University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1971
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The University ol? Arkansas at Little Rock
Little Rock, Arkansas
George Foster, Editor
Sue Bunch, Assistant Editor
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Classes are larger nowg much larger than
when the University of Arkansas at Little
Rock was known as Little Roch junior
College. Professors are iinpersonalg assign-
ing to each face a student number and a
seat for one hour in his life.
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People come and go, fads wax and wane. High
school graduate's opinions of themselves lessen as
their egos are crushed by heavier class loads and the
upperelassmen's heavy hand upon them. This, in its
entirety hasn't changed much. Memories of a
"better time" remain with us.
Another school year has ended. Was it a good
or a bad year? Did each person change as his atti-
tude changed about exams, parties, and personal
relationships? Perhaps we're still too close to this
year to answer. Perhaps it inahes no difference.
Wliether good or had, beautiful or ugly, it was
The Administration of any state-supported
school has its own problems and its own solutions
to them. Certainly, our f77'Ol1lF7H.S are different
than those of Little Rock junior College, or even
those of Little Rock University. VVe have our
aibathetie stiulents, our hlacl: inilitants, and our
white racists as well as a few hippies. Who are we
to criticize the aclininistration? They are in Charge,
and do the best they can.
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The Greeks, individual communities within
themselves, are in many of the University's posi-
tions in our school. Fraternities and Sororities
play an important role in the social structure here.
Do they really? Rush begins, anfl the Greeks don
their Maslcs. How long will these masks remain
on? A week? Three weeks? Only they know, and
they're not telling.
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Yes, there are still some openings
in Underwater Basket Weaving.
It has been often said that, "The process of
registration is quite similar to another hu-
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What would we do without lines and forms?
O.K. Now, herd them up and move them out."
"Don't ask what your university can do for
you, but what you can do for your univer-
I just want 15 hours of classes,
Where they clon,t count cuts, grade
on the curve, let you smoke in
class, drink cokes and nobody gets
anything lower than a B, that's all.
Being a Freshman counselor isnyt all bad.
Up against the wall and donit try anything foolish
Well I'm a Sophomore now, I was
only zz Freshman for 3 years.
WVow Man, this whole scene is out of control.
Yes, Psych is great. It,s all about
this dog that took an over-dose
of gravy train and now he has a
lot of flash backs.
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And the lucky donor, Wins 21 date with the
Everybody must boogey, sometime.
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We don't know what happened. But its fun trying to guess.
Old Milwaukee, Busch, Bud-it has to be a Work
At last, we can all meet on common ground
Color this one, Funky,
Man lives in shaded reality
Our debate team. Quite often called, The Knights of Verbal Elocution.
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There is a proper time and place for everything.
The generation gap is closing.
Carey's Mid-day Amateur Hour.
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To the winner, goes the spoils. The third time is the charm
dent poll, we were able
to tabulate the data and
found that 3 out of every
4 students has at one time
or another considered sui-
cide before finals.
Dick Gregory said more in 3 hours
than most people say in 3 years.
After taking the last stu-
The Sixty-F our Thousand
Dollar Question. VVho is the
real U.A.L.R. Student Body
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Happiness Is ..... a redi-roll.
Need we say anymore?
Er, uh .... Is this Mr. Hoover?
We Want you to free Huey . . .
and Louie, Dewy, Donald and
That's one lush that had n big
Come One, Come All. To see the U.A.L.R. band .... price of admission is one warm body
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I don't know what it means but it looks rather intelligent.
:he Student Senate probably has produced more frustrated pseudo-political minded people than carter
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Those Niggras are the most ungrateful things I've ever
known. And Weyve done so much for them.
Where is my Niggra?
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remember that fellas.
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Early in the fall, james Howard, an attorney at law became the first legal advisor to the Student Senate. NVith him are Mike
Kaezka Cseatedj Senate president, and Stuart Trent fright? Senate vice-president.
The UALR Student Senate took quite a pro-
gressive turn this year, beginning with the election
of Mike Kaczka as president. On the basis of opinion
polls, Bitch Box response, and little student interest,
the Senate decided to withdraw support of the so-
called Homecoming, Miss UALR pageant, and Auls-
ing. Student polls indicated the students preferences
have changed and the students want the Senate to
focus more resources on academic matters of im-
portance to students and provide contemporary en-
tertainment, such as speakers and concerts. The Sen-
ate expanded the voting hours over last year to allow
the night students to vote in elections. The Senate
is researching the various possibilities of representa-
tion of the student body given impetus by the
opinion polls indication that the students feel the
present system is inadequate.
Upon initiation in the Student Senate, the fol-
lowing can be considered administrative accomplish-
ments: increased lighting for the campus at nightg
two free noon periods per week, Dean's List based on
semester grades rather than nine weeks gradesg and
the establishment of a Faculty Rating Committee by
divisions, subsequent to the studies and recommenda-
tions made by the Ad Hoc Committee on Student
Dean Barbara Taegel is the advisor of the Senate.
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Mike Kaczka, Student Body President
Joe Binz and jerry Sparks at Student Senate meeting.
Linda Morehart was the Senate secretary.
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Mike Kaczka presides at
Sam Abraham, janet Mc-
Lemore, Glenda Cale, and
Larry Farmer, Senate treas-
urer, study proposed resolu-
Al Lindsey was the Associate Editor of the
Iai Mainthia was the Forum Business Man-
Libby Barnett was the Editor of the Forum this year, and the first female in the
history of the Forum to hold that office.
The Forum, the University newspaper, has presented this
year's campus community with a bimonthly account of news events
and activities both on and off campus.
This year's staff numbered more students than any in the
recent past as interest in journalism increased with the offering of
a journalism major. Considerable student freedom combined with
an active publications committee, administrative concert, and pro-
fessional advice from advisors helped create a more effective and
As a member of the Arkansas College Press Association, the
Forum has retained its fine record of competition with other state
Feature XVriter and
Donald R. Duck
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George F oster, Editor
Sue Bunch, Associate Editor
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Above: Eddie Mashburn, student photographer for the Trojan
and the forum Right XVaync Bolxck professlonal photographer
for thc Trojan and Forum.
Beverly Bone Janice Bunch Laura Carroll Rick English
Sororities Secretary Events GI6ekS
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Agnes Ferreira Terrie Gregory Peggy Howell Harry XX
Art Divisions Honors Sports
Dan Boswell, Business Manager
The Trojan presents the people and happenings at the
University of Arkansas, Little Rock in the fall of l970 and
the spring of l97l Qand the winter inbetweenj . Several pages
were added to the Trojan to cover the growing amount of
events and activities and a larger student class section. To
accommodate a larger student body, the Trojan also increased
its volume. The Trojan is conceived and composed by the
students and staff membership is open to all students of all
divisions and classes. As a member of the Arkansas College
Press Association, the Trojan is judged with other Arkansas
college yearbooks. Throughout the year several staff members
attended seminars and the ACPA spring meeting where they
studied better composition of yearbooks.
Front Row: Mima Arroys, Lihby Barnett, Raj P
Linda Morehart, jaimini Mainthia, juan Kuhlmann
ersaud, Lucy Keenerg Back Row:
Front Row: Linda Bell, Eleanor Crawford, Jackie Miller, Zimmery Crutcher, Cynthia
Lewis, Charles Boho, Answorth Robinsong Second Row: Gary L. Anderson, Linda
Bush., Brenda Grant, Londell White, Kathleen Delyles, Artis Walkerg Third Row:
Lee Bailey, Cherye Morrison, Lavona Wilson, Tony Minicozzi, Raymond Frazier,
Al Terryg Back Row: Bruce Brooks, Kenneth P. Bousquet, John Grissom, Catherine
Eckford, Larry Straw.
The International Students Club
began its second year on the UALR
campus with assisting new internation-
al students in locating housing and
with a reception for these students.
The club sponsored a banquet and
fair with food and articles from each
country represented by a student.
Membership in the International
Students Club is open to all students
of UALR. Raj Persaud is president,
Mordichai Shmolevits is vice-president,
and Vaiminikumar Mainthia is treasur-
er. The club is sponsored by Dean H.
Block Umieo' tSllIgi6l767fll'.f
The Black United Students pro-
motes unity among the Black students
through study and support of the de-
velopment of Black culture. The BUS
develops dignity, pride, and respect
among Black students. In addition to
offering services to the campus and
community the BUS sponsored many
activities including Black Emphasis
Week, a Christmas dance, aid to Cairo,
Illinois, and a Black Cultural Program
for the College of the Ozarks. The
president is George Ronald Williams,
Doris Williams is vice-president,
Bernetta Hayes is secretary, and
Elizabeth Johnson is treasurer. Miss
Cora lNilliams is the faculty advisor.
The Young Democrats Club of
UALR strives to stimulate an active
interest in governmental affairs by
helping to acquaint voters with the
issues and candidates, and to foster and
perpetuate the ideals and principles of
the Democrat Party. The forty-nine
members were very active in the 1970
state election campaign and have been
host to many speakers on the campus.
The Young Democrats are led this
year by Ralph Ward who is president.
Jerry Mayfield is vice-president, Mary
Alice Hamilton is secretary and Randy
Wilhes is treasurer. Dr. Thomas Baker
is the faculty sponsor.
The purpose of the Young Repub-
lican Club is to collect, analyze, re-
port, and disseminate information con-
cerning governmental and political
affairs. Meetings often include noted
speakers on state and local govern-
ment, and Republican affairs. An
activity of the thirty-seven members
was participating in the Toys for Tots
drive. The president is Joe Binz, the
vice-president is Gary Brown, the
treasurer is Jim Dudley and the secre-
tary is Glynda Jacks. Mr. Chester
Mercer serves as advisor to the Young
Front Row: Brenda Young, Tonya Wvehb, Ivan Whiting, Bill Marks, Tom Horton,
Roland Stanley: Middle Row: Deborah Brockman, Shirley Crain, Larry Mcllfurrv,
Bobby Denman, jimmy Simpson, jim Gibbons, Richard Farresterg Back Roni:
Jerry Mayfield, Ralph YVard, Russell Mathis, Robert J. Dare, Jimmy Bransford,
Richard WV. Griffin fSponsorjg Charles P. Jautt.
Front Row: Lee Pillert, Jim Smith, Agnes Ferreira, Diane Goggans, Glynda Jacks:
Middle Row: Rudy McMah:m, Mike Keen, David Stevens, Virginia LaGrossa, Sheila
Henson, Joe Binz, jr., Back Row: jim Dudley, lVes Hfimberly, Allen Barton, Gary
Brown, Rhonda Jones, Roger Van Dyke.
Front Row: William E. Gran, fsponsorjg Alan Lcveritt, Glynda jacks, Roland
Stanleyg Bark Row: Gary Suggs, Gary Detherage, jim Gibbons.
Front Row: Nancy McDonald, Karen Dillon, janise Bunchg Back Row: Robert A.
Cromwell, fSponsorjg Jan Roberson, XVilliam E. Gran, fsponsorjg Gary Candle.
In its third year on the UALR
campus, the Young Americans for
Freedom continues to promote those
ideals and principles which promote,
preserve, and protect the condition of
human liberty. Speakers sponsored in
the Hot Seat Program were R.
Hampton, Jr., candidate for governorg
Moshe Gilboa, Israeli Consulate Gen-
eralg Walter Carruth, candidate for
governor, and Robert Sarver, head of
the Arkansas Prison System. Another
Hot Seat program was a debate on the
'6New Constitution". The YAF presi-
dent is Gary Detherage, vice-president
is Gary Suggs, and the secretary is
Glenda Cale. Mr. lN'illiam E. Gran is
the faculty advisor.
Yauib for Truth
The Youth for Truth encourages
the social, moral, and spiritual well-
being of students at UALR and rend-
ers service to the university. This year
the organization invited speakers to
present programs on subjects of inter-
est to the members. A Christmas party
was held at the Student Building with
students from other colleges invited to
attend. Arthur Harper is president,
Janise Bunch is vice-president, and
Karen Dillon is secretary-treasurer.
Faculty advisors are Dr. Jerry Butler,
Mr. William Gran, and Mr. Bob
Bdlpflifli finden! Umm
The purpose of the Baptist Student
Union is to lead persons of the campus
community into a vital relationship
with Jesus Christ and into a maturing
Christian experience as they relate the
Christian perspective to all academic
disciplines and strive for scholastic ex-
cellence. Activities of the year were at-
tending the state convention, holding
a children's Christmas party, sponsor-
ing Great Decisions group in Feb-
ruary and March and spring mission
projects during the spring vacation.
The president is Mack Shotts and the
secretary-treasurer is Pam Smith. Mr.
James Smalley is the BSU director.
Providing a church at the universi-
ty, the Wesley Foundation aids in de-
veloping Christian character, vocation-
al guidance, personal counseling, and
in learning good study habits. The
VVesley Foundation building offers a
place to meet friends, study, and for
recreation and coffees. Bob Scott is
president, Ricky English is vice-presi-
dent, and Teresa Jones is secretary.
The director of the Wesley Foundation
is Mr. James R. Sewell.
Front Row: Ellen Gates, Answorth Robinson, Peggy Benton, XVanda Smith, Middle
Row: Mack Shotts, Carolyn Taylor, Steve Davis, Pam Smith: Back Row: Mr. james
Smalley, fSponsorjg Wlayne McBride, Henry Robinson, Kathleen Delyles.
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Front: Teresa jones: Middle: Bob Scott, james R. Sewell: Back: Terry Bray.
Front Row: Becky Hollancl, Sandy Scarborough, Bettye Holloway, Carla Boshears,
QVice-Presidentyg Middle Row: Kathleen Jewell, QTreasurerjg Linda Kempf, jan
Simpson, Pat Tliompson, Becky Bittner, 12nd Vice-Presidcntjg Back Row: Alexa
Popp, Pam Hastings, Ann Bryant, Bonnie Grant, Janine Rector, QPresidcntj.
Front Row: lvilliam O'Neill, fTreasurerj3 Tim Burton, B. C. Arrington, fSponsorjg
Stuart Trent. Wresidentyg Middle Row: Ronald YVylie, Robert W. Beardsley, Ronald
Kerr, Billy Weatherford, QSecrctaryj3 Ralph X'Vard, fVice-Presidentj: Back Row:
Dennis Kolb, Charles L. Shaw, john K. Vaugh, james H. Douglas, Billy R. Butler,
james O. Edwards.
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The Arkansas State Nursing Stu-
dent Association is composed of stu-
dents working towards an Associate
Degree in Nursing. Through work-
shops held at the University of Ark-
ansas Medical Center, the Nursing
Student Association offers added op-
portunity for the student nurses to
learn about their profession. The presi-
dent is Janine Rector, first vice-presi-
dent is Becky Bittner, second vice-
president is Carla Boshears, secretary
is Judy Jackson, and treasurer is
Kathleen Jewel. The faculty advisor is
Mrs. Bonnie Grant.
The Veterans' Association promot-
es the social and academic development
of armed services veterans at UALR.
In its third year on the campus, the
association has enjoyed a rapid in-
crease in membership with twenty new
members this fall. In addition to being
active in major campus events, the
Veterans' Association sponsored a
freshman orientation for veterans, a
fruit cake sale at Christmas and pub-
lished a fall semester activity calendar.
The president of the Veterans' Associa-
tion is Stuart A. Trent, vice-president
is Ralph Ward, secretary is Bill Weath-
erford and treasurer is Bill O'Neil1.
Matters dealing with international
politics are always controversial as the
members of the History-Foreign Re-
lations club indicated this year in
their program of guest speakers on the
campus. Membership in the History-
Foreign Relations Club is available to
all persons interested in international
politics and the historical aspects of
international politics. The president
is Jim Dudley, vice-president is Bill
Simpson, and secretary is Mary Alice
Cearly. Dr. Calvin Ledbetter, State
Representative is the faculty advisor.
The Engineers Club, which pro-
motes and encourages an interest in
engineering among prospective en-
gineering students, began its second
year on the UALR campus this fall.
The club sponsors monthly speakers
or films on engineering topics. This
year the club has been in the process of
forming an employment service for
engineering students, in order for the
students to get practical experience in
the field of engineering. John Teb-
betts, jr. is the president, Ray Cox, Jr.
is vice-president, and Gary Detherage
is secretary. Faculty advisors are Mr.
R. A. Cromwell, Mr. B. Weyres, and
Mr. R. M. Tolbert.
Front Row: Bill Marks, Russell Mathis, Bill Simpson, fVice-Prcsidentjg Middle
Row: Ivan YVhiting, Larry McMurry, jimmy Simpson: Back Row: jim Bransforcl,
jim Gibbons, jim Dudley, QI'residentj .
