPH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. MITCHELL, RICHARD; (Soph.i; Blacksburg, Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Delta Theta. MITCHELL, SAMUEL EARL, JR.; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Engineer- ing. MITCHELL, SANDRA JUNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics. MITCHELL, SANDRA SUE; (Soph.); Anniston. MITCHELL, WILLIAM HOUSTON; (Jr.); Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences. MITCHEM. LINDA CAROLYN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Econom- ics; Pi Beta Phi. MIXON. HARR ' NELSON; (Soph.); Ozark; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. MIXON, JOHN GORDON, JR.; (Fri; Georgiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. MIZE, EDNA EARL; (Soph.); Millport; Education. MOBLEV, GAR ' DOYLE; (Fr.); Centerville, Tennessee; Engineer- ing. MOBLEY, SHEILA JOYCE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. MOELLER, JOHN EARNEST; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MOFFETT, ROBERT PARKER, JR.; (Jr.i; Downers Grove, Illinois; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MOIR, RA ' i ' MOND LEE; (Soph. ); Audubon, New Jersey; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. MOLETT, ELIZABETH GRANT; (Soph.i; Lafayette, Louisiana; Ed- ucation; Alpha Omicron Pi. MONEY, JOSEPH LEE; (Fr.i; Goshen; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. MONGER, JOHN STEPHEN; (Jr.); Madison; Arts and Sciences. MONROE, WILLIAM EARL; (Jr.); Clanton; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. MONTE, JOSEPHINE BARBARA; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. MONTGOMERY, LARRY CLAY; (Jr.); Florence; Engineering; Kap- pa Sigma. MONTGOMERY ' , ROBERT MAURICE; (Soph.i; ShelbyviUe, Ken- tucky; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT WILLIAM; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. MOOD ' , ALICE; ijr. i; Montgomery; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. MOODY, JANE H.; (Jr.i; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MOON, WILLIAM ALLEN; (Fr.); Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. MOORE, CHERYL ANNE; (Fr.j; Merriti Island, Florida; Arts and Sciences. MOORE, DEBORAH ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Cookeville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. MOORE, ELLEN MARIE; (Soph.); Loxley; Arts and Sciences. MOORE, FRANKIE PAULETTE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. MOORE, GLORIA U; (Fr.i; Coker; Home Economics. MOORE, JACKSON WATTS; (Jr.); Clanton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MOORE, JANE EVELYN; (Soph.i; Winfield; Home Economics. MOORE, JERRY LYNN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Chi Phi. MOORE, JOHN ROBERT; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. MOORE, JULIE ANNA; (Soph.i; Hueytown; Education; Delta Zeta. MOORE, KATHLEEN MAURA; (Soph.i; Sheffield; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. MOORE, KAYE VIRGINIA; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. MOORE, LINDA ELAINE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. MOORE, LINDA FRANCES; (Fr.i; Wetumpka; Education; Pi Beta Phi. MOORE, LINDA GAIL; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. MOORE, LINDA JUNE; (Jr.i; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. MOORE. MARY EMILY; (Soph.); Dyersburg, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. MOORE, MARTHA HERRINGTON; (Soph.); Selma; Home Eco- nomics; Kappa Alpha Theta. MO ORE, MELBA DEE; (Jr.); Bankston; Education. MOORE, NORMAN LEWIS; (Fr.); Oxford; Arts and Sciences; Lamb- da Chi Alpha. MOORE, OLIVIA JO " i ' CE; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. MOORE, SYLVIA ANNE; ( Fr.); Bessemer; Education. MOORE, THOMAS F.; (Fr. ); Mountain Brook; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. MORAGUES, JANET ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 542 Undergraduates MORGAN, ELIZABETH EUGENIA; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Del- ta Delta Delta. MORGAN, ERNEST SPENCER; iFr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. MORGAN, HENR ■ STIENDORFF, JR.; (Fr.i; Opp; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. MORGAN, JAMES FERRY; iFr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. MORGAN, MARTHA IRENE; (Fr.); Luverne; Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, MEREDITH VICTOR; (Jr.); Pasadena, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. MORGAN, PAUL THOMAS; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Theta Chi. MORGAN. PEGGY L.; (Jr.); Bremen; Education. MORGAN, RAY HAMMOND; (Jr.); Monroeville; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. MORGAN, WILLIAM CLEVE, JR.; (Fr.i; Catherine; Commerce and Business Administration. MORRIS, BUFORD HARRISON; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. MORRIS, DONALD JAMES; (Soph.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. MORRIS, NEENA YUVONNE; (Soph.); Danville; Education. MORRIS, RAYMOND DICKEY; (Soph.); Hazel Green; Commerce and Business Administration. MORRIS, ROBERT WILLIAM; (Soph.); Hartford; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. MORRIS, THOMAS BAUGHN; (Fr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. MORROW, JOHN ALBERT; (Fr.i; Russellville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. MORROW, PEGGY LYNN; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. MORTHLAND, EDITH PLANT; (Fr.); Selma; Home Economics; Kappa Delta. MORSE, FREDA VIRGINIA; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. MORTON, CAROL A.; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. MORTON, MILDRED REBECCA; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. MOSELY, CHARLES MARK; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. MOSELEY, MARIAN L.; (Jr.); Robertsdale; Education. MOSELEY, WILLIAM GRAHAM, JR.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. MOSS, MARSHALL NORMAN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. MOSS, ROBERT WESLEY; (Fr.); Guntersville; Education; Pi Kappa Phi. MOVER, DONA JOSEPHINE; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. MUGLACH, MICHAEL MAURICE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. MUHLENDORF, DAVID MILTON; (Fr.); Sheffield; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. MULLINS, JAMES H.; (Soph.); Columbiana; Commerce and Business Administration. MULLINS, LARRY CHESTER; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. MULLINS, NELDA JEAN; (Jr. i; Clanton; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. MUNSON, CAMILLA MARGARET; (Fr.); New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. MURCH, CHESTER EDWARD, III; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. MURFEE, HOPSON OWEN; (Soph.); Prattville; Commerce and Business Administration. MURPHREE, JAMES PAUL; (Jr. i; Oneonta; Commerce and Business Administration. MURPHY, KAREN BETH; (Fr.); Anniston; Education. MURPHY, RICHARD ALLEN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Sit;ma Kappa. MURPHY, BILL CLIFTON, JR.; (Jr.); Anniston; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MURPHY, TIMOTHY HUNTER; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. MURRAY, CHRISTINE BURGESS; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Gamma. MURRAY, JAMES VINCENT, III; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. MURRELL, PAUL MERTIUS; (Soph.); Prattville; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. MURRIE, JAMES IRVIN; (Fr.i; Russell, Illinois; Engineering. MUSE, SYBIL ANN; (Soph.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Al- pha Omicron Pi. MUSICK, JUDY KATHRYN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Home Econom- ics; Alpha Delta Pi. MUSSO, LOUIS VINCENT, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. MYERS, JOHN E.; (Jr.); Springport, Indiana; Education. MYERS, LINDA JEAN; (Jr.) ; Jasper; Education. l1 ' ? 543 Undergraduates ' - ' I P - W-JI M ' ERS, PEGC) ' L " 1 ' NN; (Fr. I ; Birmingham; Home Etonomus. iXn ' NES, BEVERLY- ANN; (Jr.); Decatur; Education. n•RlCK, GLORIA IDELLE; (Soph.i; Greenville; Arts and Sciences. NABORS. JANET CAROLE; (Fr.); Decatur; Education. NADER, JOSEPHINE LOUISE; {Soph.i; Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. NAIL, MARY KATHERINE; (Fr.i; Cardiff; Education. NANCE, WILL MC LAIN; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. NASH, GRAHAM A.; iSoph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences NASH, PHYLLIS ELLEN; (Fr.); Coral Gables, Florida; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. NASH, ROGER WADE; (Fr.i; Miami, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. NASH, SHARON ANN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. NAUMANN, DAVID WILLSON; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Theta Chi, NEAL, GEORGE MARION; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. NEAL, ROBERT EUGENE; (Jr.i; Merritt Island, Florida; Engineer- ing. NEAL, RONALD THOMAS, (Jr.i; Merritt Island, Florida; Engineer- ing. NEALE, SHIRLEY ' ; (Soph.i; Columbus, Ohio; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. NEAS. GEORGE MARCUS, III; (Soph i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. NEELY, CHESLE ' l ' BURTON; (Fr.i; Alexander City; Engineering. NEELI ' . JENNIFER LEE; (Fr.); Columbia, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega. NEERGAARD, MARILYN TRENT; (Soph.;; University; Education. NEIGHBORS, CLARA ANN; (Jr.i; Alexander City; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega. NELSON. GEORGE AUGUSTUS, 111; iSoph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. NELSON, JAMES C; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. NELSON. JULIA DUNCAN; (Fr.i; Athens; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. NELSON. LINGA KATHLEEN: ( Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. NELSON, REBECCA LOUISE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. NESMITH, JACKIE ALLEN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. NETTLES, CLEMENT B.; iSoph.); Monrocville; Arts and Sciences. NEWBERR -, ROBERT CARL; iFr.); Eclectic; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phe Kappa Si. NEWMAN, ANNE MOSS; (Fr.i; San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Beta Phi. NEWMAN. DAVID ROBERT; (Fr.i; Troy; Engineering; Pi Kappa Phi. NEWTON. DEBORAH HEAN; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. NEWTON. MIRIAM HOWARD; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. NICHOLLS. ROBERT WESLEY; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. NICHOLS. GEORGE WASHINGTON; (Soph.); Columbia. Ten- nessee; Tau Kappa Epsilon. NICHOLS. JOHN CHRISTOPHER; (Soph.); Phenix City; Education. NICHOLS. KATHARINE JACKSON; (Soph.); Bessemer; Home Ec- onomics. NICHOLS, KATHLEEN CLARKE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. NICHOLS, NANCY LEOTA; (Fr.); Winchester, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. NICHOLS, WALTER GARY; (Soph.); Phenix City; Engineering. NICOL, IRENE MARSHALL; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. NIELSEN, KNUD. Ill; (Soph.); Evergreen; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. NILES, WILLIAM G.; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. NIX. ERIC K ' LE; (Jr. ); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Delta Chi. NIXON, BEVERLY JEAN; (Fr.); Panama City, Florida; Home Ec- onomics; Phi Mu. NIXON, JOHN HCOWARD. JR.; (Soph.); Homewood; Arts and Sciences. NOLAN. CYNTHIA E.; (Jr.); Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. NOLAND, MARY KATHLEEN; (Jr. i; Montgomery; Engineering. NOLEN, CRUSE PATTON; (Fr.i; Florence; Arts and Sciences. NOLEN. ELIZABETH MARION; (Fr.); Montgomery; Home Eco- nomics; Pi Beta Phi. 544 NOLEN, GEORGE CRAM; (Fr.i; Birrainphjm; Commerce- jnd Busi- ness Ai.lministr.itu)n; Phi Gamma Delta. NOLEN. JOHN VENABLE; (Jr.); Alexander City; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. NOOJIN, MARTHA ELIZATETH; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta, NOONAN. CHARLES E.; (Soph.i; New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. NORRIS, MARIA ELENA; iFr.i; Trussville; Education. NORRIS, JAMES ALLEN; (Fr.i; Federal Way, W.ishin,i;ton; En.m- neerini;. NC RRIS, RONALD HARDIN; (Jr.); Northport; Engineering. NORRIS, STEPHEN LESLIE; (Fr.i; Arlington, Virginia; Engineer- ing. NORTHINGTON, LARRY WAYNE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. NCWTON, ELEANOR ANNE; iSoph.i; Fort Walton, Florida; Arts and Sciences. NORTON. THC MAS EDWARD; (Jr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. NORVELL. SAMUEL STRUDWICK; (Fr.i; Florence; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha. NOWLIN. ALICE YANCEY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. NOYES, MARGARET ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences. NLINN, JULINA MACK; (Jr.i; Athens; Commerce and Business Administration. NUNNALLY, LAWRENCE GORDON; ijr.i; Tuscaloosa; Engineer- ing; Theta Tau. NUNNELLEY, JOSEPH McCONNELL. Ill; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. OBEAR, PEGGY LOUISE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. O ' BRIEN, JAMES CHRISTOPHER; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. O ' BRIEN, JiOHN BOWE; (Jr.); Florence; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. O ' BRIEN, MICHAEL ANTHONY; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. O ' CONNOR, FRANCES ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. O ' CONNOR, KATHLEEN DAWN; (Fr.i; Glenview, Illinois; Edu- cation; Chi Omega. O ' CONNOR. WILLIAM FITTS; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. ODEN. RICHARD EUGENE; (Soph.i; Birmingh.im; Engineering. ODOM. HARC:)LD LEE; (Fr.i; Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences. ODOM. RONALD DAVID; (Jr.i; Attalla; Arts and Sciences. ODOM. SLISAN; (Jr. i; Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. O ' DONNELL, MAUREEN ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration. O ' DONNELL. MICHAEL RICHARD; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. OGBURN. DAVID WINTHROP; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. OGLE, THOMAS LAWRENCE, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. OGLESBY. JUD ' l ' DIANE; (Soph, i; Reform; Education. O ' GRADY. PATRICE ROBIN; (Fr.i; Millington. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. O ' HEAR, JOHN WALLACE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. OLANDER. CARL WILLIAM, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. OLDACRE. BRENDA JOYCE; (Fr.i; Somerville; Home Economics. OLENSKY. JOANNE; (Soph.i; Mobile; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. OLIVER, JLID ' ' K.; (Jr.); Alex City; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. OLSZEWSKI, JOHN JOSEPH; (Jr.i; HuntsviIIe; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. 0 ' MAR ' . PHILLIS DIANN; (Fr.); Winfield; Nursing. O ' NEAL. ANITA MARIE; (Fr.i; Andalusia; Arts and Sciences. O ' NEAL. KLEBER MILLER, JR.; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences. O ' NEIL, ELIZABETH JANE; (Soph.); Veto Beach. Florida; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. O ' NEIL. SUSAN JEAN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. O ' NEILL, JOHN; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration; Delta Tau Delta. ORKIN, THEODORE STANLEY. JR.; (Jr.); Jackson. Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. OREAR, CAINE. Ill; (Fr.i; Jasper; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. ORR. BETT ' l ' E ANN; (Soph.); Florence; Education; Chi Omega. O ' STEEN, BRAMLETT F.; (Jr.i; Tuscumbia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. Undergraduates ■tVJ .Vf 1 P -I J p r 545 Undergraduates OSWALT, WILLIAM MOLLIS; (Fr.); Winfield; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. OTT, THOMAS HENRY; (Soph.); Thomasvilic; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Sigma Nu. OTTS, RICHARD LEMUEL; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. OUZTS, DAVID DUANE; (Fr.); Chelmsford, Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences. OVERSTREET, PAUL ALEXANDER, JR.; (Fr.); Collinsville; Arts and Sciences. OVERTON, DEBRA DALE; (Soph.); Double Springs; Education. OVERTON, LIVINGSTON B., JR.; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. OVERTON, SONDRA GAYLE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. OWEN, CAROLYN ANN; (Soph.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. OWEN, JERRY WAYNE; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Engineering. OWEN, PEGGY; (Jr.); Bay Minette; Commerce and Business Admin- istration; Chi Omega. OWEN, PETER WILLIAM; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Episilon. OWENS, PAMELA KAY; (Jr.); Monroeville; Education; Pi Beta Phi. OWENS. RONALD WALTER; (Jr.); Albany, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. OWENS. SAMUEL WOOD; (Jr.); Weaver; Chemistry; Phi Kappa Psi. OZBIRN, THOMAS WASHBURN, JR.; (Fr.); Florence; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. OZMENT, GERAL DEENE; (Soph. ); Emelle; Nursing. PADALINE, MICHAEL LEE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. PAGE, LINDA GAYLE; (Soph.); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences. PAGE, MYRON JOSEPH; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. PAGEL, LESLIE JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. PALMER, CAROL ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Montgomery; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. PALMER, GENIE B; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics. PALMER, JERRY X ' A ' iNE; (Soph. ); Andalusia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. PALMER, MADOLYN; (Soph.); Miami, Florida; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. PALMER, PAMELA JANICE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Zeta. PALMORE, ROSEANNA LEIGH; iFr.); Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics. PANTHER, LOUIS JOSEPH, JR.; (Fr.); Louisville. Kentucky; Com- merce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. PAPAGEORGE. MARY ELLEN; (Jr.); Mobile; Education. PARAVINCINI, CAROL ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. PARDEN, STEPHEN ROY; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. PARDUE, MELISSA DIANE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Zeta. PARDUE, RICHARD MAXWELL. (Jr.i; Mobile; Engineering. PARDUE. STEPHEN CORD; (Jr.); Mobile; Engineering. PARISH, CHARLES ROBERT, JR. ' ; (Soph.); Jasper; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. PARK, WILLIAM MCCOY; (Soph.); HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. PARKER, CLAUDE ERNEST; (Jr.); Brewton; Arts and Sciences. PARKER, FRANK S.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. PARKER, JUDITH KAY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. PARKER. VIRGINIA KAYE; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PARKER, WILLIAM CORBITT, JR.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. PARKS, WILLIAM EDWARD; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Commerce and Business Administration. PARNELL, CHARLES NICHOLS, III; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. PARNELL, WILHELMINA MUCKELRATH; (Jr.); Thomasville; Ed- ucation; Alpha Gamma Delta. PARR, BRENDA JOYCE; (Fr.); Decatur; Education. PARRA. BARBARA DENNICE; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences. PARRISH. BARBARA IRENE; (Soph.); Blountsville; Arts and Sci- ences. PARRISH, DORIS PATRICIA; (Jr.); Berwy, Georgia; Home Eco- nomics; Alpha Delta Pi. PARROTT, SUZANNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. PARRY, VIRGINIA ANN; (Fr.); Decatur; Commerce and Business Administration. 546 Undergraduates PARSONS, CARL PITTMAN; (Fr.); Fairfield; Commerce- and Busi- ness Admmistration; Beta Theta Pi. PARSONS, RUSSELL FRANKLIN; (Soph.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration. PARTESOTTI, LAWRENCE FREDERICK; (Jr.); C o r o n a, New ' ork; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. PARTRIDGE, DAISY HELEN; (Jr.); Demopolis; Education; Kappa Delta. PARTRIDGE. WILLIAM EDDINS; (Soph.i; Demopolis; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PARVIN. KAREN LYNN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. PATE, JANIS CARSON; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. PATE, NANCY; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Phi Mu. PATE, RICHARD FLOYD; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. PATRICK, RAYMOND BRUCE; (Fr.); Columbus, Mississippi; En- gineering. PATTERSON, DAVID ROBERT; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi. PATTERSON, EDWIN WAYNE; (Soph.); Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. PATTERSON, GEORGE WAYNE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. PATTERSON, HARRIETT ELLEN; (Jr.); Bravard. North Carolina; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. PATTERSON, MICHAEL GLENN; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; En- gineering. PATTERSON, PHILIP LEN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. PATTON, BILLIE JEAN; (Soph.); Fort Payne; Education. PATTON, JOHN E.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Chi Phi. PATTON, MARTHA CHARLENE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. PATTON, PATRICIA ANN; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. PATTON, WILLIAM J.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Beta Theta Pi. PAYNE, JOHN ROBERT; (Jr.); Chickasaw; Commerce and Business Administration. PAYNE, LORENE LACY; (Jr.); HuntsviIIe; Education; Delta Delta Delta. PAYTON, RICHARD ALLEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. PEACOCK, TOMMY WAYNE; (Soph.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. PEAGLER, JACKIE DEAN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Engineering. PEAK, DONNA ALICE; (Fr.); Double Springs; Education. PEAK, TERRY CECIL; (Fr.); Cullman; Engineering. PEARCE, MARILYN; (Fr.); MonroeviUe; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. PEARCE, MARTHA SUE; (Fr.); Danville; Education, PEARSON, BARBARA ANN; (Jr.); CentreviUe; Arts and Sciences. PEARSON, JAMES ROBERT; (Soph.); Knoxville, Tennessee; Com- merce and Business Administration. PEARSON, JANE; (Fr.); Pine Hill; Ans and Sciences. PEARSON, MARY COLEMAN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PEARSON, PATRICIA KAY; (Fr.); CentreviUe; Education. PEARSON, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR.; (Fr.); HuntsviIIe; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. PEAT, DAVID MICHAEL; (Jr.); Ft. McClellan; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Chi. PECORINO, PETER CARMELA; (Soph.); Johnstown, New York; Engineering. PEDERSEN, ELIZABETH TANG; (Fr.); Downers Grove, Illinois; Arts and Sciences. PEEBLES, JANE FRANKLIN; (Fr.); Columbia, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. PENNINGTON, LAWRENCE HAMILTON; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. PENNINGTON, VADER ALDRIDGE; (Soph.i; DadeviUe; Com- merce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. PENTECOST, GERALD GASTON; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sci- ences. PERKINS, PAMELA KAYE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. PERKINS, RONNY LYNN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. PERRY, CHARLES L.; (Soph.); Centre; Engineering; Sigma Chi. PERRY, ELIZABETH CHOTARD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Delta. PERRY, GLORIA MURLINE; (Soph.); Fairhope; Education. PERRY, JACQUELYN KING; (Jr.); Hurtsboro; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. PERRY, KATHERINE ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. 547 Undergraduates A i f f m PERSONS. BENTON HOWARD; (Jr.); Annision; Commerce and Business Administration. PERSSE, JOHN JEFFERSON, JR.; (Fr.); Enterprise; Engineering; Theta Chi. PETELOS, JOHN NICK; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. PETERS, JOHN; (Jr.); Mentor, Ohio; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Theta Xi. PETERSON, KAREN ANN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. PETITTI, MAFALDA JEAN; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Education. PETRI, JORDON; (Jr.); Opehka; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. PETRI, JEAN MARIE; (Fr.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. PETRI, SHERRI L.; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education; Phi Mu. PETTEY, ROBERT HICKS; (Jr.i; Orlando, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. PETTUS, GORDON PETE; (Fr.); Alton; Education; Theta Chi. PHIFER, BEVERLY CLARKSON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. PHIFER, KAREN BRYCE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. PHILLIPS, ALVIN HENRY; (Soph.); Greenville, South Carolina; Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, ANN-RAE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. PHILLIPS, CHER ' L LINDA; (Fr.); Helena; Home Economics. PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE ANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. PHILLIPS, JOE SAM. JR.; (Jr.i; Winfield; Commerce and Business Administration. PHILLIPS, JOHNNIE; (Jr.); Painesville, Ohio; Education. PHILLIPS, LINDA JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Nursing; Alpha Omicron Pi. PHILLIPS, MARSHA KAY; (Soph.); Coral Gables, Florida; Educa- tion; Delta Phi Epsilon. PHILLIPS. RANDALL BURT; (Fr.); Florence; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM KENT; (Jr.); Dunedin, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha. PICAZA, ANITA ESTHER; (Jr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. PICKRON, MARY CELESTE; (Soph.); Opelika; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Beta Phi. PIERCE, LINDA FAYE; (Soph.); Wilmer; Arts and Sciences. PIGNATELLO, PETER JAMES; (Jr.i; Montclair, New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration. PIKE, LEE ELLISON; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. PINE, WILLIAM EARL; (Jr.); Andalusia; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. PIRKLE, JUDY CAROL; (Soph.i; Hueytown; Arts and Sciences. PITTMAN. MARY EMMA; (Fr.); Athens; Education; Chi Omega. PITTMAN, NURBORNE POWELL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Zeta Beta Tau. PITTS, ALAN JOSEPH; (Fr.); Pleasant Grove; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. PITTS, JILL SUZANNE; (Fr.); Bessemer; Education. PITTS, NANCY NEILL; (Fr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Kap- pa Kappa Gamma. PLANTAGENET, KAY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. PLOTT. GILBERT BRADLEY, III; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Engineer- ing. PLOTT, ROBERT GERALD; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. PLOTT, WALTER EUGENE; (Fr.); Livingston; Engineering. PLUMMER, BARBARA BEELAND; (Jr.); Greenville; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. PLUNKETT, JAMES TIMOTHY; (Soph.); Arab; Engineering. PLUNKETT, JOSEPH HOYT; (Jr.); Arab; Commerce and Business Administration. POELLNITZ, LAWRENCE RAYMOND; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. POER, JANET FAYE; (Soph.); Homewood; Home Economics. POHL, LOUISE ELLEN; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- POLIZOS, VICTOR GUS; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. POLLAN. EUGENE NEIL; (Fr.); Dothan; Engineering. POND, MICHAEL O.; (Fr.); Mobile; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. POOLE. ERNESTINE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. POOLE. WILLIAM STITT; (Jr.) Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. 548 POPE, JOHN QUILLON; (Soph.i; Huntsvillc; Commerce and Busi- ness Admmistraiion. PORCH, CAROLINE DUPRE; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Home Econom- ics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PORTER, JAMES WALLACE, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arrs and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. PORTER. M. BELINDA; (Soph.); Charlotte, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences. PORTERFIELD, WILLIAM BRUCE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. PORTNOY, DIANE LEE; (Fr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Delta Tau. POSEY, CAROLYN RUTH; (Fr.); Mouiton; Education. POSEY, DONNA MARIE; (Jr.); Siluria; Education; Delta Zeta. POSEY, LINDA DIANE; (Jr.); Mouiton; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. POSEY, SUSAN ANN; (Soph.); Haleyville; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. POTEAT, BOYD DEAN; (Soph.); Camden; Arts and Sciences. POTTER, ALICE LENORA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Omicron Pi. POTTS, MARY CYNTHIA; (Jr.); Florence; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Zeta. POUNDERS, JOHN NORMAN; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Engineering. POW, WILLIAM ALEXANDER; (Soph.); CuUowhee, North Caro- lina; Commerce and Business Administration. POWE, HARRY ALEXANDER, 111; (Soph.); Uniontown; Com- merce and Business Administration. POWELL, BRENDA ANN; (Jr.); Fyffe; Commerce and Business Administration. POWELL, CYNTHIA LOVE; (Jr.); Eclectic; Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. POWELL, DONNA KAY; (Fr.); Cottondale; Arts and Sciences. POWELL, LARRY EDWARD; (Jr.); Fairfield; Engineering. POWELL, ROBERT KYLE; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. POWELL, ROGER WARREN; (Soph.); Joplin, Missouri; Commerce and Business Administration. PRERA, JORGE A.; (Jr.); Guatemala City, Guatemala; Engineering. PRESCOTT, ROBERT DANIEL; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Kappa Sigma. PRESCOTT, ROBERT KYTLE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. PRESLEY, MIMI REGINA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics. PRESTON, JANA CAMILLE; (Fr.); Danville, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. PRESTON, MARY DONNA; (Jr.); Danville, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. PRESTON, PATRICIA NIEL; (Soph.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. PREWITT, THERESA ELAINE; (Soph.); Fayette; Home Economics. PRICE, BARBARA RUTH; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. PRICE, PATRICIA ANN; (Jr.); Madison, Virginia; Home Economics. PRICE-WILLIAMS, RONALD THRONTON; (Jr.); Mobile; Com- merce and Business Administration. PRICE-WILLIAMS, TIM PAUL; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. PRICKETT, JOHN MERCER; (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. PRIDDY, BETTY NELL; (Soph.); SuUigent; Arts and Sciences. PRIESTER, JOSEPH BONDS; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. PRINE, JANET LEIGH; (Fr.); Coden; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. PRIOR, SUZANNE; (Fr.); Elba; Home Economics. PRITCHARD, JUDITH ANN; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. PROCTOR, KATHERINE ANICE; (Soph.i; Hartselle; Education; Al- pha Omicron Pi. PRUET, ARTHUR WESLEY; (Jr.); Atmore; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. PRUITT, JANET LYNN; (Jr.); HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. PRUITT, LYNDA KINSER; (Fr.); Hoover; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. PUCKETT, SAMUEL DALTON; (Fr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. PUGH, ROBERT LIVINGSTON; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. PULLIAM, DAQUIRI DEE; (Soph.); Foley; Home Economics. PURDY, JANIS LEE; (Fr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. PURYEAR, JO SEARS; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. PUTMAN, RONALD MALVERT; (Jr.); Princeton; Commerce and Business Administration. Undergraduates J 549 Undergraduates Jf m%mM PYRON, SARAH JOYCE; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. QUARLES, WILLIAM P.; (Fr.i; Decatur; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. QUEDEWEIT, GREGG ALLAN; (Soph.i; York; Commerce and Business Administration. QUICK, SARA ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Trussville; Arts and Sciences. QUIGGINS, RICHARD STONE, II; (Jr.j; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. QUINN, CHARLES MICHAEL; (Fr.t; Enterprise; Commerce and Business Administration. QUINN, DEBORAH KAY; ( Fr.i; Birmingham; Education. QUINN, EMILY ALANE; (Fr.»; Oneonta; Arts and Sciences. QUINNEY, DALE E.; (Fr.i; Gallion; Arts and Sciences. RAAB, DONALD EMIL; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. RAAB. KATHLEEN DORIS; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. RABON, EDD CARTER; (Jr.i; Atmore; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. RABON, ROBERT MCQUEEN; (Soph.); Aliceville; Commerce and Business Administration. RABY. SUSIE LOUISE; (Fr.); Linden; Arts and Sciences. RACHEL, JANNICE CATHRINE; (Fr.); Roanoke; Nursing. RADCLIFF, ROBIN; (Fr.); Andalusia; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. RADIN, JANE; (Jr.); Miami Beach, Florida; Education; Delta Phi EpsiKjn. RADISON. FREDERICK JOSEPH; (Jr.); Munhall, Pennsylvania; Ed- ucation. RAFALSKY, CELESTE ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Hume Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. RAGSDALE, CAROL WALLER; (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. RAGSDALE, JAMES FORT; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. RAINER, JOEL MARBURY; (Jr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RAINER, WRENN SADIE; (Fr. ; Montgomery; Education; Kappa Delta. RAINES, CAROL ANN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. RAINES, DAVID STRATTON; (Jr.i; Gultport, Mississippi; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. RAINEY, D. RODGER; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. RAINS, JOSEPH F.; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi. RAKOWSKI, PAUL MATTHEW; (Fr.i; Medlord Lakes, New Jer- sey; Arts and Sciences; Acacia. RAKOWSKI, PETER ALEXANDER; (Fr.i; Medford Lakes, New Jersey; Engineering; Acacia. RALEY. CARL HAGOOD; (Jr. i; Atmore; Education; Delta Chi. RAMBEAU, RICHARD GRAY; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. RAMBO, WILLIAM GEORGE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Lambda Chi Alpha. RAMEY, RONALD LEWIS; (Fr.); Anniston; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. RAMSEY, RUBYE ANNE; (Fr.); Anniston; Education. RANDALL, CECIL GLEN; (Jr.); Vicksburg, Mississippi; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. RANDLE, JOHN ALAN; (Fr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. RANDLE, WINSTON HARRY; (Fr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. RANDMAN, LYDIA CAROL; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. RANDOL, SALL ' l ' ANN; ( Fr. i; Letohatchee; Arts and Sciences. RANDOLPH, HARRISON DEMER; (Fr.;; Avondale, Georgia; En- gineering; Kappa Alpha. RAST, MARTHA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Econom- ics; Kappa Delta. RAST, NANCY BURKE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. RATCLIFF, SANDRA JO; (Soph.); Hanceville; Home Economics. RAWLINSON, GLENDA LOU; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. RAWLINSON, SANDRA JANICE; (Jr.); Deatsville; Arts and Sci- ences. RAWLS, CHARLES ALVA; (Fr.i; Eclectric; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. RAY, JANIS; (Soph.