University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1970
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The excitement of an opening night brings
many new "actors" together.
Sorority rush ushers in a new social season
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A key to a great year is a good start. One
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just l8 weekly steps".
We all start with our set of priorities for the yt-ar. And sotnt-one has to niztkt
sure the new Union fztcilitic-s art- ustfd.
A scene from the Panhellenic Workshop demonstrates an organized
approach to the year.
Three reaclions to a student having 140 hours of credit and no approved degree plan
There were times during the year when organization, talent and hard
work paid off for all concerned.
A year which features a visit by Ralph Nader cannot be drab, dull, apathetic. No way!
Another of those whereas documents. The Senate can really turn out those
A recitation on the subject: why Cal Ledbetter should be unopposed for re-election to the legislature.
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Two registration officials display the usual high standards of Concentration and dedication
to their duties and an abnormally low stztndzird of earn:-ru consciousness.
UNO, this is not Becbc xl. C. That school is 34 miles up the freeway. No
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l0.'l873 minutes waiting for this instruetor's signature."
She: "I tnay not beat the system this year, but my
sly grin will confuse a few people."
3,527 Register At UALR
For Fall Semester
This year's fall registration brought with
it a new name for the school-University of
Arkansas at Little Rock. It is too bad that the
new name did not bring with it a new method
of registering. It seems tradition keeps on
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pair, frustration, self-strangulation, scattered
instances of profanity. Requirements for sur-
vival are marathon endurance, total self-control
and strong back.
All right, Elvis, we'll try one more time. Honestly, you must have set the record for fouling up this timew.
Hllhen the ordeal is finished, some of our friends tnan't believe we let ourselves
talked into Ballroom Dancing".
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Some manage to stay bent over the countless forms, Some break into a bad case of the simples.
Casualty NO. 72.
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Ciilhl' OWCU WHS Pan Of 3 great Chi O s with their looks of determination
Seventh Annual Slgma Nu
Relays Won By Chl Omega
For the second year in a row Chi
Omega won the Sigma Nu Relays. The four
sororities competed for a trophy in the con-
test sponsored by the fall pledges. The high-
light was a surprise event in which the con-
testants would put their noses on a baseball
bat and turn around ten times. Then they
would run back to tag the next contestant.
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Sigma Nu plc-dgcs dcscrvt' some sort
of I'CC'0gllili0Il for this day.
Chi Omegas sang Ding Dong Merrily on High and "No Room." Mary Jo Marks was songleader. C
Chl Cmega, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Win Aulsing
This year the Aulsing program was al-
tered slightly. Instead of singing one secular
and one sacred Christmas song, the groups
were free to sing any two Christmas songs
they pleased. Three music critics from the
Little Rock area judged the event. Placing
first were Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon. Second place winners were Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Pi Kappa Alpha.
Sig Alphs sang 'AO Clomc O CIUIIIC, IlIlIHLlIlllt'1H and K'I'l1c' Twc-Ive Days oi' CIlll'iSllT12iS.H Ray Tuckc-r
was the 1Jlll'lI'idg't' in ilu- pcm' II't't'.
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Pi Kappa Alpha changed the agenda in
its second annual Toilet Bowl. In addition
to a parade of floats made by the sororities,
the sororities played the football game. Two
semi-final games were held and the winners
played each other. The winners of the final
game had the privilege of having its candi-
date named queen. This was followed by a
A sure winner in the Toilet Bowl Parade com-
petition. This picture was submitted to the Ford
Advertising Department. Haven,t received a reply
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The victorious Kappas run the Green Bay sweep. Hold on lo that "hot potato".
PiKA Toilet Bowl Won
By Kappa Kappa Gamma
The pigskin and stripe-shined official are the ONLY keys to this maelstrom. Several examples of
good "form", though, Tri Dells.
Members of Lhe east zllternzru-ly express anuize-
ment and envy as heroine Eliza returns lo lu-1
neighborhood as 21 high-fashion lady.
Mike Mcflzirroll as Professor Higgins and Kerry Kennedy as Eliza meet for the lirsl time
in from of the large cizisl.
"My Fair Lady"
combined talent from
the Drama and Music
This fall the Drama Depart-
ment tried something new-a musi-
cal, "My Fair Lady." It was the
best production ever put on. The
department went all out for this one
and it was a great effort. The whole
east especially Mike MeCarroll and
Kerry Kennedy, performed magnifi-
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out the school year
Mary Howell learns about voting procedures
Exchange students gave a program to acquaint
us with their culture.
Captain Freeze at the Freshman lee
Black Students hold Black Emphasis Week
Contestants Catherine Eckford
and Doris Stallcup wait for
contest to start.
The Black United Students at UALR
held the first Black Emphasis Week on
campus. The keynote speaker during the
week was Bob Broadwater, a community
leader of the Black United Youth. He
spoke of a need for unity of and de-
culturization by Afro-Americans if com-
plete freedom shall ever realistically be
Talent and fashion shows were pre-
sented during the week with themes en-
compassingg black exhuberance, black
pride and black faith. An art exhibition
in the Student Union included paintings,
sculptures and musical instruments, all
representing some aspect of African cul-
Black Emphasis Week ended with a
two-fold event which included the "Ele-
gance in Ebony Pageant", and a follow-
ing "slave dance". Bernetta Hayes, a
sophomore at UALR and Joyce Harris
of Philander Smith shared the throne as
"Miss Black College Life".
Bernetta Hayes and Joyce Harris shared the
title of "Miss Black College Life."
Bernetta Hay es rccelx es con
gratulduons .after WIDIHHQ t1tle
Students spent rnany hours preparing for
Black Emphasis Week.
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Kay LaCaze and Jonathan Timm display the
Storthz Plaque and G. J. Francis Plaque
awarded to them at Activities Awards As-
sembly on the basis of scholarship, service
Rosalie Cheatham receives from Frank Whitbeck the
Alpha Kappa Psi Edward L. Whitbeck Award. She
also received the Chamber of Commerce Award for
the highest ranking senior and is UALR's first Wood-
row Wilson Fellowship winner.
Steve Mourning and Howard Moore, Pi Kappa Alpha
alumni advisor, hold the I.F.C. Scholarship Trophy
won by PiKA.
As Commencement is about to begin Senior David
Wilmot-Freedman makes some last minute adj ustments.
An historic event-the first unified Connncncement for the divisions of the University of
Arkansas in Little Rock.
Weekly meetings are held to co ordinate activities of the Senate
Student Senate has good year
The legislative body of student gov-
ernment, the Senate, is headed by a
president and vice-president elected
by the student body. Each class se-
lects a president and men's and
women's senator. The secretary and
treasurer are appointed by the Sen-
ate president. The duties of the Sen-
ate are to establish rules and regu-
lations governing student organizations,
promote the interest of the students
of UALR and sponsor various social
activities. Senate projects included
freshmen orientation, all-school dances
and sponsorship of Homecoming and
the Miss UALR Pageant.
Student Body President Jim OHara
W Len Griffin was Vic'c-Prclsidcm of the Scnzilc
Donna Abraham was Secretary of the Senate.
Ray Weber talks it over with Dr. Wilson.
Alpha Kappa Psi:
Front Row: joseph Tornboli Qpresidentyg Warren Jones fvice-presidentjg jerry B. Wilson fsecretaryj
james -I. Burley ttreasurerpg William C. Hollis fchaplainyg jonathan Tirnm, Dale Walker, joe Nunn II,
Second Row: Michael Kaczka, james W. Brown, David O. Henry, Dan T. McDonald, Robert J.
Richardson, Larry Haskins, Robert Bunchg Third Row: joe Binz, Dr. James Butler fsponsorjg Troy
D. Clrurclrrnan, Stephen L. Curnnock, George Foster, Terry Green, Alvin McMullin, Mr. james H.
Kidd, Fourth Row: Mr. Ernest White, Raymond Weber, James Hill, Roy Smith, Morris Williams,
Wayne Silrnon, Dan Boswell, Back Row: David Duncan, Royce Bolding, Dr. Lloyd Bowie, Mr. B. A.
Hardy, Richard Slrull, Thomas Griffin, Roger Van Dyke, john Barnett.
lpha Kappa Psi membership grows
Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest business fraternity in the nation, aims to-
ward giving members experience in business that will aid them in their ca-
reers. The Epsilon Psi chapter at UALR is concerned with scientific research
in the fields of commerce, accounting, and finance. Each year the local chapter
sponsors its annual "Career Day" at which time prominent businessmen in
the community discuss the fields of marketing, management, finance and ac-
counting arrd stress career opportunities in Arkansas. A special event held by
the organization this year was the Alpha Kappa Psi Christmas party. The
fraternity also operates the used book exchange each semester.
The Alpha Kappa Psi annual scholarship was created this year. Each year
the organization will award a 35200 scholarship to the outstanding senior mem-
ber ing the field of business. The criteria is based on need and scholastic record.
This year the Alpha Kappa Psi Little Rock Alumni Scholarship was awarded
to Mike Kaczka for academic achievement and service to the fraternity.
Alpha Kappa Psi sponsors are Dr. Lloyd Bowie, Mr. Ben Hardy, and Dr.
james Butler. President of the fraternity is joseph E. Tombolig vice-president is
Warren C. jones, secretary is Jerry B. W'ilson, and treasurer' is james xl. Burley.
Front Row: Opal Russell Csecretarypg Laquita Reed, Mary Wingfield, Carol Gent, Dr.
tadvisorjg Middle Row: Aileen Bishop, Judith Hill, Julie Walker, Beverly Bone, Back Row:
Donna Schreffler tvice-presidentlg Melissa McKay tpresidentpg Lenora Hinson, janet Pate,
S.N.E.A. composed A.C.E. Works for
0f future teachers elementary age children
The Student National Education As-
sociation develops an interest in teaching
as a profession. It provides an opportunity
to obtain a higher level of preparation
by participation in professional activities
offered to students on the local, state
and national levels. Guest speakers,
panels and films are part of the meetings
of the club. The annual student teachers
tea, in May to honor the student teachers
and their cooperating teachers, is the
special event of the year. The organi-
zation is sponsored by Dr. Rose Berry.
Mellisa McKay is President, Donna Sch-
reffler, Vice-President, and Opal Russell,
Front Row: Opal Russell, Loquita Reed tpre
Berry Cadvisorbg Middle Row: Judith Hill, ju
The Association for Childhood Ed-
ucation is an international organization
for elementary education majors. It is
concerned with the development of
children up to I2 years of age. The
purposes of the organization are to pro-
mote desirable conditions, programs and
practices in the elementary schools, to
raise the standard of preparation and
academic growth of teachers and other
educational leaders, to bring into active
cooperation all groups concerned with
children in the home and community, and
to inform the public of the needs of
children and how the school program
must be adjusted to fit these needs.
Mary Wingfield, Donna Schreffler, Dr. Rose
lie Walker, ,Ianet Pate, Back Row: Melissa McKay,
Aileen Bishop, Patricia LaMar, Lenora Hinson, Bill Doyle.
Pi Delta Phi:
Front Row: Marylou Martin, Mary Collier, Mary Ann Meers, Back Row: Miss Lucille Colaianni
Csponsorjg Mrs. Maryavis Parson fsponsorjg Rosalie Cheatham Qpresidentj.
Pi Delta Phi national Sigma Delta Pi national
honor French fraternity honor Spanish fraternity
In its second year on the UALR campus,
Epsilon Phi Chapter of Pi Delta Phi,
national honorary French fraternity, stim-
ulates American appreciation of the
customs and contributions of France and
its people to world culture. Along with
Sigma Delta Pi, the members sponsored
the UALR Language Fair. President is
Rosalie Cheatham, vice-president is Mary
Ann Meers, and secretary-treasurer is
Marylou Martin. Sponsors are Mrs.
Maryavis Parson and Miss Lucille
Sigma Delta Pi:
Zeta Sigma chapter of Sigma Delta
Pi, national honorary Spanish fraternity,
honors those who seek excellence in
the study of Spanish language, literature
and culture. Sponsored jointly with Pi
Delta Phi, the Language Fair was held
to stimulate interest in foreign languages.
Local high school students were in-
vited to perform skits and dialogues in
French and Spanish based on their reg-
ular class work. Officers are Rosalie
Cheatham, president and Larry Prince,
secretary treasurer. The chapter is spon-
sored by Mrs. Maryavis Parson and Miss
Front Row: Rosalie Cheatham fpresidentjg Larry Prince Qsecretary-treasurerjg Mark Gross, Back Row
Miss Lucille Colaianni, Mrs. Maryavis Parson, Mrs. Betty Newbern.
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Front Row: Rosalie Cheatham, Mary Ann Meers, Mary Collier, Miss Lucille Colaianni fsponsorjg Back
Row: Marylou Martin, John Swaty Cvice-presidentjg Alma jean Fuller lpresidenty Larry Prince.
L' Alliance Francaise La Sociedad Espanola
interested in French encourages Spanish
L'Alliance Francaise strives to pro-
mote interest in the French language,
culture and customs among students.
The members meet in the French lab
on Mondays twice a month for "Table
Francaise" in which they eat lunch and
discuss topics of interest in French. The
purpose of the 'fTable Francaise" is to
increase fluency in French. Alma jean
Davis is president of the club, John
Swaty is vice-president, and Miss Lucille
Colaianni is the sponsor.
La Sociedad E spanola
La Sociedad Espanola promotes in-
terest among students enrolled in Spanish
classes in the Spanish culture, and pro-
vides opportunities for forming friend-
ships with Spanish speaking residents of
Little Rock. A special event of the year
was Christmas Caroling for Spanish
families of Little Rock, followed by a
dinner. The president is Larry Prince
and the vice-president is Melissa McKay.
Mrs. Maryavis Parsons sponsors the
Front Row: Julie Walker tvice-presidentlg Larry Prince Cpresidentjg Katherine Baker, Carolyn Frazier,
Rosalie Cheathamg Back Row: Robert Smith, john Phipps, Mrs. Maryavis Parson tsponsorbg Melissa
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Front Row: Mary Jo Marks Qpresidentjg Mary Howell, Becky Massanelli, Jerri Farmer, Taffy Hain fvice
presidentjg Back Row: Nash Pringle, Peggy Howell, Missy Worley, Susan Switzer, Herschell Parent.
Newman Club Wesley Foundation
The Newman Club is an organization The Wesley Foundation is the Metho-
consisting of the Catholic students en- dist Church serving the college campus.
rolled in over 500 secular colleges and The Wesley Foundation is a place for
universities across the United States. The students to study, relax, meet friends, play
club was organized by Cardinal Newman games, worship and have fellowship. Lo-
for the purpose of helping Catholic stu- cated near the campus, the modern build-
dents to become aware of their religious ing is open for students to spend their
and civic responsibilities as educated citi- leisure hours between classes. Mr. James
zens. The club is led by Mary Jo Marks, R. Sewell is the campus minister. The
president and Taffy Hain, vice-president. Foundation's president is Matt Sego, vice-
president is Billy Garner and secretary is
Front Row: Matt Sego fpresidentjg Jeanie jones fsecretaryyg Billy Garner fvice-presidentjg Back Row: Bob
Scott, Terry Bray, james R. Sewell Ccampus ministerjg Eddie Black.
