University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1969
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Pages 6 - 7
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Little Rock University
Little Rock, Arkansas
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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There in the lonely vacuum of the leader,
hard-bent to lead, is the interpretative
spark. Hidden hard by the duty of conveying
knowledge, the person is driven
to enlighten, to make the unknown known,
to engage a gear somewhere that hasn't been
engaged, to figure out just exactly how
to get through Gibraltarish skulls. She is
aggravated often, edified once in a while.
Relentlessly she tries to break into the
proverbial scoring column, endlessly
succeeding, and failing just enough to make
it all fascinating.
Youth is doing what youth does best -
having a magnificently wonderful time
of it. They are living life the way it's
supposed to be breathed, felt, and enjoyed-
with gusto, in the vital vein-bursting pleasure
of being within life itselfg forever opposite
from the pale white world of the weelc's
work, not thought of a moment.
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Latent beneath the exterior of solidarity is
the dynamism of the mind in the
element for which it was created: burying
deep within itself the substance of great
minds in great books, rendering the
incomprehensible into comprehensible,
and seeing far more than the commonplace
in the common. Reading and studying
to know what needs to be known,
what begs to be learned, the mind
makes ready for the yield that will come
without such quiet walls to coop it up.
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You see, it's Friday. Arms of teachers are
long, but none reaches past Friday.
Friday is freedom, is life, is the opening
door. Monday does come, but there is
time to relish being free, not enough time
though, not quite . . . but there never is
enough time. Funny thing, that.
An opportunity of being a great man or woman,
a chance at infinity, a chance to do more
than any have done. Nothing stands in the way
of seeing what hasnit been seen, of
chartering an ambition to wherever it may
lead, and following. Etched deep in the
soul is that will, that need to find the thing
you really want to do, to be. And over all
is the cloud of uncertainty.
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Graduation nears. The unreality af
accomplishments on pieces of paper
now relinqnishes iss pedestal, drops its false
veil, sheds its sliielcl, and reality looms.
Qfall events, this will be a sdbering
moment, a moment of seeming ending
to a wearisome struggle. Dingy nights leaf
studying facts will be goneg now there
are the facts themselves, unrelenting
challenges which :mute minds will face
mr perish. Ingmined in the beaming faces
will be the light bf accomplishment,
little thought given. thento the oblong. and
eliplical pazhes that must be blazed.
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Students are again plunged into a frenzy, trying to get the use of a phone and once secured, endeavoring to interpret the
conversation above the roar of the Union.
F un, friends, frenzy signal beginning of another year
The "Icebreaker" dance was the first fall
activity sponsored by the Student Senate.
A new school year brought with it the opportunity of seeing
old classmates and making new acquaintances. A Student Senate
"Icebreaker,' dance honored freshmen and new students. Senator
J. William Fulbright brought his campaign to campus and LRU
staged its own election for officials.
An over-flow crowd of interested students hear Senator J. William Fulbright express his views during the November campaign.
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September always brings the appearance of cam-
paign posters and political propaganda.
Randy Herlocker greets the fans at a LRU basketball game.
Construction is a continuing process in a growing in-
stitution such as Little Rock University.
Growth is continuous
part of campus scene
"Put another nickel in"
An ever-present figure on campus is the policeman,
giving tickets to poor, undeserving students.
New faculty members were honored at the fall Pres-
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Career Day offers an opportunity for seniors to make valuable contacts with prospective employers.
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Unsuspecting freshman Cathy Coed BMOC Sentimental Senior?
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LRU held a breakfast meeting in the Student Union to acquaint legislators with the campus and proposed future expansion.
Bill authorizing LRU-U of A merger finally passed
On February 10, 1969 following months of plan-
ning, discussion, and lengthy debate, a hill authorizing
the merger of Little Rock University and the Univer-
sity of Arkansas was signed by Governor Rockefeller.
Designating July 1 as the effective date of the merger,
this act was to he followed hy an appropriation bill,
introduced later in the session.
The opponents of the merger said that it would
take money away from other state-supported schools
and that the state could not afford to support the
merged institution. Those favoring a merger expressed
the idea that it would provide increased opportunities
for central Arkansans to acquire a quality education
and that an adequate graduate program is needed in
Debate was heavy in both houses as the merger
bill was introduced. Senator "Mutt" Gibson
from Dermott speaks out in support of the
Freshmen learn early the advantages of being observant.-
Fall registration numbers 3268
Many students wait in line more than two hours to
find the well-stocked bookstore has sold out of their
School officially begins with that once-a-
semester war against the rest of the student
body, when each student, manned with his
IBM cards and pen, charges onto the student
union floor to fight for his chosen schedule.
A few leave victorious, while others, battle-
scarred and weary, retreat to the writing
tables to reorganize their campaigns.
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Automation has yet to replace standing in line.
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'4Isn't 35350 a little too much for this sort of thing?"
Would you believe number 3268?
An innovation in this year's registration was the
use of Dean's Counselors. The counselors were juniors
and seniors selected by Dean Taegel. Each counselor
was given the name of ten freshmen and met with
them for a short orientation period the day of regis-
tration. The counselors also helped the freshmen
with any problems they encountered in adjusting to
This is the only way to travel
Dean's Counselor Bob Shivers telling freshman stu-
dents where to go.
Well-trained workers enable registration to flow
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Chl Omega Wms annual Snake Relays
Winner of this event has the distinction of being "Miss Tubby Tub". Needless to say, they all work hard for this honor.
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Tom Tvedton objectively surveys the scene
while Madelaine does her thing.
Talk about lethereal, that was Madelaine While others pantomined, Janis Scott, fleftb and Pat Heisler frightj
WDOIUI? DHV1dS0Hl in KCHIS' NEVC of Sf- did dramatic readings of various poems, and Don Carr narrated the
Romantic Poetry class presents dramatic reading
Fred Stark, as Don Juan, did double-duty in the pre-
sentation, playing the piano before the opening, com-
posing a song, and supplying background music.
Mrs. Mathews' Romantic Poetry class came up
with something unique to LRU with an hour-long
dramatic reading presented in early December. The
mixture of comic and serious poetry was applauded
by just about everyone, from the head of the Phil-
osophy Department to the freshman English-class
members of the audience. In the process, Mrs.
Mathews discovered some real talent, including com-
poser-pianist Fred Stark, costumer Don Carr, and
readers J anis Scott and Pat Heisler.
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Cathy Owen had the honor of riding in the Kappa Toilet Bowl float.
Pike sponsors first annual Toilet Bowl
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity initiated its
first annual Toilet Bowl in November. The
sororities made floats representing the theme,
and Chi Omega was announced as having the
best float. A parade to the LRU campus was
followed by a football game between Pike
members and pledges, which was won by the
At half-time candidates for Toilet Bowl
Queen were announced. There were three nom-
inees from Peach sorority and Mima Cazort
was chosen Queen. Her court consisted of
Robbie Lafferty, Brenda Dickerson, and
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Homecoming activities focused on SCA game
Homecoming Queen - Jeanie Jones
Queen .leanie .lones says
Homecoming was held on February 8 when
the Trojans met SCA in the LRU gymnasium.
Prior to the game, candidates for homecoming
queen were entertained at an informal party at
the home of Bill Echols, FORUM Editor. Special
guests included members of the basketball team,
Coach Mahfouz, and Dr. Carey V. Stabler. The
five finalists chosen by the basketball team were
Pam Williams, Jeannie Jones, Barbee Berger,
Melanie Van Zandt, and Melady Williams. The
activities Were topped off with the crowning of
the queen during halftime. Members of the court
were escorted by Student Senate officers.
"cheese" for the photographer.
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Contestants stand for review by the judges during swim suit competition. This category is usually enjoyed most by the male
portion of the audience.
Judy Laman chosen Miss Little Rock University
The Miss Little Rock University Pageant, an of-
ficial Miss America preliminary, was held April 19
in the Fine Arts Auditorium with six contestants
vying for the title of Miss LRU. With Camelot as the
pageant theme, each girl presented her talent and ap-
peared in swim suit and evening gown. The girls then
showed their poise by answering questions submitted
by the judges. Carolyn Curry, LRU speech instructor
and a veteran of many pageants, served as Mistress
of Ceremonies. Judy Laman, a sophomore, was chosen
Miss LRU and will represent the school in the Miss
Arkansas Pageant. She presented a song and dramatic
reading from Camelot as her talent. First runner-up
was Lenora Hinson and Pam Williams was second
runner-up. Karen McClain was chosen Miss Congeni-
ality by the other contestants. Special entertainment
was provided by Donna Davidson, Nita Breshears,
and ,lim Munns.
Judy Laman is crowned Miss LRU by last
year's winner Terry Borden, as Student Body
President-Elect f?j Jim O'Hara looks on.
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Trojan Basketball Team: Bottom row -Ronnie McMasters, Donald, Mike Lowe, Bill Hatchett, Steve Averitt, Cecil
Tom Butler, Mike Pyron, Philip Hesse, Bill Sodeman. Top Wicker, Donnie Branscum.
row - Coach Happy Mahfouz, Charles Mize, Alonzo Mac-
Coaching staff supervises athletic teams and events
Coach Happy Mahfouz, in his second year as
head basketball coach at LRU, saw his team suffer
some heartbreaking losses during the course of the
season. The team did, however, show promise during
several games and Coach Mahfouz is looking to the
future. Mr. Gran, the tennis coach, has several re-
turning lettermen and has the prospect of one of the
best tennis teams ever to participate at LRU. Coach
Mahfouz, who is also in charge of the baseball team,
is looking forward to a fine year on the baseball dia-
mond. Dr. Beard, as usual, is fielding one of the fin-
est golf teams in the state. Each coach is an integral
part of the athletic program at LRU and each serves
his respective team for the betterment of athletics at
Little Rock University.
H. A. "Happy" Mahfouz
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Basketball team gains experience this year
LRU aims for another two pointer.
With a record of 7 Wins and 19 losses, it was a
year of gaining valuable experience for the young
Trojan team. Loosing only one man from this year,s
team should help the Trojans get the needed ex-
perience that wins basketball games. In a disappoint-
ing season, the Trojans lost 7 ball games by less than
A long jump from the crowded floor.
Two Southwestern players stretch high to block Donnie Tom Butler is all alone for two points
l3ranscun1's shot. Their effort was in vain.
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Trojans are strong
as season opens
Winning three out of the first four basketball
games, the Trojans were strong as the season opened.
Defeating such teams as Arkansas College and
Hendrix, the Trojans proved they were on the move.
Later the team was plagued with injuries to several
key players and this developed into a loosing streak
that was not overcome until the end of the season.
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Three-time state golf champs attempt to make it four
Dennis Welch displays his form on the fairway.
Coached by Dudley Beard, LRU's golf team,
which has taken the state small-college title three
straight years, goes for its fourth championship this
year with a crew dotted with new faces. Deplete of
its big gun of the past, two-time All-American Mike
Morrison, LRU will depend on hard-hitting senior
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senior John Lammers, and sophomore Mike Sullivan
are the returning lettermen. Hutchinson, junior Den-
nis Welch, and sophomore Mike Hart are new addi-
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Golf team from left to right - Mike Hart, Ronnie Hutchinson, John Lammers, Dennis Welch, Mike Sullivan, Tommy Head
and Coach Dudley Beard.
Tennis Team Lacy Morton Larry Haskins Ray Tucker Jeff Hart, Phil Mehlin. Not pictured: Bill Shoemaker, Bill Cassidy
Tennis team looks for another successful year
After having a successful season last year, the
future looks bright for the tennis team. Returning are
Ray Tucker and Phil Mehlin, who were District 17
NAIA doubles champions. Phil was also the districtls
singles champion. Mr. William Gran is coaching the
tennis team and has scheduled twenty matches. Mr.
Gran exoects to add depth to the team with the addi-
tion of Lacy Morton and Larry Haskins to the return-
ing team members.
Ray Tucker returns a volley during practice at the Walker Courts.
Phil Mehlin displays the form that led to the District 17 NAIA
Larry Haskins reaches out for a backhand shot.
Lacy Morton makes a good showing for LRU's tennis team.
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Trojan Baseball Team: Kneeling - Paul Dillon, Swanne Don George, Danny Whitt, Darrell Wofford, Coach Hicker-
Bennet, Walter May, John Baily, Rick Suss, Mike Oury. son, Trainer Ronnie Finley.
Standing - David Rheinhart, Coach Mahfouz, Bill Battles,
Mahfouz begins first year
as head baseball coach
Coach Happy Mahfouz began his first year as
head baseball coach at LRU in the spring. The first
part of the season began with early season workouts
and getting the players into shape. Players tried
their hand at the positions they preferred, and then
Coach Mahfouz selected his first nine according to
the player's ability. The team practices daily at
Lamar Porter Boy's Baseball Park, while home
games are played at Fort Roots.
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Cheerleading squad sparks school's enthusiasm
Well, at least a few people can muster a little spirit.
The Trojan cheerleaders are the driving spirit
behind the basketball team. They are well versed in
the art of arousing the enthusiasm of the student body
at games. The girls are chosen after several weeks of
practice and try-out before experts. After their selec-
tion the girls spend a great deal of time learning
cheers and preparing routines. Virginia Booker was
captain of the cheerleaders and Sherry Kagle was
Trojan Cheerleaders: Front Row - Virginia Booker, captain, and Sherry Kagle, co-captain. Back Row - Barbee Berger
Debbie Bain, Sheila Brown, Susan Baird.
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another unbiased call during girls basketball game.
., Little Rock University. It gives every student the op-
portunity to participate in various organized sporting
events. Directors of the intramural program, Newman
McGee and Bettye Stephens, provided an excellent
schedule of events for the year, ranging from basket-
ball to bowling to bridge. A Sweepstakes Trophy is
presented at the end of the year to the team with the
most total points of intramural competition.
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Organizations add to activities of college life
Members of the University Theatre Guild rehearse for
a coming performance.
Little Rock University believes that a student or-
ganization should be of significant value to the stu-
dent in achieving his purpose as a member of the
University academic community and make a defi-
nite contribution to the fulfillment of the aims and
objectives of the University.
Organizations on campus are diverse, ranging
from religious, Where the student gains spiritual
strength and Christian fellowship to honorary, based
on certain qualifications which must be fulfilled for
membership, to departmental, where a student gains
experience and information about his field of in-
Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity during one of its regular meetings.
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Cardinal Key members hosted a dessert party for international students.
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Student Body President lim Munns and Vice-President Buck McKinney.
Confusion over officer eligibility disrupts Senate
Posters play a big part in the campaign for
Student Senate offices.
The legislative body of student government, the Senate, is
headed by a president and vice-president elected by the student
body. Each class selects a president and a men's and women's
senator. The secretary and treasurer are appointed by the Senate
president. The duties of the Senate are to establish rules and
regulations governing student organizations, promote the inter-
est of the students of LRU and sponsor various social activities.
Senate projects included freshman orientation, all-school dances,
and sponsorship of Homecoming and the Miss LRU pageant.
Only a small number of activities were held due to lack of funds
and motivation of Senate members. The President and Vice-presi-1
dent were ruled ineligible to serve the second semester due to
grades, and a special election was declared void due to the mud-
slinging tactics of the candidates. An acting president was later
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Weekly meetings are held to co-ordinate activities of the Senate.
The Grievance Committee served as an intermediary
between discontented students and the administra-
Barbara Sawrie was secretary-treasurer of the
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The ballots for freshman class officers are counted. Guess which were the lucky winners.
Student Senate members supervise voting during student elections.
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Brenda Dickerson fleftl served as editor of the 1969 TROJAN and Kay Hinkle frightj was co-editor. Mrs. Sue Pine, Ad-
visor, offered many helpful suggestions.