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. RA ' , JERR ■; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. RAY, JIMMIE W.; (Jr.; Silas; Education. RA ' , JOHN RICHARD; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. 550 RAY, LESLIE ERIC; (Jr. ); Prattville; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. RAY, MARY COLQUITT; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. RAY, MICHAEL STEPHEN; ( Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. RA ' l ' , ROBERT CRAIG; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. RAYFIELD, JAMES WILLIAM, JR.; (Jr. I; Union Springs; Com- merce and Business AdministratiDn; Phi Kappa Psi. RAYMON, TERl; (Fr. i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. REAMS, PAUL ELLISON; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. REASOR, KAREN LAVERNE; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. REAVES, RANDOLPH PIERCE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Sii;ma Nu. REDDING, PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.); Daphne; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. REED, JENNIFER JUNE; (Fr.); Bay Minette; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. REED, JOHN RICHARD; (Soph.i; Pinson; Chemistry. REED, JUDITH ANN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. REED, ROBERT JENNINGS; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business. REEDER, BOBBY WAYNE; (Jr.); Cullman; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. REEKS, MARGO; (Fr.); Ashland City, Tennessee; Education; Alpha Chi Omeua. REESE, DAVID KEITH; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering; Delta Chi. REESE, DONNA LINDSEY; (Jr. i; Daleville; Education. REESE, KENNETH C; (Soph.i; Daleville; Engineering; Acacia. REESE, RICHARD DAVID; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. REESE. WILLIAM DEXTER; (Fr.i; Mobile; Engineering; Phi Gam- ma Delta. REEVES, PHILLIP GLENN; (Soph.); Guntersville; Engineering. REEVES, RANDALL CURTIS; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. REEVES, RUSSELL CHESLEY; (Soph.); Vernon; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. REEVES, SARA KATHRYN; (Jr.); Troy; Education; Phi Mu. REICH. ADOLPH PHILIP; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administratinn; Kappa Alpha. REID. DANIEL BENGE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. REID, HELEN LOUISE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. REID. JESS LAWRENCE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. REID. LAW ANA GAY; (Fr.); Gardendale; Commerce and Business Administration. REID, LINDA RUTH; (Jr.); Hayden; Education. REID. MARTHA JANICE; (Fr.); Cherokee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. REID. MARTHA PATRICIA; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. REINBOLT, BRUCE JAMES; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. REINSCHMIDT, MARY ALICE; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. REITMEYER, HARRY ARTHUR. JR.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. RENZ. REX WARFIELD; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. REVELLE. LINDA KAREN; ijr. i; Columbus. Georgia; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. REYNOLDS. CAROL DALE; (Fr.); Anniston; Education. REYNOLDS. DAVID VICTOR; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. REYNOLDS, KENNETH RAY; (Fr.); Oxford; Engineering; Phi Kap- pa Sigma. REYNOLDS, RICHARD LEE; (Jr.); Pleasant Grove; Arts and Sci- ences. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM CUMBERLAND; (Fr.); Pittsburgh. Penn- sylvania; Arts and Sciences. REZNIK. M. DAVID; (Fr. ); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. RHEA. WILLIAM HENRY; (Soph.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. RHINEHART. DARMON ARTELLE; (Fr.); Little Rock. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences. RHODES. COLLEY; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Kappa Delta. RHODES. JOSEPH LOWREY; (Fr.i; Bay Minette; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. RHODES, MARY PATRICIA; (Jr.); Greensboro; Education. RIALL, BENJAMIN WILLIAM, JR.; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Tau Delta. Undergraduates 551 Undergraduates i 4 §k RICE, JANICE DIANE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. RICE, LINDA CAROL; (Soph.i; Hueytown; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. RICE, MARY BEVERLY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. RICE, MARY KATRENA; (Fr.); Huntsvillc; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. RICE, PEGGY L.; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. RICE, SHIRLEY LEIGH; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha. RICE, WILLIE E.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. RICH, PAUL RICE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. RICHARDS, DANNY ANDREW; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. RICHARDS, DAVID LESLIE; (Fr.); Geneva; Arts and Sciences. RICHARDS. NANCY LOU; (Soph.); Fayette; Arts and Sciences. RICHARDS, SUZANNE MARI; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education, Al- pha Xi Delta. RICHARDSON, DONNA KAY; (Soph.i; Pensacola, Florida; Educa- tion; Kappa Alpha Theta. RICHARDSON, THOMAS BENJAMIN, III; (Fr.); Talladega; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. RICHARDSON, WILLIAM TRAVIS; (Fr.); Brewton; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Gamma Delta. RICHERSON, LAURA LOUISE; (Fr.l; Daphne; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. RICHTER, BEVERLY ANN; (Soph.); Cullman; Education. RICHWINE, RICHARD DAVIDSON; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. RICKS, CANDACE ALICIA; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. RICKS, DORA ANN; (Soph.i; Tuscumbia; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. RIGDON, DAVID TEDRICK; (Jr.); Mississippi Ciry, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta. RILEY, GEORGE F; (Fr.); Montgomery; Engineering. RINGLAND, ADRIAN ALTON, III; (Soph,); Mountain Brook; En- gineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. RINGLAND, WILLIAM SPENCER; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Delta Kappa Epsilon. RIPLEY, MARK ORIN; (Jr.); Erie, Pennsylvania; Engineering. RITTMANN, CATHERINE ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. RIVES, OLIVIA WOODRUFF; (Jr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. ROBBINS, MARTHA RUTH; (Fr.); Killen; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. ROBBINS, MICHAEL WILLARD; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Beta Theta Pi. ROBBINS, RONALD XTLLIAM; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. ROBERSON, TOMMY HAROLD; (Fr.); Talladega; Commerce and Business Administration. ROBERTS, EDMUND CLAUDE, JR.; (Soph.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. ROBERTS, JEAN; (Soph.); Union City, Tennessee; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. ROBERTS, JOHN ALBERT; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. ROBERTS, LYNDA INEZ; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. ROBERTS, MARY EUGENIA; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERTS, PATRICIA ANN; (Jr.); Sheffield; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. ROBERTS, R. B.; (Jr.); Eufaula; Arts and Sciences. ROBERTS, STEVEN M.; (Fr.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Theta Chi. ROBERTS, WILLIAM MARION; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. ROBERTS, WILLIAM MICHAEL; (Fr.); Richmond, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. ROBERTSON, CAROL ANN; (Jr.); Cullman; Home Economics. ROBERTSON, CHARLIE; (Jr.); Lithia Springs, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration. ROBERTSON, JOHN C, JR.; (Soph.); Fayette; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. ROBERTSON, PATRICIA JANE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Econom- ROBERTSON, SANDRA LYNN; (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Beta Phi. ROBICHAND, MICHAEL JAMES; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. ROBINSON, BARBARA G.; (Fr.); Athens; Education. ROBINSON, CLARENCE ELMER; (Fr.); Whistler; Arts and Sci- ences. ROBINSON, CORNELIA KAY; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. 552 Undergraduates ROBINSON, DALE ODOM; (Soph.i; Millport; Comnu-rcc and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. ROBINSON, JAMES ALMO, 11; (Jr.);Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. ROBINSON, JAMES C; (Jr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. ROBINSON, MICHAEL ALAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. ROBINSON, PATRICIA JO; (Fr.); Huntsville; Ed ucation; Phi Mu. ROBINSON, RITA ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Chi Omega. ROBINSON, RODNEY MICHAEL; (Fr.); Hartford; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Phi. ROBINSON, ROSEMARY; (Jr.); Gadsden; Home Economics. ROBINSON, SUSAN ELAINE; (Soph, i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. ROBINSON, NX ' ARREN GLENN; (Fr.); Kankakee, Illinois; Arts and Sciences. ROBISON, BRENDA DIANNE; (Fr.i; Oneonta; Education. RODEN. BOBB " ! ' BR ■AN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. RODENBERRY, NITA ANN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Pi Beta Phi. RODGERS, NORMA SIDNEY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Delta Delta. ROGERS, ALEXANDRIA; (Fr.); Richmond, Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. ROGERS, DEBRA ANNE; (Fr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. ROGERS, DIANNE ROBERTA; (Fr.); Russellville; Education; Al- pha Gamma Delta. ROGERS, ELIZABETH B.; (Jr.); Eutaw; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. ROGERS, MARY ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Marion; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. ROGERS, NELLA CARTER; (Jr.); Athens; Education; Delta Delta Delta. ROGERS, NICHOLAS SENX ' ALL: (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha. ROGERS, RUTH COULBOURN; (Jr.); Eutaw; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. ROGERS, STEPHEN CLAYTON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROLLINS, RITA E.; (Jr.); Heflin; Education. ROMANO, DONALD M.; (Soph.i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. ROMICK, CYNTHIA STEELE; (Fr.); Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Alpha Theta. ROQUEMORE, PERRY CRAWFORD; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. ROSBOROUGH, WARREN A., Ill; (Jr.); Selma; Commerce and Business Administration; Acacia. ROSE, BETTY JEAN; (Soph.); Northport; Education. ROSE, CATHERINE JOAN; (Soph.); Northport; Education. ROSEN, HANNAH JOYCE; (Fr.); Andalusia; Home Economics; Delta Phi Epsilon. ROSENBAUM. ROBERT RAYMOND; (Fr.); Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. ROSNER, JANE STARK; (Jr.i; Mobile; Education; Sigma Delta Tau, ROSS, ALAN BUNKER; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. ROSS, ELLEN GA " 1 ' ; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Sigma Delta Tau. ROSS, EMMET SHERMAN; (Fr.); Grand Bay; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. ROSS, PHILLIP RODNEY; (Jr.); Chelsea; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. ROSS, STEPHEN LOWELL; (Soph.); DeLand, Florida; Arts and Sciences. ROSSON, ROBERT DEWITT; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences. ROTHSTEIN. LARRY MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Miami Beach, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. ROTON, RAYMOND LANIER; (Jr.); Tallassee; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROUSE, PAUL MASON; ' (Soph.); Gacfsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. ROUSH, LOIS BETH; (Fr.i; Falls Church, Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Delta Tau. ROUSSO, SUE ANN; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Phi Epsilon. ROUSSO, SOLOMON MORRIS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. ROWE, MARY GAIL; (Fr.); Decatur; Education. ROWELL, DONALD HODGE; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. ROWLAND, CLAUDIA MARIE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Education. RUCKS, MARTHA LYNN; (Jr.i; Epes; Home Economics. RUDD, MARY ANN; (Soph.); Ozark; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. £ M Au ©a 533 Undergraduates O Ir f RUDDER, MICHAEL THOMAS; (Jr.i; Dechcrd, Tc-nntssc-c-; Com- merce anil Business Admmisrranon; Phi Dclra Theta. RUDOLPH, FRANCES VIVIAN; (Frj; Albertvilie; Education; Pi Beta Phi. RUMLEW MARGARET ELIZABETH; Ijr.i; York; Home Econom- ics. RUMORE, DONNA JO; ( Fr.i; Birmingham; EJucation. RUMORE, TERRY LEON; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. RUSH, BEVERLY ' SUE; iFr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha. RUSH, JANETTE LYNN; iJr.i; Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. RUSHING, REBECCA KAY; Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. RUSSELL, DAVID CALDWELL; iFr.i; Selma; Commerce and Busi- ness Ai.]ministrati()n; Kappa Alpha. RUSSELL, DEBORAH SUE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. RUSSELL, DEXTER A.; iFr. i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. RUSSELL, GEORGE LARRY; (Fr.); McCalla; Engineering. RUSSELL, RALPH TIMOTHY; (Jr.i; Foley; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. RUSSELL, RODNE ' DON; (Jr.i; Cordova; Commerce and Business Administration, RUSSELL, RONALD MARK; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. RUSSELL, SAMUEL LEE; (Soph.i; McCalla; Commerce and Business Administration; Band. RUSSELL, STEPHEN VIRGIL; (Jr.i; Mobile; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. RUSSELL, SUSAN ANNA; (Jr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. RUTH, ELIZABETH FRANKLIN; (Jr.); Waterloo, Belgium; Educa- tion; Pi Beta Phi. RUTLEDGE, RONALD ALLEN; (Fr. i; Pleasant Grove; Engineer- ing; Theta Xi. RYAN, LINDA DARNELL; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Education. RYAN. RHONWYN KEITH; (Jr.i; Eva; Commerce and Business Administration. RYE, REBA; i Fr. i; Cullman; Arts and Sciences. RYMER, THOMAS MICHAEL; (Fr. i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. SAAD, GEORGE N.; iSoph.i; Dothan; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. SABO, SUELLEN; (Fr.i; Dothan, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. SALIBA, ' VONNE MICHELLE; (Jr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences. SALLA. TRISHA GEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. SALLOWAY, RONALD GLENN; (Soph.i; Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. SALMON, HERBERT SPENCER; (Soph.i; Mt. Brook; Arts and Sci- ences. SALNERS. LINDA LEE; (Jr.i; Northbrook, Illinois; Education; Pi Beta Phi. SALTER, CHESTER LEON, JR.; (Soph.i; Greenville; Commerceand Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. SALTER, REBECCA JAYNE; (Fr.i; Selma; Arts and Sciences. SANDERS, LAVERAL THERESA; (Jr.j; Mobile; Education; Chi Omeua. SANDERS, LEMUEL MOVE; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Delta Theta. SANDERS, SALLIE MARIE; (Jr.i; Cleveland, Mississippi; Home Ec- onomics; Kappa Delta. SANDERS, SUSAN EVELYN; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. SANDLIN, PAMELA; (Soph.i; Athens; Arts and Sciences. SANDLIN, S ■LVIA REBECCA; (Jr.i; Pansey; Arts and Sciences. SANFORD, LENORA KELLEY; (Jr.i; Wetumpka; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SARGENT, SUSAN A.; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. SATTERFIELD, CECIL EDWIN; (Jr.i; Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration. SATTERFIELD, CHARLES EDWARD; (Fr.i; Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. SATTERFIELD. DONNA PATRICIA; iSoph.i; Huntsville; Educa- tion; Pi Beta Phi. SAUER, MARY MICHAEL; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. SAULS, SHARON ANN; (Jr.i; Alalia; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. SAUNDERS, JOHN M.; (Soph.i; Abbeville; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SAVAGE, BETS ' ! ' ANN; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Delta Delta. SAVAGE, GENEVA; (Fr.); Fayette; Arts and Sciences. SAWYER, AMANDA ANNE; (Jr.); Fairhope; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. 554 Undergraduates SAWYER, SARA JO; (Jr.); Hanceville; Education. SAWYER, TONI JEAN; (Jr.); Bankston; Education. SAXON, JOHN DAVID; (Fr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences. SAXON, KERNEY WARD; iFr.i; Ft. Walton, Florida; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. SAXON, JOSEPH; (Fr. ); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. SAXTON, JAMES MOORE; (Fr.»; Little Rock, Arkansas; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. SCAIFE, CAROL ' l ' N; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. SCAIFE, JAMES GUY; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. SCALES, JOHN RICHARD; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. SCANNELLY, SAMUEL JOSEPH; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sci- ences. SCRBOROUGH, LINDA CAROL; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. SCARBOROUGH, NANCY MARGRET; (Fr.i; R,ileigh, North Car- olina; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. SCHAFFER, ALICE FITZGERALD; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. SCHAFFER, LINDA CAROL; (Soph.); Memphis, Tennessee; Educa- tion; Delta Phi Epislon. SCHELL, ANNE PATTON; (Jr.); Sheffield; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega. SCHEV, ROBERT EDWARD; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. SCHILLACI, BEN JOSEPH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. SCHNELL, LINDA RAE; (Jr.); Gallion; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. SCHULWOLF, LYNN NACE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Phi Epsilon Pi. SCHWARTZ, HARRIET SUE; (Soph.); Biloxi, Mississippi; Educa- tion; Sigma Delta Tau. SCIVLEY, DALE THOMAS; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. SCOGIN, MARY KATHRYN; (Jr. ); Birmingham; Education. SCOKEL, BEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SCONYERS, JANICE DIANE; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Education. SCONYERS, SHARON LEA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. SCOTT, HENRY ELDEN; (Fr.); Evergreen; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. SCOTT, JULIAN HARRIS; (Ft.); Selma; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. SCOTT, KATHRIN ANNE; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. SCOTT, KAYRON LEE; (Fr.); Boligee; Arts and Sciences. SCOTT, RAYMOND LARRY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SCOTT, ROBERT LOUIS; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Chi Phi. SCRUCjGS, JUDITH ANN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. STRUGGS, SHARON PAULETTL; (Jr.); Jasper; Education. SEABURY, JOHN ALAN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. SEALY, BRENDA ADELE; ( Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. SEARCY, KAY; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Arts and Sciences. SEARCY, MARGARET TYLER; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Delta Pi. SEARCY, MARTIN VAN; (Jr.); Jackson; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. SEARS, KATHY ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Tau. SEAY, LARRY KEITH; (Fr. i; Geneva; Arts and Sciences. SEDWICK, SARA COLEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. SEGREST, ANTHONY T.; (Jr.); Slocomb; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. SEGREST, JAMES M.; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. SEIDEL, MARGARET E.; (Jr.); Education; Alpha Xi Delta. SEIF, SHARON DIANNE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education. SEIFERT, WILLIAM ROSS; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. SEITHALLI, ALl; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. SELLERS, CLARENCE W.; (Fr.); Hueytown; Commerce and Business Administration. SELLERS, EDWIN LEIGH; (Jr.); Fairhope; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. SELLERS, NONA JOYCE; (Fr.j; Tuscaloosa; Education. ! ft ft -ft 555 Undergraduates . p} A f kmt SELLERS, SUE ELLEN; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha. SELMAN, MARGARET ANN; (Jr.); Birmmgham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. SENNA, HOWARD BROWN; (Jr.); Wethersfield, Connecticut; Ed- ucation. SENTZ, DOROTHY ANN; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences. SESSI, ANTHONY W.; (Soph.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. SESSIONS, RICHARD C; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. SEYMOUR, ROBERT ALAN; (Jr.); San Francisco, California; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. SHAFFER, MICHAEL JAN; (Jr.); Abingdon, Virginia; Commerce and Business Administration. SHAFTMAN, FREDRICK KRISCH; (Jr.); Roanoke, Virginia; Com- merce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. SHANKS, EMMALEE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phil. SHANNON, JAMES; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administratio n; Alpha Tau Omega. SHARPLESS, CARLTON PHILLIP; (Fr.); Fort Walton, Florida; Arts and Sciences. SHAW, LAURA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Grand Bay; Arts and Sciences. SHAW, ROBERTA FOX; (Jr.); Uniontown; Education; Chi Omega. SHEEHAN, THOMAS HOSKINS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Tau Omega. SHEFFIELD, PAULA RUTH; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. SHELLEM, CHRISTOPHER PAUL; (Soph.); Spartanburg, South Car- olina; Commerce and Business Administration. SHELLEY, WENDY; (Soph.); Troy; Arts and Sciences. SHELTON, STANLEY WAYNE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. SHEMPER, SAM; (Soph.); Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Epsilon Pi. SHEPHERD, DONALD MARTIN; (Jr.); Darien, Connecticut, Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. SHERER, CARL DOUGLAS; (Soph.); Sheffield; Engineering. SHERER. DALE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Delta Del- ta Delta. SHERIDAN, STEVEN RICHARD; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SHERMAN, SARAH ANN; (Fr.); Summerdale; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. SHERRER, JAMES HOMER; (Soph.); Cleveland; Arts and Sciences. SHERRILL, FRANCES MARION; (Soph.); Huntsville, Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. SHEVIN, STUART MORRIS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SHEWMAKE, LYNN ABERNATHY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Com- merce and Business Administration. SHIELDS, CLARK RICHARD; (Soph.); Decatur; Engineering. SHIELDS, PETER; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. SHILAND, RONALD MARK; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. SHILLINGBURG, GAYLE ANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. SHIMODA, SUE HARMI; (Fr.); Arab; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. SHINBAUM, RICHARD DAVID; (Soph.); Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SHIPLEY, MICHAEL JAY; (Soph.); Arts and Sciences. SHIPP, BERTIS NOLAN; (Jr.); Warrior; Engineering. SHIRLEY, DIANE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. SHIRLEY, POLLY; (Jr.); Northport; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. SHOCKLY, STEVEN BRUCE; (Soph.); Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Chi. SHOOK, BURTON SHERWOOD; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. SHOPE, iMARY NEAL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. SHOULTS, RICHARD WAYNE; (Jr.); Cullman; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. SHUGART, LYNNE; (Jr.); Fort Payne; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. SHUGART, SARAH RUTH; (Jr.); Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. SHULMAN, WILLIAM STANLEY; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. SHURETT, VIRGINIA DINDLEY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Eco- nomics; Delta Zeta. SIDES, LAWRENCE GROGAN; (Jr.); Fairfield; Engineering. SIEGEL, LANE; ( Soph, i; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. SIGMAN, GEORGE LAWRENCE; (Jr.); Jupiter, Florida; Arts and Sciences. 556 SIKES, MARGARET ELLEN; (Fr. i; Andalusia; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SILBERDRAUS, STUART FOSTER; iFrj; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. SILLS, ELAINE B.; (Jr. I; Huntsviile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. SILVERSTEIN, TERESA TAMM; (Jr.); Brownsville, Tennessee; Ed- ucation; Delta Phi Epsilon. SIMON, JESSE MORRIS; (Fr.i; Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration. SIMONETTl. ANDREW JOSEPH; (Fr.i; Fairfield; Commerce and Business Administration. SIMPKINS. PAULA DEANE; (Jr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. SIMPSON, ANTHONY RONALD; (Jr.); Gardendale; Commerce and Business Administration. SIMPSON, CAROL LYNNE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. SIMPSON, CONNIE ANN; (Fr.); Huntsviile; Arts and Sciences. SIMPSON, EARL CLARDSON, JR.; (Jr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sci- ences. SIMPSON, PAUL WA ' MON; (Soph. i; Reform; Education. SIMPSON, ROSEMARY; (Jr.); Bessemer; Education; Delta Delta Del- ta. SIMPSON, STEVEN W.; (Soph.); Ozark; Arts and Sciences. SIMS, BARBARA DIANE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. SIMS, CLARA JEAN; (Fr.); Pineapple; Arts and Sciences. SIMS, GROVER WILLIAM; (Jr.); Fuliondale; Arts and Sciences. SIMS, JOHN WARREN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. SIMS, JUDITH ANN; (Fr.i; Huntsviile; Arts and Sciences. SIMS, SHERRY; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. SIMS, SUSAN; (Fr. ); Selma; Education; Delta Delta Delta. SIMS, SUSAN LA NELL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SINCLAIR, JOHN R.; (Jr.); McLean, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. SINGLETON JAMES MICHAEL; (Soph.); Montgomery; Engineer- ing. SINGLEY, ALICE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. SINIARD, SUSAN GWEN; (Jr.); Gadsden; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SIRMON, RICHARD SPENCER; (Soph.); Huntsviile; Engineering. SITZ, SLIE ELLEN; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. SIZEMORE, JAMES DANIEL; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. SKELTON, CHARLOTTE COATS; (Fr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. SKELTON, LEONARD CLIFTON, JR.; (Soph.i; Sipsey Swamp; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SKINNER, CYN M.; (Fr.); PrattviUe; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. SKIPPER, NANCY HOLT; (Jr.); Blacksburg, Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Tau Alpha. SKIPPER, RICHARD KNOX; (Jr.); Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. SKIPPER, SARAH ROBERTS; (Fr.); Blacksburg, Virginia; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. SKIPPER, SUSAN PAMELA; (Soph.i; Cullman; Home Economics. SLATSKY, SUSAN LOUISE; (Ft.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SLAUGHTER, CAROL ANN; (Fr.); San Francisco, California; Arts and Sciences. SLAUGHTER, CAROLYN SUE; (Fr.); Birmingh.im; Home Econom- ics; Phi Mu. SLAUGHTER, CLAUDIA LOUISE; (Soph.); Tensaw; Nursing. SLAUGHTER, CHRISTOPHER JAMES; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SLAUGHTER, ROBERT DAVID; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. SLAUGHTER, ROBERT LEON; (Jr.); Bay Minette; Engineering; Phi Gamma Delta. SLEDGE, JAMES JOHNSON; (Fr.);Tuscaloosa;Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. SLEDGE, ROBERT CLARK; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. SLIGH, TERRILL ANDREW; (Fr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. SLITZ, FRANK WILLIAM; (Jr.); Vandalia, Ohio; Arts and Sciences. SLOAN, SUZANNE; (Fr. ); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. SLONECKI, JAMES JOHN; (Soph.); Linden; Engineering. SMALLEY, JOHNNY TUCKER; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. Undergraduates 557 Undergraduates iMBL J8% m t SMALLEY, REBECCA; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. SMALLMAN, RALPH A.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administrarion. SMALLWOOD, ROBERT WAYNE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration. SMITH, ALICE CONSTANCE; (Fr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. SMITH, ALICE RUTH; (Jr.); Attalla; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SMITH, ANN LINING; (Soph.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Xi Delta. SMITH, ANNE GERMAINE; (Jr.); Germantown, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. SMITH, ANNE PARRISH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. SMITH, BEVERLY ANN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education. SMITH, BRIAN JACKSON; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alpha. SMITH, CAROL DEAN; (Fr.); Leighton; Engineering. SMITH, CAROLYN ESTRID; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness. SMITH, CHARLES WALLACE; (Jr.); Hicksville, New York; Educa- tion. SMITH, CHERYL ANN; iFr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. SMITH, CONNIE; (Jr. ); Eufaula; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. SMITH, CONRAD LEO; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, Ci ' NTHIA ADELE; (Soph.); Toledo, Ohio; Home Econom- ics; Kappa Alpha Theta. SMITH, DANY O.; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Nu. SMITH, DAVID MICHAEL; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. SMITH, ELIZABETH INEZ; (Jr.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. SMITH, FRANCES LESTER; (Soph.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. SMITH, FRANK RUTHERFORD, JR.; (Soph.i; Monroeville; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. SMITH, FRED WARREN; (Soph.), Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. SMITH, GLENN WARREN; (Fr.); Albertville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. SMITH, JOAN METHYL; (Jr.); Florence; Home Economics. SMITH, JOHN TERENCE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. SMITH, JUDITH KAREN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi. SMITH, KAY ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Wetumpka; Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. SMITH, KIPLING CRAIG; (Jr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. SMITH. iMARK WILLIAM; (Fr.i; Starkville, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. SMITH, MARTHA L ' l ' NNE; (Soph.i; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Ed- ucation; Delta Delta Delta. SMITH, MARY V.; (Jr.); Bloomington, Illinois; Education. SMITH, MICKIE; (Jr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. SMITH, NAOMI SUE; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. SMITH, PATRICIA CAROLE; (Fr.); Scott AFB, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. SMITH, PATRICIA JANET; (Fr.); Falls Church, Virginia; Home Economics; Delta Zeta. SMITH, PAUL THORNTON; (Soph.); Gadsden; Engineering; Pi Kappa Phi. SMITH, PHILIP HAROLD; (Soph.); Dothan; Sigma Nu. SMITH, PHYLLIS RUTH; (Jr.); Fayette; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. SMITH, RICHARD LEE; (Fr. i; San Francisco, California; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, RILEY BOYKIN; (Soph.); Theodore; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. SMITH, ROBERT ALAN; (Fr.); Eufaula; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. SMITH, ROBERT CREW; (Soph.); Goodwater; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SMITH, ROBERT DEWEY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, S. CRAIG; (Soph.); Lexington, Kentucky; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SMITH, SARAH ANGELINE; (Fr.); Northport; Arts and Sciences. SMITH, SHARON KAY; (Jr.); Huntsville; Education. SMITH, SUE ELLEN; (Fr.); Acton, Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. SMITH, THOMAS JAY; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. SMITH, VIRGINIA CLEARY; (Soph.); Northport; Arts and Sci- ences. 558 Undergraduates SMITH, WILLIAM BIRGE, HI; (Soph. i; Stclle; Engineering. SMITHSON, KATHERINE JANE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SNEAD, BONNIE K.; (Fr.;; Enterprise; Education. SNEAD. HARTWELL PAUL; (Jr.); Smiths; Arts and Sciences. SNEAD, KARLA DEAN; iFr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. SNELL, LENORA ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Slocomb; Arts and Sciences. SNIDER, KATHERINE LOUISE; (Soph.i; Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. SNIDER, PATRICIA ANN; ijr.i Birmingham; Education. SNIPES, BELTON YVONNE; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Gamma. SNOW. CAREY RANDALL; (Fri; Gum; Arts and Sciences. SNOW, CHERYL ANN; (Soph.