Front Row: james B. KVeyers, KSponsorJ: john A. YVilliams, Jr.. Kevin WValls,
Pat Morris, QRCPOIICIDQ Middle Row: Robert A. Cromwell, QSponsorjg Juan Kuhl-
mann, Gary Leon Detherage. KS0ffClHTYl5 Richard Garrett, Kenneth Chastaing
Back Row: James WV. Baker, R. N. Tolbert, John E. Tcbbetts, QPresiclcntjg Gary
Front Row: Sharon Olberts, Lynn Brunetti, Laura Carroll, Marsha Massenburgg
Middle Row: Mary Kathryn Holmes, jo Ann Campbell, Mary Ann Henderson,
Becky Munseyg Back Row: Lucille Colaianni, fSponsorjg Dorthy Palmer, Steve
Davis, Tim Burton.
Front Row: Rebecca Knight, Carolyn Frazier, Karen Moody,. Lucy Keener, Jim
Hooper, Middle Row: Gail Delozier, Mary Keller YVelch, Maryavis Parson, QSponsorj:
Minnie Lindsey, Carolyn Davis: Back Row: juan Kuhlmann, David Swearingen,
L Dlllmnce Fmnmzle
L'Alliance Francaise provides an
opportunity for students interested in
French to practice conversational
French and to enrich their background
in French culture and civilization. The
twelve members enjoyed musical pro-
grams of popular and folk songs, and
socials with French games and music.
The organization also studied coun-
tries where only French is spoken, and
slides of France and Switzerland. Tim
Burton is president and Sharon
Olberts is secretary-treasurer. Miss
Lucille Colaianni is sponsor.
Lal foczkdaztz' Elpmaolaz
La Sociedad Espanola promotes
friendship and understanding of people
with hispanic background. La Sociedad
Espanola was very active this year din-
ing at Casa Bonitag caroling in Spanish
for Little Rock residents from Spanish
speaking countriesg acting as hosts for
Spanish speaking young people here
to learn Englishg sponsoring a gather-
ing for all UALR students from foreign
countriesg and studying slides of Brazil.
The president is Lucy Keener, vice-
president is Jim Evans, and secretary-
treasurer is Karen Moody. Mrs. Mary-
avis Parson is sponsor.
The Women's Recreation Associa-
tion serves to encourage the entire
female student body to participate in
organized athletic events and also to
encourage participation in other forms
active recreation. The
campout in April and
WRA Play Days with
A carnival in March
WRA held a
was also sponsored by the WRA. Cathy
Owen is the president, and Margaret
Williams is the vice-president. Mrs.
Betty Stephens is faculty advisor.
Pbyfzml Eafuwzlzbn Club
The Physical Education Majors
and Minors Club strives for prepara-
tion for and communication Within
the field of health, physical education
and recreation. Membership increased
this year to forty-five members, all
physical education majors and minors.
The P. E. Club sponsored the state
AAU Womens Basketball Tourna-
ment this year. John Selig is president,
Phyllis Lavender is vice-president,
Susan Arnold is secretary and Ann
Gladish is treasurer. Sponsors are Mr.
John Torbett and Mrs. Betty Stephens.
Front Row: Susan Arnold, Janet Harwell, Phillis Lavender, Betty Stephens: Middle
Row: Anne Gladish, Cathy Owen, Sheila Hood, Back Row: Sharon Antoon, Helen
Dean, Kathleen M. Delyles.
Front Row: Susan Arnold, Tom Lamb, Cathy Owen, Lester Davis, Gary Perkins,
Second Row: Allen Faulkner, Phillis Lavender, Anne Gladish, Steve Aldridge:
Third Row: john Torbett, fSponsorjg john Selig, Sharon Antoon, Helen Dean,
Bark Row: Jim Porter, Larry Puckett, David Rinehart, Richard Rogers.
Front Row: Rosalyn Halbert, Virginia L. Floyd, Rose Ann Volpert, Clara Harris,
joy Shoptawg Middle Row: Mary Elizabeth Hfeeks, Valdarce Davis, Linda WVhitten,
Katharin Bailey, Becky Tinsley, Back Row: Ronald Kerr, Pricilla Tebbctts, Donna
Freeman, Sue Hall, Barbara Stone, Dianna Stroup.
Left to Right: Susie Adams, Dr. Rose Berry, Joyce Underwood, Kay Sanders, Terri
Gregory, Janet Kcveryn.
The purpose of the Student Na-
tional Education Association is to de-
velop an understanding and apprecia-
tion of the teaching profession. It pro-
vides for development of leadership,
cooperation and opportunities for
students interested in education.
Monthly meetings deal with informa-
tion related to education. Membership,
open to any one interested in educa-
tion, increased thirty over last years
membership to seventy members this'
year. Ron Kerr is president, Becky
Tinsley is vice-president, Diane Cross
is secretary. Dr. Rose Berry is sponsor
The Association of Childhood Ed-
ucation Works for the education and
Well-being of children. ACE is a branch
of the Association for Childhood Ed-
ucation lnternational which was found-
ed in l930. Activities of the year were
a Reading Hour at the Arkansas School
for the Blind Students, and a Teach-
ers, Tea held at the end of the spring
semester. An interest in children is
the only requirement for membership.
ACE presidents are Terrie Gregory
and Lynne Brister, the vice-president
is Janet Keveryn and the secretary is
Joyce Underwood. Dr. Rose Berry is
The purpose of the Accounting
Club is to further the art of accounting
at UALR and in the business commun-
ity by aiding future accountants in
their quest for proficiency in the
accounting profession and to learn from
others already proficient and prom-
inent in accounting or related fields.
An activity of the year was to have
guest speakers prominent in the field
of accounting, and working with the
Arkansas .Accounting Association to
establish a statewide organization of
accounting clubs. Larry Farmer is
president, Bob Bennett is vice-presi-
dent, and Glenda Nelson is secretary-
treasurer. The club is sponsored by
Pi Sigma Epfzhn
Sponsored by the Sales and Market-
ing Executives Association of Little
Rock, Pi Sigma Epsilon strives to pro-
mote interest in the fields of market-
ing and selling. Pi Sigma Epsilon hears
guest speakers from different areas of
business each month, and visits busi-
nesses during the year. The twenty-
nine members are active in a fund rais-
ing project and intramural activities.
The president is Cary Gaines, vice-
president is Roy Andrews, secretary
is John Hardwick and treasurer is
Ralph Bauer. The faculty advisors are
Dr. H. E. Urbantke and Mr. B. C.
Front Row: Danna Hearn, Sharon Hopkins, Delores Handy, Rudy Gates, Middle
Row: Randy Gales, Glenda Nelson, Roy Smith QSponsorjg Mrs, Margaret Veatch,
QSponsorjg Back Razr: Larry Farmer, George Foster.
Front Row: john Brown, Bob Birch, Sandy Nott, Jim Russell, David Bolick, Bill
Milesg Middle Razr: Tom XVorthington, Roy Andrews, Cary Gains, Robert Thornton,
Mike Childers, Ralph Bauer, Eric Schubert, Mike Thurman, fSMEA Representa-
tivejg Back Row: Peter Devitt, Mr. Bill Tadlock, QAdvisorj3 Frank Bolton, William
Stanley, John Hardwick, John Phipps, Dr. Hugh Urhzmtke, Q.-Xdvisorj.
Front Row: Judy Eudy, Dennis Roach, Gene Bale, Deborah Brockman, Tonya Webb,
llfirldle Row: lack Ziegler, Vicki McCoy, john Festa, Gary Carpenter, Stuart Trentg
Back Row: Gerald Butler, Gene G. McCoy, fAdvisorj5 Randy Sybert, jaimini
Front Row: Brenda Young, Danna Hearn, Tonya Webb, Linda juaire, Deborah Brock-
mang Middle Row: Sharon Hopkins, Janice Parsons, Glenda Nelson, Deloris Handy:
Back Row: Shirley Crain, Doris Sharp, fStaff Advisory: Mrs. Margaret Veatch,
QSponsorj , Judy Eudy.
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Alpha Delta Sigma - Gamma Alpha
Chi is a national professional advertis-
ing fraternity designed to bridge the
gap between the classroom and pro-
fessional advertising experience. The
chapter was named the top ADS-GAX
chapter in the nation for the second
consecutive year in December. Special
projects included advertising the
blood-drive on the UALR campus
with posters made by the members,
selling UALR license plates and doing
public service advertising on ecology.
Members attended the regional con-
vention held in Dallas in November.
Judy Eudy is president and Mr. Gene
McCoy, owner of a local advertising
firm, is the faculty sponsor.
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Alpha Kappa Pri
ln October, ladies planning de-
grees in business fields formed the
Women's Auxiliary to Alpha Kappa
Psi, as a companion group to the men's
professional business fraternity, Alpha
Kappa Psi. The Auxiliary strives to
further the individual success of its
members, to introduce Women in busi-
ness to ideals, initiative, and their
dignified role in the business world.
The eighteen members began an active
year by being hostesses to guest speak-
ers from the business and legal fields.
At Christmas the Women's Auxiliary
to Alpha Kappa Psi held a dinner and
dance. The presidents are Shirley
Crain and Janice Parsons, secretary is
Brenda Young, and treasurer is Deb-
orah Brockman. Mrs. Joann Jones and
Mrs. Peggy Veatch are faculty sponsors
and Mrs. Doris Sharp is staff advisor.
Front Rozy: joe Binz, jr., Richard S. Bondurant, Stanley Musick, Roger Van Dyke, johnny Broun onithan Timm B X Hardy
Thomas G. Worthington, Steve Cumnock, Terry Green, Wfayne Back Row: Wayne Silmon, Ralph H ard mme Friday Dan Bos
Crcathouscg Mirlrlle Row: Roy Smith, Steve Doerr, Londel White, well, john Childers, George Foster amcs Butler Xlike lxaczka
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Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest business fraternity in the nation, aims to-
ward giving members experience in business that will aid them in their
careers. The Epsilon Phi chapter at UALR is concerned with scientific re-
search in the fields of commerce, accounting, and finance. Some of the pro-
jects this chapter has been involved in this year are selling yearbook adver-
tising, assisting the student placement office, and the book-exchange.
The fraternity also awarded its first scholarship, the funds for which are
from the book-exchange proceeds. Also the annual Christmas party was held
for the student, alumni, and faculty members. The president is Richard Bon-
durant, vice-president is Robert Bennett, secretary is jonathan Timm, and
treasurer is Steve Doerr. Dr. Lloyd Bowie, and Dr. James Butler are faculty
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Seated: Dr. jerry Butler, Perry Hill, Ed Adcockg Standing: John Harkins, Richard Owings.
Iohn Corbin and David Hubener fabovej were members of
the team that participated in the Northwest Louisiana State
Spring Invitational Debate Tournament, March 4 and 5, in
which Allen Iackson and Ed Adcock won first place.
"Resolved: That the Federal Government
'should adopt a Program of Compulsory Wage
and Price Controls." This was the national topic
that UALR debaters have been discussing this
year. The team attended several tournaments,
competing against major colleges and universities
in the South and VVest. The debaters were hosts
of the Intra-State Debate Rally on the UALR
campus, and attended an innovative contest in
Louisiana which featured "off-topic" debating.
UALR's fine tradition in debate was continued
this year by fourteen debaters who participated
in intercollegiate competition. A nucleus of ex-
perience and talent has been formulated for next
year's forensic competition due to the hard work
and success of this year's debate squad.
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and the Boys Band at the final show-down.
Right: Marcellus CDave Parrishl and "Shipoopil,'
The Young Wolf Uay Ionesl gets a helping
hand from Little Red Riding Hood fDebbie
Woolsj in the Childrens, Threatre Production.
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The University Theatre Guild began its fortieth year on
the UALR campus this fall with a very successful production
of "The Music Man". Formerly the Trojan Theatre Guild,
the UTG continues to promote the theatre at the University
level by participation in plays and their production. i'Danger-
ous Corner" was presented in the winter and in April "Little
Red Riding Hood" was performed for the Childrens Theatre.
"Look Homeward Angel" was the spring and final production
of the UTG. The UTC president is Angie Wooley, vice-
president is Bob Shivers, and secretary is Kim Hornby. Mr.
Clifford Haislip is the faculty advisor.
Front Row: Paula Smith, Mike Middleton, Donna Brown, Steve Shofner, janet
Harwellg Second Row: Claudia Phillips, Mary Reinhardt, David Kaufman, Bob
Shivers. Margaret Carnerg Third Rmu: Ioe Carner, Rusty Frnse, Carolyn Curry,
Cliff Haislip, fSponsorjg Jay Jones: Back Row: Tim Richards, Carey Brennan,
Shari Yeargain, Gary Suggs, jim Gibbons.
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Front Row: Lexie Sullivan. Cherry DeMuth, Marsha Fakouri, Gail Hale, Kathy
Cooper, Patricia Munns, Kathy Fowler, Middle Row: Mrs. Stella Smith, Mrs.
Dorothy Sawatski, tAdvisorQ: Ann Norton, Janice Townsend, Ann Rice: Back
Row: Elizabeth Berg, Rita Robinson, Marsha Cole, Peggy Thomas, Virgie Callahan.
Front Row: Earl W. Norton, John Norrell, Billy R. Butler, Marshall Townsend,
Middle Row: Greg Lyle, Tommy Sproles, George Starks III, David jurgerson, Dale
Adamsg Back Row: Ronald Boswell, Advisorjg Mike McCarroll, Carlos Summers.
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Sigma Alpha Iota strives to raise
standards of productive musical works
among women students of colleges.
The first activity of the Epsilon Tau
Chapter, which was founded on the
UALR campus last spring, was a Taste-
A-Rama, or tasting luncheon, to ac-
quaint the campus with the new or-
ganization. The UALR chapter serves
as usherettes for various school activi-
ties and concerts. The members gave a
reception for Miss Gail Robinson,
Metropolitan Opera coloratura, when
she performed for UALR in the spring
of 1970. This fall the chapter held a
style show and Christmas Bazaar on
the campus. Lexie Sullivan is presi-
dent, Ann Rice is vice-president,
Marsha Cole is secretary, and Virgie
Callahan is treasurer. The faculty ad-
visor is Mrs. Dorothy Sawatski.
Kappa Kappa Pa'
Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary fra-
ternity for college bandsmen, pro-
motes the existence and welfare of the
college and university bands. Kappa
Kappa Psi honors outstanding bands-
men through the privilege of member-
ship extended as a reward for technical
achievement. The fraternity provides
a pleasant and helpful social experience
for all engaged in college band work.
This year the fraternity was active in
the "Toys for Tots" Campaign, held
the region Junior High School Band
Clinic, and secured blazers for the
UALR Concert Band. Marshall Town-
send is president, Billy Butler is vice-
president, Arch Northcutt is treasur-
er, and Earl Norton is treasurer. Mr.
Ron Boswell is the faculty advisor.
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The Interpretation Society of Lit-
erary Arts was formed on the campus
this fall and has a very promising fu-
ture with the expanding Speech De-
partment. The society promotes a
greater understanding and apprecia-
tion of literature and the literary arts.
In addition to poetry and literature
programs presented to the public, the
society also hosts guest speakers on the
campus periodically, sponsors a speech
festival, and exchanges programs with
other colleges. The president of the
Interpretation Society of Literary Arts
is Jay Jones, vice-president is Dave
Parrish, and secretary-treasurer is
Angie Wooley. The faculty advisor is
Mrs. Sara Lockard.
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The UALR chapter of Phi Mu Al-
pha Sinfonia, honorary music fraterni-
ty, Was founded here in 1967 to foster
the mutual welfare and brotherhood
of students of music. Other purposes
of the fraternity are to advance the
cause of music in America, and to de-
velop true fraternal spirit among its
members. Pete Cooper is president,
David Harrison is vice-president and
Jerry Hatfield is treasurer. Dr. Ned
Dejournett is the faculty advisor.
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Front Row: Dave Parrish, jim Sharkey, Rusty Frase, janet Harwell, Terry Hain,
Betty Pennington, Pamela Owen, Fred Boosey, Mrs. Sara Lockard, fAdvisorj3
Back Row: Tim Richards, jay Jones, Angie YVooley, Edward Clark Gillespie.
Front Row: Marshall Townsend, David Harrison, Phil Hays: Middle Row: Danny
Johnston, Jen-y Hatfield, John H. james, Back Row: Dr. Ned Dejournett, QAdvisorj 1
UNI VERSI T Y CONCERT BAND
Front Row: Ron Boswell, Chris Di Giovanni, Steven Davis, Peggy Crow, Billy Butler, Allen Branton, Tim Sullivan, Second Row:
Deborah Martin, jerry Higginbotham, Steven Doerr, Marshall Townsend, john Norrell, David Jurgerson, Arch Northcutt, George
Starks, Tommy Sproles, Raymond Jones, Back Left: Carroll Sites, Back Right: Ronnie Bungcr, Major Marybelle Nissly, QDirectorj.
