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We are promised, and dutifully presented with, more parking spaces every year. And every year, promised or not, the vehicle popu- lation at NLU swells to exceed the number of new parking spaces. To help keep all these cars where they belong, a corps of ticket- writers comprised of Campus Se- curity policemen and student per- sonnel armed with miniature clip-boards religiously patrol the streets of NLU. Yellow tickets adorn the windshields of faculty, students and visitors alike. ,-11471-vt. 1-ck?-"5 ,f,' ":':' 4 ,-4' : Zqaivfa-if 51.351512 V ,4f'.-. ,fb sr. 'T ..,4 -,L , .t. 'L 1,55 -AXA. , we-.L XI uw. ., bv: gl 49.1.44 I-A An odd-looking appendage for the Campus Security Building proved to be our new post office. A vast improvement, it is more centrally located and infinitely more con- venient in terms of lighting and space. The old boxes were moved down the street intact. A new build- ing did very little to erase one specific problem: stubborn mail box combinations! ? , iii fn X w Q 1 ..-1' 2 .. .NJ -if 1 f' lv' f"' fs 4'r-'lff Q j I 6 2 'X EQ I ' Y ' 1' f- 'TX . ,f x 1 X f " I I xu , ,4! Do they multiply of their own occord?! Bicycles, by this fall, were a rather firmly entrenched phenom- enon on campus. Received with open arms by stu- dents and campus security alike, this has proven to be perhaps the mot widely accepted and heavily applaud- ed movement at NLU. A bike is more than just the healthiest and most economical mode of transportation other than your own feet: a bike is freedom. 0 sw. 1 ,d..'1fJb , , 4, ,sa r XJ 1 1 -4 if ir - .' L. , .M Y 1 1 14.1 L 1 1 CLJC., Q, ,4 -J 1 1. ., L W' 4 Noun 11, :::111 L c 1 , 1.. 5 11 ,. 1 1 L 3 X 4 A 1 . 1 :1 f 1. 1 M1 .1 L .1 11 1 :1 A- :. .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 o K1 , 1, ' 1 on J1, J41 J .cl 1 n J 1 - . i i 11, 11 'L' ,oe 1 4 1 ,' 1, ,, 1 1 4 -1 1 , It rains in north Louisiana. Incessantly. Andi?- 'QQXSO do we adapt: umbrellas bloom-or not: lazyi ffjstudeilts are suddenly quite fleet of foot, or blithe- ' QQ mly ignoring fit will go away. . . somedayj. Conven- A , tional methods of transport occasionally fail, as do if ,flthe lights. And Campus Security carries on. . . f .Q'1"Neither rain nor sleet nor snow. . ." T 115 Y 411 1 a .1 1 -1 xy---. 4-Sw 1 :11 f- 1 5 -, . a 1. - 1 2 1, 1 1 X1 11 .1 Q. J "L" ' 1 4 w Q- 1 u o 1 1. L 1 1 4 11 1. 4. n . i , '1 L 4, 1: Q ,1 1 4 1 n 4 v 1 4 1 1 1 -1 U . . .1 ,1 , 1 4 1 111 on non :1.11 5 M, -- -f- 4144 --. , no . ,LQ f J ,S111.111-r.1111-111nuance 1 r 1 .1 G 1 1 . 4 . L 0 1 11 e :4 14 Q .1 f 1 .1 L C1 11 1: 1 f ,1 1 1, ax, , 0 , n1:.g4:u41na:1:u1 4.zucc ,,,L,,,L 1 1 11-1eoe.1e11sea41:oecn , 0 1.1 1 1 1 1 Cfjo 0 f, rv,, ,A C,-1,s1,,01QCf. non.-1111 ga :U ,1 11. .111 ,. 41 c 1 vlibi 'L. 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'01 'UIZFV P-IJ , ' Qs if :LL ' A W -sl- ut i Variety of interest, food for inquiring minds, and sheer entertainment. Thursday nights became lecture nights in Ewing Coliseum. The Free University Speech Series brought speakers of national repute to the NLU cam- pus. Personalities such as editorialist Art Buchwaldg columnist Ieanne Dixon: Wo- 1nen's Lib Advocates Gloria Steinem and Margaret Sloang news commentator lim Mc- Kay and columnist William F. Buckley. At- tendance varied, handicapped by bad weather, night football games on television, and clas- ses. 51-AF I ll . -Q:-VHF7. . 44- .' 'lr . 'ft-hilt' e'.,. , HQ-Q2 r '..' -z I .- x, ,ft .fl I - at 387-LOVE: Whether Monroe liked it or not, there was al- coholism, reliance on tranquilizers, and obesity at NLU. The community has, in the past, organized help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Weight Watchers to treat these persons. Now, too, did NLU and Monroe join to organize a drug action center. Located in downtown Monroe. Hot line for emergen- cies. Mainline was started by students who cared enough to listen to others late into the night. Mem- bers considered addiction or reliance no worse than any other habit. No narcs. No Mothering. No hand- holding. No records. Iust help-if you wanted it. ,.,,i 'f . P "" g 'EW J- ,. ,M -.1 .- .:' --5 4. vii ,. - 'lff-"rf PA 'l"1' ,fe 'if' 1 Va wf-fh 1- -, f,'.'.--A I ' ,'-. ' I ,.,-- f' f f'fqA-.V '-z,. ,,. , l!' ' Lg niill-vit Jia, H ' - :Qty .- . . - . " r rv , '-" lr.. 4'9.' - ' '. ,fl v 15. ' 1 1-I 5.4 IL. ff- -I 'I ,I ,Q Q4 '.v'-'JI ga, 'E' T- I 55' Il xt 5 . "r '-QA . I- ' . -vi. 1 "4 V 5' II ' ,I QPF, 4... 5? vb V 'Q -fn. J 1 ' . ,y.f-.kj I! I Q1 . W , .3 j - 13' 1 J - -A... - frly A: I 3 '-PL , ' , fnij , ' , H J . ,- V 4 IVV ft A A II, fat.. - If Il, -:I Nm' T, 1' ,' H" '- 1 ' ' L7 . sit " 4'4ti3'I .If -K. jc", ij . agar., -'JIFJF x A Iv f xx ,t '-' 1 1 If--K ,i -'U' 51.1 rye 3 .H-gf -V i . at 1...-I. v V, .I 'A A5 wick. -K Q' . - . , ,Q A. . 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Zeta Tau Alpha and Alpha Omicron Pi scored a 14-7 victory over Phi Mu and Kappa Delta. A special dance and drill team, the Warbuckets gave their annual performance. This team is made up of the Phi Delta Chi pledge class. Kris Krison was voted by the players as "Queen" of the event. 1 ' 53 P L Is f 'S 5 ' " uk x 'xr . in - E51 WX I .Q' , 1 T ' ggi' ' 'N . .ti-' -- - - , ' X f E- Q A . QA . x , -. 1, J r , f . 1 . 7 1 i fw . A If-' 'F Q .gg .:' " 'J -,w ' .-ff Q .4 ..-.' -' 1.,...y, , . P' . ,. 1- ..- .--gf '5 ,, " 'H ,,mA,.Zr'-1:-':,fT'FI f ' " wx ',, - :f.'?'f'1'T'Z'f'f7.if'l7"' - -,4, ' lrfffk 15- A -' ' ' .. x- Jn- I , . '. . ..- , A Y-.eFll!g5"1":"f"f"..:"'Ai" .W-,n..--5: , -' ' 1. ui. sf -. L! SP CJRTS A . V -,...' - , 5.45-3.-n'Q,l1',,.'.' I 'iff5,...'..ft:.:.v3f4g.y-4 ,N 'I..,,. ' 2 - ' -,' ,:..,.l-fb fs-.v,'52.'-m1e4..vV A?-'3,142,5'.:1L'h V1 ' . L yliw. ,.f..": I' F3-'nga'-A -",l?"..:. Mx' 4' -3. 1. A 'Ib 'V' , ., ,MH .,-,. ' ...Jai-,,.-..,. fx- -g'f'Yvg.,. 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Because of the continuous nature of the sports program, the Chaca- houla is trying to present a cyclical view of the program-from football to the intramural program. So here it is-your athletic program from the spring sports of 1972 to the basketball and gymnastics of 1973. From the pagentry of intercollegiate football to the obscurity of intramural bad- minton. Athletics touches the life of every Northeast student-even if it is only at fee paying time during registration .... C':.-E -nm.. 1.-W .-Q.-,ww ., ., - . .. .. , 1' .N W " .f:,g, '. ru. -V--5, 1 1 bn, - V. , -. , ' 'X-i,,- -...v , --,..,.,. . i ' ,- 9 . - f- f'f - ' -r ,.,,v,--.-v--.q,,,.. V- .-,g.'qf4"A1,4' ' - ,f,5,,4:"'g ,L-",,,-1. V . , . .., , . j Y V, a it N." Q .W-' L, ,Ain fix Arg- .,l..-.5 1:33 .Ang gf: .- ,j-h ?""'- ,1 ,12.E.5,.:sV?'u1-,ffgffQ:yig,v.g.g7-i-v3f':2fggdlQ-5,-V3 M. vw. f-f . ,, .4 , .vt Y . . .' I ,.-.', P- -3 1-'Jim 'L' ,W 4-f,-' gif . 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Track, tennis and golf appeal to a more select group of spectators, but Abner Doubleday's game is still officially number one in Amer- ica. After all, what boy doesn't dream of hitting a home run in the World Series?. . . ,-"tru: . , , . . t , . f. Q---.W ..- , agre- -sl' Ld' . .fr'-5291-19.T,'-1-9-'ridflfagk'1Ti:1:if'lf1".L.aa.f'--LQ.! iw. ,-e:L,'Z'- 1' ?, M Season Results SMU 4 NLU 3 SMU 6 NLU 3 SLU 9 NLU 6 NLU 2 TCU 1 TCU 4 NLU 0 TCU 9 NLU 0 TCU 8 NLU 0 NLU 4 Southern 3 Belhaven 4 NLU 3 NLU 5 Belhaven 2 Houston 7 NLU 6 NLU 5 Houston 0 NLU 2 SFA 1 NLU 4 SFA 0 ' 7 '-1-'he M- f .st,..,q- ' T y , WF . 4 T A T '1"ff'fi 6111 '23 1 4.4 , ff 5 ni- F :ang f af f'iff,fge2ffrs Q.-Q ' I f Q C 'vii' 'ggfwf' my . '4.n A 'J' , 4 ,-ff' :,:,. v, , f,x'X1X ,Yrt, W yr W VH. I lvl!! is 'we 1 ' ' 4 or -W4?'7T?a'lf?37l " ' f 4' f' , X' ry-g1x'14ljQA,g-,al .1 tx 1 I I yi- . .U X ,, .- www-,xq.U -. 'twx-ftwxfff' X ,- it V xxrxxoxtxwil H- f - 4, I x'ix,xx.bix!-Q, V s ' ,k,X K f '- ' K Wiiilgxx' .ap J. . 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'uf '..?3 ve' Qs. , lu I ,. tm 61 -,Q 1 ..s. Y ll "1 1' ' 'f . 'I ' 1, 'sg ' -' ' :af .. ,.--- , I' - . r All. 'N' is 'J wg-T , Y i 'f i ., K -, ' v , :ii-.,!5:,. :QQ A l W F i y N I 4 - 412' H - A- -,.. , f 'IFN "" H ,C-eau-"fI ' :T ' 9 " . 'J' .T ' - 1: 'ur'3w1?, - :Q ku, , .. 2113: l BFETEN iij L -1-iffSAs.:L.:iHS4gp 'Ja .-ff' ,nf +s,-9.-effCf'G4e-f'-- , ' 5?-,1.,-, v .-,HA ' - +"- ' : -' , - ,, cgi: I' '., 'll -.' v,.,?--.1 A'::'iy:j:.:,.-4.-,f--:..,- " ' "" - f','.'N ' .t 'I '. a n-ef . -mf ,Q FW 'fd '.1.A:f.1t-:.fw1u1.wh , -,A ,, ,. Y. ,. . .L-,...a -. .1 . - L. In recent years NLU's baseball team has been one of the best in the area. How- ever, 1972 was a rebuilding year that saw the Indians have their ups and downs. The 16-26 ledger included games against TCU, SMU, and the University of Houston. The pitching staff, previously NLU's strong suit, was young and inexperienced. Two of the starting pitchers were freshmen, Rickey Rockett and southpaw Paul Fellers. The mainstay of the staff was veteran Mike Thompson I8-3, 2.02j. Team batting was a department that the Indians improved in. Steve McDowell led the team in batting L3011 and stolen bases f22j. Iunior college transfer Iacky Akin was team leader in home runs f12j and RBI's l25j, leading the state and ranking among the national leaders in homers. ana - , A , . g,.:4..- ,U-ga -. , ,.'.. ,X Arkansas-Monticello 3 NLU 1 Arkansas-Monticello 7 NLU 3 NSU 5 NLU 1 NLU 6 NSU 2 USL 4 NLU 0 McNeese 7 NLU 3 McNeese 8 NLU 6 Arkansas-Monticello 15 NLU 6 NLU 19 ArkansaslMonticello 1 NLU 2 Louisiana Tech 1 Louisiana Tech 5 NLU 1 LSUNO 3 NLU 0 NLU 3 LSUNO 0 f V, 1 ,f .45f.--' - ss if-3' - X- ,,., N- TENNIS Tennis team Phil Trahan Mark Sanders Chris Burns Keith delong Brian Lebold Richard Stuart Iay Leistner . asst coach Ralph Lane . . coach H V eg,--4... .- ' an'-9 -.---an XT I ---,, .W-si To the inexperienced spectator, that is one who has never played, the tremendously grueling aspect of tennis is lost. One does not think about a tennis player doing sit-ups, push-ups, or sprints to get in shape -yet this is a part of the game. Fluiditymprecision ...powermfinesse ...reflexesmeach plays a tremend- ous role in winning tennis. A young but improved NLU ten- nis team took to the courts in 1972. While the dual match record fell to 8-7-1, the quality of competition for Northeast improved. The '72 schedule sported names like Bay- lor, North Texas State, Tulane, La- mar, Memphis State, and Mississippi State. Freshmen Mark Sanders, Keith delong, and Brian Lebold joined holdovers Phil Trahan, Chris Burns, and Richard Stuart and the doubles team of Trahan and Burns beat some of the south's best and com- piled a 19-5 record. Of this team, only Burns was a senior. So the prospect of winning ways for NLU tennis looks good for several years to come. .' ,-4 ,- ,w V Q ' .,f-,.vn.,, ,,, ua4,:-f.Qt-is-1rn'ia.:...i.,s fl- A., , Tennis Results NLU 8 USL 1 NLU 4 McNeese 3 NLU 9 Centenary 0 NLU 3 McNeese 3 NLU 8 Belhaven 1 11 NLU 6 Louisiana Tech 3 Baylor 5 NLU 4 North Texas State 6 NLU 3 NLU 9 LSUNO 0 Tulane 9 NLU 0 NLU 8 Louisiana Tech 1 Lamar 7 NLU 2 Mississippi State 4 NLU 2 Memphis State 5 NLU 4 NLU 7 NSU 2 Tulane 5 NLU 4 Big Gold Invitational Tournament NLU sth of 10 teams Southern State Invitational Tournament NLU 2nd of 5 teams Bulldog Classic NLU 3rd of 4 teams :Ag 'ml Q, ' ,,.f '1 ,,.- ' - , ., , ' 1 ,. A"f1'f ' - 212 4'- 7 ' . 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R iS1:':""!'.L: Nizqinfxx L ' issaaeu , Ju- Lgqglvig:-:f",f3 A R fi 1 L , 'Q ,,fJjy.t,a:, - E, 5 -w-. :LV WQA :Ay 'rr-ml--, X 5' iw-.J ' FW , K 1' ' 1 ja-I-. .L 1923 iLrQgaJ"-' - F ' - ' - , . axe W L Track and Field Team im Upton arren Shanklin Bennie Archie Mark Hart Willie Cole Iimmy Brown Scott Rowdon Fred Gordon Freddie Philley Roger Landry jimmy Wallace Kenny Mann Pal Gladney im Cerda effrely Scott hil rown Dortie Moore Steve Gross Ed LeLeux Leon Preston Dwayne Simpson Mike Smith Clyde Heard immy Edwards erry Trahan Bob Groseclose . . . coach Track and Field Results Louisiana Tech All-Comers NLU 4th of 11 teams White Oak Invitational NLU 3rd of 8 teams Lousiana Tech Invitational .Q ij NLU 2nd of 4 teams rs Tr- ,,n. McNeese Triangular A , NLU 3rd of 3 teams . ' , ' ' W L, "' SFA Relays 4. iii- i,,jfIf11TQI ijiyylkf -ff--I NLU 4th of a teams T 5 ,ig Cowboy Relays ff' QILU Zrladlof 8 teams -. :'- 1 ' exas e a s NLUhscored, 1 lgciint f- i:'3':',",fQ4:-1-'--"l"""T":l"-1-j1','2':"7Ff':w fFi'FE3ZEfQ'1?i5Qf'fggfEjQ T"""'f L Sout western e ays .. - LM" Tiling----7 ' NLU scored 19 points 4 .T LT' Northwestern Relays - it -T : I NLU 2nd of 4 teams T - n -A i..' ' -' - f Four-Team Meet f"i 'J , .. 1- . - -.-14 NLU 2nd -"' A , 2 :- t lf' , xiii NLU didn't score A - L NLU Invitational .f R' ig " - -- " X- 1" , .iw?'5 NLU 3rd of 4 teams Ira D ? la 1: ,, xl? W W A . ' , .. . .ML . 