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ill L. STRANG Editor JEFF BROWNE Badness Ma RAZORBACK 5 6 Razorback Razorback 7 12 Razorback Razorback 13 14 Razorback Razorback 15 16 Razorback Razorback 17 18 Razorback Razorback 19 c Paul L. Strang 1979 20 Razorback Razorback 21 22 Razorback Razorback 23 24 Razoroack Razorback 25 26 Razorback Razorback 27 28 Razorback 30 Razorback fjicfas ,cKo ry Smoke Sauce stard, Pickle ftiion p «CKeesc 1% necic Bmger 1 Ticket A ag of Pottttoe Chi ps Razorback 31 32 Razorback irriii Razorback 33 34 Razorback Razorback 35 36 Razorback Razorback 37 MMSllit. ' U.l.k fl T up Students’ cars lined the loopholes to beat Frank’s highways in the hot August sun system, as they returned from their The September 11 issue of carefree summers to face the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED became “same old grind” of college life, a collector’s item in Arkansas Parents of freshmen sorority with a picture of Ron Calcagni, hopefuls delivered their “babies” Ben Cowins and Lou Holtz on to Fulbright and left them crying the cover. The magazine picked and waving goodbye. RAs in all the Hogs No. 1 in the nation, the dorms were kept busy trying putting pressure on the to satisfy complaints and hang- Razorbacks, A 48-17 trampling ups about roommates, wall color of Vanderbilt in the season- and next-door neighbors. opener added to the excitement. Fraternities on campus conducted an open-house type of closed rush instead of the ' mk traditional group method. It was a slightly different story for Iffi ’ -J NSf sororities. Quotas were raised for |S r l " ' ; _ ’kB all sororities, but there still " .. ' Skv, weren’t enough bids to satisfy ft f the approximately 700 rushees. K ilwft HVr ' Fraternity members lined Maple L Street with binoculars and cameras in hand trying to £ “scope out the new crop.” Tears of joy and sorrow filled freshmen girls’ eyes as so me raced down 1 usual pains in the @$, not to ' ' 1 mention classes. Drop add and v - ' vj L| j r ’ » confused freshmen characterized X worsened when over 14,000 students registered for classes. The Best ot the Second Fayetteville motels were the living Annual New York Erotic Film quarters for many students Festival was shown in the Union temporarily. Along with these Theater and sparks flew from increased numbers came a President Charles Bishop’s office, worsening traffic problem and an A ban on erotic films being increase in towing cars. shown at the Union was Students finally settled down immediately announced by with their books or their drinks or Bishop, with somebody else and started the old semester routine. Uppermost in students’ minds was the controversial ticket policy. Having to pay half-price for a ticket with the best seats given on the seniority system burned most students up, but they paid and looked for Hogmania peaked with Beat Texas Week activities. Cardinal Key sold “Texas Bite” T-shirts in the Union, the traditional bonfire blazed brightly and Holtz promised victory at a spirit¬ building pep rally. The Hogs got off to a great start in the nationally-televised game with an 80-yard touchdown drive in the opening minutes. However, after the final second had ticked off the clock, the scoreboard showed the Razorbacks had come up on the short end against the Longhorns once again. Arkansas took another beating the next weekend at Houston, burying hopes of that No. 1 ranking. Practically the entire state of Arkansas tuned in to the Johnny Carson Show to watch Holtz’ guest appearance. Lou charmed the audience with his one-liners and stories and climaxed the evening with his famous magic newspaper trick. Iranian students who demonstrated against the Shah typified student unrest. Dormies for all U of A cajus. The Year Phi Mu soroity. U of A students had to cope with more long lines when basketball ticket time rolled around. Students brought their books, cards, sleeping bags, etc. in order to get seats in the newly renovated Barnhaill Arena. Widespread fear of losing Lou Holtz set in when Ohio State coach Woody Hays was fired for his conduct in the Gator Bowl. Lou announced his intentions to stay at Arkansas, and fears slowly subsided. Dr. Bishop became very unpopular with students for announcing that classes would not be cancelled for snow or ice this year. Registration and deadlines had to be extended due to the inability of so many students to make it back up to Fayetteville because the icy roads. Yes, the infirmary was “where it’s all at” this winter due to the snow and ice related injuries. Ice storms caused a spectacular winter scene on campus, but it soon grew old. Fear of continued snow and ice was abundant when the groundhog saw his shadow. The Razorbacks started the basketball season unranked and with losses to the Russians and Athletes in Action in exhibition games. Few observers gave the youthful Hogs a chance at repeating the previous year’s success. However, behind the leadership of Sidney Moncrief, the Razorbacks slam-dunked their way up to the No. 2 slot in the national rankings. Following a midseason slump, Arkansas broke a 25-game Loghorn winning streak in Austin with a 68 — 58 triumph in the Super Drum. The Hogs tied Texas for the SWC regular season title and nipped the ‘Horns for the championship of the postseason tournament. The PENTHOUSE magazine Pet of the Month for May made a promotional appearance at White Dog at approximately the same time that Arthur Knight spoke on “American Values: A History of Sex in Cinema” in the Science-Engineering Auditorium. The Razorbacks were in the limelight again when they beat Texas A M in a regionally televised game. Upon winning the game, representatives from underwent changes. The bell in the north tower of Old Main was declared silenced forever due to °|d age. The director of the physical plant announced that construction of senior wald would resume following the recent three-year delay. Talk of electing a new president for the university was indled when Michigan State announced that Bishop was one of four candidates for the presidential position in East Lansing, Michigan. However, ' shop said he had no intentions of leaving and thus was not selected. Fiesta Bowl offered Lou and the Hogs a bid, which was gladly accepted. The Hogs were favored over UCLA, but had to settle for a disappointing 10-10 tie. The absence for Forrest and Bobo due to the alleged Wlison- Sharp rape incident may have hurt the Razorbacks in their pursuit of the win. Phi Kappa Psi formed a colony on the U of A campus, thus adding another fraternity to the slowly expanding Greek system. The U of A chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, a national black fraternity, received its official chapter as did the new got quite upset later in the year when the Arkansas House of Representatives suddenly approved Bill 1064. The bill would have incorporated a closed-dorm policy at all state- _ supported institutions of higher learning. Students banded together, voiced their firm opinion and breathed a sigh of relief when the Senate rejected the proposal. Two very old U Indiana State kept the Razorbacks from a second consecutive trip to the NCAA Final Four with a narrow win in the Midwest Regional finals. Moncrief was named the Southwest Conference player of the year and was selected to several All-America teams. Chi Omega was the center of Attraction for a week when LIFE magazine did a feature story on the mother chapter here at the U of A. Functions, serenades, and initiation ceremonies were just a few of the activities to be written about at the ChiO house. The Zeta Tau Alphas also had something to celebrate when the chapter recognized it’s 75th anniversary here at the U of A. Union programs appealed to the students’ many interests by sponsoring concerts and speakers. Julian Bond, Bella Abzug, the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Willie Nelson and Leon Russell were some of the entertainment provided throughout the year. Kreskin mystified another audience in the Union Ballroom and kept his offer open to reward anybody a great sum of money who could prove that he was a fake. Kappa Kappa Gamma was certainly proud of Janet Holman, who won the Miss University of Arkansas pagent. Mary Ann Tilley, also of Kappa Kappa Gamma, was the winner of the Sorority Pledge Queen contest earlier in the year. A summer job fair was sponsored by the Career Planning and Placement Office and the AU Symposium Committee to help students in Desperate search for summer jobs. Elections for ASG offices were held with the expected run-offs for three positions. Campaign promises and literature were abundantly aimed at the apathetic student. Greek parties again were in the students ' eyes with Phi Delt’s Viking Party, Sig Ep’s S.O.B. (South of the Border), Lambda Chi’s Bahama Mama, and Pikefest. Various other greek activities included Sigma Nu The Year dive into final exams. Spring football practice along with the Red-White schrimmages, a successful baseball season, and the Hogeye Marathon were the major athletic events of the last two months. Drop sheets, degree checks, graduation, and last goodbyes to college buddies signaled the end of another year at the good ole U of A. For most students it was a time to reflect back on the great athletic accomplishments of the Razorbacks along with the parties, the laughs, the tests, the tears: the memories of another great year gone by. Relays, Sigma Chi Derby Day, Kappa Sig’s Island Orgy, and Fiji Island. The fraternities weren ' t the only ones giving parties though as was demonstrated by Delta Gamma and Chi Omega, just to mention a couple. The latter were just by invitation only, of course. Twenty-three select students received the chance to have their very own picture and write-up in the RAZORBACK by being important enough to be selected for Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Phi Beta Kappa picked thirty-nine of the sharpest students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Activities started dropping off as the University prepared to The Year 41 Another record enrollment occurred in summer school. All-American Lance Allworth became the first AFL player to be inducted into the Football Hall of Fame. Pope Paul VI, after serving fifteen years as the 262nd pope, died and was replaced by Pope John Paul Three balloonists from Arizona became the first to cross the Atlantic after landing just outside of Paris. The deadline for exchanging receipts for football tickets greeted students returning for orientation, registration, and the first day of classes. Arkansas football was ranked second in the nation in the first Associated Press Top Twenty Poll with Alabama taking the number one position. Another successful rush week ended with the traditional marathon of happy, crying pledges. W ' .r " " " ■ liiSil ilii 1 ' ■ - MrfA. W- " 3Ea M The U of A tennis team competed successfully in the USTA national tournaments in New Jersey. Construction work at the Maple and Garland intersection brought mad drivers and sometimes long lines of cars. Craig Edmonston replaced Ralph Phelps as Director of Intramurals. Airborne performed in the Union plaza during the hectic first day of school. Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta were popular movie favorites when GREASE hit Fayetteville theaters. 42 Calendar SEPTEMBER U of A President Bishop approved a policy banning the showing of erotic films at the Arkansas Union Theater. Twenty-eight members of the University Army ROTC Razorback Brigade ran the Arkansas-Texas game ball from the capital in Little Rock to Memorial Stadium in Austin. Angela Hyer, the PENTHOUSE magazine Pet of the Month for May 1978, made a promotional appearance at White Dog for the store’s first anniversary sale. No-commercial television arrived in Fayetteville with the premier of Fanfare, offered by Warner Cable. The U.S. Senate passed a bill extending the ratification period of the Equal Rights Amendment by more than three years. The U of A Reader’s Theater opened its fall season with the presentation of “Dear Mom” in the Communications Center. A former AII-SWC defensive back for the Razorbacks was arrested by DPS officers for lowering his gym shorts twice while jogging on Stadium Drive. Bella Abzug, one of the authors of the Equal Rights Amendment, made an appearance in Fayetteville to speak on the subject. The Lady Razorbacks posted victories in swimming and running competitions. Famed guitarist Leo Kottke performed a variety of favorite tunes to a sell-out crowd of 800 in the UA Ballroom. Hogs were rootin’ and chickens were squawkin’ as Sigma Nu and Sadie were at the top of most students’ party lists. The New York Post published for the first time in 57 days while other papers remained on strike. Pope John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope in 455 years, was elected in Rome after the death of John Paul I. Beat Texas Week ended on a sad note with the Razorbacks losing to Texas 28-21 in a close game in Austin. NOVEMBER DECEMBER A students ranked prades and parking as their t0 P problems in a poll conducted by the traveler. Mark Anderson led the cross country team to their fifth consecutive SWC crown. University’s Board of ru stees unanimously Passed a resolution opposing Arkansas constitutional Amendment which called for the xemption of state sales tax drugs° an ° ' P rescr ' Ph° n S° c h Lou Holtz dazzled the s u dio and television audience with his magic ewspaper trick when he PPeared on the Johnny Oar son show. Oh i Wo m an of nail ot” was presented by ne University Theatre. Louisiana’s Le Roux provided a respite from disco with a performance at the Rink. Approximately 70 Iranian students protested against the Shah in front of the Union and on Dickson Street. Ellen Perry, nation career consultant, spoke on “Guerrila Tactics in the Job Market” in the Union Ballroom. Six coeds were selected RAZORBACK Beauties from the sixty-eight who applied. UA President Charles Bishop was among four final candidates for the presidency of Michigan State University in Lansing, but he was not selected. Dan Hampton and Jimmy Walker were selected first team All-Americans. Twenty-three U of A students were selected for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. The Razorbacks beat Texas A M in a televised game in Little Rock and won a bid to the Fiesta Bowl. Arkansas and UCLA battled to a 10-10 tie in the Fiesta Bowl on Christmas Day. Students camped out in front of the North End Zone Complex in order to get their season tickets for the Razorback basketball games. Phi Kappa Psi was formally established at the U of A when Thirty-five men were initiated into the colony. Terri Scott of Pi Beta Phi was crowned Homecoming Queen by President Bishop prior to the Razorback win against the Rice Owls. Six U of A faculty were recognized as outstanding faculty by the 1979 RAZORBACK for 1978-79. The Razorback basketball team added to the win column by defeating the SMU Mustangs in Dallas. Robin C. Anderson, dean of Arts and Sciences, announced his retirement effective June 30, 1979. The University Theatre presented “Gianni Schicchi and the Night Bell” a comic opera. Two Razorback track team me r rs broke school rec _ ..s in a victorious meet against the University of Missouri. Nelson Rockefeller died of a heart attack in New York City. Lou Holtz was “kidnapped” by members of Phi Delta Theta as a fund raising tactic for the Arkansas Diabetes Foundation. Registration and other various deadlines were extended due to the inability of students to return to campus because of the icy conditions. The U of A chapter of the Society of Physics Students was Designated an “outstanding SPS chapter for 1977-78.” The Arkansas Razorback swim team whipped the OU Sooners by a score of 71-41. Phi Mu Sorority was installed as a chapter at the University with the initiation of 112 women. FEBRUARY The Razorbacks broke the Texas Longhorn’s 25-game winning streak in the Super Drum in Austin, bringing home a 68-358 win. The ’Horns were handed their first lost in the Drum. A UALR journalism student working as a legislative reporter for United Press International was shot in the head as she drove home from her office. Karen Harris, a freshman from Little Rock representing Humphrey’s Hall, was crowned Miss Black University of Arkansas. Valentines Day brought flowers, candy, and kisses to campus. The Marshall Tucker Band and Commander Cody performed in Barnhill Arena. Janet Holman of Kappa Kappa Gamma was crowned Miss University of Arkansas. The Amazing Kreskin displayed his ESP and dazzled another crowd in the Union Ballroom. The track team won its first SWC track championship ever with its indoor track crown. Sidney Moncrief was named Southwest Conference Player of the Year. Cultural awareness Week was observed with a goal to “Help Bridge the Gap " between black students and others at the U of A. The ASG Senate passed a resolution urging President Bishop to reconsider the present bad weather policy. A summer job fair, sponsored by the Career Planning and Placement Office and AU Symposium, was held in the Union Ballroom. “Much Ado About Nothing” was presented by the Readers’ Theater. House Bill 1064, which would make it illegal for members of opposite sexes to be in the same dormitory room at one time, passed the Arkansas House almost unanimously. Union Programs sponsored the second annual Red Eye Special. Rick Reeves, Susan Hannah, and Steve Von Steen won run-off for ASG president, vice president, and treasurer. Beverly Mathis was elected secretary in the first election. Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty ending years and years of hostility and fighting. Diane Doucet made U of A history when she became Arkansas’s first female All- American, for her prowess on the one-meter board. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Phi Delta Theta were recognized for collecting the most money in the 1978 Diabetes Drive. Pi Kappa Alpha sponsored the first annual Pikefest celebration. In Houston, Arkansas took the SWC Post-Season Tournament by downing Texas Tech and then Texas, 39-38 at Houston’s Summit. During halftimes, it was announced that Marvin Delph, Ron Brewer, and Sidney Moncrief had made the ten-man SWC Team of the Decade. Boot and Sid tied for second in Player of the Decade voting. The champion Porkers displayed their abilities in NCAA tournament action against Weber State, Louisville, and top-ranked and undefeated Indiana State. One questionable call and an apparent walking violation in the final seconds against ISU marred an otherwise extraordinary game. Emmett Kelly, well-known circus clown, died of a heart attack. 48 Calendar APRIL MAY 9 Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Nu were winners of the Panhellenic Altruism Award and the IFC McClennan- Fulbright Award, respectively, at the annual Order of Omega banquet. Students and faculty took shelter when tornadoes struck in the surrounding Fayetteville area. The new football ticket policy was passed unanimously by the Faculty Athletic Committee. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity won first place in the Demolition Derby sponsored by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Delta Delta Delta took the winning tophies in Sigma Chi Derby Day and Sigma Nu Relays competitions. Olympian Wilma Rudolph spoke on “Women in Athletics,” sponsored by the Association of Women Students. Thirty-nine seniors were selected and initiated into Phi Beta Kappa. The Atlanta Rhythm Section and Wi llie Nelson and Leon Russell performed in concerts at Barnhill Arena. Cameras were busy at the Chi Omega house when LIFE magazine did a feature story on the U of A chapter. The U of A chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity received its charter. Approximately 250 runners from 12 to 15 states ran over 26 miles in the third annual Hogeye Marathon. The U of A chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha celebrated its 75th anniversary. Policemen guarded the National Guard Armory in Rogers where an organizational meeting of the Ku Klux Klan was held. 1975-1976 The U.S. vetoed the proposed admission of North Vietnam and South Vietnam into the United Nations. The U.S. lifted its 12-year- old ban on exports to Cuba by foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies. Representatives of Egypt and Israel initiated a new U.S.-mediated interim peace agreement. Teachers’ strikes and busing problems disrupted U.S. schools as they opened for the fall term. Pope Paul VI declared Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, a U.S. born woman, a saint. The U.S. announced a five year agreement for the Soviet purchase of millions of tons of grain a year. Generalissimo Francisco Franco, ruler of Spain for 36 years, died in Madrid, and Juan Carlos was installed as king of Spain. President Ford asked Congress to approve legislation that would make up to $2.3-billion in loans available to New York City. Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme and Sara Jane Moore both tried unsuccessfully to assassinate President Ford. General Motors offered cash rebates to purchasers of new cars. Argentine guerrillas kidnapped and killed John P. Egan, the U.S. honorary consul. Jack Benny died in California and Aristotle Onassis died in Paris. The movie JAWS grossed $ 100-million in its first 12 weeks in the screen. David P. Moynihan resigned as U.S. representative to the United Nations. A major earthquake killed 23,000 people and injured 75,000 other in Guatemala. Lawyers made their opening statements in the bank robbery trial of Patricia Hearst. The Lockhead Aircraft Corp. was discovered paying million-dollar bribes to countries for promotion of a commercial jetliner. The XII Winter Olympic Games were held in Innsburck, Austria with 1,054 athletes from 37 nations competing. Former president Richard Nixon testified in a written deposition to ordering the FBI to wiretap phones. The Dow Jones Industrial stock average closed above the 1000 mark in trading on the New York stock Exchange. Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was convicted in San Francisco of armed robbery and use of a gun to commit a felony. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that Karen Ann Quinlan could be removed from the respirator that had kept her alive for almost a year. Congress approved a national immunization program against the swine flu. Supersonic Concorde jets began regular flights from London and Paris to Washington, D.C. The U.S. and Soviet Union signed a five-year nuclear testing treaty. The U.S. Supreme Court held 7-to-2 that the death penalty does not violate the Constitution’s ban on “cruel and unusual punishment.” North and South Vietnam became one country again with Hanoi as the capital. The U.S. celebrated 200 years of independence with its Bicentennial. An American mercenary soldier was executed by firing squad along with three British mercenary soldiers in Angola. 1976-1977 The Viking I robot craft landed on Mars after a voyage of nearly half a billion miles that took eleven months. “Legionaires’ disease” caused mysterious illnesses and death at a Pennsylvania State American Legion convention in Philadelphia. Representative Wayne L. Hayes of Ohio resigned from the House under heavy accusations of keeping his mistress, Elizabeth Ray, on the House payroll. Mao Tse-tung, founder of the People’s Republic of China and leader of the Chinese Communist revolution, died at the age of 82. Jimmy Carter was quoted in a PLAYBOY magazine interview that he had “looked on a lot of women with lust.” President Gerald Ford and challenger Jimmy Carter, the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees, held the first election debate on television. Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz resigned because of reports that he had made an obscene remark about blacks. Georgia’s Jimmy Carter was elected president of the United States. He became the first Southerner to be elected to that office since the War Between the States. The Episcopal Church ordained a woman priest from Indianapolis. Convicted murderer Gary Gilmore received his wish when he was executed by a firing squad at the Utah State Prison. President Carter issued a pardon to approximately 10,000 men for draft evasion. Larry Flynt was convicted of panderding obscenity and engaging in organized crime. The controversial premiere of ROOTS brought the biggest television audience in history. The Food and Drug Administration announced a ban on saccharin for fear that it caused cancer. Twelve Hanafi Muslum gunman surrendered in Washington, D.C. after holding 134 hostages for two days. Spain legalized the Communist Party in after a 38-year ban. The U.S. and Vietnam, in Paris, opened talks on normalization of relations. Unemployment dropped to a 29-month low. Government agencies announced that spray-can chloroflorocarbons would be banned in two years. Ouen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubliee which marked a 25-year reign. The Trans-Alaska pipeline opened with the first 800- mile journey of oil to Valdez, Alaska. Lightning bolts caused massive power failures in New York City that proved to be chaotic disasters. 1977-1978 A new prime minister of Iran Billy Carter received national was named. attention when his name Quebec passed a new language bill making French the official language, of the province. appeared on beer cans. District Court Judge Carl Rubin ruled in Dayton, Ohio that high school girls must China announced that it had exploded its 22nd nuclear device. be allowed to compete with boys in all sports including football, wrestling, and other “contact sports.” Federal Budget Director Bert Lance resigned his post in Washington under heavy accusations about his financial situation. A jury in Santa Ana, California awarded Richard Gremshaw $2,800,000 in compensation and $ 125- million in punitive damages against Ford Motor Indira Gandhi was arrested in India on two charges of corruption while prime minister of India. Company for deliberately leaving gas tanks in Pintos unprotected in rear-end collisions. President Carter signed bills to raise Social Security taxes substantially and to increase the national minimum wage to $2.90 per hour. President Carter decided to defer production of the neutron warhead and its deployment in Europe, but not to cancel the bomb entirely. The Oakland Raders beat the Minnesota Vikings 32-14 in Super Bowl XI. Eddie Sutton was named UPI and AP Basketball Coach of the Year, and Lou Holtz was The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear two cases involving homosexual rights. named the Sports Writers’ Coach of the Year for Football. 570 persons were killed when two Boeing 747 jets collided on a fog-bound runway in the Canary Islands. The longest strike in the history of the U.S. coal industry, which lasted 110 days, officially ended when miners voted by a comfortable margin to Many of America’s favorite stars died, including Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley, Charlie Chaplin, Freddie Prinze, Joan Crawford, Groucho Marx, Zero Mostel, Guy Lombardo, Peter Finch, Ethel Waters and Andy Devine. accept a new contract. 1978-1979 Little Rock was suddenly hit by a major flash flood that killed 19 people. Pope Paul VI, who served 15 years as the 262nd pope, died and was replaced by Pope John Paul I who died one month afterwards. Other deaths in the year included Prof. Willie Messerschmidt (designer of the first production jet), Emmett Kelley (famous clown), Nelson Rockefeller (former New York governor and U.S. Vice President), and Victor Hasselblad (camera designer). The ratification period of the Equal Rights Amendment was extended by approval of the U.S. Senate. Pope John Paul II became the first non-Italian in 455 years to be elected to the position. A sniper shot a UALR journalism student in the head as she was driving home on Interstate 40 near Little Rock. T he student died later in a Little Rock Hospital. The Arkansas House of Representatives passed Bill 1064 would have initiated a closed-dorm policy at all state-supported institutions of higher learning had it passed the Senate. Evacuations and a state of panic occurred in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, when an accident at the new Three-Mile Island nuclear plant caused a leakage of radiation. A major event in history took place when leaders from Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty ending years of hostility and wars between the two countries. Workers at major newspapers in New York went on strike except for the New York Post which published for the first time in 57 days. President Carter signed a law raising the mandatory retirement age for most Americans from 65 to 70. The Senate very narrowly agreed to ratify treaties to eventually hand over the Panama Canal to Panamanian control. California residents voted overwhelmingly to cut property taxes by two-thirds despite warnings by the government that services would be cut sharply and 450,000 jobs would be lost. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the University of California Medical School discriminated against Allen Bakke because he was white. 800 National Guardsmen were called to Memphis when firemen went on strike which caused a state of emergency in the city. Over 100 American Indians walked over 3000 miles to Washington, D.C. to protest legislation which, they claimed, would take away their treaty rights. A crew of three men in an American balloon became the first to cross the Atlantic when they landed outside Paris. 217 Vietnamese aboard a packed refugee boat drowned when it overturned on its way to Malaysia. GREASE became one of the longest running movies and a very popular soundtrack. With the Shah of Iran disposed and that country’s crude cut off from the U.S., gas shortages again hit the country, most notably in California, where gas in some stations hit 119.9 t. While You Were Here 53 Summer In The City 56 Summer Summer 57 58 Fall Fayetteville’s Famous Fall Fall 59 Another Icy Winter 60 Winter _ Winter 61 Finally, Spring 8SSS?i 62 Spring Spring 63 64 Parties 66 Parties Parties 67 68 Parties Parties 69 Arkansas’s Athletes ron calcagni ben co wins dan hampton steve schall Sidney moncrief dianne ducet buddy bowman 70 Athletes 72 Athletes ?AU Athletes 73 74 Athletes There are little eyes upon you And they’re watching night and day There are little ears that quickly Take in every word you say. There are little hands ail eager To do anything you do And a little boy who’s dreaming Of the day he’ll be like you. You’re the little fellow’s idol You’re the wisest of the wise In his little mind about you No suspicions ever rise: He believes in you devoutly Holds that all you can say and do He will say and do in your way When he’s grown up like you. There’s a wide-eyed little fellow Who believes you’re always right And his ears are always open: And he watches day and night You are setting an example Every day in all you do For that little boy who’s waiting To grow up to be just like you. Athletes 75 I TRAVEL THE STREETS IN FAYETTEVILLE 76 Streets Streets 77 78 Oaklawn Oaklawn 79 80 Oaklawn Oaklawn 81 cfl “An act to prohibit the open- door policy at state supported institutions of higher learning in this state. Such open-door dormitory visitation policy is contrary to the public policies of this state and is not an appropriate policy to be permitted in state supported institutions of higher learning; and that the immediate passage of this act is necessary to prevent an open- door dormitory visitation policy at state supported institutions of higher learning in order to protect the morals, health and safety of student attending said institutions, which are supported from public forms.” While House Bill 1064, part of which is printed above, was proposed to “protect” students, it probably would have provided more laughs than protection. Watching attempts to keep all persons of the opposite sex, excluding parents, from students’ rooms could have been the top pastime on campus. Imagine the fun of watching those in charge trying to enforce 1064, knowing all along that if someone was caught, the responsible university official would be held accountable, not the people in the room. Imagine a father not being allowed in his daughter’s room because he was the opposite sex of her roommate. Imagine the married couples living in Carlson Terrace not even being able to move out because they were of opposite sexes and could not legally enter their apartments. Imagine trying to enforce 1064 at Pomfret or Reid. Imagine what the frats would think. Just imagine all the fun we missed. 82 House Bill 1064 House Bill 1064 83 84 Commencement Commencement 85 DANCE COMPANY 86 Dance Uarkettes Uarkettes: Front: Professor Kenneth L. Ballenger (director), Debbie Wood, Ed Taliaferro, Maury Stout, Mary Mann, Holly McGuire, Melissa Matlock, Richard Scott, Donna Lee, Julie Hall, Ralph Johnson, Regina Hopper, Pat Hall, Kathy Higgins. Back: Becky Riggs, Eric Schmand, Amanda Gross, Glen Thomas, Rebecca Griffin, Mike Cole, Debbie Davis, Randy Burdick, Kim Russell, Monte Welch. Uarkettes 87 88 Band Marching Razorback Band: Members: Rita Patterson, Nicki Netherton, Kay McHenry, Debbie Adams, Melinda Rice, Blayne Burch, Kelley Cathey, Cindy Camp, Malinda Thomson, Connie Graves, Julie Roeder, Sandi Hilde¬ brand, Karene Mosshart, Tony Logue, Boyce Lovette, Lisa Bass, Irene Calcote, Ann Stamfill, Jo McWaters, Becky Williams. Kathy Keaney, Leisa Dodson, Karen Harris, Joni Jenette, Mark Tolleson, Janice Crumpton, Lola Woods, Cheryl Miller, Tracey King, Karia Banks, Lacy Largent, Maureen Fox, Anna Connell, Jon Beard, Denise Richards, Sara Skinner, Katy Terrill, Otis Robinson, Jim Sparks, Ann Manning, Teresa Murphy, Beverly Gray, Dennis Cranford, Ron Hudgens, Debbie Miller, Ralph Johnson, Margaret Doyle, Clark Davis, Mary Altland, Becky Smith. Nancy Barker, Kim Forrest, Sheryl Laxson, Kim Baker, Ricci Boyer, Melissa Snow, Valerie Jones, Donald Mabry, Cindy Foster, Freely Goddard, Lyn Baker, Philip Kirk, Janna Williams, Brenda Johnson, Jim Newton, Jon Greene, Rex Gipson, Molly Skinner, Karen Templeton, Ray Hughes, Shawna Neill, Bill Frey, Craig Frazier, Michael Simpson, Robert Burnham, Audie Beimer, Lisa Parr, Doug McAllister, Moni¬ ca Squyers, Christy Wardlaw, Kelley Miller, Liz Lester, Bryan Thomas, David Gorham, Allen Fields, Mary Jane Douglas, Vivian Reese, Jana Janzen, Lance Rhea, Barry Jones, Greg Hildreth, Gene Tharp, Victor Porter, Steve Powell, Diana Wages, Bobby Pryor, Tom Cannady, Steve Corley, Glenn Barnes, Malcolm Teague, Mark Fisher, George Lawson, Chris McMasters, Robert Dunn, Bobby Dodson, Paul Teague, Andy Hart, Bill Ratcliff, David Brooks, Glenn Gish, Judy Sims, Gary Sharp, J.D. Wheelis, Mike Grimm, Nick Par¬ sons, Marlowe Small, Fred Schultz, Nick Adams, Betty Fields, Karen Black, Joe Delap, Sheila Byrd, Karen Powell, Kathy Seaton, Randy Raugh, Marray James, John Baker, Mitchell Durham, Greg Keenan, Kim Tribble, Kenneth McNamara, Dan Martin, Don Ottoson, Jim Jones, Randy Green, Joey Jones, Barry Cook, Shannon Featherson, Gary Thorn, Roy Vestal, Carl Mouton, Sheri Towne, John Pitts, Alan Littlepage, Lance Kordis, Joe Wilhelm, Kathy Edmondson, Paul Rider, Tom Pitts, Rangy Been, David Stoner, Loyd Price, Clay Cartright, Foe Reifer, Alex Dunlap, Lisa Denefick, Mark Greenway, Mike Fry, Stephoney Fogle, Steve Carter, David Gusewelle, Michael Kirshberger, Jim Root, Jeff Staggs, Edwin Draughon, Jeanne Parrish, Barry Bryan, Tim Hogue, Steve Carney, Randy Clevenger, David MiKinney, Rick Rauh, Steve Cox, Russell Robinson, Alan Clack, Mike McLarty, Fred Kittler, Joe Santo, John Adams, Jackie Grimes, Vol Jones, Ricky Moncrief, Tom Newton, Cindy Mott, Lewis Clark, Stephanie Hines, Peggy Smith, David Woodall, Mary Doan, Gayle Roske, Barry Harper, Becky Teeter, Larry Mac Taggart, Tom Webb, Brad Staats, Susan Duncan, Robin Osgatharp, Nedra Twillie, Johnna Kornegay, Cheslea Breyman, Donna Cater, Nancy Fore, Cheryl Johnson, Jeannie Rimmer, Setphonie Brown, Ricki Ayres, Donnie Jones, Dennis Wil¬ liamson, Mareta Morales, Mary Beckman. Directors: Robert Bright, Eld on Janzen, Chalon Ragsdale. Drum Majors: Tony Logue, Jon Beard. Majorettes: Left to Right: Kay McHenry, Debbie Adams, Nicki Netherton, Julie Roeder, Melinda Rice, Blayne Burch, Kelley Cathey, Cindy Camp, Malinda Thompson, Rita Patterson, Connie Graves, Sandi Hildebrand. Band 89 Ellen Perry Guerrilla Tactics in the Job Market 90 Symposium Julian Bond House of Representatives Democrat, Georgia Arthur Knight Sex in the Cinema — PLAYBOY Chris Miller c o-Editor at NATIONAL LAMPOON Co-Author of ANIMAL HOUSE Symposium 93 MARSHALL TUCKER BAND Concerts 95 Stillwater ATLANTA RYTHM SECTION 98 Concerts WILLIE NELSON 100 Summer Theatre 102 Theatre Zhe dantasticks Qimmi Sckiccki And Zke Night Melt 110 Academics WT V Academics 111 president Charles e. bishop The president is the chief executive officer of the University of Arkansas. He is responsible for the administrative management of the five campuses of the University and for executing University policies approved by the Board of Trustees. His day-by-day decisions affect every aspect of the University’s far-reaching activities. These include the University’s extensive programs of teaching, research, and public service. Additionally, the president supervises the fiscal operations of the University, including the acquisition of its operating money, the establishment of its budgets, and the expenditures of its funds. The president is concerned with the future progress of the University and therefore assumes the responsibility for short term and long range planning of its programs. He coordinates the planning of the construction program and directs the activities concerned with the financing of physical improvements to the campuses. The president is the principal spokesman of the University and represents the institution in its liaison with the general public, the state and federal governments, the University’s alumni, and many other University constituencies. 112 Administration Administration 113 Charles A. Leone Vice President and Provost University Of Arkansas Administration Dr. Charles W. Oxford Executive Vice President Fred S. Vorsanger VP for Physical Affairs 114 Administration Dr. Farris Womack Merlin Augustine VP for Administration Acting VP for Educational Student Services Julian Streett VP for Governmental Relations Public Affairs Dr. James Martin VP for Agriculture Administration 115 Ray Trammell Legal Council William Hughes Director of Information Warren King Internal Auditor 116 Administration Elton Donauber Exec. Director of Development Eugene Buckley, Jr. Director of Institutional Research Dr. Nancy Talburt Administrative Intern Administration 117 John Carney Controller O. J. Rinnert Business Manager Dr. Kenneth Cook Associate Provost Frank Broyles Director of Athletics 118 Administration Jack Woody Don Ousterhout Treasurer Director of Research Paul Eddy Larry Matthews Registrar Director of Admissions Administration 119 The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college on campus with nearly one-fourth of the total university enrollment, and has approximately forty different departments within its confines. A major objective of this core college is to develop a student as an individual and to prepare him as a responsible member of society. At the same time, the College of Arts and Sciences seeks to give students the components of a general education as well as the opportunity for specialization in their chosen fields. A parallel objective is to encourage and develop research and other creative activity in each department of the college, and in various related fields. The College of Arts and Sciences has always taken pride in its outstanding faculty, many of whom are nationally and internationally known. Harold C. MacDonald, professor of geology, has been recognized for his pioneering efforts in remote sensing combined with side-looking airborne radar (SLAR). Many of his publications have received national acclaim within the scholastic world and from scientists affiliated with industry, NASA, the U.S. Geological Survey, plus other state and Federal agencies. Roy Reed has joined the journalism department straight from the New York Times London bureau, a native of Arkansas, he wrote for the Arkansas Gazette for several years before serving as the Times Southern correspondant in New Orleans. A past correspondant for the White House, Reed received the Nieman Fellowship from Harvard University for his outstanding work as a professional journalist. The department of physics and astronomy held an opening ceremony for the new Droke Observatory south of Fayetteville. The observatory houses a 16-inch Cassegrain telescope, and is the only research-sized observatory in Arkansas. The facility will enable faculty and students to carry out research and they were previously unable to engage in here. In the history department, Professor Williard B. Gatewood, Jr., and Chairman Timothy P. Donovan have begun work on a reference book about the 40 elected governors of Arkansas. The Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities is financing the project and the Arkansas Gazette is providing editorial advice. 120 Arts Sciences Arts Sciences 121 The College of Agriculture and Home Economics offers basic courses in the physical, biological, and social sciences, mathematics, humanities, and communications, as well as in technical agriculture and home economics. The study programs available in agriculture include forestry, pre-veterinary medicine, agronomy, entomology, food sciences, and horticulture. Students in Home Economics may choose one of ten majors from six curricula with many options. They include food and nutrition, clothing, textiles and merchandising, general home economics and education, interior design, and human development and family studies. Both departments cooperate with other colleges to allow students to further pursue their interests and specialize. A business option is available, also a journalism option, and a degree program in environmental sciences that involves Arts and Sciences and Engineering, along with Agriculture and Home Economics. According to Dean Glen W. Hardy, several departments are involved in research to develop an integrated crop production system. Each is working with the cooperative extension office in two areas. Dr. Jacob R. Phillips, professor of entomoligy, has developed an integrated pest management system in Arkansas’ cotton fields. Farmers in the project have reduced the number of times they spray from approximately eight to two times per season, due to timing and the life cycles of cotton crop pests. Richard L. Maples, assistant professor of agronomy, heads research in nitrate monitoring of cotton crops. By sampling petioles of the plant, the nitrate levels can be evaluated for fertilization purposes, thereby getting the most out of the cotton crop economically. 122 Agri Home Economics Agri Home Economics 123 A rapid increase in enrollment in the College of Business Administration resulted in the largest addition to its faculty in years. There were 3,050 undergraduates and 350 graduates this year, one-third over the enrollment in 1976. Already, there are 15 percent more students preregistered for next fall. “Our overriding challenge is to continue to enhance the overall quality of the program,” said Dean John P. Owen. “We accept this rapid increase as a challenge. It presents the problem of finding faculty and meeting the demands of the students for curriculum.” Funds were recently provided to purchase tapes from the center for research of stock prices. These computer tapes date back decades and are indispensable for fundamental research of stock prices. The College continues to provide public service and perform an outreach function by offering continuing training and development opportunities for individuals already in the professional world. The Biscoe Hindman Center for Executive Development works in cooperation with the College of Business Administration to keep professionals abreast of the latest changes in successful management methods and techniques. 124 Business Administration Business Administration 125 The College of Education has a three-fold goal to prepare students for professional work in teaching, research and service. Within these three main categories, there are numerous specialties a student may focus upon. These include counseling, rehabilitation, music education, agricultural education, and dance education. An equally important aim is the improvement of schools and educational opportunities in the state by providing consultative services, by engaging in educational research, by encouraging young people to enter the teaching profession, and by placing graduates of the College in appropriate educational positions. Curriculum is presented on the assumption that teachers and other school personnel first should have a broad general education; second, that they should be master of the body of subject matter related to their chosen field; and third, that they should balance their previous education by taking professional courses to gain knowledge of the learning process, skill in modern educational techniques, and internship experience in realistic settings under qualified supervisors. The internship program in the College of Education is a vital part of the entire program. Area schools cooperate with the College to provde the proper student teacher environment. In the masters program, internships are offered in residence in Athens, Greece, Europe, the Near East, Asia, South Africa, Jeddah, Saudia Arabia, and Bolivia. Dean Fked J. Vescolani 126 Education Education 127 Keeping with present trends, the College of Engineering has doubled its enrollment in the past five years. Undergraduate enrollment exceeds 1500, of which 10 percent are women. “Because of this tremendous growth, we are in need of total revision of our goals and needs,” said Dean Loren R. Heiple. “We have secured state funding for this purpose and hope to have a blueprint for action very soon.” The most successful program each year is the Minority Introduction to Engineers (MITE). With the assistance this summer program offers, 50 percent of all participants return. Two research projects are being carried out with the Department of Energy, Dr. Franklin K. Deaver, is experimenting with solar energy in Blytheville, and Dr. Henry H. Hicks is researching methods for utilization of waste. George F. Branigan, dean emeritus of the College of Engineering, was named Engineer of the Year for 1979 by the Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers. Professor Branigan served as dean from 1948 to 1971. L ml r jfl mmm p i IIS® V- r- 128 Engineering Engineering 129 The UA School of Architecture offers a five-year degree program under the standards set by the National Architecture Accrediting Board. Two programs of study are offered: Basic Architectural Design, which is in its fourth year, and Landscape Architecture, which will graduate its first class next year. A new graduate program in Community Planning will begin next year. The School’s reputation is such that graduate placement is higher than average. “You can’t get a better architecture education anyplace else,” said Dean C. Murray Smart. “We have a very fine curriculum and a fine faculty. Our students are well prepared when they leave. One-third of our graduates stay in Arkansas and the rest go anywhere from Boston to Los Angeles.” According to Dean Smart, the faculty within the school is unique in the sense that everyone is both a generalist to basic engineering and design, and yet, a specialist in perhaps history, structure, mechanical equipment, energy or professional practice. In addition to work on their own, faculty are expected to devote 20 percent of their time to personal creative achievement or research or related creative processes. 