Left to Right: Sharon Baldwin, Pat YVafford, Don Harrison,
Debbie Stewart, Marsha Cole, Virgie Callahan, Raymond
Murray, Robert Thompson.
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Left to Right: Major Marybelle Nissly, Ron Boswell, Greg
Lyle, Carlos Summers, Peggy Crow.
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Front Row: Irene Forbes, Ronald Boswell, Dale Adanisg Back Row: Earl Norton Alan Bates Tim Sulhxan kenneth Dickson Druid
Jurgerson, Arch N01'lllCl1ll, Mary Drilling.
The UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND, composed of
both music and non-music majors, presents two concerts
each year, at Christmas and in the spring. The band is
under the direction of Major Marybelle Nissly. The BELL
CHOIR had an active year performing in the University
Christmas Concert, the University Faculty Wives Christ-
mas Banquet, Chamber of Commerce Christmas Serenade
for downtown Little Rock, Governor Bumpers' Inaugura-
tion, University Band Spring Concert, and the state organ-
izational meeting of Theta Sigma Phi. Major Nissly is the
Bell Choir director. The YVOODNVIND ENSEMBLE pre-
sented student recitals, performed at the Little Rock
Annual Arts Festival, and in the University Band Spring
Concert. The Woodwind Ensemble is directed by Major
Nissly. Members of the UALR STAGE BAND have ap-
peared in several concerts here at the University. They have
also given concerts at Philander Smith College and the Ar-
kansas Arts Center, and made appearances on television.
Mr. Ron Boswell is the director of the Stage Band.
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l,t-xie Snllixan, lilizabeth Ann Berg, Yirgie Callahan: Aims: Nancy Lyle, Marilyn Dickinson, Ann Rice, Kathy Fowler, Karen
Dillion, Iiarline Melton, Dana Hearn, Rita Robinson, Sharon Baldwin, Kathy Cooper, Pain XVright, Debbie Stewart, Peggy TIIOHIHSI
Tutors: Raymond Murray, Richard Hardin, Jerry Hatfield, Ronnie Bunger, Jim Spurges, David Harrison, Phil Hays, Tommy Callahan:
lif:.w.w,w: john Iames, Don Harrison, jim Gibbons, Marshal Townsend, Pete Cooper, jim Roberts, Terry Dennis, Mike Redd, Ruddy
Whitfield, Dr. Ned R. Dejournett, Director.
Choir Officers: Phil Hays, managerg
Marsha Cole, secretary: Virgie Calla-
han, vice-president: Marshall Town-
The UNIVERSITY CONCERT CHOIR is a select choral or-
ganization Which represents the Music Department and the University
through performances and concerts on and off the campus throughout the
year. The choir toured northern Arkansas this year and presented
i'Christmas Is . . a television program of Christmas music during
Christmas week. Dr. Ned Dejournett is the choir director. The
UNIVERSITY CHORUS, open to all students, provides an opportunity
to learn and sing choral music. The chorus joins the choir twice a
year to present a Christmas concert and a spring concert. The chorus is
also directed by Dr. Ned Dejournett. The MADRIGAL CHOIR is
a group of carefully auditioned voices that specialize in music of the Ren-
aissance. They have appeared before a number of church and civic groups
in Little Rock and furnished Christmas music in stores and banks of down-
town Little Rock. Dr. John Hughes is the director.
UNI VEIZSI T Y CHOI2 US
Front Row: Betty Lindsey, jackie XVilson, Shirley Ann Crain, Gail Delozier, Charlotte Sykes, Sandra Jones, Sharon MeSwain, Cherry
Demuth, Sue Davis, Nllllly McDonald, .llirlrllff Row: Mary Sue Bunch, Pat XVofford, Ann Rice, Shirley Curtis. Sherry Childers, Dollie
Elliott, Dolly Hastings, Chris DiGiovomii, janet Harwell, Anna Brown, Billie Hfatsong Back Row: David Rinehart, John Paul Taylor,
Kerry Brennan, David Wright, Mark Sparks, jim Roberts, john Miller, Steven Doerr, Gary Anderson, John Pierre Smith, Fred Nikpour.
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This year's sports program can only point to
great things to come. U.A.L.R.'s sports have a
bright present and future. The sports program is
in the process of a rebuilding program, with the
addition of swimming and gymnastics and with
more student participation will grow steadily.
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The Trojan basketball team had quite a re-
building job this year. The Trojans were helped
by three junior college transfers from Florida.
Coach Mahfouz can only look to a bright bright
future for this year's Trojan team. With more ex-
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The Trojans started this season Without a
gym to practice or play in but with extra effort
by the team this was overcome. l9'70 saw the ad-
dition of three junior college transfers from
Florida, who added more depth to the squad.
Experience came from returning lettermen: Greg
Winston, Tom Butler, Donnie Branscum and
Again the Trojans faced a tough schedule
playing such teams as Christian Brothers Col-
lege, Bellhaven College, and Southwestern.
jonny Walker drives on a tough
Belhaven defense, as teammate
Charlie johnson looks on.
Familiar faces on this seasons basketball team were returning lettermen
Greg Winston, Tom Butler, Donnie Branscum, and Steve Averitt
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one against Belhaven.
The Trojans improved with every game. John Walker, Charlie John-
son, and Ray Hollinger set the base for a team with a bright future.
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This year's Trojan Golf team was faced with a re-
building job. The team was led by four-year let-
terman Mike Sullivang three-year letterman Gene
Baleg and Eddie Bowen. Mike Sullivan proved to
be the most consistent Trojan on the links this
year. The State College meet was held at Little
Rock Air Force Base. The Trojan's biggest trip
of the year was May 5th through May 7th, when
they traveled to Memphis and Greenwood, Missis-
sippi to play matches.
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during one of his many practice rounds for the Trojan
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Steve Ralston in his first year with the Trojans added depth to the 1971 team.
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cluded a satisfying season last year win-
ning the NAIA District 17 singles and
doubles championships. Phil Mehlin,
All American, as a sophomore won the
singles title and teamed with Ray Tuck-
er for the doubles win. This season
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lin, David junkind, Ricky Smith, Steve Allison, Eddie Passini, John Marshell Davis, Mike Sanders, Ralph Tilley. Jimmie johnson, Don
Wlilliams. Second Row: Butch House, Danny Oury, Terry Bray, joe Lamb, Billy Bryant, Allen Bragg, Assistant Coach XV. Sisk.
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Allison watches teammate Don Lamb slide home
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fielded a fine team. The Trojans played above
500 percent all season. They are a young team
with all starters returning. Many of the returning
lettermen will only be sophomores. Next seasonis
prospects look very promising.
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In its first year of exist-
ence the U.A.L.R. Gymnas-
tics team made great prog-
ress. Under the direction
of Mrs. Powers they had an
encouraging year. Student
interest in gymnastics is be-
ginning to grow here at
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This year's U.A.L.R. Cheer-
leaders did a fine job of boost-
ing school spirit at basketball
games. After long hours of
practice and try-outs, the
Cheerleaders attended all bas-
ketball games to cheer the Tro-
jans to victory.
Cheerleaders: Corine Lewis, Ann Orme, and Beth Hervey are caught in the
middle of a cheer.
1970-71 Cheerleaders: Front Row: Shelia Hood and Terry Campbell. Back Row: Beth Hervey, Corine Lewis, Ann Orme,
and Nina Brooks.
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon: joe Drompp,
Pi Kappa Alpha: Cary Brown, Larry
Male chauvinist pigs unit.
The Interfraternity Council, com-
posed of representatives from the four
Greek fraternities on campus, is the
coordinating body for fraternity activi-
ties at UALR. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma
Nu, Kappa Sigma, and Sigina Alpha
Epsilon are the four fraternities repre-
sented by this organization. Challenge,
understanding, achievement, and in-
volvement are the ideals upon which to-
day's rapidly changing society needs to
perpetuate itself. These are the ideals
upon which today's fraternity is based
and these are the ideals which it offers
Sigma Nu: John Curtis, Kenny Crow
Kappa Sigma: Rick Carmichael, Craig Campbell,
Chi Omega: Martha Sawrie, Beverly
Bone Rhonda Fry
Kappa 4Kappa Gamma: Liz Goodwin,
Delta Delta Delta: Virginia Booker, Jeanine Clements
Pi Beta Phi: Kathy Baker, Ieanne Turnbow
We want equal pay, better working conditions, sex
ual freedom, no job discrimination . . . .
The Panhellenic Council is the
principal advisory and governing board
for the four national women's sororities
on the UALR campus. Each sorority
has two representatives on the Panhel-
lenic Council. The council realizes its
responsibilities to the college campus as
a social organization for setting and
maintaining high scholastic achieve-
ment as part of its program and a trophy
is given each year to the sorority with the
highest grade point average.
Yes, we believe in maintaining only the high-
est moral concepts and ethics becoming of
Now boys, we don't
Want no biting, scratch-
ing, hair-pulling or any
made about someones,
I have heard, that the Kappa Sigs drink too much, that the
Pikes are losers and that the SAES canit get a date. But
nobody even wants to talk about the Sigma Nus.
Pikes buy controlling interest in Consolidated
Edsel Products, SAE appears on the Tiny Tim
Amateur Hour, Kappa Sigs sponsor Dirtball in
the Annual Ozark Flaming-Dung-Stomp Contest,
Sigma Nus get busted for dropping aspirin in
cokes in the Student Uniong Kappas work in
Boy's Town over semester break, Pi Beta Phis
write book entitled "The Sensuous Co-Edn, Tri
Deltas have twelve members sign professional
Hockey contracts, Chi Omegas sponsor a Parade
of the Unspoiled.
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V gif? There is no Pie
. .1 like Pi Beta Phi!
These guys are rude, crude, gross,
social deviants, sex maniacs, ani-
mals and they are just GREAT.
What you see, is what you get!
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After bein colonizdhliifqfor a ear, E silon Phi
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Chapter of Alpha Sorority, Inc.,
officially received October 23, 1970.
Alpha Kappa for the better-
ment of Epsilon
Phi Chapter iiiii projects in
order to for the needy.
This year's itit has been a Pre-
Thanksgiving was collected
and distributed to sevegiiflocal needy families.
President .............. .-- -H Gloria Willis
lst Vice-President .... ..aa S heila Hood
2nd Vice-President .... ......., S ybil Casey
Recording Secretary ....aa.. Cheryl Thompson
Corresponding Secretary ..,.a Clarice Williams
Treasurer aaaaa......... Y-- Rita Robinson
The Thanksgiving food drive was a bi
Mary Katherine Gould
Aren't you glad you used dial, donit you Wish everyone did.
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Gamma Zeta chapter of Chi Omega had a very
successful year starting off by winning first place
in the annual Aulsing for the third year in a row.
Glenda Cale, Janet McLemore, and Beverly Bone
were Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Wo1nen's
Senators, respectively. Beth Hervey was elected
as Trojan Cheerleadefglyp-Bonny Bone, Jane Ben-
nett, and Glenda ieie selected for Who's
Who. Cardinal Key members were Bonny Bone,
Jane Bennettyjanet Mclaemore, Mary Katherine
Gould, jerriel rqtp Farmer, pps and Martha..Sawrie. Mar-
tha Sawrie ieni Kappa Vice-
President. At Christrnasyfthey sponsored a Christ-
mas Cozy Dance. Foriithe Christmas Kindness,
the Chi Omegas sang and gave a party for the
ladies at the Ada Thompson Home. At Valentine's
the patients at the Children's Hospital were given
a party. The Fall Pledge class sponsored the Dat-
ing Game in February. The high point of the
year's activities came with the annual Chi Omega
Carnation Ball held late in March.
President .........-...... ..-.. J ane Bennett
VICC-Presldent a...............G, Bonny Bone
Secretary .....c................. Carol Vick
Treasurer .-.-.....a,. ...a,v.. J errie Farmer
President ...........aB,.ae... Martha Sawrie
Vice-President W..a..... Mary Katherine Gould
Secretary .f.aaa.,e.....aB,aB,. Susan Switzer
Treasurer ....e,a,..aaY....... Laura Carroll
The female lib movement has true
Kappa Kappa Gamma
As Kappa Kappa Gamma entered its second
century as a national fraternity, Epsilon Theta
Chapter at UALR entered into another busy and
successful year. At the Centennial Convention in
French Lick, Indiana, Epsilon Theta won the
Finance Award given to the chapter exhibiting
the most efficient financial management. Select-
ed into "Who's Who In American Colleges and
Universities" were Ann. Bledsoe, Phillis Laven-
der, and Cathy Owen.1,Cardinal Key members are
Phillis Lavender, rOwen, Margaret
Williams, and Pam NVilliamsgySarah Jane Moseley
and Margaret selected for Phi
Theta Kappa. TheiFallrf5l?iledge Class entertained
the children in the Catholic Children's Home as
their project. They also sponsored the annual
Christmas party for a group of neighborhood
children. The climax of the year's activities came
in February with the annual Sweetheart Formal
presenting the Fall Pledge Class and naming Jim
Greenwald as Kappa Sweetheart. The Kappas
also attended the Province Convention held in
late April in Dallas, Texas.
President ....,a ...., .....a C 21 thy OWCH
Vice-President --- -- Melanie Bradford
Secretary -H LL.. .,,,.. P am Williams
Treasurer aa.. LLLLLL.. S arah Jane Moseley
President ..a,,.M. ......a M argaret Williams
Vice-President .... La.. S arah Jane Moseley
-Secretary LLLL -LLL Melanie McCool
Treasurer LWL, ---La Caroline Cook
This is the house that Cod built.
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This is a picture of Sister Owen Winning the shot put in the
NCAA indoor invitational meet.
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The past year was filled with rewards and
growth for Arkansas Beta Chapter of Pi Beta
Phi. Pi Phis held their annual Presentation
Dance in November and presented the fourteen
members of the Fall Pledge Class along with the
newly initiated Spring Class.
The Pi Phi pledges along with the Sigma Nu
pledges gave a HalloweQ2Party for the children
at the Methodist Home. An annual
Christmas Party was with several ex-
change parties, the a surprise break-
fast in April. On Founder's Day was
celebrated with Little iiit ock alumnae members
at Trapnall Hall. if
Kathy Baker was named Kappa Sigma Sweet-
heart. The Chapter was pleased to have last
year's Trojan Beauty, Shari Yeargain, among its
members. janet Harwell appeared in both The
Music Man and Dangerous Corners while Debbie
Wools had the lead in the Children's Theater
play, Little Red Riding Hood.
Fall if T
President ...... ..,. M ary Kathryn Holmes
Vice-President --- ...... Katherine Baker
Secretary .-a... ...C S hari Yeargain
Treasurer .... .......... J eanne Turnbow
President ...... .... M ary Kathryn Holmes
Vice-President .... ..,.....e S hari Yeargain
N-- Debbie Wools
--- Linda Bowman
Casey Jones was a train drivin,
rascal, He drove his train into a
Pi Phi ditch, he grabbed a 100 Pi
Phis and lined them against the
wall and swore that he would ....
This is a picture of our bunkin party at the Kappa Sigma
Last summer we worked in Boy's
Town and earned enough money
to redecorate our den.
Mary Alice Hamilton
Mary Kathryn Holmes
.Ion Marie Puryear
Delta Delta Delta as a group was very active
with service projects in the community as well
as on campus. The major project was sponsoring
the Miss Dogpatch U.S.A. pageant for Pulaski
County. Other services were sponsoring the Great-
er Little Rock Junior Miss Pageant in the fallg
visiting homes for the elderlyg placing second in
campus blood driveg and taking orphans trick-or-
treating on Halloween. Tri Delta is also sponsor-
ing a teenager from a local youth home. Individ-
uals in Delta Delta Delta are also serving their
campus. Carol McNeill was a student senator.
Virginia Booker Panhellenic Secretary.
Angela Wooley was UTC President. Claudia
Phillips was Vice President and Mary Reinhardt
President of Alpha Psi Omega. Virginia Booker,
Linda Wooldridge, and Judy Eudy were in Who's
Who. Agnes Ferriera and Jeannine Clements were
Trojan Beauties. Five Tri Deltas belong to Car-
dinal Key of which Virginia Booker is treasurer.
