University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 248 of the 1966 volume:
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Little Rock University
Little Rock, Arkansas
Alvin H. VVhite
lim C. Watts
E IV . An Institut1on, An Obhgatron,
Truly, Little Rock University is an outstanding institution. It has ac-
cepted the responsibility of preparing its students as citizens of the com-
munity and world. We in return feel an obligation of aiding in the future
of our alma mater, whose growth at this point seems limitless.
For We have come here from varied backgrounds but with the same
common goal-to receive the quality education which LRU offers.
It is our hope that this book will depict the school year 1965-66 and
that in the years to come as you scan its pages, you will be proud to have
been a part of this dynamic University.
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Spring registration proved very hectic when the lines were moved inside Union became more crowded. For this reason it took the Dean's List
to avoid the cold. Even with the warmth tempers were short as the students twice as long to get to the first check station.
Ritual of Registration
Even after passing the first check station, it was the second and
third tables from which it proved interesting to escape.
The ritual of registration was perpetrated on schedule
this year. Lines were normally long and fingers normally
cramped and this year's session was the usual cross between
the Marine basic training program and the first dance' of
the Iunior Cotillion season.
Everyone rejoiced at the addition of the new ID cards.
With pictures that looked like morgue shots they made the
prime Wanted list for status seekers.
As no deaths were reported, both sessions of registra-
tion were considered a success.
Students waiting to part with tumon money
are particularly enthusiastic.
Freshmen appear engrossed as they receive IHSTTUCYIOHS regarding mystical rite of regxstratlon
Regardless of the course there was always some do-gooder trying to tell you not to sign up
Sydney Phillips seems content in filling punch cup only half full. Dr. Edmondson may not agree,
Meet, Greet and Eat
Tri Del? Sarah Rhodes proudly explains display of outstanding members
to alumna Mrs. Shoemaker.
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New faculty members are welcomed to campus at annual President's
reception honoring them.
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Relays Prove Entertaining
Pi Phis demonstrate skill and persistence in ladylike endeavor of log-
sawing, new event this year.
Nancy Cooper proves she can catch anything she wants, even if it is
a greased pig.
The Sigma Nu Relays are an annual event, planned,
financed and executed by Sigma Nu Fraternity. The pro-
gram consists of events such as sack races, tulnby-tube races,
tricycle races, cupup contest, egg yag, pig chase, broad
jump, disc scrample, log sawing contest and the traditional
All sororities compete for sweepstakes trophy and the
win this year hy Delta Delta Delta, making their third
straight, allows them permanent possession of the trophy.
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Pikes sing their way into first place as Jim Watts hamrners'?!'!!f? out the chimes.
Dedication and the ability to sing could account for Kappa winning the "Aulsing" again this year.
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Art Is Interestin
Editor Al White relaxes after working
on the TROJAN all morning, however,
the art instructor, Mrs. Rogers, wishes
he would take his tensions out in some
way other than on canvas.
We received a word of warning that Mary Nell Tompkins liked to remove her shoes while in the
house, however, we failed to get the photographer in time.
First? ,if Second? Thirdlll
Only an art student can appreciate or under-
stand the ways of an art department. Every art
student falls into more or less one of these classes.
The first class is the very serious student. He
never misses a class. In fact he manages to stay late
and do outside work. His paintings are always bet-
ter and more interesting because he figures some
way to insert clever and concealed details.
Then we find the student who comes to class
most of the time. His paintings are nice but lack
that personal touch that comes about only with
concentration. This student never fails to take his
ten minute break.
Last but not least we find the class cut-up. He
always has a new joke or wants to tell about the
drunken brawl he threw the night before. He gets
to class fifteen minutes late, takes a twenty minute
break and leaves early. This student does not un-
derstand why he cannot paint as well as the serious
painter or accept the fact that his grade is always
Art student Mrs. Turner, puts finishing touches on her plate knife painting.
Determined student pours water onto paper in an attempt to water down an ink
Dances And ther
'Would you believe"
Fall Pi Phi pledges are presented.
The PiKA Roaring Twenties Party was different. Most members had a
great time but we are still worried about some of the dates.
Sigma Nus are among few dancers these days who get close to their
Do-nna Munnerlyn and court are all smiles as they pose for photog-
rapher at half-time.
This was the year for new dances. Somehow we don't think
this was a winner.
Almost everyone tried to give blood during the fall drivep
however, this student looks as if she has given her last
dro to compensate for the 4700 who were reiected.
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Spring registration was somewhat slowed up by the unexpected snow
For those who braved the weather parking proved to be no problem
Pam Jackson definitely looks like "Miss Arkansas" as she announces Kappa Sweet-
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During construction many unusual and interesting things occured. The stage section of the
Fine Arts Auditorium goes up, looking like a large scrap iron pile.
Concrete is lifted by crane as crew began work
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slowly at first, then almost over night a splendid three story building sprang up.
The new Library looks as if it will be as deep as it will be tally however
many extra tons of reinforcement were put in to compensate for future
Just south of the Library and directly west of the new Fine Arts
Building, bulldozers were busy most of the day pushing tons of
earth aside for the new Library.
Even with the snows of January, work did not slow up.
Little Rock University has seen many changes
since its founding in 1927. In 1948, the first class-
rooms were constructed. The university began an in-
tensive building program in 1957. The Fine Arts
Building with an auditorium seating capacity of 400
and the current construction of the three story li-
brary is but part of the building program. Plans are
in the making for an addition to the Science Building
which will double the facilities.
University Theatre Guild
The U.T.G. is one of the oldest campus organizations on LRU
campus. The organization has played an active part on the campus
since the 1930's and is open to all students.
The Drama Department worked with the Music department
to open the season with the musical "Brigadoon." Becket followed
the musical and was produced totally in the round.
The spring semester opened with "Night Must Fall" a three-act
melodrama by Emlyn VV illiams.
LRU received six superior ratings at the State Speech Festival
in March. lim and Sharon Bearden presented the one act play
"Mooney's Kid Don't Cry" by Tennessee Williams. The play was
These rehearsals are killing me. Jim Ralph explaining to Billy Ferguson the fantasy land of "Brigadoon."
Kathy Brown, the cook in "Night Must Fall," has serious
moments when she, Nancy Kay Gates, and Connie Wyrick
inspect D6I'l'S lUQg696- If you're an invalid, "l'm the Prince of Wales."
Music and drama departments present the musical "Brigadoon" to open the Fall Season.
I've always had problems reading, but my new
Sharon and Jim Bearden going through "mean exercises" before presenting
"Mooney's Kid Don't Cry" for the state speech festival,
Relatives, relatives, relatives. That's all you ever invite for dinner.
Pageant director Pam Jackson gives contestants pointers on poise and
the correct way to stand during iudging.
Only Carol Olson could possibly know the thoughts that raced through
her mind the night of rehearsal.
Miss L. R. U. Pageant - Best Ever.
"There she is - Miss L. R. U." These Words filled the
National Investors Auditorium Saturday evening, March
5th, as Nancy Kay Gates, the new Miss L. Pt. U., ascended
the ramp to greet her subjects. This moment ended many
weeks of hard work and anticipation.
Former Miss North Little Rock, Pat
Smith, Pam Jackson team up to sing
The pageant, under the direction of Pam Jackson, Was
one of the best all school events to be held this year. The
theme 'Tm looking over a four leaf clover" was cleverly car-
ried out in shades of gold and green.
Gordon Norrell and Don Teeple were real
"This Was The Year To Be Miss "Consider yourself one of us" and that's what Selena of "l'm Lookin Over A Four Leaf Clover
Arkansas." Duncan did. Selena was elected Miss Congeniality. and "South of t e Border."
crowd pleasers with their special arrangement
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Becky Harrison prefers to leave the iudges asking for more as her cousin
three times removed "Boom Boom Lavern" gives her tips on what fo
wear in a pageant.
Janinne Hoyt is all smiles as Pam Jackson and Martha Myers help her
get ready for eveining gown competition.
training, practice and long re-
Kay proves that she is truly a
After years of
A deserted iudges table shows evidence of three and one half hours
of hard concentrated iudging.
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Chairman of the Board Vice Chairman
Richard C. Butler
Harold I. Engstrom, Ir.
Dr. W. G. Cooper H. Tyndall Dickinson
Robert D. Lowry Robert S. McCord
The fifteen businessmen of the Greater Little Bock area
who comprise the University's Board of Trustees hold the
future of the school in their very able hands. They con-
tribute much time and effort in directing the institutions'
In 1956 the Little Bock Iunior College governing body
Cthen the Little Rock Board of Educationj proposed to pro-
vide a truly functional program of higher education, de-
signed to meet the needs of the area and as a result Little
Rock University came into being, offering a full four-year
program in 1957. The new University then established its
own Board of Trustees.
These men are ever alert to educational needs and
trends as they endeavor to guide LBU through this period
of continuous growth and expansion.
Earl L. McCarroll
john A. Biggs, Ir.
Herbert C. Rule
Gus Ottenheimer Hugh B. Patterson, Ir
Carl R. Stout
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"People with vision will
decade, inspiring plans and
tent with the dynamic ideas
versity. The new design for
surely not perish from the earth." Therefore, having established a senior college in the present
urgent responsibilities at this moment persuade us to move higher up and farther out, consis-
of the founders who gave to this institution the all-encompassing name of Little Rock Uni-
another decade, 1965-1975, is directed toward higher and higher education for more and more
American men and women of our State and region.
Naturally and confidently we move onward and upward to join our multitude of friends and atro ' b 'ld'
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great and universal city by the construction of the community's most essential institution, a university center for culture,
knowledge and spirit significantly capable of aiding in the maintenance of individual freedom in the face of many serious
t reats and assaults. Our vision embraces high purpose and a brilliant and exciting future in a wonderful world now
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mere village , in which we learn to live freely, understandingly, peacefully, prosperously and fully.
Carey V. Stabler
DR. CAREY V. STABLER CBS., M.A., P1'1.D., LL DQ, is Presi-
dent of Little Rock Universitv. He is a native of Thorsby, Alabama.
His degrees are from the University of Alabama and Duke Univer-
sity. In 1965 he received an honorary 1.L.D. from Hendrix College.
The 1963 "Greater Little Bock Man of the Year", Dr. Stabler
is a member of Phi Beta Kappalnational honor society and is listed
in "VVho's VVho in America"
Professional and civic activities are as follows: Board of Di-
rectors of the Little Bock Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank,
Concert Board, Board of Directors, Arkansas Arts Center and 1964-
1965-66 president of the Little Bock Rotary Club, Community M1giErgiRBtAIEQ S
65 president of the Arkansas chapter of the United Nations Asso- Y O e rem en
MRS. JEAN HOLMES
Secretary to Assistant Dean
Dean of the
DR. HAROLD I. VVOOLARD CBA., Th.M., Th.D.D, is in
his sixth year as Dean of the University and Professor of Hu-
manities. Since 1957 he has served as Registrar, Dean of Stu-
dents and Chairman of the Division of Humanities.
His birthplace was Stillwater, Oklahoma and his degrees
are from Southwestern College in Kansas and the University
Dr. Vvoolard is currently chairman of both the curriculum
and admissions committees. He is listed in "Who's Who in
America", 'fWho's VVho in Education", is a past president of
the Arkansas Choral Society, received in 1950 and 1959 the
Danforth Scholar Award and serves as an Arkansas Festival
of Arts Council board member.
Professional and community interests include Pulaski Coun-
ty Health and Vvelfare Council, the Kiwanis Club, the Masonic
Lodge and VVinfield hlethodist Church.
MR. CROVER J. ANDREWS CBA., MAJ Assistant to the
Dean of the University, came to LRU in 1964. He has previ-
ously been Assistant to the Peabody College President and
Baylor Universityis Director of Public Relations.
Dean Andrews' teaching fields are English, art and educa-
tion. His degrees are from George Peabody College. He is a
member of Phi Delta Kappa honorary education fraternity and
the Public Relations Society of America, serves as chairman of
MISS LINDA HILLIS
Secretary to the Dean
the publications board and graduate scholarship committee and
as adviser to the FORUM. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha
This year the Federation of VVomen's Clubs selected Mr.
Andrews as "Educator of the Year".
MR. ERVIN L. BETTS CBA., B.D., M.A.D, Dean of Students
and Assistant Professor of Psychology is in his sixth year at LRU.
Dean Betts is from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He attended
the University of New Mexico, Southwestern Seminary and
Baylor University, where he belonged to Sigma Chi fraternity
and Psi Chi honorary psychology fraternity.
His professional memberships include Southwestern Associa-
tion of Student Personnel Administrators, American Personnel
and Guidance Association and Arkansas Personnel and Guidance
Mr. Betts works with the Student Union Board and Katalia.
Deans of Students
Dean of Women
MRS. BARBARA TAEGEL CB.S.E., M.S.D, Dean of Wom-
en and Assistant Professor of Physical Education, is com-
pleting her seventh year at Little Rock University.
She supervises the master calendar, is sponsor of Student
Senate, Panhellenic and Hood and Tassel. She is a member
of the Student Union Board and the lectures and assemblies
Dean Taegel is a member of Altrusa, National Association
of w70lDCD,S Deans and Counsellors, Arkansas Personnel and
Guidance Association and Arkansas School Cousellors Asso-
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MR. JERRY D. CORLEY CBS., M.S.D, is completing
his first year as Assistant Dean of Students and Instructor of
Psychology. He serves as advisor to the Interfratemity Coun-
Mr. Corley is a native of McLeod, Texas and received
his degrees from Kilgore junior College and East Texas State
University. At E.T.S.U. he was Assistant to the Dean of Men.
Professional memberships include American Personnel
and Guidance Association, Arkansas Personnel and Guidance
Association, Southwestem Association of Student Personnel
Administrators and Phi Delta Kappa honorary Educational
ffice of the
MRS. MARY LOU ARRINGTON CB.S.D
Secretary to the Business Manager
MR. E. L. ROBINSON CB.S.E., M.A.D, is completing his tenth year at
LRU as Business Manager. He holds degrees from Arkansas State Teache
ers College and the University of Arkansas and is listed in "Who's Who
in American Education".
Mr. Robinson directs the scholarship committee as its chairman,
serves on the advisory council, Student Union board, Commencement
committee and athletics committee.
Community activities include Rotary Club, Board of Stewards of the
Methodist Church and treasurer of LRU's Wesley Foundation Board.
MRS. FAY ADDIE MRS. REBECCA EO'FE MRS. MARY RHODES
Multilith Operator Accounting Machine Operator Bookkeeper
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MR. JAMES R. MURRY
Other Administrative Personnel
MR. CLEVE BRANSCUM CBS., M.Ed.D, is serving as Acting Director of Athletics. In
this position he coordinates the University program of inter-collegiate athletics, intramurals
and special sports.
Mr. Branscum is a member of the student relations committee and the health, hygiene
and safety committee.
MRS. MAYBETH JOHNSTON CB.S.D, became Student Union Director and Bookstore
Manager in 1958 after having attended Little Rock Junior College and graduating from the
University of Arkansas.
Mrs. Johnston is a member of the Student Union Board, a member of the lectures and
assemblies committee and serves Delta Delta Delta as advisor.
MR. CHARLES E. LAMAR CB.A., M.A.D, is completing his first year as Director of the
Counseling Center. He has previously served as a counselor, psychometrist and an instructor
His degrees were received from Baylor University. Past experience includes collgee stu-
dent counseling and general industrial relations Work.
MRS. VELDA MELVILLE is serving her fifth year as Food Service Director at LRU. She
actively coordinates the snack bar and cafeteria programs.
Mrs. Melville is a member of the Student Union Board.
MRS. MARY ALYCE BRIDGES
Secretary to the Registrar
ffice of the
DR. DUDLEY S. BEARD CBA., M.S., Ed.DD, has been LRU's
Registrar for eight years. He is a native of Mt. Vernon, New York.
His degrees were earned from Millsaps College and the Uni-
versity of Mississippi.
In addition to serving as Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity advisor at
LRU, Dr. Beard serves as a member of the curriculum and admis-
He is a past president of the Arkansas Association of Collegiate
Registrars and Admissions Offices.
MRS. PEGGY BURKE MISS LINDA THOMPSON
MISS CAROL ROTHHAMMER
Secretary to Development Director
MR. NEYLAND HESTER CB.A., B.D.D, is serving as Director of
Development in addition to being responsible for alumni activities.
He is completing his second year at LRU.
Mr. Hester was born in Norton, Texas and graduated from
Roosevelt University of Chicago and Southern Methodist University.
Besides interest in Boy Scout Work, he holds membership in the
Rotary Club, American College Public Relations Association, Ameri-
can Alumni Council and Public Relations Society of America.
MRS. SUE PINE CB.A.D, Director of Public Relations, is an active mem-
ber of the following faculty committees on campus: scholarship, publica-
tions board and lectures and assemblies. She lends faculty leadership in
Hood and Tassel and the TROJAN yearbook.
Mrs. Pine attended the College of the Ozarks and the University of
Arkansas, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was a member
of Pi Beta Phi and Mortar Board. She is a member of Altrusa and the
American College Public Relations Association.
John A. Larson
MR. JAMES A. ALLEN CBS., M.S.D, this year became LRU's
new Librarian. He was formerly associated with Louisiana Col-
le e at Pineville
He is a native of Alexandria and a graduate of Louisiana
At LRU he sponsors the student library committee and is
a member of the faculty library committee.
Professional memberships include the American Association
of University Professors, American Library Association, Arkan-
sas Library Association and Southwest Library Association.
Special interests include rock hunting, travel and cooking.