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B. S. U.
Front How: Carolyn Benton, Glynda jacks, Donna Dunn, lillen Gigglernan, Debi Bowmang Back How:
Mickey Anders tpresidentj, -less Dickinson, james Smalley fclirectorj Kathy Sliubcrt.
Baptist Student Union Youth for Truth
The Baptist Student Union provides Youth for Truth is a religious organi-
a fellowship for Christians on the UALR zation serving the UALR campus. Among
C3fI1pLlS helping YCIHIC Ch1'iSli21DiIY KO 2111 the activities the organization participated
oi life- Gieat Deeisioiis, an effort bY the in this year was a hospital visitation pro-
stufieiit to become better Citizens through gram at the University of Arkansas Medi-
being better informed, was sponsored by
B. S. U. this year. These Discussions were
held various Wednesday afternoons in the
new student union TV lounge. President
is Mickey Anders and the director is Mr.
cal Center. The organization is led by
Ricky Bittle, president, Ted Parkhurst,
vice-president and Karen Dillon, secretary-
treasurer. Mr. R. A. Cromwell is the
Youth for Truth
Front Row: Janice Bunch, Karen Dillong Back How: R. A. Cromwell Cfaculty sponsorlg Ralph Milhol-
land, Ricky Bitlle tpresidenty.
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Hood and Tassal:
Front Row: Rosalie Cheatham, Jeanie jones, Back Row: Gay Bard, Donna Abraham, Vicki Hufsmith.
Hood and Tassel stresses
Outstanding men chosen
high scholarship standards for Katalia membership
Hood and Tassel is an honorary
scholastic organization for upperclass
To be eligible for membership a stu-
dent must be in the upper 35 per cent of
her class, have completed at least 78 semes-
ter hours and hold membership in at least
three other campus organizations. Mem-
bers are tapped at the Awards Assembly
in the spring.
Among Hood and Tassel projects are
ushering at University plays, serving as
school hostesses and entertaining female
students included on the Dean's List at a
Sponsors are Mrs. Sue Pine and Dean
lland, johnny Fi
Katalia, the men's leadership and
scholarship organization on campus, in-
cludes 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 organizations and must rank in
the top one-third of their class. One of
the service projects of Katalia was to
sponsor the Awards Assembly at the end
of the Spring Semester. Alan Holland is
president and Mr. Richard B. Dixon is
Sher, Randy Herlocker.
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Front Row: Jeanette Fish, Rosalie Cheatham Cvice-presidentjg, Gay Bard, Second Row: Marilyn Glenn
fsecretaryjg Colleen Schay, Billie Broach Csponsoryg Patricia Lamar, Third Row: Elizabeth Prado, Doug
Turney, Carolyn Curry tpresidentjg Katheryn Walden, Back Row: Mrs. Maryavis Parson, Larry Henderson,
Robert Bunch, Dennis Welch.
Sword and Shield honors
Sword and Shield is an honor or-
ganization for juniors and seniors whose
membership is based on high scholastic
achievement. Induction is held twice a
year, with selection from the upper 122
percent of the senior class and the upper
five percent of the junior class. Sword and
Shield is co-sponsor of the Honors Convo-
cation program which is held to honor
the outstanding seniors at UALR. Mrs.
Billie Broach is sponsor for the organiza-
Phi Theta Kappa:
Phi Theta Kappa selects
upper 10'Z, of underclass
Phi Theta Kappa is composed of the
top ten percent of the freshman and sopho-
more classes and is a local chapter of the
National Scholastic Honor Societies of
Junior Colleges. A student must be en-
rolled for fifteen semester hours to be con-
sidered eligible for membership. An initia-
tion banquet is held each April to honor
new members. Phi Theta Kappa is co-
sponsor of Honors Convocation with
Sword and Shield. Mrs. Roslyn Donald
is faculty sponsor.
First Row: Roslyn Donald, Glenda Cale, Cindy Morgan, Jerri Farmer, Diana Redd, Peggy Thompson,
Second Row: Robert Kennedy fpresidentyg Eddie Stricklin, Margaret Williams, julie Walker, Third
Row: Eddie Smith, Ron Asbury, jimmy Bransford.
Organ Guild: Front Row - Kathy Hackler Qvicc-presidentj, Mary Pool Csecretaryj, Becky Simpson Qpresi-
dentj. Back Row - Jess Dickinson, Mike McCarroll.
Organ Guild Phi Mu Alpha
Student Organ Guild received its charter
in 1965 and is associated with the American
Guild of Organists. This group of sincere
organists is striving to advance the apprecia-
tion of religious music, to elevate the status
of church musicians and to raise the stand-
ards of efficiency of organists and choir-
masters. Membership is open to any student
interested in religious and organ music.
Phi Mu Alpha: Front Row - Marshall Townsend,
Daniel Keith james, Charles M. Young. Middle Row -
Eric A. Fraser, Lawson Gerald Hatfield jr., W. Daniel
Phi Mu Alpha promotes interest in mu-
sic and especially American music. Weekly
meetings are held each Sunday at 3:00 p.m.
in the band hall. At UALR this year they
sponsored a car wash, entered Aulsing and
served as ushers for music programs. Officers
are james Munns, president, Carlos Summers,
vice-president, Danny Johnson, secretary, and
Bill Hollis, treasurer.
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Johnston Qsecretaryj. Back Row
Qtreasurerp, Carlos Summers fvice-presidentj, Edward
Greening, Charles L. Sterling.
Front Row: Katheryn Walden Csecretary-treasurerj, Sybil Smith, Janie Johnson Cpresidentj. Back Row: Dr. Fred
Williams, Dr. H. I. Wollard, Mr. Harold Smith, Dr. Bedford K. Hadley fsponsorj.
Phi Alpha Theta
The Iota Zeta chapter of Phi Alpha point average in history courses and have
Theta national honor society recognizes fac- taken a minimum of twelve hours of history.
ulty members and students who have dis- Dr. Bedford K. Hadley is faculty sponsor,
tinguished themselves scholastically and who and officers are Janie johnson, president,
manifest a special interest in history. Student Frances Ross, vice-president, and Katheryn
members are required to have a 3.0 grade Walden, secretary-treasurer.
Phi Alpha Theta along with other campus honoraries, sponsored "Honors Week".
Front Row: Martin Tatoian, Don Iohnson Cvice-presidentjg ,lim Hardison, Jim Wilson, Steve Greenhart
Ron Fulbright, Back Row: Walter Daniel, Burt Squires, Larry Owen Csecretary-treasurerjg joe Drompp,
Richard Pope fpresidenty.
active in government for Freedom
The Young Democrats have been ac-
tive in national, state and local govern-
ment the past year. It is open to all in-
terested students. The purpose of the or-
ganization is to stimulate in young people
an active interest in politics and govern-
ment following the principles of the Dem-
ocratic Party and to provide a means by
which students may take part in politics.
Y. A. F.
Young Americans for Freedom is an
organization composed of young people
who believe in conserving individual free-
doms that as Americans we currently en-
joy and accepting the individual respon-
sibility for making tomorrow more free
for all people. They are sponsoring a
Hot Seat program every Friday at 12:00
noon. Officers are Robert Kennedy, presi-
dent, jim Hicks, vice-president, and Glenda
Front Row: Jeanne Turnbow Crecording secretaryj, Glenda Cale ftreasurerjg Glynda Jacks Csecretary-
correspondingjg Suzy Garrison, Roland Stanley, Middle Row: james Hicks Cvice-presidentjg Ron Asbury
fpresidentjg Finton Shaw, William C. Hollis, Back Row: Gary Harper, Gary Detherage, Evan Ridlon,
Ted Parkhurst, Gary Suggs.
Front Row: Virginia Booker, Jeanie Jonesg Middle Row: Rosalie Cheatham, jane Bennett, Vickie Huf-
smith, Melinda Hooper, Glenda Caleg Back Row: Sandy Veches, Donna Abraham, Pam Simmons,
Margaret Rozzell, Betty Woodruff.
Cardinal Key sponsors cultural exchanges
Cardinal Key is a national honor society
for women of at least junior status who are
leaders in both school and community. Pur-
poses of Cardinal Key are to provide an
active program of serviceg to recognize achieve-
ment in scholarship and extra-curricular ac-
tivitiesg to advance personal growth, pa-
triotism and service by affording training
for leadership in the college community, and
to develop worthy character by application
of the Cardinal virtues to living.
The UALR colony works with inter-
national students on campus, helping them
in making college adjustments. This year
Cardinal Key sponsored the Korean Students
Cultural Exchange, maintained a special reg-
istration table for the foreign students, and
assisted Mrs. Brady in the English class for
A before school party was sponsored for
the foreign students and at Christmas a
party for elderly people was held.
Cardinal Key is sponsored by Mrs. Alice
Munson. The president is Donna Abraham,
vice-president is Libby Bamett and the secre-
tary is Jeanie jones.
Cardinal Key sponsored the first Korean Night
Alpha Delta Sigma: Front Row - Tom Mooning-
ham, Paula Chandler, Sandy Veches Csecretaryj, Colleen
Schey. Middle Row - Warren Weideman fpresidentj,
UALR chapter of ADS
Public' service ads prepared by Alpha Delta
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Are you going
Stuart Trent, Judy Eudy, Gene McCoy fadvisorj. Back
Row - John Bloodworth fvice-presidentj, Tom Steves,
Tony Fraterigo, Gary Sorrels
named tops in nation
Alpha Delta Sigma is a national pro-
fessional advertising fraternity designed
to bridge the gap between the classroom
and professional advertising experience.
ADS is empowered to initiate into Gam-
ma Alpha Chi, national professional
women's advertising organization, wom-
en students who meet the scholastic and
professional standards of the organiza-
A special project this year was doing
public service advertising in all the Little
Rock high school and college papers on
drug abuse, safe driving, and patriotism.
In March the UALR chapter of ADS
held the regional convention in Hot
Springs with chapters from three states
attending. Previously in November at the
national ADS convention in St. Louis
the UALR chapter was named as the top
ADS chapter in the nation. Warren Weide-
man is president of the fraternity and
Mr. Gene McCoy is the faculty sponsor.
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.AU-Uuming Clnbg From Row - George Foster, Ray Smith fadvisorj. Back Row - Harold Shreve, Morris
Weber tpresidentj, Robert Bunch, jim Burley, Roy
Williams, Ernest YVhite tatlvisorj, Alan Mt-Williams.
Accounting Club Circle K Club reorganized
hosts guest speakers at UALR
The purpose of the Accounting Club is
to encourage the idea of service as the basis
of the accounting profession and to help pave
the way from student to practitioner. The
club provides an organized program of speak-
ers prominent in the field of accounting. The
UALR Accounting Club was active this year
in the formation of a statewide association
of accounting clubs. The club is sponsored
by Mr. Roy Smith. Ray Weber is president,
Larry Haskins, vice-president, and Larry
Circle K Club: Front Row - Rogers Faust tpresidentj,
Bob Halliday tsecretaryj, joe Drompp Ctreasurerj, Ran-
dy Mourning, jay Hall, Don johnson. Back Row -
Reorganized on the UALR campus after
being dormant for two years, the Circle K
Club at UALR aims to build the character
of college men through service to the com-
munity and their alma mater. At the annual
awards assembly the club presented a plaque
to the outstanding educator chosen by the
student body. The Kiwanis Club of South-
west Little Rock sponsors the University
chapter. Dr. Donald Warmack, Professor in
the Division of Fine Arts, serves as faculty
sponsor. Rogers Faust, jr. is president, Gary
Brown, vice-president, and Bob Halliday is
john Powers, Kiln Hearnsberger, Steve Creenhaw,
Rick linglisll, Steve Williamson.
WRA: Front Row - Blair McElroy, Daren Ligon,
Rita Suggs, jane Bennett, Susan Marks, Pam Aldridge,
Mary Jo Marks. Second Row - Melanie VanZandt,
Genine Clements, Kathryn Holmes, Debbie Landsman,
Sandy Gernigan, Diana Redd, Margaret Williams,
Missy Worley, janet Wright. Third Row - Glenda
Cale, jane Ellis, Melanie McCool, Helen Gothard,
Lenora Hinson, Sara Jane Moseley, Kathy Loftis, Kay
Renshaw, Jerrie Famier. Back Row - Laura Carroll,
Kathy Bailey, Kathy Baker, Paula Noto, Susan Cassa-
day, Harriet Nutt, Kathy Plating.
WRA encourages women's Athletic activities
participation in sports
The Women's Recreation Association
serves to encourage the entire female student
body to participate in organized athletic
events and also to encourage participation in
other forms of wholesome active recreation.
The WRA held a campout this year and
sponsored the All-Star Volleyball and All-Star
Basketball games. Girls from each organiza-
tion are chosen for the All-Star teams. Mem-
bership in the WRA is open to any woman
student. Mrs. Betty Stephens is the sponsor,
Ann Bledsoe, president, and Linda Smith,
P. E. Club: Front Row - Helen Dean, Angela John-
son, Ann Bledsoe, Judy Dalton, Patty Hooper, Gary
Jones, Mrs. Betty Stephens Qsponsorj. Second Row -
john Selig fpresidentb, Cathy Owen, Rita Robinson,
Barbara jungkind, Mike Oury, Billy Wetherford. Third
promoted by Physical
The Physical Education Club is an or-
ganization composed of physical education
majors and minors. It strives for preparation
for and communication within the field of
health, physical education, and recreation. In
March the club sponsored the Woman's State
A.A.U. Basketball Tournament. The club is
sponsored by Mrs. Betty Stephens, and Mr.
Marshell Davis. President is John Selig, vice-
president is Mike Qury, and secretary is Linda
Row - Ann Gladish, Valerie Morris, Steve Aldridge,
Larry Puckett, David Rinehart, Marshall Davis fspon-
sorj. Fourth Row - Anthony Quinn, john Grissom,
Gregg Winston, john Torbett Qsponsorj.
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ftreasurerj, Paul O. Crews, Stuart A. Trent fpresidentj. Dennis H. Kolb, Thomas F. Wood, Cynthia Dorsey,
Middlf' Row - 101111 W- AVCILY, JOTIII Allen fsecretarll, Elizabeth Bowles, jimmy Murphree tx'it'e-presidentJ
Veterans' Club has
successful first year
The Veterans, Association sponsored the March Of Dimes
charity basketball game.
The Veterans' Association is made up
of veterans attending UALR. The asso-
ciation strives to promote the social and
academic development of the veterans.
The veterans take an active role in cam-
pus functions in order to promote stu-
dent participation and present UALR as
a good choice for furthering one's educa-
tion. Some 450 veterans attend UALR
and the association is designed specifical-
ly to meet their needs.