130 Architecture Architecture 131 The University of Arkansas Graduate School offers 84 master, 2 Associate of Philosophy, 8 Education Specialist, and 27 doctoral programs to over 3600 graduates throughout the state. Graduate curriculum is continually being updated by the Committee on Program Evaluation (COPE). “This is probably the most important system set up by the graduate program in the past ten years,” said Dean James J. Hudson. “Under the COPE system, there is self-evaluation of curriculum by departments, which is then sent to the graduate council, then to Dr. Bishop. Very few programs have been dropped for failing to measure up to quality standards.” Two new doctoral programs have been added: plant sciences and food sciences. A new Master of Community Planning in architecture will begin in the fall, and two new areas of archeology have been added: biological anthropology and socio-cultural anthropology. A major change can be seen in Graduate School admissions. This entire process is now handled by the Graduate School instead of the Registrar’s Office. to att la tvluirt itee itu f rofw tfohn A Poe i m . r ' 132 Graduate Graduate 133 Enrollment in the Fayetteville campus School of Law has remained the same, with 550 students in the three-year program leading to the Juris Doctor degree. A variety of continuing legal education programs are also offered in connection with the Arkansas Bar Association. The highlight of each year is the annual Law Week. The keynote speaker this year was attorney George Haley from Washington, D.C. who addressed the week’s major theme, “The law: a reflection of society’s values.” An April ceremony named the School’s library the Robert A. and Vivian Young Law Library after it’s benefactors. There are 100,000 volumes in the library, due soley to the support of the deceased Mr. Young and his widow have continually bestowed upon the Law School. Funds have been approved for the purchase of new video equipment which will be installed in the law school courtroom. This equipment will be available for use in clinical programs, lawyering skills programs, and for the showing of various video cassette presentations. Four new faculty joined the law school, while five graduates received prizes for their student writings in the ARKANSAS LAW REVIEW. Dr. Robert A. Leflar was honored by the Arkansas Humanities Program and Southern Arkansas University when he was presented the “Outstanding Humanist Award.” Dr. Leflar also published “Conflicts of Law: Arkansas, 1973-77” in the ARKANSAS LAW REVIEW. Professor Joan Champan is conducting an empirical study of the attitudes, aspirations, and adaptations of law students. Results of the study are expected in the spring of 1980. 134 Law Law 135 Graduates of the University of Arkansas School of Nursing score consistently higher than average on the state board exams, and one percent higher on out of state licensing exams. Perhaps this is due to the fact that only 50 students are allowed to enroll each semester. This provides them with the individual instruction needed to enable them to work in an increasingly expanding medical world and to function as technically trained professionals. “Our students are trained as nurse generalists ready to move into specialty areas upon graduation,” said ADN chairman, Betty Battenfield. Students are required to take 32 hours of liberal arts courses with 33 hours of nursing credits. The second semester of study includes work at an area hospital, and the final semester offers an elective in pediatrics, emergency room procedures, medical nursing, or independant study. The School has 230 percent more space this year since moving into Ozark Hall. A new audio-visual lab center enables students to review nursing procedures before actually demonstrating them. 136 Nursing The Division of Continuing Education is in the process of preparing ground for its new building, which will be located on the Square. “For the first time we will be able to adequately house the different civic groups and speakers that come to participate in the programs we offer,” said Dean Hugh L. Mills. The building should be ready for occupancy in June of 1981. 50,000 square feet of conference space will be available and the possibilities seem endless. “We’re going to encourage faculty and students to make as much use of the new facility as possible,” said Dean Mills. Two features of the new facility are a 400 to 550 seat auditorium and, videotaped lectures will be offered for playback. The division will continue to offer the many varied courses of instruction it always has, from the general activity course to the sophisticated technical skill course. Continuing Education 137 OUTSTAND David E.R. Gay Business Administration Associate Professor of Economics B.A., Ph.D., Texas A M Nominated by Alpha Kappa Psi “It’s easy to learn the words of analysis. Learn more. Learn theory to help carry the tune of analysis. When the music stops you’ll be able to carry the tune, even if it’s slightly off-key. Robert E. Knowlton Law Professor of Law B.A., University of Iowa Master of Law, Pennsylvania Nominated by Law Review “One of the rewards of teaching is being able to spend the greater part of one’s life with intelligent and personable young people. In return for that opportunity, those of us who teach law attempt to stimulate our students to develop creative analysis and imagination along with a thorough understanding of the precedents. My hope is that as these law students of today acquire the skills and the knowledge, they will be able to solve the problems of tomorrow with greater justice for the individual and for the society as well. James P. Modesette Business Administration Professor of Accounting Head of the Department of Accounting B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D., Louisiana State University Nominated by Mortar Board “One of the many duties of a professor is to motivate students to a higher level of achievement. 138 Outstanding Faculty ING FACULTY °avld A. Sloan Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor of History ° ' A . Ph.D., University 0 California, Santa Barbara Nominated by Blue Key ideally, the task of the faculty within a university is to be involved in a creative relationship that is by efinition elitist, and therefore one lkel V to be viewed with some suspicion in a society with egalitarian assu nnptions. Universities often attempt to disguise this contradiction; sometimes they even r V to eliminate it. In either case, the relationship between the faculty and he gifted minority is inevitably degraded. In extreme cases, it can oe supplanted, with the faculty assigned the new task of winnowing the stupid from the dull. At that Point, the physical plant may remain, Pot not the unversity. Jimmy L. Turpin Engineering Professor of Chemical Engineering B.S.Ch.E., M.S.Ch.E., University of Arkansas Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Nominated by Tau Beta Pi “The educational process should lead to a career which provides personal satisfaction and fulfillment, a minimum standard of living, and a contribution to the lives of those around us. The first two are selfish motives — a life without the third is sterile. If I can encourage and motivate young people to achieve all three, then I am Successful. John G. Williams Architecture Professor of Architecture B. Arch., Oklahoma State Nominated by Tau Sigma Delta “I believe that a university has an obligation to teach by example as well as in the laboratory and class room. As a teacher in architecture I would like to see the campus become a really beautiful example of planning, landscape design, and architecture. Outstanding Faculty 139 Who ' s Who Twenty-three seniors were hon¬ ored this year by being selected into AWho’s Who in American Universities Colleges, one of the highest hon¬ ors in the nation for college students. A committee representing all of the major governing bodies on and off campus which was headed by an ex-officio chairman selected the top students satisfying the minimum gra- depoint requirement of 2.75 set this year by the local selection commit¬ tee. National Headquarters of the in¬ stitution set other guidelines for se¬ lection and gave final approval of the selected students before announce¬ ment. JACK BENTLEY: Accounting . . . Joplin , MO. Sigma Nu Blue Key; Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa; Beta AlphaOmicron Delta Kappa; Beta Alpha Psi; ARKANSAS TRAVELER, business manager; Publi¬ cations Board; Associated Student Government; Phi Theta Kappa, treasurer; Society for Advancement of Management. JOHN BRENNER: Finance and Banking . . . Parkin. Phi Delta Theta, vice president; Blue Key, president; Beta Gamma Sigma, president; Order of Omega; Cardi¬ nal XX; Omicron Delta Kappa. 142 Who’s Who CINDY CARROLL: Zoology ... Malvern. Alpha Kappa Alpha; 1977 RAZORBACK Beauty; Order of Omega; Chimes; Panhellinic, president; 1977 RA¬ ZORBACK, secretary; Black Americans for Democra- cy. CANDY CLARK: History ... Fayetteville. Pi Kappa Delta, president; Associated Student Gov¬ ernment; Off Campus Student Association, president; Blue Key; Arkansas Union Programs, president. CRIT COOKSEY: Natural Sciences . .. Aubrey. Alpha Lambda Delta; Black Americans for Democracy, president; Union Programs Council; Union Governing Board. Who’s Who 143 WILLIAM GELFAND: Zoology and Journalism ... Denver, CO. Sigma Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Mortar Board; Student Health Services Committee, chairman; AR¬ KANSAS TRAVELER, news-editor; Associated Student Government. RICHARD GORDON III: Chemical Engineering ... Ft. Smith. Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Col¬ leges; Reid Hall, president; Associated Student Govern¬ ment; Mortar Board; Residence Hall Association; Ome¬ ga Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Tau Alpha Upsilon; Phi Theta Kappa. HELEN HAMPTON: Social Welfare ... Little Rock. Alpha Kappa Alpha, corresponding secretary; Schola Cantorum Choir; University Concert Choir; Minority Council Program; Black Americans for Democracy. 144 Who ' s Who DIANA HAWES: Psychology and Social Welfare ... Harrison. Mortar Board; Tau Alpha Upsilon; Alpha Lambda Delta; Residence Advisory Committee; Resident Assistant; University Theatre. BILLIE HESS: Industrial Engineering ... Van Buren. Chi Omega, treasurer; Angel Flight; Cardinal Key, trea¬ surer; Mortar Board; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Ameri¬ can Institute of Industrial Engineers, vice president; Or¬ der of Omega; Phi Beta Lambda. PAUL JAMES: History ... West Memphis. Phi Delta Theta, president; Phi Alpha Theta; Blue Key, corresponding secretary; Order of Omega; Interfrater¬ nity Council, treasurer; Arkansas Booster Club; Associ¬ ated Student Government. MARK KINION: Horticultural Food Science and Chem¬ istry ... Prairie Grove. Mortar Board; Blue Key; Alpha Zeta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Associated Student Government, president; Off-Campus Student Association, treasurer; Agri and Home Economics Student Executive Council; University Theatre. PAT MIKA: English . . . Rogers. Sigma Nu; Cardinal XX, vice president; Blue Key; Omi¬ cron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega; Pi Sigma Alpha; All-University Judiciary; Interfraternity Council; Associ¬ ated Student Government. KEN NEECE: Political Science .. . Walnut Ridge. Sigma Nu; U of A Young Democrats, president; Arkan¬ sas Young Democrats, president; Pi Sigma Alpha, sec¬ retary; Associated Student Government; Arkansas Booster Club. 146 Who’s Who KIM RANDLE: Personnel Management . .. Fayette¬ ville. Kappa Kappa Gamma, first vice president; Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary; Chimes; Mortar Board; Order of Omega, secretary; Cardinal Key; Associated Student Government; International Club. EMILY ROBERTS: Agricultural Economics . .. Mena. Mortar Board, president; Angel Flight; Cardinal Key, vice president; Chimes, president; Omicron Delta Kappa; Associated Student Government; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Economics Club. CLIFF SCOGIN: Psychology . .. Little Pock. Mortar Board, vice president; Cardinal Key, president; Associated Student Government; Cardinal XX; Tau Al¬ pha Upsilon. Who’s Who 147 DIANE SMITH: Secondary Education ... Ft. Smith. Delta Delta Delta, executive vice president; Chimes, vice president; Order of Omega, vice president Cardi¬ nal Key; Mortar Board; Omicron Delta Kappa; Ai ansas Booster Club; Associated Student Government; Asso¬ ciated Women Students. SUZY STONE: Nursing . . . Stuttgart. Pi Beta Phi, president; Mortar Board; Order of Omega; Omicron Delta Kappa; Cardinal Key; Angel Flight, trea¬ surer; Arkansas Booster Club; Associated Women Stu¬ dents; Panhellenic. BECKY SWEARINGEN: Housing and Interior Design . .. Brinkley. Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer, corresponding secretary; Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of Omega; Mortar Board; American Society of Interior Designers, vice president, secretary; Agri Home Economics Student Association; Phi Upsilon Omicron. 148 Who’s Who KATHY VANZANT: Chemistry and Zoology . . . Low¬ ell. Kappa Kappa Gamma, assistant treasurer; Mortar Board; Chimes; Order of Omega; Cardinal Key; Alpha Chi Sigma; Union Programs Travel Committee, chair¬ person; Associated Student Government. CHARLES WEIR III: Chemical Engineering ... Walnut Ridge. Sigma Nu, president, vice president; Alpha Lambda Delta; Cardinal Key; Associated Student Government; terfraternity Council; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. BARBARA WOMACK: Political Science ... Little Rock. Cardinal Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Associated Student Government, secretary. Who’s Who 149 St. Patricia 1978 Donna Musgrave Bob ' s Studio 150 Beauties B °b ' s Studio Miss Black U Of A Karen Harris Agri Queen Helene Pascale Beauties 151 Bob ' s Studio 152 Beauty Finalists Bob ' s Studio Beauty Finalists 153 Bob ' s Studio 154 Beauty Finalists Bob ' s Studio Beauty Finalists 155 Bob’s Studio 158 RAZORBACK Beauties {Jennifer Svjp fmm JVvrt f £ ttfc Port P ti Prfa Pftt represent P tt JDrt a V trta Bob ' s Studio Paul Strang Rob ' s Studio 156 RAZORBACK Beauties Karen Harris Freshman Little Rock Humphreys Hall re rresMt M EJ.D. Kim Sanders RAZORBACK Beauties 159 Bob ' s Studio 160 RAZORBACK Beauties Kim Sanders RAZORBACK Beauties 161 f Bob’s Studio ir ; ' RA7ORBA0K Beauties Bob ' s Studio 164 RAZORBACK Beauties Kim Handle Senior Fayetteville Kappa Kappa Gamma represent Mortar Retard Bob ' s Studio Sheri W ilkef RAZORBACK Beauties 165 Bob ' s Studio 166 RAZORBACK Beauties Bob ' s Studio JCaura Squair Junior Dallas, TX Kappa Kappa Gamma r u’ta Zau Paul Strang RAZORBACK Beauties 167 mmamamu ' farm Dav s 170 Miss U Of A Smr ty P afy? gutw J4ar Jm ZMy Z)a sp Jiae Beauties 171 0 m HI mr y Football 175 176 Football Football 177 178 Football Football 179 The Sports Illustrated cover boys — Ron Calcagni, Ben Cowins, and Lou Holtz; three newcomers-Kevin Scanlon, Ismael Ordonez, and Thomas Brown; and the rest of the pre-season’s highly touted Razorbacks took the field in extreme heat and humidity before a War Memorial Stadium record crowd of 55,718 where they struck on the ground, through the air, and with a for 144 yards on 15 carries. In making his first appearance since 1976, Jerry Eckwood gained 81 yards on 11 carries. Placekicker Ish Ordonez amazed the fans with two field goals, six extra points, and kickoffs that sailed deep into the end zone. After a Vandy surge of 17 points began the third quarter, freshman Thomas Brown saved the Hogs from “They’re the most awesome team we’ve ever played.” -Fred Pancoast, Vanderbilt Head Coach powerful kicking game to capture a season opening victory against the Vanderbilt Commodores, 48-17. Calcagni, a unanimous pre-season all-conference selection, directed the explosive land attack, and Scanlon, the North Carolina State transfer, ignited the Hog offense by passing for two touchdowns and running for another. As in the past two season’s initial games, Cowins turned in a 100-yard performance as he rushed possible embarrassment by halting the Commodores’ momentum and upset delusions with a 94 yard kickoff return. Coach Holtz expressed feelings after the cotest that the Hogs suffered from first game jitters which caused many mistakes. Yet, the Porker defense held Vanderbilt to 119 yards as the offense rolled up 428 yards and 23 first downs to premiere the 1978 campagin. 180 Vanderbilt at Little Rock Except for one play, an 80 yard pass from OSU quarterback Scott Burk to fleet freshman Ron Ingram for a Cowboy touchdown, the Arkansas defense, led by the famous front three — Dan Hampton, Jimmy Waker, and Dale White, throttled the Pokes’ offense to take a 19-7 victory in Stillwater, the Porkers first at Lewis Field since 1951. from Calcagni and lofting a 16 yard pass to tight end Charles Clay. Ish Ordonez climaxed the drive with a 24 yard field goal. Linebacker Larry Jackson and end Jim Howard halted a late OSU drive on the Razorback 13 yard line on a fourth- and-one quarterback-sneak attempt to diminish all Cowboy hopes and ice the victory for Arkansas. “I’m glad we showed that even on a bad day, we can play well enough to win — that’s what counts.” -Dan Hampton, SWC Player of the Week After a relatively conservative first half, Jerry Eckwood sparked the offense with a 51 yard sweep following the third period kickoff, starting a drive that Ben Cowins ended with a 25 yard run on a late pitch from Ron Calcagni. Eckwood, having its first 100 yard game since 1974, again charged the Hogs after taking a pitch An excellent defensive performance, the punting of Bruce Lahay, and the patience of the offense and its ability to avoid costly turnovers kept the Hogs’ hopes alive of an undefeated season and extend the victory streak to eight games in a row. Oklahoma State at Stillwater 181 On a perfect afternoon for the campus premiere, the Tulsa Hurricane played an excellent game but could not stop the wear and tear of the Porker defense before succumbing to the Hogs, 21-13. With Tulsa leading 7-0 for the second half kickoff, Arkansas throttled the Hurricane for minus 71 snaps, despite a good game plan and excellent moves by quarterback Dave Rader, Arkansas made 323 yards on an identical 71 snaps. In a wild finish, a disputed interference call against Vaughon Lusby gave TU the ball on the Hogs’ 15. The Hurricane scored with two seconds remaining and a two point “In Arkansas, you don’t just beat the team, you’re beating the whole state.’’ -Jerry Taylor, Hurricane split end and Arkansas native yardage on seven straight possessions. The reason being that the crowd of 45,428 stood up, hurrahed, and cheered the Porkers to influence a comeback. For the second Saturday, the defense and kicking game of both teams were predominant. For the game, Tulsa made only 148 yards on conversion and on-side kickoff attempt failed leaving the Razorbacks on top. Tulsa coach John Cooper commented that, “Arkansas isn’t overrated. I think they’re the best team in the country. We’re just underrated.” Most Razorback fans were inclined to agree. 182 Tulsa at Fayetteville After two weeks of apologizing for barely getting the job done, Arkansas’ offensive line secured an opportunity to gloat as the Razorbacks had no trouble going wide against a TCU team riddled by injuries in the defensive ranks. The Hogs again came out victorious for the twentieth straight moved the chains 29 times and gained 477 yards. A dozen backs, led by the romping Ben Cowins, carried the ball. The passing produced nine completions in 13 attempts - and did not turn the ball over in their end of the field and the blackshirts halted TCU at the end of long drives “I think we showed people what we’re capable of when we play together. Everyone did their job.” -Chuck Herman, Razorback offensive guard time in their annual conference opener by a score of 42-3. The powerful UA defense refused to let TCU run the football and they maintained the kind of field position that minimized the passing success of Steve Bayuk, as well as intercepting him three times. The hog offense at the 12, 10, and 21 yard lines. The early domination doomed the Frogs and the’ Razorbacks led by 28-3 at the half. Coach Holtz was pleased with the way the “first season” ended, but referred to the upcoming games as a weekly game of “Russian roulette.” TCU At Little Rock 183 Feeling confident that 1978 would be the year of long awaited revenge against the hated Texas Longhorns, a regional television audience looked on as both teams excuted to near perfection as the Hogs dropped a seventh straight heartbreaker 28-21 in Austin’s Memorial Stadium. For once, the game was dominated by the offenses. The Hogs gave up 335 yards to the Horns, and the Horns gave Arkansas 321 yards. a strong ground attack. Calcagni scored one touchdown on a keeper and found receiver Bobby Duckworth over the middle for a 27 yard touchdown pass for another. The scores put Arkansas on top at the end of the quarter, 21-20. The past haunted the Razorbacks once again. The Longhorns took the ball on their own 40 and drove to the Arkansas four yard line. Facing a third and three situation, Randy McEachern “No matter how you twist it or turn it, they’ve beaten us 11 of the last 12 years. That’s a fact of life and we have to live with it.” -Lou Holtz Arkansas drew first blood early in the game but repeatedly failed to make connections on their passing game as Texas took the ball at their 21 yard line and went 79 yards for a score. Arkansas played their best quarter in the third period. Faced with a 13 point margin to make up after two quick UT capitalizations on UA mistakes before the half, the Hogs went after the Longhorns with surprised the defense with a pass to Johnny “Lam " Jones for the six points. Russell Erxleben converted the point after and despite last minute efforts, an interception stopped the Porkers cold, and Texas had won again. Perhaps throughout the state of Arkansas and for Hog fans across the land, “Hook ’em” is just not a popular phrase. Texas At Austin 185 In making their first appearance ever in the Astrodome, Arkansas’ dream of gaining a league title disappeared quickly into the rafters of the plush arena, as the Houston Cougars withstood the shock of three long drives on the Razorback’s first three possessions by forcing Lou Holtz to call on Ish Ordonez to kick field lines of scrimmage. Randy Love and Emmet King, the Cougars’ two running backs both topped 100 yards with Love scoring two touchdowns. With Houston leading, 13-9 in the fourth quarter, Arkansas began misfiring. Two lost fumbles and two costly penalties on kickoffs blighted comeback efforts and Davis eventually put it away with a “Anytime you lose it is bad. All of us played so hard to lose. It hurts even more when you play hard and still lose.” -Jerry Eckwood, Razorback halfback goals of 27, 42, and 27 yards. With that, touted Cougar quarterback Danny Davis took Houston to touchdowns on drives of 79, 94, and 34 yards and his defensive mates wore down the Hogs to win rather easily and impressively, 20-9. Houston’s linemen actually out shone their backs, dominating both four yard touchdown pass to Willis Adams. Everywhere was a dead alley for the Hogs. Houston had been dedicated for a year to beat the only team it never had in its two and a half seasons of SWC play, and it did so leaving the Hogs in bewilderment of what would happen in their future. 186 Houston at Houston On one of the most perfect homecoming afternoons ever noted in the Ozarks, Arkansas’ Razorbacks rammed the football down the Rice Owls’ throats with crisp execution Arkansas buried the Owls, 37-7. Ron Calcagni scored three touchdowns on one-yard runs and passed to Robert Farrell for 47 yards and a fourth touchdown. “I’m proud to win any award. We have a lot of great seniors on this team and I wish we could have 11 winners.” -Jimmie Walker, Crip Hall Award Winner of simple plays to send the scoreboard into a frenzy when the defense, led by C.G. “Crip” Hall Award Winner Jimmie Walker, began forcing Rice to make mistakes in their own territory. In the year’s best performance, Michael Forrest scored another on a six yard run, Ish Ordonez added five extra points, and Dan Hampton chipped in a safety by tackling Rice’s quarterback, Randy Hertel, in the end zone. Rice at Fayetteville 187 The Baylor Bears coughed up the football 11 times against Arkansas, which recovered five and added two interceptions to win the game, 27-14. It was the Hogs’ first daytime win ever in Waco. The Razorbacks ran up a 27-0 as good news to the Porkers who had been watching opponent after opponent play near perfect games against them. The offense ran 81 snaps for 363 yards and was just killing time most of the last period. Bowl scouts from Jacksonville, “This is the most baffling and frustrating thing I’ve experienced in my life. You play well enough to win and get beat.” -Grant Teaff, Baylor head coach lead, using seven Baylor turnovers opportunely on both offense and defense, and then gave up two quick touchdowns as the rookies played the final nine minutes. Arkansas’ defense had much to do with the Baylor bobbles. It came Florida to San Diego, California, watched as Arkansas improved its record to 6-2. By posting their twelfth win in their last fifteen games against Baylor, the Hogs finally pulled ahead of BU in the series, 28-27-2. 188 Baylor at Waco By playing like the team they had hoped to be, the Hogs showed A M and ABC’s viewing audience how football is supposed to be played in Arkansas. The men in red thrashed the Aggies in every department for the last 55 minutes to walk away with a 26-7 win. With the victory, the team voted to travel to Tempe, Arizona for a Yule date with the yet-to-be picked UCLA Bruins. Ron Calcagni, scoring all three touchdowns and passing for 100 yards led a group of superb Arkansas seniors. Looking their quickest of the season, they yielded a long opening kickoff return and a touchdown four plays later and then inexorably took charge. The Porkers awoke by the time they received their first kickoff. From then on it was the Hogs’ ballgame. “They observe it out there. Besides, after you open the gifts and go to church, Christmas is probably the most boring day in the world, just sitting around looking at all that wrapping paper. That’s probably why the Fiesta Bowl had the fourth highest TV ratings last year. -Lou Holtz Texas A M at Little Rock 189 Throughout the first period in Dallas’ famed Cotton Bowl, it appeared that the Razorbacks were asleep. But the Porkers finally awoke in the second quarter and gave the impression of a sleeping giant coming back to life — the No. 11 ranked Razorbacks amassed 445 yards in the final three periods But Arkansas came to life on their second possession of the second period and promply began to riddle an SMU defense that had convincingly dominated play thus far. After Arkansas finally picked up its initial first down in the second frame, the first downs began to come in bunches and at the final buzzer “We just couldn’t stop them on defense and they beat us. They’re as good as anybody around.” -Putt Choate, SMU Linebacker to walk away with a 27-14 victory over the SMU Mustangs. In the first period of play, Arkansas gained only 16 net yards, 11 of which came on one pass completion, and SMU used the unyielding passing arm of soph quarterback Mike Ford to march to a 14-0 lead. the Hogs moved the chains 26 times enroute to compiling 461 yards. There’s an old adage in football that “the other team can’t score while you’ve got the ball.” With Calcagni calling the shots, the Razorbacks demonstrated the masterful art of ball control to gain the season’s eighth victory. 190 SMU at Dallas On a mild, windy Saturday afternoon In Roorback Stadium, Arkansas played superbly for 30 minutes, and that was all Lou Holtz’s mercies could stand. In a game that could have mathematically decided the Southwest Conference Champion and host for the Cotton Bowl Classic, Arkansas built up an intermission lead of didn’t matter where they got the ball, or whether or not they had the wind. Records were set throughout the game. In a minor way, the Razorbacks dedicated the game to Ben Cowins, the whirlwind runner from St. Louis who became the first Arkansas back since Clyde Scott in 1948 to make All- Southwest Conference three times. His ”1 had no idea that Arkansas would do that to us. II I had, I wouldn’t have showed up for the game.” -Rex Dockery, Tech head coach 2-0. The future Hogs played the last half and it ended, 49-7. Arkansas over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The halftime lead stands as the widest ever for Arkansas in a conference game. Ron Calcagni and the rampaging No. 1 unit scored every time they had the ball in the first half. It career rushing record ended with 3570 yards on 635 carries. That amount finished as second in SWC history, trailing only Texas’ Earl Campbell. Also, by halftime, Ishmael Ordonez, the five foot six Los Angeles product had clinched the conference scoring championship. Thus, the regular season ended with 9 wins, 2 losses. Texas Tech at Fayetteville 191 192 UCLA at Tempe “I think it’s ridiculous to drive 2000 miles to watch a tie. Everybody says a tie is like kissing your sister, but I guess it is better than kissing your brother.” -Lou Holtz “If we would have had five more seconds in the game we would have won. We were getting close to field goal range. But we didn ' t have that time. That’s college football. There’s no sudden death and there’s no system for a national playoff. It’s all part of the same picture.” These feelings of Coach Holtz were running through the minds of every Razorback fan after the Hogs and the Bruins fought to a 10-10 tie in Arizona’s eighth Fiesta Bowl. After a scoreless first quarter, Arkansas finally managed to find some running room in the Bruins’ tough defense. Caller Calcagni got the Razorbacks’ option game off the ground early in the second period. Pitchouts to Eckwood and Cowins set up Roland Sales’ four yard TD run. A 37-yard Ordonez field goal late in the half ended Arkansas’ scoring. The Bruins overcame a poor first half to make up a 10-point deficit in the second under the controls of surprize starter quarterback, Steve Bukich. Tackle Jimmy Walker, credited with three unassisted tackles and 10 assists, was named the game’s outstanding defensive player. UCLA’s Number 3, James Owens, took the offensive title with 122 yards rushing on 17 attempts. While the 55,000 plus fans were suffering through the dull - tie, the television fans were hanging on the edges of their seats fr more comments from UCLA’s Coach Donahue. With announcers Curt Gowdy and John Brodie wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, Donahue delivered a two-word zinger greeting of his own when commentator Mike Haffter stuck the microphone in Donahue’s face after a nullified pass interception. UCLA at Temple 193 194 Cheerleaders Arthur Pruit, Terry Marshall, Mark Cyrus, Jan Cross, Todd Holt . Ka tjj Kim Nichols esTBecky Reginelli, Mick Coleman, Cheerleaders 195 196 Pom-Pon Squad Pom-Pon Squad: Front Row: Lisa Human, Merry Lee Hewitt, Jo Cherski, Jennifer Fox. Back Row: Lisa Holloway, Penny Hamilton, Lisa Christian, Toni Kit- terman, Helen Spears, Dionne Harold (captain.) Pom-Pon Squad 197 Moncrief Leads Razorbacks to Third Consecutive SWC Championship Any team that finished 32-4 and number three in the nation, as the Razorback basketball team did in 1977-78, leaves a hard act to follow. With only two returning starters in Sidney Moncrief and Steve Schall, many writers and prognasticators saw nothing better than a fifth place finish for the Hogs in the 1979 SWC race. Although the Hogs did finish in fifth place—in the final Associated Press national rankings. The Razorbacks surprised everyone as they gradually won their way into the finals of the NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament. This edition, led by Moncrief, Schall, and a host of talented newcomers finished with an impressive 25-5 tally. The Hogs opened the campaign on December 2 as the second half of a football-basketball double header in the newly renovated Barnhill Arena before 9145 fans against Oklahoma. The young Hogs defeated the Big Eight’s highly touted Sooners 80-74 as Moncrief threw in 30 points. Brilliant offensive play against Memphis State, Southern Mississippi, and North Texas State opened followers eyes to the potential this team carried with it. With an 8-0 record on the line, the Hogs travelled to Houston for the SWC opener. Poise proved to be the difference, as the Hogs down by 16 at halftime held the potent Cougars to eight second half points to take an unbelieveable 62-61 victory at Hofheinz Pavillion. Then came a midseason slump of heartbreaking losses. The Texas Longhorns and hated Abe Lemons invaded Barnhill on “Mad Hatters’ Night in January. The Horns couldn’t miss and despite a last minute effort, the Hogs couldn’t supress the Texans, losing 66-63. The nation looked on as the Big Red travelled to Greensboro, North Carolina for an NBC television date with the top ten ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. Despite an all out effort, the Tar Heels power wore the Hogs down 63-57. Recovery still wasn’t close as another road game against Texas A M went into overtime with the Aggies finally coming out on top 74- 69. In that game, Scott Hastings, a highly recruited freshman from Independence, Kansas, led all scorers with 20 points. The Porkers then finally got some breathing room with a romp over lowly TCU, 90-51; but, they couldn’t breathe for long as the Baylor Bears rallied to defeat the Hogs, 70-67. Following these losses, the Big Red Machine’s fans wondered if the roundballers could return to their winning ways. And return they did. Ten straight Southwest Conference victories jelled the young Razorbacks into a team of first-rate calibur. Playing before record crowds, the Hogs defeated SMU and Texas Tech before the long awaited second match with Texas. Before 15,300 fans in UT’s Special Events Center, Sidney Moncrief swished in 23 points and Steve Schall pulled down 7 rebounds to defeat Abe’s Horns 68- 58 for the first loss ever handed to Texas in the Superdrum. Tempers flared when Eddie Sutton made a comment to Texas’ John Moore following what Sutton termed a “classless foul” and Abe Lemons nearly went into a boxing match with the entire Arkansas squad. Moncrief again led the Porkers to wins over Rice, Texas A M, and TCU. Baylor and SMU fell to the wrath of the Hogs before Moncrief and Schall made their final appearance in Barnhill Arena to defeat Houston. The regular season ended with fireworks in Lubbock as the Porkers finished with another one-point victory over Texas Tech. That same night, SMU defeated Texas thus giving Arkansas its third straight SWC Championship. The Razorback basketballers brought recognition not only to the University, but to the entire state of Arkansas. The name Moncrief became a household word associated with basketball. It was a year when rebuilding was to be the main objective, but the nation realized that the Hogs were not a year away, but were truly competitors of championship form. 198 Basketball Basketball 199 200 Basketball Basketball 201 Basketball 203 204 Basketball Basketball 205 206 Basketball Basketball: A New Winning T radition Basketball 207 208 Basketball Big Red Shines in Post Season Play; Advances to NCAA Midwest Finals With the new ruling that no team ould receive an automatic bye to jne SWC Post Season Tournament, The Hogs defeated Tech in the semifinals, and as expected, met exas in the finals. With 15,499 screaming red and orange clad fans ln the Houston Summit, the Hogs an d Horns fought out an intense Rental battle with Arkansas finally aving the advantage, again by one Point, 39-38. For their outstanding Piay, Moncrief and Scott Hastings ere named to the All-Tournament earn. The victory put Arkansas into the 40-team quest for the NCAA Championship for the third year. The Action of the Midwest Regional began in Allen Fieldhouse on the oarnpus of Kansas University in Lawrence against the Weber State W| ldcats, the same team the Hogs t in the first round of the 1978 classic. An easy victory in which NBC’s Jim Jimpson and Billy Packer named Steve Schall as the MVP sent the Porkers to Cincinnati, Ohio, for the midwest semi-final against the Louisville Cardinals. Refusing to be awed by the Cardinals speed, size, and leadership of Coach Denny Crum, the Razorbacks won rather handily. The match was set for the midwest title between Arkansas and top-ranked and undefeated Indiana State, led by the NCAA Player-of- the-Year, Larry Bird. Many Porker fans thought the “Bird” would meet his match against “Superman Sid”, and in fact, he did. The game went down to the last four seconds when a disputed travelling violation against U.S. Reed gave ISU the ball trailing by one point. A miraculous left handed shot by unknown Bob Heaton won the game and ended the season for Arkansas and the collegiate careers of Sidney Moncrief and Steve Schall. The 25 victories and record breaking attendance highlighted an illustrious year for Arkansas basketball. Sidney Moncrief finished as Arkansas’ all time leading scorer. He was named both AP and UPI first team All-American, All-Southwest Conference, finished second in the balloting for Player of the Year, All- SWC Team of the Decade, All- Midwest Tourney, and the Gillette MVP Winner for his performance in the Indiana State game. Eddie Sutton was again named SWC Coach-of-the-Year. Most important though, the Hogs worked as a team and improved game by game each time playing to the absolute best of their ability. Basketball 209 210 Basketball Basketball 211 Young Runners Take Sophomore Mark Anderson captured the individual honors and led the Razorbacks to their fifth consecutive Southwest Conference cross country championship. In the final meet held in Fayetteville at the Razorback Golf Course, Arkansas finished with a low score of 29. Second place Rice had 62 points and SMU placed third with 87 points. The race developed early as a duel between Rice and Arkansas. The Hogs and Owls led from the outset, as no other competitors offered the leaders a real challenge. Arkansas’ team win surprised coach John McDonnel, not so much in the win but in the margin of victory. Hog runners took first, third, sixth, seventh, and twelfth positions. Mark Muggleton finished third in the race and second for Arkansas’ team points. Anthony Conroy took sixth, Pat Vaughn took seventh, and Tom Camien surprisingly finished twelfth. This fifth straight crown is unprecendented by any Arkansas athletic event in SWC action. 212 Cross Country Unprecedented Fifth »A_tew .. mr m ■pp jrL 1 1 jf W 4 W m i tt vv Cross Country 213 Swimmers Finish Strong Third 214 Swimming When Athletic Director Frank Broyles gave former swimming coach Ed Fedosky the go-ahead to vastly expand the UA swimming program, he hit the recruiting trail so hard that he realized a younger coach without time-consuming outside interests was required to build the program sought. Fedosky found the perfect replacement in Sam Freas, who has begun to build the Razorback program into prominence in the SWC and the nation. The Freas training method of running and wheelbarrowing the stadium bleachers (a drill in which one swimmer grasps the other by the legs and forces his partner to walk the steps on his hands), constant weight work, and training twice daily improved the Flogs’ stamina. In preparation for the SWC meet, all the Razorbacks shaved their head and body hair to reduce body resistance and maximize speed. The team bettered its last year’s sixth-place finish by coming in third behind 23rd-year-in-a-row winner SMU and Texas. The team was lead by Mike Tammany of Wichita, Kansas. Tammany bested his 200-yard breaststroke by 0:05.5 to finish 2:04.5. In the photo-finish over SMU’s Mark Greenwood, Mike earned a trip to the NCAA Championship at Cleveland, Ohio. Swimming 215 Netters Get Their Day In The Sun Tennis 217 218 Tennis Razorback Tennis Becomes Top Attraction For the first time ever, the “azorback tennis team was ranked nationally in the top ten, moving 3s high as second. Buddy Bowman was r ated as the number 18 player in the college ranks by the Michelob Light Collegiate Tennis Standings, which are based on a system developed by the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association. Rick Cowden ranked in ® three way tie for 31st and Peter Hawking occupied the 38th spot. The Hogs again won the Wal-Mart Tennis Classic by capturing a phenomenal 43 out of 45 matches. The Porkers swept Oklahoma State, 18th ranked Pan American, and 12th ranked LSU, losing only to Clemson and Southern lllinois-Edwardsville. Before the largest Fayetteville crowd ever, the netters beat top rated SMU in the final doubles match over All-American Jai DeLouie and Jeff Turpin. The win over the Mustangs featured an unbelievable comeback in a marathon match, a forty minute dispute, and a sensational play by Ron Hightower. Coach Tom Pucci commented, “the wins meant three things. One, they proved we are a great team, both to ourselves and the team swe played. Two, they showed us that Rick Cowden can play at number 1 and three, they proved the strength of our doubles team. The team won over 20 games this year to bring nationwide respect to the Arkansas tennis program. Tennis 219 t ■ ' A I 11 W R W mm. Ife SE ? mmwk ’• ggjpjr Ai lYf V • n -. ' - ' ' ' - • ISP . . V;r, ' •;-; ;v-.v n .. A:- , " 33 S ■- ; ; |p£ Bgg y %• - ' ii " ' v agsara •« V.pt ZliM $$ ?$:£$$$? ii $$«» 220 Baseball Only one swing of the bat stood between the 1979 baseball Razorbacks and the NCAA Division I National Championship. Cal State rullerton, ranked third in the NCAA Ur ' ng the regular season, finally ended e Hogs’ dramatic drive for he coveted National Title with a ■1 victory in the final game, he champion ip game was truly a Pitching duel with a superb Performance by Arkansas’ Steve . Ue 9 er and Fullerton’s Dave Weatherman. The Hogs finished second in the outhwest Conference behind Texas nd were also second in the conference tournament won by Texas. e streaking Razorbacks gained an “ ' ■large berth in the NCAA East egional and won a slot in the ollege World Series at Omaha, by winning the regional with a 4-3 victory over Delaware in the final game. On their way to the College World anes championship game, the Hogs anded the Texas its first defeat in he series by a score of 9-4. The bhghoms had been ranked no. 1 in a nation during the regular season, ortstop Larry -Wallace, center anterfielder Kevin McReynolds, left fielder Marc Brumble and pitcher Steve Krueger were named to All College World Series team. The 1979 edition of Razorback baseball put together by far the finest season in the history of the University. Coach Norm DeBriyn’s program reached maturity with the first appearance ever in the College World Series. The team broke almost every individual and team record on their way to a 49-victory season, the most ever in a single season. Second baseman Johnny Ray led the assault on the recordbook setting new standards in most at-bats (235), most runs scored (55), most hits (77), most triples (12), total bases (129), runs batted in (47) and assists (171). Pitcher Rich Erwin set records for games pitched (124) and victories (13), Marc Brumble broke the record for most doubles (17). First baseman John Hennell and center fielder Kevin McReynolds tied the record for most home runs (8) and John Hennell also set a new mark for put outs (409). Steve Krueger completed the most games ever for a Razorback pitcher with 11. The fantastic season for the Razorback baseball team helped the University win its first ever SWC All-Sports Championship. The 1979 baseball season climaxed a truly remarkable year for the UA Athletic program which is now recognized as one of the finest overall programs in the nation. Coach DeBriyn’s program is based on beautiful George Cole Field, one of only three artificial surfaces fields in collegiate baseball. The program has been steadily approaching excellence the past nine years under DeBriyn’s guidance. The 1978 team finished second in the conference only a single game away from the championship. His teams have won nine seasons. Before his arrival, no Razorback team had ever won 20 games. Coach DeBriyn overcame the loss of the heart of his pitching staff and four of his top five hitters in 1978 and put together this outstanding team which captured the hearts of Razorback fans with their outstanding fielding, steady pitching, powerful bats, enthusiasm and dedication. Each player became known, respected and appreciated statewide through television coverage of the 1979 College World Series. Baseball 221 222 Baseball Baseball 223 224 Track Track — Another SWC Title For the first time in history, the Razorbacks won the Southwest Conference championship in track. The Hogs won the SWC indoor meet, held in ' he Tarrant County Convention Center ln Fort Worth, by out-pointing their nearest competitor, the University °f Houston by 21 points. Texas A M Placed third with 63 points. Senior All-American distance runner Mike Clark won the high point mdividual honors with 15 points by w jnning the mile run and running w inning legs on the two-mile and distance medley relay teams. For the meet the Hogs won 7 of 15 events. Arkansas coach John McDonnell said, “We didn’t make any mistakes. Our guys are pretty level headed individuals and they knew what they could do and went out and did it.” The biggest surprise of the meet was Tony Kastl winning the high jump. Kastl cleared the 7’2” mark for the SWC record. The relay teams in the distance medley and the two-mile both set SWC records. Clark, Mark Muggleton, Kenneth Perron, and Mark Anderson ran the distance medley to break the old record by 2 seconds. Clark, Randy Gaynor, Frank O’Mara, and Tom Camien won the two-mile, Pat Mitchell the 440 yard dash, Randy Stephens captured the 880 yard run, and Muggleton suffered the agony of the three mile run and came out on top. Mcdonnell attributes much of the success to having a team spirit on the track squad, something of a rarity for track athletes. “I didn’t think the championship would come this fast. We just have a great team spirit. We don’t have a lot of people but they all pull for one another. We’ve got super quality people who also are really as much for the team as they are for themselves.” Track 225 -.. i - UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS H O VIEN’S at eg 226 Women’s Sports Women’s Sports 227 UA Women’s Athletics You’ve Come A Long Way 228 Women’s Sports Women’s Sports 229 kkAkk»L: JUAittJU 230 Women’s Sports Women’s Sports 231 232 Sports Sports 233 234 Sports 11 — ■ r ' -i.r ;. Sports 235 Soccer Team: Front: Hudson Nwakanma, Doug Hamitlon, Samuel Harris, Ali Bagheri, Chris Madueke, Davar Khales, Danladi Inuwa. Back: Dariush Shafizadeh, Randy Smith, Andreas Enggano, Tom Webb, Geary Heinrich, John Berrey, Jeff Chandler, Desmond Cheng, Ayman Alkhadra, Ralph Franklin. 236 Club Sports Intramurals: For The Fun Of It The fiercest competition in UA ? hleti cs was not in football, not in asketball, not even in rugby. u Perior strategy, spirit, and action r ere all found in the Intramural ornpetition. The prize for success to e teams that competed in these fueling battles of strength and avvy was the reward of doing ornething not only exciting but fun. n the men’s basketball, the T , ' c ® rs of the Court defeated the Nuts for the Triple-A crown. The T-Team Machine finished first in the men’s Double-A playoffs ahead of Pomfret Funk. In the women’s basketball tournament, the Futrall Fumblers won in the residence hall division. Kappa Alpha Theta was the winner of the sororities, and the Baptist Student Union was in the independent division. Alpha Kappa Lambda were clear cut winners in the swimming competition with a total of 58 points. They finished ahead of the Has Beens, Phi Gamma Delta, and Kappa Sigma. Phi Mu won the womens swimming events, with Delta Delta Delta and the Travelers finishing second and third. In men’s track, Air Force edged by Army ROTC by half a point to win first place. In men’s water polo, the overall winner was the Water Buffaloes. Craig Edmondson served as the University Director of Intramurals. Intramurals 237 238 Intramurals Intramurals 239 ■3 IJF imr i T y ' S irim ' MW V ■, ! 