MISS SANDRA JEAN PITTS CRS., M.L.S.j,
is completing her first year here as Assistant Li-
brarian and Instructor of Library Science. She
is responsible for the Library's readers' services
and provides leadership in the student library
Miss Pitts' home is Clarksville and she has at-
tended the College of the Ozarks and Texas
Woman's Universi . She was reviousl a li
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brarian with the U.S. Army at Ft. Sill, Okla-
MRS. DOROTHY WOODS has been Circula-
tion Librarian for eleven years at LRU: She
attended Hendrix College and Little Rock Junior
MISS IVA JEAN HARRISON
Secretary to Librarian
MRS. MARGARET MOSER CBA. in L.S.l,
serves as Assistant Librarian. She has previously
served as Acting Librarian and Catalogue Li-
A native of Wellington, Kansas, Mrs. Moser
received her degree from the University of Okla-
She is completing her fourth year at Little
With the greater emphasis being placed on sci-
ences in the world today, more students are en-
deavoring to take advantage of the offerings of the
Division of Biological Sciences.
However, it is not only the biological science
major whom this Division seeks to serve, but it
attempts to train all students in the life sciences so
that they may live better in relation to their sur-
Majors and minors in biology and a major in
medical technology are available through the Di-
vision of Biological Sciences.
DR. JAMES H. FRIBOURCH CB.A., M.S., Ph.D.J, Professor
and Chairman of the Division of Biological Sciences, is listed in
"Who's Who in the South and Southwest", "American Men of
Science", "Leaders in American Science", "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Education" and "Arkansas Lives".
He is president of the Arkansas Academy of Science, presi-
dent of the Arkansas Conference of American Association of
University Professors, former state director of the National
Association of Biology Teachers and of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science.
Dr. Fribourgh is a vestry member of the Episcopal Church
and a member of the Ouachita Girl Scout Council. He has pub-
lished seventeen articles in professional journals, primarily in
areas of fish culture and embryological basis of behavior.
MR. VVILLIAM F. EVANS
CB.S, M.S.D, Assistant Professor
of Biology, has been at LRU for
four years. He is a member of Phi
Sigma national biological honor
society and the Arkansas Academy
of Science. Previously Mr. Evans
was biologist for the Arkansas
State Board of Health.
Mr. Evans has completed a
book on animal communications
which is being published this
year. Three of his science articles
have appeared in Little Rock
He is sponsor of the LRU
MRS. MARY ANN FOSTER
CB.S., MSD, a Special Instructor
in Biology, is an alumnus of LRU.
Her teaching experience in-
cludes work at St. Vincent's
School of Nursing and related
experience as research assistant,
pathology department, U. of A.
Medical Center. She has taught
at LRU since 1963.
She is a member of Sigma Xi,
Delta Delta Delta, Sword and
Shield and Alpha Epsilon Delta.
She has published several articles
in professional joumals.
MR. CLARENCE: B. SINCLAIR
CB.Si., M.A.D, is an Assistant
Professor of Biology. This is his
second year at LRU. Mr. Sinclair
served as chairman of the Science
Division at National College be-
fore coming to LRU.
He is a member of the Botani-
cal Society of America, Sigma Xi
and the Arkansas Academy of Sci-
He is a candidate for the Ph.D.
degree from the University of
Missouri. His area of special study
is the epidermal structure of com-
His hobbies include photog-
raphy, music and fishing.
DR. DOROTHY B. SPANCEN
BERG CB.A., M.A., Ph.D'.l, As-
sociate Professor of Biological Re-
hearch, for two years has directed
a private research laboratory. She
has served as research associate in
pathology at the University of Ar-
kansas Medical Center and is
currently engaged in research in
the area of growth and differen-
tiation, supported by the National
Dr. Spangenberg joined the
faculty in 1965 and assists with
the direction of independent study
projects and seminar.
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DR. LLOYD W. BOWIE CB.A., M.A., Ph.D.j, Chairman of the
Division of Business and Economics and a Professor of Business
Administration is a member of Iota Phi scholastic fraternity and has
been listed in "Who's Who in the Midwest".
Dr. Bowie works with Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club and
Young Republicans on campus and serves on the following faculty
committees: advisory council, curriculum committee and serves as
chairman of the Student Union board. He came to LRU in 1961.
The foundation for a career in the business
world is laid in LRU's Division of Business and
Economics. This foundation is built by learning
methods of analyzing and interpreting business pro-
cedures and by training the mind to deal with hu-
In addition to providing the knowledge for busi-
ness careers, the Division endeavors to offer a bet-
ter understanding of the business world to all who
pass by, regardless of their future direction.
To specialize training the Division is organized
into the following departments: Accounting, Busi-
ness Administration, Economics and Finance, Man-
agement and Marketing, Secretarial Science and
MR. JAMES F. BUTLER CBA., M.B.A.D,
is Assistant Professor of Economics. Com-
pleting his third year on campus, he serves
on the faculty committee on graduate study.
He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta
honorary history fraternity and of the
Southeastern Social Science Association.
MRS. IEANNE GALLMAN CB.A., M.S.D,
serves as a Special Instructor in Business
Administration. Her degrees are from Texas
VVoman's University and the University of
Arkansas and she is active in the Poets
Roundtable of Arkansas and the Arkansas
Council on Human Relations.
MR. BENNIE, W. GOODWIN CB.S.B.A.D,
has taught at LRU for four years as a Spe-
cial Instructor in Business in the Evening
Professional affiliations include the
American Marketing Association and Elec-
tric Utilities Market Research Council.
MR. BENJAMIN A. HARDY CBA., LL.
B., M.A.D, Associate Professor of Business
and Economics, has been teaching at LRU
for 14 years. He is a member of both the
Arkansas and Pulaski County Historical
Associations and serves as secretary-treas-
urer of the latter. On campus he has spon-
sored Alpha Kappa Psi and Young Demo-
MRS. CLEO B. MATTOX CB.S.E.,
M.B.E.D, is an Assistant Professor of Secre-
tarial Science who joined the faculty in
She is sponsor of Phi Beta Lambda busi-
ness fraternity. Her degrees are from Arkan-
sas State Teachers College and the Univer-
sity of Colorado.
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MR. CARL MCDANIEL, JR. CBS., MSD,
is completing his first year as a full-time
faculty member. He is an Instructor of
Marketing and Nlanagement. Mr. McDaniel
is an alumnus of LRU and supplies leader-
ship to the Marketing Club, Sigma Nu and
Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity.
MR. GEORGE E. MINER CB.C.E., M.B.
AQ, Assistant Professor of Accounting, Fi-
nance, is completing his third year at LRU.
He has served as advisor to Alpha Kappa
Psi this year and as secretary-treasurer of
the Ark. Conference, A.A.U.P.
MISS INEZ MARTIN CB.A., M.Ed.D, an
Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science
has been a member of the faculty for 20
years. She is a member of the lectures and
assemblies committee and is active in Alpha
Delta Kappa, American Guild of Organists
and a number of business education asso-
MR. LEON MOURTON CB.S.D, serves as
a Special Instructor of Accounting. He
joined the faculty this year and is also an
He is a C.P.A. and is employed by the
Internal Revenue Service.
MR. DONALD W. NANCE CB.S., M.S.,
LL.B., C.P.A.D, Special Instructor in Ac-
counting, is controller and secretary-treas-
urer of Coleman Dairy, Inc.
He is a member of the American Bar Asso-
ciation, American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants and Beta Alpha Psi,
national honorary accounting fratemity.
MR. WILLIAM NASH CB.A., B.C.L.D, is
serving as a Special Instructor in the Busi-
iiiess Division, his specialty being business
His education was received from the Uni-
versity of Chicago and the University of
MR. SLOAN RAINWATER, IR. CB.S.,
LL.B.D, is serving as a Special Instructor
in Business Administration.
Mr. Rainwater attended Hendrix College,
the U.S. Naval Academy, Southern Metho-
dist University and Arkansas Law School.
MR. ERNEST H. WHITE., JR. CB.S.B.A.,
M.B.A.D, is completing his second year on
the faculty. He is a member of the Amer-
ican Accounting Association and Beta Alpha
Psi national honorary accounting fraternity.
He serves as an Instructor of Accounting.
MRS. ANN WILLIAMSON CB.S.B.A.J,
MSD, joined the faculty this year as an
Instructor of Business Education.
Her degrees are from the University of
Arkansas and she previously taught in Fay-
etteville and Decatur.
MISS- JEAN WOOLFOLK CB.S.B.A.D,
LL.B., C.L.U.D, serves as a Special Instruc-
tor in Continuing Education
An alumna of Little Rock Junior College,
she has been teaching since 1962.
LRU's location in the cultural center of Arkan-
sas is of immense value to the serious student in
Fine Arts. Concerts, recitals, lectures, exhibits and
dramatic productions combine to create an atmos-
phere conducive to cultural study.
The faculty of the Division of Fine Arts main-
tains a standard of excellence and balance in
scholarly achievement and performance practice in
The Division is particularly looking forward to
the completion of the new Fine Arts-Classroom
building, featuring complete facilities for study of
fine and applied arts.
DR. DONALD L. WARMACK CBA., B.Mus., M.M., D.M.A.j,
Division Chairman of Fine Arts, is a Professor of Music.
Dr. Wamiack has been at LRU for seven years and is a mem-
ber of Pi Kappa Lambda national honorary scholastic fraternity.
He directs the University Choir and serves on the following
MRS. JOSEPHINE GRAHAM CBA.,
M.F.A.j, Instructor of Art, earned her
degrees at the University of Arkansas
W and Columbia University. She belongs
to the American Watercolor Society
and National Association of Women
Mrs. Graham has been active in the
National League of Women Voters and
Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club.
faculty committees: advisory council, curriculum committee and
is chairman of the athletics committee
MR. PHILLIP A. KLOPFENSTEIN
CB.A., M.A.D, an Instructor of Art,
joined the faculty in 1965. His de-
grees are from Michigan -State Uni-
versity and Western Michigan Uni-
He previously taught in Michigan
high schools. He serves on the honors
and awards committee.
And More F ine Arts
MR. DONALD E. KRAMER CB.M,,
MSU, is Assistant Professor of Instrumental
Music and Conductor of the University
Band. He came to LRU two years ago
from the University of Oklahoma Where he
was assistant director of University bands.
He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha-Sin-
fonia and Kappa Kappa Psi national band
MRS. DOROTHY SAWATSKI CB.S.D, is
an Instructor of Voice. She is a charter
member of Eta chapter of Sigma Alpha
lota, national music fraternity.
She has been a church soloist for over
15 years and has made many radio and
MR. JOHN GLENN METGALF CBA.,
B.M., M.M.D, is an Assistant Professor of
He has served as president of the Little
Rock Chamber Music Society and state
chairman of the American Guild of Or-
ganists and is a member of the board of
the Community Concert Association.
MRS. MARGARET A. WARMACK CB.
Mus., M.M.D, is an Instructor of Music
and is completing her sixth year at LRU.
Her degrees are from Hendrix College
and the University of Southern California.
MRS. IDA R. ROGERS CB.A., MAJ, is
an Assistant Professor of Art. She studied
at Leyden University in Holland and is a
member of Delta Kappa Gamma. Her de-
grees are from Hendrix College and the
University of Arkansas.
She has made a study of ancient ruins
of Egypt, Syria, Greece, Jordan and Turkey
for background knowledge of relics d'art.
Courses in the Division of Humanities guide
the stuclent's learning into broad fields so that he
may be prepared to engage in satisfying relation-
ships with his fellow human beings. It is designed ag
to give students a wide perspective of values.
In the Division are the departments of English,
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German, French, Russian, Spanish, Philosophy and ,
Religion, Speech and Speech and Hearing Therapy.
It is the arm of this Division to impart to its
students the ability to communicate intelligently in
both the written and spoken word.
MISS CHARLOTTE BEARD CB.A.D,
served during the fall semester as a Special
Instructor of English.
A native of Malvern, she is presently
completing work on her master's degree.
MRS. IOHNYE E. MATHEWS CBA., M.A.D, is Acting Head of
the Division of Humanities and an Assistant Professor of English.
She has completed course work for the Ph.D. at the University of
She has taught at LRU since 1958 and is presently sewing on
the advisory council and curriculum committee. She is a member of
the Modern Language Association and Phi Alpha Theta and is
president of the Little Rock Alumnae Club of Phi Mu fraternity,
MRS. MARYLYN BRADY CB.A., M.A.D,
joined the faculty in 1965 as a Special In-
structor of English. She had previously
taught at Hall High School.
A graduate of the University of North
Carolina and Stanford University, she is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa.
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MISS 'LUCILLE COLAIANNI CBA.,
M.A.D, came to the campus in 1964 from
Notre Dame College. She is an Instructor
of French and English,
She is a member of the lNIodern Lan-
guage Association, the Association of Teach-
ers of French and Pi Delta Phi national
MRS. FAYE DIMASSIMO, CB.A., MAJ,
a Special Instructor in Speech became a
faculty member this year.
MRS. LORAINE EURMAN CB.A., MAD,
is a Special Instructor in Russian. She at-
tended the University of Michigan and
Georgetown University Institute of Lan-
guages and Linguistics.
MISS IESSAMINE D. GIST CB.A., MAJ,
is a Special Instructor in English. Her de-
grees are from the University of Arkansas
Where she was graduated with high honors
and a member of Phi Beta Kappa, "Who's
VVho", Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Alpha
MRS. ROSLYN DONALD CB.A., M.A.J,
an Instructor of English is completing her
third year at LRU. Her degrees are from
the University of Arkansas where she was
a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
On campus she is sponsor for Phi Theta
Kappa and Chi Omega Panhellenic repre-
MR. CECIL A. EDGINGTON CBA.,
MAJ, is completing his 20th year as a
member of the LRU faculty. He is an As-
sistant Professor of English.
Mr. Edgington's degrees are from Hender-
son State Teachers College and the Uni-
versity of Texas.
MRS. ELEANOR FRANCIS CB.A., MAJ,
an Assistant Professor of English, also serves
as Acting Chairman of the Department of
She is a past president of Delta Kappa
Gamma, a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
and the National Council of English Teach-
ers. She came to Little Rock University in
MRS. CAROLYN GRAHAM CBA.,
M.A.j, is an Instructor in English. She
joined the faculty in 1964, having previous-
ly taught at Ouachita Baptist University.
She is listed in "VVho's VVho in American
Education and is a member of Sigma Tau
Delta and the American Association of Uni-
DR. RICHARD FROTHINGHAM CB.A.,
B.D., Ph.D.D, is Associate Professor of Hu-
manities. His degrees are from College of
Wooster, Oberlin Graduate School of The-
ology and Columbia University.
In 1957 he received second place in the
sermon division of the Freedoms Founda-
tion Award. He came to LRU in 1962.
MR. CLIFFORD HAISLIP CB.A., MAJ,
is an Assistant Professor of Speech and
Drama and therefore finds himself in two
Divisions - Humanities and Fine Arts.
His degrees were earned at A.S.T.C. and
the University of Arkansas and he has com-
pleted course work for the Ph.D. at
Southern Illinois University. He serves as
sponsor for Alpha Psi Omega and directs
all University Theatre Guild productions.
MR. RICHARD R. HAWKINS CB.A.,
M.A.D, came to the faculty in 1962 and is
a Special Instructor in Speech and Hearing
A member of the Arkansas and American
Speech and Hearing Associations, he serves
as audiologist with the Arkansas State Board
MISS SARA LOCKARD CBA., M.A.D,
joined the faculty this year as an Instruc-
tor of Speech. She sponsors the Debate
Her degrees are from the University of
Mississippi where she was a member of
Mortar Board and Louisiana State Uni-
versity where she became Assistant Di-
rector of Forensics.
MISS NANCY POPPERFUSS CBA.,
M.A.D, joined the faculty in 1957 as a
Special Instructor in English. She attended
Wellesley College, Baylor University and
the University of Arkansas. She belongs to
the Arkansas Education Association.
MRS. MARIAN A. HULSEY CB.S.E.,
MAJ, serves as a Special Instructor in Eng-
lish. She is a native of New Orleans, Louis-
iana and attended University of South-
western Louisiana, Henderson State Teach-
ers College and the University of Arkansas.
MRS. DOROTHY PACKARD' CB.A.,
M.A.j, is a Special Instructor in English
who has been at LRU since 1963.
She previously served as an instructor at
the University of Missouri, at Dniry Col-
lege and at Ohio Wesleyan University. She
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
MR. RHODES THOMPSON, IR. CBA.,
B.D.j, serves as a Special Instructor in Re-
ligion. He is a member of Alpha Chi and
is first vice president of the Greater Little
Rock Ministerial Association and a board
member of the Arkansas Council of
Churches. He is minister of Pulaski Heights
MRS. MARILYNN T. KEYS CB.A.,
M.A.J, who came to LRU in 1959, serves
as a Special Instructor in English. She re-
ceived her education at Ouachita Baptist
University where she was selected to 'iWho's
Who in American Colleges and Univer-
sities" and at Columbia University. She has
taught at Ouachita and the University of
MRS. MARYAVIS PARSON CBA.,
M.A.D, has been an LRU faculty member
for 18 years. She is an Assistant Professor
of Spanish and French.
She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi. Delta
Kappa Gamma and Sword and Shield and
sponsors La Sociedad Espanola.
MR. HAROLD I. WELLS CB.A., B.D.D,
is a new addition to the faculty this year
as Special Instructor in Philosophy and Re-
ligion. Mr. Wells also serves as Wesley
Foundation Director here on campus, hav-
ing previously held the same position at
Arkansas State Teachers College and Hen-
derson State Teachers College.
P ysical Sciences
The Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics
has a two-fold objective: to provide a foundation of in-
formation and guidance for a student's development of
the attitudes and skills necessary in meeting the de-
mands of modern everyday living and to provide more
advanced training for the student who expects to at-
MRS. BILLIE G. BROACH CB.S.E., MR. ROBERT A. CROMWELL CBS. MR. FREDERIC I. EISON CB.S.C.E.D,
tain a career in science.
Majors and minors are offered in chemistry, math-
ematics and physics. Courses offered in engineering
provide a background for those students wishing to go
into this field.