The association works with student
organizations as well as civic organiza-
tions. During 1969-70 the association
played a large role in some of the major
campus events, including the Trojan
beauty contest and the spring play. In
addition, a major drive was conducted
attempting to raise allowances on the
G. I. Bill. Letters were sent to 50 veteran
organizations, urging their support in
Each semester the association spon-
sors a reception for veterans on the cam-
pus. The first, held in February was a
At least two charitable fund raising
projects are held by the association each
year. At Christmas a drive to support a
Korean orphan was sponsored by the
veterans, and the first annual March of
Dimes comedy basketball game was held
The Veterans' Association is spon-
sored by Mr. Bob Arrington. The presi-
dent is Stuart Trent, vice-president is
Jimmy Murphree, and the secretary is
C hoir menibers sing at 21111111211 C1llI'lSIIT1kiS 1'o11cer1.
The UALR Concert Choir is a select choral organization which represents the
Music Departlnenl and the University throug11 performances and concerts on and off
tl1e campus throughout tl1e year. The choir prese11ts an 21111111211 Christmas and spring
concert and performs in numerous lllgll schools and churches throughout tl1e state.
Other activities i11cl11de an annual televisio11 special televised on Christmas Day,
pCI'fOI'll12ll1C6S for local service clubs 21nd appearances for UALR assembly programs.
The choir is under the direction of Ned R. Dejournett, Assistant Professor of Music.
Accoinpanists for llltf choir are Nancy Lyle and Kathy Hackler.
The choir presented a televised program O11 Christmas Day.
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son, Danna Hearn, Carolyn Benton, janict- Townsetitl, joy Dyson, Virgitf Callahan, I.t-xic Sullivan,
Kathy Fowlt-r, Ann Norton, Ann Rift, Marsha Cole, Elizabcth BCrg', Nanfy Lyle, Rita Robinson, Ar-
lt-ne Stracklcin. Male mt-rnbt-rs: jerry Hatfield, Don Harrison, john Jarntls, Charles Sterling, Clark
Crays, Ronnie Bungcr, Gcorgv Parker, Joss Dickinson, john Callahan, Jim Spurgcss, Phil Hays, .Ianws
Munns, David Harrison, Marshall Townscncl, Raymond Murry and Danny jamvs.
Front Row: David Kaufman Cpresidentjg Suzanne Akins, Donna Lansdowne, Marty Morgan, Charlotte
Moore, Charlie Davidson, Jeanette Fish, Angie Wooley Qvice-presidentj, Sharyn French, Second How:
Janie Kempner, Lynda Bowers, Mary Kathryn Holmes, Anne Williamson, Marsha Reed, Warren
Weideman, Donna Dunn, Third Row: Mike McCarroll, John Perkins, Steve Mourning, Cary Suggs,
Claudia Phillips, Janet McLemore, Mike Middleton, Back Row: Margaret Carner, Carolyn Curry, Cliff
Haislip fsponsorjg Dennis Lewis, Jeff LaCaze, Buddy Bailey, Kim Hornby, Dave Parrish.
University Theatre Guild
"My Fair Lady" cast members admire Eliza's bird
University Theatre Guild is composed of
students interested and active in dramatic
presentations, Participation may range from
acting to technical production. This year's
major productions were "My Fair Lady" and
"The Visit". The members hold a banquet
each year to give awards for acting and tech-
nical work in the productions. David Kaufman
is president, Angie Wooley, vice-president, and
Margaret Horner, secretary.
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Front Row: Angie Wooley, Jeannette Fish, Charlie Davidson Cvice-presidentl' Second Row: Margaret
Carner, Warren Weideman, David Kaufmang Third Row: Mike Middleton, Carolyn Curry, Mary
Kathryn Holmes, Charlotte Moore, Back Row: Dave Parrish, jeff LaCaze, Steve Mourning Cpresidentj
Cliff Haislip Qspon sorl
Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega, an honorary dramatics
fraternity, participates in and supports all
dramatics activities on campus. To gain mem-
bership, one must successfully appear in sev-
eral plays and must be recommended by the
Drama Department. Acceptance into the or-
ganization is the highest honor attainable by
drama students. Steve Mourning is president,
Charlie Davidson vice-president, and Dave Par-
rish, business manager. Clifford Haislip is
It's off to Ascot for the "My Fair Lady" cast
The UALR Stage Band, an 18-piece jazz ensemble, provides training for college music
students and selected high school students in modern American music.t The group features
original compositions, both single and group improvisations, and arrangements representa-
tive of the current music scene. Their library ranges from rock charts to extended concert
pieces reminiscent of contemporary classical music.
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Hatfield, Kathy Fowler, Lexie Sullivan.
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Forum relates campus activities
The Forum, the University newspaper,
has presented the UALR campus with a
bi-monthly account of activities on and off
As a member of the Arkansas College
Press Association, the Forum has retained
its fine record of competition with other
state news publications by presenting in-
teresting and amusing articles covering
news, sports and feature events.
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Trojan presents UALR
The Trojan, the University yearbook
is a diary of outstanding events and activ-
ities that have taken place during the fall
of 1959 and spring of 1970.
In the fall the staff was assembled and
plans were made for the Work that was
to be done.
The Trojan is a member of the Arkan-
sas College Publications Association.
July 10, 1970
Mr. Herschell Parent
Editor , 19 70 TROJAN
University of Arkansas
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
Dear Mr. Parent:
It was quite an honor for me to be this
year's judge for the TROJAN'S beauty contest,
and I appreciate your thinking of me. It was
not an easy decision by any means, as all of
the candidates had all the qualifications of
I would like to take a moment, if I may,
and say something to all the graduates: and I
hope all the underclassmen can benefit from it
First, may I extend my sincere congratu-
lations to each of you for achieving what is
most important to all the students in the
country: and that is, the completion of a solid
educational background. As each of you embark
upon your individual ventures, always remember
that your education is going to play an impor-
tant role in your future. Whatever direction
you may be headed is the direction your teachers
and counselors were preparing you for. And if
you just remember all they have taught and ad-
vised you, you will be able to overcome any
hardships you may encounter on the road to suc-
I'll be visiting Little Rock around the
fourth of October to appear at the State Fair,
and I do hope some of you will come by and see
May your future be as bright and happy as
you hope it will be.
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Winn-ing-contestant Vikki Krutz closes her eyes in ecstasy capturing permanently in her memory the moment
of being crowned Miss University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
First Miss U.A.L.R. Contest Won by Vikki Krutz
Swimsuit contestant: Talent contestant:
History's first Miss UALR
Pageant got off to a rather
shakey start. Since there were
only four initial entries, the Stu-
dent Senate changed the name
from "pageant" to "auditions,"
The number of contestants did
increase to seven but because of
the "tight money situationu costs
were cut in production-one of
which limited the audience to
students and families only.
Surprisingly enough, there
was a tie for Miss Congeniality
between Lisa Daffron and Vikki
Krutz. This tie did not last long
after Melanie Van Zandt was
named first runner up, Vikki
Krutz won, being crowned his-
tory's first Miss UALR by Judy
Laman-the last Miss LRU.
Melanie Van Zandt
"Sloopy should have been u eowboy's eat . , . reads
contestant Kaye Flake from a poem by Rod McKnen.
Betty Woodruff, backstage helper, reads while lludy Lgunun,
Miss LRU of 1969, waits out her reign.
Lively numbers included:
Debra Wool's ballet Qabovej
Cathy Owen's zitirobatics Qbelowj
und, Melinda Cil'Illl'ylS tap-dance.
Homecoming is an annual event spon-
sored by the Student Senate. Members of the
basketball team choose five finalists from
whom the Homecoming Queen is selected.
The five finalists were: Karen Ligon CSAEJ,
Angie johnson QPE Clubj Kathy Woods
CADSJ, Cathy Owen QKKGJ, and Chris Westen-
haver fPKAj. Members of the court were
escorted by Student Senate officers.
Chris Westenhaver, representing Pi Kappa
Alpha, was crowned Homecoming Queen.
Homecoming Queen crowned
Standing amidst her court is Homecoming Queen, right: Karen Ligon QSAEJ, Angie Johnson CPE Clubj
Chris Westenhaver. Members of the court are left to Kathy Woods QADSJ, and Cathy Owen CKKGQ.
Senior, Hood Sc Tassel, Secretary and Treasurer,
Cardinal Key, UTG, President, Alpha Psi Omega,
Business Manager, superior in poetry and persuasive
speech in Arkansas State Speech Association, Arts and
Letters Award for outstanding college speaker in
Arkansas, 4th nationally in college speaking, Cal
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Listg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurerg Math
Club, IFC, Treasurerg Newman Club, Alpha
Kappa Psig Accounting Club, President.
Membership in Who,s Who Among Str
dents in American Colleges and Universitic.
is a national honor conferred on only om
half of one percent of all the country's co
lege students. Selection is made on the bas.
of scholarship, citizenship, character, servicf-
acadernic and extra-curricular leadership.
UALR students were nominated by me
bers of the faculty. All nominations were r
viewed by a faculty-student committee an
were then sent to the national organizatio
Senior, President of Students for Equality, Stu-
dent Senate, Treasurer, Foreign Relations Club, Herbe
Tolehmann Scholarship, Dean's Counselor, Dean's
List, Alpha Kappa Psi.
Senior, Student Senate, President, Sophomore
and junior Class President, Who's Who 68-69, Sigma
Nu, Vice President, Dean's List, Dean's Counselor,
Young Democrats, Vice President.
Senior, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treasurer, Pi
Delta Phi, President, Vice President, Sigma Delta Pi,
President, L'Alliance Francaise, President, Tau Beta
Sigma, Sec-Treasurer, Cardinal Key, Hood and Tas-
sel, Dean's Counselor, Dean's List, Cynthia Mills
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Seniorg Hood and Tassel, Presidentg Phi Theta
Kappag Sword and Shieldg Deanis Listg Dean's Coun-
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Seniorg Pi Beta Phi, Presidentg Panhellenic, Vice
Presidentg Cardinal Key, Presidentg Hood and Tasselg
Student Senateg Dean's Listg SNEAQ WRAQ Who's
Who 68-695 Dean's Counselorg Freshman Women's
Seniorg Sigma Nu, Presidentg Kataliaz Uean's Coun--
selorg Who's Who 68-695 Kappa Kappa Psig Deanfs
Listg University Band.
Who's Who 19 0
LEONARD W. GRIFFIN
Seniorg Student Body Vice-Presidentg junior Class
Presidentg Canterbury Clubg IFC3 Sigma Nu, Chaplain.
PAUL WAYNE CHEEK
Seniorg G. J. Francis Awardg Student Senate
Treasurerg Dean's Counselorg Sigma Nu Fraternity.
MARGARET ANNE ROZZELL
Seniorg Delta Delta Delta, Treasurerg Phi Theta
Kappag Student Senate, Secretaryg Dean's Listg Dean's
Senior, W. R. A., Kappa Kappa Gamma, Presi-
dent, Dean's List, Young Democrats, Secretary-Treas-
urer, U. T. G., Cardinal Key, Secretary, Justice,
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President, Alpha Psi Omega, Vice President, U. T. G.,
Vice President, Trojan and Forum Business Manager,
Sports Publicity Director for Athletic Department,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chronoclor, Member of Little
Rock Ad Club.
junior, Chi Omega, President, Phi Theta Kappa,
W. R. A., YAF, Treasurer, Math Club, Dean's Coun-
selor, Cardinal Key.
Who's Who 19 0
Seniorg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Presidentg Young
Democratsg IFCQ Presidents' Council.
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juniorg Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Wom-
en's Senatorg Cardinal Keyg Dean's Counselorg W. R. A.g
Delta Delta Deltag Cheerleader.
Seniorg Katalia, Presidentg Sigma Nu Fraternityg
IFCg Dean's Listg Young Democratsg Sophomore
Men's Senatorg Chief justice Constitutional Court.
Who's Who 19 0
Seniorg Phi Theta Kappag Alpha Psi Omegag Chi
Omega Pledge Class Presidentg U. T. G.g Young
Democratsg PiKA Dream Girlg Miss LRU for 1969.
Seniorg Cheerleaderg Cardinal Keyg Senior VVOIH-
en's Senatorg Kappa Kappa Gamma, President 68-695
Dean's Counselorg W. R. A.g A. C. E.g S. N. E. A.g
Panhellenic Summer Work 1968.
juniorg Sigma Nug Dean's Counselorg Freshman
Senatorg University Theater Guild.
Who's Who 19 0
Seniorg Hood Sc Tasselg Cardinal Key, Secretary-
Treasurerg Dcan's Counselorg Math Club, Secretary-
Treasurerg Homecoming ueeng Cheerleader.
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Key, Vice Presidentg Hood 8c Tassel, Secretary, Student
Senateg Arkansas Junior Miss Scholarshipg Arkansas
Insurance Women's Scholarshipg Trojan Beautyg Miss
Little Rockg Delta Delta Delta.
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Cheerleader Captaing Dean's Counselorg Dean's Listg
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Rush is an educational experience, as this visitor to the Chi Omega Lodge is
discovering. The casual observer may become somewhat confused by the
various displavs of owls, snakes, arrows and eagles, but never the rushee!
Greeks get-it-together for any and all occasions
Rush is a time of high-powered oratory, as exemplified in this scene from the Sigma Nu Lodge. It is cer-
tain that the guys on the other side of the camera are more stirred up than this supporting cast.
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picked a beautiful autumn after-
noon to rally 'round their own
flag. By all appearances, the mat-
ters under discussion are not of
the most grave concern.
A hard charging bunch-these
Pi Kappa Alpha men make up in
enthusiasm what they lack in the
fine points of form for cross-
country running. Has the food in
the Union improved this much?
These three spectator sports could be viewing anything
from the international dirty joke olympics to a train-
ing session in rack torture methods. The gent in the
picture indicates it's the Sigma Nu Relays after all.
Don't be misled by the appearance of this gala event. It is definitely not the 42nd annual Pi Kappa Alpha
Toilet Bowl. Itls the UALR edition of the President's Physical Fitness Program.
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This rushee is taking it all in. One gels the opinion
she's "from Missouri and will have to be shown". This
Kappa Kappa Gamma twosome could convince a male
audience of anything and they have a high efficiency
rating with women, also.
The Interfraternity Council is made
up of three representatives of each of the
four fraternities on campus. 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 informa-
tion concerning each of the fraternities
and is helpful to freshmen going through
rush. Meetings are held each week under
the direction of jerry Corley, Dean of Men.