Highlights of the year are the annual Gold and
White Ball, Pledge Presentation Tea and Ex-
President na tttaatt Virginia La Grossa
Secretary --- .,,- u ------ M Debbi Avra
Treasurer -. ...t....iii..... ttit H arriet Nutt
Pledge Trainer Sc Chaplain -- Linda lVooldridge
House President gagttattttt Jeannie Clements
President --- ..at,aa Linda Wooldridge
Secretary aa- tttatat Paula Noto
Treasurer r.... .....,.. H arriet Nutt
Pledge Trainer M- ra.. Virginia La Grossa
House President --- ,..at Virginia Booker
WVe had 372, fewer dates last
The men of the Theta Eta Chapter of Kappa
Sigma carry on its rich tradition. Brothers Abra-
ham, Campbell and English were elected to Who's
Formal, Fiji Island and numerous other gather-
ings were again a complete success. Last but not
least, the Brothers restored true fame to "The
Pitcherw and 'AThe Ritz Cafe'
Master ......a.aH -M
Procurator aaaaa. -ma
Master of Ceremonies
Master tta. aa...att. - ar
an--- Tom Pryor
YW--- Bob Croft
Grand Procurator ..aaaaa. C Bob Croft
Grand Treasurer ..aaaaaa,.. aaa Harry Webb
Grand Master of Ceremonies ..aaaa.. Don Robb
aa- Richard Lynn
Welcome to the den of iniquity.
Sigma A527661 Epfzfon
Gentlemen, meet our fall pledge trainer, Miss Vickie-.
Arkansas Beta of Sigma Alpha Epsilon began
another year successfully by having two brothers
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Two Sig Alphas were chosen for YVlio's Wfho,
Ray Tucker and John Norrell.
President g,ggg, so T, Joe Droinpp
Vice-President ge- so s Paul Maines
Secretary ,MU gci.cc-g use Fred Osborne
Treasurer e T ees S S c geee Mike .-Xlsbrook
President gegeg. -get so be .- We S Bill Haynes
Vice-President gc- egegg Rick Darling
Secretary ecgc. - c eeeege Bob Halliday
Treasurer eee, -M Kim Hearnsberger
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E, S-A-E!
Commander --- ...............- -H Larry White
Lt. Commander ...d.,.....w Nathan Calhoun
Recorder .... .- ...d.. ----,-.-e,-u vndn Ken Crow
Treasurer .........,e........ Jim Bransford
Commander w.,.............., Randy Sybert
Lt. Commander .....,... .- ..., Bran McCarty
Recorder ..............,,d...e Larry Garner
Treasurer .........,ee..a.c,..e - Perry Carr
Actually, we really just want your
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L. D. Garner
it f it Robert YVebb
President ,B ! ....Y . ... B o b Barnett
Vice-President Ron Fulbright
Secretary U, f A,M.. .f.4 G ary Brown
Treasurer Wa ..........,, M- Pete Cooper
President .aaaa ........,aan... G ary Brown
Vice-President Richard Pope
Secretary ataa .... N Iilton Hall
Treasurer -W B--
And last but not least, Spiro
Agnew was a Pike pledge.
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All I can say is LAGNAF.
I use Ultra Bright but still carft get a date
Ice Blue Secret keeps you cool, calm, and collective
It's ten o'clock, do you know where your children are?
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speech at UALB.
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Cathy Owen answers judges' questions during Trojan beauty contest.
Dick Gregory was a hit with the
students during his talk.
SOME OF U5 BECAME INVOL VED
Mayor George Wimberly and Assistant Mayor Charles Bussey
carefully judge the Trojan Beauty Contest.
Hood and Tassel
This was the year of 'iChange!' . . . the new
parking lots . . . the constant hammering and
drilling noises which managed to make their way
into every classroom and library niche. . .
Bumpers won . . . Rockerfeller lost . . . the
political enthusiasm was campus Wide . . . the
college students from all over Arkansas influ-
enced the polls . . .
Five girls were chosen Trojan Beauty . . .
Dick Gregory, Sterling Cockrill, Dr. Bob Riley
and other speakers visited the U.A.L.R. campus
. . . 23 students were named to K'Who's Who . . .
Yes . . . some of us became involved!
First Row - Glenda Caleg Lexie Sullivan: Marylou Marting Second Row - Libby
Barnett: Danna Hearn.
First Row: Tonya Webb, Libby Barnett, Virginia Booker, Glenda Caleg Second Row:
Jane Bennett, Bonnie Bone, Martha Sawrie, Marylou Marting Third Row: Phyllis
Lavender, Terrie Gregory, Kathy Owen, Margaret Williams, Harriet Nutt, Kathy
Shubertg Fourth Row: jerrie Farmer. janet McLemore, Linda Wooldridge, Mary Gould.
H0041 and Tame!
Hood and Tassel stresses high scho-
lastic standards. Members are required
to be women who are in the upper 35
percent of their class, have completed
at least '78 semester hours, and belong
to three other campus organizations.
Among Hood and Tassel projects are:
ushering at school plays and having a
"Smarty party" for Women on Dean's
List. Sponsors are Mrs. Sue Pine and
Dean Barbara Taegel.
H0041 amd Tassel
Cardinal Key is in its third successful
year as a service organization. The or-
ganization is composed of Women of
junior status in American colleges and
universities who are leaders in the col-
Its purposes are to recognize achieve-
ments in scholarship and extracurricu-
lar activitiesg to advance personal
growth, patriotism and service by af-
fording training for leadership in the
college communityg and to develop
worthy character by applying the cardi-
nal virtues of living.
By IWW Member!
Katalia, a men's leadership colony,
recognizes outstanding young men on
campus in the areas of leadership and
scholarship. To be eligible for member-
ship he must have a 3 point grade aver-
age and hold offices in several organi-
zations. Besides being sponsor of the
annual awards assembly held each
spring, this year Katalia gave a mone-
tary gift to the Arkansas School for the
Blind which was used for recreation
Phi fi?Z76l Them Henan'
Tm Hilary fiudemf
The Iota Zeta chapter of Phi Alpha
Theta national honor society recognizes
the faculty and student members who
have distinguished themselves scholasti-
cally and show special interest in his-
tory. Student members are required to
have a 3.5 grade point average in his-
tory courses and have taken a minimum
of twelve hours in history.
KATALIA: First Row: Randy Gates, David Kaufman, Rudy Gates: Second Row:
Mr. Dixon, Mike Kaczka, Mike Sullivan, johnny Fisherg Third Row: Raymond Ivory
Tucker, Jimmy Bransford, Stuart Trent.
PHI ALPHA THETA: First Row: Sybil Smith, Rosalyn Halbert, Jarqneline Martin,
Peggy Thompson: Second Row: Mary Riegler, C. Fred Williams, Harold T. Smith,
T. Harri Bake: Third Row: Bill R. Simpson, jim Dudley, W. A. Owings.
PI DELTA PHI: First Row: Dolly Hastings, Mary Collier, Marylou Marting Second
Row: Rosalie Cheatham, Maryavis Parson, Carmen Puckett, Lucille Colaianni.
PHI THETA KAPPA: First Row: Glenda Cale, Cheryl Uyeda, Martha Sawrie, QVice
Presidentjg Rita Sugg, Beverly Boneg Second Row: Yuonne Burgess, Peggy Thompson,
Agnes Ferreira, QSCCTCIHTYJQ Mary Katherin Gould, joseph Lienhartg Third Row:
Jonathan Timm, fPresider1tj3 Danny Oury, Jimmy Bransford, Bill Simpson.
Pr' Delia Pb! Neizenel
Honor Freneb Feelernzbf
In its third year on the UALR cam-
pus, Epsilon Phi Chapter of Pi Delta
Phi, national honorary French fraterni-
ty, stimulated American appreciation
of the customs and contributions of
France and its people to World culture.
Along with Sigma Delta Pi, the mem-
bers sponsored the UALR Language
Phi Them Keppel SEZECII
Qbper Ten Percent Of
Phi Theta Kappa is composed of the
top ten percent of the freshman and
sophomore classes and is a local chapter
of the National Scholastic Honor So-
cieties of Junior Colleges. A student
must be enrolled for fifteenrsemester
hours to be considered eligible for
membership. An initiation banquet is
held each April to honor new members.
Qgmaz Della Pi Nazizbnazf
Honor .Sjbaznzkb F7'6ll'6WflZ.0f
Zeta Sigma chapter of Sigma Delta
Pi, now in its 3rd year, is a national
honorary Spanish fraternity. The mem-
bership is composed of students actively
enrolled in Spanish courses who have
maintained a "B" average and complet-
ed at least one literature course in
Spanish. A 2.75 average must be main-
tained in all other courses. Honorary
memberships are composed of profes-
sors of Spanish.
Sigma jggmaz Pfz'
Sigma Sigma Psi is a national frater-
nity for women physical education
majors. Requirements are: the students
must be of junior level status or higher,
attended UALR for more than three
semesters, and have a 3 point average
in the physical education fields. Organ-
ization projects this year included a
dinner and initiation for the new fra-
First Row: Larry Prince, QPresidentjg Reyda O'Dell, fSec.-Treasjg Rosalie Cheatham:
Second Row: Lucille Colaianni, Maryavis Parson.
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Nancy Frith, QFaculty Sponsorjg Kathy Owen, Phyllis Lavender, Betty Stephens, QFac-
ulty Sponsorj .
Sword amd fbzeld Honors fcbolmfzb Arbzevemenir
Sword and Shield is an honor organization for
juniors and seniors Whose membership is based
on scholastic achievement. Induction is held twice
a year, with selection from the 125 percent of
the senior class and upper five percent of the
junior class. Faculty Sponsor is Mrs. Billie Broach.
Row One: Debra Shannon, fSecre-
taryjg Danna Hearn, Glenda Cale,
Judith Baldwing Second Row: JoAnn
Cainpell, Mary Collier, Sybil Smith,
Mary Golleher, Peggy Thompson,
Third Row: Carolyn Curry, Maryavis
Parson, julie Walker, Margaret Vcatch,
QPresiden0g Fourth Row: Rudy ,
Gates, Larry Farmer, john Tebbetts.
Row One: Terrie Gregory, Susan Mashburn. Reyda O'Del1, Alowee Mashburn, Rosalyn Halbert, Lexie Sullivan, Billie Broach, jeanene
Dunhamg Second Row: Gary Detherage, Gary Rankin, John Fisher, Mike Sullivan, Robert Kreineyer, Wayne Silmong Not Pictured: Theresa
BUI16, Mary K. Gould, Mike Kaczka, Phillis Lavender, Marylou Martin, Ralph Murph, Rosalie Patton.
First Row: Claudia Phillips, David Kaufman, Steve Shofner, Mary Reinhardt, Second Row: Mike Middleton, Donna Brown, Bob
Shivcrsg Third Row: Carey Brennan, Cliff Haislip, QSponsorjg Carolyn Curry.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA is a National Honorary
Dramatic Fraternity which in itself is the high-
est goal a dramatic student may attain. Member-
ship qualifications are based on interest in the
theatre, work accomplished and also approval of
faculty. Cast officers are: Director, Mary Rein-
hardtg Stage Manager, Claudia Phillips and Busi-
ness Manager, David Parrish.
Drama isn't all bad with the right
Harwell, you evil
Music Man was a smash. It really did smash, all right
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Our stage crew. They could be called exceptional.
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Little Riding Hood-do you believe it?
Can Jay come outside and play Name it or Lose it?
I just get better looking every day
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SAM V. ABRAHAM, President, vice presi-
dent, social chairman Kappa Sigma, Young
Democrats , IFC representative, Junior Men's
Senator, and Dean's Counselor.
David Kaufman is not pictured.
DAVID BRIAN KAUFMAN - President,
sophomore class, president, University Theatre
Guild, Foreign Relations Club, Alpha Psi Omega,
recorder, Sigma Nu.
Eleven women and twelve men have been
named to the 1970-71 "Who's Who in American
Universities". The selections were made by facul-
ty and student organization presidents. The main
selection was based on the studentys participation
in college activities and future potential. Each
student was also evaluated for leadership, charac-
ter, and citizenship.
PHILLIS JACKSON LAVENDER - House
chairman, corresponding secretary, recording sec-
retary, second vice-president, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, WRA, Dean's List, Physical Education Ma-
joris Club, AEA, vice president, Sigma Psi,
Smea, and AAHPEIR.
MARGARET ANN BLEDSOE - Dean's
List, Dean's Counselor, president, secretaryg Phy-
sical Education Major's Clubg AAHPERQ activi-
ties chairman, pledge trainer, and second vice
president, Kappa Kappa Gamma, all intramural
all star 68-695 and publicity chairman, Newman
STUART A. TRENT - Vice president, stu-
dent bodyg president, Veteran's Association, Ka-
talia, secretary, Veteran's Associationg Alpha Del-
ta Sigmag Dean's Counselor, and President's
LINDA WOOLDRIDGE -
President, recording secretary,
corresponding secretary, publici-
ty chairman, Trident correspon-
dent, Delta Delta Detag Dick
Neal Scholarship, Dean's Counse-
lorg SNEA3 WRAQ President's
Councilg and Dean's List.
JOHN P. SELIG - AEA, AAH-
PERg president, Physical Education
Major's Club, student manager, bas-
ketball, baseball, swimming lifeguard,
official at state gymnastics meet, of-
ficial, Menls State AAU Basketball
Tournament, official, District 5A
High School Basketball Tournament,
delegate, Arkansas Education Associa-
tion meeting, delegate-elect, District
AAHPER convention, Letterman's
Club, Deanis List, Dean's Counselor.
CATHERINE LYNN OWEN - WRAQ SN-
EA, Amateur Athletic Union, AEA, AAHPERQ
lifeguard, Women's varsity tennis, Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Physical Education Major's Club,
Cardinal Key, Athletic Committee, Homecoming
Court, treasurer, Sigma Sigma Psi, Deanys List,
all intramural all star 68-69, Miss UALR Pag-
eant, Womcn's Intramural Student Director, and
president, marshal, activities, Kappa Kappa Gam-
RAYMOND IVORY TUCKER, JR. - Ka-
taliag varsity tennis, scholarship chairman, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club, Student Conduct
Committee, Dean's List, Dean's Counselor.
GLENDA ANN CALE - Phi Theta Kappa,
Sword and Shield, Dean's List, Dean's Counselor,
president, corresponding secretary, vocations
chairman, Chi Omega, Admissions Committee,
Cardinal Key, Senior W'omen's Senator, treasurer,
YAF Math Club, LRU Scholarship: lVho's lVho
in American Colleges and Universities. l969.
RICHARD XI. ENGLISH - President. Vice-
president, social chairman, rush chairnian, pledge
trainer, IFC representative, Kappa Signiag presi-
dent, vice-president, Circle K: Varsity debate
team, Creek editor, Trojan: Young Democrats:
and Presidents Council.
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Kappa Sigma, Young Democrats,
Deans Counselor: Presidents
Council, and IFC representative.
- President, vice-president,
pledge trainer, rush chairman,
JOHN L. NORRELL - Sigma Alpha Epsilon!
Kappa Kappa Psi, Freshman, Sophomore, junior
Men's Senator, Dean's Counselor, Psychology
Club, SNEAg Traffic Court, SAE Scholarship
JAMES FRANKLIN BRANS-
FORD - Dean's List, Dean's T
Counselor, Phi Theta Kappa,
junior Class President, treasurer, y
Sigma Nu, varsity freshman ten-
nis, and four year academic schol- i
JANE LOUISE BENNETT - Historian,
vice-president, Chi Omega, Dick Neal Scholar-
ship, Cardinal Keyg Dean's Counselor, Young
Democrats, SNEA, WRA, and Traffic Court.
EX LIBBY BARNETT - News Editor,
Associate Editor, Editor, Forum, Inter-
national Students Club, President's
Council, Dean's Counselor, president,
Hood and Tassel, president, Cardinal
Key, Delta Delta Delta Scholarship
l9'70-71, and Dean's List l967-70.
LARRY EDWARD FARMER - Phi Theta
Kappa, Sword and Shield, Newman Club, presi-
dent, Accounting Club, Dean's List, treasurer,
MICHAEL KACZKA -i President' Student Student Senate, and President's Council.
Senate, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pi Sigma Epsilon, New-
man Club, Young Democrats, intramural foot-
ball, game room assistant - 69-70, Dean's List,
Dean's Counselor, and Katalia.
BONNY CELESTE BONE - Secre-
tary, songleader, vice-president, Chi Ome-
ga, Scholl Art Scholarship Award, Dick
Neal Scholarship, WRA, Newman Club,
and Dean's List.
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VIRGINIA BOOKER - President,
house president, rush chairman, member-
ship director, Panhellenic delegate, Delta
Delta Delta, secretary, Panhellenic, Home-
coming Queen l967, cheerleader, captain,
co-captain, justice, Constitutional Court,
Nomination and Awards Committee, Car-
dial Key, Dean's List, Dean's Counselor,
LINDA JEAN MOREHART - Secretary,
Student Senate, Dean's Counselorg vice-president,
Cardinal Key, Ad Hoc Grievance Committee.