M.Ed.D, an Assistant Professor of Chem-
istry, attended Arkansas State Teachers
College, Northwestern University and
Montana State College. She is a member
of Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Kappa Gamma
and Sword and Shield and is co-sponsor
of the student Chemistry Club.
DR. WILSON J. BROACH CB.A., MS., Ph.D.D, is Chairman of
the Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics. He is also a
Professor of Chemistry.
Dr. Broach is a member of Sigma Xi honorary science research
organization, the American Chemical Society and Alpha Chi Sigma.
He serves as co-sponsor of the Chemistry Club and has written
a workbook in general chemistry. Committee assignments include
advisory council and curriculum committee.
EE., MSD, is an Assistant Professor of
Physics. He joined the faculty this year,
having previously been associated with
Martin Marietta Corporation and Doug-
las Aircraft as an engineer. He is a mem-
ber of the Institute of Electrical and Elec-
has been on the faculty since 1947. He is
a retired Lt. Colonel from the Army and
is a member of the Arkansas Education
Association, the Arkansas Academy of
Science and the Arkansas Engineers and
Associates. He is an Assistant Professor
MRS. EMILY S. FLEMING CB.A., MSD, is a Special Instructor
in Mathematics She first joined the faculty in 1946. Her degrees
are from Texas Woman's University and the University of Arkansas.
MR. JAMES R. FULMER CB.A., M.A.D, is an Assistant Professor
of Mathematics and has been at LRU since 1956.
He has been a recipient of several National Science Foundation
scholarships and is a member of the National Council of Teachers
MR. CHARLES H. HARBISON CB.Ed., MSD, is an Assistant
Profssor of Mathematics. He has been the recipient of a National
Science Foundation Award and formerly taught school in Tall-
DR. JOHN R. HODCES CB.S., M.S., Ph.D.D, serves as head of
the Department of Mathematics and is an Associate Professor of
Mathematics. He has served on the faculty for 15 years.
He belongs to the Mathematical Association of America and has
served as advisor to the Newman and Chess clubs on campus.
MRS. JANET GARDNER CB.S., MSD, serves as a Special In-
structor within the Physical Science Division. She is a member of
Phi Beta Kappa and the recipient of a National Science Founda-
MRS. MARY JANE GATES CB-.A., M.A.j, is an Assistant Pro-
fessor of Mathematics. She is completing her second year on the
campus as a full-time faculty member. She is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi.
She has worked with several hundred elementary teachers, help-
ing them learn the methods of teaching 'Knew math".
NIR. OLIVER B. HOLEBIAN CB.S.E., lV1.A.D, an Associate PIO-
fessor of Chemistry, is completing his 21st year on the faculty.
He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa and the American Chem-
ical Society and serves on the faculty committee on graduate study.
MR. J. D. KIDD CB.S.C.E.D, is a Special Instructor in Engineering.
He attended the University of Arkansas, Muskingum College, Pur-
due University and earned his degree in civil enginnering from
Louisiana Polytechnic College.
MR. JOHN I. PETZ, JR. CB.S., M.S.D, came to LRU in 1962.
He is an Assistant Professor of Physics. Previously he was an in-
structor at the University of Arkansas. He is a member of the
American Physical Society, American Association of Physics Teach-
ers and American Association of University Professors.
DR. EDWARD T. RADLEY CB.S., M.S., Ph.D.D, is an Associate
Professor of Chemistry. He is completing his first year on the faculty.
He has written several articles in the "Journal of Chemical Educa-
tion" and belongs to the American Chemical Society, American
Association for the Advancement of Science and Institute of Elec-
trical and Electronics Engineers.
MR. JOSEPH WOMACK CB.S.
E.E., MSD, a Special Instructor
in Physics is a member of Tau
Beta Pi. He has taught at LRU
for three years. His degrees are
from Vanderbilt University and
the University of Arkansas.
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The scope of the Division of Social Sciences
is indeed wide, ranging from history of the state
of Arkansas to the study of Russia.
The Division endeavors to present the triumphs
and failures of the past to the young people who
will be our nation's future leaders.
Departments within the Division are History,
Political Science, Psychology and Sociology and
MR. ERVIN L. BETTS CB.A., B.D.,
lVI.A.D, an Assistant Professor of Psychology,
also is LRU's Dean of Men.
Prior to coming to the campus six years
ago he had been a graduate assistant at
Baylor University and a psychological con-
sultant at Shephard Associates in Ft. Worth,
DR. BEDFORD K. HADLEY CBA., Ph.DD, Professor of History
and Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences, holds degrees
from Friends University and the University of Texas.
He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, Sword and Shield, Rotary
Club, Arkansas Historical Association and Southern Historical Asso-
Prior to coming to LRU in 1961 he served as Dean of Men
at Bethany College and on the faculties of Northern Illinois Uni-
versity and Pan American College.
MISS CAROL BURNS- CBS., M.S.W.j,
joined the faculty this year as a Special
Instructor in Sociology. Her degrees are
from Baylor University and Columbia Uni-
Previous positions have included serving
as superintendent for the Arkansas Train-
ing School for Girls and Director of the
Baptist Student Union at Arkansas State
MR. JACK CARGILL, IR. CB.A., lVI.A.D,
is an Instructor of History, having come to
LRU this fall. His degrees are from the
University of Texas, Where he was a mem-
ber of Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa
and graduated with honors.
Mr. Cargill is an avid sports fan and en-
joys reading in many varied fields.
MR. JERRY D. CORLEY CB.A., B.S.,
M.S.D, in addition to serving as Assistant
Dean of Students is an Instructor of Psy-
His degrees are from East Texas State
University where he was a member of
"Who's Who in American Colleges and
Universities" and Delta Tau Delta.
DR. ZELMA B. GREEN CB.A., M.A.,
Ph.D.D, is an Assistant Professor of Sociol-
ogy and Psychology, completing her first
year on the faculty.
She was formerly Dean of Women at
Harding College and is listed in "Who's
Who of American Women". She is the
author of "Ante-Over", a book of verse.
MR. RICHARD B. DIXON CB.A., M.A.D,
is an Assistant Professor of History, hav-
ing joined the faculty in 1953.
He serves on the scholarship and Bac-
calaureate-Commencement committees and
lends faculty leadership to Katalia and Kap-
pa Sigma fraternity. He is a member of
Phi Alpha Theta honorary history frater-
nity, the American Association of Univer-
sity Professors, Southern Historical Associa-
tion and Arkansas Historical Association.
MRS. MARY KATHERINE HARDIE
CB.A., M.A.D, is completing her second
year as a member of the LRU faculty. She
serves as an Instructor of Sociology.
Her degrees are from Centenary College
and Presbyterian School of Christian Edu-
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DR. DEE M. GREEN CB.A., M.A., Ed.D.D,
is serving as a Special Instructor in Psy-
chology. His degrees are from Harding Col-
lege, Peabody College and the University
He is listed in "Who's VVho in the
Southwest" and is a winner of the Bronze
Star. He is presently serving as counseling
psychologist with the Veterans Administra-
DR. CALVIN R. LEDBETTER, IR. CBA.,
LLB., Ph.D.D, an Associate Professor of
Political Science has been on the faculty
since 1960. He serves as advisor to the
Foreign Relations Club and Young Demo-
crats and is listed in A'Who's Who in the
South and Southwest".
Professional organizations include Amer-
ican Political Science Association, Arkansas
Historical Association, Arkansas and Amer-
ican. Bar Association.
MR. ROMAN J. MALACH CB.A., M.A.D,
came to LRU this year as an Assistant Pro-
fessor of History. He is a native of Austria
and attended III College of Lemberg and
the University of Lemberg.
He has previously served as principal
and superintendent of high schools and as
a college instructor and editor of the "Alas-
MR. ELMER C. STAHLKOPF CB.A.,
M.A.D, an Associate Professor of Political
Science, is completing this year 36 years
of teaching at LRU and its predecessor,
Little Rock Ir. College.
He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, Ar-
kansas Educational Association, Arkansas
Historical Association, Arkansas Teachers of
Economics and Business and Central Ar-
MR. DALE. ROREX CB.A., M.A.D, a Lec-
turer in History, is a cum laude graduate
of Little Rock University. He received the
M.A. from the University of the Americas.
He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta,
Sword and Shield, Arkansas Historical As-
sociation and Southern Historical Associa-
MRS. FRANCES R. ROSS CB.A., M.A.j,
is an Instructor of History who has been
teaching on the campus since 1963.
She is a member of Phi Alpha Theta,
likes to fish and take trips to the Near East.
Social Sciences Continued
DR. DAVID L. WOOD CB.A., M.A., Ph.
DJ, serves as Assistant Professor of Psy-
chology. This is his first year on the faculty,
having come here from the University of
Alabama where he was a graduate assistant.
He was an assistant professor at Mississippi
He supplies faculty leadership to the
Psychology Club and is a member of the
Southeastern Psychological Association.
MRS. ROSE A. BERRY CB.S.E., M.S.D, an
The Division of Teacher Education directs its ef- 5
forts toward producing quality teachers and is ably
meeting the ever-increasing demand for elementary and
secondary school teachers.
A major in the Division is offered in Elementary
Education, an area of concentration is offered in Sec-
ondary Education vvhich qualifies teachers for certif-
Included in the Division are the departments of
Physical Education and Library Science.
MR. CLEVE BRANSCUM CBS., M.Ed.D,
is an Instructor of Physical Education in
addition to serving as basketball coach and
Acting Director of Athletics. He is com-
pleting his third year on the faculty, having
received his degrees from LRU and the
University of Arkansas. He sponsors Sigma
DR. EVERETT L. EDMONDSON CB.S., M.S., Ph.D.D, is Chair-
man of the Division of Teacher Education and a Professor of Edu-
cation. He has served as Division Chairman since 1958.
He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa and is a charter member
of the Arizona Academy of Science. On campus he sponsors the
S.N.E.A. and serves on the following faculty committees: advisory
council, curriculum committee and steering committee for grad-
Listed in "Who's Who in Education", he is the author of several
publications on education and aeronautics.
Assistant Professor of Elementary Educa-
tion, has virtually completed all require-
ments for her doctorate, to be received from
the University of Arkansas.
She has served as state president of the
Association for Childhood Education, is
a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and is
listed in "Who's Who in Women Educa-
MR. MARLYNN C. HALLMAN CBS.,
MSQ, is an Instructor of Teacher Educa-
tion. He was previously superintendent of
public schools in Mount Clemens, Michi-
gan and is a member of the National Edu-
cation Association, American School Ad-
ministrators, Student National Education
Association and Association for Childhood
MRS. MARY DODGE HODGES CB.S.E..,
MSD, in addition to being a Special As-
sistant Professor in Teacher Education at
LRU, is principal of Meaclowcliff Elemen-
tary School. She is past president of the
South Central District of Elementary School
MRS. MURIEL M. LINDSAY CB.S.,
M.S.E.D, is an Assistant Professor of Phys-
ical Education Who joined the faculty this
fall. She was formerly on the faculty of
Little Rock Central High. Her degrees are
from Michigan State University and Arkan-
sas State Teachers College.
MR. NEWMAN E. MCGEE, JR., CB.S.D,
is an alumnus of Little Rock University
who is serving as a Special Instructor in
Physical Education. While in school he was
a member of the Lettermen's Club and
Physical Education Club.
He serves as coach for the Trojan base-
Teacher Education Continued
MISS SANDRA PITTS CB.S., M.L.S.D,
is an Instructor in Library Science in addi-
tion to serving as Assistant Librarian.
She has taught in high school and served
as librarian at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
MRS. BARBARA TAEGEL CB.S.E., M.S.D,
an Assistant Professor of Physical Educa-
tion is also LRU's Dean of Women. She
serves as Acting Head of the Physical Edu-
cation Department and gives leadership to
the Physical Education Club.
MR. JOHN TORBETT CB.S., M.Ed.D, is
a Special Instructor in Physical Education.
He attended Arkansas State Teachers
College, the College of the Ozarks and the
University of Arkansas and came to LRU
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Panheilenic delegate Patti Ann Carter serves as a guide when the
Arkansan at Large visited the campus.
The Panhellenic Council is the principal advisory and
governing board for the four national women's fraternities
on the LRU campus. The Council realizes its responsi-
bilities to the college campus as a social organization for
setting and maintaining high social standards in all stu-
dent relationshipsg moreover, encouragement of high scho
lasric achievement is part of Panhellenic Council's program.
President H., r,,,r.. Patti Ann Carter
Vice-President ,,,, Donna Munnerlyn
Secretary are .,,a,,..,,,, Jeri Fowler
Treasurer rw ,,,r --, Sherry Wilkins
First Row: Pam Jackson, Pat Huffsmith, Donna Munnerlyn, Sherry Wilkins. Second Row: Patti Ann Carter,
Jeri Fowler, Sarah Rhodes, Susan Seligman.
First Row: James Coker, Richard Ryker, Albert Johnson, Fletcher Lord, Tom Kennedy. Second Row Dean Corlev
Mike Moore, Danny Garner, Al White, Charles Bledsoe.
The function of the lnterfraternity Council is to estab-
lish and enforce rules and regulations for the four men's
fraternities, and to foster the utmost cooperation between
the fraternities and the school administration. In December,
the executive council attended the National lnterfraternity
Conference at Washington, D.C.
In March the IFC sponsored an all-fraternity dance. It
is hoped that in the future a full Creek-Week can be de-
veloped around the IFC dance. Croup discussion and pep
speeches from field secretaries and alumnae could help
solve many interfraternity problems on our campus.
President --- or Henry Keatts
Vice-President -C a-- Mike Moore
Secretary c,,- -,, James Coker
Treasurer M- -ri Richard Ryker
Sponsor he --- jerry Corley
President of the I.F.C., Henry Keatts confers with Dean Corley during
the Inferfraternity dance
Sara Lee Mixon
Mary Lou Lilly
Betty Nel Mason
Chi Omega Lodge
A whirl of activities and honors
Gamma Zeta chapter of Chi Omega was installed on the LRU campus
january 7, 1964. It was the 136th chapter of the fraternity, which was
founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas. Chi Omega's purposes have
been to strive to promote leadership, scholarship and an active participation
in campus activities.
Social events of the year began with the annual surprise breakfast for
pledges, pledge introduction tea, a Christmas brunch and open house for
fraternities, Thanksgiving and Christmas kindness in the form of a turkey
raffle and Christmas carols sung at the Ada Thompson Home, the Found-
ers' Day dinner, tea for Chi Omega alumnae and Mother's Club members,
the annual VVhite Symphony Dinner, presentation of the social civic award
and a sponsored dance to support the Trojans.
Donna Munnerlyn was the 1966 Homecoming Queen and was also
chosen second runner-up in the "Miss LP1U" Pageant. Selena Duncan was
selected "Miss Congeniality" in "Miss LRUH. Donna and Glenna Ander-
son Were cheerleaders. Margie Jernigan was elected sophomore women's
senator for the fall semester.
President u,,,..e-., Sara Lee Mixon
Vice President u,,,u, Judy Slaughter
Secretary rrrr, --- Susan Cobb
Treasurer --- ..e,re, Nancy Manes
President ..,,,u ,rw Linda lsenman
Vice President ,,,,, W, Ann jameson
Secretary ,.,,.,,, ., Rebecca Williams
Treasurer -rr aiu, Carol Parkin
Ann Jameson, vice president, Linda lsenman, president, Glenna Anderson.
Rush skits display dramatic talents of members of sororities.
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President ..,,.... ru- Sarah Rhodes
Vice President ..i, D-, Anne Taxter
Secretary at iiii ,V Susan Fields
Treasurer Di -..D Ara Burford
Founders' Day celebration
On May 4, 1963, Phi Chi was formally installed as a chapter of Delta
Delta Delta. Her members and pledges have worked hard since that time
and have seen Phi Chi succeed and live up to the high standards of the
Evidence of such hard work and dedication can be found throughout
the campus and community. ln campus activity Tri Delta was cofsponsor
of the Christmas Drive for gifts to soldiers in Viet Nam. ln the community,
it sponsored the Little Rock Junior Miss Pageant and took gifts and a skit to
a Cranite Mountain nursing home.
Chapter activities for the year have included the annual Cold and
White Ball at Christmas. Pledges entertained pledges of each fraternity on
campus with Christmas parties. For the third year Tri Delta won the Sigma
Nu Relays, thus gaining permanent possession of the trophy and the group
also won the second place trophy in the "Aulsing" for the second year.
Individual achievements were many and varied. Jerry Ann Atkinson,
Sue Shugart and Jeannie McPherson were cheerleaders with Jeannie being
cocaptain. Sue Marks and Jerry Ann Atkinson were members of the Home-
coming court. Anne Taxter and Nancy Cooper were in "VVho's Who".
Nancy also served as secretary of the Student Senate and president of Hood
and Tassel. Sydney Phillips served as Miss LRU. Several members were ac-
tive in Phi Theta Kappa and Sword and Shield.
Delta Delta Delta Officers: Sarah Rhodes, presidentg
Anne Taxter, vice presiclentg Ara Burford, treasurerg
Sherry Wilkins, secretary.
Ierry Ann Atkinson
Mary Ann Searcy
Grace Ann Howell
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Beauties in the campus spotlight
The 1965-66 school year provided a treasure chest to be opened only
with the golden key of Kappa Kappa Camma..A duo of awards have been
Kappa treasures for two consecutive years. Once again Kappa won the
coveted scholarship plaque and for the second year the Circle K "Aulsing"
first place trophy graced the KKC Lodge.
The highlight of the social calendar was the Valentine Formal held at
Little Rock Country Club. Alan Jameson was selected as Kappa Sweet-
heart for 1966.
As a service project Kappas stuffed envelopes for the Arthritis Foun-
dation of Pulaski County.