TROJAN presents pictorial account of year
The purpose of the TROJ AN is to present a vivid lines. Occasionally the effort was successful. Mrs.
picture of the year's activities. In the fall the staff Sue Pine, advisor, was always ready to guide the
was assembled and plans were made for the Work staff when the inevitable problems arose. The year-
that was to be done. The staff worked steadily to pro- book is a member of the Arkansas College Press As-
vide full coverage of events and to try to meet dead- sociation.
Susan Sinclair John Lammers Kathy Finch
Classes Editor Feature Writer Honors Editor
Brenda Dickerson -- TROJAN Editor
Don Carr - Art Editor
Wayne Bolick - Photographer
Kay Hinkle - Assistant Editor
Herschell Parent - Greek Editor
Eddie Birdsong - Sports Editor
Bill Echols - FORUM Editor
Dr. R. D. Wilson - Faculty Advisor
this year's FORUM
THE FORUM is the University news-
paper and is published bi-Weekly. It af-
fords excellent opportunities for practical
experience in news, sports, and feature
writing. THE FORUM staff prepares most
of the copy for the publication, but any
student may submit items for use therein.
THE FORUM is a member of the Arkan-
sas College Press Association and has
maintained a fine record in competition
with other college publications of the state.
Chairman of Publications Board Wayne Copeland - Assistant Editor
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Members of FORUM staff read an assortment of small publlcatlons to lncrease thelr knowledge and acqulre new zcleas
Warren Weldeman Publxcatlons Busmess Manager
Youth for Truth: First Row - Eddie Rogers fpresidentej, Hufsmith. Second Row - Ricky Bettle, Gary Caudle fsec-
Ralph Milholland fvice presidentl, Theresa Howell, Vicki retary-treasurerj, R. A. Cromwell fsponsorl.
Youth for Truth enjoy Young Democrats are
Christian fellowship active in party politics
Youth for Truth is an organization composed of
students who are members of the Church of Christ,
although students of any iaith may join. Weekly
meetings are held to allow students to have Christian
fellowship with one another. The group took presents
to needy families at Christmas as their special project.
Guest speakers are scheduled for future meetings.
Mr. Robert Cromwell is faculty sponsor, and presi-
dent of the organization is Eddie Rogers.
Young Democrats: First Row - Walter Hutchison fpresi-
dentj , Jim Greenwald, Jane Bennett, Jim 0'Hara, Judy Klae-
sen, Mickey Rush. Second Row - Herschell Parent, Robbie
The Young Democrats have been active in na-
tional, state, and local government the past year. Be-
ing an election year, it provided a real study of the
nature and procedure of party policies. Members of
the club were associated with the state Young Demo-
crats and sent two delegates to the state convention.
Margaret Crank was selected Miss Young Democrat
in a contest sponsored by the club. Dr. Calvin Led-
better, a member oi the State Legislature, is sponsor
of the organization.
Lafferty, John Hundley, Jimmy Bransford, Kent Foster.
Third Row - Phillip Shellaharger, Russ Staples, Don Gent.
Pi Delta Phi: First Row - Lissa Fiser Cpresidentl, Mary cy Vela fsecretary-treasureri, Marylou Martin. Third Row
Ann Meers, Mary Collier, Rosalie Cheatham fvice presi- - Miss Lucille Colaianni fsponsorl, Richard Swartz, Mrs.
dentj . Second Row - Patsy McKown, Dolly Hastings, Nan- Maryavis Parson fsponsorj.
National French honor society comes to campus
Epsilon Phi Chapter of Pi Delta Phi, national hon-
orary French fraternity, was initiated on the cam-
pus of Little Rock University on January ll, 1969.
Ceremonies were held at the Heritage House, follow-
ed by a banquet. Dr. Carroll Pell, Chairman of the
French Department at Memphis State University, rep-
resented the national headquarters at the installation.
Mr. Dahl, a native of France, gave an address after
the initiation concerning the changing French lan-
The purpose of the organization is to recognize
outstanding scholarship in the French language and
literature, to increase the knowledge and admiration
of Americans for the contributions of France to world
culture, and to stimulate and encourage such cultural
activities that will lead to a deeper appreciation of
France and its people.
There are four classes of membership: regular,
honorary, associate, and alumni. Regular member-
ship is composed of students with at least one upper
division course in French who rank in the upper 3571
of their class in general studies. Honorary member-
ship includes members of the French faculty and
other faculty members with a sincere interest in
French culture. Associate memberships are available
for those persons who have distinguished themselves
in their efforts to promote French culture, and alumni
members are former active members who have com-
pleted their formal studies in French.
The charter recognizing the Epsilon Phi Chapter of Pi Delta Phi honor society is read by Dr. Carroll Pell, French profes
sor at Memphis State University.
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Sword and Shield: First Row - John Lammers Cvice presi- - Dr. Bedford Hadley fsponsor and presidentl, Dr. Calvin
dentj, Gayle Fiser, Kay Hinkle, Susan Wilson. Second Row Ledbetter, Ashley Higgins, Don Carr.
Sword and Shield honors Phi Theta Kappa selects
scholastic achievements upper 10W of underclass
Sword and Shield is an honor organization for
juniors and seniors whose membership is based on
high scholastic achievement. Induction is held twice
a year, with selection from the upper 12W percent
of the senior class and the upper five percent of the
junior class. Sword and Shield is co-sponsor of the
Honors Night program which is held to honor the
outstanding seniors at Little Rock University. Dr.
Bedford K. Hadley is sponsor for the organization.
Phi Theta Kappa is composed of the top ten per
cent of the freshman and sophomore classes, and is a
local chapter of the National Scholastic Honor Socie-
ties of Junior Colleges. A student must be enrolled
for fifteen semester hours to be considered eligible
for membership. An initiation banquet is held each
April to honor new members. Phi Theta Kappa is co-
sponsor of Honors Night with Sword and Shield. Mrs.
Roslyn Donald is faculty sponsor.
Phi Theta Kappa: First Row - Theresa Howell fsecretaryj , fpresidentb , Jimmy Bransford, Larry Farmer, Robert Bunch
Patricia E. Heisler, Rosalie Cheatham, Lou Ann Clinton, Cvice presidentj, Randy Gates, Margaret Rozzell.
Rudy Gates, Johnny Fisher. Second Row - Mary Collier
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Hood and Tassel: First Row - Brenda Dickerson fpresidentl, Susan Wilson. Second Row - Jacqueline Kegeles, Vicki Tan-
ner, Kay Hinkle.
Hood and Tassel stresses
high scholarship standards
Hood and Tassel is an honorary scholastic or-
ganization for upper class women. To be eligible for
membership a student must be in the upper 35 per-
cent of her class, have completed at least 78 semester
hcfurs, and belong to at least three other campus or-
ganizations. Members are tapped at the Awards As-
sembly in the spring. Among Hood and Tassel pro-
jects are ushering at school plays and having a Smarty
Party for women on the Dean's List. Sponsors are
Mrs. Sue Pine and Dean Barbara Taegel.
Outstanding men chosen
for Katalia membership
Katalia, the rnenis leadership and scholarship or-
ganization on campus, includes the upper crust of the
male student body. Members are selected from the
junior and senior classes in the spring. To be eligible,
members must hold several offices in other organiza-
tions and must rank in the top one-third of their class.
One of the service projects of Katalia is to serve as
ushers for graduation. The only two-year member,
Senior Don Carr, is president. Richard B. Dixon is
the faculty liaison.
Katalia: Chip Fuller, Don Carr Cpresidentj, John Lamrners.
L'Alliance Francaise: First Row - Rosalie Cheatham fpres-
identj, Larry Prince fvice presidentj, Lissa Fiser fsecre-
interested in French
The purpose of L'Alliance Francaise is to pro-
mote interest in the French language, culture, and
customs among students. Sponsored by Miss Colai-
anni, the club came up with a special project this
year called "Table Francaise." At noon on the first
of each month members ofthe club meet in the French
lab, have lunch, and converse in French. President
is Rosalie Cheatham, Larry Prince is vice-president,
and Lissa Fiser is secretary.
taryj. Second Row - Miss Lucille Colaianni fsponsorj,
Janet Yarbrough, Pam Simmons, John Swaty.
La Sociedad Espanola
All students in Spanish classes or those who have
taken Spanish courses are eligible for membership in
La Sociedad Espanola. The purpose of the club is to
promote interest in the people of South and Central
America, their languages and customs. Members cor-
respond with students in Spanish speaking countries,
hear speakers from foreign countries, and observe
special holidays with social gatherings. Mrs. Mary-
avis Parson is sponsor of the organization.
La Sociedad Espanola: First Row - Mrs. Maryavis Parson retaryl, Rosalie Cheatham. Second Row - Sybil Smith
fsponsorj, Richard Swartz fpresidentl, Julie Walker fsec- Keats Dryden, Marilyn Robinson.
S.N.E.A.: First Row - Susan Wilson fpresidentj, Marilyn
Motley fvice presidentl , Joyce Gray fsecretaryl, Sheila At-
wood, Charlotte Sparrow, Martha Faulkner, Lisa Fiser.
Second Row - Jodell Buffalo, Loquita Reed, Leatha Mor-
row, Pat Daniel, Carol Ann Gent, Alice Rives, Dr. Rose
S.N.E.A. advances interest
of future school teachers
The Student National Education Association pro-
vides an opportunity for people entering the teaching
profession to gather and discuss current problems and
practices in education. The organization, which is the
college branch of the National Education Associa-
tion, aims to elevate character and advance interest
in the teaching profession. Membershp is open to
education majors and minors and future college in-
structors. Various guest speakers are a featured part
of the meetings of the club. A spring tea for elemen-
tary and secondary student teachers is the Associa-
tion's special annual event. The sponsor is Dr. Bose
A.C.E.: First Row - Beverly Bridges fsecretaryj, Gayle
Fiser fvice presidentl , Loquita Reed, Carol Hauk, Pat Dan-
iel, Alice Rives. Second Row - Jodell Buffalo, Phyllis Sla-
ton, Lois Wofford, Patricia LaMar, Rita Hitt, Leatha Mor-
Berry fsponsorl. Third Row - Phyllis Slaton, Lois Wof-
ford, Vicki Hufsmith, Kathy Guenther, Mary Campbell,
Rita Hitt. Fourth Row - Gayle Fiser, Beverly Bridges,
Carol Hauk, Patricia LaMar, Bill Doyle, Lou Ann Clinton,
Mrs. Benson Csponsorl.
A. C. E. Works for good
education of all children
The Association for Childhood Education is an
international organization for elementary education
majors. It is concerned with the development of chil-
dren up to 12 years of age. The purposes of the or-
ganization are: to promote desirable conditions, pro-
grams and practices in the elementary schools, to
raise the standard of preparation and academic
growth of teachers and other educational leadersg to
bring into active cooperation all groups concerned
with children in the home and community, and to in-
form the public of the needs of children and how the
school program must he adjusted to fit these needs.
row, Carol Ann Gent. Third Row - Martha Faulkner,
Charlotte Sparrow, Sheila Atwood, Bill Doyle, Susan Wilson,
Mary Campbell, Lou Ann Clinton.
Baptist Student Union: First Row - Marilyn Motley fpres-
identj, ,lim Hobbs fvice presidentj, Lou Ann Clinton fsec-
Baptist Student Union
The Baptist Student Union, sponsored by the
Southern Baptist churches, not only serves students
on campus but also reaches out into the community
at times. BSU presents a program of activities to pro-
mote spiritual and moral growth among Baptist stu-
dents. Through fund raising drives and contributions
of its membership, the BSU contributes to a coopera-
tive program to sponsor summer missionaries to the
United States and foreign countries.
retaryl . Second Row - Vivian Hayes, Rita Robinson, Shay-
ron Marchant, Jim Koontz.
The Wesley Foundation is under the direction of
the Methodist Church. It is an organization that pro-
vides opportunities for discussion, fellowship, and
devotional experiences for Methodist and other in-
terested students. Located near the campus, students
are free to spend leisure hours between classes in
their modern building. Wesley Foundation also spon-
sors many week-end activities for students.
Wesley Foundation: Matthew Sego fstudent directorl, James Sewell fdirector and campus ministerj, Dan Allbritton fpres
Alpha Kappa Psi Members: First Row - Mike Edelmann
fpresidentj , Ronald M. Kupers fvice presidentj, Mike Tay-
lor fsecretaryl, Joseph E. Tomboli, Mr. Ben Hardy fspon-
sorl. Second Row - Mr. James Butler fsponsorj, Don
Jones, Chad Hubbard, Robert Sisson, Dr. Lloyd Bowie
fsponsorj , Mike Kazcka.
Alpha Kappa Psi gives valuable business experience
Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest business fraternity
in the nation, was established at Little Rock Univer-
sity in 1965. Its aim is to give members experience in
business that will aid them in their careers. The Epsi-
lon Psi chapter at LRU is concerned with scientific
research in the fields of commerce, accounting, and
finance. Each year the local chapter sponsors its an-
nual "Career Day" at which time prominent business-
Alpha Kappa Psi Pledges: First Row - Tom Rogers, Jim
Burley, Larry Haskins, Wrarren Jones, Bill Shoemaker. Sec-
ond Row: - Robert J. Richardson, Tal Fitzhugh, John W.
men in the community discuss the fields of marketing,
management, finance, and accounting and stress
career opportunities in Arkansas. The organization
also operates the used book exchange each semester.
Alpha Kappa Psi sponsors are Dr. Bowie, Mr. Hardy,
and Mr. Butler. President of the fraternity is Mike
Edelmann, Ronald Kupers is vice president, and
Mike Taylor is secretary.
Prather, Jr., Robert Bunch, Jerry Wilson. Third Row -
John Barnett, Thomas Brown, Steve Doerr, William King,
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Pi Sigma Epsilon: First Row - Keath North fpresidentj,
John Keady fvice presidentj, Walter Hutchison fmember-
ship chairmanl, Stuart Vess fproject chairmanl, Mike
Simpson. Second Row - Joe Long, Jimmy Shoptaw, Philip
Pi Sigma Epsilon
Pi Sigma Epsilon is an organization founded for
the specific purpose of helping members gain experi-
ence in salesmanship. The fraternity engages in sales
projects in which funds are raised and the principles
of marketing and selling are applied objectively to
specific commodities and services. The fraternity sent
representatives to the national convention in March.
Keath North served as president, John Keady was
vice-president, and Garry Dyke was secretary. Faculty
sponsor is Mr. William Tadlock.
Math Club: First Row - Tom Weedman fpresidentj , Jeanie
Jones lsecretary-treasurerl , Paula Morris Cvice-presidentl ,
Wilson, Jimmy Bransford, Kenny Holmes. Third Row -
Mr. William Tadlock fsponsori , Jim Greenwald, Mr. James
Butler Csponsorl, James Callahan.
Math Club aims for
understanding of math
The Math Club, sponsored by Mrs. Emily Flem-
ing, aims toward promoting an interest in and an un-
derstanding of mathematics. The Club manned tutor-
ing sessions this year which were open to all students
in mathematics, and each year it sponsors the '6Toys
for Tots" drive on campus. Officers include Tom
Weedmen, president, Paula Morris, vice-president,
and Jeannie Jones, secretary-treasurer.
Cheryl Cobb., Glenda Cale. Second Row - Mike Pyron, Jim-
my Bransford, Larry W. Haskins.
Women's Recreation Association: First Row - Susan Baird,
Barbee Berger, Gail Glover Cpresidentj, Ann Bledsoe fvice-
presidentj, Laney Pamplin, Patti Massey, Martha Sawrie.
