University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

 - Class of 1970

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Volume Seventy-eight This yearbook " . . . has been named COROLLA, a term suggestive offlowers, wreaths, garlands and pleasant feelings." 1893 COROLLA 3 Adelaic Larry D Rosem Suzann Tommj Ann J C J ack L Table of Contents Opening .... Academics . . . Student Life .... Sports ....... Features ..... Greeks ........ Organizations .... Classes ........ Senior Honors . . . Index .......... Advertising ....... . . . Acknowledgements Epilogue ........ ..6 . 46 . 98 168 236 274 372 426 55l 561 562 607 608 6 1970, the embryonic year ofa decade, nourished by the past yet eagerfor the future . . . This is the year mankind pensively critiques its immediate history and plans for the future. Lead- ing the reviews is the new generation, the students of today who have less to lose if their observations are wrong and more to gain if they are right. For each university 1970 has a different meaning. For some it is a year of peace or at least of hope, while for others it is a year dominated by campus unrest, tension, and frustration. Yet at another university it is a year of change and reform, of academic relevance or intellectual freedom. At Alabama, for the most part, 1970 is just another year. But for a number of students at Alabama, and the number is growing, 1970 may be the start of something new. The mood is changing at the T University of Alabama. There is a budding feeling of concern that supersedes both blatant reaction and silent apathy. It is a feeling that other schools have experienced previously and if Alabama is indeed a decade behind the times-well then that explains it. 8 The mood on campus is changing and life at Alabama is changing. It is impossible to decide which came first if there is a casual relationship involved, but unquestionably the change has been an evolutionary process. When female fashions became less conventional women students solicited for more liberal dress regulations. The administra- tion officially granted coeds the privilege of wearing slacks to class and clothes became fun, often times bizarre and eccentric. The new look, probably a by-product of social discontent, was a rebellion against tradition. Nevertheless, a person was allowed to be different because it was stylish and this attitude is spreading to an appreciation of individuality for its own sake. The freedom to be oneself without being subjected to social ridicule is something new and refreshing for Alabama. ln 1963, Wallace stood in the doorway of Foster Auditorium. Today the University of Alabama has black professors, black history courses, black athletes and black alumni. Todayis state politicians are not as concerned about blacks at Alabama as much as they are concerned with pot, dope, yippies and communists. What has been the cause of this change in attitude? What has brought about the conditioning and socialization which has surely taken place? For the most part the change at Alabama is a reflection of a bigger changeg a nationwide change in attitudes which have resulted in the so called social revolution. The new mood that is rocking the nation is apparent not only in the fashion world but also in the motion picture in- dustry and the hard rock music of today. There is no doubt that the most talked about movies on campus have changed from Gone With the Wind and James Bond to Easy Rider and Alice's Restaurant. At the same time major attractions on campus have ventured from the Tams to Janis Joplin. The gimmick is to be timely and relevant and present the audience with shocking detail and emotionalism while conveying a philosophical message or warning to society. The important thing to note is that these means of entertainment have infiltrated a once cozy traditionalism to the point where the campus community is functioning in a transition. The University of Alabama is by no means a pace setter or a leader in this movement. On the con- trary, the students are just now beginning to resent the fact that they constantly "bring up the reara' in almost every area conceivable to man. As these social media are used to reflect a change in society they will also hasten to solidify that change especially since they are being received by a more perceptive and alert audience. I2 The football team lost four games this season and there have been no suicidal attempts. A conceivable split in the Greek vote put several independents into top SGA positions to preside over the 69-70 academic year. Black studentsjoined hands with whites to crusade for Woods Quad, and campus "moderates" and f'liberals" united to challenge the new president for the method he used in selecting the new Dean of Student Development. These are accomplishments for Alabama. They are accomplishments because it is Alabama, a university where football is usually the center of campus life, where a united fraternal system virtually controlled all aspects of society, where blacks and whites have been traditionally segre- gated, and where until recently, there has been no liberal faction worth mentioning and no concep- tion of student power even in its most humbled form. What was yesterdayls liberalism is becoming the new order of the day and student power is now a term so frequently used it is becoming trite. Regrettably the words are used with various connotations. Student power at Alabama is not activism, rather it implies no taxation without representation. Student leaders found themselves unprepared for this new game of confrontation politics as it developed with this spurt of student power. Black demands, eviction notices served on the military, a black girl in the Homecoming Court-all the events of this year caused the eyes of the student body to focus on the leaders. For the first time SGA was noticed. This novel experience caused a few politicos to sweat so someone suggested that they do something. Attempts at change were made with some accomplishments and gratification. Many sincere efforts, however, were merely met with token approval by an administration that rationalized slow change as being responsible change. At least it was a beginning. I4 An uninformed populace and a democracy cannot coexist and, therefore, neither truly exists at the University of Alabama. There is no doubt, despite the moderate changes that have taken place this year, that the majority of students at Alabama remain insensitive to the issue of change. For the most part, they are apathetic because they are uninformed on the issue. Attempts at change have been met with their total uninvolvement and lack of concern. Is it not enough, in the state of Alabama, that a student is a student, a citizen is a citizen, and it is a well established norm that one should never be confused with the other? Why would a student body be content in allowing a small number of people, possibly unrepresentative of the populace, to predominately influence the decisions that govern their lives on campus? Only the students themselves can answer these questions. There is but one fact that is certain. A majority of all students, not just the majority of the few involved, must be in agreement before any decision of change can be implemented. There is, there- fore, a need for more students to become informed and actively involved in campus affairs. A pro- fessor on campus may have the solution. Wom- en will lead the way, he predicts, because they read fashion magazines that occasionally print an informative article on relevant and timely issues. The striking feature of this comment-it may not be a gross understatement. ...LJ The decade of the sixties has been tagged the "breakaway" years, a term appropriately suggestive of change. Many changes have indeed occurred in the past ten years and they represent diverse man- ifestations of manls effort to alter his environment at almost every level. Man broke away from his natural habitat and went to the moon. The youth of the nation, now half the population, joined together to breakaway from long established conventions. Many thinking young people showed resentment toward the world they inherited, and students across the country took advantage of their mass assem- blage to make their voices heard. The methods of dissent have varied but the most remembered events have been the most brutal ones. This has had a profound effect on the general attitude of the estab- lishment in America. While it will continue to promote the space program and view the Apollo missions with admiration, it will also tend to look upon any change in campus affairs as being both a threat and a disaster. The violence on the campuses has quelled however, and the new order of the new decade seems to be one of peace. It is suggested that this new attitude will afford a more respectable case for change on the college campus. The peace vigil, the flower child and the mora- torium are the current popular symbols of hope for a peaceful and prosperous future in an age when survival is dubious.-There are very few students at Alabama who value these symbols, but it does not matter. The important thing is for students to value the abstract ideals which these things symbolize, mainly that they say to the world, "We care, we are concerned, and we are peacefulf, It is apparent that this incipient posture is already beginning to catch on. The University of Alabama did not pass through a violent stage of dissent during the "breakaway" years and now it appears that this is neither inevitable nor necessary. The mood is changing at Alabama as gradually, one by one, students become confronted with a proposition that concerns them. It will be a slow process, but change will come to Alabama. The script says so and even your best friend can tell you. There is no alternative but that it will happen, and in so far as it will be responsible, there is no alternative but that it will be accepted. -v, X 'Y X -. .4 -. .. ' tJ':4!1f.'- 51 :JFS Q is ,Y xl --r la , R . . ,, , A . ,gig 3 iii? 21. . , Sh, Y:- fzm, V "7 W.. s, .5 .EW Q 9 , v, 1 s J, JV 5 6 if fx .1 ,M . 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We share the same basic anxieties ana' frivolities. We are all social beings and our lives embrace continuous interaction. There is a chance for togetherness, for vicarious experiences, for warm friendships 33 A 34 Mine is the whipped" generation. Ifeeland I know. There are some who are more "hip" than I am. They look different and often do the unpredictable. Is it possible that this wierd assemblage at the Dobbs House can know more and feel more deeply than I do? But hypocrisy is contemptous to my generation and I shall, therefore, respect the right of my fellow student to be an individual. If by some chance he should be wiser than I, let me concede to him. But I must be truly concerned and well informed on every issue in order to choose the more discerning course of action. If I do this I am apt to find that nobody is really "hip" and nobody really knows. Unto each his own . . . Some people just enjoy being different. 35 NN'-hh - fiii b 4 f fr . E q 4 Bama students are open-minded. Could you ever hear that on CBS? Bat yet, there seems to be less blatant reaction on this carnpas than ever before . . . or can it be that no one is challenging the incipient order. For some it isjast mate apathy. 5 l 1 N 37 I feel aloneg tormented . . . Where did I go wrong? My search has led me nowhere: I'm still at the point of departure. I did not want to share my anticipated success with anyone so now Iface defeat alone. I did not have time for the people who cared, and now I realize that I lost in more ways than one . . . anal, oh, misery does love company. But I am youngg tomorrow is another day . . . and I won't make the same mistakes twice. 38 , , ' , W ky, Ng. .a :V Q6 ,.. 3' xpffffg ,, i H Folly, giddiness, eceentricity . . The sur: is shining ana' there is laughter. There have been no yesterdays and there will be no tomorrows. There is me and There is yoztq Today is my moment, and now is my story. I'Il laugh, and l'I! Cry, and I'll sing." 40 .gin t2!'xX it X! 1. 41 42 Can eyes smile? , Can hearts bleed? Ifnot, why do Ifeel the way I do when I see you? I've dated others. I've gone through the motions. But with you it's dzjferent. I feel it. Can it be . . . no, it couldn't be . . not me! But, rnaybefor once . . .jqnally . . yes, it has to be . . . Another four-letter word. 43 Y 4 4 My college years have been an education . . . an education in Ihre and living. I have profound impressions about the world,' how it is and how it should be . . . and although you have had the same emotional experiences as I, the same social and educational processing as I, your opinion differs from mine. The important thing is not that we end up thinking alike andfeeling the same, but that we all think and we allfeel . . . and this is the one thing we have in commonq the bond that unites us. I will continue to challenge you zflfeel that I am right, but I will not antagonizje you for being wrong, misled, misinformed or dhfferent, because I know that tomorrow you may be right and I may be wrong. And Ufyou che uninformed, misled and different and are at the same time happy, Iwill not argue with you at all, but I will envy you . . . But chances are that we will both be searchingg questioning ourselves and each other. If you should reach out a hand to me for help, Ipray that I will not overlook it, and one day, l'm sure, you will return the favor. And then someday we will all unite our hands and hearts . . . all of us different with our own likes and dislikes, with different habits, preferences and individual stylesg but our hearts and hands united nevertheless. It is now a matter ofsurvival. 45 4- .- .A .1 . .. L. I. .- .V ,QWIV 1 .. . . ...Tai S V M 74 A .. , ElL.... ,,,?,,.: ..1-V, Iii., Q I E. ,ii :Min 2, J. ,. 61.5. ,vii ...L J. i.:J.:.g., .A ,J 1-:H -MHZ' 1 1. . 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'iff 1, fa, - 'Ar , , ,1 . .QQ ,ng ' ' f ,Z Yu-Jig .pig ' 'Q' 'nhl' 'fi L .A 1, . U, J :Lu 1- my i1-':, Q4 T' '.,q'Nf -I , . , . ...L . ,. . ,.-Qv:.,,,--r , Q . ,Hai . F,f.I, ' , -l.,M,:,. A,-V rf . . , ,. . Ga.. . X-X, ,4.,f. . Q-ff. ,HJ1 .4 f ,M X. ' LA :mt .. ,. , , ,,-,, X ,, r W, ., . ,. T' r 'f'f"5 j.Nif2i:7', ' -WL, n .-L . ,... -.-ing ,N :xg x '1- X 5'?J"ff - um gjww' ,. 1 4 3 'x 'r, .5 4 J: , X ".LJ-'lJJ-- , M A vi L .gf ...ny V s fi 's .nfl The primary function of the university is to guide me in escaping the confinement of what others have so far made of me, so that I may come to know and to be myself In this search for self-awareness a multiple exposure to ideas is one of the most valu- able experiences a university can offer its students. In keeping with this the University of Alabama offers various academic disciplines, programs and activities to stimulate the imaginations of all who become involved with them. They encourage one to encounter new values, to explore new ideas, to experience new facets of life, and to escape from the immediate here and now. Many students however, are unfamiliar with the vast educational programs and ac- tivities which are available to them. Some are mentioned in this section in hopes that it will lure the serious and uninformed student into further enriching his college experience through participation in one of these areas. Mine is an education in life. The University environment and professors can guide me, but essentially I am my own teacher. xi: ,. K, 1 ,i,...,,,:gt ff: , - f .1- !,f - 49 it Nx Q ' " 24 V2 ,bM3y:...1f1sL- .Q- ' i ls 1 - R 1 'Y z f 1 , x I f . f El v s J' ' -- I 5535 M , Z- 51 A Stride Forward At a cost of fB375,000, the West Annex Building was re- modeled and renovated to provide modern facilities for the School of Home Economics and the Child Development Center. The project provides laboratory and office space for the Infant Development Program, the Home Management- Consumer Economics and Equipment Program, and the Interior Design Program. Also included is space for faculty offices, a seminar room and a large lecture room to accom- modate all departments of the School of Home Economics. Located on the north side of the campus, overlooking the Warrior River, Tommye Stewart Rose Tower offers the utmost in married student living. Individually air-conditioned and climate-controlled, the 225 two-bedroom and 75 one- bedroom apartments feature completely modern furnishings selected by a staff of interior design specialists. Built-in electric ranges, refrigerators, garbage disposals, ceramic tile baths and television outlets have been included as well as individual study rooms and sound-proofing. The high rise tower maintains a fully staffed daycare center, a delicatessen, a coin-operated laundry and a large storage room on the ground floor level. The new 252.6 million six-story addition to the Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library increased floor space from 80,925 square feet to 227,100 square feet. Seating capacity increased from 1,200 to 4,200, and book capacity, originally designed for 300,000 volumes, increased to 900,000 volumes. The addi- tion allows for the use of the open-stack system for students and faculty. am., 1- a- yur., 1 Xa 'Nev' x ku N41 .Rx 1: f Vw. " ' Jie 'Q L A r Pl ' e . .. t mypi- ,-nr.. -4 , 4-ffsv -1. ,my .Fa-.- gif, ff-rf WL., I H. .Y r'--"TI 'X' t 155-21. 21" Q'- Q . i., . --. ' - QGPL "h K." 1 Nw, .1-gg : r .V '. -57,5 1 ' ,.-'faux . ,, - ' 1.-Mk r' '. f,u e' :gy "2 gal' W t.... .1-1' .I ff ' 7'. lift:-.QM ag mi. 1'- .,-I-xxx ,Q ' I 4' ' F. x-1 -1' , W' .Ivgfizf -L Sufi 135' S' it-r - " .-.r' ' . - 'Q' "S 5" ' .A '.- vt- -- -:hiv P 5-Q ',.. s ,,., U M-1.5 . a- r - - I -. nil tiff, r.1ir,, . hr' -Q -'fs V? ' .54 i 53 A Stride Forward 'Construction was completed early in the spring semester on the S350,000 metals casting facility, constructed on the south wing of the Mineral Industries Building, for use by the De- partment of Chemical and Metallergical Engineering. The three-story structure provides 18,000 square feet of work area. The first floor houses furnaces and molding equipment, serviced by an overhead moving bridge crane. Testing equip- ment and classrooms will be on the second floor, and the third floor will house special research and testing laborato- ries. Members of the metals casting industry, acting through the Foundry Education Foundation, provides Sl50,000 in modern equipment for the new facility. Named in honor of former U. of A. President Dr. Frank A. Rose, the new four story 52.2 million administration building was completed in January of 1970. The structure, which pro- vides 102,000 square feet of office space, is located on the old Tutwiler Hall site on University Avenue. The new build- ing houses alliadministrative offices, the offices of the deans of graduate school and international programs and the offices of the University Relations program. European Field Tour 1 1966, after consultations with Summer School and ad- iinistration officials, a new course was added to the curric- um of the University of Alabama. The course is Geogra- iy 104-Summer Field Trip in European Geography. The ,ea of conducting a class of University students on a field ip to Europe was conceived in 1965 by Dr. Walter F. och during a research project into the history of geo- 'aphic instruction at the University. Once the idea had :en born, Dr. Koch initiated the necessary steps to create ecourse. he first attempt to conduct the course occurred in 1967. ie course was included among the Summer School curric- um and was given wide publicity. Travel and accommoda- Jns were arranged. A six-week tour of Europe that in- uded the itinerary and academic visits desired by Dr. och was designed. But the cost of the tour per student oved to be excessively high and the course did not attract single student. .sappointment loomed near again in 1968 with the second tempt to conduct the tour. Plans were cancelled by the ivel bureau when only eight students signed up for the ur. Feeling a responsibility to the students who had en- lled in the course, Dr. Koch decided to conduct the tour mself. The class left New York May 3l, 1968, for its ven-week tour which included planned visits to art muse- ns, technical exhibits, factories and farms in addition to ipromptu visits to points not open to the conventional urist. The course content of Geography 104 is not presented strictly for geography majors or minors. It is designed as a broad enrichment course for liberal arts and educational stu- dents touching on those aspects of physical and cultural geog- raphy that could be absorbed by students with varied back- ground and academic preparation. Six semester hours are credited for the seven weeks in Europe. The class hears lec- tures on local history, political events, geology, agricultural land use, natural resources, and industrial activities. When practical, European students and faculty are obtained to ex- plain local conditions. Geography 104 will again be offered during the 1970 Sum- mer School. The cost for the 1970 class is S1450 including all meals, accommodations, fees, and air and land travel from New York to New York. A special feature of the tour will be attendance at the Oberammergau Passion Play, which is only presented every ten years. The class is limited to seventeen students, and will be conducted from June 2 to July 22, 1970. European Field Tour -,V .. .Wg ' 1 nf ,,.. Q 1. W :lents AIE-SEC The International Association of Students in Economics and Commercial Sciences was founded in 1948 by students rep- resenting seven European countries and since that year it has become active in forty-two countries throughout the world. AIESEC was established in the United States in 1956, and has become the largest organization of its kind in the United States, with eighty-two participating colleges and universities. AIESEC has been active at the University of Alabama since the fall of 1965, and has already won recog- nition by the National Committee as one of the best local committees in the United States. The most basic idea of AIESEC is to raise jobs for students in foreign countries. These jobs, called traineeships, last for a period of six Weeks to eight months depending on the country and the type of job. While on the job, the trainee receives an allowance for his work to cover food, clothing, housing, and incidental expenses. A student wonit get rich working with a foreign company but the opportunity to travel and observe the customs and traditions of these peo- ple and their native countries is well worth the time and energy put forth. Since AIESEC has local committees all over the World, a trainee will be actively received in a reception program while abroad. Reception is one of the most important and enjoyable features of AIESEC. Each student is met at the airport when he arrives and is shown where he is to live and Where he is to work. Housing is arranged by the foreign local committee and parties are continually on the agenda. Of course, AIESEC is a serious program, offering a varied program at the campus level, While promoting international business experiences for tomorrow's executives. . ized? f Hi i , fi I X 5 it I I Egsw, X fill- K' i 'f. N mul-X 4 fail? A f' " l AIE-SEC 59 ,J- -.,,.. - .-,.. lzzwwasggiil hflffz '4 Q S 1- - 4-Qi 4 sr. +-4-u-,..,,....-1, . Fw 'sun ,- 1 ,4 60 L37 Q 4.4 .fi 17 Y I "x . 1 my , ,- International Programs The Office of International Programs was created in early 1966 to build an international dimension into the Univer- sity's divisions and departments. To effectively pursue this objective we need to strengthen the Universityls capabilities and resources for international and intercultural studies. Given the pattern of faculty interests and expertise we aim to develop a limited number of programs to a level of distinc- tion. The Office for International Programs is the organiza- tional mechanism which gives these objectives focus and sup- port. In the course of the spring of 1969 Dean Eric Baklanoff talked with a host of colleagues and faculty groups about the directions we may wish to take in international and world area studies. Because the University is a relative latecomer in developing an international posture in comparison with many other institutions of higher learning, it is necessary to iden- tify approaches that are distinctive and within our reach. Given our particular field of comparative advantage-the capabilities and interests of our faculty-we are able to de- fine a number of area, functional and supporting programs on which to: concentrate our limited energies and resources. These area programs include the East Asia Program, the Latin American Studies Program, and the Program in Medi- terranean Europe. International Business Administration Program, the Program in International and Development Economics, the Interdisciplinary Major in International Stud- ies, and the College of Education Program in Latin America. For the fourth year, the School of Commerce and Business Administration has participated in an arrangement with Pusan National University in Korea, under the sponsorship of the U. S. Department of State. Professor Minnie Miles, on sabbatical leave during the 1968-1969 academic year, taught part-time at Pusan National University while Dr. Johg Huh, Dean of the College of Business at Pusan, and Professor Suk Lim taught accounting and management on the UA-Tusca- loosa campus. Dean Huh was also engaged in a research project the development in accounting concepts in Medieval Asia. ' The University sent five students to the first session of the Summer institute for Mediterranean Studies in Rome between June 16-August 13. The Summer Institute is sponsored by a consortium of five AUFS member institutions comprising, in addition to the UA, the University of Kansas, Louisiana State University, Michigan State University, and the University of Wisconsin. The AUFS's Center for Mediterranean Studies is closely associated with the Summer Institute and provides faculty for the majority of the courses. The Summer Institute offers American students the opportunity to compare dispa- rate societies, cultures, and religions bordering on the historic Mediterranean Sea. All courses carry college credit and a stu- dent may enroll for a maximum of nine hours. The University of Alabama is now truly an institution of In- ternational bearing. With faculty and students from all parts of the world, and new foreign related courses being made available to those interested, the University of Alabama has taken another step forward toward the goal of true "higher learning." I Field Geology ' wil i'Er3'f1'-.f,:' , '- ' v' V' rs'3,."' ix .4,'Zf:mfy QQ: ,gf-' 3.6 ,, Wi? Q iifiiflf if I 53 'SRF 'S " ifkey .. L , " I 551.4115 1 ' 5 VL Q' ,Qs 5, - Q ...,. 3.3 - YEL"-1 - W -. '. 'A lf., -MTfv','z , ga, ,I ,, ., -2gg.x.'- RT" ' 1 ,, J. HH" 1 g Y ,..,. 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First the student is exposed to the procedures and techniques involved in doing field work in geology. Maps, diagrams, and illustrations are prepared in the field and a final geological report and de- tailed map are completed. While gathering data for this part of the Held course the students spend approximately three weeks visiting and studying areas of geological interest in the Birmingham and Bessemer region. The second purpose of the field course is to see and study some of the many geological features which have been sub- ject to only textbook and classroom exposure. The final two Weeks are spent in a two week camping trip in some of the more scenic western states. Students visit parts of Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico and Colorado. West Spanish Peak, a 13,623 foot mountain in southeastern Colorado is climbed to study igneous rocks and high altitude frost and talus features. Volcanoes and lava flows are studied in New Mexico. Glaciers and glacial erosion and deposition are stud- ied in the Rocky Mountains. Many famous gold and silver mines including the famous Little Jonny Mine of Molly Brown are visited for study and mineral collection. During the two week trip the students see geological formations which range through most of the sequence of geological time. i Air Pollution The Alabama State Department of Public Health has en- tered into a 514,590 contract with the University of Ala- bama to establish and maintain an air monitoring network in the Tuscaloosa area, a type of pilot study for the State. Under the direction of Dr. H. D. Hays, associate professor of geology and geography at the U. of A., the air monitoring network will study air pollution in the Tuscaloosa area in relation to weather conditions, sources of pollution and the amount of fuel burned or used in the area which might con- tribute to air pollution. The contract will support a project started in February of 1968 when the U. of A. and the State Health Department launched a joint effort to measure suspended particles in the air over the Tuscaloosa area. Working on the reinforced project will be U. of A. graduate students and public health personnel who will combine their talents to perform studies and research in the laboratories and in the field. It will be the most extensive study concern- ing pollution in the state and will examine every possible aspect of the problem. Initially, the project was designed to determine if there is significant air pollution in Tuscaloosa, its relation to weather conditions, and to determine if suspended particles in the air have a consistent relationship in connection with the weather conditions and the time of the year. Studies concerning the sources of pollution and the amount of fuel used in the area with strengthen the projectis goal of deter- mining the long range effects of air pollution and how it af- fects health conditions. A Particular emphasis will be placed on the relationship be- tween the amounts of air pollution and the types of weather conditions. It is conceivable, that in the future, air pollution forecasts may be included with weather forecasts so that steps can be taken to shut down pollution sources before a danger point is reached. ggm'fV'.2gw.fffj,z' 4 . . Wrvvuwtf . t ,,rtt . t awww Giga .- Palsifofo' ,afar , -1 at Q f ..t ,,.,.. W V -i f f ' f"- ca W i'. 1, A .. x I ---,, 1 ' -- '-1'? 2? , .ip M4 9 Ivjj ., ' ,. ' '1 7W,f' vv My t -A ' 5.1-,iam .Q , Air Pollution -:'XQ,m5..,1 41:51 W 1 3,4 hx:-1-,x,,-.f-. .W 1 J . 'rvriwtf-1,', , f .. . .:.,.gM4f,-,: a H. V -- ..,: -xi.-g,E1:,:,.k,. , ., -. . -,-WL: :gif K in , N. ,X - .SF . 2 T ? . f' 2 -- e - f f X... , . ',. -I "ilu:-I x , , 1 lf, '. K: 2 2 as Og E f Qf , A I X x , if , S 5X -. 9 51 ' f M X S fm QA 5 g m Q li ' ,A ,, h' :P 1' , ' 3 w..-ff W K W" 1.755 i : : , '1 2' '2f5'V , 'Eg if .gy - R ' 11 Qgwasizxxv 5 fl , we H3 W Q 531 E' X. ni? X x f-ar" 66 Marine Geology 4, fax ' we alfmwb wglli 5 Three summers ago the University of Alabama initiated the Summer Marine Geology Field Course at the University Ma- rine Science Institute, located at Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Conducted by Dr. C. Everett Brett, the six-hour course is taught during the second session of summer school, and is designed for juniors, seniors and graduate students. Earth Science Il is the only prerequisite required for the course. The course of study combines scientific experience with the ecological study of Alabamals Gulf Coast area. Surveying methods are utilized in studying shore processes, sedimenta- tion and mineral deposits. The students also spend two days skin diving at Petit Bois Island studying marine ecology and preparing topographic profiles. The results of these summer research projects are presented in the fall and spring semester courses for further study. 4:21, 'wif' ' r, L Marine Geology F 'XI V K, i i ' IXI S ,N f! I X ,Nu IX 1 1 1 ' ' H--' L l 5 H... v v w r 1 Gr:.i,U.'1Ei" '-"fi swf J' ' , ' 5' T ' M ' 'f,,",1'1lfZf312X- , " 431'15i'1'5i9Hl!Il5i6iif4'Tf1'r Z XX -2 . ,. Mr. Haywood Stricklan Black Studies Last fall the University of Alabama initiated its first series of instruction on the History of the Negro in the United States. According to Mr. Haywood Strickland, instructor of the class last spring, this is a part of American History that has been minimized in almost all presentations. The main impediment to Black Studies is that too many people look upon it as an attempt to propagandize American History or to institute Black History in its place. However, Mr. Strick- land pointed out that Black History is actually an attempt to redress the present imbalance and to bring American History into perspective. "A history of a nation is the history of its people. Ameri- can History is more than economic expansion, the laying of the Railroad, the Western Movement, or even just a study of constitutional squabbles. It is a study of the reaction or interraction between whites and blacks from the moment they set foot on this shore. The history of the Black Ameri- can began a long time ago. For North America at least, it goes back to the landing of the twenty 'Negars' on the East- ern coast, and the whole study of American History ought to show this involvement between whites and blacks during the entire growth of America if it is going to denote the complete and undistorted history of this country." "As an attempt was made to define a status for everyone in America, living arrangements, accommodations, and an economic way of life had to be defined in which the two races could live together. But what status would each of these people have at a given time, not just in the South, but in the North as well? In order to define a status for the Black American and assert white superiority, White America had to eliminate the black-man as a person and to debase him. American history has depicted the Negro as being happiest when under white domain. The green, cigar smoking baphoon, the shrilly, weeping housemaid, and the simpleton depicted in Gone With The Wind represented the American concept of the Blacks. 'Amos and Andy', a more modern interpretation of the same concept, has become abusive to Blacks in recent years, possibly because it was presented not as a regular cartoon or comedy series, but rather as a portrayal of Black America. Though some Negros may have been like Amos and Andy and many still may be, the vast majority are not. Black Studies attempts to show American blacks as they really are and to establish the positive achievements of Black America that have been systematically distorted and eliminated in the past." "In this sense, Black History is propaganda because it tries to get white orientated American history to present the total picture and to emphasize the interreaction between black and white America. But when full credit is given to the blacks for laying the foundations of economic America, especially in the South, the propaganda aspect will probably end. The only way this can be done is not just by rewriting textbooks, but by emphasizing classroom experiences begin- ning in the first grade and continuing through college. Textbook changes and supplementary material should be used to make a course more relevant and stronger. Only when this is done will the necessity for a separate Black Studies program as 'fpropagandan be ended? Mr. Strickland commented that here at the University of Alabama as throughout America, the institution of a Black Studies program ought to result from well-planned, well- researched recommendations made by the administrators, faculty, and the students. This is the only way it can be termed legitimate. On the whole, if a course or two is just thrown into a curriculum as a result of demands, it will never be a true child of any department. 'fThe tragedy of Black Studies is not that it was born in violence or threats, but that academia did not realize long ago the legitimacy of black participation in the American process," Mr. Strick- land asserted. For Black Studies to be relevant at the Uni- versity, the University itself must actively direct its course. . . 'V l H: 4' W-M ga, w 72 if 'VR 45- K KA I Wa , f-IQ 'L lg 1271? ""A zf,F41 . 'KmfQw '52'M ' 545 523 . 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It is aimed at the development of the whole man or woman who is not only capable of producing the great technical innovations which our society will demand in increasing number, but who can also take his proper place as an informed and concerned member of society in the solu- tion of its non-technical problems as well. One measure of the success of the College of Engineering in achieving this development is the exceptionally large number of its gradu- ates to be found throughout the nation in positions of leader- ship in industry, business, government, education, and private practice. Within the College of Engineering it is possible to select from eight different bachelor of science and eleven master of science degrees, as well as courses of study leading to Educa- tional Specialists in Engineering or Doctor of Philosophy. A very important part of the Engineering program is the role that the division of Research and Graduate studies takes. At present the University is involved with some iB500,000 worth of research projects sponsored by such organizations as NASA, Union Carbide, Alabama Industries, the Highway Department, the National Science Foundation, the Depart- ment of the Interior, and the Department of Defense. Once the University receives a grant the project is organized to include a faculty member, who serves as principle investi- gator, several staff associates, graduate students, and some part-time undergraduates. Many of these projects not only serve as an extra means of support for graduate students, but a basis for many of their thesises and dissatations. The re- search projects themselves include such activities as measur- ing the endurance of physical capabilities in the Human Fac- tors Lab to developing a telemetry communication system for the Saturn rocket in Aerospace studies. Engineering has become the science of today, and the Uni- versity of Alabama is proud to be taking such an active role. The College of Engineering holds the distinction of having developed one of the few automated classrooms now in opera- tion. What this entails is an electronic system using digital circuits whereby each student can respond to questions asked, whether yes-no, true-false, or multiple choice, by closing one or more switches in front of him which are then transmitted to the instructor's master console. The students' response box is enclosed, thus insuring privacy of answers and prevention of embarrassment as well as any outside influence of thinking. The twofold purpose of this technique enables the instructor to ascertain the classj comprehension of the topic and how each individual student answered, while indicating to the class both the correct answer and the number of students responding correctly. This useful feedback is displayed to both the students and the instructor on the master console. The system was designed by a U.A. graduate student, Walter Douglas Rogers, Jr. Unlike most automated classrooms now in use, this particular one has a memory system whereby a set of counters not only records, but accumulates the number of correct responses for each student. Although currently in use only within the College of Engineering, the basic concept has widespread applicability for many subject areas. It could play a particularly effective role in a large classroom situation by providing a means for the instructor to com- municate with his students on both an individual and collec- tive basis. i I "-ra--- Latin American Program One of the most significant elements of an outstanding program of teacher ed- ucation is the practical application of educational theory and knowledge in a teaching center. The Latin American Student Teaching Program is an effort to establish a more comprehensive and v a l u a b l e experience for prospective teachers. The program seeks to take into account the kinds of understandings and attitudes which are required in our modern society. The Latin American Student Teaching Program began as an experimental pro- gram during the 1961 Spring Semester. The reaction of all involved has been most gratifying. Both the student teach- ers and the faculty believe the program to be one of outstanding educational value. In post evaluation conferences, the student teachers have been highly favorable to all aspects of the program and enthusiastically recommend its con- tinuation. In addition to the basic purposes of the program and its contributions to the development of young people for inter- national understanding in education and goodwill, the program also offers an experience which is both enjoyable and fulfilling. While on location in the Latin American Country, the student lives with a family near to where he works. and is afforded the opportunity to ob- serve and learn to appreciate the cus- toms of that culture. While observing, learning and teaching, there is adequate time to travel around the vicinity and see the local attractions and places of interest to tourists. The University of Alabama will be of- fering its students an opportunity to live and work in a foreign country at a time when the United States needs citizens able to move effectively in a complex society. This society brought together by rapid communications and trans- portation is still many worlds apart cul- turally and psychologically. The task is to come together not only in time and space, but in human relationships and understandings. Our student teachers can bring to their classrooms the un- derstandings and appreciations learned in Latin America, 5 1 1 76 Latin American Program The program has continued to grow in size and quality. As many as twenty- five student teachers have participated, in a single semester, and the program has been expanded to include Puebla, Gradalajara, M o n t e r r e y, in Mexi- co, Cali, Cartegena, and Barranquilla, Colombia, and Quito and Grayaquil, Ecuador. Looking ahead, several kinds of oppor- tunities may present themselves as a re- sult of this contact in Latin America. Teacher and pupil exchange programs, opportunities to s e r v e as consultants and directors of study programs, par- ticipation in seminars and workshops, and research are kinds of activities which might be possible for the future and which would provide opportunities for many people to work with educators and educational programs in another culture. , . ff-f 'l , ,,,, Special Education The school year 1970-71 will be an important one for the Department of Special Education in the College of Educa- tion and the University of Alabama when it becomes one of the very few schools in the nation to offer a degree on the Bachelor's Level in Special Education. In the past a student could obtain certification through majoring in Elementary or Secondary Education and taking Special Education courses, but now a student may work toward a Bachelor of Science degree from one's freshman year. This will be in addition to the Masters of Arts already offered by the department and the Doctor of Education which is a cooperative degree with the Department of Curriculum Study and Research. The Special Education Department is primarily concerned with the training of teachers for the mentally retarded, physically handicapped, and emotionally disturbed. A joint program with the Department of Speech prepares teachers of the deaf. Students enrolled in the department, along with the required course work, have the opportunity to participate in practicum settings at Partlow State School and Hospital for the Mentally Retarded, Bryce Hospital for the Mentally Ill, Center for Developmental and Learning Disorders in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa, Talladega School for the Deaf and Blind, State Crippled Childrenls Services, Spain Re- habilitation Center, and in special classes within the public schools. There is an extreme manpower shortage in the field of special education and opportunities for career advance- ment are opened as new programs develop for the education of handicapped children and youth, programs in which the University of Alabama is taking a major part both in state and now the nation. ,, ri . s 3 a r a : , s5. 5i:. qgQ.,Q1,j31Q53 , A g 5- . Q , sv .hz . ' L-Mme r :,, .X Special Education Since the summer of 1965 the Hackberry House has been the scene of a unique and intensive program to provide within a six weeks period numerous and varied experiences for the multiple handicapped. These include social experi- ences, academic work, and a coordinated swimming and recreational program. The project is federally funded and the University students who participate not only receive academic credit and valuable training but S75 a week plus tuition and fees. 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In keeping with the educational aims of the Arboretum, a primary ob- jective has been to display effectively a complete collection of labelled trees and shrubs native to the Southeast. The educational opportunities provided by the Arboretum encompass more than the identification of plants. For example, University classes frequently meet at the Arboretum to gain firsthand infor- mation about many additional aspects of botony: how plants grow and repro- duceg where they grow with respect to light, temperature and soil conditions, and how they grow in association with other plants and animals. Since the summer of 1958 the Univer- sity of Alabama's. Biology Department has been developing the Arboretum on approximately 60 acres of land, nearly all donated by the Federal Government for the purpose. It is located directly behind the University Golf Course and is opened to all students as well as the public. 'QA Q' A. Alabama Defender Program The Law School has initiated its first direct-action project- The Alabama Defender Program. Under the joint auspices of the University of Alabama and the National Defender Project CFord Foundationj, the ADP is providing direct student assistance to defend accused indigents. Student assistance is furnished court appointed counsel in Tuscaloosa county, in felony and juvenile cases at preliminary hearings, during interrogation, trial, appeal and petition for certiorari as well as in habeas corpus and post-conviction proceedings. ln addition the ADP offers a statewide legal research service which includes the preparation of legal memoranda for any court appointed counsel or any judge in the state. The Alabama Defender Program has initiated special educa- tional benefits for law students interested in criminal law. Special courses and seminars in criminal procedure including clinical training with the participation of practicing defense counsel, prosecutors and judges are now available at the University. The Program also sponsors a weekly "jail inven- toryv to prevent undue incarceration, to encourage release on nominal bail and to aid in determinations of eligibility for assigned counsel. The ADP is also involved in developing continual legal education for members of the bar. This has taken the form of several published works on Alabama criminal law and constitutional developments as well as speaking engagements and individual assistance. Alabama Law Institute 'Km The Alabama Law Institute was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1967 as an official advisory law revision, law reform and legal research agency of the State of Alabama. Membership in the Institute includes leading lawyers, judges, law professors, and officials of the State of Alabama. The Institute is designed to devise and carry out a plan of con- tinuous revision of the Alabama Code, to carry on scholarly discussion of current problems, and to make recommenda- tions to the legislature concerning needed improvements in the substantive and adjective law of the state. The principal offices of the Alabama Law Institute are located at the Law School and the Director is a member of the law faculty. Members of the law faculty have also under- taken to conduct research for the Institute which Will lead to drafting statutes proposed for consideration by the Ala- bama Legislature. It is expected that students will be afforded the opportunity to participate in the projects of the Alabama Law Institute. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Judge William H. Key, Jr., Mr. Eh- ney A. Camp, Jr., Judge Eris F. Paul, Mr. Ernest G. Williams, Dr. F. David Mathews, Judge Thomas S. Lawson, Chairman pro-tem, Mr. J. Rufus Bealle, secretary to the Board, Mr. Thomas D. Russell, Mr. John A. Cad- dell, Judge Daniel T. McCall, Jr., Mr. Sam Earle Hobbs CNot pictured are the Honorable Albert P. Brewer, the Honorable Winton M. Blount, and Dr. Ernest Stonej. GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA Albert P Brewer 3'-'1 ' 84 PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA Dr. F. David Mathews X qs ,tx 'z ' -H Edison B. Allen Larry T. McGehee Vice President of Development EX8CLlfive ViCe President Richard Thigpen Executive Assistant to the President 86 C. T. Sharpton Vice President for Physical Planning Raymond F. McLain Vice President for Academic Affairs J. Rufus Bealle University Attorney and Land Commissioner sr f, Jefferson J. Coleman Director of Alumni Affairs ana' Alumni Secretary X -.JJ ff' Joseph T. Sutton Vice-President for Institutional Analysis Dr. J oab Thomas Dean of Student Development Charles T. Moore Assistant Vice President for Programs James C. Wilder Administrative Director for University Relations 89 i Richard W. Gregory Glenn Stillion Director of Development Assistant Dean of Student Life Sarah L. Healy Associate Dean for Student Development 90 "WA" .,,, v .il ,X ,,J ' X , .V Oz' I V , - 1 . f Col. Clark O, Thornton Professor of Aerospace Studies Col. John T. O'Keefe Professor of Military Science 91 Mary A. Crenshaw Dean ofthe School of Home Economics Paul G. Orr Dean of the College of Education Paul Garner Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration , -Ax. V H.. Lear Douglas E. Jones l College of Engineering Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 93 Howard B. Gundy Dean on the School of Social Work Eric Rodgers Dean of the Graduate School . 3, x. ffx -aw: Tj E El f-55 E if 'Yi' fx i lf Q - .. "' 25 If y , Y ! I E 5 I. , Daniel J. Meador Dean ofthe School of Law ,A J C X. 63 Eric Baklanoff Dean for International Programs John R. Morton Dean of the Extension Division William S. Hoole University Librarian Hubert E. Mate Dean offldmissions and Records 96 L. Tennent Lee, Jr. Director of the Summer School Col. Beverly M. Leigh Director of Safety and Security I , 1 Q 1-1 1-Q, Q - 1 ' -Q Il I ..,, 1 , 1 4 .. -1, ,, 1 '- 'l V 4, NK- A-.n'1- 5 "H 'Q 5 "M ' ' , u- TUDE T LIFE Homecoming John Thomas, Jim Langford, Harold Ward, Sara Skipper, Tony Davis, chairman, Dianne Tate, Tommy Chapman, Don Gilbert, Durik Hayden. 4 df M, g. ,ig If-af gm f yi I . A? ,gg E . 15 9 L5-, fm . , 6 Eps- 75,24 102 3 ' 'ref 'Pix I I f 4,1 W . i. ,..-.il Alabama University Center All students at the University of Alabama are members of the University Center. The Center exists because of the stu- dents Who create, organize, promote and attend its many functions. But more than that, the events are designed by student com- mittee members to give students and their families, faculty and staff a sense of belonging to the University community and to give positive direction to the extra curricular life on campus. Through the planning, executing and evaluation of these events the University Center promotes the development 4 of leadership potential in its committee members. The programming budget for the University Center is pro- vided by the Student Government Association out of the stu- dent activity fee. This budget is administered by the Presi- dent of the University Center and the chairmen who head up the various committees comprising the University Center Program Council. Membership on committees is open to any student who wishes to become 'kinvolvedi' and desires an ac- tive voice in planning the extra-curricular activities at the University. ienfieldg Director, Alabama University Center Lilliong Asst. Dean of Student Development, Dean of Tom Canterburyg President, Alabama University Center Q 'Em 1 J--. , . 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Married Students-Plan dances, programs, films, classes, etc., for married students and their families. Dances and Special Events-sponsors dances, parties, cele- brations and "social activitiesi' for the entire student body. Films-presents an interesting array of major Hollywood productions as well as special pop-art, educational and doc- umentary films. Games and Outdoor Recreation-organizes tournaments and sends winners to the ACU-I games tournaments. Promotes special events and interest groups such as Bama Sky Divers, Scuba Diving, etc. Art Committee-arranges for exhibits for the University Center Art Gallery. Works with the art department in plan- ning shows and sales of student art work. Travel Center-promotes interest in and information about the various student-study and travel programs available. Pro- motes special "vacation tours" for students. Festival of Arts-Brings to the University a variety of well known figures in the arts as well as promotes interest in our own campus production and concerts. Crimson Girls-Conduct campus tours, serve at receptions and act as official hostesses for major campus events. W. .f X'-t -sms? - :W-s... COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-Row one: Judy Clements. Candace Mathis. Row two: Ken Novak, Tom Canterbury, Leon Maiset.Row three: Bob Tanner. Andy McMahan, Moses Jones. Row four: Al Kitchen. GAMES COMMITTEE-Row one: Darryl Westfall, Philip Von Scherpenzeal, Bob Tanner, Kay Stochdale, Larry Vavrinek, Rebecca Hogue. Row two: John Helbig, Alan Kobernat, Lance Resemore. f .DQ E -GLC '. T , Alabama University Center Manning Warren, Ken Novak, Jane McCarty. STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE: Lee Vann Self, Jeanne Deloney, Richard Delaney, Al Kitchen, Bob McMasters. 109 4 Q .1 . - I. 4 -vo ., f.-... , 7' lag.: .U ' J .---r - g' l n ,sf xx. Q, f? E l , ' - . , . 1 U . a u x n aa M I W r "- 21 M 3 f - x ' . I ,, y 14 , aa , ff: J 7 1- .-' ,- -I , ,A F--.Q , l? sl I .4 R ' M uw- E s is , 4 -x is zwzl f , 2, 2 1 'RAN' g l ' Eg x '1'ix- AQ 4. E W 'V" h 5 4 ', X, A 5 gi , Q 94 a N 1 if 1. if R X .y if V in W may YT-5, 1 if 25 2 74 , Q A im W 1 Q X 4-,K My 5 . . yi . X K mxs X, ., E David Fry Fifth Demension :H Stevie Wonder Glen Yarbourgh emphasis 1969 Joseph Yablonsky is a renowned sociologist from the state of California. His book, "The Hippie Trip", is considered to be a revolu- tionary work in human identification. Alan Cranston was elected to the U. S. Sen- ate for the first time in 1968. He has served as the president of United World Federalists from 1949 to 1952. He has also written a best-seller, "Killing of Peace". H4 lm A veteran newsman, Peter Jennings joined the news staff of the American Broadcasting Company in 1964. He has traveled through most ofthe 50 states and has covered events in Japan, Thailand, Italy, France, England, Egypt. Santo Domingo, and the Soviet Union. 4-lim -QQ Malcolm Boyd turned away from a successful career in television and film to study the ministry. He is the author of "Are You Run- ning With Me, Jesus?" N h ww Adam Clayton Powell is a Congressman in the U. S. House of Representatives from the "ghetto" of Harlem. He is a flamboyant, thought-provoking orator, whose purpose is to create understanding and activism in the American public. Robert Weaver had the distinction of being the first Negro cabinet member and the first Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. ll5 Al Lowenstein set out in 1967 and 1968 to do two things many said were impossible: defeat President Johnson and have himself elected as one of New York City's congress- men. He succeeded at both. Douglas Cater is an Alabama native who has been successful as a journalist and author. His books include, "Power in Washington". He recently served as special assistant to the President. Ernest Hollings, a U. S. Senator from South Carolina, became the center of controversy in his home state when he testified in Senate hearings in favor of aid to the poor. This year's version of Emphasis, the University of Alabama speaker's program, underwent several important changes. 1. The forum, originally a one week event in the spring, was converted into a series of monthly sessions through- out the academic year. This action was taken in order to retain greater student interest and attendance and to provide better known speakers of many and varied philosophies. 2. A policy of increased speaker-student contact was initiated in a twofold manner: open receptions were held at various campus sites following the main por- tions of each Emphasis program. Emphasis escorts were chosen largely at random, giving students a greater chance to participate in program mechanics, and dis- cover the human side of the speakers, a side hardly revealed in public. Despite these structural and policy innovations, the central goal of Emphasis since its inception in 1966 has remained unchanged-to provide in a neutral form-many varied philosophies and speakers, so that students, through a pro- cess of thought synthesis and discussion-may form a fresh- er, more rational perspective toward the events and issues resulting from interaction in an evolving world. EMPHASIS COMMITTEE Row one: Susie Raby, Ree Kiely, Val- orie Converse, Susan Donald, Tom Gordon, Chairman. Row two: Barbara Bush, Margaret Lee, Barbara Plummer, Charlotte Ward, Grace Bushnell. Row three: Lawrence Ward, Mike Watson, James Tait, Business Manager. Row four: .lim Mullins, John Croft, Pub- licity Coordinator, Larry Cottle. Not pictured: Patty Culbert, Joseph Macksoud, Tim Raines, Steve Copeland, David Gardner, Harold Ward, Mary Ellen Ford, Ken Wade. Fayette now has a mayor of all the people, something we have never had before. And 1, along with the three or four other black mayors in this country, have to prove to white America that we're not going to use our powers as mayor to get back at them. Charles Evers ' . tg: gay' - Rss Don't make the same mistakes we did. We were so busy learning how to make a living, we forgot to learn how to live. Dick Gregory A I felt it was important that somebody test the city to see whether or not the people of Los Angeles were ready to make their judgement on the basis ofa man's qualifications, his ability, what he proposes to do for the city rather than on the irrelevantfactor ofhis race. Thomas Bradley In terms of attendance, audience response, and substantive discussion, the first program could be termed a success-but more important, as the evening ended, black and white were not only talking but listening to each other, just because of this, the program could be termed a triumph. A Foster throng of 2,000 watched as Dick Gregory, Charles Evers, and Thomas Bradley gave their own unique versions of the black experience. His anger splotched with drops of humor, comedian Gregory continually delighted and muted the audience with his pro- found insights into black problems and their possible solu- tions. Mississippi Mayor Evers, regarded by some black and White militants as an Uncle Tom, impressed the crowd with his sincerity and down to earth realism regarding black-white relations. Los Angeles City Councilman Bradley, softspoken and artic- ulate, spoke of black problems in an urban context and the significance of black participation in urban elections. + . The same type of officers will staff a volanteer army as a regular array. Certainly those in the corporal ranks are not going to take over. Senator Robert Packvvood One month prior to the implementation of the draft lottery system, Senators Ribicoff and Packwood spent an evening in Foster devoted to an analysis of the nation's Selective Service System. Senator Ribicoff, a former Democratic governor of Connecti- cut and Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare under John Kennedy, had reservations regarding a volunteer army and urged substantial draft reform. Defending the COIlCCpt of a volunteer army, Senator Pack- wood told the audience that a 552 billion increase in expendi- tures needed to finance the volunteer system was a legiti- mate worry. but that the added funds would make the army a more desirable career for a young man. Proceedings of the drag? are conafueted like sacred rituals. The rules are garbled. We shoaldrft approve a system that leaves a man in limbo for six years. Senator Abraham Ribicoff Dissent-positive constructive dissent is central to the healthy functioning of a democracy. It must be protected and pre- served. Winton Blount Technology must be adapted to the consumer, rather than the consumer to technology. Ralph Nader Upon arriving at the U of A campus, Postmaster General Winton Blount and his aides were rather disturbed to see the poster publicizing his speech. Blount preferred to speak on thc quality of American life. That evening in Morgan Auditorium, the quality of American life seemed to be in a state of flux. A youthful protestor was physically threatened by some so-called responsible adults who happened to disagree with his anti-war stand. An effete corps of impudent freaks performed numerous theatrics throughout the evening in an unsuccessful attempt to pro- voke Blount. Both sides were probably disappointed with Blount's speech, since it was conciliatory, rational and even commendable. The Postmaster General stated that the American system has not readjusted to the politics of confrontation. It clearly rejects those methods. And so those who practice them be- come increasingly angry in rhetoric-increasingly impotent in action and increasingly frustrated. There is the danger that their frustration may lead them to acts which will bring the weight of the majority down on them. He hadn't eaten since noon, and a frantic travel schedule had left him nearly exhausted. He had refused to fly to Tusca- loosa in the provided University plane, the feels that non- commercial aircraft are the most unsafe means of transporta- tionj but had practically flown there anyway via a hastily rented automobile. Having arrived at Foster, he removed his safety belt and shoulder harness, walked directly to the speaker's podium to greet the crowd that had awaited him for more than an hour. Denouncing everything from hot dogs to unsafe automobiles, Ralph Naderls powerhouse ad- dress was interrupted repeatedly by laughter and applause. The following Naderisms were included in that address: On auto safety, "We have the technology now to make an almost completely safe car, a car in which human beings could crash at 60 miles per hourf' On air pollution, ffWhen you walk down the streets of Tus- caloosa or any other city today, you are being subjected to forced pollution. This is a new kind of environmental vio- lencef' On the food industry, f'We are in a frito-lay syndrome where a donut doesn't pass muster unless it disintegrates when touchedf' Tom Gordon, Chairman 1970 Emphasis Committee Abbie Hoffman March 16, 1970... Senator Wayne Morse did not come. Abbie Hoffman was not allowed to Come George Wallace should not have Come. FREEDOM OF SPEECH . .. OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHT? George Wallace Sen. Wayne M0186 121 A Wrong Must Die- War Before A Right May Begin- Peace Moratorium October 15. A day in retrospectg a day in contemplation ot the future. A problem, a situation, enjoyable for fifteen years. When did your consciousness of the War begin? Progress has been made? People no longer ask why? War is an understandable art? The Vietnamese do patronize America? That red, white and blue stands for non-imperialism? Americans must realize that they are the father Cmotherj of the world? America must be right? God is on our side? Z I Dr. Hugh Ragsdale Dr. Russel Bryant 4 Dr. Salvadore Presco Dr. Ronald R. Robel Jay W. Murphy, Professor 0fLaw 125 l97O Corolla lt has not been an easy year for the COROLLA. It is not easy to complete a yearls work in half a year, but on Febru- ary 15, 1970, the COROLLA was indeed completed. None of us on the staff will be the same. Those who shouldered the burden ot' the work are now a product of shattered nerves produced by ringing telephones, zooming typewriters, hours of planning and replanning, and the constant chatter of those who spent their time trying to get out of work. These now face the pangs of a guilty conscious. Those of us who stuck with it can be proud of a great accomplishment--survival- and after all, that is what the world, and life, is all about. lsn't it? Adelaide Kilgrow, Eclilar ,arry Montgomery, Business Manager Jim Walton, Our Photo Flash 11 f f 5 1 ,wr-v-A ei. lr . x ,X 1 2,1 Ann Jobson, Layout Editor Ann Brooks, Contributor Suzanne Richards, Managing Edif01' losemary Lollar, Omce Manager Zoe Haynes, Assistant Ojice Manager Tommy Cash, Copy Editor X X ff ' K, ' ' gf I , xx f I X -. 3' 1 1, 3, , S m1:w1e:1asxf:xQv.:fs-fs xr zA'axwx 1:-1-. Emi 3 ,mf Bill Partridge, Research v, , x is X x s Andy Chitwood, Studenl Life s x x , , xx 4 N 121 V1 E fi- A , ii Eli Capilouto, Features '10 ' 5529 -.m'sau,,L..: J,--. " . Vickie Weldon, Index .is "QF-'FF f x X... Q. :Y J'-A 4-:S 'evtigr V Dianne Payne, Features Chris Matthews, Carolyn Fievet, Organizations c i ,R Y FE , 1 ? ' 5 . , f 7 . 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Or as a now-cliche say- ing, for a chain of newspaper puts it: nGive light and the people will find their own way,'. 130 Donna Bible L J Panther, National Ad Manager K- .-sys g r www? ' 4, A -N. X - in if 4 ,. V Vg. gjefsy if: ,sh 'QQ ra-'-4 . fs' ' Mg Qt N W sag 5 1 P Q -' ,502 -'A-r' 'kiss ' A W ' wnY'J 61 .r ff? ' n-3553.4 . ,-is pg if i Q fx Sn- i Rick Young, Sports Editor 4, fir? Gritts Morris, Business Manager 4? CS I 9 Kathy Cloud, Office Managerg Charles Dodson, Salesman. Q74 Sifzi 1-Fi Yvonne Saliba Charlotte Higgin, Political AjYairs Editor Lois Cobb Jane Hardesty Sheila Stinnett Kathy Dorlon Linda Schnell Betty Booth Charlotte Ward Faye Barrett Nancy Skipper Yancey Nowles Jean Roberts AWS Lois Cobb, President BOARD OF DIRECTORS President First Vice President Second Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chairman, Women,s Residence Hall Council Director of Education Director of Community Affairs Director of Programs Director of Publicity Director of Publications 4 This year AWS has emphasized the importance of the indi- vidual in many aspects of campus life. In reference to the administration, AWS had a voice in the selection of the President of the University and the Dean of Student Develop- ment. Also AWS had a vital part in the resolution of the Quad issue. With the help of AWS Programs, whether on the educational or entertainment level, residence halls have become more than simply a place to live. Students have been 'given a chance to help other University students and earn extra money through the Tutorial Program. Assisting all campus groups is the new Programs Speaker Guide which lists sub- jects. Students were given a chance to exhibit their knowl- edge during Bama Bowl, in which representatives from residence halls and sororities competed for a trophy. Another aspect of AWS in 1970 was its Community Action Program, which served as co-ordinator of all volunteers on campus. These volunteers worked in various institutions such as Bryce, Partlow, and the VA Hospital. A vital part of this program was to help whole communities organize and achieve their goals. Other trends in AWS include a more vigorous relaxing of living rules, among which are self-regulated hours for junior and senior women and an extended week day curfew. 4 rn., Charlotte Ward, Sheila Stinnett, Yancey Knowlin, Margaret Lee, Nancy Skipper, Jean Roberts, Faye Barrett. 135 H f, 4, w,,..,.... - y a A 223 AAL ill' Cathy Wright, Kathy Dorlon, Linda Schnell, Lois Cobb. 136 lg . 'X,-11" .ag hflzffl 0 Y . Mmm-f . gr 7 ,m.,.,-1 0 ,, '- . --,.sn,.'. .M ,M,,W M M f M .Wm ,gswh 7"v K4 ,H+ uw Student Government is characterized by a steadily growing progressive entente, a slowly fading political structure, and by an attitude which is finally emerging out of a state of nonchalance into one of active concern for the initiation of programs for the student welfare. To relate these three images into a single interpretation of the present situation, it can simply be said that Student Government is undergoing a series of changes which are all for the better. During recently passed years, the Student Government As- sociation has been operating on principles of structural theory, which by their very nature are not conducive to prac- tical or effective operation. Having observed both the policies and accomplishments of these SGA administrations, l feel that they lent themselves more toward an attitude of accom- modation and complacency than toward a program of excel- lence. An example of this situation can be seen in our over- extended maintenance of a Nbicamerall' system of legislative organization. This system is compared with and opposed to a ffunicameralw system. The bicameral legislature has many of the aspects of the optimistic theory found in our political heritage. lt provides for a dual check on both legislators and legislation, it indirectly supports the theory of minority rights, and it is perhaps conducive to a more thorough ap- praisal of legislation. On the other hand, however, the uni- cameral system creates those conditions which are conducive to a more practical application of legislative efforts. Not only does it obviously generate expediency, but also through a strengthened legislative committee system, through the possible application of suggestions from the combined re- sources of forty legislators in one place at one time, and through its call for a necessarily thorough combined first and last perusal of legislation, this system seems to couple expediency with the deciding factor in favor of unicameral- ism-efficiency. Tim Russell, Executive Assistant .4 Student Government Association ww M? 7? N "' -ff i if XJ- f' , fe .X . y , ---X---L x y , it - .j"fr T 'lj :,, W, fi Warren Herlong, President ij? i 555 E 4' A' R 1 A 5 .ff Henry Agee, Sec.-treas. 6 W tN8?4s.Q.M s. 5 3 .3 2 fa' If A MM' 'f fr aaa Q . rf + ff W, ln' ,Z W 1 43 . , J, Q? Joe Estep, Vice-Pres. 'VN Approximately two months ago the President of the SGA appointed eight legislators and one executive assistant to serve on a constitutional revision committee, whose purpose was to draft a new constitution based upon those principles which the committee members, after a reevaluation of the present structure, felt would survive both a long period of time and a series of minor attitude changes. lt was in this committee where the first combined impetus for actual change originated. It was this group that first reluctantly, then enthusiastically endorsed the unicameral system of legis- lature, that endorsed the idea that all students regardless of class rank should be allowed to run for any office Cthereby not restricting possible talent from the SGA theatre of opera- tionb, and that endorsed the acceptance of the Associated Women Students as a credible organization in the Student Government philosophy. CThat AWS is indeed deserving of a free hand in its attempts to create both excellent programs, and an atmosphere conducive to a realization by campus females that they are people too, and so inherently are equal.J These, along with several other suggestions that came from the committee, are exemplary of new practical approach toward student government. Elaine Sills, Exec.-assistant 139 The most important steps taken by SGA this year are to be seen in the form of two significant realizations. The first of these is that no longer can SGA continue to play its role of reactor to necessary campus reforms and their related move- ments, and still be considered a successful representative of the student body. That instead the most preferable role for student government is that of innovator. The second realiza- SGA House " of Representatives Front: John Harrison, Speaker of the House. Row one: Richard Jaffey, Joan Howington, Suz- anne Carter, Suzanne Sloan, Wanda Welch, Dee Gardner, Cathy Johnson, Cathy Wright, Roger Lee. Row two: Georgia Baughman, Janis Ep- person, Lamar Carden, Glenn Tubbs, Row three: Tommy Smitherman, Manning Warren, Mere- dith Nlorgan, Hank Taliferro, Dickie Winstead, Steve Windom, Tony Cothran, Tom Haines, Jake Bivona. Row four: Tommy Barber, Robert Cosbey, Steve Smith, Don James. tion has manifested itself in the adoption of a new interpreta- tion concerning the function and scope of student government. In its constitution, there is a statement that relates to function. It denotes that the SGA exists for the welfare of all students at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. For a first time there are those individuals in the Student Government who recognize that there are organizations on campus, which if allowed, could more directly serve the interests of particular segments of the student body. They also recognize to best serve the interests of these students, SGA should give an extended leeway to operations unique to these organizations. An ex- ample of this is found in the newly won constitutional free- dom of the Associated Women Students. Along with these two innovations there have also been those accomplishments which are concerned less with the theory and more with the actual operation of the SGA. These accomplishments fall into two categories: those which deal with the student welfare, and those concerned with student entertainment and cultural ap- preciation. Following are listed several of those programs established in the realm of student welfare: the Student Loan Fund, the establishment of a new judiciary system, the opera- tion of a Student Government Book Exchange, the organizing of the Off-Campus Association, the creation of a student draft counseling service, and the expansion of both the Emphasis and Faculty-Course Evaluation programs. In the sphere of student entertainment and cultural enjoyment, the following advances have been made: the abolition of the Cotillion Club and its restructuring into the Student Entertainment Commit- tee Ca non-profit organization under the supervision of the SGAJ, the fine job done by the Alabama University Center in bringing diverse cultural programs to the University cam- pus Cranging from the maintenance of its own art gallery to the Glenn Yarborough Showj, and finally those gestures by SGA to the people of Tuscaloosa such as the Hilaritas pro- gram of December 13, 1969. Q H: 'Pi N The most practical, realistic and productive plan of opera- tion for Student Government would be one based in part on principles of Uadministrated professionalism? This in gen- eral Would be a situation where the members of the execu- tive department of SGA would be non-students or students taking a maximum of three hours Whose sole responsibilities would be to conduct the day-to-day operations of the Student Government. These officers would be appointed by a com- mittee of students who would be representatives from all main student service and cultural organizations, on campus. For realization of such a plan there has to be a reevaluation and eventually reorganization of both the physical structure of SGA and of the psychological prejudices against this change. Perhaps, each year new advances may be made to! ward this end. For example, the changes this year which resulted in the elimination of the age qualifications needed to hold major SGA offices. In conclusion, I consider significant both the self-reevalua- tion of SGA purpose and scope, and the large increases in both the entertainment services. As the operation of Student Government inclines to the side of efficiency, practicality, and excellence, so does its image. This move is vital 'to SGAQ it is important that SGA come across as an organization 'I capable of fulfilling certain ends. For the significance and effectiveness of Student Government today lies in the pro- .. r . as mise of its future potential. N. Ll ,..-i . ,,i,,,,,,..-.S-em rw. .- - , ,WW -. , Q , sv H.-f Mark Mandell, Arts and Sciences Senator SGA Senate Seated: Joe Estep, Vice-presidentg Dee Gardner, Secretary. Front row: John Wymer, Jim Ziegler, Eli Capiluto, Candy Walton, Patty Duke, Donna Dearman, Dianne Tate, Tony Davis, Tim Crump, Warren Wall. Back row: George Faulkner, Caine O'Rear, Rod Graves, Charles Lockhard, John Bostick, Larry Menefee, Andy Chitwood, Mark Mandell, Larry Auerback. 141 Interfraternity Council The Inter-fraternity Council of the University of Alabama is the governing body of the twenty-six social fraternities on campus. Under its present constitution it is divided into three divisions, the legislative, the executive and thejudiciary. The legislative branch is the council itself which is composed of each fraternity president and an additional IFC Repre- sentative from each chapter. The executive branch is com- posed ofthe officers, president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and the standing committee chairman. Our judici- ary is made up of five justices, four associates and one chief justice. There are four goals which the Interfraternity Council works toward. First, to encourage participation among members of the individual fraternities to raise the standards of the entire fraternity system. Second, provide fraternity support for the programs of the University. Third, establish relations with proper University officials in order to facilitate the understanding between the University's administration and the fraternities. Fourth, encourage expansion and develop- ment of the fraternity system. We in the IFC Welcome those who are interested in frater- nities to come by any time and talk with us about your in- terest. Alabama Panhellenic Association Martha Brazil, rush coor.g Jan Moraques, secretaryg Suzanne Sloan, vice presidentg Ella Solomons, president, Marsha Kay Phillips, trea- surerg Barbara Jones, publicityg Ann Smith, Panhellenic advisor. E ' W5ms.wi II- 1 143 The Alabama Panhellenic Association is composed of the presidents and Panhellenic representatives of the seventeen sororities on campus. Working to improve sorority inter- relations and to promote the Greek system, Panhellenic par- ticipates in campus activities and engages in various pro- grams to assist the university community, such as the joint IFC-Panhellenic Thanksgiving Food Drive. 0ne of the ma- jor purposes of Panhellenic is the co-ordination of open and closed Rush, during which each year a large percentage of incoming Women students seek to join a sorority. As ex- pressed in the Panhellenic creed, "The opportunity for Wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and help- fulness, is the tenet by which We strive to livef' Men's Residence Hall Council The Men's Residence Hall Council is composed of the presidents of the men's resi- dence halls and three executive officers. The purpose and goals of the Men's Resi- dence Hall Council are to promote and coordinate the life of the students living in the University's mens' residence halls through its academic, social, and intramural sports programs. The Council also serves as a liaison between the University Hous- ing Office and other campus organizations and the men living in the residence hall sy stem. Rob Walton Rodger Slaughter Russell Parsons John Bailey Alvin Burley Alan Downs John Maynor Burt Huesinger Ed Bessinger Danny Bennett Manny Morales REPRESENTATIVES Abercrombie Hall Clayton Hall Friedman Hall Jones Hall Lewis Hall Lupton Hall Mallet Hall McCorvey Hall Paty Hall C23 Paty Hall C35 Paty Hall C43 4 Alex Seithalil Bill Perry Ran Holladay R. B. Roberts Joe Peerson Jerry Humber James Ellison Tommy Chapman Durick Hayden OFFICERS Paty Hall C53 Palmer Hall Powers Hall Saffold Hall Sommerville Hall Wyman Hall President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer sidence Hall Council all Council serves as a problem solving body for the resi- advisory board for programs and activities in the individual imposed of the President, and one elected delegate from each the Food Service Committee, and the Chairman elected by , Patty Duke: Suzanne Carter, Secretary- son. Row two: Barbara Gilbert, Janet Pruitt, Sally Scarborough, Chairmang Catherine Croy, Vice Chair- Vicki Kelly, Jeanne Deloney, Becky Key, Bonnie Shelton, Linda phanie Pasneker. Toni Sawyer, Judy John- Priola, Susan Adams, Billie Wilks, Glee Tant. 145 Million Dollar Bands . T ,, The fiMillion Dollarn Marching Band performed "live', for over 650,000 football fans and appeared on na- tional television before approximately thirty million viewers. The band's Liberty Bowl performance was described by ABC as their network's finest half-time show for the 1969 football season. This year marked a number of firsts for the uMillion Dollars' Bands: CID a new staff of directorsg C25 the first feature twirler CKaren Rodbergj for the Million Dollar Marching Band, Miss America of Baton Twirl- ingg and C35 the addition of the Crimson and White flags. Under the new staff the concert band program has been expanded to include a Symphony Band, a Wind Ensemble, and a Crimson Variety Band. 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I. l 1 X- L 'wi vlvnha ' , ' . 1921-5 9- --- 5 ' - ' ,. ' . 1 f,:"'f . 4. -' ,V -. M' Lx la ., - ' - - an-5:53 I ws , - N A , . -f 4.7-A -' i. - J, 'Q H.zf?' i'l.. N Q " 'S -.-i , ' . - -, fx , , .fr .- 5 an ,H S 'XX-keen v Q ' A in .,. ff U1 L U A A JN f X Y, Seated: Earl Dunn, director. Standing: Tim Lautzenhiser, asst. di- Steve Stickler, asst. directorg Bill Sim, band president AI Spangler reCtOrg Roger Wolfe, drum majorg Mike McCormack, Larry Russel, assoedirector. 147 A . " 0-.- Y .A I : ,, THPT3- --f Cheerleaders E- Kathy Kinney. Steve Blaisdell Burchfield, David Jones Cynthia Williams, Steve Shockley Strain, Jerry Milan Debbie Thomas, Duane Morgan 149 Concert and Lecture Roberta Peters is one of Americas most beloved singing stars, known around the world to be among the foremost coloratura sopranos of our time. A favorite on major tele- vision programs, Miss Peters' shining voice and radiant presence have everywhere won critical fanfares and a vast and devoted following. Jan Peerce, one of the most popular and distinguished opera stars of our time is familiar to millions on every continent not only through his years of personal appearances and in- numerable RCA Victor records, but because of his perform- ances on radio, television, and films. A Q rw 'sy Vx X K N. X t i b f: . ,fi P 1 , ss. Xe MN K3fki:.f?1gg gg-yy ,sg Few pianists of our day have generated as much excitement and critical superlatives throughout the world as Alexis Weissenberg. He has appeared as soloist with every major orchestra including the Berlin Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Vienna Symphony, Royal Philharmonic, and at lVlilan's famed La Scala. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, Mr. Weissenberg began his piano studies there and later continued his musical education in Israel. After appearing as guest soloist with the New York Philharmonic in 1967, the New York Times called his per- formance "A triumph! There is no doubt about it-Weissen- berg is a powerhousein His current season includes a three month tour of the U.S. He has been re-engaged by the New York Philharmonic and has been soloist with most of the major orchestras of this country. He has been heard in all major capitals of Europe in orchestral or solo recitals. HCABARETQ' the most highly acclaimed musical to capture the hearts and minds of Broadway theatregoers since 'LFid- dler on the Roof," captures all ofthe stunning frenzy and forced gaiety of 1929 Berlin at the start of the slow and ominous encroachment of Hitler's Germany. This national touring company travels with full scenery, props and cos- tumes, and features a company of 60 including a cast of 35 and an orchestra of twelve. The production in every way equals the Broadway version which won the Drama Critic's Circle Award as Best Musical and eight "Tony" Awards. fir The Atlanta Symphony is one of the youngest orchestras to achieve national prominence in the past quarter century. Today it finds itself on the brink of untold greatness with Robert Shaw as music director and conductor in its first permanent home, the magnificent new Symphony Hall, at the Atlanta Memorial Arts Center. Mr. Shaw joined the orchestra in 1967. The first season under Mr. Shaw's direction was hailed by TIME magazine as "an auspicious start to what will undoubtedly be a de- cisive era of growth for both the orchestra and the city." Mr. Shaw has served as Director of Choral Music at the Juillard School of Music and the Berkshire Music Center and appeared as guest conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Sym- phony and the National Symphony. He was founder and con- ductor of the celebrated Robert Shaw Chorale. These beautiful girls and stalwart, magnificent male dancers are the finest to be found in Africa today. They have assem- bled from Mali's rich and mysterious past spectacular num- bers ranging from native village scenes to secret witchcraft and funeral rituals never before seen by White men. The weird and wonderful songs, dances, and acrobatics of the tribes of Mali are fused into one of the most dazzling, CX- plosive and unforgettable stage presentations to tour Ameri- ca in years. THE I CUMP R BLE NEW YORK IOHN REEVES WHITE, Musical Director A Pro Musica concert is an excit- ing excursion into the great musi- cal past. The New York Pro Mus- ica provides concert audiences with a unique opportunity of hearing the glorious musical masterpieces of an age that produced such giants as Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vin- ci and Dante, performed by young singers and instrumentalists who have been Widely acclaimed for their artistry and authenticity. Pro Musica's repertoire is as Wide and as vari-colored as the period that it musically depicts: sacred Works that were performed in such ca- thedrals as Chartres and Notre Dameg lusty songs and dances of the l5th century Germanyg music at once elegant and earthy from Elizabethan Englandg music from the courts of Spain and the Low Countriesg madrigals of the Italian renaissance. FARRAGO Peter von Reichbauer, Editor Genesis Chapter I ln the beginning the Farrago was created. And the Farrago was without form, and voidg and dai was upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of Pete Reichbauer moved upon the face of the waters. And von Reichbauer said, Let there be lightg and ther light. And von Reichbauer saw the light, that it was and von Reiehbauer divided the light from the darkness. And von Reichbauer called the light Alabama's an darkness he called Farrago Cthough he preferred Ma And Alabama's Farrago became the University's mag W' at 4- Q me at Nita ta XX ixixx 1 lg lt , E. eq. -.ti J ., 2 . - X s :ff We 'V "' f M Q E' ff M xxx. . . Fwy X 1 I .MN I r. X H. Eh., , xx ' 'E' f 4 . t ,I 'wk ' i W X N Seated: Jane Peebles, Jo Puryer, Ronald G. Salloway, business man- Jane PeebleS,J0 PUYYCY,-111116 WISC agerg Peter von Reichbauer, editorg James "Popsi" Miller, associate editor. Standing: Don Gilbert, Barry Copeland, layout editorg Mark Wilson, Ben Cooper, Harold Ward, Julie Wise, feature editor. The annual production of the UAB ballet, presents "Sleeping Beauty" and "l-autrec", in the Festival of Arts 1970 program. Pictured above are Mary Collins Blackmon. Helen Dexter, and Larry Bailey fa UAB stuclentj in the Festival of Arts production, "Lautreci'. Pictured to the right are Helen Dexter and Robert Scevers in the pres- entation of "Sleeping Beauty", Repertory l97O. isa Festival of Arts 1 i The Iron Butterfly The Iron Butterfly, of national fame, have thrilled audiences throughout the country with their "hard rock" music. They appeared on campus on March l, 1970, along with the Strawberry Alarm Clock as part of the Festival of Arts program. Each year students line the Union lobby with cultural art Works in an effort of expression toward many and varied attitudes of moral, ethical, and social realism. Festival of Arts John Beecher is a man of dynamic char- acter and enthusiasm. He has delighted audi- ences, especially of university age, with his poems and prose. Beechefs prose book, All Brave Sailors, about his wartime experiences has climbed high on the ladder of national acclaim. 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Three people confront each other, hostile, at first and afraid, but they finally understand each other. The common ingredi- ent for these people is love-or the lack of it. They are also united in another way, which is apparent only in retrospect- death andlor killing. Mr. Glas is guilty of killing in the past, Slow Dance on the Killing Grounds Randall in the present, and undoubtedly Rosie is the killer of the future. Not since the Greek era has a play so closely followed the dictates of tragedy and yet been so modern in thought and action. "Slow Dance on the Killing Ground" is one of the most original plays we have had in our theatre in a long time. l The Glass Menagerie Little tribute needs to be added to the reputation of The Glass Menagerie, an undisputed American classic, or to that of Tennessee Williams, who stands with Eugene O'Neill and the early Arthur Miller as one of three enduring dramatists of America. Each of these artists had his own genius. 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Tech took the ensuing kick-off and marked 75 yards in 18 plays to hold a 10-10 stand-off with the Tide at half-time. Bama found itself in business mid-way in the third period. Hunter hit George Ranager with a bomb which brought the Tide to the Gobbler 10, and on the next play, Ranager scampered into the end zone. With the exception of a Tech field goal, the Bama defense held the Gobblcrs and the Tide emerged victoriously. 174 'Q , ali? , ' 'ff wwwmwwwf 175 Southern Mississippi The heralded Crimson Tide offense finally came to life against an out- classed Southern Mississippi team. When the afternoon finally ended, the men in red had amassed 31 first downs, 345 yards rushing and 224 passing in thrashing the Southerners 63-14. A The Tide rode the passing arm of Scott Hunter to 35-7 lead and then Coach Bryant emptied the bench in the second half as the land slide of points continued. , Pete Jilleba scored for Bama the first time the Tide had the ball, cul- minating a 69 yard drive on a 6 yard pass from Hunter. Minutes later, Richard Ciemny capped a 58 yard march with a 26 yard field goal. Southern scored early in the second period to draw close but touchdowns by George Ranager, Hunter, Johnny Musso and Bubba Sawyer busted the game wide open. Musso opened Bama scoring in the third period with a two yard jaunt for his second touchdown. The Generals scored again but all in vain as Hunter's understudy, Hay- den, capped two long drives with touchdowns of l and 4 yards. Benny Rippetoe ended the scoring with a 4 yard run. 177 5' 4 X -rom- Ole Miss -I 1 '75 ivff5lfX'?1'--if yqswv 178 The Sugar-Bowl bound Ole Miss Rebels led by All-American quarterback Archie Man- ning, fell to the Tide 33-32 in a cardiac thriller in Birminghamis Legion Field before a sell-out crowd and millions on television. lt was Manning with his brilliant passing and running which kept the fans standing through- out the game. lt was a l4 yard Hunter to Ranager pass on fourth down with 3:42 left that provided the margin of victory. Manning broke four SEC records as he passed for 436 yards and ran for an additional 104. Scott Hunter had a fine night also, hitting on 22 passes for 300 yards. David Bailey led the receiving corps with 9 catches for ll5 yards. Although it was clearly an offensive battle, it was Bama's defensive plays that proved the difference. With only l:3l left in the game, Paul Boschung stopped Manning on fourth and inches at the Tide 46 and the Tide of- fense came in to run out the clock. The unheralded Vanderbilt Commodores pulled the unbeliev- able when they caused the 13th ranked Tide to tumble from the rank of the unbeaten with a lO-14 upset win in Nashville. Bama, a l7 point favorite going into the game, could never generate any offensive. Scott Hunter, under a tremendous defensive rush, could not duplicate his Ole Miss performance as he was only able to complete four of 25 tosses. The first bad omen for the Tide came in the first period when Vandy's Neal Smith took a Frank Mann punt, faked a couple of Tide tacklers and raced 84 yards down the side lines for a touchdown only to have it called back. Bama mounted a short drive which ended with a 19 yard field goal by Mike Dean. The Commodores came right back and end Dave Strong put the Commodores ahead with a 10 yard scoring pass from tailback Doug Matthews. Vandy led at the half, 7-3. Early in the third period, Wayne Rhoades caused Matthews to fumble at the Vandy 19. Ranager danced the distance and scored on the next play to put the Tide ahead. Dean converted the point after. Neither team threatened again until the fourth quarter when Hunter moved the Tide to the Vandy 8 with passes to Sawyer and Bailey. Vandy's Chris Harick intercepted Hunt- eris third down pass in the end zone and returned it to the lO. From here the Commodores mounted their winning drive with end Bill Cunningham scoring on a 5 yard aerial with 2:49 remaining. Vanderbilt 181 Tennessee A record Legion field crowd of over 72,000 watched as the volunteers of Tennessee handed the Crimson Tide their worst defeat since Coach Bryantis career began at the University. UT downed the Tide by a score of 41-14. An outstanding volunteer defense led by All-American linebacker Steve Kiner and Jack Reynolds threatened to end Alabamais 103 game scoring streak. lt was not until late in the fourth quarter that the Tide was able to break the ice with Johnny Musso scoring his sixth and seventh touchdown of the year on a one yard drive and an 1 1 yard pass from Neb Hayden. David Bailey led all Bama receivers by grabbing a record 12 catches for 153 yards. Hunter broke his own comple- tion record by hitting 23 for 221 yards, but it was the Vols great overall defense and powerful offense that proved the difference in making Bamafs record stand at 3-2 at the mid-way point. f Aj writ? Mamma, aj ff afar aw 7 "A "9 "Q A ?T1,gf, '?fi? fax I 'L If V 4,47 V , Xt . .1 QV' c ' 5 ' 5 , wat V., . 1- . .rf 'Q' P P Q 'H Q15 if 'A -M r' is S I V, x y ,,v A. .- , .ui J ' Z AM, : g. 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It was the 100th victory for Coach Bryant at the capstone and it came most appropriately for him in football's 100th anniversary. The Tide offense dominated the game from the beginning with alternating quarterbacks, Hunter and Hayden, leading the way. Bama had drives of 60, 74, and 55 yards under Hunter and an 80 yard drive by Hayden to roll up a 28-0 lead. Ranager scored twice on two brilliant catches, Musso twice and little Bubba Sawyer once. Mike Dean converted after each touchdown. Oran Buck ended the scoring in the fourth period when he slammed a three pointer from 31 yards-out. The offensive line led by Danny Ford, Charles Ferguson, Reid Drinkard, Ken Wilder and Alvin Samples provided more than ample blocking and pass protection throughout the afternoon. Mississippi State Traveling to the land of cowbells, the red shifted tidesmen narrowly escaped the clutches of a determined 13 point underdog and a mad Mississippi State defense. Bama got on the board the first time they had the ball rushing 77 yards in 11 plays, with Richard Ciemny hitting a 30 yard field goal. After a State touchdown the Tide marched again for 75 yards and Jilleba scored from the three. Early in the fourth period the Tidesman upped the margin to 17-7 after getting the ball on the State 40. Minutes later Musso scored from the four culminating the short drive. A determined State team battled back behind the passing of Tommy Pharr to cut the margin to a slim 17-13 lead for Bama but the Tide came right back pushing 62 yards with Musso getting the touchdown on a 25 yard pass from Hunter. State came back to score and cut the margin to 23-19 with 1:04 remaining. Stateis ensuing on-sides kick failed and the Tide held on to up their chart to 5-2. 188 Miami The Miami Hurricanes became a subtle breeze for the Tide on a mid-November day and Homecoming at the capstone. 61 men in red saw action for the Tide. It was by far the best overall team effort, both defensively and offensively. Bama opened up the scoring in the first period, traveling 85 yards with Hunter going one yard for the touchdown. After stopping the Hurricanes, the Tide rushed 69 yards on the running of Buddy Seay and Johnny Musso with Musso scoring from the one. Minutes later, a 48 yard punt return by Mike Dean put the Tide in business ag-ain. Hayden passed 14 yards to Griff Langston and then a 22 yards to Musso for the score. George Ranager put the Tide on top at the rest period 28-0 when he grabbed a Hayden 16 yard aerial capping an 80 yard drive. The Hurricanes got on the board in the third period by recovering a Tide bobble on the kick-off. Traveling 26 yards in seven plays, quarterback Kelly Cochrane went the final ten yards on fourth down for the score. Bama padded their lead with two more touchdowns, scoring on a run by Phil Chaffin and a 25 yard aerial to Steve Doran from Benny Rippetoe. The defense led by Paul Boschung and Jim Duke kept the Hurricanes in check all afternoon as Tide romped to a 42-6 win. Even though the Tide ran its record to 6-3 with the convincing Homecoming win, many began to wonder if the 1969 edition of the Crimson Tide had finally matured heading into its season's finale with cross-state rival Auburn. ' 189 I i LSU The Tide team that battled the Bengal Tigers of L.S.U. came close to doing the unexpected, beating the Tigers. Time and time throughout the game, the Tide showed a form of greatness called determination as it battled back against the bigger and stronger Tigers. When it was all over the score stood at Alabama 153 L.S.U. 20. The Tigers opened the scoring in the lst period, after a drive that was halted at the Tide 12, and LSU's Lumpkin boomed a thirty-yard three pointer. The Tide mounted a drive led by Hunter and Musso, but was stopped short at the Tiger 20 on a fourth down situation. The Tide defense played heroicly during most of the second quarter. Mike Dean interrupted a Tiger bomb at the Tide 10, and tackle Don Harris dropped the Tiger quarterback for a 13 yard loss forcing the Bengals to try a 47 yard field goal that was unsuccesshll. l90 With two minutes left in the half, George Ranager caught the bomb from Hunter that carried it 47 yards to the Tiger 25. Several plays later Buck boomecl a 26 yard field goal tying the game at intermission. The Tigers took the kick-off at the second half and roared seventy-six yards in twelve plays to take the lead. Seconds later LSU recovered a Tide bobble at the Bama thirty-four. The drive stalled and Lumpkin drilled a twenty-five yarder to up the Bengal margin to 13-3. Early in the final period, Hunter passed to Bubba Sawyer for fifty- seven yards which carried Bama to the Tiger twenty-five. L.S.U. re- covered a Tide fumble but was subsequently forced to punt to a stiff- ened Alabama defense. The Tide got on the board as Scott Hunter passed thirty-five yards to Hunter Husband on a fourth down play. The Tigers took an on-sides kick and marched fifty-one yards to score. The Tide came back with an eighty-eight yard drive led by Hunter, David Bailey, Ranager, and Briff Langston. Bailey scored on a beau- tiful thirty-four yard over-the-head catch. Another on-sides kick failed and the Tigers held on to the ball to run out the clock. l l l9l Auburn ff EIR 1 The Tide closed out its regular season in the annual muscle match with rival Auburn. The Tide made an early showing with a 32 yard Buck field goal only to have Auburn come right back to score in the second period. Scott Hunter found the range and passed the Tide to a short lived 10-7 lead before Auburn went into the dressing room with a 14-10 half-time lead. Auburn monopolized the second half as they capitalized on Bamaas mistakes to run the score to 28-10. George Ranager put the Tide back in the game with a record tying 100 yard kick-off return. Minutes later Oran Buck drilled a 26 yard field goal to cut the War Eagle margin to eight. With six minutes remaining, the game became a nightmare as Auburn turned two interceptions and a fumble into three touchdowns. A last minute touchdown by the Tide ended the scoring but to no avail as the final score stood at 26-49. Scott Hunter smashed all offensive records as he passed for 484 yards but it was the Auburn defense that capitalized on Bama's mistakes that made the difference. The season mark included six wins and four losses, the worst since Bryant's first season. The Tide however was awarded a record 11th straight Bowl game when they were asked to play Colorado in the Liberty Bowl. For the seniors it was their last game for the Tide and for the team, it was a chance to prove that they still had what it takes to be great. Although not nationally ranked, the 1969 team would still be number one in the hearts of all Alabama students and fans. ' 193 jiqlok Liberty Bowl .4 -.1 519' 1 45: if 465- 1-if 4. i 2 n ' 3 i , f . figf 3 , g In her eleventh consecutive bowl game, the University of Alabama met the University of Colorado in the Liberty Bowl at Memphis, Tennessee. At the half the score stood Alabama 33, Colorado 31. The big, fast, rough and tough Colorado team came back to whip the Tide by 21 score of 45 to 33, or was that 47 to 33? Richard Grammar Jim Grammer Terry Rowell Alec Pittman John McCullough Steve Clay Charles Ferguson Ried Drinkard Woody Garner Jack White Alvin Samples Clyde Butler Paul Boschung Don Harris Jimmy Rosser Ken Wilder Popo Kotch Jim Patterson Jim Duke Jeff Beard Danny Ford Don Gossett Steve Doran David Beddingfield Wayne Rhoads Ken James David Bailey Jim Simmons Jimmy Horton Hunter Husband George Ranager Ed Hines Robbin Parkhouse Mike Hand Jim Summerford Billy Strickland Richard Ciemny 1969 VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER Hartselle, Ala. Hartselle, Ala. Heidelberg. Miss. Metairie. La. Mountain Brook, Ala. Gadsden. Ala. Cuthbert, Ga. Linden, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Louisville, Miss. Tarrant, Ala. Scottsboro, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Vincent, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Wilsonville, Ala. Demopolis. Ala. Annandale. Ga. LaGrange, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Gadsden, Ala. Knoxville. Tenn. Murray, Ky. Gadsden, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Columbus, Ga. Bailey, Miss. Yazoo City, M iss. Tarrant, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. Meridian, Miss. LaFayette, Ala. Orlando. Fla. Tuscumbia, Ala. Pelham, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Anthony, Kans. Terry Davis Neb Hayden Scott Hunter Buddy Talley Benny Rippetoe Van Searcy Oran Buck Frank Mann Glenn Woodruff Rod Steakley Johnny M usso Lane Lawley Griff Langston Bill Blair Mike Dean Bubba Sawyer Steve Williams Tommy Weigand Phil Chaffin Pete Jilleba Larry Helm Mickey Lee Eddie Bentley Tommy Stringfellow Donny Johnson Woodie Husband Danny Gilbert Pete Moore Bobby Stanford Jesse Causey Jerry Cash Buddy Seay Ken Emerson Steve Higginbotham Toodler Brasher Danny Thomas Ronnie Roddam Bogalusa, La. Charlotte, N.C. Prichard, Alabama Tarrant, Alabama Greeneville, Tenn. Jackson. Ala. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Aliceville, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Citronelle, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. Decatur, Ga. Fairhope, Ala. Moline, Ill. Enterprise, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Madison, N.J. Birmingham, Ala. Enterprise, Ala. Sylacauga, Ala. Hampton, Ark. Birmingham, Ala. Nashville. Tenn. Geraldine. Ala. Hopkinsville, Ky. Albany, Ga. Miami, Fla. Bogart, Ga. Dadeville, Ala. Columbus, Ga. Liningston, Ala. Pell City, Ala. Clinton, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. In Memoriam Richard Grammer 1947- 1969 "Richard was one of the finest young men I have ever been associated with. He had his entire life in front of him. I had just had a wonderful visit with him the day before the accident and he was telling me about his plansfor the future. "Richard didn't say much in meetings or on the yield, but he got things done with his dedication and pride. We probably were playing him out of position at center, but that was the kind of young man he was, he wanted to play where he would be of the most value to his teammates. "When you have been in coaching as long as I have, you get a kick out of watching young men go out into the business or professional world and do well. Richard wanted to be a coach, and l'm sure he would have been a good one. He had a great feeling for others. I wish my vocabulary was such that I could adequately tell you what is in my heart, but just let me say that we have lost a young man who stood for all the good and honorable things that intercollegiate athletics are all about." PAUL W. BRYANT 197 Freshman Football ' 5, H ef- iwunuuuuwl -'nal 11-1 Puri.. lf' .1-1...,i ., 'g-ummm-1 H-gt: Q 198 5 nk' , qz.. 1969 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM Jeff Blitz Montgomery Chris Phelps Elberton, Ga. Butch Hobson Bessemer Carry Varnado Hattiesburg, Miss. Billy Sexton Tallahassee, Fla. Pat Raines Montgomery Ricky Pitalo Biloxi, Miss. Mike Eckenrod Chattanooga, Tenn Robby Rowan Huntsville Wayne Cotton Chatom Johnny Sharpless Elba Tommy Ford St. Petersburg, Fla. Barry Gentry McCalla Morris Hunt Orlando, Fla. Ron Massey Chatom Mike Osteen Gordo Sidney Seale Mobile Gary Davis Tuscaloosa Hassel Walls Birmingham John Gresham Tuscaloosa Carl Tayloe Birmingham Mike Denson Nashville, Tenn. Terry Owens Birmingham Richard Burke Dothan Wayne Wheeler Orlando, Fla. Buddy Brown Tallahassee, Fla. Chris Tyra Phenix City John Hannah Albertville Andy Cross Birmingham Doug Faust Fairhope Bill Husband Nashville, Tenn. Mack Espey Berry Jim Krapt Newark, Del. Wayne Adkinson Dothan Reid Underwood Dothan Tom Lusk Clarksville, Tenn. Jeff Rouzie Jacksonville, Fla. John Croyle Gadsden Steve Wade Dothan Allen Cox Satsuma Ellis Beck Ozark Randy Moore Montgomery Steve Dean Orlando, Fla. Wayne Hall Huntsville David Knapp Birmingham Howard Ezell Butler Joe LaBue Memphis, Tenn. Dexter Wood Ozark Bobby McKinney Mobile Joey Watson Russellville Charles Smith Tuscaloosa Cecil Quick Collins, Miss. Henry Dowdle Millport Head Freshman Coach: Clem Gryska 199 Student Assistant Coaches: Eddie Bo Rogers, Joe Kelly, Chris Vagotis, David Bedwell Robert Higginbotham, Ken Martin. Varsity Basketball .. ,gala 'gladly-t The Crimson Tide Basketball team experienced another rough year but the prospects for the future look bright. Coach C. M. Newton in his second year as head coach has begun a re- building program to place Bama in the upper echelon of the conference. Mid-way through the season, the sophomore studded quintet, led by Jimmy Hollon, Bobby Lynch, David Williams. Ken Wilkie, Alan House, and the super subs, Doug Gamble and Ken Hougue, matured and turned what seemed to be a fruit- less season into a promising view of what is to come in the future. The Tide having lost 22 straight South Eastern Con- ference games, threatened to break the 34 year old record for losses held by Sewannee University when they were members of the conference. The Hardwood roundballers then reeled off four straight impressive victories including a 106-104 victory over the bengal Tigers of L.S.U. and their super star Pete Maravich, who banged in a record of 69 points in the game. Also the Tide knocked off Georgia 94-86, with the Bulldogs then tied for the conference lead. Heading into the final half of the season the fuzz cheeked soph's and the super subs stood 7-12 in the overall games and 4-7 in the conference. 200 201 t WT - 1 "" X 'K .wv .. ' ' Wx ' ,xifxlh I , Ae A- ., ing! X.'k...wlik'k 202 Varsity Basketball Here are a few around the campus comments about this year's basketball team. November 30: The Crimson-White announced tonight that the University plans to field a varsity Basketball team this year. December 1: What are you going to do tonight? Studying. Alabama 104-Southern Mississippi 74 December 4: Did you see the basketball game last night? Oh! did we play? Alabama 60-Texas 93 December 8: Did you hear about the game last night? No, what happened? We broke fifty. Alabama 57-Georgia 78 December 17: Brother Newton's traveling side show. Alabama 95-Clemson 104 December 26: Score: Alabama 51-North Carolina State 75. What happened, did they forget to put A1abama's goal up? January 10: I heard that coach Newtonls going bald. Yeh, well 1 heard that the team's starting to shave. Alabama 85-Vanderbilt 88 January 26: 22 straight January 31: You won't believe this Charles. What David? We won.-You're kidding! Alabama 95-Mississippi State 75 February 7: Lightweight champ, string bean Maravich and the Cajun queens. Alabama 106-L.S.U. 104 February 9: Four straight, can you believe it. Get me a doctor, I think lm going to faint. Alabama 94-Georgia 86 ' S7'-.ff . f:.'-1 af? 203 mv Q .-milf' X ,f "" 4 NL. x 1., N Wai' L Hs.. ALABAMA VARSITY ROSTER Name Bobby Lynch David White Dave Hart Eddie Lumpkin Jimmy Hollon Kim Wilkie Tom Hoover Ken Hogue David Williams Alan House George Harrison Doug Gamble Hgt. 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-8 6-9 6-10 Wgt. 175 165 165 165 185 190 180 185 175 220 210 240 Year Soph Sr. Jr. Jr. Soph Soph Jr. Jr. Soph Soph. Jr. Soph. Hometown Ashland, Ky. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Annapolis, Md. Gasden, Ala. Hazel Green, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. New Brockton, Ala 205 1 ff-iiesw-fwrlwaw: N5 ' ' ij , W- '- s F , 3 ALABAMA FRESHMAN ROSTER Name Farra Alford Dick Appleyard Paul Ellis Dennis Smith David Robertson Wendell Hudson Glenn Garrett Sam Le1V1aistre Mike Quigley Tim Hennessey Pat King t. Wgt. 6-2 155 165 S-10 175 6 3 170 175 175 6-7 210 5-10 150 6-6 180 5 10 145 6-6 195 Hometown Lexington, Ky. Pensacola. Fla. Selma,A1a. Lexington. Ky. Decatur. Ala. Birmingham. Ala. Selma, Ala, Eufaula, Alu, Roanoke. Va. Decatur, Ala. Annison. Ala. by F 5 '.17fWW'4'!1V0'1' 1? hi T few-W L.,-as ps ' I 3,3 .V A V --N,--:Y - x . 1. 1, , - , . ,. -A . . W-A. .. . ' ,.,1:twfffQfff,' V. S' ' .. 206 207 if N. K X .:. x' , V . , ,.. , .. --wfw ' .- fw--4-r- , X v -- wivfi., Y s 1 1 ' " :gy Q x -w X NS NF' ,V F' W X 014 4: I , 208 -Jr: f,f,.x:s,, Q Wrestling Alabama's second season of intercollegiate wrestling promises to be a great deal more demanding than the maiden one when the Tide went 10-O. The schedule is tougher for one thing. Then there is the problem of having two of the best grap- plers on the squad, Dave Librande and Bob Lunt, ineligible until the second sememster and Steve Elisus, unbeaten last year, wonit be eligible all season. That means that Lunt and Librande will miss the first five dual meets and the Georgia Tech tournament. Coach Jim Tanara has signed four talented newcomers and will have the services of three-time national prep heavyweight champion Jim Krapf, who is going to school on a football scholarship. This winterls schedule will provide an awesome challenge to the still young and relatively inexperienced outfit. Powerful arch-rival Auburn has been added for home-and-home matches, plus three traditionally fine wrestling schools-Vir- ginia Tech, Ohio Northern and Appalachian. Bama will enter three top-flight tournaments, beginning with the Georgia Tech tournament on December 5-6 in Atlanta, then the Southern Intercollegiate wrestling Association cham- pionships on February 27-28, also in Atlanta, followed by the first Southeastern Conference championships on March 7-8, in Auburn. Z iam .li w e -it U 1969-70 SCHEDULE tigia Tech Tourney yville College ttanooga nessee vmia Tech y State ipa :urn y State Jrgia l-Ohio Northern aalachian murn fA Championship Championship Atlanta Maryville, Tenn. Chattanooga Knoxville Home Home Home Auburn Troy Home Home Home Home Atlanta Auburn Belcher, Brent Booth, Tom Dildine, Steve Fregia, Ed Fregia, Jim Krapf, Jim Librande, Dave Lunt, Bob Merrill, Bobby . Morton, Tony Moseley, John Neeley, Chesley Roy,fBill Webb, Wes Wildsmith, Cliff Wrestling 1970 ROSTER Jr. Soph. Jr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Centerville Alexander City Indianapolis, Indiana Montgomery Montgomery Newark, Del. Denver, Colo. Wichita, Kansas Fairfield Bessemer Tokyo, Japan Alexander City Birmingham Cheyenne, Wyo. Huntsville 9 . ,.Jl ..l V Q 71 ., . . ' ,fl,itH.1f,. : ei' f ff! .ff lf. 5 , , 'T f, T . 1 'isirrfsi lg? Kiwi mlm if v V W . 1 .ri f YF '1 f mlm .fz,,1i.mx.f i ff' 1 9 f-f- f.,,g v 1+ M-5 A -my tl 5. .twat , may 'E :" ixxxy A 5.9-...QA . 1' 9 W A T r I if-. -4 r 1-QW' U, - 4 -C ' V 2Q52?5gfi?4yif1 rfb. ' 2 . if 1 ssfasmftaivezaa. 1969 BASEBALL TEAM 1970 should be a building year for the Crimson Tide base- ball team. The team is young and inexperienced with many freshman and only one returning regular. The team, how- ever, has the nucleus of a fine club and Coach Riley feels he has some good prospects. The Southern Conference is being divided into two divisions. The Eastern division is comprised of Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Auburn, and Tennessee. Alabama will share the more difficult Western division with L.S.U., Ole Miss, and Mississippi State. 212 11 213 1969 BASEBALL RESULTS Alabama 2 Jax State Alabama 12 Jax State Alabama 9 South Alabama South Alabama 6 Alabama Alabama 14 Livingston Alabama IO B'ham-Sou. Alabama 2 Tennessee Alabama 4 Arkansas St. Arkansas St. 5 Alabama Alabama 3 Tennessee Alabama 11 Arkansas St. Tennessee 3 Alabama Livingston 1 Alabama Alabama 6 Sou. Miss. Alabama Sou. Miss. Alabama Indiana St. Alabama Indiana St. Alabama Sou. Miss. Alabama LSU XALABAMA CLASSIC Alabama LSU Alabama LSU Miss. State Alabama Miss. State Alabama Miss. State Alabama Alabama Auburn Alabama Mississippi Mississippi Alabama Alabama South Alabama South Alabama Alabama Alabama Miss. State Alabama Miss. State Miss. State Alabama Mississippi Alabama Mississippi Alabama Mississippi Alabama Auburn Alabama 214 Alabama 5 LSU 0 Alabama 2 LSU l LSU 12 Alabama 3 Overall Record: 24-15 Sec Record: 8-9 1970 BASEBALL ROSTER VARSITY Buckner, Charles P, 1B Newport, Tenn. Carpenter, Jeff SS, IF Owensboro, Ky. Childress, Mike OF Birmingham, Ala Dubose, Terry OF Brewton, Ala. Innes, Mike P Holt, Ala. Kapsimalis, Mike C Rye, N.H. Newbourne, David IF Birmingham, Ala. Mims, Gary P Northside, Ala. Rucker, Ricky P Birmingham, Ala Stickney, Cliff P Mobile, Ala. Vann, David OF Birmingham, Ala. Wright, Carl P Holt, Ala. Youel, David P Newport, Tenn. F RESHMAN Kersh, John OF, 2B Holt, Ala. Rogers, Zack 1B Butler, Ala. Collins, Randy OF Northside, Ala. Strawn, 'Bernard P Owensboro, Ky. Ryan, Randy C, OF Moundville, Ala Bryant, Steve P Andalusia, Ala. Woodruff, Glenn C Aliceville, Ala. COACHES Head: Hayden Riley Assistants: Hoss Bowlin ' George Johnson Joe Ellenbury 1 I v 215 1970 BASEBALL SCHEDULE South Alabama South Alabama B,ham Southern Livingston B,ham Southern Arkansas State Bowling Green Arkansas State Bowling Green Arkansas State Bowling Green LSU C23 LSU Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi State Auburn Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi C23 Mississippi Auburn LSU LSU South Alabama South Alabama C Mobile Mobile B,ham Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge Baton Rouge Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Starkville Starkville Oxford Oxford Auburn Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 216 7 1970 SCHEDULE OF TRACK MEETS Monroeville Senior Bowl Invitational Auburn SEC Indoor LSU Dual Outdoor NCAA Indoor Florida Relays Mississippi Mississippi State Southwestern Relays Gulf Coast Invitational Auburn Dual Memphis State Florida State SEC NCAA Outdoor Louisiana Mobile Auburn Baton Rouge Gainesville Tuscaloosa Lafayette. La. Gainesville Tuscaloosa Memphis Tuscaloosa Gainesville Des Moines, Iowa OUTSTANDING PARTICIPANTS FOR 1969 IOO-Yard Dash Hurdles Pole Vault Distance 440-M1 Mile Dickie Chandler Tom Huey Barry Schneider Tim St. Lawrence Joe Joyce Angelo Harris Brent Rowlette Alvin Seale ww . - t X I . ,, iw ww-if ' ' ,fm "',II'4f I . 'X ' up f' N' 4- ,If i 1 'J : 4 X f ,yi 'I ' -'Q' 1' 'tif JIM , I , T. -v l E , I f?.fff3'1f A Sf , f '7 fai VH 'f,,',Wlf ' 5' Q"ff5f'!'iTl?Z?i 4 H I .wg 1. ,lx-115 ,'j,,i,2f img? , I H52 1 , I fxzr -J 'f M f 'ev ' r pf 5, .gl 1- 'ig 1 vb , ' f .A gig 'I , .1 4 , ' W4 if ii if L -Q 5 R S ? 5 'z Q 24. .y 1 ,, ,MM-wmv' ,W.....,..,.Mw-Wmww. ., ,, ,- .f , ,., . Q, fe, 5 5 Q. , ,AI gl K ,f , - , 1 "-- , ' 1 , 219 -- Az, 1 -1 'Wiki' vi!-ug, ,-,-No-uur." .. 1. 0 Rm n 1 I P9 V 14 54 3 ,X J.. ,f i " U I , V! 7 il Swimming Coach John Foster enters his llth year as Bama's head swimming coach with a little less than guarded optimism. 'fThe 1970 Tide will be the best everj' Foster says, and a look at his material indicates he should be correct. Alabamats swimmers were IO-3 in dual meets last year and finished third in the Southeastern Conference championships. Four SEC champions are back this season. They are seniors, Leo French and Jim Lalvlontagne and sophomores, Dennis Pursley and Jeff Wade. Also returning is bronze medalist Bobby Yann. The tide has some promising newcomers also. Greg Hutt will help in the breaststroke, and Guy Gibbens should add depth to the backstroke. Foreign exchange students Collin Herring from Auckland, New Zealand, and Bill Robertson from Vancouver, Canada, are top freestyle prospects. For the individual medley Bama has added All-Ainerican prep swimmer Bob Anderson to the roster. Diving should be one of the Tidels best events this year. Tom Moore has been added to the staff as a lilll-time coach. Charles Noonan is back for his junior year after placing fourth in the SEC one meter and fifth in the three meter. Along with Noonan are veterans Greg Jamison and Greg Freeman plus Ray Bolt, an outstanding freshman prospect from Birmingham. f-0 of fi . , ' . xl ., .gi -' ' . tv- av 4 . fn ' ,qz 'Gif "T ffjimif W W l' f '-. 'i , E . M f,a , ., .-4' - . Q I .V , Q Y ,. K .I W H . 5552- 'WV 1 ,Q 1. X ': y ijll. -g t - V 'v g . wi' Q, ,Q K . .,.- ' ' .M ' . - , , -V - -A P f A, N 5 Q1 f Q g h ' '- sr --, vas. f -. W' "3 is "im " - X' Q - 't ' ' 'X " rf' in A is 5 ee . ,, in S at -as sg at N t -""" ,,,. . 1 - ,N ,at 5:5 - , .,-',h , a. . ... ,. ,A in .gk ., ts ...y .. . . ,,...,.... t Misa, 222 Swimming Team Bottom row: Leo French, Greg Hutt, Bill Adams, Botond Batizy, Bobby Yann, Jim LaMontagne, Colin Herring, Steve Blaisdell. Middle row: Greg Jamison, Greg Freeman, Bill Robertson, Bill Kinsey, Dennis Pursley, Bob Ander- son. Top row: Ray Bolt, Charlie Noonan, Tom Moore ldiving coachj, John R. Foster Chead swim coachb, Ralph Wright Casst. swim coachb, Guy Gibbens, Jeff Wade. 223 Z Standing: Sam Linnick. Ralph Smallman. Bill O'Connor. Lee Har- per. Rick Sirmon. John Belton. Mark Fredrick. Joe Freeman. Seated: Sam Farlow. Clyde lN'lcClendon, Wheeler Stuart. Not pic- tured: John O'Neil. Randy Sandsing. Frank Vines. 1969 GOLF SCHEDULE Southern Mississippi Buckhalts Southern Mississippi SLU Invitational Mississippi State Memphis State Auburn Georgia Auburn Mississippi State Memphis State Mississippi Memphis State Sewanee Middle Tennessee State SEC Conference 4 Hattiesburg Mobile Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge Starkville Auburn Tuscaloosa Oxford Sewanee Athens Golf Team 225 The Women's Intramural Program is designed to offer each Woman student an opportunity to participate in some form of organized competitive physical activity which will be an aid to maintaining physical and mental fitness. The program appeals not only to the highly skilled players but also to those women students who may have a desire for physical activity. It serves as a laboratory for HPR majors and minors while it affords a better understanding of groups engaged in a competitive form of social play. 226 Women s Intramurals 227 vs. Men's Intramurals E z il 28 W . af ilzm . .7 " ,, ' f "A '- . N f at W , ,Q U .W Nam 1 ff '- - 'ff i f . 35121235 f 4,2 229 MEN'S INTRAMURALS An intrical part of University sports is the menus intramural athletic program under the direction of Coach Lewis Bostick. The intra- mural program provides athletic facilities and referees for planned athletic competition for Uni- versity students and faculty. Practically all com- petitive sports are played by teamsthat are di- vided into leagues and divisions, such as dorms, fraternities and independents. An All-Sports trophy is awarded to the championship team of each league and division. The championship is awarded to the team with the most accumulative points based on their overall standing for the year. Top row: .lim Rauch. Major Hakola. Da- vid Hassinger. Greg Tatum. Bottom row: Sam Owens. Dennis Utley. Larry Stewart Jim Staples. Bama's Ritleteam completed the l969 season with Ll record of I2-3 in shoulder to shoulder matches and -l-O in postal matches. The ritleteam placed third in the "All Alabama" match last season and is currently considered one of the strongest teams in the SEC. Alahamzfs lead- ing marksmen are Sam Owens and Larry Stewart who averaged 255 for the season. gr 'W Rifle Team M , W .... . 1 4 W., 231 M .mm The Alabama Skydivers was formed at the University of Alabama in 1964 to promote the sport of parachuting. The club has grown considerably and now has a membership of approximately thirty. Skydiving has become an increasingly popular sport at all of the schools around the country. Skydiving can offer a lot of fun for the adventurous individual. 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I . --Qviv W " .' " I " if - - -f . ' -.M 'uh I ff-. K ki- - I -5 fi: . . K . ,, 5 X. 1 . gr 1.:.1 - J' ' gp F L .1 FEATURE 238 0-"11"'Q, ,X dmv ff: 41 f 1 K .Wg fvjg "L 07 f 'ff Qyyf ,,.. 9 'if 'J 5- K! Z. J '-6 240 V 6QZ'55g1, There has been a brewing controversy over the role of the female in society and especially concerning her position on the college campus. Since the average coed is under 21 and, therefore, has not reached the age of reason, administrators at the U. of A. feel a parental obligation to restrict her freedom. AWS on the other hand is demanding liberalization. American females everywhere resent the fact that they remain the only element of society against whom discrimination is tolerated and even encouraged. Gradually the protests are mounting , but from the looks of things liberalization at the University of Alabama will be "a long time acomin'.', -4-X E332 ' 241 The average coed is ready for her freedom-ready in the sense that she has long anticipated it, but is she ready for the social changes which she would soon be forced to face. Formal dating would probably decline and the traditional escort would no longer be needed. The one time 'fsocial hurricane" would be removed from her pedestal and soon considered man's equal. Pampering, door opening and other luxuries may well be replaced by dutch-treat and other such horrors. The question is not Whether the Alabama coed can handle it, but can she stand it. - Q 'in A,.g..',,Hw'w nh, V .- VV! uw, . V . .. A ' L.. hart - : . ii., 1 ,.I .L-'F' '1 'fm' ' 'Fu ' 'FW' -' ',. . ' ' ., I- 'fl L "AW, , 5- X. ' . 1 - fn -- : r-X ..- if T '- . ' ...'?7'.--lr" 'fp " 5 yi .K -Y -h .5 fav " . 'W' A A Tiqv jx.aA '17 4 A ,L"nr:,:y! ,,. 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My Chi Gmega S W ASW X 5 MW Zeta Tau lpha fx avi f F 'Q X .Q , . .Q , A X 'rf Axi i S S E X . xx x aw.-A-S-N-wa x 5X 260 lpha Delta Q xx, x X N IS N S 4 gmww gmm Kappa Sigma 262 f MIXQ Qzaa M11 Kappa Alpha Theta Delta Delta Delta 1 Gamma Delta Delta Gamma Miss Homecoming Sigma Nu Fraternity Sweethearts Theta Chi Phi Gamma Delta gm? ziww Delta Chi eww WW Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Chi Www Chi Phi r -1.-.....-.. f" 4 of , il : . I E ,E 4 1. Q 'H Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha fffazaa iam? Kappa Sigma 1970 Capstone Camep IZQJZAW gmw Phi Kappa Psi ZW, ZW, Pi Kappa Phi 4 .I -ape! U- ,J if wx - ff" E aff FM N W GREEKS Fraternities are an institution, a part of the establish- ment and a part of the South. With their strong financial backing they constitute a moral and conser- vative stronghold, but like all supporters of the status quo their position is being challenged and their in- fluence is Waning. Unquestionably, like religion and education, the Greek system at Alabama will survive, but will it be revived? I l I I fi 1' IA ,X -., 0' A 278 79 Q! -1'-f'u'5r Everywhere fraternities have reached a low ebb and the reasons for this are too numerous to count. Essentially they have not been able to hold the in- terest or loyalty of many of their members. The new generation is unable to identify with a system that repudiates change and at the same time has lost its original idealistic vigor. The Greek system must be reappraised and put in its proper perspec- tive. It must keep pace with society and at the same time reach out and involve the individual. The Greek system can only be as strong as its weakest unit which in the final analysis is the in- dividual. It is therefore imperative that each individual member seek to become a concerned and responsible person firstg a Greek second. 28 ,MJ q f ff,-,f 4, ,, ' gi,m5'.'?2'if 2 Q Ag i x . Y . , M' 283 Adair, Marcia Adams, Mickey Adderhold, Judy Allen, Wanda Bates, M arilyn Bowers, Nancy Bowles, Candy Boxall, Cissy . Bozeman, Robin Breckenridge, Shelia Breeden, Cathy Brown, Beverly Burchtield, Linda Burke, Shawn Burns, Heather Carpenter, Sherel Carter, Barbara Church, Barbara Cody, Elizabeth Cooney, Linda Contri, Rosemary Cornell, Janet Cornell, Daren Culberson, Sarah Davis, Carol Davis, Donna Davis, Mary ,,,.f.,.--- . ......-.. - Dendy, Denise Dienstfrei, Judy Duckworth, Susan Duncan, Pam Dyer, Carol Fields, Barbara Freeman, Margaret Gibson, Charlotte Grady, Sydney Green, Sheila Grossman, Terry Gunter, Sandra Hand, Janet Hayley, Frances Hearn, Ginny Heath, Wanda Hendrix, Sandra, , Higdon, Donna", Holmes, Carolrlj 4 Jobson, Ann Jones, Jan A Jones, Janet Jones, Shirley Kain, Charlotte Kendrick, Carol Kornegay, Virginia Kyle, Kathy M,,.vf" X ' , Loftis, Vicki Logan, Jan Logan. Vivan Malone. Pat Mason, Pat McCurley, Martha Mclntyre, Harriet McRee, Sandee Mitchell, Kathrena Neeley, Jennifer Neighbors, Ann Neugent, Kathy Owen, Ann Palmer, Carol Payne, Dianne Poole, Linda Price, Barbara Prior, Susie Reeks, Margo Rasberry, Edna Roberts, Lynda Rudd, Mary Ann Rutledge, Cheryl Scarborough, Linda Schnell, Anne Sconyers, Cynthia Service, Gail :,: Wil' " .1,'fzf.i Shope, Sharon Sims, Sherry Sims, Susan Siniard, Susan Smith, Ruth Smithson, Jane Spivey, Marsha Steele, Sandy Steiner, Diane Strickland, Mary Strong, Susan Strubel, Jan Tate, Trisha Tharin, Maureen Thomas, Debbie Thomsin, Linda Tucker, Anne Wert, Nancy Ward, Tricia Welch, Betsy Whitt, Linda Williams, Barbara Williams, Mary Williamson, Ann Williamson, Julia Wood, Marcia Young, Andy Alpha Chiis have always been outstanding, and 1969 was no exception to the rule. Come to think of it, it might even have been one of our best years. We aren't the first runner- up for the most outstanding Alpha Chi chapter in the na- tion for nothing. In the area of scholarship I would say we did all right. Being first in both active and pledge scholarship for the year sounds pretty fair to me. We also have members in prac- tically every honorary on campus. As for activities, we do our share. For example, we have the AWS Director of University Affairs, president and trea- surer of Town Girls, member of AWS Judiciary, vice presi- dent of Chi Delta Phi, Vice president of YWCA, treasurer of Kappa Delta Epsilon, president of Freshman Forum, members of Triangle, and loads of committee members. In the way of altruistic projects, we work every week with the Girl Guards at the Salvation Army. When it comes to beauty, well,I think that speaks for itself. You know having the International Kappa Alpha Rose, Miss Bama Day, COROLLA Beauty, three cheerleaders, a Crim- son Girl, Beta Theta Pi sweetheart, numerous ROTC spon- sers and fraternity little sisters, as well as Spirit Usherettes is nothing to ignore. And then there is sports . . . well, maybe the less said the better. We may not be much at intramurals, but we sure played our hearts out against the Kappas in football. Well, I could go on and on, but if I did there would be no room left for our pictures. Alpha Chi Omega x, 1-A .M is ' X fi ' '- . ... 1 P 4 . x Vw ff: if 'A is w. f L' 1 1 - -::-s'-:-q7x+:v.-:- pf:-sr. -. X . , - mu . , : N Q S 1 ,sv-Q -Y :' -1 4 . gg .A M, RX X, . H. gag, , 'ie xirsxzg . .4 V N - . X'-T h Q35 - wr--.:f,:,:eR,ia-NZ" Q I.,- ' - - K ' ' . t . P 5 sg TY .1 Q 1 ' Q . .. V f H A 3. K . . 3 U 1 .af .X - N. -Mg N X5 . P ' N f-r,gs.i v Q , . :Q 1 Q A' 1' N ff Sit, ' 5' t :wail 2.5 1 f 4 A x -.S.g'ff' --4. .. . 'J ' iflixix . X 5:-fl i , A 71' QMS? ' .Q . " ' . 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' is 2 X I Since AAH's founding at Wesleyan College in 1951, 124 of our chapters have sprung up in the United States and Canada. Among the sisters of Eta chapter, the first colony of a na- tional sorority on this campus, are found energetic workers in campus affairs, beauty contest winners, and intelligent students. Diane is Mortar Board editor, vice-president of Triangle and Theta Sigma Phi. Jo is a new Theta Sig member. Janis is on Spirit Governing Board and is KEY TO THE GREEKS editor, filling the position Diane held last year. Patty is social chairman of the Emphasis program. Rose- mary and Suze are Agnes Ellen Harris officer. Linda and Jeannie are officers of honoraries. Kathy is a Crimson Girl, and Pam is an ROTC sponsor. Six AAH's are Spirit Usher- ettes, and Margaret is a member of University Dancers. Hoffie is vocalist for the University Stage Band and played the lead in 'fSweet Charity." 287 Creative Eta members won second place in Homecoming lawn decorations, following a first place win last year. Eta chapter hosted an Easter egg hunt for children of the l7th Street elementary school last spring. We're always wri- ting letters to Kathy Brown, the orphan we sponsor. A All beauties are Autauga County Farm Bureau Queen, Pic- kens County Maid of Cotton, Autauga Miss Labor Day, one of Birmingham's top ten Jantzen Smile Girls, Judy was a talent winner and Donna was Miss Congeniality in Houston County's Junior Miss. Twenty-two A AfI's made the Dean's List last year. Ann and Becky were tapped for Alpha Lamb- da Delta. Linda is sporting a Phi Beta Kappa Key. Eta member-working together-have made Alpha Delta Pi, not merely a social sorority, but a way of life. Alpha Delta Pi Adams, Herbert Bello, Peter Carroll, Walter Causey, James Colton, Arnold Finkel, Jeffery Franks, Mike Fried, Stanley Freidman, Mark Garger, Lee Hinds, John Klotiinan, Michael Knell, Steve, ' Leazei2"Bob ' lQQPid5Q:R-ifillliifd 1 . , "Marcus, Robert" keg, '. ,gg-133, ,.-.rw-J' :pb 288 Miller, Bill Peters, Dave Risser, Roger Schapiro, Steve Sharver, John Sheff, Allen Shields, Joe Tucker, Skip ' Iota Deuteron Chapter of ALPHA EPSILON PI was founded on the University of Alabama campus in 1942, It was the 33rd chapter to become part of what is today the largest national Jewish fraternity-106 chapters-17 colo- nies. The present chapter house was completed in 1955 and was completely remodeled in 1964. Each member and pledge has his own private two-man room with plenty of space. As basic as academic pursuits are to success at the Univer- sity, we here at AEPi also recognize the significant contribu- tion extracurricular activities can make towards oneas educa- tion. Thus it is no surprise that the Men of AEPi are active in virtually every phase of University Life. Politically, the Men of AEP have always been well represented in all phases of the Student Government Association. We are well represented in both the Intrafraternity Council and the Ju- nior IFC. We have members on the IFC Scholarship Com- mittee in an effort to boost the academic average of all fra- 289 E Alpha Epsilon Pi ternity men. lncidentally, just this past year we ranked 4th in college fraternities in grades. Athletically, we are all very proud of Intramural activities on campus. We participate in all the intrafraternity sports from football to ping pong CCampus Championsj. Religiously speaking, our house actively participates in all aspects of community service. We sponsor joint religious convocations to help broaden our minds, As a social fraternity, we are known all over campus for our great parties, including our annual Hawaiian Weekend. Our house and parties are always open, and we extend an open invitation to everyone to come by. This, then is Iota Deuteron of AEPig an integral part of a great national fraternity, a home away from home, a group of men bound together by brotherhood and friendship, A GGOD FRATERNITY TO BELONG TO! V1-my www wsu: ,...,..,..... 5 , sl., ........a.,.-- , ........,.... ,- ,L ,Q .- "asf- N M X ,.,, s,,, X . ., """""""" .. ,x .......uu....u....-... A J SE , ,,,,,...,m. -MMM-MQW. , u.,,,.,...,.-...-,.. 1 A ...u...,....... B N., , - we , .,.., .... ,. M... y.--.y.-- -,4---, ss... Q X 5 X ,., g . 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Puddie Kinney, Betsy Kirkpatrick, Vaughan Lambert, Chris Lies, Karen Livingston, Margaret Lloyd, Sally Logan. Linda Long, Pat Maddox, Lisbeth Magruder, Genna Martin, Monique Massengale. Barbara Sue Matthews, Bradley Mills, Martha .Fay Moody, Alice Moon,,,Sandy. Moore, Dottie Morrisette, Martha Nelson, Julie Oliver, Ju-dy ' A i,Parnell,tHitsy Perry, Katherine Petri,.Poppy ,A Petri, Pudden Piper, Anne Redding, Trisha Reed, Jennifer Richardson, Jan Ricks, Dora Ann Rogers, Diane Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Margaret Rogers, Ruth Sauer. Mary Sawyer, Amanda Sherrill, Fran Shirley. Folly Shugart, Lynne Shugart, Sally Smith, Marie Sparks, Judy Sprigg, Starr Strain, Jane Sturgis, Debbie Thomas, Terri Thompson, Susan Vise, Mary Walker, Shug Walton, Candy Ware, Patti Weatherford, Susa Woodley, Pam ME Z 2 Q 5 A an The Alpha Gams have done it again this year, winning top honors for beauty, leadership and scholastic achievements. Anywhere thereis fun and excitement you'll find at least one Alpha Gam! Hitsy Parnell leads the list of beauty honors as TOP CO- ROLLA BEAUTY as well as head sponsor for the Army ROTC. Debbie Barnes is also a COROLLA Beauty and Air Force ROTC sponsor, and the COROLLA Favorites sec- tion includes Puddie Kenworthy and Denise Hodnett. Frater- nity's sweethearts and little sisters aboud at the AGD house with Hitsy as Pi Kappa Phi Star, Lynne Middleton, State Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Patsy Haughton, Theta Chi sweetheart, Cheryl English is a Sigma Phi Epsilon little sis- ter, and Dede English and Dare Justice are Pi Kappa Alpha little sisters. We can't forget Ann Piper, Jan Richardson, Judy Sparks, and Bari Butler as Pi Kappa Phi little sisters, and Hitsy and Barbara Sue Massengale are Zeta Beta Tau big sister. Amanda Sawyer is a Crimson Girl for the third year. 2 3 fh .-....Y........,.,w,.,...,,,,,.......,-s.M..a......,,...,V..a , . 1 N , . ,. ,ft f. -'r---- 7 f . f ' -f f ,zf.Zzf5,2ym2 .. .... WIT- "' " f Wi' in - .... wk Kathy Kenney is still cheering for the Tide at all varsity events as Head Cheerleader, and for the second year she is a National Cheerleader. In addition to Ann Fitts and Sarah Campbell who are carrying Phi Beta Kappa keys, we have lots of girls in school honoraries. Kathy Dorloh is sewing AWS as secretary this year and Candy Walton is a Senator from the School of Home Economics. For the sixth consecutive year the Alpha Gams won the Intermural Sports Trophy. Our hard work on Homecoming decorations paid off when we won first place. There's lots more happening at the AGD house, but we'vc run out of space to tell you about it. Donit forget-Alpha Gam! Alpha Gamma Delta Albert, Jeanette Andres, Pat Axt. Linda Baker, Linda Ballard. Sherrie Barber, Pam Bean, Barbara Bell, Beck Bender, Wanda Bessant, Linda Brazil, Marta Buffington, Becky Caryler, Mary Chambers, Linda Christenberry, Christy Conway, Pat Creel, Pat Daffron, Susan Daniel, Sandra Dean, Peggy Duncan, Cheryl Durant, Charlotte Erb, Jane Fuchtner, Monica Fulford, Marianne Gardner, Dee Hackney, Susan Holleman. Carol Hooper. Lynda Huckabee. Martha Hutto, Celia Jones, Liz Jones, Nancy Juda, Moira Lewis. Ceil Lipscomb, Janet Lyle, Melinda Mayes, Linda McCullough, Susan McVay, Bonnie Miller, Nancy Molett, Liz Moore, Judy Muse, Ann Nelson, Linda O'Donnell. Maureen Pate. Janis Pierce, Cece Potter, Alice Practer, Kathy 292 Reid. Janice Rice. Linda Rumore. Donna Schillece, Linda Simpson, Adelle Singley. Alice Singley. Virginia Sitz. Suzy Smart, Brenda Smith, Frances Spangler, Janice Spencer, Ann Stewart. Kathy Thaggard, Janice Truhett, Pat Vaughn, Robbie Walker, Pat Wallace, Ginger Wallace, Trisha Weissinger. Julie Whetstone, Judy Whited. Gail Wilcox, Judy Williams, Donna Yarbrough. Marge ...K i This has been an exciting year for AOPi. Our new house on sorority row is everything that we thought it would be. We have been on campus four years, and AOPi's are every- where. You will find them in the major honor societies, on SGA and AWS committees, as members of the judiciary council, and as Spirit Usherettes. Dee Gardner, our Presi- dent, was this year's President of Mortar Board. But, we are not eggheads all of the time. Sherrie Ballard is Lambda Chi Alpha sweetheart at the University of the South and Linda Axt is the Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight girl. We also have over seven fraternity little sisters, a Crimson Girl, and three Homecoming Queen semi-finalist. Our chapter received the 1968 award for outstanding co- operation with the collegiate director. The AOPi's are really on the move and grow around Bama Campus! AOPi was one of the first sororities to put into action the 293 awareness of the existence of others, realizing that a social group, bound through ties of friendship, had a definite re- sponsibility to justify its existence through trying to work for the betterment of those less fortunate. AOPls reached out to the community through members of the tutorial committee, members of TOP, and work with underprivi- leged children. This year we had a fund raising drive for the National Arthritis Foundation. Alpha Delta chapter was established at the University of Alabama in 1966. Today, we thrive on the merits of our individual members. ln all realms of campus life, this has been a fantastic year for AOPi. Alpha Omicron Pi - 's - ,v ' 1 -9 . ski'-xg, , X 1 .I N Y , H I ,N SYM 'x , - . - 1? '- -1 'X v- N , Q igsglsv- gd ,- W 'gif 5ifZ?f-'1- ,551 19.5 ,Q l , 53 ws, A 3 , , . X' QU 'f J 'Q , :W :EPR Y 1: if -N , ' X ,K ,b bi Q, bk . , ,Q-fm: yy dh .rf-ff.,-1 . - ' Xf .. 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W ,if M ' Y ,I x ,Y - - , -71, K, , xx A I V a Y N, 3 L .1 , , A 1 1. Contrary to popular belief, we the Alpha Sigs have not moved into the Old Observatory behind the University Po- lice station. After our house burned down last year from a hot dog roast that got out of hand, we ended up moving back into the house we vacated some six years ago. Thus, being the only fraternity on campus to have the distinction of being able to hold two house wrecking parties for the same house. Seriously, we have spent a lot of time and money renovating our Hnewn house. The alumni all chippped in and with a loan from our national we were able to purchase a new seat for the outhouse. We do plan to move though .... we're just waiting for the Gorgas Home or the Presidentis Mansion to become avail- able. So, until next time, here is our slogan for the coming year: "A new house by the year 2000, or if you dont like us the way we are as Alpha Sigma Phi Adair, James Anderson, Thomas Archer, Gary Barnett. Henry Beale, Bibb Boswell, Robert Brown, Winfred Bryan, Robert Butler, Alfred Cain, Roland Chappelle, Michael Cosby, William Deep, Lawrence Dixon, Gregory Dubina, Joel Ellington, Tim Elliot, Charles Farrior, James Gregory, William Griffin, Michael Hamby, Gregory Hamer, Tim Hardy, Julian Hargrove. Allen Hargrove, John Harmon, Barrie Hart. Robert Hagg, Hampton Huey, Thomas- Humphrey, Herman Hurst,Thomas L -Q ..i,' ' wif. All ?'3f'lfN "fit :fs Mi El 1- Q - s X X x K MSi,,A1tbsi-txfg . .. ,, WAAS as ' is ,, - 5 J as - We .,,. " X sf if X at ,sire , ijt? ke tm. t as ,fr ,ey QQ We Q. ' 9 - . 'xii E sf - , I ' is gl res C ' ,b M s lwguuxghnlw n 296 Matson. Chris Miners, Allen Montgomery, Robert Moor. William Moore. John Moore, Porter Morris, Buford Nelson, George Panther, Louis Perry, Bruce Reid. Bruce Robison, Larry Shannon, James Sherril, John Smith. Glenn Steindorff, Gilbert Sullivan, Edwin Sullivan, John Wagor, Thomas Wallace, William Wood, William Underwood, Craig Alpha Tau Omega was founded by three young Confederate soldiers on September ll, 1865, in Richmond, Virginia. ln the ensuing 104 years, ATO has grown to a brotherhood composed of 140 chapters across the United States and Canada. Since its founding in 1885, Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega has been an integral part of the traditions and progress of the University of Alabama. We have always been active in every facet of life at the Capstone, and Taus are presently active in all forms of campus activities, carrying on the honorable traditions of the past and inspiring inno- vations 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 peo- ple. ATO gives him the opportunity to work with truly out- standing alumni-to compare his ideas with theirs. It gives 297 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 ex- treme, we cannot depend on the future to rectify any short- comings which we have today. With the ever quickening pace of our modern University, we are constantly reminded of the importance of living in the present. Today is ours, and we are proud we can meet its challenge. Alpha Tau Omega Bailey, John Barber, Thomas Bolding, Sam Bolen, R. Burns, William Cashie, Anthony Cloninger, Karl Copeland, Barry Copeland, Billy Copeland, Geoffrey Copeland, Tim Crouse, David Curren, Cailup Davidson, Steve Deslatles, Doug Dunston, Willian Fowler, Michael Gilbert, Steve Gilbert, Thomas Glosscock, G reg Granger, Kenneth Greiss, Walter Hamilton, Walter Hanley. 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Alexander, Jane Barron, Debbie Bench, Patsy Beckwith, Carolyn Blundell, Becky Brown, Linda Burke, Paulette Campbell, Ellen Coe, Margaret Copeland, Chick Davenport, Sally Davis, Dianne Dozier, Judy Eiland, Becky rf CI' i' I! 4 W' V, . V Q 1 , ' 'Z nb: . up .L A . av- - Q , , A 1 . - "L fr 1 , . 'gf lf i. - ' -'A ' ' 1' , " .. . Q ja- , 'S' l' Q L 53-,tu A . ' 4 . 'K lx' ,"' 1 ff - . . E 1 . 'lk - . f 14 ', K V fi' 1, Elmore, Laurie Fisher, Lynna French. Dore Frierson. Alice Gamble, Beth Honeycutt. Brenda Idleman, Lynda Jones, Dale Kindberg, Candy Koop, Pat Layne. Libby Libby, Phyllis Lowery. Pam 300 McMickle, Gail Miller, Dimerous Pierce. Rosemary Powell. Mary Revelle, Linda Richards, Suzanne Schott. Sherry Smith. Ann Sukiemik. Carol Sullivan, Lisa Tall. Kathye Tew, Carol Wimberly, Stephanie , a l fa t f 'i"L 7'ffff, . 1 1 2 fr Q 5 i 1 2 4 M., .M-ff ' in -g, . J , . A ,ff ,fff M lf, ... sf Skirts may be shorter and closing hours later, but the Alpha Xi Deltals haven't changed their tradition of service and good times as their number one goal. Alpha Xils participated in a wide range of campus activities and projects, taking leading positions on the COROLLA staff, Summer Pan- hellenic, and SGA and AWS committees. We are also proud to have two Phi Beta Kappals and the recipient of the l969 Students Alumni Award. But it is the special events the A Xi Dis enjoy the most, from that zany Halloween party to our annual Rose formal where everyone is "stiff with excite- ment." The number one event, of course, is what seemed like the Impossible Dream-a new house . . . Just think, no more leaky ceilings and peeling plaster, no more outhouse, no more peeping toms, no more two bathrooms for thirty girls, and no more kitchen raids at two in the morning. Well, that's progress, and a most welcome change. Progress is also more southern sisters. At this time we would like to welcome the new Alpha Xi Delta chapter established at 6Ole Miss' this year. In other areas, we began the year with a first place trophy, presented to our Magazine Chairman at Alpha Xi Deltals 75th National Convention held at Sun Valley, Idaho. Next project was winning second place in the Spirit Sign Contest. Halloween brought a scavenger hunt for the pledges. CDid you really get Joe Kellyls draft card number and a brick from Denny Chimes?J Although the times will change, along with a new house, more sisters, and unusual opportunities, there will always be a pretty and very special Alpha Xi that some guy may be lucky enough to find. Alpha Xi Delta Achorn, Judy Alexander, Carol Alexander, Janet Allen, Gail Allin, Marcy Atwell, Paula Banks, Jamie Bankston, Linda Barr, Brenda Barton, Debbie Barton, Laura Beadles, Katie Bethea, Betsy Brown, Barbara Brown, Dottie Bryan, Lynn Bryant, Celia Bryant, Susan Cochran, Claire Condra, Cindy Cowles, Margaret Cox, Bari Craddock, Marcy Crump, Roder Cunningham, Liz Damsgard, Sara Deloney, Jeanne Denton, Dona Donnelly, Kathy Doss, Sissy Echols, Sara Edwards, Jeanne Elliott, Lenora Emerson, Eleanor Etheridge, Debbie Evans, Beth Ezell, Beverly Flanagan, Carolyn Foose, Sara Forsyth, Mary Garland, Donna Glover, Billie Sue Goodwon, Janet Grayson, Cathy Gross, Pat Guin, Emma Kay Haigh, Sandra Hale, Connie Hale, Peggy Hall, Carolyn Hall, Claire Hamilton, Carolyn Harrison, Tade Hartman, Debbie Heuitt, Ginnie Hightower, Martha Hightower, Suzanne Horton, Marilyn Jamison, Judy Johnson, Cathy Joyner, Judy Keller, Celia Long, Dudley Madison, Kathy Martin, Judy Martin, Suzanne Maurer, Gretta lVlcBurney. Lisa McCormack, Heathie McCray, Mary McDuff, Diane McKenzie, Jan McKenzie, Terri Meon, Patty Midkiff, Ann Moore, Emily Mosely, Scott Musick, Janet Nader, Jodie Nicholson, Nancy Odom, Susan Orr, Betty Ann Patton, Pat Pittman, Pam Prather, Susan Preston, Patty Price. Susan Puryear, Jo Roberts, Patricia Robinson. Ann Sanders. LaVeral Saunders, Charlotte Shaw, Roberta Skelton, Charlotte Snyder, Sharon Stewart, Mary Jane Sussky. M eg Trout, Nancy Vaughan. Carol Vickers, Sue Voss, Kathy Walton, Carol Weeks, Nancy White, Carol White, Debbie Williams, Martha Woolf, Beverly York, Ann P... R? X1 z . 'U . . 1. ,. A O --Y- . , W -QW... . ..,.... ..4.,.,f,.,, , , ff . , -, r,Y 1 vi 1 'f' ' ' ' 1 ' Q . J S L .ri l L. L i .H ,Lg l- .l l. .l a li..- 1 2 - Q Who's that walking down the street? Looks so cute and dressed so neat! Folks all turn around and say- Chi Omegas are out today!! It's true! One might wonder how the girls with the owl lavaliers pack all their doings into one day. Always finding time to have fun, the Chi Omegas have more accomplish- ments to boast of than there is room for. To name a few, we lay claim to two Mortar Board members, sixteen Triangle members, six members of Alpha Lambda Delta, twenty-five membership seats in various scholastic honoraries, and nineteen girls actively involved in AWS. Besides being the workers on campus, Chi Omega repre- sents other honors of which we are extremely proud. In fraternity houses you will find twenty Chi Omegas as sweet- hearts and little sister, at football games you will see our two Crimson girls and two Bear Bryant hostessesg on the quad Tuesdays and Thursdays you will meet our three . . ,W - - - -- QA.- . 1 ,L lc -L A L 1 1. 1-.--.1 ,1 W1 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 l 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 i 1 ,1 LL 1, .1 1. 1 t 1. 1.. 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 L, HH s ..,1 -rrf r rr,r ,1 e at rrr, 11. L....,.L, 1 1.11 1 L-Hel Llifr 1,1 1 ,.., -,-- U...-.f-- -1- - """Li" 'c L 'C A W To A' Ti C, -.1A 'I '- 't"" -1-f L1 tid , 4 s ,H gm, v. -- y, X . .X , A tp .. . --" f 1 , , ,, 1 1 xx . , K -,x - ss.. , I 1 . , . ,-q i. af: ,Ai-"ew, 1 -'U 1 .QE f. 3 ,321 Q 5 F 15 -.saw ' 'r"W , 1 s.- ,. L . 5 Q., V- V .- M 1. ...W 3, I -, X, J gh, L .- J , . I A .- . . -- --1. 'E TT 1 5 is .. 513- 1.-f f !2MSwi.2o V- f ff-f -va -' - " 303 ROTC sponsors, in the past year's campus publications you will gaze upon three Capstone Cameos and five Bama Belles, and last spring Bama Day presented Chi Omega with both the first and second alternates. Of course, we really should mention our two COROLLA Favorites, our Tuscaloosa County Maid of Cotton and her first alternate, and Tusca- 1oosa's Junior Miss. In spite of all the honors, a Chi Omega is still sincerity in her saddle shoes, devotion in her dunga- rees, friendliness in her formal, and the best of young woman- hood in ivy-league clothing. We give a hoot about many things, such as our Greek or- phan, 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 I-IOOT! Need the owl say more? Chi Omega sw-.a:ifw.,.e" , 3 r., ' -. ' -mdifffv N: e -. P 1-wa. H -f i ,rf ,I . Iss , ,- L-. 1 , DA.- .F -.- 'sf '-- w V. -,y .-.cw ,L -. 4 I: Q.. ,. .. -vu ' -, 5. .A Q1 -Aw ".5.Q'1.W"' ,J ' X '1 Q J A xr ' I' -.,. V . F -"L ' ' . , --.., ,..-xp. '- f "-. .- .-4 '-"wwf--5 .V . .f sf ..,,,,.,, '-'N-P4 ,c,,a,y v Q 5 1 Q Q 4 .1 V ,. 52, ' -t. . .-- A , t 'f 1 .-fifgwg A ' Wi, , I .fi-. ..,. J., .,, . . .M ,N. . 4 . ',.- .-ff. .-' . 4 , ..., .,, , 1 - . , .f Y nl, -'lff,.Z:'-2.4.7 ' ' f cygpig-rs-.f'.1 -' ' fit:-v"-3f,5fig: me-1: f ffl' IQ' L1 ' 'f .vw- IL.-X . . -5, , -. - .4-. -" f' s -.-lk? ' 'fv , , ,. .,, ...H A Y v X, . J . . 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John Quigley, Andrew Sims, Stephen Smith, James, Jr. Smith, Terry Terry, Allen Wenth, Richard Williams, Stevie This year will be remembered as one where hard work and high goals paid off in proud accomplishment at Chi Phi. Emphasizing its "development of the whole person" concept, Chi Phi stresses academics, social life, and brotherhood as the three keys to successful campus life. Chi Phi, the oldest social fraternity in existence, was founded at the College of New Jersey Cnow Princeton Universityj on December 24, 1824. It is the only national fraternity to have established a chapter in Europe. November saw Alabama Tau celebrate its fiftieth year at the University by moving into its beautiful new home on New Fraternity Row. Our alumni raised money and started con- struction in only two short years after a University decision to purchase our home of 47 years for office space next to the Alabama Union Building. Traditionally strong academically, Chi Phi has never been on academic probation in its fifty years on campus. Chi Phi brotherhood paid off this year with a successful sports pro- 305 gram with teams competing for top honors in football, vol- leyball, and all major sports. Brotherhood and teamwork are responsible for our successful atheletic program. Socially, Chi Phi held its second annual Mardi Gras Festival in February. This event is already acclaimed as one of the top theme parties at the Capstone. In addition, the Christ- mas Formal, Homecoming and the 50th Annual Tau Day highlighted the year, which also saw numerous band parties, pledge swaps, and other social activities. In civic and campus affairs, Chi Phi has assumed an ever- increasing role. Through SGA and other campus organiza- tions, Chi Phis contribute to their community as well as train for future positions of leadership. Such leaders today include such Chi Phis as Walter Cronkite and former Gover- nor Sanders of Georgia. Chi Phi W Acsbrooks, Ronald Alverson, Steve Benefield, Philip Black, John Boykin, William Briggs, John Campbell, Terry Chocewinski, Victor Crawford, William Crockett, David Daughtery, Steve Graves, Roy Grey, Gregory Harrison, James Hembree, Howard Hess, Ricky Holt, Gene Keel, Ralph Klepac, Paul Lackey. Mike Maples. Jimmy W McGee, Gordon lVlcGoughty, William Middlebrooksi David Mlilam- J WW L Mitchell, 'Raiphp Morgan',g,Meredith- ' , .N Nix, "E1'lQ?Qi:..,im wg- .- .1 .,1."w-5..ff4:,- , Perry, J Raines, J .':eeiKeeQe,l avvid - sv v'f- ff? efffii' , V jj! amesi' W 306 1,, . 41 Serio, Robert Sessi, Walter Shaw, Chris Shook, Burton Smitherman, Joseph Speed, Joseph Strickland, Steve Summerford, Clark Terry, Ed Tomlinson, Ronald Vail, James Vice, Jon Warbington, Larry Watters, John Webb, Phillip Wells, Richard Williams, Richard Founded in 1890 at Cornell University, Delta Chi Frater- nity has grown both dynamically and progressively over the decades where today it holds the distinction of being the fastest growing fraternity in the nation. Keeping with this progressive spirit, the Alabama Chapter of Delta Chi has played an integral part in the life of the University since 1927. Knowing that the only good frater- nity is the fraternity that contributes to its University, many Delta Chi's assumed places of Leadership on campus. This past year a Delta Chi served as Speaker of the SGA House of Representatives while two other members served in the House. A Delta Chi served as President of the Inter-Frater- nity Council. A Delta Chi served as Varsity Cheerleader. A Delta Chi served as Chairman of Greek-Week. Add to this list members of every SGA and IFC committee and you will see just a part of Delta Chils contribution to the University. Many members of Delta Chi received honors for their work 307 wily this past year. Two members were tapped into Jasons while one member was tapped into Omicron Delta Kappa. Delta Chis were also tapped into Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade as well as many individual college honoraries. A Delta Chi also received the HIFC Man of the Year Awardf' As a social fraternity, Delta Chi comes second to none in social activities. While there are several parties held throughout the year, the most prominent have to be the "Suppress Desire Partyf, HChristmas Party,'7 L'Red and Buff Formalf' and the Ulndian Partyfl During the past year, Delta Chi has maintained its high standard of achievement while growing larger and stronger. Most fraternities strive to reach these standards, but none will ever attain them. Delta Chi 1? ZW . KN, Adams, Barbara Armstrong, Kaye Bassett, Pam Bates, Betty Bates, Rondi Beddow, Jane Blackman, Anna Borrean, Cynthia Braden, Maggie Brown, Amelia Burson, Sharon Burt, Theresa Caffey, Susan Champion, Carolyn Clark, Leslie Cleage, Susan Clemmons, Judy Cowder, Martha Craig, Jerry Crute, Melisa Cutis, Julia Daniel, Marion Day, Ginger Dearman, Donna DenBoer, Linda Dickinson, Peggy Doris, Bitsy Fanin, Jo Feagin, Beverly Finch, Elizabeth Finch, Susan Geoge, Fran Glover, Camille Glover, Ginny Goodman, Pat Grable, Carol Grover, Peg Hardesy, June Harper, Sally Harris, Jill Harris, JoAnn Hawkins, Jane Hay, Lynn Hipp, Donna P Hopkins, Sue Howard, Lynn Vik, Lamberth, Margaret LeBlanc, Gigi LeBlanc, Ida Lewis, Barbara Mahood, Danver Massey, Caroline Mathews, Sisty McCamy, Sally McDonald, Lizzard McDonald, Cathy McG0nigal, Burke McLallen, Susan McLeod, Lamar Minett, Jane Mitchell, Celly Morgan, Genie Morton, Cookie Murchison, Mary Huddleston, Forrest Nelson, Beck Hunter, Amy A Inge, Teresa J one, Allen Kerrigan, Anne Nowlin, Yancy Patton, Susie Preston, Camille Ray, Mary Kimbrough, Jennie Reed, Judy Knapp, Greer Knapp, Kathy Kuster, Susan Kuhns, Ginny Robbins, Rudi Rodgers, Sidney Rogers, Betsy Savage, Betsy Savage, Cindy Sherer, Dale Simpson, Rosemary Smith, Lynne Smith, Cindy Still, Amanda Stinnett, Sheila Stone, Laurie Stone, Nancy Thomas, Kathy Thuss, Pam Turner, Catherine Vaughn, Caroline Waits, Mary Walton, Anne Ward, Charlotte Weber, Lynelle White, Lilette White, Nancy White, Pam Wiggins, Sally Williams, Debbie Williams, Sylvia Wilson, Patty Wise, Georgia Withmeir, Susie , Tri Deltas get around-even when theylre not in their 'Lroundw house! You can find Tri Deltas anywhere and everywhere on campus, engaged in a wide variety of activi- ties based on their individual interests and skills. Tri Deltas are working "around,' the clock in various orga- nizations, on AWS Treasurer, Editor or CO-ED, SGA Senator, assistant editor of Key to the Greeks, AWS Public- ity Chairman, President, Vice-President and Secretary-Trea- surer of the School of Home Economics, and AWS Judi- ciary Chairman! It is impossible to consider Tri Deltas only from the campus activities they are engaged in, for they are truly uwell- roundedl' girls. The Triple D's are especially proud of their Crimson Girl, Air Force R.O.T.C. Sponsor, COROLLA Favorite and this yearls KA Rose. Sweethearts and little sisters can be found "hanging around" the Pike, ZBT, Theta Chi, Pi Kappa Phi and Lambda Chi houses. 9 .. f-M 5 4 i 2 1'-:rf 'V "" ' " To around out" the picture, notice the many Tri Delta members and officers in Triangle, Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board, as well as those in various other school honoraries. It's not just on campus but all 'faroundl' the town that you can find Tri Deltas-working at Partlow, tutoring under- privileged children,-taking an interest! Itis true! Tri Deltas do get around . . . and around . . . and around!!! Delta Delta Delta Q rf. , ,......- .'-s. va..-.. 1...k-bm u.- ,f f- 'hw in i"'."'w-ww-. f -. ' ,lr 1. . ,. , . -, . , .. - .N . . , ,. , ,, f Wzz,MQ,'s.: -17" - ,S "-'f Wit' "ff: f,,v,M"3' r ' f'f'S'f-"Ji-J -- 1' -'-'.",'vr- ' Yr."',.!,'f' -'-'U'-' '--f . '-. 4- '-2.-PVT' - -V nie. '1.. b5fff1f","f' - , 6'4'w'. ..+ uf". '0'v!.'?w"' fU'lff1 V' 55'-'3 'Z' ". '. - Q", ':', warg" f'- "'- -'!',',, "'3 T- '1,L',"7l V Q ' f' V "',T' Ii. "- ' 1 'qnf1?,t':', ,a.,,,fg,, .1-Q..-f-g,'--.,,a--af,,,q, ,..,-f,-,-v-- -,,.- ., -,,,.b ' , -- : 4, P . -my -. -. - ik -jfgii F X. :U A .44 JL-: 5,2 fy, A V ,..4f-.- h,-E,-W:-vu-,,'g,,.l-V-.,., . ,S . , , .. ,QAQFJ , .Y 'P 721 ,J am.-:,2viM' .. ig ga f 1141- r- ' - -4- 1' " .- - 5:4:'.:-Az-ef: '- ' Allums, Betty Arnold, Linda Bagwell, Drendra Baker, Annita Bell, Deborah Bennett, Susan Black, Ruth Blair, Mary Boyd, Elizabeth Boyett, Myriam Braden, Martha Brinsfield, Denise Bukowsky, Jan Bunkley, Helen Cagle, Margaret Cain, Sue Campbell, Deborah Clark, Mary Conditt, Cathi Conditt, Patty Cooper, Kathy Crank, Kyla Croxton, Liz Dedman, Dorothy Dinning, Paula Dock, Trudy Downey, Martha Ellison, Linda Fleming, Annemarie Gaines, Hayden Gentle, Jam Gentle, Susan Harding, Patti Harry, Eleanor Hartman, Tina Harvell, Patti Helf, Anne Hoffmann, Susan Hutchins, Jean Joyner, Mary Kilgrow, Margaret Kitchings, Mary Lawson, Heather Layton, Judy Lundy, Nancy McGuire, Rosa McCaskill, Mildred McNeill, Linda Mades, Sandi , Marshall, Allison Marty, Margaret Miller, Carol 310 Murray, Christine Parkman, Ann Peebles, Jane Perry, Jane Pritchard, Judy Reynolds, June Rice, Janice Ridge, Cecilia Schaffer, Alice Sloan, Suzanne Smith, Mickie Snipes. Belton Snyder, Susan Stephens, Sherry Sussl-zo, Justine Taylor, Elizabeth Thomas, Harriet Thrasher, Carol Wallace, Diane Weatherly, Mary Woltx, Carol Wood, Chinky Wood, Judy Woolfe, Missy Wyatt, Brenda Anchors Aweigh, D.G., We're setting sail-and the Delta Gamma's have another successful year at Bama! Weave 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 AWS Board, Betty and Georgia are on Union Council, and Betty Jo is secretary of Junior Panhellenic. In the School of Home Economics, Merrell is president of the State Association, Vice-president of Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, and past president 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-almost enough to make the Alpha Chi's turn in their lyres. We have members in Mortar Board, Whols Who, Alpha Lambda Delta, and all the top honoraries, but were not eggheads all the time. To mention a few of our sparklers- Stella Was selected a COROLLA favorite for a second year. Lynn is the current Miss Tuscaloosa, Merrell is the head Army ROTC Sponsor. Delta Gamma ,. . .,-,- uw vs Acree, Jesse Agricola, Thomas Alford, Tarra Boars, Theodore Beasley, Murray Beason, David Beaven, William Beck, Cary Bedsole, Travis Beeler, John Bender, Theodore Benton, Leroy Brantley, Joseph Brown, James Coleman, John Daugherty, Hal Davis, James Davis, Samuel Denniston, Dwain Dixon, Sam Donald, William Donald, John Dawns, Bernard Dudley, Stewart Dumont, Dan Dunn, David Dupre, Charles Franklin, Joseph Fountain, John Galloway, Robert Galloway, Thomas Gibbs, Ben Gray, Kenneth Gudaitis, Benjamin Halter, Lawrence Hayes, James Henderson, J ere Herlong, Warren J ohnston, James Kendrick, Michael Leigh, Raymond Lewis, Donald Luscher, Harry Lyons, James McConnel, Edwin McDonald, Earl- McGehee, William McMillan, Robert McMillan, Thomas McNeil, Charles McMurphy, Edward McMurphy, John Miller, David Nielsen, Knud 3l2 Noonan, Charles Otts, Richard Owen, Peter Pate, Richard Parden, Steven Pine, William Parch, Donald Randall, Franklin Randall, Franklin Randall, James Roberts, Larry Robinson, James Scott, Henry Sharpe, Thomas Sikes, Gordon Sledge, Robert Smith, Frank Smith, Riley Stimpson, Frederick Sullivan, Richard Taliaferro, Richard Tubb, Jones Vowell, Donald Walsh, William Wells, Huey Winstead, Richard Delta Kappa Epsilon, one of the first social fraternities in existence, was founded at Yale University in 1844. Psi Chapter of DKE, the oldest fraternity in the state of Ala- bama 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 during each of the past three years. Competition is based on excellence in the areas of scholarship, chapter operations, alumni rela- tions, chapter improvement, and community service. The Mystic Mansion on the Hill is still the home of such Deke traditions as the Black Rose, the Undertakerls Ball, and a secret slate of officers, or do they really have any? Along with their mystic traditions, Deke has some very ob- vious ones, too. At the top of the social, athletic, and scho- lastic standings, the letters DKE have become very much a tradition, and not one taken lightly. Our first place in social standing is clearly demonstrated by our annual Undertakerls Ball, Christmas party, Abe Feldspar's homecoming, and other social functions. Extra- curricular activities find three Dekes in the House of Rep- resentatives, two members of the Senate, President of the SGA, with positions also being held in the IFC, Jasons, ODK, and Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. At its founding in 1847, DKE was the only social fraternity on campus. Today DKE remains the only social fraternity on campus. Delta Kappa Epsilon Berman, Carol Cohen, Leslie Cole, Jackie Deutsch, Sheryl Feinstein, Frances Fishbein, Cassie Friedlander, Gail Hanan, Rachel Hellman, Barbara Kravitz, Rochelle Levy, Rollie Olensky, Joann Pack, Arlene Phillips, Marsha Radin, Jane Robinson, Joann Rosen, Hannah Schffer, Linda Siegalj, Lane Sil1s,iElaine N N Silverstein, Kathy 314 Silverstein, Terri Singer, Lisa Smith, Sue Stein. Judy Stein, Sandi Steiner, Marsha Susman, Eileen Ungar, Audrey Warner. Bonnie Weinstein. Rosalind D Phi E, a name that brings tears to my eyes. Friendships, so strong- We'll never part, never goodbyes. Purple and gold-our colors, Pride and honor. D Phi E fosters warm, friendly relationships among its sis- ters and helps a girl to attain the joy and lasting satisfaction of close and sincere friendships. We are very active in campus activities. Two of our girls, Rachel l-lanan and Terri Silverstein, wear the black robes of Big Judish. Elaine Sills is the first woman to be appointed as the Executive Assistant to the SGA President and she is listed in Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities and the National Student Register. We have three of the five officers of l-lillel4andi Stein, Rochelle Kravitz, and Bar- bara Hellman. Marsha Kay Phillips is Secretary of Panhell- enic, Bonnie Warner is Treasurer of Jr. Panhellenic, and Jo- anne Robinson is Office Secretary of FARRAGO. 0ur girls can be seen on the front page of the CRIMSON-WHITE, winning Intramurals contests, on Spirit Governing Board, Spirit Usherettes, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sig- ma Alpha Eta, and Triangle. We were represented in every campus beauty contest, and boast several sweetheart finalists and little sisters. Our D Phi E is not just a four year experience, but one that lasts a lifetime and grows richer through the years. This is D Phi E-friendships-accomplishments-study-good times-as sisterhood shared by girls bound together by devo- tion to their sorority. Delta Phi Epsilon -' 3wQm," j - L.,.L ,, ts, ..l, , A 3 , 19? X? Q, Sis S J .', W' Alexander, Tom Arnold, Stephen Badham, Glenn Bonner, Terry Brokaw, Barry Brinkleym, Charles Bryant, William Buck, Gray Bush, Thomas Caldwell, James Carmack, Monte Conner, Harry Cook, Redney Crackett, Stanley Culberson, James Dillard, Bruce Elrod, William Fargasm, Crayton Fleming, Wayne Ford, James Gilbert, Donald Grant, James Gray, Mark Habshey, John Haigh, Robert Hardin, Hans Hawkins, John Henderson, David Hendrix, Thurman Hogue, Robert Holladay, Hugh Hollingsworth, John Holmes, James Hopkins, Jerome Hosler, Eric Howard, George Issacs, Lee Ivins, James Ivins, John Jones, Robert J ordan, Gary King, William Lee, Wayne McBrayes, Jessie McDaniel, Sam Midkaff, Carl 316 Nolen, John O'Brien, James O'Neill. John Pass, Alan Pitts, Robert Pitts, Robert Pogue, David Poole, William Prescott, Robert Ragsdale, James Ramley, Ronald Riall, Ben Sellers, Wilbur Sellers, William Shehehane, Dennis Sims, Bill Starling, Robert Stone, Herbert Thomas, James Thompson, John Ware, William White, Houston Q .Yr XM 3 M X X w N N wk X X xx X X X3 X WX 2 ww Q ' A ' , -Q xE.a:,,,.- gg? -I V- , f . X X-V '- . ,4 , , - , zjgifl ' 4 , '1 is X, f M. .,x. K V 3 dv. Q' Sm' 'Z f 'f - X--Hu. .. b f --:-cv'-.P'r,.,:'1 . 5. ,. - ' 'N 1:I2'z1s:Esf' ,. bf , ,,.,, . Xf., R '7:i':!1 , ,.11-L.i- V 4 W V X f if wiv- 4- 4 -,M f"'?Y"'UW4avfwv4ecvxfvm'vww5 ag . ,, 72. 3 'Mya' I -. aff - - r ,f'f3fz-:.wP'V 1. . if 2 2' f' ark-ff , J -,.....q,...,..........-.Y E .,17:,., , umwmmm S .3Qff2, Qf',f?Z1i1f'ff. Q .fvfl,I'fi:f,, 2' V, "3 " Best, Linda Blount, Phyllis Blount, Sue Boles, Cathy Brady, Katherine Brock, Rebecca Brooks, Linda Campbell, Fran Campbell, Marsha Cloud, Cathy Counts, Roxann Crawford, Sherrie Crockett, Lynn Crumpton, Patricia Dahlke, Cynthia Dicks, Alice Doolittle, Sandra Durnak, Terry Ellis, Faye Forrer, Colleen Franklin, Martha Friday, Sandra Gaubert, Leonise ef a:v,va,,aW,,,,,.,,u.,,,,,,1mx-E Glover, Jenny Greenlee, Karen Griffin, Beverly Hall, Carolyn Hall, Susan Hope, Kathie, Handley,,N.i1fS7nn H andleyfflyl ar.i:,anffw-- Sharonln, Sharony ' Hicksf,fDeboralr 1 Hill, Nancy 3, ,,,,,.gi- i.. ,rf ','E't'k J:f,.L1'5 155, nr, Wu N 'Ll V. A5 -A --J -- ,f-,.-QW, ,ntfl X ta. -,QM .W , i vii,-. Humble,"Pamela 'Y J oh arj cirie 3 Jordanfiiebecca ,ga '.V'- Q M Kelly, Biggipara tr, " 1' Kilpatrieggoan Lindsey, Lamb, Lawson, Emilil Loyd, Sharon Luker, Peggy 318 -Y7-fi' nf l ,l , iw. ,f , x vm ,.,. , V f 4. rvzeataxzc.-3:We9fV?7'fil 43:5-N , 2. . H talkobinson, Claudl Lynch, Patty Lynch, Susan Magel, Nancy Mapes, Nancy Marsh, Melissa Mate,,QCarolyn McAlisfveig, Ann MCMahl?it,.Peggy McNeil, Medders, Merritt, Miller, Ndwton,gDel5orah O'Rouke,fSylvia g.I313H11gefCf'IEYiiH '?Pgfrdue, V,Posey, Potts, 1?rfiiifQ',1iYr1da ,sta ,gg-' ur jlgbrgl, Martha M, W , eel w Emggg, Roth, Shelly 3 Scheer, Pat Schwartz, Regi Shurrett, Virgi: Smith, Cheryl Smith, Patricia Smith, Patricia Snow, Carolyn Taylor, Debor: Taylor, Debra Thompson, M1 Tissington, Bli Walton, Elizal Ward, J acquel Ward, Janelle Ward, Joanne Weber, Miriax White, Rebect Whitlock, Doi Woodman, N: Wright, Pam Yancey, Donr Yancey, Mart It's the house on Magnolia Drive with the green rocking chairs, providing food and shelter for a group of girls that Delta Zeta's founders in 1902 could never have imagined. Itls been a good year as years go. Claudia Robinson, past Miss Alabama Universe and finalist in the Miss USA con- test, is now an AFROTC Angelflight sponsor, a Home- coming Queen finalist and a COROLLA Beauty. Janelle Ward is also traveling up and down the quadrangle as AFROTC Angelflight sponsor. Evelyn Glover added Miss Freedom and Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha to her long list of honors. On the sweetheart scene, we have Jan Forrer as Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Psi, Phyllis Blount is Chi Phi Sweetheart, and Pam Humble is Delta Sigma Pi Sweetheart. Patsy Smith and Claudia Rob- inson were Beautiful People, and Lynn Padgett and Patsy Smith were featured in the FARRAGO. We have claimed many Fraternity Little Sister across cam- pus. Pat Crumpton, Alice Dicks, and Pam Humble are DX'sg Jackie Ward, Jan Reid, Pam Burks, and Barbara Kelly areAXA'sg Linda Pruitt is 9X,sg and Roxann Counts is ZBT,s, and Terry Durnak and Bebbie Newton are PKP,s. DZ claimed three officers of Spirit, Linda Pruitt, Mary Helms, and Phyl Blount. Along with members of Triangle and three members of Alpha Lambda Delta, DZ7s were everywhere spreading sunshine in various honoraries, class councils and just plain clubs. At our National Convention we won the coveted Founders Award which is only presented to two universities in the country. Delta Zeta Acee, Wesley Admas, Phil Adair, Charles Alford, Thomas Beasley, Charles Bell, William Bishop, Richard Boyd, David Bradford, George Bradford, Robert Broughton, Richard Brown, Charles Carlson, Lee Clement, William Cobb, Robert Craig, Albert Crook, Alfred Davis, Stephen Davis, William Dillard, Joel Dodson, Charles Dunn, John Ellis, Marvin Ewalt, Brain Gates, Paul Gathings, William Goulden, Michael Gould, Robert Green, Bailey Hannah, John Hatfield, John Heaps, David Hearn, James Holloway, Ray Humber, John Jacobs, Henry James. Don Jones, Arthur . Jones, James Kelling, James Kenmore, George King, Edwin King, Thomas Lemoistre, Samuel McDowell, Rex McKenzie, Daniel McNuff, Robert Midgley, Shepard Mitchell, Guy Montgomery, Robert Moore, George Newton, William Norton, John 320 Norvell, Samuel O'Steen. Bramlett Paterson, Charles Patterson, Louis Pearson, William Phillips, William Randolph, Harrison Robertson, John Rogers, Nicholas Rolen, James Russel, David Smith. James Steiner, Edqard Tally, William Thomas. John Townsedn, Thomas Voght, George Walker, Edward Whaley, Raymond Whitmire, Fred Wilkinson, William Williams, Benforres Williams, Kenneth Williams, Willard Wooldrige, David Wyker, John t While maintaining the traditions and ideals of the true south- ern gentleman as exemplified in the life of our spiritual founder Gen. Robert E. Lee, the brothers of Kappa Alpha continue to be active in all aspects of campus life. 1969-70 promises to be yet another banner year in our outstanding history at Alabama dating from 1885. As always we con- sistently pursue academic excellence. Our success in this di- rection can be seen in the number of brothers holding mem- berships in Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma and other hon- oraries across campus. Beginning the year by winning the fraternity football cham- pionship the brothers again show that they can be athletes as well as gentlemen and scholars. We're now well on the way to another successful athletic year. Actively participat- ing in extracurricular activities, brothers hold seats in the SGA house, senate, and numerous committees. KA's also occupy positions of leadership in IFC and professional fra- ternities. Always having time for fun the brothers have one of the ful- lest social calendars around. Rose Formal in October, where Miss Lynn Smith, Delta Delta Delta, was chosen as our rose, began the year. Our Christmas party and I-Iighlander's fling in February prove to be two of the brothers favorite parties. In May we stage probably the most famous social event on campus. Old South, where the ante-bellum south is re-created and sounds of cannonfire and sights of Southern Belles fill the air. In every endeavor, KA's are bound by strong bonds of broth- erhood. We believe that Kappa Alpha is not merely a social fraternity, but truly a way of life. Kappa Alpha Baans, Fauna Bennett, Deborah Bevington, Priscilla Boswell, Anita Brooks, Marion Brooks, Nella Burks, Mary Caffey, Jane Caffey, Margaret Caffey, Patricia Calloway, Amanda Clay, Carol Conover, Elizabeth Casper, Virginia Cox, Lois Craighead, Mary Cunningham, Sara Curtis, Jennie Danebutt, Angela Duval, Jamie Ellison, Rita Epperson, Janice Fergerson, Lisa Finocchio, Cecelia Franklin, Norval Fry, Pamelia Gibson, Dominique Gresham, Len Grir, Marcia Hall, Evelyn Hanes, Rebecca Hanks, Marsha Harrison, Katherine Henderson, Helen Hemmgin, Judith Hill, Callene ' Huber, Marchelle Jones, Barbara Jones, Cecelia Jones, Donna Lewis, Jane Little, Virginia, J Loeb, Beverly Lowry, India Lyles, Diane Mayfield, Jacquelyn McCullough, Gay McWhinter, Sharon Moore, Martha 322 Mussell, Marjorie Neale, Shirley I Pine, Mary Richardson, Donna Richenson, Laura Rutter, Irene Roberts, Jean Ruhlen, Gayle Selman, Ann Shillingburg, Gayle Shirley, Candace Smith, Cheryl Smith, Synthia Spevey, Beverly Springate, Martine Thomas, Nancy Walters, Sherry Walton, Patricia Watson, Jane Watts, Brenda Wier, Louise Wildman, Katherine Wilhoeit, Linda Williams, Caroline Kappa Alpha Theta, the first Greek letter fraternity known among women, retains its tradition and yet fresh outlook through chapters like Delta Omicron. Only four years old on the University of Alabama campus, Theta has already contributed much to campus leadership and scholarship as Well as to campus beautification. During this, our centennial year, Thetas have managed to squeeze an unbelievable amount of activities, laughter, stud- ies, and fun into each day. Honoraries, fraternity sweethearts, COROLLA Favorite, AWS and Panhellenic Board mem- bers, and "Big Judishw are all indicative of the diversified interests and activities that Thetas excel in. But accomplish- ments such as these are only a part of being a Theta. It is not just the joy of campaigning for a sister and winning, the proudness of being nominated for an honorary, or the excite- ment of winning a beauty contest. It's the feeling that results from knowing each sister is your friend, which has bound Thetas together for a hundred years and further proves the strength of "the tie that binds." Kappa Alpha Theta fi .ii Abercrombie, Ann Alley, Susan Avery, Ann Bailey, Pattie Beauchamp, Lynn Bennett, Leanne Berry, Leslie Bissell, Jean Blackmon, Sister Bledsoe, Frances Bowden, Beth Bucher, Martha Buie, Priscilla Burnum, Susan Bush, Guesna Chase, Cindy Click, Sarah Cole, Holly Coley, Tricia Conley, Susan Converse, Brandly Converse, Valery Cox, Wilma Craig, Polly Crabtree, Tink DuTeil, Susan Edwards, Kitty Elmore, Kate Fits, Ann Foshee, F rvagfilgie 'f.. i ., Freeman, Gaillard, Knight Goodwin,ffPhoebe. Q' Greer, Jail, J X 'A Hall, Peggy , f 'l" Hall, Rdllygfr Hall, Ratjdpa' Hardin, If N Harris, Harrie, Dot.tee,'i3fy, I-lixon, Howell, Hunter, Betlisfgf -'t' jig X Hutchinson,,fK'a'tQ J ackson, J a'nSta'?f,i9 "?:" '-"f ,.,Plu:ntnjierD,,J3arbara Elhrfnghier, Katherine vt am-.L 'xf.,,vN,19, fp wrt, tx ,r M Weil, 'eq -Q 1-L tk! i t i i an-.au ,rm.,i. -W ft Janles, Chrismmgfl gif,-v3, W - A kwa-,.. .- - ,ze-..-e Lg.4:ew.::t ze. 324 .ye Johnson, Caroline Johnston, Pattie Lane, Jamie Lee, Margaret Lewis, Laura May, Bonnie Mevriane McCollum, Nancy Mullins, Nelda 1' 5Nf?S5?FF5iB?YffflY Nesbitt, W " b'Nif5hr9lSfe Ii?1t13y Naming Betty - fi Part'iiidgQ:ij.,fQgli1lianne Patrielfwfathleen Perrygflilgligabeth Peryil Sa-ra iti gefifeei, ,Li pba '3Phil'eF,'Beverly Pierson, Cynthia Price, Harriet Rainer, Wrenn Rast, Martha Rast, Nan Rhodes, Colley Sanders, Sally Sewell, Nancy Shamblin, Marty Shearer, Ruth Smilie, Peggy Spight, Barbara Starnes, Nancy Strain, Patty Tate, Libby Thames, Gray Tudor, Liz Verlander, Lizette Ward, Martha Whaley, Peggy Whetstone, Anne Wise, Julie Wright, Ann Yeakle, Priscilla eltas, did our Hown thinga' this year as we cessful year on the campus of the Univer- With rush came a wonderful pledge class to the University spirit and their enthu- econd place in the Famous Persons Parade 39. Their spirit combined with that of the . Delta in first place in intramural volley- iout beauties this year with Laura Lewis of the eight COROLLA beauties. Fra- :red us by naming KD's their sweethearts, g Phi Gamma Delta, Kappa Sigma, and :pa Alpha, Theta Chi, Pi Kappa Phi, and ha selected several KDls to be in their rms. ip the fine tradition of scholarship that we nast. In doing so we were very proud and 325 ',-vt. pleased to have Kathy Nichols and Libby Tate elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa honorary. We also have many KD's in the various other honoraries. Other KD,s have added much to campus life with their many activities. Patty Strain adds pep to the cheerleading squad. Margaret Lee serves well as a Crimson Girl. Betty Noojin is a member of the Air Force ROTC Angel Flight. KD7s are also working with AWS, Emphasis, Spirit, YWCA, Triangle, and the many other organizations on campus. With our honors, activities, beauty, and scholarship, Kappa Delta still finds time for fun and good times ffraternity parties, football weekends, formals, etc.J. We look forward to another wonderful year and hope it will be as great as the previous years since we came to the University of Ala- bama as the first sorority on campus in 1904. Kappa Delta Abele, Julin Anderson, Kristi Ashton, Dolly Banks, Jenica Brown, Dill Brown, J anie Brown, Margie Bueger, Susan Burch, Linda Burroughs, Pat Bushnell, Grace Carpenter, Mary Chalkley, Martha Childs, Susan Copeland, Ceil Cunningham, Lynn Curry, Hill Dailey, Diane Dissert, Peggy Dominich, Susie Donald, Meton Donald, Susie Dugins, Bess Dunn, Lucy Edwards, Jeanie Ellsworth, Mary Lou Evans, Chris Everest, Carol Finney, Mary Freel, Catherine Gihlen, Debbie Glinz, Susan Graves, Sissy Graves, Suzanne Griffin, Lila Haas, Martha Hand, Jane Harrington, Leslie Hayes, Mary Head, Jane Higgins, Judith Hillard, Mary Hines, Betty Hollinger, Louise Houseal, Beth Hoghston, Caroline lnzer, Jo Jackson, Jennie Jett, Marie Kappel, Lowell Kostinboder, Sherry Lane, Lucie Lathram, Lucy Leathinburg, Sadie Lott, Lynn Lutz, Betsy Lyons, Neba McCabe, Pat Meador, Margaret Meadows, Janet Mical, Rene Nolin, Gail Norman, Shannon O'Conner, Frances Parker, Ginger Pearson, Mary Phifer, Karen Pitts, Neill Betty Radcliff Radcliff, Robin Rainer, Beverly Reinschmidt, Alice Roberts, Genie Sanford, Kelly Shamlin, Barbara Sikes, Margarett Sikes, Nancy Sallie, Virginia Stallworth, Elinor Stowe, Fie Sullivan, Jean Sweeney, Sandy Thasher, Amanda Tidwell, Percie Tindell, Mary Turner, Emily Unguhart, Jane Webb, Hannah White, Lee Wilson, Betty Wilson, Carole Winter, Alix we Those of us who have our University Headquarters at 901 Colonial Drive admit wefre prejudiced, but we think Kappas are pretty special people. We sparkle with pride in being Kappas. Kappa plays the part of sister, counselor, and true friend. It is this love and friendship which is so genuine that it will be a part of one forever. Founded one hundred years ago at Monmouth College, Kappa Kappa Gamma has b ec o m e one of the most re- spected sororities in the nation. Gamma Pi Chapter, estab- lished in 1927 at the University of Alabama, has become a leader in all phases of campus life. Kappa can claim a COROLLA beauty, three military spon- sors, fifteen fraternity little sisters, a Crimson Girl, two members of Freshman Forum, several members of various honoraries, and numerous SGA and AWS committee mem- bers. Kappas also have fun working on homecoming decorations, 7 playing football together, and planning a Christmas party for the Partlow children. lt's hard to explain what makes Kappas special. We enjoy being students, females, football fans, scholars, sweethearts, politicians, and friends-But most of all, we enjoy just being Kappas. Kappa Kappa Gamma lx, ' M 9' Aspunwall, Leslie Blake, Ben Boteler, James Bromley, Tom Brown, Harry Carpenter, Gorden Chapman, J im Copeland, Charles Crumrine, Jeff Davis, Thomas DeShazo, David DeShazo, Steve Duval, Carlos Ellis, Prank Flowers, Grover Gilchrist, Ronnie Girtman, Bill Gryder, Tom Hammer, James Hand, Herman Harte, Bob Johnston, Gilbert Kilgo, Tom Langford, Jim Lanier, Randolph Lumpkin, Bobby Marino, Frank Mitchell, Dewey Montgomery, Larry McBrayer, Nickyfr: 328 gl O'Brian, James i Oswalt, Bill ,l Porter, J im Plott, Bob Ranager, George , Reitmeyer, Harry Robinson, Mike 1 Roman, Donald Scheu, Bob Scivley, Dale Skelton, Leonard Spears, William Taylor, Jim r Trammell, James Warren, Oliver l L. l i l ll X 2 , I 9' . S v l 5 - 1. V is 'YQ 5 s 1 2 4 , ,XL .. 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QS: ' 335- fl? y 89? as Amick, Omen, Ill Ash, Richard Baggett, John Banks, Julian Barker, Mike Barksdale, Garry Boatwright, Harry Betterly, Mike Carnes, Jimmy Coburn, Marvin Cole, Bill Copeland, Joe Corley, Robert Cunningham, John Douglas, Angus Drake, James Dyas, Steve Faulkner, Terry Ferguson, Jerry Finnan, Bryan Frith, Thomas Gilliam, Richard Graves, Samuel Griffin, Jerry Guy, Robert Hedgspeth, James Head, Robert Hoffman, James Huck, Paul Johnson, James Keith, Frank Kennamer, Richard King, Virgil Kucharski, Joel Law, Phillip Leach, Teddy Liles, Arthur Livingston, Thad Metzer, Carl Miller,,J oe Moore, Norman Morgan, Ray Partesotti, Lawrence 330 Pennington, Vader Pitts, Allen Porter, George Ray, Eric Redd, James Rhea, William Robbins, Davis Ross, Phillip Roy, James Royston, Denny Russell, Stephen Russell, Virgil Renz,,Rexfield Simpson, Ed Smith, Jack Surtess, George Thornton, Joe Walters, Thomas Watson, Thomas Wolf, Jeffery Wilson, Andrew Alpha Phi of Lambda Chi Alpha which had been slowed by increasing liquor costs and Alabama State Troopers have again moved forward. For the second consecutive year we won the trophy as the most outstanding Lambda Chi Chapter at the University of Alabama. This year we again led the University in cut slips, but managed to stay off cipro" for the fifth straight year. One of last year's most outstanding achievements was the purchase of a spanking new green Dempsty-Dumpster which takes up half the backyard parking spaces. Speaking of improvements, c o n s t r u c t i o n of our new S300,000 house was temporarily halted due to the Univer- sityls S260,000 limit and our own 590,000 deficit. Our athletic teams carried off the All Sports Trophy which was brought back by the University Police. In the political realm Lambda Chi's again won the ma- jority of chapter offices except for a few minor ones. Lambda Chi's on campus include two Union Building Xerox operators and a marketing 53 grader. A really 4'Big Man on Campusn is J.W.G. weighing in at 245. Actually, 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 received 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 com- ing year. Lambda Chi Alpha Anderson, Mark Andrews, Osa Bailey, Charlie Bagwell, Cliff Ballard, Jim Bashinsky, Leo Beckham, Ben Beville, Doug Boswell, Carey Boswell, Alon Bradley, Jow Bramlett, Tommy Cain, Ed Callaham, Dale Chason, Allen Clark, Taylor Corder, Jimmy Cunningham, Howard Dalgo, Larry Darby, Ellis Dixon, Joe Dugins, Allen Duffee, Cecil Farlow, Sam Finley, Bruce Fowlkes, Jeff Fowlkes, Sonny Green, Spanky Gresham, James Hardin, Joe Houseal, Bill Jeffrey, Bill Johnson, Captain Lee, Hswell McMurray, P.A. Mancuso, Allen Mears,,Andy Milhous, F rank M ims, Billy Mitchell, Ricky Moody, Max Morris, Frank' Morris, Hunter Murphy, Sam , O'Conner, Bill Phelam, Roger 332 Phillips, J.B. Pugh, Robert Quina, Marion Robertson, G.C. Rowell, Don Rowell, Neil Rutledge, Guy Sanders, Moye Sherrill, R.H. Sitton, Naity Springfield, Steve Swift, D.D. Thuston, Bobby Tomlinson, Jack Trammell, James Walton, Tommy Walton, James Warren, Joe Watkins, Putz Wingo, Bo Wood, Dave Wood, John "A fraternity is the sum of the memories stored up by gen- erations of alumni, plus the cumulative experiences from freshman to senior. lt is the helping hand. lt is the deep sentiment of fellowship without which life is barren." This quotation seems to express what fraternities, especially Phi Delta Theta, are all about. For the men of Alabama Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta, the academic year 1969-70 has proved to be a very interest- ing one, yes, we could even venture to say that this has been a most eventful and encouraging one. Sparked by a fine pledge class that included both scholars and athletes, and some of a rare mixed variety, the Phi's be- gan their ninety-second year on campus astonishing everyone, including themselves, by exhibiting a renewed fraternity spirit. Phis found themselves involved in all sorts of campus activities: SGA Senate, Varsity Golf Team, Cadet Officers' Clubs of both the Army and Air Force, Homecoming Com- mittee, Freshman Football Team, Phi Eta Sigma, and our basketball and softball teams surprised everyone, due to their excellent performance. If our scholastic efforts succeed, this will be our fourth year in a row in the upper third of fraternity grades. Socially, the Phi House Cyou know, across from the Gorgas Home and the A 84 PD found itself second to none. Indeed, it has been a year to remember at Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Theta Abramson, Seth Benjamin, Fred Berman, Bruce Berns, J ack Blum, Gerald Blumenfeld, Richard Bond, Richard Crayne, Mark Dannerman, Niel Davis, Michael Doblin, Neal Erdberg, Joel Flashner, Murray Friedman, Barry Gerson, Robert Glusman, Murray Goldberg, Don Goodson, Ellis Handwerger, Ronald X., N . Hanon, Morris Jaffe, Richard Kelman, Howard Kemp, Stephen Klamion, Richard Lakin, Berton Levy, Robert Linnick, Samuel Loeb, Albert Lulky, William Mandell, Mark Nash, Roger Newman, Larry Nomberg, Carl Polin, Arthur Reznik, Meyer Rossenbaum, Robert Roghstein, Lawrence Rousso, Solomon 334 ae Sacher, Barton Sacher, Jeffrey Sehulwolf, Lynn Silberkraus, Stuart Shapiro, Kerry Shemper, Sam Sheuin. Stuart Shulman, William Sokol, Howard Sokol, Terry Solomon, David Solomon, Mark Steir, Micharl Stern, Peter Susman, William Weinstein, Gary White, Harold Zion, Gary The men of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity have had another great year! The highlight of the year was our Al Hirt in Concert Show put on for the benefit of the Bryce-Partlow Memorial Chap- el fund, the first show of its kind to be presented by a fra- ternity on the Alabama campus. Our members distinguished themselves in all forms of uni- versity 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 for the Alabama Union and representation in Who's Who of 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 for the future. Our highlight this year was the Nose Bowl in which we won 2-0 in a well played and hard fought game. Our Founder's Day Party featured such entertainment as Benny Spellman and Clarence 'fFrogman', Henry. We are looking forward to more parties with such name entertain- ment 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 Alexander, Lawrance Allgood, Charles Anderson, Lawrance Batson, Robert Braid, David Barelare, John Barnes, Bruce Bostick, John Broome, John Brown, Charles Carrigan, Patrick Carroll, John Clapp, Clement Clapp, Harvey Cochran, William Coffman, Manion Colernan, Barton Cox, Raymond Dunn, Johnny Field, William George, Thomas Goodwin. Benny Heard, Merrill Hines, Charles Hines, J ack Hunter, Robert Keene, Thomas Kelly, Timothy Kilgore, James McDonough, Joe Meriwether, John Monroe, William Moore, Thomas Mu-rphy, Timothy Nelson, Robert Nolen, George Northington, Don Ogburn, David Owens, James Park, William Pinkerton, Michael 336 Reec Riel' Rod Ron Saxt Saxt Selle Sims Slau Smit Smit Smo Spee Stan Stutt Teel Tell, Thai Tout Walt MQ - ,w "9Q:-ws-vw 'aw 536 M Q9 , Si? J si ix .ff .Ny - w e , 4. W'-17933: 1 " J : 3991, , 94 X sf N 9- -Q i e. 5 3 , , 5 'ff 551.5 V .-Lg? Pill .KA 9 .6 N- - 7 9 Q' 'QA ,MM-,:..-,:g1,:,n. W .,gc,, . ' 1 ,t.f,., my . . - ,, ,.,p.,,1 uf., .Jawa MW'-,.f-wh., 4, 1' , -i 3 "fm-1 2 Q Acherman, Robert Akins, Kerry Blackwell, James Butler, Thomas Cannon, James Curry, Ashley Duncan, James Gunter, J ack Harnby, John Handzel, Doug Hardeman, Lee Hollenbeck, Joseph Houston, James Houston, William Jackson, Phillip Hohnston, Stephen Jones, Randall Lamar, Craig Lawson, Francis Mitchell, Ray Mixon, John Murphy, Thomas Odom, Ronald Owens, Robert Rawls, Charles Salter, Chester 338 Sellers, Charles Shimer, Barry Shoults, Richard Spencer, James Spiegner, Marvin Springer, Charles Trick, Frederick Trick, William Varghn, Murray Wadlington, Stephen Weaver, Paul Weil, Ira Windom, Stephen Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Penn- sylvania in 1850. Since then, it has grown into an inter- national fraternal organization with chapters in the United States and Canada. Alpha Kappa C h a p t e r, established at the University in 1903, has consistently set high standards for 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 calen- dar 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 Whois Who, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Debate, advanced ROTC and other organizations at the University. Proud to be part of the fine tradition of Phi Kappa Sigma, we are looking forward to another successful year at the Capstone. Phi Kappa Sigma Aday. Donald Bradford, Cary Brower, William Burtram, Bruce Burtram. David Cagle, David Cain, Jerry Cannin, Bartley Clay, Fred Davis, Miles Dennis, Ben Dillard, Gary Glass, Gene Gunter, Thomas Harper, Larry ".A'4Q'liI 'Ig Q ., I, V .fa AV-if 1, 1,6-il. .21 ,N 1- , 1 gm, as all ,if .. -Q , ,tat f :cz -t 1-f,wa-we Higgins. William Hood. Alexander Justin. Daniel Kanels, Frank Larson, Christopher Masingill, John McDonald, Bradford Mclntosh, Larry Merrill, Thomas Mitchell, Ralph Moir, Raymond Moon, William Moorman, John Olszewski, John O'Neal. William 340 Owens. Samuel , Pike, Lee i Price-Williams, Timothy Prickett, John Rainey, Dennis Raylield. James Riley, George Saxon. Kerney Shaw, Jimmy Stakes, John Tebo, Micheal Thompson, John Thompson, Timothy Williams, David Williams, Walter 4 Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity came to the University of Ala- bama in the spring of 1962. With the help and guidance of Dr. John F. Ramsey, Ralph D. Daniel, and Dr. Louis D. Corson, the Alabama Alpha Colony was granted a charter on February 29, 1964. At that time twenty-four men were initiated as charter members. Since then one hundred and four men have been initiated into the brotherhood of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. Hard work and strict determination have pushed Phi Psi up the ladder to success. In softball, we placed first in our division. The Phi Psi 500 Ca first for the University of Ala- bamaj was the main event at Bama Day. It proved to be the highlight of Bama Day and will become a tradition with Alabama Alpha. Phi Psi boasts of having men in the top honoraries on cam- pus including: the president of Alpha Kappa Psi, seven Jasons, two Masons, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Alpha Epsilon Delta. Brother Gene Glass is listed in Who,s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Phi Kappa Psi , Q 's.,, ' ' Q . :fa E55 :lt 2, ,kg , 3 -A ,V E r 2 :Q-vi , ,wi 5. qw, . 3 iw 5 , 5 e l e 5 Af , - , +A, V, ga, .Q I ,. :MV KN", ,QQ . 'wmv' , - Nur. .--Q-" 'i Q x A - S ,: ,... gk W Z' M3 f ww f7 gs9T'4"'?'F by I 5, ' .' . ,. ,-uv? , ',. . " f 1 - , , . . : , . ,lv -at N' , , ,. , X, k gs -e 4' . ' uf , " 'K 'S-eg 4' 'i X' fs " e P 1 .. I .,. W ., I Nv""' " ' - Q ' ,Wake-, ' fe A, K g X . we Allen, Jane Anderson, Evelyn Armistead, Wendy Austin, Suzanne Baker, Judy Barnes, Ellen Bostwick, Linda Boyd, Ruth Brown, Barbara Brown, Debbie Bryant, Betsy Burdette, Bettye Ballaway, Nancy Carey, Carol Canzoneri, Brendan Chabannes, Julia Collins, Jan Crawford, Nancy Cutcliffe, Cathy Dabbs, Jerri Dalton, Ann Dennis, Cat Eaken, Shirley Farlow, Peggy Feazel, Carolyn Floyd, Patsy Garrett, Leslie Gates, Connie Glover, Meg Goodling, Hollie Gramling, Terri Grier, Anne Guillot, Patty Hamilton, Nancy Hammond. Melanie Hancock, Alice Harwell, Kaye Hemphill, Kathy Heavy, Beverly Henry, Diane Holladay, Trissy Hughes, Joanne Jennigan, Carol D Johnson, Pam ' Johnston, Lee Jordan, Becky Kerr, Jane Lemox, Becky Lewis, Shari Larenza, Jean Ann Marshall, Jan Meredith, Molly Miller, Peggy Moore, Ada Morgan, Diane I McConnell, Regina 342 McCord, Debbie McGee. Gail McKee. Margaret McLain, Connie McMillan, Judy Nixon, Beverly Oliver, Betty Pruitt, Sarah Richardson, Gail Robinson, Pat Rodberg. Karin Slaughter, Carolyn Smith, Anne Smith, Kay Stanberry, Judy Sukitnnik, Barbara Thigpen, Babs Thigpen, Terri Thomas. Terri Tomberlain, Cindy Turner, Linda Vance, Linda Vogel, Patti Walker, Day Walker, Nancy Waites. Ginger Wilkins, Linda Wood, J-ody V ,I Y l i l l -nf' V ,.-f-5' ' rd,,,.f-,sf J 5 .-, .., -ff 2, 1 9 Www: The second oldest national sorority, Phi Mu, was founded at Wesleyan College, Macon. Georgia in l852. Alpha Zeta Chapter of Phi Mu, established in l93l. at the University of Alabama, has upheld 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 rlower, and the Phi Mu pin are the outward symbols ofthe friend- ship and sisterhood shared by all of our members and our responsibility of upholding the Southern tradition of noble womanhood. We feel that the individual and her develop- ment 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 Universitiesg Mortar Board, Dean's List, AWS Sopho- more Representativeg AWS Sorority Representativeg AWS Committee members, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangleg and other honorary fraternitiesg COROLLA Beautyg COROLLA 343 Favorite, Pi Kappa Phi Alternate Sweetheart, Theta Chi Sweetheart, two Pi Kappa Phi Little Sistersg three ROTC Sponsors, Commander of Air Force ROTC Angel Hight. Scholarship, accomplishment, companionship, good times. laughter-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. Phl Mu Bretz, Charles Burrell, Dennis Campbell, Steven Chappell, Patrick Cooley, Hugh Dunagan, Patrick Harden, Edward Herndon, Thomas Hoit, William Hood, Lyle Hooper, Michael Hughes, Joseph Kovack, Ronald Levio, Joseph Machek, Neal Miller, Larry Murch, Chester Murrell, Paul Owens, Gary Phillips, Allen 344 Powell, Roger Quick, Walter Reed, John Shepherd, Donald Sutherland, Gregg Swift, William Wodsworth, Michael 'Wodsworth, Robert Weddle, Larry ,.0 ,,, fe W ,g .-- ww . A, A, ... . , 92124 ' - ,yzww - vw:-,sf-ff?-are fag ww, ' it ' 2?. JIS: 19 ,,,. L,1.k i , ,1., medi a ' 5 N5 at . . .. f Nfffiiw-:' '-5:2 tw ' rx.:.::f'.m9fsf.2'1-12 iff . usgasl' . F2 fsW--4:,:1,.-.g,.,s,..,sg 5 As- ,g- .- Q ,1,,s::fj'-,:..v...ss..mm w,WM1gw,sx,t,. .,..,t.,i,fs.,,,a.l.,y The incoming college freshman faces a totally new experi- ence and a new challenge. He is making the greatest transi- tion of his life-from home, family, and friends to college where he must make decisions that will affect his entire life. Today's young college man is thrust into a completely new element where he must manage his own affairs. We at Phi Sigma Kappa feel that we can offer the solutions to these problems by giving the new member assistance in his studies and social life, and by acting as the inducting agent by which he may succeed in these and all other as- pects of college life. Phi Sigma Kappa is founded on three Cardinal Principles: To Stimulate Scholarship, To Promote Brotherhood, and To Develop Character. These are the guiding lights by which our fraternity is run and the anchor to which our new mem- bers tix themselves. 345 Our men are busy with the extracurricular work. Phi Sigs occupy positions of leadership in University athletics, mili- tary 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. The Phi Sig Calendar is filled every year with parties, swaps, community and service activities, but most of all with plenty fun and enduring brotherhood. It's for these reasons and more that brothers here at the University of Alabama say, "It's great to be a Phi Sig!" Phi Sigma Kappa wr ,aff-a,,.a Adnee, Chris Akin, Damon Ayer, Ann Baldwin, Bethany Barber, Georgeanne Beavers, Leigh Benson, Sue Bower, Audra Byrd, Mary Wallace Carter, Anne Clark, Sally Cleino, Jeanne Cobb, Lois Conyers, Donna Coppedge, Kathy Couch, Mary Crosby, Jan Cusick, Jackie Davies, Nancy Deal, Janet Duffey, Mary Dutt, Kathy Eckles, Leigh Everett, Sara Flowers, Sandy Glavin, Patty Garrett, Dianne Goldman, Kate Gunn, Elliot Hamil, Judy Hamilton, Jenny Hayes, Cynthia Herbert, Isabel Howell, Barbara Ingalls, Jane Jackson, Paula Kiely, Ree Lamb, Jenny Langham, Marilyn Lenzi, Linda Letton, Karen Linther, Carolyn McColl, J an 4 McMahon, Sharon McNeelym, Sharon Mackiewitz, Linda Mahaffey, Sacha Marks, Marsha Massengale, Lorna 346 ...bln --V Q. Massey, Laura Meshad, Bobbie Mitchem, Linda Monroe, Carol Morre, Linda Moore, Rebecca Lynn Moore, Rebecca Lynn Moragues, Jan Munson, Peggy Natter, Kathy Nichols, Nancy Nolen, J anet Odum, Elaine Oramus, Myra Pickron, Celeste Ptomey, Susan Ragsdale, Carol Rearden, Louellyn Reid, Tricia Rickett, Donna Rudolph, Fran Rush, Janette Ruth, Betsy Satterfield, Donna - ,,.....-- . ca, .., ,k.a,....,.........., ...... lc...-.-...,... Shimoda, Sue Shanks, Emmalee Sims, Diane Small, Brenda Smeds, Julia Smith, Judy Snow, Sally Spottswood, Claudia Stephens, Mary Tate, Diane Tate, Margaret Thomas, Sandra Thornworth, Gray Vines, Sarah Vinyard, Gay Walsh, Ginny West, Sara Wheeler, Donna Wherry, Alice Williams, Cynthia Wilson, Wendy Wood, Susan Wright, Sandra Yann, Betty ,if fo In its 20th year on campus Pi Phi has f 0 u n d its place among the sororities, but where we aren't quite sure yet! We came through rush with flying colors this year! Due to the vast number of instate girls already members, Pi Phi was forced to go out-of-state and remain there. We were Well represented in the sweetheart elections. There was a Pi Phi candidate in each one. We should say something about scholarship . . . Our trophy room boasts nothing but first place awards. We extend sincere appreciation to our 36 pledges Who, in a single night, looted every sorority house on campus. The more elite members of our organization pass their time with Tuesday nights at Nick's, bowling at Frankls, trips to The Library tAmelia Who?J, and an occasional visit to Pat 347 O,Brian's. The unfortunates have been forced to pursue such hobbies as president of AWS, Mortar Board, president of Alpha Lambda Delta, Homecoming Queen, ROTC spon- sors, Transfer Rep and Outstanding Transfer, Cheerleader, Phi Beta Kappa, various fraternity little sisters, HEAD Crimson Girl, and "Who,s What? And if thatls not enough, We'll make up some more. As for intramurals this year, We broke all records, but as We did not have room for the trophy in our trophy case, we generously donated it to a smaller group. In closing, we can only close. Pi Beta Phi m1lsu.ka,.-.,. Armstrong, Stephen Baker, James Barnes, William Bennett, David Brett, Wayne Byrd, John Byrd, Kenneth Chenault, John Clonts, John Cobb, Joseph Conway, Jack Cooper, Leo Corrigan, Stephen Creaue, Michael Davis, James Davis, John Davis, John W. DeLaCruz, David Ferdon, William Gate, Bernard Godwin, Robert Goodwin, Robert Graves, Rodney Gray, James Green, John Green, Montgomery Green, Randolph I-larrill, William Hunt, Thomas King, Douglas Landers, Lawrence Latham,Thomas Laubscher, Stephen Littrell , Timothy McCurdy, John McGuigan,'Patrick McWilliams, Frances Maloy, Richard Marlar, Jerry Musso, Jerry Musso, Louis O'Brien, John Payne, Phillip Phillips, Randall Portman, Eric 348 Rabon, Edwin Richardson, Pat Richert, Clyde Ringland, Adrian Schilleci, Vincent Sizemore, James Smith, Brian Smith, Dodge Smith, John Smith, Thomas Spragins, Berne Stewart, Stephen Streit, George Swann, William Thomas, William Townsend, Jackie Vlickers, Talmie Wehby, George Weidman, Jack Williams, David Wood, Louis Woodall, Charles ,ae A 4,8 'LL Gamma Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Alabama in l924 for the purpose of carry- ing 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 i 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 Capstoneis finest sorority houses, we have achieved several other noteworthy accomplishments on campus. Pikes are: Secretary-treasurer of the Student Government Associa- tion, Off-Campus Representative in the House of Represen- tatives, members of Jasons and O mic ro n Delta Kappa honoraries, and chairman of the Campus Blood Drive. Ad- i ditionally, 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 Adminis- tration. 