University of Arkansas Fayetteville - Razorback Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)
- Class of 1975
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At KATV Bud was host of the Frank Broyles Show and Arkansas Scouting Report and was well known for sports features such as the Southwest Conference Tour, Coaches Golf Tournament and Arkansas Traveler Baseball Games. Bud was play-by-play announcer for the Arkansas Foot¬ ball Network and was voted by his peers this past year as Arkan¬ sas Sportscaster of the Year for the ninth time. He was known by all as " The Voice of the Razorbacks. " In 1968, Bud was selected by ABC as one of their regional football announcers on NCAA Football. He did play-by-play of several Network games, national telecasts, and two pre-season games in pro-football. In 1971, Mr. Campbell was selected as State Chairman for the Arkansas Cancer Society and was very active in other community organizations. This fall Bud Campbell lost his life in a tragic automobile accident in Little Rock. Arkansas Sports and the entire nation have suffered a tremendous loss in the death of Mr. Campbell. ' Vi ' Vi f J A ff f i ■ Muy - 4 [if hi ' V ii hi l i A A if mdM r I; - ' 1 Sit?-’ iv • VJ Jr f V -VvV ' J( Op i ' ’ |w imfjjl a , g| 1 V g •i ||wmp .re7 i 1 ® i June Summer School started. Uof A summer workshop presented The Hollow Crown. Summer orientation got into full swing in Pomfret. The Traveler started summer publication for the first time in years. The Albert Pike School was removed from the UofA campus. It was evident that it was going to be a long, long summer. 28 July The Psychology Department received accreditation for its doctoral program for three years instead of five. Dr. Charles Edwin Bishop accepted the UofA presi¬ dency. The Best of Broadway was presented by the UofA sum¬ mer workshop. Miss UofA, Fenner Upchurch, was in the top ten of the Miss Arkansas pageant and won the watermelon seed spitting contest. Summer twirling workshop and Band Camp were spon¬ sored by the Band Department. 29 August George Cole field was completed. ICF Cheerleader Camp hit the UofA campus with thousands of screaming teenagers. The Physics Department sponsored the third annual student science training program. IFC rush was successful and loud. Fayetteville ' s population started to pick up. Registration — fun! 30 September ASG vice-president failed to register for the fall term; the position was never filled. Public Safety announced new traffic rules. Union Week was topped off by a bicycle rally. The Razorbacks defeated USC 22-7, and Dennis Winston was named National Lineman of the Week. The UofA named their first human relations director. President Bishop held his first of many dialogues with students, faculty and staff. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Michael Murphy performed at Barnhill. Student Senate passed a resolution condemning Presi¬ dent Ford ' s pardon of ex-president Richard Nixon. UofA enrollment hit a record high. A rise in theatre prices prompted a student boycott that lasted one day; the prices went down — some. Marshall Tucker and J. J. Cale performed to a wild crowd at Barnhill. 31 October Flames destroyed the Lafayette house. Obscene language printed in the Traveler drew criticism from students, state legislators and the Board of Publi¬ cations. Sigma Nu and Sadie rode again. Reader ' s Theatre presented Will Rogers. Bud Campbell, the " Voice of the Razorbacks " , died in a car accident on Rodney Parham Road in Little Rock. Dave Woodman, former Channel 4 Sports Director, filled the vacancy. Wattstax and Sleuth were shown at the Union theatre. A speed radar was established under the tunnel of the Union. Gene Roddenberry, creator of " Star Trek " , spoke to capacity crowds in the Union ballroom. President Bishop abolished a $50 parkin g fee for dis¬ abled students. Texas Week came and left without any knowing it. Dinah Gail Gant was crowned Miss B.A.D. and re¬ ceived the Miss Congeniality Award. The Drama Department drew standing-room-only crowds with Marat Sade. 32 November Only a few were aware of Environmental Awareness Week. The tempting Temptations performed at Barnhill. Kim Crank, Pi Beta Phi, was named homecoming Queen. The board of trustees approved plans for revamping Barnhill. Singfony was held in the Union. Dave Baer resigned as editor of the Traveler, and Over- tis Hicks resigned as associate editor. IFC refused to reinstate Tau Kappa Epsilon on campus. AWS and BAD sponsored an appearance by Congress- woman Shirley Chisholm. June Ford, Tri Delt, was named Miss Sorority Pledge Queen. Thanksgiving " rounded out " the month. The Flower Man, Hugh Holland, died at age 84 in a local hospital. Casino Carnival was sponsored by RHA. 33 December The Rainmaker was presented by the Drama Depart¬ ment. Omega Psi Phi became the first black fraternity at the UofA. Larry Graves was hired as editor of the Traveler for the remainder of the school year. The Tommy Dorsey Band treated students and area fans to an evening of Big Band music and dancing. UofA journalism Press Club received a charter for a student chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. Finals, Finals, Finals. Holidays and semester break vacation. 34 January Registration — again. Classes, new books, zero bank balances. A basketball pep rally (a rarity) was planned, and no¬ body showed up. The Razorbacks beat Texas Tech, shocking conference opponents. Eddie Sutton and basketball gained popu¬ larity around the state. Panhellenic rush began. Six Razorback Beauties were selected by the yearbook staff. Thirty-five UofA students were named to Who ' s Who. Happy Birthday, Wanda June was presented at the Un¬ ion. The board of trustees extended closing hours for wom¬ en ' s dorms. A tribute was sponsored by Black Americans for De¬ mocracy on the birthday of the late Dr. Martin Luther King. Last Tango in Paris was shown to a packed house in the Union theatre. 35 February Snow came to Northwest Arkansas, closing classes for the third time in the U of A ' s history. Women in Motion was the theme of Women ' s Week. ASG allocations hassle began. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity began colonization on the U of A campus. Jerry Jeff Walker and the Ozark Mountain Daredevils performed at Barnhill. The annual weekend migration to Hot Springs for the races began. Dr. Charles Bishop invested as president of the Univer¬ sity in ceremonies at Little Rock. 36 March Rush parties started. Julian Bond, candidate for president 1976, was featured speaker for Black Awareness Week. New R.A s were selected. Spring break finally arrived. The Harlem Globetrotters appeared at Barnhill. It was Sigma Chi and Derby Day again. Eddie Sutton was named SWC Coach of the Year, by a unanimous vote of SWC broadcasters and sportswriters 37 April May Black Awareness Week was held. Mortar Board, Cardinal Kay and Chimes were an¬ nounced at Women ' s Spring Festival. ASG elections were held. Sigma Nu and Sigma Chi sponsored the Miss U of A Pageant. SOB, Catfish Row, Fiji Island, Island Orgy, Showboat and all the rest filled up springtime weekends. Cramming for Finals, Finals, Finals. Degrees were presented at commencement exercises. Five options became available: — Leave Fayetteville and work. — Leave Fayetteville and play. — Stay in Fayetteville for summer school. — Stay in Fayetteville and work. — Stay in Fayetteville and play (if you ' re really desperate). A Chert Njsiihh fhe President A new president came to the U of A this year. He ' s the fifteenth in the history of this institution of higher learn¬ ing. His name is Charles Edwin Bishop. His expertise in the areas of economics, agriculture and higher education is widely recognized. In view of this, he should be a welcomed addition to the state of Arkansas, which is 49th in education in the United States. Born in Campobello, South Carolina, Bishop received his bachelor of science in agricultural education from Berea College in Kentucky. This was followed by a mas¬ ter of science in agricultural economics from the Univer- sity of Kentucky and a doctor of philosophy in economics from the University of Chicago. Bishop joined the faculty of North Carolina State Uni¬ versity where he was appointed as head of the depart¬ ment of agricultural economics. After serving as a visit¬ ing professor at the University of Virginia ' s graduate school of business administration, he was appointed head of the department of economics at North Carolina State. In 1966 he was named a vice president of the Univer¬ sity of North Carolina. He held this position for three years before assuming the chancellorship of the College Park campus of the University of Maryland, the 10th largest University campus in the nation. He resigned this post to become the 15th president of the University of Arkansas. Three United States presidents have utilized Dr. Bishop ' s talents. He was a member of the Task Force on Vocational Education under the late President John F. Kennedy, served as executive director of the President ' s National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty under the late Lyndon B. Johnson, and as a member of Presi¬ dent Nixon ' s Food Advisory Council. In conversation with Dr. Bishop and his wife, Dorothy, the RAZORBACK wanted to get to know them, what the new president stands for and what he plans for the U of A. RAZORBACK: In view of the overcrowding in state supported colleges and universities, what do you plan to do at the U of A to accommodate this? 44 BISHOP: I would not advocate a more strict admission program here. We should give all students a chance. At Maryland they didn ' t have physical space to accommo¬ date everybody who wanted to come. I don ' t see that as becoming a serious problem here. RAZORBACK: How do the two campuses (Maryland and the U of A) compare in the amount of mutual com¬ munity and campus involvement? BISHOP: I like it better here because there ' s more com¬ munity interest. When you have not only students but faculty too commuting, it ' s hard to establish a commun¬ ity. Here it ' s a college community with many of the Fayetteville and area residents somehow connected with the University. RAZORBACK: What about student involvement here? Is it similar to that at Maryland? BISHOP: I can ' t really tell yet. I don ' t know the students here well enough to decide. RAZORBACK: You ' ve made an effort to get to know the should in floating bonds for campus housing facilities. If students should opt to live off campus, we would hope to c onvert the housing space to offices. RAZORBACK: What about the campus parking prob¬ lem? BISHOP: (Laugh) You want me to show you some park¬ ing spaces outside my office? I ' d be glad to do that. That ' s my stock answer for that question. Any day of the week there are a hundred or more empty ones there (in the stadium lot). It ' s not so much the availability of parking facilities but the location of them. You ' ll never be able to drive up to the classroom. RAZORBACK: With the large student body, how did you handle the parking problem at Maryland? BISHOP: We had 20,000 parking spaces there. But the main problem there was that when a student parked his car, he couldn ' t find it. We adopted a coded system in parking lots and started running shuttle buses. It would be possible to do that here if it becomes necessary. students here. Is this something you ' ve done before when going to a different school? BISHOP: I also did it at Maryland. That ' s what I enjoy. It gives you and me and other people a chance to get things out of our systems. It works both ways and gives us a chance to get input from those who our actions are going to most affect. RAZORBACK: You personally conducted the legisla¬ tive relations for the University this year. Is this common practice for you? BISHOP: This is the first I ' ve ever done it. I felt it was essential. The University was in for some rough sled¬ ding. RAZORBACK: Do you have any construction plans for campus housing? BISHOP: I believe we ' ve gone as far as we can and RAZORBACK: Which departments here need the most attention in faculty, funding, and expansion? BISHOP: One of our main concerns on this campus is law. The student-faculty ratio is too high. We hope to lower that in the next few years. We have been review¬ ing requests for several new courses in anthropology. This will have both statewide and regional significance. We need to do more in the quantitative area also. RAZORBACK: Will there be much general faculty ex¬ pansion? BISHOP: We ' ll not get many new positions. We may re-allocate positions. If positions become vacant in a department, we ' ll evaluate that position and possibly re-assign it to another department. This way we won ' t freeze positions as they are. RAZORBACK: Do you think the Fayetteville campus 45 will become a mother-campus to the other colleges and campuses in the state? BISHOP: Arkansas has not developed a structure system of high education that other states have. I think that over time a decision will have to be made if the University is to be the centralizer of the other campuses in the state. RAZORBACK: How do the campuses stand and com¬ pare in facilities? BISHOP: The Pine Bluff campus has unquestionably the worst physical facilities. I expect there will be a good deal of attention given for improvements on that cam¬ pus. RAZORBACK: How would you evaluate your accep¬ tance here? BISHOP: You have to adjust so the best you can and hope for the best. We ' ve been pleased with out reception here. The people here are warm and friendly. Students speak more freely here than on larger more impersonal campuses. That ' s been helpful to us. RAZORBACK: What ' s your main concern about the U of A? Do you worry much about it? BISHOP: Sure I worry. The greatest shock has been the very, very poor facilities. I would say extremely poor facilities in higher education in this state. I ' m mainly talking about buildings on the Fayetteville and Pine Bluff campuses that are way below standards. We can ' t do anything about this right now. We just don ' t have the funds. You shouldn ' t have these things on college cam¬ puses in 1974. The needs here and at the Pine Bluff are the most acute of the system. RAZORBACK: Do you think that possibly the Fayette¬ ville area has set back and relied on the University to provide facilities for large audience activities? BISHOP: Not really. It ' s not the responsibility of the Fayetteville community to support a civics center facility just to accommodate the University ' s needs. The Uni¬ versity needs facilities of its own. Plans have been made for improvements, but funds are our problem. RAZORBACK: What areas of construction are most needed now? BISHOP: We ' ve got to renovate Memorial Hall or else lose accreditation for psychology. The problem here and at Pine Bluff is limited maintenance funds. We hope to increase this. We need to renovate the B.A. facility and round out a phase of the agriculture department which will extend a wing on the current building. We also hope for at least some architectural planning funds for the HPER. The chemistry building is really unsafe. Old Main is going to have a nice exterior, but her interior will not be very useful. The engineering building is in need of some re-modeling work. To put this campus in top condition would probably take $30 million. RAZORBACK: So you stress maintenance more? BISHOP: Instead of building more campuses, let ' s fix up what we have and bring them up to standards and really improve the quality of education. RAZORBACK: How do your responsibilities here as president compare to Maryland? Do you have more or less power here? BISHOP: Here I see the opportunity to take a young system that ' s just emerging and try to help shape it into something that ' ll last for years and years. That ' s the challenge. There aren ' t many of these left, and I want to make a significant contribution to education in this state. RAZORBACK: Do you expect any obstacles? BISHOP: Oh, sure! That ' s the nature of the game. There are trade-offs that have to be made. That ' s what will be interesting — whether each campus can be unique and establish its own identity because it offers particular programs and that they all fit together to meet the needs of the people. It ' s not necessary to repercate on every campus what every other campus is doing. That ' s what ' s needed in this state to improve the quality of education. One of our real challenges is to see how well we can maintain viability. 46 K :; L7 i- ' .V ' S! Last summer fourteen Army R.O.T.C. cadets from the U of A spent six weeks in advanced camp training at Fort Riley, Kansas. Nearly 2000 cadets from 143 col¬ leges, universities and military academies participated in the pro¬ gram, which is required before commissioning into the Army. During those weeks of training, the men were required to draw upon knowledge acquired in previ¬ ous studies to cope with lifelike situations. In simulated combat, the men participated in patrols, helibome assaults and ground at¬ tacks. Although the main weapons emphasis was on the M-16 rifle and .45 caliber pistol, the cadets were introduced to machine guns, recoil¬ less rifles, mortars, grenade launch¬ ers and direct support artillery weapons. Faced with tiring and difficult challenges, physical and mental strength were necessary to over¬ come the sometimes frightening problems. Classroom instruction provided a basic foundation for par¬ ticular activities. At Fort Riley, the cadets found that all classrooms weren ' t as they had known them at college. Many days (and nights) they found themselves receiving in- structions while perched on bleachers, trekking through thick underbrush or standing on the rifle range. The summer ' s training did not consist entirely of " combat " or " weapons " training. There was al¬ ways KP or guard duty, G.I. ' ing barracks, cleaning M-16 ' s ... or spending a little time at the Cadet Club. To many cadets, a weekend spent sleeping in a nearby air- conditioned Holiday Inn was as welcome as that box of cookies from home. Sometimes there didn ' t seem to be enough hours in the day. Thus, the latrine was a popular spot for shining boots and writing letters after " lights out " at ten o ' clock. R.O.T.C. summer camp brought different experiences to the cadets who participated. Although reac¬ tions to various elements of the program differed, the general con¬ sensus of the men was that it was six weeks of time well spent. It filled their need of " What ' s-it-gonna-be- like? " and brought them face to face with a " high caliber " organization, the United States Army. As one cadet put it, " It was a paradoxical dream: any good dream I had, I would wake up to find it disappointingly not true; a bad dream . . . satisfying fabricated to the cry of reveille. " old main ft s not rape. It ' s not removal. It ' s not renovation. It ' s restoration. Publicity the last couple of years has given the impres¬ sion that everybody from the administration and state legislature to the physical plant was out to get Old Main. Newspapers carried stories and letters to their editors concerning her future usage and appearance. Tempers w ere riled. Some friends even became enemies. During the controversy, many questions were raised. Will there be five floors about ground instead of the Present four? Will the exterior look like it did 100-plus years ago? Will the interior be mistaken for the Com- m unications Center? Will the old girl even be around, or w iU she find herself face to face with a wrecking ball? To set some minds at ease, first of all, the building will not be removed. She will not acquire an extra level w ithin her hull, either. (This was merely a feasibility study and was never seriously considered. Engineers consulted even said it would be architecturally unpleas- ln 8-) Her interior will not be buried under paneling, flourescent lights and indoor-outdoor carpeting. By now you ' re probably screaming " Well-what-the- hell-is-going-on-over-there-then? " Well, the chain link fencing, scaffolding and " Danger Hard Hat Area " signs are a ft there for a reason. (And it ' s not necessarily just to ma ke it more difficult to get from Memorial Hall to the B.A. building.) The current exterior restoration involves replacing roofing, windows and the exterior wood trim. Cost for this phase of construction will be around $550,000. The next phase is to be bid and will consist of further exterior restoration, including tuck pointing (taking out loose and deteriorated brick), replacing masonry joints, ar d sealing the exterior walls for moisture prevention. Up to $909,000 is available for this remaining exterior work. Minor Wallace, director of Facilities Planning and Construction placed emphasis on restoration of the ex¬ terior to its original appearance. This is why the greenhouse was removed. (It was added in the early 1950 ' s.) Wallace asserted that unless the exterior work is done, there will be no need to try and re-work the in¬ terior. Evidently the Fayetteville weather is not very conducive to old buildings. Wallace said that the rep¬ etitious freeze thaw during winter months is particu¬ larly detrimental to Old Main ' s hand-made brick con¬ struction. Also, it is necessary to waterproof the exterior so that the interior won ' t further deteriorate before it can be restored. No funds are available at this time for restoration of Old Main ' s interior. When money is available, and work is complete. Old Main will take on her original appear¬ ance. Her stairways and corridors will be of their origi¬ nal design. Her presently painted woodwork will be stripped, and the natural wood will be stained and var¬ nished. To insure comfort and to meet safety codes, heating- air conditioning-ventilating systems will be installed. This will eliminate window air conditioning units and steam radiators. The plumbing will be replaced, and the electrical system will be revamped. Even with all this, we have been assured the finished surface will not look any different from the original. Where ' s all the money going to come from? Wallace said that state and federal funds will be required for completion of the interior work. Since the building is on the national list of historical buildings, it cannot be destroyed — except with the consent of state and federal governments. No politician, even in his worst mind, would vote " Aye " on that! Whatever rumors and questions surfaced during the controversy of Old Main ' s future should now be cleared. She will remain with us — just as noble and dignified as she was at her birth over a hundred years ago. To borrow an advertising phrase, we now address her with " Old Main, you ' re not getting older; you ' re getting better. " With the current back to nature trend, coupled with the tight economic situation, folks are shying away from those " meal in a minute " foods. So, naturally what do they turn to? Good ' ole home grown " bedjtibles. " Since lots of folks can ' t, don ' t have room, or just don ' t have the know¬ how to grow their own, they turn to something else. The Farmers ' Mar¬ ket. It started last summer with to¬ matoes, lettuce and beans. It wound itself up this fall with sweet taters, punkins and turnips. All along the way there were green plants for the house or outside and now and then a few artsie-craftsies. It was located around the Fayette¬ ville Square. Some of you may not even know where that is. If you don ' t you ' re missing a lot. The local culture and folks are at their best around the Square, ' specially when the Farmers ' Market is havin ' its goins ' on. Early every Saturday morning farmers would assemble their box¬ es, baskets and buckets of produce along the sidewalk that surrounds the old Post Office. Folks would come and look over the foodstuffs. Some would stop to buy; others were " just lookin ' " , and some A Little Bit Of Arkansas ' if l§! ' - £ ggjjyfifir Jk foj a.JHwk m SSSt S Wife- Sw FHOh. WHM WH Y w f.U v t C v 1 if 6 wanted to know the secret of grow¬ ing " such a monstrous cucumber. " There was also lots of talkin ' , spittin ' and whittlin ' on the part of regular loafers too. 56 The creator and producer of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry, visited the campus this fall. What was planned to be a one-night-stand was ex¬ tended for a second night ' s performance due to the overwhelming response. Over 400 people were turned away the first night. The response was one that is rare at the U of A, so it sure made the Symposium people happy. In an interview with Roddenberry, the RAZORBACK tried to capture the personality of the man who created such a believable science fiction series. A native of El Paso, Texas, Roddenberry started out as a pilot for Pan American Airlines . Leaving that, he moved to California to begin a writing career. In a flooded writers ' market, he found it necessary to join the Los Angeles police department. Writing westerns was Roddenberry ' s first break into the ranks, and during this time he became head writer for the " Have Gun Will Travel " series. Becoming bored with westerns, and not wish¬ ing to be forever known as a western writer, Roddenberry turned to science fiction. Talking about science fiction he commented, " Science fiction is really not writing about the future. It ' s a marvelous vehicle to use in talking about today. " The seventy-nine Star Trek episodes worked within a philosophical framework, many times as a commentary on a current political situation. Roddenberry stressed the power of this style of writing saying, " When I couldn ' t talk about Viet Nam, I simply created a Viet Nam on another planet. It wor ked out very well. " Probably what made Star Trek so popular on college campuses was its way of being a science fiction series while also being believable. Rod¬ denberry strived for such believability, not only in the episode topics, but in the design of the Enterprise and right down to Mr. Spock ' s ears. What started out as an experimental series, was moved from weeknight television to after¬ noon re-runs, and was finally taken off al¬ together, still has a chance. In his presentation and later in the interview, Roddenberry talked about a Star Trek movie now in the planning stages. Once again, science fiction will be at its best. Carter Short and The Registrar ' s Office 60 " The larger the institution grows, the more the stu¬ dents become just numbers. And I don ' t want that! " said Carter Short, registrar of twenty years. In the thirty-five years he has been at the U of A, twenty of them as registrar, he has done an excellent job in keeping each student individual. Short came to the University as a graduate assistant in the fall of 1939. Previous to this, he received his degree in chemistry and English at Hendrix College in Conway where he grew up. He spent two years teaching at Terrel High School and was president of Fayetteville elemen¬ tary schools from 1936 to the fall of 1939 when he came to the U of A. In 1949 he received his masters degree from the U of A and became assistant registrar. There were only 1800 students then. Tuition was $25 per semester. There were no standardized requirements for entering and no ad¬ mission forms. Student records were shuffled from branch to branch of the registrar ' s office where mixups and lost information were common. Short has worked effectively to completely reorganize his office. In 1961 he designed the present registration system. The freshmen orientation pre-registration pro¬ gram began under him 15 years ago. In 1969 when the registrar ' s office moved into the new administration building. Short developed an entirely new system for students ' records which drastically cut mistakes. " Our vital concern is inaccuracy, " Short said as he described his system, which, as far as he knows, is unique in the nation. One person handling a particular student ' s records cuts down on manpower, time and mistakes. Short has helped the University in other areas, too. From 1950 to 1955 he was the sole organizer of a much needed school of higher education in Little Rock for Blacks. He is a member of Blue Key National Honor Fraternity and served as sponsor for the U of A chapter for twenty years. Short is also one of the founders of the ACT testing program that began in 1959. Since the 1940 ' s 61 he has served as a member of the Admissions and Trans¬ fer of Credit Committee and as chairman of the Athletic Scholarship Committee. Since 1955, Short has served both as secretary of the Faculty Senate and Faculty Senate Council and as a member of the Academic Standards Committee. For eight years he served on the Fayetteville City Council. He was the organizer of a temporary education program on U.S. Air Force bases throughout Europe, starting in 1 971. In the thirty-five years Short has been on this campus, he has seen six University presidents, an increase in enrollment from 1800 to nearly 12,000, and more records than most people would like to imagine. Looking back on the last thirty-five years Short said, " Yes, it ' s been a good life. " But then with his pipe in his hand for em¬ phasis he pointed out that he will " continue to look for ways to improve the system " to each student ' s advan¬ tage. The City Underneath Past the sign, " Danger, Unau¬ thorized Persons, Keep Out, " are the tunnels. The unusual environ¬ ment features low hanging steel brackets, pressure gauges, gears of all sorts and sizes, TV cables and telephone lines. Huge black pipes carrying water for heating and air- conditioning line the concrete walls. Sounds resembling those of steadily falling rain came from the ceiling of the obstacle course as people above walk to classes. Other noises echoing in the chambers in¬ clude cracking heating pipes, rush¬ ing water under 120 pounds of pres¬ sure and a popping noise which sounded like someone frying bacon. Further investigation showed that the popping was from the expand¬ ing steel pipe joints so hot they could sizzle bacon. The smell was much like that of a greenhouse. Water and mud on the floor surface from underground streams, combined with the 80° heat make the air heavy with humidity. Every few hundred feet presents a new passageway, and only an ex¬ pert would understand the location markings. In the dimly lit tunnels obstacles frequently emerge from the darkness which scrape skin, ducking under projections, cauti¬ ously avoiding hot pipes, climbing over an occasional ladder and pass¬ ing through barred gates which lock unauthorized intruders out or in, whatever the case. Emerging from the darkness, heat, mud and water, there is an instant appreciation for the sight and feel of fresh air in the Upper World. 65 VloMin On Who is the typical black student at the UofA? Many ites and some blacks will never know. Does he wear a u ge afro and a look of pure hate at the sight of his white counterpart, or does he walk around smiling at veryone, waving with one hand and caring to feel like o s a part 0 £ crowd? Is he a poor black from Hazen or o son of a wealthy black from Little Rock. o black side at the UofA, like most things in life, is n °t typical. There is no typical black student at the UofA °r anywhere else. He wears an afro, carries books, is Poor, is middle class, is smart or not-so-smart, and °ing things today that no one ever dreamed possible. Al ac k students at the UofA are no longer unique. 1 ough their history at the UofA is a short one, black students today are making gains and developing the ack side at the UofA into an important facet of campus 1 e Years ago, the few blacks who did go here went to c ass and returned to their room, only to show up again at class time. Being black at the UofA can be very trying. You have go through an adjustment period like every other student the first few months. Then there ' s an adjustment Period that only blacks go through. This includes hunt- ln g ou an d trying to meet other blacks in your dorm so t at you can get that white person in your room to move and trying to find out where the rest of the blacks are iding and trying to find a unifying factor to make the UofA more like home. The search for the unifying factor also creates prob- ems - Just being black doesn ' t automatically give you Membership with all the blacks on campus; it gives you ea daches. Like our white counterparts, we too have cliques. Cliques that prove harmful with such a small number. There are stereotypes that will probably never change because most whites are afraid to ask questions. No, not a ll blacks are members of Black Americans for Democ- rac y, only about 95%. Not all blacks are majoring in Political science or social welfare either. No, Delta Sigma Theta doesn ' t have a house, and yes. Omega Psi Phi is officially on campus. Nobody knows about Alpha or AKA. There ' s fun here too, we have a social life. It can be an exciting or dull party at Yocum or Pomfret, a Que party or what is commonly called a " jock party " at Holiday Inn. It can be a quiet evening with someone black and beautiful, or lying in deep thoughts while listening to Marvin Gaye, the Isleys or Gladys Knight, or staying up all night playing " spades. " Time can be spent working with project Contact, the B.A.D. Times or singing in the BAD Choir or giving a helping hand to a fellow black who seems to have lost his way. You can get deeply involved with your studies and make good grades — so your good white friends can say you ' re a credit to your race. Or you can work only for and around blacks, not being afraid to speak on issues that upset people and not being afraid of being called an uppity nigger or a troublemaker. There are times when you feel as though there is not a black side at the UofA. Especially when you ' re in an honors section or Organic Chemistry. You feel all eyes are on you — knowing you ' d be missed even though there are 300 in the class. There are times when you walk down the street with a white counterpart and feel the stares of blacks and whites that could chill an iceberg, and you wish you were any place but there. But as with everything else in life, the black side has its joys. The feeling of happiness when you ' ve ac¬ complished something so many said you couldn ' t. The feeling of pride when another one of your brothers or sisters achieves something that no one has done before. And the feeling of never being alone when you know that out of 400 blacks someone is going to care. Yes, being black is a unique experience — not only at the UofA but probably every place else. It ' s something words and pictures only touch on the surface. It ' s some¬ thing that you ' d have to experience to believe. During the years 1974-75, black students made gains that would have been unheard of a couple of years back. Gains that made their white counterparts stand up and take notice. You could say it all started when Gene McKissic was elected President of Associated Student Government in 1972. It was only then that many white Arkansans realized that blacks even attended the University. 1974-75 saw the University get its first black greek organizations when Delta Sigma Theta Sorority received a chapter on March 23, 1974. Later in the fall of ' 74, Omega Psi Phi fraternity became the first black frater¬ nity on campus. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority started interest groups during the spring. ' 74-75 saw the Arkansas Traveler hire a black female for its associate editor — a paper that at one time refused to print an article submitted by a black student. Blacks gained membership for the first time in honor¬ ary organizations such as Chimes, Cardinal XX and Blue Key. Blacks also headed Union and ASG committees. (Continued on page 71) 69 70 (Continued from page 68) Under the leadership of president Marion Humphrey, Black Americans for Democracy continued projects such s C °ntact, Miss B.A.D. and the B.A.D. Times. For the lrs t time during its existence, B.A.D. was recognized by a majority of the student body as an organization that a d a l°t to offer the University. B.A.D. also continued V e e n i c center and the recruitment of black students throughout the state. 