Second Row - Sherry Kagle, Debbie Bain, Linda Duncan,
Margaret Crank, Rosalie Cheatham, Becky Morris. Third
WBA encourages women's
participation in sports
Women's Recreation Association serves to en-
courage the entire women student body to participate
in organized athletic events and also to encourage
participation in other forms of wholesome active rec-
reation. The physical education department provides
facilities for such competition and recreation. Mem-
bership is open to any woman. The Club is sponsored
by Mrs. Frith and Mrs. Stephens.
Physical Education Club: First Row - Mrs. Frith fspon-
sorj , Ann Bledsoe fpresidentj . Second Row - Becky Mor-
Row - Pam Simmons, Janet McLemore, Sheila Brown,
Mary ,lo Marks, Betty Stephens fsponsorj , Virginia Booker.
Fourth Row - Becky Robertson, Donna Scott, Pam Lace-
field, Sharon Diemer, Taffy Hain.
promoted by Physical
The Physical Education Club is an organization
composed of physical education majors and minors.
The club encourages active participation in athletics
by its members, and the organization plans numerous
activities together. One of their major events was a
weekend camp out.
ris ftreasurerl, Pam Lacefield Csecretaryj, Sharon Diemer
Phi Alpha Theta: First Row - Ashley Higgins fpresidentj, fsponsorj, Dr. Calvin Ledbetter, John Lammers, Dr. Carey
Don Carr fvice-presidentj, Susan Wilson fsecretary-treas- Stabler.
urerj, Sybil Smith. Second Row - Dr. Bedford Hadley
Phi Alpha Theta honors Sigma Delta Pi national
outstanding history honor Spanish fraternity
The Iota Zeta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta na-
tional honor society recognizes faculty members and
students who have distinguished themselves scholas-
tically and who manifest a special interest in history.
Student members are required to have a 3.5 grade
point average in history courses and have taken a
minimum of twelve hours of history. Dr. Bedford K.
Hadley is faculty sponsor, and officers are Ashley
Higgins, president, Don Carr, vice-president, and
Susan Wilson, secretary-treasurer.
Zeta Sigma chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, national
honorary Spanish fraternity, was installed on the
cmpus of LRU in the spring of 1968. The member-
ship is composed of students actively enrolled in
Spanish courses who have maintained a "B" average
and have completed at least one literature course in
Spanish. A 2.75 average must be maintained in all
other courses. Honorary memberships are composed
of professors of Spanish. Attempts are being made to
promote associations with people from Spanish speak-
ing countries in order to broaden their awareness of
Sigma Delta Pi: First Row - Rosalie Cheatham, Miss Lucille Colaianni fsponsorl, Larry Prince. Second Row -- Mrs.
Maryavis Parson fsponsorl, Richard Swartz, Nancy Vela.
Cardinal Key: - First Row - Jackie Kegels, Donna Da- Susan Wilson, Jane McKinney. Third Row - Vicki Tanner,
vidson Cvice-presidentj, Vicki Hufsmith fpresidentj, Rosa- Brenda Dickerson, Robbie Laiferty, Sheila Atwood, Linda
lie Cheatham. Second Row - Kay Hinkle, Sandy Veches, Scoville.
Colony of Cardinal Key service club organized
LRU's colony of Cardinal Key was established in
the fall of 1968 with a total of 19 charter members.
The organization is a group for women of at least
junior status in American colleges and universities
who are leaders in the college community and who
are deemed potential leaders in the future. A na-
tional honor society, it was founded in 1932. There
are presently over 30 active chapters in 16 states.
Purposes of Cardinal Key are to recognize
achievement in scholarship and extra-curricular ac-
tivitiesg to advance personal growth, patriotism and
service by affording training for leadership in the
college community, and to develop Worthy character
by application of the Cardinal virtues to living.
A major project of the local colony this year has
been working with the international students on cam-
pus, helping them in making college adjustments.
These students were entertained with a coke party
and dinner and were assisted with their studies by
members of Cardinal Key.
Faculty sponsors are Mrs. Sue Pine and Dean
The International Students and Cardinal Key members become acquainted at a party given in honor of the new international
Alpha Delta Sigma: First Row - Alf Carter ftreasurerj, Colleen Schay, John Keady. Third Row - Joe Long, .lim
Warren Weideman, Jacqueline Kegeles, Mike Simpson, Riley, Alan Ables, Gene G. McCoy Csponsorl.
Stuart Vess. Second Row - .lane McKinney, Philip Wilson,
Advertising experience gained at ADS workshop
Alpha Delta Sigma is a national professional ad-
vertising fraternity designed to bridge the gap be-
tween the classroom and professional advertising ex-
perience. Members of ADS are associated with pro-
fessional advertising practitioners as ustudenti' mem-
bers of the Little Rock Advertising Club and as "asso-
ciate" members of the American Advertising Federa-
tion. ADS is empowered to initiate into Gamma Al-
pha Chi, national professional women's advertising
organization, women students who meet the scholastic
and professional standards of the organization. All
ADS and GAX professional and social activities are
participated in by all members. Requirements for
membership are completion of at least 45 semester
hours with a minimum of a 2.25 grade point average,
and a degree plan that includes either a major or
minor in advertising. To gain a better understanding
of the advertising profession, the members of Alpha
Delta Sigma went to a weekend advertising workshop
at Texas A 8i M. Gene G. lVlcCoy, owner of a local
advertising firm and LRU faculty member, is sponsor.
Gene G. McCoy hands out awards at DECA meeting in Little Rock.
Veterans Club: First Row - Kenneth R. Martin fpresi- Second Row - Alvin L. Allen fsponsorj, Danny Timm,
dentll, Stuart A. Trent fsecretaryj, Charles L. Shaw John E. Tebbetts, Jr., William R. Bell, Jr. fD.A.V. repre-
ftreasurerj , Ralph Ward fpublicity and public relationsl . sentativej and E. Terry Green.
Veterans Club newly organized on LRU campus
Veterans Club members sponsored a drive to send gift pacs
to servicemen in Vietnam.
VE TERAN5 CWB
On November 25, 1968 the Little Rock
University Veterans' Club was recognized as
a campus organization. Mr. Alvin Allen and
Mr. William Gran serve as co-sponsors.
Problems that confront a veteran when he
returns to school are many and varied. These
were discussed over a cup of coffee in the Stu-
dent Union and by talking with veterans, it
was discovered that such an organization was
Purpose of the club is to provide educa-
tional, economic and social guidance for LRU
veterans. On March 12, 13 and 14 the club
sponsored a :fund drive for Vietnam gift pacs.
These contained many items which had been
requested by the front line troops. Enough
money was collected to send 30 gift pacs to
Charle Company, Second Batallion, 173rd
Officers are Charles Shaw, presidentg
Ralph Ward, vice president, Stuart Trent,
secretary and Dave Webb, sergeant at arms.
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Johnson, Chip Carrigan, Martha Allan, Ron Boswell, Rick Murphy, Carlos Summers, Ed Creenings, Kelly Bowen,
Fraser, Gordon Bell, Mike Young, Mike Terry, Don Kramer, Neil Teeter.
James Burgett, Randy Herlocker, Danny Johnston, Benny
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Hand Bell Trio: David Horned, Elizabeth Berg, Jerry Hatfield
Hand Bell Trio Woodwind Ensemble
The ringing of English hand bells is a unique The woodwind ensemble is another musical group
and new musical activity at the University. Outstand- on campus. It is composed of music majors and in-
ing teamwork, plus all the fine musical skills neces- structors. The group spends much time practicing for
sary for professional quality performance are pre- presentations before various city organizations. The
requisites for fine hell ringing. The group performed group complements the total activities of the Depart-
before various civic audiences during the spring ment of Instrumental Music.
semester. lVIaryBelle Nissly directs the new ensemble.
Woodwind Ensemble: MaryBelle Nissly, Charles Young, Leonard Johnson, Patrick Daniels
University Theatre Guild: First Row - Warren Weideman sorl , Suzy Garrison, Steve Mourning, John Rule, Mike Mc-
f vice presidenti, Mayna Fish, Donna Lansdowne, Angie Carroll, Janet Saulters fsecretaryJ. Third Row - Brad
Robinson, Tommy Pace, Barbara Hall, Suzanne Akins, Caro- Derouen, Henry Miller, Dave Parrish, Jym Koontz, Jeff
lyn Curry fsponsori. Second Row - Clifford Haislip fspon- LaCaze, Jim Munns.
66My Three Angels" opens play productions
University Theatre Guild is composed of students Angels" and '4The Lion in Winter." The club also
interested and active in dramatic presentations. Par- sponsors summer theatre presentations. The highlight-
ticipation may range from acting to technical produc- of the year is a spring awards banquet which recog-
tion. UTC sponsored the productions of c'My Three nizes outstanding actors, actresses, and technicians.
Jenny Fetzek looks on in surprise that Jeff LaCaze and Jane McKinney don't.
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Alpha Psi Omega: First Row - Mayna Fish, Warren Weide- Barbara Hall, Jeff LaCaze fpresidentj , Steven Mourning,
man, Angie Robinson, Janet Saulters, Tommy Pace. Second .lim Munns.
Row - Carolyn Curry fsponsorj, Cliff Haislip fsponsorj,
Alpha Psi Omega is honorary dramatics fraternity
Alpha Psi Omega, an honorary dramatic fratern- the organization is the highest honor attainable by
ity, participates in and supports all dramatic activi- drama students. Jeff LaCaze is president, Warren
ties on campus. To gain membership, one must suc- Weideman, vice-president, and Janet Saulters, secre-
cessfully appear in several plays and must he recom- tary. Sponsors are Clifford Haislip and Carolyn
mended by the Drama Department. Acceptance into Curry.
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Seventeen Make W'ho's Who
In American Colleges and Universities
Membership in Whois W'ho Among Students in
American Colleges and Universities is a national
honor conferred on only one-half of one percent of
all the country's college students. Selection is made
on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, character,
service, and academic and extra-curricular leadership.
LRU students were nominated by members of the
faculty. All nominations were reviewed by a faculty-
student committee and were then sent to the national
organization for approval.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Hood and Tassel, Treas-
urerg Sword and Shieldg Dean's Listg Phi Theta Kappa,
Rockefeller Foundation Scholarshipg Assistant Editor of
TROJANg Deanis Counselor, and Young Republicans.
Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President, Phi Alpha Theta,
Vice Presidentg Katalia, Presidentg Sword and Shield,
Student Relations Committeeg Dean's Listg Dean's Coun-
selor, and TROJAN Staff.
Chi Omega Sorority, President, Panhellenic Coun-
cil, Treasurerg Dean's Listg Student Senateg Dean's
Counselorg Women's Recreation Associationg Young
Democrats, Secretary-Treasurerg Foreign Relations
Student Senateg Junior Class Presidentg Young Demo-
crats, Vice Presidentg Dean's List, Varsity Debating Teamg
Dean's Counselorg FORUM Staff, Sigma Nu Fraternityg
Senior 'Awards Committee.
Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Presidentg Panhellenic Coun-
cil, Vice Presidentg Newman Clubg Chief Justice of the
Constitutional Courtg Student Senate, Secretaryg Hood and
Tassel: Sword and Shieldg Dean's Listg Dean's Counselorg
Who's Wl10, 1967.
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Commanderg Dean's Listg Inter-
fraternity Councilg Dean's Counselorg Student Activities
Committeeg Kappa Kappa Psig LRU Band.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Vice-Presidentg Hood
and Tassel, Presidentg Sword and Shieldg Dean's Listg Phi
Theta Kappa, Secretaryg Dean's Counselorg TROJAN Edi-
torg Cardinal Key.
Phi Theta Kappa, Vice Presidentg Kataliag Phi Alpha
Thetag Sword and Shield, Vice Presidentg Dean,s Listg
Varsity Golf Team INATA District l7 lndividual Charn-
pionl g TROJAN Staffg Newman Club.
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President: Cardinal Kev. Presidentq Student Senateg
Dean's Listg SNEAg WRAg Student Activities Com-
mitteeg and Chairman of Miss LRU Pageant.
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Senior Men's Senatorg Young Republicansg Sigma Nu
Fraternitv: Interfraternitv Council, Presidentg Varsitv Bas-
ketball '66g Dean's Listg University Theatre Guildg FORUM
Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Presidentg Trojan Beautyg
Panhellenic Council, Presidentg Dean's Counselorg Con-
stitutional Courtg Dean's Listg Young Republicansg Student
Traffic Courtg Student Affairs Committee.
Student Senate: Sigma Nu Fraternityg FORUM Staffg
Chief Justice of Constitutional Courtg TROJAN Staffg
Dean's List: Outstanding Intramural Player Award 67-683
NANCY KAY GATES
LRU Choirg Best Newcomer to the Theater, 65-66g Al-
pha Psi Omegra, Presidentg Phi Theta Kappag Miss Little
Rock University, 65-663 Hood and Tasselg Cheerleaderg
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liag University Choir, Student Directorg Phi Mu Alphag
LRU Organ Guild.
Student Body Vice President, Katalia, Kappa Sigma
Fraternity, Dean's List, Young Republicans, Dean's
Counselor, Academic Calendar Committee, Interfra-
Pi Beta Phi, President, Panhellenic Council, President,
Dean's List, WRA, SNEA, Young Democrats, Senior
Awards Committee, Dean's Counselor.
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Parties and bids highlight Rush Week activities
With the coming of September, the eight national
fraternities and sororities on the LRU campus began
making preparations for rush. The sororities held
rush for four days, beginning September l. Coke
parties were held for two days, followed by a day of
skit parties and ending with the preferential parties,
where the rushee goes to the two sororities she would
most like to pledge. Bids were extended the next day,
with Dean Taegel matching the choices of the sorori-
ties and rushees.
Men's rush usually takes place a few weeks after
school begins. Round robin nsmokers' are held, which
are followed by a preferential 'gsmokerf' Men's rush
is under the direction of Dean Jerry Corley.
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H1 rickety rackety roo, Whats the matter Wlth
Sigma Nu?" Well, for one thing . . .
Mary Cockrill entertains rushees at the Pi Phi skit
party with a song and dance from the Roaring 2O's.
I.F.C. makes rules governing fraternities
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Rush tables were set up during registration with rushees
being given information regarding rules and regulations
The Interfraternity Council is made up of three
representatives of each of the four fraternities on cam-
pus. The purpose of the organization is to make rules
and policies governing the fraternities and to define
the rush regulations under which all the fraternities
must operate. The IFC publishes a booklet which gives
information concerning each of the fraternities and is
helpful to freshmen going through rush. Meetings
are held each Week under the direction of Jerry Cor-
ley, Dean Of Men. David Pake served as president of
the Interfraternity Council.
lnterfraternity Council: First Row - David Pake Cpresi- Frank Hamlin. Second Row - Phillip Shellabarger, Pat Bo-
dentl , Robert Borecky fvice-presidentl , Buddy Olinghouse dishbaugh, Rogers Faust, Mike Edelmann, Don Gent.
fsecretaryl, Randy Herlocker Ctreasurerl , Richard English,
Panhellenic establishes policies for sororities
The Panhellenic Council is the principal ad-
visory and governing hoard for the four national
women's sororities on the Little Rock University
campus. Each sorority has two representatives on
the Panhellenic Council. The council realizes its
responsibilities to the college campus as a social
organization for setting and maintaining high
scholastic achievement is part of their program,
and a trophy is given each year to the sorority
with the highest grade point average.
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Hamilton, Vicki Hufsmith, Jane McKinney fpresidentl.