349 img t.. On top of everything 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 Kappa Alpha is extremely proud to have initiated the Little Sisters of the Shield and Diamonds, a program which has proved quite successful. This pro gram has grown largely on other campuses, but we are the fi r st to have introduced it 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? Pi Kappa Alpha Alexander, Michael Allen, Jr., Joseph Allred, Harold Barnes, Christopher Barton, Jr., William Bates, John Bennet, Ernest Billits, Lawrence Bivona, Jake Bivona, John Boswell, Daniel Bowman, John David Bright, William Brown, Jonathan Brown, Larry Campbell, William Capps, Charles Carnes, Robert Cobble, Jr., Arthur Coleman, John Cooper, Jr., Edwin Cornelius, John Crapps, John Davis, Bryce Dendy, Ronald Denvir, Jr., Bernard Dichiara, Peter Donaldson, John Edmondson, Donald Eubanks, Robert Evans, David Freeman, Jacob Gantt, Wayne Godbold, Donald Godbold, Leonard Gray, Jr., Jeff Hall, Marvin Hallam, William Hosmer,Denis-A H Hudson, John, Johnson, Willis Jannett, Walter Kirkland, Jr., Bernard Lancaster, Joseph Lucas, Bobby McLendon, Robert Morris. Robert Newman, David Norton, Thomas Parrot, John Pate, Thomas Provost, Jr., Sterling Robinson, Carl Robinson, Dale Russell, Ralph Sansing, Jr., James Sellers, Edwin Selva, Lance. shear, ,John ' I Sizemore, Rickey Smith, Paul Stephens, Mark Stokes, David Strickland, Martin Taylor, Richard Teal, Michael Thomas, John Thompson, Robert Thompson, William Turner, Victor Tylander, Gene Vassar, Billy Vassar, Kenneth Vickery, Barry Weeks, Jr., Samuel Whidby, Dwayne Wolke, Gregory Wymer, III, John Zavitz, Keith Being one of the oldest fraternities at the Capstone, Pi Kap- pa Phi has become a landmark on campus. With the l969 pledge class, our chapter will initiate its l00Oth brother, a truly accurate measure of the extensiveness of Pi Kappa Phi. We are now at a stage of unequaled social prominence on campus, our academic year being highlighted by such par- ties as Homecoming '69, the "Star" formal, and Riverboat 1970. We have extended ourselves in other Ways as Well. Politically We are one ofthe most influential fraternities on campus, being the only fraternity ever to have two S.G.A. Presidents back to back. In scholarship we ranked in the top one third of all fraternities, while our athletic teams have brought us Within grasp of the much coveted 'lAll Sports Trophy? We have brothers represented in these positions and orga- nizations: Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Wh0's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Chair- 'x man of Spirit, Honors Program, Varsity Athletics, Home- coming Committee, President of Off Campus Association, Marketing Club, S.G.A. Senate and House, and an executive assistant to the President. ln these the days of the full realization of Pi Kappa Phi at the University of Alabama, our chapter looks ever to future years of success. Turning back, We feel that special gratitude is due to those who came before us and made a dream, a reality. Particular respect is owed to the three enlightened young men, Who founded our national order at the College of Charleston at the turn of the century. The motto they chose then tells our story today: 6'Within Our Gates, There Are No Strangers." Pi Kappa Phi n ua suns SQ il fgp ft 5 s 5 5, J 911. , 2 ,2534 A, I .3 f, ,,,,, ... , .Q J' Q It-a :",f',: ffl! ,' gff-Q ga? , fwf 1: ' wi, fy, . " ' , Allen, Charles Anderson, John Arendall, Robert Arnold, Richard Barnes, Harry Barrineau, Fields Beadle, Samuel Blair, William Bowron, Walter Canale, Christopher Caples, Jefferson Carroll, Thomas Chappelle, Allan Childs, Paul Corwin, Paul Cox, Allan Crocker, Micheal Davis, Charles Dorlon, Harry Evans, Richard Flowers, Jackson Fowler, Randolph Gardner, Julian Griffin, Raymond Gunderson, Robert Hilliard, Edward Hines, Edward Hinton, Thomas Hutton, Thomas Hyde, Edd Ivie, Micheal Jackson, Edward Jamison, William Johnson, Seaborn Johnson, William Jones, Ernest Jones, Stephen Litchfield, Frank Livingston, James Luebke, Gregory McCowan, James McCowan. Edwin McGahey, Thomas Miller, James Moffett, Robert Moore, Charles Moore, Jackson Mouron, Micheal Musso, John Ozbird, Thomas Partridge, William Perry, Charles Pond, Micheal Privett, William Quarles, Ronald Quarles, Russell Rainer, Joel Reed, Ronald Roe, William Rogers, Stephen Ross, John Roton, Raymond Samuel, Taliaferro Shuart, William Shurett, Ben Smith, Robert Stewart, Harris Stowers, John Thompson, John Treadwell, Charles Tucker, Harel Walker, Benjamin Walker, Matthew Welch, Stewart West, Thomas Whatley, Charles Wilbranks, Robert Wilson, Daniel Wilson, Mark Alabama Mu of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded here at the University of Alabama on March 9, 1856. Since that date, SAE has grown to be the largest national fraternity with over 175 chapters and over 250,000 initiates. We hold the distinction of being the only fraternity to be founded in the Deep South. SAE has grown along with the Univer- sity to become the most prominent fraternity both on this campus and in the nation as Well. Continuing in its role of leadership, Alabama Mu again was rated among the top SAE chapters in the nation. In the line of scholastic achievement, SAE has had the highest scholastic average on campus over the last decade. As far as campus leadership and honorary organization member- ship, Sae has members in Jason, ODK, Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, and officers in many of the clubs on campus. SAE is proud of its continuing competition for the top place in the intramural program, as Well as the members it has which represent the Crimson Tide in many varsity sports. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, both nationally and locally, intends to maintain its high standards of mental, social, and moral development. We maintain here at Alabama Mu that a fra- ternity stands for more which must provide leadership in preparing the college man for better meeting life outside the University. This we consider our foremost objective and in- tend in this Way to make the coming year one of the most successful that We have ever had. We look for vast accom- plishments, sustained leadership, and continued initiative. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'I Anderson, Jack Arias, Ramon Avery, Jim Bagwell, Tommy Baird, Bobby Beasley, Bubba Blandenship, Clyde Brewer, Marc Brown, George Burks, Alan Carpenter, J eff Cash, Jerry Cash, Tommy Catlin, Randy Chitwood, Andy Chorba, Jody Christopher, Johnn Clements, Bob Cook, Mack Corazzari, Phil Culver, George Daniel, Jim Davidson, Vance Y DeGraffenfied, Ryan Dulaney, Richard Edwards, Jim Eilerman, Tommy Ellison, Walt English, Tommy Evans, Wally Garner, Doug Goodrum, Johnny Gregory, Bob Hamrick, Glen Hennessy, Tim Hicks, Brad Hiserman, Robert Horn, Steve Hosier, Chuck Howard, John Jackson, Lee Kennemer, Don King, Bill Kriby, Hal Lake, Jerry Lavender, Wesley London, David Lowther, Jack 4 Macon, Joe Maddox, Mark Marshall, Rick Mary. Jim Mason, Alan Matthews, Chris McCord, Sam McGee, Jim Meriwether, Gordon Miller, George Miller, Rick Mitchell, Barry Mitchell, Hugh Nance, Will Neal, Jack Nelson, John O'Gwynn, Mike Palmer, Robert Pearce, Rick Perry, Charles Peters, Mark Pettey, Bobby Posey, David A EX Pylant, Bruce Randall, Glen Ray, Steve Ritchie, Sotkes Robinson, Donnie Rogers, Zack Shockley, Steve Shumaker, Karl Skipper, Rick Smith, Charles Smith, David Sparkman, Mike Steakley, Rod Tate, Larry Taylor, Bert Taylor, Don Thornton, Fletcher Tyler, Harry Underwood, Tom Watkins, Johnny Wear, Drayton Williams, Buddy Williams, Ray T t -View ' ., - 37 41 i This has been a year of uncomparable accomplishment for Iota Iota of Sigma Chi. Besides being endowed by the City of Tuscaloosa with the privilege of having sewage backed up in our basement, we pledged one of the largest and best pledge classes in our recent history. This has been a year of improving our relations with the sororities. Chocolate cookies were given to the Presidents of KD and DDD and to an over polite Chi O, who had pre- viously thrown water and a garbage on us from their sec- ond story balcony. More houses than ever entered the Derby this year, which has become notorious for making all houses but one extremely perturbed each year. Politics were in big this year, with brothers and pledges alike achieving places of distinction in several different or- ganizations. Evidence of this fact was in the last campus elections, when over ten brothers turned out to vote. A re- markable accomplishment. . , .,,p,., ff Parties have also been in order. The banned Pajama Party was reinstated this year. A good time was had by all, with several brothers becoming bedridden. Parties in Birming- ham and on the night after Squeal Night have and should become a tradition at the Sig House. Sigma Chi gy -. aww Bern, Greer Bornstein, Thada Capp, Dale Clark, Florence Clein, Barbara Cohen, Rose Cohen, Sue Cremer, Carole Eubanks, Susan Feldman, Roberta Fink, Paula Flowers, Miriam Frank, Emily Frank, Leann -HB4 aaa, s. Graze, Rhonda Hasson, Diane Insler. Jill J affe, Rita Kaminsky, Diane Kleinberg, Rhea Kline, Peggy Kopel, Judy Krisch, Kathy Krugman, Margaret Lane, Wendy Levenson, Melinda Lilienthal, Julie Lipton, Joanne 356 Loeb, Tina Marks, Susan Maziar, Donna Nash, Ellen Portnoy, Diane Radler, Sheryl Sears, Cathy Shapiro, Rhonda Silverman, Jane Solomons, Ella Stuart, Jane Wabner, Rebecca Weinstein, Judy Zeff, Miriam In 1935, Rho Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau was founded by eleven Bama coeds. For its thirty-five years on campus SDT has retained a position of prominance, contributing to many various campus and community activities. During this year of 1969-70, Ella Solomons served as Presi- dent of Panhellenic and also as Crimson Girl. Rita Jaffe was a member of Air Force ROTC Angel Flight. One of our pledges, Miriam Flowers, served as president of Junior Panhellenic. We have two members of Mortar Board-Ella Solomons and Jane Silverman. Ella is also in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Philanthropic events included Halloween, Christmas, and Easter p a rt i e s for underprivileged children. Our annual spring formal was held this year at the Holiday Inn. In March we entertained Mom and Dad at Parent's Weekend. Officers for 1969 were Dee Dee Clark, President, Rhea Kleinberg, First Vice-President, Emily Frank, Second Vice- Presidentg Leann Frank, Recording Secretary, Paula Fink, Corresponding Secretary, Esther Capp, Treasurer, and Sheryl Radler, House Manager. Through the leadership of these girls, Sigma Delta Tau has had another record year. Sigma Delta Tau Allen, George Allen, Jack Berryhill, Stanley Branyon, Robert Brooks, Robert Brown, Bruce Bryan, Thomas Burgess, Charles Burnett, Ralph Busby, Michael Carroll, Kells Carroll, Sam Chambers, James Chancey, Kenneth Cochran, John Coles, James Cooper, Benjamin Cordes, Ralph Cotton, Berlyn Cramer, Craig Crum, George Curtis, Alan Curtis, William Davis, John Davison. Robert DeVore, Philip Dempsey, Young Diamond. Benedict Dobson, James Dowling. William Emblom, Robert Espy. Collier Foster, William Frey. James Galloway. Ben Garrison, James Gibbons, Lewis Gillis, Terry Glasgow, Douglas Graham, Randy Hager, Russell Haggstom, Girard Hannanan. Milner Hamilton, William Hargett. William Harrell. William Harris, Richard Helm, Larry Hopkins, Donald Ingram, David Jinks, Lynn Jones, Sam Katz, Julian Lamberth, Charles Land, Charles Lovelace, Edwin McDaniel, Michael Merrill, James fMills. Ronald Mixon. Harry Moore, Thomas Morgan, Henry Nelson, David O'Rear, Caine Patterson, Edwin Parkman, James Peacock, Tommy Purvis, Robert Quinn, Charles Radcliff, Donald Reaves, Randolph Reviere, Robert Rhodes, Joe Rhodes, John Richardson, Thomas Roark. Ray Robertson, Robert Segrest. Anthony Seifert, William Smith, Philip Snoddy, Wayne Stallings, Jesse Steensland, Maurice Stewart, Horace St. John, Charles Stuckey, James Tindell, Rollins Todd, James Veale, George Waters, John Watsin, Benjamin Watters, Julian Whittaker, Harrison Williams, Bruce Williams, John Wilson, William Theta chapter of Sigma Nu views with quiet modesty its eighty-eight years of continuous existence on the University of Alabama campus. Boldly b e t t e r i n g 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 Head football coach of the University, 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 tra- ditions, Theta is no slave to yesterday, no worshipper of the Hstatus quof' We treasure the best of the past while insuring the future by developing balance with maturity-never for- getting that a fraternity is men, not things. Sigma Nu Alcott, Russell Baine, Michael Barnes, Steve Barnett, Sandy Beverage, William Boles, Gene Bragg, Gregg Camp, Walt Carr, Gregg Carr, Jack Cobb, Hammond Cocker, Tim Dement, Randy Demsey, Butch Douglas, David Eubanks, Doug Farnbrough, Mike Frederick, Winston Foose, Ben Green, Ricky Hall, Mike Hamric, Bob Hierbaum, Mark Jandrlich, Robert Johnson, Paul Kennemer, Hal King, Jerry King, Rick Lee, Charles Lee, Mike Lester, Ted Lockhart, Jim Logan, Dennis McLendon, Clyde McMurphy, Ralph Mace, Dave Mace, Steve Mackey, Clyde Martin, Doug Meyer, Andy 360 Miklouciek, Terry Moeller, John Murphy, Bill Nelson, Chuck Nelson, Robert O'Conner, Randy O'Donnell, Mike Pearce, Mac Quarles, Bill Sheppard, Tommy Spards, Sam Stinson, Judd Stinson, Tim Stringfellow, Robert Thomason, Bill Vento, Robert Voswinkel, Karl Wilkens, Chuck Wooley, Paul Worrell, J on Since 1901, when Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Rich- mond, Virginia, we have grown to be the second largest fraternity in existence. Alabama Beta was founded on the campus of the University of Alabama in 1927, and we have been growing ever since. Every brother in Sigma Phi Epsilon takes special interest in growth through the fraternity system, the university, and himself. The men in our fraternity have continually dis- played 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, across the nation and more important here at the University of Alabama, is changing with the times for the betterment of the individual members and the fraternity as a whole. We are proud of our fraternity and what we have accomplished during the past year, and again look forward to a bigger and much more dynamic year here at the Capstone. As the representative of the largest social fraternity in the world present here at the University, Alabama Beta again in social events, in Intermural sports, in Community service, in Campus honoraries and politics, in scholarship, and final- ly in good old school spirit, stands out in front of the Greek system. A good fraternity needs to have brotherhood in order to be a successful organization, and Sigma Phi Epsilon, the broth- ers, the pledges and the alumni, certainly exemplify this im- portant ideal. Stop by and see for yourself, the red door of SPE is always open. 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Gary Lloyd, James Martin, Charles Mathews, Herman Matthews, Carter Mazenko, Thomas McConaghy, Marvin McDonnell, Owen Morgan, Paul Morgan, Ronald Moore, John Padalino, Michael Parker, Alton Parker, John Parker, Ronnie Parnell, Charles Dunnavant. Thomas Duval. David Feigley. George Files, Edgar Flowers, Ronald Fuller, George Fuhr, James Goddard, Michael Grace, Garland Griffin, John Hamilton, Fulton Harris, Marion Hassinger, David Hassinger, Richard Henderson, Donald Hendrix, John Herbert, J ul.C Hodges, Durwood I-luie, Richard V Humphrey, Robert Jacobs, Alexander Jarrel, Randall Justice, Wiley Kassouf, David 362 Parris, Hurbert Pettus, Gordon Powers, Eames Randle, John Randle, Winston Richy, Van Roberts, Steven Roberts, William Scaife. James Smith, Howard Stehle, James Stevens, Alan Tanner, Gordon Taylor, William Voller. Steven Wade, William Waits, John Wildsmith, Cliffo Wilkins, Mason Williams, David Williams, James Yessick, Steve Zasa, Robert rd This year of fantastic growth and expansion has marked the beginning of a new era for the University of Alabama. No longer shall this University display the stagnancy so long attributed to southern education. Our physical expansion, combined with the rapidly s o ar i n g scholastic standards, under the direction of a wise administration, has given Ala- bamaians a new confidence in the futu re role of their University. In order to maintain this new awareness and confidence in our state and our University, the student body must be or- ganized and directed toward goals that reach this end. In our opinion, the Greek system can be just such an organi- zation. Individual fraternities and sororities are already aiming to- ward the super attainment of each of its members. Each in- dividual must fully develop in all aspects of living. Thus, inter-Greek competition has done much in creating higher 1 363 quality students and productive pride in the University. A strong IFC with the support of all of its members can be the next step. lf 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. Theta Chi Abbot, Steve Anderson, Bruce Anderson, Chris Arrington, Bill Auerbach, Larry Baker, Brooks Black, Larry Brown, Bill Byrd, Larry Campbell, Larry Campbell, Ronald Cervantes, Walter Champion, Willie Cleino, Bill Cosper, Eric Culberson, Chuck Dupre, Charles 3 s 'y y Foster. Dennis Frye, William Galloway, Thomas Garner, Joe Harsany, Ronald Harrell, Roy Jackson, Randy Jordan, William Junkin, James Keith, James Leonard, Don Lewis, Marshall Lockard, Charles Loftin, Thomas McCarl, Howard McDonald, Larry Nunnally, Larry 364 O'Neil, Ernest Parker, Bill Plunkett, Tim Raab. Don Reeves, Phillip Richardson, David Smitt, Truman Smalley. Ronnie Stevens, John Smith, Steve Stone, Ronnie Sudduth, David Tomlin, Max Weaver, Harry West, Phil White, Moreno Wooten, Ronald Theta Tau, the oldest and largest national professional engi- neering fraternity, has enjoyed sixty-five years of growth and development in the nation's largest and finest engineer- ing schools. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. Mu Chapter of Theta Tau, currently experiencing its forty- seventh year on the University of Alabama campus, strives to fulfill this purpose by stimulating professional develop- ment and promoting lasting friendships through fraternal brotherhood. Also Mu Chapter creates an atmosphere en- couraging social compatibility and an attitude of awareness toward ideas outside the field of engineering. Theta Tau members include the president, vice president, and secretary-treasurer of Engineering, two SGA Senators, and a host of officers in the engineering technical societies. Theta Taus are represented in ODK, Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Ep- silon, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma Tau, Gamma Sigma Epsilon and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Mu Chapter of Theta Tau is a dynamic fraternity dedicated to building good professional men while promoting ideas and programs directed toward improving the College of Engineering at the University of Alabama. Theta Tau a Alexander, Donald Burnett, Richard Campbell, Harry Carroll, Marcel Carroll, Michael Cook, Herbert Dodson, Neil Dudley, Robert Fallowill, Richard Fallowill, David Galloway, Robert Grogan, Jeffrey Hattaway, 'Clifford Heursom. James Hildreth. William Hinds, William Jeffares, William Jennings. Harry Lavene, Thomas Long, Mike McCoy, Lawrance Meade, Frank. A Mims, Jerry I Nierdorf, Harry - 366 O'l-lear, John Peters, John Puckett, Sam Rutledge, Ronald Smith, Richard Soppett, Mike Stillwell. Waitsell Waitzman, David Wallace, Frank Wamsley, Robert Weaver, Nelson Yeager, Earl Theta Xi, founded April 29, 1864, is the only national fra- ternity founded during the War Between the States. Since that time, Theta Xi has grown to a strength of eighty-seven chapters. Theta Xi came to the University of Alabama on November 18, 1932, and we take pride in our subsequent life here. Our Active brothers and pledges are members in Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, and Student Life Committee. We also have one of the two fraternity representatives to the Student Government Asso- ciation. Involvement is an important part of Theta Xi. Not to be neglected are our scholastics. We pride ourselves in consistently finishing in the upper ZSWJ of the fraternities here. In the 1969-70 academic year we were first among the fraternities scholastically during the fall semester and fin- ished third for the year. Intramural sports have grown to be an in t e g r al part of Theta Xi as well as the entire fraternity system. We suc- cessfully 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 fraternities and sororities. Theta Xi is definitely one of these. The social life is anytime Theta Xi men are having fun together, whether it is a civic project, a party at some- one's apartment, creek-banking, the f'Trashman's Ball", a pledge-active football game, or our annual Blue and White Formal. Theta Xi men have fun together. Theta Xi Arnov, Jake Frank Auerbach, Larry Allan Axelroth, Sandy Bank, James Thorman Bauman, Billy Bayer, Jeffrey Alan Beringer, Kenneth B. Brook, Maury Jacob Capilouto, Eli Irving Capilouto, Larry Eli Cohen, David Richard Cohen, Micheal Jon Cohen, Robert Cohn, James Ivan Datnoff, Alan David Dorman, Micheal Erwin Feld, Montgomery Feldman, Charles Franco, David Gauant, Harvey Richard Gladstein, Bob j.,,.-- . , 4 ,Pi 'I N ,, W-vi-- us 1 , - J, Lg. . 1,-v-,gtg Glass, Fred Goldner, Stephen Lance Goldstein, David Jay Golinsky, William Alec Hasson, Leonard Stanley Held, Ronald Stephen Jackman, Jay Roger Kohn, Richard Leon Leet, Ronnie Lefkovits, Norman L., Jr. Levin, Barry Alan Levine, Richard Lee Lewis, Russell Keith Lipson, Harry Aaron, III Loeb, Jack, Jr. q Luks, Marc Lustig, Bruce Henry Maisel, Leon Marks, Allen Metzger, Leonard H. Miller, Steve 368 ,.: an, 'f ,2' ff" Mintz, Mitchell Moss, Marshall Norman Muhlendorf, David M. Orenstein, Ross Owens, Ronald Walter Pittman, Norbome P., Jr Raymond, Bruce Reuben, Steve Rich, Paul Rice, Jr. Sabel, James Russell Calloway, Ronald Glenn Shaftman, Frederick K. Siegal, Frank Silver, Mark Silverfield, Maury Sokol, Jerry Sokol, Joe Weiss, Ellis Zeff, Howard William Zweig, Dennis Jay 'app f' 2250 fi-W The men of Zeta Beta Tau entered into the school year with big smiles and happy faces. Why? Because the dream of the brothers has come true! The two story, brick Colonial man- sion recently built proudly rests at its beautiful new location on Fraternity Row. But there are saddened hearts, too, as we leave the old Zebe house which was built in 1918, two years after the founding of Psi Chapter at the University. For in the old house consisted many hard working and dedi- cated people ranging from All-American gridiron stars to nationally renowned business and professional leaders. ln the old house which is full of fabled traditions, many memories will be left behind, but ZBT, in its new location, will con- tinue these successes to which we have become accustomed. We, the members of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity believe that the development of the individual as a responsible, mature member of society is the primary goal of the university today. We also believe that the fraternity offers to the university community a unique, desirable, and successful means of 369 achieving this goal. In fulfilling the purpose of fraternity we dedicate ourselves to the principles of intellectual aware ness, social responsibility, integrity, and brotherly love. Zeta Beta Tau an A , M rs, , W It . 4' ., nam? in-' ' " a", V.. ,. . Q , ,fw- L v '-N, 2. ' ' 4' -.. . 4 Y. ' -Av- Q f-lf.-ii wo ..- , 4 M- 0, as s, N B -s -rj-f M-..q"'f',g,. Adair, Olivia Allen, Barbara Allison, Pat Baggett, Cathy Baily, Babs Baily, J ynx Beckley, Susie Berry, Cecil Britton, Kathy Brosier, Debbie Broughton, Debbie Broughton, Mary Brown, Janet Bussey, Tricia Cain, Judy Cannon, Betsey Carroll, Suzanne Chappell, Carolyn Chappell, Connie Cook, Carla Deboy, Carolyn Delk, Sherry Earley, Toni Estes, Emily Evans, Elizabeth L . J Var- ,f ,, .. v. 1 Ford, Lucia Garnett, Donna Garrett, Becky Gewin, Ann .1-,. V KX., t , gif. ' . ' 4' A. -.- ., .4 I IE. k 4 - ,ac - X . .. Q ' ' ' N' I. rv' - x -X . I ' .- 5 . .X .I - ' "f V 3 ..-'L.. L , King, Terry Lehmann, Mary An Cjfgzgzgqlewis, Barbie cCam, Susan GOQdwyn,Ne1 e McDa 'el,Talethia Gre1f,Na y C, athy Griffin, 'Q' - a 'dy Guerar -ig ns--Q-1 :, QU! my Gunter, i 4. Haigler, Z' r . a f -, - -ig- Hamner . 6 ' - Hanby, ' , - gu ra Harber PS - ' ! Harriso xg J X -"U - 14 : Haskins! : ,ii ---,-.' .. , ,..f1.1'E..i i Haywood, 1 if . , ,L Phill ' H1I'1ClS, AI1 " 'j ff 'i" 5 ltCl'1" ri -l affiet Honea, Shir e j J -Q' In ne Jackson, . a- 'ilfulg a - -- islzszsz- -L s s a Fife Johnston,Hol K ,J 1 JH ' Jones, Jan Q' Siirah Jones, Toni " ' " gers, Alex Keith, Carolyn K A Ross, Sheila 370 l'l Sanders, Susie Schnell, Linda Sellers, Susu Shannon, Lauren Skipper, Nancy Skipper, Sarah Smith, Alice Spencer, Nancy Stankard, Lori Stanley, J an Stone, Judy Taylor, Ann Tolleson, Suzon Treadaway, Traci Treese, Maggie Waites, Janet Warren, Ellen Wilson, Laurie Wilson, Liz Wise, Beth Wohanka, Trish Woodard, Karen Wozniak, Dawn Wozniak, June Wright, Cathy if if I fi .f A N .M F 3, xfffniaha --f it As Zeta Tau Alpha celebrated her seventy-first birthday this year, she could be proud of her many accomplishments. Founded in 1898 at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Zeta has spread her Sisterhood and friendship across the United States and Canada, in a total of 140 chapters. The members of Nu Chapter have long felt their importance in the life of the University of Alabama campus. Today, we are 100 strong, with lots of enthusiasm, activities, and hon- ors. Just look around to find Zetas in Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Whois Who, and many other honoraries. We could also claim AWS treasurer and Program Director, COROLLA section editors, SGA sorority representative, a member of Madamoiselle College Board, and members of Spirit, Triangle, and SGA committees. Donit think we would be left out of the beauties either: We were very proud of our two COROLLA favorites, lst. Al- ternate Homecoming court, Pi Kappa Phi, Theta Chi, and Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sisters, and Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. All the Zetas were thrilled by the Sigma Chi Derby when we won the Spirit trophy, chorus line, and overall trophy. - What a year! Weill probably never forget all the fun we had -and most of all, we enjoyed learning the real meaning of our No. l Zeta Tau Alpha Sisterhood. Zeta Tau Alpha ff , ,f N. in I,. Yi Y . 5536 at' . ,.?'Lj:' .5 . 'Q I 'lg 57749, . " HLA. M wwe' , 'un f' 2' 'iv F 'EK AW? 4 x. lf' :K . - zu- '-4' . -P' fax -4.2 , . 1 Q ' 1 15 5 dia?-+15 E"'4'! i'?Q5'L' D-. i H121f'w+2 Q',T.4-'I gig-1' 1:1 A 4521! Q Tiff ' . ffaaf L iyzff xv -26,3 If - . 1 5 , -vi 4. '. u 5? ,I . I .p C V ,gn le swlwd-QE . i 3 an - Lif , , ,. A -4 I pig,- 'x.+'w,. 0 1 4+ ws. N' 'mfg I , y , --V H Aj X,,,f VY-,NW-'Sec ,S , . H1 , ' i3?ffffT'A3i N . js R , .af 43-:-if J '- 1+ . l,'3"1.' f 9 - . .mf U in " 1. ,Qi . mwxw f ' R731 ,- . ,.,. , ... Q M92 wf-H--c 'l' A ' Q. N 'Y - V up -uf I. 3 X .-..,,,,:r.0' a -95 .- Ag mv if v,."fz"" "lik XQQ -'50 ' " I A 4 Ml. , PF: F1 , 5 F1fi,'? 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Others will join because they are bored and idle or because they seek status and association. Taken together these "joiners,' constitute the majority of the membership, but there also exists a few committed members who are en- ergetic enough to nourish an organization and make it grow. What you get from an organization is what you want from it, but in order to reap any of the benefits, regardless of your motives, you must first become involved. 5'535a mg., me ' Sim - Az 'Fig Pi,-' : M Q lf. .Wiki xg.. Attend an average meeting of any organization and itis no wonder why less than half of the enrolled membership is in attendance. The more egotistical members vehemently campaign for leadership, and in the end the position is usually awarded to the most charismatic personality if not to the most handsome candidate. Despite the fact that there is a leader the average club meeting is disorderly and the most important decisions are postponed to a later date. Talk centers around the main project of the year which is a Christmas party for the under- privilegedg all left over funds go back into the treasury to cover the expenses of sending several representatives to Chicago for the national conven- tion. The common person is important only in so far as he pays his dues and supports the political machinery of the club. Such scenes breed apathy in the average student. .'-' f '-,a - f U M .f l -P -I get r A: si -,:.,.g'::1f' .M 'L'-H -' ' . 1 f- 'w""w- i ff- x ., "-4,1 .: ,-" J" 1 ",, 'L '- '- -0' ' ' ,,. QJ,,,I..?f7g ui. I Q, A Yi "'- V Witfh' '51-ST xii? 4 ' ' " - 4 Riff f ' N . at , . . ' 'ffciml Q"S' :Q 'R W' "H E --' 7 1" " "9 1 '- ' .,.' . ,ed 19424 rr , OJ i-..-. n - 4. - . -:L .fi .--,1 ' - -1" ,r 'G il -w i f ,.a+,wv'f .H ..7- " .. 5' 1 t ml ll ii qi X ' vu .2 " . ' ,i ' ij W' ' -1, .' 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Ried Drinkard, Scott Hunter, Danny Ford, Charles Ferguson. , , , , 3 ASTD The purpose of ASTD is to stimulate the studentls interest in business and industryg to inform the student of opportunities, problems, and responsibilities ofthe graduate who plans to enter the business worldg to acquaint him with the kind of training he may expect upon entering a business or industrial firmg and to give an opportunity for closer contact with leaders in the various areas of job opportunity. President Bobby Hogue First Vice-President John Dorsett Second Vice-President Bill Mitchell Secretary Martha Wingard Treasurer Brenda Head Faculty Sponsor Minnie C. Mills .cfx Row one: Bobby Hogue, Martha Wingard. Row two: Dennis Hopper, Stephen G. Snipes, Brenda Head, John Dorsett, Row three: Minnie C. Mills, David Cain, Bill Mitchell. Row four: James C. Broadus, John Paul Burton, Jerry Jacob, Carter 381 1 x: 1 3 . 1, is -.gzpffi-2,55 ' v et at : f:ff.'f'Q.7iI-'f- , . .. .Q , -.53 1 -Mi' af -:fp - l1f'::'2se5:K1s125e::z- if s't'u 1. f -' 32 Y- N3 -'Q wx! ."'3S.'.3'14:'y?ff"L'k5Gi:q,1:fgQF X . V. sw.-.awk .,i .-ff .,v "" ...,.,. . . is iw, N r,q..9f.... Wm. ,. Matthews. Row five: Ron Morrow, Jesse Lester, James Bridges. Row six: Jon Vice, Phillip Faulk, Janet Rieke, Philip White. The University Chapter of the Agnes Ellen Harris Club is a professional organization of the School of Home Economics and is affiliated with other 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 to 1952, lt now has over 200 members. The club is a service honor organization and membership is open to all students majoring in home economics. The chapter seeks to enrich each member's college career and to preserve the ideals and promote the lasting values of Home Economics. Agnes Ellen Harris Club Alethea Matthews Buffa Gallo Anita Boswell Jean Roberts Rosemary Betsil Betty Bateman Treasurer President Secretary Projects Chairman Second Vice-President First Vice-President Chi Delta Phi 'N J Row one: Kathye Tall, Ellen Barnes, Janet Goodwyn, Andrea Young, Ella Solomons. Standing: Carolyn Hall. Daisy Partridge. Jean Ann Lorenza, Beverly Woolf. Gail Love, .lane Smithson. Phi Upsilon Omicron Row one: Allannah Bone, Anita Boswell, Gaila Twitty, Carol Ken- drick, Carol Harris, Buffa Gallo, Betty Batemon, Sherry Blalock. Carol Meaney. Row two: Tricky Perry, Ellen Barnes, Sharon Burk- halter, Sandra Sayer, Jane Arwood, Sherry Donahoo, Suzanne Prior, Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national honorary professional fraternity in the field of home economics. It was founded at the College of Agriculture at the University of Minnesota, February 10, 1909. Membership is by invitation and is Kathy Blake, Ginger Day, Rebecca Crowson. Row three: Linda Lumpton, Wilma Harris, Rosemary Gregg, Jenny Hotto. Dale Sherer, Libby Massey, Karen Cornell, Judy Reynolds, Carolyn Feazel, Ruth Wallace. based on scholarship, leadership, character, and service. One is eligible upon completion of the third semester in home economics, if an overall two point average has been achieved. 4 Drtar Board one: Jane Silverman, Mil Ennis, Mary Ann Blair, Margaret e, Dee Gardner, Nita Rotenberry, Kathy Madison, Jo Ann gton, Diane Southwell. Row two: Ella Solomon, Jane Hard- fanet Pruitt, Carolyn Hall, Faye Barrett, Lois Cobb, Nancy Skipper, Sally Shugart, Mary Lou Hampshire, Sarah Ann Stewart, Beth Finch, Jo Ann Harris, Sandy Schultz. Row three: Linda Schnell, Patty Duke. Mortar Board is the University's senior Women's honorary ser- vice organization. It is part ofthe national organization founded in 1915. Membership selection is based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character, and is restricted to the most outstand- ing women on campus. i Each year Mortar Board helps provide leadership in the academic community and social service to worthy projects. It provides a four year scholarship for a deserving University student each year. Alabama Insurance Society The Alabama Insurance Society was formed for the purpose of promoting educational, civic, social, fraternal, literary, scientific, professional, and cultural activities related to the insurance field and its environs. Founded in l969, the society seeks to bring about a fuller understanding of insurance and its environs by promoting student association with industry leaders through the ve- hicles of seminars, field trips, and speaker engagements. President Ste Vice President Ric Secretary Jar Treasurer Jac Chairman of Public Relations J ol Chairman of Publicity Bo Chairman of Executive Committee J ol 1 1 a l E Row one: Dr. C.A. Spencer, Jr., A.W. McNeely, Jane Hardesty, Janet Pruitt, Pat Davis, Bobby Johnston. Row two: Cliff Baggwell, lVl.V. Wilkerson, R.W, Ogilvie, John Davis, Steve Miller, Vic Turner, Glenn Eubanks. Row three: Arnold Clark, Jr., Wallace G. Richeson, Grady Zeanah, Bill Donahoo, Johnny Adams, Peter L. Palmer. Robert M. Beaton. Row four: Charles Bailey, Phillip Wick- 386 Strom, Stephen Dinges, Sara Lee, James Townsend, John S. Bickley. Row five: Daniel Williams, Jack To Duffee, John Webster, Ronald Simpson, Gatha Oi Smith. Row six: Eugene B. Kopp, William L. Turne make, Thomas Hinson, Robert Wood, Dwight Hillmz cus. Crimson Girls l' P- -2' L'Ff.JF,y-gf rl X ' if f, f rf 2' 'rr'---f--fs, .. ,: 1--a..4i4Lz,gE, 2, . "AN . .,,,. ., Muffin Hatch, Margaret Lee, Shirley Mahan, LaVeral Sanders, Milla Dailey, Kathy Blake, Mary Pearson, Marcia Wood, Kathy 'LTL W-a..,,,w....-.,,,,,,mW I JW, fs'rfN4??5?!- In aw ,yy 387 ' I 4' A as rrrll , .,. M e- M- M ' ..M ww' ....-mm. W 5, LAK M if W. W Natter, Ella Solomons, Amanda Sawyer, Mickie Smith, Judy Clemons, Martha Hamby, Marty Brazil, Cathy Johnson. The Crimson Girls serve as the Universityis official hostesses. Each year these sixteen girls serve as hostesses to all Univer- sity guests, distribute shakers to the students at the football and basketball games, escort dignitaries and coaches at pep rallies and other important programs, and assist any campus organization with publicity or with charity drives. It is an honor, a pleasure, and a good feeling to be a Crimson Girl. To be a Crimson Girl, you must be nominated by your dor- mitory or sorority house. You are then screened and selected by a panel of judges who feel that you have the poise, person- ality, appearance, and charm to represent the University. Kathy Natter, Head Crimson Girl I Mary Pearson Amanda Sawyer Crimson Girls Martha Hamby LaVeral Sanders 388 Margaret Lee Milla Dailey Ella Solomons Mickie Smith Cathy Johnson Muffin Hatch Marcia Wood Judy Clements Shirley Mahan Kathy Blake Jasons Jasons is the oldest honorary 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 Uni- versity community. The familiar 'fDerby and Canea' Csymbolizing the gentlemen and scholars representing Jasonsj can be seen worn by happy male students during the week following I-Ionorls Day in the Spring. Initiates are traditionally tapped into the organization by some member of Jasons pouring a bucket of dirty water on the head of a pre-selected spectator in the crowd around the mound on I-Ionor's Day. Then the newly informed recipi- ents are taken into the shrine Cadjacent to the libraryj and are initiated into the society. fe. -'l' .xv-W1 N. A ' John Harrison, Tom Anderson, Warren Herlong, Dagnal Rowe, Jack Moore, Richard Winstead, Henry Agee, Fred Shaftmen, Bart Sacher 390 IJ vl 4. ff"""v" ,X I V -fvx ' 1 . 5 it 1 -'sf if 15? Q. 3 Li. Y .V . .35 , - -.., " . xx ,M 4'MWuj m:,, I .5 -W 4 new "2 ,,.,,. DL? ' , ..Qg,bwg5u. . ' Q fm' ll. 4 xi. .fag ' l . X, Thomas B. Alexander Allen Bales J. Rufus Bealle Woodrow W. Boyett Paul W. Bryant Carleton K. Butler Harry Cohen Jefferson J . Coleman Henry G. Crisp James R. Gudworth Harold D. Drew William G. Echols O.B. Emerson Paul S. Garner Victor H. Gibean M. Leigh Harrison R. Murray Havens Iredell Jenkins William D. Jordan Roy W. Killingsworth Joseph T. Carpenter Bill Cochron Jack Drake Richard T. Dorman Joseph C. Espy, III Conrad M. Fowler Eddie Friend Jim A. Harris Peter L. McMickle C. Wayne Owen Robert Smith ODK ODK was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University as the first national college honorary to recognize all round leadership and worthwhile endeavor. Membership in ODK is based on a general requirement of exemplary character and success in five fields of accomplishments: scholarship, athlet- ics, student government, social, and religious affairs, publica- tions, and speech, music, and dramatic arts. The local University circle was founded on February 21, 1929, and since that time has been cited frequently for its outstanding record of accomplishment. Three members of Iota chircle have served as national presi- dents of ODK. Dr. George Lang, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, was national president from 1933 to 1935, and the late Dr. Martin tenHoor, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, serves from 1949 to 1951. Faculty Members Philip LaMoreaux Douglas E. Lanford George Lang Ralph M. Burns George A. LeMaistre David Mathews Otis P. McDuff David B. McElroy Raymond F. McLain James B. McMillan Daniel J. Meador James D. Moebes Jack P. Montgomery Charles T. Moore Harry Mossawir John S. Pancake James L. Nisbet John C. Payne Charles D. Perry W.E, Pickens, Jr. Members in Course Ed Still Don Sweeney Jimmy A. Walker W. Mundy M. Richburg L. Menefee M. House N. Waldrop Seth Hersh R. Childs Joe Estep 391 John F. Ramsey William K. Rey Eric Rodgers John D. Roth Wilbur H. Rowand C. Dallas Sands Charles L. Seebeck, Jr. C.T. Sharpton John H. Sloan Steve Sloan Winston Smith Charles G. Summersell Joab L. Thomas Joseph F. Volker Robert N. Whitehurst Emmet Gribbin Amos Burns Hubert Mate Joseph Bettis Joseph Mallisham F. Ford John Harrison James Hightower Jack Moore Dag Rowe Barton Stuart Sacher Kennard Smith Richard Cain Winstead J.R. Brooks, Jr. Cordon Bailey Mr. Henry Agee Tau Beta Pi Thomas D. Loftin, President, David W. Arnold, Vice Presidentg Warren G. Keith, Treasurer, Howard G. Meigs, Corresponding The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded in 1885 at Le- high University and has since grown to 134 chapters with over 150,000 members. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. Alpha Sigma Mu is the National Honorary Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Fraternity. Membership is based on constitutional requirements such as integrity, leadership, and initiative. Alpha Sigma Mu was established in 1932 at the Michigan College of Mining and Technology. The purpose of Alpha Sigma Mu is to further the arts and sciences of metals, to promote and recognize scholarship, professional attain- ments, and high social and moral culture of its members, to maintain the highest and best objectives of the profession to which the members aspire, and to further the free relations among schools and colleges of metallurgy throughout the land. Secretaryg Robin L. Brown, Recording Secretaryg Sharon W. Bush, Cataloger. The Alabama Beta chapter was founded at the University of Alabama on November 20, 1926 and has since then initi- ated over 1,000 members. Membership in Tau Beta Pi represents the highest honor to be attained in the College of Engineering and is awarded on the basis of high scholarship, leadership, and character. Alpha Sigma Mu Chesley Johnson, Randy Johns, Gil Plott, Keith Franz, President, David McCain, Vice-Presidentg Nolan Shipp, Secretary-Treasurer. Delta Sigma Pi Row one: Cecil Brown, Bill Vassar, John Pope, Don Griffin, Pam James E. Wilson, Ronald E. Goertz, District Directorg Richard A. Humble, Sweetheart, Ronald Salloway, Harry Brown, Ronnie K. McGeary, Bill Creel, Philip Benefield, Larry Capilouto, Jimmy Terry, Jackie A. Nesmith. Row two: W.C. Garrison, William Hoit, Williams, Charles Yates, Dr. R.J. Freeman, Faculty Advisor. Delta Sigma Pi is an international professional commerce dards, and advancing the interests of the College of Com- fraternity with the objectives of encouraging scholarship, merce and Business Administration and the University. professional spirit, good fellowship, and high ethical stan- Marketing Club The University of Alabama Market- ing Club was organized on Septem- ber 26, 1961, in order to further the professional development of its members, promote closer relations between students, faculty, and busi- nessmen, instill high ethical stan- dards in its members, and to pro- mote sound concepts concerning marketing for all members. Row one: Ron Ryan, Treasurerg Robery Wilbanks, 2nd Vice Presidentg Bruce Weinstein, lst Vice Presidentg Richard Taylor, President. Row two: Raymond Griffin, Secretary, Carvl Carey, Sheila King, Morris L. Mayer and J. Barry Mason, Co-Faculty Advisors. 393 Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi is the national honorary and professional accounting fraternity. Mem- bership 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 laid down by the national accounting fraternity. Through the sponsoring of panel discussions by students and faculty mem- bers, business meetings, and a variety of other professional and social activities, Beta Alpha Psi seeks to promote the strict ideals and ethics of accounting. . Officers Harry Reitmyer, President, David Kane, Vice President, Mack Nunn, Secretaryg Anne Walker, Recording Secretary, Henry Agee, Parliamentariang Thomas N. Humble, Faculty Vice-President. The purpose of the American Society of Civil Engineers to help the civil engineering student prepare himself for entry into the profession and the society and to enrich his college courses by beginning those profession- al contacts and associations which, continued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. American Society of Civil Engineers Row one: Johnny Smalley tSecretaryJ, James Keith tVice Presidentj, Rebecca Smalley, Ronald Bell, S.T. Bunn, Jr. Row two: Bruce H. Anderson, Jim Bambarger, Mike Akridge, James M. Silva, Tim Wright, Bobby McCraw. Row three: Richey Harrison, Jimmy Black, Ronnie An- drews, A.R. Tillman, Larry Larrimore, J.T. Redd. Row four: Wayne Carroll, Roy Harrell, David Pope, Charles Wright, Carol Smith, Billy Alldredge. Row five: Tom Galloway, Randy Stephens, Bill Cobb, Bill Sanford, David Ramsey. 03 394 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 association with alumni who Row one: Ken Lewis, Wayne Causey. Row two: Jesse Tilton, David Prickett, James Marler, Ferris Stewart, Hal Burton. Row three: Harry Weaver. Greg Vaughn, Larry Payne. have attained prominence. American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers 6 lg Row one: Donald Raab, Alan H. Goode, Calvin Duncan, Phillip G. Reeves, Rodrick E. Grant, Gerald McGough, Gary White. Row two: Terry Phillips, Darry Ferguson, Bill Parker, Willard Cuzzart, The American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petro- leum Engineers was founded in 1871 with an original mem- bership of 22, and was the second engineering society to be formed in the United States, It is one of the five Founder 5 Donald Lawrenz, Ron Bryant, David Millican, Ronald Hallmark, Tommy M. Warren, Charles Lee, Dan Kremer, Danny Hagood, Donny Hagood. Societies, the oldest, most important and influential engi- neering societies in the country. A dynamic, growing organ- ization, AIME now has almost 44,000 members throughout the world. Town Girls Town Girls Association is an organization for all women students from Tuscaloosa County. It exists for the purpose of informing its members of University activities and en- couraging their participation in University life. Town Girls performs many service projects for the University as well as the community. Theta Sigma Phi, a fraternity of trained women journalists, was founded in 1909 by seven women students at the University of Washington in Seattle. In the last 60 years, this organization has grown to 70 student chapters, 48 professional chapters, 27 clubs, and a membership of more than 25,000 As well as stressing high professional standards, fellowship and community service, Theta Sigma Phi offers many services to the student. Among these are scholarship grants, workshops, international pro- grams, and job placement service. Row one: Nancy Free, Social Chairman, Susan Youngblood, Vice- President, Rosalyn Johnson, Project Chairman, Camille Johnson, Program Chairman, Andrea Young, President. Row two: Sydney Grady, Treasurer, Marie Powell, Co-Historian, Anne Jobson, Pub- licity Chairman, Susan Strong, Co-Historian. Theta Sigma Phi Row one: Linda Harrell, historian, Diane Southwell, vice-presidentg Professor Miriam G. Hill, adviser. Row two: Carolyn Wallace, Diane McDuff, Yvonne Saliba. 6 The Bench and Bar Society ay 1-1 . - 19,41 .'., Nfl' . . 3.-' .Q . T-1'u'u"'A . YR ...asf Row one: David Albert Rains, Vice-Presidentg Thomas R. Christian, President, William D. Hudson, Secretary. Row two Charles W. Cochran, Charles H. Morris, John C. Falkenberry, Richard l-I. Dorrough, Joseph A. Colquitt. Row three: W.S Barnes, Jr., J.C. Sullivan, Jr., H.L. Carter, J.N. Bradley, Jr., J.T. Carpenter. The Bench and Bar Society is a service honorary composed of second and third year law students. Membership in the Society is based on service, scholarship, and leadership. The Society undertakes a number of service projects throughout the year. 397 Sigma Delta Chi Row one: Jim Ziegler, Bobby Clark. Dick Stewart. Row two: Bob Mellen. Major Fred Grenier, Rick Murphy, Bob Brans- ford, Al Kitchen, Mike Sherman. Sigma Delta Chi, the Professional Journalistic Society, was enrichment among journalism students. In this capacity it founded in 1909 and is the oldest and most select organiza- provides an invaluable avenue of communication between tion serving the field of journalism. It is the only organiza- practitioners and journalism students and teachers. tion that conducts an extensive campaign of professional Public Relations Student Society of America Row one: Al Kitchen, Yvonne Saliba, Presidentg Gail Love, Bar- bara Burke, Secretaryg Col. Arlyn S. Powell, Faculty Advisor. Row two: Bob Mellen, Mike Sherman, Bobby Clark, Diane Mc- The Public Relations Student Society of America, chartered in the spring of 1969, seeks to promote better relations be- tween students and professionals in this field. The Univer- sity of Alabama chapter is one of 31 student chapters in the United States. At the national conference of the Public Re- 398 Duff, Andy Grimsley. Row three: Warren Davis, Jim Ziegler, Judy Austin, Dick Stewart, Rick Murphy, Treasurer. lations Society of America, UAXPRSSA president, Yvonne Saliba, was one of two students appointed to a national committee and the UA chapter was named editor of the Forum, the national newsletter. Alabama Debate Squad Row one: Marjorie Williams, Jane Gilliland, Debby Kizziah, Janet Pruitt, Gina Twitty, Carolyn DeBoy. Row two: Woodrow Leake, Ken Smith, Joe Perkins, Bill Reynolds, Robert F. Kennedy, John Debate has enjoyed a long and rich tradition at the Univer- sity of Alabama. Originating in the literary and debating societies of the Nineteenth Century, debate became an in- tercollegiate activity at Alabama during the l93O's. Shortly after World War II, the debate program was reorganized and expanded to reflect increasing regional and national interest in debate as a meaningful college activity. One important objective of the debate program is to teach the student how to intelligently apply the tools of critical inquiry to significant public issues. Beyond this, training in debate is designed to develop in each student the ability to defend his ideas publicly and with style. Bertolotti, John Saxon, Steve Windon, Ty Warren, V. J. Zicavelli, Tim Raines. An extensive schedule of tournament competition provides the opportunity for practical experience in the use of the techniques of intercollegiate debate. The Alabama Debate Squad attends over twenty tournaments each year. Places visited include Reno, Nevada, Lawrence, Kansas, Detroit, Michigan, Hanover, New Hampshire, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania, Washington, D.C., and Chicago, Illinois. Abundant success in regional, national, and international competition has made Alabama one of the top five uni- versities in- debate. Alabama teams have won twice the National Debate Championship, an honor shared by only tive other American colleges and universities. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Incorporated mailman 5. i,:t'f f .rw wiwwav BQKQBIEA Z Q Elilill 725225 lil ct't-f.'rl ii il 551553 The Institute of Electrical and Elect- ronic Engineers, Incorporated, is the largest professional engineering soci- ety in the World. It was founded in 1884 by Thomas A. Edison and Alex- ander Graham Bell among others. Its aims include the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the related arts and sciences. Student branches of the IEEE are established at more than 200 approved colleges, universities, and technical institutes throughout the World. The activities of a student Row one: David Mitchell, Michael Kroeger, Larry Payne, James Marler, Hal Burton, Wayne branch of the IEEE Provide Students H. Cansey, Jr. Row two: Richard H. Boyd, Mickey W. Davison, Herman J. Vogel, Thomas E. -th rt -t t - t d - Henderson, Ferris M. Stewart, Gregg L. Vaughn. Row three: Michael B. McDowell, Phillip W1. an Oppo um y. O 3559613 e e u G. West, Ronald T. Neal, Charles V. Locicard, Mark O. Ripley, Jesse Tilton, Ken Lewis. cationally and socially with fellow I l D Row four: David Prickett, Donald Zukowiski, William Daniels, Brooks Lawrence, Bryan electflcal engmeermg Students- Willis, Alan Keith, Richard M. Pardue, Joe Brunsingham, Gary Jordan, Harry Weaver. Pi Tau Sigma Pi Tau Sigma, the National Honorary Mechanical Engineer- ing Fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois on March 16, 1915. Mechanical Engineers at the University of X' Alabama established the Pi Omicron chapter in 1948. The object of this organization is to foster the high ideals of the uf engineering profession, to stimulate interest coordinating de- partmental activities, to promote the mutual professional I welfare of its members, and to develop in students of mechan- ical engineering the attributes necessary for effective leader- ship and the assumption of the responsibilities of a citizen in aDemocracy. Row one: Mike Lawley, Historian, David Drummonds, Correspond- ing Sec.g Paul Elkouri, Treasurerg Wayne Sparkman, Vice-President, Larry McDonald, President. Row two: William Jordan Jr.. Joe Hawkins, Walter Culwell, Larry Knox, Lamar Sumerlin. 400 Wg, Hgokg Robert L. Plunkett Mable E. Adams Thomas B. Alexander Woodrow W. Boyett William P. Chilton Elizabeth Coleman Wade H. Coleman Ralph W. Cowart 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 Hanssen M. Leigh Harrison R.M. Havens Nolan Leonard Hudson Alto Lofton Jackson Lynda D. Jackson Kent W. Kneisel Paul G. Manget Linda D. Posey Judy A. Prince Martha Dee Shook Thomas B. Suitts Diane G. Voge Gail Wittenstein Paula J . Lee gr! Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa, the first Greek letter society, was founded on December 5, 1776, at the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia. The University of Alabama Chap- ter, Alpha of Alabama, was established 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 interests, scholarly achievement, and good character. Faculty and Staff Members Robert B. Highsaw William E. Pickens, Jr. William 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 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 Members in Course Philip D. Oliver James G. Alexander Thomas J. Alford Mary Ann Blair Sarah H. Campbell Reid A. Crotty David P. Currie Mary L. Duffey Janet E. Farrow Beverly D. George John C. Haynes Sandra Kay Horne 401 John F. Ramsey C.B. Ransone, Jr. Eric Rodgers Frances Rucks Mrs. Cynthis Ruiz-Fornells l. Willis 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. Winfield J oab Thomas Edward A. Johnson Kathleen C. Nichols Linda Rae Schnell Frank W. Sliz Lena E. Tate Mabel D. Thomas Caroline Dee Trahan Mary Christina Upchurch Donna Lyn Weber Loren C. Owensby Ronald W. Berry William T. Grant Engineers' Executive Council The Engineers' Executive Council is the governing body of the Student Engineers' Association. The purpose of the En- gineers' Executive Council is to coordinate the activities of the student body of the College of Engineering, to provide programs of interest and benefit to these students, and to Office of the Dean of the College of Engineering. Activities include a Freshman Orientation Program, study of registra- tion and scheduling in the College of Engineering, sponsor- ship of lecture programs, and sponsorship of Engineer's Day in the Spring. act as an intermediate agent between these students and the - 1 tl :Q i 2 , ,-3 Row one: Thomas D. Loftin, David Sudduth, Parliamentariang Ron- Smally. Row two: Ronald Wooten, William Ryan, Charles Lockard, nie Steele, Secretaryg Harry Weaver, Presidentg Marshall Lewis. J.C. Vance. Nolan Shipp. James Forlines, Larry Nunnally, Bill Vice Presidentg Don Leonard, Editorg Gilbert Sentell, Johnny Brown, David Mitchell.Johnny Burns. Circle K International is the largest Collegiate service organization in the World. Established at the University of Alabama in 1957, Circle K devel- ops responsible leaders for the future while serving both community and campus. "We Build" is more than a motto to the Circle K man, it is a challenge to serve wherever needed. Row one: Hank Knight, Sergeant at Armsg Tommy Brazial, Vice Presidentg Jim Mullins, Pres- identg Mudge Allen Brooks, Executive Advisorg Clark O. Thornton, Kiwanis Advisor. Row two: Edwin Arnold, Treasurerg Grey Redditt, Bert Mackentepe, Richard May. 402 Pi Sigma Alpha Pi Sigma Alpha is the national political science honor soci- ety. Chapters receive into membership students of govern- ment, political science, public administration, and interna- tional relations when such students attain high standards of scholarship and academic distinction both in political science and in the rest of their academic work. lt is the aim of Pi Sigma Alpha to be much more than a group of chapters devoted solely to the election of honor stu- dents into membership. Each chapter functions as an integral part of the political science department in the promotion of worthwhile extracurricular activities related to public affairs. Pi Sigma Alpha continues to serve its objectives of stimulat- ing productive scholarship and intelligent interest in the sub- ject of government. Row one: Joseph C. Pilegge, Faculty Advisorg Gordon O. Tanner, Presidentg Sandy Kniphfer, Secretary-Treasurerg Patrick E. Dunagan, 403 Vice-President. Row two: Richard S. Quiggins, Barbara Maxwell, Andy Mclvlahan, Cleve Reding. AIAA The AIAA, founded in 1963 by the merger of the American States. lts 32,500 members includes the leading scientists, Rocket Society and the Institute of the Aerospace Sciences, engineers, and technical managers of the country's aerospace is the principal aerospace technical society in the United program. Row one: Jerry M. Trimm, Mike Cox, Tim Plunkett, Robin Row three: Max Tomlin. John Maynor, Jason Redmond, Joe San- Browne, James Rowland, Margie Lee, Richard Sirmon. Row two: toro, Tom Loftin. Alexander Nick, Jr.. Harold Odom, David Lowe, Kevin Letherwood, Steve Rosbottom, Larry Cunningham, Johnny Moreno White. John E. Jackson. James L. Hicks. Robert G. Dodd. Nick, Richard Bradley. Larry Byrd Ill. Ronald Woote. Standing, Andrew L. Boggess. Michical O. Woodham. National Collegiate Association for Secretaries Row one: Martha Holcomb, Madolyn Clip- son, Genie Morgan, Brenda Robertson. Treasurer: Toppy Ezell, Sponsor: Brenda Cazonere Vice President, Joann Gray, President. Row two: Jane Ryan, Louise Blackmon, Carlotta Bryant, Secretary: Sandy Rushing, Historian. Row three: Marsha Waldrop, Linda Stewart, Jan Greer. Row four: Donna Peak, Sandra Little, Susan Phillips, Ann Lowe. Row tive: Sue Williamson, Dana Anders, Mar- ian Daniel. Row six: Charlotte Kain, Wanda Skinner. Row seven: Anne Norris, Ann Marie Tucker, Patsy McNuity. Row eight: Pam Perkins, Brenda Laycock, Judy Stark, Dr. Wilson Ashby. 404 Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi, founded at New York University in 1904, is the oldest professional Commerce fraternity. Alpha Rho Chapter at 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. The objects of Alpha Kappa Psi at the time of 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 institu- tions ot' college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration." Row one: Raymond Ogilvie, Eugene Lankford, Mike Spencer, George Moore, Allen Terry, Phillip Jones, Bill Higgins, David 405 Jones. Row two: Jerry Hyche, Joe Phillips, Owen McDonnell, Rae Allen, Rick Ranbeau, Bubba Leigh. Triangle Triangle, the largest women's service honorary on the campus, was founded in May, l939, and is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior members. Throughout the year Triangles major project has been working with the Veteran's Hospital. Parties including Bingo, table games, singing, bowling, decora- tions, and a Christmas party have been given for the Veterans each month. Triangle also presents a trophy for the outstanding Woman Transfer Student each year. Members are tapped in the spring on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. The purpose of Tri- angle is to promote friendship, spirit, and good will among stu- dents. As a result, new women students are made to feel and experience an integral part ofthe University of Alabama. Row one: Charlotte Ward, Chaplaing Carol Alexander, Secretaryg Deane Southwell, Second Vice Presidentg Ree Kiely, Treasurer. Row two: Daisy Partridge, Presidentg Linda Mitchen, Historian, Celeste Pickron, First Vice President. 406 Phi Chi Theta vv one: Su Su Sellers, Recording Secretary, Linda Cooney, Cor- Jonding Secretary, Jane Hardesty, President, Betty Dunham, e President, Jeanne Ward, Treasurer. Row two: Elizabeth Smith, Af. 'N- C,,,n.ffF SIX.: Ginger Parry, Sandra Daniel, Ann Lowe, Alice Schaffer, Sarah Stewart, Barbara Fields, Donna Bridges. YWCA The Young Womenis Christian Association is the oldest women's organization on the University of Alabama campus. Membership is open to any Woman student who is interested in strengthening her own religious faith, and Who is interested in sincere and needed service to the University and the community. Besides sponsoring many philanthropic projects, this year the Y.W.C.A. has also been interested in support- ing the Emphasis 70 program in order that the stu- dents on our campus could become more acquainted with current issues in the nation. It is the purpose of the Y.W.C.A., as part of a Worldwide Christian Move- ment to seek to help persons to study and work toward enriched human living and a free and just society. N one: Sarah Click, Presidentg Lynn Corthell, Secretary Treasurer, ight Gaillard. 407 Air Force Cadet Officers Club Top row: Paula Sheffield, Judy Jami- son, Debby Barnes, Shirley Jones, Betty Neugent, Christy Anderson, Debbie Kendrick, Rita Jaffe, Paula Attwell, Janette Rush, Day Walker. Bottom row: Pam Farris, Janelle Ward, Patsy Floyd, Claudia Robinson, Betty Burdette. Air Force Sponsors 408 Air Force ROTC Arnold Air Society 409 Seabbard and Blade es, N , w - ENS he S X -S - ' S Qgl .. ,Q W xx Row one: Major Kuchesky, Lewis Russell, Leslie Johnson, Ronald Owens. Row two: Steve Monger, Tom Anderson, Mike Butterly, James Trammell. Row three: Stephen Rogers, James Corder, Mich- ael Ferniany. Row four: Tim Russell, Delon Howell, Richard Sullivan, David Wood. Row five: Ivan Cancel, Willie Craig, Robert fl? Bryan. Row six: W.G. Campbell, J.W. Solomom, B.P. Rowlett, L.H. French. Row seven: Edwin McCowan, Thomas McGahey, Robert Wilbanks. Row eight: Jack Moore, John Hogue, Marbury Rainer, John Parker. Army ROTC l Nr A Army SpOI1SOI'S Dale Brown Lynn Cunnlngham Barbara Jean Adams Hxtsy Parnell Cynthra Wllllams Susan Russell Barbara Brrgade Commander Cadet Colonel W1ll1am Woodruff All ,A :ff ' ' 1' I I N" :N f f . , 1- LQ.: 1 . W , Q av f , X . Ml? aff ff' -fi" 72, ,. :mg-1.1. if Spirit Spirit GOVCI'f1lI'1g Board Row one: Sue Snyder, Mary Wim- Mark Ann Freeman, Diana Fink, Cassie Fishbein, Sheila Mobley, berley, Nancy Bufford, Renee Stephens, Hollis Johnston, Jackie Genetta Bagwell, Debbie Francis. Row three: Cece Pierce, Maureen Wood, Leslie Garrett, Pat Walker. Row two: Kathy Wildman, McNeil, Shirley Jones, Maragaret I.ee,Janis Purdy, l , ,, A W2 W 3 4121-4 F ,.,, ..,, 'rib lilwu. fl M 675 7004 V Spirit Officers Karen Bevan, Presidentg Margaret Marty, Vice-Pres- identg Judy Stein, Publicity Chairman, Lynda Pruitt, Projects Chairman, Millie McCaskill, Secretaryg Mary Helms, Assistant Projects Chairman, Phyl Blount, Historian. 413 Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is the National Honor Sorority for freshman women. Members are selected on the basis of their scholastic averages, service, character, and leadership. For the 1969-1970 school year the organization has selected a service project. Once a week three or four girls volunteer an hour of their time to read stories to the young tubercu- losis patients in Hale Hospital. Being able to help others has made membership in Alpha Lambda Delta even more meaningful. Assisting and guiding us are our advisors Mrs. Sarah Healy and Mrs. Phillip La-Moreaux. Row one: Cecil Berry, Shirley Jones, Martha McCurly, Sharon Wat- son, Martha Cowden, Sue Shimoda, Cathy Johnson, Peggy Brannon, Judy Kelley, Barbara Jones, Gloria Lemaster, Judy Achorn. Row two: Anita O'Neal, Betty Allums, Suzanne Sloan, Deborah Webster, Nina Knight, Tommie Walker, Marilyn Jones, Becky Rushing, Rosalyn Johnson, India Lowry, Rebecca White, Maureen McNeil, Mary Shy. Leanne Bennett, Becky Baggett. Nancy Moseley, Mar- garet Coe, Patsy Haughton, Suzanne Prior, Carol Dyar. Alpha Epsilon Delta Row one: Celia Hutto, Secretaryg Bill Cumbie, Vice-President, David Herald, Treasurerg Michael Kirkpatrick, Historiang Hayden Childs, President, Russell Reeves. Row two: Charles Hines, Terry Dawson, Richard Berryman, Pat Gray, Charles Dyas, Jr., Roger Duggar. Row three: Clyde Butler, Jimmy Chambers, Gerard Hagg- stom, Ronnie Elmore, Steve Holt, Diego Raoul. Row four: Frederick Fondren, Richard Huie, Mike Belyeu, Jack Hataway. University Singers Row one: Ruth Rosborough, Evelyn Glover, Janet Nabors, Paula Emily Estes, Louise Reid, Linda Belcher. Row three: Tommy Key, Thompson, Betsy Wilson, Ann Smith, Patti Vogel, Peggy Seidel, Bill Ezell, Kent Corrie, Harold Shamblin, Fred Prentice, Pat Riley, Kathy Utly, Sarah Harris, Cynthia Fleming, Nancy Hofstetter, Nelle Tommy Nunnally, John Radford, Handy Avery, James Pruitt, Goodwyn, Lynelle Webers, Judy Graham. Row two: Brenda Honey- Daniel Ryans, Ronald Philpot, Ron Thomas, James Nance, Charles cutt, Phillis Young, Jackie Edwards, Susie Weeks, Camille Johnson, Walker, Albert Rawls, Kaysen Scott, Frank Stewart. ,J NQ"""-,.,, . 5: twga 3. ,:w:ff"f4Tfr .f' V, , L,,,,am.v..a....f..,,.-M ,, ,na , ,... A, . American Institute of Interior Design Row one: Al Burnette, Vice-Presidentg Alecia Hull, Publicity Chair- mang Linda Lee, Secretary-Treasurer. Row two: Ann Carty, Evelyn Jones, Carole Holley, Pat Conway, Pam Sandlin, Bobbie Hillman, Patty Strain, Sallie Sanders. Row three: Diana Coggin, Melinda Guided by the national and state chapters of the American Institute of Interior Designers, the student chapter at the University of Alabama teaches the ethics and standards of professionalism. Throughout the year several conventions, tours, and lectures with registered AID designers help to educate the students by letting them see the practical appli- cation of the facts they have learned in class, The programs began with a banquet at the Stafford Hotel which featured the state president, Mrs. Jean Martin, and other state committeemen. Other activities included tours of homes in Tuscaloosa, Student Design Conference in Mobile, and lectures from many professionals in some phase of inte- rior design. l l 416 'US' Millar, Alice Potter, Emma Kay Guin, Ouida Sims, Shirley Eaken, Alethea Matthews. Row four: Ann Gewin, Linda Moore, Lexie Sluyterman van Loo, Tommy Nelson, Mary Elizabeth Massey, Judy Reynolds, Charlotte Ward, Martha Rast. llN:Qb . Mrs. Jean Martin, State AID Presidentg Sonya Bachelor, University Chapter President: William Dry, State Education Chairman. Palmer Hall Row one: Eugene Futato, Thomas Tradup, Mike Worthington, John Sheffield, Charles Mauldin, Don Lowery, Baker Young, Richard Bradley, Bill Howard, Terry Mizzell, Talmadge Daniel, Kieth Barnett, Steve McCarver, Steve Jarrell, Sid Strickland, Steve Lee, Windy Leavell, Kay Stockdale, Dennis Stockdale. Row two: Bill 417 x aff 1-I3 Trapp, Lynn Smith, Richard Cowwingham, Ronald Russell, Mac Broughton, Charlie Murray. Row three: Karl Hargrave, Billy Perry, Larry Byrd Ill, Rick Napier, Lester Ledbetter, Randy O'Cain, Joe Ellis, Robert Sheppard, Ron Kouach, Alan Ross, Randy Coshatt. Martha Parham West VAN, fib- Becky Key, Presidentg Margie Lawson, Vice-Presidentg Carroll Johnson, Second Vice-Presidentg Rhonda Brown, Secretary-Treasurer. Adams Parker Q-.fa QW? x:::ff Row one: Toni Sawyer, First Vice-Presidentg Sara Faison, Second Vice-Presidentg Roxanne Am- mons, Social Chairman. Row two: Eunice Buffington, Secretary-Treasurerg Judy Johnson, President 4 18 Martha Parham East Row one: Nancy Haskins, Donna Rumore, Janet Pruitt. Row two: Connie Kovac Maria Chiepalieh. Hayden Harris E Row one: Carolyn Wolcott, Second Vice-Presidentg Billie Wilks, surer Jill Speegle Assistant Historian Peggy OBear Hlstorlan President. Row two: Iris Harris, Secretaryg Glee Tant, Assistant Linda Lee Duty Manager Duty Managerg Linda Ryan, Sports Chairmang Jane Pearson, Trea- 419 Mary Burke East Row one: Suzanne Carter, First Vice-Presidentg Patty Duke, Presidentg Catherine Kavanaugh, AWS House Represen- tative. Row two: Rochelle Harris, Treasurerg Sheila Mobley, AWS House Representativeg Trisha Manning, Secretary Mary Burke West .rk ,V I ,,.1, -V - 3 5 . Q. - V Lg , 1' , Z .. 4-.w h Row one: Terry Layne Burchfield, AWS Representativeg Chris Up- liamson, AWS Representativeg Nancy Bennett, AWS Representative church, First Vice-Presidentg Catherine Croy, Presidentg Sue Wil- Anita UNC211,SCCfCl3fY-TfCaSU1'Cf- 420 Tutwiler ll1'VN Row one: Jane Ryan, Secretary, Margaret Finocchio, Presidentg Lynn Lowery, Treasurer. Row two: Jean Ogilvie, Connie Carothers. Row three: Nora Snell, Fran Cambell, Linda Rice. Row four: Jan Baker, Lorraine Nelson. Row five: Linda Frost, Sandra Stewart, Pat Truhett. Row six: Janice Luff, Shirley Hammond. Row seven: Sandy McCurley, Linda Mendel- sohn, Kay McMasters, Cheryl Herring. Wilson 24' r X Y Linda Cannon, Treasurerg Alecia Hull, Secretary, Pat Brumley, First Vice-President, Penny Worley, President. 421 Haekberry House -1 Daquiri Pulliam, Presidentg Scotty Thomas, Historiang Kathy Parmley. Osband Hall Seated: Barbara Parrist, Secretaryg Vicki Kelly, Vice-President. Standing: Jen Henninger, Activity Chairmang Barbara Gilbert, President. lib? NI 52 if gg s 3. 7 gs E l if , 1 L 2-15. A 'i ag to l 3 EI ,gas 2 vs'-:r r E , i , ' 4 fe-y 422 Campus League of Women Voters i..." -V 1- "r"',i' V. f'-ff Ni? Z"""f2 , .ng 5 at AX, A P' P 'N it K 51421 """"""'i-""""- , V. a. fig if g-- --------- ..-. . 1 , A . . or , .lf I 2 ,,,3,,,,, V J. .3 . , . . ,, HN. V, .N M ' . . A, .. - -wf .' it , i 5' ' : 5 3" ' ' :if 9 f' ' v-.,-.wa-. 1 .f.. ng-'WL' I-1 " ' , f ' 2 -- . . ' Z . 1? I 1, . ,,., . - , . , QV g 5. Q ,M ..,.ff.2 - -.,- - i 1 Q : V ".,..!'.JJ'-4'-i,f:1'S,f a I Q. 4 5 . ,, ,, ,,,v,M.,.f..,.,,. . , - . V ....Lm.., . V 1, . aw.-...s:a..a 'x 4: , 4+ '1 .f y ,,,,,.,f . . . , f , fl -. ,, f- H4 . , 1 I 1 31 -5 .vs 5 fy .72 i 5 1,44 , ' ff' .V f Mary Trenkle, Publicity Chairmang Ellen Campbell, Unit Leaderg Linda Revelle, Program Chairmang Mrs. A. E. Webster, Sponsor. Mu Phi Epsilon Row one: Mary Shy, Carol Palmer, Sue Griffin, Linda Page. Row two: Sally McCamy, Nancy Free, Theresa Johnson, Betty Funderburke. Row three: Melinda Kitchens, Kay Searcy, Irene Stanton, Ann Ellison. Row four: Ruth Davis, Plia Dees, Barbara Jean Mikloucich, Debbie Beard. 423 Mu Phi Epsilon is a national professional music sorority. Membership is offered to those music majors and minors who excel in musicianship, scholarship, and char- acter. The University of Alabama Chapter was established in 1965. Its members pro- mote music by performing for various groups both on and off campus, ushering for concerts, serving at receptions, and assisting the music faculty whenever called upon. Alpha Beta Alpha Alpha Beta Alpha is the national undergraduate pro- fessional fraternity of Library Science. Membership in Alabama's Delta Chapter is open to anyone majoring, minoring or taking courses in Librarianship. ABA usually has between 25 and 30 members on roll. The purpose of this organization is to further interest in the profession of Librarianship. Each year ABA spon- sors, as their project, a fund-raising drive for special donations for the Library at Partlow State School. Officers pictured are: Mary Jimm Riden, President, Joan Morgan, Vice-President, Fran Danley, Secretary, and Mrs. Ruth Waldrop, Sponsor. Not pictured are: Jane Voorheers, Treasurer, and Lenora Elliott, Re- porter. Fashion Inc. l Members of Fashion Inc. for 1969-70 are: Paula Atwell, .Janice Bailey, Connie Blackman, Ellen Brown, Linda Bostwick, Anita Bos- well, Carol Carey, Roxanne Carter, Carol Champion, Gwendolyn Cunningham, Becki Daniels, Ameilia Deavours, Carol Dyar, LeAnn Frank, Buffa Gallo, Shirley Hanmond, Sally Harper, Wilma Har- ris, Iris Harris, Muffin Hatch, Nancy Hatcher, Kathy Hemphill, Pat Holladay, Jackie Huber, Janis Hughes, Gloria Jordan, Carol Kendrick, Jane Kerr, Sheila King, Frankie Lindsey, Becky Lemox, Linda Lumpkin, Susann Luxich, Millie McCaskill, Adrea Matter, Althea Matthews, Pam Maughan, Nancy Miller, Allison Mixon, Elaine Myers, Ginger Odgar, Jennie Palmer, Celeste Rafalsky, Jane Romey, Elizabeth Rogers, Martha Rucks, Sandra Sayer, Anne Schell, Judith Stein, Judy Thomas, Terri Thomas, Martha Thompson, Cyn- thia Tomberlin. Sadie Weeler. Diane Williams. Board of Publications Row one: James Seay, Dr. Morris L. Mager, Dean Sarah Healy, two: Glen Tubb, James Ellison, Betty Booth. Elaine Sills, Ella Mre. Louise Boylan, Dr. Glenn Stillion, Col. Arlyn S. Powell. Row Solomons, Tony Davis. 425 n . GLASSES Qi! 428 .4-in Q x .qw f,-aeammwzmi , f:aFfWh v-Mmm, ,sv 5, ,an 429 430 I ii q x 1 'VM 4 il LURLEEN HWHLLHEE GOVERNOR I YK. v 5:2 432 I 433 an ,W 2? 55 if D4 Q ' .,1-:Sigh 'ff 4' ra: - , V -W ,, N 2' ' 2 wi, , 29 ..,,9-Z' ., . wa, This year AWS sponsored a pilot project in the co-ordina- tion of volunteers on campus with volunteer opportunities in the community. This project, carried out by the AWS Community Action Division, is organized generally as the other five AWS executive divisions with the novel ex- ception that male students are as actively involved as are female students. ln the first semester of its operation, the agency co-ordi- nated volunteers with positions in ten community organi- zations and institutions through its Volunteer Services Bureau. Through the Community Organizing Division of Community Action, volunteers were funnelled into three projects in poverty areas near campus. Both the Volun- teer Services Bureau and the Community Organizing Di- vision seek not only to provide manpower but also to facilitate these ongoing volunteer projects in ways deemed acceptable by both project directors and the Community Action staff. Another emphasis of the Community Action Division is that of seeking to co-ordinate the several volunteer efforts on campus by means of a Volunteer Advisory Board which meets to discuss special problems which may arise and common situations which may be worked on together. A central file about volunteer projects on campus is visualized and should be begun by the end of this school year. if 'fx 7 H ' f "."17" ""T"'," "if f A fj V.9 '54 Z-2,4 'I Wyfyl ' Q f ff In W W 'XMWZW ,744 jzylf X Af 'f M1 ' ,,,' ,,,,, lf. 7 W1 if .I 5 'ff 'ZW ffm f, -y, ,ff ff I2 QQX zz, 4 'if' f fW,e4Z,g1l1W1,3 Z6 ' Je, 2' fy? 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S' ' psy ' s -N - :-,553 Pfbj I2 aw , ---- . 2 - Sliffii':i4V C ' 'w 'a,Y55 . . f . jjeqovercrowded lectures. lt offers an alternative to the courses currently being -Q ' " ' - - fwfp. 'V -sf 'T K . iuimgersiltf that are not socially relevant. To achieve this goal TS?-sf aa" '1""'fA ' 1 T ,f X 1 ulx-:bi l'.t' ff,!g1liiiColliege presents outstanding speakers in the field of educational s.fA:.x T. tsflgfsf-f,i:Kmi.g', ' if V, ,1 I i , -IEEQSQEEQQFQTQ-f.-sxstieniulatuig,an personal method, by taking them directlyfwto' the gt 'Q' .i ,ixfl ii- A FY-ing-5' ' 1- 'L I ssbf - ' V ' 35553 f'iQi iall forums. A .wif ft ggQ1.:::"' Kev: 1- -- ' . 2 ' ' ' . 2 - J . . Q - .-i'f ng up the Board of Directors are Chip Letson, F y e,,l?g,gret.tgj,Ii1yg.Smithga-yM,if-'fail f I A Q ' N .i ".. Q fag jgv Q chael Golomb, and Doug Newby. These people seek a ,W wayfaafnew jyvayf1.etotg,:,Q.15 ' ' ' ' A A .fsflf . "f' live among people. A way to live without strife and violen . . . . . Q. v -'cr freedom. A Way filled with understanding. A way filled with pe V N . a do not intend to burn down your university . . I an o 1 Q' I p :H L-Q5 1 I l i,- 157221, 5 .1 Margaret Temple, President Qf V. Education. , College Presidents Norman Lelkovits, Presi- dent Qf Conrznzerce 62 Busi- ness A lil71illiSfl'ClIi0l1. if i 5 . we ,,-' M- Wm.. x ,, 'Z ' f-fl , ,,.. .X bg. X K K 2 ,. 2 9 -44 . X11 5' wb 438 JMX, 4 I Q In - a 1 1 2 i 2 f 7 WJ" Ginger Day, President 0f Home Economics. Harr Weaver, Presiclenf 0 ' En ineerim . 8 439 -zu., 'A"jff'1'4 wwf' Gordon Tanner, Presidenr Qf' Arts di Sciences. 1 19 I .WVVZW WhO,S Wh0 In Lois CoblJ American Colleges E,,aSOlOm And Universities Henry Agee I I 1 i George Culver N 440 Warren Herlon Adelaide Kilgrow Elaine Sills Sandy Schultz, Tim Russel John 84 Bo Harrison Gordon Tanner N ,,, T" I J W3 X- 5 A ' ,rp -X K ,gal ... , V f " .Ke yr 1 Z, V, I fi I I Q17 1 ' 'J1i,ff, c ' ff, , '7 , '. f ,Z fx ,, ' W 1 V 4. 1 , ' - ' 3. ' ' li? 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X .4 f- .K ..,, .V ""' '-, 4 Ni gi ' ' V N 1 i Q' ' xihm.-M Pei: -.F-' V lv 5 Q! , :J ' 1- ff +- , ei ig, ,i an James Daniel Linda Schnell Patty Duke David Libbers Dee Gardner Jimmy Hightower Janet Pruitt Mike Weathers 232: Mary Lou Hampshire z-,M-....,, ff' ' . Y rig ii' -as f P. 1 -- 'ff r 1 i.. 'n Seniors: Abe -Bol row one: ABELE, JULIA: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ABER- NATHY, WILLIAM J.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. ABRAMS, JOHN B.: Tuscaloosa: Art Education. ADAMS, JOHNNY W.: Scottsboro: Commerce and Business. ADAMS, ROSEMARY: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row two: AGEE, WILLIAM H.: Pine Hill: Commerce and Business. AKRIDGE, BRENDA T.: Tuscaloosa: Education. AKRIDGE, ROBERT M.: Ozark: Engineering. ALBRIGHT, DEBORAH L.: Roanoke: Education. ALDERDICE, JOHN D.: Hamburg, New York: Education. row three: ALEXANDER, THOMAS R.: Pell City: Commerce and Business. ALFORD, THOMAS J.: Albertville: Arts and Sciences. ALLDREDGE, BILLY H.: Blountsville: Engineering. ALLEN, CAR- LOS R.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ALLEN, EMILY E.: Montgomery: Education. row four: ALLEN, GEORGE W.: Commerce and Business. ALLEY, SUSAN L.: Auburn: Education. ALLISON, SONJA D.: Cordova: Education. ANDERSON, DAVID L.: Warner Robins, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON, EVELYN B.: Decatur: Home Economics. S avg X J W2 an 'ss it : : I M 5 Q rl . 2 :gi 'K e L : Q. fp 7 , I J . Ar we' if -ss-I . if ' J r s 451 N ,..- -' ' 1 .,f- at A, v..A. ..f:f.L, 'N ml: 3, l .Y .f,-,-Q-:ju I V P 5 xg , we -:" Jeffsifi ff - .55 M 7 ' 1 mf ., 'i ,a ?i:ff3"?3 . 5123,-2 .. ea: :-"U ' ' I, -4 at -1-g. K , es.. 3 ...rm uf, we r-fa' l 'S A : , Q : J I ' -X - - M ,. , ' A X g ,V D, .3 . if 45' I 444 :1i5:,,:.: " -T: , 2:39 get xg .sr X is R W X, s, 1? Q row five: ANDERSON, JOANN A.: New Orleans, Louisiana: Edu- cation. ANDERTON, ROY D.: Tuscaloosa: Education. ANDERSON, THOMAS P.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. ANDREWS, EVERETT R.: Grove Hill: Engineering. ANTONIO, PAT J.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row six: ARENDALL, ROBERT A.: Mobile: Commerce and Busi- ness. ARNOLD, CHARLES E.: Hanceville, Commerce and Busi- ness. ARNOLD, SHARON T.: Tuscaloosa: Education. ARNOLD, STEPHEN R.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ARWOOD, JANE E.: Birmingham: Home Economics. row seven: ASHFORD, DONNELL C.: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. ATCHLEY, LINDA R.: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. ATCHLEY, ROBERT D.: Gadsden:,Commerce and Business. ATCHLEY, RON- ALD C.: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. AUERBACH, LARRY A.: Biloxi, Mississippi: Engineering. ' row eight: AVERY, JAMES R.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. AVERY, RICHARD M.: Greensboro: Arts and Sciences. AXT, LINDA K.: Summerville, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. AYCOCK, JERRY A.: Athens: Education. AYOTTE, LINDA U.: Somerset, New Jersey: Education. row nine: BACCOS, WILLIAM R.: Tuscaloosa: Education. BACCUS, LINDA E.: Oakman: Education. BADHAM, CRAWFORD G.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BAGLEY, HOLLIS R.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. BAGWELL, DRENDA C.: Guntersville: Com- merce and Business. row ten: BAILEY, GEORGIA A.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BAILEY, JAMES W.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BAILEY, JERRY Z.: Madison: Commerce and Business. BAILEY, JOHN B.: Hetlin: Arts and Sciences. BAITES, JOHN W.: Huntsville: Com- merce and Business. any -My .4 -are -f ff -...Ma - ., H v, ' 4 .V , 5 , , I ZZQ MA., ig. ,. ,1. .,:?.-.,.,f 'fy' Il ff -41:-,515 gay. .:1,..,f,.f,...f3g', Q . My 1.5-A V 1 3 6 .. ,M 4 .f A:-l ffff "" ' tl .. I fir -.Q .4 X - .. fl 'ef at I Sf B. row five: BEARDEN, RONALD P.: Maplesville: Engineering. BEASLEY, LINDA R.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BEASON, STEPHEN E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BEATON, ROBERT M.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BEAUCHAMP, LYNN M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row six: BEAVERS, VIRGINIA L.: Akron, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. BECKMAN, EUGENE C.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BEDSOLE, RANDALL G.: Elba: Commerce and Business. BEELER, JOHN H.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BELL, JOHN D.: Falkville: Education. row seven: BELL, RONALD L.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. BELNAP, KRISTINE L.: Enumelaw, Washington: Arts and Sciences. BENE- FIELD, PHILIP C.: Adamsville: Commerce and Business. BENNETT, CLARENCE H.: Dothan: Education. BENTLEY, RICHARD L.: Anniston: Commerce and Business. row eight: BERINGER, KEN B.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. BERRY, SUSAN E.: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois: Edu- cation. BISHOP, DAVID M.: Adamsville: Commerce and Business. BISSELL, JEAN S.: Birmingham: Education. BLACK, BEVERLY J.: Northport: Education. row nine: BLACKBURN, ROBERT H.: Augusta, Georgia: Com- merce and Business. BLACKMON, LOUISE S.: Eufaula: Com- merce and Business. BLACKSHEAR, ALAN D.: Dothan: Education. BLAINE, HENRY M.: Tuscaloosa: Education. BLAIR, MARY A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: BLAKNEY, MARIETTA S.: Alicevilleg Education. BLA- LOCK, BRADLEY G.: Hayden: Commerce and Business. BLALOCK, SHERRY A.: Hayden: Education. BLANCHARD, WILLIAM R.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BOLES, KATHERINE A.: Bir- mingham: Education. row one: BAKER III, BROOKS H.: Warrior: Engineering. BAKER, JAMES R.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. BALLARD, GARY C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. BANKS, ROBERT M.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BANKSTON, SHELIA F.: Cordova: Education. row two: BARNES, STEVENSON F.: Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BASAN, EDWARD M.: Birmingham: Education. BASS, JON L.: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. BATCHELOR, SONYA D.: Double Springs: Home Economics. BATEMAN, BETTY M.: Hanceville, Home Economics. row three: BATEMAN, BONNIE J.: Pt. Charlotte, Florida: Home Economics. BATES, BETTY M.: Birmingham: Education. BATES, DONNA J.: Birmingham: Education. BATES, DORIS D.: Brilliant: Home Economics. BATES, JOHN M.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row four: BATES, JOHN M.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BAYER, KIMBERLEY H.: Tuscaloosa: Education. BEAM, TOMMY B.: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. BEARD, DEBORAH C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BEARDEN, MARTHA A.: Mont- gomery: Arts and Sciences. 2 A. .4 A, S ,Q W I f - V, ,rl . , '21 1, A H f ,T x .. K, V , ., ,gs 11-1 y - Z. !..A. I. . . , y ff t -fa. - , .-,Q , , - Q 1 W H Q if-' :A -. V In -- - V: E pq-ff 5 .M I, I . V .. ' , '21 " z V " -2- .4 Q, , my ' 4 . ' .25 ia- 1 1 f 4 .f 3 ? gil .- 1? I . 4' 6 fa, If .. H , f V. -AJ Q .,.,f,,' z gf f y .. -- -- ' -I . , . z fn: V - 1 . . - ' 5254 f' ' 1 ,r f , 2 V : . W w wx 'I : " 7' 4 ' 1 .F l. . 1:1 ,..,,. .. . .Q .A 4. . . f " -' ,W V - ... , . 5, 5, -,. ' e . M . " ' 1 1 5? R , I f f .. ' 1. ff A, H , , .. V V 1 ff WV W 4 f 5 few? ' Q , I 14: I 655 F Q 1 5,1 , i - ,, EM! Q 1 , f f ,Q f -r ,Q 2 Q 'A-" . 2 ' . 4,1 ' ,,,17i . fi-'L -. f i. it ' I I 1 NMI' ' ' 5 7" 1 'QP - , fi A x Seniors: Bol-Chi row one: BOLLING, JAMES N.: Georgiana: Commerce and Busi- ness. BOLLING, NORMAN: Georgiana: Commerce and Business. BONE, ALLANNAH W.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. BONE, GEORGE R.: Memphis: Physical Education. BOOTH, BETTY J.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row two: BOOTH, THOMAS R.: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences BOOTHE, EDMUND D.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BORN- STEIN, THADA: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BOSHELL, LINDA B.: Jasper: Education. BOTNIK, BARBARA A.: Birming- ham: Education. row three: BOWDEN, MARY E.: Monroeville: Education. BOX- HALL, IVA C.: Orlando, Florida: Arts and Sciences. BOYD, ANDA: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. BOYD, RICHARD H.: Huntsville: Engineering. BOYETT, MYRIAM D.: Sulligent: Educa- tion. row four: BRACKIN, LINDA M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BRACKIN, RONALD J.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BRADFORD, GEORGE M.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BRANTLY, GEORGE B.: Tuscaloosa, Education. BRASFIELD, MICHAEL H.: Quinton: Arts and Sciences. row five: BRAZIL, MARTHA L.: Reform: Education. BREAZEALE, THERSA E.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BREEDEN, CATHY A.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. BREWER, ELIZABETH E.: Centre: Arts and Sciences. BRIDGES, ANNE A.: Florence: Education. row six: BRIDGES, DONNA G.: Fairfield: Commerce and Business. BRIDGES, JAMES E.: Catherine: Commerce and Business. BRIT- TON, KATHLEEN D.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BROAD- BENT, J.L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BROADWAY, BARBARA L.: Huntsville: Education. row seven: BROAGH, WILLIAM W.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BROOKER, JOHN R.: Mount Vernon, Washington: Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, MARION K.: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. BROUGH, MARGARET C.: Woodridge, Virginia: Arts and Sci- ences. BROUGHTON, DOROTHY E.: Montgomery, Home Econom- ICS. row eight: BROUGHTON, MARY E.: Mobile: Education. BROWN, AMY: Spring Lake, New Jersey: Education. BROWN, ANNE I.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. BROWN, HARRY I.: Sylacauga: Commerce and Business. BROWN, HOWARD R.: Parrish: Arts and Sciences. row nine: BROWN, KATHRYNE A.: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, LARRY W.: Daytona Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. BROWNE, ROBIN L.: Gadsden: Engineering. BRUSNIGHAM, JOSEPH E.: Birmingham: Engineering. BRYAN, LYNN E.: Bir- mingham: Education. row ten: BRYANT, BAXTER B.: Falkville: Education. BUFFLER, MARY L.: Knoxville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BUIE, PRIS- CILLA T.: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. BUMGARDNER, BONNIE C.: Athens: Arts and Sciences. BURCHFIELD, PATRICIA J.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. f j 4 4 1' 'I i I f 'fi ,. H O 1 5 'A -ill' 3 If ,,,.. in if .f :Q I I wr f. P . 'I vi 5 1, Q, ze ' f . .f gg . W , sw, ' 3 1 i W t r 4 1 p X. H1311 4 i ra g .I ze- 1 'I - w :sa-. fr-' : ,Q 1' 4 '.,,','v is jp" .' 'f , : . J - 'X S " A f- ' I - O "r- f A, gp. I gy '-.-' .. . i. if v --. X 'fl 'J -. ,ff If . . . a... .... .rl .... ..., g A - I -- ' ' - 5 iii l ,U ., Q L , . A r ' ts . 1 , N . '15 ' 1 6 -, M ff., .1 -3 ' ' sl . 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H ..A. , -Y M, --.,. , .. s m sg, ,A : E 5 f .s -,-Q . . as .- , ' 1- :I '-was ,. X. - . -me-'.Qz:.:s2 -. ss. . ,,, V 7 -. K s x 1- . X 3 N 4 5 3 . . -fx f 'K 0 i J HS' if .., 1' 4 I , 4' ' . s , .. . get - . A 1 . .. . ,,.. b ., . ,V,. : I I s if if . fl Y' 447 row one: BURKART, CAROLYN: Hanceville: Education. BURKETT, MARTHA D.: Jasper: Education. BURKHALTER, NORMAN M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BURKHALTER, SHARON L.: Reform: Home Economics. BURNET, DOROTHY E.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row two: BURNETTE, ALBERT H.: Andalusia: Home Economics. BURNS, JAMES C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BURNS, RICHARD M.: Auburn: Commerce and Business. BURNS, WILL- IAM A.: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. BURT, THERESA A.: Sheffield: Education. row three: BURTON, HAL S.: Jasper: Engineering. BUSH, SHARON W.: Huntsville: Engineering. BUSSEY, PATRICIA G.: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences. BYRAM, JIMMY L.: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences. CAFFEY, JANE: Anniston, Education. row four: CAGLE, RANDAL S.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CAIN, JERRY L.: Anniston: Commerce and Business. CAIN, JUDITH A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CALVERT, PATRICIA G.: Jasper: Education. CAMPBELL, JOHN T.: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. row five: CAMPBELL, MARSHA L.: Livingston: Education. CAMP- BELL, SARAH H.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. CAMPBELL STEVEN G.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. CAMPBELL SUSAN E.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. CANDACE, MC GAUGHYi Montevallo: Arts and Sciences. row six: CANNON, LINDA C.: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. CANNOVA, CARL J.: Birmingham: Engineering. CANZONERI, BRENDAN: Bessemer: Education. CAPILOUTO, LARRY E.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. CARDEN, BRADLEY L.: Phenix City: Arts and Sciences. row seven: CAREY, CAROL L.: Sarasota, Florida: Home Econom- ics. CARPENTER, SHEREL L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CARROLL, JOHNNY G.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CARROLL, KELLS C.: Ozark: Commerce and Business. CARROLL, WAYNE G.: Tallassee: Engineering. row eight: CARTER, JAMES L.:' Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. CARTY, ALICE A.: West Point, Mississippi: Home Economics. CARUSO, RONALD A.: Trenton, New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. CASEY, THERESA S.: OPP: Home Economics. CATTS, ERWIN C.: Huntsville: Engineering. row nine: CAULEY, JOHN M.: Opp: Commerce and Business. CAUSEY, WAYNE H.: York: Engineering. CHABANNES, RENE H.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CHAMBERS, JAMES G.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. CHAMBERS, JAMES W.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row ten: CHAMBLISS, BENTON: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. CHAMPION, BRENDA S.: Fairhope: Education. CHAM- PION, CAROLYN R.: Cheshire, England: Home Economics. CHAPPELL, CAROLYN S.: Talladega: Home Economics. CHIAR- ELLA, SAM V.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. 5 ,. -3:.3,.::4V,,. , . . "-1 -,-- fair-' Y: ' L ' A ' It 'W 5 . l,: ff '- W ,. , .. ., Ni 3 -. "-1-1,7 I ? tx' V f 9. . ," l .1 4 si- ' .ef M I 1 1' . - . . . 4'-'-' 1 Z Q " V- -u.fI:.::'iZi'--ze. 1 ' 1 f It ' can v we ' ' A .1 r, " . 4 ' 'K Z! . . ::4f::5 1-as-:s1:':fr fi - . ' - ' E- - .V 555: - Az: - ff. F A ,f X 'ft -, :Z-I. g - ,Q ,f , . V A V J. V .,,. Q Q . ,.. "1 : NS ' .M a .,. ,,,A J q. M ,.,. I iw , .4 H' x r N ' ' , , 'Qs . .. , 1 ? ' 'f' . I' '03 P: f el f . .. row five: COBB, LOIS M.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COBB, WILLIAM A.: Birmingham: Engineering. COBBLE, ARTHUR L.: Fort Payne: Commerce and Business. COCHRAN, TOMME D.: Albertville: Commerce and Business. COCHRANE, ALLEN W.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row six: COGGIN, DIANA L.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. COGGIN, JOHN C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. COGGINS, CHARLES E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. COLBURN, LUNA C.: Cottondale: Education. COLE, DONALD D.: Millport: Arts and Sciences. row seven: COLEMAN, DORTHA J.: Springville: Arts and Sciences. COLEMAN, THOMAS W.: Coker: Education. CONNORS, THOM- AS H.: Fayette: Commerce and Business. CONWAY, JOHN L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COOK, BRENDA G.: Carbon Hill: Education. row eight: COOK, HARRY C.: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. COONEY, LINDA S.: Daphne: Commerce and Business. COOPER, BYRON L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. COOP- ER, E. ANN: Moundville: Education. COOPER, THOMAS W.: Lipscomb: Commerce and Business. row nine: CORDER, JAMES M.: Athens: Commerce and Business. CORNELL, KAREN A.: Huntsville: Home Economics. CORNETT, DONNA J.: Citronelle: Arts and Sciences. CORNUTT, RONALD J.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. COSBY, THOMAS D.: Rogers- ville: Engineering. row ten: COSIER, ROBERT L.: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Arts and Sciences. COTHRAN, REBECCA S.: Minter: Education. COUCH, ROBERT L.: Northport: Engineering. COX, WILMA O.: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. CRADDOCK, DAVID C.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. 448 Seniors: Chi-Dav row one: CHILDERS, SUZANNE S.: Millerville: Home Economics. CHILDS, MARGARET W.: Tuscaloosa: Education. CHILDS, SU- SAN E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. CHILDS, WILLIAM H.: Samson: Arts and Sciences. CHRISTIAN, JOHN E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row two: CHRISTOPHER, JULIA L.: Ardmore, Tennessee: Home Economics. CHUDY, ROBERT J.: Wethersfield, Connecticut: Arts and Sciences. CHURCH, BARBARA L.: Tuscaloosa: Education. CLAY, ALYCE E.: Muscle Shoals: Arts and Sciences. CLAY, FRED H.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row three: CLAYTON, ELIZABETH J.: Birmingham: Educa- tion. CLEMENT, ERNEST P.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CLEMENTS, JUDITH C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. CLEAGE, KATHERINE S.: Birmingham: Education. CLICK, SARAH V.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row four: CLOWDUS, GEORGE E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. CLOWERS, DENNIS E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CLOWERS, PATRICIA L.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. COBB, CATHY A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COBB, GLENDA G.: Oakman: Education. 9 'A f"'A I ' " 2:2 ' , . 2 - 4511 : .A f S aff? ' . . -J 3 N -I ,f X. s K UL, ,u w 1 Q L I 7 ., , -.u I 1: H , X-cf 57? sz- sa Y Q 2 1 X ., A .Q J -. . . T . fi g ' . f- ' a t . ' . 4- v QL :Sax ... . f . " 4,1 Mi.. K ,K ' ...Lg : f,::v22z7::5 1. . .1 ,, .., . a 1- 1- . , I .. Q - 1 A J f t sit :-A F , L XS L g 3 9 X if G S X . 1 ... .s f -.-: X R., -.1 Y V. . ZX ... . x A 5 M . - :sr F' TP I .T Ji E A L, q i: Qt . A if X . i row one: CRADDOCK, JUDITH E.: Charlottesville, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. CRAIG, JENNY O.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CRAIN, JAN F.: Birmingham: Education. CREEL, CHARLES L.: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences. CREEL, WILLIAM R.: Greensboro: Commerce and Business. row two: CRIM, ROBERT D.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CROCKER, CHARLES E.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. CROFT, DON- ALD G.: Arlington, Virginia: Education. CROSS, JANIS E.: Tuscaloosa: Education. CROSS, JOHN B.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. I row three: CROTTY, REID A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CROTWELL, WILLIAM H.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CROWDER, BENNY E.: Vernon: Commerce and Business. CROW- SON, REBECCA: Gallion: Home Economics. CROY, CATHERINE M.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row four: CRUBBLEY, GAIL H.: Tampa, Florida: Home Economics. -CRUMP, RODER T.: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. CULVER, GEORGE E.: Munford: Arts and Sciences. CULWELL, WALTER P.: Prichard: Engineering. CUMBIE, WILLIAM G.: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. - . ff" . ,. -- .vf 5' , vat , k ,NA K ggi s 'tit , " lx " fb' 4 J ig 'J 54 W' Ga' 1 , . - ,.,., 5 - . ,- f . . - -L ew V . g I . 5:1 at 1 in H y , -5:51,-,,::..g:5:g5 , j-.fi -Z u: sl . I- I 'i' itiggl' .f . s -- -i E 1. 0 ' 2' '. - 1 as " ?f:.5- k Q fe spy . .x 1 .sv . p ,. .I sw- ga- . .3 if X ar' W. iff :ff A535 ' li -a I afittww - f Q A N fr- I R' " ," . if g ,- . WN xx I Q x 5 S- w QL. f .fi -. i 2 . i qs? P5 3. , ,., :,,,. 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CUNNINGHAM, LEWIS A.: Dora: Education. CUNNINGHAM, SARA E.: Florence: Arts and Sciences. CURL, SUSAN L.: Hialeah, Florida: Home Economics. CURRIE, DAVID P.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row six: DAFFRON, SUSAN L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. DAILEY, MILLA J.: Brent: Education. DAMSGARD, SARAH E.: Sheffield: Education. DANIEL, BETTY G.: Red Bay: Commerce and Business. DANIEL, SANDRA F.: Jasper: Commerce and Busi- ness. row seven: DANIELS, REBECCA S.: Selma: Education. DANIELS, WILLIAM D.: Marion Junction: Engineering. DARLING, EDWARD C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. DAVIDSON, JAMES R.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DAVIDSON, JOHN B.: Crestview, Florida: Engineering. row eight: DAVIES, NANCY H.: Tuscaloosa: Education. DAVIS, CAROL: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, CHARLES A.: Carrollton: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, GAY N.: Greensboro, North Carolina: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, JAMES A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row nine: DAVIS, JERRY W.: Anniston: Engineering. DAVIS, JOHN A.: Ashville: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, JOHN W.: Bremen: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, JOSEPH L.: Thomasville: Com- merce and Business. DAVIS, NORMA K.: Thomasville: Education. row ten: DAVIS, PATRICIA J.: Centre: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, STEVEN B.: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. DAVISON, CAROL A.: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. DAVISON, ROBERT J.: Coatsville, Pennsylvania: Commerce and Business. DAWSON, WANDA L.: Decatur: Education. V... -V - S825 . . - . ., , 'N M! Q : .. XM .1 s S iss v ,. , ,S Sf Q skirt 3- t 13 : I as, g Q .jsfia Q' 'Sf' 'I iss' 1 .. E." -. , . k k , : txa:::...?5.E 592 . ' ' raw. 5 1 y ..... .6 Ti I f - X .--. 2 ' - - . .gj Q V, I :'g---- QXj,.f--1" .H :be V ' ' f f- .Q U ., I s .4 Xxf, . Q J,- 1---.1. ' I .: .sf ' ' ffssx .es ' ew. we -- . I . .. ""'.k 1 l '-" '- 213531 , wi, ' 5.5 ' .. , -' Y L . , .,.. A 1, - - f f 5. ,5- - -H l : . ' ' X Lu . - sffswlax ., :. -1 - ' ' .I ' 3' A 'Z Q Q 2:3 1. F, y . Q tif! ii- K . P-Y, 5 'fi ' If " 'R' i H I 1 ,r 9 'A-P " H " -' Q i J ' : 1- 1 t - V 5 .s I - 5 5 2 F . 'ff' ' tr ' .' .1 , as , '21 "A X -1 si r ' V .X- I 1 + 1 sis 4.16.22-ig. -5 55-' V ' 3.1 ' S Q E sw- X 1 ,c X x X? - 5 1 x . V I N. X X 9 ff- Lf' . '- ' ,,., ' ' Nc, -Y.: .wi .. ' ' 75351 sq, Qi : f ' . . -' 3121.1 . 1 , S- e sf- 5-Q. ' 1 Y -is . -'za 1' 5.15, 'Q ' I. f . 'i ' x . 2 . E 6 X 450 Seniors: Day-Gam row one: DAY, VIRGINIA B.: Moulton: Home Economics. DEAN, HAROLD W.: Geneva: Arts and Sciences. DEARMAN, DONNA C.: Akron: Arts and Sciences. DEJARNETT, GRISELDA D.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DENDY, RONALD W.: Albertville: Commerce and Business. row two: DEPPENSMITH, DONALD L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. DERAMUS, DAVID C.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. DE- SHAZO, STEPHEN L.: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. DEWITT, MARY R.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. DIAMOND, BENEDICT J.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row three: DILLARD, GARY A.: Columbus, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. DINWIDDIE, LAURA L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. DIXON, JOSEPH M.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DODD, KAY R.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. DODD, MARIE H.: Fayette: Education. row four: DODSON, BEVERLY N.: Birmingham: Education. DODSON, CHARLES H.: Fayette: Commerce and Business. DON- ALD, LUCY R.: Millbrook: Arts and Sciences. DONOHOO, GLENDA A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. DORLON, HARRY P.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row five: DORRIS, BILLIE J.: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. DUDLEY, STEWART R.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DUGGAR, ROGER S.: Haleyville: Arts and Sciences. DUKE JEROME D.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. DUKE, PATRIi CIA G.: Mobile: Education. row six: DUNCAN, GERALD L.: Montgomery: Education. DUNN, JOHNNY F.: Roanoke: Commerce and Business. DUNN, MARSHA: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DUNSTON, WILLIAM D.: Oxford: Arts and Sciences. DUPRE, CHARLES W.: Frogsmore: Engineering. row seven: DURHAM, WILSON E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. DUVAL, DAVID P.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. EALY, ANITA J.: New Hope: Commerce and Business. EASTIS, DAVID W.: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. EGGER, JOHN F.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row eight: EILAND, RONALD E.: Gadsden: Commerce and Busi- ness. EILERMAN, THOMAS M.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ELLIOTT, DWIGHT F.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. ELLIOTT, LEONORA J.: Jasper: Education. ELLIS, JOE L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row nine: ELLISON, LINDA A.: Sumiton: Arts and Sciences. ELMORE, M. SUE: Tuscaloosa: Education. ELROD, LOLA P.: Bryans Road, Maryland: Education. ENNIS, WILLIAM D.: Opeli- ka: Commerce and Business. ESTEP, JOE J.: Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. row ten: EUBANKS, ROBERT G.: Gadsden: Commerce and Busi- ness. EVANS, GARY W.: Chickasaw: Arts and Sciences. EVANS, MARY C.: Dothan: Education. EVANS, THOMAS L.