Leadership qualities were evidenced by Connie Wyrick, president of
Alpha Psi Omega, a member of Phi Theta Kappa and leading actress in
Theatre Cuild productions. Patti Ann Carter served as president of Pan-
hellenic.-Janinne Hoyt was president of A.C.E. and was first runner-up to
'Miss LRUD. Pam Jackson was named to "VVho7 s Who in American Col-
leges and Universities", was elected to Hood and Tassel and served as di-
rector of the "Miss LRU Pageantu. Jana Pettingill was named as a Phi Theta
Kappa member. Kathy Brown appeared in "Night Must Fall".
Kappa built and sponsored a float in the Arkansas Livestock Exposition
parade for Kay McPherson, "Miss Arkansas Valley".
Karen Sue Reeves presents a reading as Kappa's candidate
in the "Miss LRU" Pageant.
President ..a., ,,a.a, P am Jackson
Vice President -... Annette Williams
Secretary --, O ,aa Jana Pettingill
Treasurer ,ra caaa , , C. C. VVhite
President aaaac --- Patti Ann Carter
Vice President ,,,,r,, Mary K. Fultz
Secretary rc, ..,. Martha Myers
Treasurer .....a,,-v, Dianne Gamer
Kappa Officers: Jana Pettingill, secretary: C. G. White, treasurerg Annette
Williams, vice president and Pam Jackson, president.
A variety of interest for Kappa Sigma
OFFICERS Glorious old Kappa Sigma, your star and crescent has shone for the
Fall benefit of others. The 1965-66 school year was eventful in many ways.
Of the many activities and community projects participated in, the
President ..aa, ,aa. G eorge Harper March of Dimes, orphans' Christmas party and St. Ioseplfs Orphanage
I 1 Bill B 1 Easter Egg hunt were the most rewarding to members of the fraternity.
Vlce Pfesldenf "is 'sss' 1 Os ey Scholarship rates high among the men. The highest grade point among
Secretary -rv rrr, Russell Coltom men's fraternities was found in Kappa Sig for the fall semester.
L 7 B d The wild west and suppressed desire parties were highlights with un-
Treasurer """"d' " ' HU? ear en usual costumes and decorations. ln the spring social events turned more
Spring serious with the spring formal.
, The men of Theta Eta chapter are looking forward to the construc-
President - ,,,........ Larry Bearden . .
' tion of a new lodge this summer.
Vice President .... ---U lohn Earl Bob Dobson made a great name for himself and the University this
qecretaw Tommv Louks year by being named to honorable mention All-American in the N.A.l.A.
P ' ""' "" ' Basketball Association. Seaborn Bell served in the Student Senate as junior
Treasurer ,-- --. james Proctor meyfg Senator this year,
Excitement, tension and new pledges were the rule of the
Fletcher Lord greets new pledge Billy Tipton during fall rush. day.
President Larry Bearden shows rushees plans for
new 550,000 fraternity lodge.
Mary Anne Woods
Mary Jane Duncan
Jeri Haynie Fowler
Pi Beta Phi Lodge
Pi Phis are leaders in student government
Arkansas Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi, founded May 4, 1963, strives
to live up to the example set by its founders with their Pi Phi "firsts". Pi
Phi was the first organization of college women founded as a national
fraternity, the first to operate an alumnae department, the first to establish
an alumnae advisory committee for each chapter and the first to organize
a national altruistic project.
Activities for Pi Phi members have covered a varied field - surprise
breakfasts, pledge tea, fraternity pledge parties, trick or treating with
children of the Methodist Children's Home and a formal presentation ball
for the fall pledges at Little Rock Country Club.
Throughout the year Pi Phis have been honored for scholastic and
academic merit, leadership and beauty. A Pi Phi holds each of the Women's
Student Senate positions this year-Becky Trawick, freshman senator, Judy
Risinger, sophomore senator, Carolyn Shuffield, junior senator and Dana
I-lampel, senior senator. Dana i-lampel and Mary Anne Woods have been
selected for membership in "VVho's VVho in American Colleges and Uni-
versities" and were also members of Sword and Shield honor society and
Hood and Tassel women's honorary leadership society. Carol McLaughlin,
Ann Steward and Anne Thompson have served as Trojan cheerleaders
with Ann Steward serving as captain. Dolly Kyle was selected as the Ar-
kansas Fair Queen and will represent Arkansas in the "Miss U.S.A. Contest".
Pi Phi's Carolyn Shuffieid and Dana Hampel are active leaders
in student activmes, Here they are assisting in election Pi Phi Officers are Mary A ne Woods D a Hampel Gal Ran ter Sarah Wynn
campaigns' and Carol McLaughlin.
Pi Kappa Alpha Lodge
Men in the position of leadership
OFFICERS Pi Kappa Alpha began the 1965-66 school year as a chapter after hav-
ing been a colony for two years. Through active participation in campus
Fan activities, the men of Zeta Eta chapter have proven their sincere belief in
brotherhood and the need for campus leadership.
Prgsidem - ---- ------ Ken Oliver Pike had a well rounded year of activities beginning the year with the
"Playboy Party." The first "Roaring Twenties Party" proved to be the live-
Vicc President ----- - Tom Kennedl' liest dance of the year. The Dream Cirl Formal was held on April 7 and
Secretary nn- ---H Bill Thomas the first PiKA Dream Cirl was selected.
Chosen as sorority sponsors were Paul Hastings, Pi Beta Phi, Tom
Treasurer " - "" Ralph Anderson Kennedy, Kappa Kappa Cammag and A1 White, Delta Delta Delta.
D Jerry Rose and Rollo Ingram were elected President and Vice Presi-
Sprmg dent of the student body, respectively. Richard Harwell served as sophomore
, , class president. Bill Thomas was president of Katalia and Chemistr Club.
President ' -"""-" Charles Aldrich Henry Keatts served as president of lnterfraternity Council. Y
Vice President .,........ jim Watts Al H. White and Jerry Rose were named to Who's Who in American
Secretary -----nd Bin Thomas Colleges and Universities.
nu For the second consecutive year, Al H. White was editor of the TRO-
Tfeasufef - --- Ralph Anderson JAN, with Jim Watts as Assistant Editor. Wes Wimberly was Assistant Edi-
tor of the FORUM.
The highlight of the year came on March 4 when Pi Kappa Alpha ac-
quired a lodge at 5701 West 29th.
Ken Oliver and Jerry Rose tape PiKA signs on cars as they
Jim Watts seems more than pleased with new pledge Jim Munns. prepare for district convention trip.
President Bill Ryker briefs prospective members on history of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
SAES have Well-rounded year
The historic old Phi Alpha Beta, Little Rock University's oldest fra- OFFICERS
ternity, passed into history on October 9, 1965 when the fraternity was
officially chartered as Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Plans for extension to SAE Fall
had been three years in the making and it was a great day for the new Sig
Alphs. . .
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon has continued onward this semester in the same resl en 1 y er
tradition that was established as a colony. SAES hold several student offices ViCC PIGSidCHf feffff Charles Crider
ofn campus and all are active in other campus organizations. Founmembers Secretary W in W George Weber
of the chapter were privileged to attend the national SAE Leadership School
last summer in Evanston, lllinois. Treasurer ff f f -- .lee Bateman
SAE was the first fraternity on campus to maintain a lodge for various
activities and its members are expected to announce plans for a house in the SPTWZS
near future. . Y
These activities, coupled with their famous Old South Ball each April Presrderrr ef f AA f-fe George Weber
and various charitable functions make SAE one of the quality organizations Vice president 7 W f Don Teeple
on campus. I
The SAES now enter the 1966-67 academic year with even higher goals 5eerer3rY V -- ff --f B111 Helm
of achievement and judging frorn past experience, they should reach them. Treasurer David Cash
New pledge Terry Henson is welcomed into LRU's new chapter
of SAE. Bid day proves successful for local SAE's as they took number of pledges.
The annual Sigma Nu Relays create much enthusiasm and excitement each fall.
An outstanding year for Sigma u
Commander ,id it john Tuohey
Lt. Commander -ee in Bill Mooney
Recorder ,r.., We john Matsek
Treasurer oo,...m.W,e Alan jameson
Commander rr.,,o..- Danny Garner
Lt. Commander a.ee. Gray Dellinger
Recorder ..aa,..... Dicky McCown
Treasurer A-- ...., jim Adams
Welcoming ceremonies for new pledges.
1965-1966 was another spectacular year for the men of Sigma Nu. This
was the year that property was purchased and a lodge obtained. It was also a
year for outstanding achievements in the fields of intramurals, student gov-
ernment, scholastics and campus leadership.
Sigma Nus serving in the Student Senate were Danny Fowler, senior
class presidentg Roger Armbrust, senior men's senatorg james Coker, junior
class president, jim Goodwin, sophomore men's senator, Larry Talley,
freshman class president and Cray Dellinger, treasurer of the Senate.
Robert Baker was chief justice of the Constitutional Court and Danny
Garner served as a Constitutional Court member. Roger Armbrust, Robert
Baker and Danny Fowler were selected for "Whois Who in American Col-
leges and Universities". Roger was a member of the varsity Trojan basket-
ball team and Robert Baker was selected for Katalia. Paul Shellabarger was
elected president of both Phi Theta Kappa and Newman Club.
Sigma Nu took second place in the "Aulsing" and also won the 1965
intramural sweepstakes. It received the 1965 sportsmanship award and the
1966 attendance trophy in support of the Trojans.
Sigma Nus, aided by their own "cheerleader"
suppporf Troians all the way.
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First Row: Jerry Rose, Rollo Ingram, Nancy Cooper, Gray Del- Shuffield. Third Row: Larry Talley, Roger Armbrust, Richard
linger, Tommy Wahl. Second Row: Judy Risinger, Jim Good- Harwell, James Coker.
win, Mike Edelmann, Dana Hampel, Francisco Pomar, Carolyn
The legislative body of student government, the Stu-
dent Senate, is composed of seventeen elected representa-
tives. This yearis activities have included a Leadership
Training program, sponsorship of several all-school dances,
Homecoming, formulation of a Speaker Program for com-
munity organizations and the "Miss LRU Pageant". The
Student Senate works closely with Presidents' Council to
sponsor all-school events.
Roger Armbrust gives report during weekly Senate meeting.
All elections are supervised by the student senate and the Student Court.
The student senate meets each week in the T.V. Lounge at which time
all campus activities are discussed.
Through wind, rain and snow FORUM photographer Wayne Bolick could
be seen with his trusty camera. Then, back to the dark room.
Getting the paper to press sometimes re-
quires burning the midnight oil. Assistant
Editor Mike Campbell and Editor Bob Palmer
look as if they iust finished a very inter-
The aim of the FORUM is to give complete campus
coverage in addition to news of current events. The
FORUM is a bi-monthly publication containing eight
pages. For the second year, a literary edition was published
each semester. The purpose of this edition was to give all
students a chance to write poetry, prose or short stories.
It is the hope of the FORUM staff to present a paper
Well-rounded in all fields of interest. Students of the
journalism class serve as reporters, thus giving them prac-
tical experience in Writing assignments.
Bob Palmer served as editor this year. Wes Wimberly
was assistant editor first semester and Mike Campbell took
over the job second semester. Ronnie Cassaday was busi-
The FORUM staff for 1966: First Row: Olivia Filipek, Bob Palmer, Lane Larrieu. Second Row: Ronnie Cassaday, Nelson Bearden, Wes
VVimberly, Jim Vilatts, Alike Campbell.
Forum Staff of 1966
Business Manager Ronnie Cassaday prepares ads for the next issue of
First semester Assistant Editor Wes Wimberly types another humorous
story for inclusion.
The 1966 TROIAN is a student publication attempt-
ing to record the activities of the year.
Talent and creativity of LRU students are expressed
in the '66 TROIAN. Only through co-ordination and co-
operation can the seemingly insurmountable task of meet-
ing deadlines be conquered. However, we met few dead-
The staff soon began to feel like a part of the Uni-
versity and not just students. Who else could walk into a
classroom and say, "excuse me but we need a few pictures."
Regardless of what has been said or pictures published in
the '66 TROJAN, the staff says, "Here it is and we hope
you like it."
Mary K l'ultL secretary to the TROIAN Wayne Bolick, photographer to the TRO-IAN.
Al White and athletics editor Bob Eubanks busy themselves laying out
the athletics section.
Dorothy Claiborne worked many hours putting pictures in the correct
class section and then alphabetizing them.
Jim Watts served as assistant editor and as business manager.
Bill Thomas, student photographer.
First Row: Robert Baker, president, Fred Plunkett, secretary, Tim
Woods, treasurer, VVayne Bryant, master of ritualg Bill Orsburn,
Don Cold, Bill Tipton. Second Row: Ronnie Clayton, Ed
Garner, Russell Cotham, Ron Burke, A. C. Freeman, Skipper
Bosley, Tom Wahl. Third Row: Carl McDaniel, sponsor, David
Efuritl, john Elliott, David Spivey, James Butler, sponsorg Mike
Epsilon Psi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is a part of
the national professional business fraternity. The chapter
is concerned with scientific research in -the fields of com-
merce, accounting and finance.
Each March the local chapter sponsors its annual
"Career Day" at which time prominent businessmen in
the community discuss the fields of marketing, manage-
ment, finance and accounting and stress career opportun-
ities in Arkansas.
Alpha Kappa Psi members proudly display charter.
First Row: Connie Wyrick, presidentg Ann Croft, vice presidentg Bell. Second Row: Cliff I-Iaislip, sponsorg Jim Ralph, Richard-
Iimmy Buck, secretaryg Sydney Phillips, business managerg Linda Harwell, Chan Cunningham, Jerry Rose.
Alpha Psi mega
Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary dramatics fraternity
represented on more than 300 college campuses. Alpha
Psi Omega members are active in local community theatre
productions and several Eta Mu Chapter members from
LRU are currently on Broadway stages and in Hollywood.
Members are chosen by their acting or technical con-
tributions in a prescribed number of productions.
Sydney Phillips reads instructions to fellow Alpha Psi Omega members
as they work on set for theatre-in-the round.
First Row: Bonnie Shearer, presidentg Janinne Hoyt, vice presi- Odom, Sharyl Angell, Sharon Kemp, Sandra Angell, Mrs. Rose
dent, Pamela Ross, Rita james, G. G. VVhite, Bobby Theiring, Berry, sponsor.
Ann Taylor. Second Row: Carol Ford, Carmen Stover, Pitsee
Association for Childhood Education
The Association for Childhood Education is comprised
of prospective teachers whose common interest is the wel-
fare and education of high standards of preparation for
Each year the LRU chapter participates in the state
association workshops and conferences for childhood edu-
This year's special project was a "Trunk of Germany"
which contained articles from Germany and information
about the articles to be used by schools of the future and
will be housed by the "Childrens Museumv of the future.
Members of A.C.E. hear guest speaker Don Arick, Mitchell Elementary
First Row: Raymond Meador, president, Ben Landers, Marilyn Izard, Wes Johnson, Terry Jennings, Chan Cunningham, Den
Motley, secretary-treasurer, Pat Coon, Carolyn Olive, Linda Lee nis Todd, Delton Brown.
Longstreth, Mike Simpson Second Row: Kathy Layman, Mark
aptist Student nion
The Baptist Student Union is sponsored by the Bap-
tist churches in the greater Little Rock area. Meetings are ,,
held three times weekly with the Friday meetings combined
with a luncheon in the student center at 5515 West 32nd.
The basic objective of B.S.U. is to lead each person
of the academic community into a maturing Christian
fellowship with his fellow students.
B.S.U. members gather each Friday at noon for lunch and guest speakers.
Hugh Failing, Fifi Thomas, Andra Dillard, Rev. Jerry D. Orwell.
The Canterbury Club, through its weekly meetings,
ef eeeee presents programs for the Little Rock University students
interested in discussion, social activities and religious ex-
ercise. The club is under the sponsorship of the Episcopal
Church. All Episcopalians on campus are encouraged to
Reorganization of Canterbury Club brought weekly Thursday meetings.
gXnne Thompson, Sue Shugart. Jerry Ann Atkinson, Carol McLaughlin, Donna Munnerlyn, Glenna An-
The Trojan Cheerleaders are the driving spirit behind of try-outs. Eight girls are picked, depending upon their
our basketball team. appearance, personality and ability to promote enthusiasm
Selection of the cheerleaders is determined after a series at pep rallies and ball games.
Jeannie McPherson, co-captain Ann Steward, captain Cheerleaders closely follow each play.
First Row: Bill Thomas, presidentg Steve Mourning, Bonnie Livingston. Second Row: joe Semberski, Robert Berry, Erick
Enloe, secretary-treasurerg Connie Tippett, Sandra Page, Shirley Sherman, Rolzert Kennedy, Nlike Atkinson.
The Chemistry Club furthers interest in chemistry by
' field trips to local industrial plants and the members hear
many guest speakers.
The Club acts as host to local high school seniors in a
tour of the science department of Little Rock University.
Each year an award is given to the most outstanding
upper level student.
Chemistry classes are in process almost any hour of the day, even
though many students find time for extra research.
First Row' Tom Wahl president, Larry Stephens, Dennis win, Gray Dellinger, George Stevens, Gary Brinkley, Iohn
Dodd, Alan Faulkner, Bill Thomas, Don Gold. Second Rofw: Coburn, Charles Crider, Wayne Barker, jim Watts. Fourth
Seaborn Bell, james Coker, Bill Munn, Mike Emmel, Charles Row: Powell Kenny, Larry Bearden, Bill Toland, Gene Dor-
Bledsoe, Michael Riegler, David Cash. Third Row: Iim Good- man, Bill Vonsagen, Richard Harwell, Al White.
Circle K Club
The Circle K Club is a men's service organization spon-
sored by the Kiwanis International. Its aim is the influ-
encing of character through service to the University and
This year the club sponsored the second annual "Au-
lsingn in which a men's and women's first and second
place award was given.
Sigma Nus placed second in Circle K "Aulsing".
First Row: Matt Timm, presicientg Bill Hoff, vice presidentg Bill Mooney, Bill Baker, Iames Cooper, Phillip Curtis, Tom
Joyce Parks, secretaryg Linda Bell, Mike O'Malley. Second Row: Wahl.