240 Intramurals Intramurals 241 OUTDOOR RECREATION TRAVEL Chairman: Bryan Jeffrey Frank Allison Bill Baker Phil Baldwin Doug Dover Ann Hays Chairman: Kathy VanZandt Dee Gee Biggs Sandy Carlisle Allison Level David Nelson CELEBRITY SHOWCASE Chairman: Steve Aulds Matt Lovelace Kathy Martin Blake Murhpy Becky Payne David Pollard Norman Shivley Charles Weir Rick Reeves PERFORMING ARTS Chairman: Ellen English Becky Bell Doug Green Nancy Lim Kim Paladino Melissa Perdue Devon Ralls Vivian Reese Kay Smith Michael White Judy Boles Greg Hays Kara Bushkuhi Tim Blyth Michael Johns SPECIAL PROJECTS Chairman: Sherry Williams A.J. Brown Larry Butler Teresa Eberle Kayty Haugh Ray Oxenreider Linda Plemons Mark Ratcliff SYMPOSIUM Chairman: Tim Timmons Len Bellingrath Jim Cooper Mitchell Harper Susan Searcy Drew Speed Ollie White Cozette Woolfolk David Young Cindy Jesson Steve McDaniel Ray Oxenrieder 244 Organizations VISUAL ARTS Chairman: Bryan Hucke D-D. Dowden Darrell Hicks Brenda Joyce Rebecca Peters VIDEO TAPE Chairman: Crit Cooksey Beverly Bashman Ricky T. Deramas Steve Gilliland Paulette Weinstock Jay Zimmerman MINORITY PROGRAM Chairman: Cassandra Smith-Martin Brigette Coleman Dale V. Hamilton Janice Davis Carl Johnson Helen Hampton Hannibal Johnson Pat Lewis Odellivia Velina Watson eclectic films Chairman: Curtis Hendricks ar ' isa Clohecy Cary Hearne Susan Huckleberry Simone Killian Charley P en ix Curt Rom A ' ice Savage Alfrita Snowden Marlon Weems FOREIGN FILMS Chairman: Kathy Mandrell Ann Brittenum Eric Dodson Steve Gilliland Nancy Gould Jay Gwillim Curtis Hendricks Jonna Hussey Joe Jackson Deborah Liveley Debbie Nolan Robyn Rogers Jimmie Thomas Michael Watts Paulette Weinstock Gary Wilson Richard Young Organizations 245 Arkansas Union Governing Board: Left to Right: Don Burke (Program Director), David Gay (Economic Department), Maria Walker (Student-at-Large), Bob Barnes (Arkansas Student Union Director), John Rosso (Director Alumni Association), Frederick Toilette, Todd Holt (President-Program Council), Steve Joiner (ASG Representative), Not Shown: O.J. Rinnert (University Business Manager), William Harrison (English Department), Neal Smith (Student- at-Large), Doug Hunt (Program Council-Vice President). 246 Organizations e©(U)K!©D[L Left to Right: Pat Macky (minority program advisor), Frederick Toile tte (Union Governing Board, chairman), Steve Aulds (celebrity showcase), Don Burke (program director), Kathy VanZandt (travel), Ann Kittrell (program advisor), Bryan Hucke (visual arts), Curtis Hendricks (eclectic films), Doug Hunt, Kathy Mandrell (foreign films), Sherry Williams (special projects), Tom Timmons (symposium), Ellen English (performing arts), Todd Holt. Standing: Crit Cooksey (videotape). Not shown: Bryan Jeffrey (outdoor recreation). Right: Todd Holt-President Left: Doug Hunt-Vice President Organizations 247 Senators John Adams Mike Hawkins David Orr Kim Agee Leigh Ann Hesterly Sue Patton Andy Armen Nancy Higdon Steve Quillman Clay Bailey Nanci Hinds Scott Ramoly Kathy Bayley Todd Holt Teresea Reading Susan Bishop Regina Hopper Chea L. Redditt Barbara Blair Judy Howell David Reeves Mary Ann Bradley Tom Jackson Rick Reeves Randy Bridges Brian Jefferies Gene Reynolds Monini Chatrathi Hannibal Hohnson Carl Roberts Joe Childers Rex Johnson Laura Rodgers Ken Christian Ronald Kew John Rogers Candy Clark Jackie Laha Sharon Schaefer Joy Cleveland Allison Level Karen Shinn Jerry Cox Kathy Lockhead David Simmons Sherrie Creggett Bill Lonon Craig Smith Kevin Cunningham Stephen C. Lorenzo James V. Smith Charles M. Durland David Martin Jolene Smith Steve Eason Dan Matthews Steve Von Steen Julie Edie Denise May Charles Stutte Scott Emerson Beverly Matthis Kathy Sudduth John English Gerald W. McCollum Holly Turner Eric Ernst Marc McGuire Stephanie Valentine Charles Faulkner Laura McKinnon John Van Winkle David French Mike McSweeney Mark Walke. Charles M. Gardner Patty Minor Greg Wilking Richard Gordon Traci Morgan Daron Wilson Kathy Gore Melissa Morrow Barbara Womack Gail Gladden Ken Neece Jimbo Woods Steve Glaze Lester Niblock James Ward Young Camille Hall Mike Ocker Tom Young 248 Organizations Mark Kinion President Steve Joiner-Vice President Susan Hannah-Secretary Steve Metheny-Treasurer Organizations 249 Associated Student Government Steve Metheny, ASG Treasurer; David Young, Academic Affairs; Bill Lonon, Administrative Liaison; Teddy McMurray, Consumer Handbook; Susan Hannah, ASG Secretary; Phil Granderson, DPS Parking Lighting; Suzanne Hall, Community Affairs; Dion Coakley, UA Information; Kathy Dougherty, Community Affairs; Bruce Baird, Community Relations; Toney McMurray, Health Center; Mark Kinion, ASG President; Steve Von Steen, Administrative Assistant; Eric Ernst, Judicial Regulations; John Balir, Pro-Tempore of Senate; Clay Bailey, President ' s Assistant; Richard Gordon, Class Evaluation; Elaine Cunning, Research Director; Candy Clark, Student Affairs Director; Marcia Roles, Internal Research; Allison Level, Administra¬ tive Aide to Pres.; Barbara Womack, Political Affairs Director; Denise May, Voter Awareness; Charles Weir, Faculty Review; Steve Joiner, ASG Vice president; Mike Hawkins, Consumer Affairs Director; Greg Neislar, Comparative Research; David Stuart, Student Development Fund; Pat Lewis, President’s Administrative Aide; Dana Weber, Board of Trustees Committee; Ken Neece, Legislative Affairs; Mike Spades, Consumer Protection; Scott Emerson, Textbook Exchange; Chuck Hamilton, President’s Administrative Aide 250 Organizations Tau Alpha Upsilon (Residence Hall Honorary): Row 1: Patricia Minor (secretary), Ann Edwards (vice president), Mike Chastain (president), Elaine Cunning (treasurer). Row 2: Tim Scott, Fun Fong, Carol Carr, Richard Gordon. Row 3: Luann Rowton, Marybess Bryant, Colona Bostic. Row 4: Cliff Scoggins, Susan Bryant, Marcella Beuchley, Bill Doyle, George Rhodes. Row 5: Cecil Kildow. Organizations 251 252 Organizations This year saw Black Americans for Democracy venture in a new direction. This was most obvious in the group’s new name — Students Taking A New Dimension. The year also introduced the Miss Black U of A — competition — replacing Miss B.A.D. — as a part of Cultural Awareness Week — formerly Black Awareness Week. Organizations 253 National Senior Honorary: Front: Jack Bentley, Kathy Gore, Becky Swearin- gin, John Blair, Mark Kinion, Emily Roberts, Bill Gelfand, Steve Strickland, Diana Hawes, Denise May, Robin Hatfield, Pam House, Leigh Ann Hesterly, Cliff Scogins. Back: Phil Tacker, Helen Pascalle, Mrs. Sutherland, Fun Fong Kim Randall, Dr. Mary Cotton, Lee Ann Kirby, Kathy Vanzant, Ellen English, Becky Womack, Barbara Womack, Susy Stone, Angela Eason, Kathy Dudley, Rosalyn Scott, Billie Hess. 254 Organizations Collegiate-Future Farmers of America: Row 1: Doug Pett, Debbie March, Don Hubbell, David Price, Paul Ahrens (sentinel). Row 2: Dr. Braker (advisor), Steve Mudford, William Tapp, Jr. (reporter), Cindy Cooper, Ben Boyce, Ken Walden, J.E. Wadkins (treasurer). Row 3: Don Mason, Robert St. John, David Wise, Kim Martin, Denise Trotter (vice president), Kathy Parker, Susan McChristian, (secretary), Jeff Kirby (president). Row 4: Dr. Scanlon (advisor), Roy Barnard, Brett Elam, Kevin Rice, James Potter, Dennis Spurlock, Roy Slaughter, Ted Overturff, Steve Patton, Rick Bransford. Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honorary), Front: Cindy Steele, Janette Bratton (secretary), Joyce Voelkel (historian), Tammie Frances Frachiseur (vice president), Patricia Paas (publicity), Betty Ledbetter. Back: Melba Redditt, Dean Robert Roelfs, Frances Roelfs, Mrs. Othelia Paul, George Holcomb (counselor), Dee Anna Zachariason. Not shown: Larry M. Aaron, Michael Adams, Connie Allred, Barbara Anderson, Mrs. Tommie Baida, Sheila Bauman, Karen Lynn Black, Teresa Blagg, Kim Brake, Terri Bridges, Loretta Brock, Jan Brockmole, Linda Brown, James Bryan, Sandra Christopher, Cathy Colwell, Mrs. Denise Davidson, Debra Davis, Dovie Davis, John Dawson, Debroah Deason, Rebecca Dillard, Diane Duerr, Margaret Farrell, Lana Flanagan, Mrs. Connie France, Mrs. Audrey Giles, Kathryn Gore (president), William Graham, Lisa Gregory, Timothy Gunter, Suzanne Hall, Mrs. Joyce Haltom, Mrs. Debbie Harper, Mrs. Diane Hays, Holly Henry, Marci Henzi, Cathy Howard, Wayne Kelly, Ralph Hudson, Mrs. Lana Lufkin, Susan McConnell, David McKinney, Vicki Melde, Penny Pierce, Julia Price, Cynthia Ptak, Carolyn Ramey, Sandra Ransom, Kathleen Riggs, Pamela Roelfs, Gwen Rogers, Karen Rosso, Mary Sampson, Tamhra Sawyer, James Snow, Cynthia Stelle, Mrs. Mary Straub, Cynthia Stringer, Sheryl Sullivan, Karen Tester, Virginia Vafakos, Gael Vervack, Nancy Waite, Sheri Walker, Diane Watkins, Susan Westfall, Henry Wise, Dennis Wohlford, L. Camille Yancey. Organizations 255 Sophomore Honorary Society: Row 1: Janet Combs. Mohini Chatrathi, Patty Minor, Scott Emerson, Blake Murphy, Mark Schlesinger (president), Les Evetts. Ro 2: Johnice Cross, Melanie Wilson (secretary), Susan Jackson, Tracie Brewer, Steve McDaniel (treasurer). Kenny Lilly, Guy Hickman. Row 3: Trendle Scott, Tere- sa Reading, Sharon Johnson (vice president), Jeff MaX ' well. Row 4: Lisa Christian, Kim Arnold, Allison Level. Dwight Plunkitt, Glen Crosby. Row 5: Elizabeth Clark. Scott Cyrus, Steve Von Steen, Carl Johnson. Not pic¬ tured: Susan Hood, Mark Sutherland, Mark Bentley. 256 Organizations Society of Women Engineers: Front: Becky Womack, Dione Trumpp, Donna Musgrave (vice president), Amy Logan (president), Terri Scott (sec-treas). Middle: Bonnie Christy, Deva Hupaylo, Wendy Ehert, Susie Tucker, Kim Campbell. Back: Sharon O’Rourke, Beverly Matthis, Patti Campbell (industrial advisor), Dr. Walter E. Lefevre (advisor). Row 1: Robin Lyon, Mary Gillesie, Sharon Post, Ann Elizabeth Hays, Pattye Wilson, Laura Egan. Row 2: Gayla Cawood, Suzanne Hall (vice president), Rita Kim Greer, Natalie Bert, West Doss, Row 3: Kristen Seibert, Isabella Wofford, Cindy George, Mike Lax, Richard D. Roblee (president). Row 4: Susan Searcy (secretary), Pat Carrigan (treasurer), Charles Weir, Dion Coak- ley, Brian Findley, Robert Falge, Skip Ebel. Not pictured: Steve Joiner, Vivian Reese, Carol Brennecke. Organizations 257 Engineering Council: Row 1: Matt Yost, Murray Claassen, David Peary, Phil Tacker, Skipper Watkins, Carl Slover, Mike Siebenmorgen. Row 2: Beverly Matthis, Anne Lynch, Janice Womack, Kim Campbell, Susie Tucker, Zane Boatright. Row 3: Wayne Hachenburg, Scott Ramoly, Paul Strang, Greg Estep, Ray Jurcik, Betty Champion, Randy Bridges, Phillip Wade. Row 4: Rodney Sharp, Don Stewart, Joe Watson, Ace Ashmore, Richard Hamrick, Gary Sherwood, Greg Baltz, Charles Stewart, Gary Bennett, Ronald Stephens, Lewis Kreps. Officers: Skipper Watkins (secretary), Murray Claassen (president), Paul Strang (vice president), Ray Jurcik (treasurer). 258 Organizations American Society of Interior Decorators: Left to Right: Janet Nauin (sponsor), Toni Turley (secretary), Rita Paschal (publicity), Janis Hardin, Janan Jackson (historian), Helen Johnson, Pam McCutcheon (president), Becky Swearingen (vice president), Terri Marshall (treasurer), Karen Grayson, June Griffith, Martha Ann Huey, Karen Rose (sponsor). Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honorary). Row 1: Steve Strickland, Steve Killingsworth, Walter Wilson (president), Becky Womack, Terry Siebenmorgen. Row 2: Terri Scott, Ronnie Oakley, Billie Hess. Row 3: Nicki Mooney, Charles Stewart, Phillip B. Wade, Lyndon Smith, Mary Wallace. Row 4: Andrew Burnet, Robert Gaddy, Patti Christy, Dale Crane, Sharon O’Rourke. Row 5: Mary Gillespie, Eric Schmand. Richard Fish, Tim McKenzie, Cowper Chadbourn. Row 6: Mark Barton, Lewis Kreps, Kenny McLaughlin, Jerry Jessup. Row 7: Rick Derickson, Pat Keogh, Dr. W. D. Turner. Row 8: Blake Watkins, Saw Teong Ang, Pat Rooney, Dr. W. D. Brown. Organizations 259 American Institute of Chemical Engineers: Row 1: Robert Gaddy Row 2: Wayne Be- quette, Carl Slover, Raymond Riley, Ramon Beeler, Robert Gaddy’s Dog, Mike Chastain, Scott Hartman, Patti Christy. Row 3: Becky Womack, Joe Dole, Kathleen Copenhaver, Jean Jagger- son, Tom Spicer, Bill Shelden, Terry Alder, Kenney McLauglin, Russell Simkins, Matt Yost, Eddie Stephens, Amy Logon, Bettey Champion, Terry Scott, Carlos Reznicek. Row 4: Jeff Burnett, Don Comer, David Boyster, Abdue Taqui, Cynthia Pat Rooney, Walter Wilson, Tom Pierson, John Irby, Bob Heitzenriter, Gary Sherwood, Charles Weir, Richard Dickerson, Tina Phillips, Charles Stewart, Jack Dewailly. 260 Organizations Minority Assistants: Sitting: Natilie Hill, Isabella Wofford, Eric Holden, Carolyn Watson, Brenette Hughes, Anthony Lewis, Elfredi Phillips, Reuel Tims. Back: Micheal Woolfolk, Curtis Lewis. Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honorary), Front: Prof. S. E. Stephenson (advisor), David Hamilton, Mark Bluhm (vice president), Mary Wallace (secretary), Dan Bock, Blake Watkins (president), John Crockett, Gonzalo Arce. Back: Stephen Lorenzo, John English, Saw Ang, Robert Priest, Dale Crane, David Pittman, Matt Lovelace, Joe Watson, Joe Hill (correspondent), Russell Leath, James Champion (treasurer), Prof. W. D. Brown, Rick Derickson (secretary). Not pictured: Gary Barnett, Bobby Corbell, Richard Fish, Thomas Kiene, Bob Manning, Nicki Mooney, Mike Munson, Ronnie Oakley, John Tang, William Wilson, Patty Wright, Carl Dobbs, Prof. J. L. Gattis (advisor). Organizations 261 Omicron Delta Kappa (National Leadership Honorary): Front: Jan Radke, Debbie Romontio, Kathy Gore, Sherri Griffiths, Barbara Womack, Connie Allred (secretary), Becky Womack, Helene Paschell (treasurer), Suzy Stone, Diane Smith. Back: Tim Perry (president), Susan Talley, Emily Roberts, Vince Terrill, Johnny Brenner, Larry Troillett, Phil Tacker, Steve Eason, Pat Mika, Allen Buchanan (vice president), Currin Nichol, Cliff Synder, Julie Steele, Pam House, Kathy Kingrey, Ellen English. 262 Organizations M10RM QMBXUJ TW Front: Kathy Miller, Lori Roberson, Donna Poole, Kim Martin, Jeanine Beaty, Connie White, Susan McChristian,, Tammy Lavy, Jean Ana Fulcher, Leslie Shriver. Middle: Susan Bradford, Leslie McChris- tian, Phyllis Moore, Harry Cabaniss, Phillip Smith, , Lisa Laird, Jim Vincent, Blake Phillips, Rich Strain, Tommy Waters, Kevin Threlkeld, Donny Hubble, Andy Goins, Pete Piatte, , , , Homer Featherstone. Back: Kevin Moore, Jake Tabler, Paul Anhrens, Sam Tabler, Roy Barnard, Tom Tabler, William Brady, Charles Metz, David Samson, Phil Chaney, Red Smith, Noah Peek, Britt Elam, Bob Stevens, David Wise, Randy Smith, Eugene Cox. Phi Alpha Delta (Law Fraternity), Front: Roc Cadman, Debbie Burge, Victoria Weeden, Carol Roddy, Joyce Batchelor, Kelly Jennings. Middle: Lionell Owens, Rick Taylor, Jim Phillips, Jimmy Gary, Mike Jones, Duncan Culpepper, Reba Raffaelli, Sherri Cunningham, Marci Renaud, Steve Routon, Boone Nance, John Linger, Mike Ryburn. Back: Diane Sexton, Prof. Robert Fairbanks, Prof. George Skinner (advisor), Joe Benson, Tommy Thrash, Gary Hudson, David Gonzenbach, David McCormick, Randy Duncan, Rick Wade, Lee Douglass, Bill Mann, Richard Miller, Nancy Reid, Steve Cook, Richard Gaithrig ht, Curtis Hogue, Sam Heur. Organizations 263 Phi Beta Lambda (Business Honorary): Row 1: Barbara Byrd, Yvette Babb, Tina Eubanks, Phyllis Hoyle, Marcelyn Baldwin, Steve Pitcairn, Daniel Williams, Mitch Ober. Row 2: Kurt Nelson, Ann Stanfill, Steve Cruce, Rhonda Duke, Teresa Fields, Roger Morgan, Eugenia Bobo. Row 3: Dave Potter, Cindy Foster, Gaye Scott, Peggy Howard, Ron Byrd. Row 4: Syl Flores, Sandra McKay, Karen Ledbetter, Durrel Howard, Kenny Gilchrist. Row 5: Carol Regan, Christi McLaughlin, Donna Thomas, Don Livingston, Magigor White, Becky Clayton, Teal Johnson. Row 6: Steve Burch, Randy Wheeler, Steve Totler, Lindy Frizzell, Alison Hardegree, Maurice Crumbly. Row 7: Ron Cockmon, Rick Herren, Larry Wright, Tom Steele, Terry Howard, Alvin Dogan. State PBL Officers (above). Dave Potter (parliamentarian), Mitchell Ober (conference director), Steve Pitcairn (treasurer), Daniel Williams (vice president). Officers (right), Dave Potter (president), Roger Morgan (vice president), Barbara Byrd (secretary), Yvette Babb (treasurer), Marcelyn Baldwin and Kenny Gilchrist (reporters), Teresa Field and Phyllis Hoyle (historians), Steve Pitcairn (parliamentarian). 264 Organizations Blacks in Agriculture and Home Economics: Sitting: Vanessa Taylor (secretary), Larry Butler (report¬ er). Row 1: Brian Morgan, Carol Robinson (treasurer), Valorie Currie, Kathy Williams. Row 2: Dana May, Helen Johnson (president), Easter Holley, Diane Crockett. Row 3: Lisa Holloway, Rena McCall, Glendora Dixon, Avis Lane, Glenda Ranee, Larvinia Mays. Row 4: Bobby J. Mixon, Henry Gaston (vice president). Agricultural-Economics Club: Row 1: Kristi Bradford (vice president), Susan Kirk (sec-tres), Gary Safcsak (president). Row 2: Larry Holland, Gene Reynolds, Vicki Fitzgivens, Gene McCraw, Hal Hilman (AHESA rep), Row 3: Key Williams, Bob Shulstad (advisor), Steve Metheny, Tom Sheppard. Row 4: David Lovell, Mark King, Tom Sharp, Ken Bailey, Steve Bryles (reporter). Organizations 265 Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship: Front: Kenny Irizarry, Dennis Cranford (vice president), Greg Sadler, Jimmy Frye. Middle: Debbie Dodds, Gina Smith (sec-treas), Julia Riley, Mary Brown, Beverly Bell, Chuck Bell. Back: Tim Shepherd, Chuck Golden, Don Paul, Mike McClure (president), Jerry Norton, Rick Dacus (director), Steve Westbrook. 266 Organizations American Institute of Industrial Engineers: Row 1: Sharon O’Rourke, Rodney Sharp, Doug Bethea, Jack Bates, Phillip Wade, Patricia Rezhicek, Anne Lynch, Beverly Matthis. Row 2: Tom White, Beverly Wilson, Mark Cowling, Charles Findley, James Hiatt, Carlos Fernandez, Jamis Womack, Susie Tucker, Ace Ashmore, Ali Jasemian. Row 3: Greg Scott, Richard Hutchins, John Hargrave, Donna Musgrave, Kim Campbell, Massood Mehmandoost. Row 4: Paul Hines, Danny Forkner, Marty Watson, Tim McKenzie, Terry Baker, Dwight Smith, Prof. P.W. Stone, Brent Combs, Pete Mohler. American Society of Agricultural Engineers: Front: Dr. William Warnock (advisor), Donny Doss, Phil Tacker (president), Rich Rorex (scribe), Rodney Wright, Juan Estenssoro, Dwight Holloway (sec-treas), Prof. Billy B. Bryan. Back: Brian Morgan, Paul Acre (AHESA rep), Greg Baltz (Sr. Engine Council Rep), Bill Cooksey, Terry Siebenmorgen (vice president), Joe Serio. Organization 267 Agri Home Economics Student Association: Row 1: Phil Smith, Helen Johnson, Alan Hepler, Sandy Yates, Jerry Burkett, Kim Howard, Denise Henderson, Jeff Kirby. Row 2: Lori Reeves, Phil McKnight, Kim Lenihan, Phil Tacker, Helene Pascale, John Wilson, Becky Swearingen, Carol Roberson. Row 3: Kay Elmore, I. M. Sang, Jolene Lasley, Tom Shep¬ herd, Pam McCutcheon, Ralph Harris, Susan Bradford. Row 4: Christy Bradford, Hal Hillman, Brenda Erke, Steve Danforth, Carol Throop, David Martin. Row 5: Johnny Chism, Toni Hughes, Tom Tabler, Vicki Fitzgibbon, Gary Safscak, Marge Rockenhaus. Row 6: Keith Striegler, Susan McChristian, Nolan Arthur, Bethel Cunningham, Gordon Askew, Dale Brashers. Officers: Front: Helene Pascale (Queen), Kay Elmore (secretary), Christy Bradford (publicity chairman). Back: Gordon Askew (president), John Wilson (vice president), Marge Rockenhaus (treasurer), Kim Howard (editor of Agriculturalist). 268 Organizations Front: Hank Chaney, Johnny Wooley, Johnny Chism, Hugh Jacks, Steve Barnhart, Russell A. Wilkins, Ralph L. Harris Jr. (president), Mark Bainbridge, James R. Drewry. Back: Dina McLane, Eddie Brown, Chip Hankins, Eugene Terhune, Kay Elmore, Chuck Turchi, Lewis Chambliss, Wade Whistle, Lawrence Beaty, M. S. Offutt (advisor). Hong Kong Student Union: Front: Raymond Leung, Charity Fung, Millie Leung, Dr. Bellows (advisor), Peter Young, Charles Christopher, Back: Desmond Cheng, (president), K. T. Wong, Philip Mak, Timothy Chan, Simon Yeung, Wai-Ming Chan, Joshua Sin, Daniel Ho, Joe Cheung, John Lau, Paul Ching, Dennis Mak. 269 Organizations H® ISSUE) kmkyv “More beer” was the order of the day when the Bored Martyrs gathered. Members of this “prestigious” organization took time out from their rigorous schedules to discuss the “pressing” social issues of the day. Members consisted of junior and senior women from the sororities on campus. Projected activities for the fall include “tapping” of new members and a beer can recycling service project. 270 Organizations Association for Women Students: Row 1: Janelle Diffin, Robyn Rogers, Cindi Cleveland, Barbara French, Melba Redditt, Alina Fernandez, Barbara Byrd. Row 2: Lisa A. Worst (secretary), Ann Wardlow, Teresa Reading, Liz Bazley, Sharon Schaefer, Janet Bayles, Molly Saxon, Ann Anderson. Row 3: Susan Bishop, Cathy Garrison, Kerrie Ann Mayes, Karen Fischer. Row 4: Sharon Tiger (advisor), Anita Elliott (vice president), Sharon Heldt (president). Left to Right: Tim Perry (secretary), Steve Wade (social Chairman), George Makris (president), Bebo Penick (chm. endowment fund), Matt Spencer (boy), Wade Plunkett (vice-president), David Young (pres, alumni assoc.), Bill Chevallier (rush chairman), Bob Sawyer (keeper of mystic worm), Tom Pugh (director of security), Don Perkins (music coordinator), Joe Hurst (treasurer), John Townsend (athletic director). Not pictured: Mike Baskin, Mike Pollock, Howard Hurst. Organizations 271 Marketing Club: Front: Janet Rogers, Danny Treat, Jan Poole, Jim Barnes, Charita Adkins, Doug Gearhart, Jerry Carter, Terry Norman, Dale Schimmel, Lisa King, Gary Pierce, Greg Barnes, Karen Rutledge, Bruce Erickson. Middle: Alayna Bye, Barbara Byrd, Janelle Diffin, Nita Groth, Mike Casey, Ann Bookout, Mary Kay Hester, Joe Templeton, Gary Treat, Frank Turman, Ralph Smith, Mary Helen Sherman, Keigh White. Back: Chrysi Black, Georgianna Meek, Vicki Robinson, Steve Delaney, Bonnie Nicholson, Doug Swink, Gail Brogdon, Lynn Hamilton, Susan Flournoy, Dan Nunley, David Dudley, Sandra Huenefeld, Tom Elser, Rachel Swan, David Hamilton, Vicky Morgan, Terry Felts, Robert Davis i w: F s - 4 i 1 T M I i ' 1 r 1 1 4 f I V 1 V 1 i Lj 1 X •si L A n •V L Lr 5 . 3 r W ' -• b » y % 1 yV fa h . . ' .-9. , 1 L I - V • 1 rtf ; y 0- ■ ■« a - mm w W ’ zhfSm r if “ : - Officers: Front: Nita Groth (secretary), Gail Brogdon (president). Back: Gary Treat (vice president), Tom Elser (vice President). 272 Organizations Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting Honorary), Row 1: Woody White, Kim Palladine, Kay Dillahunty, Debbie Roberts, Terea Mayo, Marcia Bean, Kelly Keisner, Alice Farmer. Row 2: Karen Cagle, Donna Wilson, Debbie Swab, Sandra Poore, Vickie Normile, Kathy Chivers, Jeany Fetzer, Susan Leeton, Sherri Hays, Kara Bushkuhl. Row 3: Bill Doyle, Danny Hudson, Dennis Sbanotto, Vince Terrill, Terry Dean, Cecil Kildow, Mike Blalock, Russell Barber, Dayton Lierley, Mark Conrath. Row 4: Dan Brooksher, Brent Rowley, Jack Bentley, Lyle Justice, Jim Vawter, Scott Melton, Mike McTavish, Ken Kramer, Van Martin, Daul Paul, David Sparkman, Jay Morgan. Phi Upsilon Omicron (Home Economics Honorary), Row 1: Anita Dickman, Brenda Erke (president), Toni Hughes (treasurer). Row 2: Angela Eason, Marissa Wells, Helen Johnson (recording secretary), Karin Williams (vice president), Vicki Price (librarian), Sandy Yates (corresponding secretary), Cecily Makowski. Row 3: Denise Henderson, Jan Dillard, Mona Featerston, Mary Sugg, Carmen Tate, Karen Jarvis (reporter), Dr. Mary Burton (advisor), Kim Lenihan, Romona Duncan, Karen Swink, Logan Goodwin. Row 4: Becky Swearingen, Theresa Reed, Kathy Williams. Organizations 273 Among the most notorious parties in the West, the natives of FIJI Island — actually from nearby Lindell — this year bput together their annual two-day extravaganza bearing the name of their homeland. The highlight for some might have been the Island Princess conjntest; for others, their high point might have been the start of festivities on Saturday night. For all, the worst part came Sunday morning when it was all over — well, almost. 274 Organizations Pi Kappa Sigma (Social Fraternity): Members: Jeff Bailey, John Beneke, Mark Bonnel, Randy Box, David Brown, Jim Brown, Eric Brauker, James Bunch, Charlie Cash, Flint Davidson (pledge trainer), Mark Davidson (vice president), Bill Frye, Kevin Gibbons (secretary), Tim Hall, Wes Hasty (treasurer), Ronnie Hendrickson, Randy Jenkins (historian), Kary McKelvey, Vernon Mitchell, Gregg Parker (sargeant at-arms), John Pitts, Bobby Pryor, Steve Smith, Jimmy Stewart (chaplain), Bob Tyhurst, Danny Wages, Robin Walker (president), Burt Wilkinson. ■ 4 ? XL w ■ " Wjk Organizations 275 Kappa Kappa Psi (Men’s Band Honorary), Tau Beta Sigma (Women’s Band Honorary). Row 1: Sara Skinner, Monica Squyres, Leisa Dodson, Sheila Byrd, Ann Stanfill, Stephanie Hines, Holly Park, Jeanne Parnish, Nancy Fore, Debbie Miller, Kay Pennington, Judy Sims. Row2:G lenn Gish, Gloria Hopkins Molly Skinner, Laura Sager, Kim Baker, Denise Richards, Jim Sparks, Mike Fry, Betty Fields, Cheryl Miller, Maureen Fox, Janice Crumpton, Kathy Keaney, Irene Calcote. Row 3: Bob Dodson (president), Randy Rauh, Joel Clark, Tony Logue, Glenn Barnes, Russ Robinson, Mike Brown, Paul Teague, Steve Corley, Ed Draughon, Jon Brard, Mike McLarty, Otis Robinson, Shawna Neill, Jana Janzen, Mary Jane Douglas. Row 4: Chalon Ragsdale, Mitchell Burham, Elden Janzen, Robert Burnham, Allen Fields, Alan Clack, Tom Cannady, Rich Rauh, Randy Green, Roy Vestal. Dennis Williamson, Larry McTaggart, Steve Cox, Barry Bryan. Row 5: John Baker, Tom Spicer, Loyd Price, David Stoner, Jim Stone, Randy Clevenger. 276 Organizations American Home Economics Association: Row 1: Karen Jarvis, Teresa Loudermilk, Jolene Lashley (president), Lila Hagemann. Row 2: Vanessa Taylor, Joe Lynn Bradley, Ramona Duncan, Kim Lenihan. Row 3: Michelle Loudermilk, Susan Cisson, Dorothea Jeske, Teresa Reed. Row 4: Ellen Humphreys, Liz Jones, Helen Johnson, Carol Robinson. Row 5: Debra Humphreys, Rebecca Wisley. Horticulture Food Science Club: Left to Right: Peter Chu, Susan Stephenson, Will Cone, Roger Horn (vice president), Kurt Weise, Wanda Gore (sec-treas), Mark Kinion, Marilyn Twogood, Keith Striegler, Otto Oswald, Dr. Robert Davis (advisor), Daniel Melendez, Dr. William Sistrunk. Organizations 277 Sigma Delta Chi (Society of Professional Journalists). Front: Jacke Dramis, Kandy Power (treasurer), Kim Knight (president), Louis Light, Pam Reich, Larry Morse, Jim Harris, Elsa Beneke. Middle: Martha Thornton, Michele Barre, Patricia Amason, Charla Knowles, Dalana Hudgins. Back: Kathy Mathes, Tom Cooney, Mary Lee Hewitt, John Peace, Harold Miller, Geneice Yates, Guy Leopard, Mark Remes, Carl Yates, Dr. Bill Ingenthron (advisor), David Taylor. 278 Organizations Alpha Zeta (Agriculture Honorary): Members: Samuel Allen, Gordon Askew, Greg Baltz, Mark Bainbridge, Hollice Belk, Bradford Black, Willard Bratton, Donald Bumgarner, Jerry Burkett, Barry Burns, Bella Cairns, Johnny Chism, Jackie Davis, Charles Dixon, Donald Dowdle, James Drewry, Rebecca Dunn, Kay Elmore, Kendall Faulk, Wanda Gore, Don Hicks, Roger Horn, Ginger Howard, Jeff Judkins, Mark Kinion, Jim Kirkland, Lisa Laird, Robert Leach, Christine Lobsinger, Gus Lorenz, Marcia McKinney, Debra March, Robert Mercer, Steve Metheny, Charles Miesner, Joe Pagan, Ricky Perry, Charles Pickle, Mathew Reed, Wes Ritter, Emily Ritter, Bob Roberts, Joseph Scribner, Susan Searcy, Marsha Sharp, Rick Short, Terry Siebenmorgan, Caron Smets, Phillip Smith, Keith Striegler, David Swayne, Phil Tacker, Alan Thompson, Carol Throop, Necia Tomboulian, Denise Trotter, Kurt Wiese, Thomas Williams, John Wilson. 0 Organizations 279 Arkansas Booster Club: Officers: Lewis Taylor (president), Mark King (vice president), Michelle Cockerell (secretary), Denise Little (treasurer), Trade Brewer and Terry Shuman (publicity chairmen). Members Honey Adams David Cain Randy Farless Nancy Allbright Mike Calhoun Jamie Fawler Chris Anderson Pam Campbell Gregg Fisher Nan Andrews Jana Carey Mary Fox Kim Arnold Scott Carter Susan Gilbert Pat Arthur Laura Cassaday John Goodson Scott Atkinson Hugh Chalmers Janet Goss Bill Bailey Jill Chapman Sarah Griggs Sandy Bailey Elizabeth Clark Cindy Gualtney Beverly Basham Cockerell Michelle Tammy Gutzman Jerry Berkett Mick Coleman Jeff Harriston Taun Berry Tipton Cook Ann Hays Judy Boles Mark Counce Lawson Hembre Rebecca Bone Cary Cravens Todd Holt Greg Bowers Cathy Cravens Cathy Hortsell Fletcher Bransford Jan Cross Francis Huey Tracie Brewer Linda Cross Dave Hughas Bob Buddig Susan Davis Kay Ingram Tim Buddig Dana Dickerson Joe Itz Candy Bullington Suzanne Doss Ricky Johnson Cathy Cahan Mary Lynn Ederington Jana Jones Mark King Mary Morgan David Robinson Kathy Koontz Melanie Morgan Jim Roles John Krim Barney Morris Leslie Roper Keith Jones Lynn Mossesso Terry Shuman Brenda Kelley Lisa Musser David Smith Kitty King Mike Myers Cindy Steidham Bobby Lambert Lester Niblock Suzi Stone Lisa Lambert Allyn Overholta Charlotte Taylor Martha Leisman Jay Patterson Lewis Taylor Denise Little Tina Phillips Kelli Quinn Jeannie Lynch Mike Porter Kirk Van Sickle Lynn Mahone Sharon Post Mike Verucchi Tim Marconi Arthur Pruitt Tim Washington John Marconi Laura Randall Carol Wasson Janice McDermott Leigh Randall Jeannie Weeks Keith Mercer Lyn Randall Wade Whistle Gary Mertins Mark Ratcliff Flip Whitner Allison Miller Phil Reginelli Lisa Woods Denise Miller Susan Rinehert Jan Young Cindy Modisette Jay Ritchie Tom Young 280 Organizations All-Student Judiciary Board: Front: Erin Halford, Ken Neece, Sandy Brown, Bobby Pryor. Back: Dana Dickerson, Kathie Laws, Mark Lowery, Kevin Cunningham, Terry Cartwright. Jim O ' Hern. Not pictured: David Love. (National Honorary and Service Organization): Row 1: Jeame Fetzer. Adele Kittrell, Susan Bryant. Jack Bentley, John Wilson. Row 2: Pam House, Phil Tacker. Row 3: Suzanne Hall, Kathy Gore, Steve Joiner. Row 4: Nan Andrews. West Doss. Row 5: John Brenner (president), David Craig. Cliff Cordes, Dion Coakley, Don Burke. Row 6: Rick Roblee, Jim Render, Chuck Rogers. Pat Mika, Todd Holt. Row 7: Steve Eason, Skip Ebel. Pat Carrigan, Allen Buchanan. Joe Robbins. Row 8: David Nelson, John Allen, Paul James, Tim Perry Organizations 281 Arkansas Engineer Magazine: Left to Right: Beverly Matthis, Randy Hugen, Anne Lynch (editor), Paul Vinson, Brian Haring. 282 Organizations Board of Publications: Front: Buddy Johson Traveler editor), Steve Strickland (sen¬ ate — chairman), Charla Knowles. Back: Bill Hughes (director of information), Dr. Harry Marsh (head of journalism department), Bob Barnes (director of the union), Mike Spades (senate), James Ezell (assistant business manager), Jeff Browne (Razorback business manager), Paul Strang (Razorback editor). Organizations 283 1979 RAZORBACK Staff 1. Jeff Browne, Business Manager 2. Linda Bedford, Organizations Editor 3. David Nelson, Greeks 4. Paul Strang, Editor 5. Staff 6. Barry Bryan, Sports Editor 7. Bill Pullen, activities 8. Kirk McDonald, photographer 9. Sheri Walker, photographer 10. Kim Sanders, Chief Photographer 284 1979 Razorback 1979 Razorback 285 286 1979 Razorback Photographers Sheri Walker Kim Sanders, Chief Photographer 979 Razorback 287 ARkANSAS .TRAVELER STAff BD0DY JOHNSON editor Arkansas Traveler jack ocwinuev « 3 .«i »»». »? PAM REICH featw AUSiNi: $rf g% I tvf FS 3 ta Pat Ta»«t Cynthia Howell Bill lei»» Kxntiy Power Lenry Mc m e ideals for a share in a movie and stories to gullible college studem eglected this joi Segregation . , but t A member of one black frat could make it through the pledc be accepted, regardless of his The problem, this active said, “is getting through.” He was asked if his fraternity would push the white pledge harder than it would other pledges. " It all depends on which member is pledging the guy,” he answered. " Some might, some might not.” The active said that when the fraternity rushes a person, regardless of color, the members are look¬ ing for ways that person can help the fraternity. " We w ant to know if this person is sincere,” he said " we push all of our pledges hard; we might push the white guy harder,” Nudie E. Williams, a black UA assistant professor of history and sociology, was asked about the Traveler Staff: Front: Greg Owens, Marilyn Crouch, Buddy Johnson, Jeanie Sharp. Back: Tim Deaton, Bruce Castleberry, Mark Remes, Melissa Upchurch, Pam Reich, Kendall Pate, Geniece Yates, Dan Reed, Louis Light. Buddy Johnson Editor Op Ed Let it bleed... The campus United Fund Drive is asking each student to donate 50 cents to the fund. What better donation could a student make, because money collected will go to financially needy United Way Agencies in the Fayetteville area. This pledge can be each student’s way of helping those In need. Last year the student goal for the drive was $5,000, the same as this year. But students evidently neglected an opportunity to sup- Such a total in comparison with the goal isn’t the least bit grand, A United Fund Dr » ic hotrt »ar h te or October 5, 1978 Opinion on this page is solely that of th£ writer. It does not necessarily reflect the attitude of the administration of the UA or of the Traveler staff. The Traveler reserves the right to edit letters to the editor for space and grammatical correctness. To be printed, a letter must be signed by the author and should have a phone number on it. Names are withheld upon request. ir E m ti it’s of l rapt )n 1 icip; Dici smo re the 10! f. w th icip- w ' }$ Ei risti ays d b ikec Iso in e ii etin is neeoea to convince opposing sides this theory may by true. a lot of beer. Now I believe him. Two full pages of beer ads in the the tires. Then I walk through The article had interviews on-campus student parking lots from several University officials wuimeiy Mel Henson, Advertising Manager should not have parking lots on dent to be aware that our Jack Bentley, Business Manager around the residences they live been preserved for us to either Dan Reed. Sports Editor campus student parking lots. Sincerely reserved (these should only be Ray Oxenreider. By Giles T,Oo«07 m.i I ' M pQMCM Arkansas Traveler 289 Departmental Editors: Left to right: Mark Remes (managing editor), Dan Reed (sports editor), Greg Owens (photography editor), Buddy Johnson (editor), Pam Reich (entertainment editor), Louis Light (news editor), Charlie Allison (production manager) 290 Arkansas Traveler KUAF Radio 291 MILITARY AFROTC AROTC Cadet Staff: Left to Right: Beverly Evans, Ron Sharp, Ed Addison, Ricky Willis, Don Bingham. Not pictured: Richard Price. 292 Military AFROTC Staff AFROTC Staff: Left to Right: COL Floyd D. Wood, MAJ Paul F. Wengert, CPT Gary M. Lueggers, CPT Herman B. Cox, Jane Young. Staff NCO’s — AFROTC: left to right: SGT Mike Dixon, TSGT Larry Lames, MSGT Gene Gulley. Military 293 First Squadron 294 Military Second Squadron Military 295 Arnold Air Society idtitt iiiflfi Angel Flight AFROTC Seniors: Front: Beverly Evans, Ron Sharp, Matt Reed, Don Ricky Willis, Ken Holland, Jim Steele. Not Pictured: Bob Corrado, Bob Bingham. Back.Dewey Magar, John Lohmann, Pat Vaughan, Ed Addison, Hartley, Jim Henderson, Richard Price. AFROTC Juniors: Front: Lisa Haverkamp, Debbie Johnson, Kathy Baley, Lionel Owens, Doug Acklin, Joe Abbott, Mike Rogers, Carl Nagel, David Pat Allen, Tom Simpson, Mike Tribble. Bac c.Tony Johnston, Mark Pozzi, Williams, Glenn Kinder, George Holaway. Not Pictured: Paul Scott. 298 Military “Army ROTC at the University of Arkansas is in the midst of an exciting growth and development period. Enrollment increased over 300 percent this year and the introduction of the Army Big 5 added new excitement and adventure to the ROTC program. The highlight of the year was the receiving of the Commander’s Trophy for finishing first among more than 100 schools at the Fort Riley Advanced Camp.’’ ®dre Staff: Front: CPI Charles Fetterolf, LTC James Buckner, CPT Donald Mason. Back: SSG Ronny Blackmon, MSG David Voss, SFC Arthur McClendon, Richard Reilley. Military 299 Razorback Brigade Captures Commander’s Trophy 1st out of 118 schools PMS Lt Col. Buckner, Col. Abramowitz, President Bishop, Brigade Comm C Col. Rickey Rife. MS IV Class: Front: Matt Goff, Tom Lefler, Tony Hammond, Larry Raney, Rick Fife, Mary Tomlinson, Tim Broughton, Joe Dunn, Dan Sloan, Mark Cowling. Back: Harvey Sweet, Jim Walker, Bob Overton, George Covert, Larry Burns, Jerry Burnes, Wayne Dodrill, Charles Durlina. Richard Koone. 300 Military Kadettes The “beauties of the brigade” were tapped in the fall and also in the spring in traditional ceremonies. Among various ac¬ tivities was a Haloween party for underprive- leged children, visits to the VA Hospital, re¬ presenting the U of A in St. Louis for College Day, and much, much more. Sheila Burns, Lisa Raney. Michele Rife, Carol Cooper, (Commander), Tanya McCollum, Marcia Roles, Judi Herrin, Janet Wood, Cindy Buckner, Carol Hubbard, Delie Ivey, Sharon Loveland, Kimbell Ward, Colonel Buckner. ROTC students ranked in the top percent of both academic and ROTC classes are members of Scabbard and Blade. Jim Harrison, Mark Garnman, Al Green, Frene Harrison, Mary Tomlinson, Rickey Rife, Charles Durland, Dan Sloan, Mat¬ thew Goff, George Covert, Don Walker, Tom Lepler, Harry Ranney. Scabbard And Blade Military 30 Color Guard George Covert, Craig Bond, Jim Harrison, Sean Easter, Frene Harrison. Genny Wrape, sophomore Chi Omega, is escorted through the military arch after having been tapped for Kadettes. Selected wom¬ en are tapped in the Fall each year at their residences. This was the first year for Spring tapping. 302 Military Sarny Morris, Bill Stocker, Gary Schall, Bob Baker, Jay Johnson, Bruce Baker. Roger Harris, Dan Sloan, Doug Walker, Craig Bond, Rickey Rife, John Howe, Daron Wilson. Rangers Mark Garimann, Richard Koone, Don Walker, Tony Hammond, Kent Judy, James Gordon, Daron Wilson, Dennis Stephens, Roger Harris, Sam Reilley, Al Green, Kirk lller, Calvin Kinnaird, Charles Durand, Lawrence Gruss, Sean Easter, Jim Harrison, Larry Ranney. Military 303 Army ROTC Takes The Class Out Of The Class Room 304 Military Run To Austin Governor David Pryor inaugurated our “run to Austin” by throwing the football from the steps of the Capitol. The Governor also gave a proclamation to be carried to Texas commencing this week as “Beat Texas” week. An energetic group, the Army ROTC, showed their loyalty to the Razorbacks when they literally ran a football down to the Arkansas-Texas game in Austin last fall. Both may¬ ors of Texarkana met the runners at the state line with words of encouragement as they continued their journey day and night. After 517 miles, 68 hours, and blistered feet, the group arrived at their destination only to be disap¬ pointed by the game’s final score. Military 305 iNTeRFKATeRNiiy couNciL Officers: Left to right: Scott Irwin (rush chair¬ man), Chuck Rogers (vice president), Paul Acre (president), Frank Wehr (assistant rush chair¬ man), Randy Strickland (treasurer), Glenn Cros¬ by (secretary). Row 1: Paul Acre, Chuck Rogers, Randy Strickland, Glenn Crosby. Row 2: Gary Bauman, Alan Buchanan, Tracy Holmes. Row 3: Mark Schlesinger, Johnny Booth, Charlie Gardner. Row 4: Ken Harrell, Mike Hunter, Scott Irwin, Bill Bailey, Jack Newsom. Row 5: Frank Wehr. Row 6: Mike Glass, Chuck Peacock, Blake Phillips, Mark Wilson. Row 7: Paul James, Charlie Pickle. Row 8: Steve Peary, Tom Young, Mike Myers, Jeff Hairston, Greg Lamford, Steve Fike. 308 IFC pANbeLLeNic COUNCiL Members: Michelle Adcock, Natalie Bert, Melissa Campbell, Angela Eason, Kathi Ellis, Gina Fotioo, Cathy Hastings, Cindy Hosey, Betsy Killebrew, Lisa Lambert, Vicki More, Angela Mosely, Susan Schakel, Debbie Swab, Pattie Wilson. Officers: Cindy Carroll (president), Deb¬ bie Turner (vice president), Roslyn Scott (secretary), Georgia Perchan (treasurer), Lisa Lambert (public relations director), Kristen Seibert (rush chairman), Sharon Tiger (advisor). Panhellenic 309 FRCShMAN FRATCRNITy COUNCIL Members: Lynn Andres, Lindley Arnette, Susan Aycock, Nancy Breckinridge, Amber Bright, Mary Bringle, Lori Campbell, Sheila Castlebury, Kim Danehower, Michelle Forshberg, Debbie Gold, Mary Ann Higgs, Bobby Jennings, Susan Knoll, Helen Ann Lewiston, Susan Loeschner, Nancy Loyd, Kym McDonald, Margaret McLarty, Kelly Mitten, Sally Murphy, Sarah Oliver, Elfredia Phillips, Margie Presley, Carol Sefferns, Lori Stewart, Anne Thiessen, Deborah Wilson, Suzanne Yates. FRCSbMAN SORORiry COUNCIL Members: Grant Downer, Jerry Friend, Damian Gerke, Jacky Hancock, Rick Holmes, John James, Kirk McDonald, Vance Mitchell, Scott Schlesinger, Ward Seibert, Wade Whistle, Mark Wolf, Jay Yancy. 310 FSC FFC ORt eR OF OMCQA ow 1: Kathy VanZandt, Jill Cowan, Sherri Griffiths, Leigh Ann Hesterly, Pan ouse, Debbie Turner, Ellen English, Mel Henson. Row 2: Carol Wallace, Jay Bonds, Becky Swearingen, Billie Hess, Dianne Smith, Elizabeth Puddephatt, Pender. Row 3: David French, Vince Terrill, Lisa Hartje, Angela Eason, Tim Perry, Gary Bauman, Suzy Stone, Kathy Kingrey. Row 4: Randy Strick¬ land, Chuck Rogers, Phil Tacker, Dow Stough, Johnny Brenner, Alan Bu¬ chanan, Pat Mika. Order Of Omega 311 312 Greeks Greeks 313 314 Greeks Greeks 315 1 u Cathy Agan, Sarah Albert, Melissa Andrews, Aleatha Bailey, Amy Berry, Jane Bond, Kristi Bradford, Nancy Breckenridge, Barbara Byrd. Lisa Caperton, Carlon Carson, Mary Carter Teresa Carter, Sheila Castleberry, Susan Davidson. Julie Elledge, Ann Elliot, Vicki Fitzgibbon, Kim Forrest, Liz Garner, Susan Gilbert, Carol Goodman. Kathy Gore, Janet Gorrell Sherri Griffiths, Vicki Hackler. Lori Harman, Pam Harman, Sherry Haynes, Angie Hegeman, Denise Henderson, Beth Henry, Jamie Hill, Karen Howard, Carol Hubbard. Kay Ingram Cindy Jarvis, Linda Joyce, Cindy King, Susan Knoll, Merri Krim, Lisa Lambert. Sharon Loveland, Robin Lyon, Beth Mann, Sharon MacDonald. Ann McCreery. Janis McDermott Kay McHenry, Teresa Merritt, Alison Miller, Laura Moore, Karen Mullins, Karen Nicko, Christy Owens, Carole A. Rebsamen, Susan Rebsamen, Melinda Rice, Leeann Riley, Cindy Rushing Cindy Seaton, Kyle Sibley, Susie Sink. Renee Smith, Anne Stallcup, Liz St. Martin, Kathy Sudduth, Debbie Swab, Betsy Tapley, Charlotte Taylor, Becky Terfell. Tracy Thompson Carol Throop, Diane Todd, Kim Trammel, Melissa Upchurch, Betsy Voshall, Jeannie Weeks. Connie Works, Vicki Yanak, Sally Young 316 AAU Delta Delta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi had a very active year at the University of Arkansas. The entire chapter joined whith Phi Delta Theta Fraternity in a 24-hour rock- a-thon which raised over $2,000 for the United Fund. The pledges sold concessions at the Red White basketball game which was sponsored by the friends of Youth, a Boy’s Club organization. The money raised went to buy a new scoreboard for the Boy’s Club gymnasium. Cookies were also sold by the pledges to raise money for the Diabetes Drive. Kay McHenry was the ADPi representative in the Sigma Nu Fraternity Daisy Mae contest for Sadie Hawkins. In the Serpent Queen contest for the Sigma Nu Relays, Vicki Yanak placed third in the sorority beauty competition. Susan Knoll was the ADPi entry for Miss Sorority Pledge Queen. Melinda Rice was the contestant for Miss U of A. Melinda was also chosen was head majorette of the U of A squad with Kay McHenry as her assistant. ADPi’s also served as Fiji Island Princess and Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Lambda, and Alpha Gamma Rho Sweethearts. Various members were active in Omicron Delta Kappa, Cardinal Key, and Mortar Board, and Sherri Griffiths was selected Greek Woman of the Year at the Order of Omega Banquet April 8th. AAn 317 Samuel Allen David Branscum Jerry Burkett Mark Drake Rory Grams Mark King Steve Metheny Charles L. Metz Charles Peacock Dale Roberson Ricky Strain Wake Whistle 318 AGR Deriving its main organizational strength from the fact that each member is studying in a related field of agriculture, Alpha Gamma Rho has the ability to offer a common background to all its brothers and thereby strengthen itself. Membership in organizations were numerous, with several members in Alpha Zeta, while Jerry Burkett served as chancelor of this organization; Jerry Burkett and Tom Sharp were elected Who’s Who in Agriculture Colleges; Mark King was a member of Cardinal Key and vice president of Arkansas Booster Club. Steve Metheny served as Associated Student Government treasurer. Arp 319 Rhonda Bell Joy Dillard Anita Elliot Jeanette Ferguson Helen Hampton Dionne Harold Teresa Laney Cassandra Martin Angela Mosley Mary Parker Elfredia Phillips Maria Walker Valencia Walker Carolyn Watson Isabella Wofford Mary Parker Anita Elliot Dionne Harold Angela Mosley Valencia Walker Maria Walker Jeannette Fergusson Dr. Margaret Clark Preside Vice Presided Recording SecretaO Corresponding SecretaO Dean of Pledges Treasure 1 Dean of Pledge 1 - AdvisO 1 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded on January 15, 1908 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. It was the first predominately Black female Greek-letter organization. It presently has over 75,000 members in the United States and Africa. The Kappa lota Chapter was granted a charter on March 20, 1976. Alpha Kappa Alpha’s main goal is to be of service to all mankind. This year, Dionne Harold served as hea‘ of the U of A Pom-Pon Squad, Cassandra Martin was vice presiden t of Students Taking A New Dimension and chairman of Minority Programs, Anita Elliot served as vice president of the Association for Women Students, Sharron Johnson was a member of Cardinal XXX, and Isabella Wofford was a member of Cardinal Key- AKA 320 Tracy Holmes Curtis Lewis Marlon Weems Michael White Cleotis Wilder Alpha Phi Alpha. Fraternity was founded on 19.06 at Cornell UnrSefig in Ithaca; New York. The ' UniversijjjnSf Arkansas chapter was chartered April 27, JI975 and the house is located at 477 Razorback Road. This was a very active year for Alpha Phi Alpha — they were the winners of two firsfpiade trophies for (Sreek Show Performances (to capture the attention of potential pledges). The fraternity participated in a basketball game with radio station KKEG fc diabetes, had a Valentines Day carnation sale, and sponsored an for community children. Alpha Phi Alpha hosted the y for Ain’t Supposed to Death, and participated in High’s Black Awarenes " re embers ot Alpha Phi Alpha were active in Mortar Board, Phi Eta Sigma, and Alpha4lambda Delta. They also participated in Sig Ep Fite Nite and were active in the various Interfraternity Council activities. A$A 321 Frank Audesirk Justin Capers Alan Casby Tim Collins Kenny Daniel James Evans Tom Frey Mitchell Hicks Richard Johnson Steve Ledbetter Larry Low David Mayo Mark McSweeny Alan Moore Terry Sapp Gordon Voight, II John Walker Steve Wright 322 AKA Alpha Kappa Lambda began on April 22, 1914, in Berkely, CA at the University of California. AKL was the first Greek letter social fraternity west of the Rocky Mountains, and is now predominantly a Northern fraternity with its national headquarters located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Alpha Mu chapter, here at Arkansas, was colonized in September of 1964 and received its charter on December 12th of that year. The men of AKL began their year with the second annual Pledge Night party for all greek pledges at the U of A. The bash was held at Omar’s, and was a great success as most of the sorority and fraternity pledges attended. AKL participated in several fund-raising projects for various charities. These charities included Diabetes, Muscular Distrophy, and the March of Dimes. The fraternity held its conclave at the Water Tower Hyatt Regency in Chicago. The event was enthusiastically attended by 8 members of Alpha Mu. AKL is represented in the senate, with its senator serving as chairman of the Finance Committee, as well as serving on several others. The men of Alpha Kappa Lambda closed out their year with their annual “Go to Hell” party. The party featured Royal Oak, from Springfield, MO. AKA 323 Lisa Adams. Teri Alford, Ann Anderson, Lynn Andres, Nan Andrews, Lynley Arnett, Kim Arnold. Holly Austin, Michelle Barre, Beverly Basham, Janet Bates, Holly Blagg Ann Blakely, Ann Bogle, Nancy Sue Bradley, Brigett Brady. Jo Cherski, Martha Choate, Lisa Christian. Elizabeth Clark, Carol Cooper, Janie Craig, Kim Danehower, Shannon Demuth Leslie Farmer. Lisa Folkner , Missy Frames, Julie Griffin, Cindy Gwaltney, Tracy Gwaltney, Suzanne Hall. Kim Haraway, Alison Hardegree. Jennifer Hart. Billie Hess, Mary Ann Higgs Marilyn Hirsch. Anne Holmes. Cindy Hosey. Pam House, Linda Howlett, Lisa Howlett. Annette Hurley, Delie Ivey, Karen Jasiulevicius, Kitty King, Debbie Kirkpatrick, Donna Kirkpatrick Gina Lee. Nancy Loyd. Jeanne Lynch, Andrea Makris, Jayne McCain. Robir McHaney. Ann McKenzie. Lynne Minor Cindy Modisette, Katherine Murry Susan Newton. Marie Nicho Lisa Northcutt, Sarah Oliver, Sue Patton, Tina Phillips, Liz Pickering, Penny Pierce, Mary Powell. Margie Presley. Elizabeth Puddephatt, Leigh Randall, Lynn Randall. Nancy Rector Judy Rogers. Judy Rownd, Kin Sanders, Margo Sanders. Susar Searcy, Cindy Shaw, Missy Silzer, Pa Simmons. Rhetta Taylor, Marthr Thornton, Beth Turner, Nan Webste Kimberly Welch, Robin Westbrook Susan Wilkinson. Pattye Wilson, Genny Wrapt 324 Xfl Chi Omega’s 84th year of existence was highlighted by having U of A’s Psi Chapter (the Mother Chapter) featured in the April issue of LIFE magazine. Many of the girls were pictured in the five page article. In addition to this great honor, ’fi i O’s were very active in University activities. Chi Omega’s served as members of Cardinal XXX, Cardinal Key, Blue Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board ff rder dt Omega. They were also active in the EducatfonfcClub, Sigma Alpha lota, Angel Flight, Kadettes, the 1979 RAZORNBACK, and had one member elected to Who’ Who. Donna Kirkpatrick, Miss U of A, was selected 1st runner-up in the Miss Arkansas Pageant. Cindy Modisette was 2nd runner-up in the Sorbrity Pledge Queen Contest. The Chi Omega intramural football team, quarterbacked by Kim Sanders, was the sorority champion and was narrowly defeated in the S uper Bowl. Nan Andrews was selected Panhellenic president for 1979-1980 and Chi Omega had two pom-pon girls and one cheerleader. 