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. EVANS, WALTER L.: Decatur: Commerce and Business. row one: FAMBROUGH, ANN A.: Pell City: Home Economics. FAUCETT, JAMES R.: Northport: Commerce and Business. FAULK, PHILLIP W.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. FAULKNER, AUBREY G.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. FAULKNER, DAVID C.: Georgetown, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. row two: FELTMAN, BRENDA C.: Hamilton: Education. FER- GUSON, RICHARD L.: Fort Payne: Education. FIEVET, CATHE- RINE A.: Birmingham: Education. FILEDS, BARBARA A.: Hunts- ville: Commerce and Business. FINCH, JAMES D.: Red Bay: Arts and Sciences. row three: FINCH, ELIZABETH: Birmingham: Education. FINCH, PEGGY P.: Reform: Education. FINK, PAULA T.: West Palm Beach, Florida: Education. FINKELSTEIN, GERALD A.: Mont- gomery: Commerce and Business. FINLAY, CATHERINE J.: Brewton: Education. row four: FINLEY, BRUCE C.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. FINLEY, JAMES D.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. FINNELL, EDWARD J.: Northport: Engineering. FISHER, DON G.: Tuscaloosa: Education. FITTS, ANN E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row five: FLEMING, SANDRA L.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. FLICKINGER, JANET H.: Birmingham: Education. FLOYD, LINDA K.: Boaz: Home Economics. FLOYD, MARY E.: Birming- ham: Education. FOOSE, SARA: Jackson, Mississippi: Education. row six: FORD, FRANK N.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. FORD, JAMES I.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FORD, LUCIA L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FORD, MARGARET G.: Selma: Education. FORD, SANDRA V.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row seven: FOSTER, THOMAS A.: Bear Creek: Commerce and Business. FOUNTAIN, CARMEN: Morris: Education. FOWLER, BRUCE W.: Guntersville: Arts and Sciences, FOWLKES, HENRY S.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. FRANKS, CARL M.: Cordova: Engineering. row eight: FRANZ, KEITH A.: Huntsville: Engineering. FREE, NAN- CY E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. FRENCH, LEO H.: Dayton, Ohio: Commerce and Business. FRIDAY, WILLIAM C.: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. FRIERSON, MARY A.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row nine: FRYE, LINDA S.: Gadsden: Education. FULK, ROBERT G.: Broadway, Virginia: Education. FUNDERBURKE, BETTY: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. GAFFORD, LINDA S.: Birming- ham: Home Economics. GAILLARD, FANNY K.: Monroeville: Arts and Sciences. row ten: GALLIMAN, W. LYNNE: Tuscaloosa: Education. GALLO, BERTHA C.: Daleville: Home Economics. GALLOWAY, JOHN W.: Fairfield: Education. GALLOWAY, THOMAS M.: Mobile: Engineering. GAMBRELL, VIRGINIA C.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. 35' ,zz r'T3'T-Z'??S:f:1fwri'f43fv7?1s. X A "Eric , ..... k .,., e ,gc 6 W an sv , Q i wh ., 1 .V , 'ta-:'.iz5 ..,:s2?'2.,'Q.-' :EYE ...VV it . lg ..., Q 3,..5'.k ' -' V It . M3555 .1 . . V :Q 7 EX "4 1 , A -, f , ft " x -r ,im it I X 'Q 755 .:- ,ff 'xx 'if . lg Y ' . 'DF' S . : Q s 1. ' If . , fflilifi . .531 E. . If ws 'im '1- ,. . 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A ,.,5., - A J.. l 'Z si ii Elie 43 Cf Aj. 9 ff' va ,vs ., , - - w ,I ff I x fa x f , . Seniors: Gam-Har row one: GAMSO, GARY S.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. GANN, JAY A.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GARDNER, DOROTHY J.: Thomasville: Education. GARGUS, GLENDA G.: Oneonta: Commerce and Business. GARNER, MALCOLM B.: Lipscomb: Engineering. row two: GARRIGAN, BRINDA C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GARRIGAN, TOMMY C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. GASPAROVICH, GEORGIA S.: Tuscaloosa: Education. GATES, CONNIE: Athens: Education. GENTLE, SUSAN K.: Scottsboro: Education. row three: GIBSON, SHEILA E.: Tampa, Florida: Education. GIL- BERT, CHARLES E.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GLAS- GOW, DANNY R.: Vernon: Engineering. GLASS, EUGENE F.: Birmingham: Engineering. GLEISBERG, JAMES W.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row four: GLENN, JOHN F.: Birmingham: Home Economics. GLOVER, MADOLYN C.: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. GODBOLD, LEONARD W.: Anniston: Commerce and Business. GOLDBERG, DAN A.: Belzoni, Mississippi: Commerce and Busi- ness. GOLDMAN, LINDA K.: Ocala, Florida: Commerce and Business. I -- 'sqm ..-. Q. s-.. ', ,tw, - ,. s. - . -as-Q . sy J ., T- U 43: .1 l 'i Y as 5 E ,.. we I ' d' i 4 s V27 Xi t R ,QA 3 Q I 'E ,. :.., .,.. sg... , 5 sw , .X , - , . ,.,,.. sks., K , .. ,... - 5 V s .Q a t . ' .. 1 .X -, , -,. - 1,1 -, . N'-. . , , . :.- ' 1 I 1 J gifs- .' 4 3: - ,QW-., .1 3if ' " 'I .V af Q.-fl, .- . .lt ,lip 1 I ,. N li' 4 A f' H' . I , , ini 1 x 1 I I M 'K' 1 .. . ' Nfl '2 .. Wi z. t 'ui . Y 1.95:l"::f'Zg2i ! , .W 2 5, ..., 1 '-J . V 'Y' -1-, 4 Q V 3-M: t uf 7 is . V- .. fu' A 4' B is 1 . , fr ' ff: 7" fx. H A 2 f - I Q' in I SN :fW'4:f'2:-.4-'5-1:22 Mer , ef ff ,--V - a Q .... , . X .,.. Q 452 I: . X t - Q' . yss . Ns sf--.1 '- N -A N '-" ' N ' I 9 5 ' -Q' 1 Wai 53 S " I ' ' s ss X t X tt 1 ,Wy X X X Rx X ' - " -ABN ENS? X N K A rs ' " :' Y sv v Ns . :ZESEFQE is is YN st x -A s sv-SX Ns Q ,A s 6 XZ, t N st SS 5 sz Q :st sm 4 X sg Q X sv: Nx Y t sxsv Y ' I S' s X T C9225 Y Q uf' - X X A 3 X xxx y ' - V Q s X X f 1 X r A 3 X Y ,Q X sb NS x . t. .sesss -, ,gk im 'I' .... I I. I in X "'. ff ' 'I':" i ' if t "::: - ".' Q -:..: , T' , . .as :bl M- ,. .L ,-gtsw. x. . 1 if ff: . N- . f -v..?- 2. .- 5 ,"'111-, yi ' v Ska-v J? ,vga Qi gig ky 9 . ,g w 1 i I I ,,'. W . if 9 4 row five: GOLINSKY, WILLIAM A.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. GOODE, ALAN H.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. GOODWIN, BENNY H.: Tuscumbia: Commerce and Business. GOODWYN, JANET L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences, GORMAN, JAMES O.: Vincent: Commerce and Business. row six: GRANT, MARJORIE C.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. GRANT, RODRICK E.: Birmingham: Engineering. GRAVES, DONNIE W.: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. GRAVES, GARY R.: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. GRAVES, RODNEY R.: Killen: Com- merce and Business. row seven: GRAY, JAMES A.: Sheffield: Commerce and Business. GRAYSON, MARY A.: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, JOHN W.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, JOSEPH L.: Northport: Commerce and Business. GREGG, ROSEMARY R.: Atlanta, Georgia: Home Economics. row eight: GREGORY, ROBERT E.: Virginia Beach, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. GRESHAM, ELLEN W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. GRIER, MARCIA A.: Charlotte, North Carolina: Arts and Sciences. GRIFFIN, BEVERLY S.: Evergreen: Arts and Sciences. GRIFFIN, LILA A.: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. row nine: GRIFFIN, THOMAS P.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GRIMSLEY, GEORGE E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GROVER, JOEL M.: Montgomery: Education. GUBLER, DENNIS W.: Fort Pierce, Florida: Commerce and Business. GUERINE, LARRY R.: Melrose Park, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. row ten: GUM, CHARLOTTE L.: Nauvoo: Arts and Sciences. GUSSIO, JOHN V.: Damascus, Maryland: Commerce and Business. GUTHRIE, DAVID E.: Warrior: Arts and Sciences. HABSHEY, JOHN A.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. HABSHEY, MARY E.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. .:. :--,:,-311:31 '51g,:, ' ' " ' ' ' ' , 'Q T" 137' - , '15 , fe.: 75? f - f . -.ziwfii Q- . -P ff ' ' ' i 2 " ' ff t X .Eff -ew ww ' . ' , "T " ' I I QE? M 'Qs , 47 4' 01 r' iw W' Q! 1 u 2 ' Q ' f f Y , , ,gf I . , , :Z '35 . - Vg. ' '- :I M ' ,- ,e we yy 1 ,005 ' , H Vi 1 5 1 I 4 if I , 1 I , 59: . ft 1' 4 J Q i J' . 5' --- -+ ':.:k:.bfi? .. ., . 25" 4. -I f f A f f i r' Pa 9 . .Q , I , I ,Q . O gf., A ,L ,S A J -, 1 if 1' ' 52:1 7 A K .4 I, , f -Q f 5 1-,wi .. ' f A , ., 4 :V , M. ' QL A tat 1 I .. : A I i ,.-' V, vllvzl E ':,l 'i:32::'L: I .A - K . . .4 I I r . , I Q--1-:-:-JE..aw.:-.-:r:rs: If row five: HANEY, DONNA R.: Winfield: Education. HANN, AMY: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HANN, DINAH M.: Mt. Creek: Education. HANSON, DONNA R.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. HARBARGER, JOSEPH T.: Hueytown: Education. row six: HARBERT, PARTICIA J.: Springfield, Virginia: Educa- tion. HARBIN, JUDITH A.: Winfield: Education. HARDESTY, JANE N.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. HARDING, JAMES A.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HARGETT, GREGORY H.: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. row seven: HARGETT, MICHAEL N.: Daleville: Commerce and Business. HARKINS, JAMES K.: Cottondale: Education. HARPER, NANCY W.: Birmingham: Education. HARPER, TRUSSELL D.: Montevallo: Commerce and Business. HARRELL, JAMES E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row eight: HARRELL, LINDA D.: Elberta: Arts and Sciences. HARRIMAN, PATRICIA R.: Jacksonville, Florida: Arts and Sci- ences. HARRIS, ANGELO S.: Mobile: Education. HARRIS, ANN M.: Chase City, Virginia: Education. HARRIS, CHARLES B.: Marietta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. row nine: HARRIS, IRIS: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, MELBA I.: Cullman: Home Economics. HARRIS, SUZANNE: Oxford: Home Economics. HARRIS, WILMA P.: Beatrice: Education. HARRISON, JAMES G.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row ten: HARRISON, PATSY H.: Palmetto, Florida: Education. HARRY, ELEANOR V.: Columbia, Mississippi: Education. HART- LEY, DEAN C.: Birmingham: Engineering. HARTZOG, KENNETH D.: Ariton: Arts and Sciences. HARVELL, BILLY W.: Birmingham: Engineering. row one: HAGAN, GLENN W.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. HAGGSTROM, GERARD D.: Kankakee, Illinois: Arts and Sci- ences. HAIGH, SANDRA G.: Birmingham: Education. HALE CONSTANCE S.: Anniston: Education. HALE, MONICA Z.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. a row two: HALL, CAROLYN C.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HALL, MARY E.: St. Petersburg, Florida: Arts and Sciences. HALL, WILLIAM O.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HALLMAN, ROBERT L.: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. HAMILTON, DAVID R.: Hunts- ville: Commerce and Business. row three: HAMILTON, JENNY D.: Decatur, Georgia: Education. HAMILTON, KATRINA: Gadsden: Education. HAMMOND MELANIE G.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HAMMOND SUSAN E.: Lexington, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. HAMPSHIRE, MARY L.: Mobile: Home Economics. s a row four: HAMRIC, BANARD W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HAMERICK, GLEN: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. HAN- COCK, CAROLYN M.: Tuscaloosa: Education. HANDLEY, JAMES C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. HANES, REBECCA A.: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. file. v 1 A .si-I 5 . it e I , L 151, wry ,,, if ,, Ig Q., o ff! ....:.a-1 - V wx " Av e uf 1 I .... :M A Aa., A , K I 1 fe X I . I . , ' . "."fr-Q' 1. -:gf ,v - .7 . "I '75 '-15 511.-5 , ' I gf, ' -'5 Q f f- . ' .,. ' a ,'-' .2 , a i fi 4' ff , , ,, f ,ze 6, A 1 J K 25-1' .ff ' 5? A ' .3 , Et. lr 42. . l I -I A , 7, f M ,M , f 5 Q W f . fp - Y wwf: A. I 3 ,f 1 , . I g If x I I , rt' at 1 ' as ff be ay 5 K 94 , g I J ff f I ff 2: 1 :::2a:.,z:: mf' ,J N , ,fi life., ,Z , ya , , f J 22 ,, 5,4 rr Q nn- ,gy If - .- , -mr-f ?' . - 1 .1 n ff- ,. f 1.-fp.f.::. , Q Kg-ww: . f . - N.. -7 . ,Q .. V. . -'YL I W,-14, ag I f .sf e gf. , , I , . .lk A 2 4 . iii.. 32 V .: :.. Q H' g 1- f ,fl-,., f " 5 '52, .' if 5 'E Seniors: Har-J oh row one: HARVELL, PATRICIA B.: Fairfield: Education. HASTY, RANDY L.: Guntersville: Commerce and Business. HATCH, MARIAN L.: Tampa, Florida: Home Economics. HATTAWAY, JEROME M.: Opp: Arts and Sciences. HATTON, WANDA E.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row two: HAWKINS, DORTHY K.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. HAWKINS, JOSEPH E.: Crossvilleg Engineering. HAWKINS, LINDA L.: Crossville: Education. HAYES, BRENDA C.: Oakman: Education. HAYES, CYNTHIA A.: Tampa, Florida: Education. row three: HAYNES, CAROL Z.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. HAYNES, JOHN C.: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. HEAD, JANE H.: Birmingham: Home Economics. HEALD, DAVID G.: Mont- gomery: Arts and Sciences. HEARD, MERRILL T.: Cherokee: Commerce and Business. row four: HENDERSON, THOMAS E.: Prattville: Engineering. HENDRIX, SANDRA M.: Birmingham: Education. HENNINGER, FRANCES J.: Stevenson: Education. HENRY, DIANE L.: Greens- boro: Home Economics. HEREFORD, JOE M.: Hazel Green: Engineering. row five: HERLONG, WARREN C.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HERMIZ, THOMAS B.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. HERNDON, THOMAS D.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. HESTER, LARRY D.: Tuscumbia: Engineering. HESTER, WAYNE L.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row six: HICKS, JAMES L.: Birmingham: Engineering. HIGGINS, JAMES R.: Albertville: Home Economics. HILLEKE, DIANE D.: Tuscaloosa: Education. HILLMAN, JAMES D.: Childersburgg Com- merce and Business. HILSON, JOHN L.: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. row seven: HINDS, ANN S.: Arab: Education. HINES, MARION E.: Frisco City: Education. HINES, WILLIAM L.: Frisco City: Education. HINSON, THOMAS L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. HINTON, JANET H.: Attalla: Arts and Sciences. row eight: HINTON, KENNETH C: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HITCHCOCK, RAY: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HOF- STETTER, NANCY J.: Andalusia: Education. HOGGLE, TONALD L.: Northport: Commerce and Business. HOLBROOK, HAROLD B.: Greenville, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. row nine: HOLLEMAN, JOHN E.: Valleyhead: Engineering. HOL- LEY, ROSELYN W.: Samson: Education. HOLLIFIELD, CHARLES P.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HOLLIS, F. NALL.: Arab: Arts and Sciences. HOLMES, JERRY W.: Montgomery: Engineering. row ten: HOLSOMBACK, HOWARD D.: Eufaula: Commerce and Business. HOOD, BARBARA L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. HOOD, ROBERT K.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HOOD, RONALD E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. 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M.: , , 5, , 4- ii -H6744 if ff ii 1 e-M 7 5' 0 f Y4 If f 1 4 if jj , 1 fs .t ,400 ff A S' 4 , . XX 455 row one: HORN, ROBERT W.: Dallas, Texas: Engineering. HORNE, SANDI K.: Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. HORNSBY, ERNIE H.: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. HOWARD, BERNIS C.: Adamsville: Commerce and Business. HOWARD, CHARLES D.: Dothan: Education. row two: HOWELL, JOHN M.: Randolph AFB, Texas: Commerce and Business. HOWELL, JUDY C.: Jasper: Education. HOWELL, RANNIE D.: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. HOWINGTON, JO A.: Hanceville: Education. HUBER, JACQUELYN M.: Atlanta, Georgia: Home Economics. row three: HUCK, PAUL T.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HUCKABEE, MARTHA A.: Mobile: Education. HUDGINS, LES- TER P.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HUDSON, BOBBY J.: Jasper: Engineering. HUDSON, CYNTHIA J.: Birmingham: Education. row four: HUDSON, JAMES V.: Selma: Arts and Sciences. HUDSON, JOHN T.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. HUGGINS, ERNEST W.: Thomasville: Commerce and Business. HUGHES, HERBERT L.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HUGHES, JANICE K.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. row five: HUGHES, WILLIAM A.: Hartford: Commerce and Busi- ness. HUGHEY, GEORGE W.: Brent: Education. HUGHEY, GREGORY R.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. HUGO, NANCY R.: Chester, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. HUIE, RICHARD T.: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. row six: HULL, ALECIA O.: Bessemer: Home Economics. HULL, DAVID C.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. HUNDLEY, GAYLE: Enterprise: Arts and Sciences. HUTTO, SARAH J.: Ariton: Home Economics. HUTTO, SUSAN C.: Ariton: Arts and Sciences. row seven: HYATT, JOHN W.: Arab: Commerce and Business. HYCHE, JERRY M.: Cordova: Commerce and Business. HYCHE, TERRY C.: Cordova: Commerce and Business. INGLE, GENE W.: Carbon Hill: Commerce and Business. JACKSON, ELVA A.: Cull- man: Arts and Sciences. row eight: JACKSON, GEORGE T.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. JACKSON, MORRIS A.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. JACOB, JERRY E.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. JAMES, CHRISTIAN: Dallas, Texas: Home Economics. JAMES, MAURICE: Tuscumbia: Engineering. row nine: JAMISON, GREGORY: Ormond Beach, Florida: Educa- tion. JAMISON, LINDA L.: Ormond Beach, Florida: Education. JANSEN, KENNETH M.: Fairhope: Commerce and Business. JEFFARES, WILLIAM C.: Atlanta, Georgia: Commerce and Busi- ness. JENKINS, JULIA I.: Sylacauga: Education. row ten: JOHNS, RANDY C.: Talladega: Engineering. JOHNSON, ARNOLD C.: Section: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, BRENDA S.: Millport: Education. JOHNSON, CAROLINE E.: New Orleans, Louisiana. JOHNSON, CHESLEY R.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. Seniors: J oh-Lee "A"V' row one: JOHNSON, DANIEL J.: Childersburg: Engineering. : JOHNSON, EDWARD A.: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, JERRY W.: Hamilton: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, JUDY L.: Fayette: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, LAWRENCE H.: Arlington, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. X 7 R f I9 1 if ? 'Fl 2 , , . 251 1 I . f " f i'-:1 ,., I 1, ..,' C "l j 19' ' Q "" I M A . 'i " ' i- row two: JOHNSON, R. GARY: Flomaton: Engineering. JOHNSON, il V": 12 RAYMOND E.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, ibv 1 f, ' CAROL L.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTON, JERRY ., :D M.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. JOHNSTON, PATTIE R.: i i A jfs, .1i..-. Tuscaloosa: Education. i :1'21LE..g-iz ".... 1 A A Yf . L' l i i'i . . W' ":"' I . 5. A row three: JOHNSTON, SANDRA J.: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ,lt 4. i ences. JOLLY, JAMES L.: Attalla: Arts and Sciences. JONES, V. ,f fe- DAVID M.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. JONES, GARY 'W jf ' ' A A L.: Northport: Commerce and Business. JONES, JAMES R.: Century, , ,, 7' " ,. ,,., ' ., I Florida: Commerce and Business. '::':: i I row four: JONES, KEITH M.: Holt: Commerce and Business. ts if JONES, LATANYA V.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JONES, . nf? ,..' MARVIN K.: Centreville: Engineering. JONES, MOSES C.: Union- 'W I I' town: Arts and Sciences. JONES, S. DIANE: Decatur: Commerce s n.:3f J- ' . ,fl and Business - A- . . , ' 'A t '-'- row five: JONES, ROBERT E.: Birmingham: Education. JONES, 4, 'lg tg, ROGER K.: Guin: Education. JORDAN, GARY L.: Huntsville: ? " Q- Engineering. JORDAN, GLORIA M.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. ! ' V 1 Vxy, JORDAN, WILLIAM D.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. ' .VV.f row six: JOYCE, JOSEPH C.: Jacksonville, Florida: Arts and Sci- ences. KAIN, CHARLOTTE A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. KASSACK, . If HAROLD J.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. KAVANAUGH, -5 A CATHARINE L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. KEARNEY, S. , 5 ' VI' JAN.: Birmingham: Education. X 1 row seven: KEENE, MAXWELTON T.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce IV All I 'ffl and Business. KEENE, THOMAS H.: Montgomery: Commerce and l a"'- 'L . W, ' l' i ' ,V "' If ' Business. KEITH, ALAN lvl.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. KEITH, :Q K, L I " A DONALD W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. KEITH, JAMES W.: . E if Q Q TX' i Tuscaloosa: Engineering. lg " : - li' 5 xg 'fee 4, row eight: KEITH, JENNY L.: Tuscaloosa: Education. KELLER, W ALAN R.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. KELLER, DELIA J' "' M.: Albertville: Arts and Sciences. KELLEY, BRENDA S.: Tusca- loosa: Education. KELLEY, MICHAEL R.: Tuscaloosa: Education. gig. 2 , 1 row nine: KELLNER, KATHLEEN A.: Detroit, Michigan: Arts f ' I and Sciences. KELLY, DARWIN P.: Headland: Commerce and T It Business. KELLY, WINTON E.: Slocomb: Engineering. KEMP, i f HERBERT E.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. KENNEDY, V, I 4 I it MYRA F.: Hackleburg: Education. ' I s e i s l K ,- :i' .f it '..: , . r , S row ten: KENNEDY, RICHARD T.: Brewton: Arts and Sciences. ' 'H l ."' I ""' 'Li'l'I V ' ,,.: - KENNEDY, SHIRLEY lvl.: Jasper: Education. KERRIGAN, ANNE 5 ,f,. Q ? E- 'gig 1. P.: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. KEYWOOD, THOMAS D.: j ,u k H X . Q -7 'S Tuscaloosa: Education. KILGORE, SUSAN O.: Birmingham: Edu- ,,-1: ' cation. ml' A "' i l f' 456 row one: KILGORE, TOMMY D.: lder: Engineering. KIMBROUGH, PSYCHE N.: Bessemer: Education. KINDBERG, CANDACE A.: Birmingham: Education. KINES, THOMAS M.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. KING, EDNA F.: Rogersville: Education. row two: KING, PATRICIA A.: Wagarville: Arts and Sciences. KING, RICHARD C.: Selma: Education. KING, SHELIA A.: Albertville: Home Economics. KING, WAYNE: Jasper: Commerce and Business. KING, WILLIAM L.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row three: KIRKLAND, FRANCES L.: Newville: Education. KIRKPATRICK, VAUGHN: Selma: Arts and Sciences. KIRKSEY, DIANNE F.: Eutaw: Education. KIRZNER, HELEN: New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. KISTLER, DORIS J.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row four: KITCHEN, AL D.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. KLEPAC, PAUL T.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. KNIGHT, HENRY F.: Derwood, Maryland: Arts and Sciences. KNIGHT, SUSAN D: prattville: Education. KNIPHFER, SANDRA L.: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences. C - ' - I"9 L?I9V't3k?1'?Wf2 5 N, - i .9 gm- 2. 2'. car .9 , , , f Q: . I V , ,,.:3 ,. w- f . Y VJ . : . . ' 1 V.i? . H y5i 1 I I "'5.2':' f.22'f'? .... ' B ,I f X . , , .- V M- .L ce'-4:1 L ,. , f l . -in .V K. f .n,555iE,Q: .. ' .:., . VI W . ',::ggjQA.. 1 , '- if . '11 I J . . K - ,. - :t.,:..f.' am - . , ' .W - , . ' ..., fi. ,:j' 'f'Qfg,zfffff,iy ,. , jf?4?1 ..g:,, .. ,, f " 1':.- 'eff " ., ' '- . . . eldgfk' Z.. ' '11 " -ff . :. 'QW' ' ' 1 f- 2. ff I I . , ' , . W., 1. , ,, . .1 ., '. ' f ' .0 J Kali ' A -. f ' ' - " ' W' -W""" f4QJ:,4-.i':.-TJ2l,1.' .:, : ' ' V. I. " .-E1 4 'Z ' I filfg . , , " .Y gl ' 4. ' ' :fmtf . f ' . W:Rf1'?2f'77i . fig? 'E if ff ? f ' .. ref. 14:13 1 ' ' 95" -1" ' m Lv. ' . -Vi " , fri., I W , at ,, i "W ' 2.-4: ' ' f ,. . C ' .1 .-:..'f:,..-.-f 2 1 cr, f a- Q f ff? if 'iffy fi f' I ff v' ., 1 1 in A-if ' ff 42' lf' JW fy Vlfprf I , f fg fxfaffe A. . ,.,,, V. by . .. H: I f I , IU: A . 1 . ' f .. 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LANCASTER, PAUL C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: LAND, CHARLES R.: Melvien: Commerce and Business. LANE, ALAN B.: Waterloo, Iowa: Commerce and Business. LANE. ALBERT E.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. LANG. WILLIAM H.: Northport: Commerce and Business. LANKFORD. LONNIE E.: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row eight: LANTHORNE, RUSSELL J.: LaJolla, California: Education. LANTRIP, R. MICHAEL: Dora: Education. LARGE. JOSEPH M.: Hueytowng Education. LARSON, CHRISTOPHER T.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LATHAM, WILLIAM H.: Carbon Hill: Commerce and Business. row ten: LAYTON, JUDY C.: Birmingham: Education. LEAR. WILLIAM E.: Northport: Engineering. LEDBETTER, ROGER D.: Red Bay: Education. LEDLOW, LARRY A.: Loxley: Education. LEE, MARGIE L.: Birmingham: Engineering. row nine: LAWHORNE, F. DAVID: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. LAWLEY, MICHAEL L.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. LAW- RENCE, PEGGY A.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. LAWSON. TILLIAM I.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. LAYCOCK. BRENDA H.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. 2 .7 X 'S f X is 'QQ 1 W. RNS' X Y x X X x s WP. if A x v AX x . "1 . -" .- if-t . X f X Q1 Q as . gi .W V g : f iyf M- Q fa., wwf teas- eilwr iii ' ,. - .:, , - -,sz gs: :S , gi . sf J' S I 5 ,' ,saf 'ite ' V , .. A, . up . , -Bs : , s . E -5 1 . .' ' Fsiffsit I . ' 5 :- a 5, . t - 5 V ...:, g 2, A .Q :. :- R 2 S . V V -.,l5,,B,:g' I -ss- X rl' .. . ' ' . 'M' f Y.. . . J . f S I xi Ax , .,-.. N t . 'Qs 'I' fm , -.. i Z i g a me if.,-353 ' fi., - Sa Ea 4.4. -l f if - , ffaas , M I 'Q ' . .diem -V+ . X S: se Q Ra: seg rot :te 5 Im were , A Qgekw H X . -,iv S X 55 I S N 5 rf . 1 ,,-: . ff . x 1 ,U .. is xx .Q 2 ik J fest. ' - Eigxfiff.. 3' 3:-jg:-'liif 12: i Q 1 'C' Nm. Q zaesee : S s N O- K I , B - , Q 1 i K ff : wf' 34r?'Sv ,X Rx ' L 'X f:itss'i8-Y . ,Y :egg vqbs. ' s I 3 " oe - D Nw-w Sw : XM: .L . , X X X N X 5 , t fs viii. wi , - " ss: if . 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LEWIS, ELLEN E.: Falls Church, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, KENNETH H.: Scotts- boro: Engineering. LEWIS, PRESTON M.: Birmingham: Engineering. row three: LINDLEY, JOHN A.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. LIVINGSTON, HAROLD H.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. LIVINGSTON, ROBERT J.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. LLOYD, BEVERLY J.: Mobile: Education. LLOYD, JAMES S.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row four: LLOYD, JUDITH A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. LOCK- ARD, CHARLES V.: Montgomery: Engineering. LOCKHART, DANNY C.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LOCKRIDGE, RON- ALD W.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. LOEB, BEVERLY A.: Huntsville: Education. row five: LOFTIN, SAMUEL L.: Sweer Water: Engineering. LOFTIN, THOMAS D.: Piedmont: Engineering. LOFTIS, VICKI K.: Tusca- loosa: Home Economics. LOGAN, DENNIS A.: Annandale, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. LOGAN, VIVAN J.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row six: LOLLAR, ROSEMARY: West Jeferson: Education. LON- DON, DAVID A.: Athens: Commerce and Business. LONG, JAC- QUELINE L.: Birmingham: Home Economics. LOVE, GAIL D.: Tuscaloosa: ,Arts and Sciences. LOVELACE, GERRY M.: Fairfax: Commerce and Business. row seven: LOVETT, STEPHEN W.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LOVOY, JOYCE: Birmingham: Education. LOWE, WILLIAM D.: Birmingham: Engineering. LOWTHER, JOHN G.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LUCAS, BOBBY G.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row eight: LUCAS, LARRY D.: Vernon: Commerce and Business. LUDWIG, JOHN M.: Montevallo: Arts and Sciences. LUMPKIN, LINDA E.: Atmore: Home Economics. LUXICH, SUSANN: Tusca- loosa: Home Economics. LYONS, JAMES K.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row nine: MacDANIEL, JOHN M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MADISON, KATHERINE: Tuscaloosa: Education. MAGRUDER, VIRGINIA L.: Birmingham: Home Economics. MAHON, JERRY M.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MANAR, MARTHA P.: Fairfield: Education. row ten: MANASCO, J. MICHAEL: Brewton: Arts and Sciences. MANGUM, EDGAR E.: Laurinburg, North Carolina: Education. MANUEL, PATRICIA R.: Washington, D. C.: Arts and Sciences. MARLAR, JAMES R.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MARSH, ROBERT S.: Elba: Arts and Sciences. row one: MARTIN, JAMES A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. MARTIN, SUZANNE C.: Brownsville, Tennessee: Education. MARTIN, THOMAS E.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. MASON, PATRICIAL L.: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. MASSENGALE, BARBARA S.: Greensboro: Home Economics. row two: MASSEY, DIANNE T.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. MASSEY, MARY E.: Birmingham: Home Economics. MAURER, GRETTA E.: Miami, Florida: Commerce and Business. McABEE, JOEY: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MCADAMS, LYNDA D.: Kennedy: Arts and Sciences. row three: MCALILEY, LARRY A.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MCALLISTER, HARRY H.: Birmingham: Engineering. MCCABE, ANN P.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. McCAIG, DELMAR L.: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. MCCAIN, DAVID O.: Ashville. row four: MCCARLEY, YVONNE: Hamilton: Education. MCCARN, MILDRED C.: Birmingham: Education. MCCARTY, SHANNON: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MCCLENDON, ROBERT T.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MCCLUNG, NANCY G.: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences. row five: MCCOLLUM, DOLORES: Tuscaloosa: Education. McCOL- LUM, WARREN H.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. Mc- CORMACK, MARY H.: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MCCORQUODALE, ROBIN E.: Jackson, Mississippi: Education. McCOWAN, EDWIN T.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row six: McCOY, BILLY F.: Grove Hill: Commerce and Business. McCOY, LAWRENCE N.: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. MCCRAW, BOBBY E.: Fayette: Engineering. McDADE, MYRA L.: Carbon Hill: Education. MCDANAL, BUIE L.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: McDONALD, GERALD W.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. McDONALD, PHILIP G.: Huntsville. McDONALD, SUZANNE: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. McDOWELL, DOROTHY A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. MCDUFF, DIANE: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row eight: MCELROY, REBECCA J.: Anniston: Education. MCFAR- LAND, JACQUELINE W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MCFAR- LAND, JAMES W.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. McGAHEY, THOMAS S.: Columbus, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. McGAH RY, RICHARD H.: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. row nine: McGINNIS, THEOLESTER: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. MCGOUGH, GERALD R.: Honoraville: Engineering. Mc- GOUGH, WILLIAM M.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. McI-IUGH, JUDITH C.: Orrville: Education. McINTYRE, BROOK B.: Grove Hill: Arts and Sciences. , .2 , V V,n,.-.asm ,fV -1.4 my-na, ' -V" , Ra., . :...:,:,.. , ,. , , . Qs ,ss . , fr.: ,, x ,2'V:Vn: ju, .V Q gn, . W Q-.AF . . , .J Nm 'wifi' . . - - 3 .V '-im. 'f A-Lf " ,Q fnaai..-an V, V- ' ii: w:, ' , Lf its X 1 f 4 nv-L. ,,, nm.: . , is f .-.VE , - . --,.n-f,4:ns-..- fV:-- ':, -:L-4,451 ' ::nix-'-lamng 1 . f s:5,,,,f 4: 1'V'.,' 'Vg J in V - in aw 17VV-1-.- -4-. i - - V Ez. in nn.:-W . f . 'gui 4. n V - 4,2 V :1.:IW:5.:1. V 1552- ' Q. s... 0. n f, r V. V 3' .iz " s 5. .1 J V ff M ' 1-eg 1 'V Vai 1 3 'Q ts A' ,J fn , f:-3. R X f fy! Vex ,'f""4 z -,ft "-Y"j11'ag2:fi 1 I1 1 f i .W '- . 4 . i. : 12:5 '::5z:.:Q , ' .. ,:- " Q : 'Fc sw ., fb' ' ' " 'V 2 -' fy it fri: a N f a . 4 -3:4 G .' .,Vv xg -' if I 'z Y' 2 I it X 16 - ix vi? es X is ge 5 Xen, sp row ten: McKAY, JAMES E.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. MCKERLEY, ' S' :,'g ii., 5 . I ,": u p i i' it af CHARLES W.: Birmingham: Engineering. MCKINZEY, JOEL A.: ,V I A .tei 1 , gn Nonnpnrt: Commerce and Business. MCLANEY, RICHARD W.: I ll V:," V V M Sprague: Commerce and Business. MCLENDON, ROBERT S.: V ' i' " - , H Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. A f V ' 'i 459 Seniors: MCM-OlDo row one: MCMAHAN, BEN A.: Millbrook: Arts and Sciences. MCMULLIN, JAMES M.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. MCMURTRYE, AMY C.: Killeng Education. MCNEIL, GRETA C.: Frisco City: Education. MCPHERSON, MARC S.: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row two: MCQUEEN, JAMES R.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. McREE, SANDRA E.: Atlanta, Georgia: Education. MCWHIRTER, SHARON K.: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Education. MEADOW, DANNY O.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MEANY, CARROLL L.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. row three: MELNICK, SANDRA L.: Billings, Montana: Arts and Sciences. MERIWETHER, GORDON K.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. METCALFE, WILLIAM L.: Lipscomb: Commerce and Business. MIDDLETON, LABORN B.: Aliceville: Education. MI- LAM, JERRY M.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row four: MILAM, ROGER D.: Alexander City: Commerce and Business. MILES, SUSAN A.: Winfield:Home Economics. MILFORD, JANET M.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, CELLEE W.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, GREGORY E.: Tusca- loosa: Arts and Sciences. ,. 5' -3 v ' , " " - 'Mme . 'L - 139- - Y. ' iff ' '. E Q, t V ff ' 4 9 9 2 i la f K. . M,5rn:., .1 . .M A - , , in - ' ' JN P., 'V V, f.s.qy7K,Q fi .4 'N aff M ? i 7 I ' 1 L . .'!" !G?,sZ1f ' ' ' :X F . 4 7' A 1, .f - ,fii tv i ,n l .f. .X .f. ' g , 3" ',y': f 1- 1 Q1 . 'Z Q 'ff . H f , , f iam - - f- i. H A -' . ., , I v f i ' 2' 1 -' 460 w 45 ' , , ty , i i 1 ,Z K gz f 1 A VR: 5 424 fs.. ,J ' row five: MILLER, MASON E.: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. MILLS, MICHAEL P.: Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. MILNER, JOW D.: Boaz: Arts and Sciences. MINGLEDORFF, GEORGE E.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, LARRY M.: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. row six: MINOR, JAMES F.: Guin: Commerce and Business. MIT- CHELL, FREDERICKS S.: Northport: Commerce and Business. MITCHELL, RALPH: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MITCHELL, WILLIAM H.: Fort Payne: Arts and Sciences. MIT- CHELL, WILLIAM O.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row seven: MITCHEM, LINDA C.: Birmingham: Home Economics. MIZE, GINGER P.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MOF- FETT, ROBERT P.: Houston, Texas: Commerce and Business. MONGER, JOHN S.: Madison: Arts and Sciences. MONROE, EARL: Clanton: Arts and Sciences. row eight: MONTE, JOSEPHINE B.: Birmingham: Education. MOODY, MARCUS D.: Childersburg: Education. MOODY, MAX- WELL: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MOON, JUDI M.: Harvest: Arts and Sciences. MOORE, GEORGE A.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row nine: MOORE, JACKSON W.: Clanton: Commerce and Busi- ness. MOORE, JANE E.: Winfield: Home Economics. MOORE, LINDA J.: Birmingham: Education. MOORE, ROBERT L.: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business. MOORE, ROBERT R.: Bessemer: Engineering. row ten: MORAGUES, JANET E.: Birmingham: Education. MOR- GAN, ELIZABETH E.: Gadsden: Education. MORGAN, MERE- DITH: Pasadena, Texas: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, JIMMY M.: Bremen: Commerce and Business. MORGAN, MARION: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. .., . My . -- - . , " .:::',1,.'.: V. ,.. 1. I I-4? ff ' . . ,,.- gs ' f' '- ' ' 'iff-"1 .-fa. , -J' 41 . V 1 - w I fa , ,. 45 .2 h. 'ff J X A QIA, 1 ,, , ,,,, W M, ff ZW ,. f-f E54 ' '- - ' " I .. we 511. .A ,, . " ' , 1 '.-'f'11Jjn- f, ff !-,2,g1j-Q,Q:'f ,N ,X , ,. 1 . wwf-1" ' " "?'52f.f'-:fa-, ii-1'QZ:".'.-5 V.::fY'n'2'i'4 LI g V 3, ..f. :WI if, - aa - .fi - , . f .-.I 4 if ,. 5 i S f " Z' 01 , I w e f- .vt Q if "5 cv Q, g d? , V? , ,,,. - I I V t V :ZI V Lk V -I A V'- . , -, 1 , -1- t,f't.c-..f:ff- J- gm,-ww .' Q I. ay. -, I ak 255. ll I , Q1 .. if 5? , , if 3 I f W' w fl 1 at ,X f W .4 f ' V gg ff A- ami- . .4 . - ' " - 7' :fi.:l'zs:: C f row Eve: NANCE, JAMES A.: Bynum: Education. NEAL, PEGGY L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. NEELY, JENNIFER L.: Columbia, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. NEIGHBORS, CLARA A.: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. NELSON, JAMES C.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row six: NELSON, REBECCA L.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NESMITH, JACKIE A.: Arab: Commerce and Business. NESMITH, JERRY B.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. NEWBERRY, ROBERT C.: Eclectic: Commerce and Business. NEWMAN, CHAR- LOTTE W.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row seven: NEWMAN, LARRY R.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. NICHOLS, ROBERT G.: Marion: Commerce and Busi- ness. NICK, ALEXANDER I-I.: Holly Pond: Engineering. NICK, SHARON G.: Holly Pond: Education. NIENDORF, HARRY J.: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. row eight: NOAH, JAMES K.: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. NOEL, ROBERT C.: Prattville: Commerce and Business. NOLTE, GEORGE L.: Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan: Commerce and Business. NOR- RIS, ELENA M.: Trussville: Education. NOVAK, JOHN K.: Pensa- cola: Commerce and Business. row nine: NUCKOLS, JOHN S.: Cordova: Commerce and Business. NUNN, JULIAN' M.: Athens: Commerce and Business. NUNNALLY, LAWRENCE G.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. NUNNELLEY, JOSEPH M.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. O'BRIEN, JOHN B.: Florence: Commerce and Business. row ten: O'CONNOR, FRANCES E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. ODOM, HAROLD N.: Parrish: Engineering. ODOM, RONALD D.: Attalla: Arts and Sciences. ODOM, SUSAN: Jackson: Education. O'DONNELL, MICHAEL R.: Birmingham: Commerceand Business. row one: MORRIS, PHILLIP N.: Tuscaloosa: Education. MORRI- SON, HUBERT L.: Cottondale: Commerce and Business. MORROW, JAMES R.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MORROW, LINDA G.: Centerville: Education. MORROW, PEGGY L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row two: MOSELEY, MARIAN L.: Robertsdale: Education. MOSS, MARSHALL N.: Miami, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MUCHIA, SAM F.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MULLINS, NELDA J.: Clanton: Arts and Sciences. MULLINS, ROBERT W.: Winter Park, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row three: MURPHREE, JAMES P.: Oneonta: Commerce and Busi- ness. MURRAY, CHARLES A.: Irvington: Commerce and Business. MURRAY, CHRISTINE B.: Birmingham: Education. MUSIALOW- SKI, FRANK R.: Rome, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. MYERS, JOHN E.: Springport, Indiana: Education. row four: MYERS, LINDA J.: Jasper: Education. NABORS, MAX V.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. NALL, J. FRED: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. NALL, WENDALL A.: Peterman: Education. NANCE, DONALD R.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. , :,,,, . ..,, fffl' ' ...f .. ...M ' " 1. V I V Q , - J . C if. ' '. '- N. 1 fc ff ' ...2'f?i"w:, ul? -M , 4 ,, , tg' f it 'E f I X 'Q' , ,,,' f H , , , af, , . f 'Wg' .Q ,L Seniors: Ogi-Rey row one: OGILVIE, RAYMOND W.: Jacksonville: Commerce and Business. OLIVER, JUDY K.: Alex City: Arts and Sciences. OL- SZEWSKI, JOHN J.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. O'NEAL, CAROLYN F.: Riderwood: Education. O'NEAL, WILLIAM J.: Chickasaw: Arts and Sciences. row two: ORR, ANN N.: Hartselle: Commerce and Business. ORR, ROBERT L.: Maitland, Florida: Commerce and Business. OVERTON, LIVINGSTON B.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. OWEN, JERRY W.: Tuscumbia: Engineering. OWENS, GATHA B.: Dothan: Commerce and Business. row three: OWENS, ROBERT L.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. OWENS, RONALD W.: Albany, Georgia: Commerce and Business. PALMER, KENNETH W.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. PAPAGEORGE, MARY E.: Mobile: Education. PARDUE, RICH- ARD M.: Mobile: Engineering. row four: PARDUE, STEPHEN C.: Mobile: Engineering. PARIS, DEL J.: Northbrook, Illinois: Commerce and Business. PARKER, CHARLOTTE M.: Tuscaloosa: Education. PARKER, WILLIAM C.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. PARKMAN, ANN W.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row five: PARKS, WILLIAM E.: Tuscumbia: Commerce and Busi- ness. PARNELL, CHARLES N.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. PARNELL, HITSY: Thomasville: Education. PARRA, BARBARA D.: Florence: Arts and Sciences. PARRISH, DORIS P.: Berwyn, Pennsylvania: Home Economics. row six: PARRISH, W. GENE: Montgomery: Commerce and Busi- ness. PARRISH, HARRY W.: Dothan: Education. PARTESOTTI, LAWRENCE F.: Corona, New York: Arts and Sciences. PAR- TRIDGE, DAISY H.: Demopolis: Education. PASS, ROBERT P.: Birmingham: Education. row seven: PATERSON, CHARLES B.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. PATIENS, BRENDA J.: Oxford: Home Economics. PATRICK, GARY L.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PAT- TERSON, BEVERLY S.: Montgomery: Education, PATTERSON, EDDIE M.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row eight: PATTERSON, GEORGE W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. PATTERSON, HARRIETT E.: Brevard, North Carolina: Education. PATTERSON, PHILIP L.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PATTON, PATRICIA A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. PAT- TON, PATRICIA A.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row nine: PAYNE, LARRY C.: Birmingham: Engineering. PAYNE, RICHARD C.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. PEARSON, BAR- BARA A.: Centerville: Arts and Sciences. PENTECOST, GERALD G.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. PERKINS, ANN L.: Macon: Mississippi: Education. row ten: PERRY, BILLY C.: Birmingham: Engineering. PERRY, JACQUELYN K.: Hurtsboro: Commerce and Business. PERRY, THOMAS B.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. PERSON, BEN- TON H.: Anniston: Commerce and Business. PETTEY, BEVERLY M.: Decatur: Education. ,..- ,,V.. .V :A lk -. , a YA-. '- Q, I 'K ,ff , . I 3531. .-,-T, ' .j , Wg A 1 i 4 , 3' . 5'3?.'3 . ,Zigi . G' ' Eb if J S Az .5 I' : ' ,. x , , 12 - elf ix I X - . . its: .It x ': . '-:Sita i fl g V . Q,5fs115f ":'.1:'s,'::a'5L?3 . Sirk- if : Q ff . I X -wife, i s . J.: ww u -Q Rl A I an 'N N : x 1' : :N - ,fl S 7, ,.'- ft , ' - at Q., - 'S 1 I 5 . 'al R . x X x .f -xg it 5- Vi al. X is . . 'xt xg ' fit? ' - N '. -Qi? 462 as is J 'I it IS . X , W X7 X X . x 3 X x Ng -. X - . . A XY: s i is x. -.X N X.. ss -. I ss 7 I L 4, X 0 A X X 'Y - .J . ,.., ,., M , ' 1 9 ' is' , fm .. .M f ,.f. z.. . -, 5-,,ffp:sf, ,wi ,1 ,mv f,... 1, , , .,, , :vga , . - 4. , , ,Lf ,. :f 1 -.- . .' - -4 V if" may -. . rf -9 .. .. 5:1 . i I Z -W .- X ., ig, 1, I P A I -5441 ff.: 'PY if , ' I' if A 4 . Q wg:- Q 4 A ' . .vzszfwaav . f X 2' ,- f K iffy. t - V' I ,-fe ,R T '12 I. jf -..- - ' ' , Kr A Vx ? . V fn ' ,, nw JZ! 'C ff ff: 5?"' ff A44 i t f , I ?' 2 .. 'A . . ,gi A L f I. .pw " ' wg F, Z? 463 row one: PETTY, ROBERT H.: Decatur: Commerce and Business. PHIFER, BEVERLY C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE A.: Birmingham: Education. PHILLIPS, JOE S.: Win- field: Commerce and Business. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM K.: Dunedin, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row two: PHILPOT, RONALD C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PINE, WILLIAM E.: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. PLANZ, ED- WARD J.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PLUMMER, KATHERINE M.: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. PLUNKETT, JOSEPH H.: Arab: Commerce and Business. row three: PLYLER, JIMMIE B.: Cooper: Education. POOLE, ERNESTINE: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. POOLE, WILLIAM C.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. PORTERFIELD, PAUL D.: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences. PORTMANN, W. KRISTIN: Lima, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. row four: POTTS, MARY C.: Florence: Commerce and Business. POWELL, LARRY E.: Fairfield: Engineering. POYTHRESS, CHRIS A.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. PRERA, JORGE A.: Guatemala, Gua- temala: Engineering. PRESLEY, MIMI R.: Birmingham: Home Economics. row five: PRICE, MARGIE Y.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PRICE-WILLIAMS, RONALD T.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. PRICKETT, HUGH DAVID: Blountsville: Engineering. PROVOST, STERLING W.: Mobile: Education. PRUITT, JANET L.: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences. row six: PURCELL, ROY K.: Bessemer: Engineering. PURVIS, ROBERT J.: OPP! Engineering. QUINTERO, VICKI S.: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. QUIGGINS, RICHARD S.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. RAINER, DAVID S.: Gulfport, Mississippi: Com- merce and Business. row seven: RAINER, J. MARBURY: Selma: Arts and Sciences. RAMEY, MARTHA J.: Jasper: Home Economics. RANDOLPH, PENELOPE S.: Avondale Estates, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. RANNIKKO, SEIJA I.: Helsinki, Finland: Commerce and Business. RAST, MARTHA E.: Birmingham: Home Economics. row eight: RAY, JIMMIE W.: Huntsville: Education. RAY, SUSAN L.: Birmingham: Education. RAYFIELD, C. RAYMOND: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. RAYFIELD, JAMES W.: Union Springs: Com- merce and Business. REDD, JAMES: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row nine: REDMOND, HOWARD J.: Coker: Engineering. REED, BRUNHILDE B.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. REED, CHARLES A.: Collinsville, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. REICH, ADOLPH P.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. REICH, KATIE: Fort Lauder- dale, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row ten: REID, HELEN L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. RE- VELLE, LINDA K.: Columbus, Georgia: Education. REYNOLDS, MACK D.: Plantersville: Commerce and Business. REYNOLDS, RAYMOND S.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. REYNOLDS, RICHARD L.: Pleasant Grove: Arts and Sciences. ,WJ aa. . A ..-:ia-1' V V . . ' 4:2 ' ' ,"'I?5'2:'Z"""f.i P2'V?fI77'f"',. 'T' -"' " A J .. 5" I 'g gm iz. K 'iz' 713 my? i' ' 3- ' r r? 1 V as J f V '12-I .Z '51 5- gl' , " , H Q ' -1- .M , .. A , l ,., - -..:,.:, tf . , 5, wr, I .- V' V1 Lg -5 . fig ,, y 4 at 2 f H 5 v ' fl --' - -:F ' . K if f . -. 4 aw . row five: RODEN, MARY J.: Winfield: Education. ROE, WILLIAM D.: Roanoke, Virginia: Commerce and Business. ROEBUCK, MOR- RIS L.: Eutaw: Commerce and Business. ROGERS, ELIZABETH B.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. ROGERS, RUTH C.: Eutaw: Education. row six: ROGERS, STEPHEN C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. ROHE, LINDA M.: Spanish Fort: Education. ROLLINS, JAMES L.: Quinton: Education. ROLLINS, LINDA B.: Quinton: Education. ROSEBOROUGH, RUTH E.: Huntsville: Education. row seven: ROSBOROUGH, WARREN A.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ROSS, JULIE J.: Gadsden: Education. ROSS, PHILLIP R.: Chelsea: Commerce and Business. ROTON, RAYMOND L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ROY, FORREST J.: Bessemer: Education. row eight: RUCKS, MARTHA L.: Epes: Home Economics. RUDD, LINDA D.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. RUMLEY, MARGARET E.: York: Home Economics. RUSH, JANETTE L.: Birmingham: Education. RUSSELL, STEPHEN V.: Mobile: Engineering. row nine: RUTH, ELIZABETH F.: Waterloo, Belguim: Education. RYAN, RHONWYN K.: Eva: Commerce and Business. SAAB RAMSEY G.: Birmingham: Engineering. SACHER, BARTON S.: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. SALIBA, YVONNE M.: Dothan' Arts and Sciences. 1 9 row ten: SANDERS, CHARLES D.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SANDERS, JOHNNY B.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SANDERS, LAVERAL T.: Tuscaloosa: Education. SAND- LIN, MCDEWAIN: Rome, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. SANDFORD, BILL N.: Jasper: Engineering. 464 Seniors: Rey-Sim row one: REYNOLDS, SUSAN S.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. Arts and Sciences. RHODES, RHODES, COLLEY: Montgomery: MARY P.: Greensboro: Education. RICE, DONALD R.: Empire: Arts and Sciences. RICE, WILLIE E.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row two: RICHARDS, DANNY A.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. RICHARDS, SUZANNE M.: Tuscaloosa: Education. RICHARDSON, DANNY M.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. RICKMAN, SAMUEL T.: Vernon: Commerce and Business. RIGDON, DAVID T.: Gulfport, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. row three: RIMSLOVER, JAMES A.: Englishtown, New Jersey: Education. RIPLEY, MARK O.: Erie, Pennsylvania: Engineering. ROBBINS, JACK B.: Annandale, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. RO- BERTS, LESLEY H.: Haleville: Engineering. ROBERTS, PAT- RICIA A.: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. row four: ROBERTS, R. B.: Eufaula: Arts and Sciences. ROBERT- SON, CHARLIE E.: Lithia Springs, Georgia: Commerce and Busi- ness. ROBERTSON, LYNN: Clayton: Arts and Sciences. ROBERT- SON, PATRICIA J.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. RODEN, BOB- BY B.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. , 2 ,Qin gf ,f 1 fm E D F . 7 gy, my 3' 'gig lt" 'i-it - i 13.3, f' 1 V 554 i if A - x . 3 f if i ri- W ' r . ,... fe .... . , 1 : ,,. ..,p., . ' " . 2 ' .52 ' . 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SEALE, ALVIN M.: Mo- bile: Commerce and Business. row four: SEIFERT, WILLIAM R.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. SEITHALIL, ALEX: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. SELLERS, EDWIN L.: Fairfield: Commerce and Business. SELLERS, JONATHAN H.: Red Level: Commerce and Business. SELMAN, MARGARET A.: Birmingham: Education. 6' f ' . A N 4-f f I . ' '-R E -3.5 'A' 5 " -S . IE I .z'f' 'X . A' - "3 " "" . ' ,Q ,... . V grin 2.1 I N . J I ' ' .- it l, ' 1 N :iii te ,gi . ws... -1 -9:15. R . . 'K ti x ., .igipq 1 2:.,,t:2.,.-,.,.:.,t: - - , X. .X ,.,. 3 . .V . .Q ae- A2 t' t ,- t ,,., ' , . . I' X I 'i i " ct t , X 4 1 Q 5 4 465 - .... . . A 7 - , we Q ' ":': I if t:'t -.i. is itlevri I ' -': . 'i X f .. . M W ., .. sa. ,X Y' ..,.. . sts-f., . . - ff: 5' gz.,,..g' ' ' 5,1 1-A ' ' ' " . fl' U: ', if 'Q s " H. - -.zfifx . 5 1 tg., N, ft - . 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SHEVIN, STUART N.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SHEW, BILLY D.: McCalla: Arts and Sciences. SHILLINGBURG, GAYLE A.: Birmingham: Education. SHIPP, BERTIS N.: Warrior: Engineering. row eight: SHIRLEY, LYNN L.: Decatur: Engineering. SHOEMAK- ER, KATHLEEN A.: Pinson: Education. SHUGART, SARAH R.: Fort Payne: Arts and Sciences. SILLS, ELAINE: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SILVERMAN, JANE E.: Mobile: Education. row nine: Education. Education. SIMPSON, SILVERSTEIN, KATHRYN F.: Brownsville, Tennessee: SILVERSTEIN, TERESA T.: Brownsville, Tennessee: SIMMONS, BILLY R.: Coker: Commerce and Business. A. RONALD: Gardendale: Commerce and Business. SIMPSON, CAROL L.: Birmingham: Education. row ten: SIMPSON, DIANE O.: Reform: Education. SIMPSON, EARL C.: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. SIMPSON. PAUL W.: Re- form: SIMPSON, ROSEMARY: Bessemer: Education. SIMS, BAR- BARA D.: Gadsden: Education. -2, ,z 5, 44 , . . f . f'Ti311Q 'E 4. 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I x kfs , V , ,U ff 1 'f if C Wy." 3 -' W' , , ig i . t , ' I s Z , , f c 4 12,2 . 0 . .,. 1.7" .A V., Q ' N I t I U 1 "N ,exft ' ' Ng ibm I f 3 ,,-fr: - i f"4-,Vg-jj. rj 5 ' 1 1 gqagj ...Vg W W A V g I -- .:- 2- 5 " f' e- .- if I '- 5: tv--J if M f v e I - -X 2 V ' 'X -., f' J' K' I flair ,.. L... :W .E 'N M '5 ff? ff ,226 y 0 i f I ' 4 6,4 Q Q We ff' S 1 , f ,,. . fl? Mila' ' , .5 fr 32 1 I Seniors: Sim-Tho row one: SIMS, GROVER W.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SIMS, JOHN W.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. SIMS, OUIDA J.: Meridian, Mississippi: Home Economics. SINIARD, SUSAN G.: Gadsden: Education. SKIPPER, NANCY H.: Blacksburg, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. row two: SKURKA, VERNA A.: Dumanvilleg Education. SLAUGH- TER, ROBERT L.: Bay Minette: Engineering. SLUYTERMAN VAN LOO, LEXIE: Clinton, Mississippi: Home Economics. SMALLEY, JOHNNY T.: Birmingham: Engineering. SMALLEY, REBECCA: Birmingham: Engineering. row three: SMALLMAN, RALPH A.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SMITH, ANNE G.: -Germantown, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, ANNE P.: Birmingham: Education. SMITH, CAR- MALEANE E.: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, CHIC W.: Hicksville, New York: Education. row four: SMITH, DAN O.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. SMITH, ELIZABETH I.: Sylacauga: Commerce and Business. SMITH, HOWARD R.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, HOYT T.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, JOAN M.: Flo- rence: Home Economics. row five: SMITH, JUDITH K.: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. SMITH, KAREN L.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, KATH- RYN E.: Wetumpka: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, KENNETH O.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, KIPLING C.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row six: SMITH, LARRY D.: Cottondale: Commerce and Business. SMITH, MARY F.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, MICKIE: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, MARIAM B.: Winfield. SMITH, NAOMI S.: Huntsville: Education. row seven: SMITH, PAUL G.: Shannon: Commerce and Business. SMITH, RITA S.: New Hope: Education. SMITH, RUTH A.: Attal- la: Education. SMITH, SHARON K: Huntsville: Education. SMITH, STEVE S.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row eight: SMITH, THOMAS J.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SNIDER, PATRICIA A.: Birmingham: Education. SNIPES, STE- PHEN G.: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. SNYDER, DEAN A.: Alexandria, Virginia: Commerce and Business. SOLOMON, JOHN W.: Headland: Education. row nine: SOLOMONS, ELLA K.: St. Petersburg, Florida: Educa- tion. SOUTHWELL, SYLVIA D.: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. SPARKS, SAMUEL R.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SPIGHT, BARBARA A.: Demopolis: Education. SPILLER, CON- NIE C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row ten: SPIVEY, MARSHA J.: Birmingham: Home Economics. SPRADLIN, DONNA S.: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. STACEY, GARY J.: Huntsville: Engineering. STACEY, SYLVIA S.: Pansey: Arts and Sciences. STAKES, JOHN F.: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. row one: STANDRIDGE, JAMES M.: Decatur: Commerce and Business. STANFORD, CHARLOTTE S.: Attalla: Education. STARK, JUDITH L.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. STEELE, SAN- DY J.: Mobile: Education. STEIGERWALD, SARAJANE: Hunts- ville: Home Economics. row two: STEPHENS, EMILY D.: Columbus, Mississippi: Education. STEPHENS, RANDY L.: Ft. Payne: Engineering. STEPHENS, WILLIAM C.: Pleasant Grove: Education. STEWART, ANITA: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. STEWART, CHARLES W.: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business. row three: STEWART, FERRIS M.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. STEWART, GENE R.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. STEW- ART, KENNETH W.: Madison: Commerce and Business. STEWART, ROBERT L.: Birmingham: Engineering. STINNETT, SHEILA A.: Decatur: Home Economics. row four: STINSON, JAMES C.: Siluria: Arts and Sciences. STIN- SON, MICHELE B.: Gadsden: Education. STREET, ESSIE E.: Daphne: Education. STRICKLIN, GARRY W.: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. STRONG, HENRY W.: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. row five: STUCKEY, SALLY R.: Troy: Education. SULLIVAN, AVONELL: Bessemer: Education. SULLIVAN, JAMES W.: Tarrant, Engineering. SULLIVAN, LISA A.: Tuscaloosa: Education. SULLI- VAN, RICHARD C.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row six: SUMERLIN, ARTHUR L.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. SUM- NER, JAMES L.: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. SUSSKY, MARGARET A.: Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences. SWAGER, STEPHAN L.: Arts and Sciences. TALIAFERRO, BOBBY D.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: TALIAFERRO, RICHARD H.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TALL, KATHLEEN: Annapolis, Maryland: Education. TALLEY, ELIZABETH M.: Birmingham: Education. TANKERS- LEY, KENNETH C.: Hartselle: Commerce and Business. TANNER, GORDON O.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row eight: TANNER, ROBERT C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TATE, JAMES B.: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. TATE, JUDY A.: Birmingham: Education. TATE, LENA E.: Camden: Arts and Sciences. TAYLOR, ELIZABETH A.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row nine: TAYLOR, LARRY P.: Tuscaloosa: Education. TAYLOR, WILLIAM L.: Lanett: Arts and Sciences. TERRY, JOSEPH A.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TERRY, RONNIE K.: Courtland: Commerce and Business. TI-IOENY, BERNARD J.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: THOMAS, BRUCE C.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, KATHERINE C.: Birmingham: Home Economics. THOMAS, ROBERT M.: Fort Payne: Commerce and Business. THOMPSON, JACKIE S.: Oakman: Arts and Sciences. THOMASON JON G.: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. 1 467 . Z . :yr-. . If W Q vii 15 4 ' 7? fi I ' , W f Af f 1 3 !,, MW 4 . vi, f aj M3 4 Q we . f ' V ' "A-., .1 ' ,ff..w1. M? WMV: .1 .1 ,. : , 4 4 M ..,,, ' ' 5 1 f fy Af ' 'W f ' Wi X I V , , X , . Ka' 3 A I f f 2 , 7 ? W, L pf , yy :z K 2 - 9-,.. .. . ,..m.,.,.. 41441 af . ,r 1 , 4' I-wv lf f ff wg . ff , 20. ws ' ' 7, 221 1 ' H. i ff 9' ' Q 4 4 .. f W ,- K 1 9' 3 i2 v x 421 A. lf, 4 if a, - fa ogg ig. ,f. ' 2 . ,V 5 : I V V . , , ., A appz- I I I i 5 I Q i f 'M my ' sf f ', . 5 x V .. .I V. Aww! V 5 'x i . xv A 1 v 1: . . 5 W ' iff 1' '3-2,'."f,I1 .f - ,K Pi:-WS' ""' -.1 'Wi "" .. 4' - A115 IL ,J W, V, , , -X., ,, ,aff T ' . 1 FC... . 6 x f :L 1 sf 4 fi' M 'f J , 4 . 4 .M I f Q 'G ' 1 'fx T. ff' K., , I ,f , . 4. 'J Q- 95515 .2 .YL 4 1 A 1 4 inf I + , - ffm, ff f , f 1 Q ' 4. M9 I 1 I if if 5 af? U f 4 f 2 W X , X X f 5 2' . -4 wtltfv-:' '..'.fz:l A f ' -'L .'-A . .,... 3: ., 2, I, .X ,. 72 ., Q"-w '- .- , . ' '.' ' 1. fi-:Ti -.-'aft ' f QM - . 1-,za it 1 f if -if I. , ' .4 9f3W'W z-7'7.??f7I'f':7.: 1. ,.,. I 1 yd 7 l 4 'ff' V . Seniors: Tho -Wil row one: THOMPSON, ROSALIND A.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. THOMPSON, RUTH K.: Birmingham: Education. THOMPSON, THOMAS E.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. THORNTON, RONALD J.: Guin: Arts and Sciences. THYBONY, JAMES D.: Chicago, Illinois: Commerce and Business. row two: TINNEY, JOHN A.: Talladega: Commerce and Business. TITTLE, SANDRA F.: Phil Campbell: Education. TRAMMELL, JAMES W.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. TRAPPE, OWEN S.: Panama City, Florida: Arts and Sciences. TREUBIG, ERNEST C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row three: TROY, LINDA L.: Arts and Sciences. TRULL, HARVEY D.: Wintield: Commerce and Business. TUBB, JONES G.: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business. TUCKER, ANN M.: Frisco city: Education. TUCKER, JUDITH E.: Arab: Education. row four: TUCKER, KELLY M.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. TUMLIN, TERRY L.: Fyffe: Commerce and Business. TUR- NER, LINDA G.: Oxford: Home Economics. TURNIPSEED, CAROL H.: Birmingham: Education. TURNIPSEED, NORMAN D.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. i v' i I . ef - . . I I .ssig.. .s .., '-J gc, Y . 7 :.., . q 1 . X: N I 'S s 7 . :Ir 2 . I ' I 4,1-.,, : . , 1. 24 ., EE: wa.. ,, V h F f .7 1 H -3, -. :Q .9 Q N g Q2 A .1 . ' ,A lm. 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' Tr pf x A , , 5 2-,,, . s., .1 ,f 'V ' 'sf . -f " ' A- 1 ft. f e sfszffmf-aw . .1 ' f tr . ew . : Aw f. fQ,y,'fw.f.vf'4:-vfywwvwmafffg ,6 U? ., 5, V ,It 6:5211 ,,.., .. I, H I 2 . ,. 5 11? . I A7 f 'tx .' .I ' row five: TWILLEY, PHILLIP W.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TWITTY, GAILA M.: Birmingham: Education. TYER, GARY L.: Prattville: Commerce and Business. TYLER, JAMES G.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. UNDERHILL, GEORGIANA B.: Elmira. New York: Arts and Science. row six: UPCHURCH, CHRIS: Livingston: Arts and Sciences. URQUHART, JANE M.: Mobile: Education. VANANTWERP, LESENE: Montrose: Arts and Sciences. VANBAALEN, DOLORES C.: Birmingham: Education. VANCE, JOSEPH C.: Lipscomb: En- gineering. row seven: VANDERPOOL, DANIEL P.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. VANDERPOOL, JUDITH R.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. VASSAR, BILLY B.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. VAUGHAN, MARY J.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. VICE, JON E.: Pleasant Grove: Commerce and Business. row eight: VICKERS, JOAN E.: Montgomery: Education. VICK- ERY, CONNIE E.: East Syracuse, New York: Home Economics. VOGEL, HERMAN J.: Cullman: Engineering. VOGHT, GEORGE B.: Winter Park, Florida: Arts and Sciences. VOSWINKEL, KARL A.: Mt. Fern Dover. New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. row nine: WADE, KENNETH J.: Rainsvilleg Arts and Sciences. WALDREP, BETTY S.: Lanett: Education. WALDRIP, THOMAS J.: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. WALKER, ALICE M.: Attalla: Education. WALKER, CHARLES M.: Huntsville: Engineering. row ten: WALKER, CLARA L.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and WALKER, VIRGINIA A.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and WALLACE, CAROLYN: Lakeland, Florida: Arts and WALLACE, VIRGINIA C.: Birmingham: Education. RONALD B.: Knoxville: Commerce and Business. Sciences. Business. Sciences. WALLS. ff J ' I . ,..., Z., 1 5,541,441 1,4159 . , ,,.- - ' , '- l f . ga ...,,, . ,,.L .. 1. . -11. -4 ,s b if 7 .. . , 3151! -,4 ',,' , L :.- f f r - fi 'AV' ' 4' z 4 0 4,4 , , 5 f 'di-'ij' , Ji.-. .inf Kia.. ff :lf - E' V' I f 1 . . t ,. V . 5. 41 23 l g . A 5, .,. , elif! 4 78591 wt f .- 'Gu . 33 Q' ' f 1 f 47 fi '+ l row five: WEBER, LYNELLE M.: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. WEBSTER, HARRY N.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. WEBS- TER, NORMAN K.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WED- DLE, LARRY S.: Cordova: Arts and Sciences. WEEKS, WARREN L.: Okeechobee, Florida: Commerce and Business. row six: WEST, JOHN L.: Birmingham: Engineering. WHALEY, PAUL: Selma: Arts and Sciences. WHATLEY, MARGARET E.: Columbia: Commerce and Business. WHEELER, SADIE F.: Win- field: Home Economics. WHITE, CARL L.: Tuscaloosa: Education. row seven: WHITE, DOROTHY L.: Norfolk, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. WHITE, DWAIN M.: Cullman: Commerce and Business. WHITE, GEORGE G.: Dothan: Commerce and Business. WHITE, HAROLD S.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WHITE, LILETTE E.: Birmingham: Education. row eight: WHITE, MARYLYN E.: Daphne: Arts and Sciences. WHITLEY, JAMES S.: Sweet Water: Arts and Sciences. WHIT- FIELD, ROBERT C.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WHIT- LOCK,- DONNA J.: Tuscaloosa: Education. WHITMIRE, FRED D.: Fort Payne, Texas: Arts and Sciences. row nine: WICKSTROM, PHILIP J.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WIGGINS, SALLY G.: Jasper: Education. WIGINGTON, JAMES R.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WILBANKS, ROBERT S.: Alexander City: Commerce and Business. WILBANKS, THO- MAS D.: ROBERT D.: Montgomery: Engineering. row ten: WILKERSON, MICHAEL V.: Wetumpka: Commerce and Business. WILKES, HARRY K.: Opelika: Commerce and Business. WILKINSON, WILLIAM K.: Jackson: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, ARTHUR J.: Fairfield: Education. WILLIAMS, CAROL S.: Jasper: Education. row one: WALSH, KEITH O.: Mobile: Engineering. WALSH, WILLIAM D.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. WALTON, CAROL M.: Mobile: Education. WARD, CAROLE J.: Texarkana, Texas: Arts and Sciences. WARD, JANIS C.: Brent: Commerce and Busi- ness. row two: WARD, RAYMOND L.: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. WASHBURN, JAMES B.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WASH- BURN, LOIS M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WATLEY, ALTHEA B.: Tuscaloosa: Education. WATLEY, JOHN T.: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business. row three: WATSON, JANE S.: Montgomery: Education. WATSON, SLADE G.: Mobile: Commerce and Business. WATT, GEORGE A.: Western Springs, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. WATT, WAYNE F.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WATTS, DEWEY M.: Helena: Commerce and Business. row four: WEATHERFORD, SUSAN W.: Dothan: Education. WEATHERS, BILLY B.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WEAVER, EDWARD H.: Birmingham: TIS L.: Winfield: Education. WEBB, Education. "rf:iiXa4f'v. ,LI , . , ,, '1ff4,,. 21 it 1 I 'iffwl it M Q!! 1 ' , 5. . lf 'ww 4 I P b 4 If 4 I , . .9 '. wig , uf , . , ,. -:az I I . , 25.53. . , ,. i, .a5T'T"' 59' X ,N L 1, f. " .0 .Vu -1' f, 7' 'V ':fIWf: .f5i . -I - . .av--. f.- ff 4,11 f 1' ' x fa 469 Engineering. WEBB, CUR- HANNAH S.: Demopolis: ' ,aj ' if ,. .. 'f ' .I G' - - ff,..., .. ' f 1 X4 4 4' . ,. . M331 kg fd If X by I X 'E im' ' "" -'z-II:-1235: " . gm 22 r 1 .... f 1 fi' sf 9' , t . ,K I 7 ' P 1" '.-"5-fH'tf5255'Z . X , M1 M" wa r J - ,, f f I f , 1 f, ,fa f if Cow., 711 . 5 1, t i - w 5, '. if ' We X. X " . ' .7 :L . '- . ,wx . ,VA ... , if Q' ma". .fr 9' f ff If I f ff ,571 ' , 9 Im ff . .- .if 'afftwfi E 'izfv "" 2 I' ,7 52 ' V . .,v.:afm,,mf.1n:fa , - - . . . .:..1M.L V I H ' - 2. 3 1- Ada- im: 13 , "ff, 'J '- ,V If ' ., I ,. : Lf 7 J , t V K 51,-Z , A f f.-a .va ,f 46 'j M-. "' , -1 . ' 2. wa ' T "' L4'Zf74?97l4? 132173 27753'7'W'7 " ' . .V-fnf , 4f'f'?4QMf . fu? W ff.: 21- . I , if , f 06, ' , 5- V ' ,, , f-,,g,-,-f f . , 3 3, . , e . . M . ,lisa . fy ., r , I I f 4, f -.. 4 Sa Seniors: Wil-Zuk row one: WILLIAMS, DIANE F.: Hamilton: Home Economics. WILLIAMS, HILTON F.: Crane Hill: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, JERRY T.: Zeesburg: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, JIMMY L.: Hamilton: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, JOHN T.: Northport: Arts and Sciences. row two: WILLIAMS, KENNETH A.: Florence: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, MARY C.: Tuscaloosa: Education. WILLI- MAS, ROBERT O.: Robins AFB, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, SYLVIA J.: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, WALTER A.: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row three: WILLIAMSON, MARY S.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WILLIOGHBY, LORETTA C.: Valley Stream, New York: Arts and Sciences. WILSON, BETTY: Memphis, Tennessee: Educa- tion. WILSON, MARTHA V.: Jonesboro, Georgia: Education. WILSON, ROY L.: Loxley: Education. row four: WILSON, STEVEN G.: Milbrook: Arts and Sciences. WINDHAM, JOHN F.: Daleville: Arts and Sciences. WINSTEAD, RICHARD C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. WINTON, RALPH S.: Sulligent: Commerce and Business. WOOD, CHARLES D.: Fayette: Engineering. row five: WOOD, DAVID W.: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. WOOD, ROBERT L.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. WOODALL, CHARLES J.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences, WOOD- ARD, MAURICE E.: Pulaski, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. WOODHAM, MICHAEL O.: Charleston, South Carolina: Engineer- ing. row six: WOOLFE, ALEXANDRA J.: Miami Beach, Florida: Edu- cation. WOOLF, BEVERLY L.: Anniston: Education. WOOLEN, BEVERLY M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WOOTEN, RONALD L.: Birmingham: Engineering. WOZNIAK, DAWN M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: YANCY, PEGGY A.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. YANN, NICKI G.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. YAR- BROUGH, RANDY S.: Shawmut: Commerce and Business. YATES, CHARLES B.: Lanett: Commerce and Business. YATES, LINDA A.: Greenwood: Education. row eight: YORK, LADONNA G.: Rising Fawn, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. YOUNG, ANDREA L.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. YOUNG, DAVID M.: Birmingham: Engineering. YOUNG, DAVID M.: Birmingham: Engineering. YOUNG, RICHARD D.: Arlington, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. row nine: YOUNG, STEPHEN D.: Birmingham: Engineering. YOUNG, STEPHEN R.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. YOUNT, PHYLLIS A.: Charlotte, North Carolina: Education. ZEANAH, GRADY H.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ZEANAH, JACK: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row ten: ZUKOUSKI, DONALD B.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. 470 , ,.f, . ff' V 1 ,f 5 X Q7 1 as f 3 '9 .1 , Y A mb 1' k Y "' .. 1244" 1 -939 . .,,'?,', gl Q e,,,,p 4:- 1 v I Q Y kk JM J f K ff X Aww 5 ., Z ' r a NYY ': lil... V - .5 se . , ,. ., . Q , .. ,...'-, 1341 .3 F . A..b V N- KAP I . Q :Q E., x . .,,, . x. X .R YM - . wwe- ., NEW . . , I . . s . A, fs-,saw-.3 .. :-: f I. . sb Q if ., .L . .5 x N " 2 ,J 5 ,X s N 'Q . :' . SSSQP-'i ai Siffi' -ffm . . 1 'W' 7 ffJ:- 'J- A . X X St XR t S , E B "" ,.LL . A . s 3 X5 s .. , .. . x,.:' X.,. N 'Q g Q h We - ' row five: DICKERT, DON C.: Brundidge. DORROUCH, RICH- ARD H.: Montgomery. DORROUGH, SHIRLEY C.: Marion. DUNN, DOLORES A.: Birmingham. EDWARDS, ELLEN V.: Plattsburgh, New York. row six: FELD, LOUIS B.: Tuscaloosa. FIEVET, HAROLD E.: Birmingham. FITE, ARTHUR F.: Hamilton. FOWLER, CONRAD M.: Columbiana. GIDIERE, PHILIP S.: Prattville. row seven: GILLIDANO, JOSEPH F.: Northport. GOODWYN, OTIS J.: Montgomery. GURLEY, MICHAEL E.: Talladega. HAMMOND, JERRY W.: Tuscaloosa. HOPPER, ROBERT L.: Tuscaloosa. row eight: HUDSON, WILLIAM D.: Tuscaloosa. HUTSON, MEL- VIN R.: Tuscaloosa. LANHAM, BEN T.: Auburn. LEATHER- BURY, GREGORY L.: Mobile. MATNER, ALEXANDER M.: Tuscaloosa. row nine: MC GRIFF, WILLIAM E.: Anniston. MC KEE, LINDA S.: Auburn. MC LANEY, C. KNOX: Sprague. MILLING, JOHN M.: Mobile. MOORESMITH, JOHN T.: Montgomery. row ten: MORGAN, TIMOTHY W.: Anniston. MUNDY, R. WARD: Huntsville. PARTIN, CHARLES C.: Montgomery. PEAR- SON, JOHN R.: Leroy. PERKINS, CHARLES G.: Tuscaloosa. 472 School of Law: Alb-Zet row one: ALBRIGHT, CARL W.: Tuscaloosa. ANDREWS, GEORGE W.: Union Springs. BACHUS, SPENCER T.: Birming- ham. BARNETT, LOUIS: Mobile. BAUGHMAN, WILLIS B.: Tuscaloosa. row two: BAXTER, GLENN N.: Eufaula. BECK, ROLLA E.: Bir- mingham. BELL, WILLIAM K.: Huntsville. BLACKWELL, CART- LEDGE W.: Selma. BRADLEY, JESSE N.: Huntsville. row three: BROOKS, ROBERT D.: Huntsville. BRYAN, HOWARD F.: Montgomery. BURGESS, CAROLYN: Huntsville. BURTON, JIMMY L.: Birmingham. CARNLEY, SAMUEL F.: Elba. row four: CARTER, HARRY L.: Birmingham. CLARK, ROBERT F.: Birmingham. COCHRAN, CHARLES W.: Tuscaloosa. COOLEY, GARY S.: Cullman. DAVIDSON, JERRI A.: Mobile. z ,, . Z 1 ff' i ' I L W, Z, I Q 5' .. . b fl . - f i, ,I 5' Ziff .5 l - A 33:11. :EL vt T N ' 1 '::" "': it 2 A , i X is YXFR' J as . ' - I T5 ' :F J - 5 .' Q XYWNXX rr row one: PIKE, DANIEL: Mobile. PUGH, WILLIAM G.: Tus- caloosa. RATHERS, RICHARD L.: Tuscaloosa. REDING, CURTIS C.: Jasper. REESE, KENNETH M.: Phenix City. row two: ROBINSON, CHARLES G.: Huntsville. ROBINSON, THOMAS R.: Huntsville. ROGERS, ACKER: Florence. ROWE, BENJAMEN T.: Huntsville. ROYER, GEORGE W.: Decatur. row three: SAWYER, J. E.: Tuscaloosa. SCHEUERMAN, Ml- CHAEL F.: Mobile. SEYMOUR, BEVERLY B.: Northport. SHAW, JAMES R.: Bessemer. SHEFFIELD, VIVIAN M.: Mobile. row four: SIMPSON, CHARLES M.: Hartselle. SLEDGE, E. S.: Tuscaloosa. STEWART, DONALD W.: Tuscaloosa. STEWART, SARAH A.: Jackson. THOMASON, JAMES C.: Birmingham. M :aw N , i If v f 4: ,gZ,,.W,m,f...,f,,,,.,,...,,,,.,, ., , . ,. . , ' ' . . 5' 'L , ah V' Wai? f - f -- I .. , ., J, A Taz . A I- 41, , W V I , . W' I I If , , I . , il nk , I 'Zi' I-Qi :gr '-, K 4. 473 V A , ,.... , I ,sf 'Q I 0 I Aff' - , . ., .,,5, A, I W V ,f ' 1 , ' Elf! 'U I f 5. or l f f Z .. f .W I ff, , f ,Maxx HCM 2 If 1 ...fig f V 'X I I 2 , W M ,fl V, in ia.: ,aj .zz-":ff' f' gfrify' AV 1 Z 1. I , . , .. ,ia - . ie- , 1 f ' " . f, wa. . VQ XW., , ' I 5 l , - 4? 'T ,A 1 r 43- .,, ,Q ,L 1 l row five: THOMPSON, BILL: Gadsden. THOMPSON, JAMES A.: Butler. TIDWELL, WILLIAM C.: Tuscaloosa. TURNER, WAYNE P.: Union Springs. UNDERWOOD, THOMAS W.: Foley. row six: VALESKA, DON G.: Dothan. VAN TASSEL, GEORGE M.: Tuscaloosa. VENABLE, JOSEPH P.: Tuscaloosa. WARREN, MANNING: Dothan. WATSON, GEORGE C.: Monroeville. row seven: WILLIAMSON, JOHN R.: Fort Payne. WILSON, JAMES E.: Montgomery. WILSON, MICHAEL S.: Huntsville. WILSON, TERRY P.: Chickasaw. WRIGHT, THOMAS J.: Cot- tondale. row eight: ZETTLE, MARTHA E.: Huntsville. 51: '- - , V:--wg.. 1,-F-5 .' . 2 . X. , ., ,Q 'FEV 4 ff g 1 . ff zfgipftf ' if '-E' - fri: ' -' 2 V... r.. vagffq. ,, ,. ,., .V V ..., . V. ' :- Za! f gif- . ' 4 . . 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'-5--: ' ' ,' ?Ei'ff. ". , V Rey: ' , . 0 '-" '!?".1. Q I' c ?:j'wI"f' " Q as fi. V.. if 25? . I . 'tu-1 .gif Z f' x . H ' 1 .fy ,, ,, . I., V. .' :ith ' - '-" Wa! .4 '4s:..:mw,- ., 1 - j:f?.,,f H 'Lgf 'ff 1, , z ff " X I . mfs. . . gin I w V ' ,I 5 V ... fs s .cj I 3 ' 2 ,2 1 I 9 , i A .' .. . I 1,11 1 , f. . I N. 1 nfl- f VJ. V . V - .- 1 7 . V4 .7 ' 475 3. ' T 1 1' 1, lay, 4.1.1 ,yr '.,..,,v,s '-74 ,Z .-' Y agi 5 . . V, V fires -. 'f Mr: f' 'sit 9? t t 6,4 ' ff ,-fff I -215 .. ,,,, . .. .N it -, ii " V: '71 W- 122211 'aa .:..5wV .- ' i A X 42 ft QNX ' p 77' H40 4 L. f fa' Z, 4? " 1. ' I nf 'f may f . ff ....,,.t.. ' ,,q,,f,.,.s: r ,A - " -' '15-5? ' ' Tftaiiifs. ' :YM 1 A ,, .. f . . . , vin .. .Nw .I,..,,,,.Z ,- rj:g::g..fl",.Vf , 5. . ,ggi M 5 M. .- 5 :fly R --" '21 I 5 -. is io V5 51 Z V . ., .T fa: V ' , A .,gei', " ' I '1V1I"-'fi .af ' T. .29 'A M vas Q . I IV ' 474 Graduates: Adc -Phi row one: ADCOCK, JOSEPH R.: Huntsville. ALEXANDER, BRENDA J.: Tuscaloosa. ANDERS, THERON: Danville. ANDER- SON, MARGARET R.: Newville. AUSTIN, H. D.: Tuscaloosa. row two: AUSTIN, JUDITH J.: Tuscaloosa. BAGWELL, SHARON C.: Tuscaloosa. BAUGHMAN, GEORGIA M.: Warren, Ohio. BEARD, ROBERT T.: Milford, Connecticut. BEDICS, BONNIE C.: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. row three: BEDICS, RICHARD A.: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. BELCHER, BEVERLY J.: Centreville. BELL, BONNE: Tuscaloosa. BOATWRIGHT, H. MORGAN: Dallas, Texas. BOX, DANIEL W.: Helena. row four: BOLES, CLAYTON E.: Fort Meade, Maryland. BOY- KIN, JEAN: Hueytown. BRAMBLETT, MARTHA J.: Scottsboro. BULLINGTON, MICHAEL W.: Dothan. BURLAGE, DONALD W.: Tuscaloosa. row five: BUTTS, J. C.: Tuscaloosa. BYRD, MARTHA S.: Flor- ence. CALLAHAN, ELIAS R.: Tuscaloosa. CALVERT, GASTON E.: Jacksonville. CALVERT, KENNEITH: Tuscaloosa. row six: CARROLL, IMOGENE V.: Tuscaloosa. CARROLL, WAL- TER: Tuscaloosa. CHRISTY, PATRICIA ANN: Tuscaloosa. COBB, SUZANNE E.: Pensacola, Florida. COLEMAN, RICHARD: Hunts- ville. row seven: COOK, PATSY R.: Pushmataha. COOPER, ALMATH M.: Birmingham. COX, JERRY LYNN: Brandon, Mississippi. CULBERT, PATRICIA E.: Oak Ridge, Tennessee. CUMMINGS, RUBY NELL: Phil Campbell. row eight: CURTIS, WILLIAM M.: Tuscaloosa. DANIEL, CLAR- ENCE T.: Gadsden. DAVIS, MARGARET J.: Centre. DAVIS, RONALD E.: Tuscaloosa. DOUGHTY, LAWRENCE E.: Birming- ham. row nine: DUBUC, JANIS M.: Baton Rouge, Louisiana. ELLIS, CHARLES M.: Tuscaloosa. ELLIS, EDWARD R.: Montgomery. ERB, JANIE: Birmingham. ERIKSEN, ELAINE L.: Tuscaloosa. row ten: ETHERIDGE, JERRY: Tuscaloosa. EVEREST, JOHN W.: Montgomery. EZELL, JAMES N.: Lisman. FARGASON, JEAN C.: Birmingham. FEINBERG, JOYCE H.: Opelika. row one: FERNIANY, MICHAEL G.: Mobile. FIKES, .IANICE H.: Birmingham. FURLOW, GLORIA A.: Selma. GARLAND, MARKCUS V.: Enterprise. GETMAN, JAY: Tuscaloosa. row two: GRIFFIN, MICHAEL G.: Montgomery. HALLMAN, LUCY E.: Gunterville. HARDING, SANDRA L.: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. HARLESS, RICHARD P. R.: Birmingham. HAR- RISON, JOHN R.: Tuscaloosa. row three: HEAD, BRENDA G.: Birmingham. HENSEL, REIN- HILDE: Kaiserslautern, Germany. HESTER, CHARLES F.: Flor- ence. HOFSTETTER, ROBERT B.: Nashville, Tennessee. HOL- BERG, ROBERT S.: Mobile. row four: HOLBROOK, DIXIE M.: Mobile. HOLLOWAY, MIL- DRED E.: Tuscaloosa. HOOVER, ANTHONY E.: Huntsville. HUGHES, HILDA J.: Florence. JACKSON, DANIEL N.: Gadsden. row five: JOLLEY, WINDELL L.: East Gadsden. KERSH, MARY A.: Heidelberg, Mississippi. KING, SHIRLEY T.: Lower Peach Tree. KOVAC, CONNIE: Oak Grove. KYLE, GLORIA A.: Athens. Q 1 A 1 ,9 9 . If , ' A , 'fc 4 ' ,ti .gf f A , . f ,115 ,-5 1' gg? . ,4h'4f ' ....., . ' ff- '- .-1 I . -.ffl-rw fv ' , vw f- I I - -1 . 311 .vc rf 'WW " 3342: 133 rr nl' f ma . fa ' '71 f fl ' ,, 'fp v may 5. -' --.. 1 f' fi.. . . f ., ' 49 1- 2 -- -87 6 5 ,,. -vsp! 3 f 1.1 I. .. , if ,fipvm Mia, :V 1.-fa, J.'.ag.q..A',f1 ' 'E x I ,. ,.,, -I . . ' 4 dt . row six: KYLE, MINNIE: Tuscaloosa. LANGLEY, GLEN M.: Bir- "" 1 ' mingham. LASH, HENRY J.: Mobile. LAUBER, MARILYN B.: Tuscaloosa. LIBBERS, DAVID D.: Enterprise. row seven: LIBBERS, KATHERINE G.: Moundville, Tennessee. LUNDY, NANCY C.: Tuscaloosa. MACBETH, ROBERT B.: Pen- sacola, Florida. MANOR, B.: Tuscaloosa. MILES, N. LANCE: Montgomery. row eight: MITCHELL, KAY A.: Phenix. MOORE, ROGER, Tus- caloosa. MOORE, CARL R.: Tuscaloosa. MOORE, WILLIAM F.: Tuscaloosa. MORROW, PATRICIA S.: Red Bay. row nine: NICHOLS, WILLIAM E.: Tuscaloosa. NICHOLSON, HUGH P.: Huntsville. ORTEGA, JESUS A.: Puebla, Mexico. PARK, KENNETH L.: Birmingham. PARKER, ALTON B.: Bir- mingham. row ten: PARRISH, PHYLLIS J.: Selma. PECKHAM, LOIS A. Purvis, Mississippi. PERRY, JAMES Z.: Montgomery. PHILLIPS, JOHNNIE: Painesville, Ohio. PHILLIPS, SUSAN C.: Bessemer. 475 MI' J Z f Q '1 ' vf X W Cm , ff 97 3' ic : Q: X , 32, 1 1' A' ' if 'VE C '- "?1ff"?, -:- 55 ' .. I 3, by I ' r I Q . -of ' -my D3 -23 3" L" 15' I .ft ' fig Y 1, ' 56' a 4 as f-We 1, ,,, , V" .41 V- .. 1 fL,...Q3.... 1,902 ,va ff ' -my ,. Z ff. 1 9 I lk- fa V ,,,.,... ,X f' . "x " fav , 'gk' f - fi fn Q i -gg, G Egg ,, 'f Sr 1 1? -Z1 y f l , f fa. ,I 5,1 1 , Cf ' aj.-.: xl My ..x . , g. . . . , ,f ,K- . , , I f f I 7 f .145 : gk? 'SKA 15 5212 V 2' ,:?.. I 2 ,a W . .gf J!! 23123 'f Q, f . JS, QQ- ,. , 1, N. ' , if .. , If :tw if . 2 I Graduates: Pic -Wya row one: PICKENS, PATRICIA A.: Hartselle. PORTER, CHARLES W.: Mobile. RABY, SUSIE L.: Linden. RAIFORD, J. ANNE: Tuscaloosa. REESE, ED: Montgomery. row two: RENZ, JAY S.: Tuscaloosa. RICKS, DORA A.: Tusca- loosa. RIDENOUR, JANET: Tuscaloosa. RIEKE, JANET J.: Tus- caloosa. RILEY, AUBREY V.: Tuscaloosa. row three: RILEY, MARY J.: Tuscaloosa. RODGERS, BRENDA J.: Cullman. ROGERS, CHARLOTTE G.: Birmingham. SASAKI, AUGUSTO: Tuscaloosa. SCHWERTNER, CHARLES J.: San An- gelo,Texas. row four: SCHWERTNER, KAYE R.: Abilene, Texas. SHADDIX, RONALD D.: Tuscaloosa. SNELL, WILLIAM R.: Tuscaloosa. SNELLING, WILLIAM R.: Shreveport, Louisiana. STONE, FRAN- CES J.: Hattiesburg, Mississippi. , ,.,'4'. ' 54 1 I9"'P'i' A I .1 X . 5 .A 'ft J, Z-f"':f:.' Z .1 13 -all 1 127:51 i lm' I N I - l 2 1' 1 I. .fr . ' - M .- W :Exif " .:.- E Q, - f it ! , J jx V f-21' ' ff H ' fifgg-2fJ.,f-7' ,,'fv.' f .-v. ' 'QV' F: v 4-P! ' 'J 13' " 2 -f 1 Lf? fn ' 1 l 'WS if!!! ' 52? "" I ,. 13, 4 z 4 32 ANZ l x E a s 5, X s 52. K.. I - ff-'2 ti.: - . gf. ,. -' i" :' ' H -3, f 5 ig, Ac ' '. fa, fl, . ' -' Wa ' 5 ' Jil.-5 '4,4 ,- ,. l . ' " , ff , QQ. .. , . . , , s' Ye:- if .ff ' 1 . , . . . -4- -- . .-.1-1 . 1 .1 V. ,. 1.5. 1 -4,4 11,53 Q. I . - . . f I-ma . 1. ,- .l. :l 's",f'F 476 ,, f: 1.1 , gg ,. -1.51,--3 ..:,1,tef::-19..--.uv , f- N. I xr JH V 440 if 1 W.: Q, Q ,z.f,:.gg- 1 4 , , f 5? , df' f ll ! if4 4 3 Wf ,.. .. 'W l H .Al' I ff! 5 ff M V if J ' 7 52 W? f 4. W? ., . Z a . fa AJ' 2 f fa A iff, , X if 'P ' if f ' , f 'Q 3 .. 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WINGARD, JAKE D.: Crestview, Florida. il row eight: WINGARD, MARTHA J.: Wetumpka. WOOD, JOSEPH C.: Birmingham. WOODRUFF, MARK E.: Tuscaloosa. WOOD- RUFF, SHARON W.: Tuscaloosa. WYATT, MARTHA J.: Tus- caloosa. jv fp ' 'S no 4' , , 1, J 4 'fl' "MX 92193 , . . 13' ' ' 'f . in , 4 -f -W ffif A x fs 1 'U RJ' ,.5f'- ' mv' fm? ,-- 280 0 'Q KJ m"'Ef2.1 Y 5 hi' f , Undergraduates: Abb -Att row one: ABBOTT, MARY S.: tFr.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. ABERCROMBIE, ALICE A.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Home Eco- nomics. ABERCROMBIE, NANCY A.: tJ.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. ABERNATHY, ALDIS C.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. ABERNATHY, WILLIAM E.: CJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Commerce and Business. row two: ABERNETHY, ELLIOTT L.: tJr.J: Conover, North Car- olina: Arts and Sciences. ABRAMSON, SETH D.: CFr.J: Norwalk, Connecticut: Commerce and Business. ACEE, WESLEY W.: ULD: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. ACHORN, JUDY L.: CSoph.J: Flor- ence: Education. ACREE, JESSE O.: CJr.D: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. row three: ADAIR, MARCIA D.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Education. ADAIR, OLIVIA V.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, BARBARA V.: CSoph.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. ADAMS, JAMES M.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ADAMS, KATHRYN A.: CFr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. row four: ADAMS, MARY F.: tJr.J: Sylacauga: Education. ADAMS, PAUL D.: CFr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, SUSAN E.: CJr.J: Ft. Benning, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. ADAMS, WILLIAM C.: CSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. ADAY, DON E.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row five: ADDERHOLD, JUDY: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. ADDERHOLD, TERRY W.: tSoph.J: Piedmont: Engineering. ADNEE, CHRISTINE L.: CSoph.J: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Home Economics. AGRICOLA, THOMAS S.: CFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. AGSTIN, SUZANNE: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. row six: AKIN, BOBBY D.: CFr.J: Peatsville: Arts and Sciences. AKIN, DAMON: CSoph.J: Franklin, Tennessee: Home Economics. ALBERT, JEANETTE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. ALCOTT, RUSSELL J.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. ALD- RIDGE, RAMONA G.: CSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. row seven: ALDRIDGE, WILLIAM P.: CFr.J: Eutaw: Engineering. ALEXANDER, BONNIE A.: CFr.J: Gadsden: Education. ALEX- ANDER, CAROL P.: fJr.J: Columbia, Missouri: Arts and Sciences. ALEXANDER, CAROLYN J.: CSoph.J: Rogersville: Arts and Sci- ences. ALEXANDER, DANNY L.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. row eight: ALEXANDER, JANET E.: fSoph.J: Meridian, Missis- sippi: Education. ALEXANDER, MICHAEL D.: CSoph.J: Clanton: Commerce and Business. ALFORD, JOHN P.: CJr.D: Gadsden: Com- merce and Business. ALLCORN, CHARLES E.: CFr.J: Pleasant Grove: Engineering. ALLEN, BARBARA C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row nine: ALLEN, CHERYL J.: CFr.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. ALLEN, DAVID A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ALLEN, DAVID L.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ALLEN, GAIL: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ALLEN, J. D.: CJr.J: Jay, Florida: Engineering. row ten: ALLEN, JOSEPH M.: fFr.J: Dothan: Engineering. AL- LEN, KENNETH D.: tFr.J: Childersburg: Commerce and Business. ALLEN, WANDA R.: CSoph.J: Eufaula: Education. ALLGOOD, CHARLES W.: fSoph.j: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. ALLIN, MAR- CIE M.: CSoph.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. 478 I--Q . . , N . ext. -f.-Q ' , .s I, ,vit 1, . .fa f ..- vs.. r: 110 ' y ,. -as -115 . .i ,Q .N I ..,- f -rjfgggl .x':x, x f.- QI we , ai 9 5 1 . S N I .ata-sz i ifffyfi . .. -as' .. 1- ' ' ' VX. ' 1 N avi' in X if ' X ? 1 :L an i . 5 , ? ' I .-"' ' '-' a , X, E. Q, ii. g K 65,51 xg I , K .1 id FN l . . , . .: fi iv I 5 . . .r 'i 'V - Q .ll I :ig . fm .. ti-.si X- ' -t. L : . .-3 s lr:-..,,. 441.1 1 . . X .. :f1,g,1,. s 7. E 'N' t .... s Q.. r 'J . X: Uk X 1-1 ..... 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'Z .-1: m m I 4. lv V. Y ,- z ti .f ,. M, 341 I tr f l M3 j ig? i 2 1' " lfzf xtig ., -. .wx .v Q..tAz.,v5.3E42 at . Wil: . ff .Y V , ff Q 1 1 , : 5 - f. .541 1. 9, 1 'Q 1 ' ' 5 5 I , M . . a t f e A J. AA , v . ,V 714: . , Q , .4 1 f W f 1 F v ,... fy .' " ' .' 'A .f I .f I I, L '- '. Q. 'wi W 7251 s ff 3, 521 , . .W 6' 1 .4-Him' MQ .il , . f ,f Wg, a., www .- f , ,M fsf' VH 4 1 0 ,ff f 0 ' f f i f 'za 41 f, W f row one: ALLISON, PATRICIA J.: fJr.J: Huntsville: Education. ALLRED, HAROLD P.: fFr.J: Millport: Commerce and Business. ALLRED, JAMES D.: CFr.J: Blountsville: Engineering. ALLUMS BETTY J.: CSoph.J: Dora: Education. ALLUMS, CINDY: tSoph.j' Mobile: Arts and Sciences. 1 9 row two: ALLUMS, JOANN: CJr.J: Hueytown: Education. ALRED, DEBORAH D.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Education. ALRED, ROBERT W.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. ALSBROOKS, RONALD L.: CFU: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ALVER- SON, JIM H.: CSoph.J: Russellville: Commerce and Business. row three: ALVIS, WILLARD: CFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. AMBROSE, WILLIAM T.: CJr.J: Reform: Arts and Sciences. AMERINE, KATHRYN P.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. AMMONS, ROXANNE C.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. ANDERS, DANA L.: CJr.J: Blountsville: Education. row four: ANDERSEN, PAUL J.: CJr.J: Worcester, Massachusetts: Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON, ANNE D.: QSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. ANDERSON, BRUCE H.: fJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. ANDERSON, DAVID D.: QSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. ANDERSON, FRANK Y.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- IICSS. row five: ANDERSON, JOE M.: CSoph.J: Athens: Arts and Sci- ences. ANDERSON, JOHN L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. ANDERSON, JUDY V.: fFr.J: Chatom: Commerce and Busi- ness. ANDERSON, KRISTI L.: CSoph.J: Denver, Colorado: Educa- tion. ANDREWS, CLIFFORD A.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. row six: ANDREWS, JAMES M.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ANDREWS, MICHAEL R.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. ANDREWS, O. L.: ULD: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. ANDREWS, PATRICIA J.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. ARBOGAST, LINDA S.: fSoph.J: Jackson, Mis- sissippi: Arts and Sciences. row seven: ARGO, JAMES R.: CJr.J: Prattville: Commerce and Business. ARIAS, RAMON S.: CSoph.D: Decatur: Engineering. ARMISTEAD, GEORGE S.: CSoph.J: Grove Hill: Commerce and Business. ARMOUR, BEVERLY M.: CSOph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ARMSTRONG, KAYE E.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row eight: ARMSTRONG, STEVE R.: CSoph.J: Pleasant Grove: Arts and Sciences. ARNOLD, BARRY H.: CFr.J: Blountsville: Com- merce and Business. ARNOLD, LINDA C.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. ARRINGTON, ALAN: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ARRINGTON, PAULINE: CJr.J: Ramer: Commerce and Business. row nine: ASH, RICK W.: CSoph.J: Leeds, Engineering. ASHBEE, STEWART G.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. ASHE, EVELYN J.: fSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. ASHLEY, JAMES S.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Engineering. ASHTON, DOLLY: CSoph.J: Tus- caloosa: Home Economics. row ten: ASPINWALL, LESLIE: QJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. ASPRAY, DONALD W.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. ATKINS, DANNY D.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ATKINSON, HARRY T.: CSoph.D: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. ATTAWAY, ALFRED W.: fJr.J: Decatur, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. 1 ' -. 5 :,,,4 I , . tv . ,1 .A:lL., .,.:. . 1 ,.AV I . I A t I . :PZ sf 'Q 2-V ' P-,J xi. .5 'Nw . ,.. A, - -Es " - . .f -,- , R J, ,, . . I S i ? I s 5 I it 5 -1 - ' ' " ' ta "" '- ' . . ' " ' ' ' .-.-.nf-,ay-:.. A..,,.. ky - . g f' Q . .,:..f:,. .I Q- Jn Q E. L' Z.. 4 ,- K . A,. V . J f- V .,-, ..., . . ,,.. -.W . mga ? 'W' U " ziilil. QQ: 5. ,gcc ' ' i 1 Ag? -LWW Q . 5 -,., .4 H , i ,, K , X, a 'H-I X 4 I 'S ' X I N . . - 4.-fa-2.13.11 Z -v " 1 i P " if 1 f H R N 7 f Q ' . ,, M, ,, My I Q J ' - . 5 ' , 4 . 3522, U.. ': . I 1 .24 i I' .. . . I t g. 1-. 3 4 - fb .51 . ...ft ff Vffgynsg i , -.1 g 'f 9- ' Q . I . v wi E I, VZ: . Q ft In .' .. , -If .45 -AX . 3 -- . 4 . 1 1 1 3, if H . . ig f . x Z e. tr: l L J row five: BAGGS, STEPHEN E.: IFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. BAGWELL, CLIFFORD G.: QSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BAGWELL, GENETTA: fFr.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. BAGWELL, THOMAS L.: lFr.J: Boaz: Arts and Sciences. BAILEY, BARBARA J.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row six: BAILEY, CHARLES E.: QSoph.D: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BAILEY, GUY H.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. BAILEY, JAMES H.: tFr.J: Pleasant Grove: Engineering. BAILEY, JOHN D.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BAILEY, JOHN I.: ISoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row seven: BAILEY, PATTIE: CSoph.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. BAINE, J, M.: tFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. BAIRD, DAVID R.: CJr.D: Jasper: Commerce and Business. BAIRD, ROBERT C.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. BAITES, JOHN: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row eight: BAKER, JANELL: CJr.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Education. BAKER, JUDY M.: fFr.J: Albertville: Arts and Sciences. BAKER, LINDA J.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BAKER, TERESA D.: KSoph.J: Waverly: Education. BAKER, WAYNE: CJr.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. row nine: BALCH, MILTON: CJr.J: Tuscumbia: Engineering. BAL- DONE, DONNA M.: ULD: Birmingham: Home Economics. BALD- WIN, BETHANY A.: CFr.J: Coral Sasles: Education. BALENGER, BELINDA J.: IJr.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. BALENTINE, SHELIA: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row ten: BALLARD, MARGARET S.: CJr.J: Elberta: Arts and Sci- ences. BALLENGER, DAVID C.: CFr.J: Peabody, Massachusetts: Arts and Sciences. BAMBERG, ROBERT P.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BANISTER, GARY L.: CJr.J: Tallassee: Educa- tion. BANK, JAMES T.: CSoph.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. 480 Undergraduates: Atw-Bea row one: ATWELL, PAULA L.: CSoph.D: Jackson, Mississippi: Home Economics. AUSMAN, KENNY J.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. AUSTIN, ELAINE: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. AUSTIN, HARRY O.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. AUSTIN, SUZANNE: tFr.J: Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. row two: AVANT, WILLIAM: CFr.J: Mobile: Engineering. AVANT, LARAINE: CFr.J: Montgomery: Education. AVERY, ANN: CFr.J: Monroeville: Home Economics. AVERY, DANIEL M.: tFr.J: Tus- caloosa: Arts and Sciences. AVERY, LOUIE K.: CFr.J: Hartford: Engineering. row three: AXELROTH, SANFORD B.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Engi- neering. AYER, ANN E.: CJr.D: Huntsville: Education. BAAR, J. DAVID: ISoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BAARS, FRAUNA M.: ULD: Pensacola, Florida: Education. BAARS, THEO D.: ISoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Engineering. row four: BACKER, STEVEN A.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. BAGGETT, ALONZO: ULD: Silverhill: Commerce and Business. BAGGETT, BECKY: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. BAGGETT, CATHY: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BAGGETT, CLINT A.: tFr.J: Haleyville: Commerce and Business. ua . ,A , Tix A x . A ii '. - 1. I -X l F XA LII' ' J 5 - -S G i ii 5 V gy .Q 2 N- X I F , .FJ I H- ' - ' 1 " N x- Q X. i 15 X x , 5' , ..,, g I 'Eff ,', 1 57 :-5 AX 'E i ",.lii':.' ii I ' 5 H ii :1 .,, - .X . ' - li -.t -1: 2 I . 9364-:f'. e -. -1 t 12 , . . . ig wg V . . q . gf . - . if 1 x .N , K T If . A Q ' ss , . ,gi 5 N ,dir X I .amz . -3. i u as .7755 A . iilsiafint hast si .3 6 I 41 x l SN 3' F . . JZ? .. ..-- s ... , . t row one: BANKS, J. D.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BANKS, JAMIE: CFr.J: Eutaw: Education. BANKS, JESSICA A.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Education. BANKSTON, LINDA: tSoph.J: Scotts- boro: Arts and Sciences. BARANSKI, LINDA: tSoph.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. row two: BARBEE, GARY M.: tSoph.J: Phenix City: Engineering. BARBER, GEORGIANNE: CSoph.7: Dothan: Home Economics. BARBER, PAMELA M.: tJr.J: St. Clair Shores, Michigan: Arts and Sciences. BARBER, THOMAS: tSoph.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sci- ences. BARELARE, JOHN D.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. row three: BARKER, MICHAEL T.: tSoph.J: Boaz: Arts and Sci- ences. BARNES, ANTHONY L.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BARNES, BEVERLY J.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Home Econom- ics. BARNES, BRUCE W.: tSoph.J: Alex City: Commerce and Business. BARNES, CHRISTOPHER L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: En- gineering. row four: BARNES, DEBBIE: CSoph.J: Demopolis: Education. BARNES, ELIZABETH A.: CFr.J: Fruitdale: Arts and Sciences. BARNES, ELLEN: IJr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. BARNES, H. M.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BARNES, SUSAN M.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. 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BARR, BRENDA T.: CFr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. BARR, GEORGE E.: CFr.J: Anniston: Engineering. row six: BARRETT, ANDREW L.: CFr.l: Calera: Arts and Sciences. BARRINEAU, BONY F.: tFr.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences. BARROW, DEBORAH A.: CJr.J: Maxwell Air Force Base: Arts and Sciences. BARSELL, DEBRA C.: tSoph.J: Upper Marlboro, Mary- land: Arts and Sciences. BARTLETTE, ROY E.: CSoph.J: Rocking- ham, North Carolina: Arts and Sciences. row seven: BARTMESS, NANCY L.: CFr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sci- ences. BARTON, DEBBY: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BARTON, JOHN E.: ULD: Jasper: Education. BARTON, SUSAN T.: tFr.J: Clanton: Arts and Sciences. BARTON, WILLIAM J.: tJr.J: Savannah, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. row eight: BASS, BARBARA L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. BASS, CARY A.: tFr.J: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Engineering. BASS, SALLY T.: CFr.J: Andalusia: Education. BASSETT, BETH A.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BASSETT, PAM P.: CFr.J: Sheffield: Home Economics. row nine: BATES, JACQULYN: CFr.J: Adrian. Michigan: Educa- tion. BATES, RONDI: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BATES. WILLIAM N.: CJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BAT- SON, ROBERT S.: tJr.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. BAUMAN, WILLIAM M.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row ten: BAXTER, MICHAEL A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. BEACH, PATRICIA E.: CJr.J: Mount Olive: Arts and Sci- ences. BEACHAM, WILLIAM A.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. BEADLE, SAMUEL G.: tSoph.J: Florence: Com- merce and Business. BEADLES, KATHERINE P.: tSoph.7: Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Home Economics. K4 : it W2 y ff f 35 J 5 51 I i .1 " . M f .fr Wg' 'Q Q ' .". 5 31 , K j X ' 1 ' ' 1:-12" ,.r 'X i ' - 1, - A - 1 ,::Q,jf, ., H2 it .. . . 35:1 ' ' '-"i' - it ' -- f Wy ,X ' wb -5' I K 2 Eye? . " X ,a l . 'Q ,, wgS, i'-as ,f'f's -6 x w ' . 7 ' aff' 1 ' , -Q ' i,q6zrnE5??f5 c ' ' f .,. 1 1' ,V :l.f-1. -15" I. 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BEASLEY, MURRAY W.: CFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row two: BEASON, DAVID W.: tFr.D: East Gadsden: Commerce and Business. BEATTY, CHARLOTTE: tSoph.J: Northport, Educa- tion. BEAUCHAMP, ANNETTE M.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. BEAVEN, HORACE H.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BEAVERS, WENDELL M.: tJr.D: Pell City: Arts and Sci- ences. row three: BECK, CARY G.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BECK, DREXEL: fFr.J: Fairfax: Arts and Sciences. BECK, JOHN H.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Education. BECKLEY, SUSAN: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BECKWITH, CAROLYN: CFr.J: St. Petersburg, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row four: BEDSOLE, TRAVIS M.: tJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BEHM, DOUGLAS D.: fFr.J: Dunedin, Florida: Arts and Sciences. BELCHER, BRENT: CJr.J: Brent: Arts and Sciences. BELL, DEBO- RAH J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BELL, DEBORAH L.: ULD: West Memphis, Arkansas: Education. row five: BELL, REBECCA A.: CFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BELL, SHEILA M.: C.Ir.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BELYEU, JOHN M.: CJr.J: Oneonta: Arts and Sciences. BENEFIELD, KATHRYN A.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Education. BEN- JAMIN, FREDERICK S.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row six: BENNETT, BONITA: CSoph.J: Greenville: Arts and Sci- ences. BENNETT, CHERRYE L.: tSoph.J: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, DANNY D.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. BENNETT, DAVID F.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. BENNETT. DEBBIE: tSoph.b: Fort Sill, Oklahoma: Arts Sciences. and row seven: BENNETT, E. JERRY: tFr.J: Augusta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, LEANNE: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, MICHAEL H.: fSoph.D: Ozark: Com- merce and Business. BENNETT, NANCY L.: tSoph.J: Lincoln: Arts and Sciences. BENNETT, SUSAN S.: QFr.J: Columbia, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. row eight: BENSON, SUSAN E.: CJr.D: Mobile: Education. BEN- SON, THERESA A.: tFr.J: Hueytown: Education. BENTLEY, MAXINE G.: tJr.J: Arlington, Virginia: Home Economics. BER- GOB, CHARLES T.: tSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. BERMAN, CAROL I.: tFr.J: Hollywood: Arts and Sciences. row nine: BERN, GREER L.: CSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. BERRY, CECIL: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BERRY, CHARLOTTE N.: tFr.J: Red Bay: Arts and Sciences. BERRY, DEBORAH W.: Northport: Education. BERRY, KEN- NETH W.: tJr.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. row ten: BERRYHILL, STANLEY W.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. BERRYMAN, STEVEN R.: CFr.D: Town Creek: Commerce and Business. BESSANT, LINDA G.: tFr.J: Phenix: Commerce and Business. BEST, LINDA R.