74-75 was the year when the housing staff initiated a Minority Assistants program — a program designed to meet the needs of black students in the residence halls. Lawrence Crockett, a sophomore from Dermott, headed a s a of six black students who served as minority assistants. Black females also made giant steps as four black w °men were named Razorback beauties over a period of two years. No, the Razorback doesn ' t have an affirma¬ tive Action plan. Two black females were also named to Who s Who, and one became the first black cheerleader ever at the UofA. Some might say, " Big deal; " " So what? " Others will sa Y it s only tokenism. These claims would certainly a Ppear invalid to the students involved. 71 72 - H 1 - : i What was the spirit of Homecoming? Was it the looks and whistles at Wilson Sharp during the Court selection? Was it the yells at the Pep Rally? Or was it the decora¬ tions by living groups across campus? Spirit and enthusiasm may have been evident in all these events, but it has certainly decreased over the years. Homecoming used to be a time of elaborate plans, large reunions, Friday night torch light walks to Wilson Sharp, a real float parade and a chance for everyone to party. While the spirit of partying has prevailed, the torch walk, the parade and quite a lot of the fervent alma mater singing have been discarded with other worn out tradi¬ tions. There is determination in Arkansas fans, though. De¬ spite the cold rain throughout most of the game, the fans came and supported (however silently at times) the teams. The prevalence of jeans and T-shirts have changed the appearance of the day, but the red coats, ties, shoes and hats were there as usual. So whether Homecoming may eventually go the way of other traditions is debatable. One factor does make its demise doubtful, though: the enthusiastic spirit for a party has increased steadily. 73 ' 74-75 saw actual involvement of over a fourth of the total UofA enrollment. What was the subject of such an ambitious dispelling of energy? HPER, or more conve¬ niently referred to as the Rec Center (Health, Physical Education and Recreation Facility). The efforts of these students, faculty, staff, adminis¬ trators, members of the legislature, parents and others proved fruitless. At this writing the state legislature has recommended funds in the amount of $125,000 for pre¬ liminary architectural drawings. Word from the Facilities Planning and Construction Office is that there exists " No indication that the request will be reconsi¬ dered by the legislature this session. " The uphill battle began last March when the Board of Trustees was presented with a petition containing over 3500 signatures urging their approval for funding of the HPER. The Board went so far as to place it at the top of recommended projects to be funded by the state. It was then recommended to the Higher Education Commis¬ sion and to the legislature for appropriation of funds. The Higher Education Commission recommended the project not be funded. The legislature followed suit. The recreational-educational complex would accom¬ modate a population of 14,000. It would meet academic and recreational needs for the University and its Com¬ munity. Cost of the 200,000 plus square foot structure was first estimated at around $7 million. More recent figures project a cost of $8-$10 million, which includes inflation estimates and extra costs to be entailed if the complex is constructed in phases. The Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation is designated the task of providing educa¬ tional programs for both undergraduate and graduate students — plus a recreational activity program for all students and faculty. With current facilities, carrying out this task is impossible. The best way to determine what is needed is to evaluate what we now have. In reviewing the UofA ' s three facilities for non-varsity athletics, it isn ' t difficult to recognize the gross inadequacies. The Women ' s Gym was built in 1925. At that time enrollment was at a boisterous 1,472. Age, coupled with extensive use, has deteriorated the facility to such an extent that it is now unsafe for anything but dancing and other light activities. The shower and locker facilities are so totally inadequate and deplorable that the women will not even use them. This is the only building on campus built expressly for general physical education. (The swimming pool also falls into this category, but it obvi¬ ously accommodates only a specific sport.) Of 1937 vintage, the Men ' s Gym was built as a WPA project for varsity basketball. By this time enrollment was up to 2000. The facility was used for varsity sports until 1955 when the Athletic Department was moved into Barnhill Fieldhouse. In this facility there is only one large gymnasium floor. Dressing rooms are oriented only to men, and classrooms and offices are inadequate and overcrowded. The classroom use of the facility all day allows for recreation only during late evening hours and on weekends. Intramural basketball facilities are so 74 limited that each team can play only six games per sea¬ son. We might add that this is with ten games scheduled Per night. (While around 54 games were played this year in the Men ' s Gym, only about a dozen were located in Barnhill Fieldhouse. Use of Barnhill must be fit around varsity home game scheduling.) Last spring over 1400 students participated in intramural basketball. There ' s no question that the interest and need are present. The facilities are not. Built in 1965 and financed by student fees, the swim¬ ming pool is used during the day for men ' s and women ' s swimming classes and during the afternoon for varsity swim teams. Use by the general University Community is limited to evenings and weekends — when there isn ' t a home swim meet. The pool is incapable of handling other aquatic activities such as scuba diving, canoe in¬ struction and other water recreation. In addition, the Department of Health, Physical Edu¬ cation and Recreation is unable to provide indoor ac¬ commodations for more than 65 people at one time dur¬ ing winter months. The Department also cannot offer the variety of classes that truly meets the needs of P.E. majors and the general student body. Provisions for women are deplorable and inadequate. Presently, there ' s no opportunity for nationally popular co-ed sports, intramurals and recreational activity for faculty and staff. There ' s no opportunity for constructive, self- directed physical activity during the day. Only negligi¬ ble provisions are available at night. Intramural ac¬ tivities are the most popular structured physical activity program on campus. They must be curtailed due to in¬ adequate facilities. The dance curriculum has unsuitable studio space for classes, individual work, extra¬ curricular and concert practice. For years we have all been bombarded through the media with evidence prepared by medical and scientific authorities who recognize the need for regular physical activity to promote our physical, mental and social health. From recent studies we know that patterns of regular physical exercise begun during the schooling years are carried over into adulthood. If an opportunity is provided for us to learn and participate in various types of physical activity in a congenial atmosphere with adequate facilities, we are more likely to form lifetime patterns of activity. Without the HPER, our formation in this direction is highly unlikely — next to impossible. 75 Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm " While it is true a woman ' s unique ability is child bearing, it is not and never has been her only ability, " said Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm in a speech given November 22 in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. Chisholm, the nation ' s first black congresswoman, took the campus by storm and received a 10 minute standing ovation before she even started speaking. Chisholm spoke before a full house, a rarity at the UofA, as part of Women ' s Symposium, sponsored by Associated Women Students and Black Americans for Democracy. " Clearly, equality under the law for women is an idea whose time has come, " said Mrs. Chisholm. " Yet it took 50 years for an Equal Rights Amendment to pass con¬ gress, " she said. Speaking on everything from the Black movement to her running for president, Chisholm concluded her speech by urging University students to write their rep¬ resentatives in support of the ERA. 76 OaklciNNn The ether wasn ' t helping any, and when the packed street in front of Oaklawn came into view I knew that decisive action had to be taken at once or we would be detected and taken away and beaten on the kidneys with big branches. We crept up to a policeman who was directing traffic. " Where ' s the Executive Parking Lot? That ' s the secret in Hot Springs — make them thi-nk you belong. Somehow we managed to park the Faded Falcon and find our way into the publicity office of Oaklawn where we were to meet the other two-fifths of our gonzo team. These two were considered somewhat dangerous characters by the Business Manager of the paper who had arranged this wild horse chase in the first place. We feared that our colleagues would be preparing for the day with twelve kinds of dangerous drugs. Our fears were unfounded for the moment as the slick director of Public Relations had our comrades completely enthral¬ led. After the introduction to the place was over we were led up to a restaurant and told to enjoy ourselves. We did. We had to have plenty to drink to drown the unreal¬ ity of $3.50 sandwiches. The photographers had three drinks between the two of them, while we journalists had three drinks apiece. " Tell the wench to bring us another double. " We could afford to be belligerent since our bill was being signed for by our host. After we had eaten and lapped our lunch we were in the proper mood to cover this event which was so close to the heart of the Great American Dream. We split up into teams and began following the denizens of the den of iniquity. We found nuns with racing forms, losers with confetti collections, and even a state representative who was placing a two-hundred dollar bet. All strata of society can be found at the race track — from hippies to harlots to hicks. It ' s the old get-rich-quick scheme. The ghost of Horatio Alger could be seen sickly smiling above the smoke-filled rooms. Our role at this festivity was merely to observe and report. Our comrades wanted to get into the full swing of things however, so they had assumed the characteristics of veteran race track psychotics. I, on the other hand, had exactly three cents in my pocket and intended to keep it that way, so, after drinking two free beers in the pressbox, I conferred with the photographers to see if they had gotten enough incriminating pictures to make our trip worthwhile. They had, so we left. The trip back to Fayetteville was filled with bad craziness. What with the ether, the rum collins ' , the beer and the constant din of Oaklawn, I had developed a monstrous headache. I took two aspirins and some Chloroseptic to soothe my throat. This was a mistake. I now had enough evil chem¬ icals in me to bring ever ything to a head. We stopped in Russellville and ate at a hamburger place that claimed it was one of the things that had made America great. Then I threw up. 78 I seem to have lost 80 my wheels! As the butcher told me when he sold me the empty frankfurter, " Happy hollow weenie! " 82 Albert Pike, We hardly knew ' ya The Albert Pike Schoolhouse, which for years rested just south of the Administration building, is no longer there. And, in its passing the University has lost one of its greatest treasures. The old schoolhouse was built in the early 1800 ' s at Flat Rock Creek, northeast of Van Buren. It is thought that Albert Pike, an early Arkansas educator, taught there in the spring of 1833. At that time school terms only lasted three months, so he soon moved on. The building was later abandoned and used as a barn for several years until it was moved to Artist ' s Point just south of Winslow. In 1954, Maud Henderson, its owner, donated the schoolhouse and the Henderson Glass col¬ lection to the University of Arkansas. The schoolhouse was moved to Fayetteville and rested for 20 years on its grassy knoll. Now it ' s gone. Early last summer the Crawford County Historical Society trucked the schoolhouse away to Van Buren where it was placed on the Courthouse Square. We all miss seeing our authentic log cabin on that hill. Losing Albert was like losing an old friend. We ' re going to miss you, Albert Pike. 84 Be a friend . . . Help a friend . . . It all sounds like a good idea: do your good deed for the day and donate " just a pint " for the sake of humani¬ ty- Well, once the smell of alcohol, the ladies in white and that shiny silver " spear " meet the senses, you wonder just what happened to your senses (brain type)! Angel Flight and Army Cadettes sponsored the Red Cross Blood Drive. The groups met the quota of do¬ nated pints of red, and they all felt real good about it. Those who gave also felt real good about it — after a while. and, the gnus did it again . . . SADIE ' 74 88 89 Pep? Rallies Crisp Thursday or Friday even¬ ing, depending on where the game is, students pile in with dates hang¬ ing on their shoulders, beer and that other " stuff " in their hands. Curi¬ ous freshmen pile in behind bushes, not knowing what to ex¬ pect, not realizing this is one of life ' s simple pleasures at the UofA. The fall and pep rallies. Pep rallies at the UofA have al¬ ways been a way of life. The excite¬ ment of the Razorback band, the cheerleaders, special guests and Mr. Razorback himself, Gary White. The fall of ' 74 saw many changes in pep rallies. Pressure came from the administration and other groups concerning such traditions as " roll call " and cheers with such harsh words as " shit. " Peer group pres¬ sure was used to condone confeder¬ ate flags, the age-old Dixie, and black students started showing up . ' 74 pep rallies saw excitement raise after the USC game and damp¬ en after losses to OSU and Baylor. The cheerleaders brought back ex¬ citing stunts, pie throwing contests, talks from Coach Broyles, hog calling by Maxine and President Bishop, as well as soul cheers and dance steps from " Sweet Pea. " Some things never change at the UofA. Some things just get better. 90 92 ' ami “ ir JMB ■ ■■ " 5 ' • ✓ v TIBBS’ gjL . . ViB Krarara .. NT- joBSm ggrJB v.. l ' ■ M V t i K _ ■EL T ,m V W i • j a M aI [ 1 ljp C r rsflj 4 , iP BSXu Efc mm vWt!V jmS Lfs l£n it ' T BtSWaH ' mss rr r?‘ PfeM J r S MgMR 1 1 T l j£)f ' AmC! Sfs hKy r -- A2i xJ - aiaraa J| I ' Jtwmr YJKjT A 4 ?Va» 1.4 Vy. iL ti wJri N7 7 ' Fp Engineers What do you do with 270 pounds of portman cement, 20 pounds of styrofoam beads, and 45 pounds of wire mesh? If you ' re a Civil Engineer you ' ll probably build a concrete canoe. These students cut loose from the mun¬ dane studies of highway and high-rise design to com¬ pete against Memphis State in a concrete canoe race April 3. Just a week before, their engineering brothers and sisters let off steam in the annual Engine Week. The spirit of competition expanded to include a soap box derby race, the St. Pat and St. Patricia Pageant with a talent contest. The whole campus was entertained by the Engine Rally. The week ended with a banquet and Engine Ball, to soften the transition back to calculators and green ruled paper. 94 ■ 95 While you were here . . . 1972 Shirley Chisholm, New York, was the first Black woman to seek a Presidential nomination of a major party. Baseball players conducted their first strike. J. Edgar Hoover, 48 year director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations, died. George Wallace was shot and paralyzed at a Presidential rally. The Democratic National Committee Headquarters was burglarized. Oakland won the World Series. Dan Blocker, the gentle giant of Bonanza fame, died. Bobby Fisher beat Boris Spassky in chess. 1973 Gunfire erupted at Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Marlon Brando refused the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in " The Godfather. " Liza Minelli was named the best actress for her perfor¬ mance in " Cabaret. " The last known prisoner of war was released by the Viet Cong. Spiro T. Agnew resigned as vice-President of the United States. Gerald Ford became the first vice-President of the U.S. to be elected according to the 25th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Billy Jean King beat Bobby Riggs in tennis. Watergate became a household word. Miami won the Super Bowl. Peace was agreed upon in Vietnam. Lyndon Johnson died. Winthrop Rockefeller, former governor of Arkansas, died in California. 96 1974 Jesus Christ became a bumper sticker. Patty Hearst was kidnapped (?) Richard Nixon resigned as President of the United States. Gerald Ford became the first non-elected President of the United States. The Nixon Pardon. Nelson Rockefeller was appointed as vice-president of the United States. J. William Fulbright was defeated by Arkansas gover- non Dale Bumpers for the U.S. Senate seat. Bob Dylan, C, S, N Y, George Harrison resumed touring. Minnesota choked at the Super Bowl for the third time. A Middle East oil embargo caused high prices and threats of gasoline rationing. Wilbur D. Mills, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee was involved in a scandal with the Argentine Bombshell, stripper " Fanny Fox " . Walter Lippman, the political philosopher-journalist, died at age 85. President Ford granted conditional amnesty to draftees and deserters. 1975 Nelson Rockefeller approved by U.S. Congress as the third vice-President in 18 months. The Arkansas General Assembly defeated the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment) — the Valentine ' s Day Massacre. Sonny and Cher split — both as an act and as a couple. Jack Benny died in California. Aristotle Onassis died in Paris. U.S. auto manufacturers offered rebates on cars bought before March 1. President Ford requested funds to aid Cambodia. Watergate defendants, Mitchell, Haldeman, Erlichman and Mardian were convicted; Parkinson was acquit¬ ted. U.S. Citizens again were allowed to own gold in any form. Wilbur D. Mills resigned as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. He also admitted to being an alcoholic. Charlie Chaplin was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. 97 Kathy Dye, an Earth Science and Geology major from Houston, Texas and a member of Pi Beta Phi, served as Hallaballo Hostess, Panhellenic Model Pledge, Sigma Nu Daisy Mae, Chimes Historian, Cardinal Key Regional Secretary, Mortar Board Treasurer, Angel Flight Ar¬ chives Officer, and Order of Omega Secretary. Within her living group, she served as rush coordinator, an executive council member, chair¬ man of programs and activities. Treasurer of Pledge Class, and As¬ sistant Pledge Trainer. In addition to these, she was a member of the Union Coffeehouse Committee, Panhellenic Finance Committee, and the ASG Recycling Committee. from Fayetteville, Randall Oxford was Captain of the Intercollegiate Debate Team. He also served as senator and President of the Arkan¬ sas Student Congress, Treasurer of Kappa Delta Sigma off-campus honorary, ASG senator, staff writer for Agape, member of Christian journalists, church youth minister, and Editor of the " Life In the Son " . As a member of Sigma Pi, Randall served as President and Vice Presi¬ dent. He attended a summer Foren¬ sic Workshop for which he was co¬ author of the National High School Debate Sourcebook. Perhaps one of Randall ' s greatest contributions was as chairman of the Student Recrea¬ tion Center Committee and member of the ASG Legislative Relations Committee. Through his efforts in this area Randall produced a multi-media presentation to be shown to the Arkansas State Legis¬ lature. A member of Alpha Chi Omega and a political science major from Camden, Alice Rumph served as Pledge Class President, and Record¬ ing Secretary. Devoting most of her time to Associated Student Gov¬ ernment, Alice was a student senator, and a member of the Senate Finance Committee, Codification Committee, Legislative Relations Committee, and the Board of Trus¬ tees Relations, Faculty-Senate Council member, a Panhellenic rep¬ resentative, a Faculty Senate com¬ mittee member on Continuing Education, a Greek Week Scholar ' s Bown Contestant, and a Congres¬ sional Intern for Senator John McClellan. Majoring in Political Science and journalism from Crossed, Overtis lc s ma intained a 3.69 accumula- ive grade point. A member of lpha Lambda Delta, Overtis was also active in Chimes, and ROTC adettes. She served as Treasurer of , e ta Sigma Theta and member of e Xec utive Board of Black Ameri¬ cans for Democracy, All-Student Judiciary, the Bi-centennial Revolu- i°n Committee, and the Committee e Status and Needs of Women. e a l so served as Panhellenic rep¬ resentative, Ethnic Center Chair¬ man, Freshman Orientation Coun- se or. Traveler staff Associate Itor, and Razorback Beauty. A resident assistant at Yocum Hall, George Rhoads served as hall President and Vice President, Chairperson of the hall constitu¬ tional revision committee, and writ¬ er for his hall newspaper. Devoting much of his time to the Residence Hall Association, George was chair¬ person of the RH A Finance Commit¬ tee, chairperson of the RHA Awards committee, representative to the RHA legislative body, and member of the RHA President ' s Council. Some of his other activities included ASG senator, ASG Job Placement Committee, and ASG Recycling Committee. A political science and history major from Paragould, George served as Treasurer of Pi Sigma Alpha political science hon¬ orary. As a political science and jour¬ nalism major, Carl Hille served as President of Sigma Phi Epsilon for two consecutive years, as well as Judicial Board Chairman, and Ac¬ tivities Chairman for his living group. An active participant in the Interfraternity Council, Carl served as IFC Rush Chairman, IFC Judicial Board Chairman, delegate to the mid-America IFC Council in Kansas City, and IFC Pledge Class Council. In addition to these activities, Carl was a member of Student Senate, Order of Omega, Committee on Student Relations, Greek Program¬ ming Council, Symposium Com¬ mittee, Academic Advisement Committee, UA Calendar Commit¬ tee, Arkansas Booster Club, Civic Club, and Treasurer of Blue Key. Carl was also the first person under 21 to serve on the county Executive Committee for the Republican Par¬ ty- As a member of Pi Beta Phi, Janna Riley served as Rush-Chairman and President. An English major from Little Rock, Janna obtained a 3.64 grade point and was on the Dean ' s List for three consecutive semesters and the President ' s List for two semesters. She was Chairman of the Selections Committee for Chimes, Cardinal Key President, Arkansas Traveler Feature Writer and Report¬ er, Judical Board Representative, Interservice Council Representa¬ tive, Union Coffeehouse Committee member, Arkansas Booster Club member, Women ' s Week Commit¬ tee member and VIEWS member. A Social Studies Education major from Prairie Grove, Betty Tucker was Editor of the 1975 Razorback. Having been on the Dean ' s List for three semesters, Betty was Business Manager of the 1974 Razorback , ex- officio member of the Board of Pub¬ lications, and a member of the Humphreys Hall Judicial Board, and Kappa Delta Sigma off-campus honorary. A graduate student in Civil En¬ gineering from Marianna, Wendy Jacks is a member of Phi Delta The¬ ta. An active participant in en¬ gineering organizations, Wendy served as President and Pledge Trainer of Chi Epsilon, the Civil En¬ gineering Honor Society, represen¬ tative to the Engineering Council, President and Student Advisor to Phi Eta Sigma, and was a member of the American Society of Civil En¬ gineers for five consecutive years. Other activities included President of Blue Key, member of Arnold Air Society, IFC representative. Civic Club member, and AF-ROTC Squadron Commander in the Flight Instruction Program for three years. , ana Bone ' s main contribution to e university was in the area of the Residence Hall Association in which she served as First Vice Pres- 1 ent for two consecutive years. She was chairperson of the Interservice t-ouncil, a Faculty-Senate Council representative, and a member of Board of Publications for three years. She also served on the RA Selection Committee, RHA Con- PWA tl0nal Revision Committee, A Finance Committee, RHA i raffic Committee, and Resident visory Committee. Actively par¬ ticipating within the Residence Hall ssociation she served as floor fj an ger, RHA Casino Carnival ° s tess, and delegate to National and Regional Residence Hall Con¬ ventions. She was also a member of 1 tu Beta Lambda and the ASG Pres¬ ent ' s Council. A member of Delta Delta Delta and a Journalism and English major from Dallas, Texas, Kathy Downer maintained a 3.83 accumulative grade point, and remained on the Dean ' s List for seven consecutive semesters. She was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Chimes, Cardinal Key, and ROTC Cadettes. She was a Phi Delta Theta Little Sister, served as President for one year, and was selected as Phi Delta Theta Sweetheart. Kathy was President of Kappa Tau Alpha honorary jour¬ n alism society, and a member of Press Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Journalists Paper Staff. Active in Panhellenic, Kathy was Assistant Editor of the Panhellenic Rush Book, the member of the Panhellenic Committee on Greek Relations, the Panhellenic Presi¬ dent ' s Council, Secretary of her Pledge Class, and Executive Vice President and President of her sorority. Ranked number one at the end of his freshman year as a chemistry major in pre-medicine, A1 Jumper was selected to attend a Health Careers summer program at Har¬ vard University. A1 served as stu¬ dent representative on the Commit¬ tee on Student Relations, the Com¬ mittee on Minority Recruitment, the Committee on Academic Standards, and the Traffic Appeals Court. As a member of Black Americans for Democracy, A1 was Chairman of the Judicial Board, and was a member of the Black Gospel Choir, and the Theatrical Committee for Black Awareness Week. vnn ; As a political science major from Fayetteville, Bianca DeLille man¬ aged to maintain a 3.5 cumulative grade point. Devoting most of her time working with Associated Women Students, Bianca served as Chairwoman for the Equal Rights Amendment, delegate to the Na¬ tional Convention, Women ' s Week Chairwoman, Executive Board Member, Vice President, and Presi¬ dent for two years. Not restricting her activities solely to the campus, Bianca was a member of the Washington County Democratic Central Committee, served as a summer intern to Senator J. William Fulbright, was a member of the Ar¬ kansas Women ' s Political Caucus, and attended two Arkansas State Democratic Conventions. In addi¬ tion to these activities, Bianca was also a member of Mortar Board and Kappa Delta Sigma off-campus honorary. As an English major from Ham¬ burg, Mary McCombs maintained a grade point of 3.67. As a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mary was on her sorority ' s Cultural Committee, and Scholarship Committee. Some of her other activities included Alpha Lambda Delta, Tau Beta Sigma, Cardinal Key, Mortar Board, Concert Band, the Razorback Marching Band, the Arkansas Booster Club, and the ASG Aca¬ demic Reform Committee. An active participant in Reader ' s Theatre and Dramatic Arts, Nicholas Miller was named N.C.P. Outstanding Reader in 1974, and was awarded a " superior " rating at the Arkansas Speech Festival in oral interpretation, and an " excellent " rating at the Southwest Missouri Speech Festival in oral interpreta¬ tion and Reader ' s Theatre. He was a cast member of several reader ' s theatre productions as well as hav¬ ing the lead role in " Will Rogers " . A member of Phi Gamma Delta, Nick was Pledge Class President, Histo¬ rian, Co-Pledge Trainer, and Judi¬ cial Board member. In addition to these, Nick was a Razorback Cheer¬ leader for two years, member of the Union Publicity Committee, Arkan¬ sas Union Programs Council, Kappa Delta Sigma off-campus honorary, Arkansas Booster Club, Union Travel Committee, Union Outdoor Recreation Committee, and Union Popular Films Committee. A graduate student in Political cience from Springdale, Cathy Hinshaw maintained a 3.77 grade Point. As a member of Associated omen Students, Cathy served as airwoman of the Women ' s Sym¬ posium, Convener for Women ' s eek. Vice President, Chairwoman ° the Woman ' s Prison Bookdrive, and member of the ERA coalition. In addition to these, Cathy was a stu¬ dent senator, a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, a member of Mu Phi Epsilon, airwoman for the Judicial Coun- C1 er living group, and Chair¬ woman of the Programs Council of er living group. She also served as ro gram Advisor to Sororities. A Theatre Arts major and a trans¬ fer student from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Wesley Edwards was on the Dean ' s List for five semesters. He was named best actor at UALR for the 1972-1973 school year and best actor at the University of Arkansas for the 1973-1974 school year. He played five leading roles including title roles in " Tartuffe " and " Marat Sade " . He also played leading roles in " Lute Song " , " Hedda Gabbler " , " Child ' s Play " , " Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead " as well as playing four major supporting roles. He also had a speaking role in " White Lightening " , a film pro¬ duced in Hollywood, California. In addition to these, he was a member of Alpha Psi Omega national drama¬ tic honorary. Graduate Student As¬ sociation in the Speech and Drama¬ tic Arts Department, Experimental Theatre Fellowship, and the Na¬ tional Collegiate Players. A member of Phi Delta Theta and a pre-med student from Hot Springs, Bob Searcy was quite ac¬ tive in the Interfraternity Council including being selected IFC Model Pledge, IFC Vice President, IFC Greek Programming Chairman, and the IFC Constitutional Revision Committee Chairman. Bob was also one of five persons selected from the U.S. and Canada to be on the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Undergrad¬ uate Advisory Committee. Bob served as Vice President of Kappa Delta Sigma off-campus honorary, Arts and Sciences Honors Council Representative, and ASG Depart¬ ment of Student Life Chairman. Bob was also a member of All Univer¬ sity Judiciary, Arkansas Union Gov¬ erning Board, Traffic Appeals Board, ASG Presidential Cabinet, Interservice Council, DeltaNu Alpha, Arkansas Union Publicity Commit¬ tee and ASG Traffic and Public Safety Committee. HH As an Elementary Education and Speech Pathology major, Judy Har¬ mon maintained a 3.73 grade point and participated actively in organi¬ zations related to her major. She was President of Kappa Delta Pi honor¬ ary education society and served as delegate to the Kappa Delta Pi 1974 Nat ional Convention, as well as being a member of the Student Na¬ tional Education Association. A member of Alpha Chi Omega, Judy received the distinguished service award from her living group as well as serving as house manager, pledge class historian, third vice president, and first vice president. She was also Secretary of Associated Women Students, Chairman of the AWS Spring Festival, Mortar Board Sec¬ ond Vice President, and a member of Cardinal Key, delegate to the 1973 Cardinal Key National Convention, and Hallaballoo Hostess. A member of Delta Delta Delta, Jan Wallace was a Social Welfare major. She was a featured twirler for two years, cheerleader, and a member of the Arkansas Booster Club, Cardinal Key, Mortar Board, Orchesis, Social Welfare Action Group, Action Life, Order of Ome¬ ga, and was second runner up in the Miss University of Arkansas Pageant. Within her sorority she served as Standards Committee Chairman, Chaplain, Initiation Committee Chairman, and Service Projects Chairman. She was also Student President of the National Association of Social Workers, Staff Counselor at the Yellow Brick Road, and Young Life Counselor at Fay¬ etteville High School. A Child Development and Family Relations major from Newport, Rita Stitt was Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta, Treasurer of Panhel- lenic, Social Chairman for Black Americans for Democracy, Volun¬ teer Chairman of the Infant De¬ velopment Center, Social Chairman of Phi Upsilon Omicron, tutor for Uptown School, Director for the B.A.D. Choir, Pledge Dean for Delta Sigma Theta and News Editor for the B.A.D. Times. In addition to these, she was involved in hall gov¬ ernment at Reid for two years, a staff member at Nursery Day Care Cen¬ ter, and a member of RHA. As a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, Martha Adams participated actively with duties assigned by her house. She served as chaplain, and songleader. She was also on the Scholarship Committee, the Pledge Committee, the Courtesy Commit¬ tee and the Queens and Elections Committee of her sorority. While achieving a 3.7 grade point in Elementary Education, Martha joined and became active in Kappa Delta Pi, the Association for Child¬ hood Education, and the Student National Education Association. Martha also tutored area elementary students under the CONTACT Program, served as a babysitter for the SCAN (Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect) Program, and marched tor the March of Dimes. Martha was also a member of Schola Cantorum, Concert Choir, and Mortar Board. !— A Pre-vet major with a 3.96 grade point from Joplin, Missouri, Carol Volk was a Resident Assistant in Humphreys Hall. Carol was Presi¬ dent of Mortar Board, Vice Presi¬ dent of Cardinal Key, and a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta national pre-medical honorary, Kappa Delta Pi, and Alpha Lambda Delta. She was also an active tutor-counselor for the " Upward Bound " program, hall president, and a member of the American Science Foundation, and the UA Cycling Club. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Julie Morris served as Pledge Class President, Pledge Trainer, President and was a dele¬ gate to the national convention where she was chairman of the Courtesy Resolutions Committee as well as being area rush coordinator and serving on the personnel com¬ mittee, and scholarship committee of her house. A speech pathology major from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Julie maintained a 3.48 grade point. She served as Program Chairman for Chimes, Secretary of Cardinal Key, Secretary of ROTC Cadettes, and was a member of Mortar Board, Order of Omega, the Panhellenic Rush Steering Committee, As¬ sociated Women Students, and the Arkansas Booster Club. A graduate student in floricul¬ ture, Candy Williamson transferred from Auburn University where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi. Having been active at Auburn Uni¬ versity, Candy continued her cam¬ pus participation at the University of Arkansas as President of Kappa Delta Sigma off campus honorary. Vice President and Governing Board Representative for A.W.S., Treasurer and Graduate Advisor of Alpha Zeta, Captain of Freshman Cheerleaders, hall secretary, ASG student senator. Chairman of the ASG Academic Alternatives Com¬ mittee, Secretary and Newsletter Editor for the Horticulture Club, and Chairman of the A.W.S. Con¬ stitutional Revision Committee. She was also a member of the Razor- back Staff, Union Publicity Commit¬ tee, Board of Publications, and Fac¬ ulty Senate Council. A Resident Assistant at Pomfret Hall, Pat Suttle was an Arkansas Traveler staff writer, assistant news editor and news editor. A Journal¬ ism major from Houston, Pat main¬ tained a 3.84 grade point and was on the Dean ' s List for six semesters and the Presidents List for three semes¬ ters. She was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Kappa Tau Alpha, RHA J-Board, Sigma Delta Chi, and was Treasurer of Cardinal Key, ASG senator, and del¬ egate and discussion leader at the Midwest Association of College and University Residence Halls. A Physics major, Lowell Wilson served as Arkansas Union Govern¬ ing Board Chairman. He was also President of the Off Campus Stu¬ dent Association, Chairman of the ASG Academic Reform Committee, and Secretary-Treasurer of the Soci¬ ety of Physics Students. In addition to these, he was a member of the Arkansas Union Video Tape Com¬ mittee, Arkansas Union Special Projects Committee, Arkansas Union Coffeehouse Committee, and the Arkansas Union Frivolity Com¬ mittee. He also served on the ASG Academic Alternatives Committee, Alpha Phi Omega, Interservice Council, Faculty-Senate Admission Committee, and was a cast member in " The Thwarting of Baron Bolli- grew " . 