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. SNOW, SALLY LEE; (Sof h.); Brentwood, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Beta Phi. SNOWDEN, JAMES ELLIOTT, JR.; (Fr.l; Birmingham; Engineer- ing. SNYDER, DEAN ATLEE; (Jr.); Alexandria, Virginia; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SNYDER, SHARON; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa. Education; Chi Omega. SNYDER, SUSAN DIANE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. SOCKWELL, MARILYN HERMINE; (Soph.); Sheffield; Arts and Sciences. SOKOL, HOWARD IRVING; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon. SOLOMAN. DAVID ALLEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SOLOMAN. MARK HARRIS; (Fr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SOLOMANS, ELLA K.; (Jr.); St. Petersburg, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Delta Tau. SOUTH. JOSEPH CLEVELAND; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. SOUTHERLL. SYLVIA DIANE; (Jr.); Andalusia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. SOWELL. MARTHA JEAN; (Soph.); Muncie. Indiana; Arts and Sciences. SPANGLER. JANICE MALETA; (Fr.i; Kno. ville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. SPARKMAN. MICHAEL EDWARD; (Jr.); Hartselle; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Chi. SPARKS. CHARLES LARRY; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. SPARKS. JUDITH COLLIER; (Fr.); Tuscumbia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Gamma Delta. SPARKS. MICHAEL DAVIS; (Soph.); Graysville; Engineering. SPARKS. SAMUEL ROY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. SPEAKE. VIKKI LYNN; (Jr.); Moulton; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. SPEED, JOSEPH B.. JR.; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Chi. SPEEGLE. SHERRI JILL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. SPENCER. DOLORES ANN; (Fr.i; Andalusia; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. SPENCER. GARY HOLLAN; (Fr.i; Florence; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Sigma. SPENCER, JAMES J.; (J[r.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Kappa Sigma. SPENCER. MICHAEL ARTHUR; (Soph.); Holt; Commerce and Business Administration. SPENCER. NANCY L.; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. SPIDLE, MARGARET GRISWOLD; (Fr.); Anniston; Education. SPIEGEL, JUDITH L.; (Soph.); Decatur; Education; Pi Beta Phi. SPIGHT, BARBARA ANNE; (Jr.); Demopolis; Education; Kappa Delta. SPIVEY, BEVERLY SUE; (Fr.); Brewton; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. SPIVEY. MARSHA JEANNE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. SPORNA. JOANNA F.; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. SPOTTSWOOD. CLAUDIA SHIELDS; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. SPRINGER. CHARLES T.; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. SQUITIERI. SUSAN R.; (Fr.i; Frankfurt Main Germany; Home Ec- onomics; Kappa Alpha Theta. STAAB. DAVID n LSLEY; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Sigma Phi. STALL INGS. LINDA HELEN; (Fr.j; Montgomery; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. STALLWORTH. ELINOR BOLLING; (Fr.l; Evergreen; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 559 Undergraduates dfh dth STALLWORTH. FRANCES RENEE; (Frj; Castleberry; Arts and Sciences. STALLWORTH, WILLIAM HENRY; (Jr.); Mendan; Commerce and Business AtiministratKjn. STANHLRRV, ]VD I A ' NNE; (Fr.); Decatur; Education; Phi Mu. STANDRIDGE, JAMES OTTO; (Soph.); Anniston; Commerce and Bi ' siness AdministratiDn; Phi Kappa Psi. STANKARD, LORETTA JEANNE; (Fr.); Cullman; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. STANLEY, ANDREA LOUISE; (Fr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. STANTON, IRENE LINDA; (Soph.i; Richmond, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. STAPLES, FREIDA ELAINE; (Jr.); Tuscumbia; Education; Delta Delta Delta. STAPLES, GLORIA JEANIE; (Soph.i; Colonial Beach, Virginia; Arts and Sciences. STARLING, CORAL BONNIE; (Soph.i; Troy; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. STARNES, NANCY LEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Del- ta. STEELE, MICHAEL WREN; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. STEELE, NANETTE PECK; (Jr.); Athens; Education; Phi Mu. STEELE, RONALD PAUL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. STEELE, SANDRA JEAN; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Chi Ome- ga. STEELE, TERR ' l ' DON; (Fr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. STEIGERWALD, SARAJANE; (Jr.); Hunstville; Home Economics; Delta Gamma. STEIN, GREGt)RY BRENT; (Fr.i; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. STEIN, JUDITH SHERYL; (Soph.i; Miami Beach, Florida; Home Economics; Delta Phi Epsilon. STEIN, MICHAEL L.; (Fr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. STEINDORFF, GIL; (Soph.i; Greenville; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. STEINER, EDWARD CHARLES, JR.; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. STEINFORTH. DEBORAH LEE; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Home Economics. STEPHENS, MARK ALAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. STEPHENS, MARY JULIA; (Fr.l; Gadsden; Education; Pi Beta Phi. STEPHENS, RENEE; (Fr.i; Decatur; Arts and Sciences. STEPHENSON, FRANKLIN HICKS; (Fr.i; Dothan; Arts and Sci- ences. STEPHENSON, RONALD WILLS; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. STERGIADES, ANDREW LYTLE; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Engineering. STERN, AMELIA; (Soph.i; Lexington, Mississippi; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. STERN, PETER JOHN; (Fr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Phi Epsilon Pi. STEVENS, ALAN DAVID; (Fr.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. STEVENS, JOHN HOWELL; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Engineering. STEVENSON, JANET AMY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. STEWARD, BENN ' i ' , JR.; (Fr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Phi. STEWART, ANITA; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. STEWART, DAVID ANTHONY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering; Pi Kappa Phi. STEWART, DAVID MICHAEL; (Soph.i; Selma; Commerce and Business Administration. STEWART, JASPER BLAIR; (Fr.i; Alexander; Engineering. STEWART, JERRY LYNN; (Soph.); Gadsden; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. STEWART, MARGARET ANN; (Soph.i; Bay Minette; Home Ec- onomics. STEWART, PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences. STEWART, PEGGY DIANE; (Fr.i; Andalusia; Arts and Sciences. STE X ' ART, SARAH ANN; (Jr.); Jackson; Commerce and Business Administration. STEWART, WILLIAM, JR.; (Jr.); Scottsboro; Engineering. STILLMAN, LEWIS VAN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. STILLWELL, WAITSELL SHAWN; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. STIMPSON, FREDRICK TAYLOR; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. STINNETT, SHEILA ANN; (Jr.); Decatur; Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta. STINSON, DIANE ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Sheffield; Arts and Sci- ences. 560 STINSON, WILLIAM JUDSON; (Soph.); Evergreen; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. STOCKHAM, JAMES MILTON; (Fr.i; Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Admmistration; Kappa Sigma. STOKES, DAVID LAMAR; (Fr.); Elba; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Phi Kappa Pi. STOKES, WENDELL FRIESON; (Soph.); Brewton; Education. STONE, JOSEPH RONALD; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering; Theta Tau. STONE, JUDITH IDA; (Soph.); Union City, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. STONE, LAURIE BANKS; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. STONE, NANCY DICKSON; ( Fr. i; Bay Minette; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. STONE, SANDRA YVONNE; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. STOVALL, JOHN, JR.; (Fr.); Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Chi. STOWE, ELEANOR; (Soph.); Wetumpka; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. STRAIN, MAR ' i ' JANE; (Soph.); Brewton; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. STRAIN, PATRICIA; (Soph.); Brewton; Home Economics; Kappa Delta. STRATTON, CLARA REGINA; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. STRAUSSER, GREGORY BYRON; (Fr.); Waukesha, Wisconsin; Education. STREED, SVEN VICTOR; (Fr.); Grand Bay; Commerce and Business Administration. STREIT, GEORGE RUSSELL; (Jr.); Sheffield; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. STRICKLAND, DOROTHY JEAN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Science. STRICKLAND, KENNETH PRESTON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. STRICKLAND, MARTHA JO; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. STRICKLAND, MARTIN CRAIG; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. STRICKLAND, MARYRUTH; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega. STRICKLEN, SARA MELINDA; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. STRONG, DOLORES ANN; (Fr.); Bessemer; Home Economics. STUARDI, KATHLEEN VIRGINIS; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences. STUKEY, DONNIE RAY; (Soph.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. STUCKEY, NANCY IRENE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. STURGIS, LINDA LOIS; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences. STUTTS, DAVID HUGH; (Fr.i; Jackson; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Sigma Phi. SUBA, DAVID WILLIAM; (Soph.); Stanford, Connecticut; Chemis- try; Theta Xi. SUKIENNIK, BARBARA JANE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Home Eco- nomics; Phi Mu. SULLIVAN, EDWIN HOKE; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. SULLIVAN, JEAN LOUISE; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SULLIVAN, LISA ANN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Xi Delta. SULLIVAN, THOMAS JEFFERSON; (Fr.); Daleville; Arts and Sci- ences. SULLIVAN, WILLIAM JAMES; (Jr.); Homewood; Arts and Sciences. SUMMERS, KAREN ANN; (Jr.); Town Creek; Home Economics. SUMNER, BRENDA CAROL; (Soph.); Moundville; Education. SUMNER, JAMES, JR.; (Jr.); Jasper; Arts and Sciences. SUMNERS, REBECCA SUE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SURTEES, GEORGE THOMAS; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and " Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. SUSMAN, WILLIAM JULIAN; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. SUSSKY, MARGARET ANN; (Jr.); Houston, Texas; Arts and Sci- ences; Chi Omega. SUTHERLAND, GREGG VINCENT; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. SWANZY, JOHN B.; (Jr.); Northpoort; Commerce and Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. SWANN, WILLIAM; (Fr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Pi Kappa Alpha. SWANNER, SANDRA REBECCA; (Fr.); Rutledge; Arts and Sci- ences. SWANSON, JAN KATHERINE; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. SWEARINGEN, ROBERT GLEN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. SWEENEY, TANDY ANN; (Jr.); Mt. Brook; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Undergraduates 1£M 561 Undergraduates ifeiik SWIFT, WILLIAM LEE; (Sophj; HuntsviIIe; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. SWINDALL, SHARON LESLIE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. SYLTIE, DAVIE OWEN; (Fr.t; Mobile; Arts and Sciences. TALIAFERRO, BOBBY DALE; (Jr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences. TALIAFERRO, RICHARD HENRY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. TALL, KATHLEEN M.; (Jr.); Annapolis, Maryland; Education; Al- pha Xi Delta. TALLEY, ELIZABETH MARIE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. TANNER, GORDON OWEN; (Jr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. TANT, MYRA GLEE; (Fr.); Talladega; Arts and Sciences. TARW ' ATER, DANNY H.; (Jr.); Guin; Education. TATE, DIANE; (Soph.); Selma; Education; Pi Beta Phi. TATE, JAMES BENJAMIN; (Jr.); Greenville; Arts and Sciences. TATE, JUDY ANN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. TATE, LENA ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Camden; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. TATE, MARGARET STEWART; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. TATE, MARY ANN; (Fr.); Browns; Education; Delta Delta Delta. TATE, PATRICIA CAROLYN; (Fr.); Alexander City; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. TATE, WILLIAM EDWARD; (Jr. i; Louisville, Kentucky; Commerce and Business Administration. TATUM, COLONEL DAVID; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. TAYLOR, BERT PITTMAN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. TAYLOR, BETTY ANN; (Jr.); Hacklcburg; Education. TAYLOR, DEBORAH JEANNE; (Fr.); HuntsviIIe; Arts and Sci- ences. TAYLOR, DONNA GLYNN; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. TAYLOR, ELIZABETH ANN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. TAYLOR, JAMES FORREST; (Jr.); Quincy, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Sigma. TAYLOR, JAMES MARCUS; (Soph.); Florence; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. TAYLOR, MARY ELAINE; (Fr.); Lineville; Arts and Sciences. TA ' LOR, M ' RA ELLEN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. TAYLOR, RICHARD SCOTT; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. TAYLOR, RICKY LANE; (Fr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. TAYLOR, SUSAN TONICA; (Fr.); HuntsviIIe; Education. TEAGUE, JOE MORGAN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. TEAGUE, MARY CLYDE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. TEAL, MICHAEL STUART; (Jr.); Deland, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Phi. TEEL, JOHN RICHARD; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. TEMPLE, MARGARET KARON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Pi Beta Phi. TENINBAUM, LEONARD MAX; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. TENNYSON, TOMMIE DEBORAH; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. TERRY, EDWARD MACK, II; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. TERRY, JAMES MARSHALL; (Jr.); Decatur; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. TERRY, JUDITH DUNLAP; (Soph.); Decatur; Education. TERRY, M. OVERTON; (Soph.); Uniontown; Education; Kappa Delta. TERRY, RONNIE KEITH; (Jr.); Courtland, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. THACKER, RONALD WILLIAM; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. THAGGARD, JANICE; (Soph.); Rutledge; Arts and Sciences. THAMES, JOSEPH MURRAY; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. THAMES, MARY GRAY; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Kappa Delta. THEISS, KENNETH EDWARD; (Soph.); Port Charlotte, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. THIGPEN, TERESA KARYN; (Fr.); Norfolk, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. THOMAS, DANIEL CLARK; (Jr.); Brewton; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. 562 THOMAS, DEBORAH ANNE; (Jr..); Birminjilum; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. THOMAS, HARRIET EVELYN; (Soph.); Dothan; Arts and Sccnces; Dcha Gamma. THOMAS, JAMES DERRYL; (Fr.i; Alexander City; EnKineennM; Delta Tau Delta. THOMAS, JOHN LUTHER; (Soph.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Pi K.ippa Phi. THOMAS, JOHN PATTILLO; (Fn; Selma; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha. THOMAS, KATHERINE COONEY; (Jr..); Birmingham; Home Ec- onomics. THOMAS, MARTHA JANE; (Soph.); Cullman; Education. THOMAS, RAMONA S.; (Fr.); Athens; Home Economics. THOMAS, RONALD WAYNE; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, SANDRA MARIE; (Jr.); Hucytown; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Zeta. THOMAS, TERRI LOUISE; (Fr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Mu. THOMASON, FIDELIA; (Soph.); Citronelle; Arts and Sciences. THOMASON, JON GREGORY; (Jr.); Ozark; Arts and Sciences. THOMASTON, JAMES RODNEY; (Soph.); Northport; Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, DON PARKER; (Soph.); Mobile; Chemistry. THOMPSON, EDIE E.; (Soph..); Sylacauga; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. THOMPSON, G. EDWARD; (Fr.); Repton; Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, GLENN H., II; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. THOMPSON, JOHN BYRON; (Fr.); Union Springs; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THOMPSON, JOHN ERNEST, JR.; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. THOMPSON, JOHN GREENE; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. THOMPSON, JOSEPH MELVIN; (Fr.); Ardmore, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, MARGARET IRENE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Al- pha Delta Pi. THOMPSON, MARY ANNE; (Fr.); Butler; Engineering. THOMPSON, MICHAEL FRAZIER; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences.. THOMPSON, ROBERT THOMAS; (Soph.); Gardendale; Engineer- ing; Pi Kappa Phi. THOMPSON, RONALD WAID; (Fr.); Columbia, Tennessee; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. THOMPSON, ROSALIND A.; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. THOMPSON, RUTH KATE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education. THOMPSON, SARA PRISCILLA; (Jr.); Sulligent; Education. THOMPSON, SUSAN ANN; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. THOMPSON, SUSAN COLLINS; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, SUZANNE; (Soph.); Huntsville; Education. THORNTON, FLETCHER BISHOP; (Soph.); Clayton; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Chi. THORNTON, GLENYSS EDDINE; (Soph.); Athens; Commerce and Business Administration. THORNTON, JOSEPH CLYATT, III; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. THORNTON, MICHAEL JAY; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Administration. THORNTON, TIMOTHY JOHN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. THORWORTH, PATRICIA GRAY; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Pi Beta Phi. THUSS, PAMELA CONNELL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. THWEATT, JUANITA LOWERY; (Jr..); Tuscaloosa; Education. TID X ' ELL, ANDRA GWYN; (Fr..); Albertville; Home Economics. TIDW ' ELL, PERCIE CORENE; (Fr.); Nashville, Tennessee; Educa- tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma. TILLY, WILLIAM HOLLEYMAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. TINDELL, MARY FRANCES; (Soph.); Dothan; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. TINGLE, JUDY LYNN; (Soph.); Coker; Education. TINGLE, SUSAN BERNIECE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. TINNEY, JOHN ALVIN; (Jr.); Talladega; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. TINNIN, CHARLES ALEXANDER; (Jr.); Meridian, Mississippi; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. TIPPER, WILLIAM DURRELL; (Jr..); Florence; Education. Undergraduates 563 Undergraduates TIPT ON, DIXIE LEE; (Soph.i; Guntersville; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. TITTSWORTH, ANN FA YE; (Fr..); Huntsvilk-; Education. TODD, JAMES CHALMERS, JR.; (Soph.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. TODT. THOMAS ANTHONY; (Fr.i; Anniston; Arts and Sciences. TOMAS, GEORGE SAMUEL; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. TOWNES, PATRICIA ALLEN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. TOWNSEND, JACKIE LYNN; (Jr.); Florence; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. TRACY, DEBORAH YVONNE; (Soph.); Hueytown; Education. TRAMMELL, JAMES WALTER, JR.; (Jr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. TRAPP, WILLIAM TIMOTHY; (Soph.); Sheffield; Engineering. TREADWELL, CHARLES SWIFT, JR.; (Fr.i; Memphis, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. TREESE, MARGARET HOUSTON; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- ences; Zeta Tau Alpha. TREUBIG, ERNEST CHARLES, JR.; (Jr.); Lindenhurst, New York; Education. TROUSDALE, DONNA ALICE ELAINE; (Soph.); AshviUe; Educa- tion. TRUHETT, PATRICIA ANN; (Soph.); Meridian, Mississippi; Educa- tion; Alpha Omicron Pi. TUBE, JONES GLYNN; (Jr. i; Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta K,ippa Epsilon. TUCKER, ANN MARIE; (Jr.); Frisco City; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. TUCKER, DAVID PAUL; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. TUCKER, HAREL WORTH, JR.; (Soph.); Hurst, Texas; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. TUCKER, KELLY MERRILL; (Jr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. TUCKER, PEGGE SUE; (Fr..); Winfield; Arts and Sciences. TUCKER, RAMONA LEE; (Soph.); Cullman; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. TUMLIN, EDWARD DAVIS; (Fr.); Anniston; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. TURNER, CATHERINE FOSTER; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta DElta. TURNER, ELAINE CATHERINE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. TURNER, HAROLD FREDERICK; (Fr.); Union Springs; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. TURNER, RUSSELL; (Fr.); Venice, Illinois; Engineering. TURNER, SANDRA SLOAN; (Soph.); Pell City; Home Economics. TWITTY. EUGENIA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. TWITTY, GAILA MARIE; (Jr..); Birmingham; Education. TYER, GARY LEE; (Jr.); Prattville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Beta Theta Pi. TYLANDER, GENE RAYMOND; (Fr.); West Palm Beach, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. TYLER, CAROLYN JOHN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. TYLER, HARRY BRUCE; (Fr.); Eufaula; Engineering. T ' RRELL, IRVING M. JR.; (Soph.); Citronelle; Arts and Sciences. UMPHREY, THOMAS EUGENE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Delta Tau Delta. UNDERWOOD, CRAIG D.; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. UNDERWOOD, STEPHEN PRICE; (Soph.); Russellville; Arts and Sciences. UNGAR, AUDREY JEAN; (Fr.); Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Phi Epsilon. UPCHURCH, EDDIE J.; (Fr.); Montgomery, Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. UPCHURCH, MARY CHRISTINE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences. URQUHART, JANE MELISSA; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma.. USREY, JAMES GARY; (Jr.); Jasper; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. UTLEY, DENNIS D.; (Soph.); Cottondale; Arts and Sciences. VAIL, SHERRY ' ELAINE; (Fr. l; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. VAN ANTWERP, CHARLES LESESNE; (Jr.); Montrose; Arts and Sciences. VAN BAWLEN, DOLORES CLAIRE; (Jr.); Birmingham; Educaiion. VAN WERT, NANCY TERESA; (Fr.); Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega. VANCE, ANITA DEELEEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. VANCE, LINDA ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. 564 I Undergraduates VANN, WILLIAM EUGENE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Arts anJ Sciences; Phi Kappj Sigma. VASSAR, BILLY BATES; (Jr.); Gadsden; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. VAUGHAN. CAROLINE NEAL; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Educa- tion; Delta Delta Delta. VAUGHAN, JAMES HERBERT; (Soph.j; Birmingham; Engineering. VAUGHAN, MURRV CALDWELL; (Fr.); Elba; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. VAUGHAN, RENA EMILY; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. VAUGHN, GREGG LYNN; (Jr.); Sylacauga; Engineering. N ' EALE, GEORGE WARREN; (Fr.); Dothan; Arts and Sciences; Sig- ma Nu. VERCHOT, EDGAR ALPHONSE, JR.; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. VICE, JOAN CAROL; (Soph.); Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration. VICE, JON EARL; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Ci. VICK, JAMES LARRY; (Soph.); Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana; Commerce and Business Administration. ViCKENS, TALMIE OWEN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. VICKERY, BARRY EDWARD; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Phi. VINES, DANN " ! ' L.; (Soph, i; Bessemer; Engineering. VINES, JOHN RANDOLPH; (Soph.); Adger; Arts and Sciences. VINGLE, DEBORAH RAE; (Fr.); Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Educa- tion; Phi Mu. VINYARD, PAULA GAY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Pi Beta Phi. VODANTIS. DESPINA CHRIST; (Fr.); Fairfield; Arts and Sciences. VODANTIS, IRENE CHRIS; (Soph.); Fairfield; Education. VOGEL, HERMAN JAMES; (Jr.); Cullman; Engineering. VOLD, GAIL DOROTHEA; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. ' OLLER, STEVEN DENNIS; (Soph.); Cincinnati, Ohio; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Chi. VOORHEES, JANE BARRY; (Jr.); Hickman, Kentucky;, Education. VOSS, KATHERINE BEATE; (Soph.); Huntsvillc; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. VOSWINKEL, KARL ALFRED; (Jr.); Dover, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. VOWELL DONALD DEWAYNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. VOYLES, BOBBIE SUE; (Fr.i; Decatur; Education. WADDELL, CRESHIA ANN; (Jr.); Cherokee; Education. WADE, GEORGIA ANNA; (Soph.); Loxley; Arts and Sciences. WADSWORTH, ROBERT LEE; (Soph.); Prattville; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. WAGER, LUCETTE FRAZIER; (Jr..); Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WAGOR, THOMAS MARSHALL; (Soph.); Miami, Florida; Com- merce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. WAID, DONNA FAY; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WAITES, JANET ELAINE; (Fr. ); Montgomery; Home Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha. WATTS, JOHN OTIS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. WAITS, MARY EVELYN; (Soph.); Andalusia; Education; Delta Del- ta Delta. WAITZMAN, DAVID ROBERT; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. WAITZMAN, ELIZABETH COX; (Jr.); Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics; Kappa Delta. WAKEFIELD, GLENN THOMAS; (Fr.); Smyrna, Georgia; Com- merce and Business Administration. WALDROP, BETTY SUE; (Jr. ); Lanett; Education. WALDROP, CAROLYN JAN; (Fr.); Union Grove; Education. WALDROP, LINDA MARQUETA; (Fr.); Hueytown; Education. WALDROP, MARSHA ELAINE; (Soph.); Troy; Commerce and Business Administration. WALKER, ALICE MILDRED; (Jr.); Attalla; Education; Alpha Gam- ma Delta. WALKER, BEN W.; (Fr.); Shorten; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WALKER, BETTIE DAY; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Phi Mu. WALKER, BRENDA JOYCE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WALKER, EDWARD DOW; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and -4 ' Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. WALKER, JANE READ; (Fr.); Springville; Arts and Sciences. 565 Undergraduates WALKER, LENORA FAYE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education. WALKER, MARY C; (Jr.); Education; Sheffield.. WALKER, MARY PAULETTE; (Fr.); Pell City; Education. WALKER, NANCY JO; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. WALKER, PATRICIA JANE; (Fr.); Bridgeville, Pennsylvania; Edu- cation; Alpha Omega Pi. WALKER, TOMMIE SUE; (Fr.); Cincinnati, Ohio; Education. WALLACE. CAROLYN; (Jr.); Lakeland, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. WALLACE, LINDA JANE; (Fr.); Arts and Sciences; Montgomery. WALLACE, VIRGINIA CELENE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. WALLACE, W. CLINT; (Fr.); Lakeland, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. WALLS, RONALD B.; ijr..); Woodville; Commerce and Business Administration. WALSH. WILLIAM DRLIHAN, JR.; (Jr.); Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. WALTERS, CLARK LEVAN; (Jr.); Narberth, Pennsylvania; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Gamma Delta. WALTERS, DAVID RICKEY; (Fr.); Mobile; Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha. WALTER, RILEY MICHAEL; (Soph.); Selma; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WALTERS, SHERRY LYNN; (Fr.); HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Th eta. WALTER, RANDALL; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WALTON, CANDY; (Soph.); Mobile; Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta. WALTON, CAROL MARY; (Jr.); Mobile; Education; Chi Omega. WALTON, PATRICIA LYNN; (Fr.); St. Louis, Missouri; Education. WALTON, RICHARD JUSTIN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. WALTON, ROBIN ELIZABETH; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Ztta. WARBINGTON, LARRY GRAY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Chi. WARD, A. PATRICIA; (Soph.); Birmingham; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. WARD, CAROL JANE; (Jr.); Texarkana, Texas; Arts and Sciences. WARD, CHARLOTTE; (Soph.); Camden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. WARD, JACQUELINE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Zeta. WARD, JANIS CATHERINE; (Jr.); Brent; Commerce and Business Administration. WARD, JANELLE MARIE; (Soph.); Lafayette, Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. WARD, JOANNE; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Zeta. X ' ARD, MARTHA ALICE; (Soph.); Florence; Education; Kappa Del- ta. WARD, NORA FRANCES; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi. WARD, RAYMOND LARRY; (Jr.); Scottsboro; Arts and Sciences. XX ' ARD, ROBERT EARL; (Fr.); Theodore; Engineering. WARD, RUSTY E., II; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WARNS, MICHAEL JOHN; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Tau Delta. WARR, SARA ANN; (Jr.); Elba; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. WARREN, JOHN BEE, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WARREN, SAM E.; (Soph.); St. Florence; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. WARREN, THOMAS MALCOLM; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sci- WASHBURN, JAMES BEVELY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. WASHINGTON, FANNIE BEATRICE; (Fr.); Georgiana; Arts and Sciences. WATERS, BARBARA ELIZBETH; (Jr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. WATERS, HINTON WRIGHT, III; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Chi. WATERS, J. RICHARD; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Nu. WATERS, MIKE; (Fr.); Ozark; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. WATERS, GINGER CHRISTY; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Phi Mu. WATKINS, JOHNNY MARTIN; (Fr.); Pinson; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. WATLEY, ALETHA BONDS; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. WATSON, BENJAMIN MICHAEL; (Soph.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. 566 Undergraduates WATSON. ELDRIDGE JACKSON; iSoph.i; Hanceville; Commerce and Business Administration. WATSON, GAIL; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Alpha Chi Omega. WATSON, JANE ELLEN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Kappa Al- pha Theta. WATSON, SCADE G.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busmess Administration; Alpha Epsilon Phi. WATSON, SHARON ANN; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WATSON, TOM E.; (Ft.); Leevs; Arts and Sciences. WATSON, VIRGINIA SHERYL; (Ft.); Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics. WATT, GEORGE A.; (Jr.); Western Springs, Illinois; Arts and Sci- ences. WATTERS, JOHN CLARK; (Jr.); Anniston; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Chi. WATTERS, JULIAN ALBERTUS; (Soph.); Lauaca; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. WATTS, DEWEY M., JR.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Delta Chi. WATTS, DONNA LYNN; (Soph.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences. WATTS, SUE ELLEN; (Soph.); Shaw AFB, South Carolina; Home Economics. WAY, ROBERT LESLIE; (Jr.); Rahway, New Jersey; Arts and Sci- ences. WEAR, MARY LUCILLE; (Soph.); Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences. WEATHERFORD, SUSAN WHITLOW; (Jr.); Dothan; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. WEATHERS, BILLY GLENN; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WEBB, CURTIS LAVON; (Jr.); Winfield; Education. WEBB, HANNAH STEWART; (Jr.); Demopolis; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WEBB, JAMES HAROLD; (Soph.) ; Russellville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Kappa Psi. WEBB, MARY BRUCE; (Soph.); Russellville; Arts and Sciences. WEBB, PHILLIP R; (Soph.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Delta Chi. WEBER, HEIDI ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Huntsville; Arts and Sciences. WEBER, LYNELLE MARY; (Jr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. WEBSTER, DEBORAH KAY; (Fr.); Decatur; Arts and Sciences. WEBSTER, HARRY N., Ill; (Jr.i; Mobile; Commerce and Business Administration. WEBSTER, NORMAN KEN; (Jr.); Birmingh,im; Commerce and Business Administration. WEDDLE, LARRY STEVE; (Jr.); Cordova; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. WEED, DAN SEARCY; (Fr. ); Decatur; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. WEEKS, JIMMY GARRON; (Soph.); Opp; Commerce and Business Administration. WEEKS, WARREN LAMAR; (Jr.); Okeechobee, Florida; Commerce and Business Administration. WEHBY, GEORGE ANTHONY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. WEIL, IRA KAHN, JR.; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education; Phi Kap- pa Sigma. WEIDMAN, JACK KENNEDY; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Commerce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. WEINMANN, ROSEMARY; (Fr.); Moulton; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. WEINSTEIN, GARY STEPHEN; (Fr.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Pi. WEINSTEIN, ROSALIND ANN; (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. WEIR, ELIZABETH ANN; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WEIR, NANCY LEE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. WEISS, MICHELE KATHRYN; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon. WEISSINGER, JULIE ANN; (Soph.); Danville, Kentucky; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. WELCH, BETSY GLO; (Fr.); Mobile; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. WELCH, KATIE MAE; (Fr.j; Chance; Home Economics. WELCH, WANDA ODESSA; (Soph.); Bessemer; Arts and Sciences. WELDON, GLENN ALAN; (Soph.); Montgomery; Education. WELLS, HUEY THOMAS, JR.; (Fr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. WELLS, MICHAEL ABREY; (Fr.); Andalusia; Engineering. WERFEL, DEBORAH LEAH; ( Fr.