University of Arkansas Fayetteville - Razorback Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

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RAZOR Published by the Associated Students University of Arkansas Fayetteville Johnny L. Shelby_Editor Hank Weaver Business Manager ■ 4 - The Ever-Changing NOW. . . . fragmented, analyzed as history and fact. A fleeting moment— NOW— but already gone. Days at Arkansas are numbered in millions of NOW ? S. What was here just NOW is already recorded. The people in this book were all pictured in a moment that was gone before it was realized. Look at the faces, the mood each depicts; look at the pose, the shadow it casts; look . . . NO IV faces lighted with differing thoughts NOW people together .; minds welded into one L, r NOW triumph and exultation mounted to frenzy NOW the calm, the excited, the lackadaisical sitting shoulder to shoulder NOW the limelighter giving himself to others % % % NOW the scenes of Arkansas committed to memory. Governor Of Arkansas Orval E. Faubus Governor Of Arkansas Orval E. Faubus, governor of Arkansas for twelve years, announced this year that he would not seek re-election. An adept politician, he moved into the Governor’s Mansion in 1954. Faubus began his rise to political prominence as post¬ master in his hometown, Huntsville. He was then County Clerk of Madison County, a member of the State Highway Commission, and finally, administrative assistant to the man he succeeded as governor. Faubus has not been a frequent visitor to the campus this year; however, he has continued to show interest in the development of the University. Under his administration, the UofA has embarked on its largest expansion and building program. The Board of Trustees listens and comments on a report made by President Mullins during one of their monthly meetings at the University. Trustees Face Growing University Left to right: Robert A. Young, Earl H. Wildy, Howard H. Mullins, D. Pete Raney, J. E. Pomfret, Robert H. Smith, Leon Horst, Dr. Preston L. Hathcock, John L. Wilson, Dr. David W. B. Catlett, Rowy Ritter and Fred Pickens. 21 Mullins Seeks $50 Million Program David Wiley Mullins has served as President of the University of Arkansas since 1960. During the past five years the University has completed construction on the main campus at a cost of approximately $12 million. The enrollment has increased approximately 63 per cent. In his Presi¬ dent’s Report this year. Dr. Mullins an¬ nounced a $50 million building program for the UofA for the next 10 years. Dr. Mullins was born in Ash Flat and graduated with honors in 1931 from the UofA. He earned his M.A. degree from the University of Colorado and his Doctor of Education Degree at Columbia Uni¬ versity. He holds an Honorary Doctor of Uaws Degree from Hendrix College. From 1941 until he came to the UofA. Dr. Mullins held various positions at Auburn University where he served as Executive Vice President for eleven years just prior to coming to the University. President Mullins congratulates former UofA Miss America, Donna Axum, while giving out degrees. David Wiley Mullins — University President V ice-Presidents Paul M. Young Vice-President For Academic Affairs John W. White Vice-President For Agriculture James W. Green Administrative Vice-President James E. Pomfret Vice-President For Business Storm Whaley Vice-President For Health Sciences 23 Arts Sciences Largest College Well-equipped chemistry labs supervised by qualified instruc¬ tors are bright spots in the College of Arts and Sciences. Dean Robert F. Kruh The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest col¬ lege of the University. Objectives of the College are to train students to be specialists in the scientific or cultural field of their choice and to give them the components of a general, liberal arts education. A parallel objective is to encourage and develop re¬ search and other creative activity in each department of the College. Students are made acquainted with lead¬ ing ideas and significant facts and mastery of habits of thought and methods of work in the natural and social sciences, languages, literature, fine arts, history and philosophy. Under the administration of Dean Robert F. Kruh and his assistant, Robert S. Fairchild, the college works toward its goal, offering four baccalaureate degrees at¬ tained by completion of a basic curriculum. The Honors Program, co-ordinated by Dr. Harold I). Hantz, is the outstanding feature of the College. This program is designed to provide every possible oppor¬ tunity to the superior student for achieving a level of accomplishment which might not normally be possible. A student is nominated to participate in the honors pro¬ gram at the end of his sophomore year on the basis of performance shown during the first two years of study. 24 25 The Animal Science Center with the latest equipment was finally completed this year through a combination of state and federal funds Gr owing cultures to determine new strains and better pesti¬ cides for use in state agriculture is one of the College ' s jobs. Both men and women work in the College to find new methods and products with which to grow and prepare America ' s food. College Researches Agri Problems As the Land Grant College for the state, the University is responsible for leadership in agriculture and home economics. The division of Agriculture, which includes programs of resident teaching, re¬ search and extension in agriculture and home eco¬ nomics. assumes this responsibility of leadership. As well as the technical agriculture and home economics curriculum, the college also includes basic training in the sciences and humanities. There are five plans which an agriculture student may choose to best satisfy his interests and goals. Students in home economics may enroll in electives or the teacher- education curriculum. In accordance with an agree¬ ment with the College of Veterinary Medicine of Okla¬ homa State University, residents of Arkansas may com¬ plete training in veterinary medicine at OSU without paying out-of-state tuition. Glenn W. Hardy is the dean of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics and reports directly to the head of the Division of Agriculture. An agri student, armed with a butterfly net, prepares to get bug samples on which to test a newly developed pesticide. Dean Glenn W. Hardy 27 College Studies America’s Business Much of the study for a place in the world of high finance now centers around machines at the University ' s computer center. Dean Paul W. Milam Paul W. Milam is dean of the College of Business Administration, which is the second largest college at the University. The purpose of the BA college is to educate stu¬ dents for positions of leadership and responsibility in private business, government service and non-business organizations. It offers specialized courses in several fields of business, including accounting, finance, tax¬ ation, management, marketing, transportation, labor and education. Also incorporated in BA are two research bureaus and the Department of Economics which operates under the general rules of the College of Arts and Sciences. The Bureau of Business and Economic Research, whose facilities are available to faculty and graduate students, seeks to discover methods of increasing the incomes of the people of Arkansas and improve the teaching effectiveness of the College. The Industrial Re¬ search and Extension Center, established in 1955, serves as the educational and fact-finding arm of the College. The library of the College is part of the general University Library and is housed in the Library Build¬ ing. The collection comprises approximately 21,000 vol¬ umes on economics and business. Careful selection of publications purchased has made this library one of the most useful in this region in the fields of economics and business. Signs saying ' Think 7 are scattered liberally around the IBM computers which run the University. Somehow, the machines never think. A full time staff man ' s the computer center besides the many business students who are required to complete this course. Occasionally, BA students branch out and take a course in Arts and Sciences where the mechanical mind is at a loss. 29 The ultimate purpose of the College of Education is the teaching of this little girt and the millions like her across the nation. 30 Education Trains Nation’s Teachers The College of Education prepares students for pro¬ fessional service in the fields of teaching, counseling, supervision and school administration, lhe college also strives to improve education in general by providing- consultative services, by engaging in educational re¬ search, by encouraging young persons to enter the teaching profession and by maintaining a Teacher Place¬ ment Bureau. A Committee on Teacher Education, composed of representatives from the Colleges of Agriculture and Home Economics, Arts and Sciences, BA and Education, continually studies the total program of teacher educa¬ tion and makes recommendations for its improvement. By meeting specific requirements of the College of Education, education majors and students from other colleges on campus may participate in the student teach¬ ing program. The University Elementary School in Pea¬ body Hall provides facilities on the elementary level. Students in the secondary field are sent to schools in Fayetteville and surrounding areas. Henry H. Kronenberg is dean of the College of Edu¬ cation. Under his direction, the college’s program has been approved by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. An elementary teacher has to be a little of everything — mother, confidant and entertainer — even an orange juice dispenser. Dean Henry W. Kronenberg Engineers Sought In Many Fields Engineering students study harder than most UA students, but they were responsible for introducing ' frisby ' to the campus. Dean George F. Branigan The College of Engineering’s principal aim is to train students in the basic and specialized concepts of engineering. A second, hut equally important, objective is to prepare its students to meet the engineering pro¬ fession’s demands for persons of high moral standards and ethics who are outstanding in citizenship and leader¬ ship. Engineering education at the University dates back to 1873, just two years after the founding of the UofA. The first degrees were given in civil engineering in 1888, hut a separate department was not established until 1897. A department of electrical engineering was founded that year, and a department of mechanical engineering was added in 1903. A course in mining engineering was begun in 1880 hut dropped in 1886 due to lack of demand. Chemical engine ering was first offered in 1903 through the chemistry department of Arts and Sciences. This division became a part of the College of Engineering in 1945. The first dean of the College of Engineering was William N. Gladson, who served in this capacity from 1913 to 1936. George F. Branigan, who is presently dean, was appointed in 1948. 32 An Engineer ' s life begins with the simplest formulas and progresses into the most difficult and complex formulas known to man. Much of a chemical engineer ' s life is spent in the laboratory gain¬ ing knowledge through the actual experimenting with reactions. A world of bottles, formulas and test tubes form the world that is the College of Engineering at the University of Arkansas. A graduate student is a peculiar thing at the University. In reality a part, he is, nevertheless, apart from the community. 34 Graduate School Growing Steadily The Graduate School was organized under pro¬ visions of the Federal Land-Grant Act and instituted by the General Assembly of Arkansas March 27. 1871. The first students were enrolled in January, 1872. Virgil W. Adkisson is dean of the graduate school. He also serves as chairman of the University Committee on Research Facilities and as Research Coordinator. Though the main center for the school is on the Fayetteville campus, the school has centers at Little Rock and Fort Smith, which offer limited credit through the facilities of three Arkansas colleges. The University of Arkansas is one of the sponsoring institutions of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies. Through this association, staff members may study and do research work at Oak Ridge. The National Defense Education Act program and the National Sci¬ ence Foundation program are two other fellowship pro¬ grams in which graduate students may participate. Masters’s degrees which may be conferred are: Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Music, Master of Business Admin¬ istration and Master of Education. Seventeen advanced degrees are also offered, including a Doctor of Edu¬ cation and a Doctor of Philosophy. The library stacks are a second home to most graduate students engaged in writing theses and in preparing bibliographies. Law’s Mock Trials Interest Many The primary objective of the School of Law is to provide a thorough preparation for the practice of law and to prepare the student either to practice in com¬ mon law jurisdictions or to seek employment in govern¬ ment or private business. Ralph C. Barnhart, dean of the Law School, works with the Arkansas Bar Association in a program of continuing legal education to keep practicing lawyers abreast on new developments in law. One of the most interesting aspects of the Law School, for the whole campus, is the mock court cases. All law students are required to complete assignments in the preparation of appellate briefs and in oral argu¬ ment of appellate cases. A practice court for third-year students is conducted so that experience may be ob¬ tained in the trial of jury cases. The various stages of a trial are demonstrated, with students participating under the guidance of an instructor. The Law School was established in the fall of 1924; in 1953 a new law school building, Waterman Hall, was finished. A typical scene in the law building is huge casebooks piled on the steps while students take a coffee break in the lounge. Dean Ralph C. Barnhart 37 The University Medical Center, a multi-mill on dollar complex, in Little Rock is one of the newest and best equipped of its kind in America. Medical Center Leads In Research The University Medical Center is made up of the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Located in Little Rock, it is noted for the excellent facilities and personnel. It is regarded as one of the most modern institutions of its kind in the nation. The T. H. Barton Institute for Medical Research houses an extensive re¬ search program at the Center. Since the School of Medicine is affiliated with the Veterans Administration Hospitals in Little Rock and North Little Rock, under a nationwide program, beds in those hospitals are utilized for teaching purposes. The Hospital and outpatient clinic provide examinations and treatment for thousands of patients each year. Class¬ room instruction is supplemented by actual experience with patients who come to the Center. The School of Medical Technology and the School of X-Ray Technology are administered within the framework of the School of Medicine. Dr. Winston K. Shorey is the Dean of Medicine. The Center is a completely modern complex housing three schools. 38 All Aspects Of Medicine Taught The School of Pharmacy was established in the fall of 1951. Stanley G. Mittelstaedt is the dean. The school is concerned primarily with training students in areas dealing with the supplying, assembling and preparing the medicinals used for the prevention, cure and control of disease. The scope of training is broad, so as to prepare students to become leaders in the public health professions. The School of Nursing is directed by Miss Eloris Field, Dean of Nursing. It was established to help meet the pressing demand for skilled nurses and to fill a long-standing need in Arkansas for an educational program combining college-level instruction in academic- subjects with professional education for nurses. This year the school of Nursing on the Fayetteville campus was discontinued. Now a nursing student en¬ rolls in Arts and Sciences at Fayetteville for two years, then transfers to the School at Little Rock for the second two years. The training at the Medical Center is concentrated in the areas of clinical and other practice fields. Dean Eloris Field 40 1 • lif H i i 1 3 it |Mn |RK i| HhIu i iIf i % i r lily hJK r W H in ■ i hsiiifl a 1 II I PI II ■ 9 ' 11: IN III Hi JHHl al .. ■mqvii Stuchnts learn much of their subject from watching actual operations and attending patients who come to the Center. A large library covering every disease and its treatment known to man is the source of information for students. 41 42 Pat Brown is the real workhorse of the division. She acts as confidant, advisor and secretary for all students. Division Office Oversees Students Dean Jacqueline Sterner The Division of Student Affairs, under the super¬ vision of the Dean of Students, is responsible for various student activities. It is composed of the Dean of Students, the Dean of Women, the Dean of Men and the Coordinator of Student Aid. The main function of the personnel is to co-ordinate the activities of the students with the activities of the University as a whole. The Division includes the Stu¬ dent Counseling Service, Infirmary, Food Services, Student Union, Book Store, Placement Office, financial aid and part-time employment services. Along with these duties, it has the responsibility of working with all stu¬ dent organizations in terms of student welfare, morale and discipline. Student government, in its many phases, works directly with the Division of Student Affairs. These aspects are, in the main, the Student Senate, Associ¬ ated Students, Inter-Fraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, Men’s Interhall Council. Women’s Interhall Council and Off Campus Women and Men. Four secretaries in the Division, Miss Alford. Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Swearingen and Mrs. Doughty, keep things running smoothly for both the Deans and the students. 43 Division Coordinates Many Services Dr. D. Whitney Halladay, Dean of Students, grad¬ uated from Pomona College and received his Ed. D. degree from Columbia University. He came to the UofA from the University of Florida in 1956. He is active in the Fayetteville Army Reserve of which he is a Lt. Colonel. Dr. Jacqueline Sterner, Dean of Women, directs and coordinates all phases of the co-ed campus activity. She received her B.A. and M.S. from Indiana Uni¬ versity and her Ph.D. from Ohio State University. She came to the UofA from Texas Tech, where she was Assistant Dean of Women. Col. Ralph T. Simpson acts on all requests for financial aid. Miss Grace Vineyard, Assistant Dean of Women, works with all phases of the women’s program, but concentrates mainly on freshmen. George Yourick, Dean of Men, plans and implements a social-educational pro¬ gram designed to supplement the classroom experiences of men students. Dean Yourick came to the University from the University of California at Berkeley. His de¬ grees are from the University of New Mexico. Frank C. Michel, Assistant Dean of Men, has the responsibility of the fraternity program and the foreign student pro¬ gram. His secondary responsibilities pertain to general counseling and advising of students, collectively and individually. Dean Michel received his degree from Washington State University. Assistant Dean Grace Vineyard Assistant Dean Frank C. Michel Col. Ralph T. Simpson 44 Miss Alford acts as receptionist and secretary to the student aid section. Mrs. Swearingen serves as secretary to the Dean of Women ' s office. Front , left to right : W. Dewoody Dickinson, Er-Chieh Ma, Maurice K. Testerman, William B. Stiles, Raymond W. RaibJe, Maynard E. Hall. Back , left to right : T. A. Raju, Charles J. Bronco, Daniel M. Mathews, Edgar D. Smith, Alcuin F. Gremil- lion, Curtis E. Borchers, Joseph B. Story. Elaborate experiments lead the way in research in many fields at the UofA ' s Graduate Institute of Technology in Little Rock. Computers and other kinds of machines do some of the work at the GIT, but the most work still remains in the individual mind. 46 GIT Provides Advanced Research The University of Arkansas has established the Graduate Institute of Technology as part of its edu¬ cational facilities. Well equipped laboratories are avail¬ able at the Institute center in Little Rock. The overall objectives of the GIF are, first, to provide an opportunity for graduates in science and engineering, including those currently employed, to continue their studies to be able to qualify for ad¬ vanced degrees in the fields of science and technology, and, second, to engage in advanced research so as to expand the field of scientific knowledge. These objectives supplement each other in that re¬ search must be a part of the graduate training of scientists and engineers, and graduate students or other technical assistants are essential to effective research. The research program is designed to supplement the academic program by providing practical operating experience for students. Several research projects are related to space exploration and instrument application of lasers. Other research is health-related; and another project concerns the development of new and im¬ proved techniques for determining water quality. William B. Stiles is the Director of the GIT. The GIT, being a young school, is housed in the old Med Center building in Little Rock but maintains well-equipped labs. Complex research is conducted to give students an opportunity to continue their advanced study. 47 ■AllKIXC v f ' Wl ' »- ' - i ...V Jf« 4 ' • t f 1560 Frosh First To Pre-register First Row: Samuel Stuart ACHESON: Mountain Home. Alauddin AHMED: Dacca, Pakistan. Jerry L. AINS¬ WORTH: Shreveport, La.; $EK. Purushottam AMATYA: Kichapokahair, Kathmandu, Mepal. A. J. ANGLIN: Siloam Springs. Second Row: Irvin Ester ASHLEY, Jr.: Osceola; ATA. Mina Jo AUSTIN: Fayetteville. Jerry L. BABER: Hot Springs. Charles F. BARTELL: Fayetteville, T ' X; 2£J. James Owen BAUGH: Malvern; American Chemical So¬ ciety. Third Row: William Harold BOLAN: Savannah, Ga. William Austin BOWDEN: Louisville, Ky.; AXA; A$F. Elizabeth Johnson BRADFORD: Fayetteville; $TO; Mortal- Hoard. Joe L. BRADLEY: Clinton. James Dalton BROWN: Robersonville, N. C. Fourth Row: Kathryn Ann BROWN: Magnolia; KAn. Thomas N. BUCHANAN: Forrest City; KS; $BK; Col¬ legiate Academy of Science. Frances Anne BUERCKLIN: Little Rock; Mortar Board, $BK. Edward Lee BURGES: Hot Springs; TBn, XnX; NASA Fellow. Gordon Wayne CAGLE. Jr.: Arkadelphia. Fifth Row: Frank Lyle CARTER: Bonneville. Stephen Lee CLARK: Little Rock; Yocum, resident assistant. Wil¬ liam James CLEMENCE, Jr.: Athens, Ga. Ned Stuart COATES: Bloomsburg, Pa. Andrew Doyle COE: Hot Springs. Sixth Row: Bruce Wayne COLEMAN: Fayetteville; F2A; AZ; OAK; Farmhouse. Mabel Rogers COLEMAN: Fayetteville; $T0; F2A; 4-H Alumni Association, presi¬ dent. Jud H. COPELAND: Shreveport, La.; $21; TKE. James Harold CO I 1EY, Jr.: Little Rock. William E. COULTER: Fayetteville. Seventh Row: George Ellis COUNTS: Wesley; $AK. Marilyn Lucille COX: Benton. Lamar (.’RAIL: Weatherford, Okla. Frank Steven CROW: Berryville. Orville CROWELL: Wynne. Eighth Row: Carolyn CROWLEY: Stamps; AXft, vice president, pledge trainer; 2AI, treasurer; AT; AWS Judicial Board. Tushar Satishchandra DHRIJV: Bombay, Maharashtra, India; International Students’ Club. Howard H. DIEMAR, II: Little Rock. Reed Leon DINKINS: Hot Springs. Georgia Louise DORTCH: Scott. Ninth Row: James W. DOWLING: Des Moines, Iowa. Ronald Dale DREWREY: Texarkana. Mary Anne DUN¬ CAN: Jacksonville, Fla. Jesse Wayland Emerson: Clinton; AXfi; $AK; AYI. Alan C. ENGLISH: Little Rock. 50 Graduates This is the standard post-rush picture. The week was long; the nights were filled with endless gossip and speculation. Finally, all gave way to mass hysteria on bid day. First Row: William Bradfor EOFF: Fayetteville; 2X. Ronald Edmond EVERETT: Clarendon; AZ; ATA, sec¬ retary; Entomology Club. Terry Eugene EVERETT: Para- gould. Jerry Wendell FAUBUS: Fayetteville; T AA; Stu¬ dent Bar Association. Armstead Milner FELAND, IV: Little Rock; TBIT; HKN; $0K. Second Row: Gibbs FERGUSON: McGehee. Bob G. FIGGIN: Caruthersville, Mo. Ben David FUQUA: Farm¬ ington, Kentucky. John Felix GARDNER: Fort Smith. Geraldine T. GARNER: Greenwood, La. Third Row: Joseph Dewuaueh GARNER: Greenwood, La. Daniel Baxter GLADDEN: Dumas; ATP, reporter; Entomology Club, president; Agri Students Association. Nancy Kay GOODWIN: Little Rock; Mortar Board, presi¬ dent; Senior Counselor; AWS secretary. AT; ABC; KKT, secretary; Who’s Who. Charles Thomas GRIFFIN: Hope; Yocum, assistant head resident; Young Democrats; Foreign Relations Club, International Club. Larry Paul GRUM¬ PIER: Conway. Fourth Rniv: Cunthia HASELOFF: Springdale. Wil¬ liam Phillip HEFLEY: Harrison; 4 AK. John R. HENRY: Lake City. Julia Ann e HICKS: Camden. Jerry Dwight HOLLEY: Little Rock; 2X, social chairman, rush chair¬ man; ABC, pledge trainer; Cheerleader, Gaebale, busi¬ ness manager; TRAVELER, circulation manager; Guild Ticker staff. Fifth Row: Richard B. HOOVER: Arkadelphia; AX. Brenda Ann HUDSON: Benton; FBK; T ' X, vice-president; AAA. Walter Clarence HUGHES: Blanchard, La. Charles A. HUFFER: Hazen; International Club; Off Campus Alen; Channing Club, vice president; Student Religious Council. Darrell Keith HUTCHINS: Tahlequah, Okla.; 2112 . Sixth Row: Haruhiko IHOCHI: Tokyo, Japan. Michael JAECKER: Mendon. Germany; 2N. Robert N. JONES: L ' l ' E; Fayetteville; OAK; TBIT; 0T; T2, president; Arkansas Engineer, news editor; St. Pat; AIChE, presi¬ dent and vice president. Edwin Roy KELLER, Jr.: Jones¬ boro. Seventh Row: James Upton KING, Jr.; Earle; TIKA. James Kenneth KNIGHT: Perryville: XE; ASCE. Herbert Heaii LAIR: Harrison; HME. Bobby Ray LAYTON: Earle. Charles Edward LEITLE: Aurora, Mo. Charles R. LISTON: Riggsville, Ill. 51 Graduates This is the Pike banner. Jack Coleman rallies around it whenever he ' s running for something. First Row: Walter L. LITTLEJOHN: Magnolia; f AK. Larry LOMBARD: Tulsa, Okla.; AXA; BAT; ART. Donal Adolfo LUNA: Managua, Nicaragua; AIIM; A £fi; International Club; AIIE; Newman Club. James Russell LYNCH: North Little Rock. Heike MAACK: Holstenbek, Germany. Charles Fredrick MARSHALL: Memphis. Tenn.; OAK; BA ' I ' . Second Row : John Elmslie MARTIN: TerreHaute, Ind.; AX2; American Chemical Society. Joseph Buchanan MAYNARD, Jr.: Pine Bluff; James Edward McCAR- ROLL: Sioux Falls, S. D. Hugh M. McCASTLAIN: Little Rock. David Allen McCORKLE: Searcy; Arkansas Society of Civil Engineers; XE. Florence Rieger McCORMICK: Fayetteville. Third Row: Arlyee Gayle McGRAW: DeQueen. Frankie McHAN: Monticello; 2£. Paulette Jenkins McKVER: Fayetteville. Earl A. McKENZIE: Shreveport. La. James Donald McMAHEN: Magnolia. Jerry L. MILEY: Gravette; P2A. Fourth Row: Louise Caudle MOBLEY: Russellville. Joseph L. MOORE: Fayetteville. Thomas Stephen MOORE: Mena; f BIv; H2; TIME ; OAK; DSF. William Baker MOORE: Trumann; AK . Owen Bernard MOSELEY: Rector. Joe H. MURREY, Jr.: Jonesboro; 2N; TKA; AK ' P. Fifth Row: Billy J. Naylor: F inger, Tenn. Charles Mack NEELEY: Fayetteville; 4 BK; TIME. Ted Bryan NICHOLS: Star City. Joe Franklin NIX: Malvern. Kenneth R. OSBORNE. II: Fayetteville; IIKA; 2112; 4 H2. Linda Kathryn OVERSTREET: Little Rock. Sixth Row: Richard B. PARKER: Hot Springs; Phi¬ losophy Club. Robert Dale PARSONS: Springdale. Othelia Daniel PAUL: Fayetteville. Judy Marie PHELPS: Mal¬ vern; Mortar Board; Who’s Who; XA. Frank L. POPE: Yukon, Okla. Norman Buril PRIDDY: North Little Rock; 2N; AK ' P. Seventh Row: Roy Allan REAVES: Malden, Mo. Thomas Salyers REVES, Jr.: El Dorado. Charlotte Ann R1KE: Nashville; Missionarv Baptist Student; Fellowship (MBSF) ; 4 A6. Ray B. ROBBINS: Benton. Wayne L. ROBBINS: Covington. Tenn.; Administrative Assistant to Dean of Arts and Sciences; Head Baseball Coach. 52 Students Reclassified For Draft First Row: Jimmie N. ROGERS: McNeil; Geraldine E. ROSS: Van Euren. Dwarka Das SABU: Jaipur, India. Kenneth Iwau SAKATA: Wailuku, Hawaii. Nada Isabel SAUER: Kansas City, Mo.; F2A. Second Row: Homer Lee SAUNDERS: Fayetteville. William Bruce SAUNDERS: Fayetteville; 2TE, vice presi¬ dent, president; W. A. Tarr Award; Estwing Award. Duane Palmer SCHNEIDER: Bazine, Kansas; AKA; 12A. Roger A. SELPH: Fort Smith; AZ; Animal In¬ dustry Club; Agronomy Club. Ronald Lee SETSER: Decatur; BT2, secretary; BASE, vice president; Accounting Association, vice president; kH2. Third Row: Glenn Walter SHAW: Stewartstown. Pa. Edmund C. SHEARER: Fort Smith. Johnny Lee SHEL¬ BY: Fort Smith; RAZOR BACK, editor; TRAVELER, sports editor; Blue Key; Who’s Who. Dale Tilton SHINN: West Fork. John Harold SHOOK: Bentonville. Fourth Row: Mary Kay SICK: Little Rock; Fulbright, graduate counselor. Thomas Wayne SICKELS: Manila; American Chemical Society. Bobby Lee SMITH: Nash¬ ville; t AK. Kenneth Robert SMITH: Duncan, Okla. James Ira SPARKS: Russellville. Fifth Row: Sandra Gale SPEARS: Southwest City, Mo.; Hotz Hall. John Hopkins STANLEY, Jr.: Augusta; 4 E; AK ' P; Guild Ticker, editor; Inter Fraternity Rush Book, : Who’s Who; IFC; Commerce Guild Executive Council. Dana F. STEWARD: Little Rock. J. W. STEW¬ ART: Booneville; Entomology Club. Sam Joe STEWMAN: Mena. Sixth Row: Clyde Arthur STUART, Jr.: Bradford. Jerry T. SWAIM: Little Rock. Kenner Stephan SWED- BURG: Woodbine, Iowa; Society for Advancement of Management. Richard Wayne TAYLOR: Walnut Ridge. Marland C. THURSTON: Hiwasse; AX2. Seventh Row: Robert Pete TOWNSEND: Little Rock; Blv; IIME. Travis B. TUNNELL, Jr.: Mabelvale; 2S. Aancy Ann WADDELL: Shreveport, La.; Fulbright, gradu¬ ate counselor. Ruth Ann WAITS: Arcadia, La. Manohar Baghunath WANJARI: Nagpur, India. Eighth Row: Sharon Harrelson WERTZ: Fayetteville. Bavid Lee WERTZ: Searcy; AX2, president; American Chemical Society. Charlie E. WESTERMAN: Benton. Billy Eugene WHITE: Blue Eye, Mo. Louis L, WILKERSON: Bine Bluff; TBII; IIT2. Ninth Row: Charles C. WILLIAMS: Denton, Texas; £an B. WILLIAMS: Fort Worth, Texas. Thomas Henry WILSON: Camden; Entomology Club. Stewart A. B RIGHT: Lewisville. Paula Lynn YATES: Center Point. 53 Fraternity Rush Labeled Success First Row: William C. ADAIR, Jr.: Fayetteville; 2N; Blue Key; Who’s Who; Student Senate, president; A0 l , secretary; Student Bar Assn. Byron A. ADAMS: Bath, N. Y. John Douglas ANDERSON: Fayetteville; 2X; Stu¬ dent Senate; Student Bar Association; i AA; Debate Team; Law Review. William H. ARMSTRONG: Smackover; J AA; Student Bar Association. Daniel Eugene BARTELL: North Little Rock; 2X; Student Bar Association; $AA; AK ' F. Second Row: James G. BARTON: Fort Smith; 2X; BA freshman president; BA senior treasurer. Roy Edward BLACK: DeWitt. Frank Wayne BOOTH: Van Buren; $AA. William Harold BOSWELL: Waldo; K2. Joe Keith BRfDGEFORTH: Corning; 211; Student Bar Association. Third Row: John Dudley BRIDGEFORTH: Forrest City, 2AE. Ralph G. BROD1E: Little Rock; Blue Key; Associated Students, president; FAA; Davis Head Resi¬ dent; Asst. Head Resident Upperclass Men. Charles David BJJRNETT: Blytheville; AXA; 4 AA. YDC; Student Bar Assn. James O. BURNETT: Fayetteville, OKA, president; T0T; 4 AA. John E. BUTT: Fayetteville; $AA; Student Bar Assn. Fourth Row: Joseph Henley CALDWELL: Benton. John Neal CANTWELL: Alpena. Walter Bruce CASH: Warren. John S. CHERRY, Jr.: Blytheville. Nancy Bentley CLEM- ENCE: Athens, Ga. Fifth Row: Greene Berry COLVIN, II: Dermott; 2 I E; Student Bar Assn.; All-AA Intramural Football. Mathan Lewis COMBS: Fayetteville; TKE. DonaM Louis CORBIN: Texarkana; 2AE. Walter Barry COX: Forrest City; 4 AA; Student Bar Assn.; Honors Council. Richard Harding DAVIS, Jr.: Stamps; K2, president, secretary; 0T; ASCE; XE, president; TBn, secretary; Blue Key. Sixth Row: Robert Anthony DECLERK: Pocahontas, 2X; BAT ' ; Young Republicans. Douglass DOKE: Houston, Tex.; K2. Troy R. DOUGLAS: Charleston. Chadd La- Nier DURRETT: Strong; AX. James Roland ENGELAGE: Sarcoxie, Mo.; TKE; Student Bar Assn. Seventh Row: Leroy FROMAN: Fayetteville; FAA; Student Bar Assn. Mahlon Gary GIBSON: Fayetteville; Student Bar Assn. Johnny Wesley GILLUM: Gould; Farm¬ house. Andrew G. Ladd GOESL: Texarkana. Eighth Row: Donald Scott GOODNER: Waldron; Circle K. treasurer, board of directors; AX2; Collegiate Academy of Science, treasurer; Razorback Band; Young Democrats; Student Bar Assn. Irving Earnest GREENBERG: Hot Springs. Henry Watt GREGORY: Fayetteville. Joe Twedell GUNTER: Cabot; Young Democrats, executive committee; FAA. David Kearney GUNT: Pine Bluff; FA0. Donis Brooks HAMILTON: Little Rock; Blue Key; Student Bar Assn. Ninth Row: Ralph C. HAMNER: Bradley; 2X; BSBA; 2X, pledge class treasurer, housemanager; OAK, treasurer; AKt, pledge trainer, IFC Rush Committee; Commerce Guild; Entertainment Committee, chairman; Civic Club; Student Bar Assn, citation; 4 AA; Student Court, attorney general. James Robert HANNAH: Harrison; KA; BAT ' ; AKt. John Charles HARRIS: Russellville; FA0; Young Democrats Club. Frederick Daniel HARRELSON: Forrest City; 2AE. Richard Franklin HATFIELD: Helena: 2X, secretary; OAK, president, vice president, secretary; BAT ' ; “A” Club; IIME; Distinguished Military Graduate. 54 Lawyers Moving in is definitely not an activity fathers enjoy. Women ' s dorms should furnish cocktail lounge to keep daddy ' s spirit up. First Row: Floyd Jefferson HAYS, Jr.: Hot Springs; AK ' P; Student Bar Association. William Lee HOPPER: New Carlisle, Ind.; Student Bar Association; 4 AA; Law Review. David T. HUBBARD: Fort Smith; BF2. Jerry Donald JACKSON: Little Rock; 2N; Young Democrats, vice president; Law School Senator. Jimmy Clyde JOHN¬ SON: Mountain Home; IIKA. Second Row : John A. JOHNSON, Jr.: Ellington, Mo. Johnny Louis JOHNSON: Clinton; 2X; PAA; Student Bar Association; OAK; BPS; A ' ML Jimmy Darrell JOYCE: Pine Bluff. Charles Ray KARR: Fort Smith; t AA; Student Bar Association. Eugene T. KELLEY: Fayetteville; Student Bar Association. Third Row: Ward W. KING: Fort Smith. William A. LAFFERTY: North Little Rock; 2X; Cardinal XX. Mike Richard LANDERS: El Dorado; 2X. John Wade LANG¬ STON: Little Rock. Charles Martin LeCOMPTE: Spring- field, Mo.; Student Bar Association. Fourth Row: Tommy Dale LEDBETTER: Harrison. Johnny Ralph LINEBERGER: Texarkana, Tex.; Student Bar Association. Roger Vernon LOGON: Harrison; Stu¬ dent Bar Association; Student Union Publications; Persh¬ ing Rifles; Young Democrats. Philip Kirkland LYON: Warren; Student Bar Association; Young Democrats, State Executive Committee; Pre-Law Clubj U of A Outstand¬ ing Government Student. Richard Lee MAHAN: Fayette¬ ville. Fifth Row: Charles Wayne MATTHEWS: Pine Bluff. John B. MAYES: Blytheville; Blue Key; Scabbard and Made; Marketing Club; Commerce Guild Executive Coun¬ cil; Senior Business Class, president; AKSk; 2X; Student Bar Association. James L. McBURNETT: Pine Bluff; Stu¬ dent Bar Association. Lucian Philip McCLENDON: War- r en; Student Bar Association; Ham Club; Young Re¬ publican Club. George L. McCONNELL, Jr.: Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Josh Edgar McHUGHES: Little Rock. Larry W. MEYER: Mount Vernon. Mo.; 2N; BAT ' ; AH ; Blue Key; IFC. Thomas Ark MONROE: Magnolia. Royce Freeman MOORE: Blytheville; 2N; AKT ' ; Stu¬ dent Bar Association. Henry Clay MOORE: Little Rock; N; Student Bar Association; Law Review, editor. 55 Lawyers Boy scratches nose while contemplating Univer¬ sity ticket policy. Dean Halladay contemplates; George Cole contemplates, contemplates . . . First Row: Henry Carol MORRIS: Horatio; Young Democrats; Student Bar Assn.; Foreign Relations Club, vice president; AKA. Wesley Wayne MORRIS: Spring- field, Mo.; TKE; Student Bar Assn. James Henry NEL¬ SON: North Little Rock; Student Bar Assn. William Leonard OWEN: Little Rock. Jerry Dean PINSON: Harri¬ son; 2AE, president, vice president; Blue Key, secretary; 4 H2; AK ' L, secretary; Student Senate; UofA Athletic Council; Southwest Conference Sportsmanship; Who’s Who. Second Row: Claud R. PREWITT: Tillar; 2AE, presi¬ dent, vice president, board of directors, Missouri-Arkansas Lt. Governor; Circle K, vice president, pledge trainer; A M2, treasurer; Pre-Law Club, housemanager, correspond¬ ing secretary; Young Democrats; Campus Blood Drive, chairman. Richard Lee PROCTOR: Wynne; TKE, treas¬ urer; Student Bar Assn. Carl Edward RAGLAND: Leslie, Farmhouse. Hervert L. RAY: Springdale, 2FL Carroll Reece RENTFRO: Lamar. Third Row: Garland Q. RIDENOUR: Fayetteville; 2AE. Lee ROGERS: Little Rock. Michael G. ROTHMAN: Fayetteville; TKE, sergeant at arms, pledge class; SRC; Canterbury Club. Ted H. SANDERS: Marshall; IIKA; BA ' L; AK ' L; Accounting Assn.; Student Bar Assn.; Civic Club. John P. SHOCKEY: Fayetteville; Student Bar Assn.; Student Senate Entertainment, director; A0 I ; Ac¬ counting Assn. Fourth Row: James Barton SIKES: North Little Rock; Acacia. Harrell A. SIMPSON, Jr.: Pocahontas. Claude W. SKELTON: Berryville. Chester Loy SMITH, Jr.: Rogers; Acacia; I AA; Student Bar; Law Review Staff; 4 0K. James Howard SMITH: Corning; Young Democrats Club. Fifth Row: James V. SPENCER, III: El Dorado, 2AE. David Alan STEWART: Danville. James J. STUMP! : Fort Smith; Student Bar Assn.; 1 AA. Stephen Paul SUNEN- BLICK: Portsmouth, New Hamp. Benny Edgar SWIN¬ DELL: Sixth Row: Bruce D. SWITZER: Crossett; Student Senate; 2X, executive chairman; Blue Key; Young Demo¬ crats, president; Yocum, president; Cardinal XX; Student Court. John T. TATUM: Danville. Jimmy W. TEDFORD: North Little Rock; Yocum. Howard W. TEMPLETON: Pocahontas. Mart VEHIK: Fort Smith; 2 I E; Student Bar Assn.; I AA; Law Review; Phi Alpha Delta, president; Student Court. Seventh Row: Gus B. WALTON, Jr.: Little Rock. George N. WILSON: Pocahontas. Michael Kenneth WIL¬ SON: Jacksonville. Ronald Eugene WORTHEN: Forrest City; ATO; Arnold Air Society; Student Bar Assn. Howard Lee YEAGER: Point Pleasant, W. Va.; Student Bar Assn.; Young Republicans. 56 Seniors First Row: Camille Corin ADAMS: Fayetteville; Edu¬ cation; ZTA; T4 A; 2AI; SNEA. Charles Richard AD¬ COCK: Texarkana; History; Young Republicans, Treas¬ urer. James Robert AIST: Springdale; Botany. Jean Ann AKERS: Memphis; Social Welfare; A All, Secretary; Sophomore Counselor. Phyllis Anne AKINS: Hot Springs; Commercial Art; AAII, Vice President. Second Row: Phyllis M. ALBRECHT: Eureka Springs; Education; AT, Scholarship Chairman; Association of Childhood Education, President; KAII. Evelyn Perdita ALBRIGHT: Fayetteville; Education. Hiram Milton ALEX¬ ANDER: Helena; General Business; 2X; Young Demo¬ crats; Intramural Board of Governors; AK ' P. Rita Irene ALEXANDER: Tulsa; History; AXfi, Chaplain; Young Republicans. Ann Marie ALFORD: Little Rock; English; ZTA, President; Cheerleader; RAZORBACK Associate Editor; Mortar Board; Chimes; Senior Counselor; Senior Class Secretary; Who’s Who. Third Row : Edwin Richard ALLEN: Enid, Okla.; Insurance Real Estate; Wilson Sharp. Deanna Louise AMERINE: Independence, Kan.; Business Education; Off Campus Women. Chester Ray AMIS: Norphlet; Elec¬ trical Engineering; IEEE. Robert M. ANDERSON, Jr.: Bentonville; General Business. Roger Hugh ANDERSON: Bentonville; Marketing. Fourth Row : Roberta Luisa ANGULO: Wichita, Kan.; Bacteriology; AAII, House Manager; Women’s Recreation Association; Young Republicans; Collegiate Academy of Science; National Merit Scholars Club; Dance Workshop. Bruce A. ANTHONY: El Dorado; General Management; K2; Guild Ticker Staff. Garrett Gordan APPLE: Little Rock; Electrical Engineering; TKE. Dewell Iranklin AREY, Jr.: Benton; Architecture. James F. ARNOLD: Fort Smith; Marketing; nKA. Fifth Row : Luis Carlos AROSEMENA: Panama, Re¬ public of Panama; Chemical Engineering; Ripley; AIChE. Linda Joyce ARROYO: Cherry Hill; English Journal¬ ism; Carnall: Press Club; Civic Club; Newman Club; SNEA. Robert D. ARTHUR: Magnet Cove; Chemical En¬ gineering; AX2, Reporter. Outi Sinikka ASTALA: Pori, Finland; English; AXO. Andrea AUSTIN: Subiaco; Zo- °l°gy; AAII, Corresponding Secretary; Senior Counselor; AEA; AWS Judicial Board, Secretary; IAWS Contact Committee, Chairman; Student Senate; Collegiate Academy of Science; People to People, Secretary-Treasurer. Sixth Row : Dennis William AVLOS: Waldron; Pre- Uental; 4 A0. Robert John BAHR: Fort Smith; Pre- Veterinary; William House; TA, Vice President. Steven Michael BAILES: Tulsa, Okla.; Education. Farouk Ahmed BAJOUR: Beirut, Lebanon; Civil Engineering; OT. Alice Lynn BAKER: Little Rock; Art; Hotz. Seventh Row: Charles Wayne BAKER: Southwest City, Mo.; Electrical Engineering; IEEE. Judith Arlene BALD¬ RIDGE: Port Worth, Tex ; English; Xfi, president; Mortar Board; Angel Flight; Chimes; AAA; Civic Club, sec¬ retary; Panhellenic Council; Who’s Who: 4 BK. Donald H. BALL: North Little Rock; Electrical Engineering; William. Kenneth Lee BALLARD: Murfreesboro; Electrical Engineering; Gladson; TBIT; HIvN. Sophs Given Apartment Privileges First Row: James J. BANE: Branson, Mo.; Marketing; nKA. Alice BARNETT: Shreveport, La.; Music and Piano; XO, personel chairman; Senior Counselor in Hotz; Mortar Board; Student Union Movies Committee, chairman; Dean’s List. Pamela Powell BARNETT: Bradley; Home Eco¬ nomics; Agri Wives, president; ASA. Donna Gayle BAR¬ RON: Rogers; Math; AXQ; SNEA, Young Republicans Club; KAII; ITME; Dean’s List. Jerry Neil BARTLETT: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; Davis. Second Row: Melanie Gurisco BARTON: Fort Smith; Elementary Education; IIB4 . Hugh M. BASS: Little Rock; Insurance and Real Estate; 4 A0; Circle K; Marketing Club. John Leland BASSETT: Fayetteville; Architecture. Linn Hemingway BEALKE: St. Louis, Mo.; Economics; TKE. Willis Herrera BEARDALL: Panama City, Panama; Art; TKE; Air Force ROTC Drill Team, commander. Third Row: Tilman BEARDEN: Texarkana; Industrial Engineering; 0T; 1IKA; Engineering Council; AIIE, vice president; 0T, board of governors. Lima Muria BEAVER: rayetteville; Education. Pamela Jeanne BEAVER: Collier¬ ville, Tenn.; Business Teacher Training; 1IB4 , house man¬ ager, membership chairman and treasurer; Young Demo¬ crats Club; X0; Newman Club. Don Deward BEAVERS: Cabot; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Charles Frank BECK: Hope; Animal Science; ASA; AIC. Fourth Row: Robert Lee BELL: Little Rock; Bacteri¬ ology; TKE. William L. BELL: Wynne; Geology; AKA. Beverly Ann BEM1S: Pine Bluff; Business Teachers Train¬ ing. Linda Scott BEM1S: Little Rock; Social Welfare. Barbara Ann BENNETT: Rogers; Home Economics; 4-H House; AGRICULTURIST, co-editor; AHEA, historian; ASA; Sophomore Counselor; Dean’s List. Fifth Row: Susan Linnie BENTON: Salem; Marketing; 4-H House; Civic Club; Marketing Club; W1HC, secre¬ tary. Allen W. BERRY: Harrisburg; Accounting; Sedgwell; BAT, recording secretary; Accounting Association; Sedg¬ well House, president; Men’s Counseling Staff; Men ' s Upperclass Residence Hall Council; Young Republicans Club. Jim Marion BEVIS: Dyersburg, Tenn. Bacteriology; K2. Marylyn Gail BIGGE: Mena; Music; AXI2, social chairman; 2AI; Senior Counselor in Razorback Hall; Dean’s List; Mortar Board; Angel Jb light; Air borce RO ' IC Drill Team Sweetheart; Homecoming Court; AWS Queen of Hearts; AXA, Playmate and Crescent Girl; Razorback Beauty; Arkansas Poultry Princess; Associated Students, secretary; Who’s Who. Michael Douglas BIGGS: Hot Springs; Commercial Art; Men’s Sophomore Council; Counselor in Men’s Dorm; Marching Razorback Band; KKT. Sixth Row: John Morris BILHEIMER: Little Rock; Economics; Acacia, treasurer and president; 4 II2; Cardinal XX; ABC; IFC; Yocum, social chairman. Lewis William BILLINGS: Crossett; Accounting; Sedgwell; Young Re¬ publican’s Club; Accounting Association. Robert Taylor BILLINGSLEY: Palestine; Civil Engineering; Davis; IIME; XE. James H. BIRD: Greenwood; Droke. Lewis E. BISHOP: DeValla Bluff; Mechanical Engineering; Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship. Seventh Row: Russell Owen BLACK: Prairie Grove; Agriculture Business; AIT, president; IFC, president; Who’s Who. William Edwin BLACK: Bentonville; Dis¬ tributive Education; IIKA. Donald Gene BLANKENSHIP: Moscow; Agricultural Business; AZ; Agricultural Eco¬ nomics Club; ASA. Ronald BLANKENSHIP: Moscow; Business; 24 E. Loren Wayne BLEDSOE: Fort Smith; History; Sedgwell House; SNEA, state president and na¬ tional vice president; Young Republicans Club; Sedgwell House, vice president. Eighth Row: Norman O. BLEDSOE: El Dorado; Marketing; Marketing Club; SAM. Carl D. BLYTHE: Jerome; Pre-Optometry; OCM, vice president. Jerome Stephen BOAK: McDonald, Penn.; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Young Republicans Club. Mary Charlotte BOBB: Joplin, Mo.; Social Welfare; Razorback. Robe rt Charles BOLLING: Alma; General Business; ART; Young Re¬ publicans Club. Ninth Row: Drew Taylor BONNER: Mountain Home; Pre-Med. Agar John BOOGART: Mountain Home; Physi¬ cal Education; Yocum Hall. Suzanne D. Booth; Hope; Elementary Education; IIB4 , house manager and social chairman; House Managers Board, chairman; AWS Judic¬ ial Board; AWS Legislative Board; Sophomore Counselor. Michael Joseph BORENGASSER: Fort Smith; Mathe¬ matics. Wallace R. BORGESOW: Hot Springs; Account¬ ing; RAT, treasurer; Dean’s List. 58 Seniors OSU quarterback faces a mighty delimma—charg¬ ing Loyd Phillips and no blockers to stop him. First Row: Ray M. BOUDREAUX: Fayetteville; Music; 2AE; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard Blade; 3 MA; Uarketts; Schola Cantorum; Circle K. Mary Lavender BOWEN: Fayetteville; Home Economics; Agri Students Association; TO, president. Thomas Eugene BOWEN: Fayetteville; Poultry Nutrition. Robert D. BOWLES: Til- lar; Botany and Chemistry. Carol Elizabeth BOWMAN: Little Rockj French; IIB t , corresponding secretary; Peo¬ ple to People; AAA, treasurer. Second Row: James David BOYCE: Pocahontas; Bank¬ ing and Finance; Marketing Club; Young Democrats. Charles L. BOYD: Nashville; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; FEME; HKN; TBII. Jerrell Ray BOYETTE: Carlisle; Industrial Management; SAM. Ann Louise BRAMBL: Fort Smith; Pre Med; Futrall. Ronnie C. BRAMLETT: Fort Smith; English; MIHC; Men’s Sopho¬ more Council. Third Row: M. Jacquelyn BRANDLI: Fayetteville; Psychology; AAII. Jack BRASUELL: Van Buren; Physical Education; IIKA; Varsity Football. Christopher Cloar BRAZIL: Benton; Insurance and Real Estate; 2 hE, house manager, senior marshall; AKT ' ; Circle K; Pre Law Club. James Oral BREWER: Russellville; Civil Engineer¬ ing. Betty BRIDGFORTH: Forrest City; Education; IIB t». Fourth Row: Dennis Wayne BRAGANCE: Waldron; Electrical Engineering. Jack W. BRILEY: Spird, Okla.; Physical Therapy; 211, house m anager; All-Intramural Football. Judy Byrd BRITTENUM: Stuttgart; English and Speech Education; IvKT; Homecoming maid; SNEA; Young Democrats; Sophomore Counselor. Ronald Howard BROCKWELL: Everton; Sociology. Billy Don BROWN: Bald Knob; Electrical Engineering. Fifth Row: David Reed BROWN: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; ASChE. Gilbert Lester BROWN, Jr.: Hope; Agricultural Engineering; William House; ASAE; Engi¬ neering Council; Resident Assistant, Upperclass Housing. Nancy June BROWN: North Little Rock; Education; Futrall. Norma Gene BROWN: Hot Springs; Accounting; AT. Susan M. BROWN: North Little Rock; Journalism and Social Studies; AAA, treasurer, district rush chair¬ man; TRAVELER, Society Editor. Sixth Row: Tootle BROWN: Hot Springs; Art: IIB ; Young Democrats; People to People; Sophomore Counselor. John Alan BRUSHABER: Cave Springs; Botany; 3 H2; Collegiate Academy of Science; I BK. Betty Ann BRY¬ ANT: Hope; Education; IIB . D. Jean BUCHANAN: Prescott; English; Carnall. Lloyd R. BUEHNER: Joplin, Mo.; Business. Seventh Row : Jim C. BUELL: Fort Smith; Electrical Engineering. John Austin BUERCKLIN: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; TKE. Allen Douglas BINGER: Magnet Cove; Industrial Management; SAM; Marketing Club. Lhomas Hays BURNETT: Bentonville; Physical Educa¬ tion; Wilson Sharp; Varsity Football and Track. John J. BURNS: El Dorado; Industrial Engineering; 211, Presi¬ dent, Rush Chairman; 0T; Engineering Council; ABC. 59 Seniors Boy in rear tried to join Batman but had no uniform. He then tried ROTC—still no uniform. First Row: Lyndon Douglas BURTON: Texarkana; Personnel Management; Davis, secretary; Razorback Band; SAM; Young Democrats. P. D. BURTON: Lewisville; finance; 2AE. Halla Jean BUTCHER: Mountain Home; Education; AAA. Kenneth J. BYNUM: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; 2 t E. Charles H. CAGLE: El Dorado; Psy¬ chology; TKE. Second Row: Dina Carol Reynolds CAGLE: El Dorado; English; 2AI; Uarkettes; Futrall, President. Jerry CAGLE: Magnolia; Civil Engineering. Julian D. CAL- HOON: Elaine; Zoology; Yocum. Ken Freeman CAL- HOON: El Dorado; Accounting; 2N. Allen Wayne CAMPBELL: Emerson; Civil Engineering. Third Row: David Wayne CAMPBELL: Forrest City. Johnny Bruce CAMPBELL: Emerson; Civil Engineering. Josephine Anne CAMPBELL: Tulsa, Okla.; Chemistry; AAA. Kenneth W. CAMPBELL: Van Buren; Electrical Engineering. Jerry Eugene CANANT: Perryville; Animal Husbandry; Farmhouse; Animal Husbandry Club, Vice President. Fourth Row: Tommy Wayne CARDIN: Fort Smith; Journalism; AX A, Secretary; LH2; OAK; KTA; TRAVELER, Managing Editor; Student Press Club, Presi¬ dent; Southwest Journalism Congress; Outstanding Junior Journalist. Connie Sue CARNES: Neosho, Mo.; Home Economics; Carnall; AHEA; FTO. James Ronald CARN¬ EY: Bono; Civil Engineering; Acacia; ABC. Raymond Prince CARPENTER: Little Rock; Economics. Young Re¬ publicans, Vice President; Off Campus Men, President; Foreign Relations Club; Pre-Law Club. Michael E. CAR- ROLL: Little Rock; General Business; Humphreys. Fifth Row: Faye Ann CARTER: Malvern; Education; Holcombe. James A. CARTER: Paris; Accounting; Ripley. Robert David CARTER: Little Rock; Mechanical Engi¬ neering; TKE; ITT2; ASME. Sharon Kay CARTER: Little Rock; Sociology; Razorback. Thomas Faye CART¬ ER: Crossett; Mechanical Engineering. Sixth Row: Vaskell Norman CARTER, Jr.: Crossett; Management; Acacia, Treasurer, Board of Governors; Pershing Rifles; A$fi; Young Democrats; SAM. Michael Addison CARVER: Mena; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Sedgwell, President; Arnold Air Society; Student Re¬ ligious Council; Canterbury Club. George Kard CASTER: Wynne; Civil Engineering; ASCE. William Lesse CASTLE¬ BERRY: Jonesboro; Economics. James William CAUDLE: Hope; Agronomy; ATP; Agri Students Association; Agron¬ omy Club. Seventh Row: Patricia Diane CAVER: Little Rock; Hotz. Robert Marshall CEARLEY, Jr.: Little Rock; Psy¬ chology; 2N. Charles Michael CHAFFIN: Jonesboro; Civil Engineering; Sedgwell; Scabbard and Blade; LH2; ASCE. Chao Albert LEE; Philadelphia, Pa.; Electrical Engineer¬ ing; William; IEEE. Edsel Vincent CHAPMAN, Jr.: Til¬ ton; Civil Engineering; Ripley; ASCE; Civic Club. 60 Hogs Open With 12-Game Streak First Row: Robert Steven CHASTAIN: Rogers; Market¬ ing; 2IT. Stephen Edward CHENEY: Lonoke; Civil Engi¬ neering. Maurice Leon CHEVALIER: Joplin, Mo.; Edu¬ cation; TKE; 2AII, vice president; Schola Cantorum; TKE, secretary, rush and activities chairman, treasurer of pledge class. Carol Louise CINA: St. Louis, Mo.; Education; AAII ; IIME. David Alan CLARK: Fayette¬ ville; Architecture. Second Row: Fred CLARK: Marmaduke; Electrical Engineering; William House; IEEE. James Corbin CLARK: North Little Rock; Accounting; Accounting Club. Kenneth J. CLARK: Berryville; Management; AFROTC; SAM, secretary. Lois Elizabeth CLARK: Cedartown, Ga.; Eng¬ lish; XA. Jerry Edward CLEM: Altheimer; Engineering; K2. Third Row: Jerome F. CLIMER: North Little Rock; Public Administration; Sedgwell; YRC, president: Head Resident Assistant; Upperclass Hall Advisor; Election Committee, Associated Students: GUILD TICKER, Adver¬ tising Manager. Dorothy Lynn CLTNEHENS: Fayetteville; Marketing. Doris Jean CLINGAN: Fort Smith; Psychology; XO. Charles Stanley COBB: Fayetteville; History; MI2. Franklin Harold COCHRAN: Corning; Economics; Acacia; $H2; IIME. Fourth Row: Gary Earl COCHRAN: Portland; Agri¬ culture Economics. James Rock COFFIELD: Stuttgart; Marketing; AXA; YDC, social chairman, executive board; AX A. social chairman, executive board; Commerce Guild, treasurer; Student Senate. Jack Davis COHEN: Helena; Speech and Dramatics; William House; Schola Cantorum, ROTC, band commander; YDC; National Collegiate Play¬ ers. Warren G. COINER, Jr.: Gentry; Mechanical Engi¬ neering; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers. Charles E. COLE, Jr.: Paragould; General Business; 2N. Fifth Row: Joy LaRue COLE: Hot Springs; Social Wel¬ fare. Marvin Lynn COLE: Yellville; Animal Husbandry; Dean’s List; AZ; Animal Industry Club; Livestock Judg¬ ing Team; AIT. Michael Dortch COLEMAN: Blytheville; Pre-Med; 2X; t BK. Theodore Hurst CONLEY: Moun¬ tain Home; General Business; Davis; SAM; Commerce Guild. James Michael CONNELL: Fayetteville; Electrical Engineering. Sixth Row: Orval L. COOK: Cleveland, Okla.; Market¬ ing: Varsity Basketball; Marketing Club. Roger Curtis COOK: Fort Smith; Geology. Sarah Elizabeth COOK: Wasco, Calif.; Spanish; Futrall; 2ATT. William R. COOK: Wynne; K2. Catherine Elaine COOPER: Melbourne; Ele¬ mentary Education; Carnall; Schola Cantorum; KAIL Seventh Row: George R. COPPAGE: Fayetteville; Eng¬ lish; 2N; FII2; AEA; Cardinal XX; Arnold Air Society. Rosalyn Sue CORDELL: Little Rock; Marketing; X0; Marketing Club; Advertising Club; Commerce Guild. Robert Michael CORLEY: Little Rock; Chemistry; $A0. Dale G. COSGROVE: Fayetteville; Finance; Acacia. Con¬ nie C. COTHRAN: Marvell; Arts and Sciences. Eighth Row : Charles Dean COVEY, III: Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; Chemical Engineering; Sedgwell; Humphreys, treasurer; International Club, secretary; Foreign Relations Club; AlChE, corresponding secretary; A D. Charles Foster COX: Minden, La.; Banking and Finance; AXA. Danny Joe COX: Van Buren; Chemical Engineering; Acacia, president; I H2, vice pres.; OAK; AIChE; Stu¬ dent Senate; IFC. Herman Bailes COX: Texarkana; Gov¬ ernment; YDC; Marching Razorbacks. Don B. COZART: Fort Smith; Accounting; Accounting Association. Ninth Row: Thomas A. CRAIG: McGehee; Vocational Agriculture; AT A. John Atkins CRAIN: Hope; Sociology; 2N. Regina Rae CRAIN: Fort Smith; Business; AT. Donnie Dean CRAWFORD: Harrisburg; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Linda Wakefield CREEL: Shreveport, La.; History; XD. MM Red Chinese Troops Invade India First Row: James Daniel CROWNOVER: Clinton; Civ il Engineering. Carol Ellen CULP: Fort Smith; Journalism; KKT; AAA. Barbara L. CUPPLES: North Little Rock; Education; AP. Elaine CIJRRY: Hot Springs; English; AAII, Treasurer; Young Democrats. Leroy S. CURTIS: Little Rock; Chemistry; Collegiate Academy of Science; Student Association American Chemical Society. Second Row: Tani CZAROWITZ: Temple, Tex.; Eng¬ lish; ZTA. Sandra Gayle DAHLKE: Mountain Home; Sociology; Razorback. Charles Edward DAILY: Fayette¬ ville; Management; SAM. Terry R. DAKE: Rocky Com¬ fort, Mo.; History; TKE, President. Joseph Paul DAL- MASSO: DeValls Bluff; Bacteriology; Buchanan. Third Row: Patricia Kathleen DANIEL: Fort Smith; Education; AAA; Women’s Recreation Association; Young Democrats. Dixie Ann DAVID: Rogers; Social Studies and English; Futrall. Delmar Lee DAVIS: Tulsa, Okla.; Industrial Engineering; AIIE; IIME; Young Democrats; ABC. Helen R. DAVIS: Coal Hill; Accounting; Futrall. Jerry Lee DAVIS: Fort Smith; Psychology; K2; PX, president. Fourth Row: Leo Carson DAVIS: Mountain Home; Zoology; Droke. Nancy Jane DAVIS: Kansas City, Kan.; Art; AT, rush chairman; Young Democrats; Sophomore Counselor. Hilbert Dwayne DEAN: Eagle Lake, Fla.; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Charles D. DEARIEN: Fayette¬ ville; General Business. James Milton DEER: Leola; Ani¬ mal Science; Davis Hall; Animal Industry Club; Agri Students Association. Fifth Row: Harold H. DENNIS, Jr.: Magnolia; Educa¬ tion. Charles Edward DENVER: Gravette; Agronomy; Farmhouse, vice president; Animal Industry Club; Agron¬ omy Club; Poultry Judging Team. Raymond V. DeSALVO: Marianna; Industrial Management. Robert William DEWEY: Fountain, Fla.; Bacteriology. Caroline Monroe DeWOLFE: Fort Worth, Tex.; English; Futrall. Sixth Row: Lon Russel DICKSON, Jr.: Colorado Springs, Col.; Accounting; Davis. Charles Henry DIGBY: Norphlet; Accounting. Karen Kay DIGBY: Gentry; Edu¬ cation. Margaret Ellen DILDY: Little Rock; Chemistry; KKT. George Lawson DOCKERY, Jr.: Fayetteville; Civil Engineering. Seventh Row: Mary Bell DODD: Hot Springs; History; ZTA. David Leroy DODGEN: Blue Eye, Mo.; Mechanical Engineering. Judith Kaye DONALDSON: Fort Smith; English; Carnall. Dorothy E. DORTCH: Scott; Mathe¬ matics; Futrall, social chairman; ITME; Collegiate Acad¬ emy of Science; AAA; Sophomore Counselor. Elizabeth Anne DOUGLAS: Ashdown; Education; AAA. Eighth Row: Raymond Eugene DOWNING: Fort Smith; Civil Engineering. Dennis Leroy DUGGAN: Gillham; Agri¬ culture Education. Carolyn Ann DUKE: Fayetteville; Bac¬ teriology. Charles R. DUKE: Texarkana; Electrical Engi¬ neering; HIvN, president; TBIT; National Science Founda¬ tion Undergraduate Scholarship. James Albert DUKE: Magnolia; Engineering. Ninth Row: Barbara DUNAWAY: Fort Worth, Tex.; Education; ZTA. Georgena Demarious DUNCAN: Fayette ville; History; AXQ. T A0; AT, historian; T BK Marianne G. DUNN: Fayetteville; Education. John Clifford DWYER: Yellville; Psychology. Harold Wayne DYER: Nashville; Physical Education; Physical Education Majors Club. 62 Seniors Note: This is the student seating section. Notice: There are no students here. Note: Administration is still contemplating the football ticket policy. First Row: Richard Arnold DYKMAN: Little Rock; Architecture; Ripley. Thomas Joseph EBDON, III: Balboa, Panama Canal Zone; Electrical Engineering; Sedgwell. Carolyn Elaine EDDY: Fayetteville; English. Gayle Ann EDMONDSON: Cassville, Mo.; Math and Science Edu¬ cation; ZTA, vice president and pledge trainer; Young Democrats; SNEA; Sophomore Counselor. Jim R. ED¬ WARDS: Bentonville; Zoology; Farmhouse. Second Row: William Howell EDWARDS, Jr.: Jack¬ sonville; Management; 2 i E; Arnold Air Society, com¬ mander. Roland ELDER: Cherokee Village; Marketing; 2 t E, vice president. Thomas Perry ELFTER: Hot Springs; Psychology; f A0. Terry Wayne ELKINS: Fayetteville; Education. Nelson P. ELLIOTT: Little Rock; General Business; Ripley. Third Row: Nancy Anne ELLIS: North Little Rock; English; A All. Marion Eugene ELMORE: North Little Rock; Engineering. James Fletcher EPES: Helena; Botany: K2; Scabbard and Blade. E. Hunter EPPERSON: North Little Rock: Electrical Engineering; William. Linda Lucille EPPERSON: Fort Smith; Education. Fourth Row: Linda Louise ESKUE: Pine Bluff; Busi¬ ness Education; Futrall; X0, president; Marketing Club; SNEA. Robert Adrian ETIEN, Jr.: Benton; Industrial Engineering; AXA; TBIT, secretary; AnM, vice presi¬ dent; AIIE; Scabbard and Blade; 0T. Ira Donald EU¬ BANKS: Fort Smith; Psychology. Arthur Fov EVANS: Monette: Pre-Dental; Sedgwell. Frances JoAnn EVERETT: Otley; Phvsical Education; Fulbright, graduate counselor; Womens Recreation Association, vice president; SNEA; Physical Education Majors Club. Fifth Row: Tom Wesley EVERITT: Crossett; Man¬ agement; Yocum, Men’s Counseling Staff; Sophomore Council: Arkansas Accounting Association; SAM. Walter Robert FABINSKY: Alexandria, Va.; Marketing; ITKA; Marketing Club.; Young Democrats. Michael P. FAIR- HEAD: Jonesboro; Management; Circle K, vice presi¬ dent; Distinguished Military Student; SAM, vice presi¬ dent. William Douglas FAITH: Searcy; Pre Medical. Don R. FALDON: Fort Smith; Marketing. Sixth Row: Lyn Dieter FALK: Jonesboro; Education; AAA, vice president; Newman Club; Young Democrats. James Winston FARRAR: Monticello; Architecture. George C. FAUCETTE: Fayetteville; Marketing; SN. Thomas Arthur FEILKE: Stuttgart: Banking and Finance; SN, president; MT2; Cardinal XX; AIOI ' ; Blue Key. Sidney Walter FERGUSON: Memphis, Tenn.; Electrical Engi¬ neering; Buchanan. Seventh Row: Jerry Holbert FERRIER: Fayetteville; Accounting; Dean’s List; Accounting Association. Conley Wayne FIKES: Pine Bluff; Architecture. Horace James FIKES: Pine Bluff; Transportation; ARSE, vice president. Larry Don FINCHER: Stephens; Electrical Engineering; Gladson. Michael Francis FINEFIELD: Little Rock; Architecture. 63 Seniors . . . And this next senior has been a real good player for us for six years . . . really good . . . Bobby ... er ... Bob ... he is good. . . er. First Row : Frank Eugene FINN: Springdale; Market¬ ing; Newman Club; Marketing Club. Allen S. FITZ¬ GERALD: Paragould; Accounting; Humphreys, resident assistant; Accounting Association, treasurer; BA ' F. Rena Kay FLANAGAN: Springdale; English; SNEA. Sara Lynn FLEMING: Fayetteville; Government; AAA. William J. FLETCHER: Scott; General Business; K2. Second Row: William Carl FLOERSCH: Galesburg, Ill.; Finance; 2N. John Sidney FOGG: Widener; Manage¬ ment; K2; 0T. Joseph Wayne FORBES: Springdale; Education. Katie Marie FORD: Lake Village; Social Wel¬ fare; Futrall, president, senior counselor; Sophomore Counselor. Carol Jean FOSTER: Charlotte, N. C.; Eng¬ lish and Speech; AT: Futrall, senior counselor; St. Patricia. Third Row: Ronald Oscar FOWLER: Blytheville; Mathematics; Sedgwell; nME. Bonnie Jean FOW: Rus¬ sellville: Home Economics Education; 4-H House, secre¬ tary: AHEA, historian; 4 T0. Emery Louis FEANCTS, Jr.: Blytheville; Electrical Engineering; Sedgwell. Marilyn Marie FRANCIS: Little Rock; Education; nB £. Marvin D. FRANKS: Decatur; Mathematics. Fourth Row: Mary Ann FRANKS: Pocahontas; Phy¬ sical Education. Carol Ann FRANKUM: Blytheville: Edu¬ cation; AAn. Stanley V. FRENCH: North Little Rock; Industrial Engineering; Buchanan. Robert William FREY- ALDENHOVEN: Morrilton; Chemical Ensfi ering: Wil¬ liam; Newman Club. Lester Jacob FRIEDBERG: Boston, Mass.: Social Welfare and Sociology; Student Religious Council; Sociology Club. Fifth Row: Ralph H. FRYE: Fort Smith; Industrial Engineering: AIIE; AIDI: Sociotv of Automotive Engi¬ neers. Carolyn Francis FIJNKHOUSER: Fayetteville; Business. Martha Alice GADBERRY: Crossett: Speech; AAA, president; Senior Counselor; M°rtar Board; Who’s Who. John N. GALBRAITH: Magnolia; Zoology; AEA. Jean Justin GARDENHIRE. Jr.: Rogers; History; TTKA. Sixth Row: David Gerald GARDNER: Little Rock; Electrical Engineering; AXA, president, rush chairman: 0T. board of governors: Student Directory, editor and business manager; Blue Key, treasurer; Student Senate; Board of Publications; Engineering Council; IEEE. .Tosenh E GARDNER: Fayetteville; Civil Engineering; ASCE; Married Students Association, vice president. Charles Michael GARLINGTON: El Dorado: English; 2N. board of governors and pledge trainer. Cecil R. CARMAN: Gravette; Electrical Engineering. Sol Martin GARRETT: Corning; Mathematics: Humphreys, Counselor; TA, vice president; f H2; IIME. Seventh Row: Cecil Ray GASH: England; Account¬ ing; Arkansas Accounting Association, treasurer; BA ' P, president. William J. GASKIN: El Dorado; Architecture; 2X; American Institute of Architects. Jim L. GATTIS: Ozark; Electrical Engineering. Randy Mearl GUAWAIN: Garfield; Poultry Husbandry; Farmhouse. Eddie Everett GAY: Springdale; Agricultural Engineering. 64 Mullins Releases New Union Plans First Row : J. Lonnie GIBSON: Fayetteville; Mathe¬ matics; Larry Jay GIBSON: Bartlesville, Okla.; Business. George Otto GIEROW: Hot Springs; Civil Engineering; AKA. Constance Kay GILBERT: Colt; Mathematics; Holcombe. Kenneth Lee GILBERT: Watson; Entomology. Second Row : Bette Ann GILCHRIST: Fort Smith; Art; Carnall; SNEA. Paula Catherine GILES: Little Rock; Art; Holcombe, vice president. K. M. Steven GILLESPIE: Fort Smith; Finance; 2N; AKSk. Kay GILLILAND: Lewis¬ ville; Physical Education; ZTA. Martin Edward GILLI¬ LAND: Harrison; General Business. Third Row : Cherrie Dawn GILLIS: Newtown. Conn.; Political Science; AT. Jon Stanley GINGERICH: Guidon; Electrical Engineering; Droke; Arnold Air Society, com¬ mander; Civic Club; Men’s Counseling Staff. David McGee GLOVER: Malvern; Government; T A0; Associated Stu¬ dents, president; Student Senate, president, pro temnora; Who’s Who; Blue Key. Rita Janette GLOVER: Little Rock; Spanish; AAn, president. A. Peyton GOLDEN. Ill: Batesville; Banking and Finance; 2X; Chancery Club, treasurer; Young Democrats; Commerce Guild; All Intra¬ mural Basketball. Fourth Row: Karen Lynn GOODE: Stephens; Educa¬ tion; ZTA; SNEA. Ruth Parker GOODMAN: Rolla; Home Economics. Charles Eugene GOODNER: Waldron; Management. Linda Anne GOODWIN: El Dorado; Edu¬ cation; AAIT. registrar; ACEI; Young Republicans. Cale R. GOSSIEN: North Little Rock; Civil Engineering; Sedgwell. Fifth Row: John Buck GRADDY: Clinton; General Business; nKA. Marilyn Frances GRAHAM: Flippin; Eng¬ lish and History; Razorback; SNEA; World History As¬ sociation. Bennie Breese GRANT: West Monroe, La.; Marketing; KKT, rush chairman; Futrall, secretary; first runner-up to Miss University of Arkansas. Tommy Jo GREEN: Magnolia; Physical Education. Murrey Lonn GRIDER: Pine Bluff; Mechanical Engineering; Acacia. Sixth Row: Frankie Rav GRIFFIN: Newark; Mathe¬ matics. Marv Ella GRIFFIN: Fort Smith; Education; Razorback. William N. GRIMMETT: Little Rock; Market¬ ing; 2N. Albert Wayne GROCE: Wilmar; Animal Nu¬ trition: Animal Industry Club; AZ. David Weldon GROUNDS: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Seventh Row: Charles Alvin GUESS: San Angelo, Tex.; Architecture; Wilson Sharp; Varsity Basketball. Carl Douglas HACKELTON: Gould; Marketing. Micheal A. HAGGARD: Houston, Tex.; Finance; 2AE. Newton L. HATLEY . Jr : Rogers; Architecture; Acacia; AIA. James Herman HALFORD: Hot Springs; Marketing. Eighth Row: Milton Wayne HALFORD: Fayetteville; Accounting; Arkansas Accounting Association, secretary. Linda Lcuise HALL: Little Rock; Physical Education; AT, second vice president; Women’s Recreation Associ¬ ation, state secretary; Physical Education Majors’ Club, treasurer. Bonnie Mack HAMILTON: Little Rock; Eng¬ lish. Jack William HAMILTON: Little Rock; Civil Engi¬ neering; ASCE: Harbin Jane HAMMERS: Fayetteville; Journalism; Futrall. Ninth Row: Virginia Cecile HAMNER: Bradley; Phys¬ ical Education; AAA, chaplain; Senior Counselor; KAIT; AAA; Mortar Board; Civic Club. Gerald Lee HARP; Springdale; Marketing. Cheryl Ann HARPER: Tulsa, Okla.; Education; Xfi. Robert Thomas HARRIELL, Jr.: North Little Rock; Civil Engineering; AKA; Blue Key; MIHC, president; Student Senate; Board of Publications; Student Court, associate justice; Yocum Hall, counselor. Betsy Snyder HARRIS: Dardanelle; Speech; XD. UA Enrollment Tops 9300 Mark First Row: Howard Stanley HARRIS: Pine Bluff; Mechanical Engineering; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers. Imagene HARRIS: Springdale; Education. John Paul HARRIS: Huntsville; Marketing. Wayland Alvin HARRIS: Pine Bluff; Electrical Engineering; HKN, vice president, TBIT; IIME. James Alfred HARROD: Pine Bluff; Marketing. Second Row : Nancy Carolyn HARROD: Little Rock; Art; AT; Panhellenic Council, vice president, secretary; TRAVELER, associate news editor. William Thomas HARROD: Pine Bluff; Psychology; Blue Key; B0II; 4 X, treasurer; Student Government Handbook, editor; XE; TRAVELER, feature editor. Byra Bliss HART: Paris; Education; SNEA, president; AT. B. Ann HART: West Memphis; Marketing; AAII; Marketing Club; ABC. James Kenneth HART: Paris; Industrial Engineering; MO. Third Row: Larry James HARTSFIELD: Pine Bluff; English; Who’s Who. Linda Dyer HARTSFIELD: Mineral Springs; Education; SNEA. Aubrey Eaton HARVEY, III: Fayetteville; Mathematics. Juanita Ann HASTINGS: Sul¬ phur Springs: Home Economics Education; Carnell; AHEA. Paul Dean HASTINGS: Fayetteville; Architecture. Fourth Row : Charles Daniel HATFIELD: Hope; Civil Engineering; William, treasurer; ASCE. Ruben W. HAYE, Jr.: North Little Rock; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Charles Donald HEASTON: Cotter; Accounting. Carol HEATH- MAN: Harrisburg; Business Education; AAII. Leon Orlan HEDGER: Jonesboro; General Business. Fifth Row: Delbert Neil HELM: Lincoln; Industrial Engineering. John Wayne HENDERSON: Little Rock; Industrial Management. James Harrell HENLEY: Mc- Gehee; Management; 24 E; SAM. Raymond Edward HER¬ MAN: Fordyce; Electrical Engineering; William, Counsel¬ ing Staff. Margaret Ann HILE: Clearfield, Penn.; Educa¬ tion; Futrall. Sixth Row: Norma Ruth HIPP: Prim; Home Eco¬ nomics; 4-H House, vice president; AHEA; WIHC. George William HIRSCH: Amarillo, Tex.; Civil Engineering; AX A; TBII; XE; Engineering Council; ASCE; Dean’s List. Harryette HODGES: Newport; Economics; XQ. Nor¬ man Leycester HODGES, Jr.: Pine Bluff; Political Sci¬ ence and History; Pre-Law Club; Young Democrats. John Carroll HOGAN: Morrilton; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Seventh Row: Edwin HOGGARD: Conway; Archi¬ tecture; AIA. Hubert HOLCOMBE, Jr.: Fort Smith; In¬ dustrial Engineering; 2 £E, social chairman; AI1E; Young Democrats. Carman Virginia HOLDER: Little Rock; Gen¬ eral Business; Razorback; WIHC, vice president and social chairman. Dianne HOLLEY: Little Rock; Education; XS2, vice president; ACEI, treasurer; Sophomore Counselor; SNEA. A. L. HOLLINGSWORTH, Jr.: Fayetteville; Ac¬ counting. Eighth Row: Allen Keith HOLLOWAY: Griffithville; Education; Sedgwell; SNEA; Resident Advisor. Kathy HOLLOWAY: El Dorado; English and Journalism; KKT, second vice president; Senior Counselor; Fulbright, sec¬ retary. Randol Webb HOOPER: Des Arc; Mechanical Engineering; Yocum, Men’s Counseling Staff; 2AE; 4 H2; IIME; TIT2; TBII ; Student Senate; Engineering Council; Dean’s List. Marylee Lasley HOOVER: Little Rock; Education; Xil; SNEA; ACEI; Young Republicans. David E. HOPSON: DeQueen; Pre-Veterinary; ATP, vice president; AZ; Animal Industry Club. Ninth Row: Mike Wells HORNSBY: Wagoner, Okla.; Management; AXA; SAM; ABC. Charles Edward HORTON: Gentry; General Business. John Hornor HOWE: Helena; Insurance and Real Estate; ZX, rush chairman. William H. HOWELL: Fort Smith; Accounting; 4 A0; BA F; OAK; Accounting Club. Bettie Farrar HUDSON: Russellville; Romance Languages; ZTA, house manager; Young Democrats; SNEA; ABC. 66 Seniors Daughter of above fair hawker just saw her first sharp college man. Pa contemplates ways to fix his game even more than usual. First Row: Doyle Murphy HUGHES: Malvern; In¬ dustrial Management; BSU. Stephen Jay HULL: Emerson; Poultry Nutrition; AZ; ASA; Animal Industry Club, presi¬ dent; Borden’s Agricultural Scholarship. Dennis E. HULSE: Arlington, Tex.; Chemical Engineering; AX2. Davidson Herbert HUMPHREYS: Hot Springs; Agronomy; Hum¬ phreys; Who’s Who; Blue Key, secretary; Student Senate; AT A; MIHC, associate justice, president; resident assist¬ ant; Wesley Foundation, treasurer; Student Religious Council; Agronomy Club; Associated Students Executive Council. Charles S. HUNT: Lafe; Mechanical Engineer¬ ing; William. Second Row: Richard Jack HUNT: Smackover; Physi¬ cal Education; Wilson Sharp. Henley Alexander HUNTER: Shreveport, La.; History and English; Sedgwell; t A0, president; Sophomore Council; Dean’s List; Upperclass Advisory Council. Judy Gail HUNTLEY: Western Grove; Physical Education; Razorback. Jane HURD: Trumann; English; Holcombe. Geonre D. HURLEY: El Dorado; Economics; 2X; Who’s Who. Third Row: Nancy Alva HURST: Hot Springs; Speech and Home Economics; AAA; Civic Club; AHEA; ASA; DC; AAA, rush chairman. Jim Warren HYDEN: Spring- dale; Accounting; 2X; BA ' P; Pre-Law Club; 2X, treas¬ urer and house manager. Jackie Lee INMAN: Green Forrest: Math; William; ITME: YRC; Upperclass Ad¬ visory Council. Charles Edward ISOM: North Little Rock; General Business. Richard E. IVY: Bentonville; Poultry; farmhouse; AZ; ASA; Animal Industry Club. Fourth Row: Gary Wayne JACKSON: St. Louis, Ill.; Electrical Engineering. Nan Ellen JACKSON: Fayetteville; Architecture; nB4 ; AIA; ABC; YRC. Jerry Glvnn JAMES: Searcy; Banking and Finance; SAM. Jacki Lee JAMESON: Smackover; English; AT; AT; SAIT; ABC; SNEA, historian; AT. vice president and pledge trainer, house manager; AWS Legislative Board and Finance Com- uiittee: SU Music Committee and Scholarship Committee. Paul Edwin JEFFUS: Camden; Pre-Law. Fifth Row: Joyce Darene JENNINGS: Fayetteville; Secondary Education; AAA; IIME; KAIT; t AB. Ronald Hardv JETER: Altheimer; Business; 2AE. Michael L. [OFFE: Whittier, Calif.; Marketing. Jacquelyn Ann JOHNS: Little Rock; Mathematics; AAA, WRA chairman; VDC. Carol Elizabeth JOHNSON: Crossett; Speech; XD. Sixth Row: C. Dale JOHNSON: Springdale; Electrical Engineering: IEEE; TBn: TIKN. Dudley B. JOHNSON: Osceola: Mechanical Engineering; TBIT; JITS. Dwight filler JOHNSON: Osceola; Electrical Engineering; AXA; IEEE; YDC. Judy McNeal JOHNSON: Fayetteville; Re¬ becca Helen JOHNSON: Benton; English; KKT; AWS Queen’s Committee. Seventh Rc w: Wesley Sherman JOHNSON: Spring- field Mo.; Banking and Finance; SN; Cardinal XX: Deans List; Blue Key; AK ' k, vice president; RAZOR- BACK, business manager; Who’s Who; IFC; Business ho°], sophomore representative, junior treasurer. Arite JONES: Russellville; Marketing; AAA. Jeanette JONES: Hm ? ston. Tex.; Elementary Education; AXQ. Michael D. JONES: Mineral Springs; Agricultural Engineering; AKA; Engineering Council; ASAE, vice president, and treasurer; AE; TBn. Robert Lee JONES, III: Fort Smith; Pre- Law; snE; IFPC; IFC; Pre-Law Club; Student Union Committee; S ' PE, social chairman. 67 Seniors A large percentage of the success of the UofA ' s Theatre presentations rests with the lighting and sound technicians backstage. First Row: Richard Andrew JONES: Strong; Electrical Engineering. Gail Mary JOYNER: Virginia Beach. Va.; Elementary Education. Wanda Yancey JUNKERSFELD: Little Rock; Elementary Education. Floye KALE: Marvell; Elementary Education; IIB I ; Sophomore Counselor; IFPC, treasurer; WRA, representative; Gaebale Committee, 1965; NEA Club. Joe Neil KEETON: Mansfield; Architecture; AIA. Second Row: Edith Ann KENDALL: Carthage, Mo.; Music; AXfi. Lemuel Iiarriss KERR, II: El Dorado; Eco¬ nomics; 2N; Canterbury Club; ASME: Sammy W. KERR: Gravette; Vocational Agriculture; ATP. Garland M. KERSH. Jr.: Bentonville; Zoology; BBB. Kenneth Lee KESTERSON: Pine Bluff; Pre-Med. Third Row: Don W. KETCHESIDE: Russellville; Civil Engineering. John Robert KIDD: Hot Springs; Mechanical Engineering; ASME; Arnold Air Society. Robert Paul KING, Jr.: Louisville: General Business; SAM; YDC. Ronnie Edward KINGSTON: Paragould; Psychology. Bill Thomas KINNEMAN: Siloam Springs; Accounting; AKA. Fourth Row: Elbert Richard KIRBY: Gillham; Me¬ chanical Engineering. Carolyn Lee KIRK: Atlanta, Tex.; Secondary Education. David W. KIRK: El Dorado; Market¬ ing; IIKA; Marketing Club; MIHC: IRAVELER, circu¬ lation manager. Thomas Joseph KIRK: Paragould; In¬ dustrial Engineering; American Institute of Industrial Engineers, president; AIIM; Engineering Council; 2X; 0T. Georgia Ann KIRSCH: Fayetteville; Elementary Edu¬ cation. Fifth Row: George Thomas KITCHENS, III: Kremrn- ling. Colo.; Accounting. Roy E. KIZZIA: Hot Springs; Industrial Engineering; AKA. William Grady KNIGHT. Jr.: Little Rock; General Business; 2N, intramural man¬ ager; Marketing Club. David Ernest KNOERNSCHILD: Lamar; Mechanical Engineering. William Colon KYZER: Jacksonville; Management; ILKA, assistant rush chair¬ man, pledge president, pledge trainer; AKT, treasurer. Sixth Row: Becky LACEWELL: Crossett; Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union Executive Council; SNEA: ACET. William E. LACEWELL: Paragould; Busi¬ ness. Carolyn E. LAMB: Fort Smith; Elementary Edu¬ cation; KAII; SNEA. Terrance E. LAMB: Fort Smith; Civil Engineering; ASCE, treasurer; XE, secretary; TBIT, membership committee chairman; Student Union Govern¬ ing Board, chairman; Married Students Association, presi¬ dent. Lynda Ann LANCASTER: Fayetteville; Dietetics. Seventh Row: David L. LAND: Walnut Ridge; Psy¬ chology. Elizabeth LANDERS: Batesville; Math; AT. Wil¬ liam Hayden LANDERS: El Dorado, Pre-Med; 2X, pledge trainer, YRC. Milton LANE: Fayetteville; Management; YRC; Amateur Radio Club, vice president, secretary; Dean’s List. Diane Allen LARRISON: Little Rock; Eng¬ lish: Who’s Who; Student Senate, secretary; Associated Students, secretary; AAA; AT; Mortar Board, treasurer; Sophomore Counselor; Fulbright, vice president; Newman Club, secretary; Xft, pledge class president, personnel chairman; AWS Executive Board; Cam pus Chest; Civic Club. 68 Viet Nam War Escalates Rapidly First Row: James Hosea LARRISON, Jr.: Little Rock; Law; Student Bar Association; 4 AA Law Fraternity. Eddie LASSITER: Fort Smith; Marketing. Frances Ilene LAWR¬ ENCE: Shields, Kan.; Home Economics; 4-H House. Bar¬ bara Ann LEAK: Rogers; Elementary Education. Carla Atalie LEBEDEFF: Joplin, Mo.; Spanish and Music; AXf ; Dean’s List; AAA; AEII ; SAI, membership chair¬ man; TB2, president. Second Row: Marvin McCoy LEDGERWOOD: Fort Smith; Mathematics; Gregson. Gary Owen LEE: North Little Rock; Mechanical Engineering; Yocum; AKA; Men’s Sophomore Counci], treasurer; Drill Commander Army ROTC; Distinguished Military Student. India Robin¬ ette LEE: Fayetteville; Elementary Education; ACEI. Lois Myreta LEEK: Dumas; Speech and Speech Therapy; AAA, chaplain; Sophomore Counselor; Dean’s List; Stu¬ dent Union Talent Committee; AWS Finance Committee; Mortar Board, scholarship chairman; Gaebale Publicity Committee. Lynn Morris LEEK: Dumas; Chemical Engi¬ neering; I A0; OAK; TBII; IIME; T2, president; Cardinal XX; 4 H2; Engineering Council; AIChE; Circle K. Third Row: Ruth Ann LEIDY: Noel, Mo.; Elementary Education; TB2; Razorback Band. William Charles LEIDY: Little Rock; Music Education; KKT% treasurer. Donald Elwin LEWIS: Magnolia; Civic Engineering; IBIl; HKN; ASCE. Robert David LEWIS: Sylvan Hills; Law; Buchanan. Toni Ann LILLEY: Jonesboro; Account¬ ing. Fourth Row: James E. LINDSEY: Forrest City; Math; Wilson Sharp, president; Varsity Football; OAK; Who ' s Who. Orland Tarver LINEBARIER, Jr.; Camden; Market¬ ing; 2AE; Marketing Club. Sue Ann LITTLE: Benton- v ille; English and Social Studies; AXO; BSU, secretary; International Club; YDC; SNEA. Judith Ann LOFTON: Joplin, Mo.; Physical Education; Futrall; PEM Club; SNEA. Fransan LOGAN: Blytheville; Elementary Edu¬ cation; AAA. Fifth Row: John William LOHMAR: Fayetteville; Mathematics; Davis; A M1, vice president and social chair¬ man; Men’s Sophomore Counselor; MIHC. Dennis Lynn LONG: Fayetteville; Marketing. Kneath E. LOOMIS, Jr.: Banks; Civil Engineering. Milton Raymond LUEKEN: Little Rock; General Business; I A0, vice president, sec¬ retary, warden; AKSk; Marketing Club; Newman Club; ABC; IFPC; 4 H2. Robert Eyre LUNN: Friendship, N. Y.; General Business. Sixth Row: Mollie Tribble LYLE: Grady; Elementary Education. W. D. LYLE, Jr.: Star City; Electrical Engi¬ neering; TBII; IIME; HKN; IEEE. David Ray LYON: j °rt Smith; Economics. Martin Olin MACHEN, Jr.: Vil¬ lage; Industrial Management; AIIE; SAM. David Robin- son MAGNESS: Branson, Mo.; Accounting; William; ARvp; William House treasurer; Sophomore Counselor. Seventh Row: Madeline MAHER: Tulsa, Okla.; Ele¬ mentary Education; AT, secretary; 2AI; KAH; AAA; SNEA. Marshall Kent MAILEY: New Cumberland, Penn.; Physical Education; Acacia; YRC; PEM Club. John Lawrence MALLOY: Dallas, Tex.; Biology; Yocum; SNEA; Foreign Relations Club; International Club. Wil¬ iam J. MALONE: Plumerville; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Ann Baker MALONEY: Cassville, Mo. Home Economics Education. Eighth Row: Gillie Ray MANTEGONI: Tontitown; Agriculture. Robert Allan MARGRAVE: Pine Bluff; Elec- Pical Engineering; AIIE; Society of Automotive Engi- n oers. Mary Sue MARINONI: Fayetteville; Physical Edu¬ ction; AA ; Newman Club. Fred MARKHAM, Jr.: i e xarkana; Economics. Gary Stephen MARKLAND: Little Bock; Psychology; Davis; Golf Team. Ninth Row: Susan E. Scott MARSHALL: Fort Worth, ex -; Secondary Education. Charles G. MARTIN: Pitts- mrgh, Pa.; Electrical Engineering; XN ; 0T. pledge train- ® r » rush chairman; ARKANSAS ENGINEER, editor; BP. treasure r; HKN, vice president; OAK; IIME. Herbert a y MARTIN: El Dorado; Natural Sciences. Jerry Wayne 1ARTIN: Van Buren; Civil Engineering; XE; ASCE; pBlf. Thomas Durward MATHENY: Rector; Secondary duration; SNEA, vice president; AKA, rush chairman; Resident Assistant. ' r Pope Comes To US For First Time First Row : Georgia Wills MATTHEWS: Pine Bluff; Secondary Education. Gary Francis MATULA: Hot Springs; Marketing; AK ; KKSP, secretary; Marketing Club; SAM; Razorback Band; Arnold Air Society. Martin Michael MAY: Lepanto; Mechanical Engineering; AKA; ASME, treasurer. Jerry Lynn MAYER: Pine Bluff; Bank¬ ing and Finance. Jim MAYES: Blytheville; Psychology and History; 2X; Varsity Football. Second Row: John Howard McCALLA: Harrisburg; General Business; Scabbard and Blade; nKA. Robert L. McCALLUM: Dallas, Tex.; General Business; M0; AKT ' . Robert Rogers McCANN; Fort Smith; Pre-Med; K2. Kay Marie McCLANAHAN: Pine Bluff; Spanish and French; KKP, house manager, song leader, assistant pledge trainer; International Club; Foreign Relations Club; Collegiate Singers; AWS; NEA; Sophomore Counselor; Fulbright, social chairman ; Student Union Talent Committee, Girls Swimming Team. James Eugene McCLURIE: Nashville; Electrical Engineering; TBII; HKN, corresponding secre¬ tary; 4 H2; IIME; IEEE. Third Row: Dixie Dessau McCONNELL: Shreveport, La.; Secondary Education; KKP; AWS; Sophomore Counselors; Chimes. John Dorland McCONNELL: Fayette¬ ville; Pre-Med; 2N; Who’s Who; Varsity Basketball; AED; DAK. Edward W. McCORKLE: Arkadelphia; Eco¬ nomics; 2AE, president. Karen Sue McCORMICK: Fayette¬ ville; French; Razorback Debating Team; Canterbury Club. Leta M. McCORMICK: Wynne; English; KKr. Fourth Row: Stephen Michael McCOY: Springfield, Mo.; Math. Edsel Warren McCREA: Pampa, Tex.; Man¬ agement; Society Advancement of Management, president; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Marketing Club. Arvil Eugene McCULLEY: Manila; Sedgwell; Ac¬ counting. John Louis McDANIEL: Forrest City; Agron¬ omy; AZ; Agronomy Club; Sedgwell, president. Jerry T. McDONALD: Charleston; Agriculture; ArP. Fifth Row: Rufus Ray McEUEN: Little Rock; Electri¬ cal Engineering; IEEE. Suzanne McFADDEN: Tulsa, Okla.; Elementary Education; ZTA, secretary; Mortar Board, secretary; AAA; Sophomore Counselor, Student Senate; Senior Counselor; ACE, treasurer. Jeannie Mc- FARLAND: Elk City, Okla.; Art; AAII, social chairman and scholarship chairman; Air Force ROTC Sponsor; Army ROTC Sponsor; YDC. Catherine Eileen McGEE: Conway; Education; AAA, entertainment chairman, publici¬ ty chairman; Student Union Games Committee; SNEA; YDC; TRAVELER. Joanna McGEHEE: Texarkana; Sec¬ ondary Education; KKP, president; AIT, president; Mortar Board; Panhellenic; Chimes; Sophomore Counselor; AWS Executive Board; Co-directer Singfony; Senior Counselor; Who’s Who. Sixth Row: Barbara Ann McINNIS: Fort Smith; Eng¬ lish; Carnall B. Anthony McINTOSH: Newp ort; Insurance and Real Estate; YDC; OCM. Jerry Wayne McKELROY: Magnolia; Industrial Management. Susan C. McKNELLY: Little Rock; Natural Sciences; KKP. William Dowell McKNIGHT: Harrison; Chemistry. Seventh Row: Cynthia Lou McKOWN: Fort Smith; English. Stephen John McKOWN: Fort Smith; Botany. Barry L. McKUIN: Morrilton; Accounting; 2AE, treas¬ urer; Student Senate; Blue Key; BA ' P; Accounting As¬ sociation; Scabbard and Blade. Gary Wayne McKUIN: Morrilton; Architecture; 2AE. James Russell McLAIN: Blevins; Accounting; Humphreys, Rresident Assistant; Arkansas Accounting Association; BAT ' . Eighth Row: William Dalton McMORAN: Hot Springs; Geology; OT, treasurer; 2PE, secretary-treasurer; Civic Club. Wilda Sharon McMURRY: Prairie Grove; Home Economics. David Lee McNUTT: Walnut Ridge; Civil Engineering; TKE; AICE; Civic Club; IFC. Margaret Wroten McWATERS: Blytheville; Education; AAA; ACEI; YDC; AWS; WRA. Coe E. MECHLING: Buda, Ill.; Business; Buchanan. Ninth Row: Geneva Louise MECTON: Little Rock; General Business; Futrall. Nancy Parks MELTON: Jones¬ boro; Marketing; 2D; GUILD TICKER, assistant business manager; Marketing Club. Oscar James MELTON: Jones¬ boro; General Business; Men’s Counseling Staff. Virgil K. MERONEY: Fayetteville; Education; USAF ROTC; YRC. Diane Annette MERRITT: Eureka Springs; Business Teacher Training. 70 Seniors She walks, she talks, she crawls on her belly like a reptile. For only one thin dime . . . First Row : Thomas David MERRITT: Camden; Man¬ agement. Robert Lee MEYER: Noel, Mo.; Banking and Finance. Cloyce Harold MILLER: Jonesboro; Chemical Engineering; AX2, corresponding secretary, president; TBIT, secretary; Men’s Sophomore Council; AISHE, vice president; T2. Deloris Kaye MILLER: Jonesboro; Natural Sciences; Razorback, president. Joseph T. MILLER: Lit¬ tle Rock; English; SNEA; PEM Club; TKE. Second Row: Joe Lee MILLS: Sulphur Springs; Edu¬ cation. Eddie S. MILTON: Emporia, Kan.; General Busi¬ ness; Sedgwell. Lawrence MITCHELL, Jr.: Pine Bluff; Accounting; «f A0. John W. MIVELAZ: Fort Smith; Banking and Finance; Sedgwell; Marketing Club; Newman Club; SAM. Walter James MOELLER: West Fork; Ac¬ counting. Third Row: James L. MOODY: Bentonville; Market¬ ing; Marketing Club; Scabbard and Blade. Charles Ed¬ ward MOORE, Jr. : Fordyce; Electrical Engineering; Ama¬ teur Radio Club. William Harold MOORE: Pine Bluff; Entomology; AFI Charles Donald MORGAN: Fort Smith; Mechanical Engineering; 0T; IIT2; ASME, secretary; Engineering Council. James Henry MORGAN, Jr.: Rogers; Accounting; AKA, treasurer, pledge trainer; Accounting Flub; Resident Assistant. Fourth Row: Jim Lee MORGAN: Little Rock; Finance; Yocum; Associated Students, vice president; Student Sen- at e, president; Board of Publications, chairman; BP2; President; Blue Key; MI2; MIHC; Disciplinary Com¬ mittee; Arnold Air Society, administrative officer. Harri¬ son Lee MORRISON: Billham; Poultry Nutrition; AZ. Carolyn Jeanne MULLINS: Fayetteville; Education; Xf2; KAIl; YDC. Jay Frank MYERS: Siloam Springs; Archi¬ tecture ; TKE; AIA. Ted Kazuo NAKAMURA: Scott; Electrical Engineering; AKA. Fifth Row: Kathy L. NARISI: Fort Smith; Account¬ ing; ZTA; X0; Newman Club. Charlotte Jackson NEILL: Fayetteville; Zoology; AAA; Collegiate Academy of Sci¬ ence. David Larry NETHERTON: Bairoil, Wyo.; Market¬ ing; TKE, president; 1FC; Marketing Club; International Club; Razorback Rifle Team. David Eugene NEWMAN: Alma; Electrical Engineering; HKN; IEEE; ARCUA. Jon NEWSUM: Fort Smith; Pre-Med; 2X. Sixth Row: Lynn Aida NEWTON: Russellville; Natural oiences; ZTA, sports manager, scholarship chairman; AAA; Sophomore Counselor; Senior Counselor; Civic C lu| J; SNEA; WRA. Patrick Allan NICHOLS: Harrison; lath; Pershing Rifles; Razorback Speleological Society. Jame s A. NIVEN: Russellville; Electrical Engineering. Mason NIXON: Fort Smith; Management; PAO; DC; Marketing Club. Ronald Wayne NOBLE: Center, ex - General Business; ABC; Commerce Guild; YDC. Seventh Row: Jerry G. NOLAND: Rogers; Market- jg; Marketing Club. Suzanne Felice NORFLEET: Mem- NfYDrr enn - ; Elementary Education; IIB t . Jennie Sue P, TON: Harrison; Elementary Education; AXI2. Robert dger NOWLIN: Arkadelphia; Electrical Engineering; C bcle K; IEEE. Patricia Kay OAKES: North Little 0c k; Accounting; Futrall. 