106 A Psychology major from Fayette¬ ville, Fenner Upchurch was Presi¬ dent of Alpha Chi Omega. She was a lso Miss University of Arkansas and First runner-up for St. Patricia. In addition, she served as President °f Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice Presi¬ dent of her pledge class. Treasurer of Tau Beta Sigma, Corresponding Secretary of Cardinal Key, Assistant Calendar Editor of Mortar Board, Drill Captain of the Razorback Marching Band, Panhellenic Rush Chairman, and house manager and social chairman for her sorority. She w as also a member of Order of Omega and Wind Ensemble. She also won the Talent Award at the Miss Arkansas Pageant. A journalism major from Green¬ land, Connie Karnes served as Copy Editor for the 1975 Razorback , Stu¬ dent Senator, charter member of Kappa Delta Sigma off campus hon¬ orary, staff writer for the 2974 Razor- back , and Feature Writer for the Traveler for two years. She was very instrumental in getting a chapter of Sigma Delta Chi here and served as President of the organization. In addition tojhese, she was on the Union Coffeehouse Committee, the ASG Community Relations Com¬ mittee, and the ASG Constitution Revision Committee. She was also a delegate to the Southwest Jour¬ nalism Congress at Baylor Univer¬ sity and as a journalism intern with the Arkansas Gazette for two sum¬ mers. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kathy White received the Outstanding Freshman Chemistry Award, and was named Model Pledge, and first runner-up to Panhellenic Model Pledge. She was Secretary of Chimes, Musician of Mortar Board, Rush Chairman and Senior Penhellenic Representative for her sorority, Liason and Secre¬ tary for Angel Flight, Vice President of Order of Omega, fraternity little sister, and was a member of Cardi¬ nal Key, Arkansas Booster Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Student National Education Association. 107 A third year law student, Mike Vanderburg has been very active in student government. He served as ASG Senate President Pro-Tempore for one year and student senator for two years, and ASG Public Rela¬ tions officer. He was also chairman of the ASG Student Services Alloca¬ tion Committee, ASG Codification Committee, ASG Constitutional Revision Committee, and the ASG Traffic and Parking Committee. In addition to being a member of Fac¬ ulty Senate Council for two years Mike was on the Faculty Senate Council Agenda Committee and was an ASG Finance Committee member, and an ASG Legislative Relations Committee member. As an undergraduate student, Mike served as Resident Advisor, Gover¬ nor, Treasurer and floor president at Pomfret. He was also a member of Pershing Rifles, Alpha Phi Omega, Off Campus Students, and the Stu¬ dent Bar Association. A recipient of the 1974 Pi Beta Phi National Panhellenic Award, Marilynn Moseley was an active member of her sorority as well as Panhellenic. She served as pledge class social chairman, pledge trainer, social chairman, and was a member of the Executive Council for three consecutive years. As Panhel¬ lenic Rush Chairman, Marilynn worked extensively toward updat¬ ing and modernizing the current rush procedures. An English and Journalism major in the College of Education, Marilynn was a member of Kappa Delta Pi education honor¬ ary and Treasurer of the Student Na¬ tional Education Association for two years. Marilynn also served as Chairperson of the Board of Publica¬ tions, ASG Student Senator, Arkan¬ sas Traveler Staff Writer, member of the Senate Funds " B " committee, Faculty Senate Committee, Sigma Delta Chi, Interservice Council, and Arkansas Booster Club. A member of Delta Gamma from Osceola, Terry Wilson served as President, Assistant Rush Chair¬ man, and Rush Chairman of her sorority. As a journalism student, Terry served as Copy Editor for the Arkansas Traveler and Production Manager for Northwest Arkansas. In addition to these, she was a member of Cardinal Key, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi, the Panhellenic Rush Rules and Eligibility Commit¬ tee, and the Panhellenic Steering Committee. She also served as Trea¬ surer and Vice President of Lambda Chi Alpha Crescents, Treasurer of Press Club, Chairperson of the Panhellenic Constitutional Revision Committee, and Vice President of Kappa Tau Alpha. As a member of Sigma Alpha Ep¬ silon, Joe Cogdell became very ac¬ tive in the Interfraternity Council. He served as IFC representative from his house for three consecutive years as well as being Editor of the IFC Rush Book and IFC Recruitment Committee Chairman. He was Pres¬ ident of Cardinal XX, a member of Blue Key, and President of Order of Omega. He served on the Intercol¬ legiate Debate Team and was In¬ tramural Debate Champion during his sophomore year. Joe was also a student senator, as well as being an ASG presidential candidate. In ad¬ dition to these activities, Joe served on the Arkansas Union Programs Council. Majoring in Political Sci¬ ence, Joe managed to maintain a grade point of 3.42 and was on the Dean ' s List for three semesters. Majoring in Political Science, Tom Baxter managed to maintain a cumulative grade point of 3.89. As a result of this, he was on the Dean ' s List and the President ' s List for three consecutive years. He was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Cardinal XX, Pi Sigma Alpha, and served as Treasurer of Blue Key. As a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tom served as President, Little Sister Co¬ ordinator, Rush Chairman, Dele¬ gate to National Leadership School and Pledge Class Secretary- Treasurer. He was also a member of the Arkansas Booster Club, Young Democrats, ASG Bookstore Com¬ mittee, Arkansas Union Sym¬ posium Committee and the Inter¬ fraternity Council. 109 V jfe •x Tbcteufitf- tfaJC V. IJiJ? m i ■f " ' ' 1 ■Pi 1 124 Homecoming Court Queen Kim Crank, Pi Beta Phi Maids Vicki Hansen, Reid Hall Mellonee Carrigan, Off Campus Missy Sink, Kappa Kappa Gamma Jo Lynn Dennis, Futrall Hall Nena Fort, Delta Delta Delta Ginger Moore, Alpha Delta Pi Susan Young Dinah Gail Gant Agri Queen Miss BAD 126 Ctl Miss University of Arkansas June Ford Sorority Pledge Queen 127 Best of the Series In finishing up the three game series with Southern Cal, the Razorbacks played perhaps their finest game ever. The Trojan ' s quar¬ terback, Pat Haden, was lauded by USC coach John McKay as the best passer he had ever seen. The great passer connected on 6 out of 18 passes for 59 yards, and three 4 in¬ terceptions. Arkansas ' defense, led by sophomore linebacker Dennis Winston, held Heisman-candidate Anthony Davis and his mates to 154 yards. For his efforts, Winston was named National and SWC Defen¬ sive Player of the Week. Ike Forte showed his credentials in his first game as a Razorback by scoring the first points of the night on a 27 yard run. Anthony Davis sped 106 yards with the ensuing kickoff, but after that the Hog of¬ fense and defense combined to put away the 22-7 win. The Trojans rebounded from the loss, suffering only a loss during the rest of the season, to finish the year number one in the AP poll. r -w Arkansas 22-USC 7 131 OSU 26 - Arkansas 7 The Oklahoma State Cowboys took the joy out of the previous week ' s victory by defeating the Razorbacks for the second year in a row, this time by the score of 26-7. The offense couldn ' t seem to get un¬ tracked. A fumble on Arkansas ' first possession signaled the kind of night it was to be. Scott Bull led the team to a fourth-quarter score in a drive that featured several Bull scrambles and three straight fourth-down plays. On the next Razorback possession, however, the Cowboys intercepted and used up valuable time in scor¬ ing the first touchdown of the sea¬ son on the ground against the Hogs. Overall, the defense played excep¬ tionally, making the Cowboys settle for field goals instead of touch¬ downs. Wes Hankins of OSU returned a punt for a touchdown and this, combined with kicker Abby Daigle and the inconsistent Arkansas attack, had Arkansas fans wondering what had happened to their team. Arkansas 60 — Tulsa 0 With thirteen minutes gone in the game, QB Mark Miller sped 62 yards °n a sprint-out to begin the scoring avalanche which left Tulsa buried 60-0. After the opening touchdown, the Razorbacks scored a safety, a field goal, and six touchdowns in a row before letting the freshmen have some fun. And with Mike Kirk¬ land at QB, they scored a touchdown too. The scoring was led hy the Porker ' s alternating quarter- hacks, Miller and Scott Bull. Miller ' s second score came on a 1 yard sneak. Bull scored on a 1 yard run, a 2 yard run, and threw a 13 yard scoring strike to Matt Morrison. Ike Forte scored on a 4 yard run, Rolland Fuchs raced 11 yards for a score, and Elijah Davis ended the rout with a 1 yard dive. As if it needed to be said. Coach Broyles credited the Flog defense with the outcome of the game. Tulsa did not make a first down until late in the third period when the score was 53-0. Defensive tackle Chuck McKinney had a great day, recover¬ ing two fumbles inside the Hur¬ ricane 20. Arkansas 49 — TCU 0 Winston looked good . . . like a Razorback should. After somewhat of a slow start, the Razorbacks disposed of the TCU Homed Frogs with only a little more effort than was spent in last week ' s devastation of Tulsa. The defense had as its goal stopping the Frogs from gaining a first down or from scoring. The offense must have had some goals of its own and the com¬ bined concentration proved ruinous to Frog hopes. At halftime the Hogs led TCU in first downs by 13-1, in rushing 218-9, and in scoring 28-0. Arkansas scored three more times in the second half making the final score 49-0 and 8 quarters in which the Hogs had not been scored on. The scoring was led by Ike Forte and Mark Miller who each ran for two tallies. Barnabas White scored from 10 yards out and QB Scott Bull threw for two touchdowns, one of 74 yards to Freddie Douglas and the other a 20 yard strike to Elijah Davis. Before the TCU game the Razor- backs had gained only 19 yards in the air, but they came away from Fort Worth with 167 passing yards. Dennis Winston was named the SWC Defensive Player of the Week for the second time in the season after the game which was the 16th straight victory in the Hog-Frog series. 134 Baylor 21 — Arkansas 17 Against Baylor the Hogs scored °n a 45 yard pass from Mark Miller to Freddie Douglas, a 45 yard field goal by Steve Little, and a twisting, stretching 3 yard run by Barnabas White. This gave them a 17-14 lead a nd came after the Bears had roared to a 14-0 margin on two scoring plays by Philip Kent. The score by White came with just under eight minutes left in the game. The Bears began to move down the field, try¬ ing to regain the lead. At the Hog 31 the Bears needed 1 yard for a first down on a fourth down attempt. Jackson, the Baylor QB, was halted for no gain and Arkansas had the ball and the lead with just over 3 minutes in the game. Three plays later Mark Miller fumbled the center sna P giving Baylor the ball at the Arkansas 36. Baylor scored 7 plays later and went on to make ' 74 their year as they won the conference crown and appeared in the Cotton Bowl for the first time in 50 years. 135 Texas 38 — Arkansas 7 We went to Texas and got beat bad. ' Scuse our English; ' scuse our team. 136 Arkansas 43 — Colorado State 9 The Colorado State Rams pro¬ vided just the right type of oppo¬ nent the Hogs needed after the de¬ bacle in Austin. The Razorbacks went back to the basics and ended the night with 410 yards on a record 77 rushes and a pleasing scoreboard reading of 43-9. Ike Forte finished the night with 153 yards in 29 carries and 2 touchdowns. His longest run was 67 yards and went to the OSU 1 yard line, where Rolland Fuchs scored his second touchdown of the game. Steve Little kicked a 24 yard field goal but had two field goal and two extra-point attempts blocked by Ram Loren Mulkins. Vaughn Lusby ran for a two point conversion after Forte ' s second touchdown, and also accounted for a touchdown himself on a 10 yard run after a Miller lateral. Jerry Eckwood added to the excite- rnent by scoring a touchdown in his long-awaited collegiate debut. The Ram passing attack netted 329 yards but the Razorback defenders inter¬ cepted three times and recovered three fumbles. The opportunistic defense combined with the ground-gobbling offense made the outcome one which was never really in doubt. Texas A M 20 — Arkansas 10 The Razorbacks came away from College Station with yet another conference loss, a 20-10 setback to Texas A M. The Hogs and the Ag¬ gies both played good defense early in the first quarter but safety Floyd Hogan gave the ball to the Aggies on the Razorback 9 yard line by fum¬ bling a punt. Jerry Honore scored three plays later. Mark Miller moved the team 73 yards in seven plays and capped the drive with a 12 yard touchdown pass to Ike Forte. The Aggies reclaimed the lead with a 57 yard field goal to end the half. In the second half Ivan Jordan recovered a fumble at the A M 18, but even with Rolland Fuch ' s run to the 4, the Hogs had to settle for a Steve Little field goal. The Aggies took all the wind out of the Hog ' s sails when Jerry Honore raced 60 yards for the go-ahead score. Neither Miller nor Kirkland could lead the Hogs back and A M sealed the game with a field goal from the Razorback 23 making the final score 20-10. Arkansas 25 — Rice 6 Using a sound kicking game and a no-nonsense defense, the Razor- backs handily defeated the Rice Owls in the Homecoming battle 25-6. The defense was responsible for all of the 18-0 halftime lead and held Rice without a first down until the score had mounted to 25-0. The Razorbacks first scored when the defense stopped the Owls and Mark Miller led the offense 32 yards to the Rice 12 where Steve Little booted a 32 yard field goal. The Hogs got the ball right back when Brad Thomas recovered a fumble on the Owls ' 25 and Little kicked a 38 yard field goal. The Hogs followed this with a drive from the Arkansas 28 to the Rice 8 yard line where Little kicked his third field goal of the day, which tied the school record. The first touchdown of the game came after the Hogs fumbled the ball away at the Rice 3. The Owls could not move and on fourth down the Rice punter fumbled the snap allow¬ ing Freshman Doug Barwegen to pounce on it for the score. The Owls gave up two more points when QB Tommy Kramer fell to the turf in his end zone under pressure from Bri- son Manor. The Hogs scored once more in their most impressive drive of the day, a march of 56 yards in 18 plays, which was capped by Ike Forte ' s 1 yard plunge. Rice scored late in the game to make the final score 25-6. Arkansas 24 — SMU 24 The halftime score in the SMU game found Arkansas down by 17-0. Mike Kirkland, who had en¬ tered the game late in the second quarter, ignited a Porker rally when he ran around the left side of the line and into the clear for 91 yards, look¬ ing to be headed for a score until he was pushed out at the 6. Vaughn Lusby scored two plays later. Brison Manor recovered a fumble on the Pony 29 and when the drive stalled at the 11 Steve Little kicked a 29 yard field goal. The defense held SMU and Floyd Hogan brought back a punt to the Mustang 37 where Kirk¬ land and receiver Freddie Douglas connected on a scoring pass to tie the score. The Hogs were jolted when Arthur Whittington returned the kickoff 100 yards for a touch¬ down. Mike Kirkland managed to lead the Razorbacks 71 yards in 17 plays and cap the drive with a 2 yard plunge. Just over 4 minutes re¬ mained in the game and the Porker defense held SMU to one first down, giving the offense the ball with just over one minute to play. The Hogs could only get close enough to let Little try a 61 yard field goal. Little failed to propel the waterlogged pig¬ skin far enough and the game ended in a tie, once again keeping the Razorbacks from going to the Lib¬ erty Bowl. M Arkansas 21 — Texas Tech 13 Arkansas combined a determined defense, a great kicking game, and the powerful running of Ike Forte with Texas Tech ' s offensive miscues to claim a 21-13 victory over the Peach Bowl-bound Raiders. Texas Tech wasted scoring opportunities deep in Porker territory when Larry Isaac fumbled twice. The Raiders also missed two field goals. Arkan¬ sas was able to put together only one drive in the first half, but used Steve Little ' s 47 yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead at halftime. In the third period Tech managed to eliminate costly bobbles and drove to a score on Billy Taylor ' s 2-yard plunge. The Hogs drove back down the field and reached the 15 yard line when Little kicked a 32 yard field goal. The Hog defense then held Tech without a first down and when the offense got the ball back the offensive line blocked to perfection, enabling Forte and the other backs to thunder down the field. Forte scored from 17 yards out and frosh Vaughn Lusby ran for the two-point conversion giving Arkansas a 14-7 lead. The Raiders drove down the field to try and tie the score but two incomple¬ tions killed the drive. Forte then ran the ball 9 times for 65 yards and a touchdown. With the score stand¬ ing at 21-7, Tech scored with 5 sec¬ onds on the clock to end the game. 141 142 Sutton and his ' 75 Roundball Story The sports tradition of Arkansas during the last two decades has been one rich with tradition and glorious moments. Those moments however, have largely occur¬ red on the gridiron, not the diamond, the pool, or the basketball court. The last time the Arkansas Razorbacks won any part of the SWC basketball crown was in 1958. The coach of the team in those halcyon days was Glen Rose. Rose coached Arkansas into the dominant force in the conference for several years. His successor, Duddy Waller, had been an assistant at Arkansas for some time. Waller coached here during Arkansas ' rise to national prominence in football. Those were lean days indeed for Arkansas basketball. Waller ' s successor, Lanny Van Eman, was an assistant at Iowa. Van Eman tried to turn basketball around at the school and had, at best, moder¬ ate success. His first two teams compiled 5-21 and 8-18 records. His ' 73 team finished 16-10 and tied for second in the conference with a 9-5 mark. Van Eman resigned after the ' 74 season which was somewhat of a disap¬ pointment to Arkansas fans with aroused and rising expectations. It was after the ' 74 season that Arkansas saw the need to balance the athletic program and up¬ grade basketball. Athletic Director Frank Broyles con¬ sulted a number of his colleagues noted for their basket¬ ball knowledge. They recommended a man they consid¬ ered one of the top young coaches in the nation. The man ' s name: Eddie Sutton. Sutton, a protege of the great Henry Iba, was the coach and Athletic Director at Creighton. Sutton ' s team had beaten the SWC winner, Texas, in the first game of the NCAA regional in ' 74. In line with the commitment to upgrade the program, Sut¬ ton was named Athletic Director in charge of basketball. Also, a promise was made to remodel Barnhill Field- house, a relic when compared to the arenas of most " powers. " Arkansas fans began to anticipate the coming of the season. The Hogs opened the season with two wins, 78-61 over Rockhurst and 75-72 over Mississippi State. The next two games forced premature dreamers to the ground as the team dropped games to Western Kentucky 74-63, and Mississippi 84-73. The Hogs used the rest of the non-conference schedule to post a .500 record. An inauspicious start to be sure, but one which laid the groundwork for the conference schedule. The non¬ conference games were important in that the players learned to play with each other. Only one, Rickey Med- lock, had been a regular starter. Robert Birden had log¬ ged some time at guard the previous season but the other three starters were transfers playing their first year at Arkansas. Ken Allison transferred from Western Ken¬ tucky because of a mistake by the Ohio Valley Confer¬ ence Commissioner in interpreting the conversion of his college admission scores. He was free to play anywhere else immediately and he chose Arkansas. Charles Terry transferred from Hutchinson Jr. College to become the seond Terry brother to play for the Hogs. Daryll Saulsberry came to Arkansas from Yavapai Jr. College. Along with a new coach comes a new style of play and the first twelve games of the season allowed the players to adjust to the new system. In contrast to the run and gun teams of Van Eman, the Sutton brand of ball was marked by deliberate shot selection and a pressing, ag¬ gressive defense. Two games which indicated that the team was begin¬ ning to jell were the 84-75 win over Oklahoma City and a 73-71 overtime loss to Kansas State at Manhattan. Kansas State went on to have a very successful season and ad¬ vanced far into the NCAA tournament. The Hogs seemed to be ready for the conference race. The first league contest for the team was a stupendous 65-62 win over Texas Tech. The game was played at Barnhill which was filled with screaming fans and a new manifestation: Football players rooting their lungs out. They became known as the Madhatters and the Overall Gang. The team then hit the road for three away games. Sutton questioned the fairness of the schedule which allowed this to happen. It almost didn ' t matter as SMU and Rice fell 73-69 and 74-67. The third game however, was against Baylor and the Hogs fell 73-69. The team now held a 3-1 conference record and owed a great deal to its spread offense. The spread offense is simply a super-deliberate style which is designed to do one of two things: draw a foul from a defender who is forced to come out for the ball or lull the defense to sleep and hit an open man breaking for the basket. The Razorbacks returned to Arkansas for two home games. In the first Texas fell 56-52. Arkansas now faced A M in a showdown of conference leaders. The match was regionally televised and proved to be one of the most exciting games of the year in the SWC. The lead changed hands throughout the game and neither team could pull away. It took two overtimes before Arkansas could assume co-leadership of the conference with a 95-89 count. A M triumphed 62-60 in the rematch at College Station, but this was one of only two losses the rest of the year. The team lost the rematch with Tech 63-55. At this time the Hogs were a six-man team. Saulsberry had injured his knee in a 81-57 win over TCU and Jack Schulte had to step in full time at center. Freshman Marvin Delph starred in a relief role at guard or forward. The success of the team was remarkable considering the horrible depth they possessed. The Hogs blitzed the last four opponents; Rice 81-56, SMU 72-50, Texas 68-56, and Baylor 84-63. With the Baylor victory, the Razorbacks completed their best season since 1958 and their best league mark since 1944. The team set various individual, team, and conference records. Senior Rickey Medlock broke the free throw marks set by Porker Tommy Boyer. Senior Kent Allison was a consensus All-SWC selection. Allison and Bullock of Tech were the only SWC players on the District Six team. Medlock and his backcourt mate, Robert Birden were each named to various All-SWC teams. Team and conference records came from the great shooting of the Hogs. The team hit 53.0 of their shots in the entire season, and 54.0 in SWC play. Additional lustre to an already bright season came when Sutton was named Coach of the Year in the conference. After the season Arkansas ' fledgling basketball fans were angered with the exclusion of the team from a post-season tournament. Although Sutton and Tech coach Gerald Myers were critical of the SWC office for not promoting the two second-place teams properly, one must see the viewpoint of the selection committees. In the past in this football-oriented conference the cream of the crop has proven itself to be mostly water. Why choose the second-place team when the champion does as poorly as ours? If the SWC is to rise to any degree of respectability in basketball, it must rid itself of the ob¬ session with football. Coach Sutton has shown that Ar¬ kansas can be a winner in the conference. His remaining challenge is a large one: to bring Arkansas and the SWC into the national sportlight. 143 Basketball 144 145 Eddie Sutton, SWC Coach of the Year Keeps players, officials, and fans on their toes 146 148 149 Baseball Coach, Norm DeBriyn 151 ■ 3 3 ; I mmm % £ s L ;• . , « ' j?v . v V . 4 i. i £ % $ ■ : w$- «V$5 feflfjW . VV« |U4 v ♦v« 152 Wmm WmtM [111 I B , 1 H 1 11— I : Mi " 3 m ■ l | } | m M ff ;; f 1 . j M. ; v TSIVI Track Coach, Ed Renfrow 154 155 Tennis Coach, Jeff Cook 157 158 Golf Coach, Bob Slusarek 159 160 £ taa V; ■ ' 4 ¥ : i ' Igag|| uFSSSl ■ ; i8!tea® ■P-,. Swimming and Diving Coach, Ed Fedosky 161 Frank Broyles, the man who raised Arkansas to football respectability -MStilhi the man who will do the same for basketball, Eddie Sutton win Ai3dvs »vac»t Mvao •OAK TRI X PAN FILM iffjr ' . ' ,. - f 1 j m-j ml llfltf IK flr 3 m JHR H W HLttJnf v XrV ' i 7 f ’V n -—-! » w . ® r - r i • | sylp 1 i isif R 1 V rS ' . , 2 TT ml p?iP kf ••■ H -! , Iffl 5K ; an !■ n i 3 5 i. p }•? f $? : Red, NMhite Black As you enter the double glass doors, you see a sign that says " Wilson Sharp House " in steel letters. Walking in, the first thing you probably notice is the razorback red carpet and the pale green doors (why pale green we will never know for sure) with numbers like 125,129, 225 and on and on. Behind these doors live students, stu¬ dents known more by their names than by their I.D. number. These students are football and basketball players and a few other sportsmen who ' ve earned a room in a dormitory that has become a legend in its own time. Some are short and fat, tall and slim, white and black. The only thing they have in common is that sometime during their college career, these students wear red. Red and Wilson Sharp have become synonymous throughout the UofA ' s history. But red, white and black haven ' t been a part of this history. Due to recent trends in keeping the Black " super jocks " in the state, Blacks in large numbers have become a part of Wilson Sharp, and thus far have been widely accepted by the major portion of the state. One of these athletes said that he wanted to stay in the state because the UofA had more to offer him, and be¬ sides he was impressed with Arkansas ' football tradition which had not included blacks. Even though accepted, the Black athlete hasn ' t fit in with tradition or the rest of the Black students. So many say. " It ' s more of a communication gap than anything else, " said one of Arkansas ' own black athletes. " Most athletes have a sense of arrogance about them which makes it harder for them to get along with other stu¬ dents. It ' s not that we don ' t try, but we ' re not given the chance — or at least a fair chance. For some strange reason other students think we ' re different. " Wilson Sharp is somewhat of an isolated place. Sure, it s only a few steps south of the Fulbright area and a few steps northwest of the Brough area. But being located on frat row makes it somewhat hard for black athletes to move into the mainstream of black campus life. " There ' s no other life for me during the football sea¬ son. Football is no bed of roses. During the off-season there ' s fourth quarter conditioning and trying to find something to do so that we ' ll feel more like black stu¬ dents, " said one black athlete. Of course there is a stereotype of the black athlete. Super stud, dumb-witted, big, small, ugly, good- looking and those whose only conversation is football or basketball. The black side of Wilson Sharp includes stu¬ dents from as far away as Trenton, New Jersey, to as close to home as Fort Smith. They ' re majoring in every¬ thing from Physical Education to Electrical Engineering. They party, study, listen to classical music or the Ohio Players, play dominoes — and incidentally, play some damn good football and basketball. Some athletes feel the attitudes of most students are changing. " It ' s closing more, " one said, " there ' s a new attitude. I think athletes have made a move to break the ice. It ' s up to the students now; we ' re all up here together for the same purpose — a degree. Only with me it ' s a degree and pro ball. " Many black students may wonder why any black athlete would want to come to a school with the reputa¬ tion of the UofA. One athletic explained, " I wanted to play, plus the people in Arkansas are football crazy. It might sound stupid, but I ' m a Razorback first and a student last. Many athletes wonder, after they get up here, why they are here — especially after a disappoint¬ ing freshman or red-shirt year. All the students think we have everything so easy, when it ' s actually hard. They don ' t realize that being a college athlete isn ' t like it was in high school. " 166 167 Arkansas has lost and will lose some top-notch athletes to other states. Yet, by the same token, they ' ve taken some top black athletes from other states. The image that this group of " razorblacks " has is one of an isolated group. They can be great individuals when they ' re given the chance. Will the UofA send many of these black athletes into the ranks of the pros? If this year is any indication, the future is very bright. All three graduating black seniors were drafted. Will this group continue to represent blacks and Arkansas — not only making red, white and black a tradition at Wilson Sharp, but all over the state? Only time will tell. 168 169 WHOLE HOG, H 1LF H 1NK Come rain or come shine, but usually come rain, the UofA Razor- back cheerleaders were definitely " visible " during the football and basketball season. Led by squad captains Paula Marinoni and Lyle Hartz, the Razorback cheerleaders made their first appearance at the annual red- white game during the spring of ' 74, after their selection in March. Then came the fun part, practic¬ ing six days a week to prepare for cheerleader camp held during the summer in Hattisburg, Mississippi. Practice paid off, and the UofA cheerleaders brought back a trophy proclaiming them District Cham¬ pions of the National Spirit and Sportsmanship Association. From their faces throughout the year, the cheerleaders sported ex¬ pressions of joy, sorrow, anguish of defeat and disappointment at the turnout for both pep rallies and games. This year ' s squad consisted of several " experienced " members. Captain Paula Marinoni is a third year letter " woman " and has been captain for two years. Lyle Hartz and Missy Sink have called the Hogs professionally for two years. Three former freshman cheer¬ leaders, Brenda Box, Sara Schreit and Kris Shepherd, moved up into the varsity ranks. Scott Biggs, Chuck Taylor, Kim Brawner and Bill Skelly broke into the ranks as cheerleaders for the first time this year. So if it was leading the world fam¬ ous hog call, trying to keep up school spirit or trying to smile while being drenched by rain, the UofA cheerleaders were one group that was heard and " very visible " throughout the year. 170 172 Story by Rodney Glidewell Razorback Sports Editor and Certified Basket Case The blare and glare of the brass, the rolls and paradiddles of the drums, and the wiggles, shimmies, and bump grinds of the majorettes . . . What does it mean? Well, for 153 people it means over eight hours a week practicing a half-time show that will be over in a matter of minutes come Saturday. For their efforts The Band " receives only nominal recognition. Here then is a closer lo ok at those unheralded musicians. The Marching Razorback Band. " 1HE EMND 173 174 Believe it not, " bandies " are human, yet there must be something in their psychological makeup that allows them to suffer inclement weather, directors, and fans. Perhaps it ' s the glamorous TV appearances and the accolades of kinfolk. (The majority of the band are freshmen or sophomores to whom the thin veneer of stardom has not yet worn out. Those who remain in band for three years or more are either future band directors, certified basket cases, or are paying off elec¬ tion bets.) Perhaps the band is so large (?) because of the reputation of the out-of-state Texas trips. A great deal of emotion is expended during the game, and the philosophy of the majority is " Get drunk to celebrate or get drunk to forget. " Of late the band has been relying on the amnesiac qualities of alcohol rather than using it for all-out merrymaking. In the past five years on those Texas trips, the Razorbacks have lost three times, tied once, and won once. As I ' ve claimed before, " bandies " are human, but playing for all home games and televised appearances of the team gets to be a real chore near the end of the season. Consequently, some members of the " number one spirit organization on campus " have been known to root against the Razorbacks when a victory would mean a minor bowl appearance and the interruption of holiday plans. I seem to have left one topic out. Ah yes! Music. Well perhaps it would have been better if I had. If you ' ve been bored by the music on AM radio, just wait a year and the Razorback Band will bore you with it every Saturday for half-time. In conclusion, it must be said that calling the March¬ ing Razorbacks " The Band " is like calling this school " The University. " 176 See Dick run. See Dick win. See Dick Being cheered by hundreds of fans. Woman ' s sports are years behind men ' s sports. Years ago men ' s sports had what their sisters have today. And that is? Merely the opportunity to participate and com¬ pete in organized sports for the sheer enjoyment and personal satisfaction. The women ' s athletic program began in 1965 and has been funded by the university since 1972. Perhaps in twenty years women ' s sports will be a big business, but at present women who want to participate come out and do so. There is no recruiting (and no scholarships) nor the fanatical pressure to win. The program is not connected with the Athletic Depart¬ ment. The women ' s athletic program includes swim¬ ming, volleyball, golf, gymnastics, cross country, track, tennis, and archery and bowling in postal competition. See Jane run. See Jane win. See Jane being congratulated By her coach. Granted, men who compete in swimming, tennis, track, etc. are not the most famous personages on campus, but at least they have the facilities to carry on their appointed sports. The women ' s program has barely enough funds to pay for equipment. As if this were not enough they have to worry about missing some meets because of the possibility of not having enough transportation to get there. The women ' s athletic program desperately needs some mode of transporation which is solely theirs and not the common property of various groups on campus as is the case at present. Presumably, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, as it pertains to athle¬ tics, will eliminate such disparities between men ' s and women ' s programs. 