'ww .. IJ, . Q ' w, I ,-U 'I . -' -+3 '. vb v,,'gd35-, " . 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J i n 7 11' 'fd G' SH , 5 I Y 5' ""fIr A4 'v , I Ji ' f x kiln if Q Golf Results Dual Matches NLU 365 Eastern Illinois 404 NLU 283 Louisiana Tech 308 Tournaments Mardi Gras Tournament-NLU 2nd of 8 teams Recreation Tournament-NLU sth of 19 teams McNeese Intercollegiate Invitational-NLU 1st of 5 teams Miami Invitational-NLU 11th of 47 teams Mississippi State Invitational-NLU 4th of 8 teams Southern Sr.-jr. Collegiate Invitational-NLU 2nd of 9 teams Louisiana Intercollegiate-NLU 4th of 11 teams Holiday in Dixie Tournament-NLU 1st of 10 teams Balance is the descriptive word for NLU's golf team. Less than six strokes separated the low and high average scores for eighteen holes, and less than one stroke separated the top three performers. Doug Farr and Robert Shelton each had 73.8 norms. Last year's team leader, Eddie Green, was third with an average of 74.4. The Indians won both of their season's dual matches and gar- nered two top -prizes and two seconds in tournament play. Well-tra- veled might also describe the golf team. Match sites stretched from Ft. Worth, Texas to Miami, Florida. Perhaps the best showing of the season was the second place finish in the Southern Sr.-Ir. Collegiate Invitational. NLU was bested only by SEC champ Georgia, and finished ahead of Auburn, Mississippi State, and Georgia Tech, among others. NLU's Robert Shelton took the in- dividual low score honors. Post-season honors came to Doug Farr. Doug became the first Northeast golfer to be invited to the NCAA University Division Tournament held at Cape Coral, Florida, during the summer. In all, the season was one of Northeast's finest. The golf team stepped up to university competition in fine style. 'I ISXX "." 5- 'I X 4 A4, V in l 3: '-. f' l tt. U 1 . w 1 1 l 1 1 X Golf team Doug Farr Robert Shelton Eddie Green Eddie Lyons Tommy Carter Glenn Rarnbin Tom Mi11er...Assistant coach Don E1len...coach X , 1 . '-X K 1 ,qv Generally the summer months are un- eventful in a school's athletic program. Not so with the 'summer of '72'. Early in the summer Dixie White, head coach and for- mer athletic director. left NLU and the search was on for a replacement. The spring had already seen the addition of Don Ellen and Doug Matthews to the staff. On Iuly 11, Ollie Keller was named the new head coach and one week later Burley Crows was named defensive coordinator. .. r--:.S-I? 1 1- . SX-X, f G! V ' s 1 gd "Q: ', J - 22 ' 1 ,K . Wi 6 .11--1-1 55 - L, N W 1 A x 5' , D . ff: 2 7 ' , ,. Le-- ,r,,. . X, . - . , . A , it . 4 V M ,-V '- ' . ' S - ,K ff, 'Z , AJ-"' Q H -Jiffff' - "b-.K A l 5 1:1 ,za fi-1- ' 15- H f., ',,!SfE4'25i-1 +?:,I:T -' :f'fP'i-,::L,.'l'-af f ff. :V17"'?"fQ'4f-f'K'.5, ' 1 ,,, . .-.,..-gf' -, y...'L:.s- -.Aw "Ii."'... " ' V u ,yn - .. .A fgf1 21jg,5gi,-:gr-,Lg-f .1:ff '- - '- Q, .mr ' n x , - , I . " f S, ax . 4. 3, , Y 2 , IX ... , .., Y Vw gpm-B-d .X K '.,:'n 1. , pn . 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CROSS COUNTRY Cross Country Tearn: Freddie Philley Dwayne Simpson Dennis Patterson Dean Parker Iim Hays Ben Lyle Leon Preston Iimmy Edwards Pal Gladney Terry Trahan Bob Grosec1ose...coach P I ,,. ff gf lm 5 .Muse Q- Season Results: i NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU NLU Marines MSU Richmond NSU. nnnn at Nicholls McNeese Southeastern ASU Drake 1 , Louisiana Tech 1 Jimmy Edwards, HB 10 Joe Kennedy, QB-DB 11 Charles lChuckJ Friemel, 12 Scotty Dyer, OB-DB 13 Don Smith, QB 14 Tom Arnold, QB 15 Joe Adamo, QB - 17 John Foster, QB 18 Johnny Buckelew, DB 19 Danny Lee, P 20 Jack Fraser, WR-DB 21 Gerald Prince, WR 22 Rubin Jones, WR 23 Sid Rhodes, DB 24 Flay Meredith, WR 25 Duane Billings, WR-DB 26 Flay Boone, DB 27 Mike Albritton, HB 28 Charlie Wood, HB 29 Charles Hankins, WR 30 Tim Weatherford, FB-DB 31 Alex Stewart, FB 32 Richard Frederickson, DE 78 FOOTB LL NORTHEAST INDMNS 33 Don Stroderd, FB 34 Randy Poisso, FB 36 Don Kerst, DB 37 John Brown, DB 38 Sid Jones, HB 39 Gil Matherne, FB 41 Mike Smith, DB 42 Joel Hanberry, DB 43 Greg Manley, DB 44 David Manzella, DB 45 Don LeBoyd, HB 47 Lenny Wilson, HB 48 Charles fChipperl Simon, DB 51 Jim Causey, C 52 Steve Speirs, LB 53 Charlie Poisso, LB 55 Mark Parker, C 56 Glenn Richardson, LB 59 Ronald Badau, T 61 Clayton Blades, T 64 Keith Hickman, MG-LB 65 Mike Vercher, G-T 66 Grover Mann, OG Coaches Ollie Keller Burley Crowe Don Ellen Doug Matthews Billy Hendrix Bill Dotson Charles Martin , . .trainer 67 Ernie Fioussel, OG 68 Steve Lorio, G-LB 69 Tommy Gros, OG 70 Hugh Murphy, OT 71 Roy Peters, DT 72 Mike Hyle, T 73 Danny Roussel, OT 76 Bill Trotter, MB 77 Jimmy Jones, OT 78 Dickie Robinson, T 79 George iBubbaj Ellis, 80 Rusty Brown, WR 81 Ken Ellender, DB 83 Scott Brady, E 85 Phil Brasher, TE 86 Errick Stephens, DT 87 Wayne Ftoussel, TE 88 Steve Mullis, DB 89 Kerry Roussel, K 91 Frank Landry, DE 92 Chester Pleasant, DE 94 Jimmy Fordham, T T .15 Q 1 V1 'P -1 5 f 'ff U .a- ' if , I E, wi iv 1 'GET 'Q Q-. 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The biggest new name was Iirnrny Edwards. So with a combination of the old and the new, the 1972 season began. The team took the field against the Marines amid predictions of greater football glory for Northeast... 3 g5f':,'l"-1:1 ll! --V -," -11 . ...And indeed the season did begin on a high note as NLU won a hard fought vic- tory over the Quantico Marines 10-6. As predicted Edwards ran rampant for the Monroe crowd 132 carries for 156 yardsl, and Don Smith was accurate I7 for 10 for 85 yardsj. The defense proved sturdy and opportunistic. Danny Roussell's 32 yard field goal was set up when Steve Lorio intercepted a Marine pass. Keith Hick- man sealed the victory with a drive stopp- ing tackle late in the game...however things weren't so bright as the Indians hit the road. Taking on major opponents, NLU ran into rock-ribbed Mississippi State and came away smarting. The 42-7 defeat left the Indians somewhat shaken as they treaked to Richmond for a game with the University of Richmond Spiders. Richmond scored all its points in the first half and held on for a 17-0 win. Coach Keller ,summed up the game, "They fthe teaml realized in that second half that Richmond wasn't beyond our reach." ...after a rough two weeks on the road the Indians returned to Brown Stadium for a clash with the NSU Demons. NLU entered the game trying to protect a two year win skein over the Demons. NLU scored first...Steve Lorio recovered a NSU fumble on the Demon 36...Edwards plunged into the line on seven consecutive plays picking up the TD from six yards out. The half and third quarter ended with NLU ahead 7-3 and playing conservative- ly to protect their lead. In the fourth quarter Indian miscues took their toll, and a tired, over-worked defense yielded two touchdowns. The game was a real let-down-the Indians had led up to the fourth quarter... -ii? 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Thus the season ended-3-7. It was a season that saw many records fall or be tied -23 to be exact. Of course jimmy Edwards led the way. He set or tied eight records on his way to being named to the Associated Press Little All America team..I-Iis final stat sheet read, 280 rushes for 1, 328 yards-both state records. Also figuring in the record setting was wide re- ceiver Rubin Iones I5l and punter Danny Lee 131. Their records were NLU team marks. While 3-7 is not nearly the best season record ever by a NLU team, the slate includ- ed the toughest foes every and, considering the fourth quarter losses, the record could have easily been re- coaching staff has said it versed. Of course statistics merely means working hard- must be interpreted and the BI' f1BXt year!! T -in-si . ..,. , ,QI..,. 'lffjgf ' F A 4 5 1 gif if ' 9 -xg . +l"0' H .W M I g W 2 - 1-12 - i i E BASKETBALL NLU 91 NLU 69 NLU 78 NLU 73 NLU 83 NLU 70 NLU 76 NLU 75 NLU 95 NLU 52 NLU 85 NLU 55 NLU 78 NLU 83 NLU 100 NLU 73 NLU 80 NLU 76 NLU 81 NLU 95 NLU 74 NLU 87 NLU 71 NLU 80 NLU 74 Southeastern Middle Tennessee Mississippi LSUNO West Texas State Eastern Michigan Bradley East Carolina North Texas State Louisiana Tech Houston Baptist Southeastern Wichita State So. Mississippi Corpus Christi Northwestern Louisiana College Northwestern McNeese Houston Baptist Louisiana Tech Corpus Christi McNeese Louisiana College Middle Tennessee 72 73 90 72 86 67 108 83 82 65 86 67 77 86 83 65 76 vo gory so gory 86 73 81 87 71 68 , 5 I 'lu ' "I Ki X . 1 I U 0 v I I I , f , ,N 9 N ll S .. , - - j I I 7 X .. , if i , J .L C ' r A U Q - gn 3-A' I 'N - . . sg5gQ..1u'-,.. T sf- A The best way to describe the NLU round- ballers as they entered the 1972 season was short. The team was short in stature fthe tallest man being 6'7"j and short on ex- perience lwhile three regulars were seniors the entire supporting cast was either young and inexperienced or just inexperiencedj. The early results were much as could be expected considering the strength of the competition. Going into a long homestand linterrupted only by an away contest with Northwesternj The Indians were 5-9 and headed for a sub-par season. At that point the Indians jelled into an extremely solid ball club, and the earlier narrow defeats were reversed to Indian wins. Perhaps the culmination of the season came before a packed house on a bitter, cold Febru- ary night as Northeast upended the proud Tech Bulldogs. When time ran out fthe final buzzer was never heardj the Indians held a well deserved one point lead. After five straight defeats at the hands of the Techman, victory was indeed sweet!!! For coaches Lenny Fant and Benny Hol- lis, the season had to be gratifying. Their ability as coaches was obvious to all by the season's end. To try to pick out stars is dif- ficult. Mike Rose and jesse Burnette were separated by a narrow margin for team leader- ship in scoring and rebounding. Ierry lin- gles also averaged in double figures in scor- 5- A , , -4 t-C777 " 4 9 ,Q I W. ing. Bob Carson showed his abilities as he "Quarterbacked" the club and led the team in assists. Tommy Grubb and Dave Farrell both saw duty as the fifth starter. Grubb, a freshman, came on strong at the end of the season. The Indian success was a team effort, and the rest of the squad came through with clutch plays from time to time. 1 . -:9:T SEE rsv- ll vi V141 riiivihl "'!'2'2E'.-- - ... -QR V': 'Ei""""imA ' 9 Q venlullld W M3 J EA 12. X f Northeast Indians 1972-73 Varsity Bob Carson Ierry Iingles Ricky Rayl Mike Burch Mike Rose Tommy Grubb Steve Karnmerman Mike Fletcher Iesse Burnette Dave Farrell Gralin Davis Harold Edwards Roger Green David Pickett 3, '? '5i,3",AAf 'Y -1 'QC' Y- I DLP.- 1124-A 314 u W 'S .2 ' 'Z J., 5:- , -wr 4 i -gm ,i '11 i 5.1. uf .'1. Y ,5Qj,Tf' -'w--' -ff R- ,-., , I 1 1 .i jar . N -'i Y wi .f f. N . 'nz up -??'.. Q? Lv in H1 , 4 mn. ,. - Muni, H , ,.,.,,, , , hx W Yxx. . rf'-421-' :Q-I-W :5ilTQli'LZf.A A-,. ,Q . ' Lf- 'f-ga' Q O 2- ,E P '," V: .Ab i 'D' . lv -.1. I A ' , 8 - I ',-' pg . A g HA . i' 3 ff ' J a NHT 31 .,L,' 1, :Q -. . -l -. . A . M - ' 'aa' f E2 , , 1 1 . , i - W , Fin ' " V " I A ga? ' W. i I -,f H 4' NM: . A -f .. IL I if Q , sy 6 A 1 .ff if i ,Lmnqi uqngv, .J '1.-.I ' 41-l'il..:!lbibJgu -0 -0 1-'O 0 -Q gb iv, l! The NLU Braves enjoyed another fine season under new coach Bobby Welch. Leading scorer for the Bra- ves was freshman David Pickett, a 6'7" postman. A 6'8" freshman Roger Green led in rebounding. Re- turning for another year of IV service was pointman Randy Pierce who quarterbacked the team. Iunior Varsity Squad: Randy Pierce Charles DeLaCroix Ioe Clanton Rance Cram Don Philley Wesley Boddie Randy Albritton Roger Green Steve Kamerman David Pickett BRAVES M7 X"-4. iw 'vb ' v QQ' 11. Jn , n ', S 1 l'-fx N 11,4 , v Mp? I 'Ha -'ul ,,lV', L , ,Z x if 5 15? I km! ..a Gymnastics Team: Captain Randy Snow-Senior-All Around Per- former Captain Glen Venator-Senior-All Around Performer Ioe Collura-Senior-Rings and Floor Exer- cises Paul Borden-Freshman-All Around Perfor- mer Airey Baringer-Freshman-All Around Per- former Gordon Rucker-Sophomore-Pommel Horse and Rings David Domengeaux-Iunior-Floor Exercises "N, .Su 1 . W 2,--31552, X ,5 X. F Y i 1 45. -g, ,' L. bw-'T' Q... i '5 , u-of .Wx alkali I 'H ,Tx-,: I mf.-1 'I I' I 1-if K , I , . 1 1, .. -.N .A ,I 3 ,, ,.,,.v., M, -' '14-Yr, WAS? I .I I - ., r ,:. , , . ,. V, ,Q ., , 'fl flflklib . 