325 XQ Debbie Adams, Honey Adams, Dana Bradshaw. Christi Brown, Blayne Burch, Cathy Cahan, Cindy Camp. Jana Carey, Cindi Carpenter, Dayna Carter, Denise Carter, Kelley Cathey Cindy Chandler, Michelle Cockerell, Robbie Connell, Jessie Couch, Mary Cowan, Melody Cowan, Janet Cunningham. Nancy Cunningham. Suzie Davis, Suzette Dees. Teresa Dettenheim, Debbie Douglas Angela Eason. Carla Eason. Mary Beth Esch, Mary Ellen Eubanks, Marianne Fisher, Jan Goodson, Rebecca Griffin, Renee Griffin, Roselyn Grubbs, Merry Lee Hewitt, Susan Hood, Gina Houston Frances Huey. Jana Jones. Susan Jones, Carol Ann King, Kathy Kingrey, Kathy Koontz, Janet Lassetter, Lynda Lee, Lori Mahan, Kathy Mallon, Connie McCain, Susanne McGinnis Dena Meyers. Sally Murphy, Kath y Nance. Kenny Padgett, Andrea Penzo, Toni Penzo, Sharon Post. Kelli Quinn, Becky Reginelli, Julie Roeder, Sally Ross, Kathy Rothrock Sherri Sample. Fran Selby, Melissa Shoffner, Diane Smith, Carla Stark. Cindi Stewart, Lori Stewart, Shari Stewart, Susan Surman, Sarah Terry, Becky Thiel, Brenda Theil Malinda Thompson, Sherri Wallick, Connie White. Leslie Wilkins, Susan Williams, Betsye Wright, Rita Wright 326 AAA The Delta lota Chapter of Delta Delta Delta, which was chartered in 1913, had another involved year at the University. Delta lota members visited Apple Valley nursing home at Christmas to sing carols and also made favors for patients at the Veterans Hospital during Christmas. The pledges took residents of the Richardson Center swimming and on a picnic. The chapter also sponsored its annual scholarship for any female attending the U of A. The chapter won Sigma Nu relays for the third year in a row, and placed third in the Diabetes Drive. Blaybe Burch was first runner-up for Miss U of A, and Sharon Post was selected one of six RAZORBACK Beauties. During Engine Week, freshman Rebecca Griffin was voted the College of Engineering’s Saint Patricia over women from all university Jiving groups and engineering Tri Delta members were active as cheerleaders, majorettes, abcKpom-pon squad members this year, and participated in Angel Flight, Cardinal XXX, Cardinal Key, Kadettes, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Who’s Who. AAA 327 Sue Adams, Leslie Basham, Rebecca Bone. Cathy Boone, Shawn Bracy, Stephanie Bracy, Leigh Ann Brantley. Mary Bringle, Georgia Buckley. Candy Bullington, Carrie Burke, Pammy Capps Jill Chapman, Debby Clark, Cathy Cullen, Sarah Davidson. Carolyn Davis. Debbie Davis. Ann Dilliard, Kathy Dobbs. Kathy Dudley. Susan Duncan, Belinda Earle. Kim Ferguson Karen Fischer, Michelle Forshberg, Mary Fox. Julie Gabel, Dru Gammill. Becky Gattis, Lynn Gebetsberger, Judy Gundy. Melanie Halbert. Sydney Hawley. Kem Heller, Pam Henderson Andrea Hendricks, Jennie Henry, Crystal Higgins. Lisa Hinspeter. Phyllis Hoyle, Lisa Human, Diana Hunt, June Kaffenberger, Mindy Kiley, Keri Kohles, Kristine Kohles. Mawee Wangwee Mari Lee. Linda Marshall. Becky Massey. Laura Moore, Jennifer Morgan, Melissa Morgan, Vivian Morrison. Melinda Newton, Susan Niss, Allyn Overholt, Mary Quinn, Carol Ratton Marla Redden. Chea Redditt, Beverly Reid, Glynda Reynolds. Robin Riley, Sharon Robson, Sharon Schaefer. Carol Seffence. Kristen Seibert. Sandra Sexton, Camille Skalla, Lisa Smith Virginia Stratton. Suzy Swain. Marcia Taylor, Marin Taylor, Martha Taylor, Trisha Taylor, Susan Temple. Phoebe Thompson. Stacy Trimble. Jennifer Tucker, Bari Turner, Stephanie Valentine Cathy Walker. Carol Wallace, Renee Wessels 328 Ar Delta Gamma Was Founded in 1873 at the Lewis School for Girls in Oxford, Mississippi. The Alpha Omega Chap " chartered October ■ Community Cream Social wi to Sight Conserve serving as cj volunteerin ' also helped Dimes and t Delta Ga singles divisi They receivi Homecomin faculty tea f Individual honors. Ami Phi Beta Dudley — " Morf Angel Flight’s A at the U of A was 0 . the yearly Ice being donated ) the Blind, i Olympics, and e Sale. DG’s larch of drive. t place in the Singphony. rd for the sponsored a University, ed to various ,nie Halbert — insert land Kathy 4_i-x-_ iebert — Year. Delta Gamma’s were also active in Cardinal Key, Order of Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Uarkettes, and Razorback Band. Ar 329 Brian Atchley, Clay Bailey, Jon Beard, Isaac Bollinger, David Cain, Jeff Carlson, Jerry Carter, Scott Davis, Charles Denson Phil Dougherty, Doug Dover, Brad Eddins, Steve Faubel, Don Griffen, Jackie Hancock, Greg Heil, Oscar Hernandez, Russ Holland James Jackson, Bruce Jacobs, Michael Kirshberger, Kimon Kosnitis, Mark Long, Vance Mitchell, Kurt Nelson, David Pennington, Keith Perry Steve Pitcairn, Victor Porter, Blake Price, David Robinson, Chuck Rogers, Chuck Rogers, Mark Ruple, Keith Satterfield, Stephen Siceluff Charles Sims, Doug Steinsiek, Matt Stewart, Randy Strickland, Larry Troillett, John Waters, Joe Wilhem, Tom Wilson 330 at Delta Upsilon was founded as a non-secret fraternity in 1834 at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. The Arkansas Chapter was colonized in February 1974 and chartered on November 15, 1975. In the fall, DU sponsored the 1978 Christmas Singphony which included the Greek system and independent housing units. The proceeds from the Singphony went to the campus-wide Diabetes Drive. Featured in the Singphony was the DU Quartet, which sang to most sororities on campus and to other local groups. Intramuralwise, Delta Upsilon won the fraternity AAA volleyball championship and stayed highly competitive in all the other major sports such as football, softball, basketball, and water polo. During the fall, they celebrated Homecoming with the DU Founders Day celebration. Also during the fall, the DU house led the campus defense of the infamous “Pizza 7.” DU’s spring formal, the annual Southern Plantation Ball, was held in Tulsa on March 30. DU members were active in Order of Omega, Mortar Board, and many other campus activities. AE 331 FARMbOUSG Paul Acre Bob Apple James Budger David Bryan Dave Chamberlain Ronnie Cunningham Carleton Elam Andy Goins Mark Hobbs David Lovell Mark Mason John McElhaney Phillip Noble Charles Pickle Charles Ritter Wes Ritter Orville Rogers Tom Sheppard Gary Smith Bob Stevens John Tribulak David White Key Williams John Wilson FarmHouse Fraternity is a builder of men. It is a brotherhood of students ... it is a home ... it is a fraternity ... it is the center of campus activities for its members in agriculture was well as many others fields. In keeping with its motto " Builder of Men”, FarmHouse stresses faith in God, loyalty among its members, and superior scholorship. The 15 pledges who went through initiation maintained a 3.1 GPA, which reaffirms its pride in excellence. The men of FarmHouse are active in campus activities and organizations. FarmHouse supplied the president of IFC; both the incoming and outgoing presidents and vice presidents of the Agri and Home Ec Students Association; the Who’s Who in Agri selection chairman; president of the Agronomy Club; and both the president and vice president of the Plant Protection Yes, the men of FarmHouse have once again taken the role of a leader in the College of Agri. and Home Ec, and look forward to the challenges of the 1979-1980 school year. 332 FH ParmHouse Little Sisters FH 333 Vanessa Armbrust, Sandy Bailey, Hollice Belk, Kris Bell, Moka Caudle, Cindi Cleveand, Marie Clinton, Janet Combs, Debbie Cowden Elise Dietz, Carol Dillard, Jan Dillard, Kathy Dowdy, Mona Featherston, Shannon Featherston, Theda Fielding, Janice Floyd, Nancy Fore Melinda Frietsche, Gail Gladden, Marla Green, Tammy Greeson, Ann Hayes, Betsy Jaicks, Joan Johnston, Jackie Laha, Holly Marsh Diane McClure, Shannon McGee, Julie McGehee, Lisa Merryman, Marilyn Milliken, Vicki Moore, Melanie Morgan, Julie Murphy, Kathy Oliver Ann Oudin, Helena Pascale, Melinda Pettit, Linda Richardson, Kathleen Riggs, Laura Roberson, Marilyn Rogers, Jennifer Rutledge, Vicki Smith Nan Stark, Nancy Tracy, Debbie Turner, Kimball Ward, Julie Warmouth, Stacee Whiteside, Katie Wolfe 334 KA0 Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at Asbury University, now known as DePauw University, on January 27, 1870 by four women. Delta Nu Chapter at the University of Arkansas was chartered on October 29, 1966. As a national service project, Kappa Alpha Theta supports the Institute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas and also maintains a scholarship program for Thetas. This year, Thetas raised money for the National Heart Fund, the United Fund, the March of Dimes, Diabetes, and the Salvation Army. Helene Pascale, Ann Hayes, and Janet Combs were active in Order of Omega; Debbie Turner and Ann Hayes were active in Mortar Board. Thetas also participated in Cardinal Key, Cardinal XXX, Omicron Delta Kappa, ABC, Union Programs, Phi Beta Lambda, Tau Beta Sigma, and Helen Pascale served as the Agriculture Queen. Many girls were also involved in little sister programs, professional fraternities, and Kappa Alpha Theta won the university-wide Intramural Championship this year. KA -) 335 Michelle Adcock. Diane Baker. Jimmie Barham. Liz Baxley. Carol Beene. Linda Beiser, Rebecca Bell. Dee Gee Biggs. Judy Boles. Beth Brackin. Susan Bradford. Amber Bright Cindy Cargill. Rhonda Cates. Joellen Chamblis, Colleen Coakley, Linda Cross. Heidi Denman. Suzanne Doss. Debbie Doster, Julie Drewry. Cathy Edens, Beth Edrington. Ellen English Cindy Fancher. Sally Fisher. Sharon Flood. Cindy Gaither. Kay Gibbs. Mary Gillespie, Joy Harris. Robin Hays, Holly Henry. Janet Holman. Janan Jackson. Susan Jackson Jana Jennings, Jennifer Jesson, Diane Johnson, Celeste Jones, Kim Karnes. Gretchen Kaufman. Kelly Keisner. Brenda Kelley, Kimberly Kirby. Lee Anne Kirby, Danalou Lamberth, Lisa Lashley Carolyn Lindsay. Kathy Lochhead. Susan Lochhead, Holly Magruder, Kim Malone, Donna Massey, Billie Mayes. Leslie McChristian, Leah McDaniel, Carla McKnight, Kelly Minton. Sarah Mulliken Anita Nichols. Melanie Nicholson, Lesli Overbey. Cindy Parks, Margo Peachwhistle Perdue. Lynn Price. Susan Price. Anne Pulliam, Ann Purifoy, Jan Radke, Susan Raines. Laura Randall Kim Randle. Lisa Reynolds, Barbi Richardson. Fran Richison, Jill Schroeder, Sarah Sellig, Kay Smith. Laura Squair. Mary Ann Tilley. Allison Terry. Kathy Vanzant, Nan Weaver Vanya Webb. Constance White. Dana Yeatman 336 KKX The Gamma Nu Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma at the University of Arkansas was chartered on April 9, 1925. The installation processional honoring the chapter was composed by its good friend Dr. Henry Tovey, head of the Fine Arts Department of the university. Since 1956, there has been a “Granny Gamma Nu” legend. Granny is a rather portly “old gal” who appears twice a year at the strangest times to announce the initiation dates to pledges. Her presence is always a complete surprise to everyone, pledges and actives alike. Members of KKG are active in many organizations including Mortar Board (Ellen English, Kim Randle, Lee Ann Kirby, and Kathy VanZandt), Kadettes (Janan Jackson), and Order of Omega (Ellen English, Kim Randle, and Kathy VanZandt). Kappas also are active in Cardinal XXX, Angel Flight, ODK, and held the chairs of two Union Programs committees. Kim Randle, Laura Randall, and Laura Squair served as RAZORBACK Beauties. Mary Ann Tilley was selected the Sorority Pledge Q ueen, and Janet Holman was selected Miss University of Arkansas. Jana Jennings was selected as Sigma Nu Daisy Mae. Kappas were also the winners of the 1978 Diabetes Drive, which included a trip to Florida. They also received the highest scholaship award for sororities. Chris Akers, Dale Bailey, Richard Bodie, Mark Brantley, Barry Bray, Harry Bryant, Steve Craig, John Culp, Jerry Currence Van Davis, Geoff Gammon, Danny Hall, Tom Hankins, Andy Hendricks, Trey Hines, Richard Houston, Randy Hurbin, Walter Johnson Dean Kelly, Mark Klopfenstein, Russ Laster, Ned Lowry, Dennis Matranga, Michael McClurkin, David McMaster, Pat McMurtry, Rusty Melville Arnold Merrell, Paul Mixon, Jed Molleston, Greg Neislar, Bruce Roberts, David Smith, Jimmy Spencer, Wes Towns, Ted Warriner Wayne Williams, Barry Williamson, Wag Woodward, Pete Word, Carl Yates 338 K2 The Xi Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity was chartered at the University of Arkansas on May 29, 1890. Founded at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville, Virginia on December 10, 1869, Kappa Sigma now boasts nearly 200 chapters nationally. Xi Chapter of Kappa Sigma is the oldest greek chapter still active at the University. As usual, the men on Dickson Street were active in most major campus organizations. KZ 339 Clay Adams, Cary Bass, Greg Bowers, Tom Connell, Bill Cunningham, James Ditzig, Gary Ebbing Kenneth Edwards, Mark Ellison, Brice Fletcher, Neal Frizzell, Greg Frohnappel, Allan Fuller, Lewis Gills Thad Hanna, Joe Hardin, Johnathan Howard, Randal Hula, Joseph Itz, Andy Lawrence, Mark Lowry Kevin McClurkan, Sam McGee, Dudley Moll, Tommy Norsworthy, Russ Parker, Buddy Philpot, David Smith David Snodgrass, Tommy Stewmon, Phil Terrell, Mike Varnell, Timmy Vose, Frank Watson, Stanhope Wilkinson Bobby Wise, Brian Noland, James Woods, Jay Yancy 340 AXA The Gamma Chi Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha has been part of the University for over 50 years. Established on May 23, 1925, it has grown to be one of the largesta nd most_ distinguished fraternities oq the campu$!cp« v Highlights $ jpe-past Vj6ar-«5qfeed 4he appearance of ; vyi » !fe3 st annual Hog Wild Function witt ne Tfri D fe T-he iedge class staged their traattionat. weekend walkout with the ZTA pledges t £§j ir fnothall namp mSSs — Texas football game Mary the 10th Pagent sp Homecomin annual Coi In February Party at Marr complete ith ' the St was nam 1979, an Member. Sidney for his service and ChiO at a sprT Bahama Mama held in April topped off the spring with a lucky Lambda Chi and his date enjoying a trip to Nassau, Bahamas. ima won een ' eir place in the nual Playboy ort in Missouri, y bunny from Omega, fetheart for itstanding an award Lambda Chi AX A 341 Charles Ball, Brent Bell, Mark Bentley, Ed Boyce, Fletch Bransford, John Brenner, Randy Bridges, Brian Bush, Craig Campbell, Kevin Campbell, Pat Carrigan, Scott Carter Walter Cash, David Castleberry, Lewis Chambliss, Dion Coakley, Brett Davis, Dennis Delk, West Doss, Peter Fotioo, David French, Richard Gerety, Gus Graham, Bill Gray Jeff Haun, Lee Holmes, Jim Hoyt, Tommy Huey, John James, Paul James, Bil Jenkins, Jay Kincannon, Jeff Kirby, Bobby Lawson, Mark Marks, Steve McDaniel Michael Mendenhall, Scott Morgan, Jay Mullis, Robert Newell, Randall Ort, Bill Paschall, Mark Pearce, Bill Polk, Mark Ramm, Eddie Ray, John Robbins, William Mark Roberts Davo Roth, Clement Santi, Irvin Sisk, Rick Sokora, Sam Spencer, Dow Stough, Fred Stuckey, Bobby Taylor, Lewis Taylor, Joey Tester, Larry Turbeville, Rex Turley Steven Turner, Tommy Van Zandt, Monty Welch, Johnny Wells, Andy Whitney, Russell Wilkins, James Young 342 4 A0 Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1948, Phi Delta Theta Theta Fraternity granted a chapter to the Arkansas Alpha Chapter a hundred years later in 1948. Phi Delta Theta now has 142 chapters internationally. Johnny Brenner and Paul James were selected as Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Johnny and Paul were also members of Blue Key where they served as president and secretary, respectively. David French served as president of Order of Omega as Johnny Brenner, Paul James, and Dow Stough served as members. Pat Carrigan, Dion Coakley, West Doss, and Skip Ebel servefckas members of CardinSF Key. Steve McDaniel was treasurer of Cardinal XXX while Mark Bentley, Blake Murphy, and Mark Sutherland served as members. %. Members of Phi Delta Theta were also active in Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, IFC, FFC, Associated Student Government, Arkansas Union Programs, Uarkettes, and Phi Beta Kappa. Arkansas Alpha received the Fraternity Scholarship Award, Pledge Class Scholarship Award, and the Campus Activity Award at the 1 Order ' bf Omega banquet. John James received the Interfraternity Council Campus Model Pledge Award. Phi Delta Theta took part in community service by helping the Diabetes Drive, United Fund, and Muscular Distrophy Fund. 4 A© 343 Terry Altenbaumer, Bruce Baird, Doug Baird, Jay Bonds, Byron Bordeaux, Rick Bray, Ken Breckenridge, Lee Brizzolara, Mike Brooks, David Churchwell, John Cloud, James Cooper Calvin Cox, Thomas Cramer, Todd Crawford, Scott Curnel, Jim Daniel, Rick Deramus, Mike Glass, David Gordon, Phillip Granderson, Doug Green, Trent Harp, Mitchell Harper Rhett Harris, David Harrison, Tracey Horne, Ty Hoskins, Jack Ivester, Jay Jones, Jamie Keller, Kenneth Kramer, Clifton Ladd, Danny Meyers, Ronnie Meyers, Steve Moore Berl Mott, Carl Magel, Mike Newman, Michael Parkhill, Kent Peterson, Doug Pfeifler, Charlie Plugge, David Price, Gilbert Roberts, Ward Seibert, David Smith, Ed Stout Charlie Vestal, Steve Von Steen, Alan Walters, Jim Webb, Deam Williams, Tom Williams, Jim Woker 344 4 TA The Pi Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity received its charter in 1969. Founded at Jefferson College at Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania, Phi Gamma Delta now boasfeSovfr one hundred chapters nationally. ' ] In its ten yearftiistory at the University of Arkansas, this most secretive of fraternities maintained a tradition of campus-wide leadership, including men always in Order of Omega, Associated Student Government, Interfraternity Council, and Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. 4 Ar 345 Lance Ashmore Bruce Aston Michael Aud Jim Binz Timothy Cairns Daniel Calva Michael Chastain Gregg Fisher David Greene Greg Greeson Pat Harris Keith Jones Bruce Lawrence Mike Parnell Jeff Roussel Robert Sherman Stephen Thompson Timothy Wallace Bruce Watson 346 ' frK ' l ' Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded on February 19, 1852, at Jefferson College in Pennsylvania by William H. Letterman and Charles P.T. Moore. This fraternity was formally established at the University of Arkansas on November 5, 1978, when thirty-five men were initiated into the colony. They have already been involved in community service as evidenced by their work in a Halloween Carnival with the Tri Delts for the Richardson Center and a Sorority President Kidnap where Phi Psis dressed as gangasters kidnapped each house president. The ransom was a basket of food which was presented to needy families. Phi Psis have also had an active social life through functions with most of the sororities. Phi Psis involved themselves in Greek competition as they won the Scholar’s Bowl and tied for fourth in the Mini Olympics. They are now striving to gain their charter in the fall of 1979 to become the first Phi Psi chapter in Arkansas. 4 K ' I ' 347 Susan Aycock. Shannon Barber. Janet Bayles. Cindy Bednar, Shannon Brantley. Cathy Brokate. Rebel Brown, Liz Buck. Cindy Buckner, Debra Case. Gayle Cash. Daria Causey Jo Ellen Chambers. (Jandy Clarkson. Mary Coen. Gale C«flier. Ann Dean. Diann Dennis. Darilyn Dodson, Susan Dorsey. Debbie Dunn. Caroline Gann. Shirley Gardner, Kathy Griffith Malu Hammons, Marilyn Hiatt, Kathie Johnson. Tami Lancaster. Sarah Lewing. Jennifer Lierley. Joanne Lohr. Gayle Lyon, Glenda Lyons. Kathy Marlin. Helen McKinney. Georgia Meek Carol Meimerstorf. Kathryn Morton. Lisa Nordin. Jan Partain. Carolyn Pearspn, Lee Ann Poiriez, Teresa Polk, Melanie Presley. Virginia Rainwater. Becka Reed. Cathy Rogers. Tracy Sass Diane Scesniak. Pam Shapard. Tami Sherm. Kim Shireman. Mary Beth Sims, Elicia Sinor, Kym Smith. Helen Spears. Tammy Stafford. Lisa Stecks. Nancy Strauss, Joni Tabor Ellen Theis, Anne Thiessen. Susan Thomas. Lisa Tracy. Kimberly Vassaur, Nancy Wagner. Sandy Walding. Kim Watkins. Collen Wehr. Charlotte Williams. Piper Wilson. Christina Winstead Margaret Woodsmall. Carolyn Wren. Suzanne Yates, Kelly Young 348 4 M Phi Mu was founded March 4, 1884, at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. The U of A’s newest sorority received its charter on January 19, 1979, with the initiation of 112 women. During the year, Phi mu conducted a weigh-in to raise money for the_Diabetes Drive and raised money for the United Fund as well as other service projects. ' Helen Spears was rtt fflper of the Pom-Pon Squad and Angel Flight, Lisa Hartje was a member of Order of Omega, and Susan Thomas was selectecjas the Phi Gamma Delta Sweetheart. Pam Shaparcrwas tije runn t er-up s n the Saint Patricia contest. OtheP ' P ' hf mu members were active in Angel Flight and Union Programs committees. J M 349 Terri Adams. Elise Bedwell, Ann Bodenhamer, Cindy Breashears, Lori Campbell, Pam Campbell. Susan Chism. Cary Cravesn. Cathy Cravens. Lisa Crossland. Denise Dandeneau. Leila Dodge DeAnn Duckworth. Mary Lynn Ederington, Laura Egan. Debbie Ellis. Brianne Faulkner. Susan Faulkner. Debbie Ford. Cathy Gessler, Debbie Gold. Luanne Graue. Pam Griffin. Mary Ann Hargraves Beverly Harrison. Cathy Hastings. Laura Hastings, Nancy Henry. Anne Henson. Leslie Hilburn, Sandi Hildebrand. Jacque Hill. Maurie Hoge. Maryann Hogg, Gay Hopson. Jane Horner Gay Hout, Dana Howell. Gail Hunter. Carol Hurley. Lynn Isgrig. Jera Jackman. Terri Jones. Kristen Kemp. Denise Little. Patricia Lynn. Teague Martin. Melanie McClure Anna McDaniel. Margaret McLarty, Terry Miller, Lisa Mills, Mimi Myer. Patti Newell, Lisa Nieburg, Kathryn Norris, Marilu Ohl. Laura Olmstead. Rita Patterson. Georgia Perchan Lindsey Perkovitch, Karen Phillips. Becky Pugh. Laura Rogers. Cindy Roper. Malinda Rutledge. Molly Saxon. Cynda Scott, Cindy Skinner. Steffi Steed, Suzy Stone. Adrienne Taylor Janan Trimble, Joye Trimble. Linda Walker, Coralie Watts. Linny Wood. Tanya Wood. Camille Yancey. Lisa Yelenich, Jam Young, Karon Young 350 nB$ The fraternity Pi Beta Phi was founded April 28, 1867 at Monmouth College, in Monmouth, Illinois. The chapter here at the University, Arkansas Alpha, was chartered in 1909. The sorority engages in social life. The chapter coif families at both Thanksgi; was held one night in Salvation Army. With respect to c microwave oven Diabetes Drive, the first for the party, as well “Duo Monm With regar individual ones Beta Phi award, tl place in standards. Nus in Singphony pageant, and second and the 1978 Homeco In regard to individual RAZORBACK Beauty ar Miss U of A for the Miss A activities rather than just canned goods for needy Christmas. A “pitch-in” girl gave clothes to the e Pi Phis won a eir effort in the life, this year was Roommate” appas called use and a national Phi for second with the Sigma in the Miss U of A orority Pledge Queen were all Pi Phis, the house boasts a finalists, a pom-pon girl, the sas Universe Pageant, and the Miss Arkansas World. They also have girls in various campus organizations such as fraternity little sisters, ODK, Who’s Who, Order of Omega, and Mortar Board. Again, 1979 was an active year for the girls in wine and blue. nB4 351 ALpbA Keith Banks, Thomas Boone, Jeff Brazzeal, Gary Burrows, Randy Bynum, Randy Clarkson, ferry Davis, Tom Demont, III, Robert Drouet Kurt Faulk, Tor Faulk, Charlie Garden, Bill Gilbert, Brad Gray, Bill Gwatney, Ken Hirshey, Dave Hooker, Brandon Huffman Todd Jackson, Matt Jones, Mike Jumper, Stan Kelly, Kevin Kilker, Ken Kvaternick, Brian McLaughlin, Mark Mobley, Steve Montgomery Jon Moore, Steven Morris, Randy Morton, Mark Myers, Darren Newsum, Jack Newsum, Dave Patterson, Tim Pinkston, Lyndon Polk Gary Prescott, Mark Prescott, Alan Ranson, Baad Rouse, Bunker Sessions, Guy Shilling, Brannon Sloan, Craig Smith, Kevin Smith Scott Smith, Woody Smithey, Mike Staton, Jim Sturdy, John Vincent, Porter Wafler, Tim Williams 352 I1KA tl Alpha Zeta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was chartered November 4, 1904. The national fraternity was founded March 1, 1968 at the University of Virginia. PiKA now has over 175 active chapters nationally. In varsity athletics, PiKA was well represented on the football, tennis, and golf teams. Last year, Ron Hightower became the -first 1J of A tetris player to ever win the Southwest Athletic Conference Tournament. $5n the campus level, is the defending All- University and Fraternity Intramural Sports Co-Chs Members of active in ASG, Arkansas Booster Isitfb, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Arkansas Union, and university committees among others. Social events here highlighted by the annual Old South Riverboat theme party. Community service projects included Toys for Tots toy drive and Pikefest. y Alpha were TRAVELER, IIKA 353 Al Alexander, John Allen. Frank Allison, John Bailey, Pat Baldwin, Lowery Barnes, Charles Beene. Len Bellingrath, Roger Bransford, Terry Cartwright, Hugh Chalmers, Chris Clark Roy Clinton, Ellis Collins. Jimmy Deaton. Jack Dewald, Tony Dilday, Steve Douglas, Steve Eason, Brian Findley, Robert Ginnevan, Clint Goodson, Baker Gross. Thomas Heller Lawson Hembree. Patrick Hickman, Jack Hollingsworth, Michael llseman, Don Ivey, David Jones, Cliff King, Bill Kitchens. Ned Klugh, Chuck Larrison. Steve Lancaster, Greg Lanford Steve Lincoln, Rol Luplow, Bill Mabry, Mike Mathisen, Dan Messersmith, Jeff Miller, Steve Miller, Kevin Norton, John Oliver, Mac Oliver, Scott Overbey, Jay Patterson Paul Patterson, Tim Perry, Dwight Plunkett, Tom Pugh. David Pulliam, Mike Ransey, Elton Rieve s, Scott Rittelmeyer, Gary Sheppard, Dick Simpson, I. M. Smart, Ed Smith Matt Spencer, Johnny Spurlin. Emitt Thomas, Chip Turner. Bart Virden, Les Warren. Al Willard, Eddie Wilson, Tom Wright, Walter Wright. David E. Young 354 2AE Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama on March 9, 1856. The Alpha Upsilon Chapter at the University of Arkansas was chartered July 9, 1894. The year was a busy one for the Arkansas SAEs, they had 20 members participating in the Big Brother program at the Fayetteville Youth Center, sold light bulbs to raise money for the Fayetteville United Fund, and participated in the campus-wide Diabetes Drive. During the year, Louis E. Smith, SAE national president, visited the chapter and presented David Pryor (an SAE alumnus) with a diamond pin. This is one of the many traditions of the Sigma Alpha Epsilons. The SAE’s hosted the annual champagne party to honor all sorority pledges in the fall. In the spring, Catfish Row was held to celebrate the end of school. Eight members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon were admitted to the University of Arkansas Medical School for the 1980 year. The SAE ' s also won the intramural trophy for 1978. SAE 355 Pat Arthur, Scott Atkinson, Jerry Barnett, Taun Berry, Ricky Bettison, B. Billings, Donald Bingham, John Bland. David Bonds. Anthony Borgognoni, Bob Bracy, Kenneth Broom Mike Cardwell. Mark Cathey, Les Cooner, Chuck Cowling, Steve Cox, Mike Cross. Zack Curtner, Chip Dickenson, Mark Dixon, Dave Dunseath, Scott Emerson. Rick Engeler Robert Falge, David Fogleman, Mark Gabbie, James Gates, Dorg Gibson. Erie Hammans, Mike Hartje, Tonny Hilburn, Hall Hillman, Jay Hollowell, Chip Johnson, Larry Joe Johnson Bert Kell. Keith Kiper, Kevin Knauts, Kirk McDonald, Hank McNabb, Bobby McNeil. David McQueen, Kim Merrell, Steve Morrison. Steve Perry, Kevin Phillips, Mike Power Mike Redd, Bookie Reginelli, Jay Ritchie, Mark Robbins, Jim Shaddox, Jeff Simmons, Greg Sink, David Smith, David Stubblefield. Phillip Thomas, Larry Wainwright Phillip Wallace, Ric Watkins. Doug Weaver, Mark Weisberger. Alan WilBourn, Paul Winder, Keith Woodruff. David Workman, Johnny Yancey, Tom Young, Britt Zeiger, Phil Zimmerman 356 2X Jinn Rose Fred Whistle Jay Holland Doug Rarish Maryanne Hargraves Consul Pro Consul Magister Quaestor Sweetheart The Omega Omega Chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity on the University of Arkansas campus was originally founded as the “Indian Club.” After petitioning for a Sigma Chi Charted in 1900, the chapter was founded September 16, 1905. Surpassing all other Sigma Chi chapters, the Omega Omega Cha since initiated approximately f Qfc The Sigma Chi Fraternity ranks second nationally in total chapter! size. Perhaps most importantl chapter is proud to have a pie program which it feels is a posi and rewarding experience. The badge of the fra ternity is a “White Cross.” The fr t ?r|it ’g lge song, “The Sweethearruf Chi,” is one of the most popular song nO in the Greek world. Sigs often this song upon special occasions as when honoring guests or serenading sorority women. At the 1979 Order of Omega banquet, tl the chapter won two of four awards presented to fraternities. These included first place awards for scholarship and intramurals. Concerning philanthropic efforts, The Sigs raised $3000 for the American Diabetes Association. Throughout 1978, time and money were contributed to over eighteen charitable organizations. [he Sigma Chi’s continued radition of leadership and hicipation in campus activities. ‘sides the officers and members fvolved with student organizations, ublications, and government, the ' Omega Omega Chapter boasted three fnntinSotta vprs and one cheerleader. VI fTjhStt largest social events of le re Mardi Gras and Derby Day. fomplete with Bourbon Street jazz and oysters, Mardi Gras was held for the second year during Homecoming weekend. Featuring competiton among sororities in skits, field events, and spirit, Derby Day took place in late April. 2X 357 Doug Anderson, Greg Barnes, Drew Basham, Rick Beeson, Bill Benson. Jack Bentley. Scott Branscum. Jeff Browne. Allen Buchanan, John Buchanan, Bill Burgess, Mike Calhoun Greg Carr, Billy Case. Randy Cates, Tom Chandler, Mike Church. Brad Cole, Mark Cyrus. Scott Cyrus. Rod Debnam, Chris Moose Deen, Bart Dixon, Scott DuBois Steve DuBois. Jeff England. Jon Mark Erstine, Les Evitts. Randy Farless, David Frazier, Steve Fulenwider, Phil Gardial, Trip Gentry. Benji Gilmore. Greg Griffin, Phil Harrison Joey Hays, Mel Henson, Guy Hickman, Rick Holmes, Kirt Hyde, Scott Irwin, Steve Johnson. Steve Joiner. Keith Jones, Jack Keck, Jim Killebrew, Mike Lax Ken Lilly. Mitch Lyons. Jeff Maxwell. Wiley McDonald, Scott Morse. Mark Murphy, Ken Neece, David Nelson, Currin Nichol. Terry Norman. Ray Osborn, Reed Parkerson Danny Pelton, Jim Pender. Mike Ptak, Bill Pullen. Ross Ramsauer, Rick Roblee, Dale Santifer, John Satterfield, David Scharff, Mark Schlesinger. Scott Schlesinger, Greg Seeney Mark Shirley. Jim Stark, Gary Thorn. Lewis Van Ness, Mike Verucchi, Tim Washington, Charles Weir, Perry Whitmore, Joe Willet, Morgan Williams, Mark L. Wright, Mark W. Wright 358 2N Sigma Nu’s Gamma Upsilon Chapter won the McClellan-Fulbright Award at the Order of Omega banquet April 8th. In addition to this top IFC award, Sigma Nu, which was chartered at the U of A in December, 1904, received many other honors. The AAA intramural football team won the Super Bowl, after beating all fraternity teams; along with Pi Beta Phi Sorority, they won the mixed chorus division in Delta Upsilon’s Singphony; the Snakes won the Overall Trophy during Sig Ep Fite Nite, and placed second in the SAE Demolition Derby and Greek Week Scholars Bowl. Individual honors include three members being selected to Phi Beta Kappa, four members selected for Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, five members selected for Order of Omega, four members selected for ODK, five members of Cardinal Key and Blue Key, and six members of Cardinal XXX. Steve Joiner served as vice president of ASG, Rick Roblee as president of Cardinal Key, Mark Schlesinger as president of Cardinal XXX, and Charles Wier was elected engineering’s Saint Patrick during Engine Week. Many other members were active in other areas, including university publications, Young Democrats, and Union Programs. 2N 359 Bill Bailey, Scott Bailey, Phillip Baker, Peter Beath, Phillip Brandon, Kevin Brown, Bob Buddig, Tim Buddig, Jim Cadle, John Carpenter, Tim Chumly, Cliff Cordes Larry Cordes, Mark Counce, Scott Davie, Jerry Finocchiaro, Tripp Floyd, Jerry Friend, Rod Frizzell, Damian Gerke, Rob Goodfellow, Buddy Greenwood, Bill Hairston, Jeff Hairston Chuck Hamilton, Steve Hudgens, Dave Hughes, Mike Hunter, John Jordin, David Kahanamoku, Stan Kay, William Kimbriel, Wayne La Rue, Andy Lucas, Joe Matter, John Marconi Tim Marconi, Scott Mashburn, Lynn McAlexander, Phillip McKnight, Miles McMullin.Ralph Meyers, Mike Myers, Mark Ratcliff, Rick Reynolds, Dave Rice, Benson Row,Scotty Scott Bob Skinner, Pat Skinner, Mike Spades, Drew Speed, Tony Spicer, Keith Stephens, David Toft, Kirk Van Sickle, Jeff Watson, Frank Wehr, Jeff White i’J ' k 0 mMmA 360 2 I E Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity was founded at the University of Richmond in 1001. The Arkansas chapter was established in 1907. This past year saw Sig Ep receive many honors, among them were the Campus Community Service Award, finishing second in the campus-wide Diabetes Drive, and first place honors for their Homecoming float. The Sig Eps also sponsor the annual Fite nite and their South of the Border party each spring. Members of Sigma Pfiii Epsilon were active as a University Cheerleader, in varsity athletics, Union Programs chairman, ASG senate, Arkansas Booster Club president, Texas Week chairman, and ASG presidential candidate. Members also served in Blue Key, Order of Omega, and Bill Bailey served u ejnterfratecnity Council president. 2tf E 361 Barry Andrews Gary Barnett Zane Boatright Bill Chivers Murray Claassen Greg Estep Kenny Evans Randy Green David Hawkins John Hawkins John Paul Higgins Cliff Hinze Greg Hirsch John Jehlen Ray Jurcik Mike Marlow Mike Mourot David Peavy David Pitman Gary Sherwood Jim Steele Charles Stewart Paul Strang Chris Tanner Marty Theriault Skipper Watkins Matt Yost 362 0T Originally formed in 1918, Delta Psi received its charter from Theta Tau April 7, 1928 to become Upsilon of Theta Tau. Theta Tau was founded by four mining engineering students on October 15, 1904 becoming the first engineering fraternity in the country. It is still the largest professional collegiate engineering fraternity in the United States. The Society of Hammer and Tongs as it was then known took its dark red and old gold colors from Alpha Chapter’s University of Minnesota home. The twentyfour men of the H T did their best to uphold the traditions of Theta Tau again this year. Thirteen men held positions on Engineering Council, the governing body of the college, including all four officers. All twentyfour men participated in their respective engineering technical societies and five were members of Tau Beta Pi and the honor societies of their departments. A few Theta Taus ventured into areas outside engineering witnessed by members in ASG, Randy Green in the band, and Paul Strang as RAZORBACK editor. ©T 363 Debbie Adcock, Tracie Alexander, Shauna Alger, Patty Allison, Camille Basham, Judi Belt, Susan Bishop. Pam Blasingame, Julie Borgognoni, Lori Brenner, Tracie Brewer, Nancy Brizendine Donna Brown. Mary Brust, Pat Bryan, Melissa Campbell, Laura Cassaday. Sharon Church, Johnice Cross. Kay Cross, Julie Cypert, Debbie Dillon, Nancy Dodson, Betsy Fisher Melissa Fontaine, Laura Gaston. Kim Gibson, Paula Goode. Janet Goss, Jenni Griffith, Cindy Haley, Kathy Haley. Mary Ellen Hanle, Dianne Hart. Pam Haynie. Judy Herd Judi Herrin, Keri Hibbard, Regina Hopper, Robin Jowers, Lorrie Kegley, Marcia Kirksey Kelly Koenig, Cindy Maas. Alice Maxwell, Mary Morgan, Nicki Netherton, Mary Peters Charlotte Porter. Julee Probert, Lisa Propps, Charlene Rakes, Teresa Reading. Michelle Rizzuti, Linda Rogers. Donna Ruggles, Debbie Sanders. Cindy Satterfield, Regina Strong. Mary Sugg Becky Swearingen. Susan Talley, Janet Tate. Catherine Terrell, Ellen Terrell. Kim Toler, Robin Walker, Marissa Wells, Susie Werner, Shelley Wilcoxon. Kathy Williams, Nita Winchell Debbie Wood, Sharon Wood, Vicki Woodall. Janet Yauch, Penny Yoakam 364 ZTA Zetas opened up the fall semester by welcoming a new addition to their house — Mrs. Annie Laurie Poe, the new housemother from Oxford, Mississippi. Rush held its usual enthusiasm and suspense, and the Zetas pledges their quota of 50 pledges. September 6, a reception was given for Mom Poe in order to introduce her to the other housemothers on campus. Parents’ Day, also held in September, allowed the folks to the entertained with musical skits and a special dinner before the UA Tulsa game. ZTA Founder’s Day was celebrated on October 16th. Four sororities, Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Delta Delta, and Zeta Tau Alpha, participated in a four-sorority block party at Agrip rk on Friday November 3rd before the Homecoming gamel Later in November, the Zteas hosted a dinner for Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, a newly chartered Greek on campus The house began the spring emester with a journey to Shangri-La Resort in Afton, Oklahtoma for their Winter Formal. The band Snikers provided ' entertainment. Zeta State Day was held April 7 on the Fayetteville campus. This was a special year for Epsilon as it celebrated the 75th Anniversary of its chaters. Zetas were well represented in many campus activities and honor societies this year including: Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Cardinal XXX, Angel Flight, ASG, Alpha Lambda Delta, ABC, AWS, Phi Eta Sigma, Kadettes, Panhellenic, Young Democrats, Union Programs, Uarkettes, UArk Dancing, Majorettes, ARKANSAS TRAVELER, and the Diabetes Drive. ZTA 365 t eLTA SIGMA TbeTA Velmon Ackerson Rose Mary Coleman Roslyn Scott Delta Sigma Theta was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C in 1913. The University of Arkansas chapter was chartered on april 23, 1974. A A yxv This year raaffty campus activities; ai were active in them was W ' -A • I I V VU V I MWW, Ml I IV I «. • ' VI I I Roslyn Scott who was selected for Mortar Board in April. Many members were active as Residence Assistants in the University dorms. In January, the whole sorority participated in Sickle Cell Anemia Screening to aid in detection of this deadly dise as president fii Valley was treasur Natalie Hill served Rhonda McDaniel 366 A20 Greeks 367 368 Greeks AQK Lime sisTeRs Alpha Gamma Rhomates: Shea Redditt, Nancy Rector, Cindy Modisette, Kathleen McMahon, Carrie Burk, Gina Houston, Rhonda Hair, Candy Bullington, Liz Buck, Jamie Hill, Lee Ann Riley, Dana Mize, Kim Lennihan, Sonny Flaig, Susan Presson, Vicke Fitzgibbon, Ann Elliott Smith, Cindy Fancher, Kim Mason, Cathy Thornally, Jennifer Tucker. t)U Lime sisTCRs Delta Upsilon Sisters off the Seven Stars: Melanie Morgan, Julie Gable, Celia Gurett, Teresa Cox, Janet Gorrell, Tina Harmon, Ka¬ ren Mullins, Vicki Cox, Cindi Cleveland, Diane McClure, Helene Pascale, Christi Hamilton, Charlene Copley, Robin Lyon, Vanessa Arm- burst, Vicki Hackler, Betsy Jaicks, Jeanette Cowherd, Kathy Gore, Susan Sipes, Becky Troilett, Susan Strickland, Becky McAfee, Kathy Williams, Julie Winn, Ann Hayes, Viv¬ ian Reese, Jody Margrave. Little Sisters 369 Lime sisters Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters: Front: Candy Clarkson, Gina Hartzel, Susan Searcy, Cathy Bradley, Jennifer Foggelman, Liz Sullivan, Theresa Courtney, Lucy Smart, Shirley Gardner. Middle: Susan Underwood, Kim Karnes, Su¬ zanne Yates, Carol Beene, Cindy Blyth. Back: Donna Ruggles, Kari Kennedy, Madge Moye, Lynn Andres, Penny Yoacum, Ann Rich, Pam Agan, Cathy Rogers, Cindy Gaither, Kelly Young, Brenda Sims, Lynley Arnett, Scott Smith (little Sisters Coordinator). 370 Little Sisters SiQMA Cfii LiTTLe SISTERS Sigma Chi Little Simgas: Row 1: Laura Egan, Carrie Burke, Vicki Yanak, Leslie Hilbourne, Dena Nicholson, Nancy Allbright, Jayne McCain, Lynne Minor, flow 2; Susan Price, Cindy Chandler, Diane Smith, Jill Chapman, Heidi Denman, Judy Boles, Melissa Perdue, Liz Baxley, Robin Hayes, Becky Reginelli, Pat Simmons. Row 3: Elizabeth Wellbourne, Mary Ann Hargraves, Susan Blagg, Cindy Camp, Nan Andrews, Laura Morgan, Blayne Burch, Kelly Cathey, Camille Skalla, Vivian Morrison, Julie Borgognoni, Ann Purifoy, Susie Werner, Penny Price, Jennifer Hart, Janet Bates, Jo Cherski, Leslie Farmer, Marilyn Hirsch, Cindy Hosey, Kelly Quinn, Cheryl Woodward, Kitty King. UTTLe SiSTERS hi Gamma Delta Little Sisters: Row 1: Marci Taylor, Jana Carey. Row 2: Debbie Kelly, Morgan Dana Dickerson, Kristen Seibert, Carol Wallace, Ann illiard, Susan Thomas, Tammi Garrett, Janet Bayles, Tracy Cash. Row 3: Kathy Martin, Becky Payne, Sharon Loveland, Sara Albert, Karen Rosso, Phoebe hompson, Virginia Stratton, Karen Howard, Linda Rogers, Susan Talley, Kim Watkins. Row 4: Georgia Buckley, Jana Jones, Karen Gentry, Gail Davis, Tracy ass, Becky Swearingen, Janet Combs, Elsa Beneke, Robin Jowers, Katy Omally, Cindy Maas, Kathy Williams, Leslie McRobbie. Little Sisters 371 l AppA SiQ LiTTLe SiSTCRS Kappa Sigma Stardusters: Members: Amy Allen, Helen Balch, Libbie Brandon, Lisa Caperton, Marcus Carter, Missy Clark, Gail Collier, Janie Craig, Mrs. Evelyn Crow, Jane Goodwin, Pam Henderson, Gail Hines, Nancy Hines, Holly Holt, Monique Jacoby, Anna Leichner, Julie Oliver, Johnny Owen, Liz Pickering, Marla Redden, Dianna Shirley, Regina Strong, Rita Wright. 372 Little Sisters phi OeLT Lime sisTCRs Phi Delta Theta Little Sisters: Front: Rhetta Taylor, Tanya Reed, Trisha Moore, Diane Johnson, Jennifer Fox, Pam Henry, Brenda Sokora, Jo Ellen Chambliss, Denise Dahl, Lesa Young, Terry Miller. Middle: Marianne Fisher, Leigh Randall, Lindsey Perkovich, Elise Bedwell, Cathy Cahan, Lisa Adams, Jenny Lierly, Gay Graham, Laurie Webster (sweetheart), Pam House, Debbie Turner. Back: Julie Dillahunty, Lisa Skillman, Carla Eason, Cynthia Taylor, Lisa Christian, Roselyn Grubbs, Frances Huey, Nancy Henry, Terry Jones, Mom Frances, Debbie Dunn, Rhonda Cates, Catherine Norris, Anne Henson, Colleen Coakley, Suzanne Doss. Little Sisters 373 LAMl3t)A Chi Lime sisTeKs Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girls: Front: Celest Jones, Becky Theil, Shana Alger, Donna Brascatto, Marilyn Milican, Kim Elliot, Cindy Cargill, Martha Thorton. Middle: Mary Cowan, Mary Peters, Kathy Oliver, Patty Burton, Mary Brust, Rebecca Bone, Leslie Basham, Lisa Hinspeter, Susan Wilkinson, Nancy Cunningham. Back: Piper Wilson, Mary Krim, Margo Sanders, Carol Rebsamen, Beth Mann, Jenny Carter, Lisa Meriman, Janell Cange, Kim Harraway, Kelly Keisner, Jill Cowan, Paula Henry, Cathy Hastings, Shelly Owen, Teri Adams, Beverly Basham, Ann McKenzie, Betty Fletcher, Marilyn Hyatt. 374 Little Sisters SAG Lime sisTCKs Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters of Minerva; Front: Julie Warmouth, Becky Lloyd, Jan Goodson, Sherri Sample, Kathy Kingrey, Debbie Buchanan, Joni Talor, Paula Goode, Tracie Brewer, Carla McKnight, Lynn Price. Middle: Judy Rownd, Karen Young, Kristen Kemp, Christie Brown, Becky Pugh, Holly Magtuder, Ann Pulliam, Michelle Adcock, Carol Beene, Pam Campbell, Mary Lynn Ederington, Cathy Cravens, Holly Turner, Dana Davis, Mary Lynn Hollowell. Back: Carol Hurley, Denny Hoag, Gaye Hout, Karen Jasivlevicious, Ann Anderson, Lynne Randall, Elizabeth Puddephatt, Andrea Makris, Nancy Sue Bradley, Elizabeth Clark, Sheila McCown, Paula Kitchens, Kathy Dawson, Lisa Neiburg, Natalie Bert, Ellen English, Sarah Oliver, Kathryn Murry. Little Sisters 375 SiQMA NU LiTTLe SISTERS Sigma Nu Little Sisters: Front: June Morrow, Suzette Dees, Mary Beth Esch, Liz Darelius, Mimi Myer, Mel Wilson, Connie Zmarzly, Becky Vestal, Tracy Gwaltney, Kris Johnson. Middle: Jan Cross, Cindy Gwaltney, Cindy Haley, Susan Hood, Kathy Mallon, Jan Young, Susan Willett, Suzy Stone, Debbie Gold, Billie Dean Mayes, Leslie Overbey, Layne Livingston, Sally Fisher. Back: Anne Johnston, Melissa Shoffner, Terry Norman, Cindy Stewart, Laura Randall, Terri Marshall, Allison Terry, Gina Fotioo, Martha Taylor, Susan Lochhead, Debbie Kirkpatrick. 376 Little Sisters SiQ Gp Lime sisTCKs Sigma Phi Epsilon Girls of the Golden Heart: Step 1: Liz Paddock. Step 2: Colleen Wehr, Jill Thompson. Step 3: Sandy Skinner, Martha Leisman, Mandy Angeletti, Susie Davis, Holly Henry. Step 4: Susan Jones. Step 5: Dottie Williams, Kelly Watson, Marilu Ohl, Michelle Cockeral, Debbie Dolster, Carylon Lindsay, Mariam Dykes (housemother). Step 6: Doug Mead (GoGH) coordinator), Jimmie Barham (sweetheart), Susan Bishop, Kim Cargill, Nan Weaver. 378 Greeks Greeks 379 Residence Hall Association Legislative Council: Front: Nancy Brandt, Ruby Hoffman, Debra Chauncey, Terri Luers, Bobby Pryor, Marybess Bryant, Jeff Richardson, Debbie Stewart, Carol Carr, Linda Friedman. Middle: Brian Loachowsky, Lisa Widner, Arthur Pruitt, Chuck Cobb, Kathy Kathy Hastings, Karen Jarvis. Back: John Blair, Mark Long, Bill Frye, Martha Vaught, Ronnie Jennings. Residence Hall Association Executive Council: Ronnie Jennings (ASG senator), Brian Lachowsky (ASG Senator), Carol Carr (first vice president), Marybess Bryant (treasurer), Jeff Richardson (second vice president), Debbie Stewart (Secretary). 