177 1 Wm , 1 nn K! r ' MB , t i " Ruth Cohoon, Coordinator of Women ' s Intercollegiate Sports Paula Stockus, Coach, Swimming and Track Emile Pearce, Coach, Golf Deb Billingsley, Coach, Tennis and Volleyball Joyce Graening, Coach, Cross Country Nancy Lowe, Coach, Gymnastics Betty Wallace, Coach, Archery 179 Board of Trustees Fred Vorsanger Dr. Raymond Miller Louis L. Ramsey, Jr. Charles W. Oxford, Executive Vice President Charles E. Bishop, President William F. Denman, Vice President for Student Affairs Fred S. Vorsanger, Vice President for Business Palmer C. Pilcher, Vice President for Academic Aff 184 Jack W. Woody, Treasurer O. J. Rinnert, Business Manager Dennis Chappell, Assistant Business Manager Robert R. Carney, Controller 185 Lawrence J. Slamons; Director, Department of Public Safety Joseph C. Talley; Superintendent, Physical Plant Royal V. Pope; Director, Libraries Carter A. Short, Registrar 186 William W. Hughes, Director of Information Elton H. Donaubauer; Director, University Development Fred J. Taylor, Director of Institutional Research Warren S. King, Internal Auditor 187 Jim E. Shankle; Director, Computer Services 188 John Rosso; Director, Alumni Association Karl R. Leffler; Director, Personnel Services 189 190 What ' s your opinion of Senate? Posing the question to a dozen or so average UofA students brought the follow¬ ing responses: " It doesn ' t make a bit of difference to me. " " It ' s full of shit. " " No comment. " " If you could figure out what they do, maybe it ' d be worthwhile. " " What do they do, anyway? " " I don ' t think it ' s equally representative of the Uni¬ versity campus. " " Its power structure is much too large, and it ' s only vaguely representative of the true University student body. " " It ' s something to do on Tuesday nights. " " I can ' t watch M A S H if I go. " " People only get involved in it for Who ' s Who applica¬ tions. " " Huh? . . . That about says it. " " I think they sit on their asses and howl at the moon. " " Isn ' t that what Wilbur Mills is? " " There are a few people who wanted to get things done and got in it for that. " " I think it could be disbanded, and nobody would even miss it. " " It doesn ' t directly affect me. " na, ■ f JL Almost every Tuesday night around 6 or 6:30 a group of students get together in the Union. Their meeting place is always in a couple of rooms around the ballroom. Whether it ' s M412 or M418, it always seems that those attending go the wrong way to get there. A little about th e people who attend these get- togethers. First of all they wear the same brand, " Senators. " That ' s what their house, dorm, or ' Other living group told them they were after their election. Not many are sure of what the title, " Senator, " entails. The ideal of " representing your living group " is more of a farce than " justified democratic representation. What it boils down to is that you vote the way you want on whatever issue comes up. You don ' t normally run right out and take a poll of your fellow dormies or what¬ ever as to how these constituents ' heads set on a ques¬ tion. You just vote. Sometimes it ' s because that ' s how the guy next to you voted. (You know. You wait to see when he ' s going to raise his hand, and then you raise yours. It ' s really not hard to do.) Those " questions " that " Senators " vote on is another matter deserving of our attention. Who actually thinks the price of cloves in who-knows-where is a major issue for the students at the Uof A? Now really, folks, don ' t you think it ' s time something was done about the parking situation, the rip-off of students by the bookstores each semester, and the " Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World " be¬ tween the library and Union, etc.? Leadership in the past has been, well, less than adequate. This year it has shown some improvement. But, if you ' ll excuse a little play on words, " You ' ve not come a long enuf way. Baby! " To many who become involved, being " Senator " is something to put behind their name on a Who ' s Who application. To others, planning to be or currently en¬ rolled in law school, it ' s a practice field. Sure, many hours of labor (sometimes only minutes it appears) go into the formulation of bills, resolutions, and whatever other types of Memos the " Senators " draw up. Wonder how many are filed under " T " for trashcan? How much attention does the administration. Board of Trustees, legislature, and whoever else is connected with the Power Tower over there, pay to the all-fired " Senate " ? 193 194 ASG Jerry Lawson, President " Just, what does ASG do? " This is a question heard frequently by students who are associated with student government. Often when this question is asked, about thirty seconds are provided for an answer. One might begin with the rec center: the lobbying with the state legislators, the long distance phone calls to the governor, the plans that have been drawn up, the survey of other state and local facilities, and the audio-visual presenta¬ tion made at the Legislative Breakfast sponsored by ASG. Then, there has been the work with handicapped stu¬ dents, campus architects, and President Bishop, which resulted in the change of a $50 parking fee to $5 for these students, easier accessibility to buildings, and a new organization formed to provide an outlet for these stu¬ dents to air their problems. One might continue by looking at what has been done in the area of consumer affairs. Having been able to develop a good relationship with Arkansas Consumer Research, ASG has been able to research and examine students ' complaints more completely. ASG also spon¬ sored visits by agents of the Internal Revenue Service. In the way of insurance ASG sells student health insurance, and did a great deal of research checking out life insur¬ ance companies and their dealings with UA students. A result of this is the new state law that requires all life insurance companies that wish to deal with students on campus to register with the Dean ' s office and provide particulars. ASG also prints a Housing Directory to acquaint stu¬ dents with alternative forms of housing to help them determine what best suits them. " Well, what about academics? " ASG has presented a proposal for Academic Mediation to the Faculty Senate. This system should provide a means by which students can air their grievances about a grade, general policies, or incidents. ASG is also in the process of working to¬ ward mandatory faculty-course evaluation. Forms are being composed, procedures checked out, and provi- Administrative Aids, Row 1: Jean Hopkins, Stan Cotton. Row 2: Marlin Partney. Not Pictured: Jeannie Collyge. sions made for such a process. ASG has also done re¬ search and sought funds for an emergency book loan fund. This will provide students next year with a way to borrow money for the purchase of books to be paid back later. There, that ' s not easy to say in thirty seconds! We hope that next time it will be even harder! [ mi , ' M « Mi r j lU|S1 -r I Department Directors, Row 1: Roberta Boyd, Department of Student Life; Shelley Edelen, Department of Environmental Affairs; Liz McAlhany, Depart¬ ment of Academic Affairs. Row 2: Bill Farmer, Department of Administrative Affairs; Ed Lynch, Department of Public Relations; Joe Erwin, Department of Consumer Affairs. FMfe 5 ; A- mm] 1 11 J nH BL } vVi i Senators are: Alice Rumph, Roxanne Thomas, Mark Phillips, Tom Pierson, Sarah Basham, Debbie Holland, Art Meripol, John Tribulak, Roberta Boyd, Janie Collyge, John Griffee, Ronnie Gardner, %le Killings worth, Marilynn Moseley, Brad Fields, Brian Pantier, Cathy Fair, Terry LeFevre, Char Bankston, Rosie Fairhead, Richard Peek, Mark Waldrip, Shannon Leach, Hal McAfee, Clint Brazel- |on, James Summerfield, Terry Clayton, Janice Meggers, Walt Hudson, Steve Murry, Barry Smith, Darlynn Roan, Sam Meyer, Jill Brakefield, Cumalee Nunn, Jean Hopkins, Stephanie Riley, Winston Tubb, Barb Baker, Nancy McCain, Larry Brady, Ken Harrell, Randy Dennis, Pat Suttle, Nancy Shackleford, Cary Stoneman, Kevin Kirkpatrick, Dan Jeske, Tom Holt, Stanley Cotton, Miles fimmerman, George Rhoads, David Armstrong, Janet Mosely, Pat Keogh, Becky Seaton, Becky smith. Bob DeWalt, Chiquita Babb, Marlin Partney, Larry Smith, Robert Higginbotham, Doug Headway, Billy Jackson, Jerry Ryan, Bill Overby, Phil Thompson, Jeff Tenant, Kris Hanthorne, Sandy Karstetter, Gary Lewis, Charley Penix, Dee Wayne Hency, Jerry Ware, George Wise, Terry Lamb, Spann Wilson, Wayman Bell, Bob Dunseath, Fred Fultineer, Connie Karnes, Paul Meier, Lynn Tull, Morris Sylvester, Neill McDonald, Matt Mendenhall, George Oleson, Douglas Wester- an d, Debbie Uhlis, Lee Sing, Mike Meuwly, Candy Williamson. Joyce Melton, Secretary Lynn Harris, Press Secretary Greg Walker, Treasurer Mike Vanderburg, President Pro Tempore H. L. McGill, Union Governing Board Rep¬ resentative 195 Board Of Publications 196 Marilynn Moseley, Chairman Susan Watts, Secretary Dave Baer, Editor, Arkansas TRAVELER Bob Barnes, Director, Arkansas Union Dana Bone, RHA Representative Walter Brown, Faculty-Senate Representative Dennis Chappell, University Business Ernie Deane, Journalism Dept. Representative Larry Graves, Editor, Arkansas TRAVELER Wm. Hughes, Director of Information Tracey Nelson, Panhellenic Representative Paul Pitts, RHA Representative Tammi Reed, Off-Campus Representative O. J. Rinnert, University Business Manager Betty Tucker, Editor, Arkansas RAZORBACK Randy Wilhite, IFC Representative Candy Williamson, Off-Campus Representative Don Burke, Director, Union Programs 197 THE ARKANSAS Editor, First Semester Dave Baer THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER Second Class Postage Paid at Fayetteville, Ar. 72701 Hill Hall University of Arkansas Telephone: (501) 575-3406 Editor, Second Semester Associate Editor Overtis Hicks 198 Chief Photographer Jim Sutherland Associate Editor Sally Kirby Entertainment Doug Treadway : I Advertising Sales Terry Dasner Terry Condren Gary Featherston Entertainment Jack Stone Staff Artists Reva Castleberry Gary Chancey Business Manager Perry Johnston Assistant Bus. Manager Karen Jones Circulation Managers Clint Beane Kit Dolan Sports Editor David Lanier Writers Ellen Maurer Sharann Bass Laura Jansen Pat Suttle Charlie Hughes Chris Krueger Greg Mills Bill Paddack Bob Pierce Candy Williamson 199 200 A TRAVELER Editorial Dear Reader: By the time you read this my days as editor of The ARKANSAS TRAVELER will be over. During the short 4 V 2 months that I held this position, I have come to know the limitations and the potential of your campus news¬ paper, but my emphasis is on the potential. The University community is a wellspring of interest¬ ing, exciting and important news that has been virtually untapped; some of that news is vital. It remains for diligent writers and cooperative sources to gamer this news. The TRAVELER HAS the potential to do this. The TRAVELER can, indeed it must, strive to reach all areas of the campus and to touch all persons regardless of disciplines, age, race, or sex. The TRAVELER has the potential to do this and should draw upon the whole student body to accomplish this. Normally, a college newspaper is judged by the stu¬ dents, sometimes constructively, sometimes harshly. This is where the student comes in. The student should judge the paper, and if he or she has a gripe or sugges¬ tion to make, make it. Walk right into the editor ' s office and tell the editor about something that you feel should be covered in the paper. The editor is really working for you, or if he isn ' t, he should be fired. In other words, make your newspaper work for you. A college newspaper should be a defender of the stu¬ dents, faculty, and administration, in that order. The newspaper should do the fighting for the student ' s rights and should not expect a great deal of thanks in return because it is the newspaper ' s job. The ARKANSAS TRAVELER can be one of the most interesting and exciting publications in the world. But one woman or man can ' t make it into the newspaper it is capable of being. It takes talent, skill, and people with the guts to crawl out of a warm bed at 2:30 on a winter morning to take a picture of a fire on Dickson Street. That same picture will occupy the reader ' s eye for less than three seconds, but it will help him to understand what went on while he was sleeping. College students have a great talent for looking at tradition with a skeptical eye; they combine their skepti¬ cism with their optimism in a search for solutions to complex problems. This talent must be utilized in the TRAVELER, and in the past, publication of unpopular truths or unexplored alternatives has met with resis¬ tance, but change can only come about through truth. Students, alumni, and campus community members, stand behind your newspaper, work with your news¬ paper, make your newspaper responsible to you, and when the time comes, fight for your newspaper. Adios, Lary Graves, Editor 201 fkacfc A- TwcAerj £d rcr Busings met no on n i Su-fhcf I Cl r d Ur lef P} o4-o r ph ) Cohni- Kairv t. Co nj 6lU £, K;Cil pRvck ' Terr W ) fkivcr+U 1 CTcsjce 1 T)e-i4-cr " b i ZytC. See rt U r 1 f 4—jS|| 1 ... ) |. a _Ej |-jr— 1hH| | " 1 Jim Borden Jim Sutherland, Chief Photographer David Speer Don Cowan Traveler- Razorback Photographers 204 Mike Neal This is KUAF 88.9, at the Univer¬ sity of Arkansas, bringing you pro¬ gressive music 19 hours everyday. Bull. There is nothing less progres¬ sive than a steady diet of 3 year old Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, and Emerson, Lake Palmer. It ' s enough to make one forsake the Youth Generation and start collect¬ ing Spike Jones records. Quality radio isn ' t really the main reason for 206 the station ' s existence. KUAF is a workshop allowing broadcast- journalism majors to gain experi¬ ence and, hopefully, a job upon graduation from the program. This is a fairy tale. Recently a graduate of the program tried to get a job i n broadcasting in a major city and, when she mentioned her alma ma¬ ter, was quickly shown the door. 207 It is no wonder then, that the at¬ mosphere around the station is sometimes less than amiable. Bic¬ kering, backstabbing, and bitching are the order of most any day or night. A chief gripe is the state of the facilities which are housed in an old 2 -story house. A familiar comment is, " You mean this is the radio sta¬ tion? " Another gripe frequently tossed out is the fact that the faculty ' station manager is a former sales¬ man for Proctor Gamble. And so on. KUAF does provide variety to the dismal fare to be found on the other stations in the area if you ' re lucky enough to get the right D.J. In fact, in January KUAF experienced a dramatic rise in its listening audi¬ ence. KKEG left the air. 208 209 The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels Changes made in the military de¬ partments on campuses across the nation, as well as at the UofA, have affected the quality and quantity of cadets who affiliate with ROTC. These changes and affects have amounted to favorable results. Talk¬ ing to Army Col. James Davis and Air Force Col. Bill Chatfield, it was concluded that the quantity of cadets is higher now that ROTC is not mandatory, although fewer stu¬ dents are involved in the program. One new development in the ROTC programs is that it is now open to women students. Both the cadre and cadets have had to make an adjustment, but it is a sign of the times, and both colonels agree that women are in the military to stay. As Col. Davis put it, " There are many duties in the military that The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels The Colonels women can do and should ' ve been doing for years. Until the women ' s lib movement this wasn ' t recog¬ nized. " He added that, " It takes thirteen people behind the lines to support one man in combat. At least half of the thirteen could be women. " In regard to discontinuation of mandatory ROTC, Col. Chatfield said that " The cadets we get now are truly volunteers. Their only in¬ ducement is to take a look at the Air Force as a career possibility. " Commenting on a totally volunteer armed forces. Col. Chatfield said. As long as we get a representative slice of American people, it ' s a much better situation. It has opened the doors and made the society much freer on campuses. " Air Force ROTC Air Force ROTC Staff Air Force Staff, Row 1: Col. William E. Chatfield, Maj. Billy G. Geren, Maj. Jack E. Bailey, Capt. Vic Barnett, Jr. 212 Air Force ROTC Non-Commissioned Officers Air Force Non-Commissioned Officers; TSgt. Ronald D. Reining, TSgt. Johnny N. Green, SSgt. Michael Cothren. Air Force ROTC Commanders Air Force Commanders: Mark Anderson, Col. Chatfield, Danny Dees. 213 Air Force Seniors NCWS »£ y- tiLm ' lfl!B | ! - t ' •flcm - j JL ' wIP-».«L !■■ ' • frl L. ' Mf l P jKf PI ’ ' y 9A kgjjl fly ■ I iytrrft .• kSBBw v Air Force Seniors, Row 1: David Thomas, Danny Dees, Charles Frost, Phil Greezley, Dusty Kennemore, Ben Westbrook. Row 2: Will Beavers, Bill Wilkin¬ son, Arvil Hebert, David Pierce, Robert Pitts, Bruce Lockhart, Mark Anderson, Rod Presley, Dwight Johnson, Dennis Berry, Ron Merritt. Row 3: Mike Soller, Bill Collier. 214 Arnold Air Society Arnold Air Society, Row 1: Nancy Calloway, Phil Greezley, Steve Cupps, Randy Nelson, John Davis, Richard Lumpkin, Craig McDaniel, Mark Humohr. 215 Angel Flight 216 Angel Flight, Row 1: Baylus Stuckey, Susan Owens, Connie Frenz, Nancy Hastings, Holly Graves, Vicki Vanzandt, Connie Tucker, Ann Snowden, Ginger Moore. Row 2: Roberta Boyd, Mary Ruth Howell, Mary Hess, Patti Lieblich, Gail Hutchison, Flo Girgsby, Paula Irwin, Suzanne Sulcer, Abbey Leggett, Kathy Hudgens. Not Pictured: Christy Kalder, Lesa Lackey, Mary Stobaugh, Christie Stobaugh, Susan Owens, Jerre Biggs. 217 Army ROTC Col. James Davis 218 Army ROTC Cadre Army ROTC Cadre, Row 1: SSG Young, SP-5 Monroe, MSG Howard, SGM Griffin. Row 2: COL Davis, MAJ DeMont, LtC Vinson, CPT Battles, CPTHill. Army Brigade Staff HarT Staff, Row 1: Bill Browers, Jon Safren, Jerry Pownall, Robert Cook. Row 2: David Chambers, Ray Offenbacker, John Lewis, Ray Roberson, ls ' John Jacobs. Not Pictured: David Namard, Steve Kerr, David Wall, Bob MU, 219 Scabbard and Blade Scabbard and Blade, Row 1: Bill Browers, Cheri Bonsteel, Robert Cook. Row2: David Chambers, John Lewis, Allen Baker, Ray Offenbacker. Row 3: Bill Griffith, Jon Safren, Drennen Bulloch, Steve Kerr, David Barnard, Tim Considine, Ethan Westfall. 220 Rifle Team Rifle Team, Row 1: Jim Stephens, Larry Smith. Row 2: Sarah Morris, Richard Ransweiler, Mickey Box, SSG Young (Coach), Craig McDaniel, Randall Brock. Not pictured: Mike Dacus. 221 Pershing Rifles Command and Staff Pershing Rifles Command Staff, Row 1: Allen Baker, David Chambers (Commander), Raymond Roberson. Row 2: John Jacobs, Jim Stephens, Lisa Davis, Bill Griffith, Randy Hanna. Pershing Rifles ROTC Drill Team Pershing Rifles ROTC Drill Team, Row 1: Mike Soller, David Berry, Mark Smith, Leland Denard. Row 2: James Rightmore, Roger Schoessel, Allen Baker, Charles Forbes, Dean Fowler, Randy Hanna. 222 Pershing Rifles Army ROTC Pershing Rifles, Row 1: Leland Denard, James Rightmire, William Doyle, David Douglas, David Sauler. Row 2: Cindy Rich (sponsor), David Chambers, Roger Schoessel, John Jacobs, Roy WaL ace, Lisa Davis. Row 3: Paula McBroom, Alfred Thomas, Jim Stephens, Raymond Roberson, Mark Smrth, Randy Hanna, Dean Fowler. Row 4: David Berry, Allen Baker, Hiram Simkins, Bill Griffith, Charles Forbes. Army ROTC Rangers Army ROTC Rangers, Row 1: Steve Perkins, Ethan Westfall, Robert Boudra, Dean Fowler, Row Wallace. Row 2: Lt. Col. Paul Vinson (advisor), Mark Smith, Tim Considine, Carol Baker, (sponsor), Larry Buck, Drennan Bullock, Robert Harris (commanding officer). Army ROTC Cadettes, Row 1: Tracey Floyd, Jo Ellen Chivers, Becky Hart, Nancy Howland, Margaret Buford, Terri Webb, Cheri Bonsteel, Cathy Walker, Suzanne Tortorich, Julie Smith, Liz Traylor. Row 2: Robin McVey, Mary Ann Malcomb, Rhonda Holm, Kwin Roberts, Cindy Shaw, Angela Ziser, Vicki Hansen, Cindy Rich, Carol Baker. Not Pictured: Risa McLemore, June Ford, Cordia Barton, Lisa McLaughlin, Tracey Nelson, Susan Benton, Lynn Boas, Jan Wallace, Candy Isbell, Lesa Ward, Marilyn Crouch, Judy Grumbles, Christy Hood, Cynthia Rix. Cadette Officers Row 1: Cheri Bonsteel, Commander. Row 2: Terri Webb, Carol Baker, Becky Hart, Nancy Howland, Cindy Rich. Army ROTC Cadettes 225 michgel murpny 226 227 228 marshall tucker 229 arkansas 230 231 232 ozark mountain daredevils 233 PETER WEISS’ The Persecution and Assassination of Jean- Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis De Sade English version by Geoffrey Skelton Verse adaptation by Adrian Mitchell OCTOBER 29, 30, 31, NOVEMBER 1, 2, 1974 Directed by Thomas R. Jones Assistant Director Jack Rakes Musical Direction by Tom Sindon Costumes by Patricia Romanov Setting and Lighting by Charles Harrill Movement Consultant Tom Leabhart Characters MARQUIS DE SADE.Dale O’Brien JEAN-PAUL MARAT.Wesley Edwards SIMONNE EVRARD.Barbara Mangrum CHARLOTTE CORDAY.Donna Devore HERALD.Rich Gerdes JACQUES ROUX.Randy Rakes DUPERRET.Dean Fogal COULMIER .James McNally COULMIER’S WIFE.Charlotte Stratton COULMIER’S DAUGHTER.Shawn Johnson SINGERS.Susan Dietrich, John Marrs, Cal Grosshuesch, Kathy Black, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Ann Peebles CHORUS.Katherine Satterfield, Chris Bair, Cynthia Goatley, Jonelle West, Debbie Odom SISTERS.Dottie Love, Martha McMillan, Janice Meggars MALE NURSES--Greg Mullins, Wade Schilders, Bob. DeWalt, John Andersen PATIENTS.Raymond Roberson, George Kelly, Debi Brannon, Sandra Jansen, Kay Bland, Ken Bland, Sheryl Branham, Barry Susskind, Gary Wolfe, Fred Toilette, Greg Burchfield, Bobby PATIENTS - Martin MUSICIANS..Tom Sindon, organ; Pam Herriman, flute and piano; Steve Loudermilk, tuba; Doug Neel, trumpet; Jim Mhoon, drum; Pam Baker and Bill Freeman, percussion Member of National Collegiate Players 234 marat sade 235 ! I % ; 1 r THE CONTRAST by Royall Tyler OCTOBER 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 1974 Directed by George R. Kernodle Lighting by Charles Harrill « Setting by Preston Magruder Costumes by Patricia Romanov Assistant Costume Designer— Ardith Morris Spurrier Characters COL. MANLEY DIMPLE. VAN ROUGH . . .... Dale O’Brien .John Marrs Richard Emerson JESSAMY . . . JONATHAN. CHARLOTTE MARIA. LETITIA JENNY. .Tom Hollis Cal Grosshueschf Bert Price .. . .Cynthia Goatley .. Charlotte Stratton .Cheryl O’Brien Katherine Satterfield SERVANTS TO CHARLOTTE.Chris Bair, Steve Unruh AUDIENCE IN BOXES .Sharon Ashley, Randy Fleming, Pamela Jones, Melody Lybrand, Benson Row, Steven Stark, Cliff Whisnant t Plays Tuesday and Friday • Member of National Collegiate Players 236 237 THE RAINMAKER by N. Richard Nash DECEMBER 3, 4,5,6, 7, 1974 Costumes by Patricia Romanov Directed by Kent R. Brown Lighting by Charles Harrill Characters Setting by Preston Magruder ' Randy Rakes Doyle Martin Joe Brown Cheryl O’Brien Ken Bland Lee Roy Casebeer Charles Harrill H. C. CURRY. NOAH CURRY .... JIM CURRY. LIZZIE CURRY .... FILE. SHERIFF THOMAS BILL STARBUCK .. Member of National Collegiate Players 238 he rainrraker 239 jNhos afraid Mena nooi 240 WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? by Edward Albee staged in the Morevski Foundation Arena Theatre FEBRUARY 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 1975 Directed by George R. Kernodle Costumes by Setting by Patricia Romanov Preston Magruder Lighting by Charles Harrill Characters MARTHA.Carolyn Schisler ' GEORGE .William F. Edmonds HONEY.Becky Humphrey NICK.Wesley F. Edwards Member of National Collegiate Players 241 the j eonran 242 a hina hcDDened on the Ncy 244 to be forum B .« B B . | ? B B. ' Bw n 1 Hjp Hi 1 ' i ‘1 i , . B . bT ' JB - Wj r - i ■ fl fHi B Bp BBiflHliii! ■ J F ■ FJ Jr fl - ■■ W Hi m-mi ■ ' B A B ■ . 246 247 IV%n 248 249 252 253 ORGANIZATIONS Cardinal XX Cardinal XX, Row 1: Richard Peek, Doug Yates, Ronnie Clark, Chuck Rice, Jim Short, Mark Saviers. Row 2: Joe Clements, Don Sulzen, Allen Duncan, Alvin Beeler, David Bays, Curt Nebbins. Row 3: Bill Farmer, Lynn Harris, Carl Gessler, Ken Dick, Mark Waldrip. Not Pictured: Ed Lynch. Mortar Board 254 Mortar Board, Row 1: Carol Volk, Deb VanHook. Row 2: Sally Jackson, Julie Morris, Kathy White, Jan Wallace, Janna Riley. Row 3: Bianca DeLille, Mary Chappell, Kathy Whaley, Carmen Manning. Row 4: Debbie Richison, Pat Suttle, Penny Storms, Sharon McGee, Marilyn Moseley, Jacque Keith, Kathleen Magruder, Kathy Downer, Martie Adams, Judy Harmon. Row 5: Mary McCombs, Martha Webb, Cindy Browne, Terry Wilson, Fenner Upchurch, Kathy Dye. Kappa Delta Sigma Kappa Delta Sigma off campus honorary; Row 1: Steve Bader, Faculty Advisor; Joyce Melton, Secretary; Candy Williamson, President; Connie Karnes, Randall Oxford, Treasurer; Betty Tucker. Row 2: Bianca DeLille, Rick Wade, Lynn Tull, Nick Miller, Harry Franzreb, Johnese Gray, Jerry Lawson. Row 3: Steve Anderson, Barry Garred, Neill McDonald, Gary Lewis. Institute of Electronics Engineers Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Row 1: B. Bastani, C. Cotton, R. Tajery, A. Shenasa. Row 2: C. Powell, J. Hebbard, S. Leach, J. Marshal, R. Moss, S. Rorex, J. Hotz, F. Crossett. Row3: G. Reed, J. Sugg, T. Ernst, P. Strand, R. Cook, R. Teer, G. Risner, D. Pipkins, J. Smith, C. Wiles, P. Tang. 255 Alpha Delta Pi Guys Alpha Delta Pi Guys: Jim Nutt, Hank Harmon, Terry Irwin, Dick Ferris, Robert Hallmark, Keith Thorp, Terry Paul, Bradley Slaughter, Bruce Mulford, Whit Lueken, Alan Wilkens, Buddy Barger, Carl Hille, Jacque Parker, Donald Coleman. Seated: Ginger Moore, Chairman. Panhellenic ‘ iHfiRM HHV " fl J mm )• f tT n 55 F m 1 fJVS) fa Panhellenic, Row 1: Ginger Moore, Cindy Browne, Diane Davenport, Molly Heming, Beth Hensley, Dee Davenport, Connie Tucker. Row 2: Rita Stitt, Ruth Atkinson, Pam Hackney, Debbie Conrad, Diana Roberts, Gail Garner, Becky Cobb, Cynthia Greer, Charlotte Kilgore, Gail Gant. Row 3: Liz Rainwater, Robbie Rice, Abbey Leggett, Ferris Cook, Terry Wilson, Barb Cole, Elna Weatherbee, Kathy Downer, Jacki Cawood, Tracey Nelson, Brooke Freedon, Jacque Keith, Cathy Hinshaw. 256 Order of Omega Order of Omega Members are: Rodney Baker, Tom Baxter, Cynthia Browne, Richard Calhoun, Mary Chappell, Joe Cogdell, Carl Cross, Rush Deacon, Mike Dees, Kathy Downer, Jim Due, Kathy Dye, Judy Harmon, Carl Hille, Sally Jackson, Tom McClure, Julie Morris, Marilyn Moseley, Debbie Richison, Janna Riley, Diana Roberts, Bob Searcy, Fenner Upchurch, David Vandergriff, Jan Wallace, Kathy Whaley, Kathy White, Terry Wilson, Ken Wood, Dee Davenport, Jacque Keith, Kathleen Magruder, Mary McCombs, Liz Rainwater, Doug Scott, Lee Sing. Sigma Delta Chi R -R PIHHprV ITtI IjA V 1 t T(I Ramona Amos Chiquita Babb Dave Baer Syble Baker Sharon Bass Wanda A. Bellzung Kaye Blackwell A. W. Blake James Brewer David Brown Helen Brown Margaret Buford Rebecca Catlett Don Cowan Lynn Mead Cowan Jessica Cowart Cathee Crain Kathleen Drap Deborah Dunn Ann Fawcett Larry Foley Marjorie Fontaine Jayne Gates Bruce Gentry John Gerety Larry Graves Gail Greenway Jamie Hargis Lynn Harris Joel Henderson Overtis Hicks Carl Hille Debra Holland Margie Howe Mary Hunter Dot Hussey Becky Hutchens Laura Jansen Karen Johnson Connie Karnes Sally Kirby Mary Knowles Rebecca Langston David Lanier Ann Lee Jeannie Matthews Greg Mills Marilynn Moseley Tracey Nelson Dennis Oneil Jerry Overton Randall Oxford Patricia Parker Robert Raible Tammi Reed Linda Sanders William David Sloan Elaine Smith David Speer Greg Stidham Patt Suttle Frank Thomas Valerie Tolman RebeccaT umility Mike Turner Carolyn Weaver Randy Wilhite Terry Wilson William Wingfield Charles Young n 257 Blue Key Blue Key Members are Joe Cogdell, Greg Stidham, Jim Tappan, Carl Hille, Newton White, Ken Vickers, Wendy Jacks, Kenny Wood, Randy Wilhite, Larry Chipman, Mike Dees, Tom McClure, Mike Morledge, Tom Baxter, Dan Ives, Rob Watson, Allen Davenport, Jerry Lawson, Baker Kurrus, Dan Fields, James Dickson, Bob Searcy, Tom Yamell, Bill Handshy, Lee Sing, Mike Hazlewood, Gary Johnson. Sigma Chi Little Sigmas Sigma Chi Little Sigmas. Row 1: Sherri Pearce, Dale Reginald, Rhonda Holmes, Missy Sink, Barbara Boyd, Jacki Cawood, Mary Johnson. Row 2: Ann Teaford, Karen Johanson, Diane Munsey, Karen Kennedy, Marilynn Moseley, Jenny Rose, Jan Smith, Susan Watts, Debbie Blodgett, Janie Westbrook. 258 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma members. Row 1: Cheri Robinson, Susan Sipes, Laura King, Margaret Fahmer, Connie Austin, Sharon Batson, Debbie Lane, Tina Gray, Carrie Thomas, Becky Sorrel. Row 2: Eldon Janzen, Bill Freeman, Lisa Owens, Joe Cripps, Susan Spooner, Andy Moll, Ed Draughon, Pat Moran, Johnny Arnold, Robert Allain, Barbara VanPelt, Lynn Webb, Denise Gebettsberger, Jim M orris, Randy Gillespie, Fred Lipscomb, Roy Jackson. Row 3: Susan Shelton, Susan Thrasher, James Jones, Terry Lanwermyer, Mike Thomas, Joel Clark, Sam Beard, James Bryan, David Dunnigan, John Irwin, Jim Fisher. Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma Officers; Row 1: Susan Sipes, Laura King, Connie Austin, Cheri Robinson, Debbie Lane, Tina Gray. Row 2: Bill Freeman, Johnny Arnold, Roy Jackson, Denise Gebettsberger, Joel Clark, James Jones, Randy Gillespie. 259 Beta Upsilon Delta • CNUnnr Beta Upsilon Delta, Row 1: Donna Divine, Barbara Davis, Paula Kraft, Judy Harmon. Row 2: Charlotte Kilgore, Pam O ' Neill, Fenner Upchurch, Linda Green, Cathy Eberly, Rosie Fairhead, Mimi Fairhead. American Society of Agricultural Engineers 260 American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Row 1: David Rowe, Scribe; Earl Rausch, Vice President; Jerry Freedle, President; Steve Brannan, Treasurer. Row 2: Arthur DallaRosa, John Bocksnick, Clifford Snyder, Bob Mayo, Steve Mayo; Steve Harris, Secretary. Row 3: Larry Garner, Professor Nelson, Professor Griffis, Professor Rokeby, Joe Schroderk. Kappa Sigma Stardusters a PP a Sigma Stardusters, Row 1: Mindy Smith, Patty Parker, Carolyn Minor N ewton. Lea Fulenwider, Cindy Cottier, Suzanna Johnson, Joy Solomon, Cindy Walker, Kerri Keen, Nancy Meeks, Pam Bumgardner, Karen Holman, Peggy Record, Regina Bailey, Debbie Smith. Row 2: Rhonnie Burks, Brooke Frieden, Becky Grizzle, Millie Snipes, Mary Jane Lewis, Susan Craig, Delia Drouet, Heidi Hix, Heather Hartman, Darlynn Roan. Cardinal Key Cardinal Key, Row 1: Becky Dickey, Mary Bailey, Margaret Buford, Terry Traylor. Row 2: Patti Foster, Trudy English, Susan Watts, Beth Hensley, Connie Tucker, Brenda Brenner. Row 3: Ann Teaford, Terry Bales. Row 4: Gay Widdows, Joyce Melton, Darlene Zeh Baker, Roberta Boyd, Mindy Roberts, Karen Kennedy, Sally Kirby, Margie Fontaine, Kathy Hudgens. 261 FGC FGC, Row 1: Jim Cox (Vice President,) Sally Sanders, Bill Cox, Debbie Post, Lynn Rhinehart, Craig McCone (President). Row 2: Bill Moore, Tom Etzkom, Bill Rowland (Treasurer), Mike Pinegar, Mike Cox (Secretary), Rod Gertson, Joel Hamilton. Engineering Council ' wmm m f i mm ■ d. m i 1 _ 1 Ik M 9} 262 Engineer ' s Council, Row 1: Peggy Wells, Jim Carroll, Jerry Freedle, Bob Holt, Lee Bruss, Nancy Williams, Bill Kerr, David Walker. Row 2: Larry Gamer, Lisa Thomasson, Ricky McElledge, Jim Riner, Nancy Fontaine, Bill Greeson, David Rowe, Dave Jorgensen, Frank Mitchell, Walter Jackson, Larry Oden, Loren Monroe, Doug Bolin, Jerry Reed, Ben Westbrook, Wayne Brown, Terry Ernst, Andy Wood. Associated Women Students Associated Women Students, Row 1: Jean Mays, Lorrie Johnson, Susan Watkins, Debbie Uhlis, Candy Williamson, Sidney Warner, Rozan Powell, Kris anthorne. Row 2: Lynn Tull, Charmaigne LeFevre, Jane Hopkins, Ruthie Foster, Chris Fricks, Donna Whitaker, Laura Brannon, Joey Gibbs. Phi Upsilon Omicron Phi Upsilon Omicron, Row 1: Ann Foster (President), Darlene Zeh Baker, Bethel Cunningham (advisor), Ellen Maurer, Cindy Browne. Row 2. Dorthea Forrest, Holly Tuttle, Penny Storms, Patti Woodard, Jessica Cowart, Brenda Stallings, Beth Jackson. Row 3: Lita King, Marci Boyce, Joan Bailey, Rita Stitt, Sibby Wallis, Ruth Jones, Norma Poulsen. Row 4: Judy Moore, Debra Whited, Patty Watson, Diane Munsey, Janie Adams, Debby Brown, Karen Rhodes, Glenda Tracer, Betty Smith, Mary Ann Sellick. 263 Baptist Student Union, Row 1: Jo Hays, Mary Chesser, Wendy Brown, Becky Cobb, Maureen Finnigan, Susie Meredith, Jim Newsom, Martin Thomason, A1 Summerford. Row 2: Dana Thompson, Ruth Thompson, Vicki Harris, Theresa Martin, Doris Goff, Julie Wesson, Nancy Ferranti, George Merrick, Billy Putman, Rusty Jones, Sue Traylor, Raymond Higgins. Row 3: Geneva Carpenter, Bonnie Brake, Terry Brown, Karen Moon, Rhonda Wilson, David Johnson, Chrissy Hightower, Curtis Powell, Steve Cousins, Greg Smith, Shari Covey, Rita Chastain, Beth Raymond, David McCollough, Dan Fowler, Lee McEwen, David Fikes (President), Jamie Jones (Director). Row 4: Leah Newman, Linda Hundley, Bill McKellar, Bill Brake, Bob Gaston, Ken Wat¬ kins, (Associate Director), John Wesson, Dru Dodson, Steve Lyons, Tim Heumier, David Hawkins, Wayne Wheelis, Larry Cornelius, Les Ledbetter, Chuck Morse. Five arrows pointing inward and five arrows pointing outward symbolize the Baptist Student Union and rep¬ resents the inward and outward journeys of the Chris- tain life. The inward journey is a pilgrimage of growth enabled through fellowship, Bible study and worship. The outward journey is a pilgrimage of care expressed through ministry, witness, missions and social action. For over forty years the Baptist Student Union at the University of Arkansas has been a Christian fellowship composed of students and faculty who represent a vari¬ ety or religious backgrounds. The Baptist Student Center, has been a place of warmth and joy for thousands who have found friends recreation, insight, and counsel within its walls. 264 Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sisters Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sisters, Row 1: Jacque Keith, Ellen Moore, Linda Zulpo, Shirley Stanford, Patty Wat¬ son. Row 2: Kris Shepherd, Linda Hitchcock, Patti Bell, Liz Traylor, Lisa Swaim, Gay Brandon. Row 3. Barbi Smith, Pam Strong, Marsue Johnson, Jan Swaim, Brenda Brenner, Jill Windle. Not Pictured: Denise Eisler, Lori Johnson, Elaine Ashley, Jo Blankenship, and Sharon Campbell. Animal Science Club Animal Science Club, Row 1: John Kyle, Kelly Boyd, Jeff Tenant, Mark Waldrip, Tom Sharp, Cindy Collins. Row 2: Larry Carnes, Stanley Foster, Charles Looney, Mark Phillips, Jim Dickson, Bill Paddack. Row 3: Doug Threlkeld, David Wildy, Larry Harp, Fred Dunk, Dolf Mars, Jerry Wooley. Row 4: Kenny Combs, Bill Orr, Joe Vestal, Dale Carlisle, William Bussel, Kanny Lambeth. Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters, Row 1: Susan McCollum, Priscilla Johnsey, Viki Sheets, Pat O ' Neal, Cindy Gilpin, Lisa Thomason, Ginger Moore, Robin Slas, Faye Smith, Karen Jones. Row 2: Bobbie Vadness, Susie Talbot, Ginny Huxtable, Kim Nicholson, Norma Paulsen, Sherri Baretti, Vivian Morely. Row 3: Molly Flemming, Dottie Patton, Janet Moseley, Lane Bled¬ soe, Amber Cheatwood, Diane Demuth, Dana Dodson, Susan Glidewell. Phi Gamma Delta Little Sisters ■■HR infill ’ " 1 -4 Tj Wm jl ' A B - m ' A i nisi 1 wmk wjjw 9H Wf " 9 jjL Jfl r m awff ' K J JV3| llWL Mk B m Phi Gamma Delta Little Sisters, Row 1: Pam Cox, Dona Evans, Jessica Moulding, Patti Foster, Mom Welch. Row 2: Debbie Richison, Vicki Moll, Julia McHaney, Sally Jackson, Beth Hensley, Mary McKinney, Becky Howell, Tyra Reyes, Bay Howard, Carla Beaver. Row 3: Nancy Shoop, Sally Warner, Stacy Meyer. Arkansas Union Programs £MK| . mams®® Arkansas Union Programs Staff, Row 1: Jack Mahan, Jim Williams, Nick Miller, Harris Ross, Kathy Duke. Row 2: Tom Romiac, Pat Ferrell, John Ellsworth, Brent Laughlin, Richard Ellis. Row 3: Don Burke, Lowell Wilson, Joe T. Robinson, Allen Atkins. Row 4: John Combs. 267 Phi Delta Theta Little Sisters br i Jp ° C l V v y 1 K Jr 1 i t JP 1 ofl |Q», J ■£»£ l 1 ■ ‘M, ; V- - i A w Hr. jNl JrjjQk SW. 9 HKI tjB Kj rl Si HHv Phi Delta Theta Little Sisters are Nancy Harrell, Suzanne Tortorich, Patti Roberts, Angela Zizer, Tracey Nelson, Beverly Bassett, Nancy Keech, Teri Le Fevre, Nancy Smith Marsh, Marilyn Weindorf, Lisa McLaughlin, Marth Gordon, Christie Stobaugh, Jo Ellen Chivers, Susan Scarborough, Carol McClure, Karla Keisner, Kathy Downer, Nanci Conley, Carol Hughes, Pam Houser, Vicki Vanzant, Baylus Stuckey. Alpha Kappa Lambda Little Sisters I] J i fel ' ' m Alpha Kappa Lambda Little Sisters, Row 1: Kay Marak, Judy Feldman, Debbie Bradley. Row 2: Jay Heller, Julie McCorkle, Debbie Best, Roxanne Thomas, Susan Owens. Row 3: Char Bankston, Connie Frenz, Boots Sellers. Row 4: Carla Kuykendall, Linda Ruble, Diane Delony. Chimes Chimes are: Becky Cobb, Debbie Gilmore, Margie Howe, Kathy Smith, Lauren Zebrowski, Kim Nicholson, Brenda Box, Jo Ellen Shivers, Elaine Ashley, Debbie Evans, Cindy Thompson, Cindy Hill, Jo Anne LeBlanc, Debbie Blodgett, Rona Weaver, Christy Kalder, Janice Meggers, Holly Graves, Julia McHaney, Connie Woodruff. Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sisters Alpha Gamma Rho Little Sisters, Row 1: Pris Jeffers, Lesa Lackey, Cissy Burfurd. Row 2: Sarah Bunyard, Debbie Holland, Kathy Hawkins, Jessica Cowart, Kathy Gibson, Judy Wilson, Karen Kerr, Margee Synder. Row 3: Lois Swofford, Becky Cobb, Emily Stone, Cathy Cannon, Cindy Collins, Joan Bryant, Marguerite Culpepper. ITY COUNCIL . . ck Smith, President Jack Skinner, Vice Presidei|t Arvil Hebert, Secret Ted Gammil, Treasu Carl Hille, Rush Chairmai Himter Babin, Rush Chairman ■ ■sWhiiil Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda, Row 1: Terry Harden, Larry Chipman, Bobbye Walls, Debbie Eicher. Row 2: Dana Bone, Charlie Young, Peggy Jackson, Dana Thompson, Bill Brake, Linda Lum, Mary Jo Huber, Adele Kittrell, Rex Anderson, Teresa Seals. 