Simmons, Donna Scott, Martha Sawrie. Second Row - Mary Alice
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Gamma Zeta chapter of Chi Omega had a very
successful year, winning the Sigma Nu Relays, the
Pike Toilet Bowl float trophy, and placing first in
Aulsing. Sheila Atwood and Nancy McClenathan
were Senior and Freshman Women's Senators, re-
spectively. Barbara Sawrie served as secretary-treas-
urer of the Student Senate. Robbie Lafferty was se-
lected for Who's Who and was in Cardinal Key. Mar-
garet Crank was chosen Miss Young Democrat, while
Melady Williams was in the Homecoming Court.
Judy Laman was honored by being chosen Pike
Dream Girl. The year's activities were climaxed by
the annual Chi Omega Carnation Ball held in April.
Os pose in their skit costumes before the rush party begins.
Mary ,lane Atkinson
Mary Ann Roachell
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Tri Delta has busy and successful year
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President - --- .... ,.--- - -
---- Carla Hagenbeck
---- Nancy Luptak
Vice President ....
T1'e3,5111'e1' --. --N,.,-... Margaret ROZZCH
President ----- K ---,,-- --- Virginia Booker
Vice President --- .,... Linda Morehart
Segretary --,A---- -,, Linda Wooldridge
Treasurer -- ..-.. Di-H118 Redd
Obviously these girls aren't squares.
Phi Chi chapter of Delta Delta Delta again has
exhibited the year as one of its best. For the second
year Jacqueline Kegeles was selected for Who's Who,
along with Jane McKinney. J acquie and Carla Hagen-
beck were initiated into Sword and Shield and Mar-
garet Rozzell was in Phi Theta Kappa. Virginia
Booker was cheerleader captain, and Judy Eudy and
Sandra Veches served on the Student Senate. lVlima
Cazort was Queen of the Pi Kappa Alpha Toilet Bowl,
while Pam W'illiams was in the homecoming court.
Tri Delta sponsored the district Junior Miss pageant,
has made monthly contributions to the Youth Home,
and took part in the Heart Fund Drive. Highlighting
their activities was a trip to the Oklahoma State Uni-
versity chapter. The Fall Pledge Presentation Tea,
the Pine Party at Christmas, and the Gold and White
Ball were just a few of the social activities enjoyed
by Tri Delts.
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OFFICERS The year was filled with fun, service, and honors
Treasurer -- --
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The fall pledge class of Kappa Kappa Gamma is shown in front of their pledge house, a building which was designed
especially for their use.
ond place in Aulsing and were again holders of the
scholarship trophy. Epsilon Theta chapter was
hostess for their province convention in April, which
was attended by Kappas from a three state area. Many
individual honors Went to Kappas. Candace Feather-
ston was a Trojan Beauty, while Sherry Kagle served
as cheerleader co-captain. Melanie VanZandt was a
member of the Homecoming Court. Kay Hinkle and
Brenda Dickerson were chosen for Who's Who, and
were also in Sword and Shield and Hood and Tassel.
They were in Cardinal Key, along with Carol Tabor
and Rosalie Cheatham. As part of their service pro-
gram, the sorority collected money for the Heart
Fund and aided the Youth Home.
Jo Ann Johnson
Sarah Jane Moseley
Melanie Van Zandt
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The year proved to be one of fun and excitement
for the Pi Phis. In October the Pledge Presentation
Dance was held at the Marion Hotel. Preceding the
dance all members and their dates attended a dinner
party at Pleasant Valley Country Club. The Pi Phi
pledges, along with the Sigma Nu pledges, held a
Halloween Party at the Methodist Children's Home. A
spring outing in Hot Springs was held in April. Sev-
eral Pi Phis received honors. Barbee Berger was a
cheerleader and in the Homecoming Court. Other
cheerleaders were Debbie Bain, Susan Baird, and
Sheila Brown. Vicki Hufsmith and Kay Graham were
in Who's Who and Cardinal Key, in which Vicki
served as president.
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Grand Master ..... ..... ...- .l 0 hn MHW11
Grand Procurator --- .......- TOIH Head
Grand Scribe ....- --- Buck McKinney
Grand Treasurer - ......... Buddy Olinghouse
Grand Master --- ....-....... Buck MCKiI1I1CY
Grand Procurator -- .... Richard English
Grand Scribe --- --- Mark Sitlington
Grand Treasurer , ..... Joe Barron
The strength of Kappa Sigma lies in its age, his-
tory and uniqueness. Kappa Sigma was founded in the
United States on December 10, 1869 at the Univer-
sity of Virginia. The Fraternity stresses scholarship
which is one of their goals. An abiding belief in God
and a strong faith are essential in the Fraternity. Kap-
pa Sigma Buck McKinney was honored by being se-
lected Student Body Vice-president and selected for
Who's Who. Johnny Fisher was in Phi Theta Kappa.
The Kappa Sigma Christmas formal and the spring
Figi Islander party are but two of their many ac-
tivities. Service activities included collecting for the
Heart Fund and giving an Easter party at St. Ioseph's
Kappa Sig's and dates live it up at their "Hang 'em high" party.
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The action was fast and furious between members and pledges in the
Pi Kappa Alpha hosts annual Toilet Bowl
Entering its fifth year on the LRU campus, Zeta
Eta chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha boasted many activi-
ties. During the fall semester a Roaring 20's Party,
Playboy Party and joint social affair with all Pike
chapters in Arkansas were held. The second term be-
gan with a New Year's Eve Party and was followed
by the Founders' Day Banquet and Dream Girl Form-
al at which Judy Laman of Chi Omega was announced
as Dream Girl.
The first annual Toilet Bowl was held this year
- a game between Pike members and pledges. The
fraternity won the scholarship trophy for the second
consecutive year. The fall pledge class served the
community by painting the fence at the Little Rock
Secretary .................-...... Pete Cooper
J. D. Morris
---- Don Cent
Pike pledges are shown before the football game against the members. the highlight of the day's Toilet Bowl festivities.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Year of progress highlighted by new house
President ...... ......... M ike Edelmann
Vice President .... ........ K erry McDonnell
Secretary .......... ............ J ohn Norrell
Treasurer .... .............-. R ay Weber
President ...... ........ - -- David Pake
Vice President .... ..... - -- David Stewart
Secretary ...... .... .... J i m Porter
Treasurer --- -- .... Bill Howard
Arkansas Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
enjoyed one of its finest years since its arrival on
LRU's campus in 1965. The men of SAE continued to
lead the way in campus activities. Mike Edelmann
served as Senior Class President and was selected for
Who's Who. John Norrell provided experience as
Sophomore Men's Senator, and David Pake served as
President of the Interfraternity Council. Service pro-
jects to the community, one of SAE's strong points,
were manifest in a Halloween party for crippled chil-
dren, the Christmas "Toys for Tots" campaign, and
an Easter egg hunt for orphans. Social events includ-
ed the Summer New Year's Eve Party, Por White
Trash Catfish Fry, and the annual Old South Ball.
Mike Edelmann, President of Arkansas Beta chapter of SAE, is assisted in the ribbon cutting ceremony for their new lodge
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January 1, 1969 marked 100 years since the
founding of Sigma Nu fraternity. Eta Xi chapter cele-
brated the occasion with a banquet at Coachman's
Inn. In the field of athletics, student government, and
student life, Sigma Nu excelled. The annual Relays
were held, and Sigma Nu won Aulsing for the third
straight year. Snakes Eddie Birdsong, Bill Echols,
J im O'Hara, Bob Younts, and David Kaufman served
on the Student Senate. Sigma Nu's chosen for Who's
VVho were Eddie Birdsong, Bill Echols, Randy Her-
locker, and .lim O'Hara. The Sigma Nu's enjoyed
many social activities throughout the year. The Ship-
wreck Party was held in the fall, and the annual
White Rose Sweetheart Formal was held in the
spring. Among their service projects were parties at
the Methodist Children's Home and Arkansas Chil-
The Sigma Nus observed their 100th anniversary with a memorial service
who is buried in Little Rock.
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Officers of the Board are: Chairman, E. Grainger Williams, Companyg and Secretary, Harold J. Engstrom Jr., Engineer,
President of Williams and Rosen, lnc.g Vice-Chairman, H.
Tyndall Dickinson, President of lVIcGeorge Construction
Board of Trustees works for betterment of LRU
The Little Rock University Board of Trustees,
ever mindful of the best interests of the school, is
made up of thirteen greater Little Rock business and
professional men who are responsible for making
Dr. VV. G. Cooper, Jr. Robert D. Lowry
Physician Chairman of the Board
National Old Line Insurance Co.
policies and rules which govern the institution. They
will become the Board of Visitors of the University
of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Vice-President and Treaf
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President of the University
DR. CAREY V. STABLER is this year completing
twelve years as President of Little Rock University. Born
in Thorsby, Alabama,'he received B.S. and M.A. degrees
from the University of Alabama and the Ph.D. from Duke
University. ln 1965 he received an honorary LL.D. from
Selected as uGreater Little Rock Man of the Year" in
1963, Dr. Stabler is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and is
listed in "W'ho's Who in America."
Professional and civic activities are as follows: Chair-
man, Board of Directors of the Little Rock Branch of the
Federal Reserve Bank, 1965-19675 president of the Arkan-
sas chapler of the United Nations Association, 1964-1965g
president of the Little Rock Rotary Club, 1965-1966 and
Fellow International Institute of Arts and Letters.
The Uffiee of the President
MR. CARTHAL M. HARPER is Administrative Assistant
to the President. He joined the staff in 1966 and is in-
volved in working to obtain federal programs for the Uni-
versity. He is a graduate of State College of Arkansas and
has done post-graduate work at the University of Colorado.
MRS. SUE PINE is Director of Public Relations. She
also serves as advisor to the TROJAN and to Hood and
Tassel and Cardinal Key. She is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Arkansas, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi,
Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa.
Mrs. Pine is active in the Little Rock Altrusa-Club.
SUE ANN BEAVERS serves as secretary to Mrs. Pine
and PHYLLIS YOUNG is secretary to Dr. Stabler.
Office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs
MR. CHARLES E. LaMAR is Administrative Assist-
ant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, having
previously served as counselor, psychometrist and in-
structor in psychology.
His degrees were received from Baylor University.
He serves as Director of the Evening Division, Director
of LRAFB Education Program and as coordinator of
continuing education program.
DR. NORMAN A. BAXTER serves as Vice President
for Academic Affairs. A Harvard graduate, Dr. Baxter came
to LRU in 1966 after a year as a Seatlantic Fund Fellow in
In his third year at Little Rock University, he has led the
faculty in its endeavors to build a base for a major univer-
sity in the educational and cultural center for a growing
One of the duties of Dr. Norman Baxter, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, is to preside at faculty meetings
DONNA ANDERSON is secretary to Dr. Baxter and
,J JANIS GEORGE is secretary to Mr. LaMar.
Office of the Vice-President for Finance
MR. F. L. ROBINSON, Vice President for Finance, has
served on the LRU administrative staff for twelve years. He
holds degrees from State College of Arkansas and the Uni-
versity of Arkansas and is listed in "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Educationn and "Whois Who in Commerce and ln-
Mr. Robinson is a member of 'the advisory council, Stu-
dent Union Board and Commencement committee.
Community activities include Rotary Club, Board of
Stewards of the Methodist Church and treasurer of LRU's
Wesley Foundation Board.
MR. BURL WESTLAKE, the Little Rock University Ac-
countant, is responsible for preparing all financial records
and accounting reports. He holds the B.S.B.A. from LRU.
MR. LOUIS DUELMER, a graduate of State College of
Arkansas, is LRU's Purchasing Agent. Mr. Duelrner joined
the stalf during this past year.
The following are on the staff of the Vice President for BREWER, Accounts Receivable Clerkg NORINE NEW-
Financeg MARY RHOADES, Bookkeeperg LINDA SENN, COMB, Machine Operatorg SUZANNE TINKLE, Payroll
Secretary to Mr. Robinsong and standing: MARILEE Clerk and MARY LUE KEYSACKER, PBX Operator.
FAYE ADDIE, Central Stores and Print
Shop Supervisor, operates this facility, dis-
pensing campus supplies and printing.
Office of Student Personnel
MRS. SYBIL ROBINSON is completing her first year
as LRU's Director of Student Aid. A graduate of State Col-
lege of Arkansas, she administers all programs of loans,
grants and part-time employment.
Mrs. Robinson serves as president of the LRU Faculty
Wives Club and is active in Altrusa Club of Little Rock,
Delta Kappa Gamma and Phi Mu Alumnae Club.
DR. ROBERT D. WILSON joined the administrative
staff this year as Dean of Students and Admissions. He
holds a B.S. degree from the University of South Carolina,
M.S. from the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School and Ph.D.
from University of Mississippi.
Dr. Wilson holds membership in Phi Delta Kappa, Amer-
ican Personnel and Guidance Association, American Col-
lege Personnel Association and National Association of Stu-
dent Personnel Administrators.
He serves as chairman of the Admissions Committee and
Publications Board and is a member of the Scholarship
and Student Aid Committee.
MRS. BARBARA TAEGEL is Dean of Women and As-
sistant Professor of Physical Education.
Mrs. Taegel is sponsor of the Student Senate, Panhel-
lenic, Hood and Tassel, and Cardinal Key. She is a mem-
ber of the Student Union Board and Chairman of Traffic
Committee, Who's VVho, and Senior Awards Committees.
Dean Taegel is a member of Altrusa, National Associa-
tion of Women's Deans and Counselors, Arkansas Personnel
and Guidance Association and Arkansas School Counselors
Dean of Men, MR. JERRY D. CORLEY, is completing
his fourth year at LRU. He serves as Director of Testing,
Instructor of Teacher Education and advisor to the Inter-
Mr. Corley is a native of McLeod, Texas and received
his degrees from Kilgore .lunior College and East Texas
Professional memberships include American Personnel
Working in the Student Personnel Office are:
SUE AIST, Secretary to Dr. Wilsong DOROTHY
MERGENSCHRAER, Financial Aid Secretaryg
ANITA ALLEN, Receptionist to Student Person-
nel Services, from right to left.
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Office of the Registrar
DR. DUDLEY S. BEARD has been LRU's Registrar for
eleven years. He is a native of Mt. Vernon, New York.
His degrees were earned at Millsaps College and the
University of Mississippi.
In addition to serving as Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity ad-
visor at LRU, Dr. Beard serves as a member of the curri-
culum and admissions committees and as the LRU golf
He is a past president of the Arkansas Association of
Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
Working in the Office of the Registrar are: KATHY VAN HOOK, recorderg MARY ALYCE SCANNELL, secretary to
Dr. Beardg and GIGI MORRISON, recorder.
John A Larson Library
MR. JAMES A. ALLEN is completing his fourth year as
Librarian. He was formerly associated with Louisiana Col-
lege at Pineville and LSU Library, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
He is a native of Alexandria and a graduate of Louisiana
At LRU he is Chairman of the faculty Library Commit-
Professional memberships include the American Associ-
ation of University Professors, American Library Associa-
tion, Arkansas Library Association, and Southwest Library
Librarv personnel are DOROTHY G WOODS Acquisi JUDY LESTER, Reference and Public Catalog Librarian,
t1on Secretary MARGARETB MOSER Catalog Llbrarlan DOROTHY G. RUSSELL, Secretaryg MARY G. STUR-
FRANCES CANTWELL Assistant Catalog Librarian GEON, Serials Librarian.
The newly installed Computer Center began
operations in March. It provides a service depart-
ment for campus, servicing registration and assist-
ing in business records. Time is provided for stu-
dents enrolled in the ulntroduction to Computers"
class to run their programs and some faculty
members have begun to utilize the center for pro-
PHIL ORAHOOD serves as Director of Data Processing.
CHARLENE ROGERS is Keypunch Supervisor.
Bookstore Clerks are HAZEL MCATEE and STUART TRENT.