'ff Playing a conspicuous role in the NLU basketball program are the "Ten Little Indians." The "Ten Little Indians" are actually sixteens co-eds who rotate as pom-pom girls at all home games. To those who have watched the group for the past several years, the improvement shown in this year's group is noticeable. Their performance is evidence of hours of prac- tice. The "Ten Little Indians" are led quite ably by Captain Pam Stewart. The girls are Kathy Walters, Paula Potts, Cay Eas- on, Brenda Savage, Dena Emmons, Micki Solornan, Mary Ann Barnes, Trish Canter- bury, Susan Malson, Diane Cater, Ian Han- kins, Deanne Moody, Ian Hudson, Debbie Martin, and Cindy Snead. ,L .QE WARBONNETS 1972-73 WARBONNET S: Jennifer Hartz Karen Nix Paula Potts Marcia Ochs Nancy McDanieIs Trish Canterbury Donna Douglas Gay Eason Nancy Davis Dena Emmons Carolyn Riley Mickey Solomon Cindy Smith Jan Hudson Debbie Roark Brenda Savage Cindy Snead Pam Stewart Susan Hudgens Patti Hartmant Karen Frantom Jan Hankins Alicia Albritton Kathy Walters Diane Moody Janet Ford Debbie Martin Gloria Williamson Gretchen Cole Diane Cater Linda Miles Eva Morris Terri Richardson Susan Malson Mary Ann Barnes Susan Crowe Ellen Dewey Brenda Boyette Eileen Lastowskyt Debbie Hayes Rhonda Cantrell Debb Craftt Karen Cherry Joy Bordelon Michelle Canterbury t'Captai ns 1? ' K If I' ,1 X i v -: A K. 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A frus- trating season of boosting spirit finalized by the 74-73 basketball upset over Louisi- ana Tech. W v V w P l NLU MARCHING BAND ,, y- --V ,-iwY.V,. Y,.-?- R 5 I ' n ag 'Q ne- if 155 I lf: 5 H 'ru .v' ' 'W "' - '.--Wvf'!""...l: bi ,, V A t . f. - 3 A I, ,I . -...,, V 1 x 5 au-. ,xv ..-,..--Q, ., , ,rg 'Pup ' A AM ,-nf.-33 .L-we V - 'f Y ,. .- Y -- ,M,,,.....n ' ws . A K, N s x 'M Y 2 EQ it .4 I V' E V J 1 'Y "" .4 I N f ,, , Q . +- xv X . . 5 if 1' . N, 8f1s'L',MgQ-' Wm-,Qing c", , -' .K M, FW, I Nz H ': wg -1-, 9 . L- - u"fi, xi V I 1 -,Q if A ',,np'KS1Iyi"""fg,Y -'hifi . 5 ,H . xv , a x AM. '. wr Vx .EQIA5 Biff, my 'A' L65 -G3 H.. v. .QQ Sz' wh 1 e 1 ku - 5 lf , ' . i 'N 'L X ,Ax -A 50.4 ,- . XM .qxlit 'C' A ff 1-Alai' .,-1 4 ' ---1-",j'f-igj..1 -x, GU CSL-Q f'4.-1Q.5'i1g Y-f'3"3C"Z: ' 515+ - Y Q, Heli Xgxyf, :bv - x . Ox-'V 35.43, ,Tlx ,QI '-.SmL7"51'f L-Lg A . 'asf ,4 "Q: silfllgfn I ulgif ,l a- It A w,,x. 85, 1 L ' 177 29,7 v I Q' ,JE - 1? QL ,A L, ., hz, xiii! Z ,T K4 I' 51,1 ,k9,. V '?iT'if'?2if ' 4"4Ifff w""'+1 f f w V UW' 1 f ' ' , A,i",'T3 ,A ,l t- jp 4 , V ., 41, es, ., TM- ' . l' ..-W' 'JF 4 R ll Wt MVAA - fat M A an, A ' B X I 3 TJ T Os 542' I . si ff " A I a t 1 T T ' QQ ee W 4 , ,t ' ' Q 'igziik f ' B i f? Ti 0 44 f -vm. Co-ordinating a comprehensive Intra- mural program for both men and women students are Dr. Charles Buck lfor menj and Miss Betty Faught lfor womenj of the Health and Physical Education Depart- ment. Among the many activities sche- duled are: Football, Archery, Tennis, Bad- minton, Basketball, Pool, Table Tennis Volleyball, Wrestling, Bowling, Weight Lift- ing, Horseshoes, Softball, Golf, Skish Track, and Swimming. X 8 f-'Fi' RW 91' N I . -YH.,.--....,, 4--w .... . ., .....-....-- 5, I '-.' xx . ' ' Qi? 'ini ...Q . " ,V ,, 'ful 1 , , 1' 9 ii' fn' .e - -. ' . .-15-. " 4 r .- , , L., ', xxwa: A Q 'fiflfl' ' ' " Y w ff- -aaa l ' iq' - lr ,T . 3, I 1 1. -1 4, . 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J W Brown-eyed brunette Mary lane: Hawkins from 'Ferri- day, Louisiana reigned as Miss Northeast Louisiana University during 1972. Mary lane is a Iunior voice ma- jor at NLU and currently holds the title of fourth runner- up in the Miss Louisiana Pageant. She also won the talent competitions in the' Miss Louisiana Pageant sing- ing Bert BacaraCh's tune. "A House is Not a I-Iorne.' A hauntingly beautiful November afternoon. It was as if the thunder storms the night before had been deliberately planned so that NLU might present the freshest possible face for Homecoming. Clear skies and bright smiles were the order of the day, and not even ,an Indian defeat could erase them. President George Walker ,presented Queen Susan Odom with a bouquet oft flowers during the crowning cere- monies. Senior Maud Debbie Shergalis and Junior Maid Tern Richardson ii'- I Maid mf Honor Sandy Undenfvood and Queen Susan Odom. I-Vl.f11qF1-f 'fr r' ' 'in' ' 'A '. fi? " 1" 2 f f ' ' ML-'.,f,: 'L Frfeslmfeasa Maid Garzxiy Capes gmc? SopZ'.9rnoz'e wieic. Ellie Carbs' J We 'iggk Ev Y. In Greek display competition Phi Mu emerged victorious with Theta Xi and Alpha Omicron Pi tak- ing second and third places respectively. Theta Xi also won first place in fraternity com- petition. 1-20 "Reaching Out" for vic-tory in a football game, display competition. and perhaps for' goals somewhat more elusive. A campus said to be somewhat apathetic waxed enthusi- astic as crepe paper and ternpra paint reigned triumphant. Phi Del- ta Chi was pronounced winner of both general organizations and Sweepstakes competition. Olin Hall captured the dormi- tory competition for the second consecutive year. . 4 ',' 'ff '1'T':e'uz'- A: MM Representing 122 X- Theta Xi Fraternity -if W? -J F' Q A Lv.. Representing Panhellenic Council c'Q 1 mf I fn 1, gfjshf -.. , 'J M, 4 iw ,. :M 49' 'B -ff., . Tri- Ag S ,- . 52111 fcSmmQA, Representing Alpha Ornicron Pi Sorority lf Representing Phi Mu Fraternity 7 , W I -it 1 At the annual Military Ball, Susan Kimball was elected Queen. Carolyn Wright was chosen runner-up. LAMDA DELTA Lucy Backstrom Vallerye Branton Sammie Beam Patricia Bell Sheryl Brilll Dianne Chesteen- Deborah Christman Karen 'Cole Theresa Cupit Carol Dixon, Bonnie Ekle Susan Eubanks Charlotta Fincher Nancy Fly Janet Ford Michelle French Cheryl Friemel Deborah 1 Gremillion Karen Hayward Marjorie Henderson Mary Hickman Robin l-lolstead Trudi Hopper Margaret Jue Sharon Keith Karen Lovell Mona Mayo Dorothy McCoy Christy McElroy Marjorie McKaskle Gladys Miller Ola Moore Melba Nappier Connie O'Conner' Prudi Parks Trudi Portie Susan Reeder Rebecca Robertson Christina Fiomig Donna Romig Jana Schaller Deborah Smith Denise Tassin Ftenee'Taylor Karen Trahan Darcelle Vermillion Sally Walpole Kathy Walters Wanda Williams Gloria Williamson Beveyly Younger P1-11 ALPHA T1-IETA IJ 134 Richard Anzalone Dorothy Bergeron Clyde Caselton Peter Davis Hugh Eley Arlyne Everm Thomas Franklin John Hammons Stanley Hargus Coleen Johnson Allyson Jones Deborah Lourza James Mcllwaln Regina McLean Kathryn Mynck Lloyd Pace Jr Kathryn Pardue Mary Anne Percy Alice Pipes Kendall Ryland Charlene Shanas Ross Shura Steve Simpson Thomas Spencer Jr Toby Stewart Cynthia Tripp Gall Wallace ulsala..-r..'-f,, ,- - ,, , -.- A-AJ: .,Q...1 J-, .nf 'J-.. I Y, -nk.. pi r ,LPQQXA .Ari Pat'ricig.Agi31v A D,f:wi'd' Baker Mickey Qvliieljperr Beth' Diedrich Anthtiriy' Falcone' Randall' Fuller Ifudidt-h Gannaway Teresa Green Ilohn Haminons Stanley Harguds Ioy Hathorn Kay Iniina Ijerry Jones Bernice Kemp Carol Kimball Edward Klein, I,an'e't Konclirisky Karen Letolirheau Iudith Lombardino Alv-in Lui Bruce McCormick Maureen McGe'eVer' Randall Nichols. Pam Odom r Mary Apne Percy Cheryl ,Poind-exter Iudith Primeaux l WHCTS Martha Adams Mrchael Albntton Mary Davld Baker Elrzabeth Baldwm Robbre Bazer Lyn Becnel Dorothy Bergeron Arlene Bordelon Jlmrrry Brantley Tonr Brookreson Bette Brown Ruth Bruner Vrckye Burgess George Cagle Danny Cam Bobby Canterbury Hamlet Carter Kon Chesney Adrrenne Cole Benjamtn Cooper Katheryn Crawford Carole Crews Mrckey Culpepper Betty Danna Charles DePoe Deborah Doles Danrel Dupree WIIIIS Edmonds Arlyne Eventt Sharon Fant Reynolds Faulk Gary Ferguson Davrd Florenza Bernardrnl Fontana Ellen Fomnberry Mary Foster Sherry Freeland Claude Fuller Patncra Garland Henry Garner Carol Gates Donald Hamnetl Flonald Hamnett John Harnmons Ruta Handlex Joy Hathorn Allce Haynes RlCh8fd Haynes Charles Hodgkrns Bobby Holstead T E Holtzclaw Lonnle Hood John Hunter Anne Johnson Sarah Kllpatrlck Carol Kimball Janet Konclnsky Faerle Lalleld l lnda Leek Lourse Lemert Wrllram Lrles John Luck John Luffey Alvln Lul Patsy Maxwell Van McGraw Jane McKenzre Rebecca McKellrpS Cllfton Mlller Laura Muller Leah Muller Bryan Mrlls Thomas Mrtchell Walton Moore Frank Morgan Kathy Murray Randy Nrchols Barbara Norns Dorothy Norris Pamela Odom Lloyd Pace Elizabeth Perot Elrzabeth Pohlson Cheryl Polndexter Benny Popwell James Potts Glenn Powers Connre Fteeks Palrlcla Ryder Marla Sampognaro Dennrs Sanchez Karen Sanders Kathryn Schech Domlnrck Sclmrca Margle Serlo Patsy Sadoln James Slack Kenneth Spear Harry Stewart Toby Stewart Sammye Shgall Charles Swrndle Joyct. Toylar Cynthla Tripp Catherine Underwood Martha Varnado Roy Varner Dwrght Vlnes Frances Vines George Walker ball Wallace Bruce Wheeler r ' 3 PHI KAPPA PHI GUVERNMEN T Left to Right: Parlia- mentarian Jim Mayg Advisor Dean Murphyg Vice President Judi El- Ierbeg President John Hammonsg Secretary Debbie Shergalisg Treasurer Gary Cooper. 138 Student Government Association SGA President John Hammons Judi EIIerbe,Vice-President as ' Debbie ShergaIis,Secretary Upper Left,Gary Copper, Treasurer 5 fi Z N A . iq fi Q P it Senior Class President Wayne Falconeg Junior Class President Graduate School Senator Larry Eason. Lynn Lincecumg Sophomore Class President Elmer Noah. Standing, Freshman Class President Bill Leeg Freshman Senator Tim Foster.Seated, Fresh- man Senator Rhonda Martin. Upper-Standing, Liberal Arts Sena- tors Larry Pettietteg Finley Cartwrightg Bruce Matulichg Chris Anthony. Seated, Senator Karen Lovell. Middle-Standing, Pure and Applied Sciences Senator Barry Mor- gan. Seated, Senators Karen Kelly: Cheryl Friemelg Margo Myers. Lower-Standing, Pharmacy and Al- lied Health Professions Senator Mike Hollier. Seated, Senators Beth Pohlsong Janet Fordg Ginger Lindowg Kris Draper. 141 Dean Murphy offers players Lynda and Lynn advice during the NLU SGA-Tech SGA football game. 1 K., Business Administration Senators-Standing, Jim Luckg Robert Wilkinsong Bill Rauschkolb. Seated, Richard Powellg Kay Leeg Todd Moore. ' Education Senators-Standing, Larry Millerg Don Stephensg Richard Woodward. Seated, Nancy Flyg Adrienne Poss Judy Defeeg Lynda Sadler. Union Board Chairman Greg Wallace ! 5 Q5 Q5 .fa I - Q.,-5 uw' Union Board U1 Fii '.l 'x ., fly 1 Q . H , ' iii? Y :- ,Q 1.24, -.ag Q .. -SE W 1 , 1-2 , .ft 4 1 , Ku. S11 1 N15 '11 M 11 L 1 1 --1 fir 'H se: A' I 1 1 1 11 1 1 51 ..,.. M, lr gr W. 8T00i '1fT2'?!5A ' , -, 1,1 - lLK 1, ii. 111 1 rd 13 f 221 r u ,Wm W 1: 1 1 If 111 !,, 1 Q 1 1 gk M , ,1 Y V I AQ . fl 'H' 1 1,1 . ,- mmafi 111 ra 59 111 iii ' S29 1 W. 1 W .iz SE 12 111 1 11 :nw vm J gy Q1 1 x 1 13 ssl ,, mn. Silky A' 1 BEEN ' 1 L , 43+ f'N?t4?f,v , Secretary Susan Odom X fc x fra- Treasurer Todd Landrum "AfE"'Y Xu ,Vi ,. ' f .,x4::,.' l V- sf' 4 - 7 ' W .. 4.'-, ." , ', i Vice Chairman for Student Life Doug Caldwell 427-15 V "-w.'A -VVS: Qi 'is 5 .5.L.,. WX t vii Ylgfix t . XXXXWK M I Vice Chairman for Entertainment Janet Koncinsky X if f Upper-Movie Committee Members Larry Eason: Vergie Butlerg Chairman Justine Soileau. Middle-Big Name Entertain- ment Committee Members Pat Byrdg Kathy Lolleyg Gail Scroggins. Lower-Hospitality Com- mittee Members Rebecca Whittingtong Doug Holmesg Landa Belly Linda Ann Kellyg Chairman Linda Alleng Roy Rosenthal. di ff -4 'inn' E ,fl-'LGI UppelhPublicity Committee Members- l Cindy Deblieux: Beth Bryant: John Tarverg Vebbie Bishop: Jenny Sylvester: Paulette Beninate: Chairman Joe Wray, Middle-Public Affairs Committee Members-Chairman Lloyd Reynolds: Ginger Roos: Greg Smith: Lillian Washington: Frank Ardoin: Glenda Powell. Lower-Recreation Committee Members- Chairman Lou Hammons: Regina Burgess: Keith Baker: Jackie Kelsoei Susan Taylor: Donny Ducote. ,- ,Q -. 4? .-V. ,333 1-:SN Q, A ,gl 5' A" 1 If wg Q' A-Js ia ,4..:.,..-... Council of Resident Women Students Soclal Chalrman Georgett Corbin: Secretary-Treasurer B MILITARY ,r"""'-- '--v-.. - w- P""' 'U- 127' 'sf J bw. ,f ." . , 4 ag Q 1' , 5 . I, eq JVL. ' -':' 1 - - S r I ' xl 5 ,Y I I " n i s ' lx x V .' -af' L' s If , I " Q - ' ' ,g . 1. ,f :Z 1, .,. . 5 , vu .Q bfilfx . . U r Q. in., . 'f . 5.5, .-A "gs U - 2 2?L5-.-,f.,., I gs.- .1 I I ig ' 41' v .1 f"'l9- f- -sg,-.. ' ..' ,:-. Q 1 Israel Hernandez 2 Chris Soignier 3 Mac McCormick 4 Tim Sykes Executive Officer 5 Mike Migues Commanding Off 6 Capt. Canceilare Advisor 7 Robert Santoro 8 John Ervine 9 Gary Galasso 10 James Baker 11 Robert May Training Officer In -" ai , ' 1 . 1 l , LA " ' ! in . -'A I - , 'Q' -, . Q 5 5: ' -. if Q N . . Y f .ev M- JL., ' --.4 1 ,. 1 ve i ' i -Q .. 37' :Wi ,- 'N' . ' - 4, ,. 5 1 -. 