270 Cave Club Cave Club, Row 1: Becca Formica, Linda Garrison, Patty Cosgrove, Teenie Campbell, Susan Clar, Joey Cameron, R. L. Odom. Row 2: Keith Duncan, Rod Girkson, Joe Cox, David Johnson, Jim Hodges, Ken Duncan. Missionary Baptists Missionary Baptists, Row 1: Randy Moss, Carol Meador, Yoland Condry, Kathleen Worst, Regina Woodard, Jane Byers, Chris Scott, Beverly Almond, Allen Mamey, Pam Kelly, Diana Hoke, Denise Warren, Lynette Warren, Dubbs Byers. Row 2: Johnny Almond, John Mooney, Harold Burch, Sr., Dorothy Burch, Mary Lynn Parker, Ruby Warren, Robert Naylor, Harold Burch, Jr., Teresa Graves, Jerry Young. Row 3: Steve Harris, Tom Collier, L. O. Warren, Greg Krebbs, Terry Martin, Vickie Kelly, George Jones, Barbara Young, Carolyn Schmitt, Neil Schmitt. 271 Brotherhood of Omega Brotherhood of Omega members are: David Bell, Mickey Box, Neal Carson, Joe Cole, David Cook, Joe Cox, Rusty Edwards, Tom Fulton, L. Billington, Wayne Brown, Bill Hurst, Skip Keene, Paul Meier, Parker Seaton, Bill Wilkerson, D. Hence, Steve Lieber, Alan Thompson, Alan Barnes, R. J. Intindola, Blake Kaelin, Brice Irving, Keith Moody, Mack Fisher, Jim Naab, David Self, Fred Hedgpeth. Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi, Row 1: Chris Robertson, Ronny Byms, Larry Hayes, Lin Thompson, Richard Bassett, Steve Chapman. Row 2: Bob Downum, Phil Royce, Kirk Denton, Greg Farrell, Bob Deere. Row 3: Norman Wilkinson, Greg Hartz, Keith Gibson, Greg Swink, Mark Wuetig, Phil Morgan. Row 4: Don Hook, David Boerner, Michael Jones, David Sanders, Sid Lawrence, Ron Reading. Row 5: Billy Clark, Tom Edmiston, Wendell Flemming, Marty Cole, Steve Rice, Bub Bludworth. 272 -- Tau Beta Pi Members of Tau Beta Pi are: Kazunori Amagi, James Barron, William Boudra, James Bucklew, Randy Chapman, Bruce Clark, James Cobb, Michelle Connolly, Roger Cook, Rick Couvillion, Michael Dacus, Robert Dic¬ kerson, Nancy Fontaine, Brian Foster, Edwin Fuller, William Greeson, Michael Hall, Robert Harris, Paul Hart, John Hotz, Douglas Knight, Shannon Leach, Phillip Leraris, Johnny Marshall, Terry Martin, Eric Mason, Michael Morout, Randy Moss, Ray Of fen- backer, John Parks, Steven Sharp, Robert Snyder, Lawrence Watson, Mark Weaver, Mary Wells, Timothy Whitington, and Leon Wittmer. Faculty advisors are Dr. Charles Caldwell, Professor L. R. Kirby, and Dr. James Turpin. Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girls 273 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters of Minerva Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters of Minerva, Row 1: K. K. Wilson, David Smith (co-Ordinator), Margaret Buford (President). Row 2: Tracey Floyd, Greer Marshall, Doris Dempsey. Members are: Jan Maxwell, Mary Ann Faulkner, Gail Hutchinson, Laura Chism, Debbie Jones, Becca Henry, Libby McCollum, Kim Blakely, Trudy English, Cathie Walker, Robin Scharlea, Ann Van Eaton, Beth Price, Lisa Laughlin, Ann Cogdell, Susie White, Terri Webb, Carren Collins. Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta members are: Rodney Baker, Mark Black, William T. Blankenship, Royce Bryant, Larry Carnes, Terry Cole, Marvin L. Cole, Kenny J. Combs, Ron Cox, Laurie Dale, Frederick Dunk, Alan Evans, Martha Fowler, Terry Davis, Kathleen Gibson, J. Robert Hall, Leigh Ann Hanby, Marion Harris, Quinton Hornsby, Ed Dennis Ingram, Charles Jackson, John Keogh, Terrence Kirkpatrick, Edward Kowalski, John Kyle, Kathleen Lowe, Marcia Mahon, Michael Martin, Paul Nester, Jimmy Peoples, Earl Rausch, Kenneth Reynolds, Lynn Sanderson, Michael Senko, Mary Alice Shassere, Callen Sistrunk, Steven Simpson, Michael Smith, Teresa Stewart, Terry Sutterfield, Michael Taylor, Douglas Threlkeld, Linda Via, Scott Wood. Arkansas Booster Club Arkansas Booster Club members are: Robert Almond, Dick Appleton, Hunter Babin, Donald Bacon, Sarah Basham, Eric Beavers, Lisa Bell, Scott Biggs, Jerre Biggs, Melinda Blair, Jo Blankenship, Lissa Bounds, Brenda Bos, Deby Bradley, Kim Brawner, Cissy Burford, Rhonie Burks, Mark Carlson, Jo Ellen Shivers, Joe Clement, Pam Cox, Dana Craig, Stacia Craig, Cathee Crain, Kim Crank, Teresa Cravens, Clay Crutner, Rush Deacon, Bob Deere, Allen Duncan, Debbie Evans, Pam Everett, Ronnie Fair, Jay Falladori, Judy Feldman, Jane Gates, Kay Gilbrick, Debbie Gillmore, Diana Gillmore, Benny Greene, Lyle Hartz, Jay Heller, Cindy Hill, Carl Hille, Linda Hitchcock, Bruce Holthoff, Debbie Holland, Mary Holt, Bill Home, Lisa Huckleberry, Robert Hudgens, Car ol Hughes, Dan Ives, Priscilla Johnsey, Mike johnston, Karla Keisner, Dennis Killam, Sherry Kilcrease, Dan Kemp, Kim Lashlee, Paula Marinoni, Pam Massenberg, Scott Morgan, Julie Morris, Marilynn Moseley, Mark Moseley, John McGraw, Linda McDaniel, John McKinney, Scott Melhorne, John Morrison, Kregg Nance, Marcy Pendleton, Carol Post, Mallory Parker, Mary Kay Parker, Robert Parker, Joe Paulk, Susan Price, Liz Rainwater, Bob Ridgway, Janna Riley, Lisa Robinson, Nancy Robinson, Jenny Rose, Christina Rouby, Linda Ruble, Jimmy Russell, Julie Smith, Lynda Sampson, Sara Schreit, Christie Stobough, Cindy Shaw, Virginia Shephard, Dick Simmons, Bill Skelley, Lee Sing, Missy Sink, Ken Stewart, Greg Stidham, Bob Stringer, Chuck Taylor, Steve Thweatt, Ann Teaford, Debbie Uhlis, Sharron Vaughn, Patty Watson, Richard Watts, Donna Williams, Chuck Yarbrough, Tim Yarbrough. 275 10,000 students 5 colleges, 4 schools. studiers.partiers, freshmen.seniors, involvement ...apathy Amazingly enough. There is. ' uj .! , ft 277 Something for everybody. CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS: Agricultural Economics Club — Students interested in agricultural economics or rural sociology. Agri Students Association — All Agri and Home Ec students are members. Agronomy Club — Students interested in crop production and soil management. Air Force ROTC Alpha Chi Omega — Social sorority. Alpha Chi Sigma — Honorary fraternity for chemistry and chemical engineers. Alpha Delta Upsilon — Social fraternity. Alpha Delta Pi — Social sorority. Alpha Epsilon Delta — Pre-Medical and pre-medical technology stu¬ dents. Alpha Gamma Rho — Social fraternity. Alpha Kappa Lambda — Social fraternity. Alpha Kappa Psi — National professional society in business. Alpha Lambda Delta — Freshman honorary for women. Alpha Phi Omega — National service fraternity. Alpha Pi Mu — Industrial engineering honorary. Alpha Zeta — Agriculture honorary. American Institute of Architects — Honorary for architectural stu¬ dents. American Institute of Chemical Engineers — Professional society open to industrial engineering students. American Institute of Industrial Engineers — Professional society open to industrial engineering students. American Society of Agricultural Engineers — Professional Society open to agricultural engineering students. American Society of Civil Engineers — Professional society for stu¬ dents in civil engineering. American Society of Mechanical Engineers — Professional society open to all mechanical engineering majors. Angel Flight — National organization to promote interest in Arnold Air Society. Anthropology Club — Local departmental club of general interest in cultures. Arkansas Animal Science Association — Local departmental club for those interested in animal science. Arkansas Booster Club — Local honor society to boost spirit of athletic teams. Arkansas Home Economics Association — Organization for all stu¬ dents enrolled in home economics. Arkansas Youth Council Organizing Committee — Devoted to mak¬ ing state government more responsive to young people, and to appoint young people to decision making positions in state gov¬ ernment. Army ROTC Arnold Air Society — Promoted Air Force ROTC on campus and does community service projects. Art Club — Local department club for art majors. Associated Student Government — Student governing and policy making body. Associated Women Students — National, organization of general in¬ terest to campus women. Association of Baptist Students — Religious Service, National. Pro¬ vide Christian atmosphere of fellowship and outreach for students. Association of Childhood Education — Professional society for stu¬ dents in elementary education. Association of Public Administration Students — Local professional society for public administration students. Baha ' i Club — International religious group, to promote unity of mankind. Beta Alpha Psi — Local professional organization to promote account¬ ing. Beta Gamma Sigma — Business honorary. B. A.D.-Black Americans for Democracy — to make phases of U. of A. life relevant to Blacks. (U of A) Bicycling Club — Local organization to encourage interest in cycling and coordinate bicycling activities. Black Law Student Comple — National professional society to further interests of Black students and Black lawyers. Blue Key — National honor society, selected from upper 35% of class. Brotherhood of Omega — Local, social group, general interest. To promote the academic and social welfare of its members. Campus Crusade For Christ — National religious group. Cardinal Key — National Honor Society, and service club for Junior women. Cardinal XX — Local service club to give recognition to the outstand¬ ing members of the freshman class and to assist and aid the Univer¬ sity. Chess Club — Intra and extramural sports, professional, general in¬ terest, service club. Chi Alpha — National, religious organization. Chi Omega — Social sorority. Childbirth Education Association of Northwest Arkansas — Local group to encourage family-centered maternity care and the family experience of childbirth. Chimes — Local honorary for sophomore women that serves as a service organization. Chinese Student Association — Local organization to help Chinese students. Christian Science Organization — For practicing students of Chris¬ tian Science. Committee On Minority Recruitment — Open to all students in¬ terested in aiding minority faculty or students. Crescent Club — Local group for Moslem students. (Razorback) Crickett Club — Local recreational organization. (U of A) Dance Company — Local department club and performing dance company. Delta Delta Delta — Social sorority. Delta Gamma — Social sorority. Delta Nu Alpha — National professional in transportation industry. Delta Sigma Pi — National professional society for business ad¬ ministration students. Delta Sigma Theta — National service sorority for women. Delta Theta Phi — National professional law fraternity for law stu¬ dents of good standing. Divine Information Center — National general interest group, to propogate the knowledge of Guru Maharaj and meditation on this knowledge. Engineering Council — Local council to represent engineering stu¬ dents. Entomology Club — Professional club to further interest in entomol¬ ogy- Eta Kappa Nu — Honorary for electrical engineers and undergraduate students. Farmhouse — Agri-related social fraternity. Fellowship of Christian Athletes — National general interest group. Finance Club — Professional local society in the finance department. Free Academy (Alpha Omega) — local general interest group to en¬ hance social and academic environment for students, faculty, and staff. Free University — Local group to provide alternative educational op¬ portunities to campus and community. Friends of India Society — Local group tor East Indian students and friends. Fulbright Hall Government — Governing council for Fulbright Hall. FutraliHall Government — Governing council for Futrall Hall. Gamma Sigma Sigma — National service sorority for women. Gamma Theta Upsilon — International honor society for students in geography. (Arkansas Union) Governing Board — Local group, to oversee ad¬ ministration and programs of the Union and suggest policies. Great Mandala — Orf Campus-Student Center, Community Switch¬ board, and Grassroots Communications Networks. Hillel Club — Organization for Jewish students. Holcombe Hall Government — Governing council for Holcombe Hall. (Arkansas) Home Economics Association — Professional Home Economics Society. Horticulture Club — Local club with national affiliation for horticul¬ ture students. Hotz Hall Government — Governing council for Hotz Hall. Infant Development Center — Local, childcare for U of A students. Information Center — Campus information service. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers — Professional soci¬ ety for Electrical Engineering majors. Interfratemity Council — Service and governing body for social fraternities. Interservice Council — Coordination agency for the major service or¬ ganizations on campus. International Club — National social club for international and local students. 278 Judo Club — Local club to participate and compete in judo. Kappa Alpha Theta — Social sorority. Kappa Beta Pi — Legal sorority; international professional society of women law students. Kappa Delta Pi — Local chapter and honor society for educational students showing professional qualities. Kappa Delta Sigma — Local, honor society, service club to recognize off-campus students for outstanding service and leadership and to serve the campus as well as community. Kappa Kappa Gamma — Social sorority. Kappa Kappa Psi — National honorary for band persons. Kappa Sigma — Social fraternity. Kappa Tau Alpha — Journalism honorary fraternity. KuAF Radio Station — University run radio station. Lambda Chi Alpha — Social fraternity. Latter Day Saint Student Association — National organization to pro¬ vide unity and fellowship among Latter Saint Students at the U of A. Law Students Civil Rights Research Council — National group to recruit minority law students. Law Students Environmental Research Group — Local group to do research in Environmental areas. Law Wives — Local social group consisting of wives of law students. Legal Aid Society — Service organization to assist lower income per¬ sons and students of Washington County with legal problems. Little Sigma Organization — National social group to help Sigma Chi with service projects and social activities. Marketing Club — Local general interest group for marketing stu¬ dents. Mortar Board — National honor society for senior women. National Collegiate Association for Secretaries National Collegiate Players Navigators — International Christian organization. Nichuren Shoshu Academy — National group to promote happiness and world peace. Northwest Arkansas Veterans Association — Local, general interest, service club that aids in obtaining benefits for veterans, and pro¬ vides assistance where possible to veterans in Northwest Arkansas. Off Campus Student Association — Local general interest group for students who live off campus. Omega Psi Phi — National service fraternity. Omicron Delta Kappa — National honor society for outstanding stu¬ dents of Junior or Senior standing. Orchesis — Local departmental club to stimulate interest in creative dance as an art form. Order of Omega — Greek honor society. Ozark Society — Regional interest group for recreation and political action for environmental preservation. Panhellenic — National governing council for sororities. (Arkansas) Parachute Club Phi Alpha Delta — National professional society to give service to law students, law school and legal profession. Phi Beta Kappa — Academic fraternity for seniors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Phi Beta Lambda — Business fraternity. Phi Delta Theta — Social fraternity. Phi Eta Sigma — National freshman scholastic honor fraternity. Phi Gamma Delta — Social fraternity. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia — National professional society for advance¬ ment of music. Phi Upsilon Omicron — Honorary fraternity for home economics stu¬ dents. Physical Education Majors Club — Local professional organization to promote P.E. in the University and State. (Society of) Physics Students — National professional society to pro- mote interest in physics. Pi Beta Phi — Social Sorority. Pi Delta Phi — Local honor society to recognize scholarship in the French language and literature. Pi Kappa Alpha — Social fraternity. Pi Mu Epsilon — National honor society to further scholarship in mathematics. Pi Sigma Alpha — Political science honorary fraternity. Pi Tau Sigma — National honor society to recognize outstanding Mechanical Engineering students. Political Science Association of M. A. Students — Local departmental club to stimulate interest in political science. Pomfret Coed Housing Center Government — Governing council for Pomfret Hall. Pre-Law Club — Local general interest group to help all students in¬ terested in attending law school. Razorback — University of Arkansas Yearbook. Razorback Hall Government — Governing council for Razorback Hall Reid Hall Government — Governing council for Reid Hall. (College) Republicans — National general interest group for the Re¬ publican party. , „ ,., Residence Hall Association — To promote residence hall life and serve residence hall students. Rodeo Club — Local general interest club to promote intercollegiate rodeo. . , ROTC Cadette Corps — National service group to aid armed services with community relations. ROTC Wives Club — Local group to orient wives with the responsi¬ bility lifestyle, and duties that they will encounter as Air Force wives. (Arkansas) Rugby J „ Russian Club — Local general interest group to study Russia and Eastern Europe. (University) Sailing Club — Local group to provide students with an opportunity to sail. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Social fraternity. Sigma Alpha Iota — National professional society for musicians or students working toward a degree in music. Sigma Chi — Social fraternity. Sigma Delta Chi —■ Professional society for journalism students. Sigma Delta Pi — National honor society to promote interest in Spanish ideas. Sigma Delta Psi — National honor society in athletics. Sigma Gamma Epsilon — National honor society for mettalurgy and geology students. Sigma Iota Epsilon — National honor society for students in man¬ agement. Sigma Nu — Social fraternity. Sigma Phi Epsilon — Social fraternity. Sigma Pi — Social fraternity. Sign Language Club — Promote understanding of deafness. S.LM.S. (Student International Meditation Society) Soccer Booster Club — Local group to aid and support soccer team. Soccer Club — Local group for organizing soccer teams on campus. Society of Women Engineers — National professional society to in¬ form young women of the qualifications and achievements of women engineers and the opportunities open to them. (University of Arkansas) Student Aid — Department Club, to advance the standards of interior design. Student Bar Association — Local group to represent law students. Student for a Democratic Society — (SDS) National organization. Student National Education Association (SNEA) Student With Special Problems — Local, general interest group deal¬ ing with co ncerns of disabled students and staff and those with special health problems. Social Welfare Action Group (SWAG) (U of A) Table Tennis Team — Local and national organization to encourage interest in learning and playing tennis. Taekwan-ao-school — International athletic school that teaches methods of self-defenses. Tau Beta Pi — National honor society to recognize excellence in en¬ gineering. Tau Beta Sigma —- National group of women to serve band. Terry Village Nursery — Day care center for children of university related parents. (Arkansas) Traveler — University publication. (Friends of) VIEWS — Local group to recruit volunteers for VIEWS. Weight Lifting Club (Friends of) The Women ' s Center — Local group to aid in developing women ' s programs on campus. (Friends of) Tne Yellow Brick Road — Local group to generate interest in the drug abuse programs of the Yellow Brick Road. Yocum Hall Govern ment — Governing council for Yocum Hall. Young Democrats Zeta Tau ' Xlpha — Social sorority. Zoology Women ' s Organization — Local, department club, to pro¬ mote better faculty-graduate student relations. 279 . - • • ' • ' . SENIORS Adams, Donna Adams, Gary Adams, Marilyn Alexander, Barney Alexander, James Alexander, Toni Allen, Linda Anders, L. Patrick Anderson, Betty Anderson, Bryan Anderson, Jerry Atkins, Dee 282 Atkinson, Samuel Atwood, Don Atwood, Kathy Ayres, Billie Babin, Claude Jr. Bacon, Donald Baker, Brad Baker, Julia Baker, Rodney Ballenger, Luke III Barber, Erika Barringer, Diane Bartlett, Jean Barton, Cordia Basinger, Kristine Basore, Joe Bass, Lee Bassett, Beverly Baxter, William Beaird, Brian Beasley, Ann Beasley, Robert Beatty, David Beauchamp, Ricky Beaver, Eric Beisel, Norman Bell, David Bell, Patti Lu Bellmann, Merrie Bennett, John Berlau, Jeannette Berry, Diane Bert, Stan Biggers, Susan Biggs, Scott Bishop, Joe Black, Mark Blackwell, Dennis Blaylock, Cathey Blythe, Mary Bocksnick, Joyce Boersma, Joey Bone, Dana Bonsteel, Charlotte Boozman, Debra Boudra, William Boydston, Jackie Brake, William 283 Branham, Joan Brawner, Kim Brewer, Sarah Brice, Carolyn Bridwell, Phill ip Brothers, Brooke Brown, Annette Brown, Debby Brown, Joe Brown, Odell Jr. Brown, Robert Brown, Ronnie Brown, Stephen Brown, Wendy Bruss, Lee Bryce, Richard Bull, Nola Bull, Rebecca Burns, Ronald Bushkuhl, Richard Bussell, M. Karen Calloway, Doug Campbell, Robert Campbell, William Capehart, Carrie Carrie, Cynthia Carter, Frank Carter, Stanley Cary, Denise Casselberry, Reva Caver, Rita Cecil, Laura Chaney, Don Chapman, Steve Chappell, Mary Choate, Marsha Christian, Glenda Clark, Lawrence Clark, Nancy Clark, Robert Clinehens, Connie Coe, Joseph Cogdell, Joe Jr. Combs, John Combs, Kenny Commer, Melissa Conley, Nancy Cook,John 284 Cook, Linda Cook, Robert Core, Michelle Cornwell, Martha Cothrun, Delia Cotten, Clark Cottrell, David Council, Charles Couvillion, Rick Covey, Marvin Jr. Cowan, David Cowan, Donald Cowan, Lynn Cowgur, Beth Cox, Jim Craig, Robert Criner, Jane 285 Cross, Carl Cross, John Cross, John Crow, James Cunningham, Donna Curtner, Thomas Cupples, Kathy DallaRosa, Arthur Dasher, Terry Davis, Robin Day, Robert Deal, Debbie 286 Deffebaugh, Roscoe Dekins, Walker Dennis, Randy Dennison, Gary Denty, Donna Dirden, Charles Dixon, Carol Donner, Gerry Dorethy, Jackie Doverspike, Jackie Downem, Sheila Downer, Kathy Downum, Bobbie Doyle, Owen Duckett, Ronnie Due, James Dune, Deborah Dunk, Frederick Dunk, Kenneth Duvall, Deborah Dunseath, Robert Dye, Kathy Edelan, Shelley Edwards, Donald Ehrenberg, Harry Jr. Eiseler, Denise Elledge, Richard Elliott, Marc Fairhead, Mary Fanning, Kathryn Farrell, Gregory Faulkner, Sally Fawcett, Elizabeth Fiedorowicz, Larry Fields, Daniel Fischer, Shelley Fitzgerald, John Fitzhugh, Jenny Flanigan, Sandra Fletcher, Jerry Foehner, Charles Fogg, Patricia Folladori, Jay Foster, Ann Foster, Ann Foster, Brian Foster, Darcy 287 Foster, Laurie Fox, Susan Frazier, Mary Frear, James Frost, Barbara Fulbright, Sandra Fuller, Edwin Gainey, Cynthia Gammill, Robert Gammill, Thomas Garland, Gary Garrett, Nancy Geheb, Teresa Geller, Mike Gentry, Bruce Geren, Jerry Gessler, Bradley Gierenger, David Gil, Charlotte Givens, Kathy Gladwin, Dan Glidewell, Rodney Glover, Vicky Godfrey, Boscoe Goode, Dana Gorum, Martha Graves, Larry Gray, Mary Green, Stanley Greer, Cynthia Greeson, Randall Greifenstein, Charles Griffin, John Griffin, Steven Grumbles, Judy Gunter, John Gustafson, Polly Hahs, Robin Hale, William Halsum, Stephen Hanby, Leigh Ann Haney, Mary Hankins, Daniel Harmon, Judy Harmon, Mary Hamed, Julie Harris, Mike Hassell, William 288 Hatcher, Jeff Hatley, Jill Hauser, Marianne Hawkins, Bobby Hawkins, Henry Hayden, Robert Haynie, Sandra Hebbs, Kerry Hebert, Arvil Hefner, Angela Helmich, Ellen Henderson, Barbara Herriott, Denise Hester, Robert Hestir, Jo Ann Hewitt, Billie Hickey, Cathleen Hickman, David Sif 1 mm. a I r-(? L l jgLA L ' is; Hicks, Overtis Hills, Carl Hinton, Wilhelmina Hirsch, James Hixson, Robert Hlavaty, Gregg Holtsclaw, Stephen Hoo, Toy Soo Hood, Juliana Homor, Mary Horton, Doyle Horton, Victor 290 Howard, Amy Howard, Karen Howe, Joe Hughes, George Hull, Vicky Hulsey, Theresa Humphries, Ann Hunter, Mary Huntley, Geri Hurlbut, Donald Hutchens, Rebecca Ibsen, Michael Im, Hun-Bae Irwin, Terry Jacks, Carmen Jackson, Billy Jackson, Carolyn Jackson, Sally Jackson, Shar Jackson, William Jacobs, John Jacobi, Nancy James, Cynthia Jarrett, Lorin Jennings, Kelly Jim, Jim Little Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Deborah Johnson, Dwight Johnson, Gail Johnson, Gary Johnson, Ka y Johnson, Randy Johnson, Sally Johnston, Lela Johnston, Pamela Jones, Ertha Jones, Randall Jones, Sonya Jordan, Ruby Justis, Glen Karnes, Connie Kaylor, James Keith, Jane Kellam, Dennis Kelley, Victoria Kelly, Robert Kennedy, Pat 291 Keough, Marian Kerr, Steve Kiley, Kathy Killgore, Jack Kincaid, Edwin Kind, Rich King, Twila Kitchens, Karen Kleuser, Elizabeth Knowles, Mary Knox, Melinda Koehler, Edwin Kowalski, Edward Krebs, Greg Kuykendall, Fred Lachowsky, Stephen Lamb, Felton Jr. Langley, James Langston, Becky Lawrence, Sid Le Blanc, Catherine Lee, Anita Leggett, M. Abbey Leopard, Edward Lewis, John Ligon, Micky Lindall, Laura Lindsay, Sherrie Lively, Donna Livers, Robby Lockhart, Roosevelt Lofton, Paulette Lofton, Virlean Long, Steven Long, Terry Longinotti, David Loveall, Janet Lowder, Victoria Lowe, Kathelyn Lowery, Jeffrey Lubin, Avery Lukas, Daniel Lynch, Raymond Mackey, Glenn Mader, John Madison, Phil Maestas, Rebecca Magruder, Kathleen 292 Malcom, Mary Marsee, Denise Marsh, Charles Marshall, Lambert Martin, Diane Matejka, Sally Mathews, Barbara Matkin, Judith May, Beverly May, Marcy McBurnett, Stuart McCall, Edward III McClain, Sonny McClain, Suzanne McClendon, Larry McCombs, Mary McCorkle, Joseph McCorkle, Julie 293 McDonald, Neil McGee, Sharon McGill, Herbert McGraw, Ricky McIntosh, Kenneth McKinney, Marsha McLellan, Stanley McPhail, Maurice McVey, Gary Meader, Robbye Meeks, Richard Meier, Paul Mendenhall, Ann Merritt, Ronald Miller, David Miller, Donna Miller, Gene Miller, Nicholas 294 Miller, Susan Mills, John Minor, Carolyn Misenheimer, Bob Mize, Bernard Moore, Georgia Moore, John Moore, Mary Moore, Randy Moran, Patrick Morris, Cowan Morris, James Morris, Julie Moss, Randy Mossman, Constance Mossman, Robert Moulding, Jessica Munsey, Linda Myer, Jayne Myers, Don Nash, Donna Naucke, Rodney Neal, Patti Neath, Betsy Nelson, Tracey Newton, Michael Nicholson, Michael Nincehelser, Christine Noland, Stewart Oates, Bonner Oden, Larry Olsen, Jasper Osbun, Jean Otting, Karen Owens, Gwynda Pace, Ruth Pack, Hugh Pack, Robert Pantier, James Park, Roy III Parker, Randy Parsons, Janet Patrick, Jo Paul, James Peer, Allen Pendelton, Marcy Phillips, Claude Phillips, Joe Phillips, Stewart Pickering, Andy Pike, Lenita Pipkins, Deborah Pittman, Philip Plating, Jack Poe, Patricia Post, Amy Pounder, Marsha Powers, Dawn Powell, Helen Qualls, Carlos Rainwater, Liz Ramsey, Linda Rankin, William Ratley, Robin Rausch, Earl Reading, Deborah Reading, Ron Record, Peggy Reese, Phillip Reichard, Bob Reyes, Tyra Reynolds, David Reynolds, John Reynolds, Rebecca Rhoads, George Rial, Rita Rice, Mike Richardson, William Richison, Debbie Riley, Janna Riley, Susan Riley, Tommy Rimmer, Lynnette Rix, Cynthia Roan, Darlynn Roberts, Rita Roberts, Thelma Robertson, Chris Robinson, Harriet Robinson, Sue Robison, Marilyn Robisonn, Walter Rockey, Louann Rodriguez, Nancy Rogers, Robert Roget, Janet 296 Rone, Ron Rorex, Clifford Ross, Joe Rowell, Stephen Rumph, Alice Russell, James Ryburn, Charles Safren, Jonathan Sanders, John Scarbrough, Catherine Schroeder, Joe Scott, John Scott, Sam Scott, Timothy Searcy, Robert Seagraves, Sally Senko, Michael Serrell, Becky 297 Shapard, Thomas Shipp, David Shock, Belton Shook, Peggy Simon, Marcella Sing, Lee Skinner, Susie Skokes, Doug Sloan, Cindy Smiley, Denise Smith, Anna Smith, Cathy Smith, Denise Smith, Harvet Smith, Marsha Smith, Michael Smith, Nancy Smith, Roger 298 Smith, Rosemary Snipes, Theresa Snyder, Robert Spencer, Gary Sprouse, David Staggs, Bill Stalnaker, Sally Standridge, Gary Starks, Ricky Steckel, David Steele, Mark Stephens, Debbie Stevens, Nual Stewart, Ginny Stewart, Mike Stidham, Greg Stiles, Patti Stitt, Rita Stobaugh, Mike Stone, Karen Storey, Gladys Storms, Penny Suit, Jack Sullivan, Sheri Summers, Pamela Swearingen, Acey Swearingen, Jim Swindell, Cynthia Tallent, June Tanner, Fred Jr. Taylor, Deborah Tennis, Jim Tepfer, Sara Terrill, Richard Thompson, Dana Thompson, Davis Thornhill, Claudia Threlkeld, Douglas Tolley, Phillip Trayler, Elizabeth Treadway, Douglas Trear, Willie Triplett, Thomas Trout, Kenneth Tubb, Susan Tucker, Alden Tucker, Mary Tull, Lynn 299 Turnage, Ronald Turner, Janice Turner, Sue Ann Turner, Tommie Ulmer, Lori Upchurch, Fenner Van Horn, Dan Van Ness, Carol Vestal, Joe Via, Linda Vines, Michael Volk, Carol Waits, Lyndal Walker, Laura Walker, Sheroll Wallace, Jan Wallace, Jerrel Walls, Bobbye Walsh, Patricia Ward, Karen Ward, Michael Warner, Sarah Wassell, Gayle Watson, Judy Watson, Patty Watson, Reba Watson, Robert Weatherbee, Elna Weaver, Mary Weaver, Rebecca Webb, Kathleen Webb, Martha Welch, Becky Welch, Deanna Welch, Ewell Wells, Stanley Westbrook, Ben Westfall, Terry Wetherspoon, Alycya Weyltok, Mark Wheelis, Kay White, Bette White, Dan White, Kathy White, Susie Whittaker, Janie Whiteway, Ralph Wilder, Kathy Wildy, David Wilkerson, David Willbanks, Susan Williams, Anita Williams, David Williams, Jim Williams, Robin Williams, Scott Williams, Susan Wilson, Candes Wilson, David Wilson, Judy 301 Wilson, Jwan Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Lowell Wilson, Rebecca Wilson, Spann Wilson, Terry Winter, Rolaine Wittner, Leon Wood, Ken Wood, Scott Wooley, Jerry Wren, Mary Yakley, Kenneth Yarborough, Charles Yarbrough, Ruth Yamell, Thomas Yee, Joe Young, Alese Young, Churchill B. Young, Charlie Young, Jane Zimmerman, Richard Hart, Fred Moore, Harry Nutt, Jim Steele, David Tidwell, Gary Webb, Mark Bastian, James Batie, Raymond Beineman, Douglas Benefield, Richard Brady, Pamela Briggs, Bo Browning, William Bryan, Pamela Caldwell, Tim Campbell, James Clifford, Debbie Criner, Jerry Crook, Dwight Davis, John Dyer, Treeca Edwards, William Gamer, Michael Goins, Bert Hagge, Patrick Harris, Bill 302 Hartman, Albert Hartz, David Hotz, John Ives, Dan Jacks, Wendy James, Dick James, Joseph Landers, Mary Leopard, Lindsey Livers, Martha Lundergan, Catherine Martin, Beverly Matejka, Joseph K. Miles, Ivan Moon, Gary Nielsen, Lori Peters, Donald Pettigrew, Edwin Puckett, Jane Reed, Paulette Reed, William Richard, Harriette Shaffer, Warren Stuart, John Vandergriff, David Vann Smith, Hobson Watts, Jerry Whitbeck, Gordon White, David White, Linda Williams, David Williamson, Candy Zacker, David 303 JUNIOR! Alexander, Marla Allen, Lee, Jr. Alstadt, Tod Alvord, Cindy Anderson, Lawson Andrepont, Angela Appleton, Dick Archibald, Mike Armatis, Jerry Arnold, Debroah Arnold, Leslie Arnold, Victoria 304 Asbury, Dale Atkinson, Ruth Audrain, Scott Austin, Connie Babb, Chiquita Bailey, Leigh Bailey, Mary Bailey, Regina Baker, Allen Baker, Betsy Baker, Joe Bales, Terri Bankston, Char Banister, Glen Barnes, Kathy Barron, James Barry, Clinton Barry, Eugene Barton, Michael Bauer, Frank Bealle, Becky Beasley, Becky Beasley, Lee Beckman, Debbie Bedie, William Bell, Lisa Bell, Wayman Benton, Susan Bilo, Beege Black, Charles Black, Laurie Blackwell, Mary Blankenship, Jo Ann Bludworth, Bub Bluhm, Dudley Boas, Olivia Bodie, Jack Boone, Steve Bounds, Lissa Bourne, James Jr. Boyce, Margie Boyd, Barbara Boyd, Roberta Bracy, Bill Bracken, Richard Bradley, Linda Bradley, Deby Bragg, Ruth 305 Bramlett, Mike Brandon, Frances Brandon, N. Gay Bratton, Roy Brazelton, Clint Brenner, Brenda Brewer, Jim Brown, Jocelyn Brumbaugh, Suzanne Bryant, Carole Bryant, Royce Bryson, John Buford, Margaret Burford, Catherine Burgess, Denene Burk, Diane Bums, Charles Bye, Laura Calhoun, Richard Campbell, William Capstick, Daniel Carnes, Rosemary Carney, John Carter, Gary Carter, James Carter, Stan Carver, Nena Castleberry, Connie Cawood, Jacki Chambers, Dennis Chapin, Martha Chipman, Larry Christian, Thomas Clark, Glenda Clifton, Richard Cobb, Becky Cochran, Roy Jr. Cole, John Cole, Lynn Coleman, Virgil Collier, Tommy Collins, Carren Connins, Cindy Collins, Gloria Conley, Mike Conrad, Debbie Conner, Virginia Cook, Barry 306 Cook, Chuck Cook, Ferris Cook, Nancy Cooper, Janice Cottier, Cindy Covington, John Cowart, Jessica Cox, Pam Cracraft, Judy Craig, Francis Crane, Ed Crank, Kim Creech, Dennis Cripps, Joe Crouch, Marilyn Curless, Jerri Daggett, Mitch Dale, Laurie Davenport, H. Diane Davidson, William Davis, Barbara Dean, David Deaton, David Deere, Robert Dees, Robert DeHosse, Brian Denney, Carole Dickerson, Cathy Dickey, Rebecca Dickinson, Carolyn Dingier, David Divine, Donna Dodson, Dana Dodson, Thomas Jr. Doherty, Patricia Driver, Marsha Drouet, Delia Dudley, Charles Duell, Marc Duke, Larry Duncan, Mark Dunn, Debbie Dwey, Karen Easterly, Bart Eddy, Charles Efurd, Cary Ekonomides, Costas Elridge, Craig 307 Emerson, Stanley England, Michael Engler, Kay English, Trudi Erwin, Joe Estep, Patty Evans, Dona Fath, Leta Faulkner, Mary Feemster, Randy Feldman, Judy Feldman, Mark Fellows, Julie Feltych, Mary Lou Ferguson, Halley III Ferguson, Thomas Fielder, Larry Filippelli, Stephen Fincher, Lynette Fiscus, Jack Fisher, Mark Fitton, Martin Fleming, Mark Flemming, Mary Foehner, Linda Fogleman, Scott Foley, Larry Fontaine, Marjorie Foster, Carol Foster, Patti Foster, Ruthie Fowler, Martha Freedle, Jerry Freeman, Burton Freeman, Becca French, Dona Frieden, Brooke Furlow, James Gant, Dinah Garland, Gregory Gamer, John Gamer, Gail Garred, Barry Garrison, Edward Gates, Jane Gerety, John Gertsen, Rod Gilbrech, Kay 308 Gillespie, Randy Gillum, Mike Gilpin, Cynthia Glidewell, Susan Goddard, Terri Goforth, Carol Graham, Wade Gray, Johnese Gray, Roy Green, Linda Greenway, Diana Griffith, John Grubb, Steve Hager, Ronald Hale, Bill Hale, Rosa Halinski, Karen Hamilton, Joel Hammans, Chip Handloser, Lynne Harden, Terry Harger, Erwin Harrel, Susan Harris, Karen Harris, Marilyn Harris, Steven Harrison, Michael Harry, Jane Hart, Eric Hart, Rebecca Hartman, Heather Hatcher, Dale Hawks, Brad Hayes, Robert Hays, Jo Helen Heflin, Roger Heinbaugh, Randy Hemmingson, Elizabeth Henderson, Jack Henderson, Melissa Henrichs, Ramona Henry, Connie Henry, Jane Henry, Walter Hensley, Beth Herron, Mary Hess, Mary Hess, Robert 309 Hewett, Tommy Higginbothom, Mark Hilgeman, Nancy Hink, Susan Hoag, Charles Hodges, David Hoffman, Thomas Hogue, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Kathy Holt, Sandra Holtzclaw, Gale Hood, Christine Home, Bill Hosford, Jeff Houchen, Susan Houser, Pamela Howell, Rebecca Howland, Nancy Howton, Brent Hubbard, Benjamin Hudgens, Kathy Huff, Donnie Humphreys, Virginia Hunt, Janet Hunter, Teresa Hurt, Sandy Hutson, Leanna Huxtable, Ginny Ingram, Dennis Irby, John 310 Jackson, Beth Jackson, Richard Jacobs, Kathy Jacobs, Mary Jameson, Tommy Jeolicka, Frank Jefferies, John Jeffers, Priscilla Jeske, Daniel Johanson, Karen Johnsey, Priscilla Johnson, Cynthia Johnson, Janet Johnson,John Johnson, Martha Johnson, Mary Johnson, Virginia Johnston, Vicki Johnston, Jeff Jolly, Patrick Jones, Charles Jones, Jackie Jones, Jim Jones, Mark Jones, Martha Jones, Roger Jones, Steve Jordon, Liz Kaufman, Bruce Keacher, Kandy Keen, Kerri Kelley, Susan Kelling, Melissa Kendrich, Thomas Kennedy, Karen Kenyon, Mark Kilcrease, Sherry Kilgore, Charlett Kilgore, Sylvia Killett, Kimbra Killings worth, John Kinard, Thomas Kincaid, John King, Anthony King, Carol King, Jim King, Kelly Kirby, Sally 311 Kirkpatrick, Anita Kolb, Steve Kraft, Paula Krissell, Wayne Kuykendall, Karla La Fargue, Richard Lamb, Randall Lane, Joe Langham, John Lanham, Sean Larson, Daniel Lashlee, Kim Laughlin, Brent Laws, Kathie Lax, Gary Lazarus, Andrew LeFevre, Terry Lewis, Mary Jane Leiblich, Patti Lochaas, Phil Lockhart, Cyrill Longtin, Philip Looney, Anne Love, David Lowe, Cynthia Lumpkin, Karen Lumpkin, Richard Luther, William MacDonald, Molly Machen, Janet Mackeey, Carolyn Madey, Joseph Maestri, Lea Ann Maguire, Sharon Marak, Kay Marinelli, Lou Marsh, Wallis Martin, Danny Martin, Terry Massenburg, Pamela Matchet, David Mathisen, Mark Maurer, Ellen Maves, Jody Maxey, Melinda Maswell, Janet May, Leah Marie McAllister, Deborah 312 McBurnett, Rita McClellan, Aubrey McClura, Robert McCollum, Elizabeth McDonalds, Jane McFadden, Anna McKinney, John McKinney, Mary McLemory, Risa McLoud, Tommy McMillan, Martha McNeil, Marsha McNeill, Norma McNeill, Paul Meehan, Stephabie Megee, John Meggers, Steve Melekian, Mary Melhom, Mary Melton, Joyce Mendenhall, Matthew Meripol, Art Merritt, Molly Mertens, William Meuwly, Michael Meyer, Stacey Meyers, Rebecca Michaels, Teresa Miers, Chuck Miller, Don Miller, Gary Miller, Katherine Miller, Michael Miller, Tommy Mitchell, Vicki Moll, Debby