71 Seniors Altogether now— two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar; all for Zeta, stand up and hollar. First Row : Pat Duane O’DONNELL: Gravette; Science. Isao OISHI: Jacksonville; Architecture and Art; t H2; AIA. Frances Ann ORR: Webb City, Mo.; Education; Holcombe. David Armstrong ORSINI: North Little Rock; Government; Ripley, social chairman; Young Democrats. Merrill Mack OSBORN: Paris; Civil Engineering. Second Row : Charles B. OWENS: Morrilton; History and English; 2AE; Pre-Law Club; Young Republicans. Jerry Lynn OWENS: Pearcy; Electrical Engineering; Gladson. Sam Lew OWENS: Huntsville; Marketing; Marketing Club. Danny Allen PALADINO: North Little Rock; Industrial Management; Buchanan, president; Marketing Club; MIHC; Young Democrats. Glennard Dean PALMER: Pine Bluff; Industrial Engineering; William. Third Row: Russell Roy PALMER: Springdale; Law. Sofia PARDO: Brinkley; Spanish and Social Welfare; Futrall; International Club; Newman Club; Young Re¬ publicans; SAIL Billy Don PARKER: Paragould; Me¬ chanical Engineering; ASME. Edward Wesley PARLIN: Little Rock; Marketing; K2, president, treasurer; IFC; Marketing Club; Pre-Law Club. Orville W. PARSONS: Benton; Engineering. Fourth Row: Charles Tillman PATTERSON, III: Ash¬ down; Civil Engineering. Dennis Rodger PATTERSON: Des Arc; Mechanical Engineering. Delmar Keith PAT¬ TON: Fayetteville; Geology; 2TE. Earl Wilson PAUL: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; ASCE; XE; IIME. Jan Nugent PAULK: Russellville; Speech and Journalism; IT B4 , secretary; WO, vice president; Student Union Executive Board; TRAVELER staff. Fifth Row: Sharon Elizabeth PAYNE: Little Rock; Social Welfare; AT. Jeffrey Lynn PEARSON: Minneapolis, Minn ; Finance; Varsity Baseball. John William PEM¬ BERTON: North Little Rock; Marketing; 211, treasurer, rush chairman; All Intramural Football; TRAVELER, business manager; Circle K; AM; OAK; Marketing Club. Patsy Lou PEMBERTON: Forrest City; Marketing; AXI2; Chimes; XO, vice president. Mary Ann PENDER- GRAFT: Oklahoma City, Okla.; Home Economics; Hotz Hall, counselor; WO. Sixth Row: James Robert PERRY: Fort Smith; Vo¬ cational Agriculture. Jerry Leslie PERRY: Fayetteville; Marketing; Varsity Baseball; Marketing Club. Sallie Jane PERRY: Fort Smith; Home Economics Education; WO. Frank J. PHELPS: Brown Springs; Animal Husbandry. Daniel Felix PICKERING: El Dorado; Marketing; Market¬ ing Club; Merit Scholar’s Club. Seventh Row: Judith Ann PICKERING: Waldo; Marketing; Marketing Club. Atha Lamar PIGG: Van Buren; Physics and Mathematics. Camille Lierly PILE: Charleston; Home Economics Education. Steve C. PILE: Charleston; Mechanical Engineering; ATP; TBIf; ITT2; IIME; Young Republicans; ASME. Edgar Lee PILKING- TON: North Little Rock; Industrial Education; Honor Roll, 72 UA Coed Quits As Miss Arkansas First Row: Jane Ellis PINSON: Harrison; Art Edu¬ cation; AP; Razorback Beauty. Woodrow Tyler PIRTLE: Shreveport, La.; Commercial Art; XX. Margie Lou PLACE: Fayetteville; Math; IIME. Jackie Marvin PLUM¬ MER: North Little Rock; Marketing; Marketing Club; Manager of Basketball Team. John Nathan POE: Fort Smith; History; Off Campus Men; Young Democrats Club; Wesley Foundation; Foreign Relations Club. Second Row: Richard W. POE: Forrest City; Electrical Engineering. Mary Kaye POLK: McNeil; Marketing; Holcombe. Garvis M. POLLARD: Altheimer; Secondary Education; XAE; Humphreys, president; Cardinal XX; IFPC; Civic Club, president; Scabbard and Blade, presi¬ dent; Blue Key; XAE, pledge trainer, vice president, and president. Margie K. POMFRET: Fayetteville; Mathe¬ matics; XD. Kirk P. POND: Stuttgart; Electrical Engineer¬ ing; AXA, vice president; 0T; Young Democrats Club; Civic Club; A-Book photographer; IEEE. Third Row: Loretta Thompson POND: Kansas City, Mo.; Elementary Education; AAA; KAn, vice president; Student Senate; AWS Executive Board; AXA Crescent Girl; Senior Counselor; WILIC; Civic Club; IAWS, IFPC. Truley Stanley PONDER: Lincoln; Vocational Agricultural Education. Richard W. POOL: Hot Springs; Speech and Drama; KX. Delbert Earl PORTER: Fort Smith; Music Education; KKSF; 4 MA; Razorback Band; Who’s Who. Jerry Clark POST: Kingsland; Psychology. Fourth Row: Lawrence A. POTTER: Marshall; Agri¬ cultural Economics; ATP; AZ; Agricultural Economics Club. David Lee POWERS: Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Archi¬ tecture; Student Chapter of American Institute of Archi¬ tects. Steve Lee PRESSER: Malden, Mo.; Zoology; Davis; MIHC, representative; Men’s Counseling Staff. Gregory D. PRICE: Viola; Electrical Engineering. Jack N. PRICE: Rogers; General Business. Fifth Row: Timothy Nicholas PRICE: Fort Smith; Personnel Management; Droke, Vice President; AK ' P; Voung Democrats Club. Ronnie Joe PROFFITT: Dermott; Accounting; Arkansas Accounting Association. William Garland PROFFITT: Sarasota. Fla.; Chemistry; XAE. Bill E. PROVIN: Fort Smith; Management; Accounting Association. Carole Ann PROVIN: Fort Smith; History. Sixth Row: Marilyn Marie PRYOR: Houston, lex.; History; IIB4 , President; Arkansas AWS, Vice President; Mortar Board; Senior Counselor in Hotz; AWS, Ireasurer; Civic Club, Secretary; Fulbright Hall, Vice President and Ireasurer; Sophomore Counselors, President; Who’s Who. Evan Larry PUGH: Harrison; Insurance and Real Estate; XX. Donald Cue PULLEN: Hot Springs; Marketing; XII; Social Chairman; Marketing Club; Advertising Club. Karen Vauch PULLEN: Hot Springs; Elementary Education. Oarvin Ray PURDY: DeWitt; General Management. Seventh Raw: John Andy PURNELL: Pine Bluff; Eco¬ nomics; Foreign Relations Club. John Milton RAABE: Almyra; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Ellen Ann RAGS- UALE: Russellville; Spanish and English; nB £, Rush Chairman; IFPC Queen; Arkansas College Queen; 1RAVELER Staff, Advertising Manager, Managing Edi¬ tor, and News Editor; RAZORBACK Staff. Opening Section Editor; Angel Flight; Who’s Who. William Tell RAHM: Corning; Government; Buchanan. Francis John BAIBLE: Scranton; Civil Engineering. Eighth Row: Bobby Gordon RAINWATER: Muskogee, Gkla.; Art; t HX; t MA; University-Fayetteville Sym¬ phony; Men’s Sophomore Council; Upperclass Advisory Council. Gary Don RAINWATER: Fort Smith; General Business. Jo Lynn RANDLE: Dallas, Tex.; Elementary Education; ZTA; Senior Counselor; Student Senate; ABC; SNEA. Thomas Jefferson RANEY: Little Rock; Archi¬ tecture. Dan Oscar RANSOM: Bradford; Industrial Engi¬ neering; AIIE. Ninth Row: Paul Richard RAY: Fort Worth, Tex.; General Business; XAE, Social Chairman and Rush Chair¬ man; Senior Class of Business Administration, President; A hM ' ; IFPC; Cardinal XX; Student Court; Student Senate; Blue Key; Gaebale Director; Who’s Who. Virgil H. RAYBURN: Osceola; Civil Engineering; TKE. Stephen Mathew REASONER: Dickinson, Tex.; Economics; X$E, Secretary and Chaplin; DAK; IFC; Young Republicans Club, President. Robert Eugene REECE: Bentonville; Civil Engineering; ASCE. Juanita Gabbard REED; Fayette- ville; Mathematics. Faubus Declares ‘Beat Texas’ Week First Row : Lee Whitlow REED: Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Art; 2X; Duane Indra REEL: Little Rock; Civil Engi¬ neering; American Society of Civil Engineers. Judith Lynn REINHEIMER: North Little Rock; Secondary Education; AXO, Corres. Sec. Thomas Ray RENFRO: Piggott; Ac¬ counting; Arkansas Accounting Assoc.; BASF; AK ' F. Don¬ ald Keith RENSHAW: New Britain, Conn.; Architecture. Second Row: James John REYNOLDS: Bentonville; Psychology-Sociology; AXA; YDC; Pre-Law Club. Jimmy Allen RHODES: Conway; Mechanical Engineering. Robert Henry RHODES: Little Rock; Animal Science; ATP, Vice-Pres., Pledge Trainer, Pledge Class Pres., Outstanding Pledge; Livestock Judging Team; Esso Scholarship. Mike RICE: Little Rock; Advertising Public Relations; UK A, Rush Chairman, Scholarship Chairman; ABC, Vice- pres.; Pres. Soph. BA Class; A XT ' ; Marketing Club. Don¬ ald Garth RIDDLER: Eureka Springs; A S; Humphreys. Third Row: Barbara Elizabeth RILEY: Bayou Meto; Marketing; AXO; X0; BT2, Student Secretary; Market¬ ing Club; Panhellenic; Senior Counselor, Futrall Hall; Disciplinary Committee. Robert Russell RIPPEE: Spring- field, Mo.; Music Education; KIv ' P; Band, Orch., and Brass Choir. David 0. ROARK: Springdale; Math. Vivain Lee ROBASON: West Helena; Music and Education; Holcombe; 2AI, Editor; Sophomore Councelor; ABC; Stu¬ dent Senate; AWS Legislative Board; Senior Counselor, Treas., Futrall; WIHC. Don James ROBBINS: Conway; Education; Sedgwell. Fourth Row: Frances Hughes ROBBINS: Hot Springs; Home Economics; AaA; AHEA; AWS. Joseph Nevin ROBBINS: Heber Springs; Math: BT; STUDENT DI¬ RECTORY, Editor; MIHC, Sec.; IEEE; YRC; People to People; Men’s Sophomore Council, Vi ce-Pres. Richard Earl ROBBINS: Hot Springs; Civil Engineering. James F. RO- BERDS: Dumas; Education-Biology; Sedgwell; KAII; t H2; ABC; SNEA; Sec. Sedgwell. Franklin Dowling ROBERTS: Hot Springs; Chemical Engineering; AKA, Sgt.-at-Arms; AX2, Recorder; AICE, Treas.; T2, Treas. Fifth Row: Janies Garry ROBERTS: Harrison; History; TKE. Larry Allan R0BER1S: Rogers; Music; 4 MA Sinfonia, Treas.; Razorback Band. Thomas Hays ROBERTS: Tuckerman; Secondary Education; Ripley; Arnold Air Society. James M. ROBERTSON: Dumas; Secondary Education; Sedgwell. Charles Dale ROBIN¬ SON: Jackson, Mo.; Management. Sixth Row: Janis Karen ROBINSON: Magnolia; Ele¬ mentary Education; ZTA, Pledge Class Pres. SNEA; ACEI. Randall Wayne ROBINSON: Fort Smith; Trans¬ portation; bA0; Marketing Club, Vice-Pres. Helen Hach- ney ROE: Camden; Home Economics; ASA, Publicity Chairman; AHEA; AWS Volunteer Service Committee; AWS Student Placement Committee; IAWS Contact Com¬ mittee; Agri Queen. Charles H. ROGERS: Batesville; Physics; nME. Henry Nelson ROGERS, Jr.: Mena; Eng¬ lish; Pres, of UK A Pledge Class, Sec. of IIKA. Seventh Row: Richard Louis ROGERS: Bentonville; Psychology. Ronald Glen ROGERS: Placentia, Calif.; Business Administration. Donald William ROOP: Pine Bluff; Business. Bobby Sullivan ROPER: Sherman, Tex.; Education; Wilson Sharp; M0; Football Team; Vice- Pres. of Wilson Sharp. Billy E. ROSS: Blytheville; Market¬ ing; AXA, House Manager, Social Chairman; Blue Key; Civic Club, Pres., Vice-Pres., Treas.; Marketing Club, Pres., Ireas.; Singfony Director; Co-Director Gaebale; YDC; ABC; DAK; Who’s Who. Eighth Row: Edwin L. ROSS: Little Rock; Journalism; Ripley, Vice-Pres.; MIHC Representative. Gary Allen ROIERT: Fort Smith; Chemistry. Mancy ROTH: Mem¬ phis, Tenn.; Secondary Education; Futrall; YRC; SNEA; Student-Faculty Comm.; Canterbury Club. Tommy Paul ROTHROCK: Lincoln; Physical Education. Henry Moss ROWE: Washington; Agricultural Engineering; AKL, So¬ cial Chairman; ASAE, Pres.; T; TBIT; nME; AE, Pres.; Engineers Council. Ninth Row: William Max ROY: Forrest City; Pre- Med; YRC; A TO. Sh irley Sue ROYCE: Little Rock; Ele¬ mentary Education; AXO; Warden; SNEA; ACEI. Sharon Frances ROYSTON: Little Rock; Zoology; ZTA, Song Leader; WRA Ex. Board; UArkettes. Martha Low RO- ZELL: Ash Grove, Mo.; Speech English; Razorback. Charlotte Cecille RUNYAN: Crossett; Social Welfare; AXO. 74 Seniors Something trite could be said about the food in Brough (or barf) Commons, but it is simply a skit depicting a Red Cross disaster victim. First Row: Roy Leon RUNYAN: Swifton; Agronomy; ArP. James Loyd RUSH: Little Rock; Industrial Man¬ agement; ILKA. James RUSSELL: Fort Smith; Transpor¬ tation; Marketing Club; Arkansas Accounting Association. Carl T. RUTLEDGE: Fayetteville; Physics and Mathe¬ matics; 2H2, secretary-treasurer; American Institute of Physics, vice president. Donnie W. RUTLEDGE: Spring- dale; Marketing. Second Row: Gary Wayne RYLES: Paragould; Civil Engineering. Leo C. SAENGER, Jr.: Newport; Finance. Judith Anne SAFLEY: Healdton, Okla.; Music Education; Razorback. John T. SAGER: Fayetteville; Management; SAM; Marketing Club. Susann SALE: Mount Clemens, Mich.; Education; AAIl, social chairman and historian; ACE, secretary. Third Row: Mary Ruth SALLER: Fayetteville; Mathe¬ matics. Juanita Sue SALYARS: Alma; Finance; Holcombe. Amelia Ann SAMPLE: Rogers; Bacteriology; AAA. John Houston SAMPLE: El Dorado; Economics; 2X. Chenier Johnny SANDER: El Dorado; Chemical Engineering; Scabbard and Blade; AIChE. Fourth Row: Jay H. SANDERS: Siloam Springs; Elec¬ trical Engineering. Thomas Wayne SANDERS: Okay; Chemical Engineering; AKA, pledge trainer; 0T; TB$, treasurer; T2, vice president; AIChE; IIME. Vicki E. SAUNDERS: Hot Springs; Art; IIB 1 . Victoria Olivia SAUNDERS: Fayetteville; Physical Education. Anthony Joseph SAVA, Jr.: Texarkana; Electrical Engineering; A M2, president; TBII; 1IKN, secretary; IEEE; Newman Club. Fifth Row: Richard E. SAVAGE: Little Rock; Archi¬ tecture; 24 E, vice president; ABC, treasurer; Young Democrats; AIA, treasurer. William Robert SCAR¬ BOROUGH, Jr.: Clarksville; Mechanical Engineering; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers, treasurer; 1IT2. Ernest J. SCHROEDER: Jonesboro; Civil Engineering; ASCE; Sophomore Council; Pershing Rifles. Larry W. SCHWALLER: Little Rock; Mathematics. Dan R. SCIV- ALLY: Fort Smith; Psychology. Sixth Row: Charles M. SCOTT: Roe; Electrical Engi¬ neering; Buchanan; KK ' P; nME; HKN; TBII. Lyndell Franklin SCOTT: Pine Bluff; Electrical Engineering. Jon Jeffrey SCROGGIN: Morrilton; History; 2AE. Phyllis Jeanne SCROGGIN: Morrilton; Natural Sciences; AAA; AWS, vice president; Mortar Board; Student Union Gov¬ erning Board; Who’s Who. David Martin SCUDDER: Benton; Electrical Engineering. Seventh Row: William Beville SEARCY: Lewisville; Industrial Engineering; William, secretary; TBII; IIME; AIIM, president; AIIE, secretary. W. Louise SEITA: Berryville; Dietetics; Holcombe; Agri Day Queen; AIT Sweetheart; WIHC; AHEA; Baptist Student Union. John Allen SELLERS: Little Rock; Zoology; Young Re¬ publicans. Patsy Long SETSER: Gentry; Business Edu¬ cation. Jamil Mohammad SHAMI: Ramallah, Jordan; Psy¬ chology and Journalism; International Club, president; X; Press Club. 75 Seniors First Row : James Donald SHARP: Prairie Grove; Chemistry. Larry Ronald SHARP: Van Buren; Transpor¬ tation. Leslie Mary SHARPE: St. Louis, Mo.; Social Wel¬ fare and Sociology; Futrall, vice president, assistant resi¬ dent; AWS Judicial Board, chairman; AWS Legislative Council; Civic Club; Newman Club; Who’s Who. Margaret B. SHARPE: Fort Smith; Education; Razorback. Paula June SHARRAH: Fayetteville; Mathematics; AAA; IIME. Second Row: Bernard Joseph SHARUM: Fort Smith; Mathematics. Betty Arlene SHEETRUM: Sidney; Home Economics; Razorback; ASA; AHEA; I TO, treasurer. Edward Earl SHELTON: Eureka Springs; Accounting; Accounting Association. Frances Virginia SHEPHERD: North Little Rock; Business Education; AAA. social chairman; Razorback Beauty; TRAVELER, Advertising Manager; GUILD TICKER. Huston Eugene SHERRILL: Mammoth Spring; Electrical Engineering. Third Row: Martha Lee SHIELDS: Fort Smith; Edu¬ cation; ZTA, vice president; SNEA. Jacquelyne Ruth SHIPLEY: Elaine; Journalism and English; Fulbright, Senior Counselor; Student Senate; WIHC Executive Board; AWS Executive Board; 4-H House, president; TRAVELER, Copy Editor and Feature Editor; AWS Handbook, editor; Civic Club; MACURH Conference Delegate. Ann SHIPP: Little Rock; Social Welfare; KKF, vice president, Marshall. Jenny SHORT: Fort Worth, Tex.; Art; IIB4 , vice presi¬ dent; Sophomore Counselor. Billy J. SHULTZ: Ashdown; History. Fourth Row: Emaly Louise SHUMAN: Texarkana; Architecture; AAA; AIA. Charles Michael SHUPE: Stutt¬ gart; Industrial Engineering; AKA, vice president; AIIE, secretary; Scabbard and Blade; Baptist Student Union. Evelyn 1. SISSON: Viola; Home Economics; AHEA, re¬ porter; 4 TO; Young Republicans; ASA; Who’s Who in Agriculture and Home Economics. Sally Lynn SLAYDEN: Fort Worth. Tex.; Speech Therapy; Xft; Futrall, Presi¬ dent; Civic Club; People to People. Thomas SMART: Camden; Electrical Engineering; IEEE. Fifth Row: Charles E. SMITH: Little Rock; Electrical Engineering; IEEE. Diana Lolet SMITH: Green Forrest; English and Botany; Carnall; Collegiate Academy of Science. Douglas Fagan SMITH: Pine Bluff; Industrial Management. John Kenyon SMITH: Harrison; Marketing; SAM; Pershing Rifles; Sophomore Council. Naomi Faye SMITH: Siloam Springs; Mathematics; Holcombe; SNEA; 4 ' X. Sixth Row: Nola Jane SMITH: Harrison; Social Studies; Ouachitonian Annual Staff; Baptist Student Union; NEA. Sandra Elizabeth SMITH: Little Rock; Physical Education; X12, house manager. Sandy Mary SMITH: Little Rock; Education; IIB P. historian; Angel Flight, executive officer; AAA; KAII. Walter E. SMITH: Colville, Wash.; Vocational Education. Sue Ann SMITH- ERMAN: Hot Springs; Education; AT. vice president, SNEA; ACEI; RAZORBACK, organizations edito r. Seventh Row: Joseph Young SMREKER: Fort Smith; Accounting. Michael Eugene SNIPES: Little Rock; Journ¬ alism and Speech; Razorback, Vice President. Ruth Ann SNIPES: Little Rock; Journalism; Press Club; South¬ western Journalism Congress, secretary; Southwestern Press Club, secretary; KTA. Franklin Dee SPANN: North Little Rock; Civil Engineering; ASCE; XE. Maribeth Ann SPEARMON: North Little Rock; History; KKT. 76 NBC To Televise Porkers In Color First Row: Milton Glen SPEARS: Texarkana; Electrical Engineering; IH2; IEEE; Ripley House, social chairman; MURHC; Dean’s List; Amateur Radio Club; YDC. Mary Alice SPOONER: Fayetteville; Elementary Education; AXa Richard K. SPURLOCK: Parkin; Business; KS. Mary Jane STAFFORD: Fayetteville; Physical Education. Jeanette Elise STEADLEY: Lewisville; Education; AXfi, historian; SNEA; ACEL Second Row : Gary Noel STEBOR: Quincy, Ill.; Market¬ ing; 2N. William P. STEELE: Memphis, Tenn.; Busi¬ ness; 2AE. Gary Kent STEPHENS: Stuttgart; Account¬ ing; SN, house manager and treasurer. Jimmy Don STEPHENS: St. Paul; Marketing; Marketing Club. Mari¬ lyn Jeanne STEPLOCK: Warren; Spanish; Futrall; 2AII; IIME; Dean’s List; WIHC; International Club, secre¬ tary; Newman Club. Third Row : Betty Grapelle STEVENS: North Little Rock. Education; Razorback; Holcombe, Secretary; TB2, president; Razorback Band, secretary and personnel man¬ ager. Jacqueline Virginia STEVENS: Little Rock; Mathe¬ matics; Holcombe. Marilvn STEVENS: Urbana; Marketing. William Randall STEWARD: North Little Rock; Manage¬ ment; 2 FE. Clyde F. STEWART: Fort Smith; Civil En¬ gineering; Men’s Counseling Staff; Pershing Rifles; Scab¬ bard and Blade; ASCE, vice president; XE, president, vice president; Engineering Council; National Merit Scholars’ Club. Fourth Row: David Rodney STEWART: Magnolia; Marketing; GUILD TICKER; Marketing Club; Adver¬ tising Club. Martha Elizabeth STEWART: Fort Smith; English; Futrall; SNEA; 2AI, secretary. Suzanne STO- BAUGH: Hughes; Marketing; KKT; BA Senior Class, secretary; Razorback Cheerleader, captain; Sophomore Counselor. Mary Elizabeth STODDARD: Hughes; Educa¬ tion: KKT. William H. STOLL: Fort Smith; Management; 2 J E; Who’s Who; Arnold Air Society; Men’s Sophomore Council, president. Fifth Row: Linda Gail STONE: Hamburg; Home Eco¬ nomics; Holcombe. Charles Alfred STOUT: Prairie Grove; Management; 2 1 E; SAM; AKSk. Virgil Michael STUART. Jr.: Bradford; Civil Engineering; XE. Charles Forrest SUGG: Lonoke; Electrical Engineering. Lance B. SUL- LENBERGER: North Little Rock; Management; YDC. Loretta Colbert SWAIN: Malden, Mo.; Natural Sciences; 4 BK. Sixth Row: Michael J. SWEENEY: Russellville; Vo¬ cational Agriculture; Farmhouse; AZ; AT A; Animal In¬ dustry Club; Farmhouse, treasurer. Allyn Carr TATUM: Harrison; Banking and Finance. Dewin Roy TATUM: Fort Smith: Management; Scabbard and Blade. James Robert TATUM: Dallas, Tex.; Marketing; M9; Market¬ ing Club; YRC. Seventh Row: Betty Blackwood TAYLOR: Clarksville; Education; AT; Senior Counselor; SNEA; WRA; ABC. Carol Lynn TAYLOR: Pine Bluff; Government; KKT; Who’s Who; Fulbright, president and house manager; KKT, rush chairman and registrar; AWS secretary, contact chair¬ man. Executive Board, Legislative Board, Finance Commit¬ tee: IAWS, National vice president: Civic Club; WIHC; Student Senate; Gaebale, secretary, Young Democrats Club: Newman Club, treasurer; Sophomore Counselor, RAZOR- BACK Staff, personalities editor. David Strong TAYLOR: Clarksville; Philosophy; $BK; MI2; Pre-Law Club.; YDC. Garner Lee TAYLOR: Clarksville; Government; Davis. Harve Jonathan TAYLOR: Clarksville; Civil Engineering. Eighth Row: Joda C. TAYLOR: Fort Smith; Social Studies; Sedgwell. Lawrence Daniel TAYLOR, Jr.: Louis¬ ville, Ky.; Mechanical Engineering: ITT2 vice president; ASME; TBII; TIME; SN. Priscilla Elizabeth TAYLOR: El Dorado; English; KKT; ABC; Civic Club; Razorback, treasurer, Holcombe, treasurer. Robert Gordon TAYLOR: Texarkana, Tex.; Banking and Finance; 2 I E; Scabbard and Blade. Sterling Clatus TAYLOR: Augusta; Electrical Engineering: IIME; TBIT. Ninth Row: Mary Dee TEAGUE: Mountainburg; Eng¬ lish. Ronald Barton TEETER: Russellville; Civil Engi¬ neering; ASCE. Lois Lynn TEMPLE: Little Rock; Ele¬ mentary Education; AXQ, vice president; AAA, presi¬ dent; Sophomore Counselor; Senior Counselor; Mortar Board, president; KAIT; SNEA; ACEI; AWS Organization Board and Executive Board; Who’s Who. George Edward TENNEY, III: North Little Rock; Bacteriology; AKA; YDC; IFPC. Albert L. THOMAS: Texarkana; Archi¬ tecture. Hogs Slight Favorites Over Texas First Row: Gene Irvin THOMAS: Willard, Mo.; Civil Engineering; ASCE. J. Brent THOMPSON: Jacksonville; Architecture; AIA. Verl L. THOMPSON: Fayetteville; Sociology and Economics. William Robert THURLBY: Fayetteville; Pre-medical; AEA, president. Jan Ray THUR¬ MAN: Fayetteville; Psychology and Pre-medical; AKA, board of directors; $MA, president; AEA. Second Row: Ronald James THURSTON: Hiwasse; Chemistry; AEA. Suzanne Janette TILLEY: Jonesboro; Business Education; KKP. William Ed TITUS: Memphis, Tenn.; Management; Acacia. Molly Vorse TODD: Harri¬ son; A S; Futrall. Robert William TONAR: Fayette¬ ville; Electrical Engineering; AKA; IEEE. Third Row: Mary Alice TRANUM: West Memphis; Marketing; AAII, Sports manager; WRA Outstanding Sports manager; Marketing Club; Young Democrats. James Shipp TRIESCHMANN: Little Rock; Accounting; PAT, treasurer; AK ' P, treasurer; OAK; BPS, vice president; BA ' P; 4 H2; 4 A0. Donna R. TRUAX: Fayetteville; Bac¬ teriology; Carnall; Mortar Board, editor; AAA, historian; Senior Counselor; OCW, president; AWS Executive Board; Student Senate. Michael L. TRUDELL: Little Rock; Marketing; Marketing Club. James Andrew TRUDEAU, III: Sallisaw, Okla.; Zoology. Fourth Row: Cecil Ray TUCKER: Rohwer; Finance; AKA, president; OAK. Virginia Annette FUCKER: Fayette¬ ville; Physical Education; AT, social chairman and alumna chairman; ABC; YDC; Civic Club; WRA. corresponding secretary; PEM Club, librarian. Sam J. TUMINELLO: Stuttgart; Physical Education. Sherry G. TUMINELLO: Stuttgart; Elementary Education. James Ethridge TURN¬ ER: Havana; Zoology. Fifth Row: Irvin Joe TURNER: Ashdown; Civil Engi¬ neering; Gladson House, vice president; ASCE. Nancy Rebecca TURNER: Branch; Home Economics; 4-H House; ASA: AHEA. Ronald Alan TURNER: Tulsa, Okla.; Insurance and Real Estate; K2; IFC; BA vice president, Senior Class. Virginia Kay TURNER: Conway; Psychol¬ ogy; Carnall. David Loy TURNEY: Harrison; Industrial Management; MIHC; Student Senate; OCM; SAM. Sixth Row: Linda Ann TUT1: Camden; Elementary Education; AAII, executive committee; ACE; Symphony Orchestra. Jim Surridge UMSTED: Memphis, Tenn.; Chemical Engineering; William. Rebecca Jean UTLEY: Nashville; English; KKP. Peggy J. VANDENBERG: Fayetteville; Elementary Education; SNEA. Judith Ann VAN HOOSE: Springdale; Business Education; KAIL Seventh Row: James R. VAN SICKLE: Newport Beach, Calif.; Architecture. Henry Clell VARNADORE: Fort Smith; Geology; Arnold Air Society; Wing Commander, AFROTC. Jerry Jules VERVACK: Fort Smith; Govern¬ ment; AX A, president; YRC. Kent Alan VICK: Kansas City, Mo. Margi VICKERS: Smackover; Psychology; AAA, rush chairman, scholarship chairman; Chimes; Sophomore Counselor; AFROTC Honorary Cadet; YRC; Miss January Engineer ’65; Fulbright, social chairman. Eighth Row: Jimmy Charles VINES: Jacksonville; Business. Elizabeth Anne VOIGHT: Tulsa. Okla.; German; KKT. John Henry VOLPORT: Little Rock; Electrical Engineering. Gus Michael VRATSINAS: Little Rock; Civil Engineering; OT, vice president; ASCE, president; TBn, vice president; XE, marshal; 4 H2J, treasurer; Scab¬ bard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student; Blue Key; Engineering Council. Michael Lynn WADDINGTON: Lit¬ tle Rock; History and Government; AXA, Social Chair¬ man; IFPC; ABC; YDC. Ninth Row: Charles Oscie WALKER: Forrest City; Insurance and Real Estate; 2X, president; Freshman BA vice president; Commerce Guild, president. Darrell Wayne WALKER: Siloam Springs; Agriculture. Loyd Warren WALKER: Amity; Accounting; BA ' F. Roy Leon WALK¬ ER: Greenwood; Chemical Engineering; KK ' E: Band; Engineering Council; AICE. Leldon Louis WALSH: Rogers; General Business. Seniors Stalwart Garvls Pollard ignores the luscious freshman beauty knowing she is pinned to jock. First Row: William Peter WALTERS: Branch; Market¬ ing; Marketing Club. Rob WALTON: Bentonville; Ac¬ counting; AXA. Garry Sullivan WANN: Batesville; Bank¬ ing and Finance. Young Democrats Club; Marketing Club. Edward Bruce WARD: Fayetteville; Accounting. John K. WARR1NER: Pine Bluff; Architecture; K2; AIA. Second Row: John Randolph WASSELL, Jr.: Little Rock; Psychology; Acacia. Harold Waymon WATKINS: Booneville; Finance; Davis. Jean Wilson WATKINS: San¬ ford, N. C.; Education; ITB f . Walter Guy WATKINS: Hope; Marketing; Marketing Club; Pre Law Club. Jon Scott WATSON: Pine Bluff; Mechanical Engineering; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers, president. Third Row: Lonnie Clifton WATSON: Springdale; Marketing. Don Elbert WEATHERMON: Murfreesboro; Industrial Management; SAM. Lewis Ann WEBB: Darda- nelle: Marketing; Futrall; Marketing Club. Verna Mae WEBB: Quitman: Home Economics; Holcombe: Razorback. vice president; Futrall Hall, counselor: WIHC; AHEA; AWS Judicial Board Patricia Anne WEED: Jonesboro; Education; XO. social chairman; SNEA; RAZORBACK, associate editor; ACEI. Fourth Row: W. Wavne WFEKS: Emmet; Civil Engi¬ neering; ASCE. Linda Jane WEIR: Jacksonville: Mathe¬ matics and BioL ' gv; Futrall. John Ray WELCH: Ash¬ down: Political Science and Government. Virginia Ream WEST: Rerryville; Mathematics: Carnall, treasurer: ITME; KAIL Alyce Carole WESTBROOK: Idabel, Okla.; In¬ surance and Real Estate; X0; ABC. Fifth Row: Jacqueline WEWERS: Fort Smith; Ac¬ counting; ZTA; Hotz, senior counselor; XO: Newman Club; Young Democrats; Civic Club. Larry H. WEWERS: Fort Smith; Industrial Management. Mary Frances WHA¬ LEN: North Little Rock; English; KKT. Linda Pat WHEELER: Tulsa. Okla.; Art. Robert S. WHEELER: Harrison; Electrical Engineering; OT; 2N; IEEE; Blue Key. Sixth Row: David Wendell WHITE: Springdale; Dairy Husbandry. Marvin Edward WHITEHEAD: Lewisville; Banking and Finance; IIKA, secretary; Civic Club; AKSE; People to People. Gary S. WHITELEY: Pea Ridge; Marketing; Marketing Club. John Raney WHITLOW: Plain view; Agriculture; Farmhouse. Janet Faye WHIT¬ SON: Fort Smith; Elementary Education; Carnall; SNEA. Seventh Row: Suson Kay WHITSON: Benton; Art; AT, president and rush chairman; Mortar Board, historian; Who’s Who; Student Senate; Civic Club, secretary; Senior Counselor in Fulbright; Chimes; AWS Queens Com¬ mittee, chairman; Young Republicans Club; AWS Execu¬ tive Board; Sophomore Counselor. Jerry L. WHITWORTH: El Dorado; Finance. Alan G. WILLIAMS: Monticello; Management; 2N. Arthur Leland WILLIAMS: Fayette¬ ville; Secondary Education; A l fi, president and vice president; Off Campus Men, president; Student Senate; Scabbard and Blade; SNEA; Buchannan, vice president; MIHC; ABC; President’s Council, chairman; People To People, president; Canterbury Association, president; Young Republicans Club, vice president; Brigade Staff of ROTC. Bruce Owen WILLIAMS: Washington, D. C.; Man¬ agement; Acacia, rush chairman; AK ' F; SAM; IFC; Young Democrats Club. 79 Seniors After Texas game, it was smiles all around in the Porker dressing room with Jon Brittenum, Jim Lindsey, Jack Brasuell, Coach Broyles and Bobby Burnett sporting the biggest ones. First Row: Charles Akmeth WILLIAMS: Little Rock; Accounting; Yocum; MIHC. vice president; Men’s Sopho¬ more Council. Jimmy L. WILLIAMS: Huntington; Agricul¬ ture; Farmhouse. Jim Ward WILLIAMS: Fort Smith; Art; 2N, board of governors; IFPC; Blue Key, vice president; RAZORBACK, Editor. Marion Isaac WILLIAMS: Walnut Ridge; Accounting; William House; BASF; Accounting Association. Sandra Kay WILLIAMS: Quitman; Business Education; Razorback. Sarah V. WILLIAMS; Booneville; Sociology; AAA; Panhellenic Council: WRA; YDC. Second Row : Wendy Ann WILLIAMS: Coffeyville, Kan.; Social Welfare; AI William Hale WILLIAMS: Osceola; Education; AXA; ABC; YDC. Judy Marie WILLIFORD: North Little Rock; Accounting. James Howard WILLIS: Benton; Psychology; Ripley. Walter W. WILLSON. Jr.: Jacksonville; Mech. Engineering; ASME. Harrington Lee WILMOTH: Decatur; Math; William; Arnold Air Society; IIME. Third Row : Jacqueline Marie WILSON: Harrah, Okla.; Elementary Education; AT; Who’s Who; Panhellenic, presi¬ dent; Student Senate; St. Patricia, maid of honor; Angel Flight Commander; SNEA: ACEI. Ed Eugene WILSON: Little Rock; Mechanical Engineering; AKA. Bill Davis WIMBERLY: Horatio; Business. Winifred Ellen WING: Fayetteville; English and French: $BK; ABC; Razorback Band; TBS; AT. Joanne WINTON: Fort Smith; Educa¬ tion; KAIT: ACE; SNEA. James Turner WOMBLE: War¬ ren; Civil Engineering; 2 £E, secretary, president: Who’s Who; IT ME; $IT2; TBIT; XE; 0T, president; ASCE, pres¬ ident; Student Senate; Outstanding Senior Engineer. Fourth Row: Harvey Erwin WOQD: Marvell; Business. Tack Neal WOOD: Texarkana. Tex.; General Business. Mark Wayne WOOD: Siloam Springs; Chemistry. Nancy Edmondson WOOD: Gentry; Home Economics Education; | rO. vice president. Orville Lee WOODS: Little Rock; Civil Engineering. Shelby Vaughn WOODS: Dumas; Marketing: TIKA. Fifth Row: Joe Arthur WOODSON: Searcv; Banking nnd Finance; IT. Timothy Joel WOODY: Greenwood: Animal Nutrition; Animal Industry Club; AGRICUL¬ TURIST. Carol Jean WOOLLY: Fayetteville: Music Edu¬ cation: TB2, secretary, treasurer, vice-president; 2AI; Razorback Band. Stephen LaRue WORMINGTON: Texar¬ kana: Chemical Engineering; AX2: ATCHE; TIME. Cyn¬ thia Lucille WORREL: North Little Rock: Zoology and Pre-Med; Holcombe: ASA, secretary. Katharine Graves WORTHEN: Little Rock; Psychology, AXfi; Sixth Row: Terry Eileen WORTHY: Springdale; Dance Education; A A IT, rush chairman; YDC. Lonnie Fred WRIGHT: Winthrop; Agricultural Engineering; ASAE; Engineering Council. Catherine Ann WUEST: Fayetteville; Secondary Education: AAIT, chaplain: SNEA; People to People; YRC. John Robert WYATT: Paragould; Zoology; Gladson. Judith Ann WYLIE: Farmington; Dietetics: AXD; AHEA; f TO. Helen Elizabeth YANCEY: Springfield, Mo.; Speech; ITB t ; Who’s Who; Mortar Board; AWS, presi¬ dent; Beard of Publications; Student Senate; Panhellenic. Seventh Row: Frances Ann YANCEY: Bentonville; Ad¬ vertising; AXD, house manager; AWS Legislative Board; ABC. Merry June YARBROUGH: Fort Smtih: English: nBT . Jean YOUNG: Texarkana; Education; AT; SNEA; ACE: WAA; YDC. Stephen Anthony ZACCARDI: Jersey City, N. J.; Marketing; 2N, vice president; AKSF; Market¬ ing Club. Carol ZAFFATER: Shreveport, La.; Speech and Dramatic Art; ZTA, house manager and model pledge; YDC; AWS Executive Board. Jean Louise ZIMPEL: Clarksville; Mathematics; AXQ vice president, treasurer; TIME; Newman Club; YDC. 80 Juniors Kappa ' s Angel Flighters had the red carpet rolled out by grateful sisters. They added a page to the rush book. First Row : Paulana ABBOTT: AXD; Blytheville. Wil¬ liam W. ABBOTT: Sparkman. Grace Sylvia ACHESON: Holcombe; Mountain Home. Harry Melvin ADAMS: Mo- nette. Norma Lee AGNEW: Holcombe; Little Rock. Rich¬ ard Wayne AHLSTEDT: Fayetteville. Second Row : John T. AHRENS: Mountain Home. Lawrence Clayton ALDERMAN: William House; Elaine. Anne Lewis ALLEN: ZTA; Shreveport, La. Charles David ALLEN: 2 FE; Fayetteville. Donna Gaye ALLEN: Futrall; Bismarck. Kathryn ALLEN: Holcombe; Conway. Third Row : Timothy Smith ALLEN: IIB4?; Marianna. Sarah Jane ALTHAUSER: AXD; Dallas, Tex. Dixie Jane ANDERSON: Carnall; Springdale. Jerry Hunt ANDER¬ SON: William House; Camden. Raymond Lamar ANDER¬ SON: Tribune, Kan. Richard M. ARDEMACNI: Tonti- town. Fourth Row : Ronald G. AREA: AXA; Levittown, N. Y. Tayfun ARIKAN: AKA; Ankara, Turkey. Carolyn Kay ARMSTRONG: AAn; Fayetteville. Patricia Ellen ARNOLD: KKF; Crossett. Patricia Jan ATHERTON: nB i ; Joplin, Mo. Annette Louise ATKINSON; AAA; Pine Bluff. Fifth Row: Wayne Harris ATKINSON: Gladson; Star City. John Charles AUFFET: Stilwell, Okla. Robert Gene AUSTIN: Droke; Decatur. Mickey BABER: Hope. Patsy Ann BACKMAN: Greenland. Jack Bowman BAILEY: Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Joan Marie BAIRD: Futrall; Gravette. Catherine E. BAKER: Futrall; Tulsa, Okla. Frankie F. BAKER: Walnut Ridge, Janet Cecil BAKER: XO; Harri¬ son. Mary K. BAKER: AAII; Cassville, Mo. Anita Ann BALLENGER: nB f ; Pine Bluff. Seventh Row: William Louis BARBOREK: Russellville. Kathleen BARDEN: Holcombe; Little Rock. Margaret Gene BARRON: Fayetteville. Johnie Wesley BARTON: Sedgwell; Gurdon. Joe D. BASKIN: Magnolia. David S. BASSETT: Fayetteville. Eighth Row: Lonnie Gene BASSETT: Fayetteville. William Curtis BATIE: Kirtland, Ohio. Donald Glen BATTIN: William House; Green Forest. Nancy Carolyn BAUER: Razorback; Fort Smith. Jean Elizabeth BEA¬ MAN: Futrall; Siloarn Springs. Charles William BEAN: Miller, Mo. Ninth Row: Anne Katherine BEASLEY: KKF; Tex¬ arkana. Steven Gregory BECK: Arkadelphia. Peter Otto BECKER: Sedgwell; Mountain Home. Mari Beth BEE¬ SON: AXD; Duluth, Minn. Lewis BELCHER, Jr.: Van Buren. Charlotte Ann BELFORD: KKF; Pocahontas. 82 First Row: Beverly Jane BELL: A AIT; Parkin. Judy L. BELL: Futrall; Little Rock. Larry Wayne BENNETT: Judsonia. Robert Patrick BENNETT: Ripley; Little Rock. James W. BERRY: Fayetteville. Stephen Russell BIG¬ GER: 2X; Pocahontas. Second Row: Calvin BIGGERS: Acacia; Little Rock. Mary Beth BIGGS: KKP; North Little Rock. Ann BIG- HAM: XD; Berry ville. Karen Kay BINDLEY: ZTA; Fayetteville. Dale Roger BLACK: Springdale. Sharon BLAIR: AAA ; Leslie. Third Row: Richard A. BLAND: Rogers. Robert Ernest BLANZ: North Little Rock. Paula Marie BLEVINS: Prairie Grove. Rex Dale BOAZ: Fayetteville. Gerald Wayne BOBO: Jacksonville. Bobby G. BOLINGER: Huntsville. Fourth Row: James Fandy BOLT: DeQueen. Charles A. BOONE: Greenwood. Billy J. BORCHERT: William House; Stuttgart. Erma Carol BORDEWIECK: Razorback; Amity. Ann Gay BOUDREAUX: AAA; Fayetteville. Terry Frost BOWIE: K2; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Rebecca Flo BOWMAN: Ashdown. I albert Fanning BOWMAN III: Acacia; Fayetteville. Vernon Dean BOWMAN: Ashdown. Annabel BOYD: ZTA; Mc- Gehee. Billy Ray BOYD: Marshall. Donna Lynnette BOYD: Gary, Ind. LA Trims Twins To Win Series First Row: Thomas Sloan BOYD Jr.; England. Sarah Adine BRADFORD: KKT; Paris. Janet Lea BRADLEY: 4-H House; Berryville. Martha Ellen BRADLEY: AXD; El Dorado. Walter James BRAD¬ SHAW: Gould. Penny BRANNON: IIB4 ; Dallas, Tex. Second Row: Nancy Carol BRATTON: 4-H House; Sheridan. Gloria Jean BRAY: Futrall; Fort Smith. Patricia Anne BRAY: Razorback; Hampton. Patrick Lyle BRAY: Davis; Bartlesville, Okla. Betsy Carolyn BRIDENTHAL: AAII; Garland, Tex. Brenda Louise BRIDGES: KKT; Warren. Third Row: John William BRISCOE: Russellville. David Royden BROCKMANN: Stuttgart. Sandra Lee BROGDON: AAA; Springdale. Linda Sue BROOK: AXO; Magnolia. Robert Harold BROTHERTON Jr.; William House; Little Rock. Joan Valinda BROW¬ DER: Futrall; North Little Rock. Fourth Row: James G. BROWN: Buchanan; Risco, Mo. Rebecca Anne BROWN: Razorback; Clinton- Sherman A.F.B ., Okla. Robert Foster BROWN: Fayetteville. Robert Haigler BROWN: Yocum; Tex¬ arkana. Kay Winner BROWNFIELD: Ar; Tulsa, Okla. Joyce Jan BRYANT: ZTA; Fort Smith. Fifth Row: Alary Beth BRYSON; XQ; Russell¬ ville. Viki Lea BUELL: Fort Smith. Mary Lanelle BUIE: KKT; Fort Smith. Ruie Jean BULLOCK: Southwest City, Mo. Mary Carolyn BUNETT: Hol¬ combe; Stuttgart. Carole Beatrice BUNGE: AT; Mountain Home. Sixth Row: Larry William BUNN: Sulphur Springs. Gail Maureen BURKS: AAII; Jackson, Miss. George Kent BURNETT: 0T; Mena. Jim BURNETT: Yocum; Clinton. Linda Gail BURROUGHS: ZTA; Shreveport, La. Lou BURROUGHS; XQ; Pine Bluif. 83 First Row: Walter Eugene BURSEY: Ripley; Little Rock. T. O. BURSON: Acacia; Aurora, Mo. John Finley BUSH: Little Rock. Charles G. BUXTON: KZ; Little Rock. James Frank BYARS: Fort Smith. Frank W. BYNUM, Jr.: Lake Village. Second Row: Catherine Elizabeth CALDWELL: IIB £; Pine Bluff. Ginny CALLAHAN: AAn; Little Rock. Jeannie CALLAWAY: AT; Little Rock. George Wayne CAMPBELL, Jr.: Buchanan; Fort Smith. James Richard CAMPBELL: Rogers. Ronald Gaiy CAMPBELL: El Dorado. Third Row: George Read CARLTON: KZ; Lake Vil¬ lage. Donald Lee CARNAHAN: Prairie Grove. Gary Wayne CARPENTER: Ripley; Little Rock. Ronda CAR¬ PENTER: Futrall; Texarkana. Joseph Thomas CAR- RUTH: $A9; DeQueen. Leslie Carl CARTER: ATP; Booneville. Fourth Row: Ronald Murry CARTER: William House; Crossett. Linda CARY: KKF; Magnolia. James Robert CASEY: TKE ; Little Rock. Linda L. CASEY: Little Rock. Larry Joe CASH: Pine Bluff. Robin CASH: ZTA; Dallas, Tex. Fifth Row: Don R. CASSIL: nKA; Little Rock. Larry Dwight CASTLEBERRY: Droke; Warren. Helen Eliza¬ beth CATLETT: Xft; Little Rock. Richard L. CECIL: Harrison. David Hall CHAMBERS: Sedgwell; Lepanto. Hoy E. CHANDLER: Nashville. Viet Nam Sparks Weekend Protest First Row: Charles CHANEY, Jr.: Mountain Home. Richard W. CHAPMAN: Zn; Searcy. Holmes Saxon CHAPPELL: Fort Smith. William W. CHILDS: Kingsland. Gary Wade CHUNN: Arkadelphia. David Roy CIALONE: Fort Smith. Second Row: Andrew Lawson CLARK: Little Rock. Peggy Ann CLARK: Berryville. James Alex¬ ander CLEMENS: Buchanan; Magnolia. J. Clark CLOSSER: Buchanan; Little Rock. Wayne L COATES. Jr.: AXA; Stuttgart. Dennis R. COCH RAN: LaRussel, Mo. Third Row: Margaret Martha COHEN: AT; Little Rock. John Robert COKER, Jr.: Bradley. James D. COLE: ZX; Crossett. James Harold COLE: Wilson Sharp; Magnolia. Kathryn L. COLEMAN: Futrall; El Dorado. Janet McAllister COLLIER: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Harold Dean COMBS: Gladson; El Dorado. Paul Reid CONNER: Wilson Sharp; Claren¬ don. Joe COOK: Camden. Toby M. COOK: Ripley; Stamps. Vera Joe COOK: nB I ; Hot Springs. Janice Ann CORDER: Holcombe; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Phillip Steven CORE: Fort Smith. Charles Dalton COTTEN: Sedgwell; Rudy. Thomas Len COTTON: ATP; Dardanelle. Richard Edward COTTRELL: Little Rock. Michael R. COUCH: ZAE; Magnolia. Mary Nancy COUNCIL: XD; Houston, Tex. Sixth Row: Rita Hardy COUNTS: Huntsville. Samuel Anderson COVINGTON: Little Rock. Sarah Elizabeth COVINGTON: Razorback; Little Rock. Marvin Dewey CRABB: Fayetteville. Robert Lee CRAIG: William House; Blytheville. Walter Morris CRANDALL: Sedgwell; Tuckerman. 84 Juniors Arsonist in chaps, who is dropped to unidentified fraternity, was engulfed by flames at Texas bonfire. Students cheered. First Row : Robert Hushes CRANK: Foreman. Carol Ann CRAUN: Durham. Gary Lynn CRAWFORD: Fort Smith. Raymond Shelton CRAWFORD, III: 2X; Cherry Hill. Douglas H. CREECY: Keiser. Susan Ernestine CREEL: Futrall; Mountain Home. Second Row: Carole Anne CROSBY: Razorback; Stutt¬ gart. Marti Ann CUADRA: AAA; Blytheville. Henry A. CULBRETH: Gladson; Little Rock. Richard K. CUN¬ NINGHAM: Wilson Sharp; San Antonio, Tex. Jess Willard CURTIS, Jr.: Ripley; Stamps. Cheryl Lynn CUSHING: AT; Ontario, Calif. Third Row: Carolyn G. CUTHBERTSON: KKT; War¬ ren. Sandra Kaye DABNEY: XI2; Lake Village. Ted Max DAILEY: Sedgwell; Dewitt. Dean Howard DALTON: Joplin, Mo. Diana Dawn DANDRIDGE: Holcombe; Mus¬ kogee, Okla. Anne E. DANIEL: AAA; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Margaret Elizabeth DANIEL: Futrall; Camden. John Lewis DAUGHERTY: Little Rock. Gary Don DAVIS: Hatfield. Jaqueline Jo DAVIS: Futrall; Clarksville. James Delbert DAVIS: William; Bright Star. Lina Jean DAVIS: Futrall; Texarkana. Fifth Row: Timothy Eugene DAVIS: 2AE; Altheim Q r. Lenice Alta DEAN: KKT; Little Rock Becky DEARIEN: Fayetteville. William Jacob DECLERK: 2X; Pocahontas. Tommy Martin DEERE: Hot Springs. Patricia Gayle DELANEY: Futrall; Jacksonville. Sixth Row: Gerald Leigh DEMAN: Springdale. Thomas Henry DEMBINSKI, III: KAA; Hot Springs. John G. DEMPSEY: Ashdown. Mary Katherine DENKER: IIB4 ; Odessa, Tex. James A. DENNIS, II: Sedgwell; Hot Springs. Diane DESLAURIERS: KKT; Eudora. Seventh Row: David Howard DILLAHUNTY: AKA; Huntsville. Thomas Joe DODSON: 2X; North Little Rock. Joseph Michael DOLAN: Scott. Patrick Terrence DOLAN: England. Deborah Ann DOLAND: KKT; Little Rock. Norma Jean DOSS: Futrall; Stuttgart. Eighth Row: Delia DOWELL: Xfi; Walnut Ridge. Fred Vernon DOWLESS: Gladson; Caraway. Linda DRAKE: AXD; Bentonville. Kay DRENNAN: Razorback; Fort Smith. Sandra Jean DRUMMOND: XQ; Texarkana. Tex. Ronnie Nelson DUNN: Hampton. Ninth Row: Stewart Ames DUNN: KS; Forrest City. Vernon Lee DUTTON: AKA; Pine Bluff. Coy Randall DYER: Nashville. Linda Ann EARLS: Fayetteville Thomas Collier EAST: 2N; Little Rock. Rebecca Ann EASTER¬ LING: Razorback; Crossett. 85 4 Juniors This little pig wants to be in the Homecoming Court. Unfor¬ tunately, this little pig doesn ' t know any football players. First Row: Delmar EDWARDS: Fort Smith. Janis Jo EDWARDS: Futrall; Ola. Jimmie Will EDWARDS: 211; Blytheville. Joe B. EDWARDS: 2AE; Fort Smith. Macon Daniel EDWARDS: Royal. Martha Kay EDWARDS: Hol¬ combe; Paris. Second Row: Patricia Ann EDWARDS: Futrall; Heber Springs. John Franklin ELLIOTT: El Paso, Texas. Johnna Earlene ELLIOTT: Futrall; Hiwasse. Judith Sharon ELLIOTT: IIB$; El Dorado. Virginia C. ELLIOTT: Xfi; Jonesboro. Jane Page ELLIS: AAII; Little Rock. Third Row: Joann Page ELLIS: AAII; Little Rock. Leslie Kay ELLIS: ZTA; Paragould. Frank Leroy EMERT, Jr.: AXA; Frontenac, Mo. James Roger ENGLAND: IIKA; Fort Smith. M arjorie M. ENGLES: Fort Smith. Alan David EPLEY: Springdale. Fourth Row: Ronald Wayne ERICH: Hot Springs. Dorcas Ann ERNST: Fayetteville. Linda Kay ERVIN: AXI2; Fort Smith. Mary Donna ERWIN: Fulbright; Mc- Gehee. Carol Ann EVERETT: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Ray Harlan FALLEN: Fayetteville. Jackie E izabeth FANN: Xfi; Newport. Sharon Kaye FARBER: Holcombe; Neosho, Mo. Della Ruth FARMER: Carnall; Little Rock. Sarah Jo FARRAR: Holcombe; Little Rock. Lynn laylor FARRIS: Ripley; Clarksville. William Duke FAUGHT: Yocum; Cabot. Sixth Row: James Roy FEIMSTER: Little Rock. Leslie FELLOWS: XO; Newport. Marilyn FENDER: AAII; Pocahontas. Nancy Joyce FERGUSON: KKT; West Mem¬ phis. Jane Fletcher FERRILL: AAA; Little Rock. Frank L. FICKLE: Joplin, Mo. Seventh Row: James A. FINCH: Pine Bluff. Craig Wilson FISHER: Cladson; Joplin, Mo. Wallace R. FITCH: Poplar Bluff, Mo. Charles Robert FITTING: Fort Smith. David Dewards FITTON: nKA; Harrison. Gene FITZ- HUGH: 23 E; Fayetteville. Eighth Row: Jerry Don FLANAGAN: 2X; Wichita, Kan. George Paul FLEISCHMANN: Eureka Springs. Thad Wesley FLENNIKEN: Arkadelphia. Jerry FONG: Mari¬ anna. John G. FOSTER: Booneville. Virgil L. FOSTER, Jr.: Fayetteville. Ninth Row: Jim FOTI: Pine Bluff. James C. FOWLER, Jr: Davis; Sherrill. Freddie G. FOWLKES: William; Vilonia. George Ronald FRANKS: AKA; North Little Rock. Bescon Bert FREEMAN: Fort Smith. Johnny J. FREEMAN: ATP; Springdale. 86 First Row : Lawrence Owen FREEMAN: Sacramento, Calif. Mary Lynne FREEMAN: IIB$; Denison, Tex. Kathleen Elizabeth FRISON: AT; Tulsa, Okla. Elizabeth Ann FUHRMAN: Hotz; Gillett. Janis M. FUNK: II B«J ; Little Rock. John Wilson GABEL: Fayetteville. Second Row : Larry David GADDIS: Little Rock. Lee Edward GAMMILL: Pine Bluff. Wendy Jean GARDNER: AAA; Springdale. Dana Lynn GARNETT: AT; Benton. Paul Mitcham GARRETT: North Little Rock. Patricia Ann GARRIS: IIB £; Texarkana. Third Row: Kathy Janell GASKIN: Carnall; Spring- dale. Herman John GATES: North Collins. N. Y. J. Roy- ston GA THINGS: UK A; West Memphis. Thomas Kirk GEARHART: William; Reyno. Connie Gayle GEORGE: Razorback; Little Rock. Harold Boyd GEORGE: Dard- anelle. Fourth Row: David F. GIBSON: Pine Bluff. Donald L. GIBSON: Fort Smith. Mary Ann GILL: 4-H House; Booneville. Linda Lee GILLMORE: Springdale. William Henry GLOVER, Jr.: i A0; McGehee. Lowell Ray GOOD¬ MAN: Gladson; Walnut Ridge. Fifth Row: Sandra Ann GOODWIN: Holcombe; New Orleans, La. Ronald LeRoy GORANSON: AB; Dallas, Tex. Don Wendell GORE: Bentonville. Valita GOZA: ZTA; Malvern. Mildred Lois GRAGG: ZTA; Helena. Beverly Anne GRANT: Carnall; Little Rock. GO, HOGS, GO—BEAT TEXAS! First Row: Jefferson A. GRAVES: Fayetteville. Marilynda Elizabeth GREEN: Razorback; Fort Smith. William E. GREEN: ATP; Springdale. Mary Lin GREENE: Futrall; Forrest City. Sharon Kay GREENE: Carnall; Hope. Linda Diane GREER: AAII; Jacksonville. Second Row: Linda Lee GREER: AAII; Alpena. Cheryl Ann GREGORY: Futrall; Bentonville. Wil¬ liam N. GRIER: 2N; Springfield, Mo. Merrill Dean GRIFFIN: Gladson; Harrison. Clarence Harley GUINN: Goshen. Gary Wayne GUNN: Sikeston, Mo. Third Row: Jo Belle HAILEY: AAII; Rogers. Dickie Don HAIRSTON: Droke; Charleston. Larry Walter HALE: £A0; Lockesburg. Mary Carolyn HALE: Holcombe; Haletown. Janie Annette HALEY: Holcombe; Little Rock. Carolyn Anita HALL: AX12; Monett, Mo. Fourth Row: Sandra Jean HALL: Futrall; West Memphis. Alan Wayne HALLUM: Davis; Fort Smith. John R. HAMILTON: Davis; Fort Lyon, Colo. Hugo Arnold HAMMOND: Gravette. Vincent Joseph HANEY, Jr.: Fort Smith. Linda G. HARBOUR: Razorback; Poyen. Fifth Row: L. Michael HARDGRAVE: Hot Springs. Mary Elaine HARGIS: Carnall; Berryville. David Lee HARPER: 2N; Hot Springs. Betty Ann HARRIS: ZTA; Springfield, Mo. George T. HART, Jr.: Little Rock. Georgia Ann HART: AT; Fort Worth, Tex. Sixth Row: Elsie Marie HARTL: Holcombe; Hot Springs. Harold Henry HARTMAN: Fayetteville. Pamela Eve HATHAWAY: AXfi; Little Rock. Thomas L. HATHAWAY: AKA; Baytown, Texas. Ronnie Efton HATLEY: Williamj Corning. Joseph Franklin HAYNIE: IIKA; Richardson, Tex. 87 First Row : Sharon Ann HECK: Fayetteville. Annie HEINOLD: AAA; Fort Smith. Marilyn Jeanne HEINS: Neosho, Mo. Joe Boyd HENDERSON: 2N; Stuttgart. Joe S. HENDERSON, Jr.: nKA; England. Donald Howard HENRY: 2N; Springdale. Second Roiv: Ronald Jay HE NSON: El Dorado. Gerald Dee HERBAUGH: Farm House; Bentonville. G. Frank HERRING: El Dorado. Robert Pope HESLEP: 2X; Helena. Bonnie Jean HETHERINGTON: AAA; Benton. Richard Allen HIGGINS: Joplin, Mo. Third Row : George T. HIGHT: Morrilton. Robert Alan HILE: Murfreesboro. Charles C. HILL: Acacia; Little Rock. Dana Kay HILL: XD; Little Rock. Harold Clark HILL: AKA; Hot Springs. Steve HILL: Lockesburg. Fourth Row: Tommy Jasper HILL: Fayetteville. Donald E. HILTON: Ripley; Pine Bluff. Peggy HIPP: Xfi; Little Rock. Rosemary Alma HOAG: Razorback; Mena. Susan Jane HODGES: Razorback; Henderson. Stephen M. HOEHN: Wilson Sharp; Malden, Mo. Fifth Row: Barbara Jeanne HOFFMAN: AAIT; Dallas, Tex. Carolyn J. HOFFMANN: Razorback; Fort Smith. Judy Garland HOGUE: 4-H; Monticello. Allen H. HOL¬ LAND: Hindsville. John W. HOLLAND: Acacia; Berry- ville. Lorene Kennon HOLLINGSWORTH: Fayetteville. It Was Fantastic! Hogs Beat Texas First Row: Thomas Hayle HOLLIS: Camden. Jerry Dean HOLLOWAY: Humphreys; Huntsville. Joy Snapp HOLMAN: XD; Newport. Aden Jackson HOLT; 2X; Dallas, Tex. Burl Ray HORN: Glad- son; Fort Worth, Tex. Sandra Jean HORNE: Carnall; Paris. Second Row: Arthur Lee HORNICK, Jr.: 2X; North Little Rock. Georgia HORNOR: Xfi; West Helena. Carolyn Ruth HORNSBY: 4-H House; De- Queen. Howard Aaron HOUSTON: William; Hope. Harriet Kay HUBBARD: IIB £; Fort Smith. Joseph Paul HUBER: Rogers. Third Row: Melvyn Errol HUDDLESTON: Glad- son; Walnut Ridge. Karen S. HUDSON: AT; Fayette¬ ville. W. David HUGHEY: Searcy. Suzanne McElroy HUGHES: AAA; Marvell. Charles Michael HULEN: Yocum; Booneville. Patricia Ann HULL: Razorback; Cassville, Mo. Fourth Row: Lonnie Liu HUSSEY: Eureka Springs. David Burk HUTCHENS: Humphreys; Monett, Mo. Phillip R. HUTKA: AKA; Union City, N. J. Susan Dill HUTTON: nB4 ; Dallas, Tex. Robert John HYLLE: Ripley; Wynne. Marsha Peyton IMES: ZTA; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Libby INGRUM: ZTA; Springdale. Charles W. INLOW: Bentonville. Tim IRBY: 24 E; Little Rock. Denise ISNARD: KKT; Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Lawrence Donald JACIMORE: Sedgwell; Rus¬ sellville. John Kendrick JAMESON: Pine Bluff. Sixth Row: John Lester JAYNE: 4 A0; Warren. Linda Lee JEAN: Holcombe; Fort Smith. Christy Gay JENKINS: 4-H House; Lavada. Gloria Jean JENKINS: Holcombe; Paragould. John David JENK¬ INS: f»A0 ; Malvern. George Claude JERNICAN, III: AKA; Rector. Daniel Lawrence JOHNSON: Davis; Henderson. 88 Juniors Frank Br o y|es afer ’be 22nd straight victory. Gabriel was on loan from the University of Texas after the Hog victory. First Row: J. Gayle JOHNSON: AAA; Strong. Judith Ann JOHNSON: AAII ; Texarkana. Judith Leigh JOHN¬ SON: X12; Springfield. Mo. Larry Hershel JOHNSON: AXA; Leachville. Mike JOHNSON: TKE; Pine Bluff. Nancy Jane JOHNSON: ZTA; Camp Zama, Japan. Second Row: Patricia R. JOHNSON: ZTA; Malvern. Paul Eddie JOHNSON: Booneville. Ryman Gordon JOHN¬ SON: North Little Rock. Sharon L. JOHNSON: Futrall; Pine Bluff. Victor R. JOHNSON: 2 hE; Fort Smith. Johnny Carles JOHNSTON: Little Rock. Third Row: Marie Burke JOHNSTON: KKT; Little Rock. Marsha JOHNSTON: Little Rock. Don Gilbert JONES: Osage City, Kan. Guy H. JONES, Jr.: Wilson Sharp; Conway. Herbert Douglas JONES: Florence, Ala. Jan JONES: IIB3 ; Kansas City, Kan. Fourth Row: Suellen JONES: AXI2; Houston, Tex. Cleetis Wilburn JUDKINS: Cabot. Mary Susan JUNIEL: AAIT; Stephens. Marilyn KAYS: KKT; Hamburg. Gary N. KEATHLEY: Farm House; Mount Vernon. Herbert Ross KEITH: Farm House; Crumrod. Fifth Row: George Clyde KELL: Swifton. Kaye KEL¬ LER: Holcombe; Weiner. Martha Lynn KELLEY: KKT; Eudora. Sara E. KELLEY: Futrall; Harrison. Susan Drake KELLEY: Xfi; Little Rock. Walker E. KELLEY: 2AE; Bulch. Sixth Row: Don Bascom KENDALL: Fayetteville. Mari¬ lyn Kay KENDRICK: Futrall; Fayetteville. Mary Virginia KENNER: Holcombe; Little Rock. Jeffery Lynn KENN- 1NGTON: 0T; Malvern. Betty Estes KETCHESIDE: Con¬ way. Glenn Frank KILE: William; Milwaukee, Wis. Seventh Row: Donald Spunn KIMBALL: Franklin. Thelma G. KIMBRELL: Futrall; Leslie. H. Bruce KIM¬ BROUGH: Sedgwell; Batesville. Janice KINCAID: AAA; Dallas, Tex. Georgann KINCANNON: Carnall; Booneville. John C. KINCY: Lowell. Eighth Row: James W. KING, Jr.: IIKA; Paragould. Jerry Derward KING: Van Buren. H. Suzanne KINNEY: ZTA; Bauxite. Kathlynn Sanders KIRK: Alpena. Anne Dorrit KIRKEGAARD: ZTA; Kjellemp, Denmark. Suzanne KITCHEN: KKT; Jacksonville. Ninth Row: Jem KITTLE: North Little Rock. Brenda Sue KIZZIA: Hot Springs. Joseph Elkins KLEIN: 2X; Little Rock. Richard Max KLINE: 2AE; North Little Rock. Carolyn Sue KNIGHT: AAII; Lincoln, Neb. Judith Lynn KOEN: Futrall; Hot Springs. 89 Juniors Would you believe— our group had 98% more ... with exlax? That someone stole all the toilet paper from Humphreys? First Row : Ronald C. KALB: McGehee. Edward Michael KOSER: Irvington, N. J. Ramona J. KOZEL: ZTA; Fort Smith. Jerry S. KYLE: Magnolia. James Arnold LACY: Acacia; Hot Springs. Frederick S. LA- DAGE: 2AE; Fort Smith. Second Row : Nancy Ann LAFFERTY: AXfi; Fayette¬ ville. Michael Eugene LAFOLLETE: Little Rock. Michael Dean LAMB: Leola. Wesley Olivia LAMBERT: Razorback; Shreveport, La. Dalton LANE: Fayetteville. Jerry Monroe LANER: 2N; Fayetteville. Third Row: Willis George LARSEN: Hanover Park, Ill. James Stephen LAUCK: 2X; North Little Rock. George Stephen LAUX: Gladson; Morrilton. Glenda Gay LAW:: Futrall; Ozark. Leah C. LAWLER: Hot Springs. Robert Odus LAWRENCE: Montrose. Fourth Row : Jerry Joe LAWSON: Bentonville. Jerry William LAY: William; Fort Smith. Tom LEA: 2N; Bartlesville, Okla. Jack William LEE, Jr.: Fort Smith. James Randal LEE: AKA; Pine Bluff. Linda LEE: AAII; Romance. Fijth Row: Cherie Anne LEGATSKI: AT; Bartlesville, Okla. David Guy LEHN, Jr.: Springfield, Mo. James Morris LEMING: Russellville. Marguerite Ann LEVY: AXS2; Little Rock. Burett Lafayette LEWIS, Jr.: Fayette¬ ville. Peggy LEWIS: UBS; Magnolia. Sixth Row: Rodney Shelton LEWIS: Clinton. Bart Rabb LINDSEY: 2AE; Helena. Margie LINNEN: Fayette¬ ville. Dwight Thomas LISLE: Huntsville. Don E. LITTLE: 2N; Hot Springs. Sarah Elizabeth LITTLE: ZTA; Pine Bluff. Seventh Row: Kenneth Alan LLOYD: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Bill G. LOFTIN: Acacia; Fayetteville. Vince Morris LONG: 2N; El Dorado. James Michael LONG AN: Joplin, Mo. Gary Pat LOOPER: Fort Smith. George Dean LOVE: AXA; Stuttgart. Eighth Row: Jeannie LOWE: KKT; Hope. Lonnie West LUTHER: Fayetteville. Lucy Martin LYON: Warren. Ross Edwin MACE: 2AE; Springfield, Mo. Shari Anne MACKIE: AT; Arlington, Tex. Richard Carl MAGIE: Jacksonville. Ninth Row: Robert Morgan MAGNESS, Jr.: ITKA; Batesville. Kathryn A. MANATT: Hot Springs. Robert Eugene MANATT: Hot Springs. Nancy Gaye MARBLE: Futrall; Neosho, Mo. John G. MARINO: IIKA; Camden. Richard Lee MARKELL: $A9; DeQueen. 90 First Raw: Steve L. MARQUESS: Humphreys; Benton- ville. John K. MARTENSEN: 2 1 E; Fayetteville. Dallas Ardell MARTIN: Farm House; Mansfield. Howard L. MARTIN: AKA; North Little Rock. Joseph Gary MAR- TINE: Sedgwell; Marion. Zanette MARTINKUS: Hol¬ combe; Fort Smith. Second Row: David Karim MARTINOUS: Fort Smith. Judy Kaye MASON: Futrall; Foreman. Thomas E. MAS¬ SEY, 111: 2AE; Morriston. Susan Trigg MATTHEWS: KKF; Pine Bluff; James Stanley MATTISON: DeQueen. Travis L. MAULDIN: Texarkana, Tex. Third Row: James Madison MAY: 2X; North Little Rock. Ralph Dewel MAY: ATP; Danville. Gary Duane MAYFIELD: IIKA; Ashdown. Robert Dale MAYO: Holly Grove. Jim R. MAZZANTI: K2; Lake Village. James E. McALISTER: Sedgwell; Crossett. Fourth Row: Margaret Ann McALLISTER: AXD; Gravette. Robert L. McALLISTER: Fort Smith. John Michael McBEE: Hobbs, N. M. John Walter McCAIN: Springdale. Nancy Carolyn McCALLA: Fairfax, Va. Donald Ralph McCLURE: Benton. Fifth Row: Max G. McCOY: K2; Sheridan. Linda Carolyn McCULLOCH: Fayetteville. Thomas Michael Mc- CUTCHEON: 2X; Little Rock. James Shaw McDONALD, Jr.: Pine Bluff. Katherine Sue McDONALD: IIB I ; Wel¬ don. Lynn Elizabeth McDONALD: KKT; Dallas, Tex. Hogs Ranked No. 1 For First Time First Row: Seth Houston McELVANEY: Mabel- vale. Bill E. McGEHEE: Texarkana. Pat H. Mc- GOWAN: 2N; Fort Smith. Rodney Lynn McGUIRE: Droke; Dardanelle. Pat McLOCHLIN: 2X; Little Rock. John Darrell McMASTER: Ripley; Gravette. Second Row: Susan McMILLAN: ZTA; Malvern, f rank C. McMILLIN: 2N; Hot Springs. William R. McNAlR, Jr.: 2AE; Fayetteville. Jack Allison Mc- NULTY: 2AE; Pine Bluff. Mickey Paul McSHAN: 2X; Wichita Falls, Tex. Mary Elizabeth McSHANE: KKP; Little Rock. Third Row: Ellen Raye McSPADDEN: Xf2; Bates- ville. George Oliver McSWAIN: Ripley; Ethel. Don L. MEADE: OT; Magnolia. Jack Edward MEADOWS, Jr.: IIKA; Crossett. Billye Regina MEANS: AAA; ' Jacksonville. Russell Scott MEASE: 2N; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Kent L. MEENEN: Fayetteville. Kathleen Hall MEISTRELL: Fayetteville. Carl Frank MENYHART: Little Rock. J. Conley MEREDITH: AKA; North Little Rock. Alvin Reynold MEYER: 2X; Readland. Donald Gene MILLER: Cabot. Fifth Row: John N. MILLER: Springdale. Mar- cille MILLER: XD; Harrison. Michael Dale MILLER: ‘kAB; El Dorado. Josie Merice MILLS: Razorback Prairie Grove. Joan Elizabeth MITCHELL: Futrall; Vicksburg, Miss. Elisabeth Ann MOATS: AXD Uniontown, Pa. Sixth Row: John Alan MONTGOMERY: Fort Devans, Mass. Alicia Grace MOODY: Bentonville Wallace McClain MOODY: 2X; El Dorado. Kay MOON: Razorback; Eudora. Cheri Elaine MOORE ZTA; Annandale, Va. Larry Don MOORE: William House; Russellville. 91 First Row: Sandra Kay MOORE: ZTA; Benton. Wayne Thomas MOORE: 2X; Hot Springs. Shelly Anne MORAN: Cabot. Norman Warren MOREY: DeWitt. Jack Clark MORGAN: North Little Rock. Joyce Patricia MORGAN: Razorback; Muskogee, Okla. Second Row: Karen Ann MORGAN: Holcombe; For- dyce. Katherine Lawrence MORGAN: AAA; Fort Smith. Julia Anne MORRIS: Little Rock. Judith Ann MOSEY: Holcombe; Salem. Thelma Jo MOSIER: AAA; Siloam Springs. Susanna Maria MOSLEY: AXft; Mena. Third Row: Ralph L. MUNDAY: Acacia; El Dorado. Tommy Edward MUSICK: II KA; Little Rock. Gilbert C. MYATT: Wingo. Ky. Cheryl J. MYERS: Fayetteville. Nancy Virginia MYERS: Razorback; Mena. Lamar Ed¬ ward MARON, Jr.: Howard AFB, Panama Canal Zone. Fourth Row: Cheryl Ann NASH: 4-H House; El Dorado. Jim R. NASH: Little Rock. Sybil Frances NASH: Futrall; Texarkana. Cheryl LaVonne NAU: AAA; Monett, Mo. Edaar Lewis NAYLOR: Springdale. Gustavo Anthony NELSON: Gurdon. Fifth Row: Patsy NELSON: AXQ; El Dorado. Randall William NELSON: Kalispell, Mont. Edward Neil NEUN- HERZ: Buchanan; Little Reck. Larry Clell NEWCOMB: Sedgwell; Salado. Marshall Roy NEWMAN: Bonnerdale. Ann NEWTON: ZTA; Star City. Library Set To Open By Fall, ’67 First Roiv: James Everett NICKERSON: DeQueen. Janet Marie NICKERSON: 4-H House; DeQueen. Sue Carole NODLER: Holcombe; Neosho, Mo. Stan¬ ley A. NORRIS: Green Forrest. Carol Jane NORTON: Holcombe; Harrison. David Allen NORWOOD: Mor¬ ris, Ill. Second Row: Tom Wayne NORWOOD: Morrilton. Joe E. NOWLIN: 2N; Arkadelphia. Billy Dean O’BAR: AIT; Ozark. Ella Victoria OFFUTT: Fayette¬ ville. Charles Edward OGDEN: Fort Smith. Thomas Roy OGDEN: Mena. Third Row: Tetsumi OISHI: Ripley; Jacksonville. Paul Wayne OLLAR: Bryant. Gary Eugene O’NEAL: IIKA; Morrilton. Charles Ray OWEN: Emerson. Ray OWEN, Jr.: AXA; Hot Springs. William Russ OWENS: Marianna. Fourth Row: James F. PARKS: Phoenix, Ariz. Maka Ann PARNELL: KKT; Osceola. Janee Willette PARRIS: Razorback; Fort Smith. Donna Jane PAR¬ SONS: 4-H House; Texarkana. Paulena Ann PAS¬ CHAL: AXQ; Rogers. Diana Maria PATE: Futrall; Cabot. Fifth Row: John Samuel PATTERSON: 4 A0; Clarksville. Ollie Low PATTON: Holcombe; Van Buren. Robert Duren PEARSON: Fort Smith. Loren Douglas PEDERSON: Fayetteville. Michael C. PE- HOSH: Ward. Jim Tom PELT: Plain view. Sixth Row: Martha Eunice PERSUE: Futrall; El Dorado. James Edwin PERKINS: Gladson; Tex¬ arkana. Rosalie Sandra PERRY: Little Rock. C. Darrell PERRYMAN: Fayetteville. Ellis Lamar PET- TUS: Sedgwell; Forrest City. Lynda Dale PHARR: Fayetteville. 92 Juniors New, sparkling, fifty-bed infirmary opened after Christmas. Suf¬ fering students discovered there was no doctor on weekends. First Row: Madeline Sue PHELPS: AXft; Wiesbaden, Germany. Joseph Robert PICKARD: Harrison. James Larry PICKERING: Waldo. Tommy F. PIERCY: North Little Rock. William R. PITTMAN: AKA; Lonsdale. Linda Joyce PLEDGER: Futrall; El Dorado. Second Row : Larry James PLUMLEE: Salem. Harold Eugene PLUNKETT: Fort Smith. Sylvia Patricia POCK- RUS: AT; El Dorado. Sissy POLK: Little Rock. Chris POLYCHRON: 2N; Little Rock. Cara Ann POM- FRET: Futrall Hall; Philadelphia, Pa. Third Row: Gerald A. PONDER: 2N; El Dorado. Norman Dale POOL: Gentry. David L. POOLE: Cabot. Kenneth Wayne POORE: Fayetteville. John Julius POPE: Fayetteville. John Winton PORTER: Little Rock. Fourth Row: Carl Russell POSTLEWATE: Gladson; Hct Springs. Rebecca Ann POWELL: ZTA; Eudora. Lon¬ nie Austin POWENS: William; Texarkana. James Ray PRICE: Letona. Kathryn H. PRICE: Holcombe; Jones¬ boro. Micheal Matthew PRIDE: LA0; Horatio. Fifth Row: Walt Lipsey PRIEST: 2N; Beebe. Patricia A. PROVINE: KKP; El Dorado. Anthony Frank PULTZ: IIK A: Hot Springs. James A. PURDY, III: Cincinnati, Ohio. Janie Rasco PURDY: DeWitt. Homer PURTLE, Jr.: Ripley; Prescott. Sixth Row: John Wesley PURTLE: 24 E; Helena. Barbara Lynne PURVIS: AAII; Wichita, Kan. Cecile Jozette QUIMBY: Holcombe; El Dorado. Homer Allen RABJOHN: Little Rock. Sharon Harvie RAGAN: Fayette¬ ville. Thomas Denton RAKES: Davis; Bentonville. Seventh Row: Ralph Raymond RAMSEY, Jr.: 2X; Smackover. Ronald Everett RAMSEY: Siloam Springs. James O. RAUCH: Aurora, Mo. Patricia Ann RAWL¬ INGS: KKP; Fort Smith. Carolyn Ann RAY: West Fork. Alice Jo RAYMOND: Fayetteville. Eighth Row: Larry REA: Acacia; North Little Rock. Donna Jane READ: ZTA; North Little Rock. Dana Kay REDDING: AT; Dallas, Tex. E. Smith REED. Jr.: A0; St. Louis, Mo. John Lee REED: Ripley; Pine Bluff. George Douglas REGAN: Malvern. Ninth Row: Mark Randall REIF: K2; Fort Smith. Lawrence Joseph REILLY, Jr.: 2AE; Baytown, Tex. Wil¬ liam George REINHART: Stuttgart. Lawrence David REMAGEN: Fayetteville. Bonnie Lee REYNOLDS: Hol¬ combe; Hot Springs. Milton Bradford REYNOLDS: Glad¬ son; Texarkana. Juniors Jon Brittenum is mobbed by exuberant fans after engineering the winning, last minute TD drive that shocked the Longhorns. First Row : Richard Ronald REYNOLDS: Acacia; Bermuda, B.C.C. Sara Sue REYNOLDS: AT; Bentonville. Jane Carolyn RHODES: ITB4 ; Springfield, Mo. Jimmy Dale RHODES: Nashville. James Fred RICE: Fayetteville. William C. RICHARDS: SAG; Pine Bluff. Second Row: Linda Kaye RICHTER: 4-H House; Gil- lett. Henry Harrison RINGLER: Fort Smith. Betty Jean RINIE: Carnall; Belleville. Darrell Victor RIPPY: Yocum; Charleston. Cloyse Arley RITCHEY: 2 LE; Smackover. James William ROBBINS: AKA; Benton. Third Row: Kathryn Ann ROBBINS: AAA; Hot Springs. Betty Lou ROBERTS: AAA; Green Forrest. Billie Ann ROBERTS: IIB4 ; Hot Springs. Ronald E. ROBERTS: West Memphis. Willia Jeanette ROBERTS: Razorback; Booneville. Judith Carol ROBINSON: IIB t ; Sherrill. Fourth Row: Frances Maria ROGERS: Xft; Little Rock. Gordon Gray ROGERS: 2AE; Ardmore, Okla. James William ROGERS: 4 A0; Little Rock. Frank Daniel RORIE: Sedgwell; Imperial Beach, Calif. Carl Henry ROSE: 2AE; Fort Smith. Cla ude James ROSE: ATP; Leachville. Fifth Row: Glenna ROSE: AXQ; Fayetteville. Jannette ROSE: ZTA; Fayetteville. Larry Dean ROSS: Star City. Mazie Sue ROSS: Carnall; Hope. Joe Philip ROUSE: Fayetteville. Robin ROUSSEAU: St. Charles. Sixth Row: Mary Patricia ROWAN: AAA; Euless. Tex. Charles Clinton ROWE: Fort Smith. Linda Lou ROWLAND: AAA; Dumas. Donald Gene RUSH: Benton¬ ville. Charles F. RUSSELL: Acacia; Bryant. David Keith RUTLEDGE: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Seventh Row: Robert Dale RYAN: Springdale. John Arnold RYLES: Buchanan; Booneville. Thomas Patrick SACKEN: Humphreys; Beaumont, Tex. Evelyn Sue SAMONS: Holcombe; Malvern. Sandra Beth SANDERS: ZTA; Dallas, Tex. Jo Anne SCARBOROUGH: Clarksville. Eighth Row: Cloyce Wayne SCHEER: Yocum; Lafe. Roger Dale SCHISLER: 2 1 E; Jonesboro. Peggy Ann SCHELL: ZTA; Bauxite. Ronald Richard SCHMIDT: Milwaukee, Wis. Virginia Lea SCHMIDT: Mountain View. Robert Charles SCHRAPLAU: White Plains, N. Y. Ninth Roiv: Donna L. SCHROEDER: Jonesboro. Jane SCHWIEGER: ZTA; Shreveport. La. Sarah Lee SCOTT: AAA; Conway. Ladd Julian SCRIBER: 2X; Crossett. Rebecca SEARCY: AAn ; Benton. Roman Joseph SELIG: Corning. 94 First Row: Robert G. SERID: Eudora. John White SHANNON: 2N; Star City. Richard Patrick SHANNON: 2N; Springfield, Mo. Harold Lee SHARBER: Droke; Sulphur Springs, Tex. Ken SHARP: 2N; Fort Smith. Julie Ann SHARUM: KKT; Fort Smith. Second Row : Robert William SHEDDY: AXA; Little Rock. Lee Boyd SHELL: Davis; Prairie View. Mary Sue SHERLAND: Xfi; McGehee. Dianne SHORT: KKF; Magnolia. Richard E. SIEGLER: Buchanan; Little Rock. Judy SIKES: Razorback; DeQueen. Third Row: Walter Eugene SILLIMAN: Camden. Charles Grayson SIMPSON: Humphreys; Batesville. Joe P. SING, Jr.: 211; Pine Bluff. George L. SINGLETON: IIKA; Fort Smith. Margaret Lee SKELTON: Springdale. William Anton SKERCZAK: Wapakoneta, Ohio. Fourth Row: John Paul SKLAVOS: Thessaloniki, Greece. Mary Katherine SLAVEN: XD; Fayetteville. Jessie M. SLAYTON: Pocahontas. Steven Rollin SLOAN: Sedg- well; Glenwood. William J. SMEAD: 2N; Camden. Dee Diane SMITH: AAA; Pocahontas. Fifth Row: Jacqueline D. SMITH: XQ; Little Rock. John Clarence SMITH: McGehee. Raymond Lee SMITH: Bentonville. Sharon Anne SMITH: KKT; Shreveport, La. Troy Faith SMITH: Carnall; Calico Rock. Warner Thomas SMITH: William; Louann. ‘Stop the World’ Opens Monday First Row: William Hix SMITH, Jr.: Nashville. Fred D. SNEED: Horatio. Sandra L. SNOW: AAII; Little Rock. Patricia Byars SOCKWELL: ZTA; North Little Rock. Jerry C. SPARROW: 2N; Stuttgart. Albert Richard SPEARS: Fort Smith. Second Row: Janice Sue SPLETH: Holcombe; Houston, Tex. Marilyn Jo SPOTTS: Razorback; Little Rock. Wioliam Arthur SPRATLIN: Humphreys; Der mott. Mark Andrew STAERKEL: North Little Rock. Alice Anne STAFFORD: Carnall; Parsons, Kan. Joe H. STAFFORD: I A0; Fayetteville. Third Row: James E. STANDRIDGE: Russellville. Linda Kay STANLEY: XQ; Augusta. Betty STEEL: AAA; Nashville. George Edwin STEEL: 2N; Nash¬ ville. Susan Marie STEELE: XQ; Fort Smith. Janet Carolyn STEWART: AT; Kansas City, Mo. Fourth Row: Michael Stephen STEWART: Rus¬ sellville. John Richard STICKMON: 2N; Blytheville. David C. STIFF, Jr.: Dallas, Tex. John William STILES: Droke: Little Rock. John McCollum STIN¬ SON: 2X; Camden. Margaret Ann STOBAUGH: Holcombe; Memphis, Tenn. Fifth Row: James Guy STOKES: K2; Julesburg, Colo. Stephen Patrick STOREY: AXA; Hot Springs. Susan Wright STOREY: IIB $ ; Shreveport, La. Sondra Sue STOSBERC: Razorback; Fort Smith. Lynda STUART: AT; Newport. Richard STUBBS: Acacia; Little Rock. Sixth Roiv: Drew STURGIS: 2AE; Arkadelphia. Bobby Donald SIJTTT: Hot Springs. Inger Gustav- sdotter SUNDELIN: Holcombe; Uppsala. Sweden. Walter McGraw SWEARINGEN: Owensboro, Ky. Brenda Lee SWEET: XQ; Forrest City. John Arthur SWIFT: Sedgwell; Charleston. 95 First Row : Janies Arnold SYKES: Lavaca. James Donald SYKES. Jr.: Humphreys; Heber Springs. Gary E. TAGGART: Davis; Augusta. Anna Lynn TARKING- TON: AAII ; North Little Rock. Pat TARVIN: KKT; Hct Springs. Gail F. TATUM: Fort Smith. Second Row: Kaye Frances TATUM: Batesville. Jimmie R. TAYLOR: Texarkana. Mary Lois Elizabeth TAYLOR: Razorback; Dermott. Don Paul TEAGUE: William; Spring- hill, La. Kenny Morris TEAGUE: Mountainburg. Mona Marsha TEMPLETON: Futrall; El Dorado. Third Row: Bobby Ray TERRELL: Murfreesboro. John Wirt THANE: 2N; Texarkana. Joel L. THOMAS: Cam¬ den. David Edward THOMPSON: Joplin, Mo. Jack 1.. THOMPSON: Springdale. Joan Marie THOMPSON: Futrall.; Augusta. Fourth Row: Winfred Lee THOMPSON: North Little Rock. Robert S. THORNTON: 2N; Camden. Ruby Nell THRELKELD: Carnall; Fort Smith. Joyce Elaine TIN- DLE: ZTA; Malvern. George Raymond TODD: Farm House; Fayetteville. Edward Truman TOLLETT: Nash¬ ville. Fifth Row: Laurel Kathryn TOWNSEND: Xfi; Little Rock. Robert Lee TRAMMEL: £A0; Little Rock. Dawn Marie TRAMMELL: AAIT; Mountain Home. Tommy G. TRANTHAM: MO; Little Rock. Ellen Diane TREECE: Futrall; Harrison. Barbara Ann TREMBLE: ITB t ; Shawnee Mission, Kan. Senate To Sponsor Yiet Nai II Forum First Row: Glen A. TRUITT: Decatur. Theresa Marie TUCK: IIB f ; Fayetteville. Johnny Alexander TUCKER: Gladson; Conway. Robert W. TUCKER: K2; Little Rock. Phyllis TULL: ZTA; Scott. Thomas Lyle TULLOUS: t B0; Pine Bluff. Second Row: Betty Carol TURNAGE: KKP; Lake Village. Janice Darlene TURNER: 4-H House; Corn¬ ing. Nancy Jane TURNER: X0; Fort Smith. Pam TURNER: ' KKP; Magnolia. John Nicholas TURNIP- SEED: Fayetteville. David E. TYRONE: AX A; Blytheville. Third Row: Hilda B. UNDERNEAR: Holcombe; Rogers. Layman Ray UTTER: Rocky Comfort, Mo. Carol VAN DALSEM: AAA; Perryville. Richard L. VAN METER: TKE; Little Rock. Janiece Van VALKENBURGH: IIB4 ; Tulsa, Okla. Marsha Ellen VANCE: AT; Tulsa, Okla. Fourth Row: Larry Marlin VANCUREN: Harri¬ son. James Bryant VAWTER: 211; Fayetteville. Jim¬ mie D. VEST: Branch. David Eugene VESTER: Stutt¬ gart. Johnny N. VICORY: Pine Bluff. William Oliver VOWELL: 2X; North Little Rock. Fifth Row: Saundra Lynn WADE: AAA; Checotah, Okla. Joseph J. WAGES: Branch. William B. WAG¬ ONER: ITKA; Little Rock. Deanna Karen WALDRIP: Carnall. North Little Rock. James Lindsey WALKER, Jr.: AKA; Hot Springs. James William WALKER: 2AE; Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Lary Rodney WALKER: Yocum; De- Queen. Michael Jeffrey WALKER: Paris. Barney Earl WALLACE, Jr.: Texarkana. Diana Gene WAL¬ LIN: AAA; Earle. Charles Philip WALLIS: Waldo. James Caphos WALSH: Humphrey. If! : (! || |jjfe r; __ M jr L t.. m Juniors Industrious Agriculture students brew sure-fire green paint remover available to women ' s houses. University physical plant and TRAVELER editors for use during Engineer ' s Week, First Row: Dana Margaret WANGER: AXft; Little Rock. Jane Lee WARE: AXD; Calhoun, La. Phillip Jay WARFORD: Fayetteville. Carol Elizabeth WARNOCK: AAII; Camden. Dale A. WARREN: Fort Smith. Eliza¬ beth Anne WASHBURN: Xfi; Shreveport, La. Second Row: Elizabeth Field WASSELL: Little Rock. Larry S. WATKINS: Wilson Sharp; Hamburg. Diana Gene WATSON: AAn; Elaine. Sam Edward WATSON: Davis; Paragould. Virginia Carol WATSON: AT; Dallas, Tex. Harold W. WAYMIRE: Little Rock. Third Row: Beverly Anne WEATHERED: AAIT; Waco, Tex. George T. WEAVER: 2AE; Pine Bluff. James Travis WEBB: Fordyce. Jerry Edward WEBB: Huntsville. Dean Tillman WEDDLE: Corning. Cecil Larry WEIR: North Little Rock. Fourth Row: Sharon Diane WEIR: North Little Rock. Bobby Wayne WELCH: Gladson; Hot Springs. Mandy WELLBORN: AXfi; Sheridan. David Eugene WENNER- STROM: Fayetteville. Norma Rose WESTFALL: Razor- back; Little Rock. George Waldon WESTMORELAND: IIKA; Hot Springs. Fifth Row: Linda Sue WESTMORELAND: Futrall; Beaumont, Tex. Jacob Lee WESTON: Hot Springs. H. Keith WETSELL: North Little Rock. Ann Marie WHALEY: XD; Little Rock. Otis Bart WHATLEY, Jr.: William; El Dorado. Jackie Darwin WHELCHEL: Fort Smith. Sixth Row: Mary Anne WHITAKER: KKP; Baytown, Tex. Beverly Ann WHITE: KKr; Fayetteville. Jerry Allen WHITE: Little Rock. William Wesley WHITE: Ripley; Fort Smith. Bruce Handel WHITSON: 2N; Benton. Harold Turner WHITSON, II: J A0; Clarksville. Seventh Row: Mitchell Eugene WHIYIINGION: Cam¬ den. Margaret Ann WIESE: IIB3 ; Pine Bluff. Mickey B. WILBER: ATP; Maysville. James H. WILKINS: Fayetteville. Luanne WILKINS: ITB ; Pine Bluff. Michael Clark WILKINS: Buchanan; Dallas, Tex. Eighth Row: Jane Ann WILKINSON: Holcombe; Nowata, Okla. Peggy Jo WILBANKS: Holcombe; Elaine. Jerry Wallace WILLIAMS: Yocum; Clarksdale. Linda Gail WILLIAMS: Futrall; Little Rock. Gary Lee WIL¬ LIAMSON: Gladson; Mena. Kathryn Susanne WILLIAM¬ SON: XD; Falls Church, Va. Ninth Row: Robert H. WILLIS: Watson. Thomas C. WILLOUGHBY: Tulsa, Okla. Millie Ann WILLS: Hol¬ combe; Tulsa, Okla. Charles Larry WILSON: Hot Springs. David J. WILSON: AXA; Osceola. Paula Ann WILSON: Carnall; Huntsville. 97 ,. r ' m Old Main, besides being the campus ' oldest building and the symbol of the University, is the most photographed—this time blanketed with snow. Jameson Named Homecoming Queen First Row: F. Ervan WIMBERLY: Walnut Ridge. Stanley Joe WINGERT: ATP; Rose Bud. Hurtsell Clark WINGFIELD: AX A; North Little Rock. Jerry Lee WIN¬ TER: Garden City, Mo. Sharon LeAnn WISENER: Hol¬ combe; Clenwood. Bobby Joe WITHERINGTON: IIKA; Hamburg. Second Row: Dottie Lynn WITHERINGTON: AAA; Dumas. Larry E. WITHERS: Sedgwell; Lavaca. Barbara Jean WOOD: Razorback; Springdale. Harrell Wallace WOOD, Jr.: AKA; Pine Bluff. John Steven WOOD: XX; Mena. Nancy Ellen WOODS: Carnall; Little Rock. Third Row: William H. L. WOODYARD: XX; Little Rock. William Robert WOOLLY: William House; Little Rock. Carolyn Jane WORTZ: IIB$; Fort Smith. Billie Sue WRIGHT: Lonoke. Larry John WRIGHT: William House; Paris. Linda Kay WRIGHT: Foreman. Fourth Row: Randall B. WRIGHT: KX; Lonoke. Dick WYATT: XX; Blytheville. William Stephen WYLIE: Murfreesboro. Gerald Louis YANKER: North Little Rock. J. W. YATES: Fort Smith. James Lee YATES: Davis; Jor.esbcro. Fifth Row: Charles E. YIELDING: ATP; Ward. Freddie Lee YOUNG: Little Rock. Gary Cleveland YOUNG: AKA; Little Rock. Marilyn YOUNG: Futrall; North Little Rock. Albert M. ZAWISLAK: Little Rock. Mary Jo ZULLO: Razorback; Hot Springs. 98 Snakes, Sigma Pi Vie For Grid Title First. Row: Harry Hewes ABERNATHY: Humphreys Hall; Little Rock. Howard O’Neale ADAMS: Sand Springs, Okla. Ted R. ADKINS: McNeil. Sherry Jean AH ART: Fayetteville. Diane AHRENS: Xfi; Little Rock. John Philip ALEXANDER: Springdale. Second Row : Mary Alice ALEXANDER: Crossett. John William ALLEGRETTI: Glehellyh, Ill. Cynthia hay ALLEN: AT; Nevada. Mo. Leroy ALLEN, Jr.: Acacia; Tuckerman. Michael Paul ALLEN: Hope. Robert Owen ALLEN: Brookhaven, Miss. Third Row: Phil ALLEY: Benton. Howell AMOS: Fort Smith. Elisabeth Dove ANDERSON: Fayetteville. James Watson ANDERSON: 2N; El Dorado. Marion Wayne ANDREWS: Muldron, Okla. Sally ANDRUS: AAI7; Lawton, Okla. Fourth Row: John Franklin ANTHONY: Hope. Pauline Alice APPLETON: KKT; Warren. Ann Carol ARNOLD: AXO; Hope. Marsha Carole ARTHUR: Futrail; Magnet Cove. W. Roger ATKINS: IIKA; Earle. Linda Sue BAD- DOUR: AAH; Wynne. Fifth Row: Ronald Charles BAER: Turrell. Linda Sue BAINS: AAII; Baytown. Tex. Robert Lee BALL: Oden. Owen Dwain BAKER: Fayetteville. Albert F. BALTZ: Pocahontas. Mannor G. BANKSON, Jr.: Malvern. Sixth Row: Lewis D. BARKSDALE: Fort Smith. Ron¬ nie R. BARNER: Forrest City. Gerald David BARNES: -n; Camden. Diane BARNETT: Carnall; Bull Shoals. Jennifer llene BARRETT: Razorback Hall; Springdale. Ben Thomas BARRY: I A0; Fort Smith. Seventh Roiv: Ray Ellis BARTLEY: Fayetteville. Curtis Blair BARTON: Humphreys Hall; Overland Park, Kan. Barbara Ann BASORE: Fayetteville. Earl James HASS: Buchannan; Paegelow, Scotland. Susan Ellen BAUER: XS2; Fort Worth, Tex. Paula Louise BAUM: AAn; Monett, Mo. Fine Arts students, afraid to enter condemned Junior Arts Center, find refuge on sidewalk, leaving instructor with cockroaches. Sophomores Secret Squirrel, disguised as a mild-mannered campus creature, lurks behind tree waiting to shoot people with bean flip. ■ ■ First Row : Karen Elaine BEAL: Carnall Hall; Dugway, Utah. Gary DeVan BEAN: Stuttgart. John Berry BEARD: William House; Augusta. Virginia C. BEATY: Fayetteville. Harold D. BEAVER: Yocum; Pleasant Plains. Darlene Rowland BECK: Benton. Second Row: Gregory BECK: Malvern. William Herbert BECKER: Sedgwell; Fort Smith. Mike BECKMAN: Wil¬ liam House; McRae. Dennis Dean BECKWORTH: Hum¬ phreys Hall; Little Rock. Alan Hal BEEZLEY: Huntington, Calif. David Lee BELL: AKA; Fort Smith. Third Row : David BELL: 2N; Fort Smith. Sandy BELL: Razorback Hall; Jonesboro. Wayne Thomas BELL: Farmhouse; Rogers. Lorraine Ellen BELMONT: Holcombe Hall; Falls Church, Va. Karon Anne BENNETT: AT; Hot Springs. Mary Frances BENNETT: XD; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Susan Lee BENNETT: Razorback; El Dorado. Wayne Doyling BENNETT: Ripley House; Hot Springs. J. F. BERLINGER: K2; Hot Springs. Boyd Blake BERRY: Humphreys Hall; Fort Smith. Mary BERRYHILL: 4-H House; Violet Hill. Farrish Earl BET- TON: Little Rock. Fifth Row: Charles Elmer BEVERLY: Hope. James Ross B1LBREY: XX; Blytheville. Larry BILBREY: West Fork. Edwin Williamson BIRD, Jr.: XX; Monticello. Linda Lucille BISHOP: Razorback; Zama, Japan. Jimmy Dale BLACK: Farmhouse; Hackett. Sixth Row: Nancy Annette BLAKE: Futrall; Harrison. Priscilla Jean BLAKEMAN: Carnall; DeWitt. Jim Ray BLANSCET: AXA ; Lee’s Summit, Mo. Richard Scott BLECKER: Neosho, Mo. Ingrid Ann BLOOMBERG: Hol¬ combe; Stuttgart. Donald Ray BOLES: Memphis, Tenn. Seventh Row: Lavada Charleen BOLT: Holcombe; De- Queen. Roland C. BONNER: Eudora. Richard Earl BOOTH. Jr.: Pine Bluff. Micheal Dean BOSWELL: Bry¬ ant. Evelyn Gail BOWEN: ZTA; Fayetteville. Arthur Flynt BOWIE: Sedge well; Augusta. Eighth Row: Dianne BOWMAN: Fayetteville. Patricia BOWMAN: IIB 1 ; Neosho, Mo. Loretta Marie BOYD: Fayetteville. Nancy Lu Anne BOYER: Fayetteville. Richard Evan BOYES: Tulsa. Marcus BRACKEEN: Fort Smith. Ninth Row: Jerry Wayne BRACKETT: Joplin, Mo. Lois Jane BRADLEY: KKX; El Dorado. Robert Dale BRAN¬ DON: Lonoke. Charles H. BRANNAN: Fayetteville. Glenn Miller BRATCHER: XX; Little Rock. Donald Gene BRAT¬ TON: Sedgewell; Sheridan. 100 First Row : Bradley Knight BRELAND: Acacia; Hot Springs. Donna Lynn BREWER: AXD; Annandale, Va. Sharyn Ann BREWER: AAII; Hot Springs. John Stephen BRIGGS: Yocum; Neosho, Mo. William Micheal BRIGGS: Droke; Siloam Springs. Richard Gaines BRIGHTWELL: William House; Fayetteville. Second Row : Sharon Hope BRKICH: AT; San Pedro, Cal. Marilou BRODIE: Futrall; Little Rock. Marilyn BRODIE: Futrall; Little Rock. Sharon Dianne BROOKS: AT; Blytheville. Ada Jean BROWN: Holcombe; Pine Bluff. Charles Lee BROWN: 2N; Hope. Third Row : John Junior BROWN: Sedgewell; Benton. Linda Lee BROWN: Futrall; Fort Smith. Nancy Engle BROWN: Fayetteville. Patricia Ann BROWN: AAA; North Little Rock. Norma Kay BROWNE: Rome, N. Y. Larry Lake BRYANT: Farmhouse; Nashville. Fourth Row : Sharon Kaye BRYANT: Holcombe; Springdale. Sheryl Ann BRYANT: Razorback; Nevada, Mo. Shelby Galen BRYANT: Humphreys; Cabot. Geneva Kay BURLINGTON: Fayetteville. Alfred L. BURKE: Ripley; Stamps. Kenneth Norman BURKS, Jr.: William House; Hot Springs. Fifth Row: Barbara BURNETT: AAIT; North Little Rock. Charles Chris BURROW: 2AE; Wynne. Ronald Lewis BURTON: AKA; Fayetteville. Walter Daniel BUT¬ LER: Lexa. Mary Lou CAIN: nB f . Timothy Curtis CAIN: Mountainburg. Homecoming—Hogs Go For 22-0 First Row: A1 John CALDWELL: Yocum; Pana¬ ma Canal Zone. Bryan Glenn CALDWELL, Jr.: Lit¬ tle Rock. Carey Allen CALDWELL: AX A; Fort Worth, Tex. Pat Bonita CALL: 4-H House; Piggott. Pauline Vertreee CALLOWAY: Fayetteville. Terri CAMPBELL: AAA; Little Rock. Second Row: Jerry Lee CANFIELD: Fayetteville. Juan de la CRUZ: William House; Managua, Nica¬ ragua. Glenn Mitchell CARNIOL: William House; Morton Grove, Ill. Richard Burnham CARRUTH: 2N; Shreveport. La. Betty Jean CARTER: Fayette¬ ville. Ralph F. CARTER: William House; Bentonville. Third Row : David Mark CARBER: IIKA; Mena. Larry E. CASEY: Shreveport, La. Lucile CATH- CART: Fayetteville. Edward R. CAUDEL: Yocum; Fort Worth, Tex. Kay Alice CAUGHRON: Holcombe; Tulsa, Okla. John Sturdivant CEARLEY: 2N; Nash¬ ville. Fourth Row: Mario Patricio CELL Gladson; Quito, Eduador. Wayne C. CHAFFIN: Magnolia. John Ed CHAMBERS: K2; Danville. Rebecca Ann CHANEY: Holcombe; Cassville, Mo. David Ray CHAPMAN: IIKA; Tulsa, Okla. Thomas J. CHAPO: Fort Smith. Fifth Row: Susan Louise CHASE: ZTA; Jackson¬ ville. Thomas A. CHERRY: Poteau, Okla. Sarah Lynn CHESSHIR: Futrall; Mesquite. Tex. Linda CHIL¬ TON: Holcombe; Little Rock. Dale CHISM: Ward. Linda Ann CHIOLINO: Futrall; Fort Smith. Sixth Row: Wiley CHRISTAL: Yocum; Newport. Tom CHRISTMAN: Sedgewell; Fort Smith. Kenneth Martin CLAPP: TKE; Fort Smith. Mike N. CLARK: Pine Bluff. Micheal Wayne CLARK: TKE; Monette. Thomas Edward CLARK: El Dorado. 101 First Row: Joan Lillian CLEMENTS: Razorback; San Antonio, Tex. Herschel Wayne CLEVELAND: AKA; Magazine. Marian CLEVELAND: ITB i ; Texarkana, Tex. Donna Kay COCHRAN: Xfi; Texarkana. Marsha Oline COCHRAN: LaRussell, Mo. Robert Eugene COCKRUM: XN; DeWitt. Second Row: Charles E. COE: Newport. James Alfred COLE: Des Moines; Iowa. Marsha S. COLE: 4-H House; Mulberry. Richard Lewis COLES: Sedgewell; Searcy. Wil¬ liam Howe COOK: AXA; Fort Smith. Barbara Jean COOPER: Fayetteville. Third Row: David COOPER: Wilson Sharp; Texarkana. Mary Margaret COOPER: Elkins. Shirley Lee COOPER: Holcombe; Gravette. Edward Everett CORBIN: Green¬ wood. Lonne Clyde COUCH, Jr.: XX; El Dorado. Lucinda Kaye COULTER: ZTA; Lockesburg. Fourth Row: Richard H. COURTNEY: Acacia; Hot Springs. Rick Allen COWDREY: Little Rock. James Kent COXSEY: UK A; Berryville. Donna COZORT: ZTA; Timp- son, Tex. Walter M. CRAIG. Jr.: AKA; North Little Reck. James David CRANFILL: Freeport, Tex. Fifth Row: Jerry Alan CRAUN: Elkins. Lessie Marie CREECY: Keiser. Jack Dan CREWS: 1 A0; North Little Rock. James Vol CRIDER: Greenland. Joanne Patricia CRISMAN: Fayetteville. Cheryl Elaine CRITES: AXQ; El Dorado. Hogs Stomp Tech For Cotton Berth First Row: John D. CROUCH: TKE; Fox. Mary Virginia CROW: Holcombe; Elaine. Judy Mae CRUMB AKER: AT; Rogers. Sherry Lynn CULBERT¬ SON: AAII; Lamar, Mo. C. Ann CUNNINGHAM: Farmington. Josephine Louise CURE: IIB4 ; Blythe- ville. Second Row: John Bell field CURRIE, Jr.: XX; Wilmot. Jim Allen CURTIS: Benton. Nancey Ann CURTSINGER: Prairie Grove. Thomas William DANIEL, Jr.: Fort Smith. Cindy DARR: AT; Shreve¬ port, La. Diana Beth DAVIDSON: AXH; Rison. Third Row: Carl Miller DAVIS: St. Louis, Illinois. Hilda Beatrice DAVIS: Vandervoort. Howard Lee DAVIS: Gladson; Leslie. Sammye Jewell DAVIS: Carnall; Purdy, Missouri. John Charles DEAN: Buch¬ anan; Crossett. Judy Lynn DEBERRY: ZTA; Tyler, Texas. Fourth Row: Joan DEERE: Carnall Hall; Hot Springs. Linda Francis DEERE: Futrall; Little Rock. Roy Walter DEERE: Magnolia. Talmage Lansing DEETER: Perryville. Rodrico de la GUARDIA: Wil¬ liams House; Panama City, Panama. Leon DEMONT: AXA; Siloam Springs. Fifth Row: Walter Howard DELPHIN: Sedgwell; El Dorado. Robert Hatsell DENTON: X4 E; Warren. Peter Frederick de RIESTHAL: Port Jefferson, N. Y. Daryl Ralph DICKSON: Fort Smith. Gary Philip DICKSON: Yocum; Brinkley. Constance Marie DIERKS: Futrall; Hot Springs. Sixth Row: Virginia DILLARD: AT; Hot Springs. James Oran DISMUKES: Humphreys; Allen, Tex. John B. DIXON: North Little Rock. Dorothy Jean DODD: AAIT; Tulsa, Okla. James R. DODSON: Glad¬ son; Springdale. Clia Marie DOTY: AXQ; Tulsa. Okla. 102 Sophomores Through snow and sleet, Arkansas students brave the cold winds of winter, only to face a cold shoulder in registration. First Row: Patricia Ann DONAHUE: Futrall; Fort Gibson, Okla. Charolotte Cecille DONOHO: I1B4 ; Fort Smith. Ric DOSS: t A0; Russellville. Homer Brice DOUGLAS: Williams; Green Forest. Susan Kay DOUG¬ LAS: Holcombe; Gravette. James H. DOYLE: Little Rock. Second Row: H. Keats DRYDEN: Razorback; Hot Springs. Rene Jerry DUCHAC: AKA; Hot Springs. Donna Kay DUDNEY: Xfi; Texarkana, Tex. Judith Ann DU¬ PREE: ZTA; Jacksonville. Bobby Jean DYKES: AAA; Jacksonville. William E. EBBERT: Jonesboro. Third Row: Joe Lee EBLEN: Humphreys; Paragould. James Clenn EDENS: Little Rock. Nell EDGE: Futrall; Dardanelle. Michael David EIDSON: 2P; Mountain Home. Charles S. ELDER: Gentry. Herman Emery ELKINS: Fort Smith. Fourth Rcrw: F. B. ELLTOTT: AXA; Blytheville. Susan Vergene ELLTOTT: Futrall; North Little Rock. Jim Bob ELLIS: Coher. Larry Grove ELLIS: HKA; Springdale. Susan ELSON: ZTA; Little Rock. John Steve EMERSON: William; Stuttgart. Fifth Row: Robert EMERY: Acacia; Fayetteville. Jeffrey Lynn EMORY: Davis; St. James, Missouri. Charles J. ENGELBERGER: Sedgwell; El Dorado. William Craig EPPERSON, Jr.: Fort Smith. Michael Alan ERICKSON: Acacia; Independence, Mo. Robert Ferrell ERVIN: Humphreys; Booneville. Sixth Row: Cynthia Sue ERWIN: Holcombe; Searcy. Madelyn ERWIN: Xfi; Shreveport, La. George Dennis ESTELLE: Gladson; Van Buren. Hazel Jacqueline EVANS: Holcombe; Monette. Katherine Eileen EVANS: ITB f ; Ft. Smith. Linda Doris EVANS: Little Rock. Seventh Row: Amanda E. FAIR: Razorback; Pine Bluff. Kathryn Marie FAIRCHILD: AAA; Fayetteville. Susan Leigh FARLEY: Holcombe; Lake Charles, La. Bet tie Louise FAUBUS: Fayetteville. Sarah Elizabeth FELAND: Razorback; Little Rock. Otis Dan FELDER: McGehee. Eighth Row: Daniel H. FELTON: 2AE; Marianna. David Randall FIELDER: JTKA; Little Rock. Jacqulene Marie FIELDING: Futrall; Hope. Paula J. FIELDING: Futrall; North Little Rock. Floyd Harold FINCHER: AE; Newport. Stephen FINEBERG: Acacia; Fort Smith. Ninth Row: Ronnie G. FINLEY: DeQueen. Susan FINNEY: ZTA; Ardmore, Okla. Margaret Jane FITCH: AAIT; Hindsville. Patty Ruth FITCH: Razorback; Glen- wood. William Richard FITCH: Hindsville. Johnny D. IITTON: 2X; Harrison. 103 Sophomores Judy Jackson clowns for between-the-acts entertainment at one of the few annual all-campus entertainments, Singfony. First Row : Diana FITTS: Futrall; Tulsa. James Fred¬ erick FITZPATRICK: Little Rock. Patricia FLENNIKEN: AXSI; Bartlesville, Okla. Riefford Gail FLOOD: Warrens- burg. Danny L. FLOWERS: Gladson; Batesville. Richard Charles FLOWERS: North Little Rock. Second Row: William Alfus FLYNN, Jr.: Lonoke. Charles Sayle FORD: Storrs. Vicki Diane FORMBY: 4-H House; Mulberry. Barbara Ann FOWLER: Futrall; Little Rock. Susan FOWLER: ZTA; Springfield, Mo. Toni Carolyn FRANSEN: AAA; Houston, Tex. Third Roiv: James Micheal FRAZIER: K2; Fort Smith. Paul Bernard FRAZIER: Little Rock. Phillip Eugene FREDRICH: TKE; Little Rock. Floyd Mickel FREEMAN: 4 A0; Dumas. Robert Frederick FREEMAN: Fort Smith. Jim H. FRENCH: 2N; Hot Springs. Fourth Row: David William FRIZZELL: Fayetteville. Mary E. Frost; Holcombe; Benton. Jack Thomas FRYER: K2; Little Rock. Cynthia Anne FULLER: ZTA; Lewis¬ ville. Lou Ann FULTNER: AX0; Fort Smith. David FUL¬ TON: 24 E; Annandale, Va. Fifth Row: Mike FUTRELL: AXA; Paragould. Tom FUTRELL: 4 AO; Fort Smith. Carl Lee GABBARD: Ben- tonville. Charles Larry GAINES: Searcy. Rosemary GAINES: 4-H House; Lead Hill. Glenda Lou GALYEAN: Bentonville. Sixth Row: Paul David GANT: Sedgewell; Van Buren. John Wilkins GARNER: 211; Hot Springs. Judy Ann GARRETT: 4-H House; Corning. Mary C. GATLIN: Razorback; Paragould. Betty Ann GATTIS: AX12; Little Rock. Gayle Louise GAY: Springdale. Seventh Row: Alicia Dianne GAYER: Razorback; Muskogee. Okla. Sharon Ann GAYER: Fayetteville. Marvin GEORGE: Davis Hall; Little Rock. Janis Leslie GEYER: Carnall; Mena. Don Palmer GIBBS: Swifton. John Waye GIBSON: Ripley; Poplar Grove. Eighth Row: Sam Edward GIBSON: Yocum; Benton. Anne Lynn GILBERT: Futrall; Malvern. Glenda Kaye GILBERT: Rohwer. Ronne Len GILBERT: Gladson; Mountain Home. Paul Hughes GILLAM: Sedgewell; Charleston, S. C. Marilyn GIVENS: ZTA; Shreveport, La. Ninth Row: Ginger Gail GILLIS: AX12; Fordyce. Leta Gayle GILMORE: ZTA; Little Rock. Margaret Ann GIL¬ MORE: AAA; Caruthersville, Mo. Veronica Lee GIL- STRAP: Futrall; Fort Smith. Gerard Loy GLENN: 4 A0; Fort Smith. Jimmy Andrew GLIDEWELL: Sedgewell; Fort Smith. Wayland L. GODSHALL: 2N; Pine Bluff. 