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences. WEST, BRENDA JO; (Fr.i; Memphis, Tennessee; Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta. WEST, PHILIP GEORGE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering; Theta Tau. 567 Undergraduates l li. SA WETZEL, RICHARD CARL, JR.; (Soph.); Birmingham; Engineer- ing. WHALEV, [ AUL, 11; (Jr.); Selma; Arts and Sciences. WHALER ' . RA ' i ' MOND LEE; (Soph.); Bessemer; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. WHATLEV, CHARLES LAWRENCE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WHATLEV, MARGARET EVANDER; (Jr.); Columbia; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Delta Pi. WHEAT, VlCKl ALETA; (Fr.i; Eayette; Arts and Sciences. WHEELER, JOSEPH GRANT, JR.; (Jr.); Pleasant Grove; Engineer- ing. WHEELER, iMARlANNE; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. WHEELER, TERRY MICHAEL; ( Soph. i; Pleasant Grove; Education. WHELAN, JOHN THOMAS; (Fr.); Hackettstown, New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration. WHERRY, ALYCE DALE; (Fr.i; Nashville, Tennessee; Education; Pi Beta Phi. WHITAKER, JO ' i ' CE LORAYNE; (Soph.); Decatur, Georgia; Educa- tion; Alpha Delta Pi, WHITAKER, RICHARD CARLTON; (Soph.i; Montgomery; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. WHITCHER, IDA WILLENE; (Soph.); South Pittsburg, Tennessee; Chemistry. WHITE, CARL LINDSEV; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. WHITE, CAROL LYNN; (Fr.i; Louisville, Mississippi; Home Eco- iKjmiLs; Chi Omet;a. WHITE, DAVID THURSTON; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. WHITE, DOROTHY LEE; (Jr.i; Norfolk, Virginia; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WHITE, DNX ' AIN; (Jr.); Cullman; Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. WHITE, HAROLD STEVEN; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Epsilon Pi. WHITE, HOUSTON HOWARD; (Soph.); Sylacauga; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delata. WHITE, HUBBARD WINSTON, JR.; (Jr.); Livmgstcjn; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. WHITE, JANET LEE; ( Fr. i; Tuscaloosa; Education. WHITE, JIM. n ' C; (Fr.i; Gadsden; Arts and Sciences;Beta Theta Pi. WHITE, JOANNA MARGARET; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. WHITE, JOHN SAMUAL; (Fr.); Lexington, Kentucky; Education. WHITE, KATHERINE LOUISE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. WHITE, LILIAN EVELYN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WHITE, PAL ' LA SUE; (Fr.); Cullman; Arts and Sciences. WHITE. REBECCA; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. WHITE. ROY GOODMAN; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Chi. WHITE, SAM B.; (Soph.); Anniston; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Tau Omega. WHITEFORD, PAUL RAYMOND; (Fr.i; Miami, Florida; En- gineering. WHITEHEAD, RONNA GLYNN; (Fr.i; Tuscumbia; Educaium. WHITFIELD, ROBERT CALVIN, JR.; (Jr.i; Birmingham; Com- merce and Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. WHITFIELD, THOMAS E.; (Soph.i; Demop(jlis; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. WHITLEY, JAMES SIDNEY; (Jr.); Sweet Water; Arts and Sciences. WHITLOCK, DONNA JEAN; (Soph.); Tuscumbia; Education; Delta Zeta. WHITMIRE, FRED CHARLES, JR.; (Jr.); Fort Payne; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. WHITNEY, BRIAN FRANCIS; (Soph.i; Beaufort, South Carolina; Arts and Sciences. WHITT, KATHI EUGENIA; (Soph.); Attalla; Education. WHITT, LINDA; (Fr.i; Ardmore, Tennessee; Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. WHITT, RANDY JAMES; (Soph.i; Athens; Arts and Science; Alpha Sigma Phi. W ' HITTAKER, HARRISON BURNS; (Fr.i; Enterprise; Arts nd Sciences; Sigma Nu. WHITTEN, WANDA KAY; (Soph.); Gordo; Arts and Sciences. WICKSTROM, PHILIP JOHN; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WIGGINS, SALLY GILDER; (Jr.); Jasper; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WILBANKS, DANA RAY; (Fr.;; HuntsviUe; Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Psi. WILBANKS, GEORGE EUGENE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLBANKS, ROBERT SMITH, III; (Jr.); Alexander City; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 568 WILBANKS. SHARON ELIZABETH; (Jr.); Huntsvjllc; En.mnLx-ring; Alpha Delta Pi. WILKES, DWIGHT SHELBY; (Fr.); Sheffield; Arts aiul Science. WILKES, FRANK DENNIS; (Jr.); Gunccrsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. WILKIN. ROBERT WILLIAM; (Fr.); [ ' erth Amboy, New jersey. Commerce .uiA Business Administration. WILKINS, LINDA LUCILE; (Jr.); Columbus, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Phi Mu. WILKINSON, WILLIAM KENT; (Jr.); Jackson, Mississippi; Com- merce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. WILKS, BILLIE L ■NN; (Soph.); Cullman; Arts and Sciences. XTLKS, HARRIS GRAVES; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WILLCOX. JO ANN ANDERSON; iFd; West Palm Beach. Flori- da; Education. WILLIAMS, ARTHUR JOE; i jr. i; Fairfield; Education. WILLIAMS, BARBARA ANN; (Soph.); Eutaula; Education; Alpha Chi Omesa. WILLIAMS, BEN FORREST; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. WILLIAiMS, BOBBY TERRYL; (Fr.); Livingston; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, BRUCE ROGER; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. WILLIAMS, CAROL SUE; (Jr.); Jasper; Education. WILLIAMS, CHARLES ANTHONY; (Fr.); Lacey ' s Springs; Com- merce and Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. WILLIAMS, CHARLOTTE ANNHARROW; (Soph.); D o i h a n; Nursing. WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA JAYNE; (Soph.i; Clanton; Education; Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAMS, DAVID RANDALL; (Fr.i; Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences. WILLIAMS, DEBORAH LYNN; (Soph.); Onconta; Arts and Sci- ences. WILLIAMS, DONNA FAYE; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Omega Pi. WILLIAMS, FRED SHERRELL ; (Soph.); Russellville; Commerce and Business Administration. WILLIAMS, GARY CLAY; (Soph.); Linden; Engineering. WILLIAiMS, JAMES STEPHEN; (jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Theta Chi. WILLIAMS, JERRY THOMAS; (Jr.); Leesburg; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, LARRY GLENN; (Fr.); Gadsden; Engineering. WILLIAMS, MARTHA EVANS; (Fr.); Cullman; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. WILLIAMS, MARTHA SUE; (Soph.); Columbia; Commerce and Business Administration. WILLIAMS, MELVIA JO; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WILLlAiMS, MYRON DALE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Chemistry; Phi Kappa Psi. WILLIAMS, PAULA ELIZABETH; (jr.); Columbia; Education. WILLIAMS, PETER SANKEY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Chi. WILLIAMS, RICK LYNN; (Fr.); Dothan; Commerce and Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAMS, SYLVIA JEAN; (jr.); Ozark; Arts and Science; Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAMS, WALTER A.; (Jr.); Gadsden; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Psi. WILLIAMS, WILLARD ORVILLE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. WILLIAMSON, GILFORD CARTER; (Soph.); Montgomery; Com- merce and Business Administration. WILLIAMSON, JULIA; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. WILLIAMSON, MARY SUE; (jr.); Bessemer; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WILLIAMSON, MILLARD LAMAR, JR.; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Com- merce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. WILLIAMSON, WARREN J., JR.; (Jr.); Greenville; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. WILLIS, GEORGIA; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu. WILLIS, LARRY KENNETH; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WILLOUGHBY, LORETTA CATHERINE; (Jr.); Valley Stream, New York; Arts and Sciences. WILSON, CAROLE ANN; (Soph.); Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILSON, DANIEL CLAY; (Soph.); Montgomery; Arts and Sci- ences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILSON, DOROTHY ELIZABETH; (jr. ); Memphis, Tennessee; Ed- ucation; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILSON, ELIZABETH PATRICIA; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WILSON, EMILY ELIZABETH; (Soph.); Florence; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WILSON, HARLEY DWIGHT; (Jr.); Chrysler; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. Undergraduates ,., o ft ttj 569 Undergraduates WILSON, HOWARD WINTERS; (Jr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILSON. JOSEPH FARRISH; (Frj; Selma; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. WILSON, JULIA MARIE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WILSON, LANIER; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. WILSON, LAURA MYRTLE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. WILSON, MARGARET OLIVIA; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WILSON, MARTHA VELERIE; (Soph.); Jonesboro, Georgia; Educa- tion. WILSON, MARY KATHLEEN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Delta Pi. WILSON, PATTIE ANN; (Soph.); Livingston; Arts and Sciences. WILSON, PHILIP MC BRIDE, II; (Fr.); Childersburg; Arts and Sciences. WILSON, ROBERT JAMES; (Fr.); Millbrook; Education. WILSON, STEVEN GUY; (Jr.); Miclbrook; Chemistry. WILSON, SYLVIA JOETTE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. WILSON, WILLIAM MICHAEL; (Jr.); Puhiski, Tennessee; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. WILSON, WILLIAM THOMAS; (Jr.); Parrish; Engineering; Sigma Nu. WIMBERLEV, MARY LINDA; (Soph.); Silas; Arts and Sciences. WINBORNE, CAROL ELAINE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WINDER, EDWARD KEITH; (Soph.); Richmond, Virginia; Com- merce and Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa. WINDOM, STEPHEN RALPH; (Soph,); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Phi Kappa fiema. WINFIELD, LYNDA DARLENE; ijr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. WINSOR, NANCY LOU; (Soph.); Mobile; Education; Delta Delta Delta. WINSTEAD, RICHARD CAIN; (Jr.); University; Commerce and Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon. WISDOM, JOHN CHARLES; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. WISE, DAVID CLIFTON; (Soph.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences. WISE, JULIA JANE; (Fr.i; HuntsviUe; Commerce and Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Delta. WISE, MARY ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. WISEMAN, MELVIN BARNETT; (Fr.); Mobile; Arts and Sciences; Lambda Chi Alpha. WOLIN, KAREN BARBARA; (Soph. i; HuntsviUe; Arts and Sciences. WOLKE, GREG JOHN; (Jr.); Montgomery; Education; Pi Kappa Phi. WOLTZ, CAROLYN BRECKINRIDGE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. WOO, GEORGE; (Fr.i; Savannah, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. WOOD, CHARLOTTE ANNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Mu. WOOD, DAVID WEIR; (Jr. i; Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration; Phi Delta Theta. WOOD, DEBORAH; (Fr.i; Birmingham) Arts and Sciences. WOOD, JODY RENEE; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education; Phi Mu. WOOD, JOHN HALSEY; (Fr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Delta Theta. WOOD, JACQUELINE ANN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sci- ences. WOOD, JAMES EUGENE, JR.; (Fr.); Reform; Arts and Sciences. WOOD, JOHNNYE AGNES; (Fr.); Northport; Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. WOOD, JOSEPH CURTIS; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WOOD, MARCIA ELIZABETH; (Fr.i; Tuscaloosa; Education; Al- pha Chi Omega. WOOD, RICHARD WALLACE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WOOD, ROBERT WAYNE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration. WOOD, ROYCE WILBURN; (Fr.); Hackleburg; Arts and Sciences. WOOD, SARAH DIANNE; (Fr.); Blountsville; Arts and Sciences. WOOD, SUSAN BOYNE; (Jr.); Covington, Louisiana; Home Eco- nomics; Pi Beta Phi. WOODALL, CHARLES JACKSON; (Jr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. WOODALL, DAVID HALL; (Fr.); Birmingham; Engineering. WOODARD, RONALD DALE; (Fr.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration. WOODLEY, PAMELA GAYLE; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Gamma Delta. 570 WOODMAN, NANCY REBECCA; (Frj; Tuscaloosa; Education; Delta Zc-ta. WOODRUFF, DAVID TIMOTHY; (Sophj; Jax, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Kappa. WOODS, KATHERINE GLOVER; (Jr.;; Jasper; Education; Chi O me 14a. WOODWARD, LEE ALAN; iFrJ; Huntsville; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WOODWARD, THOMAS ALVES; (Fr.); Arab; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. WOOLDRIDGE, DAVID MACE; iF r.); Northport; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. WOOLF, ALEXANDRA; ijr.i; Miami Beach, Florida; Education; Delta Phi Epsilon. WOOLF, BEVERLY LUCILE; (Jr.); Anniston; Education; Chi Ome- ga. WOOLFE, MARIANNE THERESE; (Soph.); Birmingham; Educa- tion; Delta Gamma. WOOLLEN, ELIZABETH MARRISETTE; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta. WOOLLEY, WILLIS PAUL; (Soph.); Montgomery; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. WORRELL, JONATHAN PATTERSON; (Jr.); Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon. WOZNIAK, DAWN MARIE; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. WRENN, PATRICK RONALD; (Fr.); San Bernardino, Cilifornia; Commerce and Business Administration. WRIGHT, ANNE TENNENT; (Fr.); Mobile; Education; Kappa Del- ta. WRIGHT, CATHY SUZANNE; (Soph.); Fort Benning, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha. WRIGHT, CHARLES CORLEY; (Jr.); Leeds; Education; Education, WRIGHT, CHARLES ELLIOTT; (Fr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration; Theta Xi. WRIGHT, INGE HERTA; (Fr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. WRIGHT, PAMELA LYNN; (Fr.); Cinnaminson, New Jersey; Com- merce and Business Administration. WRIGHT, SANDRA SUE; (Fr.i; Spnngville; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi. WRIGHT, SILAS TIMOTHY; (Soph.); Montgomery; Engineering. WRIGHT, SHERRY LEIGH; (Fr.); Selma; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. WRIGHT, SUSAN; (Soph.); Fayette; Education; Alpha Gamma Delta. WRIGHT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY; (Soph.); Adger; Engineering. W ' ATT, MICHAEL WILTON; (Soph.); Vandalusia; Chemistry; Beta Theta Pi. WYiMER, JOHN FRANCIS, III; (Soph.), West Palm Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi. YANN, ROBERT MAURICE; (Jr.); Louisville, Kentucky; Commerce and Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. YARBROUGH, MARGA DIANNE; (Soph.i; Birmingham; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi. YATES, CHARLES BENJAMIN; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration. YATES, LINDA ANN; (Jr.); Greenwood, Mississippi; Education. YEACKLE, WILLIAM EDWARD; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. YEAGER, DEBORAH JEAN; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. YEAGER, EARL STEPHEN; (Soph.); Welch, West Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi. YEALD, PRISCILLA JANE; (Fr.); Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Kappa Delta. YOAKUM, JOHN FRANKLIN; (Fr.); Orlando, Florida; Arts and Sciences. YONGE, PHYLLIS LEIGH; (Soph.); Citronelle; Arts and Sciences. YORK, CAROL; (Fr.); Fort Benning, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. YOUNG, ANDREA LEA; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Al- pha Chi Omega. YOUNG, DAVID MICHAEL; (Jr.); Birmingham; Engineering. YOUNG, EDWIN GLASS; (Jr.); Uniontown; Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. YOUNG, MARTHA ANN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta. YOUNG, MARY MARGARET; (Fr.); Birmingham; Education. YOUNGBLOOD, GLENDA SUSAN; (Soph.); Tuscaloosa; Arts and Sciences. YOUNGSON, GEORGE MITCHELL; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Commerce and Business Administration; Sigma Nu. YOUNT, PHYLLIS ANN; (Jr.); Charlotte, North Carolina; Educa- tion. YOW, L. NORRIS; (Fr.); Birmingham; Arts and Sciences. ZAKANYCZ, MARY ANNE; (Soph.); Decatur; Education. ZALASAR, MANFRED JERRY; (Jr.); Huntsville; Commerce and Business Administration. ZALOWITZ. SAMUEL JOEL; (Fr.); Memphis, Tennessee; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. Undergraduates kdth ■ ' 571 Undergraduates ZAPOTOCKV. JOANN MARY; (Soph.i; Huntsville; Education. ZASA, ROBERT J,; iFr.i; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Arts and Sciences. ZEFF, HOWARD WILLIAM; (Soph.); Florence; Commerce and Business Admmistration; Zeta Beta Tau. ZION, GARY ALLAN; (Fri; Birmingham; Engineering; Phi Sigma Pi. ZUKOWSKL BARBARA VERONICA; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Education. ZUKOWSKL DONALD B.; (Jr.); Tuscaloosa; Engineering. ZWEIG, DENNIS JAY; (Jr.); Birmingham; Commerce and Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. 572 |l BELIEVE TOO! Advertising Across 10th Street from Martha Porhom and Mary Burke Dorms 10th Street and 6th Avenue ■ " fi ..V- 1010 Eighth Avenue Tuscaloosa. Alabama Phone 758-7554 701 TENTH STREET TUSCALOOSA Footwear With Flair And Unique Boutique . . . 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[II or ooLieoi 6015 travis lane • shawnee mission, kansas 66202 When you want everything to be right Subject Index Ac.n.i.1 315 At.Klc-mics SO Acknowledgments 60 " A Club KM Advertising I ' l Alro-American Society 447 AFROTC 102 AFORTC Sponsors 421 A«nes Ellen Harris Cluh 428 AIAA 4i8 AllE H- Air Force Cidet Officers Club 420 AIME 4iS Al.ih.im.1 Beauties 272 Al.ib.ima Union 195 Alpha Chi Omega il7 Alpha Delta Pi 319 Alpha Epsilon Pi 321 Alpha Gamma Delta 323 Alpha Kappa Psi 430 Alpha Lambda Delta 422 Alpha Omicnin Pi 325 Alpha Tau Omega 327 Alpha Xi Delta 329 American Institute of Interior Designers 443 American Society ot Civil Engineers 441 Army ROTC 104 Arnold Air Society 420 AROTC Sponsors 4 19 Arts and Sciences 82 AWS 191 B Bama Day 1 16 Band 142 Baseball 244 B.isketball 2t2 Bench and Bar Beta Alpha Psi 4 32 Beta Gamma Sigma 445 Beta Theta Pi 331 Board ol Publications 4 14 Cavaliers Cipstone Collumns 187 Cheerleaders 140 Chi Epsilon 442 Chi Omega 333 Chi Phi 335 Choral Union 45 1 Circle K 446 Classes 452 Comment 145 Concert and Lectures Series 151 COROLLA n6 Cotillion Club 164 Crimson Girls 4 10 Crimson-White 182 D Debate 4 15 Dedication 4 Delta Chi 3 3 Delta Delta Delta 339 Delta Gamma 34 1 Delta Kappa Epsilon 343 Delta Phi Epsilon 345 Delta Sigma Pi 435 Delta Tau Delta 347 Delta Zcta 349 Education 93 Emphasis 1 46 Engineering 90 Epilogue 608 Eta Kappa Nu 44 " Experimental College 126 Farrago I ' 0 Features 26 I Festival of Arts 157 Football 206 Gator Bowl 228 Golf 254 Graduate School 80 Graduate School Pictures 458 Homecoming 132 Home Economics 9( H 1 Index 591 Inter-Fraternity Council 1 ' ) Inter-murals 258 Introduction 6 ISA 424 J Jasons 408 Kappa Alpha 351 Kappa Alpha Theta 353 Kappa Delta i55 Kappa Kappa Gamma 35 " Lambda Chi Alpha 361 Law School 78 Law School Pictures 461 M Marketing Club 434 Men ' s Resident Hall Association 4l ' Mortar Board 406 N National Collegiate Association tor Secretaries 429 O Omicron Delta Kappa 405 Organizations 402 Panhellenic 198 Phi Beta Kappa 440 Phi Delta Theta 363 Phi Epsilon Pi 365 Phi Eta Sigma 423 Phi Gamma Delta 567 Phi Kappa Psi 369 Phi Kappa Sigma 3 " 1 Phi Mu 3 3 Phi Mu Epsilon 439 Phi Upsilon Omicron 433 Pi Beta Phi " " Pi Kappa Alpha 379 Pi Kappa Phi 381 Pi Tau Sigma 444 RilleClub 255 Scabbard and Blade 4 18 School Presidents 490 Seniors 465 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 383 Sigma Alpha Eta 450 Sigma Chi 385 Sigma Chi derby 138 Sigma Delta Chi 451 Sigma Delta Tau 38 " Sigma Nu 389 Sigma Phi Epsilon 391 Silent and Unrecognized VCorld 52 Sky Diving 262 Social Work 98 Spirit 426 Sports 200 Student Government Association 1 " 0 Student Life 130 Student Life Committee 4l4 Swan Club 42 " Swimming 242 Tau Beta Pi 431 Tennis 256 Theta Chi i93 Theta Tau 395 Theta Xi 3 7 Town Girls 4 15 Track 250 Triangle 4l3 U University of Alabama at Birmingham 106 University of Alabama at Huntsville 1 Id University Library System 102 University Singers 451 University Theatre 161 Who ' s Who ' s 454 Women ' s Residence Wrestling 254 YWCA 439 Zeta Beta Tau V)9 Zeta Tau Alpha lOl W Hall Council 4 16 593 Student Index AARON. lANICE DIANE 592 ABBOTT, lANES BATES 492 ABBOTT, MICHAEL STEPHEN 492,395 ABBOTT, WILLIAM RICHARD 464,397 ABELE, lULIA GRANT 492,357 ABERCROMBIE, ALICE ANN 492,355 ABERCROMBIE, NANCE AMANDA 492 ABERNATHE, WILLIAM JAMES. JR. 492 ABERNETHY, WILLIAM ERVIN. JR. 492 ACEE. WESLIEY W ' INCHELL. Ill 492,35 1 ACHATZ, LINDA MARIE 492 ACHORN, JUDITH LYNN 492,333.427 ACKERMAN. PETER LEE 492.383 ACKERMANN. ROBERT PAUL 3 1.492 ACCUFF. FRED M IR 1: .46! ADAIR. CHARLES EDWARD 464.351 ADAIR. lAMES ROBERT 492.327 ADIAR. OLIVIA VYNN 492.401 ADDAMS. BARBARA JEAN 339.492 ADAMS. DALE ROGER 315.492 ADAMS. HARRE ALBERT 492.315 ADAMS. JAMES MICHAEL 492 ADAMS. KENNETH RAY 492.337 ADAMS. LUCIA REED 458 ADAMS. MARGARET DEAN 35 5,492 ADAMS. PHIL ABELINE i51 ADAMS. ROBERT S. 492 ADAMS. ORSEMARY 492 ADAMS. STEPHEN ANTHONY 492.423 ADAMS. SUSAN ELIZABETH 492 ADAMS. WALT LEE 492 ADAMS. WILLIAM CALVIN 389,492 ADAMS. CHARLES EDWARD 351,464 ADDERHOLD. TERR i ' WAYNE 492 ADKINS. lOHN RAINEY 492 ADNEE. CHRISTINE LOU 377.492 AGEE. WILLIAM HENRY 492.417 AGROW. ANDREA LYNNE 492 AKERS. OTTIE III 492.361 AKIN. RAY 442. 4M ALAMEDDINE. KHALED SAMIH 464 ALBRIGHT. CAROLINE HALE 401,492 ALBRIDHT, PEGGIE LYNNE 492 ALDERDICE. lOHN DOUGLAS 492 ALDRIDGE. BONITA SUE 492 ALEXANDER. CAROL POPE 333 ALEXANDER. CHARLES 431 ALEXANDER. DAN C;,. 461 ALEXANDER. DANNY LEVERT 492 ALEXANDER. DONALD LEE 174.492 ALEXANDER. ELAINE 456.407,456 ALEXANDER. FIDELIA 333.492 ALEXANDER. JANER ELIZABETH 492 ALEXNADER. MICHAEL DONALD 492 ALEXANDER. NANCY LEE 492 ALEXANDER. THOMAS 4 8 ALFORD. THOMAS JOSEPH i5 1.492 ALFORD. WILLIAM DAVID 492 ALLEN. ADRIENNE GAIL 333.492 ALLEN, AUBRE ' i ' BLAINE 492 ALLEN. CAROL FRANCIS 492 ALLEN. CHARLES HEADLEY 38 3.493 ALLEN. CRAIG S i92 ALLEN. DAVID ALBERT 493 ALLEN. ENOUGH CHRIS 464 ALLEN. GEORGE WILLIAM III 493 ALLEN. GILBERT MARTIN 375.464 ALLEN. HERBERT RAY 375.464 ALLEN. I DELL IR. 493 ALLEN. JACK GLENN 389.493 ALLEN. JANE SMART 373,493 ALLEN. WANDA RACHEL 317.493 ALLEN. WILLIAM 381.464 ALLEY, SUSNA LYNNE 355,493 ALLIN. MARTHA M 33,493 ALLISON. PATRICIA DIANE 464 ALLISON. PATRICIA JEAN 401,493,427 ALLISON. SHANNON 456,407 ALLERD. LARRY DOUGLAS 337.464 ALLRED. REBECCA SUE 493 ALLUMS. BETTY JO 341.493 ALLUMS. ClNTHIA LYNN 319.493 ALLUMS. 10 ANN 493 ALRED, ROBERT WILLIAM 493 ALSTON. VALERIE ANN 493 ALTHAUS. JUTITH ANN 349,493 ALTHERR. JAc:K RICHARD 49 AMASON. JAMES RICHARD 493 AMBROSE, PATRICIA HA ■WARD 377.493 AMBROSE. WILLIAM THOMAS JR. 493 AMERINE, HENRY MILLARD 464 AMERINE, KATHRYN PAULA 493 AMICK, RALPH O. 49 S AMMONS. FREDERICK SHERWOOD 493 AMMONS, ROXANNE CHERIE 493 ANDERS. DANA LOUISE 321.493 ANDERSON. ANNE DUDLEY 493 ANDERSON. BRUCE HENRY 395,493 ANDERSON. CHRISTA ELAINE 493 ANDERSON. DAVID DEWAYNE 493 ANDERSON. EVELYN 2.S0. 173.493 ANDERSON, GORDON CHRIS 395.493 ANDERSON, JANET 355.493 ANDERSON. lOE MARK 361,493 ANDERSON. JOANN ALICE 325,493 ANDERSON. JOHN WILLIAM 464 ANDERSON. LAURA JEAN 464 ANDERSON. PAUL JOHN 493 ANDERSON. ROBERT LEON 359,493 ANDERSON. THOMAS PERRIN 327.493 ANDERSON, W. GAIL 349.493 ANDERTON. CYNTHIA LEE 373,493 ANDERTON. NORMA GAYLE 317,464 ANDERTON. RO ' DOUGLAS 493 ANDREWS. BILL WISHART 493 ANDREWS. CLIFFORD A. 493 ANDREWS. DEBORAH SUE 493 ANDREWS. EDSEL ALRIEDGE 359.493 ANDREWS. LINDA DELL 493 ANDREWS. MICHAEL REESE 493 ANDREWS. OSA LAMAR HI 363.493 ANDREWS. RHONDA J- 494 ANDROSKl. EDWARD 464 ANTIONIO. PATRICIA JEAN 494 APEL. JOHN FREDRICK 494 APEL. SHARON KA E 339.464 APPELMAN. RHONDA LY ' N 345.494 AQUILINO. VINCENT C 494 ARBOGAST. LINDA SUE 494 ARENDALL. ROBERT ALEXANDER 383,494 ARMBRESTER. DAVID ARNOLD 351.494 ARMISTEAD, GEORGE SIDNEY 19 1 ARMISTEAD. WENDYLE ELIZABETH 37 3.494 ARMOUR. BEVERLY MURRAY 125.494 ARMSTRONG. lAMES DANIEL, III 369.464 ARMSTRONG. JERl lOAN 494 ARMSTRONG. KAYE ELIZABETH 494 ARMSTRONG. PATRICIA LOUISE 3 39.494 ARMSTRONG. RUBY DEE i94 ARMSTRONG. STEPUEN ROBERT 494 ARNOLD. ALLAN 42 " ARNOLD. DAVID WHISENANT 359.464 ARNOLD. LINDA CHRISTINE 341.494 ARNOLD. RICHARD EDWARD 385.494 ARNOLD. SHARON JO 49i ARNOLD. STEPHEN RICHARD 347.494 ARRINGTON. ERIC MAURICE 494 ARRINGTON. WILLIAM MEEK 395.494 ASH. RICKY WAYNE 494 ASHE. EVELYN 494 ASHENFELTER. MALENNA LOW 464 ASHFORD. DONNELL C 494 ASHURST. JUDITH OWENS 49 i ASKEW. ELIZABETH LAW 32 3.494 ASPRAY. DONALD WAYNE 494 ATHEY. JAMIE LEE 157.464 ATKINS. DANNY DEAN 494 ATKINS. E KAY 373.494 ATKINS. LARRY MAXIE 494 ATKINS. SONERA JOAN 494 ATKINS. THOMAS LYNN 381.464 ATTAWAY. ALFRED WALTER. JR. 494 ATWELL. PAULA 333.494 AUERBACH. LARRY ALLAN 174,399,494 AUSMAN. KENNY JOE 397,494 ALFVIL, JlMM-l ' DEAN 315.494 AVERETTE. TRC1ILANE 494 AVER-l ' , JAMES RICHARD. Ill 385,494 AXT, LINDA KATHRYN 325.494 AYCOCK, JERR ' l ' ANN 323,494 AYER, ELIZABETH ANN 377,494 A " 1 ' ER. SUSAN CHASE 377.494 A ' l ' OUB. ANTOINE 447 B BAARS. LUANNE FIRESTONE 353,464 BABIN. VIRGINIA ANNE 333.494 BACCHUS. JOE 412 BACKER. STEVEN ALAN 391,494 BACON. JOSELYN CECILLE 494 BADHAM. CRAWFORD GLENN 347,494 BAE X ' ALD. ROSS FORNEY 494 BAGGETT. BYRON lACKSON 4 30,446.464 BAGGETT, JENNIFER ANN 329.494 BAGGETT. REBECCA LEA 494 BAGWELL. CLIFFORD GLADNEY 363.494 BAGWELL. JANIS CATHERYN 495 BAILES, EMILU F 32 3.495 BAILES, GEORGE LEWIS, III 464 BAILE-l ' , BARBARA GAIL 495 BAILE-l ' , BARBARA JANE 401.495 BAILE ' l ' . BRENDA ANN 464 BAILEY. BRENDA GAIL 495 BAILEY, CECIL EUGENE 371,495 BAILEY, CHARLES EVERETT 363.495 BAILEY, ELLA KATHERINE 341.464 BAILEY, ERNEST MINGE, JR. 381,464 BAILEY, ERNEST STEVEN 495 BAILED ' , FOSTER POINTER 381.495 BAILEY, GEORGIA ANNE 401,495 BAILE ' l ' , GORDON F.. JR. 461 BAILE1 ' , GUY HUBERT, III 495 BAILED ' , lAMES DOUGLAS 495 BAILE ' l-. lOHN IRA. JR. 495 BAILEY, " mYRA LYNN 495 BAILEY, PATTIE EDITH 357.495 BAILEY. WILLIAM MICHAEL 464 BAIN, JAMES MONTGOMERY 147.495 BAINS. JOHN MAXWELL 327.464 BAITES, CHARLES CLIFTON 379,464 BAITES. lOHN WARREN 335.495 BAKER, CONNIE JEANINE 464 BAKER, GEORGE THOMAS 375,464 BAKER, JAMES ROBERT 379,495 BAKER. JOSEPH DANIEL 375.464 BAKER. SANDRA DEAN 458 BAKER. SCHU ' lLER ALLEN 379.464 BALDWIN. MARGARET ALICE 495 BALDWIN. SUSANNE FRANCIS 377,464 BALDWON. MIKE 4 16 BALL. JANE ALICE 495 BALLARD. CHRISTINE R 174.495 BALLARD. GEORGE PAUL 495 BALLARD. MARGARET SHERWOOD 325.495 BALLY. HARVE ' l ' 4 10 BANKS. J DONALD 161.495 BANKS. JAMES THORMAN 399.495 BANKS. JANE COLEMAN 357,464 BANKSTON. LINDA 113.495 BANKSTON. SHELIA FAYE 427,495 BARANSKI. LINDA LEA 125,495 BARBEE. GARY MICHAEL 495 BARBER. GEORGIANNE 377.495 BARBER. PAMELA MARCIA 325.495 BARBER, THOMAS GRIFFIN 311.495 BARELARE, JOHN DORNER 367.495 BARKER, CAROL JANICE 319.495 BARNES, ANTHON • LOUIS 495 BARNES, BEVERLY JEAN 495 BARNES, BRUCE WALTER 367,495 BARNES, DEBORAH PATTERSON 323,495 BARNES, ELLEN AMELIA 193.373.495 BARNES, JAMES DEWITT 495 BARNES, REBECCA LYDIG 119,495 BARNES, STEVENSON FLETCHER 391.495 BARNETT, DAVID C. 379.461 BARNETT. HENRY C. 127.495 BARNETT, ROBERT 442 BARNETT. THOMAS WILSON 495 BARNHART. JENNIFER LYNN 351.495 BARR. NANCY O BRIEN 373,464 BARR. lOHN DAVID 495 BARR. ROBERT WILLIAM 359,495 BARRETT. ANITA FAYE 495.416 BARRINGTON, GAIL ELIZABETH 495 BARRON, RANDY 404 BARROW. DEBORAH ANN 329.495 BARR ' l ' . EDWARD JAMES 496 BARTLETT. AMELIA lANE 464 BARTON. BARBARA ANN 465 BARTON. CHARLES RAYBURN 465 BARTON, JODIE LYNNE 465 BARTON. THOMAS DUDLEY 496 BARTON. WILLIAM CHARLES 496 BARTON. WILLIAM lACKSON. JR 38 1.496 BASS, JON LARRY 496 BASS, RUTHIE 431,441.448 BASSETT, CAROLE LEAVEL 465 BASSETT. GREGORY LOSTON 496 BASSETT, JAMES LEE 496 BATCHELOR, SONYA DEANE 443,496 BATEMAN, BONNIE lOY 496 BATES. BETTY MARGARET 3 39.496 BATES. CAROLINE CARGILE 333,465 BATES. DONNA JEAN 496 BATES, DORIS DIANN 496 BATES, JOHN M. 181,496 BATES, KENNETH DEAN 465 BATES. RONDI LAIN 139.496 BATES, THOMAS OVERALL 355.465 BATIZY, RITA DIANE 496 BATSON, HERBERT BRADY 496 BATSON, ROBERT GROVER 496 BATTLES. HAYDEN RANDALL 46 1 BATTY, SARA JANELLE 401.496 BAUER. BRUCE J 379.496 BAUER. SUE ANNE 496 BAUGHMAN. GEORGIA MARIE 199. 341.465 BAUMAN. THOMAS H 496 BAXENDALE. CAROL JOYCE i96 BAXTER. TOBERT M.. JR. 496 BAXTER. WILLIAM FRANCIS. JR. 465 BAYNE. WILLIAM RODERICK 496 BEACH. PTRICIA ELAINE 129,496 BEACHAM, WILLIAM A. 496 BEADLE. SAMUEL GREGORY 383,496 BEADLES. DATHERINE PERKINS 333,496 BEAGLE. RONALD MAX 465 BEAL. DONALD MORRIS 496 BEAN. BARBARA JO 125.496 BEAN. TERRESA ANN 496 BEARDEN. MARTHA ALICE 496 BEARDEN. RONALD PARNELL 496,438 BEASLE ' l ' . CHARLES A 15 1.496 BEASLEY. FOWLER CYNTHIA 496 BEASLEY. ROBERT MICHAEL 331.496 BEASLEY. SATAH ELIZABETH 323.465 594 BEATV, THALIA LEAUTINDA 496 BEAUCHAMP. ANNETTE MERSHON 557,496 BEAUCHAMP, LYNN MERSON 355,496 BEAVEN. HORACE HARRISON 343.496 BEAVERS, VIRGINIA LEIGH 377,496 BEAVERS, WENDELL MAURICE 496 BECHAM, DANA 1.S2 BECK. PAMELA KEENE V 9,496 BECKLE ' l ' , SLISAN ELENOR 496 BEDFORD. WYEMA ANN 496 BEDEXJW, JANE GREY 339,496 BEDSOLE, GLENN 4 39 BEDSOLE. TRAVIS MASSEY, JR. 343.496 BEEBE. BARBARA ANN 465 HEELER, JOHN HINKLEY. JR. 343,496 BELL, MARVIN DON 497 BELL, RICHARD H 347,497 BELL, SHEILA MAE 429,497 BELL, STEPHEN RICHARD i9 BELYEU, lOHN MICHAEL i9 BENEFIELD. KATHRYN ANN 497 BENEFIELD. PHILIP CROWDER 3 57,497.4 35 BENN. lACQUELYN LYNDA 497 BENNETT. BETTY ANN 465.32 3 BENNET BUDDY 4l2 BENNETT. DANNY EARL 417.497 BENNETT, DAVID GEORGE 379,497 BENNETT, DEBORAH JO 353,497 BENNETT, ELINOR SUE 465 BENNETT, LEANNE 355,497 BENNETT, NANCY L. 497 BENNETT, WALTER lOSEPH 497 BENNETT, WILLIAM GEORGE 497 BENSON, DUDLEY DAVID 465 BENSON, EDWARD 447 BENSON, JOHNNY FLOYD 497 BENSON, NANCY SUSAN 377,497 BENTLEY, GARY MICHAEL 465 BENTLEY, GLENDA KAYE 497 BENTLE •, JAMES ROBERT 40-4,497 BENTLEY, lANET BENTLEY, lEAN HODGES 497 BENTLEY. RICHARD LEE 465 BENTON, DANIEL ALEXANDER 461 BENTON, MARY ELLEN 357,465 BERGER, STEVEN R 461 BERNBAUM, lOAN LYNN 465 BERRY, LESLIE 355,497 BERRY. MAR ' CECIL 401,497 BERRY, PATRICIA ANN 497 BERRY. RONALD WAYNE 497 BERRY. SUSAN EDITH 497 BESEKER, ED 4 15 BESHEARS, lEMlSON ROGER 465 BESSETTE, EDWARD GARY 465 BEST, GEORGE ROGER 465 BETSILL, ROSEMARY 319,497 BEVEN. KAREN 426 BFVILLE, DOUGLAS CUNNINGHAM 363,497 SEVILLE, LINDA LEWIS 357,497 BEVILLE, NARVIE LUCILLE 339,497 BIBLE, DONNA 185 BIGGS, KIM BAILIFF 357,497 BILLITS. LAWRENCE TH OMAS 497 BILLS, MARY IRENE 458 BILLUPS, PAMELA LORENE 497 BINGHAM, BARBARA DIANE 341,497 BIRMINGHAM, SANDRA JEAN 497 BISHOP, CYNTHIA 497 BISHOP. HARVEY GLENN 465 BISHOP. lAMES LARRY 359,497 BISHOP, LINDA lANE 497 BISHOP, RICHARD OLIVER 351,497 BISSELL, lEAN SHERLING 355,497 BITTLE, MAR-l ' POSEY 497 BITTLE, ROBERT JOHN 465 BIVONA, lAKE VINCENT 381.497 BIVONA. lOHN SEBASTIAN 381,497 BLACK, DANIEL HUGH 465 BLACK. WENDELL HAILS 497 BLACKBURN. JANE CHURCH 325,465 BLACKBURN. REBECCA TURNER 32 3,497 BLACKBERBY. JOHN WILLIAM 497 BLACKBERBY, MICHAEL BRUCE 497 BLACKMAN, LOUISE 429 BLACKMARR, ANNA GRACE 193,339,497 BLACKMON, CONNIE 497 BLACKMON. NAN ELIZABETH 349,465 BLACKSHEAR, ALAN DALE 498 BLACKSTON, PEGGY JANE 465 BLACKWELL, CLAY T. 430 BLAIR. MARY ANN 341,413,430.439.498 BLAIR. NANCY IRENE 458 BLAISDELL, STEVE Ul BLAKE, BEN WINSTON, JR 359.498 BLAKE. VIRGINIA KATHRYN 319.410.422.498 BLAKENEY. CHARLES W. 498 BLAKNE Y. JAMES ALVIN 465 BLALOCK. BRENDA BETH 465 BLALOCK, PAMELA PAULINE 465 BLAND. JOHN GRADY 465 BLAND. WILLIAM 444 BLANK. IRA LEONARD 321,498 BLANKENSHIP. CLYDE AOAN 385,498 BLANKENSHIP. LESLIE ALVIN 498 BLANKS. MAE CAROL 458 BLAZYNSKI. WILLIAM LAWRENCE 498 BLEDSOLE. FRANCES McENTIRE 355,498 BLEIER, JUDY 429 BLEVONS, MICHAEL EDWARD 498 BLOUNT. FRANCES ELIZABETH 465 BLOUNT. MARY JO 49.49,S BLOUNT. PHM.LIS McLAUGHLIN i49,498 BLUM GERRARD L, 65,498 BLUMERFELD. RICHARD STEPHEN 365,498 BODENHEIMER, lEANNE 498 BODIFORD, THOMAS E. 397.498 BOEHM. DANA LEE 77.498 BOGGESS. ANDREW LACEY. JR. 498,423.438 BOHANNON. BARBARA ELAINE 498 BOLDING. SAM HENRY. JR, 331.498 BOLEN. lOE BENJAMIN. Ill 327.498 BOLES. CLAYTON EUGENE 391.498 BOLES. KATHERINE ALLENE 498 BOLIN. MAR ' SUSAN 465 BOLLING. VIRGINIA ROSS 323.498 BOLT. DALE ERSKINE 397,498 BOLTON. ELIZABETH RUTH 498 BOLTON. KERMIT PEARSON 397.498 BOLTON WILBURN DONALD 383.498 BOND. RICHARD LEWIS 365.478 BOND SCHERREINE DEA 465.416 BONHAM. SHARON LYNN 498 BONNER, lUDY i4 1.428,433.465 BONNER, " rosemary 373.498 BOOK. PERI FRANCES 498 BOOKER. AMELIA LAURIE 465 BOONE. CLAUDE DAVID 335.498 BOONE GORDON DAVID 3 35.465.4 36 BOOREAM, CYNTHIA ANNE 339.417.498 BOOTH. BETTY JEAN 498.416 BOOTH. THOMAS WARREN 498 BOOTHE. EDMUND DOUGLAS 498 BOOTHE. MELINDA MARIE 498 BORNSTEIN, THADA 387.498 BORROUGH. RICHARD 432 BOSCHUNG, PAUL 404 BOSTICK. HARRIET 175 BOSTICK. JOHN GORDEN 367.498 BOSWELL. GRETCHEN ANITA 35 3.498 BOSWELL. JUDY 284 BOSWELL, LINDA LOU 498 BOSWELL, RICHARD STARR, JR- 363,498 BOTNIK, BARBARA ANN 498 BOWDEN, JOHN 423 BOWDEN. MARY ELIZABETH 355,498 BOWE, JOHN 435 BOWERS, MIDHELE CLAIRE 333,498 BOWLES, CANDICE ADAIR 317,498 BOWLES, JAMES ROBERT 461 BOWRON, JAMES SHELBY 347,498 BOWRON, WALTER FLENN, JR. 383,498 BOYCE, SHERYL KAY 345,498 BOYD. ANDA 323.498 BOYD, HAL 499 BOY ' D, PATRICIA CHERYL 401,499 BOYD, PIERCE 437 BOYD, RICHARD HAMLIN 499 BOYD, RUTH ELAINE 373,499 BOYD, SMITH DELOS 499 BOYD WINIFRED KIRKPATRICK 349,499 BOYETT, MYRIAM DENNIS 341,499 BOYETT. SUE ELLEN 319.499 BOZEMAN, ROBIN ELIZABETH 317,499,279 BRABNER, TERESA ANN 323,499 BRACKIN, LINDA MARIAN 293,323.499 BRACKIN. RONALD lERALD 499 BRACKNER. JOSEPH EDDIE 499 BRACKNER. WILLIAM O 461 BR ADEN MARGARET SPANGLER 3 39,499 BRADEN, MARTHA GAYLE 341,499 BRADFORD. BETTY ANNE 499 BRADFORD, GARY MARTIN 369.499 BRADLEY, CRAIG 447 BRADLEY, lOE WALTON 363,499 BRADLEY. lOHN EILLIAM 389,412.499 BRADLEY, RICHARD 423,438 BRADLEY, WILLIAM JACKSON, III 499 BRADY, JANET RUTH 499 BRANCH. CLIFFORD LANIER 383,461.432 BRAND. lAMES MICHAEL 499 BRANDON. THOMAS LAFAYETTE 499 BRANNON. MARTHA B. 458 BRANNON. MARTIN LOUIS 499 BRANSON. TERRY WAYNE 499 BRANTLEY, JOSEPH KIRVEN. Ill 343,499 BRANTLEY. WARREN GILBERT 499 BRASWELL. DWIGHT CORNISH 327,499 BRASWELL. JASON 174 BRAUNLICH. ALBERT 499 BRAY, HULSEY ALEXANDER 371,499 BRAZIL, lANET LYNN 499 BRAZIL, MARTHA 410 BRAZIL, RICHARD ALAN 337,466 BREADEN. DONNA ANN 499 BREAZEALE. THERESA 499 BREEDEN. CATHY ANN J17,499 BRETZ, CHARLES BARTLETT 375,499 BREWER. ELIZABETH ELLIS 499 BREWER. MICHAEL ERIC 499 BREWER. MICHAEL TAYLOR 499 BREWER, WILLIAM FRANK 499 BRIDGES, DONNA G, 499 BRIDGES. JAMES EDWARD. JR. 499 BRIGHT. WILLIAM WHITLEY 381,499 BRIGHTWELL, EDWARD MASSEY 466 BRINER, CARROLL KENNETH. JR. 499 BRISCOE. JAMES ROBERT 499 BRISKMAN. ARTHUR BENNET 177,399,466 BRITTON, KATHLEEN DENNIS 401,499 BRITTON, MAR ' MICHELLE 401,499 BROCK, A. JANE M9,5(10 BROCK, DOUGLAS HOWARD 500 BROCK, REBECCA JOAN V,9.5UO BRODA, SUSAN 40 BROKAW. BARRY ALAN V47.500 BROMLE ■. CLAL ' DE THOMAS. Ill 59.500 BROOK. MAllR i ' lACOB i9 ' ).50() BROOKER. lOHN ROBERT 500 BROOKS, ALAN 500 BROOKS, CHARLOTTE CREAGH 458 BROOKS, JIM 404 BROOKS, J R 174 BROOKS, LINDA JEAN 49,500 BROOKS, MARION KEYS 35 3,500 BROOKS, MUDGE BROOKS, ROBERT TISDALE, JR, 389,408,500 BROOKS, SARAH KATHERINE 355,466 BROOME. lOHN STEPHEN 367.466 BROSIER. DEBORAH ANN 401.500 BROTHERTON. SALLY PATTERSON 323.500 BROUGH. MARGARET CAROL 500 BROUGHTON. DOROTHY 401,500 BROUGHTON, MARY IDELL 357,500 BROWER, WILLIAM JORDAN 500 BROWN. BARBARA SUE 2 .500 BROWN. BETT ' GAIL 500 BROWN, CALVERT HILL 391,500 BROWN, CAROLYN MARIE 500 BROWN, CHARLES CLARE 351,500 BROWN. CHARLES CRISMAN 36 .466 BROWN. DEBORAH ANNE 393.500 BROWN, DON 40) BROWN, DOROTHY MARIE 333.500 BROWN. EDITH lOY i 3.466 BROWN. HARR " ! ' ISON. JR. 359,500,435 BROWN, lAMES DOUGLAS 359,466 BROWN. JAMES EDWARD, IV 343,500 BROWN. JAMES MARTIN, JR. 381,466 BROWN, JANET HELEN 401,500 BROWN, JUDY PRISCILLA 193,341,466,449 BROWN, JEANETTE 349,500 BROWN, LARRY WAYNE 381,500 BROWN, LINDA 29,500 BROWN, MARGARET ELLEN 500 BROWN, MARGARET SUSAN 323.466 BROWN, MELINDA KAY 319,500 BROWN, MICHAEL BURTON 500 BROWN, MICHAEL EUGENE 500 BROWN. QUENTIN CHARLES 385,466 BROWN, RACHEL 355,466 BROWN, REBECCA 323.466 BROWN. REX lOHNSON 500 BROWN. RHONDA MARIE 500 BROWN. ROGER DOUGLAS 466,438 BROWN. STELLA ANN 286,341,466 BROWN, TED DLIKE 347,500 BROWN, WILLIAM E-, JR. 395,500 BROWN. WILLIAM L, 500 BROWN, WINFRED CLINTON 527,500 BROWNE, MARY JEANINE 319.500 BROWNLEE. JAMES, JR 371,500 BRUMLEY. PATRICIA 500 BRUMLOW, CURMILLA GAY 500 BRUNSON, CHARLES WAYNE 500 BRUNSON, MELVIN WAYNE 461 BRUSNIGHAN, JOSEPH EDWARD 500 BRYAN, HOWARD FLOURNOY, IV 466.435 BRYAN. lUDITH ALICIA 466 BRYAN. LYNNE ELIZABETH 500 BRYANT, ALICE ELIZABETH 373,501 BRYANT, CARLOTTA 429 BRYANT, RON 438 BRYANT, WILLIAM JOSEPH 347,501 BRYSON. GEORGE PHILIP 461 BUCHANA. LARRY ELBERT 501 BUCHANAN. LINDA KAYE 373,501 BUCHANAN, SUELLEN 317,466 BUCK, ROBERT LOYE 501 BUCKLEY. LINDA CHRISTINE 319,501 BUCKLEY. MARY SYE 501 BUCKNER. JAMES DOUGLAS 466 BUCKNER. JAMES WILLIAM 466 BUCKNER, JOANN CARROLL 501 BUERGER, CAROLINE SUSAN 357.501 BUERGER. DEBORAH ANNE 357.466 BUFFINGTON, EUNICE ROSE 501 ■ BUFFLER. MARY LYNN 325,501 BUIE, PRISCILLA TEMPIE 355,501 BULLOCK, PATRICIA CAROLE 501 BULTER. JUDY ALLEN 32 3,466 BUTLER, LAURA 193 BUMGARDNER. BONNIE CLAIRE 501 BUNDY. GLADYS JUANITA 458 BUNKLEY. HELEN VIRGINIA 41.501 BURCHFIELD. LINDA KAY 5 1 .501 BURCHFIELD. TERRY LAYNE 501 BURDETTE, BETTYE 37 ,501 BURDICK, FREDA ELIZABETH 501 BURFORD, JAMES FRANK, III 347,501 BURGER, KENNETH EUGENE 501 BURGESS, JACKIE DALE 466 BURGESS, JOHN BARRY 501 BURGESS, PATRICIA ANN 373,501 595 BURKART. FRANCES CAROLYN 501 BURKE. BARBARA ANN 458.4-18 BURKE. PATRICIA HARRIET 2i.501 BURKE. PATRICK ALLEN 501 BURKE. SHAWN MARIE M " ' BURKETT. lOHN EDWARD 501 BURKETT. THOMAS EDWARD 501 BURKHALTER. RACHEL DEAN 501 BURKHALTER. SHARON LEE 501 BURKS. MARY LOU ' 5 =1.501 BURKS. PAMELA SUE 349.501 BURLAGE. DONALD WILLIAM 458 BURLEY. ALVIX I , IR 501 BURNELL. WILLl. M lOSEPH 5()i BURNETT. RICHARD LELAND S ;i.501 BURNETTE. ALBERT HARRISON, JR 501 BURNETTE. JAMES RUSSELL ' i97.501 BURNETTE. SHELLEY KAY -l66 BLTRNS. HEATHER AVIS SI " , 501 BURNS. JEWEL RALPH 501 BURNS. JOHN L 501 BURNS. RICHARD MOORE 4 " ' ,501 BURNS. ROSE MARIE 501 BLTLNS. WILLIAM ARTHLTR 331,501 BL ' RNUM. SUSAN LILLIAM 355.501 BURROUGHS. JEN.NIE lORDAN 501 BLRROUGHS. LENW ARD R 37.501 BURROUGHS. PATRICIA CAROLE 357,501 BURTON. CAROLYN 341.501 BLTITON. HAL STANLEY 501 BLIRTON. JOHN PAUL 397,501 BURTTRAM. BRUCE ALLEN 369.501 BURWELL. EDWIN DUDLEY 351.501 BUSBY. MICHAEL WOODS 389.501 BUSH. GUESNA GARY 355.502 BUSH, JERRY ALAN -l66 BUSH, MARY ANNE 502 BUSH. SHER.AN.N LOUISE 466 BUSKE. lAMES HOW ARD 397.502 BUSSEY. P. TRICIA GAIL 401.502 BUTLER. BRENDA A.NNE 502 BUTLER. GEORGE PATRICK 502 BUTLER. JAMES 4-4 " ' BUTLER. LAURA ANNE 319.502 BUTLER. NICKOLAS MURRAY 466 BUTLER. PHILLIP H 2 .502 BLTTERLY. MICHAEL DUKE 361.502 BYBEE. lANICE SUSAN 502 BY.NU.M. CLARA ANN 466 BYRD. CLAUDIA ANN 355,502 BYRD. JAMES DAVID 361.466 BYRD. KENNETH EUGENE 379.502 BYRD. LARRY 4i8 B ' lRD. MARTHA SUE 466 BYRNE. HAYNES CRAWFORD 502 CADEM, KATHRYN DIAMME 502 CAFFEY. JANE 5 ,502 CAGLE. DAVID BURKE 502 CAIN. JERRY LI ' NN 502 CAIN. JUDITH ALLISON 19 ,401,502 CAIN. MARY SUE 4 1.502 CAIN. SUSAN GAYLE 466 CALDWELL, JAMES DANIEL 347,414.502 CALDWELL, MARY ELIZABETH 199.375.407. 