Foreign Relations Council
The Foreign Relations Council serves to acquaint stu-
dents interested in international politics and current hap-
penings of world-wide importance.
A number of foreign dignitaries spoke to Little Rock
University students through the efforts of the club. The
Vietnam teach-in in February was the highlight of the year.
Council president Matt Timm presides at Viet Nam teach-in session
First Row: Nancy Cooper, presidentg Joyce Parks, vice presidentg Row: Mary Anne Woods, Mrs. Sue Pine, sponsorg Dana Ham
Miriam Kayser, secretary-treasurerg Martha Johnson. Second pel, Pam Jackson.
Hood and Tassel
Hood and Tassel was organized in the early spring of
1964 as the beginning of a new women's honorary leader-
Outstanding women students are tapped for member-
ship cluring the spring semester of their junior year. Ac-
tivities included sponsoring half-time entertainment for a
basketball game. Members also sponsored their annual
"Smarty Party" for freshmen women on the Dean's List,
and the selling of Trojan Booster ribbons at home basket-
Dean's List girls were guests of Hood and Tassel at annual "Smarty Party".
First Row: jerry Rose, Bill Thomas, Dr. W. I. Broach, Second Row: Matt Timm, Mr. Grover Andrews, Dean
Katalia, the men's honorary leadership organization was
established in the fall of 1964. Members of the group,
which also functions as a service organization, must meet
certain specified scholastic requirements.
' As Katalia president, Jerry Rose presides at Activities Assembly.
First Row: Sharyl Angell, presidentg Dolly Kyle, secretaryg Second Row, lo Ann Greene Carol Rothhammer Carol Ford
Francisco Pomar, Fay Moore, Mrs. Maryavis Parson, sponsor. Sandra Angell
La Sociedad Espanola
La Sociedad Espanola is open to all students in Span-
ish classes or to those who have studied Spanish. The
club is designed to promote interest in the people of South
and Central American countries, their languages and cus-
Members correspond with students in Spanish speak-
ing countries, hear language speakers give programs, and
observe special holidays with social gatherings. For the
past two years these students have participated in the
Spanish Club members are regular participants in "Aulsing", always
presenting unusual selections.
First Row: Richard Bell, presidentg Ron Burke, Ginny Gunn, sorg Pam Armstrong, David Grubbs, Iohn Elliott, Fred Plunkett.
Tom Wahlg Wayne Bryant Second Row: Carl McDaniel, spon-
Basic purpose of the LRU Marketing Club is to bridge
the gap between theory and practice through association
with prominent business leaders in the the community.
Members also take guided tours of local businesses.
Campus faculty sponsors for the organizations are Carl
McDaniel and Gene McCoy.
l Guest speaker Don Francis gives club members marketing tips.
First Row: Paul Shellabarger, Frances DeGasse, Kathy Dailey, Third Row: Father Drane, Larry Stephens, Nelson Bearden,
Patsy Robertson, Anita Murdaugh, Olivia Filipek. Second Row: John Pauquette, Dennis Althoff, Sheila Atwood, Mary Cassidy.
Martha Taylor, Paul Hastings, Dana Hampel, Barbara Franke, Fourtlfz Row: Karl Stutsman, Bill Hoff, Bruce Buell, Catherine
Diane Atkinson, Iimmy Morgan, Thomas Brock, Charles Volpert. Drilling.
The Newman Club is an organization designed to guide
Catholic students in developing their faith. 'aft
Weekly meetings are held to help unite Roman Catholic
students into a common fellowship that will foster spiritual
and intellectual growth.
The Newman Club was instrumental in the "Forum of Ideas" which pre-
sented such lecturers as Wilfred Desan, shown here.
Jim Munns, Pete Cooper, Becky Simpson, Diane Woolard, Ronnie Ballard.
The Little Rock University Student Organ Guild is
one of the newest organizations on campus. The chapter
received its charter in Gctober, 1965 and is associated with
the "American Guild of Organistsu.
This group of sincere organists is striving to advance
the appreciation of religious music, to elevate the status
of church musicians and to raise the standards of efficiency
of organists and choirmasters.
Members of the Guild gather around the organ as Jim Munns and Diane
Woolard prepare to practice.
First Row: Matt Timm. Second Row: Billy Mooney, Mary Anne Mr. Dale Rorex, Mr. Richard Dixon, Mrs. Iohnye Mathews
Woods. Third Row: Dr. I-larold VVoolard, Dr. Calvin Ledhetter, Mrs. Frances Ross.
Phi Alpha Theta
The Iota Zeta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was or-
ganized at Little Rock University in 1963.
An honorary history society, the organization recognizes
students and faculty who have manifested special interest
in the study of history at distinguished institutions of high-
A mutual interest in history brings these Phi Alpha Theta members, Mary
Anne Woods and Bill Mooney together on campus.
First Row: Ronnie Burke, presidentg Tom Wahl, vice president, Second Row: Mary K. Fl1lfZ, Miriam KHYSCF, JOYCE Pa1'kSy Pam
Ginny Gunn, secretary: Pat Hilton, publicity, Kathy Dailey, Armstrong, VVayne Bryant, Myra Henry, Iudy Bonnin.
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Students interested in careers in business and business
, education are active participants in Phi Beta Lambda.
The Little Rock University chapter attends the annual
Arkansas convention with entries in different divisions.
tages of business opportunities in Arkansas.
Business students are Phi Beta Lambda participants.
Several special guest speakers lectured on the advan-
First Row: Iana Pettingill, Connie Wyrick, Sharyl Angell. Second Rouzg
mer, Sara Jane Wynn,
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Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa national honor society is composed
of members from the upper ten per cent of the freshman
and sophomore classes.
Each fall the group undertakes as its primary project
the publication of the student directory. ln the spring
semester activities center around coordination of the Hon-
ors Night program with Sword and Shield honor society.
Publishing student directory is yearly proiect of Phi Theta Kappa.
First Row: Carol McLaughlin, president: Marolee Grahiel, Kathy Tom Louks, Richard Green, Sarah Rhodes, Carol Rothhammer,
Doup, Linda Martin, Ann Steward, Shirley Livingston, Nancy Shirley Etien. Tlfzird Row: Bob Dobson, Thelma Dunbar, Gene
Passini. Second Row: Bill Munn, Iames Coker, Larry Bearden, Dorman, Roger Armbrust, Marshall Davis.
Physical Education Club
The Physical Education Club is open to all students
majoring in physical education. The club's chief objective
is to instill a greater interest and broaden the students'
knowledge of the different areas of physical education.
The club promoted a fencing clinic in the fall, hop-
ing to create a greater interest in the sport.
First Row: Carol McLaughlin, Tom Kennedy, Tom Wahl, vice Bill Thomas, Sarah Rhodes, Danny Garner, Paul Shellabarger
president, Jerry Rose, president, Sandra Angell, Ann Jameson, Bill Hoff, Joyce Parks, Sharyl Angell, Nancy Passini, Jim Ralph
Connie Wyrick. Second Row: Martha Johnson, Phillip Curtis,
The purpose of the Presidents' Council is to establish
a body to integrate the ideas and activities of individual f '
clubs and organizations into a system of campus-wide com-
munications and cooperation. It assists the Student Senate
by actively supporting the activities proposed and financed
by the Senate.
This year the eighteen active clubs on the Council
have assisted with Freshman Orientation, the November
Dance, gifts for Vietnam and "Miss Little Rock Univer-
Jerry Rose does good Iob of selling Turtles tickets, only to have to buy
them back when vhey didn't show.
First Row: Susan Fields, Sandra Angell, president, Pitsee Odom, Carol Rothhammer, Sharyl Angell, Sharon Kemp, Bonnie
secretary, Rita James, vice presidentg Pamela Ross, G. G. White, Shearer, Mrs. Rose Berry, sponsor, Miriam Kayser, Clear Mc-
Bobby Theiring, Ann Taylor, Ianinne Hoyt, jane Finger. Second Clean.
Row: Mary K. Fultz, Ann Jameson, Carol Ford, Carmen Stover,
Student ational Education Association
The Student National Education Association is the col-
lege branch of the National Education Association. The
organization aims to elevate the character and advance the
interest of the teaching profession.
Education majors and minors and future college in-
structors are eligible for membership in S.N.E.A.
Guest speakers are a vital part of the S.N.E.A. noon-day programs.
First Row: Dana Hampel, Mary Anne Woods, vice presidentg dentg Robert Baker, Wayne Bryant, Joyce Parks Bonnie Shear
Martha Johnson, secretaryg Ierry Rose, Miriam Kayser, Carolyn er, Carol Ford, Nancy Cooper.
Curry, Mary Dickson. Second Row: Dr. Bedford Hadley, presi-
Sword and Shield
Sword and Shield is an honor society Whose purpose is
to recognize those students of the junior and senior classes
who have shown academic superiority and leadership.
It was organized on the campus in 1961. Special ac-
tivities include a spring banquet during "Sword and Shield
Week" and responsibility along with Phi Theta Kappa
for the Honors Night program each year.
Student president, Mary Anne Woods is installed at Honors Night program.
First Row: Van Vaness, Richard Purifoy, Linda Chakales, Joni ley Graham, Jerry Raines, Earnie Pollock, Randy Herlocker,
Phillips, Linda Crow, Linda Martin. Second Row: Richard james Zini, Mike Armbrust, David Moore, Carroll Powell.
Swartz, David Savage, Donna Needham, Billy Dixon, Don Carr, Fourth Row: Mr. Don Kramer, directory Charles Sterling, Don
Brice Wingfield, Garry Harris, Betty Treisback, Donna Gillespie, VVhitten, Carl Smith, Roger Armstrong.
Mike Terry. Third Row: Chuck Dorman, Valerie Morris, Shir-
Throughout the second year of its existence, the LRU
Band has steadily improved its growth in quality and serv-
ices to the University. The membership of the band rep-
resents students majoring in many fields, including instru-
mental music education. The band has presented several
concerts in the public schools of the Little Rock area as
well as the concerts presented on campus. The activities
in instrumental music have not been solely confined to the
regular semesters of the school year, but also extend into
the summer sessions. The summer session band presents
several outdoor concerts on the campus and has attracted
audiences of hundreds.
The direction of the band is under Mr. Donald Kramer,
who predicts a bright future for instrumental music ac-
tivities at Little Rock University.
Band student gets in some practice on his tuba for forthcoming class
First Row: Gloria Tully, Andra Dillard, Cynthia Lowrey, Kath-
erine Brown, Janice Paul, Ann Croft, Diane Woolard, Nancy
Gates, Bonnie Reid, Becky Simpson. Second Row: Anita Klu-
glose, Mary Mitchell, Joan Davis, Harriet Sandace, Katrina
Orto. Dolly Kyle, Virginia Fabrycky, Gracetta Thompson, Kay
Graham, Charlotte Sparrow, Linda Parker, Edith Davis. Third
Row: Phylis Gilzow, ,Vicki Thomas, Donna Needham, Phyllis
Richter, Kay McCracken, Marilyn Williams, Elizabeth Berg,
Wilhelmina Howard, Linda Longstreth, Linda Sumrall, Irene
Lenderman, Julia Maglothin, Rebecca Green. Fourth Row: Jim
Munns, Dennis Powers, Clayborn Thrower, James Zini, James
Bull, Roger Armstrong, Richard Harwell, Larry Bearden, Jim
Linsley, Pat Batchelor, Earnie Pollock, Ronnie Yarbrough. Fifth
Row: Don VVilson, Carl Smith, Don Mclsendon, David Brod-
nax, Ronnie Ballard, Pete Cooper, Wesley Perry, Dan Nix,
Phillip Stagg, Barry Brazil, Jerry Bennett, John Coburn, Arnold
Haldorsen, Johnny James, Joe Reagan, Jim Blythe, Sandy Haley.
The University Choir is an organization composed of
students from all academic departments and is open to all
students interested in learning and performing fine choral
This year the seventy member group gave its annual
Christmas concert for the student body and a city-wide
television audience. The Choir performs many times dur-
ing the year for various conventions and civic groups
throughout the city.
During the fall semester the Choir traveled to Mem-
phis where it participated in the "Mid-South Youth"
For ihe first time the Choir televised its Christmas Concert. Here KTHV
cameraman gets a shot of audience.
First Row: lim Ralph, presidentg Linda Dew, vice presidentg Lee Suggett, Sydney Phillips, Chan Cummingham, Iim Morgan.
Anita Mizell, secretary, julie Boyd, Ann Croft, Linda Bell. Third Row: Cliff Haislip, jimmy Buck, Richard Harwell, Bllly
Second Row: Pat Haney, Pat Coon, Connie Wyrick, Dottie Ferguson, Bob Howland.
niversity Theatre Guild
The University Theatre Guild is composed of all stu-
dents active in dramatic productions. Although the organ-
ization does not hold regularly scheduled meetings, it is
solely responsible for the four plays presented at LRU
during each school year.
Climax of the theatre season is the Awards Banquet,
held after the fourth production, at which time awards are
presented to deserving Guild members for the year's work.
Sydney Phillips and Richard Harwell master the Scottish dance of the
wedding festival in Theatre Guild's production of "Brigadoon".
First Row: Nancy Passini, presidentg Shirley Etien, vice presi- lyn Shuffield, Judy Risinger. Second Row: Ann Hutton, Maro-
dentg Carol McLaughlin, secretaryg Fay Moore, publicityg Caro- lee Grabiel, Sharyl Angell, Ann Stewart, Susan Stiles.
Women's Recreation Association
All women on the campus are eligible for member-
ship in the Women's Recreation Association. The group
aids the membership in pursuing enjoyable recreational
activities and competitive sports.
Toumaments and individual competition in volleyball,
ping pong and badminton are among the activities spon-
sored by this organization.
Patti Ann Carter makes a spectacular play as she heaves the ball over
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The Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics has
a two-fold objective: to provide a foundation of informa-
tion and guidance for a student's development of the atti-
tudes and skills necessary in meeting the demands of
modern living and to provide more advanced training for
the student pursuing a career in science.
Majors and minors are offered in chemistry, mathe-
matics and physics in addition to courses in engineering
and an inter-divisional major in natural science.
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Mr. Fulmer faces skeptical mathematician. Engineering students enioy their work.
Calculus brings forth varied responses. New math has invaded the college scene
A basic understanding of the business world for all
students, a professional education for men and women
seeking careers in business and government service and
preparation for those who would pursue graduate study-
these are the aims of the Division of Business and Eco-
Located in the business and industrial center of the
state, LRU offers many opportunities to students in this
Division. Majors are available in economics, finance, busi-
ness administration, business education, accounting, man-
agement, marketing and secretarial science.
Accounting students listen intently to Mr. White.
Business machine course is a popular one. ul Can aPPf0Ve one of fhese Wlfh mY GYGS Closed"-
Business courses are definitely not limited to the male species. Mr. Hardy livens lectures with gestures
Shorthand appeals to prospective secretaries.
Dr. Warmack directs choir members during class meeting.
The Fine Arts Division has seen the realization of a
long awaited desire this year with the construction of a
music rehearsal hall and the nearing completion of the new
Fine Arts-Classroom Building.
Within the Division are the departments of art, drama
The Arts and Letters Society presented an art exhibit
in the Student Union in which all colleges in the state
were invited to participate. Barbara Williamson was first
place winner and will represent the Society in national
The Drama Department presented four outstanding
plays, all theatre-in-the round productions. LRU's band
and choir traveled widely, presenting programs at high
schools and civic clubs throughout the state.
LRU Art Department is widely acclaimed.
A first this year-a taped Christmas concert shown on local television
Theatre Guild production of "Becket" was
First place winner Barbara Williamson
proudly stands before her painting with
Mrs. McGillicuddy, Mrs. Kelly and her
art teacher, Mrs. Rogers,
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Colorful costumes and entertaining musical renditions sparked "Briga
Troian Band members are always on hand for campus events-here they
play for cornerstone laying of new building.
Mrs. Donald explains the theory of Plato's Cave during world master-
pieces class. '
Mary Ann Searcy presents her speech in Miss Lockard's freshman speech
Courses in the Division of Humanities guide the stu-
dent's learning into broad fields of knowledge. English,
French, Spanish and speech and hearing therapy majors
are offered in addition to the inter-divisional majors in hu-
manities and speech-drama available as a joint program
with the Division of Fine Arts.
Students of the Speech Department participated in the
state speech festival along with other competitions. Speech
and hearing therapy classes made field trips to a special
class at Henderson Ir. High and the Childrens' Conva-
lescent Center. La Sociedad Espanola proved interesting to
Spanish students and some students from this Division are
to accompany Miss Colaianni, Instructor of French, on a
six Week study program to France this summer.
Little details not published can change an entire story. ln short stories
class, Mrs. Donald is the one who knows most of those details.
Mrs. Keys' short stories class is one of the most interesting on campus.
The students soon feel like part of the class and not just a desk filler
when allowed to express their views.
Mrs. Mathews is able to expound on any subiect from freshman Eng-
lish to Shakespeare.
The language lab, located in the basement of the library, is quite busy.
Interest in foreign languages is beginning to put added pressure on
Test tubes prove intriguing to these biology students.
The Division of Biological Sciences endeavors to prnr
vide basic information necessary to the understanding of
everyday problems related to the life sciences. In addition,
it further prepares those who seek careers in biology or al-
Included in the Division are the departments of biol-
ogy, medical technology and nursing education of LRU.
The pre-dentistry and pre-medicine curricula are other
offerings of the Division as well as certain courses in other
pre-professional concentrations of biology such as pharmacy,
veterinary medicine, optometry, forestry and wildlife man-
Wellequipped laboratories offer fine facilities in biologic-al sciences. Q-Students rely heavily on trusty miscroscopes.
Biological Sciences Continued
Science Lecture Hall receives maximum use. Exam time produces mixed emotions.