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Senator, Sophomore Women's Senatorg Junior
Women's Senator, john C. Mullins Scholarshipg
president, Alpha Delta SigmafGamma Alpha Chi,
cheerleader, pledge class treasurer, "outstanding
pledge class officer," treasurer, rush chairman,
Panhellenic delegate, activities chairman, pub-
licity chairman, Trident correspondent, pledge
mom, Delta Delta Deltag WRAQ Dean's List,
Dean's Counselor, Committee on Student Advise-
ment, Student Union Committee secretary,
Forum, and Cardinal Key.
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perhaps hels going to build some new dorms for us one day.
If this is Biology, I might be in the Wrong field
janet Keveryn gives her children individual help during her
The following pages contain the pictures ol
some of the inost important and niost valued
people on campus - the faculty. They hold with-
in their hands the key which unlocks the door to
knowledge. For this reason, the following pages
of this annual are dedicated to the 1970-71 faculty
of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. May
they always provide the best possible education
for the future students of U,-XLR as they have for
those of the past.
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Professor of Finance
Head of Finance Department
Associate Professor of Economics
Head of Economics Department
Instructor of Accounting
Associate Professor of Business Adm.
Instructor of Business Education
Instructor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Business E-d.
Assistant Professor of Economics
Playing with IBM cards is a favorite
pastime of business majors.
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GENE McCOY RUTH POWELL
Assistant Professor of Instructor of
Advertising Business Education
ROY SMITH ERNEST WHITE
Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor Accounting
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Professor of Business Administration
The main objective of this Division is to train
young people to find their place in the business
world immediately or, to prepare them to con-
tinue their education at the graduate level. The
importance of social responsibility and social ob-
jectives is stressed throughout the various courses
of the curriculum.
The Division is divided into the departments
of Accounting, Business Administration, Business
Education, Economics, Finance, Management and
Labor, and Marketing and Advertising. Each of
these departments offers major programs with the
exception of the Department of Business Educa-
tion which offers a minor only.
ln keeping with the modern trend, a growing
emphasis is being placed upon quantitative science
and its place in decision making. It is hoped that
this will improve the quality of our graduates
whether they go on to graduate school or enter
directly into business. INith this in mind. several
new instructors have been secured who have the
qualifications to work toward this objective.
Instructor of Nursing
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Head of Nursing Department
Assistant Professor of Biology
Assistant Professor of Biology
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The role of the Life Sciences has taken on add-
ed importance due to the increased national
awareness created in the areas of health and en-
viromnental sciences. The Division of Life Sci-
ences is involved with this transition.
One area of curriculum augmentation has in-
cluded programs of paramedical sciences. These
programs all are directed toward a Bachelor of
Science degree in health related areas. These are
offered in affiliation with several of the health a-
gencies in Arkansas as well as adjacent states. This
also demonstrates our awareness of community
responsibility as part of our total responsibility.
The Associate of Arts in Nursing Program of-
fers an area of specialization for which there is in-
Other expansion has involved addition of cur-
riculum materials dealing with man's role in the
natural enviromnent. This revised curriculum of-
fers a broader range of subject material for both
majors and non-majors.
Utilization of staff with these specializations
has also broadened the basis of the standard liberal
arts program within the division. This is still the
area which involves the major underlying em-
phasis of the divisional effort.
CLARENCE B. SINCLAIR Associate Professor of Biology
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Instructor of Nursing
.,, ROBERT L. XVATSON
Assistant Professor of Biology
Deep concentration is re-
quired when performing
experiments in the Chem-
'The Division of Physical Sciences and Mathe-
matics has Woven its program around the general
purposes of the university: instruction, research,
and community service. The division is composed
of four departments: Chemistry, Engineering,
Mathematics, and Physics. Of the three general
purposes the members of the division consider in-
struction is of the greatest importance. Emphasis
is placed on the utilization of a variety of methods
of presentation and experimentation is not con-
fined to the laboratory bench but is extended to
seeking new means of improving instruction. A
faculty committee Within the division has as its
function the investigation of current methods of
teaching and curriculum trends. Students advise-
ment, an integral part of quality instruction, is of
major concern to this committee.
The Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics de-
partments of the division offer Weekly senior sem-
inars which are open to not only departmental
majors but also to all other students of the Univer-
sity and to the public. ln addition to these semi-
nars special lecturers on astronomy, environmen-
tal science and other timely topics have been
Members of the staff are specially trained in
scientific research and many are actively engaged
in a variety of projects. As a result the staff has
been productive in publishing a large number of
articles in current scientific journals. The recent
addition of a Van de Graaff accelerator will pro-
vide additional opportunity for both staff and
student research participation.
Professor of Chemistry
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Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor of Physics
ROBERT CROMWELL .
Assistant Professor of Engineering
Head of Engineering Department
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Instructor of Chemistry
Instructor of Physics
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Tools of the trade in the Chem
Assistant Professor of Physics
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Instructor of Engineering
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Associate Professor of Physics A ZZA
Head of Physics Department i ', o' 1 f.!t ':I"
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
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Future scientists spend many long hours
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MARTHA BARBER Jor BROACH MARGARET CARNER JOSEPH GARNER CAROLYN GURRY
Assistant Professor of Art Instructor of Speech Assistant Professor of Speech Assistant Professor of Drama Instructor of Speech
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Although the Division of Fine Arts feel justly
proud of its faculty and staff, the curriculum offer-
ings are the immediately arresting feature of the
division. Within the division three degrees are of-
fered including eight majors and eleven areas of
concentration. Certification for teaching in the
public schools is granted in five areas.
Five faculty members of the Division of Fine
Arts hold an earned doctorate and two others have
completed all requirements and are writing their
Within the division there are several creative
and' performing artists. In the field of the visual
arts there have been numerous awards in exhibits
throughout the Mid-South. In the Music Depart-
ment the faculty is made up of virtually all per-
Students in the Division of Fine Arts receive
a varied preparation in their respective areas. In
each of the four departments QArt, Speech Com-
munications, Theater Arts, and Musicj students
are prepared to go to graduate school, assume po-
sitions teaching in the public schools, or obtain
positions of a performing or creative nature.
Professor of Music
Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama
Assistant Professor of Music
Assistant Professor of Art
Assistant Professor of Speech
Assistant Professor of Music
Assistant Professor of Art
Assistant Professor of Music
Professor of Music
Assistant Professor of Music
Many beautiful paintings are done
by UALR art students
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of Language
Assistant Professor of English
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The broad Division emphasis is upon develop-
ment of one's deeper appreciations and ability to
communicate them. Students in the several aca-
demic departments are encouraged to study the
literature utilized in their classes as the embodi-
ment of important thoughts and the ways of ex-
pressing them. This is true not only in English
and the several other languages but also in philoso-
phy, religion, and journalism.
The Division faculty has virtually doubled in
number in the past three years, with most addi-
tional personnel possessing the doctorate at this
time and teaching in areas of their respective
Literature courses in English, French, and
Spanish are progressively varied as the Division
grows. Philosophy courses are gradually expand-
ing to implement the major. Journalism courses
will be available in new areas in 1971-1972, and a
professional languages laboratory specialist will
give nearly full-time direction to that facility.
The faculty members manifest unusual
strength in their respective teaching fields, bring-
ing competence and challenging leadership to the
classroom. Class sessions are commonly informal
study and discussion periods.
Professor of Humanities
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Cooper Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Assistant Professor of Modern
Instructor of English
Assistant Professor of English
Associate Professor of English
Head of English Department
Instructor in English
Assistant Professor of Modern
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English
THOMAS H. BAKER
Associate Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History
Associate Professor of Political Science i"'
RICHARD GRIFFIN P '
Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Assistant Professor of Anthropology l"'
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The strength of the Division of Social Sciences
is in its faculty, now larger and better qualified
than ever before. At the beginning of the 1970-71
school year, seven new men and women joined the
Divisiong counting these, more than half of the
Division's faculty has come to UALR within the
last two years. About seventy-five per cent of
the faculty have doctorates, indicating their com-
petance and dedication to their academic dis-
Although many of the faculty are engaged in
research and publication, the members of the so-
cial sciences faculty consider teaching to be their
primary function. Each of the four departments-
history, political science, psychology, and sociol-
ogy and anthropology-devotes about half of its
classroom hours to survey courses at the freshman
and sophomore levels, serving virtually all UALR
students at any given semester.
The four departments have also increased the
number and variety of advanced courses, for
majors, minors, and other interested students.
The year 1970-'71 saw a marked increase in the
number of students taking upper-level courses
Within the Division.
Professor of History
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Professor of Political Science
Head of Political Science Dept.
W. A. OWINGS
Associate Professor of History
AGATON P. PAL
Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History
DAVID L. WOOD
Associate Professor of Psychology
Head of Psychology Department
Dr. Sherrill discuses history courses with
Professor of Education
Head - Dept. of Elementary Ed.
Instructor of P.E.
Associate Professor of P. E.
Head - Dept. of Physical Ed.
Instructor of Education
Assistant Professor of P.E.
Assistant Professor of P.E.
Assistant Professor of Ed.
BETTY IO STEPHENS
Assistant Professor of P.E.
Women's Tennis Coach
Assistant Professor of P.E.
Susie Adams, Dr. Berry,
Joyce Underwood, Kay
Sanders, Terrie Gregory,
and Janet Keveryn meet
to plan upcoming activi-
ties for A.C.E.
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Student teaching brings many enjoyable experiences.
The Division of Education seeks to unite and
correlate the resources of the University of Ar-
kansas at Little Rock which contribute to prepar-
ing students for professional service in the field of
teaching and other professional services. Another
aim is improvement of education in general by
providing consultative services, by engaging in
educational research, and by encouraging capable
young persons to enter the teaching profession.
Curricula are presented to provide: a
broad general education, QQD mastery of their
specialty, supplementary work to a student's
previous education, Qflj professional courses of
new learning processes, skills and teaching tech-
niques, and f5j actual student teaching under
experienced teachers. The various curricula are so
planned in elementary and secondary education
areas that the successful completion of any cur-
riculum by the student automatically fulfills the
requirements of the Arkansas Board of Education
for a teaching certificate.
The Division of Education is composed of the
following departments: Business Education, Ele-
mentary Education, Library Science, Physical Ed-
ucation, and Secondary Education.
Associate Professor of Ed.
fr, TOM G. TURNS
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Dr. Morgans gives advice on how to properly dissect an earthworm.
Microbiology requires many hours
of laboratory work.
Lynne Brister uses laughter to brighten up the childrerfs day as she does her student
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Coach Davis gives future golf pros special instruction.
The love of thirty children is just one of the fringe benefits
of student teaching, which Terrie Cre-gory seems to be
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Working an IBM machine is serious business.
I know its bound to be in there somewhere!
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of the board visit the Little Rock campus.
The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees are from left to right, front TOZUI Dr. David Mullins, John L. YVils0n R0 Ritter' 'ddl
row: Dr. Charles E. Kemp, Fred Pickens, Board Chairman D. P. Raneyg Dr. Preston Hathcock, Howard H. Horst' liack yrow' Geoml 15
Shankle, Board Secretary Fred S. Vorsanger, Robert E. L. Wilson, III and Robert Shults. , ' rge '
Dale L, Bumlom
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DR. JOSEPH C. BROWN, IR. DR. W. G. COOPER, IR. H. TYNDALL DICKINSON HAROLD ENGSTROM, IR
Vice President Physician President Engineer
Weyerhaeuser Company McGeorge Construction Co. Arkansas Foundry
The Board of Visitors attended many meetings at the campus.
Beetm' QI Wlvztm water jet betterment qi UALR
The UALR Board of Visitors, ever mindful
of the best interest of the University, is made up
of fifteen business and professional men who are
responsible for making policies and rules which
govern the institution. They Work in association
with the Board of Trustees.
ROBERT D. LOWRY
Chairman of the Board
National Old Line Insurance Co.
Vice-President and Treasurer
Sterling Stores, Inc. Investments
Ottenheimer Brothers Publisher
HUGH B. PATTERSON, IR.
JAMES H. PENICK, SR.
Chairman of the Board
W'orthen Bank and Trust Co.
LOUIS RAMSAY JOHN A. RIGGS, JR. HERBERT C. RULE, IR.
President President Secretary-Treasurer
Simmons National Bank I. A. Riggs Tractor Co. Manufacturers Furniture Co
CARL R. STOUT E. GRAINGER WILLIAMS EDWARD L. WRIGHT
Retired as Manager President Attorney
Alcoa Aluminum, Bauxite Williams and Rosen, Inc.
Chancellor q' Ike Umlfefffzly
DR. CAREY V. STABLER is this year com-
pleting fourteen years at UALR and his second
year as Chancellor of the University. Born in
Thorsby, Alabama, he received B.S. and M.A. de-
grees 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 "Greater Little Rock Man of the
Year" in l963, Dr. Stabler is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and is listed in "Whois Who in Amer-
Professional and civic activities are as follows:
Chairman, Board of Directors of the Little Rock
Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, l965-l96'7g
president of the Arkansas chapter of the United
Nations Association, 1964-l965g president of the
Little Rock Rotary Club, l965-66 and Fellow In-
ternational lnstitute of Arts and Letters.
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MR. NEYLAND HESTER is Assistant to the
Chancellor. He holds degrees from Roosevelt Univer-
sity of Chicago and Southern Methodist University. His
publications include MR. CHAIRMAN, a guide to
MR. ROY LEE HIGHT is Assistant Director of
Information and Placement. He is a 1962 graduate of
this institution and is a member of the American Col-
lege Public Relations Association and the Southwest
The Ojfbe qi Ike Cbmfzceffor
MRS. SUE PINE is Director of Information and
Alumni Affairs at UALR. 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
MISS PHYLLIS YOUNG is secretary to the Chan-
cellor, MRS. SUE ANN BEAVERS is secretary to the
Assistant to the Chancellor, and MRS. MARY ANN
O'DONELL is secretary to the Director of Information
and Alumni Affairs.
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MRS. SUZAN HIGI-IT is
secretary to the Assistant to the
Vice Chancellor for Academic
Affairs and MRS. SUE AIST is
secretary to the Vice Chancellor
for Academic Affairs.
DR. JAMES H. FRIBOURGH serves as Vice Chancellor for
Academic Affairs. He is listed in "Who's Who in the South and
Southwest", "Leaders in American Science", "Who's Who in Ameri-
can E.ducation", and "Arkansas Lives". Dr. Fribourgh became Vice
Chancellor of Academic Affairs in September 1969, after serving as
Chairman of the Division of Biological Sciences.
Dr. Fribourgh is a vestry member of the Episcopal Church and
a member of the Ouachita Girl Scout Council. He has published
numerous articles in professional journals, particularly in the areas
of fish culture and emphryological basis of behavior.
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MR. CHARLES E. LaMAR is Assistant to the Vice
Chancellor for Academic Affairs, having previously
served as counselor, psychometrist and instructor in psy-
His degrees were received from Baylor University.
He serves as Director of the Evening Division, Director
of LRAFB Education Program and as coordinator of
continuing education program.
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MR. BURL XVESTLAKE is the UALR Account-
ant responsible for preparing all financial records and
accounting reports. He holds the B.S.B.A. from UALR.
MR. F. L. ROBINSON, Vice Chancellor for Fi-
nance has served on the UALR adniinistrative staff
for fourteen years. He holds degrees from State
College ol' Arkansas and the University of Arkansas
and is listed in "YVho's YVho in American Educa-
tion" and "lVho's H7110 in Commerce and ln-
Mr. Robinson is a member of the advisory coun-
cil, Student Union Board and Commencement
Community activities include Rotary Club, Board
of Stewards of the Methodist Church and treasurer
of UALR's lVesley Foundation Board.
Ojfbe qf Ike Wh? Chancellor for Hmmae
MR. LGUIS DUELMER is UALR's Purchasing
Agent. He is a graduate of State College of Arkansas.
MR. EDWIN KREMERS is the Junior Accountant
at UALR. He is a graduate of Arkansas Tech.
Office qf Ike Wbe Cbamcellor for Emma
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stzmcling, MRS. CLARA STALEY, clerkg MRS. PAM HERD, secretary to the Purchasing
Agentg MRS. EMMA HOLDER, accounts receivable clerkg MRS. NIARILEE BREXVER, accounts
receivable clerk: MRS. LINDA SENN, secretary to the Vice Chancellor for Financeg MRS.
GLORIA XVROTEN, bookkeeperg MRS. SANDY TARKINGTON, switchboard operator.
- LR's Director of Security.
MR. JULIUS SMITH is UA-
Ojjiee qi finden! Personnel fenfzeef
MR. JERRY D. CORLEY is completing his first
year as Dean of Students and his sixth year at UALR.
He serves as Director of Testing, Instructor of Teacher
Mr. Corley is a native of McLeod, Texas and re-
ceived his degrees from Kilgore Junior College and
East Texas State University.