414,452 CALHOUN, TED LAVON 391.502 CALLAHAN. NANCY 415 CALLAWAY, NONCY KAY 373.502 CALVERT, EMMA DIAME 377.466 CAMP, PHILLIP CAMP 502 CAMPBELL. CECILIA 502 CAMPBELL. ELLEN 329.502 CAMPBELL. JAMES MICHAEL 391,502 CAMPBELL. JO ELLEN 466 CAMPBELL. JOHN THOMAS 417.502 CAMPBELL. KENNETH MARION 502 CAMPBELL. LARRY LEE 95,438.502 CAMPBELL, MARSHA M9.502,447 CAMPBELL. PAUL DOW NS 361,502 CAMPBELL, RO.NALD RAY 502 CAMPBELL, SARAH HELEN 323.502 CAMPBELL. STEVE GLENN 383,502 CAMPBELL, STEWART, JR 383,502 CAMPBELL. WARREN 438 CAMPBELL. WILLIAM GEORGE 381.502 CANCEL. IVAN 61.502 CANNON. ANNE 401.466 CANNON. JAMES ERNEST, JR 371,502 CANNON, JANET LEIGH 502 CANNON. JOE MARTIN 502.397 CANNON. LINDA CAROL 502 CANNON. RITA ELIZABETH 401,502 CANNON. THOMAS ALLEN 502 CANNOVA, CARL JOSEPH 466 CANTRELL. DAVID WESTBROOK 42 ,502 CANTRELL, PHILLIP GUY 502 CANTRELL, ROBET 44 " CANZONERI, .MARY BRENDAN 393,429,502 CAPILOUTO, DAVID FRANCE 399.502 CAPLAN, JAiNET BETH 45,502 CAPLAN. STANLEY EDWARD 502 CAPP, ESTHER DALE 387,502 CAPPS, PTRICIA ANN 503 GARDEN. GRIFTON EDWARD 461 GARDEN. LAMAR 1-4.417 CARDWELL. lOHN NATHAN 466 CARETTI. JAMES SALVADOR, JR. 503 CAREY, CAROL LEE 373.503 CARGILL. CATHERINE 503 CARLISLE. LAURA MARGARET 503 CARLTON. T A 442 CARMACK. MONTE AUBREY 47.503 CARMICHAEL. JAMES LARRY 503 CARMICHAEL. lOHN OLSON 375,503 CARNATHAN. SARAH ANN 467.503 CARNES. EDWARD EARL 503 CARNES. JUMMY FRANK 361.503 CARPENTER, JEFF BRYANT 503 CARPENTER. MARY 5 .503 CARPEiNTER. ROBERT HUDDLESTON. JR 503 CARPENTER. SHERREL LEE 50i CARR. RICHARD GREGORY =191.503 CARR. SHERRY JANE =.29.503 CARRELL. DENNIS DEE 467 CARRELL. PATTY ANN =149 CARRIGAN. PATRICK GILL 36 .503 CARROLL. DAVID EUGENE 414.417.467 CARROLL, JOHN 503 CARROLL, KEELS 89,503 CARROLL, SHARON ANITA 505 CARROLL, THOMAS MORRIS. JR. 583.505 CARROLL. VIRGINIA W ILKINS 557 CARSON. .MARCIA 46 " CARSON. RICHARD WALLACE 331.505 CARSON. RICHARD WARREN 505 CARTER. ANNE CLEVELAND 377.503 CARTER. BARBARA ANN 505 CARTER. HARRY LEE 597.461 CARTER. JOHN REX 505 CARTER. KEITH CHRISTOPHER 357.467 CARTER. ROXANNE LEE 50=1 CARTER. R ' lAN FOSTER 505 CARTER. ROBERT QUINCEY 503 CARTER. SANDRA HENDON 467 CARTER. SUZANNE 1-4.422.505 CARTER. THOMAS W ILLIA.M 505 CARVER. SANDRA HE.NDON 467 CARVER. TERESA LYNN 429.503 CASEY. CURTIS MACK 581.467 CASEY. TERESA SUE 505 CASH. ARTHLH VERNON 505 CASH. STANLEY ALLAN 585.467 CASH. THONUS TAYLOR. JR. 177.385,505 CASHIO. ANTHONY 3 31.505 CASKV. BOB 415 CASSADY. ELIZABETH ANN 505 CATLIN. lA.MES TANDOLPH 585.505 CATLIN. MENTOR WILLIAM 467 CATO, KATHRYN MARIE 505 CATRINO, MARSHA KAY 467,450,415 CAUSEY. LAWSON VICTOR, JR. 515,505 CAUSEY, WAYNE 447 CAUTHEN, DEBORAH ANN 505 CAUTHEN, HARVEY, JR 505 CAUTHEN, LI.NDA FAYE 505 CAYLEY, JUD " ! ' CATHARINE 467 CEDARHOLM. ALBERT CEDARHOLM 581,505 CERVANTES, WALTER 595 CEYTE, JA.MES RENE 505 CHABANNES, JULIA RAVENEL 573,503 CHALKEY. MARTHA LEE 557,505 CHAMBERS. JAMES GEORGE 589.504 CHAMBERS. JAMES WILLIAM 504 CHAMBERS. LINDA MARIE 325,504 CHAMBLISS, BENTON 504 CHAMPION, CAROLYN RAH 339,504 CHAMPION, EDWARD RAY 504 CHANDEER, CURTIS LEE 504 CHANDLER, DICKIE 404 CHA.NDLER. TERRY 412 CHANDLER, W ILLIAM 95.467 CHANEY, STANLEY LAMAR 504 CHAPMAN, CHARLES ALAN 559.504 CHAPMAN, DONALD 46 CHAPMAN, GARY JAMES 515.504 CHAPMAN, WILLIAM THOMAS 583.504 CHAPPELL. CAROLYN SUE 401 CHAPPELL. MICHAEL AL 575.504 CHAPPELL. WILLIAM LAWRENCE 467 CHAPPELLE. ALLAN JAMES 38=1.504 CHAPPELLE. MICHAEL JOSEPH 327.504 CHARLTON. RICHARD EDMUNT). Ill 461 CHASDN. ALLAN RICHARD 63.505 CHEATWOOD. EILLIAM RANT)ALL 504 CHECKETTS, LARRY ALAN 504 CHEN. IGRAM 46- CHENALT.T. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH 467.55 5 CHENAULT. WILLIAM LOWE 504 CHERRV. JA.MES ALBERT 4 " CHERRY, SHIRLEY JO M9.504 CHESBROUGH. NONCY VIRGINIA 401 CHESTER. CAROL ' N VIRGINIA 467 CHIARELLA. SAM VINCENT 504 CHIEPALICH. MAREA JANE 504 CHILDERS. SUZANNE 504 CHILDS, ANNE FORREST 317.467 CHILDS. BOB FLETCHER 583,404 CHILDS. GUY WEATHERLY 371.504 CHILDS. JOHN EDWARD 504 CHILDS. SUSAN EMILY 57.504 CHILDS. WILLIAM HAITSEN 597.504 CHITWOOD, ANDREW PRESTON, lU 174,383. 504 CHITWOOD. DETHA LADELL =197.504 CHIVINGTON. DEVEREAU DIANNE 349.426.504 CHOLEWINSKI. VIC 337.504 CHRISTENSEN. AMELIA SUE 504 CHRISTIAN. SHIRLEY JEAN 519.504 CHRISTIAN. THOMAS 4 59 CHRISTIAN. WAYNE 447 CHRISTIE. ALVIN W ILSON 504 CHRISTOPHER. lULlA LYNNE 504 CHUDY. ROBERT lOHN 504 CHURCH. BARBARA LOUISE 517.504 CLAPP. HARVEY N 67.504 CLARDY. LEW IS ROBERT, III 504 CLARK, ANNE PENTON 504 CLARK, FLORENCE ROSE 587,504 CLARK, HENRY lEFFERSON 504 CLARK, JOHN ROLAND 504 CLARK. I INDA KATE 467 CLARK. MARY KATHRYN 5()i CLARK. PAUL NEWTON 1 " 1 . i5 1 .408,40 ' ; 405 4l4.l5-l CLARK, SANDRA LEE 504 CLARK. SARAH LOUISA 577.504 CLARK. SUSA.N LESLIE =159.504 CLARK. RICK O NEAL 504 CLAI ' . ALYCE ELAINE 504 CLAY. ANITA JO 505 CLAY. CORAL ELAINE 5 5.505 CLAY. DANA LEIGH 555.4 14.467 CLAY. DAVID RALLS 5 51.505 CLAY. FRED HARRIGAN 569.505 CLAYTON. ELIZABETH JEAN 505 CLEAGE. KATHERINE SUSAN 5 59.505 CLEM. JAMES CALVIN =165.467 CLEMENT. COLIN HEUGH 505 CLEMENT. MICHAEL BAYNE 61.505 CLEMENT. SUZANNE 46 " CLEMENTS. JUDITH CHARLENE 505 CLEMEiNTS. MARY STANLEY 467 CLEMENTS. ROBERT LOUIS 585,505 CLEMMONS, GARY FRANKLIN 505 CLEMONS, JUD " ' i 9,505 CLEVELAND. WILLIAM MICHAEL 505 CLICK. SARAH VIRGINIA 555.505 CLINE. TICHARD LANE 46 " CLOBY. RICHARD W JR 4|- CLOUD. CATHERINE DESPREZ 505 COATES. lO LYNN ;49.4H COBB. CATHY ALICE 52 5.505 COBB. FORREST AN.N 467 COBB. HENRY HAMMOND =191.505 COBB, JANET LEE 505 COBB, LOIS 192 COBB, LYNDA DIANE 505 COBB, ROBERT MARTIN 551.505 COBB, SHIRLEY ANTOINETTE 505 COBBLE, ARTHUR LEE, JR. 581,505 COBERN, MARVIN CLINTON =161,505 COCHRAN, CHARLES WILLIAM, HI 559.459.505 COCHRAN, CLAIRE 555,505 COCHRANE, WILLIAM ALLEN 567,505.437.449 COCKARD, CHARLES n5 COE, MARGARET ELIZABETH 529,505 COFFEE, GLENDON LEE 505 COFIELD, ROBERT C, JR. 547,505 COFFMAN, MANTON MITCHELL 567.505 COGGINS, CHARLES 4 2 COHEN, CONSTANCE ANN 587.505 COHEN. DIANE HORTENSE 58 ,46 COHEN, ELLEN SUE 587.505 COHEN. MICHAEL JON 399,505 COHEN, RICHARD 599.505 COHEN. ROSE LINDA 587,505 COHN, JAMES IVAN 399.505 COKER. JIMMY DALE 46 " COKER. SARAH LY.NN - " .46 COLBURN. MAR " ! ' LINDA 505 COLE, CHARLES EDWARD 467 COLE, DONALD DWIGHT 505 COLE, HOLLY DUBOSE 555,505 COLE, WILLIAM TILFORD 54 5,505 COLEMAN, AN.N McDA.NIEL 505 COLEMAN. BARTON RIVES 567,505 COLEMAN. DORTHA JEAN 505 COLEMAN. JERRY LANE 505 COLE.MAN. JOHN WOODROW 545.505 COLEMAN. RICHARD EEON 458 COLEMAN. THOMAS WILSON 505 COLES. JAMES MARTIN 589.467 COLEY. .NANCY SWIFT =155.467 COLEY. PATRICIA 555.505 COLGLAZIER. CLARK 361.505 COLLIER. EZMA V VAL 529.506 COLLIER. HARRIET LYNN 555.467 COLLINS. CHERYL ANN 506 COLLINS. JACQUE 5-=1.506 COLLINS. JAMES L. RRY 506 COLLINS. RICHARD LEE 467 COLLINS. RITA IAN 575,506 COLQUITT. JOSEPH 459 COLTON. ARNOLD H 521.506 COLVARD. JOHN IR 467 COMER. WOODIE EUGENE 506 CONDITT. CATHERINE VIRGINIA 506.415 CONDON. PATRICIA GAY 401.467 CONDRA. CYNTHIA ANNE 335.506 CONGER. PAUL S . JR 461 CONNELL. ROBERT HUNTLEY 506 CONNER. DAVID VINCENT 506 CONNERS KENNETH PAUL 506 CONNERS. THOMAS HENRY 506 596 lONNOLLY. DAVID FRANCIS 46 " :ONOVER. ELIZABETH VANW ' ICKLE i5 5.506 :ONTE. GAETON VINCENT 506 CONVERSE. MARV BRANDLY 506 :ON " «AV. JOHN LAW RENCE 397.506 CON-WAV, PATRICIA ANN 525.506 ZONYERS. DONNA JOYCE 377.506 COOK. ANN MARIE 4 16.506 :OOK. BRE.NDA GAIL 506 COOK. BUDDY L 506 COOK. CAROLI-N CLEVELAND 55 .467 COOK. CHARLES BRADFORD 468 COOK. CHARLE THOMAS 468 COOK. GARLAND WINGFIELD 555.428.506 COOK. JANICE KAYE 506 COOK. LISTON FOSTER 468 COOK. MIKE COOKE DO.NNA REBECCA 506 COOKE. HERBERT EARL 393.506 COOKE. JUDY ORLENE 506 COOKE. MICHAEL W ILLIAM 347.506 COOLEY. BARBARA KAY 353.468 COOLEY. GARY STEPHEN 468 COOLEY. HUGH L 3 5.506 COOLEY. JANICE LOUANN 506 COOLEY. PATRICIA DIANNE 468 COONEY. LINDA SUE 317.506 COONEY. M BRENNAN 506 COOPER. BYRON LYNN 506 COOPER. EARL 9 " . 506 COOPER. ETHEL ANN 506 COOPER. GEORGE PRICE 379.506 COOPER. JOHN 4 52 COOPER. L KING. JR 5 9.506 COOPER. MARCIA SHARRON 468 COOPER. STEPHE.N DALE 515.506 COOPER. VIRGINIA BRASFIELD 55 3.506 COPE. WILLIA.M ALAN 506 COPELAXD. BOBO. JRL 551.506 COPELAND. CECILLIA HELEN 557.506 COPELAND, CHARLES MOOREHEAD 559.506 COPELAND. GLENDA FAY 468 COPELAND. HARRY N COPELAND. JANICE DILLON 506 COPLIN. TERRY WAYNE 506 COPEDGE. KATHERINE ANN 577.506 CORAZZARI. PHILLIP NELSON 385.468 CORBIN. LILLIAN CAROLE 327.506 CORDELL. ERNEST DEWEY. JRL 379.506 CORDER. JAMES MASO.N 563.507 CORDES. RALPH EDW. RD 389.507 CORINA. ALFRED CALISTO 369.468 CORK. CANDACE MARIE 507 CORLEW . KATHERINE ROSE 507 CORLEY. CHARLES DONALD 507 CORLEY. ROBERT DENTON 361.506 CORLEY. THELA DEANE 507 CORXEIL. JANET LEIGH 317.507 CORNELIUS. JOHN ERROL 50 CORNELIUS. SUSAN E 3 " 3.507 CORNELL. KAREN ANN 317.507 CORNETT. DONNA JEAN 507 CORRIGAN. STEVEN EUGEN-E 507 CORTHELL. EMILEY LYNN 573 CORY. LINDA CLAIRE 529.507 CORITA. LINDA SHARON 507 COSPER. ERIC MILNER 595.507 COTE. JOHN L, 559. 45S COTHRAN. REVECCA SHIRLEY 323,507 COTTLE. LAW-RE.NCE DUBOSE 507 COTTON. BERL1-N THOMAS 389.468 COUCH. JANE MAURICE 377.413.468 COUCH. MARY ANN 377.468 COUCH. NANCY GABA 333,468 COUCH. ROBERT 437 COU NTS. ROXANNE 549.507 CUNTS. SUSAN 549.468 COVINGJON. JOHN WILLIAM 361.507 COWART. REBECCA FAYE 507 COWART. WADE 439.468 COWTJEN. MARY .MARTHA 339.507 COX. CAROLYN SUE 50 " COX. CATHERINE IRE.NE 323.507 COX. HOW. RD RAY. JR 54- ' .507 COX. JERRY LYNN 529.468 COX. LELAND .MARSHA LL 507 COX. LINDA CAROL 454.436.450.468 COX. LEONARD HEATST 507 COX. LOIS .MARTIN 555,507 COX, LONNIE 468 COX. NANCY LEE 519.50 " COX. RUBY LUCILLE 468 COX WILMA OLIVER 555.507 COYLE. JAMES MARK. JR 507 COZART. MELBA JOYCE 468 CRABTREE. CHARLOTTE ANN 415.507 CRADDOCK. JUDITH ELLEN 507.450 CRADDOCK. .MARCY 5: 5.50 CRAIG. JENNY OLIVER 539.507 CRAIG. RICHARD NEELY 507 CRAIS. ELIZABETH 50 CRA.MER. DALE 4 14 CRANE. DAVID N 50 " CRANFORD. NANCY CARROLL 373 CRAPPS. JOHN MORGAN 381.50 " ' CRAWFORD. SHERRIE LEE 349.507 CRAWFORD. SHIRLEY 461 CRAWFORD. SUSAN LEE 525.468 CRAYNE. MARK ALAN 565.507 CREEL. PATRICIA A.NN 325.507 CREEL. WILLIA.M RALPH 507.435 CRE.MER. CAROLE AN.N 58 " CREW. CAROLE ANDREA 519.507 CREW. PATTI LEE 519.507 CREW. SYLVIA 555.468 CRIBB. PAMELA SUE 468 CRI.M. RALPH KENNETH. JR 468 CRISWELL. VER.NON .MICHAEL 551.508 CRITTENDEN. WILLIA.M HARRY 508 CROCKER. ALICE RAY 508 CROCKER. CHARLES .MILTHON. JR. 508 CROCKER. DONALD EUGENE 508 CROCKER. JOHN DAVID 508 CROCKER. MICHAEL DENISON 383.508 CROCKER. PERCY VANDORN 583.468 CROCKETT. STANLEY THEODORE 347.508 CROFT. CANDY 468 CROMER. JAY BRENT 597.508 CROOK. FRED MARSHALL 551.508 CROSBY. CHARLES EDWIN 508 CROSS. DOUGLAS EDWARD 597.508 CROTTY ' . REID A 41 " .508 CROUSE. DAVID BARR 531.508 CROW. JAQUELINE 508 CROWLEY. SUZANNE 519.508 CROWN. FRED 425 CROY. CATHERINE MARGARET 508 CRUM. GEORGE BARTO.N 589.508 CRUMP. ELIZ. BETH ANN 468 CRUMP. TIMOTHY PAL.MER 393.508 CRUMP. TODER T 5 55.508 CRUMPTON. PATRICIA ANN 349.508 CRUTE. MELISSA : 99.508 CRYSLER. CYNTHIA LEE 508.557 CLLBERSO.N. CHARLES WILLIAM 395.508 CULBERSON. JA.MES RICHARD 547.508 CULBERSON. SARAH ELIZABETH 317.508 CULBERT. LOUISE A.NNE 519.468 CULBERT. PATRICIA ELEANOR 519.508 CULBRETH. ALAN COACHMAN 468 CULOTTA. PAMELA BERNADETTE 508 CULPEPPER. ALLEN WAYNE 508 CULVER. GEORGE E -ERETT 1-5.176.385.508 CUMBIE. BILL 42= ' CUMMINGS. BRENDA EARNEST 468 CUMMINGS. THOMAS STEXT 468 CUMMINS. CAROLYN SUZANNE 508 CUNNINGHAM. GWENDOY ' N OWENS 357.508 CUNNTNGHA.M. JOHN 561.508 CUNNINGHA.M. TERESA NELL 508 CUNNINGS. RUBBY NELL 458 CUTP. KAREN ALESIA 468 CLTIL. SUSAN LOUISE 508 CUTUUE. DAVID PAUL 508 CLTIRIE. .MARTH ELLEN 508 CURRY. ASHLEY 5-5.508 CL " RRY. EMILY JANE 468 CLTIRY. WILLIAM ALTON 508 CURTIS. JENNIE .MARTH 55 3.508 CLUTIS. JULIA WALKER 277.339.508 CLTITIS. MARY LEIGH 51 " ' .468 CL-RTIS. WILLIA.M MARVETTE 559.508 CUSIC. FRED WARREN 559.508 CUSICK. JACQUELYN ' — .508 CUZZORT. W ILLARD GERALD 438,468 CYPRESS. JANET LI-NN 508 D D.IFFRON. SUSAN LIDDELL 325.508 DAHLKE. CYNTHIA ANN 349.508 DAILEY. BRENDA JEAN 508 DAILEY. .MARILYN DIANE 357.508 DAILEY. MILLA JANE 4 10.509 DALGO. LAWRENCE FULLER 363.509 DALTON. M.-VRGARET ANN 5 ' 5.509 DALY. CONSTANCE J 509 DAMSGARD. SARAH ELIZABETH 333.509 DAMSON. THO.MAS STEWART 383.468 DANIEL. BETTY GAYLE 509 DANIEL. JAMES ROBERT 347.509 DANIEL. JA-MES SLOAN 468 DANIEL. MARION WILSON 339.509 DANIEL. SANDRA FAYE 525.468 DANLEY. FRANCES ALDRIDGE 339.509 DANLEY. JOEL FRANKLIN 468 D. NNEMAN. NEIL ALLEN 565.509 DARDEN. -MARGARET NADINE 319.509 DARK. CHARLOTTE ELIZ. BETH 341.509 DARLING. EDWARD CRADDOCK 509 DAUGE " rTE. ALBERTA MARTI.N 323.509 D. UGHERTY ' . STEVEN G 509 DAUSS.M. N. CYNTHIA LOUISE 468 D, USS.MA.N. JUDITH A.NN 509 DAVENPORT. HAROLD 412 DAVENPORT. SALLY LOUISE 529.509 DAVIDSO.N. B. RBARA ANN 509 DAVIDSON. FRANK EDWARD 527.468 DAVIDSON. JA.MES VANCE 509 D.WIDSO.N. JOHN BRYAN 381.509 DAVIDSON. STEPHEN SHELTON 331.509 DAVIES. NANCY HELEN 377.509 DAVIS. BRENDA MARIE 373.468 DAVIS. CAROL 51 " . 509 DAVIS. CHARLES ALTON 509 DAVIS. CHARLES WILSON 375.509 DAVIS. DONNA GAYXE 517,509 DAVIS. DONNA ROBENA 317.410.411 DAVIS. DORIS BEVERLY 509 DAVIS. DU ' DLE ' FRA.NK 369.468 DAVIS. GARY JOE 595.469 DAVIS. GAY NELLE 323.509 DAVIS. GLORIA ELOVINE 529.469 DAVIS. JA.MES A III 5 9.509 DAVIS. JERRY WAYNE 509 DAVIS. JIMMY WAYNE 335.469 DAVIS. JOHN HUDSON 389.509 DAVIS. JOSEPH LEE. Ill 509 DAVIS. JUDY DIANNE 329.509 DAVIS. JULIE LOUISE 401.469 DAVIS. LINDA JEAN 509 DAVIS. MAX RED 509 DAVIS. MICHEAL ALAN 565.509 DAVIS. NELDA VENON 509 DAVIS. NORMA K 509 DAVIS. ROBERT E 509 DAVIS. RONALD LEE 509 DAVIS. SAMUEL ALPHONSO III 343.509 DAVIS. STEPHEN NEAL 351.509 DAVIS. STEVEN BRENT 509 DAVIS. SUSA.N ELAYNE 319.469 DAVIS. THOMAS GARY 359.509 DAVIS. TINE W . JR. 327.461 DAVIS. TONY 1-4 DAVIS. WILLIAM ANTHONY 351.509 DAVISON. ROBERT JA.MES 589.509 DAWTUNS. CAROLE 436 DAWS. CAROL FAYE 469 DAWSON. .MARTHA ANNE 193.317.509 DAWSON. TERRY L 509 DAWSON. W ILLIA.M MONROE. JR. 461 DAY. LARRY ARLIN 510 DAY. VIRGINIA BRAGG 339,443.510 DEAN. BILLY JOE 510 DEAN. RICHARD 4 32 DEARMAN. DONNA CHARLES 339.510 DEARTH. JOHN DEAS. BEVERLY ANN 317.510 DEVOURS. ANITA 52 5.510 DEBOY. CAROLYN ELIZABETH 401.4l5.510 DEEGAN. MICHAEL WARREN 469 DEENUM. DATH DEES. SARAH DELANE 510 DEGRAFFENRIED. WILLIA.M RYAN. JR. 585,510 DEHA.NNEY. LUCRECIA ANNE 510 DEJARNETT. GRISELDA DYKE 510 DEJARNETTE. HUGH .MALCOLM 510 DELACRUZ. DAVID RODNEY. Ill 561.510 DELK. SHERRY KAYE 401.510 DE.MOUY. WILLIA.M GALE. JR. 343.469 DE.MPSEY. JACK 469 DENBOER. LINDA EVLYN 317.510 DENDY. .MICHELLE DENISE 339.510 DENDY. RONALD WALKER 3-9.510 DENM. RK. RAYMOND HUGHES. JR. 510 DENNIE. BENJAMIN DERRIL 369.510 DENNIS. LARRY 42 5 DENNIS. MARTHA DIANNE 510 DEN SON. GUERRY 442 DENTON. C ' l ' NTHlA 523.510 DENTON. DONA ANN 553.510 DEPASS. EVELYN CAROLE 525.510 DEPPE. RICHARD JAY 469 DEPPENS.MITH. DONALD LYNN 510 DER. .MUS. DAVID 4 59 DER BOER. LINDA DERRICK. THOMAS .MONROE 469 DESHAZO. DAVID COLE.MAN 359.510 DeSHAZO. SANDRA 429 DESLATTES. DOUGLAS LEE 331.510 DESROCHERS. JA.MES M 543.510 DESROCHERS. JOHN .M. 510 DEYOL-NG. ROBERT LEE 379,510 DIA.MON " D. BE-NEDICT JOSEPH 389.510 DIAMOND. ROSS .M. RTIN. Ill 585.461 DICE .M. RY ELESHEA 510 DICHIARA. PETER .MICHAEL 581.510 DICK. CHARLES JOSEPH 515.510 DICKERT. DON CHARLES 559.510 DICKINSON. BLA.NCHE .MARIE 510 DICKINSON. LAURA JANICE 51 .469 DICKINSON. PATRICIA GAIL 510 DICKS. ALICE A.NN 549.510 DIENSTFREI, JUDY ELAINE 317.510 DILBECK. VERNON THO.MAS 510 DILL. REBECCA JEAN 401.510 DILLARD. BRUCE LEE 54 .510 DILL. RD. DALE NORMAN 553.510 DILLARD. GARY A.MO.N 569.510 DILLARD. ROBERT R 510 DILLON. ANDREW CRAWFORD. Ill 569.469 DILLON, ANN 510 DUNNING. PAULA EDITH 541.510 DIN-WIDDIE. LAURA LEE 519.510 DINWIDDIE. MABEL 510 DIPIAZZA. ANTHONY JOSEPH 389.510 DIPIAZZA. SA.MUEL ANTHONY. JR. 510 DITORO. PETER 469 DIXON. BEN.NIE ROY 510 DIXON. DENNIS 404 DIXON. GREGORY ARTHL-R 527.511 DOBBINS. CAROLYN ROGERS 511 DOBBS. FORREST MILTO.N 511 DOBLIN. NEAL C 565.511 DOBSON. J. .MES WILLIAM 389.511 DOBSON. JOHN JOSEPH 367.511 DOBSON. ROBERT JA.MES 469 597 DOCKERTY, KENNETH WADE 5 1 1 DODD. JANICE SHERYL " ill DODD. ROBERT 4 8 DODD, RONALD HOPE 511 DODGEN, SHARON ELAINE 469 DODSON, LYNNE ELLEN ?49.4 9.469 DODSON, MELODY STEWART 469 DOERING. CAROL ANNE 415,511 DOGGETTE, LARRY MAX 511 DOMINICK, CANDICE ADELE 357,469 DOMINICK, DELORES DERONE 319,511 DOMINICK, SUSAN CANON 357.511 DOMIT, PATRICIA NELL 511 DONAHOO, CASSANDRA LAVERNE 511 DONAHOO, SHERRY 511 DONAHUE, PATRICIA EWELL 511 DONALD, JAMES INZER 27.469 DONALD, JOHN WATSON ?43.511 DONALD, LUCY ERAZIER 511 DONALD, MARIE MELTON 357,511 DONALD, MARTHA RUSSELL 357.469 DONALD, WILLIAM BROOKS 343,511 DONALDSON, MARTHA SUSAN 511.4 6 DONNELLY. KATHY L i.51I DOOLEY, JOHNNIE DIANNE 511 DOOLITTLE. SANDRA ALLEN S49.5 11 DOREEN. DALE 4 6 DORLON, HARRY P., JR. 383,511 DORLON, KATHRYN SHERARD 23.511 DORMAN, ANDREW RUSSELL 511 DORMAN, LINDA SUE 34 1,469 DORMAN, RICHARD THOMAS 1 74, 4 V408, 1 1 - I hi DOROUGH, JOHN, JR iy7,i6 ' ; DORRIS. BITS ' ! ' ' ), " .l I DORSEY, CAROLE ANN 511 DOSS, LAURA DIANNA 1 ,5 11 DOUGHTY, J O, 4iS DOUGHTY, THOMAS EDWARD 61,5 11 DOUGLAS. SUSAN DIANNE 511 DOUGLAS, THOMAS i iJ DOUGLASS, ANGUS GILLIS, III i61,469 DOUGLASS, DONALD GRIFFIN 511 DOUGLASS, ROBERT, JR 379,469 DOWLING, RAYMOND BRITTON 469 DOWNING, ION WHITNE3- 1 ,511 DOWNS, ALAN CLIFFORD 469 DOWNS, BERNARD BOOZER, JR. 43.5 11 DOYLE, JAMES PATRICK i79,511 DOYLE, LYNETTE ANN 2 ,511 DOZIER, CAROL DIANNE 5 I 1 DOZIER, JUNE MOZELLE 29.469 DRAKE, lACK 4i9 DRAKE, JEFFREY PAUL 61,5 11 DREHER, ALAN JULIAN 5 1,5 11 DRENNEN, ORLEAN TRESSLAR =15 1,5 11 DRIVER, DIANE MARIE 511 DRUMMOND, GEORGE D. 597,4 39.511 DUBOSE. lAMES MICHAEL 511 DUBOSE. RITA GAY 511 DUBOSE. TERRY PHILLIP 511 DUCK. RONALD WILLIAM 4 17.511 DUCKWORTH. SUSAN JANE M 7.5 11 DUFFEE. CECIL GRAVLEE. Ill 6i.512 DUFFEY. MAR-l ' LORENE 577.5 12 DUGGAR. ROGER SHERMAN 512 DUGINS. BESS SLOSS S ' S su DUKE. JIM 404 DUKE. JOHN DANIEL 469 DUKE. PATRICIA GAIL 174.5 12 DULANEY. LINDA GAIL 575.512 DUMAS. lAMES H . JR 512 DUMONT. DAN N. 54 5.5 12 DUNAGAN. PATRICK EDWARD 425.512 DUNCAN. C, ALVIN 458 DUNCAN. CAROLYN EULA 54 1.4 15.5 12 DUNCAN. lULIA NORRIS 525.469 DUNCAN. PAMELA ELAINE 517.512 DUNHAM. ELIZABETH ROSE 525,512 DUNHAM, JONES JOSEPH 559.512 DUNION. THOMAS VAN 597.512 DUNLOP. DANIEL McDONALD. II 527.469 DUNN. JO 577.512 DLINN. lOHNNY FLOYD 567.5 12 DUNN. MARSHA 5 12 DUNN. MARTHA CAROL 519.469 DUNN. REBECCA ANNE 32 5.469 DUNN. ROSIE ANN 469 DUNN. SUZANNE 517.512 DUNSTON. WILLIAM DAVID 551,512 DUPRE, CHARLES WILSON 545,5 12 DUPRE. MIMI EUGENIA 557.469 DURALL. ROBERT MICHAEL 5 12 DURANT. MARY CHARLOTTE 525,512 DURANT. VAN DIXON 547.512 DUREN. FRANCES CAROL 5 12 DUREN. RODNE ' l ' PRESTON 5 12 DURHAM. JANE WALL 401 DURNAK. TERRY ALICE 5t9.5 12 DuTEIL. SUSAN MAXWELL 299,555 512 DUTT. KATHLEEN LOUISE 5 51.512 DUVAL. DAVID PHILIP 597.512 DUVAL. FRANK CARLOS 559.512 DUVALL. ELIZABETH DENBY 525.469 DUVARDO. MARILYN KAY 5 12 DYAR. REBECCA ANNE 275.517,512 EADY. JAMES CLIFTON, JR 512 EALY, ANITA JOY, (Jr ) 512 FARLEY. TONI KAY (Fr ) 401,5 12 EARLS, ELLEN 288 . EARWOOD, EDDY GLENN; (Soph. I 5 12 EASON, CAROLYN ANN; (Fr.) 512 EBDON, DICK 455,457 ECHOLS. SARA GWATHMEY; (Soph.) 333,512 ECKLES. LENORE LEIGH; (Soph.) 577.512 EDDINGS. PHIL; (Fr) 512 EDGAR. GINGER MARIE; (Soph.) 512 EDGELL. ANNIAS WAITMAN; (Fr.) 512 EDMONDS. CHARLES HUGH: (Grad.) 458 EDWARDS, ANDREW GAY, (Fr) 305.512 EDWARDS. JEAN MARIE; (FR.) 553,512 EDWARDS, LINDA GAYLE; (Jr.) 545,512 EDWARDS. PAULA ALICE; (Fr.) 32 5.512 EDWARDS. RUTH ANNE (Jr.) 512 EDWARDS. SHERRYL 450 EFFINGER. ANNIE BELL; (Siiph) 5 12 ELDER. DOUGLAS (5s ELGIN. MARY ANN: (Grad) 458 ELLAND. REVECCA; (Fr.) 529,512 EILERMAN. LYNDA LYNNE; (Fr.) 575.512 ELISIUS. STEVE PAUL; (Fr.) 515,513 ELKINS. GEORGE; (Soph.) 515 ELKOURIE. PAUL: (Jr.) 515 ELLENBERG. TERRY RUTH; (Fr.) 515 ELLIOTT. CHARLES. (Ir) 527.5 15 ELLIOTT. lAMES WILLIAM, JR. (Fr) 5 1 s s M ELLIOTT. JOHN GARY; (Sen) 470 ELLIOTT. JUDY SUE; (Sen) 470 ELLIOTT. LENORA JAME (Jr ) 53 5.513 ELLIOTT. MARY lOSINE (Soph 1 5 15 ELLIOTT. RONALD RAY (Sen) 470 ELLIS. BAR ' ARA ANNETTA (Fr.) 323.513 ELLIS. FRANK DOUGLAS (Soph.) 559.513 ELLIS. JOHN VICTOR (Soph.) 5 13 ELLIS. lOHN (Law) 561 ELLIS. MARVIN LUCENE (Fr ) 515 ELLIS. MYRA JO (Soph.) 515 ELLIS. ROBERT LEONARD (Sen.) 470 ELLISON. lAMES (Soph) 412.417.515 ELLISON. JEAN ARDELLE (Soph.) 319.515 ELLISON. JERRY DONALD (Sen.) 470 ELLISON. LINDA ANNE (Jr.) 541.513 ELLISON. RITA GAYLE (Soph.) 553,513 ELLIT. BERT 195 EL-MOHAMAD ZIYAD (Sen.) 470 ELMORE. DAVID LEE (Soph.) 513 ELMORE. MANDERSON RALPH (Soph.) 513 ELMORE. MARY EARLE (Sen.) 32 5.470 ELMORE. RONNIE 423 ELMORE, SARAH ELLEN (Sen) 470 ELROD, DONALD MEAD (Sen.) 470 ELROD. JANICE FAYE (Fr.) 515 ELROD. LOLY PATRICIA Or) 513 ELROD. WILLIAM (Soph.) 347.513 EMBLOM. ROBERT GEORGE (Fr.) 389,513 E.MERSON. ELEANOR STUART (Soph.) 555 515 EMORY. CATHARINE FRICK 55 5 470 ENFINGER. BEVERLY LYNN (Soph) 515 ENGELBERG. DALE ELAINE (Soph) 587 515 ENGELMAN. CATHERINE ANNE (Fr ) 515 ENGLAND. MERRIE DENHAM (Jr.) 553515 ENGLE. CAROL ' N SUSAN (Sen ) 577 470 ENGLEBERT. EDWARD LYNN (Grad) 458 ENGLISH. CHERYL (Soph.) 523,515 ENGLISH. EDWARD ALLEN (Fr.) 513 ENNIS. MILDRED MARIE (Sen) 355,470 ENNIS, ROBERT LARRY (Fr.) 513 EPPERSON. JANICE GAYLE (Fr.) 555.513 ERDBERG. JOE (Soph) 565.515 ERIKSEN. PETER ALLEN (Fr.) 515 ERWIN. LAWRENCE DAVIS. JR. (Jr.) 515 ESPY. COLLIER (Fr) 389.515 ESPY. JOSEPH. Ill no. 559. 409. 414. 415.470 ESSMAN. MARY CHARLES (Fr ) 515 ESTES. EMILY RUTH (Fr ) 401.5 15 ESTES. KAREN JOYCE (Jr.) 443.515 ESTES. SHIRLEY ANN (Sen) 470 ETHEREDGE. DEBORAH KAYE (Fr.) 353.515 EUBANKS. DOUGLAS MARVIN 319.470 EUBANKS. MARGARET RUTH 515 EUBANKS. ROBERT GLENN 581,515 EVANS. CHARLES EDWARD 515 EVANS. MARY BETH 333.513 EVANS. GARY 513 EVANS. GEORGE 513 EVANS. LARRY MICHAEL 515 EVANS. MARY CHRISTINE 557.5 15 EVANS. SHARREL ELIZABETH 515 EVANS. ROBERT 515 EVANS. S ' l ' BIL ELAINE 514.575 EVANS. STEPHANIE ANN 401,514 EVEREST, JOHN WILLIAM 575,470 EVERS, MOLLY ANNE 5 59,514 EZELL, ROY HEARN, JR. 301.514 F FAISON. SARA ANN 514 FAKLNER. TERRY JUAN 561.514 FALLS. MARY ELIZABETH 470 FAMBROUGH. MICHEAL GLENN 591,514 FANNIN, JO 559,514 FANNING, DALLAS WENDALL 470 FARE, PATRICIA HELEN 577.470 FARGASON. CRAYTON CLAUDE III 347.5 14 FARLEY. JAMES MICHAEL 470 FARLEY, PHYLLIS JANE 470 FARLOW, MARGRET HOOD 575.514 FARMER. ALICE KAY 5 14 FARMER. FRED R. 524 FARNELL. LARRY 4 58 FARR. WILLIAM THOMAS 514 FARRIOR. lAMES HARVEY 527.514 FARRIS. PAMELA ANN 500.519.514 FARROW. JANET ANNE 401,470 FARROW, MICHEAL RAY 597,470 FAUCETT, AMBURS MILTON. JR, 514 FAUCETT. EUGENIA PATTON 519.415.470 FAUCETT. RACHEL ANITA 514 FAUCETT. SARAH ELIZABETH 32 5,470 FAULK. GEORGE 175 FAULKNER. CRESA 5 14 FAUST. KATHLEEN LOUISE 341.470 FEAGIN. DOROTHY ALISON 559,470 FEAZEL. CAROLYN FRANCES 575,5 14 FEIGLEY. GEORGE WILLIAM 597 5 14 FEINBERG, JOYCE HELEN 514 FEINSTEIN. FRANCES RENE 54 5 514 FEINSELVER. ROGER LEWIS 470 FEED. LOUIS B 599.470 FELDMAN. CHARLES SAMUEL 599 5 14 FELTMAN. BRENDA CAROL 514 FENDLEY. CAROLYNE ANNE 470 FENDLEY. LAVAUGHN, JR, 470 FERGUSON ANAN LEE 343,470 FERGL:S0N. DARR " ! ' ALLEN 524 FERGUSON. LISA GRACE 553,514 FERGUSON. MARY JANE 577,5 14 FERGUSON. RICHARD LEON 514 FERLISI. ANGELO MICHAEL 5 14 FERLISI. VIRGINIA M 575.470 FERNIANY. MICHAEL GABRIEL 461,585 FERRY. DEBORAH JEAN 514 FIELD. WILLIAM. JR 567.514 FIELDS. BARBARA ANN 517.514 FIELDS. LINDA JANE 514 FIEVET. CAROLYNE 525.514 FIEVET. HAROLD EUGENE, JR, 461 FIKES, JERRY ANDREW 591,514 FILES, DEGAR lAMES. |R 397,514 FILES, lOLIETTE ' • i FILES, SHIRLEY DEAN 514 FINCH, ELIZABETH 559,514 FINCH, PEGGY PRATT 5 14 FINCH, SUSAN 5 5y FINDLAY, WILLIAM DAVID 5 14 FINDLAY, JOHN DAVID, JR, 5 14 FINDLEY, BRYAN 185 FINDLEY, JULIE NELL 373,470 FINK, PAULA JEAN 587,514 FINKEL. JEFFRY MOORE 321,514 FINLAY, CATHERINE JEAN 525,470 FINLEY, BRUCE C JR. 514 FINLEY, JAMES DAVID 381,437,514 FINN, LORTIN GAYLE 387,514 FINNAN, BRIAN G 361,514 FINNEY, MARY JANE 557,514 FINOCCHIO, MARGARET R. 515 FISHBEIN. CASSIE GWEN 545.515 FISHER. KATHLEEN SUSZANNE 470 FISHWICK. DIANA BERNADETTE 57 5.515 FITE. CAROL SLOAN 458 FITE. ERNEST 442 FITTS. ANN EVERINGHAM 355,515 FITTS. ELEANOR ANN 523,470 FITZGERALD. BILLY RAY 5 15 FITZPATRICK. BONNIE 515 FLACK. ERIC GRAHAM 470 FLANAGAN. CAROLYN FRANCES 535,515 FLEMING. ANNEMARIE 541.515 FLEMING. CYNTHIA 5 15 FLEMING. DORA ANN 458 FLEMING. LINDA FAYE 5 15 FLETCHER. THOMAS STEPHEN 547.515 FLORENCE. MIKE 4 56 FLOWERS. GROVER MARSHALL 559.515 FLOWERS. RONALD WAYNE 597.515 FLOYD. BONNIE KAY 54 1.5 15 FLOYD. CATHERINE GENEVA 515 FLOYD. JO ELLEN 5 15 FLOYD. KYLE D 4 70 FLOYD. MARY ELIZABETH 523.5 15 FLYNN. RONALD GENE 361,470 FLYNT. LYNDA LEIGH 323,515 FOGARTY. SARAH LEE 515 FOLDENBERRY. JOHN 432 FOLKERTS. JANICE F 515 FOLLOWILL. DAVID FREDERICK 595.515 FtULOWILL. RICHARD ALLAN 595. 511 FOLMAR. LARR " ! ' WAYNE 591.515 FONDE, VIRGINIA LYNNE 357,470 FOOSE. BENJAMIN M. Ill 391.515 FOOSE. SARA 5 5 5.515 FORD. DANNY 404 FORD, FRANK NELSON 5 57,5 15 FORD, JAMES IRVING, III 347,5 15 FORD. lERRY 5 15 FORD. Lucia lyle 470.401 FORD. MARGARET CAIL 323.515 FORD. MIKE 404.408 FORD. ROBERT HUNTER 389,515 FORD. SANDRA VERNETTA 515 FORD. VICKI LEIGH 515 FORRER. COLLEEN 549.515 FORREST. VICTORIA 515 598 FORRESTER. JOHN ESPY, JR. 3 1 .5 H FORRESTER, RONALD GENE ' 2 ' 5 FORSYTHE, HERBERT 1 1 ■) FORSYTH, MARY ALLEN , " ■1,5 1 FORT, BOOKER 446 FORTNER, THOMAS MILFORD 515 FOSHEE, MELINDA JOY 416,44 ,470 FOSTER. DENNIE COLLINS 5 15 FOUCETT, lAMES 4 0 FOUST. RANDALL JAY 5 15 FOUTS, THOMAS 367,4M),515 FOWLER, BARBARA BENEDICT 357,515 FOWLER, BRUCE WAYNE 47 1 FOWLER, CONRAD MURPHREE, JR iSviOi !