I F C makes rules governing fraternities
Front Row Ray Brown Bobby Lord Herschell Parent Terry Cargile, Raymond Weber, Back Row: Keith
North john Curtis Steve Greenhart joe Drompp Don johnson
The Panhellenic Council is the prin-
cipal advisory and governing board for
the four national women's sororities on
the UALR campus. Each sorority has two
representatives on the Panhellenic Coun-
cil. The council realizes its responsibilities
to the college campus as a social organiza-
tion for setting and maintaining high
scholastic achievement as part of their
program, and a trophy is given each year
to the sorority with the highest grade point
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Panhellenic establishes policies for sororities
Front Row: Carol Vick, Martha Sawrie, Ginny Fetzek, Slqllllllllt' Swan
Back Row: Linda I,aCrossa, Milna Cazort, Pam Simmons, 5114-1111 Brown
Alpha Kappa Alpha
The first year on the UALR campus
proved to be an active and interesting one
for the Alpha Kappa Alpha colony. Hope-
fully, success will come in the form of the
colony's official charter.
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, founded in
1908 at Howard University, Chicago, Illinois,
is a service organization having broad ob-
jectives ranging from social activities to
scholarship and career guidance.
The UALR colony endeavored to exhibit
significant traits of the organization to earn
its charter. Participation in campus activities
claimed the "Spirit Trophy" in its first year
and Sheila Hood was a Trojan cheerleader.
Roybe Hall, Sybil Casey, Cheryl Thompson
and Kathleen Delyles were appointed Dean's
As a service project the colony presented
the "Pre-Thanksgiving Charity Dance" with
the canned good admissions donated to needy
families. Members also marched for the Heart
President janet Tate makes presentation at Pfesldent.
"Pre-Thanksgiving Charity Dance." Vlce Presldent
The dance proved to be a worthwhile project as well as a most enjoyable event.
Alpha Kappa Alpha alumnac
plan for the colony with Dcan of Women
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Gamma Zeta chapter of Chi Omega de-
scribes this year as one of its best. The
chapter started off by winning the Sigma Nu
Beverly Bone was elected Freshman Wom-
en's Senator and also Trojan cheerleader.
Glenda Cale was selected for "Who's Who".
Jane Bennett, Judy Laman and Glenda Cale
were in Cardinal Key. Mary Katherine Gould
served as secretary of Phi Theta Kappa. Mary
jo Marks was elected president of the New-
man Club and Taffy Hain was vice president.
The Chi Omegas again won first place
in the annual Aulsing. High point of the
year's activities came with the annual Chi
Omega carnation ball in April and also the
75th anniversary celebration held in Fayette-
President Glenda Cale
Vice President Jane Bennett
Secretary Bonny Bone
Treasurer Gail Glover
President jane Bennett
Vice President Bonny Bone
Secretary Carol Vick
Treasurer Jerrie Farmer
Mary jo Marks
Mary Jane Atkinson
Tri Delta women continued to exhibit
leadership qualities on campus. Virginia
Booker, Judy Eudy and Margaret Rozzell are
listed in "Who's Who" and they are also in
Cardinal Key. Harriett Nutt, Agnes Ferreria
and Donna Dunn are Phi Theta Kappas.
Virginia Booker was on the Constitutional
Court and Judy Eudy was Junior Women's
For the second time in two years, a Tri
Delta was chosen Homecoming Queen. Lisa
Daffron was a cheerleader co-captain and
Shelia Henson was on the squad. Cathy
Plating was Pike Dream Girl and her court
consisted of all Tri Deltas. Judy Eudy was
elected president of the advertising fraternity,
becoming the first woman to hold such an
office in a collegiate chapter in the U. S. Tri
Delta was also first to pledge a woman out-
side of the states-Agnes Ferreria of Trina-
dad, West Indies.
Social highlights included a pledge pres-
entation tea, Christmas tea, gold and white
ball and pansy breakfast.
Tri Deltas gather for Delta Week activities.
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President Virginia Booker
Vice President Margaret Rozzell
Secretary Linda Wooldridge
Treasurer Diana Redd
Kappa Kappa Gamma
This was a rewarding year for the Kappas
who celebrated their centennial with a con-
vention in French Lick, Indiana. The UALR
Chapter won the national finance award at
In addition the Kappas won the intra-
mural activities trophy, the PIKA Toilet Bowl
football game, and the prize for the float for
the game. Caroline Jackson was Toilet Bowl
Queen. Honors came also to Betty Woodruff
and Rosalie Cheatham who were elected to
Who's Who. Rosalie received the Outstanding
Senior Award, the Woodrow Wilson National
Scholarship, the Foreign Language Depart-
ment Award and numerous other awards upon
her graduation. Melanie Van Zandt served as
Sophomore Wornen's Senator and first runner
up in the Miss UALR pageant. Carol Tabor
served as Senior Women's Senator. The Fall
Pledge Class project was entertaining chil-
dren in the Catholic Childrenls Home.
President ............... ....... B etty Woodruff
Vice President ....... ............ C arol Tabor
Secretary ............. ........... P hillis Jackson
Treasurer ...... ............... R osalie Cheatham
President ............. ............... Cathy Owen
Vice President ....... ....... M elanie Bradford
Secretary ............. ............... P am Simmons
Treasurer ......... ...... S arah Jane Moseley
Carol Jo Lazenby
Sarah Jane Moseley
Melanie Van Zandt
Mary Jane Farquharson
Mary Ka Lherine Holmes
Pi Beta Phi
Fraternity sponsors are recognized at Presentation
Arkansas Beta chapter of Pi Beta Phi
enjoyed a busy year filled with activities and
honors. November saw the annual presenta-
tion dance held at the Hotel Marion when
members of the fall pledge class were pre-
Pi Phi pledges along with Sigma Nu
pledges gave a Halloween party for the chil-
dren at the Methodist Children's Home. Along
with exchange parties, the Pi Phis held a
surprise breakfast for the pledges in April.
On April 28 Founders' Day was celebrated
with Little Rock alumnae members at Trap-
nall Hall. The annual Christmas party was
The Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy was
won this year by Pi Beta Phi. Chapter mem-
bers included the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sweetheart, Susan Morgan and Sigma Nu
Sweetheart, janet Yarbrough. Vicki Hufsmith
was selected for "Who,s Who", Cardinal Key
and Hood and Tassel. Becky Kingrey served
as a cheerleader and Debbie Wools was second
runner-up to "Miss UALR".
President Vicki Hufsmith
Vice President Debbie Birch
Secretary Mary Jane Farquharson
Treasurer Mary Kathryn Holmes
President Mary Kathryn Holmes
Vice President Katherine Baker
Secretary Shari Yeargain
Treasurer Jeanne Turnbow
The strength of Kappa Sigma lies in its
age, history and uniqueness. Kappa Sigma
was founded in the United States on Decem-
ber 10, l869 at the University of Virginia.
The fraternity stresses scholarship, a belief in
God and high moral convictions for all of
its members. Theta Eta chapter of Kappa
Sigma is one of among 197 chapters that
compose Kappa Sigma. Sam Abraham was
elected as Junior Men's Senator, Craig Camp-
bell was elected as President of the Inter-
fraternity Council, Rick Carmichael was elect-
ed as Treasurer of the Interfraternity Council,
and Richard English was on the varsity de-
bate team and elected President of Circle K.
Activities included the Poncho Villa Me-
morial Party, Suppressed Desire Party, Christ-
mas Formal, Figi Island Party and a smash-
ing success at the annual Aulsing.
Grand Master ............................... Gary Hooten
Grand Procurator ........................... Ray Brown
Grand Master of Ceremonies ........... Bob Lord
Grand Scribe. ........ ....................... J im Clemons
Grand Treasurer ................. Haskell Dickinson
Grand Master ............................. Sam Abraham
Grand Procurator .................... Craig Campbell
Grand Master of Ceremonies ....... Rick Brown
Grand Scribe ..................................... Bob Croft
Grand Treasurer ....................... Jim Clemmons
Kappa Sigma holds rush for new members
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha was named winner of
the Interfraternity Council Scholarship tro-
phy for the third consecutive year.
Members were active in honorary, service
and leadership societies on campus as well
as in special interest groups. Robert Barnett
served as President of Interfraternity Council.
The Pike pledge class performed service
to the school by painting the parking lot.
Social events included the Roaring Twen-
ties Party, Playboy Party and a New Year's
Party. The 1970 Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl
was Cathy Platting.
President ...................................... Terry Cargile
Vice President ....... ....... J im Munns
Secretary ............. ........ C hris Cook
Treasurer ........................................ Pete Cooper
President .................................. Steve Mourning
Vice President ....... ....... D on johnson
Secretary .............. ....... J irn Dudley
Treasurer ..................................... Richard Pope
Pike members ride to the Toilet Bowl games
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon completed another sue-
cessful year by winning the l.F.C. intramural
trophy. The SAEs also won first place in Aulsing
The year was filled with civic and social
activities as the Sig Alphs held a Halloween
party for the Arkansas Children's Home, helped
with the Toys for Tots campaign at Christmas
and held an Easter egg hunt for the Methodist
Childrens Home. Social activities included the
Poor White Trash Party, Hang 'Em High Party
and Old South Ball.
The SAES were active on campus too. Ray-
mond Weber and John Norrell served on the
Senate. Warren Weideman was editor of the
Forum. Three Sig Alphs were elected to "W'ho,s
Whom: David Stewart, Raymond Weber and
President David Stewart
Vice President Rogers Faust
Secretary jerry Sparks
Treasurer Raymond Weber
President Raymond Weber
Vice President Jerry Sparks
Secretary Steve Cash
Treasurer Eddie Cassaday
Service projects are a primary phase of fraternity activities.
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Steve Cash ' can
Raymond Weber ii
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Sigma Nu S
Commander John Brizzolara
Lt, Cgmmandgr Herschell PEITCIII
Recorder Jim LiHSky
Commander john Brizzolara
Lt. Commander Herschell Parent
Recorder Larry White
Treasurer jim Bransford
An informal gathering at
Sigma Nu fraternity at UALR ended its
centennial observance and brought in a new
century with an active year and full use of
its lodge near the campus.
In keeping with the tradition of leader-
ship in Sigma Nu, jim O'Hara served as
president of the Student Senate and Len
Griffin was Senate vice president. Eta Xi
chapter members served as president of
Katalia, University Theater Guild and For-
eign Relations Club. john Curtis represented
Sigma Nu on l.F.C. as vice president.
"Who's Who" selected six Sigma Nus
for membership: Paul Cheek, Len Griffin,
Randy Herlocker, Alan Holland, Jim O'Hara
and Bob Shivers. Six Sigma Nu men were
named to the Deanls List for academic
achievement. Herschell Parent was editor of
janet Yarbrough, Pi Beta Phi, was
crowned Sigma Nu Sweetheart at the White
Rose Formal and Chi Omega won the annual
Sigma Nu Relays, an event popular among
Greeks and the student body as a whole. A
highlight of the Shipwreck Party was the
announcement of Debbie Dodd as Girl Friday.
Jim Bradberry and Randy Sybert ushered
out the year for Sigma Nu at UALR as
members of the Trojan baseball team.
the Sigma Nu Lodge
I erry Carr
Bill Rowen baeh
Bob Sh ivers
Bob Youn ts
Greek Life 1969-70
Greek Life 1969-70
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Ronnie Finley ftrainerjg john Selig Cmanagerjg Mike Pyron, Charlie johnson, Don Sugg Edgar Williams
Ken Dixon, Gregory Winston, Tom Butler, Mike Lowe, Charlie Hoty, Coach Happy Mahfouz
Coaches give valuable experience
Coach Happy Mahfouz, in
his third year as head basketball
coach at UALR, saw his fresh-
man team suffer some heart-
breaking losses during the course
of the season. With the return
of this year's lettermen, Coach
Mahfouz is expecting a better
year in 1971.
Mr. Gran coached the tennis
team to another successful year
in the district. Marshall Davis
a recent UALR graduate, is
coaching the baseball team and
is expecting a fine season.
Dr. Beard again is well repre-
sented as the UALR golf coach.
Faced with the loss of key play-
ers, he has overcome them to
finish a fine season. Each coach
at UALR is an integral part of
the athletic program and each
serves his respective team for
the betterment of athletics at
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Big Edgar Williams, the answer to any
problem at center, soars far above the
crowd for a bucket at borne against
The Trojans go to the boards strongly here as Donnie
Branseum lofts one toward the goal.
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Donnie Branscurn drives around a distrangled john
Edgar Williams puts the finishing touches on a Trojan
With a record of 8 wins and
15 losses, it was a year of gain-
ing valuable experience for the
freshman Trojan team. With
three freshmen starting, the team
lacked the necessary experience
in tight spots. Many games were
lost during the last minutes of
john Brown University threw up a tough zone defense against the Trojans at Siloam Springs. Donnie
Branscum passes off for a better shot.
Steve Averitt drives through enemy territory in a Clash
with State College of Arkansas. Tom Butler gets set
for a possible rebound.
The Trojans had a tough schedule playing
teams such as Louisiana Tech, Southwestern at
Memphis, Bellhaven in Jackson, Mississippi
and all AIC teams in the state. The Trojans
made up for lack of height with a hard driving
offense and defense. Steve Averitt, averaging 20
points per game, gave a boost to the Trojan
With each game came more poise
and experience for Coach Mahfouz's
charges. When the veterans and fresh-
men did put it all together, they
served notice of hard times on future
This season saw Averitt and Don-
nie Branscum emerge as respected
shooters and Gregory Winston joined
them late in the year.
A john Brown University defender is in the first stages
of cramming the ball down Trojan freshman Gregory
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Soulhpaw guard Cecil Wicker puts it up from
the far corner.
Edgar Williams stretches his 6-6 frame for a Clear edge on this rebound against Arkansas Collegc
An example ol' jump-shooting form is provided here by Donnie Branscum.
U LR golf team continues success
The UALR golf team, coached by Dr. Dudley Beard, had
another successful season. Coach Beard was faced with the loss
of Tommy Head and John Lammers but found new players to
take their places. With a tight schedule the team finished fifth
in the district this season.
The Greater Pro-Am Association of Little Rock has granted
a 551,000 scholarship to be distributed to the members of the team.
h k B h n, Mike Sullivan and Roger Van
Golf team members are: Eddie Bowen, Bobby Rawn, C uc uc ana
Dyke. Dennis Welch is not pictured.
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Golfers Eddie Bowen, Chuck Buchanan and
Mike Sullivan lulk about nialeli they will play.
Tennis team captures District 1
singles and doubles
Standing: Lacy Morton, Loarn Forbess tmanageryg
jeff Hart, Phil Mehlin.
The UALR tennis team again won
the District 17 singles and doubles
championship. Phil Mehlin won the
singles crown for the second year in
a row. Ray Tucker combined with
Phil to win the doubles championship
for the second year. Mr. William Gran
is coaching the tennis team. Mr. Gran
took Phil and Ray to Kansas City
where they played in the NAIC nation-
al tournament. UALR players com-
peted against teams from all over the
nation. Mr. Gran announced that new
tennis facilities are being built in the
southeast corner of UALR.