MRS. VELDA MELVILLE is serving her eighth year as
Director of Food Services. As such she coordinates the snack
bar and cafeteria programs. Mrs. Melville is a member of
Student Union Board.
MRS. MAYBETH JOHNSTON became Student
Union Director and Bookstore Manager in 1958 after
having attended Little Rock Junior College and gradu-
ating from the University of Arkansas.
She is a member of the Student Union Board, is
chairman of the Commencement Committee and serves
as Delta Delta Delta advisor.
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Professor of Biology
WILLIAM EVANS MARY ANN
Assistant Professor FOSTER
DR. JAMES H. FRIBOURGH, Chairman of the
Division of Biological Sciences, is listed in Who's
Who in the South and Southwest", '6American Men in
Science", "Leaders in American Science", "VVho's
Who in American Education", "Arkansas Lives" and
"Dictionary of International Biography".
He is past president of the Arkansas Academy of
Science, past president of the Arkansas Conference of
American Association of University Professors, form-
er state director of the National Association of Biol-
ogy Teachers and of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science.
Dr. Fribourgh is a vestry member of the Episco-
pal Church and a member of the Ouachita Girl Scout
Council. He has published numerous articles in pro-
fessional journals, particularly in the areas of fish
culture and empbryological basis of behavior.
BONNIE GRANT CLARENCE ROBERT WATSON
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DR. LLOYD W. BOWIE, Chairman of the Divi-
sion of Business and Economics, is a member of Iota
Phi scholastic fraternity and has been l-isted in "VVho's
Who in the Midwest".
Dr. Bowie works with Alpha Kappa Psi and
Young Republicans on campus and serves on the cur-
riculum committee as chairman of the Student Union
He joined the LRU faculty in 1961. He is a mem-
ber of the Little Rock Advertising Club, Sales and
Marketing Executives, Purchasing Agents Associa-
LLOYD W. BOWIE
Dr. Butler offers an interesting approach to the old money problem.
tion, American Economics Association, American In-
stitute of Management and American Management As-
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JAMES BUTLER DON R. W. J. GALANTE B. A. HARDY GENE G. McCOY
Assistant Professor FLETCHER Lecturer Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Economics Lecturer Economics Business and Advertising
INEZ MARTIN RAY ROBBINS ROY SMITH JOHN TODD ERNEST H.
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor WHITE
Economics Business Accounting Management Assistant Professor
Timed dictation is a big part of the shorthand class taught by Mrs. Powell.
Division of Fine Arts
DR. JOHN G. HUGHES, JR. joined the LRU
faculty in September as Chairman of the Division of
Fine Arts .
Coming to the campus from Union University,
where he had been since 1952, serving as head of the
Department of Music and then Chairman of the Divi-
sion of Fine Arts, he holds the B.A. degree from
Southwestern at Memphis, the M.S. from Juilliard
School of Music and the Ph.D. from Florida State
Dr. Hughes holds membership in Alpha Psi
Omega, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi
Kappa Lambda, American Musicological Society and
the National American Association of Composers and
He has presented organ recitals in the east, soutl
and mid-west and has conducted numerous choirs and
Creativity comes forth in sculpture classes offered as a part of the art curriculum.
The ability to recognize ones voice on tape IS acquired through practice in speech class
JOHN GLENN METCALF
Division of Humanities
DR. HAROLD l. WOOLARD is completing his
third year as Chairman of the Division of Humanities.
Since 1957 he has served as Registrar, Dean of Stu-
dents and Dean of the University.
His birthplace was Stillwater, Oklahoma and his
degrees are from Southwestern College in Kansas
and the University of Denver.
Dr. Woolard is listed in uWho's Who in Amer-
ica", "Whois Who in American Education", is a past
president of the Arkansas Choral Society and serves
as a member of the board of directors of the Arkansas
Festival of Arts.
Professional and community interests include the
Kiwanis Club, Masonic Lodge, Winfield Methodist
Church and Pulaski County Health and Welfare
Some of the world s outstanding writers are brought to life in Mrs. Donald's "Major British Writers" class.
Dr. Frothingham's philosophy class picks a picturesque setting.
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Learning to operate complicated equipment is a prerequisite Lab attendance is vital in amm understandin of a forel
of becomm alan uage momtor lan ua e
JOHNY E MATHEWS
Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics
A DR. WILSON J. BROACH is Chairman of the
,Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics. He
, y is also a Professor of Chemistry.
Dr. Broach is a member of Sigma Xi honorary
science research organization, the American Chemical
Society, Arkansas Academy of Science and Alpha
He holds degrees from Henderson State Teachers
College and the University of Arkansas.
He serves as co-sponsor of the Chemistry Club and
has written a workbook in general chemistry. Com-
mittee assignments include the curriculum committee.
WILSON J. BROACH
Mrs. Broach utilizes the projector to interpret chemical calculations.
BILLIE BROACH V ROBERT F. J. EISON JAMES R. JANET GARDNER MARY JANE
Assistant Professor CROMWELL Assistant Professor FULMER Instructor GATES
Chemistry Assistant Professor Engineering Assistant Professor "if Chemistry Assistant Professor
Engineering Mathematics Mathematics
WILLIAM E. CHARLES HOWARD L. JOHN HODGES OLIVER FRANK SETLIFF
GRAN HARBISON HODGES Associate Professor HOLEMAN
Instructor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Mathematics Associate Professor
Physics Mathematics Chemistry Chemistry
Mathematicians listen intently to lecture by Mrs. Emily Fleming.
Division of Social Sciences
BEDFORD K HADLEY
Professor of History
DR. BEDFORD K. HADLEY, Professor of His-
tory and Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences,
holds degrees from Friends University and the Uni-
versity of Texas.
He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, Sword and
Shield, Rotary Club, Arkansas Historical Associa-
tion and Southern Historical Association.
Prior to coming to LRU in 1961 he served as
Dean of Men at Bethany College and was on the
faculty of Northern Illinois University and Pan Amer-
Members of the North American Indians sociology class were exposed to various cultures among them the Eskimo way of life.
RICHARD B. GEORGE DYER D. GREEN . KATHERINE
DIXON Assistant Professor A Lecturer HARDIE LEDBETTER
Assistant Professor Political Science Psychology Assistant Professor Professor
History Anthropology Political Science
FRANCES ROSS .TACK SCANNELL CAROL SMELLEY E. C. STAHLKOPF LOUIS WOOD
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Lecturer Associate Professor Associate Professor
History History Sociology Political Science Psychology
Dr. Hadley conducts his Latin American History class on an informal basis.
CALVIN WILLIAM PRADO
Division of Teacher Education
DR. EVERETT L. EDMONDSON
DR. EVERETT L. EDMONDSON is Chairman
of the Division of Teacher Education .and a Professor
of Education. He has served as Division Chairman
He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa and is a char-
ter member of the Arizona Academy of Science. On
campus he serves on the following faculty committees:
advisory council, curriculum committee, steering com-
mittee for graduate programs and chairman ofthe
student relations committee.
He holds degrees from Lewis Institute, Illinois
Institute of Technology and Northwestern University.
I-Ie is the author of several publications on education
Dr Edmondson takes time from Modern Elementary Curriculum to congratulate Dr. Berry's selection as "Teacher of the Year
BESSY BENSON ROSE BERRY NANCY FRITH JAMES HALL LOUIS C.
Assistant Professor Associate Professor Instructor Associate Professor HENDERSON
Elementary Elementary 'Physical Education Physical Education Lecturer
Education Education Education
HAPPY MAHFOUZ NEWIVIAN IVICGEE BETTY STEPHENS NAN WILLIAMSON
Instructor Assistant Professor Instructor Instructor
Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Elementary Education
Injecting humor in class discussions is a technique used by Dr. Edmondson in secondary education.
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Visual aids play a vital role in elementary education training.
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Beverly Brld es Billy Bright Ray A Brown Stanley Bryant Turner Buie Jerry Bullock
Mary Campbell Dallas Cannon Don Carr David Cash Wilda B Chadick Bettye Coggln
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Linda Kay Graham
Jo Ann Greene
Mary Lou Jackson
Jim Munns Student Body President and fellow fraternity brothers hand out cokes durmg Freshman Orientation
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Marle Johnson Donald Jones John Keady Jerry D Kealy Jacqueline Kegels Ronald Kollar
Chang Ken Klm Karol Klng Wllllam Klng Amalle KOCH1g Sister Brian Krawter Ronald Kupers
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Mary Ann Mears
Graduates follow pathways to greater heights
.lo Ann Mosley
Le Neal Rea
James Edgar Frederick Nielson
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Joan Patrick H. George Perkins
William A. Smith
William F. Smith
Frederick Stark, Ir.
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Art students Charles Lord and Janna Kay Billingsley show their creativity while worklng with mosaics
Mrs Marvaret Carner and ,lane McK1nney supervlse registration for the State Speech Festlval held on campus
Special students continue educational endeavors
Robert D. Grant
H. Edwin Thomas
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.lerry Ann Atkinson
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ABLES, ALAN - Journalism and Business Administration, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Alpha Delta Sigma, FORUM Staff, Business Manager-Year-
book, Assistant Business Manager-FORUM.
ALDRIDGE, DANNY W. - Sociology and Speech.
ANDERSON, CLYDE W. - Marketing and Business Administration.
ANGELL, SHARYL S. - Accounting, Phi Theta Kappa-vice presi-
dent, Hood and Tassel-treasurer, Sword and Shield, Spanish Club-
president, President's Council, Who's Who.
ATWOOD, SHEILA M. -- Elementary Education, Senior Women's
Senator, S.N.E.A., A.C.E., Newman Club-vice president, Chi Omega-
pledge trainer, rush chairman, personnel chairman, W.R.A., Dean's
Counselor, Dean's List, Miss L.R.U., TROJAN Staff, Cardinal Key.
AULL, W. D. - Business Administration and Economics.
BIRDSONG, EDWARD C. - Physical Education and Sociology,
Sigma Nu, Dean's List, Dean's Counselor, I.F.C., P.E. Club, Yearbook
Staff, Student Senate, Chief Justice Constitutional Court, FORUM
Staff, AAHPER, Newman Club, Young Democrats.
BRIDGES, BEVERLY E. - Elementary Education, Young Republi-
cans-secretary, A.C.E.-secretary, S.N.E.A.
BUIE, TURNER - Advertising and Accounting, Sigma Nu, Young
Democrats, L.R.U. Basketball, Lettetman's Club, Student Senate,
CAMPBELL, MARY H. - Elementary Education, A.C.E., S.N.E.A.
CANNON, DALLAS H. - Biology and Psychology.
CARR, DON - History and English-Art, Katalia-president, Pi Theta
Kappa-vice-president, Sword and Shield, Phi Alpha Theta-vice pres.,
Dean's List. Dean's Counselor, TROJAN Staff, Student Relations
Committee, Who's Who.
COGGIN, BETTYE H. - Physical Education and Speech, P.E.
ggI'i3EN, SARAH R. - English-Speech and Secondary Education,
. . .A.
COOPER, Raymond E. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi.
CULP. MICHAEL B. - Chemistry and Math: Chemistry Club.
DAVIDSON, CHARLES E. - Speech-Drama and Physical Educa-
tion, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Psi Omega, University Theater Guild,
DEEMS, SHARON C. - English and French, S.N.E.A.
DICKERSON, BRENDA - Sociology and English, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Sword and Shield, TROJAN-editor, Who's Who, Hood and
Tassel-pres., Phi Theta Kappa-secretary, Cardinal Key. Dean's List,
DOOLY, GARY - Psychology and Sociology-Anthropology.
DOUGLAS, MICHAEL -- History and Political Science
DUKE, KELLY F. - Biology and History.
DUNN, PAM - English and Sociology, Trojan Beauty, Dean's List.
ECHOLS, BILL - Political Science and History, Student Senate,
Young Republicans, Interfraternity Council, Basketball, University
Theater Guild, Dean's List, Sigma Nu, FORUM-editor, Who's Who.
EDELMANN, MIKE S. - Political Science and Economics, Student
Senate, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi president, President's
Council, Young Democrats, I.F.C., Newman Club, Dean's Counselor,
ELLIS, GEORGE - Political Science and Speech, Foreign Rela-
tions Club-pres., Young Democrats, President's Council, Debate
Team, Univ. of Oxford International Grad. Summer School.
FANCHER, HARLEY R. - Political Science and History.
GREENE, JO ANN - Psychology and Spanish, Sigma Delta Psi,
Sword and Shield, Spanish Club.
HARDWICK, JEFF - History and Biology, Dean's List, Young
Republicans, Pi Kappa Alpha, Psychology Club.
HARPER, CHARLOTTE S. - Elementary Education, A.C.E.,
XIAHIK, CAROL J. - Elementary Education and Art, S.N.E.A.,
HERNANDEZ, JOSE - Engineering and Mathematics, Math Club-
vice president, Young Americans for Freedom, Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers.
HICKERSON, FLOYD R. - Math and Accounting, Math Club, En-
HIGGINS, LOVELL ASHLEY - History and Political Science
Sword and Shield, Phi Alpha Theta' - president.
HINKLE, KATHRYN - Business Education, Hood and Tassel-treas-
urer, Sword and Shield, Dean's List, Who's Who, Phi Theta Kappa,
S.N.E.A., Cardinal Key, Spanish Club, Rockefeller Scholarship,
Young Republicans, TROJAN-assistant editor, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
HOLLIS, WILLIAM C. - Math and Business, Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
fonia, Alpha Kappa Psi, YAF, Young Republicans, BSU, Circle K,
Radio Club, Concert Choir, Math Club, Veteran's Club.
IVY, CHARLES S. - Biology and Chemistry.
LACCIESON, MARY L. - Elementary Education and Art, S.N.E.A.,
JACOBS, DAVID - Political Science and History 5 Pi Kappa Alpha,
Young Democrats, Debate Team.
KEADY, JOHN L. - Marketing and Journalism, TROJAN-assistant
editor, Pi Sigma Epsilon-vice president, Alpha Delta Sigma, FORUM
Staff, Dean's List, Business Division Steering Committee.
KEALY, JERRY D. - Physics and Chemistry.
KEGELES, JACQUELINE - Biology and Speech, Delta Delta Delta,
Cardinal Key, Who's Who-2 years, Hood and Tassel, Student Senate-
secretary, President's Council, Sword and Shield, Newman Club, Al-
pha Delta Sigma, Panhellenic Council, Senior Awards Committee-
KING, KAROL - Physical Education and Biology, Pi Beta Phi,
W.R.A., P.E. Club, Hood and Tassel, Dean's List, Cardinal Key.
KING, WILLIAM I. - Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi.
IEUPERS, RONALD M. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi-vice-pres-
LAMMERS, JOHN H. - English and History, Katalia, Phi Theta
Kappa-vice-pres., Sword and Shield-vice-president, Phi Alpha Theta,
Dean's List, Dean's Counselor, TROJAN Staff, Who's Who, FORUM
Staff, Newman Club, Golf Team, Traffic Council.
LONG, JOSEPH A. - Marketing and Advertising, Pi Sigma Epsi-
lon, Alpha Delta Sigma, Varsity Team.
MATHENY, SHRILEY - Elementary Education, A.C.E., S.N.E.A.
MAWHINNEY, GAYLE A. - Business and Education, Phi Beta
Lambda, Phi Theta Kappa.
MCCUMPSEY, MARVIN G. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi.
McINTYRE, JERRY - Business Administration.
MINTON, T. MARIE - Elementary Education and Library Science,
S.N.E.A., A.C.E., Sword and Shield.
MOREHART, RICHARD N. - Advertising and Marketing, Alpha
MORRIS, PAULA KAY WYATT - Mathematics and English,
Math Club - v-president, Sword and Shield.