() ' ), ll().l l FOWLER. MICHAEL COKER iil. ' Sn FOWLER. RANDOLPH MOTT ?8 ,42i,5 15 FOWLKES, HENRY i63.515 FOWLKES, LEWIS JEFFERS 363,5 15 FOXWORTH, BERTHA SOPHIA 515 FRALEY, JENNIFER DENISE 401,515 FRANK. DIANE D, 407 FRANK. LEANN i87.5 15 FRANKEL. GERI RENEE 387.471 FRANKLIN. lOSEPH MICHAEL 516 FRANKLIN. MARTHA ANN 349,5 16 FRANKLIN, SHARON LANETTE 516 FRANZ. KEITH ALLEN 417,516 FRAZER, K1TT ■ BIBB 355,5 16 FREDERICK, CLAUDIA ANN 5 16 FREE, NANCY DLIZABETH 319,5 15 FREEHLING, KERBY ALLAN 369,516 FREEMAN, JOHNELLE EARLENE 516 FRANCH. JOHN HECTOR. Ill 516 FRERKING. RUTH ANN 35 3.413.471 FREY, MARGARET SUZANNE 516 FRIDAY, LARRY DAVIS 471 FRIDAY, SANDRA LEE 349.516 FRIDAY, WILLIAM CURTIS 516 FRIED. MARTIN lAY 323.471 FRIED, SHEILA RENEE 345,516,427 FRIED, STANLEY MICHAEL 329,516 FRIEDLANDER, GAIL RUTH 345,516 FRIEDLANDER, JACK MANUEL 399.471 FRIEDMAN, BARRY ALLEN 365,516 FRIERSON. MARY ALICE 329.5 16 FRIS. LINDA CONSTANCE 317.5 16 FRITZ, WOODIE 347,516 FROCKT, SANDEE ROSE 387,5 16 FR ' l ' . ROBERT EDWARD, JR. 359,516 FR-lE. LINDA SUE 5 16 FRYE. MAR " l ' DELORISE 516 FREY. WILLIAM BRYANT 516 FULLER. CARLA MAYE 516 FULLER. DALE ARTHUR 471 FULLERTON. REGINA ELAINE 471 FULMER. ANGELA 4 33 FULMER, DONNY 4 38 FUQUA. JACK LEE 389.516 FUST. HEIDI ELIZABETH 516 G GAFFORD. LINDA SUE 516 GIALLARD. FANNY KNIGHT 356.5 16 GAINER. GREG MARTIN 5 16 GAINES. J. MARTIN 327.516 GALLOWAY, ROBERT STANLEY 516 GALVIN. KATHLEEN PATRICIA 377.516 GAMBLE. ELIZABETH ANN 471 GAMBLE, FREDERICK DEWITT 516 GAMBLE. IRIS PATRICIA 516 GAMBRELL, DEAN ALLAN 397,516 GAMMAGE, DANIEL DAVIS 397,471 GAMSO, GARY 437 GANN, DONALD F. 516 GANN, GERALD DWAYNE 516 GANN, JANICE MARIE 516 GANN, MARY CONDACE 516 GANT, CATHERINE ANN 417 GANTT, GEORGE EDWARD 417 GANTT, WAYNE DOUGLAS 516 GARDNER, DAVID MICHIEL 516 GARDNER. DOROTHY JOAN 325.516 GARDNER. JULIAN WARREN. JR, 383.516 GARDNER. NICKI DIANE 35 3.516 GARGIS. THOMAS L, 379.516 GARGIS, WANDA MARIE 516 GARGUS, GLENDA GALE 516 GARLAND, MARK VINCE 517 GARNER, JOSEPH SIDNEY. JR. 517 GARNER. MICHAEL WALLACE 471 GARNER, ROSALIE GASSER 517 GARNER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 5 17 GARNETT. OAKLEY WILLIAM 517 GARNT, ADRIAN 432 GARRETT, DAYLE RUTH 377,471 GARRETT, GARY MICHAEL 517 GARRETT, lAMES VC ' ILLIS. JR. 327,461 GARRETT. IAN PORTERFIELD 401.517 GARRETT. LESLIE ANN 373.5 17 GARRETT. REBECCA SUE 401.517 GARRETT. RICHARD BARTLETT 397 GARRETT. THOMAS DEWEY 361.517 GARRIGAN. BRINDA CAIN 517 GARRIGAN. TOMMY D 517 GARRISON. JAMES RALPH 389.517 GARRISON, LILLIAN DAVIS 323,471 GARRISON, MARY KATHRYN 517 GARRISON. THALIA 317 GARRISON, WILLIAM CECIL. JR 375.458 GARY. EUGENIA PATTERSON 5 17 GARZAREK. ROBERT PATRICK 517 GASKIN. CHITA BEASLEY 357.517 GASTON. CHARLES ASA 517 GASTON. SAM WALLACE 517 GATES. ALMA GENE 317,413.471 GATES. BARBARA ANITA 349.471 GATES. CAROL ' l ' N CORNELIA 37 3.4 39.5 17 GATES. RODNEY DEAN 379.471 GATTMAN, JAMES ANTHONY 5 17 GAUBERT, LEC NISE MARY 349,517 GAULOIN, MICKEY GREGORY 517 GAUS, ELIZABETH I. 410.5 17 GAUS. KATHRYN SUE 517 GAUT. MARY ANNE R. 377.47 1 GAUTNEY. MICKEY 5 17 GAVANT. HARVE i ' RICHARD 399.5 17 GAVHART, DEBORAH GRACE 319.517 GEDHOUDAS. STEPHEN 4 38 GEISE. WILLIAM BRICE 517 GENTTE. lANIS FAY 341,517 GENTTE, SUSAN KAY 341.517 GEORGE, BEN JAY 517 GEORGE, KENNETH LEE 517 GEORGE. NANCY DAWSON 339.517 GEORGOULAKIS. JIM l ' GERICK. KRISTIN CARLETON 333.517 GIBB. BARRY L. 5 17 GIBBINS. MARY LOU 471 GIBBS. lAMlE 471 GIBBS. REBECCA LOUISE 471 GIBIAN. JOAN 387 GIBSON. ARTHUR LYNN 359.517 GIBSON. CONNIE FRANCIS 471 GIBSON. JOHN ROBERT 517 GIBSON. JOHNSON RUSSELL 351,517 GIBSON, LINDA LUCILE 353,5 17 GIBSON, MARILYN GLADYS 517 GIBSON, NANCY LEIGH 471 GIBSON, PAM 517 GIBSON, SUSAN FRANCES 517 GIDDENS, PAMELA MEREDITH 349,517 GILBERT, BARBARA ELLEN 517 GILBERT, GREGORY WILLIAM 327,517 GILBERT, LAURA LEE 517 GILBERT, LYNN GILBERT, OSCAR EDWARD 471 GILBERT, STEPHEN FRANCIS 517 GILCHRIST, EDMOND A 517 GILCHRIST, EDMOND A. 517 GILCHRIST, RONNIE LEE 359,518 GILL, ANITA lOYCE 5 18 GILLESPIE, THOMAS DAVID JR. 367,518 GILLE " ! ' , TOMMY NEIL 518 GILLIAN, RICHARD HOLLAND 361,518 GILLIAN, WANDA C 518 GILLIS, TERRY DEMOND 389,518 GILMORE, JANICE LOUISE 341.5 18 GIVOENS, LOYCE MARIE 518 GLASS, ROBERT F JR 518 GLASS, EUGENE FOSTER 369,4 38,518 GLASSCOCK, GORDON OKLEY 518 GLASSCOCK, GREY RICK 518,331 GLASSON, GREGORY 518 GLEISBERG, JAMES WILLIAM 518 GLENN, JULE CHRISTIE 319,518 GLENZ, SUSAN MARLYN 35 7,518 GLOVER. JACK 404 GLOVER. JERRY RONALD 359.518 GLOVER. MADOLYN CAMIELLE i3 ' ;,=.lS GOBER. GERALD LLOYD 4 1 GODBOLD. LEONARD WILLIAM 381.518 GODWIN. ROBERT EARL 379,518 GODSEY, JOHN BOYCE 172,351,471 GOEHLER, HELEN LEE 518 GOGGANS, MARTHA JANE 518 GOINS, MARILYN JUANICE 518 GOLDMAN, LINDA KATE 377,518 GOLDSMITH, SHARON LYNNE 317.417 GOLDSTEIN, DAVID L 399.518 GOLDWAITE. ANITA NORWOOD 353.417 GOLINSKY. WILLIAM ALEC i )9.5 1 8 GOLSON. GAR " l ' RICHARD 518 GOMEL. WALTER EARLE 385,461 GOODE. ALAN HAROLD 5 18 GOODLING, HALLIE MAJURE 373.518 GOODMAN. PATRICIA LEE 339.518 GOODRUM. JOHN CORNELIUS 385.518 GOODSON. ELLIS YOUNG 365.518 GOODWIN. BENNY H 367.518 GOODWIN. NELLE 412 GOODWIN. ROBERT III 379.518 GOODWIN. RONALD 471 GOODWIN. TOMMY LEE 3 37.471 GOODWYN, JANET LEIGH 333.518 GOODWYN. OTIS JAMES JR. 363.471 GOODWYN. SUSAN A. 339.518 GORDAYK. CARL 423 GORDON. FREDA DAREN 518 GORDON. GALE 333.471.450 GORDON. GARY MICHAEL 399.518 GORD ' l ' . MARGARET ELIZABETH 357.471 GOSSETT. GLENN AUGUSTUS 417.518 GOTTHELL. WILLIAM ALLAN 186.399.518 GOULD, ROBERT HEYWARD 351,518 GOWAN. MARSHA GAIL 471 GRACE, GARY KENDALL 397,518 GRADY, SYDNEY L " lTSlN 317,415.518 GRAHAM. DANNY EDWARD 518 GRAHAM, EDWARD WITT III 385,471 GRAHAM, EMILY DIANNE 319.471 GRAHAM, GARY 5 18 GRAHAM, JUDITH DENISE 518 GRAHAM, MARIE H. 458 GRAHAM. MARTHA 443 GRAHAM. PATTERSON TONY 458 GRAINGER. RODNEY LEE 327,518 GRANADEM, MARY E. 458 GRANATELLI. ROBERT 393,471 GRAND. CAMILLE MORAN 518 GRAND. MICHAEL W. 321.458 GRANGER. KENNETH EDWIN 331.518 GRANT. ADRIAN 454 GRANT, CLAIR 5 18 GRANT, WILLIAM HENRY 519 GRANTHAM, ROGER DALE 519 GRAVES, CHARLES DUDLEY 519 GRAVES, FAYE SUSANNE 357,519 GRAVES, HENRY CLAY 361,47 1 GRAVES, JAMES ESTEL, JR. 4 30,47 1 GRAVES, JUDY 427 GRAVES, MARY EMtkA 519 GRAVES, MAURICE VANLIER 369,461 GRAVES, RODNEY REECE 379, 19 GRAVES. SAMUEL PATTON HAND 361.519 GRAVES. TYSON RADFORD 391.519 GRAVETTE. MIKE 446 GRAVLEE. ROSANNE 519 GRAVLEE. TERESA ANN 5 19 GRAY. GLENN RAY 5 19 GRAY. JAMES ALBERT. JR. 379.519 GRAY. lO ANN 429 GRAY. KATHERINE ALLENSWORTH 519 GRAY. KENETH DAVID 34 3.519 GRAY. LILLIAN REBECCA 323.519 GRAY. RICHARD 462 GRAZE. RHONDA LYNN 387.5 19 GREAVES. THOMAS GUY III 4S2.461 GREEN. CHARLES HARRY 343.519 GREEN. JOHN WILLIAM. Ill 379.519 GREEN. MICHAEL HENRY 472 GREEN. RALPH M. 363.519 GREEN. SUSAN AMELIA 519 GREEN. SUSAN KIRBY 333.519 GREENE. DONNA MARGARET 373.472 GREENE. EMMIE EVELYN 329.472 GREENE. RICHARD JAMES 519 GREENE. RHODA LANGDON 323.472 GREENE, VIRGIL 4 38 GREENLEE. KAREN FAYE 49.519 GREENLEE. TOMMIE HA ' l ' DEN 5 19 GREENOUGH. KRISTIN ANNE 519 GREENWOOD. CHERYL ELETHIA 519 GREER, FRANCES ANN 35 3.5 19 GREFE. BARBARA ANN 35 3.519 GREGG. lOHN ROBERT 472 GREGORY. ROBERT EDWARD 385.519 GREGORY, WILLIAM RUSSELL 327,519 GREGORY, WILLIAM STANLEY 4 12,423,519 GRESHAM, DAVID ROSS !l9 GRESHAM, ELLEN WALLING 353,519 GRESHAM, RHONDA JEAN 519 GREY, GREGOR-i ' ALAN 337.519 GRIDER, JOHN ROBERT 472 GRIER, ANNE MASLIN 373.519 GRIER, MARCIA ANN 35 3,519 GRIER, ROSA MARGARET 349.472 GRIFFIN. BEVERLY SUE 349.519 GRIFFIN, BILLY JOE 361,519 GRIFFIN, DAVID GRAHAM 379.519 GRIFFIN, JOHN THOMAS 397.519 GRIFFIN, JUDITH DIANA 472 GRIFFIN, LILA ANNE 357,519 GRIFFIN, LINDA ARLEEN 519 GRIFFIN, MICHAEL GARY 327,519 GRIFFIN, PAMELA ANN 401,519 GRIFFIN, PAULA HAVARD 341,472 GRIFFIN, RAYMOND C. JR. 383,519 GRIFFIN. REBECCA ANN 323.427.472 GRIFFIN. SALLY MAY 519 GRIFFIN. THOMAS FLEET 367.461 GRIFFITH. CHARLES JERRY 519 GRIFFITHS. STEPHANIE 520 GRIMES. RC1BERT S81.472 GRIMMETT. NANCY CLAIRE 5 20 GRINEY. SHARON ANN 520 GRISHMAN. MILTON CHARLES 520 GROSE, PHYLLIS ANNE 345,472 GROSS, ELLEN VERNA 5 20 GROSS, PATRICIA 5 20 GROSS. SUSAN JANE 472 GROVER, JOEL MELVIN 520 GROVES, JAMES CARLOS 438.520 GRUSNICK, CONSTANCE HALLITA 472 GUARINO. JOSEPH A 520 GUERARD. MARGARET PALMER 401 GUIN. CAROL KAY .520 GUIN. EMMA KAY 3 3 3.520 GULAS. THEODORE CONSTANTINE 397.520 GULLO. CATHERINE ANN 520 GUMPRET, MARY 174 GUNDERSON 383.472 GUNN. MARY ELLIOTT 377,520 GUNSELMAN, CHARLES HOWARD 520,447 GUNTHER, GUY FLEMING 369,520 GUNTHER. JEREL BURTON 371,520 599 GUNTHER, SANDRA GAIL M7,520 GUNTER, VIRGINIA RANDALL 401.520 GUNTHER, KENNETH ROBERT 520 GURGAUS, RALPH HERBERT 472 GURLEY. MICHAEL EDWARD 432,472 GUTHER ' l ' , BRENDA KAY 472 GUTHERY. ROSEMARY 520 GUTHERY, STEPHEN RAY 520 GUTHRIE, TERRY JACKSON 520 GUTHRIE, GARY 404 GUYTON, LARRY ELDON 472 H HABSHEY, Jt:)HN A- 347,520 HABSHE " ! ' , LINDA KATHLEEN 520 HACKER, CAROL RUTH 357,472 HACKNEY, SUSAN ANNETTE 520 HAEDICKE, GEORGE JOESEPH 379,520 HAGEN, GLENN WILLIAM 520 HAGER, RUSSEL STEVENSON 389,520 HAGGSTROM, GERALD DONALD 389,520 HAtrOOD, FRANK THOMAS 472 HAGOOD, MARGARET RUSSELL 333,472 HAGOOD, VIRGINIA 520 HAIG. ANDREA GAIL 520 HAIGH, SANDRA GULDBERG 333,520 HAR.LER, B ADELIA 3V;,458 HAIMSOHN, SUSAN HAAS 387,520 HAIRSTON, JORDAN LEE 458 HALE, CECILIA 401,472 HALE, CONSTANCE SIBYL 333,520 HALEY, JOSEPH III 520 HALL. CAROL ■N CHRISTINE 333,520 HALL, CLAIRE LYNN 3 3 3,520 HALL. JAMES 412 HALL. JOHNNY 520 HALL. MARVIN DONALD 381.520 HALL, MARY EVELYN 353,520 HALL. MIKE 404 HALL, PATRICIA LYNN 520 HALL, RICHARD WAYNE 472 HALL. ROGER LEE 520 HALIMAN, ROBERT LEE 520 HALLMARK, KATIE HOPE 349,520 HALSEY, ELIZABETH 355,520 HAMER, NORRIS 404 HAMIL, JUD " ! ' KAY 377,520 HAMILTON, BETTY CLAIRE 333.520 HAMILTON, CAROLYN ANN 333.520 HAMILTON. DAVID RONALD 521 HAMILTON. DOROTHY JANE 317.521 HAMILTON. ERNEST DUNCAN 385.461 HAMILTON, FRANK D 46I HAMILTON, HELEN KATRINA 323,521 HAMILTON, lENNY DELL 377,521 HAMITER, JOHN CECIL, JR. 331.521 HAMLETT, FLORENCE COWLES 355.521 IIAMMERSLA. MARK DEAN 472 HAMMOCK. JERRIANNE 191.192.193.401,414. 472 HAMMOCK, ROY WILKS 383,521 HAMMOND, GARY DAVID 521 HAMMOND, MELANIE GAIL 373.426,521 HAMMOND, SUSAN ELAINE 521 HAMMONS, SANDRA L ' i ' NN 472 HAMN, ELIZABETH GAYLE 373,521 HAMNER. BARBARA ANN 521 HAMNER, MARJORIE OLIVIA 401,521 HAMPSHIRE, MARYLOU 192.193 HAMPTON. JOHN B,. JR. 521 HAMRIC. BONARD WESLEY 391.521 HAMRICK. GLEN RAY 521 HAMRY. GREGOR ■ WADE 327.521 HAMSHIRE, MARY LOU 521 HANAN, RACHEL ROSE 345,521 HANCOCK, CAROLYN MANETTE 521 HANCOCK, LAURA KAYE 407,413,456,472 HANDLE ■, ROGER lUAN 521,423 HANDWERGER, RONALD HOWARD 365.521 HANES. REBECCA ANN 35 3.521 HANES, THOMAS BERNARD 359.521 HANE -, MARY SUSAN 377,521 HANEY. SUSAN KAY 521 HANKS, MARSHA SUE 35 3,521 HANLEY, BEIL LAWRENCE 331.521 HANN. DINAH 521 HANNERS. RUB ■ JUANITA 521 HANNON. BETTY FRANN 472 HANSON. ELIZABETH LYNN 521 HARBARGER. JOSEPH TERRELL 521 HARBIN, JUDITH ANNE 521 HARBERT, CAROLE ANN 472 HARBISON, NANCY MARGARET 472 HARDEMAN. LEE FRANCIS 371.521 HARDESTY. JANE NORRIS 192,193,339,521 HARDIN, EDWARD DENNIS 521 HARDIN, HANS RUPERT 343,521 HARDIN, WILLIAM SAMUEL 461 HARDING, JAMES A, 391,521 HARDING, PATRICIA ANN 341,521 HARDWICK, KATHRYN EILEEN 461.521 HARDY. JAMES EDWIN 335,472 HARDY, ROBERT RAYMOND 375,521 HARDY, SUZANNE ALLISON 521 HARGETT, WILLIAM GILBERT 389,521 HARGRAVE. KARL DOUGLAS 521 HARGROVE, JOHNNY PICKENS 327,521 HARGROVE, WALTER EDWARD, JR. 458 HARGROVE, WILLIAM JOHN 472 HARMON, BARRIE HOLT, JR- 327,472 HARMON, ROBERT HUNTER, JR. 379,521 H ARP. LANG THEODORE. JR. 472 HARPER, BETS ' ! ' JANET 521 HARPER, LARRY WILLIAM 521 HARPER, SALLY C 339,522 HARPER, STEPHEN DOUGLAS 522 HARRELL, DIANNE 522 HARRELL, LINDA DELL 522 HARRELL, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. 522 HARRIMAN, PATRICIA RUTH 323,522 HARRIS, ANGELO 404 HARRIS, BEAETTA 522 HARRIS, CAROL LYNETTE 522 HARRIS, ELMA ROCHELLE 522 HARRIS, FRED 444 HARRIS, GAIL ELAINE 522 HARRIS, HELEN MARIE 472 HARRIS, IRIS VERMETTA 522 HARRIS. JILL 193.339.522 HARRIS. JO ANN 339.522 HARRIS. JOHN ROBERT 385.522 HARRIS. JUDY LYNN 522 HARRIS. LINDSEY LEWIS 522 HARRIS. MARY ELOISE 319.522 HARRIS. MELBA IRIS 522 HARRIS. MICHAEL LEE 385.472 HARRIS. NANCY KARLEE 522 HARRIS. NANCY MARIE 401.522 HARRIS. PAM 427 HARRIS. PATSY COLEMAN 373,522 HARRIS, SAMUEL lUDSON 369,472 HARRIS, THERESA IRENE 522 HARRIS, WILMA POWELL 522 HARRISON, BARBARA ANN 522 HARRISON, BETT " ' JOAN 373,522 HARRISt)N, DIANNE FRANCIS 323,522 HARRISON, J SC:OTT 174,472 HARRlStW, JAMES GOODLOE 198,3 37.522 HARRISON. JOAN 427 HARRISON. PATSY JAY 522 HARRISON. RICKEY BURNE 522 HARRISON. SHARON ANNE 349.522 HARR " ! ' . ELEANOR VICTORIA 341.522 HART. CHARLES GENTERFIT 461 HARI. DAVID RICHARD. JR. 522 HARTE. ROBERT JAMES 359.522 HARTLEY. DEAN CARLISLE 472 HARTLEY. KAREN SUE 522 HARTLEY. RC:)BERT REED 5 22 HARTZOG. DANNY LARVE 522 HARTZOG. KENNETH DELTON 522 HARVELL. BILLY WAYNE 522 HARVELL. PATRICIA GAYE 522 HARVILL. WILLIAM MYATT. JR. 379.522 HASKINS. NANCY ELEANORE 401.522 HASSINGER. DAVID SHIELD 391.522 HASSINGER. RICHARD CHARLES JR. 395,522 HASSON, LEONARD S 399,522 HASTY. RANDY LYNN 522 HATAWAY. CLIFFORD JACKSON 393.522 HATCH. MARIAN LINDLEY 522 HATMAKER. GLAY T 4 30 HATTAWAY. JEROME MARVIN 5 22 HATTON. WANDA ELAINE 522 HAUGHTON. GINNY ELIZABETH 323.522 HAUGHTON. MARY ELLA 472.325 HAUGHTON. PATSY ANNE 193,323.523 HARVARD. ROSS CAMPBELL 472 HAUN. ROBERT EARL. JR. 323 HAUNTON. RABA 4 32 HAUPT. LAURA ELLEN 32 3 HAWKINS. ANN HAYDEN 339.472 HAWKINS. DOROTHY KAY 323 HAWKINS. GECIRGE MONROE 430,473 HAWKINS. JANE SMITHSON 339.323 HAWKINS. JC1HN HARPER 343,523 HAWKINS. ROBERT WINSTEAD 383.523 HAYDEN. JEAN LAMAUDE 523 HA-lDEN. WILLIAM DURICK 523 HAYES. BRENDA CAROL 523 HAYES. CYNTHIA ANNE 377,523 HAYES, DANIEL MITCHELL 343,523 HAYES, EUGENE 4 38 HAYES, GEORGE MARLAND 315,523 HAYES, SHIRLEY LEMOYNE 523 HA-l ' GOOD, MARION LEE 323.523 HAYLEY. FRANCES LOUISE 317.523 HAYMON. DONNA SUE 523 HAYNES. CHARLES 438 HAYNES. JANICE ELLEN 523 HAYNES. JOANNE 523 HAYNES. JOHN CARTER 523 HAYNES. ROBERT L. 523 HAYNIE. REBECCA GAIL 333,523 HAYS. SUSAN DIANE 319.523 HAZZARD. MENA HALL 339.473 HEAD. ANN 4IO HEAD. JANE HILL 357.523 HEALD. DAVID GRANT 523 HEAPS. DAVID D, 351,523 HEARD. SAMUEL BRYAN 523 HEARD. SANDRA SUE 353.523 HELLMAN, BARBARA 415 HINDIR.SON, DONALD BERNARD 523.423 HHNE5IR,SON. JAMES MICHAEL 523 HENDERSON, JANET DOREES 323,523 HENDERSON, JOHN CLEDITH, JR. 331.523 HENDERSON. MARGARET GALE 523 HENDERSON. SHERRON LEE 422.52 3 HENDERSON. THOMAS ELBERT 52 3 HENDRICK. CYNTHIA ANN 523 HENDRICKS. PAUL NICHOLS 337,523 HENDRIX, CYNTHIA ANN 523 HENDRIX. JOHN CALLAWAY 395.524 HENDRIX. MAR ' i ' JUNE 524 HENDRIX. SANDRA MAXINE 317.524 HENDRIX. THURMON MARTIN 343,524 HENDRY. FREDA GAY 524 HENLEY. THERESA JANET 524 HENNINGER. FRANCES JENNINE 416.524 HENNINGER. JUDITH CAROLINE 353.428.524 HENNIS. RONALD BARRY 331,524 HENRY, DIANE LEE 313.524 HENSON. KENNETH TYRONE 458 HENSON. SHARON KAY 473 HERBERT. ISABEL 377.524 HERBERT. MARY ANN 377.407.413.473.175 HEREFORD, CAROLYN FRANCES 524 HERLONG. lANET ANITA 52 1. 175 HERNANDEZ, JOYLIN 524 HERNANDEZ, SAMUEL ROBERT 385,473 HERNDON, THOMAS DAVID 375.524 HERRING. JAMES PAUL 524 HERRING. RANDALL LOMAX 524 HERSH. SETH 1 399,47 3.437.457.408.4 38 HERSHISER. GLORIA FAIR 377.524 HESS. CHARLES MORRELL. JR. 385.458.447 HESS. PHILIP WOODMAN 524 HESS. RICKEY LAMONT 337,524 HESTER. CHARLOTTE ANN 524 HESTER. LARR ' l ' DENTON 524 HEUSINGER. BERT ANDREAS 524 HIAM. RANDALL ADDISON 361.524 HICKMAN. FRANK A, 524 HICKS. JAMES 438 HICKS. REBECCA LEE 524 HICKS. SEPTA DARLENE 524 HIDEN. SAM EARLE 383.524 HIERBALIM. MARK STEVEN 391.524 HIGDON. DONNA JEAN 317.524 HIGGINBOTHAM. lAMES MICHAEL 524 HIGGINBOTHAM. ROBERT 404 HIGGENS. CHARLOTTE ANN 524 HIGGENS. JAMES RANDALL 524 HIGGINS. JOHN BRITT 397.473 HIGGENS. LARRY GENE 524 HIGGENS. WILLIAM KLINE 369.430,524 HJGHTWOER. JAMES ALBERT 408.409.47 3.175 HILDRETH, WILLIAM BARTLEY 393.524 HILL, ALICE FAYE 319.524 HILL. ANNETTE 473 HILL. DELICIA RICE 524 HILL. DERICK ROGER 458 HILL. DIXIE CALLENE 353.524 HILL. JANE ALESE 341,473 HILL. JANET FRANCES 524 HILL, M GAIL 524.449 HILL, MARY JANE 473.416 HILL. RAYMOND BRUCE 331.524 HILLARD. MARY KATHLEEN 357.524 HILLIKE. DIANE 427 HILLMAN. JAMES DWIGHT 524 HINCHLEY. HAROLD LLOYD. JR 393.524 HINDS. ANN SEWANEE 401.524 HINDS. WILLIAM LASSETER 393.524 MINES. CHARLES NEAL 367.524 HINES. JACK W 36 .524 HINES, MARGO 355,525 HINES. RONIE ELIZABETH 357,525 HINESLEY. JULIAN HOWARD 351.525 HINSON. JOHN MICHAEL 473 HINTON. AMELIA JOYCE 525 HINTON. JANET HELENE 525 HINTON. KENNETH CLAYTON 525 HINTON. MARGARET MORGAN 323.525 HINTON, PAT 323. " .25 HINTON. THOMAS FOSTER 383.525 HIPP. DONNA CAROL 339.427.525 HOBBIE. PRISCILLA 323.473 HOBBS. BEVERLY JEAN 401.473 HOBBS. RALPH NICOLSON 432.461 HOCUTT. KATHY LYNN 323.525 HODGES. JANA POCAHONTAS 339.525 HODGES. STEPHEN MEARS 331.473 HODGSON, JAMES CLARK 369.473 HODNETT. MARTHA LEE 473 HODNETTE. MARY DENISE 323.525 HOEER. LL(iYD MARTIN 473 HOFSTETTER. NANCY J. 319.525 HOFSTETTER. ROBERT BENJAMIN 473 HOGG. HAMPTON H. 359.525 HOGUE. KEN HARRIS 5 25 HOGUE. ROBERT M 347.525 HOLBERG. ROBERT SCHWART 458 HOLCOMB. WILLIAM HAROLD 525 HOLDER. KENNETH ROY, JR 47 3 HOLDERFIELD, MARGARET ANN 5 25 HOLEMON, ANGELA PENN 47 3 HOLLADAY, CHARLES RANDOLPH, JR 525 HOLLADAY, HUGH EDWIN 347,525 HOLLE1-, CAROLE KENDALL 525 HOLLIDAY, SANDY SANDORD 327,473 HOLLINGSWORTH, BRENDA KAY 525 HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHN CORNELIUS 347,525 HOLLINGSWORTH, MARCIA VALERIE 525 HOLLINGSWORTH, RONALD EDWIN 5 25 600 HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS COLEMAN 52 " ) MOLLIS. JACK DONOHO, IR 2 " ; HOLLIS. KATHERINE MAXWELL 525 MOLLIS. MICMAEL GUY ;«.5 25 HOLLON. DONALD RICHARD 363.473 HOLLON. JAMES G IR " .525 HOLLOWAV. KATHERINE lANE 349.525 HOLLOW ' AV. RAY HAMILTON 351.525 HOLMAN. JOHN ROBERT 525 HOLMAN. SUSAN KA ' i ' 473 holmer. john frederick 525 holmes. betty carol 317.525 holmes. emily diane 525 holmes. patricia lynn 525 holmstock. treila dureen 373,473 holston. robin jeffry 317.5 25 holt. douglas cecil 47 3 holt. gene x ' ortham 337.525 holt, george 4 8 holt. joe steven 5 25 holt. michael howard 385.525 hone cl;tt. brenda carol 329.473 honeycutt. thomas 447 hooks. ALVIN EPHRIAM 47 3 HOOPER. LYNDA RUTH 325.525 HOOTON. WAYNE W. 385.525 HOPE. LUCRETIA CAROL 525 HOPE. MARGARET GAY 525 HOPKINS. NANCY lEANNE 319.525 HOPKINS. SUSAN MARIE 339.525 HOPPER. GAIL ELAINE - " HOPPER. ROBERT LUTHER. Ill 331,461 HORAN. JOHNNY COLBERT 525 HORN, HARRIET CONNELL 325.525 HORNADY. LISA C 5 25 HORN. MARY CATHERINE 473 HORNBACK. JOE 4 9 HORNE. SANDRA KAY 526 HORNSBY. ERNIE HAROLD 389.526 HORTON. ANITA JOANNA 526 HORTON, MAR-l ' EVELYN 349.526 HORTON. SANDRA GAIL 5 26 HOSLER, ERIC SCOTT v|-,52( HOSMER. DENIS RANDALL ' 381.526 HOSTY. LYNiN MARIE 341.407.457.473 HOUSTON. ALMA J 526 HOUSTON. JAMES K. 371,5 26 HOUSTON. WILLIAM EVANDER 371.526 HOWARD. DAVID KIRBY 35 1.526 HOWARD. JOHN RANDALL 385.526 HOWARD. LYNN HALL 339,526 HOWELL, BARBARA CAROL 377,526 HOWELL. DANIEL FRANCIS 526 HOWELL. DILLARD WILLIAM iSr4 3 HOWELL. EDWIN H. 526 HOWELL. GWENDOLYN MERLE 355.526 HOWELL. JAMES 4 39 HOWELL. JOHN MARTIN 3 31.526 HOWELL. LARRY TYRONE 474 HOWELL. MARTHA ELIZABETH 5 26 HOWELL. MARY ANN 323.526 HOWELL. PAMELIA RENEE 526 HOWELL, SANDRA MARY 526 HOWELL. THOMAS LEWIS 347.526 HOWELL, WILLIAM ASHLEY III 315,526 HOWINGTON, JO ANNE 174.526 HOWLAND. DAVID C. 526 HOWTON. BETTY VIRGINIA 474 HOWZE. RUTH BENTON 323,474 HROM, JOHN STEWART 393,474 HUBBARD, DAVID WELLS 446,474 HUBER, JACQUELYN MARY 5 26 HUCKABEE, MARTHA ANNE 325,526 HUCKEBA, DAVID ARDIE 526 HUDGINS, LINDA LEE 474 HUDSON, BETTYE LOU 329,474 HUDSON, CYNTHIA JOYCE 319,526 HUDSON. JOHN THOMAS 381,5 26 HUDSON, LARRY 444.457 HUDSON. NOLAN LEONARD 4 74 HUDSON. STANCIL ALAN 5 26 HUDSON. WANDA lANE 526 HUDSON. WILLIAM 432 HUEY. RODNEY 404 HUEY. THOMAS EDWARD 5 26 HUEY. VICKI JANE 526 HUTT. RHODA FRANCILLE 526 HUFFMAN. CAROL RUTH 317.526 HUFFMAN. DANIEL lAMES 395.526 HUFFMAN. SUE GAIL 4 1 HUGGINS. BRENDA LORRAINE 526 HUGGINS, ERNEST WARREN 5 26 HUGHES. DEBORAH ALICE 526 HUGHES. HUGH 4 32 HUGHES, JANE ANN 526 HUGHES, JANICE KATHLEEN 526 HUGHES, JOANNE 373,526 HUGHES. OUIDA JUANESE 349.5 26 HUGHES. PATRICIA MERLE 474 HUGHES. TERRIL WAYNE 375.5 26 HUGHEY. GEORGE W 526 HUGHEY. GREGORY REES 383.474 HUGHSTON. LUTIE CAROLINE 357.526 HUIE. RICHARD T 395.526 HULL. ALECIA 44 3.526 HULL. DAVID CLARK 335.527 HULTQUIST. PATRICIA ANNE 527 HUMBER. JAMES TERRY 423.527 HUMBER, lOHN DAVID 5 1,527 HLIMBER, THOMAS JERRY 423,527 HUMBLE, PAMELA MARY 300,349,527 HUMPHREY. BUDDY 327.527 HL ' MPHREYS. RC5BERT THOMAS 369,474 HUMPHRIES. WILLIAM W, 383.527 HUNDLEY. GAYLE 527 HUNTER. FOREST CHARLES 383,527 HUNTER. MARY BETH 355.527 HUNTER. PAGE MORRIS 327,527 HUNTER. WILLIAM IVEY 474 HURST. DIANE 527 HURT. KATHERINE CAROL 527 HUSBAND. HUNTER 404 HUSLER. KENNETH MITCHELL, IR 5: " HUTCHINSON. KATHERINE HAlLs i v j- HUTCHINSON. MARY DENNISE 4- ' i HUTT. JOHNNY 142 HUTTO. BRENDA 4 4 HUTTO. JAMES LEWIS. JR. 34 3,474 HUTTO. JENNIFER 327.527 HUTTO. SUSAN CECELIA 327.527 HYATT. KATHLEEN 527 HYCHE. JERRY MILLENDER 527 HYCHE. TERRY CARSON 527 HYDE. CECIL JOHN 335.474 HYDE. J. BANKS 383.527 HYDE. MICHAEL P. 335.527 HYDRICK. BARBARA GOOD 44 3.474 HYDRICK. ROBERT VAUGHN 527 HYFIELD. THOMAS HUGH 474 HYMEL. DARRELL ANTHONY 527 I IDLEMAN. L-l ' NDA SUE 527.329 INGALLS. IDA JANE 527,377 INGE. DRURA TERESA 527.339 INGRAM. DAVID M 527.389 INGRAM. MARGARET ELIZABETH 407,333,454, 474 INNES, JAN ELIZABETH 527 INSLER, JILL MERRILL 527,387 INZER, JOAN CANTRELL 527,357 IPPOLITO, NORMAN 527 IRVIN. JANICE KAY 474 IRVIN. RALPH LEEE 527 ISBELL. JUANITA OCTAVIA 474 ISDN. GEORGIE LOU 527 IVEY. SARAH JOANNA 323,413,474 rVlE, MICHAEL ALLEN 527,383 IVINS, JOHN 527,347 J JABOUR, RICHARD BARRY 474,351 JABOUR. WILLIAM. II 4 4.327 JACKA. PAUL ROBISON 474 JACKNIN. JAY ROBER 52 ,399 JACKSON, ALTO LOFTIN. IR 4 4 JACKSON, CONSTANCE MARDEL 5 27 JACKSON. DANIEL NICHOLAS 527 JACKSON. DANN-l ' WAYNE 527 JACKSON, DOYLE STEPHEN 527,3 15 JACKSON, ELVA ANN 527 JACKSON, FITZHUGH LEE 527,385 JACKSON. FREEMAN RANDOLPH 527,383 JACKSON. GARLETTE BASS 527 JACKSON. JAMES A 474 JACKSON. JANET LYNN 527.355 JACKSON. JIMMY RANDALL 527 JACKSON. JOHN E. JR 527 JACKSON. LANE 527.401 JACKSON. LARRY 44 JACKSON. LYNDA DIANE 474 JACKSON. MARGARET MARIE 528 JACKSON. MARGARET ROSE 528 JACKSON. MARSHIA LEA 528 JACKSON. MELINDA TRUETT 474 355 JACKSON. PAULA JEAN 528.377 JACKSON. STEVEN ERNEST 5 28 JACOBS. FRANK 528 JACOBS, GAR1- WARREN 5 28,385 JACOBS. GLORIA ANN 5 28 JAFFE. RICHARD STEPHEN 528 365 JAFFE, RITA . SI JAMtS. CARMALITA MARIA 528 JAMES. CHRISTIAN 528.355 JAMES. DENNIS WAYNE 528 JAMES. DON MASSEY 528 351 4 3 I-4 JAMES. DRAYTON NOBLES 432 461 JAMES. MAURICE 4 39,528 JAMES. ROBERT PHILLIP 528 JAMISON. JUD ■ FRANCES 333,415 528 JANDBLICH. ROBERT LOUIS 528 JARRELL. RANDALL EUGENE 528 397 JARVIS. NORA ANN 474 JEAN. C PHILLIP 528 JEFFARES. WILLIAM CRAIG 528,397 JEFFEREY, MARIE SHIRLEY 474,323 JEHLE, JEAN M. 474.319 JENKINS. JULIA I, 416.429,528 JENKINS. VIRGINIA NAN 4 37.474 JENNINGS. CARLA JEAN 528 JENNIGAN. CAROL 42 " JENNINGS. HARRY GORDON, JR. 528,397 JENSEN. REBECCA MILDRED 349,474 JENT, DONALD N. 5 28 JERNAGAN, LOUIS RHODA 474 JERNIGAN, CAROL ANN 528,373 JETER, CAROL ELLEN 528,35 3 JETT, MARIE 528,357 JEWELL. WENDELL GARY 528 JINKS. LYNN WILSON 528.389 JO. JULIO C. 347.374 JOBSON. ANN BOSWELL 528,317 JOBSON, DANIEL JOSEPH 474 JODSON, DONNA GAIL 528 JOE, SUELLEN LOO 5 28 JOHNSON. ANNA MARIE 5 28 JOHNSON, BRENDA KAYE 474 JOHNSON, BRENDA SHERYL 528 lOHNSON. CAROL DEAN 528 JOHNSON. CAROLINE ELIZABETH 528 359 lOHNSON. CAROLYN lOAN 47.( JOHNSON. CHARLES MICHAEL 474 JOHNSON. CHESLEY ROSCOE. Ill 528 JOHNSON. GLEN ROBERT 528 JOHNSON. JAMES DOUGLAS 528 JOHNSON. JAMES WALLACE. JR. 528.397 JOHNSON. lAMES WILSON 528 JOHNSON, JAYNE CATHERINE 528.353 JOHNSON, JUD1- LYNN 528 JOHNSON, JUDY ROSALYN 415.528 JOHNSON. KATH-l- 174 JOHNSON. LANA DAWN 474 JOHNSON. LAWRENCE HARRISON. Ill 528 JOHNSON. MARJORIE CAMILLE 349.415 528 JOHNSON. MICHAEL LYNN 528 JOHNSON. NANCY E, 5 28.37 3 lOHNSON. PAl ' L THOMASON 528 391 lOHNSON. RONALD WA ' l ' NE 461 397 lOHNSON. SEABORN DARDEN 528 383 JOHNSON. SHIRLEY ANN 529 JOHNSON. SUSAN LYNNE 474 JOHNSON. VALERIA CARROLL 529 JOHNSON. VIRGINIA PROCTOR 529 JOHNSON. YVONNE GLORIA 529 JOHNSTON. ALAN ERIC 5 29.347 JOHNSTON. CAROL LEE 529 JOHNSTON. DONN-i- lOHNSTON, JAMES CROWELL 529.343 lOHNSTON. JAMES GILBERT. JR. 5 29 JOHNSTON. JUDY FRANKE 529 JOHNSTON. KATHLEEN PACE 474,33 3 JOHNSTON. MICHAEL RALPH 474,371 JOHNSTON. PATTIE RHYNE 474,355 JOHNSTON. SARAH HOLLIS 529,210 JOHNSTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL 529 JOHNSTONE, GARY DAVIS 529,351 JOINER, MICHAEL CLAYTON 529 JOLL " ! ' . HERBERT MACK 5 29 JOLLY. JAMES LOUIS. JR 529 lONES. AMELIA ELIZABETH 529.325 JONES. AMELIA KAY 529 JONES. ANGELA DENISE 475 JONES. BARBARA GAIL 529,353 JONES, BENJAMIN THOMAS 529 lONES. CAROL-lN T 5 29. 39 jtTNES. CECILIA ANN 529.353 lONES. CHARLES L. 461 JONES. CHARLES MICHAEL 529 JONES. CLARICE TRUE 458 JONES. DANNY LEE 529 lONES. DAVID MURPHREE 4 30.529 JONES. DEBORAH ANN 427,529 lONES, GUY GORDON 529 lONES, HUGH EUGENE 475.371 JONES, JAMES ROBIN 529,353 JONES. JAN ELIZABETH 529 lONES. JENNIFER ANNE 529,319 lONES, JOHN MICHAEL 529 lONLS, JOHN RICHARD 475 JONES. JUDY GURGANUS 475 lONES. KAREN ELIZABETH 475.317 JONES, LA TANYA VONCILE 529 JONES. LINDA CAROL 529 lONES, MAHLON TAZEWELL, JR, 475 JONES, MARGARET ELIZABETH 529 325 JONES, MARGARET tVEL ' l ' N 529 lONES, MARILYN DENISE 415,529 JONES. MARTHA CAROL 475,349 JONES. NANCY C. 5 29 JONES. NATALIE 416,475 lONES. PAUL DOUGLAS 475 JONES. PAULA SUE 529 JONES. PAULETTE 422,529 JONES, PERRY KENNETH 529 JONES. PHILLIP GORDON 529 JONES. RANDALL DOUGLAS 529,371 JONES. RICHARD 529 lONES. ROBERT EDWARD 529 lONES. ROBERT 5 29.347 lONES. SAM PRICE. JR. 529.389 lONES. SHIRLEY RUTH 529,317 JONES. SUSAN WYKER 475,323 JONES, TREUIL MURPHEY 529 JONES, VELMA ETHEL 5 29 JONES. WAYNE 4 8 JORDAN. BRENT ELIZABETH 529 JORDAN, ELIZABETH COALE 529 JORDAN. EMILY REBACCA 5 30.37 3 JORDAN. GARY LEON 5 30.347.439 JORDAN. JOHN ARTHUR. JR. 5 30 JORDAN. KATHERINE SHEPARD 475.355 JORDAN. KHYLE LENOIR 5 30.363 .lORDAN. MARY ELLA 475,333 JORDAN, RANDALL GLENN 5 30,3 31 601 JORDAN. REBECCA ANNE 5 30.349 JOVVERS. LEONARD JA MES 475.315 JOULLIAN. JERRY ERNEST. JR. 5 30 JOYCE. JOW 04 JOYNER. MARY ELIZABETH 5 30,3 1 JUNKINS, JOHN FRANK 530,361 JUSLER. KEN 423 K KAIN. J E, 438 KANE. MARY ANN 5 30. 5 KANELOS. FRANK THEODORE 5 30.369 KAPPEL LOWELL 5 0.357 KAPSIMALIS. MICHAEL FRAMK 5 30.385 KASSOUF. DAVID PAUL 5 30 KAZANZAS. CARMAN ANN 5 30 KEARNEY. JAN 5 30 KEARNS. DOUGLAS LEONARD 5 30 KEASLER. GLENDA KAY 5 30 KEASLER. WARREN KENT 458 KEATON. JAMES DENNIS 5 30,361 KEENAN. THOMAS C, 5 30 KEENE. HOLLIS 404 KEENE. THOMAS HOWARD 5 30,367 KEENUM. CONNIE JANE 5 30 KEITH, FRANK WAYNE 530.397 KELLER. CELIA MARGARET 5 30 KELLEY. AMELIA WILKINS 530.355 KELLEY. BRENDA SUE 5 30 KELLEY. JO ANNA 530,319 KELLE ' l ' , JOEL VAN 464,5 30 KELLEY. NANCY JEAN 458 KELLEY. PHILLIP 4 38 KELLNER. KATHLEEN ANN 5 30 KELLY, BARBARA 5 30, 49 KELLY. DARWIN P, JR. 4 30.5 30 KELLY. MARVIN KENOR 5 0 KEMP. HERBERT EUGENE 5iO KEMP. SALLY MARIE 5 50.U9 KEMP. STEPHEN B. 5 0.365 KENDRICK. DEBORAH FRANCES 5 lO KENDRICK. LAURA CAROL 5 30.M7 KENDRICK. MICHAEL GENE 5i0.343 KENDRICK, NANCY SWEARENGIN 5 30 KENDRICK, RHONDA JACQUELINE 5 30 KENDRICK, WALTER TURNER 5 0 KENMORE. GEORGE VERNON 5 0, 5 1 KENNAMER. HAL TAYLOR 5 0. 91 KENNAMER, WILLIAM RICKEY 5 0 KENNEDY, AM-i ' REBECCA 5 30 KENNEDY-. MICHAEL 4 0 KENNEDY, MYRA FA YE 5 30 KENNEDY, RICHARD THOMAS 5 30 KENNEMER, JAMES C 5 SO, 327 KENNEY, CATHY 141,175 KENWORTH ' , PUDDY 530,323 KERRIGAN. ANNE PH LLIS 530,339 KESSLER, GARY R 531,327 KETTLES, DAVID LEREA 531 KEW, JANE SHERRILL 531,329 KEY, REBECCA VIRGINIA 531 KEY. THOMAS W 5U,359 KE ■DOSZUIS, RICHARD JAMES 351,391 KIDD. lANICE 450 KIELY. MARIE OLIVER 351.377.422 KILGORE, BILL 485 KILGORE, JAMES THOMAS 5 31,367 KILGROW, ADELAIDE MILLER n7.5U KILGROW. MARGARET 5 1 1, 41 KILPATRICK. CLAUDIA ANNE 5 31 KILPATRICK. JOAN CATHERINE 531,349 KIMBER, JOAN PAULETTE 5 31 KIMBRELL. JAN L 511, S7i KIMBROUGH. PSYCHE 5 31 KINDBERG. CANDACE ALANE 5M,329 KINES, THOMAS MICHAEL 5 31 KING, EDNA FAYE 5U KING, GERALD ARTHUR 5 31,391 KING, GRADY KEITH 531.181 KING, JR., JOHN THOMAS 531,327 KING. JULIAN MALLORY 511 KING. LOYD WAYNE 5 31 KING. MAR3- HARTLEY 5 31,157 KING, PATRICIA ANN 5 11 KING, RICHARD COLIN 531.191 KING. ROBERT L 408 KING. SUSAN lOAN 5 31 KING. THERESA ANN 511,401,416 KING, VIRGIL MAX 531,361 KING, WILLIAM VAN 5 31,347 KINSAUL, REGINA 1 458 KINSETH, PAMELA ANN 5 31 KIRBY, HAROLD BLAKELY 531,185 KIRBY, ROGER WAYNE 511,473 KIRK. ELIZABETH ANN 511 KIRK. JOHN 415 KIRKHOM, WANDA 427 KIRKMAN. ELIZABETH ANN 531,139 KIRKPATRICK. MICHAEL BRUCE 511.397 KIRKPATRICK. VAUGHAM 511 KIRKSEY. DIANNE EAYE 5 31 KIRKSEY. MARY BESS 511 KIRZNER. HELEN 5 11 KISTLER. DORIS JEAN 5 31 KISTLER. DLAINE DIANNE 511 KITCHEN. LEE 408 KLIEN. EUGENE LUDWIG 531.159 KLEINBERG. RHEA 5 31,387 KLINE, PEGGY LYNN 5 31,187 KNIGHT, HANK 446 KNIGHT, NINA CARMEN 511 KNIGHT, SUSAN DIANE 5 31 ' KNIPHFER, SANDRA LEE 511,119 KNOBLOCK. BRENDA GAYLE 5 31 KNOX. LARR " ! ' REED 511 KNUDSEN, MARSHALL SCHAVLAND 458 KOHN. RICHARD LEON 532,399 KONTOS, ALEX STEVEN 532,327 KOPEL, JUDY LYNN 512,187 KOVAC, CONNIE 458 KRAPE, WILLIAM EMMETT 458 KRASELSK " ! ' . DAVID GARY 512.199 KRAWIECKI, STAN EDWARD 5 12 KRCHAK. KATHRYN ANN ■ 12 KREH. LAWRENCE ALAN 5 12.115 KREIDER. WILLIAM JAMERSON 512 KRUGMAN, MARGARET ELLEN 512,387 KUCHARSKI, JOEL 532,361 KULBEIDA, ROB S. 458,121 KL:L0VITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPH 532 KUSINA. PAUL ANTHONY 458 KUSTER, SUSAN LYNN 512,319 KYLE, KATHLEEN ANNE 532,317 L LABORDE, DONALD JOSEPH 512 LACEY, ROBERT A 444 LACKEY. TIMOTHY MARTIN 5 32 LACY. HOWARD STEWARD 185.512 LADD. NOEL ELIZABETH 157.512 LAFAYETTE. JANE 512 LAGRONE. SAUNDRA ANN 5 32 LAIRD. ERNIE 189.5 12 LAKE ' l ' . JIMMY RANDALL 476 LAKIN. BERT LAWRENCE 165.476 LAKIN. SHARON DALE 345.512 LAMAR, CRAIG STEVEN 171,512 LAMB, JEAN ELOISE 476 LAMB, LINDA ANNE 429,512 LAMBERT, CHRISTINE LOUISE 323,532 LAMBERTH, CHARLES DAVIS 389.476 LAMBERTH, MARGARET 119,5 32 LAMMERDING. JOHN JUDE 476 LAMONT, CROSBY SAMUEL 458 LAMPREA, JORGE E 459 LANCASTER. JOHN WILLIAM 167,5 32 LAND, CHARLES ROBERT 189,5 32 LANDAU. DAVID JOEL 165.5 32 LANDERS. LAWRENCE KELSO 379,532 LANDERS, LESLIE K. 377,532 LANE, ALAN BERNARD 381,512 LANE, LUCY MORRIS 557,5 32 LANE, QUENTIN L. 5 32 LANE. WEND " ! ' JUNE 187.512 LANG. WILLIAM H , JR 5 32 LANGDON. JAMES WATSON 191,476 LANGFORD. CHARLES ALEXANDER 361.512 LANGFORD. JAMES PORTER 174,159.512 LANGLEY, GLEN MERCER 147.476 LANGHAM. CHARLES BERNARD 315.5 32 LANIER. RANDOLPH HOUSTON 359,512 LANIER, SARAH MARGARET 355,532 LANING. DAV1DSC3N LYNN 361,532 LANKFORD, DAVID CRAIG 5 32 LANKFORD, LONNIE EUGENE 5 32 LANTHORNE, RUSSELL JEFFERS, III 5 32 LANTRIP, LONALD COLMAN 361,5 32 LAPE, WILLIAM NICHOLAS 3 5,532 LAPIDES, RICHARD ALAN 175,532 LAPTEFF, DOLORES 476 LARGUE, ROBIN 119,4-6 LARIMER, RICHARD DEAN 410,476 LARIN, CARLOS CESAR 476 LARIN. WILLIAM EARL 161.512 LARKIN, CALHOUN FLOYD 127,532 LARKIN, ROSALYN JOYCE 513 LAROCCA, ANTHONY VINCENT 5 33 LARRIMORE, CHARLES LAMAR 533,473 LARRIMORE, LAURA JEAN 119.476 LARRIMORE, WILLIAM ANTHONY 5 33 LATHAM, lUDY 476 LATHRAM, LUCY FERRIS 357,511 LATNER, CALVIN E. 511 LAUBSCHER, STEPHEN LAWRENCE 379,5 3 3 LAUNIUS, PATRICIA ANN 476 LAVALLE, LAURA KATHLEEN 129,476 LAVENDER, BARBARA SUE 476 LAVERNE, THOMAS BRIEN 5 33 LAW, CHARLES MICHAEL 533 LAWHORNE, FRANKLIN DAVID 5 33 LAWLEY, EDDYE 5 11,417 LAWLEY, JEAN MARIE 511 LAWRENCE, NEAL BROOKS 5 33 LAWRENCE, PEGG-i ' ALMEDA 511 LAWRENCE, SHERWOOD H 169,476 LAWRENCE, TONY DOUGLAS 5 33 LAWRENCE, WILLIAM WALDO 351,476 LAWSON, FRANCIS ROBERT 371,533 LAWSON, MARGARET 193 LAYNE. ELIZABETH ANN 329,5 33 LAYTON, JUDY CLAIRE 341,533 LEACH, ALAN HAY 189,476 LEAMAN, BRUCE YOUNG 159,476 LEAR. WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. 331,533 LEARHERBURY, GREGORY LUCE, JR. 343.476 LEATHERBURY. LAURA T. 357,533 LEBEL, ROGER RALPH 533 LEBLANC, EUGENIA POLK 339,533 LEDBETTER, ROGER DALE 5 33 LEE, DAN HOWARD 511 LEE, DAVID BUFORD 476 LEE, FRANK HOWARD, JR, 161,5 11 LEE, GEORGE JACKSON 161,511 LEE, JIMMY MAY ' O 476 LEE, JOYCE LOO 511 LEE, MARGIE LOO 418,511 LEE, MICHAEL B 191,511 LEE, PATRICK DEAN 533 LEE, PAULA JANE 476 LEE, RICHARD ELLIS 533 LEE. ROGER W. 327.533 LEE, SARA A 5 11 LEE, VELA MARGARET 155,533 LEECH, SUSAN C. 17 ,476 LEEDY, WILLIAM DEAN 5 33 LEGGETTE, JOHN McCREA 191.459 LEHMAN, DAVID FREDRICK 53} LEHMAN, MARY ANN 401,533 LEIGH, JACK R 181,531 LEIGH, ROBERT TURNER 181,4 10,476 LEIMBACH, LINDA LOUISE 355,511 LEMASTER, ROBERT LARRY 533 LEMBERG, CHRISTINE 476 LEMEND, ROBERT CHARLES 5 33 LEMMER, LINDA CLAIRE 119,511 LENZl, LINDA LOU 177,531 LEONARD, DONALD B. 391,5 33 LEONARD, JUDY ANN 415,511 LERASS, JOY MARIE 5 33 LEROY, GERALD 476 LESTER, JAMES THEODORE 191,513 LETCHER, JOHN MICHAEL 513 LETHERWOOD, KEVIN BRUCE 513 LETSON, PERRY ROBERT 311,534 LETTON, KAREN LEE 177,5 34 LEVENS, BRENDA FAYE 5 34 LEVENSON, MENINDA ANN 187,514 LEVEQUE, ANDREE MARIE 514 LEVERT, STEPHANIE MARIE 155,4 11,476,450 LEVEY, WILLIAM SAMUEL, JR, 361,514 LEVIN, LARRY ALAN 199.514 LEVIO. JOE C 5 34 LEVISON. CHARLES PAUL 534 LEVY. IDA ROSE 345,534,450 LEVY, ROBERT HENRY 365,5 34 LEWIS, ALICIA 514 LEWIS, DONALD PHILLIPS 343,5 34 LEWIS, EVVEN ELIZABETH 5 34 LEWIS, GORDON WAYNE 381,5 34 LEWIS, HELEN CANDICE 5 34 LEWIS, JANE ANNE 151,5 34 LEWIS, JERRY KENNETH 476.447 LEWIS, JULIE C, 514 LEWIS, LAURA D. 155,534 LEWIS, MARSHALL 417 LEWIS, PATRICIA ANN 476,349 LEWIS, PRESTON MARSHALL 395,534 LEWIS, RONALD BURKE 476 LEWIS, SHARON JUDITH 373,534 LEWIS. STEPHEN WAYNE 159.476 LEWIS. TERRY N. 476 LEWIS. WILLIAM BROCK 5 34 LEWIS, WILLIE TROY 514 LEWITZ, SANDRA M. 387,476 LIBBY, PHYLLIS ANN 129,5 34 LIGHTER, STEPHEN MARK 399,534 LIDDLE, ROSALIND 514 LIES, KAREN WINTERS 323,534 LIES, WILLIAM 5 34 LIGHT, JUDITH DIANE 5 34 LIGHTSEY, SIDNE ' l ' JOE 534 LILLY, KRISTY ELAINE 534 LINDEN, JEAN DOROTHY 5 34 LINDLEY, GENEVIEVE 534 LINDLEY, JOHN ARTHUR 127,5 34 LINDSEY, FRANKIE CAROL 349,5 34 LINDSEY, LINDA lOYCE 514 LIPKIN, LINDA JOYCE 145,514 LIPSCOMB, JANET ELAINE 325,534 LIPSON. HARRY AARON 399,534 LIPTON, JOANNE 187,534 LIST, TERRY 534,438 LITTLE, HENRIETTA 187,5 34 LITTLE, VIRGINIA ALLISON 351,5 34 LIVEAKOS, MARGARET MERRILL 34 1,4 13,476 LIVEOAK. TALMADE WADE 5 14 LIVINGSTON. MARGARET LOUISE 32 3.5 34 LIVINGSTON. TRUDY LANGFORD 534 LLOYD. BEVERLEY JO 5 34 LLOYD. CANDACE RUTH 476 LLOYD. JUDITH ANN 5 34 LOCKARD. CHARLES VERNON 5 35 LOCKARD. JULIA ANN 515 LOCKE, DREMAH DEE 2101 LOCKHART, DANNY C, 515 LOCKHART. JAMES ROBERT 191,5 35 LOCKLIN, LYNNE SUZANNE 5 35 LOEB, BEVERLY ANNE 35 3,5 35 LOEB, JACK, JR 199,5 35 LOFTIN, SAMUEL LAMAR 535 LOFTIN, THOMAS DAVID 535 LOFTIS, VICKI KAY 117,535 LOGAN, DENNIS ALLEN 391,535 LOGAN, JAN 117 LOGAN, LINDA GAYLE 121,515 LOGAN, VICKI ELAINE 515 LOGAN, VIVIAN JANE 317,535 602 LOGSDON. LINDA CAROL 349.476 LOLLAR. ROSE MARY I ' ' " ' LONDON. DAVID ALFRED i85,5 35 LLOYD, LARRY 4i7 LONG, MARY DUDLEY 333.535 LONG. NANCY COUCH 476 LONG. PARTICIA LOUISE 535 LONG. ROLAND RAMSEY. JR 361.5 35 LONG. RO-l ' EDGAN 461 LONG. WILLIAM B 387.476 LORD. lUDY ELIZABETH 377,476 LORD. RODNEY ALBERT 5 35 LORENZA. JEAN ANN 373.5 35 LOTHROF. SHERYL LYNN 535 LOTT. JUDY 429 LOTT. JULIE ROSS 455.476 LOTT. MARILYN MANNING 357,5 5 LOUIE. CLARA M 5 35 LOVELACE. EDWIN McKENZIE 389.5 35 LOVELACE. GERRY MELISSA 5 35 LOVELADY. FRANCES FAYE 467 LOVELADY. ROBERT PHILLIP 361 LOVELADY. VICKI SUE 5 35 LOVEMAN. ARTHUR RANDOLPH 347.535 LOVOY. LEE S. 5 35 LOW, JAMES VINCENT 476 LOWE, ALLETA ANN 5 35 LOWE, VICKIE LYNNE 290.349.476 LOWE. WILLIAM DAVID 5 35 LOWER Y. ALICE LYNN 5 33 LOWERY. JAMES L, 476 LOWRY. INDIA PATRICIA 5 35 LOWRY. LEE ANN 3 3.476 LOWTHER. JOHN GEORGE 385.476 LOYD. ROBERT THOMAS 347.5 35 LOYD. SHARON DEAN 349,535 LOYLESS. BETSY SEYMOUR 373.476 LUCAS. BOBBY G, 381.476 LUCK. SHARON JOAN 535 LUCKIE. ROBERT E,. Ill 363.476 LUDWIG. JOHN M 5 35 LUEBKE. GREGORY ARTHUR 383.535 LUFF. JANICE ELAINE 5 35 LUKER. PEGGY CHLOLENE 5 35 LUMPKIN. EDDIE N, 5 35 LUMPKIN. LINDA ELLEN 319.535 LUMPKIN. ROBERT COLEMAN 359.5 35 LUNCEFORD. LINDA GA lLE 341.5 35 LUNDBERG. DEBROAH LAVAUGHN 535 LUNDY. CATHY 34 1,5 35 LUNT. ROBERT DEE 343.535 LUSCHER. HARR " ! ' ADAMS 343.5 35 LUSK. SUSAN W •NELLE 5 36 LUTZ. ELIZABETH SODDEN 357,5 36 LYERLY, RICHARD HOWARD 536 LYMS. MARY THERESA 5 36 LYNCH. DEWEY SPENCER 5 36 LYNCH. SHEILA ANNE 2101.476 LYNCH. SUSAN ELLEN 349.536 LYON. MARTHA JULIA 5 36 L ' ON. MICHAEL DUANE 331.536 LYONS, JAMES KELLY 343.5 36 LYONS. REBA MARSHALL 357.5 6 LYONS, SARAH ELIZABETH 341 LYONS. VIRGINIA ANN 377.413.476 M MacDONALD. JAMES ANTHONY III 375.477 MACE. DAVID WILLIAM 391.5 38 MACE. STEPHEN ALLEN 391.538 MACHEK, NEAL JULIAN 395.538 MACKIN. DAVIC EDWARD 367.5 38 MACKLE. MARGARET MARIE 5 38 MACKSOUND. JOSEPH ALEXANDER 5 38 MacLAURIN. GAIL McEVOY 32 3.477 MACON. ANNE 325,478 MacMULLAN, WARNER AVANT 354.477 MacRORY. ROBERT AMES 462 MADDEN. DONNA MARIE 5 38 MADDOCKS. NANCY KATHRYN 5 38 MADDOX. LISBETH HILL 323.538 MADISON. KATHERINE 174,333.538 MADISON. JOHN LOWE 478 MAERCKER. GREGORY PAUL 5 38 MAGEL, NANCY LEE 349.5 38 MAGRUDER. VIRGINIA LONG 323.538 MAHONEY. EDWARD PETER 478 MAISEL. LEON 399.5 38 MAKOWSKI. VIRGINIA URSULA 538 MALEKI. LUTFOLLAR 4 8 MALEY. PATRICIA 257,478 MALKOVE, MARK EDWARD 321,5 38 MALLORY, BARBARA GAYLE 478 MALLORY, LINDA JEAN 377,538 MALLORY, LUCY 339.5 38 MALONE. CHARLES 437 MANDELL. MARK STEVEN 365,538 MANER. JOSEPH RONALD 539,473 MANGET, PAUL GARNET III 478 MANGUN. EDGAR FLETCHER 379.478 MANIS. KALLIOPE KATHERINE 5 39 MANISCALCO. RITA JEAN 478 MANN. CONNIE LYNN 325.539 MANN. MYRA LOUISE 478 MANN. STEVEN DOMINICK 371.539 MANN. TIMOTHY ISHAM 361,539 MANNING. PATRICIA GAYLE 5 39 MANSUANN. BETTY LOFTEN 478 MANTEL. ANN FRANCES 357,539 MANUEL. PATRICIA ROSE 5 39 MAPES. NANCY GLENN 3 37.5 39 MAPES. TOM 5 39 MAPLES. JIMMY CHARLES 337.5 39 MAPLES. SAMMY 5 39 MARBOURG. JIM 438 MARNOURG. JAMES WYATT 478 MARCH. GLADYS LOUISE 3 3 3.539 MARCH ANT. CHARLENE 5 39 MARCHIONY, ROBERT ANTHONY 478 MARCUS. ROBERT GLYNN 321.5 39 MARGGRAF. R E. MARINO, lOSEPH T, 3 15,539 MARKHAM. REBECCA ANN 5 39 MARKOVIC, ELLIS ANDREW 369.5 39 MARKS. ALLEN 99.478 MARKS. FLOYD BELL III 377.5 39 MARKS, SARAH SUZANNE 377.5 39 MARLAR, JERRY DON 376.5 39 MARLER. JAMES 42 3 MARLEY, PEGGY M. 539 MARLOW, DEBRA JEAN 5 39 MARQUIS. GARY G. 5 39 MARSH. DUNCAN 412 MARSH. MELISSA 349.539 MARSH. WILLIAM H JR 315.539 MARSHALL. lERRY WAYNE 5 39 MARSHALL. JUDITH HELEN 539 MARSHALL. PHILLIP TUCKER 389,5 39 MARSHALL, RICK WILLIAM 385.539 MARSTELLER. WILLIAM TONALD 5 39 MARTIN. BEBERLY ANN 317.478 MARTIN. CAROLYN ANN 357.478 MARTIN. CHARLES ALAN 397,5 39 MARTIN, DALE WALLACE 331,539 MARTIN, GLENDA S. 373,478 MARTIN, lAMES L. 172,389,478 MARTIN, JOSEPH PATRICK 367,539 MARTIN, LINDA JEAN 355,539 MARTIN. MARTHA ANNE 5 39 MARTIN. MELANIE GRACE 5 39 MARTIN. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER 5 39 MARTIN. SUZANNE CAROLYN 333.539 MARTIN, THOMAS EDWARD 5 39 MARTY, MARGARET 426 MARY, JAMES R JR 385,539 MARQUARDT, WILLIAM CHARLES III 459 MARZONE. lANE 355.539 MASINGILL. JOHN HENRY 369,539 MASK. PATSY SUE 5 39 MASON. CLIVE McMURCHER 379.478 MASON, PATRICIA LOUISE 301,327,437,5 39 MASON, PRISCILLA GAE 5 39 MASON, WILLIAM CLARK 315,539 MASSENGALE, BARBARA SUE 323,539 MASSEY, CAROLINE BELL 339,539 MASSEY. CURTIS AARON 478 MASSEY, DIANNE JOY 5 39 MASSEY, JERR ' WAYNE 540 MASSEY, KAREN 540 MASSEY, LAURA JEAN 377,540 MASSEY. MARY ELIZABETH 5 40 MASSEY. SANDRE GAYLE 540 MASSIF. CHRISTY ELAINE 478 MASSIF. PHYLLIS CAROL 540 MASTERS. LARRY WAYNE 540 MATE. CAROLYN ANN 349,540 MATE, JANET LOUISE 349,413.478 MATHER. ALEXANDER McNAIR. JR- 343.462 MATHIS. JAMES HAYS 383.540 MATSOS. MARY HELEN 540 MATTHEWS. ALETHEA JO 540 MATTHEWS. CARTER BROWARD JR 540 MATTHEWS. CHRISTOPHER WARREN 385.540 MATTHEWS. FRANCES BRADLEY 32 3.540 MATTSON. NATALIE REBECCA 478 MAUGHAN. PAMELA JEAN 540 MAULDIN. ANITA LOUSINE 478 MAULDIN. PAMELA JEAN 540 MAULDIN. ROBERT McCALIB 478 MAULDIN. MICHAEL CHARLES 540 MAURER. MARGRETTA ELIZABETH 333.540 MAXWELL. BARBARA GAIL 193.317.407.415. 454.478 MAXWELL, JOHN FRANCIS 540 MAY, FRED G 540 MAY. MARY JANET 355.540 MAY. RICHARD 446 MAY. SOCAR DWA ' lNE 462 MAY. THOMAS WILLIAM 337.478 MAY. TRICIA ANN 333,478 MAYS, JAMES WELLINGTON 435,446.478 MAYS. MARTHA T, 478 MAZENKO. MICHAEL JOSEPH 478 MAZER. BARI DEE 345.540 MAZZONE. RICHARD J, 540 McABEE. GLYNDIA NELL 477 McBREARTY. MICHAEL LEIGH 477 McCABE. JANE MARIE 317.413.477 McCALEB. JEAN ELLEN 477 McCAIG. DELMAR McCARTER. DARLENE SUE 477 McCASKILL. MILLI 426 McClelland, karen Elizabeth 317,477 mcclendon, mary anna 355,477 mccollum, susan diane 477 mcconaghy. marie mason 477 McCONNELL. ROBERT W, 444,477 McCOY, BILLY F. 446,477 McCOY, LAWRENCE NYE JR, 393,477 McCOY. RAY il6 McCREARY. MARY GAIL 4 " - McCRORI ' . NELLIE R 459 McCULLOCH. SANDRA PO X ' ELL i77 McCOLLOUGH. PAUL PETTY JR. 477 McCURDY. GEORGE REESE III 389 Mc CURDY. JOHN FRANKLIN 379.5 37 McCURLEY. SANDRA 5 37 McCUTCHEON. DIANNE 300.319.537 McDADE. MYRA LEE 5 37 McDANIEL. CHARLOTTE ELAINE 537 McDANIEL. CHERYL GAY 5 37 McDANIEL. lOHN MILTON 327,537 McDANIEL. MARY BLANCHE 333,537 McDANIEL. TALETHIA SUE 401,537 McDERMOTT. ELIZABETH ANNE 537 McDILL, lOHN 437 McDClNALD. DEBRA ANN 5 37 McDonald. Elizabeth lee 339.537 McDonald. Elizabeth lynne 339.537 McDonald, gerald wayne 537.417 McDonald, john weathers. ir 51 McDonald, larry b 5 7 McDonald, mary Elizabeth 339.477 McDonnell, owen edvx ' ard jr. 397,537 Mcdonough, edward bailey jr. 397,537 mcDougal, dewe i ' clarkston 432,477 McDowell, carole leslie 537 McDowell, james hugh 477 McDowell, paul 459 McDUFF. ALAN LEE 385.5 37 McDUFF, DIANE 3 3 3.537 Mcelroy, rebecca jerome 537 McELVY. J DOUG 462 McFERRlN. HARRIS EDWARD 462 McFERRIN. MARGARET FONTAINE 5 37 McGAHEY. THOMAS STEPHEN 383.5 37 McGAUGHY. CANDANCE M 5 37 McGEARY. RICHARD A 435.537 McGEE. JANET GERTRUDE 477 McGEE. JAMES R JR, 385.537 McGEE. MARY JESSICA 537 McGEHEE. WILLIAM BOYD III 343,537 McGILBERRY, JOYCE JEANETTE 319,477 McGINNIS. THEOLESTER 5 37 McGONIGAL, BURKE LAND 339,537 McGOUGH, GERALD R 430,435,537 McGOUGH, LYNDA ANN 477 McGOUGH. WILLIAM MALCOLM JR. 477 McGOUGH. WILLIAM PATRICK JR 477 McGRIFF. BILL n5 McGRIFF. JAMES HARRIS JR, 315.477 McGRIFF. JIM JR- 3 31,477 McGRIFF, lOHN RUSSELL 331,537 McGRIFF. WILLIAM EARL II 477 McGUIYAN, PATRICK I 5 37 McHALE. PATRICIA GAMBLE 477 McHALE. THOMAS EDWARD 5 37 McHATTON. STEPHEN RAY 5 37.473 McHUGH. JUDITH CAROLE 537 McINTOSH. lOHN LARRY 359,5 37 McINTYRE, HARRIET RUTH 537 McINTYRE, KATHY M- 537 McINTYRE. TRAVIS L III 446 McKAY. CANDIE JANE 537 McKAY. JAMES ERMON 5 37 McKEE. RICHARD WILLIAM 5 37 McKEE. TERRY MICHAEL 477 McKENZIE. MARGARET JEAN 5 37 McKENZIE. MARTHA TERRI 333.537 McKIE. PENNY 377.477 McKINNEY. JIM 42 3 mckinney. john michael 335,537 mckinney, philip michael 351,477 mckinnon, molly suzanne 325.5 37 mclaney. richard wayne 5 37 McLaughlin, dona lee 317,478 mclellan. george richard 359,5 37 McLEMORE. lUDITH ANNETTE 377,5 38 McLENDON. IOHN CLYDE 5 38 mcleod. david covington 367.5 38 mcleod. lucius bonner iii 351,5 38 mcleroy, kathryn sue 5 38 mcleroy, larry wayne 5 38 mcmahan, darryl duane 391,5 38 mcmasters, mary katherine 333,538.174 mcmickle. gail lucille 329.538 McMillan, jon vernon 331.538 McMillan, susan manly 478 McMILLIAN. ROLAND WAYNE 462 McMULLIN. INGRID KAY 377,421,538 McMILLIAN, ION VERNON 331,538 McMULLIN. INGRID KAY 377.538 McMURPH " ! ' . EDWARD ROBINSON 34 3.5 38 McMURPHY. JOHN EARL III 343.538 McMURPH Y. JOHN STEADMAN 34 3.5 38 McMURPHY. JOHN HAZLEWOOD III 391.413. 478 McMURPHY. RALPH JONES 391,538 McMURTREY. AMY CECELIA 5 38 McNEELY. PATRICIA ANN 377,538 McNEFF. MARY DELANE 401,538 McNEIL, CHARLES EDWARD JR. 343,538 McNEIL, GRETA CHARLENE 538 McNEIL, HARRY RANDALL 538 McNEIL, MAUREEN ANNE 349,538 603 McNeill, michael david 5 8 mcnutt. jaretta goolsby 459 McNeill, linda worth 41,5 8 mcrae, terry sturges «1,5 8 mcree. sandra elaine 301. 17.5 8 mcreynolds. james thomas 538 mcright. stephen harris 478,538 mcshan, rebecca jane 5 38 McVAY, ANITA LOU 317,478 McWATERS, SHEILA GAIL 5 38 MEADOWS, DANNY ONEIL 540 MEADOWS. JENNIFER LYNN 540 MEADOWS. LYNNA TOM 333.540 MEANS. CATHERINE 540 MEANS, WILLIAM EDWARD 540 MEANS. WILLIAM M JR 540 MEDDERS, CAROL ELIZABETH 349 540 MEDDERS, WILLIAM THOMAS 478 MEDWICK, LEE NOEL 540 MEEKS. PATRICIA DALE 401,413 478 MEHAFFEY, LENORA ANN 319,478 MEIER. LEE FREDERICK 385,478.175 MEISSNER. DANIEL MAX 182.337.540 MELIUS, ALICE 448 MELLFN. BOB 4 9 MELODY, EDWARD BRUCE 381,540 MELTON, ELIZABETH ANN 540 MENSING, NORMAN BRANNON 478 MEON, MICHAEL lOHN 359,540 MEON, PATRICIA MARGARET 333,540 MEREDITH. MAR ' i- KATE 478 MERIWFATHER. GORDON KENYON 385 540 MERIWEATHER, JOHN SAMUEL JR, 367.540 MERIWEATHER. WILLIS J. 327,478 449 MERK, E LEE 540 MERKE. JOHN TIMOTHY 3 37.540 MERRIAM. EVELYN ANN 373.540 MERRILL. THOMAS PAUL 369.540 MERRIWEATHER. VERONICA TERESA 478 MESSERSMITH, RUSSELL OLIVER 371.540 METCALFE. WILLIAM LEVAUGHN 540 METRO. JAMES J. 540 METZGER, LEONARD HERBERT 5 0 METZGER. RICK 361,540 MEYER, CHARLES ANDREW 391,540 MEYER, ELLEN ISOLA 3 17,540 MICKELSEN, HOWARD STEVEN 479 MIDDLEBROOKS, DAVID JAMES 337,540 MIDDLETON, HARRISON 540 MIDDLETON. LI ' NN MARIE 32 .54 1 MIDDLETON, MAR-)- KATHI 3-i 1,54 1 MIDGLEY. CHARLES SHEPARD 35 1,541 MIDKIFF, ANN CORNELL 333,541 MIKLOUCTCH, TERRANCE FRANK 391.541 MILAM. DAVID LAWRENCE 541 MILAM, lERRY MITCHELL 337,541 MILES, LAURA JEAN 541 MILHOUS. FRANKLIN LEMUEL 363.541 MILIAM, BEAKIE K 319,541 MILLAR, MELINDA LAURIE 541 MILLER. ANTHONY LEE 6154 1 MILLER. BARBARA HANNA 479 MILLER, BEEBE ELLEN 479 MILLER, BEVERLY ANN 37 3.541 MILLER, DAVID WINSTON 393,541 MILLER, DEMEROUS 29.541 MILLER, FREDERICK JAY 365 5-11 MILLER. GEORGE ANTHONEY 541 MILLER, GREGORY E 541 MILLER. GLENN HOWARD 479 MILLER, JAMES HUGH III 383 541 MILLER, JOHN LEMUEL 541 MILLER, LARRY MELTON 375 541 MILLER, LAURIE KATHLEEN 349 541 MILLER, MARLEY WARD 341,459 MILLER, MAUREEN SUE 479 MILLER, MICHAEL i65.541 MILLER, MICHAEL HOUSTON 541 MILLER, MIKE JOSEPH i47,541 MILLER, NANCY ANN 325,541 MILLER, PAIGE A. 479 MILLER, PEGGY ANNE 373,541 MILLER, RONALD LAMAR 479 MILLER, STEPAHEN DUNCAN i27,541 MILLER, VIRGINIA CAROLYN 541 MILLER, WAYNE GEORGE 459 MILLIAN, TRE 459 MILLNER, VAUGHN 541 MILLS, CHARLENE JOY 541 MILLS. MARTHA FAY 323,541 MILLS. RONALD FORREST 389 541 MILLS, SARAH JOY 5 1 MILSTEAD, BARBARA ANN 317,541 MILTON, MICHAEL JOSEPH 361,541 MILTON, RAY 4 2 MIMS, CARL EDWARD 541 MIMS, EMMA LONELLA 479 MIMS. TROY ONEAL 479 MIMCE, VERNON AUBREY JR. 541 MIMETTE, JANE ROSALYN 339 541 MINOR. JONATHAN ROBERT 54 1 MINOR. REBECCA JANE 479 MINSLOFF, WILLIAM DON 541 MINTER, MARY ANN 541 MINTZ, ANN LOWELL 319,541 MINTZ, DAVID NEAL 541 MITCHELL, DAVID WALLACE 479 MITCHELL. DEWEY DEE 359.541 MITCHELL. DONNA ELIZABETH 317 479 MITCHELL, GEORGE JOHN JR. 397 479 MITCHELL, GEORGE RODNEY 54 1 ' MITCHELL, GUY KENNETH JR 35 1 54 I MITCHELL. NANCY KAYE 355 54l MITCHELL, NED A. 541 423 MITCHELL, RALPH 369,542 MITCHELL, RICHARD 542 MITCHELL, SAMUEL EARL JR 5, MITCHELL. SANDRA JUNE 5,1 MITCHELL, SANDRA SUE 54 MITCHELL, WILLIAM HOUSTON 54 MITCHEM, LINDA CAROLYN 377 542 MIXON. HARRY NELSON 389 542 MIXON, JOHN GORDON JR. 371 542 MIZE, EDNA EARL 542 MOBLEY, GAR ' l ' DOYLE 542 MOBLEY. SHEILA JO ' lCE 542 MOELING. ANN 175 MOELLER, JOHN EARNEST 391,542 MOFFETT, ROBERT PARKER JR. 383,542 MOIR, RA •MOND LEF 71 542 MOLETT. ELIZABETH GRANT 325,542 MONTGOMERY, LARRY CLAY 359.542 MONTGONER ' i ' . lANICE KAY 479 MONTGOMERY, ROBERT MAURICE 351542 MONEY, JOSEPH LEE 542 MONGER, JOHN STEPHEN 542 MONROE, WILLIAM EARL 367.542 MONROE, JOSEPHINE BARBARA 542 MOOD •, ALICE %2S,542 MOOD-I ' , JANE H, 357,542 MOOD ■, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 357 479 MOON, WILLIAM ALLEN 369 542 MOORE, CHERL ' l ' L ANNE 542 MOORE. DEBROAH ELIZABETH 542 MOORE. DONALD PHILLIPS 442 479 MOORE, ELLEN MARIE 542 MOORE. FRANKIE PAULETTE 542 MOORE, GLORIA U. 542 MOORE, HARRIET ZOE 355,479 MOORE, JACKSON WATTS 383.542 MOORE. JAMES DANIEL 459 MOORE, JANE EVELYN 335.542 MOORE. JERR " .- LYNN 335,542 MOORE, JOHN ROBERT 397.542 MOORE. JOSEPHINE 357,479 MOORE. JULIE ANNA 349.542 MOORE. KATHLEEN MAURA 55 3.542 MOORE, KAYE VIRGINIA 349,542 MOORE, LINDA ELAINE 542 MOORE. LINDA FRANCES 377,542 MOORE, LINDA GAIL 401,542 MOORE. LINDA JUNE 323.542 MOORF. MARY EMILY 333,542 MOORE. MARTHA HERRINGTON 353 542 MOORE. MELBA DEE 542 MOORE, NORMA.N LEWIS 361 5 i2 MOORE, OLIVIA lOYCE 542 MOORE, ROBERT 4 38 MOORE, RONALD ALLEN 479 MOORE, ROSA ETT 479 MOORE, SYLVIA ANNE 542 MOORE, SL ' l- ' IA JEAN 479 MOORE, THOMAS F. 389,542 MORAGUES, JANET ELIZABETH 199,377.542 MORIGAN. JEAN MARIE 479 MORGAN. ED 404 MORGAN. ELIZABETH EUGINIA 339.543 MORGAN. ERNEST SPENCER 54 MORGAN, HENRY STRENDORFF JR, 389.54 3 MORGAN, JAMES PERRY 35 1.543 MORGAN. LARR " ! ' WADE 381,434 479 MORGAN, MARTHA IRENE 543 MORGAN, MEREDITH VICTOR 337.543 MORGAN, ODEAN GRIFFIN 459 MORGAN, PAUL THOMAS 337,543 MORGAN, PEGGY L 543 MORGAN, RAY HAMMOND 361,54 3 MORGAN, WILLIAM CLEVE JR, 543 MOHORNEY, DENNIS CHARLES 479 MORPHEW, GARY O. 38 3,479 MORRIS, BURFORD HARRISON 327 543 MORRIS. DONALD JAMES 54 3 MORRIS, GLENDA JOYCE 479 MORRIS, LESLIE HAROLD 479 MORRIS, MAR ' I ' ELIZABETH 193,413 479 MORRIS, NEENA YUVONNE 54 3 MORRIS, RAYMOND DICKEY 54 3 MORRIS. ROBERT WILLIAM 381.543 MORRIS. THOMAS BAUGHN 369.543 MORRISON. LEE E. 393.462 MORRISON. MARTHA ANNE 357,479 MORRISON, SARAH PARTICIA 479 MORROW, JOHN ALBERT 54 3 MORROW, LINDA GAY 479.416 MORROW. MICHAEL S. 479 MORROW, PATRICIA SUE 459 MORROW, PEGGY LYNN 401 MORROW, SYBLE MARIE 479 MORROW, WILLIAM EUGENE 363,479 MORTHLAND. EDITH PLANT 355.543 MORSE. FREDA VIRGINIA 54 3 MORTON, BRUCE EDWARD 327.462 MORTON, CAROL A 543 MORTON, MILDRED REBECCA 317 MOSELY, CHARLES MARK 347 MOSELEY, CHARLES EDGAR 462 MOSELEY, GEORGE RICHARD 479 MOSELEY, JOHN DOUGLAS 479 MOSELEY, MARIAN L 54 3 MOSELEY, WILLIAM GRAHAM 543 MOSS. MARSHALL NORMAN 399 543 MOSS. ROBERT WESLEY 381 54 3 MOYER. DONA lOSEPHINE 54 3 MUZOR. ELENOR IRENE 479 MUGLACH. MICHAEL MAURICE 54 3 MUHLENDORF. DAVID MILTON 399 543 MULLINS, CHARLES HARVEY 67 4 34 479 MULLINS, JAMES H 54 3 MULLINS. lAMES WILLIAM 479 MULLINS. LARRY CHESTER 543 MULLINS, NELDA JEAN S55.543 MULLINS. ROBERT JOHN 363,479 MULLINS, ROGER W 462 MULLINS, SUSAN EDWARDS 479 MULLINS, TON ■ MAC 369,479 MUNSON, CAMILLA MARGARET 377.54 3 MURCH, CHESTER EDWARD III 375 543 MURFEE, HOPSON OWEN 54 3 MURPHREE, lAMES PAUL 543 MLiRPH ' l ' , KAREN BETH 54 3 MURPHY, RICHARD ALLEN 375,543.449 MURPH-l ' . BILL CLIFTON. JR 391,54 3 MURPHW TIMOTH • HUNTER MURRAY, CHRISTINE BURGESS 341,543 MURRAY, JAMES VINCENT III 391 54 3 MURRAY, MARGARET REBEKAH 479 MURRELL, PAUL MERTIUS 375 543 MURRIE, lAMES IRVIN 54 3 MUSE, SYBIL ANN 325,543 MUSICK, JUDY KATHYRN 319.543 MUSSO, LOUIS VINCENT IR. 379.543 MYERS. JOHN E 543 MYERS. LINDA JEAN 543 M ' lERS, PEGGY LYNN 544 MYNES, BEVERLY ANN 544 MYRICK. GLORIA IDELLE 544 N NABORS, JANET CAROLE 544 NABORS, SCOTT RAYMOND 339,462 NADER, lOSEPHINE LOUISE 333 544 NADER. MAR " ) ' HELEN 333.479 NAGLE. DAVID L 95,479 NAGRODZKI, SHIRLEY 480 NAIL, MARY KATHERINE 544 NALL, EDWARD LEE 446,480 NALL, FRED 4 12 NANCE, WILL McCLAIN 385,544 NARPER, SARHA JEAN 480 NAREM, JANICE E. 317,480 NASH, GRAHAM A. 544 NASH, PHYLIS ELLEN 387,544 NASH, ROGER WADE 365.544 NASH, SHARON ANN 341.544 NATTER, KATHY 410 NAUMANN, DAVID WILSON 395,544 NEAL, GEORGE MARION 385,544 NEAL, ROBERT EUGENE JR, 544 NEAL, RONALD THOMAS, JR. 544 NEALE, SHIRLEY 35 3,544 NEAS, GEORGE MARCUS 544 NEELY. CHESLEY BURTON 544 NEELY. JENNIFER LEE 317,544 NEELY. SARAH CATHERINE 480 NEERGAARD, JOHN RUNYAND 459 NEIGHBORS, CLARA ANN 317,544 NELSON, GEORGE AUGUSTUS 327,544 NELSON, JAMES C 319,544 NELSON, JULIA DUNCAN 32 3,544 NELSON, LINDA KATHLEEN 327,544 NELSON, REBECCA LOUISE 3 39.544 NESSMITH. JACKIE ALLEN 435,544 NETTLES. CLEMENT B. 544 NEUGENT, BECKY 317,480 NEWBERRY, ROBERT CARL 369.544 NEWMAN. ANNE MOSS 377.544 NEWMAN. DAVID ROBERT 33 1.544 NEWMAN, DONALD DRENNEN 480 NEWMAN, JOHN THEODORE 480 NEWMAN, LARRY 174 NEWTON, CHARLES 351,462 NEWTON, DEBORAH JEAN 349,544 NEWTON. MICHAEL T 480 NEWTON, MARIAM HOWARD 319,5 44 NICHOLLS, ROBERT WESLEY 544 NICHOLS, GEORGE WASHINGTON 544 NICHOLS, GERALD CANE 480 NICHOLS, JOHN CHRISTOPHER 544 NICHOLS, JUDY ELIZABETH 480 NICHOLS, KATHERINE JACKSON 544,427 NICHOLS, KATHLEEN CLARK 355,544 NICHOLS, NANCY LEOTA 377,544 NICHOLS, WALTER GARY 544 NICHOLSON, HUGH PERCY 462 NICKOLES, EDDIE 42 NICOL, IRENE MARSHALL 357.544 NICORVO. RICHARD EUGENE 480 NIELSON. KNUD 343,544 NILES, WILLIAM G. 544 NIX. ERIC KYLE 377,544 NIXON, BEVERLY JEAN 373,544 NIXON, JOHN HOWARD. JR. 544 NOEL, WILLIAM H. JR 459 NOLAND, MARY KATHLEEN 544 NOLAND, PHIL 4 38 604 NOLEN. CRUISE PATTON 54-1 NOLEN. EGIZABETH MARION 377.544 NOLEN. GEORGE GRAM 367.545 NOLEN. JOHN VNEABLE 545 NOGGIN, MARION DOWNS 319.480 NOONAN. CHARLES E 43,545 NORRIS. MARIA ELENA 545 NORRIS. lAMES ALLEN 438.545 NORRIS. RONALD HARDIN 545 NORRIS. STEPHEN LESLIE 545 NORRIS. RONALD HARDIN 545 NORTHCUTT. CAROLYN R 40 " . 410.456. 480,1 75 NORTHINGTON, LARR ' WAYNE 3 37.545 NORTON. ELEANOR ANNE 545 NORTON. JUDITH SLEDGE 333.480 NORTON. THOMAS EDWARD 380.545 NORVELL. SAMUEL STRUDWICK 351.545 NORWOOD. BETH HUGHSTON 357.45 3.480 NOWLIN. ALICE YANCY 3 39.545 NOYES. MARGARET ELIZABETH 545 NUNN. JAMES EARNEST 367.480 NUNN. JULINA MACK 545 NUNN. SHELIA LINN 317.480 NUNNALLY. LAWRENCE 395.545 NUNNELLEY. JOSEPH McCONNELL 545 O OBEAR. PEGGY LOUISE 545 OBI. JAMES WADIE 480 OBRIEN. JAMES CHRISTOPHER 359.545 OBRIEN. JOHN BOWE 379.545 OBRIEN. MICHAEL ANTHONY 545 OCONNOR. FRANCES ELIZABETH 557,545 OCONNOR. KATHLEEN DAWN 333,545 OCONNOR. PAMELA EAYMONT 317.480 OCONNOR. SUZANNE MARIE 480 OCONNOR. WILLIAM FITTS 363.545 ODEN. RICHARD EUGENE 545 ODOM. HAROLD LEE 545 ODOM. RONALD DAVID 545 ODOM. SUSAN 333.545 ODONNELL. MAUREEN ELIZABETH 545 O DONNELL. MICHAEL RICHARD i91.545 OGBURN. DAVID WINTHROP 378.545 OGLE. THOMAS LAWRENCE 545 OGLESBY. JUDY DIANE 545 OGRADY. PATRICE ROBIN 545 O HEAR. JOHN WALLACE 393,545 OLANDER. CARL WILLIAM, JR 545,417 OLDACRE. BRENDA JOYCE 545 OLENSKY. JOANNE 345.545.427 OLIVE. MARTHA ALICE 480 OLIVER. JUDY K 23,545 OLIVER. PHILLIP DUDLEY 480 OLSZEWSKI. JOHN JOSEPH 369.545 OMAR ' i ' . PHILLIS SIANN 545 O ' NEAL. ANITA MARIE 545 O NEAL. KLEBER MILLER. JR. 545 O NEAL. WILLIAM WORTH 369,480 ONEIL. ELIZABETH JANE 353.545 ONEIL. LYNDA ELIZ, 401.480 O NEILL. JOHN 347.545 ORKIN. THEODORE STANLEY. JR. 399.545 OREAR. BEVERLY ANN 480 OREAR. CAINE 389.545 ORR. BETTY ANN 333.545 ORR. VAN WAYLAND 459 ORTEGA. JESUS ANGEL 459 OSTEEN. BRAMLETT F. 351.545 OSWALT. WILLIAM HOLLIS 359,546 OTT. THOMAS HENRY 389,546 OTTS. RICHARD LEMUEL 343,546 OTTS. SHIRLEY MAC 480 OUZTS. DAVID DUANE 546 OVERSTREET. PAUL ALEXANDER. JR. 546 OVERTON. DEBRA DALE 546 OVERTON. JAMES 432 OVERTON. LIVINGSTON B. JR. 546 OVERTON. SONDRA GAYLE 546 OWEN. CAROLYN ANN 317.546 OWEN. JERRY WAYNE 546 OWEN. PEGGY 333.546 OWEN, PETER WILLIAM 343,546 OWEN. WAYNE 404 OWENS. JACK ALLEN 462 OWSLEY. JOHNNY LEOPARD 430.485 P PACE. SANDRA A 323.480 PACELEY. WILLIAM HERROD 383,480 PADALINE. MICHAEL LEE 546 PAGE. LINDA GAYLE 546 PAGE. MYRON JOSEPH 365,546 PAGEL. LESLIE JEAN 546 PAINTER, THOMAS HAROLD 172,480 PALMER. CAROL ELIZABETH 317,546 PALMER, GENIE B, 546 PALMER, JERRY WAYNE 331,546 PALMER. MADOLYN 329.546 PALMER. PAMELA JANICE 349,546 PALMORE. ROSEANNA LEIGH 546 PANTHER. LOUIS JOSEPH. JR, 327,546 PAPAGEORGE, MARY ELLEN 546 PAPPAS, IRENE MARGARET 480 PARAVINCINI, CAROL ANN 546 PARDEN, STEPHEN RAY 343,546 PARDUE. MELISSA DIANE 349.546 PARDUE. RICHARD MAXWELL 546 PARDUE. STEPHEN CORD 546 PARISH, CHARLES ROBERT, JR 359,546 PARK, WILLIAM McCOY 367,546 PARKER, CLAUDE ERNEST 546 PARKER. DON GREGG 480 PARKER. ERNEST T. 480 PARKER. FRANK S. 546 PARKER. JAMES WESLEY 391.480 PARKER. JOHN WILLIAM 383.462 PARKER, H:DnH KAM M9.5I6 PARKER. VIRGINIA KAYE i5 .546 PARKER. WILLIAM CORBITT. JR 395.546 PARKES. WILLIAM EDWARD 546 PARNELL. CHARLES NICHOLS 397,546 PARNELL, MIKE 446 PARNELL, WILLHELMINA MUCKELRATH 275, 299, 21,4 10,546 PARR, BRENDA JOYCE 546 PARRA, BARBARA DENNICE 564 PARRISH. BARBARA IRENE 546 PARRISH. CHARLES TYRONE 480 PARRISH. DORIS PATRICIA 319.546 PARROTT. SUZANNE 373.546 PARRY. VIRGINIA ANN 546 PARSONS. BETTY 416 PARSONS. CARL PITTMAN 3 31,547 PARSONS, FRANK JOSEPH 480 PARSONS. RUSSELL FRANKLIN 547 PARTESOTTI, LAWRENCE FREDERICK 361.547 PARTIAN. CHARLES C 462 PARTON. HARVEY LEROY 480 PARTON. JAMES RICHARD 480 PARTRIDGE, DAISY HELEN 355,413,547 PARTRIDGE, EDWARD EDDINS 303,480 PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM EDDINS 383,547 PARVIN, ERNEST BURNS 480 PARVIN. KAREN LYNN 401.547 PASS. CAROL ALINE 480 PATE. JANIS CARSON 547 PATE. LOVENIA MARY 481 PATE. NANCY 373.547 PATE. RICHARD FLOYD 343.547 PATE. ROBERT GORDON 481 PATRICK. RAYMOND BRUCE 547 PATTERSON. CARL 430 PATTERSON. DAVID ROBERT 355.547 PATTERSON. EDWIN WAYNE 389.547 PATTERSON. GEORGE WAYNE 547 PATTERSON. HARRIETT ELLEN 345.547 PATTERSON. MARY CHISM 377,413,481 PATTERSON. MICHAEL GLENN 547 PATTERSON. PHILIP LEN 547 PATTON. BILLIE JEAN 547 PATTON. JOHN E, 335,547 PATTON. MARTHA CHARLENE 547 PATTON. PATRICIA ANN 333,547 PATTON, ROBERT 442 PATTON, THOMAS HERBERT 343,481 PATTON, WILLIAM J. 331,547 PAUL. PAMELA ROSE 546 PAYNE. JAHN ROBERT 547 PAYNE. KAROLYN SUSAN 373.546 PAYNE. LORENE LACY 339.546 PAYTON. RICHARD ALLEN 547 PEACOCK. TOMMY WAYNE 389,547 PEAGLER, JACKIE DEAN 547 PEAK, DONNA ALICE 547 PEAK. TERRY CECIL 547 PEARCE. FRANKLIN PATRICK. JR 385.546 PEARCE. MARILYN 319.547 PEARCE. MARTHA SUE 547 PEARCE. ROSEMARY 329,546 PEARCE. SARAH LOU 413.481 PEARSON. BARBARA ANN 547 PEARSON. JAMES ROBERT 547 PEARSON. JANE 54 PEARSON. JOHN RICHMOND 462 PEARSON. MARY COLEMAN 357.547 PEARSON. PATRICIA KAY 547 PEARSON. SAMMY JOE 481 PEARSON. WILLIAM EDWARD, JR 358 PEAT. DAVID MICHAEL 385.547 PEBBLES. JANE FRANKLIN 314,547 PECKMAN. LOIS ANN 459 PEORINO. PETER CARMELLA 547 PEDERSON. ELIZABETH TANG 547 PEEK. MARVIN FLETCHES 481 PEEKS. BARBARA 4l5 PENNINGTON. LAWRENCE HAMILTON 547 PENNINGTON. VADE R ALDRIDGE 361.547 PENTECOST. GERALD GASTON 547 PERKINS. ANN LAVENDER 429,481 PERKINS, CHARLES 462 PERKINS, PAMELA KAY 547 PERKINS, RONNIE LYNN 547 PERRY, BILLY CHARLES 481 PERRY, CHARLES L. 385,547 PERRY, ELIZABETH CHOTARD 355,547 PERRY, GLORIA 547 PERRY, JACQUELYN KING 547 PERRY, KATHERINE ELIZABETH 323,547 PERRY, LEE 481 FERRYMAN. MACK CECIL. JR 481 PERSONS. BENTON HOWARD 5 48 PERSSE. lEFF 4 46 PERSSE. JOHN JEFFERSON 397.548 PETELOS. JOHN NICK 548 PETERS. JOHN JR, 393.548 PEERSON. DREW WARREN 462 PETERSON. JAMES DAVID 481 PETERSON. JOSEPH LEONARD, JR. 462 PETERSON. KAREN ANN 319,548 PETTI. MAFALDA JEAN 548 PETRI. JORDON 323.548 PETRI. lEAN MARIE 323.548.427 PETRI. SHERRI L. 373.548 PETTEY. ROBERT HICKS 385.548 PETTUS. GORDON PETE 393.548 PHIFER. BEVERLY CLARKSON 355,548 PHIFER. KAREN BRYCE 357.548 PHILLIPS. ALVIN HENRY 548 PHILLIPS. ANN RAE 345,548 PHILLIPS, BARRY 404 PHILLIPS. CAROL LENNIA 373.481 PHILLIPS. CHERYL LINDA 548 PHILLIPS. CHRISTINE ANN 401.548 PHILLIPS. DAVID LAMAR 481 PHILLIPS. DOUGLAS EUGENE 3 31.481 PHILLIPS. JANE PALMER 317.481 PHILLIPS. JOE SAM 548 PHILLIPS. JOHN NEWTON 481 PHILLIPS. LINDA JEAN 548.325 PHILLIPS. JOHNNIE 548 PHILLIPS. MARSHA KAY 345,548 PHILLIPS, MARTHA JANE 481,448 PHILLIPS, RANDALL BURT 379,548 PHILLIPS, ROBERT ALLEN 375,462 PHILLIPS, RONNIE 37 1,481 PHILLIPS, ROSALYN ARLENE 357,481 PHILLIPS, SUSAN CLARK 481 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM KENT 351,548 PICAZA, ANITA ESTHER 333.548 PICKETT. EDWARD POOLE 351,549 PICKRON, MARY CELESTE 377,548 PIERCE, LINDA FAYE 548 PIGNATELLO. PETER JAMES 548 PIKE, DANIEL ADOLPHUS 462 PIKE, LEE ELLISON 369,548 PILGRIM, JERRY 141 PINE, WILLIAM EARL 343,548 PIPER, ADMIRAL S 44-? PIRKLE. JUDY CAROL 548 PITTMAN. HENRIETTA 333,481 PITTMAN, MARY EMMA 333,548 PITTMAN, NURBORNE POWELL 399,548 PITTS, ALAN JOSEPH 361.548 PITTS, JILL SUZANNE 548 PITTS, NANCY NEILL 357,548 PLANTAGENET. KAY 548 PLOTT, GILBERT BRADLEY 548 PLOTT, ROBERT GERALD 359,548 PLOTT, WALTER EUGENE 548 PLUMMER, BARBARA BEELAND 355,548 PLUNKETT, JAMES TIMOTHE 548 PLUNKETT, JOSEPH HOYT 548 POELLINITZ 355,431,481 POELLINITZ. LAWRENCE RAYMOND 548 POER, JANET FAYE 5 48 POHL. LOUISE ELLEN 548 POLIZOS. VICTOR GUS 548.417 POLLAN. EUGENE NEIL 548 POLLARD. ELIZABETH HELEN 193.349.481.426. 457 POND, MICHAEL O. 383,548 POOLL. ERNESTINE 446,548 PtKlLl, WILLIAM STITT 347,549 POPE, JOHN QUILLON 430,549 PORCH, CAROLINE DUPRE 357.549 PORTER. JAMES WALLACE. JR, 359.549 PORTER. M BELINA 549 PORTER FIELD. WILLIAM BRUCE 549 PORTNOY. DIANE LEE 387.549 PORTNOY, FREDDA G. 387.481 POSEY, DONNA MARIE 349,549 POSEY, LINDA DIANE 319,439,549 POSEY, SUSAN ANN 401,422,549 POTEAT, BOYD DENA 549 POTTER, ALICE LENORA 325,549 POTTS, MARY CYNTHIA 349,549 POTTS, ROBERT LESLIE 4 32,462 POUNDERS, lOHN NORMAN 549 POW. WILLIAM ALEXANDER 549 POWE, HARRY ALEXANDER 549 POWELL, BRENDA ANN 549 POWELL, CYNTHIA LOVE 327,549 POWELL, DONNA KAY 549 POWELL, LARRY EDWARD 438,549 POWELL, ROBERT KYLE 549,343 POWELL, ROGER WARREN 549 POWELL, VIRGIL COUSINS, JR. 379,481 POWERS, JAMES FRANKLIN, JR. 337,481 PRAHM, CAROLYN GAYLE 481 PRERA, JORGE A 549 PRESCOTT, GERALD F. 481 PRESCOTT, ROBERT DANIEL 377.549 PRESCOTT, RtlBERT KYTLE 247,549 PRESLEY, MEMI REGINA 549 PRESSNELL, PATSY LANE 481 PRESTON, JANE CAMILLE 339,549 PRESTON, MARY DONNA 339,549 PRESTWOOD. JUDITH ALIGIA 549 PREWITT, THERESA ELAINE 549 PRICE, BARBARA RUTH 317,549 PRICE, BEVERLY ANN 355,546 PRICE, KENNETH PABURN 395,438,481 PRICE, lOHN WILLIAM 481 PRICE, PATRICIA ANN 549 605 PRICE, RICHARD HARDING 397.481 PRICE-WILLIAMS. RONALD THRONTON 549 PRICE-WILLIAMS, TIM PAUL 5-49 PRICKETT, DAVID n7 PRICKETT. JOHN MERCER 69.5-i9 PRIDDY, BETT ' NELL 549 PRIEST, ROBERT L, 4.30.481 PRIESTER, JOSEPH BONDS 549 PRINCE, JUDY ANN 481 PRINE, JANET LEIGH 549 PRIOR, SUZANNE 5 i9 PRITCHARD, JUDITH ANN 341,549 PROCTOR, KATHERINE ALINE 325.549 PRUET, ARTHUR WESLEY 331,549 PRUITT, JANET LYNN 549 PRUITT. LYNDA KINSER 349,549 PRYOR, GWENDOLYN 329.481 PUCKETT. SAMUEL DALTON 397.549 PUGH, EMILY A. 401.481 PUGH. HENRY 439 PUGH. ROBERT LIVINGSTON 363.549 PUGH. WILLIAM BARTLETT 397.462 PULLIAM, DAQUIRI DEE 549 PURCELL, DOUGLAS CLARE 481 PURDY, JANIS LEE 319,549 PURVIS. ROBERT JACKSON 389,482 PURYEAR, JO SEARS 333,549 PUTMAN, RONALD MALVERT 549 PYRON, SARAH JOYCE 319,549 PYTHERESS, EUGENE 438 QUACKENBUSH, PETER SCHUYLER 379,482 QUARLES, WILLIAM P. 391,550 QUEDEWEIT, GREGG ALLAN 5 50 QUICK. SARA ELIZABETH 550 QUIGGINS, RICHARD STONE II 550 QUINBY. WILL 4 38 QUINN. CHARLES MICHAEL 550 QUINN, DEBORAH KAY 550 QUINN. EMILY ALANE 550 QUINNEY. DALE E, 550 R RAAB. DONALD EMIL 395.550 RAAB. KATHLEEN DORIS 550 RABON. EDD CARTER 379.550 RABON. ROBERT McQUEEN 550 RABY, SUSIE LOUISE 550 RACHEL, JANNICE CATHERINE 550 RADCLIFF, ROBIN 357,550 RADIN. JANE 345,550 RADISON. FREDERICK JOSEPH 550 RAFALSKY. CELESTE ANN 401.550 RAFFIELD. JONATHAN HENRY 482 RAGSDALE, CAROL WALLER 377 550 RAGSDALE. JAMES FORT 347.550 RAGSDALE, VICKI ELIZABETH 482 RAIFORD. JO ANNE 349,459 RAINER, JOEL MARBURY 383.550 RAINER. WRENN SADIE 355.550 RAINES, CAROL ANN 353,550 RAINES, DAVID STRATTON 337,550 RAINES. JAMES EDWARD 381,482 RAINES, TIM 415 RAINEY, D ROGER 369,550 RAINEY, MYRON DUNCAN 331 550 RAINS. JOSEPH F 85.550 RAKOWSKI. PAUL MATTHEW 315.550 RAKOWSKI, PETER ALEXANDER 315,550 RALEIGH, RICHARD J 69,482 RALLY, CARL HAGOOD 3 37,550 RAMAGE. JAMES TAYLOR III 359 435 482 RAMBEAU, RICHARD GRAY 430 550 RAMBO, WILLIAM GEORGE 361,551 RAMSEY, DAVID 442 RAMSEY, lOEL WARDLAW 381,482 RAMSEY. RUBYE ANNE 550 RANDALL. CECIL GLENN 385.550 RANDLE, JOHN ALAN 397,550 RANDLE, WINSTON HARRY 397,550 RANDMAN. LYDIA CAROL 345.550 RANDOL. SALLY ANN 550 RANDOLPH, HARRISON DEMER 351 550 RANELLI. I C 404 ■ ■ RAST. MARTHA ELIZABETH 355,443,550 RAST, NANCY BURKE 355,550 RATCLIFF, SANDRA JO 550 RAWLINSON, GLENDA LOU 550 RAWLINSON, SANDRA JANICE 410,550 RAWLS. CHARLES ALVA 371,550 RAWLS. SUSAN LYNN 482 RAY. DANNA 319.482 RAY. DAVID B. 397,482 RAY. JANIS 319,550 RAY, JERRY 550 RAY, JIMMIE W. 5 50 RAY, JOHN RICHARD 331,550 RAY, LESLIE ERIC 361.551 RAY. MARY COLQUITT 339.551 RAY. MICHAEL STEPHEN 1 RAY. ROBERT CRAIG 55 1 RAYFIELD, JAMES WILLIAM, JR 69 551 RAYFIELD, LEWIS EDWARD JR 45 9 RAYMON, EDWARD BRIAN 365,482 RAYMON. TERI iS7.55I REAMS, PAUL ELLISON 551 REASOR. KAREN LAVERNE 551 REAVES. RANDOLPH PIERCE 389,551 RECTOR. JUDITH ANN 377,482 REDDING, PATRICIA ANN 2 551 REDING, CURTIS CLEAVELAND 375 482 TIEED, JENNIFER JUNE 32 3,55 1 REED, JOHN RICHARD 551 REED. JUDITH ANN 3 39.551 REED. REBECCA 174,341.482 REED. ROBERT JENNINGS 551 REED. SUELLEN HENRY 416,482 REEDLER, BOBBY WAYNE 359,551 REESE. MARGO 317.551 REESE. DAVID KEITH 337,551 REESE, DONNA LINDSEY 551 REESE, JOHN CROWELL 369.482 REESE. KENNETH C. 315.551 REESE, RICHARD DAVID 399,351 REESE, WILLIAM DEXTER 367,551 REEVES. MAR-l ' LINDA 482 REEVES. PHILLIP GLENN 551 REEVES, RANDALL CURTIS 551 REEVES, RON 447 REEVES. RUSSELL CHESLE ' l ' 55 1 REEVES. SARA KATHRYN 373,551 REICH. ADOLPH PHILLIP 51,551 REICH, KATIE 482 REID, DANIEL BENGE 551 REID, HELEN LOUISE 73,551 REID, JESS LAWRENCE 383,55 1 REID, LAWANA GAY 551 REID, LINDA LOUISE 333,413,433,434,482 REID, LINDA RUTH 551 REID, MARTHA JANICE 349,551 REID. MARTHA PATRICIA 377,551 REILLY. MIKE 404 REINBOLT. BRUCE JAMES 551 REINSCHMIDT. MARY ALICE 357.551 REITMEYER. HARRY ARTHUR. JR, 359.55 1 REMY, ALFREDO 459 RENICK, THOMAS LYNCH 397,459 RENTZ, FREDERICK ANTHONY 482 RENZ, REX WARFIELD 361.551 REVELLE. LINDA AREN 329.551 REYNOLDS. CAROL DALE 551 REYNOLDS. CHARLES STEWART, III 327.482 REYNOLDS. DAVID VICTOR 37y.551 REYNOLDS. JUDY 44 3 REYNOLDS. KENNETH RAY 371.55 1 REYNOLDS. RICHARD LEE 55 1 REYNOLDS. WILLIAM CUMBERLAND 55 1 REZNIK. M. DAVID 365.5 51 RHEA. WILLIAM HENRY 361.551 RHINEHART, DARMON ARTELLE 55 1 RHODES, COLLEY 355,551 RHODES. JOSEPH LOWREY 389.551 RHODES. MARY PATRICIA 551 RIALL. BENJAMIN WILLIAM, JR. 347.551 RICE. GWENDOLYN HESTER 482 RICE. JANICE DIANE 341.552 RICE, LINDA CAROL 325,552 RICE, MARILYN O. 482 RICE. MARY BEVERLY 341,552 RICE. MARY KATRENA 317.55 3 RICE. PEGGY L, 401.552 RICE. SAMUEL DAVID 363,482 RICE. SHIRLEY LEIGH 401,552 RICE. WILLIE E. 552 RICH, PAUL RICE 399,552 RICHARDS, DENNY ANDREW 552 RICHARDS, DAVID LESLIE 552 RICHARDS, NANC ' LOU 552 RICHARDS, STEVE 174 RICHARDS, SUZANNE MARIE 329,552 RICHARDSON. DONNA KAY 353.552 RICHARDSON. NANCY PARSONS 357,582 RICHARDSON. PAT 444 RICHARDSON. RICHARD TAC 582 RICHARDSON, THOMAS BENJAMIN, III 389, 552 RICHARDSON, WILLIAM TRAVIS 367,435,552 RICHBURG, MAX NORMAN 367.462 RICHERSON. LSURA LOUISE 35 3.552 RICHESON. THOMAS STUART 482 RICHTER, BEVERLY ANN 552 RICHWINE. RICHARD DAVIDSON 552 RICKMAN, TOMMY 4 30 RICKS, CANDACE ALICIA 552 RICKS, DORA ANN 323,552 RIDDLE. REBECCA ANN 373,457.482 RIGDON. DAVID TEDRICK 321.552 RIGGAR, JACK 482 RILEY, GEORGE F. 552 RIMALOVER, JAMES A, 482 RINEHART. MARY CAROLYN 482 RJNER, ANITA ARLENE 482 RINGLAND, ADRIAN ALTON III 379,552 RINGLAND, WILLIAM SPENCER 343.552 RIPLEY, MARK ORIN 552 RITCHIE, JAMES McLEAN 359,482 RITTMANN, CATHERINE ELIZABETH 552 RIVES, OLIVIA WOODRUFF 323,413,552 RIZZUTO, MARTHA PALMER 482 ROARK. RANDALL L 389,482 ROBBINS, MARTHA RUTH 339,552,427 ROBBINS, MICHAEL WILLARK 331,552 ROBBINS, RONALD WILLIAM 367.552 ROBERSON. JAMES R. 482 ROBERSON, TOMMY HAROLD 552 ROBERTS, CAROLYN JOYCE 5 82 ROBERTS, EDMUND CLAUDE IR 359 55 ROBERTS. HAYWARD BERNARD 47 482 ROBERTS, JEAN 353,552 ROBERTS. JOE 4 38 ROBERTS. JOHN ALBERT 357,552 ROBERTS. LYNDA INEY 317,552 ROBERTS, MARY EUGENIA 357,552 ROBERTS, PATRICIA ANN 333,552 ROBERTS, R. B, 415,552 ROBERTS, STEVEN M. 397,552 ROBERTS. WILLIAM ALFRED 552 ROBERTS. WILLIAM MARION 385,552 ROBERTS. WILLIAM MICHAEL 397.552 ROBERTSON, BRENDA 429 ROBERTSON. CAROL ANN 55 3 ROBERTSON. CHARLIE 55 3 ROBERTSON, DAVID LOHRNE 391,482 ROBERTSON, ELIZABETH RICHARDS 355 482 ROBERTSON, JOHN C- JR, 351,55 3 ROBERTSON, LINDA GAIL 319,482 ROBERTSON. MYRON KEITH 48 ROBERTSON. PATRICIA JANE 55 3 ROBERTSON. SANDRA LYNN 377.55 3 ROBICHAND. MICHAEL JAMES 553 ROBINSON, BARBARA F, 55 3 ROBINSON, BARBARA JEAN 483 ROBINSON, CHARLES GRIGG 383,462 ROBINSON. CLARENCE ELMER 553 ROBINSON. CLAUDIA ANNE 141,283.294,553 ROBINSON, CORNELIA KAY 55 3 ROBINSON, DALE ODOM 381,553 ROBINSON, DANA 444 ROBINSON. GLENN CLARKE 48 3 ROBINSON. JAMES ALMO, II 343,55 3 ROBINSON. lAMES C 389,55 3 ROBINSON. LARRY 447.175 ROBINSON. MICHAEL ALAN 359,553 ROBINSON, PATRICIA JO 373,553 ROBINSON. RITA ANN 333.55 3 ROBINSON. RODNEY MICHAEL 381,553 ROBINSON, ROSEMARY 553 ROBINSON, SUSAN ELAINE 553 ROBINSON, THOMAS REED 383,55 3 ROBINSON, WARREN GLENN 55 3 ROBISON, BRENDA DIANNE 553 RODABAUGH, KAY LAUREN 483 RODEN, BOBBY BRYAN 367.553 RODENBERRY, NITA ANN 377,413.553 RODGERS, KEN 408.457 RODGERS. NORMA SIDNEY 339.553 RODGERS, BRENDA JOYCE 174,193.414,416.483 ROGERS. ALEXANDRIA 401,553 ROGERS, CHARLOTTE GAIL 483 ROGERS, DEBRA ANNE 553 ROGERS, DIANNE ROBERTA 323,553 ROGERS. ELIZABETH B 323.553 ROGERS. GAIL SHANNON 357.483 ROGERS, MARY ELIZABETH 3 39,55 3 ROGERS, NELLA CARTER 339.553 ROGERS. NICHOLAS SEWALL 351.55 3 ROGERS. PEGGY J, 55 3 ROGERS, RUTH COULBOURN 323,55 3 ROGERS, STEPHEN CLAYTON 383,553 ROGERS, WALTER DOUGLAS JR, 45 9 ROLLINS. RITA E 55 3 ROMANO, DONALD M, 359 553 ROMICK. CYNTHIA STEELE 35 3.553 ROOD, HAMMOND 4 38 ROPER. DOUGLAS CLINTON 397.553 ROQUEMORE. PERRY CRAWFORD 553 ROSBOROUGH. WARREN A, III 3 15,553 ROSE. BETTY JEAN 55 3 ROSE. CATHERINE JOAN 55 3 ROSEN, HANNA JOYCE 345,553 ROSENBAUM, ROBERT RAYMOND 365,5 5 3 ROSENFIELD, ILENE FAY 429,483 ROSENZEIG. CHER YE 48 3 ROSNER, JANE STARK 387.410.553 ROSS. ALAN BUNKER 55 3 ROSS, ELLEN GAY 387,55 3 ROSS, EMMET SHERMAN 55 3 ROSS, PHILLIP RODNEY 361,553 ROSS. STEPHEN LOWELL 553 ROSS. WILLIAM HALE 347.483 ROSSON. ROBERT DEWITT 55 3 ROTHSTEIN. LARRY MICHAEL 365.553 ROTON. RAYMOND LANIER 383.553 ROUSE. PARUL MASON 369,5 5 3 ROUSH. LOIS BETH 387,5 5 3 ROUSSO, SUE ANN 345,55 3 ROUSSO, SOLOMON MORRIS 365,5 5 3 ROWE, MARY GAIL 55 3 ROWELL, DONALD HOOGE 363,553 ROWLAND, CLAUDIA MARIE 553 ROWLAND, HUGH PHILLIP 483 RUCKS, MARTHA LYNN 553 RUDD. MARY ANN 301.317.553 RUDD. JAMES GEORGE 483 RUDDER. MICHAEL THOMAS 363,554 RUDNICK. MARTIN RICHARD 365.483 RUCOLPH. FRANCES VIVIAN 377.554 RUMLEY. MARGARET ELIZABETH 554 RUMORE. DONNA JO 554 RUMORE. TERRY LEON 554 RUSH. BEVERLY SUE 401.5 54 RUSH, JANETTE LYNN 282,295,377,554 RUSHING. MARION DAVIS III 381.483 RUSHING. REBECCA KAY 319.554 606 RUSS. RICHARD PEARCE 399,483 RUSSELL. DAVID CALDWELL 351.554 RUSSELL. DEBORAH SUE 323.554 RUSSELL. DEXTER A 554 RUSSELL, GEORGE LARRY 554 RUSSELL, JAMES ALEX 483 RUSSELL, JOHN FRANK 462 RUSSELL, RALPH TIMOTHY 381.554 RUSSELL, RODNEY DON 5 54 RUSSELL, RONALD MARK 554 RUSSELL, SAMUEL LEE 4 12,554 RUSSELL, STEPHEN VIRGIL 361,554 RUSSELL, SUSAN ANNA 554 RUSSELL, TIM 435 RLITH, ELIZABETH FRANKLIN 366,554 RUTLAND. LOUIS COOPER 462 RUTLEDGE. RONALD ALLEN 393,554 RUTLEDGE, THOMAS LEE 48 3 RUZ1CK.A, DIANNE DLIZABETH 483 R-i ' AN, LINDA DARNELL 554 RYAN, RHONWYN KEITH 554 RYE, REBA 554 RYMER. THOMAS MICHAEL 351.554 SAAD. GEORGE N, 5 54 SABO, SUELLEN 554 SADLER, JAMES RONALD 554 SAHBA, YVONNE 18. SAIK, PATRICIA ELIZABETH 437,554,454,407 SALIBA, YVONNE MICHELLE 554 SALLA. TRISHA GEAN 323,554 SALLOWAY, RONALD GLENN 399,544 SALMON, HERBERT SPENCER 554 SALNERS, LINDA LEE 477,554 SALTER, ALICE 401,354 SALTER, CHESTER LEON. JR. 371.554 SALTER. REBECCA JAYNE 554 SAMOSES. ALVIN 404 SAMUEL. T. LESLIE 383,554 SANDERS, LAVERAL THERESA 276,337,410,554 SANDERS, LEMUEL MOYE 363,554 SANDERS, SAUIE MARIE 355,554 SANDERS, SUSAN EVELYN 401.554 SANDLIN. CHARLOTTE MARROW 554 SANDLIN. LINDA CAROL 554 SANDLIN. PAMELA 554 SANDLIN. STEVEN MARSH 327.554 SANFORD, LENORA KELLEY 357.554 SANEORD. SHARON LEE 401,554 SARGENT. SUSAN A 554 SARTAIN, NINA LOU 554 SASAKI. AUGUSTO 554 SATKUS, THOMAS MATTHEW 554 SATTERFIELD, CECIL EDWIN 5 54 SATTERFIELD, CHARLES EDWARD 554 SATTERFIELD, DONNA PATRICIA 377,554 SAUER, MARY MICHAEL 323,554 SAULS, SHARON ANN 317,554 SAUNDERS. JOHN M. 357.554 SAVAGE. BETSY ANN 339,554 SAVAGE. GENEVA 554 SAWYER. AMANDA ANNE 323,410,554 SAWYER, CHARLOTTE DESSE 319.555 SAWYER. SARA JO 555 SAWYER, TONI JEAN 555 SAXON, JOHN DAVID 415,555 SAXON, KERNEY WARD 369,555 SAXON, JOSEPH 555 SAXTON. JAMES MOORE 357.555 SCAIFE. CAROLYN 555 SCAIFE. JAMES GUY 397.555 SCALES. JOHN RICHARD 555 SCANNELLY. SAMUEL JOSEPH 555 SCARBOROUGH. LINDA CAROL 317.555 SCARBOROUGH. NANCY MARGRET 353.555 SCHAFFELD. ELIZABETH LEWIS 555 SCHAFFER. ALICE FITZGERALD 555 SCHAFFER. LINDA CAROL 345.555 SCHAPIRO. STEVEN ALAN 321.555 SCHATZ. CLARK TERRELL 555 SCHELL, ANNE PATTON 333.555 SCHE. ROBERT EDWARD 359.5 55 SCHIBANI. ALBERT JOSEPH 462 SCHILLACl. BEN JOSEPH 555 SCHNEIDER. RAYMOND WILLIAM 365 SCHNELL, LINDA RAE 401.555 SCHULTZ. SANDRA EARLE 323,439 SCHULWOLF. LYNN NACE 365,555 SCHUSTER, FRANK KENNETH 383,459 SCHWARTZ, HARRIET SUE 387,555 SCHIVLEY. DALE THOMAS 359,555 SCOGIN, MARY KATHRYN 555 SCOKEL, BEN 555 SCONYERS, JANICE DIANE 555 SCONYERS, SHARON LEA 555 SCOTT, HENRY ELDEN 343,555 SCOTT. JULIAN HARRIS 385.555 SCOTT. KATHRIN ANNE 555 SCOTT, KAYRON LEE 555 SCOTT. RAYMOND LARRY 359.555 SCOTT. ROBERT LOUIS 4 35,555 SCOTT, SHARON LOUISE 35 3 SCROGGINS, BILLY 404 SCRUGGS, JUDITH ANN 5 55 SCRUGGS, SHARON PAULETTE 555 SEABURY. JOHN ALAN 555 SEAL. ROBERT M. 462 SEALE. JIM 4 32 SEALY. A. JUDSON 462 SEALY, BRENDA ADELE 555 SEARCY, lOHN EDWIN 555 SEARCY, KA " ! ' 555 SEARCY, MARGARET TYLER 319,555 SEARCY, MARTIN VAN 359,555 