382 RHA Residence Hall Senators to ASG: Front: Barbara Blair, Bobby Pryor (vice chairman), Joy Cleveland (secretary), Scott Ramoly (chairman), Patty Jack- son. Middle: Mark Long, Rebecca Lancaster, Ronnie Jennings, Rick Poole, Brian Lachowsky. Back: John Blair, Mark Clawson, Steve Lorenzo, Steve Quillman. RHA 383 384 Dorms Dorms 385 386 Dorms Dorms 387 388 Dorms l Dorms 389 390 Dorms Dorms 391 392 Dorms Dorms 393 394 Dorms Dorms 395 396 Dorms Fulbright C-1: Susan Alderson, Shaunna Alger, Lisa Allbright, Patty Allison, Amy Berry, Laura Burg, Maria Tereza, B. Gvimares, Kathy Koontz, Janet Larson, Jude Montelepee, Brenda McGlaughlin, Nicki Netherton, Annette Roberts, Jill Schroder, Julie Steele, Susan Temple, Kim Toler, Mona Winningham Fulbright C-2: Melinda Blackburn, Ann Bodenhamer, Carton Caroon, Doris Causey, Cary Cravens, Karen Formby, Pam Howell, Patty Jackson, Najla Kutait, Lynda Lee, Lisa Mills, Kelli Morgan, Trisha Taylor, Loralie Waits Dorms 397 Fulbright C-3: Alice Allen, Brett Biddle, Barbara Blair, Marcella Buechley, Nanette Burton, Maureen Downes, Judy Koester, Jill Luecke, Julie Murphy, June McMahon, Suzie Williams, Perry Wilson Fulbright H-1: Liz Baxley, Cindy Bell, Susan Bradford, Phyllis Cash, Leah Chester, Julie Drewry, Tammy Johnson, Kay Kearney, Leigh Randall, Donna Shipp 398 Dorms mVl wJ| Fulbright C-4: Debbie Bullock, Kathy Derr, Tammy Gibson, Pam Haynie, Toni Houston, Judy James, Susan Keegan, Missy Knight, Kathy Miller, Debbie Morris, Sue Pendergraft, Mary Peters, Linda Richardson, Tammy Staifford, Lesa Tanner, Nancy Wagner, Martha Walton, Tracy Womack, Carolyn Wren Fulbright H-2: Jeanne Blunker, Denise Carter, Pat Fletcher, Sharon Flood, Michelle Forsh- berg, Cindy Gaither, Kay Gibbs, Cammy Griffin, Ann Muse, Ken¬ ny Padgett, Cindy Parks, Julie Riley, Tammy Sanders, Vanya Webb Fulbright H-3: Pam Agan, Lynn Andres, Cindy Blyth, Teresa Courtney, Kim Haraway, Vicki Logan, Sandra Mahoney, Kim Malonw, Ann Rich, Cari Rush, Susan Thompson, Tracy Wiemer, Penny Yoakum Dorms 399 Fullbright K-2: Connie Bargiel, Cindy Dudley, Julie Harris, Sandi Hildebrand, Kathy Kirby, Kimberly Patter¬ son, Lydia Smith, Ellen Theis Fulbright H-4: Shelly Adams, Sherrie Caraway, Toni Lewis, Melinda Mackey, Kathy Mathis, Janice Patton, Lee Ann Poiriez, Virginia Rainwater, Sondra Ri¬ chie, Kathleen Simpson, Odelli- via Velina Watson, Kelly Whiting, Debbie Wylie Fullbright K-1: Chea Ball, Jean- nie Bench, Mary Brust, Susan Bryant, Kathy Dobbs, Kent Ger- nert, Linda Rogers, Brenda Thiel 400 Dorms Fulbright K-3: Terry Chambliss, Teresa Dettenheim, Darilyn Dodson, Marilyn Hiatt, Becky Klaser, Margaret McLarty, Patti Newell, Bonnie Nicholson, Anita Orr, Jan Stewart, Tierny Tirey, Laura Tonkin, Charlotte Williams, Rita Wright, Connie Zmargly. Fulbright K-4 Dorms 401 402 Dorms Putrall Hall: Roberta Agee Rhonda Allen Melissa Apel Kirn Archer Mary Atland Yamonda Ausbie Aleatha Bailey Gelinde Bailey Elizabeth Ballard Nancy Barker Brenda Barrett Rita Bealer Marion Beaty Judith Behan Rita Bewley Janet Biermann Karen Black Elizabeth Bogy Suellen Bowen Karen Boyles Janette Bratton Mary Brooks Eorna Brown Stephanie Brown Marybess Bryant Cynthia Buckner Allison Buetcklin Vikki Burton Mario Bush Linda Busse Bella Cairns Paula Caple Porns Chairatanayuth Betty Chesser Sandra Christopher Michelle Cobb Brigette Coleman Rosemary Coleman Cynthia Collier Diana Cox Lea Curry Dovie Davis Lisa Detwiler Christina Doering Suzanne Doss Rebecca Dunn Linda Edgeworth Deborah Ellingson Julia Ellis Carol Entricken Ann Faford Tersa Faldon Jeannette Ferguson Stephoney Fogle Emily Fortner Teresa Frazier Debra Gartman Susan Gilbert Sherry Godwin Denise Gramlich Judy Graper Connie Graves Lisa Gregory Lila Hageman Ann Haldeman Teri Hamma Andrea Hampton Helen Hampton Emily Hardin Dawn Haskin Diana Hawes Amanda Hayley Dorothy Hennings Sandra Henry Karen Hilton Lynda Hiltz Billy Holt Melissa Hope Theresa House Yelena Howard Cynthia Howell Diana Hunt Brenda Hunter Lisa Hutchens Karen Jarvis Tammie Jenkins Marsha Johnson Rochell Johnson Sharron Johnson Jana Jones Brenda Kankey Lenore Keeling Brenda Kerlee Sharon Kilgore Terri Knight Avis Lane Susan Lawson Curlie Legette Level Allison Cheri Lewis Suzanne Lewis Theresa Locke Michelle Loudermilk Teresa Loudermilk Lisa Lovett Gayle Lyon Cynthia Manuel Brenda Mason Janet Mathews Beverly Matthis Lisa Mazzanti Cathy McCraw Kimberly McDonald Nancy McGuffey Cherie McGuire Dyanne McKnight Leslie McRobbie Hellen Messner Jana Michel Katherine Michen Dena Moore Donna Moore Brenda Moorman Susan Moory Dorothy Morrow Martha Morse Mary Morse Eurydice Mosley Patty Munson Vicki Musholt Karen Newman Allyson Noel Paula Nosic Tina Nunnley Malinda Oakes Deborah Parham Elfredia Phillips Maria Plafcan Sandra Poore Karen Powell Tanya Price Valerie Reed Michele Revere Terry Richey Julia Riley Leisa Ritter Roberta Roberts Harisha Robertson Francis Robinson Kathryn Robinson Lisa Rowlett Lori Sanders Debbie Saunders Trendle Scott Frances Selby Alisa Sharp Jane Short Pamela Sills Janet Smith Gwendolyn Spivey Mary Spix Elizabeth Stallcup Susan Stephenson Mary Stevenson Sherrie Sweat Cheryl Swofford Janice Tate Venus Taylor Susan Thomas Cynthia Thomason Connie Tucker Kathy Turner Sue Unger Anner Vaughns Janine Walker Kathleen Wallis Christi Wardlaw Linda Webb Dana Wenzel Beverly White Lisa Widner Tijauna Wilkins Janis Williams Cecilia Wiser Dorothy Wittorff Deborah Wolfe Janet Wood Michelle Woodlee Kathy Woods Lisa Worst Marjorie Wright Joyce Wymes Nina Yancy Elizabeth York Dorms 403 404 Dorms Dorms 405 406 Dorms Dorms 407 408 Dorms Dorms 409 410 Dorms Dorms 411 412 Dorms Dorms 413 Humphreys Hall Staff: Patsy Brown (head resident), Lisa Bass (assistant head resident), Jeannie Sharp (2nd floor RA), Karie Lazier (3rd floor RA), Ruthanne Robinette (4th floor RA), Drusilla Welch (5th floor RA), Becky Sinyard (6th floor RA), Carol Burnside (7th floor RA), Dotty Neely (8th floor RA), Carol Ann Ross (9th floor RA), Carolyn Watson (minority assistant). Humphreys Hall House Council: Lisa Bass (advisor), Becky Baker (president), Alfrita Snowden (vice president), Donna Darby (secretary), Vickie Naormile (treasurer), Nancy Shaw (activities director), Tersa Curry (intramural chairman), Dana Cobb, Lisa Parr, Mora Stafford, Martha Vaught, Karen Shinn, Sharon Schaffer, Judy Howell, Kathy Garrison, Rhonda Duke, Janet Jackson, Lynn Jones, Vickie Cox, Shirley Wolf, Kim Knighten, Mary Margret Groves, Michelle Moore, Mary Morgan, Peggy Shields. 414 Dorms Humphreys Second: Marcia Bean, Carolyn Coleman, Janet Cunning, Lisa Dickey, Rhonda Duke, Janet Evans, Cheryl Frances, Alison Haregree, Shelly Henson, Barbara Holly, Joni Jennette, Claire Koffler, Janet Lacefield, Kathy Lochhead, Kathryn McNeil, Huyen Pham, Jill Prothro, Paula Roberts, Susan Scott, Jeanie Sharp, Karen Shelton, Martha Vaught, Lisa Walker. Humphreys Third: Sherril Anderson, Laura Bath, Gayle Cash, Rivers Franklin, Cindy Hammack, Janet Jackson, Angela Kellam, Martha Kittrell, Katie Lazear, Elizabeth Leeman, Sondra Leger, Joyce Litchti, Sandy Mommsen, Phyllis McKenzie, Nancy McMenamy, Lisa Parks, Jacque Petray, Tracy Rameron, Elicia Sinor, Susie Stephens, Carol Wasson. @ 2 ) (s a Dorms 415 Humphreys Fourth: Tracy Alexander, Lindy Andrews, Becky Baker, Shannon Brantley, Lee Ann Cooper, Dede Cravens, Kathy Haley, Stacie Hoggott, Melissa Holland, Janet Hooks, Lynn Jones, Chris Joplin, Donna Kading, Leslie Krebs, Lisa Kresse, Lacy Largent, Vickie Lienhart, Lisa Mason, Nancy McCarthy, Mary Jo McClellan, Ruthanne Robinette, Janet Rogers, Kathy Rogers, Peggy Shields, Birdetta Spann, Candy Treat, Lauri Trinca, Kelley Weaver. Humphreys Fifth: Amber Bright, Anna Connell, Vickie Cox, Lisa Crossland, Benita Day, Melinda Gammill, Cathy Garrison, Carolyn Gibson, Cindy Jarvis, Becky Jones, Judy Montgomery, Wendy Owens, Sharon Schaefer, Sally Simpson, Alfrita Snowden, Susan Story, Susan Strickland, Becky Troillett, Lee Van Nostrand, Drusilla Welch. 416 Dorms Humphreys Sixth: Carnien Alessi, Kristie Baltz, Ann Bogle, Tina Ciasca, Cindy DuVall, Karen Jasivlevieius, Ladona Moore, Jan Moser, Karen Plumlee, Becky Sinyard, Sherry Smith, Kathy Standiford, Donna Steizer, Deonne Talbot, Terri Thompson, Janna Williams, Shirley Wolf. Humphreys Seventh: Angela Bates, Carol Burnside, Gayle Corley, Cheryl Cranford, Bonnie Christy, Patti Drummond, Ann Edwards, Elizabeth Ford, Lori Frost, Jean Ann Fulcher, Sherril Green, Laura Hamblin, Susan Hines, Judy Howell, Terri Kauble, Kimberly Kirby, Kim Knighten, Diane Kruse, Lisa Little, Pam Moore, Bekki McCraw, Karen McCraw, Margaret McGlauftin, Martha Newton, Mary Beth Pomrenke, Vicki Robinson, Carol Seffense, Nancy Shaw, Leslie Stout, Karen Swink, Terri Watson, Gwen Watts, Janis Womack. Dorms 417 Humphreys Eighth: Margie Britton, Pat Burks, Diane Chrenko, Tammerah Copeland, Shirley Gardner, Jean Glasscue, Jennifer Graves, Mary Groves, Barbara Haythorn, Jane Heinrichs, Cathryn Hutcheson, Nilufer Medora, Sarah McMillan, Dotty Neely, Tamra Ollie, Robyn Osgatharp, Phyllis Ridout, Kym Smith, Stephanie Steele, Tommie Thompson, Maime Thrash, Kim Tribble, Bari Turner, Susan Underwood Carolyn Watson, Lynne Whitney, Sharon Wilcoxin, Chris Winstead. Humphreys Ninth: Judy Anderson, Susan Aycock, Cathy Brokate, Jo Ellen Chambers, Jamie Chatham, Rebecca Cobbit, Bev Coney, Debbie Dodds, Rhonda Dossman, Susie Edmonds, Mary Faulk, Annette Frazier, Pam Golden, Karen Harris, Christy Hill, Lee Mallon, Christi McLaughlin, Michelle Moore, Mary Morgan, Barbara Nielson, Lisa Olsen, Lisa Parr, Jan Pope, Carol Regan, Terri Rose, Carol Ann Ross, Sheila Rutledge, Karen Shinn, Kim Smith, Nancy Smith, Mora Stafford, Bobie Turner, Betsy Turskey, Dana Weber, Debbie Wilson, Christine Wolf. 418 Dorms Dorms 419 Yocum Hall Officers: Left to Right: Arthur Pruitt, Jeff Richardson, Rel Ross, Joe Young, James Smith. Yocum Hall Senate: Row . Tom Newton, Roy Smith, Joe Young, Louis Kreps. Row2: Jeff Richardson, Arthur Pruitt, Rel Ross, George Rhoads, Dale Head, Joe Dewayne Doshier. Row 3: Bruce Hendricks, John Root, James Smith, Mark Cooper. 420 Dorms Yocum Hall Staff: Front: Jerry Jackson, Steve Kennedy, George Rhoads, Sherri Rhoads, Mike McClure, Cliff Scogin, Larry Burns, Ronnie Deere, Rod Nance. Back: Anthony Lewis, Bennie Duckett, Lonnie Green, Bob Gieringer, Richard Scott. Mu Alpah Nu (Yocum Hall Honorary): Front: Jeff Richardson, Ronnie Deere, Cliff Scogin, Rod Nance, Mike McClure, Arthur Pruitt, Rel Ross. Back: Richad Widdows, Steve Kennedy, Gary Hutchinson, George Rhoads, Larry‘Burns, Richard Scott, Louis Kreps. Dorms 421 ] Yocum First Mike Ali Waele Ali Leonard Bradley Jay Brizzolara John Coats John Eckart Paul Hines Steve Kennedy George Lawson Louis Lorenzo Steve Lorenzo Floyd Parkinson Steve Powell John Root Rel Ross Cliff Scogin Lyndon Smith Steve Stair John Sturdy Malcolm Teague Randy Williams 422 Dorms Yocum Second Ronald Albritton Rich Arrington Roy Barnard Larry Brannam Steve Brown Lewis Bruton Chris Carver Clark Colwell Dennis Crantord Bennie Duckett Bill Eckenrode Walter Hedges Amin Hider Richard Hogue Donnie Hubbell Alvin Huck Steven Kell Dean Lagrone Thomas Laskaris Linn Light Jerry Martin Robert Messengale Charles Miesner Ulysses Parr Dave Price Ken Price Richard Roeder Scott Rowland Richard Skaggs Alan Standeford Jeff Thomas Malcom Tollett Robert Ubelhor Steven Walthour Timothy Willet Albritton William Ricky Willis Billy Wood Wes Young Dorms 423 Yocum Third Dennis Arrington John Barkley Frank Barksdale Greg Barnard Eric Blasdel Randy Bourns Bubba Brewster Barry Bryan Dennis Buckley president Ron Cockman Tim Cooper Randy Costa Colin Crouch Jay Daves Jim Edington Jim Ennis Ben Evert Greg Fosburgh Dave Fuller vice president Rick Gammill Pat Geheb Bryon Goebel Barry Harper Allen Hollis Joe Ingram secretary Dan Inuwa Mark Klinghammer Lewis Kreps Jean Ledger Maxine Tim Merritt Phil Miron Paul Myer Kevin McManus Rod Nance Majid Oskouee Brett Pharis Don Phillips Arthur Pruitt Dave Remmerscheid Otis Robinson Dave Romain Pat Ryan Mitchell Sams Larry Schwartz David Smith James Sparks Kent Starr David Swaim Craig Treece Oren Tucker Scott Warren Alan Watson Charles Wood Mark Woolsey Earl Vories 424 Dorms Yocum Third Little Sisters: Front: Jeanie Sharp, Phyllis McKenzie, Joni Jennette, Cheryl Francis, Terry Allen. Back: Tadd McNeil, Susan Scott, Karen Shelton, Jo Weaver, Monica Barnes, Marcia Bean, Kathryn McNiel. Dorms 425 Yocum Fourth Neal Alexander Jeff Altemas Robert Arguello Doug Atkins Tim Baber Bill Baker Phil Baldwin Rodney Brannon Keith Brown Jeff Burnett Mark Burt Steve Carter John Cash Randy Clevenger John Culpepper Bryan Dunbar Ed Gaitley Bill Gatewood Tim Glancey David Gorham Tom Groce Kelly Hackler Randy Hathaway Bruce Hendricks George Hollowell Carl Honeysuckle David Howerton Mike Hughes Doug Jackson Barry Jewell Barry Jones Steve Jones James Kiazolu Rudi Landolt Anthony Lewis minority assist. H ossein Manoochiheri David Mosley Doug McAllister Jeff McCollum Bruce Nunnally Parker Pennings Gary Pierce Alan Porbeck Andrew Post Ted Price Steve Richards Jeff Richardson Richard Scott resident assist. Keith Smith Gary Thorn Mark Tolleson Al Turner Greg Westbrook John Wheelis Al Williams 426 Dorms SUPER-FLOOR STANDINGS ‘ RANK FLOOR POINTS Yocum Fifth Michael Baker Charles Ball Thomas Bath Lance Bogoslavsky Jhon Branford John Buzbee Edward Calcote Randall Cogbill Donald Comer Mark Cooper Gahlen Crawford Curtis Eggers Steven Erskine William Eubanks Robert Glover Brad Hensman Johnny Hopkins Robert Humphrey Wade Wallace Irby Howard Jones Thomas Kiernan Randy King Paul Koesy Paul Mills Edward Moulthrop Ronald Mullis William Murry Mike McClure Teddy McMurray Toney McMurray Darrell Nelson James Newton Richard Oest Allen Pettit Scott Pettit Samuel Phillips Jeffrey Price Kenneth Raney Larr y Roberts Tony Rogers William Rogers Steven Sexton Tim Sheible Tim Stone Thomas Sulephen Stephen Thomas Tu Minh Tran Len Turner Louis Vogele Henry Wallace Terry Wallace John Weber Thomas Williams Rickey Wofford David Woods Roddy Yates Dorms 427 Yocum Seventh Brian Amos Robert Beauchamp Reed Bethel Tracy Borghese Keith Bramlett Jimmie Bush William Cheyne Doug Chrestman Charles Cox William Cromley Robert Davis William Ford William Frye John Geruntho Robert Gieringer Timothy Golman Jay Gulick Dennis Gullett Mark Hartz Mike Heathcott John Howard Ronald Jones Steve Johnson Weldon Joslin Miguel Law Dale Mann Marc Manuel Brian Miller John Miller Douglas Milligan Kenneth Mills Archie Moore Gary Morris Mark Mosley Phillip Murphy Chris McMasters John Nalley Michael Neihouse Richard Null Lamont Parsons John Plummer Lynn Poorman Adrien Presley Billy Riley James Rimmer John Sanders Bruce Smith Randall Stocks John Stroh Randall Swilley Douglas Teaster John Terry Frank Turman Seth Williams Joe Young James Zimmerman 428 Dorms Yocum Eighth Mohammed Bonyady Glenn Brown Larry Burns David Chu Richard Cross John Evans Mike Faulkner Danny Forkner Mark Greenway Mike Harris Dale Head Gary Hutchinson Chip Jolly Eddie Langston Guy Leopard David Lewis Dave Lum Steve Malone Bill Margrave Randy Matthews Greg Mitchell Rusty Mullen Robert McLemore Snit Oonchitti Ray Oxenreider Mike Post Brett Pritchard Phil Sloan Brian Smith Jeff Staggs Stephen Steed Don St. Martin Jeff Williams Jeff Winton David Woodall Dorms 429 Yocum Ninth Jeff Amos Ronnie Ball Rick Brumett Rick Connors Marvin Dalla Rosa Terry Dean Ronnie Deere Ricky Eastwold Richard Fish Lindy Frizzell David Gaskill Rob Graham Bruce Grubb Joe Hill Mark Jasper Joe Ray Jones Frank Little Tim Lum Dean Maiden Tom Newton Larry Oelrich David Pemberton Lew Piper Jerry Poague Randy Prince Scott Ramoly Keith Richmond John Rowe John Sharp Michael Sharp Chuck Shipman Ron Steen Tommy Wall David Wheeler Jerry Wrape 430 Dorms Yocum Sixth: James Acree, Nematolah Alirezaee. Saw Ang, Richard Arnette, Greg Belew, Mark Bradley, K. Breckenridge, Vernon Brooks, William Browning, David Burks. Rex Caldwell, Anothy Coles. Mickey Cooper, Bruce Crawford. Darrell Donaldson, Joe Doshier, Jafar Farzan, Gregory Fisher, Thomas Gaylor. Lonnie Green. John Hairston. Jack Hammack, Gary Harris, Mike Heiman. Harry Herbert, Raymond Hughes, Thomas Hunt, Terry Imme, Barry Irvin, Mansour Jannati, Massoud Jannati, Mark Jeffcoat, Muthuramas Karuppan, Bob Kehler. Thomas Lawson, Charles Littlejohn, Wade Lollis, David Morgan. Roger Morgan, Wiley Mosley, Michael McKelvy, Jeffrey Necessary, Robert Payne, Pat Plunkett, Rick Pulvirenti, Steven Reding, Billy Richmond, Richard Riopel, Alireza Sanjani, Roberto Sedycias, Majid Shariati, Michael Shell, Robert Snelson, Gregory Stark, Rihard Stiltner, Greg Wamble, Paul Weeks. Yocum Tenth: Sam Alley, Lynn Barnett, Mark Barton, Hardey Beaver. William Bennett, John Bour, David Srotherton, Dennis Brune, Carra Bussa, Richard Connors, Mark Cook, Scott Cooper, Stuart Crawford, Charles Davis, Michael Driggers, Robert Eldridge, James Frye, Mark Fuller, Bryan Grimsley, David Gusewelle, Timothy Hawkins. Terry Hedden, Roy Henderson, John Hines, Jim Jones. Jesse Kirkham, Phillip Kropp, Anton Kurz, Patrick Larsen, Jerald Lewis. George Linn, George Lony, Matthew Meadows. James Miller. Jim McGrew, Ali Najafi, Mark Nelson, Marcus O’Brien, David Pollard, David Porter, Jeffrey Puckett, Jerry Richardson, Terrell Rodgers, Stephen Skrine. James E. Smith, Roy Smith, William Stanton, Robert Story, Douglas Swink, Timothy Teague, George Wade, John Waldrup, Terry Wallace, Richard Widdows, James Wofford. Samuel Wyatt. Dorms 431 University Baptist John McDonald Church Hall Gene McGraw Mike Bearden Mark Pearson Steven Bradley Jim Peregrin Phillip Caddell David Porter Joseph Cross James Potter John English William Stoll Tom Fletscher Henry Stroope Joey Fuller Philip Vaughn Scott Gardner Ken Walden Bubba Hagan Blake Weber Don Henry Wayne Wheelis Michael Hobson Kirk Whiteside Davis Kuykendall Scott Williams Clark Lewis Fred Woods Paul Mahoney Terry Moore Greg Young 432 UBC University Baptist Church Women Tricia Cooper Lisa Davenport Lou Ann Gregg Nanette Lacey Janelle Latimer Connie Papizan Kathy Peele Kathy Reynolds Kelly Roberts Maureen Scott Paula Spurlock Susan Stallcup Susan Stokes Karen Wilson UBC 433 Sitting in front :, Lester Niblock, Charles Faulkner, Steve Eason, Kathy Bailey, Barbara Womack, Jerry Cox. Middle: David Martin, Craig Smith, , Teresa Reading, Scott Emerson, David French, Denise May, Tom Jackson, Kevin Cunningham, John Adams. Back: Ken Christian, Mike Hawkins, Nancy Higdon, Nanci Hinds, David Simmons, Ken Neece, Candy Clark, Bill Lonon, Jackie Laha. Officers: Bill Lonon (vice president), Denise May (treasurer), Candy Clark (president), Ken Neece (secretary). 434 Off Campus Off Campus 435 436 Off Campus Off Campus 437 438 Off Campus Off Campus 439 Timothy Akpakpan. Nigeria Educational Administration Sam Ali, Little Rock Civil Engineering Benjamin C. Arinze. Nigeria Political Science Thomas J. Augat, Fayetteville Zoology John 0. Awowale, Nigeria General Business Barbara G. Bascom, Springdale Finance and Banking George A. Bethell, Brinkley Law Mark Binns, Warren Law William E. Brandon, Lonoke Chemical Engineering Richard L. Buckley. Fayetteville Political Science Vikki M. Burton. Ruston, LA Math Pornsri Chairatanyuth. Thailand Animal Science Wai-Ming Chan. Fayetteville General Business Lap Fai Cneung. Fayetteville Finance William K. Childers. Pryor. OK Bacteriology Robert L. Coleman, Forrest City Law David C. Craig. Fort Smith Finance Ray C. Culver, West Helena Law Anthony G. Davis. Fayetteville Agronomy Alan DeRamus, Mena Agronomy Richard L. Dickerson. Fayetteville Chemical Engineering Phyllis S. Domann, Auxvasse. MO Business Administration David L. Dunagan, Fayetteville Law Larry Dunklin, Portageville. MO Law Ita E. Edet. Fayetteville Political Science Majid Ghorayshi. Iran Agronomy Bert K. Greenwalt, Hazen Agricultural Economics Wendell L. Griften, Fayetteville Law Harry J. Hamner, Little Rock Political Science James W. Hannon, Coffeyville, KS Counselor Education Heddy Hasbun. Fayetteville French David B. Hawkins, Texarkana Civil Engineering Donald W. Henry, Nashville General Business James E. Hoelscher Jr.. Fayetteville Agronomy Stephen J. Hotz, Fort Smith Law Michael Huggler, Russellville Bacteriology 442 Graduates Joseph b. Hurst. Little Rock Law Cynthia J. Jenkins, Fayetteville Journalism Pilkyun Jung, Korea Agronomy John W. Keraus. Fayetteville Psychology Sharon E. Kilgore. Harrison Councelor Education Kevin N. King. Hardy Law Valentine J. Klimkowski. Hurrah. OK Chemistry Amer M. Kraim, Tripoli Entomology Kurumi O. Kuroda. Fayetteville Psychology _ Davis W Kuykendall. Little Rock General Business Randall S Lamb. Delight i aw James A May. Fayetteville Environmental Engineering Teresa J. Mayo. Rogers Business Vicki Melde. Texarkana.Tx Elementary Education Marion Moore. Crossed Translation David H. McCormick. Danville Law Douglas W. McKinney. Rogers Secondary Education John R. McNair. Jonesboro Law Hudson C. Nwakanma, Nigeria Finance James E. O’Hern. Fayetteville Law Jim Phillips. Forrest City Law Keith Phillips. Fayetteville Finance and Real Estate William E. Place. Wilmot Business Administration Lloyd P. Powell. Hope General Business Sarah A. Presson. Fayetteville Law Byron C. Rhodes. Norfolk. VA Law George Rhoads, Fayetteville Law Mark E. Risk. Clarksville Business Administration Greggory D. Roberts, Fort Smith Speech Dramatic Art Joe G. Robson. Clinton Counselor Education David A. Russell. Fayetteville Business Administration Fenner W. Russell. Fayetteville Management Robert O. Sawyer. Fort Smith Law Peter J. Slagter. Fayetteville Animal Science Rodney E. Slater. Marianna Law John P. Smith. Fort Smith Entomology Sontachai Suwanakul, Fayetteville Business Economics Sherrie J. Sweat. Nacogdoches. TX Mathematics Malcolm R. Teague. Shreveport. LA General Business Danny J. Treat. Sheridan General Business Randolph H. Vogel. Fayetteville Public Administration Todd W. Walker. Springdale Entomology Tom E. Ward. Springdale Accounting Obie Whitmore Jr.. Ashdown Law Mark Williams. Fayetteville Business Administration Beverly A. Wilson. Springdale Industrial Management 443 Graduates Carol J. Abercrombie. Fayetteville Human Devel. Family Services Jimmy D. Acklin, Conway Zoology Paul E. Acre. Greenbrier Agricultural Engineering Barbara J. Adams. Little Rock Social Welfare Mark D. Adams. Fayetteville Anthropology Michelle Adcock. Little Rock Journalism Terry L. Alder. Benton Chemical Engineering John E. Allen. Memphis, TN Marketing Jonathan D. Allen, Fayetteville Education Samuel E. Allen. Alicia Agricultural Ecomonics Frank M. Allison. DeQueen Civil Engineering Connie J. Allred. Mountain Home Education Patricia R. Amason, Magnolia Secondary Education Jeffery G. Amos. Decatur Data Processing Ann Anderson. Dallas, TX Speech Barry Andrews. Greenville. MS Civil Engineering Thersa A. Appleyard, Fort Smith Special Education Gholanali Asghari, Fayetteville Electrical Engineering Ace M. Ashmore. Rogers Industrial Engineering Brian K. Atchley. Green Forest Plant Proect Cest Management Thomas J. Atwood. Fayetteville Marketing Francis N. Audesirk, Doylestown, PA Public Administration Mark R. Bainbridge, Kansas City. KS Agronomy Bruce E. Baird. Fayetteville Marketing Scott S. Bailey. Springdale Business Lai Ann Baker. West Fork Zoology John R. Bales. Stamps Geology Gregory L. Baltz, Fayetteville Agricultural Engineering Margaret K. Banks. Fort Smith Geology Curtis G. Barnes. Junction City Animal Science 444 Seniors Greg P. Barnes, Fort Smith Marketing Marian A. Barnes, Farmington Nursing Gary D. Barnett. Jacksonville Electrical Engineering Jerry M. Barnett, Little Rock Accounting Dianna G. Bashaw, Springdale Business Larry G. Beach. Fayetteville Accounting Janet L. Beadle. Little Rock Social Welfare Marcia L. Bean, Clarksville Accounting Elise Bedwell, Fort Smith Education Ramon N. Beeler. Fayetteville Chemical Engineering Hollice A. Belk, Little Rock Domestic Animal Biology Deborah A. Bell. Little Rock Psychology Rebecca S. Bell, Little Rock Food and Nutrition Salvatore J. Bellomo, Manville, NJ Art Education Elsa R Beneke. Winslow Journalism David L Bennett, Fayetteville Plant Protection Patricia K Benton. Yellville Marketing Bil W. Bequette, Farmington Chemical Engineering Donna G. Biggs, Springdale Accounting Data Processing Kenneth D. Bright. Cave Springs Physical Education Chrysi L. Black, Fayetteville Marketing Hollis A. Blagg, EL El Dorado Special Education John M. Blair, Richardson. TX History Robin Bledsoe. Little Rock Marketing Zane R. Boatright, Fayetteville, NC Mechanical Engineering Jane F. Bockholt, Rogers Executive Secretarial Studies Isaac W. Bollinger. Charleston History Jane D. Bond. Pittsburg. PA Nursing John Y. Bonds. Little Rock Pol. Sci. Lat. Amer. Studies Ann Bookout, Hot Springs Marketing Byron M. Bordeaux. Wilmot Zoology Julie A. Borgognoni. Lake Village Accounting Colana Bostic. Little Rock Accounting Suellen Bowen, Wesley Social Welfare Tom D. Boydston, Rogers Administrative Management Kristi J. Bradford. Lepanto Agricultural Economics Joe H. Bradley. Forrest City Chemistry Nancy S. Bradley. Forrest City English Jan S. Bratton. Sheridan Elementary Education Carol L. Brennecke. APO San Fran., CA Political Science John A. Brenner. Parkin Finance and Banking Randy T. Bridges. Benton Electrical Engineering Nancy L. Brizendine, Little Rock Journalism Jan P. Brockmole. Evansville. IN Special Education Gail M. Brogdon, Springdale Finance and Banking Brenda L. Brown. Harrison Social Welfare Terry L. Brown. Batesville Data Processing Douglas R. Bryant. Springdale Architecture 445 Senoirs MaryDess Bryant, Texarkana Accounting Susan E. Bryant, Nashville Food and Nutrition Allen C. Buchanan, Texarkana Economics Dennis D. Buckley. Carlisle Electrical Engineering Robert J. Buddig, Lockport, IL Marketing Amanda K. Buice, Murray. KY Data Processing Jerry B. Burkett, Stuttgart Agricultural Economics Jerry A. Burns. Cabot Chemistry Kara A. Bushkuhl, Fort Smith Accounting Cheryl L. Byrd, Fort Smith Home Economics Education Caren N. Cagle. Prairie Grove Accounting David E. Cain, Blytheville Administrative Management Melissa L. Campbell. Little Rock Personeel Management Larry R. Cantrell. Pine Bluff Finance and Real Estate Joyce Carlson. Tulsa. OK Accounting Data Processing James T Carpenter. Baton Rouge. LA Civil Engineering Carol A Carr, North Little Rock Health Education Catherine E. Carroll. Fayetteville Nursing Jerry L. Carter. Little Rock Marketing William S. Case. Texarkana, TX Zoology Jon D. Cash, Crossett Political Science Walter K. Cash. Pine Bluff Marketing Nancy G. Cassady. Fort Smith Accounting Kelley Cathey, Rison Elementary Education Mark R. Cathey. Rison Accounting Michael E. Chastain, Little Rock Chemical Engineering Frederick M. Chilcote. Little Rock Architecture Paul P. Ching, Hong Kong Mechanical Engineering William M. Chivers, Dardanelle Industrial Engineering Teresa M. Cicerone. Scotland Zoology Pam S. Clark, Springdale Zoology John J. Cloud. Little Rock Zoology Roger E. Collier, Harrison Architecture Michael A. Conner, Corning Engineering Science Melanie A. Cook. Fairfax. VA Political Science Phillis K. Cook. Fayetteville Secondary Education William L. Cook. El Dorado Accounting James B. Cooper. Benton Chemistry Mark F. Cooper, Mountain Home Political Science Cliff C. Cordes, Springdale Accounting Jeffrey B. Cornelsen, Little Rock Personnel Management Brenda L. Cornett, Judsonia Speech Pathology Randal W. Costa, Arvada. CO Administrative Management John L. Covington, Dallas. TX Physical Education Mary J. Cowan. Rogers Accounting Calvin G. Cox, Gurnee. IL Architecture Nancy J. Cramer. Fayetteville Administrative Management L. D. Crane. Pine Bluff Electrical Engineering 446 Seniors “Somebody over there got an omega?” Steven T. Crawford, Little Rock Personell Management Dennis D. Crawley, Gravett Dairy Science Stuart Crews. Fort Smith Marketing Joseph M. Cross, Dewitt Chemistry Janet E. Cunning, Fairbanks, AK Accounting Brett C. Davis, Monticello Zoology Deborah Davis, Van Buren Industrial Engineering Debra K. Davis, Bentonville Business Office Education Doris J. Davis, Fayetteville Accounting Jerry L. Davis. Fayetteville Accounting Monica D. Davis, Fayetteville History Robert M. Davis, Fayetteville Finance and Real Estate Terry L. Dean. Pea Ridge Accounting E. J. Diffin, Farmington Marketing Avis N. Dillard. Hope Accounting Rebecca S. Dillard, Murphreesboro Elementary Education Ann Dilliard, Hot Springs Clothes Textiles Lane E. Dooly, Fort Smith Industrial Engineering Martha D. Downum,Springdale Administrative Management Onnee B. Downum, Springdale Marketing William G. Doyel, Springdale Accounting Ruth E. Drake. Fayetteville Secondary Education Pat A. Drevs. Lone Wolf. OK Horticulture David W. Dudley, Paragould Marketing Katherine L. Dudley. Pocahontas Political Science Romona L. Duncan. Jonesboro Clothing Textiles Phillip D. Dye. Pine Bluff Architecture Angela R. Eason. Moro Fashion Merchandising Stephen A. Eason, Fayetteville Finance and Banking Micheal A. Easterling, Rogers Finance and Banking 447 Seniors Billy O. Edgemon, Fayetteville Accounting Janna L. Elkins, Charleston Speech Dramatic Art Steve Elliott, Fayetteville Architecture Mary E. Elmore, Lake Village Special Education Tom. E. Elser, Fort Smith Marketing Brian L. Engledowl, Texarkana Electrical Engineering Ellen M. English. North Little Rock Art Brenda M. Erke, Fort Smith Fashion Merchandising Jon Mark Erstine, Stuttgart Agricultural Economics Gregory D. Estep. Harrison Agricultural Engineering William T. Eubanks. Pine Bluff Landscape Architecture Alice G. Farmer. Green Forest Accounting Data Processing Jean Feild, Little Rock Chemistry Wendy A. Ferguson. Little Rock Elementary Education Jeanette L Fetzer, Jacksonville Accounting_ Charles B Findley. Stuttgart industrial Engineering _ Bill Fine. Fort Smith Civil Engineering Betsy Fisher. Fort Smith Marketing Maria Florentino. Honduras Finance and Banking Robert K. Flowers. Fayetteville Landscape Architecture Dale Flynt. Fayetteville Architecture David Fogleman, Marion Agricultural Economics Fun Fong. Hughes Distributive Education Melissa Fontaine. Clarksville Administrative Management Sandra S. Fowler. Boxley Elementary Education Tammie F. Frachiseaur. Grannis Special Education Cheryl G. Francis. Little Rock Mathematics John J. Francisco. Ballwin. MO Art Scott K. Franes. Little Rock AFB Political Science Larry G. Franklin. Fayetteville Transportation Randall M. Franklin. Collinsville. IL Nursing Daniel J. Franks. Michigan City. IN Architecture Darrell D. Freeman, Fayetteville Political Science David M. French. Hot Springs Architecture Lindy V. Frizzell. Jacksonville Administrative Management William K. Fugitt, Springfield. MO Architecture Charity K. Fung. Hong Kong Music Robert K. Gaddy. Pine Bluff Chemical Engineering Scott R. Gardner. Travis AFB. CA Journalism Florence L. Garner. Fayetteville Geography Ronald G. Garner. Fayetteville Accounting Debbie L. Gartman. Monticello Psychology William M. Gelfand. Denver. CO Zoology Nancy L. Gilmer. Ozark Nursing James S. Gist. Fort Smith Transportation Gail A. Gladden. Hot Springs Human Devopment Family Serv. Jeffrey C. Glantz, Cedar Rapids. IA Personnel Management Virginia R. Glenn. Hackett Social Welfare 448 Seniors Lee Godley, Blytheville Agronomy Elbert E. Godwin, El Dorado Architecture William D. Goehren, Gardiner, NY Physical Education Paul C. Goode. Fayetteville Social Welfare Robert F. Goodfellow, Fort Smith General Business Carol Goodman, Mannford, OK Marketing Jan A. Goodson, Texarkana Special Education Richare A. Gordon. Fort Smith Chemical Engineering Kathy J. Gore, Webster Groves. MO Special Education Janet R. Goss. North Little Rock Zoology Gus H. Graham. Tuckerman Economics Judy L. Graper, Fort Smith Special Education Karen D. Gray, Hot Springs History Randy W. Gray. Siloam Springs General Business Dallas W Greenberg, Beebe Geology Kenneth I.. Greene, Fayetteville Music Education Frank A. Gnftin. Pine Bluff Accounting June Griffith, Springdale Home Economics Sherri D. Griffiths, Zionsville, IN Dietetics Frank I. Gwaltney, Russellville Art Bubba Hagan. Little Rock Finance and Insurance William F. Hairston, Springdale Finance and Real Estate Bonnie J. Halderson, Fayetteville Nursing Donald D. Hall. Hunter Agronomy Larry R. Hall, Little Rock Architecture Lynn Hamilton, Hamburg Accounting Cheryl L. Hamlin, Malvern Nursing Erie Hammans, Stuttgart Agricultural Economics Helen E. Hampton, Little Rock Social Welfare Mary Ellen Hanle, North Little Rock Mathematics Joe D. Hardin, North Little Rock Industrial Management Patricia L. Hardison, Houston, TX Landscape Architecture Debra F. Hargiss, Fayetteville Interior Design Pamela J. Harman, Fort Smith Marketing Dan B. Harned, Olathe, KS Electrical Engineering Craig A. Harper, North Little Rock Chemistry Terry A. Harpool. Neosho. MO Geology Jeff Harrison, Russelville Architecture Dennis L. Hart, Fort Walton, FL Zoology Larry W. Hartzell, Beebe Speech Dramatic Art Debbi A. Harvey, Fayetteville Pyschology Laura M. Hatasaki, Springdale Elementary Education Robin Hatfield. Fort Smith Personnel Management John E. Hawkins, Jr.. Texarkana Civil Engineering Sydney A. Hawley, Pine Bluff Dietetics Barbara J. Hays. Pine Bluff Home Economics Education Franklin L. Healey, Winchester Industrial Engineering Janet L. Heath. Wabash, IL Executive Secretarial Studies 449 Seniors Sharon D. Heldt, Fayetteville Political Science Thomas C. Heller, Kansas City, MO Finance and Real Estate Denise Henderson, Hot Springs Dietetics Jim H. Henderson, New Orleans, LA Data Processing Pamela A. Henderson, England Speech Pathology Nancy L. Henry, Pine Bluff William B. Henry, Little Rock Zoology Philip B. Hensley, Mena Finance and Banking Brenda K. Henson, Little Rock History Mel Henson, Mobile Accounting Pam Herriman, Springdale Music Education Billie S. Hess. Van Buren Industrial Engineering Crystal Higgins, Fayetteville Speech Pathology John Higgins, El Dorado Chemical Engineering William T. Higgs. Pine Bluff Marketing Shana L Hight. Bentonville Clothing and Textiles James J. Hiatt, Stuttgart Leslie L. Hilburn. Walnut Ridge Elementary Education Phillip A. Hilland, Texarkana Political Science Connie S. Hodges. Russelville Speech and Dramatic Art Sheila M. Hoelscher, Fayetteville Entomology Nancy E. Hoisington, Stillman Valley, IL Administrative Management George F. Holaway, Mesa, AR Earth Sciences Julie E. Holland, Greenwood Secondary Education Marcia K. Holland, Springdale Nursing Dwight S. Holloway, Huntsville Agricultural Engineering Janet E. Holman, North Little Rock Music Ann Holmes, Pine Bluff Accounting Christopher J. Homes, Rogers Music Education Tracy Holmes, Little Rock Administrative Management Amanda Honeycutt, Nashville Elementary Education Roger S. Horn, Fountain Hill Agriculture Charles D. Horsehead, Helena Finance and Banking Jane E. Horner, Blytheville Marketing Cindy L. Hosey, Marvell Special Education Mehdi Hosseini, Fairland, OK Chemical Engineering Pamela A. House, Batesville Finance and Banking Richard S. Houston, Little Rock Architecture Ginger L. Howard, Springdale Agricultural Economics Danny R. Hudson, Mount Judea Accounting Sandra L. Huenefeld, Heber Springs Fashion Merchandising Tommy C. Huey, Warren Administrative Management Debra S. Huff. Fayetteville Interior Design Brandon L. Huffman. Dover Accounting Cecilia A. Hughes. Blytheville Food and Nutrition Deborah L. Humphreys. Royal Home Economics Shonah A. Hunter, Bella Vista Zoology Carol A. Hurley. Little Rock Health Education 450 Seniors Oiane Johnson. Springdale Physical Education Helen M. Johnson, Lewisville Home Economics Stephen A. Johnson. Little Rock Industrial Management James M. Jones. El Dorado Business Office Education Joseph W. Jewell. Little Rock Poultry Sripnce Richard W. Hutchins, Bryant Industrial Engineering Gary W. Hutchinson. Springdale Computer Science John Irby, El Dorado Chemical Engineering Dana L. Isgrig, Little Rock Marketing Joseph L. Itz, Fayetteville Administrative Management Ted S. Ivy. Little Rock Mechanical Engineering Sarah L. Jaber, Fort Smith Special Education James E. Jackson. Springfield. MO Marketing Steven D. Jackson, Blytheville Agricultural Business Paul J. James. West Memphis History Chris a. Jasper. Paris Electrical Engineering Maria Olga Jave-Urban. Fayetteville Spanish Jay F. Jones. Fort Smith Finance and Banking Jerry L. Jones. Calico Rock Finance and Banking Joseph W. Jones. Springdale Music Education Stephen P. Jones, Fayetteville Landscape Design Urban Hr. Robin E. Jowers, Fayetteville Elementary Education Mike J. Jumper. Fayetteville Mechanical Engineering Raymond A. Jurcik, Russellville Mechanical Engineering Lyle G. Justus. Bedford. IL Accounting June E. Kaffenberger. Crossed Poultry Science David P. Kahanamoku. Kula Maui. HI Transportation James S. Kay, Wynne Public Administration Gina S. Keasler. Bryant Finance and Real Estate Steve E. Kennedy. Little Rock Architecture Thomas J. Kiene, Charleston Electrical Engineering Cecil R. Kildow, West Fork Accounting William L. Kimbriel, Paris Finance and Real Estate Carol A. King. Benton Public Administration Cindy L. King. Pocahontas Secondary Education Fran King. Pineville English Kathryn J. Kingrey. Strong Administrative Management Mark A. Kinion. Prairie Grove Agri Food Science Andrew A. Kinslow, Russellville Architecture Lee A. Kirby. Fort Smith Landscape Architecture Kris D. Krik, Westville, OK Physics Donna G. Kirkpatrick, Little Rock Executive Secretarial Studies Maxie G. Kizer, Pine Bluff English Edwin G. Klugh. Hot Springs Zoology Kerri L. Kohles, Springdale General Business Kimon Kosnitis, Shreveport, LA Chemistry Kenneth P. Kramer. Fort Smith Accounting Kenny D. Kvaternik, McGehee Accounting 451 Senior? Steven C. Ladika. Barrington. IL Environmental Science Jacqueline A. Laha, Little Rock English Dana Lou Lamberth. Stuttgart Speech Pathology Charles A. Larrison. Little Rock Chemistry Jolene A. Lasley. Enola Home Economics Education Laura J. Latimer. Lockesburg Executive Secretarial Studies Bobby J. Lawson. Pine Bluff Marketing Catherine A. Lazear. Pine Bluff Home Economics Russell W. Leath, Paragould Electrical Engineering Patrick C. Leding, Fort Smith Finanace and Real Estate Mari J. Lee, Dallas. TX Home Economics Susan C. Leeton. Fayetteville Accounting Laura A. Lehman. Gamaliel Deaf Education Daniel A. Leis, Lowell Zoology Balke T. Liedtke, Houston. TX German Marilyn E. Lindsay. Lowell Zoology William C. Lindsey. Calico Rock Speech and Dramatic Art Randall M. Lloyd, Van Buren Accounting Pamela F. Loftis, West Fork Social Welfare Darryl C. Longee. Sherwood Zoology Kevin D. Looney. North Little Rock Bacteriology Mark D. Lowery. North Little Rock Speech and Dramatic Art Edward W. Lowry. McLean. VA Marketing Patricia J. Lynn. Helena Education Cindy S. Maas, Ft. Smith Health Education William T. Mabrey, Little Rock Chemistry Dewey E. Magar. Little Rock Industrial Engineering Paul L. Mahoney. Harrison Sociology Jeanne S. Mailes. Seneca. MO General Business Mike Manning. Rogers Architecture Marc E. Manuel. Van Buren Administrative Management Joseph A. Marchelites. Jacksonville Electrical Engineering John E. Marconi. Crawfordsville Finanace Real Estate Michelle Marks, Elaine Finance Banking Terri A. Marshall. Hot Springs Housing Interior Design Cassandra S. Martin. Little Rock Journalism Kirk G. Martin, Fort Smith Chemical Engineering Donna D. Massey. Pine Bluff Zoology James A. Mattox. Little Rock Mechanical E ngineering Georgia A. Meek. Fort Smith Marketing James S. Melton. Hot Springs Accounting Karen J. Melton. Lonoke Journalism Lela K. Milburn, Fayetteville Nursing Thomas M. Milburn, Fayetteville Personnel Management 452 Seniors i iVi € a) JmS SWC officiating at its best Paul J. Mills, Hot Springs Geology Howa Y. Mitchell, Anderson, MO Home Economics Education Karen E. Mitchell, Fayetteville Deaf Education Ronald E. Mitchell, Anderson. MO Agricultural Education Dani L. Mize, Fayetteville Elementary Education Freshteh Moghtaderi, Fayetteville Instructional Resources Nicki N. Mooney. Springdale Electrical Engineering Philip A. Moore, El Dorado Soil Science Larry D. Mores. Jr., Merced. CA Journalism Martha A. Morgan, Fort Smith Political Science Mary F. Morgan, Dallas, TX Fashion Merchandising Victoria L. Morgan. Fayetteville Marketing Jan C. Moser. North Little Rock Accounting Charles B. Mott. Little Rock Accounting Michael W. Mourot, Lake Jackson. TX Chemical Engineering Scott A. Mueller, Joplin, MO English Mike R. Munson, Austin Electrical Engineering Larry J. Murphy. Lake City, FL Marketing Lee H. Murray. Fayetteville Industrial Engineering Vicki M. Musholt. Rogers Zoology Mimi M. Myer, El Dorado Psychology Ralph Myers. McCrory Accounting William M. Myers. Little Rock Accounting Bryan McCallen, Wabash, IL Political Sciencr Tanya M. McConnell, Cabot Nursing Matthew J. McCorkingdale, Harrison Accounting Pamela R. McCutchen. Waldron Interior Design Bryan McBryde, Fayetteville Accounting Wiley G. McDonald. Pasadena. TX Business Dennis W. McGarrha, Bentonville Journalism Seniors 453 Sam McGee, Fayetteville Architecture George R. McGhee. Siloam Springs Accounting Geraldine McGuirk, Fayetteville Nursing Carla A. McKnight, Little Rock Journalism Rod Nance. West Memphis Electrical Engineering Jeffery T. Necessary. Arkadelphia Architecture Kenneth R. Neece. Walnut Ridge Political Science Debra J. Newkirk. Branson. MO Nursing David Newth. Vernon. TX Animal Science Anita H. Nichols. Pine Bluff Fashion Merchandising Karen L. Nicko, Scranton Finance Insurance Currin M. Nichol III. Pine Bluff Zoology Rick A. Nolte, Fort Smith Accounting Terry L. Norman. El Dorado Transportation_ Serena A. Nygaard, Fayetteville English Sharon A. O’Rourke. Fayetteville Industrial Engineering Lisa A. Nieburg. Little Rock Business Office Education Rick A. Nolte. Fort Smith Accounting_ Patricia H. Paas, Mena Elementary Education Joe D. Pagan. Little Rock Animal Nutrition Candace E. Page, Harrison Home Economics Education Kim A. Paladino. Malvern Accounting Kyle D. Parker. Fort Smith History Russ E. Parker. Marianna Agronomy Jan L. Partain, Springdale Marketing Helene L. Pascale. Pine Bluff Clothing Textiles Wayne R. Patterson, Texarkana Chemical Engineering Mark A. Pearson, Kansas City. KS Social Welfare Jim B. Pender. Foreman Civil Engineering Sue C. Pendergraft. Hope Secondary Education Rosalyn K. Pennington. North Little Rock Music Education Addrea R. Penzo. Springdale Fashion Merchandising Georgia Perchan, Pine Bluff Home Economics Education Melissa D. Perdue, Pine Bluff Speech Dramatic Art Lindsey C. Perkovich, Little Rock Physical Education Stephanie A. Perry. Fayetteville English Timothy E. Perry. Overland Park. KS Finance Banking Les Persohn. Little Rock Architecture Kent D. Peterson, Fort Dodge, IA Industrial Engineering Douglas B. Petty, Star City Voc. Agricultural Educ. Karen A. Phillips. Tulsa. OK Marketing Pamela D. Phi Hips, Hindsville Nursing Charles E. Pickle. Van Buren Horticulture Bill C. Pierce. Poteau, OK Marketing Gary L. Pierce. Crossett Marketing Tom.L. Pierson, Fordyce Chemical Engineering Dwain E. Planalto, Springdale Accounting Preston Plaxco. Fort Smith Architecture 454 Seniors Teresa E. Polk, Rogers Social Welfare Brian D. Poole, Springdale Personnel Management Janis E. Poole, Springdale Marketing Charlotte A. Porter, Clarksville Elementary Education Karen A. Powell, Mena Education Mary M. Powell, Springfield. MO Marketing Susan A. Price, Smackover Fashion Merchandising Vicki L. Price, Fort Smith Home Economics Education Alan D. Priddy, Dumas Public Administration Teri G. Pritchett, Russellville Speech Dramatic Art Arthur L. Pruitt, Jr., Little Rock Political Science Elizabeth P. Puddephatt, Pine Bluff Journalism Tom Pugh, Portland General Business Chris O. Qualls. El Dorado History _ Jan R. Radke. Olathe. KS Business Horticulture Devon A. Ralls. Hot Springs Chemistry _ Kimberly J. Randle. Fayetteville Personnel Management oanara j. Hanson, Rogftrs Secondary Education Nancy B. Rector, Little Rock Zoology Melba J. Redditt, Little Rock Elementary Education Cathy L. Reed, Cane Hill Secondary Education Matthew C. Reed, Austin Animal Science Phil F. Reginelli, Jonesboro General Business Richard C. Renfro, North Little Rock Architecture Thomas K. Rensing. Vilonia Architecture John S. Richards. Magnolia Architecture Elton A. Rieves. West Memphis Finance and Insurance Rickey L. Rife, Beebe Marketing Kathleen E. Riggs. Pine Bluff Speech Dramatic Art Raymond L. Riley, Newport Chemical Engineering David W. Ritter, Springdale Agricultural Engineering Michelle Rizzuti, Bettendorf, IA Physical Education Debbie W. Robert, Springdale Accounting Charles E. Roberts, West Plains, MO Electrical Engineering Emily E. Roberts, Mena Agricultural Economics Paula D. Roberts. Mount Ida Health Education Dennis F. Robinson, Fayetteville Architecture Kathryn J. Robinson. Fort Smith English Charles C. Rogers, Shreveport, LA Political Science Janet L. Rogers. Rogers Elementary Education Robyn R. Rogers. Fayetteville Secondary Education William D. Rogers. Hope Secondary Education Kristine A. Ross. Pine Bluff Mathematics Suzanne S. Ross. Pine Bluff Health Education Karen K. Rosso, Fayetteville Elementary Education Benson B. Row, Baton Rouge. LA Marketing Karen S. Rowland. Fulton Health Education Kathy L. Rowland, Mountain Home Physical Education 455 Seniors Daryl F. Rozell, El Dorado Architecture Richard C. Ruble, Jr., Harrison Bacteriology Michael B. Rush, Prairie Grove Landscape Architecture Henry D. Sadler, Jr., Pine Bluff Architecture Daniel V. Sample, Fayetteville Business Sherri A. Sample, West Memphis Fashion Merchandising Hector R. Sanchez, Pine Bluff Plant Pathology Vicki L. Sandlin, Gravette Speech Pathology Lisa A. Sass, Fort Smith Business Office Education Dale W. Schimmel, Little Rock Marketing Mark T. Schluterman, Fort Smith Transportation Roger Schoessel, Osceola Civil Engineering Aileen M. Schubel, Houston, TX Civil Engineering Christy C. Schubel, Houston, TX Secondary Education Stephen W. Schulte. Fayetteville Landscape Design Urban Hr. Phillip A Schwartz, Sherwood AdkT ni Tm trve fjAa na 0cnervt Cliff C. Scogin, Little Rock Psychology Greg L. Scott. Camden Industrial Engineering_ Roslyn L. Scott. Holly Grove Data Processing Wick L. Scrivner, Tillar Industrial Engineering Cynthia J. Seaton, Overland Park, KS Sociology Steve Shadrach. Houston, TX Administrative Management Marsha J. Sharp, Harrison, TX Horticulture Rodney A. Sharp, Saffell Industrial Engineering Mary Helen T. Sherman, Bella Vista Marketing Gary Sherwood, Dewitt Chemical Engineering Norman R. Shivley, Fayetteville Electrical Engineering Carolyn D. Shoemaker, Springdale Horticulture Stanley S. Shoemaker, Springdale Accounting Jane Ann Short. Van Buren Executive Secretarial Studies John T. Shuler, Farmington Journalism Stephen E. Siceluff, Springfield. MO Administrative Management Terry J. Siebenmorgen, Scranton Agricultural Engineering Pat J. Simmons. West Helena Fashion Merchandising Karen S. Sims, Fayetteville Agricultural ff Journalism Susie E. Sink, Hamburg Special Education Danny E. Sites. Sheridan Animal Science Robert L. Skinner, Fort Smith Zoology Bruce K. Smith, Dallas, TX Finance and Banking Diane R. Smith, Fort Smith Secondary Education Edward H. Smith, Pine Bluff General Business Glen G. Smith, Fayetteville Civil Engineering Kay F. Smith, Hot Springs Dance Education Phillip A. Smith, Marshall Animal Science Donna R. Sowell, Cabot Art Education Stephen Spicer, Fort Smith Political Science Carla A. Stark, Heber Springs Business Office Education Richard A. Staton, Fort Smith Chemistry 456 Seniors Cynthia A. Steele, Springdale Elementary Education James B. Steele, Lake Village Earth Sciences Danny T. Stella. Fort Smith Administrative Management Julie B. Stelle, Fort Madison, IA Horticulture Ronald F. Stephens. Dyer Mechanical Engineering George R. Stevens, Emerson Animal Science Mary E. Stevenson. Van Buren History Charles W. Stegart, Fayetteville Chemical Engineering Randall H. Stewart, Lewisville Animal Science Suzy Stone, Stuttgart Nursing Sowling Stough, Fayetteville Zoology Paul L. Strang. Fort Smith Industrial Engineering Randy J. Strickland, Blytheville Accounting Steven K. Strickland. Little Rock Chemical Engineering Loralyn L. Stroud, Jacksonville Spanish Mary H. Sugg, Fayetteville Human Dev. Family Services Dean I. Summa, Spirit Lake, IA Deborah A. Swab, Prescott Accounting Rachel A. Swan, Bull Shoals Fashion Merchandising Glen L. Swanson. Rogers Personnel Management Becky S. Swearingen. Brinkley Home Economics Thomas E. Swingle. Olympia Field, IL Transportation Douglas A. Swink, Imboden Finance and Banking Sam F. Tabler. Fayetteville Animal Science Marita F. Tallent, Arkadelphia Art Steve D. Tallent, Arkadelphia Industrial Engineering Susan J. Talley. Fayetteville Marketing Betsy A. Tapley. Dallas, TX Finance and Insurance Carmen Tate, Farmington Fashion Merchandising Anthony Taylor, Little Rock Architecture Seniors 457 Charles M. Taylor, Springdale Marketing Rebecca C. Teeter, Springdale Music Education Marion E. Terhune, Brinkley Agronomy Vince L. Terril, Coffeyville, KS Accounting Becky L. Thiel, Rogers Physical Education Emitt Thomas. Mayberry. NC General Fix-it Glen R. Thomas, North Little Rock Public Administration Marshall P. Thompson, Poteau, OK Marketing Paula M. Thompson, Fayetteville Speech Dramatic Art Daniel B. Thrailkill, Mena General Business Tierney L. Tirey, Batesville Zoology Diane Todd, Tulsa, OK Advertising David D. Toft. Aurora. MO Accounting__ Paula Toler, Newport Secondary Education Gary D. Treat, Sheridan Marketing _ ■ Janan E. Trimble. Little Rock General Business _ Larry R. Troillett. Little Rock Architecture_‘_ Jennifer L. Tucker, Hot Springs Finance and Banking Robert R. Turley, Pine Bluff Marketing Debbie K. Turner, Fort Smith Art Education Bob II Uzuegbu, Nigeria Accounting Kathy Van Zant, Lowell Chemistry Charles H. Vestal. Little Rock Accounting Kurt Vinsant, Little Rock Mechanical Engineering Phillip B. Wade, Fayetteville Industrial Engineering Porter D. Wafler, Blytheville Agricultural Engineering Karen B. Walker, Harrison Political Science Mark E. Walker, Normal. IL Business Economics Rudolph F. Walker, Fayetteville Personnel Management Valencia K. Walker, Little Rock Elementary Education Carol A. Wallace. APO. NY Human Development Family Services Mary L. Wallace. Rogers Electrical Engineering Charles E. Walsh. Oxon Hill. MD Chemistry Kimball A. Ward, Oklahoma City, OK Spanish Ann L. Wardlow, Carthage, MO Business Joe E. Washington, McGehee Zoology Ric Watkins, Little Rock Marketing Wesley B. Watkins, Batesville Electrical Engineering Bruce W. Watson, Foreman Civil Engineering Jeffrey H. Watson, Springdale Chemistry Marty J. Watson, Waldron Industrial Engineering Douglas W. Weaver, Conway Civil Engineering Carolyn Webb, Fayetteville Architecture Blake A. Weber. Carl Junction, MO General Business Kimberly A. Welch, Newport Business Office Education Marcos J. Wellborn. Little Rock Architecture Teresa Wheeler, Salus English Beverly A. White, Springdale Elementary Education 458 Seniors Michael E. White, Fayetteville Personnel Management Cleotis L. Wilder. Wilmont Political Science Debbie J. Williams, Cabot Special Education Elizabeth R. Williams, Hot Springs Landscape Architecture Karin D. Williams. Jonesboro Home Economics Education Russell G. Williams, Ozark Administrative Management Willie M. Williams, Fayetteville Secretarial Science Wayne D. Williams. Jr., Mulberry Transportation Barry A. Williamson, Elaine Political Science Ricky S. Willis. Jacksonville Mathematics Baulse R. Wilson, Pampa, TX History Donna E. Wilson. Prairie Grove Accounting John F. Wilson, Pine Bluff Accounting _ Royce E Wilson. Rison Finance and Banking Walter A. Wilson. Springdale Chemical Engineering _ Nita S. Winchell. North Little Rock Journalism Rebecca