4- . , no r M., , 5 'ii 1, r. , A V 1 .5 " ,,.. - 3' D- K 5 "i":."Xf ix. W s, 'N-. A, L ,sw .J 'H 'birth .w,,y1 'fa r 'mx-1:12 '-'-W1lns.vtv 'FK fi Bayou Raiders Scabbard and Blade 1 Cadet Capt. Michael Migues President 2 Cadet 1st Lt. Timothy D. Sykes Vice President Treasurer 3 Cadet 2nd Lt. Oliver Carroll Secretary 5 John Caldwell 6 James Slack 7 James Fritz 8 Gary Gallasso 9 Randall Kar! 10 Lonnie Hood 11 Harold Brakhage 12 Robert Santoro 13 David Moreland 14 James Harris 15 israel Hernandez 16 Frank Betanski 17 Mike Vance 18 Tom Guyton 19 Phillip Fried 20 Capt. Joseph C, Cancellare Advisor i t 4 Cadet 1st Sgt. Robert May 5 6 7 6 9 HJ 3 4 X I I L ' l if Q' N f PROFESSIONAL Student Chapter of American- Louisiana Pharmaceutical Association l 2 3 4 154K ' Student Nurses Association Donald Lynx Parliamentarian Larry Thomerson Ronald Scott Mohammed Mujtaba John Wood Bill Redo Bernard McDermott Regent Steve Norman Chaplin Thomas Hudspeth Louis Pavich 11 Kwok-hun Koo 12 Curtis Dykes 13 Tommy Leleux 14 John Zitzrnann 15 Theodore Eickholt Advisor 16 James Simpson Treasurer 17 Elam Stokes 18 Chris Cherry 19 Thomas Rinehart 20 Jerome Hensiak Assistant Advisor 33343389 Elsiiffa E 1 Kevin Santone 2 Frank Betanski 3 Ted Domingues 4 Todd Landrum Public Relations Coordinator 5 Bill Lockett 6 Tony Arpino Sergeant at Arms 7 Richard Brooks 8 Steve Shurr I Secretary 9 Bill Clausen , 10 Don Teach 1 11 Robert Santoro 12 Reginald W. Ensminger ' 13 Bruce Megehee 14 Leo Rossler President 15 John Foster Vice President, Personnel 16 Richard Barbuto 17 David DeLoach 18 Tom Nicholson Vice President, Marketing Kappa PS1 Pharmaceutlcal Fraternit Elaine Ryan Secretary Judy Defee Treasurer Sue Lobaugh President Kathy Harkins Membership Chairman Sylvia Edmonds Parliamentarian Alice Haynes Historian William Franklin Publicity Chairman Don Stephens Vice President Marianne Futch Corresponding Secretary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Marie Paquette 1st Vice President Shiela Martin Music Chairman Beverly Gill Historian Jill Wibben Brenda Lions Mary Ann Vidrine 2nd Vice President Phyllis Foster Treasurer Mary Jane Hawkins Cynthia Sykes Mrs. Stanhope Sponsor Anny Ruth Smith Director of Publicity Kathy Marler Secretary Vickie Hodgekins Warden Marsha Anderson Student La. Teachers' Association 1 Q? 5 -a 1 2 3 li- K Delta Music Fraternity Omicron 1 2 9 National Collegiate Association for Secretaries 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 i 2 3 4 ZX- fp 41 1 Jim Packer 2 Gary Floshto 3 Dan Denton 4 Glen Davidson 5 Mike Price Malcolm Cheek Bob Bewick President Steve Walker William Foster Vice President. Professional Activities Butch Carol Jim Williamson Secretary Gary Ivy Historian Mickey Gorsage Chancellor Chuck Strickland Dr. J. W. Smith Advisor Rodney Thomas Flicki Stratton Pmcton Mooreland James Watson Ronnie Shelby Senior Vice President Thomas McClain I TEREST gr X nn. x 1 I2 .f' v F""" Chinese Student Association Foreign Student Association f if Z . Fluey Yuh Chen lDavidJ Philip Law Allen Yu Alvin Lui Peter Ng Yau Wai Fok Daniel Mui Yau Tai Wang George Chen Wai-Lok Wing-Kwan Yip Edward Ojomo Wendy Lee Federinda Taylor Manuela Fritz Bonnie Tung Y. M. Caroline Wong Angela Leung Delia S. W. Ng K. C. Chan Dennis Tso Michael Wong Che Kong Lee Foley L. Nash Sydney Wabara Rudy J. Rivera President Benjamin A. Idiong Carlos F. Samoza Manuel A. Somoza George Y. Sadik Issac K. Hallak Karim J. Fashho Hing-Wai Chan Ng Chak-Lam Yiu Yi Ming Lam Kuen Kwong Chan Njan Woo Ardan James Decker Treasurer Charles Poole Secretary John Hunter President Larry Favalora Vice President Rich McAImond Sergeant at Arms William Pickering Jimmy Walker Richard Sisson Terry Richards Jane Brown Jeff Wolf Phillip Bible Herbert Branch Ronnie Sharp Gary Ferguson Ronnie Stewart Dick Bonin John Nelson David Cook Kenneth Brown Jim Flynn Harley Pfieller Buddy Spicer Joe Denson Jeff Creel Rick Wiggins J. B. Caldwell Bobby Ensminger Bill Thrasher Jimmy Mayes Dwain McVay Tom Wesner Murphy Meyers John Cugali Hank Cooksey Charles Dorman Jerrold F. Bradley Advisor Agronomy Club ounce qgu emu. ee'-vncron nz man General Y f ,Q Sl Q Contractors ' A M9 Roger Wilson Vice President John Watkins Correspondent Carol Kincaid Forrest Mixon Secretary- Treasurer Ralph Ferris Michael French President Dr. Jasper Hammons Advisor Tom McConnell Carey Clack E :ffl-5-., .-f':- 1 .M-3' A Y' 'ift ii Kg Emi, 555' 5 21.1 , -of ' ' V J WL"'i. " lll 'Jil - ig, 'U W in ii .,:' Q.-:ii .L " '43,- , lf ' O vJ'V7i1f'k!"i ' 3 4 5 6 I W. 7 io g 10 4 11 4 12 13 14 15 -.1 1 2 Egg' npr 1, 1 5 -W .Hub " v A' Sharon White Ramaswany Vijaya Jean H. Chern Fon-shan Yeh C. G. Shugan George Fisher Frank Cloulier Randy Hillman Charles Lin Joseph Ho L, D. Johnson John Malvido Bruce Wheller Mike Papillon Lonnie Hood ,Q ii Societ of Physics Students Bonnie Odekirk Mary Foster Lizabeth Hutchison Michael Goertz Dellah Fioark Betsy Penot Craig Odekirk David King President John Laird Skeeter Lasuzzo Chumpon Kuentag Michael Craighead 2.11 ortheast Louisiana Geological Societ P9 Ken Ragland Vice President Dr. Leonard Young Advisor David Mann Peter Harrison Gary Stringer Danny Ford Vice President Tom Pollard President Connie Reeks Secretary Bessie Dorsey Treasurer Henry Strumpell Advisor Joe Brown Butch Miller Don Halter Jim Greenlee John Hutchins Ernest Downey John Cicero Eric Reuter 10 2i ,,.i 1 Wwe E 1 K", A i , al N I ' - .Y 4-iq! Data Processing 6 1 .0 ,, Management Association ' 2 i I -.3 "f fTgm.'fQ1i,f. - 'J E lit T ' W ki i -jg, x- - Y: 'Y' A +9 - " .f 'A' Q a 1 ' .- ifx N V -. 1' ,. - . , -4 -. . lfl i ik li ff - - r' .f - -1 - -- -1 1 it , , by , " 1 vp Q , , :iff 'xox 1 David Johnson V - ' i 1 1 I 4 J. ' I President 1 5, 1 2 Charles Bankester , , V ,, 4 Vice President i be n' af, y 3 Donna Neal ' Secretary :-1- K X Nl 4 Linda Miles Treasurer 5 Danny Collins 6 Liz Thompson 7 Janet Ochs 8 Elaine Jenkins 9 Stephanie Rodriquez 10 Carol Strahan 11 Nancy Peacock 12 Clair Sherman 13 Terri Womack 14 Dale Roberts 15 Donald Piazza 16 Kevin Benton 17 Jerry Lowery 18 Greg Williams D J is-J SICH1 3 Y Club 1 Zin, 4 fa i xr v V7 951 - ,aff A .f 'TZ-f X ie- Ff W-ge? Occupational Therapy Club 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Charlotte Sullivan Judy Hilburn Jackie LaFleur Janet Gunter Carol Christian Nigel Hall Deanne Fairley Judy Hudnall Carolyn Copeland Treasurer Jerri Ann Sarris Mary Beilard Karen Mims Cindy Coventon Charolette Dew Co-Service Chairman Ahab Dorrie Burnham Dana Lawrence Cindy Yates 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Patty Shoudy President Larry Adcock Co-Service Chairman Harriett Tucker Chris Plaisance Co-Senfice Chairman Wanda Gilbert Co-Service Chairman Mary Jane Ratcliff Jeannette Bison Linda Cockrell Carla Gaddis Floxanne Wehling Karen Laughlin Judy Crump Patsy Maxwell Rebecca Richardson Secretary Rose Wright 165 Dawn Tuttle Foley Nash Historian and Public Relations Aline Gosslin President Kenneth Williams Vice President Dale Cheek Treasurer Terri Grantham Secretary Prudy Parks Nancy Bozeman Jeannie Robertson Mimi Morgan Elaine Stotko Vicki Hermes Susan Rials Eileen Cloninger Frederick Adams Wllilllilif QQ pr' P 1'Tau Gamma Foreign Language Club l Jesslyn Stephens Amanda Woodell Charlis Estep President Alvin Lui Vice President Bernice Kemp Gay Boulware Beth Greenwood 3 9 I0 I 9 if Modern Dance Club ' I ., Sigma Alpha Chi Speech Pathology and Audiology Club i tt lit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Connie Sue Henderson Becky Flanagan Leona Mae Bobo Bobbie Jo Lovett Lynnell Flynn Barbara Gauthier Mary Brewton Marilyn Nola Maria Sawyer Carolyn Hinton Suzanne Soileau Susan Reeder Debbie Strong Susan Taylor Charlotta Fincher Jean Kilpatrick Susan Welch Kris Douglas Sue Seab Dr. Richard E. Doolin Debbie Gremillion Jane Robertson Peggy Montz Cindy Beaugh Public Relations Kay Roberts Secretary Jackie Hernandez President Joe McMakin Helen Schwartzenburg Vice President Anita Fowler Janet Isbell Susan Ebarb Christine Matthews Monica Scalia Dr. E. J. Kramar 168 Phi Delta Chi Ev' -A ,, 'fr l 4 'Q t. ' I . ....,,. , l Q elsif? than l 7 . f 3 fwtiiiaiiziaifii f l Wayne Falcone Treasurer Dominick Calderone Bo Farnes Bill Hanson Gary Folks Jerry Loftm Pledge Captain Donnie Scimeca Dale Becnel David Martinez Robert Rock Michael Benjamin Randy Hanks Mike Anding Dent Wood Raymond McCandlish Greg Smith Ralph Ruiz Eddie Klein Vice President 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Loyd Smith Bobby Munster Marc Smith Burt Archer Mike Kullman John Hlldenbrand Assistant for Professional Affairs Jack Blanche Joey Davis Dr. Archie Beebe Advisor Dr. Gary Ferguson John Nowlin Prelate Randy Stafford Daryl Newman John Guedry John Bull Glenn Brown Frank Inman Sal Russo Bill Colvin Assistant Correspondent Phil Beard David Poche John Hunter Gary Brinson Steve McBride David Spears David Snow 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Keith Hatfield Frank Holland Jerry Morton Dennis Hurley Joe Birdwell Scott Sevier President Dennis St. Pierre Assistant Treasurer Joe Vizena 169 Julia Boothe President Linda Hardy Vice President Debbie Marzula Secretary Kay Nugent Treasurer Guina Sylvester Joy Plants Pat Redd Gail Tyler Tanya Ganey Cathy Gebhardt Mary Wilson Cherrie Walker Jean Wyatt Betsy Sheets Catherine Jones Women's Recreation ai WW M 1 Joyce Paul Vice President 2 Wanda Strickland Secretary 3 K, B. O'DonneIl President 4 Dottie McEnery Guard 5 Debbie Christman Treasurer 6 Rachel Millet 7 Glynn Putnam 8 Diane Moody 9 Susie Smith 10 Laurie Plarick 11 Carolyn Shipp 12 Marilyn Herchenhahn 13 Jeannine Fiowdon 14 Pat Bates 15 Laura Upton Tw, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters WW Rotaract ' Compass e - 9 'UL N 'Z '3 Q "' 1 5 an l A 5 Patricia Willis Vicky Barnes Judy Johnson Marleen Finley President Janet Hiller Karen Nolen Susan Hart Sally Walpole Susan Duggins Marian Kilcoyne Karen Lovell Beverly Devine Peggy Leigh Sandy Deal Carolyn Colvard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Debbie Langley Elaine Flyan Sally Walpole Secretary Beverly Devine Nora Cloutier Pat Pate Frank Cloutier Lynnell Flynn Debbie Shergalis Laura Fulper Susan Duggins James Mcllwain President Rene McGee Steve Hutchins Daniel Dupree Advisor 171 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Terry Driskill Cindy Corolla Linda Guillory Tricia Sterling Jennette Bison Sweetheart Linda Jean Donna Dosher Debbie Hermann Dr. Spencer Advisor Haral Pedersen Frank McCloy Susan Odom Michael Ruppert Holland Flutkowski Treasurer Ralph Evans Bruce McCormick Michael Carter Jim Schulingkamp Randy Lovell Doug Craighead Don Stephens Mike Brasher John Keller President . n- CIFCIE K Kappa Epsilon Pharmaceutical Fraternity Wea EVM j' , ,...--M gr Q1 4,----W' ?3'l'!' V3 lii fiiwiri Donna Harrell Corresponding Secretary Lois Ferguson Advisor Vallie Long Vice President Kay Cannon President Lucy Sampognaro Advisor Sammie Beam Pledge President Suzanne McElwee Cindy Breaux Martha Holmes Chaplain Bona Benjamin Susan Nicherson Dianne McBride Recording Secretary Carliss Sampognaro Judy Primeaux Parliamentarian 15 16 1 7 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Ginger Brewer Marlene Firmin Patti Pope Vickie Holland Frances Hall Margaret Nuss Libby Cox Linda Leek Carla Roger Margaret Coon Evelyn Thompson Charmaine Brown Colleen Gurley Katherine Tauzin Janis Landry Joy Hawthorn Jerry Ann Jones Cindy Grubb Sharon Tubre Jodi Toliver Marsa Phillips Linda Baggarly Sarah Douglass Alice Caldwell Richard Price Bruce Newcomer Dennis Dosher Gayle Haynes Peggy Jones LaDonna Graves Ann Graves Mike Johnston Marshall Sevier Donny Creel Wendell Fordham Reggie Albritton Collegiate Farm Bureau Bruce Newcomer, President, Peggy Jones, Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Odom, Sweetheart, Reggie Albritton, Vice President. Mike Moore Gayle Haynes Representative Peggy Jones Public Relations LaDonna Graves Mr. Allen Advisor Ann Graves Susan Bridgewater Ellen Williams Randall Parker Glenn Fell Gail Moore Secretary- Treasurer Vickl Green Bruce Newcomer Marshall Sevier Bill Nelson Reggie Albritton Mike Johnston Vice President Wendell Fordham Public Relations Marsalle Hendrix New Gene May Charles McCormick Rodeo Club 325 Danny Creel Forrest Mixon William Fletcher Roger Wilson Degree Captain Peggy Jones Tom McConnell Gail Moore Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Paul Kapp Advisor Reggie Albritton President Delta Demeter Agrlcultural Fraternlty PERFORMI G ARTS .xsu T V Q., , w..,.,. .aj-.r :I J .,.uiig'g::..' ,r x , - urn, 1 . - .Q 'f,'I"' ' -r-,I Q - -if Q, . 1 :Ng 5 , l A .. Y 5 ---... .- w... .fqp , - -3 -v .