104 First Row: Edward Michael GOLLON: Yocum; Stutt¬ gart. Mary Ann GOODMAN: Razorback; Elaine. Sally Kay GOODMAN: AAA; Little Rock. Larry Dana GOODRICH: Texarkana. Pamela Anne GORBET: AAII ; Hot Springs. Ann GORDON: AA1I ; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Second Row: Mary Susan GOUGH: AAA; North Little Rock. Sharon Leigh GRAGG; Futrall; Mountain Home. Gary F. GRANGER: Rogers. Martha Lou GR ANN AN: Holcombe; Quincy, Illinois. Judy Patricia GRAVES: Fu¬ trall; Little Rock. Ronald Eugene GRAVES: Rogers. Third Row: Deanna Jeanne GRAY: AAII; Little Rock. David Lorn GREEN: Sedgewell; Tuckerman. Joe Fletcher GREEN: William; Warren. Judith Ann GREEN: Spring- dale. Albert Lynn GREEN WELL: Wilson Sharp; Wilson. William N. GREGORY: 2AE; Augusta. Fourth Row: Patricia Marie GRIGG: Rogers. Ray D. GRIMSHAW: 2N; Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jeannie GRITZ: Futrall; Enid, Oklahoma. Merle R. GROSS: Huntington. Brenda Joye GUINN: AF; Little Rock. Elizabeth Ann GULLEY: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Ann HADDOCK: AT; Norman, Oklahoma. Billy Ray HAGOOD: William; Reyno. Catherine Lee HALL: AAII; Carthage, Missouri. Gale E. HALL: William; Rogers. Phyllis Ann HALL: AXI2; Branch. Robert Michael HALL: Ratcliff. Phi Beta Kappa Names 7 Seniors First Row: Phillip Terrance HALTOM: Gladson; Lewisville. Thomas Earl HALL: Fayetteville. David Anthony HALLIN: Fayetteville. Gary Raymond HALL¬ MARK: North Little Rock. Mary Elizabeth HAM- ITER: Futrall; Shreveport, La. Barbara Jean HAM- MACK: Bentonville. Second Row: Linda Lou HAMMONTREE: IIB ; Springfield, Missouri. Don Rick HANKINS: AX A; Crossett. Carol Ann HANNEBAUM: Holcombe; Alton, Illinois. Mary Hall HANTHORN: Razorback; Fort Smith. John Higdon HARPER: Ripley; Dallas, Texas. Wallece HARRELL: AAII ; Monette. Third Row: Carol Jan HARRIS: KKF; Sioux City AFB, Iowa. Carole M. HARRIS: AAA; Brentwood, Tenn. Hugh Roger HARRIS: Rogers. James Walker HARRIS: AKA; Jacksonville. William Sykes HAR¬ RIS, Jr.: 2PE; Warren. Lilburn Crofford HARRI¬ SON, Jr.: ‘TAG; North Little Rock. Fourth Row: George Edward HART, Jr.: Acacia; Little Rock. Harry HARTSTEIN: 211; Little Rock. Margaret HATCHETT: Holcombe Hall; Little Rock. Ancel Jean HATFIELD: Fayetteville. Lynda Jo HAWKINS: Carnall; Alma. Gary Lynn HAYDEN: Gladson; Batesville. Fifth Row: Janis Lee HAYES: Razorback; Car¬ thage, Mo. Robert David HAYES: Sedgewell; Pine Bluff. Ivan Douglas HAZLEWOOD, Jr.: AKA; Hot Springs. Thomas Stewart HEADLEE: 2X; Searcy. Richard Lee HEGENBERGER: Wilson Sharp; Little Rock. Johnny Albert HELMS: Eudora. bixth now: Brenda Kay HLNDLRSON: A AIT Wynne. Monty Karl HENDERSON: Newark. Dianna Winford HENDRICK: KKT; Shreveport, La. Charles Lowber HENDRICKS, III: Atkins. Robert Ellis HENDRICKSON: Gladson; Russellville. Rick Snyder HENDRIX: Greenwood. 105 First Row : William Daniel HENDRIX: 2N; Fort Smith. Judith Ann HERNDON: IIB I ; Little Rock. Susan HENNIG: AXf); Fort Smith. Perry Hanley HENSON: William House; Fort Smith. Jerry Edward HESTER: Buchanon House; Mountain Home. Ronnie Harold HICKS: AKA; North Little Rock. Second Row : Larry Milton HICKS: Fayetteville. Pat HICHAM: Holcombe; North Little Rock. Hazel A. HIGH¬ TOWER: Razorback; Gillett. Geneva Anne HILL: Razor- back; Little Rock. Jimmy Duane HILL: 4 A0; North Little Rock. Miriam Carolyn HILL: Holcombe; Joiner. Third Row: Courtney Mcllroy HILLARD: Farmhouse; Ozark. Carolyn Sue HILTON: Fayetteville. Roy Dale HOBGOOD: Davis Hall; Hot Springs. Charles Edwin HOKE: 2AE; Little Rock. Lavern Lee HOLIFIESD: TKA; Corning. Darlene Christina HOLLAND: Carnall; Mountain Home. Fourth Row: Sherry Ann HOLLAND: Holcombe; West Helena. Gary J. HOLMAN: Berryville. Richard Nick HOLOPOGC: Rogers. Marjorie Ann HOLZWARTH: Fayetteville. Shirley L. HOOK: Futrall; Decatur. William Joseph HORNE: Santa Anna, Tex. Fifth Row: Carolyn Jeanne HORNSBY: Wagoner, Okla. Rex Louis HOUSTON, Jr.: Hot Springs. Shirley F. HUDGENS: AT; Swifton. Donna Jean HUDSON: Futrall; Gassville. Nellie Brian HUDSON: ZTA; Russell¬ ville. William Micheal HUFFMAN: 2X; Blytheville. Hogs, KU Open Basketball Season First Row: Bonnie L. HUNKAPILLER: AAA; Little Rock. Sharon Kimberly HUNT: Holcombe; Fort Smith. Ken HURST: ALP; Flippin. Fred Ernest IMPSON: Acacia; Tonkawa, Oklahoma. Stephen Rogers IRBY: 4 A0; Mountain Home. Susan Mary IRBY: KKP; Mountain Home. Second Row: Robert IRVING: Houston. Texas. Judith Suzanne JACKSON: KKT; Lewisville, John Birkhead JACKSON: 2X; North Little Rock. Wil¬ liam A. JACKSON: Austell, Ga. Jeannette Lorraine JACOBS: 4-H House; Harrison. Mark Christopher JACOBS: Buchanan; Roanoke, Va. Third Row: Sandra Kay JAGGERS: AXft; Blythe¬ ville. Libby Ann JAMES: Little Rock. Jane Carol JARNAGAN: Fayetteville. John Earl JENNINGS: IIA0; Rogers. Mary Hornor JENNINGS: IIB4 ; Helena. Robert H. JERNIGAN: AKA; Rector. Fourth Row: Donald Wayen JERRY: Sedgwell; El Dorado. Byron Virl JOHNSON: Wesley. C. Roberta JOHNSON: AXfi; Texarkana. Donald Ray JOHN¬ SON: Farmhouse; Everton. James Michael JOHN¬ SON: Fayetteville. Glenda Darlene JOHNSON: Carnall; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Jesse Lee JOHNSON, Jr.: Gladson; Little Rock. Johnny Wayne JOHNSON: Prescott. Robert Walter JOHNSON: IIA0; Benton. Susan Eliza¬ beth JOHNSON: Futrall; Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Joe Jefferson JOHNSTON: Clarksville. Edwin Carroll JONES: Davis Hall; Mabel vale. Sixth Row: Howard E. JONES: Yocum; Higden. Jeanettia JONES: ZTA; Springfield, Mo. Jennifer JONES: AAA; Baytown, Texas. Kathryn Estelle JONES: Carnall; Bentonville. Lawrence Gene JONES: AKA; North Little Rock. Mary Frances JONES: Springdale. 106 Sophomores Presidential candidate Bruce Switzer warily eyes TRAVELER office bulletin board. It is amazing how popular student publications editors suddenly become around election time. First Row: Mike JONES: Little Rock. Robert Charles JONES: Sedgewell; Paragould. Tommy Glenn JONES: Springdale. Michael A. JORDAN: Davis Hall; Clinton. Louis O’Hara JOYNER: AX A; Memphis, Tenn. Ronnie Hall JUSTISS: 2AE; Forrest City. Second Row: Robert Donald KALEY, III: Sedgewell; Hot Springs. Diane KAPPES: Carnall; Huntsville. Biuce Blaine KASTEL: Buchanan; Little Rock. Rebecca Shep- perd KAUFFMAN: AAIT; Georgetown, Tex. William Arthur KEADLE: K2; Marked Tree. Margaret Sarah KEANE: Razorback; San Antonio, Tex. Third Row: Joe L. KEATHLEY: ATP; Belleville. James S. KEEL: 211; Harrison. Dennis Micheal KEELEY: Tulsa. Okla. Donald Wayne KEENE: Acacia; Little Rock. Ronnie S. KEISLER: 2AE; Camden. James Ronnie KEL¬ LEY: Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Kipling K. KELLEY: Warren. Kitten KELLEY: ZTA; Little Rock. Janet Karen KEMP: AATT; Fayetteville. Wesley Barton KEMP: Sedgwell Danville. Kathy KENDALL: XQ; Tulsa, Okla. Ernest Lewis KEN¬ NEDY : Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Joe Luster KENNEDY: Quitman. Dan Preston KENNETT: ATP; Leachville. John Patrick KENT: Brookfield, III. Alan Durand KERRY: Van Buren. Linda KERBY: ZTA; North Little Rock. Robert Lee KERR: Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Rex W. KIDDER: Kemmerer, Wyo. Kirt Harold KIESTER: 2 t E; Houston, Tex. Richard Lon KIMERY: Yocum; Hot Springs. Florence Diana KIND- ER: Futrall; Faucett, Mo. Gary Lynn KING: Fayetteville. Fredrick James KING: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Seventh Row: Kathryn Louise KING: Holcombe; Russellville. Michael Lee KING: Calico Rock. William Craig KING: XX; Pocahontas. Haywood Woodrow KIN¬ SEY? Jr.: AX A; Baytown, Tex. James T. KIRK: Davis Hall; Morrilton. Robert J. KIRSPEL: 211; North Little Rock. Eighth Row: Roderick Gordon KISH: Buchanan; Wood- cliff Lake N. J. Thomas Fred KITCHENS, III: Buch¬ anan; Fort Smith. Judy KITTRELL: nB i ; Texarkana. Thomas Leonard KLECK: Paris. Edward Melbert KNOD, Jr.: Yocum; DeQueen. Fred Paul KNOD: AKA; Fort Smith. Ninth Row: Alvin Eugene KREBS: Williams House; Benton. Peggy Jane KREMER: Holcombe; Scranton. Jerry Lynn KULB ETH: Memphis, Tenn. Richard Henry KUON- EN: AKA; North Little Rock. Donald J. LACEFIELD: DeQueen. Loretta Gail LACKEY: ZTA; West Memphis. 107 Sophomores Collegiate Singers rehearse in the Fine Arts Concert Hall for their annual program presented before the Christmas break. First Row : Norma Elizabeth LAFEVERS: XD; Golds¬ boro, N. C. Olivia Ann LAFOLLETE: AF; Jonesboro. Lou Ellen LAKE: Holcombe; DeQueen. Christy Lea LAMAN: Holcombe; North Little Rock. Cecilia Watson LAMB: Crossett. Freddie Joe LANE: Fort Smith. Second Row : Bary Kent LANEY: Fayetteville. Nancy Lee LANGLEY: Carnall; Searcy. Robert E. LARGENT: Springdale. Arthur Thomas LARSON: Sedgwell; Rector. Linda Jean LARSON: Razorback; Roswell. New Mexico. James Hugh LASSITER: Gladson; Waldron. Third Row: James Paul LATTURE: K2; Fort Smith. James Lavoy LAWRENCE: Williams; Swifton. Larry Rob¬ ison LAWRENCE: Buchanan; Hope. Betty Jo LEACH: Holcombe; West Memphis. Phil Merlin LEDGERWOOD, Jr.: Fayetteville. Celestine LEDING: Futrall; Fort Smith. Fourth Row : Tommy D. LEE: Greenland. William Royce LEE: 2N; Bentonville. Russell Ervin LEEMAN: William; Decatur. Ann LEESEMAN: AAA; Baytown, Tex¬ as. Walter William LEHLE, Jr.: Acacia; Little Rock. Sandra Lee LEITING: Futrall; Forrest City. Fifth Row : Karolyn LENARD: Carnall; Hof Air Sta¬ tion, Germany. Sally LENGGENHAGER: Futrall; Little Rock. Steven Keys LESTER: 2AE; Lewisville. Cindy LEWIS: ZTA; England. David E. LEWIS: 2X; Fayette¬ ville. Elizabeth Ann LEWIS: Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Lynda S. LEWIS: Holcombe; North Little Rock. Rita Louise LEWIS: Holcombe; Huntsville. Russell H. LEWIS: Sedgwell; El Dorado. Teresa Diane LEWIS: Futrall; Salem. Virginia Lynn LEYSATH: Futrall; Cam¬ den. Robert Stark LIGON: 2AE; Arkadelphia. Seventh Row: Martha Arden LIMERICK: XO; Little Rock. Keith John LINDEMANN: HAG; Little Rock. Charles Lloyd LINEBARGER: Hindsville. Arthur Phillip LINEBERGER: Fayetteville. David Martin LIVELY: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Steve Allen LEIBNER: Acacia; North Little Rock. Eighth Row: Donald J. LOSER: Malvern. Susan Diane LOSEY: Holcombe; Afton, Oklahoma. Billy Hayden LOUDERMILK: Perryville. Tommy Bob LOVEGROVE: Sedgwell; Van Buren. Victor Manuel LOVELL: Sedgwell; Fort Smith. Gaiy Lambeth LOW: Sedgwell; Havana. Ninth Row: Dale Roger LYNN: William; Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. John Allen LOWERY: Hot Springs. Sharon Anne LUCRES: Razorback; Fort Smith. Leo Lawrence LUDWIG, Jr.: Yocum; Stuttgart. Phillip Ray LUMPKIN: Sedgewell; Marvell. John Paul LUPTON: Fayetteville. 108 First Row : Jenny MACK: Futrall; Rector. Jerry Lake MADDOX: Yocum; Oden. John Carl MADSEN: Stuttgart. Karen Sue MAGIE: Futrall; Jacksonville. Joanne Marie MAILER: AAA; Fort Smith. Nicholas H. MANENTE: Union City, N. J. Second Row: Sarah Jane MANGELSDORF: Xfi; Dal¬ las, Tex. Robert Stephen MARIS: 2X; Little Rock. Charles E. MARKS: William House; Jasper, Tex. Richard Christian MARR: Ripley; North Little Rock. George Lewis MARSH: K2; Waldron. Mary Fran MARSH: Futrall; Tulsa, Okla. Third Row: Jennepher Marie MARSHALL: West Fork. Burma Jean MARTIN: Razorback; Marshall. Jim H. MARTIN: Fayetteville. John Wesley MARTIN: AKA; Anderson, Ind. Patricia Jean MARTIN: Springdale. Judith Evelyn MASLIN: Holcombe; Little Rock. Fourth Row: David E. MASON: Yocum; North Little Rock. Jerri Lynn MASON: Springdale. Guinn Reese MASSEY. Ill: North Little Rock. Raymon Earl MASSEY: Yocum; Hot Springs. Alan James MASTERSON: 2X; Harrison. Julie Ann MASTERSON: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Karl Lance MATTES: Bentonville. John Calvis MATTHEWS: William House; North Little Rock. Phil Elbert MATTHEWS: 2 E; Warren. Marvin H. MAURRAS: 2N; Fort Smith. Jack Alan MAY: AKA; Little Rock. Michael Judson MAY: Newport. Senate’s Yiet Nam Forum Draws 300 First Row: Russell McCARROLL: f A0; Ander¬ son, Ind. Jackye Lee McBRIDE: Razorback; Leslie. Betty Lynn McCAUGHAN: KKT; Crossett. Janet Laraine McCORMACK: Razorback; Joplin, Mo. Mar¬ tha Jane McCULLEY: AAII; Manila. Carolyn Sue McCOY: Carnall; Little Rock. Second Row: Mimi McCOY: AAA; Little Rock. Marsha Jean McCURRY: AXD; Heber Springs. Susan Kay McCRACKEN: AAA; Tulsa, Okla. Bobby Ray McDANIEL: 2PE; Jonesboro. Martha Ann Mc- DANIEL: KKT; Little Rock. Ginger Kaye MC¬ DONALD: Carnall; Charleston. Third Row: Lady Elizabeth McDONALD: AAA; Dumas. Micky R. McDOUGAL: Lockesburg. Richard Davis McDOUGALL: 2N; Shreveport, La. Thomas Arthur McELROY: K2; Jacksonville. Joyce Ann Mc- FALL: KKT; Pocahontas. Joann McFERRAN: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Andrew R. McGEE: William; Fort Smith. Edward P. McGEHEE: 2X; Lake Village. Larry Douglas McGREW: 2AE; Norman. Oklahoma. Marsha Ann McKENNON: ZTA; Morrilton. James M. McKINLEY: Davis Hall; Fort Smith. Madelvn McLEOD: Futrall; Pine Bluff. Fifth Row: Michael Edward McMULLEN: Davis Hall; Hazen. Elizabeth A. McNABB: Holcombe; Poca¬ hontas. Nancy Jeane McNAIR: ITB t ; Fayetteville Rita J. McNAUGHTON: West Fork. Charles David McNEAL: ATP; Fayetteville. Gary Thomas Mc- NEILL: Humphries; Neosho, Mo. Sixth Row: Janelle McNULTY: KKT; Pine Bluff. William A. McVEY: Little Rock. Robert Manning MEADOR: Buchanan; Baytown, Texas. Janice Carole MEASELES: AAA: North Little Rock. Mary Kathrvn MEASELES: Futrall; Fort Smith. Paul David MED¬ LEY: Texarkana. 109 First Row : Marilyn MELBOURN: Futrall; Rogers. Hugh Allen MELTON: Lovington, N. M. Terry Lee MERG¬ ING: Sedgwell; North Little Rock. Martha Ellen MER- RIFIELD: AT; Mountainburg. Carolyn Sue METCALF: Carnall; Fort Smith. Judy Lynne MEYER: Razorback; Rector. Second Row: Harold Gene MEYER: Noel, Mo. Dallas Davis MILES, Jr.: t A0; Warren. Roy Don MILLER: Rogers. Carolyn Beaty MINER: Fayetteville. Marian Marie MINER: Fayetteville. Barbara J. MISENHEIMER: Fayette¬ ville. Third Row: Karen Tamara MITCHELL: Ozark. John Tate MITCHELL: Fayetteville. Carol Ann MITTEL- STAEDT: AAIT; Little Rock. Cail Lois MOCK: Futrall; Memphis, Tenn. Cornelius MODINGER, III: Acacia; Blytheville. Charles Leslie MOLL: Camden. Fourth Row: Jim Donald MONCRIEF: Fort Smith. Jim Robert MONTGOMERY: Little Rock. Alan Futrell MOORE: AIT; Batesville. Dennis Fay MOORE: Huff. Marilyn Jeanette MOORE: Futrall; Little Rock. Beverly Jeanne MOOREHEAD: Futrall; Swifton. Fifth Row: Bill Nelson MORELAND: Fort Smith. Joe Carlton MORELAND: Sedgwell; El Dorado. Cheryl Paula MORGAN: Futrall; Pine Bluff. David Carl MORGAN: Davis; Lamar. John Michael MORING: Pine Bluff. Cheryl MORRIS: KKF; Little Rock. City, UA Consider Joint Auditorium First Row: James D. MORRISON: Tulsa, Okla. Richard D. MORRISON: Droke; Carthage, Tex. Kenneth Wayne MORROW: AKA; El Dorado. Gary Lee MORTENSEN: Ripley; Atkins. Constance Eliza¬ beth MORTON: AAIT; Mountain Home. Sandra Kay MORTON: Futrall; Denver, Colo. Second Row: Michael Ellis MOSS: 2N; Siloam Springs. Sonny MOSS: AXA; Osceola. Judy Nell MULLER: Futrall; DeWitt. Rodney Joe MUNDY: Fayetteville. Jane Ann MUNNERLYN: IIB ; North Little Rock. James N. MURPHY: Buchanan; Ham¬ burg. Third Row: Randy George MURPHY: Searcy. Suzanne Fay MUSGRAVE: IvKP; Shreveport, La. Mike MYERS: IIB I ; Athens, Tex. Linda Lorraine NASH: AT; Little Rock. Joe Charles NEAL: Davis; Sturgis, S. D. Rick NEAL: Ripley; Southwest City, Mo. Fourth Row: David Edmon NELSON: Acacia; Benton. Virginia Glynda NELSON: ZTA; Fayetteville. Jane Lizabeth NELSON: AAA; Prescott. Martha Ellen NELSON: Holcombe; Little Rock. Jean E. NEU- BERGER, III: TKE; El Dorado. Alan Daly NE¬ VILLE: Futrall; Fort Worth, Tex. Fifth Row: Kathleen Kay NEU: Holcombe; Siloam Springs. Edwin George NEWSOM: Little Rock. Jamie Elizabeth NEWTON: AAA; Russellville. Patricia Ann NEWTON: Carnall; Hot Springs. Thomas 0. NEW¬ TON: Hampton. William S. NEWTON, Jr.: Wilson Sharp; Russellville. Sixth Row: Wood Arnold NEWTON: Hampton. Glenford Andrew NEWTOWN, Jr.: Fayetteville Mil¬ dred Penny NICHOLS: Futrall; Little Rock. Gail Ann NIESEN: AT; Glenellyn, Ill. Dale Bruce NIXON: Magnolia. Constance Suzan NOLEN: Mountainburg. 110 Sophomores The first awakening of spring puts the wanderlust in a student ' s eye, and the soft days outside beckon enticingly. Biology books, all studies, are just too much to bear. First Row: Frances Jane NOON: Holcombe; Rover. Dayton O. NOONEN: Hot Springs. Mitchell Duane NOR¬ MAN: William House; Paragoul d. Joseph Leonard NOR- RELL: Buchanan; Eudora. Nancy Gaye NORTHCUTT: AT; Huntsville. Jo Donna NORTON: Carnall; Little Rock. Second Row: Michael John NORTON: TIvE; Ran¬ dolph AFB. Tex. Judith Ann NOWELL: Futrall; Mexico, Mo. Mike NOWELL: North Little Rock. Katharine McRae NOWLIN: KK! : A i ka h I pliia. Vicki J. NORWOOD: Hol¬ combe; Malvern. Tommie Ann OBERLY: AXfi; Wynne. Third Row: Linda Kathryn ODOM: West Fork. 1). Scott OGLESBY: Pine Bluff. Sandra Jean OLDHAM: Futrall; West Helena. Susanna Elizabeth OLSON: XO; Fort Smith. James Anderson O’NEAL: Davis; Parkdale. Jchn Phillip ORAHOOD, Jr.: Little Rock. Fourth Row: Nannie Elizabeth ORANGE: Fayetteville. William Luther ORENBAUN: Big Spring, Tex. William S. ORE: Yocum; Little Rock. Robert Webb OSBORNE: AX A; Tulsa, Okla. Fred M. OTT: Droke; Jacksonville. Larry R. OTWELL: William House; Malvern. Fifth Row: J. Rebecca PACE: Holcombe; Carthage, Tex. Alan Dee PACK: AFP; County Line . Richard Sandi- fer PADEN: Wheaton, Mo. David D. PADGETT, Jr.: Kansas City, Mo. Hernan PAEZ: William House; Quito, Ecuador. Clyde Randolph PAGE: Fort Smith. Sixth Row: Frederick M. PALMER: Sedgwell; Hot Springs. Penn Earl PAPINI: Rogers. Karolyn Kay PARK¬ ER: AAA; Fort Smith. Betty Ruth PARKHILL: Holcombe; Crossett. Sandra Lea PARNHAM: Razorback; Gravette. Jo Ellen PARSON: Huntsville. Seventh Row: Marcia Ann PARTIN: Futrall; Dell. Ronald Dean PARTICK: Harrison. Keith PATTERSON: IIKA; Paris. Robert Max PEACOCK: AX A; Stuttgart. Marshall Lee PENDERGRASS: Davis; Fort Smith. Penny Lajean PENDERGRASS: Futrall; Millington, Tenn. Eighth Row: Lawrence Joseph PENDLETON: Fayette¬ ville. Joseph Brooks PENN, Jr.: Sedgwell; Portia. Con¬ stance Louise PERRY: Futrall; North Little Rock. Betsy Beth PETERSON: KKF; Enid, Okla. Richard Boyd PETERSON: Springdale. Victor Lee PETERSON: Sedg¬ well; Branson, Mo. Ninth Row: Jeanette PFEIFFER: ZTA; North Little Rock. Sidney F. PHILLIPPY: Fayetteville. April Leigh PHILLIPS: Razorback; Little Rock. David Paul PHIL¬ LIPS: Buchanan; Fort Smith. George Wayne PHILLIPS: Droke; Pine Bluff. Janet Sue PHILLIPS: AXfl; Benton- ville. Ill Sophomores The adventures of Royal Red I read like a fairy tale. It begins here, in the Cotton Bowl; things turn sour; Red is lost to LSU; red escapes the bar-b-que pit into the woods of Southern Arkansas, to roam no one knows where. First Row : John Franklin PHILLIPS: Gravette. Larry Davis PHILLIPS: Acacia; Memphis, Tenn. Tawana Sue PHILLIPS: Carnall; Booneville. Rebecca Jane PICKENS: Carnall; Pickens. James S. PIERCE: Ripley; South Port¬ land, Me. Howard Eugene PIKE, III: Little Rock. Second Row : Philip Harvey PILE: ATP; County Line. Larry 0. PILLOW: Monette. William Edward PITTMAN: 2 I E; Liberal, Kan. Larry Edward POINDEXTER: Elkins. William Allen POLK: Harrison. Allison Ferris POMFRET: Xfi; Fayetteville. Third Row : James Chris POOLE: 0T; Malvern. A1 Frank PORTA: M0; Fort Smith. Travis Ward PORTER: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Larry Stephen POST: El Dorado. Barrie Jo PRICE: AXI2; Cove. David William PRICE: William House; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: William Jeffry PRICHARD: Gladson; Biggers. Linda Marie PRINCE: Futrall; Lincoln. James Roy PUGH: 211; Proctor. Rosemary PULLEN: KILT; Shreveport, La. Janet Lynn PULLIAM: Xft; North Little Rock. Mary Evelyn PURSELLEY: Harrison. Fifth Row: David Eugene PYLE: Buchanan; Benton. Charles Oliver RAABE: Almyra. Susan Elizabeth RAL¬ STON: ZTA; Northport, N. Y. Sterling Paul RAMEY: Wilson Sharp; Fayetteville. Sarah M. RANDS: AAA; Dumas. David RANDLACK: Mountainside, N. J. Sixth Row: Rosemary RAYMOND: Fayetteville. Ben Franklin REAGOR: 2AE; Shreveport. Cruitt Beem REBS- AMEN: AXA; Fort Smith. David Lawrence REDING: f A0; Fort Smith. Philip E. REECER: Davis; Norman. Hollis Theodore REED: Humphreys; Monticello. Seventh Row: Mary L. REED: Fayetteville. Robert Paul REED: Yocum; McGehee. Sharon Ann REEVES: KKT ; North Little Rock. Carolyn Ann REICHARDT: AXfi; San Antonio, Tex. Gay Robin REID: Holcombe; Marshall. Gilbert Lee RETREY: Brooklyn, N. Y. Eighth Row: David REUTZEL: Fort Smith. Dennis Virgel REYNOLDS: Buchanan; Hot Springs. William C. REYNOLDS: Buchanan; Siloam Springs. Mary RHODES: Futrall; Lewisville. Darrel Ann RICE: William; Benton- ville. Herschel F. RICE: Yocum; North Little Rock. Ninth Row: Elizabeth Harth RICHARDS: ITB J ; El Dorado. Cora Ann RICHARDSON: Futrall; Poplar Bluff, Mo. Donald Solomon RICHARDSON: Wilson Sharp; Earle. William Marion RIPPER: Marianna. Thomas Phillip RISHER: AKA; North Little Rock. Noah Wayne RISNER: Yocum; Salem. 112 First Row: Eddie H. RUSH: Van Buren. Lajuana June RUSH: Futrall; Little Rock. Judith Hutchins RUSSELL: Razorback; Little Rock. Joyce Elaine RUTLEDGE: Carnall; Smackover. Michael Bruce SARR: William House; Jefferson City, Mo. Paris Darnell SABBS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Second Row: Michael G. SALZMAN: Yocum; Salem. Dana L. SAMPLES: Huntsville. Robert Howard SANDERLIN: Gladson; Hamburg. George Trevathan SANDERS: Little Rock. James Marvin SANDERS: AKA; Okay. Charles Robert SANDINE: Buchanan; Stuttgart. Third Row: Jay Dean SARACINO: Bensenville Ill. Jeanne SAVA: ZTA; Texarkana. Sheri Lynne SAVAGE: Holcombe; Little Rock. Martha Irene SCHAPP: Holcombe; Fort Smith. Wava Ann SCH¬ NEIDER: Springdale. Thomas Randall SCHUMACH¬ ER : North Little Rock. Fourth Row: David Lee SCOBEY: 2 i E; Warren. Jon David SCOTT: Little Rock. Linda Gale SCOTT: Holcombe Hall; Newport. Pamela Denise SCRAPE: KKT; North Little Rock. Simone SEAMON: ZTA; Springfield, Missouri. John Samuel SEEMAN, Jr. West Helena. Fifth Row: William Dav id SELF: Wilson Sharp: El Dorado. Mike SESSIONS: Harrison. Jeanne SET- SER: Carnall Hall; Decatur. Bettye F. SEYMORE: Futrall: DeWitt. Cassandra Anne SEYMOUR: KKP; Pine Bluff. Gary Gene SHANNON: TKE; Moun¬ tain View. Sixth Row: Robert Austin SHARP. Jr.: William House; Leachville. Wendell Doyce SHARP: Sedgwell; Athens. Dennis Ray SHAVER: Williams House’; Leachville. Dennis Dean SHAW: IIKA; Springdale Martha Jane SHEPHERD: Razorback Hall; Fort Smith. Ginger SHIRAS: Razorback Hall; Mountain Home. First Row: Malcolm Everett RITCHIE, Jr.: AKA; North Little Rock. Rebecca RIVERS: AT; Elgin, Texas. Beverly Ann ROBB: Futrall Hall; Little Rock. Gene Kathleen ROBBINS: Hot Springs. Hunter Lee ROBERTS: 2AE; Pine Bluff. Richard Lynn ROBERTS: Droke Hall; Little Rock. Second Row: Roger Edward ROBERTS: Batesville. Stephen Herbert ROBERTS: William House: Fort Smith. Glem Hiram ROBERTSON: Clinton. Kim ROBERTSON: IIB i ; Biloxi, Miss. Susan ROBINS: KKT; McCrory. Darrell Wayne ROBINSON: Lavaca. Third Row: Gary Dean ROBINSON: William House; Fort Smith. Lela Jean ROBINSON: AXD; Rogers. Carole Ann RODGERS: Holcombe Hall; Mena. Henry Lyle ROGERS: 2X; Batesville. Michael Edward ROLLINS: 211; W. Memphis. Gary Carl ROOP: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Harriet Elizabeth ROOT: Futrall Hall; Greene, New York. Jerry Moore ROSA: Fayetteville. Stewart ROSENBERG: Brighton, Mass. Harris Edward ROSS: Crossett. Rex Watson ROSS: Humphreys Hall; Conway. Toni ROSS: Razorback Hall; Van Alstyne, Texas. Fifth Row: John Henry ROWE: Gladson House; El Dorado. John Joseph ROWNAK, Jr.: 2N; Van Buren. James Morrison ROY: Little Rock. Kent RUBENS: 2N; West Memphis. David Patton RUDDER: 2N; Pine Bluff. James Lloyd RUDELL: Ripley House; Fort Smith. Broyles: Don’t Take LSU Lightly 113 First Row: Harold Dudley SCHOLLMIER: ‘fcAO; Pine Bluff. James Thomas SHOPTAW: 4 A0; Dallas, Texas. Diana Lynn SIEMON: Carnal] Hall; Kenton. Ohio. Michael Garland SIGMAN: Wilson Sharp; West Memphis. Dixie Lee SILVERS: Futrail Hall; Prairie Grove. Gregory Ernest SIMMONS: Yocum Hall; Ozark. Second Row: Carol Ann SIMS: Xfi; Fort Smith. Pamela Sue SIMONS: ZTA; Tulsa, Okla. John Bennett SIMPSON: 2N; El Dorado. Nita Darlene SIR AGE: Fayetteville. Patsie Marlene SISEMORE: Fayetteville. Laurence Allen SISTRUNK: Fayetteville. Third Row: Bill SLATER: 2 t E; Roland, Okla. Joe Houston SMELSER: Wilson Sharp; North Little Rock. Carolyn Diane SMITH: Razorback Hall; Charlottesville, Va. Charles Randy SMITH: William House; Springdale. Cindi SMITH: Razorback Hall; Forrest City. David Doug¬ lass SMITH: AKA; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Dwight Frank SMITH: Yokum Hall; Mammoth Springs, Ark. Earl Travis SMITH, Jr.: Mc- Gehee James Hugh SMITH: Lamar. Larry Britton SMITH: Pine Bluff. Linda E. Smith: 4-H; London. Marsha Kay SMITH: Holcombe Hall; St. Louis, Mo. Fifth Row: Stephen Ward SMITH: Humphreys Hall; Fort Smith. Terry Randal SMITH: 2N; Star City. Wini¬ fred SMITH: XQ; Little Rock. William Rodger SMITH- WICK: Pine Bluff. John Lindsey SMOTHERMON: AXA; Blytheville. Eugene Hugh SNAWDER: William House; Siloam Springs. OCM, Hotz Win Singfony Titles First Row: Richard Ted SNIEGOCK: Acacia; Little Rock. Nek Norman SNYDER, III: 2 t E; Cam¬ den. James Donald SPANN: Little Rock. Jack SPEARS, Jr.: 4 A0; Tulsa. Lucy Jane SPEARS: Fu- trall; Fort Eustis, Va. Sylvia Ann SPENCER: Carnall; Maitland, Fla. Second Row: Bill SPICER: Droke; Fort Smith. Marilyn Elizabeth SPURLIN: AAn; Berryville. Luther Davis SPURLOCK: Droke; Gould. Felix N. STACY, Jr.: Droke; North Little Rock. L. Scott STAFFORD: ITKA; Green Forest. Eva Jan STAGGS: Fayetteville. Third Row: Paul Wesley STANFIELD: Hum¬ phreys; Alma. Purcella Lea STANGER: AT; Moun¬ tain Home. Lynne Ellen STANLEY: KKT; Metairie. La. Leslie William STEEN: 2AE; Newport. Terry Reed STEGALL: William House: Little Rock. Bar¬ bara Diane STEIGLER: nB $; Hot Springs. Fourth Row: Mary Gail STEPHENS: AT; Ada, Okla. Rebecca Frances STEVENSON: Futrall; Flip- pin. Sara Ann STEVENSON: XQ: Stuttgart. Eliza¬ beth Ann STEWART: Razorback: Searcy. Nan Sus n STOCKER: Holcombe; Fort Smith. Thomas D. STOCKSLAGER: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Bubha STOKES: AXA; Osceola. Larrie Dean STOLFI: Tonitown. Patricia Marie STOLL: Futrall; Fort Smith. Steven R. STOREY: Skiatook, Okla. Gail Adams STRAIGHT: Fayetteville. Ronald Dale STRICKLAND: ATP; Charleston. Sixth Row: Freddie Charles STRINGER: Waldron. Charles Roland STUBBLEFIELD: Acacia: Favette- ville. Edward Clark STURDIVANT: 4 A0; Pine Bluff. Catherine Gladys SUFFRIDGE: AAA; Perry- ville. Kenneth Edward SUGGS: North Little Rock. Anita Diane SUITT: KKT; Monticello. 114 Sophomores Agri men spoiled the Engineer Week Tug V War again this year by dragging the brawny Irishmen through the harsh shower of water. Engin women cried at their heroes ' defeat. First Row: John Gregg SULLIVAN: TKE; Dallas. Michael Kipp SULLIVAN: TKE; Fayetteville. Doug SUM¬ MERVILLE: AXA; Blytheville. Ronald Edward SUNDER- MAN: Hartman. Phillip Michael SWANN: 2 1 E; Little Rock. Diane Elaine SYDORIAK: Futrall; Hamburg. Second Row : David Sutherland SYKES: 2AE; Fort Worth, Tex. Phyllis Kay TACKER: Futrall; Barstow, Cal. Edward Otho TACKETT, Jr.: Havana. Kenneth Lee TAFF: Gladson; Waldron. Janice Marie TALBERT: AT; Texarkana, Tex. James J. TANNER: Batesville. Third Row : Philip Allan TATE: Malvern. Sharon Flo TATMAN: KKT; Rogers. Carol Ann TAYLOR: Futrall; Hope. Marsha Faye TAYLOR: Ra .orback; Carthage, Mo. Thomas Mills TAYLOR: Clarksville. James A. TEIGEN: Brainerd, Minn. Fourth Row: Sharon Marie TEIGEN: Brainerd, Minn. Dixie Carol TERRELL: IIB ; Hot Springs. Eliza Jane THOMAS: Razorback; Springdale. James Neal THOMAS: Mena. June Elizabeth THOMAS: Holcombe; Little Rock. Scott Stevenson THOMAS: i A0; Springfield. Mo. Fifth Row: Connie Jean THOMPSON: Razorback; Alpena. Mary Reid THOMPSON: Holcombe; Dainger- field, Tex. Rodney Steward THOMPSON, Jr.: Yocum; Tulsa, Okla. Scott Alan THOMPSON: Farmhouse; Plain- view. Charles Thomas THORN: Fayetteville. Vicky Lea THRASH: Holcombe; Glenwood. Sixth Row: Ronald C. TIFFEE: Sedgwell; Tuckerman. George Robert TOOMBS, II: Ripley; Mabelvale. Mary Margaret TOROK: Holcombe; Berryville. Sally R. TRAM¬ MELL: Holcombe; DeQueen. Ronald Wayne TREADWAY: Gladson; Fort Smith. Nancy Lee TREMBLE: IIB ; Shawnee Mission, Kan. Seventh Row: William Henry TRICE, III: Acacia; Fayetteville. Robert Edward TROEGER: Marshall. Gerald Wayne TUCKER: Fayetteville. James Patrick TUDOR: Yocum; Little Rock. Glenna Rae TURLEY: AT; Mus¬ kogee, Okla. Charles Sandford TURNER: Little Rock. Eighth Row: Nathan Bruce TURNER: Marvell. Stephen Craig TURNER: KS; Tulsa, Okla. Byron Drew TYLER: Humphreys; Paragould. Linda Kathryn UPDIKE: AT; Muskogee, Okla. Lynda Kaye UPSHAW: Carnell; Little Rock. Mavis Ann UPTON: AXQ; Jasper. Ninth Row: Ronald E. VAN BUSKIRK: Granby, Mo. Mary Ellen VAN EATON: I1B$; Ardmore, Okla. Charles VAN GINHOVEN: San Isidro, Lima, Peru. Patricia Kay VANDIVER: Prairie Grove. Bill Alan VERNON: El Dorado. Phillip Richard VERRILL: Dallas, Tex. 115 First Rjw: Dwight Theodore VINES: Sedgwell; Tucker- man. R. David WAGNER: Buchanan; Rector. Rebecca Ann WALDEN: Carnall; Little Rock. Susan Elaine WALK: Xfi; El Dorado. Edwin Bramel WALKER: 2X; Forrest City. Gary Adrian WALKER: DeQueen. Second Row: Linda Kathryn WALKER: KKT; Cam¬ den. Reita Anne WALKER: ZTA; Little Rock. William Thomas WALKER: Sedgwell; Little Rock. James W. WALLACE: Little Rock. Thomas R. WALLACE: 2X; Mena. Retta Lee WALLIS: ZTA; Houston, Tex. Third Row: Charles A. WALLS: Iv2; Lonoke. Pamela Sue WALSH: ZTA; Kennett, Mo. Kathy Susan WALTON: ZTA; Fort Worth, Tex. H. Lee WARD: Siloam Springs. Sandra Elizabeth WARD: ZTA; Prescott. Carolyn Jo WARE: Holcombe; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: James Mack WARLICK: Yocum; Ham¬ burg. Eleanor Ruth WARREN: Futrall; Morrilton. R. Rider WASHBURN, II: Jonesboro. Martha Sue WATERS: AAA; Camden. Phyllis Kaye WATKINS: AT; Benton. James Duke WATTS: K2; Hot Springs. Fifth Row: Joe E. WEBB: Nashville. Paul WEBB: IIKA; El Campo, Tex. Phyliss Ann WEBB: Carnall; Benton. Larry V. WEBSTER: 2 i E; Bly theville. Sherry Bowers WEDDLE: Corning. Phyllis Ilene WEEKS: Futrall; Jacksonville. Sixth Row: Judith Joan WELCH: Holcombe; Aurora, Mo. Leon WEST, Jr.: Acacia; Magazine. James L. WEST¬ BROOK: K2; Paragould. John Wesley WHEELER: Glad- son; Ferguson, Mo. Deborah Ann WHILLOCK: Clinton. Kenneth George W1LLOCK: Clinton. Seventh Row: James Adrian WHISENHUNT: Wilson Sharp; West Memphis. David Swan WHITE: Gladson; Stamps. Jim T. WHITE: Acacia; Muskogee, Okla. Samuel Scott WHITE: Humphreys; Salina, Kan. Woody W. WHITE: 2X; DeQueen. Johnny W. WHITEHEAD: Sedg¬ well; Bartonville, Ill. Eighth Row: Bruce McNie WHITELOW: Davis; Wil¬ mette, Ill. Charles Edwin WHITLEY: 2X; Blytheville. Chris WHITTEN: ZTA; North Little Rock. Jerry Doys WHITTINGTON: Camden. James Louis WHITTLE: Hum¬ phrey; Fort Smith. Mary Jane WICKARD: Xfi; Little Rock. Sophomores Was it a forewarning of doom or just fatigue? The carn¬ ival spirit of Dallas on New Year ' s Eve was soon to rankle and sour for the 40,000 people from Arkansas. 116 Sophomores There is that certain time even in the hectic world of college student 1966 when one is all alone to think. It can happen, strangely, in the most crowded place of all. First Row: Susan Virginia WIDMER: Futrall; Rich¬ mond, Va. Chris E. WIGGINS: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Diana S. WIGHTMAN: AP; Little Rock. Linda Ann WILLARD: A A11; Fort Smith. Dennis Allen WILLIAMS: William; Little Rock. Floyd Lee WILLIAMS: K2; Alexandria, Va. Second Row : Georgia Carol WILLIAMS: AP; Stuttgart. Jane WILLIAMS: Razorback; Monroe. Janice Lee WIL¬ LIAMS: AXI2; McGehee. Karen Kay WILLIAMS: Fort Smith. Robert Burney WILLIAMS: Droke; Fort Smith. Thomas Edward WILLIAMS: Gravette. Third Row: A. Francene WILLIAMSON: Razorback; Tulsa, Okla. Richard Thomas WILLIAMSON: Jackson¬ ville. Linda Ann WILLIS: Holcombe; Pine Bluff. Carolyn Sue WILSON: AAI7; Hot Springs. Clyde John WILSON, Jr.: 2 t E; West Memphis. Jackie Carol WILSON: Futrall; Jonesboro. Fourth Row: James Curtis WILSON: Sedgwell; Han¬ over, N. H. John J. WILSON, Jr.: Yocum; Columbus. John Jay WILSON: Eureka Springs. Kathy WILSON: AAA; Jacksonville. Don Albert WIN EL AND: K2; Paragould. H. Lee WIN ELAND: M0; Pine Bluff. Fifth Row: Ronald L. WINNINGHAM: AKA; Walnut Ridge. Myles Malcolm WINTERS: Harrisburg. Gary WINTON: Little Rock. Craig Alvin WITTIG: 2 I E; San Antonio, Tex. Karen Sue WOLFINBARGER: Holcombe; Neosho, Mo. Joe Mike WOOD: 2AE; Texarkana. Sixth Row: Larry Wade WOOD: nKA; Morrilton. Michael Randy WOOD: Benton. Miriam WOOD: Razor- back; Marvell. Wendy Lynn WOOD: AAH ; Memphis. Alice Faye WOODS: Fayetteville. Janice Adrian WOODS: ZTA; Little Rock. Seventh Row: Michael Ray WOODS IDE: Droke; Para¬ gould. Cindy C. WOODSON: Futrall; Fort Smith. Thomas Edwin WOODSON: Yocum; Amity. Kaye Haltom WORKS: AP; Waldron. Larry A. WORSHAM: Centerville. Carole Alice WRIGHT: Razorback; Pine Bluff. Eighth Row: Mary Annette WRIGHT: AP; Bentonville. Richard Bailey WRIGHT: Humphrey; DeQueen. Jim T. WRIGHT: Morrilton. Thomas Joe WRIGHT: AXA; Little Rock. Carol Yuonne WUEST: AAII; Fayetteville. Lennie Daniel YINGST: Fayetteville. Sara Gwen YOCOM: Futrall; Harrison. Ninth Row: Dennis Ray YOUNG: 2TT; Texarkana. Garland Lyle YOUNG, Jr.: Texarkana. Richard Allen YOUNG: Little Rock. Ronald D. YOUNG: Harrison. Linda Diane YOUNKIN: Fayetteville. Susan Lee YOUNKIN: AXS2; Fayetteville. Brenda Jeanette ZIEGLER: ZTA; Jacksonville. 117 First Row: John Darrel ABSHIER: Lincoln. John Dale ACLIN: Yocum; North Little Rock. Ken ACLIN: Yocum; Hot Springs. Gary Charles ADAMS: Wilson Sharp; Piggott. Gil Alan ADAMS: Fayetteville. Jack ADAMS: 2AE; Memphis, Tenn. Second Row: Melva Ann ADAMS: Fayetteville. Miles LeRoy ADAMS: Clarksville. Richard Dean ADAMS: Yocum; El Dorado. Dorothy Diane ADLER: Hotz; Boerne, Texas. Marilea ADNEY: Hotz; Kansas City, Mo. Larry Don AGEE: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Third Row: Robert Charles AHRENS: Yocum; Moun¬ tain Home. Wayne Henry AINSLIE: Humphreys; Cohas- set, Mass. Tia Lynn AKINS: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Ann ALBRIGHT: Hotz; Fort Smith. David Lewis ALEX¬ ANDER: Yocum; Camden. Lawrence Allen ALEXANDER: Humphreys; Platte City, Mo. Fourth Row: Susan Evelyn ALEXANDER: 4-H House; Crossett. Tommy Alan ALLBRIGHT: Humphreys; Long¬ view. Tex. Loren Barry ALLEN: TKE; Knobel. Louise Anne ALLEN: Hotz; Little Rock. Lynne L. ALLEN: Hotz; Monroe, La. Sandy Sue ALLEN: Hotz; Little Rock. Fifth Row: William Ronald ALLEN: Lincoln. Robert Earl ALLISON: Cassville, Mo. Nancy Catherine ALL- MENDINGER: Rogers. Samuel David ALPHIN: K2; El Drrado. Glenda Susan AMES: Fayetteville. Sharon Elaine AMOS: Rogers. The Bubble Burst—LSU Tops Hogs First Row: Carol Nadine ANDERSON: Hotz; Bellevue, Nek James M. ANDERSON; Yocum; Paris. Rebecca Anise ANDERSON: Fayetteville. Susan ANDERTON: Hotz; Shreveport, La. M. Doug¬ las ANGLIN: Yocum; Berryville. Gloria Sue AN¬ THONY: Hotz; Bearden. Second Row: Raymond Francis AQULINA: IIKA; Smackover. Anne Deane ARNOLD: Hotz; Aurora, Mo. Gary Martin ARNOLD: Acacia; Fort Smith. David J. ARTHURS: Springdale. Mike Louis AS- BURY: Humphreys; Little Rock. Larry D. ASSELIN: Yocum; Branson, Mo. Third Row: Michael Dan ATCHISON: Rogers. James Wesley ATKINS: TKE; Mountain Home. Linda Gail ATKINSON: Fulbright; Monroe, La. Lyle F. AUSTIN: Decatur. Rodger A. AUSTIN: Bentonville. Wanda Ruth AUSTIN: Decatur. Fourth Row: Tommie Dean AYERS: Yocum; Hot Springs. Susan Roane BADGETT: Fulbright; Mc- Gehee. John Paul BAILEY: Yocum; North Little Rock. Sarah Elizabeth BAIRD: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Claudia Lynne BAKER: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Donald Richard BAKER: Yocum; Searcy. Fifth Row: James H. BAKER: Yocum; Mountain Home. Larry D. BAKER: Humphreys; Marked Tree. Mary Jeannette BAKER: Fulbright; Beebe. Rebecca Ann BAKER: Fulbright; Pensacola, Fla. Terry Lee BAKER: Kennett, Mo. Terry Lee BAKER: Sparta, Tenn. Sixth Row: Theda Varie BAKER: Hotz; Fort Smith. Billy Charles BALDWIN: Yocum; Hot Springs. Ford Louis BALDWIN: Humphreys; Des Arc. Wil¬ liam Eugene BALE: 2N; Little Rock. Phillip Lynn BALKE: Yocum; Lee’s Summit, Mo. LaCreta Jane BALKMAN: Hotz; Magazine. 118 Freshmen Protest is manifested in many forms. Architecture stu¬ dents thought of cool method of expressing their feelings— instructor s Volkswagen was wrapped in long assignment. First Row: Patricia BALL: Hotz; Fort Smith. Con¬ stance Josephine BALTZ: Hotz; Pocahontas. Charles Alfred BANKS: AX A; Blytheville. Charolette Jay Ion BANKS: Springdale. Nicky Don BANKS: Fayetteville. Nancy Susan BARKER: Hotz; Hampton, Va. Second Row: Claude Modlin BARNARD: Humphreys; St. Charles. Jerry Glen BARNER: Yocum; Little Rock. Billy Bruce BARNES: Humphreys; Bentonville. Janis I aye BARNES: Fulbright; Berryville. Jerry Dean BARNES: Springdale. Ralph Barnett BARNES, Jr.: Yocum; Little Rock. Third Row: Kathy Jo BARNETT: Hotz; North Little Rock. John G. BARNHILL: Yocum; Jacksonville, Fla. Jackie Sue BARRETT: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Jackie BARRON: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Terry Roger BAR- ROWS: Berryville. William Lee BARTHOLOMEW: 2 £E; Prairie Grove. Fourth Row: Dale Eugene BASHAM: Mansfield. Jerald F. BASHAM: Little Rock. M. Kathryn BASINGER: Hotz; Van Buren. Don Carlon BASSETT: Fayetteville. Judith Amelia BATCHELOR: Camden. William Walter BATE¬ MAN, Jr.: Yocum; Clarendon. Fifth Row: Marilyn Sue BATEY: Hotz; Pollard. Phillip Wayne BAXTER: North Little Rock. Ronnie Eugene BEA L: Decatur. Sharron J. BEAN: Hotz; Siloam Springs; Rick BEARD: 2 I E; Little Rock. William King BEARD: Yocum; Little Rock. Sixth Row: Sandy BEAUCHAMP: Hotz; Marianna. Willard BEAVERS: Humphreys; Cabot. Norma Jean BECK: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Ruth Ann BECK: Hol¬ combe; Valparaiso, Ind. Bonnie Margaret BELL: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Donna Lynn BELL: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Seventh Row: Glenn Edward BELL: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Judd Harris BELL: Yocum; Sherman, Tex. Mary Martha BELL: Fulbright; Fulton, Mo. Janet Sue BEN¬ NETT: Fulbright; Fort Smith. William Albert BEN¬ NETT: Yocum; North Little Rock. Susan Jane BENSON: Hotz; Webb City, Mo. Eighth Row: Beverly BENTON: hayetteville. Bill W. BENTON: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Catherine Valerie BENZ: Hotz; Bartlesville, Okla. Kerry Lance BERCHER: Fort Smith. Roberto Vladimir BERMUDEZ: Droke House; Guayaquil, Ecuador. Judith Anne BERRY: Fulbright; Morrilton. Ninth Row: Marilyn E. BERRY: Fulbright; Harris¬ burg. Ramon Gerald BERRY. Jr.: Yocum; Little Rock. Harold Byrd BETTON: Little Rock. Susan Pat BEVAN: Hotz; Dallas, 1 rex. Tina BEW: Fulbright; Little Rock. Jon-Ann BIEKER; Fulbright; Anderson, Mo. 119 Freshmen Dallas merchants thought the Texas-OU weekend was bad until the cajuns of LSU and the Arkansas fans tore up the town on the eve before the Cotton Bowl game on New Year ' s Day. First Row: Cheryl Eugenia BIELOH: Fulbright; Tex¬ arkana. Anne Marie BILHEIMER: Hotz; Little Rock. George BI NGHAM: Humphreys; West Helena. David Otis BIRKETT: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Michael Taylor BISHOP: Yocum; Bentonville. Harry K. BJORNBERG: Acacia; Little Rock. Second Row: Kay Lynn BLACK: Hotz; Ashdown. Larry A. BLACK: Humphreys; Benton. Candyce Sue BLACKARD: Hotz; Fort Smith. William Duane BLACK¬ WOOD: El Dorado. Brenda Joyce BLAGG: Hotz; New¬ port. Tommy Darrell BLAIR: Greenwood. Third Row: Glenn Ann BLAKEMORE: Hotz; Fort Smith. Connie Anne BLAND: Fulbright; Rogers. Robert Atherton BLANSHARD: 2AE; Newport. Robert Ferrel BLAYLOCK: Humphreys; Fort Smith. George Werner BLOESCH, Jr.: Yocum; West Helena. Richard Bruce BLOESCH: Yocum; Poplar Grove. Fourth Row: Janet Eileen BLUNDELL: Fulbright; St. Louis, Mo. Linda Kay BOATMAN: 4-H House; Benton¬ ville. Alice Lavelle BOATRIGHT: Fayetteville. Marylin Uene BODIFORD: Hotz; Fort Worth, Tex. Karel Eileen BOHLKEN: Fulbright; Little Rock. David Bruce BOLES: Springdale. Fijth Row: Carolyn Gay BOLING: Hotz; Bentonville. Jewel Ann BOLL: Fulbright; Jacksonville. Jane Veronica BONADY: Hotz; Wynne. Larry D. BONNER: Eudora. Peggy Ellen BOOKOUT: Springdale. Suzanne BOSWELL: Hotz; North Little Rock. Sixth Row: Roger F. BOTTLES: Yocum; Dallas, Tex. Louis McDaniel BOWEN: XAE; Forrest City. Susan Azelie BOWERMAN: Hotz; Shreveport, La. Charles M. BOWERS: Humphreys; Paragould. Patti Ashworth BOW¬ ERS: Hotz; Little Rock. Patsy Lynette BOWERS: Ful¬ bright; Texarkana, Tex. Seventh Row: Coy Lynn BOWLING: Yocum; Little Rock. Linda Merle BOX: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Robert Alan BOYCE: 2X; Pocahontas. Gretchen Jean BOYD: Fulbright; Hobbs, N. M. James Earl BOYD: Humphreys; Little Rock. Guy Russell BOYDSTUN: Thornton, Pa. Eighth Row: Judith Lee BOYER: Hotz; Bartlesville, Okla. Rickey Marshall BOYER: Humphreys; Hiekon Plains. Terrell Clark BOYER: AKA; North Little Rock. David A. BOYKIN: Yocum; Pine Bluff. John Raymond BOYLE: Humphreys; Fort Smith. William Thomas BRACKEN: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Ninth Row: Karen Fay BLACKETT: Hotz; Batesville. Gary Bryan BRACKIN: Humphreys; Marion. Michael Russell BRADLEY: Humphreys; Little Rock. William Harold BRADLEY, Jr.: Fayetteville. Linda Hope BRADY: Fulbright; Pyatt. Janice Ellen BRANAUGH: Hotz; Spring- dale. 120 First Row: Carl Terry BRANDT: Humphreys; Tulsa, Okla. Cora Etta BRANTLEY: Fulbright; Crossett. Patricia Ann BRANTLEY: Fulbright; Crossett. Herbert H. BRAS¬ WELL: Goldsboro, N. C. Paul Wayne BRASWELL: Yocum; Hermitage. Gary Ray BRATTON: Yocum; Mem¬ phis, Tenn. Second Row: Nancy BRAUN: Hotz; Memphis, Tenn. Linda Gene BRAY: Hotz; Hampton. Lynn Everett BREED¬ ING: Humphreys; Palestine. Ann BRETHERICK: Hotz; West Memphis. William Larry BRIAN: 2N; Hot Springs. Philip Dean BRIDGES: Yocum; Paragould. Third Row: Linda Jean BRIGANCE: Fulbright; Waldron. David Leon BRIGHT: 211; Manila. Linda Lou BRIGMAN: Hotz; Little Rock. Deborah Diane BRING- HAM: Hotz; Fort Smith. Carl Richard BRINKLEY: AKA; North Little Rock. Ellwood Weslev BROCKMAN, Jr.: Hackett. Fourth Row: Milton Charles BROKER, Jr.: Yocum; Gideon, Mo. Robert Word BROOKES: Humphreys; De- Queen. Betsy BROOKS: Fulbright; El Dorado. Kelso Clin¬ ton BROOKS, Jr.: Yocum; Hot Springs. Jerry Dean BROWERS: Decatur. Adrian J. BRO ' WN: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Fifth Row: C. Winston BROWN: 2X; Little Rock. Carol Ann BROWN: Fayetteville. Charles Homer BROWN: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Danny Carl BROWN: Fayette¬ ville. Darrell Fayne BROWN: Humphreys; Horatio. Ed¬ ward Lee BROWN: Humphreys; Cassville, Mo. Health Center Opens Months Late First Row: Irwin Hal BROWN: 2X; Fayetteville. Lynda Dee BROWN: Hotz; Newport. Richard Lee BROWN: Fayetteville. Shirley Guylene BROWN: West Fork. Susie BROWN: Fulbright; Texarkana Tex. Richard William BROWNE: Yocum; Kansas City, Mo. Second Row: Carol Janelle BROYLES: Fayette¬ ville. Robert Michael BRUCE: TKE; Powhatan. Bruce William CLARK: Fort Smith. Pamela Ann BRUNELLE: Fulbright; Fort Worth, Tex. Phillip Elton BRYAN: Little Rock. Don Alan BRYANT: Humphreys; Camden. Third Row: Janice Marie BRYANT: Fayetteville. Sherry Louise BRYANT: Fulbright; Hot Spring William F. BRYANT: IC2; Altheimer. Dale V BUCHANAN: Elkins. Mildred Corinn BUCHANAN: Hotz; Prescott. Robert Collins BUCHANAN: Acacia; Mounta inburg. Fourth Row: Jack J. BUCHER: Yocum; Moun¬ tain Home. Carolyn Jo BUCKMAN: Fulbright; Plain- view. Loren Scott BUELL: AXA; Bartlesville’ Okla. David Wayne BULLING TON: Lincoln. Bruce Thomas BULLION, III: Humphreys; Little Rock. Dana Leioh BUNCH: Hotz; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Charles Morris BURDINE: Yocum; Magnolia. Patrick James BURKE: Omaha, Neb. Donald Howard BURKS: Yocum; Hot Springs. Gary Ray BURNETT: Humphreys; Mena. Jerry Franklin BURNETT: Wilson Sharp; Hope. Barbara Chapman BURNETTE: Quitman. Sixth Row: Janelle BURNHAM: Hotz; Fort Smith Ronald Dean BURNHAM: Farmhouse; Plai nview. Michael A. BURNS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Michael Eugene BURR: Yocum; Little Rock. Dean Ann BUTLER: Fulbright; Osceola. Linda Kay BUTLER: Hotz; Mount Vernon, Mo. 121 First Row: Patricia Kay BIRENS: Fayetteville. Patricia Ann BUTLER: Fulbright; Harrisburg. Susan D. BUTTER: Fulbright; Longview, Tex. Gael Elinor BUTTRILL: Hotz; Beaumont, Tex. Richard CALAWAY: Yocum; Batesville. Bill A. CAMERON: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Second Row : William Blake CAMERON: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Carol Louise CAMPBELL: Hotz; West Mon¬ roe, La. Ford CAMPBELL: Fayetteville. Jane CAMP¬ BELL: Hotz; Van Buren. John William CAMPBELL: Yccum; El Dorado. Kenneth Lee CAMPBELL: Yocum; Fort Smith. Third Row: Richard F. CAMPBELL, III: K2; Fort Smith. Sandra Kay CAMPBELL: Fayetteville. Susanne CAMPBELL: Hotz; Hamburg. Edward A. CARLE: Yocum; Stuttgart. Lois Ann CARLSON: Hotz; Crawfords- ville. Betty L. CARNEY: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Fourth Row: Becky Jane CARPENTER: Hotz; Tahle- quah, Okla. Frances Jeanette CARPENTER: Hotz; Ham¬ burg. Jerry Wayne CARPENTER: Humphreys; Webb City, Mo. Linda Kay CARPENTER: Fulbright; Texarkana. Frank Chuck CARPINO: TKE; Mamaroweck, N. Y. Cynthia Ann CARR: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Fifth Row: Keith G. CARROLL: Humphreys; Fort Smith. William N. CARROLL: Humphreys; Pocahontas. Linda CARSON: Hotz; Little Rock. Barbara E. CARTER: Hotz; Rose Bud. Darlene CARTER: Fulbright; Pine Bluff. Hilda Arnold CARTER: Fulbright; Beaumont, Tex. New Constitution Goes To Senate First Row: Lane Swifton CARTER: Yocum; New¬ port. Paul Jack CARUTH: Yocum; Hot Springs. William Burns CARWELL: Humphreys; Cherry Val¬ ley. Weldon Jackie CASELMAN: Winslow. Jerry Frank CASH: Humphreys; Harrison. Michael Stuart CASHION: 2X; Lake Village. Second Row: Walter Neil CASTLEBERRY, Jr.: ITKA; Crossett. Larry Eugene CAUDLE: West Fork. Barbara Jo CA VENDER: Fulbright; Ruston, La. James Murlin CAWOOD: Humphreys; Bentonville. Robert Lee CAWOOD: Bentonville. Jeanine CECIL: Fulbright; Texarkana. Third Row: James Randall CENTER: Fayetteville. Vicky Margaret CHALFANT: Fulbright; Augusta. Debra Sue CHEATHAM: Fulbright; McCrory. Cyn¬ thia Sue CHRISM AN: Hotz; North Little Rock. Sandra Jean CHRISPEN: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Gary Lester CHRISTENSON: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Fourth Row: Richard Carl CHRISTY: 211; Col¬ linsville, Ill. Chandler M. CHURCH: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Daniel R. CLARK: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Gregory John CLARK: Bentonville. Paula Jean CLARK: Fayetteville. Stephen Robert CLARK: Wil¬ son Sharp; Medford, Okla. Fifth Row: William Kent CLARK: Yocum; Rogers. Janet Lynn CLARKE: Hotz; Marion. Linda CLAY: Fulbright; El Dorado. Raymond Cusick CLAYTON: Humphreys; McGehee. James Allison CLEM: Tex¬ arkana. Beverly Ann CLEVIDENCE: Hotz; Little Rock. Sixth Roiv: Lowell Douglass CLIFTON: Yocum; North Little Rock. Sandra Gene CLIFTON: West Fork. Cathy Loraine CLINE: Hotz; Helena. Linda Faye CLOYD: Hotz; Siloam Springs. James E. COBB: Yocum; Nashville. Russell Dean CODY: Russellville. 122 Freshmen ' Set ' em up Joe ' and ' one more for the road ' were the common phrases New Year ' s Eve night in Dallas, but the partying continued all night long, going from party, to hotel, to street. First Row : Susan Elizabeth CODY: Russellville. Cath¬ erine Louise C0FF1ELD: Hotz; JNoxth Little Rock. Joe Edward COFF1ELD: AXA; Stuttgart. Toni H. COGBURN: AKA; Fayetteville. Stephen Edward COIL: TKE; Piggott. William Foy COKER: Springdale. Second Row: Jimmy Lee COLBERT: Farmhouse; Lit¬ tle Rock. Cathy Lee COLBURN: Hotz; Brockton, Mass. Ray Eugene COLCLASURE: Yocum; Altheimer. Judy J. COLE: Fulbright; Oklahoma City, Okla. Charlotte Karen COLEMAN: Fulbright; Texarkana, Tex. Kenneth Ross COLEMAN: Yocum; Fulton. Third Row : Randell Clinton COLEMAN: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Carol Lynn COLIZ: Hotz; Dallas, lex. Cyndy Ann COLLINS: Hotz; Springdale. Kay Graham COLLINS: Fulbright; Kansas City, Mo. William Days COMAN: Humphreys; Montgomery, Ala. William P. COMBS: Huntsville. Fourth Row : David Allen COMSTOCK: Yocum; Siloam Springs. John Michael CONDIT: Yocum; Crosset. Charles Allen CONDITT: Yocum; Helena. Mike CONDON: Fayetteville. William J. CONNELL: Fayetteville. Michael Ira CONNER: Yocum; Silver City, N. M. Fifth Row: Delmar Lynn CONRAD: Yocum; Harlan, Iowa. Frances Elizabeth COOK: Fulbright; Wynne. Mar¬ garet Elizabeth COOK: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Wil¬ liam Jennings COOK, III: Yocum; Sherrill. Linda Ann COOKSEY: Hotz; Fort Smith. Carol Sue COOPER: Hotz; Cooter, Mo. Sixth Row: Edward Harrison COOPER: Humphreys; Alma. Nancy Ruth COPPLE: Springdale. Steve CORLEY: Yocum; Cravette. Bobby Joe CORNISH: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Geraldine Ann CORNWELL: Hotz; Conway. Larry Dale COSAND: Yocum; Bentonville. Seventh Row: Kathleen M. COTTERMAN: Fayetteville. Joe B. COUCH: 2N; Norman. Marilyn Ann COURDIN: Hotz; Purdy, Mo. Wendy Lynne COVEN: Hotz; Searcy. Phillip Loyd COWART: Glenwood. Jerry Leon COWEE: Fayetteville. Eighth Row: Patricia Joyce COWGER: Fulbright; De- Witt. James Ralph COX: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Peggy Sue COX: Fulhright; Blytheville. Phyllis Jean COX: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Ralph Melvin GRAFTON: TKE; Corning. Barbara Jean CRAIG: Hotz; Bentonville. Ninth Row: Joe Carl CRAIN: Springdale. Marsha Kaye CRANE: Hotz; Fort Smith. David Ralph CRAVENS: Yocum; Paris. James Terry CRAWFORD: Yocum; Mena. Mary Ann CRAWFORD: Fulhright; Stuttgart. Norma Ruth CRAWFORD: Fulbright; Fort Smith. 123 Freshmen Harriet Hubbard, right, gets the thrill of a lifetime while judging the Mr. Greek Physique competition at the Pan- Olympic games during Greek Week. Harriet won the title. First Row: Wesley CRAWFORD: Acacia; Shreveport, La. Cynthia Ann CREEL: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. John Charles CREIGHTON: Llumphreys; Fort Worth, Tex. Michael Dean CRIST: Humphreys; Rogers. Charles Robert CRITTERDEN: Fayetteville. Paul Dwain CROMWELL: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Second Row: Norma Sue CROSNOE: Hotz; Fort Smith. Carolyn CROSS: Hotz; Newport. Robert F. CRUDUP: Springdale. Peggy Jo CULLOM: Hotz; Wilson. Samuel Dwight CUMMINGS: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Brenda Regena CUMMINS: Hotz; North Little Rock. Third Row: Elizabeth Ann CURETON: 4-H House; Cash. Frank A. CURL: Humphreys; Muskogee, Okla. Steve CURRIE: Humphreys; DeWitt. James Ray DACUS: Humphreys; Wynne. Richard A. DAFFRON: Humphreys; Cotter. Sharon Lea DALRUMPIE: Hotz; Searcy. Fourth Row: Brian Joel DAMEIER: Humphreys; New Orleans, La. Pebble Lynn DANIEL: Fulbright; Harrison. Daniel W. PEYTON: 2AE; Augusta. Ann Margaret DARKS: Fulbright; Broken Arrow, Okla. Susan Carol DARNALL: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. Kim DAVEY: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Fifth Row: Robert A. DAVIDSON: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Beverly Ann DAVIES: Fulbright; Batesville. Alice Marie DAVIS: Hotz; Dermott. Calvin Sharpe DAVIS: Yocum; El Dorado. Darrell Ray DAVIS: Greenland. Ellen Diane DAVIS: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Sixth Row: Larry Michael DAVIS: Humphreys; Glen- wood. Mary Patricia DAVIS: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Nancy Rebecca DAVIS: Hotz; Green Forest. Joan DAVIS: Fulbright; Green Forest. Pamela Kay DAVIS: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Priscilla Ann DAVIS: Fulbright; West Mem¬ phis. Seventh Row: Tony M. DAVIS: Humphreys; Verona, Mo. Paul Edward DAWSON: Humphreys; West Helena. Carolyn Jane DEARIEN: Hotz; Mountain View. Marilyn Jane DEARIEN: Llotz; Mountain View. Tom DEBERRY: Idabel, Okla. Francis Eugene DEBONS: Humphreys; Para- gould. Eighth Row: Arthur Glenn DECKELMAN: Humphreys; Monticello. Jane Collier DEES: Hotz; Little Rock. Clifton Gerald DEJARNETTE: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Edward Joseph DENNIS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Jerry Lynn DENNIS: Yocum; Paris. John Thomas DENT: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Ninth Row: Gary Joe DENTON: Yocum; Clarksville. Janelle DENTON: Hotz; Jacksonville. Mary Annette DE- SALVO: Fulbright; Hurst, Tex. Edward Clayton DEWEY: Yocum; Jacksonville. Carol DICKINSON: Fulbright; Long¬ view. Tex. Dwight Bennett DICKSON, Jr.: Yocum; Ft. Bragg, N. C. 124 First Row: Spike DIETRICH: 2AE; Camden . Brenda Kay DILL: Fayetteville. C. Bill DILL: IIKA; Harrison. Harry C. DISBRO ' W: Yocum; Little Rock. Jerri Gayle DISNEY: Springdale. Margaret Lorraine DIXON: 4-H House; Lamar. Second Row: William Paul DIXON: Fayetteville. Susan DODD: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Randall E. DODGE: Yocum; Benton. Bill DODGEN: Farmhouse; Collegeville. Charolette Lea DODSON: West Fork. Barbara Kay DOT- TERTY: Fulbright; Batesville. Third Row: Robert Woodrow DOLAND: nivA; Little Rock. Phyllis Ann DONAHOU: 4-H House; Combs. Debbie Ann DORSA: Hotz; Springdale. Kent Alfred DOSS: Yocum; DeQueen. Rick Allen DOSS: 2AE; Fort Worth, Tex. John Thomas DOTSON, Jr.: Humphreys; Van Buren. Fourth Row: James Paul DOUGLAS: Humphreys; Magnolia. Margaret Jane DOUGLAS: Bentonville. Larry William DOUGLASS: Yocum; Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. Billy Dewayne DOVER: 211; Mena. James Alan DOYEL: 2AE; Marianna. William Mike DOYLE: Yocum; Newport. Fifth Row: Anna Kathryn DR ACE: Carnall; Tyronza. Glenn DRAIN: Fayetteville. Cynthia DRAKE: Fayetteville. Patrici a Marie DRAPER: Fulbright; El Dorado. Daniel Bruce DREWRY: Yocum: Harrison. Janice Claire DRIS- KILL: Hotz; Vinita, Okla. ‘Cherry’ Hall Set To Open In Fall First Row: William Joseph DUBOIS: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Marcel Joseph DUCHAMP: Pleasant Plains. Stephen Gail DUFFEL: Humphreys; Park Forest, Ill. Annetta Louise DUFFY: Fulbright; Pine Bluff. Jimmie Hurene DUKE: Fulbright; North Little Rock. Frankie Charles DUNAGAN: Humphreys; Longview, Tex. Second Row: Montie Wayne DUNCAN: 2N; Searcy. Nancy Jane DUNCAN: Hotz; Little Rock. Robert N. DUNCAN: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Arthur Raymond DUNLAP: Yocum; Little Rock. William Edward DUNN: IIKA; Crossett. Danny D. DUN¬ NING: Yocum; Jacksonville. Third Row: Betty Lou DURELL: Fayetteville. Danny W. DURNING: Fayetteville. Tommy Alvin EANES: Yocum; Scott. Shirley Marie EANS: Fayette¬ ville. David Harold EARLE: Humphreys; Jacksonville. Tom P. EARNHART: Yocum; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Joseph Clifford EASON: Humphreys; Ashdown. Bob EAST: 2N; Little Rock. Norma Lea EATON: Wesley. Tommie Kay EBBERT: Fulbright; Jonesboro. Anne Elizabeth EBELING: Hotz; Bryant. Sharon Elizabeth ECK: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: William Standley EDEN: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Linda Louise EDGAR: Rogers. Paula Lee EDGIN: Fulbright; Hot Springs. Jackie Lonell EDMONDS: Yocum; Mountain Home. Julian D. EDMONDSON, II: Humphreys; El Dorado. Larrv Dean EDMONDSON: Yocum; Gentry. Sixth Row: Daniel Gilman EDWARDS, Jr.: Yocum; Danville. Katherine Curtis EDWARDS: Ful¬ bright; Huntsville. Robert EDWARDS: 2X; Searcy. Robert Patrick EDWARDS: Yocum; Hot Springs. Richard Wayne EFFLAND. Jr.: Yocum; Madison, Wis. Kathryn Marie EGGERS: Fulbright; Mountain View. First Row : Janet Lee EHRENBERG: Fulbright; St. Louis Park. Minn. John Calvin EICHLER: Wilson Sharp; Stuttgart. Hugh Douglas ELDERTON: West Fork. Andrea Lynn ELEY: Hotz; Jacksonville. James Philip ELKINS: IIKA; El Dorado. Janice Sue ELLEN: Fulbright; El Dorado. Second Row : Cherie Ann ELLIS: Hotz; Hot Springs. Juliane ELLIS: Hotz; Paragould. Virgil Edward ELLIS, Jr.: Humphreys; Bakersfield, Calif. Glenn Franklin ELLI¬ SON: Wilson Sharp; Jacksonville, Fla. Susan Wood ELLS¬ WORTH: Fulbright; Longview, Tex. Linda Sue ELMORE: Fulbright; El Dorado. Third Row : Gloria ELROD: Fulbright; Texarkana. Bobby Joe ELSEA: Bentonville. David Lee EMBRY: Yocum; Morrilton. Raleigh Herbert EMERY: Yocum; Herndon, Va. Gary Wayne EMMETT: Springdale. Annette Mary ENDERLIN: Hotz; Conway. Fourth Row: Lester Eugene ENGLAND: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Rickey D. ENGLAND: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Troy Wayne ENGLAND: Fayetteville. Bruce R. ENGSTROM: Humphreys; Little Rock. Shade Wooten EPES, Jr.: K2; Helena. Thomas Henry ERNST: Fayette¬ ville. Fifth Row: Jenelle ERWIN: Fulbright; McGehee. Judson Landers ERWIN: Wilson Sharp; McGehee. Glenyce Gail ESTES: Fulbright; Harrison. John Kelmer ESTES: Humphreys; West Helena. Irmgard Renate EUBANKS: Bad Wimpfen, West Germany. Linda Cheryl EUBANKS: Fayetteville. Fulbright Begins Senate Hearings First Row: Sandra Jean EVERETT: Hotz; Claren¬ don. Frank R. EVERSOLE: Yocum; Fort Smith. Russell Hardy EWING: Humphreys; Des Arc. Gwen Elizabeth FAHR: Hotz; Paragould. Edwin Lee FAIR: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Fern Elizabeth FARR: Ful¬ bright; Texarkana, Tex. Second Row: Paul M. FARRELL, Jr.: Yocum; Brinkley. Linda Jo FAULKNER: Fulbright; Fayette¬ ville. Richard Alan FELKER: Yocum; Mabelvale. Judy Lynn FERGUSON: Fulbright; Forrest City. Pamela Jo FESLER: Fulbright; Jefferson City, Mo. Daniel Clayton FETHEROLF: Yocum; East Bruns¬ wick, N. J. Third Row: Sue Ellen FIELD: Hotz; Little Rock. Robin Palmer FIGHTMASTER: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Howard Louis FIKES: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Jane FINE: Fulbright: Lonoke. Bill FINK: Fayetteville. Christianne FINKBEINER: Hotz; Little Rock. Fourth Roiv: Dorothy Marie FINKBEINER: Hotz; Little Rock. Lvndon FINNEY: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Robert Clinton FISHER: AKA; Covington, Tenn. Ronnie Wayne FISHER: Humphreys; Mulberry. Gayle Ann FISER: Morrilton. Miles Dayton FISH: 2N; Star City. Fifth Row: Marrin Ruth FTTTON: Fulbright; Colorado Springs. Colo. Bob B. FITZGERALD: Hum¬ phreys: Fort Smith. Too Michael FITZHUGH: Fayette¬ ville. Linda Kay FLETCHER: Hotz: Russellville. Martin Edward FLETCHER: Fayetteville. Mary FLETCHER: Hotz; Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Suzanne Louise FLTCK: Hotz: Dallas. Tex. Dennis Earl FLORFR: Maysville. Richard Rhodes FLOYD: Yocum Murfreesboro. Billv Wavne FLY: Humphrevs; DeWitt Curtis Keith FLYNT: Prairie Grove. Lawrence Keith FOSTER: Yocum; Rogers. 126 Freshmen Dave Brubeck clowned it up with his drummer and bass man during the second and last concert of the year. Brubeck was secured after a ' John Shockey, Where Are You? ' campaign. First Row: Pamela FOSTER: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Ronnie Allen FOSTER: Humphreys; Rogers. Charles E. FOWLER: Humphreys; Little Rock. Izena FOX: Hotz; Helena. Patrick N. FOX: Yocum; Shreveport, La. William Harris FOX: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Second Row: John Stephen FRAME: TKE; Flippin. Deborah Ann FRANCIS: Hotz; Little Rock. Stephen Gil FRANCIS: Humphreys; Blytheville. Walter Bates FRANKE: Fayetteville. Richard Eugene FRANKEN- BERGER: Humphreys; Pocahontas. Edward Lee FRANK¬ LIN: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Third Row : John Olyver Charles FRANKLIN: Yocum; El Dorado. John Thomas FRANKLIN, III: Rogers. Perry Leon FRANKLIN: TKE; Viola. Terry Lee FRANKLIN: TKE; Viola. James Howard FRASHER: Yocum; Dallas, Tex. Shirley Ann FRANZMEIER: Hotz; Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Byron FREELAND: Yocum; Little Rock, Donnie Ray FREEMAN: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Elwood Arthur FREEMAN, Jr.: 2X; Newport. Janis Marie FREE¬ MAN: Hotz; El Dorado. Gary Glen FRIDAY: Yocum; Arkadelphia. Douglas Lee FUGATE: Humphreys; Carth¬ age, Mo. Fifth Row: Gary Wayne FULGHAM: 2N; Fort Smith. John Julian FULLER: Yocum; Little Rock. Silvia Mae FURGASON: Hotz; Mount Vernon, Mo. Fred L. FUTCH: Humphreys; Camden. Karen Sue GAGE: Fayetteville. Michael Henry GALLOWAY: Pine Bluff. Sixth Row: Ronny Gene GALLOWAY: Yocum; Glen- wood. Sharon Louise GAMMEL: Yotz; Mississippi City, Miss. Ann Elizabeth GARDNER: Hotz; Shreveport, La. Sally Ann GARDNER: Hotz; Springdale. Sue Marie GARDNER: Fulbright; Seattle, Wash. George William GARMAN, Jr.: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Seventh Row: Shirley L. GARMAN: Hotz; Gravette. Elizabeth GARTRELL: Fulbright; Ashville, Ala. Michael Joseph GARTRELL: Yocum; Eunice, La. Brian Lincoln GARTSIDE: Yocum: Rogers. Sandra Sue GASTON: Ful¬ bright; Neosho. Mo. Michael Allen GAY: Yocum; Grubbs. Eighth Row: Burley Joe GAYER: Fayetteville. Donald lay GENTRY: Springdale. Terrence M. GEORGE: Hum¬ phreys; Cove. Suzy GERETY: Hotz; Hazen. James Michael GIANNINI: Yocum; Princeton, Ky. Kem GIBBS: Yocum; Fort Worth, Tex. Ninth Row: Allan Douglas GIBSON: Fayetteville. Alton Dewayne GIBSON: Yocum; Leachville. Barbara Lea GIB¬ SON: Fayetteville. Don Lee GIBSON: UK A; Springdale. Judith Ann GIBSON: Hotz; Springdale. Dee Ann GIE- ROW: Hotz; Hot Springs. 127 Freshmen Tri-Delts Martha Gadberry, left, and Nancy Hurst lead their sisters in a dirge in honor of the girls who came back to the preferential whing-ding and cut-throat session during rush. First Roiv : Carol Lee GILBERT: Hotz; Pleasant Plains. Diane GILBERT: Fulbright; El Dorado. Robert C. GIL¬ BERT: Humphreys; Guidon. Raymond Carl GILBRECH: Humphreys; Holly Grove. Nancy Adele GILCHRIST: Hotz; Fort Smith. Roger William GILCHRIST: Sedgwell; Fort Smith. Second Row: Roger William GILES: Acacia; Prairie Grove. Edward Stuart GILLESPIE: 2N; Fort Smith. David Roy GILLIAM: Yocum; Sand Springs, Okla. Patricia Nelle GILLIAM: Fulbright; El Dorado. Jack L. GILLI¬ LAND: Humphreys; Cotter, Mary Ann GINETTE: Hotz; Little Rock. Third Row: Richard Dean GING: Farmhouse; Gravette. Mary Len GINN: Hotz; Bentonville. Linda Diane GIST: Fulbright; Paragould. Gilbert Louis GLOVER: Yocum; Little Rock. Robert Ivy GLOVER: Humphreys; McGehee. Connie J. GOBLE: Fulbright; Mount Ida. Fourth Row: Wendell A. GOLAB: Mountainburg. Richard Allen GOLLON: Yocum; Stuttgart. George Wil¬ liam GOODWIN, Jr.: Yocum; North Little Rock. Linda Sue GOODWIN: Hotz; Paragould. Nancy Ann GOOD¬ WIN: Razorback; Hot Springs. Linda Reed GORDON: Fulbright; Bartlesville, Okla. Fifth Row: Ralph A. GORDON, Jr.: £A0; Prescott. James Harold GORHAM: William House; Dallas, Tex. Mary Jane GOSSLEE: Hotz; Los Alamos, N. M. Charles Jeffrey GOWER: Yocum; Texarkana, Tex. Nancy Mae GRABILL: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Charles S. GRAHAM: Springdale. Sixth Row: Don Allen GRAHAM: Humphreys; Hous¬ ton, Tex. Gregory B. GRAHAM: Yocum; Fort Smith. Chailine Marie GRANT: Fulbright; Muskogee, Okla. Ernie Horton GRAY: Yocum; Calico Rock. John Robert GRAY: Yocum; Newport. Sheryl Annetta GRAY: Fulbright; Monett, Mo. Seventh Row: Sue Ellen GRAY: Hotz; DeQueen. Robert Van GRAVBILL: Yocum; Little Rock. Paul Joseph GRA- ZIONI: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Terry Glenn GREEN: Vocum; North Little Rock. Jerry Michael GREEN: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Paul Lee GREEN: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Eighth Row: Arthur Robert GREENBERG: Acacia; Hot Springs. Daniel Martin GREENBERG: Fayetteville. Amy GREENOUGH: Fulbright; Massapequa, N. Y. Eliza¬ beth Ann GREER: Fulbright; Little Rock. James Burton GREGG: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Artie GREGORY: 3 A0; North Little Rock. Ninth Row: Wanda Lynn GREGORY: Fulbright; El Dorado. Linda Faye GRIFFIN: Fulbright; Clarkedale. Raymond Lee GRIFFITH: Springdale. Larry Wayne GROBER: Yocum; Wood River, HI. Jo Anna GROOMS: Fulbright; Paragould. Andrew E. GRYGO: TKE; Fords, N. J. 128 First Row: Phil D. GUINN: 24 E; Denton, Tex. Linda L. GUSHEA: Fulbright; Van Buren. Mario O. GUTIER¬ REZ: Humphreys; Jacksonville. Ralph Harrison GUYNN: Harrison. Ruth Ellen GUYNN: Harrison. Hazel Jane GWIN: Hotz; Sheridan. Second Row: Harold Max HACKWORTH: TKE; Dalton. William Joseph HAGNER, III: AXA; Cotton Valiev, La. Creed Michel HAIGH: 211; Stuttgart. Donna Jane HAIRSTON: Hotz; Little Rock. John Bruce HAL¬ BERT: Humphreys; Melbourne, Fla. Nancy G. HAL¬ BERT: Hotz; Malvern. Third Raw: Larry K. HALE: AFP; Green Forest. William Robert HALE: Yocum: Russellville. Elizabeth Jo HALEY: Fayetteville. Kersh E. HALL: AKA; Dumas. Larry Allen HALL: Yocum; Clarksville. Margaret HALL: Hotz; Searcy. Fourth Row: Mary Louise HALL: Fulbright; Marvell. Patricia Ann HALL: Hotz; Fort Smith. Richard Davis HALL: Yocum; Monett, Mo. Richard Lee HALL: Hum¬ phreys; North Little Rock. Richard Whit HALL: 2 f E; North Little Rock. Linda Lee HALLMARK: Hotz; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Diana Lillian HAMBLEN: Fulbright; Cros- sett. Thomas Edward HAMILTON: South Nyack, N. Y. Parks HAMMOND: Acacia; El Dorado. Charles Albert HANBY: Yocum; Berryville. Sandra Louise HANEY: Hotz; Shreveport, La. Sandra Sue HARBISON: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Faubus Says He Won’t Run Again First Row: Albert Carter HARD AGE: Yocum; Hope. Robert Wilson HARDIN: Yocum; Clarksville. Jeff Norman HARDWICK: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Eddie D. HARGIS: Yocum; Huntsville. Michael Preston HARKEY: 2X; Pocahontas. William Price HARNED: Yocum; Mountain Home. Second Row: Gary P. HARNESS: Fayetteville. Blake Whittington HARPER: 2N; Fort Smith. Robert Eugene HARRELL. Jr.: Humphreys; Wynne. Barbara Berniece HARRIS: 4-H House; Centerton. George Thomas HARRIS: Humphreys; Hope. Jack Deubler HARRIS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Third Row: Jo Courtney HARRIS: Hotz; Fort Smith. Kenneth W. HARRIS: Humphreys; Osceola. Kenneth L. HARRISON: ITKA; Crossett. Sarah Lynn HARRISON: Hotz; Bentonville. Margaret Lee HAV¬ ER: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. David Charles HAUSAM: Humphreys; Huntsville. Fourth Row: Kirby Jan HAYNIE: Hotz; Little Rock. Patrick Henry HAYS: Yocum; North Little Reck. Robert Martin HEAD: Yocum; Brockland. John Terry HEARD: Humphreys; Benton. Susie HEARD: Hotz; Fort Smith. Virginia Lynette HEARD: Hotz; Newport. Fifth Row: Susan HEARNSBERGER: Hotz; Benton. Barbara Rose HEBERT: Fulbright; Baton Rouge, La. James Rexford HECOX: Yocum; Benton. Frederick HEIDENREICH. Jr.: Yocum; Plumerville. Sara Helen HEITMAN: Fulbright; Little Reck. Nancy Elizabeth HELMS: Fulbright; Crawfordsville. Sixth Row: Brenda Jeanine HEMENWAY: Hotz; Newport. Clara Jean HENDERSON: Fulbright; Van Horn, Tex. James Knox HENDREN: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Cecelia Ann HENDRICKS: Hotz: Fort Smith. Lester Joe HENLEY, Jr.: Y cum; McGehee. Mary HENLEY: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. 129 First Row: Thomas Walter HENRY: Stuttgart. Marvin P. HENNINGSON: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Margie Lyn HERNDON: Fulbright; Hope. Phoebe Jo HERRICK: Hotz; Alexandria, La. Judy M. HERSEY: 4-H House; Farmington. Bobby Joe HIBBARD: Yocum; Van. Second Row: James Harold HILL, Jr.: Yocum; Little Rock. Belinda Jane HILLHOUSE: Fulbright; Flippin. Rollin Trevor HILLIARD: Yocum; Painesville, Ohio. Charlotte Ann HILTON: Fulbright; Pine Bluff. Marilyn Ann HINKLE: Hotz; Mountain View. Jay Travis HITT: Yocum; Bentonville. Third Row: Thomas William HITT: Yocum; Piggott. Madison Lee HODGES: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Robert Henry HODGES: 2X; Newport. Susan Caroline HODGES: Hotz; Oklahoma City, Okla. Si Lynn HOLLAN: Ful¬ bright; Hot Springs. Billye Michele ILOLLON: Hotz; Fort Smith. Fourth Roiv: William Lawrence HOLLOWAY: Yocum; Rover. Lewis Ray HOLT: Yocum; Alma. Sandi L. HOLT: Hotz; Fort Smith. Richard Holt HOLYFIELD: Yocum; Rogers. Leo Lee HONG: Humphreys; Marianna. Nichols Lewis HOPPER: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Vicki Ann HORTON: Fulbright; Harrison. Judy Lee HOSIER: Hotz; Shreveport, La. William A. HOUGH: Yocum; North Little Rock. James Carol HOUSE: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Nick HOUSER: 4 A0; Lubbock, Tex. Gary Odel HOWARD: Springdale. China Subject Of Senate Hearings First Row: Mary Susan HOWARD: Hotz; Mem¬ phis. Tenn. Robert G. HOWARD: Huntsville. Tommy Jack HOWARD: TKE; Pryor, Okla. Lynn HOWELL: Hotz; Fort Worth, Tex. Richard Thomas HOY: Yocum; Riverton, N. J. Linda HUDGINGS: Ful¬ bright; El Dorado. Second Row: Donna Faye HUDSON: Fayetteville. William Byrom HUDSON: ITKA; Harrison. June HUENS: Springdale. Kathy HUFF: Hotz; North Little Rock. Bob HUGGINS: Yocum; Huntsville, Ala. Cynthia Sue HULL: Hotz; Cassville, Mo. Third Row: Thomas David HULME: Humphreys; Kildare, Tex. James William HUMPHRIES: Yocum; El Dorado. John Marshall HUNDLEY: Yocum; Little Rock. A1 V. HUNT: Yocum; Fort Smith. Karen Keva HUNT: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Murray H. HUNT: Acacia; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Owen Thomas HUNT, Jr.: XX; Lake Hamilton. Douglas Ray HUNTER: Humphreys; Mena. Nancy Carolyn HUNTER: Hotz; Summit, Mo. David Edwin HURD: Yocum; Rogers. Charles Philip HURST: Humphreys; Cotter. Steven Garland HURST: TKE; Nemmons. Fifth Row: James Curtis HUSKINS: ITKA; Siloam Springs. Jack J. HUSTED: Fayetteville. James Binion HUTCHENS: Humphreys; Monett, Mo. John Daniel INGRUM: AX A; Springdale. Cindy IRBY: Hotz; Raytown, Mo. Jackie Lee IRVIN: Hotz; Sheridan. Sixth Row: Bill ISAACS: Humphreys; North Lit¬ tle Rock. Tana Jo ISBELL: Fulbright; Marble Falls. Kathryn Elizabeth IVEY: Fayetteville. Billy Ray IVY: Bentonville. Blaine Albert JACKSON: Yocum; Al¬ pena. David Wray JACKSON: Yocum; Rogers. 130 1 - 1 ■ 5 ' | Freshmen The race between women to see who can get the deepest tan first begins each spring as soon as the thermometer goes over 32 degrees. DG was well on the way to the title, cheered on from neighboring windows by men of Davis Hall. First Row: James Buford JACKSON: Wilson Sharp; Fayetteville. Audrey Michael JACOBS: Wilson Sharp; Hunt. Andrew Kent JACOBSON: Yocum; Balboa, Canal Zone. Christer JACOBSON: Hudiksvall, Sweden. Robert Allen JAMES: Acacia; Hot Springs. Earl Edwin JAMI¬ SON: Humphreys; Newport. Second Row : Thomas Wade JANUARY: Fayetteville. Richard Clyde JARMAN: Yocum; Little Rock. Judith Ann JARSTAD: Fulbright; Greenbay, Wis. Richard Lee JAY: Yocum; Springfield, Mo. Thomas Charles JAYNE: Yocum; Warren. Judith Marie JEFFERS: Fulbright; Warren. Third Row: Gary Scott JEFFERSON: Yocum; Russell¬ ville. Larry Joe JEFFERSON: Yocum Hall; Valley Springs. Jerry Henry JEFFERY, Jr.: Yocum; Newport. Joe Curran JEFFERY: Humphreys; Arlington Heights, Ill. Gary Mark JEFFERYS: 2X; Denting, New Mexico. Jerry Allen JENK¬ INS: Yocum; Warren. Fourth Row: Johnny M. JENKINS: Cane Hill. Patricia Kay JENKINS: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Lindon Kyle JENNINGS: West Fork. Maurice J. JENNINGS: Hum¬ phreys; Heber Springs. Tappan Horner JENNINGS: 2AE; Helena. Joyce Eileen JERNIGAN: Hotz; Lepanto. Fifth Row: Judith Kay JEWELL: Fulbright; Little Rock. Charles Fredrick JOHNSON: Humphreys; Malvern. Charles L. JOHNSON: Acacia; Fayetteville. Donna Claire JOHNSON: Hotz; Fort Smith. Ebb Weldon JOHNSON: N; Texarkana. Gordon Nelson JOHNSON: Humphreys; Texarkana. Sixth Row: James Stephen JOHNSON: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Jim A. JOHNSON: S$E; West Mem¬ phis. Johnny Mac JOHNSON: Yocum; Rogers. Linda Karen JOHNSON: Hotz; Salem. Michael Bruce JOHN¬ SON: Yocum; Little Rock. Muriel Anne JOHNSON: F ulbright; Crossett. Seventh Row: Resl Daphne JOHNSON: Hotz; Dermott. Robert Bryan JOHNSON: Yocum; Osceola. Stephanie Allen JOHNSON: Hotz; Marianna. Yvette Merre JOHN¬ SON: Fulbright; Dermott. Dennis Lee JOHNSTON: Yocum; Forrest City. Lynda Lee JOHNSTON: Fulbright; Blytheville. Eighth Row: Mary Sue JOHNSTON: Fayetteville. Paul Keith JOHNSTON: Yocum; Mountain View. Sally Ann JOHNSTON: Hotz; Little Rock. Billy Doyle JONES: Berryville. Carol June JONES: Hotz; Buhl, Idaho. Frank Wilson JONES, Jr.: Yocum; Clarksville. Ninth Row: Guy Franklin JONES: Humphreys; Pella, Iowa. Harold Price JONES: Yocum; Bonneville. Jack- son M. JONES: Humphreys; Harrell. James Richard JONES: Humphreys; Little Rock. Jimmie L. JONES: Yocum; Neosho, Mo. Kenneth Allan JONES: Forrest City. 131 Freshmen The Sing Out Trio sings during intermission at the Engineer Rally. They hold the distinction as the campus troubadours. First Row: Lecia Franceen JONES: Fulbright; Mus¬ kogee, Okla. Linda Dale JONES: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Lloyd Don JONES: Rogers. Larry Vivan JONES: Humphreys; Rector. Manaleta Kaa JONES: Springdale. Marilyn Sue JONES: 4-H House; Magazine. Second Row: Mary Ann JONES: Hotz; Glenwood. Mary Jane JONES: Fulbright; Muskogee. Okla. Michael Eugene JONES: 2X; Batesville. Patricia Ann JONES: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Richard H. JONES: X4 E; Little Rock. Donna Lanell JORDAN: Fayetteville. Third Row: Robert D. JORDAN: Yocum; Clinton. Janeen Kay JUSTAD: Hotz; Carmel, Indiana. Morton Albert KAMMERLOHR: Humphreys; Cassville, Mo. Phyllis Anne KANE: Fulbright; Fayetteville. John M. KARBER; Fort Smith. Caye Lynn KARNES: Fulbright; Blytheville. Fourth Row: Vicki KARRANT: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Earnest Dean KAUFFMAN: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Bev¬ erly Lanier KAUFMAN: Fulbright; Clarendon. Ronald Edward KAUFMAN: Yocum; McGehee. Linda Lee KEENE: Fayetteville. Louie KEENER: Humphreys; Harri¬ son. Fifth Row: Ronald James KEETON: Fayetteville. Kathy Jane KELLEY: Hotz; Hot Springs Robert Eugene KELLEY: Yocum; Gravette. Arthur Lee KELLY: TKE; Little Rock. Elaine KELLY: Hotz; Hot Springs. Pamela Carrie KELLY: Fulbright; Little Rock. Sixth Row: Drew Preston KELSO: Humphreys; Green¬ brier. Robert Thomas KEMPER: Yocum; Little Rock. Walter A. KENDAL, Jr.: Humphreys; Beebe. Danny Nicks KENDRICK: Fayetteville. Donald T. KENNEY: Humphreys Hall; Little Rock. Martha Ann KENT: Ful¬ bright; Fayetteville. Seventh Row: Joyce Leslie KER: Hotz; Kirkwood, Mo. Taylor KETON: Yocum; Swifton. Johnny E. KEVER: Springdale. Jo Carol KILLINGSWORTH: Fulbright; North Little Rock. Hamilton Wright KILPATRICK: AKA: Ik.N- town, Texas. Margaret Theresa KILPATRICK: Hotz; West Memphis. Eighth Row: Marian Deation KIMBALL: Fulbright; Franklin, New Hampshire. Jim L. K1NDY: Benton. Don Kenneth KING: Yocum; Clarksville. Katy Louise KING: Hotz; Calico Rock. Michael Louis KING: Yocum; Marvell. Helen Vance KIRBY: Fulbright; Harrison. Ninth Row: David Scott KIRK: Gladson; Mountain Home. John D. KIRKPATRICK: Licinn Hall; North Little Rock. Kay Ellen KLAMMER: Fulbright Hall; Tulsa, Okla. William M. KNARR: Acacia; Tulsa, Okla. Donald Harris KNIGHT: Camden. Richard Donald KNIGHT: 2N; DeQueen. 132 First Row: Bruce Allen KNOX: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Marty KOEHLER: Hotz; North Little Rock. Denny Joe KOENIG: Yocum; Fort Smith. Lewis David KOONTZ: Yocum; Charleston. Leslie Dee KRAICH: Fulbright; Memphis, Tenn. Gail Leigh KUEHNERE: Hotz; North Little Rock. Second Row : David Alan KIJRITZ: Yocum; Okla¬ homa City, Okla. Marc Lewis KURLAND: Yocum; Fords, N. J. Jo Lea LAJOIE: Hotz; Helena. Glenda Ruth LA- HROT: Hotz; Little Rock. Linda Jean LAFFERTY: Fayetteville. Sandra Kay LAIR: Harrison. Third Row: Cynthia Anne LA MAN: Hotz; North Little Rock. Frances Dalene LAMB: Hotz; Little Rock. Larry Louis LAMBIOTTE: 2AE; Fort Smith. Charles Joseph LAMOUREUX: Humphreys; Bald Knob. Newton Eugene LAND: Fayetteville. George Thomas LANDERS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Ginger Lou LANE: Hotz; Sheridan. Loretta Grace LANE: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Nicholas Paul LANG: Humphreys; Monette, Mo. Robert A. LANGE: Acacia; Little Rock. Carol Ann LANGLEY: Hotz; Mem¬ phis. Tenn. Tannda LANGSTON: Fulbright; Blytheville. Fifth Row: Gary Gene LARSEN: Yocum; Bartlesville. Michael Vincent LARSON: Yocum; Rector. Dana Lee LATHRAM: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Cecil LAUGHLIN, III: 2AE; Fort Smith. Cynthia Lee LAUGHLIN: Hotz; In¬ dependence, Mo. Hazel Louise LAWRENCE: Hotz; Wood- son. Erskine Caldwell Speaks Tonight First Row: Linda Marie LAWRENCE: Hotz; Wynne. William Douglas LAWRENCE: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Ernest Randolph LAWSON: Humphreys; Corning. Jerry Lee LAWSON: Rogers. Gary Wayne LAY: ITKA; Chinton. Rebecca LAY: Hotz; Nash¬ ville. Second Row: Ernest Haskell LEFLORE: Yocum; Fisher. Raymond Earl LEA: Humphreys; Rison. James Johnson LEACH: X4 E; West Memphis. George Floyd LEASE: Humphreys; Fort Smith. William Frank LEATHERBURY: Acacia; Huntsville. Bill Winn LEE: Yocum; Paris. Third Row: Eugene H. LEE: Y ocum; Dumas. Gregory William LEE: i E; Fayetteville. Stephen Alan LEEK: t A0; Dumas. Connie Sue LEG AN: Hotz; Russellville. Georgia Kathleen LEHMANN: 4-H House; Gillett. Linda LEISHER: Hotz; Overland Park, Kan. Fourth Row: Ronald Lee LEMKE: Yocum; Rogers. Timmy Don LESLIE: Humphreys; Salem. Fletcher Curtis LEWIS: Humphreys; McCrory. Kathy Jim LEWIS: Hotz; North Little Rock. Merl LEWIS: Yocum; Lislie. Robert Neil LEWIS: ITKA; Bauxite. Fifth Row: Rose Marie LEWIS: Springdale. Wil¬ liam Vail LEWIS: nKA; Bauxite. Charles Lee LIGGETT: AXA; Baytown, Tex. Karen Annice LILES: Mena. Marilyn Jane LILES: Fayetteville. Michael A. LIMBIRD: Yocum; Paris. Sixth Row: Marketa LINCK: Fulbright; Summit. James G. LINGLE: Yocum; Robers. Linda Diane LIPSCOMB: Fulbright; DeQueen. James Richard LITTERELL: Rogers. Margaret Ann LETTLE: Ful¬ bright; Pine Bluff. Rebecca Ann LITTLE: Hotz; North Little Rock. 133 First Row: Sharon Annette LITTLE: Hotz; El Dorado. Tommi Lynn LOCKART: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Blanche Lillian LOCKE: Hotz; Fort Smith. Mollilou LOCKE: Hotz; Stuttgart. Harold D. LONG: Humphreys; Gentry. Linda LONGNECKER: Hotz; Little Rock. Second Row: Tommy Lynn LONON: Fay. Henry Patrick LOOMIS: Banks. Bill LOONEY: Humphreys; Osceola. Betty Jane LORANCE: Hotz; Kennett, Mo. Tommy G. LORENZO: AKA; Waldron. Donald J. LOSER: Malvern. Third Row: Edward Eugene LOTT: Wilson Sharp; Texarkana. Mary Alice LOVELESS: Hotz; Stuttgart. Thomas J. LOVELL: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Carol Randolph LOVETT: Hotz; Memphis, Tenn. Robert S. LOWE: Humphreys; Joplin, Mo. James Richard LOW- RE Y: Hot Springs. Fourth Row: Leslie Roger LUKER: AKA; North Little Rock. Mildred Eliza LUMPKIN: Hotz; Fort Smith. Clarence Larry LUNA: Managua, Nicaragua. Jose Adolfo LUNA: AKA; Managua, Nicaragua. Pat LUPER: Ful- bright; Springdale. Ann B. LUPTON: Hotz; Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Lyndae Lou LYNN: Hotz; El Dorado. Barbara LYONS: Fulbright; Jonesboro. Frank Hsioh-ti MA: Yocum; Little Rock. William H-L MA: Yocum; Little Rock. Laura Leah MACELHERN: Hotz; Kansas City, Mo. Ella May MACKEY: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Porkers Knock A M Out Of Title First Row: John David MADDOX: Yocum; Oden. John Rodgers MADDOX: Humphreys; Muskogee, Okla. Robert Allan MAJOR: Yocum; North Little Rock. Tommy Fred MALONE: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Mary Louise MALPICA: Fulbright; Con¬ way. Stevie Kay MANOS. Hotz; Hot Springs. Second Row: Marilyn Jean MANTON: Hotz; Tulsa. Okla. Calvin Ted MANTOOTH: Yocum; Rat¬ cliff. Charles Richard MAPLES: Humphreys; Mari¬ anna. Kenn Arnold MAPLES: AFP; Evansville. Madalyn MARCHMAN: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. Rosa Linda MARINONI: Fayetteville. Third Row: Theresa MARKS: Hotz; Port Arthur, Tex. Louie Edward MARRS: 2X; Shreveport, La. Penelope Sue MARSHALL: West Fork. Arthur John MARTELL: Yocum; Bricktown, N. J. Alfred Joseph MARTI: Fayetteville. Gayle Elizabeth MARTIN: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Jerrel D. MARTIN: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Jerry Robert MARTIN: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Mary Alice MARTIN: Hotz; Paragould. Walter Davis MARTIN: Yocum; Newport. Kent MARTINEZ: Fort Smith. Gerald MARTINDILL: Humphreys; Jacksonville. Fifth Row: Ruth Ann MASK: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Suzetta Jane MASON: Hotz; Calico Rock. Harold David MASSEY: Yocum; El Dorado. Jerry Louis MASSEY: Yocum; El Dorado. Kay Love MASSEY: Carlson Terraces; North Little Rock. John H. MAT¬ THEWS: Fayetteville. Sixth Row: John Allen MATHIAS: Fayetteville. Diana Gay MATHIS: Hotz; Clinton. Gordon Crossell MATTESON: Yocum; Foreman. Raymond M. MAUS: Yocum; Atkins. William Leonard MAXEY: Prairie Grove. Susan Frances MAXWELL: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. 134 Freshmen Toilet paper streamers streaked from hand to hand and sailed through the air at this year ' s pep rallies. The men of Yocum and Humphreys get the credit for starting this tradition. First Raw: Kenneth Joe MAY: ArP; Rose Bud. Tommy MAY: Yocum; El Dorado. Johnny D. MAYO: Humphreys; Greenwood. Donald Paul McALLISTER: Fort Smith. William A. McALLISTER: Hatfield. William Pres¬ ton McBEE: Humphreys; Eureka Springs. Second Row: Mark L. McCABE: Yocum; Mountain Burg. Andrew Jackson McCAIN: Fayetteville. Larry Glenn McCAIN: Humphreys; Mulberry. Larry E. McCALL: Humphreys; Searcy. Merle Edward McCLAIN: Yocum; Piggott. Don Ray McCASKILL: Yocum; Dierks. Third Row: Dick McCHRISTIAN: Fayetteville. Robert Hugh McCHRISTIAN: Huntsville. Anne McCLELLAND: Hotz; Houston, Tex. Marsha Linn McCLUNG: Rogers. Phillip L. McCONNELL: Yocum; Huntsville. John David McCORD: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: James E. McCORMICK: Fayetteville. James Ralph McCOY: Humphreys; Star City. Susan Gilman McCREIGHT: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Glenda Cay McCULLOUGH: 4-H House; Salem. Thomas Hancey McCURDY: Springdale. Carol Jane McDANIEL: Ful¬ bright; Fort Worth, Tex. Fifth Raw: Cherylene Marie McDANIEL: Hotz; Hot Springs. Julie Watson McDONALD: Hotz; Sheridan. James C. McDOWELL: AX A; Blytheville. Patricia Ann Mc- GAHA: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Phyllis Nalalie Mc- GARRAH: Siloam Springs. Allen Solon McGANCHEY: Humphreys; Paragould. Sixth Row: Rebecca Rhodes McGEE: Hotz; Arlington, Va. John D. McGLYNN: Yocum; Willow Springs, Mo. Nancy Jeanne McGRAW: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Gary Wayne McGREW: Humphreys; Mountain Pine. Michael John McGUIRE: TKE; Boardcamp. Sissy McGUIRE: Fulbright; Texarkana. Seventh Row: William Michael McGUIRE: Pine Bluff. Bill Ricey McHANEY: Yocum; Smackover. Jack Mc- HANEY: M0; Pine Bluff. Donnie Ray McINTOSH: Yocum; Marmaduke. William Ross McKAMEY: XII; Wor- land, Wyo. Linda Kay McKENNON: Fulbright; Morril- ton. Eighth Row: Louella Mae McKENZIE: Springdale. Charles Michael McKENZIE: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Diane Elaine McKINNEY: Hotz; Huntsville. Leigh Mc- KINNEY: Fulbright; Denison, Tex. Mike A. McKINNEY: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Sharon Sue McKINNEY: Ful¬ bright ; Clarksville. Ninth Row: John Edwin McLELLAND: XN; Pine Bluff. Susan Nancy McMANUS: 4-H House; Elkins. Jean Elizabeth McMILLAN: Hotz; Malvern. Richard Christopher McNEARY: Humphreys; Forrest City. Stephen Floyd McNEILL: Humphreys; Eudora, Kan. Janet Elizaveth McNERNEY: Fulbright; Carthage, Mo. 135 First Row: George Leroy McNETT: Humphreys; Dhah- ran, Saudi Arabia. Jayme Lynette McNEW: Hotz; Bryant. Ted A. McNULTY: 2AE; Pine Bluff. Rodney Wayne McPHEETERS: AX A; Hot Springs. Robert Wesley Mc- PHERSON: Yocum, Pocahontas. Tommie Kathryn Mc- SPADDEN: Fulbright; Batesville. Second Row: Anne Lucinda McWILLIAMS: Hotz; North Little Rock. Allen Coats MEADORS: Van Buren. William Noel MEADOWS: Yocum; Crossett. Deanna Lee MEASELES: Hotz; Fort Smith. Carolyn Victoria MEA- SON: Hotz; Carrollton, Tex. Linda Joyce MEDLEY: Green Forest. Third Row: Gwendolyn Ann MEEKINS: Hotz; Stutt¬ gart. Lynda Jean MEREDITH: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Mary Louise MEREDITH: Fulbright; Foreman. Geline MER- KLE: Fulbright; Brinkley. Tommy MERRITT: Hum¬ phreys; Little Rock. Tony Randal MERRIWEATHER: Yocum; Dowdy. Fourth Row: Christine Dorothy MERTENS: Hotz; Paragould. Beverly Sherlan METCALF: Springdale. John Robert MEVERS: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Douglas Wayne MILLER: Yocum; El Dorado. Judy Edwina MILLER: Winslow. Kenton Charles MILLER: Yocum; Tulsa, Okla. Fifth Row: Linda Louise MILLER: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Martha Sue MILLER: Hotz; Shreveport, La. Russell Dwight MILLER: Yocum; Fort Smith. Stephen Charles MILLER: Humphreys; Eureka Springs. Robert David MILLIGAN: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Ronald Chapman MILLS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Sixth Row: Richard Norman MISENHIMER: Hum¬ phreys; Paragould. Franklin E. MITCHELL: Humphreys; Glenwood. Fred MITCHELL: 2N; Tulsa, Okla. Harold Eugene MITCHELL: Yocum; North Little Rock. James Edward MITCHELL: ATP; Danville. Lana Dianne MITCHELL: Hotz; Little Rock. Seventh Row: Teena Deborah MITCHELL: Hotz; Newport. Johnny Burge MITCHUM: Yocum; Batesville. Larry N. MOAK: Yocum; Vilonia. Carol Anne MOCK: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Barbara Sue MOGG: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Barry Lee MOLDER: Yocum; Alma. Eighth Row: Loyd Curtis MOLER: Yocum; Danville. Bob Wayne MONCRIEF: Yocum; North Little Rock. David Carle MOND1GO: Humphreys; North Little Reck. James W. MONK: AX A; Hot Springs. Charles Dennis MONTGOMERY: Yocum; Newport. Neal William MOON: Humphreys; Alma. Ninth Row: Andy MOORE: Humphreys; Little Rock. Carl Dennis MOORE: Yocum; North Little Rock. Charles Henry MOORE: K2; Lonoke. Elizabeth Jane MOORE: Fayetteville. Karen Louise MOORE: Fulbright; Rogers. Michael Herd MOORE: Humphreys; Sherman, Tex. 136 First Row : Richard Nice MOORE: 2AE; Memphis, Term. Roanna MOORE: Fulbright; Nashville. Rose Ann MOORE: Fulbright; Wray, Colo. Christine MOORHEAD: Fulbright; Forrest City. Patricia Ann MORAN: Hotz;. Dallas, Tex. David T. MORELAND: Humphreys; Benton. Second Row: Mary Kathryn MORGAN: Fulbright; Osceola. Sandi Kay MORGAN: Hotz; Fort Smith. Steve Jack MORGAN: Yocum; Batesville. Linda Carol MORRIS: Hotz; Tahoe Valley, Calif. Mary Emilia MORRIS: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Patricia Ann MORRISON: Hotz; Fort Worth. Tex. Third Row: John B. MOSELEY: Yocum; Hot Springs. John R. MOSELEY: Yocum; Little Rock. Patricia Anne MOSS: Rohwen. Gary Lyn MOTLEY: Yocum; Baytown, Tex. Larry Happy MOUGEOT: Humphreys; Yellville. James Gary MOURTON: Yocum; Mena. Fourth Row: Martha Sue MULLENNLY: Fulbright; Ardmore, Okla. Jo Kathleen MULLINS: Fayetteville. John L. MUNDAY: AXA; Hot Springs. Robert William MUND- STOCK: Yocum; Lake Zurich, Ill. Margaret MURPHEY: Hotz; Little Rock. Edna Renee MURPHY: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Fifth Row: Phyllis Lee MURPHY: Hotz; Little Rock. Judith Arlene MURRAY: Fayetteville. Walter Allen MUR¬ RAY: 24 E; Jacksonville. Paul Stephen MUSE: Yocum; Hot Springs. Cecil Lawrence MYERS, Jr.: Yocum; Little Rock. Richard C. MYERS: Fayetteville. Rose Retires Ranking 9th In Wins First Row: Alice Elaine NAGEL: Hotz; I ucker- man. Gene Curtis NAPIER: 2N; Springfield. Mo. Linda Kaye NEEDHAM: Fulbright; DeQueen. Jane Ann NEELY: Fulbright; DeQueen. John Kenneth NEELY: IIKA; West Memphis. Bobbie Jo NEFF: Hotz; Evansville. Second Row: Judy Lyn NEISLAR: Hotz; Fort Smith. Daniel Thomas NELSON: Little Rock. Eric William NELSON: Yocum; Fort Smith. John Paul NELSON: Yocum; North Little Rock. Junie Elizabeth NELSON: Fulbright; Texarkana. William Andrew NELSON: Yocum; Chicago, Ill. Third Row: Edwin Ewing NESBITT: Yocum; Lit¬ tle Rock. Robert W. NETZER: Yocum; Monett Mo. Carol Jane NEVIN: Hotz; Benton. Anita Nell NEV- IUS: Fulbright; Mountain Heme. Euel David NEW: Yocum; Dermott. Tommy A. NEW: Humphreys; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Kenneth Brian NEWKIRK: Yocum; Mountain Pine. Marcia Ann NEWLIN: West Fork. Mathis Glenn NEWKIRK: Humphreys; Hot Springs. William Larry NEWMAN: Humphreys; Magazine. George Allyn NEWTOWN: Fayetteville. George Michael NEWTON: Wilson Sharp; Gainesville, Tex. Fifth Row: Gary W. NICHOLS: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Van Hundley NICHOLS: Yocum; Star City. William Edward NICHOLSON: Humphreys; Driver. Saundra Sue NIMMO: Fulbright; Springfield, Mo. Don Lee NIXON: Springdale. Janice Joanne NIXON: Fulbright; Conway. Sixth Row: Marilyn Cobh NOBLE: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. James Robert NOBLES: Yocum; Hot Springs. James Glen NORMAN: IIKA; Searcy. Jose¬ phine Frantiska NORMAN: Hotz; Hot Springs. John D. NORRIS: Yocum; El Dorado. Mary Lou NORRIS: Fayetteville. 