Ray Tucker, jim Robbinsg Front: Larry Hopkins,
Lacy Morton shows his form.
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Trojan Baseball Team:
Sitting: Eddie Passini, Mike Oury, llc-nry Gilky, Mike Hampton. Kneeling: Paul Dillon, Ronald
Sheffield, Dennis Roach, Ray Stuart, Ronnie Skaggs, Darrell Warlord, Larry Burnett. Sfd7ldl'Ilg'.'
Johnny Bailey, Danny Whitt, Bill Battle, David Reinhart, Edmon Ashcraft, Ralph Tillery, Bob
Stephen, Ralph Cagle, Randy Teague, Walter May, Coach Marshall Davis.
, , a a t , , Davls beglns first year
as head baseball coach
After a slow start due to bad weather,
the Trojan baseball team came on strong.
Composed mostly of freshmen, this year's
team was lacking in experience, but
gained much later in the season. They
finished the season with seven wins and
14 losses, the wins being against AIC
schools. Dennis Roach, Eddie Passini,
and Ron Sheffield made honorable men-
tion in the NAIA polls. Marshall Davis
is in his first year as Coach.
Trojan Coaeh Marshall Davis keeps the
bunch alert on game strategy.
Danny Whitt warms up on his high hard one
before a home game at the Ft. Roots field.
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A high fly ball is coming up if we can judge
by the beginning of this swing.
It's a high one and the catcher has to
battle for this foul pop-up.
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Parks, Lisa Daffron and
Tracy, the mascot watch
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-outs. After their selection
the girls spend a great deal of time learning cheers
and preparing routines. Charlotte Semora was
captain and Lisa Daffron co-captain.
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First Row: Frankie Taylor, Bob Halliday, Frank Hamlin, Steve Stoneg Svc-Und Row: Warren Weide-
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Intramurals are an integral
part of student life at UALR. It
gives every student the opportunity
to participate in various organized
sporting events. Events ranged
from basketball 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.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the
competition this year.
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ff' basketball games.
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Governor of Arkansas
The Univcwsity of Arkzmsas Bourcl of Trustees arc, Seated: Roy Ritter, D. P. Rainey, Dr. David Mullins,
Leon Clzttlvtt. Standing: Fred Pickens, Dr. Preston Hzltllcock, lloward llorst, john XVilso11, R. Ll. l,. XVilson,
Ill, Gc'o1'g'r' Shanklc, Tom Eisvlc, and Fred l'VO1'S2lllgC'l', vice p1't'siclc'11t for busincfss and scc'1'cLz11'y of thc Boat-cl.
President of the University
Dr. David W. Mullins
Chancellor of the University
DR. CAREY V. STABLER is this year completing thirteen years at UALR and his first
year as Chancellor of the University. Born in Thorsby, Alabama, he received B.S. and lVl.A.
degrees from the University of Alabama and the Ph.D. from Duke University. In 1965 he
received an honorary LL.D. from Hendrix College.
Selected as K'Creater Little Rock Man of the Yearv in 1963, Dr. Stabler is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa and is listed in "WhoIs Who in Americaf'
Professional and civic activities are as follows: Chairman, Board of Directors of the
Little Rock Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, 1965-l96'7g president of the Arkansas chapter
of the United Nations Association, 1964-19653 president of the Little Rock Rotary Club,
1965-1966 and Fellow International Institute of Arts and Letters.
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Hc1i'bc'i't C. Rultt, Jr.
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Limmons National Bank j. A. Riggs Tractor Company Manufafttircrs Furniturc Co.
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The Office of the Chancellor
MR. NEYLAND HESTER is
Assistant to the Chancellor. He re-
joined the staff at UALR this year
after an absence of one year. He
holds degrees from Roosevelt Uni-
versity of Chicago and Southern
Methodist University. His publica-
tions include MR. CHAIRMAN, a
guide to parliamentary procedure.
MR. CARTHAL M. HARPER is
Administrative Assistant to the Chancel-
lor. He joined the staff in 1966 and is
involved in working to obtain federal
programs for the University. 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 Pub-
lic Relations. She also serves as advisor
to the TROJAN and to Hood and Tassel.
She is a graduate of the University of
Arkansas, where she was a member of
Pi Beta Phi, Mortar Board and Phi Beta
Mrs. Pine is president of the Little
Rock Altrusa Club.
SUE ANN BEAVERS serves as
secretary to Mr. Hester and PHYL-
LIS YOUNG is secretary to Dr.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
JANIS GEORGE is secre-
tary to Mr. LaMar and
KITTY RICHMOND is sec-
retary to Dr. Fribourgh.
DR. JAMES H. FRIBOURGH serves as
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. He is
listed in "Who.'s Who in the South and South-
westw, "Leaders in American Science", "Who's
Who in American Education", and "Arkansas
Livesw. Dr. Fribourgh became Vice Chancellor
of Academic Affairs in September 1969, after
serving as Chairman of the Division of
Dr. Fribourgh is a vestry member of the
Episcopal Church and a member of the
Ouachita Girl Scout Council. He has pub-
lished numerous articles in professional jour-
nals, particularly in the areas of fish culture
and emphryological basis of behavior.
MR. CHARLES E. LaMAR is Adminis-
trative Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for
Academic Affairs, having previously served
as counselor, psychometrist and instructor
His degrees were received from Baylor
University. He serves as Director of the
Evening Division, Director of LRAFB Educa-
tion Program and as coordinator of continu-
ing education program.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance
MR. F. L. ROBINSON, Vice Chancellor
for Finance, has served on the UALR ad-
ministrative staff for thirteen years. He holds
degrees from State College of Arkansas and
the University of Arkansas and is listed in
"Who's Who in American Education" and
"Who's Who in Commerce and Industryu.
Mr. Robinson is a member of the ad-
visory council, Student Union Board and
Community activities include Rotary
Club, Board of Stewards of the Methodist
Church and treasurer of UALR's Wesley
MR. BURI, WESTLAKF, the UALR
Accountant, is responsible for preparing all
financial records and accounting reports. He
holds the B.S.B.A. from UALR.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance
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MR. LOUIS DUELMER is
UALR's Purchasing Agent. He
is a graduate of Slate College
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Joshlin, Payroll Clerkg Norine Nc-wcomb, Machine Opcratorg Marilc-it Brc-wcr, Czisliicrg liinmu Iloldcr,
Cashicrg seated Gloria XVrotc'n, Bookkc't'pt'rg Eleanor Krziw, PBX Opcratorg and Linclzn Sctnn, Sixers--
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Edwin Kremers is the new junior Accountant at UALR
Office of Student Personnel Services
DR. ROBERT D. WILSON
joined the administrative staff last
year as Dean of Students. 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, American Per-
sonnel and Guidance Association,
American College Personnel Associa-
tion and National Association of
Student Personnel Administrators.
He serves on the Advisory Coun-
cil, Academic Affairs committee and
MRS. SYBIL ROBINSON is
completing her second year at UALR
as Director of Student Aid. A gradu-
ate of State College of Arkansas, she
administers all programs of loans,
grants and part-time employment.
Mrs. Robinson serves as presi-
dent of the UALR Faculty Wives
Club and is active in Delta Kappa
Gamma and Phi Mu Alumnae Club.
MRS. BARBARA TAEGEL is the
Dean of Women and Assistant Professor
of Physical Education.
Mrs. Taegel is sponsor of the Student
Senate, Panhellenic, Hood and Tassel
and the following committees: Women's
Fraternity Relations and Student Affairs.
Dean Taegel is a member of National
Association of Women's Deans and Coun-
selors, Arkansas Personnel and Guidance
Association and Arkansas School Coun-
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Office are: Mrs. Sue Aist, Secretary
to the Dean of Students, Mrs. Dor-
othy Mergenschroer, Secretary to Di-
rector of Financial Aid, Mrs. Nita
Allen, Receptionist to Student Per-
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Dean of Men, MR. JERRY D. CORLEY
is completing his fifth year at UALR. He
serves as Director of Testing, Instructor of
Teacher Education, advisor to the Inter-
fraternity Council and is chairman of Fra-
ternity Relations and Athletics committees.
Mr. Corley is a native of McLeod, Texas
and received his degrees from Kilgore Junior
College and East Texas State University.
Professional memberships include Amer-
ican Personnel and Guidance.
MR. JAMES A. ALLEN is corn-
pleting his fifth year as Director of the
Library. He was formerly associated
with Louisiana College at Pineville
and LSU Library, Baton Rouge, Lou-
He is a native of Alexandria and
a graduate of Louisiana State Univer-
At UALR he is Chairman of the
faculty Library Committee.
Professional memberships include
the American Association of Univer-
sity Professors, American Library As-
sociation, Arkansas Library Associa-
tion, and Southwest Library Associa-
Library personnel are FAYE HUCKABEE Acquisition Librariang CAROLYN HUGHES, Library Sec
retary FRANCES CANTVVELL Catalog Librariang CAROLYN EDELSTEIN, Catalog Secretary
THELMA HUDSON Circulation Secretary MARGARET MOSER, Catalog Librariang KATHY
ESSARY Acquisition Librarian SANDRA MORRIS Aquisition Secretary.
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DR. DUDLEY S. BEARD has been
UALR's Registrar for twelve years. He
is a native of Mt. Vernon, New York.
His degrees were earned at Mill-
saps College and the University of
In addition to serving as Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity advisor at UALR, Dr.
Beard serves as a member of the Cur-
riculum and chairman of Admissions
committees and as the UALR golf
He is past president of the Ar-
kansas Association of Collegiate Reg-
istrars and Admissions Officers.
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recorderg BARBARA MAHAN, forms clerkg LINDA WELLS, transcript clerkg KATHY VAN HOOK,
admissions clerkg seated MARY ALYCE BRIDGES, secretary to Dr. Beard.
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CHARLENE ROGERS is Keypunch Supervisor and
john Cozart is the Computor Operator.
The computer center is a service depart-
ment to the campus. Time is provided for
students enrolled in the "Introduction to
Computers" class to run their programs and
some faculty members have begun to utilize
the center for programming.
PHIL ORAHOOD serves as Director of Data Processing.
MRS. MAYBETH JOHNSTON is the Bookstore Man-
ager. She attended Little Rock junior College and
graduated from the University ol' Arkansas. She is a
member of the Student Union Board and serves as
Delta Delta Delta advisor.
MRS. VELDA MELVILLE is serving her ninth
year as Director ol' Food Services. As such she co-
ordinates the snack bar and cafeteria programs. Mrs.
Melville is a member of Student Union Board.
Bookstore clerks are IIAZEL MCATEE, STUART
TRENT and MARGARET CISCO.
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Division of Life Sciences
DR. CLARENCE SINCLAIR is Chair-
man of the Division of Life Sciences. He
holds membership in Sigma Xi, International
Association of Plant Taxonomy, American
Association for Advancement of Science,
American Institute of Biological Sciences, Ar-
kansas and Missouri Academies of Science,
and Botonical Society of America.
He currently has a ten year research con-
tract with Arkansas Power and Light for
water quality data of Dardanelle Reservoir.
The Water Resource Center has given him a
grant for Ecological Background data from
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Ingtruqmr Assistant Professor FOSTER Assistant Professor
Nursing Biology IUSYTUCIOT Nursing
BENNIE JOHNSON LELAND MORGANS ROBERT WATSON
Instructor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
Nursing Biology Biology
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Division of Business and Economics
DR. LLOYD W. BOWIE, Chairman
of the Division of Business and Econom-
ics, is a member of Iota Phi scholastic
fraternity and has been listed in "Who's
Who in the Midwest".
Dr. Bowie works with Alpha Kappa
Psi and Young Republicans on campus
and serves on the curriculum committee and
chairman of the Student Union Board.
He joined the UALR faculty in 1961.
He is a member of the Little Rock Ad-
vertising Club, Sales and Marketing Ex-
ecutives, Purchasing Agents Association,
American Economics Association, Amer-
ican Institute of Management and Amer-
ican Management Association.
LLOYD W. BOWIE
Mr. Mercer presides over Business Statistics lab.
WINSTON C. BEARD
Associate Professor Economics
LO RRAINE EWING
B. A. HARDY
Associate Professor Business and Economics
GENE G. McCOY
Assistant Professor Advertising
Assistant Professor Economics
Assistant Professor Business Education
Assistant Professor Economics
Instructor Business Education
Assistant Professor Accounting
ERNEST H. WHITE
Assistant Professor Accounting
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Division of Fine Arts
DR. JOHN G. HUGHES, JR.
joined the UALR faculty in Sep-
tember, 1968, 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 the
Chairman of the Division of Fine
Arts, he holds the B.A. degree from
Southwestern at Memphis, the M.S.
from Julliard School of Music and
the Ph.D. from Florida State Uni-
Dr. Hughes holds membership
in Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa
Lambda, American Association of
Composers and Conductors.
He has presented organ recitals
in the east, south and mid-west and
has conducted numerous choirs and
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Assistant Professor Art
Assistant Professor Drama
Assistant Professor Speech
NED R. DEJOURNETT
Assistant Professor Music
Assistant Professor Speech
Assistant Professor Art
Assistant Professor Spet'cl'1
Assistant Professor Art
Assistant Professor Music
Assistant Professor Speech
Assistant Professor Music
IDA A. ROGERS
Assistant Professor Art
Assistant Professor Music
Assistant Professor Music
Division of Humanities
DR. HAROLD I. WOOLARD is
completing his fourth year as
Chairman of the Division of Hu-
manities. Since 1957 he has served
as Registrar, Dean of Students 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 "Who's
Who in American Education", is a
past president of the Arkansas Cho-
ral Society and serves as a member
of 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 Council.
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HAROLD I. WOOLARD
Professor of Humanities
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Assistant P1'0l'c'sso1' English
W. G. Cooper jr. Professor of English
Assistant PIIJIDVSSOI' English
Assistant Pmlttssot' English
Assofizttt' P1'ol't'sso1' Philosophy
Associzitt' Pt'0lk'ssot' English
Assistant Profc'ssor Igttlgttzigct
Assistant Pl'OIXl'SS0I' English
Assistant Profttssor English
Division of Physical Sciences and Mathematics
DR. WILSON J. BROACH is
Chairman of the Division of Physi-
cal Sciences and Mathematics. He
is also a Professor of Chemistry.
Dr. Broach is a member of
Sigma Xi honorary science re-
search organization, the American
Chemical Society, Arkansas Acad-
emy of Science and Alpha Chi Sig-
He holds degrees from Hender-
son 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.
Committee assignments include the
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, ROBERT CROMWELL
A - Q Assistant Professor Engineering
' I EMILY FLEMING
A, i Assistant Professor Mathematics
' JAMES FULMER
I Q fi Assistant Professor Mathematics
A JANET GARDNER
if WILLIAM E. GRAN
A CAROLYN HAMILTON
Z Instructor Mathematics
, Q r. Q CHARLES HARBISON
Assistant Professor Mathematics
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g IQ Assistant Professor Mathematics
1 Nifffi FRANK SETLIFF
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jAMES B WEYRES
I Assistant Professor Engineering
Division of Soc1al Sciences
DR. BEDFORD K. HADLEY,
Professor of History and Chairman
of the Division of Social Sciences,
holds degrees from Friends Uni-
versity and the University of Texas.