-. -7. V , , , - . ,. - .4 4' 'L -Q. - .f- it X n TQ 1 A ' ff-'Nia' " -fi F.'1"3 fi 1' . i ' ,de , vi J, 4 ig M Li 1459-':'E im uh n ,W Another Part of the Forest, by Lillian Hellman. The first production of the spring semester told the story of a power struggle in a nouveau riche Southern family in the 1880's. Each of Marcus Hubbard's three chi1dren,tries to gain control of the family from their father. The way that Benjamin, oldest son, finally succeeds makes a chilling drama, and sets the stage for Miss I-Iellrnan's later play about the same family, The Little Foxes. Featured in the cast were Alan Lee as Marcus, Nancy Govang as Lavinia, the crazy mother, Debra G. Meadows as Regina, Butch Pace as Benjamin, and Doug Holmes as Oscar. A Cry of Players, by William Gibson. The fall production in Northeast Theatre featured William Gibson's fictionalized dramatization of Shakes- peare's youth, including the death of his young son Hamnet and the breakup of his marriage with Anne Hathaway. The large cast included Pac Zachary as Will, Peggy Byers as Anne, Butch Pace as Kemp, Kar- en Draper as Ienny, and Keith Kirby as Sir Thomas. fl Q ,ral fi-.1 Rigoletto, is the story of the court jester to the Duke of Mantua, whose only purpose in life is to protect his daughter, Gilda, from the intrigues of the court, is the dramatic setting for Verdi's exciting and throbbing score which the world has come to know and to love. Another play that was brought to NLU was William Shakespeare's The Tempest, which is a vision of ultimate human mys- teries. T. S. Eliot said, "the work of a writer who has finally seen through the dramatic action of men into a spiritual action which trans- cends all." In search of this vision, designer Irene Corey has created a lost Atlantis Isle for Prospero's mag- ic, proof against the cynicism of worldly earthlings, a place of crea- tures akin to the sea, phosphorescent and glowing against the black mys- tery of the deep. r,L' Beauty and the Beast, a fairy tale adapted for the stage by Mary Kate Tews. Rounding out the Children's Theatre Workshop for the summer of 1972 was the classic story of the enchanted prince doomed to roam the world as an ugly beast until re- deemed by the fair maid's kiss. The cast included Gay Caldwell as Beauty, Keith Kirby as The Beast, Pam Church as the storyteller, Iulie Green as the musician, Mary Sue Humble as the nasty sister Myra, Cam Aulds as Papa, and Connie Har- groder as the queen Zorina. 2Vsa+g?Hi ' Q..-. Rug ,. il' mir . .I -JT l -Tir if Tp- ll 'IL I- f ' , Ili' H , t I . gif ll 'it R, -rf .w E d 1 , A t Raisin in the Sun dealt with the black life in the ghetto of Chicago. The play exemplifies the problems of dreams that are constantly being frustrated. It deals with a mother trying to hold her fami- ly together in the midst of financial hardships and emo- tional turmoil. Two other plays that were presented by the NLU Theatre were Guys and Dolls and The Prime of Miss lean Brodie. Guys and Dolls, a musical fable of Broadway, by Frank Loesser. NLU jumped on the "Fifties Revival" bandwagon with the Runyonesque tale of the Broadway gangster who, while searching for a place to have a crap game fthe oldest-established-permanent-floating-crap game in New Yorkj falls in love with a sergeant in the Salvation Army after trying to take her to Havana on a bet. The Wedding was as hilarious as the courtship. The Prime of Miss lean Brodie, by Iay Presson Allen, starring Miss Mercedes McCambridge. Another in Northeast's continuing series of plays featuring guest artists, this modern tragedy tells of an unmarried school teacher whose concern for beauty jades her vision of truth. The NLU production featured TONY Award Nominee Mercedes McCambridge in the role of Miss McKay, headmistress of the exclusive girls' school. lean Brodie was played by Miss I. C. Huntley, drama critic for the Monroe News Star-World and a 1967 graduate. Other notables in the cast were faculty members Dr. V. Iackson Smith and Miss Nelwyn Bickley. N The Red Shoes, a musical fairy tale, by Lyla Hay Owens. The first production of NLU's twelfth annual Children's Theatre Festival and Workshop told the delightfully poignant story of the young girl who wanted to be a dancer but was too poor to afford shoes. She got shoes from the benificent Witch Gertrude, only to incur the wrath of Gertrude's "Ruder" sister, Roda. The pro- duction featured Mary Easterling, Lee Gray, Ron Hall, Bud and Donna Massingill, and Arden Allen. nl-L-f- -Lif- The NLU Iazz Ensemble has a long list of Accomplishments and Goals to its credit. The Ensemble has been on two USO Spons- ered European Tours, one in 1963 and the other in 1969. It has played Concerts 8: Clinics for a variety of organizations throughout the South and is constantly pre- paring for performances in the area. The Student members of the Iazz Ensemble are exposed to a variety of musical styles ranging from Iazz to Rock. The exposure and opportunity to perform with a group as fine as the Iazz Ensemble serves to prepare the students for the Professional field of music as well as the Educational field. V, J. ll, . I"l- 'I-i"'5. The NLU Singers are a most versatile group, singing swing and blues at down town civic clubs to popular at campus func tions to classical at conventions. The sing ers were chosen to perform an original Work by Lalo Schifrin's, "Madrigals for the Space Age," at the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Convention in Mobile. Auditions are held three times a year and are open to anyone. Approximately 2!3 of the group are non-music majors. To qualify one needs quality of voice, stage presence, the ability to sight read, and have a good personality. Individualwise we are proud to have as members Miss NLU of 1972, Miss NLU of 1973, and numerous other girls and boys. A good percentage of the group have above average scholastic achievements. The NLU Singers is one of Northeast's superior or- ganizations and we are honored and proud to have one of the nation's most outstanding organizations on our campus. The Singers are under the direction of Mr. William I. Herring with Walter Benjamin Huffman as the accompanist. The University Chorale is the newest of the choral organizations in the School of Music, The group is also under the direction of Dr. Edward Deckard, assistant professor ofmus- ic, and was formed pri- marily to afford the young- er singers in the School of Music an opportunity to sing in a select, bal- anced ensemble and to perform standard colleg- iate choral repertoire. The Chorale has presented several concerts on camp- us in this their first year and plans to perform in several of the nearby communities later this spring. The Concert Choir, consisting of 42 selec- ted singers, performs many times during the school year, both on and off campus. An- nually they present a Fall Concert, Christ- mas Concert, Con- temporary Choral Sty- les Concert and a brief tour within the state. This year the choir will perform in Shreveport, Barksdale AFB, Fort Polk Mili- tary Reservation and Hodges Gardens. The Concert Choir is un- der the direction of Dr. Edward Deckard. . " ,K -A-un.. N , .5 . X Q .113 l,-i-l- V""r 2 f v tljl Interdepartmental competition resulted in a successful exhibit and sale for the NLU Art Department in December. Each faculty mem- ber chose several works from each class to be exhibited, the artist receiving both a certificate of me- rit and proceeds from the sale of his work. A resounding success, the project netted over five hun- dred dollars. I S if gn . si xx -W -. . -f 1 'SJR ' .-Q, -54. AL. iq- '- ff T . ,.'-52" ' .fs- . 5., , MEDIA , v ,Blu ff,-sa, ,qi I . i 'I , . 'G ,xi I f f Ei! hx Diane May, Linda Clark News 5 Bureau -3'-'-' -,,,..--nb' yy If-fi aL:i Jan Stewart Waynette Besser ! it . il ?QsX Barbara Hickingbottom N Q 1,-A Dwanne Smith Jane Tucker Radio and television students began using en- tirely new facilities this year: a television studio, film workroom, radio studio and separate control rooms for both radio and television. Brand new equipment, including color television cameras and video tape recorder, went into the new facilities. Under the supervision of Dr. V. Iackson Smith, Associate Professor of Speech and Director of Broadcasting, the students operate a Campus FM radio station and video tape programs for local television stations. Students take turns operating all of the equip- ment, as well as announcing and directing. Pro- grams produced include original scripts written by the students. Iournalism students are required to work on the Pow Wow in re- porting and editing labs. The 202 and 307 freporting classesj work as reporters for the Pow Wow. They are assigned beats and gather news each week from those areas. The 304 leditingj class spends time each week editing copy and writing headlines on the Pow Wow. journalism 308 fad- vanced reportingj students spend laboratory time each month at the local newspaper andlor television station. Through these laborator- ies students are able to put into application immediately, the the- ories taught in the classrooms. PUBLICATIONS 'N .S x ,?11f'4?'r V x in Q rm.. Q32 Chacahoula r NLU Yearbook Staff Editor Terry Aucoin ', A X , I F-,x Z1 'mf X 454 xox ,- Assistant Editor Booker Hall i J I .V ,fi ' .. 2' .ff I Z . If ., 3 7 ,, 'in Q . I . ,I iv, , . ,, ,L .- . U 9 'Zi -us. f , :xi 'Y f , 3 -2, is , - r V. ',f,,. . N .HP .J - S A f fs r ' 1, I!,,, . .v4f,, ,4 y ,v 1 M7541 .JH 1-f -' Y f L'-Agri -9+ -' 112 'N N3 Associate Editor Mitzie Maxwell IIN 'fx ' Assistant Editor Randy Nichols ,f fTl" -gif: F E :- lbfrs. Mitzle Maxwell, Randy Nichols, Terry Aucoin, Booker Hall, Ginger Roos. Assistant Editor Ginger Roos A f O 'l'l if 5 I 'Wx' Business Manager Richard Brooks W R ...lf Sports Editor Dennis Gros Editor Charles Haddox ,J Managing Editor Alison Crenshaw Pow Wow NLU Newspaper Staff l ..,. it Q x ' X 1 ii", l 1, E Reporters Burk. Fg HI. ik, Booker Hall, Charles Reed, Gail Wallace, DeDe r' J 1 Wir- : f ' ..e,., X -V l,., .. 4,4 .J ' W . Li-R 1' 'V ,- M IJ.. ' f V f A 1 7,7z, ,A ,J-.jj I' , Nsfffli 1" .f lf J ' X Copy Editor Fran Govang News Editor Larry Wall Jerry Sandifer, Head Photographer, Fall Semester Billy Heckford, Head Photographer, Spring Semester JERRY ' r .' 3 .4 ll "I I 5' .f., ' 1.4 ,fi ll 1f1."- l , 4 -Qvww' ll! Nr. lun l S, eg?-,,.'V':f.nlj1-Vw liflj' ' ' 'tx 1,571 " IW: 'll I ' , -.3154 ,l l::- . V 5 , E'-3 " ' ,Q fn! l .'."" 1 - gf- X t 3,1 . Li, f u Q- 7' ,I ,ilifflllp N' , . 5. . mx fl Tommy Abrams ,l 5' Jack Dietle 4 f X Tom Keller -rl W X1 iLz""'51 Iwi M5- Wayne Sandlin 1. I I ' I. If. . 4 H if C' Y The NLU Photo Lab. . . without them there could never be a Chacahoula. . . or a Pow Wow. Dedicated photographers run- ning in many different directions to help the News Bureau and its branches com- plete their deadlines on time. Printing con- tact sheets, developing film, taking more pictures. . . some employees just calm their nerves by strumming on a guitar. 202 Bobby Ensminger President Rick McAlmond Dave Scoggins Vice President Jeft Wolfe Jane Brown John Hunter Secretary-Treasurer Steve Traxler Jerrold Bradley Don Marshall Advisor Joe Denson James Blansett Pledge Master Flandy Albritton Mike Colvin Sigma Lambda Chi Building Construction Fraternity , 4 Y- -jj,-Nzi .dLA4?f" 'W 'i 1 i- 1 ' 1 N, . 4 i V I 2 3 Y . I. F W.. I th' V W ES .ff ' wi..-Aix' o - V' ." . '-::J.- Bifrisfffi ' f3kvf?'n '23:ff.' . v-ill: fr" ' 1 i ,n,, 4 , i 'i x.- -L " - :ri pq: 1-rflgr :r 'uvj ,im . 4 .?':a"',.-gwgf g 3, .. '41 i .1 4. vqi gs 'f W igwy V . l L Y ,VV A if i i i Ai ,1 LU Iunior Ameri 7 u , , . 5 8 9 fo 3 Dental H g1BI11StS, ' f 39 Association 1 Carol Robinson 2 Patty Bush Vice President 3 Cindy Cook Historian 4 Susan Evans Secretary 5 Sharon Dumas 6 Kay McDonald President 7 Patty Morris 8 Nora Cioutier 9 Ciarece Wolfe Treasurer 10 Dawn Fry 11 Barbara Curl 12 Paula Gaiennie Corresponding Secretary 13 Ellie Carter CHI1 Brigadear Cadettes 1 Martha Davidson 2 Debra S. Hayes 3 Cindy Yates 4 Mrs. Joseph Cancallare 5 Elaine Roper 6 Dale Cheek 7 Lynn Allen 8 Connie Prince 9 Betty Lishman 10 Carol Porther 11 Debby K. Williams 12 Patti Hartman 13 Debbie Brown 14 Sandy Jelks 99 sisiittu GAMMA uv., ,wt M Q' 991 4 4 s is , I I 3 1 2 3 4' P Judy Williams President Debby Buckner Vice President Joy Smith Secretary Treasurer Karen Trahan Nadine Bounds Advisor Judy Defee Jane Stewart Sherrie Humphries Peggy Deaton Suzette Lantier Susan Odom Gail Scroggins Linda Jean Martha Williams Lena Evans Kathy Jordan Ava McCiurkin Lucy Groff Roses of Sigma Tau Gamma tm Acacia Little Sisters Jo Ann Bradley President Patti Hartman Sandy Watts Treasurer Marleen Finley Janet Williams Vice President Cindy Sipes Daphne Crain Historian-Reporter Patsy Hammonds Gloria Bell Gary Crumpton, President Bruce Matulich, Vice President It ' Judi Sherman, Secretary Gene Robinson, Treasurer Don Tate Dorothy McCoy Mary Hendershot Robert E. May Larry Procetor Don French Robert Lee Bonnie Jones Larry Rowe Barron Bozeman Joe Wray Stan Guillory Larry Carr Janet Paxton Dwayne Duhon Mike Hoyle Students of a Soul Societ Ashton Dunn, President Charles Stewart, Vice President Lillian Washington, Secretary-Treasurer Nathan Winesberry, Parliamentarian Cahte James, Intramurals Chairman Aline Crump Linda Brown Noah Fliley and the Jubilee Singers Everett Shiele Oscar Barber 24,1 sf, I x - .i ,gr o L: xl. .lin Lambda Epsilon Chi-Law Enforcement Fraternit 206 Alpha Eta Rho- viation Fraternity 6 7 8 9 10 A 14 Terry Conroy Secretary Edward Turnbull President Ray Knichel Vice President Jim Brown Pledgemaster Don Enlow Sergeant at Arms Bruce Matulich Allen Lum Bob McWilliams Jim Thomas John Johnson Rusty Bliss Chris Thompson Treasurer Mary McNeeIy Vernon Bothwell ,1 Q HONORARIES .fl x N ,j, I 6' Sud namnur MFLECT TREQDP PRESIDENT i.