137 First Row : William Gregory NORSWORTHY: 2X; Portland. Moira Jeane NORTH: Hotz; Carmel, Ind. Randall Evans NORTHERN: Yocum; Benton. Dennis W. NORTON: Humphreys; Harrison. Pamela Diane NOR¬ WOOD: Hotz; Mineral Springs. John Lee NOVAK: Hum¬ phreys; New York, N. Y. Second Row: Joe Ansel NOWELL: Yocum; Nash¬ ville. Joseph Curtis NUNN, II: Humphreys; Little Rock. Carol Cormack NUSCH: Fulbright; Mountain Home. Betty Jane NUTT: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Peggy June NUTT: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Linda Sue OAKLEY: Fulbright; Pocahontas. Third Rjw: David Burton OFFUTT: Humphreys; El Dorado. Mary Margaret OGDEN: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Rebecca Lynn OHOLENDT: Hotz; North Little Rock. Jane Puryear OLDNER: Fulbright; Dumas. Janice Mar¬ garet OLIN: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Rinda OLIVER: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Fourth Row: Andrew Franklin OLSON: Hot Springs. Eva Sue OMOHUNDRO: Fayetteville. James Edward O’NEAL: Humphreys; Hope. Michael Earl O’NEILL: Yocum; Paris. Linda Gene O’REILLY: Hotz; Neosho, Mo. Michael H. ORR: Yocum; Webb City. Fifth Row: David Lee ORRICK: Humphreys; Alma. Janice Velma ORRICK: Fulbright; DeWitt. Carole Marie OSBURN: Fayetteville. Cheryl Ann OSTEDGAARD: Hotz; North Little Rock. David Lynn OSWALT: Humphreys; Helena. J. Brad OUSTERHOUT: Yocum; Dallas, Tex National Test Set To Aid Draft First Row: James Carney OWEN: Humphreys; Conway. Robert Wayne OWEN: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Brenda Sue OWENS: Hotz; Little Rock. Jack Lindsey OYLER: Yocum, Mountain View. Jerry Don OZMENT: Yocum; Hermitage. Richard Glover PAGE: 211; Oklahoma City, Okla. Second Row: Stephen Henry PAINE: Hum¬ phreys; Longview, Tex. Patsy M. PALADINO: Hotz; North Little Rock. Larry James PALMER: Yocum; Fort Gibson, Okla. Thomas S. PALMER: 2AE; Memphis, Tenn. Alex G. PAPAGEORGE: Yocum; North Little Rock. Carl Edward PARKER: 2 FE; Ca mden. Third Row: Gary 0. PARKER: Yocum; Carlisle. Harry Alton PARKER: Yocum; El Dorado. James Randall PARKER: Humphreys; Little Rock. James Robert PARKER: Fayetteville. Sam M. PARKER: Humphreys; Mount Pleasant, Tex. Van Orlie PARK¬ ER: Yocum; Blytheville. Fourth Row: David Eugene PARRISH: Fayette¬ ville. Janice Lou PARSON: Huntsville. Harry 0. PARSONS: Acacia; Heber Springs. Catherine Ann PATTERSON: Fulbright; Texarkana. Joe M. PAT¬ TERSON: Yocum; Caulksville. Theresa Kathyleen PATTERSON: Hotz; Mountainburg. Fifth Row: Tommie Jean PATTERSON: Ful¬ bright; Clarksville. David Lynn PATTON: Fayette¬ ville. Diane L. PATTON: Fulbright; Fort Worth, Tex. Robert Clyde PATTON: 2AE; Lewisville. Jerry Wayne PAUL: Yocum; North Little Rock. Rodger A. PAYNE: Little Rock. Sixth Row: Terry Lynn PEARSON: Fulbright; Harrison. William Dean PEBSWORTH: Springdale. Steven Parks PEEK: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Galen B. PELLHAM: Yocum; Springfield, Mo. Marsha Gwen PELLHAM: Fulbright; Springdale. Eliza¬ beth Ann PELTON: Hotz; Benton. 138 Freshmen LSU fans were quite vocal in their distaste for the Hogs, but the most effective sentiments were expressed passively. First Row : Suzanne PENDER: Hotz; Hot Springs. Jim M. PENN: Yocum; Portia. Patricia Jane PENN: Hotz; Black Rock. Larry George PERINAR: Humphreys; Joliet, Ill. Phillip Andrew PERRY: K2; Little Rock. Mary Adelaide PERSON: Wing. Second Row: Patricia Jane PETERSON: Fulbright; San Francisco, Calif. Raymond Judd PETERSON: Spring- dale. Judy Gail PETTUS: 4-H House; Rose Bud. Kath¬ leen PHELPS: Fulbright; APO, N. Y. Dennis Ray PHIFER: Yocum; Kokomo, Ind. Karen Ann PHILLIPS: Springdale. Third Row: Mary Louise PHILLIPS: Hotz; Helena. Karen Lee PILE: Fulbright; Mount Clemens, Mich. James Cecil PILGER: Yocum; Mountain Home. Ellen Earle PINKERTON: Hotz; Fayetteville. Sula Mae PINSON: Fulbright; El Dorado. DuLane Barry PINTADO: Hotz; Glenwood. Fourth Row: Mary PIPER: Hotz; Marianna. Kenneth Ray PITTAWAY: Yocum; Gassville. Franke Tresvant PLAFCAN: Yocum; Carlisle. Robert Dale PLANT: Yocum; Murfreesboro. Mary Kay PLEDGER: Fulbright; Danville. Gary Dale PLUMMER: TKE; Waldron. Fifth Row: Carolyn Sue PLUNKETT: Hotz; Fort Smith. Michael Anthony PLUNKETT: Humphreys; Fort Smith. William M. PLUNKETT, II: AKA; North Little Rock. Linda Rae POINDEXTER: Hotz; North Little Rock. Jeannette POLLARD: North Little Rock. Malcolm Dennis POLLARD: Yocum; Oil Trough. Sixth Row: Nancy Elizabeth POLLARD: Hotz; Little Rock. Ronna Gay PORTER: Hotz; Russellville. Suzanne PORTER: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Jerry Baker POSEY: Yocum; Van Buren. Marvin H. POTTS, Jr.: Yocum; Little Rock. Thomas Ray POTTS: Yocum; Valley Springs. Seventh Row: Robert A. POUND: Yocum; Madison, Wis. Alma POWELL: Fulbright; Forrest City. Joseph Michael POWERS: Yocum; Quitman. Nancy Anne POY- NOR: Fulbright; Berryville. Marla Ann PPOOL: Hotz; Brisbane, Queensland, Aus. Linda Suzanne PR ALL: Hotz; Alexandriz, Va. Eighth Row: Dennis C. PRICE: Rogers. Greta Olene PRICE: Hotz; Salem. Margaret Marie PRICE: Hotz; Hamburg, N. Y. Larry George PLICHARD: Humphreys; Diggers. Ann Lehman PRIDE: Fulbright; Blytheville. David Lee PRIDDY: Yocum; Forrest City. Ninth Row: Dennis George PRIDMORE: Yocum; Swifton. Pamela Sue PRIEST: Hotz; Beebe. Dudley. Ernest PRITCHARD, Jr.: 2n; West Memphis. Evelyn Jo PRUITT: Hotz; Hiwasse. Joann PRYOR: Hotz; Hous¬ ton, Tex. Zemalynn PUMPHREY: Fulbright; Pine Bluff. 139 Freshmen The Lambda Chis gave a party with an outlaw motif during the fall. Few had to wear costumes, they reasoned thriftily. First Row : Gary Burl PURDOM: Kansas City, Mo. Samuel Scott PURYEAR: 2 i E; Jonesboro. Johnnie QUALLS. Jr.: Humphreys; Evening Shade. Johnette Gravelle QUERBES: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. John C. QUINN: Humphreys; Little Rock. Marcia Gray RACHEL: Hotz; Benton. Second Row: Barbara Louse RAILSBACK: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Carol Jean RAINES: Fulbright; Dallas, Texas. Ann Elizabeth RAINWATER: Fulbright; Little Rock. Glenda Beryl RAMEY: Fayetteville. Kendall Dana RAMEY: Fayetteville. Ethel Ann RAMSEY: Hotz; De- Queen. Third Row: Robert Jackson RAMSEY, Jr.: Wilson Sharp; Humboldt, Tenn. Lea Christine RANDLE: Ful¬ bright; LaMesa, New Mexico. Dwayne Ang?lo RAPER: TKE; Victoria. George Hamilton RATHER: TKE; Hardy. Peter Cambell RAY: 2AE; Fort Worth, Texas. Donna Kaye REDDING: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Jack Moore REDJEARN: Humphreys; Longview, Tex. Denis Alan REDWINE: Humphreys; Para- gould. James David REED: AFP; Flippin. Leonette Arthur- ene REED: Fulbright; Heber Springs. Meg REED: Ful¬ bright; Shreveport, La. Sharon Ann REED: Fulbright; Little Rock. Fifth Row: Susan REED: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. Terry Glenn REED: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Carole Ann REEVES: Hotz; Calico Rock. Kathryn Anne REEVES: Fulbright; Wiesbaden, Germany. Kenneth Ren REEVES: 2X; Harrison. Charles Parker REINHARDT: Humphreys; Hickory Ridge. Sixth Row: John F. RELYEA: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Nancy Sue REMAGEN: Fayetteville. Phillip W. REN- FROW: Yocum; Charleston. Roger Daniel RENFROW: Yocum; DeQueen. Donald Lewis RENNARD: Humphreys; North Little Rock. Robert Scott RESER: TKE; Tulsa, Okla. Seventh Row: Margaret Elaine REYNOLDS: Hotz; El Dorado. Paul D. RHEW: Yocum; Pleasant Plains. Landon Harrison RHODES: Yocum; Roxana, Ill. Kenny Wiley RIAL: Yocum; McGehee. Lisheth Lee RICE: Holtz; Sherman, Tex. Jennifer Lynn RICHARDSON: Fulbright; Warren. Eighth Row: Jimmy Kay RICHARDSON: Huntsville. John William Richardson: Fayetteville. Charles Clay RICHMOND: Yocum; Harrison. Larry Dean RICKETTS: Humphreys; Little Rock. John Leslie RICKS. Jr.: 211; El Dorado. Darryl S. RIDDELL: Yocum; Brinkley. Ninth Row: Gregory Allen RIDGE: Yocum; Tulsa, Okla. Janet Jo RIEKE: Hotz; Hazen. Jon Michael RIFE: Humphreys; Bentonville. Pamela Dee RIGGS: Hotz; Joplin, Mo. Doris Eliene RILEY: Hotz; Pine Bluff. James Walter RING: Bentonville. 140 First Row : Robert James RINIE: Farmhouse; Belle¬ ville. Mary Christine RITTER: Hotz; Ash Flat. Kathryne Lavelle ROACH: Hotz; West Memphis. Nancy Diane ROARK: Springdale. Dorothy Ann ROBBINS: Hotz; Little Rock. Gerry Maureen ROBBINS: San Francisco, Calif. Second Row : Fred Owen ROBERSON, Jr.: AKA; North Little Rock. David Alan ROBERTS: Humphreys; Lake Village. Mark Owen ROBERTS, Jr.: ZN; Spring- field, Ill. Sarah Jane ROBERTS: Fayetteville. Dennis Carroll ROBERTSON: Eudora. Wayne DeWitt ROBERT¬ SON, Jr.: FA0; Memphis, Tenn. Third Row: Yvonne Louise ROBICHAUX: Fulbright; Excelsior Springs, Mo. Lillard Keith ROBINETTE: Hum¬ phreys; Green Forest. Cooper Yerger ROBINSON, Jr.: Z4E ; Memphis, Tenn. Jane Ann ROBINSON: Hotz; Fayetteville. Clyde Tilden RODGERS, Jr.: Z4E; West Memphis. Jane A. RODGERS: Fulbright; Dermott. Fourth Row: James Harold ROGERS: Yocum; Paris. Judith Marie ROGERS: Hotz; Magazine. Leona Kate ROGERS: Hotz; Magazine. Nina Myrl ROGERS: Ful¬ bright; Mena. Wallace Anthony ROLNIAK: Fayetteville. Dennis Ray ROOFE: Humphreys; Rector. Fifth Row: Robert Slawson ROOT: Greene, N. Y. Deneice Rae-Jean ROSE: Fulbright; Cassville. Paula ROSENAU: Fulbright; Hammond. Ind. Becky ROSS: Hotz; North Little Rock. Sherrv Ann ROSS: Hotz; Joplin, Mo. William Michael ROSS: Yocum; Stuttgart. Theta Colonizes With 24 Pledges First Roiu: John Albert ROTH: Noel, Mo. Fred ROVNER: Humphreys; Tarzana, Calif. Louis Neal ROWLAND: ZIT; Forrest City. David E. RUFF: Yocum; Morrilton. Tommy Lee RUFF: Yocum; Valley Springs. Judy Kay RUFFIN: Hotz; White Hall. Second Row: Albert Holly RUSHEE, Jr.: ZX; Brinkley. Mary Magdalene RUSS: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Roe Jeffery RUSSELL: Humphreys; Mountain Home. William Leon RUSSELL: Fort Smith. Andrew Jackson RYAN, III: Yocum; Walnut Ridge. Patricia Lee RYAN: Fulbright; Rogers. Third Row: Jacquelyn Jeanette SABBS: Hotz; Little Rock. David Landis SAFFORD: AXA; Key West, Fla. Rita Jeanen SAIN: Hotz; Memphis, Tenn. Brenda Gail SAMPLES: Fayetteville. Jeff C. SAND¬ ERS: Springdale. Sandy L. SANDERS: Yocum; Harrison. Fourth Row: Tamsy Rea SANDFORD: Fulbright; Fayetteville. Dairy Gene SANDS: Yocum; Little Rock. Stewart SAULSBORG: ITKA; El Dorado. Catherine SAVAGE: Fayetteville. David P. SAXON: Yocum; Little Rock. Betty SBANOTTO: Tontitown. Fifth Row: O. Carroll SCHELL: Yocum; Rogers. Charles Thomas SCHERM: Yocum; Stuttgart. Paul Edward SCHERREY: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Pa¬ tricia Ann SCHICK: Hotz; Cherry Hill, N. J. Wendy SCHMITL: Hotz; North Little Rock. Linda Carroll SCHRUMPF: Missouri City, Mo. Sixth Row: Philip G. SCHULTZ: Humphreys; Kansas City, Mo. Raymond Carl SCHUMANN: Yocum; Rogers. Sylvia Sue SCHWACHHOFER: Ful¬ bright; Muskogee. Carol Mae SCHWARZLOSE: Ful¬ bright; Conway. Jim E. SCOTT: Humphreys; Fort Smith. 141 First Row : Joseph Vinson SCOTT: Yocum; Rogers. Mary Anne SCOTT: Fulbright; Springfield, Mo. Robert Alfred SCOTT: 23 E; Little Rock. Winfield Andrew SCOTT, Jr.: Humphreys; Baytown, Tex. Veeta SCOTT: Fulbright; Lytle, Tex. Terry L. SCRIVNER: Yocum; Cam¬ den. Second Row : Jefferson Howard SCROGHAM: Hum¬ phreys; Bentonville. Evelyn Kay SCRUGGS: Ilotz; Mem¬ phis, Tenn. Joe B. SCRUGGS: Yocum; Little Rock. James L. SEA WOOD: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Allen R. SEAY: Springdale. Sally Payne SEDWICK: Fulbright; Kenil¬ worth, Ill. Third Row : William M. SEEGER: 2N; Leslie. James Dennis SELMAN: Humphreys; McGehee. Irwin John SEWARD, Jr.: Yocum; Ulm. Glenna Rebecca SHANE: Fulbright; Batesville. Barbara Jean SHARP: Fulbright; Dardanelle. Pamela Jane SHARPE: Hotz; Fort Smith. Fourth Row : Michael Owen SHAW: Yocum; Nashville. Gregory L. SHELLARD: Humphreys; Hardy. Brenda Ruth SHELTON: Fulbright; Harrison. Suzi SHELTON: Ful¬ bright; Dallas, Tex. Larry Jerome: 2 LE; West Memphis. David Ersel SHEPHERD: Combs. Fifth Row: John Riley SHEPHERD: Winslow. Niles Anthony SHERRILL: Fayetteville. Peggy Sue SHIELDS: Fulbright; Shreveport, La. William Oliver SHIELDS: 2AE; Fort Worth, Tex. Michael B. SHIRKEY: 2AE; Stuttgart. Larry Joe SHIRLEY: Hot Springs. PDT Wins AAA Basketball Title First Row: Shari Lynn SHIVELY: Fulbright; Houston, Tex. Harry Eugene SHIVER: Yocum; Pine Bluff. Terry Wayne SHOFFNER: Yocum; Weldon. Nancy Louise SHORT: Hotz; Salem. Larry Wayne SHOUSE: Humphreys; Searcy. Darrell SIMPSON: Wilson Sharp; Piggott. Second Row: Nancy R. SIMPSON: Decatur. Joe Vernon SING: 211; Pine Bluff. Sharon Lynn SINGLE- TON: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Laura Lee SKILLERN: Fayetteville. Theodore Campbell SKOKOS: 2X; Fort Smith. Joe John SKORUPKA: Sedgwell; Walling- ton, N. J. Third Row: Steven Allen SLACK: 211; Fayette¬ ville. Michael Leonard SLAPE: Fayetteville. Sara Margaret SLAVEN: Fayetteville. Julie Ann SLAY: Springdale. Robert C. SLAY: Humphreys; Mena. James Carl SMALLEY: Little Rock. Fourth Row: Charles Allen SMITH: Springdale. Charles Stephen SMITH: Yocum; West Memphis. Deanna Elaine SMITH: 4-H House; Marianna. De- Witt Henderson SMITH: Wilson Sharp; Forrest City. Gary Lynn SMITH: Yocum; Little Rock. George Meredith SMITH: Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Henry Thomas SMITH: Lockesburg. James Lee SMITH: Humphreys; Marianna. John Charles SMITH: Yocum; Paris. Kathleen SMITH: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. Mary Louise SMITH: Ful¬ bright; Forrest City. Myrtis Elizabeth SMITH: Ful¬ bright; Little Rock. Sixth Row: Neal Dewayne SMITH: Humphreys; Arbyrd, Mo. Pamela SMITH: Hotz; Little Rock. Robert Ervin SMITH: Yocum; Rogers. Sharon Eliza¬ beth SMITH: Fulbright; Houston, Tex. Shirley Kath¬ erine SMITH: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. Steve Wallace SMITH: Yocum; Huntsville. 142 Freshmen Men ' s hair fashions get longer and longer. With the loss in trade, the Union barbers recruited the next best thing. First Row : Steven Lee SMITH: Benton. Ashley Anne SMOOT: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Theodore Franklin SMYER: Yocum; Aiea, Hawaii. Constance Lynn SNAPP: Ful- bright; Walnut Ridge. William Conrad SNEED: Hum¬ phreys; Little Rock. Mary Elizabeth SNIDER: Fulbright; Jenkins, Mo. Second Row : Janice Faye SNIDER: West Fork. John Edward SNODERLY: Farmhouse; Garfield. Larry Lawson SNODGRASS: Acacia; Lincoln. Carolyn Ann SNOW: Fulbright; Oden. Judy Gail SNOW: Fulbright; Oden. Sherry Ann SNOW: Hotz; Bartlesville, Okla. Third Row : Tommy Joe SNOW: Carlson Terrace; Mountain Home. George Raymond SOMERS: Yocum; Tulsa, Okla. Renee SORRELL: Fulbright; North Little Rock. James R. SOUTHERLAND: Carlson Terrace; Sum¬ mers. Stephanie Fay SPARGO: Hotz; Hot Springs. Cheryl SPARKS: Fulbright; Little Rock. Fourth Row: James Edward SPARKS, Jr.: Yocum; Hazen. David Moore SPATZ: Wilson Sharp; Conway. Roger Lee SPEARS: Humphreys; Southwest City, Mo. Marvin R. SPEIGHTS: Wilson Sharp; Smackover. Fred¬ erick Strawn SPENCER: 2AE; El Dorado. James L. SPENCER: Humphreys; Stuttgart. Fifth Row: Robert Glenn SPENCER: Yocum; West Memphis. Richard Allen SPILMAN: Yocum; Neosho, Mo. Sidney Stifft SPITZER: Hotz; Little Rock. Arthur E. SPOONER, Jr.: Fayetteville. Jay Rolens SPRIGG: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Carolyn Jene SPRINGFIELD: Fulbright; Crawfordsville. Sixth Row: Sandra Kay STACEY: Fulbright; Harri¬ son. Michael Allen STAFFORD: Humphreys; Green Forest. Thomas E. STALCUP: Yocum; Jonesboro. Beverly Sue STANDLEE: Fulbright; Berry ville. Billy Glenn STANDLEY: Humphreys; Pasadena, Tex. Sheryl Ann STANFORD: Hotz; Fort Worth, Tex. Seventh Row: Yevonne STARLING: 4-H House; Warm Springs. Katherine Diane STARNES: Hotz; Little Rock. Susan Rebecca STARTZEL: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Bennie K. STEPHENS: Yocum; Little Rock. E. Christine STEPH- PHENS: Fayetteville. Gary Lynn STEPHENS: Wilson Sharp; North Little Rock. Eighth Row: Patricia Glee STEPHENS: Fulbright; Altheimer. Ralph Arden STEPHENS: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Robert Chris STEPHENS: Yocum; Van Buren. Terry Lee STEPHENS: Greenfield, Mo. John Madison STEVENS, III: Yocum; Dell. Patricia STEVENSON: Fulbright; Muskogee, Okla. Ninth Row: Terry Thomas STEWART: Wilson Sharp; Fort Smith. Helen Jeannine STEWMEN: Carlson Terraces; Mena. Van Larue STEWMAN: Carlson Terraces; Mena. Louis Joseph STIFTER: Humphreys; Jacksonville. Mary Eleanor STOCKER: Fulbright; Springfield, Mo. Peggy Lee STOIA: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. 143 First Raw : Sandye STOKES: Fulbright; Batesville. Fred W. STONE: Humphreys; Camden. John Edward STONE: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Ronald Joe STONE: 211; Forrest City. Marlys Anne STORCK: Hotz; Purdy, Mo. Thomas Kenneth STORM: Yocum; Pencil Bluff. Second Raw: John Michael STORMZAND: Hum¬ phreys; Monett, Mo. Linda Elizabeth STOUFFER: Fort Smith. Jack Ray STRAIGHT: Springdale. Cecilia Kay STROOPE: Fulbright; Mount Ida. Michael D. STROUD: Yocum; Little Rock. Oman Lonnie STROUD: Fayetteville. Third Row: Denajo STRUEBING: Fayetteville. Nancy STRUNK: Hotz; Little Rock. Barbara Alice STUBBINS: Hotz; Elkhart, Ind. Bill STUBBLEFIELD: Humphreys; Sheridan. Gary L. STUBBS: Humphreys; Mountain View. Bruce Allen STURDIVANT: Yocum; Urbana. Fourth Row: Sunny Lee STURDIVANT: Hotz; Spring- dale. Herman Alfred STYLES, Jr.: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Ronald Gene SUBER: Humphreys; Longview, Tex. Debara Gale SUBLETT: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Mike F. SUDDARTH: Humphreys; Pine Bluff. Kathleen SUGGS: Fulbright; DeQueen. Fifth Row: Thomas N. SULLINS: 2N; Crossett. Robert Allen SUMMERS: Yocum; Little Rock. Elizabeth Scott SUMNER: Fulbright; Fort Worth. James Warren SUM¬ NER: Humphreys; Huntsville. Cecil W. SUTTERFIELD: Yocum; Newport. Leslie Ann SZAFIR: Fulbright; Dallas, Tex. Spencer Named ’66 Traveler Editor First Roiv: Russell Fay TACKETT: Fayetteville. Bruce O. TALIAFERRO: Humphreys; Tulsa, Okla. David Hugh TALLEY: Yocum; Little Rock. Kampon TANSACHA: Bangkok, Thailand. Gary Edwin TARP- LEY: Humphreys: Gurdon. Becky Lou TAYLOR: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Second Row: Emma Joyce TAYLOR: Fulbright; Gurdon. Jerry Wayne TAYLOR: Humphreys; Im- boden. Margaret Kay TAYLOR: Hotz; Shreveport, La. Marilyn Gayle TAYLOR: Springdale. Ronnie Stuart TAYLOR: Yocum; Little Rock. Toni Ann TAYLOR: Fulbright; Texarkana. Third Row: William Randy TAYLOR: Little Rock. Susan Kaye TELFER: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Carla Susannah TEMPLE: Fulbright; Little Rock. Kay TEMPLE: Fulbright; Linden. Tex. Pamela D. TEMPLE: Fulbright; Warren. Rebecca Lee TEMPLE: Hotz; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Vanzetta Louise TENNANT: Lincoln. James G. TERRELL: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Caro¬ lyn Gayle TERRY: Hotz; Springdale. Jan L. THAREL: Fayetteville. Robert Dalton THATCHER: Wilson Sharp; Marked Tree. Patricia Ann THIELE- MIER: Fulbright; Marked Tree. Fifth Row: George L. THOMAS: TKE; Camp. Michael Reed THOMAS: Humphreys; Smackover. Carol Jean THOMPSON: Hotz; Memphis, Tenn. Celia Janet THOMPSON: Hotz; El Dorado. Edward C. THOMPSON, Jr.: Yocum; Augusta. John Clifford THOMPSON: Humphreys; Kansas City, Mo. Sixth Row: Randall F. THOMPSON: Yocum; Tulsa, Okla. Robert Bullard THOMPSON: Hum¬ phreys; Jacksonville. Sharon Layne THOMPSON: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Terence Hall THOMPSON: Ful¬ bright; Sherman, Tex. Terry L. THOMPSON: Yocum; Decatur. Thomas Alva THOMPSON: 2AE; Mem¬ phis, Tenn. 144 Freshmen Neanderthal man walked the earth again at the Engin Rally in quest of sharp date. Unfortunately, all the ChiO ' s were dated up that night, and he had to prowl. First Row: George Thomas THOMSON: Yocum; De- Witt. Gerald Brian THOMSON: Yocum; Forrest City. Rebecca Ann THRASHER: Fayetteville. William Sidney TILLEY: Humphreys; Jonesboro. William Wayne TIM¬ MERMAN: Yocum; Ulm. Charles Vernon TINER, Jr.; TKE; Pine Bluff. Second Row: Benton Durrell TINSLEY: Humphreys; Texarkana. Rosemary Theresa Ann TODD: Hotz; Fayette¬ ville. Terry Juan TODD: Fayetteville. Ronald 1). TOM- ASICH: Yocum; Jasper. Bill Lewis TOMLINSON: Yocum; Fort Worth, Tex. Larry Dean TOMLINSON: Greenland. Third Row: Barbara Lee TOMS: Fayetteville. Peggie Jean TONNE: Springdale. Marguerite Ann TOPLTFF: Hotz; Fort Smith. Linda Joyce TOWNSEND: Fulbright; Tecumseh, Okla. Jimmy Charles TRAMMELL: Yocum; North Little Rock. Donna Jean TREAT: Hotz; Springdale. Fourth Row : Robyn TRENT: Fulbright; Little Rock. Edward Duke TRICE: Humphreys; Tpxarkana. Phillio R. TRIMBLE: Yocum; Cheyenne. Wy. Dianne G. TRINCO: Hotz; Hinsdale, Ill. Donald Bryan TUCKER: Yocum; Lil¬ lie Rock. Lariy Dewayne TUCKER: Humphreys; Harrison. Fifth Row: R. Eugene TUCKER: Fayetteville. William Harold TUCKER: X4 E; Memphis, Tenn. Donnie Royce TUGWELL: Yocum; Arkadelphia. Stephen Minard TULL- GREN: Yocum; Mountain Home. Denzil L. TULLIS: Yocum; Mineral Springs. Ryall Smith TUNE: AX A; Blytheville. Sixth Row: John Stanley TURNER: 2N; Bartlesville, Okla. Lawson Withers TURNER, III: XX; Little Rock. Richard Ellis TURNER: Yocum: Marvell. Terry Joseph TURNER: K2; Tulsa, Okla. Matthew Dennis TURO: Yocum; Shrewsbury, Mass. Joe Charles TWEEDLE: Fay¬ etteville. Seventh Row: Dorothy A. TYLER: Fayetteville. Anne Frances UDOUJ: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Stephen M. UDOUJ: Humphreys: Fort Smith. Vicki Ann UPCHURCH: Fulbright; Dallas. Tex. Gary L. IJSSERY: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Jean L. UTLEY: Hotz; Glenwood. Eighth Row: Michael Edward UTLEY: XX; Blytheville. William Paul VAN DALSEM, Jr.: KX; Perryville Robert B. VAN HORN: Minden. La. Th mas Peter VAN SCHAIK: Humphreys; Mountain Home. Carol Irene VANCE: Ful¬ bright; Tulsa, Okla. Kelly Kenneth VANCE: Wilson Sharp; Tulsa, Okla. Freshmen A surging mass of inhumanity, commonly known as cam¬ paign workers, smothered every loose voter with cards. First Row: Helen Delores VANCUREN: Fulbright; Harrison. Nicholas Dale VANDAMENT: Yocum; North Little Rock. Curtis VARNADO: Humphreys; Forrest City. Donald G. VARNADORE: Yocum; Fort Smith. Robert Malone VAUGHAN: AXA; Little Rock. Connie W. VAUGHN: Springdale. Second Row: Judith Rose VAUGHT: Elkins. Elizabeth Anne VAWTER: Fulbright; Fayetteville. John Allen VIN¬ CENT: Humphreys; Fort Smith. Vicky VINCENT: Ful¬ bright; Batesville. Carol Lee VOIGTMANN: Hotz; Jack¬ sonville. Anna Elizabeth VOUGHT: Hotz; Pine Bluff. Third Row: Keith M. WADE: TKE ; Yellville. Kathryn Lynn WAGES: Fayetteville. Charles Gilbert WAGNER: Little Rock. James Earl WALDEN: Humphreys; Benton. Donna Frances WALDO: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Carol Ann WALKER: Hotz; Little Rock. Fourth Row: Cynthia WALKER: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Don Wesley WALKER: IIKA; Stuttgart. Donald Ramsey WALKER: McGehee. Edith Fletcher WALKER: Fulbright; Lonoke. George Thomas WALKER: Humphreys; Camden. Jana Christine WALKER: Fulbright; Marked Tree. Fifth Row: Larry Joe WALKER: Springfield, Mo. Leonard N. WALKER: Humphreys; Highland, Calif. Sharon Lee WALKER: Hotz; Dallas. Tex. Terry K. WALK¬ ER: Yocum; Ozark. Vikki WALKER: Fulbright; Van Buren. Sharon Ann WALKUP: 4-H House; Havana. Sixth Row: Alice Evelyn WALLACE: Hotz; Lafayette, La. Douglas Paul WALLACE: Little Rock. Cheryl Ann WALLER: Fulbright; Little Rock. Marlin Larry WALLER: Humphreys; Texarkana. Jimmy WALLIS: Bentonville. Charles Keith WARD: Humphreys; Bentonville. Seventh Row: James William WARD: AXA; Fort Smith. Margaret Fay WARD: Fulbright; Siloam Springs. Susan Kay WARD: Fulbright; Blytheville. Will iam Fisse WARD: Humphreys; Webster Grove, Mo. Leonard G. WARDEN, III: Yocum; West Memphis. Skip Aubrey A. WARNER: Humphreys; Hobbs, N. M. Eighth Row: Gerald Wayne WARNOCK: Camden. Michael V. WARR: AXA; Hot Springs. Bryce William WARREN: f A9; Smackover. Fredy L. WASHINGTON: Yocum; Little Rock. Carolyn Anne WATERS: Fulbright; Camden. John Gibson WATKINS: Yocum; Little Rock. Ninth Row: John William WATKINS: Buchanan; Eudora. Robert William WATKINS: Acacia; Mount Ida. Don Wilbur WATSON: Fayetteville. John Michael WAT¬ SON: Humphreys; Blytheville. Dudley Howell WATSON: Humphreys; Dallas, Tex. Robert William WATSON: Springdale. 146 First Row: Sarah Margaret WATT: Fulbright; Ruston, La. Ronnie Paul WATTS: Fayetteville. Donna Sue WEATHERS: Fulbright; Tulsa, Okla. Konnie M. WEATH¬ ERS: Hotz; Salem. Betty Loyd WEBB: Springdale. Linda Carol WEBB: Hotz; North Little Rock. Second Row: Suzanne WEBB: Hotz; Marianna. Ronald Anthony WEEKS: Yocum; North Little Rock. Ted Richard WEIR: Humphreys; Jacksonville. Joseph M. WELCH: Yocum i Pine Bluff. Robert Earle WELLBORN, Jr.: Sheridan. Linda Jean WELLHAUSEN: Hotz; North Little Rock. Third Row: Kenneth Harris WENDER: Brooklyn, N. Y. Melvis Clyde WEST: Yocum; Casa. Owen E. WEST¬ BROOK: Pine Bluff. Frances Susan WESTMORELAND: Hotz; Hamburg. Valda Kay WESTMORELAND: Hotz; Shreveport, La. James Anderson WHILLOCK: Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Aleta Marie WHITE: Baird, Tex. Becky Jayne WHITE: Hotz; Augusta. Carolyn Lee WHITE: Hotz; Clarkedale. Christine Beate WHITE: Fulbright; Fort Knox, Ky. Robert Ragon WHITE: Fayetteville. Ronald Henry WHITE: Humphreys; Flippin. Fifth Row: Vicki Sue WHITE: Hotz; Joplin, Mo. Janis WHITEAKER: Hotz; Calico Rock. Jim Lloyd WHITED: Humphreys; Stotts City, Mo. Danny Oran WHITEHOUSE: West Fork. Paula Helen WHITING: Hotz; Forrest City. Paul R. WHITNAH: Yocum; Little Rock. Lea Wins In Presidential Runoff First Row: David Roland WIDDER: Fayetteville. Dixie Leigh WILDY: Hotz; West Memphis. Clinton Lee WILES: Yocum; Gentry. Marc Aaron WILEY: Little Rock. Idabelle Fox WILKERSON: Hotz; Moun¬ tain Home AFB, Idaho. Howard Leon WILKINSON: Yocum; Stamps. Second Row: Kaye WILKINSON: Hotz; Rogers. Leah WILKINSON: Fulbright; Helena. Rhonda Lee WILKINSON: Hotz; Tulsa. Kenneth Mac WILL: Yocum; Little Rock. Anderson H. WILLIAMS, III: Humphreys; Wilson. Elsie Kay WILLIAMS: Ful¬ bright; Hot Springs. Third Row: James Andrew WILLIAMS, Jr.: Yocum; Parkdale. James P. WILLIAMS: Humphreys; Little Rock. Jeffery Hollis WILLIAMS: Yocum; Hart¬ ford. Jerry Carl WILLIAMS: Humphreys; West Memphis. John Lan WILLIAMS: Baytown, Tex. John- etta WILLIAMS: Fulbright; Forrest City. Fourth Row: Judith Ann WILLIAMS: Fulbright; Memphis, Tenn. Linda Diana WILLIAMS: Hotz; West Monroe, La. Linda Kay WILLIAMS: Hotz; Tulsa, Okla. Nolan Stanford WILLIAMS: Yocum; Warren. Sherry Kay WILLIAMS: Fulbright; Fort Smith. Susan E. WILLIAMS: Hotz, Marshall. Fifth Row: William B. WILLIAMS: Humphreys; Mount Vernon, Mo. William Terry WILLIAMS: Yocum; Quitman. Sara Beth WILLIAMSON: Ful¬ bright; Falls Church, Va. Vicki Lvnn WILLIFORD: Hotz; North Little Rock. James Keith WILMOTH: Yocum; Decatur. Bernardine Marietta WILSON: Poca¬ hontas. Sixth Row: David Lee WILSON: TKA; Corning. Lavona M. WILSON: Hotz; Little Rock. Leland Mar- ving WILSON, Jr.: Yocum: Pine Bluff. Jill WILSON: Hotz; Hot Springs. Mary Elizabeth WILSON: Hotz; Nederland, Tex. Robert Glen WILSON: Humphreys; Eureka Springs. 147 A lonely, but beautiful, spot during the dead of winter on the University campus is the fish pond in the Fine Arts Center courtyard. Carnival Ends Gaebale Celebration First Row : Robert Kelly WILSON: Humphreys; Mal¬ vern. Susan Clare WILSON: Fulbright; Longview, Tex. Timothy Dale WILSON: Yocum; Punxsutawney, Penn. Lanny T. WIN BERRY: TKA; Green way. Robert Britton WINDHAM: Humphreys; Hot Springs. Connie May WING: Fayetteville. Second Row: Ann Winiger; Fulbright; Bartlesville, Okla. Sonia Kay WISDOM: Hotz; Winchester. Ill. Edward A. WISEMAN: Yocum; Osceola. James Dale WIST: Fayetteville. Travis Arnold WITHERINGTON: AXA; Dumas. Karen Sue WITHERSPOON: Prairie Grove. Third Row: Conna Francene WITWICKE: Hotz; Springdale. Sue Elizabeth WOKATY: Hotz; Dallas, Tex. Edward Merman WOOD: Wilson Sharp; Gurdon. Linda Lou WOOD: Hotz; Siloam Springs. Nancy Lynn WOOD: Fulbright; Rogers. Susan Permelia WOOD: Fulbright; Blytheville. Fourth Row: Billie Diana WOODELL: Hotz; Clinton. Jean No lan WOODELL: Hotz; West Memphis. Arlon L. WOODRUFF: Humphreys; Grubbs. Gary Preston WOOD¬ RUFF: Fort Collins, Colo. Peggy Ann WOODY: Green¬ wood. William G. WOOTEN: Yocum; Aurora, Mo. Fifth Row: Casandra Sheridan Nell WORMINGTON: Fulbright; Monett, Mo. David R. WORTHINGTON: Fay¬ etteville. Alan Anderson WRAY: Fayetteville. Emma Lee WRIGHT: Fulbright; Dermott. Eugenia WRIGHT: Hotz; Ashdown. Roger Lamar WRIGHT: Humphreys; Camden. Sixth Row: Phyllis Mae Wyatt; Fulbright; Paris. David Kennedy YANCEY: I AO; Springfield, Mo. Karen A YEDLICK: Hotz; North Little Rock. Charles Edward YERTON: Fayetteville. Edith Marie YOCUM: Fulbright; Morrilton. Janelle YORK: Hotz; Fayetteville. Seventh Row: Larry David YOUNG: Huntsville. May Gene YUM: Hotz; Eudora. Paul Martin ZANDER: Yocum; Little Rock. Robert John ZATORSKI: Yocum; St. Louis, Mo. Charles Henry ZIEMAN, Jr.: AKA; McGehee. Diana Leo ZISER: Fayetteville. 148 ‘Royal Gambit’ Opens Play Year The first play of the year was “Royal Gambit,” by Hermann Gressieker, produced by the University Theater group under the direction of George Kernodle. The play was an adaptation of King Henry VIIPs life with, or more frequently without, his six wives. King Henry, in his English abode, was the “symbol of the modern age” as he gave vent to ideas that would find their maturation in centuries to come. Each of Henry ' s wives represented different stages in his development. However, more overtly, they merely fit his momentary whims. He reached self realization after the death of his last wife, Kate Parr. Parker Rushing, who played King Henry VIII, was the sole member of the National Collegiate Players. His performance was dynamic, captivating his audience with his bold and articulate manner. The simple and uncluttered setting contributed to the full appreciation of the production. The artistic lighting took the place of much of the scenery. The costumes were typically 16 th century. Nancy Haynes was in charge of the costuming for this play as well as for all following plays. Similarly, Preston Magruder managed the settings and lighting in various pro¬ ductions throughout the year. “Royal Gambit,” as well as the succeeding plays, owed its success to the combination of faculty and student talents in the drama. Characters KING HENRY VIII KATARINA OF ARAGON ANNE BOLEYN JANE SEYMOUR _ ANNA OF CLEVES _ KATHRYN HOWARD _ KATE PARR _ _ Parker Rushing _ Norma Jean Wood Jude Ferrell Mauldin _Mary Fran Marsh _ Jane Fine _Marsha Vance _ Sara Reynolds King Henry VIII, as played by Parker Rush¬ ing, exemplified the modern man as he gave vent to all his desires and ideas. Henry and his first wife Katarina of Ara¬ gon, played by Norma Jean Wood, fought continually over Henry ' s desire for others. 152 Characters Sheryl Bryant and Rip Ellis played the title roles of the popular Broad¬ way show on alternate nights. Simple sets put the actors in the forefront. LITTLECHAP_Ray Boudreaux Richard Ellis EVIE_ Mary Hendly Sheryl Bryant JANE _ Andrea Thompson SUSAN _ Peggy Lewis THE BOY_Jimmie Whitlach Joe King THE CHORUS_Brenda Dill, Ida Sue Dicks, Linda Eubanks, Joanna Groom, Marilyn McCreary, Carol Vance ‘Stop The World’ Packs Theatre The English play, “Stop The World I Want To Get Off,” was brought to America by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. The University of Arkansas theatre produced it this fall under the direction of Norman DeMarco. Probably the most memorable aspect of the play was the songs now popular on the American scene such as: “What Kind of Fool Am I?”, “Someone Nice Like You”, and “Once In a Lifetime”. The orchestration and lyrics were under the direction of James Field and Kenneth Ballenger, respectively. Not only did the audi¬ ence fall in love with Littlechap’s songs, but became enchanted with his priceless gestures and facial ex¬ pressions. One could almost compare him to Marcel Marceau, the French mimer. Littlechap, a middle class Englishman who climbs to the top rung of the social ladder during the evolution of his life, is extraordi¬ narily portrayed by Rip Ellis and Ray Boudreaux. Evie (Sheryl Bryant and Mary Hendly), Littlechap’s wife, takes on all kinds of personalities in her husband’s mind. The setting was simple in nature and easily arranged. The advantage of this type was in leaving the audience’s attention completely on the characters. The play was given continuity and unity by the chorus. It was to Terry Worthy’s choreography, the play owes a large part of its success. For, as one can remember, it was the enjoyable mime that endeared the audience to Littlechap. Ray Boudreaux resembles the great Marcelle Marceau in his portrayal of the enchanting Littlechap in a moment of anguish. ‘Disenchanted’ Shows Author’s Fall Gene Mackey ponders over a script for a cheap Hollywood pro¬ duction in his role as Shep Stearns in " The Disenchanted " . Characters SHEP STEARNS-Gene Mackey VICTOR MILGRIM _ R. E. Cottrell MANLEY HALLIDAY_ David Crain JERE HALLIDAY _ Jane Fine Jude Mauldin SOLDIERS AND GIRLS, Paris. 1918 Marcia May McCullough, Chris Whitten, Kathleen Cochram, Jane Pickens, Gus Nelson, Phillip Bright, Tommy Schumacher BURT SEIXAS_ Richard Pool HOLLYWOOD PARTY GUESTS, 1929 _ Rick Prouty, Mary Fran Marsh, Norma Jean Wood, Johnny Kirkpatrick, Marcia May McCullough, Kathleen Cockram, Jack D. Cohen. Della Farmer, Phillip Bright, Jane Pickens, Gus Nelson, Ron Robrahn, Chris Whitten, Tommy Schumacher. Parker Rushing, Wayland T. Wilkerson PROF. CONNELLY_ Robert Bullock MRS. CONNELLY_Nan Allmon DEAN LLEWELLYN _ . Wayland T. Wilkerson MRS. LLEWELLYN_Norma Jean Wood MR. RIDGEFIELD _ David Rice The Disenchanted, written by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, was directed this winter by Robert Bon¬ nard. It was based on the tragic last days of the 20th century American author, F. Scott Fitzgerald. In the play Fitzgerald was portrayed in the character of Manley Halliday. The audience followed Halliday through a week of agony in which he attempted to write some cheap scripts for a Hollywood producer in order to make enough money to allow him to finish his great novel. Because of the fact he obtained many ideas for his works by nursing old memories, a great many flashbacks were employed. The producer, and his kind, epitomized the dangerous industrialization of the arts. In other words, he exemplified the tendancy of modern man for creating inhumanity. Stearns, while continuing to worship Halliday, watched his idol gradu¬ ally destroy himself. The flashback technique used, brought reminiscences into the mind of Manley, many of which were obses¬ sions with his wife which brought him only frustrations. The flashback was the main scenic devise in the play, bringing insight into the decreasingly productive life of Manley Halliday. For, “After a while you don’t count the years, you count the number of your dis- enchantments”. Norma Jean Wood, as Mona, puts a convincing touch on the role of a Hollywood party-goer during the great hey-day of stars. 154 Plays directed by Dr. Kernodle have always been known for their elaborate sets and costumes, reminiscent of the English and French stage. " Rivals’ Features Elaborate Sets “The Rivals”, a delightful play, was under the di¬ rection of nationally known and respected Dr. George Kernodle. The production was a spoof in the old 18 th century happily-ever-after style with an ingenious laugh-filled dialogue highlighted by the performance of Norma Jean Wood as Mrs. Malaprop. Perhaps the most successful aspect of the production was that of the comical manner in which the characters were brought to life in a particularly Kernodle style. One can easily see an example of this in the roles of Captain Jack Absolute and his father. Contrary to a great many productions in which just one or two of the characters carry-off the play, each of the per¬ formers had his own individuality that created the favorable response of the audience. In addition to the fine acting, the production was fast moving as a result of the changing of scenes be¬ fore the audience’s eyes. All in all, the performance was a welcomed success due to the hard work of the several members of the National Collegiate Players along with the other up-and-coming members of the production. Characters S1K ANTHONY ABSOLUTE_Ralph Clift CAPTAIN JACK ABSOLUTE_ Gene Mackey MRS. MALAPROP - Norma Jean Wood LYDIA LANGUISH _ Sheryl Bryant FAULKLAND _ David Rice JULIA_Chris Whitten SIR LUCIUS O’TRIGGER _ Ron Robrahn BOB ACRES_ Gus A. Nelson FAG_Jack Davis Cohen LUCY _ Carol Vance DAVID_ Tommy Schumacher THOMAS _ James Smalley All Sheridan ' s characters carry names revealing their personality: Lydia Languish (Sheryl Bryant), Captain Jack Absolute (Gene Mackey), Mrs. Malaprop (Norma Jean Wood) and Sir Anthony Absolute (Ralph Clift). Hand movements and facial expressions were rampant. Theatre Presents Opera—‘Carmen’ Georges Bizet’s “Carmen” was produced this spring under the direction of Kenneth Ballenger and Norman DeMarco. Contributing to the success of the Opera was the University-Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, con¬ ducted by Marx Pales. This well-known and loved tragedy was performed with such feeling as to touch the hearts of all the audience. Both Susan Garner and Judy Safley did an excellent job in portraying the saucy, coquettish Carmen. Similarly, the tragic heart-broken figure of Don Jose was well dramatized by Jim Davis and Ray Boudreaux. One aspect of the production that particularly struck the viewers as having created the romantic and excit¬ ing atmosphere was that of the colorful and imaginative settings. 1 he bold costumes of the soldiers and gypsies in the street scenes, the gay air of the tavern and the deep blue sky of the smugglers’ camp in the mountains contributed to the intrigue of the opera. The infinite variety of artistic means of creating the mood as well as the plot, in the form of dancing and sing¬ ing, left little room for lag in the interest of the audi¬ ence. The performers proved themselves adaptable to the many talents imperative to a production of this sort. Characters CARMEN_Susan Garner Judy Safley DON JOSE _ Jim Davis Ray Boudreaux ESCAMILLO _ Dennis Johnston Marsh Hudson MICA EL A _ Rebecca Cooke Betsy Bridenthal ZUNIGA - Cody Garner Gary Taggart FRASQUITA - Carol Vance Diana Dandridge MERCEDES - Brenda Bridges Marilyn McCreary REMENDADO - John Gardner DANCAIRO - James Fields GUIDE - Jerry Cowee SOLDIERS, CIGARETTE GIRLS, GYPSIES AND SMUGGLERS Brenda Bridges, Paula Nickell, Diana Dandridge, Carol Vance, Ruth Mask, Jo Ann Grooms, Marie Dillon, Pam Norwood, Peggy Lewis, Linda Eubanks, Marilyn McCreary, Marsha Crane, Kay Works, Brenda Dill, Linda Box, John Gardner. Jim Allen, Ed Higgins, Mark Burke, Tom Rakes, Rick Spilman, Jerry Cowee DANCERS - Patty Atherton, Sarah Manglesdorf, Lynn Mann, Bill Mandrel The gaily costumed players gave little hint to the high tragedy involved in " Carmen " . ' A cast of thousands ' , made up of many of the Uarkettes, sang brilliantly to the music provided by the University music department. 1 I 156 Pam Grissinger goes over her lines in a rehearsal session for " Becket " Characters KING HENRY II__ Ed Brown THOMAS BECKET_Gene Mackey PAGE_Guy Jones FIRST SOLDIER _ Larry Pillow SECOND SOLDIER_Tommy Schumacher THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY Hames Ware THE BISHOP OF OXFORD Richardson K. Prouty THE BISHOP OF YORK_Eddie Smith BISHOP FOLLIOT, the Bishop of London Richard Young FIRST BARON_Richard Ellis SECOND BARON _ Dick Pool THIRD BARON_John Deakins SAXON MAN - David Rice SAXON GIRL _ Kathleen Cockram SAXON BOY-Butch Lashlee GWENDOLEN-Nonnie Wilson tRENCH GIRL - Sara Reynolds LITTLE MONK - David Rice hRFNCH PRIEST-Richardson K. Prouty CHOIRBOY- Ian Sutherland OFHCER-- Larry Pillow SERVANTS __ __ Madison Hodges, Guy Jones QUEEN MOTHER-Martha Shields YOUNG QUEEN-Pam Grissinger PRINCES-Jimmy Whitlatch, Joe King ETIENNE - Thomas Cherry ENGLISH PRIEST-Robert Harper FIRST MONK _ . Hames Ware SECOND MONK_ Butch Lashlee KING LOUIS OF FRANCE _ Phillip McMath FIRST FRENCH BARON_Thomas Cherry SECOND FRENCH BARON Eddie Smith THE POPE _ Jack Cohen A CARDINAL _ Richard Ellis SENTRIES _ Tommy Schumacher, Butch Lashlee ‘Becket’ Closes Year On High Note Jean Anouilh’s “Becket”, directed by Norman De¬ Marco, ended the theatre year at the University on a high note. This presentation was one of the finest offered in Arkansas for many years. The play is recognized for its great dialogue, and an all-star cast translated this dialogue into a moving performance. The powerful love of King Henry II for Becket is the theme of the play. But it is the incapability of Becket to return that love which induces the tragedy. Becket, played brilliantly by Gene Mackey, is known for most of this life as a free-living soul — that is, until he receives Henry’s appointment as the Arch¬ bishop of Canterbury. Then, he finds his life com¬ pletely changed and all his love going to God. Henry is left to mourn this loss of friendship. It is Ed Brawn’s portrayal of the complex, and yet simple, King Henry which highlights the play. Simple, yet forceful and moving, sets enhance the acting abilities of the cast. Memorable roles were turned in by Rip Ellis as a cardinal to the Pope; the Pope. Jack Cohen; Martha Shields, the Queen Mother and Nonnie Wilson, Gwendolen. Martha Shields casts a mean look at Ed Brown in rehearsal for her role as the Queen Mother in the DeMarco-directed production. Uarkettes Appear Across State Dr. Kenneth Ballenger saw to it that there was never a dull moment for the Uarkettes this year. Most notably, they put out a record, Spotlight On The Uarkettes. They made appearances at numerous con¬ ventions, including the Farm Bureau Federation con¬ vention in Little Rock. They sang at the CEFOR Atomic installation dedication just outside of Fayette¬ ville. They also appeared at the Barton Coliseum in Little Rock, the Town Club, in Fort Smith and the Texas Tech game. Finally, the opera “Carmen”, pro¬ duced this spring, was composed primarily of Uarkettes. The Uarkettes have added to the national and in¬ ternational fame of University singing groups by going abroad in 1964 for the USO to tour American service installations. Their work is mainly in the light-opera and popular vein. i A f wjf u Jj . fl Kjjk -9v YBh tBSbS The Uarkettes pose for a formal picture before going out on a state-wide tour. The singing group raised money this year by cut¬ ting their own album of music. The symphony provided the music for the Theatre Production of " Carmen " besides giving many concerts throughout the calendar year. phony Presents 3 Co ncerts The University-Fayetteville Symphony gave three concerts this year. They accompanied Grace Reginald in Ravel’s “Scheherazade”. They also, in coordination with the Dramatics department, helped put on the an¬ nual opera. This year’s opera was the much loved “Carmen,” by Georges Bizet. In May, the University orchestra presented their Concerto Aria. Concluding the group’s activities will be a final concert in the summer. The symphony draws its members from the Uni¬ versity community, both faculty and students, and from the Fayetteville community. Throughout the years it has accompanied guest artists and has traveled across the state. Marx Pales is the symphony’s conductor. Dean Dalton, a student at the UofA, plays as a member of the symphony along with residents in the Northwest Arkansas area. 159 The University Chorus rehearses for their annual Christmas choral con¬ cert directed by Dr. Richard Brothers. First Row : Freeman, Vance, Wyatt, Weldon, Moats, Gilbert, Platt, Henley, Johnston. Second Row: Norwood, Mask, Walsh. Brothers, Thomas, Smith, Yonkin, Appleton, Kindle. Third Row: Harriscn, Gillock. Kauffman, Mcore, Cohen, Davis, Heron, Elkins. Fields Fourth Row: Johnston, Walker, Rainey. Gaddy, McLen¬ don, Farns, Newtown, Thomas, Dalton, Matthews. Schola Set To Return To Europe The University of Arkansas’ Schola Cantorum had another busy and fruitful year under the di¬ rection of Richard Brothers. They performed for (lie Music Teachers’ National Association in Okla¬ homa City and gave fifteen concerts around the state of Arkansas. The highlight of the year will be when Schola tours Europe again this summer, presenting the main concert in Aix-en-Province, France. As all Schola members will agree, it will have been an energetic year. Schola gained international recognition three years ago by winning the top prize at the Guido d’Arezzo International Polyphonic Competition in Italy. Schola, which is better known in Europe than in America, received an invitation from Monte Carlo to participate in that city’s year-long anniversary celebration along with such notables as Van Cliburn, Joan Southerland and Leonard Bernstein. This has been included in with their summer trip. Dr. Richard Brothers directs the nationally and internationally ac¬ claimed Schola Cantorum in a practice session for a concert. In rush skit Acacias promised rushees " wine, women and song " . If this is an example of the Acacia dream girl, how did they get any pledges? This skit, like others, is revived year after year. Pledges were happy on bid day. However, all the joys of pledging were lessened when phone duty, study hall, and cleaning details were explained the next day. The excitement of bid day is remembered. Tri-Delts take time out from busy rush sched¬ ule to impress a future pin prospect with tans. 164 n Greeks’ Finest Hour Rush brought the Greeks back to campus first as usual. They were the first to see a changed campus bursting with new buildings. The rib structure of the new women’s dorm, a new Kappa house, the swimming coliseum, a finished animal science center, a new AKL house, new sections and buildings for the stadium and an almost completed infirmary sprouted up on the campus. Rush had also changed. Somehow, the men’s edition just wasn’t as exciting. I he new summer rush program had taken away some of the glamour. However, most agreed it had been good for the small fraternities, and that was its purpose. Who got the best of rush? It was a very good year for a bumper crop of top-notch rushees. 165 One will never see a nicer, sweeter, kinder, lovelier, more gracious and more sisterly group of coeds than those who attend rush functions. Rush: A Study In Anxiety Something should be said about the eager, anxious Pi Phi method of greeting rushees . . . however, Tessie says it best. Who says UA students are apathetic? Civil rights workers march on Washington; we march on the Union, crests held high. 166 Peace Corps service postpones military obligation for two years, a recruiter informed UA students. Students cheered. " Well, Lambda Chi promised me dates with Pi Phis twice a week, complete test files, free beer and that SAE ' s aren ' t really cool ' 167 Moving In And Moments of solitude are rare treasures in the first hectic days of school. Especially when one finds a beautiful girl in a beautiful setting. The horde of locusts returned to the Hill. Traffic was jammed for blocks around the freshmen dorms. Crying girls, crying parents hugged each other a last time. For the old timers, there was still time to sit on the lawns and renew old acquaintances. But the dread of registration lurked around every corner, especially this year with the huge rise in enrollment. It was still the same old mass confusion, even with freshman pre¬ registration. Two good events could be looked forward to: apartment privileges for sopho¬ more girls and the opening football game with Oklahoma State in Little Rock. A bond of comradship formed between two campus leaders breaks the isolation of great responsibilities. 168 Registration—Is It Worth It? Kool freshman puts king size snow job on two impressionable pledges. While they work, she has time to snow actives waiting at entrance. Three more trips and the car will be unloaded. No one ever believes the Housing Office when it reports only one closet per occupant. County Fair And The Strippers One for me; one for you . . . The traffic department became rich on the two dollar traffic fee, and the sticker faded. This is a typical scene at the fair. The implications are many. Write your own cutline. Color it li Registration is confusing even to the fifth year senior. But when instructors must check to see what course it is . ■HrauS ' Cool, sophisticated UofA coed works hard to dispel Arkansas ' bare¬ foot, blue jean image in the Marion ' s Gar Hole prior to the Arkansas- OSU game. Uncool, unsophisticated Senator Fulbright has succeeded. Instead of Sigma Nu using the RAZORBACK as a rush book, this year Coach Broyles will use it as a recruiting brochure. Pictured here are some " Razorback Beauties ' ' out of uniform awaiting their coming out. Razorback bandsmen traveled to the first Little Rock game even without uniforms. It didn ' t hamper their spirit. 172 Fall Opens With Football The first two weeks of school was a period of adjusting once more to college life. After the fair and registration, the only exciting events were the first game in Little Rock and the Tulsa game at home. Tulsa again made wild boasts of defeating the Hogs and again came close to doing it. Blue Key, with the help of Mortar Board, Chimes and Cardinal XX conducted tours around the campus for high school seniors. Final enrollment figures were released and students found they had 9300 companions on the Fayetteville campus. Naturally, there wasn’t space for all in any of the facilities. Off Campus Men’s rep¬ resentation was questioned and hopes rose for another controversy this year. 173 Razorback Day again offered high school seniors a chance to tour the campus. The Razorback-Tulsa game was the real attraction and persuaded many to apply. Hurricane Scares Porkers Again Arkansas fans are known for their exuberance during a football game, especially after the spirit has hit them. A sneak peek at Coach Frank Broyles after the Tulsa game showed a relieved man. Flying circuses tax the heart. 174 Willie Townes, Tulsa ' s answer to King Kong, forced many pitchouts from Brittenum to Jones. Brittenum ' s nobody ' s fool. Loyd Phillips, everyone ' s All-American, had to be forced to take a rest from the football wars. Lee Johnson tries bribery. 175 From Dances One of the advantages of going to a large university is the quantity of events from which one can choose. A modern dance was a wise choice. World affairs dominated much of the think¬ ing of Arkansas students the first part of Octo¬ ber. China was invading India, the Viet Cong was stepping up activities in South Viet Nam and Rhonda Oglesby, the UofA’s Miss Arkan¬ sas, resigned her post. All of these were ex¬ tremely interesting to males on the campus since the draft quota went up to 35,000 a month. Deferments were as precious as the Hope Diamond. Many mundane and normal events did take place. MIHC-WIHC sponsored a Casino Carni¬ val, ideas on the responsible liberal were thrown out to the public, coffee houses sprung up in all the religious centers and the Student Union and President Mullins hosted the new faculty and staff. Working behind the scenes can be just as demanding and as intense as appearing before the footlights. 176 To Plays, To Snake Stakes Mr. and Mrs. Devil ' s Advocate put the TRAVELER to bed before join¬ ing the rest of the staff at George ' s for a weekly meeting. The big white bird up in the sky leaves his mark in the coed ' s eye at the fall mud wallow commonly called Sigma Nu Relays or Snake Stakes. 177 America’s Defenders Show Muscle With such intent looks on their faces, these ROTC cadets are obviously watching a demonstration of strategic movement. Demonstrations of strategic movements prove that there really are advantages other than drill to being ii ROTC. 1 1 X 1 As Board of Publications comes in the front door, TRAVELER editor Cid Sutoris attempts a quick get away out the rear of Hill Hall. This picture was taken the day before the Arkansas-Texas game as ROTC cadets were given instructions on how to handle rioting Kappa Sigs. Dr. Magruder goes over plans for the sets to be used in the production of " Stop the World " . 180 Colu] bus, Rhonda, Baylor Was Columbus first? This trivial controversy was the highlight of the week prior to Texas Week. It was an item of passing interest to UofA students — at least we remembered that it was Columbus Day for the first time in years. Blue Key and ODK named very few in the fall tapping sessions. Pi Phi and Chi O gained the title of ‘jock girls’ by winning the Sigma Nu Relays. Gubernatorial candidate Winthrop Rockefeller strengthened his ties with the University community with a visit to the YRC. Playing at the University Theatre was the second play of the year, “Royal Gambit”. Rhonda Oglesby, the errant Miss Arkansas, was still missing. Arkansas was getting ready for the Baylor aerial barrage, hoping to protect their No. 3 rating. These were the headlines. 181 Cross Country teams at the UofA have long been excellent, as this first place finish shows. However, foot¬ ball season goes on at the same time. It Was A Good Night In Waco The sign of Number 1 was perpetuated by the cheer¬ leaders and students for twenty-two straight games, especially when one happened to be on Texas soil. There was no rest for offensive linemen Glen Ray Hines (78) and Mike Bender at Waco. The defense continually stole the ball from Baylor and gave it to the offense. 182 Jim Williams hog-ties the Baylor quarterback in a scene oft-repeated. The entire defense swarmed through the line. says things go better with Coke ' , but it would be hard to convince the Baylor bear of that after the game. Big ‘Beat Texas’ The biggest, most exciting and most im¬ portant week in the University’s football history dawned during the middle of October. It was the Texas game with added attractions. Texas was ranked No. 1; Arkansas was rank¬ ed No. 3. Arkansas had the nation’s longest winning streak with sixteen straight; Texas hadn’t been beaten since the Hogs had done it the year before. And looking in on the game would be millions of people — NBC was televising the game nationally and in color. It was the SWC championship and the national championship all rolled into one. The week was filled with pep rallies. But¬ terflies cavorted in everyone’s stomach. This was all the marbles at one time, and the oddsmakers shocked everybody by making the Hogs a three-point favorite. The helicopter hovered overhead, dangerously close to the tree tops on the front mall and to the towers of Old Main, dropping footballs. Missy Alford attempts to talk Bill Wooley out of a football dropped by the UFO. What is she offering? 184 Week Electrifies The Campus Several thousand kicking, shoving students scrambled for the sou¬ venir footballs raining down from the helicopter hovering overhead. Impromptu and planned pep rallies took place all over the campus. Never has ' Whooo, Pig Sooie ' been done with more meaning and volume. 185 Everything Magnified 100 Times Silhouetted by the bonfire, two students and a confederate flag symbolize the spirit of ' Beat Texas ' Week. Five thousand attended the Friday night pep rally, yelled for two hours and marched behind the band to the bonfire. 187 Coach Broyles was a picture of confidence the week of the game. He really felt, for once, that Arkansas was better. All of that confidence had been replaced by worried frenzy by the fourth quarter. Shirt-tail out and waving as usual, Broyles and the boys watched the field with nervous fear. " To be No. 1 you have to beat No. 1 on na¬ tional TV, " Lindsey Nelson told a cheering crowd at the pep rally. We did, we were—for one week. 188 Madness, Pure Madness If the week before the game was madness, the game and the events which followed it were pure madness. Songs had been composed, recorded and played depicting the heroics of “Quarter- hackin’ Man” Jon Brittenum and “Lighthorse Harry” Jones. The First Baptist Church had put up a quote straight from an Arkansas hi hie: “Football is only a game, spiritual things are more eternal; nevertheless, Beat Texas!” People were in the stands for this game an hour before kickoff. And they were callin’ the Hogs from the first. They were telling the nation about Arkansas football. The Porkers told the same story on the field. Arkansas Football Is Football At Its Best. All forms of feeling broke loose in the pandemonium that followed. The NBC cameramen and announcers, from their perch high on the press box, agreed that this was the best game ever on national television—bar none. Riotous Ending To A Great Week I Look at the ' birdie 7 ! Linda Bird Johnson cheered for the Longhorns while her Secret Service man grabbed a few winks. L. Bird went home sad for second time; LBJ lodged protest. Cars lined every street and were jumped on by wild students as they passed Arkansas and Dickson. No one seemed to mind. 190 We Are No. 1! And students celebrated the fact with roll after roll of toilet paper streamers in front of the U Ark. One giant roar that went on for ages, it seemed, announced the winning touchdown. People hugged, pounded and stomped. 191 The War Causes M pal vsi MWi The return to normalcy after the Texas game was more like a letdown than just a re¬ turn to the usual goings-on at the University. The Texas game probably won’t go down in the history books, except those of football, but events happening all across the nation the same weekend probably will. Mass student demonstrations, repeatedly pointed out as encompassing only 1% of the total student population of America, were held in every major city and college town all across the nation. The importance of these demon¬ strations was that they caused a rash of “sup¬ port the war” crusades. The US Senate, in the form of Senator Fulbright, began a series of hearings into the war and ultimately into US-Chinese relations, and America’s students caused America’s parents to take a second look at the war. On the University campus, a petition was circulated in support of LBJ’s policies, and students huddled around TV sets to see the NBC version of the Arkansas-Texas game. Twelve hundred men participated in intramural football in the fall in three different leagues. Fine Arts labs are not the most popular courses on campus, but they are required. Some even find them rewarding instead of a necessary evil. Protest—Then Reaction Arkansas ' ROTC units took the war cries from Viet Nam seriously and began to clean their weapons in case they were called to help. Other students took the war cries seriously too, however, they were jeered at for painting ' US Get Out Of Viet Nam ' on the sidewalks. 193 The Letdown After Texas Week It was another long, tiring trip to a Little Rock game in which nothing spectacular happened except Harry Jones ' injury. Many cars had paint jobs ruined by over-zealous students over something as frivolous as being No. 1 in football. Ferrante and Teicher were forced to take many bows during the course of the wonderful evening b y enthusiastic students. Leave it to the their decorations Sigma Nus to outdo the previous year in for this year ' s orgiastic Sadie Hawkins fest. Sylvia Spencer and Pat Mayo interview Teicher backstage during the dynamic duo ' s concert. 196 . Jk Concert Season Begins Halloween and the few weeks after were busy ones at the Uni¬ versity, and people thought of other things than football for a change. Dr. Mullins made his annual speech to the Faculty Senate and told of the UA in transition. He expressed hope that Arkansas could profit from the mistakes of schools already well into this phase. A new atomic reactor was dedicated close to the University, and Fayetteville became a prime target for something. Win (or lose) Rockefeller made another trek to the campus and talked of the great leadership potential here. Four students attended. Sadie Hawkins, Ferrante and Teicher, Fred Waring, ‘Stop the World’ and the TRAVELER’S first B. S. edition furnished the entertainment for the cool fall nights. 197 The campus was surveyed again by Engineering students and found lacking. A Host Of Campus Happenings With a gleam in his eye, civil servant acts as model for his agency ' s recruiting drive during Federal Careers Day. Fred Waring captivated his audience of students and adults with his showmanship at the University concert. 198 Federal recruiters always show up to rescue drowning liberal arts students from the academic world with cute gimmicks. Voices sweeter than the angels of heaven — that ' s Fred Waring ' s kids. They proved why it ' s hard to become a member. 199 Frosh Elections 200 New York was in the limelight on the na¬ tional front in November. First, John Lindsey was elected mayor, and then a huge power failure blacked out the northeast US. Some Arkansans thought it was those ’commies’ again. And back on the campus, Arkansas Career Days wound up with the same old forecast of UA students going out of state for work. Houses on campus had their pledges busily at work preparing float and house decorations for Homecoming competition. The last few year’s tradition of election controversies was kept alive in the freshman elections. YDC was moving ahead in 1965 with, of all things, a pageant and beauty-queen contest. Jacki Jame¬ son became Homecoming queen and gave DC something to cheer about. The Registrar’s office released a list of new admission requirements, and that got the award for the funniest happen¬ ing of the month. On one of his frequent trips to the campus, Rocke¬ feller stopped by to convince Dr. Mullins that there would be a new master in the mansion come 1967. And A Prelude To Homecoming ’66 Smiles flourished as the fresh¬ men were inducted into the age- old merry-go-round of UA poli¬ tics and controversies in November. Wise students have learned to boycott the Union during elections to avoid being mobbed by two or three candidates at the same time. 201 Homecoming—A Queen Is Chosen The dances get crazier and poor seniors who can ' t keep up are left sitting. At least the dances offer interesting views. 202 Homecoming Queen Jacki Jameson is mauled by jubilant members of her court after being selected by the assembled jocks. She really had more assets . . . , Lee Johnson, Hog defensive end, must have mused as he tried to decide for whom to vote. The gods kept the old tradition alive by creating rain for Homecoming week and for the game. It wasn ' t so bad for classes, everyone enjoys carrying his black umbrella, but the tremendous amount of money spent on the decorations went down the gutter with the rest of the trash. Chi Omega borrowed from a TV ad for their theme. The decoration was ill received by the judges, and knowing students took one look at it, remembered fall rush, and added: ' Hottest Brand Going—And Went! ' . Floats and house decorations were generally lacklustre this year and, by game-time, wet. 204 Campus Demands Victory Again the University campus was in the spotlight in the football world. NBC had come to town for the second time, this time to televise the Arkansas-Texas Tech game on regional TV. The game itself meant more than anyone would have believed earlier. For the past few years, if Arkansas didn’t win, Texas did. All of a sudden a loss would mean that Texas Tech would be tied for the championship and go to the Cotton Bowl. Spirit began to build up early in the week but somehow it just wasn’t close to what it had been a few weeks earlier. Who was this pompous team from the West Texas pampas? For the first twenty minutes of the game, they put the Arkansas defense through the mill. 205 The Red Raiders could do no wrong in the first half, but after the half, Bobby Roper (80) and Jim Williams (71) harassed Tech into many errors. ”™ illl[ i A Thrilling Game And Lots Of Color rv 1.1 The Uarkettes performed at halftime for the NBC cameras, backed up by the UA band. Tech ' s band stole the show. Jim Lee Morgan, or Administration Man as he is better known, laughs it up with one of the Homecoming Maids, Mike Myers. 207 It’s Grade-Lifting Everyone waits for football season to be over to schedule meetings, contests and back¬ room political meetings. Student politics are usually petty, but this year they were dull and petty. Gone, for all practical purposes, were the Kingmakers; gone was the free speech movement. The Senate had begun a revamp¬ ing of the constitution, but even that wasn’t exciting. Some of the more ‘exciting’ events held were the YDC queen contest, Singfony practices and the Viet Nam forum. Basketball, being a minor sport at the UofA, began unannounced and un¬ attended. The Hogs surprised everyone by winning most of their pre-conference games and being ranked in the nation’s top twenty. For many students, basketball season meant a possible retirement of Glen Rose, who just hap¬ pened to be, ironically, one of the ten most successful coaches in the nation. Robin Gannaway attempts to talk her way to the crown of Miss YDC, the UA Club ' s answer to Sam Boyce. Coach Glen Rose loosens up before the basketball team reports to the court for a pre-game scrimmage. Rose ended 30 years of association with UofA. Time; Student Politics Shine Dean Dalton casts suspicious eye at President Mac Glover during the senate committee hearings on the proposed constitution. Fresh from the sticks, freshmen wonder at strange circular objects on dinner table. One boy zooms in for close-up; other keeps his distance. 209 Hogs Romp While Campus Hums Tommy Rowland (12) blocks a crip shot by an OSU player as the Hogs made the top twenty teams in the nation. 210 Reid Hall, or Cherry Hall as it is commonly called, became the fourth high-rise den of iniquity to rise out of the mire. Sorority pledges pack the University Chorus in quest of pledge points. Front row is five points; second, three . . . 211 The problems of facing reality in the modern world were explored in the University Theatre ' s production of " The Disenchanted " in December. A large number of intent and questioning students attended the forum to learn many of the little-known facts about the war in Viet Nam. A distinguished panel debated the issues of the Viet Nam struggle at the senate forum. 212 Holiday Spirit Grips UA The period between Thanksgiving and Christmas vacation is really a lost cause. More grades fall during this period than any other. Everyone seems anxious to get off this ‘damned hill’ for one last fling before winter weather sets in for good. And this year there was the Cotton Bowl to look forward to. Everything possible is scheduled for these last few weeks — Greeks have dances; teas, tests, reports, shopping trips, decorations and Santa Claus become all jumbled together in this short space of time. Hotz and Off-Campus Men won the Singfony trophies; DeGaulle was forced into a run-off election; the Student Religious Council Symposium expressed views on pre-marital sex; Arkansas’ anti-evolution law was being challenged by a Little Rock school teacher; Ricky Sugg broke the school basketball scoring record with 42 points against Centenary and the Senate passed a new cheerleader code — all before Christmas. 213 It wouldn ' t be Christmas without the annual revolving Christmas tree offer¬ ing by Kappa Sig. This year, for a change, it was almost a good tree. Singfony, Parties—A Merry Whirl Dr. Kernodle, campus landmark and notorius dresser, braves traffic on way to basic Fine Arts—his favorite. Delta Gamma wore sporty clothes and sang a sporty song for Singfony competition, but neither helped their singing. 214 Did they really get the AWS Goodie trophy for having the best open hous e in Hotz on the fifth floor? PiKA ' s fall party centered around the world of gangsters and molls. Their house was already an old, empty warehouse. 215 ir A Last Look At Harry Jones walks under the wing of the chartered plane that took the Razorbacks to Brownsville as a reward for the 22 straight victories. Thoughts turned to New Year’s Day before everyone went home for the holidays. There was a mild controversy over the extra day students were to be given for travel from the Cotton Bowl on January 3. The administration gave the day, but because it might cost the North Central accreditation, they announced that professors ‘could’ have make-up classes. Of course, this meant that if you were unlucky enough to have a make-up, it was the prof’s fault. That’s the way the administration wanted it — they didn’t get the blame. The unbeaten football giants worked out for awhile in Fayetteville, and then traveled to Brownsville, Texas, and on to San Antonio, Texas, for pre-bowl workouts. This was in keeping with the tradition at Arkansas that bowl games are supposed to be fun for the team. LSU stayed in Baton Rouge the entire holiday. But the main thought was GOING HOME. For two years Fayetteville has graced the beauty spots of the city with crowns. Would you believe carnival merry-go-rounds? Left-over neon signs? 216 Fayetteville Before Dallas The 700th anniversary of Dante ' s birthday was commemorated with special readings by the faculty at a special performance at UofA. Braniff wasn ' t the only one to end the ' plain ' plane. Razorback team members added their own splash to the company ' s chartered plane. 217 T’was Fun ’Til The End Was Nigh 218 Everyone, at one time or another, winds up in the streets and gutters of Dallas the night before to root for the Hogs. Back at school after the fiasco, it was time for panicked students to hit the books as finals—Armageddon—approached. 219 Snow blanketed the campus for a three week period through fi nals and semester break. It was fitting weather for this bleak time. The horror that is registration was lessened somewhat by the large numbers who were not able to make it back over the mountains after semester break. Amazingly, classes were still closed out early. The students who were able to make it back to the hill trudged through snow to register. 220 Snow, Snow, Snow . . . With the approach of finals everything shut down — even the IRAVELER. With snow almost knee deep and falling every day, there wasn’t much one could do except study. All had been lost in Dallas; those little people from the selective service were lurking everywhere and the infirmary was giving away some kind of shot — yes, study was best. Several announcements flooded through the communication blackout. Theta announced plans to colonize; the new constitution was nearing completion and the Hogs were floundering in the basketball race. The TRAVELER staff selected ’65’s top news stories: the football season as a whole and Texas week in particular, Rhonda Oglesby’s resignation as Miss Arkansas and the Off-Campus Men controversy. 221 The Three Musketeers of Kappa go through mysterious ritual in hopes of attracting sharp pledges during the semester rush extravaganza. Rush, Fire, Turbo-jets Hit Camp The snow provided some moments for romance even though it was kind of cool for any of the real hot stuff. People hovered around the fire which engulfed the top of the old infirmary in hopes the whole thing would burn. 222 Fayetteville became only hours instead of days away from civilization with the arrival of Central ' s new turbo-jets. Zeta ' s new semester pledges were greeted on the front ' veranda ' with open arms and squeals of delight from members. Gradual Exit Of Hair and feet flying, pretty coed lives it up in a world of her own to the tune of ' Baby, Let Me Bang Your Box ' . Partner is forgotten. Days were still chilly when the annual rites of spring commenced — first in small bursts and finally with one fell swoop. “The Rivals” appeared as the fourth theatre production, and Debbie Doland was selected best dressed. On the political front, Guy Jones and Jack Coleman announced as the Universi¬ ty’s candidates for state YDC president. Both later withdrew. The TRAVELER introduced the cartoon feature ‘Fratman 5 onto the scene in keeping with the Batman fad. The basketball Razor- backs finished in a blaze of glory and knocked Texas A M out of the SWC championship. Many students now went to Hot Springs for the races on weekends instead of going home. Spring was being born. Lambda Chi ' s Purple Id party brought out the worst in both manners and dress as evidenced by gross Indian. 224 Winter, Entrance Of Spring Something was finally offered in the Union as entertainment for the weekends — the Dim Den — to keep up with the church centers. Drafted or dragged in, students busily worked to prepare the sets for the theatre production of " The Rivals " during early spring. 225 Peace Corps, Spring Sports Appear Peace Corps recruiters con¬ tinually moaned their fate at rhe UofA — lack of interest from students and the TRAVELER. 226 The hot and cold spells of every other day drove students inside the Union for bridge, then back out for the sun. Baseball suffered as usual from lack of practice time and poor weather, but sometimes people went for the suntan. If it wasn ' t the Navy, Marines, Air Force or Boy Scouts, it had to be job recruiters. It was how long? Sorority girls attempt to gross out engineers in quest of St. Patricia title at one of the rites of spring. Agri students retaliated for all the green shamrocks and insults of Engin Day by beating the puny engineer ' s at the tug ' o ' war. 228 ■QiNEtas UTTUS Spring Awakens Campus A long lethargic winter ended with the first hint of spring. Suddenly, every day and every weekend was crowded with activity. I he second concert of the year rescued the Razorback Beauty fate; the engineers reveled with more green paint than usual to salute St. Patrick; Mortar Board, majorettes, elections, counselors and queens — all added pages to the sorority rush books. Every¬ one decided at the same time to honor someone with something — in short the year was coming to a close ‘more rapid than eagles’ and there was still a lot to accomplish. The rites of spring were celebrated in many ways. Sororities and fraternities had spring formals; independents had parties; honorary societies had beer busts; there was Greek Week, then GDI Week and almost every school had a ‘day’ of some kind. It’s one hell of a way to close out a year of drudgery. 229 Valita Goza, self-styled champion of the RAZORBACK, presents roses to pretty Donna Cozart at intermission. Beauties And Queens Reign Supreme Putting that last hair in place and trying to get rid of the jitters, Brenda Ziegler prepares for Brubeck. Every available girl was mobilized by the women ' s groups as they sought the many queen titles on the market. 230 Dave Brubeck, ala ' Playboy ' style, laughs, questions and inspects beauty candidates in his suite at the Holiday Inn. Robyn Gannaway impresses Brubeck with her answer to what her future plans are. He was also impressed with short skirts. 231 Robin Cash ends one of the Hog calls during the cheerleader tryouts in the Greek Theatre. She was chosen for the Easter pageant instead. Pan-Olympic The second annual Greek Week festivities proved to be a welcome romp in the sun f or campus Greeks. The competition for first place was fierce between those chariots which held together long enough to finish the race. Sigma Chi came through as the overall winner — their only victory of the spring. The whole thing must be considered a rous¬ ing success for people like Russell Black, IFC president, because it’s hard to get all the Greeks together on anything. Almost lost in the shuffle of Greek Week were such items as the fact that spring vaca¬ tion was upon the campus; the new cheer¬ leaders were chosen without a Zeta and Sigma Pi monopoly and the Red Cross bloodsuckers were back on campus with their tasty donuts and coffee. In between rain showers, the twelve new tennis courts were in full bloom with hosts of failing students. 232 es Cap Week-long Greek Orgy Even Teke was permitted to enter the Pan-Olympic games as evidenc¬ ed by torch bearer. All 70 pledges were entered in at least one event. The mud-wallow bath was advertized as being better for the complexion than either Tackle or Clearasil so contestants were many. 233 Ben-Hur Or Muscle Beach Revisited Last year Russell Black bull-dogged calves to get his picture in the RAZORBACK, this year something difficult. " Parade of the Charioteers " was appropriate as a large and enthusiastic crowd watched the start of the chariot race. 235 Preparations for the spring elections got underway with the Sigma Chi ' s putting a parachute on a lamp post outside the frosh dorms. They should have saved it for when their candidate crashed. Eleven of the Miss UofA hopefuls lined up for the traditional cheese cake photo before competition during Gaebale weekend. Paul Ray and Billy Ross layout the posi¬ tions for booths for the Gaebale carnival, 236 To Gaebale—With Feeling Gaebale dawned upon the University again with some old things rejuvenated. Once again, the carnival, which had been discon¬ tinued because of administration consternation, was restored. But even that was not enough to rescue the old ‘big weekend’ from being second rate. It was killed when the fun was taken out of it by the administration, and it’ll take more to revive it. Now competing with Greek Week, GDI week and better enter¬ tainment at fraternity parties, Gaebale is a near dead horse. This year, Brother Dave Gardner and Ike and Tina Turner were the entertainment extravaganza. At least they beat the Miss UofA candidates. 237 Campaigning was fierce in front of the freshmen women ' s dorms where a huge block of votes lie just for the simple taking — in a ride to the polls in a GTO. What An Election! It Had Everything It might not get Dean Sterner ' s vote, but for the weary campaigners in front of the Union, it was welcome relief. Tom Lea broke the tradition by winning in the runoff after having won the primary—even with an increase of 600 votes. 238 A new dynasty awaits the primary election returns from the balcony of the Union, and Sigma Nu regained power. Six hundred people jammed into the Union lobby to hear ihe first election returns from the voting machines. 239 A W ild Campaign. Lea countered the Switzer derbys with an old-fashioned march to the polls by his supporters in the freshmen men ' s dorms — it worked. The year was rapidly growing to a close, and it was fitting that such a wild campaign should close out the excitement. It was a campaign of many firsts: voting machines were used for the f irst time in Arkansas; an all new high of 4200 plus voted in the primary; that was broken in the runoff with over 4800 voting; the runoff vote surprised everyone by exceeding that of the primary and the one who won the presidential primary won the runoff. For the Tom Lea, Kent Burnett, Susan Matthews and Jack McNulty supporters it was a happy ending. For the others it was a time to regroup for next year and moan the tre¬ mendous amount of money spent in a losing cause. Oh yes, the biggest first of all — a Negro candidate ran for the presidency of the student body — and received 600 votes. The first round over, campaigners throw down cards and regroup with new literature for the big runoff push. Theta Comes—The Year Ends Theta pledges clown on jungle gym set after being selected to col¬ onize on the University campus. The girls with the high-flying kite, Kappa Alpha Theta pledges pose for formal picture on the night they received their pledge pins. 241 Runner-Up £kaJu % RoyAto% Zeta Tau Alpha Miss University of Arkansas SiMm- RobiM Kappa Kappa Gamma Runner-Up Dime Mielw i Alpha Delta Pi 246 247 248 ' m 249 250 252 253 - 254 255 256 257 r ' mr ' . 258 259 260 261 Homecoming Queen Jack! JmMo% Delta Gamma Homecoming Court Linda Lee, Alpha Delta Pi; Mike Myers, Pi Beta Phi; Ann Leesemann. Delta Delta Delta; Jacki Jameson, Delta Gamma; Bobbye Dykes, Delta Delta Delta; Rita Ferrell, Alpha Delta Pi; Nancy Strunk, Hotz. 262 Queens Agri Queen G ' wq i Giliu Alpha Chi Omega Commerce Queen Kathy Ke ' idall Chi Omega 264 Saint Patricia CM FoAteA Delta Gamma Arkansas Poultry Princess Gall Bigge Alpha Chi Omega 265 Best-Dressed Coed Deto D o!mL Kappa Kappa Gamma 266 Campus Sweetheart Campus Lover Campus Sweetheart BeiA Wktte Kappa Kappa Gamma Campus Lover LimBeafke Tau Kappa Epsilon PERSONALITIES Mac Glover President Jim Lee Morgan Vice-President Gail Bigge Bill Dillard Secretary Treasurer Senate Writes New Constitution The drafting and passing of a new constitution was the outstanding achievement of the 1965-’66 Student Senate. There were many other significant accomplish¬ ments which earned for the Senate the recognition of being one of the most active and responsible in recent years. Committees were established to help organize the plans for the new student union, to study the possibility of building an auditorium jointly with the city of Fayetteville, to draft a new cheerleader code, outlining a new method of selecting cheerleaders and to investi¬ gate the possibilities for setting up a university radio station. Much of the work and worth of these commit¬ tees will be decided by the year-end reports they will give to the Senate. A Student Senate salary act fixed the salaries of all student government officials; an act classified all the organizations on campus recognized by the Senate and the University and a minimum grade point was set for participation in extra-curricular activities. STUDENT SENATE: (First row) Cox, Austin, Black, Randle. Allen, Marino. (Second row) Biggers, Hooper, Emertt, Gibbons, Burnett, Holcombe. (Third row) Sudbury, Fambrough, Jackson, Switzer, Johnson. Shipley. (Fourth row) Jacoway, Holcombe, Stubblefield, Raymond, Kincanon, Graves. (Fifth row) Ander¬ son, Woodell, Hodges, Jay, Henderson. STUDENT COURT JUSTICES: (First row) Harriel and Roelfs. (Sec ond row) Calhoon, Chief Justice; Lea; Humphreys. Associated Student officers Mac Glover, president; Jim Lee Morgan, vice-president; Gail Bigge, secretary and Bill Dillard, treasurer, worked together efficiently this year. Until April Morgan did a very capable job as President of the Senate when he stepped down under the new constitution and that position was assumed by Glover. Glover and Morgan spent most of the year checking on the committee meetings and communications between these committees, organizations and the ad¬ ministration. Glover implemented an evaluation of each committee’s work to determine whether they were neces- sarv and should be abolished. Gail fulfilled her campaign promise by having all minutes of the Senate meetings available the next morn¬ ing. Dillard kept the Senate in the black throughout the year. The Student Court gained in prominence and respect this year. One of the first questions the court handled was an interpretation of the rule defining representation of Off Campus Men. Problems dealing with the mis-use of I. D. cards and student conduct at football games were also decided. During the spring election, the court was called upon to rule on two significant questions: first, whether students who did not meet the grade point requirement were eligible to run for office and second, could a campus governing body (MIHC) support a candidate with funds? The Court ruled in the first case that a student could not and in the second case that there was insufficient evidence. Senior class officers J. J. Scroggin, president, and Missy Alford, secretary, helped the commencement committee plan the graduation exercises. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: J. J. Scroggin, president, and Missy Alford, secretary. 271 Ellen Ann Ragsdale Dean’s List; Angel Flight; IFPC Queen; Arkansas College Queen: Traveler Staff, Advertising Manager, Managing Editor, News Editor; Razorback Staff; Panhellenic; Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman, Scholarship Pledge, Executive Board; Young Republicans; Preview , Assistant Editor. Dick Remke Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Phi Eta Sigma. Secre¬ tary; Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Pi Mu Epsilon; Cardinal XX; Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Social Chairman, Scholar¬ ship Chairman, Ritualist; Civic Club; AIChE; Young Re¬ publicans. Russell Black Blue Key; Sterling Stores Scholarship; T. H. Barton Scholarship; Alpha Gamma Rho, President, Rush Chairman, National Convention Delegate; IFC, President, Judicial Committee; Student Senate, President Pro Tempore; Board of Publications; Agriculturalist , Business Manager; Student Section of American Farm Economic Association, National News¬ letter Editor; Agricultural Economics Club. President; Animal Industry Club. Phyllis Scroggin Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Sophomore Counselor; Merch Index Chemistry Award; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class Vice-President, House Manager, National Convention Delegate; Senior Counselor; IFPC, Treasurer; AWS, Vice-President, Judicial Board, House Managers Board; Civic Club; Student Union Governing Board. 272 Mickey Pryor Sophomore Council, president; Mortar Board; Arkan¬ sas College Queen; Dean’s List; AWS, treasurer; Pi Beta Phi, pledge class president, model pledge, presi¬ dent; Fulbright Hall, treasurer, vice-president; Pan- hellenic; Civic Club, secretary; senior counselor; Ar¬ kansas AWS, vice-president; International Club; IFPC; WIHC. Paul R. Ray, Jr. Blue Key; Cardinal XX; Alpha Kappa Psi; Dean’s List; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, rush chairman, social chairman, board of governors, delegate to leadership school, delegate to national convention; Gaehale co-director; Student Court; Student Senate; Business school senior class president; IFPC; Commerce Guild; Newman Club. Randy Stewart Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, treasurer; ODK; Pi Mu Ep¬ silon; Phi Eta Sigma; varsity football; Theta Tau, honor pledge; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, vice- president; Engineering Council. Lynn Temple Mortar Board, president; Alpha Lambda Delta, president; sen¬ ior counselor; sophomore counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Chi Omega, model pledge, pledge trainer; AWS Executive Board; Panhellenic; Henry G. and Stella Plainer Hotz Schol¬ arship; Civic Club; SNEA; ACEI; AWS organizations board; IFPC. 273 Billy Ross Blue Key; National Food Brokers Scholarship; Alpha Kappa Psi; Dean’s List; Gaebale co-director; Civic Club, president; Marketing Club, president; Singfony co-direc¬ tor; Guild Ticker, feature editor; Lambda Chi Alpha, social chairman, house manager, executive committee; ABC; YDC. Leslie Sharp Futrall Hall, vice-president, committee council chairman; AWS, judicial board chairman, legislative council; WRA; WIHC; Civic Club; Newman Club; senior counselor. John Robert Bridges Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; ODK; Sears Sophomore Scholarship; King Radio Corporation Award; John Rusk Scholarship; Farmhouse, president, house manager, board of directors, national convention delegate; AGRI¬ CULTURALIST, business manager; Animal Industry Club Publication, circulation manager; IFC; Agri Students Association, treasurer, public relations chairman; Animal Industry Club, board of directors. Joanna McGehee Chimes; Mortar Board; Lambda Iota Tau, president; Kappa Delta Pi; Fulbright Hall, vice-president; Pan- hellenic; Kappa Kappa Gamma, president, pledge class secretary, scholarship key; AWS, executive board; WIHC; Civic Club; sophomore counselor; Singfony co-director; senior counselor; Laura J. Yeater Scholarship. 271 t 1 Claudia Heath Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda Tau; Sigma Chi Sweatheart; senior counselor; Student Union Gov¬ erning Board, secretary; AWS, legislative council; Chimes; sophomore counselor; ABC; Panhellenic, treasurer; Chi Omega, rush chairman, secretary, pledge class rush chairman. Mac Glover Blue Key; Arnold Air Society; Student Senate, president, president pro tempore; Associated Students, president; Phi Delta Theta, pledge class president, chaplain; Student Union Governing Board; Southwest Con¬ ference Sportsmanship Committee; Student Conference on National Af¬ fairs delegate; IFPC; Air Force Drill Team; Student Religious Council; Arkansas Youth Leadership Council; National Prayer Breakfast. Martha Gadberry Mortar Board, vice-president; Dean’s List; Fulbright Hall, house council; WRA, publicity chairman; Chimes, secre¬ tary; senior counselor; sophomore counselor; YRC, secre¬ tary; Panhellenic; Delta Delta Delta, president; Civic Club. Gail Bi ge SAI, scholarship award; Dean’s List; Razorback Beauty; Angel Flight; Flomeccming Court; AFROTC Drill Team Sweetheart; AWS, Queen of Hearts; Lambda Chi Alpha, Crescent Girl; Arkansas Poultry Princess; Mortar Board, song leader; Associ¬ ated Students, secretary; Board of Publications, secretary; Alpha Chi Omega, social chairman, scholarship pledge; Razorback Hall, social chairman: Sigma Alpha Iota, pledge class president, corresponding secretary, yearbook chairman; senior counselor. 275 J. D. McConnell Cardinal XX; Alpha Epsilon Delta; ODK; Dean’s List; All- Southwest Academic Team; varsity basketball, captain; Student Senate; Sigma Nu, pledge class vice-president; YDC. Jacque Wilson Angel Flight, commander, projects officer; Dean’s List; Delta Gamma; IFPC; Panhellenic, president, secretary; AWS, legislative board, organizations board co-chairman; SNEA; ACEI. Judy Baldridge Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Angel Flight; Alpha Lambda Delta; Chimes; Lambda Tau; Fulbright Hall, vice-president; Chi Omega, presi¬ dent, scholarship chairman; Panhellenic; AWS, executive board; Civic Club, secretary; Singfony, co-directcr; sophomore counselor. Blue Key, vice-president, president; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsilon; Scab¬ bard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student; Sig¬ ma Alpha Epsilon, pledge trainer, president; Engi¬ neering Council, treasurer, president; Student Senate; Theta Tau, board of governors, pledge class secre¬ tary; Humphreys Hall, vice-president; IEEE, repre¬ sentative; IFC. Diane Allen Larrison Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board, treasurer; Lamb¬ da Tau; sophomore counselor; Student Senate; Stu¬ dent Conference on National Affairs delegate; Chi Omega, pledge class president, personnel chairman, na¬ tional convention delegate, honor pledge; Fulbright Hall, vice-president; AWS, executive board; Civic Club; IFPC; Newman Club, secretary; Associated Students, secretary. Jim Womble ODK, secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Ep¬ silon; Theta Tau, president, pledge class vice-president. Outstanding Senior Engineer Award; ASCE Award; Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary, vice-president, president; American Society of Civil Engineers, president; Engineering Council, representative; Student Senate; IFC; AFROTC Drill Team; YDC. Beth Yancey Dean’s List; Mortar Board; People-To-People Student Am¬ bassador; AWS, president, legislative board; TRAVELER, assistant managing editor; Pi Beta Phi, pledge class cor¬ responding secretary; Panhellenic; Student Senate; Board of Publications; Student Union Talent Show co-chairman; sophomore counselor; Fulbright Hall, judicial board. i Missy Alford Mortar Board; Razorback Cheerleader; Senior Class, secretary; Chimes, treasurer; Zeta Tau Alpha, social chairman, president; RAZORBACK, associate editor, section editor; senior counselor; YDC; Sophomore Counselors, vice-president; Fulbright Direc¬ tory, editor; ABC, pledge class secretary; Civic Club; Fulbright Hall, vice-president, judicial board chairman. Sandy Porter Outstanding Bandsmen of the Year; ABC; Kappa Kappa Psi, parliamentarian; Phi Mu Alpha, president; Razorback Band, drum major, student staff manager. Carol Lynn Taylor Student Senate; AWS, secretary; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Bliss Activity Award, Outstanding Junior Award, model member, rush chairman, registrar; Ful bright Hall, president, house manager; Gaebale secretary; RAZORBACK, section editor; WIHC; Civic Club; sophomore counselor; Student Conference on National Affairs delegate; Newman Club, treasurer; Intercollegiate AWS, national vice-president, national publications board chairman, national news¬ letter editor. Scott Smith Blue Key; Pershing Rifles; Cardinal XX; Student Senate; IPX, treasurer; Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary; Circle K, vice-president, state treasurer; YDC. Susan Whitson Chimes; Mortar Board, historian; Sophomore Coun¬ selors, executive council; Alcoa Foundation Scholar¬ ship; Delta Gamma, model pledge, president, rush chairman; Student Senate; senior counselor; AWS, executive board; Futrall Hall, committee council, scholarship chairman; Civic Club, secretary; Pan- hellenic; YRC. 278 Johnny Shelby RAZORBACK, editor; Blue Key; TRAVELER, sports editor. Sherman Johnson Alpha Kappa Psi; Blue Key; Cardinal XX; Dean’s List; RAZORBACK, business manager; Sigma Nu. president, recorder, pledge trainer, board of governors; IFC; Commerce Guild, executive council; Business school, junior class treasurer; Pre-Law Club. Doug Hurley Blue Key; Dean’s List; Sigma Chi, president, rush chair¬ man; IFC, treasurer; ABC, president, vice-president, pledge class president. Jim Lindsey ROTC, Bpst Squad Leader: ODK- varsity football, Senior Bow r l squad: Kappa Sigma: Wilson Sharn, president, secretary; varsity baseball; intramural basketball, Most Outstanding Play¬ er Award. 279 Cid Sutoris Scabbard and Blade; TRAVELER, editor; IFC; Tau Kappa Epsilon, rush chairman, resident field supervisor; Board of Publications. Bill Dillard Phil Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma, president; Beta Alpha Psi; Blue Key; Honors Council; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, scholarship chairman, national con¬ vention delegate, board of governors; Associated Students, treasurer; Gaebale business manager; Alpha Kappa Psi; Pre-Law Club; YDC; Student Union Activities Board. William H. Stoll Arnold Air Society; Dean’s List; Humphreys Hall, resident assistant, resident advisor, sophomore coun¬ selor; Sigma Phi Epsilon, public relations chairman; Circle K ; Newman Council; Marketing Club; YDC; Men’s Sophomore Council, president. Kay Baker and Susie Dodd are caught in a typical spring outing at Lake Wedington near Fayetteville. John Barnhill began the building |ob twenty years ago and saw it climax this year with a 22-game winning streak and another title. Barnhill, Staff Lead Hogs’ Rise It has largely been through the efforts and fore¬ sight of athletic director John Barnhill that the Razor- back sports program has enjoyed a meteoric rise to national prominence in the past few years. Barnhill came to Arkansas in 1946 and began by winning a Sou thwest Conference championship (the UA’s first clear title) and two bowl bids. This stirred the interest of the state, but it took a revitalization of the state Razorback Clubs, the setting up of an Educational and Athletic Scholarship program and the establishment of the Razorback Sports Network (the largest college sports network in the nation) to start the University on the road to the top. Head football coach Frank Broyles came to the University from Missouri, and Arkansas fans have been happy ever since. He has become the SWC’s winningest coach with a national championship, six bowl bids and six conference championships. Head basketball coach Glen Rose retired at the end of the past season after more than thirty years of association with University athletic teams. Labled the Dean of Southwest Conference coaches, he retired ranking ninth in the nation in won-lost record among active coaches. George Cole, assistant athletic director, began his Universitv career as an All-SWC quarterback in 1927. He has been associated with the UofA ever since. Glen Rose Head Basketball Coach Frank Broyles Head Football Coach George Cole Assistant Athletic Director C. A. Bidwell Track Lon Farrell Assistant I A Wa Mervin Johnson Offensive Line Johnny Majors Defensive Backs Steed White Offensive Assistant Wilson Matthews Ends and Linebackers Barry Switzer Offensive Ends Jack Davis Freshman Football 286 Coaching Staff Gets New Faces Good coaches never stay around in one spot long, and Arkansas lost several during the past year. Jim MacKenzie, the architect of several conference-leading Arkansas defensive units, became the third Broyles assist¬ ant to get a head coaching job at a major school when he transferred to Oklahoma (the others, Tennessee and SMU). He took with him assistant Barry Switzer. The two replacements were Charles Coffey, who made a reputation as Tennessee’s defensive line coach this past season, and Gordon Smith, an offensive end with the Minnesota Vikings. With the retirement of Glen Rose, Duddy Waller, who has been freshman coach for eight years, stepped up as head basketball coach. Bob Cheyne, Sports Publicity Director, announced this spring that Bud Campbell would replace him as announcer for the Razorback football games over the UofA Sports Network. Cheyne said that a championship tea m required too much of his time in other areas on football weekends. Bob Cheyne Sports Publicity Bill Pace Offensive Backs Jim MacKenzie Assistant Head Coach Duddy Waller Frosh Basketball Razorback Stadium was added onto this year to seat 42,000 fans for the Texas game and was the scene of two televised games this year. Season Record Arkansas 28 Oklahoma State 14 Arkansas 20 Tulsa 12 Arkansas 28 TCU 0 Arkansas 38 Baylor 7 Arkansas 27 Texas 24 Arkansas 55 North Texas St. 20 Arkansas 31 Texas A M 0 Arkansas 31 Rice 0 Arkansas 24 SMU 3 Arkansas 42 Texas Tech 24 COTTON BOWL Arkansas 7 LSU 14 Season Standings Team W L T Pts. Opp. ARKANSAS 10 0 0 324 104 Texas Tech 8 2 0 257 191 TCU 6 4 0 149 143 Texas 6 4 0 231 153 Baylor 5 5 0 156 171 SMU 4 5 1 123 167 Texas A M 3 7 0 80 170 Rice 2 8 0 123 248 Conference Standings Team W L T Pts. Opp. ARKANSAS 7 0 0 221 58 Texas Tech 5 2 0 166 161 TCU 5 2 0 128 103 Baylor 3 4 0 118 140 SMU 3 4 0 102 108 Texas 3 4 0 151 141 Rice 1 6 0 74 165 Texas A M 1 6 0 56 143 Jim Williams scares the Tulsa quarterback with a fierce facial expression. (Right) Jim Lindsey (21) tears through a gaping hole in the Texas Tech line. Tim Banks Mike Bender Martine Bercher STATISTICS ARKANSAS OSU First Downs 24 16 By Rushing 16 6 By Passing 8 9 By Penalty 0 1 Total Offense 450 253 Rushing 330 109 Passes Attempted 18 31 Passes Completed 10 13 Had Intercepted 0 1 Passing 120 144 Average Punt 41.7 37.0 Yards Penalized 35 0 Fumbles Lost 0 1 Yards on Kick Returns 55 170 Arkansas 28—Okla. State 14 The 1965 season loomed big for the defending national champion Arkansas Razorbacks, and head coach Frank Broyles was quick to point out that every game along the way wouldn’t be a pushover just because the Hogs were undefeated. But that didn’t dampen the spirits of a crowd of 44,000 who turned out for the Razorback’s season opener with Oklahoma State in Little Rock on September 18. Bobby Burnett established himself as the inside powerhouse, while wingbacks Jim Lindsey and Harry Jones took turns proving the Razorbacks were just as effective outside. Brittenum hit Jones for three quick strikes and the first score, and in the second period Jones galloped 50-yards around end un¬ touched for the second touchdown. Lindsey led the next drive with a 31-yard scamper, and Burnett and Brittenum combined to put the ball at the eight where Brittenum took it across. This was final proof that Arkansas was dynamite offensively, although the game still left defensive questions. Bobby Burnett, Arkansas ' workhorse, pound s up the middle behind a wall of red jerseyed offensive linemen in the opener with OSU. Bobby Burnett eludes three tacklers in a slashing drive toward the goal as the Hogs made a last half surge to down the Hurricane. Arkansas 20—Tulsa 12 The Razorbacks had shown a slight second half letdown against OSU in the category in which Tulsa was offensively strongest—pass defense. So head coach Frank Broyles was apprehensive about the stout Hurricanes. He warned that the Sept. 25 game would be one of the Hogs’ toughest of the season, both physically and mentally— time proved him right. Arkansas got an early break when Tulsa fumbled, and Loyd Phillips recovered in the opening minutes. Ronny South booted a 29-yard field goal, giving Arkansas a 3-0 lead, but moments later the tide turned when Tulsa intercepted a pass at midfield. Tulsa’s quarterback passed for the score. A blocked PAT gave Tulsa a 6-3 lead. The lead seesawed twice more, and the Hurricane held a 12-10 edge at halftime. Arkansas stiffened defensively in the third quarter and forced a Tulsa fumble which South converted for a 45-yard field goal and the lead, 13-12. The Hogs drove again, this time 77-yards with Brittenum hitting Crocket for the winning points. STATISTICS ARKANSAS TULSA First Down 14 16 By Rushing 10 2 By Passing 3 12 By Penalty 1 2 Total Offense 230 246 Rushing 177 23 Passes Attempted 13 41 Passes Completed 4 24 Had Intercepted 2 0 Passing 53 233 Average Punt 41.6 32. Yards Penalized 29 67 Fumbles Lost 2 2 Yards on Kick Returns 74 100 Stu Berrvhill Joe Black Jack Brasuell Jon Brittenum 291 Arkansas 28—TCU 0 Porker Richard Trail (84) snags a pass from Jon Brittenum before hav¬ ing his legs cut out from under him by a Horned Frog defender. Against Tulsa, Arkansas was forced to scramble from behind, and in effect, it seemed to jell the offense. The Porkers were an aroused group when they met Texas Christian in Little Rock and proved it at the expense of the Horned Frogs. Before 47,000 fans the Hogs went into game No. 15 and on the opening drive slashed 71 yards in 14 plays. Alternating between Harry Jones, Bobby Burnett and Bobby Crockett, quarterback Jon Brittenum marshalled the Hogs steadily downfield, sending Burnett over from the one. Brittenum hit three straight passes after TCU was stopped cold, then gave Burnett the ball four straight times until he scored. A short TCU punt put Arkansas ahead 21-0 in the third period with Jones scoring on a 21-yard pitch- out. Jones followed this with a 59-yard sprint around end for the final score, picking up flawless blocking. This first conference win of the season strengthened the Hog’s chances as a SWC title contender. STATISTICS ARKANSAS TCU First Doivns 15 13 By Rushing 12 4 By Passing 3 8 By Penalty 0 1 Total Offense 340 172 Rushing 259 43 Passes Attempted 11 24 Passes Completed 5 13 Had Intercepted 1 2 Passing 81 129 Average Punt 35.7 37.7 Yards Penalized 45 5 Fumbles Lost 0 2 Yards on Kick Returns 21 118 David Cooper Bobby Crockett Dick Cunningham Bill Douglass Arkansas 38—Baylor 7 Arkansas had faced three straight throwing ball-clubs in its early season play, and it served to groom the Razorbacks for a fourth, Baylor, when the two met in Waco, October 9. Baylor was hampered by the loss of ace passer Terry Southall, and the defensive backfield got the best of the Baylor subs with six interceptions. The Bears fumbled early, and on Arkansas’ first of¬ fensive play Brittenum ducked his way 18 yards up the middle to the Baylor 26. Harry Jones scored four plays later. Baylor held the next Razorback drive at the 24, and South booted a three-pointer for a 10-0 lead. Then, with 25 seconds left in the half, Tommy Trantham picked off a Bear aerial and raced 69 yards to paydirt. Jack Brasuell returned a Baylor punt to the four to start the third quarter, and Burnett scored on the next play. A high center to punter Bobby Nix gave Baylor the ball at the Hogs’ 15, where Gene Cheshire caught the scoring pass — the first against Arkansas in six league games. The Porkers finished with two fourth period scores. STATISTICS ARKANSAS BAYLOR First Downs 22 6 By Rushing 17 2 By Passing 4 4 By Penalty 1 0 Total Offense 290 131 Rushing 201 52 Passes Attempted 17 23 Passes Completed 4 9 Had Intercepted 1 6 Passing 89 79 Average Punt 35.8 38.2 Yards Penalized 60 21 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards on Kick Returns 114 123 Arkansas 7 blitz devastated Baylor ' s passing. Hartford Hamilton (88) vaults over his defender as the other Hogs swarm in for the kill. With the Hogs 80 yards from victory, Jim Lindsey, dragging a Texan, fought his way for yardage. It sparked a desperation comeback. Arkansas 27—Texas 24 An Arkansas-Texas game is exciting anywhere, even without national television coverage in color to spruce it up. But throw in a 16-0 Arkansas record, a 10-0 Texas record and the No. 1 national rating and the excitement boils. First, Longhorn Phil Harris hobbled a punt on the five when hit by Richard Trail. Martine Bercher scrambled on it. Texas drove to the Arkansas 20 in retaliation, but Harris missed a handoff and defensive end Tommy Trantham caught the ball in mid-air and raced 77 yards for the second score. Arkansas led, 13-0. The Porkers drove to the Texas 15 early in the second period, where two plays later Bobby Crockett snagged an 11-yarder for the TD. Two TD’s were called back. Texas surged back and led 24-21 with four minutes to go. Brittenum and Crockett sparked the Arkansas offense with five passes for 68 yards in a last minute drive. The last snag was a diving catch for 14-yards at the Texas one. Brittenum dived over to send Razorback Stadium into pandemonium and the Hogs home with a 27-24 win and the No. 1 national rating. STATISTICS ARKANSAS TEXAS First Downs 12 23 By Rushing 4 13 By Passing 8 9 By Penalty 0 1 Total Offense 181 401 Rushing 50 208 Passes Attempted 19 21 Passes Completed 10 14 Had Intercepted 0 2 Passing 131 193 Average Punt 42.0 35.0 Yards Penalized 39 39 Fumbles Lost 0 1 Yards on Kick Returns 23 70 Melvin Gibbs Hartford Ham ilton Glen Ray Hines Steve Hoehn 294 Jon Brittenum eludes a Longhorn defender in the early moments of the game. Brittenum received perfect protection on the final drive. Three charging Razorback linemen, with Jim Williams (71) in the forefront, put the rush on Marv Kristynik, but the ball sails free. A Desperate Finish Brittenum fires one to Crockett on the sideline from behind a screen formed by Bobby Nix and Bobby Burnett to move the Hogs deep into ' Horn territory. Bobby Crockett makes the first of his fantas¬ tic, diving catches as he comes up with a one- handed grab near mid-field to keep the Hogs going. Somewhere below this mass lies Brittenum after his dive from the one to win the game. In the background, the Hog bench goes wild. 296 Lee Johnson Mike Jordan Guy ‘Mutt’ Jones Arkansas 55— North Texas 20 After the Arkansas-Texas game anything would look like an anti-climax. Most regarded the North Texas State game in Little Rock, October 23, as a breather. But the Eagles proved that they were game for the No. 1 ranked Hogs and managed to push across three touchdowns, riddling Arkan¬ sas’ young defensive secondary. Arkansas scored twice early in the clash with a 58-yard scamper around end by Bobby Burnett to the two. Jon Brittenum kept from there for a 7-0 lead. Then Harry Jones topped that with an 83-yard sideline run. But the Eagles’ Gore Vidal hit James Bower with a short scoring pass. Then John Love got off a 67-yard punt return, and Arkansas led only 14-13. Burnett made the third Arkansas score with a one-yard run, followed by a pass interception by Joe Black, which Burnett also turned into paydirt. Then Lindsey kept for ten yards, and minutes later, following another interception, he crossed from 15-yards out. In the final period, Jones took a pitchout to the one, where Burnett made it good, and Ronny South passed to Alvin Jones for the final score. Carlin passed for the game’s final score late in the period. STATISTICS NORTH First Downs ARKANSAS 22 TEXAS 21 By Rushing 15 2 By Passing 6 18 By Penalty 1 1 Total Offense 543 321 Rushing 403 14 Passes Attempted 11 54 Passes Completed 7 32 Had Intercepted 1 4 Passing 140 307 Average Punt 39.7 39.5 Yards Penalized 75 103 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards on Kick Returns 94 152 Joe Btack (62) snags his second interception in as many weeks and rambles close to the North Texas goal before being hauled down from behind. STATISTICS Arkansas 31—Texas A M 0 ARKANSAS A M First Downs 21 7 By Rushing 12 1 By Passing 9 6 By Penalty 0 0 Total Offense 442 218 Rushing 226 45 Passes Attempted 28 24 Passes Completed 13 13 Had Intercepted 1 2 Passing 216 173 Average Punt 38.9 40.1 Yards Penalized 20 5 Fumbles Lost 0 1 Yards on Kick Returns 93 153 Going after win No. 19, the Razorbacks set out against the Texas A M Aggies at Little Rock on October 30 with a ruthless defense and a powerful offense. The result, after a stalemate first period, was a 31-0 pasting of A M at the hands of the Porkers, who found that they couldn’t do anything wrong. Arkansas put together a 77-yard drive early in the second period with Jim Lindsey, Harry Jones, Bobby Burnett and Bobby Crockett proving equally effective. Once inside the 20, Burnett hammered home with three successive carries. Burnett again ate up ground for the second score, plunging 29 yards in two carries before Jones brought down a 38-yard pass at the A M seven. Then Burnett gave Arkansas a 14-0 lead. South added a 25-yard field goal to end the half, and the Hogs led 17-0. Quarterback Jon Brittenum passed 12 yards to Lindsey early in the third quarter, and then Ronny South took over and engineered an 80-yard scoring drive that ended with South pitching a 39 yard pass to Crockett in the end zone. It was a flawless Arkansas performance. Following a wall of blockers, Jim Lindsey sweeps around end for a large gain against the Aggies. The Porkers played errorless ball. hHKIBmk More like a ballet dancer than a footballer, a Rice Owl makes a futile attempt to halt Jim Lindsey who made the final TD from the ten. Arkansas 31—Rice 0 The Texas win had been a psychological shot in the arm for the Razorbacks. Arkansas made it 20 in a row by downing the Rice Owls, who found themselves powerless to stop the Arkansas offense. Brittenum took the Porkers 69-yards on the opening kick-off to pay dirt, scoring from five yards out on a run-pass option. Bobby Burnett was tiie big gun of the drive. Moments after the first score, Rice hobbled a hand-off, and Arkansas took charge, scoring with Ronny South booting a 37-yard field goal. Rice moved into scoring territory, but Bobby Roper picked off a Rice pass and was brought down at the Owl nine, where Burnett took only two carries to score. It stayed at 17-0 until the final period when Brittenum hit Crockett with a quick series of passes and then handed off to Burnett for the score. Rice, continually in a hole, was forced to throw, and Lee Johnson picked off an Owl pass at the ten, where Jim Lindsey bruised over on the first play. It was Arkansas’ second straight 31-0 shutout of a conference foe. STATISTICS ARKANSAS RICE First Downs 24 6 By Rushing 14 3 By Passing 10 3 By Penalty 0 0 Total Offense 375 115 Rushing 215 48 Passes Attempted 20 12 Passes Completed 14 5 Had Intercepted 0 2 Passing 160 67 Average Punt 39.2 37.8 Yards Penalized 65 20 Fumbles Lost 2 2 Yards on Kick Returns 46 121 Travis Mauldin Jerry Mooty Jack Moran Bobby Nix 299 Bounding Bobby Burnett exhibits his now classic style by hurdling over the Mustang goal with the final score before 67,000 in the Cotton Bowl. Arkansas 24—SMU 3 It was billed to be a meeting of the two best offenses in the conference, with Southern Methodist also a victor over once mighty Texas. And for about eight minutes, that’s just the way SMU played it before 67,000 in the Cotton Bowl. The Ponies drove quickly inside the Arkan¬ sas 20, where the Porker defense stiffened, and the Mustangs had to settle for a 33-yard field goal and an early 3-0 lead. But Arkansas had¬ n’t had a chance with the ball yet. When the Hogs got a chance, they more than made up for it. Jon Brittenum hit Bob Crockett on the SMU 18, where Brittenum and Bobby Burnett moved the ball closer for Brittenum’s go-ahead score. The Razorbacks got a 27-yard field goal in the second period out of Ronny South, and then Tommy Trantham intercepted a Mac White pass which set up the next TD. Harry Jones closed the half with a spectacular 25- yard pass play. SMU managed only nine yards on the ground the second half. Burnett put the finish¬ ing touches on a Jon Brittenum-engineered drive with three plunges from nine yards out for the final score, 24-3. STATISTICS ARKANSAS SMU First Downs 15 13 By Rushing 9 9 By Passing 5 4 By Penally 1 2 Total Ojjense 311 153 Rushing 192 87 Passes Attempted 18 18 Passes Completed 8 5 Had Intercepted 1 3 Passing 119 66 Average Punt 46.0 40.5 Yards Penalized 103 53 Fumbles Lost 0 1 Yards on Kick Returns 58 50 Loyd Phillips Ernie Richardson Bobby Roper Ernest Ruple Tommy Sain Buddy Sims Claud Smithey Arkansas 42—Texas Tech 24 The Razorbacks knew that Texas Tech was the final stumbling block in the path of a second straight undefeated season, and with the Red Raiders breathing down Arkansas’ neck for the conference title, it brought pressure to a peak. Tech was 8-1, and the winner of the Homecoming game would receive a Cotton Bowl bid. It was Texas Tech all the way for the first eight minutes of the game. Booting a 29-yard field goal and recovering an Arkansas fumble, Tech was in the driver’s seat. Arkansas, shocked at being 10 points down, recovered on the next kick-off with Jon Brittenum hitting Bobby Burnett, Jim Lind- sey and Richard Trail to give Arkansas the ball on the Tech 15. Burnett made it 10-7 with two plunges. But Tech couldn’t be stop¬ ped. Wilson hit two quick passes and then sent Jeff White deep — lie gathered in the ball in the end zone for a 17-7 Tech lead. Before the half the Hogs put another score on the board with two long passes to Harry Jones, then a 13-yarder to Lindsey, who scored from the two on the next play. With Arkansas gaining mo¬ mentum, the Red Raiders took a precarious 17-14 lead into halftime. STATISTICS ARKANSAS T. TECH First Downs 22 27 By Rushing 12 13 By Passing 10 13 By Penalty 0 1 Total Offense 430 439 Rushing 198 127 Passes Attempted 21 43 Passes Completed 14 26 Had Intercepted 1 2 Passing 232 319 Average Punt 40.0 32. Yards Penalized 56 0 Fumbles Lost 1 0 Yards on Kick Returns 79 52 Jon Brittenum scampered in and around through the weak Texas Tech defense as the late-starting Porkers scored seven straight TD ' s in the romp. Filling the air with footballs, Brittenum won the Back of the Week honors with passes to every available receiver — few missed. Richard Trail caught one of the bombs on the two, put his head down and bowled through three Tech defenders to give the Hogs a 28-17 lead. 302 Wild, Wooly Second Half Late in the second period, Tech held a 17-7 lead, but the next Arkansas score seconds before the half marked the beginning of a run of 35 straight points which finished off the Red Raiders. Within two and a half minutes of the second half Arkansas had taken the lead. The key play was a 24- yard pass to Jim Lindsey, with Bobby Burnett gunning the final yardage from the 13. Burnett, winner of the Crip Hall Award, was again the workhorse on a 73-yard drive which provided the insurance score. Once in striking range, Jon Brittenum hit Richard Trail first for 14-yards and then for ten, putting the Hogs ahead, 28-17. The Red Raiders had bogged down, but Brittenum was just getting started. He hit Bobby Nix for 27-yards and two plays later found Tommy Burnett at the end line making it 35-17. Tech opened up aerially within its own territory, and Joe Black picked off a Tom Wilson pass and took it to the six. Burnett went over for the third time, breaking the school scoring record with 96 points and making it 42-17. The Red Raiders put together one final drive, high¬ lighted by a 44-yard pass to Anderson, who scored from the one. Arkansas was No. 2 nationally with a 22-0 win¬ ning streak and looking forward to the Cotton Bowl. On plays such as this. Bounding Bobby rushed for over a hundred yards for the fifth straight time and set a school scoring recor d. With Martine Bercher holding and Bobby Nix blocking, Ronny South was Mr. Reliable when called upon for a three-pointer or PAT. 303 The Porker defense stormed through to stop Tech during the crucial third period comeback. Slashing and ripping his way through the Tech line and into the secondary, Burnett demolished Raider hopes for an upset victory. 304 Porker Offense Shines The other Burnett, Tommy, hurtles through the end zone after making an Wading through a bevy of big-shouldered but weak-kneed unbelievable catch between the goal posts and a Texas Tech defender. Red Raiders, Harry Jones scampers for extra-yardage. Jon Brittenum is caught from be¬ hind after eluding a host of Tech players on a run-pass option. Brittenum romped all day long. 305 A complete picture of dejection — coach Frank Broyles mourns the loss of a winning streak that was being hailed as the next great dynasty. Arkansas 7—LSU 14 There was a holiday mood in the air. Everywhere the game was being billed as a one-sided affair with most of the weight leaning toward the Razorbacks, and even the most calloused LSU fan professed his team with a trace of doubt in his voice. On New Year’s Day the stage was set, but somewhere along the line someone forgot to tell the Tigers that they were the underdogs. Harry Jones put Arkansas on the Hog 41 with a 20-yard sweep around end, sparking the Porker’s scoring drive. Jon Brittenum found Bobby Crockett eight yards out at the 49 and then let Bobby Burnett put it in LSU terriforv on the next two carries. The Porkers struck to the LSU 19 where Brittenum rolled left and found Crockett again, at the twelve, and the slippery All- American cut down the sidelines for the first score. Stokley moved in at quarterback for LSU and moved the Tigers into Arkansas territorv where Screen took over. Suddenlv the Bengals were at the Arkansas 26. Masters and LaBruzzo combined to move the ball to the 19, where LaBruzzo decided he didn’t need anv more help and in four successive carries, the largest for seven yards, gave LSU the tying score. Ronny South Randy Stewart Richard Trail Tommy Trantham —Ujif Larry Watkins Jim Williams Ed Woodlee Comedy Of Errors Puts LSU On Top The Hogs stormed back with Jones taking a pitchout around left end and powering 15 yards to the Arkansas 34. Doom came to Hog country when Brittenum sustained a shoulder injury on the following play and Ronny South took over. His bobble of the pigskin on the first play began a series of errors which struck the whole Razorback camp. The Tigers seemed to get all the breaks and that fumble recovery was probably the most important of all. Screen hit Moreau for 12, then gave it to LaBruzzo who pounded the left side of the line five straight times until he jumped across for the go-ahead score. The second half was an all-out defensive battle for both squads, spiced by a comedy of errors. A heavy rain hampered the passing game, but BrittenunTs injured arm was the biggest drawback. Neither team challenged seriously in the third quarter. LSU got a big break when Nix’ punt slithered off the side of his foot, and LSU got possession of the pigskin on its own 46. This time it was Dousay who was the work¬ horse of the drive. He galloped repeatedly until LSU was installed on the Arkansas three with a first and ten. The Razorbacks made the STATISTICS First Dawns By Rushing By Passing By Penalty Total Offense Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted Passing Average Punt } ards Penalized Fumbles Lost ARKANSAS LSU 22 15 11 9 10 6 1 0 306 266 129 166 24 11 15 8 1 0 177 100 34 42 10 62 1 0 ' Lighthorse ' Harry Jones, like 60,000 others, hung his head and cried after two years of winning had made Arkansas forget how to lose. Triumphant and heavily favored, the Razorbacks enter the Cotton Bowl to a tremendous roar of fans. The last loss had also been in Dallas. A Desperate Finish—But Too Late greatest defensive stand of the year, holding the Tigers four times inside the ten, and forcing a field goal try by Moreau. Hard-charging Porker defenders hurried the kick and it went wide from the 19. Time was growing short for the Porkers. But Brittenum began hitting Crockett in another Texas-type series with 8:27 showing. He found him for eight yards on the first try, then handed to Burnett who picked up the first down. Crockett snagged a 16-yarder along the sidelines, and then Burnett broke for 18 up the middle. And then it happened. Brittenum rolled right and tried for Crockett one more time, but an LSU defender was there and came up with the toss on the 20. Forcing the Tigers to punt, the Hogs set up shop again on their own 11 — 89 yards from 23-0 and a second national championship. Things were desperate to say the least. And like a champion, the Hogs re¬ sponded to the 60,000 Hog voices in the stands and began one last drive. First, Brittenum hit Crockett for 23 yards on three passes; then to Jones for 12 more. The clock showed 1:05 left with the Porkers on the LSU 28. Jones lost 7 yards on the next play and only 32 seconds were left. Brittenum faded hack and the Cotton Bowl held its breath. Crockett was all alone on the left sidelines at the 24. But the LSU defenders caught up with him and the clock ticked off the last seven seconds with the Porkers desperately trying to huddle. All Arkansas cried. Richard Trail waits for a Jon Brittenum pass for short yard¬ age during the fourth quarter drive to catch the Bengal Tigers. 308 Amazing Bobby Crockett, Arkansas ' All-American pass catcher, leaped, twisted and dived for passes throughout the game. Another of Crockett ' s specialties, the diving, one-handed catch, moved the Razorbacks within scoring distance of the goal. The straw that broke the camel ' s back, Joe LaBruzzo (22) follows his blocking over the right side of the Hog defensive line. Harry Jones Arkansas’ First Cover-Boy Porker All-Americans Loyd Phillips AP, UPI. Football Writers, Coaches 310 Bobby Crockett Football Writers, Sporting News. Glen Ray Hines Unanimous 311 Randy Stewart Center Jon Rrittenum Quarterback Bobby Burnett Tailback All-Southwest Conference Porkers Mike Bender Offensive Guard Bobby Crockett Offensive End Glen Ray Hines Offensive Tackle 312 Bobby Roper Defensive End Harry Jones Wingback Tommy Trantham Defensive Halfback Season Scores Arkansas 52 Kansas 81 Arkansas 75 Missouri 62 Arkansas 55 Oklahoma St. 52 Arkansas 90 Centenary 61 Arkansas 75 Phillips 66 64 Arkansas 78 Arlington St. 64 Arkansas 75 Iowa 77 Arkansas 67 Loyola 57 Arkansas 85 TCU 88 Arkansas 74 Texas Tech 65 Arkansas 72 Texas A M 75 Arkansas 93 Texas 82 Arkansas 69 Miss. State 61 Arkansas 75 Georgia Tech 88 Arkansas 74 SMU 75 Arkansas 78 Baylor 59 Arkansas 76 Rice 71 Arkansas 71 Baylor 82 Arkansas 73 Rice 67 Arkansas 66 SMU 67 Arkansas 91 TCU 73 Arkansas 70 Texas Tech 74 Arkansas 70 Texas 74 Arkansas 94 Texas A M 71 Orval Cook (14) and Tommy Rowland (12) jump high above the opposition to tip in two points for the Hogs. (Right) Ricky Sugg out-maneuvers his opponent. Orval Cook Wally Freeman Charles Guess John Talkington (10) does a bal¬ let dance while tipping the ball toward the goal. J. D. McConnell (24) waits his chance. 316 Razorbacks Finish High For Rose The 1965-66 basketball season will probably rank as one of the most memorable campaigns in recent years. Some will remember it because of the many upsets which the Hogs pulled and some for the impressive 14-10 season. But above all that, it will be remem¬ bered as the year in which Glen Rose, the dean of Southwest Conference coaches, retired. Picked as the probable cellar team in the league along with Rice, the Razorbacks didn’t live up to that prediction, although the Owls did. Rose was quick to point out that the pre-season pollsters knew just about as much of what was going to happen as he did, but he was picking the Hogs for an upper-division finish. The opener with Kansas, ranked eighth nationally, on December 1 almost cancelled the optimism which Rose had drummed up. The offensive-minded Jay hawks pasted the Hogs, 81-52. Arkansas then put together a five game winning streak before going home for Christmas by downing Missouri, 75-62; Oklahoma St., 55-52; Centenary, 90- 61; Phillips 66, 75-64 and Arlington St., 78-64. The highlight of those wins came in the Centenary game when Ricky Sugg broke a 25-year old scoring record of 36 points by scoring 42. Over the holidays, the Porkers entered the Sun Bowl Classic only to find themselves paired with the nation’s fourth-ranked team, Iowa. The Hogs put quite a scare into the taller Hawkeyes before falling on a tip-in at the gun 77-75. Arkansas won the second-place trophy with a 67-57 win over Loyola of New Orleans. Steve Rousseau, Arkansas ' long-range shooter, arches a shot from the free throw circle while the other Hogs mass under the goal. 317 J. D. McConnell Steve Rousseau Tommy Rowland David Self Ricky Sugg John Talkington Hogs’ Home Court Advantage Holds Surprising the experts, the Razorbacks opened SWC play with a 6-2 record — best in the conference. However, TCU threw the monkey wrench into the works in the first game with an upset 88-85 victory. The Porkers stormed back for an upset win of their own, 74-65 over Texas Tech, but again hit a blank wall by losing to Texas A M, 75-72 at College Station. Rebounding back at home, the Porkers knocked Texas out of the SWC lead with a 93-82 win. Arkansas took a 7-4 overall record into the finals break and rested in third place in the conference. Over the semester break Arkansas downed Missis¬ sippi St., 69-61, in Little Rock and lost to Georgia Tech in Atlanta, 88-75. The second half of conference play began on a sour note as SMU nudged the Hogs, 75-74, in Fayetteville. Rut two straight wins, 78-59 over Baylor and 76-71 over Rice, moved the Hogs back into contention in a race that was steadily bunching-up at the top. Baylor knocked the wind out of the Porkers again with a 82-71 victory in Waco only for the Hogs to bounce back against the hapless Rice Owls for a narrow 73-67 win. With five games remaining in the season, the Razor- backs still had two home contests remaining, and Rose hoped the home court advantage would hold so that it would insure a high finish for the Hogs. Sugg slid and dived after loose balls in leading the Porker defense, the conference ' s best, to many thefts from opponents. 318 The Razorbacks battled fiercely under the basket for rebounds against the much taller teams and sometimes came out on top. Team work under the that of Rowland and was responsible for bounds the Short basket like McConnell many re- Hogs got. Porkers Knock A M Out Of Title The home court advantage did hold, not only for the Razorbacks, but for the opposition as well. SMU came back in the last minute with two great plays to squeeze by the Hogs, 67-66. Arkansas retaliated with a record shattering 65% field goal average and a 91-73 win over TCU at home. Two successive road games put the Hogs completely out of the title picture. First, Texas Tech took a 74-70 win in Lubbock and then the Longhorns responded with a like win by the same score in Austin. With a winning season in sight and the final con¬ test set for six seniors, the Razorbacks came out ready to take on A M when the teams met in Fayetteville for the season finale, March 2. A special senior appreciation night was held, and the Razorbacks made the most of it, giving the fans a 43-33 half-time lead, and going on to win. 94-71. By winning, Arkansas kept A M out of a play-off with SMU. The Aggies had to beat Arkansas to win the title if SMU lost to Texas Tech, but SMU won and the Aggies lost. Talkington scored a career high with 29 points, hitting from under the basket and outside as well. Not many people realized it, but the Razorbacks had a 10-1 record at home, one of the best stands in recent years. Arkansas finished tied for fourth in the SWC, giving Rose the opportunity to bow out with an upper division finish and a winning 14-10 year. Sugg finished as season scoring leader and Mc¬ Connell took the rebounding title for conference plav with 115. Talkington and McConnell tied for the overall rebounding mark with 196 apiece. The Razorbacks also finished with a 75.1 scoring average compared to a 71.0 output by opposition. An unbeatable combination, Rousseau arches one up from the free throw line while Cook (14) and McConnell get position under the basket. Rousseau, one of the co-captains, takes over from Glen Rose to explain a weakness during a time-out against A M. Hogs stomped the Aggies. Rose gets down on his knees in the huddle to explain to Talkington how to play big Randy Matson. 322 Glen Rose Bows Out A Legend Glen Rose was more than an ordinary basketball coach at Arkansas. He was an institution. He was the kind of coach who took each loss personally as he did each win, but he never let it show. Rose was practically a legend in his ability to sit im- passionately through games no matter what the circum¬ stances on the court. For several years he pondered retirement, but it was always in the midst of a season, and afterwards, he later admitted, he would look back on the year, and it didn’t seem so hard. By the time the spring semester was over, it was too late for him to retire, and besides, by then he had decided he didn’t really want to in the first place. Rose started thinking more seriously about retire¬ ment when the 1965-66 season rolled around. He would have six seniors for this team and his complete starting unit returning. When they graduated it would mean another re-building year and perhaps two more seasons before his work bore fruit. It was either retire after this season or remain for at least three more years, because Rose didn’t believe in giving up on anything he started. The rumor quickly spread that this season would be his last. Rose wouldn’t say yes, and he wouldn’t say no. Instead, he adopted a type of quiet “wait and see”. For his last group of seniors he had great ex¬ pectations, and they provided him with his final win¬ ning season. The year began with a loss to Kansas, but followed with a five-game streak that brought the team to life and a top-twenty national rating. In his final year, Arkansas lost only one game on its home court — and that to the SWC champ, SMU, bv one point. The Razorbacks lost the SWC championship bv 10 points. That was the total point spread in the crucial games that could have gone either way. Rose, a native of North Little Rock, lettered and was an All-SWC performer in basketball three years on three consecutive conference championship teams. He took over the head basketball position in 1933 and also served as line coach on the football team. In 1942, he left the position for the war. and when he returned, was named head football coach for 1944- 45. The following year he assumed the Universitv busi¬ ness manager post, and it took a toll in his health. During his 23 coaching years at Arkansas, he pro¬ duced six SWC titles, an Olympic tournament team, 22 All-SWC players, and the ninth best winning record in the nation, 328-202. He played on the 1927-28 team which wa s undefeated, and coached the 1940-41 un¬ beaten team. Rose played basketball the defensive way, following along the line of Hank Iba’s Oklahoma State team. He was one of (lie most successful coaches in the nation with his style, but when the accent switched to offense, Rose made the switch too. With Rose’s retirement comes the end of an era. He didn’t say much about it, but that was just the plain old Glen manner. Deep down, Rose will miss the excitement which he directed for over two and a half decades, but the Arkansas fans will miss him too. Rose-watchers among Razorback fans know that this is the typical pose, nervous and on edge, that he assumes for all games. 323 Chuck Hamingway, gasping for breath, leads the cross country team into the last leg in a tri-meet with Oklahoma and Oklahoma City. Tracksters Put In Record Season The Arkansas track team, under coach Ab Bidwell, put in another record season, setting five new varsity marks, four new freshman records and finishing second in the Southwest Conference cross country meet. Bidwell, now in his twelfth year as the Arkansas head coach, has led his squad to four cross country championships as well as 18 SWC gold medals. Varsity marks were established this year in the mile run, the two-mile relay, the distance medley, mile relay and pole vault. The two-mile relay team of Curt May, Ron Kolb, John Auffet and Bige Wray was ranked eighth in the nation. Freshman marks were established in the 440-yard relay, the shot put, the discus throw and the high jump. The Arkansas distancemen placed runner-up behind Texas in the annual three-mile cross country meet. The Razorbacks attended several national relays, including the Kansas State Invitational, the Kansas Re¬ lays, the Drake Relays and were host to the Arkansas Relays, in addition to competing in the SWC meet. Shoat Track: (first row) Carroum, DeBerry, Parker, Phil¬ lips, Bryan, Owen. Second Row: Rodgers, Petty, Asselin, Seward, Fisher, Ewing, Crawford. Varsity Track: (first row) Hemingway, Minor, Auffet, Flanagan, Morrison, Sharp, Selig. Second Row: Coach Bid- well, Alexander, Galley, Wilshire, Grier, Higgenberger, May, Ray. [KANSAS ' Arkansas [KANSAS ARKANSAS j KANSAS KANSAS! SKAN5 Kansas rfansas RKAN5A5I The Shoat high-jump record was broken because of championship form such as exhibited here in an afternoon practice session. Hogs Break Nine Records In Meets The trickiest part of the high jump is getting that last leg over the bar without tipping it — the slightest jar will knock it down. 326 The hurdles event requires speed, agility and quick reflexes. Much of the track team ' s time is spent in running practice legs around the track in Razorback Stadium or on the city streets. Barry Bearden has been Arkansas 7 top pole vault- er for several years because of his concentration. The pole vault event has gained national recognition in the past few years because of the attempts to crack the 17-foot barrier. Pushing the bar away and quickly withdrawing his arms, Ken Sharp exhibits the form that helped him crack the UA pole vault record. Fiber glass poles have made it possible for trackmen to soar higher and at an extreme vertical angle. The bat cracks, and the ball soars upward, but the batter only moans because it is only a pop-up and a sure out for the baseball Hogs. Porkers May Join SWC Baseball Head coach Wayne Robbins ' main problem at the first of the year was a weak defense, but plays like this strengthened it at the end. This past season was a rebuilding year for new head baseball coach Wayne Robbins. When he acce pted the post he found himself without a solid nucleus for the team, and with only a fairly complete pitching staff. So he began recruiting and came up with a core of junior college transfers to help fill the gaps this season, as well as several promising freshmen with which to build his program. Robbins, a former All-Southeast Conference pitcher, has plans for the Razorbacks to begin competition in the Southwest Conference loop. The team opened with two games against Baylor and Texas Christian, marking the first time that the Razorbacks have competed against conference foes. With only three seniors and the remainder sopho¬ mores and juniors, Robbins put the Washington County Fairgrounds to good use. He outlined an active schedule with seven doubleheaders, and top baseball competition from about the South. Although the defense was faring poorly at the be¬ ginning of the season, it rounded into form in later contests and Robbins feels his big drawback next year will be power at the plate. He plans another extensive recruiting program this summer. Last year he obtained players from seven states. j Members of the runner-up Razorback golf team are (from left) Mike Hast¬ ings, Mike McCutcheon, Hal Sharber, David McCauley. Golfers Second In SWC Netmen Gain Experience It was a suprise season for the UofA golfers, as well as golf coach Duddy Waller. The Razorbacks finished second in the final SWC standings, and lost the crown by only one-half a point. The golfers competed in 15 matches during the sea¬ son, including seven conference matches. Baylor won the crown with 25 points, Arkansas had 24% and Texas trailed with 24. None of the team members are seniors and Waller is looking for an even stronger team next year with the help of top-flight freshmen moving up. The Porker tennis squad, under the direction of new coach Dr. Dale Robey, was faced with the problem of too little experience and an ambitious schedule this season. A highlight of the season was a four-match win streak late in the year against several top opponents including nationally ranked Wichita State. The netman also played such prominent teams as North Texas St., East Texas St., Southern Illinois and Washington Uni¬ versity. The complete squad returns next season and gives coach Robey both depth and experience. First. Row: Barry. Chaney, Setliff, Long. Second Row: Reding, Harding, Buell. 329 Shoats Gather Game Experience A tenacious defense characterized the ' 65 frosh as they harass the OSU quarterback into a quick pass that was intercepted. It was a big year for the football and basketball Shoats. Both teams finished their respective seasons on the winning side. The freshmen football team went 3-2, bringing their five-year record to 22-2-1, with three undefeated seasons. The Shoat basketballers also did well, finishing 10-2, losing once to Bacone Junior College and once to Crowder junior College. The Shoat football team opened with SMU, losing 14-10 to the Ponies. But in the next outing against Texas Tech, the freshmen downed the Picadors, 23-19. Oklahoma State’s frosh came to Fayetteville for the Shoats’ only home game of the year, and the Arkansas frosh won 17-0. In a game in which all field goals were scored, North Texas State handed the Shoats their second loss, 6-3. A 35-24 win over the Tulsa Gales capped the season. Fullback Glen Hockersmith was the leading ground gainer for the season, picking up 246 yards on 56 carries. He was followed by Mickey Smith with 131 yards. Noel Dempsey was the leading passer with 18 of 35 complete for 286 yards. Gary Adams was second in that category with 15 of 33 for 194 yards. David Cox was the leading receiver, snagging 14 passes for 270 yards. Bruce Maxwell trailed him with 14 for 124. Cox and Adams were the leading scorers with 18 points apiece. The Shoat offense gained experience in the Broyles-brand of the I formation, and by the OSU game they were able to turn on steam. 330 The Shoats pract iced a tenacious defense in forcing the other team into numerous errors which complemented their high-scoring offense. The freshmen were undefeated in 1961, 1963 and in 1964. In five years they have lost only two games. The Shoat basketball team combined speed with talent and came up with their best season in several years. Under the leadership of coach Duddy Waller, the Shoats played primarily a junior college schedule. The frosh opened with two straight wins before drop¬ ping a game to Bacone. After two more wins, the Shoats sustained their second loss, this time to Crowder. After that, it was all victory as the Shoats put together a six-game winning streak to close out the season. The final two wins avenged their only defeats. They downed Crowder in the next-to-the-last game 73-67, then came back with a narrow 66-65 win over Bacone. The highlights of the year were two wins over Beebe J. C., 90-49 and 89-69. Four Shoats finished the season in double figures. Gary Stephens dominated both scoring and rebound¬ ing with a 15.2 scoring average and 118 rebounds. He hit 81% of his shots. Darrell Paul followed with a 12.5 average; Kenny Bailey scored 10.8 and Jackie Kimbrough hit 10.4. Bailey was second in rebounding with 77, followed by Paul with 73. Battling for a loose ball, the Shoats out-man Bacone Junior College on their way to a six-game winning streak and vengeance for an earlier loss. 331 Men ' s Intramurals draws 3000 men into the hot competition for sweepstakes points. Basketball is one of the two major point sports. ’Murals Draw 3000 Men The Intramural Department, under the direction of Dr. Rodney Ryan, plays an important part in campus life. First semester alone, over 3,000 participated in the intramural program which spans over 15 seperate ac¬ tivities. With Sigma Chi defending the annual sweepstakes trophy for men in the AAA Division, the Sigma Pis swept touch football, while Phi Delta Theta won the basketball crown. In the running for the sweepstakes trophv this season were the Phi Delts, the Sigma Nu’s and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Because of the growth of the program this year over last year, the intramural office was hard-pressed at the start of the year to find enough football teams for all those which entered the four divisions set up. Part of the Washington County Fairgrounds was set aside. The intramural department is designed to fill the need in student life for a well-rounded sports program. Men’s intramurals are divided into four divisions: AAA for fraternities and the Law School; AA, also for fraternities; Dorm League for freshmen and upper¬ classmen independents living on campus and Inde¬ pendent for any other participating groups. Dr. Rodney Ryan Intramural Director 332 WRA ' s version of speed-ball is a wild affair which has been known to come to a close in the infirmary. DG Wins WRA Award Delta Gamma won the Women’s Recreation Associ¬ ation sweepstakes award, barely nudging Futrall Hall by two points this year. The sweepstakes competition came down to the final event of the season — archery - and Delta Gamma scored a second place to win the title. The WRA, headed by Mrs. Billie Jean Litle, as¬ sociate professor of physical education, is designed to fulfill a need for organized sports activities among the women’s living groups. This year over 15 teams competed with 300 girls participating for the sweepstakes award. Activities in¬ cluded speed-ball, basketball, volleyball, archery, swim¬ ming, diving, dance, badminton, softball and table tennis. The men ' s Intramural office is a hectic place all year long supervising the competition in four different leagues at UofA. Cheerleaders Jon Keel Suzanne Stobaugh — Captain Robin Cash Missy Alford Woody White Joe Sing Patsy Nelson Alan Moore 334 Drum Majors: Sandy Porter, standing , and Bill Woolly. Drum Majors, Majorettes Lead Band Majorettes: Johnny Helms (featured twirler), Juli Ellis, Diana Rowland, Sandra Ward, Betty Steel (line captain), Jamie Wallin, Josie Matlock, Diane McKinney, Linda Keene, Linda Newton, Susie Gerety, Judy Dupree (featured twirler). 335 Bill Woolly and Sandy Porter lead the wild, wacky and exuberant March¬ ing Razorbacks into the Greek Theatre for the Texas game pep rally. Razorback Band The Marching Razorbacks again set their traditional excellent standard of maintaining the backbone of Razorback spirit under the qualified direction of Dr. Richard Worthing¬ ton. They attended every home game and Lit¬ tle Rock game and sent a pep band to every out-of-town game plus the full band to the SMU game in Dallas. They were televised on national TV twice and once on regional TV. They held pep rallies not only in Fayetteville but also in Little Rock and Dallas. The band continued its short order drill style with over 140 band members. The band used two featured twirlers this year, and for first time, boy and girl — Judy Dupree and Johnny Helms. 336 Creates Spirit And Pageantry Those booming, incessant Arkansas drums have become a legend around the Southwest Conference. Raot nazo Anxious and straining faces of Razorback bandsmen reflect the desperate situation on the field in this year ' s Cotton Bowl game. PUBLICATIONS a t M ■ It - I Staff Works Year Round On Book The RAZORBACK staff was a hodge-podge to a great extent this year, but an editor could hope for no better. Of course, the editor himself was completely new to the staff, having been appointed on Sept. 1, to fill the vacancy created when Sam Yager was re¬ moved from the position late in the summer. The greatest asset was a knowing business manager, and Hank Weaver was just that and more. He organized a business venture of over $55,000 into a smooth run¬ ning machine. But more than that, he was willing to work for the new editor and supplied that much-needed ingredient of support. Missy Alford, busy as she was, found time to stop in and do some of the jobs that are normally below the dignity of an associate editor. She never complained or pulled rank. She was around especially during the last do or die months. Jean Dodd, the organization section editor, did the herculean task of putting together that section of the RAZORBACK. She had to whine, wheedle, apologize and cajole the presidents and members to get their pictures taken and identify the people in them. To her goes the award as the most diligent worker. Burke Johnston pulled through the huge classes section and also furnished a lot of fun with her roving camp of Kappas. Johnny Shelby Editor Amanda Fair Copy Staff Ginger Shiras Copy Editor 3)1 RAZORBACK STAFF Editor Johnny L. Shelby Business Manager Hank Weaver Associate Editor Missy Alford Division Chiefs Jan Bryant Don Henry Copy Editor Ginger Shir as Administration Editor Randy Marshall Classes Editor Burke Johnston Fine Arts Editor Karen Hudson Beauties Editor Valita Goza Personalities Editor Carol Lynn Taylor Sports Editor Chuck Hemingway Publications Editor Sylvia Spencer Organizations Editor Jean Dodd Military Editor Don Henry Index Editor Jane Ware Greeks Editor Sandra Moore Dorms Editor Carolyn Hall Staff Members Clia Doty Suzanne Stobaugh Carol Holt Mary Buie Suzanne Musgrave Susie Dodd Kathy Walton Shari Shively Johnny Jenkins Rosemary Todd Ken Maples Photographer Michael Barkley Missy Alford Associate Editor Many people were drafted as typists for the 1966 RAZORBACK; some were pledges, some were members and some just wandered in and were put to work. Typical of these are the three shown below: Susie Dodd, Kathy Walton and Suzanne Musgrave. 342 Valita Goza Beauties Editor Jane Ware index Editor Jan Bryant Division Chief One of the main faults of past RAZORBACKS, according to the people who rate them, has been the copy errors. Ginger Shiras and her staff worked dili¬ gently to correct these errors both before and after the copy went to the printers. Chuck Hemingway captured the mood of a second straight unbeaten season in his accounts of the foot¬ ball games. Sylvia Spencer, in spite of her job on the TRAVEL¬ ER, wrote the publications section and filled in a few of the other holes. She also gave up her spring vacation to help the editor over a hump. Carol Lynn Taylor was one of the most responsible people on the staff. When she made picture appoint¬ ments for the photographer, she went along to make sure the people showed up. Don Henry was one of the few men on the staff and therefore was called on to do many odd jobs wfrre AWS rules conflicted. He and Jan Bryant, division chiefs, were responsible for filling in when one of their section editors failed to produce. Karen Hudson did a good job with the fine arts section. She gave up a week of her Christmas vacation to help get the classes section to the engravers. Carol Holt operated as secretary for the RAZOR- BACK. She adequately handled the editor’s correspond¬ ence. Added to that, she worked night and day during the Christmas vacation on the classes section. In the early days, when the editor knew practically nothing, Jim Williams came through with the needed advice. Valita Goza got more publicity than anyone else on the staff while doing the beauties section. She was called upon bv the TRAVELER for fuel during the “John Shockey! where are you?” campaign. Sandra Moore was one of the busier staff mem¬ bers. However, she didn’t need too much time to do the Greek section — she’s an old hand at putting together a section. Carolyn Hall was in the same position, and with some help from Clia Doty, she got the dorms section into shape. Jane Ware finished up the index in a very professional manner in only a week’s time. Throughout the year there were many people who came over to do the little “dirty” jobs. Suzanne Stobaugh, Susie Dodd, Mary Buie, Kathy Walton, Jean Dodd Organizations Editor Shari Shively, Suzanne Musgrave, Johnny Jenkins, Rosmary Todd and several others filled in on the typewriters and other places. When you look through this book you will notice, first of all, the beautiful photography. The RAZOR- BACK has never had a better photographer than Mike Barkley. His pictures are great — they’re alive; they show imagination and many are pure works of art. Add to this the fact that he was extremely responsible. From a shakey beginning a real staff emerged to put out the largest RAZORBACK ever. Johnny Shelby Sandra Moore Carol Lynn Taylor Carolyn Hall Greeks Editor Personalities Editor Dorms Editor Hank Weaver ponders over how to get nine more pages of index copy and advertising into only eight more pages in the index section of the RAZORBACK. 344 Don Henry Division Chief Chuck Hemingway Sports Editor Karen Hudson Fine Arts Editor Shelby and Sper.cer, the original dynamic duo, argue over whether 1o cut Governor Faubus or Winthrop Rockefeller. Rockefeller got the nod. 345 Paper Covers Controversial Year For one whole year, darkness hid the hippopotamus. Quietly they stood in awe on that first day of the year, and looked. And it said: “Journalism is literature in a hurry.” And the American Flag was gone. Was it some vandal? No it was the personality. The TRAVELER staff. This was the year of personalities on the staff. Probably foremost in the minds of thousands was Sam Hugh Park, the professional college student, famous for his devilish advocates and his homespun humor. Sam worked as assistant editor for the year and gave his best effort to a new idea — the literary supplement called affectionately, B.S. The supplement only ran once, but plans are to run it more often next year. Firey and interpretive was Associate Editor Sylvia Spencer’s style. Sylvia, next year’s TRAVELER editor, maintained that plucky grasp of the news that makes for great reporting. Her editorials were oftentimes superb to the point of enraging those who she criticized. But after all. if she helped get those who would be lazy or incompetent move to more efficiency, the editorials served their purposes well. Smooth, slick and professional was Tom Cardin, managing editor first semester. Tom had that knack for knowing just how far along each story was pro¬ gressing and kept us alive with an abundance of ideas. Cid Sutoris Editor John Pemberton Business Manager Ray Vester Assistant Business Manager 346 Jackye Shipley Managing Editor Jackie Smith Carol Watson Associate Copy Editor Associate Copy Editor The five W ' s of journalism, plus one, dangle from the ceiling above the entrance to the journalism department in Hill Hall. 347 TRAVELER STAFF Editor Cid Sutoris Managing Editor Tom Cardin Jackye Shipley Assistant Editor Sam Hugh Park Associate Editor Sylvia Spencer Feature Editor Libby Ingram Sports Editor News Editor Chuck Hemingway Ellen Ann Ragsdale Dwain Cromwell Associate Copy Editor Jackie Smith Carol Watson Wire Editor Betsy Jacoway Society Editor Sue Brown Photographer Michael Barkley Assistant Photographer Ken Maples Staff Writers Russell Williams Don na Kay Cockran Tripper Cron kite Rich Johnson David Colston Jerry Cowee Kathy Walker Carol Wuesl Jo Ann Pryor Earl Young Business Manager John Pemberton Assistant Business Manager Ray Vester Circulation Manager Bob Luper Sylvia Spencer Associate Editor TRAVELER staff members decided that they lived so much like one, big family that they might as well have a formal picture taken of the group. 348 Tom Cardin Managing Editor Sam Hugh Park Assistant Editor JJ’JJj j i t ( Competent Jackye Shipley, managing editor second semester, showed that flair for enjoying the rest of our sarcasms and witticisms. Always there, she was an inspiration to dedication. Far and away the biggest news story to the TRAVELER staff, and the one that got the smallest play in the paper, was the running fight with certain campus “leaders” who would use the Traveler for their own purposes under the guise of “fairness to all.” In one attempt the board of publications was actu¬ ally given the unreal choice of whether or not to restrict fair comment and criticism of a candidate. It was an unusual battle which was fought in the name of freedom of the press by the editor and staff. And it is one which has made more secure a free student newspaper. There were others on the staff who made it fun and exciting: Sue Brown with her occasional visits to tin office, Libby Ingrum who gave us plenty to feature, Dwain Cromwell, who could never decide whether he was a politician or a journalist, Russell Williams who watched our moral cod s. Carol Watson with her talk of DG cookie shines, Richard Alan Young with his bewitching column, and of course Chuck Hemingway our faithful sports editor. We even had campus politicians writing for us: Mac Glover, Jim Lee Morgan and the irrepressible Jack Coleman. And there were more: Ellen Ann Ragsdale, hack from Europe served as our editorial assistant giving us insights on Jerusalem and Spain; Mike Barkley, the most dependable photographer ever, had a job that is bigger than we all imagine. Then there were the others: pledges for pledge points, interested budding writers, ambitious journa¬ lism majors and those who just honestly wanted to help. All in all darkness did hide the hippopotamus. But we loved it, every shadowy corner of Hill Hall. Cid Sutoris Almost unbelievably, the TRAVELER takes shape each day on the block in the printing plant. Since news always happens at night on the University campus, it sometimes has to be redone. 349 Dwain Cromwell News Editor Libby In " rum Feature Editor Betsy Jacoway Wire Editor Michael Barkley Photographer Jackye Shipley and Mr. Poley work over the forms putting the TRAVELER into shape so that it can be run on the presses the next morning. 350 Chuck Hemingway Sports Editor Jim Murphy makes corrections in a story for the paper. Ellen Ann Ragsdale News Editor Most headlines for the TRAVELER are set on the ludlow. Staff members of the AGRICULTURALIST collect copy from sources all across the nation in putting together their bi-annual magazine. AGRICULTURALIST STAFF Co-Editors Sam Kerr Bill O’Bar Associate Editor Beth Bryson Feature Editor Carol Bunge Staff Writers Annabel Boyd Connie Carnes Janet Nickerson Linda Richter Helen Hackney Roe Don Sloan Tim Woody Louise Campbell Gaye Karnes Len Cotton Photographer Michael Barkley Sam Kerr Co-Editor Agri Magazine Gets Face-Lifting Bill O’Bar Co-Editor The AGRICULTURIST is published twice yearly — once during the fall semester and again during the spring semester. The entire staff is from the College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Any Agri or Home Ec major who is interested in journalism is given an opportunity to write for the AGRI¬ CULTURIST. The publication of the fall edition was an exper¬ ience not to be forgotten! Although we started planning early, time always seemed to be at a premium. With help from Beth Bryson and Connie Carnes, we were able to come up with stories when we needed them most. Tim Woody, Anabel Boyd and Janet Nickerson also did excellent jobs on tough assignments. Our feature editor, Carol Bunge, was by the office often with ideas and suggestions. And there was Mike Barkley, the photographer. Between RAZORBACK and TRAV¬ ELER assignments, Mike managed to find time to do our photography. At the start of the second semester, we had several new people join our staff. Louise Campbell, Gaye Karnes, Jane Wickard and Len Cotton helped to get our picture-filled Agri Day edition to press. This year, the AGRICULTURIST received a face¬ lif ting. The joke page, with its not-so-funny jokes was removed, and the stories became more student orien¬ tated. Bill O’Bar and Sam Kerr Beth Bryson Associate Editor 353 ENGINEER Features Department The ARKANSAS ENGINEER is the official publi¬ cation of the College of Engineering. The magazine is published to bring a closer tie between alumni, pro¬ fessors and students. This year’s publication tried to show the broadening field of engineering by having topics from each of the Engineering departments. In one form or another, each cover represented the idea of a featured article or an important event such as St. Pat’s Week Although the ARKANSAS ENGINEER is devoted to articles of a technical nature, the ENGINEER main¬ tained a l ighter effect by having a joke page. There was, of course, the Dean’s Page, Engine House News and an editorial to add to its flavor. The St. Patricia pictures were once more given the ' ‘OK”; so each candidate was allotted two pages for her pictures and a short resume. The race was off with each engineer using the girls’ pictures as pin-ups. The magazine is sent to the high schools around the state to promote enrollment in the College of Engineering. Jim Robbins Editor The ENGINEER ' S feature staff and joke writers often write censorable material. 354 Assistant editors of the ENGINEER go over copy to remove all libelous material before it hits the market and Dean Brannigan ' s desk. The main feature of the magazine are St. Patricia candidates. STAFF Editor Jim Robbins Assistant Editor Tim Bearden Assistant Editor Kent Burnett Layout Editor Randy Murphy Feature Editor Richard Wright Feature Editor Phil Small Feature Editor Larry Jones Feature Editor Ray Owen Feature Editor Jon Keel Jokes Editor J. D. Cole Engine House News Phil Risher Engine House News Bill Owens Artist Johnny Fitton Photographer Mike Biggs Business Manager Jeff Kennington Advertisement Editor Jim Walker Circulation Manager Don Meade Board of Publications Prof. J. R. Bissett Dean G. F. Branigan 355 PREVIEW Shows Student Talent Examples of the best student art work from the year are published in PREVIEW. 357 John Harmon - C A’ BOOK Editor Jim tee Morgan and Gail Bigge preside over Board of Publications. Senate Sponsors Two Publications The Student Senate sponsors two publications, the “A” BOOK and the STUDENT DIRECTORY. John Harmon edited the “A” BOOK for the second year in a row. Bill Ebbert edited the STUDENT DIRECTORY. The “A” BOOK is the official handbook of student information for the University. It is published in the spring and distributed to incoming freshmen in the fall, during the orientation program. This year’s “A” BOOK was just like last year’s except it had a different cover. It contained features concerning activities at the University as well as in¬ formation about rules and regulations. The STUDENT DIRECTORY set a new record for early distribution. It beat John Harmon’s record by- three days. There were more pages, more copies, more color and more advertising in this year’s DIRECTORY. For the first time in the history of publications at the UofA, a journalistic endeavor was self-supporting. In fact, the DIRECTORY was not only self-supporting, it made a profit. With the profits, a color television set was bought for the Student Union lounge. Less Castleberry served as co-ordinating editor of the DIRECTORY. The rest of the staff included Bonnie Hunkapiller, Joanne Mailer, Lynda Lewis, Tommie Kay Ebbert and Mike Barkley. Bill Ebbert — DIRECTORY Editor 358 Senate Board Directs Publications The Board of Publications: Dean Whitney Halladay, Jan Turner, Jim Lee Morgan, Dr. Jess Covington, Russell Black, Carolyn Hall, Bill Hughes. Thanks mainly to Jim Lee Morgan, chairman of the Board of Publications, it can’t be said that the Board’s business was as slow and obscure as usual. The campus in general and the TRAVELER staff in particular was made more aware of the Board’s presence. An attempt, which originated in Hill Hall and died in the Senate, was made to change the structure of the board. Presently, student membership rotates among the presidents of MIHC, WIHC, Pan-hellenic and 1EC. Permanent members include the chairman of the Journalism Department, the president of AWS, the Director of Information and an appointee of the Faculty Senate Committee on Publications, who in the past has always been the Dean of Students. A more journalistic board was recommended by the Constitutional Revisions Committee, but vetoed in the Senate. The Dean of Students was added as an ex- officio, non-voting member of the Board, however. The Board has the ambiguous responsibility for seeing that journalistic ethics are adhered to in all publications. This is a sore point between publications personnel, since the non-journalistic board and the journalism students don’t always agree on what con¬ stitutes responsible journalistic ethics. The Board elects the editors of the TRAVELER, RAZORBACK, “A” BOOK and STUDENT DI¬ RECTORY. Sylvia Spencer hugs Mike Snipes in jubilation after being named editor for the 1966-67 TRAVELER in a March meeting at UofA. 359 Air Force ROTC Trains Cadets Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps prepares cadets for an active role in today’s Air Force. In the basic course this year cadets were instructed in the principles of flight, the various roles of the Air Force, its systems, tactics and first aid. After two years of basic instruction, qualified cadets are given an opportunity to join the advanced program. They are selected for leadership ability, academic standing, character and desire to be an Air Force Officer. In the two years of the advanced pro¬ gram, cadets are introduced to navigation, military law, meteorology and the many facets of the space program. Air Force advanced cadets must attend a summer camp where they receive first hand instruction in the work¬ ings of the Air Force and their role in it. Upon graduation, cadets are commissioned second lieutenants in the Air Force, and if qualified, are given an op¬ portunity to receive pilot or navigator training. Colonel Francis W. Nelson Seated : Col. Francis W. Nelson. Standing : Col. Moon, Maj. Seated : AIC Miller. Standing: AC Tweed, TSGT Sotile, TSGT Ouren, Capt. Brown, Capt. Rose, Maj. Jackson, Maj. Vanden- Guess, SSGT Roller, berg, Maj. Bradshaw. 362 Cadet Wing Staff First Row: Elder, Jacks. Varnadore, Moore, Allum, Hayes. Second Row : Roberts, Edwards, Cecil, Boudreaux, Yates, Hoyle. Cadet Officers First Row : Mayfield, Homyk, Baker, Boudreaux, Edwards, Moore, Ervin, Varnadore. Second Row : Jacks, Yates, Briesse, Ritchey, Coppage, Titus, Roberts. Third Row: Allum, Henry, Remagen, Hayes, Rogers, Weaver, Coleman, Mayo. Fourth Row: Fong, Florer. Rauch, Meredity, Elder, Williams, Pichard, Young. 363 Drum And Bugle Corps First Row : Jones, Stone, Picketts, Husted, Franke, Carter. Second Row : Ervin, Harkey, Daimier, Cilbrech, Robinson, Lea. Swing Band 364 Air Force Chorus First Row : Brackeen, Jones, Rice, Whiteley, Eldridge, Bol¬ ing, Gibson, Moore, Oglesby, Schumacker, Strother, Carroll, Pilley. Finney. Second Row: Bolton, Martinez, Stewart, Miles, Foster, Woodfield, Braswell, Crownover, Stephens, Looney, Base, Dodson, Tate, Spurlock. Third Row : Saulsbury, John¬ son, Rownak, Spilman, Wood. Sparks, Lange, Graham. Mc¬ Lendon, Kelly, Wittig, Davis, Savage, Scott, George. Fourth Row: Hart, Ossalt, New, Maddox, Smith, Murphy, Carroum, Cook, Watson, Stevens, Kinder, Matthews, Deweese, Hendrix, Lee (commander). Auxiliary Security Unit First Roiv: Morrison, Patterson, Gilchrist, Bradley, Riddell,, Disbrow, Webb, McDaniel, Frizzell, Root, Keeton, Sprigg. Sanders, Swaford, Gustin, Shellard. Second Row: Smith, Dennis, 365 Jacque Wilson Carolyn Freyaldenhoven Pam Simons Commander Operations Officer Administrative Officer Sandy Smith Executive Officer Rosalind Holt Comptroller Ellen Ann Ragsdale Information Officer 366 Angel Flight Represents AFROTC Angel Flight, or the Air Force’s answer to co educational ROTC, is a national organization of women who are selected to represent the AFROTC. It is spon¬ sored by the Arnold Air Society, but was initiated at the University of Arkansas by Col. Bryden Moon and Capt. Carl Rose. The main function of Angel Flight is representation of the AFROTC as a service organization. They act as hostesses and co-sponsors of many Air Force, Arnold Air Society and University functions. This year their activities included acting as hostesses for the Air Force art exhibit, Operation Warm-Heart, helping with the blood drive, acting as coordinators and supporters for the Crippled Children and Adult Centers of Arkansas, and sending delegates to the na¬ tional convention of Angel Flight. The Angels were represented by six members in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, a Phi Beta Kappa member, sorority presidents and many other honors both for scholarship and beauty. First Row: Irby, Peterson, Ragsdale. Tatman, Baldridge, Harris, Gilmore, Barden, Smith, Myers, Wilson. Second Row: Simons, Ziegler, Freyaldenhoven, Bigge, Holt, Goza, Johnson, Hunkapillar, Works. 367 Bill Edwards, Arnold Air Society president, opens discussion on one of the many service projects the AFROTC honor group undertakes. Arnold Air Acts As Service Group The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary society of advanced Air Force cadets. It was named after Gen. “Hap” Arnold, the first Army Air Force Chief of Staff. Members are chosen from Advanced Air Force cadets who must have a 3.00 accumulative in Air Science and a 2.5 overall grade point. The Arnold Air Society sponsors the wing drill team and air police units. It is active in the Toys for Tots campaign each year at Christmas and serves the University and the city of Fayetteville in many other ways. First Row: D. Miller, Palmer, Clark, Roberts, Mayfield, Rorie, Florer, Lane, Pickard, Clements, Elder, Henry, Bartlett, Baber, Coleman, Homyk. Second Row: Rauch, Jernigan, Mayo, Allum. M. Miller, Meredith, Ebdon, Knod, Edwards. Third Row : 368 First Row : Fong, James, Shepard, McKuin, Chaffin, Lee, Callo, Mary, Coleman, Vratsinas. Third Row: Deal, Moore, Raser, Hill. Second Row: Tatum, Martin, Pollard, Ellum, Me- Banks, Garrett, Clements, Hulen, Ritchey, Brice. Scabbard Blade Unites ROTC Scabbard and Blade is an honorary organization of advanced cadets from both the Army and the Air Force ROTC. It attempts to raise ROTC standards in all colleges, unite the two ROTC departments, promote friendship among cadets and, most important, to stimu¬ late the desire to gain military proficiency. Pledges are chosen by the members and are tapped in an impressive tapping ceremony which takes place on the drill field. After being tapped, inductives are given a trial period and are finally formally inducted into the society. Each week the society meets to discuss and find solutions to problems concerning the ROTC organi¬ zation. By this method suggestions from both organi¬ zations are heard. Sheri Savage was selected as this year’s sponsor. Sheri Savage Sponsor 369 Army ROTC Gains In Importance The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC as it is better known to most students, has become a daily part of the student’s life. In the past ROTC has been thought of as something to he tolerated, hut with the increased draft quota, it has assumed new importance on our campus. Established in 1873 through the Morril Act, ROTC has grown until it is now established on almost every college campus in the United States. The course of instruction is divided into two years of basic ROTC and, if accepted, two years of advanced study. The basic purpose of the course is to introduce students to the role of the mo dern Army and prepare him for an active role in that organization, if he so desires. During the basic course, cadets are introduced to the role, organization and structure of the Army, small bore marksmanship, map reading and the tra¬ dition and history of the Army. If qualified, the cadet is then offered the opportunity to enter the ad¬ vanced course. This will qualify him for commission upon graduation. The opportunity to enroll in the advanced course is based on several qualifications. Among these are leadership ability, academic standing, character and the desire to be an Army officer. The advanced course consists of studv in tactics, administration, law and radio. Along with this studv in basic Army skills, the cadet receives leadership training. Upon graduation, cadets are commissioned as second lieutenants and become officers in the regular Army. Colonel Lawrence G. Brown PSM S !“■ . 1,-11 A® ™ ' i - ' 3 First Row : Col. Lawrence Brown, Lt. Col, Ray Clardy, Lt. Col. Hodges Escue, Lt. Col. A1 Rosin, Major Lee Thorp. Second Row: Capt. James Miles, Capt. Willis Cooper, Major Jerry Colman, Capt. Charles Bobinson. First Row: MSgt. Orville Garrett. Sp-5 Frank Childs, SMaj. Alexander Simko. Second Row: SFC Grady McDaniel and SFC Bernard Contrella. 