He is a member of Phi Alpha
Theta, Sword and Shield, Rotary
Club, Arkansas Historical Associa-
tion and Southern Historical Asso-
Prior to coming to UALR in
1961 he served as Dean of Men at
Bethany College and was on the
faculty of Northern Illinois Univer-
sity and Pan American College.
THOMAS BAKER RICHARD DIXON GEORGE DYER KATHERINE JONAS KAYE
Aggigrgim Professor Assismnt Professor Associate Professor IIARDIE Assistant Professor
History History Political Science Assistant Professor Psychology
CALVIN FRANCES ROSS HAROLD SMITH WENDELI. DAVID L. WOOD
LEDBETTER Assistant Professor Assistant Professor WESSMAN Associate Professor
Professor History History Professor Psychology
Political Science Sociology
Division of Teacher Education
DR. MAURICE R. DUPERRE
joined UALR this year as Chair-
man of the Division of Teacher Ed-
He is a member of Phi Delta
Kappa, American Association of Uni-
versity Professors, American Person-
nel and Guidance Association, and
American Association for Higher Edu-
He holds degrees from North
Texas State University and the Uni-
versity of Texas. He is the author
of several publications on higher
MAURICE R. DUPERRE
Professor of Education
Education students find practice teaching re-
Laura Carroll seems to enjoy her bowling
MARSHALL R. FLOYD
ROSE BERRY Instructor Instructor AJAME5 IEIAEJL
Professor Physical Education Education Ssoglate I0 esdor
Education Physical Education
BETTY JO HOWARD
HAPPY MAHFOUZ STEPHENS STEPHENS JOHN TORBETT
Instructor Instructor Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Physical Education Physical Education Education Physical Education
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Drama students learn the art of make-up
Musical instruments create diversions from school studies
Learning to speak French requires many hours
Music department presents caroling
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UALR indoor swimming pool completed
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Jerry W. Brinegar
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First UALR Graduates In 1970
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john Cornwell James Craig Robert Crossely Thomas M. Cumnock Pat Daniel Charles Daunis
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Jerry W. Henbest
David O. Henry
Carroll W. Hickman
Erie Fraser Don Frost Stuart Frye jodell Garnnnn
Mary Golleher Marolee Crabiel Larry Grace P21111 Graves
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Hai Ryong Joo
Charles A. Lester
R. S. Martin
Glen Alan McClung
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Abraham, Donna 39,
Abraham, Sam 108
Abrams, Henry 203
Adams, John 186
Akins, E. S. 58
Aldridge, Pamela 54
Alexander, Doris 197
Alexander, Nelda 197
Allen, James 55
Allen, Mark 210
Alsbrook, Michael 113, 210
Anantasomboon, Kunchai 203
Anders, Chester 45, 186
Anderson, Carl 210
Anderson, Gary 210
Anhalt, Ann 203
Arrington, Bob 55
Asbury, Ronald 47, 50, 196
Achcraft, Edmon 132
Atkinson, Mary 102, 186
Atkinson, Rita 186
Averitt, Dottie 210
Averitt, William 120, 225
Michael 55, 210
Katherine 106, 203
Bailey, John 132, 197
Bailey, Katharine 43, 54
Bailey, Lee 203
Bailey, Robert 210
Bailey, Verion 210
Bain, Sherry 197
Bard, Gay 46, 47, 186
Barlow, Bill 203
Barlow, Carol 186
Barnett, John 40
Barnett, Larry 197
Barnett, Robert 111
Barrett, John 186
Barron, Ken 210
Bartlett, Clinton 203
Bartsch, Thomas 210
Bass, jackson 203
Battle, William 132, 186
Baxley, Paul 186
Baxter, joe 203
Bearden, Patricia 203
Beardsley, Ray 210
Beasley, Glenn 210
Bell, Wm. R. 197
Bennett, Gary 197
Bennett, Jane 51, 54, 101
Bennett, Patti 210
Benton, Carolyn 45, 57, 210
Benton, joal 197
Berg, Elizabeth 157, 186
Berger, Barbara 106
Bernard, Bessie 186
Berry, Dennis 186
Berry, Ramon 203
Best, Allen 203
Bew, Diane 101, 197
Binz, Joe 40, 203
Birch, Robert 115, 203
Bishop, Alleen 41
Bittle, Regina 210
Bittle, Ricky 45
Black, Edwin 44, 203
Blackwell, James 108
Blair, Florence 186
Bledsoe, Larry 211
Bledsoe, M. A. 105, 186
Blevins, Michael 211
Bloodworth, John 52, 186
Bodishbaugh, Tim 115, 203
Boehning, Steve 197
Bolcling, Royce 40
Bolick, David 203
Bona, Don 186
Bone, Beverly A. 41, 101, 135, 211
Bone, Bonny C. 101
Booker, Virginia 51, 102
Boswell, Daniel L. 40, 197
Bowen, Lewis E. 128
Bowers, james A. 203
Bowers, Lynda D. 58, 186
Bowles, Elizabeth R. 55, 197
Bowman, Debi A. 45, 102, 203
Bowman, James D. 197
Bowman, Nancy C. 203
Boyd, Pat C. 197
Boyer, Daniel F. 211
Bradberry, James A. 115
Brading, Larry M. 211
Branscum, Donnie F. 120, 122,
Branscum, John T. 211
Bransford, jimmy 47, 115, 197
Brashear, Jack N. 197
Brasher, Robert B. 115, 186
Bray, Terry L. 44, 203
Brewer, Phyllis L. 203
Bridges, Erma L. 197
Bringar, Jerry W. 186
Brizzolana, John P. 115
Broadnax, Beverly J. 99
Brookings, Carol L. 211
Bruce E. 203
Anna M. 211
Becky A.74,101, 211
Bill F. 113, 211
Carol P. 101, 203
Brown, Cynthia A. 211
Brown, Dennis L. 203
Brown, Donna G. 211
Brown, Edward L. 203
Brown, Eva M. 197
Brown, Gary W. 111
Brown, Harvey F. 203
Brown, James C. 211
Brown, James W. 40
Brown, Ray A. 96, 108, 187
Brown, Ricky 108
Brown, Rita H. 203
Brown, Sheila 97, 106
Brown, Suzanne E. 211
Brown, William D. 211
Browning, John R. 203
Brumback, James S. 187
Brummett, Stan A. 120, 211
Brunetti, Lenelda 211
Bryant, Florine 203
Buchanan, Charles M. 128, 203
Buckmaster, Pat A. 187
Bullock, jerry L. 187
Bullock, Stephen M. 211
Bunch, Janice L. 45, 211
Bunch, Mary S. 67, 211
Bunch, Robert L. 40, 47, 53, 187
Bunger, Ronnie 57
Buratowski, john W. 187
Burbage, Edward A. 211
Burgess, Yvonne Mae 211
Burley, james 40, 53, 187
Burnam, Eliz. A. 203
Burnett, Larry D. 132, 203
Burton, Beverly 106
Burton, Paula M. 197
Burton, Timothy A. 211
Bush, Linda A. 99, 203
Bushmiaer, Robert A. 211
Butler, Billy R. 211
Butler, Carolyn H. 203
Butler, Tom 120, 125, 197
Bynum, Wanda F. 203
Byrns, Richard A. 211
Byrum, Mary S. 211
Caddy, Charles C. 211
Cagle, Ralph 132
Cairns, Gail 211
Cale, Glenda Ann 47, 50, 51, 54
Calhoun, Nathan E. 115, 203
Call, Gary W. 211
Callahan, John T. 57, 211
Callahan, Mike 204
Callahan, Virgie M. 57, 211
Campbell, Craig D. 108
Campbell, Hugh M. 197
Cannon, Roy W. 211
Cappetta, Dana D. 211
Cargile, Terry M. 96, 111
Carmical, Tommy R. 197
Carmichael, Rickey A. 108, 204
Carpenter, Gary G. 197
Carpenter, William L. 204
Carr, Perry A. 115, 211
Carreras, Joseph M. 211
Carroll, Laura B. 54, 101, 204
Carter, Lester C. 204
Casey, Arlene L. 211
Casey, Sybil 99
Cash, Steve E. 113
Cassaday, Edward 113, 137
Cassaday, Susan 54, 102
Cassil, Linda M. 187
Castleberry, Alva W. 211
Caudle, Gary P. 187
Cazort, Mima 97, 102
Cearley, Mary A. 197
Cecil, William W. 187
Chandler, Paula 52
Chase, Daryl T. 197
Cheatham, Rosalie M. 42, 43, 46
Cheatram, Paul M. 204
Cheek, Mary Jo 197
Cheek, Paul W. 115, 187
Childers, John V. 204
Childers, Michael O. 197
Christy, Steve A.. 108
Churchman, Troy D. 40, 188
Clark, Mary A. 204
Clark, Ron B. 188
Clement, Linda K. 211
Clements, Jeannine 54, 72
Clemons, James H. 108
Clevenger, Renee 204
Cloyd, E. Michael 211
Cobb, Venita 1. 204
Cochran, Gary S. 204
Cochran, Kathy A. 197
Coefield, Joe 115
Cole, Brenda M. 188
Cole, Marsha 57, 211
Coleman, Cissy 197
Collar, James 204
Collar, Mary L. 204
Collier, Mary S. 43
Comford, Curt A. 204
Comstock, Tommy 197
Conley, Lisa G. 204
Cook, Brenda D. 105, 204
Cook, Christopher lll, 204
Cooper, Brenda 211
Cooper, Peter A. 188
Copeland, Edmund B. 197
Copeland, Glenda L. 197
Corbin, Rel B. 188
Corder, Sharon S. 204
Cornish, Patty 211
Cornwell, John B. 188
Cowan, Michael A. 113, 211
Cox, Ray F. 198
Cox, Thomas E. 211
Cox, Tommy E. 211
Crabb, Maude Hilda 211
Craig, James Arlin 188
Craig, Michael W. 211
Craig, Paul W. 108, 204
Crain, Judy 102, 198
Cranford, Clarence 212
Crawdord, Eleanor P. 198
Crays, Clark 57
Crews, Paul O. 55, 212
Cristy, Steve 212
Cross, Wanda 212
Crossley, Robert H. 188
Crow, Ken 115
Culberson, Jeanne F. 101, 198
Cummings, Miriam C. 204
Cumnock, Stephen Louis 40, 204
Cumnock, Thomas M. 188
Cunningham, James VV. 204
Curtis, John M. 96, 115, 212
Curtis, Michael G. 212
Dade, Lawrence 204
Dlaffron, Alicia Nan 102, 136, 204
Dales, Christine Lynn 198
Daly, Jeffery L. 212
Dangey, Daryl D. 188
Daniel, Pat A. 188
Daniel, Walter E. 50, 111
Dare, Brenda M. 198
Daling, Charles R. 113, 198
Darr, Susan K. 198
Daunis, Charles U. 188
Davidson, Charles E.. 58, 60, 111, 188
Davidson, Glenn E. 198
Davis, Alma 188
Davis, Diane L. 106, 198
Davis, Linda Kay 212
Davis, Terry B. 113, 212
Dean, Helen 204
Deaton, Stephen Aldeen 204
Degrasse, Francis 188
Delozier, Gail 212
Delyles, Kathlee Mame 198
Dennis, Betty Jo 212
Dennis, Doris Jean 188
Desalvo, Stephen H. 212
Detherage, Gary L. 50, 188
Dickens, Kathy 204
Dickens, Larry A. 115, 204
Dickenson, Haskell Lee 108
Dickinson, Jess H. 45, 48, 57, 198
Dickson, Kenneth T. 212
Dierks, Wayne A. 113
Diggs, Cathy Sue 212
D911nrd. Kenneth Halton 212
Dillon, Karen M. 45, 212
Dillon, Robert P. 132, 198
Dixon, Ken 120
Dixson, Helen H. 198
Dobbs, Betsy R. 106
Dobbs, Mike W. 204
Dooly, Gary 188
Dorsey, Cynthia E. 55, 198
Douthit, Dixie N. 188
Doyle, William L. 41, 188
Drennan, Bobbie V. 212
Drennan, Dwight W. 204
Driedric, James C. 204
Drompp, Joe D. 50, 53, 96, 113, 198
Dudley, James 204
Duke, Gary 212
Dull, Daniel A. 188
Duncan, Charley R. 198
Duncan, David W. 40
Duncan, Linda E. 204
Dunn, Donna K. 45, 58, 102, 212
Dunn, Mary Ann 198
Duvall, Connie L. 212
Dyer, Carl W. 212
Dyke, Steven D. 204
Dyson, Joyce A. 57, 212
Eades, John A. 198
East, Jack M. 115, 212
Eckford, Catherine Y. 204
Eckhardt, Larry 212
Edwards, Angela A. 188
Edwards, Inge R. 212
Elkins, Dellwyn L. 212
Elliott, Dollie M. 212
Ellis, Mary 54, 101
Elrod, Steven C. 212
English, Richard 53, 109, 198
Ensminger, Don W. 212
Eudy, Judy B. 52, 102, 198
Evans, Terry -G. 212
Evans, Thomas G. 188
Fagan, Charles W. 212
Fagen, Patrick K. 109, 212
Falk, Stanley N. 188
Farmer, Dorothy J. 198
Farmer, Jerrie L. 44, 47, 54,
Farmer, Larry E. 198
Farguharson, Mary 106, 188
Farrell, Phil 109, 212
Farrell, William 212
Farrester, Richard M. 212
Faulkner, Alan 137
Faust, Roger 53, 113, 188
Felton, Nancy W. 188
Fetzek, Ginny 97, 106, 189'
Finch, Carol S. 212
Finley, Floyd Alan 212
Finley, Ronald L. 120
Fischer, Jan A. 204
Fischer, Susan T. 212
Fish, Jeanette Mayne 47, 58, 60
Fisher, John D. 46, 109, 198