- .i ,..w.s.t -1' filxff- k P., ,L X X. .. Kappa Kappa P Band Fraternity 2 3 4 5 6 7 - 8 J 9 10 A l fb rv- vs ii si John Little President Gerard Smith Richard Worthington Andy Isca Secretary Billy Carter Johnny Burns Kenny McDougie Treasurer Stephen K. Howard Vice President King Scott Parliamentarian Sam Sneison Sinfonia Music Fraternity 1 Alan Clarke Vice President 2 Mary Jane Hawkins Sweetheart 3 Thomas Gorman President 4 Carl Moore Historian Rick Gregg Treasurer Marty Hearne Thomas de ia Bretonne Larry Burrell Robert H, Finch Secretary Stanley Finck Advisor . A Phi Mu Alpha A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Miriam Duell Deborah Steinquest Teresa Whitworth Susan Unger Treasurer Sherry Sandridge Clara Harden Janice Jones Diana Olsen Donna Calton Alicia Morgan Vice President Brenda Little Secretary Pat Marcel President 1 Nancy Govang Vice President 2 Peggy Byers Pledge Trainer 3 Susan Wible President 4 Mike Holeylield 5 John Vogt 6 Keith Kirby 7 Mark Watson Treasurer B Kim Powell 9 Marshall Sherman 210 Tau Beta Sigma Band Sorority , WWF! ...4 Alpha Psi Omega Drama Fraternity GWVMP Senior Board 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 11 12 13 Monnita Vick Maureen McGeever Suzanne Taylor Jane! Vaughan Secretary Judy Primeaux Janet Koncinsky Treasurer Pam Odom President Mary Ann Percy Phyllis Gilmore Vice President Alison Crenshaw Reporter Joy Hathorn Terre Green Pat Agin H ,l3tir Qm3a an 5 5 15 Societ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 11 12 13 14 David Kirby Laura Fulper David Austin Historian Benny Popwell Reporter Bryan Mills Phyllis Gilmore Vice President Floy Varner Dr. William Morris Advisor Steve Hutchins Jue Chapman David Schaff Randy Taylor Lannie Philley, M.D Stephen Flamey 211 r ' .5 ,K -- , 4. ?f23,?i "' iff " i es- X i V , I , i 5 -'ll' i . I -, V -I W W vi "I i -if if mf: fi, . F-ig . -l liar RQ! v'2 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 41:15 i -, ,yecl Vivian Heber! President Sarah Knights Debbie Doles Reporter Mary Lu Smith Parliamentarian Sheila May Monnita Vick Treasurer Mrs. Frances Mitchell Advisor 8 Christine Philley 9 Fran Harbuck Vice President 10 Beth Diedrich Secretary 11 Ann Halley 12 Marilyn Akers Historian 13 Sandra Weaver 14 Susan Lasuzzo Advisor Eta Epsilon , -. T, , ,, ,,'.,-,i+k,- YF... l'i 0 l I' lil!! 1 1 - ' 0 fig? ' Q .l of M 6 Q?Q Fm Rho Chi Pharmacy Society 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1B Donna Harrell Carol Kimball Historian Judy Primeaux Vice President Susan Nickerson Frank Inman Secretary- Treasurer Kenneth Spear President Joe Mertens Justine Soileau Camille Canclenne Charles Bell Suzanne McEIwee Colleen Gurley Thomas Hudspeth Barry Flobichaux John Zitzmann Dr. Joseph Kern Larry Morello Linda Leek Dominick Scimeca John Nowlin James Talley Dr. William Keller Jimmy Brantley Jerry Jones Joy Hathorn Dr. Gary Ferguson Advisor Dr. Eugene Watkins Dr. Archie Beebe Dr, Robert Knott Darrell Hote Dean Ben Cooper Dr. Edward Brecht Dr. Jerome Hensiak Jon Tanja Lee Verrett Tom Galland Dr. Theodore Eickholt Dr. Dale Cronk Dennis Sanchez Dr. David Slatkin 'P L C? 1 QE ll '-In Q Q Q dit q . 1 -"o 4. "N "" I it .Ii .-5 . -:..--9 .- .n if , ' a-4.-q of-1 - ,X . 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Walker is performing his role as president of Northeast Louisiana University. His action continues at different places throughout any time of the day or week. The president and Mrs. Walker took their seats at the red- neck pep-rally, and supported the Indians at football and basketball games. As a gracious hostess and a charming host, Dr. and Mrs. Walker are generous and Willing when the occasion for entertaining at their home arrives. As the third president of NLU, Dr. Walker cherishes the past fifteen years with quiet thoughts and strong feelings of pride and confidence-fifteen years spent in preparation for now . . . 43 1 'J ' " n f '- i t . , Q" f i w, V 'Qui' 1 'il5v.g1 : V ' .A "Alf 1 ff' ' " .- ' 1f",..gf,s ...H ..-....u............,...u,....i -.,-- . K an Jw.-nr""""' 5 -fin., A qw ,, A 2.1 X I I 'Y .I . ll - 'S .it O Z 4 'M' ': iiiiifl , H -. if J .-,. g7r:a,Q2.'g5 lftz, "'f-' ,I 1-,1,,.' .1 -- F F hir- Y ,, 2 fl' pf " 0 Unnoticed by most students, President Walker and his wife Mary Ellen, dressed in casual clothes, Walk through the evergrowing Northeast campus nightly. In a personal interview, I found that it is during these walks that the president fa man of few words when it comes to expressing his pride for Northeastj and his Wife la woman of integrity and dedication to her husbandl together expressed their pride for Northeast. As he Walked between the new buildings, Presi- dent Walker looked back and quietly acknowledged the accomplishments of his administration, While his Wife fwho whenever out of step with her hus- band, skipped to get back in gstepl admired him. The Walkers-a man dedicated to education and a woman dedicated to her husband. A couple rarely noticed by students . . .but always there. 4 Y' ' ' v 5 Q . 3 . f ' IZA? W My t " i A -1 i me 5i?3"i"2b??1ia:, I i 'sq f H fl ., ' . ' " :-1 .5 M" ' JN ' -l-' L1 - ' - ., i .. , I, Q J . 1 3: f lv- H-T 2. -, .1 me-. it , L my-sh.: ml! pwngg,-ng.. ,, i 'Ui lf? 4 WN Alton R. Taylor Vice President for Student Affairs Working with the NLU administration and students has been a most rewarding experience. The student body is GREAT! The SGA started off with a bang they are doing a tremendous job. However, student participation in the SGA is not as active as l would like to see it. Most of all, I would like to see a greater student participation in elections. The Faculty Senate should help to form a closer relationship between the students and the faculty in the future. Alton Fl. Taylor Vice President for Student Affairs l 1U , if F F U .,. ill f' H E 'F U ri U Cl . i r T nl rn el H .4 Communication with students is obtained through involvement in student activities where the administration, faculty and students work together. We F have made every effort over the E years to involve students in the decision making processes of the University and as a result H , gf A our campus i . ' ii if , g P t ,, has experienced A V . - I I unusual stability in its environment and tremendous growth in its student enrollment. We shall continue to solicit help from students in our efforts to improve the institution. James M. Nicholson np- Executive Vice President , Glenn F. Powers E Vice President for Academic Affairs Qi ij -1 . gi yi ' V- ' f' W - . J 1- f f it? i E V -tif' l , Q ,. , Q l 5 ' S ' "t"'Q:: 53 V A, .. - --N i V 'TEX Q 1 f ' in, "" , dug. ' Q . Y 'Cir '-.,N:-1-5 - . n I4 'digit' ' X James M. Nicholson E I Executive Vice President ii 5 fl' 1 it r. If L i f fl i P U E P E Fl P 'J lr r n I I F ,,?A1-r X Gerald Stone Director of News Bureau l enjoy working with the students at Northeast. The caliber of the students is amazing, and their ability surprised me. Overall, there seems to be very good communication outlets of the campus continually attracts incoming students. Gerald Stone Director of News Bureau li 12 fl F 2 ll F' U E ll' E 'F ra T' u ,. Qi U .. 'Z gl li .. E E H P r i I l C it U .- L' i .. A , T--N. A." n e- ,L A K l P I 4' i F 1 ,. P 'Qi Y l .4 u i. F' -.- T. X . ii, ,U bl A in th dwar fs.. slit: r ,....n ' j, ii- ! E l i P l f' 4 , f E 1?- IN N .. , ... ,i z ,T 1, .T.T'v YHA 51' lx' I X, f .i X ,i v lr I 'l i . i , , T i ' 5 Ill ' X114 0- W FX fb if r ' a 1 Xia '- X ' ' ,,5, E, f 3. .. 4 4 4 il E E F 2 E3 ii 5 uw fi? IQ 's . with the students. The growth , l I li Ll A Mi.. . j ' .1 ri f ' 1: T l, - i' 'nu - ' Brythel H. Brantly Counseling Center Director The best way to achieve communication with students is by gaining their trust. It is then easier to talk over almost any situation. Generally, the students and the faculty at Northeast have the same objectives . . . they just do not realize that they are the same. Brythel H. Brantly Counseling Center Director X Bob Anderson Sports Information Director The field of journalism provides better communication opportunities. Because the world grows more complex daily, the journalist must be able to interpret what takes place-rather than merely report the situation. The Pow Wow serves as the medium of communication between the students and the faculty at Northeast. Not only must the Pow Wow staff be able to explain the events occurring on the NLU campus, but they must also be able to evaluate those occurrences. Thus, the main obligation of the Pow Wow is to keep an open mind in its accounts of incidents taking place on campus and across the nation. Bob Carroll Asst. Director of News Bureau as fr 7 . if i I , .,,,,,,,iL?f5:J'..bE' L. , ,F if gr ,fi iff' QXCQ erred' c 93a f will 330 f rr tiff? W 7,7 t. , w if .Q':4?ft--?f ,g?6' ag r. ' 39 f-'f zf., tw -.'of .Q .mv-. if , ,. i-I '. ,GS 'o.f'- -Q ' '- - .Q 1 - .az J vi. - 1 LT-firmi- lt. . Q I .gg- j,.-my -' - , -- 4 -- - " ' Qlfifjx in , - f. V it Afifigjfjflill .Q Bob Carroll Assistant Director of News Bureau Jim Haddox Director of Housing for Men As a graduate of Northeast, I have formed close ties with the University over the years. I enjoy working with the students by helping them to adjust to . . . new living situations and college life. Being a fraternity advisor has been a worthwhile experience. This position has provided the opportunity for me to form closer relationships with the male students involved in fraternities. Jim Haddox Director of Housing for Men vu? -X Nick Lassiter Counselor to Men ig 39 tr Thomas E. Murphy Dean of Men The moral fiber of Northeast students has not changed a great deal. l think that most students consider that . . . the basic function of the administration is to provide counsel . . . rather than to attempt to discipline them. l enjoy being a ji- ti-'ft QP S., QLD part of Northeast because it has achieved its increasing status by not being too conservative or too liberal. I think the quality and the attitude of the students have made Northeast great. Thomas E. Murphy Dean of Men 95 . J , j'li"' J ' V . if '. '55 as-1' " 4 gd Xfire 'Q fmtxxtriiti ,I s r a t r . 1 W Q' I , X . '. '. ' 'li . 2521 W il' I in -1 .. . 4' . I Nt, f jg iam., 'r fi" "" -1 5 ' I 'li t 'I . -wtvfvtw :I-" .-.-cgzre ll ..,,,. " 3,3 x ' me KY-9 .,.-if-I-ew! .-1-'gisgw' " 1'.:- ' 'F .' :-. I - I 1 ti- ' 3323: 'FSF' '2 " ' ' -tr? Wffitzflgii -I 1 41 ra f A 1 NW ... Martha Madden Dean of Women Changes within the Northeast residential halls are inevitable. Changes are necessary. Martha Madden Dean of Women F 'ff' Lili' his V- sv r- assi' Ia ., .. rx -X xx,-"' " s-ggi. . ,- Susan Featherston Director of Housing for Women -..-nw. jfs K ., , lk H as ' ,A i if A. 1' A, 'lu' tiff' 'gf ' u 'I ,Q .-.K-gig., fr l . A ?5A :'y.v," 12,1 new l ,'9'fQ'-nvgxeitf ff'-7' i. ll E XXX ' l- e,?'i,i' ' l Ili if .iw 'Nl . 1 ,W t'-'. 'il ' in ' nxky ll -U' 1 x X I i 'ilu'-H. 2 N, l .iff X W ' . l , ,Q , ,.do ., A wt ,-...cu-,. Jack V. Collins Coordinator of Evening Division Being involved . . . in campus activities not only academically, but also socially and professionally has been a most wonderful experience. It has been a most rewarding experience now for twenty years. l appreciate the contributions that the students have made in the accomplishments of this administration. Student involvement in committees and in all phases of campus life has made Northeast one of the great institutions in Louisiana. Northeast has grown three-fold in the past decade. It is now finding its rightful place in the system of higher education in Louisiana. Jack ll Collins Coordinator of Evening Division ,l ll Being Fiegistar has provided me an opportunity to serve H students, faculty and staff from :. 3 the nerve center of the if University-Admissions and 1 Records. l am pleased to be in a position that allows me to see ' eager freshmen begin their academic lives iwith the admission procedurei and to 3 view their scholastic growth through graduation. As keeper of students' academic records, I 5 n am privileged to be in contact 5 with almost every area of the ll University. Each day l witness many changes which have occurred since my arrival at 9 Northeast several years ago. Most notable among these are: improved facilities, broader curriculum offerings, better preparedness of students, and outstanding achievements among members of the student body. ' l V r pi H el U .4 n U l! l Alma Lufcy Flegistar J -. N . 