A. Wisley, Booneville Food and Nutrition_ George W. Woerner III. Stuttgart Mechanical Engineering Isabella Wofford. Casscoe Bacteriology Deborah S. Wolfe, Fort Smith Social Welfare Barbara J. Womack. Little Rock Political Science Deborah A. Wood. Kansas City, MO Political Science Tanya J. Wood, Texarkana Nursing Elaine Wooddell, Hot Springs Elementary Education William R. Woodson, Fordyce Horticulture Jerry V. Wrape, Little Rock Administrative Management Douglas G. Wright. Camden Psychology Marjorie J. Wright, Calico Rock English Linda C. Yancey, Marcell Physical Education Linda L. Yancey, Mansfield Journalism Sandy S. Yates. Fayetteville Dietetics Janet K. Yauch, Batesville Finance and Banking David E. Young. Carlisle Zoology Sally A. Young, Van Buren French Dee Anna Zachariason. Fayetteville Elementary Education 459 Seniors Velmon Ackerson, Marvell Debbie G. Adcock, Fort Smith Coveta S. Addington, Decatur Cathy L. Agan, Texarkana Samer H. Alhuneidi, Fayetteville Judi D. Allen, Fayetteville William A. Allen, Fayetteville Brian K. Amos, Fort Smith Nan Andrews, Marianna Jonathan A. Annable, Wilson Brian X. Arens, Mountain Home Lance Ashmore, Rogers Bruce Aston, Little Rock Steven Auchterlonie, Satellite, FL Michael E. Aud, Arkadelphia Mohammad Azarian, Fayetteville Sandra J. Backstrom, Valpariso, IN Philip A. Bagby, Fort Smith Bill H. Bailey, Springdale Daniel C. Bailey, Ferndale John S. Bailey, Little Rock Mark R. Bailey, Fort Smith Robert L. Baker, Jr., Mountain Home Ronny A. Baker, Clinton Keith R. Banks, Fayetteville Sheila G. Barbee, Fayetteville Jimmie Barham, Fayetteville Jim W. Barnes, Little Rock Monica A. Barnes, Searcy Leslie P. Basham, North Little Rock David N. Batchelor, Tulsa, OK Janet L. Bates, Little Rock Connie D. Batson, Springdale Alan Bearden, Jr., Springdale Janet M. Beck, Richardson, TX 460 Juniors Linda Y. Bedford, North Little Rock Brent M. Bell, Batesville Kristy A. Bell, Neosho, MO Leonard F. Bellingrath, Little Rock Janet L. Bierman, Little Rock Karen L. Black, Burden, KS John Bland, Walnut Ridge Melissa Bock, Flippen Richard M. Bodie, Dallas, TX Judy C. Boles, Fort Smith Cathy E. Boone, Fort Smith Rebecca L. Borecky, Pine Bluff James G. Bowers, Paragould David N. Bowling, Fayetteville Edward W. Boyce, Newport Lisa S. Boyce, Earle Karen R. Boyles, Alexander David L. Boyster, Osceola Lisa S. Bracy, Little Rock Elizabeth A. Brandon, Fayetteville Philip F. Brandon, Springdale Roger S. Bransford, Lonoke Mark R. Brantley, West Helena Paul D. Bratton, Fayetteville Barry A. Bray. Camben Vicki L. Bray, Magnolia Hal D. Brewer, Fayetteville Laura L. Brewer, Charleston Robert B. Brook, Elizabeth City. NC Hunter L. Brown, Lewisville Kerry A. Brown, Fayetteville Mary E. Brown Fayetteville Jeffrey W. Browne, Little Rock Patricia A. Bryan, Fayetteville Harry W. Bryant, Helena Ricky J. Buckmaster, Mabelvale Marcella A. Buehley, Jacksonville Sheila Y. Burns, Cave City Gary L. Burrow, Harrisburg Brian S. Butterfield, Ballwin, MO Bella J. Cairns, Springdale Edward A. Calcote, Hot Springs Daniel J. Calva, North Little Rock Cindy A. Camp, Piggott Kevin Campbell, Fayetteville Sandra G. Cantrell, Harrison Lisa C. Caperton, Fort Smith Cindy Cargill, Lewisville Robin H. Carlin, Fayetteville Cynthia A. Carpenter, Fayetteville Patrick S. Carrigan, Hot Springs John C. Carroll, Little Rock James W. Cartwright, Valley Springs William T. Cartwright, North Little Rock Laura B. Cassaday, Little Rock Rhonda L. Cates, Fort Smith Kathleen S. Caton, Inola, OK Teresa J. Caudle, Harrison Dave O. Chamberlain, Siloam Springs Joellen Chamblis, Pine Bluff Tom Chandler, Pine Bluff Jo A. Cherski, Denver, CO Candice R. Chick, Fayetteville Juniors 461 Richard I. Chime, Little Rock Susan Chism, Fayetteville Sandra J. Christopher, Ashdown Michael C. Church, North Little Rock Murray J. Claassen, Conway John J. Clancy, Pinehurst, MA Tim P. Clancy, Tulsa, OK Jeffrey M. Clough, North Little Rock Dion F. Coakley, Hot Springs Chuck R. Coffelt, Bentonville Lee M. Coleman, Fayetteville Rose M. Coleman, Forrest City Darla J. Cook, Pine Bluff Carol L. Cooper, Malvern Jessie J. Couch, Hot Springs Vickie L. Cox, Des Moines, IA Stephen W. Craig, North Little Rock Thomas E. Cramer, El Paso, TX Dennis R. Cranford, Monticello Cynthia J. Creene, Little Rock Carla M. Crosby, Stuttart Kay L. Cross, Pine Bluff Michael J. Cross, Dewitt Richard M. Cross, Gamaliel Steven R. Cruce, Fayetteville Rebecca L. Cubitt, Pryor, OK Bill R. Cunningham. Jonesboro Jerrie L. Cupples, Scapposse, OR Thomas, Z. Curtner, Newport Chris A. Dagley, Fayetteville Stephen P. Daily, Fort Smith Dana E. Daniel, Jr., Fort Smith Paulan A. Daniel, Fort Smith Susan H. Davidson, Marvell Alexander S. Davie, Little Rock Donnie J. Davis, Stuttgart Mark R. Davis, Springdale Susan G. Davis, Fayetteville Jim Deaton, Arkadelphia Elizabeth A. Deed, Tahlequah, OK Christopher F. Deen, Blytheville Ricky T. Deramus, Mena Robert A. DeSalvo, Little Rock Lisa R. Detwiler, Dallas, TX Danny C. Dial, Prairie Grove Kathryn A. Dickerson, Fayetteville Sharon K. Dillahunty, Fort Smith Jan E. Dillard, Hope Joy R. Dillard, Dermott Deborah D. Dillon, Little Rock David R. Dinwiddie, Fort Smith James A. Ditzig, Benton Nancy L. Dodson, Fayetteville David W. Doss, Beebe Kathryn J. Dougherty, Dallas, TX Mark Drake, Springdale James R. Drewrey, Tilly Sean Dunagin, Gravette Charles M. Durland, Beaver Lewis W. Eady Marvell Carla J. Eason, Lepanto Julie A. Eaton, Jonesboro John W. Eckart, Paris 462 Juniors Cathy C. Edens, Fort Worth, TX Ann C. Edwards, Sherwood Laura J. Egan, Wichita Falls, TX Richard M. Ehrlich, Glencoe, IL Carleton B. Elam, Amity Anita M. Elliott, Little Rock Marjorie A. Elliott, Fayetteville Debbie A. Ellis, Little Rock Julie R. Ellis, Springfield, MO Kay R. Elmore, Carlisle David W. Elrod, Austin, TX Ruth A. Elser, Fayetteville Scott A. Emerson, Jonesboro Jeff L. England, Fayetteville John R. English, Prairie Grove Debra D. Faddis, Hindsville Robert O. Falge, Waynesville, MO Jafar Farzan , Fayetteville Stephen C. Faubel, Little Rock Susan L. Faulkner, Little Rock Mona Featherston, Altus, OK Terry L. Felts, Hazen Jeannette Ferguson, Camden Alina M. Fernandez, Fayetteville Barry B. Findley. Little Rock Jerry P. Finocchiaro, Omaha. NF t Karen D. Fischer, Evansville. IN Sarah Fisher , Hot Springs Janice W. Floyd, Fayetteville Theresa J. Foger, Liberal, MO Billy Ford, Crossett John A. Foster, Fort Smith Cameron Franklin, Fayetteville David D. Frazier, North Little Rock William C. Frye, FOrt Smith Allan Fuller, Crossett Julie S. Gabel, Fayetteville Geoffrey D. Gammon, Mulberry Phil Gardial, Pine Bulff Charles N. Gardner, Little Rock Lynn P. Gebetsberger, Tulsa, OK Eddie E. Gentry, Harrison Roy L. Gentry iii, North Little Rock Richard F. Gerety, Hazen Catherine E. Gessler, Hot Springs Douglas L. Gibson, Marianna Mary E. Gillespie, Fort Smith Leslie R. Gilmer, Arcadia, CA Eric R. Godfrey, Booneville Janet S. Gorrell, Tulsa, OK James E. Graham, Saskatoon, SK Phillip C. Granderson, Pine Bluff Luanne Graue, Springdale Joe B. Graves, Hazen Alford W. Green, Jr., Mount Laurel, NJ David V. Greene, Williamsport, PA Greg R. Greeson, Mount Ida Louann Greg, Fort Smith Lisa J. Gregory, Fayetteville Mark S. Griffin, Harrison Renee Griffin, Hot Springs Sherri L. Grim, Berryville Roselyn Grubbs, Monticello Juniors 463 Maria B. Guimaraes, Brazil Cindy Gwaltney, Las Cruces, NM Vicki L. Hackler, Tulsa, OK Charles W. Hadfield, Jr., Little Rock Lila L. Hagemann, Berryville John W. Hairston, Warren Melanie L. Halbert, Little Rock Cindy M. Haley, North Little Rock Erin A. Halford, Memphis, TN David M. Halinski, Fayetteville Suzanne Hall, Vicksburg, MS Sandra Hammond, Fayetteville Richard D. Hamrick, Little Rod Tom H. Hankins, North Little Rock Manvel R. Hardaway, Heth Mary Ann Hargraves, Helena Lori B. Harman, Kansas City, KS Barry J. Harper, Springdale Mitchell R. Harper, Fort Smith James P. Harris, Pine Bluff Tom R. Harrison, Berryville Dianne C. Hart, Crossett Jennifer J. Hart, Walnut Ridge Leanne Hartzier. Little Rock Sheri M. Harvey, Mena Catherine M. Hastings. Little Rock _ Katy Haugh, Dallas, TX Wildon, D. Hawkins. Success Gregory D. Hayden, Melbourne Ann E. Hays, Little Rock Terry E. Hedden, Batesville Michael Heiman, Little Rock Holly J. Henry, Springdale Scott J. Hensley, Plano, TX Harry F. Herbert, Charleston Judi E. Herrin, Hot Springs Terry W. Hess, Fayetteville Mitchell Hicks, Eudora Nancy A. Higdon, North Little Rock Nanci Hands, Fort Smith Lisa M. Hinspeter, North Little Rock Gregory R. Hirsch, Milwaukee, Wl Michael B. Hobson, Van Buren John F. Hogan, Fayetteville Melissa L. Holland, Sheridan Jay V. Hollowell, West Helena Gina D. Houston, Rison Gay Hout, Camden Deborah L. Howard, Fort Smith Cynthia M. Howell, Little Rock Ali Hozhabri, Fayetteville Robert F. Hudgens, Little Rock Dalana Hudgens, Stillwell, OK Lisa G. Human, West Memphis Douglas E. Hunt, Fayetteville Daniel P. Hunter, Malvern Gail A. Hunter, North Little Rock Jerry W. Hunter, Fort Smith Michaef G. Hunter, Travis AFB, CA Deva A. Hupaylo, Glencoe Jo Claire Hutchson, Morrilton Michael J. Ilseman, Rockford, IL Mariko Inoue, Japan 464 Juniors Don C. Ivey, Fayetteville Garland T. Jackson, Siloam Springs Jerry Jackson, Snow Lake Jerry J. Jackson, Tahlequah, OK Clifford B. Jacobs, Dewitt Betsy L. Jaicks, Montgomery, AL Mansour Jannati, Fayetteville Massoud Jannati, Fayetteville Karen L. Jarvis, Bella Vista Roger C. Jeffers, Ozark Paul H. Jilg, Cape Girardeau, MO Tommy L. Johns, Paris Julian Johnson, Holly Grove Linda M. Johnson, Harrison Richard A. Johnson, Newport Joan M. Johnston, Little Rock Tony V. Johnston, Houston, TX Stephen N. Joiner, Little Rock Linda B. Joyce, Tulsa, OK Wanjiku J. Kahende, Kenya Gary W. Keadle, Glenwood David C. Keasler, Neptune Beach, FL Kelley Keisner, Joplin, MO Brenda A. Kelley, Jacksonville Stan Y. Kelly, Hazen Julia E. Kemp, Jonesboro Richard W. Kennington, Malvern Lesa B. King, Charleston Cheryl L. Kinney, Ozark Williams Kitchens, Jr., West Memphis Karen K. Knighten, Morrilton Kelly P. Koenig, Pine Bluff Robert P. Kruel, Nashville Merri Krim, Burke, VA Phillip L. Kropp, Fort Smith Juniors 465 Vicki L. Kyzer, Prairie Grove Robert D. Laird, Stuttgart Christine L. Lamb, Fort Smith Lisa Lambert, Warren Robert J. Lambert , Newport Steve Lancaster, Little Rock Brenda J. Lasater, Pea Ridge Lisa L. Lashley, Fayetteville Bruce Lawrence, Norman Lynn S. Lawson, Marked Tree Michael F. Lax, Hot Springs Karen J. Ledbetter, Conway Shari L. Leech, Benton Sondra J. Leger, Fort Smith Theresa L. Leis, Rogers Ronnie J. Lewis. Fort Smith Joyce D. Lichti, Huntsville John T. Little, Rogers Dorvin D. Lively, Everton Susan A. Lochhead, Harrison George A. Long, Pine Bluff Gary R. Longley, Magazine Robert W. Longmate, Fayetteville Stephen C. Lorenzo, Morrilton Michelle A. Loudermilk, Greenwood Leslie C. Lovas, Dallas, TX David W. Lovell, Lavaca David M. Lum, Blytheville Rolland E. Luplow, Nashville, TN Robin Lyon, North Little Rock Andrea M. Makris, Pine Bluff Cynthia L. Manuel, Fort Smith Debra J. March, Hindsville Mark A. Marks, Harrison Wilks Marshall, Wynne Dayna L. Martin, Little Rock Michael A. Mathisen, Fort Worth, TX Robert Matthews, Santa Clara, CA Michael L. Maulden, New Orleans, LA Alice M. Maxwell, Dallas, TX Patricia A. May, Harrison Charles A. Mayer, Landing, NJ Matthew Meadows, Black Rock Melody E. Merrick, Satellite Beach, FL Teresa L. Merritt, Dardanelle Steve A. Matheny, Etowah Daniel P. Meyers, Fort Smith Ronnie E. Meyers , Fort Smith Jana L. Michel, Memphis, TN Ronnie L. Miller, Fort Smith Steven D. Miller, Scott AFB, IL Terry L. Miller, Fayetteville Kenneth D. Mills, West Memphis Dwight F. Mix, Fayetteville Paula R. Mize, Benton Peter S. Mohler, Lake St. Louis, MO Jerald G. Molleston, Newport Judy G. Montgomery, Warren Steve N. Montgomery, McGehee Craig N. Moore, Stuttgart Laure A. Moore, Houston, TX Steve S. Moore, Fort Worth, TX Timothy W. Moore, Charleston 466 Juniors Paula A. Moran, Little Rock Vicki D. More, Fort Smith Mark B. Morris, Cordova, TN Steve S. Morrison, Rison Vivian L. Morrison, Aurora, MO Jan D. Morsani, Springdale Gaylene S. Morton, Springdale David Moseley, El Dorado Randall S. Morton, Ozark Angela L. Mosley, North Little Rock David L. Mosley, Little Rock Sammy J. Mullis, Monticello Mark S. Murphy, Little Rock Melanie A. McClure, Little Rock Sheila McCown, Little Rock Colisa B. McCright, Springdale Rodney M. McCright, Springdale Vicki L. McCullough, Salem Susanne McGinnis, Marianna Nancy D. McGuffey, Fayetteville Holly P. McGuire, Harrison Sandra J. McKay, Conway Marcia A. McKinstry, Little Rock J. M. McLarty , El Dorado Kevin R. McManus, El Reno. OK David E. McMaster, Dewitt Lorrie McMillon, Pine Bluff Teddy D. McMurray, Van Buren Toney R. McMurray, Van Buren Hank McNabb, Pocahontas William P. McNeal, Morrilton Kathryn C. McNiel, Houston, TX Carl M. Nagel, Jacksonville Paul N. Nance, Beedeville Mike J. Necessary, Rogers Greg A. Nelslar, Fort Smith David P. Nelson, Crossett Michael E. Nelson, Little Rock Steve Nelson, Murphreesboro Jack R. Newsum, Little Rock Kimala J. Jacksonville Lou Ann Nicholson, Conway Melanie A. Nicholson, Blytheville Susan C. Niss, Fort Smith Donna K. Noble, Charleston Brian D. Noland, Fayetteville Cheryl L. Nordengren, Fayetteville Gwendolyn L. Norman, El Dorado Tina J. Nunnley, Little Rock Marcus D. O’Brien, Batesville Vincent R. Odeh, Fayetteville James L. Oelke, Charleston John R. Oliver , Hot Springs Kathy L. Oliver, Little Rock Robyn G. Osgatharp , Fort Smith Carolyn A. Oudin, Pine Bluff Gregory K. Owens, Fayetteville Vicki L. Owens, Mountain Home Mark T. Paradiso, Magnolia Kathy Parker, Prairie Grove Mike D. Parnell, Lonoke Mark L. Pate, Mena David L. Patterson, Danville Juniors 467 Sue N. Patton, Lewisville Neal W. Pearson, Fort Smith Tony Pennella, Dover, DE William W. Perkins, Eilelson, AK Keith R. Perry, Dewitt Steven R. Perryman, Calico Rock Gayle A. Peters, Rison Kimberly J. Peterson, Little Rock Melinda S. Pettet, Little Rock Douglas M. Pfeifler, Ozark Kevin C. Phillips, Fort Smith Buddy D. Philpot, Waldron Liz Pickering, Sped, MO Penny E. Pierce. Pine Bluff Timothy A. Pinkston, Tulsa, OK Steve J. Pitcairn, Harrison David A. Pittman, Amity Charles E. Plugge , Hartman Kathryn A. Polivka, Fayetteville Frank M. Post, Jr., Fort Smith Linda F. Post, Altus Sharon P. Post, Fort Smith Dave E. Potter, North Little Rock Steven Powell, Warren Mark L. Pozzi, Rockford, IL Gary G. Prescott, Harrisburg Patricia J. Presson, Van Buren Susan J. Presson, Siloam Springs C I i Julee Probert, Golden City, MO Gary J. Procell, Fort Smith Ron A. Proctor, Bull Shoals Bobby G. Pryor, Fort Smith William L. Pullen, Dequeen Judy A. Rand, Dolf Lynn Randall, Fort Smith Lisa A. Raney, Pine Bluff Mark W. Ratcliff, Jacksonville Mike K. Redd, Fort Smith Marla J. Redden, North Little Rock Becky C. Reed, Jacksonville Nancy A. Reed, Fayetteville Thomas P. Renard, Nashville Richard N. Reynolds, Camden John R. Rhea, Little Rock Barbi L. Richardson, Little Rock Jerry A. Richardson, Hackett Fran Richison, Danville Billy M. Richmond, Van Buren Jimmy D. Rietzke, Springdale Rebecca D. Riggs, Fayetteville James T. Rimmer, Van Buren Scott Rittelmeyer, Pine Bluff Joseph R. Robbins, Fort Smith Gilbert J. Roberts, Farmington Harrisha A. Robertson, Van Buren Carol A. Robinson, Fort Smith Richard D. Roblee, Springdale Judith L. Rogers, Texarkana Laura M. Rogers, Russelville Marilyn L. Rogers, El Dorado Steve W. Rogers, El Dorado Tim W. Rogers, Bearden Charla K. Roper, Van Buren 468 Juniors David M. Roth, Harrison Bill R. Rowlett, Danville Judy G. Rownd, Little Rock Luanne Rowton, Levittown, PA Ann B. Russell, Jasper Cassie A. Rutledge, Dayton, OH Pat Ryan, North Little Rock Kenneth W. Sanders, Magnolia Kim A. Sanders, Dallas, TX Alireza M. Sanjani, Fayetteville Robert D. Santifer. Texarkana Tracy L. Sass, Fort Smith Marion D. Scarborough, Clarksville Diane M. Scesniak, North Little Rock Richard M. Scott , North Little Rock Terri J. Scott, Mobile, AL Tim Scott, Benton Mona L. Scrimager, Fayetteville Susan M. Seracy, Hot Springs Kristen Seibert, Tulsa, OK Sarah C. Selig, Fayetteville Floyd B. Sessions, Jr., Tulsa, OK David C. Sexton, Harrison David M. Shackelford, Orlando, FL De Shaffer, Fayetteville Jeanie L. Sharp, Woodbridge, VA _ Cindy A. Shaw, Fort Smith Nancy Shaw, Hot Springs Karen L. Shelton, Benton Robert W. Sherman, Bella Vista Robert L. Short, Shenandoah, IA Tricia K. Sibley, Pryor, OK Diane M. Siebenmorgen, Scranton Pamela S. Sills , Fayetteville Milissa A. Silzer, Harrison Belinda J. Simmons , Rose Bud Jeff Simmons, Hot Springs Charles A. Sims, Keiser Natalie R. Sims, Republic, MO Cynthia A. Skinner, Batesville Greta L. Slavik, Little Rock Vicki L. Sloan, Covington, TN David A. Smith, McGehee David H. Smith, Pine Bluff David L. Smith, Rogers Gary K. Smith, Greenwood Georgeann Smith, Little Rock Lyndon F. Smith, Hickory Ridge Regina A. Smith, Fayetteville Stanley M. Smith, Tillar Van Smith, Edmondson William C. Smith, Fort Smith Woody L. Smithey, Batesville Jackson R. Snell , Little Rock Gerald R. Snyder, Blytheville Mary L. Spencer, Pine Bluff Johnny F. Spurlin, Mount Ida Laura A. Squair, Dallas, TX Helen E. St. Martin, Jacksonville Ronald E. Stanley, Marked Tree William A. Stanton, Batesville Margaret S. Starkey, Springdale Lisa K. Stecks, Little Rock Juniors 469 Sharon E. Stella, Fort Smith Dennis H. Stephens, Rogers Shari J. Stewart, Earle William Stoll, North Little Rock Cynthia Stringer, Memphis, TN Susan K. Stroman, Rogers Regina M. Strong , Fayetteville Terri L. Stroud, Mena Jim S. Sturdy, Hot Springss Serethia A. Swayze, Pine Bluff Karen L. Swink, Imboden Joni Tabor, Smackover Debbie L. Tate, Camden Larry J. Tate, Fort Smith Adrienne E. Taylor, Fayetteville Charlotte A. Taylor, Shreveport, LA Kent W. Taylor, Fort Smith Lewis F. Taylor, Hughes Mona S. Taylor, Blytheville Vanessa D. Taylor, Marvell Lawrence R. Teague, Nashville Douglas N. Teaster, Bentonville Becky S. Terrell, Tulsa, OK Eleanor K. Terrell, Batesville Lynn K. Terry, Rogers Donna K. Thomas. Harrison Melissa I. Thomas, El Dorado Susan G. Thomas, Farmington Fred M. Thompson, El Dorado Stephen D. Thompson, Erie, PA Tami L. Thompson, Pine Bluff Tracy P. Thompson, Lepanto Carol L. Throop, Mustego, Wl Lyree O. Throtbrotten, Burtsell T al Thweatt, Little Rock Mahlona Tolleson, Malvern O. L. Tomlinson, Goshen Mike T. Tougaw, Harrison John W. Tribulak, Fayetteville William R. Tripp, Mabelvale Dione T. Trumpp, Russellville Rick Turner, Fayetteville Steven P. Unger, Fayetteville Melissa A. Upchurch, Fayetteville Kirk H. Van Sickle, Dallas, TX Michael L. Vernon, Fort Smith Sherri L. Vervack, Fort Smith John B. Vincent, McGehee Anthony J. Vo, Hot Springs Gordon D. Voight, Jr., Marshall, TX Betsy S. Voshall, Evergreen, CO Jeannette A. Waas, Havana Roger Wainwright, Fayetteville Don E. Walker, Cove Gary D. Walker , Van Buren Maria Walker, Gould Timothy L. Wallace, Marion Pam A. Ward, Fayetteville Steve P. Ware, Shreveport, LA Willis M. Watkins, Conway Mary A. Watson, Hamburg Terry K. Weatherford , Beebe Kristy K. Weathers, Rogers 470 Juniors Jo A. Weaver, Malvern Mark D. Weaver, Jonesboro Dana L. Weber, West Memphis Marlon S. Weems, North Little Rock Charles B. Weir , Jr., Walnut Ridge Mark J. Weisberger, Marvell Debbie J. Weiser, Russellville Winifred D. Welch, Camden Johnny J. Wells, Hot Springs Kendal S. Wells, Charleston Marissa A. Wells, Conway Randy E. Wheeler, Searcy John D. Wheelis, Hot Springs Wayne M. Wheelis, Hot Springs Constance A. White, Roswell, NM David L. White, Mountain Grove, MO Perry V. Whitmore, North Little Rock Kurt L. Wiese, Springdale Alan T. Wilbourn, Searcy Joe C. Wilhem, Tulsa, OK Michael E. Wilkerson, Huntsville Stanhope M. Wilkinson, Greenwood David R. Williams,Cabot _ Dottie A. Williams, North little Rock Janis M. Williams, Fort Smith Sarah K. Williams, Monroe Sherry A. Williams, Dallas. IX Thomas L. Williams, Pine Bluff Dianne M. Williamson, Mountain Home John W. Wilson, Rison Pattye L. Wilson, Little Rock Piper S. Wilson, Carthage, MO Paul P. Winder, Shreveport, LA Dorothy C. Wittorff, Ava, MO Katie Wolfe, Springfield, MO David M. Wood, Fayetteville Sharon K. Wood, Kansas City, MO Viki L. Woodall, Dardanelle Tammi R. Woodlee, Cane Hill Keith N. Woodruff, Carlisle David W. Woods, Carlisle Karen L. Worley , Virginia Beach, VA Lisa A. Worst, Fort Smith Mark W. Wright, El Dorado Mary C. Wright, Harrison Thomas J. Wright, Overland Park, KS Walter G. Wright, Hot Springs Samuel W. Wyatt, Batesville Carl M. Yates, Fort Smith Judy L. Yates, Texarkana, TX Lisa K. Yelenich, North Little Rock Stan Yerton, Fort Smith Matt A. Yost, Harrison Thomas E. Young, Shreveport , LA Juniors 471 SOPHOMORES Uaffer Abod, Malasia Beverly J. Abshier, Canehill Honey Adams, Newport John C. Adams, Bank Lisa C. Adams, North Little Rock Sue Adams, Springdale Kim R. Agee, Fayetteville Sarah E. Albert, Jasper Carmen A. Alessi, Forrest City Joni M. Alexander, Barling Tracy A. Alexander, Heber Springs Mary M. Allen, Alicia Rick J. Allred, Fayetteville Terry W. Altenbaumer, Winthrop Melissa L. Andrews, Prescott Vanessa Armbrust, Benton Robert K. Armstrong, Lake City Kim Arnold, Arkadelphia Patrick H. Arthus, Helena Scott L. Atkinson, Blytheville Holly E. Austin, Little Rock Laura Avance, Mayflower Aleatha A. Bailey, Shreveport. LA Sandy L. Bailey, Pine Bluff Kim E. Baker, Charleston Raymond N. Baker, Bald Knob Rebecca J. Baker, Charlotte, NC James P. Baldwin, Little Rock Kristina M. Baltz, Pocahontas Tom H. Baltz, Pocahontas Shannon A. Barber, Fort Smith Joel W. Bard, Grannis Nicholas A. Barger, Ward Jon Barkley, Naperville, IL Roy J. Barnard, Magazine 472 Sophomores Michelle L. Barrie, Pocahontas Beverly A. Basham, Little Rock Camille A. Basham, North Little Rock Angela J. Bates, Clarksville Laura C. Bath, Hot Springs Carey E. Batten, Redlands, CA Janet Bayles, Little Rock Kathy J. Bayley, Fayetteville Jon W. Beard. Arkadelphia Hardey Beaver, Houston, TX Jim D. Beavers, Fayetteville Charles Beene, Little Rock Richard Beeson, Wichita Falls, TX Mark A. Bentley, North Little Rock Taun Berry, Hot Springs Reed Bethel, Benton Charles R. Bettison, Pine Bluff Brett Biddle, Little Rock Donald D. Bingaman, Fort Smith Susan C. Bishop, Fayetteville Ann S. Blakely, Searcy Pamela D. Blasingame, North Little Rock David M. Bloxom, West Memphis David H. Bonds, Moscow Rebecca J. Bone. North Little Rock Rick E. Boone, Rogers Russel G. Boone, Winnipeg, MT Thomas L. Boone , Little Rock Evelyn, Shreveport, LA Anthony P. Borgognoni, Lake Village Randall G. Bourns, DeQueen Rikki D. Boyer, Benton Robert A. Bracy, Little Rock Michael E. Bradford, Colorado Springs, CO Dana D. Bradshaw, Pine Bluff David L. Branscum, Marshall Fletcher N. Bransford, Little Rock Ken G. Breckenridge, Hot Springs Lori M. Brenner, Hot Springs Tracie A. Brewer. Little Rock Milburn P. Brewster, Booneville Lindell C. Bridges Rhonda R. Brittain, Lavaca Margie Britton, Booneville Jeff Broadwater, Searcy Vernon Brooks, Earle Michael B. Broome, Van Buren Christi L. Brown, Hot Springs Cynthia J. Brown, Lincoln Kevin W. Brown, North Little Rock Randy D. Brown, Lake Village Rebel Brown, Havana Yarnell R. Brown , Morrilton Barry J. Bryan , Gurdon Elizabeth L. Buck, Tuscaloosa, AL Georgia P. Buckley, Fayetteville James A. Buckmaster, Mabelvale Cynthia L. Buckner, Fayetteville Sheri A. Buie, Batesville Candace Bullington, Bentonville Joe P. Bumpers, Conway Blayne A. Burch, Hughes Becky L. Buford, Hot Springs Sophomores 473 Wendy S. Burgess, Arlington, TX Carrie C. Burke, Houston, TX Jeff R. Burnette, Mena Kirk L. Busby, Houston, TX Brian A. Bush, Pine Bluff Linda M. Butler, Booneville John D. Buzbee, Jr., Little Rock Randall L. Bynum, Siloam Springs Barbara J. Byrd, Gassville Shelia K. Byrd, Charleston Lisa Cablile, Fort Smith Phillip L. Caddell, Paris Cathy Cahan, Decatur, IL Rod M. Cain, Huntsville Timothy R. Cairns, Fayetteville Mike Calhoun, Texarkana, TX Kimberly J. Campbell, River Ridge, LA Lori L. Campbell, Blytheville Pam L. Campbell, Little Rock Sherrie L. Caraway, Texarkana Richard M. Cardwell, Fort Smith Jana F. Carey, Shreveport, LA David L. Carlon, North Little Rock Carlon J. Carrom, Siloam Springs Carol A. Carpenter, Batesville Dayna K. Carter. Hot Springs Mary J. Carter, Houston, TX Scott M. Carter, Fayetteville Teresa J. Carter, Little Rock Christopher L. Carver, Blytheville Alan D. Casby, Springdale Debra L. Case, Pine Bluff Patricia G. Cash, Hot Springs Charles B. Castleberry, Dallas, TX David R. Castleberry, Pine Bluff Moka Caudle, Pine Bluff Hugh B. Chalmers, Earle Alcinda L. Chandler, Pueblo, CO Carolyn P. Chapman , Kingwood, Tx Jill Chapman, Griffithville Gary D. Chenowith, Russelville David Chilcote, Little Rock Lisa J. Christian, Overland Park, KS Bonnie G. Christy, Dardanelle David L. Churchwell, Richardson, TX Tin L. Ciasca, North Little Rock Deborah J. Clark, North Little Rock Elizabeth A. Clark, Arkadelphia Tonya G. Clark, Fayetteville Elizabeth A. Clarke, Bella Vista Randall F. Clarkson, Fayetteville Cynthia E. Cleveland, Houston, TX Marie E. Clinton, Fayetteville Jerry L. Cobb, Lake City Julia S. Cobb, Shreveport, LA Michelle M. Cockerell, Texarkana, TX Mary G. Coen, Little Rock Randall B. Cogbill, Pine Bluff Paula R. Cole, Little Rock Cynthia A. Collier, Fort Smith Gale Collier, North Little Rock Janet L. Combs, Houston, TX Beverly A. Coney, Hamilton, IL 474 Sophomores Anna J. Connell, Arkadelphia Robbie A. Connell, Searcy Mark L. Coonce, Corning James R. Copeland, Dallas, TX Larry E. Corder, Springdale David A. Couch, Newport Marck S. Counce, Memphis, TN Debbis R. Cowden, Los Altos, CA Steve Cox, Pocahontas Cathy M. Cravens, Little Rock Russell D. Crawley, Gravette William B. Cromley, Little Rock Johnice Cross, Eureka Springs Becca E. Crowell, Springdale Carol A. Crumpacker, Springdale Steven R. Crumpler, Fayetteville Cathy A. Cullen, Fort Smith Janet K. Cunningham, Morrilton Jerry E. Currence, Little Rock Julie J. Cypert, Springdale Mark R. Cyrus, Bartlesville, OK Scott S. Cyrus, Bartlesville, OK Monte D. Daily, Rudy Marvin G. Dalla Rosa, Fayetteville Tracy A. Damron, Fort Smith Kenny G. Daniel, Pine Blutt Danna I. Darby, Eureka Springs . Janice M. Davis, Hot Springs Kinda K. Davis, Florissant , MO Scott C. Davis , Paragould William C. Deane, North Little Rock Timothy R. Deaton, Camden Suzette Dees, Texarkana, TX Francis T. Demont III, Siloam ' Springs Heidi L. Denman, Stuttgart Charles B. Denson, Little Rock Charles F. Dickenson, Mountain Home Richard C. Dixon, Tulsa, OK Leila B. Dodge, West Memphis Chrissy B. Doering, Muskogee, OK Ronda J. Dossman, Adain, OK Diane L. Doucet, New Orleans, LA Phil A. Dougherty, Magnolia Douglas R. Dover , Little Rock Mark D. Drake, Camden Robert B. Drouet, Jr., Fayetteville Thomas E. Duerr, Fort Smith Debbie S. Dunn, Pine Bluff David S. Dunseath, Conway Marklyn S. Dust, Mountain Home Mitchell S. Durham, Pocahontas Cindy L. Duvall, Rogers Curtis Earls, Rogers Gary D. Ebbing, Fort Smith William N. Eckenrode, West Plains, MO Mary Lynn Ederington, Warren William B. Eddins, Fayetteville Julie A. Edie, Rogers Kenneth L. Edwards, Greenwood Donald Elred, Jacksonville Janet Embry, Atkins Rick Engeler, Mountain Home Jim R. Ennis, Clinton Sophomores 475 Carol A. Entricken, Norman Mary E. Eubanks, Rogers James R. Evans, Yellville Kenneth W. Evans, Benton John L. Evitts III, Benton Teresa A. Faldon, Fort Smith Cindy J. Fancher, Berryville Randy R. Farless, Aurora, MO Leslie J. Farmer, Diaz Kurt V. Faulk, Rogers Brianne Faulkner, Pine Bluff Bebe C. Ferguson, Jonesboro Kim L. Ferguson, Richardson, TX Theda J. Fielding, Rogers Vicki A. Fitzgibbon, Little Rock Tripp Floyd, Marion Adnan Fnashe, Fayetteville Dana L. Foley, Fort Smith Nancy J. Fore, Russellville Virginia M. Forman, Proctor Kim J. Forrest, Rogers Peter G. Fotioo, Hot Springs Mary F. Fox, Tulsa. OK Maureen L Fox. Viburnum. MO Cheryl Ann Francis. Dallas. TX Ralph A. Franklin. Collinsville. IL Thomas G. Frey. Decatur. IL Melinda K Frietsche. Fort Smith Rod D. Frizzell, Jacksonville Greg A. Frohnappel, Fayetteville Lori A. Frost, Hot Springs Pak C. Fung, Marianna Cecily A. Gammill, Hazen Dru Gammill, Mobile, AL Randee M. Gammill, Camden Caroline L. Gann, Little Rock Patty D. Gannon, Fayetteville Shirley K. Gardner, Little Rock Elizabeth J. Garner, Dardanelle James D. Gates, Salina, OK Becky A. Gattis, Gurdon Carolyn R. Gibson, Harrison James M. Gibson, Judsonia James L. Gibson, Fayetteville Susan D. Gilbert, Decatur Gregory B. Gill, Cabot Valorie A. Gill, Tyronza Lewis R. Gills, Nashville Bettie J. Gilmer, Ozark Charles B. Gilmore, El Dorado Michael L. Glass, Curtis Maurine D. Goff, North Little Rock Timothy J. Golman, Little Rock Clint J. Goodson, Texarkana Laura L. Grabbe, Dewitt Rory L. Grams, Lowell Jennifer M. Graves, Nashville James D. Green, Tulsa, OK Marla L. Green, Fort Smith William R. Green, Lonoke Veon Greenwood, Fayetteville Mark A. Greer, Little Rock Tammy A. Greeson, Mount Ida 476 Sophomores Julie A. Griffin, El Dorado Pamela Griffin, Texarkana Kathy L. Griffith, Little Rock William S. Grimes, Monticello Gregory Grubbs, Eudora Judy K. Gundy, Rogers Kimberly A. Gunter, Russellville William A. Gwatney, Jacksonville Tareq I. Hadi, Jordan Paul D. Hagemeier, Fort Smith Andrew O. Haingaertner, Rogers Jeffery P. Hairston, Springdale Jimmy L. Hall, Helena David P. Hamilton, Hamburg Patricia L. Hamilton, APO Miami, FL Malu B. Hammans, Stuttgart Andrea S. Hampton, Little Rock Lisa K. Haney, Little Rock Thad B. Hanna, Fayetteville Susan L. Hannah, Little Rock Brian L. Hardy, Pine Bluff Pamela G. Hardy, Blytheville Albert B. Harper, Fort Smith Patricia G. Harris, Danville Rodger M. Harris, Eudora Samuel Harris, Fort Smith David C. Harrison, Foreman Phillip R. Harrison, Fayetteville Andrew B. Hart, DeQueen Michael E. Hartje, Conway John A. Harvey, Fox Kathy J. Hastings, Bentonville Vicki L. Hawkins, Rogers Michael L. Hayes, Siloam Springs Sherry D. Haynes, Newport Sophomores 477 Joey T. Hays, Pine Bluff Robin K. Hays, Little Rock Kemble W. Heller, Kansas City, MO Hugh L. Hembree, Fort Smith Jimm Jimmie Yen Henderson, Camden Andrea S. Hendricks, Fort Smith Dan B. Hendricks, Fayetteville Beth Henry, Dermott Calvin A. Henry, Fayetteville Clifford J. Henry, Conway Jennie D. Henry, Shreveport, LA Judith A. Herd, North Little Rock Oscar J. Hernandez, Costa Rica Susan C. Herring, Shreveport, LA Merry L. Hewitt, Springdale Keri A. Hibbard, North Little Rock Guy Hickman, El Dorado Kathy I. Higgins, Springdale Jacque K. Hill, Russellville Jamie L. Hill, Colleyville, TX Thomas H. Hillman, Jr., Carlisle Philip A. Hindman, Fort Smith Clif Hinze, Benton Marilyn S. Hirsch, Marvelle Janet M. Hirschel, Rogers Kenneth L. Hirshey, West Memphis Lou D. Hoax, Gol Durn Maryann Hogg, Camden Russ B. Holland, Little Rock Jak J. Hollingsworth , Pine Bluff Allen W. Hollis, Hope Lisa M. Holloway, Little Rock Barbara L. Holly, Malvern Lee D. Holmes, Lonoke Billy S. Holt, Westville, OK James W. Honea, Conway Jeff Honea, Little Rock Susan D. Hood, Hot Springs David S. Hooker, Jonesboro Hanet C. Hooks, Hazen Regina D. Hooper, Springdale Gloria D. Hopkins, Van Buren Stephen C. Horton, Marshall Debra L. Houston, Fayetteville Marisa J. Houston, Siloam Springs Johnathan L. Howard, Fayetteville Theresa A. Howe, Fayetteville John C. Howell, Little Rock Lisa G. Howlett, Ft. Sam Houston, TX James L. Hoyt, Hot Springs Carol G. Hubbar, Marvell Stephen A. Hudgens, Little Rock Frances L. Huey, Warren Rick D. Juff, Joplin, MO Dave W. Hughes, North Little Rock Gerald L. Hughes, Fayetteville Michael E. Hughes, Beebe Patti L Humphrey, Decatur Ruth E. Humphreys, Royal Annett Hurley, El Dorado James M. Hutchison , Morrilton Joseph D. Ingram, Belton, MD 478 Sophomores Kay X. Ingram, Osceola Barry C. Irvin, Dallas, TX Charles P. Irvin, Pine Bluff Adelia L. Ivey, Denton, TX Jera L. Jackman, Tulsa, OK David G. Jackson, Fayetteville Janan L. Jackson, Clinton Janet L. Jackson, Fulton Susan J. Jackson, Clinton Melissa G. Jarrett, Newport Cindy A. Jarvis, Camden Dan Jefferson, Fayetteville Janet Y. Jeffords, Fort Smith John E. Jehlen, Pine Bluff Tammie J. Jenkins, Lead Hill Carl L. Johnson, Marked Tree Kathie R. Johnson Little Rock Sharron D. Johnson, Little Rock Walter R. Johnson, Hackett Warren D. Johnson, Fort Smith Teri L. Joiner, Shreveport, LA Chip Jolly, North Little Rock David F. Jones, West Memphis David R. Jones, North Little Rock Donald R. Jones, Waldron Joey D. Jones, Batesville Laura L. Jones, Little Rock ' Margaret A. Jones , Wideman Mary E. Jones, Minturn Rebecca G . Jones, Hope Ronny D. Jones, Benton Terri Jones, Pine Bluff Mark R. Jostad, Bald Knob Kim-Ant Ju, Charleston Donna M. Kading, Yellville Gretchen L. Kaufman, Hot Springs Debbie S. Kee, Fayetteville Angela D. Kellan, Fayetteville James R. Keller, Rogers Dean S. Kelly, El Dorado Kristin B. Kemp, Little Rock Dina R. Kempa, Fairfax Station, VA Paula L. Kerr, Little Rock Dan R. Kessler, Rogers Michael J. Kiene, Charleston Kevin L. Kilker, Rogers Jay M. Kincannon, North Little Rock Katherine S. King, Helena Mark A. King, Charleston Keith E. Kiper, Tulsa, OK Kimalisa R. Kirby, Paragould Susan J. Kirk, Fayetteville Carrie Kirkendall, Dallas, TX Debbie J. Kirkpatrick, Little Rock Robert F. Kirksey, Blytheville William M. Kirshberger, Clarksville Charla A. Knowles, Prairia Grove George M. Kobe, East Patchogue, NY Kristine A. Kohles, Springdale Steve Kotler, Memphis, TN Lisa M. Kresse, North Little Rock John L. Krohn, Clarksville Clifton J. Ladd, Fort Smith Sophomores 479 Gregory B. Lanford, West Memphis Mary J. Langley, Searcy Eddie Langston, Norfork Janet E. Lassetter, Searcy Charles R. Laster, Fayetteville Russell A. Laster, North Little Rock Miguel Law, Boliva Richard B. Ledbetter, Russellville Barbara J. Leeton, Fayetteville Tom A. Lefevre, Woodland Hills, CA Jean C. Leger, Fort Smith Guy L. Leopard, North Little Rock Allison V. Level, Fayetteville Jon K. Lieb, Mountain Home Jennifer A. Lierley, DeQueen Ken E. Lilly, Jr., Fort Smith Denise D. Little, Hot Springs Richard E. Livingston, Lake Village Sarah L. Lock, Earle Joanne L. Lohr, Dallas, TX Chong P. Loo, Fayetteville Sharon D. Lovaland, Fayetteville Larry D. Low. Munster. IN Andrew J. Lucas. Fayetteville Timothy D. Lum. Blytheville Jeanne K. Lynch. Pine Bluff Gayle R. Lyon. Fordyce Glenda Lyons, Stuttgart i i Mitchell S. Lyons, Omaha, NE Sharon M. MacDonald, Fayetteville Nelinda A. Mace, Batesville Melinda L. Mackey, El Dorado Lori R. Mahan, Fayetteville Kathryn J. Mallon, West Mephis Lisa E. Malone, Jordan Joe B. Malter, DeQueen Beth P. Mann, Cherry Valley Michael J. Marlow, North Little Rock Vivian E. Marrs, Wesley Holly E. Marsh, Houma, LA Kathy Y. Martin, Dallas, TX Mary T. Martin, Hot Springs Scott Mashburn, Fayetteville Brenda G. Mason, Bentonville Lisa C. Mason, Bald Knob Decky Massey, Pine Bluff Norman D. Matthews, Stuttgart Jeffrey L. Maxwell, Benton David G. Mayo, Springfield, MO Carol J. Meimerstorf, Fort Smith Amy Mendelowitz, New York, NY Michael J. Mendenhall, Oil Trough Peggy L. Meredith, North Little Rock Arnold R. Merrell, Bald Knob Lisa J. Merryman, Benton Pamela J. Metheny, Etowah Charles L. Metz, London Alison L. Miller, Newport Cheryl J. Miller, Reston, VA Marilyn L. Milliken, Coweta, OK Charles E. Mills, St. Petersburg, FL Lynne Minor, Newport Patricia A. Minor, Fayetteville 480 Sophomores Philip Miron, North Little Rock Lambert Mixon, Bono Mark J. Mobley, Russellville Cindy A. Modisette, Pine Bluff Dudley Moll, Stuttgart Alan Moore, Fayetteville Beverly A. Moore, Augusta Jon Moore, Little Rock Kimberly Moore, Fayetteville Laura E. Moore, Luxora Roger H. Moore, Fayetteville William T. Moore, Fayetteville Jennifer L. Morgan, Tahlequah, OK Melanie A. Morgan, Shreveport, LA Gary Morris, Blytheville Steven R. Morris, Little Rock Ann Morrow, Bellaire, TX Martha J. Morse, Crossett Karen A. Mullins, Phoenix, AZ Patricia A. Munson, Auston Guy W. Murphy, Conway Joseph S. Murphy, Fayetteville Phil Murphy, Crossett Lisa Musser, Marion Mark E. Myers, Rogers Connie J. McCain, Jonesboro Jayne L. McCain, Houston, TX Nancy J. McCarthy, Little Rock Mary J. McClellan, Hope Diane L. McClure, Bellvue, NE Kevin P. McClurkan, Little Rock Bekki J. McCraw, Bartlesville, OK Beverly K. McCraw, Hot Springs Samuel E. McCraw, Salus Ann McCreery, West Memphis Sophomores 481 Sandra L. McCullough, Batesville Anna J. McDaniel, Kennett, MO John S. McDaniel, West Memphis Leah J. McDaniel, Fort Smith Julie McGehee, Little Rock James R. McGinnis, Fort Smith Thomas W. McGuire, Little Rock Ann E. McKenzie, Paragould Phyllis L. McKenzie, Jacksonville Jane McKinnon, Rover Laura J. McKinnon, Rover John P. McKnight, Fayetteville Christi I. McLaughlin, Gravette Jeffery H. McLoud, Huntsville Gail P. McNeal, Morrilton Robert B. McNeill, Pine Bluff Barbara L. Nagel, Jacksonville John D. Nalley, Benton Kathy J. Nance. Jasper Catherine A. Narwick, Cabot Rhea A. Neal, Arkadelphia Billy M. Nelson, Huntsville Debi A. Nelson, Hot Springs Kurt S. Nelson, Little Rock Robert W. Newell, Newport Karen K. Newman, Bella Vista Michael P. Newman, Rogers Darren P. Newsum, Little Rock James T. Newton, Hot Springs Thomas H. Newton, Little Rock W. L. Niblock, Fayetteville June M. Nichol, Pine Bluff Don L. Nichols, Mansfield Randy F. Nichols, Benton Bonnie L. Nicholson, Searcy Philip E. Noble, Rudy Lisa Northcutt, Stuttgart Kevin F. Norton, Pine Bluff Robert H. Nunnally, Camden Mitchell A. Ober, Springdale Justin C. Obiagwu, Nigeria Buddy Ogletree, Hamburg Marilu Ohl, Dallas, TX Tamra L. Ollie, Dumas Cynthia R. O’Neal, Hot Springs Raymond E. Osborn, Little Rock Corbin B. Otwell, Little Rock Lesli D. Overby, Little Rock Allyn D. Overholt, Stillwater, OK Stacy D. Owens, Mountain Home Mary F. Oxford, Fayetteville Leon W. Palmer, Seminole, FL Holly L. Park, Cabot Laquita Parker, Fort Smith Carl R. Parkerson, Jr., Hot Springs Lisa K. Parks, El Dorado Lamont D. Parsons, Benton Kendal L. Pate, Van Buren Jay B. Petterson, Texarkana Paul C. Patterson, Texardana Sam B. Patton, Burke, VA Vicky L. Patton, Springdale Charles J. Peacock, Bald Knob 482 Sophomores David L. Peavy, Texarkana Kathy L. Peele, Fayetteville David H. Pennington, Huntsville Toni M. Penzo, Springdale Albert L. Perkins, Eielson, AK Rod M. Perry, Little Rock Steve E. Perry, Little Rock David H. Perschbacher, Dallas, TX Jacqueline M. Petray, Russellville Allen M. Pettit, Little Rock Nam Huyen T. Pham, Lavaca Gregory T. Pharr, Cumming, GA Tina Phillips, Arkadelphia Paula G. Philpot, Siloam Springs Chris J. Pianalto , Springdale Patricia Pickitt, Glendale, AZ James B. Pierce, Fort Smith Linda S. Plemons, Tulsa, OK Cynthia M. Plugge, Hartman Melanie D. Plummer, El Dorado Dwight D. Plunkett, Fort Smith Lynden P. Polk, Rogers William H. Polk, Fort Smith David Porter, Clarksville Victor A. Porter. Clarrsville. Michael J. Power, Little Rock John M. Prescott, Harrisburg Melanie G. Presley. Fort Smith Balke L. Price, Fort Smith David D. Price, Fayetteville Lynn Price, Smackover Merry T. Price, Pine Bluff Peggy J. Price, Rogers William L. Price, Jonesboro David M. Prichard, Kenphucett, MA Randy Prince, Huntsville Lisa D. Propps, Clarksville Jill A. Prothro, Little Rock Becky N. Pugh, Portland David W. Pulliam, Fort Smith Ann H. Purifoy, Corssett Kelli R. Quin, Little Rock Ann L. Radke, Fayetteville Susan E. Raines, Dallas, TX Virginia Rainwater, Walnut Ridge Charlene M. Rakes, Bentonville Scott G. Ramoly, Little Rock Demetrius Randall, Hot Springs Charles R. Rasnic, Pittsburg, KS Carol Ratton, Paragould Teresa G. Reading, Fayetteville Carole A. Rebsamen, North Little Rock Chea L. Redditt, Little Rock Laura G. Reed, Fort Smith Rebecca A. Reed, North Little Rock Carol J. Regan, Hope Becky J. Reginelli, Jonesboro Ricky Revels, Fulton Richard C. Reynolds, McCrory Kirk K. Rhee, North Little Rock David J. Rice, Arkadelphia Melinda F. Rice, Dardanelle Steven L. Richards, Westminster, CC Sophomores 483 Terry L. Richey, Copperas Cove, TX Julia Riley, Hamburg Leeann Riley, Texarkana Robin A. Riley, Clarksville Dale E. Roberson, Rose Bud Gregory D. Robertson, Everton Carla S. Robinson, Siloam Springs David K. Robinson, Little Rock Richard R. Robinson, Siloam Springs Sharon K. Robson, Fort Smith Margaret M. Rockenhaus, Paris Virginia M. Rockenhaus, Paris Ramona R. Roeder, Earle Cathy L. Rogers, Hazen Charles L. Rogers, Siloam Springs Martha K. Rogers, Sherwood Robert W. Rogers, El Dorado David Roman, Chicago, IL Roxanne Romontio, Jacksonville John T. Root, Greenwood Carol A. Ross, Ozard Sally R. Ross , Houston, TX Bradley C. Rouse, Siloam Springs Donna J. Ruggles , Texarkana Mark W. Rupert, Fayetteville Carolyn J. Rush, Vienna, VA Malinda S. Rutledge. Fayetteville Deborah A. Ryburn, Pine Bluff Amy A. Sallee, Hot Springs Paula M. Sample, Fayetteville Debbie L. Sanders, Fayetteville Margo L. Sanders, Dallas, TX Terry D. Sapp, Springdale Cindy A. Satterfield, Green Forest Richard F. Savage, Fayetteville Molly J. Saxon, Camden Lee R. Scarbrough, Marvell David Scharff, Little Rock Tami K Scherm, Carlisle Mark A. Schlesinger, Hot Springs Lisa J. Schratz, North Little Rock Major R. Schuetz, Mountain Home Debbie L. Schulte, Conway Maureen S. Sco ;, 7 zt t Smith Susan E. Scott, North Little Rock Lisa S. Screeton, H? 7 n Mike Scurlock, Greers Ferry Jim R. Shaddox, Harrison John L. Sharp, Woodbridge, VA. Michael R. Sharp, Woodbridge, VA. Debbie A. Shearer, Mountain Home Elizabeth Shingleur, Pine Bluff Kim S. Shireman, Stuttgart Melissa L. Shoffner, El Dorado Sally Simpson, Camden Judith L. Sims, Irving, TX. Mary B. Sims, Rogers Camille A. Skalla, Houston, TX Brannon R. Sloan, Little Rock I. M. Smart, Physics, KX Sarah L. Smiley, Hot Springs Bo Smith, Magnolia David B. Smith , Little Rock 484 Sophomores James W. Smith, Little Rock Jo D. Smith, Fort Smith Kym A. Smith, North Little Rock Lisa Smith, Clarendon Olliemae Smith, Fayetteville Patricia D. Smith, Tuckerman Randall C. Smith, Fayetteville Richard Smith, Walnut Ridge Scott A. Smith, Hot Springs Sherry L. Smith, Huntsville Vicki C. Smith, El Dorado Donna K. Sneed, Fort Smith James E. Snow, Fort Smith Joseph P. Solomon, Fort Smith Kurt Southworth, DeQueen Mike W. Spades, Clinton Bryan A. Speed, Wynne Samuel S. Spencer, Newport John A. Spicer, Pine Bluff Paula S. Spurlock, Parkdale Monica L. Squyres, Collinsville, OK Stephen B. Stair, Heber Springs Carolyn A. Stanfill, El Dorado Kathy S. Staniford, Fort Smith Jon G. Steele, Fayetteville Debby Stephens, North Little Rock Susie J. Stephens, Fayetteville Cindi A. Stewart, Mountain Home Susan M. Story, Harrison Ricky D. Strain, Quitman Nancy L. Strauss, Fort Smith Susan M. Strickland, Blytheville Suzie Stroope, North Little Rock Fred G. Stuckey, Lepanto Joseph J. Stuesser, LaMirada, CA Sophomores 485 Joe D. Sullivan, Little Rock Susan R. Surman, Hernando, Ml Suzy R. Swain, San Antonio, TX Lee Tackett, Stuttgart Alan F. Talburt, Gepp Christopher M. Tanner, Fayetteville Marcia N. Taylor, Dallas, TX Marin E. Taylor, Fayetteville Martha E. Taylor, Hamburg Mary H. Taylor, Hughes Janet L. Templeton, Tulsa, OK Ellen E. Terrell, Batesville Phil A. Terrell, Murphreesboro Katy Terrill, Irving, TX Martin R. Theriault, Waxahachie, TX Becky A. Thomas, Fayetteville Bryan K. Thomas, North Little Rock Phoebe L. Thompson, Hot Springs Terri Thompson. Pine Bluff Tommie J. Thompson, Springdale Martha F. Thornton, Texarkana, TX Janice L. Thurman, Summers Sherry A. Thurman, Pine Bluff Ted L. Tidwell, Springdale Robert W. Towns, Monroe. LA Nancy K. Tracy, Pine Bluff Candy A. Treat, Fayetteville Susan V. Tucker. Houston, TX Steven H. Turner, Decatur, IL Pamela D. Underood, Searcy Mellody L. Van Dyke, Decatur Lee Vannostrand, Fayetteville Tommy K. Van Zandt, Fort Smith Kimberly O. Vassaur, Altheimer Roy L. Vestal, Fayetteville Steve M. Von Steen, Little Rock Earl D. Vories, Booneville Larry D. Wainwright, Junction City Sandy L. Walding, Bradley Douglas R. Walker, Greenwood Janine Walker, Fort Smith Trent A. Walton, Forrest City Mark Ward, Greenway Julie C. Warmouth, Little Rock Les A. Warren, Smackover Ted W. Warriner, Pine Bluff Ti Washington, Texarkana Frances C. Wasson, Arkadelphia Kim M. Watkins, San Antonio, TX Ronald Watkins, Little Rock Frank E. Watson, Pine Bluff Jeffrey E. Watson, Huntsville Anthony R. Wean, Tulsa, OK Kelley E. Weaver, Little Rock Demetra R. Webber, Little Rock Nancy C. Webster, Helena Jeannie Weeks, Harrisburg Frank H. Wehr, Little Rock Laura A. Welborn, Mountain Home Kellie Wells, Little Rock Susan M. Werner, Forth Smith Robert E. Wheeler, Little Rock Connie L. White, El Dorado 486 Sophomores “Aren’ you guys supposed to huddle somewhere else?” Jeff White, Dallas, TX Karen S. White, Pocahontas Ollie E. White, Helena Lynne A. Whiteley, North Little Rock Walter Whittorff, Ava, MO Eddie Whitworth. Mablevale Kenneth R. Wieburg, o Prairie Grove Carol Wilbanks, Russellville Shelley A. Wilcoxon, Hamburg Rulsell A. Wilkins, Pine Bluff Susan L. Wilkinson, Greenwood Al Willard, North Little Rock Dean Williams, Arkadelphia Debra A. Williams, Fayetteville Jeffrey F. Williams, Dardanelle Kathy L. Williams, Stephens Morgan R. Williams, Harrison Steven E. Williams, Little Rock Thomas F. Williams, Hot Springs Daron R. Wilson, Pine Bluff Tom H. Wilson, Shreveport, LA Kerry B. Winborn, Fayetteville Christina S. Winstead, Biloxi, MS Shirley J. Wolf, Texarkana Margaret L. Woodsmall, Batesville Ben T. Woolsey, Little Rock George P. Word, North Little Rock Connie S. Works, Texarkana Genny Wrape, Little Rock Deborah A. Wylie, Tulsa, OK Vicki L. Yanak, Overland Park, KS Dana L. Yeatman, Little Rock Greg T. Young, Clarksville James F. Young, Fort Smith Jan M. Young, Springfield. MO Joe M. Young, Fayetteville Karon D. Young, Winthrop Kelly A. Young, Little Rock Patricia A. Young, Nashville Steve E. Young, Hot Springs Connie F. Zmarzley, APO SF, CA Sophomores 487 FRESHMEN Timothy C. Aasland, Caddo Gap Annette M. Abbene, Pine Bluff Lori M. Abington, Russellville Corine Ackerson, Marvell James A. Acord, Fort Smith Don R. Acree, Richardson, TX Debbie S. Adams, Ashdown Nicholas L. Adams, Birmingham, Ml Shelly L. Adams, Carlisle Barracks, PA Terri E. Adams, Bartlesville, OK Chris G. Akers, Helena Terri L. Alford, Hope Al S. Alexander, Fayetteville Shaunna K. Alger, Rogers Christopher K. Alguire, Fayetteville Alice Allen, Alicia Terry S. Allen, Little Rock Patty L. Allison, Morrilton Kathy A. Allmandinger, Corning Dianne M. Anderson, Vigurnum, MO Judith A. Anderson, Tulsa, OK Andrea L. Andres, Texarkana Maria P. Andreu, Fayetteville Lindy Andrews, Little Rock Bobby Apple, Dardanelle Ricardo Arce, Fayetteville Kimberlea K. Archer, Aurora, MO Lynley Arnett, Texarkana, TX Dennis R. Arrington, Hope Barry D. Arthur, Little Rock Charles W. Ashcraft, West Memphis Yamonda Y. Ausbie, Little Rock Susan M. Aycock, Carlisle David L. Backlin, Mattoon, IL Dale R. Bailey, Rohwer 488 Freshmen Teresa L. Bailey, Farmington Theodore C. Bailey, Little Rock Douglas H. Baird, Fayetteville Brenda C. Baker, Mountain Home Bruce C. Baker, Mountain Home Diane A. Baker, West Memphis Phillip M. Baker, Earle Charles S. Ball, Monticello Tonita P. Ball, Fayetteville Debbie S. Baltz, Sherwood Karia R. Banks, Little Rock Leland Barclay, Van Buren William E. Barclay, Little Rock Connie J. Bargiel, North Little Rock Frank A. Barksdale, Pine Bluff Cheryl A. Barnes, Kodiak, AK Jack W. Barnes, Anderson, SC Lowry C. Barnes, Pine Bluff Rebecca A. Barney, Magnolia Victoria Barr, Parkin Brenda J. Barrett, Huntsville Richard M. Bartlen, Pittsburgh, PA Beth A. Bass, North Little Rock James C. Bass, Fayetteville Liz Baxley, Fort Smith Michael C. Bearden, Hot Springs Peter G. Beath, Dallas, TX Marian L. Beaty, Fort Smith Cynthia D. Bednar, Pine Bluff Carol L. Beene, Little Rock Linda S. Beiser, Vero Beach, FL Juidth A. Bell, West Memphis Kris Bell, Little Rock Judith L. Belt, Leawood, KS Janice L. Bennett, West Fork Danny L. Bercher, Fort Smith Amy C. Berry, Corning Claudette Bethel, Benton Welby A. Billings, Osceola Laura Bintliff, Houston, TX James A. Binz, Little Rock Mary J. Bittick, Clarksville Mark Black, Monticello Reyna L. Black, Conway Melinda A. Blackburn, Biggers Sammy B. Blacksmare, Piggott Lori A. Bladow, Huntsville Barbara E. Blair, Richardson, TX Charlotte E. Blankenship, Jonesboro Ann Bodenhamer, Little Rock Ann Bogle, Bentonville Abe Bogoslavsky, Fort Smith Lancelazar M. Bogoslovky, Fort Smith Phyllis A. Bohannon, West Memphis Janet L. Bolls, Pine Bluff Craig A. Bond, Pine Bluff Kimberly A. Bone, Fayetteville Katalin M. Borbas, Torrance, CA Judy A. Boyd, Cabot Blaise D. Boyle, Whitehouse Stn., NJ Samuel L. Boyster, Osceola Elizabeth A. Brackin, Marion Stephanie A. Bracy, Little Rock Freshmen 489 Susan Bradford, Colorado Springs, CO Steven G. Bradley, Fayetteville Dean A. Bradsher, Dallas, TX Brigitte Brady, Hot Springs Dave H. Brady, West