MOSLEY, JOANNA M. - English and Library Science, S.N.E.A.,
Spanish Club, Sword and Shield.
NORTON, RETTA M. - Business Education, S.N.E.A.
PARKER, LINDA C. - Business Education, S.N.E.A.
PILCHER, MICHAEL T. - Chemistry and Math, Newman Club,
Sword and Shield, Katalia, Constitutional Court.
PLEDGER, JAMES - Math and Psychology.
POTTS, SUZANNE - Elementary Education, Kappa Kappa Gam-
PRATHER, JOHN W. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi.
PRATT, HARDY R. - Marketing, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Veteran's
PRESTON, LAWRENCE J. - Accounting and Math, Alpha Kappa
Psi, Newman Club.
REHBEIN, ANDREW J. - Elementary Education, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, A.C.E., A.E.A., N.E.A.
EQIEIXSON, JANE M. - Elementary Education and History, A.C.E.,
ROGERS, EDWIN W. - Biology and Chemistry, Youth for Truth-
president, Dean's List.
SAWRIE, BARBARA J. - Accounting, Chi Omega-treasurer and
vice-president, Student Senate-secretary and treasurer, Dean's Coun-
selor, WRA, Young Republican.
SCHUMUCK, DONALD N. - Marketing and Business Administra-
SHOEMAKER, BILL - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi, Varsity Ten-
SHULTZ, MARGARET A. - Art and English.
SISSON, ROBERT L. - Accounting, Alpha Kappa Psi.
SMITH, ANN - Sociology and Psychology, Phi Theta Kappa,
Sword and Shield, La Sociedad Espanola.
SMITH, DONNA R. - Political Science and Mathematics: FORUM,
University Theater Guild.
SMITH, LARRY D. - Biology and Chemistry, Chemistry Club,
Bowling Team, Phi Theta Kappa, Sword and Shield.
SMITH, MARINA - Elementary Education, Chi Omega, S.N.E.A.,
A.C.E., Young Republicans, A.C.E.I.
STERLING, CHARLES L. - Music Education, L.R.U. Concert
gand, Concert Choir, Kappa Kappa Psi. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
STEWART, JUNE REAPER - Elementary Education, S.N.E.A.,
STONE, MARIELLA - English and Sociology, Dean's List, Chi
Omega, S.N.E.A., W.R.A.
SUSSMAN, LARRY E. - Business Administration.
SWARTZ, RICHARD B. - Spanish and French, Band, La Socie-
dad Espanola-president, L'Alliance Francaise, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi
Delta Phi, Dean's List.
TAYLOR, MICHAEL POWELL - Business Administration and
Political Science, Alpha Kappa Psi.
WALKER, CAROLYN D. - Business Education, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Panhellenic Council, Presidenlfs Council on Student Rela-
tions Committee, W.R.A.
WALLS, CLEMENT S., JR. - Political Science and History, Young
Democrats, Pi Kappa Alpha, U.T.G.
WEEDMAN, TOM D. - Mathematics and Psychology, Math Club
WHITTEN, DON MICHAEL - Biology and Chemistry, L.R.U.
Banda Dean's List, Kappa Kappa Psi president, L.R.U. Band Club
WILSON, SUSAN KAY - Elementary Education, S.N.E.A. presi-
dent, Phi Alpha Theta secretary-treasurer, Sword and Shield, Hood
and Tassel, Cardinal Key, A.C.E., Phi Theta Kappa.
WOOLARD, DIANE - Music and Philosophy-Religion, Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, W.R.A., Student Organ Guild, University Concert, Choir,
University Chamber Singers, Phi Theta Kappa, Sword and Shield,
Who's Who, University Band, Hood and Tassel.
YOUNG, CAROLYN - Psychology and Biology, Phi Theta Kap-
pa, S.N.E.A., A.E.A., Psychology Club, Dean's List.
ZINI, JAMES ELIA - Biology and Chemistry, Kappa Kappa Psi
president, University Concert Choir, University Concert Band, Pres-
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FOUNDED FOR THE PERPETUAL BENEFIT
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The Late GOVERNOR and MRS. GEORGE W. DONAGHEY
Board of Trustees:
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DR. HENRY G. HOLLENBERG W. P. GULLEY, JR.
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Addie, Fay 163
Aist, Sue 165
Allen, Alvin 177
Allen, Anita 165
Anderson, Donna 161
Barber, Martha 177
Baxter, Norman 160
Beard, Dudley 47,55,166
Beavers, Sue Ann 159
Benson, Bessy 186
Berry, Rose 185
Bowie, Lloyd 89,174
Brady, Marylyn 179
Brewer, Marilee 163
Broach, Billie 182
Butler, James 89,90,174,175
Cantwell, Frances 167
Carner, Margaret 177
Colainni, Lucille 179
Corley, Jerry 165
Cowan, Vada 177
Cromwell, Robert 182
Dhoneau, Jerry 179
DiMassimo, Faye 177
Dixon, Richard B. 184
Donald, Roslyn 179
Duelmer, Louis 162
Dyer, George 184
Eberly, Ralph 179
Edgington, Cicil 179
Edmondson, Everett 185
Eison, Frederic 182
Evans, William 172
Fletcher, Don R. 175
Foster, Mary Ann 172
Faculty And Staff Index
Fountain, Sarah 179
F ribourgh, James 172
Frith, Nancy 186
F rothingham, Richard 179
F ulmer, James 182
Galante, W. J . 175
Gardner, Janet 182
Gates, Mary 182
George, Janis 161
Graham, Josephine 177
Gran, William 47,182
Grant, Bonnie 172
Green, Dee 184
Haislip, Clifford 100,102,177
Hall, James 186
Harbison, Charles 182
Hardie, Katherine 184
Hardy, Benjamin 89,175
Harper, Carthal 159
Henderson, Lewis 186
Henry, Margaurite 180
Hodges, Howard 182
Hodges, John 182
Holman, 0. B. 182
Hughes, John G. 176
Hulsey, Marian 180
Johnson, Rebecca 180
Johnston, Maybeth 169
Keys, Marilyn 180
Keysacker, Mary Lue 163
Kramer, Don 177
LaMar, Charles 160
Ledbetter, Calvin 184
Lester, Judy 167
Lockard, Sarah 177
Mahfous, Happy 46,47,186
Martin, Inez 175
Mathews, J ohnnye 180
McAtee, Hazel 169
McCoy, Gene G. 175
McGee, Newrnon 186
Melville, Velda 169
Mergenschroer, Dorothy 165
Metcalf, John Glen 177
Morrison, Gigi 166
Moser, Margaret 167
Newburn, Betty 180
Newcomb, N orine 163
Orahood, Phil 168
Owens, Glen 177
Packard, Dorothy 180
Parson, Maryavis 180
Pine, Sue 159
Popperfus, Nancy 180
Prado, William 184
Rhoades, Mary 163
Robbins, Ray 175
Robinson, Francis 162
Robinson, Sybil 164
Rogers, Charlene 168
Rogers, Ida 184
Ross, Francis 184-
Rushing, Elizabeth 180
Russell, Dorothy 167
Sawatski, Dorothy 177
Scannell, Mary 166
Scannel, Jack 184
Senn, Linda 163
Setliff, Frank 182
Sewell, James 88
Sinclair, Clarence 172
Smelley, Carol 184
Smith, Roy 175
Stabler, Carey 158
Stephens, Betty 186
Sturgeon, Mary 167
Aaron, Lovie L. 204
Ables, Alan A. 94,194
Adams, Tommy 194
Aldridge, Danny W. 194
Aldridge, Pamela 137
Aldridge, Steven P. 147,218
Alexander, Doris J. 213
Allbritton, Danny J. 88
Allen, Alvin 95
Allen, James R. 213
Allen, Jim C. 145
Allen, Martha C. 213
Allen, Susan 194
Althoff, Richard J. 194
Althoff, Robert M. 213
Ameen, Cynthia J. 208
Ameen, Farook 208
Anderson, Clyde W. 194
Anderson, Joyce A. 213
Angell, Sharyl S. 194
Anhalt, Ann M. 213
Armstrong, Elizabeth J. 208
Arnold, John 213
Asbury, Ronald R. 208
Atkinson, Jerry A. 204
Atkinson, Mary J. 138
Atkinson, Rita C. 204
Atwood, Sheila 89,93,137,194
Aull, William D. 194
Averitt, William S. 47,213
Bacon, Nancy G. 213
Bain, Deborah A. 62,91,143,213
Baird, Susan J. 62,91,143
Bailey, John R. 58,208
Bailey, Lee E. 213
Tadlock, Bill 90
Taegel, Barbara 165
Tinkle, Suzanne 163
Todd, John 175
Van Hook, Cathy 166
Warmack, Margaret 172
Baker, Barbara 194
Baker, Clyde L. 145,213
Ball, Larry Dean 213
Ball, Lily P. 213
Barbeire, Bruce B. 213
Barber, Dan 147
Barclay, Larry R. 213
Barclay, Lonnie R. 150
Barentine, Orville Buford 204
Bard, Gay 204
Barker, Don 213
Barnes, Betsy L. 204
Hershel O. 208
John Lee 89,204
Robert E. 147, 204
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Barron, Howard L. 213
Baskins, Patricia M. 213
Bass, Jackson K. 213
Bates, Allen L. 213
Baugaer, George A. 213
Baxley, Paul J. 204
Baxter, Joe C. 213
Bearden, Patricia 213
Beason, Dale J. 213
Beaty, Mary E. 214
Beeson, Wm. Larry 214
Bell, William A. 95
Benish, James W. 214
Bennett, Jane L. 82,136,137,208
Bennett, Sandra 208
Bennett, Sherry A. 143,214
Bennett, Swannee R. 58,149
Berger, Barbara L. 40,62,91,121,,
Berry, Crandel D. 214
Bettis, Gary M. 208
Bettle, Ricky 82
Binz, Joseph E. 214
Birch, Bobby 150,214
Watson, Robert 172
Westlake, Burl 162
White, Ernest H. 175
Williamson, Nan 186
Wilson, Robert 80,164
Woods, Dorothy 167
Woolard, Harold 1. 178
Young, Phyllis 159
Birdsong, Edward C. 79,126,150,
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Black, Charlene 214
Black, Edwin J. 214
Black, Johnny 204
Black, Ronald P. 214
Blackwell, James D. 145,214
Blackwell, Michael T. 204
Blackwood, Shelly L. 214
Blair, Stephen C. 214
Blair, Steve G. 145,214
Blair, William D. 214
Blake, Mark J. 214
Blayloch, Wallace D. 208
Bledsoe, Ann 91,141,204
Bloom, Loretta K. 194
Blount, Carole A. 143,204
Bochning, Steve 208
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Bodishbaugh, Tim A. 150,214
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Bolick, David W. 214
Bone, Bonny C. 136,137,208
Booker, Virginia A. 62,91,138,208
Boosey, Fred S. 214
Borden, Elsie 214
Borecky, Robert M. 134,147
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Bosche, Saundra M. 214
Bostic, Donna 208
Boswell, Daniel L. 214
Bourne, Michael E. 214
Bowers, Lynda 208
Bowers, Marvin T. 214
Bowman, Debi A. 138,214
Bowman, James D. 208
Bowman, Nancy C. 214
Boyd, Jerry 214
Bradberry, James A. 150,208
Bragg, Robert S. 204
Bralch, Joseph F. 214
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Braswell, Glynn E. 208
Bratcher, Larry E. 204
Bray. Terry L. 214
Bridges, Beverly E. 37,195
Bridges, Marolyn S. 214
Bridgewater, Tommye M. 214
Briggs, Melissa .l. 143
Bright, Billy F. 195
Brizzolara. John 150
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Brock, Jeff T. 214
Brooks, Bruce E. 214
Brown, Carol P. 214
Brown, Eva M. 208
Brown, Gary W. 147
Brown, Larry R. 149,214
Brown, Ray A. 145,195
Brown, Ricky 145,208
Brown, Sheila J. 62,91,143,214
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Browning, John R. 208
Bruner, Elbert W. 214
Bryant, Florine 214
Bryant, Stanley L. 195
Buckmaster, Pat A. 204
Buffalo, Jodell G. 87,204
Buie, H. Turner 150,195
Bujarski, Norvell R. 208
Bullock, Jerry 195
Bunch, Leta M. 214
Bunch, Robert L. 84,89,204
Burke, Thomas E. 214
Burks, Donnie 208
Burley, .lames J. 89,204
Burnam, Elizabeth A. 214
Burnet, Betsy B. 214
Burnham, Donald W. 214
Burris, Gary E. 214
Bush, John D. 208
Bush, Linda F. 214
Bushart, James L. 214
Butler, Tom 46,208
Butzlaff, Wm. M. 214
Buxton, Mary E. 208
Bynam, David 214
Byrum, Virginia L. 208
Caldwell, Otis 214
Cale, Glenda A. 90,136,137,209
Calhoun, Nathan E. 150,214
Callahan, James 90
Cameron, Rodney D. 215
Campbell, Craig S. 145
Campbell, Hugh M. 204
Campbell. JoAnn D. 215
Campbell, Mary H. 87.195
Cannon. Dallas H. 195
Cargile, Terry M. 147
Carmichael, Ricky A. 215
Carpenter, .lon C. 145,215
Carr, Don W. 34,78,85,92,122.195
Carroll. Laura B. 215
Carroll, Stephen C. 145,215
Carter, Alf 94
Casey, Sybil D. 215
Cash, David H. 195
Cash, Ginger R. 215
Cash. Steve E. 149,209
Cassidy, William P. 215
Cauple, Gary D. 82,204
Cazort, Mima M. 138
Cecil, William W. 150
Chadick, Wilda B. 195
Chaffin, Maurice L. 215
Chandler, Dan H. 215
Chandler, Stephen C. 215
Chase, Daryl T. 209
Cheatham, Rosalie M. 83,34,86,91,
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Cherry, David 145
Cheshier, Gloria A. 141,215
Childers, John V. 215
Childers, Michael O. 209
Childs, Skip 145
Christian, Butch 145
Chotigul, Polmsak 215
Clardy, Brenda G. 215
Clark, Ron B. 204
Clark, Sidney H. 215
Clemons, Jimmy 145
Clevidence, Ronald G. 147
Clinton, Lou Ann 84,87,88
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Cobb, Cheryl L. 90,209
Cobb, James D. 215
Cochran, Gary S. 215
Cochran, Kathy A. 143,204
Cofield, Joseph W. 150,215
Coggin, Bettye Hill 195
Cohen, Sarah R. 195
Coleman, Cissy 209
Collar. Mary 215