Arrangement and selection of courses in the depart-
ments of the Social Sciences Division have been organized
with two aims in view: to offer fundamental knowledge in
a varied selection of courses, enabling students to adjust
properly to modern social living and to provide courses in
each department suitable for those students who intend to
pursue graduate studies in the social sciences.
The Division offers majors in history, political science,
psychology, sociology and anthropolgy and an inter-divi-
sional combined major-minor in social sciences.
Nothing escapes the watchful eyes of Mr. Dixon.
Oral reports offer variety to classroom sessions. Political science can be perplexing.
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Student in glasses doesn't subscribe to Dr. Ledbetter's theory it seems. Dr. Hadley in examination position
Mr. Stahlkopf explains Civil War progress.
The Division of Teacher Education prepares qualified
teachers for both elementary and secondary positions.
Through the completion of selected subject matter, study
and professional training, students may receive full teacher
A major is offered in elementary education. To teach
in secondary schools a major-minor sequence in one or more
teaching areas is advisable. Also in this Division is the phys-
ical education department, preparing the student for teach-
ing, coaching and recreational leadership.
Library Science sfudenis study maximum use of facilities.
They'g-3 off, Dr. Edmondson has personal exoeriences to offer to prospective teachers
Valuable insight is gained through practice teaching experience.
Physical education class activity could prove a little hard on ankles. Reaction to returned papers varies
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Seven hundred seventy-seven freshmen made their in-
itial appearance at Little Rock University to begin what to
them seemed to be an unending career of college.
They were greeted promptly by orientation and regis-
tration but at the same time, made to feel welcome by
upper class students and faculty members. They no longer
feel lost or out of place, having fully adjusted to college
life and are looking forward to becoming sophisticated
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fact that she cannot take "Vertebrate Histology 441."
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Billy Jack Farmer
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Johnnie Lee Huff
Jose h Jones
La lgonna Jones
Larry L. Jones
John Leland Keady
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Iohn G. McCoy
Tom F. McCoy
George Major, Ir.
Chi Omega Julie Whittle was slowed
down by a broken leg but it would take
more than' that to keep her away from
fall rush parties.
Francis L. Miller
Karen Lee Miller
Gary L. Moore
Thomas J. Morris
W. Q. Morrison
Sammie Jo Mourot
Linda Kay Myers
Dan A. Nix
Tommy G. Pace
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james E. Robertson
john T. Rogers
Lou Ellen Rowlett
Carl J. Ryals
Mary Lou Sampson
joe S. Saunders
Morgan Sawyer, II
Iohn Sheffield, Ir.
Leroy Short, Ir.
Bobbie Sue Smith
Larry D. Smith
Leslie L. Smith
Mary K. Smith
Thomas S encefr
Ben Spiclges, Jr.
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From an intramural field, to consrrucfion
site, to new building, with lots of odd
things piled everywhere.
Thomas Sta gs
james M. Stanley
Karl Stutsman, Jr.
Dottie Lee Suggett
R. G. Tanner
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Mary Kay Wilson
Susan Kay Wilson
Dola M. Young
Tom E. Zalcrzewski
On becoming sophomores, the Class of 1968 had truly
found its place in the framework of LRU.
Many class members now held positions of importance
and leadership in campus organizations and those who had
been pledges of Greek groups in their freshman year were
now initiated members. Academic excellence was more
prevalent this year.
Everything seemed to be going their way and the only
way to go was up.
Mixed emotions were the thing of the
day as Buz Johnson tries to arouse en-
thusiasm of Carol McLaughlin.
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Gary Brink ey
Campaign speeches usually draw large
numbers of students into the Union. Some
speeches are long, some short, and all
tell the story of, "How Great l am."
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Henry N auiluer
Greg Nedel os
As work on the new Fine Arts building
continues, all sorts of things can be found
lying around the sife.
Floyd Overton, jr.
Ruth Ann Parham
John R. Paulette
Wanda Sue Paxson
W. C. Pepper
joe D. Ramer
John W. Rogers
R. E. Robers
A. E. Scruggs
Millard Lee Smith
Jack Spurr .
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Picture taking kept a steady record-b-reak-
ing pace even after Hurricane Betsy passed
through on Friday afternoon.
Coming into the home stretch, the juniors bore down
with determination to reach their senior year and their
goals of the future. They felt some amount of pride in
their persistence and accomplishments to date, but did not
rest on their laurels.
They were real leaders on the campus, preparing them-
selves for the role of dignified seniors come next fall.
Pi Phi Becky Harrison looks as if she
really .enioys the role of hostess at tea
given for all sorority pledges.
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Nancy Kay Biery
Carol Ann Bums
Betty C. Dempsey
Student I.D. cards and pictures were new
to students this year. As can be expected
most pictures looked as if the student had
spent most of the day registering.
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Sarah Beth Martin
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and skit rel'1earsal,.1he big day comes.,
Members as well as rushees seem pleased.
Lou Ella Smith
Robert Stainton, Ir.
John B. Tower
Donald White Jr.
G. G. White
Mary Ellen White
Jo Beth VVhitley
Sue Ann Workman
Editor AI White helps unsuspecting stu-
dent dress for Troiian picture. If only
he knew the type firm from which the
suit was borrowed.
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The Class of 1966 came into being just four short years
ago. Although this period now seems brief, the time has
been filled with a wealth of learning in the field of educa-
tion and the even broader school of life.
These Seniors have been a part of a tremendous growth
and have been privileged to watch their University sky-
rocket to an enrollment of nearly 3200 from a population
of 1780 when they enrolled as freshmen.
Activities and participation have been great within this
group. Now to their life at Little Rock University there
only remains Commencement and the fulfillment of a pri-
mary goal. The future belongs to them.
These happy faces will fade with hours
of standing in line, classes closing, P.E.
stamps and tuition.
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Commencement, the one day
looked 'forward to for four
long years which suddenly
seem to have passed overnight.
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Jo JEAN DAVIS
CAROL JEAN DEBOASE
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JERRELL HOLLOW AY
LESLIE A. HOWITT
DONALD B. HURST
Physical Ed.-Business Ad.
Baske'baIl games presented an
opportunity for display of uni-
que noise makers.
JOSEPH KILPATRICK JR
T ED LANCASTER
A. J. LINDSEY
Air Force art exhibit brought
admiring glances from Mrs.
Rogers and prospective painters.
SARAH LEE MIXON
ROSE ANN MOONNEY
PERRY ANN OWEN
RON NIE PAN KY
Sec. Science-Pol. Science
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MARY ANNE WOODS
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PAUL RUSSELL WOODS
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rehearsal in preparation for T,V.
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L ' ll ' clusion of strike and favorable weather conditions.
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their companion observes the events of the day.
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just interested in keeping abreast of the times comprise this
group of special students.
Some are doing additional work in their major field,
others are widening their horizon by pursuing an unrelated
area while others are striving for self improvement by en-
rolling in a class such as rapid reading, speech or perhaps
a foreign language or business skill course.
All are a part of the Little Bock University family.
Pike brothers visit with Arkan-
san-at-Large who just happens
to be a member of Pi Kappa
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Gerald S. Allen
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Maude L. Bowman
John Elms, Ir.
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AIRHART, ARA ANN - Biologys Wesley Foundation, SNEA.
ARMBRUST, ROGER - Business Administration, Sigma Nu,
Trojan Basketball Team, FORUM, Newman Club, Student Sen-
ate, "VVho's Who in American Colleges 8: Universities", 1965-66.
BAKER, ROBERT F., JR. - Economics, Sigma Nu, Board of
Governors, Model Pledge, Lt. Commander, Pledge Instructor, Ka-
talia, Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Constitutional Court Chief Jus-
tice, Presidents' Council, Young Republicans, "Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities, 1965-66, Sword and Shield,
Dick Neal Scholarship.
BAKER, WILLIAM R. - Political Science, Circle K, Foreign Re-
lations Club, Young Republicans, President of Independent Or-
BANGERT, M. GAYLE - Accounting, Young Republicans, Dean's
BEARDEN, LARRY - Political Science, Kappa Sigma, President,
Vice-President, Treasurer, Circle K, Presidents' Council, Foreign
Relations Club, Young Democrats, Physical Education Club.
BELL, LINDA - History-English, University Theatre Guild, Young
Democrats, Foreign Relations Club, Dean's List, Alpha Psi Omega,
BELL, RICHARD - Marketing, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Board of
Governors, Pledge Trainer, Young Democrats, Circle K, Presidents'
Council, Marketing Club, President.
BERGER, PAT KNIGHT - Social Science, Art Club, La Sociedad
Espanola, SNEA, Psychology Club, Marketing Club, Phi Theta
BERRY, DOROTHY - Spanish, Sword and Shield, Spanish Club.
BERRY, OGDEN - Economics, Sigma Nu, Young Republicans.
BEVILL, BRUCE A. - Biology, Sword and Shield, Young Re-
BRANCH, WILLIAM - Biology, Pi Kappa Alpha, American
BREIT, BARBARA - Art Education, Chi Omega.
BRESSINCK, RENIE - Biology, Sigma Nu, Chemistry Club,
Radio Club, Newman Club, Biology Club, Young Democrats, Sen-
ior Menls Senator, Biology Lab Instructor.
BRIDGES, MARY ALYCE - History, Beta Chi, Young Demo-
crats, TROJAN Staff, SNEA, B.S.U., March of Dimes Commit-
tee, Administrative Staff, Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship.
BRYANT, WAYNE EDMOND - Accounting, Phi Theta Kappa,
Alpha Kappa Psi, Master of Rituals, Phi Beta Lambda, Sword and
BURKE, R. RONALD - Marketing, Young Republicans, Vice
President, President, Treasurer, Phi Beta Lambda, Vice President,
President, Circle K, Marketing Club, Alpha Kappa Psi.
CHOTKOWSKI, MARCEL - Physics, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
CLAIBORNE, DOROTHY M. - Art, Art Club Vice President,
Social Chairman, Exhibits Chairman, ACE, SNEA Representative,
Dean's List, Wesley Foundation, Art Achievement Award.
COOK, LINDA CELARIER - History, Dean's List, SNEA.
COOPER, JAMES RICKS - Political Science-History, Foreign
Relations Club, Young Democrats, Independent Organization.
COOPER, NANCY VIRGINIA - Speech-Drama, Delta Delta
Delta, Rush Chairman, President, Social Chairman, Convention
Page, Student Senate, Secretary, FORUM Staff, Society Editor,
Alpha Psi Omega, Sword and Shield, Co-Chairman, Miss LRU,
University Theatre Guild, Secretary, Debate Team, Delegate to
University of Texas Model United Nations, "Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities" 1964-65, 1965-66, Leadership
Training, Committee Head, U.T.G. Awards, 1964-65, State and
Regional Speech Festival Awards, Hood and Tassel, Vice Presi-
CRAWFORD, SUSAN HORTON - History, Wesley Founda-
tion, Sword and Shield, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Chi
Omega History Award, SNEA.
CRIDER, CHARLES CARROLL - Biology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Wesley Foundation, SNEA, Biology Club, Dean's List, Psychology
Club, Circle K, Young Democrats, Secretary, Presidents' Council,
Social Chairman, Eminent Treasurer, Eminent Deputy Archon of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
CROFT, ANN - Music Education, Pi Beta Phi, Music Chair-
man, Corresponding Secretary, University Choir, Council, Univer-
sity Theatre Guild, Wesley Foundation, Council, Miss LRU Pag-
eant, 1963,1965, i'Miss Congeniality", Alpha Psi Omega, Vice
President, Phi Theta Kappa.
DANIEL, ELEANOR - Element Ed t' , A1 h P ' O -
ACE, SNEA, Young Republicans,arS7ecrei:i'iy.1On P a S1 mega,
DAVIS, ALBERT - Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi.
FABRYCKY, VIRGINIA - Speech and Hearing Therapy-Sociol-
ogy, Phi Theta Kappa, Chemistry Club, LRU Choir, Foreign Re-
lations Club, Sword and Shield.
FARQUHARSON, WILLIE - Business Education, Phi Beta
Lambda, Treasurer, SNEA, Young Democrats, Dean's List, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Sponsor.
FORD, GENNY - Music, Stella and George Smith Scholarship-
Voice, Outstanding Music Major, Outstanding Female Choir Mem-
ber, French Club, Winner of Vocal Division of National Federa-
tion of Music Clubs Student Contest, TROLJAN Beauty, LRU
Choir, Secretary and Member-at-Large.
FOINLER, DAN J. - Finance, Sigma Nu, President, Vice Presi-
dent, Freshmen Class President, Young Democrats, Foreign Rela-
tions Club, Debate Team, Junior Men's Senator, Senior Class
Pggsgdfegit, UWho's Who in American Colleges and Universities"
FREASIER, BEN P. JR. - Biology, Sigma Nu, Charter Member,
Young Republicans, Biology Club, Chemistry Club.
GRADY, SUSAN BOOTH - Elementary Education, Delta Delta
Delta, Chaplain, Scholarship Chairman, Sponsor Chairman, French
Club, Cheerleader, Co-Captain, ACE, Treasurer, SNEA.
GREGORY, TAYLOR - Biology, Chemistry Club.
HAMPEL, DANA - Sociology, Pi Beta Phi Treasurer, Pledge
Trainer, Vice President, Sigma Tau Lambda, Women's Recreation
Association, Spanish Club, Newman Club, Secretary, Psychology
Club, TROJAN Beauty Candidate, Hood and Tassel, Senior Wom-
en's Senator, "Whos VVho in American Colleges and Univer-
HENDERSON, HAROLD - Psychology- Sociology, Pi Kappa
Alpha, President, Rush Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Circle
K, Vice President, Katalia, Varsity Baseball, Letterman's Club,
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," 1964-65,
Psychology Club, President.
HILL, RICHARD - Psychology, Foreign Relations Club, Glee
Club, Young Republicans.
HOWELL, BILL - History, Pi Kappa Alpha, Newman Club,
HOWITT, LESLIE - Biology, Divers Club.
HURST, DON - Physical Education, TROJAN Basketball, Kappa
Sigma, Grand Treasurer, Grand Procurator.
JACOBS, LAURA - Social Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Reg-
istrar, Phi Beta Lambda, LRU Choir, Psychology Club, Baptist
JAMES, CHARLES E. - Business Administration, Sigma Nu,
JOHNSON, MARTHA - Sociology, Phi Theta Kappa, Vice Presi-
dent, Chemistry Club, Wesley Foundation, Treasurer, President,
Sword and Shield, Secretary, Hood and Tassel, Psychology Club,
Dick Neal Scholarship.
JOHNSON, WES - Marketing, Marketing Club, Alpha Kappa
Psi, Circle K, Baptist Student Union, Vice President.
JUNKIN, CAROLYN - Elementary Education, SNEA.
KAYSER, MIRIAM JEANNE - Business Education, Phi Beta
Lambda, Secretary, President, State Secretary, Miss Future Busi-
ness Teacher, National Convention Voting Delegate, Phi Theta
Kappa, W.R.A., Young Democrats, Foreign Relations Club, TRO-
JAN Staff, Leadership Training Program, Speaker, Hood and Tas-
sel, Secretary-Treasurer, SNEA, Sword and Shield, "Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities," 1964-65, 1965-66, Student
Union Board, Chairman, Secretary, Delegate to the University of
Texas Leadership Conference.
KEATTS, HENRY C. - Biology, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Vice
President, Chemistry Club, Young Democrats, Interfraternity Coun-
cil, Secretary, President, President's Council, Dean's List.
KENNEDY, THOMAS ANTHONY - Biology-Psychology, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, Vice President, Executive Board,
Circule K, Treasurer, Delegate to International Convention, Bap-
tist Student Union, President's Council, Psychology Club, Biology
Club, TROJAN Staff.
KINNEY, DICK C. - Business, Young Democrats.
LANCASTER, TED - Biology, Phi Alpha Beta, Biology Club,
LARIBE, JACK - Biology, Phi Alpha Beta, Rush Chairman,
FORUM Staff, Young Democrats, Quiendecium, Treasurer.
LARRIEU, LANE M. -- Biology, Foreign Relations Club, Vice
President, Young Democrats, Pulaski County Young Democrats,
Chemistry Club, President, Chess Club, President, Biology Club,
Vice President, Purple Skull Award of Chemistry Club.
LEE, CAROLYN - Business Education, ACE, Phi Beta Lambda.
LOGGAINS, JERRY LYNN - Political Science-History, Foreign
Relations Club, Dean's List.
MCANINCH, PAUL - Pre-Med, Chemistry Club, Band, Radio
Club, Vice President, Chemistry Lab Instructor.
MEADER, RAYMOND - History, Baptist Student Union, Presi-
dent, Presidents' Council.
MEDAL, SHARON - Elementary Education, Newman Club,
Chemistry Club, SNEA, ACE, Women's Recreation Association,
MOONEY, ROSE ANN - Sociology, Young Republicans, Psy-
chology Club, University Theatre Guild, Wesley Foundation, Hu-
man Relations Council.
MOONEY, WILLIAM - History, Sigma Nu, Vice President, Sec-
retary, Phi Alpha Theta, Vice President, Foreign Relations Club.
MUNN, WILLIAM - Physical Education, Sigma Nu, vice Presi-
dent, Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta, Vice President, Foreign Relations
ORSBORN, BILL - Marketing, Delta Kappa, Pledge Class Presi-
dent, Pledge Master, Young Democrats, Marketing Club, TROJAN
Business Manager, Alpha Kappa Psi, Circle K.
PAPAGEORGE, MARIA - French, L'Alliance Francaise, Secre-
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Choir, SNEA, Dean's List.
PARKS, JOYCE LAVERE - Secretarial Science-Political Science,
Phi Beta Lambda, Secretary, Miss Future Business Executive of
Arkansas, Phi Theta Kappa, Foreign Relations Council, Secretary,
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Council, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities,"
PHILLIPS, LEILYA SYDNEY - Speech-Drama, University The-
atre Guild, Cheerleader, Psychology Club, Vice President, Biology
Club, Vice President, Delta Delta Delta, Publicity Chairman, Rec-
ommendations Chairman, Miss LRU, Alpha Psi Omega, Pledge
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PLUNKETT, C. F. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary.