Moll, Vicki Money, Margaret Montgomery, Bill Moody, Vicki Mooney, John Moore, Ellen Moore, Judy (Hunton) Moore, Linda Moore, Mitzi Moore, Steven Moore, Trudy Morgan, Scott 313 Morgan, Steven Morley, James Morris, David Morrledge, Mike Moseley, Melissa Moss, Joe Mulford, Bruce Murry, Rucker Nakdimen, Stephen Nance, Cecil III Nash, Steven Neblett, Paul Nevill, Clyde Oates, Deborah O ' Hearn, Kelly O ' Neal, Patricia O ' Neill, Pamela Osborne, Allison Ownbey, Carol Palmar, Jane Parker, Cynthia Parker, Robert Paul, Terry Peak, Mona Pepper, John Perkins, Steven Perrin, George Jr. Phelps, Juia Phillips, James Phillips, Jaquita Phillips, Jennifer Pierce, Ruby Piper, Phyllis Pitts, Paul Plunkett, Marie Pollard, Robert Pomeroy, Cathy Post, Debbie Poulsen, Gregory Poulsen, Norma Pounder, Leah Pranger, Harry Price, Julianna Price, Linda Price, Teresa Proctor, Randy Pruet, Ann Pruss, Rose 314 Puryear, Morris Rasberry, Patti Rayburn, Mike Reed, Bill Reed, Carolyn Reed, Kathy Reid, Tommy Reinke, Stephen Reno, Pau la Reynolds, Terry Rhodes, Warren Rice, Robbi Richey, Janis Riley, John Roberts, Mindy Robinson, Joe Roddy, Carol Rogers, John 315 Roscoe, George Rothrock, Susan Rouby, Christina Rowland, Bill Ruble, Linda Russell, David Saakes, Sylvia Sanders, David Sanders, Jimmy Sanders, Linda Sanders, Sally Sanderson, Lynn Sarratt, John Satterfield, Deborah Sawyer, Curtis Schwartz, Cynthia Scobey, Mike Scott, Colleen Scott, Robert Scott, Susan Scott, Tommy Seaton, Becky Seaton, Bill Jr. Seilbold, Karen Shahim, Abbas Shannon, Carroll Sheets, Jennie Siebenmorgen, Ronnie Simmons, Nancy Simmons, Richards Sink, Melissa Skarda, Connie Skillern, Gary Skinner, Jack Skomski, Kathy Slocomb, John Smith, Ava Smith, Elaine Smith, Gwenn Smith, Jan Smith, Marsha Smith, Meredith Smith, Naomi Smith, Sherry Snipes, Millie Snowden, Ann Solomon, Julia Sparks, Melinda 316 Speer, Paul Springston, Regena Staats, Lindy Stallard, Lucretia Stanton, Patrick Starkey, Carla Stathakis, Sam St. Clair, Roy Stephens, Ruth Stevens, Gini Stewart, Kenneth Stobaugh, David Stobaugh, Mary Stuckey, Baylus Sugg, Deanna Sulcer, Susanne Sullivan, Deborah Swafford, Lois Swain, Sarah Swaim, Tracey Sweat, Vickie Swink, Greg Talbot, Jan Talbot, Susie Tappan, Charles Tate, Suzanne Taylor, Allison Taylor, Julia Teaford, Ann Terai, Mike Terry, Ann Thalgott, Dee Ann Thomas, Roxanne Thomason, Lisa Thomason, Martin Thompson, Deborah Thompson, Donna Thompson, Johan Thompson, Ruth Toler, Steven Trace, Barb Traylor, Teresa Treadway, Julie Tucker, Connie Tucker, Mike Tucker, Robert Turner, Margaret Tuttle, Holly 317 Tyler, Cynthia Udouj, Deborah Uhlis, Deborah Van De Wiele, Teri Van Ert, Jill Vaught, Kimberly Vickers, Kenneth Vines, Connie Wagner, Mark Walker, Catherine Walker, Diana Walker, Greg Walsh, Ben Ward, James Ward, Lesa Ward, Terry Warren, Ann Wassell, Lisa 318 Wasson, Joseph Watson, Karen Watson, Linda Watts, Richard Watts, Susan Webb, Roy Webb, Terry Weber, Bill Webster, Chuck Weir, Jim Weiss, Tina Westbrook, Janie Westfall, Paul Wheeler, Joyce Whitaker, David Whitaker, Donna White, Calvan Widdows, Gae Wiggins, William Wilcox, Steve Wiley, Gary Wilhite, Randy Wilkerson, Dan Wilkins, Betty Willbanks, James Williams, Christopher Williams, Dorris Williams, Dwight Wilson, Lynn Wilson, Gary Wilson, K. K. Wilson, Rhonda Wilson, Sandra Windle, D. W. Wingfield, Keith Wingfield, William Wolf, Angie Wolff, Rufus Wood, Allison Wood, Ava Wood, Cynthia Wood, Robert Woodward, Reid Woody, Dennis Word, Anita Worley, Alice Yarbrough, Cathy Yarbrough, Timothy L. 319 Yee, Tony Yoder, Douglas Young, Susan Zachry, Earl Zebrowski, Lauren Zeh, Darlene Zenor, Becky Zike, Patricia Zimpel, John Zini, Mark Ziser, Angla Zulpe, Linda 320 i fife 321 SOPHOMORES Acord, Jim Action, Joan Adams, Judith Adney, Carrel Alexander, Gary Alford, Thomas Allgeyer, Judy Allison, Cynthia Alquist, Bruce Amos, Steve Anderson, Bruce Arnold, Kent 322 Ashley, Elaine Atchison, David Atkins, Bill Ayers, Dean Babbit, Rebecca Bagnail, Beverly Bailey, David Bailey, Nancy Bailey, Rickey Baily, Mark Baker, Albert Baker, Carol Baker, Stanley Baldwin, Mimi Banister, Martha Barber, Ronny Barnes, Lisa Basham, Catherine Basham, Charles Basham, Sara Batson, Sharon Baxter, Cheryl Bays, David Beane, John Beane, Tonya Beard, Sam Beasley, Cheryl Bell, Donna Bell, Pamela Bender, Kurt Benton, Cindy Benton, Mary Berry, Danny Bethell, Andy Betzner, Paul Bevier, Kathryn Bevill, Rebecca Biggs, Jerre Black, Charles Black, Randall Blackwell, Roger Blackwood, Rick Blakely, Kim Blanton, Sharon Blindman, Scott Blodgett, Deborah Blomquist, Vicki Bogle, Becky 323 Bone, Jeanie Bowen, Barrett Bowman, Charlotte Bowman, Holly Bowman, Sandra Box, Brenda Box, Mickey Boyd, Lynn Bradberry, Robert Bradbury, Ralph Bradford, Sharon Brady, John Bragg, Jennifer Brainard, Meigs Brandon, Gary Brannon, Laura Brannon, Steve Brashears, Sara Bridges, Jane Bridwell, Claire Bright, Dixie Brinkley, Diana Brock, Rocky Brown, Mark Brown, Stephanie Bryan, Scott Bunyard, Sara Burks, Rhonnie Burnes, Barbara Burnett, Lou Burt, Sandra Burton, Elinor Burton, Richard Butler, Chris Butler, Leslie Butler, Mike Byrd, Katherine Campbell, David Campbell, Jeana Campbell, Mark Carithers, Kelly Carlisle, Margaret Carlson, Mark Carnes, Barbara Carney, Deborah Carpenter, Geneva Carroll, Carney Carroll, Tom 324 Carson, Linda Carter, Ginny Catlett, Rebecca Chambers, Carol Chambliss, Dean Cheatham, Jody Cheatham, Larry Cheatwood, Amber Chism, Laura Chivers, Jo Ellen Clack, Lawrence Clark, Jackie Clark, Jill Clark, Ron Clark, Ronald Clark, Sharon Clark, Susan Clark, Teri Clement, Joe Clement, John Clemons, Deborah Cochran, Tom Coker, Kevin Colbert, John Cole, Barbara Colemen, Charles Coleman, Robert Collins, Anna Coogan, Debbie Cook, David 325 Core, Grady Corley, Chip Coutret, Karen Couvillion, Romona Covert, George Covey, Shari Cowling, Denny Cozad, Gail Craig, Dana Craig, Susan Crain, Cathee Crain, Tim Craven, Thersa Cravens, Marsha Creswell, Curtis Cruce, Martin Crum, Thomas Curtis, Mary Cyrus, Mike Daggett, Mala Daily, Kathleen Dale, Ann Dale, Edward Dallarosa, Sharon Dalrymple, Stuart Dark, Bill Darling, Web Daugherty, Ann Davidson, Mike Davis, Drew Davis, Gregg Davis, John Davis, Kathy Davis, Lisa Day, Leslie Dean, Nancy DeBusk, Susan Dempsey, Doris Denard, Leland Derrick, Marcia Dewitt, Gary Dick, Joseph Dietrich, Susan Dillard, Luanne Dirden, Joann Dixon, Debbie Dodd, Deann Donaubauer, Allyn 326 Douglas, Gifford Droddy, John Drye, Betty Duckworth, Brock Dumeny, Sharon Duncan, Allen Dye, Phillip Echols, Bob Edwards, William Eldridge, Bill Elkins, Pam Elliott, Steve Ellis, Lavinia Ellis, Lisa Emery, Elaine Ervin, Michael Eubanks, Ralph Evans, Cheryl Evans, Debra Fahmer, Margaret Fair, Carol Fair, Ronald Farmer, Sandra Farmer, William Featherston, Cindy Ferranti, Nancy Fields, John Finnigan, Maureen Fisher, James Flanders, Judy 327 Flanigan, Karen Fleischner, Stuart Flocks, Sam Floyd, Sie Floyd, Tracey Ford, June Ford, Margo Foreman, Marla Forester, Linda Forkner, Danny Forney, Richard Forrest, Janet Fort, Nena Foster, Stanley Fotg, Barbie Frazer, Dana Free, Dudley Freeman, William Frenz, Connie Gardner, Joan Gardner, Ronnie Garrett, Lila Garrison, Dan Garrison, Linda Gaston, Susan Gentry, Jill Gentry, Pat Gentry, Teresa Geraci, Doris Gerrard, David Gessler, Carl Gibson, Marianne Gibson, Terry Gillette, John Gillmore, Deborah Gilmore, Julie Gladfelter, Louis Glen, Susan Goff, Doris Gordon, Martha Gorman, Gina Graves, Denise Green, Benny Green, Debra Greer, Marcus Griffin, Donald Grigsby, Flora Grimsley, Sherri 328 Grizzell, Diane Grizzle, Rebecca Groce, Gary Hackney, Pamela Hageman, Casey Hager, Connie Haigh, Jane Hale, Luann Haley, Timothy Hall, Betty Hall, Karen Hamilton, Jane Hanley, Robert Harp, John Harrel, Nancy Harrell, Ken Harriman, Pam Harrington, Scott 329 Harrison, Aaron Harris, Cheryl Harris, Cheryl Harris, Lynn Harris, Steph Harrison, Leann Harrison, Nancy Hart, Edward Hartz, James Harvell, Michael Hastings, Lynn Hastings, Nancy Hawkins, David Hawthorn, Ricky Hayde, Margaret Heard, Rynne Heerwagon, David Heizman, Eric Hemmert, Lisa Henderson, E. 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Marc Porter, Arthur Post, Paul Post, Peter Powell, Curtis Powell, Rozan Price, Susan Priest, Steven Pruett, Laura Pryor, Lauren Purtle, Peggy Qualls, Warren Quick, Jerri Raley, Ann Rapley, Gil Rash, Dan Redden, Mark Reed, Fred Relyea, Carol Reneau, Mike Reynolds, Patricia Rhodes, Dana Rhodes, Sheila Rice, Charles Rice, Mark Richardson, Phyllis Ridgeway, Bob Ridgeway, Roger Riley, Randall Ripley, Fliece Ritch, Cindy Roberts, Patti Robinson, Laura Robinson, Lisa Robinson, Lea Robison, Nancy Roelfs, Randall Rogers, Nancy Rogers, Valorie 337 Rose, Jenny Ross, Linda Roth, Daniel Rupe, Joy Russell, Jimmy Ryan, Jerry Sallee, William Sampolesi, Shelia Sangster, John Satterfield, Greg Saviers, Mark Scarbrough, Susan Schakel, Peggy Scherer, Billy Schieffler, Dan Searcy, Joseph Selig, Anna Seller, Velma Shaddox, William Shadrach, Steve Shaffer, Robert Shaw, Cynthia Shaw, Nancy Shea, Cathleen Shenep, James Sherwood, James Shipman, Bob Shiver, John Shoop, Nancy Short, Jim Sipes, Susan Slaughter, Bradley Slone, Don Smith, Barby Smith, Craig Smith, Fay Smith, James Smith, Julie Smith, Kathy Snyder, Clifford Snyder, Margaret Spahn, Marilyn Sparks, Tommye Spears, Martin Sperry, Holly Stacy, Joe Stafford, Bill Staples, Betty 338 Stellman, Mike Stevens, Diane Stewart, Sharon Stobaugh, Christie Stocker, Jeff Stophlet, Michael Strahan, Nicky Strong, Pamela Stuckey, Elizabeth Stuckey, Samuel Studards, Sherry Stultz, Sara 339 l » 4 0 » n ijiim Sullivan, Steve Summerford, Joe Summers, Homer Swaim, Lisa Swan, Mike Swim, Janet Sykes, Vernon Tajeri, Gholan Tatman, Leslie Taylor, Clay Taylor, Kenneth Tenney, Dinda 340 ypppji Terry, Danny Terry, Steven Thaxton, Marvin Thomas, Herbert Thomas, Mary Thomason, Patrick Thompson, Charles Tiemann, Susan Tillary, Libby Tillery, Jim Todd, Barry Toler, Ronnie Tortorich, Susan Townley, Judy Traband, John Traeger, Loren Tranntham, E. Clark Teoth, Mark Tucker, David Tucker, Dee Tumilty, Becky Turner, Jean Twist, Randy Utley, Alice Vadnais, Roberta VanHalfacre, Charley Vanzant, Vicki Vaught, Katherine Vest, Deborah Vigneault, J. J. Von Hatten, Catherine Wacaster, Charles Wages, Janet Waldrip, Mark Walker, John Walker, Teresa Wallace, Roy Wann, Karen Ward, Brian Ward, Lesa Warriner, Don Wassell, Lisa Wasson, Joseph Watkins, Johm Watson, Karen Watson, Linda Weaver, Dewey Weaver, Rhona 341 Weaver, Sandra Webb, Linda Webb, Roy Webster, Chuck Weir, Jim Welch, Jimmy Wesson, Julie Westfall, Paul Whitaker, Davis White, Randy Whitlow, James Wilcox, Steve 342 Wilkerson, Dan Wilks, Gary Willbanks, James Williams, Dwight Williams, Linda Williamson, Richard Wilson, Gary Wilson, K. K. Wilson, Rhonda Wilson, S. Craig Wingfield, Keith Wingfield, William Witherspoon, John Wolff, Rufus Wood, Robert Wood, Vicki Woodard, Stephanie Woodruff, Connie Woods, Gene Woodward, Reid Workman, Bradley Worley, Alice Wright, David Wright, Patricia Yarborough, Steven Yates, Reggie Young, Mildred Young, Susan Zebrowski, Lauren Zenor, Becky Zimpel, John Ziser, Angla Zwayer, Nancy 343 Music in the Shade 344 345 Acre, Paul Adams, Andy Adams, Connie Adams, Michael Akin, Brian Allen, Christie Allen, John Allen, Nancy Allred, Connie Amos, Wanda Andersen, John Andersen, Albert Anglin, James An tone, Toni Arth, Michael Arthur, John Ashford, Charles Ashley, Sharon 346 Audrain, John Bacon, Robert Bailey, Bonnie Ballard, Teresa Ballentine, Valerie Barnett, Bruce Barnett, Sherry Barton, Becky Basham, Drew Baten, Greg Beard, Jana Beck, Teresa Bell, Liz Bender, Lynn Berry, Rena Bersinger, David Bertschi, Barbara Bilger, Patti Black, Charlotte Black, David Black, Larry Blackwell, James Blackwood, Cheryl Blari, Melinda Bland, Richard Blankenship, Rosemary Bocksnick, John Boles, Nita Bonner, Steven Bowen, Bobby Box, Jim Boyce, Patti Boyd, Kelly Brackett, James Brewer, Becky Brawner, Sharon Bricker, Carol Bridges, Randy Briggs, Cheryl Brooks, Nina Brosell, Judy Brown, Maureen Brown, Terry Browne, Becky Browning, Swayze Bruton, Robert Bryant, Joan Buckley, Dennis 347 Buckley, Steven Bull, Debbie Bullington, Patty Burge, Betty Burns, Scot Burnside, Carol Burrows, Johnny Butler, Charles Bynum, Terri Callaway, Jody Calva, Anita Calvin, Linda Campbell, Denise Cannon, Cathryn Caple, Janet Carraway, Tommy Carter, Curtis Carter, Kenford 348 Cartwright, Bruce Cash, Leslie Castleberry, Richard Chapman, Donald Chevaillier, Bill Christy, Patti Clark, Debra Clark, Pam Clark, Sheryl Clayton, Debra Clement, Rebecca Cole, James Cole, Suzan Coleman, Britt Coleman, Donald Collins, Cheryl Combs, Judith Coston, Brad Cousins, David Covey, Paula Cowling, Max Crank, Elisabeth Craven, Shanda Crews, Peggy Culpepper, Marguerite Cummins, Cynthia Cunningham, Karen Curlin, Douglas Cutsinger, Karen David, Cassandra Davis, Anthony Davis, Beverly Davis, Carol Davis, Jackie Davis, Julia Davis, Terry Debons, Phyllis Deen, Neil De Jamatte, Ralph Delozier, Terry Denty, Susan Depew, Roland Desonic, Lee Destiche, James Dickerson, Jimmy Dickinson, Walt Ditzig, Mick Dockans, Kathy 349 Donathan, Cynthia Dorethy, Joyce Domaus, Carolyn Dorsey, Teresa Doss, Scott Dougan, Gracia Dowdle, Donald Drake, Ruth Drilling, Eddie Driskell, Pamela Duckworth, Robbie Duncan, Glynda Dunlap, Lee Duke, Michael Durrett, Celia Earhart, Lee Eckhart, Janet Eddy, David Elkins, Debbie Elliott, John Elison, Christie England, Cecily English, Marty Erstine, Jon Faddis, Jennifer Fancher, Kaye Fay, Sally Fedosky, Susan Fellows, Lyle Ferguson, Wendy Fields, Louis Fink, Margie Fimberg, Tom Fiscus, Edward Flanders, Patti Flowers, Cheryl Flynn, Janis Fowler, Mary Fowler, Renee Franklin, Angie Freeland, Debbie Fryer, Steve Fryxell, Steve Fugitt, Kim Gaines, Jim Gammon, Geoffrey Gann, Cindy Garland, Alan Gamer, Lisa Garnett, Sue Gaskill, Dathan Gattis, Steven Gay, Francis Gebhart, Richard George, James Geurin, Brenda Gilmer, Nancy Glenn, Anne Glidewell, Paula Glisson, Paula Glover, Katheleen Goble, Russ Goodwin, Jimmy Gottfries, Birgitta Goyne, Mary Grafe, Becky 351 Gray, Julia Greer, Steve Griffin, Jan Griggs, Franklin Grim, Robert Guthrie, Paula Haggard, Jeri Hagler, Chris Hale, Don Hall, Nancy Hall, Robert Haltom, Phillip 352 Hamilton, Lynn Hancock, Mark Hanna, Phyllis Hany, Mike Hardin, Joe Harding, Leslie Hardison, Patricia Harmon, Deborah Harmon, Tena Harrell, Cara Harrington, Susan Harris, Vicki Harty, Robert Hassenger, Timothy Hayes, Mary Heller, Thomas Henger, Mac Hensley, Scott Hewett, Teresa Hollingsworth, David Holmes, Amelia Hope, Ronnie Hopkins, Jane Hopkins, Jean Homor, Elmer Horton, Marilyn Hoselton, James House, Jeff Howard, Charla Howe, Otis Hudgens, Fred Hudgins, Robert Hudson, Walter Huey, Martha Hugg, Marcie Hughes, Sarah Hundley, Linda Hunton, Thomas Imboden, Pete Jacobs, Arthur Jacobs, John James, Glenda James, William Johanson, Blair Johanson, Bruce Johnson, Daniel Johnson, Lorrie Johnson, Ralph 353 Johnson, Ruben Johnson, Suzanna Johnston, Donna Johnston, Mike Johnston, Thomas Jones, Jeffry Jones, Jerry Jones, John Jones, Kim Jorgensen, Kerry Katz, Barry Kaufman, Judy Keech, Nancy Keisler, Pam Keller, Kim Kelly, Bonnie Kersey, Mark Kincheloe, Karen King, Julie Kinnaird, Mary Kinsey, Beth Kirkpatrick, Carolyn Kittrell, Adele Klug, Pete Knight, Steven Knoll, Dana Koch, Kathryn Kretschmar, Mike Kreul, Richard Kristinsson, Julius Lackie, Lelah Lasker, Terry Laster, Charles Lavender, Larry Lee, Pamela Lee, Stephanie Lefevre, Charmaine Leith, Robert Lesage, Paul Lewis, Judy Lewis, Tommy Liles, Michael Lincoln, Mary Lindsey, Charles Locknar, Mary Long, Cathy Longtin, Richard Lorenz, Gustav 354 Lovell, Lanay Luttrell, Andy Lybrand, Melody Lynch, Dan Lynn, Bruce Lytle, John Maberry, Todd Mackey, Lenn Madden, Don Magie, Mark Maglothin, Mark Magruder, Lucy 355 Mahan, Lee Mantooth, Larry Marrs, Dolf Martin, Gregory Matheson, Becky Matkin, Ernest May, Alicia Maynard, Bill McAfee, Ted McBride, John McCain, Marc McCain, Nancy McClure, Carol McCray, Suzanne McCoy, Bill McDaniel, Charles McDaniel, Craig McDonald, Kathryn McElroy, Ann McIntosh, Ellis McKinney, Barbara McKinney, Rick McDinnis, Deborah McMillan, Ron McNelly, John McVoy, Carl Merritt, Seth Mertins, David Middleton, Cindy Miller, Anita Miller, Preston Miller, Tod Mills, Libby Millsap, Kenneth Millweed, Patrick Moncrief, David Moon, Karen Moore, Bobby Moore, Michael Moore, Philip Morara, Neva Morgan, Sharon Morris, Sarah Moser, Chris Mullen, Cheryl Myers, Steven Naes, Michael Nation, Debbi 356 New, Michael Newell, Clyde Newkirk, Clifford Newman, Chris Newnam, Leah Noble, Michael Nowacki, Karen Nunn, Cumalee Oberste, Neva Oldham, Richard Orr, Pam Overton, Jerry 357 Owen, John Pack, Nancy Paddack, William Parker, Donald Parker, Jacque Parrish, John Parsons, Cathy Parsons, Paul Patterson, Dale Paulk, Joe Paxter, John Pearson, James Peden, Wayne Pedige, Wyatt Pendleton, Llewellyn Penick, Lydia Perkins, Gayla Perry, Dale mm IEwJ 117 ' . « B ft ' . ! i II I Philpot, Lee Phoebus, Brenda Pickens, Evelyn Pickering, Nita Pickle, Charles Pittman, Thomas Place, Kirk Plunkett, Wade Post, Rosemary Pottebaum, Karen Powlowski, Krista Prater, Glenanna Preyer, Rebecca Price, John Price, Val Proctor, David Pullen, Scott Pulliam, Marty Ragland, Rebecca Ralls, Elizabeth Ramsey, Carla Rasmussen, Paul Reardon, Joseph Rebsame, Scott Reese, Don Reeves, Sherri Renard, Maureen Reynolds, John Rhoads, Ginger Rice, Rhonda Rice, Vicki Rich, Jack Richards, Ricky Richey, Diana Rieke, Dan Ritchie, Kate Ritter, David Roach, Roger Robbins, Kenneth Robinson, Dennis Roden, Patricia Rodgers, Jennifer Rodman, Debbie Roeger, Susan Rogers, David Rogers, Teddy Roles, Nancy Rom, Curt 359 Rook, Robert Rorex, Richard Rose, Mike Rosenaur, Warren Ross, Steven Ross, Teresa Row, Benson Ruble, Richard Russell, Susan Sandusky, Wesley Sanson, David Savage, Bill Sayers, Debbie Sayre, George Schaefer, Ann Scheurich, Gretchen Schoessel, Roger Schonert, Carole Schubel, Aileen Schultz, Tom Schumacher, James Scott, Lynn Scott, Peggy Scott, Roslyn Scruggs, Rick Seifert, Mark Sessions, Julie Sharp, Thomas Shawhan, Mike Shelley, Marilyn Shelton, Crystal Shenasa, Alin Shepherd, Virginia Shirley, Phillip Short, James Simon, Tom Simpson, Randy Sims, Rogert Slone, Sherri Smith, Barry Smith, Boyd Smith, Cindy Smith, David Smith, Debra Smith, Dwight Smith, Greg Smith, Gregory Smith, John 360 Smith, Rand Smith, Marc Smith, Mark Smith, Mary Smith, Mike Smithson, Nina Sokora, John Sonstegaard, Judi Sparrow, Sharon Speck, John Spencer, James Spicer, Jeannie 361 Stafford, Karen Stephenson, Mary Sterling, Sue Stewart, Vanessa Stobaugh, Billy Stockburger, Debby Stoltz, David Stone, Emily Stoneman, Cary Storla, Steven Stovall, Nanch Strickland, Royce Sturtevant, Leslie Swaim, Margaret Swales, Karen Swann, Janet Swink, Douglas Sykes, Richard Tacker, Phil Rappan, David Tarkington, Andy Templeton, Joe Terry, Doug Texter, Tricia Thomas, Cindy Thomas, Danny Thompson, Marshall Thompson, Patricia Thompson, Toss Thweatt, Steve Tompton, James Torrence, Carolyn Tribulak, John Trimble, Janan Triplett, Kay Trizza, Deena Trosper, David Trotter, Nancy Underwood, Arch Usdin, Alice Usher, Sammy Vail, Doug Vanderboom, Jane Vangilder, Nancy Van Ness, Lewis Van Vebber, David Vaughn, Sharon Vestal, Mickey 362 Vester, Jane Vincent, Rick Vint, Robert Vondran, Juan Vorsanger, Bruce Voss, Marsha Wallin, Robert Walters, Caroline Ward, Alicia Warren, David Watson, Bobby Watson, Hugh Wayne, James Weaver, Doug Weaver, Jackie Webb, Keith Weedman, Julia Weindorf, Marilyn Welch, Edwina Wemick, Linda West, Rebecca Westerfield, Kara Wheat, David Wheelis, Wayne White, Charles White, Chuck Wicker, Lisa Wilder, Beth Wilkins, Alan Wilks, Regina Willey, Beverly Williams, Albert Williams, Andrea Williams, Donna Williams, Gayle Williams, Philip Williams, Wayne Willis, Gail Willman, Elizabeth Wilmoth, Thomas Winer, Georgia Wise, John Wolford, Bill Wood, Danny Wright, Anne Wright, Charles Wright, Gary Wright, Marjorie Wright, Mark Yocham, Bronwyn York, John 364 iHi 365 dormies Lying in your bed mulling over plans for the future and the shortcomings of the past few days (because you are a dormitory man and you do have shortcomings enough to weigh your mind down), you are suddenly thrown out of bed by some deranged audio-freak ' s deafening speakers. The bass on " Sympathy for the Dev¬ il " has no sympathy for your eardrums so you try to drown it out by playing Gram Parsons or Yoko Ono on your puny little stereo you bought at K-Mart or Pen- ney ' s. Fat chance. The booming is still there, seemingly coming through the door. You try to ignore it until your RA opens your door with his pass key and tells you to cut the crap. But what about " Sympathy for the Devil? " Well, that ' s the way it is in dorms. There ' s always some¬ one who turns his volume up all the way for about two minutes just to let everyone know that he ' s got the biggest system on the whole goddam floor. Technologi¬ cal macho. Very weird. For relief one has a variety of options in a teeming dorm. There are a number of rooms which have a mas¬ sive collection of Playboy pinups plastered on the walls. (Yes, Miss January definitely has better . . . well . . . Hey that ' s a neat collection of beer cans you have there. It must have taken you three or four weeks of serious drinking to get them all the way up to the ceiling like that.) There are other collections to be found. There ' s always a science-fiction fanatic whose bookshelves are filled with paperbacks, and bulletin boards that are filled with pictures of the Starship Enterprise and Mr. Spock. This type of person can talk for hours about the problems of time-warps and inter-spatial marriages, but it ' s easier to imagine a nipple than a neutron so you make an escape by saying, " Hey, Flash, I ' ve got to get some Western Civ notes from a guy on second, so I ' ll be seeing (Continued to page 370) 368 369 (Continued from page 368) you. " Leaving the space station you realize you really do have to get some notes so you make your way to the room of your classmate, a business major from the hinterlands of the state. You find him sitting at his desk struggling to get through " One Flew Over the Cuckoo ' s Nest. " " Man, this guy is nuts! " He utters this as he sits framed by a picture of his high school girlfriend, who still remains " back home " , a confederate flagdressed little girl with large eyes, which was drawn by the aforementioned girlfriend, who happens to be very talented, and to cap it all, a cocktail napkin from Bourbon Street, which is fastened to the nose of a hog hat. You borrow the lecture notes and retreat to your cell to try and sleep off the effects of a culture gap so monstrous it could only occur in a dorm. Your efforts prove futile because just as your mind begins to drift from its mooring of worry and woe, a bunch of good ole boys just back from Maxine ' s erupt into a shaving cream free-for-all just outside your door. As you try to force yourself into a meaningful coma, one thought keeps bothering you, " Who ' s going to clean up that puke? " star trek ; V More than Gladson 4-H House 373 Fulbright 374 Futrall 375 Gregson 376 Holcombe 377 Home Management House 378 UK Hotz Humphreys Pomfret 381 Pomfret 382 Razorback 383 384 Ripley 385 • Wilson Sharp 386 387 Off Campus Living Dirty dishes, beer cans, overflowing ashtrays and on and on. These are the trials and tribulations of the off campus students. King-size beds, overnight dates, an ice-box full of beer and anything you want to eat. No closed house, no specific dinner time, shower or bathe when you want and watching what you want on TV. These are the joys and benefits of the off campus student. Food bills, sugar going up, telephones being cut off, watching the electric bills go up and up and praying for care packages from home. These are the un-joys and un-benefits of the off campus student. As you ' ve probably guessed, this is about off campus living or staying in apartments, houses or whatever. With everything going up (inflation), many students have fled to apartments in order to share the rent with two or three other roommates. Sounds nice. It is. That is until you and your room¬ mates fall-out or the landlord gets on you about the parties and loud music. Apartment living gives students first hand experience at managing a household. Experience that Home Economics 4133 could never do. Like everything else in life, off campus living has its ups and downs. You can ask how it is to live off campus, but you ' ll never understand it completely until you ' ve tried it. This story is full of the pro and con, the ups and downs — sorta like off campus living. 388 when Time 393 ... •- -, A ' r ' «- • MOM » ,- ' ■ ’ ’W «fa »aB’ r Pn. «0v $ ' %$ £ feu :_ iW A, ' v ' .. iii IMMh »i T ■ A« t spring rush This year was the second year for women ' s freshman spring rush. 1973-74 saw the change from sophomore to freshman rush. Next fall will see yet another change — freshman spring rush to freshman fall rush. When this happens the UofA will join the majority of Greek policies across the country. The beleaguered freshman will no longer be rushed and pressured all year. Instead, she will be able to attend informative summer panhellenic parties after her senior year in high school. Then a week before classes start, she will come for rush. Simple. Just one week. The rest of the year can be devoted to studying and getting involved in campus affairs. Panhellenic feels this will be less selective and will open membership to more girls. One of the main advan¬ tages, though, is that the barrier between Greek women and freshmen women will be gone. The change will better meet the needs of the freshmen by offering the close friendship and experience of upperclassmen. 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Campus 346 Anders, Patrick Off Campus 282 Andersen, John Gregson 346 Anderson, Albert Alpha Gamma Rho 346 Anderson, Betty Off Campus 282 Anderson, Bruce Sigma Alpha Epsilon 322 Anderson, Bryan Off Campus 282 Anderson, Jerry Reid 282 Anderson, John Gregson 346 Anderson, Lawson Phi Delta Theta 304 Andrepont, Angela Pomfret 304 Anglin, James Kappa Sigma 346 Antone, Toni Futral 346 Appleton, Dick Sigma Chi 304 Archibald, Mike Yocum 304 Armatis, Jerry Kappa Sigma 304 Arnold, Beth Off Campus 304 460 Arnold, Deborah Zeta Tau Alpha 304 Arnold, Kent Sigma Chi 322 Arnold, Vickie Zeta Tau Alpha 304 Arth, Michael Yocum 346 Arthur, John Sigma Chi 346 Ashbury, Dale Yocum 305 Ashford, Corky Lambda Chi Alpha 346 Ashley, Elaine Delta Delta Delta 323 Ashley, Sharon Kay Fulbright 346 Atchison, David Off Campus 323 Atkins, Bill Yocum 323 Atkins, Dee Off Campus 282 Atkinson, Ruth Kappa Alpha Theta 305 Atkinson, Sam Sigma Alpha Epsilon 283 Atwood, Don Off Campus 283 Atwood, Kathy Off Campus 283 Audrain, John Lambda Chi Alpha 347 Audrain, Scott Sigma Alpha Epsilon 305 Austin, Connie Humphreys 305 Ayers, Dean Phi Gamma Delta 323 Ayres, Kay Alpha Delta Pi 283 bbbbbbbbbbbbb Babb, Chiquita Pomfert 305 Babbit, Becky Alpha Delta Pi 323 Babin, Hunter Alpha Kappa Lambda 283 Bacon, Donald Sigma Chi 283 Bacon, Robert Sigma Chi 347 Bagnall, Becerly Off Campus 323 Bailey, Bonnie Fulbright Bailey, David Sigma Chi Bailey, Leigh Ann Zeta Tau Alpha Bailey, Mark Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bailey, Mary Fulbright Bailey, Nancy Humphreys Bailey, Regina Delta Delta Delta Bailey, Rickey Lambda Chi Alpha Baker, A1 Sigma Nu Baker, Allen Pomfret Baker, Betsy Pomfret Baker, Brad Yocum Baker, Carol Pomfert Baker, Joe Kappa Sigma Baker, Julia Off Campus Baker, Rodney Alpha Gamma Rho Baker, Stanley Alpha Gamma Rho Baldwin, Mimi Zeta Tau Alpha Bales, Terri Delta Delta Delta Ballard, Teresa Fulbright Ballenger, Luke Pomfert Ballentine, Valerie Reid Banister, Gail Delta Delta Delta Banister, Glen Lambda Chi Alpha Bankston, Char Kappa Alpha Theta Barber, Ron Sigma Phi Epsilon Barnes, Kathy Futral Barnes, Lisa Zeta Tau Alpha Barnett, Bruce Yocum Barnett, Sherry Off Campus Barringer, Diane Futrall Barron, Jimmy Sigma Alpha Epsilon Barry, Clinton Holcomb Barry, Eugene Pi Kappa Alpha Bartlett, Jean Ann Kappa Alpha Theta Barton, Becky Humphreys Barton, Cordia Chi Omega Barton, Michael Gregson Basham, Cathy Kappa Alpha Theta Basham, Chuck Sigma Nu Basham, Drew Sigma Nu Basham, Sarah Delta Delta Delta Basinger, Kristine Off Campus Basore, Joe Phi Gamma Delta Bass, Lee Holcomb Bassett, Beverly Delta Delta Delta Baten, Greg Sigma Nu Batson, Sharon Humphreys Bauer, Mike Sigma Nu Baxter, Cheryl Kappa Alpha Theta Baxter, Tom Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bays, David Alpha Kappa Lambda Beaird, Brian Delta Upsilon Bealle, Becky Chi Omega Beane, John Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beane, Tonya Kay Kappa Alpha Theta Beard, Jana Humphreys 347 323 305 323 305 323 305 323 323 305 305 283 323 305 283 283 323 323 305 347 283 347 323 305 305 323 305 323 347 347 283 305 305 305 283 347 283 305 323 323 347 323 283 283 283 283 347 323 305 323 283 323 283 305 323 323 347 461 Beard, Sam Pomfret Beasley, Ann Zeta Tau Alpha Beasley, Becky Delta Gamma Beasley, Cheryl Zeta Tau Alpha Beasley, Lee Kappa Sigma Beasley, Robert Off Campus Beatty, Davie Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beauchamp, Ricky Sigma Nu Beaver, Eric Off Campus Beck, Teresa Humphreys Beckman, Debbie Alpha Chi Omega Beisel, Wayne Sigma Phi Epsilon Bell, David Yocum Bell, Donna Humphreys Bell, Lisa Delta Delta Delta Bell, Liz Ann Humphreys Bell, Pam Delta Delta Delta Bell, Patti Delta Delta Delta Bell, Wayman Off Campus Bellman, Merrie Chi Omega Bender, Kurt Sigma Nu Bender, Lynn Fulbright Bennett, John Off Campus Benton, Cindy Reid Benton, Kathy Pomfret Benton, Susan Chi Omega Berlau, Jeannette Kappa Alpha Theta Berry, Danny Yocum Berry, Diane Off Campus Berry, Rena Humphreys Bersinger, David Phi Gamma Delta Bert, Stan Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bertschi, Barbara Humphreys Bethell, Andy Kappa Sigma Betzner, Paul Lambda Chi Alpha Bevier, Kathryn Razorback Bevill, Rebecca Anne Reid Biggers, Susan Zeta Tau Alpha Biggs, Jerre Kappa Kappa Gamma Biggs, Scott Off Campus Bile, Beege Sigma Nu Bilger, Patti Fulbright Bishop, Joe Gregson Black, Charlie Off Campus Black, Charlotte Futrall Black, Chuck Pi Kappa Alpha Black, David Phi Delta Theta Black, Laura Beth Off Campus Black, Larry Phi Delta Theta Black, Mark Yocum Black, Randall Sigma Nu Blackwell, Dennis Reid Blackwell, Jim Yocum Blackwell, Mary Ann Off Campus Blackwell, Roger Off Campus Blackwood, Cheryl Fulbright Blackwood, Rick Off Campus Blair, Melinda Reid 347 Blakely, Kim Chi Omega 323 Bland, Dickie Sigma Phi Epsilon 347 Blankenship, Jo Ann Zeta Tau Alpha 305 Blankenship, Rosemary Reid 347 Blanton, Sherri Off Campus 323 Blaylock, Cathey Zeta Tau Alpha 283 Blindman, Steve Sigma Chi 323 Blodgett, Debbie Chia Omega 323 Blomquist, Vicki Alpha Chi Omega 323 Bludworth, Bub Yocum 305 Bluhm, Dudley Yocum 305 Blythe, Mary Jane Delta Gamma 283 Boas, Olivia Kappa Alpha Theta 305 Bocksnick, John Off Campus 347 Bocksnick, Joyce Off Campus 283 Bodie, Jack Sigma Alpha Epsilon 305 Boersma, Joey Gregson 283 Bogle, Becky Chi Omega 323 Boles, Nita Futrall 347 Bone, Dana Humphreys 283 Bone, Jeanie Off Campus 324 Bonner, Steven Off Campus 347 Bonsteel, Cheri Off Campus 283 Boone, Steve Off Campus 305 Boozman, Debbie Zeta Tau Alpha 283 Boudra, William Holcomb 283 Bounds, Lissa Phi Beta Phi 305 Bourne, James Phi Gamma Delta 305 Bowen, Bobby Yocum 347 Bowen, Buffy Sigma Phi Epsilon 324 323 283 305 323 305 283 283 283 283 347 305 283 283 323 305 347 323 283 305 283 323 347 283 323 323 305 283 323 283 347 347 283 347 323 323 323 323 283 323 283 305 347 283 305 347 305 347 305 347 283 323 283 347 305 323 347 323 462 Bowman, Char Delta Gamma 324 Bowman, Holly Off Campus 324 Bowman, Sandra Reid 324 Box, Brenda Kappa Kappa Gamma 324 Box, Jim Lambda Chi Alpha 347 Box, Mickey Off Campus 324 Boyce, Marcie Reid 305 Boyce, Patti Fulbright 347 Boyde, Barbara Chi Omega 305 Boyd, Kelly Alpha Gamma Rho 347 Boyd, Lynn Alpha Delta Pi 324 Boyd, Roberta K. Kappa Alpha Theta 305 Boydston, Jackie Alpha Delta Pi 283 Bracy, Bill Sigma Chi 305 Bracken, Richard Off Campus 305 Brackett, Burke Lambda Chi Alpha 347 Bradberry, Bobby Off Campus 324 Bradbury, Ralph Phi Delta Theta 324 Bradford, Sharon Humphreys 324 Bradley, Debi L. Kappa Alpha Theta 305 Bradley, Joyce Delta Gamma 305 Brady, John Holcomb 324 Bragg, Ann Off Campus 305 Bragg, Jennifer Fulbright 324 Brainard, Meigs Phi Delta Theta 324 Brake, William Off Campus 283 Bramlett, Mike Sigma Phi Epsilon 306 Brandon, Ann Alpha Chi Omega 306 Brandon, Gary Sigma Phi Epsilon 324 Brandon, Gay Alpha Delta Pi 306 Brahham, Joan E. Kappa Alpha Theta 284 Brannon, Laura Pe Beta Phi 324 Brannon, Steve Off Campus 324 Brashears, Sara Off Campus 324 Bratton, Roy L. Off Campus 306 Brawner, Kim Sigma Nu 284 Brawner, Sharon Fulbright 347 Brazelton, Clint Sigma Nu 306 Brenner, Brenda Delta Delta Delta 306 Brewer, Becky Fulbright 347 Brewer, Jim Off Campus 306 Brewer, Sarah Humphreys 284 Brice, Carolyn Delta Delta Delta 284 Bricker, Carol Off Campus 347 Bridges, Jane Delta Gamma 324 Bridges, Randy Yocum 347 Bridwell, Claire Off Campus 324 Bridwell, Phillip E. Off Campus 284 Briggs, Cheryl Fulbright 347 Bright, Dixie Lee Delta Gamma 324 Brinkley, Diana Lee Chi Omega 324 Brock, Stephan Yocum 324 Brosell, Judy Futrall 347 Brothers, Brooke Kappa Kappa Gamma 284 463 Brown, Annette Delta Gamma 284 Brown, Cal Yocum 284 Brown, Debby Off Campus 284 Brown, Jocelyn Alpha Chi Omega 306 Brown, Joe Holcomb 284 Brown, Mark A. Yocum 324 Brown, Maureen Fulbright 347 Brown, Robert Off Campus 284 Brown, Ronald W. Off Campus 284 Brown, Stephanie Off Campus 324 Brown, Stephen Holcomb 284 Brown, Terry Lynn Humphreys 347 Brown, Wendy Off Campus 284 Browne, Becky Fulbright 347 Browning, Swayze Yocum 347 Brumbaugh, Suzanne Off Campus 306 Bruss, Lee Off Campus 284 Bruteen, Neil Phi Delta Theta 347 Bryant, Carole Fulbright 306 Bryant, Joan Fulbright 347 Bryant, Royce Farmhouse 306 Bryce, Richard J. Phi Gamma Delta 284 Buckley, Dennis Yocum 347 Buckley, Steven Sigma Chi 348 Buford, Margaret Kappa Kappa Gamma 306 Bull, Debbie Fulbright 348 Bull, Nola Off Campus 284 Bull, Rebecca Off Campus 284 Bullington, Pat ty Humphreys 348 Bunyard, Sara Delta Gamma 324 Burford, Catherine Kappa Alpha Theta 306 Burgess, Denene Off Campus 306 Burke, Diane Delta Gamma 306 Burks, Rhonnie Alpha Delta Pi 324 Burnes, Bob Gregson 284 Burnett, Lou Ann Reid 324 Burns, Barbara N. Humphreys 324 Burns, Charles Off Campus 306 Burnside, Carol Futral 348 Burrows, Johnny Farmhouse 348 Burt, Sandra Pomfret 324 Burton, Bruce Sigma Alpha Epsilon 324 Burton, Scotty Pi Beta Phi 324 Bushkuhl, Mike Reid 284 Bussell, Karen M. Kappa Alpha Theta 284 Butler, Edward Sigma Chi 324 Butler, Leslie Yocum 324 Butler, Mike Sigma Chi 324 Butler, Vic Sigma Phi Epsilon 348 Bye, Laura Reid 306 Bynum, Terri Fulbright 348 Byrd, Janice Pi Beta Phi 324 ccccccccccccccccc 464 Calhoun, Richard Sigma Nu Calloway, Doug Off Campus Callaway, Jody Sigma Alpha Epsilon Calva, Anita Off Campus Calvin, Linda Fulbright Campbell, David P. Sigma Nu Campbell, Denise Fulbright Campbell, Mark Sigma Nu Campbell, Robert L. Off Campus Campbell, William Scott, Jr. Delta Upsilon Cannon, Cathryn H. Fulbright Caple, Jane Fulbright Capstick, Daniel Off Campus Carithers, Kelly Zeta Tau Alpha Carlisle, Margaret A. Kappa Alpha Theta Carlson, Mark F. Sigma Phi Epsilon Carnes, Barbara Off Campus Carnes, Rosemary Off Campus Carney, Debbie Delta Gamma Carney, John Off Campus Carraway, Tommy Yocum Carrie, Capehart Kappa Kappa Gamma Carrie, Cynthia Off Campus Carroll, Tom Alpha Kappa Lambda Carter, Curtis Alpha Kappa Lambda Carson, Linda Reid Carter, Frank Off Campus Carter, Gary Off Campus Carter, Ginny Zeta Tau Alpha Carter, James Yocum Carter, Kenford Yocum Carter, Stan Pomfret Carter, Stan Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cartwright, Bruce Sigma Nu Carver, Nena Off Campus Cary, Denise Off Campus Castleberry, Connie Off Campus Castleberry, Reva Off Campus Castleberry, Richard Off Campus Catlett, Rebecca Kappa Kappa Gamma Caver, Rita Off Campus Cawood, Jacki Delta Delta Delta Cecil, Laura Lee Reid Chambers, Carol Humphreys Chambers, Dennis Sigma Nu Chambliss, Dean Phi Delta Theta Chaney, Don Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chapin, Marty Futral Chapman, Donald Kappa Sigma Chapman, Steve Kappa Sigma Chappell, Mary Alpha Delta Pi Chavaillier, Bill Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cheatham, Larry Ray Off Campus Cheatwood, Amber