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BETSILL, ROSEMARY: CJr.J: Huntsville: Home Economics. row one: BETTERTON, VAURA A.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. BEUOY, DAVID L.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. BEVERAGE, BILL M.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. BEVILL, DONALD H.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BEVINGTON, PRISCILLA J.: fFr.J: Cincinnati, Ohio: Education. row two: BIBLE, W. BRUCE: CJr.J: Shelbyville, Illinois: Commerce and Business. BILLITS, LAWRENCE T.: QSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. BILLUPS, PAMELA L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. BISHOP, LAHEARNE D.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. BISHOP, RICHARD O.: fFr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. row three: BIVONA, JAKE V.: QSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. BLACK, GARY A.: CFr.7: Athens: Commerce and Busi- ness. BLACK, JIMMY W.: tJr.J: Vernon: Engineering. BLACK, JOHN T.: fSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BLACK, LARRY D.: tJr.D: Section: Arts and Sciences. row four: BLACK, RUTH H.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. BLACKERBY, JOHN W.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. BLACKMARR, ANNA: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BLACKMON, CONNIE: CSoph.J: Gantt, Home Economics. BLACKMON, MARTHA B.: CFr.J: Eufaula: Commerce and Busi- ness. row five: BLACKSTON, WILLARD D.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Com- merce and Business. BLACKWELL, JOHNNY: QJr.J: Quinton: Arts and Sciences. BLAKE, BEN W.: CJr.J: Blountsville: Commerce and Business. BLAKE, V. KATHY: tJr.J: Russellville: Home Economics. BLALOCK, JAMES H.: CJr.J: Abbeville: Commerce and Business. row six: BLANK, IRA L,: CSoph.J: Wantagh, New York: Commerce and Business. BLEDSOE, FRANCES: tSoph.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. BLETHEN, ALDEN J.: CJr.J: Towaco, New Jersey: Edu- cation. BLOOMFIELD, MICHAEL A.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Edu- cation. BLOUNT, PHYLLIS: CJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness. row seven: BLOUNT, SUSAN: CFr.J: Huntsville: Education. BLUE, MATTHEW P.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. BLUM, GERARD L.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BLUM, DENISE S.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. BLUMENFELD, RICHARD S.: CSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. row eight: BLUNDELL, REBECCA: fJr.J: Huntsville: Home Eco- nomics. BLYTHE, EDDIE D.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Busi- ness. BOAN, MICHAEL V.: CSoph.7: Tuscaloosa: Education. BOHANNON, BARBARA E.: CJr.J: Sylacauga: Education. BOLD- ING, SAM H.: tJr.J: Winter Haven, Florida: Commerce and Busi- ness. row nine: BOLLING, ELIZABETH M.: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BOLLING, VIRGINIA A.: CJr.J: Mobile: Education. BOLT, DALE E.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BOLT, RAYMOND L.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BOLTON, JOHNNY O.: tFr.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. row ten: BOLTON, KERMIT P.: fJr.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sci- ences. BOND, RICHARD L.: tSoph.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. BONDS, FAYE: CSoph.J: Greensboro: Home Econom- ics. BOOREAM, CYNTHIA A.: CSoph.J: Florence: Education. BOOTH, JOSEPHINE E.: CFU: Alexandria, Virginia: Home Eco- nomics. 483 A ,y, 1 . !. 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W, , . 12-a 1 Q fj, 1 fri A - 1 Q - - x y Undergraduates: Boo-Bro row one: BOOTH, THOMAS W.: tSoph.J: Alexander City: Com- merce and Business. BORDEN, DAVE G.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. BOSTICK, JOHN G.: tJr.J: Red Bay: Commerce and Business. BOSTICK, ROBERT M.: tFr.J: Tusca- loosa: Engineering. BOSTWICK, LINDA: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row two: BOSWELL, ANITA: tJr.J: Geneva: Home Economics. BOSWELL, DANIEL C.: tFr.D: Geneva: Commerce and Business. BOSWELL, RICHARD S.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Engineering. BOSWELL, ROBERT K.: tFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BOWAB, ANTHONY J.: tFr.I: Atmore: Commerce and Business. row three: BOWER, AUDRA: CFr.J: Montgomery: Education. BOWERS, NANCY C.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Education. BOWMAN, JOHN D.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. BOWMAN, STAN- LEY D.: tSoph.I: Silverhill: Commerce and Business. BOYCHUCK, LINDA D.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. row four: BOYD, ELIZABETH I.: tFr.J: Bolivar, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BOYD, ROBERT A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BOYD, RUTH E.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Education. BOYD, WENDY K.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. BOYKIN, WIL- LIAM B.: tSoph.J: Talladega: Engineering. . ,sf I I A t gl x A a ll ' H1 . - AAF! : I, 4 . , R 1 Xl . r V'--5 X , xx, - ' X k . A, h in I 1 2 , L , ,. . ' ' ' I il: f : . -, It cf ,,.. . ' ' 2. " " I V 1 N I E i ' X 6' I a-1, A rx 3? ' I S 4 J s I r ' I 0424 f i 2 -52: J ff if ,fu - - 1 If .- t , L U., 1 , v u . -111443 I ' . 'if I. f f 'L z' '- ff -.rf I , fit' f " 'fe rg- f 1. ..,,. H.. , 14- V4 , . ff f W R - .1 :fa -- . af A vi 4 .rf 'N' Q I F Q "",,f , 'fs' .wg Q 'IM 2, 'ix i . X at 1 'Ya-'av I ' 1 f gk f yr, f ,N ,, J . ..-ff f 1 Q . if ..',', ..,.'f,.!,: ... 1... 1 2 f-JI 9: Q. .2 1 4 . . Jn ,r is dd. M M , J 'V'-5 f ? ,muy ' ' '- ' ' - T" .' 41? : ,I ' , ,., ' , i ' .ii-. :-ij'l3.iA5-v:QZ:: ,--. A 484 g are .2 5 f f -5 f V, wtf' . il im J: 5 W x V ,' ff! . ,tv g y,- ,PX - ew Y! Q ' fx 1 f ,AJS 5 1 ji? 47 W' I , f ,A ' f, : 1 y 1 . f , , rf , if 9 f W I5 1' gf I .56 4? 'Q , aff I 71 - , -f vig I ef ? t , , V9 1 . K E I I 0, fd X' f .. C M 'jet 94" :at W f T 77 row five: BOYLAN, L. MALLORY: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. BOZEMAN, ROBIN E.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Educa- tion. BRABNER, NANCY R.: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BRABNER, TERRI A.: tJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. BRACK- ETT, ROSALIE J.: tSoph.7: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row six: BRADEN, MAGGIE S.: tJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Home Economics. BRADFORD, C. MARTIN: tSoph.J: Birmingham: En- gineering. BRADLEY, DAVID L.: fSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. BRADLEY, JOE W.: tSoph.7: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BRADLEY, RICHARD L.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Engi- neering. row seven: BRADY, MARY K.: tFr.J: Lanett: Arts and Sciences. BRAGG, GREGORY V.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. BRAKE, FRANKIE P.: tJr.I: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BRAM- BLETT, JAMES H.: tSoph.J: Scottsboro: Commerce and Business. BRANCH, ETHEL L.: tSoph.J: Duncanville: Arts and Sciences. row eight: BRANDON, THOMAS L.: tSoph.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. BRANNON, MARTIN L.: tJr.J: Altoona: Engineering. BRANTLEY, JOSEPH K.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. BRANTLEY, WARREN G.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. BRANYON, ROBERT E.: tJr.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. row nine: BRAY, KATHRYN A.: tFr.J: Albertville: Arts and Sci- ences. BRAZIL, JANET L.: tJr.J: Bessemer: Education. BRAZ- ZELL, F. SHERRELL: tFr.J: Dothan: Engineering. BRECKEN- RIDGE, SHEILA: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BREED, BARBARA B.: tSoph.J: Orlando, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row ten: BRELAND, ANN: tFr.J: Section: Arts and Sciences. BRENNAN, EILEEN M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BRETT, STEPHEN W.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. BREWER, JOAN R.: tFr.J: West Blocton: Education. BREWER, MICHAEL T.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. N 'X S X x I ' .-ff? , ig w M, .,,.A. . . X Q W . . . in F gt 5 1 1 L :gg .. I C" ' F Eff fiifif Q,-,.,:z.,m,M,. .. . .Q . ...wi YARQ Rt , N . v its Qs. ,Qt , x It f:s'+"N I . , its if t 'Z 'ii i ww" wi row five: BROUGHTON, DUNTON M.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. BROUGHTON, RICHARD: CFr.J: Montgom- ery: Engineering. BROWER, WILLIAM J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, BARBARA S.: CJr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, BARBRA R.: CFr.J: Arts and Sciences. -1-6w six: BROWN, BETTY: fJr.J: Birmingham: Education. BROWN, BRUCE W.: tSoph.J: Jacksonville: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, CAROLYN M.: CSoph.J: Hickory, North Carolina: Education. BROWN, CECIL: CJr.J: Eutawg Commerce and Business. BROWN, DAVID L.: CFr.J: Hamilton: Engineering. row seven: BROWN, DEBBIE: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. BROWN, DONNA: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, DONNA: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, DOR- OTHY: CJr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, EDWARD D.: lFr.D: Randolph: Commerce and Business. row eight: BROWN, GAIL: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. BROWN, GEORGE H.: CFr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, GWENDOLYN G.: fJr.J: Parrish: Education. BROWN, HAROLD N.: fSoph.J: Hueytown: Engineering. BROWN, JANET H.: CSoph.J: Talladega: Education. row nine: BROWN, JANIE: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BROWN, JOHN N.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BROWN, JOHATHAN A.: CFr.J: Millport: Commerce and Business. BROWN, LINDA C.: CSoph.J: Akron, Ohio: Education. BROWN, LINDA G.: CJr.J: Sylacauga: Education. row ten: BROWN, MARGARET E.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. BROWN, MARGARET L.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. BROWN, REX: ULD: Birmingham, Commerce and Business. BROWN, ROY H.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. BROWN, SU- ZANNE: CJr.J: Stapleton: Arts and Sciences. row one: BRIDGES, KATHY M.: CFr.J: Hueytown: Education. BRIGGS, JOHN L.: CFr.J: Lake Charles, Louisiana: Commerce and Business. BRINING, JOHN M.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. BRINKLEY, CHARLES J.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. BRISTOW, RICHARD C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row two: BROCK, DOUGLAS H.: CSoph.J: Vernon: Arts and Sci- ences. BROCK, NANCY: tFr.J: Elba: Arts and Sciences. BROCK, ZANDRA K.: tSoph.J: Jasper: Home Economics. BROCKMAN, PEGGY A.: CFr.J: Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Education. BROMLEY, CLAUDE T.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row three: BROOK, MAURY J.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, ANNE K.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. BROOKS, L. ALAN: tSoph.J: Decatur: Education. BROOKS, LINDA J.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, MIDGE A.: CSoph.J: Red Level: Commerce and Business. row four: BROOKS, NELLA: tFr.J: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. BROOKS, ROBERT D.: tJr.J: New York City, New York: Engi- neering. BROOMS, MACK: CFr.J: Andalusia: Commerce and Busi- ness. BROUGHTON, BARBARA A.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. BROUGHTON, DAVED: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ,. X A E - ,HN K . ex I is V 4. L -fl rl g K 4 VV. , ., iff ff' If rs.: 5- J 95511 x Q- 90, ' , ., 3 . -we 3 Nm K 5 1 I ' ei , 5 ,.., A ' " Y 9' . , xi QA 35 we Q -6 I? . V. .5 . -. dw:-::."f:x,'-faresea..A14-4i...1'::,.sm ,,..s R, . 1 Q t . ...: X, QQNW, 52.1, . .. E up -5? . I 2 V ,V 1, V, -rj -I 5.2 .. K -. N., k is X N ' ' . -": ' K : ' I 1' f' I I' gif " i , ,, 'Kg 42. if -j I , gzxggr ffiffig h V .-A 5:st ,1,s:f - ff -4. -Q .: " 4 -.,.4,w, 3 4 224 ,'5: ' . ft , X : . so :z " I . . . 1 f. 5" ' l , I" Q fi ,QU lf. 'G fW?t wwfyf K ' . I ..-A-1 ' . - , 3' ' All " -' I 2 - -3. ' L v. ' 'A -1' . Undergraduates: Bro-Cam row one: BROWNE, JEANIE: tJr.J: Huntsville: Education. BROWNE, THOMAS M.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BROWNING, RHONDA S.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Educ- cation. BRUMLOW, CURMILLA G.: tSoph.J: Roanoke: Arts and Sciences. BRUNO, RONALD G.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row two: BRUZZESE, ANNE G.: tFr.J: Huntington, West Virginia: Arts and Sciences. BRYAN, JANER E.: CFM: Gadsden: Home Economics. BRYAN, LYNN: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BRYAN, SUSAN: CJr.J: Tupelo, Mississippi: Education. BRYAN, THOMAS B.: CFr.J: Jasper: Commerce and Business. row three: BRYANT, ALICE E.: t.Ir.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. BRYANT, BETH: tSoph.J: Bay Minnette: Arts and Sciences. BRY- ANT, CELIA: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. BRYANT, WILLIAM J.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. BUCHER, MARTHA L.: tSoph.J: Sikeston, Missouri: Education. row four: BUCK, GRAY C.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BUCKLEY, LINDA C.: CJr.J: Selma: Arts and Sciences. BUCK- LEY, MARK L.: CFr.J: Sulligent: Education. BUCKLEY, MARY S.: CJr.J: Sulligent: Arts and Sciences. BUERGER, SUSAN: t.Ir.D: Mobile: Education. row five: BUFFORD, NANCY: CSoph.b: Dothan: Home Economics. BUGG, BILL K.: tFr.l: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. BUKOWSKY, JANINA: tFr.J: Rockville, Maryland: Engineering. BULLOCK, NELLE S.: CSoph.J: Tuscumbia: Arts and Sciences. BULLOCK, STANLEY W.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. row six: BULWINKLE, LUCY A.: CFr.J: Mobile: Home Econom- ics. BUNION, THOMAS V.: CSoph.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. BUNKLEY, HELEN: CSoph.l: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. BURCH, LINDA A.: tJr.J: St. Louis, Missouri: Commerce and Business. BURCHFIELD, LINDA: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. row seven: BURCHFIELD, TERY L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BURDETTE, BETTYE: tSoph.J: Roanoke: Home Economics. BURDETTE, MIRIAM P.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. BURGER, KENNETH E.: tJr.D: Huntsville: Education. BURGESS, BARRY: C.Ir.J: Adamsville: Arts and Sciences. row eight: BURGESS, CLAUDIA: tSoph.J: Beatrice: Home Eco- nomics. BURKE, CINDY: tJr.7:' Thousand Oaks, California: Home Economics. BURKE, LUCINDA A.: tFr.J: Anniston: Education. BURKE, PATRICIA H.: tJr.J: East Gadsden: Education. BURKE, PAULETTE R.: Theodore: Arts and Sciences. row nine: BURKETT, JOHN E.: tSoph.J: Stuttgart, Arkansas: Com- merce and Business. BURKETT, TOM: CJr.J: Frisco City: Com- merce and Business. BURKHART, MARY K.: tFr.J: Valley Head: Arts and Sciences. BURKS, EDWARD A.: tFr.J: Pensacola, Flor- ida: Commerce and Business. BURKS, MARY L.: CSoph.J: Pensa- cola, Florida: Education. row ten: BURLESON, BILLY: CSoph.J:' Hartselle: Education. BUR- NELL, WILLIAM J.: tFr.J: Spruce Pine: Commerce and Business. BURNETT, RALPH E.: CSoph.D: Dothan: Commerce and Business. BURNS, BRENDA L.: CSoph.J: Vernon: Education. BURNS, E. ALAN: C.Ir.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. 486 1. W vi :, -ri ff ,149 ,- I " .. . -4' Z3 4 gg, N , 4 i , 1 . . J 7 525,12-:i?::3: , f'i:':-' S - it i. P' fl. 4 I C Qs If at J te- 7' Q. .. ,. ,. 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HJ., W M V A x Zi i 4 , , 4 I-1 .1 X l Z Q, 6 Y 4? " 6 jf 7,7 , . .,.. :L ie a."'W 4 .A.- il 5:3 . ,V ' 'Lf - 'I' . I iv! " ff ww-' '. 1 , 1' ' --.. 5:4 , ,.,, L. 4 .. giftief I 1 ,fs .-1, , 'tc i ' 55: fa, W, Z 1 gf ii? ' .r f ii .. . . Y 3 3.1.1.5 1 I 1 if if - 487 row one: BURNS, HEATHER A.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Education BURNS, JEWEL R.: tJr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. BURNS, ROENA: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. BURNS, RONALD E.: tFr.J: Fairfield: Engineering. BURNUM, SUSAN: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row two: BURROUGHS, KATHERINE: tFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. BURROUGHS, PATRICIA C.: tFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. BURTON, BENJAMIN F.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BURTON, JAMES A.: CSoph.J: Birming- ham: Home Economics. BURTTRAM, DAVID C.: tSoph.J: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business. row three: BUSH, BARBARA: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. BUSH, BRUCE: tJr.J: Attalla: Commerce and Business. BUSH, THOMAS W.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. BUSI-IELL, GRACE L.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. BUTLER, ALBERT S.: CFM: Pike Road: Commerce and Business. row four: BUTLER, BARI: tFr.J: Bessemer: Education. BUTLER, DONNA K.: CFr.J: Boaz: Home Economics. BUTTERLY, MI- CHAEL D.: CJr.J: Anniston, Commerce and Business. BUZBEE, CAROL A.: tFr.D: Goodwater: Arts and Sciences. BYESS, CAROL J.: tJr.J: Union Hill: Home Economics. row five: BYNUM, RONALD: tSoph.J: Geneva: Education. BY- NUM, STANLEY: tFr.J: Altoona: Engineering. BYRD, KENNETH E.: tSoph.J: Rome, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. BYRD, LARRY: CJr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. BYRD, MARY W.: CFr.D: Birming- ham: Education. Sci- and and Sci- row six: BYRELL, DENNIS E.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and ences. CABBIL, VIRGINIA: CFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce Business. CADDELL, CHARLES: CSoph.J: Brent: Commerce Business. CAFFEY, PATRICIA A.: tFr.J: Anniston, Arts and ences. CAFFEY, PEG: tFr.J: Anniston, Arts and Sciences. row seven: CAGLE, DAVID B.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. CAIN, MARY SUE: CJr.D: Geneva: Home Economics. CAIN, RONALD A.: tJr.D: Lanett: Business and Commerce. CALDWELL, JAMES D.: ULD: Dadeville: Commerce and Business. CALDWELL, KENNETH D.: tFr.D: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. row eight: CALHOUN, NICKY L.: CJLJ: Greensboro: Engineering. CALIX, ARTHUR A.: CJr.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. CALLAWAY, NANCY: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. CALLOWAY, AMANDA: tFr.J: Mountain Brook: Home Econom- ics. CALVERT, RETA: CJr.J: Jasper: Home Economics, row nine: CAMERON, CAROL: CFr.D: Gadsden: Home Economics. CAMERON, JOSEPH: CSoph.J: Greensboro: Arts and Sciences. CAMP, WALTER: tFr.D: Ridgeland, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. CAMPBELL, CECELIA: tSoph.J: Decatur: Education. CAMPBELL, DEBORAH: tFr.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. row ten: CAMPBELL, ELLEN E.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. CAMPBELL, FRANCES: CJr.J: Livingston: Education. CAMPBELL, JERRY: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CAMPBELL, HARVEY B.: tSoph.J: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. CAMPBELL, JAMES T.: CFr.J: Florence: Engineering. Q N f wr X at -A x ' ' ' XS Iuzq 3 I I 'ii - wwf - :we :nw , , 2 ' f 1 A If 4 Aim I if I --.. M r-f .- 95, ., K9 1 0 7 X 15 Q , : 63? . V S S ' . 4 .4 A ' 1 Z:-' r. H' 1 A " X "" '5 . - , f f . ff' W: -:. .- I 'Y 6,1 I , , ' I vig. I , 1 , -Z. - . ,.- ri . :Me -'W' :mv ww W I .f . X , . ' 5 M222 ' 11: 4- V fx Xl ramp ' size' zQ5 vw I V 1 as S , I M2 J t 2 ' row tive: CARMICHAEL, JAMES L.: fSoph.J: Valley Head: Com- merce and Business. CARMICHAEL, JOHN O.: tSoph.J: Montgom- ery: Arts and Sciences. CARMICHAEL, LINDA C.: tFr.l: Valley Head: Education. CARNES, BILL: tFr.l: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. CARNES, ED: fSoph.l: Albertville: Commerce and Business. row six: CAROTHERS, CONNIE J.: CSoph.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CARPENTER, MARY M.: CJr.Jg Memphis, Tennessee: Ed- ucation. CARPENTER, ROBERT H.: tSoph.l: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. CARR, CHARLES F.: tSoph.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. CARRIGAN, PATRICK G.: tSoph.l: Mobile: Com- merce and Business. row seven: CARROLL, HENRY H.: tFr.l: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. CARROLL, JEN: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. CARROLL, JOHN C.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. CARROLL, JOHN E.: tSoph.Jg Mobile: Arts and Sciences. CARROLL, MARCEL E.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row eight: CARROLL, MIKE L.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. CARROLL, SHARON A.: CSoph.J: Stevenson: Home Eco- nomics. CARROLL, SUZANNE M.: QFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sci- ences. CARROLL, THOMAS M.: CJr.D: Hurtsboro: Arts and Sci- ences. CARROLL, WALTER C.: CJr.J: Union Springs: Arts and Sci- ences. row nine: CARSON, RICHARD W.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CARSON, SHARON M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CARTER, ANNE C.: CSoph.J: Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Arts and Sciences. CARTER, BARBARA A.: CSoph.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. CARTER, LAURENCE R.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row ten: CARTER, ROXANE L.: CJr.J: Burlington, New Jersey: Home Economics. CARTER, RYAN F.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Com- merce and Business. CARTER, SANDRA F.: tSoph.j: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. CARTER, SUZANNE: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. CARTER, THOMAS W.: CJr.J: Manassas, Virginia: Commerce and Business. 488 Undergraduates: Cam-Cla row one: CAMPBELL, RONALD R.: tFr.J: Blountsville: Engineer- ing. CAMPBELL, TERRY: CFr.J: Florence: Engineering. CAMP- BELL, THOMAS E.: ULD: Hueytown: Engineering. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM R.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CANALE, CHRISTOPHER W.: CFr.J: Germantown, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. row two: CANCEL, IVAN R.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CANNON, BART L.: CJr.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Com- merce and Business. CANNON, BETSEY: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. CANNON, JOSEPH M.: CJr.l: Athens: Arts and Sci- ences. CANTRELL, PHIL G.: tJr.J: Fayette: Education. row three: CAPLES, JEFF D.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. CAPOUANO, JANE R.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. CAPP, ES- THER: CJr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. CAPPS, CHARLES D.: CJr.l: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. CARDEN, JAMES A.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row four: CARGO, ANN J.: ULD: Gardendale: Education. CAR- LISLE, CHRISTA J.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. CAR- LISLE, TOMMIE: tFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. CARLSON, LEE W.: tJr.7: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CARMACK, MONTE A.: tJr,l: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. 7954? K' . .--' ,c. .1 f ft 1 1 ,-. ..,, , J 'I"?' 1 4 4' . t gn. .A 4 . A ' - A i, N was ' ' ,I i 4:1 1 V - , 'QF-Q " ' -gem, ,X ,I n,Kt 4 fe. .-W e.: M Y?-' Q ' , f",iI5 lg I X' f 'gf S s will 1 f I I - . ' a. .. 1. . Q 1 11 -ff 5323: . ss -11 6? . I X ' , . Q- t U ,Q g 523, , Vx: 4 i ,W K Q J S I 3 I .1 s- -I R J -f e ifgw Z. N . i 'sn 1, fb V 4 X .,. .., ,, '-U lf. , Q . x X X Q- Q ,N I Mug? .5-A , f 'B 1,.Y,ke-?5,i:2':- t f ' ' . -. -- 1. f-:1ee-3.- .. . . , . Q - 5: L , 1 . . ' I':i'i92? .:,:-' , , , ff-if Q j 'iii ' :gl .5 g iw., ff ' N K -V ' at ..t- .ff ff f rf Nm-+'1a::.f:::E tgp' gi, row one: CARY, JANET: CFM: Gardendale: Education. CASEY, DOUGLAS L.: CFM: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. CASEY, PAUL C.: CFM: Maxwell A.F.B.: Arts and Sciences. CASH, ARTHUR V.: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Engineering. CASHIO, ANTHONY G.: CJM: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row two: CASHIO, FRANCES A.: CFM: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CASMUS, CHARLES A.: CJM: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. CATER, JAMES T.: CJM: Beatrice: Arts and Sci- ences. CATER, ONA L.: CFM: Selma: Arts and Sciences. CATLIN, JAMES R.: CSoph.J: Jacksonville, Florida: Commerce and Business. row three: CAUTHEN, LEANN: CFM: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. CERVANTES, WALTER R.: CJM: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. CHALKLEY, MARTHA LEE: CJM: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Education. CHAMBERS, LINDA M.: CJM: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. CHAMPION, ED: CJM: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row four: CHANEY, STANLEY L.: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. CHAPMAN, DEEDEE: CJM: Birmingham: Education. CHAPMAN, DOUGLAS: CJM: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. CHAP- MAN, GARY J.: CSoph.J: Daleville: Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. CHAPMAN, JAMES E: CSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. of sg: C. ' , .,, .,. , , 'Q .s R far , V- S 1 2 ..-A In . yy? C 1 ' SCS.. : ' " Cs.. Q' SE: ' I I s ,C . ,.,, rcs . L, R' C I .W :X si? 1 ,yi if A I Xi- L i , , '35'.f'5f ' "-QL 1-f ff. . ' -. , ,' , . 4- gs f"- . , , .. FP- f J ' Q . .Cz I fl. -1' ip.. " 11 '- "-- 52 . . it ' -- ' ." I . 3:55 g w, .- ,.,. . X E N: fam ' s NQ8 if 1 . . I ,.,.., ,. . C . ,...:a2's'e::::-fz:s1::: N : :C,C : r is 'M AQ .-,3 fi 'K H A I S I 'f'.' ' L F: :: : I A if . , 'Xl . f-ft ' - gh IX as 2 ate? Q V if 5 45 I X 1 we-, Q 'C I Q :ff , sg 489 fi ff 21 C Sul' E , .,,.,,.. , - .... . . 9' at v y 6' M . Y if tl 3 ..,,: .,,,,. 2 , ,,,. . M , ,, A . row five: CHAPMAN, SID A.: CJM: Grove Hill: Commerce and Business. CHAPMAN, TOMMY: CSoph.J: Evergreen: Commerce and Business. CHAPPELL, CONNIE: CFM: Talladega: Education. CHAPPELL, MICHAEL A.: CJM: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. CHAPPELLE, ALLAN J.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row six: CHASE, MARY C.: CJM: Lakeland, Florida: Education. CHEATHAM, RAYMOND L.: CFM: Vinemont: Arts and Sciences. CHECKETTS, LARRY A.: CJM: Denville, New Jersey: Commerce and Business Administration. CHERRY, SHIRLEY: CJM: Newton: Arts and Sciences. CHIEPALICH, MARIA J.: CSoph.J: Jacksonville: Engineering. row seven: CHIEVES, PATRICIA: CFM: Birmingham: Education. CHILDS, JACK F.: CSoph.J: Slocomb: Arts and Sciences. CHILDS, PAUL L.: CFM: Birmingham: Engineering. CHILDS, WILLIAM C.: CFM: Slocomb: Arts and Sciences. CHODACKI, JOHN: CSoph.J: Chicago, Illinois: Education. row eight: CHRAMER, PAUL R.: CFM: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. CHRISENBERRY, CHRISTY M.: CFM: Birmingham: Educa- tion. CHRISTENSEN, AMELIA S.: CJM: Gardendale: Education. CHRISTESON, NORTON M.: CSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. CHRISTIAN, NAOMI: CFM: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row nine: CHRISTOPHER, JOHN Y. JR.: CSoph.J: Butler: Com- merce and Business. CHRISTOPHER, PEGGY J.: CJM: Gadsden: Education. CLANAHAN, JAMES F.: CJM: Carrollton: Education. CLAPP, CLEMENT M.: CFM: Maplesville: Commerce and Busi- ness. CLAPP, H. N.: CJM: Maplesville: Arts and Sciences. row ten: CLARDY, LEWIS R. III: CJM: Reform: Commerce and Business. CLARK, CATHERINE L.: CFM: Ozark: Arts and Sci- ences. CLARK, FLORENCE R.: CJM: Clarksdale, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. CLARK, JAMES G.: CFM: Browns: Commerce and and Business. CLARK, JAMES T.: CFM: Scottsboro: Commerce Business. - M11 ' M I ti N as x seq -2 ' .atv 'N Sex ss X X ..s:n"1, ' - .r .- rf., , i 1 . fi hi' K - ' .K , wifi. Y 'D -, . . -' .. X N -ae I fe- Fiisfie' I . . . 3 ,.A. .A . , - ie. aff: , M I. .' . . E . WW . . . . -S TX 'ff -if f Q, ' " . E- sz. I -5-sf.. is-'fi l ff'-1 A. - R ""' N- vs 4 - 5. .-1 .. W ' -rs. 1541- . 9 ss. .1 X ' 1 1 N S .. ffl- ' ' '. " """ -rf' 1 2555? Y . "" ' " . X v tif? - . Zag - .Y N- Z.'.-mlilk . :iii-Sl52',, 'I " , I 'W t E' -fr .f ' Sf ' A . 5 as 4- fn nwkis. I, .,,. M . ,xy W x 5. fr - - s.. Q-s...f 5 , E ' M. . x H.. .. Q. -, ' - iexgg I 1- ' f -. y-E -: f . 5. A ' Q: " ' -, -1 1 fi! .J - ' I SSN r , . . ,Q .4:2,.::e:e..,:.sf2f' I f ' ' -1 . g. - V - . ' if 4- , 5- 'QE 4, ...., . ' N 1-4:2-25-...T-f 1.. :f M ,: 12 " " 15 'Z ' 5, W 5 5' ' g 'sf -"TIG , F' -, 'it " Q'z':.. ,- ' 'ti ::,. 22:5 ' ,' I 1 - XE .Sr .. . .,1g- ' .r .gg ,.i my : "ff Xt'-R ,QM ,- ., 1 l it V KM ' ,f e -. V'-1, f A ' 1, l B- 611 - 5- ' , .Q i .. 'li i"s .X T . 1 ' f f ! ,, 4 4 V ,.,, F.. , I f - ff- f- 'V' Qc, ii A , . 1-Q.. :sk Q . I X ' XY sf- W 5522 : 5- ': F.- sts 490 Undergraduates: Cla-Cor row one: CLARK, JOHN R.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CLARK, KATHRYN A.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. CLARK, MARY K.: CJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. CLARK, MARY V.: CFr.J: Decatur: Education. CLARK, SARAH L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row two: CLARK, SUSAN L.: fSoph.J: Tuscumbia: Home Econom- ics. CLAY, ANITA J.: CSoph.J: Falkvilleg Education. CLAY, CORAL E.: CSoph.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce and Busi- ness. CLAY, NEAL: CJr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. CLEIN, BARBARA L.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row three: CLEINO, JEANNE M.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. CLEINO, WILLIAM H.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. CLEM- ENT, MARC R.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. CLEMENT, WILLIAM J.: QJr.J: Dardanelle, Arkansas: Commerce and Business. CLEMONS. LINDA L.: fFr.J: Hueytown: Education. row four: CLEMMONS, MARTHA A.: CSoph.J: Ethelsville: Home Economics. CLEMMONS, THOMAS W.: CJr.J: Ethelsville: Com- merce and Business. CLENNEY. SUSAN C.: CFr.D: Abbeville: Arts and Sciences. CLIFTON, JAMES R.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CLINTON, JAMES J.: CFr.J: Sylacauga: Engineering. row five: CLONTS, J. MICHAEL: fFr.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. CLONTS, SHARON L.: fJr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. CLOUD. CATHERINE D.: tSoph.J: Birming- ham: Home Economics. CLOUSE, MARY K.: tSoph.J: Woodstock: Education. CLOWDUS, BETTY G.: tFr.J: West Blocton: Education. row six: CLOWDUS. SHARON M.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. COBB. HENRY H.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. COBB. J. G.: tSoph.J: Oxford: Commerce and Business. COBB, JOSEPH L.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Engineering. COBB, ROB- ERT H.: tJr.J2 Mobile: Home Economics. row seven: COBB. SHIRLEY A.: CSoph.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sci- ences. COBBLE. CHARLOTTE L.: fSoph.7: Fort Payne: Education. COBERN. MARVIN C.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COCHRAN, CHARLES W.: fJr.J: Boaz: Education. COCHRAN, CLAIRE: tSoph.J: Montgomery, Education. row eight: COCHRANE. PEYTON C.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. COCHRANE, TORREY J.: fJr.5: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. COCKE, JOHN D.: tFr.J: Montrose: Com- merce and Business. COCKER, TIM: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CODY, ELIZABETH E.: CFr.J: Wetumpka: Education. row nine: COE. DEBORAH F.: fJr.J: Dothan: Education. COE, MARGARET E.: tSoph.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. COFFEE, GLENDON L.: tJr.D: Bessemer: Education. COFFMAN. MANION M.: tSoph.J: Elkmont: Arts and Sciences. COHEN, ELLEN S.: CSoph..J: Montgomery: Education. COHEN, LESLI A.: CJr.J: Dayton, Ohio: Education. row ten: COHEN, ROSIE L.: fSoph.J: Long Beach, California: Education. COHEN, SHARON A.: QJr.J: Kennett, Missouri: Commerce and Business. COHN, JAMES I.: ULD: Tuskegee: Commerce and Busi- ness. COXER, H. BEN: CFr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row one: COLBURN, MARY L.: tJr.J: Fayette, Home Economics. COLE, JACKIE A.: CFr.l, Nashville, Tennessee, Education. COLEE, DONALD L.: fFr.I, Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COLEMAN, ANN M.: tJr.J, Coker, Education. COLEMAN, JERRY L.: tJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business. row two: COLEMAN, JOHN W.: tSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business. COLEMAN, SHARON R.: tFr.D, Annandale, Vir- ginia, Arts and Sciences. COLLIER, MARGARET E.: tSoph.J, De- catur, Arts and Sciences. COLLIER, ROSIE M.: tSoph.J, Kim- brough, Arts and Sciences. COLLINS, JAMES L.: CSoph.J, Hunts- ville: Engineering. row three: COLTON, ARNOLD H.: tSoph.J, Huntington, New York, Commerce and Business. COMBS. JAMES M.: tJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Commerce and Business. COMBS, JERRY L.: tSoph.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences. COMER, JAMES H.: tSoph.J, Rogersville, Commerce and Business. CONDITT, CATHERINE V.: ULD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. row four: CONDITT, PATTY J.: tFr.J, Mobile, Home Economics. CONDRA, CYNTHIA A.: tSoph.I: Nashville, Tennessee, Education. CONLEY, SUSAN M.: tFr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics. CON- NER, JERE F.: tJr.J, Cartersville, Georgia, Commerce and Busi- ness. CONNER, KENNETH P.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Engineering. row five: CONNOLLY, DAVID F.: tSoph.J: Mobile, Commerce and Business. CONNOR, HARRY J.: CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business. CONOVER. ELIZABETH V.: CJr.7, East Aurora, New York, Education. CONTE, GAETON V.: tJr.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering. CONTRI, ROSEMARY: CFr.J, Birmingham, Education. row six: CONVERSE, VALERY A.: CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business. CONWAY, PATRICIA A.: tSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics. CONYERS, DONNA JOYCE: fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Ed- ucation. COOK, ANN M.: CJr.J, Selma, Education. COOK, JANET L.: CFr.J, Selma, Education. row seven: COOK, RODNEY E.: CSoph.J, Shawmut, Commerce and Business. COOK, SAMUEL M.: CJr.J, Pine Hill, Arts and Sciences. COOKE, NANCY: tFr.J, Sumiton, Arts and Sciences. COOLEY, HUGH L.: tJr.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business. COOPER, EDDIE W.: fFr.J, Elbag Arts and Sciences. row eight: COOPER, KATHRYN A.: tFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics. COOPER, LEO K.: CJr.l, Gadsden, Commerce and Business. COOPER, VIRGINIA B.: CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. COPELAND. BARRY: CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences. COPELAND, CEIL H.: CJr.J, Birmingham, Education. row nine: COPELAND, JOE R.: tSoph.Jg Boaz, Engineering. COPE- LAND, RUSTY: fJr.J, Fairfield, Commerce and Business. COPLIN, TERRY W.: fSoph.J, Ohatchee, Arts and Sciences. COPPEDGE, KATHERINE A.: tSoph.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Commerce and Business. COPPEDGE, WAYNE L.: CSoph.J, Billingsley, En- gineering. I row ten: CORLEY, CHARLES D.: CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. CORLEY, ROBERT D.: tJr.J, Oneonta, Commerce and Business. CORLEY, THELA D.: fJr.D, Bay Minette, Education. CORNEIL, JANET L.: CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Home Econom- ics. CORNELIUS, JOHN E.: CSoph.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences. 491 ,f ., 'Uv , jill ' 7 , ,I ,. 4 1 X , 'fa-:V A ta! 1 I fe I e gi my . , 9 5 . I 4 1 ct, ff li I 4' is fl 4,45 .icy f . -JS 1,1 f 1 ba. 1 r f' . X. . .3 '45 ,. -1,51 riff . Tb,-Q . 6 l a! " 4 -"- 1 as -f x ...M . . 'YZ 3 -f, Q V V, , ,. ' ff .1 '--' , - , . Q., ' ' . -w ' :L . 1 f 'cjf I - . ,.A. , . , I I 'UF eta.. G- 2 ,f it i f ., Z. 'fsiffl 6 , X 'W 7 5 ., I ft ,5 1 I Ml f , I ' yi. . A, ,. I ff? ' r I , 4? 'i. -..v t 491g':"" f . 1 sf . , I Va, 21221 " sq' 'r I . ,,. X' f f' ' 'f i 2 N f ff 7 X 'V 1' 1" 'J if X' 51.5 5' 4 4, ,, .,,,1 I . v-Y 5 f , , X 1 , 1, f ofa f r 03? sv I -. -f. 'Y . ml ,flaw If 7 X 1. w as .7 ,. ,JI 3 f? .1 'M .24 . fe f 'Qs , , 1 ,of fi, ? -fic" 9 K ' gi gf .. ,Jn N A Q" , 242: Q 4 W e 'fx - 3 I 5 --,J f f A ff' if I I , f 1 'fl W 1: 1 f X A Undergraduates: Cor-Dau row one: CORRIGAN, STEVEN E.: tSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. CORTHELL. LYNN: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CORWIN, PAUL C.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. CORY, LINDA C.: tSoph.J: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Education. COSBY, WILLIAM F.: tJr.J: Selma: Education. row two: COSPER, ERIC H.: tJr.J: Byncern: Engineering. COSPER, MONICA R.: tFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. COTHREN, ROB- ERT A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. COTTON, WAYNE: tFr.J: Chatom: Commerce and Business. COUCH, JAMES E.: CSoph.J: Talladega: Commerce and Business. row three: COUCH, MARY A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. COUMANIS, GEORGE N.: tFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. COURINGTON, DAVID G.: CFr.J: Florence: Engi- neering. COVER, LARRY P.: tFr.J: Dothan: Engineering. COW- LES, MARGARET M.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Education. row four: COWLEY, STEPHEN P.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. COX, CAROLYN S.: tSoph.J: Attalla: Arts and Sciences. COX, CATHERINE I.: CSoph.J: Boaz: Education. COX, JOHN D.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. COX, LELEAND M.: tJr.J: Mentone: Commerce and Business. I ,:.,, E6 , T s f v-. , 75 I ' r I 1 -- f '. 5 ,A L rye , 539 F- :V 3 kf 4 ' .jiri I , Q r, 'yi f jx I I I Say- i xi 4 5 YN V :1-:. F.. :il I " f j Qii J aaHa:.'i raar .a..' seas: fa , Q?? 13ml if, e' f.if 4 "2.g.1- J ' J X , 1. ' ' " -ff? F fi "" f i: -T . k A ,t , 'r f I ' ' if I ' ' - '5 .2g. ' ' 4.-1-R ' f , . - ' 'L f f: Q z u , ' r ' ,. ,. gi- at ,: V : :QF , 3 gl " V, . 5 gf- ' Y' f Q g 2 3 I 1 4- ka V 'Q .fi-anal i t 1, ,. ""' I f 5' ,. ' it , 1 " , lvl- ,- I -sf, , is . cs- -ff , - f .U l f Z I H i ,E E it 1 J' 1' w,,,.,,,,, ' " . I 33" " 'Z f ew:-'41" V V .. , m E " -' .. , I ' ' ' Q: . -0- .H 1 .. . . 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COX, VIRGINIA B.: tSoph.J: Columbus, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. tSoph.J: Lexington, Kentucky: Arts and row six: CRABB. CYNTHIA A.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. CRABTREE. JEAN E.: tFr.D: Madeira Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. CRAIG, POLLY N.: tFr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Educa- tion. CRAIGHEAD, MARY E.: CFr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Home Economics. CRAMER, CRAIG A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: CRANDALL, CAROL A.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. CRANFORD. NANCY CARROLL: CJr.D: Gadsden: Education. CRANK. KYLA R.: Little Rock, Arkansas: Education. CRAVEN, TEDDY W.: tJr.J: Parrish: Education. CRAWFORD, GLENN S.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. row eight: CRAWFORD, SHERRIE L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. CRAWFORD, WILLIAM A.: CJr.D: Memphis, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. CREEL, PATRICIA A.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Home Economics. CREMER. CAROLE A.: tSoph.J: Cola, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. CREQUE. MICHAEL F.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row nine: CRITTENDON, MARY R.: tFr.J: Tarrant: Arts and Sci- ences. CROCKER, DONALD E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CROCKER, MICHAEL D.: tSoph.D: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences. CROFT, CURTIS R.: CFr.J: Boaz: Engineering. CRO- NIER. JANE R-I CFF-JL Montgomery: Home Economics. row ten: CROOM, RONALD E.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CROSBY, JAN C.: CFr.J: Roanoke, Virginia: Home Eco- nomics. CROSBY, MAURICE V.: tJr.J: Athens, Georgia: Education. CROSS, DOUGLAS E.: tSoph.J: Bethesda, Maryland: Education. CROSTA, JOHN M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. ji , : 49552 R '4 X .. , s 'W Cu . .N . , M4 Lf 9 , 4' , x f'H ' 'Avfi , , K 1 A 4 .3 Q as I , Zi if Q 1 .5 raw: I 'V - , 4 e J, ,, Y 1 'iv fi QS 7: ' v . 1 - -. fr '- nw I if A M Mtg, , ,Q 6 ' 595475, 55245. X ' row tive: CUNNINGHAM, H. KING: CSoph.J: Jackson: Commerce and Business. CUNNINGHAM, LARRY G.: tSoph.J: Northport: Engineering. CUNNINGHAM, MARJORIE K.: CFr.J: Sacramento, California: Education. CUNNINGHAM, NANCY O.: tFr.J: Scotts- boro: Commerce and Business. CUNNINGHAM, TERESA N.: tJr.J: Sacramento, California: Arts and Sciences. row six: CURL, MICHAEL E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. CURRIE, JAMES F.: CFr.J: Atmore: Commerce and Busi- ness. CURRIE, MARTHA E.: CSoph.l: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. CURRY, ASHLEY C.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. CURRY, SARAH H.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row seven: CURRY, WILLIAM A.: tSoph.J: Carrollton: Arts and Sciences. CURTIS, ALAN E.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CURTIS, JENNIE M.: tJr.J: Oklahoma City: Education. CUSICK, JACQUELYN S.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CUTCLIFFE, CATHY C.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row eight: DABBS, KATHY: CFr.J: Hueytown: Home Economics. DAILEY, M. DIANE: Birmingham: Education. DAILY, BONNIE J.: CFr.J: Vinemont: Arts and Sciences. DALGO, LAWRENCE F.: CJr.D: Mobile: Commerce and Business. DALTON, MARGARET A.: tJr.J: Memphis: Arts and Sciences. row nine: DANFORD, DONALD S.: tJr.J: Shawmont: Arts and Sci- ences. DANIEL, JAMES D.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DANIEL. MARTHA S.: CFr.J: Heflin: Education. DAN- NEMAN, NEIL A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DARBY, ENNIS W.: tJr.J: Tunica, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. row ten: DARDEN, MARGARET N.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DARNELL, KENNETH E.: tFr.J: Bowling Green, Kentucky: Engineering. DAUGHERTY, JOHN A.: tFr.J: Adams- ville: Arts and Sciences. DAUGHERTY, STEVEN G.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DAUSSMAN, JUDITH A.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Home Economics. row one: CROUCH, JAMES M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. CROUSE, DAVID B.: tJr.D: Bissone, Switzerland: Arts and Sciences. CROW, ANNA J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. CROWSON. ROGER D.: fSoph.D: Jackson, Mississippi: Engineering. CROXTON, ELIZABETH: CFr.J: College Park, Maryland: Arts and Sciences. row two: CROY, CARL E.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. CRUM, GEORGE B.: CSoph.J: Hayneville: Arts and Sci- ences. CRUMP. QUINTA Y.: tFr.l: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. CRUMPTON, PATRICIA A.: tJr.J: Tarrant: Arts and Sciences. CRUMRINE, JEFF A.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. row three: CRUTE, MELISSA: ULD: Huntsville: Education. CUL- BERSON, CHARLES W.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. CULBER- SON, JAMES R.: tSoph.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. CUL- BERSON, SARAH E.: tJr.J: Mobile: Education. CULLIGAN, MAJORIE A.: lSoph.7: Lafayette, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. row four: CULOTTA. PAMELA B.: lJr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. CUMMINS, CURTIS L.: tJr.J: Ettrick, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. CUNNINGHAM, BRUCE E.: CFr.J: Butler: Arts and Sci- ences. CUNNINGHAM, ELIZABETH C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. CUNNINGHAM, GWENDOLYN O.: tJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. .f .j'f. 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Undergraduates: Dau-Don row one: DAVENPORT, SALLY L.: tSoph.J: St. Petersburg, Flor- ida: Arts and Sciences. DAVID, FRANK H.: tFr.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. DAVIDSON, MARGARET S.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. DAVIDSON. RUTHANNE: tFr.J: Hueytown: Education. DAVIDSON, STEPHEN S.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. row two: DAVIS, B, SCOTT: tSoph.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. Business. DAVIS, DAVID H.: tFr.D: Decatur: Commerce and DAVIS, DEBORAH J.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, DEBORAH L.: tFr.J: Centre: Education. DAVIS, DONNA G.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row three: DAVIS, D. SUSAN: tJr.J: Florence: Education. DAVIS, EDWARD L.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, FRED H.: tSoph.J: Centreville: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, HELEN R.: tFr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. DAVIS, JAMES F.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row four: DAVIS, JANE: tFr.J: Talladega: Education. DAVIS, JOHN E.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, JOHN H.: tFr.J: Lowndesboro: Engineering. DAVIS, JOHN W.: tJr.D: Brewton: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, JUDY D.: tSoph.J: Delta: Edu- I cation. row five: DAVIS, MARY A.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, MICHAEL A.: tSoph.J: Little Rock, Arkansas: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, MYLES M.: tFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, NELDA V.: tJr.J: Satsuma: Edu- cation. DAVIS, RONALD L.: tJr.J: Kennedy: Education. row six: DAVIS. RUTH: tJr.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, SAMUEL A.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. DAVIS, THOMAS G.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. DAVIS, WILLIAM A.: tJr.J: Talladega: Commerce and Business. DAWS, DAVID G.: tFr.J: Centreville: Engineering. row seven: DAWSON, TERRY L.: t.lr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. DEAL, FAYE C.: tFr.J: Dothan: Education. DEAN. PEGGY P.: tFr.D: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. DEASON, ROBERT E.: tJr.D: Pell City: Arts and Sciences. DEBOY, CAROLYN B.: tSoph.J: Lakeland, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row eight: DEEP, LAWRENCE G.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. DEHANEEY, LUCRETIA A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DEHNERT, BARBARA J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business, DELK, SHERRY K.: tJr.J: Nashville, Tennes- see: Commerce and Business. DELONEY, RICHARD E.: tSoph.J: Hueytown: Education. row nine: DELONEY, T. JEANNE: tFr.J: Livingston: Arts and Sci- ences. DEMENT, RANDY J.: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. DEM P- SEY, HARRY Y.: tSoph.J: Jacksonville: Arts and Sciences. DEMP- SEY, WILLIAM R.: tJr.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. DENBOER, LINDA E.: tSoph.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. row ten: DENDY, MICHELLE D.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. DENMARK, RAYMOND H.: tJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. DENNIS, DIANNE: tJr.J: Maplesville: Home Economics. DENNIS, ROSE C.: tFr.J: Talladega: Education. DEN- NIS, VICKY D,: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. . . ms cfm x A 'F kv . 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DES- ROCHERS, JAMES M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. DESROCHERS, JOHN M.: tSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row two: DESANTIS, ANGELA R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. DESLATTES, DOUGLAS. L.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. DESSERT, MARGARET I.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. DETKO, CATHERINE M.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Home Economics. DEUTSCH, SHERYL S.: tFr.l: Tuscaloosa: Education. row three: DEVORE, PHILLIP A.: tSoph.J: Mountain Brook: Com- merce and Business. DEWITT, NANCY A.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. DIAL, SUSAN DARLENE: CSoph.J: Northport: Art and Sciences. DICHIARA, PETER M.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. DICKERT, MARY A.: CSoph.J: Anniston: Arts and Sci- ences. row four: DICKINSON, MARGARET O.: tSoph.J: Lookout Moun- tain, Tennessee: Home Economics. DICKS, ALICE A.: CJr.J: Lin- den, Indiana: Education. DICKSON, LOUISE M.: tJr.J: Montgom- ery: Arts and Sciences. DIENSTFRE, JUDY E.: CSoph.I: Montgom- ery: Education. DILLARD, BRUCE L.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. row tive: DILLARD, JOE E.: IJr.D: Bessemer: Commerce and Busi- ness. DINELEY, RICHARD L.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. DINELEY, .VIRGINIA M.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. DINGES, LINDA B.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Education. DINGES, LINDA M.: QFr.J: Florence: Education. row six: DINGES, STEPHEN E.: tSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sci- ences. DINHAM, PATRICIA A.: CSoph.l: Mobile: Home Econom- ics. DINNING, PAULA E.: CJr.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences. DIPIAZZA, ANTHONY J.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DIPIAZZA, SAMUEL A.: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Business and Commerce. row seven: DITORO, ANTHONY D.: ULD: Schenectady, New York: Engineering. DITORO, MICHAEL A.: CSoph.J: Schenectady, New York: Engineering. DIXIE, LUVERNE M.: CFr.J: Uniontown: Home Economics. DIXON, GREGORY A.: CSoph.J: Miami, Flor- ida: Arts and Sciences. DOBBINS, CAROLYN R.: tJr.J: Birming- ham: Education. row eight: DOBBS, FORREST M.: fJr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sci- ences. DOBBS, GARY P.: tSoph.J: Childersburg: Arts and Sciences. DOBSON. JAMES W.: CSoph.J: Fort Myers, Florida: Commerce and Business. DOCK, TRUDY: tFr.J: Miami, Florida: Home Eco- nomics. DODD, DEBORAH S.: CFr.J: Glen Allen: Home Economics. row nine: DODD, EDWARD M.: tFr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sci- ences. DODD, RONALD H.: CJr.D: Semmes: Arts and Sciences. DODGEN, SHARON E.: tJr.J: Roanoke: Home Economics. DOD- SON, NEIL B.: tSoph.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. DOE, WELDON W.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row ten: DOLAN, DORIS A.: tJr.D: Phil Campbell: Home Econom- ics. DOMINICK, DELORES D.: tJr.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. DOMNANOVICH, JOSEPH M.: C.Ir.J: Birmingham: Engineering. DONAHOO, CASSANDRA L.: tSoph.J: Fairfield Highlands: Edu- cation. DONAHOO, SHERRY: tJr.J: I-Iarpersville: Home Economics. ,,,,,.,,,.,,. , ., , ,. I -. . ---' . 1,1 1 gg i.. , .:, ,H V. ' J L lg: . 'fp h t -1 Y. f . ,. , Q f .2 I ' ' ,fy , ' , f ' t ,,:.,fa-' - ,, , - if z ' .,,. z 5 'vi f .i .Elk yi., , V :X . Z, W. - . J VM., If I Ql Q: ' . A2522 ,- ' " " fig: .4 ,, . Zi . 3 f, -in alftt-' , : - If., ' 'fin I ' S ii -' '-9 7 g 3 , , 2 " f ,. . MFQ 3 " 55135 H T -' fa 1, , 'fx' 0 'I ' ii iii , ,. , 2 W N .if ,n ,- A , : e f Q xi 143 row tive: DRAKE, JAMES W.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration. DRISCOLL, BARBARA J.: CFr.J: Mobile: Education. DRIVER, DIANE M.: CSoph.J: Gordo: Commerce and Business. DRUMMOND, GEORGE D.: tSr.J: Picayune, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. DRUMMOND, TERESA J.: CFr.7: North- port: Education. row six: DUBOSE, MICHAEL W.: tFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. DUBOSE, RITA G.: tSoph.D: Northport: Home Econom- ics. DUBOSE, TERRY P.: tSoph.J: Brewton: Education. DUCK- WORTH, SUSAN J.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. DUFFEE. CECIL G.: lSoph.D: Dadeville: Commerce and Business. row seven: DUKE, TULANE: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. DUL- ANEY, RICHARD F.: tJr.J: Algiers, Louisiana: Commerce and Business. DUNAGAN, MICHAEL B.: tSoph.D: Coffeeville: Com- merce and Business. DUNAGAN, PATRICK E.: tJr.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. DUNCAN, CHERYL M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row eight: DUNCAN, KENNETH J.: tJr.J: Brighton: Commerce and Business. DUNCAN, PEGGY C.: tJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. DUNHAM, ELIZABETH R.: CJr.J: Union Springs: Commerce. DUNHAM, JONES J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce. DUNN, DAVID E.: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row nine: DUNN, LINDA P.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. DUNNAVANT, THOMAS C.: CFr.D: Athens: Commerce and Busi- ness. DUNSTON, WILLIAM D.: tJr.J: Oxford: Commerce and Business. DURANT, MARY C.: tJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. DUREN, FRANCES C.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row ten: DUREN, JAMES H. JR.: tFr.J: Gordo: Education. DUR- NAK, TERRY A.: tSoph,J: Birmingham: Education. DUTT, KATH- LEEN L.: tSoph.J: Lexington, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. DUT- TON, JOHNNY G.: tFr.J: Leeds: Engineering. DUVALL, DAR- THEA L.: tSoph.J: Monroeville: Arts and Sciences. 496 Undergraduates: Don-Eme row one: DONALD, JOHN W.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. DONALD, SUSAN E.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. DONALD, WILLIAM B.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. DONALD, WIL- LIAM J.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. DONALD- SON, JOHN D.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row two: DONNELLY, KATHY L.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Education. DOOLEY, EDDIE L.: CFr.J: Piedmont: Arts and Sciences. DOOLEY, JOHNNIE D.: CSoph.J: Vernon: Education. DOOLIT- TLE, SANDRA A.: tSoph.D: Dothan: Education. DORLON, KATH- RYN S.: tJr.J: Mobile: Education. row three: DORTCH, LOUISE C.: tJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Ed- ucation. DOSS, L. DIANA: CJr.J: Hartselle: Education. DOUG- LASS, DAVID W.: tFr.J: Jackson, Tennessee: Commerce and Busi- ness. DOUGLAS, JOHN A.: tFr.J: Cordova: Engineering. DOWDLE, HENRY D.: tFr.J: Millport: Commerce and Business. row four: DOWNELL, MARTHA A.: fFr.J: Scottsboro: Education. DOWNS, BERNARD B. JR.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Econom- ics. DOWNS, THOMAS D.: tSoph.J: Marietta, Georgia: Commerce and Business. DOZIER, JUDY: tFr.D: Birmingham: Education. DRAGO, ANTHONY J.: tFr.J: Cleveland, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. ' '- if :A ' --,. 45 f 5 1 V t X.. Pr , I. kivg x I ' v . -' - - I - , 1 . I " it - ' ' , 5 , Q I f it 'N4 1 X uw i ' 53" l?- -,r' . ,.. V, . , M I my ,,.' 4 . , N I 42 .. A PTY, i -f .... Q - I I A ia. I J.. A. 454 I i ' :f1,. I i ' i" it ls I ff -A - - E. Z., . ' A,-. .5 L "ilu ' 7.1 , . 1 f' if' Qt . P' .. . .- . t. .. ,,,. '- ar-l kiwi .. 1-,:::hx 3 , yx A rf- A I -, N .yn .3 ,5 2 5'-K X433 5 N .. .. sms, - . s Z f . t .. 1 ' .I .ts ,Vp 1 1 E. 5 5 :LEE QJYH if l ' r mx FT fm ire I : I ... i I at , A b g .,.k V A E, f . .e V i iiiii .... I -at .'.,. 3 . '21 .- t.-: row one: DUVAL. FRANK: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DUVAL, JAMIE L.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. DYAR, CAROL J.: tSoph.D: Albertville: Home Economics. DYSON, RONNIE F.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. EADY, JAMES C.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row two: EAKEN. SHIRLEY: CJr.J: Decatur: Home Economics. EARLEY, TONI T.: fSoph.D: Huntsville: Education. EASLEY, ED- WARD: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. EASON, CAROLYN A.: tSoph.J: Fayette: Education. ECKLES, LENORE L.: tJr.J: Hopkins- ville, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. row three: ECHOLS, MARTHA: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Education. ECHOLS, SARA G.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. EDGAR, GIN- GER M.: CJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. EDGAR, JAMES: tJr.l: Jefferson City, Tennessee: Engineering. EDGAR, MARY O.: tFr.J: Gilberton: Education. row four: EDMONDS. DIANE: tFr.J: Livingston: Arts and Sci- ences. EDWARDS, JACKIE L.: tFr.D: Sylacauga: Education. ED- WARDS, JAMES E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ED- WARDS, JAMES W.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. EDWARDS, JEAN M.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. . ..Al V V ,,... K .-V, .xii - V - . ' . V , f759f'-. ,- F' r' ' f'-1 - gf-V-:-23 .5 .:? ' ' i v aa f '-'L g.N3,.f-ga .-:ny ' '. . . A 21. i , x ' , I' I. ,ff -""" l" 5 . ' 1 ' - Q, . .. . is 1, x : 5- 3 w gg., Q... -I tt . we eg . V B-f' F ' : .ff -- f1az:...,. -F:f"i5z.? 5 1 f :git ix "". 1-1- ,253 agp , 7 f f 1 i 2 fsef' 9' 497 , ' ,-yz. s f-arffgww - , , if 3, in ' f ' f ,,. "MIK 'V u, .- - " 'f Zffff' 'f"' T3 . ' l' . .1 " -. pf? . X 119. -"I."?72' ," J7:. 3' ef f 1+ 2 " V ll., "f i Ez: ' -YW' : .. .. J- , . ' M .v V+., A , ,--4, 3 .by . 1 if t . 1 1 . , E - Z ' Y"fff'.1-"mi ., " , ' X '- f ' '- - f f Em? fi ,. f' . " " : 1 I' ' f f , w 11 ' Q W fi . . f M271 -' 1 ' if f - . 'f 'J jgfhf ' V41 I ' 1, ' .74 . ' " QM !! ' ' " .,.'. A 1 ' if "'- . ' f ' L ,., I A ,ft f A V ' f 242 P , fff wwzcfzfaf .. .. W '- ft , f, ac, 5, it ., ff: iv f' Q jc' I V. N" . fi' J !-f i .V f . V, AI ,.., . A, f. .., , 2 I 2: .. ,Vl,,. A 6,3 . 4? L .F t ,. . ,. .. ia: 'ft 2- 1 ' I ' C . I J 1. ' ' , .631 lp- Q . I .,.. ' 1 X : A 1 ,,., 'Wa sw ' 4 5- ? KW!!! , ' ., I .ay row five: EDWARDS, JEANNE E.: fSoph.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. EDWARDS, JENNIFER J.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Education. EDWARDS, KATHERINE E.: tFr,J: Abbeville, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. EDWARDS, PAULA A.: Dothan: Education. EDWARDS, RONALD E.: tFr.J: Florence: Engineering. row six: EDWARDS, STEPHEN H.: tSoph.J: Athens: Commerce and Business. EFFINGER, ANNIE B.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. EILAND, REBECCA: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Educa- tion. ELDER, LINDA: CJr.J: Guntersville: Education. ELKOURIE, PAUL: tJr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. row seven: ELLENBERG, TERI: tSoph.J: Cleveland, Tennessee: Education. ELLINGTON, TIMONTHY J.: CJr.D: Huntsville: Com- merce and Business. ELLIOTT, CHARLES C.: C'Jr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ELLIOTT, JIMMY A.: tJr.J: Haleyville: Com- merce and Business. ELLIS, FRANK D.: CJr.J: McComb, Missis- sippi: Commerce and Business. row eight: ELLIS, JOHN V.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. ELLIS, LINDA A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ELLIS, MYRA JO: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education, ELLIS, SAN- DRA F.: tFr.J: Brundidge: Arts and Sciences. ELLISON, JAMES M.: tJr.D: Sumiton: Arts and Sciences. row nine: ELLISON, RITA G.: CJr.J: Malibu, California: Arts and Sciences. ELLISON, WALTER F.: tJr.J: Hurtsboro: Arts and Sci- ences. ELLSWORTH, MARY L.: CSoph.J: East Lansing, Michigan: Home Economics. ELMORE, DAVID L.: tJr.J: Gordo: Engineering. ELMORE, KATE D.: tFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. row ten: ELMORE, LAUREL D.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Education. EL- MORE, RONALD G.: tJr.J: Athens: Arts and Sciences. ELROD, JANICE F.: CJr.I: Horton: Home Economics. ELROD, WILLIAM B.: tJr.J: York: Commerce and Business. EMERSON. ELEANOR S.: CJ r.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. A t '- . '. ,rf ' .- .5 A ggi: 5 5 , ' , fy A :s EQ' f 6 -. '. .- as .K 6 et .eg , .3 , ., ,A 7. X- ., ' W 5 X -s i x Y , X H . T 5 N 'w 3 'F M F 'nl "' S' - ' "I W, . - Q 2 i? .J wg f .. 1 ' - i 4 - :V ge., ii I 5 f.--122-X., Q I r 1.-gt -. . .:.z-:::: Q. . ' 9 .M is , X X -ss' X TX.. . QW- 5- 5 is 1 .Q - . ,E-sw, fs T f 4 NI Y .'X"' .cf 4 , X . x,Ai .J QW X s 1' .- . .1 ' t X SSX 2 .Q S . Q XX X Q. X352 .. S I Wg A -' '- xx s is X t N y k X X . Q: . S X I 2 . . ' if . . . I' -- Wa. .s -.X N,A, . . .K ,,., fa Q L f, iw:?': .'-v . ' "1 H: 'W . "ii - A IQ.-ei . r , . :fs 'Ie s111s.:f. 'a ' f '. ' ' ' ' siii2:r"'f "1 2 : fi 'VE ' , ,.,..,1 A. a 1'w'ii . 7 S 1 ' "T" if t-:L ' sz- tt ee' ':-2 ., -as 1 ' K ' CI-'J Q 1 A 1- ' . ,lv L ' ff' ' A. . A rs ,..k. A ai X. N, ,255 Qi Z.. +5 ' "' K y zbl XJ ,N 0 ,D -5 Bi., X 1. . Y. 'I r x - ,,-E.. ' y N ' : 'z s- 't L X, , .1 rg Q , .-.-r ... V.. M i , .. fs Y v-97 . ft- ,jfb I t s 2 1 498 Undergraduates: Einf-Fou row one: EMFINGER, PATRICIA E.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. ENFINGER, BEVERLY L.: fJr.J: Mobile: Education. ENGLISH, ALISON: CFr.J: Jackson: Education. ENGLISH, CHERYL: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ENGLISH, DE- NISE: CFr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Home Economics. row two: ENGLISH, TOMMY D.: fSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ENSOR, HAL B.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ENTREKIN, JAMES L.: CFr.J: Lacey's Spring: Engineering. EP- PERSON, JANICE G.: CSoph.J: Foley: Arts and Sciences. ERIK- SEN. PETER A.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row three: ESPEY, THOMAS M.: fFr.J: Berry: Commerce and ESPY, COLLIER H.: fSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. Business. ESTES, EMILY R.: CSoph.J: Oneonta: Education. ETHE- DEBORAH K.: tSoph.J: Jackson: Home Economics. EU- REDGE, BANKS, MARGARET R.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row four: EUBANKS, SUSAN M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. EVANS, A. JOYCE: CFr.J: Alexander City: Home Econom- ics. EVAN, BETH: tSoph.D: Decatur: Education. EVANS, CHARLES E.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. EVANS, ELIZABETH A.: tFr.J: Pascagoula, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. row five: EVANS, GEORGE D.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. EVANS, JESSE P.: fFr.J: Elkmont: Arts and Sciences. EVANS, JUDITH A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. EVANS, LARRY M.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. EVANS, ROBERT B.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row six: EVANS, STEPHANIE A.: CSoph.D: Anniston: Education. EVEREST, CAROL A.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. EVERETT, SARA: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. EZELL, BEVERLY L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. FAIR, HENRY I.: tJr.J: Dothan: Com- merce and Business. row seven: FAISON. SARA A.: ULD: Brewton: Education. FAL- LON, CATHY I.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FANNIN, JO: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. FARGASON, CRAY- TON C.: tJr.I: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FARLOW, MARGARET H.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row eight: FARMER, ROBERT: tSoph.J: Talladega: Arts and Sci- ences. FARR, WILLIAM T.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. FARRIS, DOUGLAS R.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. FAR- RIS, PAMELA A.: t.lr.I: Knoxville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. FAULKNER, GLORIA F.: tJr.J: Dothan: Home Economics. row nine: FEAGIN, BEVERLY A.: CFr.J: Monroeville: Arts and Sciences. FEAZEL, CAROLYN F.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. FEAZELL, LARRY J.: CFr.J: Anniston: Engineering. FEIN- STEIN, FRANCIS R.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. FELD, MI- CHAEL R.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: FELDMAN, BOBBI H.: tFr.7: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. FENN, MARY E.: fFr.J: Midway: Arts and Sciences. FERGUSON, NEIL W.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. FER- LISI, ANGELO M.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. FERN- IANY, ISSAC W.: CFM: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row one: FICHTNER, MONICA I.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. FIDLER, GEORGE A.: CFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. FIELD, WILLIAM N.: tJr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. FIELDS, LINDA J.: tSoph.J: Talladega: Education. FIEVET, CAROLYN E.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row two: FIKES, DAVID H.: 4Fr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. FIKES, JERRY A.: lJr.D: Winfield: Arts and Sciences. FILES, JAMES E.: tS0ph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FINCH, SAN- DRA L.: CFr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. FINCH, SUSAN: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row three: FINDLAY, JOHN D.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FINDLAY, KATHY: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. FINDLAY, WILLIAM D.: tJr.5: Fairfield: Arts and Sci- ences. FINDLEY, JAMIE L.: CFr.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FINK, DIANA F.: QFr.J: Louisville, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. row four: FINKEL, JEFFRY M.: tJr.J: Westbury, New York: Ed- ucation. FINNAN. BRIAN G.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Busi- ness. FINNEY, MARY J.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. FINOCCHIO, CECILIA M.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FINOCCHIO, MARGARET R.: CJr.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. row five: FISHBEIN, CASSIE G.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. FISHER, LYNNA J.: tFr.J: Tuscumbia: Arts and Sciences. FITZ- PATRICK, BONNIE: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. FLANA- GAN, CAROLYN F.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. FLASHNER, MURRAY I.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row six: FLEMING, NORMAN D.: fFr.J: Kinston: Engineering. FLEMING, WAYNE G.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. FLETCHER, CHARLES R.: tFr.J: Atlantic, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. FLETCHER, THOMAS S.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FLORENCE, MARK E.: tFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. row seven: FLOURNOY, SIMON W.: CJr.J: Foley: Commerce and Business. FLOWERS, ALICE: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. FLOWERS, GROVER M.: CJr.J: Commerce and Business. FLOWERS, MIRIAM M.: CFr.J: Ruleville, Mississippi: Education. FLOYD, BONNIE K.: tSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. row eight: FOGARTY, SARA L.: CJr.J: Prattville: Education. FONDREN, LINDA S.: CFr.J: Sweet Water: Arts and Sciences. FORD, MARYELLEN: tJr.J: Memphis: Arts and Sciences. FORD, THERESE M.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. FORDHAM, MARILYN S.: CSoph.J: Heflin: Education. row nine: FOREHAND, MARTHA F.: CSoph.J: Enterprise: Edu- cation. FOREMAN, CHARLES S.: CFr.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sci- ences. FORSYTH, MARY A.: CSoph.J: Fayette: Education. FORTE, ROBERT A.: fFr.J: Birmingham, Michigan: Arts and Sciences. FORTNER, THOMAS M.: CSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. row ten: FOSHEE, FRANISIE S.: CFr.J: Talladega: Home Econom- ics. FOSTER, DENNIS C.: CJr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineer- ing. FOSTER, DOUGLAS G.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. FOSTER, SUSAN ANNE: fJr.J: Richmond, Virginia: Home Economics. FOUNTAIN, JOHN E.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. 499 fy 1 I . 6 in ti.- 2.4, . N A 1 Q f ff 27 v ,, . I X f W .,. . if - f -f J ? ai- ! f' 3 7 :.f.,.V, . , V. . .. f , , ..,,,, X W If by "-1-.af new Ml ' ,, A I 4 f , ,lf ., .1- 1 ,N . , i"'LE?2f' ' - 5 4 4 I - . DT4-'X4' ' ' f 3"f13QQf. .I ' ' ,. X4 7.1 .5 I iv: fa, VM . ' "fi , J . : 9 - ig -' . - . . . -4 ram: A 'l'i'li'7 I f ,f i 1 i i lr A 4? Undergraduates: Fou-Gil row one FOUST, RANDALL J.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FOUST, THOMAS N.: CFr.J: Blountsville: Commerce and Business. FOUTS, THOMAS A.: tJr.J: Brewton: Commerce and Business. FOWLER, JOE S.: CFr.J: Decatur: Education. FOWLER, KAY L.: tJr.D: Montgomery: Education. row two: FRANCIS, ALLAN R.: tJ,r.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. FRANCIS, DEBORAH H.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. FRANCO, DAVID P.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. FRANK, EMILY: tJr.Q: Mobile: Education. FRANK, LEANN: CJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. row three: FRANKLIN, JOSEPH M.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. FRANKLIN, KRISTIE L.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. FRANKLIN, NORVAL M.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. FRANKS, LARRY D.: tSoph.J: Guin: Engineering. FRASIER, SUSAN P.: fFr.J: Selma: Education. row four: FRAZER, KITTY B.: tSoph.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. FRAZIER, AMY: tFr.D: Plantersville: Home Economics. FREDERICK, A. WINSTON: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. FREDERICK, CLAUDIA A.: CJr.J: Cleveland: Arts and Sciences. FREDERICK, MARK E.: tFr.J: Cleveland, Ohio: Com- merce and Business. .. .1-'tel " ' V- ss l sit w--.N Xa S is 2 'B' "" -ig, gf?-av' 5:- fa. X ' Xs. yy X 'O ' cj , I 1 Q E 1 . , -. 5 .I xg .t .. - -an 1 - II 1 - J' : ,,, 3 M, X nd R 1 v if N K S .V "..-. F -1". -xv-. K I' f S 2-? 125' . , G3 A Hers 1--tkf f 55' 'ix J f - , M ' .L-:ii - '- , ,,.... -J ,ZQQQ ' 1 N X uw 5 , iss , H -' I . ' ' K' :- --12. . 'si X... g A 5 .XX ,., Tx T r ie s s1,Q5 .fL2 n7 f t- ' it xgvz 'f".'7 -.' Na I .4 yr, 4. ' A .,,,. , . s Q W' ,Z H, ...,, ., I , z 3. 500 . .. ,613 .tl-wLQEiSYSLN 1, A. :x at .. ,K ii w w ? f Q -its -tr-.. - -' Q4 .g-get 2 -. - -5- . .. 2 1:-ar, 1 ,I - ' - a ..- ' . . .115 -X jg .. .. H ' ?-ffl! . . - ,Y I . , 1. ,R V. . Q. V . : -: 1 A .I f ' .f . , . - . - g g .: .3 , 2 '- " .- .. P ' f '.'-W " .'.1, ' In ' - ' ---in 3 -:, - :: ,. 1 el: 1 ' ' . It ff Rx .E Vx .,., x- M L V if 'xv 6 in . . Q . Q S5 N ik ta f J. . .55 - Q J 1 21.-.wt 44 gg A S-tb 'F VY: 3 if ? Ii , N 'ey 'ff ' ' ,. , . .... , -J 1 row five: FREDERICK, SANDRA L.: CJr.J: Hackleburg: Education. FREEMAN, JACKIE: tJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Education. FREE- MAN, JANET: tFr.J: Trussville: Arts and Sciences. FREEMAN, MARGARET J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. FREE- MAN, MARK A.: tFr.7: Dothan: Education. row six: FREGIA: JAMES A.: tSoph.7: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. FRENCH, DORI M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. FRI- DAY. PAULA B.: tFr.J: Selma: Education. FRIDAY, SANDY L.: tSoph.b: Mobile: Home Economics. FRIED, STANLEY M.: Uni: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: FRIELANDER, GAIL R.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Edu- cation. FRIEDMAN, MARK A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. FRISARO. LEONARD A.: tSoph.i: New York City, New York. FRITH, THOMAS P.: tJr.D: Nashville, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. FROST, LINDA L.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row eight: FRUTIGER. THOMAS J.: tFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sci- ences. FRYE, MARY D.: tJr.D: Atmore: Home Economics. FRYE, WILLIAM B.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. FUHR, JAMES W.: CSoph.D: Decatur: Engineering. FULFORD, MARIANNE: CSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row nine: FULLER. GEORGE E.: tSoph.7: Spanish Fort: Arts and Sciences. FURER, KAREN M.: CFr.J: Manhattan, New York: Edu- cation. FURLONG, ROBERT E.: QSoph.J: Centreville: Commerce and Business. FUST, HEIDI E.: CSoph.J: Marietta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. GABLE, WILLIAM M.: tFr.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: GADDY, LYNDA C.: CFr.J: Oneonta: Home Economics. GAINER, GREG M.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. GAINER, SUSAN: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. GALLMAN, IVA J.: tFr.DL Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GALLOWAY, ROBERT E.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering, . .mfazw I ' 'LMA 1' 'I ' V X 3 : ,., as .1 , ::q1 , 1 :3 E' ,N t k , . - ' .A :mhz 1 5--fu. , - , ' a 5' 'wet ,. I I - ww Aw! we 'Y WV .1 32 7 : :ul gil 415535, I. :lr 3 : ...V , . ,, i.,.,s.,f V .,.,.. .9 .VvA'!?:v,vfc , wtf. . 1 ' row five: GARY, FRANCES M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. GATES, PAUL D.z tFr.J: Athens: Business and Commerce. GATES. SONNY: tFr.l: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GATTMAN, JOSEPH D.: CFr.J: Sheffield: Engineering. GAULDEN. MICHAEL E.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row six: GAULDIN, MICHAEL K.: tFr.b: Oxford: Arts and Sci- ences. GAULTNEY, CONNIE L.: tFr.J: Covin: Arts and Sciences. GAUTNEY, MICKEY: CSoph.J: Lockhart: Education. GAVANT, HARVEY R.: tSoph.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. GEER, MARTHA F.: fSoph.J: Gordo: Home Economics. row seven: GEHLEN, DEBORAH A.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Education. GEISE, WILLIAM B.: CSoph.D: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Arts and Sciences. GENTLE, JAN: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. GENTRY, GARY E.: CJr.J: Parrish: Education. GEORGE, BEN J.: tJr.J: Adger: Engineering. row eight: GEORGE, FRANCES M.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Education. GEORGE, THOMAS C.: fSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. GERMANY, LINDA K.: tSoph.J: Sylacauga: Education. GERSON, ROBERT L.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GEWIN, ANN A.: CJr.J: Greensboro: Home Economics. row nine: GIARDINA, DON J.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. GIBBS, DONNA R.: CFr.J: West Jefferson: Arts and Sciences. GIBSON, CHARLOTTE A.: fFr.J: Troy: Arts and Sciences. GIB- SON, LARRY C.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GIB- SON, MARILYN G.: CSoph.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: GILBERT, DEBORAH A.: tFr.J: Selma: Arts and Sci- ences. GILBERT, DON J.: CFr.l: Alexander: Commerce and Busi- ness. GILBERT, RONNIE C.: tJr.l: Parrish: Commerce and Busi- ness. GILBERT, THOMAS E.: CFr.D: Fairfield: Education. GIL- CHRIST, RONNIE LEE: CSoph.J: Commerce and Business. 501 row one: GALLOWAY, ROBERT M.: tFr.l: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. GALVIN, KATHLEEN P.: tSoph.J: Palisades, California: Education. GAMBLE. IRIS P.: tSoph.J: Birmingham, Education. GANN, MARY C.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. GANNON FRANK R.: tJr.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. 1 row two: GANTT, WAYNE D.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. GARBER, LEE J.: tFr.J: Miami Beach: Arts and Sci- ences. GARDNER. J.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. GAR- LAND, DONNA L.: tFr.D: Enterprise: Education. GARNER, JIMMY R.: tFr.J: Lipscomb: Engineering. row three: GARNETT, DONNA M.: tSoph.J: Athens: Home Eco- nomics. GARRETT, BECKY S.: tJr.I: Mobile: Education. GAR- RETT, DIANNE: tFr.D: Montgomery: Education. GARRETT, JAMES R.: tFr.J: Columbiana: Arts and Sciences. GARRETT, LES- LIE A.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Education. row four: GARRETT, SAMUEL R.: tJr.J: Thomasville: Arts and Sciences. GARRISON, JAMES R.: CJr.J: Eufaula: Commerce and Business. GARRISON, MARY K.: tSoph.l: Birmingham: Education. GARRISON, THALIA: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. GARTMAN, JULIA A.: tFr.D: Fayette: Education. , if 5 ' ",'Z'f': ,, ' 'I a . I ":i ' I ' ' :"' 6: V rx ' ' f, 4 .. w i th , 2 g 1 1 ,,,. . V' ' , 5 -g...g f ,wgyy ' 1, .V .. -11 ,w A-5132252152 I-. lv ,5, M I . ,A I a I 15152: 2 J. ' Z ,Wi 2' F z f 3,2 17 gl ' M X 'if' ' f Ziff' ' QI, I fi . ' ia fa-.ff f ' f, f f, ! ' v ' -age: ., I . , f , If A , , at-.L ,ni :U 4 V. 'V-'1"' ' .I I ,L1. " , ' H A 'F I I Q., E, ,f - -. . 1 I w If M., 5 f'- JW aan, .f auf. . , ,fffl I.: ,vi 1, ' If , , ,, , ,f I if A A ' 'gf LfiSi'f5. - 2 . I f A I V. , A 2. 63 1.. rrr. . If .3 tw' ' :' , , ' .,.. :Mu L .' rf- . . f . . .ra1'f" :fe 2 f ff M .f at a 5 Z Q W! 1 xg 'A' -, fijlf , I 2 '7 V, ,,!. . I A . - ..,,, - I I f ray f f, '45 I1 1 5' 'B a" Q t ' ' af . uf it , ' 5 ' " 2 5 1 tr .1 I I ' 'Cf 9 ' 1 V , K-an V K .MVA , ,. Undergraduates: Gil-Gro row one: GILL, ANITA J.: fSoph.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. GILMORE. JANICE L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. GIL- REATH, WILLIAM B.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. GIRTMAN, WILLIAM F.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. GLADSTEIN, ROBERT M.: CFr.J: Scottsburg, Indiana: Com- merce and Business. row two: GLASGOW, DOUG: tFr.J: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. GLASS. FREDRIC C.: tFr.J: Gulfport, Mississippi: Arts and Sci- ences. GLASSCOCK, GREG R.: tSoph.J: Maplesville: Commerce and Business. GLASSCOCK, JEFF B.: tJr.J: Maplesville: Education. GLASSON, GREGORY: tSoph.J: Coral Gables. Florida: Arts and Sciences. row three: GLEASON, NANCY L.: tJr.J: Barrington, Illinois: Home Economics. GLENZ. SUSAN M.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GLOVER, BILLIE S.: CFr.7: Leroy: Education. GLOVER, GINNY L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. GLOVER, MARTHA E.: tFr.J: Jacksonville: Commerce and Business. row four: GLOVER, SANDRA K.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. GLUSMAN, MURRY: tFr.J: Miami. Florida: Commerce and Busi- ness. GODBOLD, DONALD W.: tFr.D: Camden: Arts and Sciences. GODFREY, GILBERT W.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. GOD- FREY, LINDA G.: tJr.J: Nauvoa: Arts and Sciences. row five: GODWIN, LESLIE J.: CSoph.J: New York City, New York: Home Economics. GODWIN, ROBERT E.: tJr.J: Sheffield: Commerce and Business. GOEHLER, H. LEE: CSoph.J: Athens: Ed- ucation. GOFF, CLEMENTINA S.: tFr.J: St. Louis, Missouri: Com- merce and Business. GOLDMAN, LYNN: tFr.J: Demopolis: Engi- neering. row six: GOLDSTEIN, MARSHA A.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Educa- tion. GOLSON, GROVER G.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. GOODIN, ROBERT E.: CJr.J: Elkmont: Arts and Sciences. GOOD- LING, HALLIE M.: tJr.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Home Economics. GOODMAN, PATRICIA L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. row seven: GOODRICH, DONALD W.: tFr.J: Pleasant Grove: En- gineering. GOODWIN, R. E.: fSoph.J: Monroe: Commerce and Business. GOODWYN, NELLE B.: tJr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. GORDON, FREDA K.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. GORDON, GARY M.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. row eight: GORDON, GAYLE H.: tFr.J: Oneonta: Home Econom- ics. GORHAM, SHEILA M.: CJr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. GOSSETT, GLENN A.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. GOULD, ROBERT H.: tJr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. GRABLE, CAROL: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. row nine: GRACE, GARY K.: fJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. GRADY, SYDNEY L.: ULD: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. GRAHAM, DANNY E.: tJr.J: Brandidge: Arts and Sciences. GRA- HAM, NANCY C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. GRAHAM. RANDY W.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row ten: GRAMLING, TERRI M.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. GRANATA, DIANE L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GRANGER, KENNETH E.: C.Ir.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. GRANT, CLAIRE: CSoph.J: Dozier: Education. GRAVLEE, ROS- ANNE: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. 502 . ' . 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I -5 .W ,QM-,, X K N 0 sa N lgffifif, : 1 '. My ?':f' ,icq L 5, . lf-21 . V - 503 row one: GRAVES, C. DUDLEY: tSopl'i.J: Birmingham: Education. GRAVES, DONALD H.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. GRAVES, FAYE S.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Education. GRAVES, MARY E.: tSoph.J: Warrior: Arts and Sciences. GRAVES, ROY S.: tFr.D: Florence: Commerce and Business. row two: GRAVES. SAMUEL D.: tJr.J: Demopolis: Commerce and Business. GRAVES, SISSY: tFr.J: Gadsden: Home Economics. GRAY, CAROLYN A.: tFr.l: Tampa, Florida: Arts and Sciences. GRAY, CELESTE E.: tSoph.J: Columbus, Georgia: Commerce and Business. GRAY, DEBRA K.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. row three: GRAY, JEFF M.: tSoph.J: Guntersville: Commerce and Business. GRAY, LILLIAN R.: tJr.J: Elkmont: Education. GRAY, MARK A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business, GRAY. REGINA D.: tFr.J: Greensboro: Education. GRAZE, RHONDA L.: tJr.D: Mt. Brook: Education. row four: GREEN, BAILEY K.: tFr.J: Selma: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, CHARLES E.: CSoph.D: Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness. GREEN, DRUCIE: tFr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, JAMES R.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, MONTGOMERY C.: tFr.J: Havre de Grace, Maryland: Commerce and Business. row five: GREEN, PATRICE E.: CSoph.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. GREEN, RICHARD E.: CFr.J: Pell City: Engineering. GREEN- BERG, TERRY S.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. GREENE, BRANDON F.: tFr.D: New Orleans, Louisiana. GREENE, CHAR- LOTTE M.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. row six: GREENE, JIMMY R.: fSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sci- ences. GREENE, RICHARD J.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. GREENLEE, KAREN F.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. GREENLEE, TOMMIE H.: tSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Engi- neering. GREER, JANICE W.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Education. row seven: GREGORY. WILLIAM R.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. GREGORY, WILLIAM S.: CJr.J: Blacksburg, Virginia: Commerce and Business. GREGSON, LOYCE W.: CFr.J: Little River: Arts and Sciences. GREIF, NANCY A.: tSoph.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. GRESHAM, DAVID R.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row eight: GREY, GREGORY A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GRIER, ANNE M.: CJr.J: Arlington: Arts and Sci- ences. GRIFFIN, DONALD J.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. GRIFFIN, MELANIE L.: tFr.D: Atmore: Arts and Sci- ences. GRIFFIN, MICHAEL G.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. row nine: GRIFFIN, PAMELA A.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Education. GRIFFIN, SALLY M.: tSoph.J: West Point, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. GRIFFITH, KATHERINE J.: tJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Home Economics. GRIFFITHS, STEPHANIE: tSoph.J: Herrin, Il- linois: Education. GRIGSBY, RAY M.: ULD: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row ten: GRIMMETT, NANCY C.: CSoph.D: Pleasant Grove: Arts and Sciences. GRISSETT, STEPHEN K.: tSoph.J: Hueytown: En- gineering. GROSS, CHARLES M.: CSoph.J: Greensboro: Arts and Sciences. GROSS, PATRICIA: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. GROVER, PATRICIA E,: tSoph.J: Signal Mountain, Ten- nessee: Home Economics. X X2 R fi? 1 if .5 . -41 SQ -4 Q. . fs at is M -..,- -.,,.y , 3 .. , ..f.-rm -1: ' :s is ., 1 -: ,, . , 1 .t -+ . A . .. -if - , . Q, 1 -4 'E' .5 .. . . . . , , ., N .. . V 'C .1 ns ' 'ii I ?- .1 i -f "' :rv " s is T X x s Xt' X, JI 2 at il so ik ' - 1 2 1'f-f 1 5555519 5 5 ' ' W Q ... 3, X . as f R Em X I .gi " . ,- ' ,sg-" ii' 1 Y Lt-. .--:.: tt: .- - :f -:I 'f -' swat- . .1 3:3 , , .,: , . M-1. A pt.. . .Z f ..,, . ' -X.-W., ...,,. - I .- Nw sf X XR X SRX R X . 'Bi K' :sf ,, Qs .f s. - I .s --1 s . 1 t.-A-stw....f.e.-'.-.,... b .. A ., G f .sb :ax . sees yas a1+t wnssa t I Vl, F N , ik . . ' t :A X ' s X .A 'K-i. , 1 I . P: 3: '31, f-qfiiqgbsl-ikhr' sw-.--.-N.. e S4 s we . .,., ' .. row five: HAGOOD. DANNY W.: tFr.J: Hueytown: Engineering. HAGOOD, DONNY C.: tFr.J: Hueytown: Engineering. HAGOOD. KAREN E.: CFr.J: Leeds: Arts and Sciences. HAIGH, ROBERT G.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HAILGER. DEBRA N.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row six: HALE, PEGGY: tSoph.J: Mobile: Home Economics. HALE, ROBERT STEPHEN: tSoph.J: East Peoria, Illinois: Com- merce and Business. HALEY, JOSEPH: tJr.J: York: Commerce and Business. HALL, CAROLYN C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. HALL, LARRY F.: tFr.J: Georgiana: Engineering. row seven: HALL. MARGARET: tSoph.7: Birmingham: Education, HALL, MARVIN D.: CJr.J: Camden: Arts and Sciences. HALL. MICHAEL A.: CFr.J: Collinsville: Arts and Sciences. HALL, PAU- LINE: CFr.J: Flea Hop: Education. HALL. RAMONA F.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Education. row eight: HALL, SHEILA M.: tFr.J: Mobile: Education. HALL. SUSAN E.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Education. HALLAM. WILLIAM J.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HALTER, LAW- RENCE M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HAMBY. GREGORY W.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row nine: HAMNER. MARK S.: CSoph.J: Richmond. Indiana: Com- merce and Business. HAMER, TIM L.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. HAMILTON, CAROLYN L.: CJr.l: Tusca- loosa: Education. HAMILTON, FULTON S.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. HAMILTON. NANCY M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row ten: HAMILTON. WILLIAM: tFr.J: Greensville: Arts and Sci- ences. HAMIIER, JOHN C.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Busi- ness. HAMMOND. SHIRLEY A.: tJr.J: Lexington: Home Econom- ics. HAMMOND, STEPHEN V.: fJr.Q: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. HAMNER, BARBARA A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. Undergraduates: Gro-Har row one: GROVES. JAMES C.: tJr.J: Louisville. Kentucky: Com- merce and Business. GUARINO, JOSEPH A.: tJr.7: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. GUDAITIS. BEN M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Business and Commerce. GUERARD. MARGARET D.: tSoph.J: Marion: Home Economics. GUESSMAN. TERRY: CFr.J: Columbia: Home Economics. row two: GUICE. BETHANY M.: tFr.D: Crossville: Commerce and Business. GUILLOT. PATTI A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. GULAS. THEODORE: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness. GUNN, M. ELIZABETH: CFr.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. GUNTER. JEREL B.: tSoph.J: Phenix City: Education. row three: GUNTER, KEITH F.: CJr.J: Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences. GUNTER, SANDRA G.: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Education. GUNTER, THOMAS L.: tFr.J: Opelika: Arts and Sciences. GUTH- RIE. GOERGEANNA: CJr.D: Jasper: Education. GUTHRIE, TERRY J.: tSoph.J: Prichard: Education. row four: GUTTMAN, JAMES A.: tJr.J: Florence: Engineering. HAMNER. MARJORIE O.: tJr.b: Northport: Arts and Sciences. HAAS. MARTHA C.: tFr.7: Mobile: Education. HACKNEY, SU- SAN A.: tSoph.J: Trussville: Arts and Sciences. HAEDICKE, GEORGE J.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. .. 4. ,..,.. ,, .A ..,. P fi iii. .. Alf. N N I . 4' U I ji, . i E, , H X X: . . . . T ., ce, '- 4 ' : fl. ' ' X ' - , gg x I ' Q :S N TN' K xxx l'0W one: HAMNER, JAMES C.: tJr.J: Flea Hop: Commerce and Business. HAMNER. MARJORIE O.: IJr.I: Northport: Arts and Sciences. Business. HAMPTON. JOHN B.: tJr.I: Tuscumbia: Commerce and HANAN, RACHEL R.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Home Eco- nomics. HANBY, PATRICIA K.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Home Economics. row two: HANCOCK, ALICE J.: tFr.J: Athens: Commerce and Business. HAND, JANET L.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. HANDEY. LYNNE E.: tJr.J: Flea Bite: Education. HANDIEY. ROGER J.: tJr.J: Berry: Arts and Sciences. HANDWERGER, RON- ALD H.: tSoph.7: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row three: HANDZEL, DOUGLAS J.: tFr.J: Parsippany, New Jer- sey: Engineering. HANES. THOMAS B.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HANLIN. WILLIAM M.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HARBIN, HOSS: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. HARBOR, KENNETH L.: tFr.I: Birmingham: En- gineering. row four: HARDIN, E. DENNIS: tSoph.7: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. HARDIN, HANS R.: ISoph.l: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences. HARDIN, JOHN R.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Busi- ness. HARDIN, MARY V.: tFr.I: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. HARDING, R. MICHAEL: tFr.J: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Com- merce and Business. if Za .aa 5 . ' 15 areas 1 ,qw lea ' f -1- tt: +1-,,. ,X f - . . V: X ,sie I e 5 aaaeaa- I ffii'-'-' ' f .. lil"-f it I ir. , , ,,. , A :fyta Q,f 37-W Leg' :av Jef -2-. .fg 4 ., ' .QE T" . , ., , , ,gz I . .- , fvirza. . . 5" . X: ' . Le: A 1 4 . fa' :M 5 Li I ' " JK, . -. :aawe J eww ,, X 1, ., . Q WZ? M F -. A 'H Ra' 4 5.711 . . 233. V52 , . Q ' 2 V- Y U1-1, j. .g 3 ' , ,. , 3 W, . Maw., 4 ,. ,. ,. . . W 9... .4 .. -, .,.. has ,, 6 i 9, , g pg V V- Q f , I . ' f: 'f -A' 5 W 2 ij y 1-' , ,,::f yt 7 X L 5 F I ' " 1 -.-f,+aeeaaweeaaaawWea:.aa. . . ,. AAAA ,.. Q- H. 1 .,.4 . .f 1"'- z . 1 2 ...y 9 t I I .. :V 13? , g 9, 7.1 .. ,ff .IH If X - cf 3 ,5 f . r' mf' '3 I Vg 15 f 5 1 'V . L., I . 3- . :g f Ke, 1: . .1 YJ .: . :K 3..,, 43 lj? 3.43. at f Z ' A I . ' . .ft A ' , -fa, ' , 505 if af- ' ' "L , , .... ', . 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HARRIS, BETTY J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. HARRIS. BRENDA D.: tFr.D: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, CAROL: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Econom- ics. HARRIS, DIANA P.: tFr.J: Tallahassee. Florida: Arts and Sci- ences. row eight: HARRIS, HARRIET E.: tFr.J: Fairfax: Education. HAR- RIS, HUGH C.: tFr.J: Cullman: Commerce and Business. HARRIS. JILL: tJr.J: Tallassee: Education. HARRIS, MARION L.: tSoph.J: Jackson's Gap: Arts and Sciences. HARRIS, MICHAEL D.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row nine: HARRIS, NANCY K.: tSoph.J: Albertville: Education. HARRIS. RICHARD L.: tSoph.7: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HARRIS, THERESA I.: CSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. HARRISON, CAREY: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. HAR- RISON, DIANNE F.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row ten: HARRISON, JANICE G.: tJr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sci- ences. HARRISON, KATHERINE E.: tFr.J: Greenville. Delaware: Arts and Sciences. HARRISON. NANCY C.: tSoph.7: Birmingham: Education. HARRISON, RICKEY B.: tJr.7: Vernon: Engineering. HARRISON, TADE M.: tFr.J: Eufaula: Commerce and Business. s. . .10 -. .. ff :V 'C-ef 1' '. ...za- Wir? . ' -z .A.. ,I . ks 4 . S, Ni X . Q 1 :vets-fm V . :wi .A 2 . , J:-::,.gf:1s .-sr , X , A., ,. 9+ X K ii: 6 V,X,.,., , .X,,.,.x, t wi : I "" 'Q-'A ' .few .-rt1i C " .. wax: ft. ' I , ..:-il, f- ii'-t. Q., , . 3 Mime 15:5 wt. 1 1 ' "2 I E V , 1 ss . as Q gt NX QNX, ss? f X ,X x X, Nw, ., 9 .b A ,355 , X x ss ' S li 1 J' e? 'I Q 5 Qs t s A5 N fl 6 .S J ' YS' X Q to 4 ' N B 4 - as-'-V I 4 t 5 , . : . 3 . X , X Si :f s-is . .MSF 23 : V s X .. rs lf wg,-' , - f A 1:31 I li- -1.: .-iisf' ,x ..: . 3:11 3,,,L.,.f.,,. ..,,,..: ,,,, L, .. , 1 11' -. 'vfffeil ' ' -2' r' .W . . , ' Qf 1 . s ag. ' V .V -+ . - 'ea " Ai-3 ' 1 . ., ...A, . Xxx . . ,- Q fn 'V ' ily .ala ' . A .. 4-5 ! If f .ao M ,, s P 4- Jff' Y fs .3 -. Y' 3.2: Tiff '2':fz'fNOfzs fe -I., -x 4 3 Wie, ' -ss . 'R' ff' x e ii - - 1? " Z. 5:- ' 'g '22 ' 33' . 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HARTMAN, DEBRA K.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. HARWELL, BRENDA K.: tJr.J: York: Educa- tion. HASKINS, NANCY E.: tSoph.J: Jacksonville: Commerce and Business. row three: HASSON, DIANE E.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Education. HASTY, REBECCA L.: tJr.J: Webb: Arts and Sciences. HATA- WAY, CLIFFORD J.: tJr.J: Brundidge: Arts and Sciences. HATCHER, NANCY E.: tJr.J: New Hope: Arts and Sciences. HATCH ER. NOLAN C.: CFr.J: Auburn: Arts and Sciences. row four: HATFIELD. JOHN H.: tJr.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. HATHAWAY, JANICE C.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences, HAUGHTON, PATSY A.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. HAVENS, ROBERT L.: tJr.J: West Palm Beach, Florida: Com- merce and Business. HAWKINS, CATHY V.: tFr.J: Trenton, Geor- gia: Arts and Sciences. row five: HAWKINS, CONNELL A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HAWKINS. JANE S.: tJr.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Home Economics. HAY, LYNN: CFr.J: Huntsville: Education. HAYDEN, JEAN L.: tSoph.l: Uniontown: Arts and Sciences. HAYES. MARY E.: tSoph.J: Brewton: Home Economics. row six: HAYGOOD. MARION L.: tSoph.J: Greenville: Arts and Sciences. HAYNES. WILLIAM H.: tFr.l: Eastaboga: Arts and Sci- ences. HAYS. PATTY A.: tFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Home Eco- nomics. HAYWOOD. MARY J.: tJr.l: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. HEAD. ROBERT W.: tFr.l3 Gadsden: Engineering. row seven: HEAPS. DAVID N.: tSoph.J: Houston. Texas: Com- merce and Business. HEARN. MARTHA V.: tJr.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HEATH. WANDA L.: tFr.J: Ozark: Education. HEBLON. ERWIN E.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HECHT, C. LUANN: tSoph.J: Miami, Florida: Home Economics. row eight: HECKEROTH. CHRIS: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. HEDGSPETH. JAMES E.: tJr.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. HELD, RONALD S.: tSoph.D: Anniston: Commerce and Business. HELF. MICHAEL A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HELL- MAN. BARBARA K.: tSoph.l: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row nine: HELMS, MARY E.: tSoph.J: Abbeville: Education. HEL- SON, ROGER A.: tSoph.l: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. HELTON, GLENN H.: fJr.J: Peterman: Arts and Sciences. HEMP- HILL, KATHY J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HENDER- SON, BRENDA J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. row ten: HENDERSON, DAVID P.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HENDERSON, DONALD B.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HENDERSON, HELEN: tFr.J: Enterprise: Education. HENDERSON, JAMES M.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Engineering. HEN- DERSON, JERE A.: tSoph.J: Troy: Commerce and Business. row one: HENDERSON, JOHN C.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. HENDERSON, SUSAN G.: tSoph.l: Decatur: Educa- tion. HENDLEY, ANN C.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. HENDON, JAMES R.: tJr.I: Arley: Education. HENDRICK, CINDY A.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row two: HENDRIX, JOHN C.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. HENLEY, RICHARD B.: fFr.J: Mission Viejo, California: Arts and Sciences. HENNESSY, TIM C.: tFr.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. HENRY, BEVERLY A.: tFr.J: Greensboro: Educa- tion. HENRY, GEORGE M.: tFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sci- ences. row three: HENRY, THOMAS A.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. HERBERT. ISABEL: tSoph.7: Montgomery: Education. HERE- FORD. CAROLYN F.: tJr.J: Adamsville: Arts and Sciences. HER- RING, CHERYL A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. HERRING, PATRICIA R.: tSoph.l: Birmingham: Education. row four: HERRING, RANDALL L.: lSoph.J: Savannah, Georgia: Engineering. HESS, PHILIP W.: tSoph.l: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HESS. RICKEY L.: tJr.l: Anniston: Home Economics. HESTER, RANDY B.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. HESTER, ROBERT L.: tJr.J: Scottsboro: Commerce and Business. row five: HEUSINGER, BERT A.: tSoph.7: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. HEWITT, GINNY: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HEWITT. JERRY D.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. HEW- ITT, SHARON M.: CFr.I: Decatur: Education. HEWSON. JAMES R.: CFr.J: Charleston Air Force Base: Arts and Sciences. row six: HIAM, RANDALL A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. HICKS, BRADLEY S.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HICKS, DEBBIE A.: tFr.J: Piedmont: Arts and Sciences. HICKS, DIANNE: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. HICKS. GALYN V.: tFr.I: Waynesboro, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. row seven: HICKS, REBECCA L.: fSoph.7: Huntsville: Education. HIESERMAN, ROBERT A.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. HIERBAUM, MARK S.: tJr.D: Nargate, New Jersey: Commerce and Business. HIGDON, DONNA J.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. HIGGINBOTHAM. JAMES M.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. row eight: HIGGINS, JUDITH T.: tFr.J: St. Louis, Missouri: Arts and Sciences. HIGHTOWER, SUZANNE: CSoph.I: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HILDRETH, WILLIAM B.: tJr.J: Brundidge: Arts and Sciences. HILL, ALICE F.: CJr.J: Anniston: Education. HILL, CHARLES R.: fJr.J: Jasper: commerce and Business. row nine: HILL, DIXIE C.: tJr.J: LaFayette: Arts and Sciences. HILL, JANET F.: CSoph.J: Selma: Education. HILL, NANCY L.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. HILLARD, MARY K.: tJr.J: Mo- bile: Education. HILLMAN, BOBBIE L.: tJr.J: Poplarville, Missis- sippi: Home Economics. row ten: HINCHEY, CYNTHIA A.: fFr.J: Caruthersville, Missouri: Education. HINDS, JOHN C.: fJr.J: Loudonville, New York: Arts and Sciences. HINES, CHARLES N.: tJr.J: LaFayette: Arts and Sciences. HINES, JACK W.: tJr.J: Brewton: Commerce and Busi- ness. HINES, RONIE E.: CJr.J: LaFayette: Arts and Sciences. 507 t gp 9 , lt? ii: I-11, 7 f x, 53 -- ,. is . f C . E . ,. Z7 I . 'U ii . , 4 I 4 I . . ' !. W I ' 'file I tt! O ..... r X Et 5 ef 6 -1 4 5 vi.. ,.f - 4.1 ' 'va - X NN 'Z 6? X V 1 ' If -' -ff:--:gm vga 51: X 1 If 4 3 f , f M' , f 4.5 cg .5 . 1 L Wil-:af i " :QL :Z A W, I V. ,...., ,7.H.,. K. , qs Q fri :- iff-'Ee W jf o if 6' 'leg ? E La! 5 I Z uv-., f X 4 , y N . ,.i. ,.l f ": 5 3 ,. I 'uf sw' 7 1 Wg -I ,, f 1 ., -jf is f " .4 1 aw 9- .f, 25' ' '31 if x , R455 sfiff , . , -- . --,Q ff.: I .: f - , ,, 1 , 4, -9 1 ' ..-i N : , 1,5 ? 5 2235- , " ""' I . ,A ,4. : 1 V Q I i fi " 2 M -. , V ,I Q.'f-,- ' 5' ' ' . R :B ' -9 I 4 , I ' x . Q.. , 529 V fn s I: .Q 'N I . tr -r'j'--'aff gf., :j4:- rj, i -, i w f's:.1':g5 ,V , i nk X Undergraduates: Hin-Hyd row one: HINTON, CHERYL A.: tFr.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. HINTON, DELMAS E.: tFr.J: Shreveport, Louisiana: En- gineering. HIXON, JILIE: tSoph.J: Perote: Arts and Sciences. HOBBS. BETTY J.: tJr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. HOBBS, LOWRY E.: tJr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. row two: HOCUTT, KATHY L.: tSoph.J: Fairhope: Education. HODGES, DURWOOD M.: tFr.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. HODNETTE. MARY D.: CJr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Education. HOEFER, WILLIAM A.: tSoph.J: Gorgas: Commerce and Business. HOFFMAN, JAMES H.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. row three: HOGG, HAMPTON H.: 4Soph.J: New Brockton: Home Economics. HOGUE. REBECCA A.: tFr.J: Aliceville: Home Eco- nomics. HOGUE, ROBERT M.: CJr.J: Moulton: Commerce and Business. HOLBROOK, LINDA C.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. HOLCOMB, WILLIAM H.: tJr.J: Guin: Commerce and Business. row four: HOLDEN, JUDITH G.: tJr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sci- ences. HOLDEN, RANDELL F.: tSoph.J: Florence: Education. HODDERFIELD. MARGARET A.: CSOph.JL Lanett: Education. HOLLADAY, C. RANDOLPH: tJr.J: Picayune, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. HOLLADAY. PATRICIA L.: tSoph.J: Pell City: Home Economics. . g .. .E , ..... :E V , I s ,j f U , ' ea :gsm , ! -1 '-A--' . I 'if E. gp- . . f- . A X Q f f ,z V ,A ii I I KW. - :mia WW-5 ' N. 13: - .. ,.- ,JT , 1 2 .1 iii: -' 9'?i I 9 . - ' , ' ff, . -Ilf?f'Tff:,,32p'fi "' 3' ., .' - , ,H f , ft si ' . 5 Quai 1 I - I . ,LVI A .: I if Y I ,Q-mi z gi' .2!'j,i' 'i x.. 2- ' -V ,2 , J:-f f"' .. i. 16 :af ' ' '1 ,L-1 ' 'fmt . .' L i liz, lu ' ' I if : :1 . . 'fr 1 I if ' I H .:.,-' i A ,V ' ' , - 1 . 