Flake, Debra K. 213
Fogle, Rebecca L. 204
Fortenberry, Sharon M. 213
Foster, George W. 40, 53, 66
Foster, Kent R. 115
Foster, Susan E. 105, 204
Fowler, Dale E. 198
Fowler, Katherine L. 57, 204
Frank, Marvin E. 113, 213
Fraser, Eric A. 48, 189
Frase, Gene W. 113
Fraterigo, Tony G. 52
Fratesi, Julia A. 198
Frazier, Carolyn 43, 213
Freeman, Alta J. 213
Freeman, Donna S. 213
Freeman, P'atricia 213
French, Sharyn L. 58, 101
Frye, Stuart 189
Fulbright, Ronald E. 50, 111
Fuller, Alma Jean 43
Fuller, Dale 111
Fuller, Robert W. 111, 213
Fuller, Walter M. 111
Fulton, Clyde B. 213
Furo, Patricia J. 213
Furrer, Gary C. 213
Gaines, Cary Lee 201
Gaines, Michael 213
Garner, Billy D. 44, 205
Garner, Kenneth W. 109
Garner, Larry 115, 213
Garrison, Rebecca S. 50, 198
Gartman, Jodell 189
Gaston, Mina S. 205
Gates, Randall L. 198
Gates, Rudy C. 198
Gent, Carol Ann 41, 198
Gentry, Gilbert L. 213
George, Betty R. 205
Giggleman, Ellen F. 45
Gilchrist, Jan L. 205
Gilkey, Henry L. 132, 213
Givens, Richard H. 205
Gladish, Ruby Anne 213
Glenn, Marilyn R. 47, 189
Glover, Gail 101
Glover, Janet A. 105, 205
Godsey, Quinton 198
Golleher, Mary Ann 189
Goodman, Patricia J. 205
Goodson, Paula M. 213
Goodwin, Elizabeth A. 105, 213
Goodwin, James R. 205
Goss, Karen L. 101
Gothard, Helen M. 54, 105, 213
Gould, Mary 101
Gould, Tom D. 213
Govan, Edward 213
Grabiel, Marolee 189
Grace, Larry 189'
Gray, Debbie 213
Gray, Vincent B. 213
Green, Gary 213
Green, Terry 40
Greenhart, Steve 50, 53, 96
Greenhaw, Steven D. 111, 205
Greening, Edward 213
Greening, Edward E. 48
Gregory, Terrie D. 205
Griffin, Gary W. 213
Griffin, Len W. 39, 115
Griffin, Thomas P. 40
Grigg, Lanis H. 106, 213
Grimmett, Barbara L. 213
Grissom, John T. 213
Gross, B. D. 205
Gross, Mark 42
Gross, Mark A. 42, 189
Guenther, James M. 213
Guenther, Robert M. 205
Guy, Cheryl Y. 213
Hackler, Kathy D. 48, 57, 198
Hain, Taffy 44, 101, 198
Halcomb, Davis 109
Hale, Gail P. 57, 205
Hall, Brenda 213
Hall, Jay 53
Hall, Jim H. 213
Hall, Melvin S. 213
Hall, Michael 213
Hall, Milton lll, 205
Hall, Robye W. 99, 198
Hall, Rose M. 213
Hall, Wallace 213
Halliday, Robert W. 53, 1
Hamilton, Charles H. 213
Hamlin, Frank S. 113, 137
Hamm, Phillip H. 213
Hampton, Mike 132
Harbison, Thomas E. 213
Harder, Richard 213
Hardison, James W. 50, lll, 214
Hardwick, John C. 205
Harmon, Steven L. 214
Harms, Joyce M. 189
Harness, Richard L. 214
Harness, Sherry A. 189
Harnson, David L. 198
Harper, Bobbie J. 214
Harper, Gary E. 50, 189
Harrell, William F. 214
Harris, Fred A. 205
Harris, Rebecca F. 205
Harrison, Don 57
Harrison, Jan 205
Harrison, Mafrice R. 214
Hart, Bruce A. 214
Hart, Jeffrey A. 130, 189
Haskins, Larry W. 40, 130, 189
Hatfield, Jerry 57
Hatfield, Lawson G. 48 '
Hayley, Sandra 189
Hayman, George W. 214
Haynes, Steve W. 113, 214
Head, Tom 109, 189 1
Heard, Betty M. 198
Heard, Kenneth W. 113 1
Hearn, Danna C. 57, 198
Hearn, Ronnie L. 214 1
Hearnes, Margaret E. 205
Hearnsberger, Kathy D. 102, 198
Hearnsberger, Kim 53, 113, 214
Heath, Dale T. 205
Hebert, Jerry 214
Hefly, K. E. 214
Heird, Mac A. 205
Henbest, Jerry W. 189
Henderson Jauan D. 214
Henderson, Larry M. 47
Hendricks, Nicholas R. 205
Hendrix, James T. 214
Hendrix, Yolanda R. 214
Henry, Berch E. 198
Henry, David O. 40, 189
Henson, Shelia L. 102, 135, 214
Herlocker, Randy K. 46, 115, 189
Herndon, Kenneth E. 205
Hestes, Rocky D. 115, 189
Hickman, Carroll W. 189
Hicks, James 50, 214
Hicks, Michael 214
Hicks, Raymond 109
Highley, Patricia A. 214
Highley, Richard W. 205
Hill, Billy Joe 214
Hill, James H. 189
Hill, Jean A. 101, 199
Hill, Judith L. 41, 199
Hill, Sandra B. 205
Hinson, M. L. 41, 54,105, 199
Hintz, Steve M. 205
Hirrill, George E. 214
Hodge, Barbara F. 214
Hodges, James C. 214
Hodges, Julie D. 197
Hogue, Daniel F. 214
Holasut, Abhijal 214
Holland, Alan YV. 46, 115, 190'
Hollis, William C. 40, 48, 50, 55,
Holloway, Valina A. 205
Holmes, Danny W. 113
Holmes, Kenneth L. 115
Holmes, Mary K. 54, 58, 60, 106,
Holt, Claudine B. 205
Holt, Deborah C. 214
Holt, Lee 214
Hood, Shelia K. 99, 135, 205
Hooper, Patti L. 205
Hooper, Melinda L. 51
Hooten, Gary 109
Hopkins, Sharon E. 199
Hooper, Willis F. 205
Hornby, Kim C. 58, 101
Horton, James T. 214
House, Luther L. 214
Housley, Jacque O'. 199
Howell, Margaret A. 214
Howell, Mary K. 31, 44, 214
Howell, Peggy 44, 105
Hoyt, Charlie 120
Hubbard, Elaine 214
Huddleston, William E. 205
Hudgens, Jerry 109, 205
Huffmaster, David 115, 214
Huffsmith, Vicki S. 46, 51, 106, 190
Humphries, Judy C. 190
Hundley, John M. 115
Hundley, Pamela W. 102, 205
Hunter, Rosiland E. 205
Hutcheson, Michael P. 190
Hutchison, Walter E.. 67, 115, 190
Hutson, Gail 205
Jacks, Glynda L. 45, 50, 205
Jackson, Caroline J. 105
Jackson, Mary E. 1015
Jackson, Phillis K. 105, 199
James, Danny K. 48, 57, 199
James, John H. 57, 1991
Jarahna, Morteza 205
Jennings, Debra A. 199
Jennings, Larry B. 190
Jernigan, Sandra L. 54, 105, 205
Jett, Joyce M. 214
Jetty, Lizabeth L. 190
Charles E. 120, 205
Johnson, Don J. 50, 53, 96
Johnson, Elizabeth A. 205
Johnson, Janie 45, 190
Johnson Libby 214
Johnson, Mary Ann 206
Johnson, Mary 214
Johnson Richard W. 206
Johnson Ron 206
Johnson Sharon 214
Johnson, Shirley J. 214
Johnston, William D. 48
Jones, Cathye 214
Jones, Jeanie 44, 46, 51, 136, 190
Jones, Kenneth W. 214
Jones, Warren C. 40, 1991
Jones, William W. 214
Joo Hai-Ryong 191
Jungkind, Barbara A. 105
Justiss, Judith S. 191
Kaczka, Mike 40
Kalzka, Michael 199
Karam, Malcolm V. 109
Kaufman, David B. 58, 60, 115
Keen, Michael T. 214
Kehoe, Martha J. 214
Keith, Alexandra 206
Kelley, Kooter 206
Kelley, Tom 109
Kelly, Lucille E. 206
Kempner, Greg E. 115
Kempner, Jane AG. 58, 199
Kendall, Agnes D. 199
Kennedy, Robert L. 47, 206
Kesler, Jacque S. 215
Keown, Royce E. 215
King, Adam D. 206
King, Sylvia G. 215
Kingrey, Becky L. 106, 135
Kinley, David G. 191
Kinney, Gary N. 199
Kinsey, Becky 215
Kirby, Georgia L. 215
Knight, Donna 199
Knight, James B. 215
Koch, Sharon A. 206
Koehler, Kay 189
Kolb, Dennis H. 55, 215
Konert, Peggy A. 215
Koon, Stephen 206
Koonce, Robert E. 206
LeCaze, Jeff 58, 60
LaCaze, Kay F. 191
Lackner, Bill 206
Lagrossa, Virginia C. 97, 102, 206
Lamar, Patricia A. 41, 47, 191
Lamb, Thomas W. 206
Landsman, Karyl D. 54
Lansdowne, Donna G. 58, 191
Lasiter, Paula 2151
Lawhon, James H. 109
Lazenby, Carol 105
LeCroy, Tommy R. 215
Ledrick, James E. 215
Lee, David M. 206
Lee, Suk Ho 215
Leigh, Llewellyn 199
Leonard, Lannie J. 215
LeWallen, Linda K. 191
Lewis, Cynthia 215
Lewis, Dennis 58
Lienhart, Joseph M. 206
Ligon, Daren 54
Ligon, Joanne 215
Ligon, Karen L. 206
Lilly, Sammy D. 215
Linde, Mark C. 199
Lindsey, Herman M. 215
Linsky, James W. 115
Lockridge, Shelia F. 205
Loftis, Benny C. 113, 215
Loftis, Kathy 54
Lofton, Vertina 215
Longinotti, Carl S. 199
Lord, Robert C. 96, 109, 199
Loux, Bobby C. 215
Lowder, Virginia S. 215
Lowe, Mike 120
Lowe, Sherry A. 206
Luptak, Nancy D. 102, 199
Lyle, Nancy B. 57, 191
Lyman, Deborah E. 215
Lynn, Carolyn E. 191
Lynn, Richard H. 109
Macon, Sheryl U. 200
Mahar, Larry D. 191
Mallory, George L. 200
Manney, Pat 109
Mano, Leonard R. 215
Marks, Frances A. 109, 215
Marks, Mary Jo 44, 101, 206
Marks, Susan L. 54, 101, 215'
Marneenate, Apiehart A. 200
Marshall, Nathaniel 215
Martin, Larry A. 191
Martin, Marylow 42, 43
Martin, Ronald S. 191
Mashburn, Alowee P. 200
Mashburn, Susan L. 200
Mason, Billy D. 215
Massa, Harvey 206
Massanelli, Joyce R. 44, 206
Mathis, Rebecca A. 200
Mathis, Russell 206
Matthews, Bill 215
Matthews, Stuart P. 111
May, Gary M. 206
May, Mal G. 206
May, Walter L. 132, 215
Mayfield, Kerry 115
McAdoo, William M. 215
McC'arroll, Michael S. 48, 58
McCarthy, Kathleen A. 206
McCarthy, Maureen A. 206
McCarty, William B. 115
McClain, Karen L. 105, 206
McClang, Glen A. 191
McConnell, Ronald C. 206
McCool, Melanie A. 54, 206
McCord, Mildred M. 215
McC'orkle, Bob 206
McCoy, Debbie R. 206
McCoy, John G. 206
McCrary, Raikes A. 200
McCraw, Rosalyn E. 215
McCuien, Jo A. 215
McCumber, Robert P. 215
McDade, Linda K. 191
McDonald, Dan T. 40, 200
McDonald, Nancy M. 215
McDonald, Patti K. 215
McDonald, Sandra M. 191
McDonell, Kerey J. 113
McElroy, Blair 54
McEntire, Harriett 215
McGibbon, Richard 113
McHughes, Ronald F. 215
Mcllroy, Nancy B. 105, 215
McKay, Melissa A. 41, 43
McKibban, Richard D. 200'
McLemore, Janet L. 58, 751
McMahan, John G. 215
McMu1lin, Alvin H. 40
McNeil, Sherry A. 191
McNutty, LaVerne L. 206
McWilliams, Alan R. 53, 200
Meeks, Catherine S. 215
Meers, Mary A. 42, 43
Mehlin, Phil W. 130
Menden, Joseph D. 215
Middlebrook, Sharon S. 206
Middleton, Michael P. 58, 60, 2
Milholland, Ralph B. 45, 191
Miller, Henry M. 206
Miller, James 206
Miller, Phil D. 115, 200
Mills, Marsha L. 58, 102, 216
Mills, Denni L. 200
Milord, Marilyn 216
Minicozzi, Tony R. 216
Minirth, Mary A. 191
Mitcham, Pamela G. 206
Mitchell, Barbara A. 216
Mitchell, Otis 216
Molder, Rober Harold 200
Moody, Edward O. 113
Mooningham, Thomas F.. 52
Moore, Betty D. 216
Moore, Charlotte D. 58, 60, 192
Moore, LaDonna 192
Moore, Mary L. 192
Mooser, Gloria J. 105, 206
Morehart, Jacqueline S. 106
Morehart, Linda J. 206
Morgan, Cynthia Cl. 47, 206
Morgan, Marty M. 58, 216
Morgan, Steve C. 109
Morgan, Susan B. 106
Morris, Carolyn YV. 192
Morris, Joe D. 192
Morris, Walter E. 206
Morrow, Leatha R. 192
Morse, Becky M. 216
Morton, Lacey P. 130
Moseley, Sarah J. 54, 105
Mourning, Randy 53, 111
Mourning, Steven L. 58, 60, 111
Mowery, Joyce M. 216
Mueller, Carol M. 106, 192
Muench, Betty C. 200
Mullins, Daniel R. 216
Munns, Jim E. 111,192
Murdock, Lynda P. 206
Murphree, Jimmy W. 55
Murry, Raymond A. 57, 216
Musick, Stanley 206
Myhand, Garvin B. 200
Myrick, Becky 192
Nash, Margie 207
Nelson, Glenda L. 200
Nelson, Gwendolyn D. 207
Nestrud, Peggy M. 105, 207
New, George C. 192
Newcomb, Randall B. 192
Newstrom, John V. 200
Newton, Marlene C. 200
Newton, Sandera K. 207
Ng, Suk-Ming W. 216
Nichols, David C. 216
Nichols, Ronnie A. 216
Noble, Floyd K. 216
Nolen, Nancy E. 216
Norrell, John L. 113, 200
Norris, William R. 192
North, Keath R. 96, 115, 192
Northcutt, Arch T. 216
Norton, Ann W. 57
Norvell, Karen L. 102, 207
Norwood, Cammie L. 216
Noto, Paula A. 54
Nutt, Harriett A. 54, 102, 207
Nunn, Joseph C. 40, 192
Nunn, Rita 207
Ot'Hara, James F. 38, 115, 192
O'Dell, Reyda M. 200
Olive, John 216
Oliver, Joseph H. 109
O'Neill, William C. 55
Ort, Carolyn Sr. 192
Osborne, Fred J. 113