4 P gi ' 1, , -2 ,, . ... ...gr rv U' ' - lj. ' . " i i rl. ,P 'P H Li, Al il Alma Lufcy -, l Registrar l I, f il , l il V lt .nn - - 1-ri ' 1 - . Jack E. Kimball Director of Testing and Guidance 'I .. i, h4,, L it E 53' . . -' A'.':.- I. 515 as .. , gy yy V' --1. ' , A ri- K xx. ,l 't I I Y, i I .j , E I,',. Y .Hi V: . 'Lf ' ri. . A Wade N. Dupuis Director of Security and Safety As a member of the NLU administration for the past two years, l have been amazed at the growth of the number of students in the University. The environment of Northeast is very pleasing, and I enjoy working with the students. The attitude of the students . . . reflects today's youth. lt is delightful to observe the cooperation between the students and the administration. Wade N. Dupuis Director of Security and Safety 1 LlJ.g i- James C. Fryer Assistant Director of Financial Aid and Placement Although NLU is increasing in enrollment, jobs and other financial aid on campus will increase only according to financial need. The factors involved in determining financial aid are family income, the number of dependent children in the family and the number of children in the family presently enrolled in college. Placement services are rendered to students who seek employment upon graduation. We are happy to be available for financial assistance and student employment through P 5 l' . if f El X university resources and are continually expanding our programs to meet the needs of students. James C. Fryer Assistant Director of Financial Aid and Placement X, i... ir r fbi ' l.. K ' Lester L. Butler Auditor 4 i i , , .!..... ..-A Robert Wysocki Director of Academic Computer Center "53.Ql.tl-a ' ' Maud M. Bentrup Head Librarian It as been a wonderful experience to be in contact with the students at Northeast and to watch a period of tremendous growth. This growth is wonderful and well-deserved. However, due to the increasing enrollment, our present library has already been outgrown. Every possibility for a larger library is being looked into to meet the constant needs of the University students. Maud M. Bentrup Head Librarian l I l -E Northeast is destined to grow. Although NLU is a young institution, we have reached a respectable enrollment as a part of our total development as a university. The geographical location of -K H. , 1 Northeast has aided greatly in I - :fl this aspect. However, the ,., Alumni Association needs to It , N work with the students more, . since . . . .X il, Q ' 'V 'f ,fi . . , ik- W 5' students are Hi ig t ,A the alumni lj ,,, . my A ,X r-.1 V'-' 4 ll' Q: lza' I of tomorrow. ,j 371 Q 3 , Although there is a time factor, 4 Q S Wu, i ' D M through homecoming and other AIJnf,?'SE2::'ggg, activities, the Alumni Association attempts to involve itself with the students, thus helping to bridge this gap. William E Laird Alumni Secretary E 'ei K 1. . A, 5' ,- - X I ' - 5 Clit ', f' ' r-in' xyyxlli I ' ff' ? lf. Q W I ,Y ' . V I fy "MJ 'J 4 1 'lf' ,. 1' e A- A as A ,I if 'N -' 1 7 , - 5 .Q M. F' "" 4 David C. Gaar, Jr. Director of High School Relations The position of Director of High School Relations gives me a chance to introduce the many fantastic programs which NLU has to offer the people of Louisiana. This is done in a variety of ways, mainly through my office-the answering of inquiries, on-campus tours, Career Day at Northeast, and by visiting the high schools throughout the state and surrounding area. The faculty, staff and especially the student body help make my job a success. I have noticed that . . . a definite feeling of cheerfulness and dedication -! . It . . . make up the educational environment of NLU, and I feel privileged to be a part of this wonderful institution of higher learning. David C. Gaar Jr. Director of High School Relations Jerry Ingram Director of Data Processing -1 El P I The reasons for accepting any position are usually manyg however, the chief reason for my wanting to become a member of the NLU family was the fact I could easily recognize NLU was a college with a fine past . . . a progressive present . . . and a great future. I wanted to be a part of that future. The student body at NLU does not have to take a backseat to any student body anywhere, and we in the Department of Athletics are committed to give this student body athletic teams of which they can be very proud. Bill Beall Athletic Director T899 ' v ,ff D - R fr -.'s5' I ii! II I Q I " ,. WM , , ,h IL ,iv T ' . . Bill Beall Athletic Director -APN Q--Q.. Charles H. McDonald Coordinator of Student Activities Entertainment on the Northeast campus is selected to meet the variety of interest of its student body. Through its various activities we attempt to provide . . . a "living laboratory" . . . one that provides the students a chance to learn how to live and how to deal with his fellow men. Charles H. McDonald Coordinator of Student Activities V U w F' ii U ti if it il F Z Northeast has the most W 1 beautiful university campus in I ' "ff If Louisiana. This factor has E. L i P P ' helped to attract many high F V - school students, thus making v E NLU a growing institution. F X I, M, Because students attending Q - f . J Northeast come from various F 'l N ,fy gl: I backgrounds some indicate Q fy '. 'ff- it . C interest in different areas. l - lr ' it ,l -l fx However, as in any community . g , I . L4 -L1s3',i ' , X X H there wlll always J QL af-fa -Lu f 3 gf be some who , Roben wevoss , are apathetic . . Director of Auxiliary Enterprises Lake C. Oxford Director of Institutional Research E N H . 5 6 iff Q Ll 5, l ' t 'df' V ,Y-' , 'Sf W, I, iit 'S ' , 5 X 1' l L ty, 4 xxx I ' .J x i 'fx by Ronald Gunter X "f-N . 4-,249 i J, fir' F Purchasing Agent or H H ' I g 74, : , f ' . Q IT ri G 5 A IW A li vi I n el S xi 6. tb Jl ' F L JI :'i gl Lake C. Oxford Director of Institutional Research The primary objective of the College of Business Ad- ministration is to educate students by facilitating the development of those abili- ties and attitudes necessary for success in business-re- lated careers. Other important objectives are: Ill To enlarge the stock of knowledge of the business V M LJ V gvii R A' li .in ' h .I ' A M., -.:f'f Y' X ' Y Y FH ' 11 . , 'lg , ., ' Q. .v ,gpm viii'-1605 '-3973.5 " LiH5'LKif Dr. Dwight Delbert Vines, Dean of the College of Business Administration and economic environment through faculty and student research, and to publicize and disseminate such know- ledge. L21 To improve the quality of life in the commun- ity and surrounding regions by consultation and media- tion in respect to business and economic problems, and by co-ordinating college pol- icies and programs with those of the area it serves. The College of Business Administration faculty has outstanding educational prep- aration in addition to busi- ness and other relevant ex- perience. A special effort is made to provide optimum benefit to each student in class and to make every program undertaken by the College worthwhile. The fa- culty actively seeks to find newer and better ways to prepare students to be re- sponsible citizens as well as leaders in administration. --Dean Dwight Delbert Vines Dr. Eugene H. Fox, Head Department of Economics and Finance DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE Dr. Laurel Pease-Insurance Dr. Richard Milk-Economics Dr. Patricia Garland-Real Estate Dr. Preston Iuvenal-Economics Dr. Lawrence Kratz-Economics Dr. Donald Waters-Banking Dr. Eugene Fox-Economics and Fi- nance Dr. Edgar Hpusch-Finance Dr. Ierry Hood-Finance Mr. Dave Norris-Economics Mr. Tom McCann-Economics Dr. M. A. Futayyeh-Economics F1 Af Dr. Dorothy E. Crunk, Head Department of Office Administration DEPARTMENT OF OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Mrs. Carolyn L. Babb Mr. Shirley Robbins Dr. I. R. Smith Mr. Howard Morton Dr. Gloria Bartley Mrs. Carolyn Dolecheck Mrs. Page Miller 230 ' 1' Dr. Van C. McGraw, Head Department of Management and Marketing DEPARTMENT OF MAN- AGEMENT AND MARKET- ING Dr. Charles O. Bettinger- Research and Quantitative Methods Dr. Lyndon E. Dawson, Ir.- Marketing Dr. Robert E. Harrison- Management and Market- ing Dr. Van C. McGraw-Manage- ment Dr. Rosemary Pledger- Management Dr. Dwight D. Vines- Management Dr. Maynard M. Dolecheck- Quantitative Methods Dr. Iohn Paul Dunn- Marketing Dr. Carleton C. Page- Management Dr. LaHoma Riederer- Quantitative Methods Dr. Ronald L. Boase- Quantitative Methods Mr. Bobby G. Canterbury- Data Processing Mr. Hamlet R. Carter, Ir. Management Mr. Bill H. Chastain- Business Law Dr. Robert I. Kerber- Management Mr. Iames M. McBeth- Management Mr. IackY. Pursifull- Quantitative Methods Mr. Henry M. Strumpell- Data Processing Mr. L. L. Swearingen, Ir. Business Law Dr. Iames H. Wilkins- Marketing Dr. Robert K. Wysocki- Quantitative Methods Dr. L. M. Zobisch- Management Mr. Iames P. Greenlee Management T 5 ..-5. ,-L. . .N Dr. James T. Hood, Head Department of Accounting DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING Mrs. Cynthia R. Bettinger- Accounting Mr. Thomas W. Chatham- Accounting Dr. Iohn D. Edwards- Accounting Mr. B. T. Kaylor-Account- ing Mr. Iohn L. Luffey-Ac counting Mr. Will T. Smith-Account ing Dr. Macil C. Wilkie-Ac counting Dr. Marilyn G. Winborne- Accounting Dr. Edward Crass-Ac counting Mr. R. Howard Sanderlin Graduate Assistant CWM I 4' 1 'Ds K Dr. Bernard Shadoin, Dean of the College of Education . n-4 no-,CD-to 5:3-25525 E5g'9igfE'QE?o:1w"r cnc-,o"1Q "'-if-Q-fDm"1 t- mQ,,.':1 "l 7r'0Qg"C3-DfDD"gQ..gmmmtDcogCLD' 5.230047 Hmm an-46:22.-I'-s Cm -+og:r'5g:rE'Om'o fsmnmnwzz Elgar: gfpmg-gggE'3QhngOg-'gf-E Q . Baden. 0:10 31 ,- vw'-5-2. OU Hocszmoasssaem Kawai 3W31555HH4sm3?E5a2am 574: 'UooQ'3'm O Gong o mmm-Crm m"f:"-T mam C'-fi-s 'O-Sim vr5V5E:emw:OH 2,8 Ulffiomo.. UQ--on-Dnl4U.g 'fem U'-h.+O'o:r: 553,-:r aw ...S-ns,.U'U mg'-:Omar mn:"""" P-' ,-,H ,D-jpg O :j"!.QJH-gg.-nofjfj '-'UQcn Q'-' O E '-'-1 H Omoo U3 DJ U3 t'J,.,.UQ D-n-ICDD O mSI::0U Q-:r 'fm '4 U 2. : 2252352252-f..esS'5-sis CFD-0OD.gDclJf"fFwI"cPOCFmQQ-'Iv-1-ro cessary for effectively using that knowledge. Goals in the College of Education focus on assuring that students who complete its programs have the best possible preparation for en- tering increasingly challeng- ing professions. Programs are continuously evaluated and improved to enhance their value to the student. The College of Education is a vigorous and dynamic combination of people and programs that stand among the first in the nation. Stu- dents, alumni, and faculty have good reason to demon- strate enthusiastic pride in the College of Education at Northeast Louisiana Univer- sity. -Dean Bernard Shadoin pi Dr- DOI1 W- Locke, Head Dr. Catherine Dean Vaughan, Head Department of Secondary and Department of Elementary and Early Counselor Education Dr. Oscar N. Walley, Head Department of Psychology DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Charles T. Dunn-Introductory and Comparative Psychology Dr. William O. Gay-Educational Psychology, Psychological Foundations of Learning Dr. Wayne M. Gilbert-Abnormal Psychology, Psychopathology Psychological Assess- ment Dr. Maury M. Harraway-Introductory and Experimental Psychology, Seminar in Contemporary Problems in Psychology Dr.' Alex Iohn-Childhood, Adolescent and Advanced Adolescent Psychology Dr. Ernest Maples, Ir.-Childhood and Ad- vanced Topic Psychology, Quantitative Methods in the Behavioral Sciences Dr. Louis E. McGuire-Introductory and Statistical Psychology DEPARTMENT OF SECONDARY AND COUN- SELOR EDUCATION Dr. Marshall D. Boyd-Edu- cation 3 G Dr. Iames T. Kenney-Edu- j cation Aix? Dr. Merrill S. Nicklas-Edu- cation Mr. Herman R. Sigler-Edu- cation Miss Flora N. Roebuck Mr. W. Harper Gaushell- Education Mrs. Laura I. Miller-Educa- tion Miss C. Lynn Fife Mr. Tom McClain Mrs. R. Leah Miller Dr. E. I. Holt-Education Mrs. Lois C. White-Educa- Childhood Education tion Dr. Bobby L. Stephenson-Childhood Psychol- ogy, The Mentally Retarded Child Re- mediation of Learning Disabilities Dr. Iames D. Thrasher-Abnormal, Social and Clinical Psychology Dr. Oscar Walley, Ir.