5 my ' A, it If ' 3 4, 508 ,fit ,K 'Q M V g . sc f ff W? If fi 7 ,gg f L ' 5. , f '-2, A., . Y WZ lg I if at f M , az- , ,far 1 : , . G" f 1 if I: iff! 4 Y 1 5 if? I row five: HOLLAND, THOMAS L.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. HOLLEMAN. CAROL O.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HOLLEY. CAROLE K.: tJr.J: Evergreen: Home Econom- ics. HOLLINGER, LOUISE O.: tFr.J: Mobile: Education. HOL- LINGSHEAD, DAVID W.: tFr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. row six: HOLLINGSWORTH. BRENDA K.: tSoph.J: Eldridge: Ed- ucation. HOLLINGSWORTH. JOHN C.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. HOLLINGSWORTH. MARCIA V.: tSoph.J: Fayette: Education. HOLMAN, JOHN R.: tJr.J: Headland: Commerce and Business. HOLMER. JOHN F.: tSoph.J: Upper Montclair. New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. row seven: HOLMES, JAMES R.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. HOLMES, JEAN B.: tJr.J: Yazoo City, Mississippi: Home Economics. HOLLOWAY, KATHERINE J.: tJr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. HONEA. SHIRLEY A.: tFr.J: Sylacauga: Home Eco- nomics. HOOD. ALEXANDER R.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineer- ing. row eight: HOOD. HARVEY J.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. HOOD, LYLE F.: tFr.J: Talladega: Commerce and Business. HOOPER, LYNDA R.: tJr.l: Albertville: Arts and Sciences. HOOPER. SARAH F.: tFr.J: Florence: Education. HOPKINS, JERRY L.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row nine: Education. HOPKINS, NANCY J.: tSoph.J: Ransey, New Jersey: HOPKINS. SUSAN M.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. HOPPER, MICHAEL E.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. HORAN, JOHNNY C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. HORTON. AMANDA: tFr.J: Brewton: Arts and Sciences. row ten: HORTON, MARILYN E.: tFr.J: Sciences. HOSIER. CHARLES M.: tFr.J: and Business. HOSMER, DENIS R.: tJr.J: and Business. HOUSEAL, EVA E.: tFr.J: Sciences. HOUSTON, JAMES K.: tSoph.J: and Business. Montgomery: Arts and Tuscaloosa: Commerce Brookwood: Commerce Birmingham: Arts and Fort Payne: Commerce at 'rt a if X j f ' x wtaf. WAKE r::f:.1.7 '- .. ,. . .rfb ,. M af 1 ff ' I . , 1 1 ,M ...- 5 1?- 1 f 11 1l I :, V 'L' f.ff?7??75'W7 7 I A 1 ff? f -Q ew' - . '- - .E . f. -' . f 2 ...if . .. --Z.-.-iezf. . , , ' -.W ,. V ,--.I ' ' I' f 1.7! -4-:If ' . ff ya .emi Y sg Z ., I I 5. m , - is i B' t .04 ii ' 2 If ::. 4' --'- 1 I . t - , ,: ' 4 "- ' is at ft ' YV , I ' :V i 'il' if . -. I I 1 I 5 '2" ,. i f if W rj 'V V ' 1" J I : - - f -'..' ' ' 1 - row five: HUGHES, LOUIE E.: tJr.J: Coker: Education. HUGHES, TERRILL W.: tJr.D: Tucker, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. HUGHES- TON, LUTIE C.: tSoph.J: Tuscumbia: Education. HUGHEY, ROB- ERT M.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. HUMBER, CORA E.: CFr.J: Fayette: Home Economics. row six: HUMBER, JAMES T.: C.Ir.J: Fayette: Commerce and Busi- ness. HUMBER. JOHN D.: lJr.J: Fayette: Engineering. HUMBER, ROBERT W.: CJr.J: Fayette: Commerce and Business. HUMBER, THOMAS J.: CJr.J: Fayette: Commerce and Business. HUMPHREY, HERMAN O.: CSoph.J: Lanett: Commerce and Business. row seven: HUMPHREY, ROBERT L.: tFr.J: Eutaw: Commerce and Business. HUMPHRIES, RANDY L.: CFr.J: Baileyton: Com- merce and Business. HUNT, TOMMY A.: CFr.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HUNTER, AMY L.: tFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sci- ences. HUNTER, BETH: CSoph.J: Florence: Education. row eight: HUNTER, MIKE S.: CFr.J: Fort Payne: Commerce and Business. HUNTER, ROBERT E.: fFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sci- ences. HURST, BONNIE B.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. HURST, DIANE: tJr.J: Ohatchee: Education. HURST, PATRICIA A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row nine: HURST, THOMAS F.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. HUSSEY, MICHAEL H.: fSoph.J: Childersburg: Com- merce and Business. HUTCHINS, JEAN M.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Education. HUTCHINSON, FRANK W.: tSoph.J: Athens: Com- merce and Business. HUTCHINSON, KATHERINE H.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. row ten: HUTSON, JOHN M.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences. HUTTO, JOE D.: CFr.J: Panama City, Florida: Arts and Sci- ences. HUTTO, RICHARD L.: CSoph.J: Ariton: Engineering. HYDE, MICHAEL: CSoph.J: Haleyville: Education. HYDE, RA- MONA S.: CFr.J: Monroeville: Home Economics. row one: HOUSTON, PHILIP C.: tJr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. HOWARD. GEORGE C.: tFr.J: Decatur, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. HOWARD, JOHN R.: tJr.J: Toney: Arts and Sciences. HOWARD, LYNN H.: CJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. HOWELL, GWEN M.: tSoph.J: Panama City, Florida: Home Eco- nomics. row two: HOWELL, MARY A.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Education. HOWELL, SANDRA M.: tSoph.J: Leland, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. HOWELL, TRACY A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. HOWLAND, DAVID C.: iJr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. HUBBARD, CAROLYN L.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- CIICCS. row three: HUBBARD, PERRY: CSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. HUBER, MARY M.: tFr.J: Villa Rica, Georgia: Education. HUCK- ABEE, ERIC G.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Engineering. HUDDLESTON, FORREST L.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. HUDSON. JOSEPH W.: CFr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. row four: HUDSON, WANDA J.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. HUGGHINS. CHARLES P.: t.lr.J: Red Level: Commerce and Busi- ness. HUGHES, CHARLOTTE A.: tFr.J: Henagar: Commerce and Business. HUGHES, DEBORAH A.: CSoph.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. HUGHES, JOANNE: CSoph.l: Haleyville: Com- merce and Business. W1 Apt '4 S 4. 6 ff' "'i if f 1 f wffmg-w: 'D , Q ff' f ff f C01 1 4 14, . .. , f Ax X f. . ,-- V . .- ?f:'?:3'lIi"t , K H .lr vi. W , 1 f tv H I wg . W rf' ff IW ' " . ' . 4 , if f if . sf 1: fi ,' :, g "f 'W In Q95 W , 1. .1 . . 4.-. alma , up -ff-' gf f' 3?-1-I?'!'22EI.ZZ.:.2',. 4 1: ' I .4 fs. V. 1. ,wi-v11z:.4 f . :gg-gifiiliv f Y- - '- ,tv Q. . Y.. . .,., .. ,z .-..f WE? . . z.':Ia5-123'-5' 1 , 4 1 1 2' . 4 4 if fe I G fx 5 Q it it an : . V I' ,AW ,. -Z XM , gi? 4 .ass Z, QQ fr: ff. . 24523 Af 127' i if 3, 1 26' -2 A f v' fz yn . , ,gf 'wa 5 , W 5 ' .M fy! my .. ,M . ffm , W i ' mit C. 'iff"?Z "Q-G'E5'j?'.'QZ'?V?Z7fU2 ff if aff .Zf f f f iv ti 5 th' 4 'fb gift Ma , Eggiifff ":'f.j'f' if W aiu K Q 'ff ,, 2 . Y-2 , W if 57' x I f1'.f! .ay-7 ,,,, M 1 9 A. .1 X i I f ,y-fyx - ' " . 1' .- ..... :Y M ' ' ts:-mira .. fi ' h 'I Z 1- 4 . . ' Q-', . ff ' ' 3 - ' ww' .- -Lf. 1. ' I '.i ' , 1-at - I-at e -64: ff 4 -. . N 4 -- - f :Q .- , .. ..,. . , .f T7 I l f.. . , f 1 7 f'-.ifibl-:i V Q. . A 'Ii , 23 fl . - N , .-1 .925 . -- - .. .. ,. V if a ' L i 509 . cv, . 1-1 1- row one: HYDRICK, ROBERT V.: tSoph.J: Hueytown: Commerce '-litfitift-f-17-.13f'5if7"'i5-5ii7 , . Q-S,"f-15.237-' f-or 1: H f cf- ., -2? ,-f-.41-v.-, -' I -4. 14,41 ,mqyigzmi Undergraduates: Hyd -Jon ? f Ik, . 522591192 mr:-4, I 'T - fl'4:'fL5Z.2 .Lg-. ' :ffl f and Business. IDE, KATHRYN L.: tJr.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- 3,--gf ences. IDLEMAN, LYNDA S.: ISoph.J: Orange, Texas: Arts and Sciences. INGALLS, IDA J.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. z ..1 ff I INGE, D. TERESA: tJr.J: Eutawg Education. .5 it' , -" 2. so aff ff, 4 I I sq M , I-ff" . ' row two: INGRAM, PATSY R.: tFr.J: Pell City: Arts and Sciences. INNES, JAN E.: IJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. INNES, Ml- CHAEL W.: tJr.J: Holt: Commerce and Business. INSLER, JILL M.: tJr.J: West Palm Beach: Education. INZER, JOAN C.: ISoph.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. fi fr W V . 'f ' g ..f .7 .aff ' 'Mfg -. row three: ISAACS, LEE H.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ISBELL, PAUL T.: tFr.J: Hanceville: Commerce and Business. IVEY, MARTHA A.: IJr.J: Webb: Arts and Sciences. H .5 IVEY, SUSAN K.: tSoph.J: Monroeville: Arts and Sciences. IVINS, JAMES M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. -g - I 9 0-W , L i X I X t '58 5:3 1 x i , , ,H X 4 Q7 5 -1 1. a z- - 21 if f 1 4 ,, 4 4 A f Q ' ',.. . Q , i ,ww - I -..f Q ' A if QW:-dye .. I.. M V.-,l in I 6 Q WV, 'ff 4 x 7 1 gi af 92 f M' ,, . -I i r If Wa , 2 ' 4 4' ,-:jfj , ff 131, J: Q w a , I f 1. etln I row four: JACKSON, BILLY N.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and f, D jf? I f" X Sciences. JACKSON, CHARLES H.: CJr.J: Florence: Engineering. ff JACKSON, EDWARD R.: tFr.J: Jasper: Commerce and Business. .,, ' 2 ' JACKSON, JANET L.: CJr.J: Florence: Education. JACKSON, JEN- , -. , I I X NIE H.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. E , '1' -4 2"f 4 f' .',- . ':f4 ., ' row five: JACKSON, JIMMY R.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Engineer- ing. JACKSON, JOHN E.: IJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. JACK- If SON, LANE: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. JACKSON. MAR- -rv GARET M.: qsophqg Mobile: Education. JACKSON, PAULA J.: Q 4 CJr.J: Montgomery: Education. " li 7 ' row six: JACOBS, RICE A.: tFr.D: Athens: Commerce and Business. JAMES, CARMELITA M.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- . .- ences. JAMES, DON M.: CJr.J: Russellville: Commerce and Busi- ' ness. JAMES, WILLIAM E.: tFr.J: Cherokee: Commerce and Busi- ness. JAMISON, JUDY F.: tJr.D: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: JANDRLICH, ROBERT L.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. JARRELL, RANDALL E.: IJr.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Educa- tion. JARRELL, STEPHEN B.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. JEAN, CECIL P.: CSoph.J: Cordova: Arts and Sciences. JEFFREYS. MARY E.: CSoph.J: Town Creek: Arts and Sciences. row eight: JENKINS, SHARON D.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JENNINGS, CANDY G.: IFr.l: Sylacauga: Education. - 5, -:S ll JENNINGS, CARLA J.: CSoph.l: Birmingham: Education. JEN- Y 5 NINGS, MARY L.: CFr.J: Hueytown: Education. JERNIGAN, A 1 CAROL A.: tJr.b: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. in ' Q w ' I ' I row nine: JETT, MARIE: tJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sci- S' ' ences. JEWELL, WENDELL G.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce : .3 'E 'A If ,i and Business. JINKS, LYNN W.: tSoph.J: Union Springs: Arts and 'X' :,, Sciences. JOBSON, ANN B.: tSoph.J: Northport: Education. JOE, . . SHELIN L.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. ' li' X ,L .,. ,,, ..,. ww ten: JOHNSON, BETH: csopmg Meridian, Mississippi: Arts ,C . ,'2: - tis: and Sciences. JOHNSON, BOBBY N.: tFr.J: Arab: Arts and Sci- ences. JOHNSON, CAROL D.: ISoph.J: Birmingham: Education. 1- 5' JOHNSON, EVELYN A.: CFr.J: Clanton: C0mmerce and Business :Ti i" sy . JOHNSON, GLEN R.: fJr.J: Fort Sheridan, Illinois: Arts and Sci- ences. ' ' ' 510 f gg: . . of an J 4 -, f ,. tes: .V V I ,. I -i f : Xi " ' . is fs YE, . ' rl , , I - ,.. :fs at 'rf -3- J ' s , L' if Y 1 ,T I Ms. 46? HQ M I4 sg 3 1 5 2 I 1 ,J Il I em .. ex: " t, l. 'wr 'sf ra ge rf if I5 X f Q, .A f-2 H.. Af -' , at r f ' R li... 5 Z' 4 I .-9 Q Q all f 5 , Ze' f .. is I ' tf,.gz',-riff I Q lf- ' 211- 4.5202- '1 Ai Q. Kl ,,,:, vw I X X gums, X rs? t s .. ss to 5. x ' X955 1 X NN I A X X . Q . iz t:. X 5' rg- . i 2 L I 1-,af : ., -5 y .l , fi.,-ig.-f 1 is E We ! I A W: 1 I W, l 1 . g j I " if I ll 1 1 I . .1 '-., K .. ff! , ,N f J 73 4 ff' I X 1 6 , v' 4 slr U3 3 I I , 1? , V,-3-3.,r'g -7' 1 . Mix . ,. . an se! sf - Wf , f Z . ,. we e A9 ,iw f Q ' 1,5 ' ' fuggls 1 J""P' JzY ef , J ff-I 1' 1 9' .ag .5 f 1 ' Q f WWI, .o 7 up 1 ef, ,f If A V , X X .Ei x Q ei. 'F row one: JOHNSON, JAMES D.: tJr.J: Somerville: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, JAY R.: tFr.J: Pleasant Grove: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, JAYNE C.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, JESSICA R.: fFr.J: Rockford, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, JOHN D.: tSoph.J: Arab: Arts and Sciences. row two: JOHNSON, JUANELL: tJr.l: Carbon Hill: Arts and Sci- ences. JOHNSON, JUDY A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, M. CAMILLE: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, ORAN: tSoph.J: Athens: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, PAMELA F.: CFr.l: Dothan: Home Economics. row three: JOHNSON, PAUL T.: tJr.J: Albertville: Commerce and Business. JOHNSON, SEABORN D.: tJr.l: Talledega: Arts and Sci- ences. JOHNSON, SUSANNE L.: fFr.J: Franklin: Education. JOHNSON, VALERIA C.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, WILLIAM A.: tJr.J: Langdale: Arts and Sciences. row four: JOHNSON, WILLIAM J.: CSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSON, YVONNE G.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOHNSTON, JUDY F.: tS0ph.J: Hueytown: Ed- ucation. JOHNSTON, TERRY W.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. JOHNSTON, S. HOLLIS: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row five: JOLLY, H. MACK: tSoph.J: Tallassee: Arts and Sciences. JONE, DONNA A.: tS0ph.J: Sheffield: Education. JONES, ALEX W.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. JONES, AL- LEN B.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JONES, ARTHUR A.: tFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row six: JONES, BARBARA G.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. JONES, BARBARA J.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. JONES, BARBARA O.: fFr.J: Humboldt, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. JONES, DALE D.: tFr.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. JONES, DEBORAH A.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sci- ences. row seven: JONES, ERNEST N.: CFr.J: Valley Head: Commerce and Business. JONES, GUY G.: CSoph.J: Valley Head: Commerce and Business. JONES, HARRY R.: tFr.D: Phenix City: Arts and Sciences. JONES, HOLLY I.: CFr.J: St. Louis, Missouri: Arts and Sciences. JONES, JAN E.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row eight: JONES, JANICE L.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Education. JONES, JOSEPH L.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. JONES, KAREN: CFr,J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JONES, LINDA C.: tSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. JONES, LOUISE A.: tFr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. row nine: JONES, MARGARET E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. JONES, MARGARET E.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Home Eco- nomics. JONES, NANCY C.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. JONES, PAULA S.: tSoph.J: Hanceville: Arts and Sciences. JONES, PERRY K.: tSoph.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: JONES, PHILLIP G.: tJr.J: Andalusia: Commerce and Business. JONES, PHILLIP W.: tFr.J: Toney: Arts and Sciences. JONES, ROBERT A.: tFr.J: Centreville: Engineering. JONES, ROB- ERT K.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. JONES, ROB- ERT M.: tJr.J: West Jefferson: Home Economics. f ' wzxfigfii-:4'i..s -' , We U., . ., af., . . fEx.g,'- 2315-:? 'I f f if J X '7 1- .. ,f , 7' " - A4. A ':- -f . A s 1 , W f , , -,K 14-4 .., f V. V ' ' . H . ,..,. ,., . ..,, X 1 LP- fg 1 0 gravy- J A, ..,, MV, 5 f , f 4- 4 1- r J , ""' ,GY z ac, , ae . fa as I l '47 . " -. -"- ' .. i- V. row five: KANELOS, FRANK T.: CJr.I: Birmingham ences. KAPPEL, LOWELL A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: .1 f xv.: .f x N71 , .,, la Mfg' I C 'W Q51 9 X 42 sig, Pg 5 fe X :ff Q v' 5 '? -1 . Mg: Z1: I ' 'i X Q :af 1. .A " ., , f f , ik ' -4, .za I , f . uf , A i T E"k' L- I 'W 1, .. 'X . . X ,Y . A ,. -. .1-I .av K 2 . .. , '::E:- f ,I f' Engineering : Arts and Sci- KATZ, RICHARD M.: fSoph.J: Monroeville: Engineering. KAU- CHICK, NANCY L.: QFr.J: Coker: Arts and Sciences. KAY. JAMES M.: tFr.J: Hazel Green: Engineering. row six: KEATING, JAMES H.: tSoph.J: Reform: Engineering. KEEL, RALPH H.: QJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. KEITH, CAROLYN L.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. KEITH. FRANK W.: tSoph.j: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. KEITH, THOMAS S.: tFr.J: Alexandria, Virginia: Commerce and Business. row seven: KELLY, BARBARA: CJr.J: Mobile: Education. KELLY, DEBORAH L.: CJr.D: Northport: Education. KELLY, JOHN W.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. KELLY, WILLIAM L.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. KELMAN, HOWARD M.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row eight: KEMP, SALLY M.: ISoph.J: Mobile: Education. KEN- DRICK, DENNIS E.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. KENDRICK, KATHRYN: CJr.J: Winter Haven, Florida: Education. KENDRICK, LAURA C.: fJr.J: Luverne: Home Economics. KENDRICK, MI- CHAEL G.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row nine: KENNAMER, RALPH B.: fSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. KENNAMER, ROBERT D.: CFr.J: Athens: Arts and Sciences. KENNEMUR, DAVID R.: fFr.J: Anderson: Engineering. KENNEY, CYNTHIA W.: fFr.J: Wetumpka: Arts and Sciences. KENWORTHY, PUDDY: fSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row ten: KERR, JANE H.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. KESSLER, GARY R.: fSoph.J: Louisville, Kentucky: Commerce and Business. KETTLES, DAVID L.: fSoph.J: Rossville, Georgia: Com- merce and Business. KETTON, MARTHA A.: tFr.J: Ethelsville: Home Economics. KEW, JANE S.: CJr.J: Arts and Sciences. 5 Undergraduates: J on-Lan row one: JONES, ROBIN D.: fSoph.D: Charleston, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. JONES, SHIRLEY R.: tSoph.J: Valley Head: Education. JONES, STEPHEN A.: tFr.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Com- merce and Business. JONES, TONI L.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. JONES, VELMA E.: tSoph.J: Marion: Education. row two: JORDAN, BRENT E.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. JORDAN, JAMES D.: fFr.J: Pell City: Engineering. JORDAN, JOHN A.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. JORDAN, RANDALL G.: fSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. JOR- DAN, REBECCA A.: CSoph.J: Centre: Home Economics. row three: JORDAN, STEVEN M.: CFr.l: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. JOURNEY, PRISCILLA: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. JOYNER, JUDITH A.: CFr.J: Mobile: Education. JOYNER, MARY E.: tFr.7: Atmore: Education. JUDAS, MOIRA E.: CSoph.J: Fort Walten Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row four: JUSTICE, A. DARE: fFr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. JUSTICE, WILEY: tSoph.J: Mobile: Engineering. JUS- TIN, DANIEL J.: fFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. KA- MINSKY, DIANE L.: tJr.J: Miami, Florida: Arts and Sciences. KANE, MARY A.: tSoph.J: Downers Grove, Illinois: Education. L 'f 43, 'B . ,ga Y X --, Qu . I f . ' xv? S., -'- Q . - 1525, 1. 'Sb :S Q ,P . u A ,, ,fr j. I . P . IC., f. "' :jf Q.-ff , .- Af . . 'fr . S V if , ' +- i ' P i " ' , . :::.s:,. .. :1,,,:-F. If C X 1 4. ..-5, nl-1 . , , -spa-gr. X. . . .g s-:vw fz, :N I X :cit ing :.- 1-6" is . - lilgiea Ly w 3. . a M .' ' -jw, -., . . ix . . - ,l row one: KEY, JAMES D.: tJr.J: Parrish: Education. KEYES, JOHN J.: tFr.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. KIELY, MARIE O.: tJr.J: Bluefield, West Virginia: Arts and Sciences. KIL- PATRICK, JOAN C.: tJr.7: Gadsden: Education. KIMBRELL, JAN L.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Education. row two: KIMBROUGH, S. VIRGINIA: tSoph.J: Linden: Arts and Sciences. KING, EDWARD B.: tFr.J: Homewood: Arts and Sci- ences. KING, GERALD A.: tJr.J: Vestavia Hills: Commerce and Business. KING, JAMES C.: tFr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. KIL- GORE, JAMES T.: tJr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. row three: KING. JOHN T.: tJr.b: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. KING, MARILYN F.: tJr.I: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. KING, MARTHA E.: tJr.I: Pine Straw: Education. KING, S. DOUGLAS: tFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. KING, THERESA A.: CSoph.J: Pine Straw: Arts and Sciences. row four: KING, THOMAS P.: tFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. KING, WILLIAM D.: tFr.I2 Aliceville: Engineering. KING. WIL- LIAM V.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. KINNEY, ELIZ- ABETH M.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. KIRBY, ROGER W.: tJr.I: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. . X ..-. , .Q QQ . ,-: . : Tw 1. 3 A N ' ,A E . t ii- I rt 'T Y TT I'- " . 3 r - : F7 , We -. W' A Q, .TQQQ ,Q , A Q 2 .qt- QQ Q Q 1. .Q QEIMIQKE Q . L J, Q, g, 1 S Hi A515 'izl I' ' 335 ffl- K I .f 3 -IINXQEF 1 5 1 .:: - M is X f A , S, ,q,P,:r.i-1.:,':,"'t- I 'I T:1:'HIl-fftl . ,, EL - f , 3 gf.. - i, . 35' N :R ' - S , -4 1 - ' .f .. 11- . fi - ' -12 I .. wc. Q - -Q ,Q QQ s- -QQ- . . . g.'5if' X . 'T z .., ., Q Q, : Q Q gig yt il I Li Ii ' gl 6 Q tif' I - .:" 7 " 5 . I Ar H Q I-I il. 1 . ' '- ' - s I' I Q. " .. , - ' I, ' ,,,, t- . fe' E ' I J..-.' I ' . ,vi if ..,... Q Q, ' -Q Q . 1 - -:. . - -5 I. QQQQ- Q F :EQ , : f r-:'f.. :'- -. -s":- ' 4 5- 'lf :f 'lf'-1-.-H V 1 X , J , In' 3 - -- - .. X F tt ..,. W- . .,, . ., - 5 2 .,., 5, 4 3- If 1 If 'I-If I 'gk I S. 3225! f 'ff 24. 'Y f 1? I , . 3:- 7 79' f I 4 s. 0-, 'ti he ' iv .Q .Ak I sw c '. . row five: KIRK, ELIZABETH A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. KIRKLAND, BERNARD N.: lJr.J: Lakeland, Florida: Education. KIRKPATRICK. GWEN: tJr.D: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. KISER, SYLVIA A.: tSoph.D: Jasper: Education. KISTLER, ELAINE D.: tSoph.J: Mauresville, North Carolina: Arts and Sci- ences. row six: KITCHINGS, MARY J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. KLEINBERG, RHEA: tJr.D: Montgomery: Education. KLINE, PEGGY L.: tSoph.J: Columbia, South Carolina: Education. KLONARIS, IVY C.: tFr.l: Montgomery: Home Economics. KNAPP, MARY K.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row seven: KNOBLOCK, BRENDA G.: tJr.J: Fairfield: Education. KNOX, ANITA A.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Education. KOPEL, JUDY L.: tSoph.J: Coconut Grove, Florida: Education. KORNEGAY, VIRGINIA L.: tFr.J: Centreville: Education. KOSTENBADER. SHERRY J.: tFr.J: Maxwell AFB: Education. row eight: KOSWOSKI, WAYNE A.: tSoph.J: Madison: Engineer- ing. KRAVITZ, ROCHELLE L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. KROEGER, MICHAEL: tJr.J: Huntsville: Home Economics. KROUTTER, JOHN T.: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. KRUG- MAN, DUCIE: CSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Education. row nine: KUCHARSKI, JOEL: tSoph.J: Dearborn Heights, Mich- igan: Engineering. KUHNS, VIRGINIA K.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. KUSTER, SUSAN L.: tSoph.J: Normal, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. KUYKENDALL, GEORGE T.: tFr.7: Steele: Engi- neering. LAKE, JERRY F.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness. row ten: LAMB, CATHY D.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. LAM B. JENNIFER E.: tSoph.J: Salt Lake City, Utah: Commerce and Busi- ness. LAMBERTH, MARGARET: tSoph.J: Alexander City: Educa- tion. LANCASTER, DEBORAH: tFr.J: Daleville: Engineering. LANCASTER, JOSEPH C.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Engineering. .1 ...y Aj! - - 1 :,L.,,..Mf., 'L-af . f ' 1 I . 4 f if if ...f .3 ,f ' 17 2 . . J z ,itl- ' -. wa gs:-v. ' . L fiisf ., g z 'z I 5 ff? . I I it J M 5 gy . . S 44 if 5 ff .ggi 52392 fi M 9 S 1.52 Q ' 3 V. H . f 1 , 524 29- V: 6 3.-4 y Q Q, 5 5- V . i A sz. " 7 F ' . ' . -4? i-,ze .- ali H - ,- Mg, al-. ' ,325 .RS ' ff ,.,,'1-fff' ' :ze .ri ..:1-Us - ' ' f' .. V' ' if m L gf 3 'a,f'f:l. M .. . ' A V I ' f I ' . V ,.V, Q , - L. ,E . up 1 A I A if N xt.: . . 2' - ""-Pi V " -Q, A .5"f3'j we ,gf A-if-,'.-3, .,... , . ,L 3 "af X f, -. ,f v. A 1322 K1 A f 't """ 5 in TQ ', , 1. t - .. A ' 1 ' iii' ' El i' ,' I J ,W 1 I 1 .. . ra. X X - .. . I V - Y f ,V J 55 . ef. . , - 1 . , , A 'ht , , I Lf- I. V a- " H - F , , . -if if-" We-:7f"' 1 'i 2: M1- 5 ,QQ ' ' - ' lf 2 2 ' I ' .I , I if JJ Yr. 0, ,ff 1' s fa ' -2 u I , ' ef U. J f X- ' f ' f f "T ' ' if iii" if e .I 521 . - 'TVX f . .11 .. :mn fr f ' V :m:.aZ..,f 514 Undergraduates: Lan-Lit row one: LANDERS, LAWRENCE K.: tSoph.j: Anniston: Com- merce and Business. LANE, JAMIE C.: tFr.j: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LANE, LUCY M.: tSoph.J: Roanoke: Education. LANE, QUINTON L.: tJr.J: Selma: Arts and Sciences. LANE, RONALD K.: CJr.J: Houston, Texas: Engineering. row two: LANE, WINDY J.: CSoph.J: Hollywood, Florida: Edu- cation. LANGHAM, MARILYN: tFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. LANGSTON, LEE G.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LANIER, RANDOLPH H.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LAPIDES, RICHARD A.: tSoph.J: Charleston, South Carolina: Engineering. row three: LARKIN, ROSALYN J.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. LARNERD, HERB: tJr.J: Vestal, New York: Arts and Sciences. LAROSSA, ANTHONY V.: tSoph.J: Fairfield: Commerce and Business. LARRIMORE, CHARLES L.: CJr.J: Grove Hill: Engineering. LATHAM, THOMAS B.: CSophJ: Tuscaloosa: Education row four: LATHAN, NANATTE J.: CFr.D: Huntsville: Education. LATHRAM, LUCY F.: tSoph.J: Memphis: Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. LATTA, MARGARET R.: CJr.J: Piedmont: Education. LAUBSCHER, STEPHEN L.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. LAUDERDALE, HARRY A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. row five: LAVENE, THOMAS B.: CJr.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LAVRETTA, ROBERT L.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LAVRETTA, THEODORE L.: tFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Busi- ness. LAW, HENRY T.: CFU: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. LAW, PHILIP, tJr.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Commerce and Business. row six: LAWHEAD, LAURIE A.: tSoph.J: Aiken, South Carolina: Education. LAWLEY, JAMES N.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. LAWLEY, JEAN M.: tJr.J: Leeds: Home Economics. LAWRENCE, JOSEPH M.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LAWRENCE, MYRA J.: tFr.J: Fayette: Home Economics. row seven: LAWRENCE, TONY D.: tSoph.J: Opp: Arts and Sciences. LAWSON, EMILIL: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LAW- SON, HEATHER P.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LAW- SON, MARGIE M.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LAY, PATRICIA A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row eight: LAYNE, ELIZABETH A.: tSoph.J: Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Home Economics. LEACH, TED: tFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. LEATHERBURY, SADIE S.: tFr.J: Mobile: Education. LEBLANC, GIGI: tJr.J: Mobile: Education. LEBLANC, IDA: tFr.7: Mobile: Education. row nine: LEDBETTER, KENNETH H.: CFr.J: Russellville: Com- merce and Business. LEE, CHARLES V.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. LEE, DAVID L.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. LEE, F. HOWELL: tSoph.J: Jackson: Commerce and Business. LEE, GEORGE S.: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row ten: LEE, HUMPHREY L.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LEE, JIMMY M.: tJr.J: Carbon Hill: Commerce and Business. LEE, JOYCE L.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LEE, MICHAEL B.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. LEE, OTIS W.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row one: LEE, PEGGY L.: IFr.J: Mt. Vernon: Education. LEE, ROGER W.: CSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. LEE, VELA M.: CSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. LEEDY, WILLIAM D,g ISoph.J: Manchester, Indiana: Commerce and Business. LEET, RONALD A.: CFr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. row two: LEHMANN, MARY A.: IJr.J: Mexico City, Mexico: Education. LEIGH, RAYMOND B.: CFLJ: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. LEISER, BERT: CJr.J: Red Bay: Engineering. LEM- MER, LINDA C.: ISoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. LEMOX, REBECCA D.: CFr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Home Economics. row three: LENOIR, PENNY K.: QJr.J: Huntsville: Education. LENZI, LINDA L.: ISoph.J: Marathon, Florida: Arts and Sciences. LEONARD, STEVE H.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LETTON, KAREN L.: IJr.J: Danville, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. LEVENS, BRENDA F.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Education. row four: LEVIN, BARRY A.: ISoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LEVINSKY, NEIL S.: IFr.J: Brooklyn, New York: Arts and Sciences. LEVIO, JOSEPH C.: IJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LEVY, ROBERT H.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, ALICIA: CSoph.J: Sweet Water: Arts and Sciences. row five: LEWIS, BARBARA A.: IFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, BARBARA J.: CFr.J: Florence: Education. LEWIS, DONALD P.: ISoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. LEWIS, GORDON W.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LEWIS, HELEN C.: CSoph.J: Panama City, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row six: Sciences. Sciences. Sciences. LEWIS, HERBERT J.: IJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and LEWIS, JANE A.: ISoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and LEWIS, JOHN W.: CFr.J: Panama City, Florida: Arts and LEWIS, LAURA.: CJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. LEWIS, LAURA C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row seven: LEWIS, LINDA D.: fFr.J: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. LIBBY, PHYLLIS A.: ISoph.J: Huntsville: Education. LIDDLE, ROSALIND: ISoph.J: Fairfield: Education. LIES, KAREN W.: CJr.J: Dothan, Arts and Sciences. LILES, REBECCA: IFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row eight: LILIENTHAL, JULIE H.: fJr.J: Selma: Education. LILLY, HENRY A.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. LILLY, KRISTY E.: CJr.J: Tallassee: Arts and Sciences. LIM- MROTH, GARY W.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LINDSAY, BARBARA J.: IFr.J: Arts and Sciences. row nine: LINDSEY, CLYDE W.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LINDSEY, MARGARET E.: fFr.J: Elba: Education. LINEBAUGH, SCOTT C.: ISoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. LIPS- COMB, JANET E.: IJr.J: Birmingham: Education. LIPSON, HARRY A.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row ten: Sciences. LITTLE, LITTLE, LITTON, LIPTON, JOANNE: CSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and LITTLE, HENRIETTA: ULD: Chickasaw: Education. RONALD J.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. VIRGINIA A.: ISoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. DAVID K.: CJr.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. ,.,,,,,.,. ..,. ,Y .. ..,.... ,.. -I sifysw 3 ' if 'Lf 'S yr. ' V. si ' 'Q ' ' aw., . 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I n ' 4'I5:1g-5.1 ..,,: 4. '- .-. me ,Q- f . ,f . A 1 I 1 L . -.,,: :gi -- --gm ,sg . A, N 1 ., , ff ,Q .. . I Q X: at 4' t if 'qzff it a ., -if 5 --4 ,Q-:V-it 1-my .. fs: Undergraduates: Lit-Mar. row one: LITTRELL, TIMOTHY D.: CJr.J: Moulton: Arts and Sciences. LITZINGER, MARCIA J.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LIVINGSTON, JAMES A.: CFr.I: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LIVINGSTON, THADDEUS A.: tFr.I: Sea Cliff, New York: Engineering. LLOYD, SALLY D.: fSoph.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences. row two: LOCKARD, JULIA A.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Education. LOCKHART, JAMES R.: CSoph.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LOEB, ALBERT D.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. LOEB, TINA: QSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Commerce and Business. LOFFREDO, MARY E.: CFr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. row three: LOGAN, JAN: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LOGAN, LINDA G.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. LO- GAN, MICHAEL E.: fFr.J: Tarrant: Education. LOGAN, STE- PHEN D.: CSoph.J: Tarrant: Arts and Sciences. LOGAN, VICKI E.: CJr.J: Sylacauga: Home Economics. row four: LONG, AUBREY L.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences, LONG, LOYD M.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LONG, MARY D.: tSoph.J: Uniontown: Education. LONG, PATRI- CIA L.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. LONG, ROLAND, R.: fSoph.J: Pahokee, Florida: Commerce and Business. , ' . ' 1" 'If f ,. ' 5' 5, , f' '5 if '52 . ' 'F ' r I ' 2 . 4-is . Wi. ' .5 . . -. ,fe .. q -1-7 lj i f: "J I FN 'S . - I I X Ci I W. -. .. .,. . . 2: -, - I N! 3 L. W. 4 .: - f ,fl x , Q 5 '.ff,f..-,f-'l o' .f l 4 - V 5127" .- 1 fwa-f , , i. ,I ..,.. ' . " ' -r 'Wx' ' 2" . 352-1 - 4' '- - .I - -my 5 , ,A'.i,f.v! Q, t I . 1 f' If a t if 1 ft - w Zz- !,g,g,4.v A 5.4 ' "'i?': xv I N4 aj' , . f H I - w .:, 1 .lzwierf-51. i - -5. f M., 6 .9 I:..,.'f.-1 ? ' Q :2- ' '- ii 5 .f.l:-'sf E ' A: , 5. . : ,.. V. : ,I ...K V: :- ' . .. - S... 17. " 4- ,fi .4I"Z":.Zj1- ' tig-,H . 5 f 7 f 1 fig f I e A Q , I f :fe va ,, . Y A' si,--53 ' -'55Ql2k:1.'f . . Wifi! , ."1e::' , , . . . . .. . , I , if 4,571 1 .fi V i V1 'Elf 1' I' 'fa 1 ,f I I I ,fb ?1f1iE.x'f,'li .:f'.s?':2 'S 'Q , iii. ,,, :Eu it . W7 M' ai W Y? . , . , .. 4,"', i,"'TC9?.f I W 1 , '- 1 ,i warewa- ffi Add, ff! fc f v , f 5 if row five: LONGFELLOW, NANCY M.: CFr.J: Middletown, New Jersey: Education. LOONEY, MARY A.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. LORD. JAMES A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. LORD, RODNEY A.: CSoph.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. LORENZA, JEAN ANN: Ur.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row six: LOTT, MARILYN M.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LOVE, MICHAEL A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LOVE, TERRY D.: 4Jr.7: Hayden: Commerce and Business. LOVELACE, EDWIN M.: tJr.J: Brewton: Commerce and Business. LOVELADY, MIKE H.: CFr.bg Haleyville: Commerce and Business. row seven: LOVELADY. ROBERT P.: CSoph.J: Dora: Engineering. LOVELADY, VICKI S.: tSoph.J: Hanceville: Arts and Sciences. LOVETT. DEBORAH L.: tFr.I: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LOWE, ALLETA A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LOW- ERY, ALICE L.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Education. row eight: LOWERY, PAMELA K.: CFr.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences. LOWRY, INDIA P.: tSoph.7: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LOYD, ROBERT T.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. LOYD. SHARON D.: tSoph.I: Stevenson: Home Economics. LOYD, TIM G.: QSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row nine: LUALLEN, JAMES R.: CFr.J: Oxford: Arts and Sciences. LUCAS, KATHY J.: fFr.J: Winfield: Education. LUCAS, WILLIAM T.: CFr.J: Russellville: Commerce and Business. LUCK, SHARON J.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LUFF, JANICE E.: CJr.D: Sheffield: Commerce and Business. row ten: LUKER, PEGGY C.: tSoph.J: Talladega: Education. LUKS, MARC S.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. LULKY, WILLIAM D.: fFr.I: Little Rock, Arkansas: Commerce and Business. LUNDBERG, DEVORAH L.: CJr.J: Bay Minette: Arts and Sciences. LUSCHER, HARRY A.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. f'f'11f-- 2: sv 1 ' fs ' fs 1 1 l - f ' f r:.....s1:, . ., .yt I N43 I 4' x . Y. .,-.12,5:g,: ,gl ' .- a - - - S -x qs..- xx X an ss.-1 - X I . 5 x si x X ,l g 3 'f G' i X i f. .i ' - :.::- K 'hi P f - 1 f mg? .- ' R Q P " A fs . N Q : W + s 1 ri. I xl K 1' x ! . .0 Y S Q' ,K 1 :Q I I . H 25 7 ' - it N tix: l SQ A I '5 W ms ' if . XXX Yi xx: gs l . row five: MADDOX, LISBETH H.: fJr.J: Jasper: Education. MAD- DOX, MELINDA A.: CFr.J: Enterprise: Education. MADDOX, MARK S.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. MADDOX. MICHAEL S.: fFr.J: Enterprise: Arts and Sciences: MADES. SANDRA L.: CFr.J: Coral Gables, Florida: Home Economics. row six: MAGEL, NANCY L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MAHAFFEY, SACHA A.: CFr.J: Daytona Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MAHONE, MOLLY G.: CFr.l: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. MAHOOD, DANNER L.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MAJOR, FAYE A.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row seven: MAKOWSKI, VIRGINIA: ULD: Huntsville: Education. MALLORY, THOMAS A.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. MALM- QUIST, CHARLES E.: CSoph.J: Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Com- merce and Business. MALONE, LINDA K.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MALONE, PATRICIA A.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Education. row eight: MALORY, RICHARD A.: fFr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. MANCUSO, ALAN S.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. MANN, CONNIE L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MANN, ROBERT P.: CFr.J: Citronelle: Engineering. MAPES, NANCY G.: CSoph.l: Huntsville: Education. row nine: MAPES, TOM R.: CJr.J: Tuscumbiag Education. MAPLES, JIMMY C.: fJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. MAPLES, SAM: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. MARBUT, EARL W.: CSoph.J: Athens: Arts and Sciences. MARCHMAN, ROBERT S.: fJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row ten: MARCUM, SHEILA J.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MARCUS, ROBERT G.: CJr.l: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MARINO, FRANK R.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. MARK- HAM, DONALD R.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MARKS, SARAH S.: CJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. 7 row one: LUSTIG, BRUCE H.: fSoph.J: Newport News, Virginia: Commerce and Business. LUTZ, ELIZABETH B.: C.Ir.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. LYERLY, RICHARD H.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. LYLE, MELINDA F.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Home Economics. LYLES, DIANE: fFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row two: LYNCH, PATRICIA A.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Education. LYNCH, SUSAN E.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. LYNN, FRASER G.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. LYON, MICHAEL D.: Ur.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. LYONS, MARY T.: CSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row three: LYONS, REBA M.: QSOph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MABREY, JIM E.: CSoph.J: Blountsville: Commerce and Business. MACE, DAVID W.: fSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MACE, STEPHEN A.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. MACKEY, CLYDE D.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row four: MACKEY, OLIVIA K.: ULD: Ohatchee: Education. MACKLE, MARGARET M.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Education. MACK- SOUD, E.: tFr.7: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MACK- SOUD, JOSEPH A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MADDOX, LARRY C.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. -gi, All QL :fi 1 , X it - . A 2 it A? v jf' '- If y I is X ' l ,J 1 . I N ' E. . 1' 'K via' . - - QA ,. . x i :ET - , :fs mx 1 5 K.: ogy, Q.: I IV 'PW 1-:Q ' ' ' . s ,f -wg. fl' j s.,..- V: as 513 i f X av gy .- K . . ' ,l a 1 - row one: MARKS SUSAN C.: tSoph.J' New Orleans Louisiana' Education. MARLAR JERRY D.: CSoph.J' Huntsville' Commerce X Undergraduates: Mar-MCD i , i , .i i a t and Business. MARQUIS, DANNY E.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MARSH, MELISSA B.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MARSH, WILLIAM H.: CSoph.J: Bridgeport: Commerce and Business. row two: MARSHALL, JAN L.: tFr.D: Mobile: Education. MAR- SHALL, JUDITH H.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. MARSHALL, RICK W.: tJr.j: Mobile: Engineering. MARTIN, DENNIS W.: CSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. MARTIN, DOUGLAS S.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. Education. row three: MARTIN, JUDY L.: CFr.J: Huntsville: MARTIN, KATHY L.: CFr.J: Gordo: Home Economics. MARTIN, KENNETH L.: tFr.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. MARTIN, MARTHA A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. MARTIN, MARTHA S.: CJr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. row four: MARTIN, MONIQUE: CFIZJ: Selma: Education. MARTIN, MARTIN, ROBERT C.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. TERRYL H.: CFr.J: New Market: Commerce and Business. MARTY, MARGARET R.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MARY, JAMES R.: CSoph.J: Troy: Arts and Sciences. row five: MARY, MARSHA J.: tFr.J: Troy: Education. MAS- INGILL, JOHN H.: tJr.J: Russellville: Arts and Sciences. MASON, ALAN G.: CSoph.J: Butler: Commerce and Business. MASON, PRISCILLA G.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MASSENGALE, LORNA J.: tFr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. row six: MASSETTI, DIANA V.: CFr.D: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. MASSEY, CAROLINE B.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. MASSEY, JERRY, W.: CJr.J: Universal City, Texas: Engineering. MASSEY, JUDY R.: fSoph.J: Hope Hull: Education. MASSEY, LAURA D.: tFr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. row seven: MASSEY, LAURA J.: CJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Educa- tion. MASSEY, RON A.: CFr.J: Chatom: Education. MASSEY, SANDRA G.: CJr.D: Jackson, Mississippi: Education. MATEER, ANDREA K.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. MATHIS, CANDACE S.: CSoph.J: Lake City: Florida: Education. row eight: MATHIS, DELORES V.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. MATSOS, CHRIS T.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MATTHEWS, ALETHEA J.: CSoph.J: Decatur: Home Economics. MATTHEWS, CARTER B.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. MATTHEWS, CHRISTOPHER W.: CSoph.J: Cropwellg Engineering. row nine: MATTHEWS, F. BRADLEY: tJr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. MATTHEWS, JULIE N.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MATTHEWS, ROSE E.: CJr.J: Decatur: Home Economics. MAUL- DIN, CHARLES F.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MAUL- DIN, MICHAEL C.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row ten: MAULDIN, WILLIAM M.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MAY, BONITA G.: CFU: Education. MAY, FREDERICK F.: tJr.J: Jasper: Commerce and Business. MAY, JAN tJr.J: Florence: Education. MAY, JOAN: tJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. 518 .A . I . r I.. J I .X s i x SN? W .5 It E e 5 v ' 1 is 'E fx -1 " V ' I : , .4 st X1 Q I t f X l t :wi .f ' ,Jr : W J in V I Q Q l' ii . ' . 'LT x X. ln 1. .. 5 R I 1 .'1 --f it I - ., 4, fi A f P' 'Q x gf? serif -fs." 17 tg, , k f " if .. Y 'fr Q I 1' 9 sl +. K Q X :lf QJ tis v' up S . iw ' XX v v - 4- u ,J ..,.. I X. - ,Q IQ., ,.., wg. -e Lt I I W EER I nf 1. .. rx t x Q . E , Q a 'N A 'x my ' K f Q XX 'Q xy 3 .. an -L . Q.,-1 N N. N i HIV X .W - -at . -A Vis- . N X ' 'A ! we si x Y x . N .--Us-Z tis,- ,..,,,. . V, ef -e wz'P'Z's-Teifsfas--f: .fs ef- A af. .. I .I L., . I I ' ' , .y . gs., - . I ' . Z if ,ijt I 1' . X g . Qi 4 . . I I .-....,......., .N 1 , , k Y. Y v. 54, lik . . ,X . fig f. .' " . 3. ' I . . Y? V . Vs. K. 'T ' J ' I Y R In 4 R 5, x . J Q .' - ws- " - li 2' 2 35 as S dw. l"i',3, it if is I t I ,..,,V.,i:.E.A: . 5. Y. x 5 G ., 52 Y A4 N. ..,, , I f X, I FM x IL! GP t.-S X N sv NXXA Y SSX X' SN ir-QI":-.'72f., . fy: "fy: ' V, 2,5 3 :il vt , ,:q:.,? , A, . . . . ,, . - ff :..: X, .5 : ky gap: M' t- -H f '- G25 gf 5' 'jig . ' 5 ri I 5 as , , . ,.,. .3 4: 1 .. ,ug 'x . I K s i ix 2' 9 p A U p Q 1 - M . t, . . ,V ,.q, . . . i t . .,,. X .: .s '- 'Y -' F is ,f ' F DN x Y .. . 'M , ..,, . ,, ,,A ig.. . . - ' G' 'I' S A. ,, , max r i j . f f f I :S EI K ' . xx wi, , , 2? i Y .Q f, Q- if-1 . it Zsiaffa t Eg : iii? I f ae' ".i,.-- -. - - J ssyeziv an , t -. , X ' I it of Shim 'ig Q ti -. sf. itz '?'.f"' EL ..--1 0, x- iv Y i . I S -. fi. .Cys s 'gt V , row one: MAY, JOHN THOMAS: tS0ph.D: Greensboro: EdL1cation. MAYES, LINDA S.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MAYHALL, WANDA K.: tFr.J: Cullman, Arts and Sciences. MAZER, BARI DEE: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MC ADAMS, CHARLIE S.: tSoph.J: Kennedy: Commerce and Business. row two: MC ADAMS, DAVID R.: CFr.J: Kennedy: Arts and Sci- ences. MC ALISTER, ANGELENE C.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MC ALLISTER, ROBERT N.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC ALPIN, CLIFFORD STILES: tSoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MC ARR, R. GREGORY: tJr.l: Guntersville: Commerce and Business. row three: MC ARTHUR, WILLIS P.: tFr.J: Ashford: Commerce and Business. MC BRAYER, JESSIE D.: tJr.J: Demoplis: Arts and Sciences. MC BRAYER, NICKY L.: tJr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. MC BRIDE, MARTHA L.: tFr.J: Jay, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MC BURNEY, ELIZABETH L.: tSoph.l: Memphis, Ten- nessee: Arts and Sciences. row four: MC CAIN, SUSAN C.: tSoph.J: Ashville: Arts and Sciences. MC CALEB, CHARLES E.: tSoph.J: Centreville: Education. MCCALEB, SHELBY B.: tJr.J: Guntsville: Arts and Sciences. MC CAMY, WILLIAM R.: CJr.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. MC CARROLL, THOMAS P.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row five: MC CARVER, STEVEN A.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. MC CASKILL, MILDRED E.: CJr.J: Tupelo, Mississippi: Home Economics. MC CLURE, CHARLES S.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MCCOLLUM, CHERYL A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MC COLLUM, NANCY GARBER: ULD: Greensboro: Education. row six: MC COMBS, KATHY J.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC CONAGHY, MARVIN L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC CONNELL, REGINA E.: CJr.J: Mobile: Education. MC CORD, MAX L.: tJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MC CORD, SAMUEL R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: MC CORMACK, FRANK M.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. MCCORMICK, LINDA S.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MC COUAN, JAMES I.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MCCOY, DOUGLAS B.: tJr.J: Grosse Points, Michigan: Arts and Sciences. MC CRANER, LINDA L.: CFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. row eight: MC CRARY, JOE T.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MC CRARY, JOHN F.: CFr.J: Evergreen: Arts and Sciences. MC CRARY, WILLIAM A.: tFr.J: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. MCCRAY, MARY L.: CFr.J: Uniontown: Education. MCCULLOUGH, SUSAN L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row nine: MC CURLEY, MARTHA DAWSON: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. MC DANIEL, JANICE E.: CFr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. MCDANIEL, MICHAEL W.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MC DANIEL, SAMMY E.: tJr.J: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. MC DANIEL, TALETHIA S.: tJr.J: Cin- cinnati, Ohio: Engineering. row ten: MC DONALD, BRADFORD G.: CFr.J: Gulfport, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. MC DONALD, CATHY: tSoph.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Home Economics. MC DONALD, DAVID F.: CFr.J: Mobile: Engineering. MC DONALD, DAVID M.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC DONALD, EARL M.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. t ,af-' ' . . . , , , ,A ' K I 1, 1' . 5 . -E. - M , . an za., f, ff:-J . ' 4.-n.: ' rf ' - - 'es . ew Vt.. '1:',:1:1v. V 'G" f " A Y ip tx . - - . .il .. . H .. . xi ' X. 4 v . : ,fa,:,,,.5..,,-,.w', w,.:,:-,va .,.,,, , .. ,A 65 'ffvmfi'-'11-2.-" ' .J ,, .1 .li-May: qi" H V . f- . . . .,. "1" ' - za f - .:."5',?f .. ' f -,..-:- '. u. ff .-- V1 .. '- A ww- . .. . 13-,I-,wf':.-, f I 2,312 . ,f 1- ,ir F, . 2 : . .,. .ff , 1. af 5 1, Ska? EMMA af awww V :E F 943 M- , U .. fx, at - 'i - 'J ala--asatwgi-. egg: efi?-'1':.'E'W1Y Pia " , I . -fr rf 2 t row five: MC GILL, TED M.: tJr.J: Satsuma: Arts and Sciences. MC GINNIS, ELIZABETH C.: CFM: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MC GRAW, ALVIN J.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC GUIRE, MARGARETTE R.: CFr.J: Omaha, Nebraska: Arts and Sciences. MC INTOSH, LARRY R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row six: MC INTYRE, HARRIET R.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. MC INTYRE, KATHY: CJr.J: Huntsville: Education. MC KAY, CANDIE J.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Business and Commerce. MC KAY, JAMES A.: tFr.J: Guin: Arts and Sciences. MC KAY, LINDA P.: tFr.J: Winfield: Arts and Sciences. row seven: MC KAY, PHILIP W.: CFr.D: Childersburg: Arts and Sci- ences. MC KEE, MARGARET A.: CFr.J: Albertville: Arts and Sci- ences. MC KENZIE, JAN: CFr.l: Gadsden: Education. MC KENZIE, KENNETH B.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. MC KENZIE, MARGARET J.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row eight: MC KENZIE MARTHA T.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MC KINNEY, BERNARD D.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. MC KINNEY, JOHN M.: ULD: Miami, Florida: Com- merce and Business. MC KINNON, MICHAEL J.: tFr.J: Enterprise: Arts and Sciences. MC KINNON, MOLLY S.: CSoph.J: Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania: Education. row nine: MC LAIN, CONNIE J.: tFr.J: Mobile: Education. MC LALLEN, M. SUSAN: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. MC LAUGI-ILIN, MARTIN J.: CSoph.D: Hornell, New York: Arts and Sciences. MC LENDON, JOHN C.: CSoph.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. MC LEROY, LARRY W.: tJr.J: Rogersville: Arts and Sciences. row ten: MC LOOK, WILLIAM H.: tFr.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. MC MAHON, ANNE W.: CFr.b: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. MC MILLIN, JUDITH L.: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MC MURRAY, PAUL A.: CFr.J: Roanoke: Arts and Sciences. MC NEELY, PATRICIA A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. Undergraduates: McD-Mil row one: MC DONALD, ELAINE: CFr.D: Fort Payne: Arts and Sciences. MC DONALD, ELIZABETH L.: tSoph.J: Lookout Moun- tain, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MC DONALD, JANICE A.: CFM: Birmingham: Education. MC DONALD, MICHAEL J.: CJr.J: Guin: Commerce and Business. MC DONALD, SUSAN L.: tSoph.j: Fort Payne: Education. row two: MC DONNELL, OWEN E.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. MC DONOUGH, EDWARD B.: fSoph.J: Mobile: Com- merce and Business. MC DONOUGH, TIMOTHY C.: ULD: Whistler: Education. MC DOWELL, CAROLE L.: CSoph.J: Cherry Hill, New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. MC DOWELL, JOSEPH W.: fFr.J: Butler: Engineering. row three: MC DOWELL, REX W.: tJr.J: Warner Robins, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. MC DUFFIE, MICHAEL W.: tSoph.D: Geneva: Arts and Sciences. MC DUFFEE, PAMELA J.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MC ELROY, MONTE L.: fJr.J: Shelbyville, Illinois: Commerce and Business. MC ELROY, SHELIA W.: CSoph.J: Oxford: Education. row four: MC FADEN, GEORGE G.: CSoph.J: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. MC GEE, GORDON L.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MC GEE, JAMES R.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MC GEE, MARGARET G.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. MC GEI-IEE, WILLIAM G.: tSoph.J: Talladega: Commerce and Business. . v . g ,V . V X Z t, if., 5 ,fs '---Sr 'J ii. ' :,, ' 'Q 2 t ri T 9 -1 5 , . A B H L 5, 1 - N . . cd. 5? ' diff' ' ' R' .J nu.: Q' 1 I , I ' 4 M ' 5: - XY: -51' 3' 1 f 'ii at INA 4 ! . ., - ,K . xi- " I "X 5 u -f 'S E Y . jf 9 KAI.. B 'i I 1 ' 5 tl. . VN' . . Big 195- iw' :fist Wit I fj : at , A A :RM :., A.. mx .... .EJ 3, S . Mix E5 '7 . ,Tit . ff y wy Ig, row one: MC NEFF, MARY D.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MC NEIL, MAUREEN A.: CSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. MCNEILL, LINDA W.: fSoph.J: Mobile: Education. MC NEILL, MICHAEL D.: CJr.J: Selma: Commerce and Business. MCNULTY, PATSY M.: tJr.J: Muscle Shoals: Commerce and Business. row two: MC NUTT A. DEWAYNE: fFr.J: Haleyville, Engineering. MC NUTT, ROBERT J.: CFr.J: Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MC PETERS, CELENE A.: tSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. MC VAY, BONNIE E.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. MCWILLIAMS, REBECCA S.: CSoph.J: Cherokee: Education. row three: MEACHUM, DONNA H.: CFIZJ: Atlanta, Georgia: Education. MEACHAM, KATHY W.: CJr.J: Columbus, Mississippi: Home Economics. MEADE, THOMAS F.: CFr.J: Cottondale: Com- merce and Business. MEADER, MARGARET V.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Home Economics. MEADOWS, LYNNA T.: tJr.J: Collinsville: Home Economics. row four: MEADOWS, WILLARD: fJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MEANS, CATHERINE: CSoph.J: Aliceville: Arts and Sciences. MEARS, THOMAS A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. MEARS, WILLIAM M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MEDDERS, CAROL E.: ULD: Birmingham: Education. L al ss, g- ' if I Q "3" at '... ff" 1- ,- i , .gr - ,,:.: E 1 E, 4 2 ,. l 6 t t 1 X i "' sa s xv A 1 5 wa' :fi Y 4 .' ,' M . is . 5 'Il e l' N -4 gt ,veg 1 I -x . NW' f 5- :Sl X X :xg 'Qi u. sf 2 at tt , i K , -XM 1 X Fw-.,Q, ok in : -f 'rf- if W ff . 'X f Q .f X :ff " .V .. 3 ' -IS f ,Q . is Y , .. ,: . . :Z - I .r' 9?jf'?. g I are A . . it , I ' f, 1 . Q . . A 1 Y 4, et? , -I -f V. . ,1 .' I fb ' V. 4 ff . V ' 1' 'ti' fi j 1 . I N yy, .. I - . :.f . 4 W .. . . .V , ,' .-. .,. . ff 5, , ii. , if All if l f , .-... .,.. ff. I. I K!! f I , fl, .. . .. J 5, ..,. ...., . , I av' ' 4 i f f , W ,. .,,.. 1 .zzftm L QW . ft - I I :ff I . x I' Y I :t-:" A Q 'WH -1 I A V I I A VI . 9 1 . ia - Q, V .. .,. Q.: 2 --J 1 'f.173v1f,'4'-i e r ' 1 4 'M 1 , 1 V Qam-fa? 47 . . 1 f AT 1 iv f f llc f row Eve: MEDLEY, JERRY M.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MEDWICK, GLENN C.: tFr.J: Perth Amboy, New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. MEDWICK, LEE N.: CJr.J: Perth Amboy, New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. MELENDEZ, JOHN G.: tFr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. MENDEL, PEGGY: CJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Education. row six: MEON, PATRICIA M.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. MEREDITH, MOLLY: CFr.J: Bayou La Batre: Arts and Sciences. MERIWETHER, CATHERINE L.: C.Ir.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MERIWETHER, JOHN SAMUEL: CJr.J: Eutaw: Arts and Sciences. MERRILL, JAMES M.: fFr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. row seven: MERRITT, ELAINE M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. MERRITT, LINDA A.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MESHAD, BOBBIE J.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. MESSER, MADELINE A.: fFr.Jg Tuscaloosa: Education. MEYER, MARILYN A.: CFr.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. row eight: MEZRANO, BECKY A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MICHAELS, SANDRA L.: CJr.J: Jasper: Education. MID- DLEBROOKS, DAVID J.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. MIDDLEBROOKS, RICHARD.: CFr.J: Jackson: Arts and Sciences. MIDDLETON, HARRISON D.: CJr.J: Bridgeport: Arts and Sciences. row nine: MIDGLEY, CHARLES: CSoph.7: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. MIDKIFF, ANN C.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Education. MIKLOUCICH, TERRANCE F.: CSoph.J: Huntsville, Commerce and Business. MILAM, DAVID L.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. MILES, KAYRON: CJr.J: Winfield: Education. row ten: MILHOUS, FRANK L.: CSoph.J: Mary Esther, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, ANTHONY L.: CSoph.J: Buffalo, New York: Education. MILLER, ARVIL B.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, BEVERLY A.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. MILLER, CAROLE A.: tFr.J: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Education. - If . 'rv M sf' ywiw I 4 x I s-f fiis X , -1-. wa: . Ziff? 'W ,sef we-J, I - MQ I I I f 5 . s Yi. , 5, K t cf ...A X '11 ,gy , xx Y' ' N X ..'fI1:tf- , c, as--, .M .R . V . -3:-zzz. was all 5 , I X RSI I 'Q- :, si -in Q XX x If 43' L, .- u Q 1:- -'I G . 6 ff R ,pi bg 3 Q' .J tyj. f x , H .K ,, - . W' X , 'S N Y J N xx K x Q if S I ,NR E e ng .ily Wiiifills .,., '-.Sf-SGW iiitifiia A 'rs-. , 'XY if -'sr iw' P N-X, me-:J ,Xxx Xi i se QI , 5 PJ s . ,, 6-5.1, f .IJ 5. .iff ' f - - . ' . V i t- : I x L ,f X '--wi i' ' - - 1 '- Z I. g , -:fr , 25" .' I We ff: L.. , . . -...A . ,V J I - W- fs!- , r-Jftwwsg g ' ' :sb 'Q-A :-1s'3f'ei'i.' , , ' 1 ' Ti k i' 'if . 1" 1 ., . .ff '1 ' 'Q -.1 f x ...wi 6- . f Ut v W Ah, h i I 2 Ast 1 I i s. + f Q , f ,. A . - . e . -A J 'N S ., ,J ' 22- . 'Q -.N - gf , ' -'ZSZQXA '- --.. iii:-. , 7 " ' Q:-:iiziift X 1 rein: A'--' .Wag WE - .A H 'I H - ' ' .aQ'WfQaaEf14 Qt.Ixi t,, . L -Jas ' W -W i: '- 1 ' Q 22.3 1 K - ,gb 5 f ' TVA :V ' - - , . '- ' is: -. 1 ' I ' s:fw'Z.. -P3152 , ' 522 Undergraduates: Mil-Mos row one: MILLER, DAVID W.: CJr.J: Mobile: Engineering. MILLER, DIMEROUS: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. MILLER, GLENDA S.: CFr.J: Flomaton: Education. MILLER, GWEN- DLYNE: CJr.J: Eva: Home Economics. MILLER, JAMES H.: CJr.J' Birmingham: Commerce and Business. v row two: MILLER, JOHN M.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. N.: tJr.J: Cincinnati, Ohio: Commerce and MILLER, JOSEPH Business. MILLER, LAURIE K.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MILLER, MARY A.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Education. MIL- LER, MAURICE H.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row three: MILLER, MICHAEL H.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. MILLER, MICHAEL J.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. MILLER, NANCY A.: tJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Home Economics. MILLER, PEGGY A.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. MILLER, RICHARD E.: CFr.J: Mobile: Com- merce and Business. row four: MILLER, STEVEN R.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. MILLS, E. MARLENE: CSoph.J: Detroit, Michigan: Educa- tion. MILLS, RONALD F.: tSoph.J: Brewton: Commerce and Business. MILSTEAD, JANET L.: tSoph.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. MILTON, PAMELA A.: IFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row five: MIMS, CARL E.: tSoph.J: Sylacauga: Education. MIMS, W.: fFr.J: Thorsby: Engineering. MIMS, RICHARD A.: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. MIMS, WILLIAM E.: CFU: JERRY tSOph-J: Clanton: Commerce and Business. MINERS, CURTIS A.: tSoph.J: Pahokee, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row six: MINGA, GAIL M.: tFr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MINTZ, MITCHELL L.: tFr.7: New Orleans, Loui- siana: Commerce and Business. MINTZ, PAM S.: CSoph.D: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, BARRY M.: CSoph.J: Hartselle: Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, CELLIE M.: tSoph.J: Florence: Home Economics. row seven: MITCHELL, DEWEY D.: tJr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. MITCHELL, GARY W.: tJr.J: Luverne: Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, HUGH W.: tFr.J: Boaz, Commerce and Business. MITCHELL, KATHRENA J.: IFr.J: Butler, Home Eco- nomics. MITCHELL, NED A.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row eight: MITCHELL, RALPH E.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, RICHARD L.: tJr.J: Blacksburg, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. MITCHELL, RODDERICK G.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. MITTERNAIER, RICHARD K. I Fr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. MIXON, ALLISON F.: tJr.J: Sulligent: Home Economics. row nine: MIXON, HARRY W.: tJr.J: Ozark: Commerce and Business. MIXON, PATRICIA A.: tFr.J: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. MIZZELL, TERRY L.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MLINAREC, MARY A.: fFr.J: Granite City, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. MOBLEY, DEBORAH J.: tFr.J: Vina: Arts and Sciences. row ten: MOBLEY, SHEILA J.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MOELLER, JOHN E.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MOLETT, ELIZABETH G.: ULD: Lafayette, Louisiana: Education. MONEY, M. DAVID: tJr.J: Fort Gaines, Georgia: Education. MONK, JOHN T.: tJr.J: Boaz: Arts and Sciences. row one: MONTGOMERY, ROBERT M.: CJr.J: Shelbyville, Ken- tucky: Commerce and Business. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT W.: QSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MOODIE, LEAH M.: tSoph.J: Vinegar Bend: Home Economics. MOODIE, ROBERT L.: CFr.J: Vinegar Bend: Arts and Sciences. MOON, BILL A.: qSoph.J: Fort Walton Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row two: MOON, LARRY H.: CFr.J: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. MOON, SANDRA L.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. MOORE, ADA E.: fFr.J: Madison: Commerce and Business. MOORE, CHARLES R.: CFr.J: Clanton: Commerce and Business. MOORE, DOROTHY A.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. row three: MOORE, JERRY L.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. MOORE, JIMMIE L.: tJr.J: Berry: Arts and Sciences. MOORE, JOHN R.: CSoph.7:1Birmingham: Education. MOORE, JUDY B.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. MOORE, LINDA F.: CSoph.J: Wetumpka: Education. row four: MOORE, LINDA G.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. MOORE, M. EMILY: CJr.J: Dyersburg, Tennessee: Educa- tion. MOORE, REBECCA A.: QFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. MOORE, REBECCA L.: fFr.J: Sulacauga: Education. MOORE, THOMAS B.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row five: MOORE, THOMAS E.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MOORMAN, JOHN R.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MORERE, LINDA A.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, DEBORAH D.: CFr.D: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, DUANE C.: CFU: Selma: Commerce and Business. row six: MORGAN, E. SPENCER: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, HENRY S.: QSoph.J: Opp, Commerce and Business. MORGAN, MARTHA I.: fSoph.J: Luverne: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, PAUL T.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences. MORGAN, PEGGY A.: CJr.J: Brantley: Arts and Sciences. row seven: MORGAN, RONALD D.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, RONALD H.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. MORGAN, SUSAN L.: CFr.j: Atlanta: Georgia: Education. MORGAN, WARREN O.: CJr.J: Berry: Education. MORIN, PER- RIN A.: CFM: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row eight: MORRIS, DEBORA L.: CSoph.J: Guntersville: Home Economics. MORRIS, DONALD J.: CJr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. MORRIS, FRANK B.: CFr.J: Cottondale: Engineering. MORRIS, HUNTER B.: CFr.J: Cottondale: Engineering. MORRIS, SHELIA R.: CFr.J: Childersburg: Education. row nine: MORRISON, RONALD W.: CJr.J: Marion, Illinois: Education. MORRISSETTE, MARTHA B.: ULD: Atmore: Arts and Sciences. MORROW, JOHN A.: CSoph.J: Russellville: Commerce and Business. MORROW, WILLIAM D.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Engineer- ing. MORROW, WILLIAM S.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering. row ten: MORTON, TONY: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Education. MOSE- LEY, JANIS C.: CJr.J: Cothan: Education. MOSELEY, NANCY A.: CSoph.J: Tokyo, Japan: Arts and Sciences. MOSELY, MARY S.: CSoph.J: Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Education. MOSES, RICHARD M.: CFr.J: Centreville: Arts and Sciences. 523 iilm ' 1 , I ""' Q fi -5' 'MT ' .- -"' '. e 4 fzjf' ft' ,. ' , . f ":' . - 1 it E 1 " . 1 ..,. M - -f t ., , E V . Q . ,+P . -::- V , . ,.... t ' 7 ' -QQ. . i , 1 ' 'Q -. - X , ,.. I 52- V. 1 ft 'Q , 'X I it , .4 I fi' ' . S' i-QS , '3 - A' nu- '2-ff - iy wa 335' , '. . S' Y : a t- KX r If gg? 'QNX 1 M H W!"'..:f n 'e ,C 2.-. f . 1 , . Q 3 ' Q 'lit 6955... . fi 5,517 ' -: ' V . ' -' 3.41-I 'H' 4 " ' 'E 3 . If f 5' 1 , H 5 Q . Q A , .930 A Q l, . .1 fw..,..5 .3 4 A f. "A""f fl- -" ' ' 4212 A I fn, 6 , - , - 0 af! 53 X - 2. 3- Q fi' ' ' 'AN -1... Q f F ' ,X Hx. 5 , Q ar X ,Z W 'fr-5 5 R t . 5, , 43' . at ' sf" 'S T 91 --tv. ? - ' x YW is Q: Y Y 4 fb at H-:: l X 4 QM- le , 0. " -1 .. el L KW , , fax 1. ..,... . K K, . Q , , N t 5 . , Y - 1, at ' f i ,Jigs 4 .-9: f 11.- , , , . X r X ls 4 t Q 'v V I f 4. we .11 -, I: 1 a, i f f V in . I ig, f ft: 5: ',,, . Q .if fig: 3 "fMgLft-,,jff-ggv - . ,-3,1 . 1 , , it L.,.-...N-.1 1 - 7""5: tv .i. t 'V ' t . ff?-ta.. - . . i . 7 x . 2 ' ' V 4 - ia.: 1, X... X I 'W M 5' V z r i ll.. .,., V., -.7 -it- I-X I, . . ,V .:' , -:-- I g.,,,., 5 ' ' ' .A 'ir f' ,-'- - S,gG'g , gt f if . 2-1- I.: vga 1 .fi 'EY we 3 .Hi C3 is 2,32 V' I V. -, . .. f ' we If I ' -, , f-5 T' 'TT' -MF 2 439. ,..- Q ,. " fail.. '.2.' ' ' AX 1 Undergraduates: Mot eOdo row one: MOTLOW, CATHERINE E.: fFr.J: Lynchburg, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. MOULTRIE, FRANK: CFr.J: Albertville: Com- merce and Business. MUGLACH, MICHAEL M.: CSoph.J: Birming- ham: Commerce and Business. MUHLENDORF, DAVID M.: CSoph.J: Sheffield: Commerce and Business. MULLENIX, KATH- RYN W.: CJr.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. row two: MULLENIX, SEARCY E.: CSoph.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. MULLINS, JAMES H.: fJr.J: Columbiana: Arts and Sciences. MULLINS, LARRY O.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MUNSON, CAMILLA M.: fSoph.J: New Iberia, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. MURCH, CHESTER E.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row three: MURCHISON, MARY E.: fSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. MURPHY, BILL C.: CJr.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. MURPHY, CAROLYN: tJr.J: Jacksonville, Florida: Arts and Sciences. MURPHY, RALPH W.: fFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. MURPHY, TIMOTHY H.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row four: MURRELL, THOMAS A.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. MURRIE, JAMES I.: CSoph.J: Russell, Illinois: Education. MUSE, S. ANN: CJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. MUSICK, BARRON Q.: tFr.J: Sheffield: Engineering. MUSICK: JANET S.: CJr.J: Shef- field: Education. +35 ':ay . 4,' R lo' I Q vi f e J if rawgwaa axe . . a as ..,A ., I , Q, , in .f Q , ' . e. Q w ww- b 55 n 5 . X. ,. " , f + 1 'uw - ' . 4' -vf ' - .sw Q -.f - tv' I""' - 1' ' -"Z: .' f ' If - " ,fy-. . , p ' ' - ,----'NN it ' if? - it N i I '."."jiX 15 ' Q. 2 :f 3 , , Q Fia zfwif , ' l j : L-F ' 5 f' ,.,. ' I . ' wc. - f..i4":3:.-144 ' .11 . - ag. . .: ,Z 2? 1 .ri ,.: 1 1 fdzlf' -adv t-iq few' '-,, , ' iii '59 ff, ' "inf .Xfa,i, , Emi: ,a,i, Tv I 1 . : f741f.,a f . sr: 1: f ff I , E .fwfi B 2. 2, ' ri, K' fl :QW .f ae? my MQSI L ,mw, f ' ' g l .:,g.,a... . iix. , 'Q A ' .f.. , ff' " Q, gi? . . . fgrtfas ..., gnu va xii ' - 1 ,.,. . - .1 e at-fx i. .:f5::e?22lib?E:.-:ff V. '51 524 ' ' cf' . .. -fi . 'ef f 2 P , ...rt , ad' x mf I 6 m'.A:..'.4' , ,sg : W, 4 ,AA . 1 1 'S Y 'A agen ff? 'M E' I tm.: we row five: MUSSELMAN, JOHN L.: CSoph,J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. MUSSEY, I. CLAYTON: CFr.D: Bessemer: Engineering. MUSSO, JERRY P.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MUSSO, LOUIS V.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. MYERS, BILL R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row six: MYERS, ELAINE A.: fJr.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Home Economics. MYERS, PEGGY L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. MYRICK, GLORIA I.: tJr.J: Greenville: Education. MYRICK, PAUL D.: tJr.7: Fairhope: Commerce and Business. NABORS, ROBERT C.: CFr.D: Montgomery: Education. row seven: NADER, JOSEPHINE L.: CJr.D: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. NAIL, MARY K.: tSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. NALL, RICHARD C.: tFr.J: Monroeville: Engineering. NALLS, MARCHEETA F.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NAPIER, GARY R.: tFr.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. row eight: NAPIER, RICHARD H.: CFr.J: Frankfort, Kentucky: Commerce and Business. NASH, KAREN: CFr.J: Oneonta: Arts and Sciences. NASH, PHYLLIS E.: CSoph.J: Coral Gables, Florida: Education. NATHAN, BARBARA C.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. NATION, HORACE H.: tJr.J: Acmar: Commerce and Business. row nine: NEAL, GEORGE M.: tJr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. NEELY, CHESLEY B.: CSoph.J: Alexander City: Com- merce and Business. NEELY, JOHN F.: tFr.D: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. NEFF, ROBERT L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. NEHRT, JAMIE S.: CFr.J: Chester, Illinois: Commerce and Business. row ten: NELSON, BRENDA G.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. NELSON, CAROLYN L.: CFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. NELSON, DAVID R.: CSoph.J: Parrish: Commerce and Business. NELSON, EDDY L.: CJr.J: Samantha: Engineering. NEL- SON, GEORGE A.: Ur.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. . Ar, . .K U V - X ,X , I Ay i g f 'T 1 -' I Z 1 jp. '5": +' H: .wttii I ' .. X . I i f: 1- Q ' A122-I.. ' ' 5' If 1:1 'f ws' . --'--- , 5.15 L if - X ' . ' "rf . ' fy ' i- ' f 4 .7...ig1.1g,:fjEE5 'Q -.43 15 .st I i as ' S ...eil t Q. ' 1 "if f 2 'X s .- if... 4. ' ... ggi : M ,K ' 7" P Q. .ggi G N s I 1 D: rl. . is ,Mt E-A an Q. .fi " I ' I t s- U . .w st ? 4 i s rv ., Eg sy 1 .. gs. V L-ET.. ' n e 1 f is itizwx if I 1 I --- in -Q 1: V : - .3 r ,- -f 1. tt il ' - ,, .I Z., 3 Q , Q- , -- ...JV - gs 5. . 1 ,. 1., p . K?,:,,.., fj f . .: 4 ,. Nzeafgf . .x 4 -. -. -. , ff'-.L 'f 222. ' .' ' "' ' . .J,., . . . H, B, K . as r vs 'Z . iz - 'E-13' 5- J. alps. , .. ,. - ., V., A . x s f lx c Y .wil is rs: 1'1 6.y R v x . 3 .. zb, I 1 N., -:.,. .-.ity K' Q.- ,,, A. tg s X ' SL-x 5 row five: NIHART, DAVID A.: tFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. NIX, ELLEN: CFr.J: Evergreen: Arts and Sciences. NIXON, BEVERLY J.: CSoph.J: Panama City, Florida: Home Economics. NIXON, JOHN H.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. NOBLITT, BILL F.: tFr.I: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row six: NOEL, BETH I.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. NO- LAND, KATHY D.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. NOLEN, CRUSE P.: tSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. NOLEN, DAVID L.: tFr.J: Albert-Ville: Commerce and Business. NOLEN, GEORGE G.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: NOLEN, JANE S.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Home Economics. NOMBERG, MARC D.: tFr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. NOOJIN, MARTHA E.: CJr.J: Arts and Sciences. NOONAN, CHARLES E.: tJr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce and Business. NORDEN, AUGUSTA: CFr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. row eight: NORMAN, SHANNON C.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. NORRIS, BERNEICE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. NORRIS, LARRY N.: CJr.J: Cottondale: Education. NORRIS, LEIGHANNE E.: CFU: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NORRIS, PHILLIP E.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row nine: NORTHINGTON, LARRY W.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. NORTON, ELEANOR A.: tJr.J: Fort Walton Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. NORVELL, SAMUEL S.: CSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. NOWLIN, ALICE Y.: CSoph.J: Gads- den: Commerce and Business. NUNNALLY, JAN C.: CFU: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: O'BRIEN, MARY E.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. O'CAIN, DONALD R.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. O'CONNOR, JACK R.: CSoph.J: Merritt Island, Florida: Arts and Sciences. ODOM, GEORGE F.: CSoph.J: Oxford: Arts and Sciences. ODOM, RONALD S.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. 525 row one: NELSON, JOHN H.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. NELSON, JULIE D.: CSoph.J: Athens: Education. NEL- SON, LINDA K.: fSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. NELSON, PHYLIS A.: CFr.J: Anniston: Home Economics. N-ELSON, ROBERT: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row two: NELSON, ROBERT L.: fFr.J: Jackson, Tennessee: Com- merce and Business. NESBITT, BEVERLY: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NESBITT, GAIL: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NEUGENT, KATHY: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. NEWBY, WILLIAM B.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row three: NEWMAN, DAVID R.: tSoph.J: Troy: Engineering. NEWTON, DEBORAH J.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. NEWTON, WILLIAM A.: CFr.J: Greenville: Commerce and Busi- ness. NICHOL, IRENE M.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. NICHOLS, ALFRED C.: CJr.J: East Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row four: NICHOLS, CONNIE T.: tSoph.J: Red Level: Education. NICHOLSON, JUDI P.: tFr.J: Russellville: Education. NICHOL- SON, NANCY J.: CFr.J: Centerville: Education. NICK, JOHNNY M.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. Boothuyn, Pennsylvania: Engineering. NICKLE, JOHN A.: tFr.J: ' -rv - -. c . . . W, 'T Ili' 'ri QSFT' ' ' ""?' 1f' -1 5? f 8 : ef , Q. f was A9 1 'Q W 'W I ew? ' Q43 it wiv w 1, ,, , 5 iff! - , - .NM x. - 'Q f if . ' X 'Q ' I 1 .iii SX: Z? 'i if A-A "" 'is' gl it I f., . li V- '13, " f r' f:13:434? -, A 5' H ' :Lvl . - I. , IV - 3 'T Aff".-:T aexszza h wif-an , . wif. -set? A , , ve ba CX ' 8 :H 'B Q gs - 5 ' fl H ' fir! ..f. 'gg 'Eg -'ben f 1 Iwi' 3 I ' e. , I fm : . , 1 , Ig if Qi' N " ' ., 'l ffl f - D V.-1. Q, ' . ' ' ii' I I , -. ,..,. f l . 1 , .YU . - 7 1' an .... -... li ,mg 'CQ' , 1 af..3,,. F5 ii. I -. V- V 3 Y ,- f ., 5,5 XX M t ik J Undergraduates: Odo-Pea row one: ODOM, JUNE: CSoph.J: Cordova: Education. O'DON- NELL, MAUREEN E.: ISoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ODUM, ELAINE M.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. ODUM, JAMES E.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. OGBURN, DAVID W.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row two: OGILVIE, JEAN M.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. OGLE, THOMAS L.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. O'GRADY, PATRICE R.: CSoph.J: Millington, New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. O'GWYNN, MICHAEL D.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. O'HEAR, JOHN W.: tSoph.b: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row three: OLDACRE, BRENDA J.: CSoph.J: Somerville: Home Economics. OLENSKY, JOANNE: ULD: Mobile: Education. OLIVE, DEBORAH A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. OLIVER, BETTY J.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. OLIVER, JAMES S.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. row four: OLVEY, JAMES R.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. O'NEAL, ANITA M.: CSoph.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sci- ences. O'NEILL, JOHN A.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. OPPENHEIM, HOWARD G.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. ORAMOUS, MYRA C.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row five: ORENSTEIN, ROSS S.: fFr.D: Pensacola, Florida: Com- merce and Business. O'REAR, CAINE: tSoph.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. ORR, BETTYE A.: CJr.J: Florence: Education. OSBORN, GARY D.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. O'STEEN, BRAMLETT F.: IJIZJ: Tuscumbia: Commerce and Business. row six: OTTS, RICHARD L.: ULD: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. OTTS, WANDA G.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. OUZTS, DAVID D.: tSoph.J: Chelmsford, Massachusettes: Arts and Sciences. OVERTON, DEBRA D.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. OWEN, BARRY G.: CSoph.J: Anchorage, Alaska: Education. row seven: OWEN, CAROLYN A.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Education. OWEN, JAMES L.: CSoph.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. OWENS, BETTY A.: CJr.J: Pine Apple: Education. OWENS, GARY W.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. OWENS, RICHARD T.: tFr.J: Demopolis: Engineering. row eight: OWENS, SUZANNE L.: CFr.J: Anchorage, Alaska: Arts and Sciences. OZBIRN, THOMAS W.: CSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. PACE, BOBBY L.: CJr.J: Cullman: Engineering. PACK, ARLENE M.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PACK, CHRISTOPHER C.: CJr.J: Englewood: Arts and Sciences. row nine: PADALINO, MICHAEL L.: tJr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. PADGETT, MARY L.: fFr.Jg Birmingham: Home Econo- mics. PAGE, LINDA G.: Ur.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. PALER, CHARLES R.: CFr.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. PAL- MER, CAROL E.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Education. row ten: PALMER, GENIE B.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. PALMER, LYLE J.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. PALMITER, CHARLES E.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. 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PARK, WILLIAM M.: tJr.l: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. PARKEL, JOAN: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PARKER, ALAN T.: tSoph.J: Dade City, Florida: Edu- cation. PARKER, JUDI K.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row two: PARKER, LINDA M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PARKER, RONALD E.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PARKER, SHEILA A.: tFr.J: Cullman: Education. PARKER, VIRGINIA K.: CSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. PARKMAN, JAMES W.: CSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. row three: PARMLEY, KATHERINE A.: CSoph.J: Madison: Arts and Sciences. PARNELL, LEIGHTON C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PARNELL, TONI S.: tFr.J: Ragland: Commerce and Business. PARRIS, H. DAVIS: CFU: Demopolis: Commerce and Business. PARRISH, KENNETH L.: tSoph.J: Art Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row four: PARRISH, PHILLIP L.: tFr.l: Ashford: Arts and Sciences. PARROTT, JOHN W.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PARRY, VIRGINIA A.: CSoph.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. PARSON, CHRISTINE L.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. PARSONS, CARL P.: tSoph.J: Fairfield: Commerce and Business. row five: PARSONS, CLARENCE I.: tS0ph.J: Birmingham: Engi- neering. PARSONS, JOHN L.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. PARSONS, RUSSELL F.: tJr.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. PARSONS, WILLIAM B.: CFr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. PARSONS, WILLIAM R.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row six: PARTIN, CHARLES C.: tJr.J: St. Augustine, Florida: Education. PARTRIDGE, CAROL J.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. PARTRIDGE, JULIANNE: tFr.J: Demopolis: Education. PARVIN, KAREN L.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PATE, JANIS C.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row seven: PATE, SYLVIA D.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. PATE, THOMAS R.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. PATRICK, KATHLEEN: tFr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. PATTERSON, EDWIN W.: tJr.D: Ozark: Commerce and Business. PATTERSON, FRANCES J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row eight: PATTERSON, KATHERINE G.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. PATTERSON, LOUIS L.: CJr.J: Vicksburg, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. PATTERSON, MARY F.: tJr.J: Section: Arts and Sciences. PATTON, GEORGE B.: CFr.lg Birmingham: Engineering. PATTON, JOHN E.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row nine: PATTON, SUSAN M.: CJr.l: Florence: Arts and Sciences. PATTON, WILLIAM J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PAUL, HELEN M.: tSoph.J: Charleston, South Carolina: Education. PAUL, RONALD L.: CSoph,J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. PAYNE, DIANNE E.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: PAYNE, ROBERT G.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. PEACOCK, TOMMY W.: tJr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. PEAK, DONNA A.: CSoph.J: Double Springs: Education. PEARCE, ALLEN W.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. PEARCE, CHARLES R.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. .gf : ..., gl In 11 Q, Q . . ...J 1. y I as f Q 3 r 4, a f - -'-' 'L,,,'l I Q' . jg 5 f U g AA,, Q , . . -41- g ,L.- . ,,.., ' I 5 ,Q VVV wp - ' 4' Q., '-- I ..,.., - ,'K' I fy ' " V'V' 1 " F I I --'.,' If .,I- .N :,:,, E. .K If , , it :- " a Q a V3 e i , z , ., .Q :fx b .. .,... , .. ,,,, . X X we .fi fm' f 4 -Y'x as .V fa. ', v f ZR, f 5 as 'i f ,ffl ,gg ? 'f Z row five: PERRY, JOHN F.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PERRY, KATHERINE E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. PERRY, PHIL: tJr.J: Guin: Commerce and Business. PERRY, SARA B.: CFr.J: Pell City: Home Economics. PERSSE, JOHN J.: tSoph.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. row six: PETELOS, JOHN N.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PETERS, ELLEN: tFr.J: Bluefield, West Virginia: Arts and Sciences. PETERS, WILLIAM M.: tSoph.J: Northport: Engi- neering. PETERSON, KAREN A.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PETERSON, KEVIN T.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row seven: PETREE, ELIZABETH N.: tFr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. PETRI, JEAN M.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Education. PETRO, GERARD T.: tSoph.J: Perth Amboy, New Jersey: Education. PET- TUS, GORDON P.: tSoph.J: Alton: Education. PHELPS, ANTHONY F.: IJLJ: Vienna, Virginia: Engineering. row eight: PHELPS, ROBERT C.: tFr.J: Elberton: Arts and Sciences. PHIFER, KAREN B.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. PHILLIPS, BETTY A.: tFr.J: Rockford: Education. PHILLIPS, DALE E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PHILLIPS, DAVID M.: tFr.J: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. row nine: PHILLIPS, JACK M.: tJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. PHILLIPS, JAMES G.: tFr.J: Bowling Green, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, JAMES R.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, JULIAN R.: tFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. PHILLIPS, MARSHA K.: tJr.J: Miami, Florida: Education. row ten: PHILLIPS, SAMUEL M.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. PHILLIPS, THOMAS R.: tSoph.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Busi- ness. PHURROUGH, STEVE E.: tFr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. PICKENS, CHERYL F.: tFr.J: Decatur: Home Economics. PIC- KENS, NANCY C.: tFr.D: Sheffield: Education. 528 Undergraduates: Pea-Pow row one: PEARCE, ROBERT C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PEARCE, ROBERT M.: tSoph.J: Redstone Arsenal: Commerce and Business. PEARSON, PAYE: tFr.J: Northport: Education. PEARSON, JANE: tJr.J: Pine Hill: Arts and Sciences. PEARSON, MARY C.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row two: PEARSON, PATRICIA K.: CSoph.J: Centreville: Edu- cation. PEARSON, WILLIAM E.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. PEBBLES, VICKI M.: tSoph.J: Monroeville: Arts and Sciences. PEEBLES, JANE F.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. PELHAM, SHARON E.: tFr.J: Monroeville: Education. row three: PENNINGTON, VADER A.: tJr.J: Dadeville: Com- merce and Business. PERNHARDT, BRENT: tFr.J: Cullman: Com- merce and Business. PERRIN, JUDY D.: tJr.J: Cordova: Education. PERRY, BRUCE A.: tJr.J: Fayette: Arts and Sciences. PERRY, CHARLES L.: tJr.J: Centre: Engineering. row four: PERRY, CHARLES W.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. PERRY, ELIZABETH C.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. PERRY, GLORIA M.: tJr.J: Fairhope: Education. PERRY, ISABELLA E.: tFr.J: Pell City: Education. PERRY, JAN R.: tFr.J: Childersburg: Home Economics. f I, j 4, A V 't up vvv., . iv- ,- It ' I iiigfhag NJ' , - 14 J .4-'. I fi. 3 "1 ,. -- YET, 1 -. if f I fl ,ff Xl - Q ,J ' ea X I - I., I 3 'D ' at X I: . f :.' I ' . ,lt 'Q Ig 49 X Q' ., , 'I 7: f-if Ik . NSN : , -XY 1 .,..s. . ..Q : 'iff ' rf. : , , . .S i-f-5 5. f- :sc . .- 'VP . . , . wr- , - :M A .. . ., . . - . 5, . ,Y .. f-.5 ' . , 1, -s - s, .5f:- , ' .Qt t XT" ,f ii - 1 55 8 A , si: vast at - - , s 'Gif ' Q 5'X .M fx- V ' N - '. Jw- ' .. 4 .1 A-N . S 5 -.ia .S .. .. .lv 1 '-,w-X..-:f -s , vt .. . .... f . . . ,N J., ' .sf -,... ' ff' , X " as 4 X 5 .. . JK .. ff row one: PICKRON, MARY C.: fJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Com- merce and Business. PIENEZZA, JESSEE W.: CSoph.J: Tallassee: Arts and Sciences. PIERCE, CELIA C.: CFr.J: Dothan: Education. PIERCE, RALPH B.: fJr.J: Warner Robins, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. PIERCE, RONNIE H.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row two: PIERCE, SUZANNE M.: fFr.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. PIERSON, CYNTHIA H.: tJr.J: Livingston: Arts and Sciences. PIKE, CHARLES T.: CJr.J: Carbon Hill: Arts and Sciences. PINE, MARY A. CFr.D: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. PINKERTON, EWING B.: tSoph.J: Guin: Education. row three: PINKERTON, MICHAEL R.: CFr.J: Sylacauga: Com- merce and Business. PIPER, ANN L.: tFr.J: Bessemer: Education. PIPER, LEE S.: CFr.J: Covington, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. PIRKLE, JUDY C.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences. PITCH- FORD, HARRIET J.: CFr.J: Sylacauga: Education. row four: PITTMAN, NORBORNE P.: CSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. PITTMAN, PAMELA A.: CFr.D: Enterprise: Education. PITTS, JILL S.: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Education. PITTS, NANCY N.: tSoph.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. PITTS, TIMOTHY S.: CFr.J: River View: Commerce and Business. Q. Q3 . . , .- 4 gf -5 . i J ' si E if ' 21" ' -. ...tg 'rig il . X V -1 v.-:.--'avi-.R 4 W Ks Us-S5-L ,. - 'a-'1-7 --,I.r'.'E "' 1 C "" 1 ff : . y '- -film 1- . A +1 - '- x.fzsSf:--Eiisffvi ., 9-'Q - 4. ,-,:... . ,af .. s S- . .- -1 ,n ,f - Y fig. 1 f - 'f -1 .- ' - -J-g:",,:x-.W . .- , ,3 . sl x is W 15151. O X P ,.:: '. 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POGUE, DAVID L.: CFr.l: Adrian, Michigan: Commerce and Business. POND, MICHAEL O.: QSoph.J Mobile: Engineering. POOL, DARRYL W.: CFr.J: Austin, Texas: Arts and Sciences. row seven: POOLE, JAMES D.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. POOLE, LINDA N.: QFr.J: Birmingham: Education. POOLE, SAMUEL M.: CFr.J: Hueytown: Engineering. POPE, DAVID J.: CJr.D: Huntsville: Engineering. PORCH, DAVID G.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row eight: PORTER, JAMES W.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PORTER, LINDA K.: ULD: Fayette: Education. PORTER, M. BELINDA: CJr.Dg Charlotte, North Carolina: Arts and Sciences. PORTER, PATTI L.: CFr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. PORTER, SANDRA G.: CFr.J: Winfield: Education. row nine: PORTMANN, ERIK R.: fFr.J: Lima, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. PORTNOY, DIANE L.: CSoph.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. POSEY, DAVID S.: CFr.J: Haleyville: Commerce and Business. POSEY, DONNA M.: fJr.J: Siluria: Edu- cation. POTTER, ALICE L.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row ten: POWELL, BARBARA A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. POWELL, DANIEL R.: CSoph.J: Irondale: Engineering. POWELL, DONNA K.: CSoph.J: Cottondale: Education. POWELL, MARIE: CFr.J: Northport: Education. POWELL, MARY A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ,.A. ,. J - X .JNL-f 2 . - ff:-1,a2gggs5:.:, . V, . .I H ly V r .... -r J' ' af' s.. 1-' ' :iv 'J In - . 1- V 1 " ., .... 1 V . .- ,N 0:3 . 1 EFX' - " 5 -- J " I :sag g g.. ., .:g -, it L . I '- J : f- 535 we 'Q : . Tee' N E Ns? 1 QL f s - .. Q "'S"' f 'Ss "lx X Ax .,.,5, - -Q. , N S. V , , if YXX10- Qs- 5 1 assi. .. is il '. it ks 5 -. :ts . " I an ii N, t X.: t E V 1. 5 :I ' :ssl ,. I 5 I c 1 'i vii t I iii :' 'Q . ' W' L xstx -N 1- L - , f I I W s Xi' ,.. , ,.., l ,C Za , ,::..1 vif. 1 s X 'ZW NVQ s Rx 3 .., t if so X I xx gt K ,Q ...,.k.:, .. ' -2' R Q X1 t 'X 2 s .::- law,-23' gli? Q I 1: if X 3 I -. . P .'-rf . . ,K X v. 4 N X' if Q-4 335 li . Nt is wi - G X f . - q . f..-xt.. X. - rg.: ' ,, , .f A .V sf fi' --'- 1 3, .. . H -V ,ir x-:' " ifst- 'H z P es X3 R . ',j5,t9j-Yr.- if i sf X .. 5 13:35 Q25 lg a . 'z':.:Z'- -"' Q Us , Q ,Q ,..,.., . ,ik an .PN-fi.. . ' i"'.-5frE2E'i ,"'?33 I .J -V P ' . 3. 42: -3 ' - v, 'I Q- 1' . Q"' ef X Q Zia: 'il' - 9 ...yt 541.45 z V 5 . - ,3.E:j:3.: A U gy ' U ' - ,. ' Ir., -1 0 Undergraduates: Pow-Ree row one: POWELL, ROGER W.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. POWER, JENIFER L.: CSoph.J: Brentwood, Tennessee: Education. PRESCOTT, ROBERT D.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. PRESTON, JANA C.: tSoph.J: Danville, Kentucky: Home Economics. PREWITT, CELESTE A.: tJr.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. row two: PREWITT, GAIL T.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. PREWITT, LINDA C.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. PREWITT, THERESA E.: CJr.J: Fayette: Home Economics. PRICE, BARBARA R.: tSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. PRICE, HARRIET C.: Florence: Education. row three: PRICE, SUSAN F.: tJr.J: Evergreen: Education. PRICE- WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY P.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. PRICHARD, JOHN R. Jr.: fSoph.J: Jacksonville: Arts and Sciences. PRICKETT, JOHN M.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. PRIESTER, JOSEPH B.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row four: PRIOLA, VIRGINIA L.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. PRIOR, SUZANNE: QJr.J: Elba: Home Economics. PRITCHARD, JUDITH A.: CSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. PRITCHETT, CHARLES H.: tFr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. PRITCHETT, LOU T.: CFr.J: Nanafalia: Arts and Sciences. row five: PROCTOR, ELIZABETH A.: tJr.J: Decatur: Education PROCTOR, KATHERINE A.: ULD: Harsell: Education. PRUETT, HENRY F.: tFr.J: Century, Florida: Arts and Sciences. PRUITT LYNDA K.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PRUITT SARAH L.: tFr.J: Jasper: Education. a a row six: PTOMEY, SUSAN: tFr.J: Houston, Texas: Home Eco- nomics. PUCKETT, CHUCK G.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. PUCKETT, MARGIE G.: tFr.J: Decatur: Education. PUCKETT, SAMUEL D.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. PUGH, ROBERT LIVINGSTON: ISoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. row seven: PUMILIA, JOSEPH M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. PURDY, JANIS L.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. PURYEAR, JO S.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. PYRON, SARAH J.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Home Economics. QUARLES, RICHARD E.: tSoph.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. row eight: QUARLES, RONALD C.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. QUARLES, WILLIAM P.: tSoph.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. QUEDEWEIT, GREGG A.: tJr.D: York: Commerce and Business. QUICK, WALTER M.: tFr.J: Eufaula: Arts and Sciences. QUIGLEY, ANDREW H.: tSoph.J: Mechanicsburg, Penn- sylvania: Commerce and Business. row nine: QUINA, MARION A., Jr.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. QUINN, CHARLES M.: tSoph.J: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. QUINN, DEBORAH K.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. QUINN, EMILY A.: tSoph.J: Oneonta: Arts and Sciences. QUINNEY, DALE E.: tSoph.J: Gallion: Engineering. row ten: RADCLIFF, DONAL C.: CFr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. RADCLIFF, ROBIN: tSoph.D: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. RADER, PATRICIA J.: tJr.J: El Paso, Texas: Education. RAD- FORD, MICHAEL W.: CFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. RAFAL- SKY, CELESTE A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row one: RAGSDALE, CAROL W.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. RAGSDALE, CHALON L.: CFr.7: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. RAGSDALE, JAMES F.: QJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RAINER, BEVERLY L.: CFr.J: Elba: Arts and Sciences. RAINER, WRENN S.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Education. row two: RAINES, LAWRENCE W.: fFr.J: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. RAINEY, D. RODGER: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RAINEY, LAURIE B.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. RAINWATER, DONNA G.: tFr.J: Millport: Educa- tion. RAMBEAU, RICHARD G.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row three: RAMBO, WILLIAM G.: fJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. RAMSEY, NANCY J.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. RANDALL, FRANKLIN C.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. RANDLE, JOHN ALAN: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. RANDLE, WINSTON H.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. row four: RANDOLPH, HARRISON D.: CSoph.J: Avondale Estates, Georgia: Engineering. RANDOLPH, STANLEY E.: CFr.J: Oakman: Arts and Sciences. RASBERRY, EDNA L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. RASBERRY, JOHN T.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RASCO, MELINDA A.: tFr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. row five: RAST, NANCY B.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RATLIFF, SANDRA J.: tJr.J: Hanceville: Home Eco- nomics. RAUCH, JAMES M.: fFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RAWLINGS, J. WHITNEY: CSoph.J: McComb, Mississippi: Engi- neering. RAWLS, PHILLIP G.: CFr.J: Gantt: Arts and Sciences. row six: RAY, DIANE E.: tJr.J: Phenix City, Education. RAY, DWAYNE B.: fFr.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. RAY, JANICE E.: CJr.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. RAY, JANIS: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. RAY, JOHN R.: CJr.D: Gads- den: Commerce and Business. row seven: RAY, MARY C.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. RAY, MICHAEL S.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. RAY, WILLIAM P.: fJr.J: Fayette: Commerce and Business. RAYMON, BRYCE C.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. REAMEY, JOHN H.: CFr.J: Florence: Engineering. row eight: REAMS, PAUL E.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. REARDEN, D. LOUELLYN: CFr.J: Fairfax: Edu- cation. REAVES, JAN F.: CFr.7: Florence: Arts and Sciences. REAVES, RANDOLPH P.: fJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. REDDING, PATRICIA A.: CJr.J: Daphne: Education. row nine: REDDITT, FRANK E.: tSoph.J: Spanish Fort: Com- merce and Business. REDISCH, PHILLIP M.: CJr.J: Mobile: Com- merce and Business. REED, JENNIFER J.: CSoph.J: Bay Minette: Education. REED, JOHN R.: CJr.J: Pinson: Arts and Sciences. REED, JUDITH A.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row ten: REED, PAMELA J.: CFr.J: Arab: Arts and Sciences. REED, RONALD E.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. REEDER, CATHERINE S.: CSoph.J: Prattville: Education. REEDER, PRESTON L.: tJr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. REEKS, MARGO: CSoph.J: Ashland City, Tennessee: Education. .. 1' . 4.1.--. f . f' C616 v ff . ' .Z I , Z A f f +2 f LW' f 1 ' fi' Y. ,, 9 fm 1, . tin: f 3-xv 4 ?p. ,, . .... gf . ' 1 4 nfl. fpqe' ,iv :1 i "'5 , 4 H " fa. I ffl . fff ,4 , ,gl 44 5: f , .. ..-' , .,,. 1-, . V :.:3,: A 1.3 ' . W -if 2 ff X 4 W' , ,F i Q ,, f . I 1 7 T f' 1 . 1 -as f rg 1 1 'X 9,430 ' f . 4 J- .. Qzfe ,. fb' 5. .. ,J " x ., J ll.: .. Z V jg, 3' vgqu. V. ,Z iw. . ,. WJ., v 1 - i 4.2 xt .. ,X - J ... f -' j.p?,',-:rr 5 , 1 1 4, f Q , X X 1 - Kali li .ef , - ,er 4 .., Z , , Q .V W. .. 2 H" . -V . 6 ff 9 " ,f 1 3 I ' . F. 'J .au-. ff! f :ff f a. .Z 1' , a-.,, X 1 fig I , 1 is it ss a x ff , I Sf "f"fff , ' J 5 . AQ' :Ti ' , ,KV , ,,,. F97 ' I -- ff , -it , Q Z , eff? ' tt '- 5QieW.":fZ , - 1 J 9 . V f ,M 'nf ZX , f 'F ' ,I 9 f- .Ji ' 1-wgiitz 1 - 4- f I ,-r W V ,, J, 1? Q X ' ' YWW2.-. ff '-1 f : K 1 2:1 -1 ' - 3?:ilZf!fc5". f 2 Z 'Wiz 1 A , ff f 'iff X4 95 1. 3 ,i v , . EL' 1 - f- any ., v tl: ar.-s 1 1' , ..r'. ,- 41 Vt: ' " V A ,.,J,.,,, 1 1 f 4. ' f ,. .'-1.2 ff ' .af 3 .- ., ,gif ' ws , if " I, 3 , A 'iff far : . Mfr I :R ,,-J fig X . M 5 ,.f I i .I 1 f ' f A ,ff Q 'yi ' f 1.7 - ' v I I 1 f My ff ff' ff K f vyfZ'15i'f f x 1 'Q -1. A-458 l .. Undergraduates: Ree-Ron row one: REESE, DAVID K.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. REESE, JOSEPH A.: CFr.J: Dothan: Commerce and REESE, WILLIAM D.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Engineering. Business. REEVES, BETTYE K.: CFr.J: ' Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. REEVES, CATHY M.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. REEVES, DOUGLAS E.: CFU: Vernon: Education. JULIE L.: CFr.J: Troy: Education. REEVES, PHILLIP Guntersville: Engineering. REEVES, RANDALL C.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Education. REHM, KAREN A.: tFr.J: Mobile: Education. row two: REEVES, G. ULD: row three: REID, BRUCE S.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. REID, DIANE E.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. REID, JANICE M.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. REID, MARTHA J.: CSoph.J: Cherokee: Education. REID, MAR- THA P.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row four: REID, RONALD D.: fFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. REID, WILLIAM F.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. REIN- BOTT, BRUCE J.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. REIN- SCHMIDT, MARY A.: fJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. RELFE, MARGARET D.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. 'E i v I Ia. W -:-- wi , .. I I . 2. ' , t .