POWELL, JEFF A. JR. - Biology, Chemistry Club, Young Demrr
crats Club, Baptist Student Union.
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RAINES, JEANNE E. - Art Education, Chi Omega, Secretary,
Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Cheerleader, Phi
Theta Kappa, Art Club, President, Miss LRU Committee, SNEA,
NEA, Presidents' Council, Red Cross Blood Drive, Leadership
Training, University Theatre Guild, Young Democrats, Women's
RANEY, DONALD - Biology, Student American Medical Asso-
ciation, NEA, AEA.
RAPIER, JAN - English,Spanish Club.
ROSE, JERRY EVERETT - Political Science, Student Body Treas-
urer, Sophomore Class President, Alpha Psi Omega, President,
Katalia, President, Junior Class President, Student Body President,
Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Sword and Shield, Phi Theta Kappa.
SCHERZ, DE ANNE - Music Theory, Phi Theta Kappa, Span-
ish Club, Sword and Shield, Choir.
SHEARER, BONNIE - Elementary Education, SNEA, ACE, Pres-
ident, Delta Kappa Gamma Award for Outstanding Prospective
Teacher, Spanish Club, Social Chairman, Delegate to ACE con-
vention, Sword and Shield, Dick Neal Scholorship, Dean's List.
SHUBERT, STEVEN - Chemistry-Biology, Delta Kappa, French
Club, Newman Club, Secretary, Sigma Nu Recorder.
SHUGART, ANN - Math, S.N.E.A., A.C.E.
SLAUGHTER, JUDY -.English, choir, chi omega, vice Presi-
dent, Newman Club.
TIMM, MATHEW A. - Political Science, Student Body Vice
President, Phi Alpha Theta, President, Sophomore Men's Senator,
Foreign Relations Club, President, G. J. Francis Jr. Award, "Whois
Who in American Colleges and Universities," 1965-66, Phi Theta
Kappa, Sword and Shield, Katalia, Human Relations Council,
Young Democrats, LRU Delegate for National Student Leadership
Inst. NYC, PTA Scholarship, Debate Team,
TOMPKINS, MARY NELL - Elementary Education, Zeta Phi,
Art Club, Choir, Foreign Relations Club, Women's Recreation Asso-
ciation, SNEA, ACE, Young Democrats, TROJAN Staff.
VANCE, DONALD A. - Pre-Med, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Presi-
dent, Presidents' Council, Vice President, Psychology Club, Presi-
dent, Katalia, Circle K, Young Democrats, Student Body Vice
President VVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities,
WAHL, CHARLES THOMAS - Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Goveming
Board, Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer, Vice President, Alpha Kappa
Psi, Young Democrats, Varsity Bowling Team, Student Union
Board Co-Ordinator, Circle K, President, Presidents' Council, Vice
President, Student Senate, Presidents' Council Delegate, Who's
Who in American Collges and Universities, 1965-66, Statistics and
Accounting Lab Instructor.
WEBER, GEORGE L. - Biology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary,
Chemistry Club, Newman Club, Young Democrats, Biology Club.
WEST, RONALD D. - English, Newman Club, French Club,
Young Democrats, Secretary, Varsity Bowling, Sigma Nu, His-
WHITE, ALVIN H. -- History, Art, Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian,
House Manager, Editor of TROJAN 1964-65, 1965-66, Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities, Art Club, Miss LRU Dec-
orations Committee Chairman, Homecoming Decorations Commit-
tee Chairman, Art Achievement Award.
WILLIAMS, ALFRED LEWIS- History, Sigma Nu, Rush Chair-
man, Assistant Pledge Marshall, Pledge Educator, Freshman Men's
Senator, Dean's List, Sophomore Class President, Circle K, Alpha
Kappa Psi, Secretary, Phi Beta Lambda, President, Interfraternity
Council, Vice President, Choir, Delegate to 1965 Democratic Na-
tional Convention, Young Democrats, Secretary, Vice President,
Foreign Relations Council, Secretary-Treasurer.
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President of Pledge Class, First Vice President, Psychology Club,
VVOODS, MARY ANNE - Secretarial Science-Political Science,
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Phi Theta Kappa, Convention Delegate, Sigma Tau Lambda, Vice
President, Women's Recreation Association, Beta Chi, Sophomore
Women's Senator, Phi Beta Lambda, Secretary, "Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities," 1964-65, 1965-66, Panhel-
lenic, Treasurer, Newman Club, Treasurer, Constitutional Court,
Justice, Sword and Shield, Vice President, Hood and Tassel, Phi
Alpha Theta, Secretary.
WOODS, PAUL RUSSELL - Bio1ogY9 Sigma Nu.
WOODS, TIMOTHY D. - Accounting, Tennis Team, Letter-
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If all began here. Plans, possible plays and hours of hard work go into Coach Branscum's "chalk talk".
The Year of the Trojans
Coach eagerly gives players the old pitch of "defense, hus1le, rebound".
Bob Dobson exercises finger-tip control which aided him in being
recognized for honorable mention "AlI American".
LBU's Trojan Basketball Team closed out its 1965-66
season by participating in the A.I.C. Tournament in Pine
Bluff. Trojan boosters were delighted with the team's fine
showing in this event, reaching the semi-final round of
play against the A.l.C. champions.
The season was an eventful one, establishing several
"Firsts" for the team. Old records gave way to new and one
contest saw the Trojans run out of manpower as six play-
ers returned to the bench on fouls.
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Coy Cozart thwarts efforts of A.8-M. player.
The Trojans brought the Dixie Tournament trophy
home for the third time. Bob Dobson was selected the out-
standing player of this tournament and was joined on the
all-tourney team by Bonnie Hubbard.
During the regular season a 13-14 win-loss record was
compiled by the team which does not do justice to the
fine performances of team members nor the progress made
steadily throughout the year.
A loose ball is fair game.
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LBU Arkansas A 81 M 89
LRU College of Ozarks 71
LRU Arkansas A 8: M 97
LRU Hendrix 71
LRU Harding 63
LRU Arkansas State Teachers 81
LRU Louisiana Tech 95
LBU Delta State 73
LBU Dixie Tournament 67
LBU Dixie Tournament 74
LRU Southwestern 58
LBU Bethel 78
LRU Southern Baptist 101
LBU Southwest Missouri 106
LBU College of Ozarks 82
LRU Le Tourneau 73
LRU Le Tourneau 66
LRU Bethel 81
LRU Bethel 85
LRU John Brown University 72
LRU Le Tourneau 82
LRU Le Tourneau 66
LRU Delta State 76
LRU Southwest Missouri 81
LRU Southern Baptist 67
John Brown University Srcgghs CiIlev3UgBl:a2scuemg is year as head coach, led the
LRU College of Ozarks 75 n r n V n U e '
LRU Henderson 68
LBU Southern State 62
rojans - 1965-66
Roger Armbrust Bob Bucheck Alvin Corder Coy Cozart
Senior - Guard Sophomore - Guard Iunior - Guard Junior - Center
Marshall Davis Bob Dobson Gene Domman Ronnie Hubbard
Junior - Guard Junior - Forward Sophomore - Center Senlor - Center
"Do I remember Southern Baptist?" Bob Dobson C325 looks as if he is dancing but he boasts a
record-breaking score of 42 points in one game.
B b H b d Tommy Louks Charles Sanders Qlen Staples
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Iunior - Forward Junior - Guard junior - Forward Iunxor - Forward
Coach McGee irons out pre-season strategy with members of the team. Millard Smith gets into the proper spirit.
Nine letterman retumed for the 1966 baseball season.
Twenty-six boys showed up for the first workout which
was a marked improvement over the eleven who came last
year. With the additional competition each man worked
harder to secure a position on the team.
Tom Brewer and Bruce Cash transferred this year to
LRU and are considered top ball players. Tommy Louks
led the team last season with a .350 average. His return
along with Bob Dobson, Iohnny Wilson and Marshall
Davis add experience to the squad.
All home games were played at Lamar Porter Field.
This year the Trojans had 23 games scheduled with A.l.C.
Newman McGee, an LRU graduate, has held the position of
coach to the Troian Baseball team since 1964. The team has
completed two fine seasons under his leadership.
Season's beginning calls for rigorous exercise on part of players.
Pre-Season Training ....
Johnny Wilson shows form he uses throughout the year to be one of
best base-stealers in the state. Taking a healthy cut in batting practice as the new season's opening nears.
Trojan Baseball Schedule
March .........e...., Ouachita Baptist University
March ...e,..,,,, Philander Smith
March ...Y Arkansas State Teachers
March .....,. Southern Baptist
April 5 .... r..,,..,.a,.,, H arding
April -- Arkansas State Teachers
April B ..r,.,.A. Southern Baptist
April r-- Henderson State Teachers
April .,,,.rr.,..,,r Arkansas Tech
April ru- Ouachita Baptist University
April ,.,,r.., Arkansas A. 81 M.
April ..rr.r.r.,r,.r.r Harding
May -rr Henderson State Teachers
May 5 H- r,rr.,,, Arkansas A. 81 M.
May 6 r-- r W, Arkansas Tech
May 10 -H Philander Smith
"Coach, I iust can'1 believe you're going to fake John out", dismayed
catcher Davis says.
The '66 Trojans in a casual pose before the season begins. First BOW: Second Bow: Coach McGee, Eubanks, Elliot, Smith, Beard, Ben-
Walkup, Buckeck, Sparks, VVilson, Buie, Brewer, Ussery, Shoemaker. nett, Thompson, Cush, Cagle, Garner, Davis.
With form and balance bowling team member picks up his spare.
Bowling enthusiast Tommy Pace drops sure strike.
Bowling is fast becoming a popular sport and past-
time for many LRU students. Six bowlers are listed on the
varsity team this year and competed with other college
teams in the state.
Last year's bowling team finished in third place in the
state. This year's group had hopes of bettering this already
Don Gold explains proper grip to fellow bowler.
Golf, the newest addition to Little Rock University's
progressive athletic program, enjoyed a successful year. Dr.
Dudley Beard, coach of the team, has a reputation as one
of the best golfers in the state. The team was entered in
all of the local meets in Central Arkansas.
The team was composed of john Lammers, Mike Mor-
rison, Tommy Head, Gary Howard, john Boyce, Bill Pat-
ton and Denny Hamilton and all members proved to be
very formidable opponents. This was evidenced by the
fact that Little Rock University won the A.I.C. Golf
Tournament this year.
With such a fine beginning, LRU can be assured of
a permanent position in collegiate golf circles.
A few practice swings help golfer Mike Morrison warm up
I1's not all smooth sailing
This is the oblect to gaze upon.
Members of the tennis team are First Row: Tim Woods,
Bob Scott. Second Raw: Tom Nosal, Charles Mallory and
This year began the second season for the tennis team
as an organized unit. joe Kuykendall served as coach for
the second year.
The team's success can be attributed to the fact that more
depth was added this year with added experience from
The season, beginning with practice matches, was fol-
lowed by fifteen regular matches and two tournaments.
Some of the outstanding matches were with Hendrix
College, Harding College and Ouachita Baptist University.
Bob Scott displays fine ability.
Tim Woods makes a good showing for LRU"s tennis team.
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Bridge games widened the scope of interest in intramural competition.
When in doubt iust throw the ball straight up and that is iust what Jana Pettingill did.
Intramural members prepare for rough and rough touch football game.
Keen competition is the descriptive phrase for LPtU's
intramural program. Both in men's and women's intramural
teams the spirit of participation is outstanding.
The intramural program includes volleyball, basketball,
bridge, softball, tennis, badminton, touch football, bowling
and golf. The Winner of intramurals is determined by the
number of points accumulated during the school year. Points
are compiled on the basis of first, second, third and fourth
place wins. Sportsmanship is also emphasized very strongly
with the presentation of a sportsmanship trophy. Mrs.
Muriel Lindsay and Coach Newman McGee are in charge
of women's and men's intramurals.
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Hester, Neyland 39
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Moser, Margaret 40
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Murry, James 37
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Packard, Dorothy 49
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Leonard Patrick 160
Donna Marie 160
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Bradford, Charles Waymond 160
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Brannum, Kathleen Sue 143
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Grady Lee, Jr. 160
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Brown, Jerry Drury 176
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Brown, Sharon 160
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Brueggeman, Peggie Margaret 160
Bryant, Beverly Anne 144
Bryant, Stanley Lewis 144
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Buil, James 107
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Bullock, Nancy Carol 144
Bullock, Robert Earl 144
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Burnett, Jerry Leon 170
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Burns, Thomas Eugene 160
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Burton, Bill Earl 177
Bussell, Aaron C. 160
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Cagle, Ralph Mitchell 144
Caignet, John 144
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Cameron, Daniel 144
Camp, Robert 144
Camp, Virgil Lee 144
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Carpenter, Fran Annette 170
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Carter, Patricia Ann 64,170
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Cary, Dwayne Allan 145
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Carolyn Faye 161
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Clark, Floyd Rowe 161
Clark, Patricia Gayle 161
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Claude, Gary Edward 161
Clayton, Ronald E. 84,177
Clements, Charles Albert 145
Clements, Suzanne 64,161
Clemmons, Ralph 145
Clemons, Cathy Irene 60,145
Clemons, Glyndon 161
Clevidence, Ronald 68,145
Clifton, Lois D. 145
Clinton, Lee Fuller 145
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Cobb, Donna Sue 145
Cobb, Susan C. 60,177
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Coburn, John 107
Coco, Mary Lou 145
Coffelt, Elmer 177
Cogbill, Edward Jr. 170
Cohen, Sarah 145
Coker, James 75,91,102,170
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Collins, Marline 145
Collins, Robert 145
Collins, Thomas James 161
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Cooper, Anne 145
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Cooper, James 92,177
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carnal Rei B. 170
Corder, Alvin 170,197
Corkerl sue J. 161
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, Kay Lynne 145
arolyn L. 145
Cox, VValter Evans 170
Cozart, Coy 170,197
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Crawley, Susan Teresa 145
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Critz, James 145
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Crow, Linda 106
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Culp, Michael 170
Culpepper, Sammy 72,161
Cumnock, Thomas 161
Cunningham, Alicia 63,145
Cunningham, Chan 85,87
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Curry, Carolyn J. 105,178
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Cypert, David 145
Dailey, Kathleen 63,100,170
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Daniel, Chester 145
Eleanor Anne 178
Darby, Don E. 170
Dare, Dennis 145
Darr, Charles 161
Daugherty, Anita 170
Davenport, Roland 145
Davenport, William 170
Davidson, Charles 161
Davidson, Judy 145
Davidson, Linda 145
Bruce Edward 67,145
Davis, Bruce Eugene 67,145
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Davis, George Jr. 146
Davis, Janet 146
Davis, Jeff Harold 68
Davis, Jimmy 146
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Davis, Joan Alyce 107
Davis, Lester 161
Davis, Marsha Kay 178
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Davis, Roy Eugene 146
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Dayton, Bob Edward 67
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Diemer, Sharon Anne 146
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Dixon, William 106,146
Dobbs, Joan 161
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Dorris, Darrell G. 161
Dortch, Janette 146
Douglas, Michael Ray 146
Doup, Kathy 63,102,146
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Drake, Dick 146
Draper, Roy Jr. 146
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Duke, Kelly 161
Dullea, Michael 161
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Duncan, Mary Jane 68,161
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Duncan, Selena Theresa 60,161
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Dunn, Roger 146
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Dyer, Larry 146
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Eddleman, William 146
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Edmondson, Jerry 146
Edwards, David 146
Edwards, Norman L. 146
Edwards, Paul 161
Edwards, Ronald 146
Edwards, Roy 146
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Elkins, Albert 146
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Elms, John David Jr. 188
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Engster, John Robert 146
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Fick, Ronald 162
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Fields, Susan 63,104,162
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Fisher, Mattie Louise 147
Fisher, William 162
Fitch, Lois Ryan 162