370 Brigade Staff First Row : James, Vratsinas, Lee. Second Row : Pollard, Pilkington, Martin, Hostetter. Senior Officers First Row: James, Vratsinas, Lee, Pilkington, Pollard. son, Anderson, Ward, Duncan, Moody. Foster. Third Row: Martin, Hostetter, Shepard, Cohen, DeSalvo. Reynolds. Second Chaffin, Deal, McKuin, Banks, Garrett, Chapman, Nichols, Row: Tatum, Morgan, Bennet, Grey, McCallo, McCulley, John- Bradley, Willis, Tates. 371 Junior Officers First Row : Sandlin, Scharpf, Johnson, Hill, Lindsey, Carter, Diggers, Stickman, Green, Andemagni, Vassau, Brice, Smith. Second Row : Wagner, Stewart, Hulen, Selig, Henderson. Marius, Phegley, Stockes, Westmoreland, Fleischmann, Windford, Therel. Third Row: William, Bradley, Lakes, Morgan, May, Blanz, Caseg, Alston, Seris, Stuble, O’Neal. Fourth Row: Martensen, Backus, Kirby, Trice, Regan, Borchert, Reif, Gathing, Rash, Agee. Army RO I C Band First Row: Dahms, Bowers, Smalley, Holten, Deere, Betton, Moore, Emey, Kauffman, Papp. Second Row: King, Johnson, Lawrence, Nelson. Fletcher. Condit, McGaugney, Pelphrey, Mc¬ Cormick, Bailey, Cead, Barry, Matthews. 372 Pershing Rifles Sponsor Drill Team Pershing Rifles, founded in 1894 by General John G. Pershing, is a national military society for cadets in the military science program. Its purpose is to further excellence on the drill field. Members are se¬ lected for leadership, proficiency in drill and partici¬ pation in ROTC activities . During the year, the Pershing Rifles serve as honor guard for visiting dignitaries and sponsor a drill team that is the showpiece of the Brigade. This year the members traveled to New Orleans to participate in the Mardi Gras Parade. Kathy Ivey was selected as the 1965-66 Pershing Rifles sponsor. Pershing Rifles First Row: Nichols, Iney, Tharel, O’Neal, Woodard, Loibner, Guire, Craus, Burns, Nesbitt, Rash, Kinney. Scrivner. Third Alexander, Bogy, Johnson, Manete. Sham, Fffland, Snyder. Sec- Row: Robison, Storm, Stalays, Hamilton, Freeman, Fetherlof, ond Row: Spooner, Gay, Jamison, Rouner, Carle, Spenser, Me- Whitehead, Woodruff, Neal, Netzer. Freeman, Jenkins, Mercing. Kathy Ivey Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel 373 Marilynda Green Honorary Cadet Colonel Pam Grissinger Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel Kim Robertson Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel Jeanie McFarland Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel Army Sponsors Diana Wallin Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel 374 John McCalla barks out orders and looks tough for the freshmen cadets on the drill field of UofA during a lesson in leadership. ORGANIZATIONS Agri Association All students in the College of Agriculture and Rome Economics may be members of the Agri Students As¬ sociation. ASA meets twice monthly, and its biggest project is Agri Day, a yearly event. Agri Day includes a rodeo, banquet, tours and the selection of an Agri Queen. First Row: Cureton, Richter, Sisson, Bratton, Smith, Dren- nan, Scarborough, Bunge, Hersey, Hornsby, Parsons, Carnes. Second Row : Bradley. Keathley, Nash, Formby, Harris, Smith, Jenkins. Third Row: Pettus, Maples, Reinhardt, Wilber, Run¬ yan, Black, Kendrick, Keathley, Bridges, Keith. Fourth Row: Starling, Gran, Cotton, Oakes, Hale, Wingert. Pearson, May, Bryant, Allered, McCain. Fifth Row: Barton, McNea, O’Bar, Kerr, Reed, Baldwin, Goff, Mitchell, May, Hull, Groce, Black. OFFICERS: Mickey Wilber, president; Bill Green, vice- president. Second Row: Nancy Bratton, secretary; Stanley Win¬ gert, treasurer; Herbert Wingert, publicity chairman. 378 Accounting Association The Arkansas Accounting Association is open to any student with one semester of accounting. Its purpose is to better relationships between students and faculty and acquaint students with how accounting principles are applied in actual practice. Each year, the Associ¬ ation has a banquet with corporate and tax accountants as speakers on practical application of accounting. They have monthly meetings and play host to any company which comes on campus to interview students. They have an outing and a smoker each semester. First Row: McClain, Edwards, Trammell, Walker, Moles. Second Row: Fitzgerald, McNulty, Matthews. Halford, Nowlin. OFFICERS: Allen Fitzgerald, treasurer; Ken Matthews, pres¬ ident; Milton Halford, secretary; Joe Edwards, vice-president. Agronomy Club The Agronomy Club, which is composed mainly of agronomy majors, strives to enrich and entertain its members by having speakers from various fields at the meetings. The club works together to select speakers of general interest. Other activities include outings, contests and sending delegates to the national convention. First Row: Waddle (sponsor), Runsick, Crandall, Keisling, Keith. Second Row: Place, Humphreys, McDaniel, Laurent, Chapman. OFFICERS: Herbert Keith, vice-president; Terry Keisling, treasurer. Second Row: John McDaniel, corresponding secre¬ tary; Glen Laurent, secretary; Walter Crandall, president. 379 Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma, a national professional chemistry and chemical engineering fraternity, was founded on this campus in 1928. Membership is taken from students from all classes in chemistry. They work toward the advancement of the chemical profession. Functions in¬ clude the yearly Science Fair and tutoring in chemistry. First Row : Strnad, Fowler, Lum, Arthur, Wilson, Groce, Gwynn. Second Row: Martin, Thurston, Goy, Whittington, Steenberg, Koch. Third Row: Miller. Reid, Brandon, McIntyre, Majors. OFFICERS: Marland Thurston, treasurer; Mitchell Whit¬ tington, vice master alchemist; Jim Fowler, reporter. Second Row: John Martin, master alchemist; John McIntyre, master of ceremony; Jimmy Strnad, recorder. OFFICERS: A1 Bell, president; Horace Fikes, vice-presi¬ dent. Second Row: Ronnie Blankenship, secretary; Joe Hender¬ son, master of ritual; Joe Nowlin, treasurer. Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi, the professional business fra¬ ternity, is composed of men who are candidates for a degree in business administration. The UofA chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is the largest in the nation. During the year field trips are taken and guest speakers, are invited to meetings. First Row: Blankenship, McLarty, Adair, Berry, Wilson, Marino, Stokes. Second Row: Fikes, Lewis. Ball, Walker, Dunn, Kyzer, Sheddy. Third Row: Nowlin, Henderson, Robinson, Hayes. Risener. England. 380 Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Epsilon Delta is the international pre-medical society, and it was founded on this campus in 1938. Membership in Alpha Epsilon Delta is based primarily on scholarship. The meetings during the year provide an opportunity for the members to hear and become acquainted with outstanding guest speakers. First Row: Lee, Davis. Rouse, Thomas, Elliot, Pugh, Spar¬ row. Second Row: Jepson, McNair, Garner, Grubbs, McKay, Worrell, Smead. Third Row: May, Embry, Harowitz, Thain, Emert, Sacks, Thurlby. OFFICERS: Alan Lee, vice-president; Judy Elliott, secre¬ tary; Bob Thurlby, president. Second Row: Dr. Sacks, sponsor; Robert Thornton, treasurer. 381 OFFICERS: Edward M. Knod, Jr., sergeant at arms; Jane Neely, sweetheart; Ollie Campbell, president. Second Row: Darrel Rice, secretary; Curtis Barton, treasurer; Lawrence J. Pendleton, vice-president. Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is the largest national service organization, with over 400 chapters which serve campus, community and country. Its members help with registration, campus tours, March of Dimes drive and various special projects such as their road rally. The national service is the Peace Corps. All members must have a 2.0 and must have been associated with Scouting. First Row: Worrell, Brannan, Neely, Campbell, Pendleton, Harris. Second Row: Williams, Hayden, Slack, Largent, Moore, Christal, Third Row: Hall, Rice, Northern, Martin, Knob. Pate. Fourth Row: DuBois, King, Yeager, Barton, Newtown, Massey, Ayers, Roberts. 382 Alpha Lambda Delta An honorary organization for freshmen women, Alpha Lambda Delta helps in tutoring, registration and other activities during the year. The members must have a 3.5 grade point, and they serve during the second semester of their freshman year and the whole sophomore year. They present an award to the senior woman with the highest gradepoint per semester and a certificate to all women above a 3.5. First How: Henderson. Goph, Harris, Cochran. Terrill, Spen¬ cer. Second Row: Raymond, Wilson, Hilliard, Mittelstaedt, Sil¬ vers. Third Row: Carrett, Culbertson, Irby, Northcutt, Harris, Beatty, Harrell, Herndon. Fourth Row: Arnold, Walk, Brooks, Upton. Rivers. OFFICERS: Carol Harris, president; Judy Herndon, vice- president; Donna Kay Cochran, secretary, Jan Harris, treasurer. Alpha Pi Mu Alpha Pi Mu is the honorary industrial engineering fraternity, with a membership selected from the top fifth of the junior class and the top third of the senior class. Their purpose is to forward interest in the fields of industrial engineering. This year, the national convention was held here on campus with Dr. Lillian Gilbreath as principal speaker. First Row: Kellogg, Jordan, Palmer, Jennings, Kirk. Second Row: Imhoff, Wells, Duke, Hairston, Etien. Third Row: Dedll, Searcy. Whitson, Zarnitz, Thomas, Cochran, Hale, Libech. OFFICERS: Beville Searcy, president; Bob Etien, vice-presi¬ dent; Glennard Palmer, corresponding secretary. Second Row: Hank Wells, treasurer; Bill Jennings, publicity; Dickie Hair¬ ston, recording secretary. 383 Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta is an honorary service organization for the College of Agriculture. Membership is drawn from the upper two-fifths of the University enrollment from the College. They must be at least a second semester freshman. Functions of the club are services given to the College of Agriculture. Their big project of th 3 year is their tutoring service. First Row : Selph, Hillard, Webb, Gillum, Keathley, Runyan, Rentfro, Cooper. Second Row : Smith. Gillurt, Birmtt, Woodv, Henderson, Bridges, Wingert. Third Row : Cole, Fambrough, Crandall, McGuire, Abbott, Goodner. Bahr. Fourth Row: Croc?, Hull, (TBar, McDaniel, McNeal, M rris n. Lawrence, Cotton. OFFICERS: Jimmy Young, chancellor; Doelas Landes, cen¬ sor. Second Row: Quinton Cooper, Scribe; Ronnie Barnett, treas¬ urer; Bill O’Bar, chronicler. Institute Of Architecture The local chapter of the American Institute of Architecture acts on behalf of the architecture students in helping them learn more about their role in the national group. The national organization is the pro¬ fessional group for the nation’s architects, and it is the voice and governing body of the architects. First Row: Williams, McWilliams, Rousseau, Oishi, Crump¬ ton, Copeland. Shuman, Farrar, Hanry. Second Row: Gammill, Jackson, Finefield, Ayres, Jones, Keeton, Canino, Johnson, Tur- chi. Third Row: Jones, Marquess, Burson, Renshaw, Townley, Dean, Campbell. Schrapla, Powers, Norcross. Fourth Row: Cus- ick, Sims, Hoggard, Dupree, Loyd, Skaggs, Sickle, Herndon, Mc- Millin, Thompson, Faught, Hastings, Jackson. OFFICERS: David Joe Brown, president; Eric Thompson, vice-president; Nan Ellen Jackson, secretary; Dick Savage, treasurer. 384 Home Economics Any student in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics can be a member of the American Home Economics Association. AHEA promotes interest in careers in Home Economics at their monthly meet¬ ings. They have various service projects through the year. Kathy Kneu, a member of the local chapter, is historian of the state association. First Row: Call, Drennan, Nash, Fox, Hersey, Ross, Hornsby, Carnes, Formby. Second Row: Bratton, Sisson, Pettus, Parsons, Richter, Hogue, Nickerson, Bradley. Third Row: Bennett, Turn¬ er, Starling, Jenkins, Roberts, Rinie, Grannan, Smith. OFFICERS: Christy Jenkins, president; Diane Formby, sec¬ retary; Carolyn Hornsby, treasurer; Bonnie Fox, historian; Evelyn Sisson, reporter. 385 KjJr „y lL J M • v Jm A S 1 .K. _ OFFICERS: Tom Kirk, president; Tim Bearden, vice-presi¬ dent; Pat Jordan, secretary-treasurer; J. D. Cole, scribe. Industrial Engineers The American Institute of Industrial Engineers is an organization for all industrial engineers. It forms a link between student and professional industrial en¬ gineers, develops interest in industrial engineering and works for the betterment of student-faculty relations. It is a service organization that helps with the Engi¬ neering Open House, and it is sponsored by the Little Rock and Tulsa senior chapters of AIIE. First Row : Hart, Jordan, Palmer, Cole, Root, Hairston, Liberto, Kirk, Ollor, Sellick. Second Row : Imhoff, Wells, Kel¬ logg, Jennings. Duke, Etien, Beall, Cochran, Bearden, Sellick. Third Row: Helm, Yates, Searcy, Cowan, Zarnitz, Whitson, Hale, Thomas, J. Thomas, Bean. 386 Chemical Engineers The local chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was founded on this campus in 1935, with the purpose of encouraging interest in the field of chemical engineering. Several meetings are held each year so the members can hear guest speakers on the problems and achievements of chemical engi¬ neers. First Row : Parson. Owen, Owens, Douglas, Witherington. Second Row: Klein, Hulse, Poole, Covey, Bray, Fowler. Third Row: Johnston, Sanders, Wright, Roberts, Anderson, Barton, Chambers. Fourth Row: Reid, Robbings, Brothertson, Gore, Miller, Strnad, Whittington. OFFICERS: Ray Owen Jr., president; Tom Sanders, vice- president; Cloyce Miller, secretary; Frank Roberts, treasurer; Steve Reid, Senate representative; Joe Klein, junior represent¬ ative. ASAE—Agri Engineers All agricultural engineers are eligible for member¬ ship in the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. The chapter meets twice monthly and has speakers and programs to familiarize its members with agricultural engineering careers and problems. The ASAE par¬ ticipates in the Engineer’s Week Open House and has a fall and spring outing each year. First Row: Benedict, Wilson, Snawder, Holloway. Second Row: Jones, Stringer. Garner, Fowlkes, Mayo. Third Row: Rowe, Smith, Davis, Gar, Lowell, Black. Fourth Row: Chism, New¬ town, Brown, Wright, Hackworth, Bruce. OFFICERS: Henry Rowe, president; Mike Jones, vice-pres¬ ident. Second Row: Glenford A. Newtown Jr., secretary; Hix Smith Jr., treasurer; Glen Davis, scribe. 387 OFFICERS: Gus M. Vratsinas, president; Clyde F. Stewart, vice-president. ASCE—Civil Engineers The American Society of Civil Engineers is com¬ posed of students majoring in civil engineering and serves to set up professional contacts and provide speakers from the varied fields of civil engineering. Activities of ASCE include taking field trips, projects for Engineer’s Week Open House and a spring banquet or outing. First Row : Stewart, Schroeder, Stuart, Harriell, Dockery, Ryles, Belcher. Second Row: Tanner, Hirsch, Hamilton, Martin, Grounds, Lukso, Chaffin, Holder. Third Row: Vratsinas, Ma¬ lone, Brown, Woods, Martin, Patterson, Murphy, Flowers. Animal Industry The Animal Industry Club is an animal husbandry group which is open to students in the fields of animal and poultry husbandry. The group is primarily in¬ volved in sponsoring judging teams in intercollegiate contests. First Row: Bell, Woody. Bowen, Dodgen, Canant, Hilliard Second Row: Phelps, Hull, Looney, Morrison, McGuire, Shearer, Snoderly. Third Row: Scott, Wiggins, Gross, Cole, Beck, Bridges, Higgins, Heck. OFFICERS: Jerry Canant; Frank Phelps; Steve Hull. Sec• ond Row: Wayne Bell; Dr. K. W. Scott 388 Mechanical Engineers The American Society for Mechanical Engineers was founded in 1880 as a national organization for pro¬ fessional engineers. ASME has the purpose of broaden¬ ing familiarity between students and the practical side of mechanical engineering. It makes its library facilities available to interested persons and keeps students in¬ formed about engineering progress. First Row: Pile, Herrington, Jaycox, Hamilton, Clemens, Freeman. Second Row: Taylor, Adcox, May, Stiff, Willis, Parker. Third Row: Wagner, Brown, Cook, Precure, Owen. OFFICERS: David Laney, president; Preston Adcox, vice- president; Charles Morgan, secretary; Martin Michael May, treasurer. 389 Don Walker, president; Whit Hall, treasurer. OFFICERS ABC Pledge Class The ABC pledge class is made up of representatives from each living group on campus. They boost spirit by sending telegrams to the team at out of town games, decorating goal posts, selling streamers, making torches for torchlight parades and other projects. They also attend as many sports events as possible. First Row: Harris, Laughlin, Murphy, DuRell, Gillis, Hicky. Gilbert, Baker, Darks, Dairs. Second Row: Rowls, Randle, Bell, Pendergrass, Wickard, Tedford, Ziegler, Wright, Peterson, Mc- Caughan, Butter, Luker. Third Row: Barnett, Dixon, Willis, Buey, Hall, Goodman, Puryear, Aclin, Farr. Fourth Row: Row¬ land, Jamison, Tarpley, Murphey, Cushing. Moore, Cure, Wise¬ man. Fifth Row: Bemis, Seeger, Hodges, Elrod, McGaha, Walk¬ er, Thompson, Whatley. Sixth Row: Jackson, Speaker, Bell, Massey, Williams, Shadwick, Sanderlin, Roberds, Lay, Walker, Priddy, Dempster, Hunt, Green, Hill. 390 Arkansas Booster Club The Arkansas Booster Club was organized to sup¬ port athletic teams, boost spirit and provide organized pep activities. Membership is composed of all former ABC pledges. ABC sponsors the pep rallies, Homecom¬ ing Activities and Dad’s Day every year; sit in a group at games and lead campus spirit. First Row: Bowen, Jackson, Thomas, Erwin, Terrell. Second Row: Rice, Biggers, Cohen, Woodson, Robason, Rivers. Third Row: Porter, Woolly, Moore, Rownak, White. OFFICERS: Cal Biggers, president; Judy Jackson, secre¬ tary; Mike Thomas, pledge trainer. AWS Legislative Board AWS Legislative Board is to give women students a representative form of government and a voice with the administration. It is made up of the chairmen of various standing boards, elected representatives from each women’s living groups on campus and the chair¬ man is the vice-president of AWS. First Row: Mangelsdorf, Baker, Dilliard, Finkbeiner. Feni- more, Spencer, Hall, Heath, Mosley. Second Row: Walton, Elliott, Bradley, Mackie, Ppool, Wilson, Hubbard, Booth. Roba¬ son, Kraich, Wing. Third Row: Anderson, Holcomb, Garrett, Yancey, Scroggin, Goodwin, Wilson, Cash, Balir, Robichaux, Gannaway, McCreight. OFFICERS: Beth Yancey, president; Phyllis Scroggin, vice-president; Carolyn Hall, secretary, Robin Cash, treasurer. 391 Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the campus ministry of the Southern Baptist Convention. It emphasizes active church membership, evangelism, missions, study, worship, service and recreation. All students are wel¬ come to participate in its program and to use the facilities provided in the Baptist Student Center. First Row: Jones, Johnson, Williamson, Gatlin, Donohou. Second Row : Clark, Fox, Brodie, Wilkinson, Brodie, Seitz, Gill. Third Row: Runyan, Worrell, Martinez, Starling, Hodges, Harris, Smith, Horton. Fourth Row: Finney, Blackwell, Tweedle, Bar¬ ton, Ervin, Smith, Scott, Lohmar. OFFICERS: Rodger Kline, president; Bud Storey, vice-presi¬ dent; Davidson H. Humphreys, secretary; Carl Gibbons, alumni secretary. Blue Key Blue Key is a national honorary leadership fra¬ ternity for juniors and seniors with a 2.5 accumulative and leadership qualities. It sponsors Arkansas Career Day on campus and Razorback Day on the weekend of the first home football game of the season. The Blue Key Alumni Banquet is held at Homecoming. First Row: Vratsinas, Owen, Harriell, Kline, Black. Ross. Second Row: Gibbons, Harrod, Switzer, Glover, Ray. Third Row: Nash, Harper, Feilke, Lea, Dillard, Williams. Fourth Row: Scroggin, O’Bar, Pollard, Humphreys, Shelby, Storey, McKuin. 392 Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi is the national accounting fraternity. It is an honorary scholastic and professional organiza¬ tion whose goal is that of strengthening the account¬ ing profession. Scholarship and leadership qualities are the qualifications looked for in selecting members of this fraternity. At the monthly meetings, programs in¬ clude guest speakers outstanding in the accounting pro¬ fession and speaking on problems and accomplishments in the accounting field. First Row: Setser, Guinn, Smith, McCulloch. Wewers, Chand¬ ler. Second Row: Reeves, Wyatt, Martin, Campbell, Halsey, Howell, Renfrow. Third Row: McCurdy, Walker, Williams, Hanna, McCain, McNulty. Fourth Row: Hyden, Gash, Berry, Brogeson. Fitzgerald, McKuin. OFFICERS: Ray Gash, president; Barry McKuin, vice-presi¬ dent; Ronald Setser, vice-president. Second Row: Alan B erry, recording secretary; Carolyn McCulloch, corresponding secre¬ tary; Wallace Borgeson, treasurer. S93 Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon is the honorary civil engineering fra¬ ternity. Its membership is drawn from the top third of the junior and senior classes. Its purpose is to recognize and aid outstanding students in their pursuit of an engineering career. Chi Epsilon participates in Engineer’s Week and joint-sponsors speakers with ASCE. First Row: Stuart, Schroeder, Harriett, Dockery, Ryles. Sec¬ ond Row: Hirsch, Martin, Grounds, Holder. Third Row: Stewart, Vratsinas, Martin, Patterson. OFFICERS: Gus M. Vratsinas, marshal; George William Hirsch, transit editor; V. M. Stuart, vice-president. Second Row: Clyde F. Stewart, president; Jerry W. Martin, pledge trainer; Jerry D. Holder, treasurer. 394 Cardinal XX Cardinal XX is a service organization of sophomores composed of outstanding freshmen from the previous year. They work during registration, fall orientation and with other service organizations. The sponsor is ODK. As the name indicates, it is composed of the twenty outstanding freshman men, and membership is based on leadership, scholarship, personality and campus activities. First Row : Stanley, McLarty, Rubins, McGrew. Second Row: McDanil, Keadle, Lewis, Emmert, Wineiland. Third Row: Ber¬ ner, White, Anthony, Felton, Hughes, Simpson. OFFICERS: Mac McLarty, president; John Hughes, vice- president; Bill Keadle, treasurer. Chi Theta Chi Theta is an honorary organization to promote the women’s role in business. Their members are drawn from sophomores, juniors and seniors with a 2.5 accumulative grade average in the College of Busi¬ ness Administration. Their functions are to decorate the BA building for Christmas, give a party for fresh¬ men women in business, publish a BA Organizations book and assist with Commerce Day. The sponsor of this organization is Mrs. Lee. First Row: McCulloch. Pemberton, Robinson. Dudney, Coch¬ ran, Brazil Second Row: Phillips, Law, Young, Ward, Caughron, Fuller. Third Row: Drake, Crain, Eskue, Leysath, Templeton, Hodges, Nelson. OFFICERS: Patsy Pemberton, vice-president; Carolyn Mc¬ Culloch, vice-president; Linda Eskue, president; Mary Buie, secretary. 395 Chimes Chimes is an honorary service organization for girls chosen during the second semester of their freshman year. They are active during their sophomore year. Chimes conduct guided tours, help with registration, Career Day, and Razorback Day and publish “On The Hill”. Their sponsor is Mortar Board. First Row : Yarrington, Perterson, Elliott, Mangelsdorf, Dud- ney, Harris. Second Row: Bell, Hammontree, Amis, Wickard, Wilson. Third Row: Bowen, Tatman, Norwood, Musgrave, Eaton, Irby, McKennon, Cochran. OFFICERS: Sharon Tatman, president; Suzanne Musgrave, vice-president; Susan Irby, historian; Sue Elliott, secretary. OFFICERS: Steve Harper, president. Civic Club The Civic Club, whose members are drawn from each living group, is representative of the entire student body. Representatives are elected for one year. In the fall, the Civic Club sponsors Singfony, and in the spring they sponsor the Campus Chest drive. All pro¬ ceeds from both go to charity. Mr. Neil Harmon is the faculty advisor. First Row: Erickson, Todd, Hammontree, Bowers , Jackson, Oakley. Henley, Finney. Second Row: Trowbridge, Mondstock, McHaney, Graybill, Coffield, Lessemann, Banks, Greer, Jeffery, Ligon. Third Row: Pollard, Gigneur, Bell, Taylor, Wuest, Jones, Harfley, McClaron. Hornick, Watson. 396 Circle K Circle K is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club and is made up of undergraduate men, most of which were in Key Club International in high school. It sponsors the Red Cross Bloodmobile and its members usher at football games and have weekly programs and dinner meetings. They assist the local Kiwanis Club with projects. First Row: Scobey, Reagor, Adams, Jennings, Gibson, El- bins, Tinsley, Price, Liggett, Hill, Chamberlin. Second Row: Davis, Bass, McHaney, Miles, Johnson, Manente, Houlette, Stubblefield, James, Greenberg. Third Row : Fairhead, Hall, Brown, Leek. Rodger, Stafford, Williams, Haigh, Alston. Fourth Row: Prewitt, Ligon, Allen, Boyd, Brown. Wood, Haynie, Ogden, Hartstein, Ellig, Young. OFFICERS: Claud Prewitt, president; Hugh Bass, treasurer; Bart Lindsey, social chairman. ? )7 OFFICERS: Collie Walker, president; Jim Coffield; Tom Lea. Commerce Guild The Commerce Guild is composed of all the mem¬ bers of the College of Business Administration. By working to unite the faculty and students of the Col¬ lege and by bringing in outside speakers, they promote and advertise the aims of business in the life of the campus. First Row : Campbell, Daugherty, Stobaugh, Eskue, Temple¬ ton, Sullins. Second Row: Sheddy, Nowlin, Henderson, McKuin. Third Row : Walker, Lea, Maurras, Coffield, Van Dalsem. 398 Academy Of Science The Collegiate Academy of Science is designed to promote an interest in science and scientific research on campus. Membership is limited to undergraduate science majors of sophomore standing or above, having a satisfactory scholastic record. The Academy sponsors monthly lectures by outstanding faculty members and encourages undergraduate research. First Row: Flowers, Ellis, Brambl. Second Row : Ross, Bar¬ ton, Lovell, Clahoun. OFFICERS: Kay Flowers, secretary; Bill Smead, president; Leslie Ellis, treasurer. 1 m V I f m m L Mt M ' r : 1 ■-« Engineering Council The Engineering Council, whose function is to govern and carry on the activities of engineering stu¬ dents, is composed of elected representatives from each of the engineering and technical organizations, along with the editor and business manager of the ARKAN¬ SAS ENGINEER. The big activity of the year is the sponsoring of Engineers Week. Membership is drawn from all classes. The sponsor is Dean Branigan. First Row: Owen, Walker, Vratsinas, Kline, Hirsch, Hall. Second Row: Stewart, Smith, Jones, Searcy, Ball. Kirk, Tanner. Third Row: Jennings, Brown, Kennington, Klein, Sanders, Owens, Hooper, Emmert. Fourth Row: Adcox, Robbins. Bearden, Womble, Schisler, Burnett, Eley, Reid. OFFICERS: Rodger Kline, president; Gus Vratsinas, vice- president; Bill Jennings, secretary; Ray Owens, Jr, treasurer. 399 Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu is the honorary fraternity for junior and senior electrical engineers. Its membership is drawn from the top students in each class. The members aid in an open house for engineers, help with the state science fair and have monthly meetings to learn more about the electrical engineering field. First Row: Duke, Taylor, Harris, Sava, Schell, Fincher, Johnson. Second Row: Clampii, Scott, Evans, Moser, Owens, Suitt, McClure, Ball. Third Row : Ballard, Boyd, Smart, Dryer, Soller, Epperson, McEuen. OFFICERS: Charles Duke, president; Don Ball, treasurer; Jim McClure, corresponding secretary. Second Row : Wayland Harris, vice-president; Tony Sava, recording secretary. OFFICERS: Robert Patton, president; Mike Moss, vice- president; Brenda Clem, secretary; Winnie Smith, treasurer. IFPC The Interfraternity Pledge Council is a directive and administrative body to encourage cooperation be¬ tween all pledge classes. The members are two repre¬ sentatives from each fraternity and sorority. Early in the spring semester, it sponsors the IFPC dance. This year IFPC raised money for two $100 scholarships by selling streamers and selected Ideal Pledges, one sorority pledge and one fraternity pledge. First Row: Smith, Givens, Finney, Murphy, Stephens, Hen¬ derson, Clem, Fann. Second Row: Burnhan, Elkins. Gibson, Futrall, Bjornberg. Third Row: Brown, Belcher, Patton, Akins, Sing, Garner, Mercer, Truner, Banks. Fourth Row: McHaney, Moss, Little, Parker, Rienhardt, Lorenzo, Martin, Greenberg, Maris. TOO Electrical Engineers The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi¬ neers, Inc., is the largest professional engineering soci¬ ety in the world. Student branches of the IEEE are established in more than 200 approved colleges, uni¬ versities and schools throughout the country. The In¬ stitute provides students with an unusual opportunity to associate educationally and socially with fellow en¬ gineering students through professional talks, group dis¬ cussions and projects. IEEE participates in the Engi¬ neer’s Week Open House and the Rally. OFFICERS: Noel Nash, vice-president; Kent Burnett, Engi¬ neering Council representative; Bill Miller, president; Paul Clampit, treasurer. 401 OFFICERS: Gary Matula, secretary; Dr. Worthington, spon¬ sor; Joe Rouse, president. Second Row : Ronny Franks, treas¬ urer; Richard Young, vice-president. Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is an honorary band fraternity and is composed of outstanding male bandsmen. Music is the common tie that brings these exceptional musi¬ cians together. The group holds regular meetings and sponsors several social events during the year. The mutual interests and abilities of the members furnish a strong bon d of fellowship and enthusiasm. First Row: Baker, Poore, Worthington, Smith, Sykes, Emory. Second Row: Porter, Rouse, Franks, Rash, Wright, Woolly. Third Roiv: Saar, Wagner, Bradley, Carmody, Hartman. Fourth Row: O’Neal, Meredith, Epley, Matula, Young, Atwood. 402 International Club The international students themselves sponsor the International Club, and all students and faculty of the university are welcome to meetings. At their meetings there are speeches, panel discussions and other social functions. Their purpose is to promote international peace and understanding. There is a yearly Interna¬ tional Night sponsored by the club. First Row : Rao, Shah. Kirkegaard, Isnard. Second Row: Dhruv, Ganapathy, Rue. Third Row: Jacobson, Sabu, Elliott, Baird. OFFICERS: Vladimir Bermudez, treasurer; Barbara Mc- Innis, vice-president; Inger Sundelin, publicity chairman; Jamil Shami, president. Marketing Club Marketing Club is an organization drawn from all marketing majors. It serves as a contact point between students and business leaders by bringing speakers to the campus and organizing field trips to observe business and industry in operation. The club discusses the practical problems of the business world and serves to unify the marketing majors. First Row: Riley, Carruth, Richards, Harper, Gorbet, Wil¬ liams, Oishi, Jeffery. Second Row: Banks, McHaney, Johnson, Williams, Thompson, Watson, DeMont, Cornett, Whelchel, Mc- Dougal, Winter. OFFICERS: Billy Ross, president; Ronnie Robinson, vice- president. 403 OFFICERS: Don Lum, secretary; A1 J. Caldwell, parlimen- tarian. Second Row: James Dismukes, president; Herschel Rice, treasurer; Edward Knod, vice-president. Sophomore Council The Men’s Sophomore Council aids the University in helping the incoming freshman adjust to a college life. The members of this honorary service organiza¬ tion are taken from freshman with leadership ability, high moral standards and an interest in serving others. The big project of the year is the Student-Faculty tea. This organization was founded in 1963. First Row: Woodson, Beaver, Wilson, Smith, Papp, Lum, Hartoon, Abernathy. Christal, Maddox. Second Row: Rice, Tuler, Mills, Sabbs, Wiggins, Ludwig, Berry, Caldwell, Wright, Knod, Lively. Third Roiv: Stanfield, Erwin, Ross, Smith, Risner, Reed, Gollon, Porter, Murphy, Whittle. Fourth Row: Salzman, Barton, Reed, Eblen, King, McNeill, Grigga, Massey, Kimery, Orr, Dismukes, Bryant, King. a 1 1 . L VJM L ! OFFICERS: Morris Arnold, vice-presdient; Dick Remke, president; Randy Stewart; Tom Cardin. Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa taps its members from the outstanding junior and senior men that meet the re¬ quirements of excellence in the fields of leadership, scholarship, athletics, publications, music and dramatic arts. ODK sponsors leadership school along with Blue Key and Mortar Board. This year it plans to compile a guide to help students select teachers and courses. First Row: Pemberton, Rousseau, Sparrow, Cardin, Jones, Wells. Second Row: Brown, Chandler, Reasoner, Martin, Shan¬ non, Henderson, Trammel. Third Row: Remke, McConnell, Womble, Lindsey, Stewart, Arnold, Leek. 404 Mortar Board Mortar Board is a national organization to honor outstanding senior women with the qualities of scholar¬ ship, leadership and service. The requirements are a gradepoint over the women’s accumulative and extra¬ curricular activities. There are 117 chapters across the nation, each of which must have no less than five members and no more than 25 members. First Row: Baldridge, Buercklin, Whitson, McFadden, Gad- berry. Second Row : Algord, McGehee, Leek, Yancey, Bigge. Third Row: Pryor, Scroggin, Hamner, Barnett, Truax, Temple. OFFIGERS: Martha Gadberry, vice-president; Sue McFad¬ den, secretary; Gail Bigge, song leader. Second Row: Lynn Temple, president; Sissy Leek, scholarship chairman; Donna Truax, editor. 405 OFFICERS: Kent Rubens, president; Hollis Reed, vice- president; Woody White, secretary; Mike Moles, treasurer. Phi Eta Sigma A grade average of 3.5 in the freshman year is required for membership in Phi Eta Sigma, the na¬ tional honorary fraternity for underclassmen. Their functions are to orientate the incoming freshmen and to serve at any other duty to which they are called. It was organized to give recognition to those under¬ classmen who achieved such high scholastic and leader¬ ship standards. First Row: White, Rubens, Hartstein, Goodner, Papp. Sec¬ ond Row: Whittle. Reed, Jones, Gore, Lovell, Bermuda. Third Row: Thorn, Rice, Barton. Burnett, Dismukes, Wingert. 406 PEM Club The purpose of the Physical Education Majors Club is to act as a coordinating professional and social organization for the students in the department. It encourages an understanding of physical education as applied to all people and advanced professional in¬ terest in physical education. First Row : Athergen, Cushing, White, Davis, Gathright, Bowan. Second Row : Musgrave, Flanagan, Ward, House, Des- Lauriers. OFFICERS: Bev White, president; Jerry Flanagan, treasurer; Diane DesLauriers, vice-president. Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha is an honorary music fraternity for all students interested in advancement of interest in music on campus. The members have projects to raise money, have monthly meetings and their big project for the year is a concert with Sigma Alpha Iota featur¬ ing American composers. First Row: Macey, Chiles, Papp, Kauffman, Martinez, Moran. Second Row: Thurman, Meredith, Whittier, Bradley, Roberts, Bearden. Third Row: Rippy, Dalton, Walker, Pelfrey, Hurley, Hudson. OFFICERS: Ron Chiles, pledge trainer; James Moran, sec¬ retary; Jan Thurman, president. Second Row : Larry Roberts, treasurer; Dean Dalton, vice-president. 407 OFFICERS: Margie Place, secretary; Dorothy Dortch, pub¬ licity. Second Row : Russell Helm, president; Harlin Bremer, tutoring chairman; Charles Thorn, vice-president. Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Mu Epsilon gets its members from those math majors with a 3.0 accumulative average in mathe¬ matics and completion of Calculus II. This honorary fraternity was founded to promote scholarship in all fields with an emphasis on mathematics. Each semester, Pi Mu Epsilon provides free tutoring service for math students in all phases of the subject. First Row: Reid, Matlock, Spears, Root, Silvers, Steplock, Place. Second Row : Chaney, Mackie, Herndon, Thorn, Christal, Holder. Third Row : Swift, Lovell, Barton, Burnett, Bremer. OFFICERS: Jane Hodges, president, Paula Nichell, record¬ ing secretary; Betsy Bridenthal, Chaplain; Nona Reed, Treas¬ urer; Jo Holcomb, vice-president. Sigma Alp ha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional music fraternity composed of all music majors or minors who are at least second semester freshman. They must have a high scholastic rating. Their functions are ushering at all concerts, presenting monthly musicals and selling sandwiches for the district band festival. The big project of the year is a benefit concert in May. First Row: Hodges, Holmocb, Nickell. Bridenthal, Reed, Myers. Second Row: Bigge, Maker, Hull, Perry, Croxtom. 408 Pi Tail Sigma Pi Tau Sigma is the honorary fraternity for me¬ chanical engineering students, drawing its membership from the top twenty percent of the junior class and the top thirty-five percent of the senior class. Inductees must have the faculty approval as to their character and leadership qualities. It aids the department of me¬ chanical engineering in many ways. First Row: Henderson, Carter, Adcox, Hamilton, Holman. Second Row: Scarborough. Pile, Willis, Bishop, Hooper, Her¬ rington. Third Row: Taylor, Meenen, Stewart, Morgan, John¬ son, Patterson. OFFICERS: Preston M. Adcox Jr., president; Larry Tay¬ lor, vice-president; Dudley B. Johnson, secretary, Douglas Hen¬ derson, secretary; Randy Stewart, treasurer. 409 OFFICERS: Hart, Matheny, Northcutt. Second Row : Bent, Goza, Bledsoe, Holloway. SNEA—Education The Student National Education Association is a professional organization for students of all classifi¬ cations in the College of Education and any student planning to teach. The meetings provide the students with a start in professional growth while still in col¬ lege through the exchange of views and ideas about education. Outstanding educators serve as speakers. First Row : Hart, Goza, Turley, Stephens. Tinsley, Elliott, Stewart, Bledsoe. Second Row: Beck, Brodie, Northcutt, Oliver, Rivers, Harris, Gaines, Smitherman, Adcock. Third Row: Hollo¬ way, Frost, Watkins, Darr, Spleth, Goode, Bloomberg, Schaap, Matheny. 410 SAM—Management The Society for the Advancement of Management is a social organization of managers in industry, com¬ merce, government and education. Functions include banquet dinners in the fall and spring, plant tours and the SAM book exchange operated during registration week. Seniors, juniors and sophomores compile mem¬ bership. The sponsor of SAM is Dr. Logan, and the meetings are held every first and third Thursday of the month. First Row: Warford, Hedger, Daily, Weathermon, Rogers, Harris. Second Row : Fairhead, Clark, Burton, Conley, Boyette, Makowka, Everitt. Third Row: Wittenbest, Owens, Matula, Poindexter, McCrea, Perryman, Carrove, Stout. OFFICERS: Kent Clark, secretary; Edsel McCrea, president. SU Activities Board The Student Union Activities Board is the special projects committee of the Student Union. Its main project is to publish a booklet about the Union for the incoming freshmen. This year, they also set up the Dim Den, a means of entertainment for students. The Entertainment Committee furnished a band every other Friday and the dance was open to all students. They also provide signs for the Union for Dad’s Day and Homecoming. First Row: Hammontree, Ellis, Tuck, Herndon. Second Row: Stanley, Munnerlyn, Wilkins, McNair. Third Row: Evans, Lee, Burron. 411 Tau Beta Pi Tau Beta Pi, an honorary engineering fraternity, selects its membership from the upper fifth of the senior class and from the upper eighth of the junior class. Members must meet the requirements for ad¬ mission of high scholarship, service and leadership. It confers distinction on honor students in all branches of engineering. First Row : Francis, Liberto, Jordan, Sava, Duke, Hirsch, Vratsinas, Palmer, Johnson, Witherington, Cochran, Pile. Sec¬ ond Row: Hairston, McClure, Rowe, Ball, Duke, Searcy, Moser, Adcox, Holder, Hooper, Hamilton. Third Row: Ballard. Sanders, Shell, Harris, Boyd, Bray, Roberts, Taylor, Jones, Fowler, Etien, Holman. Fourth Row: Willis, Kennington, Miller, Clampit, Kir¬ by, Martin, Brotherton, Newman, McEuen, Taylor, Scott, John¬ son, Price. OFFICERS: Don Ball, president; Gus Vratsinas, vice-presi¬ dent; Bob Etien, recording secretary. Second Row: Tommy Sanders, treasurer; Cloyce Miller, corresponding secretary; Dud¬ ley Johnson, cataloguer; Pat Fordan, pledge trainer. OFFICERS: Lynn Leek, president; Tom Sanders, vice-presi¬ dent; Ray Owen Jr., secretary; Frank Roberts, treasurer. Tau Sigma Tau Sigma is the honorary fraternity for chemical engineers. Its members must have a 2.5 accumulative with 60 hours and at least 6 hours of chemical engi¬ neering courses completed. The members tutor under¬ graduates in engineering and aid the chemical de¬ partment in various ways, as in the Engineer’s Open House. First Row: Parsons, Owen, Owens, Witherington. Second Row: Klein, Hulse, Leek, Fowler, Bray. Third Row: Reid, Rob¬ erts, Sanders, Miller, Brotherton. 412 Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is the national honorary sorority for band women. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, musicianship and possession of a sincere interest in the University band. It is the aim and purpose of this organization to foster a feeling of fellowship and cooperation in the band and to cultivate, at large, a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements. 413 YDC Executive Council The Young Democrats Club has an Executive Board as its planning body. YDC meets twice monthly, and the executive board meets on alternate weeks. YDC itself is made up of any students interested in the Democratic Party. Speakers and political forums are included in the programs. YDC also participated in the Arkansas Democratic Convention last year. First Row : Pendergrass, McCoy, Bowen, Reynolds. Alford. Second Row : Jackson, Meredith, Switzer, Park. Third Row : Felton, Dodson, Gathings. OFFICERS: Patty Pendergrass, secretary; Mimi McCoy, corresponding secretary; Missy Alford, women’s vice-president. Second Row: Conley Meredith, treasurer; Jerry Jackson, presi¬ dent; Bruce Switzer, vice-president. 414 Women’s Recreation The purpose of the Women’s Recreation Association is to provide and to direct a recreation program on the campus. It maintains a variety of activities such as volleyball, softball, tennis, archery, bowling, fencing and badminton, so that each person may choose ac¬ cording to her own individual needs. WRA promotes a spirit of goodwill and fellowship among participants in the various sports. First Row : Ker, Bowers, Bowerman, Crampton, Wood. Sec¬ ond Row: McKinney, Magie, Smith, Crow, Graham. Third Row: Herrison, Erwin, Daniel, McClelland, Bowers, Chaney. OFFICERS: Mary Erwin, president; Rita Ferrell, vice-presi¬ dent; Pat Pockrus, corresponding secretary. Second Row: Sandy Snow ' , recording secretary; Becky Chaney, treasurer; Linda Hall, publicity. Young Republicans Club As an upcoming political party in Arkansas, the Republican party has a large following among students at the University. The Young Republicans Club gives those students that are interested in politics an oppor¬ tunity to exchange views and lend support to Re¬ publican candidates. First Row: McRay, Sisson, Florer, Ingrum, Foti, Bicknell, Schafer, Graves. Second Row: Gibson, Keel, Orr, Simpson, Vic kers, Bicknell, Adcock, Rutledge, Buckley. Third Row: Kauffman, Gobel, McCurdy, Cozel, Medley, Synder, Armstrong, Weir, Couch. Fourth Row: Burnett, Bledsoe, Hall, Parker, Little, Powers, Carpenter, Hurley, Fields, McClendon, Howick. OFFICERS: Dick Adcock, treasurer; Jerry Climer, chair¬ man; Ray Carpenter, vice-chairman; Dr. Lester Howick, spon¬ sor. 415 Alpha Chi Women Hold Top Offices Honors were numerous in the Alpha Chi Omega house this year. Outstanding Senior Woman award was given to Linda Thompson for the year of 1965. Individual honors of Alpha Chi Omega members included: Lynn Temple, Mortar Board president and Who’s Who and Gail Bigge, Mortar Board song leader. Who’s Who, Secretary of Associated Students and Arkansas Poultry Princess. Barbara Riley was one of two students selected to be on the Disciplinary Com¬ mittee. Brenda Clem served as IFPC secretary, and Carolyn Hall served as secretary of AWS. Susie Mosely was a senator from the School of Education, Patty Pendergrass was secretary of YDC and Cheryl Crites was elected president of Tau Beta Sigma. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa was Georgena Duncan, and serving on the Alpha Lambda Delta tapping committee was Barrie Jo Price. Jane Ware is this year’s RAZORBACK Index Editor. Alpha Chi captured the second place trophies in both the Homecoming decorations and in Singfony. Patsy Nelson served as a Razorback cheerleader, Ginger Gillis was elected Agri Queen and Janis Wil¬ l iams was elected sweetheart of Alpha Kappa Lambda. Alpha Chi’s serving as senior counselors were Carolyn Hall, Sue Stockdell, Mandy Wellborn, Kay Flowers and Jane Hodges. Alpha Chi officers for the fall were Andy Ennis, president; Jeanie Zimpel, vice-president; Charlotte Runyan, secretary and Sandra Althauser, treasurer. For the spring, Martha Bradley was elected president; Sandra Althauser, vice-president; Sue Stockdell, secre¬ tary and Ginger Gillis, treasurer. Clia Doty and friends use the Alpha Chi living room to practice for one of the many contests sororities are called on to compete. First Row : Paulana Abbott, Sarah Jane Althauser, Ann Carol Arnold, Outi Sinikka Astala, Donna Gayle Barron, Mari Beth Beeson, Marylyn Gail Bigge. Second Row: Martha Ellen Bradley, Donna Lynn Brewer, Linda Sue Broom, Diana Beth Davidson, Clia Marie Doty, Linda Drake, Georgena Demarious Dun¬ can. Third Row: Linda Kay Ervin, Patricia Flenniken, Lou Ann Fult- ner, Betty Ann Gattis, Ginger Gail Gillis, Carolyn Anita Hall, Phyllis Ann Hall. Fourth Row: Pamela Eve Hatha¬ way, Susan Hennig, Sandra Kay Jaggers, Roberta Johnson. Jeanette Jones, Suellen Jones, Edith Ann Kendall. Fijth Row: Nancy Ann Lafferty, Carla Atalie Lebedeff, Marguerite Ann Levy, Sue Ann Little, Mar¬ garet Ann McAllister, Marsha Jean McCurry, Elisabeth A nn Moats. Sixth Row: Susanna Maria Mos¬ ley, Patsy Nelson, Jennie Sue Norton, Tommie Ann Oberley, Paulena Ann Paschal, Madeline Sue Phelps, Janet Sue Phillips. Seventh Row: Carolyn Ann Rei- chardt, Judith Lynn Reinheimer, Barbara Elizabeth Riley, Lela Jean Robinson, Glenna Rose, Shirley Sue Royce, Charlotte Cecille Run¬ yan. Eighth Row: Mary Alice Spoon¬ er, Jeanette Elise Steadley, Lois Lynn Temple, Mavis Ann Upton, Dana Margaret Wanger, Jane Lee Ware. Ninth Row: Mandy Wellborn, Janice Lee Williams, Judith Ann Wylie, Frances Ann Yancey. Susan Lee Younkin, Jean Louise Zimpel. First Row: Jean Ann Akers, Phyllis Anne Akins, Sally Andrus, Roberta Luisa Angulo, Carolyn Kay Armstrong, Andrea Austin, Linda Sue Baddour. Second Row : Linda Sue Bains, Mary K. Baker, Paula Louise Baum, Beverly Jane Bell, Jacque¬ lyn Brandli, Sharyn Ann Brewer, Betsy Carolyn Bridenthal. Third Row: Gail Maureen Burks, Barbara Burnett, Ginny Callahan, Carol Louise Cina, Sherry Lynn Culbertson, Elaine Curry, Dorothy Jean Dodd. Fourth Row: Jane Page Ellis, JoAnn Ellis, Nancy Anne Ellis, Marilyn Fender, Margaret Jane Fitch, Carol Ann Frankum, Rita Janette Glover. Fifth Row: Pamela Anne Cor¬ bet, Ann Gordon, Deanna Jeanne Gray, Linda Diane Greer, Linda Lee Greer, Linda Anne Goodwin, Jo Belle Hailey. Sixth Row: Catherine Lee Hall, Wallece Jewell Harrell Ann Hart, Carol Heathman, Brenda Kay Hen¬ derson, Barbara Jeanne Hoffman, Judith Ann Johnson. Seventh Row: Mary Susan Jun- iel, Rebecca Shepperd Kauffman, Janet Karen Kemp, Carolyn Sue Kenight, Linda Lee, Marv Sue Marinoni, Martha Jane McCullev. Eighth Row: Jeannie McFar¬ land, Carol Ann Mittelstaedt. Con¬ stance Elizabeth Morton, Barbara Lynne Purves, Susan Sale, Rebecca Searcy, Sandra Snow. Ninth Row: Marilyn Elizabeth Spurlin, Anna Lynn Tarkington, Dawn Marie Trammell, Mary Alice Tranum, Linda Ann Tutt, Carol Elizabeth Warnock, Diana Gene Watson. Tenth Row: Beverly Anne Weathered, Linda Ann Willard, Carolyn Sue Wilson, Wendy Lynn Wood. Terry Eileen Worthy, Carol Yvonne Wuest, Catherine Ann Wuest. ADPi Places 2 In Homecoming Court Many diamond shaped pins were seen on campus this year as the girls of the Rock Castle took honors in leadership and beauty. Alpha Delta Pi receiving beauty honors were Betsy Bridenthal, Miss Fayetteville; Linda Lee and Rita Ferrell, Homecoming maids; Mimi Cameron, St. Patricia finalist; Jeannie McFarland, ROTC sponsor and Barbara Burnette, Acacia sweet¬ heart. Andy Austin served on AWS Judicial Board and as a Senior Senator for Arts and Sciences. Becca John¬ son was a nursing Senator. Charles Mary Webb was secretary of Panhellenic, and Carolyn Knight served as advertising manager for the TRAVELER. Rita Glover was Secretary-Treasurer of Sigma Delta Pi; and Carol Cina was a member of Pi Mu Epsilon. Fifteen ADPi girls were sophomore counselors, and five were in Alpha Lambda Delta. First semester officers were Rita Glover, president; Phyllis Akins, vice-president; Elaine Curry, treasurer and Jan Akers, secretary. For the second semester, Barbara Purves served as president; Marilyn Fender, vice-president; Betsy Bridenthal, treasurer and Linda Diane Greer, secretary. ADPi ' s work on their carnival booth for Gaebale. The girls of the Rock Castle gained the most recognition as a home for unwed cats. ChiO Wins Phi Beta Kappa Cup Psi, the Mother Chapter of Chi Omega, has con¬ tinued its outstanding achievements on the University of Arkansas campus. Uppermost on this list of achieve¬ ments was receiving the Phi Beta Kappa and Pan- hellenic Scholarship Cups in the spring of 1965. Claudia Heath, Diane Allen and Judy Baldridge were elected to Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Alice Barnett, Diane Allen and Judy Baldridge were tapped for Mortar Board. Also Chi 0 was well represented by four members in Chimes and three in Alpha Lambda Delta. The positions of co-editor of the Panhellenic Rush Book and editor of the AWS Handbook were filled by ChiO’s. Betsy Jacoway and Jo Holcomb served as Senators, and Claudia Heath was active on the Student Union Gov¬ erning Board. Judy Baldridge was chosen for Angel Flight. The Sigma Chi Sweetheart was Claudia Heath; Ginger Elliot was Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon; Georgia Hornor was elected co-chairman of Greek Week and Winnifred Smith was elected as IFPC Treasurer. Kem Mosley served as a senior counselor. First semester officers were Judy Baldridge, presi¬ dent; Dianne Holley, vice-president; Claudia Heath, secretary and Margie Pomfret, treasurer. Frances Rogers served as second semester president along with Kem Mosley, vice-president; Mary Nancy Council, sec¬ retary and Jackie Smith, treasurer. Pat Weed and gang pose in traditional ChiO uniforms depicting how the founders trudged cross-country to settle the sorority at Arkansas. First Row : Diane Ahrens, Janet Cecil Baker, Judy Arlene Bald¬ ridge, Alice Barnett, Susan Ellen Bauer, Mary Francis Bennett, Ann Bigham. Second Row : Mary Beth Bry¬ son, Lou Burroughs, Helen Eliza¬ beth Catlett, Donna Kay Cochran, Mary Nancy Council, Linda Wake¬ field Creel, Sandra Kaye Dabney. Third Row: Delia Dowell, Sandra Jean Drummond, Donna Camille Dudney, Virginia Elliott, Madelyn Erwin, Jackie Elizabeth Fann, Leslie Fellows. Fourth Row: Cheryl Ann Harp¬ er, Dana Kay Hill, Peggy Hipp, Harryette Hodges, Dianne Holley, Joy Snapp Holman, Marylee Las- ley Hoover. Fifth Row: Georgia Hornor, Carol Elizabeth Johnson, Judith Leigh Johnson, Susan Drake Kel¬ ley, Kathy Kendall, Norma Eliza¬ beth Lafevers. Martha Arden Lime¬ rick. Sixth Row: Ellen McSpadden, Marcille Miller, Carolyn Jeanne Mullins, Susanna Elizabeth Olson, Allison Ferris Pomfret, Margie K. Pomfret, Janet Lynn Pulliam. Seventh Row: Frances Maria Rogers, Mary Sue Sherland, Carol Ann Sims, Mary Katherine Slaven. Sally Lynn Slayden, Jacqueline Smith, Sandra Elizabeth Smith. Eighth Row: Winifred Smith, Linda Kay Stanley, Susan Marie Steele, Sara Ann Stevenson, Bren¬ da Lee Sweet, Laurel Kathryn Townsend, Nancy Jane Turner. Ninth Row: Susan Elaine Walk, Elizabeth Anne Washburn, Patricia Anne Weed. Ann Marie Whaley, Mary Jane Wickard. Kathryn Sus- anne Williamson. First Row: Annette Louise At¬ kinson, Sharon Blair, Susan Brown, Ann Gay Boudreaux, Sandra Lee Brogdon, Patricia Ann Brown, Halla Jean Butcher. Second Row: Josephine Anne Campbell, Terri Campbell, Marti Ann Cuadra, Anne Daniel, Pa¬ tricia Kathleen Daniel, Bobbe Jean Dykes, Kathryn Fairchild. Third Row: Lyn Dieter Falk, Jane Fletcher Ferrill, Sara Lynn Fleming. Toni Carolyn Fransen, Martha Gadberry, Wendy Gardner, Margaret Ann Gilmore. Fourth Row: Sally Kay Good¬ man, Mary Susan Gough, Virginia Cecile Hamner, Carole Harris, Annie Heinold, Bonnie Jean Heth- erington, Suzanne McElroy Hughes. Fifth Row: Bonnie Hunkapiller, Nancy Alva Hurst, Jacquelyn Ann Johns, Gayle Johnson, Jennifer Jonas, Artie Jones, Janice Kin¬ caid. Sixth Row: Lois Myreta Leek, Ann Leesemann, Fransan Logan, Joanne Marie Mailer, Mimi Mc¬ Coy, Susan Kay McCracken, Lady Elizabeth McDonald. Seventh Row: Catherine Eileen McGee, Margaret Wroten Mc- Waters, Billye Regina Means, Janice Carole Measeles, Katherine Lawrence Morgan, Thelma Jo Mosier, Jane Lizabeth Nelson. Eighth Row: Cheryl LaVonne Nau, Jamie Elizabeth Newton, Karolyn Kay Parker. Sarah Rands, Kathryn Ann Robbins, Betty Lou Roberts, Mary Patricia Rowan. Ninth Row: Linda Lou Rowland, Amelia Ann Sample, Sarah Lee Scott, Phyllis Jeanne Scroggin, Frances Virginia Shepherd, Dee Diane Smith, Betty Steel, Catherine Gladys Suffridge. Tenth Row: Carol Van Dalsem, Margi Vickers, Saundra Lynn Wade, Diana Gene Wallin, Martha Sue Waters, Sarah Williams. Kathy Wilson, Dottie Lyn Witherington. Four Tri-Delts Made Sweethearts Delta Delta Delta had another successful year. Two of its members were selected to Who’s Who, Martha Gadberry and Phyllis Scroggin; Pat Rowan was tapped for Mortar Board, appointed chairman of the AWS Judicial Board and selected as the Arkansas College Queen; Sissy Gladden Leek and Sara Fleming were tapped for Phi Beta Kappa; Mimi McCoy was maid of honor for St. Patricia; Diana Wallin served as Army ROTC sponsor and Margaret Ann Gilmore, Bon¬ nie Hunkapiller, Gail Johnson and Rosalind Holt served on Angel Flight. Many Tri-Delts were selected queens and sweethearts for the last year: Ann Leeseman and Bobbi Dykes were maids in the Homecoming court; Linda Rowland, Diana Wallin, Betty Steele and Jamie Newton repre¬ sented DDD in the majorette line; Kathy Robbins was elected Lambda Chi Playmate; Sheree Ellis was chosen Crescent Gi rl; Scotty Scott was chosen Teke Sweet¬ heart and Sondra Wade was named Pike Dream Girl. Delta Iota’s social year has also been a busy one with the traditional Firside, Founders Day, Apple Polishing and Pansy breakfast to honor the graduating seniors. Officers for the fall were Martha Gadberry, presi¬ dent; Lyn Falk, vice-president; Halla Butcher, secre¬ tary and Gayle Johnson, treasurer. For the spring, Carol Van Dalsem served as president along with Sondra Wade, vice-president; Jan Kincaid, secretary and Joanne Mailer, treasurer. The pride of Delta Delta Delta is the circular stairway down which pledges make their grand entrance into University society. DG Home of Homecoming Que en Many Delta Gammas have received and held places of honor and leadership on campus this year. Some of those honors received by individuals include: Jacque Wilson and Suson Whitson, Who’s Who and Student Senate; Sherrie Savage, Sponsor of Scabbard and Blade; Josie Matlock, Marching Razorback majorette; Jacque Wilson and Kaye Works, Angel Flight with Jacque serving as Commander; Suson Whitson, Mortar Board and Marsha Vance, President of Black Friars. Other honors include: Jacki Jameson, Homecom¬ ing Queen; Josie Matlock, Rebecca Rivers, Christie Oliver, Nancy Northcutt and Cyndy Allen, Alpha Lambda Delta members; Jacque Wilson, President of Panhellenic; Shari Mackie, Carol Bunge and Carol Foster, Senior Counselors; Mary Jane Jamison, Student Union Governing Board; Phyllis Albrecht, ACEI Presi¬ dent; Nancy Northcutt, SNEA Secretary; Glenna Turley, ACEI Secretary and Pat Pockrus, Co-Chairman Student Union Talent Committee; Paula Kay Nickell, First Runner-up Miss UofA and Phyllis Albr echt and Made¬ line Maher, Kappa Delta Pi. Delta Gamma won the sweepstakes cup in WRA competition. Officers for the year were, first semester, Suson Whitson, president; Sue Smitherman, vice-president; Dana Redding, secretary and Dana Garrett, treasurer. Second semester officers were Shari Mackie, president; Pat Pockrus, vice-president; Gail Stephens, secretary and Brenda Guinn, treasurer. Delta Gamma house meeting votes to ban the RAZORBACK from being shown publicly in the house after being badly cut for two years straight. First Row: Phyllis Albrecht, Cynthia Fay Allen, Karon Anne Bennett, Norma Gene Crown, Sharon Hope Brkich, Siiarron Di¬ anne Brooks, Kay Winner Brown¬ field. Second Row: Carole Beatrice Bunge, Jeannie Callaway, Margaret Martha Cohen, Regina Rae Crain, Judy Mae Crumbaker, Barbara L. Cupples, Cheryl Lynn Cushing. Third Row: Cindy Darr. Nancy Jane Davis, Virginia Dilliard, Kath¬ leen Elizabeth Frison, Dana Lynn Garrett, Cherrie Dawn Gillis, Brenda Joye Guinn. Fourth Row: Anne Haddock, Linda Louise Hall, Nancy Carolyn Harrod, Georgia Ann Hart, Shirley Hudgens, Karen Hudson, Jacki Lee Jameson. Fifth Row: Elizabeth Landers, Olivia Ann LaFollette, Cheryl Anne Legatski, Shari Anne Mackte, Madeline Maher, Martha Ellen Merrifield. Sixth Row: Gail Ann Niesen, Nancy Gaye Northcutt, Sharon Elizabeth Payne, Jane Ellis Pin¬ son, Sylvia Patricia Pockrus, Dana Kay Redding, Sara Sue Reynolds. Seventh Row: Rebecca Rivers, Sue Ann Smitherman, Purcella Lea Stanger, Mary Gail Stephens, Janet Carolyn Stewart, Lynda Stuart, Janice Marie Talbert. Eighth Row: Betty Blackwood Taylor, Virginia Annette Tucker, Glenna Rae Turley, Linda Kathryn Updike, Marsha Ellen Vance, Phyl¬ lis Kaye Watkins, Virginia Carol Watson. Ninth Row: Suson Kay Whitson, Diane Wightman, Georgia Carol Williams, Wendy Ann Williams, Jacqueline Marie Wilson, Kaye Haltom Works, Mary Annette Wright, Jean Young. First Row: Pauline Alice Apple- ton, Anne Katherine Beasley, Char¬ lotte Ann Belford. Mary Beth Biggs, Sarah Adine Bradford, Lois Jane Bradley, Brenda Louise Bridges. Second Row: Mary Lanelle Buie, Linda Cary, Carol Ellen Culp, Carolyn Cuthbertson, Lenice Alta Dean, Diane DesLauriers, Margaret Ellen Dildy. Third Row: Deborah Ann Dol- and, Nancy Joyce Ferguson, Ben¬ nie Breese Grant, Carol Jan Har¬ ris, Dianna Winford Hendrick, Kathy Holloway, Susan Mary Irby. Fourth Row: Denise Isnard, Judith Suzanne Jackson, Marie Burke Johnston, Marilyn Kays, Martha Lynn Kelley, Suzanne Kitchen, Jeannie Lowe. Fifth Row: Susan Trigg Mat¬ thews, Betty Lynn McCaughan, Kay Marie McClanahan, Dixie Dessau McDonnell, Leta McCorm¬ ick, Martha Ann McDaniel, Lynn Elizabeth McDonald. Sixth Row: Joyce Ann McFall, Joanna McGehee, Janelle McNulty. Mary Elizabeth McShane, Cheryl Morris, Suzanne Kay Musgrave, Katharine McRae Nowlin. Seventh Row: Maka Ann Par¬ nell, Betsy Beth Peterson, Patricia Provine, Rosemary Pullen, Patricia Ann Rawlings, Sharon Ann Reeves, Susan Robins. Eighth Row: Pamela Denise Scrape, Cassandra Anne Seymour, Julie Ann Sharum, Ann Shipp. Dianne Short, Sharon Ann Smith, Maribeth Spearmon. Ninth Row: Lynne Ellen Stan¬ ley, Suzanne Stobaugh, Mary Eliz¬ abeth Stoddard, Anita Diane Suitt, Pat Tarvin, Sharon Flo Tatman, Carol Lynn Taylor, Pris¬ cilla Elizabeth Taylor. Tenth Row: Suxanne Janette Tilley, Betty Carol Turnage. Pam Turner, Rebecca Jean Utley, Linda Kathryn Walker, Mary Frances Whalen, Mary Anne Whitaker, Beverly Ann White. Kappas Drape House With Honors Kappa Kappa Gamma began the year by moving into their new house and by winning first place in the homecoming house decoration and third place in Sing- fony. Many other activities and honors filled the year. Joanna McGehee was selected for Mortar Board and Who’s Who. She served as president of Lambda Iota I au and as co-chairman of Singfony. Carol Lynn Taylor was also selected for Who’s Who, and Sue Ellen Dill Pharris was tapped for Mortar Board. Sandy Seymour served as the state AWS secretary; Pauline Appleton was the president of the Education Majors Association and Susan Matthews was elected Arts and Sciences senator. Jan Harris, Sharon Tatman and Susie Irby are members of Alpha Lambda Delta. Pam Turner and Carol Turnage were dormitory counselors. Members of Chimes were Suzanne Musgrave, Millie Amis, Susie Irby, Betsy Peterson, Jan Elarris and Sharon Tatman. Sharon was the president of Chimes. Brenda Bridges was a member of the Uarkettes and Opera Workshop, and Dusty Dober and Pauline Appleton were members of the Schola Cantorum. Suzanne Stobaugh served as captain of the Razor- back cheerleaders; Debby Doland was chosen Best- Dressed Coed and Susan Robins was Miss U Of A. Sharon Tatman, Betsy Peterson, Susie Irby, and Jan Harris are members of Angel Flight. Kappa Tapped’ the year by having Susan Matthews elected secretary of Associated Students for 1966-’67. Joanna McGehee served as first semester president along with Burke Johnston as vice-president; Mary Buie, secretary and Mary Francis Whalen, treasurer. Second semester officers were Patricia Provine, presi¬ dent; Mary Ann Whitaker, vice-president; Mary Buie, treasurer and Carol Turnage, secretary. " Kappa Spirit " , the war-hoop, stomping circle dance indicating victory, was performed throughout the year by jubilant and celebrating Kappas. Pi Phi Wins First In Snake Relays Pi Phis began another successful year by winning Sigma Nu Relays and first place in Homecoming floats. Beth Yancey served as president of AWS, and Mickey Pryor served as vice-president of Arkansas AWS. Judy Elliot was chairman of AWS Academic Affairs Committee. Who’s Who members were Ellen Ann Ragsdale, Beth Yancey and Mickey Pryor. Beth and Mickey were both elected to Mortar Board. Members of Chimes were Jane Bell, Ellen Van Eaton, Linda Hammontree and Pat Yarrington. Judy Herndon, Dixie Terrell and Carolyn Freyaldenhoven were named to Alpha Lambda Delta, and Judy was elected vice-president of that organization. Fourteen Pi Phis served as Sophomore Counselors, and Mary Lou Cain was elected to the Executive Board. Senior Coun¬ selors were Mary Denker, Susan Hutton and Judy Elliot. Ellen Ann Ragsdale worked as News Editor of the TRAVELER. Maryanne Hickey served as secre¬ tary of ABC Pledge Class. Beauty honors held by Pi Phis were Sigma Nu Sweetheart, Lynne Freeman; Phi Delt Sweetheart, Sandy Smith; Commerce Queen, Janis Funk; St. Pa¬ tricia, Pat Yarrington; Homecoming Maid, Mike Myers; Angel Flight, Sandy Smith, Ellen Ann Ragsdale, Mike Myers and Carolyn Freyaldenhoven; Army ROTC Sponsor, Kim Robertson; Arkansas College Queen, Mickey Pryor; Lady of the Realm, Betty Bryant, Sara Brown and Betty Bridgeforth; and Arkansas Rodeo Queen, Demarus Lindloff. Pi Phi was led this year by Mickey Pryor, presi¬ dent; Jenny Short, vice-president; Jan Paulk, secretary and Pam Beaver, treasurer. Second semester officers were Barbara Tremble, president; Mary Denker, vice- president; Harriet Hubbard, secretary and Sara Ann Brown, treasurer. Pi Phi election headquarters hummed with activity in preparing posters for their Commerce Queen candidate and for pledge fund-raising supper. First Row: Timothy Smith Allen, Patricia Jan Atherton, Anita Ann Ballenger, Melanie Gurisco Barton, Pamela Jeanne Beaver, Suzanne D. Booth, Carol Elizabeth Bowman. Second Row: Patricia Bowman, Penny Brannon, Betty Bridgforth, Tootie Brown, Betty Ann Bryant, Mary Lou Cain, Catherine Eliza¬ beth Caldwell. Third Row: Marian Cleveland, Janet McAllister Collier, Vera Joe Cook, Josephine Louise Cure, Mary Katherine Denker, Charlotte Ce- cille Donoho, Judith Sharon Elliott. Fourth Row: Katherine Eileen Evans, Marilyn Marie Francis, Mary Lynne Freeman, Janis M. Funk, Patricia Ann Garris, Linda Lou Hammontree, Judith Ann Herndon. Fifth Row: Harriet Kay Hub- hard, Susan Dill Hutton, Mary Hornor Jennings, Jan Jones, Floye Kale, Judy Kittrell, Peggy Lewis. Sixth Row: Katherine Sue Mc¬ Donald, Nancy Jeane McNair, Jane Ann Munnerlyn, Mike Myers, Suzanne Felice Norfleet, Jan Nu¬ gent Paulk, Sissy Polk. Seventh Row: Marilyn Pryor, Ellen Ann Ragsdale, Jane Carolyn Rhodes, Elizabeth Harth Richards, Billie Ann Roberts, Kim Robert¬ son, Judith Carol Robinson. Eighth Row: Vicki E. Saunders, Jenny Short, Sandy Mary Smith, Barbara Diane Steigler, Susan Wright Storey, Dixie Carol Ter¬ rell, Barbara Ann Tremble, Nancy Lee Tremble. Ninth Row: Theresa Marie Tuck, Mary Ellen VanEaton, Janiece VanValkenburgh. Margaret Ann Wiese. Luanne Wilkins, Carolyn Jane Wortz, Beth Yancey, Merry June Yarbrough. First Roiv: Camille Corin Adams, Ann Marie Alford, Anne Lewis Allen, Karen Kay Bindley, Evelyn Gail Bowen, Annabel Boyd, Joyce Jan Bryant. Second Row: Linda Gail Bur¬ roughs, Robin Cash, Susan Louise Chase, Lucinda Kaye Coulter, Donna Cozort. Tani Czarowitz, Judy Lynn DeBerry. Third Row: Mary Bell Dodd, Barbara Dunaway, Judith Ann DuPree, Gayle Ann Edmondson, Leslie Kay Ellis, Susan Elson, Mary Donna Erwin. Fourth Row: Susan Finney, Susan Fowler, Cynthia Anne Ful¬ ler, Leta Gaye Gilmore, Marilyn Givens, Karen Lynn Goode, Valita Goza. Fijth Row: Mildred Lois Gragg, Betty Ann Harris, Bettie Farrar Hudson, Nellie Brian Hudson, Marsha Peyton lines, Libby In- grum, Nancy Jane Johnson. Sixth Row: Patricia R. Johnson, Jeanettia Jones, Linda Kerby, Suz¬ anne Kinney, Anne Dorrit Kirke- gaard, Ramona J. Kozel. Seventh Row: Loretta Gail Lackey, Cindy Lewis, Sarah Eliza¬ beth Little, Suzanne McFadden, Marsha Ann McKennon, Susan McMillian. Eighth Row: Cheri Elaine Moore. Sandra Kay Moore, Kathy L. Narisi, Glynda Virginia Nelson, Ann Newton, Lynn Aida Newton. Ninth Row: Jeanette Pfeiffer, Rebecca Powell, Susan Elizabeth Ralston, Jo Lynn Randle, Donna Jane Read, Janis Karen Robinson. Cheri Moore and friends water grass in front of the Zeta house which Missy Alford killed with one look. Zetas Rank High In Honors Epsilon chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha continued its tradition of leadership this year. Peggy Schell was elected vice-president of AWS and served as chairman of the Roles of Women Committee. Missy Alford was chosen for Who’s Who and served as secretary of the Senior Class, Associate Editor of the RAZORBACK and vice-president of YDC. In Angel Flight were Brenda Ziegler; Pam Simons, executive and administrative officer and Valita Goza, historian. Beauty honors were taken by Donna Cozort, Razorback beauty and Suzy Johnson, Agri Maid. Eighteen Zetas served as sophomore counselors, and they were well-represented in Chimes, Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board, with Sue McFadden serving as secretary. Robin Cash and Missy Alford were Razorback cheerleaders. Robin also served as treasurer of AWS. Serving in the Senate were Anne Allen and Jo Lynn Randle. In publications, Valita Goza was Beauties Editor for the RAZORBACK, Jan Bryant, Division Chief and Sandra Moore, Greeks Editor. Libby Ingrum was feature editor for the TRAVELER and Kathy Wal¬ ton was co-editor of the Panhellenic Rush Book. Evelyn Bowen was elected Miss YDC; Ramona Kozel was secretary of YRC and Valita Goza was treasurer of SNEA. At the end of the year Zeta won Sigma Chi Derby Day, and Susan Chase was Derby Darling. Missy Alford served as president for the fall semester along with Gayle Edmondson, vice-president; Sue Mc¬ Fadden, secretary and Jannette Rose, treasurer. For the spring, Valita Goza was elected president; Betty Harris, vice-president; Lesley Ellis, secretary and Jan Bryant, treasurer. First Row : Jannette Rose, Shar¬ on Frances Royston, Sandra Beth Sanders, Jeanne Sava, Jane Sch- wieger, Peggy Ann Schell, Simone Sea mo n. Second Row: Pamela Sue Si¬ mons, Patricia Byars Sock well, Joyce Elzine Tindle, Phyllis Tull. Reita Anne Walker, Retta Lee Wallis, Pamela Sue Walsh. Third Row : Kathy Susan Wal¬ ton, Sandra Elizabeth Ward, Jac¬ queline Wewers, Chris Whitten, Janice Adrian Woods, Carol Zaf- fater, Brenda Jeanette Ziegler. Panhellenic Enforces Rush Rules The UofA Panhellenic Council strives to maintain harmonious greek life and inter-sorority relationships among the sororities on campus. Major emphasis is placed on cooperation with the administration in their efforts to maintain high social and scholastic standards. Activities of the council are to make and enforce all rules that govern rush and pledging. A scholarship cup is given each year for the highest grade point average. Each spring the council gives a coke party for all freshmen girls interested in participation in fall rush. Panhellenic also awards two scholarships annually at the AWS Spring Festival. This year, in cooperation with Greek Week, Pan¬ hellenic sponsored the Pan-Olympic games in which all fraternities participated. Jacque Wilson President 434 4 Mg V a ' PH A A ill W fl fm 0 I 4 “ S I Km f 1 m w.Hk i - - pk IFC Strives For Strong System The organization designed to regulate and govern the activities of all social fraternities for the Uni¬ versity campus is the Interfraternity Council. The pri¬ mary function of IFC is to serve as the governing body for all fourteen fraternities, their relations with each other and the rest of the campus. It is composed of the Dean of Men and two representatives, the president and one elected member, from each fraternity and is governed by four officers elected from the membership of the Council. The Council meets bi-monthly to discuss the mutual problems of the fraternity system and hosts special meetings during the year to work out these problems. It also enforces all rules concerning fraternity rush and social activities. Through the coordination of ac¬ tivities, IFC attempts to unite the fraternities in a spirit of brotherhood and mutual self-help, to promote scholarship, to encourage new fraternities to come on the campus and to develop existing chapters to a higher level. Russell Black President 435 Acacia—‘Typical Fraternity Year’ Acacians found 1966 another fast-paced fraternity year. Summer and fall rush activities had just ended when the football season brought the usual string of dinners and dances honoring guests, alumni, and pledges. Acacia repeated its “End-of-the-World” party this fall, and ended the semester with the annual Holiday Formal. ’Murals remained a constant activity for the fra¬ ternity, and Acacia placed third in fraternity football, with Jim Sikes named to the All-Mural squad. Spring saw the return of the Sack Dance and Sweetheart Formal, and emphasis on campus activity. Cal Biggers ended his term as ABC president and was elected co-director of Gaebale. Charles Stubblefield re¬ turned unopposed to the Student Senate and coached a field of other fraternity candidates. Members of the fraternity remained active in various campus clubs and honoraries, and graduating Danny Cox served as vice- president of IFC with seniors John Bilheimer and Sam Park also active in several campus positions. For the house, the year’s story was one of growth and activity crowded in between the constant press of grades — a typical fraternity year. Acacia officers for the fall were John Bilheimer, president; Jim Sikes, vice-president; Walter Lehle, secretary and Richard Reynolds, treasurer. For the spring, Dave Ouelette served as president; Richard Reynolds, vice-president; Jim White, secretary and Neil Modinger, treasurer. Acacia practices tennis in the courtyard for spring intramurals as part of Sam Park ' s program to make Acacia one of the top fraternities. First Row: Leroy Allen Jr., Gary Martin Arnold, Cal Biggers, John Morris Bilheimer, Harry K. Bjorn- berg, Talbert Fanning Bowman, Bradley Knight Breland. Second Row: Robert Collins Buchanan, T. O. Burson, James Ronald Carney, Vaskell Norman Carter Jr., Franklin Harold Coch¬ ran, Dale G. Cosgrove, Richard H. Courtney. Third Row: Danny Joe Cox, Wesley Crawford, Robert Ray Emery, Michael Alan Erickson, Stephen Fineberg, Roger William Giles, Arthur Robert Greenberg. Fourth Row: Murrey Lonn Gri¬ der, Parks Hammond, George Ed¬ ward Hart Jr., Charles C. Hill, John W. Golland, Murray Hunt, Fred Ernest Impson. Fifth Row: Robert Allen James, Charles L. Johnson, Donald Wayne Keene, William M. Knarr, James Arnold Lacy, Robert A. Lunge, William Frank Leatherbury. Sixth Row: Walter William Lehle Jr., Bill G. Loftin, Steve Allen Loibner, Marshall Kent Mailey, Cornelius Modinger III, Ralph L. Munday. Seventh Row: David Edmon Nelson, Harry 0. Parsons, Larry Davis Phillips, Larry Rea, Rich¬ ard Ronald Reynolds, Charles F. Russell. Eighth Row: James Barton Sikes, Richard Ted Sniegocki, Larry Lawson Snodgrass, Charles Roland Stubblefield, Richard Stubbs, William Ed Titus. Ninth Row: William Henry Trice III, John Randolph Wassell Jr., Robert William Walkins, Leon West Jr., Jim T. White, Bruce Owen Williams. First Row: Russell Owen Black, Frank Lyle Carter, Leslie Carl Carter, James William Caudle, Thomas Len Cotton, Johnny Free¬ man, Daniel Baxter G ladden. Second Row: William Green, Larry K. Hale, David E. Hopson, Ken Hurst, Joe Keathley, Dan Preston Kennett, Sammy Kerr. Third Row: Kenn Arnold Ma¬ ples, Kenneth Joe May, Ralph Dewel May, Jerry McDonald. Charles David McNeal, James Ed¬ ward Mitchell, Alan Futrell Moore. Fourth Row: William Harold Moore, Alan Dee Pack, Philip Harvey Pile, Lawrence A. Potter Jr., Billy Dean O’Bar, James Dav¬ id Reed, Robert Henry Rhodes. Fijth Row: Claude James Rose, Roy Leon Runyan, Ronald Dale Strickland, Mickey Wilber. Stan¬ ley Joe Wingert, Charles Yielding. AGR ' s main concern this year has been the completion of their new house which rivals the Washington Pentagon and World ' s Fair in size. 438 AGR Set To Move To New House The highlight of the year for the men of Alpha Gamma Rho was the start of construction on their new house, the first fraternity house to be built on Razorback Road. Scheduled for completion in mid- August, 1966, the house will hold living facilities for fifty men. AGR’s rose to new prominence on the University campus this year with Russell Black serving as presi¬ dent of IFC, president pro tempore of the Student Senate and senator from the College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Black was also selected for Who’s Who. Three AGRs served in Blue Key, Black, Bill O’Bar and Mickey Wilber. Other campus lead¬ ers were Alan Moore, Razorback cheerleader; Roy Runyan, BSU president; Bob Johnson, commander of the Army ROTC Rifle Team and Bill O’Bar and Sam Kerr, co-editors of the AGRICULTURALIST. In the College of Agriculture, Roy Runyan was chancellor of Alpha Zeta, Bill O’Bar chronicler and Quinton Cooper scribe; Mickey Wilber was president of Agri Students Association, Bill Green vice-president and Stanley Wingert, treasurer; Wayland Holloway was vice-president of Alpha Tau Alpha, Irvin Ashley treas¬ urer and Sam Kerr secretary; David McNeal was treasurer of the Entomology Club and Dan Kennett was vice-president of the Agri Economics Club. Social events of the year included the Pink Rose Formal, an annual fall party and parties after each football game. Officers for the fall were Russell Black, president; Bob Rhodes, vice-president; Johnny Gossage, secretary and Roy Runyan, treasurer. For the spring, Ralph May was elected president; Mickey Wilber, vice-presi¬ dent; Phil Pile, secretary and Roy Runyan, treasurer. An artist ' s drawing shows the new AGR house being built on Razorback Road across from the stadium to be finished this summer. T ' j» 4 AKL, Faubus Dedicate New House Alpha Kappa Lambda, the newest fraternity on the University campus, moved into its new house over¬ looking Stadium Drive this past fall. Ceremonies were held in which Governor Orval Faubus participated and was made an honorary member of the fraternity. An open house was held afterward. Social events of the year included the first annual pledge dance, a Homecoming dance, the Yellow Rose Ball, the Spring formal and a ‘Go To Hell With AKL’ dance. Two AKL’s served in Blue Key, Bob Harriel and Henry Rowe. Several lived as counselors in the fresh¬ men men’s dorms. Conley Meredith served as vice- president for the YDC. Officers for the fall were Sonny Tucker, president; Ronnie Hicks, vice-president; Walter Craig, treasurer and Ted Nakamura, secretary. For the spring, Henry Rowe was elected president; Ollie Campbell, vice-presi¬ dent; Walter Craig, treasurer and Malcolm Ritchie, sec¬ retary. Moving into their new house, AKLs had to wire up the stereos and other equipment. Their biggest problem was planting grass. First Row: Tayfun Arikan, Dav¬ id Lee Bell, William Bell, Terrell Clark Boyer, Carl Richard Brink- ley, Ronald Lewis Burton, Herschel Wayne Cleveland, Tom H. Cog- burn. Second Row: Walter Craig Jr., Thomas Henry Dembinski II, Dav¬ id Howard Dillahunty, Rene Jerry Duchac, Vernon Lee Dutton, Rob¬ ert Clinton Fisher. George Ronald Franks, George Otto Gierow. Third Row: Kersh E. Hall, Rob¬ ert Thomas Harriell Jr., James Walker Harris, Thomas Hathaway, Ivan Douglas Hallewood, Harold Ronnie Hicks, Harold Clark Hill, Philip R. Hutka. Fourth Row: George Claude Jernigan, Robert H. Jernigan, Lawrence Gene Jones, Michael Jones, Hamilton Wright Kilpat¬ rick, Bill Thomas Kinneman, Roy E. Kizzia. Fred Paul Knod. Fifth Row: Richard Henry Kuo- nen, James Randal Lee, lommy Lorenzo, Leslie Roger Luker, Don- al Adolfo Luna, Jose Adolfo Luna, Howard Martin, John Wesley Martin. Sixth Row: Thomas Durward Matheny, Jack Alan May, Martin Michael May, J. Conley Meredith, James Henry Morgan Jr., Kenneth Wayne Morrow, Ted Kazuo Na¬ kamura. Seventh Row: William Ras Pitt¬ man, William M. Plunkett, Thomas Phillip Risher, Malcolm Everett Ritchie, Fred Owen Roberson, Franklin Dowling Roberts, Henry Moss Rowe. Eighth Row: James Marvin Sanders, Thomas Wayne Sanders, Duane Palmer Schneider, Charles Michael Shupe, David Douglas Smith, George Edward Tenney, Robert William Tonar. Ninth Row: Cecil Ray Tucker, James Lindsey Walker Jr., Ed Eu¬ gene Wilson, Ronald Winningham. Harrell Wallace Wood Jr., Gary Cleveland Young, Charles Henry Zieman Jr. First Row: Wayne Thomas Bell, Jimmy Dale Black, Larry Lake Bryant, Ronald Dean Burnham, Jerry Eugene Canant. Second Row: Jimmy Lee Col¬ bert, Charles Edward Denver, Bill Dodgen, Jim Edwards, Randy Mearl Gauwain. Third Row: Johnny Wesley Gil¬ lum, Richard Dean Ging, Gerald Dee Herbaugh, Courtney Mcllroy Hillard, Richard Ivy. Fourth Row: Donald Ray John¬ son, Gary Keathley, Herbert Ross Keith, Dallas Ardell Martin, Carl Edward Ragland, Robert James Rinie. Fifth Row: John Edward Snod- erly, Michael Sweeney, Scott Alan Thompson, George Raymond Todd, John Raney Whitlow, Jimmy Wil¬ liams. Farmhouse qualifies as a fra¬ ternity and to prove it they threw their big chicken Pluck¬ ing wing-ding party in the fall. 442 Farmhouse Gets Scholarship Cup Farmhouse won the award for scholarship this past year and received the Phi Beta Kappa cup, the highest scholarship achievement of any living group on the U of A campus. Individual honors received during the past year: Bob Bridges was selected for Who’s Who and is a member of ODK; Jim Young and C. A. Ivy are also ODK members; Mickey Sweeney, Terry Keisling, Johnny Gillum and Gary Keathley were initiated into Alpha Zeta, and Farmhouse men held offices in various clubs including the Animal Industry Club, Agronomy Club, Agri Students Association, Alpha Zeta and Alpha Tau Alpha. In addition to individual and scholarship honors, a full social calendar rounded out the group’s activities with the spring and fall parties and drop-ins after ball games. Dances consisted of Valentines, Christmas and the Fall formal. farmhouse officers for the year were Bob Bridges, president; Carl Ragland, vice-president; Jim Edwards, secretary and Mickey Sweeney, treasurer. A trophy case gleaming with trophies for scholarship can only be found in one house on campus—Farm house—who has led that for years. Kappa Sigs reported their lawn chairs stolen this year and the city panicked — who would watch the stop light? Kappa Sigs Observe 75th Year Xi chapter of Kappa Sigma, with seventy-five years to its credit in 1965, added to its list of honors this year. Donny Wineland and Bill Keadle represented Xi in Blue Key, and Jim Lindsey was a member of ODK and was selected to Who’s Who. Kappa Sigs on the football field gained a lot of prominence: Loyd Phillips was chosen All-American by all but one poll; Guy Jones, Richard Trail, Travis Mauldin and Richard Cunningham were Porker stand¬ outs and Jim Lindsey was selected to play in the Senior Bowl game. Kappa Sig’s social season reached a new high with dances after each football game, the Christmas formal, the Toilet Bowl and numerous drop-ins. Officers for the fall were Eddie Parlin, presi¬ dent; Boh Tucker, vice-president; Tommy Vassar, treas¬ urer and Jerry Clem, secretary. For the spring, Chuck Hayden was elected president; Happy Kitchens, vice- president, Bill Keadle, treasurer and Jerry Clem, sec¬ retary. First Row: Samuel David Al- phin, Bruce Anthony, J. F. Berl- inger, Jim Marion Bevis, William Harold Boswell Jr.. Terry Frost Bowie, William Bryant. Second Row: Thomas Buchanan, Charles Buxton, Richard Camp¬ bell, George Read Carlton, John Ed Chambers, Jerry Edward Clem, William R. Cook. First Row: Jerry Lee Davis, Richard Harding David Jr., Doke Douglas, Stewart Amas Dunn, Janies Fletcher Epes, Shade Woot¬ en Epes, William Fletcher. Second Row: James Michael Frazier, Jack Thomas Fryer, Wil¬ liam Arthur Keadle, James Paul Latture, George Lewis Marsh, Jim Mazzanti, Robert Rogers McCann. Third Row: Max McCoy, Thom¬ as Arthur McElroy, Charles Henry Moore, Edward Wesley Parlin Jr., Phillip Andrew Perry, Richard Pool, Mark Randall Reif. Fourth Row: Richard K. Spur¬ lock, James Guy Stokes, Robert Tucher, Terry Joseph Turner. Ron¬ ald Alan Turner, Stephen Craig Turner, William Paul Van Dalsem. Fifth Row: Charles Walls, John Warriner, James Duke Watts, James Westbrook, Floyd Lee Wil¬ liams, Don Albert Wineland, Ran¬ dall Wright. Kappa Sigs take time out from studies for a short card game — Kappa Sigs place scholarship above all other activities at the UofA. 445 First Row: Ronald G. Area Charles Alfred Banks, Jim Ray Blanscet, Loren Scott Buell, Char¬ les David Burnett, Carey Allen Caldwell, Tommy Wayne Cardin. Second Row : Wayne L. Coates Jr., James Rock Coffield, Joe Ed¬ ward Coffield, William Howe Cook, Charles Foster Cox, Leon DeMont, Chadd Lanier Durrett Jr. Third Row: F. B. Elliott, Frank Leroy Emert Jr., Robert Adrian Etien Jr., Mike G. Futrell, David Gerald Gardner, William Joseph Hagner III, Don Rich Hankins. Fourth Row: George William Hirsch, Mike Wells Hornsby. John Daniel Ingrum, Dwight Miller Johnson, Larry Hershel Johnson, Louis O’Hara Joyner, Haywood Woodrow Kinsey Jr. Fifth Row: Charles Lee Liggett Jr., George Dean Love, James C. McDowell, Rodney Wayne Mc- Pheeters, James W. Monk, Sonny Moss, John Munday. Sixth Row: Robert Webb Os¬ borne, Ray Owen Jr., Robert Max Peacock. Kirk Pond, Cruitt Beem Rebsamen, James John Reynolds, Billy Ross. Seventh Row: David Landis Saf- ford, Robert William Sheddy, John Lindsey Smotherman. Bubba Stokes, Stephen Patrick Storey, Doug Summerville, Rvall Smith Tune. Eighth Row: David E. Tyrone, Robert Malone Vaughan, Jerry Jules Vervack, Michael Lynn Wad- dington, Rob Walton, James Wil¬ liam Ward. Ninth Row: Michael V. Warr. William Hale Williams, David Jack Wilson, Hartsell Clark Wing¬ field, Travis Arnold Witherington, Thomas Joe Wright. LCA Active In Campus Affairs Lambda Chi Alpha saw 1965-66 as one of its most outstanding years on the UofA Campus. Bill Ross and Richard Remke were selected for Who’s Who; Tom Cardin served as president of OI)K. president of the Southwestern Press Club and managing editor of the TRAVELER: Gearld Don Emmert served as a member of the Student Senate; Larry Wallace, John Harmon, Dave Gardner, Bill Ross, Ray Owen and Robert Sheddv were members of Blue Key and Rob Walton was a member of ODK. Lambda Chi also was active in in¬ tramural sports. The social activities of the Lambda Chi’s included Homecoming, Dad’s Day Celebration, Founders Day, Purple Id Party, Western Party, Crescent Girl Formal, Spring Outing and the Playboy Party. Lambda Chis participating in varsity athletics were Glen Ray Hines and Max Peacock, football; Wally Freeman, basketball and baseball and Scott Buell, tennis. Officers for the fall semester included Jerry Vervack, president; Wayne Coates, vice-president; Frank Em¬ mert, secretary and Robert Sheddy, treasurer. Second semester officers were Wavne Coates, president; Frank Emmert, vice-president; Woody Kinsey, secretarv and Robert Sheddy, treasurer. The Lambda Chi ' Purple Id ' party gained a new distinction for a fraternity — it grossed out more people than any other party. PDT Wins Best Chapter Award The year 1965-66 was an especially memorable one for Phi Delta Theta at the UofA. After only seventeen years as a Phi chapter, the University chapter received the Founder’s Day trophy for being the best Phi Delt chapter in the country. Helping win this honor for the chapter were leaders on campus in each of four fields: scholarship, leadership, athletics and social endeavor. In leadership, Mac Glover served as president of Associated Students; A1 Bell served as Alpha Kappa Psi president, Joe Carruth was IFC secretary and Marketing Club president; Pat Mayo, ABC treasurer, was selected as regional conclave chairman for Arnold Air Society and Jim Trieschmann served as treasurer for three of the six Greek letter societies to which he belongs. Phis were