Memphis Lori J. Brandon, Gravette Nancy D. Brandt, Springfield, MO Ken G. Branigan, Little Rock Scott E. Branscum, Blytheville John M. Bransford, Shreveport. LA Leigh A. Brantley, Marianna Shannon Brantley, Little Rock Cindy K. Breashers, Fayetteville Hollis G. Bray, Jr., Hampton James R. Bray, Houston, TX Amelia K. Brazil, Perryville Jeff D. Brazzeal, Russellville Keith Breckenridge, Mount Vernon Nancy L. Breckenridge, Joplin, MO James O. Bridges, Springdale Amber D. Bright, Little Rock Mary Bringle, Shawnee Mission, KS Richard L. Brizzolara, Little Rock Todd Brock, Marianna Cathy A. Brokate, Little Rock Mike Brooks, Huntsville. TX Ranea Brooks, Nevada, MO Susan L. Brooks, Little Rock Kenneth W. Broom, Texarkana Cynthia M. Brown, Tuckerman Dennis G. Brown, Little Rock Donna S. Brown, Hot Springs Keith Brown, North Little Rock Anne Browning, Houston, TX William H. Browning, Pine Bluff Bruce E. Brubb, Huntsville Bridget Bruce, Carrollton, TX Mary J. Brust, Roges David A. Bryan, Taylor Leslie A. Bryles, Rogers John W. Buchanan, Texarkana Timothy J. Buddig, Lockport, IL Allison A. Buecklin, Greers Ferry Debbie A. Bullock, Alexander Bill Burgess, Hot Springs David K. Burks, Benton Clarence Burnett, Pine Bluff Michael D. Burnett, Fayetteville Sheila L. Burns, Cabot Nanette K. Burton, Hartman David J. Bushkuhl, Fort Smith Jim Butzlaff, Little Rock Ronald R. Byrd, Gassville James F. Cadle, New Canaan, CT Rex R. Caldwell, Cotter Craig Campbell, Harrison James M. C Campbell, Little Rock Sherrie A. Canfield, West Fork Justin A. Capers, Dallas, TX Dwight H. Capps, Fayetteville Pammy Capps, North Little Rock Jeff A. Carlson, Tulsa, OK Stephen E. Carney, Newport 490 Freshmen Carlon J. Caroom, Siloam Springs John R. Carpenter, North Little Rock Greg S. Carr, El Dorado Tim Carroll, El Dorado Kathy L. Carter, Hazen Mary D. Carter, Hot Springs Rhonda J. Carter, Blytheville Steve D. Carter, Hope Tracy L. Cash, Hot Springs Sheila A. Castleberry, West Memphis Randy P. Cates, Fort Smith Daria K. Causey, North Little Rock Jo E. Chambers, Carlisle Charles L. Chambliss, Pine Bluff Terri A. Chambliss, Pine Bluff Debra L. Chastain, Batesville Jamie L. Chatham, Star City Debra T. Chauncey, El Dorado Bruce D. Chavis, Pine Bluff Dawn M. Cheramie, Gretna, LA Leah R. Chester, Pocahontas Dorothy J. Chisom, Marianna ° Martha L. Choate. Helena Diane E. Chrenko, Mountain Home Timothy H. Chumley, Shreveport. LA Sharon Church. North Little Rock Carla J. Clark, West Memphis Chris C. Clark, Memphis, TN Candice K. Clarkson, Pope AFB, NC Mark S. Clawson, Jacksonville Robert L. Claxton, Little Rock Lisa D. Clements, Malvern Ward W. Clemmons, Fort Smith Johnny R. Clemons, West Memphis Joy E. Cleveland, Lonoke Ernie Clifton, Earle Roy A. Clinton, Fayetteville Colleen M. Coakley, Hot Springs John Coats, Huntsville Dana D. Cobb, Mabelvale Christy C. Coker, Pine Bluff George B. Cole, Fayetteville Patti A. Coleman, Barling Ellis M. Collins, Forrest City Tim D. Collins, Springfield, MO William H. Collison, Fayetteville Michael W. Combs, Pine Bluff Tom W. Connell, Paragould Barry D. Cook, Brinkley Leslie P. Cooner, Little Rock Lee A. Cooper, Little. Rock Scott A. Copper, Little Rock Trisha E. Cooper, Benton Beverly A. Cope, Pine Bluff Tammye Copeland, Nashville Brenda T. Courtney, Watson Melody A. Cowan, Rogers Charles D. Cowling, Texarkana Altra D. Cox, Piggott Diana L. Cox, Evansville Oliver Cox, Corning Rege Craft, Garden City, KS Janie Craig, North Little Rock Freshmen 491 Bonnie F. Crain, Malvern Cary E. Cravens, Little Rock Dede L. Cravens, North Little Rock Mark J. Cravens, Chicago, IL Charles D. Crisp, Forrest City Linda C. Cross, Pine Bluff Lisa A. Crossland, Little Rock Pamela A. Cruce, Fayetteville Steven T. Crump, Kirby Catherine Crutchfield, Richardson, TX John A. Culp, Prescott Teresa G. Culp, DeQueen Laura E. Cummings, Little Rock Nancy E. Cunningham, Jonesboro Ronnie G. Cunningham, Sheridan Scott A. Curnel, Fort Smith Lisa R. Curtis, Little Rock Denise J. Dandeneau, Pine Bluff Kim P. Danehower, Forrest City Jimmy W. Daniel, Rogers David A. Darville, North Little Rock Lisa C. Davenport, Fort Smith Sarah J. Davidson, Rogers Carolyn R. Davis, Fayetteville Christopher J. Davis. Monticello Clark N. Davis, Hughes Gregory W. Davis. Bella Vista Jacqueline A. Davis, Earle Janet L. Davis, Osceola Robert Davis, North Little Rock Sherrie L. Davis, Antioch, CA Terry Davis, West Memphis Donnie J. Daws, Camden Benita J. Day, Springdale Mark W. DeBoer, Siloam Springs Ann L. Dean, Spring, TX Roderick Debnam, Bentonville Walter Deed, Tahlequah, OK Gus W. Deibner, Mountain Home Dennis W. Delk, West Helena Logan H. Dellinger, Blytheville Shannon Demuth, Benton Diann W. Dennis, Forrest City Kathy L. Derr, Fort Smith Teresa A. Dettenheim, El Dorado John P. DeWald, Memphis, TN Jacquelyne A. Dezort, Harrison Dana S. Dickerson, Clarksville Elise A. Dietz, Little Rock Anthony T. Dilday, Little Rock Carol L. Dillard, Hope Bart D. Dixon, Blytheville Glendora Dison, Genevia Mark S. Dixon, Searcy Mary V. Doan, Okmulgee, OK Kathy Dobbs, Kirkwood, MO Debbie Dodds, Pine Bluff Darilyn G. Dodson, North Little Rock Susan Dorsey, Kansas City, MO Suzanne D. Doss, Beebe Debbie L. Doster, Springdale Debbie G. Douglas, Fayetteville Stephen W. Douglas, Texaskana 492 Freshmen Cathy A. Dowdy, Little Rock Maureen Downes, Pocahontas Angela R. Drain, Springdale Julie Drewry, Dallas, TX Steve B. Dubois, Pocahontas Mike G. Ducan, Shenandoah, IA Don Duck, Anheim, CA Stephen K. Ducker, Pineville Deann Duckworth, Heber Springs Rhonda E. Duke, Glenwood Terri L. Dummond, Elkins Susan M. Duncan, Arkadelphia Kimberly H. Dunham, Crossett Alex W. Dunlap, West Memphis Kenneth Dunn, Fordyce Robert E. Dunn, Russellville Belinda G. Earle, Poyen Jeffrey C. Eddleman, Mena Susan J. Edmonds, Mountain Home Beth M. Edrington, Batesville Angela L. Edwards, Camden Lawrence Edwards, North Little Rock Curtis G. Eggers, El Dorado Julie A. Elledge, North Little Rock Deborah J. Ellingson, Omaha Suzy E. Ellis, West Memphis Mark Ellison, Paragould Tim L. Ellyson, Mountain View Stephanie L. Emert, Mountain Home Mary B. Esch, Rogers Tina D. Eubanks, Springdale Donna D. Evans, Little Rock Winfred D. Farrell, McGehee Augusta Farver, Jr., Pine Bluff Tor V. Faulk, Rogers Freshmen 493 Shannon Featherston, Altus, OK Phillip S. Finley, Rogers Gregg C. Fisher, Beebe Marianne B. Fisher, Paragould Terri L. Fitzgerald, West Memphis Veronica D. Flagg, Manila John B. Fletcher, Forrest City Thomas V. Fletscher II, San Jose, CA Sharon L. Flood, Burnsville, MN Judy D. Fogle, Hot Springs Lisa M. Folkner, Warrensburg, MO Debbie J. Ford, Russellville Cynthia L. Forney, Pine Bluff Michelle E. Forshber, Hot Springs Emily Fortner, Dallas, TX Cindy L. Foster, Jonesboro Lisa G. Foster, Benton Tyrone D. Foster, Hope Missy Frames, Stuttgart Brian K. Franklin, Claremore, OK Annette M. Frazier, Greenwood Charles C. Frazier, Checotah, OK Gerald W. Friend, Little Rock Neal Frizzell. West Helena William H. Frost, Huntsville Joseph W. Fuller, West Memphis Mark D. Gabbie, Helena Jennifer L. Gailey, Springdale Cindy D. Gaither, Hot Springs Edward C. Gaitley, North Little Rock David A. Galloway, Blytheville Thomas A. Galyen, Eureka Springs Brenda L. Garner, Fort Smith Ned D. Garrett, Beebe Cathy S. Garrison, North Little Rock David F. Gaskill, Huntsville Laura L. Gaston, Joplin, MO Kathy J. Gattis, Ozark Maria S. Geary, Prarie Grove Steve E. Geels, Springdale Erma E. Geiger, Lockesburg Karen R. Gentry, Lonoke Jacquelyn R. George, Cabot Jasper L. George, Danville Damian R. Gerke, Little Rock Tom E. Gheen, Belleville Kay E. Gibbs, Hot Springs Robert W. Gibbs, Fort Smith Kim M. Gibson, Fayetteville Tammy J. Gibson, Lavaca Cammy Giffin, Little Rock Sam L. Gilbert, Forrest City William F. Gilbert, Rogers Kenny E. Gilchrist, Mountain Home Robert E. Gill II, Tyronza Robert A. Ginnaven, Little Rock Rex D. Gipson, Little Rock Tammy L. Girkin, Searcy Fannie V. Gladney, West Helena Lonny Glover, Lonoke Andy W. Goins, Redfield Debbie L. Gold, El Dorado Charles A. Golden, Hot Springs 494 Freshmen Pamela O. Golden, Little Rock Jeff L. Gollon, Stuttgart Stephanie M. Goode, Tulsa, OK David W. Gordon, Ashdown Michele Graham, Canton, MA Rita L. Grahn, Springdale Connie S. Craves, Longview. TX Kelly A. Graves, Fort Smith Tanya A. Graves, Bentonville Beverly A. Gray, Morrilton Bill Gray, North Little Rock Eric B. Gray, Siloam Springs Kathy D. Gray, Fort Smith Kim J. Green, Benton James J. Greenwood, West Memphis Flora L. Greer, Helena Dianne M. Gretzmier, Osceola Kenneth L. Gri ffey, Little Rock Don G. Griffin, Little Rock Rebecca Griffin, Hot Springs Richard G. Griffin, Crossett Bobbie L. Griffith, Texarkana Jennie R. Griffith, Forrest City Jackie L. Grimes, Luxora Bryan G. Grimsley, Springdale John T. Groce, Benton Baker L. Gross, Forrest City Deborah S. Gross, Huntsville Mary M. Groves, Blytheville Peter M. Grundl, Little Rock Jaime R. Guerra, Benton Jay D. Gulick, Muscatine, IA Tamara L. Gutzman, Leawood. KS Tracy V. Gwaltney, Las Cruces, NM James K. Hackler, Tulsa, OK Kathleen G. Haley, North Little Rock Danny E. Hall, Crumrod Lydia G. Hall, Huntsville Charles M. Hamilton, Dallas, TX Thomas P. Hamm, Little Rock Carol Hammans, Humphrey Jackie D. Hancock, Blytheville Robert J. Haney, El Dorado Russel H. Hankins, Houston, TX Sharon V. Hannah, Little Rock Kim G. Haraway, Helena Alison S. Hardegree, Mena Debbie K. Hardgrave, Fort Smith Jeffrey T. Harp, Fort Worth, TX Charles K. Harris, Stuttgart Joy E. Harris, Crossett Karen M. Harris, Little Rock Rhett Harris, Russellville Beverly V. Harrison, Texarkana Carmen L. Harvey, Fox Laura E. Hastings, North Little Rock Randall Hathaway, North Little Rock Jeff Haun, Overland Park, KS Timothy M. Haunert, Fort Smith David J. Hawkins, Hot Springs Tim B. Hawkins, Parks Jeff Hayer, Siloam Springs Pamela J. Haynie, Prescott Freshmen 495 Bobby J. Haythorn, Huntsville Rebecca Hazelwood, Union City, TN Dale Head, West Des Moines, IA Michael A Heathcott, Fort Smith Angie F. Hegeman, Atkins Gregory J. Heil, Little Rock David C. Helton, Booneville Roy S. Henderson, Muldrow, OK Andy B. Hendricks, Fort Smith Dorothy M. Hennings, Batesville Jenny L. Henry, New Hope Charles C. Hensley, Eudora Anne A. Henson, Fort Smith Shelly M. Henson, Harrison Suzzanne E. Herron, Green Forest Gary P. Hess, Pine Bluff Marilyn F. Hiatt, Stuttgart Patrick C. Hickman, Little Rock Mary A. Higgs, Forrest City Tom L. Hilburn, Walnut Ridge Sandi D. Hildebrand, Stuttgart Lisa K. Hill, Baxter Springs, KS Shawn S. Hill, Arkadelphia Keith W. Hilton, Litchfield, IL Henry Himstedt, Lonoke Gulmer A. Hines. Wellesley, MA GeraldW. Hinrichs, Cherokee Mark S. Hobbs, Rudy Joseen S. Hodges, Salem Edward M. Hoelscher, Nashville Pamela S. Hoepfner, Springdale Mary A. Hoge, Fayetteville Stacie Hoggatt, North Little Rock John I. Hogue, Bryant Timothy L. Hogue, Piggott G. S. Hollowell, Heber Springs Audrey A. Holly, Malvern Richard C. Holmes, Pine Bluff David L. Holt, Mulberry Carl E. Honeysuckle, Little Rock Ruby S. Hoofman, Searcy Michelle Hoover, Wheaton, IL Melissa L. Hope, Yellville Gay L. Hopson, Roe Tracey J. Horne, Russellville Ty L. Hoskins, Fayetteville Durell C. Howard, Flippen Peggy L. Howard, Hindsville Sandra K. Howard, Malvern Dana L. Howell, Naperville, IL James T. Howell, Pine Bluff David E. Howerton, Conway Linda L. Howlett, Ft. Sam Houston, TX Phyllis T. Hoyle, Ozark Cau-Fong T. Hsun, Bolivia Mark E. Hughes, Tulsa, OK Raymond A. Hughes, Pine Bluff Randall L. Hula, Greers Ferry Debra J. Hulet, Fayetteville Diana C. Hunt, Hot Springs Lanette E. Hunt, Ketser Patricia D. Hunt, Fayetteville Randall R. Hurban, Western Springs, IL 496 Freshmen Shelley H. Hurler, West Plains, MO Kirtos R. Hyde, North Little Rock William R. Irwin, Hot Springs Jack Ivester, Russellville Chris A. Jackson, West Memphis Fioria B. Jackson, West Memphis Phyllis E. Jackson, West Memphis Fran A. Jagoditsh, Monroe, LA Jana E. James, Mulberry John M. James, West Memphis Calvin B. Jarrett, Keiser Karen D. Jasiulevicius, Little Rock Mark Jeffcoat, Pine Bluff Charles W. Jenkins, Fort Smith Frank M. Jenkins, Hamburg Keith B. Jenkins, Pine Bluff Randy W. Jenkins, Paragould Stephen Jenkins, Fort Smith Bobbi F. Jennings, Augusta Janna F. Jennings, North Little Rock Ellen Jernigan, Little Rock Jennifer L. Jesson, Fort Smith John G. Jockhart, Griffen, GA Brad Johnson, Jacksonville, IL Jay C. Johnson, Little Rock Julie D. Johnson, Fayetteville Lary Joe Johnson, Pocahontas Paul O. Johnson, Red Eye Rick D. Johnson, Aurora, CO Mike C. Johnston, Little Rock Barry D. Jones, North Little Rock Bobby D. Jones, North Little Rock Celest A. Jones, Pine Bluff Darrell K. Jones, Eureka Springs Gretchen M. Jones, Benton Freshmen Jana L. Jones, Siloam Springs Kenneth W. Jones, El Dorado Mark A. Jones, Fayetteville Mary E. Jones, Wynne Matthew P. Jones, Hope Steve Jones, Fayetteville Susan L. Jones, Jacksonville Thomas K. Jones, Beebe Trudell Jones, Stephens Michael A. Jordan, Armorel John M ' . Jursich, Deerfield, IL Brenda D. Kankey, Calico Rock Glenda D. Kankey, Pineville Kim M. Karnes, Sherwood Terri L. Kauble, Hope Scott H. Kaye, Benton Lenore A. Keeling, Morrilton Phyllis L. Keene, Fayetteville Lorrie A. Kegley, Brinkley Bert Kell, Marianna Steven A. Kell, Fort Smith Hugh R. Keller, Lonoke Lisa Kenefick, Blytheville Lisa A. Kersey, Greenwood Leisa R. Kersh, Searcy Mindy L. Kiley, North Little Rock James H. Killebrew, North Little Rock Carol E. King, Benton Clifton C. King, Texarkana, TX Nancy B. King, Calico Rock Suzie King, Pine Bluff Jeff D. Kirby, Morrilton Jeffrie C. Kirby, Gassville Kimberly Kirby, Fort Smith Jesse L. Kirkham, Warner Robins, GA Marcia A. Kirksey, Mulberry Terri L. Knight, Springdale Kevin E. Knauts, Piggott Mark A. Klopfenstein, Fort Smith Rebecca A. Klaser, McGehee Martha L. Kittrell, Augusta Paula F. Kitchens, West Memphis Susan Knoll, Richardson, TX Tim R. Koch, Fort Smith Kathy K. Koontz, Morrilton Johnna R. Kornegay, West Memphis Leslie L. Krebs, North Little Rock Richard J. Kreth, Little Rock Janet F. Lacefield, Gassville Nannette D. Lacey, Fort Smith Regina A. Lamb, Delight Rebecca A. Lancaster, Sheridan Tami L. Lancaster, Mountain View Debbie L. Langle, Viola Laurie Langston, Little Rock Terri L. Langston, Harrison Lacey Largent, Fayetteville William W. Larue, Bassett Joseph A. Lawrence, Pine Bluff Steven F. Ledbetter, Benton Lynda A. Lee, North Little Rock Regina C. Lee, Dallas, TX Elizabeth I. Leeman, Fayetteville 498 Freshmen Sarah A. Lewing, Fort Smith Vickie L. Lienhart, Little Rock John R. Ligon, Helena Steve R. Lincoln, Little Rock John L. Lindquist, Fort Smith Carolyn A. Lindsey, Springdale Stephen Linn, Morrilton Katherine J. Lochhead, Harrison Wade L. Lollis, Rudy Mark Long, Mineral Springs Mark E. Long, Pine Bluff Debora L. Longing, Smackover Teresa L. Loudermilk, Greenwood Della Lowe, Pine Bluff Mark B. Lowry, Dallas, TX Nancy L. Loyd, Lake Village Jill V. Luecke, Buckley, IL These J. Luers, Bald Knob Benita C. Lyles, Texarkana Christopher A. Madueke, Nigeria Holly H. Magruder, West Memphis Donald B. Mahan, Morrilton Lee M. Mallon, Garland Kim S. Malone, Tulsa, OK Stephen R. Malone. Harrison Elizabeth Manning, Southwest City, MO Timothy E. Marconi, Crawfordsville Bill A. Margr ave, Little Rock Gina L. Marshall, Satellite Beach, FL Linda K. Marshall, Hobbs, NM Kim Martin, Harrison Lady Jo Martin, Texarkana Christie L. Mashburn, Little Rock Mark A. Mason, Alma Kathleen L. Mathis, North Little Rock Denis M. Matranga, Little Rock Dawn E. Matthews, Little Rock Beverly M. Matthis, Little Rock Billie D. Mayes, Hot Springs Kerrieann Mayes, Fayetteville Kathy L. Mayo, Pine Bluff Stephen A. Mays, El Dorado Andrew B. Meador, Tulsa, OK Suzanne Medearis, Tahlequah, OK Tom B. Megee, Harrison Linda L. Melton, Bartlesville, OK Russell E. Melville, Pine Bluff Kim Merrell, Forrest City John T. Merritt, Heber Springs Dan Messersmith, Hot Springs Dena S. Meyers, Grand Prarie, TX Jeffrey C. Miller, O’Fallon, IL Pamela J. Miller, Memphis, TN Douglas E. Milligan, Leachville Lisa Mills, Dallas, TX Kelly S. Minton, Pine Bluff Elizabeth M. Mitchell, Hope Vance A. Mitchell, Green Forest Paul D. Mixon, Marianna John C. Monaweck, North Little Rock Jacqueline K. Mooney, Harrison Brenda D. Mooran, Sulphur Springs Ladona D. Moore, Berryville Freshmen 499 Phyllis D. Moore, Hot Springs Tammie J. Moore, Farmington Teresa J. Moore, Springdale Kelli Morgan, England Melissa J. Morgan, Tahlequah, OK Scott Morgan, Stuttgart Traci L. Morgan, Fayetteville June D. Morrow, Little Rock James D. Morton, Higdon Kathryn L. Morton, Texarkana Donna L. Mosher, Bentonville Durydice R. Mosley, Forrest City Mark W. Mosley, Searcy Karene A. Mosshart, Houston, TX Joe H. Mott, Little Rock Rusty Mullen, North Little Rock Sarah J. Mulliken, Ruswell, NM Ronald J. Mullis, Monticello Julie A. Murphy, Little Rock Sally Murphy, Lepanto Kathryn E. Murry, North Little Rock Cornelia A. Myers, Viburnum, MO Lynn McAlenander, Augusta Cheir M. McBurnett. Little Rock Leslie McChristian, Fountain Valley. CA Michael D. McClurkin. Mulberry Gerald W. McCollum, Stuttgart Cheryl L. McCormac, Clinton Kenneth E. McCulough, Stamps Janis G. McDermott, Little Rock David K. McDonald, Stuttgart John C. McElhaney, Charleston Carol L. McFadden, Carlisle Shannon B. McGee, Little Rock Ollie J. McGowan, Little Rock Robin McHaney, Blytheville Kay K. McHenry, Hope Helen B. McKinney, Dallas, TX Margaret E. McLarty, El Dorado Brian D. McLaughlin, North Little Rock Susan R. McLemore, North Little Rock June A. McMahon, Omaha Chris M. McMasters, Sapulpa, OK Nancy R. McMer n.,, Dallas, TX Miles McMillin, Madison, Wl Laura K. McMurtrey, Q " ssellville Pat M. McMurtry, North Little Rock Melanie D. McNeil, Council Bluffs, IA Tadd McNeill, Batavia, IL Carolyn F. McPherson, Pocahontas David McOueen, Jonesboro Mark McSweeny, Prescott Alyson E. Nelson, Little Rock Darrell Nelson, El Dorado Nicki L. Netherton, Morrilton Patti Newell, El Dorado Martha F. Newton, North Little Rock Melinda A. Newton, North Little Rock Susan E. Newton, Batesville Ronald C. Nichols, Carlisle Barbara Nielsen, Star City Allyson M. Noel, Lamar, MO Lisa Nordin, Fort Smith 500 Freshmen Branda G. Norman, El Dorado Kathryn J. Norris, Pine Bluff Thomas T. Norsworthy, Widener Kenneth L. Nowlin, Salina, KS Bruce W. Nunnally, Camden Malinda L. Oakes, Leawood, KS Kenneth Daniels, West Memphis Jerra E. Odum, Cabot Patrick E. O’Dwyer, Little Rock Mack B. Oliver, Proctor Sarah E. Oliver, North Little Rock Laura H. Olmstead, Rison Lisa J. Olsen, Little Rock Alene F. O’Rourke, Fayetteville Randall F. Ort, North Little Rock Otto L. Oswald, Garfield Scot Overbey, Little Rock Carol A. Owen, Pine Bluff Lisa A. Owen, Little Rock Shelli Owen, Mountain Home Cristy L. Owens, Fayetteville Wendell A. Owens, Jacksonville Jeff L. Owyoung, Dermott Alice K. Padgett, Marion Suzanne M. Page, Cove Greg Pape, Fort Smith Charles R. Parette, Fayetteville Michael G. Parkhill, Ashdown Cindy M. Parks, Smackover Cindy D. Parnell, Osceola Lisa D. Parr, Wheatley Nick A. Parsons, Mena Bill Paschal!, Royal Thomas A. Paterson, Leawood, KS Rita G. Patterson, Lexington, KY Freshmen 501 Janice S. Patton, Bentonville Mark E. Pearce, Pine Bluff Carolyn E. Pearson, Forrest City James D. Pelton, Pine Bluff David Pemberton, Huntsville Parker J. Pennings, Houston, TX Jeff C. Penson, Fort Smith Thomas E. Person, Hamburg Mary P. Peters, Pocahontas Beth Peterson, Tulsa, OK Carol A. Peterson, Joplin, MO Don R. Phillips, Fort Smith Greg M. Pianalto, Springdale Suzan G. Pickett, Cave City Steve C. Pike, Van Buren Lynda K. Pilgrim, Barling Mark R. Pinkstaff, Tulsa, OK Dennis J. Pirani, Marion John Pitts, Little Rock Maria D. Plafcan, Stuttgart Cheryl A. Plugge, Hartman Dan W. Plugge, Fort Smith Karen B. Plumlee, Berryville Tim A. Plunkett, Mena Lee Ann Poiriez, Tulsa, OK Donna S. Poole, Fordyce Jan Pope, Tulsa, OK Andrew B. Post, Altus Vada G. Post, Fort Smith Timothy J. Potts, Magnolia James D. Potter, Paragould Karen R. Powell, Little Rock Margie K. Presley, Dallas, TX Kendall Price, Fort Smith Demetrio H. Prieto, Fabers, TX Beverly A. Pryor, Crossett Machael J. Ptak, Fayetteville Anne E. Pulliam, Fort Smith Mary R. Quinn, Tulsa, OK Alice J. Rabenech, Stuttgart David S. Ragsdale, Fayetteville Mark E. Ramm, North Little Rock John R. Ramsauer, Arkadelphia Michael J. Ramsey, Arkadelphia Laura A. Randall, Hot Springs Leigh G. Randall, Fort Smith Allan W. Ranson, Hot Springs Eddie Ray, Fort Smith Jan W. Rayder, Sikeston, MO Susan L. Rebsamen, North Little Rock Robert L. Reed, West Memphis Cheryl E. Reeves, Fayetteville Beverly A. Reid, Dover Donna L. Reynolds, Proctor Glynda M. Reynolds, Arkadelphia Lisa G. Reynolds, Little Rock Gene D. Reynolds, Jr., Gould Lance C. Rhea, West Memphis Danna E. Rice, Charleston Steven C. Richards, Tulsa, OK Linda K. Richardson, Little Rock Lloyd C. Ridenour, Fort Smith Joseph G. Riefer, Fayetteville 502 Freshmen Jean R. Rimmer, Van Buren John A. Ritchie, Little Rock Sondra J. Ritchie, Eureka Springs Jody E. Rittenhouse, Janesville, Wl Charles B. Ritter, Springdale Joe A. Roach, Yellville John L. Robbins, Helena Mark B. Robbins, Searcy Laura Roberson, Benton Bruce H. Roberts, Pine Bluff Roberta E. Roberts, Ozark William M. Roberts, Little Rock Ronald Robertson, Jerico Springs, MO Karen Robinson. Cabot Adele E. Rockenhaus, Paris Monica A. Rodriguez, Little Rock Joe E. Roe, San Angelo, TX Julie T. Roeder, Piggott Linda L. Rogers, Rogers Lawrence D. Rogers, Fayetteville Matthew C. Rogers, Fayetteville Orville Rogers, Sheridan mrst Cindy L. Roper, Camden w ? Gayle M. Roske, Rogers f , Leann Ross, Bentonville 0 Kathleen Rothrock, Blythville Jeff A. Roussel, Little Rock Raymond M. Ruiz, Fayetteville Robert M. Ruple, Fort Smith Cindy C. Rushing, Patterson Jennifer J. Rutledge, Dayton, OH John E. Rutledge, Charleston Blake Sanders, Alexander John R. Sanders, Sherwood Lori A. Sanders, Searcy Tammy S. Sand ers, Hot Springs Clement A. Santi, Memphis, TN John V. Satterfield, Little Rock Keith M. Satterfield, Little Rock Debbie D. Saunders, Searcy Shirley M. Savage, Stuttgart Joe N. Scarsdale, Searcy Sharon L. Schaefer, Shalimar, FL Scott M. Schlesinger, Hot Springs Joel L. Schmidt, Lonoke Pamela R. Schmidt, Greenfield, Wl John W. Schmitz, Clinton Jeff Schrantz, Lawton, OK Geneva J. Schroeder, Jonesboro Nedeana R. Schuh, Norfolk Mary K. Schwartz, Mountain Home Cynda Scott, Little Rock Jeffrey M. Scott, Camden Sharon D. Scott, Holly Grove Kathleen A. Seaton, Rogers Denise R. See, Blytheville Carol A. Seffense, North Little Rock Ward Seibert, Tulsa, OK Frances R. Selby, Siloam Springs Greg S. Seney, North Little Rock Sandra G. Sexton, Tulsa, OK Pamela R. Shapard, Lepanto Alisa A. Sharp, Melbourne Freshmen 503 Carol J. Sharp, Fayetteville Sharon L. Shcaefer, Shalimar, FL Michael G. Shell, Searcy Tom A. Shepherd, Sheridan Gary A. Sheppard, Little Rock Sheila R. Sheppard, Cabot Guy L. Shilling, Sweetwater, TX Chuck Shipman, Flippin Donna K. Shipp, Morrilton Mark E. Shirley, Hot Springs William R. Short, Kimberling City, MO Tommy Shurley, Lonoke Michael G. Siebenmorgan, Scranton Mark O. Sills, Fayetteville Steve W. Simmons, Fort Smith Greg Simpson, Rohwer Kathleen Simpson, Eudora Richard B. Simpson, Russellville Greg Sink, Newport Elicia A. Sinor, Harrison Irvin Sisk, Parkin Billy I. Sitlington, Springdale Sammy L. Sitlington, Springdale Judith M. Sistruck, Fayetteville Pat Skinner, Fort Smith Randall M. Small, North Little Rock Becky E. Smith, El Dorado Boyd R. Smith, Rose Bud Brian L. Smith, Leachville Craig M. Smith, Fayetteville Janet C. Smith, Searcy Janet L. Smith, Malvern Jolene D. Smith, Newnata Keith A. Smith, Little Rock Kevin R. Smith, Hope Kim S. Smith, Fayetteville Nancy L. Smith, Greenwood Renee Smith, Little Rock David L. Snodgrass, Pocahontas Melissa S. Snow, Mountain Home Richard A. Sokora, Stuttgart Jimmy W. Spencer, Newport Matthew L. Spencer, Pine Bluff Gwendolyn S. Spivey, Little Rock Margaret A. Spivey, Rogers Ronald T. Squires, Benton Alejandro J. Stadthagen, Nicaragua Mercedes B. Stadthagen, Nicaragua Mora D. Stafford, Brinkley Tammy D. Stafford, Bryant Anne Stallcup, Tulsa, OK Dewey A. Standeford, Cotter Steve R. Staples, Chesterfield Jame M. Stark, El Dorado Nan Stark, El Dorado Michael B. Staton, Memphis, TN Stephanie L. Steed, Pine Bluff Stephen P. Steed, Leachville Ronald K. Steen, Tulsa, OK Donna H. Steiger, Bentonville Douglas R. Steinsiek, Blytheville Shanna M. Stemple, Gillham Keith A. Stephens, North Little Rock 504 Freshmen Debbie S. Stewart, Texarkana Lori L. Stewart, Earle Matthew S. Stewart, Muskogee, OK Patty K. Stewart, Farmington Tommy E. Stewmon, Forrest City Linda S. Stokes, Fayetteville Jody S. Stone, El Dorado Sandra Stone, Leawood, KS Timothy R. Stone, Little Rock Chris Stotts, Little Rock Ed L. Stout, Dallas, TX Virginia D. Stratton, Rogers Lita L. Stricklin, Gurdon Jessie M. String, St. Louis Henry F. Stroope, North Little Rock Bruce S. Stroud, Fort Smith Mike A. Stroud, Batesville David P. Stuart, Little Rock Davis S. Stubblefield, Fort Smith Cindy A. Stubenfoll, Bull Shoals Kathy A. Sudduth, Conway Thomas A. Sulephen, El Dorado Vicki L. Sutton, West Memphis Marsha L. Talley, Little Rock Lesa C. Tanner, Fayetteville Richard R. Tanner, Jacksonville Janet L. Tate, Fort Smith Dobby Taylor, Dardanelle Kathy J. Taylor, Jonesboro Trisha L. Taylor, North Little Rock Douglas E. Temple, Little Rock Susan Temple, Morrilton Karen L. Templeton, Jonesboro James D. Tennyson, Smackover Terry Allison, Hot Springs John W. Terry, Little Rock Sarah A. Terry, Greenwood Joel R. Tester, North Little Rock Jannette D. Thayer, Fayetteville Ellen C. Theis, Pine Bluff Brenda M. Thiel, Rogers Anne Thiessen, Wichita, KS Derik S. Thomas, Stuttgart Phillip R. Thomas, Hot Springs Roger E. Thomas, Little Rock Wesley C. Thomas, Russellville Malinda D. Thompson, Alma Gary Thorn, North Little Rock Mary A. Tilley, Harrison Tamela G. Tillman, Amity Max E. Timmons, Fayetteville Kim K. Tolar, Morrilton Michael E. Townsend, Stuttgart Kim L. Trammel, McCrory Walter J. Treimann, Turnsville, NJ Joye B. Trimble, Little Rock Stacy J. Trimble, Black Rock Gail D. Tucker, Pine Bluff Parker T. Tucker, Shorewood, IL Virginia C. Tucker, Mountain Home Larry S. Turbeville, El Dorado Bari C. Turner, Wynne Beth F. Turner, Memphis, TN Freshmen 505 Chip Turner, Pine Bluff Kathy A. Turner, Gravette Samuel Turner, West Memphis Elizabeth A. Tursky, Huntsville Nancy M . Wagner, Little Rock Richard D. Wagner, Harrison Michael A. Wakefield, Fort Smith Ken H. Walden, Paragould Cathy S. Walker, Shreveport, LA Gary H. Walker, Fayetteville Linda S. Walker, Texarkana Lisa G. Walker, Cotter Robin Walker, Quitman Timothy A. Walker, Marion Betty A. Wallace, Leola Phillip J. Wallace, Newport Sherri L. Wallick, Monticello Martha F. Walton, Crossett Sheila R. Walton, Forrest City Susan D. Ward, Tulsa, OK Christi Wardlaw, Gravette Alan Waters, Little Rock John E. Waters, Tulsa, OK Norman T. Watson, Hamburg Terri Watson, Hoxie Coralie E. Watts, Fort Smith Nan J. Weaver, Sprindgale Brian D. Wauer, Fayetteville Jim Y. Webb, Foreman Vanya R. Webb, Little Rock Don P. Weeks, Little Rock Jeanene N. Weeks, Pine Bluff Colleen M. Wehr, Little Rock Joe M. Welch, Sallisaw, OK Robert L. Welch, Salem Kevin D. Wells, Kansas City, MO Wendy K. Wendt, Mattoon, IL Sharon R. Wessells, Fort Smith Greg L. Westbrook, Camden Robin D. Westbrook, Little Rock Eric V. Westerfield, Little Rock Jenna M. Wharton, Klanston Tracy S. Wheeler, Piggott Phillip D. Whisenhunt, Mount Ida Wade A. Whistle, Osceola Ann E. White, Fort Smith Jacqueline D. White, Augusta Magigor White, Ozan Stacee Whiteside, Prairie Village, KS Sammy R. Whiting, Hazen Andy L. Whitney, Pine Bluff Lisa C. Widner, Alpena Leslie A. Wilkins, Jasper Joe D. Willett, Scottsdale, AZ Timothy H. Willett, El Dorado Charlotte A. Williams, Dumas Elizabeth J. Williams, Bonneville Janna Lynn Williams, North Little Rock Key Williams, Sheridan Linda A. Williams, NMountain Home Susan E. Williams, Conway Tim Williams, DeValls Bluff Rob Wilmoth, Etowah 506 Freshmen Karen M. Wilson. Pine Bluff Sonyia R. Winfield, Cove Ramona G. Winningham. Morrilton Brian Winstead, Little Rock Robert P. Wise, Marvell Jim E. Woker, Russellville Janet A. Wood, Siloam Springs Linny Wood, Dallas, TX James V. Woods, Forrest City Wag Woodward, Fayetteville Paul E. Woolsey, Clarksville David B. Workman, Blytheville Phillip A. Wray, West Memphis Carolyn S. Wren, Pocahontas Betsye L. Wright, El Dorado Lannie A. Wright, Harrison Larry E. Wright, Jacksonville Rita J. Wright, Searcy Rodney E. Wright, Tyronza Steve C. Wright, Muskogee, OK Joyce A. Wymes, Little Rock Stephanie K. Valentine, Searcy Monica C. Van Parys, Conway Don R. Van Rheeden, Mountain Home James M. Varnell, Pine Bluff Philip A. Vaughn, Lepanto Anner P. Vaughns, Denver, CO David R. Vaught, Pine Bluff Teresa R. Veloso, Fayetteville Michael L. Verucchi, Hot Springs Bart F. Virden, Morrilton Corine Vordt, Enschede, NJ Timothy B. Vose, Stuttgart Andrea D. Voth, Decatur Jay A. Yancey, Helena John E. Yancey, Marvell Nina L. Yancy, Fayetteville Suzanne Yates, Rogers Penny R. Yoakam, Mountain Grove, MO Charla N. York, Malvern Elizabeth F. 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Champion, Betty 258, 260 Champion, James 261 That Championship Season 101 Chan, Timothy 269 Chan, Wai-Ming 269, 442 Chandler, Alcinda L. 326, 474 Chandler, Tom 358, 461 Chaney, Hank 269 Chaney, Phil 263 Chapman, Carolyn P. 474 Case, Debra L. 348, 474 Case, William S. 358, 474 Casey, Mike 272 Cash, John D. 426, 446 Cash, Gayle 348, 415 Cash, Patricia G. 474 Cash, Phyllis 398 Cash, Tracy L. 491 Cash, Walter K. 342, 446 Cassaday, Laura B. 364, 461 Cassedy, Nancy A. 446 Castleberry, Bruce 288 Castleberry, David R. 342, 474 Castlebrery, Sheila A. 316, 491 Cates, Randy P. 358 491 Cates, Rhonda 336, 373, 461 Cathey, Kelley 89, 326, 446 Cathey, Mark R. 356, 446 Caton, Kathleen S. 461 Caudle, Moka 334, 474 Maudle, Teresa J. 461 Causey, Daria K. 348, 397, 491 Cawood, Gayle 257 Chadbourn, Cowper 259 Chairatanyuth, Pornsri 403, 442 Chalmers, Hugh B. 354, 474 Chalmers, Hugh, Jr. Ill Chamberlain, Dave O. 461 Chambers, Jo E. 348, 418, 491 Chamblis, Joellen 336, 373, 461 Chambliss, Charles L. 269, 342, Car — Cox 511 Cox, Diana L. 403, 491 Cruce, Steven R. 264, 462 Daily, Monte D. 475 Day, Benita J. 416, 492 Cox, Eugene 263 Crump, Steven T. 492 Dailey, Stephen P. 462 DeBoer, Mark W. 492 Cox, Jerry 246, 434 Crum bly, Maurice 264 Dalla Rosa, Marvin 430, 475 Dean, Ann L. 348, 492 Cox, Oliver 491 Crumpacker, Carol A. 475 Damron, Tracy A. 475 Dean, Terry L. 273, 430, 447 Cox, Steve 276, 356, 475 Crumpler, Steven R. 475 Dance 86 Deane, William 475 Cox, Theresa 369 Crumpton, Janice 276 Dandeneau, Denise J. 350, 492 Deaton, Jim 352, 462 Cox, Vickie L. 369, 414, 416, 462 Crutchfield, Catherine 492 Danehower, Jim P. 320, 492 Deaton, Timothy 288, 475 Craft, Rege 491 Cubitt, Rebecca L. 462 Daniel, Dana E. 462 Debnam, Roderick 358, 475 Craig, David 281, 442 Cullen, Cathy A. 328, 475 Daniel, Jimmy W. 344, 492 Deed, Elizabeth A. 462 Craig, Janie 320, 491 Culp, John A. 338, 492 Daniel, Kenny G. 320, 475 Deed, Walter 492 Craig, Stephen W. 338, 462 Culp, Teresa G. 492 Daniel, Paulan A. 462 Deen, Christopher F. 358, 462 Crain, Bonnie F. 492 Culpepper, Duncan 263 Darby, Danna 414, 475 Deere, Ronnie 421, 430 Cramer, Nancy J. 446 Culpepper, John 426 Darelius, Liz 376 Dees, Suzette 326, 376, 475 Cramer, Thomas E. 344, 462 Culver, Ray 442 Darville, David A. 492 Deibner, Gus W. 492 Crane, Dale 261, 259 Cummings, Laura E. 492 Davenport, Lisa C. 433, 492 Delaney, Steve 272 Cranford, Cheryl 417 Cunning, Elaine 250 Daves, Jay 424 Delk, Dennis W. 342, 492 Cranford, Dennis R. 266, 423, 462 Cunning, Janet E. 415, 447 Davidson, Sarah J. 328, 492 Dellinger, Logan H. 492 Cravens, Cary E. 350, 397, 492 Cunningham, Bethel 268 Davidson, Susan H. 316, 462 Delta Delta Delta 326 Cravens, Cathy M. 350, 375, 475 Cunningham, Bill R. 340, 462 Davie, Alexander S. 360, 462 Delta Gamma 328 Cravens, Dede L. 416, 492 Cunningham, Janet K. 326, 475 Davis, Anthony 442 Delta Upsilon 330 Cravens, Mark J. 492 Cunningham, Kevin 246, 281,434 Davis, Brett C. 342, 447 Sisters of the Seven Stars 3b Crawford, Bruce 431 Cunningham, Nancy E. 326, 373, Davis, Carolyn R. 328, 492 Demont, Francis T., Ill 352, 4 Crawford, Gahlen 427 492 Davis, Charles 431 Demuth, Shannon 320, 492 Crawford, Steven T. 344, 447 Cunningham, Ronnie G. 492 Davis, Christopher J. 492 Denforth, Steve 268 Crawford, Stuart 431 Cunningham, Sherri 263 Davis, Clark N. 492 Denman, Heidi L. 336, 475 Crawley, Dennis D. 447 Cupples, Jerrie L. 462 Davis, Dana 375 Dennis, Diann W. 348, 492 Crawley, Russell D. 475 Curnel, Scott A. 344, 492 Davis, Debra K. 447 Denson, Charles B. 330, 475 Creene, Cynthia J. 462 Currence, Jerry E. 338, 475 Davis, Deborah 87, 328, 447 Denson, Charles B. 330, 475 Creggett, Sherrie 246 Currie, Valorie 265 Davis, Donnie J. 462 DeRamus, Alan 442 Crews, Stuart 447 Curry, Lea 403 Davis, Doris J. 447 Deramus, Ricky T. 245, 344, 4bz Crisp, Charles D. 492 Curry, Tersa 414 Davis, Dovie 403 Derickson, Rick 259, 2b i Crockett, Diane 265 Curtis, Lisa R. 492 Davis, Gregory W. 492 Derr, Kathy L. 399, 492 Crockett, John 261 Curtner, Thomas Z. 356, 462 Davis, Jacqueline A. 492 Desalvo, Robert A. 462 Cromley, William B 428, 475 Cypert, Julie J. 153, 364, 475 Davis, Janet L. 492 Dettenheim, Teresa A. 326, 401, Crosby, Carla M. 462 Cyrus, Mark R. 195, 358, 475 Davis, Janice M. 245, 475 492 Crosby, Glenn 256, 308 Cyrus, Scott S. 256, 358, 475 Davis, Jerry L. 447 Detwiler, Lisa R. 403, 462 Cross Country 212 Davis, Kinda K. 475 Dewailly, Jack 260 Cross, Jan 195, 376 Davis, Mark R. 462 DeWald, John P. 354, 492 Cross, Johnice 256, 364, 475 Davis, Monica D. 447 Dezort, Jacquelyne A. 492 Cross, Joseph M. 432, 447 Davis, Robert 277 Dial, Danny C. 462 Cross, Kay L. 364, 462 j Davis, Robert 272, 492 Dickenson, Charles F. 356, 475 Cross, Linda C. 336, 492 Davis, Robert M. 428, 447 Dickerson, Dana S. 281, 492 Cross, Michael J. 356, 462 Davis, Scott C. 330, 475 Dickerson, Kathryn A. 462 Crossland, Lisa A. 350,416, 492 Davis, Sharon 171 Dickerson, Richard 260, 442 Crouch, Colin 424 Davis, Sherrie L. 492 Dickey, Lisa 415 Crouch, Marilyn 288 Dacus, Rick 266 Davis, Terry 352, 492 Dickman, Anita 273 Crowell, Becca E. 475 Dagley, Chris A. 462 Davis, Van 338 Dietz, Elise A. 334, 492 Cruce, Pamela A. 492 Dahl, Denise 373 Daws, Donnie J. 492 Diffin, E.J. 271, 272, 447 512 Cox — Dif Dunn, Debbie S. Dunn, Joe Dunn, Kenneth Dunn, Rebecca Dunn, Robert E. Dunseath, David S. Durland, Charles M. Durnam, Mitchell S. Dust, Marilyn S. Dye, Phillip D. Dykes, Mariam 348, 301 373, 475 300 493 403 493 356, 475 246, 300, 303, 462 475 475 447 377 Eady, Lewis W. 462 Earle, Belinda G. 328, 493 Earls, Curtis 475 Eason, Angela R. 254, 273, 311, 326, 447 Eason, Carla J. 326, 373, 462 Eason, Stephen A. 246, 262, 281, 354, 434, 447 Easter, Sean 302, 303 Easterling, Michael A. 447 Eastwold, Ricky 430 Eaton, Julie A. 462 Ebbing, Gary D. 340, 475 Ebel, Skip 257, 281 Eberle, Teresa 244 Eckart, John W. 422, 462 Eckenrode, William N. 423, 475 Eddins, William B. 330, 475 Eddleman, Jeffrey C. 493 Eddy, Paul 119 Edens, Cathy C. 336, 463 Ederington, Mary Lynn 350, 375, 475 Edet, Ita 442 Edgemon, Billy O. 448 Edgeworth, Linda 403 Edie, Julie A. 246, 475 Edington, Jim 424 Edmonds, Susan J. 418, 493 Edrington, Beth M. 336, 493 Education 126 Edwards, Angela L. 493 Edwards, Ann C. 417, 463 Edwards, Kenneth 340, 475 Edwards, Lawrence A. 493 Egan, Laura J. 152,257,350,463 Eggers, Curtis G. 427, 493 Ehert, Wendy 257 Ehrlich, Richard M. 463 Elam, Biett 263 Elam, Carleton B. 463 Eldridge, Robert 431 Elkins, Janna L. 448 Elledge, Julie A. 316, 493 Ellingson, Deborah J. 403, 493 Elliot, Kim 374 Elliott, Anita M. 271, 320, 463 Elliott, Marjorie A. 316, 463 Elliott, Steve 448 Ellis, Debbie A. 350, 463 Ellis, Julie R. 403, 463 Ellis, Suzy E. 493 Ellison, Mark 340, 493 Ellyson, Tim L. 493 Elmer, Kelli 290 Elmore, Kay R. 268, 269, 463 Elmore, Mary E. 448 Elred, Donald 475 Elrod, David W. 463 Elser, Ruth A. 463 Elser, Tom E. 272, 448 Embry, Janet 475 Emerson, Scott A. 246, 250, 256, 356, 434, 463 Emert, Stephanie L. 493 Engeler, Rick 356, 475 Engine Council 258 Engineering 128 England, Jeff L. 358, 463 Engledowl, Brian L. 358, 463 English, Ellen M. 244, 247, 254, 262, 311, 336, 375, 448 Dilday, Anthony T. 354, 492 Dolster, Debbie 377 Dramis, Jacke 278 Dillahunty, Julie 373 Domann, Phyllis 442 Draughon, Ed 276 Dillahunty, Sharon K. 273, 462 Donaldson, Darrell 431 Drevs, Pat A. 447 Dillard, Avis N. 447 Donaubauer, Elton 117 Drewry, James R. 269, 462 Dillard, Carol L. 334, 492 Dooly, Lane E. 447 Drewry, Julie 336, 398, 493 Dillard, Jan E. 273, 334, 462 Dorsey, Susan 348, 492 Driggers, Michael 431 Dillard, Joy R. 320, 462 Doshier, Joe 420, 431 Drouett, Robert B., Jr. 352, 475 Dillard, Rebecca S. 447 Doss, David 257, 281, 342, 462 Drummond, Patti 417 Milliard, Ann 328, 447 Doss, Danny 267 DuBois, Scott 358 Dillon, Deborah D. 364, 462 Doss, Suzanne 336, 373, 403, DuBois, Steve 358, 493 Dinwiddie, David R 462 492 DuVall, Cindy 417, 475 Ditzig, James A. 340, 462 Dossman, Ronda 418, 475 Ducan, Mike G. 493 Dixon, Bart D. 358, 492 Doster, Debbie L. 336, 492 Ducker, Stephen K. 493 Dixon, Glandora 265, 492 Dougherty, Kathryn J. 250, 462 Duckett, Bennie 421, 423 Dixon, Mark S. 356, 492 Dougherty, Phil A. 330, 475 Duckworth, De Ann 350, 493 Dixon, Mike 293 Douglas, Debbie G. 326, 492 Dudley, Cindy 400 Dixon, Richard C. 475 Douglas, Jacqueline 111 Dudley, David W. 272, 447 Doan, Mary V. 492 Douglas, Mary Jane 276 Dudley, Katherine L. 254, 328, Dobbs, Carl 261 Douglas, Stephen W. 354, 492 447 Dobbs, Kathy 328, 400, 492 Douglass, Lee 263 Duerr, Thomas E. 475 Dobbs, Debbie 266, 418, 492 Doucet, Diane L. 475 Duke, Rhonda 264,414,415,493 Dodge, Leica B. 350, 475 Dover, Douglas R. 244, 330, 475 Dummond, Terri L. 493 Dudrill, Wayne 300 Dowden, D.D. 245 Dunagan, David 442 Dodson, Bob 276 Dowdy, Cathy A. 334, 493 Dunagin, Sean 462 Dodson, Eric 245 Downes, Maureen 398, 493 Dunbar, Bryan 426 Dodson, Darilyn G. 348, 401,492 Downum, Martha D. 447 Duncan, Randy 263 Dodson, Leisa 276 Dounum, Onnee B. 447 Duncan, Romona L. 273, 277, Dodson, Nancy L. 364, 462 Doyel, William G. 273, 447 447 Doering, Christina 403 Drain, Angela R. 493 Duncan, Susan M. 328, 493 Dogan, Alvin 264 Drake, Mark D. 318, 475 Dunham, Kimberly H. 493 Dole, Joe 260 Drake, Mark 462 Dunklin, Larry 442 A Doll’s House 106 Drake, Ruth E. 447 Dunlap, Alex W. 493 Dil — Eng 513 English, John R. ; 246, 261, 432, Featherston, Shannon 334, 494 Fong, Fun 254, 448 463 Featherstone, Homer 263 Fontaine, Melissa 364, 448 Ennis, Jim R. 424, 475 Feild, Jean 448 Football 174 Entricken, Carol A. 403, 476 Felts, Terry L. 272, 463 Ford, Billy 428, 463 Erickson, Bruce 272 Ferguson, Beebe C. 476 Ford, Debbie J. 350, 494 Erke, Brenda M. 268, 273, 448 Ferguson, Jeannette 320, 403, Ford, Elizabeth 417 Ernst, Eric 246, 250 463 Fore, Nancy J. 276, 334, 476 Erskine, Steven 427 Ferguson, Kim L. 328, 476 Forkner, Danny 267, 429 Erstine, Jon Mark 358, 448 Ferguson, Wendy A. 448 Forman, Virginai 476 Esch, Mary Beth 326, 376, 493 Fernandez, Alina M. 271, 463 Formby, Karen 397 Estenssoro, Juan 267 Fernandez, Carlos 267 Forney, Cynthia L. 494 Estep, Gregory D. 258, 362, 448 Fetterolf, Chalres 299 Forrest, Kim J. 316, 476 Eubanks, Mary E. 326, 476 Fetzer, Jeanette L. 273, 281, 448 Forshberg, Michelle E. 328, 399, Eubanks, Tina D. 264, 493 Fielding, Theda J. 334, 476 494 Eubanks, William T. 427, 448 Fields, Allen 276 Fortner, Emily 403, 494 Evan, James R. 320, 476 Fields, Betty 276 Fosburgh, Greg 424 Evans, Donna D. 493 Fields, Teresa 264 Foster, Cindy L. 264, 494 Evans, Janet 415 Fiesta Bowl 192 Foster, John A. 463 Evans, John 429 FIJI Islanders 274 Foster, Lisa G. 494 Evans, Kenneth W. 362, 476 Fike, Steve 308 Foster, Tyrone P. 494 Events 54 Findley, Barry B. 251, 354, 463 Fotioo, Gina 376 Evert, Ben 424 Findley, Chalres B. 267, 448 Fotioo, Peter G. 342, 476 Evetts, Les 256, 358 Fine, Bill 448 Fowler, Sandra S. 448 Evitts, John L. Ill 476 Finley, Phillip S. 494 Fox, Jennifer 156,157, 197, 373 Ezell, James 283 Finocchiaro, Jerry P. 360, 463 Fox, Mary F. 328, 476 Fischer, Karen D. 271, 328, 463 Fox, Maureen L. 276, 476 Fish, Richard 259, 261, 430 Frachiseur, Tammie F. 255, 448 Fisher, Betsy 364, 448 Frames, Missy 320, 494 1 Fisher, Gregg C. 346, 494 Francis, Cheryl Ann 415, 425, 476 E 1 Fisher, Gregory 431 Francis, Cheryl G. 448 I Fisher, Marianne B. 326, 373, 494 Francisco, John J. 448 Fisher, Sally 336, 376 Franes, Scott K. 448 Fisher, Sarah 463 Franklin, Brian K. 494 Fitzgerald, Terri L. 494 Franklin, Cameron 463 Faddis, Debra D. 463 Fitzqibbon, Vicki A. 265, 268, Franklin, Larry G. 448 Faford, Ann 403 316, 369, 476 Franklin, Randall M. 448 Fairbanks, Robert 263 Flagg, Veronica D. 494 Franklin, Ralph A. 476 Faldon, Teresa A. 403, 476 Flaig, Sonny 369 Franklin, Rivers 415 Falge, Robert O. 257, 356, 463 Fletcher, Betty 374 Franks, Daniel J. 448 Fall 58 Fletcher, John B. 340, 494 Frazier, Annette M. 418, 494 Fancher, Cindy J. 336, 369, 476 Fletcher, Pat 399 Frazier, Charles C. 494 The Fantasticks 104 Fletscher, Thomas V. II 432, 494 Frazier, David D. 358, 463 Farless, Randy R. 358, 476 Flood, Sharon L. 336, 399, 494 Frazier, Teresa 403 Farmer, Alice G. 273, 448 Florentino, Maria 448 Freeman, Darrell D. 448 Farmer, Leslie J. 320, 476 Flores, Syl 264 French, Barbara 271 FarmHouse 332 Flourney, Susan 272 French, David M. 246, 311,342, Farrell, Winfred D. 493 Flowers, Robert K. 434, 448 Farver, Augusta, Jr. 493 Floyd, Janice W. 334, 463 Freshmen 488 Farzan, Jafar 431, 463 Floyd, Trip 360, 476 Freshman Fraternity Council 310 Faubel, Stephen C. 330, 463 Flynt, Dale 448 Freshman Sorority Council 310 Faulk, Kurt V. 352, 476 Fnashe, Aanan 476 Frey, Thomas G. 320, 476 Faulk, Mary 418 Foger, Theresa J. 463 Friedman, Linda 382 Faulk, Tor 352, 493 Foggelman, Jennifer 370 Friend, Gerald W. 360, 494 Faulkner, Brianne 350, 476 Fogle, Judy D. 494 Friettsche, Melinda K. 334, 476 Faulkner, Charles 246, 434 Fogle, Stephoney 403 Frizzell, Lindy V. 264, 430, 448 Faulkner, Mike 429 Fogleman, David 356, 448 Frizzell, Neal 340, 494 Faulkner, Susan L. 350, 463 Foley, Dana J. 476 Frizzell, Rod 360, 476 Featherston, Mona 273, 334, 463 Folkner, Lisa M. 320, 494 Frohnappel, Greg A. 340, 476 Frost, Lori A. 417, 476 Frost, William H. 494 Fry, Mike 276 Frye, James 266, 431 Frye, William C. 382, 428, 463 Fugitt, William K. 448 Fulbright C-1 397 Fulbright C-2 397 Fulbright C-3 398 Fulbright C-4 399 Fulbright H-1 398 Fulbright H-2 399 Fulbright H-3 399 Fulbright H-4 400 Fulbright Hall Council 401 Fulbright K-1 400 Fulbright K-2 400 Fulbright K-3 401 Fulbright K-4 401 Fulcher, Jean Ann 263, 417 Fulenwider, Steve 358 Fuller, Allan 340, 463 Fuller, Dave 424 Fuller, Joseph W. 432, 494 Fuller, Mark Fung, Charity K. 269, 448 Fung, Pak C. 476 Futrall Hall 402 Future Farmers of America 255 Gabbie, Mark D. 356, 494 Gabel, Julie S. 328, 369, 463 Gaddy, Robert K. 259, 260, 463 Gailey, Jennifer L. 494 Gaither, Cindy D. 336, 370, 399, 494 Gaithright, Richard Gaithley, Edward C. Galloway, David A. Galyen, Thomas A. Galyor, Thomas Gammell, Cecily A. Gammill, Dru Gammill, Randee M. Gammill, Rick Gammon, Geoffrey D. Gann, Caroline L. Gannon, Patty Garden, Charlie Gardial, Phil Gardner, Charles N. 263 426, 494 494 494 431 476 328, 476 416, 476 424 338, 463 348, 476 476 352 358, 463 246, 308, 463 Gardner, Scott R. 432, 448 Gardner, Shirley K. 348,370,418, 476 Garimann, Mark Garner, Brenda L. Garner, Elizabeth J. Garner, Florence L. Garner, Ronald G. Garnman, Mark Garrett, Ned D. Garrison, Cathy S. 271,414, 41 6 494 Gartman, Debbie L. Gary, Jimmy Gaskill, David F. Gaston, Henry Gaston, Laura L. Gates, James P. Gatewood, Bill Gattis, Becky A. Gattis, J.L. Gattis, Kathy J. Gay, David E.R. Gearheart, Doug Geary, Maria S. Gebetsberger, Lynn P. Geels, Steve E. Geheb, Pat Geiger, Erma E. Gelfand, William M. Gentry, Eddie E. Gentry, Karen R. Gentry, Roy L. II 3 03 494 316, 476 448 448 301 494 403, 430, 448 263 494 265 364, 494 356. 476 426 328, 476 261 494 138, 246 272 494 328, 463 494 424 494 144, 254, 448 463 494 463 514 Eng — Gen Groce, John T. 426, 495 Gross, Amanda 87 Gross, Baker L. 354, 495 Groth, Nita 272 Groves, Lynn 414 Groves, Mary M. 418, 495 Grubb, Bruce 430 Grubbs, Gregory 477 Grubbs, Roselyn 326, 373, 463 Grundl, Peter M. 495 Gruss, Lawrence 303 Guerra, Jaime R. 495 Guimaraes, Maria B. 397, 464 Gulick, Jay D. 428, 495 Gullett, Dennis 428 Gundy, Judy K. 328, 477 Gunter, Kimberly A. 477 Gurrett, Celia 369 Gusewelle, David 431 Gutzman, Tamara L. 495 Gwaltney, Cindy 376, 464 Gwaltney, Tracy V. 376, 495 Gwaltney, Frank 1. 