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Fleming, Richard 147
Flemister, Antonia 147
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Fletcher, Griffin 147
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Fox, Theodore, Jr. 147
Fraim, Russell R., Jr. 179
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Francis, Paul 147
Franke, Barbara Jane 97,147
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Gill, Judy Ann 148
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Glover, Larry 148
Glover, Mary 188
Glover, Robert 162
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Gorman, Michael 148
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Hagan, James 163
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Hale, Patricia 163
Hales, Kenneth Michael 171
Haley, Harold R. Jr. 107,163
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Hall, Kie Douglas 163
Hall, Thom E. 188
Halsey, John 149
Hamel, Robert 149
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Hamilton, Denny 163
Hamilton, Wanda Marie 163
Hamilton, William 149
Hammett, Linda Susan 149
Hammil, Richard Berrow 149
Hammond, Joe Mike II 149
Hampel, Dana 68,93,97,105,180
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Haney, Patricia 149
Hanna, Albert 188
Hannah, Bill 163
Hanson, Pamela Lee 149
Hanson, Thomas 149
Hanson, VVilliam Patrick Jr. 163
Harbison, Richard 149
Holmes, Jack 180
Holmes, Kenneth Lane 150
Holt, Donna 150
Holt, Lezlee 63,150
Homesley, Robert 150
Hood, Lois 163
Hooper, Bob 163
Hooper, Kathleen 150
Hooper, Max Wayne 75
Hopkins, Mary 150
Hopkins, Paula 60
Charles Edward 188
I one o. 163
J James 87,181
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1 Martha 93,103,105,181
Robert Gordon 164
Jones, Barbara Ann 150
Layman, Kathy 87
Lecuivre, Michael E. 151
Lee, Carolyn 182
Lee, Ricky 75
Lehnhoff, Derma Naomi 151
Leird, Kenneth Michael 84
Lemons, Eddy 151
Lemons, Eulis Lee 164
Lensing, Ronnie 172
Leshan, Eileen 172
Lewis, Karen 151
Lewis, Larry Michael 151
Harbour, Thomas 180
Harden, Evelena 171
Hardin, Harry 188
Harmon, Frances 171
Harper, George 67,171
Harper, James 149
Harper, Linda Jan 171
Harrelson, Roy 149
Harrill, Raymond 171
Harris, Gary 106
Harris, Henry 149
Harris, James 149
Harris, Rosemary 172
Harrison, Rebecca 68,149
Harrison, Rondell 163
Harvey, Victoria Jane 149
Hopper, Charles 172
Horner, Charles 180
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House, Judith 150
Howard, Francis 163
Howard, Frank 150
Howard, Jerry 72,163
Howard, Vivian 150
Howard, Wilhelmina 107,163
Howell, Clara Kay 163
Howell, Gary Joe 75
Howell Grace Ann 63,150
Howell Mark Kay 163
Howell, Pamela 180
Howell, Richard 172
Howell, William Jr. 71,180
Howitt, Leslie 180
J Donald 164
Harry T. 164
I John Paul 172
Joseph Maxwell 150
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Jordan, Allen 75
Jungkind, Bernie 172
Junkin, Carolyn Lee 181
Justis, Kevin Barry 150
Hartman, Michael 149
Harwell, Richar 7l,85,163
Hastings, Gerald 163
Hastings, Paul Edward 71,97,163
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Hawn, Mary 163
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Haynes, John 75
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Heard, Joanne 163
Heffington, Truman 172
Heim, William 72,172
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Henderson, Harold 180
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Hendricks, Bill Gene Jr. 149
Hendricks, Tommy Joe 149
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Henry, Shirley Ann 149
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Henson, Robert 75,149
Henson, Terry 72,172
Herlocker, Randy 106,149
Herring, Melody 68,163
Hester, Leonard 163
Hester, Melvin 149
Hestes, Rocky Don 75,149
Hickerson, Floyd Ray 172
Hicks, William Lloyd 149
Higginbotham, Gloria 149
Higginbotham, Peggy 149
Higgins, Lovell 149
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Hill, Dixie Lou 149
Hill, JoAnna W. 180
Hill, Richard Allen 180
Hill, Woodrow 180
Hilliard, Michael 188
Hilton, Patricia Diane 100,163
Hines, Ellis 149
Hinkle, Kathryn Ann 64,149
Hinson, Margaret Ann 163
Hinton, Carol Jean 149
Hinton, Sandra Kay 149
Hobbs, Joan 149
Howland, Harry Jr. 150
Howser, Orr Chester 163
Hoyt, Janinne Ann 64,86,104,119
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Huddleston, Mike M. 150
Hudson, Dillie Jean 163
Huff, Johnnie Lee 150
Hufsmith, Patricia Ann 68,172
Hulshof, John Anthony 163
Humbard, Robert 198
Hundley, Charles Bruce 72,188
Hunt, Raymond Lee 150
Hunter, Charles 150
Hunter, Virginia 150
Hunthrop, Larry 163
Hurst, Donald 180
Huston, Phillip Edward 180
Huston, Timothy 188
Hutchinson, Larry 163
Hutchison, Walter Edward 75,150
Hutton, Ann 172
Hyde, Charles 75,163
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lsenman, Linda 60,163
lson, Jimmie Lee 163
Ivey, George 188
Ivy, Charles Stanley 163
Izard, Mark 87
Jackson, Harold 180
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Jackson, Waverly 163
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Jacobs, Laura 64,180
James, Charles Edwin 172
James, Coy B. 150
James, Johnny 107
James, Ray Royce 172
James, Rita Andrews 86,104,172
James, Roy Lynn 172
Jameson, Alan Woodrow 75,181
Jameson, Ann Sharon 60,103,104,
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Hogan, Tyrus Jr. 188
Hogue, Michael Owen 75
Holland, Barbara 150
Holland, George 150
Holland, Sheila 150
Holloway, Jerrell 180
Holloway, Sharon 150
Hollowell, Daniel 150
Holmes, Danny 150
Jang, Raymond 188
Jarvis, Ed Golden 150
Jaynes, Tommy 150
Jeffery, Ronald 150
Jenkins, Gilbert 150
Jenkins, Jimmy Dale 150
Albert S. Jr. 75,172
Barbara Ann 150
Ben Clint 150
Karrant, John Sam 164
Kayser, Miriam 93,100,104,105,
Keady, John 150
Kealy, Jerry 150
Keathley, Harold James 164
Keatts, Henry Caroll 71,181
Keeling, Jean 150
Kegeles, Jacqueline 63,150
Keith, Patsy 150
Keith, Susan 164
Kellar, Ronald E. 164
Keller, Thomas 172
Kemp, Gus 151
Kemp, Sharon 86,104
Kennedy, James Robert 151
Kennedy, Robert William Jr. 90
Kennedy, Thomas 103,181
Kenney, Edward Powell 91
Kilpatrick, Joseph Jr. f181
Kimberlin, James 189
King, William Roy 172
Kinley, David 164
Kinney, Dick 172
Kinney, Linda 151
Kitchen, Harry 181
Kitchens, Tommie Rea 151
Klein, Anne 68,151
Kluglose,- Anita 107
Knibbe, Glenn Roger 151
Knight, Larry John 151
Knox, Dorothy Jean 164
Koch, Patrick Charles 172
Koehler, Thomas R. 172
Koelling, Carol Ann 164
Koon, William Charles 151
Kretchmar, Ruth Goldman 189
Krupicki, Roger Allen 151
Kumpuris, Jeanne E. 164
Kumpuris, Sherrie A. 172
Kurinec, Frank Colin 164
Kuykendall, Terry Wade 151
Kyle, Dolly M. 68,9S,107,151
LaForge, Ralph Leroy 151
Lake, Joanne Elizabeth 164
Laman, Linda 189
Lammers, John 151
Lancaster, Teddy Spencer 181
Landers, Ben Leland 87,164
Landers, Mary Fa e 181
Lange, William Tlimothy 181
Laribe, Lawrence 182
Larrieu, Lane 182
Larrison, Tom 75
Laser, Phyllis 68,151
Lasky, Jack 172
Lawson, Richard 151
Lilly, Elvie Lee 151
Lilly, Mary Lou 60
Lindsey, A. J. 182
Lindsey, John Charles 164
Linsley, James 107,151
Lipe, Joel Thomas 182
Livingston, Jack Edward 189
Livingston, Shirley Lorraine 90,102
Loesch, Susan 151
Logan, James 164
Loggains, Jerry 182
Long, Bill 151
Long, Pat 63,151
Longstreth, Linda Lee 87,107,164
Lord, Robert 16'4
Lorenz, Leif Thornton 151
Louks, Tommy 102,172,198
Lovett, Tom 182
Lowe, Pat 189
Lowery, Cynthia 107
Lowrance, Clifton 151
McAdory, William 151
McAninch, Paul 182
McCann, Billy 164
McCann, Winnie 172
McCarthy, Margie Mary 189
McClean, Clear 104
McCloud, John Patrick 152
McCone, Ronald 152
McCown Dicky 75
McCoy, John Greene 152
McCoy, Joseph Dunlap 152
McCoy, Jack 72
McCoy, Thomas 152
McCoy, Travis 152
McCracken, Kay 107,164
McCray, LaNelle 182
McCumber, Kathy 152
McCumpsey, Marvin Glenn 152
McDaniel Carl 84
McDonald, Ronnie 172
McEntire, Ginger 182
McGowan, Bob 182
McGrew, Michael 182
McHughes, Malcolm Roland 164
Mclntyre, Jerry Ray 172
McKennon, Dorothy 60,172
McKewen, Alice Dianne 152
McKinney, Richard 67,164
McKinney, Rozalyn 164
McKown, Patsy 164
McLaughlin, Carol 68,89,102,103,
McLean, Ruby 172
McLenore, William Stanley 164
McLendon, Don 107,164
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McMahon, Bryan Patrick 152
McNabb, Rebecca 182
McNeill, Dolores 164
McNelt, Ouida 164
McPherson, Jean Ann 63,89
McPherson, John Allen 164
McPherson, Kay 64,152
Mabry, Tom 72,164
Madding, Ronnie 152
Magar, Cleo Louise 152
Maglothin, Jimmy E. 172
Maglothin, Julia 107
Mahan, Larry 75
Major, Dianne 164
Major, George 152
Mallory, Charles 204
Malnar, Ronald 152
Marcum, Sharon 172
Carolyn Sue 63,119,172
Ada Beth 64
Janella Sue 152
Martin, John Ward 152
Martin, Linda Jo 102,106,152
Martin, Marshall Delton 152
Martin, Sarah Beth 64,172
Mason, Betty Nel 60
Massey, Sandra 152
Matsek, John 75,173
Matthews, Becky 152
Mawhinney, Gayle 173
Mawhinney, Janis 152
Mawn, John 164
Maxwell, John 164
Mayor, Marcia 60,152
Mays, Sherry 152
Mead, Martha 152
Meador, Raymond 87,183
Medal, Sharon Anne 183
Medearis, Glenda 'Carol 152
Medlock, Ken Wayne 164
Melton, Barbara 152
Mentgen, James 173
Meredith, Jerrold Guy 153
Meyerdirk, Carol Ann 153
Middleton, Mary Leslie 164
Miles, Sharon 63
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Miller, Gary 173
Miller, Imogene 189
Miller, Jay William 164
Miller, Jerry Neal 153
Miller, Karen Lee 153
Miller, Patricia 153
Miller, Ruby 153
Miller, Sammye 68,153
Miner Pam 164
Mire, Camille Marie 164
Mitchell, Mary Ellen 107,153
Mixon, Sara Lee 60,183
Mizell, Anita 173
Mohrmann, Harry William 173
Mondy, Mary Kay 189
Moody, Carol 173
Mommey, Roy 153
Mooney, Rose Ann 183
Mooney, Bill 75,92,99,183
Moore, Sandra 173
Moore, David 106
Moore, Gary Lawrence 153
Herbert Gregory 67,153
Richard Lee 164
Moran, Michael John 183
Morehart, Robert 153
Morgan, Jimmy 97,183
Morris, Edward 153
Morris, Phyllis 68,164
Morris, Thomas James 153
Morris, Vaterie 106
Morrison, Emma Alice 153
Morrison, Michael 75,164
Morrison, Sandra Martha 153
Morrison, W. 153
Morrow, Larry 153
Mosimann, Thomas Francis 173
Mosley, Greg 173
Mosley, Susan 153
Motley, Marilyn 87,153
Moudy, Phillip 153
Mourning, Steve 90, 153
Mourot, Sammie 153
Mullens, Jerell 183
Mullins, Samuel 153
Munn, Bill 75,91,102,183
Munnerlyn, Donna 60,89,115,118,
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Murdaugh, Anita Marie 97,153
Muse, William Morris 153
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Myers, Ronnie 71
Naugher, Henry 164
Nedelkos, Gregory Peter 164
Needham, Donna 106,107,153
Nelson, Kandyce 153
Nelson, Lee Higgins 153
Nesterenko, Alex 153
Netherland, Elizabeth Ann 153
Newcomb, Taroi 153
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Nix, Dan 107,153
Nolan, John 189
Nolen, Terry 75,153
Nolte, Paul 75
Nordsig, Marianne 183
Norrell, Gordon 72,173
Norris, Billy 165
Northcutt, Gloria 173
Norton, Henrietta 153
Nosal, Thomas 165,204
Oberste, Susan 153
Odom, Pitsee 86,104,173
O'Kelley, Sarah 183
Olinghouse, Sharon 153
Olive, Carolyn 87
Oliver, Ken 71,173
Olson, Carol 63,153
O'Malley, Michael 92,183
O'Neal, Robert Michael 153
Orellano, Timothy John 153
Orr, Harry 153
Orsburn, Bill 84,183
Orsi, Robin 183
Orto, Katrina 107,165
Osterlout, Claire 183
Ostie, Dolores 153
Ott, Jack 165
Overton, Floyd 165
Overton, John Andrew 153
Owen, Perry Ann 183
Pace, Tommy Glenn 153
Page, Bonnie 63
Page, Sandra 90,153
Pake, David 72
Palazzi, Robert 154
Palmer, Bob 121,173
Pankey, Ronnie 183
Papageorge, Maria 183
Paquette, John 71,97,173
Parham, Doyle 154
Parham, Ruth Ann 165
Parker, Linda Carol 107,154
Parkin, Carol 60,165
Parks, Joyce 92,93,100,103,105,122,
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Parsons, Robert Gary 154
Paslay, Phillip Lynn 154
Passini, Nancy 102,103,173
Pate, Charles 154
Patterson, Nancy Ellen 165
Patterson, Rosiland 154
Paul, Janice 107,173
Paulette John Robert 165
Paxson, Wanda Sue 165
Peach, C. Herbert 154
Pence, Burton Jeffrey 165
Perkins, Gene 183
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Perry, Reggie Hugh 154
Perry, Richard Martin 165
Peters, Barbara 183
Peters, Nancy Calleen 165
Peterson, Donna 154
Pettingill, Jana 64,65,10l,165
Pettus, Michael James 75,154
Petty, David 165
Pharr, Dennis 165
Phelps, Phillips 72,154
Phillips, Sydney 63,85,183
Phillips, Nancy 106
Phillips, Rhonda 154
Pickthorne, Elaine Louise 154
Pilcher, Ann Louise 165
Pilcher, Michael 154
Pitcock, Lynn 154
Pledger, Jimmy 154
Plummer, Bill 184
Plunkett, C. Fred 84,96,165
Poladino, Peter 189
Polk, Ken 165
Pollock, Earnest 106,107,154
Pollreis, Ramona 154
Pomar, Francisco 95,184
Pontius, Kathleen 154
Porter, Libby 154
Potts, James Novis 154
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Powers, Edward John 165
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Presley, Joyce Lorene 165
Preston, Lawrence 165
Prewitt, Charles Paul 154
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Prince, Andy 165
Pruitt, Gary Louis 189
Przybylowicz, Carole 165
Pulliam, William 154
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Purifoy, Richard 106
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Pyle, John Harl 165
Quattlebaum, Jerry 173
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Rackley, Lorelei 154
Ragan, Barbara 165
Ragsdill, Rusty 165
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Rains, Jerry 106,154
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Ralph, Jim 85,103
Ramer, Joe D. 166
Raney, Donald 184
Rapier, Jan 184
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Riffel, Douglas 154
Riffel, Edward 166
Riggin, Fran 166
Riggs, Steve 75
Rio, Mercedes 184
Risinger, Judy 68,166
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Roberts, Freddie 184
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Roberts, Harold Lee 71,173
Roberts, J Charles 154
Robertson, James 155
Robertson, Martha 166
Robertson, Patricia Sue 97,184
Robinson, Brenda Gayle 155
Robinson, Charles 173
Robinson, Deborah Kay 60,155
Robinson, Henry C. 155
Robinson, Treopia I. 155
Rodgers, James R. 155
Roe, Thomas Michael 155
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Rogers, John W. 166
Rogers, R. E. 166
Rollins, Linda 155
Rorex, Judith 64
Rose, Charles 155
Rose, Glen E. 189
Rose, Jerry 71,85,94,103,105,122,
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Red, Mike 154
Reed Barbara 154
Reed, Carroll 154
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Reed, Janet 166
Reed, Luther 189
Reed, Maria 154
Reed, Patricia Maria 154
Rose, Robert W. 67,155
Ross, Pamela Anne 86,104
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Russelll, Sandra 184
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Ryker, Richard 72,166
Rykunyk, Jerona 155
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Sarlo, Joseph F. 155
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Savage, David 155,106
Savells, Linda 166
Sawyer, Morgan 155
Schenebeck, James R. 155
Scherz, DeAnne 184
Schliep, Eugene A. 184
Schmuck, Donald 155
Schubert, Stephen 184
Scoles, Charles 189
Scott, Bob 204
Scott, Janis M., 10,173
Scott, John T., 155
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Scott, Michael W. 166
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Scruggs, Agge Edward 166
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Sheffield, Linda Sue 166
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Sherrod, Jane 184
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Stutsman, Robert 157
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Spencer, James L. 166
Spencer, Richard R. 156
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Terry, James M. 106,157
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Thompson James 157
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Staggs, Nova N. 166
Staggs, Thomas 157
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Thornton, John 157
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Tippen, Norma Jean 157
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Tipton, William C. 84,167
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Vandiver, Donna 167
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Zaluski, Mitchell 158
Zarbaugh, Robert 158
Zauf, Leslie 158
Zidermanis, Audris 189
Whitfield, Merlin 72,158
Whitley, Jo Beth 174
Zini, James 106,107,158
Zorn, Arthur 187
The purpose of all yearbooks is to present a permanent record of the events
of the preceeding year. Little Rock University has seen many changes during the
1965-66 school year. The construction of the Fine Arts Building and the New Li-
brary are standing examples of LRU's growth. The largest enrollment in its history
was reached this year with a total of 3200 students. Even at this writing, plans are
on the drawing board for a new science building.
As editor of the 1966 TROIAN, I have had the unique experience of being
"historian" for Little Rock University during its crucial period of growth. My staff
and I have attempted to capture this period with pictures and the written word.
My staff this year was a very cooperative and congenial group to work with.
Throughout the year an editor can hear many excuses for not meeting a deadline or
turning in copy, but as you read this, all differences of opinion have been resolved
and all the staff is speaking to each other again. Jim Watts did double duty as
Assistant Editor and Business Manager. Dorothy Claiborne was in charge of class
sections. Bob Eubanks was Sports Section Editor and Miriam Kayser was Editor of
the Faculty Division. Mary K. Fultz was Editor of the Greek Section and she along
with Mary Nell Tomkins were secretaries to the TROJAN.
This is your book and from all the staff and myself, we sincerely hope you
will enjoy it as you read it today and the future years as you recall your sojoum at
Little Rock University.
Alvin Henderson VVhite
Editor, 1966 TROIAN
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