Professional memberships include American Per-
sonnel and Guidance.
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MRS. SYBIL ROBINSON is completing her third
year at UALR as Director of Student Aid. A graduate
of State College of Arkansas, she administers all pro-
grams of loans, grants and part-time employment.
Mrs. Robinson has served as president of the UALR
Faculty Wives Club and is active in Delta Kappa
Gamma and Phi Mu Alumnae Club.
Office Q! finden! Pmonnel farmer
Working in the Student Personnel Office
are: MRS. DORIS SHARP, secretary to the
Personnel Deans: MRS. NITA ALLEN, secre-
tary-receptionistg MRS. DOROTHY MERGEN-
SCHROER, secretary to the Director of Student
Dean of Men, MR. HENRY AKINS is completing
his first year at UALR. He serves as Director of Test-
ing and International Student Advisor. He is chairman
of Fraternity Relations and advisor to the Interfra-
He received his degrees from Philander Smith
College and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
Professional memberships include Arkansas Educa-
tion Association and National Education Association.
MRS. BARBARA TAEGEL is the Dean of Worn-
en and Assistant Professor of Physical Education.
Mrs. Taegel is sponsor of the Student Senate, Pan-
hellenic Council, and is on the following committees:
Women's Fraternity Relations and Student Affairs.
Dean Taegel is a member of National Association
of Women's Deans and Counselors, Arkansas Personnel
and Guidance Association and Arkansas School Coun-
Office 0f Ike R6gZlVl7f0Z7f
DR. DUDLEY S. BEARD has been UALR's Regis-
trar for thirteen years. He is a native of Mt. Vernon,
His degrees were earned at Millsaps College and
the University of Mississippi.
In addition to serving as Pi Kappa Alpha frater-
nity advisor at UALR, Dr. Beard serves as a member
of the Curriculum and chairman of Admissions com-
mittees and as the UALR golf coach.
He is past president of the Arkansas Association of
Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Office-rs.
Working in the Office of the Registrar are: MRS. MARY ALYCE ORAHOOD, secretary
to the Registrarg standing: MRS. KATHY VAN HOOK,
RISON, recorderg MRS. LORETTA DUCKER, clerkg
admissions clerkg MRS. GIGI MOR-
MRS. LINDA WELLS, transcript
clerkg MRS. ANNETTE WATSON, clerkg MRS. DIANE GIBSON, receptionist-recorder.
MR. JAMES A. ALLEN is completing his sixth
year as Director of the Library. He was formerly asso-
ciated with Louisiana College at Pineville and LSU
Library, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
He is a native of Alexandria and a graduate of
Louisiana State University.
At UALR he is Chairman of the Faculty Library
Professional memberships include the American
Association of University Professors, American Library
Association, Arkansas Library Association, and South-
west Library Association.
IfVorking in the Library are: left to right, MRS. MARY KATHERINE STURGEON, MRS-
FAYE HUCKABEE, AIRS. KATHY ESSARY, INIRS. C.-XROLYN HUGHES, AIRS. FRANCES
CANTIVELL, AIRS. SANDRA AIORRIS, MRS. NIARGARET BIUSER and NIR. RICHARD
The computer center is a service depart-
ment to the campus. Time is provided for stu-
dents enrolled in the "Introduction to Com-
puters" class to run their programs and some p
faculty members have begun to utilize the cen-
ter for programming.
PHIL ORAHOOD serves as Director of Data Pro-
JAMES XVOOD is a Computer Operator, CHARLENE ROGERS is Keypunch Supervisor, and PATTI
HOOD is a Computer Operator.
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UALR. Dr. Edwin Duckworth is head of the
center. It is open to all students and deals with
academic and personal problems. In addition the
center helps students who are transferring to
UALR from another school. The Center evalu-
ates and administers entrance tests given to en-
DR. EDWIN DUCKIVORTH is Director of the
Counseling Center and Assistant Professor of Psychol-
ogy. He received his Ph.D. from the University of
Missouri at Columbia.
MISS CORA WILLIAMS is a Counselor at the
MRS. MAYBETH JOHNSTON is the Bookstore
Manager. She attended Little Rock Junior College and
graduated from the University of Arkansas. She is a
member of the Student Union Board and serves as
Delta Delta Delta advisor.
Bookstore clerks are: PAT GARRETT, HAZEL MCATEE, and STUART TRENT.
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MRS. VELDA MELVILLE is serving her tenth
year as Director of Food Services. As such she coordi-
nates the snack bar and cafeteria programs. Mrs.
Melville is a member of Student Union Board.
MRS. RUTH AGAR is the nurse here at UALR.
' BOB ARRINGTON is the Student Union Super-
visor. He is a 1970 graduate of UALR.
And a security pass is 21 necessity.
Dean Akins talks it over.
There's always the picture for FBI files
Nurse Agar was the woman behind the Red Cross
Our efficient staff is waiting to serve you.
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Stephen L. Cumnock
Leslie Anne Dale
Helen Jane Dean
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VVomen's Senator, and Sam Abraham,
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s .lean Welchar
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Larry L. Bledsoe
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james R. Campbell
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Libby Barnett and Linda Morehart
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Hoyle G. Freeman
Wanta rally at my place?
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Terry Graves, jr.
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Jerry Don Pittman
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Charles Reaves, jr.
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Mary Ellen Young
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Paul T. Lovett, Sr.
Death, be not proud, though some have called thee
Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so,
For those whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow
Die not, poor Death, nor yet canst thou kill me.
From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be,
Much pleasure, then from thee much more must flow,
And soonest our best men with thee do go -
Rest of their bones and souls' delivery!
Thou'rt slave to fate, chance, kings, and desperate men,
And dost with poison, war, and sickness dwellg
And poppy or charms can make us sleep as well
And better than thy stroke. Why swell'st thou then?
One short sleep past, we Wake eternally,
And Death shall be no more: Death, thou shalt die.
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Agar, Bain, 215
Aiar, Sire, 2011
Alcins, H. D., 209
Allen, James, 211
Allen, Juanita, 209
Arrington, B. C., 215
Baker, T. Harri, 186
Barber, Martha, 182
Beard, Dudley, 210
Beard, Winston C., 174
Beavers, Sue A., 203
Berry, Rana, 188,189
Boswell, Ronald 64,65,72
Bowie, Lloyd W., 175
Brady, Marylyn J., 184
Braaah, Billie, 140,179
Braaali, J ay, 182
Broach, Wilson J., 178
Butler, James F., 174
Cantwell, Frances, 211
Carlile, Melinda S., 204
Carner, Joseph N., 182
Carner, Margaret D., 182
Colaianni, Lucille, 138,139,184
Coleman, Lawrence, 179
Cooper, Grant, 186
Corley, Jerry D., 208
Cromwell, Robert A., 179
Faculty Sr Staff Index
Curry, Carolyn, 140,141,182
Davis, Marshell, 188,192
Dean, Judith, 176
Dejournett, Ned R., 73,76,77,183
Dixon, Richard B., 137,186,211
Donald, Roslyn S., 184
Ducker, Loretta, 210
Duckworth, Edwin, 213
Duelmer, Louis, 206
Dyer, George, 186
Eberly, Ralph D., 185
Edgington, Cecil A., 185
Essary, Kathy, 211
Evans, William F., 176
Ewing, Lorraine, 174
Ferguson, Dale V., 176
Fleming, Emily S., 179
Francis, Eleanor, 185
Fribourgh, James H., 204
Frith, Nancy, 139
Frothingham, R., 185
Fulmer, James R., 179
Gibson, Diane, 210
Gardner, Janet K., 179
Gran, William Ei., 61,179
Grant, Bonnie R., 176
Griffin, Richard W., 186
Hadley, Bedford K., 186
Haislip, Clifford, 141,183
Hall, James R., 188
Harbison, Charles H., 179
Hardie, Katherine J., 186
Hardy, Benjamin A., 69,174
Hefner, Dale, 174
Hegwood, Vivian, 188
Heidt, Gary A., 176
Herd, Pam, 204
Hester, Neyland, 202
Hight, Roy L., 202
Hodges, Howard R., 179
Holder, Emma, 207
Huckabee, Faye, 211
Hughes, John, 182
Hughes, Katherine, 211
Johnston, Maybeth, 214
Johnston, Robert E., 187
Jones, Cameron D., 185
Jones, Jo Ann, 174
Joshlin, Estell, 207
Kaye, Jonas, 187
Kessler, Warren H., 183
Keys, Marilynn, 185
Kremers, Edwin, 206
LaMar, Charles E., 204
Ledbetter, Cal Jr., 187
Littlefield, Daniel, 185
Lockard, Sara K., 73,183
Mahfouz, Happy, 188
Martin, lnez, 174
Mathews, Johnye E., 185
Mattox, Cleo B., 174
McCoy, Gene G., 68,175
McGee, Jr., Newman, 188
McGuire, John B., 188
Melville, Velda, 215
Mercer, Chester, 174
Mergenschroer, Dorothy, 209
Morgans, Leland, 176,191
Morris, Sandy, 211
Morrison, Gigi, 210
Moser, Margaret B., 211
Munson, Alice A., 185
Nash, Annette, 213
Nissly, Marybelle J., 614
O'Donell, Mary A., 203
Ogden, Benni S., 177
Orahood, Mary Alyce, 210
Owings, W. A., 136,187
Pal, Agaton P., 187
Parson, Maryavis, 138,139,185
Perryman, Wlilliam, 183
Pine, Sue, 203
Powell, Ruth, 175
Prior, Richard M., 180
Robinson, F. L., 205
Robinson, Sybil T., 208
Rogers, Ida R., 183
Ross, Frances, 187
Rushing, Elizabeth J., 185
Sawatski, Dorothy, 72,183
Senn, Linda, 207
Setliff, Frank L., 180
Sharp, Doris, 68,209
Sherrill, Peter T., 187
Sinclair, Cl arence , 177
Smith, Harold T., 1'87
Smith, Julius, 207
Smith, Roy D., 67,69,175
Staley, Clara R., 207
Stephens, Betty J., 139,188
Stephens, Howard G., 189
Sturgeon, Mary C., 211
Tadloclc, Bin C., 67
Taegel, Barbara, 209
Tarkington, Sandra, 207
Tolbert, Robert N., 180
Torbett, John F., 188
Turns, Tom G., 189
Urbantke, Hugh E., 67
Van Hook, Kathy, 210
Veatch, Margaret, 67,68,140
Walsh, Bart, 185
Warmack, Donald L., 183
Warmack, Margaret, 183
Warren, Maxine A., 189
Watson, Annette, 210
Watson, Robert L., 177
Wells, Linda M., 210
Westlake, Jr., J. B., 205
Weyres, James B., 180
White, Ernest H., 175
Williams, Cora H., 213
Wold, Donald C., 180
Wood, D. Louis, 187
Woolard, Harold, 184
Wroten, Gloria, 207
Yang, Dominic, 180
Young, Phyllis A., 203
Abbott, Gary, 248
Abercrombie, Lee, 248
Abraham, Samuel, 158,230
Abrahams, Henry, 220
Abrams, Mae, 239
Abrams, Tredwell, 248
Adams, Dale, 248
Adams, Ellen, 230
Adams, Suzzanne, 189
Adcock, Edward, 239
Akers, Patsy, 248
Albey, James, 248
Albion, Goppy, 248
Alexander, Nielda, 230
Alexander, Valerie, 248
Allen, Joyce, 230
Allen, Lieela, 243
Allison, Steve, 248
Alsbrook, Joseph, 248
Altheimer, Rowan, 248
Alyie, Terry, 230
Anderson, Rick, 55,239
Anderson, Dudley, 248
Anderson, Gary, 58
AndreWS, Janice, 248
Andrews, Rey, 67,230
Anhalt, Ann, 230
Anthony, Clyde, 239
Appelhans, Gerald, 239
Ard, Patricia, 248
Armstrong, Annette, 248
Armstrong, Stephen, 230
Arnold, Shirley, 248
Arnold, Wayne, 248
Arroyo, Irma, 230
Asbury, Ronald, 220
Ashcraft, Edmond, 239
Ashcraft, James, 239
Ashton, Ronald, 248
Atchison, Deborah, 239
Ault, Julius, 248
Ault, Katherine, 248
Averitt, Dottie, 239
Babb, Martin, 298
Baber, John, 230
Baer, Michael, 248
Bailey, George, 248
Bailey, Lee, 53,239
Bailey, Mena, 243
Bailey, Robert, 243
Bailey, Vivian, 243
Bake, Harri, 137
Baker, Clyde, 230
Baker, James, 248
Baker, Marion, 248
Baker, Richard, 248
Baker, Robert, 239
Baker, Mark, 220
Baldwin, Sharon, 76,248
Bale, Gene, 68
Ball, Howard, 248
Ballentine, Larry, 248
Barengasser, Joseph, 230
Barker, George, 239
Barnes, Betsy, 220
Barnett, Libby, 54,136,16f-3,220,240
Barron, Elizabeth, 239
Barrow, Ted, 239
Barry, Patricia, 220
Bass, Jackson, 239
Bates, Mickey, 239
Bates, Thomas, 239
Batterton, Theresa, 248
Battistone, Frank, 248
Bauer, Ralph, 67
Beardsley, Robert, 248
Beasley, Glenn, 239
Bell, Linda, 58
Bennett, Ann, 230
Bennett, Danny, 220
Bennett, Jane, 136,162
Bennett, Otis, 230
Bennitt, Bob, 203
Benton, Tim, 220
Benton, Peggy, 61,249
Berg, Elizabeth, 72,76
Berry, Jerry, 249
Berrt, Robery, 249
Best, Allen, 239
Bettis, Randy, 249
Beutler, Roger, 230
Binz, Joseph, 69,230
Binz, Larry, 220
Birch, Robert, 67,230
Bishop, Aileen, 220
Bishop, Paulette, 249
Bittle, Theresa, 140
Bittner, Rebecca, 249
Bizzell, Lynda, 249
Blair, Douglas, 220
Blake, Marsha, 249
Blanks, Jimmy, 239
Blann, Nancy, 249
Blaylock, Karen, 249
Bledsoe, Bettie, 249 i