- K: QIQZQ? -if ' fc! ' l ,A 'W 2 'frfggff . , ai 1 .5 1: ,,,. ' ,,.:fg.-, ' " ' .6555 X., ., 1 - Q 11:-vi.-1255 xt 1 1' f 'V-7' 'F -' 5 J . ,. Tl? 15' 1 Wx V0 , I xk ' . . f 2- ' 513- Q - " lv. f f' J, 4 , T- . ' -I I . Z' - x Q f , I ig ' I ' ,J-.. ikffin ig , I,-bil' ,- " ff ii? '. 2, : ,I . , I ' ..:. . A y T 1' ' ' V I 532 pf, if f , Af. 7 I . . ' ' f fi. 9.59, fi ' f im? 2 K 1 ,Z x ' . .,,.. in f Rig fbi. ,QQ .Si . 'JJ ' I, fi t ., .-2 - 1- X7 ' " 79115 -12.5, ,, sa. I X- , ye. I ... g gb, J Q: - . V fir: f -.J s fvg .I -f , ' af' 4: 3, +25 f I' I , , , . 4. t X -, , xi X, row five: RENTSCHLER, ROBERT W.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. RENZ, JAY S.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. REU- BEN, STEVE W.: CFr.J: Hattiesburg: Arts and Sciences. REYN- OLDS, JUNE: CSoph.J: Annandale, Virginia: Education. REZNIK, DAVID M.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row six: RHEA, WILLIAM H.: ISoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. RHODES, JOHN F.: CJr.J: Bay Minette: Commerce and Business. RIALL, BENJAMIN W.: tSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. RICCI, JAMES C.: tFr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. RICE, JANICE D.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. row seven: RICE, LINDA C.: tJr.J: Hueytown: Education. RICH, PAUL R.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. RICHARDS, DAVID L.: CSoph.J: Geneva: Arts and Sciences. RICHARDS, GWENDOLYN D.: tJr.J: Jasper: Education. RICHARDSON, DONNA K.: CJr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Education. row eight: RICHARDSON, JAN V.: QFr.J: Quincy, Florida: Edu- cation. RICHARDSON, MYRA E.: CJr.J: Jasper: Arts and Sciences. RICHARDSON, PATRICK O.: CFr.D: Anniston: Commerce and Business. RICHARDSON, SARA D.: ULD: Ariton: Arts and Sciences. RICHARDSON, THOMAS B.: CSOph.J: Talladega: Commerce and Business. row nine: RICHARDSON, WILLIAM T.: CSoph.J: Brewton: Arts and Sciences. RICHBURG, JUNE S.: CFr.J: Opp: Arts and Sciences. RICHERSON, LAURA L.: CSoph.J: Daphne: Arts and Sciences. RICHERSON, MARTHA G.: tFr.J: Decatur: Education. RICHERT, CLYDE W.: tFr.J: Springfield, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. row ten: RICHEY, JANICE C.: tFr.J: Fairfield: Home Economics. RICHETT, DONNA B.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. RICKS, DORA A.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. RIDDLE, MICHAEL D.: tFr.J: Childersburg: Commerce and Business. RIDGE, CECILIA A.: CSoph.J: Louisville, Kentucky: Home Economics. fy ' J 4 Wf , b f-'V 'A ' . ...-- 4...- Q,-f . QW' 0. . , Vg,-1 1 ff rv, 1 I , .- if Qafylgifq , ZS' 25 M -5 1 I X O 9 row five: ROBINSON, CLAUDIA A.: CJr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Education. ROBINSON, DALE O.: CJr.J: Millport: Commerce and Business. ROBINSON, DONALD J.: QFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. ROBINSON, ELLEN E.: CJr.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. ROBINSON, JOANN: tFr.J: Sulligent: Education. row six: ROBINSON, MARIA: CFr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. ROBINSON, MICHAEL A.: CJr.Jg Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. ROBINSON, PATRICIA J.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ROBINSON, RITA A.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation. ROBINSON, SUSAN E.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Education. row seven: ROBINSON, THOMAS R.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ROBISON, BRENDA D.: tSoph.J: Oneonta: Education. ROBISON, JAMES L.: CJr.J: Madison: Commerce and Business. RODBERG, KAREN S.: CSoph.J: Dayton, Ohio: Education. RODGERS, MORMA S.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row eight: ROE, SYLVIA D.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. ROEDER, JAMES A.: CSoph.J: Jasper: Engineering. ROGERS, ALEXANDRIA: CSoph.J: Richmond, Virginia: Education. ROGERS, BETSY: CFr.J: Moundville: Commerce and Business. ROGERS, DIANNE R.: CSoph.J: Russellville: Education. row nine: ROGERS, MARGARET S.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. ROGERS, MARK V.: fSoph.J: Urbana, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. ROGERS, MARY E.: fJr.J: Marion: Home Economics. ROGERS, PAULA G.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. ROGERS, SARAH: fFr.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. row ten: ROGERS, ZACK: tFr.J: Butler: Commerce and Business. ROLEN, J.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. ROLLINS, RITA E.: CJr.J: I-Ieflin: Education. ROMANO, DONALD M.: 1Jr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. RONILO, STEVEN C.: fSoph.J: Brewton, Arts and Sciences. row one: RILEY, GEORGE F.: CSoph.J: Madison: Engineering. RINGLAND, ADRIAN A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. RING- LAND, WILLIAM S.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. RITCHIE, C.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. ROBBINS, MARTHA R.: CSOph.J: Killen: Education. row two: ROBERSON, JAMES H.: tFr.J: Moulton: Education. ROBERTS, JACQUELIN: CJr.J: Parrish: Education. ROBERTS, JEAN: fJr.J: Union City, Tennessee: Home Economics. ROBERTS, LYNDA I.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Education. ROBERTS, SHEILA A.: tSoph.J: Troy: Arts and Sciences. row three: ROBERTS, STEVE M.: fSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. ROBERTS, WILLIAM M.: CSoph.J: Charlotte, North Carolina: Arts and Sciences. ROBERTSON, BRENDA G.: QJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. ROBERTSON, JANICE M.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Education. ROBERTSON, JOHN C.: CJr.J: Fayette: Commerce and Business. row four: ROBERTSON, ROBERT S.: CSOph.J: Clayton: Commerce and Business, ROBERTSON, SHEILA Z.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. ROBERTSON, SUE R.: CJr.J: Hartselle: Engi- neering. ROBINSON, BARBARA G.: CSoph.J: Athens: Education. ROBINSON, CARL W.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. Y M in 9 1 I 1 ,, ..., -. I ' 9,-.:.5: . ,fa-ty ff tif I, , .1 ,,-f, 3 ' 9.121552 ' , 2' - ' lf,-1' QV ? 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ROSEN, CAROL J.: CFr.j: Las Cruces, New Mexico: Education. row two: ROSEN, HANNAH J.: CSoph.J: Andalusia: Education. ROSS, ALAN B.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. ROSS, EM- MET S.: tSoph.D: Grand Bay: Commerce and Business. ROSS, JOHN C.: QJr.J: Guntersville: Commerce and Business. ROSS, SHEILA D.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row three: ROTH, SHELLEY A.: fFr.J: Fairfax: Education. ROT- TON, JANET R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ROUSH, LOIS B.: CSoph.J: Falls Church, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. ROWLAND, DAVID A.: lJr.J: Jasper: Education. ROWLAND, MARTHA C.: CFU: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row four: ROY, WILLIAM D.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. RUCKER, FRANK R.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. RUDD, MARY A.: fJr.J: Ozark: Education. RUDOLPH, FRANCES V.: tSoph.J: Albertville: Education. RUHLEN, VIR- GINIA G.: CFr.J: Brewton: Education. row five: RUMORE, DONNA J.: CSoph.J: Birmingham, Education. RUMORE, TERRY L.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. RUSH, BEVERLY S.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. RUSHING, REBECCA K.: CSoph.D: Tuscaloosa, Education. RUSSELL, DAVID C.: KSoph.D: Selma, Commerce and Business. row six: RUSSELL, LAURA V.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. RUSSELL, PATRICIA: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce Business. RUSSELL, RONALD M.: fSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts Sciences. RUSSELL, SAMUEL L.: tJr.J: McCalla: Commerce and and and Business. RUSSELL, STEVE S.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row seven: RUTENBERG, RANDY M.: CFr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. RUTENBERG, TERRY L.: fFr.J: Gadsden: Commerce Business. RUTLEDGE, CHERYL A.: QFr.D: Gadsden: Arts and and Sciences. RUTLEDGE, GUY L.: QSoph.l: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. RUTLEDGE, RONALD A.: CSoph.J: Pleasant Grove: Engineering. row eight: RUTLEDGE, WILLIAM E.: CSoph.l: Sheffield: Com- merce and Business. RYAN, GARY D.: ULD: Decatur: Business and Commerce. RYAN, JANE A.: CJr.J: Childersburg: Education. RYAN, WILLIAM A.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. RYLE, BENTON W.: CSoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row nine: SABO, SUELLEN: fSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. SAINT, BOBBY J.: CFr.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SALIBA, OLIVIA L.: CFM: Dothan: Education. SALLOWAY, RONALD G.: fJr.J: Sylacauga: Commerce and Business. SALMON, HERBERT S.: CJr.J: Mt. Brook: Arts and Sciences. row ten: SANDERS, JOHN R.: CJr.J: Sulligentg Commerce and Business. SANDERS, KITTY C.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Home Economics. SANDERS, SALLIE M.: CJr.b: Cleveland, Mississippi: Home Economics. SANDERSON, THOMAS W.: CFr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Science. SANDLIN, PAMELA: tSoph.J: Athens: Home Economics. 534 Q s . iw Fx . .,: .tt fe 'im ' ' i it - ww ri- ' X. 1 .f.t,s1s.,..,vf:.,-.f,i- we-..'.. , - , ': N, in: -' s1z.fg:s.f.vs s xx, .::...,1:g:-:.'r ,, :rr-fag, ' 'f . Sas. ' M 'ix'-'-T -fx TTVX-bf, BVI' .- 4- N. 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SAUNDERS, CHARLOT A.: fJr.J: Greenwood, Mis- sissippi: Arts and Sciences. row three: SAVAGE, BETSY A.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. SAVAGE, KENNETH, D.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SAVAGE, ROBERT M.: CFM: Bluenose: Engineering. SAVELL, PATTY S.: CFr.J: Ashford: Education. SAYER, JOSEPH E.: fFr.J' New Brockton: Arts and Sciences. Q row four: SAXON, JOHN D.: CSoph.j: Anniston: Education. SAXON, KERNEY W.: CSoph.J: Ft. Walton Beach, Florida: Engineering. SAYER, SANDRA I.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Eco- nomics. SCAIFE, JAMES G.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. SCANNELLY, SAMUEL J.: CJr.D: Bessemer: Edu- cation. row five: SCARBOROUGH, LINDA C.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. SCARBOROUGH, SALLY A.: fFr.J: Gulfport, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. SCAVLEY, DALE T.: CSoph.J: Birm- ingham: Commerce and Business. SCHAFFER, ALICE F.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. SCHAFFER, JOSEPH R.: fJr.D: St. Simons Island, Georgia: Education. row six: SCHAFFER, LINDA C.: fJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. SCHEER, PATRICIA A.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. SCHILLACI, BEN J.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SCHILLACI, SAM A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SCHILLECI, LINDA F.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education. row seven: SCHILLECI, VINNIE J.: CJr.J: Bessemer, Commerce and Business. SCHLEIN, NATHA C.: fFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SCHNEIDER, CHARLES F.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SCHOTT, SHERYL L.: CSoph.J: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Arts and Sciences. SCI-IWARZ, REGINA E.: CFr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. row eight: SCONYERS, CYNTHIA N.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. SCOTT, CONNIE S.:- fSoph.J: Florence: Home Economics. SCOTT, JULIAN H.: CSOph.J: Selma: Education. SCOTT, SHAR- RON D.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SCOTT, VARIAN C.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row ten: SEGALL, SHARON: CJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. SEGREST, JAMES M.: CJr.D: Huntsville: Commerce and and SELLERS, SUSU E.: tJr.J: Sylacauga: Commerce Business. SELLERS, V. LEE: CFr.J: Sylacauga: Commerce and Business. Business. SELVA, LANCE H.: fFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. row nine: SEAGLE, JULIE S.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. SEALE, BETH: CFr.J: Greensboro: Education. SEALY, BRENDA A.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. SEARCY, KAY: CJr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. SEARS, CATHY A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. 3 5, .fs w-W.. , -,-' f '- : ' aw- 4 -5-:V .2 ' , ,M .. ff W Q , if , 1 X s , I A z M A ff 5 qt f W X sift .Ky E? ff l r V . 6 Q ,. " f y.. 2. f 5. A s 2 X ff ff X ,QPU , X 1 Q EWR i .g k iy s gg . 951,55 po . , az- , V .A ' 1 Q 1 Ti: ff., V V - 41:1 ' V V72.'ff1Zf-'.,Lqz31sii: iff, H f . . . V V V':' " E251 ' ' f-"fI'73i , ,rf Vi' ' 512, '95,-1Ei2' VV 321- ev 2.3: 'V , -: I- 1' F , - 4 I. Z., 5 . ,,,,:g,M:.,3 'va ,,f',..:,..V:9::2 w 5 .,,... Q , I x Q f I ff xi -2 f :...+1:-Vm gif . V ' 'l ' P 'i E27 P .- V, 1' I ., N V- , . V f . . V , -iE:: f,.,,. . .i .. ,.,. , ... , .... . . . Kaaifimifbfw . fi ' ,fizrfl 'A' .-Q QV' :w:w1' QQ V A 2 '- " ' 2.2 ' - - '..1V::,:fV'621' E' 'pu , - ..,, , ef 5 iff? fe- Z 7' - ' V ,wwf V", -1 :Sy . V ,G r-':. - 7 " " "iw - I - I 1.1. ILL '- . ' Ulf . ' V cs - .V . . 4 1 'V N 1 . . row five: SHEFFIELD, PAULA R.: tJr.J: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences. SHEDEANE, DENNIS M.: IFr.D: Alexander City: Com- merce and Business. SHELLEY, BOBBY G.: IJr.J: Ashford: Com- merce and Business. SHELTON, MARY L.: CFr.J: Moulton: Arts and Sciences. SHELTON, STANLEY W.: ISoph.J: Commerce and Business. row six: SHEMPER, SAM: ULD: Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. SHEPHERD, JAMES T.: tFr.D: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. SHERER, STEPHEN W.: CFr.D: Tuscumbia: Engineer- ing. SHERMAN, CAROLYN E.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics. SHERRER, JAMES H.: CJr.D: Cleveland, Arts and Sciences. row seven: SHERRILL, FRANCES M.: IJr.J: Huntsville: Education. SHERRILL, JOHN D.: IJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SHERRILL, RUSSELL H.: CSoph.D: Athens: Arts and Sciences. SHIELDS, JOSEPH F.: CSoph.J: Grenalden, Pennsylvania: Engineer- ing. SHIMODA, STEVE H.: IFr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. row eight: SHIMODA, SUE H.: fSoph.J: Dothan: Home Economics. SHIRLEY, BRENDA G.: IJr.J: Gadsden: Education. SHIRLEY, CANDACE J.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education. SHIRLEY, ELIZA- BETH C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SHOPE, SHARON E.: CSoph.5: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row nine: SHOWS, ELIZABETH J.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SHULMAN, WILLIAM S.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SHULTS, GARY L.: CFr.D: Cullman: Commerce and Business. SHURETT, VIRGINIA F.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SHUTE, JANE C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row ten: SIEGAL, FRANK A.: IFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SIEGEL, ROSALIE L.: CJr.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. SIKES, MARGARET E.: CSoph.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. SIKES, NANCY E.: CFr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. SILBER- KRAUS, STUART F.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. 5 Undergraduates: Ser-Smi row one: SERIO, ROBERT A.: CFM: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. Mobile: Commerce and Business. Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. Gadsden: Education. SHAFFER, SESSI, W. ANTHONY: tJr.J: SEWELL, NANCY P.: CJr.J: SEXTON, JOYCE K.: IJr.J: EMMA F.: ISoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. row two: SHAFFER, MICHAEL J.: CJr.J: Abingdon, Virginia: Commerce and Business. SHAMBLIN, MARTY: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SHANNON, DONALD C.: IFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. SHANNON, JAMES M.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SHANNON, JANE L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. row three: SHAPIRO, KERRY: 1Fr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SHAPIRO, RHONDA J. CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SHARP, THOMAS E.: tFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. SHAW, BRENDA K.: CFr.J: Millport: Education. SHAW, CHRIS R.: tFr.J: Langdale: Commerce and Business. row four: SHEALY, LARRY L.: QJr.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. SHEAR, JOHN W.: tSoph.l: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. SHEARER, RUTH M.: CJr.J: Mobile: Education. SHEFF, ALLEN M.: IJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. SHEFFIELD, DEBORAH L.: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences. I '11 V ,Z V , . I . . I ...V s M ,, I I A. , , .. 1 :'1i,. . .. ' ' 'T .W . J ' ' V IQ- if fe , ' . I z .Vw 1 . . , V 86:21. . ' fwfr? -L. if 3- -- . ' A -:V -is 1 ff ' ' ' .aw , I X 522,21 " .V 3 . V U' -A I X I J , . .-,V.. L ,. ff I ' '. s 'W 1 X 1 3 4? .f 'ls :- V l F. -1 V F l A X A X I X ".. , " is I e fl X ... QI.-J x CSV fl R 'ff tri ' Q: T . ,,,x - ..., A iff 2.2 1 1: '1 ' ,. ' ., 212.15 x..t V ,iil ll--,, -. . -... V . r : r :: 4 N I row one: SILVER, MARK S.: CSoph.J: Biloxi, Mississippi: Com- merce and Business. SILVERFIELD, MORRIS: fSoph.J: Birming- ham: Commerce and Business. SIMMONS, BARBARA JO: CJr.J: Anniston: Home Economics. SIMMONS, JAMES S.: CFr.J: Kenner, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. SIMMONS, JUDY K.: CSoph.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row two: SIMON, JESSE M.: QSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. SIMONETTI, ANDREW J.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. SIMONETTI, ANDREW S.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. SIM PLER, CYNTHIA D.: fFr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. row three: SIMPSON, EDGAR W.: CSoph.J: Montevallo: Commerce and Business. SIMPSON, JACKIE L.: fSoph.J: Opp: Commerce and Business. SIMPSON, JANET: fSoph.J: Gardendale: Arts and Sciences. SIMPSON, LAMIE A.: CFr.J: Montevallo: Home Economics. SIMPSON, ROBERT D.: CFU: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. row four: SIMS, LOYD S.: CSoph.J: McCook, Illinois: Engineering. SIMS, MYRETTA V.: CJr.J: Alexander City: Education. SIMS, NORMA J.: CJr.D: Huntsville: Education. SIMS, SHERRY A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. SIMS, WILLIAM L.: QJr.J: York: Commerce and Business. '71, I 'F y , ,.. 1 ? I If lr f .. It 1 ' ' .VE-X ' .f'2ef:..s2S22:tiz:i:t:2 ff -X U-.fl Q, : t S . :Sax . ., x - .- . .3 ' . 1. Ig ,J 8 3 537 'f'5f.f' , it ' f' F... ' ' ' V p ,.,. . - f I i if 42" " if ' 7 5 js, ,fd s., ff' ,vt V5 gf,,1-3' "I ' ' -' '- A, V' , ,, , . 'A I Zi, ., V ET . ,, '- . . ,Q : V- . -B -is 1 I fx. g , I, . , ' 'f , ,'f .s ," ,g. , 'f Q . nf I If , ' ' A, Qggfiiiztz 5' 3. , -ru .-4 ,fi - I -. V ,,:t,v .. - f ell V :'.Z?.,-KQN. 532,532 ., Q',::.,,1- 5, 3254-A41-5.-mf 4: :iau':I, s.,if g: i""' - ' '- , .,.. f id? sf M5421 1? A J fi' , . ' 51 Tjl, I ' - , .t , Q Q Lf, fi 'I , " , - 4' . t -1 5: f : I I I, . ,hb Mig, .,.. , A S-.. fit , I. 5. I 'f Lila- I - V ' row five: SINGER, LISA A.: CFr.J: New Orleans, Louisiana: Education. SINGLEY, VIRGINIA H.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. SIRMON, RICHARD.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. SITZ, SUE E.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. SIZEMORE, CRAIG T.: CJr.J: Sulligent: Arts and Sciences. row six: SIZEMORE, RICK A.: CSoph.J: Gardendale: Commerce and Business. SKELTON, CHARLOTTE C.: CSoph.J: Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. SKELTON, LEONARD C.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SKINNER, ALICIA A.: CFr.J: Greenville: Home Economics. SKINNER, WANDA J.: CSoph.J: Eastaboga: Commerce and Business. row seven: SKIPPER, SUSAN P.: CJr.J: Cullman: Home Economics. SLAUGHTER, CAROL A.: CSoph.J: Ft. Worth, Texas: Arts and Sciences. SLAUGHTER, CAROLYN S.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. SLAUGHTER, CHRISTOPHER J.: CSoph.J: Selma, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. SLAUGHTER, ROGER D.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row eight: SLEDGE, LARRY D.: CJr.J: Rogersville: Commerce and Business. SLEDGE, ROBERT B.: CFr.J: Greensboro: Engineering. SLOAN, SUZANNE: CSoph.J: Scottsboro: Arts and Sciences. SLON- ECKI, JAMES J.: CJr.J: Linden: Engineering. SMALL, BRENDA A.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. row nine: SMART, BOBBY W.: CJr.J: Tallassee: Commerce and Business. SMEDS, JULIA: CFr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. SMILES, MIKE D.: CFr.J: Leeds: Engineering. SMILIEK, MARGARET A.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Education. SMITH, ALICE C.: CSoph.D: Anniston: Education. row ten: SMITH, ANN L.: QJr.J: Florence: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, ANNE M.: CSoph.J: Eutaw: Education. SMITH, BRIAN J.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, CAROL D.: CSoph.J: Leighton: Engineering. SMITH, CHARLES W.: CFr.J: Northport: Commerce and Business. . . JI, 1 1- -. fi? Ass .. r A I 1 A :x 'fi ' s. 'S ,,,.n, Y: : - ft B .4 4 . 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MA- . X . 'bw ssl 1 - V aj -1 .. - 1511: M v iz ., if iss- -.-1 - I .fp -- I ee fi il K ' 'i , '- '. MS- ,.: mf .:., ,f .3 " ' .... I ' Nt N . N. has , I I ' f' 12 - . .... ,,f .h Q ., ' i 53' -1 . s "",': ' 'Ii "" i-.1 x F Undergraduates: Smi-Ste row one: SMITH, CHARLOTTE A.: tFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, CHERYL S.: tFr.J: Toledo, Ohio: Home Eco- nomics. SMITH, CYNTHIA A.: tJr.J: Toledo, Ohio: Home Eco- nomics. SMITH, DAVID M.: tJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, DEBORAH L.: tFr.D: Fairfield Highlands: Home Economics. row two: SMITH, DEBRA J.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, DENNIS A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. DODGE D.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, SMITH, FRANCES L.: tJr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, GAIL: tFr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. row three: SMITH, GLENN W.: tSoph.J: Albertville: Commerce and Business. SMITH, JAMES W.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SMITH, JOHN A.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SMITH, JOHN T.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, LAMBERT P.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row four: SMITH, LOYD A.: tSoph.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Com- merce and Business. SMITH, MARTHA L.: CJr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Education. SMITH, MARY D.: tJr.J: Guntersville: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, PATRICIA C.: CSoph.J: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, PATRICIA D.: tSoph.J: Bay Minette: Education. row five: SMITH, PAUL T.: tJr.7: Gadsden: Engineering. SMITH, PHILIP H.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Education. SMITH, RAYFORD A.: tFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, REBECCA L.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, RICHARD L.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row six: SMITH, ROBERT C.: tJr.J: Goodwater: Commerce and Business. SMITH, SARAH A.: tSoph.D: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, SUE E.: tSoph.J: Springfield, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. SMITH, TERRY S.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. SMITH, THOMAS R.: tFr.D: Muscle Shoals: Education. row seven: SMITH, THOMAS R.: tJr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. SMITHERMAN, H. ONEAL: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SMITHSON, KATHERINE J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation. SMITHWECK, WILLIAM T.: tJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. SMOTHERMAN, WILLIAM M.: tFr.D: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. row eight: SNEAD, BONNIE K.: tSoph.J: Enterprise: Education. SNELL, LENORA E.: tSoph.J: Slocomb: Education. SNELLGROVE, JAMES W.: tFr.J: Ozark: Education. SNIPES, BELTON Y.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. SNODDY, WAYNE D.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row nine: SNOW, CAREY R.: tSoph.J: Guin: Arts and Sciences. SNOW, CAROLYN E.: tFr.J: Pearlington, Mississippi: Home Eco- nomics. SNOW, SALLY L.: tJr.J: Brentwood, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. SNOWDEN, CHARLES E.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SNOWDEN, JAMES E.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineer- mg. row ten: SNUGGS, CYNTHIA L.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. SNYDER, SHARON: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. SNYDER, SUSAN D.: tSoph.J: Halesite, Long Island, New York: Education. SOKOL, JERRY: tFr.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. SOKOL, JOE G.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row one: SOLLIE, VIRGINIA O.: tFr.J: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. SOLOMON, CHARLES P.: CSoph.J: Headland: Arts and Sciences. SOLOMON, DAVID A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SOPPET, CHARLES M.: QFr.J: Las Vegas, Nevada: Arts and Sciences. SOUTH, SUSAN R.: fFr.J: Red Level: Home Eco- nomics. row two: SPANGLER, JAMES A.: CFr.J: New Hope: Arts and Sciences. SPANGLER, JANICE M.: fSoph.J: Knoxville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. SPANOS, MICHAEL J.: Ur.J: Birmingham: Engineering. SPARKMAN, JULIUS M.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SPARKS, CHARLES L.: C.Ir.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row three: SPARKS, .IUDITH C.: CSoph.J: Tuscumbia: Arts and Sciences. SPEAKE, JAMES L.: CFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. SPEAKE, SHELIA K.: CFr.J: Alexander City: Home Economics. SPEAR, M. MARTHA: CFr.J: Prattville: Arts and Sciences. SPEAR, RANDELL F.: tJr.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. row four: SPEED, JOSEPH B.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SPEED, STEPHEN L.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. SPEEGLE, SHERRI J.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Home Eco- nomics. SPENCER, DOLORES A.: tSoph.J: Andalusia: Education. SPENCER, GARY H.: CSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. row five: SPENCER, NANCY L.: tSoph.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SPIVEY, BERVERLY S.: CSoph.D: Brewton: Education. SPIVEY, SUSAN: CFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Sciences. SPIRNGER, WILLIAM L.: tSoph.J: Gordo: Education. SPORNA, DEBORAH C.: CFr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. row six: SPOTTSWOOD, CLAUDIA S.: tJr.J: Mobile: Education. SPRAGINS, M. BEIRNE: CFr.D: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. SPRIGG, MILDRED S.: tFr.J: Louisville, Kentucky: Education. SPRINGFIELD, GENE: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. SPRUIELL, STANLEY M.: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Engineering. row seven: STAAB, DAVID I.: CJr.J: Bellevue, Washington: Arts and Sciences. STAGGS, DEWEY A.: CFr.J: Hueytown: Commerce and Business. STAHL, KENNETH H.: CJr.J: Hinsdale, Illinois: Commerce and Business. STALEY, KAREN L.: CFr.D: Haddonfield, New Jersey: Commerce and Business. STALLWORTH, ELINOR B.: CSoph.J: Evergreen: Education. row eight: STALLWORTH, FRANCES R.: tSoph.J: Evergreen: Arts and Sciences. STALLWORTH, JAMES R.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. STAMPS, CURTIS W.: tFr.D: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. STANBERRY, JUDY L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation. STANDARD, CLAIRE W.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row nine: STANFILL, JOE H.: CFr.J: Paragould, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences. STANKARD, LORI M.: CSoph.J: Cullman: Commerce STANLEY, ROBERT L.: QFr.J' Carmel, Indiana' Arts and Sciences. STANTON, IRENE L.: CJr.J' Richmond, Virginia' Education. 4,-3 ' ' 1 T2 'QQ -- , .- Q it X x 5.20- if J 'W W' If s . -M , x 6? w 'Q 'Q fs 'Hy 2 4 I iff' -1 f .- , -. . s is Qi 5, 5 f , . H., 3 5- 5-I - 11: ---'. . ' , .,,. .. , ,4- W? Q 1 W E' far 3 , f .. gf g f J. ISS' 2 fc f giggle . ..g..K?4 2 I as 0 XM S , ,gg are 1 Y t 2 w sf Z? UV? . ., Wd . I' L , 3 x x K I Es .. 45- -I ,A , - .Q t. z .Ig 1-. 415- ,- is ve. - pf . V. "1: e-vm -'-' I 5' YQ, TH. g 14. f l g- V3 -33 " - 'Q , ez. if l .4 X. Q . A , i J, . .. I f 1' J sz..-an . . fi., 'Q ,fit v R X v . JY ,WK W 'S .ggi ti, . .Q N W . m y : my 1 r . g ifff -. 1 ' 154.1 , , - M 2' Q- ' ' 1 f 4 ' ,iffy - . A 21. it ,if : 5 .:' .- ly , 4 ga? 'fc vi and Business. STANLEY, LAURA J.: um: sheffield: Education. 3 5 g row ten: STAPLES, JEANIE: fJr.J: Colonial Beach, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. STARNES, NANCI L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Educa- tion. STEAGOR, CLEDAS K.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. STEELE, LINDA J.: CFr.J: Centerville: Education. STEELE, RONALD P.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. Undergraduates: Ste-Tat row one: STEELE, SHARON A.: tFr.J: Florala: Arts and Sciences. STEENSLAND, MAURICE J.: tSoph.D: Dothan: Commerce and Business. STEHLE, JAMES E.: fSoph.J: Hope Hull: Commerce and Business. STEIN, JUDITH S.: fJr.J: Miami Beach, Florida: Home Economics. STEIN, MICHAEL L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row two: STEIN, SANDRA J.: CFr.J: Miami Beach, Florida: Edu- cation. STEINDORFF, GIL C.: CJr.J: Greenville: Commerce and Business. STEINER, DIANE: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. STEI- NER, EDWARD C.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. STEINER, MARSHA J.: CJr.J: Miami Beach, Florida: Home Economics. row three: STEPHENS, CALVIN W.: Ur.J: Childersburg: Arts and Sciences. STEPHENS, STEPHENS, MARK Business. STEPHENS, Sciences. STEPHENS, Sciences. KAREN N.: CFr.J: Grove Hill: Education. A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and RENEE: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and SHERRY L.: QFr.J: Huntington: Arts and row four: STEPHENS, MARY J.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Education. STEPHENSON, AILEEN C.: CSoph.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. STERIADES, ANDREW L.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Engineering. STEVENS, ALAN D.: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. STEVENS, JOHN H.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. l Q :iff 4 . ' I X .genus-1-1-Q.: qi- ., .. . . f 'fs-j , , ' , . . - --ily it ' lf' ' i f ' .. - ., Y, . ' .' Y ' W I l 6 ' l ' 7 i A- 1-. Yassin 'R : .- if f.- A I T' Lis' - . ' -I ' X -,. ... 'ig I I .. ..' V' i x . li ' V : - nv wg , - X31 X A t ..,. A 52,5 wget' . 4. a..V.f M ' .V 540 : .- . . Q ii? .2 ff' --hi' ,:?E:gi'K 'Q' .- - N 1 1 xg -ixggxx I WX'-Qs Q . , A.,. -U: .,,. I Aiizk fi. ' ' :. Qgsafi '7:f',,1X3-H It P ' ' i"l7'f.?1i,f f i .2 . 5 fjmirs- Q 14. . , H I f .,., . '- .- n -A'- ' 'L ' I i, E . . f. fr . I... , 6: .1 N 4, A 3 1.1,-,V , f - It C J xi: N, ., Ji Y V l .V L Q-nf, t . f. , . 'Y w row five: STEVENS, NANCY A.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. STEWART, H. WHEELER: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. STEWART, HARRIS W.: CSoph.J: Greensboro: Commerce and Business. STEWART, JASPER B.: CSoph.J: Alexander City: Engineering. STEWART, JERRY L.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Engineering. row six: STEWART, JERRY W.: CJr.J: Coker: Commerce and Business. STEWART, KATHY A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. STEWART, MARGARET A.: tJr.J: Bay Minette: Home Economics. STEWART, MARY J.: tSoph.J: Jackson: Arts and Sciences. STEWART, ORPAH A.: CFr.J: Monroevilleg Arts and Sciences. row seven: STEWART, SANDERS R.: fFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. STEWART, SANDRA J.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. STEWART, STEVE S.: CFr.J: Anniston: Arts and Sciences. STEWART, WILLIAM A.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. STEWART, WILLIAM G.: CJr.J: Scottsboro: Engineering. row eight: STILL, M. AMANDA: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. STIMPSON, FRANCES C.: CFr.J: Centre: Arts and Sciences. STINNETT, JIMMY D.: tJr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. STINSON, EDWARD T.: CSoph.J: Evergreen: Commerce and Business. STOKES, DAVID L.: CSoph.J: Elba: Commerce and Business. row nine: STOLLER, SUSAN C.: CJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. STONE, H. DWIGHT: fJr.J: Wetumpka: Commerce and Business. STONE, HERBERT D.: CJr.J: Wetumpka: Commerce and Business. STONE, JUDITH I.: tJr.J: Union City, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. STONE, LAURIE B.: ULD: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row ten: STONE, NANCY D.: CSoph.J: Bay Minette: Education. STOVEY, JOHN A.: tJr.J: Eutaw: Commerce and Business. STOVALL, PEGGY L.: CJr.D: Birmingham: Education. STOWE, ELEANOR: CJr.J: Wetumpka: Arts and Sciences. STOWERS, JOHN W.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. fs ' "" jg- 1292.2 s X sw? N-A " 3. A ,-Qs. ,gc . - -f ,au , 113 ee ' QL ' 'i. Nw- z, ..f.::yM . 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Q Q, v ,Q H. 2 X K Q ,Lf "q .Q 'Q.QQf,1QQQx Q QQ . . ' '- .Q ,, A QQ! -4 .f:,. 5 4 X row tive: SUKIENNIK, BARBARA J.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics. SULLIVAN, JEAN L.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. SULLIVAN, JOHN W.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. SULLIVAN, JUDY K.: tFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. SUMMERFORD, CLARK E.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. row six: SUMMERS, RANDALL K.: tFr.J: Town Creek: Engineer- ing. SUMNER, BRENDA C.: fJr.J: Moundville: Education. SUM- RALL, M. KENT: Chickasaw: Arts and Sciences. SUSKO, JUSTINE A.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. SUTHERLAND, GREGG V.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row seven: SUTTLE, PAUL A.: CFr.J: Brent: Education. SUTTLES, LARRY W.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. SUT- TON, CAROL S.: CSoph.J: Northport: Arts and Sciences. SUTTON, LINDA J.: CJr.D: Birmingham: Home Economics. SWANN, SUSAN A.: tFr.J: Ashville: Arts and Sciences. row eight: SWANN, WILLIAM A.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. SWEARENGIN, JUDY A.: CFIZJ: McCalla: Arts and Sciences. SWIFT, WILLIAM L.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. SWINDALL, SHARON L.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. SWINDLE, BILLY R.: CJr.J: Berry: Commerce and Business. row nine: SWOFFORD, STEPHEN K.: fFr.J: Cullman: Commerce and Business. SYLTIE, DAVID O.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Engineering: TAIT, JAMES E.: ULD: Camden: Commerce and Business. TAIT, VERA R.: CFr.J: Coy: Arts and Sciences. TANT, MYRA G.: CJr.J: Talladega: Arts and Sciences. row ten: TARWATER, THOMAS E.: CFr.J: Athens: Engineering. TATE, LINDA W.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. TATE, MAR- GARET S.: CJr.J: Mobile: Education. TATE, PATRICIA C.: CSoph.J: Alexander City: Education. TATUM, GREGORY N.: CJr.J: Mont- gomery: Engineering. row one: STRAIN, MARY J.: fJr.J: Brewton: Education. STRAIN, PATRICIA: fJr.J: Brewtong Home Economics. STREED, S. VIC- TOR: tSoph.J: Grand Bay: Commerce and Business. STRENGTH, F. DIAN: CFr.J: Prattville: Education. STRETCH, STEVEN D.: CSoph.J: Bessemer: Engineering. row two: STREVEL, PAULA S.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. STRICKLAND, DOROTHY J.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. STRICKLAND, MARTIN C.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. STRICKLAND, MARY R.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. STRICKLAND, STEVE L,: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. row three: STRICKLEN, MELINDA: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Educa- tion. STRINGFELLOW, ROBERT A.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. STRONG, M. SUSAN: tFr.J: Northport: Edu- cation. STRUBEL, JAN L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. STRUSS, FRANK R.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering. row four: STUARDI, KATHLEEN V.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. STUCKEY, DONNIE R.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. STUDDARD, ELEANOR: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. STUTTS, DAVID H.: CSoph.J: Jackson: Arts and Sciences. SUDDUTH, WILLIAM D.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineer- ing. ,r C xv Q, - . . .N ff . is 1 l ' B . s ' E Q. V- P5 12 ., - - 3: Q W ,i.X.',,.L , gf X, . kgs, 5 - 'Y' 5 QQ ,.-.. A,-" .X -1 Q. ,, - r . 1 ta, QQ Q ., - ' .. ... - . N- -... . ,,.. , ,, .. ,, . . , ,.. , -I, .,: ' - -:V 5.3 Q. :.., -. Y. . MQPVK. at A 9 .,.. I. 4 1 5 g s Q ' ' ph ,f....-,-: I 'Q -1, vw f . ' ,- 1, . i:1.a3.,.e -. Q 'Q:g, ,,:-- ., 1. .11 . , 'sfg-egg' ' .f :g 5.1: 1 .4 .few X W QE? , , . S . .I few v 'F i I .. 1 I , ' , ... i 3 'YV Q, 's , ,. .s:a:.z:-se., 'fa we M -..g:1i:.11.:1.3.. ,. 'Y Q ,Ms QQQ . s.- sg. 3... 1-E " i' . 3' :it ' Q..-QQ QQQQ Q, ' S? "P : v.. ' " f V 'ii' ,. Q' il .1 . Q., QQQ Q Q ., Q Q. Q . , I "vi , Ar Y A- K We " -- I rf' M f .. , .. . .. ., , ,.,,.,,,, tg W , X Q6 fx 9: If f W 1 I - ..... . .1 ' . Undergraduates: Tay-Tro row one: TAYLOE, FLOYD B.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TAYLOR, ANN: tFr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Education. TAYLOR, BONNIE J.: CFr.J: Pennington: Home Economics. TAYLOR, DEBORAH L.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. TAYLOR, DEBRA L.: CFr.J: Dothan: Home Economics. row two: TAYLOR, DON W.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TAYLOR, DONNA G.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. TAYLOR, FREIDA A.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TAYLOR, KENNETH W.: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. TAYLOR, MARY E.: tSoph.J: Lineville: Arts and Sciences. row three: TAYLOR, RICHARD S.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TAYLOR, STANLEY E.: tFr.J: Hartselle: Commerce and Business. TEAL, MICHAEL S.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. TEBO, MICHAEL A.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. TEEL, FRANK S.: tFr.J: Rockford: Commerce and Business. row four: TEEL, WILLIAM J.: tJr.J: Andalusia: Arts and Sciences. TERRY, ALLEN L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. TERRY, EDWARD M.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. TERRY, JUDITH D.: tJr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. TEW, CAROL A.: tFr.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. row five: THAGGARD, JANICE: tJr.J: Rutledge: Education. THAMES, MARY G.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Education. THARIN, MAUREEN A.: tJr.D: Ozark: Arts and Sciences. THEISS, KEN- NETH E.: tJr.J: Port Charlotte, Florida: Commerce and Business. THIGPEN, M. BABETTE: tFr.J: Norfolk, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. row six: THIGPEN, TERESA K.: tSoph.J: Norfolk, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, CAROL J.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, DONNA M.: CJr.J: Greensboro: Education. THOMAS, ELIZABETH L.: tSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Educa- tion. THOMAS, ELVIN D.: CFr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. row seven: THOMAS, GARY B.: CFr.J: Fort Payne: Commerce and Business. THOMAS, GEORGE S.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, JAMES D.: tSoph.J: Alexander City: Engineering. iTHOMAS, JOHN M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, JOHN W.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row eight: THOMAS, JUDITH A.: tFr.J: Vernon: Home Economics. THOMAS, KATHERINE L.: tFr.J: Gadsden: Home Economics. THOMAS, LISA M.: CFr.J: Centreville: Home Economics. THOM- AS, LYNN: tJr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, MARTHA J.: CJr.J: Vinemont: Education. row nine: THOMAS, NANCY K.: CJr.J: Jacksonville: Florida: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, RAMONA S.: CSoph.D: Athens: Home Economics. THOMAS, STEVEN M.: tSoph.J: Clinton, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, TERESA L.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS, TERRI L.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. row ten: THOMASON, WILLIAM R.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, CURTIS Y.: CFr.J: Geneva: Commerce and Business. THOMPSON, DAVID A.: tFr.J: Cullman: Engineering. THOMPSON, FRED W.: tSoph.J: Ashland: Commerce and Busi- ness. THOMPSON, G. EDWARD: CSoph.J: Repton: Arts and Sciences. . 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It iv 7 as Qs 16 oi' V , im. . , I4 -I, KI! 0 Ir . ., 1V , 1 ff 1 G f y ,Q f 4 9 7 15" f 1 L7 Z ff , , jc 9 ' 2 MZ? ! 1 e f T Q V if f' ea -.fr.V,,,,,f 3. 6, Z i .4 55' , fx 7, f if ' xv f . In 4 kts f Wi 46 W f f 7 , fl M.. f , j ,, .,:1'i2' ' Vh, - , 'Y ha , ., . V 191' A .Bl A 1 jg ' 1 .Z V' , .EVI :LV-9 row one: THOMPSON, JOHN B.: CSoph.J: Union Springs: Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, JOHN G.: fSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, MARY A.: fSoph.J: Butler: Engineering. THOMPSON, MICHAEL F.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, PAULA R.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row two: THOMPSON, ROBERT T.: tJr.J: Gardendale: Commerce and Business. THOMPSON, RONALD W.: fSoph.J: Columbia, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. THOMPSON, SUSAN C.: CJr.J: Homewood: Arts and Sciences. THOMPSON, SUZANNE: tJr.J: Huntsville: Education. THOMPSON, TIMOTHY N.: CFr.J: Hunts- ville: Commerce and Business. row three: THOMPSON, WILLIAM R.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineer- ing. THOMPSON, WILLIE F.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. THOMSON, LINDA L.: CFr.J: Columbus, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. THORNBURGH, JIM E.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. THORNTON, GARY W.: CFr.J: Cullman: Commerce and Business. row four: THORNTON, GLENYSS E.: tJr.J: Athens: Commerce and Business. THORNTON, JANE M.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. THORNTON, MARY L.: CFM: Northport: Arts and Sciences. THORWORTH, PATRICIA G.: tJr.J: Mobile: Education. THRASHER, AMANDA G.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. THRASHER, DAVID L.: CFr.J: Decatur: Education. row five: THRASHER, SHERRY A.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. THRIFT, RENE R.: tJr.J: Abington, Pennsylvania: Commerce and Business. THUSS, PAMELA C.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. Sciences. TIDMORE, KAREN L.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and row six: TIDWELL, PERCIE C.: CSoph.J: Nashville, Tennessee: Education. TILLY, WILLIAM H.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. TINDELL, ROLLINS L.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences. TINGLE, SUSAN B.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. TISSINGTON, BLIGH: tFr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. row seven: TOLLESON, D. SUZON: CFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. TOMBERLIN, CYNTHIA M.: CFr.J: Mobile: Education. TOMBRINK, MAGGIE: CFr.J: Dade City, Florida: Education. TOMLIN, E. MAXWELL: CJr.J: Ashland: Engineering. TOMLIN- SON, JACK O.: ULD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row eight: TOTH, JOHN P.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TOWERY, CHARLES D.: fJr.J: Charleston, West Virginia: Com- merce and Business. TOWNSEND, JACKIE L.: CJr.D: Florence: Arts and Sciences. TOWNSEND, LINDA J.: CFr.J: Red Bay: Arts and Sciences. TOWNSEND, THOMAS E.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row nine: TRAMMELL, CATHY S.: CJr.J: Hurley, Mississippi: Home Economics. TRAMMELL, JAMES B.: tJr.J: Pinson: Com- merce and Business. TRAYLOR, JAMES L.: CJr.J: Geraldine: Arts and Sciences. TRAYLOR, NANCY R.: CJr.J: Section: Arts and Sciences. TREADAWAY, TRACI J.: CFr.J: York: Arts and Sciences. row ten: TREADWELL, CHARLES S.: CSoph.J: Memphis, Ten- nessee: Commerce and Business. TREE, JAMES L.: tJr.J: Mobile: Engineering. TREUBIG, MELINDA M.: CJr.J: Fairhope: Education. TRIMM, JERRY M.: fSoph.J: Gordo: Engineering. TROUT, NANCY C.: QFr.J: Roanoke, Virginia: Arts and Sciences. ,.., H .F " V ff . - A P 9 ' . ' Jmgfgr 'AQQ . f- iw ' Vi. , .. -'4 -: f' za 4 . W.. ,. . , ,fm . af' 5 i ,L ,Q ? , J 1 s at 5375 ff- ? U . -fav ff 4? row five: VAIL, JAMES L.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. VAIL, ROBERT B.: fJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. VAIL, SHERRY E.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. VALEKIS, CHARLE V.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. VALESKA, DOUGLAS A.: CFr.J: Dothan: Education. row six: VALLAS, PETE: tFr.D: Mobile: Commerce and Business. VANCE, LINDA A.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. VAN WERT, NANCY T.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. VARGO, DAVID S.: fSoph.l: Cleveland, Ohio: Education. VAS- SAR, KENNETH M.: fSoph.l: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row seven: VAUGHAN, MYRA C.: CFr.J: Elba: Arts and Sciences. VAUGHAN, RENA E.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. VAUGHN, ROBBIE J.: CFr.J: Centerville: Home Economics. VEALE, GEORGE W.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. VENTO, ROBERT D.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row eight: VERCHOT, EDGAR A.: CSoph.D: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. VERTANDER, LISETTE K.: CFr.J: New Orleans, Louisi- ana: Arts and Sciences. VICK, JAMES L.: CJr.Jg Bossier City, Louisiana: 1 Commerce and Business. VICKERS, CHARLOTTE A.: CJr.J:,Tuscaloosa: Education. VICKERS, RICHARD W.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. row nine: VICKERS, SUSAN C.: CFr.J: Freeport, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. VICKERY, BARRY E.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. VICKERY, LILLIAN E.: CFr.J: Abbeville: Arts and Sciences. VILEY, ARTHER L.: fFr.J: Cottondale: Arts and Sciences. VINES, DANNY L.: CJr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. row ten: VINES, FRANK W.: fFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. VINES, SARAH F.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. VINSON, DONALD K.: ULD: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. VIN- SON, PATRICIA A.: CFLJ: Selma: Arts and Sciences. VINYARD, PAULA G.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. 544 Undergraduates: Tru-War row one: TRUHETT, PAT A.: Q.lr.J: Meridian, Mississippi: Educa- tion. TUCKER, HAREL W.: CJr.J: Hurst, Texas: Commerce and Business. TUCKER, MONA: Ur.J: Cullman: Education. TUGGLE, SPENCER H.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Engineering. TULLIS, JOFFREY N.: fFr.J: Flomaton: Arts and Sciences. row two: TULLY, E. CAROL: CJr.J: Guntersville: Education. TURNER, JOHN M.: CFr.J: Jacksonville: Arts and Sciences. TUR- NER, NAOMI L.: QFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. TURNER, NATHAN H.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TURNER, REBEKAH K.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. row three: TURNIPSEED, DAVID L.: CFr.J: Aliceville: Commerce and Business. TWITTY, LYNDA E.: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. TYLANDER, GENE R.: fSoph.J: West Palm Beach, Florida: Commerce and Business. TYMLIN, EDWARD D.: CSoph.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. TYRA, CHRISTOPHER J.: fFr.J: Seale: Commerce and Business. row four: UNDERWOOD, CRAIG D.: tSoph.J: Monroe, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. UNDERWOOD, EUGENE H.: CSoph.J: Mont- gomery: Commerce and Business. UNDERWOOD, THOMAS M.: CFr.D: Jackson, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. UNGAR, AUDREY J.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education. UTLEY, DENNIS D.: fJr.J: Cottondale: Arts and Sciences. ,W W-M W, W -,ZZ 'Y it W., U . E Q 4, ,i . Q V I f ,Msg , it 5 ,...- f 1. I I --2 1.11. , 2. I' ff y 4- , . H f l f k V-Aw " . I I 1 A I l ' ' , .,' ' l'-fff f: 5 I .T' 'rv 1 ea T. r E' -2- 'Z 35 1: - 'i-f s.-W V A I LA? , i Elgar.: ii "'ii. 1 4 my ,N l :XJ i W 1 X ' e , . 3 X X ',,.:.,. ? A If , . I :':. '24 2451? "-, I -. ,:... Q' . ' , . : I 1 ' ,:'-' ly... . X , :H -V., ' .. 1 X 'Q , g 1- ' -. .-Q 1' " J ' 'P x ' it J 1 ,A in , we I e , 'lr ' K ' f.: N I' 'Q iT 2' A is , it N .,-. ,-V. V A si it -. 1. .,- f F 1 . .5 it "3hxf5'g .' , , , 'Z 4 ' -, ref, ,z .lm ' i -4 -. . 5 s ,1 row one: VIRCIGLIO, JOHN C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. VISE, MARY T.: CSoph.J: Greensboro: Arts and Sciences Sciences. VOGEL, Sciences VODANTIS, DESPINA C.: CSoph.J: Fairfield: Arts and VODANTIS, IRENE C.: CJr.J: Fairfield: Arts and Sciences. GERALD K.: CFr.D: Munhall, Pennsylvania: Arts and row two: VOGEL, PATRICIA W.: CFr.J: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. VOLK, MICHAEL J.: CFr.J: Newark, New Jersey: Commerce and Business. VOSS, KATHERINE B.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WABNER, BECKY A.: CFr.J: Louisville, Kentucky: Edu- cation. WAGNER, DEBRA C.: tFr.J: Spartanburg, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. row three: WAID, CANDY J.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WAID, DONNA F.: ULD: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WAITS, MARY E.: tJr.J: Andalusia: Education. WAITZMAN, DAVID R.: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WALDEN, JO: fFr.D: Daleville: Education. row four: WALDROP, MARSHA E.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. WALKER, BRENDA J.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WALKER, CHARLES C.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WALKER, DORIS M.: CFr.J: Cincinnati, Ohio: Arts and Sciences. WALKER, GINGER L.: fSoph.J: Huntsville: Education. Xe? ii. K ' . . X - . f ft: 4 , - . U - X f -. ' v 5 :.. A W- I.: je,---.V 1 x Y . - 1 -t t .M '- :Y V 'i I - s . sn 1" ' 3 ,T 3 'C 'ivl x XS l XX X 5 5, . es: gk . 3 .,.. f' Q. ii! aweea W xv J gs X ii? . Q 'EP be Vo t X X 'I '- "" ., . K , ,.,4:1,i RK S Q Wx A il Q . Q safe -- is x we Q -1: use .ty-:W : mfs- .-.z-Es.: -: '. f A .- .,.. ,..... .,. . .,., .,. .,,.. . ,.',. . u I? ' 7.:1.:v-S, 'Wy' ": ff? 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"" - ",, ' fi - ,rr-sg ti- " . -: , K . 1 25 f U- .I gen. ,gags Q 4 1 ': . l N, I j 3 .af st, .. -. ., J ., .49 A5 e M-gg? 14 -f 1, tm: ' ' , -1 ci- :A-2 . -W' - -"' -A p"ff,3fL34s.,-M ' - -wg 2 f xv 1 H ' 'mf' ' - " - 5: . ,1:,'f- f I.5,--3:14 I tg, ' .. ' f .J ' t g-is i W a eff fffe - - 'T - .. - Q14--...' - i , it .f-' 1. ' -.a -7- 2- . .uw .- - Q ' 1 , ,fr . "rf - .. 'f ' ""' agp ga- . A,-53. f 1 .. " t' -"" 4 ' " :-. . 'f fi: " ,, ..,. I .1 , , gf row five: WALKER, GLENDA G.: fFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and MARILYN R.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WALKER, Sciences. WALKER, MARY P.: fSoph.J: Pell City: Education. WALKER, NANCY J.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WALKER, PATRICIA J.: CSoph.J: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Edu- cation. row six: WALKER, PHYLLIS P.: fSoph.J: Haleyville: Commerce and Business. WALKER, TOMMIE S.: CSoph.J: Cincinnati, Ohio: Education. WALKER, WILLIAM A.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineer- ing. WALLACE, DIANE K.: CFr.J: Fort Deposit: Education. WAL- LACE, FRANK E.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. row seven: WALLACE, LINDA J.: CSoph.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. WALLACE, PATRICIA A.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. WALLACE, THOMAS M.: CFr.J: Opelika: Arts and Sciences. WALLACE, W. CLINTON: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business. WALLER, STEPHEN E.: CFr.J: Decatur: Arts and Sciences. row eight: WALSH, VIRGINIA L.: CFr.J: Panama City, Florida: Arts and Sciences. WALTER, JENNETTE D.: CFr.D: Athens: Com- merce and Business. WALTERS, JOSEPH M.: fJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. WALTERS, MICHAEL D.: CFr.J: Coker: Engineering. WALTERS, THOMAS M.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row nine: WALTHALL, FRANK H.: QFr.J: Ashville: Arts and Sciences. WALTON, ANNE C.: CJr.J: Jasper: Education. WALTON, CANDY E.: tJr.J: Mobile: Home Economics. WALTON, PATRICIA L.: CSoph.J: St. Louis, Missouri: Education. WALTON, ROBIN E.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row ten: WALTZ, DAVID A.: CJr.J: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences. WAMSLEY, ROBERT M.: fFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness. WARBINGTON, LARRY G.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. WARD, CHARLOTTE: CJr.J: Camden: Home Eco- nomics. WARD, E. DIANNE: CFr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. I x v I req, at ,, I J.-.... , ,: , ,,,..s:-ztmg, 1:F"- me tr. -av: , G Q : 2-me " ' f . , I V. '. ':h.f'.i.z'2 g,2g.4Ee'fs:?" iz. " -- th V - , Z3.,:,t.1,,,: -- M V. 5, , 4 .,., 5, ag.: a. gg: Z? we . -ag... 5 .. -. . f . Q 'f "1 V' yr:-4 . ..V -L: Et , ' -' ' 4:24a 431 . . . . . .. f.. Z,,: ,.g . , I , . E ,.,, I ' X . xxx. tm. m t-225'-ff 2. 'I ' , ,, , 1 ..., : w ' r- ' - " . i I i 9 " ' . . , , -: ' ff: f .9 . f V Z, - 'V , " 1-iff iv? 1" gas. , , ' 'Y . f 'ffl .,., f5j.:5:!.f:l,,.:g:1 IM, H 4: ' . A I ' ., .::. ' ' ' . ai 'MW - 2-A ,. . . , :1 , 1, la .4-.' s ' I 1 .f - " , - . f' tif' I 57' ,i N f . A f " A ' st i . .. 2 i I V' is A f it? -'.g?q'ii : Q. 2, w, f .1-5 ., I ' : 1 , ..,. f- r . A . 1355515 5. -2 ga , U 1 I . H. -. .1 f ,, 1' -I 'fy' --:ft . I' 'T ' Q. ':'fj 'if ' 4 gg :Haw .K fl I 9- 4 ff "rl . " ' ' 2, ,- : N tis X ,D . 1 as V , Qt? " 5+ . 1 f ' -1-" ,' . :J I i vv . " ' ,. i : ' ' im. ,-.pA Q W X if f " ' ' I fin f f , . V fe.: ,g I ,, . ' 3233 , f f- lsr., t .tear in ,... ,FE , W -' 1- , Q 546 Undergraduates: War-Wil row one: WARD, HAROLD W.: CSoph.D: Sylacauga: Commerce and Business. WARD, JACQUELINE: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation. WARD, JANELLE M.: CJr.J: LaFayette, Indiana: Arts and Sciences. WARD, LAWRENCE R.:CSoph.J: Evergreen: Commerce and Business. WARD, MARTHA A.: fJr.J: Florence: Education. row two: WARD, NORA F.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. WARD, ROBERT E.: CSoph.J: Theodore: Engineering. WARD, STEVEN A.: CFr.J: Commerce and Business. WARD, WILLARD E.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WARE, PATTI L.: CFr.J: Selma: Arts and Sciences. row three: WARNER, BONNIE D.: CFr.J: Sumter, South Carolina: Arts and Sciences. WARREN, JOHN B.: ULD: Midfield: Com- merce and Business. WARREN, JOHN E.: CFr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. WARREN, VIRGINIA E.: CFr.J: Marion: Commerce and Business. WASSERMAN, LISA J.: fSoph.J: Washington, D.C.: Arts and Sciences. row four: WATERS, J. RICHARD: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WATES, GINGER C.: tJr.J: Bessemer: Education. WATKINS, JOHNNY M.: tSoph.y: Pinson: Arts and Sciences. WATSON, BENJAMIN M.: CJr.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. WATSON, BETTY J.: CFr.J: Hanceville: Arts and Sciences. row five: WATSON, ELDRIDGE J.: CJr.J: Hanceville: Commerce and Business. WATSON, SHARON A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WATSON, TOM: tSoph.J: Leeds: Commerce and Business. WATTS, BRENDA: CFU: Birmingham: Education. WATTS, DONNA L.: CJr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row six: WAY, ARTHUR L.: CSoph.J: Monroeville: Commerce and Business. WEAR, MARY L.: tJr.D: Ft. Payne: Arts and Sciences. WEATHERLY. MARY M.: tFr.J: Fort Payne: Education. WEA- THERS, BETTY C.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. WEAVER, ELAINE: tFr.J: Double Springs: Education. row seven: WEAVER, GREG N.: CFM: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WEAVER, NELSON E.: CSoph.J: Russellville, Ken! tucky: Commerce and Business. WEAVER, PAUL E.: CFr.J: Eight Mile: Engineering. WEBB, MELVIN W.: CFr.D: Cheyenne, Wyoming: Engineering. WEBB, PHILIP R.: ULD: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row eight: WEBSTER, ANN C.: QFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. WEBSTER, MIRIAM M.: tFr.J: Montgomery: Home Economics. WEEKS, JIMMY E.: tJr.D: OPP! Commerce and Business. WEEKS, NANCY J.: CFr.J: Guin: Home Economics. WEIDMAN, JACK K.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row nine: WEINSTEIN, GARY S.: tSoph.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. WEINSTEIN, JUDY A.: QFr.7: Birmingham: Education. WEINSTEIN, ROSALIND A.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Education. WEISS, ELLIS M.: tSoph.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. WEIS- SINGER, JULIE A.: tJr.J: Danville, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. row ten: WELCH, BETSY G.: CSoph.J: Mobile: Home Economics. WELCH, STEWART H.: fFr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Busi- ness. WELCH, WANDA O.: CJr.J: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences. WELDEN, VICTORIA: CJr.D: Wetumpka: Education. WELLS, H. THOMAS: CSoph.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row one: WELLS, MICHAEL A.: CSoph.J: Andalusia: Engineering. WELLS, WILLIAM A.: tFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WENTH, FREDERICK W.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. WERFEL, DEBORAH L.: CSoph.7: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. WEST, BRENDA J.: tSoph.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Home Economics. row two: WEST, SARA B.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. WEST, THOMAS C.: lFr.J: Franklin, Tennessee: Commerce and Business. WEST, WILLIAM F.: CFr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. WETZEL, RICHARD C.: CJr.D: Birmingham: Engineering. WHALEY, PEGGY L.: CJr.J: Geiger: Home Economics. row three: WHALEY, RAYMOND L.: CJr.J: Bessemer: Commerce and Business. WHATLEY, CHARLES L.: CJr.D: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business. WHEAT, MANDA D.: LFr.J: Fayette: Edu- cation. WHEELER, DONNA L.: CJr.J: Montgomery: Education. WHEELER, WILLIAM D.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. H row four: WI-IERRY, ALYCE D.: CSoph.J: Nashville, Tennessee. WHETSTONE, ANNE: CFr.D: Sylacauga: Education. WHETSTONE, JUDITH S.: CFr.J: Salonika, Greece: Commerce and Business. WHISLER, NANCY C.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WHITAKER, JOYCE L.: CJr.J: Decatur, Georgia: Commerce and Business. row five: WHITE, CAROL L.: fSoph.J: Louisville, Mississippi: Commerce and Business. WHITE, DEBORAH A.: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences. WHITE, HOUSTON H.: C.lr.J: Sylacauga: Com- merce and Business. WHITE, JANET L.: fSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. WHITE, JIMMY C.: CSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row six: WHITE, H. KENNETH: fJr.J: Talladega: Engineering. WHITE, MORENO J.: ULD: Evergreen: Engineering. WHITE, NANCY R.: lFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WHITE, PAMELA: CFr.J: Lookout Mountain, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. WHITE, REBECCA: CSOph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row seven: WHITE, STEPHEN I.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WHITE, THOMAS R.: fFr.J: Lacey Springs: Engineering. WHITED, MARTHA G.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WHITEFORD, PAUL R.: CSoph.J: Miami, Florida: Engineering. WHITEHEAD, RONNA G.: fSoph.J: Tuscumbia: Education. row eight: WHITESIDE, DAVID PJ tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WHITMIRE, SUZANiNE P.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics. WHITT, KATHI E.: CJr.J: Attalla: Education. WHITT, LARRY W.: fJr.J: Toney: Arts and Sciences. WHITT, LESTER J.: QFr.J: Gadsden: Commerce and Business. row nine: WHITT, LINDA: CSoph.J: Ardmore: Home Economics. WHITTEN, WANDA K.: CJr.J: Gordo: Arts and Sciences. WHIT- TEN, WILLIAM M.: CSoph.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. WICKER, GEORGE S.: CFr.J: Decatur: Commerce and Business. WIER, LOUISE M.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row ten: WILCOX, JUDITH C.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. WILDMAN, SARA K.: CSoph.J: Vero Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. WILKINS, CHARLES H.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WILKINS, JOSEPH S.: fSoph.J: Daphne: Commerce and Business WILKINS, MASON D.: CFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business. 547 f , ff., 4 if . .. , ' 'M W W 1 . 1-15.11 1 X E ,. . , N f I ly Q , , .. 0 .-71 c 7 'if X 7 , f' x " i f , I. Q.. ww' T f I if , , 6 ' at , ,t a. 1 f gt., ff"ii " 59 fl , . 2 . ' I. 'fp 5, -. s . - . v.., L, . . ' ' ' " ,,- fi c . " " ' V 1' . 21.95" ' ' f g f" 'liz' I 1 , wi " I . ity. ' W I : ' 9-'gg ' t ' ' 3.1 '3' ' ,fi I l., ff- I 5 . . . .4 ,. " 6 f ft f . 1 5' ...i 32: - I fig. 4, .,-15?..j.:5,4 ' '..'v.c'L' . " . ,A - ' P I f f I7 fa A , f ' 5 ' K a .. , A ,- I X .... if V.VA Q -- 5 5, Q ,Ag R :': -:..: ' px iff' 2' 4' n "Q "W ' 'W C? 1. - Q if I ,:,,'. V 5 3, 11 "f f x " 322: ...V-A 'f ""' , z ' ' :Q---1.-. 1 . ,. , x, ,. . ,, . , V . ,. , , . gt Cf., 'A f . 'fifiia 1:7 ' 5 ,. 15' 1 1, . 4' . " ' as 'I ,, ,fx ' ,Z-1. . . . 5-. 2 ,, . 5' N , - 4.n?'g. 1' 1513 : uf- jf, f ::': . I . t ,.,, I t " ' ' - A .Z .fl-vi.-'Z '. 4, , -4' - . I A ,W , , f , .,, , I 1? " effg y. i t . . 5:1--'24 V " 1 " ,f ,V i Yzfi ' 5 ' -'W X .1 i 1-V. . ' It ' I fi 7 1 . . yf f 4 -- ' 4' : f ' ', ' ' . -- 1' .i- " 4355? I A ' Undergraduates: Wil -Wri row one: WILLIAMS, BOBBIE M.: tFr.J: Citronelle: Education. WILLIAMS, BOBBY T.: tSoph.J: Livingston: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, BRENDA L.: tSoph.J: Ft. Rucker: Education. WIL- LIAMS, CAROLINE B.: CFr.J: St. Joseph, Missouri: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, CLARENTON A.: tFr.J: Chaton: Arts and Sciences. row two: WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA D.: tSoph.J: Oneonta: Education. WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA J.: tJr.J: Dothan: Education. WILLIAMS, DANIEL L.: tSoph.J: Anniston: Commerce and Business. WIL- LIAMS, DAVID: tSoph.J: Boaz: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, DAVID C.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. row three: WILLIAMS, DAVID R.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, DONNA F.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, GARY R.: tJr.J: Guntersville: Com- merce and Business. WILLIAMS, JOHN B.: ULD: Monroeville: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, JOHN S.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering. row four: WILLIAMS, LARRY G.: tSoph.J: Gadsden: Engineering. WILLIAMS, MARJORIE F.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, MARTHA E.: tSoph.I: Cullman: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, MARTHA S.: tJr.J: Columbia: Commerce and Busi- ness. WILLIAMS, MARY L.: tFr.J: Eufaula: Education. X ,w-t,.,5,- , . . ,tg 2. . ,, .1 g ' Ii - ' Q 'E 'J' 'f.:: the 1 ,x,.f , " it 5 ' 1: 1-ff , .1 '-rss: 1-11: .I RU ' -2 fi' M.. Q I' ,l ,gk ,ey j c rv 5 si 2 ,Q . , Q. .wg .f ' 5 I 2 x. 1 I 4 f' s. -fd f if X 5 5 y rf 1 1 Ai Q 1 5 I r L ,," 4 - 2 . 1 1 ef '5 .. 'Z' . P. f ' ' if Q - ,L . . r I i F A . ti " I f ? f 1 ' ,. 14 , 5 y M f 213 ' ff" 46 - Q1 -, 4' I at . I . , 1 " V. .A ..,- . 2 ' N- w fx 1. 3 :Vt f- f f 'W Q1 'Q f' 'ti -, V. le i 'weft 'af " f--' - - ' ' ' .. M, : .... . V. e 'K W ai ' 4 1 f 2 I 'efi' I I", .,.g tr, - :,.', -.rf ' .,',iv' ff W .- 1 . !ff3'l:'i'es e - .V . .W -.v4,,qf I gas! V 1 hp- T. f 4 c I 'f y, f . ., , ., .f ff .. t 'X I. Ehafafi . iw, .,f . . A, . V X VV . J .... A Vybv A Z . ,150 - 1,2 Z QL 1, , SZ K , ,A l 3 1 ' " I - gy, , - A 7 , ' V. 548 -f 4, , , , :Q 9 C , , '4 1 ef' 'f 1 at '4 'v tv -V ' 631. 4 - ef . , ' L. at N ' " 'viii'- Ql N 'ia ffl r 1 ' ' I I , J . fe ,V it 5 , - it, . . rv!! 3 1 X . B- A uf f ' S . f 'i R Q row five: WILLIAMS, MELVIA J.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, MICHAEL E.: tSoph.J: Columbus, Georgia: Education. WILLIAMS, MYRON D.: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, RAYMOND T.: tJr.J: Ozark: Commerce and Business. WILLIAMS, RICK L.: tSoph.J: Dothan: Commerce and Business. row six: WILLIAMS, STEVE H.: tJr.J: Eclectic: Education. WIL- LIAMS, WALTER M.: tFr.J: Sylacauga: Arts and Sciences. WIL- LIAMSON, ANN: tFr.I: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM- SON, CARL G.: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM- SON, M. LAMAR: tSoph.l: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: WILLINGI-IAM, HATTIE M.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Edu- cation. WILLIS, ROBERT B.: tSoph.J: Russellville: Engineering. WILSON, CAROL M.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WILSON, CAROLE A.: tJr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Education. WILSON, CAROLYN R.: tFr.J: Elba: Education. row eight: WILSON, CEDA D.: tJr.J: Florence: Commerce and Business. WILSON, CLAY: tJr.J: Flagstaff, Arizona: Arts and Sciences. WILSON. FRANCES G.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. WILSON, GLENDA K.: tFr.J: Morris: Business and Commerce. WILSON, HARLEY D.: tJr.J: Crownpoint, New Mexico: Commerce and Business. row nine: WILSON, HOWARD W.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. WILSON, KATHY D.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Home Eco- nomics. WILSON, LAURA M.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. WILSON, LIZ: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Education. WILSON, MARK H.: tSoph.D: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row ten: WILSON, MARY K.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. WILSON, PATTIE A.: CJr.J: Livingston: Arts and Sciences. WIL- SON, PATTY: tSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. WILSON, PEGGY N.: tJr.J: Albertville: Education. WILSON, PHILLIP M.: tSoph.J1 Childersburg: Arts and Sciences. W M f f I 1 5,54 pdf, o ff 6 W 19 , Q 64 ,ff Q.,-. 1 .55 H 44:73 ,- if 4 ' ti 4 " f eat' Q V M iii! Rx :IW D g H if I 1A ' I 1 ' . " ' Qi, g J E2 m ,V i E : . 5 1: 3 . . row five: WOLFF, JEFFREY A.: CFr.D: Decatur: Engineering. WOLFF, LINDA A.: tFr.D: Phil Campbell: Education. WOO, GEORGE: tSoph.D: Savannah, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. WOOD, JACQUELINE A.: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WOOD, JODY R.: CSoph.D: Birmingham: Education. row six: WOOD. JOHN H.: tSoph.D: Grunt, Arizona: Commerce and Business. WOOD, JUDY C.: CFr.D: Maitland, Florida: Arts and Sciences. WOOD, LEWIS P.: CFr.D: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. WOOD, RICHARD F.: tFr.D: Montgomery: Engineering. WOOD, RICHARD W.: Ur.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. row seven: WOOD, WILLIAM L.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WOOD, WILLIAM M.: tFr.D: Birmingham: Engineer- ing. WOODALL, ROBERT D.: tFr.D: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. WOODARD, KAREN L.: CFr.D: Reform: Arts and Sciences. WOOD- ARD, RONALD D.: CSoph.D: Montgomery: Commerce and Business. row eight: WOODARD, THOMAS B.: CSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. WOODRUFF, MARK E.: Ur.D: Russellville: Education. WOODS, DAVID R.: CFr.D: Vernon: Engineering. WOODSON, EMILY D.: tFr.D: Atmore: Education. WOODWARD, LEE A.: tSoph.D: Huntsville: Commerce and Business. row nine: WOOLFE, MARIANNE T.: Ur.D: Houston, Texas: Education. WOOLLEY, WILLIS P.: Ur.D: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business. WORRELL, JONATHAN P.: Ur.D: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Sciences. WORTHINGTON, WILLIAM J.: QFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business. WOZNIAK, JUNE K.: CFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row ten: WRENN, PATRICK R.: CSoph.D: San Bernardino, California: Commerce and Business. WRIGHT, ANNE T.: tSoph.D: Mobile: Education. WRIGHT, CHERYL A.: CSoph.D: Brewton: Home Eco- nomics. WRIGHT, PAMELA L.: CSoph.D: Cinnaminson, New Jersey: Commerce and Business. WRIGHT, PHYLLIS L.: CFr.D: Ashford: Arts and Sciences. 549 row one: WILSON, ROBERT J.: CSoph.D: Millbrook: Education. WILSON, ROSEMARY: Ur.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WILSON, WENDY R.: CFr.D: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. WIMBERLEY, MARY L.: Ur.D: Silas: Arts and Sciences. WINDHAM, WILLIAM: Ur.D: Enterprise: Commerce and Business. row two: WINGO, EMILIE J.: Ur.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WINTER, CAROL A.: Ur.D: Mobile: Education. WISDOM, JOHN C.: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WISE, CECIL E.: fSoph.D: Elba: Arts and Sciences. WISE, DANNY P.: CSoph.D: Kinston: Arts and Sciences. row three: WISE, GEORGIA: Ur.D: Hazlehurst, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. WISE, JULIE: CSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. WISE, MARY E.: tSoph.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. WITTMEIER, MAMIE S.: fSoph.D: Oneonta: Arts and Sciences. WOHANKA, PATRICIA F.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. row four: WOLAN, KAREN B.: Ur.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. WOLE, GREG J.: Ur.D: Montgomery: Education. WOLF, STEVEN M.: CFr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. WOLFE, CAROL: tSoph.D: Jasper: Education. WOLFE, JOHN R.: Ur.D: Columbus, Georgia: Education. - ' ? Y f' . ,A fm' 5 If-1 , 1 27 5 -A, E.: .,.,. L, ,--- , .. ' " 5 ' ' 4 ' " , Mi. ' .5 " ' ff '32 Y 441 J 4. I f f M44 , - f gg : - mf by , Mmsm 1 I . Q ..,. .fi .V 1.f,'.f..i 1 , " fi . I Q, x, J.: H 1- . ' V.: ', f4,f' . . . ... .. f A 1 "" - ' ' . : ' A 'W i::' 1 .... 1 it . H .. V , 7511214 fi: ' ffsa,:.e an We" D my 1.1, V 2 - . ,. .- Q aL -V , 1 f g n 1 - J f"' ' ' . l ' A fin H A, V A, ' ' X yn, V A Tk: J . . lf,-, Undergraduates: Wri-Zor row one: WRIGHT, SANDRA S.: tSoph.J: Springville: Arts and Sciences. WRIGHT, SILAS T.: tJr.J: Montgomery: Engineering. WYATT, BOBBY L.: tFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education. WYATT, KIRK S.: tFr.b: Hoffman Estates, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. WYMER, JOHN F.: tJr.J: West Palm Beach, Florida: Arts and Sciences. row two: YANN, BETTY F.: CFr.J: Boaz: Home Economics. YARBROUGH, MARGA D.: CJr.l: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. YEAGER, ALFRED H.: tJr.J: Sacramento, California: Arts and Sciences. YEAGER. DEBORAH J.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation. YEAGER, EARL S.: tJr.D: Welch, West Virginia: Commerce and Business. row three: YEAKLE, PRISCILLA J.: tSoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences. YOCUM, GYPSY A.: tFr.J: West Blocton: Arts and Sciences. YORK, ANNE S.: tFr.Jg Jackson, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. YORK, CAROL: tSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences. YOUNG, MARTHA A.: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row four: YOUNG, MARY M.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. YOUNG, PAULA J.: tFr.7: Birmingham: Education. YOUNG, PHILLIP L.: tFr.7: Arab: Engineering. YOUNGBLOOD, SARAH J.: tFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Education. YOUNGBLOOD, SUSAN: tJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences. row five: YOW, LESTRYET N.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ZAKANYCZ, MARY A.: tJr.l: Decatur: Education. ZAPOTOCKY, JOANNE M.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Education. ZASA. ROBERT J.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. ZEFF, MIRIAM E.: tFr.J: Florence: Education. row six: ZETTLE, PHILIP O.: tJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering. ZINSER, ROBERT S.: tFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ZION, GARY A.: tSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business. ZORN, BECKY: tFr.J: Birmingham: Education. 0' S 4432565 1' fw,.,.-.tvpf . . . , 14 1. ,. az-z:f,f,.75 .- -, , f JA , ,,f I I . 2 fiwiw ' , 4. 5 , E1 2' "M tn.:-" "H f vfffw . . "5 . , A- 'j.,, ,W I J" .2 .3 , QQ f f ' , I Q: i-a:.j,w f . 2,-V . "::,:,:42-1-I ,Lizzy : 43,54 , ,gy . . , , , . ly 4, M fgaft 'I .. f ,e f yi- If I N . ' v V :fn-72 ly .5 ' i 'E .1- .' . 6, ..v , 7 .,,, , N ' 1 f If . 5, z 3 419. ,... 'V 3 'W " .. .,-, ,, . .. . , I .. 7 .V TA I I VF? :fl-i my ' 1 . f-gg . 4 F ' .. ' V ' ' QJWQH ' 1., A '- - E . " . 1 ' 1 ' v ' K I X gl if 1 ' ,I A. f 'Il ' 5 fl L ll as ' I ' W ' ig I 1 QV . 'ax V 3 4 1 bn: 1.1 if l -:' -u ll , , :Q f l Eeiffz-11 - I r Senior ABELE, JULEA: Kappa Kappa Gamma. ABERNATHY. JR., WILLIAM J.: UAH Rowing Team. SGA Representative. AGEE, WILLIAM H.: Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sig- ma, Jasons, SGA S e c r e t a r y- Treasurer. Student Court Jus- tice, Men's R e s i d e n c e Hall Council Secretary-Treasurer. Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Del- ta Sigma Pi. AKRIDGE, R O B E R T M.: American Society of Civil En- gineers. ALEXANDER, THOMAS R.: Delta Tau Delta. ALFORD, THOMAS J.: Kappa Alpha. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Arts and Sciences Honors Program. ALLDREDGE, BILLY H.: Chi Epsilon, ASCE. ALLEN, JR., CARLOS R.: Al- pha Kappa Psi. ALLEN, EMILY E.: NSEA. ALLEN, III, GEORGE W.: Sig- ma Nu, Marketing Club, Ala- bama Insurance Society. ALLEY, SUSAN L.: K a p p a Delta. ALLISON, SONJA D.: Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Kappa Delta Pi. ANDERSON, EVELYN B.: Phi Mu, Association of Interior De- Honors signers, Alabama Home Eco- nomics Association, C o r o l l a Beauty, Corolla Favorite. ANDERSON, THOMAS P.: Al- pha Tau Omega, Jasons. Scab- barcl and Blade, Student Traffic Court, Inter-Fraternity Council. ANDREWS, EVERETT R.: American Society of Civil En- gineers. ARENCALL, ROBERT A.: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. ARNOLD, CHARLES E.: Cir- cle K Club Treasurer. Alabama Insurance Society, Football and Track. Karate Club. ARNOLD, STEPHEN R.: Delta Tau Delta. ASHFORD, DONNELL C.: Phi Eta Sigma. Psi Chi, W e sl e y Foundation Vice-President, Uni- versity Weight Lifting Club. ATCHLEY, ROBERT D.: Delta Sigma Pi. AUERBACH, LARRY A.: Zeta Beta Tau, Theta Tau, SGA House of Representatives, SGA Senate, Engineering Executive Council, Chairman Tutorial As- sistance Program. AVERY, JAMES R.: S ig m a Chi. AVERY, JR., RICHARD M.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma. AXT, LINDA K.: Alpha Omi- cron Pi, Secretary of Pasteur Society, Phi Sigma Kappa, Moonlight Girl, Phi Sigma Kap- pa Little Sister, Campus Chest Sub-chairman. AYCOCK, JERRY A.: Alpha Gamma Delta Scribe. BACCUS, LINDA E.: Delta Epsilon, Million Kappa Dollar Band, MBE Judiciary Council. Choral Union. BACCUS, WILLIAM R.: Mu- sic Educator's National Confer- ence. University Symphony Or- chestra, University Symphony Band, U n i v e r sity Marching Band, University Brass Ensem- ble. BADHAM, CRAWFORD G.: Delta Tau Delta. BAGWELL, DRENDA C.: Ala- bama lnsurance Society, AWS Office Committee, AWS Elec- tions Committee. BAILEY, GEORGIA A.: Zeta Tau Alpha, AWS C o u n c i l s, League of Women Voters. BAILEY, JAMES W.: Arnold Air Society. Afro-American As- sociation. BAITES. JOHN W.: Chi Phi. IFC. BAKER, Ill, BROOKS H.: The- ta Tau. BAKER, JAMES R.: Pi Kappa Alpha. BALLARD, GARY C.: Univer- sity Rifle team. BANKSTON, SHELIA F.: Chi Delta Phi. BARNES,STEVENSONF.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Epsi- lon Rho. BASON, EDWARD M.: Phi Epsilon Pi. BATCHELOR, SON YA D.: American Institute of Interior Designers President, Harris Hall Secretary and Vice-President. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. ' BATEMON, BETTY M.: Phi Upsilon Omic1'on. Agnes Ellen Harris Vice-President. BATES, BETTY M.: Delta Del- ta Delta Secretary. BATES, DONNA J.: Vice-Pres- ident of Harris Hall. BATES, ,ioHN M.: Pi Kappa Phi. BAYER, KIMBERLEY H.: Al- pha Gamma Delta. BEARD, DEBORAH C.: Mu Phi Epsilon. BEARDEN, R O N A L D P.: AIAA, C a m p u s Crusade for Christ. BEASON, STEPHEN E.: Theta Chi. BEATON, ROBERT M.: Phi Sigma Kappa. BEAUCHAMP, L Y N N M.: Kappa Delta. BEAVERS, VIRGINIA L.: Pi Beta Phi. BECKHAM, EUGENE C.: Beta Beta Beta. BEELER, JOHN H.: Delta Kap- pa Epsilon. BENEFIELD, PHILIP C.: Del- ta Chi, Delta Sigma Pi Secre- tary, Traffic Cou rt. BENNETT, JR., CLARENCE H.: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Mil- lion Dollar Band. BERINGER, KEN B.: Z e t a Beta Tau. BERRY, SUSAN E.: S p i r i t, Town Girls, University Singers. BISSELL, JEAN S.: K a p p a Delta. BLACK, BEVERLY .I.: Sigma Alpha Pi, Town Girls. BLACKBURN, III, ROBERT H.: Alpha Sigma Phi. BLACKMON, LOUISE S.: Al- pha Gamma Delta, National Collegiate Association for Sec- retaries. BLACKSHEAR, ALAN D.: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. M il l io n Dollar Band. BLAIR, MARY A.: Delta Gam- ma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Mortar Board, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, Triangle Secretary, AWS Convention Committee, Spirit Usherette, Freshman Council AWS Scholarship Chairman. BLALOCK, SHERRY B.: Phi Upsilon Omicron. BOLES, KATHERINE A.: Del- ta Zeta. W.: Phi BONE, ALLANNAH Upsilon Omicron. BONE, GEORGE R.: Education Majors Club, Football Team, 'A' Club. Physical Summer BOOTH, BETTY J.: AWS President, WRHC Co- C h a i rm a n, MBE President. AWS House of Representatives, Freshman Council. Coordinator of Activities in Byrd Honor Dorm, Delegate IAWS Conven- tion. BOOTHE, EDWARD D.: Amer- ican Chemical Society. BORNSTEIN, THADA: Sigma DeltaTau. BOSHELL, L I N D A B.: Phi Theta Kappa. BOWDEN, MARY E.: Kappa Delta. BOXALL, IVA C.: Alpha Chi Omega. BOYD, ANDA: Alpha Gamma Delta. BOYD, RICHARD H.: Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Institute for Electrical And Electronic Engineers. BOYETT, MYRIAM D.: Delta Gamma. Agnes Ellen Harris, Spirit. BRACKIN, LINDA M.: Alpha Gamma Delta. BRADFORD, G E O R G E M.: Kappa Alpha Secretary, Intra- mural Football. BRANTLEY, JR., GEORGE B.: Assistant Swimming Coach. BRAZIL, MARTHA L.: Alpha O mic r o n Pi Vice-President. Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Spirit, Crimson Girl, Panhellenic Rush Coordinator, AWS T u to r i al Committee. BREEDEN, CATHY A.: Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Spanish Club. Lambda Chi Alpha Cres- centGirl. BREWER, ELIZABETH E.: Panhellenic Representative, Ush- erette, Corolla Staff, Crimson KY White Staff. BRIDGES, DONNA G.: Phi ChiTheta. BRIDGES, JAMES E.: Ameri- can Society for Training And Development. BRITTON, KATHLEEN D.: Zeta Tau Alpha. BROOKER, JOHN R.: Alpha Epsilon Rho, Sports Director WABP. Down Under Associa- tion. BROOKS, MARION K.: Kappa Alpha Theta. BROUGH, MARGARET C.: Al- pha Kappa Delta, Psi Chi Sec- retary. AWS Scholarship Com- mittee, D o r m i to ry Judiciary Council, U n iv e r s i t y Theatre Staff, University Players. Dean's List. BROUGHTON, DOROTHY E.: Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Upsilon Omicron. Agnes Ellen Harris, Spirit, Dean's List. BROUGHTON, MARY E.: Zeta Tau Alpha Rush Chairman. BROWN, ANNE I.: Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. ROTC Sponsor. BROWN, JR., HARRY I.: Kap- pa Sigma Treasurer. Delta Sig- ma Pi Social Chancelor. Com- merce President, Army ROTC Cadet Officers Club. Scabbard and Blade Treasurer. School of Commerce and Business Vice- President, Chairman 1968 Homecoming Beauty Pageant. Commerce S c h o ol Executive Council. Distinguished Military Student. Army ROTC. Com- merce and Business Marketing Dept. Student Assistant. BROWN, HOWARD R.: Intra- mural Sports. BROWN, KATHRYNE A.: Del- ta Delta Delta, AWS Publicity Committee, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister. Spirit. BROWN, LARRY W.: Pi Kap- pa Phi, lnterfraternity Council. French Club Treasurer. BROWNE, ROBIN L.: Theta Beta Pi Secretary. Sigma Gam- ma Tau, Alpha Lambda Delta. AIAA Secretary. BRUSN IGHAN, JOSEPH E.: IEEE. BRYAN, LYNN E.: Spirit Club. BUFFLER, MARY L.: Alpha Omicron Pi Rush Chairman. Al- pha Kappa Delta, MBE Secre- tary, Panhellenic, Spirit Club, Newman Club. University Af- fairs Committee BUIE, PRISCILLA T.: Kappa Delta. BURCHFIELD, PATRICIA J.: Student A ffi l i a t e, American Chemical Society. BURNET, D O R O T H Y E.: House Judiciary Council. BURNS, WILLIAM A.: Beta Theta Pi. BURT, THERESA A.: Delta Delta Delta. 552 BURTON, HAL S.: Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, President. IEEE Secretary, Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society, FIP. BUSH, SHARON W.: Alpha Delta Pi, Tau Beta Pi Cataloger, Pi Mu Epsilon, T r i a n gl e, AICHF Vice-President. BUSSEY, PATRICIA G.: Zeta Tau Alpha. CAFFEY, JANE: Kappa Alpha Theta. CAIN, JERRY L.: Phi Kappa Psi. CAIN, JUDITH A.: Zeta Tau Alpha Treasurer. Corolla Editor, AWS Committee. CAMPBELL, M A R S H A L.: Delta Zeta. CAMPBELL, SARAH H.: Al- pha G a m ma Delta. Alpha Lambda Delta. Psi Chi. CAMPBELL, STEVEN G.: Phi Sigma Kappa. CAMPBELL, SUSAN E.: Alpha Gamma Delta, Psi Chi. C A N D A C E, MC GAUGHY: Alpha Epsilon Rho Treasurer. Tutwiler H all Vice-President. Harris Hall Activities Chairman. Traffic Director WABP. CANNON. LINDA C.: Phi Chi Theta. Dorm Treasurer. CANZONERI, BRENDAN: Phi Mu Membership Director. Na- tional Collegiate Association for Secretaries Vice-President. CAPILOUTO, LARRY E.: Zeta Beta Tau Vice-President. Delta Epsilon Pi. SGA House of Rep- resentatives. H o u s e Finance Committee. University Center Governing Board. Public Rela- tions of Alabama Travel Center. CARDEN, BRADLEY L.: Al- pha Epsilon Delta. Pi Mu Epsi- lon, SGA House of Representa- tives, MRHC. CAREY, CAROL L.: Phi Mu. Marketing Club. Fashion Inc. President, Agnes Ellen Harris. CARPENTER. SHEREL L.: Al- pha Chi Omega. CARROLL, KELLS C.: Sigma Nu. ASA. Traffic Court. CARROLL, WAYNE G.: Amer- ican S oc i e t y of Civil Engi- neering. CATTS, ERWIN C.: Pi Kappa Alpha. Arnold Air Society. CHABANNES, RENE N.: Phi Mu Alpha. Band, Orchestra. Woodwind Chamber Music. CHAMBERS, JAMES G.: Sig- ma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Delta. CI-IAMBLISS, BENTON: Mar- keting Club, American Market- ing Association, Circle K Club. CHAMPION, CAROLYN R.: Delta Delta Delta. CHAPPELL, C A R O L Y N S.: Zeta Tau Alpha. CHIARELLA, SAM V.: Beta Alpha Psi, Dean's List. CHILDS, MARGARET W.: Delta Delta Delta. CHILDS, SUSAN E.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHILDS, WILLIAM H.: Theta Chi Vice-President, Phi Mu Ep- silon, Alpha Epsilon Delta Pres- ident, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. CHRISTOPHER, J U L I A L.: AID. CHUDY, ROBERT J.: Wesley Foundation, Dormitory Vice- President, SGA Ticket Commit- ICC. CHURCH, BARBARA L.: Al- pha Chi Omega. CLAY, ALYCE E.: Alabama Camera Society, University of Alabama Advertising Club. CLAY, FRED H.: Phi Kappa Psi. CLEMENTS, JUDITH C.: Town G i rl s, CEC. Undergraduate Committee Member for Special Education Department. C L E A G E, KATHERINE S.: Delta Delta Delta. CLICK, SARAH V.: K a p p a Delta, YWCA. Spirit. CLOVVERS, DENNIS E.: Sigma Chi. Real Estate Club President, Finance Club. Marketing Club. CLOWERS, PATRICIA L.: Del- ta Zeta. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Marketing Club. COBB, CATHY A.: A l p h a Gamma Delta. COBB, LOIS M.: Pi Beta Phi. Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Mortar Board. Triangle, AWS President. Intercollegiate AWS Convention Program Chairman. Student Life Committee, Board of Publica- tions. New College Committee. COBB, WILLIAM A.: Kappa Alpha. Omicron Delta Kappa. Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Inter- fraternity C o u n c i I Secretary. ASCE, COBBLE, JR., ARTHUR L.: Pi Kappa Phi. COCHRAN, TOMMIE D.: So- ciety for the Advancement of Management. American Society for Training and Development. COCHRANE, W. ALLEN: Phi Gamma Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu Secretary. IEEE Chairman, "Engineering News" Editor. Institute of Electrical And Electronic Engineers, Engi- neering Executive Council. COGGIN, DIANA L.: Phi Up- silon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, American Interior Designers. COGGIN, JOHN C.: Delta Sig- ma Pi, Finance Club, Air Force Officers Club. COGGINS, CHARLES E.: Beta Alpha Psi. COLE, DONALD D.: "High Tides" Business Manager, Chair- man, Executive Board of Uni- versity Christian Student Center. COLEMAN, DORTHA J.: Al- pha Epsilon Rho Secretary. CONNORS, T H O M A S H.: SAM. CONWAY, JOHN L.: Theta Chi, School of Arts and Sciences Vice-President, Cadet Officers Club. Commander Sabue Drill Team. COOK, BRENDA G.: House Judiciary. COOK, HARRY C.: Marketing Club. COONEY, LINDA S.: Alpha Chi Omega Secretary, Phi Chi Theta Secretary, "Y" Chaplain, Spirit. COOPER, BYRON L.: Theta Kappa Epsilon, Society for the Advancement of Management President. CORDER, JAMES M.: Phi Del- ta Theta, Scabbard and Blade. CORNELL, KAREN A.: Alpha Chi Omega Warden, Phi Upsi- lon Omicron Editor, Agnes El- len Harris, Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister. CORNUTT, RONALD J.: Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. COSBY, THOM AS D.: Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma. COTHRAN, REBECCA S.: Al- pha Gamma Delta. COX, WILMA O.: Kappa Delta Treasu rer, Chi Phi Delta, YWCA. CRADDOCK, JUDITH E.: Sig- ma Alpha Eta, Junior Council. CRAIG, JENNY O.: Delta Del- ta Delta. CREEL, WILLIAM R.: Delta Sigma Pi, Young Republicans. CRIM, ROBERT D.: Marketing Club. CROCKER, CHARLES E.: Pi Mu Epsilon, AIAA. CROSS, JANIS E.: HPER Ma- jors Club Treasurer. CROSS, JOHN B.: G e o lo g y Cilub, Geological Survey Associ- a ion. CROTTY, REID A.: Phi Eta Slgma, Tutorial Assistance Pro- gram, SGA Committee, Men's Residence Hall Council. CROWDER. BENNY E.: Soci- ety for the Advancement of Management. CROWSON, REBECCA K.: Al- pha Lambda Delta, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Scholarship Award, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, AWS Scholarship Committee, Crimson Girl Finalist, Air Force ROTC Sponsor Nominee, Temple Uni- versity European Study-Tour Scholarship. CROY, CATHERINE M.: Al- pha Kappa Delta, AWS House of Representatives, MBW Presi- dent, Women's Residence Hall Council. CRUMBLEY, GAIL H.: Agnes Ellen Harris Club. CRUMP, R O D E R T.: Chi Omega. CULVER, GEORGE E.: Sigma Chi. CULWELL. WALTER P.: Pi Tau Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, ASM E Treasurer. CUMBIE, JR., WILLIAM G.: Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta Vice-Pres- ident. CUNNINGHAM, J O H N E.: Lambda Chi Alpha. CUNNINGHAM, S A R A E.: Kappa Alpha Theta. CURRIE, DAVID P.: Chemistry and Math Honoraries, Premed- Predent Fraternity. DAFFRON, SUSAN L.: Alpha Omicron Pi Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta. DAMSGARD, SARAH E.: Chi Omega Corresponding Secretary, SNEA, IAWS Hospitality Com- mittee. Art and Literary Contest 1969 Festival of Arts. DANIEL, BETTY G.: Phi Chi Theta. DANIEL, SANDRA F.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi Chi Theta, Marketing Club. DANIELS, REBECCA S.: Kap- pa Alpha Theta. DANIELS, WILLIAM D.: Sig- ma Nu. DARLING, EDWARD C.: "A" Club, Basketball. DAVIDSON, JOHN B.: Pi Kap- pa Phi, AIIE. DAVIES, NANCY H.: Pi Beta Phi. DAVIS, CAROL: Alpha Chi Omega, Spirit, French Club. DAVIS, CHARLES A.: SAM Treasurer. DAVIS, GAY N.: Alpha Gam- ma Delta. DAVIS, JAMES A.: Pi Kappa Alpha. DAVIS, JOHN A.: Intramural Football and Softball. DAVIS, JOSEPH L.: Marketing Club. DAVIS, PATRICIA .I.: Spirit, AWS Tutorial Committee. DAVISON, ROBERT J.: Sigma Nu Marketing Club. DAY, VIRGINIA B.: Delta Del- ta Delta, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Secretary, AWS Judiciary Coun- cil, School of Home Economics President. DEARMAN, DONNA C.: Del- ta Delta Delta. DENDY, R O N A L D W.: Pi Kappa Phi House Manager, Del- ta Sigma Pi, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. DERAMUS, DAVID C.: Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIAA. DESHAZO, S T E P H E N L.: Kappa Sigma, lnterfraternity Council Secretary. DEWITT, MARY R.: Newman Club President, Deans List. D I A M O N D, BENEDICT J.: Sigma Nu. DILLARD, GARY A.: Phi Kap- pa Psi, Alpha Sigma Delta, Phi Mu Epsilon. DINWIDDIE, LAURA L.: Al- pha Delta Pi. Spirit, Young Re- publicans. SNEA. DIXON, JR., JOSEPH M.: Phi Delta Theta. DODSON, BEVERLY N.: Chi Omega. DODSON, CHARLES H.: Kap- pa Alpha Vice-President, Crim- son and White Staff, Cotillion Club, Homecoming Committee, Marketing Club. DORLON, HARRY P.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DORRIS, BILLIE J.: Delta Del- ta Delta. DUDLEY, STEWART R.: Delta Kappa Epsilon. DUGGAR, ROGER S.: AED. DUKE, JERONE D.: Society for the Advancement of Mana- agement, Association of Students Training and Development. DUKE, PATRICIA G.: Mortar Board, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, MBE President, Women's Residence Hall Council, University Recre- ation Committee, AWS Minor Rules C o m m i t t e e Chairman, Triangle, Million Dollar Band, P a t i e n c e Stevens Memorial Scholarship Recipient. DUNN, JOHNNY F.: Phi Gam- ma Delta. DUNSTON, W I L L I A M D.: Beta Theta Pi. DUPRE, CHARLES W.: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Theta Tau, ASME. DUVAL, DAVID P.: Theta Chi. Alpha Epsilon Delta. EGGER, JOHN F.: Arnold Air Society. EILERMAN, T H O M A S M.: Sigma Chi 6Emphasis '69, ELLIOT, DWIGHT F.: Alpha Epsilon Rho. ELLIOT, L E N O R A J.: Chi Omega, Alpha Beta Alpha. Kap- pa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta. ELLISON, LINDA A.: Delta Gamma, Mu Phi Epsilon. ELROD, LOLA P.: Million Dol- lar Band Flagbearer. ENNIS, WILLIAM D.: Market- ing Club, American Marketing Association. ESTEP, JOE J.: Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho. Tau Kappa Alpha, SGA Vice-Presi- dent, Alabama Debate Squad Manager. EUBANKS, ROBERT G.: Pi Kappa Phi Secretary, Alabama Insurance Society, Finance As- sociation. EVANS, MARY C.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. EVANS, II, WALTER L.: Sig- ma Chi. Marketing Club. FAUCETT, JAMES R.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club. FAULKNER, AUBREY G.: Fi- nance Association. FAULKNER, DAVID C.: ROTC. FELTMAN, BRENDA C.: Al- pha Beta Alpha President, Dorm Librarian, House Council. FIELDS, BARBARA A.: Alpha Chi O mega, Phi Chi Theta, AWS. FINCH, ELIZABETH: Delta Delta Delta President. Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Mortar Board Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Triangle, Faculty Associate Program Chairman, AWS Elections Com- mittee, Co-Ed, AWS Major Rules Committee, AWS Tutorial Committee, Cotillion Club Sec- retary, Junior Council, Panhel- lenic. FINK, PAULA J.: Sigma Delta Tau. FINLAY, CATHERINE J.: Al- pha Gamma Delta. FINLEY, JR., BRUCE C.: Phi Delta Theta President. Arnold Air Society. FINLEY, JAMES D.: Pi Kappa Phi, AIIE President. FINNELL, III, EDWARD J.: IEEE. COOP. FITTS, ANN E.: Kappa Delta. FLOYD, LINDA K.: Adams- Parker Senior Advisor, Bama- Belle. FLOYD, MARY E.: Al p h a Gamma Delta. FOOSE, SARA: Chi Omega. FORD, FRANK N.: Delta Chi. FORD, JAMES I.: Delta Tau Delta. FORD, LUCIA L.: Zeta Tau Alpha, Hostess for Athletic De- partment. FORD, MARGARET G.: Alpha Gamma Delta. FOUNTAIN, CARMEN: P.E. Majors Club, Bama-Belle. FOWLER, BRUCE W.: Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Amer- ican Chemical Society Affiliates President, S o c i e t y of Physics Students, American Physical So- ciety, Undergraduate Teaching Assistant. FOWLKES, HENRY S.: Phi Delta Theta, Marketing Club, Alabama Insurance Association. FREE, NANCY E.: Alpha Del- ta Pi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Chi Del- ta Phi Historian, Town Girls Chaplain. FRENCH, III, LEO Seab- bard and Blade, Varsity Swim- ming Team, "A" Club Trea- surer. FRIDAY, WILLIAM C.: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Sigma. FRIERSON, MARY A.: Alpha Xi Delta Corresponding Secre- tary, Alpha Lambda Delta, Tri- angle, Sophomore Council, Ju- nior Panhellenic President. GAILLARD, FANNY K.: Kap- pa Delta, IAWS Transportation Committee, AWS E l e c t i o n s Committee. YWCA Chaplain. Spirit, Bama Bowl Committee. GALLMAN, W. LYNNE: Al- pha Beta Alpha. GALLO, BERTHA C.: Phi Up- silon Omicron. University Danc- ers President. Agnes Ellen Har- ris Club President. GALLOWAY, JR., THOMAS M.: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Epsilon. Chi Epsilon. Theta Tau. GAMSO, GARY S.: AIIE. Ju- nior Representative. Engineering Executive Council. GARDNER, DOROTHY J.: Al- pha Omicron Pi President, Al- pha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. Triangle. Mortar Board Pres- ident. SGA Secretary. IAWS Workshop C h a i r m a n. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. GARNER, JR., MALCOLM B.: ASME. GARRIGAN, BRINDA C.: Al- pha Epsilon Delta. GASPAROVICH, G E O R G I A S.: Phi Mu Epsilon, Town Girls. GATES, C O N N I E: Phi Mu President, T r i a n gl e. YWCA President. GENTLE, SUSAN K.: Delta Gamma, Spanish Club. SNEA. Union Committee, Summer Pan- hellenic, Dorm Judiciary. GILBERT, CHARLES E.: Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. GLASGOW, DANNY K.: ASME. GLASS, EUGENE F.: Phi Kap- pa Psi, Gamma Beta Pi, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Sigma Gam- ma Tau, AIAA, IFC Scholarship Committee, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. GLEISBERG, JAMES W.: Army ROTC Treasurer. GLENN, JOHN F.: American 554 Institute of Interior- Designers, Afro-American Association. GLOVER, MADOLYN C.: Del- ta Delta Delta. GODBOLD, LEONARD W.: Pi Kappa Phi, Marketing Club. GOLDBERG, DAN A.: Phi Ep- silon Pi. GOLDMAN, LINDA K.: Pi Beta Phi, Marketing Club. GOLINSKY, W I L L I A M A.: Zeta Beta Tau, Homecoming Committee, Traffic Court. GOODE, ALAN H.: AIME. GOODWIN, BENNY H.: Phi Gamma Delta. GOODWYN, JANET L.: Chi Omega, Chi Delta Chi. GRANT, RODRICK E.: Theta Tau House Manager, AIME President, Engineering News Editor. GRAVES, RODNEY R.: Pi Kappa Alpha, SGA Senator, Marketing Club Vice-President. GRAY, JAMES A.: Pi Kappa Alpha, Marketing Club. GREEN, JOHN W.: Pi Sigma Alpha. GREEN, JOSEPH L.: TAP. GREGG, ROSEMARY R.: Phi Upsilon Omicron Vice-President. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. GREGORY, ROBERT E.: Sig- ma Chi. GRESHAM, ELLEN W.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Christian Science Organization. GRIER, MARCIA A.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Theta Sigma Phi. GRIFFIN, BEVERLY S.: Delta Zeta Chaplain. Mu Phi Epsilon Chaplain. Spirit Usherette. AWS Elections Committee. GRIFFIN, LILA A.: K a p p a Kappa Gamma Rush Chairman. Triangle. J u n i o r Panhellenic Vice-President. Freshman and Sophomore C o u n c i l, Course Evaluation Committee. Student Life Evaluation Committee. GRIFFIN, THOMAS P.: Delta Sigma Pi. GROVER, JOEL M.: Phi Mu Alpha. Million D ol lar Band Asst. Manager. HABSHEY, JOHN A.: Delta Tau Delta. HABSHEY, MARY E.: Delta Zeta. HAGEN, G L E N N W.: IAESTGIUA Student Chairman, SGA Legislator and President Pro Tem, Deutsch Verein 2nd Vice-President. Choral Union, Premier Singers. HAGGSTROM, GERARD D.: Sigma Nu, AED, GolfTeam. HAIGH, SANDRA G.: Chi Omega. HALE, CONSTANCE S.: Chi Omega. HALE, MONICA Z.: Agnes El- len Harris Club, Fashion Inc. HALL, CAROLYN C.: Chi Omega President, Chi Delta Phi, Psi Chi, Mortar Board, Triangle, Spirit. HALL, MARY E.: Kappa Al- phaTheta. HALL, WILLIAM O.: Phi Del- ta Chi. HAMILTON, JENNY D.: Pi Beta Phi. HAMILTON, KATRINA: Al- pha Gamma Delta. HAMMOND, MELANIE G.: Phi Mu President, Phi Mu Epsi- lon. Spirit Treasurer. HAMPSHIRE, MARY L.: Al- pha Gamma Delta President. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Mortar Board. Triangle, AWS Secretary, Judiciary Council. HAMRIE, BONARD W.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. HAMRICK, GLEN: Sigma Chi. HANDLEY, JAMES C.: SAM. HARBERT, PATRICIA J.: Zeta Tau Alpha. HARDESTY, JANE N.: Delta Delta Delta Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta President. Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- s i t i e s. AWS Vice-President, Mortar Board, Freshman and Sophomore Council, Alabama Insurance Society Secretary, Tri- angle. Co m m erce Executive Council. HARPER, NANCY W.: SNEA, MPW President. MBE Social Chairman. HARRELL, JAMES E.: New- man Club. Big Brother Program. HARRELL, LINDA D.: Theta Sigma Phi. Chi Delta Phi, Soph- omore Council, Junior Council. Crimson and White Staff. MPE Treasurer. HARRIS, III, ANGELO C.: Outstanding College Athletes of America. "A" Club Secretary. HARRIS, SUZANNE: AHEA. HARRIS, WILMA P.: Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Har- ris Club, Fashion Inc. HARRISON, JAMES G.: Delta Chi, Jasons, Scabbard QQ Blade, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Interfra- ternity Council President, Inter- national Students Chairman. Interfraternity Council Man of the Year, Homecoming Co- Chairman, Parade and Lawn Decorations Chairman, TNE President, Board of Publications, Farrago Sub-Committee Chair- man, Alabama University Cen- ter Governing Board. Recreation Committee, International Stu- dent Affairs Committee. Chair- man Student Services Commit- tee. Emphasis '67, Cotillion Club Staff Asst. HARRY, ELEANOR V.: Delta Gamma, Alpha Beta Alpha, Tri- angle, SNEA. Spirit Usherette, IAWS Fi nan c e Committee. Greek Week Committee. HARVELL, BILLY W.: Tau Beta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu Vice- President. Pi Mu Epsilon. IEEE Vice-Chairman. HARVELL. P AT R I C I A G.: Delta Gamma. Agnes Ellen Har- ris Club. HATTON, WANDA E.: AWS Summer Vice-President. Honor Dorm Committee. Minor Rules Committee. AWS Summer Judi- ciary Council, Dorm Activities Election and Publicity Commit- tees. HAWKINS, JOSEPH E.: Pi Tau Sigma. ASME. HAYES, CYNTHIA A.: Pi Beta Phi. HAYNES, JOHN C.: Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu E ps i l 0 n. Air Force ROTC. HEAD, JANE H.: Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. HEALD, DAVID G.: Alpha Ep- silon Delta Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma, Trinity United Methodist Student Encounter President. HEARD, JR., M E R R I L L T.: Phi Gamma Delta. HENDERSON, T H O M A S E.: IEEE. HENDRIX, SANDRA M.: Al- pha Chi Omega. HENNINGER, FRANCES J.: Dorm President, Dorm Activity Chairman, Women's Residence Hall Council, AWS House of Representatives. HENRY, DIANE L.: Phi Mu, Triangle, Panhellenic Delegate. HEREFORD, JOE M.: IEEE. HERLONG, WARREN C.: Del- ta Kappa Epsilon. HERNDON, THOMAS D.: Phi Sigma Kappa, Newman Club, Band Drum Captain. HICIKS, JAMES L.: AIAA, CO- Chairman of Membership Com- mittee. HIGGINS, JAMES R.: Delta Nu Alpha Secretary. HILLEKE, DIANE D.: Sigma Delta Pi, Triangle, Sophomore and Freshman Council, Dorm Secretary. HINDS, ANN S.: Zeta Tau Al- pha Historian. Mademoiselle College Board. HINES, WILLIAM L.: SNEA. I-IINSON. JR., THOMAS L.: Beta Gamma Sigma. Beta Alpha Psi. Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. HINTON. KENNETH C.: Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon. Al- pha Epsilon Delta, Youth Choir Director, V.A. Volunteer. HOFSTETTER, NANCY J.: Al- pha Delta Pi. Spirit. University Singers, Y o un g Republicans. Stage Band Vocalist. HOLLEMAN, JOHN E.: Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon, Sig- ma Gamma Tau. Tau Beta Pi. HOLLEY. ROSELYN W.: Al- pha Beta Alpha. HOLLIFIELD, CHARLES P.: Omicron Delta Epsilon. HOLLIS, F. NALL: Sigma Nu. HOLMES, JERRY W.: Pi Mu Epsilon. Scabbard and Blade. HOLSOMBACK, HOWARD D.: Transfer Student from Univer- sity of Alabama in Birmingham. HOOD, R O N A L D E.: Air Force ROTC. HORN, ROBERT WV.: AIAA, "A"Club. HORNE, SANDI K.: Alpha Lambda Delta. Pi Mu Epsilon. Sigma Delta Pi. Dorm Judiciary Council. HORNSBY, ERNIE H.: Sigma Nu. HOWARD, BERNIS C.: Delta Nu Alpha Vice-President. HOWELL, JOHN M.: B e t a Theta Pi. HOWELL, RANNIE D.: Scab- bard and Blade. SAM Secretary. Distinguished Military Student. HOWINGTON, JO A.: Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Ep- silon. Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board. SGA House of Represen- tatives. M BE Treasurer. HUBER, JACQUELYN nes Ellen Harris Club, M.: Ag- AHEA. HUCK, JR., PAUL T.: Chi Alpha. Track. Lambda HUCKABEE, MARTA Pha Omicron Pi. A.: AI- HUDGINS, LESTER P.: Alpha Kappa Psi Master of Marketing Club. Rituals, HUDSON, CYNTHIA J.: Alpha Delta Pi, Spirit, Spirit Usherette, Homecoming Committee. Corol- la Staff, Crimson and White Staff, SNEA Secretary. HUDSON, JOHN T.: Pi Kappa Phi Historian, Delta Sigma Pi. Homecoming Committee, Presi- dential Problems Committee. 