once again active in athletics with Bobby Burnett, Tommy Burnett, Bobby Roper, Ronnie South, Tommy Trantham and Robert Trammel all doing an excellent job on the championship Razorback team. Socially, the year was highlighted by many fall and spring outings and drop-ins. Dad’s Day, Home¬ coming, Founder’s Day, and the Viking Party were highly successful. Bill Miller served as first semester president along with Milton Leuken, vice-president; Mike Miller, sec¬ retary and Jim Trieschmann, treasurer. For the second semester, A1 Bell was president, Milton Leuken vice- president, Mike Miller secretary and Jim Trieschmann treasurer. Phi Delts begin building setting for their big social event of the year, the Viking party, which is held every April. First Row : Dennis William Av- los, Ben Thomas Barry, Hugh Bass, Joseph Thomas Carruth, Robert Michael Corley, Jack Dan Crews, Ric Doss. Second Row : Thomas Perry Elf- ter, Floyd Mickel Freeman, Tom Futrell, Gerard Loy Glenn. David McGee Glover, William Henry Glover Jr., Ronald LeRoy Goran- son. Third Row : Ralph A. Gordon Jr., Artie Gregory, David Kearney Gunti, Larry Walter Hale, John Charles Harris, Liburn Crofford Harrison, James Kenneth Hart. Fourth Row : Jimmy Duane Hill, Nick Houser, William H. Howell, John Lester Jayne, John David Jenkins. John Earl Jennings, Rob¬ ert Walter Johnson. Fifth Row: Lynn Morris Leek, Stephen Alan Leek, Keith John Lindemann, Milton Raymond Lue- ken, Richard Lee Markell, Rob¬ ert L. McCallum, Russell McCar- roll. Sixth Row: Jack McHaney Jr., Dallas Davis Miles Jr., Michael Dale Miller, Lawrence Mitchell Jr., Bill Mason Nixon, John Samuel Patterson, A1 Frank Porta. Seventh Row : Micheal Matthew Pride, David Lawrence Reding, Smith Reed Jr.. William C. Rich¬ ards, Wayne DeWitt Robertson Jr., Randall Wayne Robinson, James William Rogers. Eighth Row: Harold Dudley Shollmier, James Thomas Shop- taw, Jack Spears Jr., Joe H. Staf¬ ford, Edward Clark Sturdivant, James Robert Tatum, Scott Steven¬ son Thomas. Ninth Row: Robert Lee Tram¬ mel, Tommy Trantham, James Shipp Trieschmann, Thomas Lyle Tullous, Bryce William Warren, Harold Turner Whitson II. H. Lee Wineland, David Kennedy Yancey. First Row : Bryon A. Adams, Raymond Francis Aquilina II, James F. Arnold, Roger Atkins, James H. Bane, William Edwin Black, James 0. Burnett. Second Row : David Mark Carv¬ er, Don R. Cassil, Walter Neil Castleberry Jr., David Ray Chap¬ man, James Kent Coxsey, C. Bill Dill, Robert Woodrow Doland. Third Row: William Edward Dunn, James Philip Elkins. Larry Grove Ellis, James Roger England, Walter Robert Fabinsky, David Randall Fielder, David Edwards Fitton. Fourth Row: J. Royston Gath- ings, Don Lee Gibson, John Buck Graddy, Kenneth L. Harrison, Joseph Franklin Haynie, Joe Hen¬ derson, William Byrom Hudson. Fifth Row: James Curtis Hus- kins, James Upton King, James King, David W. Kirk. William Colon Kyzer, Jimmy Clyde John, son, Gary Wayne Lay. Sixth Row: Robert Neil Lewis, William Vail Lewis, Robert Mor¬ gan Magness Jr., John G. Marino, Gary Duane Mayfield, Jack Ed¬ ward Meadows Jr., Tommy Ed¬ ward Musick. Seventh Row: John Kenneth Neely, James Glen Norman, Gary Eugene O’Neal, Kenneth R. Os¬ borne II, Keith Patterson, Anthony Frank Pultz, Mike Rice. Eighth Row: Henry Nelson Rog¬ ers III, James Loyd Rush, Ted H. Sanders, Stewart Saulsbury, Den¬ nis Dean Shaw, George L. Single- ton, L. Scott Stafford. Ninth Row: William B. Wag¬ oner, Don Wesley Walker, Paul Webb, George Weldon Westmore¬ land, Marvin Edward Whitehead, Bobby Joe Witherington, Larrv Wade Wood, Shelby Woods. PiKA One Of Oldest Fraternities Pi Kappa Alpha enjoyed continued success con¬ sistent with its more than sixty-year history at the UofA. Outstanding representatives of PiKA were Jim Wellons, Blue Key and Cardinal XX; David Fitton, Cardinal XX and president of the Pre-Law Club; Don Walker, president of ABC pledge class; Paul Rogers, treasurer of the Pre-Law Club and member of the executive committee of YDC and Scott Stafford, who maintained a 4.00 scholastic record. Pikes were also found on the Razorback athletic teams. Harry Jones, Hartford Hamilton, Jack Brasuell, Stu Berryhill and Don Richardson helped lead the Porkers to a second straight undefeated football season. John Talkington was a starter on the basketball team, and Bob Brandon was on the UofA track team. Scholarship was of primary concern with PiKA as they ranked third out of fourteen fraternities. Pike social activities included the Roaring 20’s party, the Christmas Brunch, the Dream Girl formal, the Gaebale barbeque and an annual spring outing. First semester officers were David Fitton, president; Don Cassil, vice-president; Rusty Rogers, secretary and Bob Magness, treasurer. Rusty Rogers was elected sec¬ ond semester president along with Fred Warren, vice- president; Jim England, secretary and Bob Magness, treasurer. SAE Wins First In Float Design Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the first southern fratern¬ ity, being founded in 1856 at the University of Ala¬ bama. Alpha Upsilon chapter came to the University in 1894. Four Alphs are student body officers: treasurer, Bill Dillard; senators, Barry McKuin and Harold Sud¬ bury and senior class president, J. J. Scroggin. SAE’s serving in honor organizations include eleven members of Blue Key, two members of ODK and four members of Cardinal XX. Paul Ray served as co-director of Gaebale and Larry James was selected as Brigade Com¬ mander of Army ROTC. Organization officers include: Rodger Kline, president of Blue Key; Bart Lindsey, president of Circle K; Garvis Pollard, president of Scabbard and Blade; Larry James, vice-president of Scabbard and Blade and Rodger Kline, president of the Engineering Council. Paul Ray, Bill Dillard and Rodger Kline were selected for Who’s Who. The social side was equally eventful for the Alphs. Events included the Christmas formal, Pledge party and annual Spring Costume party. SAE placed first in the homecoming float competition. Officers for the year were (first semester) Ed Mc- Corkle, president; Garvis Pollard, vice-president; Mark Nason, secretary and Barry McKuin, treasurer. Second semester officers were Garvis Pollard, president; Mickey Reilly, vice-president; Sandy Ladage, secretary and Tim Davis, treasurer. Members of SAE tuned up their voices for the annual Singfony compaction but were judged ineligible because of their unusually high voices. First Row: Jack A. Adams, Robert Atherton Blanshard. Ray M. Boudreaux, Louis McDaniel Bowen, John Dudley Bridgforth, Charles Chris Burrow, P. D. Bur¬ ton. Second Row: Donald Louis Cor¬ bin, Michael R. Couch, W. Peyton Daniel, Timothy Eugene Davis, Spike Dietrich, Richard Allen Doss, James Alan Douel. Third Row: Joe B. Edwards, Daniel H. Felton, Floyd Harold Fincher, William N. Gregory, Michael A. Haggard, Frederick Daniel Harrelson, Charles Edwin Hoke. Fourth Row: Ronald Hardy Jek- er, Tappan Hornor Jennings, Ron¬ nie Hall Justiss, Ronnie S. Keisler, Walker E. Kelley Jr., Richard Max Kline, Frederick S. Ladage. Fifth Ryw: Larry Louis Lambi- otte, Cecil Laughlin III, Steven Keys Lester, Robert Stark Ligon Jr., Orland Tarver Linebarier Jr., Bart Rabb Lindsey, Ross Edwin Mace. Sixth Row: Thomas E. Massey III, Edward W. McCorkle, Larry Douglas McGrew, Barry L. Mc- Kuin, Gary Wayne McKuin, Rick McNair, Jack Allison McNulty. Seventh Row: Ted A. McNulty, Richard Nile Moore Jr., Charles B. Owens, Thomas S. Palmer, Robert Clyde Patton, Jerry Dean Pinson, Garvis M. Pollard Jr. Eighth Row: Claud R. Prewitt, William Garland Proffitt, Paul Richard Ray Jr., Peter Campbell Ray, Ben Franklin Reagor, Law¬ rence Joseph Reilly Jr., Hunter Lee Roberts. Ninth Row: Gordon Gray Rog¬ ers, Carl Henry Rose, Jon Jeffrey Scroggin, William Oliver Shields, Michael B. Shirkey, Frederick Strawn Spencer, James V. Spen¬ cer III. Tenth Row: William P. Steele. Leslie William Steen, Drew Stur¬ gis, David Sutherland Sykes. Thomas Alva Thompson, James William Walker, George T. Weaver Jr.. Joe Mike Wood. First Row: Hiram Milton Alex¬ ander, Daniel Eugene Bartell, James G. Barton, Stephen Russell Bigger, James Ross Bilbrey, Ed¬ win Williamson Bire Jr., Robert Alan Boyce. Second Row: Glenn Miller Brat¬ cher, C. Winston Brown, Irwin Hal Brown, Michael Stuart Cash- ion. Stephen Robert Clark, James 1). Cole. Michael Dortch Coleman. Third Row: Lonnie Clyde Couch Jr., Raymond Shelton Crawford III, John Bellfield Currie Jr., Rob¬ ert Anthony DeClerk, William Ja¬ cob DeClerk, Thomas Joe Dodson, Robert Edwards. Fourth Row: William Bradford Eoff Jr., Johnny D. Fitton. Elwood Arthur Freeman Jr., William J. Gaskin. A. Peyton Golden III, Ralph C. Hamner Jr., Michael Preston Harkey. Fifth Row: Richard Franklin Hatfield, Thomas Stewart Head- lee, Robert Pope Heslep, Robert Henry Hodges, Jerry Dwight Hol¬ ley, Aden Jackson Holt, Arthur Lee Hornick Jr. Sixth Row: John Hornor Howe, William Michael Huffman, Owen Thomas Hunt Jr., George D. Hur¬ ley, Jim Warren Hyden, John Birk- head Jackson. Gary Mark Jeffreys, Johnny Louis Johnson. Seventh Row: Michael Eugene Jones, William Craig King, Joseph Elkins Klein, William A. Lafferty, Mike Richard Landers, William H. Landers, James Stephen Lauck, David E. Lewis. Eighth Row: Robert Stephen Maris, Louie Edward Marrs Jr., Alan James Masterson, James Madison May, Jim Mayes, Thom¬ as Michael McCutcheon. Edward P. McGehee HI. Pat McLochlin. Ninth Row: Mickey Paul Mc- Shan, Alvin Reynold Meyer, Wal¬ lace McClain Moody, Wayne Thomas Moore, Jon K. Newsum, William Gregory Norsworthy, Evan Larry Pugh, Ralph Raymond Ramsey Jr. Sigma Chis can usually be found behind the house play¬ ing a round of garbage ball, a game they invented. Skis Hold Second Derby Day The Omega Omega Chapter of Sigma Chi celebrated another year of achievement in scholarship and con¬ tinued to accumulate honors in campus activities and organizations. Doug Hurley was selected for Who’s Who. Many other individuals showed their leadership abilities through individual achievements: Mack Mc- Larty was elected president of Cardinal XX; Jim King, Larry Moffett and Bill Vo well were tapped for member¬ ship in Blue Key; Bruce Switzer served as president of YDC; Dick Wyatt and Joe Klein were tapped for ODK and Mack McLarty served as IFC Rush Chair¬ man. Along with parties after the football games and numerous fall and spring outings, the social activities of Sigma Chi included Ski Lodge Party and their Second Annual Derby Day. Doug Hurley served as president of the chapter during the fall along with Fred Davis, vice-president; Jim May, secretary and Jim Hydes, treasurer. Spring officers were Jim King, president; Bill Vowell, vice- president; John Stickman, secretary and Jim Hyden, treasurer. First Row: Lee Whitlow Reed, Kenneth Ron Reeves, Henry Lyle Rogers, Albert Holly Rusher Jr., John Houston Sample. Ladd Ju¬ lian Seri her, Theodore Campbell Skokos. Second Row: John Richard Stickman, John McCollum Stin¬ son, Bruce D. Switzer, Lawson Witlens Turner III, Michael Ed¬ ward Utley, William Oliver Vo¬ well, Charles Oscie Walker. Third Row: Edward Bramel Walker, Thomas R. Wallace, Woody W. White. Charles Edwin Whitley, John Steven Woody, Wil¬ liam H. L. Woodyard, Dick Wyatt. There was very little time for studies in the Snake house in the spring semester with a candidate for president. Sigma Nu’s Lea Wins Presidency Gamma Upsilon chapter of Sigma Nu continued its tradition of leadership and honors on the UofA campus. Highlighting the year were the election of Tom Lea as president of Associated Students for 1966-’67 and the Sigma Nu Relays. Individual achievements in the academic and extra¬ curricular world highlighted a cooperative effort. Joe Henderson, Bill Smead, Pat Shannon, Jerry Sparrow and Tom Butt were tapped for membership in ODK. Tapped for Blue Key were Tom Lea, David Harper and Vince Long. j. D. McConnell and Sherman John¬ son were selected to Who’s Who. In publications, Don Henry was selected as business manager for the TRAVELER and Kent Rubens was named editor of the “A” Book. Offices held by Sigma Nu’s included Jim Williams, vice-president of Blue Key and chairman of Razorback Day; Tom Lea, justice on the Student Court; Kent Rubens, president of Phi Eta Sigma and Steve Rousseau, president of the Honors Council. Joe Henderson served in the Student Senate and John Simpson and Kent Rubens were in Cardinal XX. Social events were highlighted by the annual Sadie Hawkins weekend and the White Rose formal. Sigma Nu Pledges were represented at Greek Week when Kent Rubens was selected IFC Outstanding Pledge. Officers for the fall were Sherman Johnson, presi¬ dent; Steve Zaccardi, vice-president; Dick McDougal, secretary and Pat Shannon, treasurer. For the spring, Tom Feilke was elected president; John Bale, vice- president; John Thane, secretary and Joe Henderson, treasurer. First Row: James Watson An¬ derson, William Eugene Bale, Dav¬ id Thomas Bell, William Larry Brian, Charles Lee Brown, Ken Freeman Calhoon, Richard Burn¬ ham Carruth. Second Row: John Sturdivant Clearley, Robert Marshall Clear- ley Jr., Robert Eugene Cockrum, Charles E. Cole jr., George R. Coppage, Joe B. Couch, John At¬ kins Crain. Third Row: Montie Wayne Dun¬ can. Bob East, Thomas Collier East, George C. Faucette, Thomas Arthur Feikle, Miles Dayton Fish, William Carl Floersch. First Row: Jim H. French, Gary Wayne Fulgham, Charles Michael Gavlington, Edward Stuart Gilles¬ pie, K. M. Steven Gillespie, Way- land L. Godshall, William N. Grier, Second Row: William N. Grim- mett, Ray Grimshaw, Blake Whit¬ tington Harper, David Lee Harper. Joe Boyd Henderson Jr., William Daniel Hendrix, Donald Howard Henry. Third Row: Jerry Donald Jack- son, Michael Jaecker, Ebb Weldon Johnson, Wesley Sherman John¬ son, Lemuel Harriss Kerr III, Richard Donald Knight, William Grady Knight Jr. Fourth Row: Jerry Monroe Lan- er, Tom Lea, William Royce Lee, Don E. Little, Vince Morris Long, Charles G. Martin, Marvin H. Maurras. Fifth Row: John Dorland Mc¬ Connell, Richard Davis McDoug- all, Pat LI. McGowan, John Ed¬ win McLelland, Frank C. McMil- lin, Russell Scott Mease, Larry W. Meyer. Sixth Row: Fred Mitchell Jr., Henry Clay Moore, Michael Ellis Moss, Gene Curtis Napier, Joe E. Nowlin, Robert Edger Nowlin, Chris Polychron. Gerald A. Pon¬ der. Seventh Row: Walt Priest, Mark Owen Roberts, John Joseph Pow- nak, Kent J. Rubens, David Pat¬ ton Rudder, William M. Seeger, John White Shannon, Richard Pat¬ rick Shannon. Eighth Rjw: Ken Sharp, John Bennett Simpson, William J. Smead, Terry Randal Smith, Jerry C. Sparrow, Gary Noel Stebor, George Edwin Steel, Gary Kent Stephens. Ninth Row: Thomas N. Sullins. John Wirt Thane, Robert S. Thorn¬ ton, John Stanley Turner, Bruce Handel Whitson, Alan G. Wil¬ liams, Jim Ward Williams, Stephen Anthony Zaccardi. First Row : William Lee Bar¬ tholomew, Rick Beard, Ronald D. Blankenship, Christopher Clodr Brazil, Kenneth J. Bynum, Robert Hartsell Denton, William Howell Edwards II. Second Row: Roland Elder, Dav¬ id Fulton, Phil D. Guinn. Rich¬ ard Whit Hall, William Sykes Harris Jr., James Harrell Henley, Hubert Holcombe Jr. Third Row: A. Tim Irby, Jim A. Johnson, Victor R. Johnson, Richard H. Jones, Robert Lee Jones III, Robert N. Jones, Kirt Harold Kiester. Fourth Row: James Johnson Leach, Gregory William Lee, John K. Martensen, Phil Elbert Mat¬ thews, Bobby Ray McDaniel. Wal¬ ter Allen Murray, Carl Edward 1 Parker. Fifth Row: William Edward Pittman, John Wesley Purtle, Sam¬ uel Scott Puryear, Stephen Mar- hew Reasoner, Cloyse Arley Ritch¬ ey, Cooper Yerger Robinson Jr., Clyde Tilden Rodgers Jr. Sixth Rem: Richard E. Savage, Roger Dale Schisler, David Lee Scobry, Robert Alfred Scott, Larry Jerome Shelton, Bill Slater. Neil Norman Snyder III. Sig Ep ' s wile away the a brotherly game of time with volleyball. 458 Cleaning up the house is one of the main functions of a pledge. It teaches them how to be clean. Sig Eps Hold Annual Luau In another year of achievement, the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon were well-represented in all phases of campus activity. Bill Stoll was ejected to Who’s Who and tapped for membership in ODK. Fred Chandler was secretary of ODK, and Mart Vehik and Steve Reasoner were members. Clyde Rodgers, Jim Johnson and Mike Fitzhugh were members of Circle K; Sikes Harris, Bob McDaniel and Ron Blankenship were in Alpha Kappa Psi; McDaniel and Neil Snyder were Cardinal XX and Chuck Hemingway was sports editor of the TRAVELER. Outstanding Sig Ep social functions of the year included the Golden Heart Ball and numerous drop- ins and parties. The Sig Ep Luau, the highlight of the year, was held in the spring. SPE was well represented on the athletic field by All-Southwest Conference choices Jim Williams and Jon Brittenum and by Paul Ramey, Jim Wiesenhunt, David Spatz and Richard Coleman. Officers for the year were Steve Reasoner, presi¬ dent; Randy Coleman, vice-president; Neil Snyder, sec¬ retary and Fred Chandler, controller. First Row : John Hopkins Stan¬ ley Jr.. William Randall Steward, William H. Stoll, Charles Alfred Stout, Phillip Michael Swann, Robert Gordon Taylor. Second Row : William Harold Tucker, Mart Vehik, Larry V. Webster, Clyde John Wilson Jr., Craig Alvin Wittig, Jam s Turner Womble. a Pi Ends Year With Party Alpha Sigma chapter of Sigma Pi fraternity achieved outstanding honors and activities through another school year. Kent Burnett was selected to Blue Key, Theta Tau, AIIE, the Student Senate, Engineering Council, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma and IFC. Jon Keel was a member of Arnold Air Society, Theta Tau, Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, AIChE and one of the two Sigma Pi’s on the 1965 Razorback Cheer¬ leader Squad. Buzz Arnold was a past member of Who’s Who, Theta Tau, ODK, Student Senate, Engi¬ neering Council, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon and past Vice-President of IFC. In publications John Pemberton and Ray Vester served as Business Manager and Assistant Business Manager of the TRAVELER. Sigma Pi had many varied social activities this year. These included house parties after Dad’s Day and Homecoming, two formals and a Founder’s Day Banquet. The highlight this spring was the annual Singapore Sling where the “Uniques” entertained. Kent Burnett added the biggest crown to Sigma Pi’s achievements by being elected vice-president of Associated Students for 1966-’67. Sigma Pi officers were, for the first semester, John Burns, president; Kent Burnett, vice-president; Joe Sing, secretary and Ray Vester, treasurer. For the sec¬ ond semester, Kent Burnett served as president; Ray Vester, vice-president; Jim Vawter, secretary and Dick Chapman, treasurer. V. a AA First Row: Gerald David Barnes, Joe Keith Bridgforth, David Leon Bright, Jack W. Briley, John J. Burns, Richard Chapman. Second Row: Robert Steven Chastain, Richard Carl Christy. Billy Dewaync Dover, Jimmie Will Edwards, Michael David Eidson. John Wilkins Garner. Third Row: Creed Michel Haigh, Harry Hartstein, James S. Keel, Robert J. Kirspel, William Ross McKamey, Richard Glover Page. Fourth Row: John William Pem¬ berton, Dudley Ernest Pritchard Jr, James Roy Pugh Jr., Donald Cue Pullen, Herbert L. Ray, John Leslie Ricks Jr. Fifth Row: Michael Edward Rol¬ lins. Joe P. Sing Jr., Joe Vernon Sing, Steven Allen Slack, Ronald Joe Stone, James Bryant Vawter, Dennis Ray Young. Sigma Pi did well in all aspects of intramurals during the year — that is, with exception of baseball. — First Row: Loren Barry Allen, Garrett Gordon Apple Jr., James Wesley Atkins, Linn Hemingway Bealke, Willis Herrera Beardall, Robert Lee Bell Jr., Robert Mich¬ ael Bruce, John Austin Buercklin. Second Row: Charles H. Cagle, Frank Chuck Carpino, James Rob¬ ert Casey, Maurice Leon Chevalier. Kenneth Martin Clapp, Michael Wayne Clark, Stephen Edward Coil, Nathan Lewis Combs. Third Row: Ralph Melvin Craf- ton, John D. Crouch, Terry R. Dake, James Roland Engelage, John Stephen Frame, Perry Leon Franklin, Terry Lee Franklin. Phil¬ lip Eugene Fredrich. Fourth Row: Andrew E. Grygo, Harold Max Hackworth, Lavern Lee Holifield, Tommy Jack How¬ ard, Steven Garland Hurst, Mike Johnson, Arthur Lee Kelly, James A. McEwen. Fifth Row: Michael John Mc¬ Guire, David Lee McNutt, Joseph T. Miller, Johnny Burge Mitchum, Steve Jack Morgan, Wesley Wayne Morris, David Larry Netherton. Sixth Row: Jean E. Neuberger III, Michael John Norton, Gary Dale Plummer, Richard Lee Proc¬ tor, Dwayne Angelo Raper, George Hamilton Rather, Virgil H. Ray¬ burn III. Tekes helped clean up the Fayette¬ ville city park as part of their activities during Greek Week. Tekes gather outside their house to show their pledge strength (40) to neighboring fraternities on Arkansas. Teke Gains Most Pledges Tau Kappa Epsilon, now in its fifth year at the University of Arkansas, maintained during the fall semester a 40-man pledge class, largest on campus. Tekes took first place in the Homecoming house deco¬ ration contest. Tekes were once again among the top contenders in A A intramural competition this year. Campus leaders included, Cid Sutoris, editor of the TRAVELER, John Sullivan, co-chairman of Greek Week and John Graves, student senator in charge of the student forum. Social activities were highlighted by the traditional Old South Ball, complete with Confederate uniforms. Other activities included Scholarship Awards Day, Founders’ Day, the Blazer Party, the annual Texas Victory Dance and social events with all eight sororities. Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded internationally in 1899 and has now grown to the nation’s largest social fraternity with over 215 chapters; the UofA chapter was the 188th chartered. Officers for the fall semester included Terry Dake, president; Jack Bayer, vice-president; Maurice Cheva¬ lier, secretary and Mike Clark, treasurer. Spring se¬ mester officers were Laverne Holifield, president; Mike Clark, vice-president; Lanny Winberry, secretary and Larry Nelson, treasurer. First Row: Robert Scott Reser. Michael G. Rothman, Gary Gene Shannon, John Gregg Sullivan, Michael Kipp Sullivan, George L. Thomas. Second Row: Charles Vernon Tiner Jr., Richard L. Van Meter, Keith M. Wade, Anderson H. Wil¬ liams III, David Lee Wilson, Lan¬ ny Thalbert Winberry. Theta Taus engage in contest to see how many they can stack on a honda — they had too few members. Theta Tau Stresses Grades Although Theta Tau is primarily concerned with scholastic achievements, its social calendar is not lack¬ ing. Early in the year, the Founders Day Banquet was held, followed by the fall and spring outing and the St. Patricia Banquet. On April 7, Theta Taus cele¬ brated the thirty-eighth anniversary of the founding of Theta Tau at the UofA. Along with an outstanding scholastic record, mem¬ bers of Theta Tau continued to show leadership ability in many phases of campus life and were especially outstanding in the various engineering organizations. Jim Womble, Randy Stewart and Rodger Kline were selected for Who’s Who, and Rodger Kline was presi¬ dent of Blue Key. Officers for the first semester were Jim Womble, president; Gus Vratsinas, vice-president; Bill Jennings, secretary and Bill McMoran, treasurer. Second semester officers were Gus Vratsinas, president; Bill McMoran, vice-president and Jim Walker, secretary. First Row: Farouk Ahmed Ba- jour, Tilman Bearden Jr., George Kent Burnett, Jeffery Lynn Ken- nington, William Dalton McMor¬ an, Don L. Meade. Second Row : James Chris Poole, James William Robbins, Joseph Nevin Robbins, Gus Michael Vrat¬ sinas, Robert Shermroy Wheeler. Engineers, especially Theta Tau members, woo their dates in strange manner. Dress was copied from Alpha Grabba Hoe magazine. I Carnall Hall Gains Offices, Honors Carnall Hall residents experienced a successful year both in hall activities and campus activities. Officers for the year were Georgann Kincannon, president; Joyce Rutledge, vice president; Ginger McDonald, secretary; and Mary Hargis, treasurer. Individual honors have included Donna Truax, Mortar Board Editor; Karen Waldrip, Razorback Beauty; Sylvia Spencer, AWS Press Representative and associate editor of the TRAVELER; and Georgann Kincannon, student senator. Carnall residents have been active in AWS, WIHC, honorary scholastic fra¬ ternities and four girls made the Dean’s List. Among Carnall’s social activities have been buffets, a smorgasbord, a faculty-staff dinner and third place Homecoming float. Karen Waldrip capped Carnall’s successful year by being selected Miss UofA. Nancy Ellen Woods checks over the sign-out book to catch Sylvia Spencer in another dastardly deed — either not signing out or not coming in. First Row: Dixie Jane Ander¬ son, Linda Joyce Arroyo, Diane Barnett, Karen Elaine Beal, Pris¬ cilla Jean Blakeman, Jean Buc¬ hanan. Second Row: Connie Sue Carnes, Catherine Elaine Cooper, Sammye Jewell Davis, Joan Irene Deere, Judith Kaye Donaldson, Anna Kathryn Drace. Third Row: Della Ruth Farm¬ er, Kathy Janell Gaskin, Janis Leslie Geyer, Bette Ann Gilchrist, Beverly Anne Grant, Sharon Kay Greene. Fourth Row: Mary Elaine Hargis, Juanita Ann Hastings, Lynda Jo Hawkins. Darlene Chris¬ tina Holland, Sandra Jean Horne, Glenda Darlene Johnson. Fifth Row: Kathryn Estelle Jones, Diane Kappes, Georgann Kincannon, Nancy Lee Langley, Karolyn Lenard, Carolyn Sue Mc¬ Coy. Sixth Row: Ginger Kaye Mc¬ Donald, Barbara Ann Mclnnis, Carolyn Sue Metcalf, Patricia Ann Newton, Jo Donna Norton, Tawana Sue Phillips. Seventh Row: Rebecca Jane Pickens, Betty Jean Rinie, Mazie Sue Ross, Joyce Elaine Rutledge, Jeanne Setser, Diana Lynn Sie- mon, Diana Lolet Smith. Eighth Row: Troy Faith Smith, Sylvia Ann Spencer, Alice Anne Stafford, Ruby Nell Threlkeld, Donna R. Truax, Virginia Kay Turner, Lynda Kaye Upshaw. Ninth Row: Rebecca Ann Wald¬ en, Deanna Karen Waldrip, Phyliss Ann Webb, Virginia Ream West, Janet Faye Whitson, Paula Ann Wilson, Nancy Ellen Woods. One of the two busiest switchboards on campus is manned by hard, tough, Jones-trained commandos. Fulbright Active pus Life Fulbright Hall’s 400 freshmen residents maintained a high rating in all aspects of campus activities this year. First semester, Fulbright was under the leadership of Joyce Taylor, president; Sally Sedwick, secretary and Robbie Mitchell, treasurer. Second semester officers were Margie Herndon, president; Margaret Little, sec¬ retary and Barbara Hebert, treasurer. Fulbright won third place in the Homecoming float competition. Robyn Gannaway and Sandy Gaston were selected as Razorback Beauties. Alpha Lambda Delta tapped 17 Fulbright Women and 10 Fulbright women were selected for Chimes. The women were also active in WIHC, Civic Club, Swimming Club, ABC, Young Democrats, Young Republicans, Sopho¬ more Counselors and WRA. Social activities included a Christmas party for underprivileged children, drop-ins and exchange din¬ ners. The main event of the year was the annual spring formal. This year the theme was “Adventures in Paradise.” First Row: Tia Lynn Akins, Linda Gail Atkins, Susan Roone Badgett, Sarah Elizabeth Baird, Mary Jeannette Baker, Rebecca Ann Baker, Janis Faye Barnes, Jackie Sue Barrett. Second Row: Jackie Barron. Judith Amelia Batchelor, Donna Lynn Bell, Mary Martha Bell, Janet Sue Bennett, Judith Ann Berry, Marilyn Berry, Tina Bew. Third Row: Jon-Ann Bieker, Sheryl Eugenia Bieloh, Connie Ann Bland, Janet Eileen Blundell, Karel Eileen Bohlken, Jewel Ann Boll, Patsy Lynette Bowers. Linda Merle Box. First Row: Gretchen Jean Boyd. Linda Hope Brady, Cora Etta Brantley, Patricia Ann Brantley, Linda Jean Brigance, Betsy Brooks, Susie Brown. Second Row : Pamela Ann Bru- nell, Sherry Louise Bryant, Caro¬ lyn Jo Buckman. Dean Ann Butler, Susan D. Butter, Linda Kay Carp- ender, Darlene Carter. Third Row: Hilda Arnold Carter, Barbara Jo Cavender, Jeanine Cecil, Vicky Margaret Chalfant, Debra Sue Cheatham, Linda Clay, Judy J. Cole. Fourth Row: Charlotte Karen Coleman, Kay Graham Collins, Frances Elizabeth Cook, Margaret Elizabeth Cook, Patricia Joyce Cowger, Paggy Sue Cox, Mary Ann Crawford. Fifth Row: Norma Ruth Craw¬ ford, Cynthia Ann Creel, Pebble Lynn Daniel, Ann Margaret Darks, Susan Carol Darnall, Beverly Ann Davies, Mary Patricia Davis. Sixth Row: 0. Joan Davis, Pamela Kay Davis, Priscilla Ann Davis, Mary Annette DeSalvo, Carol Dickinson, Susan Dodd, Barbara Kay Doherty. Seventh Row: Patricia Marie Draper, Annetta Louise Duffy, Jimmie Hurene Duke, Tommie Kay Ebbert, Paula Lee Edgin, Kath¬ erine Curtis Edwards, Kathryn Marie Eggers. Eighth Row: Janet Lee Ehran- berg, Janice Sue Ellen, Susan Wood Ellsworth, Linda Sue El¬ more, Gloria Elrod, Doris Gail Erickson. Jenelle Erwin. Ninth Row: Glenyce Gail Estes, Frances JoAnn Everett, Fern Eliza¬ beth Farr, Linda Jo Faulkner, Judy Lynn Ferguson, Pamela Jo Fesler, Jane Fine. Tenth Roiv: Marrin Ruth Fitton, Pamela Foster, Sue Marie Gardner, Sandra Sue Gaston, Diane Gilbert, Patricia Nelle Billiam, Linda Diane Gist. Eleventh Row: Connie J. Goble, Linda Reed Gordon. Nancy Mae Grabill, Charline Marie Grant, Sheryl Annetta Gray, Amy Green- •ough, Elizabeth Ann Greer. mgmm First Row: Wanda Lynn Greg¬ ory, Linda Faye Griffin, JoAnna Grooms, Linda L. Gushea, Mary Louise Hall, Diana Lillian Hamb¬ len, Barbara Rose Hebert, Sara Helen Heitman. Second Row: Nancy Elizabeth Helms, Clara Jean Henderson, Mary Henley, Margie Lyn Hern¬ don, Belinda Jane Hillhouse, Charlotte Ann Hilton, Si Lynn Hollan, Vicki Ann Horton. Third Row: Linda Hudgings, Karen Keva Hunt, Tana Jo Isbell, Judith Ann Jarstad, Judith Marie Jeffers, Patricia Kay Jenkins, Judith Kay Jewell, Muriel Anne Johnson. Fourth Row: Yvette Marie John¬ son, Lynda Lee Johnston, Lecia Franceen Jones, Mary Jane Jones, Phyllis Anne Kane, Gaye Lynn Kaines, Vicki Karrant, Beverly Lanier Kaufman. Fifth Row: Pamela Carrie Kelly, Martha Ann Kent, Jo Carol Kil- lingsworth, Marian Deaton Kim¬ ball, Helen Vance Kirby, Kay Ellen Keammer, Leslie Dee Kraich, Lo¬ retta Grace Lane. Sixth Row: Tannda Langston, Marketa Linck, Linda Diane Lips¬ comb, Margaret Anne Little, Pat Luper, Barbara Lyons, Mary Louise Malpica, Madalyn Marchman. Seventh Row: Gayle Elizabeth Martin, Susan Frances Maxwell, Susan Gilman McCreight, Carol Jane McDaniel, Patricia Ann Mc- Gaha, Sissy McGuire, Linda Kay McKennon, Leigh McKinney. Eighth Row: Sharon Sue Mc¬ Kinney, Janet Elizabeth McNerney, Tommie Kathryn McSpadden, Mary Louise Meredith, Geline Merkle, Carol Anne Mock, Barbara Sue Mogg. Ninth Row: Karen Louise Moore, Roanna Moore, Rose Ann Moore, Christine Moorhead, Mary Kathryn Morgan. Martha Sue Mullenix, Edna Renee Murphy. Tenth Row: Linda Kaye Need¬ ham, Jane Ann Neely, Junie Eliza¬ beth Nelson, Anita Nell Nevius, Saundra Sue Nummo, Janice Jo¬ anne Nixon, Marolyn Cobb Noble. Eleventh Row: Carol Cormack Nusch, Betty Jane Nutt, Peggy June Nutt, Linda Sue Oakley, Mary Margaret Ogden, Jane Pur- year Oldner, Janice Margaret Olin. First Row : Rinda Oliver, Janice Velma Orrick, Catherine Ann Pat¬ terson, Tommie Jean Patterson, Diane L. Patton, Terry Lynn Pear¬ son, Marsha Gwen Pel]ham, Pa¬ tricia Jane Peterson, Kathleen Phelps. Second Row: Karen Lee Pile, Sula Mae Pinson, Mary Kay Pledgar, Suzanne Porter, Alma Powell, Nancy Anne Poynor, Ann Lehman Pride, Zelma Lynn Pom- phrey. Third Row: Johnette Gravelle Querbes, Barbara Louise Rails- back, Carol Jean Raines, Ann Elizabeth Rainwater, Lea Christine Randle, Leonette Arthurene Reed, Meg Reed, Sharon Ann Reed. Fourth Row: Susan Reed, Kath¬ ryn Anne Reeves, Jennifer Lynn Richardson, Yvonne Louise Robi- chaux, Jane A. Rodgers, Nina Myrl Rogers, Deneice Rae-Jean Rose, Paula Rosenau. Fifth Row: Patricia Lee Ryan, Tamsy Rea Sandforn, Sylvia Sue Schwachhofer, Carol Mae Sc hwarz- lose, Mary Anne Scott, Veeta Scott, Sally Payne Sedwick, Glenna Rebecca Shane. Sixth Row: Barbara Jean Sharp, Brenda Ruth Shelton, Suzi Shelton, Peggy Sue Shields, Jacquelyne Ruth Shipley, Shari Lynn Shively, Mary Kay Sick, Sharon Lynn Singleton. Seventh Row: Kathleen Smith, Mary Louise Smith, Myrtis Eliza¬ beth Smith, Sharon Elizabeth Smith, Shirley Katherine Smith, Constance Lynn Snapp, Mary Elizabeth Snider, Carolyn Ann Snow. Fulbright Hall Lonely Fulbright girl symbolizes the spirit of freshman womanhood on long, hard trek from dorm to class. 473 First Row : Judy Gail Snow, Renee Sorrell, Cheryl Sparks, Carolyn Jene Springfield, Sandra Kay Stacey, Beverly Sue Standlee, Patricia Glee Stephens. Patricia Ann Stevenson. Second Row: Mary Eleanor Stocker, Peggy Lee Stoia, Sandye Stokes, Ceelia Kay Stroope, Kath¬ leen Suggs, Elizabeth Scott Sum¬ ner, Leslie Ann Szafir, Emma Joyce Taylor. Third Row: Toni Ann Taylor, Carla Susannah Temple, Kay Tem¬ ple, Pamela D. Temple, Patricia Ann Thielemier, Terence Hall Thompson, Linda Joyce Townsend, Robyn Trent. Fourth Row: Anne Frances Udovj, Vicki Ann Upchurch, Carol Irene Vance, Helen Delores Van- curen, Elizabeth Anne Vawter, Vicky Vincent, Nancy Ann Wad¬ dell, Donna Frances Waldo. Fifth Row: Edith Flecher Walk¬ er, Jana Christine Walker, Vikki Walker, Cheryl Ann Waller, Margaret Fay Ward, Susan Kay Ward, Sarah Margaret Watt, Caro¬ lyn Anne Waters. Sixth Row: Donna Sue Weath¬ ers, Christine Beate White, Leah Wilkinson, Elsie Kay Williams, Johnetta Williams, Judith Ann Williams, Sherry Kay Williams, Sara Beth Williamson. Seventh Row: Susan Clare Wil¬ son, Ann Wininger, Nancy Lynn Wood, Susan Permelia Wood, Cas- andra Sheridan Nell Wormington, Emma Lee Wright, Phyllis Mae Wyatt, Edith Maire Yocum. Fulbright Hall Freshman woman ' s contact with the outside world hinges on the phone switchboard in Fulbright Hall. 474 Futrall Hall Women Excel In WRA Futrall Hall women were busy with many functions and active in campus organizations this year. They were under the leadership of Ronda Carpenter, presi¬ dent; Sybil Nash, secretary and Kathy McKenzie, treas¬ urer. Second semester officers were Carolyn Holcomb, president; Phyllis Weeks, secretary and Teresa Lewis, treasurer. Futrall women excelled in WRA activities, taking several team and individual honors. Many of the girls were busy with campus activities. There were 10 sopho¬ more counselors. Seventeen girls were members of honorary fraternities. Other outstanding girls include Leslie Sharp, chairman of AWS Judicial Board and Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sue Elliott, secretary of Chimes; Carolyn Holcomb, student senator and Linda Eskue, president of Chi Theta. Sunbathing is a major sport for women ' s houses like Futrall in the spring and creates a new sport for men. Would you believe peeping toms? mmm MMM « 1 % First Row: Donna Gaye Allen, Marsha Carole Arthur, Joan Marie Baird, Catherine Elizabeth Baker, Jean Elizabeth Beaman, Judy L. Bell, Nancy Annette Blake. Second Row: Ann Louise Bram- bi, Gloria Jean Bray, Marilou Brodie, Marilyn Brodie, Joan Va- linda Browder, Linda Lee Brown, Nancy June Brown. Third Row: Ronda Carpenter, Sarah Lynn Chesshir. Linda Ann Chiolino, Kathryn L. Coleman, Sarah Elizabeth Cook, Susan Ernestine Creel, Margaret Eliza¬ beth Daniel. Fourth Row: Dixie Ann David, Helen R. Davis, Jacqueline Jo Davis, Lina Jean Davis, Linda Francis Deere, Patricia Gayle De- Laney, Caroline Monroe DeWolfe. Fijth Row: Constance Marie Dierks, Patricia Ann Donahue, Norma Jean Doss, Nell Edge, Janis Jo Edwards, Patricia Ann Edwards, Johnna Earlene Elliott. Sixth Row: Susan Vergene Elliott, Linda Louise Eskue, Linda Doris Evans, Jacquelene Marie Fielding, Paula J. Fielding, Diana Fitts, Katie Marie Ford, Carol Jean Foster. Seventh Row: Barbara Ann Fowler, Anne Lynn Gilbert. Veronica Lee Gilstrap, Sharon Leigh Gragg, Judy Patricia Graves, Mary Lin Greene. Eighth Row: Cheryl Ann Greg¬ ory, Jeannie Gritz, Sandra Jean Hall, Mary Elizabeth Hamiter, Harbin Jane Hammers, Margaret Ann Hile, Shirley L. Hook. Ninth Row: Donna Jean Hud¬ son, Sharon L. Johnson, Susan Elizabeth Johnson, Sara E. Kelley, Florence Diana Kinder, Marilyn Kay Kendrick, Thelma G. Kim- brell. Tenth Row: Judith Lynn Koen, Glenda Gay Law, Celestine Led- ing, Sanda Lee Leiting, Sally Lenggenhager, Teresa Diane Lewis, Virginia Lynn Leysath. Eleventh Row: Judith Ann Lof¬ ton, Jenny Mack, Karen Sue Magie, Nancy Gaye Marble, Mary Fran Marsh. Judy Kaye Mason, Madelyn McLeod. First Row: Mary Kathryn Mea- seles, Marilyn Melbourn, Geneva Louise Melton, Joan Elizabeth Mitchell, Gail Lois Mock, Marilyn Jeanette Moore, Beverly Jeanne Moorehead, Cheryl Paula Morgan. Second Row: Sandra Kay Mor¬ ton, Judy Nell Muller, Sybil Frances Nash, Alan Daly Neville, Mildred Penny Nichols, Judith Ann Nowell, Patricia Kay Oakes, Sandra Jean Oldham. Third Row: Sofia Pardo, Marcia Ann Partin, Diana Marie Pate, Penny La Jean Pendergrass, Martha Eunice Perdue, Constance Louise Perry, Linda Joyce Pledger, Cara Ann Pomfret. Fourth Row: Linda Maria Prince, Nancy Roth, Mary Rhodes, Cora Ann Richardson, Beverly Ann Robb. Harriet Elizabeth Root, Lajuana June Rush, Bettye F. Seymore. Fifth Row: Dixie Lee Silvers, Lucy Jane Spears, Marilyn Jeanne Steplock, Rebecca Frances Steven¬ son, Martha Elizabeth Stewart, Patricia Marie Stoll, Diane Elaine Sydoriak, Phyllis Kay Tacker. Sixth Row: Carol Ann Taylor, Mona Marsha Templeton, Molly Vorse Todd, Ellen Diane Treece, Eleanor Ruth Warren. Lewis Ann Webb, Phyllis Ilene Weeks, Linda Sue Westmoreland. Seventh Row: Linda Gail Wil¬ liams, Susan Virginia Widmer, Jackie Carol Wilson, Cindy C. Woodson, Linda Jane Weir, Sara Gwen Yocom, Marilyn Young. Futrall Hall Dorm food is neither good nor nourishing, and Futrall women sometimes resort to cooking their own in the kitchen that is provided. 477 First Row: Zanette Martinkus, Judith Evelyn Maslin, Elizabeth McNabb, Karen Ann Morgan, Judith Ann Mosey, Kathleen Kay Neu, Sue Carole Nodler. Second Row: Frances Jane Noon, Carol Jane Norton, Vicki Norwood, Frances Ann Orr, Re¬ becca Pace, Betty Ruth Parkhill, Ollie Lou Patton. Third Row: Mary Kaye Polk, Kathryn Price, Cecile Jozette Quimby, Gay Robin Reid, Bonnie Lee Reynolds, Vivian Lee Roba- son, Carole Ann Rodgers. Fourth Row: Jaunita Sue Sal- yars, Evelyn Sue Samons, Sheri Lynne Savage. Martha Irene Schaap, Linda Gale Scott, Louise Seitz, Marsha Kay Smith. Fifth Row: Naomi Faye Smith, Janice Sue Spleth, Jacquline Vir¬ ginia Stevens, Margaret Ann Sto- baugh, Nan Susan Stocker, Linda Gail Stone, Inger Gustavsdorrer Sundelin, June Elizabeth Thomas. Sixth Row: Mary Reid Thomp¬ son, Vicky Lea Thrash, Mary Margaret Torok. Sally Trammell, Hilda Undernehr, Carolyn Jo Ware, Verna Mae Webb, Martha Ellen Welson. Seventh Row: Judith Joan Welch, Jane Ann Wilkinson, Peggy Jo Willbanks, Linda Ann Willis, Millie Ann Wills, Sharon LeAnn Wisener, Karen Sue Wolfinbarger, Cynthia Lucille Worrell. Holcombe Hall Holcombe women argue over who gets to operate the switchboard. 478 Holcombe Houses Upperclass Women The women of Holcombe Hall had a very outstand¬ ing year taking honors in scholarship and campus organizations. The first semester, Holcombe was under the able leadership of Pam Grissinger, president; Dee Dandridge vice president; Patricia Arnold, secretary and Martha Grannan, treasurer. Elected to lead them second se¬ mester were Betty Ruth Parkhill, president; Janice Spleth, vice president; Linda Willis, secretary and Mary Margaret Torok, treasurer. Bringing special honors were Kathleen Barden, An¬ gel Flight, national and local PiKA Dream Girl, Mortar Board: Pam Grissinger. ROTC sponsor and St. Patricia finalist; Louise Sykes, AGR sweetheart and Agri Queen; Jan Corder, second runner-up to Miss U. of A. and Razorback Beauty; Lavada Bolt, secretary-treasurer Chi Alpha; Betty Ruth Parkhill. publicity chairman of People-to-People; Paula Giles, best actress award for her part in Pygmalion; Dee Dandridge, Schola Can- torum; Teena Mitchell, public relations chairman of WIHC; Martha Grannan, secretary of syncronized swim¬ ming club; Judy Welch and Sharon Wisener, debate team and Suzy Morris and Jane Barnett, senior counse¬ lors. The hall had a full social calendar with coffees, open houses, faculty dinners and an International din¬ ner. Holcombe also took third place in the house decorations at Homecoming. Reading GAZETTE and watching " As The World Turns " , Holcombe woman receives daily dose of current events, and thought-provoking comment. First Row : Grace Sylvia Ache- son, Norma Lee Agnew, Kathryn Allen, Patricia Ellen Arnold, Kath¬ leen Barden, Ruth Ann Beck, Lor¬ raine Ellen Belmont, Ingrid Ann Bloomberg. Second Row: Lavada Charleen Bolt, Ada Jean Brown, Sharon Kaye Bryant, Mary Carolyn Bunch, Faye Ann Carker, Kay Alice Caughron, Rebecca Ann Chaney, Linda Chilton. Third Row: Shirley Lee Coop¬ er, Janice Ann Corder. Connie Cothran, Mary Virginia Crow, Diana Dawn Dandridge, Susan Kay Douglas, Martha Kay Edwards, Cynthia Sue Erwin. Fourth Row: Hazel Jacqueline Evans, Sharon Kaye Farber, Susan Leigh Farley, Sarah Jo Farrar, Mary Frost, Constance Kay Gil¬ bert, Paula Catherine Giles, Sandra Ann Goodwin. Fifth Row: Martha Lou Gran- nan, Mary Carolyn Hale, Janie Annette Haley, Carol Ann Hanne- baum, Elsie Marie Hard, Margaret Hatchett, Pat Higham, Miriam Carolyn Hill. Sixth Row: Sherry Ann Holland, Sharon Kimberly Hunt, Jane Hurd, Linda Lee Jean, Gloria Jean Jenkins, Kaye Keller, Kitten Kelly, Mary Virginia Kenner. Seventh Row: Kathryn Louise King, Peggy Jane Kremer. Lou Ellen Lake Christy Lea Laman, Betty Jo Leach, Lynda Lewis, Rita Louise Lewis, Susan Diane Losey. Holcombe Hall Holcombe residents take time out from a ' fast game of catch ' to pose for boys in passing cars. 480 0 p i j 4-H House Leads In Scholarship The women of the 4-H House had another success¬ ful year under the leadership of Nancy Bratton, presi¬ dent; Norma Hipp, vice president and Janice Turner, social chairman. There were drop-ins and listening parties in the fall, along with the traditional Pollyanna Week. Christmas brought a tree-trimming party and banquet. Social functions for the spring included a faculty tea, Founder’s Day, a Valentine dessert and a western party. The 4-H House led University women’s residence halls in scholarship. Those bringing special honors were Jackye Shipley, counselor in Fulbright and copy editor of the TRAVELER; Janice Turner, president of WIHC; Elizabeth Fuhrman, counselor in Hotz and Christy Jenkins, president of AHEA. Other officers of AHEA were Diane Formby and Carolyn Hornsby. Nancy Bratton served as secretary of Agricultural Students Association and an officer of Phi Upsilon Omicron. Susan McManus and Sue Alexander were tapped for Alpha Lambda Delta. Oh, you shouldn ' t have! An AID kit — just what I ' ve always wanted. These were sounds coming from the annual 4-H House Christmas party. First Row : Mary Alice Alex¬ ander, Susan Evelyn Alexander, Barbara Ann Bennett, S san Lin- nie Benton, Mary Berryhill. Linda Kay Boatman, Janet Lea Bradley. Second Row: Nancy Carol Brat¬ ton, Pat Bonita Call, Marsha J. Cole, Elizabeth Ann Cureton, Mar¬ garet Lorraine Dixon, Phyllis Ann Donahou, Vicki Diane Formby. Third Row: Bonnie Jean Fox, Rosemary Gaines, Jiidv Ann Gar¬ rett, Mary Ann Gill, Barbara Bernice Harris, Judy M. Hersey, Norma Ruth Hipp. Fourth Row: Judy Garland Hcgue, Carolyn Ruth Hornsby, Jeannette Lorraine Jacobs, Christy Gay Jenkins, Marilyn Sue Jones, Frances Ilene Lawrence, Georgia Kathleen Lehmann. Fifth Row: Glenda Gay Mc¬ Cullough, Susan Nancy McManus, Cheryl Ann Nash, Janet Marie Nickerson, Donna Jane Parsons, Judy Gail Pettus, Linda Kaye Richter. Sixth Row: Deanna Elaine Smith. Linda E. Smith, Yevonne Starling, Janice Darlene Turner, Nancy Rebecca Turner, Sharon Ann Walkup. 4-H House 4-H women dressed formal for their observance of the rites of Santa Claus before vacation. 482 Hotz Hall Sets Record With 440 Hotz Hall housed 410 girls this year, setting the record for the largest number of freshmen women living in one dorm in the history of the University of Arkansas. They were under the leadership of Kathy Barnett, president; Linda Carson and Barbara Craig, secretaries and Karen Yedlick, treasurer. The women of Hotz Hall distinguished themselves in many fields this year. Ruth Mask led the Hall to a first place trophy in the women’s division of Sing- fony. Hotz won another first place trophy for the WRA basketball tournament. Ten Hotz residents were tapped for Chimes, and 15 were selected for member¬ ship in Alpha Lambda Delta. Individual honors included Mary Alice Loveless, Razorback Beauty; Nancy Strunck, Homecoming maid and Jean Woodell and Susan Hodges, freshman senators. For charity projects, Hotz gave Thanksgiving baskets and Christmas toys to the underpriviledged families of Fayetteville. Hotz held its spring dance in the parking lot. It was an informal dance, to suit its theme of a hoe- down. The Coachmen entertained. Hotz women check mail boxes, some happily and some sadly, while on a thirty-second break from their cages, commonly called rooms. First Row: Dorothy Diane Adler, Marilea Adney, Ann Albright, Louise Anne Allen, Lynne L. Al¬ len, Sandy Sue Allen, Carol Na¬ dine Anderson, Susan Anderton. Second Row: Gloria Sue An¬ thony, Anne Deane Arnold, Claudia Lynne Baker. Theda Varie Baker, LaCreta Jane Balkman, Patricia Ball, Constance Josephine Baltz, Nancy Susan Barker. Third Row: Kathy Jo Barnett, M. Katheryn Basinger, Marilyn Sue Bateg, Sharron J. Bean, Sandy Beauchamp, Norma Jean Beck, Bonnie Margaret Bell, Susan Jane Benson. Fourth Row: Catherine Valerie Benz, Susan Pat Bevan, Anne Marie Bilheimer, Kay Lynn Black. Candyce Sue Blackard, Brenda Joyce Blagg, Glenn Ann Blake- more, Marylin Ilene Bodiford. Fifth Row: Carolyn Gay Boling, Jane Berdnica Bonady, Suzanne Boswell, Susan Azelie Bowerman, Pahi Askworth Bowees, Judity Lee Boyer, Karen Fay Brackett, Janice Ellen Branaugh. Sixth Row: Nancy Brown, Linda Gene Bray, Ann Bretherick. Linda Lou Brigman, Deborah Diane Bringham, Lynda Lee Brown, Mildred Corinn Buchanan, Dana Leigh Bunch. Seventh Row: Janelle Burnham, Linda Kay Butler, Gael Elinor Buttrill, Carol Louise Campbell, Jane Campbell, Susanne Campbell. Lois Ann Carlson, Betty Lou Carney. Eighth Row: Becky Jane Car¬ penter, Frances Jeanette Carpenter. Cynthia Ann Carr, Linda Carson, Barbara E. Larter, Patricia Diane Carver, Cynthia Sue Chrisman, Sandra Jean Chrispen. Ninth Row: Janet Lynn Clarke, Beverly Ann Clevidence, Cathy Loraine Cline, Linda Faye Cloyd, Catherine Louise Coffield, Cathy Lee Colburn, Carol Lynn Coliz. Cyndy Ann Collins. Tenth Row: Linda Ann Cooksey, Carol Sue Cooper, Gerildine Ann Cornwell, Marilyn Ann Courdin, Wendy Lynne Coven, Phyllis Jean Cox, Barbara Jean Craig, Marsha Kaye Crane. Eleventh Row: Norma Sue Cros- noe, Carolyn Cross, Peggy Jo Cul- lon, Brenda Regena Cummins, Sharon Lea Dalrymple, Kim Davey, Alice Marie Davis, Ellen Diane Davis. First Row: Nancy Rebecca Davis, Carolyn Jane Dearien, Marilyn June Dearien, Jane Col¬ lier Dees, Janelle Denton, Debbie Ann Dorsa, Janice Claire Driskill, Nancy Jane Duncan. Second Row: Anne Elizabeth Eberling, Andrea Lynn Eley, Cherie Ann Ellis, Juliane Ellis, Annette Mary Enderlin, Sandra Jean Everett, Gwen Elizabeth Fahr, Sue Ellen Field. Third Row: Robin Palmer Fight- master, Christianne Finkbeiner, Dorothy Marie Finkbeiner, Linda Kay Fletcher, Mary Fletcher, Suz¬ anne Louise Flick, Izena Fox, Deborah Ann Francis. Fourth Row: Shirley Ann Franz- meier, Janis Marie Freeman, Eliza¬ beth Ann Fuhrman. Silvia Mae Furgason, Sharon Louise Gammel, Anne Elizabeth Gardner, Sally Ann Gardner, Shirley L. Garman. Fifth Row: Suzy Gerety, Judity Ann Gibson, Dee Ann Gierow, Carol Lee Gilbert, N ancy Adele Gilehrist, Mary Ann Ginette, Mary Lea Ginn, Linda Sue Goodwin. Sixth Row: Mary Jane Gosslee, Sue Ellen Gray, Hazel Jane Gwin. Donna Jane Hairston, Nancy G. Halbert, Margaret Hall, Patricia Ann Hall, Linda Lee Hallmark. Seventh Row: Sandra Louise Haney, Sandra Sue Harbison, Jo Courtney Harris, Sarah Lynn Har¬ rison, Margaret Lee Haver, Kirby Jan Haynie, Susie Heard, Virginia Lynette Heard. Eighth Row: Susan Hearns- berger, Brenda Jeanine Hemenway. Cecelia Ann Hendricks, Phoebe Jo Herrick, Marilyn Ann Hinkle, Susan Caroline Hodges, Billy Michele Hollon, Sandi L. Holt. Ninth Row: Judy Lee Hosier, Mary Susan Howard, Lynn Howell, Kathy Huff, Cynthia Sue Hull, Nancy Carolyn Hunter, Cindy Irby, Jackie Lee Irvin. Tenth Row: Joyce Eileen Jorni- gan, Donna Claire Johnson, Linda Karen Johnson, Reel Daphne John¬ son, Stephanie Allen Johnson, Sally Ann Johnston, Carol June Jones, Linda Dale Jones. Eleventh Row: Mary Ann Jones, Patricia Ann Jones, Janeen Kay Justad, Kathy Jane Kelley, Elaine Kelly, Joyce Leslie Ker, Margaret Theresa Kilpatrick, Katy Louise King. First Row : Marty Kehler, Gail Keuhnert. Glenda LaBrot, Jo Lea Lajoie, Cynthia Anne Laman, Frances Dalene Lamb, Ginger Lou Lane, Carol Ann Langley, Dana Lee Lathram, Cynthia Lee Laugh- lin, Hazel Louise Lawrence, Linda Marie Lawrence. Second Row : Dana Lee Lath¬ ram, Cynthia Lee Laughlin, Hazel Louise Lawrence, Linda Marie Lawrence, Rebecca Lay, Connie Sue Legan. Linda Lou Leisher, Kathy Jim Lewis. Third Row: Rebecca Ann Little, Sharon Annette Little, Tommi Lynn Lockhart, Blanche Lillian Locke, Mollilou Locke, Linda Longnecker, Betty Jane Lorance, Mary Alice Loveless. Fourth Row: Carol Randolph Lovitt, Mildred Elizabeth Lump¬ kin, Ann Lupton, Lyndae Lou Lynn, Ella May Mackey, Laura Leah MacElhern, Stevie Kay Manus, Marilyn Jean Manton. Fifth Row: Theresa Marks, Mary Alice Martin. Ruth Ann Mask, Suzetta Jane Mason. Diana Gay Mathis, Anne McClelland, Cherylene Marie McDanial, Julie Watson McDonald. Sixth Row: Rebecca Rhodes McGee, Nancy Jeanne McGraw, Diane Elaine McKinney, Jean Elizabeth McMillan, Jayme Lyn- ette McNew. Lucinda Anne Mc¬ Williams, Deanna Lee Measeles, Carolyn Victoria Meason. Seventh Row: Gwendolyn Ann Meekins, Linda Jean Meredith, Christine Dorothy Mertens, Linda Louise Miller, Martha Sue Miller, Lana Dianne Mitchell, Teena Deb¬ orah Mitchell, Patricia Ann Moran. Eighth Row: Sandi Kay Morgan, Linda Carol Morris, Mary Emilia Morris, Patricia Ann Morrison. Margaret Murphey, Phyllis Lee Murphy, Alice Elaine Nagel, Bob¬ bie Jo Neff. Ninth Row: Judy Lyn Neislar, Carol Jane Nevin, Josephine Fran- tiska Norman, Moira Jeane North, Pamela Diane Norwood, Rebecca Lynn Oholendt, Linda Gene O’Reilly, Cheryl Ann Ostedgaard. Tenth Row: Brenda Sue Owens, Patsy M. Paladino, Janice Lou Parson. Theresa Kathvleen Patter¬ son, Elizabeth Ann Pelton, Suzanne Pender, Mary Ann Pendergraft, Patricia Jane Penn. Eleventh Row: Mary Louise Phillips, Ellen Earle Pinkerton, DuLane Barry Pintado, Mary Pip¬ er, Carolyn Sue Plunkett, Linda Rae Poindexter, Nancy Elizab eth Pollard, Ronna Gay Porter. First Row: Marla Ann Ppool, Linda Suzanne Prall, Greta Olene Price. Margaret Marie Price, Pam- ala Sue Priest, Evelyn Jo Pruitt, Jo Ann Pryor, Marcia Gray Rachel, Ethel Ann Ramsey. Second Row: Carole Ann Reeves, Margaret Elaine Reynolds, Lisbeth Lee Rice, Janet Jo Rieke, Pamela Dee Riggs, Doris Eliene Riley, Mary Christine Ritter, Kathryne Lavelle Roach, Dorothy Ann Rob¬ bins. Third Row: Jame Ann Robinson, Judith Marie Rogers. Leona Kate Rogers, Becky Ross, Sherry Ann Ross, Judy Kay Ruffin, Mary Magdakne Russ, Jacquelyn Jean¬ ette Sabbs, Rita Jeanene Sain. Fourth Row: Patricia Ann Schick, Wendi Schmitt, Evelyn Kay Scruggs, Pamela Jane Sharpe, Nancy Louise Short, Pamela Smith, Ashley Anne Smoot, Sherry Ann Snow. Stephanie Fay Spargo. Fifth Row: Sandra Gale Spears, Sidney Stifft Spitzer, Sheryl Ann Stanford, Katherine Diane Starnes, Susan Rebecca Startzel, Marlys Anne Storck, Nancy Gene Strunk, Barbar Alice Stubbins, Sunny Lee Sturdivant. Sixth Row: Debara Gale Sublett, Becky Lou Taylor, Margaret Kay Taylor, Susan Kaye Telfer, Re¬ becca Lee Temple, Carolyn Gayle Terry, Carol Jean Thompson, Celia Janet Thompson, Sharon Layne Thompson. Seventh Row: Rosemary Theresa Anne Todd, Marguerite Ann Top- liff, Donna Jean Treat, Dianne G. Trinco, Jean L. Utley, Carol Lee Voigtmann, Anna Elizabeth Vought, Carol Ann Walker, Cyn¬ thia Walker. Eighth Row: Sharon Lee Walk¬ er, Alice Evelyn Wallace, Konnie M. Weathers, Linda Carol Webb. Suzanne Webb, Linda Jean Well- hausen, Frances Susan Westmore¬ land, Valda Kay Westmoreland, Becky Jayne White. Ninth Row: Carolyn Lee White, Vicki Sue White, Janis Whiteaker, Paula Helen Whiting, Dixie Leigh Wilcoy, Isabelle Fox Wilkerson, Kaye Wilkinson, Rhonda Lee Wilkinson, Linoa Diana Williams. Tenth Row: Linda Kay Williams, Susan E. Williams, Vicki Lynn Williford, Jill Wilson, Layona M. Wilson, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, Sonia Kay Wisdom, Donna Wit- wick. Eleventh Row: Sue Elizabeth Wokaty, Linda Lou Wood, Billie Diane Woodell, Jean Nolan Wood- ell, Eugenia Wright, Karen A. Yedlick, Janelle York, Mary Gene Yum. L Razorback Hall Active On Campus This year the women of Razorback Hall established themselves in all phases of campus activity. During the fall semester, Barrie Jo Price served as president; Judy Russell, secretary and Sharon Luckes, treasurer. Spring semester officers were Carol Cravens, president; Judy Russell, secretary and Norma Westfall, treasurer. Several Razorback residents brought special recog¬ nition to the dorm. Marilynda Green was ROTC Hon¬ orary Brigade Colonel. The Hall won fourth place in Singfony under the direction of Judy Safely. Elected to serve as WIHC officers were Mary Gatlin, vice¬ president; Rosemary Hoag, secretary and Ginger Shiras, treasurer. Judy Safely and Sheryl Bryant showed their dramatic ability in several of the University Theatre productions, with Sheryl holding the lead in “Stop The World” and “The Rivals”. Ginger Shiras was chairman of the AWS Communications Committee, and Sheryl Bryant was a finalist in the Best-Dressed Coed contest. The entire hall sent Christmas packages to the Razorback helicopter squadron in Viet Nam. Razcrback resident and date get together to watch TV in the recreation room of the dorm during the short period of AWS open house. First Row: Jennifer Ilene Bar¬ rett, Nancy Carolyn Bauer, Sandy Bell, Susan Lee Bennett, Linda Lucille Bishop, Mary Charlotte Bobb, Erma Carol Bordewieck, Patricia Anne Bray. Second Row: Rebecca Anne Brown, Sheryl Ann Bryant, Sharron Kay Carter. Joan Lillian Clements, Sarah Elizabeth Covington, Cheryl Elaine Crites, Carole Anne Crosby, Sandra Gaye Dahlke. Third Row: Kay Drennan. H. Keats Dryden, Rebecca Ann East¬ erling, Amanda E. Fair, Sarah Elizabeth Feland, Patty Ruth Fitch, Mary C. Gatlin. Alicia Dianne Gayer. Fourth Row: Connie Gayle George, Nancy Ann Godwin, Mary Ann Goodman, Marilyn Frances Graham, Marilynda Elizabeth Green, Mary Ella Griffin, Mary Hall Hanthorn, Linda G. Harbour. Fifth Row: Janis Lee Hayes, Hazel A. Hightower, Geneva Anne Hill, Rosemary Alma Hoag, Susan Jane Hodges, Carolyn J. Hoffmann. Carman Virginia Holder, Patricia Ann Hull. Sixth Row: Judy Gail Huntley, Sarah Margaret Keane, Wesley Olivia Lambert, Linda Jean Lar¬ son, Sharon Anne Luckes, Sarah Jane Mangelsdorf, Burma Jean Martin, Jackye Lee McBride. Seventh Row: Janet Laraine Mc¬ Cormack, Judy Lynne Meyer, Josie Merice Mills, Kay Moon, Joyce Patricia Morgan. Nancy Virginia Myers, Sandra Lee Parnham, Janee Willette Parris. Eighth Row: April Leigh Phil¬ lips, Barrie Jo Price, Willia Jean¬ ette Roberts, Toni Ross, Martha Lou Rozell, Judith Hutchins Rus- s ' dl, Judith Anne Safley, Margaret Bernice Sharpe. Ninth Row: Betty Arlene Sheet- rum, Martha Jane Shepherd, Gin¬ ger Shiras, Judy Sikes, Carolyn Diane Smith, Cindi Smith, Marilyn Jo Spotts, Betty Grapelle Stevens. Tenth Row: Elizabeth Ann Stewart, Sondra Sue Stosberg, Marsha Faye Taylor, Mary Lois Elizabeth Taylor, Eliza Jane Thomas, Connie Jean Thompson, Norma Rose Westfall, Jane Wil¬ liams. Eleventh Row: Sandra Kay Wil¬ liams, A. Francene Williamson. Judy Marie Williford, Barbara Jean Wood, Miriam Wood. Carole Alice Wright, Mary Jo Zullo. WIHC Studies Honorary Fraternity Women’s Inter Hall Council is composed of repre¬ sentatives of all women’s residence halls and 4-H House. First semester, the group co-sponsored the annual Casino Carnival. Second semester’s activities included sponsoring three health films of special interest to women and co-sponsoring an all-residence halls dance. Officers for the year were: Jan Turner, president; Mary Gatlin, vice president; Rosemary Hoag, secretary and Ginger Shiras, treasurer. Sue Elliot served as pub¬ licity chairman, and Nancy Wood was MACURH contact. Rosemary Hoag also served as secretary of the multi-state Midwest Association of College and Univer¬ sity Residence Halls. The University of Arkansas WIHC sends a delegation to the annual MACURH convention which was held last summer at Kansas State University. This summer the convention will be held at Oklahoma State University. Delegates bring back reports on what other colleges’ residence halls are doing. One of the ideas being considered is forming a chapter of a na¬ tional honorary fraternity for residence hall members. Jan Turner President 490 MIHC Records Year Of Progress Progress was the byword in MIHC activities this year. Lamar Pettus served as president, Judon lam- lDrough, vice-president; Dean Papp, secretary; Curtis Barton, treasurer and Ivan King, social chairman. In the field of scholarship, MIHC offered awards to residents of men’s halls for academic excellence. Savings bonds and plaques were given to both fresh¬ men and upperclassmen. MIHC also sponsored free tutoring to residence hall students. MIHC provided, for the first time, intramural jerseys for the dorms, in addition to purchasing ath¬ letic equipment. In the social program. MIHC sponsored its annual Casino Carnival and an additional feature, a spring Residence Hall Dance, which will be expanded into a Residence Hall Week in 1967. MIHC sponsors three entertainment films a semester, which are presented free of charge to residence hall men. MIHC has established a political forum committee to arrange speaking engagements for independent can¬ didates. The Council sends delegates to national con¬ ventions, such as MACURH, and presently has two officers, president, Keith Rutledge and vice-president, Lamar Pettus. Lamar Pettus President 491 First Row : Harry Hewes Aber¬ nathy, Larry Don Agee, Wayne Henry Ainslie, Lawrence Allen Alexander, Tommy Alan Allbright, Mike Louis Asbury, Larry D. Baker, Ford Louis Baldwin, Claude Modlin Barnard. Second Row : Billy Bruce Barnes, Curtis Blair Barton, Willard Beavers, Dennis Dean Beckworth. Glenn Edward Bell, Bill W. Ben¬ ton, Boyd Blake Berry, George Bingham, David Otis Birkett. Third Row: Larry A. Black, Roy Edward Black, Robert Ferrel Blay¬ lock. Charles M. Bowers, James Earl Boyd, Rickey Marshall Boyer, John Raymond Boyle, William Thomas Bracken, Gary Bryan Brackin. Fourth Row : Michael Russell Bradley, Carl Terry Brandt, Robert Ward Brookes, Adrian J. Brown, Charles Homer Brown, Darrell Fayne Brown, Edward Lee Brown, Don Alan Bryant, Shelby Galen Bryant.. Fifth Row: Bruce Thomas Bul¬ lion III, Gary Ray Burnett, Mi¬ chael A. Burns, Bill A. Cameron. William Blake Cameron, Jerry Wayne Carpenter, Keith G. Car- roll, Mike E. Carroll, William N. Carroll. Sixth Row: William Burns Car- well, Jerry Frank Cash, James Murlin Cawood, Gary Lester Christenson, Chandler M. Church, Daniel K. Clark, Raymond Cusick Clayton, Randell Clinton Coleman, William Days Coman. Seventh Row: Edward Harrison Cooper, Bobby Joe Cornish, John Charles Creighton, Michael Dean Crist, Paul Dwain Cromwell, Sam¬ uel Dwight Cummings, Frank A. Curl, Steve Currie, James Ray Dacus. Eighth Row: Richard A. Daf- fron, Brian Joel Dameier, Robert Davidson, Larry Michael Davis, Tony M. Davis, Paul Edward Daw¬ son, Francis Eugene DeBons, Arthur Glenn Deckelman, Clifton Gerald Dejarnette. Ninth Row: Edward Joseph Dennis, John Thomas Dent, James Oran Dismukes, John Thomas Dotson Jr., James Paul Douglas, William Joseph DuBois, Stephen Gail Duffel, Frankie Charles Dun- agan, Robert N. Duncan. Tenth Row: David Harold Earle, Joseph Clifford Eason, Joe Lee Eblen, William Standley Eden, Julian D. Edmondson II, Virgil Edward Ellis Jr., Lester Eugene England, Rickey D. England, Bruce R. Engstrom. Eleventh Row: Robert Ferrell Ervin, John Kelmer Estes, Rus¬ sell Hardy Ewing, Edwin Lee Fair, Howard Louis Fikes, Lyndon Finney, Ronnie Wayne Fisher, Allen S. Fitzgerald, Bob B. Fitz¬ gerald. Freshman struggles for words while attempting to write a freshman English theme of simple sentences. phreys Men Stress Activities The men of Humphreys Hall completed another successful year with participation in all areas of campus life. Scholastically, Humphreys excelled with nearly one fourth of all residents compiling a 3.0 grade aver¬ age. Enthusiastic promotion of athletic events was high¬ lighted by excellent representation at pep rallies and building a Homecoming float. Intramurals dominated the extracurricular activities of the residents, but Hum¬ phreys men also captured second place in the annual Singfony. 1 hree hall dances were prominent events of a social calendar that also included many exchange dances and a Christmas party for underprivileged children. The men of Humphreys were represented in the Student Senate first semester by Scott Covington. Tom Kresse took this position second semester. Members of Humphreys Senate formulated a new constitution for the hall. Officers for the first semester were John Quinn, president; Tom Kresse, vice president; David Davies, secretary-treasurer; and Chad Gilbert social chairman. Officers elected for the spring semester were Stan Eden, president; Ed Ellis, vice president; David Davies, secretary-treasurer; and Nelson Johnson, social chairman. First Row : Billy Wayne Fly. Ronnie Allen Foster, Charles E. Fowler, Stephen Gil Francis, Richard Eugene Frankenberger, Edward Lee Franklin, Donnie Ray Freeman, Douglas Lee Fugate, Fred L. Futch. Second Roiv: George William Garman Jr., Bob Garrett, Sol Martin Garrett, Terrence M. George, Robert C. Gilbert, Ray¬ mond Carl Gilbrech, Jack L. Gil¬ liland. Robert Ivy Glover, Don Allen Graham. Third Row: Paul Joseph Gra- ziani, Jerry Michael Green, Paul Lee Green. James Burton Gregg, Larry Wayne Grober, Mario Ojeda Gutierrez Jr., John Bruce Halbert, Richard Lee Hall, Jeff Norman Hardwick. w First Row : Robert Eugene Har¬ rell Jr., George Thomas Harris, Jack Deubler Harris, Kenneth W. Harris. David Charles Hausam, John Terry Heard, James Knox Hendren, Marvin P. Henningson Jr., Madison Lee Hodges. Second Row : Jerry Dean Hollo¬ way, Leo Lee Hone, James Carol House, Thomas David Hulme, Davidson Herbert Humphreys, Douglas Ray Hunter, Charles Philip Hurst David Burk Hutch¬ ens, James Binion Hutchens. Third Row: Bill Isaacs, Earl Edwin Jamison, Joe Curran Jeff¬ ery, Maurice J. Jennings, Charles Fredrick Johnson, Gordon Nelson Johnson, James Stephen Johnson, Guy Franklin Jones, Jackson M. Jones. Fourth Row: James Richard Jones, Larry Viran Jones, Morton Albert Kammerlohr Jr., Earnest Dean Kauffman Jr., Louie Keener, Drew Preston Kelso, Walter A. Kendel Jr., Donald T. Kenney, Fredrick James King. Fifth Row: Bruce Allen Knox, Charles Joseph Lamoureux, George Thomas Landers, Nicholas Paul Lang, William Douglas Lawrence, Ernest Randolph Lawson, Ray¬ mond Earl Lea, George Floyd Lease Jr., Fletcher Curtis Lewis. Sixth Row: David Martin Live¬ ly, David Martin Lively, Harold D. Long, Bill Looney, Thomas J. Lovell, Robert S. Lowe, John Rodgers Maddox, Tommy Fred Malone, Charles Richard Maples. Seventh Row: Steve L. Mar¬ quess, Jerrel D. Martin, Gerald Martindill Jr., Johnny D. Mayo. William Preston McBee, Larry Glenn McCain. Larry E. McCall James Ralph McCoy, James Rus¬ sell McLain. Eighth Row: Allen Solon Mc- Gaughey. Gary Wayne McGrew, Charles Michael McKenzie, Mike A. McKinney, Richard Christo¬ pher McNeary, Gary Thomas Mc¬ Neill, Stephen Floyd McNeill, George Leroy McNett Jr., Tommy Merritt. Ninth Row: John Robert Mevers. Stephen Charles Miller, Robert David Milligan, Ronald Chapman Mills, Richard Norman Misen- himer, Franklin E. Mitchell. D vid Carle Mondigo, Neal William Moon, Andy Moore. Tenth Row: Michael Herd Moore, David T. Moreland, Larry Happy Mougeot, Tommy A. New, Mathis Glenn Newkirk, William Larry Newman, Gary W. Nichols, William Edward Nicholson, Dennis W. Norton. Eleventh Row: John Lee Novak, Joseph Curtis Nunn, David Burton Offutt, James Edward O’Neal, David Lee Orrick, David Lynn Oswalt, James Carney Owen, Robert Wayne Owen, Stephen Henry Paine. First Row: James Randall Park¬ er, Sam M. Parker, Steven Parks Peek, Larry George Perinar, Michael Anthony Plunkett, Travis Ward Porter, Larry George Prich¬ ard, Johnnie Junior Qualls, John C. Quinn. Second Row: Jack Moore Red- tearn, Denis Aran Redwine, Hollis Theodore Reed. Terry Glenn Re ed, Charles Parker Reinhardt, John F. Relyea, Donald Lewis Rennard, Larry Dean Ricketts, Jon Michael Rife. Third Row: David Alan Roberts, Lillard Keith Robinette, Dennis Ray Roofe, Rex Watson Ross, Fred B. K. Rovner, Roe Jeffery Russell, David Keith Rutledge, Paris Darnell Sabbs, Thomas Patrick Sacken. Fourth Row: Paul Edward Scherrey, Philip G. Schultz. Jim E. Scott, Winfield Andrew Scott Jr., Jefferson Howard Scrogham, James Dennis Selman, Gregory L. Shellard, Larry Wayne House, Charles Grayson Simpson. Fifth Row: Robert C. Slay, James Lee Smith, Neal Dewayne Smith, Stephen Ward Smith, Wil¬ liam Conrad Sneed, Roger Lee Spears, William Arthur Speatlin. James L. Spencer, Jay Rolens Sprigg. Sixth Row: Michael Allen Staf¬ ford, Billy Glenn Standley, Paul Wesley Stanfield, Ralph Arden Stephens, Louis Joseph Stifter, Fred W. Stone, John Edward Stone, John Michael Stormzand, Bill Stubblefield. Seventh Row: Gary Lee Stubbs, Herman Alfred Styles Jr., Ronald Gene Suber, F. Mike Suddarth. James Warren Sumner, James Donald Sykes Jr., Bruce O. Talia¬ ferro, Gary Edwin Tarpley, Jerry Wayne Taylor. Eighth Row: James G. Terrell, Michael Reed Thomas, John Clif¬ ford Thompson, Robert Bullard Thompson, William Sidney Tilley, Benton Darrell Tinsley, Edward Duke Trice, Larry Dewayne Tuck¬ er, Byron Drew Tyler. Ninth Row: Stephen M. Udouj, Gary L. Ussery, I homas Peter Van Schaik, Curtis Varnado, John Allen Vincent, James Earl Walden, George Thomas Walker, Leonard Norman Walker Jr., Marlin Larry Waller, Leonard N. Walker. Tenth Row: Charles Keith Ward, William Fisse Ward, Skip Aubrey A. Warner, Dudley Howell Watson, John Michael Watson. Ted Rich¬ ard Weir, Ronald Henry White, Samuel Scott White, Jim Lloyd Whited, James Louis Whittle. Eleventh Row: James P. Wil¬ liams, Jerry Carl Williams, Wil¬ liam B. Williams, Robert Glen Wilson, Robert Kelly Wilson, Robert Britton Windham, Arlon L. Woodruff, Roger Lamar Wright, Richard Bailey Wright. , iKtfci till J Buchanan House Buchanan House stressed individual academic study among its residents. Due to the fact that it is made up of a small number of upperclassmen, it is quiet, relaxed and friendly. Twenty-five per cent of its resi¬ dents were recognized at the annual Scholarship and Leadership Banquet for having over a 3.0 grade average. Buchanan residents were active in all phases of campus life with representatives in Scabbard and Blade, ABC, MIHC Court, Alpha Zeta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, ASCE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Kappa Kappa Psi and Civic Club. Their social activities included several exchange dinners and a spring outing. First Row: Earl James Bass Jr., James G. Brown. George Wayne Campbell Jr., James Alexander Clemens, J. Clark Closser, Joseph Paul Dalmasso, John Charles Dean. Second Row: Sidney Walter Ferguson, Stanley V. French. Jerry Edward Hester, Mark Christopher Jacobs, Bruce Blaine Kastel, Charles Allen, Roderick Gordon Kish. Third Row: Thomas Fred Kitchens III. Larry Robison Lawrence, Robert David Lewis, Robert Manning Meador, Coe E. Mechling, James N. Murphy, Ed¬ ward Neil Neunherz. Fourth Row: Joseph Leonard Norrell, David Paul Phillips, David Eugene Pyle, William Tell Rahm, Dennis Virgel Reynolds, William C. Reynolds, John Arnold Ryles. Fifth Row: Charles Robert San- dine, Charles M. Scott, Richard E. Siegler, R. David Wagner, John William Watkins, Michael Clark Wilkins. Broke House Droke House residents experienced another success¬ ful year in both campus activities and hall functions. The first semester Droke was under the leadership of Bill Ketcher, president; Tim Price, vice-president; Chuck Reeves, secretary; Felix Stacey, treasurer and Rod McGuire, social chairman. Those chosen to offices second semester were Charlie Stacey, president; Fred Ott, vice president; Chuck Reeves, secretary; Felix Stacey, treasurer and Richard Roberts, social chairman. Besides being active in intramural sports, the dorm was represen ted in many honorary fraternities and campus organizations including Civic Club, ABC, and MIHC. Social activities included exchange dinners and in¬ formal parties. First Row : Robert Gene Austin, Roberto Vladimir Bermudez, James Howard Bird, William Michael Briggs, Larry Dwight Castleberry. Second Row: Leo Carson Davis, Jon Stanley Cingerich, Dickie Don Llairston, Rodney Lynn Mc¬ Guire, Richard D. Morrison. Third Row : Fred M. Ott, George Wayne Phillips, Timothy Nicholas Price, Richard Lynn Roberts. Harold Lee Sharber. Fourth Row : Bill Spicer, Luther Davis Spurlock, Felix N. Stacy Jr., John William Stiles, Robert Burney Williams, Michael Ray Woodside. Gladson House The men of Gladson House have had another active year with participation in many of the campus organi¬ zations and various social activities. Elected to offices first semester were president, Lowell Goodman; vice president, David White and secretary, Jim Lassiter. The second semester officers were Wayne Atkinson, president; Carl Gabbard, vice- president and Sam Hopper, secretary. Gladson was represented on Civic Club, ABC, MIHC, various professional fraternities and several church organizations. The dorm was also well-represented in intramural sports. Among the social activities for the year were many exchange dinners, a Christmas party, and several ban¬ quets. First Row : Wayne Harris Atkin¬ son, Kenneth Lee Ballard. Mario Patricio Celi, Harold Dean Combs, Henry A. Culbreth, Howard Lee Davis, James R. Dodson. Second Row : Fred Vernon Dow- less, George Dennis Estelle, Larry Don Fincher, Craig Wilson Fisher, Danny L. Flowers, Ronnie Len Gilbert, Lowell Ray Goodman. Third Row : Merrill Dean Grif¬ fin, Phillip Terrance Haltom, Gary Lynn Hayden, Robert Ellis Hen¬ drickson, Burl Ray Horn. Melvyn Errol Huddleston, Jesse Lee John¬ son Jr. Fourth Row: David Scott Kirk, James Hugh Lassiter, George Stephen Laux, Jerry Lynn Owens, James Edwin Perkins, Carl Russell Postlewate. Fifth Row: William Jeffry Prichard, Milton Bradford Reyn¬ olds, John Henry Rowe, Robert Howard Sanderlin. Kenneth Lee Taff, Johnny Alexander Tucker. Sixth Row: Ronald Wayne Treadway, Bobby Wayne Welch, John Wesley Wheeler, David Swan White, Gary Lee Williamson, John Robert Wyatt. Ripley House This was another active year for the men of Ripley House. Ripley is a small dorm of upperclass men. Besides the varied intramural activities, the men par¬ ticipated in such organizations as Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Phi, ABC, MIHC, Civic Club and most profes¬ sional societies. Social functions for the year included special ac¬ tivities for the football pep rallies, a part in the MIHC Carnival in the fall and a homecoming deco¬ ration. Ripley also held exchange dinners, scattered parties and an outing. First Row: Luis Carlos Arose- mena, Robert Patrick Bennett, Wayne Doyling Bennett, Alfred L. Burke. Walter Eugene Bursey, Gary Wayne Carpenter. Second Row: James A. Carter, Edsel Vincent Chapman Jr., Toby M. Cook, Phillip Loyd Cowart, Jess Willard Curtis Jr., Richard Arnold Dykman. Third Row: Nelson P. Elliott, Lynn Taylor Farris, John Wayne Gibson, John Higdon Harper, Donald E. Hilton, Robert John Hylle. Fourth Row: Richard Christian Marr. John Darrell McMasterson Jr., George Oliver McSwain, Rick Neal, Tetsumi Oishi, James S. Pierce, Homer Purtle Jr. Fifth Row: John Lee Reed, J homas Hays Roberts, Edwin L. Ross, James Lloyd Rudell, George R. Toombs II, William Wesley White, James Howard Willis. Willia Wins Dorm Basketball The men of William House participated in all phases of campus activities, led by their first and second semester officers, Jerry Anderson, president; Glennard Palmer and Glen Voth, vice president; Lonnie Powers, secretary and Dave Magness and Don Teague, treasurer. Judon Fambrough served as vice president of MIHC, Lonnie Powers as president of MURCH, Don Ball as president of Tau Beta Pi and Jack Cohen was elected to the National Collegiate Players. The dorm was also represented in various groups and honoraries: ABC, Blue Key, Circle K, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma and Theta Tau. The men took an active interest in intramural sports and won the basketball Dorm League competition. William House social activities included dances, drop- ins, outings and MIHC and MURCH functions. Residents of William House spend some of their spare time at the pool table and playing football in the field beside the FA Center. First Row: Lawrence Clayton Alderman. Jerry Hunt Anderson, Robert John Bahr, Donald H. Ball, Donald Glen Battin, John Berry Beard, Mike Beckman. Second Row : Billy J. Borchert, Richard Gaines Brightwell, Robert Harold Brotherton Jr., Gilbert Lester Brown Jr., Kenneth Nor¬ man Burks Jr., Juan de la Cruz Cardenal, Glenn Mitchell Carniol. Third Row : Ralph F. Carter. Ronald Murry Carter, Albert Lee Chao, Fred Clark, Jack Davis Cohen, Robert Lee Craig, James Delbert Davis. Fourth Row : Homer Brice Douglas, John Steve Emerson, E. Hunter Epperson, Freddie Fowlkes, Robert William Freyaldenhoven, Thomas Kirk Gearhart, James Harold Gorham. Fifth Row : Joe Fletcher Green, Rodrigo de la Guardia, Billy Ray Hagood, Gale E. Hall, Charles Daniel Hatfield, Ronnie Efton Hat¬ ley, Perry Hanley Henson. Sixth Row: Howard Aaron Houston, Charles S. Hunt, Jackie Lee Inman, Glenn Frank Kile, Alvin Eugine Krebs Jr.. James La- voy Lawrence, Jerry William Lay. Seventh Row: Russell Ervin Lee- man, Dale Roger Lynn, David Robinson Magness, Charles E. Marks, John Cal vis Matthews, Andrew R. McGee, Larry Don Moore. Eighth Row: Mitchell Duane Norman, Larry R. Otwell, Hernan Patricio Paez, Glennard Dean Palmer. Lonnie Austin Powers, David William Price, Darrel Alan Rice, Stephen Herbert Roberts. Ninth Row: Gary Dean Robin¬ son, Michael Bruce Saar, William Beville Searcy, Robert Austin Sharp Jr., Dennis Ray Shaver, Charles Randy Smith, Warner Thomas Smith, Eugene Hugh Snawder. Tenth Row: Terry Reed Stegall, Don Paul Teague. Jim Surridge Umsted, Otis Bart Whatley Jr., Dennis Allen Williams, Marion Isaac Williams, William Robert Woolly, Larry John Wright. Sedge well Holds ‘Beat Texas’ Dance The men of Sedgewell House were under the leader¬ ship this year of John McDaniel, president; Wayne Bledsoe and Terry Mercing, first vice-presidents; James McAlister and Wayne Bledsoe, second vice presidents; Phillip Lumpkin, secretary and Joseph Martine, treas¬ urer. Sedgewell participated in MIHC and MURCH ac¬ tivities, as well as campus activities, such as Home¬ coming and Dad’s Day decorations and open houses. They co-sponsored a “Beat Texas” dance for upper¬ classmen, and entered the Coaster Classic. On the dorm level, Sedgewell sponsored a spring outing and dance. Ranking high on campus scholastically, the men of Sedgewell were active in many honorary fraternities and service groups. Lamar Pettus, president of MIHC, lines up the dorm support behind Keith Rutledge, vice-presidential candidate, only to be taken to court. First Row: Johnie Wesley Barton, Peter Otto Becker, Wil¬ liam Herbert Becker, Allen W. Berry, Lewis William Billings, Loren Wayne Bledsoe, Arthur Flynt Bowie, Donald Gene Brat¬ ton. Second Row: John Junior Brown, Charles Michael Chaffin, David Hall Chambers, Tcm Christ¬ man. H. Paul Clampit, Jerome F. Climer, Richard Lewis Coles, Charles Dalton Cotten. Third Row : Charles Dean Covey 111, Walter Morris Crandall, Ted Max Dailey, Walter Howard Del- phin. James A. Dennis II, Thomas Joseph Ebdon III, Charles J. Engelberger, Arthur Foy Evans. Fourth Row: Ronald Oscar Fowler, Emery Louis Francis Jr., Paul David Gant, Paul Hughes Gillam, Roger William Gilchrist, Jimmy Andrew Glidewell, Dale R. Gossien, David Lorn Green. Fifth Row: Robert David Hayes, Allen Keith Holloway, Henley Alexander Hunter, Lawrence Don¬ ald Jacimore, Donald Wayne Jerry, Robert Charles Jones, Robert Don¬ ald Kaley II, Wesley Barton Kemp. Sixth Row: H. Bruce Kim¬ brough, Ronnie Edward Kingston, Arthur Thomas Larson, Marvin McCoy Ledgerwood. Russell H. Lewis, Tommy Bob Lovegrove, Victor Manuel Lovell, Gary Lam¬ beth Low. Seventh Row: Phillip Ray Lump¬ kin, Jcseph Gary Martine, James E. McAlister, Arvil Eugene Mc- Culley, John Louis McDaniel. Terry Lee Mercing, Eddie S. Mil- ton, John W. Mivelaz. Eighth Row: Joe Carlton More¬ land, Gary Lee Mortensen, Larry Clell Newcomb, Frederick M. Pal¬ mer, Joseph Brooks Penn Jr., Victor Lee Peterson, Ellis Lamar Pettus. Ninth Row: James F. Roberds, James M. Robertson. Frank Daniel Rorie, Wendell Doyce Sharp, Joe John Skorupka, Steven Rollin Sloan, John Arthur Swift. Tenth Row: Joda C. Taylor, Ronald C. Tiffee, Dwight Theodore Vines, William Thomas Walker, John W. Whitehead, James Curtis Wilson, Larry E. Withers. Davis Hall The men of Davis Hall have experienced an out¬ standing year in many areas under the leadership of Ed Hill (fall) and Tom Rakes (spring), presidents; Sam Watson, Joe Neal, Mike Jordon and Steve Presser, vice presidents; Lynn Burton, secretary and Mike Jordan and Lee Shell, treasurers. The dorm was active in all intramurals and was represented in honorary engineering and math fra¬ ternities, and other honoraries, including Phi Eta Sigma and Blue Key. Along with all these activities, Davis Hall ranked first in men’s scholastic standings for the fall semester. Their social activities included drop-ins, dances, outings and a Christmas party for under¬ privileged children. First Row : Jerry Neil Bartlett. Robert Taylor Billingsley, Patrick Lyle Bray, Ralph G. Brodie, Lyn¬ don Douglas Burton, Theodore Hurst Conley, James Milton Deer. Second Row : Lon Russell Dick¬ son Jr., Jeffrey Lynn Emory, James C. Fowler Jr., Marvin George, Alan Wayne Hallum, John R. Hamilton. Roy Dale Hobgood. Third Row: Daniel Lawrence Johnson, Edwin Carroll Jones, James T. Kirk, John William Loh- mar, Gary Stephen Markland, James M. McKinley, Michael Ed¬ ward McMullen. Fourth Row: David Carl Mor¬ gan, Joe Charles Neal, James Anderson O’Neal Jr., Marshall Lee Pendergrass, Steve Lee Presser. Thomas Denton Rakes, Philip E. Reecer. Fifth Row: Lee Boyd Shell, Gary E. Taggart, Garner Lee Taylor Jr., Harold Waymon Watkins, Sam Edward Watson, Bruce McNie Whitelaw, James Lee Yates. Wilson Sharp House Wilson Sharp is the home of the Razorback athletes of all sports. It houses over one hundred varsity and freshman athletes who have brought much recognition to the University campu s during the year. Darby Hall, the eating and recreation facility, was completed several years ago to make the athletic dorm a complete housing and living unit for the athletes. Wilson Sharp has also taken a large part in the UofA social whirl. Drop-ins for the fans at home foot¬ ball games were held after each home game. Two major social events were a Christmas dance and a Spring formal. During the fall, the members of the football team were entertained by each sorority with a banquet and skit. Jim Lindsey served the year as president. First Row: Edwin Richard Allen, Jerry Franklin Burnett, Thomas Hays Burnett, James Harold Cole, Paul Reid Conner, David Cooper, Richard Cunningham. Second Row: John Calvin Eicli- ler, Glenn Franklin Ellison. Judson Landers Erwin, Albert Lynn Green- well. Charles Alvin Guess, Richard Lee Hegenberger, Stephen M. Hoehn. Third Row: Richard Jack Hunt, James Buford Jackson, Audrey Michael Jacobs, Guy H. Jones Jr., James E. Lindsey, Edward Eugene Lott, George Michael Newton. Fourth Row: William S. Newton Jr., Sterling Paul Ramey, Robert Jackson Ramsey Jr., Bobby Sulli¬ van Roper. William David Self, Donald Solomon Richardson. Fifth Row: Michael Garland Sigman, Darrell Simpson, Joe Houston Smelser, Dewitt Hender¬ son Smith, David Moore Spatz, Marvin R. Speights. Sixth Row: Terry Thomas Stew¬ art, Robert Walton Thatcher, Kelly Kenneth Vance, Larry S. Watkins, James Adrian Whisenhunt, Edward Merman Wood. nmmn The windows of Yocum Hall offer an interesting pattern and an interesting view of the Ozarks. Yocum Largest Dorm On Campus Yocum Hall’s officers, Jim Nobles, president; Lowell Clifton, vice-president and Steve Stevens, secretary- treasurer, led their dorm through an active year. Rick Jay represented Yocum freshmen in the Student Senate. Intramural participation resulted in high rankings in the dorm division for the second and ninth floors. On the all-school level, Yocum put quite an effort on their Homecoming decoration, hosted MIHC’s fall carnival, participated in a Student-Faculty Tea and planned their Gaebale Carnival entry. Social activities were the watchword as Yocum men filled their calendars with exchange dinners with all sororities and women’s dorms, floor dinners, weekend dances and after-game drop-ins. They also held a Christmas party for underprivileged children. First Row: John Dale Aclin, Ken Aclin, Richard Dean Adams, Robert Charles Ahrens, David Lewis Alexander. James M. Ander¬ son, M. Douglas Anglin, Larry D. Asselin, Tommie Dean Ayers. Second Row: John Paul Bailey, Donald Richard Baker, James H. Baker, Billy Charles Baldwin, Phil¬ lip Lynn Balke, Robert Lee Ball, Jerry Glen Barner, Ralph Barnett Barnes, Jr., John G. Barnhill. Third Row: William Walter Bateman Jr., Phillip Wayne Bax¬ ter, William King Beard, Harold D. Beaver, Judd Harris Bell, Wil¬ liam Albert Bennet, Ramon Gerald Berry, Jr.. Michael Taylor Bishop, George Werner BJoesch Jr. First Row: Richard Bruce Bloesch, Agor John Boogoort, Roger R. Bonles, Cey Lynn Bowl¬ ing, David A. Boykin. Paul Wayne Braswell, Gary Ray Bratton, Lynn Everett Breeding. Second Row: Philip Dean Bridges, John Stephen Briggs, Milton Charles Broker Jr., Kelso Clinton Brooks Jr., Robert Haigler Brown, Richard William Browne, Jack J. Bucher, Charles Morris Burdine. Third Row: Donald Howard Burks, Jim Burnett. Michael Eu¬ gene Burr, Richard Calaway, John William Campbell, Kenneth Lee Campbell, Edward A. Carle, A1 John Caldwall. Fourth Row: Julian D. Calhoon, Lane Swifton Carter, Paul Jack Caruth, Edward R. Caudel, Wiley Christal, Stephen Clark. William Kent Clark, Lowell Douglass Clif¬ ton. Fifth Row: James E. Cobh, Ray Eugene Colclasure, Kenneth Ross Coleman, David Allen Comstock, John Michael Condit, Charles Allen Conditt, Michael Ira Con¬ ner, Delmar Lynn Conrad. Sixth Row: Joe Dee Cook, Wil¬ liam Jennings Cook III, Steve Corley, Larry Dale Cosand, James Ralph Cox, David Ralph Cravens, James Terry Crawford, Frank Steven Crown. Seventh Row: Calvin Stlarpe Davis, Jerry Lynn Dennis, Gary Joe Denton, Edward Clayton Dewey, Dwight Bennett Dickson Jr., Gary Philip Dickson, Harry C. Disbrow, Randall E. Dodge. Eighth Row: Kent Alfred Doss, Larry William Douglass, William Mike Doyle, Daniel Bruce Drewry, Arthur Raymond Dunlap, Danny D. Dunning, Tommy Alvin Eanes, Tom P. Earnhart. Ninth Row: Jackie Lonell Ed¬ monds, Larry Dean Edmondson, Daniel Gilman Edwards Jr., Robert Patrick Edwards, Richard Wayne Effland Jr., David Lee Embry, Raleigh Herbert Emery, Tom Wes¬ ley Everitt. Tenth Row: Frank R. Eversole, Paul M. Farrell Jr., William Duke Faught, Richard Alan Felker, Daniel Clayton Fetherolf, Richard Rhodes Floyd, Lawrence Keith Foster, Patrick N. Fox. M i4; J First Row: William Harris Fox, John Olyver Charles Franklin, James Howard Frasher, Byron Freeland, Gary Glen Friday, John Julian Fuller. Ronny Gene Gallo¬ way, Michael Joseph Gartell. Second Row : Brian Lincoln Gartside, Michael Allen Gay. James Michael Giannini, Kem Gibbs, Alton Dewayne Gibson, Sam Edward Gibson, David Roy Gillian, Gilbert Louis Glover. Third Row : Edward Michael Gollon, Richard Allen Gollon, George William Goodwin Jr., Charles Jeffrey Gower, Gregory B. Graham, Ernie Horton Gray. John Robert Gray, Robert Van Gray- bill. Fourth Row: Terry Glenn Green, Charles Thomas Griffin, William Robert Hale, Larry Allen Hail, Richard Davis Hall, Charles Albert Hanby, Albert Carter Hardage, Robert Wilson Hardin. Fifth Row: Eddie D. Hargis, William Price Harned, Patrick Henry Hays. Robert Martin Head, James Rexford Hecox, Fredrick Heidenreich Jr., Lester Joe Henley Jr., Bobby Joe Hibbard. Sixth Row: James Harold Hill Jr., Rollin Trevor Hilliard, Jay Travis Hitt, Thomas William Hitt, William Lawrence Holloway, Lewis Ray Holt, Richard Holt Holyfield, Randol Webb Hooper. Seventh Row: William A. Hough, Richard Thomas Hoy, Bob Huggins. Charles Michael Hulen, James William Humphries, John Marshall Hundley, A1 V. Hunt. David Edwin Hurd. Eighth Row: Blaine Albert Jack- son, David Wray Jackson, Andrew Kent Jackobson, Richard Clyde Jarman, Richard Lee Jay, Thomas Charles Jayne, Gary Scott Jeffer¬ son, Larry Joe Jefferson. Ninth Row: Jerry Henry Jeffery Jr., Jerry Allen Jenkins, Michael Bruce Johnson, Robert Bryan Johnson, Dennis Lee Johnston, Paul Keith Johnston, Frank Wilson Jones Jr., Johnny Mac Johnson. Tenth Row: Harold Price Jones, Howard E. Jones, Jimmie L. Jones, Robert D. Jordan, John M. Karber, Ronald Edward Kaufman, Robert Eudene Kelley, Robert Thomas Kemper. First Row: Taylor Keton. Rich¬ ard Lon Kimery, Don Kenneth King, Michael Louis King, John D Kirkpatrick, Donald Harris Knight, Edward Melbert Knod Jr., Denny Joe Koenil. Second Row : Lewis David Koontz, Marc Lewis Kurland, Gary Gene Larsen, Micheal Vincent Lar¬ son, Earnest Haskell Le Flore, Bill Winn Lee, Eugene H. Lee Jr., Gary Owen Lee. Third Row: Ronald Lee Lemke, Merl Lewis, Michael A. Limbird, James G. Lingle, Leo Lawrence Ludwig Jr., Frank Hsioh-Ti Ma, William H-L Ma, Jerry Lake Mad¬ dox. Fourth Row: John David Mad¬ dox, Robert Allen Major, Jr., John Lawrence Malloy, Calvin Ted Man- tooth, Arthur John Mortelli, Jerry Robert Martin, Walter Davis Martin Jr., David E. Mason. Fifth Row: Harold David Mas¬ sey, Jerry Louis Massey, Raymon Earl Massey, Gorden Crossett Mat- teson, Raymond M. Maus. Tommv May, Don Ray McCaskill, Mark L. McCabe. Sixth Row: Merle Edward Mc¬ Clain, Phillip L. McConnell, John D. McGlynn, Bill Riley McHaney, Donnie Ray McIntosh, Robert Wes¬ ley McPherson, Tony Randal Mer- riweather, William Noel Meadows. Seventh Row: Douglas Wayne Miller, Kenton Charles Miller, Russell Dwight Miller Jr., Harold Eugene Mitchell Jr., Larry N. Moak, Barry Lee Molder, Loyd Curtis Moler, Bob Wayne Mon- crief. Eighth Row: Charles Dennis Montgomery, Carl Dennis Moore, Jim Lee Morgan, John B. Moseley, John R. Moseley, Gary Lyn Mot¬ ley, James Gary Mourton, Robert William Mundstock. Ninth Row: Paul Stephen Muse, Cecil Lawrence Myers Jr., Eric William Nelson, John Paul Nelson, William Andrew Nelson, Edwin Ewing Nesbitt, Robert W. Netzer, Euel David New. Tenth Row: Van Hundley Nichols, Keneth Brian Newkirk, James Robert Nobles, John David Norris, Randall Evans Northern, Joe Ansel Nowell. Micheal Earl O’Neill, Micheal H. Orr. First Row: William S. Orr, J. Brad Ousterhout, Jack Lindsey Oyler, Jerry Don Ozment, Larry James Palmer, Alex G. Papageorge, Gary 0. Parker, Harry Alton Parker. Second Row: Van Orlie Parker, Joe M. Patterson, Jerry Wayne Paul, Galen B. Pellham, Jim M. Penn, Donnie Ray Phifer, James Cecil Pilger, Kenneth Ray Pitta¬ way. Third Row: Franke Tresvant Plafcan, Robert Dale Plant, Mal¬ colm Dennis Pollard, Jerry Baker Posey, Marvin H. Potts Jr., Thomas Ray Potts, Robert A. Pound, Joseph Michael Powers. Fourth Row: David Lee Priddy, Dennis George Pridmore, Robert Paul Reed, Phillip W. Renfrow, Roger Danial Renfrow, Paul D. Rhew, Landon Harrison Rhodes, Kenny Wiley Rial. Fifth Row: Herschel F. Rice, Charles Clay Richmond, Daryl Stansell Riddell, Gregory Allen Ridge, Darrell Victor Rippy, Noah Wayne Risner, James Harold Rogers, William Michael Ross. Sixth Row: David E. Ruff, Tommy Lee Ruff, Andrew Jack- son Ryan, Michael G. Salzman, Sandy L. Sanders, Darry Gene Sands, David R. Saxon. Cloyce Wayne Scheer. Seventh Row: Carroll 0. Schell, Charles Thomas Scherm, Raymond Carl Schumann, John Walter Scott, James E. Scott, Terry L. Scrivner, Joseph Vinson Scott, Joe B. Scruggs, James L. Seawood. Eighth Row: Irwin John Seward, Jr., Michael Owen Shaw. Harry Eugene Shiver, Terry Wayne Shoffner, Gregory Ehrwest Sim¬ mons, Charles Stephen Smith, Dwight Frank Smith, Gary Lynn Smith. Ninth Row: John C. Smith, Robert Ervin Smith, Steve Wallace Smith, Steven Lee Smith, Theo¬ dore Franklin Smyer, George Ray¬ mond Somers, James Edward Sparks, Jr., Robert Glenn Spencer. Tenth Row: Richard Allen Spil- man, Thomas E. Stalcup, Bennie K. Stephens, Robert Chris Ste¬ phens, John Madison Stevens, Thomas Kenneth Storm, Michael D. Stroud, Bruce Allen Sturdivant. First Row : Robert Allen Sum¬ mers, Cecil W. Sutterfield, David Hugh Talley. Ronnie Stuart Taylor, Jimmy W. Tedford, Edward C. Thompson Jr., Randall F. Thomp¬ son, Terry L. Thompson. Second Row: Rodney Stewart Thompson Jr.. George Thomas Thomson, Gerald Brian Thomson, William Wayne Timmerman, Ron¬ ald D. Tomasich, Bill Lewis Tom¬ linson, Jimmy Charles Trammell, Phillip R. Trimble. Third Row : Donald Bryan Tuck¬ er, Donnie Royce Tugwell, James Patrick Tudor, Stephen Minard Tullgren, Denzil L. Tullis, Rickard Ellis Turner, Matthew Dennis Turo, Nicholas Dale Vandament. Fourth Row : Donald G. Varna- dore. Lary Rodney Walker, Terry K. Walker, Douglas Paul Wallace, Leonard G. Warden III, James Mack Warlick, Fredy L. Washing¬ ton, John Gibson Watkins. Fifth Row: Ronald Anthony Weeks, Joseph M. Welch, Melvis Clyde West, Paul R. Whitnah, Chris E. 