449 Gwatney, William A. 352, 477 Gwillim, Jay 245 Hackler, James K. 426, 495 Hackler, Vicki L. 316, 369, 464 Hadfield, Charles W. II 464 Hadi, Tareq I. 477 Hagan, Bubba 432, 449 Hagemann, Lila L. 277, 403, 464 Hagemeier, Paul D. 477 Haingaertner, Andrew D. 477 Hair, Rhonda 369 Hairston, Jeffery P. 308, 360, 477 Hairston, John W. 431, 464 Hairston, William F. 360, 449 Halbert, Melanie L. 328, 464 Haldeman, Ann 403 Halderson, Bonnie J. 449 Haley, Cindy M. 364, 376, 464 Haley, Kathleen G. 364, 416, 495 Halford,Erin A. 281, 464 Halinski, David M. 464 Hall, Camille 246 Hall, Danny E. 338, 495 Hall, Donald D. 449 Hall, Julie 87 Hall, Jimmy L. 477 Hall, Larry R. 449 Hall, Lydid G. 495 Hall, Pat 87 Hall, Suzanne 250,257,281,320, 464 Hamblin, Laura Hamilton, Charles M. Hamilton, David Hamilton, Dale V. Hamilton, David P. Hamilton, Doug Hamilton, Kristi Hamilton, Lynn Hamilton, Patricia L. Hamilton, Penny Hamlin, Cheryl L. Hamm, Thomas P. Hamma, Terri Hammack, Cindy Hammans, Carol Hammans, Erie Hammans, Malu B. Hammond, Sandra Hammond, Tony Hamner, Harry Hampton, Andrea S. Hampton, Helen E. 144,245,320, 403, 449 Hamrick, Richard D. 258, 464 Hancock, Jackie D. 330, 495 Hands, Nanci 464 Haney, Robert J. 495 Haney, Lisa K. 477 Hankins, Russell H. 495 417 250, 360, 495 261 245 272, 477 236 369 272, 449 477 197 449 495 403 415 495 356, 449 348, 477 464 300, 303 442 403, 477 Gentry, Trip 358 George, Cindy 257 George, Jaquelyn R. 494 George, Jasper L. 494 Gerety, Richard F. 342, 463 Gerke, Damian R. 360, 494 Gernert, Kent 400 Geruntho, John 428 Gessler, Catherine E. 350, 463 Gheen, Tom E. 494 Ghorayshi, Majid 442 Gianni, Schicchi 105 Gibbs, Kay E. 336, 399, 494 Gibson, Carolyn R. 416, 476 Gibson, Douglas L. 356, 463 Gibson, James L. 476 Gibson, James M. 476 Gibson, Kim M. 364, 494 Gibson, Tammy J. 399, 494 Gieringer, Robert 421, 428 Giffin, Cammy 494 Gilbert, Sam L. 494 Gilbert, Susan D. 316, 403, 476 Gilbert, William F. 352, 494 Gilchrist, Kenny E. 264, 494 Gill, Gregory B. 476 Gill, Robert E. II 494 Gill, Valorie A. 476 Gillispie, Mary E. 257, 259, 336, 463 Gilliland, Steve 245 Hills, Lewis R. 340, 476 Gilmer, Bettie J. 476 Gilmer, Leslie R. 463 Gilmer, Nancy L. 448 Gilmore, Charles B. 358, 476 Ginhaven, Robert A. 354, 494 Gipson, Rex D. 494 Girken, Tammy L. 494 Gish, Glenn 276 Gist, James S. 448 Gladden, Gail A. ‘ 246, 334, 448 Gladney, Fannie V. 494 Glancey, Tim 426 Glantz, Jeffrey C. 448 Glass, Michael L. 308, 344, 476 Glasscue, Jean 418 Glaze, Steve 246 Glenn, Virginia R. 448 Glover, Lonny 494 Glover, Robert 427 Godfrey, Eric R. 463 Godley, Lee 449 Godwin, Elbert E. 449 Godwin, Sherry 403 Goebel, Bryon 424 Goehren, William D. 449 Goff, Matthew 300, 301 Goff, Maurine D. 476 Goff, Phil 195 Goins, Andy W. 263, 494 Gold, Debbie L. 350, 376, 494 Golden, Chalres A. 266, 494 Golden, Pamelo O. 418, 494 Gollon, Jeff L. 494 Golman, Timothy J. 428, 476 Gonzenbach, David 263 Goode, Paul C. 449 Goode, Paula 364, 375 Goode, Stephanie M. 494 Goodfellow, Robert F. 360, 449 Goodman, Carol 316, 449 Goodson, Clint J. 354, 476 Goodson, Jan A. 325, 375, 449 Goodwin, Logan 273 Gordon, David W. 344, 495 Gordon, James 303 Gordon, Richard A. 144, 246, 250, 449 Gore, Kathy J. 246, 254, 262, 281, 316, 369, 499 Gore, Wanda 277 Gormham, David 426 Gorrell, Janet S. 316, 369, 463 Goss, Janet R. 364, 449 Gould, Nancy 245 Grabbe, Laura L. 476 Graduate 132 Graduates 442 Graham, Gay 373 Graham, Gus H. 342, 449 Graham, James E. 463 Graham, Michele 495 Graham, Rob 430 Grahn, Rita L. 495 Gramlich, Denise 403 Grams, Rory L. 318, 476 Granderson, Phillip C. 250, 344, 463 Graper, Judy L. 403, 449 Graue, Luann 350, 473 Graves, Connie S. 89, 403, 495 Graves, Kelly A. 495 Graves, Jennifer M. 418, 476 Graves, Joe B. 463 Graves, Tanya A. 495 Gray, Beverly A. 495 Gray, Bill 342, 495 Gray, Eric B. 352, 495 Gray, Karen D. 449 Gray, Kathy D. 495 Gray, Randy W. 449 Grayson, Karen 259 Greeks 306 Green, Alford W. II 301, 303 Green, Doug 244, 344 Green, Kim J. 495 Green, Lonnie 421, 431 Green, Marla 334 Green, Randy 276, 362 Green, Sherril 417 Green, William R. 476 Greenberg, Dallas W. 449 Greene, David V. 346, 463 Greene, Kenneth L. 449 Greenwalt, Bert 442 Greenway, Mark 429 Greenwood, James J. 360, 495 Greenwood, Vedn 476 Greer, Flora L. 495 Greer, Mark A. 476 Greer, Rita Kim 257 Greeson, Greg R. 346, 463 Greeson, Tammy A. 334, 476 Greg, Louann 433, 463 Gregory, Lisa J. 403, 463 Gretzmier, Dianne M. 495 Griffen, Wendell 442 Griffey, Kenneth L. 495 Griffin, Cammy 399 Griffin, Don G. 330, 495 Griffin, Frank A. 449 Griffin, Julie A. 320, 477 Griffin, Mark S. 463 Griffin, Pamela 350, 477 Griffin, Rebecca 87, 150, 326, 495 Griffin, Renee 326, 463 Griffin, Richard G. 358, 495 Griffith, Bobbie 495 Griffith, Jeannie R. 364, 495 Griffith, June 259, 449 Griffith, Kathy L. 348, 477 Griffiths, Sherri D. 262, 311,316, 449 Grim, Sherri L. 463 Grimes, Jackie L. 495 Grimes, William S. 477 Grimsley, Bryan G. 431, 495 Gen — Han 515 Hankins, Chip Hankins, Tom H. Hanle, Mary Ellen Hanna, Thad B. Hannah, Sharon V. Hannah, Susan L. Hannon, James Haraway, Kim G. 320, Hardaway, Manuel R. Hardegree, Alison S. Hardgrave, Debbie K. Hardin, Emily Hardin, Janis Hardin, Joe D. Hardison, Patricia L. Hardy, Brian L. Hardy, Glenn W. Hardy, Pamela G. Haregree, Alison Hargiss, Debra F. Hargrave, John Hargraves, Mary Ann Haring, Brian Harman, Lori B. Harman, Pamela J. Harmon, Tina Harned, Dan B. Harold, Dionne 155, Harp, Jefferey T. Harper, Albert B. Harper, Barry J. 89, Harper, Craig A. Harper, Mitchell R. 244, Harpool, Terry A. Harrell, Ken Harris, Charles K. Harris, James P. Harris, Joy E. Harris, Julie Harris, Karen M. 89, Harris, Mike Harris, Pat 269 Harris, Patricia G. 477 338, 464 Harris, Ralph 268, 269 364, 449 Harris, Rhett 344, 495 340, 477 Harris, Rodger M. 477 495 Harris, Roger 303 250, 477 Harris, Samuel 236, 477 442 Harrison, Beverly V. 350, 495 399, 495 Harrison, David C. 344, 477 464 Harrison, Frene 301, 302 264, 320, Harrison, Jeff 449 495 Harrison, Jim 301, 302, 303 495 Harrison, Phillip R. 477, 358 403 Harrison, Tom R. 464 259 Harroway, Kim 374 340, 449 Hart, Andrew B. 89, 477 449 Hart, Dennis L. 449 477 Hart, Dianne C. 364, 464 122 Hart, Jennifer J. 320, 464 477 Hartje, Lisa 311 415 Hartje, Michael E. 356, 477 449 Hartley, Bob 298 267 Hartman, Scott 260 350, 464 Hartz, Mark 428 282 Hartzel, Gina 370 316, 464 Hartzell, Larry W. 449 316, 449 Hartzler, Leanne 464 369 Harvey, Carmen 495 449 Harvey, Debbie A. 449 197, 320 Harvey, John A. 477 344 , 495 Harvey, Sheri M. 464 477 Hasbun, Heddy 442 424, 464 Haskin, Dawn 403 449 Hastings, Catherine M. 374, 464 , 344, 464 Hastings, Laura E. 350, 495 449 Hastings, Kathy J. 350, 382, 477 308 Hatasaki, Laura M. 449 495 Hatfield, Robin 254, 449 278, 464 Hathaway, Randall 426, 495 336, 495 Haugh, Katy 244, 464 400 Haun, Jeff 342, 495 151, 418, Haunert, Timothy M. 495 495 Haverkamp, Lisa 298 429 Hawes, Diana 145, 254, 403 346 Hawkins, David 362, 442 Hawkins, David J. 495 Hawkins, John E. 362, 449 Hawkins, Mike 246, 250, 434 Hawkins, Tim B. 495 Hawkins, Vicki L. 477 Hawkins, Wildon D. 464 Hawley, Sydney A. 328, 449 Hayden, Gregory D. 464 Hayer, Jeff 495 Hayes, Ann 334, 469 Hayes, Michael L. 477 Hayes, Robin 336, 478 Hayley, Amanda 403 Haynes, Sherry D. 316, 477 Haynie, Pamela J. 364, 399, 495 Hays, Ann E. 244, 257, 464 Hays, Barbara J. 449 Hays, Greg 244 Hays, Joey T. 358, 478 Hays, Sherri 273 Haythorn, Bobby 496 Haythorn, Barbara 418 Hazelwood, Rebecca 496 Head, Dale 420, 429, 496 Healey, Franklin L. 449 Hearne, Gary 245 Heath, Janet L. 449 Heathcott 428, 496 Hedden, Terry E. 464 Hedges, Walter 423 Hegeman, Angie 316, 496 Heil, Gregory 330, 496 Heiman, Michael 431, 464 Heinrich, Geary 236 Heinrich, Jane 418 Heiple, Loren R. 128 Heitzenriter, Bob 260 Heldt, Sharon D. 271, 450 Heller, Kemble W. 328, 478 Heller, Thomas C. 354, 450 Helton, David 496 Hembree, Hugh L. 354, 478 Henderson, Denise 268, 273, 316, 450 Henderson, Jim H. 200, 450 Henderson, Jimm Jimmie Yen 478 Henderson, Pamela A. 328, 450 Henderson, Roy Hendricks, Andrea S. Hendricks, Andy Hendricks, Bruce Hendricks, Curtis Hendricks, Dan B. Hennings, Dorothy Henry, Beth Henry, Calvin A. Henry, Clifford J. Henry, Donald Henry, Holly J. Henry, Jenny Henry, Jennie D. Henry, Nancy L. Henry, Pam Henry, Paul Henry, Sandra Henry, William B. Hensley, Charles Hensley, Phillip B. Hensley, Scott J. Hensman, Brad Henson, Anne Henson, Brenda K. Henson, Mel 289, 311, 358, 450 496 328, 478 338, 496 420, 426 245, 247 478 403, 496 316, 478 478 478 432, 442 336, 377, 464 496 328, 478 350, 373, 450 373 374 403 450 496 450 464 427 350, 373, 496 450 Henson, Shelly 415, 496 Hepler, Alan 268 Herbert, Harry F. 431, 464 Herd, Judith A. 364, 478 Herman, Chuck 183 Hernandez, Oscar J. 330, 478 Herren, Rick 264 Herriman, Pam 450 Herrin, Judi E. 301, 364, 464 Herron, Suzzanne 496 Herring, Susan C. 478 Hess, Billie S. 145, 254, 259, 311. 320, 450 Hess, Gary 496 Hess, Terry W. 464 516 Han — Hes Hesterly, Leigh Ann 246, 254, 311 Hesterly, Mary Kay 272 Heur, Sam 263 Hewitt, Merry Lee 197, 278, 326, 478 Hiatt, James J. 267, 450 Hiatt, Marilyn 348, 401, 496 Hibbard, Keri A. 364, 478 Hickman, Guy 256, 358, 478 Hickman, Patrick 354, 496 Hicks, Darrell 245 Hicks, Mitchell 322, 464 Hider, Amin 423 Higdon, Nancy A. 246, 434, 464 Higgins, Crystal 328, 450 Higgins, John Paul 362, 450 Higgins, Kathy 1. 87, 478 Higgs, Mary 320, 496 Higgs, William T. 450 Hight, Shana L. 450 Hilburn, Leslie L. 350, 450 Hilburn, Tom 356, 496 Hildebrand, Sandi 89, 154, 350, 399, 496 Hildreth, Greg 89 Hill, Christy 418 Hill, Jacque K. 350, 478 Hill, Janie L. 316, 369, 478 Hill, Joe 261, 430 Hill, Lisa 496 Hill, Natilie 261 Hill, Shawn 496 Hilland, Phillip A. 450 Hillman, Thomas H 265, 268, 356, 478 Hilton, Karen 403 Hilton, Keith 496 Hiltz, Lynda 403 Himstedt, Henry 496 Hindman, Philip A. 478 Hinds, Nanci 154, 246, 434 Hines, Gulmer 496 Hines, Paul 267, 422 Hines, Stephanie 89, 276 Hines, Susan 417 Hines, Trey 338 Hinrichs, Gerald 496 Hinspeter, Lisa M. 328, 374, 464 Hinze, Clif 362, 478 Hirsch, Gregory R. 362, 464 Hirsch, Marilyn S. 320, 478 Hirschel, Janet M. 478 Hirshey, Kenneth L. 352, 478 Ho, Daniel 269 Hoag, Denny 375 Hoax, Lou D. 478 Hobbs, Mark 496 Hobson, Michael B. 432, 464 Hodges, Connie S. 450 Hodges, Joseen 496 Hoelscher, Edward 496 Hoelscher, James 442 Hoelscher, Sheila M. 450 Hoepfner, Pamela 496 Hoffman, Ruby 383 Hogan, John F. 464 Hoge, Mary 350, 496 Hogg, Maryann 350, 478 Hoggatt, Stacie 416, 496 Hogue, John 496 Hogue, Richard 423 Hogue, Timothy 89, 496 Hoisington, Nancy E. 450 Holaway, George F. 298, 450 Holcomb, George 255 Holden, Eric 261 Holland, Julie E. 450 Holland, Ken 298 Holland, Marcia K. 450 Holland, Jay 357 Holland, Larry 265 Holland, Melissa L. 416, 464 Holland, Russ B. 330, 478 Holley, Easter 265 Hollingsworth, Jak J. 354, 478 Hollis, Allen W. 424, 478 Holloway, Dwight S. 267, 450 Holloway, Lisa M. 197, 265, 478 Hollowell, G.S. 426, 496 Hollowell, Jay V. 356, 464 Hollowell, Mary 375 Holly, Audrey 496 Holly, Barbara L. 415, 478 Holman, Janet E. 170, 336, 450 Holmes, Ann 320, 450 Holmes, Christopher J. 450 Holmes, Lee D. 342, 478 Holmes, Richard 358, 496 Holmes, Tracy 308, 450 Holt, Billy S. 405, 478 Holt, David 496 Holt, Todd 195, 246, 247, 281 Homecoming Royalty 168 Honea, James W. 478 Honea, Jeff 478 Honeycutt, Amanda 450 Honeysuckle, Carl 426, 496 Hong Kong Student Union 269 Honors 140 Hood, Susan D. 326, 376, 478 Hoofman, Ruby 496 Hooker, David S. 352, 478 Hooks, Janet, C. 416, 478 Hooper, Regina D. 478 Hoover, Michelle 496 Hope, Melissa 403, 496 Hopkins, Gloria D. 276, 478 Hopkins, Johnny 427 Hopper, Regina 87, 246, 364 Hopson, Gay 350, 496 Horn, Roger S. 277, 450 Horne, Tracey 344, 496 Horner, Jane E. 350, 450 Horeshea, Charles D. 450 Horticulture Food Science Club 277 Horton, Stephen C. 478 Hosey, Cindy L. 320, 450 Hoskins, Ty 344, 496 Hosseini, Mehdi 450 Hotz, Stephen 442 Hougue, Curtis 263 House Bill 82 House, Pamela A. 153, 254, 262, 281, 311, 324, 373, 450 House, Theresa 403 Houston 186 Houston, Debra L. 478 Houston, Gina D. 326, 369, 464 Houston, Marisa J. 478, 155 Houston, Richard S. 338, 450 Houston, Toni 399 Hout, Gay 350, 375, 464 How the Other Half Loves 101 Howard, Deborah L. 464 Howard, Durell 264, 496 Howard, Ginger L. 450 Howard, Johnathan L. 340, 428, 478 Howard, Karen 316 Howard, Kim 268 Howard, Peggy 264, 496 Howard, Sandra 496 Howard, Terry 264 Howard, Theresa 403 Howe, John 303 Howe, Theresa A. 478 Howell, Cynthia M. 403, 464 Howell, Dana 350, 496 Howell, John C. 478 Howell, James 496 Howell, Judy 246, 417 Howell, Pam 397 Howerton, David 496, 426 Howlett, Linda 320, 496 Howell, Lisa G. 320, 478 Hoyle, Phyllis 264, 328, 496 Hoyt, James L. 342, 478 Hozhabri, Ali 464 Hsun, Cau-Fong 496 Hubbard, Carol G. 301,316, 478 Hubbell, Don 255, 423 Hubble, Donny 263 Huck, Alvin 423 Hucke, Brian 245, 247 Huckleberry, Susan 245 Hudgens, Dalana 278, 464 Hudgens, Robert F. 464 Hudgens, Ron 89 Hudgens, Stephen A. 360, 478 Hudson, Danny R. 273, 450 Hudson, Gary 263 Hudson, James J. 132 Huenefeld, Sandra L. 272, 450 Huey, Francis L. 326, 373, 478 Huey, Martha 259 Huey, Tommy C. 342, 450 Huff, Debra S. 450 Huff, Rick D. 478 Huffman, Drandon L. 352, 450 Hugen, Randy 282 Huggler, Michael 442 Hugles, Brenette 261 Hughes, Cecilia A. 450 Hughes, Dave W. 360, 478 Hughes, Gerald L. 478 Hughes, Mark 496 Hughes, Michael E. 426, 478 Hughes, Raymond 89, 431, 496 Hughes, Toni 268, 273 Hughes, William 116,283 Hula, Randall 340, 496 Hulet, Debra 496 Human, Lisa G. 328, 399, 464 Humpherey, Robert 422 Humphrey, Pam L. 478 Humphreys Hall House Council 414 Humphreys Hall Staff 414 Humphreys Eighth 418 Humphreys Fifth 416 Humphreys Fourth 416 Humphreys Ninth 418 Humphreys Second 415 Humphreys Sixth 417 Humphreys Seventh 417 Humphreys Third 415 Humphreys, Deborah L. 277, 450 Humphreys, Ruth E. 277, 478 Hunt, Diana 328, 403, 496 Hunt, Douglas E. 247, 464 Hunt, Lanette 496 Hunt, Patricia 496 Hunter, Brenda 403 Hunter, Daniel P. 464 Hunter, Gail A. 350, 464 Hunter, Jerry W. 464 Hunter, Michael G. 308, 360, 464 Hunter, Shonah A. 450 Hupaylo, Deva A. 257, 464 Hurban, Randall 338, 496 Hurler, Shelley 497 Hurley, Annette 320, 478 Hurley, Carol A. 350, 375, 450 Hurst, Howard 271 Hurst, Joseph B. 271, 443 Hussey, Jonna 245 Hutchens, Lisa 403 Hutcheson, Cathryn 418 Hutchins, Richard W. 267, 451 Hutchinson, Gary W. 421, 429, 451 478 464 374 358, 497 Hutchison, James M. Hutchson, Jo Claire Hyatt, Marilyn Hyde, Kirtos I liter, Kirk 303 llseman, Michael J. 354, 464 Imme, Terry 431 Index 508 Ingenthron, Bill 278 Ingram, Joseph D. 424, 478 Ingram, Kay X. 316, 479 Inoue, Mariko 464 Interfraternity Council 308 Intramurals 237 Inuwa, Dan 236, 424 Irby, John 260, 451 Irby, Wade Wallace 427 Irizarry, Kenny 266 Irvin, Barry C. 431, 479 Irvin, Charles P. 479 Irwin, Scott 308, 358 Irwin, William R. 497 Isgrig, Dana L. 350, 451 Itz, Joseph L. 340, 451 Ivester, Jack 344, 497 Hes — Ive 517 Ivey, Adelia L. Ivey, Don C. Ivy, Ted S. 301, 320, 479 354, 465 451 Jaber, Sarah L. 451 Jackman, Jera L. 350, 479 Jacks, Hugh 269 Jackson, Chris 497 Jackson, David G. 479 Jackson, Doug 426 Jackson, Fioria 497 Jackson, Garland T. 465 Jackson, James E. 330, 451 Jackson, Janan L. 259, 336, 479 Jackson, Janet L. 415, 479 Jackson, Jerry 421, 465 Jackson, Jerry J. 465 Jackson, Joe 245 Jackson, Patty 383, 397 Jackson, Phyllis 497 Jackson, Stephen D. 451 Jackson, Susan J. 256, 336, 479 Jackson, Todd 352 Jackson, Tom 246, 434 Jacobs, Clifford B. 330, 465 Jaggerson, Jean 260 Jagoditsh, Fran 497 Jaicks, Betsy L. 334, 369, 465 James, Jana 497 James, John M. 342, 497 James, Judy 399 James, Marray 89 James, Paul J. 145, 281, 308, 342, 451 Jannati, Mansour 431, 465 Jannati, Massoud 431, 465 Janzen, Eldon 276 Janzen, Jana 89, 276 Jarrett, Calvin B. 497 Jarrett, Melisa G. 479 Jarvis, Cindy A. 316, 416, 479 Jarvis, Karen L. 277, 382, 403, 465 Jasemian, Ali 267 Jasiulevicius, Karen D. 324, 375, 417, 497 Jasper, Chris A. 451 Jasper, Mark 430 Jave-Urban, Maria Olga 451 J-Board 281 Jeanette, Joni 89 Jeffcoat, Mark 431, 497 Jefferies, Brian 246 Jeffers, Roger C. 465 Jefferson, Dan 479 Jeffords, Janet Y. 479 Jeffrey, Bryan 244, 247 Jehlen, John E. 362, 479 Jenkens, Charles W. 497 Jenkins, Cynthia J. 443 Jenkins, Frank M. 497 Jenkins, Keith B. 342, 497 Jenkins, Randy W. 497 Jenkins, Stephen. 497 Jenkins, Tammie J. 403, 479 Jennette, Joni 415, 425 Jennings, Bobbi F. 497 Jennings, Janna F. 336, 497 Jennings, Kelly 263 Jennings, Ronnie 382, 383 Jernigan, Ellen 497 Jeske, Dorothea 277 Jesson, Bradley 111 Jesson, Cindy 244 Jesson, Jenifer 336, 497 Jessup, Jerry 259 Jewell, Barry 426 Jewell, Joseph W. 451 Jilg, Paul H. 465 Johns, Tommy L. 465 Jockhart, John G. 497 Johns, Michael 244 Johnson, Brad 497 518 Ive — Joh Johnson, Brenda 89 Kobe, George M. 479 Lacey, Nannette D. 433, 498 Johnson, Buddy 283, 288, 290 |C Koch, Tim R. 498 Lachowsky, Brian 382, 383 Johnson, Carl L. 245, 256, 479 iV Keonig, Kelly K. 364, 465 Ladd, Clifton J. 344, 479 Johnson, Cheryl 89 Koester, Judy 398 Ladika, Steven C. 452 Johnson, Chip 356 Koesy, Paul 427 Lagrone, Dean 423 Johnson, Debbie 298 Keogh, Pat 259 Koffler, Claire 415 Laha, Bruce 246 Johnson, Dianne 336, 373, 451 Keraus, John W. 443 Kohles, Kerri L. 328, 451 Laha, Jacqueline A. 334, 434, Johnson, Hannibal 245, 246 Kerlee, Brenda 403 Kohles, Kristine A. 328, 479 452 Johnson, Helen M. 259, 268, 273, Kerr, Paula L. 479 Koone, Richard 300, 303 Laird, Lisa 263 277, 451 Kersey, Lisa A. 498 Koontz, Kathy K. 326, 397, 498 Laird, Robert D. 468 Johnson, Jay C. 303, 497 Kersh, Leisa R. 498 Kordis, Lance 89 Lamb, Christine L. 466 Johnson, Julian 465 Kessler, Dan R. 479 Kornegay, Johnna R. 89, 498 Lamb, Randall S. 443 Johnson, Julie D. 497 Kew, Ronald 246 Kosnitis, Kimon 330, 451 Lamb, Regina A. 498 Johnson, Kathie R. 348, 479 Khales, Daver 236 Kotke, Leo 94 Lambda Chi Alpha 340 Johnson, Kris 376 Kiazolu, James 426 Kotler, Steve 479 AXA Crescent Girls 374 Johnson, Lary Joe 356, 497 Kiene, Michael J. 479 Kraim, Amer M. 443 Lambert, Lisa 316, 466 Johnson, Linda M. 465 Kiene, Thomas J. 261, 451 Kramer, Kenneth P. 273, 344, 451 Lambert, Robert J. 466 Johnson, Marsha 403 Kierman, Thomas 427 Krebs, Leslie L. 416, 498 Lamberth, Dana Lou 336, 452 Johnson, Ralph 87, 89 Kildow, Cecil R. 273, 451 Kreps, Lewis 258,259,420,421, Lamford, Greg 308 Johnson, Rex 246 Kiley, Mindy L. 328, 498 424 Lancaster, Rebecca A. 383, 498 Johnson, Richard A. 322, 465 Kilgore, Sharon E. 403, 443 Kreskin, George 97 Lancaster, Steve 354, 466 Johnson, Rick D. 497 Kilker, Kevin L. 352, 479 Kresse, Lisa M. 416, 479 Lancaster, Tami L. 348, 498 Johnson, Rochell 403 Killebrew, James H. 358, 498 Kruse, Diane 417 Landolt, Rudi 426 Johnson, Sharron D. 256, 403, Killian, Simone 245 Kreth, Richard J. 498 Lane, Avis 265, 403 479 Killingsworth, Steve 259 Krim, Merri 316, 374, 465 Laney, Teresa 320 Johnson, Stephen A. 358, 451 Kimbriel, William L. 360, 451 Krohn, John L. 479 Lanford, Gregory B. 354, 480 Johnson, Steve 428 Kincannon, Jay M. 342, 479 Kropp, Phillip L. 465 Langle, Debbie L. 498 Johnson, Tami 398 Kinder, Glenn 298 Kruel, Robert P. 465 Langly, Mary J. 480 Johnson, Teal 264 King, Carol A. 326, 451 KUAF 291 Langston, Eddie 429, 480 Johnson, Walter R. 338, 479 King, Carol E. 498 Kuroda, Kurumi O. 443 Langston, Laurie 498 Johnson, Warren D. 479 King, Cindy L. 316, 451 Kutait, Najla 397 Langston, Terri L. 498 Johnston, Anne 376 King, Clifton C. 354, 498 Kuykendall, Davis N. 432, 443 Largent, Lacey 89, 416, 498 Johnston, Joan M. 334, 465 King, Fran 451 Kvaternik, Kenny D. 352, 451 Larrison, Charles A. 354, 452 Johnston, Mike C. 497 King, Katherine S. 320, 479 Kyzer, Vicki L. 466 Larson, Janet 397 Johnston, Tonv V. 298, 465 King, Kevin N. 443 Kadettes 301 Larue, William W. 360, 498 Joiner, Steve 246. 250, 257, 281, King, Lesa B. 272, 465 Kading, Donna M. 416, 479 Lasater, Brenda J. 466 358, 465 King, Mark A. 265, 318, 479 Kaffenberger, Jyne E. 328, 451 Lashley, Jolene 277 Joiner, Teri L. 479 King, Nancy B. 498 Kahanamoku, David P. 360, 451 Lashley, Lisa L. 336, 466 Jolly, Chip 429, 479 King, Randy 427 Kahende, Wanjiku J. 465 Laskaris, Thomas 423 Jones, Barry D. 89, 426, 497 King, Suzie 498 Kankey, Brenda 403, 498 Lasley, Jolene A. 268, 452 Jones, Bobby D. 497 King, Tracy 89 Kandey, Glenda D. 498 Lassetter, Janet E. 326, 480 Jones, Celest A. 89, 336, 497 King, Warren 116 Kappa Alpha Theta 334 Laster, Charles L. 480 Jones, Darrell K. 497 Kingrey, Kathryn J. 262, 311, 326, Kappa Delta Pi 255 Laster, Russell A. 338, 480 Jones, Becky 416 375, 451 Kappa Kappa Gamma 336 Latimer, Janelle 433 Jones, David F. 479 Kinion, Mark A. 146, 250, 254, Kappa Kappa Psi 276 Latimer, Laura J. 452 Jones, David R. 479 277, 451 Kappa Sigma 338 Lau, John 269 Jones, Donald R. 89, 479 Kinnaird, Calvin 303 KE Stardusters 371 Lavy, Tammy 263 Jones, Gretchen M. 497 Kinney, Cheryl L. 465 Karnes, Kim M. 336, 370, 498 Law 134 Jones, Howard 427 Kinslow, Andrew A. 451 Karuppan, Muthruramas 431 Law, Miguel 428, 480 Jones, James M. 89, 451 Kiper, Keith E. 356, 479 Kauble, Terri L. 417, 498 Lawrence, Bruce 346, 466 Jones, Jana L. 326,403,416,498 Kirby, Jeff D. 255, 268, 342, 498 Kaufman, Gretchen L. 336, 479 Lawrence, Joseph A. 340, 498 Jones, Jay F. 344, 451 Kirby, Jeffrie L. 498 Kay, James S. 360, 451 Laws, Kathie 281 Jones, Jerry L. 451 Kirby, Kathy 400 Kaye, Scott H. 498 Lawson, Bobby J. 342, 452 Jones, Joe Ray 430 Kirby, Kimalisa R. 479 Keadle, Gary W. 465 Lawson, George 89, 422 Jones, Joey D. 89, 479 Kirby, Kimberly 336, 417, 498 Keaney, Kathy 89, 276 Lawson, Lynn S. 466 Jones, Joseph W. 451 Kirby, Lee A. 254, 336, 451 Kearney, Kay 398 Lawson, Susan 403 Jones, Keith 346 Kirk, Kris D. 451 Keasler, David C. 465 Lawson, Thomas 431 Jones, Keith 358 Kirk, Phillip 89 Keasler, Gina S. 451 Lax, Michael F. 257, 358, 466 Jones, Kenneth W. 495 Kirk, Susan J. 265, 479 Keck, Jack 358 Lax, Mike 257 Jones, Laura L. 479 Kirkendall, Carrie 479 Kee, Debbie S. 479 Laxson, Sheryl 89 Jones, Liz 277 Kirkendall, Carrie 479 Keegan, Susan 399 Lazear, Catherine A. 415, 452 Jones, Mark A. 498 Kirkham, Jessie L. 498 Keeling, Lenore A. 403, 498 Leath, Russell W. 261, 452 Jones, Margaret A. 479 Kirkpatrick, Debbie J. 324, 376, Keenan, Greg 89 Ledbetter, Betty 255 Jones, Mary E. 498 479 Keene, Phyliss L. 498 Ledbetter, Karen J. 264, 446 Jones, Mary E. 479 Kirkpatrick, Donna G. 324, 451 Kegly, Lorrie A. 364, 498 Ledbetter, Richard B. 480 Jones, Matthew P. 352, 498 Kirksey, Marcia A. 364, 498 Keisner, Kelley 273, 290, 336, Ledbetter, Steven F. 322, 498 Jones, Mike 263 Kirksey, Robert F. 479 465 Ledger, Jean 424 Jones, Rebecca G. 479 Kirshberger, William M. 89, 330, Kenler, Bob 431 Leding, Patrick C. 452 Jones, Ronny D. 428, 479 479 Kell, Bert 356, 498 Lee, Donna 87 Jones, Steve 426, 498 Kitchens, Paula 375 Kell, Steven A. 423, 498 Lee, Lynda A. 326, 397, 498 Jones, Stephen P. 451 Kitchens, William R. 354, 465 Kellan, Angela D. 415, 479 Lee, Mari J. 328, 452 Jones, Susan L. 326, 377, 498 Kitchens, Paula F. 498 Keller, Hugh R. 498 Lee, Regina C. 320, 498 Jones, Terri 350, 373, 479 Kittler, Fred 89 Keller, James R. 344, 479 Leech, Shari L. 466 Jones, Thomas K. 498 Kitterman, Toni 197 Kelley, Branda A. 336, 465 Leeman, Elizabeth 415 Jones, Trudell 498 Kittrel, Martha L. 415, 498 Kelly, Dean S. 338, 479 Leeton, Barbara J. 480 Jones, Valeri 89 Kittrell, Anne 247 Kelly, Stan Y. 352, 465 Leeton, Susan C. 273, 452 Jones, Vol 89 Kittrell, Adele 281 Kemp, Chalres 111 Lefevre, Tom A. 480 Joplin, Chris 416 Kizer, Maxie G. 451 Kemp, Julia 465 Lefevre, Walter E. 257 Jordan, Michael A. 498 Klazer, Rebecca A. 401, 498 Kemp, Kristin B. 350, 375, 479 Lefler, Tom 300, 301 Jordin, John 360 Klimkowski, Valentine J. 443 Kempa, Kina R. 479 Leger, Jean L. 480 Joslin, Walden 428 Klinghammer, Mark 424 Kenefick, Lisa 498 Leger, Sondra J. 415, 466 Jostad, Mark R. 479 Klopfenstein, Mark A. 338, 498 Kennedy, Kari 370 Legette, Curlie 403 Jowers, Robin E. 364, 451 Klugh, Edwin G. 354, 451 Kennedy, Steve E. 421, 422, 451 Lehman, Laura A. 452 Joyce, Brenda 245 Knauts, Kevin E. 356, 498 Kennmgton, Richard W. 465 Lierley, Dayton 273 Joyce, Linda B. 316, 465 Knight, Arthur 92 Leis, Daniel A. 452 Ju, Kirn-Ant 479 Knight, Kim 278 Leis, Theresa L. 466 Judy, Kent 303 Knight, Missy 399 ■ Leisman, Martha 377 Jumper, Mike J. 352, 451 Knight, Terri, L. 403, 498 1 Leisner, Kelly 374 Jung, Pilkyun 443 Knighten, Karen K. 417, 465 Lemons, Sharon L. 452 Juniors 460 Knighten, Kim 414 Lennihan, Kim 268, 273, 277, 369 Jursich, John M. 498 Knoll, Susan 316, 498 Leone, Charles A. 114 Jurcik, Raymond A. 258,362,451 Knowles, Charla A. 278, 283, 479 Leopard, Guy L. 278, 429, 480 Justus, Lyle G. 273, 451 Knowlton, Robert E. 138 Lacefield, Janet F. 415, 498 Lester, Liz 89 Joh — Les 519 Leung, Mi llie Leung, Raymond Level, Allison V. Lewing, Sarah Lewisk, Antony Lewis, Cheri Lewis, Clark Lewis, Christian Lewis, Curtis M. Lewis, David Lewis, Elizabeth D. Lewis, Pat Lewis, Ronnie J. Lewis, Suzzane Lewis, Tony Lichti, Joyce D. Liedtke, Balke T. Lieb, Jon K. Lienhart, Vickie Lierley, Jennifer A. Light, Linn Light, Louis Ligon, John Lilly, Ken D. II Lim, Nancy Lincoln, Steve Lindquist, John Lindsay, Marilyn E. 269 269 244, 246, 250, 256, 403, 480 348, 499 261, 421, 426 403 432 452 261, 452 429 452 245, 250 466 403 399 466 452 480 416, 499 348, 373, 480 423 278, 288, 290 499 256, 358, 480 244 354, 499 499 452 Lindsey, Carolyn 336, 377, 499 Lindsey, William C. Ling, Mark Linfield Social Club Linn, Stephen Litchi, Joyce Little, Denise Little, Frank Little, John T. Little, Lisa Little Sigmas Littlejohn, Charles Littlepledge, Alan Liveley, Deborah Lively, Dorvin D. Living Groups Livingston, Don Livingston, Layne Livingston, Richard E. Lloyd, Becky Lloyd, Randall M. Lochhead, Katherine 452 383 271 499 415 350, 480 430 336, Lochhead, Susan A. Locke, Theresa Lock, Sarah L. Lockhead, Kathy Loftis, Pamela F. Logan, Amy Logan, Vicki Logue, Tony Lohmann, John Lohr, Joanne L. Lollis, Wade Long, George A. Long, Mark Long, Mark E. Longee, Barryl C. Longley, Gary R. Longing, Deborah Longmate, Robert W. Lonon, Bill 246, Loo, Chong P. Looney, Kevin D. Lorenzo, Louis 466 417 372 431 89 245 466 380 264 376 480 375 452 415, 499 336, 376, 466 403 480 246 452 257, 260 399 89, 276 298 348, 480 431, 499 466 330, 385, 499 499 452 466 499 466 250, 434 480 452 422 Lorenzo, Stephen C. 246, 261, 383, 422, 466 Loudermilk, Michelle A. 277, 403, 466 Loudermilk, Teresa 277, 403, 499 Lovaland, Sharon D. Lovis, Leslie C. Love, David Lovelace, Matt Lovell, David W. Lovett, Lisa Lovette, Boyce Low, Larry D. Lowe, Della Lowery, Mark Lowry, Edward W. Lowry, Mark 301, 316, 480 466 281 244, 261 466 403 89 322, 480 499 281, 452 452 340, 499 Lowry, Ned 338 Martin, Kirk G. 452 Loyd, Nancy 320, 499 Martin, Lady Jo 499 Lucas, Andrew J. 360, 480 Martin, Mary 480 Luecke, Jill 398, 499 Martin, Teague 350 Luers, These 382, 499 Martin, Van 273 Lum, David M. 429, 466 Mashburn, Christie 499 Lum, Timothy D. 430, 480 Mashburn, Scott 360, 480 Luplow, Rolland E. 354, 466 Mason, Brenda G. 403, 480 Lyles, Benita 499 Mason, Don 255 Lynch, Anne 258, 267, 282 Mason, Donald 299 Lynch, Jeane K. 320, 480 Mason, Lisa 416, 478 Lynn, Patricia J. 350, 452 Mason, Kim 369 Lyon, Gayle R. 348, 403, 480 Mason, Mark 499 Lyon, Robin 257, 316, 369, 466 Massey, Becky 328, 480 Lyons, Glenda 348, 480 Massey, Donna D. 336, 452 Lyons, Mitchell S. M 358, 480 Mathis, Kathleen 278, Mathisen, Michael A. Matlock, Melissa Matranga, Dennis Matthews, Dawn Matthews, Dan Matthews, Janet Matthews, Larry 399, 499 354, 466 87 338, 499 499 246 403 119 Matthews, Norman D. Matthews, Randy Matthews, Robert Matthis, Beverly 246, 257, 267, 282, 403, Mattox, James A. Maulden, Michael L. Maxine Maxwell, Alice M. 363, Maxwell, Jeffery L. 256, 358, May, Dana May, Denise 246, 250, 254, May, James A. May, Patricia A. Mayer, Charles A. Mayes, Billie Mayes, Kerrieann Mayo, David G. Mayo, Kathy Mayo, Teresa J. Mays, Larvinia Mays, Stephen Mazzanti, Lisa 336, 376, 271, 322, 273, 480 429 466 258, 499 452 466 424 466 480 265 434 443 466 466 499 499 480 499 443 265 499 403 336, Maas, Cindy S. 364, 452 Mabry, Donald 89 Mabrey, William T. 354, 452 MacDonald, Sharon M. 316,480 Mace, Melinda A. 480 Mackey, Melinda L. 399, 480 Mackey, Pat 247 The Mad Woman of Chaillot 103 Madueke, Christopher 236, 499 Magar, Dewey E. Magruder, Holly Mahan, Donald Mahon, Lori R. Mahoney, Paul L. Mahony, Sandra Maiden, Dean Jailes, Jeanne S. Majorettes Mak, Dennis Mak, Philip Makowski, Cecily Makris, Andrea M. Makris, George Mallon, Kathryn J. Mallon, Lee Malone, Kim Malone, Lisa E. Malone, Stephen Maltee, Joe B. 298, 452 375, 499 499 326, 480 432, 452 399 430 452 89 269 269 273 320, 375, 466 271 326, 480 418, 499 336, 399, 499 480 429, 499 360, 480 247 316, 374, 480 428 Mandrell, Kathy Mann, Beth P. Mann, Dale Mann, Mary 87 Manning, Ann 89 Manning, Bob 261 Manning, Elizabeth 499 Manning, Mike 452 Manoochiheri, Hossein 426 Manuel, Cynthia L. 403, 466 Manuel, Marc E. 428, 452 March, Debra J. 255, 466 Marchelites, Joseph A. 452 Marconi, John E. 360, 452 Marconi, Timothy 360, 499 Margrave, Bill 429, 499 Margrave, Jody 369 Margret, Mary 414 Marketing Club 272 Marks, Mark A. 342, 466 Marks, Michelle 452 Marlow, Michael J. 362, 480 Marrs, Vivian E. 480 Marsh, Harry 283 Marsh, Holly E. 334, 480 Marshall, Gina 499 Marshall, Linda 328, 499 Marshall, Terri A. 195, 259, 376, 452 Marshall Tucker Band 95 Marshall, Wilks 466 Martin, Cassandra S. 320, 452 Martin, Dan Martin, David Martin, Dayna L. Martin, James Martin, Jerry Martin, Kathy Y. 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Robber Bridgegroom Robbins, John L. 483 Robbins, Joseph R. 281, 468 Rogers, Lawrence D. 503 Rush, Cari 399 502 Robbins, Mark B. 356, 502 Rogers, Linda L. 400, 503 Rush, Michael B. 456 373 Roberson, Carol 268 Rogers, Marilyn L. 334, 468 Rushing, Cindy C. 316, 503 277 Roberson, Dale E. 318, 483 Rogers, Martha K. 484 Russell, Ann B. 469 403 Roberson, Laura 263, 334, 502 Rogers, Mathew C. 503 Russell, David A. 443 369 Robert, Debbie W. 455 Rogers, Mike 298 Russell, Fenner W. 443 502 Roberts, Annette 397 Rogers, Orville 503 Russell, Kim 87 268 Robe-ts, Bruce H. 338, 502 Rogers, Robert W. 484 Russell, Leon 98 244 Roberts, Charles E. 455 Rogers, Robyn R. 245,271,455 Rutledge, Cassie A. 469 483 Roberts, Debbie 273 Rogers, Steve W. 468 Rutledge, Jennifer J. 334, 503 ,483 Roberts, Emily E. 147, 254, 262, Rogers, Tim W. 468 Rutledge, John E. 503 455 455 Rogers, Tony 427 Rutledge, Karen 272 290 Roberts, Gilbert J. 344, 468 Rogers, William D. 427, 455 Rutledge, Melinda S. 350, 418, 502 Roberts, Greggory D. 443 Roles, Marcia 250, 301 484 263 Roberts, Kelly 433 Rom, Curt 245 Ryan, Pat 424, 469 502 Roberts, Larry 427 Romain, Dave 424 Ryburn, Deborah A. 484 299 Roberts, Paula D. 415, 455 Roman, David 484 Ryburn, Mike 263 303 Roberts, Roberta E. 403, 503 Romantio, Debbie 262 290 Roberts, Robert E. 503 Romontio, Roxanne 484 424 Roberts, William M. 342, 503 Ronan, Kathy 154 468 Robertson, Gregory D. 483 Rooney, Cynthia Pat 259, 260 263 Robertson, Harrisha A. 403, 468 Root, John T. 420, 422, 484 w 455 Robertson, Ronald 503 Roper, Charla K. 468 403 Robinette, Ruthanne 414, 416 Roper, Cindy L. 350, 503 483 Robinson, Carla S. 483 Rorex, Rick 267 502 Robinson, Carol A. 265, 277, 468 Rose, Jim 357 265 Robinson, David K. 330, 484 Rose, Karen 259 Sadler, Greg 266 328 Sadler, Henry D. 456 433 Safcsak, Gary 265, 268 502 Sager, Laura 276 360, 483 455 382 260 267 502 468 483 421, 443 421 443 187 502 360, 483 255 316, 483 370, 399 276 455 426, 502 483 336, 468 420, 426 431, 468 334, 399, 502 403 400 336, 468 431, 468 430 482 502 418 409 468 354, 455 301 , 303, 455 334, 455 87, 468 428 403, 483 369, 483 260, 455 328, 483 428, 468 502 118 431 443 356, 502 502 354, 468 502 502 455 403 364, 455 502 100 342, 502 Robinson, Dennis F. Robinson, Francis Robinson, Karen Robinson, Kathryn J. Robinson, Otis Robinson, Vicki Robinson, Ricahrd R. Robinson, Russ Roblee, Richard D. 2, 455 403 503 403, 455 276, 424 272, 417 484 276 257, 281, 358, 468 Robson, Joe G. 443 Robson, Sharon K. 328, 484 Rockenhaus, Adele E. 503 Rockenhouse, Margaret M. 268, 484 Rockenhouse, Virginia M. 484 Roddy, Carol 263 Rodgers, Terrell 431 Rodriguez, Monica A. 503 Roe, Joe E. 503 Roeder, Julie T. 89, 326, 503 Roeder, Ramona R. 484 Roeder, Richard 423 Roelfs, Dean Robert 255 Reolfs, Francis 255 Rogers, Cathy L. 348, 370, 484 Rogers, Charles C. 281,308,311, Rogers, Charles L. Rogers, Janet L. Rogers, Judith L. Rogers, Kathy Rogers, Laura M. 330, 455 330, 484 272, 416, 455 324, 364, 468 416 350, 468 Rose, Terri 418 Roske, Gayle M. 503 Ross, Carol A. 414, 418, 484 Ross, Kristine A. 455 Ross, Leeann 503 Ross, Rel 420, 421, 422 Ross, Sally R. 326, 484 Ross, Suzanne 455 Rosso, John 246 Rosso, Karen K. 455 Roth, David M. 342, 469 Rothrock, Kathleen 326, 503 Rouse, Bradley C. 352, 484 Roussel, Jeff A. 346, 503 Routon, Steve 263 Row, Benson B. 360, 455 Rowe, John 430 Rowland, Karen S. 455 Rowland, Kathy L. 455 Rowland, Scott 423 Rowlett, Bill R. 469 Rowlett, Lisa 403 Rowley, Brent 273 Rownd, Judy G. 324, 375, 469 Rowton, Luanne 469 Rozell, Daryl F. 456 Ruble, Richard C. 456 Ruggles, Donna J. 364, 370, 484 Ruiz, Raymond M. 503 The Runner Stumbles 102 Rupert, Mark W. 484 Ruple, Robert M. 330, 503 Rush, Carolyn J. 484 Sallee, Amy A. 484 Sample, Daniel V. 456 Sample, Paula M. 484 Sample, Sherri A. 326, 375, 456 Sams, Mitcherr 424 Samson, David 263 Sanchez, Hector R. 456 Sanders, Blake 503 Sanders, Debbie L. 364, 484 Sanders, John 428 Sanders, Lori A. 403, 503 Sanders, Kenneth 469 Sanders, Kim A. 2, 284, 324, 469 Sanders, Margo L. 324, 374, 484 Sanders, Tammy S. Sandlin, Vicki L. Sandors, John R. Sang, I.M. Sanjani, Alireza Santi, Clement A. Santifer, Robert D. Sapp, Terry D. Sass, Lisa A. Sass, Tracy L. Satterfield, Cindy A. Satterfield, John V. Satterfield, Keith M. Saunders, Debbie D. Savage, Alice Savage, Richard F. Savage, Shirley M. Sawyer, Robert O. Saxon, Molly J. Sbanotto, Dennis Scabbard Blade 399, 503 456 503 268 431, 469 342, 503 358, 469 324, 484 456 348, 469 364, 484 358, 503 330, 503 403, 503 245 484 503 271, 443 271, 350, 484 273 301 Scarbrough, Lee R. 484 Scarborough, Marion D. 469 Scarsdale, Joe N. 503 Scesniak, Diane M. 348, 469 Schaefer, Sharon L. 271, 328, 414, 416, 503 Schall, Gary Scharff, David Scherm, Tami K. Schimmel, Dale W. Schlesinger, Mark A. Schlesinger, Scott M. Schluterman, Mark T. Schmand, Eric Schmidt, Joel L. Schmidt, Pamela R. Schmitz, John W. Schoessel, Roger Schrantz, Jeff Schratz, Lisa J. Schroeder, Geneva J. Schubel, Aileen M. Schubel, Christy Schuetz, Major R. Schuh, Nedeana R. Schulte, Debbie L. 303 358, 484 484 272, 456 256, 308, 358, 484 358, 503 456 87, 259 503 503 503 456 503 484 336, 397, 503 456 456 484 503 484 Ree — Sch 525 Schulte, Stephen W. 456 Schwartz, Larry 424 Schwartz, Mary K. 503 Schwartz, Phillip A. 456 87, 326, Scogin, Cliff C. Scott, Cynda Scott, Gaye Scott, Greg L. Scott, Jeffery M. Scott, Maureen S. Scott, Paul Scott, Richard M. Scott, Roslyn L. Scott, Scotty Scott, Sharon D. Scott, Susan E. Scott, Terri Scott, Tim Scott, Trendle Screeton, Lisa S. Scrimager, Mona L. Scrivner, Wick L. Scurlock, Mike Searcy, Susan M. Seaton, Cynthia J. Seaton, Kathleen A. Sedycias, Roberto See, Denise R. Seffense, Carol A. Seibert, Kristen Seibert, Ward Selby, Francis R. Selig, Sarah C. Seney, Greg S. Seniors Serio, Joe Sessions, Floyd B. II Sexton, David C. Sexton, Diane Sexton, Sandra G. Sexton, Steven Shackelford, David M. Shaddox, Jim R. Shaffer, De Shafizadeh, Dariush Shapard, Pam Shadrach, Steve Shariati, Majid Sharp, Alisa Sharp, Carol J. 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Shoemaker, Stanley S 147, 254, 421, 422, 456 350, 503 264 267, 456 503 433, 484 298 421, 426, 469 254, 456 360 503 415, 425, 483 259, 260 469 256, 403 484 469 456 484 244, 257, 324, 370, 469 316, 456 503 431 503 328,417, 503 257, 328, 469 344, 503 403, 503 336, 469 358, 503 444 267 352, 469 469 263 328, 503 427 469 356, 484 469 236 348, 503 456 431 403, 503 504 414, 415, 425, 469 430, 484 456 430, 484 258, 267, 456 298 265 260 324, 469 414, 417, 469 484 427 260 431, 504 415, 425, 469 266 268 354 504 265, 504 348 272, 456 346, 469 258, 260, 362, 456 414, 416 352, 504 484 414, 418 430, 504 398, 504 348, 484 358, 504 224, 456 456 Shoffner, Melissa L. 326, 376, 484 Short, Jane Ann 403, 456 Short, Robert L. 469 Short, William R. 504 Shriver, Leslie Skinner, Robert L. 360, 456 Shouler, John T. 456 Skinner, Sandy 377 Shulstad, Bob 265 Skinner, Sarah 276 Shults, Robert 111 Skrine, Stephen 431 Shurley, Tommy 504 Slagter, Peter J. 443 Sibley, Tricia K. 316, 469 Slater, Rodney E. 443 Siceluff, Stephen E. 330, 456 Slaughter, Roy 255 Siebenmorgan, Diane M 469 Slavik, Greta L. 469 Siebenmorgan, Michael G. 258, Sloan, Brannon R. 352, 484 504 Sloan, Dan 300, 301, 303 Siebenmorgan, Terry J. 259, 267, Sloan, Phil 429 456 Sloan, Vicki L. 469 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 354 Slover, Carl 258, 260 Little Sisters of Minerva 375 Small, Randall M. 504 Sigma Chi 356 Smart, I.M. 354, 484 Little Sigmas 372 Smart, Lucy 370 Sigma Delta Chi 278 Smiley, Sarah L. 484 Sigma Nu 358 Smith, Ann Elliot 369 EN Little Sisters 376 Smith, Becky E. 504 Sigma Phi Epsilon 360 Smith, Bo 484 Girls of the Golden Heart 37 Smith, Boyd R. 504 Sills, Mark O. 504 Smith, Brian L. 429, 504 Sills, Pamela S. 403, 469 Smith, Bruce K. 428, 456 Silzer, Milissa A. 320, 469 Smith, Craig M. 352, 434, 504 Simkins, Russell 260 Smith, David A. 424, 469 Simmons, Belinda J. 469 Smith, David B. 484 Simmons, David 434 Smith, David H. 469 Simmons, Jeff 356 Smith, David L. 469 Simmons, Pat J. 320, 456 Smith, Diane R. 148, 262, 311, Simmons, Steve W. 504 326, 456 Simpson, Greg 504 Smith, Dwight 267 Simpson, Kathleen 400, 504 Smith, Edward H. 354, 456 Simpson, Richard E. 354, 504 Smith, Gary K. 469 Simpson, Sally 416, 484 Smith, Georgeann 469 Simpson, Tom 298 Smith, Gina 266 Sims, Brenda 370 Smith, Glen G. 456 Sims, Charles A. 330, 469 Smith, James E. 403, 420, 431 Sims, Judith L. 276, 484 Smith, James W. 485 Sims, Karen S. 456 Smith, Janet C. 504 Sims, Mary B. 348, 484 Smith, Janet L. 504 Sims, Natalie R. 469 Smith, Jolene P. 504 Sin, Joshua 269 Smith, Jo D. 485 Sink, Greg 356, 504 Smith, John P. 443 Sink, Susie E. 316, 456 Smith, Kay F. 244, 336, 456 Sinor, Elicia A. 348, 415, 504 Smith, Keith A. 426, 504 Sinyard, Becky 414, 417 Smith, Keith R. 504 Sipes, Susan 369 Smith, Kevin 352 Sisk, Irvin 342, 504 Smith, Kim S. 418, 504 Sistruck, Judith M. 504 Smith, Kym A. 348, 418, 485 Sistruck, William 277 Smith, Lisa 485 Sites, Danny E. 456 Smith, Lydia 400 Sitlington, Billy 1. 504 Smith, Lyndon F. 259, 422, 469 Sitlington, Sammy L. 504 Smith, Nancy L. 328, 418, 504 Skaggs, Richard 423 Smith, Olliemae 485 Skalla, Camille A. 328, 484 Smith, Patricia 485 Skillman, Lisa 373 Smith, Phillip A. 263, 268, 456 Skijnner, Cynthia A. 350, 469 Smith, Ralph 272 Skinner, George 263 Smith, Randall C. 236, 263, 485 Skinner, Molly 276 Smith, Red 263 Skinner, Pat 360, 504 Smith, Renee 316, 504 340, 245, 414, Smith, Regina A. 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Waters, Alan Waters, John E. Waters, Tommy Watkins, Blake Watkins, Ric Watkins, Wesley B. Watkins, Kim M. Watkins, Ronald Watkins, Willis M. Watson, Alan Watson, Bruce W. Watson, Carolyn 334 267 354, 486 424 338, 486 458 358, 486 415 486 344, 506 330, 506 263 259, 261 356, 458 458 348, 486 486 258, 362, 470 424 346, 458 261, 320, 414, 418 340, 486 486 360, 458 258, 261 377 267, 458 470 506 245, 400 417, 506 350, 506 417 Watson, Frank E. Watson, Jeffery E. Watson, Jeffrey H. Watson, Joe Watson, Kelly Watson, Marty J. Watson, Mary A. Watson, Norman T. Watson, Odellivia Velina Watson, Terri Watts, Coralie E. Watts, Gwen Watts, Michael Wauer, Brian D. 506 Wean, Anothny R. 486 Weatherford, Terry K. 470 Weathers. Kristy K. 470 Weaver, Douglas W. 356, 458 Weaver, Jo A. 425, 471 Weaver, Kelly E. 416, 486 Weaver, Mark D. 471 Weaver, Nan J. 336, 377, 506 Webb, Jim Y. 344, 506 Webb, Carolyn 458 Webb, Linda 403 Webb, Terri 2 Webb, Tom 236 Webb, Vanya R. 336, 399, 506 Webber, Demetra R. 486 Weber, Blake A. 432, 458 Weber, Dana L. 250, 418, 471 Weber, John 427 Webster, Laura 373 Webster, Nancy L. 320, 486 Weeden, Victoria 263 Weeks, Don P. 506 Weeks, Janine 486 Weeks, Jeanene N. 316, 506 Weeks, Paul 431 Weems, Marlon S. 245, 471 Wehr, Colleen M. 348, 377, 506 Wehr, Frank H. 308, 360, 486 Weinstock, Paulette 245 Weir, Charles B. II 149, 244, 250. 257, 260, 358, 471 Weisberger, Mark J. 356, 471 Weise, Kurt 277 Weiser, Debbie J. 471 Welborn, Laura A. 486 Welch, Drusilla 414, 416 Welch, Joe M. 87, 342, 506 Wheeler, Robert E. Wheeler, Teresa Wheeler, Tracy S. Wheelis, John D. Sheelis, Wayne M. Whisenhunt, Phillip D. Whistle, Fred Whistle, Wade A. White, Ann E. White, Beverly White, Constance A. White, Connie L. White, David L. White, Jacqueline D. White, Jeff White, Karen S. White, Keigh White, Magigor White, Michael E. White, Ollie E. White, Tom White, Woody Whiteley, Lynne A. Whiteside, Kirk Whiteside, Stacee Whiting, Kelly Whiting, Sammy R. Whitmore, Obie II Whitmore, Perry V. Whitney, Andy L. Whitney, Lynne Whittorff, Walter Whitworth, Eddie Who’s Who Widdows, Richard Widner, Lisa C. 382, Wieburg, Kenneth R. Wiemer, Tracy Wiese, Kurt L. Wilbanks, Carol Wilbourn, Alan T. Wilcoxin, Chris Wilcoxin, Sharon Wilcoxon, Shelley A. Wilder, Cleotis Wilhem, Joe C. Wilkerson, Michael E. Wilkins, Leslie A. Wilkins, Russell A. 269, Wilkins, Tijuana Wilkinson, Stanhope M. Wilkinson, Susan L. 324, Willard, Al Willett, Joe D. Willett, Susan Willett, Timothy H. William, Albritton William House Williams, Al Williams, Charlotte A. 458 506 426, 471 432, 471 506 357 269, 318, 506 506 403, 458 Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Daniel David R. Dean Debbie J. Debra A. Dottie A. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth R. Williams, Jack Williams, Janis M. Williams, Janna Lynn 143, 336, 471, 505 263, 326, 486 471 506 360, 487 487 272 264, 506 244, 459 244, 487 267 273 487 432 334, 506 400 506 443 358, 471 342, 506 418 487 487 142 421, 431 403, 506 487 399 471 487 356, 471 418 418 364, 487 459 330, 471 471 326, 506 342, 487 403 340, 471 374, 487 354, 487 358, 506 376 423, 506 423 412 426 348, 401, 506 264 298, 471 344, 487 459 487 377, 471 506 459 111 403, 471 417, 506 -fSk f ' , ' 4 ! - - -f • 4 .... 530 Wal — Wil Woolsey, Paul E. 507 Word, George P. 338, 487 Workman, David B. 356, 507 Works, Connie S. 316, 487 Worley, Karen L. 471 Worst, Lisa A. 271, 403, 471 Wrape, Genny 320, 487 Wrape, Jerry V. 430, 459 Wray, Phillip A. 507 Wren, Carolyn S. 348, 399, 507 Wright, Betsye S. 326, 507 Wright, Douglas G. 459 Wright, Lannie A. 507 Wright, Larry E. 264, 507 Wright, Marjorie J. 403, 459 Wright, Mark L. 358 Wright, Mark W. 358, 471 Wright, Mary C. 471 Wright, Patty 261 Wright, Rita J. 326, 401, 507 Wright, Rodney E. 267, 507 Wright, Steve C. 507 Wright, Thomas J. 354, 471 Wright, Walter G. 354, 471 Wyatt, Samuel W. 431, 471 Wylie, Deborah A. 400, 487 Wylie, Deborah A. 400, 487 Wymes, Joyce A. 403, 507 Yanak, Vicki L. 316, 487 Yancey, Camille 350 Yancey, Jay A. 340, 507 Yancey, John E. 356, 507 Yancey, Linda C. 459 Yancey, Linda L. 459 Yancey, Nina L. 403, 507 Yates, Carl M. 278, 338, 471 Yates, Geneice 278, 288 Yates, Judy L. 471 Yates, Roddy 427 Yates, Sandy S. 268, 273, 459 Yates, Suzanne 348, 370, 507 Yauch, Janet K. 364, 459 Yeatman, Dana L. 336, 487 Yelenich, Lisa K. 350, 471 Yerton, Stan 471 Yeung, Simon 269 Yoakam, Penny R. Yocum Eighth Yocum Fifth 364, 370, 399, 507 Yocum First 422 Yocum Fourth 426 Yocum Ninth 430 Yocum Officers 420 Yocum Second 423 Yocum Senate Yocum Seventh 420 Yocum Sixth 431 Yocum Staff 421 Yocum Tenth 431 Yocum Third 424 York, Charla N. 507 York, Elizabeth F. 403, 507 Yost, Matt A. 258, 260, 362, 471 Youeng, Joe 428 Young, David E. 244, 250, 271, 354, 459 Young Democrats 279 Young, Greg T. 432, 487 Young, James F. 342, 487 Young, Jan M. 350, 376, 487 Young, Joe M. 420, 487 Young, Karon D. 350, 375, 487 Young, Kelly A. 348, 370, 487 Young, Lesa 373 Young, Patricia A. 487 Young, Peter 269 Young, Richard 245 Young, Sally A. 316, 459 Young, Steve E. 487 Young, Thomas E. 308, 356, 471 Young, Wes W. 423, 507 Wiser, Cecilia 403 Wisley, Rebecca A. 277, 459 Wittorff, Dorothy C. 403, 471 Woerner, George W. Ill 459 Wofford, Isabella 257, 261, 320, 459 Wofford, James 431 Wofford, Rickey 427 Woker, Jim E. 344, 507 Woland, Brian 340 Wolf, Christine 418 Wolf, Shirley J. 414, 417, 487 Wolfe, Deborah S. 403, 459 Wolfe, Katie 334, 471 Wolfolk, Michael 261 Woodlee, Michelle 403 Woodlee, Tammi R. 471 Woodruff, Keith N. 356, 471 Woods, David W. 471 Woods, Fred 432 Woods, James V. 340, 507 Woods, Kathy 403 Woodsmall, Margaret L. 348, 487 Woodson, William R. 459 Woodward, Wag 338, 507 Woody, Jack 119 Woolfolk, Cozetta 244 Woolley, Johnny 269 Woolsey, Ben T. 487 Woolsey, Mark 424 Wilson, Perry 398 Wilson, Piper S. 348, 374, 471 Wilson, Royce E. 459 Wilson, Tom H. 330, 487 Wilson, Walter 259, 260, 459 Wilson, William 261 Winborn, Kerry B. 487 Winchell, Nita S. 364, 459 Winder, Paul P. 356, 471 Winfield, Sonyia R. 507 Winn, Julie 369 Winningham, Ramona G. 397, .... 507 Winstead, Brian 507 Winstead, Christina S. 348, 418, M . 487 Winter qq Winton, Jeff 429 Wise, David 255, 263 Wise, Robert P. 340, 507 Womack, Barbara 254, Womack, Becky Womack, Farris Womack, Janis Womack, Tracy Women’s Sports Wong, K.T. Wood, Billy Wood, Charles Wood, David M. Wood, Deborah A. Wood, Janet A. Wood, Linny Wood, Sharon K. Wood, Tanya J. Woodall, David Woodall, Viki L. Woodell, Elaine J. 149, 250, 262, 434, 459 254, 257, 259, 260, 262 115 258, 267, 417 399 226 269 423 424 427, 471 87, 364, 459 301, 403, 507 350, 507 364, 471 350, 459 429 364, 471 459 W mkm Z Zachariason, Dee Anna 255, 459 Zeiger, Fred B. Ill 356, 507 Zerr, Gretchen L. 507 Zeta Tau Alpha 364 Zimmerman, James 245, 428 Zimmerman, Phil S. 356, 507 Zmarzley, Connie F. 376, 401, 487 Wil — Zma 531 532 Razorback Razorback 533 534 Razorback 536 Razorback Razorback 537 538 Razorback Razorback 539 540 Razorback Razorback 541 COMMENTS For the staff and for myself, the work is now completed. The 1979 RAZORBACK has evolved from a stack of unorganized papers, pieces and fragments of thoughts, motivating ideas, and stacks upon stacks of pictures. Finally, in an organized manner, this 1979 volume is with you. This is not meant to be the year in full. It is meant to give you, as an individual with independent and unique memories, a group of clues with which to build your complete memories from. You must, according to your own mental pictures, fill in the spaces that the annual leaves open for your own creativity. During the time that the pieces of the puzzle were being fitted together in order to give you this finished product ... the annual, we have actively sought the suggestions that became available to us from the students. In this way, we felt that we could more closely align the 1979 RAZORBACK with the thoughts and feelings of the University of Arkansas student body. Therefore we feel that this book as it is now, is an accurate product of those suggestions. Those suggestions can be found when one notices the added pages and expanded coverage of the different sections. This year the book contains more coverage of the administration, beauties, dormitory life, Greek life, and major and minor sports. As I write this, my air conditioner is humming in the background and the moon is out. Wouldn’t the editors before me have given anything to have been able to write their closing words with leaves already on the trees and the smell of summer in the air? Now, for the first time, an editor is afforded this luxury without the necessity of missing precious deadlines, we were given more room for complete coverage by deciding on a fall delivery. It was in this way only that we could include the events and sports that were held in the late spring. Selected because of their dedication and talents, the annual staff has tried to portray the year in an unbiased spirit. This way the book will include images for everyone throughout the pages. One must realize that the eyes of the photographers many times cannot compensate for the eyes of each member of the University campus. It would be foolish to attempt such a task. At the same time, one must acknowledge the truth that where pictures stop, reality begins. Life is not a still image as pictures portray it to be. Likewise, a college campus is not a still frame in a picture that captures an image for only a moment. There is always motion and movement that any book attempting to describe a year of memories can only, at its best, attempt to capture. It is at this time ... when the pictures stop, that you must begin in keeping the memories accurate for you. 542 1979 RAZORBACK Volume 82 of the RAZORBACK was prepared by students at the University of Arkansas. Offset lithography by American Yearbook Company, Topeka plant. Copy and headlines are generally Helvetica, Helvetica Medium Outline, and Helvetica Bold. Headlines for Theatre and Beauty pages are Lydian Cursive. Headlines for division pages and cover are artwork by American Yearbook Company. Paper stock is 80 enamel. Trim size is 9”x12”. Red spot color in Football section is special mix — Razor back Red. Portraits are by Rappoport Studios of New York City. Press Run is 3750. Funding was provided through book sales ($10.00 per copy), page sales, student sen ices allocation, portrait rebate, and other fees. The RAZORBACK is published annually by the RAZORBACK staff with no expressed relationship with the UA journalism department. The views expressed herein are soley those of the 1979 RAZORBACK staff and in no way necessarily reflect the opinion or attitude of the U of A administration, faculty, staff, Department of Journalism, or student body. THANKS Stan Butler Carl Hitt Bob Huff, Bob’s Studio James Ezell Butch Coger Sports Illustrated (to subscribe to Sport Illustrated, call toll-free, 1-800-261-8200). 1979 RAZORBACK Beauties and sponsors 1979 RAZORBACK Beauty judges Jane Mom Dad Photography Barry Arthur — 383, 385, 387-389, 392-393, 396, 457, 477, 481 Beverly Basham — 418 Charles Bickford — 73, 183 Tim Chumley — 537, 539, 544 Don’s Studio — 341, 375 Bill Eppridge — 43 Charlie Fiss — 213 Carl Hitt — 35, 84-87, 98-107, 112, 113, 119, 123, 125, 127, 132, 133, 135, 284, 290, 299, 301, 303-305, 535 Bob’s Studio — 150-171 Annette Hurley — 41, 64, 95, 262, 266, 267, 277, 311, 357, 398-400, 419 Kirk McDonald — 4, 12, 37, 38, 43, 47, 49, 60-62, 64-67, 76-81, 91, 114, 117-119, 121, 122, 132, 195, 216, 217, 219-221, 223, 232, 234, 252, 255, 285-287, 309, 310, 312, 325, 327, 331, 343, 349, 357, 359, 361, 366, 383, 419, 428, 431, 435, 509, 518, 524, 533, 540 Randy Nichols — 37, 405-407 Greg Owens — 46, 178, 179, 212, 264, 271, 288-290, 296 ' , 302, 304, 310, 330, 392, 432, 433, 531, 534 David Peavy — 82, 379, 384, 387, 536 Photographs Unlimied — 236, 312-315, 317, 319, 325, 326, 329, 331, 334, 335, 337, 339, 341, 343, 347, 349, 351, 353, 355, 359, 361, 365, 376, 378, 379, 510, 521, 536 Rick Poole — 31, 32, 58, 83, 128, 249, 287, 384, 386-388, 390, 393-395, 541 Blake, Price — 236, 254, 257, 273, 369, 420, 421, 423, 424, 430 Mark Remes — 14, 25 Judy Rownd — 57, 63 Hector Sanchez — 392, 404, 408, 409, 420, 421, 425, 426 Kim Sanders — 7, 9, 20, 23, 25, 29, 31, 34, 36, 38-41, 44, 54, 56-58, 62, 65-69, 72, 94, 114, 115, 118, 120, 124, 126, 128, 130, 134, 136, 138, 139, 142-149, 159, 161, 174-177, 179-181, 184, 185, 194, 195, 200, 201, 203, 204, 206, 208, 211, 214, 215, 220, 222-228, 230-232, 234, 238-240, 244-246, 248-253, 256-259, 261, 263, 269, 272-274, 277, 279, 280, 283, 285, 286, 291, 297, 301, 302, 318, 320, 321, 324, 325, 327, 328, 335, 336, 338, 340, 342, 343, 346, 347, 350-354, 356, 358, 360, 364, 365, 369, 371, 373, 374, 402-404, 406, 408-418, 427, 428, 431, 447, 465, 485, 487, 497, 501, 522, 526- 528, 533, 586 Ross Sanders — 237, 241 Paul Strang — 2-3, 8-9, 13-21, 24, 25, 27, 30-31, 42, 49, 54-55, 60, 71, 96, 97, 108- 109, 115, 140-141, 157, 167, 172-177, 182, 189, 192, 193, 196-198, 201, 203- 211, 214, 215, 229, 231, 233, 242-243, 259, 260, 267-270, 272, 275, 276, 278, 281, 282, 287, 306-308, 316, 344, 348, 362, 363, 371, 380-381, 284, 386, 388, 392, 400-441, 513, 514, 517, 520-521, 523, 529, 530, 532, 537, 538, 540 Tom Trogdon — 1,7, 2-24, 26, 27, 35, 58, 59, 391, 508 Sheri Walker — 5, 6, 13, 14. 16, 22-25, 27, 28, 34-36, 40, 59, 61, 67, 68, 70, 72-75, 78, 80, 81, 120, 121, 126, 127, 129-131, 133-135, 149, 163, 165, 179, 186, 187, 194, 199-204, 206, 208, 209, 218, 219, 222, 230, 232-233, 235, 239, 255, 265, 271, 274, 281, 293, 315, 355, 359, 377, 382, 423, 425, 426, 430, 432, 433, 435- 439, 512, 516, 535 Tom Wright — 186, 240, 241 Copy Patricia Faust — 120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 132, 134, 136, 137 Artwork Laura Squair — 55, 109, 122, 124, 127, 129, 132, 134, 136, 137, 141, 173, 192, 194, 197, 212, 243, 307, 381, 441 Paul Strange — cover 1979 Razorback 54 3 544 Razorback


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