Bledsoe, Larry, 239
Bledsoe, Margaret, 159
Bledsoe, Nichole, 230
Blevins, Michael, 239
Bobo, Charles, 58
Bode, David, 249
Bodie, Kathleen, 239
Bodishbaugh, Timothy, 230
Bodkalls, Andrew, 249
Boeckmann, Elizabeth, 249
Boehning, Steve, 220
Bohart, Williams, 249
Bohn, Daniel, 249
Bolding, Royce, 220
Bolick, David, 67,230
Bolick, Margaret, 230
Bolton, Gordon, 249
Bolton, James, 67,230
Bone, Bonny, 136,164
Bondurant, Richard, 69,260
Bone, Beverly, 138
Booker, Virginia, 136,164
Boosey, Fred, 73
Bornaschella, Gaetano, 249
Boshears, Carla, 249
Bosshart, Fred, 220
Boswell, Daniel, 69,220
Bottoms, Rodney, 249
Bousquet, Kenneth, 58
Bowie, Lindy, 249
Bowman, James, 220
Bowman, James L., 249
Bowman, Linda, 239
Bowman, Quentin, 220
Boyd, John, 220
Boyer, Daniel, 239
Bradford, James, 249
Bradford, Melanie, 230
Bradham, Vicki, 249
Branscum, Donnie, 220
Branscum, John, 249
Bransford, Jimmy, 137,138,162,220
Bratcher, Michael, 249
Brawner, Carol, 220
Bray, Terry, 61
Breathett, Ethel, 249
Bredlow, Barbara, 249
Breexe, Cheryl, 249
Brennan, Carey, 141
Bridges, Erma, 220
Bridges, Sharon, 249
Brister, Lynn, 190,221
Brixey, William, 249
Broach, Bill, 140
Broadnax, Beverly, 230
Broadway, Brenda, 249
Brockman, Deborah, 68
Brodt, Todd, 249
Brook, Bill, 231
Brookings, Carol, 239
Brooks, Bruce, 58,240
Brooks, Nena, 249
Brooks, William, 240
Brown, Anna, 239
Brown, Donna, 141
Brown, Donna, 239
Brown, James, 67,69,221
Brown, Karen, 249
Brown, Omita, 249
Brown, Randy, 249
Brown, Terry, 249
Brown, Vicki, 239
Browning, Thomas, 231
Broyles, Ricky, 249
Brumback, James, 221
Brumett, Martha, 244
Brummett, Stan, 240
Bullock, Stephen, 240
Bunch, Janice, 240
Bunch, Mary, 56,77,240
Bunger, Bonnie, 76,221
Burbage, Edward, 240
Burgess, Yvonne, 138,240
Burnett, Hosie, 249
Burns, Mary, 249
Burton, Linda, 249
Burton, Timothy, 240
Butler, Gerald, 68
Caddy, Charles, 240
Cagle, Cathey, 249
Caldwell, James, 249
Cale, Glenda, 136,138,140,161,221
Callahan, Virgie 72,76,77,240
Callaway, Thomas, 76
Campbell, Craig, 161
Campbell, James, 240
Campbell, Joann, 140,221
Campbell, Terri, 231
Canady, Connie, 249
Carlton, Steven, 231
Carmichael, Rickey, 231
Carpenter, Darrell, 240
Carpenter, Gary, 68
Carpenter, Larry D., 249
Carter, John B., 249
Carter, Mary G., 221
Carter, Stanley A., 249
Carver, Brenda K., 249
Casey, Sybil D., 231
Cato, Judy L., 249
ichael A., 249
Donna R., 250
Kenneth A., 250
Cheatham, Paul W., 231
Cheatham, Rosalie, 138,139
Crain, Shirley A., 231
Crawford, Eleanor P., 58,222
Crawford, Rebecca C., 250
Crews, Taylor, 250
Crisp, Carlos L., 231
Croft, Robert T., 231
Crook, William H., 222
Croom, Wallace, 250
Crott, Douglas, 250
Crouch, John A., 250
Crouse, Reggie N., 250
Crutchfield, William K., 250
Cummings, Miriam C., 231
Cumnock, Stephen L., 69,231
Cunningham, Donna L., 222
Cunningham, Judy L., 250
Curtis, Michael G., 241
Dale, Leslie Ann, 231
Dall, Daniel, 260
Darling, Charles R., 222
Darr, Susan K., 222
Daven, Jim, 241
Davenport, Donald W., 260
Davis, Addie M., 250
Davis, Carolyn J., 231
Davis, Cynthia B., 222
Davis Donna R., 231
Davis, Kathy, 250
Davis, Steven B., 61,241
Davis, Sue J., 241
Davis, Terry B., 241
Davis, Thomas M., 250
Davis, William R., 250
Davoust, George C., 250
Days, Christine, 250
Deal, Sarah L., 250
Dean, Helen J., 231
Dean, John C., 250
Deblock, John R., 250
Declue, Donald J., 250
Delaughter, Linda K., 250
Delozier, Gail, 77,241
Delyles, Kathleen, 58,61,231
Demuth, Cherry, 72
Denman, Robert, 250
Dennis, Bill, 250
Dennis, Terry, 76
Detherage, Gary, 140,230
Devitt, Peter, 67
Dewitt, Jerry, 231
Dickens, Kathy, 231
Dickinson, Marilyn, 71,76,77,250
Dickson, Kenneth, 241
Dierks, Wayne, 231
Dill, Terry, 241
Dillion, Karen, 76,241
Dillon, William, 232
Doan, Kennan, 250
Dodson, Billy, 250
Doerr, Steven, 69,222
Dorsey, Betty, 232
Dorsey, Cynthia, 222
Douglass, Lee, 250
Dowdy, Cecil, 241
Dowl, Joyce, 250
Drennan, Dwight, 232
Drennan, James, 251
Driedric, James, 232
Drilling, Mary, 251
Drompp, Joseph, 222
Duckworth, William, 251
Dudley, James, 137
Duncan, Charley, 232
Duncan, David, 251
Dunham, Jeanene, 140,220
Dunn, Maragree, 251
Durley, William, 241
Ebinger, Kate, 251
Eckford, Catherine, 58,232
Edelhuber, William, 251
Edmonson, Bobbie, 251
Edwards, Charles, 222
Edwards, Inge, 241
Edwards, James, 251
Edwards, Nancy, 222
Eller, Larry, 251
Elliott, Dollie, 77,241
Elliott, Vikki, 251
Ellis, David, 241
Ellis, James, 232
Ellott, Christ, 251
Elsken, Gretchen, 251
Enderlin, Charles, 260
Endsley, Gale, 251
English, Richard, 161
Ennis, Ramona, 222
Ensminger, Don, 241
Epperson, Gary, 251
Eskew, Cherie, 251
Eudy, Judy, 68,164,222
Evans, Linda, 251
Evans, Terry, 251
Evans, Thomas, 251
Ewing, James, 251
Faas, Eariann, 76
Fair, Tommy, 241
Farmer, J errie, 232
Farmer, Larry, 67,136,140,163,223
Farrester, Richard, 241
Faulkner, Charles, 251
Faulkner, Mae, 223
Ferreira, Agnes, 133,241
Festa, John, 68,223
Finch, Phillip, 25
Finkbeiner, Oscar, 251
Finley, Floyd, 251
Finley, Ronald, 223
Fisher, John, 137,140,223
Fisher, Sissy, 251
Fitzhugh, Michael, 251
Fleming, Lorin, 251
Floyd, Tom, 241
Floyd, Virginia, 232
Fogga, Pamela, 251
Fogle, Rebecca, 232
Forgy, David, 251
Fortenberry, Sharon, 242
Foster, George, 67,69,223
Foster, Larry, 241
Foster, Sharon, 241
Fowler, Katherine, 76,77
Fox, Harriet, 241
Frase, Gene, 73,241
Fratesi, Julia, 223
Frazier, Barbara, 241
Frazier, Carolyn, 232
Frazier, Raymond, 58,260
Freeman, Donna, 241
Freeman, Hoyle, 251
Friday, Steven, 69
Frost, Donald, 55
Fuller, Charlotte, 223
Furlow, Brad, 251
Gaines, Cary, 67,232
Galbraith, Shelia, 223
Galleher, Mary, 140
Galvin, Suzanne, 241
Garman, Kaye, 251
Garner, Larry, 241
Garrels, Harlan, 241
Garrett, Charles, 251
Garrett Claudia, 251
Garrett Larry, 242
Garrett, Lon, 242
Garrett, Michael, 252
Gartman, Steven, 252
Gates, Dorothy, 223
Gates, James, 252
Goodson, Paula, 232
Gordon, Jack, 232
Gosnell, Wanda, 252
Gould, Mary, 136,137,140
Gover, Olin, 252
Grady, Linda, 252
Grainger, Mary, 242
Grant, Brenda, 58
Graves, Terry, 252
Gray, Diane, 252
Greathouse, Garold, 69,223
Green, Ginger, 252
Green, Kenneth, 232
Green, Ann, 252
Green, Patricia, 252
Gates, Mary, 61,252
Gates, Randall, 67,137,223
Gates, Rudy, 67,137,140,223
Gatliff, James, 252
Gattin, Thomas, 252
Gatdon, Linda, 252
Gent, Carol, 223
Gentry, Margarey, 252
George, Carolyn, 252
George, Donald, 252
Gibbons, James, 252
Gibson, David, 242
Gieringer, David, 252
Gieringer, Wallace, 242
Giggleman, Janice, 252
Gilbert, Clara, 252
Gilliam, Cynthia, 252
Gingerich, Gregory, 252
Givens, Richard, 232
Gladish, Rudy, 232
Glover, Gail, 223
Glover, William, 252
Gmuer, Paul, 252
Goggans, Diane, 252
Golden, Emmett, 252
n, Terry, 69
r, Ronnie, 242
Gregory, Mike, 242
ory, Terrie, 136,140,182,192
er, Karl, 232
gs, Victoria, 252
s Dian 232
Grissom, John, 58
'ns, Betty, 252
Gucciardo, Larry, 252
Guenther, James, 247
Guest, Michael, 232
Hackler, Kathy, 223
Halbert, Rosalyn, 137,140,223
Hale, Carolyn, 232
Hale, Gail, 232
y, Curtis, 242
Hall, Gary, 242
Hall, Gary, 252
Hall, James, 252
Hall, Jay, 252
Hall, Mel, 253
Hall, Milton, 232
Hall, Patricia, 253
Hall, Robye, 223
Halliday, Robert, 242
Hamilton, Charles, 253
Hamilton, Meredith, 253
Hamilton, Wesley, 253
Hammond, Dennis, 232
Hammond, Peggy, 253
Hampton, Harold, 242
Hampton, Irma, 253
Handy, Delores, 67,223
Hankins, Broderick, 253
Harder, Richard, 242
Hardin, Richard, 253
Hardison, James, 242
Hardison, Terry, 242
Hardwick, John, 67,233
Hardy, Jesse, 242
Harmon, Steven, 242
Harper, Paige, 223
Harrell, Lewis, 223
Harris, Fred, 242
Harris, James, 253
Harris, Jerry, 252
Harris, Karl, 253
Harrison, Randall, 242
Harry, Michael, 253
Hart Donna, 253
Hart Jane, 155,253
Hart Jeffrey, 223
Han, Mary, 233
Hartzell, Michael, 233
Harvey, Dondra, 253
Harvey, Joe, 242
Harvey, Phillip, 242
Hasselt, Brenda, 224
Hastings, Dolly, 77,133
Hastings, Pamelan, 242
Hatchett, Elsie, 253
Hawley, Sandra, 242
Hayes, Bernetta, 233
Haynes, Steve, 242
Haynie, David, 253
Heard, Betty, 224
Hearn, Danna, 67,136,140,224
Herbert, Walter, 224
Hefley, Kenneth, 242
Hefner, Ronny, 253
Hemphill, Thomas, 233
Henbest, Jerry, 224
Henderson, Carolyn, 253
Henderson, Jauan, 242
Henderson, Dennis, 253
Hendricks, Nicholas, 233
Hendricks, Kathy, 224.
Henry, Jacquelyn, 253
Henry, Nancy, 253
Henson, Arvee, 253
Henson, Sheila, 242
Henson, Vieki, 253
Herndon, Kennesh, 233
Hervey, Beth, 242
Hess, John, 253
Hetterick, Tony, 253
Hickey, Elizabeth, 253
Hicks, James, 242
Hicks, Michael, 242
Higginbotham, Jerry, 224
Hill, Barbara, 253
Hill, Billy, 242
Hill, Deborah, 253
Hill, Jean, 224
Hill, Judith, 224
Hill, Sandra, 224
Hinson, Debra, 253
Hinson, Lenora, 224
Hockensmith, Kaye, 233
Hockensmith, David, 233
Hodges, Barbara, 242
Hodges, James, 242
Hodges, Julie, 224
Hoffman, Thomas, 253
Hogan, Gary, 253
Holbrook, Homer, 253
Holder, Phillip, 233
Holland, Jerry, 242
Holland, Reb ecca , 242
Hollinger, Willie, 233
Holloway, Bettye, 253
Holmes, Byron, 233
Holmes, Mary, 233
Hood, Sheila, 233
Hood, Theodore, 253
Hopkins, Sharon, 67,623,224
Hornbuckle, Lily, 253
Hornby, Kimberly, 224.
Horness, Carol, 253
Horton, James, 242
Horto-n, Oscar, 253
House, Barbara, 253
House, Luther, 242
Howard, Phyllis, 253
Howell, Peggy, 242
Hoyt, Charles, 242
Hubbs, Clifford, 224
Hubener, David, 70
Hudgens, Gerald, 233
Hudleson, Robert, 253
Hudspeth, Sharon, 253
Huffman, Mary, 242
Hughes, Pat, 233
Hughes, Robert, 242
Hughes, Ronnie, 233
Hum, Vickey, 243
Humphrey, Michael, 253
Humphries, Carol, 253
Hunter, Ro-siland, 243
Huntsman, Roger, 233
Hutcheson, Michael, 224
Hutchinson, Eric, 253
Hymel, Kenneth, 253
Ingram, Lillie, 253
Ivy, Nancy, 224
Jacks, Glynda, 233
Jacks, Paul, 253
Jackson, Allen, 243
Jackson, Cynthia, 253
Jackson, Donald, 253
Jackson, John, 233
Jackson, Judy, 254
Jackson, Mary, 243
Jacob, Elaine, 243
Jacoway, J an, 254
Jacoway, J o, 254
Jacuzzi, James, 254
James, Danny, 233
J anske, Peggy, 224
Jarrett, Charles, 243
J effers, David, 243
Jenkins, Steven, 243
Jennings, Carol, 243
Jennings, Gary, 243
Jernigan, Sandra, 233
Jester, Mary, 243
Jewell, Kathleen, 254
Johnson, Donald, 233
Johnson, Gay, 254
Johnson, Ginger, 254
Johnson, Nathan, 254
Johnson, Richard, 224
Johnson, Ruth, 243
Johnson, Sandra, 254
Johnston, William, 224
Jones, Freddie, 243
J ones Frederick, 254
Jones Gary, 224
Jones Jay, 71
Jones, James, 233
Jones Linda, 254
J ones Michael, 224
Jones Pamela, 243
Jones, Rhonda, 254
Jones Royce, 224
Jones, Teresa, 61,254
Jones, William, 254
Jordan, Gladys, 254
J uaire, Linda, 68,224
Jurgerson, David, 254
Kaczka, Michael, 69,137,140,163,225
Kaufman, David, 137,141
Keen, George, 254
Keener, Jackie, 254
Kehoe, Martha, 243
Kellar, Stanley, 243
Kelley, Clifton, 254
Kelley, Teresa, 254
Kelley, Thomas, 233
Kelly, Cornelia, 225
Kemp, Gussie, 243
Kempf, Linda, 254
Kendrick, J one, 225
Kennedy, Jimmy, 254
Kennemur, James, 254
Kenney, Michael, 225
Kerner, Rickie, 243
Kerr, Ronald, 243
Kersey, John, 243
Keveryn, Janet, 173,189,193
King, Joel, 254
Kingrey, Pamela, 254
Kirby, Georgia, 243
Kirkes, William, 254
Kirtley, Sue, 254
Klugh, Carole, 233
Knight, Donna, 225
Knight, Brig, 243
Knight, Rebecca, 233
Kolb, Dennis, 243
Koon, Stephen, 233
Kraus, Jackie, 254
Kready, Baron, 243
Kreikemeier, Lu, 233
Kreimeyer, Robert, 140,225
Krisell, Ronald, 254
Kuykendall, Paula, 243
Lacefield, Pamela, 225
Lafton, Tena, 243
Lamb, Donald, 254
Land, Susan, 254
Landreth, Roy, 254
Lavender, Phillis, 136,139,140,158
Lawrence, Donald, 233
Lazenby, Carolyn, 225
Leamons, Robert, 254
Lee, David, 233
Lee, Kathi, 254
Lee, Margaret M., 225
Lemaster, Rebecca C., 225
Lemke, Walter J ., 254
Lemons, Lee, 225
Leverett, Beth, 233
Leveritt, Alan, 254
Levy, Larry, 254
Lewis, Corinne, 254
Lewis, Cynthia, 243
Lewis, Ronald, 233
Lewis, Sylvia, 233
Lewis, Veronica, 225
Lewis, William, 254
Lienhart, Joseph, 138,233
Lilly, Sammy D. 243
Linder, Stephen, 254
Lindsey, Betty, 77,254
Lindsey, Nancy, 254
Linsley, Wanda, 225
Little, Arnold, 254
Littlefield, Patsy, 234
Livingston, Benjamin, 254
Llewellyn, Raymond, 234
Lody, Wesley, 243
Loftis, Benny, 243
Lofton, Treva, 254
Long, Rodney, 234
Lord, Carol, 234
Love, Patricia, 254
Lovett, Paul, 260
Lowe, Sherry, 234
Lowry, Butch, 244
Lucas, Steven, 254
Lunsford, Don, 254
Lyle, Greg, 72
Lyle, Nancy, 76
Madar, Michael, 254
Mainthia, Jai, 68,225
Mallory, George, 225