Humphreys Chipman, Larry Off Campus Chism, Laura Pi Beta Phi Chivers, Jo Ellen Delta Delta Delta Choate, Marsha Humphreys 284 Christian, Glenda Off Campus 284 Christian, Thomas Off Campus 306 Christy, Patti Futral 349 Clack, Lawrence Off Campus 325 Clark, Debra Humphreys 349 Clark, Jackie Off Campus 325 Clark, Jill Humphreys 325 Clark, Lawrence W. Kappa Sigma 284 Clark, Nancy Alpha Delta Pi 284 Clark, Pam Fulbright 349 Clark, Robert Off Campus 284 Clark, Ron Off Campus 325 Clark, Ron Phi Delta Theta 325 Clark, Sharon E. Off Campus 325 Clark, Sheryl Fulbright 349 Clark, Susan Humphreys 325 Clark, Teri Pi Beta Phi 325 Clayton, Debra Off Campus 349 Clement, Joe Sigma Chi 325 Clement, Rebeca Pomfret 349 Clemons, Debbie 4-H House 325 Clifton, Richard Sigma Alpha Epsilon 306 Clinehens, Connie Kappa Kappa Gamma 284 Cobb, Becky Alpha Chi Omega 306 Cochran, Roy J. Off Campus 306 Cochran, Tom Pomfret 325 Coe, Joey Sigma Chi 284 Cogdell, Joe Sigma Alpha Epsilon 284 Coker, Kevin Off Campus 325 Colbert, John L. Off Campus 325 Cole, Barb Delta Gamma 325 306 284 348 348 348 324 348 324 284 284 348 348 306 324 324 324 324 306 324 306 348 284 284 324 348 325 284 306 325 306 348 284 306 349 306 284 306 284 349 325 284 306 284 325 306 325 284 306 349 284 284 349 325 325 306 325 325 465 Cole, John W. Sigma Chi 306 Cole, Lynn Off Campus 306 Cole, Susan M. Fulbright 349 Coleman, Bobby Lambda Chi Alpha 325 Coleman, Britt Phi Delta Theta 349 Coleman, Charles Phi Delta Theta 325 Coleman, Donald Sigma Chi 349 Coleman, Virgil Off Campus 306 Collier, Tom Yocum 306 Collins, Anna Reid 325 Collins, Carren Kappa Kappa Gamma 306 Collins, Cheryl Fulbright 349 Collins, Cindy Reid 306 Collins, Gloria Off Campus 306 Combs, John Off Campus 284 Combs, Judy Humphreys 349 Combs, Kenny J. Off Campus 284 Commer, Mellissa Reid 284 Conley, Mike Phi Delta Theta 306 Conley, Nanci Kappa Kappa Gamma 284 Conner, Ann Chi Omega 306 Conrad, Debbie Pi Beta Phi 306 Coogan, Debbie Off Campus 325 Cook, Barry S. Sigma Phi Epsilon 306 Cook, Chuck Sigma Nu 307 Cook, David Yocum 325 Cook, Ferris Chi Omega 307 Cook, Linda Futral 285 Cook, Nancy Off Campus 307 Cook, Robert Reid 285 Cooper, Janice Razorback 307 Core, Grady Yocum 326 Core, Michelle Humphreys 285 Corley, Chip Lambda Chi Alpha 326 Cornwell, Martha Off Campus 285 Coston, Brad Hotz 349 Cothrun, Delia 285 Cottan, Clark Theta Tau 285 Cottier, Cindy Delta Delta Delta 307 Cottrell, David Off Campus 285 Council, Charles Alpha Gamma Rho 285 Cousins, David Wilson-Sharp 349 Coutret, Karen Futral 326 Couvillion, Rick Off Campus 285 Couvillion, Romona Off Campus 326 Covert, George Gregson 326 Covey, Martin Off Campus 285 Covey, Paula Off Campus 349 Covey, Sheri Alpha Chi Omega 326 Covington, John Duke Off Campus 307 Cowan, David Pomfret 285 Cowan, Donald Dean Pomfret 285 Cowan, Lynn Off Campus 285 Cowart, Jessica Humphreys 307 Cowgur, Beth Off Campus 285 Cowling, Danny Off Campus 326 Cowling, Max Bell Yocum 349 Cox, Jim Off Campus 285 Cox, Pam Zeta Tau Alpha 307 Cozad, Gail Razorback 326 Cracraft, Judy Pi Beta Phi 307 Craig, Dana Sigma Alpha Epsilon 326 Craig, Fran Pi Beta Phi 307 Craig, Robert B. Off Campus 285 Craig, Susan Delta Delta Delta 326 Crain, Cathee Kappa Kappa Gamma 326 Crain, Tim Off Campus 326 Crane, Ed Delta Upsilon 307 Crank, Elisabeth Humphreys 349 Crank, Kim Pi Beta Phi 307 Craven, Shanda Humphreys 349 Craven, Teresa Delta Delta Delta 326 Cravens, Marsha Off Campus 326 Creech, Dennis Yocum 307 Creswell, Curtis Pomfret 326 Crews, Peggy Humphreys 349 Criner, Jane Futral 285 Cripps, Joe Off Campus 307 Cross, Carl Phi Delta Theta 286 Cross, John Hotz 286 Cross, John Off Campus 286 Crouch, Marilyn Delta Delta Delta 307 Crow, James E. Ripley 286 466 Cruce, Martin Gregson 326 Crum, Thomas L. Off Campus 326 Culpepper, Marquerite Fulbright 349 Cummins, Cindy Humphreys 349 Cunningham, Donna Alpha Delta Pi 286 Cunningham, Karen Fulbright 349 Cupples, Kathy Pi Beta Phi 286 Curless, Jerri Ann Delta Gamma 307 Curlin, Douglas Gregson 349 Curtis, Mary Alpha Delta Pi 326 Cutsinger, Karen Humphreys 349 Cyrus, Mike Sigma Nu 326 ddddddddddddd Daugherty, Ann Alpha Delta Pi 326 Daggett, Mitch Lambda Chi Alpha 307 Daily, Kathleen Humphreys 326 Dallarosa, Arthur Yocum 286 Dallarosa, Sharon Futrall 326 Delrymple, Stuart John Kappa Sigma 326 Dale, Ann Delta Gamma 326 Dale, Everett Alpha Kappa Lambda 326 Dale, Laurie Kappa Kappa Gamma 307 Dark, Bill Pi Kappa Alpha 326 Darling, Web Sigma Nu 326 Dasher, Terry Off Campus 286 Davenport, Diane Kappa Kappa Gamma 307 David, Cassandra Fulbright 349 Davidson, Mike Alpha Kappa Lambda 326 Davidson, William Sigma Alpha Epsilon 307 Davis, Anthony Pomfert 349 Davis, Barbara Alpha Chi Omega 307 Davis, Beverly Fulbright 349 Davis, Carol Fulbright 349 Davis, Drew Phi Delta Theta 326 Davis, Gregg Pi Kappa Alpha 326 Davis, Jackie Holcomb 349 Davis, John Delta Upsilon 326 Davis, Julia Fulbright 349 Davis, Kathy Zeta Tau Alpha 326 Davis, Lisa Annette Futrall 326 Davis, Robin Delta Gamma 286 Davis, Terry Sigma Nu 349 Day, Leslie Delta Delta Delta 326 Day, Robert Off Campus 286 Deal, Debbie Fulbright 286 Dean, Nancy Futrell 326 Deaton, David Kappa Sigma 307 De Bons, Phyllis Humphreys 349 De Busk, Susan Pi Beta Phi 326 Deen, David Alpha Kappa Lambda 307 Deen, Neil Alpha Kappa Lambda 349 Dirden, Charles Pomfret 287 Deere, Bob Pi Kappa Alpha 307 Dirden, Joan Pomfret 326 Dees, Robert Off Campus 307 Ditzig, Mik Yocum 349 Deffebaugh, Roscoe Off Campus 287 Divine, Donna Alpha Chi Omega 307 DeHosse, Brian Sigma Phi Epsilon 307 Dixon, Carol Off Campus 287 Dejarnatte, Ralph Holcomb 349 Dixon, Debbie Reid 326 Delozier, Terry Alpha Gamma Rho 349 Deann, Dodd Alpha Delta Pi 326 Dempsey, Doris Delta Delta Delta 326 Dockins, Kathy Humphreys 349 Denard, Leland Delta Upsilon 326 Dodson, Dana Sue Zeta Tau Alpha 307 Denney, Carole Zeta Tau Alpha 307 Dodson, Tommy Sigma Nu 307 Dennis, Randy Pomfret 287 Doherty, Patty Zeta Tau Alpha 307 Dennison, Gary Pomfret 287 Dorethy, Jackie Humphreys 287 Denty, Donna Delta Delta Delta 287 Dorethy, Joyce Humphreys 350 Denty, Susan Fulbright 349 Dornaus, Carolyn Reid 350 Depew, Reland Off Campus 349 Dorsey, Teresa Humphreys 350 Derrick, D ' Anne Delta Gamma 326 Donathon, Cynthia Fulbright 350 Desonie, Lee Kappa Sigma 349 Donaubauer, Allyn Phi Gamma Delta 326 Destiche, Jim Yocum 349 Donner, Gerry Gladson Rippley 287 DeWitt, Gary Yocum 326 Doss, Scott Yocum 350 Dickerson, Cathy Pomfret 307 Dougan, Gracia Fulbright 350 Dickerson, Jimmy Yocum 349 Doverspike, Jack Sigma Alpha Epsilon 287 Dickey, Rebecca Fulbright 307 Dowdle, Donald Hotz 350 Dickinson, Carolyn Off Campus 307 Downer, Kathy Delta Delta Delta 287 Dickinson, Walt Sigma Alpha Epsilon 349 Downen, Shelia Chi Omega 287 Dietrich, Susan Kappa Alpha Theta 326 Downum, Bob Off Campus 287 Dillard, LuAnne Delta Delta Delta 326 Doyle, Owen Paul Off Campus 287 Dinger, David Phi Delta Theta 307 Drake, Ruth Fulbright 350 468 Drilling, Eddie Phi Delta Theta 350 Driskell, Pamela Humphreys 350 Driver, Marsha Alpha Delta Pi 307 Droddy, Darrell Yocum 327 Drouet, Delia Phi Beta Pi 307 Drye, Betty Futrell 327 Duckett, Ronnie Off Campus 287 Duckworth, Brock Sigma Nu 327 Duckworth, Robbie Pi Kappa Alpha 350 Dudley, Chuck Lambda Chi Alpha 307 Duell, Marc Lee Roy Off Campus 307 Duke, Larry Kappa Sigma 307 Duke, Mike Sigma Alpha Epsilon 350 Dumeny, Sharon Kay 4-H 327 Duncan, Allen Phi Delta Theta 327 Duncan, Glynda Fulbright 350 Duncan, Mark Lambda Chi Alpha 307 Dune, Deborah Humphreys 287 Dunk, Fred Farmhouse 287 Dunk, Ken Farmhouse 287 Dunlap, Lee Lambda Chi Alpha 350 Dunn, Debbie Off Campus 307 Dunseath, Robert Sigma Chi 287 Durrett, Celia Reid 350 Duvall, Deborah Razorback 287 Dwey, Karen Off Campus 307 Dye, Kathy Pi Beta Phi 287 Dye, Phillip Gregson 327 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Earhart, Lee Alpha Gamma Rho 350 Easterly, Barton Yocum 307 Echols, Bob Yocum 327 Eckart, Janet Sue Pomfret 350 Edelen, Shelley Alpha Chi Omega 287 Eddy, Charles Holcomb 307 Eddy, David Yocum 350 Edwards, Bill Sigma Alpha Epsilon 327 Edwards, Don Pi Kappa Alpha 287 Efurd, Cary Sigma Alpha Epsilon 307 Ehrenberg, Harry Off Campus 287 Eiseler, Denise Off Campus 287 Ekenomides, Costas Reid 307 Eldridge, Bill Yocum 327 Eldridge, Craig Pi Kappa Alpha 307 Elkins, Debbie Futrall 351 Elkins, Pam Humphreys 327 Elledge, Richard Phi Delta Theta 287 Elliott, John Yocum 351 Elliott, Steve Sigma Chi 327 Ellis, La Vinia Off Campus 327 Ellis, Lisa Reid 327 Ellison, Christie Fulbright 351 Emerson, Stanley Off Campus 308 Emery, Alaine Off Campus 327 England, Cecily Fulbright 351 England, Michael Pomfert 308 Engler, Kay Off Campus 308 English, Marty Pi Kappa Alpha 351 English, Trudy Kappa Kappa Gamma 308 Erstine, Jon Mark Sigma Nu 351 Ervin, Mike Yocum 327 Erwin, Joe Yocum 308 Estep, Patty Alpha Delta Pi 308 Eubanks, Ralph Yocum 327 Evans, Cheryl Off Campus 327 Evans, Debbie Delta Delta Delta 308 fffffffffffffffffff Faddis, Jennifer Fulbright 351 Fahrner, Margaret Humphreys 327 Fair, Carl Pi Beta Phi 327 Fair, Ronnie Pi Kappa Alpha 327 Fairhead, Mimi Alpha Chi Omega 287 Fancher, Kaye Humphreys 351 Fanning, Kathryn Off Campus 287 Farmer, Sandra Kappa Kappa Gamma 327 Farmer, William E. Sigma Phi Epsilon 327 Farrell, Gregory P. Pomfret 287 Fath, Leta Off Campus 308 Faulkner, Mary Ann Pi Beta Phi 308 Faulkner, Sally Ann Delta Gamma 287 Fawcett, Ann Zeta Tau Alpha 287 469 Fay, Sally Fulbright 351 Featherston, Cindy Delta Delta Delta 327 Fedosky, Susan Humphreys 351 Feemster, Randy Hotz 308 Feldman, Judy Zeta Tau Alpha 308 Feldman, Mark J. Alpha Kappa Lambda 308 Fellows, Julia Chi Omega 308 Fellows, Lyle Sigma Nu 351 Feltych, Mary Lou Delta Delta Delta 308 Ferguson, Halley C. Kappa Sigma 308 Ferguson, Thomas D. Phi Gamma Delta 308 Ferguson, Wendy Fulbright 351 Ferranti, Nancy Humphreys 327 Fiedorowicz, Larry Off Campus 287 Fielder, Larry Farmhouse 308 Fields, Daniel G. Sigma Phi Epsilon 287 Fields, John Sigma Phi Epsilon 327 Filippelli, Stephen A. Hotz 308 Fincher, Lynette Reid 308 Fink, Margie Fulbright 351 Finnigan, Maureen Futrall 327 Firnberg, Tom Sigma Alpha Epsilon 351 Fischer, Shelley Louise Delta Gamma 287 Fiscus, Jack Daniel Phi Delta Theta 308 Fisher, James Yocum 327 Fisher, Mark Off Campus 308 Fitton, Marty Pi Kappa Alpha 308 Fitzgerald, John Off Campus 287 Fitzhugh, Jenny Off Campus 287 Flanders, Judy Four-H House 327 Flanders, Patti Off Campus 351 Flanigan, Karen Alpha Chi Omega 328 Flanigan, Sandra Alpha Chi Omega 287 Fleischner, Stuart Sigma Nu 328 Fleming, Mark W. Lambda Chi Alpha 308 Flemming, Molly Kappa Kappa Gamma 308 Fletcher, Jerry Holcombe 287 Flocks, Sam Yocum 328 Flowers, Cheryl Fulbright 357 Floyd, Sue Humphreys 328 Floyd, Tracey Delta Delta Delta 328 Flynn, Janis Humphreys 357 Foehner, Charles Off Campus 287 Foehner, Linda Off Campus 308 Fogg, Pat Chi Omega 287 Fogleman, Scott Sigma Chi 308 Foley, Larry Holcombe 308 Falladori, Joseph B. Sigma Phi Epsilon 287 Fontaine, Marjorie Off Campus 308 Ford, June Delta Delta Delta 328 Ford, Margo K. Humphreys 328 Foreman, Marla Off Campus 328 Forester, Linda Ann Kappa Kappa Gamma 328 Forkner, Danny Gregson 328 Forney, Richard Yocum 328 Forrest, Janet Humphreys 328 Fort, Nena Delta Delta Delta 328 Foster, Ann Alpha Chi Omega 287 Foster, Ann Off Campus 287 Foster, Brian David Off Campus 287 Foster, Carol Kappa Kappa Gamma 308 Foster, Darcy S. Off Campus 287 Foster, Patti Jeanne Kappa Kappa Gamma 308 Foster, Laurie Off Campus 288 Foster, Ruthie Alpha Chi Omega 308 Foster, Stanley Alpha Gamma Rho 328 Fogg, Barbie Chi Omega 328 Fowler, Cerelle Humphreys 308 Fowler, Mary Fulbright 351 Fowler, Renee Fulbright 351 Fox, Susan Chi Omega 288 Franklin, Angie Nell Off Campus 351 Frazer, Dana Sigma Phi Epsilon 328 Frazier, Marylyn Janet Off Campus 288 Frear, Steven Sigma Alpha Epsilon 288 Free, Dudley Sigma Alpha Epsilon 328 Freedle, Jerry Off Campus 308 Freeland, Debbie Reid 351 Freeman, Bill Delta Upsilon 328 Freeman, Burton Yocum 308 Freeman, Susan Pi Beta Phi 308 French, Dena Kay Delta Delta Delta 308 Frenz, Connie Alpha Delta Phi 328 Frieden, Brooke Zeta Tau Alpha 308 Frost, Barbara Futrall 288 Fryer, Steve Lambda Chi Alpha 351 Fryxell, Steve Yocum 351 Fugitt, Kim Lambda Chi Alpha 351 Fulbright, Sandy Delta Gamma 288 Fuller, Edwin Off Campus 288 Furlow, Jim Hotz 308 470 gggggggggggggg Gaines, Jim Phi Delta Theta 351 Gainey, Cindy Off Campus 288 Gammill, Ted Sigma Alpha Epsilon 288 Gammill, Tom Off Campus 288 Gammom, Geoff Yocum 251 Gann, Cindy Humphreys 351 Gant, Dinah Delta Sigma Theta 308 Gardner, Joan Futrall 328 Gardner, Ronnie Phi Delta Theta 328 Garland, Alan Lambda Chi Alpha 351 Garland, Gary Lambda Chi Alpha 288 Garland, Greg Lambda Chi Alpha 308 Garner, Gail Alpha Delta Pi 308 Garner, John Phi Gamma Delta 308 Garner, Lisa Fulbright 351 Garnett, Sue Fulbright 351 Garred, Barry G. Off Campus 308 Garrett, Nancy Chi Omega 288 Garrison, Dan Yocum 328 Garrison, Linda Humphreys 328 Garrison, Lloyd Phi Delta Theta 308 Gaskill, Dathan A. Pi Kappa Alpha 351 Gaston, Susan A. Zeta Tau Alpha 328 Gates, Jayne Alpha Delta Pi 308 Gattis, Steven M. Yocum 351 Gay, Francis H. Sigma Chi 351 Gebhart, Richard Kappa Sigma 351 Geheb, Teresa Off Campus 288 Geller, Mike Off Campus 288 Gentry, Bruce Yocum 288 Gentry, Jill Chi Omega 328 Gentry, Pat Off Campus 328 Gentry, Teresa Four-H House 328 George, James F. Pomfret 351 Geraci, Doris Off Campus 328 Gerety, John Phi Delta Theta 308 Geren, Jerry L. Reid 288 Gerrard, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon 328 Gessler, Brad P. Phi Delta Theta 288 Gessler, Carl Phi Delta Theta 328 Gibson, Marianne Reid 328 Gibson, Terry Futrall 328 Gierinder, David C. Holcomb 288 Gil, Charlotte Zeta Tau Alpha 288 Gilbrech, Kay Zeta Tau Alpha 308 471 Gillespie, Randy Off Campus 309 Gillette, John Yocum 328 Gillmore, Deborah L. Pi Beta Phi 328 Gilmer, Nancy Humphreys 351 Gilmore, Julie Humphreys 328 Gilpin, Cynthia Alpha Delta Pi 309 Givens, Kathy Off Campus 288 Gladfelter, Louis Sigma Chi 328 Gladwin, Dan Phi Gamma Delta 288 Glen, Susan Off Campus 328 Glenn, Anne Fulbright 328 Glidewell, Paula Fulbright 351 Glidewell, Rodney Yocum 288 Glidwell, Susan Zeta Tau Alpha 309 Glisson, Paula Christine Off Campus 351 Glover, Katheleen Fulbright 351 Glover, Vickie L. Chi Omega 288 Goble, Russ Sigma Nu 251 Goddard, Terri Delta Gamma 309 Godfrey, Boscoe Lambda Chi Alpha 288 Goff, Doris Off Campus 328 Goforth, Susan Delta Delta Delta 309 Goode, Dana Futrall 288 Goodwin, Jimmy Yocum 351 Gordon, Martha Chi Omega 328 Gorman, Gina Futrall 328 Gorum, Martha H. Zeta Tau Alpha 288 Gottfries, Birgitta Delta Gamma 351 Goyne, Mary Beth Humphreys 351 Grafe, Becky Humphreys 351 Graham, Wade Franklin Off Campus 309 Graves, Larry Off Campus 288 Green, Benjamin Alpha Kappa Lambda 328 Green, Debra Fulbright 328 Green, Linda Abbay Alpha Chi Omega 309 Greenway, Gail Delta Gamma 309 Greer, Cynthia Delta Sigma Theta 288 Greer, Marcus Gregson 328 Greer, Steve Yocum 352 Greeson, Randy Lambda Chi Alpha 288 Greifensteie, Charles Hotz 288 Griffin, Donald Earl Off Campus 328 Griffin, Jan Fulbright 352 Griffen, John Lambda Chi Alpha 288 Griffin, Steven Off Campus 288 Griffith, John Sigma Alpha Epsilon 309 Griggs, Franklin Sigma Phi Epsilon 352 Grigsby, Flora Off Campus 328 Grim, Robert Yocum 352 Grimsley, Sherri Humphreys 328 Grizzle, Becky Pi Beta Phi 329 Grizzell, Diane Alpha Delta Pi 329 Groce, Gary D. Alpha Gamma Rho 329 Grubb, Steve Off Campus 309 Grumbles, Judy Kappa Kappa Gamma 288 Gray, Johnese Off Campus 309 Gray, Julia Fulbright 352 Gray, Mary Zeta Tau Alpha 288 Gray, Roy Off Campus 309 Gunter, John Hotz 288 472 Gustafson, Polly Zeta Tau Alpha hhhhhhhhhhhh Hackney, Pamela H. Kappa Alpha Theta Hagemann, Casey Zeta Tau Alpha Hager, Connie Pomfret Hager, Ronald Sigma Nu Haggard, Jerl Humphreys Hagler, Chris Off Campus Haigh, Jane Chi Omega Hale, Bill Phi Delta Theta Hale, Bob Kappa Sigma Hale, Don Kappa Sigma Hale, LuAnn Off Campus Hale, Rosa Maria Delta Delta Delta Haley, Tim Alpha Kappa Lambda Halinski, Karen Delta Delta Delta Hall, Betty Four-H Hall, Karen Off Campus Hall, Nancy J. Futrall Hall, Robert Mark Gregson Haltom, Phillip Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hamilton, Jane Pi Beta Phi Hamilton, Joel Delta Upsilon Hamilton, Lynn Fulbright Hammans, Chip Humphreys Hanby, Leigh Ann Alpha Delta Pi Hancock, Mark Phi Delta Theta Handloser, Lynne Zeta Tau Alpha Haney, Mary Kay Kappa Kappa Gamma Hanley, Robert Phi Gamma Theta Hankins, Daniel Kappa Sigma Hanna, Phyllis Fulbright Hany, Mike Gregson Harden, Terry Humphreys Hardin, Joe Dean Yocum Harding, Les Sigma Phi Epsilon Hardison, Patricia Futrall Harmon, Debbie Futrall Harmon, Judy Alpha Chi Omega Harmon, Mary Lu Alpha Delta Pi Harmon, Tena Humphreys Harned, Julie Delta Gamma Harp, John Yocum Harrell, Cara Fulbright Harrell, Ken Hotz Harrel, Nancy Kappa Kappa Gamma Harrel, Susan Delta Delta Delta Harriman, Pam Off Campus Harrington, Scott N. Yocum Harrington, Susan Fulbright Harris. Aaron Off Campus Harris, Cheryl Humphreys Harris, Cherly Humphreys Harris, Karen Off Campus 309 Harris, Lynn Yocum 330 Harris, Marilyn Razorback 309 Harris, Mike Off Campus 288 Harris, Stephanie Humphreys 330 Harris, Steve Theta Tau 309 Harris, Vicki Humphreys 353 Harrison, Leann Delta Gamma 330 Harrison, Michael Off Campus 309 Harrison, Nancy Delta Delta Delta 330 Harry, Jane Humphreys 309 Hart, Eric Sigma Chi 309 Hart, Rebecca Zeta Tau Alpha 309 Hartman, Heather Delta Delta Delta 309 Harty, Robert Hotz 353 Hartz, David Yocum 330 Hartz, Jim Delta Upsilon 330 Harvell, Michael Joe Holcombe 330 Hassell, William P. Lambda Chi Alpha 288 Hassenger, Tim Alpha Kappa Lambda 353 Hastings, Lynn Delta Gamma 330 Hastings, Nancy Delta Gamma 330 Hatcher, Dale Off Campus 309 Hatcher, Jeff Off Campus 289 Hatley, Jill Off Campus 289 Hauser, Marianne Pomfret 289 Hawkins, Bobby M. Off Campus 289 288 h 329 329 329 309 352 352 329 309 288 352 329 309 329 309 329 329 352 352. 352 329 309 353 309 288 353 309 288 329 288 353 353 309 353 353 353 353 288 288 353 288 329 353 329 329 309 329 329 353 330 330 330 473 Hawkins, David Theta Tau Hawkins, Henry Off Campus Hawks, Brad Sigma alpha Epsilon Hayde, Magi Off Campus Hayden, Robert F. Off Campus Hayes, Mary Humphreys Hayes, Robert Pi Kappa Alpha Haynie, Sandra Delta Delta Delta Hays, Jo Helen Off Campus Heard, Rynne Fulbright Hebbs, Kerry Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hebert, Arvil H. Alpha Kappa Lambda Heerwagen, Dennis Sigma Chi Heflin, Roger Gregson Hefner, Angela Delta Delta Delta Heinbaugh, Randall B. Kappa Sigma Heizman, Eric Sigma Nu Heller, Thomas Curtis Sigma Alpha Epsilon Helmich, Ellen Kay Kappa Alpha Theta Hemmingson, Elizabeth Chi Omega Henderson, Barbara Futrall Henderson, Eileen Futrall Henderson, Jack Phi Delta Theta Henderson, Melissa Off Campus Henger, Mac Lambda Chi Alpha Henrich, Ramona Reid Henry, Becka Pi Beta Phi Henry, Connie Chi Omega Henry, Jane Off Campus Henry, Michael W. Yocum Henry, Walter Phi Gamma Delta Hensley, Beth Delta Gamma Hensley, Scott Lambda Chi Alpha Hess, Mary Elizabeth Delta Gamma Hess, Robert Phi Delta Theta Hess, Robert Sigma Nu Hester, Bob Lambda Chi Alpha Hestir, Jo Ann Delta Delta Delta Herron, Mary Lou Off Campus Hewett, Tammy Off Campus Hewett, Terry Fulbright Hewitt, Billie Kappa Kappa Gamma Hickey, Cathleen Delta Gamma Hickman, David Off Campus Hicks, Overtis Off Campus Higginbothom, Mark Sigma Chi Hille, Carl Sigma Phi Epsilon Hilgeman, Nancy Pomfret Hill, Barry K. Sigma Nu Hill, Cindy Chi Omega Hill, Daina Reid Hill, Gary Gregson Hink, Susan Pi Beta Phi Hinton, Tom Lambda Chi Alpha Hinton, W. Christine Razorback Hirsch, James L. Off Campus Hitchcock, Linda Delta Delta Delta Hixson, Robert Kappa Sigma 290 Hlavaty, Gregg Off Campus 290 Hogg, Charles J. E. Hotz 310 Hoelscher, James Edward Yocum 331 Hoffman, Thomas G. Sigma Phi Epsilon 310 Hoisington, Nancy Pomfret 331 Hoke, Diana Humphreys 331 Holland, Debra Delta Gamma 331 Holland, Richard Sigma Phi Epsilon 331 Hollingsworth, Kathy Reid 310 Holm, Rhonda Kay Kappa Kappa Gamma 331 Holman, Karan Delta Delta Delta 331 Holmes, Amelia Fulbright 353 Holmes, George David Kappa Sigma 331 Holobar, Lynne Off Campus 331 Holobaugh, Dennis F. Sigma Chi 331 Hollongsworth, David Delta Upsilon 353 Holt, Mary Delta Delta Delta 331 Holt, Sandy Zeta Tau Alpha 310 Holtzclaw, Gale Off Campus 310 Holtzclaw, Stephen Off Campus 290 Hood, Christina Diann Delta Gamma 310 Hood, Juliana Off Campus 290 Hope, Ronnie Yocum 353 Hopkins, Jane Fulbright 353 Hopkins, Jean Fulbright 353 Hogue, Elizibeth Humphreys 310 330 289 309 330 289 353 309 289 309 330 289 289 330 309 289 309 330 353 289 309 289 330 309 309 353 309 330 309 309 330 309 309 353 309 309 309 289 289 309 310 353 229 289 287 290 310 290 310 330 330 331 331 310 331 290 290 331 474 310 Horne, Bill Sigma Nu Hornor, Mary Pi Beta Phi Hornor, West Sigma Alpha Epsilon Horst, Kathleen Humphreys Horton, Marilyn Humphreys Horton, Pete Off Campus Horton, Victor Off Campus Hosea, Pete Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hoselton, James Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hosford, Jeff Kappa Sigma Houchen, Sue Delta Delta Delta House, Jeff Yocum Houser, Pam Delta Delta Delta Howard, Amu Delta Gamma Howard, Charla Fulbright Howard, Karen Alpha Delta Pi Howard, Richard Phi Gamma Delta Howe, Joe Sigma Chi Howe, Margie Pi Beta Phi Howe, Otis Sigma Chi Howell, Mary Ruth Zeta Tau Alpha Howell, Rebecca L. Kappa Alpha Theta Howland, Nancy Zeta Tau Alpha Howsen, Cookie Delta Gamma Howton, Brent Alpha Gamma Rho Huckabee, Kay Pi Beta Phi Huckelbury, Lisa Alpha Delta Pi Hubbard, Ben Sigma Chi Hubbell, Nancy Delta Gamma Hudgens, Fred Yocum Hudgens, Kathy Chi Omega Hudgins, Robert Sigma Chi Hudson, Walter C. Pi Kappa Alpha Huey, Martha Fulbright Huff, Donnie Sigma Nu Hugg, Marcie Humphreys Hughes, Carol Delta Delta Delta Hughes, George Aldon Holcombe Hughes, Sarah Futrall Hull, Nancy Alpha Chi Omega Hull, Vicky Pomfret Hulsey, Theresa Off Campus Humphries, Ann Off Campus Humphreys, Virginia Off Campus Hundley, Linda Fulbright Hundley, Susan Off Campus Hunt, Janet L. Kappa Alpha Theta Hunter, Mary Rose Off Campus Hunter, Teresa Delta Gamma Huntley, Geri Arleen Off Campus Hunton, Tom Yocum Hurlbut, Donald D. Off Campus Hurley, Philip Pomfret Hurt, Sandy Alpha Delta Pi Hussey, Dot Off Campus Hutchens, Rebecca Off Campus Hutson, Leanna Zeta Tau Alpha Huxtable, Ginny Zeta Tau Alpha 111111111111111111111 Ibsen, Michael Kappa Sigma 291 Imboden, Pete Boyd Phi Delta Theta 353 Im, Hun-Bae Yocum 291 Ingram, Dennis Alpha Gamma Rho 310 Ingram, Ellen Kathryn Kappa Alpha Theta 331 Inman, Rene Alpha Delta Pi 331 Irby, John Pomfret 310 Irwin, Paul Chi Omega 331 Irwin, Terry Wilson Sharp 291 Isbell, Candy Zeta Tau Alpha 331 J111WWWWJWJ Jacks, Carmen Alpha Delta Pi 291 Jackson, Beth Kappa Kappa Gamma 311 Jackson, Bill Sigma Pi 291 Jackson, Billy Sigma Chi 291 Jackson, Carolyn Zeta Tau Alpha 291 Jackson, Jill M. Humphreys 331 Jackson, Linda Humphreys 331 Jackson, Peggy Pomfret 331 Jackson, Sally Chi Omega 291 Jackson, Shar Off Campus 291 Jacobi, Jancy Off Campus 291 Jacobs, Art Pomfret 353 Jacobs, Thomas Delta Upsilon 331 Jacobs, John H. Off Campus 353 Jacobs, Kathy Off Campus 311 Jacobs, Mary R. Off Campus 311 James, Bill Phi Delta Theta 353 James, Cindy Alpha Delta Pi 291 James, Glenda Fulbright 353 Jameson, Tommy Sigma Alpha Epsilon 311 Jansen, Laura Futrall 331 Jarrett, Lorin Off Campus 291 Jedlicka, Frank Yocum 311 Jefferies, Greg Phi Delta Theta 311 Jeffers, Priscilla Frances Kappa Alpha Theta 311 Jennings, Cheryl Humphreys 331 Jennings, Kelly Off Campus 291 Jeske, Daniel Reid 311 Jeter, William S. Phi Delta Theta 331 Johanson, Karen Chi Omega 311 Johanson, Blair Sigma Chi 353 Johanson, Bruce Sigma Chi 353 Johnsey, Priscilla Kappa Kappa Gamma 311 Johnson, Barbara Ann Off Campus 291 Johnson, Cindy Zeta Tau Alpha 311 310 290 353 331 353 290 290 331 353 310 310 353 310 291 353 291 331 291 331 353 331 310 310 331 310 331 331 310 331 353 310 353 353 353 310 353 331 291 353 331 291 291 291 310 353 331 310 291 310 291 353 291 331 310 331 291 310 475 Johnson, Danny Sigma Nu 353 Johnson, David Yocum 331 Johnson, Deborah Delta Gamma 291 Johnson, Dwight J. Buchanan 291 Johnson, Gail Pi Beta Phi 291 Johnson, Gary Hotz 291 Johnson, Janet Razorback 311 Johnson, John H. Kappa Sigma 311 Johnson, Kay Off Campus 291 Johnson, Lorrie Fulbright 353 Johnson, Marsue Delta Delta Delta 311 Johnson, Mary Kappa Kappa Gamma 311 Johnson, Michael G. Gregson 331 Johnson, Ralph Yocum 353 Johnson, Randy Off Campus 291 Johnson, Ruben Hotz 354 Johnson, Sally Chi Omega 291 Johnson, Suzanna Fulbright 354 Johnson, Virginia Ann Chi Omega 311 Johnston, Donna Off Campus 354 Johnston, Jeff W. Sigma Pi 311 Johnston, Lela Off Campus 291 Johnston, Mike Alpha Kappa Lambda 354 Johnston, Thomas Kappa Sigma 354 Johnston, Tricia Off Campus 331 Johnston, Vicki Off Campus 311 Jolly, Kathy Humphreys 331 Jolly, Patrick E. Lambda Chi Alpha 311 Jones, Chuck Pi Kappa Alpha 331 Jones, Debbie Pi Beta Phi 331 Jones, Eartha Pomfret 291 Jones, Jackie Kappa Alpha Theta 311 Jones, James M. Yocum 331 Jones, Jeff Phi Delta Theta 354 Jones, Jerry Lambda Chi Alpha 354 Jones, Jim Off Campus 311 Jones, Joe Futrall 322 Jones, John Sigma Alpha Epsilon 354 Jones, Kim Reid 354 Jones, Mark Sigma Nu 311 Jones, Martha A. Humphreys 311 Jones, Nancy Four-H 332 Jones, Randall Off Campus 291 Jone$, Randy Phi Delta Theta 332 Jones, Roger Alpha Kappa Lambda 311 Jones, Ruth Off Campus 332 Jones, Sonya Chi Omega 291 Jones, Steve Sigma Nu 311 Jordan, Carol Humphreys 332 Jordan, Dixie Reid 332 Jordan, Drexel Off Campus 322 Jordan, Liz Kappa Kappa Gamma 311 Jordan, Ruby Off Campus 291 Jorgensen, Kerry Off Campus 354 Joyce, Joni Delta Gamma 332 Jumper, Cheryl Off Campus 332 Justis, Glen Gregson 291 kkkkkkkkkkkkk Kalder, Christy Zeta Tau Alpha 332 Karnes, Connie Off Campus 291 476 Karnes, Michael C. Off Campus 332 Kastning, Wayne Yocum 332 Katz, Barry A. Sigma Chi 354 Kaufman, Bruce Lambda Chi Alpha 311 Kaufman, Judy Fulbright 354 Kaylor, James Off Campus 291 Keacher, Kandy Off Campus 311 Keech, Nancy Fulbright 354 Keeling, Melissa Delta Gamma 311 Keener, Larry Yocum 332 Keisler, Pam Pomfret 354 Keisner, Kim Phi Delta Theta 332 Keith, Jane C. Pomfret 291 Kellam, Dennis Pi Kappa Alpha 291 Keller, Kim Off Campus 354 Kelley, Pamela Kay Humphreys 332 Kelley, Susan Lee Humphreys 311 Kelley, Victoria D. Off Campus 291 Kelly, Bonnie L. Fulbright 354 Kendrick, Jimmy Alpha Gamma Rho 332 Kendrick, Thomas D. Sigma Nu 311 Kennedy, Karen Pi Beta Phi 311 Kennedy, Pat Pomfret 291 Kennedy, Steve Yocum 332 Kennington, Richard Yocum 332 Kenyon, Mark Sigma Pi 311 Keough, Terry Off Campus 292 Kerr, Steve Hotz 292 Kersey, Mark Alpha Gamma Rho 354 Keton, Erma Futrall 332 Kilcrease, Sherry Zeta Tau Alpha 311 Kiley, Kathy Alpha Delta Pi 292 Kilgore, Charlott Alpha Chi Omega 311 Kilgore, Sylvia Reid 311 Killett, Kim Pi Beta Phi 311 Killgore, K. Jack Sigma Phi Epsilon 292 Killingsworth, John Off Campus 311 Kimes, Steve Sigma Chi 332 Kinard, Thomas Pi Kappa Alpha 311 Kincaid, Edwin W. Off Campus 292 Kincaid, John Lambda Chi Alpha 311 Kincannon, John Allen Phi Delta Theta 332 Kind, Rick Off Campus 292 Kindler, Sandra Reid 332 King, Carol Humphreys 311 King, James Lambda Chi Alpha 332 King, Jerry Alpha Delta Pi 332 King, Jim E. Off Campus 311 King, Julie Fulbright 354 King, Kelly Delta Gamma 311 477 King, Laura Humphreys 332 King, Michael Alpha Gamma Rho 332 King, Twila Pomfret 292 Kinnaird, Mary E. Fulbright 354 Kinon, Sherry Off Campus 333 Kinsey, Beth Off Campus 354 Kinsey, Kathy Off Campus 333 Kirby, Sally R. Kappa Alpha Theta 311 Kirk, Katie Alpha Delta Pi 333 Kirkpatrick, Anita Futrall 312 Kirkpatrick, Carolyn Fulbright 354 Kitchens, Karen Zeta Tau Alpha 292 Kittrell, Adele Fulbright 354 Kittrell, Carol Ann Humphreys 333 Kleuser, Elizabeth T. Kappa Alpha Theta 292 Klug, Pete Sigma Alpha Epsilon 354 Knight, T. Jan Kappa Alpha Theta 333 Knight, Steve Off Campus 354 Knight, Steven Lambda Chi Alpha 354 Knoll, Dana Fulbright 354 Knowles, Mary Pi Beta Phi 292 Knox, Melinda Kappa Kappa Gamma 292 Koch, Kathryn Reid 354 Koehler, Edwin Reid 292 Kolb, Steve Off Campus 312 Kong, Shu-tak Holcombe 333 Kordsmeier, Gayle Humphreys 333 Kowalski, Edward L. Yocum 292 Kraft, Paula Alpha Chi Omega 312 Krebs, Greg Off Campus 292 Kretschmar, Mike Sigma Nu 354 Kreul, Richard E. Yocum 354 Krisell, Wayne Sigma Phi Epsilon 312 Kristinsson, Julius Phi Kappa Alpha 354 Kuca, Larry Sigma Alpha Epsilon 333 Kuykendall, Fred Off Campus 292 Kuykendall, Karla Jo Kappa Alpha Theta 312 liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Lachowsky, Stephen P. Holcombe 292 Lackey, Lesa Kappa Alpha Theta 333 Lakcie, Lelah Jo Humphreys 354 LaFargue, Richard Kappa Sigma 312 Lamb, Felton Pomfret 292 Lamb, Randall S. Hotz 312 Lambiotte, Louis Sigma Alpha Epsilon 333 Lane, Debra Yvonne Off Campus 333 Lane, Deborah Humphreys 333 Lane, Joe A. Off Campus 312 Langford, William Earnest Kappa Sigma 333 Langham, John Carroll Sigma Nu 312 Langley, James Yocum 292 Langston, Becky Off Campus 292 Lanham, Sean Sigma Alpha Epsilon 312 Lawrence, Sid Alpha Kappa Lambda 292 Larson, Daniel Hotz 312 Larson, Pamela Alpha Delta Pi 333 Larsen, Rodney Yocum 333 LaRue, Nan Humphreys 333 Lashlee, Kim Sigma Nu 312 Lasker, Terri Fulbright 354 Laster, Scott Kappa Sigma 354 Lauck, Larry Sigma Alpha Epsilon 333 Laughlin, Brent Sigma Alpha Epsilon 312 Lavender, George Sigma Pi 333 Lavender, Larry Yocum 354 Laws, Kathie Off Campus 312 Lawson, Darla Humphreys 333 Lax, Gary Sigma Nu 312 Laymon, Paula Humphreys 333 Lazarus, Jack Lambda Chi Alpha 312 LeBlanc, Joanne Chi Omega 333 LeBlanc, Catherine Off Campus 292 Lee, Anita Ann Futrall 292 Lee, David Alpha Gamma Rho 333 Lee, Jeff Yocum 333 Lee, Lisa Reid 333 Lee, Pamela Fulbright 354 Lee, Stephanie Humphreys 354 LeFevre, Charmaine Fulbright 354 LeFevre, Teri Ann Kappa Kappa Gamma 312 Leggett, M. Abbey Kappa Alpha Theta 292 Leis, Gary Wayne Alpha Kappa Lambda 333 Leith, Robert Pomfret 354 Leopard, Edward Pi Kappa Alpha 292 LeSage, Paul Pomfret 354 Lewis, Anita Humphreys 333 Lewis, Chris Alpha Kappa Lambda 333 Lewis, John E. Gregson 292 Lewis, Judy Humphreys 354 Lewis, Rebecca Pi Beta Phi 333 Lewis, Tommy Phi Delta Theta 354 Lieblich, Patti Pi Beta Phi 312 Ligon, Micky Sigma Chi 292 Liles, Mike Sigma Chi 354 Lincoln, Kathie Futrall 354 Lindall, Laura Zeta Tau Alpha 292 Lindsay, Sherri Off Campus 292 Linzay, Kathy Kappa Kappa Gamma 333 Lively, Donna Off Campus 292 Livers, Robby Off Campus 292 Lloyd, Margaret Fulbright 333 Lochhaas, Phil Off Campus 312 Lockhart, Lillie Off Campus 312 Lockhart, Roosevelt Off Campus 292 Locknar, Mary Ann Futrall 354 Lofton, Paulett Off Campus 292 Lofton, Virlean Off Campus 292 Long, Cathy Futrall 354 Long, Mary Off Campus 333 478 Long, Steven Off Campus 292 Long, Terry Delta Delta Delta 292 Longinotti, David Off Campus 292 Longinotti, Karen Humphreys 333 Longtin, Phil Sigma Nu 312 Longtin, Richard Sigma Nu 354 Looney, Anny Humphreys 312 Looney, Charles Alpha Gamma Rho 333 Lorenz, Gus Farmhouse 354 Loring, Julia S. Alpha Chi Omega 333 Loudermilk, Steve Yocum 333 Louton, Bob Gladson-Ripley 333 Love, David Pi Kappa Alpha 312 Loveall, Jan Delta Delta Delta 292 Lovell, Lanay Fulbright 355 Lowder, Vicki Pi Beta Phi 292 Lowe, Cyndy Delta Delta Delta 312 Lowe, Kathy Alpha Delta Pi 292 Lowrey, Jeffrey Harris Off Campus 292 Lubin, Avery Kappa Sigma 292 Lukas, Daniel Off Campus 292 Lum, Linda Ann Alpha Chi Omega 333 Lumpkin, Karen Reid 312 Lumpkin, Richard Hotz 312 Luther, William Farmhouse 312 Luttrell, Andy Sigma Alpha Epsilon 355 Lybrand, Melody Fulbright 355 Lynch, Dan Yocum 355 Lynch, Jeremy Off Campus 333 Lynch, Raymond Off Campus 292 Lynn, Bruce Sigma Chi 355 Lyons, Steve Pomfret 333 Lytle, John O. Yocum 355 mmmmmmmmmm Maberry, Todd Pi Kappa Alpha 355 MacDonald, Molly Kappa Kappa Gamma 312 Machen, Janet Kappa Kappa Gamma 312 Mackaay, Carolyn Pi Beta Phi 312 Mackey, Glenn A. Gregson 292 Madden, Don Allen Sigma Nu 355 Mader, John Off Campus 292 Madey, Joseph Reid 312 Madison, Phil Lambda Chi Alpha 292 Madsen, Lee Sedgewell 333 Maestas, Rebecca Alpha Delta Pi 292 Maestri, Lea Ann Zeta Tau Alpha 312 Magie, Mark Yocum 355 Maglothin, Mark Randall Hotz 355 Magnus, Suzanne Fulbright 333 Magruder, Kathleen Delta Gamma 292 Magruder, Lucy Off Campus 355 Maguire, Sharon Pi Beta Phi 312 Mahan, Jack Lambda Chi Alpha 333 Mahan, Lee Fulbright 354 Malcom, Mary Ann Kappa Kappa Gamma 293 Maning, Mike Off Campus 333 Mantooth, Larry Alpha Gamma Rho 354 Marak, Kay Alpha Delta Pi 312 Marinelli, Lou Off Campus 312 Marrs, Dolf Farmhouse 356 479 Marsee, Denise A. Futrall Marsh, Charles Phi Delta Theta Marsh, Wallis Yocum Marshall, Greer Chi Omega Marshall, Lambert Lynn Sigma Alpha Epsilon Martin, Cindy G. Kappa Alpha Theta Martin, Danny Gregson Martin, Diane Alpha Delta Pi Martin, Greg Pi Kappa Alpha Martin, Judith Pomfret Martin, Terry Reid Mashburn, Greg Sigma Phi Epsilon Massenburg, Pam Pi Beta Phi Matchet, David Sigma Phi Epsilon Matejka, Carmichael Sally Off Campus Mathews, Barbara Alpha Chi Omega Mathisen, Mark Sigma Alpha Epsilon Matkin, Bo Sigma Chi Matkin, Judi Alpha Chi Omega Mattei, Bob Yocum Maurer, Ellen Futrall Maves, Jodi Alpha Chi Omega Maxwell, Jan Pi Beta Phi May, Alicia Humphreys May, Reberly Jean Kappa Alpha Theta May, Leah Marie Delta Gamma May, Marcy Off Campus Maynard, Bill Alpha Kappa Lambda Mays, Joe Yocum Mazzia, Vicky Delta Gamma McAfee, Ted Yocum McAllister, Debbie Jo Alpha Delta Pi McBride, John Yocum McBurnett, Rita Delta Gamma McBurnett, Stuart Off Campus McCabe, Dan Phi Delta Theta McCain, Joe Kappa Sigma McCain, Marc Alpha Gamma Rho McCain, Nancy Humphreys McCall, Edward Holcombe McCann, Abba Off Campus McChristian, Teresa Pomfret McClain, Sonny Off Campus McClain, Suzanne Pi Beta Phi McClellan, Aubrey Pomfret McClendon, Larry Sigma Alpha Epsilon McClura, Robert Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon McClure, Carol Fulbright McCollum, Libby Chi Omega McCombs, Mary Elizabeth Kappa Kappa Gamma McCorkle, Joseph Lambda Chi Alpha McCorkle, Julie Off Campus McCoy, Bill M. Sigma Phi Epsilon McCoy, Ronald Off Campus McCray, Suzanne Humphreys McCutchen, Lex Sigma Phi Epsilon McDaniel, Charles Pi Kappa Alpha 356 McDaniel, Craig Charles Yocum 356 McDaniel, Linda Ann Pi Beta Phi 334 McDonald, Dale Neill Off Campus 294 McDermott, John W. Sigma Chi 334 McDonalds, Jane Kappa Kappa Gamma 313 McDonald, Kathy Chi Omega 356 McDonald, Ran Sigma Alpha Epsilon 334 McElroy, Ann Fulbright 356 McFadden, Anna Alpha Chi Omega 313 McGee, Sharon Alpha Delta Pi 294 McGill, Herbert Off Campus 294 McGraw, Ricky Sigma Chi 294 McHaney, Julia Chi Omega 334 McIntosh, Kenneth Reid 294 McIntosh, Lanny Sigma Alpha Epsilon 356 McKinney, Barbie Fulbright 356 McKinney, John Pi Kappa Alpha 313 McKinney, Marsha Alpha Delta Pi 294 McKinney, Mary M. Delta Gamma 313 McKinney, Rick Pi Kappa Alpha 356 McKinnis, Debbie Humphreys 356 McKnight, James Pomfret 334 McLellan, Stan C. Gregson 294 McLemorye, Risa Chi Omega 313 293 293 312 333 293 334 312 393 356 334 312 334 312 312 293 293 312 356 293 334 312 312 312 356 293 312 293 356 334 334 356 312 356 313 293 334 334 356 356 293 334 334 293 293 313 293 313 356 313 293 293 293 356 334 356 334 480 McLoud, Tommy Off Campus McMillan, Martha Zeta Tau Alpha McMillan, Ron Kappa Sigma McNair, Mark Sigma Alpha Epsilon McNeely, John M. Sigma Chi McNiel, Ferguson Lambda Chi Alpha McNeill, Lugene Delta Delta Delta McNeil, Marsha Kappa Kappa Gamma McNeill, D. Paul Sigma Chi McPhail, Micky Kappa Sigma McVey, Gary Off Campus McVey, Robin Kappa Kappa Gamma McVoy, Carl Pomfret McWilliams, Dan Pomfret Meador, Carol A. Humphreys Meador, Robbye Delta Delta Delta Meadows, Terry Off Campus Mears, Bill F. Yocum Meehan, Stephanie Off Campus Meeks, Richard Sigma Nu Megee, John Phi Gamma Delta Meggers, Janie Zeta Tau Alpha Meggers, Steve Sigma Phi Epsilon Meier, Paul Off Campus Melekian, Mary B. Off Campus Melhorn, Beca Delta Delta Delta Melhorn, Scott Sigma Phi Epsilon Melton, Joyce Off Campus Mendenhall, Ann Elaine Kappa Alpha Theta Mendenhall, Matthew Sigma Chi Meripol, Art Delta Upsilon Marritt, David Farmhouse Merritt, Molly Off Campus Merritt, Ronald Off Campus Mertens, William Hotz Mertins, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon Meuwly, Michael Yocum Meyer, Doug Kappa Sigma Meyer, Stacey Zeta Tau Alpha Meyers, Becky Off Campus Michaelis, Alvin Yocum Michaels, Terri Alpha Chi Omega Middleton, Cindy Fulbright Miers, Chuck Off Campus Miller, Anita Fulbright Miller, David Off Campus Miller, Don Hotz Miller, Donna Off Campus Miller, Gary Lambda Chi Alpha Miller, James N. Phi Gamma Delta Miller, Katharine Off Campus Miller, Michael Kappa Sigma Miller, Nicholas Phi Gamma Delta Miller, Preston Sigma Phi Epsilon Miller, Susan Pomfret Miller, Tod Lambda Chi Alpha Miller, Tommy Phi Gamma Delta Mills, Charles Sigma Phi Epsilon 334 Mills, John Off Campus 295 Mills, Libby Fulbright 356 Millsap, Ken Yocum 356 Milwee, P. H. Yocum 356 Minor, Carolyn Delta Delta Delta 295 Misenheimer, Bob Off Campus 295 Misenheimer, Carol S. Off Campus 334 Mitchell, Vicky Delta Delta Delta 313 Mize, Bernard Holcombe 295 Mizes, Brenda Off Campus 334 Moll, Debby Off Campus 313 Moll, Vicki Pi Beta Phi 313 Moncrief, David Pi Kappa Alpha 356 Money, Anne Off Campus 313 Montgomery, Bill Pomfret 313 Moody, Vicki A. Kappa Alpha Theta 313 Moon, Karen Humphreys 356 Mooney, John Hotz 313 Mooney, Marion Phi Delta Theta 334 Moore, Bobby Hotz 356 Moore, Ellen Delta Delta Delta 313 Moore, Steven D. Off Campus 313 Moore, Georgia Pomfret 295 Moore, Ginger Alpha Delta Pi 334 Moore, John Sigma Nu 295 Moore, Judy Off Campus 313 Moore, Kay Humphreys 334 Moore, Linda Lou Delta Delta Delta 313 Moore, Mary Razorback 295 Moore, Michael D. Hotz 356 Moore, Mitzi Delta Gamma 313 Moore, Philip Hotz 356 Moore, Randy Off Campus 295 Moore, Trudy J. Humphreys 313 Moorehead, Debbie Zeta Tau Alpha 334 Moran, Patrick Gregson 295 Morara, Neva Razorback 356 Morgan, Scott Alpha Kappa Lambda 313 Morgan, Sharon Kay Humphreys 356 Morgan, Steve Yocum 314 Morgan, Steve Lambda Chi Alpha 334 Morledge, Mike Sigma Alpha Epsilon 314 Morley, Jim Pi Kappa Alpha 314 Morley, Vivian Kappa Kappa Gamma 334 Morris, Betsy Pomfret 334 Morris, Danny Phi Gamma Delta 334 Morris, David Lambda Chi Alpha 314 Morris, James William Off Campus 295 Morris, Julie Kappa Kappa Gamma 295 Morris, Patty Zeta Tau Alpha 334 Morris, Sarah Humphreys 356 Morrison, Cooper Sigma Phi Epsilon 335 Morrison, John Sigma Phi Epsilon 335 Moseley, Mark Sigma Chi 335 Moseley, Melissa Chi Omega 314 Moser, Chris Fulbright 356 313 313 356 334 356 334 313 313 313 294 294 334 356 334 334 294 334 334 313 294 313 334 313 294 313 313 334 313 294 313 313 356 313 294 313 356 313 334 313 313 334 313 356 313 356 294 313 294 313 334 313 313 294 356 295 356 313 481 Mosley, Becky Delta Delta Delta Mosley, Janet E. Reid Mosley, Robin Humphreys Moss, Randy Reid Moss, Steve Pi Kappa Alpha Moss, Steve Hotz Mossman, Bob Off Campus Mossman, Constance Off Campus Motes, Raymond Gregson Moulding, Jessica Delta Gamma Mullen, Cheryl Off Campus Munsey, Linda Chi Omega Mulford, Bruce Off Campus Murchison, David Alpha Kappa Lambda Murry, Rucker S. Sigma Nu Myer, Jayne Chi Omega Myers, Dan Off Campus Myers, Steven Grover Off Campus nnnnnnnnnnnn Nabors, Jim Sigma Pi Naes, Michael Yocum Nakdimen, Stephen Yocum Nancy, Cecil B. Sigma Phi Epsilon Nancy, Kregg Sigma Chi Nash, Donna Off Campus Nash, Steve Yocum Nation, Debbi Fulbright Naucke, Nancy Humphreys Naucke, Rodney Holcombe Neath, Betsy Fulbright Neal, Elsie Pomfret Neal, Janet Zeta Tau Alpha Neal, Patti Futrall Neblett, Paul Sigma Alpha Epsilon Neeley, Liz Alpha Delta Pi Neiser, Kathy Delta Gamma Nelson, Tracey Delta Delta Delta Neuhart, Larry Sigma Nu Nevill, Terry Sigma Phi Epsilon New, Michael C. Sigma Nu Newell, Burt Phi Delta Theta Newkirk, Cliff Alpha Kappa Lambda Newman, Chris Holcombe Newman, Leah Fulbright Newton, John Sigma Alpha Epsilon Newton, Michael Kappa Sigma Niblock, Fred William Off Campus Nichol, Ellen Chi Omega Nichols, Rodney Farmhouse Nicholson, David Phi Gamma Delta Nicholson, Kim Kappa Kappa Gamma Nielsen, Lori Alpha Chi Omega Nincehelser, Chrissy Kappa Kappa Gamma 295 Nixon, Tom Phi Delta Theta 335 Noble, Michael F. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 357 Noland, Stewart Lambda Chi Alpha 295 Norvell, Debora A. Reid 335 Nowacki, Karen Humphreys 357 Nunn, Cumalee Fulbright 357 Nusch, Nita Humphreys 335 Nutt, Jim Pi Kappa Alpha 302 oooooooooooooo Oates, Bonner Off Campus 295 Oates, Deborah Kappa Kappa Gamma 314 Oates, Randall Yocum 335 Oberste, Neva Humphreys 357 Oden, Larry Theta Tau 295 Off, Lorraine Alpha Chi Omega 335 O ' Hern, Kelly Razorback 314 Oldham, Richard Pomfret 357 Olsen, Lee Lambda Chi Omega 295 O ' Neal, Pat Alpha Delta Pi 314 O ' Neill, Pam Alpha Chi Omega 314 Ormsbee, Bill Pomfret 335 Orr, Pam Fulbright 357 Orton, Teresa L. Kappa Alpha Theta 335 Osborne, Allison Pomfret 314 Osbun, Jean Delta Gamma 295 Otting, Karen Elizabeth Delta Gamma 295 Overby, William H. Off Campus 335 Overton, Jerry Alpha Gamma Rho 357 Owens, Gwynda Humphreys 295 Owen, Jack Sigma Alpha Epsilon 358 Owens, Steve E. Sigma Chi 336 Owens, Susan Alpha Delta Pi 336 Ownbey, Carol Humphreys 314 Oxenreider, Paul Gregson 336 ppppppppppppp Pace, Ruth Ann Kappa Kappa Gamma 295 Pack, Hugh Pomfret 295 Pack, Nancy Humphreys 358 Pack, Robert Pomfret 295 Paddack, William Off Campus 358 Palmak, Jane Humphreys 314 Pantier, James Sigma Pi 295 Papizan, Pam Chi Omega 336 Park, Roy Gregson 295 Parker, Barbara Alpha Delta Pi 336 Parker, Cynthia Alpha Delta Pi 314 Parker, Jacque Sigma Phi Epsilon 358 335 335 335 295 335 314 295 295 335 295 356 295 314 335 314 295 295 356 n 335 356 314 314 335 295 314 356 335 295 295 335 335 295 314 335 335 295 335 314 357 357 357 357 357 335 295 335 335 335 295 335 303 482 Parker, Mary Kay Zeta Tau Alpha 336 Parker, Patti Delta Gamma 336 Parker, Paul Kappa Sigma 336 Parker, Randy Off Campus 295 Parker, Robert Alpha Kappa Lambda 314 Parrish, John Sigma Alpha Epsilon 358 Parsons, Cathy Humphreys 358 Parsons, Janet Ann Alpha Delta Pi 295 Parsons, Paul Wilson Sharp 358 Patrick, Jo Off Campus 295 Patterson, Dale Off Campus 358 Patterson, Jana Lynne Kappa Alpha Theta 336 Paul, James Off Campus 295 Paul, Terry Off Campus 314 Paulk, Joe Sigma Nu 358 Paxter, Jeff Sigma Alpha Epsilon 358 Peachey, Doug Lambda Chi Alpha 336 Peak, Mona Alpha Chi Omega 314 Pearson, Randy Sigma Alpha Epsilon 358 Peden, Wayne Pomfret 358 Pedige, Wyatt Off Campus 356 Peer, Alan Yocum 295 Pendergrass, John P. Alpha Gamma Rho 336 Pendleton, L. Brown Off Campus 358 Pendleton, Marcy Alpha Chi Omega 295 Pendry, De Ann Off Campus 336 Pipper, John Off Campus 314 Perkins, Gayla Fulbright 358 Perkins, Perk Pomfret 314 Perrin, George Kappa Sigma 314 Perry, Dale Phi Gamma Delta 358 Perry, Gregg Lambda Chi Alpha 337 Peters, Don Off Campus 303 Phillips, Claude Alpha Kappa Lambda 295 Phillips, Jaquita Pi Beta Phi 314 Phillips, Jim Sigma Alpha Epsilon 314 Phillips, Joe Kappa Sigma 295 Phillips, Kelli Futrall 337 Phillips, Mary Lou Futrall 337 Phillips, Jennifer Kappa Kappa Gamma 314 Phillips, Stewart Alpha Gamma Rho 296 Philpot, Lee Anne Fulbright 359 Phoebus, Brenda Fulbright 359 Piazza, Ross Off Campus 337 Pickens, Evelyn Four-H 359 Pickering, Andy Sigma Nu 296 Pickering, Jane Fulbright 359 Pickle, Charles Farmhouse 359 Pierce, Ruby Off Campus 314 Pierson, Tom Alpha Kappa Lambda 337 Pike, Lenita Humphreys 296 Piper, Phyllis Delta Gamma 314 Pittman, Phillip Off Campus 296 Pittman, Thomas Yocum 359 Pitts, Paul Yocum 314 Plating, Jack Sigma Pi 296 Plumlee, Mike Phi Delta Theta 337 Plummer, Betsy B. Delta Gamma 337 Plunkett, Marie Humphreys 314 Plunkett, Wade Yocum 359 Poe, Patricia Off Campus 296 Pollard, Robert Yocum 314 Pomeroy, Catherine Zeta Tau Alpha 314 Pool, Kathryn Pomfret 337 Pool, Robert K. Off Campus 337 Pope, Marc Phi Delta Theta 337 Porter, Buddy Sigma Alpha Epsilon 337 Post, Amy Razorback 296 Post, Debbie Off Campus 314 Post, Paul J. Droke 337 Post, Peter James Buchanan 337 Post, Rosemary Fulbright 359 Pottebaum, Karen Sue Humphreys 359 Poulsen, Greg Pi Kappa Alpha 314 Poulsen, Norma Kappa Kappa Gamma 314 Pounder, Leah Humphreys 314 Pounder, Marsha Dee Kappa Alpha Theta 296 Powell, Curt Theta Tau 337 Powell, Patricia Kappa Kappa Gamma 296 Powell, Rozan Reid 337 Powers, Dawn Alpha Chi Omega 296 Powlowski, Krista Humphreys 359 483 Pringer, Harry Pomfret 314 Prater, Glenanna Four-H 359 Price, John Yocum 359 Price, Juliana Off Campus 314 Price, Linda Off Campus 314 Price, Susan Delta Gamma 337 Price, Teresa Humphreys 314 Price, Val Hotz 359 Priest, Steven Phi Delta Theta 337 Proctor, David Phi Gamma Delta 359 Proctor, Randy Sigma Chi 314 Pruet, Ann Pi Beta Phi 314 Pruett, Laura Lee Humphreys 337 Pruss, Rosie Delta Delta Delta 314 Pryor, Luaren Humphreys 337 Pullen, Charles Sigma Nu 359 Pulliam, Marty Lambda Chi Alpha 359 Purtle, Peggy Chi Omega 337 Puryear, Morris Sigma Phi Epsilon 315 qqqqqqqqqqqqq Qualls, Brent Pi Kappa Alpha 337 Qualls, Carlos Lynn Off Campus 296 Quick, Jerri Ann Humphreys 337 rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Ragland, Becky Fulbright 359 Rainwater, Liz Pi Beta Phi 296 Raley, Ann Kappa Kappa Gamma 337 Ralls, Elizabeth Ann Fulbright 359 Ramsey, Carla Futrall 359 Ramsey, Linda Humphreys 296 Rankin, Curt Off Campus 296 Rapley, Gil Phi Delta Theta 337 Rasberry, Patti W. Delta Gamma 315 Rash, Dan Off Campus 337 Rasmussen, Paul R. Hotz 359 Ratley, Robin Pi Beta Phi 296 Rausch, Earl Alpha Gamma Rho 296 Rayburn, Mike Phi Gamma Delta 315 Reading, Deborah Jo Pomfret 296 484 Reading, Ron Off Campus Reardon, Jerry Yocum Record, Peggy Ann Delta Gamma Redden, Mark Kappa Sigma Reed, Bill Yocum Reed, Carolyn Delta Gamma Reed, Fred Sigma Alpha Epsilon Reed, Kathy Reid Reese, Don Pi Kappa Alpha Reese, Phil Off Campus Reeves, Darlene Off Campus Reid, Tommy Sigma Nu Reinke, Stephen C. Kappa Sigma Relyea, Carol Humphreys Renard, Maureen Humphreys Reneau, Mike Pomfret Reno, Paula Razorback Reynolds, David Hotz Reynolds, John Sigma Nu Reynolds, John Kappa Sigma Reynolds, Patricia Off Campus Reynolds, Rebecca Delta Delta Delta Reynolds, Terry Delta Gamma Rhodes, Dana Futrall Rhoads, George Yocum Rhoads, Ginger Off Campus Rhodes, Sheila Four-H Rhodes, Warren Off Campus Rial, Rita Kay Kappa Alpha Theta Rice, Chuck Holcombe Rice, Mark Yocum Rice, Mike Lambda Chi Alpha Rice, Rhonda Fulbright Rice, Robbi Ann Kappa Alpha Theta Rice, Vicky Fulbright Richards, Ricky Yocum Richardson, Phyllis Off Campus Richardson, William J. Off Campus Richey, Diana L. Humphreys Richey, Janis Off Campus Richson, Debbie Kappa Kappa Gamma Ridgeway, Bob Phi Delta Theta Ridgeway, Roger Sigma Nu Rieke, Danny Phi Delta Theta Riley, Janny Pi Beta Phi Riley, John Davis Phi Delta Theta Riley, Randall Off Campus Riley, Tommy Farmhouse Rimmer, Lynnette Off Campus Ripley, Fliece Pi Beta Phi Ritch, Cindy Pomfret Ritter, Wes Farmhouse Rix, Cynthia Off Campus Roach, Roger Off Campus Roan, Darlynn Delta Delta Delta Robbins, Ken Sigma Chi Roberts, Mindy Kappa Kappa Gamma Roberts, Patti Fulbright 337 Roberts, Rita Zeta Tau Alpha 296 Robinson, Dennis Yocum 359 Robinson, Harriett Off Campus 296 Robinson, Laura Humphreys 337 Robinson, Lisa Lou Alpha Delta Pi 337 Robinson, Lori Lea Alpha Delta Pi 337 Robinson, S. Kappa Kappa Gamma 296 Robison, Walter Off Campus 296 Robison, Nancy Alpha Delta Pi 337 Rockey, Louann Melissa Off Campus 296 Roddy, Carol Off Campus 315 Roden, Patricia Reid 359 Rodman, Debbie Fulbright 359 Rodriguez, Nancy Off Campus 296 Roeger, Susan Reid 359 Roelfs, Randy Lambda Chi Alpha 337 Rogers, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon 359 Rogers, John M. Gregson 315 Rogers, Nancy Off Campus 337 Rogers, Robert Holcombe 296 Rogers, Teddy Mack Sigma Phi Epsilon 359 Rogers, Valorie Zeta Tau Alpha 337 Roget, Janet Kappa Kappa Gamma 296 Roles, Nancy Elaine Fulbright 359 Rom, Curt Off Campus 359 Rone, Ron Farmhouse 297 Rook, Bob Sigma Alpha Epsilon 360 Rorex, Richard Hotz 360 Rorex, Scott Reid 297 Roscoe, George Pomfret 316 Rose, Jenny Hart Pi Beta Phi 338 Rose, Mike Sigma Chi 360 Rosenaur, Warren Yocum 360 Ross, Joe Pi Kappa Alpha 297 Ross, Linda Futrall 338 Ross, Steven Sigma Nu 360 Ross, Teresa Futrall 360 Roth, Danny Phi Delta Theta 338 Rothrock, Susan Off Campus 316 Rouby, Christine Reid 316 Row, Benson Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Rowell, Stephen Off Campus 297 Rowland, Bill Off Campus 316 Ruble, Linda Alpha Delta Pi 316 Ruble, Richard Calrk Gregson 360 Rumph, Alice Alpha Chi Omega 297 Rupe, Joy Humphreys 338 Russell, Jimmy Alpha Kappa Lambda 338 Russell, Jimmy Sigma Phi Epsilon 297 Russell, David Delta Upsilon 316 Russell, Susan Four-H 360 Ryan, Jerry Off Campus 338 Ryburn, Charles Off Campus 297 sssssssssssssssss 296 359 296 357 315 315 337 315 359 296 359 315 315 337 359 337 315 296 296 359 337 296 315 337 296 359 337 315 296 337 337 296 359 315 359 359 337 296 359 315 296 337 337 359 296 315 337 296 296 337 337 359 296 359 296 359 315 485 Safren, Jonathan Yocum 29 7 Schakel, Peggy Humphreys 338 Saakes, Sylvia Chi Omega 316 Scherer, Bill Off Campus 338 Sallee, Bill Delta Upsilon 338 Scheurich, Gretchen Humphreys 360 Sampolesi, Shelia Futrall 338 Schieffler, Dan K. Sigma Chi 338 Sanders, David Off Campus 316 Schoessel, Roger Yocum 360 Sanders, Jim Off Campus 316 Schonert, Carole Fulbright 360 Sanders, John Gregson 297 Schroeder, Joe Robert Holcombe 297 Sanders, Linda E. Off Campus 316 Schubel, Aileen Fulbright 360 Sanders, Sally Off Campus 316 Schumacher, James B. Sigma Chi 360 Sanderson, Lynn A. Alpha Gamma Rho 316 Schwartz, Cindy Kappa Kappa Gamma 316 Sandusky, Wesley Alpha Gamma Rho 360 Scott, Bryan Sigma Alpha Epsilon 316 Sangster, John Kappa Sigma 338 Scott, Colleen M. Humphreys 316 Sanson, David Holcombe 360 Scott, John David Off Campus 297 Sarratt, John Off Campus 316 Scott, Lynn Humphreys 360 Satterfield, Debbie Alpha Chi Omega 316 Scott, Peggy Pomfret 360 Satterfield, Greg Alpha Gamma Rho 338 Scott, Robert C. Off Campus 316 Savage, Bill R. Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Scott, Roslyn Futrall 360 Saviers, Mark Phi Delta Theta 338 Scott, Sam Phi Delta Theta 297 Sawyer, Curtis Pomfret 316 Scott, Susan Chi Omega 316 Sayers, Debbie Humphreys 360 Scott, Timothy Vance Pi Kappa Alpha 297 Sayre, George Lambda Chi Alpha 360 Scott, Tommy Off Campus 316 Scarbrough, Catherine Kappa Alpha Theta 297 Scobey, Mark Off Campus 316 Scarbrough, Susan Delta Delta Delta 338 Scruggs, Rick Kappa Sigma 360 Schaefer, Ann Humphreys 360 Searcy, Joseph P. Phi Delta Theta 338 486 Searcy, Robert Phi Delta Theta 297 Seaton, Becky Futrall 316 Seaton, Bill Pomfret 316 Seibold, Karen Delta Delta Delta 316 Seifert, Mark Yocum 360 Segraves, Sally Off Campus 297 Selig, Anna Humphreys 338 Sellers, Velma Reid 338 Senke, Michael Off Campus 297 Sessions, Julie Reid 360 Shaddox, William Yocum 338 S err ell, Becky Humphreys 297 Shadrack, Steve Phi Gamma Delta 338 Shaffer, Robert Gregson 338 Shannon, Carroll Pi Beta Phi 316 Shapard, Craig Sigma Phi Epsilon 298 Sharp, Thomas Alpha Gamma Rho 360 Shaw, Cindy Zeta Tau Alpha 338 Shaw, Nancy Fulbright 338 Shawhan, Mike Sigma Pi 360 Shea, Cathleen Off Campus 338 Sheets, Jennis Delta Gamma 316 Shelley, Marilyn Reid 360 Shelton, Crystal Pomfret 360 Shenasa, Alin Pomfret 360 Shenep, Jim Phi Delta Theta 338 Shepherd, Virginia Fulbright 360 Sherwood, Gary Delta Upsilon 338 Shipman, Bob Off Campus 338 Shipp, David Off Campus Sigma Pi 298 Shirley, Phillip E. Sigma Nu 360 Shiver, John Sigma Nu 338 Shock, Belton E. Reid 298 Shook, Peggy Futrall 298 Shoop, Nancy Pi Beta Phi 338 Short, James R. Farmhouse 360 Short, Jim G. Sigma Chi 338 Siebenmorgen, Ronnie Delta Upsilon 316 Simon, Marcella Razorback 298 Simon, Tom Yocum 360 Simmons, Nancy Lynn Off Campus 316 Simmons, Richard Sigma Alpha Epsilon 316 Simpson, Randy Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Sims, Bob Reid 360 Sing, Lee Sigma Chi 298 Sink, Melissa Dianne Kappa Kappa Gamma 316 Sipes, Susan Humphreys 338 Skarda, Connie Delta Delta Delta 316 487 Skillern, Gary Pi Kappa Alpha 316 Skinner, Jack Alpha Gamma Rho 316 Skinner, Susie Razorback 298 Skokos, Doug Off Campus 298 Skomski, Kathy Futrall 316 Slaughter, Bradley Alpha Kappa Lambda 338 Sloan, Cyndy Kappa Kappa Gamma 298 Slocomb, John Pi Kappa Alpha 316 Slone, Don E. Off Campus 338 Slone, Sherri Off Campus 360 Smiley, Denise Off Campus 298 Smith, Anna Nadine Razorback 298 Smith, Barby Humphreys 338 Smith, Barry P. Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Smith, Boyd Yocum 360 Smith, Cathy Humphreys 298 Smith, Cindy Humphreys 360 Smith, Craig Phi Delta Theta 338 Smith, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon 360 Smith, Debra Fulbright 360 Smith, Denise Razorback 298 Smith, Dwight Phi Delta Theta 360 Smith, Elaine Delta Gamma 316 Smith, Fay Pi Beta Phi 338 Smith, Greg Pomfret 360 Smith, Greg Hotz 360 Smith, Harvey Sigma Nu 298 Smith, Jan Pi Beta Phi 316 Smith, John P. Alpha Gamma Rho 360 Smith, Julie Delta Delta Delta 338 Smith, Kathy Pi Beta Phi 338 Smith, Marc Alpha Kappa Lambda 361 Smith, Mark Owen Yocum 361 Smith, Marsha Alpha Chi Omega 298 Smith, Marsha M. Off Campus 316 Smith, Meredith Off Campus 316 Smith, Michael B. Kappa Sigma 298 Smith, Mike Sigma Chi 361 Smith, Mike Sigma Chi 361 Smith, Nancy Kappa Kappa Gamma 298 Smith, Naomi Off Campus 316 Smith, Roger G. Lambda Chi Alpha 298 Smith, Rosemary Kappa Kappa Gamma 299 Smith, Sherry Zeta Tau Alpha 316 Smith, Teensy Kappa Kappa Gamma 299 Smithson, Nina Off Campus 361 Snipes, Gail Zeta Tau Alpha 299 Snipes, Millie Zeta Tau Alpha 316 Snowden, Ann Chi Omega 316 Snyder, Cliff Farmhouse 299 Snyder, Margee Kappa Alpha Theta 338 Snyder, Robert Pomfret 299 Sokora, John Sigma Nu 361 Soloman, Julie Alpha Delta Pi 316 488 Sonstegaard, Judi Fulbright Spahn, Marilyn Reid Sparks, Melinda Ann Off Campus Sparks, Tommye Humphreys Sparrow, Sharon Kaye Fulbright Spears, Martin Hotz Speck, John E. Sigma Chi Speer, Paul Sigma Alpha Epsilon Spencer, Gary Off Campus Spencer, James Lambda Chi Alpha Sperry, Holly Humphreys Spicer, Jeanie Futrall Springston, Regena Off Campus Sprouse, David Off Campus Staats, Lindy Alpha Chi Omega Stacy, Joe William Delta Upsilon Stafford, Bill Off Campus Staggs, Bill R. Off Campus Stallard, Cathy Off Campus Standridge, Gary D. Off Campus Stanton, Patrick Lee Off Campus Staples, Betty Futrall Starkey, Carla Off Campus Starks, Ricky Phi Delta Theta Stathakis, Sam Lambda Chi Alpha St. Clair, Roy Reid Steckel, David Off Campus Steele, Mark Off Campus Stellman, Mike Yocum Stephans, Debbie Reid Stephens, Ruth Humphreys Stephlet, Michael Phi Gamma Delta Sterling, Sue Fulbright Stevens, Diane Delta Gamma Stevens, Gini Off Campus Stevens, Nuel Sigma Pi Stewart, Ginny Off Campus Stewart, Kenneth Phi Delta Theta Stewart, Mike Off Campus Stewart, Sherri Pi Beta Phi Stewart, Vanessa Humphreys Stidham, Gregory R. Sigma Chi Stiles, Patti Chi Omega Stobaugh, Christie Kappa Kappa Gamma Stobaugh, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon Stobaugh, Mary Pi Beta Phi Stobaugh, Mike Phi Delta Theta Stobaugh, Richie Phi Delta Theta Stockburger, Debby Off Campus Stocker, Jeff Sigma Alpha Epsilon Stoltz, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon Stone, Emily Fulbright Stone, Karen Futrall Stoneman, Cary Pomfret Storey, Galdys Sue Off Campus Storms, Penny Off Campus Sorvall, Nancy Fulbright Strahan, Nickey Hotz 399 Strong, Pam Zeta Tau Alpha 339 Stuckey, Baylus Zeta Tau Alpha 317 Stuckey, Beth Pi Beta Phi 339 Stuckey, Samuel H. Phi Delta Theta 339 Studurds, Sherry Futrall 339 Stultz, Sara Pi Beta Phi 339 Sturtevant, Leslie Fulbright 362 Sugg, Deanna Futrall 317 Suit, Jack A. Off Campus 299 Sulcer, Susanne Chi Omega 317 Sullivan, Debbie Fulbright 317 Sullivan, Sheri Zeta Tau Alpha 299 Sullivan, Steve Holcombe 340 Summerford, James A. Theta Tau 340 Summerford, Joe Kappa Sigma 340 Summers, Homer Lambda Chi Alpha 340 Summers, Pam Delta Gamma 299 Swafford, Lois Alpha Chi Omega 317 Swaim, Lisa Ann Alpha Delta Pi 340 Swaim, Margaret Reid 362 Swaim, Tracy Sigma Phi Epsilon 317 Swain, Sarah Delta Gamma 317 Swales, Karen Off Campus 362 Swan, Mike Off Campus 340 Swann, Janet Fulbright 362 Swearingen, Acey Phi Gamma Delta 299 Swearingen, Jim Off Campus 299 Sweat, Vickie Off Campus 317 Swim, Janet Razorback 340 361 338 316 338 361 338 361 317 299 361 338 361 317 299 317 338 338 299 317 299 317 338 317 299 317 317 299 299 399 299 317 339 362 339 317 299 299 317 299 399 299 299 299 339 317 317 299 362 362 339 362 362 299 362 299 299 362 489 Swindell, Cynthia Off Campus 299 Swink, Douglas Yocum 362 Swink, Greg Yocum 362 Sykes, V. Lealand Alpha K appa Lambda 340 Sykes, Richard Pomfret 362 ttttttttttttttttttttt Tacker, Phil Farmhouse 362 Tajeri, Tholan Reza Off Campus 340 Talbot, Jan Humphreys 312 Tallent, June Pomfret 299 Talbot, Susie Delta Gamma 317 Tanner, Fred Kappa Sigma 299 Tappan, Charlie Sigma Alpha Epsilon 317 Tarkington, Andy Pomfret 362 Tate, Susie Reid 317 Tatman, Leslie Chi Omega 340 Taylor, Alison Pi Beta Phi 317 Taylor, Clay Off Campus 340 Taylor, Deborah Off Campus 299 Taylor, Julia Alpha Chi Omega 317 Taylor, Ken Lambda Chi Alpha 340 Teafor, Ann Delta Delta Delta 317 Templeton, Joe Yocum 362 Tenney, Dinda Humphreys 340 Tennis, Harold James Pomfret 299 Terai, Mike Lambda Chi Alpha 317 Terrill, Richard Off Campus 299 Terry, Ann Chi Omega 317 Terry, Doug Kappa Sigma 362 Terry, Danny E. Sigma Pi 341 Terry, Steven Off Campus 341 Texter, Tricia Humphreys 362 Thalgott, Dee Kappa Kappa Gamma 317 Thaxton, Mart Phi Delta Theta 341 Thomas, Cindy Off Campus 362 Thomas, Danny Phi Gamma Delta 362 Thomas, Herbert Sigma Chi 341 Thomas, Roxanne L. Alpha Delta Pi 317 Thomason, Lisa Alpha Delta Pi 317 Thomason, Martin Yocum 317 Thomason, Patrick J. Kappa Sigma 341 Thompson, Dana J. Kappa Alpha 299 Thompson, Davis Holcombe 299 Thompson, Deborah Delta Gamma 317 Thompson, Donna Four-H 317 Thompson, John Holcombe 317 Thompson, Marshall R. Phi Delta Theta 362 Thompson, Patricia Humphreys 362 Thompson, Ruth Ann Off Campus 317 Thompson, Tess Fulbright 362 Thornhill, Claudia Alpha Delta Pi 299 Threlkeld, Douglas Alpha Gamma Rho 299 Thweatt, Steve Sigma Chi 362 Tiemann, Susan Alpha Delta Pi 341 Tillary, Libby Humphreys 341 Tilley, Jim Hotz 341 Todd, Barry Off Campus 341 Toler, Steven Phi Delta Theta 317 Toler, Ronnie Sigma Nu 341 Tolley, Talona Phi Gamma Delta 299 Tompton, J. Drew Sigma Alpha Epsilon 362 Torrence, Carolyn Fulbright 362 Tortorich, Susanne Chi Omega 341 Townley, Judy Fulbright 341 Traband, John Wilson Sharp 341 Trace, Barb Alpha Delta Pi 317 Traeger, Loren Howard Sigma Nu 341 Trantham, E. Clark Pomfret 341 Traylor, Elizabeth Zeta Tau Alpha 317 Traylor, Teresa Zeta Tau Alpha 299 Treadway, Douglas Edward Off Campus 299 Treadway, Julie Off Campus 317 Tribulak, John Farmhouse 362 Trimble, Janan Humphreys 362 Triplett, Kay Four-H 362 Triplett, Thomas Yocum 299 Trizza, Deena Fulbright 362 Trosper, David Lambda Chi Alpha 362 Troth, Mark Lambda Chi Alpha 341 Trotter, Nancy Humphreys 362 Trout, Kenneth Off Campus 299 Tubb, Susan Off Campus 299 Tucker, Alden Kappa Kappa Gamma 299 490 Tucker, Connie Delta Gamma Tucker, David Hotz Tucker, Dee L. Sigma Chi Tucker, Mary E. Off Campus Tucker, Mike Pi Kappa Alpha Tucker, Robert Sigma Nu Tull, Lynn Off Campus Tumilty, Becky Delta Gamma Turner, Janice L. Off Campus Turner, Jeanie Alpha Chi Omega Turner, Margaret Elizabeth Pomfret Turnage, Ron Off Campus Turner, Sue Ann Off Campus Turner, Tommie Kappa Kappa Gamma Tuttle, Holly Kappa Alpha Theta Twist, Randy S. Sigma Phi Epsilon Tyler, Cindy Zeta Tau Alpha uuuuuuuuuuuu Udouj, Debbie Alpha Chi Omega Uhlis, Debby Off Campus Ulmer, Lori Kappa Kappa Gamma Underwood, Arch Kappa Sigma Upchurch, Fenner Alpha Chi Omega Usdin, Alice Humphreys Usher, Sammy Lambda Chi Alpha Utley, Carol Delta Delta Delta vvvvvvvvvvvvv Vadnais, Bobbie Fulbright Vail, Doug Alpha Gamma Rho Vanderboom, Jane Off Campus Van De Wiele, Terri Humphreys Van Ert, Jill Pi Beta Phi Vangilder, Nancy Fulbright Van Horn, Dan Kappa Sigma Van Ness, Carol Chi Omega Van Ness, Lewis Sigma Nu Van Vebber, David Phi Delta Theta Vanzant, Vicki Chi Omega Vaughn, Sharon Fulbright Vaught, Katherine Zeta Tau Alpha Vaught, Kim Kappa Kappa Gamma Vest, Deborah Zeta Tau Alpha Vestal, Joe Alpha Gamma Rho Vestal, Mickey Fulbright Vester, Jane Off Campus Vickers, Ken Yocum Vigneault, J. J. Kappa Sigma Vincent, Rick Yocum Vines, Connie Off Campus Vines, Mike Off Campus Vint, Robert Lambda Chi Alpha Volk, Carol Humphreys Vondran, Juan Alpha Gamma Rho Von Hatten, Cathy Futrall 341 Vorsanger, Bruce F. Sigma Chi 363 Voss, Marsha Fulbright 363 wwwwwwwwww Wacaster, Charles Off Campus 341 Wages, Janet Off Campus 341 Wagner, Mark Lee Pomfret 318 Waits, Lyndal M. Holcombe 301 Waldrip, Mark Alpha Gamma Rho 341 Walker, Cathie Kappa Kappa Gamma 318 Walker, Diana Off Campus 318 Walker, Greg Kappa Sigma 318 Walker, John Alpha Kappa Lambda 341 Walker, Luara J. Off Campus 301 Walker, Sheroll Off Campus 301 Walker, Teresa Humphreys 341 Wallace, Jan Delta Delta Delta 301 Wallace, Jerrel Holcombe 301 Wallace, Roy Pomfret 341 Wallin, Robert Sigma Alpha Epsilon 363 Walls, Bobbye Off Campus 301 Walsh, Ben Sigma Chi 318 Walsh, Tricia Zeta Tau Alpha 301 Walters, Caroline Futrall 363 Wann, Karen Kappa Kappa Gamma 341 Ward, Bryan A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 341 317 341 341 299 317 317 299 341 300 341 317 300 200 300 317 341 318 U 318 318 300 362 300 362 362 341 V 341 362 362 318 318 362 300 300 362 362 341 362 341 318 341 300 362 363 318 341 363 318 300 363 300 363 491 Ward, Jimmy Joe Alpha Kappa Lambda 318 Ward, Karen Off Campus 301 Ward, Lesa Chi Omega 318 Ward, Lisa Fulbright 341 Ward, Mike Off Campus 301 Ward, Terry Alpha Delta Pi 318 Warren, Ann Off Campus 318 Warren, David G. Yocum 363 Warner, Sarah W. Kappa Alpha Theta 301 Warringer, Don Lambda Chi Alpha 341 Wassell, Gayle Pi Beta Phi 301 Wasson, Joe Gregson 341 Wassell, Lisa Humphreys 341 Watson, Bobby Mike Hotz 363 Watson, Hugh P. Yocum 363 Watson, Judy Off Campus 301 Watson, Karen Chi Omega 319 Watson, Linda Sue Alpha Delta Pi 341 Watson, Patty Alpha Delta Pi 301 Watson, Reba Razorback 301 Watson, Rob Sigma Alpha Epsilon 307 Watts, Richard Pi Kappa Alpha 319 Watts, Susan Pi Beta Phi 319 Wayne, Robert Lambda Chi Alpha 364 Weatherbee, Elna Kappa Alpha Theta 301 Weaver, Dewey F. Sigma Phi Epsilon 341 Weaver, Douglas W. Sigma Chi 364 Weaver, Jackie Humphreys 364 Weaver, Mary Lee Fulbright 301 Weaver, Rebecca Pomfret 301 Weaver, Rhona Joy Zeta Tau Alpha 341 Weaver, Sandra Delta Delta Delta 342 Webb, Kathleen Four-H 301 Webb, Keith Sigma Alpha Epsilon 364 Webb, Linda Futrall 342 Webb, Martha Ann Futrall 301 Webb, Roy Timothy Off Campus 319 Webb, Terri Lee Kappa Kappa Gamma 319 Webb, Roy Timothy Off Campus 319 Weber, Bill Yocum 319 Webster, Chuck Sigma Nu 319 Wedman, Julia Pomfret 364 Weindorf, Marilyn Fulbright 364 Weir, Jim Phi Delta Theta 342 Weiss, Tina Futrall 319 Welch, Becky Kappa Alpha Theta 301 Welch, Deanna Off Campus 301 Welch, Ewell Off Campus 301 Welch, Jimmy Sigma Nu 342 Wells, Stanley Pomfret 301 Welytok, Mark Sigma Chi 301 Wernick, Linda Humphreys 364 Wesson, Julie Delta Gamma 342 West, Rebecca Fulbright 364 Westbrook, Ben Off Campus 301 Westbrook, Janie Chi Omega 319 Westerfield, Lara Fulbright 364 Westfall, Paul Farmhouse 319 Westfall, Terry Off Campus 301 Wetherspoon, Alycya Delta Sigma Theta 301 Wheat, David Collier William 364 Wheeler, Joy Reid 319 Wheelis, Kay Off Campus 301 Wheejis, Wayne Yocum 364 Whitaker, David Off Campus 319 Whitaker, Donna Off Campus 319 White, Betty J. Off Campus 301 White, Charles Holcombe 364 White, Chuck Lambda Chi Alpha 364 White, Can Sigma Alpha Epsilon 301 White, Kathy L. Kappa Kappa Gamma 301 White, Linda Off Campus 303 White, Randy Yocum 342 White, Susie Kappa Kappa Gamma 301 Whiteway, Ralph Off Campus 301 Whitlow, James Farmhouse 342 Wicker, Lisa Humphreys 364 Widdows, Gae Fulbright 319 Wiggins, William Phi Gamma Delta 319 Wilcox, Steve Yocum 319 Wilder, Beth Humphrey 364 Wilder, Kathy Fulbright 301 Wildy, David D. Alpha Gamma Rho 301 Wiley, Gary Sigma Nu 319 492 Wilhite, Randy Off Campus Wilkerson, Dan Off Campus Wilkerson, Dave Sigma Chi Wilkins, Alan Yocum Wilkins, Kay Alpha Delta Pi Wilks, Gary Alpha Kappa Lambda Wilks, Regina Off Campus Willbanks, Susan Zeta Tau Alpha Willbanks, James Phi Delta Theta Willey, Beverly Humphreys Williams, Albert Sigma Chi Williams, Andrea Fulbright Williams, Anita Faye Delta Sigma Theta Williams, Christopher Off Campus Williams, David Off Campus Williams, David H. Off Campus Williams, Donna Fulbright Williams, Dwight Off Campus Williams, Gayle Futrall Williams, Jim Sigma Alpha Epsilon Williams, Linda Humphreys Williams, Phil Hotz Williams, Robin Fulbright Williams, Scott Sigma Alpha Epsilon Williams, Susan Off Campus Williams, Wayne Yocum Williamson, Rick Alpha Kappa Lambda Willis, Fail Humphreys Willman, Libby Humphreys Wilmoth, Tommy Gregson Wilson, Candes Off Campus Wilson, Craig S. Yocum Wilson, David Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wilson, Gary Pomfret Wilson, Judy Alpha Chi Omega Wilson, Jwan Fulbright Wilson, Kenneth Kappa Sigma Wilson, K. K. Chi Omega Wilson, Lowell Off Campus Wilson, Rhonda Futrall Wilson, Spann Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wilson, Terry Delta Upsilon Wilson, Sandra Off Campus Windle, D. W. Sigma Phi Epsilon Winer, Georgia Pomfret Wingfield, Keith Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wingfield, William Hotz Winter, Rolaine Off Campus Wise, John Alpha Kappa Lambda Witherspoon, John Phi Delta Theta Wittner, Leon Off Campus Wolf, Angie Razorback Wolff, Ellison Alpha Kappa Lambda Wolford, Bill Yocum Wood, Allison Pi Beta Phi Wood, Ava Off Campus Wood, Cynthia Futrall 319 Wood, Danny Yocum 364 Wood, Ken Phi Delta Theta 302 Wood, Robert Phi Gamma Delta 319 Wood, Scott Off Campus 302 Wood, Viki Pomfret 343 Woodard, Stephanie Humphreys 343 Woodruff, Connie Kappa Kappa Gamma 343 Woods, Gene Hotz 343 Woodward, Reid Kappa Sigma 319 Woody, Dennis Sigma Nu 319 Wooley, Jerry Alpha Gamma Rho 302 Word, Dianne Off Campus 319 Workman, Brad Sigma Alpha Epsilon 343 Worley, Alice Humphreys 343 Wren, Robin Kappa Kappa Gamma 302 Wright, Anne Fulbright 364 Wright, Charles Pi Kappa Alpha 364 Wright, David M. Sigma Phi Epsilon 343 Wright, Gary Alpha Kappa Lambda 364 Wright, Marjorie Futrall 364 Wright, Mark Sigma Nu 364 Wright, Patricia Humphreys 343 yyyyyyyyyyyyyy Yakley, Kenneth Hotz 302 Yarbrough, Cathy Kappa Kappa Gamma 319 Yarbrough, Chuck Lambda Chi Alpha 302 Yarbrough, Ruth Off Campus 302 Yarborough, Tim Alpha Kappa Lambda 319 Yarnell, Tom Gregson 302 Yates, Reggie Alpha Gamma Rho 343 Yee, Joe Off Campus 302 Yee, Tony Off Campus 320 Yocham, Bronwyn Pomfret 364 Yoder, Douglas Wilson Sharp 320 York, John Hotz 364 Young, Alese Fulbright 302 Young, C. Buck Sigma Chi 302 Young, Charlie Sigma Pi 302 Young, Jane Off Campus 302 Young, Susan Four-H 343 zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Zachry, Earl Yocum 320 Zebrowski, Lauren Kappa Kappa Gamma 320 Zeh, Carlene Zeta Tau Alpha 320 Zenor, Becky Alpha Delta Pi 320 Zike, Patricia Alpha Chi Omega 320 Zimmerman, Rick Lambda Chi Alpha 302 Zimpel, John Delta Upsilon 320 Zini, Mark Sigma Alpha Epsilon 320 Ziser, Mark Zeta Tau Alpha 320 Zulpo, Linda Off Campus 320 Zwayer, Nancy Pi Beta Phi 343 319 319 301 364 319 343 364 301 343 364 364 364 301 319 301 319 364 343 364 301 343 364 301 301 301 364 343 364 364 364 301 343 301 343 301 302 302 319 302 343 302 302 319 319 364 319 319 302 364 343 302 319 319 364 319 319 493 Specifications 1975 RAZORBACK Volume 78 of the Arkansas RAZORBACK Offset Lithography by the Hurley Co. Camden, Arkansas Press Run: 2500 copies 496 pages Size: 9 " x 12 " Paper: Warren ' s 801b. Lustro Gloss Cover: 175 point collegiate board, cover material shoe grain black fabricoid, with two applied colors on silkscreen design Cover design by Steve Maxwell, American Yearbook Company Cover produced by Universal Bindery, San Antonio, Texas Type:body copy set in 10 pt. Palatino bold and regular head copy set in Palatino Bold, Avant Garde, Visa Portraits by Stevens Studio, Bangor, Maine Budget as presented to Board of Publications $46,500 Credits Page 1 photography by Steve Keesee Page 22 photo courtesy of KATV 7 Copy Pages 23, 44-49, 50-53, 54-57, 58-59, 74, 96, 210, by Connie Karnes Pages 60-63, 72, 396, 397, by Elaine Smith Pages 67, 76, 90, 166, 170, by Lynn Harris Pages 78, 172, 176, 368, 371, all sports copy, by Rodney Glidewell Pages 94, 95 by Joyce Melton Photos Pages 40, 41, 45-48, 162, 165, 170, 171, 207, 232, 233, 242-245 368, 371, sports photos, by Jim Sutherland Pages 4, 190-193, 227, 50-57, 90, 91, 395 by Art Meripol Pages 6, 7, 29, 78, 79, 88, 89, 396, 397, 365 by Dave Speer Pages 17, 226, 228, 229, 392, 393, by Fred Fultineer Pages 16, 86, 87, 64, 65, 388, 389, by Bryce Swindler Pages 112, 114, 116, 118, 120, 122, by Ted Allder Pages 12, 14, 21, 66, 82, 83, Beauty sketches, by Jim Borden Pages 93, by Wayne Fielding Pages Basketball, Don Cowan Pages 390, 391, Mike Neal Page 1, Steve Keesee Page 22, courtesy KATV 7 All other copy and photos by RAZORBACK staff writers and photographers Layout by Betty Tucker, Joyce Melton, and Connie Karnes 494 Betty Tucker, Editor Jim Sutherland, Chief Photographer Connie Kames, Copy Editor Joyce Melton, Executive Secretary Connie Tucker, Business Manager Rodney Glidew ell, Sports Editor Elaine Smith, Writer Dennis Scott, American Yearbook Co. Tom Walker, Hurley Co. Lynn Harris, Writer The Hurley Co., publishers Steve Maxwell, great ideas Seebs, Moral Support Art Meripol, Photographer Ted Allder, Photographer Jim Borden, Photographer Don Cowan, Photographer David Speer, Photographer Fred Fultineer, Photographer Linda and Rebecca Bryce Swindler, Photographer Bill Curl, Sports Info. Kazoo, Photographer Parti, parties Jack Rinnert, UABusiness Manager Dennis Chappell, money watcher Boyce McClain, Hurley Co. Marilynn Mosely, BOP Bob Barnes, moral support Wayne Fielding, Photographer Nancy Jacobi, Writer Rick Terrill, Advertising Ed Eanes, Universal Bindery Bruce Wesson, ART DEPT. Dennis Paine, fancy artwork 1973 SAVITAR, Ideas 1973 GAMECOCK, Ideas Val Steve Ollove Tena and LeAnn, STEVENS photog¬ raphers Jerry Lawson, ASG president Gorton Hitte, " RAZORBACK Beauty ' ' Cindy, Reid Ra Neil McDonald, Student Senate Joe Manning, Student Senate Candy Williamson and Poppy Mom and Dad Tucker Karen Gasbarre, ASG office secretary Ruthie and Julia Mike Neal, Photographer I par inq rncxjqnrs The year is almost over. The book is finished. It almost died but we pulled it through — for another year. Tradi¬ tion is suddenly a dirty word and the RAZORBACK represents tradition. But tradition is history and history must be preserved. This is a history book. We didn ' t attempt to cover every bit of news that came our way. The TRAVELER did that. We took the biggest issues, the most memorable events, and recorded them with words and pictures. The people who don ' t care, the nearsigh¬ ted administrators, they ' re in here, too. They want no part of tradition, but they are part of the university community and they belong whether they like it or not. This book is dedicated to them. They made us more aware of our strengths and responsibilities. The staff worked hard, and we did it for you. Connie Karnes, as copy editor, did a superb job corralling our writers and pulling their stories into shape. She did a pretty good job of writing her own stories as well. Connie Tucker, as business manager kept us laughing all year. She also did a good job of messing up the Business Office. She knew what she was talking about, but nobody else did. Jim Sutherland thought we would have trouble keep¬ ing the quality of photographs as high as in past re¬ gimes. But he and all the photographers worked long and hard, and their work paid off. The photography was strong and well done. Joyce Melton carried a real load. She was ASG secre¬ tary plus 20 other things. But she always manag ed to get her work done over here, and without complaint. She always took on jobs no one else would do. The writers ' made ' the book. Rodney Glidewell was always on the run either tracking down sports stories or pestering Sports Info for names and scores. Lynn Harris was the livewire who had the courage and the wit to write down anything that came to his mind. Elaine Smith, besides being a talented news writer, was never too busy to take on an assignment. Thanks are in order to Tom Walker, our plant rep¬ resentative. He allowed us to go our own way, but step¬ ped in without stepping on toes when we needed help. Two people must be recognized for their friendship and understanding; Dennis Scott and Steve Maxwell, from American Yearbook Company. They guided us, laughed with us, and came to our rescue whenever we needed help. They enabled us to put out the best book we were capable of. One last word. This is your yearbook. It belongs to you and you alone. You are the University of Arkansas. Stand by us if you believe in us. Try to destroy us if you feel you must. But give future staffs the opportunity to work with you and give you the quality yearbook you feel you deserve. 1976 496 CAMDEN ARKANSAS
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