Collier, Mary S. 83,84,209
Collins, Terry M. 215
Conley, Lisa G. 215
Cook, Brenda D. 215
Cook, Christopher E. 147,215
Cook, Thomas C. 203
Cooney, Robert L. 215
Cooper, Peter A. 147,195
Cooper, Raymond E. 195
Copeland, Wayne 80,81
Cornwell, John Blair 195
Cotner, Douglas C. 145
Cowne, Kaye L. 195
Cox, Eleanor V. 195
Craig, James A. 204
Craig, Paul W. 145,195
Crank, Margaret H. 91,137,209
Criner, Alice A. 138,209
Criner, Robert 145
Croft, Robert T. 145,195
Crossley, Robert H. 204
Crow, Kenneth V. 209
Croy, Michael J. 215
Crump, John H. 205
Culp, Michael B. 195
Cumnock, Steve 215
Cumnolk, Thomas M. 205
Dade, Lawrence C. 215
Dales, Christie L. 215
Dalton, Judy A. 195
Daniel, Patricia A. 87,98,205
Dare, Brenda D. 205
Dare, Dennis A. 205
Darling, Charles A. 149
Daunis, Charles U. 150
Davidson, Charles E. 147,195
Davidson, Donna M. 93,205,108
Davis, Pamela A. 137
Davis, Philip C. 149
Davis, Richard A. 209
Dawson, James E. 203
Dean, Helen J. 215
Deems, Sharon C. 195
DeGrasse, Wm. Francis 195
Delyles, Kathleen M. 209
Derguen, James B. 215
Detherage, Gary L. 205
DeWitt, Laurie L. 215
Dickens, Sarah K. 215
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Dickinson, Patty L. 215
Diemer, Ricky L. 215
Diemer, Sharon A. 91,137
Dierks, Wayne A. 149,215
Dillinger, Dave O. 205
Dixon, Eddi Mae 215
Dodds, Debbie L. 143,215
Doerr, Steven E. 215
Donaldson, Sandra P. 215
Donnelly, Edward J. 209
Dorsey, Cynthia E. 209
Dorsey, Erwin O. 215
Doss, Ronald E. 215
Dougherty, Bob 149
Dougherty, Patti 205
Douglas, Michael Ray 195
Doup, Karl 195
Doyle, Bill 87
Draper, Rhoda E. 215
Drennan, Dwight W. 215
Driedric, James C. 215
Drilling, Cathrine C. 195
Drompp, Joe D. 149,209
Dryden, H. Keats 86
Dudley, James J. 147
Dugger, Paula Sue 209
Duke, Kelly Faust 196
Dull, Daniel A. 205
Dumboski, Ronald E. 215
Dunahay, A. Glenn 215
Duncan, Donna G. 215
Duncan, Linda E. 91,137,215
Dunn, Pam 110,196
Dyke, Garry W. 196
Dyke, Steve 215
Eberhardt, Charles A. 215
Echols, Billy Lee 80,81,125,250
Eckford, Catherine 216
Edelmann, Chris 149
Edelmann, Mike S. 39,127,134,
Edgar, Kathy A. 141,216
Eggers, Linda J. 216
Eggers, Sherman L. 216
Elias, Neal 216
Elkins, Albert L. 205
Ellis, George D. 196
Ellis, Mary J. 216
Emmons, William S. 209
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Etheridge, James D. 216
Eubanks, Curtis 196
EudY, Judy B. 81,138,209
Fain, Robert C. 149
Fancher, Harley R. 196
Fancher, Linda T. 216
Farmer, Dorothy J. 209
Farmer, Jerrie Lynn 137,216
Farmer. Larry E. 84,209
Faulkner, Martha L. 87,196
Faust, Rogers 134,149,205
Featherstone, Candace 112,141,
Fennell, Harvey C. 146
Fields, John J. 216
Finch, Kathy L. 77,141,209
Finefield, Nancy K. 141
Fink. Karen L. 196
Finne, Gail 134,209
Fiser, Gayle M. 84,87
Fiser, Lissa R. 83,86,87
Fisher, John D. 84,145,209
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Floyd, Virginia Lea 216
Fogle, Rebecca Lee 216
Foster, Charles D. 216
Foster, Kent R. 82,150
Foster, Suzann K. 216
Fox, Gloria K. 216
Francis, Joe R. 216
Fraser, Eric A. 205
Frazier, James 216
French, Sharyn L. 136,137
Freshour, Martha C. 216
Fry, John M. 205
Frye, Stuart J. 205
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Fuller, Walter 147
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Furtick, Marilyn G. 216
Galarowitz, Cheryl Ann
Gardner, Lester L. 205
Garner, Billy Don 216
Garner, Kerry E. 216
Garrison, Ralph E. 216
Gates, Clyde P. 205
Gates, Nancy K. 126
Gates, Payton W. 205
Randy L. 34,209
Gates, Rudy 84,209
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Gathright, Wendell R. 216
Gatlin, Barbara Ann 205
Gatlin, Marion R. 205
Gatlin, Wayne R. 196
Gauntt, Allen W. 196
Gent, Carol Ann 87
Gent, Donald Lee 82,134,147,205
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Gilchrist, Jan L. 217
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Givens, Joe W. 217
Givens, Richard H. 217
Glenn, Marilyn R. 205
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Glover, Janet A. 217,141
Golden, Larry A. 145,217
Golleher, Mary Ann 205
Goodwin, Ann Beth 217 ,
Goodwin, Buddy 145
Goodwin, James R. 217
Gorman, Ronnie 205
Goss, Valerie Anne 217
Gould, Mary Katherine 137
Grabowy, James G. 196
Grable, Phillip 150
Graham, Linda Kay 127,143,196
Grant, Robert D. 205
Gray, David M. 209
Gray, Joyce B. 87
Greathouse, Garold W. 205
Green, Gordon Earl 205
Green, Ronnie 217
Green, Terry 95
Greenbaum, Benny 217
Greenbaum, Dave 205
Greene, Jo Ann 196
Greenhaw, Steven Dale 217
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Greenway, Julia K. 217
Gregory, Terrie D. 217
Griffin, Len 150
Grogan, Helen A. 143,209
Gross, B. Dian 217
Grubbs, Robert S. 217
Guenther, Kathy 87,196
Guenther, Robert M. 209
Gunn, .lane A. 196
Guy, Clarence H. 205
Hagar, Sylvia E. 137,209
Hagenbeck, Carla Sue 138
Hain, Dorthea Taffy 91,209
Hale, Sue 217
Hall, Arthur L. 209
Hall, Barbara J. 100,102,l38,196
Hall, Joe L. 217
Hall, Paul V. 205
Hall, Robye 209
Hambrick, Glynn T. 217
Hamilton, Charles A. 217
Hamilton, Mary A. 135,143
Hamlin, Franklin S. 134,149,209
Haskins, Larry 56
Hankins, Linda W. 217
Hannahs, Barbara I. 217
Harbison, Richard E. 149,196
Hardin, Mary L. 217
Hardwick, Jeff N. 147,196
Hardwick, John C. 217
Harness, Sherry 205
Harp, Judith R. 203
Harrell, Ethel A. 205
Harris, Eugene L. 217
Harris, Laurene 217
Harris, Rebecca F. 217
Hart, Jeffrey 56,205
Hart, Michael W. 55,209
Hartsell, Peggy 217
Hartzell, Danny C. 217
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Hatfield, John Z. 205
Hatfield, Lawson G. 217
Hathoote, Charlotte K. 217
Hauk, Carol J. 87,196
Hawkins, Thelma J. 217
Hayes, Bernetta J. 217
Hayes, Vivian L. 88,209
Head, Tommy 55,145,196
Heard, Kenneth W. 217
Heard, Russell 209,217
Heath, Dale T. 209,
Hebert, Walter J. 147,209
Heisler, Patricia E. 84
Henderson, Walter 197
Hendrick, Charles E. 145
Hendricks, Kathy J. 209
Hendricks, Nicholas R. 217
Hendricks, Randall C. 217
Henry, Berch E. 204
Hepler, Ronnie G. 217
Herlocker, Randy K. 124,134,150,
Hernandez, Jose Javier 197
Herrick, Frances T. 209
Hesse, Phillip W. 47,217
Hestes, Rocky D. 150
Hickerson, Floyd R. 197
Hickey, Eddie J. 209
Higgins, Henry D. 217
Higgins, Lowell A. 84,92,197
High, Bill 217
Highley, Richard 197
Hildebrand, JHIHCS E- 205
Hill, Jean A. 137,209
Hill, Perry C. 219
Hill, Peter H. 217
Hinkle, Kay A. 79,83,84,85,122,
Hinson, Lenora M. 209
Hintz, Steve 141,217
Hitt, Rita R. 87,205
Hitt, Steven W. 217
Hobbs, Jimmy F. 88,197
Hobbs, Larry J. 217
Hobby, Michael M. 217
Hobson, Sandra Sue 205
Hockersmith, Joyce J. 217
Hodges, Julia D. 209
Hoffman, Donna E. 217
Hogan, Ben H. 209
Hogan, Gloria J. 205
Hogue, Billy T. 217
Holcomb, William D. 217
Holderman, Ronald D. 205
Holland, Alan W. 150
Holland, lzetta M. 217
Hollis, William C. 197
Holloway, Valina A. 217
Holmes, Danny W. 197
Holmes, Kenneth L. 80,150
Holmes, Mary K. 143,218
Hood, Sheila 218
Hooper, Max W. 197
Hooper, Melinda L. 205
Hooper, Sanford P. 150,209
Hooten, Gary E. 145,205
Hopkins, Sharon E. 209
Horn, Mike W. 145
Hornby, Kim C. 137
Houser, Steve F. 218
Howard, Billy 148,149
Howell, Clara Kay 197
Howell, Theresa G. 82,84,209
Howell, Timothy J . 147
Hoyt, Charles S-. 218
Hubbard, Norman C. 89
Hufsmith, Vicki S. 82,87,9'3,125,
Huggins, David O. 210
Hughey, Eric 218
Hummez, Marvin C. 197
Humphries, Judy C. 205
Hundley, John M. 32,150
Hunt, Dave R. 218
Hutchison, Ronnie 55
Hutchison, Walter E. 82,90,150,
Hyde, Jacalyn J. 218
Izard, Pamela K. 205
Jackman, Jeffrey A. 149
Jacks, Glynda L. 218
Jackson, Caroline J. 141,218
Jackson, Mary Lou H. 197
Jackson, Phillis K. 141,210
Jacobs, David 147,197
James, Robert J. 210
Jenkins, Steve A. 210
Jennings, Carolyn J. 141,210
Jennings, Larry B. 197
Joda, Mary A. 210
Johnson, Anthony J. 218
Johnson, Brenda 218
Johnson, Carol L. 210
Johnson, Clarence A. 210
Johnson, Doug 150
Johnson, Donald J. 147
Johnson, Dorothy 205
Johnson, Elizabeth A. 218
Johnson, Janie 205
Johnson, Jo Ann 141, 210
Johnson, Marie 198
Johnson, Mary A. 210
Johnson, Ron E. 147,218
Jones, Donald J. 89,198
Jones, Eric R. 147,218
Jones, Gary E. 205
Jones, Jeanie 40,90,120,205
Jones, Kenneth E. 210
Jones, Ronald K. 210
Jones, Warren C. 89,210
Jordan, Wm. Carl 210
Kaczka, Michall J . 89
Kagle, Sherry L. 62,210
Kaufman, David B. 150,210
Keady, John L. 9.0,94,198
Kealy, Jerry D. 198
Kegeles, Jacqueline A. 85,93,94
Kellar, Ronald E. 198
Kelley, Clementine 205
Kelley, Thomas D. 218
Kelly, Danny 145
Kemp, Gus J. 210
Kendrick, Beverly L. 205
Kennedy, Brad L. 147
Kennedy, John P. 218
Kennedy, Robert L. 218
Key, Billy 210
Kidd, Douglas C. 210
Kilpatrick, Brenda J. 218
Kim, Chang K. 198
Kinder, Vivian S. 218
King, Deborah K. 138,210
King. Karol M. 128
King. William L. 89,198
Kirtley, Margaret A. 218
Klaeson, Judi 82
Klisanin, Ann A. 218
Knight, Donna J, 210
Koban, Lyndol T. 218
Koch, Sharon A. 218
Koehler, Julius C. 205
Koenig, Amalie B. 198
Koon, Stephen J. 218
Koonce, Robert E. 218
Koontz, James A. 88,100,147,210
Kowalski, Dorothy L. 218
Krautcr. Brian Sister 198
Krupicki. Roger A. 210
Krutz, James G. 137,210
Kupers, Ronald M. 89,198
Lacefield, Beverly A. 210
Lacefield, Pamela F. 91,205
Lackner, Bill J. 218
Lafferty, Robbie L. 82,83,128,136,
LaGr0ssa, Virginia 138,218
Laman, Judy A. 134,210
LaMar, Patricia A. 87,210
Lammers, John H. 55,77,84,85,92,
Lansdowne, Donna G. 100,210
Lantrip, Sarah K. 137,218
Lasiter, Mari R. 138
Lattimore, Linda K. 218
Lawson, Otis R. 218
Lecuicre, Michael E. 205
Lee, Beverly 218
Lee, David M. 218
Leird, Donna S. 138
LeMaster, Rebecca C. 210
Lannie, Leonard 218
Lester, Charles A. 205
Lienhart, Joseph M. 218
Linch, Bill Bob 147,218
Lindsey, Minnie M. 141,210
Linn, Danny Wayne 218
Linsky, James W. 150,210
Linsy, Danny L. 218
Linzy, Ann L. 198
Linzy, C. Sue 206
Littleton, Steve C. 218
Lockridge. Shella F. 218
Long. Joe A. 90,94.198
Longinott, Carl J. 210
Lowe, Sherry Anne 218
Luptak, Nancy D. 138.218
Lybarger, Weldon H. 206
Lynch, Donnie A. 218
Lynn, Kerry L. 206
Macon, Sheryl Y. 210
Maddox, Rick D. 218
Mahar, Larry D. 206
Main. Paul 210
Mains, Clarence P. 149
Mallory, George L. 210
Malnar, Ronald E. 206
Malott, Jerry D. 206
Manson, Lucretia G. 218
Mansur, Lannette 218
Marable. John W. 149
Marchant, Sharon K. 88,210
Marchese, Joe 206
Marchese, Salvador C. 218
Marklev. J. Howard 150.218
Marks, Mary Jo 91,218
Marks. Pauline B. 281
Marling, Marnie 206
Marneenate, Apichart 206
Marsh, Becky A. 210
Marshall, Nathaniel 218
Martin, Kenneth R. 95
Martin, Marylou 83,210
Martinous, David K. 198
Mashburn, Alowee P. 218
Mashburn, Perry L. 210
Maslin, Martha J. 210
Massanelli, Joyce R. 219
Massey, Patti L. 91,137,219
Matheny, Shirley W. 198
Mathews, Stuart P. 147,219
Mathis, Russel K. 219
Mathys, Linda A. 219
Matthews, James E. 219
Matthews, Nancy F. 210
Mawhinney, Gayle A. 198
Mawn, John J. 145
May, Gary M. 210
May, Mal G. 219
Mayberry, Thomas E. 219
Mayfield, Kerry A. 150
Mays. Richard A. 219
McBride, Eloise L. 219
McBride, Waynne B. 219
McCann, Winnie P. 219
McCarroll, Mike S. 100,219
McCarty, William B. 219
McClain, Becky E. 137,219
McClain, Karen 219
McClenathan, Nancy L. 137,219
McCormack, Alan M. 219
McCormick, Rovert 219
McCoy, Farrell. D. 206
McCrary, Raikes A. 210
McCright, Lewis R. 206
McDade, Linda K. 206
McDonald, J. Mitchell 145
McDonnell, Kerry J. 148.149
Mclntire, Lawrence S. 206
Mclntyre, Jerry R. 198
McCarty, Bran 150
NlcKibban, Richard D. 149
McKinney, Agnes M. 210
McKinney, Buck 74, 127,145
McKinney, Jane E. 93,94,114,125