O'SulliVan, Linda M. 216
Oury, Charles M. 132, 192
Owen, Catherine L. 105, 200
Owen, William L. 50, 111
Owens, Phillip E. 207
Owings, Richard A. 216
Owings, Steve A. 216
Page, Phillip M. 216
Paknawan, HaoShang 200
Palmer, Dorothy L. 207
Palmer, Juanita A. 200
Parent, Herschell E. 44, 66, 96
Park, Bong H. 192
Park, David 216
Parker, Carol R. 192
Parker, George 57
Parker, Rebecca A. 207
Parkhurst, Ted A. 50, 192
Parks, R. S. 216
Parks, Suzanne 136
Parr, Henry J. 192
Parrish, David E. 58, 60, 207
Parsons, Janice E. 192
Pasierb, Joseph J. 200
Passini, Edward H. 132
Pate, Janet M. 41, 192
Patton, Barbara H. 200
Patton, Rosalie T. 192
Pearce, Ray 207
Peck, Cassaudra L. 216
Pennington, Myrtle C. 216
Penny, Mark A. 216
Perciful, Ricky C. 216
Perdue, Jeanette 192
Perkins, John S. 58
Perrine, Marsha G. 193
Perry, Bill 216
Perry, Reagan XV. 216
Persaud, Joan R. 216
Peters, John 200'
Pfeifer, Rita A. 216
Phillips, Beverly 207
Phillips, Claudia L. 58
Phipps, John M. 43
Pipkins, Karen N. 207
Plating, Cathy 54, 102
Poindexter, Linda R. 193
Smith, Naomi A. 194
Ponder, Willis M. 200
Pool, Mary 48
Poovarodom, Singlert 216
Pope, Richard F. 50, lll
Porter, Jim W. 113, 193
Porterfield, Larry Franklin 216
Powers, John Michael 53, 109, 207
Prado, Elizabeth A. 47
Prennace, Burma Lee 200
Presley, Susan Annette 216
Presson, Stanley C. 207
Prewitt, Norvelle 200-
Price, Dennis W. 207
Price, Larry S. 42, 43
Primm, Shelia L. 105, 193
Pringle, Nash 44
Pritchard, Carolyn S. 207
Pruniski, Ann E. 207
Puryea, Jon M. 102
Pyron, Michael T. 120, 193
Quenin, Hugh G. 193
Quimby, Donna G. 216
Rackley, Chip 216
Raley, Mary T. 207
Ramsey, Mary 193
Raney, David W. 216
Rankin, Gary Ol. 200
Ratliff, David L. 216
Rawn, Bobby P. 128
Ray, Ruth L. 216
Rayburn, Jerry N'. 193
Reaves, Mary A. 216
Rector, Janet C. 193
Redd, Diane L. 47, 54, 102, 207
Redd, Michael Scott 216
Reed, Johnnie 200
Reed, Loquita B. 41, 193
Reed, Susan 58, 216
Reeves, Charles R. 115, 207
Reid, Vicky R. 207
Reinhardt, Mary K. 102, 200
Reiner, Patsy L. 200
Renshaw, Catherine M. 54, 102, 207
Reynolds, Delores M. 207
Rice, Ann M. 57
Richard, Edward P. 207
Richardson, Robert 40, 193
Richmond, John M. 217
Richter, Robert E. 217
Ricketts, Sandra K. 102, 207
Riddle, John W. 207
Ridlon, Evan A. 50, 193
Riegler, Mary 200
Rinehart, David F. 132, 207
Rister, Linda 193, 207
Rives, Alice P. 193
Roach, Dennis 132
Robb, Don 109
Robbins, Jim 130
Roberts, Cynthia C. 217
Roberts, Marjorie M. 193
Roberson, Ronald A. 207
Robertson, Rebecca 105, 200
Robichaud, Michele L. 207
Robinson, Answorth 207
Robinson, Henry C. 207
Robinson, Rita L. 57, 99, 200
Robinson, Tina D. 217
Rogers, Richard P. 217
Rojanadumrong, Raugdez 193
Rose, Janet C. 217
Rosencrans, Linda J. 217
Rosser, Carol A. 193
Rossi, Margaret E. 207
Rowan, Helen A. 217
Rowenbach, Bill 115
Rozzell, Margaret 51, 102
Rule, John E. 207
Ruple, Mary A. 217
Rush, Michael B. 207, 217
Rushing, Julia A. 217
Russell, M. A. 200
Russell, Opal M. 41, 193
Rutledge, Cheryl L. 207
Sampson, Donald W. 217
Sanders, 'Geraldine M. 201
Sanders, Richard E. lll, 201
Sanders, Sandy R. 201
Sanguanruang, Sermsak S. 207
Satterfield, Cynthia D. 217
Savanapridi, Chana T. 201
Savells, James B. 97, 101
Scales, Claudette 207
Schaap, Judie A. 217
Schafer, Melba 217
Schay, Colleen 47
Schey, Colleen 52
Schiermeyer, Walter K. 193
Schleiff, Paul L. 201
Schlumberger, Jane L. 201
Schmidt, Sharon A. 201
Schreffler, Donna L. 41, 193
Seay, Kay L. 207
Sego, Matthew J. 44, 207
Selig, John P. 120, 201
Semora, Charlotte L. 105, 13
Shannon, Debra E. 207
Shaw, Finton 50
Shaw, Michael F. 208
Sheffield, Gwendolyn A. 193
Sheffield, Ron L. 132, 208
Sherlin, Norma C. 217
Sherman, Nicana C. 217
Sheilds, Oliver G. 218
Shively, Susann L. 201
Shivers, Robert M. 115
Shook, Vanhorn M. 218
Shreve, Harold 53
Shubert, Kathy 45, 102
Shull, Richard L. 40, 193
Shultz, Margaret A. 193
Shumard, Sandra G. 193
Sick, Jean A. 201
Silmon, Richard W. 40, 208
Simmons, Pamela 51, 97, 105, 201
Simpson, Becky S. 48, 57, 193
Simpson, Beth R. 201
Simpson, Thomas E. 208
Sinclair, Scott N. 218
Singleton, Saundra K. 201
Singley, Carol 218
Sisk, Robert L. 218
Sitzler, Judith A. 208
Skaggs, Ronald M. 132, 218
Skinner, Charles R. 218
Skipper, Diana L. 208
Skipper, Glynn B. 208
Sklar, Carol L. 218
Schubert, Eric C. 201
Schuler, Mfilliam S. 115, 217
Bob 44, 217
Donna K. 101
Margaret E. 217
Scruggs, Carol 102
Slaton, Phyllis R. 193
Smith, Carl 218
Smith, Charles E. 193
Smith, Charles H. 193
Smith, Coy R. 201
Smith, Cynthia K. 218
Smith, Dorothy 208
Smith, E.. C. 47
Smith, Garland E. 47, 193
Smith, Herbert H. 113
Smith, Kaye R. 208
Smith, Linda K. 194
Smith, Melinda R. 218
Smith, Mark S. 201
Smith, Miller E. 208
Nevenka J. 218
Smith, Randel M. 218
Smith, Robert 43
Smith, Robert 115
Smith, Robert L. 201
Smith, Stella 194
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Smith, Wanda 218
Smith, Wilson C. 218
Sorrels, Gary A. 52, 194
Spann, Sharon R. 218
Sparks, Jeanette R. 208
Sparks, Jerry V. 113
Spencer, Stephen G. 208
Spillman, Brenda C. 208
Spillyards, Joey L. 214
Spradley, Joseph A. 208
Spragins, james B. 208
Springer, Robert F.. 218
Spurgers, james D. 57, 218
Squires, Burton G. 50, 111
Squires, Michael F. 218
Stain, Shannon 218
Stallcup, Doris L. 208
Standridge, Teddy W. 218
Stanley, Roland 50
Starr, Linda S. 218
Stearns, Charles F. 208
Steele, Charles T. 218
Steele, Curtis C. 194
Stephen, Jack O. 201
Stephens, R. L. 132
Stephens, Roger S. 208
Stewart, Charles O. 201
Stewart, Charles L. 48, 57, 194
Steves, Thomas E. 52
Stewart, David M. 113, 194
Stewart, Mathew R. 218
Stockar, William 201
Stone, Stephen F. 113, 137, 201
Stracklein, Arlene 57
Straw, Vicki S. 194
Stricklin, William E. 47
Stringfellow, Vicki L. 218
Stroud, Larry M. 218
Stuart, Bill 218
Stuart, Margaret Catherine 218
Stuart, Ray 132
Sugg, Don 120, 218
Sugg, Michael W. 201
Sugg, Rita 101
Sugg, Rita L. 218
Suggett, Dorothy L. 194, 218
Suggs, Gary D. 50, 58, 67, 201
Suggs, Rita 54
Suitt, Billy C. 201
Suksiri, Monsonti Paul 218
Sullivan, Lexie L. '57, 201
Sullivan, Michael T. 128
Summers, Carlos 48
Summerville, Bobette 218
Sutterfield, Jim 218
Swann, Stephanie A. 97, 105, 208
Swaty, john A. 43, 208
Sweeten, Robert W. 115, 208
Swindall, James F. 218
Switzer, Susan 44, 101, 208
Sybert, Randy 115
Sykes, Charlotte L. 208
Tabor, Carol L. 105, 194
Taggart, Marsha T. 201
Talbert, Peggy A. 208
Tan, Peter Chai-Kuh 201
Tanner, Richard A. 218
Tate, janet D. 99, 194
Tatoian, Martin G. 50, 111, 218
Barbara Ann 195
David C. 201
Debbie D. 218
Frank Carl 113, 137
John Paul 218
Teague, Randy 132
Tebbetts, John E. 201
Temple, Deborah Lynn 218
Terry, Joel Dennis 109
Thomas, Charles VV. 201
Thomas, Peggy 218
Thomas, Cheryl L. 99, 208
Thompson, Jim L. 208
Thompson, John P. 208
Thompson, Peggy S. 47
Thompson, Virginia Elaine 218
Thornton, Robert S. 201
Tirman, Christine B. 208
Tillery, Cecil R. 132
Tillery, Donald R. 201
Timm, Danny YV. 208
Timm, Jonathan D. 40, 208
Tinsley, Rebecca L. 208
Tomboli, Joseph E. 40
Toombs, Nancy 218 ,
Townsend, Janice 57
Townsend, Karon 218
Trammell, Margaret M. 195
Treadway, Yvonne 219
Trent, Stuart A. 52, 55, 159, 201
Charlotte Colene 208
Becky A. 105
Donald B. 219
John S. 219
Raymond 113, 130, 137,
Tullgren, Caryl R. 195
Turley, Sonia L. 208
Turnbow, Linda Jeanne 50, 106,
Turner, blames R. 219
Turner, Karen Anne 201
Turner, Vicki Lynn 219
Marshall 1fVi1liam 48,
Turney, Doug 47
Tussey, Dale M. 219
Tyler, Tony L. 219
Underwood, Beverly K. 208
Underwood, Joyce M. 208
Uyeda, Cheryl R. 208
Van Camp, joe 208
Van Cleve, Donald L. 195
Vandiver, Ron 115
Vandiver, 1Vi11iam R. 111, 201
Van Dyke, Roger S. 40, 128
Van Zandt, Melanie L. 54, 105, 208
Vault, George 208
Veches, Sandy 51, 52, 102, 195
Vick, Carol A. 97, 101, 201
Vines, Rebecca S. 101
Volpert, Rose A. 208
Vories, Yvonne 219
1Vaddel, 1Vil1iam T. 201
W'age, Robert O. 208
Yvagnon, David H. 208
1Vakelie1d, Tommie R. 209
W'a1der, james 111
1Vadler, Katheryn H. 417, 49, 195
1Va1derns, James 219
1Valker, Dale A. 40
1Valker, Julie A. 41, 43, 417, 209
1Valker, Robert G. 201
Wallace, Tony 195
1Vallis, Patricia A. 201
1Va1ls, Linda F. 209
W'ard, Brenda K. 209
1fVard, Diane 1. 209
1Vard, Phil H. 219
YVard, Thomas S. 195
1Varlord, Darrell L. 132, 209
1Varford, Dorris D. 209
1Varl'ord, Eric O. 219
1fVarner, Carleen L. 209
1Varren, Robert YV. 219
1'Vaters, Bankston 109
1Vatts, Michael 13. 209
1Veatherford, Billy R. 209
1Veaver, Charles L. 209
1Vebb, Harry 109
Hleber, Raymond 39, 40, 53, 96, 113
Vfeideman, 1Varren M. 52, 58, 60,
1Velch, Dennis L. 47, 128, 195
1Vells,t1im M. 195
West, Johnny C. 219
West, Michael L. 209
Westbrook, Rudy G. 219
Westenhaver, Chris E. 102, 219
Westnedge, Richard 113
Wheeler, Rhonda L. 219'
White, Kelly R. 195
White, Londell 219
White, Patience' A. 106, 195
Whiting, Ivan 113, 209
Whitt, Danny F. 132, 195
Whitten, Linda A. 209
Wicker, Clecil E. 120, 209
Wilkerson, Skippy 115
Wilkins, Jennie L. 219
Williams Clarice 219
Williams, David L. 201
Williams, Edgar L. 120, 122, 219
Williams, Judy C. 219
Williams, Margaret A. 47, 54, 105,
Williams, Mary K. 219
Williams, Morris E. 40, 53, 195
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Williamson, Bobby N. 209
Williamson, Manne 58, 195
Williamson, Robert Y. 195
Williamson, Steve M. 53, lll, 209
Willis, Edward B. 209
Willis, Furdy 219
Willis, Gloria 99, 202
Wilmot-Freedman, David W. 195
Wilson, Carolyn Sl. 195
Wilson, James S. 111
Wilson, Jerry B. 40, 195
Wilson, Jim 50
Wilson, Marcia G. 219
Wilson, Ray 209'
W'imberley, Lee 200
Wimberley, Peggy L. 202
Wimberley, Wes E. 202
Wingfield, David B. 209
Wingfield, Mary A. 41, 195
Winston, Gregory 120, 219
Witt, Barbara 202
Wood, Billy E. 209
Wood, Thomas F. 55
Woodbury, Lydia 209'
Woodfin, Michael F. 195
Woodruff, Betty 51, 105, 195
Woods, James B. 209
Woods, James L. 219
Woods, Kathy 73
Vfoods, Laurel A. 209
Mfooldridge, Linda S. 102, 202
Wooley, Angela Sr. 58, 60, 102
Wools, Debra K. 219
Worley, H. Larry 202
Worley, Miriam 44, 54, 101, 219
Worsham, Deanna 209
Wright, Beverly 202
Wright, Danny 115
Wright, Gala C. 219
Wright, James M. 202
Wright, Janet 54, 105, 135, 219
Wright, Jimmy C'. 219
Wright, Pamela E. 219
Wunnenberg, Amanda T. 202
Wurtz, Rita L. 202'
Wylie, Robert G. 209
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Younts, Bob 115, 209
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