Malone, Mary, 244
Maples, Joan, 244
Marak, Janet, 254
Marks, Charlotte, 254
Marks, Frances, 244
Marks, Susan, 244
Martin, Deborah, 255
Martin, Ann, 255
Martin, Harriet, 244
Martin, Jacqueline, 137,226
Martin, Marylou, 136,138,140,226
Martin, Robert, 255
Martin, William, 226
Martindale, Nancy, 234
Mashhurn, Alowee, 140,226
Mashburn, Eddie, 56
Mashburn, Susan, 140,226 -
Mason, Billy, 255
Mason, Alda, 255
Massanelli, Becky, 244
Massey, Renee, 234
Masterson, Barbara, 255
Mathis, Billy, 234
Mathis, Russell, 234
Maultrie, Antoinette, 234
Maxwell, David, 234
May, Gary, 234
Mayfield, Jerry, 59,255
McAuley, John, 226
McBride, Vvayne, 61,234
McCain, Linda, 226
McCarroll, Michael, 72,75,234,237
McCarthy, Kathleen, 234
McChristian, Beverly, 234
McClain, Carolyn, 255
McClain, Daren, 234
McCool, Melanie, 234
McCord, Mildred, 244
McCormick, Singleton, 244
McCoy, Guy, 227
McCoy, Vicki, 68,244
McCrary, Raikes, 227
McCulla1', Joe, 244
McDade, Linda, 227
McDonald, Nancy, 76,77,244
McEntire, Harriett, 244
McFarlin, Peggy, 255
McGee, Lyla, 234
McGowan, Ellen, 234
McHughes, Audrey, 244
McHughes, Patricia, 255
Mcllroy, Nancy, 244
Mclntire, Lawrence, 260
McKamie, James, 234
McKewen, Nancy, 256
McKimmey, Vicki, 244
McKinney, Larry, 234
McLemore, Janet, 136,230
McMahan, John, 244
McMath, James, 234
McMurry, Larry, 256
McNabb, Michael, 256
McNeese, Mark, 256
McNeill, Carol, 256
McPh erso n, Joel, 256
McWilliams, Alan, 227
Meeder, Peggy, 225
Meeks, Mary, 225
Mehlin, Phil, 81,94
Melton, Earline, 76
Melton, Mary, 255
Meux, Larry, 255
Michalesko, Kathy, 255
Michell, Suzanne, 244
Middleton, Mike, 71,141
Middleton, Richard, 234
Milam, James, 244
Miles, John, 255
Miles, Martha, 244
Miles, Ronnie, 244
Miles, William, 67,234
Miller, Jacqueline, 58,244
Miller, John, 244
Miller, John F., 255
Miller, Monty, 255
Miller, Rama, 255
Miller, Susan, 255
Milligan, Peggy, 149,255
Mills, Deborah R., 244
Mills, Dennis, 226
Mills, Marsha, 244
Minicozzi, Tony, 58
Minick, Phyllis, 255
Minor, Alan, 255
Mitchell, Chick, 255
Moix, Pamela, 255
Moncrief, Gladys, 255
Montogomery, June, 255
Moody, Karen, 244
Moody, William, 255
Moore, Ethel, 255
Moore, James, 255
Moorehead, Tanna, 226
Moran, Myra, 244
Morehart, Linda, 53,226,240
Morehart, Ronald, 244
Morgan, Cynthia, 234
Morgan, Larry, 255
Morgan, Raymond, 244
Morris, Estella, 244
Morris, Patrick, 245
Morris, Walter, 234
Morrison, Cherye, 53
Morteza, Jarahha, 234
Morton, Lacey, 94
Moses, Harold, 234
Motley, Carol, 255
Mourot, William, 245
Mowery, Joyce, 245
Muench, Betty, 226
Munns, Patricia, 72
Murphy, Katherine, 255
Murphy, Ralph, 140,226
Murry, Raymond, 76
Murray, Tom, 226
Musick, Stanley, 69,2311-
Myhand, Clark, 255
Myklebust, Mary, 255
Myklebust, Clark, 255
Nam, ln Hd, 227
Neal, Nealia, 245
Nelson, Glenda, 67,227
Nelson, Ann, 256
Nichols, Ronnie, 245
Nickells, Susan, 234
Nikpour, Amir F., 77
Norrell, John, 72,162,227
Norris, Jeanne, 227
North, Kearh, 227
Northcutt, Herrn, 245
Norton, Ann, 72,76,227
Norton, Earl, 72
Norwood, Gwendolyn, 234
Norwood, Larry, 245
Noto, Paula, 245
Nutt, David, 245
Nutt, Harriet, 136,234
Nutt, Sandy, 67,234
Nycum, Michael, 256
Oakley, Tommy, 256
O'Dell, Reyda, 139,140,227
Olberts, Sharon, 256
O'Neal, Francis, 245
Osam, Teresa, 234
Osment, Charles, 235
Oury, Mike, 227
Oury, Robert, 133,245
Owen, Catherine, 151,136,139 160
Owen, Pamela, 73,256
Owens, Kenny, 256
Owens, Sherman, 256
Owings, Richard, 70,245
Pack, David, 71
Pain, Judy, 245
Pankin, Gary, 140
Parham, Susan, 256
Parish, Gary, 245
Parker, David, 256
Parker, Rusty, 235
Parker, Tommie, 256
Parrish, David, 71,73,235
Parson, Maryjane, 140
Pasierb, Joseph, 227
Passen, Elizabeth, 235
Pate, Jimmy, 235
Pate, Marcia, 235
Patton, Rosalie, 140,227
Paty, Patricia, 256
Payne, Donna, 256
Pearce, James, 256
Pearce, Patrick, 256
Peavey, Robert, 256
Peek, Edward, 256
Pence, David, 245
Pennington, Betty, 73
Pennington, Maelyn, 256
Penny, Douglas, 256
Perry, Phillip, 235
Persand, Raj, 245
Peters, Laura, 256
Pfeifer, Rita, 245
Phelps, Ronald, 256
Phillips, Beverly, 235
Phillips, Claudia, 141,235
Phipps, .lohn, 67
Pierce, James, 256
Pierce, Randall, 235
Pillert, Lee, 256
Pine, Lamar, 260
Pinner, Michael, 256
Pittman, Jerry, 256
Pitts, George, 256
Plummer, Robert, 256
Pope, Thomas, 256
Popp, Aleza, 256
Porter, Cathryn, 235
Prado, Elizabeth, 260
Price, Larry, 245
Prickett, Pamela, 256
Pride, Monty, 257
Pruitt, John, 257
Puckett, Carmen, 138,260
Puckett, Larry, 228
Purcell, David, 257
Purtle, Larry, 245
Rackley, Chip, 245
Raines, lohn, 257
Rambo, Earnest, 257
Raney, Gus, 245
Raney, Vickie, 257
Rankin, Gary, 228
Rasco, Judith, 245
Ratliff, Henry, 245
Ray, Ruth, 257
Rector, Janie, 257
Rector, Marilyn, 257
Red, .loe, 257
Redd, Mike, 76,245
Redd, Diana, 235
Reddick, Brenda, 245
Redix, Phyllis, 257
Redd, Susan, 245
Reeves, Roger, 235
Reinhardt, Mery, 141,228
Renshaw, Day, 235
Rezac, Norma, 235
Rice, Ann, 72,76,77
Rice, Charles, 235
Richards, Tim, 73
Richardson, Ann, 245
Richardson, Linda, 245
Richter, Russell, 257
Ricks, Linda, 257
Riegler, Mary Jane, 228
Riegler, Mary, 137
Ring, Bobby, 245
Ringgold, Stephen, 257
Rieeer, Stan, 55,228
Rivenbark, Glover, 257
Roach, Dennis, 68
Roachell, Richard, 235
Roberson, Jan, 76,257
Roberts, Cherise, 257
Roberts, Jim, 76
Reirnine, Jirn, 95
Roberts, Timothy, 235
Roberts, William, 228
Robertson, Roger, 235
Robinson, Answorth, 58,61,235
Robinson Henry, 61,235
Robinson, Nancy, 245
Robinson, Rex, 235
Robinson, Rita, 76,228
Robinson, Sandra, 245
Robinson, Thomas, 257
Robinson, Tina, 245
Roehrenbeck, William, 245
Rogers, Patsy, 257
Rollins, Bertha, 257
Rosenfeld, Deborah, 235
Rothstein, Richard, 257
Rowan, Helen, 245
Rozzell, Susan, 245
Runnells, Roderick, 235
Ruple, Mary, 245
Rush, Donald, 245
Russ, Charliss, 257
Russell, Jeanne, 245
Russell, lim, 67,228
Russell, Terry, 257
Russo, Mary Ann, 228
Sample, Linda, 257
Sampson, Donald, 245
Sanders, Kay, 189
Sanders, Margaret, 157
Sanders, Michael, 245
Sangey, Gene, 245
Sawrie, Martha, 136,138
Scales, Claudette, 235
Scales, Lynda, 257
Scales, Webber, 257
Schafer, Melba, 245
Schmidt, Sharon, 235
Schubert, Eric, 67
Scott, Robert, 61, 245
Scott, Thomas, 245
Sebring, Jimmy, 246
Seibold, Michael, 246
Selig, J ohn, 160,228
Sellars, Diane, 246
Sessions, Larry, 246
Sevier, William, 257
Shannon, Debra, 140
Sharkey, James, 373
Shaw, Charles, 236
Shaw, Larry, 257
Shaw, Michael, 236
Sheffield, Ronald, 236
Shinalt, Holly, 236
Shiras, Viriginxia, 260
Shivers, Robert, 141
Shofner, Steven, 141
Shoptaw, Joy, 236
Shorter, Jo, 257
Shotts, Mike, 61
Shoup, Michael, 257
Shubert, Kathryn, 136,228
Siever, Cathy, 236
Sigman, John, 228
Silmon, Wayne, 69,140,221,228
Simmons, Linda, 236
Simmons, Pamela, 228
Simpson, Jan, 257
Simpson, William, 228
Simpson, William R., 137,138,236
Sisk, Robert, 246
Slaughter, Patrick, 257
Slaughter, Sister, 257
Spann, Paul, 257
Sparks, Jerry, 221
Spencer, Stephen, 236
Spotwood, Dorothy, 257
Spragins, James, 246
Springer, Doris, 257
Springhorn, Jackie, 257
Sproles, Tommy, 72,246
Spurgers, James, 76,246
St. Clair, Bobbie, 257
St. Clair, Charles, 257
Stanley, Patricia, 257
Stanley, William, 67,236
Stansbery, Martine, 246
Starks, George, 72,257
Stephens, Curtis, 257
Stephenson, Artie, 257
Stewart Charles, 236
Stewart, Deborah, 76,258
Stewart Mathew, 236
Stidham, Vernon, 228
Stobaugh, Donald, 236
Betty Jane, 236
Smith Panela, 61,257
Smith Patricia, 246
Smith, Randel, 246
Smith, Roy, 246
Smith Stella, 72
Smith Sybil, 137,140,228
Smith Wanda, 61
Smith, Wilder, 257
Smithson, Tresa, 257
Sontag, Harvey, 257
Stone, Barbara, 228
Stone, Douglas, 258
Stone, Ronald, 258
Stone, Stephen, 228
Storey, Elizabeth, 246
Strain, Raebelle, 258
Stratton, Marcia, 236
Straw, Joe, 58,246
Stricklin, William, 228
Stroman, Brock, 258
Stroup, Dianna, 260
Styles, Joseph, 246
Sugg, Don, 246
Sugg, Rita, 138
Suggs, Gary, 55
Suksiri, Nonsonti, 258
Sullivan, Lexie, 72,76,136,14.o,22a
Sullivan, Michael, 137,140
Sullivan, Timothy, 72
Summers, Carlos, 72,74
Summerville, Gregory, 258
Surratt, Joyce, 258
Sutton, Patrick, 258
Swann, Stephanie, 153
Swaty, John, 236
Swearingen, David, 236
Swindoll, Janes, 246
Swinney, Glenda, 258
Sybert, Randy, 68
Sykes, Charoltte, 236
Tackett, Tickey, 258
Taggart, Frank, 258
Taillac, Wy riri e, 246
Talbot, John, 246
Ti triri er, Richard, 21-6
Tarbell, John, 258
Tatoian, Martin, 246
Tatum, Wanda, 258
Taylor, Carolyn, 61,258
Taylor, David, 236
Taylor, Ray, 258
Taylor, Ronnie, 246
Teague, Randy, 246
Teaney, Gary, 258
Tebbetts, John, 140
Tebbetts, Priscilla, 236
Temple, Pamela, 258
Terrill, Daphne, 228
Thomas, Peggy, 72,73,236
Thomas, Sharon, 246
Thompson, Charles, 246
Thompson, Cheryl, 236
Thompson, Gary, 258
Thompson, John, 236
Thompson, Julie, 258
Thompson, Patricia, 241
Thompson, Patricia, 237
Thompson, Peggy, 137,138,140,228
Thompson, Richard, 258
Thompson, Robert, 258
Thompson, Robert L., 237
, Virginia, 246
Thornton, Robert, 67,237
Thrasher, William, 55,246
Tillery, Cecil, 246
Tillery, Phyliss, 246
Tillery, Donald, 229
Timm, Jonathan, 69,138,237
Tinnell, Kathleen, 258
Tinsley, Rebecca, 237
Tipton, Many, 246
Tomaydo, Andrea, 229
Toombs, Nancy, 246
Townsend, Janice, 72
Townsend, Marshall, 72,73,76,237
Trafford, Kenneth, 237
Treadway, Yvonne, 246
Treece, David, 258
Trent, Strart, 68,137,159,229
Trice, Judy, 237
Trusheim, Joseph, 237
Tuck, Robert, 237
Tucker Becky, 237
Tucker, Carl, 246
Tucker Donald, 258
Tucker, Howard, 258
Tucker, Raymond, 137,160,229
Tucker, Richard, 246
Tullos, Yvonne, 258
Turbow, Ellen, 258
Turnbow, Linda, 246
Turner, Richard, 258
Turner, James, 258
Turner, Sammy, 258
Turner, Tina, 237
Tyer, Danny, 258
Tygart, Phil, 246
Tyra, James, 258
Uhlig, Robert, 258
Uunderwood, Linda, 189,258
Underwood, Sharryn, 237
Uydea, Cheryl, 138,237
Vaden, Wendell, 258
Valand, Kent, 258
Van Dyke, Roger, 69,229
Vanackeren, Frederick, 258
Vandever, James, 258
Vandiver, Susan, 259
Vanzandt, Angela, 258
Vaughan, Ida, 229
Vaughan, Sandra, 260
Vaughn, John, 229
Vice, Aubrey, 237
Vick, Carol, 237
Vishkoff, Edward, 237
Vogel, Nancy, 260
Vogler, Stephen, 258
Volpert, Rose, 237
Vories, Yvonne, 246
Voss, Gloria, 237
Wadley, Joey, 258
Waggoner, Charles, 258
Wakefield, Tommie, 229
Walden, Mary, 246
Walden, William, 258
Walder, Artis, 58,258
Walder, John, 237
Walder, Julie, 140
Walder, Marvin, 229
Wallace, Robin, 258
Wallace, Tony, 229
Waller, Geraldine, 229
Walls, Ed, 246
Walls, Kelvin, 258
Walls, Linda, 237
Wammack, Katherine, 258
Ward, Diane, 237
Ward, James, 258
Ward, John, 237
Ward, Ralph, 69,237
Warford, Eric, 246
Washburn, Karen, 259
Waters, Randy, 259
Watkins, Vickie, 259
Watson, Billie, 259
Watson, Nadine, 259
Weatherford, Glenda, 259
Weaver, Charles, 237
Webb, Mary, 259
Webb, Harry, 57
Webb, Tonya, 86,229
Weedman, Jane, 259
Wehunt, Joe, 259
Welcher, Jean, 237
Wells, Daryl, 246
Wells, James, 229
West, Michael, 237
Westbrook, Rudy, 246
White, Deborah, 237
White, Kennth, 259
White, Londell, 58,69
White, Meeks, 259
White, Stephen, 237
Whitfield, Budy, 76
Whitman, Patricia, 237
Whitten, Linda, 237
Wiginton, Joe, 246
Yvilfong, Delmar, 259
Wilkins, Jennie, 246
Williams Clarice, 246
Williams Doris, 238
WilliamS, Janice, 259
Williams Joyce, 246
Williams, Liz, 259
Williams, Margaret, 136,
Williams Patricia, 246
Williams, Paul, 238
Williams, Ralph, 238
Williams Robert, 238
Wfilliamson, Rita, 246
Willis, Gloria, 238
Willis, Gloria J., 238
Willis, Jewel, 259
Willis, Steven, 246
Wilson, Fluffy, 259
Wilson, James, 229
Wilson, Lavona, 58
Wilson, Margaret, 238
Wilson, Ray, 238
Windhan, Susan, 237
Wingfield, Bruce, 259
Wingfield, David, 259
Winston, Arthur, 259
Winston, Gregory, 246
Winston, Winston, 237
Wofford, Helen, 259
W offord, Patricia, 259
Wood, Mikel, 259
Woods, James, 238
Wooldridge, Linda, 136,159,230
Vlfooley, Angela, 230
Worley, Miriam, 246
Worthington, Thomas, 69,230
Wright, David, 259
Xvright, Harold, 259
Wright, Judith, 259
Wright, Michael, 246
Wurtz, Rita, 230
Wyatt, George, 238
Wylie, Robert, 238
Wylie, Ronald, 230
Yaniger, Johanna, 247
Yarvrough, Denzil, 259
Yeargain, Shari, 71,247
Young, Brenda, 68,238
Young, Carole, 230
Young, James, 259
Young, Mary, 259
Young, Richard, 259
Young, Susan, 259
Young, Virgil, 260
Zeiler, Rose, 238
Ziegler, J ack, 68,247
Zornes, Curt, 247
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