SEARS, KATHT ANN 387.555 SEAVER. JAMES MICHAEL 385 SEAY, LARRY KEITH 555 SEDWICK, SARA COLEN 555 SEGLER. JULIEN 555 SEGREST. ANTHONY T. 389.555 SEGREST. lAMES M 3 37.555 SEIDEL. MARGARET E. 329,555 SEIF. SHARON DIANNE 555 SEIFERT. WILLIAM ROSS 389.555 SEITHALLI, ALl 555 SELF, DIEDRE ANN 401 SELF, LEE VANN 371.459 SELLERS, CLARENCE W. 555 SELLERS. EDWIN LEIGH 381.555 SELLERS, MARY EILEEN 357,483 SELLERS, NONA JOYCE 555 SELLERS, SUE ELLEN 401,565 SELMAN, MARGARET ANN 35 3,465 SENIEZ, GEORGE 483.565 SENNA, HOWARD BROWN 565 SENTZ, DOROTHY ANN 565 SEREIN, ADOLPH T. 393,483 SERRANO. RAOPH. JR 521 SESSl, ANTHOXI ' W 337,65,423 SESSIONS. LEWE FRANK, III 359,521 SESSIONS, RICHARD C 465 SEVIN, RONALD C 459 SEYMOUR, ROBERT ALAN 389.555 SHADDIX, RONALD EDWARD 479.521 SHAFFER. ALICE MAY 521 SHAFFER. MICHAEL JAN 465 SHAFTMAN. FREDRICK KRISCH 399.65 SHANER. DAVID 442 SHANKS, EMMALEE 377,465 SHANKS, LINDA EVELYN 521 SHANNON, CONNIE MARILYN 521 SHANNON, JAMES 327,556 SHANNON, MANA ANN 357,521 SHARPLESS, CARLTON PHILLIP 556 SHAVER. SUSIE DEMENT 3 39.5 21 SHAW. lOHN CONNOR 363.521 SHAW. LAURA ELIZABETH 556 SHAW. ROBERTA FOX 333.556 SHEEHAN. THOMAS HOSKINS 327.556 SHEERS. BENIAMIN EARL 521 SHEETS. BEN 4 35 SHEFFIELD. PAULA RUTH 556 SHEHEANE. MICHAEL WAYNE 347.521,175 SHELLEM, CHRISTOPHER PAUL 556 SHELLEY, WENDY 556 SHELTON, STANLEY WAYNE 556 SHEMPER, SAM 465,556 SHEPARD. MICHELLE FRANCES 484 SHEPHERD, DONALD MARTIN 556 SHERER, CARL DOUGLAS 556 SHERER, MARTHA ELETTE 317,484 SHERER, DALE 439,556 SHERIDAN, STEVEN RICHARD 365,556 SHERMAN, AMELIA 184 SHERMAN, SARAH ANN 323,556 SHERRER, JAMES HILTON 484 SHERRER, lAMES HOMER 556 SHERRILL, FRANCES MARION 323,556 SHERRILL, RICHARD BYRD, JR. 484 SHEVIN. STUART MORRIS 556 SHEWMAKE, LYNN ABERNATHY 556 SHIELD, LINDA KAY 349,426,484 SHIELDS, CLARK RICHARD 556 SHIELDS, PETER 3S1.556 SHILAND, RONALD MARK 399,556 SHILLINGBURG. GAYLE ANN 353,556 SHIMODA, SUE HARMI 377,556 SHINBAUM, RICHARD DAVID 365,556 SHIPLEY, MICHAEL JAY 556 SHIPP, BERTIS NOLAN 556 SHIRLEY, DIANE 556 SHIRLEY, PAULETTE 484 SHIRLEY. POLLY 323.556 SHIVERS. JANE MARGARET 484 SHOCKLY. STEVEN BRUCE 141,335.556 SHOOK. BURTON SHERWOOD 43 " ' .556 SHOPE. MARY NEAL 556 SHORT. WILLIAM AMOS. JR. 462 SHOULTS. RICHARD WAYNE 556 SHUGART, ANDREW C. 484 SHUGART. L " l ' NNE 556 SHUGART. SARAH RUTH 556 SHULMAN. WILLIAM STANLEY 556 SHUMAKER. KARL THOMAS 484 SHURETT. VIRGINIA DINDLEY 556 SIDES. IDA MARGARET 484 SIDES. LAWRENCE GROGAN 5 56 SIEGEL. LANE 415,556 SIGMAN, GEORGE LAWRENCE 556 SIKES, MARGARET ELLEN 357,557 SILBERDRAUS, STUART FOSTER 365.557 SILLS. ELAINE B 192.193.345.557 SILVERMAN. JANE ELLEN 387.484 SILVERSTEIN. TERESA TAMM 193.345.557 SIMMONS. ALBERT HASTON 383.484 SIMMONS, BARBARA 448 SIMON, JESSE MORRIS 557 SIMONETTI, ANDREW JOSEPH 557 SIMPKINS, PAULA DEANE 355,557 SIMPSON, ANTHONY RONALD 557 SIMPSON, CAROL LYNNE 557 SIMPSON, CONNIE ANN 557 SIMPSON, EARL CLARDSON, JR, 557 SIMPSON, PAUL WAYMON 557 SIMPSON, ROSEMARY 3 49,557 SIMPSON, SHEILA 484 SIMPSON, STEVEN W. 557 SIMS, BOBBY WA-l ' NE 381.484 SIMS, BARBARA DIANE 377,557 SIMS, CLARA JEAN 557 SIMS, DANIEL BENJAMIN, II 397,484 SIMS, DEANE 439 SIMS. DURWOOD LAUOM 484 SIMS, GROVER WILLIAM 557 SIMS, JOHN WARREN 46 .4 45.55 " SIMS, JUDITH ANN 55 " SIMS, SHERRY 317.55 SIMS, SUSAN 439.557 SIMS. SUSAN LA N ELL 317.557 SINCLAIR. JOHN R. 557 SINGLETON, lAMES MICHAEL 557 SINGLEY. ALICE 425, 5 " - SINIARD. SUSAN GWEN 317.557 SIRMON. RICHARD SPENCER 557 SISSON. OLEN 4 48 SITZ. SUE ELLEN 425.557 SIZEMORE. JAMES DANIEL 379.557 SKELTON. CHARLOTTE COATS 333,557 SKELTON. LEONARD CLIFTON. JR. 359.557 SKIDMORE. ROBERT MONTGOMERY 436.484 SKINNER, CYN M. 4 4 4,557 SKIPPER. NANCY HOLT 401,557 SKIPPER. RICHARD KNOX 385,557 SKIPPER, SARAH ROBERTS 401,557 SKIPPER, SUSAN PAMELA 557 SLATSKY, SUSAN LOUISE 557 SLAUGHTER, CAROL ANN 557 SLAUGHTER, CAROLYN SUE 373,557 SLAUGHTER, CLAUDIA LOUISE 557 SLAUGHTER. CHRISTOPHER JAMES 557 SLAUGHTER. ROBERT DAVID 557 SLAUGHTER. ROBERT LEON 367.557 SLAYTON. MARION SYLVESTER 462 SLEDGE. JAMES JOHNSON 557 SLEDGE. ROBERT CLARK 343.557 SLIGH. TERRILL ANDREW 557 SLITZ. FRANK WILLIAM 557 SLOAN. SUSANNE 441.557 SLONECKI. JAMES JOHN 557 SMALL. JAMES L. 484 SMALLEY. DAVID 4 48 SMALLEY. JOHNNY TUCKER 557 SMALLEY. REBECCA 442.558 SMALLMAN. RALPH A. 558 SMALLWOOD. ROBERT WAYNE 558 SMITH. ALICE CONSTANCE 401,558 SMITH. ALICE RUTH 317.557 SMITH. ANN LINING 329.558 SMITH. ANNE GERMAINE 373.558 SMITH, ANNE PARRISH 319,558 SMITH, APRIL MERLE 484 SMITH, BEVERLY ANN 558 SMITH, BRENDA FA YE 484 SMITH, BRIAN JACKSON 379.558 SMITH, CAROL DEAN 558 SMITH, CAROLYN ESTRID 558 SMITH, CHERYL ANN 333,558 SMITH, CONNIE 323,558 SMITH, CONRAD LEO 558 SMITH, CYNTHIA ADELE 353,558 SMITH, DAN ' O 141,389,558 SMITH, DAVID MICHAEL 385,558 SMITH. DEWEY 558 SMITH. ELIZABETH ANN 459 SMITH. ELIZABETH INEZ 558 SMITH. EUGENE THOMAS 484 SMITH. FRANCES LESTER SMITH. FRANK RUTHERFORD 343.558 SMITH. FRED WARREN 391.558 SMITH. GLENN WARREN 427,558 SMITH. JASPER LEROY. IV 484 SMITH. JERRY NIXON 395.484 SMITH. JOAN METHYL 443.558 SMITH. JOHN TERENCE 558 SMITH. lUDITH KAREN 377.558 . SMITH. KAREN (16 SMITH. KAY ELIZABETH 373.558 SMITH. KENNETH LARRY 415.484 SMITH. KIPLING CRAIG 558 SMITH. MARK WILLIAM 399.558 SMITH. MARTHA LYNNE 339.558 SMITH. MARY LYNNE 319,484 SMITH, MARY V 558 SMITH, MICKIE 341,558 SMITH, NANCY DALE 484 SMITH, NAOMI SUE 186,558 SMITH, PAGE NORTON 484 SMITH, PAMELA CECILE 349,408.413.434.452 SMITH. PATRICIA CAROLE 349.558 SMITH. PATRICIA JANET 349.558 SMITH. PAUL THORNTON 381.458.558 SMITH. PHILIP HAROLD 389.558 SMITH. PHYLLIS RUTH 333.558 607 SMITH. RICHARD LEE 558 SMITH. RILEY BOYKIN 343.558 SMITH. ROBERT ALAN 359.432.558 SMITH. ROBERT CREW 558 SMITH, ROBERT WILLIAM SMITH. S CRAIG 359.558 SMITH. SARAH ANGELINE 558 SMITH. SHARON KAY 558 SMITH. SUE ELLEN 558 SMITH, THOMAS JA ■ 379,558 SMITH. VIRGIL TRUMAN SMITH. VIRGINIA CLEAR ' l ' 558 SMITH. WILLIAM ASHLEY i62 SMITH. WILLIAM BIRGE III 559 SMITHSON. KATHERINE lANE il 7.559 SNEAD. BONNIE K. 559 SNEAD. HARTWELL PAUL 559 SNEAD, KARLA DEAN 559 SNEAD, PAMELA RUTH 341 SNELL, LENORA ELIZABETH 559 SNELL, WILLIAM ROBERT 459 SNIDER, KATHERINE LOUISE 559 SNIDER, PATRICIA ANN 559 SNIPES, BELTON YVONNE 559 SNOW, CAREY RANDALL 559 SNOW. CHERYL ANN 345,559 SNOW, SALLY LEE 377.559 SNOWDEN. JAMES ELLIOTT JR. 559 SNYDER. DEAN ATLEE 383.559 SNYDER, SHARON 3 3,559 SNYDER. SUSAN DIANE 341.559 SOCKWELL. MARILYN HERMINE 55 ' ) SOKAL, HOWARD IRVING 65,559 SOLOMAN, DA ' in ALLEN 6 ' i. 5i) SOLOMAN. MARK HARRIS 365,559 SOLOMANS, ELLA K 183,199,387.4 10,559 SOUTH, JOSEPH CLEVELAND 367,559 SOUTHERLL, SYLVIA DIANE 319.559 SOUTHWELL, DIANE 448 SOWELL, MARTHA JEAN 559 SPANGLER, lANICE MALETA 325,559 SPARKMAN, MICHAEL EDWARD 385,559 SPARKS, CHARLES LARRY 559 SPARKS, JUDITH COLLIER 323,559 SPARKS, MICHAEL DAVIS 559.423 SPARKS, SAMUEL ROY 389.559 SPEAKE, VIKKI L-l ' NN 298,317.559 SPEED. JOSEPH B JR 337,559 SPEEGLE, SANDRA JEAN SPEEGLE. SHERRI JULL 559 SPENCER, DOLORES ANN 325.559 SPENCER, GARY HOLLAN 359,559 SPENCER, DOUG 1 32 SPENCER. MICHAEL ARTHUR i3().55y SPENCER. NANCY L 4()1.55 ) SPENCER, lAMES I 554 SPENCER, MICHAEL ARTHUR 4 30.559 SPENCER, NANCY L, 401.559 SPICELAND. EUARUS COPELAND 81.485 SPIDLE. MARGARET GRISWOLD 559 SPIEGEL, JUDITH L 377,559 SPIGHT, BARBARA ANNE 355.559 SPIVEY. BEVERLY SUE 353.559 SPIVEY. HENRY 175 SPIVEY. MARSHA JEANNE 317,559 SPORNA. lOANNA F 559 SPOTTSWOOD. CLAUDIA SHIELDS .559 SPINGFIELD. CLAUDE HARRISON, III 363.385 SQUITIERI. LINDA CHRIS 5 1X5 SQUITIERI SL SAN R 2 " i ; ; V) SPRATLING. BENJAMIN BARNETT. Ill 367.462 SPRATLING. GA ' iLE MARKS 459 SPRINGER. CHARLES T 559 STAAB. DAVID ILLSLEY 559 STAGG. lAMES BURNELL 485 STAHL, KEN 1 12 STAKES. JOHN FREDRICK 369,485 STALLINGS. LINDA HELEN 329.559 STALLWORTH. ELINOR BOLLING 359.559 STALLWORTH. FRANCES RENEE 560 STALLWORTH, ROBERT M 459 STALLWORTH, WILLIAM HENRY 5 60 STANBERRY. IUD • LYNNE 37 3,560 STANDRIDGE. lAMES C1TTO 369,560 STANKARD. LORETTA JEANNE 401,560 STANLEY, ANDREA LOUISE 560 STANLEY, CYNTHIA REINHART 485 STANSELL, ELLA MAE 485 STANTON, IRENE LINDA 561 STAPLES, FREIDA ELAINE 3 39,560 STAPLES, ELORIA JEANIE 560 STARK, JUDY 429 STARLING, CORAL BONNIE 560 STARLING, ROBERT JAMES 347,485 STARLING, SHELBY LAMAR 485 STARNES, NANCY LEE 560 STARNES, WILLIAM STANCIL 327.485 STEELE. MICHAEL WREN 560 STEELE. NANETTE PECK 437.560 STEELE. ROBERT LAVERT 435.485 STEELE, RONALD PAUL 438,560 STEELE, SANDRA JEAN 560 STEELE, TERRY DON 560 STEIGERWALD, SARAJANE 341,560 STEIN, GREGOR-l ' BRENT 560 STEIN, JUDITH SHERYL 345,560 STEIN, MICHAEL L, 365,560 STEINBERG, BARBARA BETH 387,485 STEINDORFF, GIL 560 STEINER, EDWARD CHARLES 351.560 STEINFORTH. DEBORAH LEE 560 STENTZ. DOTTIE 427 STEPHENS. lULIA LEE 387,485 STEPHENS. MARK ALAN 5 60 STEPHENS. MARY JULIE 377.560 STEPHENS. RENEE 560 STEPHENS. WILLIAM CARL 485 STEPHENSON. RONALD WILLS 560 STEPHENSON. FRANKLIN HICKS 560 STERGIADES. ANDREW LYTLE 5 60 STERN. AMELIA 3 ,5. 560 STERN. PETER JOHN 365,560 STEVENS, ALAN DAVID 560 STEVENS, JOHN HOWELL 560 STEVENSON. JANET AMY 560 STEWARD. BENN ' i ' JR 331,560 STEWART, ANITA 560 STEWART. DAVID MICHAEL 560 STEWART. DONALD WAYNE 462 STEWART. FERRIS M. 485 STEWART. JASPER BLAIR 500 STEWART, JERRY LYNN 331.560 STEWART. IL ' LIA BLANCHE 401.-485 STEWART. KENNETH W 485 STEWART. LINDA MARIE 3-4 1 .4 34,485 STEWART, MARGARET ANN 560 STEWART, MARY KAY 357,485 STEWART, PATRICIA ANN 560 STEW ARE. PEGGY DIANE 560 STEWART. ROBERT 418 STEWART. SARAH ANN 432.174.560 STEWART, TEDDY LEE 485 STEWART, WILLIAM. IR, 560 STILL, HARRY NOEL 395.4 35.485 STILL, ED IS I STILLMAN, LEWIS VAN 365,560 STILSON, CHARLES MICHAEL 485 STILLWELL, WAITSELL SHAWN 397.560 STIMPSON, FREDRICK TAYLOR 3 11, 560 STINNETT, SHELIA ANN 9.560 STINSON, DIANE ELIZABETH 560 STINSON, WILLIAM JUDSON 91,561 STOCKHAM, JAMES MILTON 359.561 STOCKS. TOMMY JOE 485 STOKES. DAVID LAMAR 381,561 STOKES. NIKKI GA " ! ' 3 7.485 STOKES. WENDELL FIRESON 561 STONE, FRANCES JEAN 45y STONE. JOSEPH RONALD 395,561 STONE, JUDITH IDA 40.561 STONE, LAURIE BANKS 339,561 STONE, NANCY DICKSON 339.561 STONE. SANDRA YVONNE 319,561 STOVALL, JOHN JR. 385,561 STOW ' E, ELEANOR 357,561 STRAIN, MAR ' JANE 323,561 STRAIN, PATRICIA 355,561 STRAIT. HEATHER LEIGH 333.485 STRATTON, CLARA REGINA 561 STRAUSSER, GREGORY BYRON 561 STRAWBRIDGE, NEWMAN 171 STREED, SVEN VICTOR 561 STREET, ROBERT DOUGLAS 385,485 STREIT, GEORGE RUSSELL 379,561 STRICKLAND, DOROTHY JEAN 561 STRICKLAND, ELIZABETH FLOY 341.485 STRICKLAND. KENNETH PRESTON 561 STRICKLAND, MARTHA JO iI7,561 STRICKLAND. MARTIN CRAIG 381.561 STRICKLAND. MAR ' l ' RUTH 317,561 STRICKLEN, JOSEPHINE McKENNEY 459 STRICKLEN, Jl ' D ' GAIL i59 STRICKLEN, SARA MELINDA 561 STRONG, DOLARES ANN 561 STUBBS, KATHERN GAYLE 561 STURRIDI. KATHLEEN VIRGINIS 561 STUKEY. DONNIE RAY 561 STUCKE1 ' . NANCY IRENE 561 STURGIS. LINDA LOIS 561 STUTTS. DAVID HUGH 561 SUBA. DAVID WILLIAM 39 56I SUITS. STEVE 1 4.4l SUITTS. THOMAS BYRON 373,561 SUKIENNIK, BARBARA JANE 373,561 SULLIVAN, AVONELL 561 SULLIVAN, Cl ' NTHIA MARY 349,413 SULLIVAN, EDWIN HOKE 327,561 SULLIVAN, JEAN LOUISE 357,561 SULLIVAN. JERRIE THORNTON 459,561 SULLIVAN. LISA ANN 329.561 SULLIVAN. PEGGY KING 561 SULLIVAN. RICHARD 175 SULLIVAN. THOMAS C 561 SULLIVAN. THOMAS JEFFERSON 561 SUMMERS. KAREN ANN 561 SUMMERS, MELODY LEE 561 SUMNER, BRENDA CAROL 561 SUMNER, JAMES, JR 561 SUMNERS, REBECCA SUE 561 SURTEES, GEORGE THOMAS 361,561 SUSMAN, EILEEN GAIL 345 SUSMAN, WILLIAM JULIAN 365.561 SUSSKY. MARGARET ANN 3 3 3.561 SUTHERLAND. GREGG WINCENT 561 SUTTON. DONNIE 404 SUTTON. MIKE 454 SWAFFORD. RONALD LEONARD 561 SWAFFORD. ROBERT 404 SWANZY. JOHN B 361.561 SWANN. WILLIAM 379.561 SWANNER. SANDRA REBECCA 561 SWANSON. JAN KATHERINE 561 SWEARINGEN. ROBERT GLEN 561 SWEENEY. ROBERT 4 32 SWEENEY, TANDY ANN 357,561 SWIAGEK, MARK JOHN 3 37 SWIFT. WILLIAM LEE 562 SWINDALL. SHARON LESLIE SWINDELL. ROBERT DAVID SYKES, THOMAS EARL SYLTIE. ANN CLAIRE 317 SYLTIE. DAVIE OWEN 562 SYMMS. MICHAEL SIGMAN SYNGLE. DHUM VIR 562 182,385 391 TAGERT, CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA 459 TALERO, ELSA LEONOR 459 TALIAFERRO, BOBBY DALE 562 TALIAFERRO, RICHARD HENRY 562,343 TALL, KATHLEEN M 562, 29 TALLEY, ELIZABETH MARIE 562 TANNER, GORDON OWEN 562,397 TANT, MYRA GLEE 562 TARWATER, DANNY H 562 TATE. DIANE 562,377 TATE, FORREST OVERTON, IR 562,347 TATE, JAMES BENJAMIN 562 TATE, JUDY ANN 5 62 TATE, LENA ELIZABETH 562. i55 TATE. MARGARET STEWART 19 562,377 TATE, MARY TODD 562,377 TATE. MARY ANN 5 62.3 39 TATE. PATRICIA CAROLYN 562.317 TATE. WILLIAM EDWARD 562 TATLM. COLC3NEL DAVID 5 62 TAYLOR. UARR WA " lNE i59 TAYLOR. BERT PITTMAN 562,385 TAYLOR, BETTY ANN 562 TAYLOR. CONSTANCE JANIE 291,485,405 TAYLOR, DEBORAH JEANNE 562 TAYLOR. DONNA GLYNN 562 TAYLOR. ELIZABETH ANN 562,341 TAYLOR, ELIZABETH TERRY 486 TA ' i ' LOR, lAMES FORREST 562,359 TA ' l ' LOR. lAMES MARCUS 562,379 TAYLOR, MARY ELAINE 562 TAYLOR, MYRA ELLEN 562 TAYLOR, NANCY ROGERS 486 TAYLOR. RALPH LEE 459 TAYLOR. RICHARD SCOTT 4 3 1,562.379 TAYLOR, RICK ' I- LANE 562.3 9 TAYLOR. SUSAN TONICA 562 TEAGUE. JOE MORGAN 562 TEAGUE. MARY CLYDE 562 TEAL. MICHAEL STUART 562,381 TEEL, JOHN RICHARD 562,367 TEEVES, RUSSELL 42 3 TEICHMILLER, ROBERT JEROME 486 TEMPLIN, JIM 4l2 TENINBAUM. LEONARD MAX 562,365 TENINBAUM, PHILLIP LOUIS 486 TENNANT, WILLIAM JON 432,435,486 TENNYSON, TOMMIE DEBORAH 562,3 19 TERREL, CHARLES ROSS 486 TERRY, JAMES MARSHALL 562,381 TERRY, JUDITH DUNLAP 562 TERRY, M OVERTON 562.355 TERRY. MIRIAM KAY 486 TERRY. RONNIE KEITH 562 THACKER, RONALD WILLIAM 562 THAGGARD, lANICE 562 THAMES, lOSEPH MURRAY 562,367 THAMES, MARY GRAY 562,355 THAMES, SUSAN GLOVER 486 THARP. LINDA JEAN 486 THAYER, GORDON MARSHALL 486 THEISS, KENNETH EDQUARD 562,359 THIGPEN, TERESA KARYN 562,373 THOMAS, DANIEL CLARK 562,367 THOMAS, DEBORA ANNE 141,317,563 THOMS, HARRIET EVELYN 563.341 THOMAS. JAMES DERRYL 563.347 THOMAS, JOHN LUTHER 563,381 THOMAS, JOHN PATTILLO 563.351 THOMAS. KATHERINE COONEY 563 THOMAS. MARTHA JANE 563 THOMAS. MAR " l ' JANE 486 THOMAS. PHEBE MOSGROVE 486 THOMAS. RAMONA S 563 THOMAS, RONALD WAYNE 563 THOMAS, SANDRA MARIE 349,430.434.563 THOMAS, TERRI LOUISE 563,373 THOMASON, FIDELIA 563 THOMASON. ION GREGORY 563 THOMASON. MATTHEW D 486 THOMASTON. JAMES RODNEY 563 THOMLEY. KENNETH EUGENE 486 THOMPSON. DON PARKER 563 THOMPSON. EDIE E 546,319 THOMPSON, G EDWARD 563 THOMPSON, GLENN H . II 563,391 THOMPSON, JAMES AVERY 486 THOMPSON, JOHN BYRON 563,383 608 THOMPSON, JOHN ERNEST. JR 56 .339 THOMPSON. JOHN GREENE -iGS THOMPSON. JOSEPH MELVIN 65 THOMPSON. MARGARET IRENE 563.319 THOMPSON. MARY ANNE 563 THOMPSON. MICHAEL FRAZIER 563 THOMPSON, XA.NCV S I.S6 THOMPSON. NELSON ALFRED i86 THOMPSON. RICHARD E i86 THOMPSON. ROBERT BENJAMIN lS6 THOMPSON. ROBERT THOMAS =.6 i.SI THOMPSON. RONALD WAID 563.381 THOMPSON. ROSALIND A 563 THOMPSON. RUTH KATE 563 THOMPSON. SHARON FRANCES 299.-186 THOMPSON. SARA PRISCILLA 563 THOMPSON. SUSAN ANN 563 THOMPSON. SUSAN COLLINS 563 THO.MI ' SON, SL ' ZANNE 563 THOMI ' SON, ILEA JOYCE 486 THORNTON. FLETCHER BISHOP 563,585 THORNTON. GLENYSS EDDINE 563 THORNTON. JOSEPH CLYATT, III 563,361 THORNTON. LAURA 410 THORNTON. MICHAEL JAY 563 THORNTON. TIMOTHY JOHN 563 THOR X ' ORTH. PATRICIA GRAY 563.331 THRIFT. RENE R 486 THUSS. PAMELA CONNELL 563,339 THWEATT. lUANITA LOWERY 563 TIDWELL. ANDRA GW ' YN 563 TIDWELL. MIKE 430 TIDWELL. PERCIE CORENE 563.357 TIDWELL. WILLIAM C 486 TILLERY. CAROLINE 486 TILLSON. DOFF 185 TILLY. WILLIAM HOLLEYMAN 563.363 TINDELL. MAR ' i ' FRANCES 563.357 TINGLE. JUDY LYNN 563 TINGLE. SUSAN BERNIECE 563 TINNEY. JOHN ALVIN 563,359 TINNIN, CHARLES ALEXANDER 563,385 TIPPER. WILLIAM DURREL 563 TIPTON. CATHARINE AUGUSTA 486 TIPTON. DIXIE LEE 5(;,-i.3I ' ) TITTSWORTH. ANN FAYE ' 6i TODD. JAMES CHALMERS. JR 5f,i.389 TOOT. THOMAS ANTHONY 564 THOMAS, GEORGE SAMUEL 564 TCIPOREK, CLAIRE DEBRA 486 TOWNES, PATRICIA ALLEN 564 TOWNSEND. JACKIE LYNN 564,3 9 TOWRT, RC:)BERT -»38 TRACY, DEPORAH YVONNE 564 TRAFFANSTEDT, JACK 404 TRAMMELL, JAMES WALTER, JR, 564,363 TRANTER, WILLIAM 447 TRAPP. WILLIAM TIMOTHY 564.42 3 TRAVIS. EDW ARD FRANCIS 486 TRAYLOR. CHARLES TIM 486 TREADW AY. PATRICIA GAIL 486 TREADWELL. CHARLES SWIFT, JR. 564.383 TREESE. MARGARET HOUSTON 564,401 TRENKLE, MARY P 459 TRESLAR, SHERRYL ANN 486 TREUBIG. ERNEST CHARLES, JR. 564,417 TROUSDALE. DONNA ALLICE ELAINE 564 TROY. LINDA 416 TRUHETT. PATRICIA ANN 564,325 TUBE, GLYNN 174 TUBB, JONES GLYNN 564,343 TUCKER, ANN MARIE 564,333 TUCKER. DAVID PAUL 563,379 TUCKER. HAREL WORTH. JR. 564,383 TUCKER, KELL ■ MERRILL 564 TUCKER. MARY ESTA 486 TUCKER. PEGGY SUE 564 TUCKER. RAMONA LEE 564,333 TUCKER, SHIRLEY RUTH 486 TUDOR. ELIZABETH ANN 486 TUMLIN. DEWARD DAVIS 564.347 TURBERVILLE. NANCY ELLEN 486 TURNER, C RAY 435,486 TURNER, CATHERINE FOSTER 564,339 TURNER, DAN 442 TURNER, DONALD GRADY 486 TURNER, ELAINE CATHERINE 564 TURNER. HAROLD FREDERICK 564.381 TURNER. JOHN BARNETT 486 TURNER, JON DOUGLAS 486 TURNER, LINDA 287 TURNER, ROBERT PAUL 486 TURNER, RAY 4 38 TURNER, RUSSELL 564 TURNER, SANDRA SLOAN 564 TURNER, SHIRLEY JO 439,564 TWILLEY, PHILLIP 4 35 TWITTY, EUGENIA 564 TWITTY, GAILA MARIE 564 TYER, GARY LEE 564,331 TYLANDER, GENE RAYMOND 564,383 TYLER, CAROLYN JOHN 564 TYLER, HARRY BRUCE 564 TYRRELL, IRVING M , JR 564 U ULMER, MILLARD 459,439,564 UMPHREY, THOMAS EUGENE 347,564 UNDERWOOD. CRAIG D 2 .56 i UNDERWOOD. STEPHEN PRICE 564 UNDERWOOD. STEPHEN SHARP 460.564 UNGAR. AUDREY JEAN 385,564 UPCHURCH, EDDIE J 371,564 UPCHURCH, MAR ' i ' CHRISTINE 564 URQUHART, JANE MELISSA 357,564 USREY, lAMES GARY 564 USSITORA, KENJI 432 UTLEY. DENNIS D 564 VAIL. SHERRY ELAINE 564 VAIL. WILLIAM CURTIS 486 VALENTINE. PATRICIA GAYLF i86 VAN ANTWERP. CHARLES LESESNE 564 VAN BAALEN. DOLORES CLAIRE 564 VAN TASSEL. GEORGE MARTIN. JR 486 VAN WERT. NANCY TERESA 317.564 VANCE. ANITA DEELEEN 564 VANCE. EDDY CAROL 429 VANCE, LINDA ANN 393,564,427 VANCE, ROBERT STEPHEN 486 VANN, WILLIAM EUGENE " 1.565 VARNER. MARY FRANCES 486 VASSAR. BILLY BATES 381.565 VAUGHAN. AMY BARBARA 48 ' ' VAUGHAN. CAROLINE NEAL 339,565 VAUGHAN. JAMES HERBERT 565 VAUGHAN. MURRAY CALDWELL 3 1.565 VAUGHAN. RENA EMILY 565 VAUGHAN. ROBERT PAUL 487 VAUGHN. GREGG LYNN 439.447,565 VAUGHN. MICHAEL EDWARD 487 VAUGHN. PAUL 435 VEALE. GEORGE WARREN 389,565 VELIDY, BOB 435 VENTRESS, NONA ANN 487 VERCHOT, EDGAR ALPHONSE, JR 565 VICE, JOAN CAROL 565,416 VICE, JON EARL 337,565 VICK, JAMES LARRY 5 65 VICKENS. TALMIE OWEN 379.565 VICKERS. MARTHA LYNN 487 VICKERY, BARRY EDWARD 381,565 VICKERY, PATRICIA H. 487 VINES, BRENDA CAROL 487 VINES. DANX ' l ' L 565 VINES. JOHN RANDOLPH 565 VINGLE. DEBORAH RAE 3-3.565 VINSON. JIM 4 30. o5 VINSON. LAURENCE DUNCAN iS " VINYARD. PAULA GAY 377.565 VODANTIS. DESPINA CHRIST 565 VODANTIS. IRENE CHRIS 565 VOGE. DIANE GAIL 487 VOGEL. HERMAN JAMES 565 VOIT. LARRY BANK 174.414.487 VOLD. GAIL DOROTHEA 565 VOLLER. STEVEN DENNIS 397.565 VOORHEES. JANE BARRY 565 VOSS. KATHERINE BEATE 333.565 VOSWINKEL. KARL ALFRED 343.565 VOWELL. DONALD DEW AYNE 34 3,565 VOYLES. BOBBIE SUE 565 W WADDELL. CRESHIA ANN 565 WADE. GEORGIA ANNA 565 WADE, TOMMY 404 WADSWORTH, ROBERT LEE 565,375 WAGER. LUCETTE FRAZIER 565.357 WAGOR. THOMAS MARSHALL 565.327 WAID. DONNA FAY 565 WAIDE. WILLIAM HAMILTON 487 WAITES. JANET ELAINE 565.401 WAITS. MARY EVELYN 565,339 WAITZMAN. DAVID ROBERT 565 WAITZMAN. ELIZABETH COX 565.355 WAKEFIELD. GLENN THOMAS 565 WALDEN. JULIA WALDROP. BETTY SUE 565 WALDROP, CAROLYN JAN 565 WALDROP, LINDA MARQUETA 565 WALDROP, MARSHA ELAINE 565 WALKER, ALICE MILDRED 565.323 WALKER, BEN W 383.442,565 WALKER. BETTIE DAY 565.373 WALKER, BRENDA lOYCE 565 WALKER. EDWARD DOW 565.351 WALKER. JANE READ 565 WALKER. LENORA FAYE 566 WALKER, MARY C 566 WALKER, MARY PAULETTE 566 WALKER, NANCY JO 566,373 WALKER, PAMELA RUTH 487 WALKER, PATRICIA JANE 566,325 WALKER, TOMMIE SUE 5 66 WALKLEY. ANN EMERA 460 WALKLEY, PHILLIP HENRY, JR. 487 WALLACE. CAROLYN 566.401 WALLACE. DEBBIE 427 WALLACE. FRANCIS YVONNE WALLACE. LARRY 4 12 WALLACE. LINDA JANE 566 WALLACE, VIRGINIA CELENE -566 WALLACE, W CLINT 566, 32 WALLENBERG, NANCY LOU 487 WALLS, RONALD B. 566 WALSH, N VIRGINIA WALSH. WILLIAM DRUHAN. JR. 34 3,566 WALTERS. CLARK LEVAN 367,404.566 WALTERS, DAVID RICKEY 566.361 WALTERS, JANICE 487 WALTER, RILEY MICHAEL 566 WALTERS, SHERRY LYNN 566.35 3 WALTERS, RANDALL 566 WALTHALL. GEORGE POLLARD. JR. 487 WALTON. ABBOT URANK 462 WALTON, ABBOTT BRAND, JR 462 WALTON, CANDY 566,323 WALTON, CAR(U MARY 566,333 WALTON, JAMES EDWARD 487 WALTON, PATRICIA LYNN 566 WALTON, RICHARD JUSTIN 566,363 WALTON, ROBIN ELIZABETH 566.349 WALTRIP, MARSHALL DAVIS 487 WARBINGTON. LARRY GRAY 566.337 WARD. A PATRICIA 566.317 WARD. CAROL JANE 566 WARD. CHARLOTTE 566.339 WARD. DAVID HALL 462 WARD. FRANK B 487 WARD. GROVER MILTON 487 WARD. lACQUELlNE 566.349 WARD. JANIS CATHERINE 432.566 WARD. JANELLE MARIE 566.349 WARD. JOANNE 566.349 WARD, LINDA KAY 487 WARD, MARTHA ALICE 566,355 WARD, MARYE ELIZABETH 487 WARD, NORA FRANCES 566,319 WARD, RAYMOND LARRY 566 WARD. ROBERT EARL 566 WARD. RUSTY E 566 WARNS. MICHAEL JOHN 566.347 WARR. SARA ANN 566.333 WARREN. EUGENE LEE 487.566,175 WARREN. JOHN LEE. JR. 566 WARREN. KEITH 442 WARREN. LEWIS 487 WARREN. SAM E, 566.379 WARREN. THOMAS MALCOLM 566 WASHBURN. JAMES BEVELY 566 WASHINGTON. FANNIE BEATRICE 566 WATERS. BARBARA ELIZABETH 566.355 WATERS. HINTON WRIGHT III 566,385 WATERS, J RICHARD 566,389 WATERS, MIKE 566,385 WATERS, GINGER CHRISTY 566.373 WATKINS, JOHNNY MARTIN 566,385 WATKINS, NANCY LEE 25,460 WATLEY, ALETHA BONDS 566 WATSON, BENJAMIN MICHAEL 566,389 WATSON, CHARLES COLEMAN 487 WATSON, ELDRIDGE JACKSON 567 WATSON. GAIL 56-. 317 WATSON. JANE ELLEN 56 .35 3 WATSON. SCADE G 56 .321 WATSON. SHARON ANN 567 WATSON. TOM E 567 WATSON. VIRGINIA SHERYL 567 WATSON. WILLIAM THOMAS 462 WATT. GEORGE A 567 WATT. RICHARD BRUCE 460 WATTERS. JOHN CLARK 567.337 WATTERS. JULIAN ALBERTUS 567.389 WATTS. DEWEY M. JR 567,337 WATTS, DONNA LYNN 567 WATTS, lOHN OTIS 565,397 WATTS, SUE ELLEN 567 WAY, ROBERT LESLIE 567 WEAR, MAR " ! ' LUCILLE 567 WEATHER, MICHAEL LEVOY 487 WEATHERFORD, SUSAN WHITLOW 567,323 WEATHERS, BILLY GLENN 567 WEAVER. CHARLOTTE 487 WEAVER. EDWARD HARRISON 447.487 WEBB. CURTIS LAVON 567 WEBB. HANNA STEWART 567.357 WEBB. JAMES HAROLD 567.369 WEBB. PHILLIP R 567.337 WEBB. SAMUEL LAFAYETTE 462 WEBER. HEIDI ELIZABETH 567 WEBER. LYNELLE MARY 567,339 WEBSTER. DEBORAH KAY 567 WEBSTER. HARR " ! ' N III 567 WEBSTER. lOSEPH CARLTON 462 WEBSTER, NORMAN KEN 567 WEED, DAN SEARCY 567,359 WEDDLE, LARRY STEVE 567,375 WEEKS. CATHERINE ELIZABETH 289.487 WEEKS. IIMMY GARRON 567 WEEKS. WARREN LAMAR 567 WEEMS. DAVID MICHAEL 487 WEHBY. GEORGE ANTHONY 567.379 WEIL. IRA KAHN 567.371 WEILDMAN. JACK KENNEDY 567.379 WEINBERGER. LEON. JR 414 WEINMAN. ROSEMARY 567.319 WEINSTEIN. GARY STEPHEN 567,365 WEINSTEIN, ROSALIND ANN 567,345 WEIR, ELIZABETH ANN 415.567 WEIR. NANCY LEE 5 67 WEISS. MICHELE KATHRUN 567.345 WEISSINGER. JULIE ANN 567.325 WELCH. BETSY GLO 567.317 609 WELCH, KATIE MAE 567 WELCH. MARLO SCOTT 487 WELCH, WANDA ODESSA 567 WELDON, GLENN ALAN 567 WELLS, HUEV THOMAS 567.543 WELLS, MICHAEL AUBREY 567 WERFEL, DEBORAH LEAH 567 WERMUTH, MICHAEL 487 WEST, BRENDA JO 567,35 5 WEST, MARILYN ELIZABETH 487 WEST, PHILIP GE ORGE 567,395 WETZER, RICHARD CARL JR. 567 WHALEY, DOROTHY SUSAN 193,487 WHALEY, PAUL II 568 WHALEY, RAYMOND LEE 568,351 WHARTON, DUSTY ANN 487 WHATLEY, CHARLES LAWRENCE 568,383 WHATLE ' i-, LANA HOLMES 487 WHATLEY, MARGARET EVANDER 569,319 WHATLEY, REYNOLDS DAVIS 487 WHEAT, VICKI ALETHA 568 WHEELER, JOSEPH GRANT, JR. 568 WHEELER. MARIANNE 568,355 WHEELER, TERRY MICHAEL 568 WHELAN, JOHN THOMAS 5 68 WHERRY, ALYCE DALE 568,577 WHITAKER, JOYCE LORAYNE 569,319 WHITAKER, RICHARD CARLTON 569,381 WHITCHER, IDA WILLENE 569 WHITCOMB, VIRGINIA KATHRYN 487 WHITE, CARL LINDSEY 569 WHITE, CAROL LYNN 569,353 WHITE, DAVID THURSTON 569 WHITE, DOROTHY LEE 569.557 WHITE. DWAIN 568 WHITE, EVELYN KNOX 487 WHITE, HAROLD STEVEN 568,565 WHITE, HOUSTON HOWARD 568,547 WHITE, HUBBARD WINSTON 568,327 WHITE, JANET LEE 568 WHITE, JIMMY C 551,568 WHITE, JOANNA MARGARET 568 WHITE, JOHN SAMUAL 568 WHITE, KATHERINE LOUISE 568 WHITE, LILIAN EVELYN 568,559 WHITE, LINDA K. 487 WHITE, MORENO 458 WHITE, PAULA SUE 568 WHITE, REBECCA 568,549 WHITE, ROY GOODMAN 568,537 WHITE, SAM B 568 WHITEFORD, PAUL RAYMOND 568 WHITEHEAD, CAROLYN VIRGINIA 487 WHITEHEAD, RONNA GL ' lNN 568 WHITFIELD, DONNA ELIZABETH 488 WHITFIELD, GAIUS. JR 488 WHITFIELD, ROBERT CALVIN, JR. 568,581 WHITFIELD, THOMAS E. 568,547 WHITLEY, CAROLYN ANN 488 WHITLEY, JAMES SIDNEY 568 WITLEY, SANDRA LC1UISE 488 WHITLOCK. DONNA lEAN 568,349 WHITMIRE, FRED CHARLES 568,351 WHITNEY, BRIAN FRANCIS 568 WHITSON, JAMES 4 59 WHITT, KATHI EUGENIA 568 WHITT, LINDA 568,517 WHITT, RANDY JAMES 568 WHITTLE, GEORGE 442 WHITTAKER, HARRISON BURNS 568,589 WHITTAKER, RICHARD WARREN 462,589 WHITTEN, WANDA KAY 568 WHORTON, DUSTY 292 WICKSTROM, PHILIP lOHN 568 WIDEMAN, THOMAN BRADLEY 460 WIGGINS, SALLY GILDER 568,539 WIKHOLM, DON 449 WILBANKS, DANA RAY 568,569 WILBANKS, GEORGE EUGENE 568,383 WILBANKS, ROBERT SMITH, III 568,385 WILBANKS, SHARON ELIZABETH 569,319 WILDES, WILLIAM PAUL 488 WILEY, JOAN CAROL 488 WILKES, DWIGHT SHELBY 569 WILKES, FRANK DENNIS 561,569 WILKIN, ROBERT WILLIAM 569 WILKINS, LINDA LUCILE 57 5,569 WILKINSON, DAVID CURTIS 488 WILKINSON, WILLIAM KENT 55 1,569 WILKS, BILLIE LYNN 569 WILKS, HARRIS CRAVES 569 WILLCOX, JO ANN ANDERSON 569 WILLIAMS, ARTHUR JOE 569 WILLIAMS, BARBARA ANN 517,569 WILLIAMS, BEN FORREST 569 WILLIAMS, BOBBY TERRYL 569 WILLIAMS, BURCE ROGER 589,569 WILLIAMS, CAROL SUE 569,427 WILLIAMS. GARY JAMES 488 WILLIAMS. CHARLES ANTHONY 569 WILLIAMS. CHARLES DAVID 488 WILLIAMS. CHARLOTTE ANN HARROW 569 WILLIAMS. CYNTHIA JAYNE 577.569 WILLIAMS. DAVID RANDALL 569 WILLIAMS, DEBORAH LYNN 569 WILLIAMS, DONNA FAYE 325,569 WILLIAMS, FRED SHERRELL 569 WILLIAMS, GAR-l ' CLAY 569 WILLIAMS, HENRY LEWIS 488,449 WILLIAMS, JAMES STEPHEN 597,569 WILLIAMS, JERR " ! ' THOMAS 569 WILLIAMS, lULIA KLINNER 488 WILLIAMS, LARR " ! ' GLENN 569 WILLIAMS. MARION LUCAS 488 WILLIAMS. MARJORIE WILLIAMS. MARTHA EVANS 3 5 5.569 WILLIAMS. MARTHA SUE 569 WILLIAMS. MELVIA JO 569 WILLIAMS. MYRON DALE 569.569 WILLIAMS. MICHAEL LAMAR 488.175 WILLIAMS. PAULA ELIZABETH 569 WILLIAMS, PETER SANKEY 537,569 WILLIAMS, PHILLIP 449 WILLIAMS, RICK LYNN 531.569 WILLIAMS. ROGER COURTLAND 462.385 WILLIAMS, SPOTTSWOOD HOLLAND 462 WILLIAMS. SYLVIA JEAN 339,569 WILLIAMS, WALTER A. 569,569 WILLIAMS, WA " 1 ' NE 4 52 WILLIAMS, WILLARD ORVILLE 55 1,569 WILLIAMSON, CLIFORD CARTER 569 WILLIAMSON, lULIA 5 5 5,569 WILLIAMSON, MARY ETHEL 488 WILLIAMSON, MAR-l ' SUE 569 WILLIAMSON, MILLARD LAMAR 389,569 WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN RODNEY 460 WILLIAMSON, WARREN J. 589,569 WILLIAMSON, WAYNE 174 WILLIFORD, JOAN MARIE 488 WILLINGHAM. MARY ELIZABETH 488 WILLIS, GEORGIA 37 5,569 WILLIS, JOSEPHINE KNIGHT 407.488 WILLIS. LARRY KENNETH 569 WILLIS, PERR-l- 40 4 WILLOUGHBY, LORETTA CATHERINE 569 WILMER, JOHN ANTHONY 188 WILSON. BEATTA m6 WILSON, CAROLE ANN 557 WILSON, CHARLES EDWARD 488 WILSON, DANIEL CLAY 585,569 WILSON, DOROTHY ELIZABETH 557.569 WILSON, EDWIN PEEBLES 488 WILSON, ELIZABETH PATRICIA 285,298.569 WILSON, EMILY ELIZABETH 569,427 WILSON, GEORGE 115 WILSON, HARLE " ! ' DWIGHT 446.569 WILSON. HOWARD WINTERS 383.570 WILSON. JAMES ELDON 488 WILSON. JOSEPH PARRISH 365,570 WILSON. JOYCE ILENE 488 WILSON. JULIA MARIE 5 70 WILSON, LANIER 55 5,570 WILSON, LAVRA MYRTLE 401.570 WILSON, MARGARET OLIVIA 3 59 WILSON. MARTHA VELERIE 570 WILSON. MARY KATHLEEN 519.570 WILSON. PATTIE ANN 570 WILSON. PHILLIP McBRIDE 570 WILSON. ROBERT JAMES 5 0 WILSON. STEVEN GUY 5 0 WILSON. SYLVIA JOETTE 570 WILSON. WILLIAM MICHAEL 363,570 WILSON, V TLLIAM THOMAS 389,570 WTMBERLEYN, MARY LINDA 570 WINBORNE, CAROL ELAINE 570 WINDER, EDWARD KEITH 375,446,570 WINDHAM, JANICE 452,488 WINDLE, HUGH 446 WINDOM, STEPHEN RALPH 371,415,450,570 WINFIELD, LYNDA DARLENE 570 WINSOR, NANCY LOU 5 59,570 WINSTEAD, RICHARD CAIN 343,570.417.174 WINSTON. LAURA DIANE 488 WIRKUS. LEONARD FAUSTIN 174.460 WISDOM. JOHN CHARLES 570 WISE, DAVID CLIFTON 570 WISE, JULIA JANE 555,570 WISE, MARY ELIZABETH 401,570 WISEMAN, MELVIN BARNETT 561,570 WITHROW, RANDALL WILLIAM 488 WITTENSTEIN, GAIL LYNN 488 WOLFE, ROBERT 447 WOLFE, ROGER 412 WOLFE, TED EUGENE 488 WOLIN. KAREN BARBARA 570.450 WOLKE. GREG JOHN 501.570 WOLTZ. CAROLYN BRECKINRIDGE 341.5 70 WOO, GEORGE 5 70 WOOD, ANNETTE EUGENIA 488 WOOD, CHARLOTTE ANNE 573,570 WOOD, DAVID WEIR 565,570 WOOD, DEBORAH 570 WOOD, ELIZABETH A. 488 WOOD, JODY RENEE 37 5,570 WOOD, JOHN HALSEY 363,570 WOOD, JACQUELINE ANN 570 WOOD. JAMES EUGENE. JR 570 WOOD. JOHNNYE AGNES 54 1,5 70 WOOD. JOSEPH CURTIS 570 WOOD. MARCIA ELIZABETH 317.570 WOOD, RICHARD ELIGN 488 WOOD, RICHARD WALLACE 5 70 WOOD, ROBERT WAYNE 5 70 WOOD, RONALD DOUGLAS 488 WOOD, ROYCE WILBURN 5 70 WOOD, SANDRA SUE 488 WOOD, SARAH DIANE 570 WOOD, SUSAN BOYNE 577 WOODALL, CHARLES lACKSON 379,5 70 WOODALL, DAVID HALL 570 WOODARD, RONALD DALE 5 70 WOODFIN. lOANN 488 WOODFIN, MARTHA ELIZABETH 488 WOODHAM. MARTHA JUNE 488 WOODHAM. MICHAEL OLLAN 438.488 WOODINGTON, JAMES ROLLAND 488 WOODLEY. PAMELA GAYLE 52 5.570 WOODMAN. NANCY REBECCA 549.571 WOODRUFF. DAVID TIMOTHY 375,571.449 WOODS. CECIL GERALD 488 WOODS. DARYLE ALTA 488 WOODS. KATHERINE GLOVER 5 3 3.571 WOODWARD, LEE ALAN 571 WOODWARD, ROBERT 4 58 WOODWARD, THOMAS ALVES 571 WOOLDRIDGE. DAVID MACE 551,571 WOOLF. ALEXANDRA 5. i 5,571 WOOLF, BFVER1 - LUCILE 5 1 1,5 71 WOOLFE, MARIANNE THERESE 541,571,427 WOOLLEN, ELIZABE TH MARRISETTE 555,571 WOOLLY, H. GEORGE 444 WOOLEY, WILLIS PAUL 591,571 WOOTEN, RONALD LEE 455,458,488 WORRELL, JONATHAN PATTERSON 591.571 WOZNIAK. DAWN MARIE 401.571 WRENN. PATRICK RONALD 571 WRIGHT. ANNE TENNENT 555.571 WRIGHT. BARBARA JANE 460 WRIGHT. PAMELA LYNN 571 WRIGHT, SALLY E. 488 WRIGHT, SANDRA SUE 577,571 WRIGHT, SHERRY LEIGH 555,571 WRIGHT, SILAS TIMOTNY 57 1 WRIGHT, SUSAN 525,571 WRIGHT, WILLIAM McKINLEY 571 WYATT, MARTHA JEAN 488 WYATT, MICHAEL WILTON 551,571 WYATT. RALPH KURRY 488 WYMER, JOHN FRANCIS. Ill 581,571 YANCY, PEGGY 527,571 YANN, ROBERT MAURICE 527,571 YARBROUGH, CHARLES INMAN YARBROUGH, CURTIS FRENCH 460 YARBROLIGH, JAMES ■lARBROUGH, LOUISE PEARSON 460 YARBROUGH, MARGA DIANNE 325,571 YARBROUGH, SHARON GAY 489 YATES, CHARLES BENJAMIN 435,571 YATES, LINDA ANN 57 1 YATES, NANCY JUNE 489 YEACKLE, WILLIAM EDWARD 591.571 YEAGER. DEBORAH JEAN 489 YEAGER. EARL STEPHEN 595.571 YEAGER. SYLVIA DALE 489 YEALD. PRISCILLIA JANE 555.571 YOAKUM, JOHN FRANKLIN 57 1 YONGE, PHYLLIS LEIGH 5V1 YORK, CAROL 57 1 YOST, VAUGHN HERBERT 460 YOUNG, ANDREA LEA 517.571 YOUNG, DAVID MICHAEL 371 YOUNG, EDWIN GLASS 571 YOUNG, MARTHA ANN 549,571 YOUNG, MARY MARGARET 571 YOUNG, RICHARD 185 YOUNG, STEPHEN RANDAL 489 YOUNGBLOOD, GLENDA SUSAN 371,415 YOUNGSON, GEORGE MITCHELL 589,571 YOUNT, PHYLLIS ANN 571 YOW, L NORRIS 571 ZAKANYCZ, MARY ANNE 571 ZALASAR, MANFRED JERRY 571 ZALOWITZ, SAMUEL JOEL 599,571 ZAPOTOCK -. JOANN MARY 5 72 ZASA ROBERT J 5 72 ZAVITZ, KEITH ARTHUR ZEANAH, CONNIE JO ZEFF, HOWARD WILLIAM 599,5 72 ZIEGLER, JIMMY 174,417 ZIEGLER, JOHN 446 ZION. GARY ALLAN 572 ZOGHBI, JOSEPH GEORGE ZUKOWSKI. BARBARA VERONICA 572 ZUKOWSKl. DONALD B. 572 ZWEIG. DENNIS JAY 399,572 610 Acknowledgements The 1969 COROLLA is greatly indebted to the following for their contributions; Tom Kidd, Chuck Collins, Bob Bass, and Dan Meissner for photog- raphy; Root Photographers and Stan Lieberman for class pictures; Dr. Marilyn Neil, Miss Bonnie Bolding, and Miss Jo Ellen O ' Hara for judging the COROLLA Beauty Ball; Doris Scofield and Inter- collegiate Press in Kansas City for their patience; Tom Jone ' s freshman photography class; Board of " Publications for their coop- eration; The Birmingham News and The Tuscaloosa News for various pictures; Robert Adams for outstanding beauty pictures; Pizitz of Birmingham for the beauty wardrobe; Margie Crates tor working with the COROLLA Beauties and Ernie Crates whose con- tributions are indescribable in words. Epilogue and Afterward The 1969 COROLLA has been completed with the exception of " page 612 (Epilogue and After- wards), which IS being written now during Delta flight 595 from Birmingham to Kansas City. In my briefcase I hold the last group of pages and with these pages is the termination of a dream and effort so " mountrageous " (a word of my own creation) that its evolution was the near destruction of its editor. My near destruction came as a result of my own making. 1, a self-made individual, tried to become a perfectionist . . . one who longed to understand everything and everyone around him. But to understand the complexities of human beings and especially students has never been accomplished in the history of mankind, and I venture to say that such an accomplishment shall never come about. It was however, the dream of one 2 1 year old individual to express a completed dream in a 612 page book so all could remember and understand, when viewed twoor three decades hence, the time . . . the thoughts of that time . . . the people who made up that time . . . 1969 at the University of Alabama. It was far into the year when I realized my mistake . . . understanding that the task was an impossibility. It was too late to gain back the twenty pounds lost during the months ot toil and deep states of depression ... too late to again gain favor in the eyes of those around me who I completely cut out of my world ... too late to explain to those people that I was looking for a reality as it existed today. During these months, a gradual realization came to me that the reality for which I sought was so far sprung so as to never to be condensed that all could view it on 80 some odd pages set aside for an Editor s main objective. My depth and perception broadened as I continually strove to reach somehow my dream, but there was only one alternative for me to follow . . . time was running out. That alternative was merely to express a newly found conclusion . . . THERE IS NO REALITY EXCEPT IN ACTION . . . realtty changes with each action and action to continue is the inevitable. Thus an individual ' s conclusion, stemming from the failure to reach a dream, is the 1969 COROLLA. Now that book is finished ... and only now could I ever make myself say or write that I failed . . . failed in a previous objective. If 1 have succeeded in any way of expressing a new conclusion in the 1969 COROLLA, it can only be up to the decision of the individual reader. • 2 2 ( ..J M 612 ■|i»i)inwtirfiiiii[iryiNni»iiiiMr iinfiii|ii|M ' V ■VI -.- ' - ■ ' ' ' ■ - ,» --■ ;.,■


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