McKown, Patsy C. 83
McLemore, Janet L. 91
McMains. Jim W. 219
McNeil, Sherry A. 206
McPherson, Joe L. 198
McWilliams, Cary R. 219
McVey, Gary N. 219
Means, Ricky J. 143,210
Medlock, Michael F.. 147,219
Meers, Mary A. 83,198
Mehlin. Philip W. 56,210
Meyerdirk, Carol A. 198
Middlebrook. Sharon S. 219
Middleton, Michael P. 147,210
Milholland, Ralph B. 86,206
Mille, Eleanor M. 198
Miller, Billy J. 206
Miller, Henry M. 100,219
Miller, Katherine C. 219
Miller, Phil D. 150
Miller, Tom 147
Millikin, Nancy J. 219
Minirth, Mary A. 206
Minor, James B. 220
Minton, Thelma M. 198
Minyard, Charles R. 210
Mitchell, Cassandra L. 220
Mitchell, Mary 198
Mize, Charles M. 47,206
Mizell, Nancy L. 206
Monk, Larry P. 220
Montgomery, Linnie M. 220
Moody, Edward O. 149
Mooningham, Thomas E. 198
Moore, James D. 220
Moore, LaDonna 143
Moore, Sarah L. 220
Mooser, Gloria J . 220
Moravec, Carol A. 206
Morehart, Linda J. 138,210
Morehart, Richard N. 198
Morgan, Cynthia 220
Morgan, Diana G. 220
Morgan, John R. 220
Morgeson, Dan D. 198
Morris, Joe D. 147
Morris, Paula K. 90,199
Morris, Rebecca A. 91,141,210
Morris, Valerie E. 206
Morris, Walter E. 220
Morrison, Cheryl 220
Morrow, Leatha 87
Morton, Lacey P. 56,220
Moseley, Sarah J . 141,220
Moser, Murray C. 147,210
Mosley, JoAnna M. 199
Motley, Marilyn 87,88
Mourning, Randall L. 147,220
Mourning, Steve 100,102,147
Mueller, Carol M. 206
Muewch, Betty C. 206
Mullins, James A. 210
Munns, James E. 74,98,100,102,
Murphey, Mildred N. 208
Murphree, Joyce 136,137,206
Myers, C. Larry 150
Myhand, Robert L. 220
Myrick, Rebecca 1. 206
Narrell, Thomas M. 220
Nash, Margie 220
Nelson, Gwendolyn D. 220
Nelson, Janis Leah 210
Nelson, Robert O. 206
Nestrud, Peggy M. 141,220
Neuenschwander, Charles H. 199
Neukam, Richard A. 220
Newton, Sandra K. 220
Nielsen, Frederick E. 199
Nolte, Ann 138,210
Norrell, John L. 148,149,211
Morris, William R. 206
North, Keath R. 90,150,206
Norton, Linda 199
Norton, Retta M. 199
Northcutt, Herrn Allen 211
Nutt, Harriet Ann 220
Ogden, David B. 220
O'Hara, James F. 82,128,150
O'Key, Ruth G. 203
Oliver, Bruce 149
Oliver, Joseph H. 145,220
Olinghouse, Buddy H. 134,145,206
Orr, Pam K. 211
Ovellette, Dennis R. 206
Owen, Catherine L. 141,211
Pace, Tommy G. 100,102,206
Pake, David L. 134,148,149
Palmer, Dorothy L. 220
Pamplin, Laney 82,150,220
Park, Sung Ja 199
Parker, Carol B. 206
Parker, James M. 211
Parker, Linda Carol 199
Parker, Travas 220
Parks, Larry N. 211
Parrish, David E. 100,220
Pasierb, Joseph J. 211
Pate, Jackie 199
Pate, Janet 206
Patrick, Joan 199
Patterson, Rosiland F.. 211
Peach, Herbert 149
Penny, Mark A. 220
Perkins, H. George 199
Perkins, William K. 145,220
Persinger, Hazel B. 220
Persinger, William G. 220
Peters, John 220
Phillips, Beverly 220
Phillips, Claudia L. 138
Phillips, James E. 211
Phillips, Vivian A. 220
Pierce, Marie L. 220
Pilcher, Michael Todd 199
Pinedo, Robert P. 220
Pitcock, Lynn L. 206
Plant, David 220
Plating, Cathy L. 138,211
Plating, Steve J. 147,220
Pledger, Jimmy R. 199
Poindexter, Linda R. 206
Pope, Richard F. 147,211
Porter, Catheryn 220
Porter, James R. 145
Porter, Jim W. 148,149,206
Potts, Suzanne 199
Prado, Elizabeth 199
Prather, John W. 89,199
Pratt, Hardy R. 199
Preston, Lawrence J. 199
Prewill, H. Norvelle 211
Price, Beverly R. 138
Primm, Sheila L. 141,206
Prince, Laurence M. 86,92,211
Pritchard, Carolyn Sue 220
Pruden, William W. 211
Pruitt, Jacquelin J. 220
Pruitt, Kenneth C. 211
Pryor, Thomas J . 145
Puryear, Jon 138
Purkiss, Ronald Gene 206
Pyles, Donna Kay 138,211
Pyron, Michael T. 46,90,206
Radford, Bobby L. 211
Rains, Fredrick E. 211
Ramsey, William A. 211
Raney, Gus F. 220
Raney, Sandra G. 143,220
Rankin, Gary O. 211
Rather, John D. 199
Rawlings, Catherine Ann 203
Rea, William L. 199
Redd, Diana Lee 138,220
Reed, Johnnie Kay 206
Reed, Loquita Burt 87,206
Rehbein, Andrew J. 149,199
Reid, Vicky R. 220
Reilly, Geoffrey F. 220
Reinhardt, Mary K. 138,220
Renshaw, Catherine M. 138,220
Reynolds, Gary C. 211
Reynolds, Lanita S. 220
Richard, Edward P. 220
Richards, Don W. 220
Richards, John D. 199
Richardson, Robert J . 89
Richter, Phyllis A. 199
Ricketts, Sandra K. 221
Riddle, John W. 221
Riley, Jim L. 94,221
Rinehart, David F. 221
Rister, Linda J . 206
Rives, Alice P. 87,199
Roachell, Mary Ann 138,221
Robbins, Dotte A. 137
Roberson, Ronald A. 221
Roberts, Jim 221
Roberts, Marjorie M. 206
Robertson, Nancy 1. 206
Robertson, Rebecca J. 91,135,141,
Robichaud, Michele L. 137,221
Robinson, Angela S. 100,102,138,
Robinson, Jane M. 199
Robinson, Marilyn Ann 86,199
Robinson, Rita L. 88,211
Rockwell, Theresa Ann 221
Rogers, Edwin W. 82,200
Rogers, Tom 89,149
Rogers, William 221
Rojanadumrong, Raungbej 206
Rosenfeld, Deborah Lynn 221
Rossi, Margaret E. 221
Rozzell, Margaret A. 84,138
Rule, John E. 100,221
Rush, Mickey 82,150
Russell, M. Ann 137,211
Rutledge, Cheryl Lynn 221
Ryals, Carl J. 200
Sanders, Gary L. 211
Sanders, Kay S. 206
Sanders, Richard E. 147
Sandvig, Leon 211
Sarlo, Joseph F. 200
Saulters, Janet M. 100,102,206
Sanvanapride, Chana 211
Savells, Linda 200
Sawrie, Barbara J. 75,136,200
Sawr5S,1Martha Ann 91,135,137,
Scales, Claudette 211
Scales, Stella L. 206
Schick, Rebecca Jane 137
Schmuck, Donald N. 200
Schreffler, Donna Lynn 206
Schulte, Laura Lee 221
Scott, Donna K. 91,135,137.211
Scott, Eva J. 221
Scott, Oliver Paul 221
Scoville, Linda Kay 93,206
Scroggins, Lillie 200
Sebastian, Becky 206
Sego, Matthew Jon 88,221
Seidenschwarz, Dale R. 200
Seidler, Susan M. 211
Selby, Carl G. 221
Selig, John P. 211
Sembersiti, Joe A. 200
Senile, George 211
S-hannon, Debra E. 221
Sharp, Gary E. 200
Shaw, Charles L. 95,211
Shaw, Michael F. 221
Shellabarger, Phillip A. 82,134,
Sheridan, Gary C. 212
Sherlin, Norma J. 212
Sherlin, Phillip H. 221
Sherrod, Philip C. 212
Shipman, Harold L. 200
Shirley, Ernest W. 221
Shivers, Robert N. 150
Shoemaker, Bill 89,200
Shook, Danna C. 98,212
Shovtaw, Jimmy Lynn 90,150
Shull, Richard Lee 89,206
Shultz, Margaret A. 200
Shumard, Sandra G. 207
Simmons, Pamela A. 86,91,135
Simpson Becky 98,200
Simpson Bill R. 212
Simpson, Carolyn F. 212
Simpson, Cathy 116
Simpson, Mike 90,94,150
Sims, Geraldine 221
Sinclair, Susan A. 77,137
Singleton, Saundra K. 212
Singley, H. David 221
oni V. 221
Sodemann, William A. 47,221
Solis, Ruhlmann J. 221
Sparks, Jerry V. 149,212
Sparrow, Charlotte S. 87,201
Sparrow, James W. 147
Sparrow, Mignon 221
Spencer, Kenneth C. 221
Spencer, Richard R. 207
Spencer, Thomas A. 207
Spencer, William R. 149,212
Alana J. 221
Burt G. 147,212
Staerkel, Dorothy L. 212
Stallcup, Doris L. 221
Stansbury, Carolyn Bell 207
Stark, J. Frederick 201
Staples, Russell 82,150,221
Stegall, Phillip 145
Sterline, Charles.L. 200
Stewart, David M. 148,149
Stewart, Ellen R. 207
Stewart, June R. 201
Stewart, Michael S. 145,221
Stiegler, Peter J. 201
Stiles, Gary E. 212
Stone, Mariella 200
Story, Michael J. 212
Strickland. Lydia J. 221
Stricklin, William E. 212
Dianna M. 207
Sturch, Patricia J. 212
Sisson, Robert L. 89,200
Sitlington, Mark 145
Sitzler, Jutity A. 221
Slaton, Phyllis R. 87,207
Slaughter, Mary R. 212
Smith Charles H. 200
Smith Danny 200
Smith David L. 221
Smith Donna R. 200
Smith Douglas 221
Smith, Gerard M. 200
Smith James M. 207
Smith, James T. 207
Smith Larry D. 200
Smith Marina J. 200
Smith Marvin D. 200
Smith Mark 145
Smith Miller E. 221
Smith Pamela K. 221
Smith. Sybil A. 86,92,207
Smith, Verma A. 200
Smith, Virginia L. 221
William A. 145,200
William F. 201
Styles, Greg H. 221
Subert, Randy 212
Suggs. Gary D. 212
Sullivan, Lexie L. 212
Sullivan, Mike 55
Sullivant, Thomas 207
Summers, Steve 147
Sumners, Walter S. 221
Sussman, Larry E. 201
Swain, Wanda Faye 221
Swann, Stephanie A. 141. 221
Swartz, Richard B. 83.86.92,201
Swaty, John 86,221
Switzer, Susan J. 137.221
Sybert, Randy 150
Sykes, Charlotte L. 221
Tabar, Carol L. 141,207
Talbert, Peggy A. 221
Tanner, Richard A. 221
Sharra D. 207
Tanner, Vicki L. 85,93,137
Taylor, Debbie D. 221
Taylor, Michael P. 89,201
Taylor, Patricia A. 201
Tebbetts, John E. 212
Tedder, Stephen W. 147,201
Terry, Alvin L. 221
Terry, Benita G. 222
Terry, David D. 222
Terry, James J. 201
Thatcher, Thurman 222
Thomas, H. Edwin 203
Thomas, .John 201
Thomas, Mary E. 222
Thomas, Wayne C. 212
Thompson, Cheryl Lynn 222
Thompson, Dave J. 150,207
Thompson, Jim L. 222
Thompson, Peggy S. 212
Thompson, Pinkie W. 222
Thornton, James H. 207
Tiamsiri, Dusadee 222
Tibbits, John 95
Timm, Danny W. 95,222
Timm, Jonathan D. 222
Tinsley, Rebecca L. 222
Tinstman, Shirley M. 201
Tipton, Christy 212
Tipton, Michael H. 212
Tipton, Ronnie Dow 222
Tipton, Sheila 222
Toland, Richard A. 147
Tomayko, Valerie 207
Tomboli, Joseph Eugene 89
Torrence, Harrell L. 207
Tounzen, Trisha R. 212
Trent, Stuart A. 95,169,212
Tripp, Richard B. 150,222
Troppoli, Danielle L. 222
Troutt, Charolette C. 222
Tucker, Becky A. 222
Tucker, Sam 222
Tucker, Raymond 1. 212
Tull, Michael M. 222
Turley, Sonja L. 222
Turner, Karen A. 222
Turney, Doug 207
Tutt, Ellen K. 212
Tyler, Robert E. 201
Udomsap, Anong Sabbhasri 212
Underwood, Joyce M. 222
Upshaw, Michael Ray 222
Uyeda, Cheryl Rei 222
Van Cleve, Donald C. 64,207
Vandever, William R. 147,212
Vandiver, Ronnie 150
Van Zandt, Melanie L. 40.4l,121,
Vasterline, Jan C. 222
Vaughan. Ida M. 212
Veches, Sandy 93,138,207
Vela, Nancy S. 83,92
Vess, Cherry 222
Vess, Stuart C. 90,94,202
Vick, Carol A. 137
Vincent, Margaret Gail 222
Wagner, John Richard 223
Walden, Katheryn H. 207
Waldron, William W. 207
Walker, Carolyn R. 141, 202
Walker, Dale A. 207
Walker, Edith F. 202
Walker. Julie A. 86
Walling, Caludia 223
Walls, Clement S. 147
Walls, Linda 223
Walls, Sam 202
Walthall. John P. 223
Ward, Brenda K. 223
Ward, Delores 223
Ward, Ralph 95
Warford, Dorris D. 223
Warner, Carleen L. 212
Warren, James F. 207
Watkins, John G. 111 202
Watkins, Robert H. 212
Watson, Nancy L. 137
Waugh, Ruth H. 223
Weatherford, Billy R. 223
Weaver, Charles L. 223
Webb, David V. 223
Webb, Robert D. 223
Webb, Viggie 223
Weber, Raymond A. 148,149,207
Webster, Ruth V. 138,207
Weedman, Tom D. 90,202
Weideman, Warren 81,94,100,102,
Welch, Dennis L. 55,207
West, Michael L. 223
Westerfield, Glenn 223
Wewer, Mary B. 223
White, Cherry C. 212
White, Debby L. 158.207
White, Marilyn F. 138,223
White, Randy N. 212
Whitfield, Rudy V. 223
Whitfield, Tracy 149
Whiting, Ivan John 223
Whitmire, Sue 207
Whitten, Don 202
Whitten, Linda A. 223
Wicker, Cecil F. 47,223
Wiggins, Linda M. 202
Wiggins, 0. W. Pete 212
Wiggins, Ralph 212
Wiggs, Gary 223
Wiley, James E. 223
Willbanks, Linda L. 138
Williams, David L. 212
Williams, Glenn 223
Williams. Margaret A. 223
Williams, Melady 40,137
Williams, Merrell 223
Williams, Ted A. 212
Williamson. Wm. J. 212
Willis, Brian 149
Willis, Gloria J. 212
Wilmont-Freedman, David 207
Wilson, Ada K. 137
Wilson, Jerry B. 89,207
Wilson, Philip M. 90,94
Wilson, Ruby J. 212
Pamela Jean 40,41,121.
Wilson, Susan K. 84.85,87,92,93,
Wimberly, Gary D. 147,212
Wofford, Lois L. 87,202
Wolfe, Carolyn A. 207
Wood, Thomas F. 212
Woodruff, Betty J. 141,207
Woolard, Dianne 202
Wooldridge, Linda S. 138,212
Wright, Danny 150
Wright, Judy A. 207
Wright, Wayne T. 202
Wyrick, John M. 147
Wyrick. Phillip C. 147
Yancey, Larry 150
Yancey, Susanne T. 212
Yaniger, Norman 145
Yarbrough, Janet L. 86,143,212
Young, Carolyn E. 202
Younts, Robert L. 150
Zakrzewski, Frank J. 212
Zauf, Leslie E. 207
Zini, James E. 202
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