555 HUGHES, WILLIAM A.: Sig- ma Nu. HUGI-IEY, GREGORY R.: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. ASM E. HUIE, RICHARD T.: Theta Chi Secretary, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Dean's List, Tutorial Assistance Pro- gram. HULL, ALECIA O.: BSU, American Institute of Interior Designers, Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Wilson Hall Secretary. HULL, DAVID C.: Chi Phi Historian. HUNDLEY, GAYLE: Delta Phi Alpha. HUTTO, SARAH .l.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, AWS Tutorial Program, Dean's List. AID. HUTTO, SUSAN C.: A l p h a Omicron Pi. Alpha Epsilon Del- ta. HYALT, JOHN W.: SAM Sec- retary. HYCHE, JERRY M.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Alabama Million Dollar Band. HYCHE, TERRY C.: D el ta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club. Ala- bama Million Dollar Band. JACKSON, GEORGE T.: Mar- keting Club. Bama Sky Divers. JACOB, JERRY E.: ASTD. JAMES, CHRISTIAN: Kappa Delta. JAMISON, GREGORY: Swim Team. JAMISON, LINDA L.: Girls' Intramurals. Dorm Government. JEFFARES, WILLIAM C.: The- ta Xi. JENKINS, JULIA I.: NCAS. SNEA, Tutwiler Vice-President, WRHC Secretary-Treasurer. JOHNSON, A R N O L D C.: AIESEC. ASTD. Marketing Club. JOHNSON, CAROLINE E.: Kappa Delta Vice-President. JOHNSON, EDWARD A.: Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon. JOHNSON, JUDY L.: Adams- Parker President, WRHC, AWS House of Representatives. JOHNSON, LAWRENCE H.: Beta Beta Beta, Gamma Theta Upsilon President, Scabbard and Blade President, Dean's List. JOHNSON, R A Y M O N D E.: Student AGO. JOHNSTON, CAROL L.: Phi Mu Pledge Trainer, Sophomore and Junior Councils, Education Honorary. JOHNSTON, PATTIE R.: Kap- pa Delta. JOHNSTON. SANDRA J.: Al- pha Lambda Delta. Dean's List. JONES, DAVID M.: AI p h a Kappa Psi. JONES, JAMES R.: Kappa Al- pha. Delta Sigma Pi. JONES, KEITH lVI.: Corolla Staff. JONES, LATANYA V.: Univer- sity Players, IAWS Research Committee, Judiciary Council, Afro-American Association. JONES, MARVIN K.: ASME. JONES, MOSES C.: Student Union Movie Committee Chair- man, Student Union Special Events Committee Chairman, Afro-American Association Ex- ecutive Committee Chairman, Financial Aid Committee. JORDAN, GARY L.: Delta Tau Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE. JORDAN, GLORIA M.: Agnes Ellen Harris Club. Town Girls. Fashion, Inc. Charter Member, Down Under Secretary. JORDAN, JR., WILLIAM D.: Theta Tau. Pi Tau Sigma. JOYCE, JOSEPH C.: "A" Club. Track and Cross C o u n t r y Teams. KAIN, CHARLOTTE A.: Al- pha Chi Omega. KASCACK, HAROLD J.: Al- pha Epsilon Pi Master-at-Arms. KEENE, THOMAS H.: Phi Gamma Delta. KEITH, ALAN M.: IEEE. KEITH, DONALD W.: Alpha Epsilon Rho, WABP Campus Station. KEITH, JAMES W.: Theta Tau, ASCE Secretary and Vice-Pres- ident. KEITH, JENNY L.: NEA. KELLER, C E L I A M.: Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi, Triangle, Christian Sorority Fellowship Publicity C h a i r m a n, IAWS Transportation Co-Chairman. Spirit. KELLN ER, KATHLEEN A.: TAP. KELLY, JR., DARWIN P.: Al- pha Kappa Psi. KELLY, WINTON E.: AICHE. KEMP, JR., H E R B E R T E.: Newman Club, I n t ra m u ral Sports. KENNEDY, RICHARD T.: Al- pha Epsilon Delta. Phi Eta Sig- ma. Pi Mu Epsilon. American Chemical Society. KERRIGAN, ANNE P.: Delta Delta Delta. KILGORE, TOMMY D.: Pi Mu Epsilon. KIMBROUGH, PSYCHE: Spirit, Corola Staff. KINDBERG, CANDACE A.: Alpha Xi D el ta Treasurer. Spirit, German Club. PE Majors Club. KING, PATRICIA A.: Million Dollar Band, Pasteur Society President, Dorm President. KING, RICHARD C.: Sigma Phi Epsilon Rush Chairman. KING, SHEILA A.: Pi Tau Chi, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, BSU Secretary, Marketing Club, Ag- nes Ellen Harris Club, Fashion, Inc. Publicity Director. KIRKPATRICK, VAUGHAN: Alpha Gamma Delta. KIRKSEY, DIANNE F.: Afro- American Association, Univer- sity Dancers, University Players. KIRZNER, HELEN: TAP. KITCHEN, AL D.: Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Delta Chi, PRSSA. Cotillion Club Presi- dent, Student Directory Editor. Student Discount Committee Co-Chairman, Tests and Evalua- tion Committee Chairman, KLEPAC, PAUL T.: Delta Chi. KNIGHT, HENRY F.: Pi Tau Chi, Baseball Team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes President. Circle K. KNIPHFER, SANDRA L.: Al- pha Delta Pi Reporter-Historian, Pi Sigma Alpha Secretary-Trea- surer, Triangle, Spirit. KOPP, EUGENE B.: Phi Kappa Sigma. KREH, LAWRENCE A.: Chi Phi Secretary, Marketing Club. KRCHAK, KATHRYN A.: Stu- dent Court Clerk. KRUEGER, II, HAROLD A.: Kappa Alpha. KRUEGER, JAN P.: Choral Union. LAMBERT, CHRISTINE L.: Alpha Gamma Delta. LAMONTAGNE, JAMES H.: Swimming Team, "A" Club. IISIAND, CHARLES R.: Sigma u. LANKFORD, LONNIE E.: Al- pha Kappa Psi. LANTHORNE, III, RUSSELL J.: Varsity Tennis, Campus Cru- sade For Christ. LANTRIP, ROBERT M.: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. LARSON, CHRISTOPHER T.: Phi Kappa Psi. LAWLEY, MICHAEL L.: Pi Tau Sigma, AAS, ASME, Cadet Officers Club. LAWSON, JR., WILLIAM I.: Marketing Club. LAYCOCK, B R E N D A H.: NCAS. LAYTON, JUDY C.: D el t a Gamma Scholarship Chairman, Phi Mu Epsilon, Triangle, AWS Tutorial Committee. LEAR, WILLIAM E.: Beta The- ta Pi. LEDBETTER, ROGER D.: TAP. LEE, MARGIE L.: Phi Mu Ep- silon, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gam- ma Tau, Triangle, Dorm Presi- dent, Sophomore Council. LEFKOVITS, NORMAN L.: Zeta Beta Tau, Delta Sigma Pi Executive Council, School of Commerce and Business Atl- ministration President. LEFKOVITS, NORMAN L.: Zeta Beta Tau, Delta Sigma Pi. Executive Coucil, School of Commerce and Business Admin- istration President. LEIGI-I, BEVERLY M.: Delta Kappa Epsilon. Alpha Kappa Psi. Advertising Club, Market- ing Club. LEMOND, ROBERT C.: Aca- cia, Freshman Counseling. LESTER, JAMES T.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Al- pha Phi. LEWIS, KENNETH H.: Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. Arnold Air Society. Air Force Cadet Officers Club. LEWIS, PRESTON M.: Theta Tau. C ol l e g e of Engineering Vice-President. LINDLEY, JOHN A.: Alpha Tau Omega. Omicron Delta Ep- silon. LIVINGSTON, HAROLD H.: Phi Gamma D el ta, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma. LLOYD, JAMES S.: Theta Chi Secretary. A l p h a Phi Omega. SAM. LOCKARD, CHARLES V.: Theta Tau Vice-Regent, Engi- neering Senator and Executive Council, SGA Course Evalua- t i o n Committee. Engineering Course Evaluation Committee. LOEB, BEVERLY A.: Kappa AlphaTheta. LOFTIN, THOMAS D.: Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi President, Sig- ma Gamma Tau, EEC, AIAA. LOFTIS, VICKI K.: Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, AID. LOGAN, DENNIS A.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. LOGAN, VIVIAN J.: Alpha 556 Chi Omega. LOLLAR, ROSEMARY: SGA. Corolla Office Manager, Class Editor. LONDON, DAVID A.: Sigma Chi President. LONG, JACQUELINE L.: Home Economics Club. LOVE, GAIL D.: Alpha Epsilon Rho, Tau Sigma Phi. Chi Delta Phi, Public Relations Society, Advertising Club, WABP Pro- gram Director, Pollinz-Johnson Scholarship. LOWE, WILLIAM D.: Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Tau, AIAA. Chess Club. LOWTHER, JOHN G.: Sigma Chi. LUCAS, BOBBY G.: Pi Kappa Phi, Marketing Club. LUCAS, LARRY D.. saivi. LUMPKIN, LINDA E.: Alpha Delta Pi. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Kappa Delta Epsilon. Agnes El- len Harris Club. Fashion, Inc. Vicc-President, S p i r i t. Young Republicans. LUXICH, S U S A N N: Town Girls, Fashion. Inc. LYONS, JAMES K.: Delta Kap- pa Epsilon. MAC DANIEL, JOHN M.: Al- pha Tau Omega, Varsity Base- ball. Student Writer University of Alabama News Bureau. MADISON, KATHERINE: Chi Omega T r e a s u r e r. Mortar Board. Triangle. Sophomore and Junior Council, ACEI President. SGA Sorority Representative. Finance Committee. C o r 0 l I a Class. Student Life. and Greek Editor. MAGRUDER, VIRGINIA L.: Alpha Gamma Delta House Chairman. Agnes Ellen Harris Club. MANGUM, EDGAR F.: Pi Kappa Alpha. MARTIN. SUZANNE C.: Chi Omega. MASON, PATRICIA L.: Alpha Chi Omega. MASSENGALE, BARBARA S.: Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Upsi- lon Omicron. MASSEY, DIANNE J.: Secre- tary-Treasurer, College of Engi- neering: Tau Beta Pi: American Chemical Society: American As- sociation of Cost Engineers. AICE. MASSEY, MARY E.: Phi Upsi- lon Omicron. Agnes Ellen Har- ris, AID. MAURCR, GRETTA E.: Chi Omega. MC ADAMS, LYNDA D.: Al- pha Lambda Delta, Pasteur So- ciety. MC ALLISTER, HARRY H.: AIAA. MC CABE, ANN P.: K a p p a Kappa Gamma. MC CAIG, DELMAR L.: Alpha Kappa Psi, American Statistical Association. MC CAIN, DAVID O.: AFS, ASM-AIME, Alpha Sigma Mu. MC CARN, MILDRED C.: Ger- man Club, Freshman Orienta- tion Counselor, Dorm Legislator, University Theater. MC CLUNG, NANCY G.: Del- ta Delta Delta. AWS Scholar- ship Committee. MC COLLUM, D O L O R E S: Afro-A m e r i c a n Association, Dorm Intramurals, Second Vice- President, Stratford House. MC COLLUM, WARREN H.: SAM. MC CORMAC, MARY H.: Chi Omega. MC COUAN, EDWIN T.: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade. MC COY, BILLY F.: Marketing Club. Circle K. MCCOY, LAWRENCE N.: Theta Xi. MC DONALD, PHILIP G.: Phi Sigma Kappa. MC DUFF, DIANE: Chi Ome- ga: Theta Sigma Phi: Gamma Theta Upsilon: Corolla Class Editor: Chairman, Art and Lit- e1'ary Contest 1969 Festival of Arts: Secretariat, IAWS Conven- tion. MC ELROY, REBECCA J.: Al- pha Beta Alpha. MC FARLAND, JACQUELINE W.: Delta Zeta, Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi Beta Kappa. MC FARLAND, JAMES W.: Delta Sigma Pi. MC GAHEY, THOMAS S.: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. MC GEARY, RICHARD A.: Delta Sigma Pi, SAM. MC GINNIS, THEOLESTER: Afro-American Association. MC GOUGH, G E R A L D R.: AIM E, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. MC GOUGH, WILLIAM M.: Delta Chi, ASTD, SAM. MC HUGH, JUDITH C.: Alpha Lambda Delta. Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Epsilon. MC INTYRE, BROOK B.: Phi Mu Epsilon. MC LENDON, ROBERT S.: Pi Kappa Psi. MCMAHAN, BEN A.: Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi. Vice-President, Alabama Union, Spirit Director. SGA 1968-1969. MCMURTREY, AMY C.: AWS House of Representatives. MC REE, SANDRA E.: Alpha Chi Omega, Miss Bama Day 1969, Homecoming Court 1968- 69, Alabama Football Queen 1968-69. National Kappa Alpha Rose 1969-70, Army ROTC Sponsor, Air Force Sponsor. MC WHIRTER, SHARON K.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Phi. Kappa Delta Epsilon. MEANEY, CARROLL L.: Phi Upsilon Omicron, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Agnes Ellen Harris Club. MERIWETHER, GORDON K.: sigma Chi, IFC. MILAM, JERRY M.: Delta Chi. Cheerleader. Chairman, Greek Week 1969. MILLER, CELLIE W.: Afro- American Association. MILLER, GREGORY E.: Al- pha Sigma Phi. MILLER, LARRY M.: Phi Sig- ma Kappa. MILLER, MASON E.: ASTD. MILLS, MICHAEL P.: Phi Eta Sigma, Arnold Air Society. MITCHELL, FREDERICK S.: State Vice-President, Y O u n g Americans for Freedom. MITCHELL, RALPH: Phi Kap- pa Psi. MITCHELL, W I L L l A M D.: SNEA. MITCHEM, LINDA C.: Pi Beta Phi, Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris. MIZE, GINGER P.: Marketing Club. MOFFETT, ROBERT P.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MONGER, JOHN S.: Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade. MONROE, W. E A R L: Phi Gamma Delta. MOODY, MAXWELL: Phi Del- ta Theta. MOORE, GEORGE A.: Alpha Kappa Psi. MOORE, JANE E.: Agnes Ellen Harris. MOORE, JACKSON W.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sig- ma, Phi Eta Sigma, SGA House Scabbard and Blade. MOORE, LINDA J.: Y Club, Spirit, Alpha Gamma Delta. MOORE, ROBERT L.: Secre- tary. Alpha Kappa Psi. MOORE, ROBERT R.: ASME, AFS. MORAGUES, JANET E.: Pi Beta Phi, Triangle, Secretary- Treasurer, Panhellenic. MORGAN, ELIZABETH E.: Delta Delta Delta. MORGAN, MEREDITH: Delta Chi. Alpha Epsilon Delta. SGA House. Cotillion Club, Circula- tion Manager, C-W. MORRISON, H U B E R T L.: Omicron Delta Epsilon. MORROW, JAMES R.: ASTD. MORROW, LINDA G.: AWS, Cotillion Club. MORROW, PEGGY L.: Zeta Tau Alpha. MOSELEY, MARIAN L.: Kap- pa Delta Epsilon, Alpha Lamb- da Delta. MOSS, MARSHALL N.: Zeta BetaTau. MUCHIA, SAM E.: AIESEC. President. MULLINS, NELDA J.: Kappa Delta. M U R R A Y, CHRISTINE B.: Delta Gamma. MUSIALOWSKI. FRANK R.: Geology Club. MYERS, LINDA J.: Alpha Beta Alpha. NALL, J. FRED.: Sigma Nu. NANCE, JAMES A.: Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Tau Chi, Scabbard and Blade. Distinguished Mili- tary Student. NEELY, JENNIFER L.: Alpha Chi Omega, Spirit. Panhellenic. NEIGHBORS, CLARA A.: Al- pha Chi Omega, Spirit. NELSON, JAMES C.: Sigma Tau Epsilon. NELSON, REBECCA L.: Delta Delta Delta. NESMITH, JACKIE A.: SAM, Delta Sigma Pi. NESMITH, JERRY B.: ASTD. Marketing Club. NEWMAN, LARRY R.: Phi Epsilon Pi, SGA House. NICHOLS, ROBERT G.: Mar- keting Club, SAM. NICK, ALEXANDER H.: AIAA. NIENDORF, HARRY J.: Theta Xi. NOEL, ROBERT C.: Delta Nu Alpha. NORRIS, ELENA M.: Spirit. NOVAK, JOHN K.: SAM. NUNNALLY, LAWRENCE G.: Theta Tau, Pi Tau S i gm a. ASME. O'BRIEN, JOHN B.: Pi Kappa Alpha. O'CONNOR, FRANCES E.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. ODOM, HAROLD N.: Tau Beta Pi. Sigma Gamma Tau, AIAA. ODOM, SUSAN: Chi Omega. O'DONNELL, MICHAEL R.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. OGILVIE, RAYMOND W.: Al- pha Kappa Psi. Scabbard and Blade. OLIVER, .IUDY K.: A l p h a Gamma Delta. OLSZEWSKI, JOHN J.: Phi Kappa Psi. O'NEAL, CAROLYN F.: Alpha Beta Alpha. O,NEAL.. WILLIAM W.: Phi Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade. OWENS, GATHA B.: Arnold Au' S O c i e t y, Vice-President. AFROTC Officers Club. OWENS, RONALD W.: Zeta Beta Tau, Delta Sigma Pi, Scab- bard and Blade. PARDUE, RICHARD M.: Phi Alpha Chi. IEEE, Circle K Club, Alpha Phi Omega. PARDUE, STEPHEN C.: Beta Theta Pi, AFS. PARKER, WILLIAM C.: Theta Tau, AIME. HA" Club. PARKMAN, ANN W.: Delta Gamma. PARKS, WILLIAM E.: SAM. PARNELL, CHARLES N.: The- ta Chi, Circle K. PARNELL, HITSY: A l p h a Gamma Delta. PARRA, BARBARA D.: Pas- teur Society. PARRISH, DORIS P.: Alpha Delta Pi, Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris. 557 PARRISH, W. GENE: SAM. PARTESOTTI, LAWRENCE F.: Lambda Chi Alpha. PARTRIDGE, DAISY H.:'Kap- pa Delta, Triangle, President, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Delta Epsilon. PATERSON, CHARLES B.: Kappa Alpha. PATIENS, BRENDA J.: AHEA. PATRICK, GARY L.: Associa- tion for Computing Machinery. PATTERSON, BEVERLY S.: Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi, Kappa Delta Pi. PATTERSON, EDDIE M.: Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Kappa Del- ta, Pi Tau Chi. Arnold Air So- ciety, AF Cadet Officers Club. PATTERSON, HARRIETT E.: Delta Phi Epsilon. PATTON, PATRICIA A.: Delta Delta Delta. PATTON, PATRICIA A.: Chi Omega, Triangle. PAYNE, RICHARD C.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. SGA Committee member, Spirit Mascot. PERRY, BILLY C.: Vice-Presi- dent, President, Men's Residence Hall. PERRY, JACQUELYN K.: Al- pha Delta Pi, Marketing Club. PERRY, THOMAS B.: SAM. PETTEY, ROBERT H.: Sigma Chi, Delta Sigma Pi, Distin- guished Military Student. PHIFER, BEVERLY C.: Kappa Delta, AIESEC. PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE A.: Zeta Tau Alpha. PHILLIPS, JOE S.: Alpha Kap- pa Psi, Marketing Club. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM K.: Kap- pa Alpha. PHILPOT, RONALD C.: Uni- versity Singers. PINE, WILLIAM E.: D el t a Kappa Epsilon. PLANZ, EDWARD J.: Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Cotillion Club. PLUMMER, KATHERINE M.: Kappa Delta. POOLE, ERNESTINE: Afro- American Association, Anthro- pology Club. PORTERFIELD, PAUL D.: Phi Sigma Kappa. POTTS, MARY C.: Delta Zeta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle, AWS Judiciary. POWELL, L A R R Y E.: Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon. AIME. POYTHRESS, CHRIS A.: Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Ar- nold Air Society, AIAA. PRERA, JORGE A.: ISA, AIIE. PRICE, MARGIE Y.: Zeta Tau Alpha. PRICKETT, HUGH D.: h Psi Beta Pi, HKN, Pi Mu Epsilon. PROVOST, STERLING W.: Pi Kappa Phi. Marketing Club. PURCELL, ROY K.: ASME, AFS. PURVIS, ROBERT J.: Sigma Nu, ASM E, IAESIE. QWIGGINS, RICHARD S.: Pi Sigma Alpha. RAINER, J. MARBURY: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Scabbard and Blade, Omi- cron Delta Epsilon. RAINE, DAVID: Delta Chi. RAMEY, MARTHA J.: Fashion Inc., Marketing Club, Agnes EI- len Harris Club. RANDOLPH, PENELOPE S.: AWS House. RANNIKKO. SEIJA I.: AIESEC. RAST, MARTHA E.: Kappa Delta. Agnes Ellen Harris. American Interior Design As- sociation. RAY, JIMMIE W.: Mens Hous- ing Council, Student Discount Committee: SGA E X e c ut i v e Cabinet: President, Wyman Hall: Justice. Traffic Court: SGA Senate. RAYFIELD, JAMES W.: Phi Kappa Psi. REDD, JAMES T.: Lambda ChiAlpha. REDMOND, HOWARD J.: Ar- nold Air Society, AIAA, All' Force Officers' Club. REED, CHARLES A.: Cadet Officers Club. REICH, ADOLPH P.: Kappa Alpha: Marketing Club: Vice- President, Alabama Union: Em- phasis: Academic Affairs Com- mittee: Cotillion Club: Govern- ing Board, Alabama Union: SGA House. REICH, KATIE: Alpha Gam- ma Delta. REID, HELEN L.: Mu Phi Ep- silon, University Singers. Opera Workshop. REVELLE, LINDA K.: Alpha Xi Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon. RHODES, COLLEY: Kappa Delta, Spirit, Y Club. RICE, DONALD R.: Alpha Ep- silon Rho. 558 RICE, WILLIE E.: Afro-Ameri- can Association: Association of American University Professors: Director, T u tor i a I Assistance Program: Glove Cleveland Hall Award, 1969. RICHARDS, SUZANNE M.: Alpha Xi Delta, Managing Edi- tor of COROLLA, Chairman of Bama Bowl, 1969 S t u d e nt Alumna Award, Epsilon. Kappa Delta RICHARDSON, DANNY M.: Marketing Club. RICKMAN, SAMUEL T.: Al- pha Kappa Psi. RIGDON, DAVID T.: Alpha Epsilon Delta. RIPLEY, MARK O.: IEEE. RIBBINS, JACK B.: Secretary- Treasurer, American Chemistry Society, Million Dollar Band. ROBERTS, LESLIE H.: ASME. ROBERTS, PATRICIA A.: Chi Omega. Pi Mu Epsilon. ROBERTS, R. B.: Men's Resi- dence Hall C o u n c i l, Debate Squad, Young Republicans. RODEN, BOBBY B.: Phi Gam- ma Delta. RODEN, MARY J.: M i I I i o n Dollar Band. Chi Delta Phi, Al- pha Beta Alpha. ROE, WILLIAM D.: Sigma AI- pha Epsilon. ROEBUCK, MORRIS L.: Mar- keting Club. ROGERS, ELIZABETH B.: AI- pha Gamma Delta. ROGERS, RUTH C.: Alpha Gamma Delta. ROGERS, STEPHEN C.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade. ROTC Cadet Officers Club. ROHE, LINDA M.: Newman Club. Spirit. Dorm Legislator. Dorm Religious Committee. ROSBOROUGH, R U T H E.: University Singers. ROSBOROUGH, WARREN A.: Acacia1Treasurer, IFC. ROSS, PHILLIP R.: Lambda Chi Alpha. ROTON, RAYMOND L.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Marketing Club. ROY, FORREST J.: Lambda ChiAlpha. RUCKS, MARTHA L.: Fashion Inc., Agnes Ellen Harris, Mar- keting Club. RUSH, JANETTE L.: Pi Beta Phi, SNEA: Spirit: Miss Ala- bama: COROLLA favorite: lst Alt., Miss Bama Day. RUSSELL, S T E P H E N V.: Lambda Chi Alpha: Pi Mu Ep- silon: Arnold Ali- Society: Schol- arship Chairman, IFC: AICHE. RUTH, ELIZABETH F.: Pi Beta Phi, Spirit, SNEA. RYAN, RHONWYN K.: Bas- ketball, Marketing Club, Ameri- can Marketing Association. SACHER, BARTON S.: Phi Ep- silon Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Omi- cron Delta Kappa: Jasons, Pres- ident, Alabama University Cen- ter: Director of Political Affairs, SGA: Chairman, Homecoming Queen Contest: Commerce Ad- visory Council: University Cal- e n d a r Committee: University Supply Store Committee. SALIBA, YVONNE M.: Theta Sigma Phi: C-W Womens Edi- tor, President, Public Relations Student Society: Publicity Chair- man, IAWS National Conven- tion: University Correspondent, The National Observer. SANDERS, JOHNNY B.: Mar- keting Club. SANDERS, LAVERAL T.: Chi Omega. SANDLIN, MC DEWAIN: Uni- versity Marching Band, Geology Club. American Chemical Soci- ety. SANFORD, BILL N.: ASCE. SANFORD, KELLEY: Kappa Kappa Gamma. SAWYER, AMANDA A.: Al- pha Gamma D e I t a, Spirit, ROTC Sponsor. Crimson Girl, Miss Alabama Band Sponsor. SAWYER, BERTA M.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. SAWYER, CHARLOTTE D.: Alpha Delta Pi. SAWYER, TONI J.: Kappa Delta Pi, Dorm Vice President, Dorm Sports Chairman. SAWYER, WILLIAM E.: Sigma Nu. SCAIFE, CAROLYN: Council for Exceptional Children. Dorm Judiciary, AWS M i n or Rules Committee. SCALES, JOHN R.: President. Sigma Pi Sigma: Commander. Counterguerrilla Company. SCHELL, ANNE P.: Alpha chi Omega, Marketing Club. Fash- ion Inc. SCHNELL, LINDA R.: Zeta Tau Alpha: Pi Mu Epsilon: Re- search Chairman, 1969 IAWS Convention: AWS Treasurer: Organizations E d i t or. 196-9 COROLLA, Mortar Board: Trl- angle: Alpha Lambda Delta! Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. SCHULWOLF, SANDEE F.: Sigma Delta Tau, T r l a n gl 6. AWS Junior Council, Spirit. SCOTT, JOE F.: Sigma Delta Pi. SEIFERT, WILLIAM R.: Sig- ma Nu. Marketing Club. SEITHALIL, A L E X: Men's Residence Hall Council. SELLERS, EDWIN L.: Market- ing Club. SELLERS, .IONATHAN H.: Marketing Club. SELMAN, MARGARET A.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Del- ta Epsilon, Junior Council. SENTELL, GILBERT L.: Pres- ident, Alabama Student Chapter of ASCE. SENTZ, Donor:-iv A.: swan Club President. SESSIONS, WILEY C.: ASME. SHAW, LAURA E.: Alpha Ep- silon Delta. Campus Girl Scouts. SHAW, ROBERTA F.: Chi Omega. SHELTON, BONNIE R.: Tri- angle, Dorm vice-president. SHEPHERD, DONALD M.: Delta S i g m a Pi, Phi Sigma Kappa. SHEVIN, STUART N.: Phi Ep- silon Pi: President, Hillel Foun- dation. SHEW, BILLY D.: Lambda Chi Alpha. SHILLINGBURG, GAYLE A.: Kappa Alpha Theta. SHIPP, BERTIS N.: Alpha Sig- ma Mu, Phi Theta Kappa, AFS. Engineers Executive Council. SHIRLEY, LYNN L.: AFS, ASME. SHOEMAKER, K. ANN: Kap- pa Delta Epsilon. SHUGART, SARAH R.: Alpha Gamma Delta: Vice President, Mortar Board: Triangle. SILLS, ELAINE B.: Delta Phi Epsilon: Chi Delta Phi: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: National Student Register: SGA Executive Assis- tant: AWS Znd V-P: AWS Judi- ciary Council: Chairman, AWS Board of Directors: Triangle: Spirit Usherette. SILVERMAN, JANE E.: Sigma Delta Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Mortar Board, SGA Park- ing Committee, AWS House, Panhellenic Council, AWS Elec- tions Committee. SILVERSTEIN, KATI-HIYN F.: Delta Phi Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Omega Delta Phi, Delta Chi Calendar Girl. SILVERSTEIN, TERESA T.: Delta Phi Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, AWS Judiciary Council. SIMPSON, A. RONALD: Mar- keting Club, Insurance Society. SIMPSON, EARL C.: Arnold Air Society, ROTC Cadet Offi- cers Club, Commander of FIP. SIMPSON, PAUL W.: ROTC Officers Club. SIMPSON, ROSEMARY: Delta Delta Delta, Army ROTC Spon- sor. SIMS, B. DIANE: Pi Beta Phi. SIMS, JOHN W.: Phi Gamma Delta. SIMS, OUIDA .I.: American In- terior Designer. SINIARD, SUSAN G.: Alpha Chi Omega: AWS: SGA Com- mittee: Spirit Governing Board: President. Freshman Council. SKIPPER, NANCY H.: Zeta Tau Alpha, AWS P r o g r a m Chairman, T r i a n g l e, Mortar Board. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, IAWS Convention, Steering Commit- tee. Freshman, Sophomore and Junior Councils, Student Health Service Committee, C o n c e rt Series Committee. SLAUGHTER, ROBERT L.: Phi Gamma Delta. SLUYTERMAN VAN LOO, LEXIE: Associated Interior De- signers. SMALLEY, JOHNNY T.: The- ta Tau, Secretary, ASCE, Junior Representative, E.C. SMALLEY, REBECCA: Phi Mu: Chi Epsilon: Yearbook Edi- tor, ASCE. SMALLMAN, RALPH A.: Var- sity GolfTeam. SMITH, ANNE G.: Phi Mu. Theta Sigma Phi, PRSSA, Theta Xi Little Sister. SMITH, ANNE P.: Alpha Delta Pi. SMITH, DAN O.: Sigma Nu, Arnold Air Society, Alpha Kap- pa Psi, Alabama Cheerleader, Marketing Club, AIESEC, Cur- tis R. Lynch Memorial Award. SMITH, ELIZABETH I.: Phi ChiTheta. SMITH, HOWARD R.: Theta Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon. SMITH, HOYT T.: ASLS Hon- ors Program, Alpha Epsilon Delta. SMITH, JOAN M.: AID, Agnes Ellen Harris. SMITH, JUDITH K.: Pi Beta Phi, Agnes Ellen Harris, YWCA, Town Girls, Spirit. SMITH, KAREN L.: AAS Hon- ors P r o g r a m, AWS House, Womens Residence Hall Coun- cil, Dorm Vice-President, Pas- teur Society. SMITH, KATHRYN E.: Phi Mu, Chi Delta Phi. 559 SMITH, KENNETH O.: Million Dollar Band. SMITH, MICKIE: Delta Gam- ma, Triangle. SMITH, RUTH A.: Alpha Chi Omega. SMITH, STEVE S.: Theta Tau, AIEE. SMITH, THOMAS J.: Pi Kappa Alpha. SNIDER, PATRICIA A.: TAP, Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sister. SNIPES, STEPHEN G.: C8:BA Executive Council: President, ASTD. SNYDER, DEAN A.: Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. SOLOMON, .IOHN W.: Scab- bard and Blade. SOLOMONS, ELLA K.: Sigma Delta Tau: Chi Delta Phi: Kap- pa Delta Epsilon: Mortar Board: Whos Who in American Col- leges: President. Panhellenic: Crimson Girl: Board of Publica- tions: Union Governing Board. Deans List. SOUTHWELL, SYLVIA D.: Al- pha Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta, vice-president: Theta Sig- ma Phi. vice-president: Triangle, second vice-president: Mortar Board: E d i to r, Key to the Greeks: Presidents Committee on Role ofthe Student. SPARKS, SAMUEL R.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Marketing Club. SPIGHT, BARBARA A.: Kappa Delta. SPIVEY, MARSHA J.: Alpha Chi Omega, AWS, AID, Agnes Ellen Harris, Spirit. STAKES, JOHN F.: Phi Kappa Psi, president. STACEY, GARY J.: ASME. STACEY, SYLVIA S.: Pi Mu Epsilon, 'National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. STARK, JUDITH L.: National Collegiate Association for Sec- retaries, historian. STEELE, SANDY J.: Alpha Phi, Tri- Chi Omega: Chi Delta angle, Spirit, Spirit Usherette, Spanish Club. STEIGERWALD, SARAJANE: Delta Gamma. STEPHENS, EMILY D.: Young Republicans. STEWART, A N IT A: Dean's List. STEWART, C H A R L E S W.: Marketing Club. STEWART, FERRIS M.: Eta Kappa Nu: IEEE: N e w m a n Club, treasurer. STEWART, GENE R.: SAM. STEWART, KENNETH W.: Marketing Club. STEWART, R 0 B E R T L.: AIAA, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. STINNETT, SHEILA A.: Delta Delta Delta: AWS, second vice- president: Chairman, AWS Judi- ciary: University Affairs Com- mittee: vice-president, School of Home Economics: Triangle. STINSON, MICHELE B.: Al- pha Chi Omega. STUCKEY, SALLY R.: Phi Mu. SULLIVAN, LISA A.: Alpha Xi Delta, p r e s i d e n t: Spirit: SNEA. SULLIVAN, R IC H A R D C.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: SGA House: SGA Senate: vice-president, School of Commerce: Cadet Officers Club, secretary. SUMERLIN, A R T H U R L.: ASME, Pi Tau Sigma. SUSSKY, MARGARET A.: Chi Omega. SWAGER, STEPHAN L.: Pi Sigma Alpha. TALIFERRO, RICHARD H.: Delta Kappa Epsilon, SGA House, Student Problem Solving Committee. TALL, KATHLEEN: Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Phi. TALLEY, ELIZABETH M.: Newman Club, Alpha Beta Al- pha. TANNER, GORDON O.: Theta Chi, President: Pi Sigma Alpha, president: Arnold Air Society: President. College of Ats and Sciences: Jasons: Council on University Planning: Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities: Chief Justice, IFC Ju- diciary: New College Commit- tee: Arts and Sciences Council: Air Force Cadet Officers Club. TANNER, ROBERT C.: Sky Divers: P r o g r a m Committee, Alabama University Center. TATE, LENA E.: Kappa Delta, editor. T A Y L O R, ELIZABETH A.: Delta Gamma, president: Exec- utive Board. Alabama Union. TAYLOR, LARRY P.: Physical Education Majors Club, presi- dent. TAYLOR, WILLIAM L.: Theta Chi. TERRY, RONNIE L.: Delta Sigma Pi, SAM. THOENY, BERNARD J.: Ad Manager, 1970 Corolla: PRSSA: Ad Club. THOMAS, KATHERINE AC.: Agnes Ellen Harris, Fashion, Inc. THOMAS. ROBERT M.: SAM. THOMASON, JON G.: Seab- bard and Blade. THORNTON, RONALD .I.: Scabbard and Blade. THYBONY, JAMES D.: Intra- mural Sports. TINNEY, JOHN A.: Kappa Sigma, Marketing Club. TITTLE, SANDRA F.: Nation- al Collegiate Association for Secretaries. TRAMMELL, J A M E S W.: Marketing Club, Scabbard and Blade. TREUBIG, ERNEST C.: Ar- nold Air Society: Sergeant of Arms, AFROTC Cadet Officers Club. TROY, LINDA L.: Dorm Judi- ciary, D o r m vice-president. Homecoming Committee. TUBB, JONES G.: Delta Kappa Epsilon, SGA House: Board of Publications. TUCKER, KELLY M.: SAM. Army Cadet Officers Club. TWILLEY, PHILLIP W.: Delta Sigma Pi. Arnold Air Society. TYER, GARY L.: Beta Theta Pi, Marketing Club. UNDERHILL, GEORGIANA B.: Alpha Epsilon Rho. URQUHART, JANE M.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. VANANTWERP, LESESNE: Phi Mu Alpha, president. VAN BAALEN, DOLORES C.: Alpha Beta Alpha, VANCE, JOSEPH C.: ASME. president: Engineering Executive Council. VASSAR, BILLY B.: Pi Kappa Phi,chaplain. VICE, JON E.: SAM. ASTD. BAMA Day Committee, Dean's List. VICKERY, CONNIE E.: Agnes Ellen Harris. Town Girls. VICKERS, JOAN E.: Theta Eta. National Teachers Associa- tion. VOGEL, HERMAN J.: IEEE. VOGHT, GEORGE B. M.: Kap- pa Alpha, president. VOSWINKEL, KARL A.: Sig- ma Phi Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi. WALDRIP, THOMAS J.: Delta Nu Alpha. WALKER, ALICE M.: Alpha Gamma Delta. WALKER, C H A R L E S M.: ASM E. WALKER, VIRGINIA A,: Al- pha Psi. secretary: Phi Chi The- ta. WALLACE, CAROLYN: Theta Sigma Phi: Chi Delta Phi: Far- rago, as s ist ant copy editor, IAWS P u bl ic i t y Commit- tee: AWS Constitution Commit- tee. WALLACE, VIRGINIA C.: Al- pha Omicron Pi. Chi Delta Phi. Triangle, AWS House, Corolla staff, Student lnsurance Com- mittee. Dorm Activities Chair- man. WALSH, KEITH O.: ASME. WALSH, WILLIAM D.: Delta Kappa Epsilon. WALTON, CAROL M.: Chi Omega, P u bl i c i t y Chairman: Spirit. WARD, CAROLE .I.: Kappa Delta Epsilon. WARD, JANIS C.: Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Chi Theta. WATLEY, JOHN T.: lylarketing Club, Insurance Club. WATSON, JANE E.: Kappa Al- pha Theta. WATSON, SLADE G.: Alpha Sigma Phi, alumni secretary: Marketing Club. WATT, W A Y N E F.: Arnold Air Society. information officer. WATTS, D E WV E Y M.: Delta Chi, rush chairman. WEATHERFORD, SUSAN W.: Alpha Gamma Delta. WEATHERS, BILLY G.: Beta Alpha Psi. WEAVER, EDWARD H.: Theta Tau: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi: IEEE: President, College of Engineering. WEBB, HANNAH S.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. WEBER, LYNELLE M.: Delta Delta Delta, French Club, Cho- ral Union, University Singers. Union Building Staff, Publicity Committee, Tutorial Committee. Emphasis I970. WEDDLE, LARRY S.: Phi Sig- ma Kappa. IFC. 560 WEST, JOHN L.: AIIE. WHATLEY, MARGARET E.: Alpha Delta Pi, second vice- president: Phi Chi Theta,AIE- SEC. WHEELER, SADIE F.: Market- ing Club, Fashion INC., Agnes Ellen Harris. WHITE, DOROTHY L.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. WHITE, GEORGE E.: Delta Nu Alpha. WHITE, HAROLD S.: Phi Ep- silon Pi, Beta Alpha Psi. WHITE, LILETTE E.: Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Lambda Del- ta, Triangle, Kappa Delta Epsi- lon. WHITLOCK, DONNA J.: Delta Zeta, publicity chairman. WHITMIRE, FRED C.: Kappa Alpha. WIGGINS, SALLY G.: Delta Delta Delta. WILBANKS, ROBERT S.: Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon: Marketing Club. vice-president. WILKES, HARRY K.: Market- ing Club. American Marketing Association. WILKINSON, WILLIAM K.: Kappa Alpha. WILLIAMS, CAROL S.: Swan Club: University Student Section of Alabama Recreation Society. president. WILLIAMS. DIANNE F.: Ag- nes Ellen Harris. WVILLIAMS, JIMMY L.: Delta Sigma Pi. WILLIAMS. KENNETH A.: Kappa Alpha. rush chairman: Marketing Club. Homecoming Committee. Cotillion Club. WILLIAMS, ROBERT O.: Ar- nold Air Society: Air Force Ca- det Officers Club President. -WILLIAMS, SYLVIA J.: Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAMS, WALTER A.: Phi Kappa Psi, vice-president and historian: Masons. WILLIAMSON, M A R Y S.: AWS House. IAWS, National Collegiate Association for Secre- taries. WILSON, BETTY: Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. WILSON, MARTHA V. K.: AWS House. WINDHAM, JOHN F.: Theta Xi. WINSTEAD, R I C H A R D C.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Omicron Delta E p s i I 0 n. vice-president, Omicron Delta Kappa: Jasons, president: SGA House: Whos Who in American Colleges and Universities: AIESEC: Campus Chest. WOOD, CHARLES D.: AIEE. WOOD, DAVID W.: Phi Delta Theta: Omicron Delta Epsilon. WOOD, R O B E RT L.: AIS, Marketing Club. WOODALL, CHARLES .I.: Pi Kappa Alpha. WOODHAM, MICHAEL O.: A I AA. W O O L F, ALEXANDRA J.: Delta Phi Epsilon. WOOLF, BEVERLY L.: Chi Omega. housemanager: Kappa Delta Pi: Chi Delta Phi: Kappa Delta Epsilon: SNEA. WOOLLEN, ELIZABETH M.: Kappa Delta. WOOTTEN, RONALD L.: The- ta Tau. treasurer: AIAA. presi- dent: Pi Mu Epsilon. WOZNIAK, DAWN M.: Zeta Tau Alpha. Spirit, AIESEC. Ju- nior Panhellenie. Newman Club. YANN, NICKI G.: Kappa Al- pha Theta. AWS House, Junior Council. YATES, CHARLES B.: Delta Sigma Pi. President: Beta Alpha Psi: Arnold Air Society: Deans List. YATES, LINDA A.: Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Epsilon. SNEA. Newman Club. Dorm Judiciary. D 0 r m Committee Chairman. Dean's List. YOUNG, ANDREA L.: Alpha Chi Omega: Chi Delta Phi. vice- president: Kappa Delta Epsilon. Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Lamb- da Delta: Town Girls. president. YOUNG, RICHARD D.: Chess Club. Crimson-White sports edi- tor. Veterans Club, Sigma Delta Chi. ZEANAH, GRADY H.: AIAA. Finance Association. AIS. ZUKOWSKI, D O N A L D B.: IEEE. A Academics 46 Acknowledgements 607 A Club 380 Administration 84 Advertisements 561 AFROTC 408 Agnes Ellen Harris 382 AIE-SEC 57 AIAA 404 Air Polution 65 Alabama Debate Squad 398 Alabama Defender Program 82 Alabama's Farrago 166 Alabama Insurance Society 386 Alabama Law Institute 83 Alabama Student Center 112 Alpha Chi Omega 284 Alpha Delta Pi 286 Alpha Epsilon Delta 414 Alpha Epsilon Pi 288 Alpha Gamma Delta 290 Alpha Kappa Psi 405 Alpha Lambda Delta 414 Alpha Omicron Pi 292 Alpha Sigma Mu 392 Alpha Sigma Phi 294 Alpha Tau Omega 296 Alpha Zi Delta 298 American Institute of Interior Designers 416 American Institute of Mining, Metalurgical and Petroleum Engineers 395 American Society of Civil Engineers 394 Arboretum 80 AROTC 410 ASTD 381 Auburn 192 Automated Classroom 74 AWS 134 B Bama Day 104 Bama Skydivers 232 Baseball 212 Basketball 200 The Bench and Bar Society 397 Beta Alpha Psi 394 Beta Theta Pi 300 Black Studies 70 C Campus League of Women Voters 423 Cheerleaders 146 Chi Delta Phi 383 Chi Omega 302 Chi Phi 304 Circle K 402 Classes 428 College Officers 438 Concert Lecture Series 154 Corolla 126 Corolla Beauties 248 Corolla Favorites 255 Cotillion 106 Crimson Girls 387 C-W 130 D Delta Chi 306 Delta Delta Delta 308 Delta Gamma 310 Delta Phi Epsilon 314 Delta Sigma Pi 393 Delta Zeta 316 E Emphasis 1 16 Subject Index Engineering 72 Engineers' Executive Council Epilogue 608 Eta Kappa Mu 395 European Field Tour 55 F Fashion Incorporated 382 Features 236 Festival of Arts 160 Field Geology 62 Fraternity Sweethearts 268 Freshman Football 198 G Golf 224 Graduate School 474 Greeks 274 H Hackberry House 422 Hayden Harris 419 Homecoming 100 Homecoming Queen 267 I IFC 142 Index 561 Institute of Electrical and 400 International Program 60 Intramurals 226 Introduction 6 J Jasons 390 K Kappa Alpha 319 Kappa Alpha Theta 320 Kappa Delta 322 Kappa Kappa Gamma 324 Kappa Sigma 326 L Lambda Chi Alpha 328 Latin American Program 75 Law School 472 Liberty Bowl 194 M Marine Geology 67 Marketing Club 393 Martha Parham East 419 Martha Parkam West 418 Mary Burke East 420 Mary Burke West 420 Men's Residence Hall Counc Million Dollar Band 146 Miss. State 176 Mortar Board 385 Mu Phi Epsilon 423 N National Collegiate Associ taries 404 O ODK 391 Osband Hall 422 561 402 Electronic, Inc. il 144 ation for Secre- P Palmer Hall 417 Panhellenic 143 Phi Beta Kappa 401 Phi Chi Theta 407 Phi Delta Theta 330 Phi Epsilon Pi 332 Phi Gamma Delta 334 Phi Kappa Psi 338 Phi Kappa Sigma 336 Phi Kappa Sigma 340 Phi Mu 342 Phi Sigma Kappa 344 Phi Upsilon Omicron 383 Physical Planning 52 Pi Beta Phi 346 Pi Kappa Alpha 348 Pi Kappa Phi 350 Pi Sigma Alpha 403 Pi Tau Sigma 400 R Rifle Team 230 S Scabbard and Blade 410 Senior Honors 551 Seniors 444 SGA 138 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 352 Sigma Chi 354 Sigma Delta Chi 398 Sigma Delta Tau 356 Sigma Mu 358 Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Special Education 78 Sports 168 Student Life 98 Swimming 222 T Tennis 234 Tau Beta Pi 392 Theta Chi 362 Theta Sigma Phi 396 Theta Tau 364 Theta Xi 366 Top Corolla Beauty 246 Town Girls 396 Track 218 Triangle 406 Tutwiler 421 U Undergraduates 478 University Singers 415 University Theater 150 V VP1 174 W Who's Who in American Colleges and Um versities 440 Women's Residence Hall Council 145 Wrestling 210 Y YWCA 407 Zeta Beta Tau 368 Zeta Tau Alpha 370 Frame Order 166556 Qallewq THE 1 . 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THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS IN TUSCALOOSA A Abbott, Mary S. 478 Abele, Julea 444 Abercrombie, Alice Ann 478 Abercrombie, Nancy A. 478 Abernathy, Aldis 478 Abernathy, William E. 478 Abernathy, William J. 444 Abernathy, Elliott L. 478 Abrams,John B. 444 Abramson, Seth 478 Student Index Anders, Dana Louise 404,479 Anders,Theron 474 Andersen, Patil .l. 479 Anderson, Anne D. 479 Anderson, Bruce 394,479 Anderson, Christy 407 Anderson, David D. 479 Anderson, David L. 444 Anderson, Evelyn Beatrice 444 Anderson, Frank Y. 479 Anderson, Joann A. 444 Anderson, Joe M. 479 Backer, Steven A. 480 Badham, Crawford G. 444 Baggett, Alonzo 480 Becky, Baggett 414,480 Baggett, Cathy 480 Baggett, Clint A. 480 Baggs, Stephen E. 480 Bagley, Hollis R. 444 Bagwell, Clifford G. 386,480 Bagwell, Drenda C. 444 Bagwell, Genetta 413,474 Bagwell,Thomas L. 480 Acee, Wesley W. 478 Achorn,Judy L. 414,478 Acree, Jesse O'Neal 478 Adair, Marcia 478 Adair, Olivia Vynn 478 Adams, Barbara V. 410,478 Adams,James M. 478 Adams, Johnny 386 Adams, Johnny W. 444 Adams, Kathrynn A. 478 Adams, Mary Frances 478 Adams, Paul D. 478 Adams, Rosemary 444 Adams, Susan E. 478 Adams,William C. 478 Aday, Don E. 478 Adcock,Joseph R. 474 Adderhold, Judy 478 Adderhold, Terry W. 478 Adkins, Jim 380 Adnee, Christine L. 478 Agee, William Henry 390,394,444 Agricola, Thomas S. 478 Agstin, Suzanne 478 Akin, Bobby D. 478 Akin, Damon 478 Akridge, Brenda T. 444 Akridge, Robert M. 394,444 Albert, Jeanette 478 Albright, Carl W. 472 Albright, Deborah L. 444 Anderson,John L. 479 Anderson, Judy V. 479 Anderson, Kristi L. 479 Anderson, Margaret R. 474 Anderson, Tom 390,410,444 Anderton, Roy Douglas 444 Andrews, Clifford 479 Andrews, Everett Ronnie Andrews, George W. 472 Andrews, James M. 479 Andrews, Michael R. 479 Andrews, O. L. 479 444 Andrews, PatriciaJ. 444,479 Andrews, Ronnie 394 Arbogast, Linda S. 479 Arendall, Robert A. 444 Argo, James R. 479 Arias, Ramon S. 479 Armistead, George Sidney 479 Armour, Beverly M. 479 Armstrong, Kaye E. 479 Armstrong, Steve R. 479 Arnold Barry H. 479 Bailey, Barbara J. 480 Bailey, Charles E. 386,480 Bailey, David N. 474 Bailey, Georgia A. 444 Bailey, Gay H. 480 Bailey,James H. 480 Bailey, James W. 444 Bailey, Jerry Z. 444 BaiIey,John B. 444 Bailey,John D. 480 Bailey, John l. 480 Bailey, Pattie 480 Baine,J. Michael 480 Baird, David R. 480 Baird, RobertC. 480 Baites, Baites, Baker, John W. 444 John 480 Jan 421 Baker, Judy M. 480 Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker. Brooks H. 445 James R. 445 Linda J. 480 Teresa D. 480 Wayne 480 Arnold, Charles E. 444 Arnold, David 392 Arnold, Edwin 402 Arnold, Linda C. 479 Arnold, Sharon J. 444 Arnold, Stephen R. 444 Arrington, Alan H. 479 Arrington, Pauline 479 Alcott, RussellJ. 478 Alderdiee, John D. 444 Aldridge, Ramona 478 Aldridge, William P. 394,478 Alexander, Bonnie 478 Alexander, BrendaJ. 474 Alexander, Carol P. 406,478 Alexander, Carolyn J. 478 Alexander, Danny Levert 478 Alexander, Janet 478 Alexander, Michael D. 478 Alexander, Thomas Reed 444 Arwood. Jane E. 444 Ash, Rick W. 479 Ashbee, Stewart G. 479 Ashby, Wilson 404 Ashe, Evelyn J. 479 Ashford, Donnell C. 444 Ashley, James S. 479 Ashton, Dolly 479 Aspinwall, Leslie N. 479 Aspray, Donald W. 479 Atchley, Linda R. 444 Atchley, Robert Dorwood 444 Balch, Milton 480 Baldone, Donna M. 480 Baldwin, Bethany A. 480 Balenger, Belinda J. 480 Balentine, Sheila 480 Ballard, M argaret S. 480 Ballard, Gary C. 445 Ballengee, David C. 480 Bambarger, Jim 394 Bamberg, Robert P. 480 Banister, Gary L. 480 Bank, James T. 480 Banks, J. Donald 481 Banks, Jamie 481 Banks, Jessica A. 481 Banks, Robert M. 445 Bankston, Linda 481 Bankston, Shelia F. 445 Baranski, Linda 481 Alford,John P. 478 Alford, Thomas J. 444 Allcorn, Charles E. 478 Alldredge, Billy H. 444 Allen, Barbara C. 478 Allen, CarRJs Rae 444 Allen, Cheryl J. 478 Allen, David A. 478 Allen, David L. 478 Allen, Emily E. 444 Allen, Gail 478 Allen, Geiorge W. 444 Allen, J. D. 478 Allen,Joseph M. 478 Allen, Kenneth D. 478 Allen, Rae 405 Allen, Wanda R. 478 Alley, Susan L. 444 Allgood, Charles W. 478 Allin, Marcie M. 478 Allison, Patricia J. 479 Allison, Sonja Diane 444 Allred, Harold P. 479 Allred, James David 479 Allums, Betty J. 414,479 Allums, Cindy 479 Allums,JoAnn 479 Alred, Deborah D. 479 Alred, RobertW. 479 Alsbrooks, Ronald L. 479 A1verson,Jim H. 479 Alvis, Willard 479 Ambrose, William T. 479 ' Amerine, Kathryn P. 479 Ammons, Roxanne C. 479,418 Atchley, Ronald Calven 444 Atkins, Danny D. 479 Atkinson, Harry Thomas 479 Attaway, Alfred Walter 479 Atwell, Paula Vee 408,48 Atwood, Jane 383 Auerbach, Larry A. 444 Ausman, Kenny Joe 480 Austin, Elaine 480 Austin, Harry O. 480 Austin, Judith J. 398,474 Austin, Suzanne 480 Avant, Laraine 480 Abant, William 480 Avery, Ann 480 Avery, Daniel M. 480 Avery, Handy 415 Avery James R. 444 Avery, Louie K. 480 Avery, Richard M. 444 Axelroth, Sanford B. 480 Axt, Linda K. 444 Aycock, Jerry Ann 444 Ayer, Ann E. 480 Ayotte, Linda U. 444 B Baars, Frauna M. 480 Baars, Theo D. 480 Baccus, Linda E. 444 Baccus, Steve 386 Baccus, William R. 444 Bachelor, Sonya 416 Bachus, Spencer T. 472 563 0 Barbee, Gary M. 481 Barber, Georgianne 481 Barber, Pamela M. 481 Barber , Thomas 481 Barelare, John D. 481 Barker Barnes ,Michael T. 481 ,Anthony L. 481 Barnes, Beverly J. 481 Barnes, Bruce W. 481 Barnes, Christopher L. 481 Barnes, Debbie 408,481 Barnes, Elizabeth A. 481 Barnes, Ellen 383,481 Barnes, H. M. 481 Barnes, Stevenson F. 445 Barnes Barnes Barnes ,Susan M. 481 ,William A. 481 W. S. 397 Barnett, Frank S. 481 Barnett, Keith 417 Barnett, Louis 472 Barnette, Barbara 481 Barr, Brenda 481 Barr, George E. 481 Barrett, Andrew L. 481 Barrett, Faye 385 Barrineau, Bony 481 Barrow, Deborah A. 481 Barsell, Debra C. 481 Bartlet te, Roy E. 481 Bartmess, Nancy 481 Barton Debby 481 BartoniJohn E. 481 Barton, Susan T. 481 Barton, William J. 481 Basan, Edward M. 445 Bass, Barbara L. 481 Bass, Cary A. 481 Bass,Jon L. 445 Bass, Sally T. 481 Bassett, Beth A. 481 Bassett, Pam P. 481 Batchelor, Sonya D. 445 Batemon, Betty M. 383,445 Bateman, Bonnie J. 445 Bates, Bates, Betty M. 445 Donna J. 445 Bates, Doris D. 445 Bates,Jacqulyn 481 Bates,.lohn M. 445 Bates,John M. 445 Bates, Rondi 481 Bates, William N. 481 Batson, Robert S. 481 Baughman, Georgia M. 474 Baughman, Willis B. 472 Bauman, William M. 481 Baxter, Glenn N. 472 Bayer, Kimberley H. 445 Beach, Patricia E. 481 Beacham, William A. 481 Beadle, Samuel G. 481 Beadles. Katherine P. 481 Beard, Debbie 423 Beard, Deborah C. 445 Beard, RobertT. 474 Bearden, Martha A. 482,445 Bearden, Rodney J. 482 Bearden, Ronald P. 445 Beasley, Charles A. 482 Beasley, Linda R. 445 Beasley, Murray W. 482 Beason, David W. 482 Beason, Stephen E. 445 Beaton, Robert M. 386,445 Bearry,Charlotte 482 Beauchamp, Annette M. 482 Beauchamp, Lynn M. 445 Beaven, Horace H. 482 Beavers, Virginia L. 445 Beavers, Wendell M. 482 Beck, Cary G. 482 Beck, Drexel 482 Beck,John H. 482 Beck. Rolla E. 472 Beckham, Eugene C. 445 Beckley, Susan 482 Beckwith,Carolyn 482 Bedics, Bonnie C. 474 Bedics, Richard A. 474 Bedsole, Travis M. 482 Bedsole, Randall G. 445 Beeler,John H. 445 Behm, Douglas 482 Belcher, Beverly J. 474 Belcher, Brent 482 Belcher, Linda 415 Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bonne 474 Deborah J. 482 ,Deborah L. 482 ,John David 445 Rebecca S. 482 Ronald L. 394,445 Sheila M. 482 William K. 472 Belnap, Kristine L. 445 Belyeu,John M. 414,482 Benefield, Kathryn 482 Benefield. 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II 503 Gross, Patricia 503 Grover,Joel M. 452 Grover, Patricia E. 503 Groves,James C. 504 Guarind, Joseph A. 504 Gubler, Dennis W. 452 Gudaitis, Ben M. 504 Guerard, Margaret D. 594 Guerine, Larry R. 452 Guossman, Terry 504 Guice, Bethany M. 504 Guillot, Patti A. 504,382 Guin, Emma K. 416 579 Gulas, Theodore C. 504 Gum, Charlotte L. 452 Gunn, Mary E. 504 Gunter,Jeral B. 504 Gunter, Keith F. 504 Gunter, Sandra G. 504 Gunter, Thomas L. 504 Gurley, Michael E. 472 Gussio,John V. 452 Guthrie, David E. Jr. 452 Guthrie, Georgeanna 504 Guthrie, Terry J. 504 Guttman,James A. 504 H Haas, Martha C. 504 Habshet,John A. 452 Habshey. Mary E. 452 Hackney, Susan A. 504 Haedicke, George J. 504 Hagen, Glenn W. 453 Haggstrom, Gerard D. 453,414 Hagood, Danny W. 504,395 Hagood, Donny C. 504,395 Hagood, Karen E. 604 Haigh. Robert C. 504 Haigh, Sandra G. 453 Haigler. Debra N. 504 Hale, Constance S. 453 Hale, Monica Z. 453 Hale, Peggy 504 Hale, Robert S. 504 Haley, Joseph 504 Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall :Sheila M. 504 Hall, , Carolyn C. 383,385,453 Carolyn C. 504 Larry F. 504 Margaret 504 Marvin D. 504 Mary E. 453 Michael A. 504 Pauline 504 Ramona F. 504 Susan E. 504 Hall, William O. 453 Hallam, William J. 504 Hallman, Lucy E. 475 Hallman, Robert L. 453 Hallmark, Ronald 395 Halter, Lawrence M. 504 Hamby, Gregory W. 504 Hamby, Martha 387,388 Hamner,Tim L. 504 Hamilton, Carolyn A. 504 Hamilton, David R. 453 Hamilton, Fulton S. 504 Hamilton, Jenny D. 453 Hamilton Katrina 453 Hamilton Hamilton Nancy M . 382,504 :William 504 Hamiter, John C. 504 Hammond, Jerry W. 472 Hammond, Melanie G. 453 Hammond, Shirley A. 421,504 Hammond, Stephen V. 504 Hammond, Susan E. 453 Harris, Michael D. 505 Harris, Nancy K. 505 Harris, Richard L. 505 Harris, Rochelle 420 Harris, Sarah 415 Harris, Suzanne 453 Harris, Theresa I. 505 Harris, Wilma 382,383,453 Harrison, Carey 505 Harrison, Dianne F. 505 Harrison, James G. 453 Harrison, Janice G. 505 Harrison, John R. 390,475 Harrison, Katherine E. 505 Harrison, Nancy C. 505 Harrison, Patsy J. 453 Harrison, Rickey B. 394,505 Harrison, Tade M. 505 Harry, Eleanor V. 453 Harsany, Frederick J. 506 Hart, Robert H. 506 Harte, Robert J. 506 Hendrix, John C. 507 Hendrix, Sandra M. 454 Henley, Richard B. 507 Hennessy,Tim C. 507 Henninger, Francis J. 422,454 Henry, Beverly A. 507 Henry, Diane L. 454 Henry, George M. 507 Henry, Thomas A. 507 Hensel, Reinhilde 475 Herald, David 414 Herbert, Isabel 507 Hereford, Carolyn F. 507 Hereford, Joe M. 454 Herlong, Warren C. 390,454 Hermiz, Thomas B. 454 Herndon,Thomas D. 454 Herring, Cheryl A. 421,507 Herring, Patricia R. 507 Herring. Randall L. 507 Hess. Philip W. 507 Hess, Rickey L. 507 Hamner, Barbara A. 504 Hamner,James C. 505 Hamner, Mark S. 504 Hamner, Marjorie O. 505 Hartley, Dean C. 453 Hartley, Robert R. 506 Hartley, Sandra J. 506 Hartley, Stephen C. 506 Hampton,John B. 505 Hampshire, Mary Lou 382,385,453 Hamrie, Bonard W. 453 Hamrick, Glen 453 Hanan, Rachel R. 505 Hanby, Patricia Kay 505 Hancock, Alice J. 505 Hancock, Carolyn M. 453 Hand,Janet L. 505 Hand, Mike 380 Handley, James C. 453 Handley, Lynne E. 505 Handley, Roger J. 505 Handwerger, Ronald H. 505 Handzel, Douglas J. 505 Hanes, Rebecca A. 453 Hanes, Thomas B. 505 Haney, Donna F. 453 Hanlin, William M. 505 Hann, Amy 453 Hann, Dinah M. 453 Hanson, Donna R. 453 Harbarger, Joseph T. 453 Harbert, Patricia J. 453 Harbin, Hoss 505 Harbin,Judith A. 453 Harbor, Kenneth L. 505 Hardesty,Jane N. 385,386,407,453 Hardin, E. Dennis 505 Hardin. Hans R. 505 Hardin,John R. 505 Hardin, Mary V. 505 Harding, R. Michael 505 Harding,James A. 453 Harding, Sandra L. 475 Hardy,Joseph D. 505 Hardy,Judith A. 505 Hargett, Gregory H. 453 Hargett, Michael 453 Hargrave, Karl D. 417,505 Hargrove,John P. 505 Harking,James K. 453 Harless, Richard P. 475 Harlin, Nancy E. 505 Harper, Nancy W. 453 Hartman, Christine B. 506 Hester, Charles F. 475 Hester, Darry D. 454 Hester, Randy B. 507 Hester, Robert L. 507 Hester, Wayne L. 454 Hartmann, Debra K. 506 Hartzog, Kenneth D. 453 Harvell, Billy W. 453 Harvell, Patricia G. 454 Harwell, Brenda K. 506 Haskins, Nancy E. 419.506 Hasson, Diane E. 506 Hasty, Randy L. 454 Hasty, Rebecca L. 506 Hataway, Clifford J. 506 Hataway, Jack 414 Hatch, Marian L. 454,382,387,389 Hatcher, Nancy E. 382,506 Hatcher, Nolan C. 506 Hatfield,John H. 506 Hathaway,Janice C. 506 Hattaway,Jerome M. 454 Hatton. Wanda E. 454 Haughton. Patsy A. 414,506 Havens, Robert L. 506 Heusinger, Bert A. 507 Hewitt, Ginny 507 Hewitt. Jerry D. 507 Hewitt, Sharon M. 507 Hewson,James R. 507 Hiam, Hicks, Hicks. Hicks. Randall A. 507 Bradley S. 507 Debbie A. 507 Dianne 507 Hawkins . Cathy V. 506 Hawkins. . Dorothy K. 454 Hawkins, Hawkins. . Linda L. 454 Hawkins Hawkins Connell A. 506 Jane S. 506 Joseph E. 400,454 Hay, Lynn 506 Hayden.Jean L. 506 Hayes, Brenda C. 454 Hayes. Cynthia A. 454 Hayes. Mary E. 506 Haygood, Marion L. 506 Haynes, Carol Z. 454 Haynes,John C, 454 Haynes, William H. 506 Hays, Patty A. 506 Haywood, Mary J. 506 Head, Brenda G. 475.381 Head,Jane H. 454 Head, RobertW. 506 Hicks, Galyn V. 507 Hicks.James L. 404,454 Hicks, Rebecca L. 507 Hieserman, Robert A. 507 Hierbaum, Mark S. 507 Higdon, Donna J. 507 Higginbotham, James M. 507 Higgins. Bill 405 Higgins.James R. 454 Higgins,Judith T. 507 Hightower, Suzanne 507 Hildreth, William B. 507 Hill, Alice F. 507 Hill. Charles R. 507 Hill, Dixie D. 507 Hill.Janet F. 507 Hill. Nancy L. 507 Hill. Miriam 396 Hillard, Mary K. 507 Hilleke, Diane D. 454 Hillman. Bobbie L. 416.507 Hillman,James D. 386,454 Hilson.John L. 454 Hinchey. Cynthia A. 507 Hinds, Ann S. 454 Hinds,John C. 507 Hines, Marion E. 454 Hines, Charles N. 414.507 Hines. Hack W. 507 Hanes. Ronie E. 507 Hines, William L. 454 Heald. David G. 454 Heaps, David N. 506 Heard, Merrill T. 454 Hearn, Martha V. 506 Harper, Trussel D. 453 Harrell, Harrell, Harrell Harrell James E. 453 Linda D. 396,453 ,Sheila D. 505 Thomas R. 3 94,505 Harrell, William B. 505 Harrell, William E. 505 Harrelson, William R. 505 Harriman, Patricia R. 453 Harrington, Leslie C. 505 Harris, Angelo C. 453 Harris, Ann M. 453 Harris, Betty J. 505 Harris, Brenda D. 505 Harris,Carol L. 383,505 Harris, Charles B. 453 Harris, Diana P. 505 Harris, Harriet E. 505 Harris, Hugh C. 505 Harris, Iris 419,382,453 Harris, Jill 505 Harris,Jo Ann 385 Harris, Marion L. 505 Harris, Melba 1. 453 Heath, Wanda L. 506 Heblon, Erwin E. 506 Hecht, C. Luann 506 Heckeroth, Chris 506 Hedgspeth.James E. 506 Held, Ronald 506 Helf, Michael A. 506 Hellman, Barbara K. 506 Helms, Mary E. 413.506 Helson, Roger A. 506 Helton,Glenn H. 506 Hemphill, Kathy J. 506 Henderson, Brenda J. 506 Henderson, David P. 506 Henderson, Donald B. 506 Henderson, Helen 506 Henderson,James M. 506 Henderson,Jere A. 506 Henderson,John C. 507 Henderson, Susan G. 507 Henderson, Thomas E. 400,454 Hendley, Ann C. 507 Hendon, James R. 507 Hendrick, Cindy A. 507 580 Hinton Hinton Hinton Hinton .Cheryl A. 508 ,Delmas E. 508 .Janet H. 454 . Kenneth C. 454 H inson, Thomas L. 386,454 Hixon, Julie 508 Hitchcock. Ray 454 Hobbs, Betty J. 508 Hobbs. Lowry R. 508 Hocutt, Kathy L. 508 Hodges, Durwood M. 508 Hodnette, Mary D. 508 Hoefer.William A. 508 Hoffman,James H. 508 Hofstetter, Nancy J. 415.454 Hofstetter. Robert B. 475 Hogg, Hampton H. 508 Hoggle, Ronald L. 454 Hogue, Bobby 381 Hogue, Rebecca A. 508 Hogue, John 410 Hogue, Ken 380 Hogue, Robert 508 Hoit,William 393 Holberg, RobertS. 475 Holbrook, Dixie M. 475 Holbrook, Harold B. 454 Holbrook, Linda C. 508 For the Convenience ot the University Community Uh ity matinnal ank THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE University Branch Hackberry Lane and Tenth Street McFarland Mall WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORE Tuscaloosa, A1 El Holcomb, Martha 404 Huckabee, Eric G. 509 Hughes, Charlotte A. 509 Holcomb, William H. 508 Holden, Judith G. 508 Holden, Randell 508 Holderfield, Margaret A. 508 Holiday, Trissy 382 Holladay, C. Randolph 508 Holladay, Patricia L. 508 Holland,Thornas L. 508 Holleman,Carol O. 508 Holleman,John E. 454 Holley, Carole K. 416,508 Holley, Roselyn W. 454 Hollifield, Charles P. 454 Hollinger, Louise O. 508 Hollingshead, David W. 508 Hollingsworth, Brenda K. 508 Hollingworth, John C. 508 Hollingsworth, Marcia V. 508 Hollis, F. Nall 454 Holloway, Mildred E. 475 Ho1mes,Jerry W. 454 Holman,John R. 508 Holmer,John F. 508 Holmes,James R. 508 Holmes,Jean B. 508 Holloway, Katherine J. 508 Holsomback. Howard D. 454 Holt, Steve 414 Honea. Shirley A. 508 Honeycutt, Brenda 415 Hood, Alexander R. 508 Hood, Barbara L. 454 Hood, Harvey J. 508 Hood, Lyle F. 508 Hood, Robert K. 454 Hood. Ronald E. 454 Hooper, Linda R. 508 Huckabee, Martha A. 455 Hudclleston, Forrest L. 509 Hudgins, Lester P. 455 Hudson Bobby J. 455 Hudson: Cynthia J. 455 Hudson,James V. 455 Hudson, John T. 455 Hudson, Joseph W. 509 Hudson. Hudson Wanda J. 509 William D. 397,472 Hugghins, Charles P. 509 Huggins, Ernest W. 455 Hughes, Deborah A. 509 Hughes, Herbert L. 455 Hughes, Hilda J. 475 Hughes.Janice K. 455 Hughes,JoAnne 509 Hu hes Louie E. 509 Hunter, Mike S. 509 Hunter, Robert E. 509 Hunter, Scott 380 Hurst, Bonnie B. 509 Hurst, Diane 509 Hurst, Patricia A. 509 Hurst,Thomas F. 509 Husband, Hunter 380 Hussey, Michael H. 509 Hutchins,Jean M. 509 Hutchinson, Frank W. 509 Hutchinson, Katherine H. 509 Hutson,John M. 509 Hutson, Melvin R. 472 Hoplins, Hooper, Sarah F. 508 Hoover, Anthony E. 475 Hoover, Tom 380 Hopkins.Jerry L. 508 Nancy J. 508 g . Hughes, Terrill W. 509 Hughes. William A. 455 Hughey. George W. 455 Hughey, Gregory R. 455 Hughston. Caroline 509 Hughey. Robert M. 509 Hugo, Nancy Ross 455 Huie. Richard T. 414.455 Hull. Alecia O. 416.421.4155 Hull. David C. 455 Humber, Cora E. 509 Humber, James T. 509 Humber.John D. 509 Humber. Robert W. 509 Humber. Thomas J. 509 Humble. Pam 393 Humble. Dr.Thomas 394 Humphrey. Herman O. 509 Humphrey. Robert 509 Humphries. Randy L. 509 Hundley. Gayle 455 Hunt. Tommy A. 509 Hunter. Amy L. 509 Hutto ,Celia 414 Hutto. Jenny 383 Hutto, Sarah J. 455 Hutto, Susan C. 455 Hutto,Joe D. 509 Hutto, Richard L. 509 1-Iyalt, John W. 455 Hyche,Jerry M. 405,455 Hyche, Terry C. 455 Hyde. Michael 509 Hyde. Ramona S. 509 Hydrick, Robert V. 510 I lde. Kathryn L. 510 Idleman. Lynda S. 510 Ingalls, Ida J. 510 Inge. D. Teresa 510 lngle, Gene 455 Ingram. Patsy R. 510 Innes.Jan E. 510 Innes. Mike 380.510 lnsler, Jill M. 510 InZer.Joan C. 510 Isaaca. Lee N. 510 Isbell, Paul T. 510 Ivey. Martin A. 510 Ivey. Susan K. 510 Hopkins, Susan M. 508 Hopper. Dennis 381 Hopper, Michael E. 508 Hopper, Robert L. 472 Horan, Johnny C. 508 Horn, Franklin L. 454 Horn, Robert W. 455 Horne, Sandi K. 455 Hornsby, Ernie H. 455 Horton, Amanda 508 Horton, Marilyn E. 508 Hunter, Beth 509 Ivins. James M. 510 Hosier, Charles M. 508 Hosmer, Denis R. 508 Houseal, Eva E. 508 Houston,James K. 508 Houston, Philip C. 509 Howard, Bill 417 Howard, Bernis C. 455 Howard, Charles D. 455 Howard, George C. 509 Howard,John R. 509 Howard, Lynn H. 509 Howell Delon 410 Howell: Gwen M. 509 Howe1l,John M. 455 Howell, Judy C. 455 Howell, Howell, Howell, Mary A. 509 Rannie D. 455 Sandra M. 509 Howell,Tracy A. 509 Howington,Jo A. 385.455 Howland, David C. 509 Hubbard, Carolyn L. 509 Hubbard, Perry 509 Huber,Jacquelyn M. 455 Huber, M. Marchelle 509 Huck. Paul T. 455 582 Jordan J Jackson, Billy W. 510 Jackson,Charles H. 510 Jackson, Edward R. 510 Jackson, Elva A. 455 Jackson, George T. 455 Jackson, Hollis 413 Jackson,Janet L. 510 Jackson,Jennie H. 510 Jackson,Jimmy R. 510 Jackson,John E. 404,510 Jackson, Lane N. 510 Jackson, Margaret M. 510 Jackson, Morris A. 455 Jackson, Paula J. 510 Jacob,Jerry 381 Jacob, Jerry E. 455 Jacobs, Rice A. 510 Jaffe, Rita 408 James,Carmelita M. 510 James, Christian 455 James Don M. 510 James, Maurice 455 James William E. Jr. 510 Jamison, G regory 455 Johnson,Juane11 511 Johnson,Judy A. 511,418 Johnson,Judy L. 456 Johnson, Lawrence H. 111 456 Johnson, Leslie 410 Johnson, M. Camille 511,396,415 Johnson, Oran G. 511 Johnson, Pamela F. 511 Johnson, Patil T. 511 Johnson, R. Gary 456 Johnson, Rosalyn 396,414 Johnson, Raymond E. 456 Johnson, Seaborn D. 511 Johnson, Suzanne L. 511 Johnson,Theresa 423 Johnson, Valerie C. 511 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Willis A. 511 William J. 511 YvonneF. 511 Johnston, Bobby 386 Johnston, Donny Johnston Johnston Jr.,James G. 475 Jerry M. 456 Johnston: Judy F. 511 Johnston Johnston Pattie R. 456 iTerry w. 511 Jones, Phillip W. 511 Jones, Robert A. 511 Jones, Robert E. 456 Jones, Robert K. 511 Jones, Robin D. 512 Jones, Roger K. 456 Jones, S. Diane 456 Jones, Shirley 414 Jones, Shirley 408,41 Jones, Shirley 413 Jones, Shirley R. 512,408,414,413 Jones, Stephen H. 512 Jones, Toni L. 512 Jones, Velma 512 Jordan, Brent E. 512 Jordan Jordan ,Gary 400 , Gary L. 456 Jordan, Gloria 382 Jordan, Gloria M. 456 Jordan, Jordan Jordan Jordan James D. 512 Jr.,John A. 512 ,Randall G. 512 ,Rebecca A. 512 Jordan, Steven M. 512 Jordan, William 400 Jr., William D. 4 4,413 56 Jamison,Judy 408 Jamison,Judy F. 408.510 Jamison, Linda L. 455 Jandrlich, Robert L. 510 Johnston, Sandra J. 456 Johnston, Sarah H. 511 J0hson,Ches1ey 392 Jolly, H. Mack 511 Journey, Priscilla L. 512 Joyce, Joseph C. 456 Joyner,Judith A. 512 Joyner, Mary E. 512 Jansen, Kenneth M. 455 Jarrell, Randall E. 510 Jerrell, Stephen B. 510,417 Jean, Cecil P. 510 Jeffares, William C. 455 Jolly Jr.,James L. 456 Jolly, Windell L. 475 Jone, Donna A. 511 Jones, Alex W. Jr. 511 Jones, Allen B. 511 Judas, Moria E. 512 Justice, A. Dare 512 Justice, Wiley 512 Justin, Daniel J. 512 Jeffreys, Mary E. 510 Jones 111, Arthur A. 511 K Jenkins,Ju1ia J. 455 Jones, Barbara 414 Jenkins, Sharon D. 510 Jones, Barbara G. 511 Kain, Charlotte 404 Jennings, Candy G. 510 Jones, Barbara J. 511,414 Kain, Charlotte A. 456 Jennings, Carta J. 510 Jones, Barbara C. 511 Kane, David 394 Jennings, Mary L. 510 Jones, Dale D. 511 Kaminsky, Diane L. 512 Jennings, Carol A. 510 Jones, David 405 Kane, Mary A. 512 Jett, Marie 510 Jones, David M. 456 Kanelos, Frank T. 512 Jewell, Wendell G. 510 Jones, Deborah A. 511 Kappel, Lowell A. 512 Jif1kS, Lynn W. 111 510 Jones, Ernest N. 511 Kapsimalis, Mike 380 Jabson, Ann B. 510.396 Jones. Evelyn 416 Kassack, Harold J. 456 Joe, Suelin L- 510 Jones, Gary L. 456 Kate, Richard 512 Johns, Randy 392 Jones, Guy G. 511 Kauchick, Nancy L. 512 Johns, Randy C. 455 Jones, Harry R. 511 Kavamaugh, Catherine 420 Johnson, Arnold C. 455 Jones, Holly 1. 511 Kavanaugh, Catherine L. 456 Johnson, Beth 510 Jones, James R. 456 Kay, James M. Jr. 512 JOl'lHSOf1, Bobby N. 510 Jones, Jan E. 511 Kearney, S. Van 456 Johnson, Brenda S. 455 Jones, Janice L. 511 Keating, James H. 512 Johnson, Carol D. 510 Jones, Joseph L. 511 Keel, Ralph H. 512 Johnson, Caroline E. 455 Jones, Karen 511 Keene, MHXWCIIOH T- 456 Johnson,Camil1e 396,415 Jones. Keith M. 456 Keene, Thomas H. 456 Johnson,Carro1l 418 Jones, Latanya V. 456 Keith, Alan 400 Johnson, Cathy 414,387,385 Jones, Linda C. 511 Keith, Alan M. 456 Johnson, Chesley R. 455 Jones, Louise A. 511 Keith, Carolyn L. 512 Johnson, Daniel J. 456 Jones, Margaret E. 511 Keith, Donald W. 456 Johnson, Edward A. 456 Jones, Margaret E. 511 Keith, Frank W. 512 Johnson, Evelyn A. 510 Jones, Marilyn 414 Keith,James 394 Johnson, Glen R. 510 Jones, Marvin K. 456 Keith, James M. 456 Johnson, James D. 511 Jones, Moses C. 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Robert P. 516 Lovelady, Vicki S. 516 eborah L. 516 Locicard, Charles 400 Lockh Loeb, Loeb, art,James R. 516 Albert D. 516 Beverly A. 458 Loeb, Tina 516 Loffre do, Mary E. 516 Loftin, Samuel L. 458 Loftin,Thomas 392,402,404,458 Loftis, Vicki K. 458 Logan, Dennis A. 458 Logan,Jan 516 Logan, Linda G. 516 Logan Michael E. 516 Logan: Stephen D. 516 Logan, Vicki E. 516 Logan, Vivan .1. 458 Lollar Rosemary 458 tondoh, David A. 458 Long, Aubrey L. 516 Long, Jacqueline L. 458 Long, Loyd M. 516 Long, Mary D. 516 Long, Patricia L. 516 Long, Roland R. 516 Lovett. Stephen W. 458 Lovoy, Joyce 458 Lowe, Ann A. 404,407,516 Lowe. Gail 383,398 Lowe, David 404.458 Lowery, Alice L. 421,516 Lowery. Don 417 Loery, Pamela K. 516 Lowery. India P. 414.516 Lowther. John G. 458 Loyd, Robert T. 516 Loyd, Sharon D. 516 Loyd,Tim G. 516 Luallen, James R. 516 Lucas, Bobby G. 458 Lucas, Kathy J. 516 Lucas, Larry D. 458 Lucas, William T. 516 Luck, Sharon J. 516 Ludwig.John M. 458 Luff,Janice 421.516 Luker. Peggy C. 516 Luks, Marc S. 516 Lulky, William D. 516 Lumpkin, Linda E. 458 Lumpton, Linda 383 Lundberg, Deborah L. 516 Lundy, Nancy C. 475 Luscher. Harry A. 516 Lustig, Bruce H. 517 Lutz, Elizabeth B. 517 Luxich, Susann 382.458 586 Lyerly. Richard H. 517 Lyle, Melinda F. 517 Lyles, Diane 517 Lynch, Patricia A. 517 Lynch, Susan E. 517 Lynn. Fraser G. 517 Lyons,.Iames K. 458 Lyon. Michael D. 517 Lyons. Mary T. 517 Lyons. Reba M. 517 M Mabrey.Jim E. 517 M acbeth, Robert B. 475 MacDaniel,John M. 458 Mace, David W. 517 M ace. Stephen A. 517 Mackentepe. Bert 402 Mackey, Clyde D. 517 Mackey. Olivia K. 517 Mackie, Margaret M. 517 M acksoud, Fuad E. 517 Macksoud. Joseph A. 517 Madison. Kathy 385 Madison, Katherine 458 Maddox, Larry C. 517 Maddox, Lisbeth H. 517 Maddox. Melinda A. 517 Maddox, Mark S. 517 Maddox, Michael S. 517 Mades, Sandra L. 517 Magel, Nancy L. 517 Magruder, Virginia L. 458 Mahaffey, Sacha A. 517 Mahan, Shirley 387,389 Mahon,Jerry M. 458 Mahone, Molly G. 517 Mahood, Danner L. 517 Major. Faye A. 517 Makowski, Virginia L. 517 Mallory,Thomas A. 517 Malmquist, Charles E. 517 Malone, Linda K. 517 Malone. Patricia A. 517 Maloy, Richard A. 517 Manar, Martha P. 458 Manasco,J. Michael 458 Mancuso. Alan S. 517 Mangum, Edgar F. 458 Mann.Connie L. 517 Mann, Robert P. 517 Manning, Trisha 420 Manuel, Patricia R. 458 Mapes. Nancy G. 517 Mapes, Tom R. 517 Maples.Jimmy C. 517 Maples. Sam 517 Marbut. Earl W. 517 Marchman, Robert S. 517 Marcum. Sheila J. 517 Martin. Thomas E. 459 Marty. Margaret 413 Marty. Margaret R. 518 Mary. James R. Jr. 518 Mary. Marsha J. 518 Masingill. John H. 518 Mason. Alan G. 518 Mason.J. Barry 393 Mason, Patricia L. 459 Mason. Priscilla G. 518 Massengale, Barbara S. 459 Massengale. Lorna J. 518 Massetti. Diana V. 518 Marcus. Robert G. 517 Marino. Frank R. 517 Markham. Donald R. 517 Marks.Sarah S. 517 Marks. Susan C. 518 lVlarlar,James R. 458 Marlar.Jerry D. 518 Marler. James 400.395 Marquis. Danny F. 518 Marsh. RobertS. 458 Marsh. Melissa B. 518 Marsh, William H. 518 Marshall.Jan L. 518 Marshall.Judith H. 518 Marshall. Rick W. 518 Martin Dennie W. 518 Martin. Douglas S. 518 Martin.James A. 459 lVIartin.Jean 416 Martin Judy L. 518 Martin Kathy L. 518 Martin. Kenneth L. 518 Martin. Martha A. 518 Martin. Martha S. 518 Martin. Monique 518 Martin. Robert C. 518 Martin. Suzanne C. 459 lVlartin.Terry H. 518 Massey. Caroline B. 518 Massey. Dianne .l. 459 Massey.Jerry W. 518 Massey.Judy R. 518 M assey, Laura D. 518 Massey. Laura J. 518 Massey. Libby 383 Massey. Mary E. 416 Massey. Mary E. 459 Massey. Ron A. 518 M assey. Sandra G. 518 M ateer M ateeri lVl ather Andrea 382 Andrea K. 518 Jr. Alexander M. 472 Mathis. Candace S. 518 Mathis Delores V. 518 Matsos.ChrisT. 518 Matthews. Alethea J. 518 Matthews. Carter B. Jr. 518 Matthews. Christopher W. 518 Matthews. F. Bradley 518 Mathews. .lulie N. 518 Mathews, Alethea 382 lV1atthews.Alethea 416 Matthews. Carter 381 Matthews. Rose E. 518 lV1auldin.Charles 417 Mauldin. Charles F. 518 Mauldin. Michael C. 518 Mauldin. William M. 518 Maurer. Gretta G. 459 Maxwell, Barbara 403 May. Bonita G. 518 May, Frederick G. 518 May. Jan 518 May,John T. 519 May, Richard 402 Mayer. Dr. Morris 393 Mayes, Linda S. 519 Mayhall. Wanda K. 519 Maynor. John 404 Mazer, Bari D. 519 McAbee, Joey 459 McAdams.Charlie S. 519 McAdams, David R. 519 McAdams, Lynda D. 459 McAliley. Larry A. 459 McAlister. Angelene C. 519 McAllister. Harry H. 459 McAllister, Robert N. 519 McAlpin.Clifford Stiles 519 McCarr, R. Gregory 519 McArther, Willis P. 519 McBrayer.Jessie D. 519 McBrayer, Nicky L. 519 McBride. Martha L. 519 lVlcBurney, Elizabeth L. 519 McCabe, Ann P. 459 McCaig. Jr.. Delmar L. 459 McCain. David 392 McCain, David Oscar, Jr. 459 McCain. Susan Christine 519 McCaleb. Charles E. 519 McCaleb. Shelby B. 519 McCamy. Sally 423 McCamy. William R. 519 McCarley, Yvonne 459 McCarn. Mildred C. 459 McCarroll,Th0mas P. 519 587 McCarty, J. Shannon 459 McCarver, Steve 417 McCarver, Steven A. 519 McCaskill, Millie 413 McCaskill, Millie 382 McCaskill, Mildred E. 519 McClendon, Robert T. 459 McClung, Nancy G. 459 McClure, Charles S. 519 McCollum, Cheryl A. 519 McCollum, Dolores 459 McCollum, Nancy G. 519 McCollum, Warren H. 459 McCombs, Kathy J. 519 McConaghy, Marvin L. 519 McConnell, Regina E. 519 McCook, William H. 520 McCord, Max L. 519 McCord, Samuel R. 519 McCormack, Frank M. 519 McCormick, Linda S. 519 McCormack, Mary H. 459 McCorquodale, Robin E. 459 McCowan, Edwin T. Jr. 459 McCowan, Edwin 410 McCowan,James 1. 519 McCoy, Billy E. 459 McCoy, Douglas B. 519 McDoy, Lawrence N. Jr. 459 McCraney, Linda L. 519 McCrary,Joe T. 519 McCraw, Bobby 394,459 McCreary,John F. 519 McCrary, William A. 519 McCray, Mary L. 519 McCullough, Susan L. 519 McCorley, Martha Dawson 519 McCurley, Sandy 421 McCurly. Martha 414 McDade, Myra L. 459 McDanal, Burie L. 459 McDaniel,Janice E. 519 McDaniel, Michael W. 519 McDaniel, Sammy E. 519 McDaniel, Talethia S. 519 Mclntosh, Larry R. 520 Mclntyre, Broox B. 459 Mclntyre, Harriet R. 520 Mclntyre, Kathy 520 McKay, Candie J. 520 McKay,James A. 520 McKay, James E. 459 McKay, Linda P. 520 McKay, Philip W. 520 McKee, Margaret A. 520 McKenzie, McKenzie, McKenzie, McKenzie, McKerley, McKinney McKinney: Jan 520 MargaretJ. 520 Kenneth B. 520 Martha T. 520 Charles W. Jr. 459 Bernard D. 520 John M. 520 McKinnon, Michael J. 520 McKinnon Molly S. 520 McKinzey,iJoel A. 459 McLain, Connie J. 520 McDonald McDonald Bradford G. 519 McDonald, Cathy 519 McDonald, David F. 519 McDonald, David M. 519 McDonald, Earl M. 519 McDonald. Elaine 520 McDonald, Elizabeth L. 520 McDonald, Gerald W. 459 McDonald,Janice A. 520 McDonald, Larry 400 McDonald, Michael J. 520 McDonald, Philip G. 459 McDonald, Susan L. 520 Suzanne 459 McDonnell, Owen E. Jr. 405,520 McDonough, Jr. Edward B. 520 McDonough, Timothy C. 520 McDowell. Carole L. 520 McDowell, Dorothy A. 459 McDowell,Joseph W. 520 McDowell, Michael 400 McDowell, Jr. Rex W. 520 McDuff, Diane 396,398,459 McDuffie, Michael W. 520 McDuffee, Pamela J. 520 McElroy, Monte L. 520 McElroy, Rebecca J. 459 McElroy, Shelia W. 520 McFaden. George G. 520 McFarland, Jacqueline W. 459 McFarland. James W. 459 McFarland, James W. 459 McGahey, Thomas 410 McGeary, Richard A. 393 McGee, Gordon K. 520 McGee,James R.Jr. 520 McGee, Margaret G. 520 McGebee, William Boyd 111 520 McKee, Linda S. 472 McGeary, Richard A. 45 9 McGill, Ted M. Jr. 520 McGinnie, Elizabeth C. 520 McGinnis,Theolester 459 McGahey, Thomas S. 459 McGough, Gerald R. 459,395 McGough, William M. Jr. 459 McGrew, Alvin J. 520 McGriff, William E. 11 472 McGuire, Margarette R. L. 520 McHugh,Judity C. 459 J lim.. Y, ' Mi? 1. rf ' ' l fat 1 C595 , , McLallen, M. Susan 520 McLaney C. Knox 472 McLaney, Richard W. 459 McLaughlin, Martha J. 520 McLendor, John C. 520 McLendon, Robert S. 459 McLeroy, Larry W. 520 McMahan, Andy 403 McMahon, Anne W. 520 McMahan, Ben A. 460 McMasters, Kay 421 McMillan, Robert C. 475 McMillin,Judith L. 520 McMullin,James M. 460 McMurray, Paul A. 520 McMurtrey, Amy C. 460 McNeal, Maureen 414 McNeely, Patricia A. 520 McNee1y, A. W. 386 McNeff, Mary D. 521 McNeil, Greta C. 460 McNeil, Maureen 413.521 McNeill, Linda W. 521 McNeill, Michael D. 521 Wjqlwsfzm in 'QE 'lx ,ga 1 588 McNulty, Patsy M. 404,521 McNutt, Allen D. 521 McNutt, Robert J. 521 McPeters, Celene A. 521 McPherson, Marc S. 460 McQueen,James R. 460 McRee, Sandra E. 410,460 McVay, Bonnie E. 521 McWhirter, Sharon K. 460 McWilliams, Rebecca S. 521 Maziar, Donna H. 521 Meacham, Kathy W. 521 Meade, Thomas F. 521 Meador, Margaret V. 521 Meadown, Danny O. 460 Meadows, Lynna T. 521 Meadows, Willard J. 521 Meaney, Carroll L. 383,460 Means, Catherine 521 Means, Thomas A. 521 Means, William M.Jr. 521 Medders,Carol E. 521 Medley,Jerry M. 521 Medwick, Glenn C. 521 Medwick, Lee N. 521 Meigs, Howard 392 Melendez, John G. 521 Melnick, Sandra L. 460 Mellan, Bob 398 Mendel, Peggy J. 521 Mendelson, Linda 420 Meon, Patricia M. 521 Meredith, Mollylu 521 Meriwether, Catherine L. 521 Meriwether, Gordon K. 460 Meriwether, John S. Jr. 521 Merrill, James M. 521 Merritt, Elaine M. 521 Merritt, Linda M. 521 Meshad, Bobbie J. 521 Messer, Madeline A. 521 M etcalfe, William L. 460 Meyer, Marilyn A. 521 Mezrano, Becky A. 521 Michaels, Sandra L. 521 i 3' 1 l l ,lt The field of insurance is a growing one! There are more Careers in Insurance When the subiect of INSURANCE comes up, many young adults think of "selling". But a career in insurance is more than that . . . it is one of service and actually encompasses many fields of endeavor such as . OACTUARIES OADVERTISING OCLAIMS ADJUSTORS QCLERI CAL QDATA PROCESSING PROGRAMMERS :LOSS PREVENTION ENGINEERS QINVESTMENT ANALYSTS QPERSONNEL DIRECTORS QPUBLIC RELATIONS QMANAGEMENT OSTATISTICIANS QBUSI NESS ADMINISTRATION :LAWYERS QACCOUNTANTS QUNDERWRITERS QRESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES for PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS and CLINICAL LABORATORIES Durr Surgical Supply Co. Birmingham, Ala. 35205 Montgomery, Ala 936 S. 19th St. 2061 Fairview 1005 So. Memorial Parkway Huntsville, Alabama people to insure. More people means more cars, more homes, more business and more financial risks that need the security of proper insurance protection. We need young people to keep pace with America's growing population and insurance requirements. A career in insurance will be challenging, interesting and rewarding. YES . . . WE NEED SALES PEOPLE, TOO. BUT INSURANCE DOESN'T STOP WITH SELLING . . . IT JUST Ave VILLAGE smars THERE! W. J. PERRYMAN 81 M,M,,,,O, TISMAN 2421 Monn2vAtLo Rox-xo lzKS'UJP4.t'f'f Row Mouisirf-xiisi eiaook, ALABAMA 2900 CAHABA ROAD 0 MOUNTAIN BROOK 0 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA PHON E 879-5748 Middlebrooks, David J. 521 Middlebrooks. Richard H. 521 Middleton, Harrison D. 521 Middleton, Laborn B. Jr. 460 Midgley,Charles S. 521 Midkiff, Ann C. 521 Mikloucich, Barbara J. 423 Mikloucich, Terrance F. 521 Milam, David L. 521 Milam,Jerry M. 460 Milam, Roger D. 460 Miles, Kayron 521 Miles, N. Lance 475 Miles, Susan A. 460 Milford, Janet M. 460 Milhous, Frank L. 521 Mills, Michael P. 460 Mills, Minnie 381 Mills. Ronald F. 522 Milner, Joe D. 460 Milstead.Janet L. 522 Milton. Pamela A. 522 Mims, Carl E. Jr. 522 Mims, Jerry W. 522 Mims, Richard A. 522 Mims, William E. 522 Miners, Curtis A. 522 Minga, Gail M. 522 Mingledorff, George E. Ill 460 Minor, James F. 460 Mintz, Mitchell L. 522 Mintz, Pam S. 522 Moffett, Robert P. 460 Molett, Elizabeth G. 522 Money, M. David 522 Monger, Steve 410 Monger. John S. 460 Monk,John T..Ir. 522 Monroe,Carol E. 475 Monroe W. Earl 460 Monte, Josephine B. 460 Montgomery, Robert M. 523 Montgomery, Robert W. 523 Moodie, Leah, M. 523 Moodle, Robert L. Jr. 523 Moody, Marcus D. 460 Moody, Maxwell lll 460 Moon, Bill A. Jr. 523 Miller, Anthony L. 521 Miller, Melinda 416 Mi1ler,Arvil B. 521 Miller, Beverly A. 521 Miller, Carole A. 521 Miller, Cellie W. 460 Miller, David W. 522 Miller, Dimerous 522 Miller, Glenda S. 522 Miller, Gregory E. 460 Mil1er,Gwendlyne 522 Miller,James H. 522 Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell iviiicheiii Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell ,Barry M. 522 ,Cellie M. 522 David 400,402 Dewey D. 522 Frederick S. 460 Gary W. 522 Hugh W. 522 Kathrena J. 522 Kay A. 475 Ned A. 522 Ralph Jr. 460 Ralph E. Jr. 522 Richard L. 522 Roclderick G. 522 William H. 381,460 William O.Jr. 460 Miller, John M. 522 Miller, Joseph N. 522 Miller, Larry M. 460 Miller, Laurie K. 522 Miller, Mary A. 522 Miller, Mason E. 460 Miller, Maurice H. Jr. 522 Miller, Michael H. 522 Miller, Michael J. 522 Miller, Nancy A. 522 Miller, Peggy A. 522 Miller, Richard E. Jr. 522 Miller, Millica Steven R. 396,522 n, David 395 Milling. John M. 472 Mills. E. Marlene 522 Mitchem, Linda C. 460 Mitchum, Linda 406 Mittermaier, Richard K. 522 Mixon, Allison 382,522 Mixon, Harry W. 522 Mixon, Patricia A. 522 Mize, Ginger P. 460 Mizzell,Terry L. 417,522 Mlinarec, Mary A. 522 Mobley, Deborah J. 522 Mobley, Sheila 420,413,522 Moeller,.1ohn E. 522 589 Moon, Judi M. 460 Moon, Larry H. 523 Moon, Sandra L. 523 Moore Ada E. 523 Moore Beverly 475 Moore CarlC. 475 Moore Charles R.Jr. 523 Moore Dorothy Ann 523 Moore Moore Moore ,Jack 410,390 .Jackson W. 460 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore Moore Moore Moore, Moore Moore, Moore, Moore, ,Thomas E. 523 Moore Moore, George A. 460,405 Jane E. 460 Jerry L. 523 Jimmie L. 523 John R. 523 Judy B. 523 Linda 416,523 LindaJ. 460 M. Emily 523 Pete 380 Rebecca A. 523 Rebecca L. 523 Robert L. 460 Robert R. 460 Thomas B. 523 William F. 475 Mooresmith, John T. 472 Morris, ' ca. P' Moorman,John R. 523 Moragues, Janet E. 460 Morere, Linda A. 523 Morgan, Deborah D. 523 Morgan, Duane C. 523 Morgan E. Spences 523 Morganf Elizabeth E. 460 Morgan, Genie 404 Morgan Henry S. 523 Morgan, Jimmy M. 460 Morgan, Marion 460 Morgan, Martha 1. 523 Morgan, Meredith 460 Morgan, Paul T. 523 Morgan, Peggy A. 523 Morgan, Ronald D. 523 Morgan, Ronald H. 523 Morgan Susan L. 523 Morgan, Timothy W. 472 Morgan, Warren O. 523 Morin, Perrin A. 523 Morris, Charles 397 Morris, Debora L. 523 Morris, Donald J. 523 Morris, Morris, Frank B. 523 Hunter B. 523 Phillip N. 461 Morris, Sheila R. 523 Morrison, Hubert L. 461 Morrison, Ronald W. 523 Morrissette, Martha B. 523 . . ww- eiik X gt 5 . . . .. A fl , R 1 Muchia, Sam F. 461 Muglach, Michael M. 524 Muhlendorf. Daved M. 524 Mullenix. Katharyn W. 524 Mullenix, Searcy E. 524 Morrow, James Ronald 381,461 MorroW,John A. 534 Morrow, Linda G. 461 Morrow, Patricia S. 475 Morrow, Peggy L. 461 Morrow, William D. 523 Morrow, William S. 523 Morton, Tony 523 Moseley, Janis C. 523 Moseley, Marian L. 461 Moseley, Nancy A. 414,523 Mosely, Mary S. 523 Moses, Richard M. 523 Moss, Marshall N. 461 Motlow, Catherine E. 524 Moultrie, Frank 524 Mullins.James H. 402,524 Mullins, Larry C. 524 Mullins, Nelda J. 461 Mullins, Robert W. 461 Mundy, R. Ward 472 Munson, Camilla M. 524 Murch, Chester E. 524 Murchison, Mary E. 524 Murphree.James P. 461 Murphy, Bill C. 524 Murphy, Carolyn 524 Murphy, Ralph W. 524 Murphy, Rick 398 Murphy,Timothy H. 524 Murray, Charles A. 417,461 Murray. Christine B. 461 Murrell,Thomas A. 524 Murrie, Muse, S Musialo James I. 524 ybil A. 524 wski, Frank R. 461 Musick, Barron Q. 524 Musick, Janet S. 524 Musselman. John L. 524 Mussey, I. Clayton 524 Musso,Jerry P. 524 Musso, Louis V. 524 Myers, Bill R. 524 Myers, Elaine A. 382,524 Myers Peggy L. 524 Myers: John E. 461 Myers, Linda J. 461 M yers Roger 386 Myrick,Glorial. 524 Myrick, Paul D. 524 N Nabors,Janet 415 Nabors, May J. 461 Nabors, Robert C. 524 Nader, Josephine L. 524 Nail, Mary K. 524 590 Nall,J. Fred 461 Nall, Richard C. 524 Nall. Wendall A. 461 Nalls, Marcheeta F. 524 Nance, Donald R. 461 Nance,.Iames 415 Nanca,James A. 415,461 Napier, Gary R. 524 Napier, Rick 417 Napier. Richard H. 417.524 Nash, Karen 524 Nash, Phyllis E. 524 Nathan, Barbara C. 524 Nation, Horace H. 524 Natter, Kathy 387 Neal, George M. 524 Neal, Peggy 461 Neal, Ronald 400 Neely. Chesley B. 524 Neely,Jennifer L. 461 Neely,John F. 524 Neff, Robert L. 524 Nehrt,Jamie S. 524 Neighbors. Clara A. 461 Nelson Brenda G. 524 Nelson, Carolyn L. 524 Nelson, David R. 524 Nelson, Eddy L. 524 Nelson, George A. 524 Nelson James C. 461 Nelson John H. 525 Nelson Julie D. 525 Nelson Linda K. 525 Nelson Lorraine 421 Nelson Phylis A. 525 Nelson, Rebecca L. 461 Nelson, Robert 525 Nelson, Robert L. 525 Nelson, Tommy 416 Nesbitt Beverly 525 Nesbitt Gail 525 Nesmith, Jackie 393,461 Nesmith, Jerry B. 461 Neugent, Betty 408 Neugent, Kathy 525 Newberry, Robert C. 461 Newby, William B. V525 Congratulations and Best Wishes for a Bright Future ll ' 1 ...- nussm su san nn. DIVISION OF RUSSELL MILLS, INC., ALEXANDER CITY, ALABAMA 35010 World's Largest Manufacturer of Athletic Clothing Newman, Charlotte W. 461 Newma Newma n, David R. 525 n, Larry R. 461 Newton, Deborah J. 525 Newton, William A. 525 Nichols Nichols , Alfred C. 525 ,Connie T. 525 Nichols, Robert G. 461 Nichols, William E. 475 Nicholson, Hugh P. 475 Nicholson,Judi P. 525 Nicholson, Nancy J. 525 Nick, Alexander H. 404,461 Nick,Johnny 404,525 Nich, Sharon G. 461 Nickle,John A. 525 Nichol, Irene M. 525 Oramous, Myra C. 526 Orenstein. Ross S. 526 O'Rear, Caine 526 Orr, Ann N. 462 Orr, Bettye A. 526 Orr, Robert L. 462 Ortega, Jesus A. 475 Osborn, Gary D. 526 O'Steen, Bramlett F. 526 Otts, Richard L. 526 Otts, Wanda G. 526 Ouzts, David D. 526 Overton, Debra D. 526 Overton, Livingston B. 462 Owen, Barry G. 526 Owen, Carolyn A. 526 Owen,James L. 526 Owen, Jerry W. 462 Parden, Stephen Roy 526 Pardue, Melissa D. 527 Pardue, Richard 400,462 Pardue, Stephen C. 462 Paris, Del J. 462 Park, Kenneth Lee 476 Park, William M. 527 Parkel, Parker, Parker, Parker, Parker, Joan 527 Alan T. 527 Alton B. 476 Charlotte M. 462 John 410 Parker, Judi K. 527 Parker, Parker, Parker, Parker, Parker, Linda lvl. 527 Ronald E. 527 Sheila A. 527 virginia k. 527 William C. 395,462 Niendorf, Harry J. 461 Nihart, David A. 525 Nix, Ellen 525 Nixon, Beverly J. 525 Nixon, John H. 525 Noah,James K. 461 Noblitt, Bill F. 525 Noel, Beth I. 525 Noel, Robert C. 461 Noland, Kathy D. 525 Owens, Betty A. 526 Owens, Gatha B. 386,462 Owens, Gary W. 526 Owens. Richard T. 526 Owens Owens Owens , Ozbirn, s s Robert L. 462 Ronald W. 410,462 Suzanne L. 526 Thomas W. 526 P Parkman, Ann W. 462 Parkman,James W. 527 Parks, William E. 462 Parmley, Katherine A. 422,527 Parnell, Charles N. 462 Parnell, Hitsy 410,462 Parnell, Leighton C. 527 Parnell,Toni S. 527 Parra, Barbara D. 462 Parris, H. Davis 527 Nolen, Cruse P. 525 Nolen, David L. 525 Nolen, George G. 525 Nolen,Janet S. 525 Nolte, George L. 461 Nomberg, Marc D. 525 Noojin, Martha E. 525 Noonan, Charles E. 525 Norden, Augusta 525 Norman, Shannon C. 525 Norris, Anne 404 Norris, Bernice 525 Norris, Elena M. 461 Norris, Larry N. 525 Norris, Leighanne E. 525 Norris, Phillip E. 525 Northington, Larry W. 525 Norton, Eleanor A. 525 Norvall, Samuel S. 525 Novak,John K. 461 Nowlin, Alice Y. 525 Nuckols,John S. 461 Nunn, J ulian M. 461 Nunn, Mack 394 Nunnally,Jan C. 525 Nunnally, Lawrence B. 402,461 Nunnally,Tommy 415 Nunnelley,Joseph M. 461 O O'Bear, Peggy 419 O'Brien,John B. 461 O'Brien, Mary E. 525 O'Cain, Donald R. 525 O'Cain, Randy 417 O'Connor, Frances E. 461 O'Connor,Jack R. 525 Odom. George F. 525 Odom, Harold N. 404,461 Odom,June 526 Odom, Ronald D. 461 Odom, Ronald S. 525 Pace, Bobby L. 526 Pack,Arlene M. 526 Pack, Christopher C. 526 Padalino, Michael L. 526 Padgett, Mary L. 526 Page, Linda G. 423,526 Paler,Char1es R. 526 Palmel', Carol E. 423.526 Palmer, Genie B. 382,526 Palmer, Kenneth W. 462 Palmer. Lyle J. 526 Palmer, Peter L. 386 Palmiter, Charles E. 526 Panther, Louis J. 526 Papageorge, Mary Ellen 462 Parrish Parrish , Doris P. 462 , Harry Wayne 462 Parrish, Kenneth L. 527 Parrish, Phillip L. 527 Parrish, Phyllis J. 476 Parrish, W. Gene 462 Parrist, Barbara 422 Parrott, John W. 527 Parry, Virginia A. 527 Parson, Christine L. 527 Parsons, Carl P. 527 Parsons. Clarence lra 527 Parsons,John Lee 527 Parsons, Russell F. 527 Parsons, William B. 527 Parsons, William R. 527 ff Odom, Susan 461 O'DonneIl, Maureen E. 526 O'Donne1l, Michael R. 461 Odum, Elaine M. 526 Odum,James E. 526 Ogburn, David W. 526 Ogilvie, Jean M. 526 Ogilvie, Raymond W. 386,405,462 Ogle, Thomas L. 526 O'Gracly, Patrice R. 526 O'Gwynn, Michael D. 526 O'Heal',John W. 526 Oldacre, Brenda J. 526 OLensky, Joanne 526 Olive, Deborah A. 526 Oliver, Betty J. 526 Oliver, James S. 526 O1iver,Judy K. 462 Olzewski,John J. 462 Olvey,James R. 526 .O'Neal, Anita M. 414,420,526 O'Neal, Carolyn F. 462 O'Neal, William W. 462 O'Nei11,John A. 526 Oppenheim, Howard G. 526 fc 925233, 592 r' KIFSIIAW 9 KEIRSHAW MANUFACTURING CO., INC. C2051 263-5561! Fi O. DRAWER l7ll l MQNTGOMERN1 ALA. 36103 l U. S. A. A rapidly growing diversified manufacturer ot machinery and equipment, serving the railroad, truck, utility, forest and paper industries. Career opportunities are available in Mechanical Engineering, lndustrlal En gineering, Finance, Business and Sales Resumes invited. Partesotti, Lawrence F. 462 Partin, Charles C. 472 Partridge, Carol J. 527 Partridge, Daisy H. 383,406,462 Partridge, Julianne 527 Parvin, Karen L. 527 Pass, Robert P. 462 Pate,Janis C. 527 Pate, Sylvia D. 527 Pate, Thomas R. 527 Paterson, Charles B. 462 Patiens, Brenda J. 462 Patrick, Gary L. 462 Pearson. Mary C. 528 Pearson, Patricia K. 528 Pearson, William E. 528 Peason, Jane 419 Peason, Mary 387,388 Pebbles, Vicki M. 528 Peebles, Jane F. 528 Peckham, Lois Ann 476 Pelham, Sharon E. 528 Pennington, Vader A. 528 Pernhardt, Bren 528 Pentecost, Gerald G. 462 Pettus, Gordon Pete 528 Perkins, Ann L. 462 Patrick, Kathleen 527 Patterson, Beverly S. 462 Patterson Eddie M. 462 Patterson, Edwin W. 527 Patterson, Frances Jane 527 Patterson, George W. 462 Patterson Harriett E. 462 Patterson Patterson Patterson Patterson, Katherine G. 527 Louis L. 527 Mary F. 527 Philip L. 462 Patton, George B. 527 Patton, John E. 527 Patton, Patricia A. 462 Perkins, Charles G. 472 Perkins,Joe 399 Perkins, Pam 404 Perrin, Judy D. 528 Patton, Patton, Patton, Patricia Armstrong 462 Susan M. 527 William J. 527 Paul, Helen M. 527 Paul, Ronald L. 527 Payne, Dianne E. 527 Payne, Larry C. 395,400,462 Payne, Richard C. 462 Payne, Robert G. 527 Peacock, Tommy W. 527 Peak, Donna A. 404,527 Pearce, Charles R. 527 Pearce, Robert C. 528 Pearce, Robert M. 528 Pearson, Barbara A. 462 Pearson, Faye 528 Pearson, Jane 528 Pearson,John R. 472 Perry, Billy C. 417,462 Perry Bruce A. 528 Perryi Charles L. 528 Perry, Charles W. 528 Perry, Elizabeth C. 528 Perry Ginger 407 Perry: Gloria M. 528 Perry Perry , Isabella E. 528 , Jacquelyn King 462 Perry, James Z. 476 Perry,Jan R. 528 Perry, John F. 528 Perry, Katherine E. 528 Perry, Phil 528 Perr Sara B. 528 Phelps, Anthony F. 528 Phelps, Robert C. 528 Phifer, Beverly C. 463 Phifer, Karen B. 528 Phillips, Betty A. 528 Phillips, Christine Ann 463 Phillips, Dale E. 528 Phillips, David M. 528 PhillipS,Jack M. 528 Phillips,James G. 528 Phillips Phillips Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, 1 James R. 528 Joe S. 405,463 Johnnie 476 Julian R. 528 Marsha K. 528 Samuel M. 528 Phillips, Susan C. 404,476 Phillips, Terry 395 Phillips, Thomas R. 528 Phillips Phil pot: William K. 463 Ronald C. 415,463 Phurrough, Steve E. 528 Pickens ,Cheryl F. 528 Pickens, Nancy C. 528 Pickens, Patricia Ann 476 Pickron, Mary Celeste 406,529 Pienezza, Jessee W. 529 Pierce, Celia C. 413,529 Pierce, Ralph B. 529 Pierce, Ronnie H. 529 Y, Perry, Thomas B. 462 Perry, Tricky 383 Persse, John J. 528 Persons, Benton H. 462 Petelos, John N. 528 Peters, Ellen 528 Peters, William M. 528 Peterson, Karen A. 528 Peterson, Kevin T. 528 Petree, Elizabeth N. 528 Petri,Jean M. 528 Petro, Gerard T. 528 Pettey, Beverly M. 462 Pettey, Robert H. 463 593 Pierce, Suzanne M. 529 Pierson, Cynthia H. 529 Pike, Charles T. 529 Pike, Daniel A. 473 Pilegge, Joseph C. 403 Pine, Mary Ann 529 Pine, William E. 463 Pinkerton, Ewing B. 529 Pinkerton, Michael R. 529 Piper, Anne L. 529 Piper, Lee S. 529 Pirkle,Judy C. 529 Pitchford, Harriet J. 529 Pittman, Norborne P. 529 Pittman. 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Susan C. 540 Stone Stone Stone , Frances J. 476 , H. Dwight 540 .Judith I. 540 .Stone. , Nancy D. 540 Laurie B. 540 Storey,John A. 540 Stovall, Peggy L. 540 Stowe, Eleanor 540 Stowers, John W. 540 Strain, Mary J. 541 Strain, Patricia 416,541 Streed.S. Victor 541 Street, Essie E. 467 Strength, F. Dian 541 Stretch. Steven D. 541 Strevel. Paula S. 541 Strickland. Dorothy J. 541 Stricklin, Garry W. 467 Strickland, Mantin C. 541 Strickland. Mary R. 541 Strickland. Sid 417 Strickland. Steve L. 541 Stricklen, Melinda 541 Stringfellow, Robert A. 541 Strong. Henry W. 467 Strong. Susan 396 Strong. M. Susan 541 Strubel.Jan L. 541 Stuckey,Sally R. 467 Struss. Frank R. 541 Stuardi, Kathleen V. 541 Stuckey. Donnie R. 541 Studdard. Eleanor 541 Stutts. David H. 541 Sutton,Carol S. 541 Sutton. Linda J. 541 Swager, Stephan L. 467 Swann, Susan A. 541 Swann. William A. J. 541 Swearengin, Judy A. 541 Swift, William L. 541 Svvindall, Sharon L. 541 Swindle, Billy R. 541 Swofford. Stephen K. 541 Syltie, David O. 541 T Tait.James E. 541 Tait. Vera F. 541 Taliaferro. Bobby D. 467 Taliaferro. Richard H. 467 Tall, Kathleen 466.383 Talley, Elizabeth M. 467 Tankersley, Kenneth C. 467 Tanner. Gordon O. 467.403 Tanner, Robert C. 467 Tant, Myra G. 541,419 Sudduth. David 402,541 Sukiennik, Barbara J. 541 Sullivan, Avonell 467 Sullivan,J. C. 397 Sullivan, James W. 467 Sullivan,Jean L. 541 Sullivan.John W. 541 Sullivan,Judy K. 541 Sullivan. Lisa A. 467 Sullivan, Richard C. 410.467 Sumerlin. Lamar 400 Sumerlin, Arthur L. 467 Summerford, Clark E. 541 Summers. Randall K. 541 Sumner, Brenda C. 541 Sumner.James L. 467 Sumrall. Kent 541 Susko.Justine A. 541 Sussky. Margaret A. 467 Sutherland, Gregg V. 541 Suttle, Paul A. 541 Suttles, Larry W. 541 ad1""fff-ig "" , rf Tarwater, Thomas E. 541 Tate, Linda W. 541 Tate.James B. 467 Tate. Judy A. 467 Tate, Lena E. 467 Tate, Margaret S. 541 Tate. Patricia C. 541 Tatum. Gregory N. 541 Tayloe. Floyd B. 542 Taylor. Ann 542 Taylor. Bonnie J. 542 s Taylor. Deborah L. 542 Taylor. Debra L. 542 Taylor Don W. 542 Taylor, Donna G. 542 Taylor. Elizabeth A. 467 Taylor, Freida A. 542 Taylor Kenneth W. 542 Taylor Larry P. 467 Taylor Mary E. 542 Taylor Ralph L. 476 Taylor Richard S. 393,542 '-2fffQ . N IEZI , ,,,p . El may Taylor, Stanley 542 Taylor, William L. 467 Teal, Michael S. 542 Tebo, Michael A. 542 Teel. Frank S. 542 Teel. William J. 542 Temple. Margaret 385 Terry. Allen L. 405,542 Terry, Edward M. 542 Terry, Joseph A. 467 Terryuludity D. 542 Terry. Ronnie K. 393.467 Tevv, Carol A. 542 Thaggard. Janice 542 Thames, Mary G. 542 Tharin, Maureen A. 542 Theiss. Kenneth E. 542 Thigpen, M. Babette 542 Thigpen, Teresa K. 542 Thoeny, Bernard J. 467 Thomas. Bruce C. 467 Thomas, Carol J. 542 Thomas. Donna M. 542 Thomas, Elizabeth L. 542 Thomas. Elvin D. 542 Thomas, Gary B. 542 Thomas George S. 542 Thomas.James D. 542 Thomas.John M. 542 Thomas John W. 542 Thomas Judith A. 382.542 Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Katherine L. 542 Lisa M. 542 Lynn 542 Katherine C. 467 Martha.l. 542 Nancy K. 542 Romona S. 542 Robert M. 467 Ron 415 Scotty 422 Steven M. 542 TeresaL 547 3Terri L. 382,542 on. James C. 473 , THE COVE RESTAURANT Serving The University Intersection Hway 82 and 69 599 ,. .www Thomason, Jon G. 467 Thomason, William R. 542 Thompson, Bill 473 Thompson, Curtis Y. 542 Thompson David A. 542 Thompson Fred W. 542 Thompson G. Edward 542 Thompson Jackie S. 467 Thompson James A. 473 Thompson John B. 543 Thompson John G. 543 Thompson Mary A. 543 Thompson Michael F. 543 Thompson Thompson Paula R. 543,415 Robert T. 543 Thompson, Ronald W. 543 Thompson Rosaund A. 468 Thompson, Ruth K. 468 Thompson, Susan C. 543 Thompson, Suzanne 543 Thompson,Thomas E. 468 Thompson,Timethy N. 543 Thompson William R. 543 Thompson: Willie F. 543 Thomson, Linda L. 543 Thornburgh,Jim E. 543 Thornton, Clark O. 402 Thornton, Gary W. 543 Thornton, Glenyss E. 543 Thornton,Jane M. 543 Thornton, Mary L. 543 Thornton, Ronald J. 468 Thorworth, Patricia G. 543 Thrasher, Amanda G. 543 Trapp, Bill 417 Traylor,James L. 543 Traylor, Nancy R. 543 Trappe, Owen S. 468 Treadaway, Traci J. 543 Treadwell, Charles S. 543 Tree,James L. 543 Trenkle, Mary P. 423,476 Treubig, Ernest C. 468 Treubig, Melinda M. 543 Trimm, Jerry M. 404,543 Trout. Nancy C. 543 Troy, Linda L. 468 Truhett, Pat A. 421,544 Trull, Harvey D. 468 Tubb, Jones G. 468 Tucker, Ann M. 404,468 Tucker, Harel W. 544 Tucker,Judith E. 468 Tucker, Kelly M. 468 Tucker, Mona 544 Tuggle, Spencer H. 544 Tullis, Joffrey N. 544 Tully, E. Carol 544 Tumlin,Terry L. 468 Turner, Linda G. 468 Turner,John M. 544 Turner, Naomi L. 544 Turner, Nathan H. Jr. 544 Turner, Rebekah K. 544 Turner, Vic 386 Turner, Wayne P. 473 Turner, William 386 Turnipseed, Carol H. 468 Thrasher. David L. 543 Thrasher, Sherry A. 543 Thrift, Rene R. 543 Thuss, Panela C. 543 Thybony.James D. 468 Tidmore, Karen L. 543 Tidwell, Percie C. 543 Tidwell, William C. 473 Tillman, A. R. 394 Tilly, William H. 543 Tilton, Jesse 395,400 Tindell, Rollins L. 543 Tingle, Susan B. 543 Tinney, John A. 468 Tissington, Bligh 543 Tittle, Sandra F. 468 Tolleson, D. Suzon 543 Tomberlin, Cynthia M. 543 Tombrink, Maggie 543 Tomlin, E. Maxwell 404,543 Tomlinson, Jack O. 543,386 Toth, Dorothy J. 476 Toth,John P. 543 Towery,Charles D. 543 Townsend, Jackie L. 543 Townsend, James 386 Townsend, Linda J. 543 Townsend, Thomas E. 543 Tradup.Thomas 417 Trammell, Cathy S. 543 Trammell,James B. 410,543 Trammell,James W. 468 Turnipseed, David L. 544 Turnipseed, Norman D. 468 Twilley, Phillip W. 468 Twitty, Gaila M. 468,383 Twitty, Gina 399 Twitty, Lyda E. 544 Tylander, Gene R. 544 Tyer, Gary L. 468 Tyler,James G. 468 Tymlin, Edward D. 544 Tyra, Dhristopher J. 544 U Ulmer, Millard B. Jr. 476 Underhill, Georgiana B. 468 Underwood,Craig D. 544 Underwood. Eugene H. Jr. 544 Underwood,Thomas M. 544 Underwood, Thomas W. Jr. 473 Ungar. Audrey J. 544 Upchurch. Chris 420 Upchurch, Chris 486.420 Utley, Dennis D. 544 Utley, Kathy 415 Urquhart.Jane M. 468 V Vail.James L.Jr. 544 Vail, Robert B. 544 Vail, Sherry E. 544 Valekis, Charle V. 544 Valeska, Don G. I1 473 Valeska, Douglas A. 544 Vallas, Pete J. 544 VanAntwerp, Lesesne 486 VanBaalen, Dolores C. 468 Vance, Joseph C. Ill 468,402 Vance, Linda A. 544 Vanderpool, Daniel P. 468 Vanderpool, Judith R. 468 VanTessel, George M. Jr. 473 Van Wert, Nancy T. 544 Vargo, David S. 544 Vassar, Billy B. 468,393 Vassar, Kenneth M. 544 Vaughn, Greg 395 Vaughn, Mura C. 544 Vaughn, Rena E. 544 Vaughn, Robbie J. 544 Vaughn, Gregg 400 Veale, George W. 544 Venable, Joseph P. 473 Vento, Robert U. 544 Verchot, Edgar A. Jr. 544 Vertander, Listte K. 544 Vice, Jon 381 Vick, James L. 544 Vickers, Charlotte A. 544 Vickers,Joan E. 468 Vickers, Richard W. 544 Vickers, Susan C. 544 Vickery, Barry E. 544 Veicery, Connie E. 468 Vickery, Lillian E. 544 Viley, Arthur L. 544 Vines, Danny L. 544 Vines, Frank W. 544 Vines, Sarah F. 544 Vinson, Donald K. 544 Vinso, Patricia A. 544 Vineyard, Paula G. 544 Virciglio,John C. 545 Vise, Mary T. 545 Vodantie, Despina C. 545 Vodantis, lrene C. 545 Vogel, Greald K. 545 Vogel, Herman J. 468,400 Vogel, Patricia W. 545,415 Voght, George B. 468 Volk, MichaelJ. 545 Voss, Katherine B. 545 Voswinkel, Karl A. 468 W Wabner, Becky A. 545 Wade, Kenneth J. 468 Wagner, Debra C. 545 Waid, Candy J. 545 Waid, Donna F. 545 Waits, Mary Evelyn 545 Waitzman, David R. 545 Walden, Jo 545 Waldrep. Betty S. 468 Waldrip, Thomas J. 468 Waldrop, Marsha E. 404,545 600 Walker, Alice M. 468 Walker, Anne 394 Walker, Brenda J. 545 Walker, Charles C. 415,545 Walker, Charles M. 468 Walker, Clara L. 468 Walker, Dag 408 Walker, Doris M. 545 Walker, Ginger L. 545 Walker, Glenda Gayle 545 Walker, Marilyn R. 545 Walker, Mary P. 545 Walker, Nancy J. 545 Walker, Patricia J. 413,545 Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker. Phyllis P. 545 Tommie S. 414,545 Virginia A. 468 William A. 545 Wallace, Carolyn 396,468 Wallace Diane K. 545 wallaeei Frank E. 545 Wallace Wallace Wallace 1 , Linda J. 545 Patricia A. 545 Ruth 383 Wallace? Thomas M. 545 Wallace Wallace Virginia C. 468 2 W. Clinton 545 Waller, Stephen E. 545 Walls, Ronald B. 468 Walsh, Keith O. 469 Walsh, Virginia L. 545 Walsh, William D. 469 Walters, Joseph M. 545 Walters, Michael D. 545 Walters, Thomas M. 545 Walthall, Frank H. 545 Walton, Anne C. 545 Walton, Candy E. 545 Walton, Carol M. 469 Walton, Patricia L. 545 Walton, Robin E. 545 Waltz, David A. 545 Wamsley, Robert M. 545 Warbington, Larry G. 545 Ward, Carole J. 469 Ward, Charlotte 406,416,545 Ward, E. Deanne 545 Ward, Harold W. 546 Ward, Jacqueline 546 Ward,Janelle M. 408,546 Ward,Janis C. 469 Ward, Jeanne 407 Ward, Lawrence R. 546 Ward, Martha A. 546 Ward, Nora F. 546 Ward, Raymond L. 469 Ward, Robert E. 546 Ward, Steven A. 546 Ward, Willard E. 546 Ware, Patti L. 546 Warner, Bonnie D. 546 Warren,John B. 546 Warren,John E. 546 Warren, Manning 33,476 Warren, Tommy 395 Warren, Ty 399 Warren, Virginia E. 546 Washburn, James B. 469 Washburn, Lois M. 469 A ,XB Weaver, Edward H. 469 Weaver, Elaine 546 Weaver, Greg N. 546 Weaver, Harry 395,400,402 Weaver, Nelson E. 546 Weaver Paul E. 546 Wasserman, Lisa J. 546 Waters, Pattie L. 476 Waters, J. Richard 546 Wates, Ginger C. 546 Watkins,Johnny M. 546 Watley, Aletha B. 469 Watley, John T. 469 Watson, Benjamin M. 546 Watson, Betty J. 546 Watson, Eldridge J. 546 Watson, James B. 473 Watson, Jame E. 469 Watson, Sharon A. 414,546 Watson, Slade G. 469 Watson, Tom 546 Watt, George A. 469 Watt, Wayne F. 469 Watts, Brenda 546 Watts, Dewey M. 469 Watts, Donna L. 546 Way, Arthur L. 546 Wear, Mary L. 546 Weatherford, Susan W. 469 Weatherly, Mary M. 546 Weathers, Betty C. 546 Weathers, Billy G. 469 webs, Curtis L. 469 Webb, Hannah S. 469 Weber, Lynelle M. 469,415 Welch, Betsy G. 546 Welch, Stewart H. 546 Welch, Wanda O. 546 Welden, Victoria 546 Wells, H.Thomas 546 Wells, Michael A. 547 Wells, William A. 547 Wenth, Frederick W. 547 Werfel, Deborah L. 547 Webb, Melvin W. 546 Webb, N. Lorraine 476 Webb, Philip R. 546 Webster Ann C. 476 Webster, A. E. 423 Webster, Deborah 414 Webster Harry N. 469 Webster, John 386 Webster, Miriam M. 546 Webster, Norman K. 469 Weddle, Larry S. 469 Weeks, Jimmy G. 546 Weeks, Nancy J. 546 Weeks, Susie 415 Weeks, W arren L. 469 Weidman,Jack K. 546 Weinstein, Bruce 393 Weinstein, Gary S. 546 Weinstein, Judy A. 546 Weinstein, Rosalind A. 546 Weiss, Ellis M. 546 West, Brenda J. 547 West,John L. 469 West, Phillip 400 West, Sara B. 547 West, Senior P. 476 West,Thomas C. 547 West William F. 547 Wetzel, Richard C. 547 Whaley, Peggy L. 547 Weissinger, Julie Ann 546 601 Whaley, Paul 469 Whaley, Raymond L. 547 Whatley, Charles L. 547 Wharley, Margaret E. 469 Wheat, Manda D. 547 Wheeler, Donna L. 547 Wheeler, Sadie F. 469 Wheeler, William D. 547 Wherry, Alyce D. 547 Whetstone, Anne 547 Whetstone, Judith S. 547 Whisler, Nancy C. 547 Whitaker,Joyce L. 547 White, Carl L. 469 Stephen 1. 547 White. Carol L. 547 White, David 380 White, Deborah A. 547 White Dorothy L. 469 White Dwain 469 White Gary 395 White, George E. 469 White. Harold S. 469 White, Houston H. 547 White,Janet L. 547 White, Jimmy C. 547 White White -1 H. Kenneth 547 Lilette E. 469 White, Ma1'ylyn E. 469 White, Moreno J. 404.547 White. Nancy R. 547 White, Pamela 547 White, Philip 547 White, Rebecca 414.547 White, Williamson, Ann 548 Williamson. Carl G. 548 Williams0n.John R. 473 Williamson, M. Lamar 548 Williamson, Mary S. 404,420,470 Willingham, Hattie M. 548 Willis, Bryan 400 Willis. Robert B. 548 Willoughby, LorettaC. 470 Wilson Betty 470 Wilson Betsy 415 White. Thomas R. 547 Whited, Martha G. 547 Whiteford, Paul R. 547 Whitehead, Ronna G. 547 Whiteside. David P. 547 Whitley,James S. 469 Whitfield. Robert C. 469 Whitlock. Donna J. 469 Whitmire, Fred C. 469 Whitmire, Suzanne P. 547 Whitt, Kathi E. 547 Whitt. Larry W. 547 Whitt, LesterJay 547 Whitt. Linda 547 Whitten. Wanda K. 547 Whitten, William M. 547 Wicker, George S. 547 Wickstrom, Phillip 386,469 Wier, Louise M. 547 Wiggins. Sally G. 469 Wigington,James R. 469 Wilbanks. Robert S. 410,469 Wilbanks. Robey 393 Wilbanks. Thomas D. 469 Wilcox,Judith C. 547 Wilder, Kenneth 380 Wildman. Kathy 413 Wildman. Sara K. 547 Wilkerson, Vichael V. 386,469 Wilkes, Harry K. 469 Wilkins, Charles H. 547 Wilkins,Joseph S. 547 Wilkins, Mason D. 547 Wilkinson, William K. 469 Wilks, Billie 419 Wilson Wilson ical-ol lvl. 548 .Carole A. 548 Wilson Carolyn R. 548 Wilson Ceda D. 548 Wilson DanielC. 548 Wilson Frances G. 548 Wilson Glenda K. 548 Wilson Harley D. 548 Wilson Howard W. 548 Wilson, James E. 393,473 Wilson Kathy D. 548 Wilson Laura M. 548 Wilson Liz 548 Wilson Mark H. 548 Wilson Martha V. 470 Wilson Mary K. 548 Wilson Michael S. 473 Wilson Pattie A. 548 Wilson Patty 548 Wilson. Peggy N. 548 Wilson. Phillip M. 548 Wilson RobertJ. 549 Wilson Rosemary O. 549 Wilson Roy L. 470 Wilson Steven G. 470 Wilson Wilson. . Terry P. 473 Wendy R. 549 Wimberley. Mary L. 413.549 Windham.John F. 470 Windham. William 549 Winstead, Richard C. 390,470 Winter, Carol A. 549 Winton, Ralph S. 470 Wisdom, John C. 549 Wise, Cecil E. 549 Wise. Danny P. 549 Wise, Georgia 549 Wise,Julie 549 Wise, Mary E. 549 Wittmeier, Mamie S. 549 Wohanka, Patricia F. 549 Wolcott,Carolyn 419 Wolin, Karen B. 549 Wolke. Greg J. 549 Wolf, Steven M. 549 Wolfe, Carol 549 Wolfe, John R. 549 Wolff. Jeffrey A. 549 Wolff, Linda A. 549 Woo,George 549 Wood, Charles D. 470 Wood, David W. 410,470 Wood, Jacqueline A. 413,549 Wood.Jody R. 549 Wood. John H. 549 Wood, Joseph C. 476 W0od,Judy C. 549 Wood, Lewis P. 549 Wood, Marcia 387,389 Wood, Richard F. 549 Wood, Robert L. 386,470 Wood, Wood William L. 549 William M. 549 Windon. Steve 399 Wingardulake D. 476 Wingard. MarthaJ. 381.476 Wingo. Emiliej. 549 Williams, Arthur J. 469 Williams. Bobbie M. 548 Williams, Bobby T. 548 Williams. Brenda L. 548 Williams, Carol S. 469 Williams, Caroline B. 548 Williams, Clarenton A. 548 Williams, Cynthia D. 548 Williams,CynthiaJ. 410.548 Williams, Daniel L. 386.548 Williams, David 548 Williams, David C. 548 Williams, David R. 548 Williams, Dianne F. 382,470 Williams, Donna F. 548 Williams, Gary R. 548 Williams, Gay 476 Williams, Hilton F. 470 Williams. Jerry T. 470 Williams,Jimmy L. 393,470 Williams,John B. 548 Williams,John S. 548 Williams, John T. 470 Williams, Kenneth A. 470 Williams, Larry G. 548 Williams, Marjorie 399,548 Williams, Martha E. 548 Williams. Martha S. 548 Williams, Mary C. 470 Williams, Mary L. 548 Williams, Melvia J. 548 Williams, Michael E. 548 Williams, Myron D. 548 Williams, Raymond T. 548 Williams, Rick L. 548 Williams, Robert O. 470 Williams, Steve H. 548 Williams, Sylvia J. 470 Williams, Walter A. 470 Williams, Walter M. 548 'Q as 602 Woodall, Charles J. 470 Woodall. Robert D. 549 Woodard, Karen L. 549 Woodard. Maurice E. 470 Woodard, Ronald D. 549 Woodard,Thomas B. 549 Woodham. Michael O. 404,470 Woodruff, Mark E. 549 Woodruff, Sharon W. 476 Woodruff. William 411 Woods. David R. 549 Woodson. Emily D. 549 S Woodward, Lee A. 549 Woolf. Alexandra J. 470 Woolf, Beverly L. 383.470 Woolfe, Marianne T. 549 Woolen, Elizabeth M. 470 Woolley, Willis P. 549 Wooten, Ronald L. 402,404,470 Worley, Penny 42l Worrell, Jonathan P. 549 Worthington, Mike 417 Worthington. William J. 549 Wozniak, Dawn M. 470 Wozniak.June K. 549 Wrenn. Patrick R. 549 Wright. Anne T. 549 Wright, Charles 394 Wright,Cheryl A. 549 Wright, Pamela L. 549 Wright, Wright. Wright, Phyllis L. 549 Sandra S. 550 Silas T. 550 Wright, Thomas J. 473 Wright,Tim 394 Wyatt, Bobby L. 550 Wyatt, Kirk S. 550 Wyatt, Martha J. 476 Wymer. John F. 550 Y Yancey, Peggy A. 470 Yann. Betty F. 550 Yann. Bobby 380 Yann. Nicki G. 470 Yarbrough, Marga D. 550 Yarbrough. Randy S. 470 Yates, Charles B. 393.470 Yates, Linda A. 470 Yeager. Alfred H. 550 Yeager. Deborah J. 550 Yeager, Earl S. 550 Yeakle, Priscilla .I. 550 Yocum. Gypsy A. 550 Yonge, Phillis 415 York. Anne S. 550 York. Carol 550 York. LaDonna G. 470 Young. Andrea L. 383,396,470 Young, Baker 4l7 Young, David M. 470 Young, Martha A. 550 Young. Mary M. 550 Young, Paula J. 550 Young, Phillip L. 550 Young, Richard D. 470 Young, Stephen D. 470 Young, Stephen R. 470 Youngblood, Sarah J. 550 Youngblood, Susan 396,550 Yount, Phyllis A. 470 Yow. LeStryet N. 550 Z Zakanycz, Mary A. 550 Zapotocky,JoAnn M. 550 Zasa, Robertj. 550 Zeanah, Grady H. 386,470 Zeanah,Jack 470 Zeff. Miriam E. 550 Zettle, Martha E. 473 Zettle, Philip O. 550 Zicanelli 399 Ziegler,Jim 398 Zinser, Robert S. 550 Zion, Gary A. 550 Zorn. Becky 550 Zukowski. 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