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Yocum Hall A secretive meeting in the Yocum- Humphrey parking lot with a Razor- back Hall resident — Oh, joy! 511 i » A Abbott, Polly, 82, 419 Abbott, William W., 82 Abshier, John Darrel, 118 ACACIA, 437 Acheson, Grace Sylvia, 82, 478 Acheson, Samuel S., 50 Aclin, John Dale, 118, 507 Aclin, William K., 118, 507 ACCOUNTING ASSOCIA¬ TION, 379 Adair, William C., Jr., 54 Adams, Byron A., 54 Adams, Camille Corin, 57, 432 Adams, Gary Charles 118, 505 Adams, Gilbert Alan, 118 Adams, Harry Melvin, 99 Adams, Jack Alvin, Jr., 118, 453 Adams, Melva Ann, 118 Adams, Richard Dean, 118, 507 Adcock, Charles R., 57 Adler, Dorothy Diane, 118, 484 Adney, Marilea, 118, 84 AFROTC, 362 Agee, Larry Don, 118, 491 Agnew, Norma Lee, 99, 478 AGRICULTURIST, 353 AGRI STUDENTS ASSO¬ CIATION, 378 Ahlstedt, Richard W., 82 Ahmed, Alauddin, 50 Ahrens, Diane, 99, 423 Ahrens, John T., 99 Ainsworth, Jerry L., 50 Aist, James Robert, 57 Akers, Jean Ann, 57, 420 Akins, Phyllis Anne, 57, 420 Akins, Tia Lynn, 118, 470 Albrecht, Phyllis M., 57, 427 Albright, Evelyn P., 57 Albright, Sybil Ann, 118, 484 Alderman, Lawrence C., 82, 501 Alexander, David L., 118, 507 Alexander, Hiram M., 57 Alexander, Lawrence A., 118, 491 Alexander, Rita Irene, 57 Alexander, Susan E., 118, 482 Alford, Ann Marie, 57, 432 Allbright, Tommy Alan, 118, 491 Allergretti, John W., 99 Allen, Ann Lewis, 82, 432 Allen, Charles David, 82, 458 Allen, Cynthia, 99, 427 Allen, Donna Gaye, 82, 476 Allen, Edwin Richard, 82, 505 Allen, Kathryn D., 82, 478 Allen, Kenneth Owen, 50 Allen, Leroy, Jr., 99, 437 Allen, Loren Barry, 118, 462 Allen, Louise Anne, 118, 484 Allen, Lynne Louise, 118, 484 Allen, Michael Paul, 99 Allen, Robert Owen, 118 Allen, Sandra Sue, 118, 484 Allen, Timothy Smith, 82, 431 Allen, William Ronald, 118 Alley, James Phillip, 99 Allison, Robert Earl, 118 Allmendinger, Nancy C., 118 ALPHA CHI OMEGA, 419 ALPHA CHI SIGMA, 381 ALPHA DELTA PI, 420 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA, 381 ALPHA GAMMA RHO, 438 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA, 441 ALPHA KAPPA PSI, 380 ALPHA LAMBDA DELT A, 383 ALPHA PI MU, 383 ALPHA PHI OMEGA, 382 ALPHA Z5TA, 384 Althauser, Sara Jane, 82, 419 Amatya, Purushottam, 50 AM9RICAN HOME ECO¬ NOMICS ASSOCIATION, 385 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE, 384 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS, 387 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGI¬ NEERS, 387 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGI¬ NEERS, 387 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, 388 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGI¬ NEERS, 389 Ames, Glenda Susan, 118 Amis, Chester Ray, 57 Amos, Howell Clark, 99 Amos, Sharon Elaine, 118 Anderson, Carol N., 118, 484 Anderson, Dixie Jane, 82, 469 Anderson, Elisabeth, 99 Anderson, James M., 118, 507 Anderson, James W., 99, 456 Anderson, John D., 54 Anderson, Raymond L., 82 Anderson, Rebecca A., 118 Anderson, Robert M., Jr., 57 Anderson, Roger Hugh, 57 Anderton, Susan, 118, 484 Andrews, Marion Wayne, 118 ANGEL FLIGHT Anglin, A. 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F., Jr., 100, 444 Bermudez, Roberto, 497 Berry, Allen Wright, 58, 503 Berry, Boyd Blake, 100, 491 Berry, James William, 83 Berry, Judith Anne, 119, 470 Berry, Marilyn Esta, 119, 470 Berry, Ramon G., Jr., 119, 507 BETA ALPHA PSI, 393 Berryhill, Mary Rosa, 100 Betton, Farrish Earl, 100 Bevan, Susan Pat, 119, 484 Bevis, Jimmy Marion, 83, 445 Bew, Margie Christine, 119, 470 Beyerley, Charles E., 100 Bieker, Jon-Ann, 119, 470 Bigge, Marilyn Gail, 58, 419 Bigger, Stephen R., 83, 454 Biggers, Calvin D., 83, 437 Biggs, Michael, 58 Bilbrey, James Ross, 100, 454 Bilbrey, Larry Huse, 100 Bilheimer, Ann Marie, 120, 484 Bilheimer, John, 58, 437 Billings, Lewis, 58, 503 Billingsley, Robert, 58, 504 Bindley, Karen, 100 Bingham, George, 120, 491 Bird, Edwin, 100, 454 Bird, James, 83, 497 Birkett, David Otis, 120, 491 Bishop, Lewis, 58 Bishop, Linda Lucille, 100, 489 Bishop, Michael T., 120, 507 Bivens, Patricia Kay, 120 Bjornberg, Harry K., 120, 487 Black, Jimmy Dale, 100, 442 Black, Kay Lynn, 120, 484 Black, Larry Andrew, 120, 491 Black, Russell Owen, 58, 438 Black, William Edwin, 58 Blackwood, William D., 120 Blagg, Brenda Joyce, 120, 484 Blair, Tommy Darrell, 120 Blackeman, Priscilla, 100, 469 Blackemore, Glenn Ann, 120, 484 Bland, Connie Anne, 120,470 Blankenship, Donald G., 58 Blankenship, Ronald, 58, 458 Blanscet, James Ray, 120, 447 Blanshard, Robert, 120, 453 Blaylock, Robert, 120, 491 Bledsoe, Loren, 58, 503 Bledsoe, Norman O., 58 Bloesch, George, 120, 507 Bloesch, Richard, 120, 507 Bloomberg, Ingrid Ann, 100, 478 BLUE KEY, 394 Blundell, Janet, 120, 470 Blythe, Carl D., 58 Boak, Jerome Stephen, 58 BOARD OF PUBLICA¬ TIONS, 359 Boatman, Linda Kay, 120, 482 Boatright, Alice L., 120 Bobb, Mary Charlotte, 58, 489 Bohlken, Karel Eileen, 120, 470 Bolen, William Harold, 50 Boles, David Bruce, 120 Boles, Donald Ray, 100 Boling, Carolyn Gay, 120, 484 Boll, Jewell Ann, 120, 470 Bolling, Robert C., 58 Bonady, Jane Veronica, 120. 484 Bonner, Drew Taylor, 58 Bonner, Larry Don, 120 Bonner, Roland Clyde, 100 Boogaart, Agar John, 58, 507 Bookout, Peggy Ellen, 120 Booth, Frank Wayne, 54 Booth, Suzanne Day, 58, 431 Borengasser, M. J., 58 Borgeson, Wallace, 58 Boswell, Suzanne, 120, 484 Boswell, William H., Jr., 54 Bottles, Roger Frank. 120, 507 Boudreaux, Ray Michel, 59 Bowden, Louis, 120, 491 Bowen, Thomas Eugene, 59 Bowerman, Susan, 120, 484 Bowers, Charles M., 120, 491 Bowie, Arthur Flynt, 100, 503 Bowles, Robert Duncan, 59 Bowling, Coy Lynn, 120, 507 Bowman, Carol, 59, 431 Bowman, Dianne, 100 Bowman, Patricia, 100, 431 Box, Linda Merle, 120, 470 Boyce, James D., 59 Boyce, Robert Alan, 120, 454 Boyd, Charles Lauren, 59 Boyd, Gretchen Jean, 120, 470 Boyd, James Earl, 120, 491 Boydston, Guy Russell, 120 Boyer, Judith Lee, 120, 484 Boyer, Rickey M., 120, 491 Boyer, Terrell Clark, 120, 491 Boyette, Jerrell Ray, 59 Boykin, David A., 120, 507 Boyle, John R., 120, 491 Bracken, William T., 120, 491 Bradford, Elizabeth, 50 Bradford, Sarah, 83, 428 Bradley, Joe L., 50 Bradley, Jane, 100, 428 Bradley, Janet Lea, 83, 482 Bradley, Martha, 83, 419 Bradley, Michael, 120, 491 Bradley, William H., 120 Bradshaw, Walter J., 120 Brady, Linda Hope, 120, 470 Brambl, Ann Louise, 59, 476 Bramlett, Ronnie C., 59 Branaugh, Janice E., 120 Brandli, Jacquelyn, 59, 420 Brandon, Laura Rae, 120, 470 Brandt, Carl Terry, 121, 491 Brannon, Penny Jo, 83, 431 Brantley, Cora Etta, 121, 470 Brantley, Patricia, 121, 470 Brasvell, Luther C., 59 Braswell, Herbert H., 121 Braswell, Paul Wayne, 121, 507 Bratton, Gary Ray, 121 Bratton, Nancy Carol, 83, 482 Braun, Nancy, 121, 484 Bray, Gloria Jean, 101, 476 Bray, Linda Gene, 121, 484 Bray, Patrick Lyle, 83 Brazil, Christopher, 59 Breeding, Lynn, 121, 491 Bretherick, Mary Ann, 121, 484 Brewer, James Oral, 59 Brewer, Donna Lynn, 101, 419 Brian, William Larry, 121, 456 Bridenthal, Betsy, 83, 420 Bridges, Brenda, 83, 428 Bridges, Philip Dean, 121, 507 Bridgeforth Betty, 431 Bridgeforth, Joe Keith, 54 Bridgeforth, John D., 54 Brigance, Dennis, 59 Brigance, Linda Jean, 121, 470 Bright, David, 121, 454 Brightwell, Richard, 101 Briley, Jack, 59 Brigman, Linda Lou, 121 Bringham, Deborah, 121, 484 Brinkley, Carl, 121, 441 Briscoe, JohnWilliam, 83 Brittenum, Judy Byrd, 59 Brockman, Ellwood, 121 Brkich, Sharon Hope, 101, 427 Brockmann, David R., 83 Brockwell, Ronald H., 59 Brodie, Marilou, 101, 476 Brodie, Marilyn, 101, 476 Brodie, Ralph Gray, 54 Brogdon, Sandra Lee, 83, 424 Broker, Milton D., Jr., 121, 507 Brookes, Robert Word, 121, 491 Brooks, Elizabeth H., 121, 471 Brooks, Kelso C., Jr., 121, ,507 Brooks, Sharron D., 427 Broom, Linda Sue, 83, 419 Brotherton, R. H., Jr., 83, 501 Browder, Joan Valinda, 83, 476 Browders, Jerry Dean, 121 Brown, Ada Jean, 478 Brown, Adrian, 121, 491 Brown, Billy Don, 83 Brown, C. Winston, 121, 454 Brown, Carol Ann, 121 Brown, Charles Lee, 456 Brown, Charles Homer, 121, 491 Brown, Daniel Carl, 121 Brown, Darrell Fayne, 121 Brown, David Reed, 59 Brown, Edward Lee, 121 Brown, Freddie Sue, 121, 471 Brown, Gilbert L., Jr., 59, 501 Brown, Irwin Hal, 121, 454 Brown, James Dalton, 50 Brown, James G., 83 Brown, Janet Ann, 59, 431 Brown, John Junior, 101, 491 Brown, Kathryn Ann, 50 Brown, Linda Lee, 101, 476 Brown, Lynda Dee, 121, 484 Brown, Nancy Ingel, 101 Brown, Nancy June, 59, 476 Brown, Norma Gene, 59, 427 Brown, Patricia Ann, 101, 424 Brown, Rebecca Anne, 83, 489 Brown, Richard Lee, 121 Brown, Robert Foster, 83 Brown, Robert H., 83, 507 Brown, Shirley G., 121 Brown, Susan M., 59, 424 Browne, Richard W., 121, 507 Brownfield, Kay W., 83, 427 Broyles, Carol, 121 Bruce, Robert Michael, 121, 462 Bruce, William Clark, 121 Brunelle, Pamela Ann, 121, 471 Brushaber, John Alan, 59 Bryan, Phillip Elton, 121 Bryant, Don Alan, 121, 491 Bryant, Janice Marie, 121 Bryant, Joyce Jan, 83, 432 Bryant, Larry Lake, 101, 442 Bryant, Sharon Kaye, 101, 478 Bryant, Sherry Louise, 121, 471 Bryant, Sheryl Ann, 101, 489 Bryant, William F., 121, 444 Bryson, Mary Beth, 83, 423 Buchannan, Dale B., 121 Buchannan, Dorothy, 159, 469 Buchannan, Mildred, 121, 484 Buchannan, Robert, 121, 437 Buchannan, Thomas M., 50 Bucher, Jack John, 121, 507 Buchman, Carolyn Jo, 121, 471 Buehner, Lloyd, 59 Buell, Jim C., 59 Buell, Loren Scott, 121, 447 Buell, Viki Lea, 83 Buercklin, John, 83 Bullington, David W., 121 Bullington, Geneva, 101 Bullion, Bruce T., 121 Bullock, Ruie Jean, 83 Bunch, Dana Leigh, 121 Bunge, Carole B., 83, 484 Bunger, Douglas Allen, 83 Burdine, Charles M., 121, 507 Burgess, Edward Lee, 50 Burke, Alfred Leslie, 101, 499 Burke, Patrick James, 121 Burks, Donald Howard, 121, 507 Burks, Gail Maureen, 101, 420 Burnett, Barbara Fay, 101, 420 Burnett, Gary Ray, 121, 491 Burnett, George Kent, 83, 461 Burnett, James E., 121, 507 Burnett, James Oliver, 54 Burnett, Jerry F., 121, 505 Burnett, Thomas H., 59, 506 Burnette, Barbara J., 121 Burnham, Janelle, 121, 484 Burnham, Ronald Dean, 121, 442 Burns, John J essup, 59, 461 Burns, Michael Adams, 121, 491 Burr, Michael Eugene, 121, 507 Burroughs, Linda Gail, 83, 423 Burrow, Charles Chris, 101, 453 Bursey, Walter Eugene, 84, 499 Burson, T. O., 84, 437 Burton, Lyndon, 60, 504 Burton, Percy, 60, 453 Butcher, Halla Jean, 60, 424 Butler, Dean Ann, 121, 471 Butler, Linda Kay, 121, 484 Butler, Patricia Ann, 122, 471 Butler, Walter Daniel, 122 Butt, John Edward, 54 Butter, Susan Day, 122, 471 Buttrill, Gael Elinor, 122, 484 Buxton, Charles, 84, 444 Byars, James Frank, 84 Bynum, Frank W., Jr., 84 Bynum, Kenneth, 60, 458 c Cagle, Charles, 60 Cagle, Gordon W., 50 Cagle, Jerry Lee, 60 Cain, Mary Lou, 122, 431 Cain, Timothy Curtis, 101 Calaway, Richard B., 122, 507 Caldwell, A1 John, 102, 507 Caldwell, Bryan G., 101 Caldwell, Carey Allen, 101, 447 Caldwell, Catherine, 84, 431 Caldwell, Joseph, 54 Calhoon, Julian, 60, 507 Calhoon, Ken Freeman, 84, 456 Callahan, Helen, 84, 420 Callaway, Jean, 101, 427 Calloway, Pauline, 101 Cameron, William B., 122, 491 Campbell, Allen Wayne, 60 Campbell, Carol L., 122, 484 Campbell, David Wayne, 60 Campbell, George W., Jr., 84, 496 Campbell, James R., 84 Campbell, Jane, 122, 484 Campbell, John W., 122, 507 Campbell, Johnny B., 60 Campbell, Josephine A., 60, 424 Campbell, Kenneth Lee, 122, 507 Campbell, Kenneth W., 60 Campbell, Malcolm, 122 Campbell, Ronald Gary, 84 Campbell, Sandra Kay, 122 Campbell, Susanne, 122, 484 Campbell, Theresa, 101, 424 Canant, Jerry Eugene, 60 Canfield, Jerry Lee, 101 Cantwell, John Neal, 60 Cardin, Tommy Wayne, 60 Cardenal, Juan, 101, 501 CARDINAL XX, 395 Carle, Edward Andrew, 122, 507 Carlson, Lois Ann, 122, 484 CARNALL HALL, 469 Carlton, George Read, 84, 444 Carnahan, Donald Lee, 84 Carnes, Connie Sue, 60, 469 Carney, Betty Lou, 122, 484 Carney, James Ronald, 60 Carniol, Glenn M., 101 Carpenter, Frances, 122, 484 Carpenter, Linda Kay, 122, 471 Carpenter, Jerry, 122, 491 Carpenter, Raymond, 60 Carpenter, Rebecca, 122, 484 Carpenter, Ronda Jill, 122, 484 Carpino, Frank, 122, 462 Car, Cynthia Ann, 122, 484 Carroll, Keith Gordon, 122, 491 Carroll, Michael, 122, 491 Carroll, William Neal, 122, 491 Carruth, Joseph, 84, 449 Carruth, Richard, 101, 456 Carter, Barbara Etta, 122, 484 Carter, Darlene, 122, 471 Carter, Faye, 60, 478 Carter, Frank Lyle, 50 Carter, Hilda Arnold, 122, 471 Carter, James Artis, 60, 499 Carter, Lane Swifton, 122, 507 Carter, R. David, 60 Carter, Ronald Murry, 84, 501 Carter, Sharron Kay, 60, 489 Carter, Thomas Faye, 60 Carter, Vaskell, 60, 437 Caruth, Paul Jack, 122, 507 Carver, Michael, 60 Carwell, William B., 122, 491 Cary, Linda Lee, 84, 428 Caselman, Weldon, 122 Casey,. James Robert, 84 Casey, Larry Elmer, 101 Casey, Linda, 84 Cash, Annabelle Robin, 84, 432 Cash, Jerry Frank, 122, 491 Cash, Walter Bruce, 54 Cashion, Michael, 122 , 454 Cassil, Donald Rodney, 84, 450 Caster, George Kara, 60 Castleberry, Larry D., 84, 497 Castleberry, W. N., 122, 450 Castleberry, William, 60 Cathcart, Lucile, 101 Catlett, Helen E., 84, 423 Caudel, Deward Ross, 101 507 Caughron, Kay Alice, 102, 478 Cavender, Barbara Jo, 122, 471 Caver, Patricia Diane, 122, 484 Cawood, James M., 122 Cawood, Robert Lee, 122 Cearley, John S., 101 Cearley, Robert M., 60, 456 Cecil, Jeanine, 122, 471 Cecil, Richard Lee, 84 Celi, Mario Patricio, 498 Center, James Randall, 122 Chaffin, Charles, 60, 503 Chaffin, Clyde Wayne, 101 Chalfant, Vicky, 122, 471 Chambers, David Hall, 84, 503 Chambers, John Ed, 101, 444 Chandler, Hoy Eugene, 101 Chaney, Charles Jr., 84 Chaney, Rebecca Ann, 122, 478 Chao, Albert Lee, 59, 501 Chapman, David Ray, 101, 450 Chapman, Edsel, 60, 499 Chapo, Thomas John, 101 Chappell, Holmes, 84 Chase, Susan Louise, 101, 432 Chastain, Robert, 84, 461 Cheatham, Debra Sue, 122, 471 Cheney, Stephen, 61 Cherry, John Sandefur, 54 Cherry, Thomas, 101 Chesshir, Sarah Lynn, 101, 476 Chevalier, Maurice L., 61, 462 CHI EPSILON, 394 CHIMES, 396 CHI OMEGA, 423 CHI THETA, 395 Childs, William, 84 Chilton, Linda E., 101, 478 Chiolino, Linda Ann, 101, 476 Chism, Hardy Dale, 101 Chrisman, Cynthia Sue, 122, 484 Chrispen, Sandra Jean, 122, 484 Christal, Wiley, 101, 507 Christenson, Gary L., 122. 492 Christman, Thomas P., 101 Christy, Richard Carl, 122, 461 Church, Chandler, 122, 491 Cialone, David Roy, 84 Cina, Carol Louise, 61, 420 CIRCLE K, 379 Clapp, Kenneth Martin, 101, 462 CIVIC CLUB, 396 Clark, Andrew Lawson, 84 Clark, Daniel Raymond, 122 Clark, David Alan, 61 Clark, Fredric H., 61, 501 Clark, Gregory John, 122, 491 Clark, James Corbin, 61 Clark, Kenneth Jay, 84 Clark, Lois, 61 Clark, Michael Neil, 101 Clark, Michael Wayne, 101, 462 Clark, Paula Jean, 84 Clark, Peggy Ann, 84 Clark, Stephen Lee, 50, 507 Clark, Stephen Robert, 122, 505 Clark, Thomas Edward, 101 Clark, William Gent, 122, 507 Clarke, Janet Lynn, 122, 484 Clay, Linda, 122, 471 Clayton, Raymond C., 122 Clem, Brenda Sue, 101, 419 Clem, James Allison, 122 Clem, Jerry Edward, 84, 444 Clemence, Nancy B., 54 Clemence, W. J., 50 Clems, James A., 84, 496 Clements, Joan L., 102 Cleveland, Herschel, 102, 441 Cleveland, Marian, 102, 431 Clevidence, Beverly, 122,484 Clifton, Lowell, 122, 507 Clifton, Sandra Gene, 122 Climer, Jerome, 61, 503 Cline, Cathy Loraine, 122, 484 Clinehens, Dorothy, 61 Clingan, Doris Gray, 61 Clingan, Joseph, 61 Closser, John Clark, 84, 496 Cloyd, Linda Faye, 122, 484 Coates, Ned Stuart, 50 Coates, Wayne Leo, Jr., 84, 447 Cobb, Charles Stanley, 61 Cobb, James Edward, 122, 507 Cochran, Dennis Ray, 84 Cochran, Donna Kay, 102, 423 Cochran, Franklin, 61 Cochran, Gary Earl, 61 Cochran, Marsha O., 102 Cockrum, 102, 456 Cody, Russell, 123 Coe, Andrew Doyle, 50 Coffield, Catherine L., 123, 484 Coffield, James R., 61, 447 Coffield, Joe Edward, 123, 447 Cogburn, Tom Harrison, 123 Cohen, Jack Davis, 61 Coil, Stephen Edward, 123, 462 Coiner, Warren, 61 Coker, John Robert, 84 Coker, William Foy, 123 Colbert, Jimmy Lee, 123, 442 Colburn, Cathy Lee, 123, 484 Colclasure, Ray, 123, 507 Cole, Charles, 61 Cole, James Alfred, 102 Cole, James David, 84, 454 Cole, James Harold, 102, 505 Cole, Joy Larue, 61 Cole, Judith, 123, 471 Cole, Marsha Jean, 102, 482 Cole, Marvin Lynn, 61 Coleman, Bruce Wayne, 50 Coleman, Kathryn L., 84, 476 Coleman, Kenneth Ross, 123, 507 Coleman, Mabel Rogers, 50 Coleman, Michael D., 61 Coleman, Randell C., 123, 491 Coles, Richard Lewis, 102 Colitz, Carol Lynn, 123, 484 COLLEGIATE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 399 Collier, Janet M., 84 Collins, Cynthia Ann, 123, 484 Collins, Kay Graham, 123, 471 Colvin, Greene, 54 Coman, William Days, 123, 491 Combs, Harold Dean, 498 Combs, Nathan Lewis, 54 Combs, William P., 123 COMMERCE GUILD, 374 Comstock, David Allen, 123, 507 Condit, John Michael, 123, 507 Conditt, Charles A., Jr., 123, 507 Condon, Mike, 123 Conley, Theodore, 61 Connell, James M., 61 Connell, William J., 123 Conner, Michael Ira, 123, 507 Conner, Paul, 102,505 Conrad, Delmar Lynn, 123, 507 Cook, Frances E., 123, 471 Cook, Joe, 84 Cook, Margaret E., 123, 471 Cook, Orval Lee, 61 Cook, Roger Curtis, 61 Cook, Sarah, 84, 476 Cook, Toby M., 102, 477 Cook, Vera Joe, 84, 431 Cook, William Howe, 102, 447 Cook, William J., 123, 507 Cook, William R., Jr., 61, 444 Cooksey, Linda Ann, 123, 484 Cooper, Barbara Jean, 102 Cooper, Carol Sue, 123, 484 Cooper, Catherine E., 61, 469 Cooper, Edward H., Jr., 123, 491 Cooper, Mary Margaret, 102 Cooper, Shirley Lee, 102, 478 Copeland, Judd Harris, 50 Coppage, George R., 84 Copple, Nancy Ruth, 123 Corbin, Donald Louis, 54 Corbin, Edward E., 102 Cordell, Rosalyn Sue, 61 Corder, Janice Ann, 84, 478 Core, Phillip Steven, 84 Corley, James Steven, 123, 507 Cornish, Bobby Joe, 123, 491 Cornwell, Geraldine, 123, 484 Cosand, Larry Dale, 123, 507 Cosgrove, Dale G., 61 Cothran, Connie C., 61, 478 Cotten, Charles, 84, 503 Cotterman, Kathleen, 123 Cottey, James H., Jr., 50 Cotton, Thomas Len, 84, 438 Cottrell, Richard E., 84 Couch, Joseph Barton, 123, 456 Coulter, Cindy Kaye, 102, 432 Coulter, William E., 50 Council, Mary Nancy, 84, 423 Counts, George Ellis, 50 Counts, Rita Hardy, 84 Courdin, Marilyn Ann, 123, 484 Courtney, Richard H., 102, 437 Coven, Wendy Lynne, 123, 484 Covington, Samuel A., 84 Covington, Sarah E., 84, 489 Cowart, Phillip Loyd, 123, 499 Cowdrey, Rick Allen, 102 Cowee, Jerry Leon, 123 Cowger, Patricia J., 123, 471 Cox, Charles Foster, 61 Cox, Danny Joe, 61, 437 Cox, Herman Bailes, 61 Cox, James Ralph, 123, 507 Cox, Marilyn Lucille, 50 Cox, Peggy Sue, 123, 471 Cox, Phyllis Jean, 123, 484 Cox, Walter Barry, 54 Coxsey, James Kent, 102, 450 Cozart, Don B., 61 Cozort, Betty Donna, 102, 432 Cozort, Nancy C., 84 Crabb, Marvin Dewey, 84 Crafton, Ralph Melvin, 123, 462 Craig, Barbara Jean, 123, 484 Craig, Thomas Andrew. 61 Craig, Walter M., Jr., 102, 441 Crain, Joe Carl, 123 Crain, John Atkins, 61, 123 Crain, Regina Rae, 61, 427 Crall, Lamar, 50 Crampton, Elizabeth, 84, 428 KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Kelley For Kwality Serving Northwest Arkansas Since 1921 Wholesale and Retail Building Materials FAYETTEVILLE 324 West Dickson HI 2-2351 AAA Town House Motel AAA 24 units with Room Phones and Free TV — wall to wall carpeting Air Conditioning — Ceramic Tile Baths — Tub and Shower Two Blocks from Downtown On Highway 71 Phone H I 2-5307 Fayetteville, Arkansas 518 Your Alumni Association is on the Move And We Want YOU In On It, Too. There is a new excitement among graduates and former students of the university — an excitement over the realization that their years in college have formed the basis for current and future successes and growing opportunities. Gratefully more and more Alumni are joining as active members in support of the programs of the Association. Scholarships, Outstanding Faculty Awards, Library Purchases, and Departmental Grants are among the projects now existing. But much more is needed. The vital functions of a University, those functions not supported by taxes, must be provided for you and those to come. And more and more Alumni — not only here, but in all uni¬ versities and colleges across the nation — are being called upon to help make a great university greater. All seniors are given a year’s free active membership in the Association during their last year in school. When you have graduated will you please seek, or better, still, demand to know what you might do for your University through .... The University of Arkansas ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 519 Crandall, Walter M., 84, 503 Crane, Marsha Kaye, 123, 484 Craun, Carol Ann, 85 Crank, Robert Hughes, 85 Cravens, David Ralph, 123, 507 Crawford, Donnie Dean, 61 Crawford, Gary Lynn, 102 Crawford, James Terry, 123, 507 Crawford, Mary Ann, 123, 471 Crawford, Norma Ruth, 123, 471 Crawford, R. S., III, 85, 454 Crawford, Wesley, 123, 437 Creecy, Douglas H., 85 Creel, Cynthia Ann, 123, 471 Creel, Linda, 85, 423 Creel, Susan E., 85, 476 Creighton, John, 124 Crews, Jack Dan, 102, 449 Crider, James Vol, 102 Crisman, Joanne P., 102 Crist, Michael Dean, 124, 491 Crites, Cheryl Elaine, 102, 489 Crittenden, Charles R., 124 Cromwell, Paul Dwain, 124, 491 Crosby, Carole Anne, 85, 489 Crosnoe, Norma Sue, 124, 484 Cross, Carolyn, 124, 484 Crouch, John D., Ill, 102, 462 Crow, Frank Steven, 124, 507 Crow, Mary Virginia, 102, 478 Crowell, Orville, L., 50 Crowley, Carolyn, 50 Crownover, James D., 62 Crudup, Robert Fred, 124 Crumbaker, Judy Mae, 102, 427 Cuadra, Marti, 85, 424 Culbreth, Henry A., 85, 498 Cullom, Peggy Jo, 124, 484 Culp, Carol Ellen, 62, 428 Cummings, Samuel D., 124, 491 Cummins, Brenda R., 124, 484 Cunningham, C. Ann, 102 Cunningham, Richard K., 85, 505 Cupples, Barbara L., 62, 427 Cure, Josephine L., 102, 431 Cureton, Elizabeth A., 124, 482 Curl, Frank Arthur, 124, 491 Currie, John B., 102, 454 Currie, Robert S., 124, 491 Curry, Elaine Mildred, 62, 420 Curtis, James Allen, 124 Curtis, Jess Willard, 85, 499 Curtis, Leroy S., 62 Curtsinger, Nancey, 102 Cushing, Cheryl Lynn, 102, 427 Cuthbertson, Grace, 85, 428 Czarowitz, Carol Ann, 85, 432 D Dabney, Sandra Kaye, 85, 423 Dacus, James Ray, 124, 491 Daffron, Richard A., 124, 491 Dahlke, Sandra Gaye, 62, 489 Daily, Charles Edward, 62 Daily, Ted Max, 503 Daily, Lawrence R., 85 Dake, Terrence, Rex, 62, 462 Dalmasso, Joseph Paul, 62 Dalrymple, Sharon Lea, 124, 484 Dalton, Dean Howard, 85 Dameier, Brian Joel, 124, 491 Daniel, Anne E., 85, 424 Daniel, Margaret E., 85, 476 Daniel, Patricia K., 85, 476 Daniel, Pebble Lynn, 124, 471 Daniel, Thomas W., Jr., 102 Daniel, W. Peyton, 124, 453 Darks, Ann Margaret, 124, 471 Darnalll, Susan Carol, 124, 471 Darr, Clnthia, 102, 427 Daugherty, John Lewis, 85 David, Dixie Ann, 476 Davidson, Diane Beth, 102, 419 Davidson, Robert A., 124, 491 Davids, Beverly Ann, 124, 471 David, Alice Marie, 124, 484 Davis, Calvin Sharpe, 124, 507 Davis, Carl Miller, 102 Davis, Darrell Ray, 124 Davis, Delmar Lee, 85 Davis, Ellen, Diane, 124, 484 Davis, Helen Ruth, 85 Davis, Gary Don, 85 Davis, Hilda Beatrice, 102 Davis, Howard Lee, 102, 498 Davis, James D., 85, 501 Davis, Jerry Lee, 62 Davis, Larry Michael, 124, 491 Davis. Leo Carson, 62, 497 Davis, Lina Jean, 85, 476 Davis, Mary Patricia, 124, 471 Davis, Nancy Jane, 62, 427 Davis, Nancy Rebecca, 124, 471 Davis, Omey Joan, 124 , 471 Davis, Pamela Kay, 124, 471 Davis, Priscilla Ann, 124, 471 Davis, Richard H., Jr., 54 Davis, Sammye, 102, 469 Davis, Timothy Eugene, 85, 453 Davis, Tony Max, 124, 491 Dawson, Tony Max, 124, 491 De La Guardia, R. R., 102, 501 De Reisthal, Peter, 102 Dean, Hilbert Dwayne, 62 Dean, John Charles, 102, 496 Dean, Lenice Alta, 85, 428 Dean, Pam Guthunz, 62 Dearien,’ Carolyn Jane, 124, 485 Dearien, Charles D., 62 Dearien, Marilyn June, 124, 485 Deberry, Judy Lynn, 102, 476 Deberry, Thomas D., 124 Oebons, Francis, 124, 491 Deckelman, Arthur, 124, 491 Declerk, Robert, 54 Deer, James M., 62 Deere, Joan Irene, 102, 469 Deere, Linda Frances, 102, 476 Deere, Roy Walter, 102 Deere, Thomas M., Ill, 85 Dees, Jane Collier, 124, 485 Deeter, Talmage L., 102 Dejarnette, Clifton G., 124, 491 DELTA DELTA DELTA, 424 DELTA GAMMA, 427 Delphin, Walter H., 102, 503 Deman, Gerald Leigh, 85 Dembinski, T. H., 85, 441 Dempsey, John Grover, 85 Denker, Mary K., 85, 485 Dennis, Edward Joseph, 124, 491 Dennis, James A., 102, 503 Dennis, Jerry Lynn, 124, 507 Dent, John Thomas, 124, 491 Denton, Gary Joe, 124, 507 Denton, Robert H., 102, 458 Denver, Charles E., 62, 442 Desalvo, Mary Annette, 124, 471 Desalvo, R. Vincent, 62 Deslauriers, Diane, 85, 428 Dewey, Robert William, 62 Dewolfe, Caroline, 62, 476 Dhruv, Tushar, 50 Dickinson, Carol, 124, 471 Dickson, Daryl Ralph, 102 Dickson, Dwight B., 102, 507 Dickson, Lon R., 62, 504 Diemer, Howard H., 50 Dierks, Constance, 125, 476 Dietrich, Orlo Lee, 85, 453 Digby, Charles Henry, 62 Digby, Karen Kay, 62 Dildy, Margaret Ellen, 62, 428 Dill, Brenda Kay, 125 Dill, Clarence, 125, 450 Dillahunty, David H., 85, 441 Dilliard, Virginia, 102, 427 Dinkins, Reed Leon, 50 Disborw, Harry, 125, 507 Dismukes, James Oran, 102, 491 Disney, Jerry Gayle, 125 Dixon, John B., 102 Dixon, Margaret L., 125, 482 Dixon, William Paul, 125 Dockery, George L., 62 Dodd, Dorothy Jean, 102, 420 Dodd, Susan, 125, 471 Dodge, Randy Eugene, 125, 507 Dodgen, David Leroy, 62 Dodgen, William Henry, 102, 442 Dodson, Charolette, 125 Dodson, James R., Jr., 102 Dodson, Thomas Joe, 85 Doherty, Barbara Kay, 125, 471 Dolan, Joseph, 85 Dolan, Patrick, 85, 428 Doland, Robert, 125, 428 Donahou, Phyllis Ann, 125, 482 Donahou, Patricia Ann, 102, 471 Donaldson, Judith K., 62, 469 Donoho, Charlotte C., 102, 431 Dorsa, Deborah Ann, 125, 485 Dortch, Dorothy, 62 Dortch, Georgia, 50 Doss, John Richard, 102, 449 Doss, Kent Alfred, 125, 507 Doss, Norma Jean, 85, 476 Doss, Richard Allen, 125, 458 Dotso n, John T., 125, 491 Doty, Clia Marie, 103, 419 Douglas, Elizabeth A., 62 Douglas, Marion D., 54 Douglas, Susan Kay, 102, 478 Douglas, Troy, 54 Douglass, Larry W. 125, 507 Dover, Billy Dewayne, 125, 461 Dowless, Fred Vernon, 85 Dowell, Delia, 85, 423 Dowling, James W., 50 Downing, R. Eugene, 62 Downs, Ralph, 125 Doyle, William Mike, 125 Drace, Anna Kathryn, 125, 469 Drain, Glenn, 125 Drake, Cynthia, 125 Drake, Linda, 85, 419 Draper, Patricia, 125, 491 Drennan, Linda Kay, 85, 489 Drewrey, Ronald Dale, 50 Drewry, Daniel, 125, 507 Driskill, Janice, 125, 485 DROKE HOUSE, 497 Drummond, Sandra Jean, 85, 423 Dryden, Helen Keats, 489 PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency Open 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 7 days a week fountain service • cosmetics • magazines complete tobacco department Ample Free Parking 624 West Dickson HI 2-6216 Fayetteville, Ark. 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V., 107, 453 K Kale, Floye, 89, 431 Kaley, Robert Donald, 107, 501 Kammerlohr, Morton, 132, 495 Kane, Phyllis Anne, 132, 472 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA, 428 KAPPA KAPPA PSI, 402 KAPPA SIGMA, 444 Karber, John M., 132 Karr, Charles Ray, 55 Karnes, Gayle Lynn, 132, 472 Karrant, Victoria, 132, 472 526 Kastel, Bruce Blaine, 107, 496 Kauffman, Earnest, 132, 495 Kauffman, Rebecca S., 107, 420 Kaufman, Beverly L., 132, 472 Kaufman, Ronald E., 132 Kavanaugh, Michael, 51 Kays, Marilyn, 89, 428 Keadle, William A., 107, 444 Keane, Sarah Margaret, 107, 489 Keathley, Gary H., 89 Keel, James St. John, 107, 438 Keeley, Dennis M., 107 Keene, Donald Wayne, 107, 489 Keiene, Linda Lee, 132 Keener, Elbert Louis, 132, 495 Keeton, Joe Heil, 68 Keisler, Ronnie S., 107, 453 Keith, Herbert Ross, 89 Kell, George Clyde, 89 Keller, Edwin Roy, Jr., 51 Keller, Kaye, 89, 478 Kelley, Eugene T., 55 Kelley, James Ronald, 107 Kelley, Kathy Jane, 132, 485 Kelley, Kipling Keith, 107 Kelley, Robert Eugene, 132, 508 Kelley, Sara E., 89, 476 Kelley, Susan Drake, 89, 423 Kelley, Walker, 89, 453 Kelly, Arthur Lee, 132, 462 Kelly, Mary Kathleen, 132, 478 Kelly, Pamela Carrie, 132, 472 Kelly, Pamela Carrie, 132, 472 Kelson, Drew Preston, 132, 495 Kemp, Janet Karen, 107, 420 Kemp, Wesley Barton, 132, 503 Kemper, Robert Thomas, 132, 508 Kendall, Don Bascom, 89 Kendall, Edith Ann, 68, 419 Kendall, Katherine E., 107, 423 Kendel, Walter, 132, 495 Kendrick, Danny Nicks, 132 Kendrick, Marilyn Kay, 89, 476 Kennedy, Ernest Lewis, 107 Kennedy, Joe Luster, 107 Kenner, Mary Virginia, 107, 478 Kennett, Dan Preston, 107, 438 Kenney, Donald Thomas, 132, 495 Kennington, Jeffery, 89 Kent, Deraid Mike, 107, 497 Kent, John P., 107 Kent, Martha Ann, 132, 472 Ker, Joyce Leslie, 132, 485 Kerby, Alan Durand, 107 Kerby, Linda Alta, 107, 478 Kerr, Lemuel Harriss, 67 Kerr, Robert Lee, 107 Kerr, Sammy W., 67, 438 Kiersh, Garland M., 67 Kesterson, Kenneth, 67 Ketcheside, Betty E., 89 Ketcheside, Don, 67 Keton, Wayne Taylor, 132, 508 Kever, Johnny Earl, 132 Kidd, John Robert, 67, 496 Kidder, Rex Wesley, 132 Kiester, Kirt Harold, 107, 458 Kile, Glenn Frank, 107, 497 Killingsworth, Jo, 132, 472 Kilpatrick, Hamilton, 132, 441 Kilpatrick, Margaret, 132, 485 Kimball, Donald S., 89 Kimball, Marian D., 132,472 Kimbrell, Thelma, 89, 476 Kimbrough, Harold, 89, 503 Kimery, Richard Lon, 107, 508 Kincaid, Janice, 89, 424 Kincannon, Georgann, 89, 469 Kincy, John Charles. 89. 476 Kinder, Florence D., 107, 476 Kindy, Jim Lee, 132 King, Callie, 51, 489 King, Fredrick James, 107, 495 King, James Upton, 51 King, James W., Jr.. 89. 450 King, Jerry Derward, 89 King, Kathryn Louise, 107, 478 King, Katy Louise, 107, 478 King, Michael Lee, 107 King, Michael Louis, 132, 508 King, Robert Paul, 67 King, Ward Warren, 132, 503 King, William Craig, 107, 503 Kingston, Ronnie E., 67, 503 Kinneman, Bill Thomas, 67, 441 Kinney, Harriet, 89, 432 Kinsey, Haywood, 107, 447 Kirby, Elbert R., Jr., 89 Kirby, Helen Vance, 132, 472 Kirk, Carolyn Lee, 67 Kirk, David Scott, 132, 498 Kirk, David Wayne, 67 Kirk, James Thurston, 107, 504 Kirk, Kathlynn, 89 Kirk, Thomas Joseph, 67 Kirkegaard, Ann, 432 Kirkpatrick, John, 132, 509 Kirsch, Georgia Ann, 67 Kirspel, Robert John, 107, 461 Kish, Roderick Gordon, 107, 496 Kitchens, Suzanne, 89, 428 Kitchens, G. T., 67 Kitchens, T. Fred, 107, 496 Kittle, James Larry, 89 Kittrell, Judith Ann, 89, 431 Kizzia, Brenda Sue, 89 Kizzia, Roy E., 67 Klammer, Kay Ellen, 132, 472 Kleck, Tommy Leonard, 132 Klein, Joseph Elkins, 89, 454 Kline, Richard Max, 89, 438 Knarr, William M., 132, 437 Knight, Carolyn Sue, 89, 420 Knight, Donald Harris, 132 Knight, James Kenneth, 51 Knight, Richard William, 132 457 Knight, William G., 67, 457 Knod, Edward M., Jr., 107, 509 Knod, Fred Paul, 107, 441 Knoernschild, David E., 67 Knox, Bruce Allen, 133, 495 Koehler, Martha Kay, 133, 486 Koen, Judith, 89, 476 Koenig, Denny Joe, 107, 509 Kolb, Ronald C., 107 Koontz, Lewis David, 133, 509 Koser, Edward Michael, 89 Kozel, Ramona Jeanne, 89, 432 Kraich, Leslie Dee, 133, 472 Krebs, Alvin E., 133, 501 Kremer, Margaret Jane, 133, 478 Kuehnet, Gail Leigh, 133, 486 Kulbeth, Jerry Lynn, 107 Kuonen, Richard Henry, 133, 441 Kuritz, David Alan, 133, 509 Kurland, Marc Lewis, 51, 509 Kyzer, William C., 89, 450 L La Joie, Jo Lea, 133, 486 Labrot, Glenda Ruth, 133, 486 Lacefield, Donald J., 107 Lacewell, Rebecca, 69 Lacewell, William, 69 Lackey, Hilliard L., 51 Lackey, Loretta Gail, 107, 432 Lackey, Thomas Wayne, 89 Lacy, James Arnold, 107, 509 Ladage, Frederick, 89, 453 Lafevers, Norma, 107, 423 Lafferty, Linda Jean, 133 Lafferty, Nancy Ann, 89 Lafferty, William, 55 Lafollette, Michael, 89 Lair, Herbert Dean, 52 Lair, Sandra Kay. 133 Lake, Lou Ellen, 107, 478 Lalman, John, 133, 495 Laman, Christy Lea, 107, 478 Laman, Cynthia Anne, 133, 487 Lamb, Carolyn, 67 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, 447 Lamb, F Dalene, 133, 487 Lamb, Michael Dean, 89 Lamb, Terrance Eugene, 67 Lambert, Wesley, 89, 489 Lambiotte, Larry, 133, 453 Lamoureux, Charles, 133, 495 Lancaster, Lynda Ann, 69 Land, David E. L., 69 Land, Newton, Eugene, 133 Landers, Elizabeth, 69, 427 Landers, George T., 133, 495 Landers, Michael R., 454 Landers, William H., 133 Lane, Dalton Lee, 89 Lane, Freddie Joe, 13 Lane, Ginger Lou, 133, 487 Lane, Loretta Grace, 133, 472 Lane, Milton Julius, 133 Laner, Jerry Monroe. 133 457 Laney, Gary Kent, 133 Lang, Nicholas Paul, 133, 495 Lange, Robert A., 133, 437 Langley, Carol Ann, 133, 487 Langley, Nancy Lee, 133, 469 Langston, John Wade, 55 Largent, Robert E., 55 Larrison, Diane Allen, 67 Larrison, James H., 55 Larsen, Gary Gene, 133, 509 Larson, Arthur Thomas, 107, 503 Larson, Linda Jean, 107, 423 Larson, Michael V., 133, 509 Lassiter, Cecil, 89 Lassiter, James Hugh, 498 Lassiter, James Hugh, 498 Lathram, Dana Lee, 133, 486 Latture, James Paul, 107, 445 Lauck, James Stephen, 89, 454 Laughlin, Cecil, 133, 453 Laughlin, Cynthia Lee, 133, 486 Laux, George Stephen, 89, 498 Law, Glenda Gay, 89, 476 Lawler, Leah, 107 Lawrence, Frances, 67, 482 Lawrence, Hazel, 133, 486 Lawrence, James Lavoy, 107, 501 Lawrence, Larry R., 107, 496 Lawrence, Linda Marie, 133, 486 Lawrence, Robert Odus, 89 Lawrence, William D., 133, 495 Lawson, Ernest R., 133, 495 Lawson, Jerry Joe, 89 Lawson, Jerry Lee, 133 Lay, Gary Wayne, 133, 450 Lay, Rebecca Cheryl, 133, 486 Layton, Bobby Ray, 52 Le Flore, Ernest, 133, 509 Lea, Raymond Earl, 133, 495 Lea, William T., 89, 457 Leach, Betty Jo, 107, 478 Leach, James Johnson, 133, 458 Lease, George F., 133, 495 Lebedeff, Carla, 67, 419 Lecompte, Charles, 55 Ledbetter, Tommy Dale, 55 Ledgerwood, Marvin M., ’69, 503 Ledgerwood, Phil M., 108 Leding, Celestine W., 108, 476 Lee, Bill Winn, 133, 509 Lee, Eugene H., 133, 509 Lee, Gary Owen, 133, 509 Lee, Gregory William, 133, 509 Lee, India Robinette, 69 Lee, Jack William, Jr., 90 Lee, James Randal, 90, 495 Lee, Linda, 90, 420 Lee, Tommy Dee, 108 Lee, William Royce, 108, 457 Leek, Lois Gladden, 69 Leek, Lynn Morris, 69 Leek, Stephen Alan, 133 Leeman, Russell, 108 Leesemann, Lucile Ann, 108 424 Legan, Connie Sue, 133, 486 Legatski, Cheryl Anne, 90, 427 Lehle, Walter W., 108, 487 Lehmann, Georgia K., 133, 482 Lehn, David Guy. 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472 Moore, Larry Don, 501 Moore, Marilyn J., 110, 477 Moore, Michael Herd, 136, 495 Moore, Richard, 137, 453 Moore, Roanna, 137, 472 Moore, Rose Anna, 137, 472 Moore, Sandra Kay, 90, 432 Moore, Thomas, 55 Moore, Wayne Thomas, 90, 454 Moore, William Baker, 5 Moore, William Harold, 71, 438 Moorehead, Beverly, 110, 477 Mooran, Patricia Ann, 137, 485 Moran, Shelly Anne. 90 Moreland, David T„ 137, 495 Moreland, William, 110 Morey, Norman Warren, 90 Morgan, Charles D., 71 Morgan, Cheryl Paula, 137, 477 Morgan, David Carl, 110, 501 Morgan, Jack Clark, 90 Morgan, James H., 71, 509 Morgan, James L., 55 Morgan, Joyce, 90, 489 Morgan, Karen Ann, 90, 479 Morgan, Katherine, 110, 424 Morgan, Sandra Kay, 137, 485 Morgan, Steve Jack, 137, 509 Moring, John Michael, 110 Morris, Cheryl Lynn, 110, 428 Morris, Henry Carol, 55 Morris, Julia Anne, 90 Morris, Linda Carol, 137, 486 Morris, Martha Rachel, 52 Morris, Mary Emilia, 137, 486 Morris, Wesley Wayne, 55 Morrison, Harrison, 71 Morrison, James D., 110, 496 Morrison, Patricia A., 137, 486 Morrison, Richard D., 110 MORTAR BOARD, 404 Mortensen, Gary Lee, 110, 499 Morton, Constance, 110, 420 Morton, Sandra Kay, 110, 477 Moseley, John Bobbitt, 137, 509 Moseley, John R., 137, 509 Moseley, Owen Bernard, 55 Mosey, Judith Ann, 90, 479 Mosier, Thelma Jo, 71, 424 Mosley, Susanna Maria, 90, 419 Moss, Olender, Howton, 110, 447 Motley, Gary Lyn, 137, 509 Mougeot, Larry Happy, 137, 495 Mourton, James Gary, 137, 509 Mullennix, Martha Sue, 137, 472 Muller, Judy Nell, 110, 477 Mullins, Carolyn J., 71 Mullins, Jo Kathleen, 137 Munday, John Lewis, 137, 447 Munday, Ralph Leslie, 110, 437 Mundstock, Robert, 137, 509 Mundy, Rodney Joe, 110 Munnerlyn, Jane Ann, 110, 431 Murphey, Margaret, 137, 486 Murphy, Phyllis Lee, 137, Murray, Judith Arlene, 137 Murrey, Joe, 55 Muse, Paul Stephen, 137, 509 Musgrave, Suzanne Fay, 110, 428 Musick, Tommy Edward, 110, 450 Myatt, Gilbert, 110 Myers, Cecil, 137, 509 Myers, Cheryl, 90 Myers, Jay Frank, 71 Myers, Michele Jan, 110,477 Myers, Nancy Virginia, 90, 489 N Nagel, Alice Elaine, 137, 485 Nakamura, Ted Kazuo, 71, 441 Napier, Gene Curtis, 137, 457 Narisi, Kathy Louise, 71, 432 Naron, Lamar, 90 Nash, Cheryl Ann, 90, 482 Nash, Jimmy Roger, 90 Nash, Linda Lorraine, 110, 427 Nash, Sybil Frances, 90, 477 Nau, Cheryl Lavonne, 90, 424 Naylor, Billy Joe, 55 Naylor, Edgar Lewis, 71 Neal, Joseph Charles, 110, 503 Neal, Olney Ray, 110, 499 Needham, Linda Kaye, 137, 472 Neeley, Charles Mack, 55 Neely, Jane Ann, 137, 472 Neely, John Kenneth, 137, 450 Neff, Bobbie Jo, 137, 486 Neill, Charlotte Ann, 71 Neislar, Judy Lyn, 137, 486 Nelson, Daniel Thomas, 137 Nelson, David Edmon, 110, 437 Nelson, Eric William, 137, 509 Nelson, Glynda, 110, 432 Nelson, Gustavo, 91 Nelson, Jane Lizabeth, 110, 424 Nelson, John Paul, 137, 509 Nelson, Junie E., 137, 472 Nelson, Martha Ellen, 110, 477 Nelson, Patricia Ann, 90, 419 Nelson, Randall, 91 Nesbitt, Edwin Ewing, 137, 509 Netherton, David, 71, 462 Netzer, Robert W., 137, 509 Neuberger, Jean, 110, 462 Neunherz, Edward Neil, 91, 496 Neville, Alan Daly, 477 Nevin, Carol Jane, 137, 486 Nevius, Anita Nell, 137, 472 New, Euel David, 137, 509 New, Thomas Allen, 137 Newocmb, Larry Clell, 90, 503 Newkirk, Kenneth, 137, 509 Newkirk, Mathis Glenn, 137, 495 Newlin, Marcia Ann, 137 Newman, David Eugene, 71 Newman, Marshall Roy, 110 Newman, William Larry, 137, 495 Newsom, Edwin George, 110 Newsum, Jon K., 71 Newton, Audrey Ann, 91 Newton, George Allyn, 137 Newton, George M., 137, 505 Newton, Lynn Aida, 71, 432 Newton, Patricia Ann, 110, 469 Newton, Thomas Oliver. 110 Newton, William S., 110, 505 Newton, Wood Arnold, 110 Newtown, Glenford, 110 Nichols, Gary, 137, 495 Nichols, Mildred. 110, 477 Nichols, Ted Bryan, 52 Nichols, Van Hundley, 137, 509 Nicholson, William E., 137, 495 Nickerson, James C., 90 Nickerson, Janet M., 90, 482 Niesen, Gail Ann, 110, 427 Nimmo, Saundra Sue, 137, 472 Niven, James Alpheus, 90 Nix, Joe Alpheus, 90 Nix, Joe Franklin, 52 Nixon, Bill Mason, 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ARKANSAS OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE STATE " 533 Nixon, Janice Joanne, 137, 472 Noble, Marilyn Cobb, 137, 472 Noble, Ronald Wayne, 90 Nobles, James Robert,, 137, 509 Nodler, Sue Carole, 90, 479 Noland, Jerry Gale, 92 Nolen, Constance, 110 Noon, Frances Jane, 111, 479 Nooner, Dayton Odell, 111 Norcross, Joe Charles, 71 Norfleet, Suzanne, 71, 431 Norman, James Glen, 137, 450 Norman, Josephine F., 137, 486 Norman, Mitchell, 111 Norrell, Joseph, 137, 496 Norris, John David, 137, 509 Norris, Mary Lou, 137 Norris, Stanley Alan, 92 Norsworthy, William, 137, 454 North, Moira Jeane, 137, 486 Northcutt, Nancy Gaye, 111, 427 Northern, Randall E., 137, 509 Norton, Carol Jane, 92, 479 Norton, Dennis W., 137, 495 Norton, Jo Donna, 111, 469 Norwood, David Allen, 92, 505 Norwood, Pamela Diane, 137, 486 Norwood, Tommy Wayne, 92 Norwood, Vicki, 111, 479 Novak, John Lee, 137, 495 Nowell, Joe Ansel, 137, 509 Nowell, John Michael, 137 Nowell, Judith Ann, 111, 477 Nowlin, Joseph Edwin, 92, 457 Nowlin, Katharine. Ill, 428 Nowlin, Paul David, 71 Nowlin, Robert Edger, 71 Nunn, Joseph Curtis, 137, 495 Nusch, Carol Cormack, 137, 472 Nutt, Betty Jane. 137, 472 Nutt, Peggy June, 137, 472 o Oakes, Patricia Kay, 71, 477 Oakley, Linda Sue, 138, 472 Obar, Billy Dean, 91, 438 Oberly, Tommie Ann, 111, 419 Odom, Linda Kathryn, 111 Odonnell, Pat Duane, 71 Offutt, Ella Victoria, 91 Ogden, Charles Edward, 91 Ogden, Mary Margaret, 138, 472 Ogden, Thomas Roy, 91 Oglesby, Dalmon Scott, 111 Oholendt, Rebecca L., 138, 486 Oishi, Isao, 138 Oishi, Tetsumi, 91, 499 Oldham, Sandra Jean, 11, 477 Oldner, Jane Puryear, 138, 472 Olin, Janice M., 138, 472 Oliver, Rinda B., 138, 472 Ollar, Paul Wayne, 91 Olson, Andrew F., 138 Olson, Susanna, 111, 423 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA, 404 Omohundro, Eva Sue, 138 Oneal, Gary Eugene, 91, 450 Oneal, James Edward, 138, 495 O’Neill, Michael Earl, 138, 509 O’Quinn, Michael V., 52 Orahood, John P., Ill Orange, Nannaie, 111 Oreilly, Linda, 138, 486 Orenbaun, William L., Ill Orr, Frances Ann, 72, 479 Orrick, David Lee, 138, 510 Orrick, Janice Velma, 138, 473 Orsini, David A., 72, 505 Osborn, Merrill Mack, 72 Osborne, Kenneth, 72, 450 Osborne, Robert Webb, 111, 447 Osburn, Carol Marie, 138 Ostegaard, Cheryl A., 138, 486 Oswalt, David Lynn, 138, 495 Ott, Fred Murry, 111, 497 Otwell, Richard Larry, 111, 501 Ousterhout, James B., 138, 510 Overstreet, Linda G., 53 Owen, Charles Ray, 92 Owen, James Carney, 138, 495 Owen, Ray, Jr., 92, 447 Owens, Brenda Sue, 138, 486 Owens, Charles B., 72, 453 Owens, Jerry Lynn, 72, 498 Owens, Sammy Lew, 72 Oyler, Jack Dindsey, 138, 510 Ozment, Jerry Don, 138, 510 P Pace, Johnnie Rebecca, 111, 479 Pack, Alan Dee, 111, 438 Paden, Richard S., Ill Page, Clyde Randolph, 111 Page, Walter A., 92, 497 Paine, Stephen Henry, 138, 495 Paladino, Danny Allan, 62 Palmer, Frederick, 138, 503 Palmer, Glennard Dean, 72, 501 Palmer, Larry James, 138, 510 Palmer, Russell Roy, 72 Palmer, Thomas S., 138, 453 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL, 434 Papageorge, Alexander, 138, 510 Papini, Penn Earl, 111 Pardo, Sofia, 92, 477 Parker, Billy Don, 72 Parker, Carl, 138, 458 Parker, Gary Odell, 138, 510 Parker, Harry, 138, 510 Parker, James Randall, 138, 495 Parker, James Robert, 138 Parker, Karolyn Kay, 111, 424 Parker, Richard B., 53 Parker, Samuel, 138. 495 Parker, Van Orlie, 138, 510 Parkhill, Betty Ruth, 111, 479 Parks, James Franklin, 111 Parlin, Edward, 72, 445 Parnell, Maka Ann, 92, 428 Parnham, Sandra Lea, 111, 489 Parris, Janee, 92, 489 Parrish, David Eugene, 138 Parson, Janice Lou, 138, 486 Parson, Jo Ellen, 111 Parson, Jane, 92, 482 Parsons, Harry Olin, 138, 437 Parsons, Orville, 72 Parson, Robert D., 72 Partin, Marcia Ann, 111, 477 Paschal, Paulena, 92, 419 Pate, Diana Marie, 111, 477 Patrick, Ronald Dean, 111 Patterson, Catherine, 138, 472 Patterson, Dennis, 72 Patterson, Joe Mac, 138, 510 Patterson, Theresa, 138, 486 Patterson, Thommie J., 138, 472 Patton, David, 138 Patton, Delmar Keith, 72 Patton, Diane Louise, 138, 472 Patton, Ollie J-ou, 92, 479 Paul, Earl Wilson, 72 Paul, Othelia Daniel, 53 Paulk, Jan Nugent, 72, 431 Payne, Rodger Alan. 138 Payne, Sharon, 72, 427 Peacock, Robert Max, 111, 447 Pearson, Jeffrey Lynn, 72 Pearson, Robert Duren, 92 Pebsworth, William, 138 Pederson, Loren, 92 Peek, Steven Parks, 138, 495 Pehosh, Michael, 92 Pellham, Galen Bonnis, 138, 510 Pellham, Marsha Gwen, 138, 472 Pelt, Jimmy Tom, 92 Pelton, Elizabeth Ann, 138, 486 Pemberton, John William, 72 Pemberton, Patsy Lou, 72 PEM CLUB, 407 Pender, Suzanne, 139, 486 Pendergraft, Mary Ann, 72, 486 Pendergrass, Lee, 111, 504 Pendergrass, Penny, 111, 477 Pendleton, Lawrence, 111 Penn, Jim Massey, 39 Penn, Joseph, 111, 503 Perdue, Martha Eunice, 92, 477 Perinar, Larry George, 139, 495 Perkins, James Edwin, 92, 498 Perry, Constance, 111, 477 Perry, James Robert. 72 Perry, Jerry Leslie,62 Perry, Phillip Andrews, 139, 445 Perry, Rosalie Sandra, 92 Perryman, Charles, 92 Person, Mary Adelaide, 139 Peterson, Bety Beth, 111, 428 Peterson, Patricia, 139, 472 Peterson, Victor Lee, 111, 503 Pettus, Ellis Lamar, 92. 503 Pfeiffer, Mary J., Ill, 432 Pharr, Lynda Dale, 111 Phelps, Frank, 72 Phelps, Judy Marie, 53 Phelps, Madeline Sue, 93, 419 Phifer, Dennis Ray, 139, 510 PHI DELTA THETA, 449 PHI ETA SIGMA, 406 Phillippy, Sid Fensen, 111 Phillips, Daniel Olen, 139, 505 Phillips, Don T., 53 Phillips, George W., Ill, 497 Phillips, Janet Sue, 111, 419 Phillips, Karen Ann, 129 Phillips, Larry David, 112, 437 Phillips, Mary Louise, 129, 486 Phillips, Lawana Sue, 112, PI BETA PHI, 431 PI KAPPA ALPHA, 450 Pickard, Joseph, 93 Pickens, Rebecca Jane, 112, 469 Pickering, Daniel, 72 Pickering, Judith Ann, 72 Pierce, James Steele, 112, 499 GOING HOG WILD FOR ARKANSAS City National Bank OF FORT SMITH 534 THE COVER FOR THE 1966 RAZORBACK Manufactured by THE S. 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The $25 million Southwest Experimental Fast Oxide Reactor project near Fayetteville, is just one of many research programs Southwestern is a part of FAYETTEVILLE and Southwestern Eleetr e Power Company SPRINGDALE An Investor-owned, Tax-Paying Company ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Downtown Fayetteville Piercy, Tommy Frank, 93 Pigg, Atha Lamar, 93 Piggee, Lester, 139, 495 Pike, Howard, 112 Pile, Camille, Lierly, 72 Pile, Karen Lee, 139, 472 Pile, Philip Harvey, 112 Pilkington, Edgar Lee, 72 Pillow, Larry Odus, 112, 479 Pinkerton, Ellen, 139, 486 Pinson, Jane Ellis, 73 Pinson, Sula Mae, 139, 472 Pintado, Dulane Barry, 139, 486 Piper, Mary, 139, 486 Pirtle, Woodrow, 73 Pittman, William, 112, 358 Pittman, William Ras, 112, 441 Place, Margie Lou, 73 Plafcan, Frank 139 Plant, Robert Dale, 139, 510 Pledger, Linda Joyce, 93, 477 Pledger, Mary Kay, 139, 472 Plumlee, Larry James, 93 Plummer, Gary Dale, 139, 462 Plummer, Jackie M., 73 Plunkett, Carolyn Sue, 139, 486 Plunkett, Harold, 93 Plunkett, Michael, 139, 495 Plunkett, William, 139, 441 Pockrus, Sulvia Patricia, 93, 427 Poe, John Nathan, 73 Poe, Richard Wagnon, 73 Poindexter, Larry, 93 Poindexter, Linda Mae, 139, 486 Polk, Anna Mae, 93, 431 Polk, Mary Kaye, 93, 479 Polk, William Allen, 112 Pollard, Garvis, 73, 153 Pollard, Jeanette, 139 Pollard, Malcolm. 139, 510 Pollard, Nancy, 139, 486 Polychron, Chris, 93, 457 Pomfret, Allison, 73, 423 Pomret, Cara Ann, 93, 477 Pomfret, Marguerite, 73, 423 Pond, Loretta, 73 Ponder, Gerald Ashton, 93, 457 Ponder, Truley, 73 Pool, Norman Dale, 93 Pool, Richard W„ 73 Poole, David Lee, 93 Poole, James Chris, 112, 464 Poore, Kenneth Wayne, 93 Pope, Frank, 53 Porta, Albert Frank, 112, 449 Porter, Delbert E., 73 Porter, John W., 93 Porter, Ronna Gay, 139, 486 Porter, Suzanne, 139, 472 Porter, Travis Ward, 112,495 Posey, Jerry Baker, 112, 510 Post, Jerry Clark, 73 Post, Larry Stephen, 112 Postlewate, Carl H., 93 Potter, Lawrence, 73 Potts, Marvin, 139, 510 Potts, Thomas Ray, 139, 510 Pound, Robert Arthur, 139, 510 Powell, Alma, 139, 510 Powell, Chayta Lynn, 112, 477 Powers, David Lee, 73 Powers, Joseph M., 139, 510 Powers, Lonnie Austin, 93, 501 Poynor, Nancy Anne, 139, 472 Ppool, Marla Ann, 139, 487 Prall, Linda Suzanne, 139, 487 Presser, Steve Lee, 73, 504 Prewitt, Claudius. 55 Price, Barrie Jo, 112, 489 Price, David William, 112, 501 Price, Dennis Carl, 139 Price, Gregory, 73 Price, Greta Olene, 139, 487 Price, Jack Neil, 93 Price, James Ray, 93 Price, Kathryn H., 93, 479 Price, Margaret Marie, 139, 487 Price, Timothy N„ 93, 497 Prichard. William. 112, 498 Priddy, David Lee. 139, 510 Priddv, Norman Buril, 53 Pride, Michael M., 93. 449 Priest, Pamala Sue, 139, 487 Priest, Walter Lipsey, 93, 457 Prince, Linda Maria, 112, 477 Pritchard, Dudley, 139, 461 Proctor, Richard Lee, 56 Proffitt, Ronnie Joe, 73 Proffitt, William S„ 73 Provin, Carole, 73 Provin, William, 73 Provine, Patricia, 93, 428 Pruitt, Evelyn Jo, 139, 487 Pryor, Jo Ann, 139, 487 Pryor, Marilyn Marie, 73, 431 Pugh, Evan Larry, 93, 454 Pugh, James Roy, 112, 461 Pullen, Donald Cue, 56 Pullen, Karen Ann, 73 Pullen, Rosemary, 112, 428 Pulliam, Janet, Lynn, 112, 423 Pultz, Anthony Frank, 93, 450 Pumphrey, Zemalynn, 139, 472 Purdom, Gary Burl, 140 Purdy, Darvin Ray, 73 Purdy, James A., 93 Purdy, Jane, 93 Purnell, John A., 73 Purselley, Mary E., 112 Purtle, Johnny Wesley, 112, 499 Purves, Bbrbara Lynne, 93, 420 Puryear, Samuel Scott, 140, 358 Pyle, David Eugene, 112, 496 Q Qualls, Johnnie, 140, 495 Querbes, Johnette, 140, 472 Quilty, Eddit, 112, 496 Quimby, Cecile, 93, 479 Quinn, John, 140, 495 R Raabe, Charles Oliver, 112 Raabe, John Milton, 73 Rabjohn, Homer Allan, 112 Rachel, Marcia Gray, 140, 487 Ragan, Sharon Harvie, 93 Ragland, Carl Edward. 113 Ragsdale, Ellen Ann, 73, 431 Rahm, William Tell, 73, 496 Raible, Francis John, 93 Railsback, Barbara L., 140, 473 Raines, Carol Jean, 140, 473 Rainwater, Ann, 140, 473 Rainwater, Bobby, 73 Rainwater, Gary Don, 73 Rakes, Thomas Denton, 93, 504 Ralston, Susan, 113, 432 Ramey, Glenda, 110 Ramey, Kendall, 140 Ramsey, Paul, 112, 505 Ramsey, Ethel, 140, 487 Ramsey, Ralph, 93, 454 Ramsey, Robert, 140, 505 Ramsey, Ronald, 93 Randle, Jo Lynn, 93, 479 Randle, Lea Christine, 140, 473 Rands, Sarah Martha, 112, 424 Ranglack, David, 112 Ransom, Dan Oscar, 73 Raper, Dwayne Angelo, 140, 462 Rather, George, 140, 462 Rauch, James O., 93 Rawlings, Patricia, 93, 428 Ray, Carolyn Ann, 93 Ray, Herbert Lynn, 56 Ray, Paul Richard, 73, 453 Rayburn, Virgil, 73, 462 Raymond, Alice Jo, 93 Raymond, Rosemary. 112 Rea, Charles Larry, 437 Read, Donna Jane, 93, 432 Reagor, Ben Franklin, 11, 453 Reasoner, Stephen, 73, 458 Reaves, Roy Allen, 56 Rebsamen, Cruitt Beem, 112, 447 Redding, Dana Kay, 93, 427 Redfearn, Jack Moore, 140, 495 Reding, David, 112, 449 Redwine, Denis Alan, 140, 495 Reece, Robert Eugene, 73 Reecer, Philip Earl. 112, 504 Reed, Edward Smith, 93, 449 Reed, Hollis Theodore, 112, 495 Reed, James David, 140, 438 Reed, John Lee, 93, 499 Reed, Juanita Gabbard, 73 Reed, Leonette, 140, 473 Reed, Lee Whitlow, 93 Reed, Margaret Long, 140, 473 Reed, Mary Lynne, 140 Reed, Robert Paul, 112, 510 Reed, Sharon Ann, 140, 473 Reed, Terry Glen, 140, 495 Reel, Duane Indra, 74 Reeves, Carole Ann, 140, 487 Reeves, Kathryn Anne, 140, 473 Reeves, Kenneth Ron, 140, 455 Reeves, Thomas, 56 Regan, George Douglas, 93 Reichardt, Carolyn, 112, 419 Reid, Gay Robin, 112, 479 Reif, Mark Randall, 93, 455 Reilly, Lawrence, 93, 453 Reinhardt, Charles, 112, 495 Reinhart, Bill, 93 Reinheimer, Judith, 74, 419 Relyea, John Franklin, 112, 495 Remagen, Lawrence D., 93 Remagen, Nancy Sue, 112 Renfro, Thomas Ray, 74 Renfrow, Phillip, 112 Renfrow, Roger Danial, 112, 510 Rennard, Donald Lewis, 112, 495 Renshaw, Donald Keith, 74 Rentfro, Caroll, 93 Reser, Robert Scott, 112, 463 Retrey, Gilbert Lee, 112 Reutzel, David Ernest, 112 Reynolds, Bonnie Lee, 93, 479 Reynolds, Dennis, 112, 496 Reynolds, Dina Carol. 74 Reynolds, James John, 74, 447 Reynolds, Margaret, 112, 487 Reynolds, Richard D., 56 Reynolds, Richard R., 94, 437 Reynolds, Sara Sue, 94, 427 Reynolds, William C., 112, 489 Rhew, Paul, 140, 510 Rhodes, Jane Carolyn, 94, 431 Rhodes, Jimmy Allen, 74 Rhodes, Jimmy Dale, 94 Rhodes, Landon, 140, 510 Rhodes, Mary, 112, 477 Rhodes, Robert, 74, 438 Rial, Kenneth, Wiley, 140, 510 Rice, Darrel Alan, 112, 501 Rice, Herschel, 112, 510 Rice, James Fred, 112 Rice, John Donham, 94, 450 Rice, Lisbeth Lee, 140, 487 Richards, Elizabeth, 112, 431 Richards, William C., 112, 449 Richardson, Cora Ann, 112, 477 Richardson, Jennifer, 140, 473 Richardson, Jimmy Kay, 140 Richmond, Charles, 140 Richter, Linda Kaye, 94, 482 Ricketts, Larry Dean, 140, 495 Ricks, John Leslie. 140, 461 Riddell, Darryl, 140, 510 Riddle, Roy Thomas, 140, 495 Ridenour, Garland, 56 Ridge, Gregory Allen, 140, 510 Rieke, Janet Jo, 140, 487 Riggs, Pamela Dee, 140, 487 Rike, Charlotte, 56 Riley, Barbara E., 74, 419 Riley, Doris Eliene, 140, 487 Ring, James Walter, 140 Ringler, Henry, 94 Rinie, Betty Jean, 94 Rinnie, Robert James, 141 Rippee, Robert, 74 Ripper, William, 112 Rippy, Darrell Victor, 94 Risher, Thomas, 112, 441 Risner, Noah Wayne, 112, 510 Ritchey, Cloyse, 94 Ritchie, Malcolm, 113, 441 Ritter, Mary, 141, 487 Rivers, Rebecca, 113, 427 Roach, Kathryne, 141, 487 Roark, David Owen, 74 Roark, Nancy Dianne, 141 Robason, Vivian Lee, 74 Robb, Beverly Ann, 113, 477 Robbins, Don James, 74, 503 Robbins, Frances. 74 Robbins, Gene, 113 Robbins, James, 74, 464 Robbins, Joseph Nevin, 74 Robbins, Raymond, 56 Robbins, Richard Earl, 94 Robbins, Wayne, 56 Ruberds, James, 74, 503 Roberson, Fred Owen, 141, 441 Roberts, Betty Lou, 113, 424 Roberts, Billie Ann, 94, 431 Roberts, David Alan, 141, 495 Roberts, Franklin, 74, 441 Roberts, Hunter Lee, 113, 453 Roberts, James Garry, 74 Roberts, Mary Owen, 141, 457 Roberts, Richard Lynn, 113, 497 Roberts, Roger Edward, 113 Roberts, Ronald Elon, 94 Roberts, Sarah Jane, 141 Roberts, Stephen, 113, 501 Roberts, Thomas Hays, 74, 499 Roberts, Willia, 94, 489 Robertson, Dennis, 141 Robertson, Glen Hiram, 113 Robertson, James M., 74, 503 Robertson, Kim, 113, 431 Robichaux, Yvonne, 141, 473 Robinette, Lillard, 141, 495 Robins, Susan, 113, 428 Robinson, Charles, 74 Robinson, Cooper, 141, 458 Robinson, Darrell, 113 Robinson, Gary Dean, 113, 501 Robinson, Lela Jean, 113, 419 Robinson, Janis Karen, 74 Robinson, Judith, 94, 431 Robinson, Randall, 74 Roden, Kenneth, 56 Rodgers, Clyde Tilden, 141, 458 Rodgers, Jane Ann, 141, 473 Roe, Helen Hackney, 74 Rogers, Charles, 74 Rogers, Gordon Gray, 113, 453 Rogers, Henry Lyle, 113, 455 Rogers, Henry N., 74, 450 Rogers, James Harold, 141, 510 Rogers, James William, 94 Rogers, Jimmie Neal, 53 Rogers, Judith Marie, 141, 487 Rogers, Lee, 56 Rogers, Leona Kate, 141, 487 Rogers, Nina Myrl, 141, 473 Rogers, Richard Louis, 74 Rogers, Ronald, 74 Rollins, Michael, 113, 461 Rolniak, Wallace, 141 Roofe, Dennis Ray, 141, 495 Roop, Donald William, 74 Root, Harriet, 113, 477 Root, Robert Slawson, 141 Roper, Bobby, 74, 505 Rorie, Frank Daniel, 74, 503 Rose, Carl Henry, 94, 453 Rose, Claude James, 94, 438 Rose, Deneice, 141, 473 Rose, Glenna Jane, 94, 419 Rose, Jannette, 94, 433 Rosenau, Paula Ann, 141, 473 Rosenberg, Stewart, 113 Ross, Billy Elbert, 74, 447 Ross, Edwin Lee, 74, 499 Ross, Larry Dean, 94 Ross, Mazie Sue, 94, 489 Ross, Geraldine Faye, 53 Ross, Rebecca Ann, 141, 487 Ross, Sherril Ann, 141, 487 Ross, Toni, 113, 489 Ross, William Michael, 141 510 Rotert, Gary Allen, 74 Roth, John Albert, 141 Roth, Nancy Viola, 477 Rothman, Michael Gene. 56 Rothrock, Ernest, 94 Rouse, Joe Philip, 94 Rousseau, Robin, 94 Rousseau, Stephens, 74 Rovner. Fred, 141, 495 Rowan, Mary Patricia, 94, 424 Rowe, Charles Clinton, 94 Rowe, Henry Moss, 74. 441 Rowe, John Henry, 113, 498 Rowland, Linda Lou, 94, 424 Rowland, Louis Neal, 141, 461 Rownak, John J., 113, 457 Roy, James, 113 Roy, William Max, 74 Royce, Shirley, 74, 419 Royston, Sharon, 74. 433 Rozell, Martha Lou, 74, 489 Rozelle, Ashley, 113. 447 Rubens, Kent, 113, 505 Rudder, David Patton, 113, 457 Ruddell, James Lloyd, 113, 499 Ruff, David Edward, 141, 510 Ruff. Tommy Lee, 141, 510 Ruffin. Judy Kay, 141, 487 Runyan, Charlotte, 74, 419 Runyan, Roy Leon, 74, 438 Rush, Donald Gene, 94 Rush, Lajuana June, 113, 477 Rusher, Albert, 141, 455 Russ, Mary Magdalene, 141, 487 Russell, Charles, 94, 437 Russell, James C„ 74 Russell, Judith, 141, 489 Russell, Roe Jeffery, 141, 495 Russell, William A., 74 Rutledge, Carll Thomas, 74 Rutledge, David Keith, 94, 495 Rutledge, Joyce, 113, 489 Ryan, Andrew, 141, 510 Ryan, Patricia Lee, 141, 473 Ryan, Robert Dale, 94 Ryles, Gary Wayne, 74 Ryles, John Arnold, 94, 496 S Saar, Michael Bruce, 113, 501 Sabbs, Jacquelyn, 141, 487 Sabbs, Paris, 113 Sabu, Dwarka Das, 53 Sacken, Thomas, 94, 495 Saenger, Leo, 74 Safford, David Landis, 141, 447 Safley, Judith Anne, 74 Sager, John Thomas, 74 Sain, Rita Jeanene, 141, 487 Sakata, Kenneth Iwao, 53 Sale, Susann, 74, 420 Sallee, Mary Ruth, 74 Salyars, Jaunita Sue, 74 Salzman, Michael Glen, 113, 510 Samons, Evelyn Sue, 94, 479 Sample, Amelia Ann, 74, 424 Sanderlin, Robert, 113, 498 Sanders, Johnny, 74 Sanders, George, 113 Sanders, J. Herman, 74 Sanders, James Marvin, 113, 441 Sanders, Jeffery, 141 Sanders, Sandra Beth, 94, 433 Sanders, Sandy Lee, 141, 433 Sanders, Ted Houston, 56 Sanders, Thomas, 74 Sandford, Tamsy, 141, 473 Sandine, Charles, 113, 496 Sands, Darry Gene, 141, 450 Saracino, Jay Dean, 113 Sauer, Nada Isabel, 53 Saulsbury, Stewart, 141, 510 Saunders, Bruce, 53 Saunders, Homer Lee, 53 Saunders, Victoria, 74, 131 Saunders, Victoria O., 74 Sava, Anthony Joseph, 74 Sava, Jean Elizabeth, 113 Savage, Catherine, 141 Savage, Sheri Lynne, 113, 479 Saxon, David Parke, 141, 510 Sbanotto, Elizabeth, 141 Scarborough, Jo Anne, 94 Scarborough, W. R. t 74 Schaap, Martha Irene, 113, 379 Scheer, Cloyce Wayne, 94, 510 Schell, Margaret Ann, 94, 487 Schell, Orville, 141, 510 Scherm, Charles, 141, 510 Scherrey, Paul, 141, 495 Schick, Patricia Ann, 141, 487 Schisler, Roger Dale, 94, 358 Schmidt, Ronald, 94 Schmitt, Wendi, 141, 487 Schneider, Duane, 53 Schneider, Wava Ann, 113 Schraplau, Robert, 94 Schroeder, Ernest, 74 Schrumpf, Linda, 141 Schultz, Philip, 141, 495 Schumacher, Thomas, 113 Schurmann, Raymond. 113 Schurfranz, Barbara, 53 Schwaller, Larry, 74 Schwarzlose, Carol, 141, 472 Schwieger, Jane, 94, 433 Scivally, Dan Riner, 74 Scobey, David Lee, 113, 458 Scott, Charles Martin, 74. 496 Scott, James Everett, 141, 495 Scott, John Walter, 141, 510 Scott, Jon David, 113 Scott, Joseph Vinson, 142, 510 Scott, Linda Gale, 113, 479 Scott, Lyndell, 74 Scott, Mary Anne, 141, 473 Scott, Robert Alfred, 141, 358 Scott, Sarah Lee, 94, 424 Scott, Veeta, 141, 473 Scott, Winfield, 141, 495 538 Scrape, Pamela Denise, 113, 428 Scriber, Ladd, 94 Scrivner, Terry Lee, 141, 510 Scroggin, Jon Jeffrey, 74, 453 Scroggin, Phyllis, 74, 424 Scrogham, Jefferson, 141, 495 Scrugg, Evelyn Kay, 141, 487 -cruggs, Joe Bartie, 141, 510 ■ cudder, David Martin, 74 seamon, Simone, 113, 433 Searcy, Rebecca, 94, 477 Searcy, William, 74, 501 Seawood, James Lenzie, 141 Seay, Allen, 141 Sedwick, Sally Payne, 141, 473 Seeger, William Mays, 141, 457 Seeman, John, 113 Seitz, Wanda Louise, 74, 479 Self, William David, 133, 505 Selig, Roman, 94 Sellers, John Allen, 74 Selman, James Dennis, 141, 495 Selph, Roger, 53 Serio, Robert, 95 Sessions, Michael, 113 Setser, Linda Jeanne, 113, 469 Setser, Ronald Lee, 53 Seward, Irwin John, 141, 510 Seymore, Bettye, 113, 477 Seymour, Cassandra, 113,428 Shane, Glenna Rebecca, 141, 473 Shannon, Gary Gene, 113 Shannon, John White, 95, 457 Shannon, Richard, 95, 457 Sharber, Harold Lee, 113, 497 Sharp, Barbara Jean, 141, 473 Sharp, James Donald, 76 Sharp, Kenneth Ray, 76 Sharp, Larry Ronald, 95 Sharp, Robert, 113, 501 Sharp, Wendell Doyce, 113, 503 Sharpe, Leslie Mary, 74, 477 Sharpe, Margaret, 95 489 Sharpe, Pamela. 141, 487 Sharpton, Wendell, 53 Sharrah, Paula June, 76 Sharum, Bernard, 73 Sharum, Julie Ann, 95, 428 Shaver, Dennis Ray, 113, 501 Shaw, Dennis Dean, 113,450 Shaw, Glenn Walter, 53 Shearer, Edmund Cook, 53 Sheddy, Robert, 95, 447 Sheetrum, Betty, 76 Shelby, Johnny Lee, 53 Shell, Lee Boyd. 95, 504 Shellara, Gregory, 141, 495 Shelton, Brenda Ruth, 141, 473 Shelton, Edward Earl, 76 Shelton, Frances, 76, 424 Shepherd, David Ersel, 141 Shepherd, Jon Riley, 141 Shepherd, Martha Jane, 113, 489 Sherland, Mary Sue, 95, 423 Sherrill, Huston, 76 Shields, Martha Lee, 76 Shields, Peggy Sue, 141, 473 Shields, William O., 141,453 Shinn, Dale, 53 Shipley, Jacqulyne, 76 Shipp, Ann, 76 Shiras, Edith, 113, 489 Shirkey, Michael, 141, 453 Shirley, Larry Joe, 141 Shively, Shari Lynn, 141. 473 Shiver, Harry Eugene, 141, 410 Shockey, John Paul, 53 Shoffner, Terry Wayne, 141, 510 Shollmier, Harold, 114, 449 Shook, John Harold, 53 Shoptaw, James Thomas, 114, 449 Short, Mary Virginia, 76, 431 Short, Nancy Louise, 141, 487 Shouse, Larry Wayne, 142, 495 Shultz, Billy Joe, 95 Shuman, Emaly Louise, 76, 441 Sick, Mary Kay, 53 Sickels, Thomas Wayne, 53 Siegler, Richard Earl, 95, 496 Siemon, Diana Lynn, 114, 469 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, 453 SIGMA CHI, 454 SIGMA NU, 456 SIGMA PHI EPSILON, 58 SIGMA PI, 461 Sigman, Garland, 114, 505 Sikes, James Barton, 56 Sikes, Judy, 95, 489 Silliman, Walter, 95, 496 Simmons, Don Lee, 53 Simons, Pamela Sue, 114, 433 Simpson, Charles, 76, 457 Simpson, Darrell, 141, 505 Simpson, Harrell, 53 Simpson, John Bennett, 114, 457 Simpson, Nancy, 114 Sims, Carol Ann, 114, 423 Sing, Joe Ping, 95, 461 Sing, Joe Vernon, 114, 461 Singleton, George, 95, 450 Singleton, Sharon, 142, 473 Siesemore, Patsie, 114 Sisson, Evelyn Irene, 76 Sistrunk, Laurence, 114 Sivage, Nita Darlene, 114 Skelton, Claude, 56 Skelton, Margaret Lee, 95 Skerczak, William, 95 Skillern, Laura Lee, 141 Skokos, Theodore, 114, 455 Skorupka, Joseph John. 141, 503 Slack, Steven Allen, 141, 461 Slape, Michael, 141 Slater, William, 114, 458 Slaven, Mary K., 95, 423 Slaven, Sara Margaret, 141 Slay, Julie Ann, 141 Slay, Robert Crawley, 141, 495 Slayden, Sally Lynn, 76, 423 Slayton, Jessie, 95 Sloan, Steven Rollin, 114, 503 Smalley, James Carl, 141 Smart, John Thomas, 76 Smead, William J., 95, 457 Smelser, Joe Howard, 114, 505 Smith, Bobby Lee, 53 Smith, Carolyn Diane, 141 Smith, Charles Allen, 141 Smith, Charles Randy, 114, 501 Smith, Chester Loy, 56 Smith, Deanna Elaine 141, 482 Smith, Dewitt, 141, 505 Smith, Diana Lolet, 95, 469 Smith, Dorothy Diane, 95, 424 Smith, Dwight Frank, 114 Smith, Earl Travis, 114 Smith, Gary Lynn, 141, 510 Smith, George, 141 Smith, Henry Thomas, 141 Smith, Jacqueline, 94, 423 Smith, James Howard, 56 Smith, James Hugh, 114 Smith, James Lee, 141, 495 Smith, John Charles, 141, 510 Smith, John Clarence, 94 Smith, John Kenyon, 76 Smith, Kathleen, 141, 473 Smith, Kenneth Robert, 53 Smith, Larry Britton, 114 Smith, Linda Earlene, 114, 482 Smith, Marsha K„ 114, 479 Smith, Myrtis, 141, 473 Smith, Naomi Faye, 76, 479 Smith, Neal Dewayne, 141, 495 Smith, Pamela, 141, 487 Smith, Raymond Lee, 94 Smith, Sandra E., 76, 423 Smith, Sandra Lynn, 114, 489 Smith, Sandra Mary, 76 Smith, Sharon Anne, 95, 428 Smith, Sharon E., 141, 473 Smith, Shirley K.. 141, 473 Smith, Stephen, W., 143, 510 Smith, Steven Lee, 143, 510 Smith, Terry Randal, 114, 457 Smith, Troy Faith, 94, 469 Smith, Walter Edward, 76 Smith, Warner Thomas, 94, 501 Smith, William Hix, 76 Smith, Winifred Floy, 114, 423 Smitherman, Sue, 76, 427 Smithwick, William, 114 Smoot, Ashley Anne, 143, 487 Smothermon, John L., 114, 447 Smreker, Joseph Young, 76 Professional Wrecking Service Fort Smith Smyer, Theodore, 143, 510 Snapp, Constance Lynn, 143, 473 Snawder, Eugene Hugh, 114, 501 Sneed, Fred Douglas, 94 Snell, John Edmund, 76 Snider, Janice Faye, 143 Snider, Mary E., 143, 473 Sniegock, Richard Ted, 114, 437 Snipes, Michael, 95 Snipes, Ruth Ann, 76 Snoderly, John Edward, 143, 442 Snodgrass, Larry, 143, 437 Snow, Carolyn, 143 Snow, Judy Gail, 143, 474 Snow, Sandra Lee, 114, 420 Snow, Sherry Ann, 143, 487 Snow, Tommy Joe, 143 Snyder, Neil, 114, 458 Sockwell, Patricia, 95, 433 Somers, George, 143 Sorrell, Elizabeth, 143, 474 Southerland, James, 143 Spann, Franklin Dee, 76 Spann, James Donald, 95 Spargo, Stephanie Fay, 143, 487 Sparks, Cheryl, 143, 474 Sparks, James E., 143, 510 Sparks, James Ira, 53 Sparrow, Gerald C., 94, 457 Spatz, David Moore, 143, 505 Speaker, David, 143, 461 Spearmon, Maribeth, 76, 428 Spears, Albert, 94 Spears, Jack, 114 Spears, Lucy Jane, 114 Spears, Milton Glen, 76 Spears, Roger Lee, 143, 495 Speights, Marvin R., 143, 505 Spencer, Frederick, 143, 453 Spencer, James V., 56 Spencer, Robert Glenn, 143, 510 Spencer, Sylvia Ann, 114, 489 Spillman, Richard A., 143, 510 Spitzer, Sidney, 143, 487 Spleth, Janice Sue, 94, 479 Spooner, Arthur E., 143 Spooner, Mary Alice, 76, 419 Spotts, Marilyn Jo. 94 540 Spratlin, W. A., 95, 495 Sprigg, Jay Rolens, 143, 495 Springfield, Carolyn, 143, 474 Spurlin, Marilyn, 114, 420 Spurlock, Luther, 114, 497 Spurlock, Richard, 76, 445 Stacey, Sandra Kay, 143, 474 Stacy, Felix, 114, 497 Staerkel, Mark Andrew, 114 Staggs, Eva Jan, 114 Stalcup, Thomas, 143 Standlee, Beverly Sue, 143, 474 Standlee, Billy Glenn, 143, 495 Standridge, James, 95 Stanfield, Pau, 114, 495 Stanford, Sheryl Ann, 143, 487 Stanger, Purcella Lea, 114, 427 Stanley, Joe Hopkins, 114, 453 Stanley, Lynne Ellen, 114, 428 Starling, Uevonne, 143, 482 Starnes, Katherine, 143, 487 Startzel, Susan, 143, 487 Stauffer, Karl, 143 Steel, Betty, 95, 424 Steele, Susan Marie, 114, 423 Steele, William P., 76 Stegall, Terry Reed, 143, 501 Steigler, Barbara D., 114, 431 Stephens, Bennie, 143, 510 Stephens, Edith, 143 Stephens, Gary Kent, 76 Stephens, Gary Lynn, 143, 505 Stephens, Jimmy Don, 76 Stephens, Mary Gail, 114, 427 Stephens, Patricia, 143, 474 Stephens, Ralph Arden, 143, 495 Stephens, Robert C., 143, 510 Stephens, Terry Lee, 143 Steplock, Marilyn, 76. 477 Stevens, Betty, 76, 489 Stevens, Jacqueline, 76, 479 Stevens, John Madison, 143, 510 Stevens, Marilyn, 76 Stevens, Marilyn Kay, 76, 469 Stevenson, Mark, 143, 510 Stevenson, Rebecca, 114, 477 Stevenson, Sara Ann, 114 Steward, Dana Fowler, 53 Steward, William, 76 Stewart, Clyde, 76 Stewart, David Alan, 56 Stewart, Elizabeth, 143, 489 Stewart, J. W„ 53 Stewart, Janet, 95, 427 Stewart, Martha, 76, 477 Stewart, Michael, 95 Stewart, Terry Thomas, 143, 505 Stewman, Helen, 143 Stewman, Sam Joe, 53 Stice, Patricia, 76 Stiff, David C., 114 Stifter, Louis, 143, 495 Stiles, John William, 95 Stinson, John M., 95, 455 Stobaugh, Margaret, 95, 479 Stobaugh, Suzanne, 76, 428 Stocker, Mary Eleanor, 143, 474 Stocker, Nan, 114, 479 Stockslager, Thomas, 114 Stoddard, Mary E., 76 Stoia, Peggy Lee, 143, 474 Stokes, Elbert, 114, 447 Stokes, James Guy, 95 Stolfi, Larrie Dean, 114 Stoll, Patricia Marie, 114, 477 Stoll, William Herman, 76 Stone, Frey Wyatt, 143, 495 Stone, John Edward, 143 Stone, Linda Gail, 95. 479 Stone, Ronald Joe, 143, 461 Storck, Marlys Ann, 143, 487 Storey, Stephen P., 95. 447 Storey, Steven Rickey, 114 Storm, Thomas Kenneth, 143, 510 Stormzand, John M., 143, 495 Stosberg, Sondra Sue, 95 Stouffer, Linda E., 143 Straight. Jack Ray, 143 Straight. Gail Adams, 143 Strickland, Ronald D., 114 438 Stringer, Freddie, 114 Stroope, Cecilia Kay, 143, 474 Stroud, Michael, 143, 510 Stroud, Oman Lonnie, 143 Struebing, Denajo, 143 Strunk, Nancy Gene, 143, 487 Stuart, Clyde A., 53 Stuart, Linda Louise, 95, 427 Stuart, Virgil, 76 Stubblefield, C. R., 114,437 Stubblefield, William, 143, 495 Stubbs, Gary Lee, 143, 495 Stubbs, William, 95, 437 SNEA, 410 Stumpf, James Joseph, 56 Sturdivant, Bruce A., 143, 511 Sturdivant, Edward, 114 Sturdivant, Sunny Lee, 143, 487 Sturgis, Floyd Andrew, 95 Styles, Herman, 143, 495 Suber, Ronald Gene, 143, 495 Sublett, Debara Gale, 143, 487 Suddarth, Fred, 143, 495 Suffridge, Catherine, 114, 424 Sugg, Charles Forrest, 76 Suggs, Kenneth, 114 Suitt, Anita Diane, 114, 428 Suitt, Bobby D., 76 Sullenberger, Lance, 76 Sullins, Thomas Neal, 143, 457 Sullivan, John Gregg, 115, 463 Summers, Robert Allen, 143, 511 Summerville, W. D., 115, 447 Sumner, Elizabeth, 143, 474 Sumner, James Warren, 143, 495 Sunderlin, Inger, 479 Sutoris, Richard, 76, 463 Sutterfield, Cecil, 143, 511 Suneblick, Stephen, 56 Swain, Jerry Tucker, 53 Swann, Phillip, 115, 458 Swearingen. Walter. 95 Swedburg, Kenner, 53 Sweet, Brenda Lee, 95, 423 Swift, John, 95 Swindle, Benny Edgar, 56 Switzer, Bruce, 56 Sydoriak, Diane, 115, 477 Sykes, David, 115, 453 Sykes, James Arnold, 96 Sykes, James D., yb, 495 Szafir, Leslie Ann, 143, 474 T Tacker, Phyllis Kay, 115, 477 Tackett, Edward O., Jr., 115 Tackett, Russell Fay, 144 Taff, Kenneth Lee, 115 Taggart, Gary Edwin, 77 Talbert, Janice Marie, 115, 427 Taliaferro, Bruce, 143 Talley, David Hugh, 143, 511 Tanner, James Jerrel, 115 Tarkington, Anna Lynn. 95 Tarpley, Gary Edwin, 144, 495 Tarvin, Patricia, 95, 428 Tate, Philip Allan, 115 Tatman, Sharon, 115, 428 Tatum, Allyn Carr, 77 Tatum, Eddie Roy, 77 Tatum, Gail, Franklin, 489 Tatum, John Thomas, 56 TAU BETA PI, 412 TAU KAPPA EPSILON, 462 Taylor, Becky Lou, 144, 487 Taylor, Carol Ann, 155, 477 Taylor, Carol Lynn, 77, 428 Taylor, David Strong, 77 Taylor, Emma Joyce, 144, 474 Taylor, Harve, 77 Taylor, Jimmie Ray, 95 Taylor, Margaret Kay, 144, 487 Taylor, Marilyn Gayle, 144 Taylor, Marsha Faye, 115, 489 Taylor, Mary Lois, 95, 489 Taylor. Priscilla, 77, 428 Taylor, Robert Gordon, 77 Taylor, Ronald Stuart, 144, 495 Taylor, Sterline, 144 Taylor, Thomas Mills, 115 Taylor, Toni Ann, 144, 474 Taylor, Wilma Jean, 95 Teague, Don Paul, 95 Teague, Kenny Morris, 95 Teadford, Jimmy Walker, 144, 495 Teeter, Ronald, 77 Teigen, James A., 115 Teller, Susan Kaye, 144, 487 Temple, Carla, 144, 474 Temple, Kay, 144, 474 Temple, Lois Lynn, 77, 419 Templeton, Howard, 56 Tennant, Vanzetta, 144 Tenney, George, 77, 441 Terrell, Dixie Carol, 115, 431 Terrell, James Graham, 144, 495 Terry, Carolyn Gayle, 144, 487 Thane, John Wirt, 95, 457 Tharel, Janice Lynn, 144 Thetcher, Robert D., 144, 505 THETA TAU, 464 Thielemier, Patricia, 144, 474 Thomas, Albert Lloyd, 77 Thomas, Gene Irvin, 115 Thomas, Joel L., 95 Thomas, John Fuller, 95 Thomas, June, 115, 479 Thomas, Lawrence, 78 Thomas, Mitchell Reed, 144, 495 Thomas, Scott, 115 Thompson, Carol Jean, 144, 487 Thompson, Celia Janet, 144, 487 Thompson, Connie Jean, 115 Thompson, David, 95 Thompson, Edward, 144, 511 Thompson, George, 145, 495 Thompson, Jack, 95 Thompson, Jon Brent, 78 Thompson, Mary Reid. 145 Thompson, Randall, 115, 511 Thompson, Robert, 144, 495 Thompson, Rodney, 144, 495 Thompson, Scott, 115 Thompson, Sharon, 144, 487 Thompson, Terence, 144, 477 Thompson, Thomas Alva, 144, 453 Thompson, Verl, 78 Thompson, Winfred Lee, 95 Thomson, Gerald Brian, 144 511 Thrash, Vicky Lea, 115 Thrasher, Rebecca, 144 Threlkeld, Ruby Nell, 96 Thurlby, William, 78 Through education, expansion of agriculture and industry and renewed hope and faith in our future, ARKANSAS MOVES FORWARD. Arkhola has used these principles for many years and pledges to move, and help Arkansas move steadily forward. " WE BELIEVE IN ARKANSAS " ARKHOLA SAND GRAVEL CO. Fayetteville, Ark. Fort Smith, Ark. El Dorado, Ark. Springdale, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Van Buren, Ark. Fort Gibson, Okla. Rogers, Ark. Pine Bluff, Ark. Muskogee, Okla. 541 Tilley, Suzanne, 78 Timmerman, William, 145, 511 Titus, William E., 96 Todd, George Raymond, 96, 442 Tollett, Edward, 96 Tomasich, Ronald, 145, 511 Tomlinson, Billy, 145, 511 Tomlinson, Larry Dean, 145 Toms, Barbara Lee, 145 Tonar, Robert William, 145 Tonne, Peggie Jean, 145 Toombs, George, 115, 499 Topliff, Marguerite, 145, 487 Torok, Mary Margaret, 115, 479 Townsend, Laurel, 96 Townsend, Linda Joyce, 145, 475 Townsend, Robert, 78 Trammell, Dawn Marie, 96, 420 Trammell, Jimmy, 145, 511 Trammell, Sally, 115, 479 Trantham, Tommy Gale, 96, 505 Tranum, Mary Alice, 78, 420 Treadway, Ronald, 115, 498 Treat, Donna Jean, 145, 487 Treece, Ellen Diane, 96 Tremble, Barbara Ann, 96, 431 Tremble, Nancy Lee, 115, 431 Trice, Edward Duke, 145, 495 Tric e, W r illiam, 115 Trieschmann, James S., 78 Trimble, Phillip Ray, 145, 495 Trinco, Dianne Grace, 145, 487 Troeger, Robert, 115 Truax, Donna Rae, 78 Trudeau, James A., 78 Trudell, Michael, 78 Tuck, Theresa Marie, 96, 431 Tucker, Cecil Ray, 78, 441 Tucker, Donald Bryan, 145, 495 Tucker, Donald Bryan, 145 Tucker, Gerald Wayne, 115 Tucker, Virginia, 78 Tucker, William H., 145 Tudor, James Patrick, 115, 511 Tugwell, Donnie Royce, 145, 511 Tullis, Denzil, 145, 511 Tune, Ryall Smith, 145, 447 Turley, Glenna Rae, 115, 427 Turner, Charles, 115 Turner, Irvin Joe, 78 Turner, John Stanley, 145, 457 Turner, Lawson, 145, 455 Turner, Nancy Jane, 96 Turner, Nancy R., 78, 482 Turner, Richard Ellis, 145, 511 Turner, Stephen Craig, 115, 445 Turner, Terry Joseph, 145, 445 Turney, David Loy, 78 Turnipseed, 96 Turo, Matthew Dennis, 145, 511 Tutt, Linda Ann, 78, 420 Tweedle, Joe Charles, 145 Tyler, Byron Drew, 115, 495 Tyrone, David Eaton, 115, 447 u Udouj, Anne Frances, 145, 474 Udouj, Stephen, 145, 495 Umsted, Jim, 78 Updike, Linda Kathryn, 115, 427 Upshaw, Lynda Kaye, 115, 469 Ussery, Gary Lynn, 145, 495 Utley, Michael Edward, 145, 455 Utter, Layman Ray, 96 y Van Buskirk, Ronald, 115 Van Dalsem, Carol, 96, 424 Van Dalsem, Paul, 145, 445 Van Horn, Robert, 145, 495 Vance, Carol Irene, 145, 474 Vance, Marsha Ellen, 96, 427 Vanceuren, Helen, 145, 474 Vandiver, Patricia Kay, 115 Varnadore, Donald, 145, 511 Vaughn, Christina Joy, 145 Vawter, Elizabeth, 145, 474 Vawter, James B., 96 Vehik, Mart, 56 Vernon, Bill Alan, 115 Vester, David, 96 Vick, Kent Alan, 78 Vicker, Margi Roy, 78, 424 Vincent, Vicky, 145, 474 Vines, Dwight T., 116, 503 Vizzier, Dorwan, Gene, 116 Volpert, John Henry, 78 Vratsinas, Gus, 78 w Waddell, Nancy Ann, 53 Wade, Keith Michael, 145, 463 Wages, Joseph, 96 Wagner, Charles, 145 Wagoner, William, 96, 450 Walden, Rebecca Ann, 116, 469 Waldrip, Deanna Karen, 96, 469 Walk, Susan Elaine, 116, 423 Walker, Darrell Wayne, 78 Walker, Edwin B„ 116, 455 Walker, Gary Adrian, 116 Walker, George Thomas, 145, 495 Walker, Lary Rodney, 116, 511 Walker, Linda Kathryn, 116, 428 Walker, Loyd Warren, 78 Walker, William T., 145 Wallace, Barney E., 489 Wallace, Thomas, 116, 455 Wallis, Reta, 116, 433 Walls, Charles Albert, 116, 445 Walsh, James Caphos, 96 Walsh, Pamela Sue, 116 Walters, William, 79 Walton, Kathy Susan, 116 Wanjari, Manohar, 54 Ward, Charles Keith, 145 Ward, Hubert Lee, 116 Ward, James William, 141, 447 Ward, Susan Kay, 145, 474 Warden, Leonard G., 145 Ware, Carolyn Jo, 116, 469 Ware, Jane Lee, 96, 419 Warlick, James Mack, 116, 495 Warnock, Carol, 96, 420 Warnock, Gerald Wayne, 145 Warren, Dale Allen, 96 Warren, Sandra, 145, 474 Waters, Carolyn Anne, 145, 474 Watkins, Harold, 78 Watkins, Jean, 87 Watkins, John William, 116 Watkins, John Gibson, 145 Watkins, Larry, 96, 505 Watkins, Phyllis, 116, 427 Watson, Diana Gene, 96 Watson, Don Wilbur, 145 Watson, Dudley, 145, 494 Watson, Robert, 145 Watson, Virginia, 96 Watts, James Duke, 116 Watts, Ronnie Paul, 145 Waymire, Harold, 96 Weaver, George T., 96, 453 Webb, James Travis, 96 Webb, Lewis Ann, 78, 477 Webb, Linda Carol, 145, 487 Webb, Paul, 116, 450 Webb, Verna Mae, 78, 479 Weddle, Sherry, 116 Weir, Sharon Diane, 96 Weir, Ted Richard, 145 Welch, Jerry, 78 Wellborn, Amanda Jane, 96, 487 Wellborn, Robert, 145 Wellhausen, Linda J., 145 Wennerstrom, David, 96 West, Melvis Clyde, 145, 511 Westbrook, Alyce, 96 Westbrook, James L., 116 Westbrook, Owen, 145, 495 Westerman, Charlie, 53 Westfall, Norma Rose, 96 Westmoreland, Frances, 145, 487 Westmoreland, Linda, 96, 477 Westmoreland, Valda, 145, 487 Wewers, Jacqueline, 78 Whalen, Mary, 78, 428 Whatley, Otis, 166 Wheeler, John Wesley, 116, 499 Wheeler, Robert, 78 Whillock, Deborah Ann, 116 Willock, Kenneth, 116 White, Billy Eugene, 53 White, Beverly Ann, 116, 428 White, David Swan, 116, 499 White, Jerry Allen, 96 White, Robert Ragon, 145, 495 White, Ruth Payne, 54 White, Vicki, 145, 487 Whitelaw, Bruce McNie, 166, 498 Whiteaker, Janis, 145, 487 Whitley, Charles, 166, 445 Whitten, Carol, 166, 433 Whittle, James Louis, 166, 495 Whitworth, Jerry Lee, 78 Wickard, Mary Jane, 116, 423 Widder, David Roland, 145 Widmer, Susan, 116 Wiese, Margaret Ann, 96, 431 Wiggins, Edward, 116, 511 Wilber, Mickey Bob, 96, 438 Wildy, Dixie Leigh, 145, 487 Wilkerson, Leonard, 53 Wilkins, Betty Jo, 145, 474 Wilkinson, Jane Ann, 96 Will, Kenneth, 145, 495 Williams, Alan, 78 Williams, Arthur, 78 Williams, Bruce Owen, 78 Williams, Charles, 80, 511 Williams, Dan, 53 Williams, Elsie Kay, 145, 474 Williams, Floyd Lee, 116 Williams, Jack M., 53 Williams, James, 145, 511 Williams, Janice Lee, 116, 419 Williams, Jerry, 145, 495 Williams, Jim Ward, 78 Williams, Jimmy Lee, 78, 442 Williams, Judith Ann, 145, 474 Williams, Karen Kay, 116 Williams, Mary Jane, 116, 489 Williams, Nolan, 145, 511 Williams, Robert, 166, 499 Williams, Sarah, 424 Williams, William B., 145, 495 Williams, William T., 145, 511 Williamson, Gary Lee, 96, 499 Williamson, Sara Eeth, 145, 474 Williford, Judy Marie, 80 Willis, Linda Ann, 145, 479 Willis, Robert, 96 Wills, Millicent Ann, 96, 479 Willson, Walter, 80 Wilshire, Eugene, 96 Wilson, Barbara G., 53 Wilson, David Jack, 96, 447 Wilson, Clyde John, 116 Wilson, David Jack, 96, 447 Wilson, Dorothy Burke, 53 Wilson, George N., 56 Wilson, Jackie Carol, 116 Wilson, Jacqueline, 90, 427 Wilson, James Curtis, 116, 503 Wilson, Kathryn P., 116, 487 Wilson, Mary E., 145, 487 Wilson, Michael K., 56 Wilson, Paula Ann, 96 Wilson, Robert Glen, 145, 495 Wilson, Robert Kelly, 148, 495 Wilson, Thomas Henry, 53 Wilson, Timothy Dale, 148 Wilson, Will, Nathan, 148, 505 Wimberly, Fred Ervan, 96 Wininger, Alice Ann, 148, 474 Wisener, Sharon Leann, 96, 479 Witherington, Bobby, 96 Witherington, D. Lynn, 96 Withers, Larry E., 503 Witherspoon, Karen, 148 Wittig, Craig, 116 Witwicke, Donna, 148, 487 Wokaty, Sue Elizabeth, 148, 487 Wolfingbarger, Karen, 116, 479 Womble, James, 78, 464 Wood, Barbara Jean, 96 Wood, Harrell, 116 Wood, Jack Neal, 56 Wood, Joe Mike, 116, 455 Wood, John Steven, 116, 450 Wood, Larry Wade, 116 Wood, Linda Lou, 148, 487 Wood, Mark Wayne, 90 Wood, Michael Randy, 116 Wood, Nancy Louise, 80 Wood, Susan Permelia, 148, 474 Wood, Wendy, 116, 420 Woodell, Billie Diane, 148, 487 Woodruff, Arlon, 148, 495 Woodruff, Gary, 148 Woodruff, John, 80 Woods, Alice Faye, 116 Woods, Nancy Ellen, 96, 469 Woods, Shelby Vaught, 80 Woodson, Joseph, 80 Woodson, Thomas Edwin, 116 Woody, Peggy Ann, 474 Woody, Timothy Joel. 80 Woolly, Carol Jean, 80 Wooten, William, 148, 495 Works, Kay Haltom, 116,427 Wormington, Cassandra, 145. 474 Worrell, Cynthia, 80, 479 Wortz, Carolyn, 96, 431 Worthy, Terry Eileen, 80, 420 Worthen, Katharine, 80 Wray, Juanit, Michele, 148 Wright, Carole, 116, 489 Wright, Emma Lee, 148, 474 Wright, Larry John, 116 Wright, Lonnie Fred, 96 Wright, Mary Annette, 116, 427 Wright, Stewart, 53 Wuest, Carol Yvonne, 116, 420 Wuest, Catherine, 80, 420 Wyatt, John Robert, 80,499 Wylie, William S., 96 Y Yancey, David Kennedy, 148, 449 Yancey, Frances Ann, 80, 419 Yancey, Helen, 80 Yarbrough, Merry June, 80 Yeager, Howard, 56 Yedlick, Karen Adele, 148 Yerton, Charles, 148 Yerton, Rober Dale, 148, 438 York, Janelle, 148, 487 YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB, 414 Young, Freddie Lee, 96 Young, Garland, 116 Young, Jean Ethel, 80 YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB, 415 Younkin, Linda Diane, 116 Younkin, Susan Lee, 116 Yum, May Gene, 87, 148 Z Zaccardi, Stephen, 80, 457 Zaffater, Carol, 90, 433 Zander, Paul, 148, 511 Zatorski, Robert, 148, 511 Zawislak, Albert, 116 Zeltner, William, 148 ZETA TAU ALPHA, 432 Z eigler, Brenda, 116, 433 Zieman, Charles, 148 Zimmerman, Roger, 116 Zimpel, Jean Louise, 80, 419 Ziser, Diana Lee, 148 Zullo, Mary Jo, 489 542 The View From My Window The view from my window has been colored by exuberance then crushing despair and disappointment. One cannot live with this damn book for nine months and not run the gambit of emotions. There are many good things about the University which has passed by this window during the year. This book tries to dipict all of them — good and bad. We have worked for an All-American book, the highest award for yearbooks. We wouldn’t be worthy of the University if we didn’t try. However, the criteria for an All-American book is in some ways irreconcil¬ able with RAZORBACK tradition. In those cases we have kept the tradition but have done it in the best manner possible. Pleasing the student body was our main concern. This year has been a controversial year for the RAZORBACK though very few students know it. The present editor was appointed on September 1 after Sam Yager was removed under that sometimes-enforced rule about grade point. If you happen to be a friend of the administration or live in certain houses, that is one rule you need never worry about — you either won’t be reported or you can certainly make it past the University petitions committee. A major policy change by the Board of Publications was also made. The RAZORBACK has gone in the hole for the past several years and at an increasing rate. This year’s book will also go in the hole, but not as much as the normal rise from year to year. This deficit comes from the University failing to meet its committment on funds for the book. They did come up with an allocation increase of $3,000 over last year. However, just the normal rise in cost was over $5,000 more than last year. Several plans were offered during the year, includ¬ ing the student activity fee idea presented at the end of the year. The problem with all these ideas was that they involved the student body and its organi¬ zations bailing the RAZORBACK out of debt. This let the University completely off the hook. Pressure was put upon the Board to do something about the mount¬ ing deficit. It was decided to go along with Bill Ebbert’s idea of selling the RAZORBACK to state businessmen and student’s parents. The problem with that is that it isn’t a lasting improvement — he is the only editor that will want to spend his summer traveling the state to sell this damn book. Besides, who relishes the idea of having MORE mammas and pappas seeing all the ‘bad’ things that go on at the big U and causing more rules to be passed? (I also can’t imagine the administration wanting the people of the state to see them subjected to some of the scorn, most of it justi¬ fied, that is found in the RAZORBACK each year.) Several things are needed. But these need to be lasting improvements. The book should break even and not make money — that would violate what it is. The University allotment to the RAZORBACK needs to be set at a certain amount for each student, say $3.50, and kept that way every year — this will take care of the increase in enrollment. Certain sections, such as organizations, dorms, Greeks and admini¬ stration, need to be streamlined to take up less room and cost less money. Reforms need to be made in the photography department so as to save money. But enou gh about technical aspects of the RAZOR- BACK. It is a complex, $55,000 book, and ‘that damn book’ is an apt term, maybe even an endearing term. At least, the greatest emotion viewed from this window was the relief of the editor when the last page was finished. Editors have said it in the past, and I can under¬ stand why — this book at its worst is better than 99% of the best of other yearbooks. And the main reason for this is that this book is you, the students at the University. Though you make fun of the school, and many things about it are ridiculously funny; though you criticize it, and it needs much more con¬ structive criticism — this University, because of you, is one of the most thrilling, exciting and interesting universities in the nation. RAZORBACKS of the past have reflected this, hopefully this one will too. A tremendous staff of loyal workers, whom I have already mentioned in the publications section, really made this book possible. The editor started with noth¬ ing — really nothing. Hard work and devotion from those who stayed around to see it finished pulled the book out of the fire. Sylvia Spencer even gave up her spring vacation to stay around and help. There are no enemies that are worth talking about now — its only surprising how little they matter now that the whole thing is over. There are only friends made in the course of one hell of a year. Certain people helped the editor personally and made his work possible — Ronnie Robinson (who started the whole thing), Jerry Lineberger and family, Jim Lindsey, Father Johnson, Pete and Shag Shields and Cheri Moore. This book is you — take a long look at yourself. 543 This is the camera that made all the pictures for the RAZOR- BACK, good and bad; the book, one of the many I didn’t open and my empty chair in the library. Michael Barkley 544


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