-Introductory and Personality Psychology Mrs. Donna Ackel-Personality Psychology Dr. james T. Kenney-Educational Psychol- 085' Mr. Richard McKnight-Introductory Psy- chology Mr. Glenn Ryals-Introductory Psychology Miss Sandra Roberts-Introductory Psychol- USY Mr. Phil Tomprorowski-Introductory Psy- chology Mr. Iames Tinsley-Adolescent Psychology Mrs. Sam Steven-Educational Psychology Dr. Iohn R. Morella-Advanced Child Psy- chology Miss Barbara Staff-Introductory Psychol- 033' Mr. Steve Tolson-Introductory Psychology DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Mrs. Ruby Ball-Education Dr. Virginia Hargrove-Education Dr. Dewayne Haynes-Education, English, Reading Mrs. Louise Lemert-Library Science Dr. Marjorie Snyder-Education Dr. Catherine Vaughan-Education Dr. Robert E. Ward-Education Dr. Virginia Eddleman-Education Dr. G. N. Hardaway-Education Mr. Ralph C. Ford-Student Teachers Mr. W. L. Foster, Ir.-Research and Pro- jects Mrs. Iackie Livingston-Student Teachers Mr. Charles R. McDonald-Student Teachers Mrs. lane Gibson-Reading Mrs. Nancy Horton-Reading Miss Margaret Hotard-Reading Mrs. Nelda Richardson-Research Assis-- 233 tant Dr. Richard A. Worthington, Head Department of Music DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dr. Arthur Adams-Kinesi ology Dr. Bill Arrington-Princi ples and History Coach Woody Boyles-Ar- chery Dr. Richard Buck-Life Sa- ving and Water Safety I' UL-sn. -- A Dr. Wallace L. Jones, Jr., Head Department of Administration, Supervision and Foundations five HJ I 'Q 'R Dr. Barry Johnson, Head Department of Health and Physical Education Mr. lim Coats-Fly-Bait Casting and Boat Safety Miss Betty Faught-Tech- niques of Teaching Team Sports Dr. Clonton Fitzpatrick- Activities for Elementary School Mrs. Elizabeth Hendrix- First Aid Dr. Albert Hollister-Per- sonal-Community Health Dr. Barry Iohnston-Test- ing and Measurements Mr. lack Rowan-First Aid Dr. Earl Speights-Teoh- niques of Teaching Indivi- dual Sports Mrs. Sara Stockard-Folk Dance Mr. Bill Parker-Badminton Miss Angela Crawford-Com ditioning Mrs. Susan Tuminello-Gym- nastics Mrs. Pam Holt-Swimming Mr. Iimmy Murphy-Con- ditioning Miss Beth Greenwood-Ryth- mic Activities Mr. Mike Reed-Weight Training A-J .N E21 I. - rs- If ,, :N 4 g , ..,,v,f:,:e W'-'Q 4 , '.-P' "2 " Q -- 4 , Y I W Y , .,-,. .Aa . ..,,.,-.g,.n ., f.,,. .-mag, -.mmm 5, -,.,, -.m-airs .-is -.-, uwif,y5w gqwpalhiir'-1-s1""1"f' ,5 , I .. Rs., '- .. -V. imp-f--19+ ee I ,.- frrs.-'.u1'm - Q --are-mlniq "Sl ,,,,.,,. QQ..--frm- Dr. Frank Morgan, Jr., Dean of the College of Liberal Arts The College of Liberal Arts offers a broad course of study in the departments of Art, English, Foreign Lan- guages, History and Gov- ernment, Military Science, Sociology and Social Scienc- es, and Speech. Emphasizing the value of the humanities in a techno- logical age, the College aims primarily to prepare its stu- dents for specialization through a basic program of studies in the liberal arts and to provide them a well- rounded and liberal educa- tion which will enable them to feel at home in the world of ideas, deepen their ex- perience of life by an under- standing of their cultural heritage, develop their lead- ership and communication skills, and train them in ob- jective, critical, and crea- tive thinking. It aims also to serve stu- dents in the other colleges of the University by provid- ing foundation courses for the training of teachers, and offering a background of lib- eral education for other pro- fessional careers. The College offers under- graduate majors in art, broad,- casting, corrections, English, foreign languages, general studies, government, history, journalism, law enforcement, photo-journalism, radio-tele- vision management, pre-law, social work, sociology, and speech. -Dean Frank Morgan, Ir. gil 2 n , . nigai-ga Dr Carlos Fandal, Head Dr. James B. Edwards, Head Department of Foreign Languages Department of Art DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mrs. Charlene F. Crawley- Latinv Mrs. Sue H. Dennis-Spanish Dr. Carlos D. Fandal-French Mr. Michel Gontard-French Mrs. Annelies T. Hayward- German Mr. Pierre Iacob-French Dr. Kenneth Olson-German and Russian Mrs. Marie P. Watson-Spam ish DEPARTMENT OF ART Mr. Brian R. Fassett-Ad- vertising Design Mr. R. Eugene Hayes-Pho- tography Mr. Louis Lubbering-Basic Design Mr. Dennis L. Mitchell- Ceramics Mr. Edward E. Schutz-Print- making V Miss Cheryl Smith-Interior Design Ms. lean F. Taylor-Draw- ing Mr. Robert G. Ward-Paint- ing Mrs. IoElla C. Williams-Art Education Miss Linda Ellis-Basic De- sign Mr. Gerald Ortego-Basic Design ff N i. F :xml- Dr. James W. Parkerson, Head Dr, Jghn A, McLemore, Head Department of Speech Department of English DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Dr. George C. Brian-Dra- ma, Public Speaking Dr. Martha Lou Adams- Mrs. Mona Oliver-English Dr. Richard F. Doolin-Speech English Mrs. Margaret Parker-Eng- and Hearing Therapy Mr. Robert Anderson-Iour- lish Dr. Claude C. Fuller-Inter- nalism Dr. james Potts, Ir.-Eng- pretation,Fundamentals Mrs. Nelwyn Bickley-Eng- lish Public Speaking lish Mr. Gerald Stone-Iourna- Dr. Edward I. I. Kramar- Mrs. Theda Birdsong-Eng- lism Speech and Hearing Thera- lish Mrs. Margaret Steigman- py Dr. Eric Brown-English English Dr. Iames W. Parkerson- MF- Bob C8I'I'O1l-I0l11'I1HliSm Mrs. Alma Stephenson-Eng- History of Speech Educa- Mrs. Adelaide FI'3Zi9I'-El'1g- lish tion, Speech Methods, Pub- lic Speaking Mr. Preston F. Sisk-Drama courses, Public Speaking Dr. V. jackson Smith-Ra- dio-TV: TV Iournalism Miss Margaret L. Walker- Debate and Discussion, Public Speaking Mrs. Berneda D. Broussard -Speech Fundamentals Miss Kerry Lynn Murphy- Public Speaking Mrs. Ioyce Swillie-Public Speaking Mrs. Renee M. Tull-Speech Fundamentals Mrs. Becky Q. Vogt-Speech Fundamentals lish Dr. Patrick Garrett Miss Louise Harris Dr. Ierry Holmes Mrs. Alice Iackson English English English English Mrs. Evelena Iohnson-Eng- lish Mrs. Iessie Lockhart-Eng- lish Mrs. Margrit Loomis-Eng- lish Mr. Iohn Mclnnis, III-Eng- lish Dr. Marvin L. McKneely- English Dr. Iohn A. McLemore- English Dr. Margaret M. Mitchell- English Mrs. Berry Morgan-English Miss Pamela Baker-English Mrs. Lisa Beard-English Miss Mary Bernard-English Mrs. Anne Chambers-Eng- lish Miss Kathleen Day-English Mr. Richard Iohnson-Eng- lish Mr. Thomas Mitchell-Eng- lish Mrs. Diana Monroe-Eng- lish Mrs. Carole Smith-English Mr. Harry Stewart-English Miss Susan Strumpe1l-Eng- lish Miss Nancy Welden-Eng- lish Mr. Iames Wyatt-English DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT Dr. Richard B. Chardkoff- History Dr. F. lean Christy-History Dr. Bobby L. England-:Go- vernment Mr. Ted. B. Ferguson His- tory Dr. Richard F. Haynes His- tory Dr. Nollie W. Hickman-His- tory Dr. Gilford L. Iackson His- tory Dr. H. Perry Iones-History Dr. Marshall Scott Legan- History Dr. Earl T. Millen-Govern- ment Mr. Winton R. Mizell-Gov- ernment Dr. Ioseph L. Poetker-Phil- osophy Dr. Thomas E. Stricklin- History Dr. Gene F. Tarver-Gov- ernment Dr. William A. Walker, Ir. -History Dr. E. Russ Williams, Ir.- History Mr. Mirza K. Ali-History Mrs. Dorothy K. Bergeron- History Mr. Thomas I. Hogan-His- tory Mr. Ross P. Shirah-History Mrs. Beth H. Willis-History f .X Dr. Gilford Jackson, Head Department of History and Government if 3 ll I-IINK .., N-gr- Dr. Maurice Anderson, Head Department of Sociology and Social Services DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL SERVICES Dr. M. I. Anderson-Intro- ductory Sociology and So- cial Psychology Dr. F. Eugene Heilman-Fa- mily Sociology, Crimino- logy, Introductory Socio- logy and juvenile Delin- quency Dr. Frank Forwood-Intro- ductory Sociology, Minor- ity Groups, Anthropology, Iuvenile Delinquency, So- cial Theory, Social Re- search Methods, Popula- tion Trends and Problems Mr. Eris Ginn-Social Prob- lems, Social Case Work, Organization and Ad- ministrarion-welfare Ag- encies, Field Experience, Field Experience-SocialWel- fare Miss Grace Hodge-Introduc- tory Sociology, Introduc- tion to Social Work, Prob- lems in Child Welfare, Field Experience-Social Welfare Mr. Iames E. Morris-Crim- inal Investigation, Crimi- nal Evidence, Police Ad- ministration, Practicum in Law Enforcement Mr. Raymond Knutzen-In- troduction to Law Enforce- ment, Traffic Control Ac- cident Investigation, Po- lice Community Relations, Police Supervision X DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY-Fifth U. S. Army ROTC Instructor Group, Senior Division Lt. Col. Ernest E. Bruce, Ir. -Military Science Major Robert A. Halbman -Unit Adjutant, Military Science I Capt. Bobby E. Casey-Mi- litary Science IV Capt. Ioseph A. Cancellare -Military Science III Capt. Phillip W. Childress- Military Science II Sgt. 1C Thomas E. Avera- Proficiency Platoon, Rifle Team Coach 1st Sgt. Iames D. Houston- Drill Instructor S. Sgt. Ralph T. Hemenway -Supply Sgt. Spec. 5C Kenneth E. Prine -Administration NCO Spec. 4C Elvin D. Sivils- Administration Clerk 'AQ MX I-1.'.T'x nl., .I..-'J L.. Dr Samuel Clark Head Dr. Ben F. Cooper, Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Department of Allied Health Sciences Allied Healih Professions DEPARTMENT OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES Dr. Sam V. Clark-Allied Health Science, Dental Hy- giene Miss Lee Sens-Occupational Therapy Miss Miriam Plank-Occu- pational Therapy Mrs. Kathryn Moran-Occu- pational Therapy Miss Champe Philips-Phy- sical Therapy Miss Sharron Phillips- Phy- sical Therapy- Miss Beth Lawrence-Phy- sical Therapy Mrs. Beverly Iarrell-Dental Hygiene Miss Gladys Edwards-Den- tal Hygiene The objective of the Col- lege of Pharmacy and Al- lied Health Professions is to contribute to the total health care of society through programs of education, re- search and service. In carrying out this ob- jective, the College seeks to inculcate in the student high standards of ethical conduct and responsibility, and re- spect for the dignity of man. A strong commitment of the College is the develop- ment of a health team con- cept among the several health professions. This concept is promoted by sharing of fa- cilities, team teaching by fa- culty, interdisciplinary re- al training of students. In the future, it is planned that the College will serve as a Health Education Cen- ter which will provide the manpower, knowledge and resources to identify and re- spond to the health needs of society. - Dean Ben F. Cooper li" n-JW N qi , 2 " Dr. Doyle R. Hamilton, NLU Infirmary Physician, examines the throat of a patient. '15 " V . J -ami. A?1fV.!,5,k,I: -H " .... . f5.".l!,- 4. -X - . WW X Twp! Nav It ' ,ty w ,w r. lr nv-7 X, , I I 'mx 'X x X' 'X 1 N Q fi XIX Rfk 'nf A ! yi! X 4 AY! fra ,Q N XL fb HPR A , me A.-qjffff AXZA N Wxgxxi X Kg w t , r . K .1 ' P-'J Q we , g i . , . :sf , I' tw tx ,I X W In-xv . . , , . 404214.-asa 1? . 1 D5 if 31' 5 l..f1'5' ' 7 'fam 4 v . ,-. ,, V1 l. ... -J ,.,, ..1,.,f ,egg --,, 3 A -. .'.'.ff:-.-,ff - 1" - Mfyfffff.-'.-.-'fuuf-sa,-, 7. , 'life -Tf?l4g:7ff"' f"ff , ,Ox dwlllff lllllliiglgfsff 3 2 51151 - 1 ,-12' . 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Dupree, Dean of the College of Pure and Applied Sciences The purposes, ideals and goals of the College of Pure and Applied Sciences can be enumerated as follows: flj To train young men and young women in the funda- mentals of their respective career fields for positions of trust and responsibility. 121 To provide young adults with a broad knowledge of facts and theories on which they may build capabilities for future service to their fellow man. ISJ To develop within each student the ability to think critically and ligically and to apply this ability to solv- ing life's complex problems. 141 To give the student fa- miliarity with basic tech- niques to be used in all fa- cets of their lives. l51 To develop in the student the ability to express theory and fact, and to substantiate them convinvingly. In order to achieve these goals, it will be necessary for the faculty of the College to continually evaluate and revise courses and curricula, add new courses and curric- ula when demand exists, and eliminate courses and curricula when current needs for qualified personnel in various career areas dimin- ish. The decade of the 60's and the early years of the 70's indicate a marked trend toward greater emphasis on career oriented curricula, and the College of Pure and Applied Sciences will con- tinue to provide leadership for the University in provid- ing curricula to meet the needs of the times. -Dean Daniel E. Dupree yt 3 Q 11 r, VFW . 39 .MQ Dr. B. Earl Prince, Head ' Mr. Thurmantl. ,Potts, Head I Department of Biology Department of Building Constructnon DEPARTMENT OF Mrs. Frances P. Reddix- MATHEMATICS Mathematics , Mr. Roy D. Avant-Mathe- Mrs. Mignon S. Riley-Math- 4 matics ematics 1, E ' Dr, Igggph L, Avard-Maths? Dr. Charles R. SII1itl1-lVla'll1- 1 matigs 8I'I18tlCS Dr. Lonnie T. Bennett- DP- D0f1H1d G- SPGUCSF- Mathematics MHth0ff1H'fiCS Dr- Alton R, Crawley- Dr. Hulgert Tolman-Com- Mathematics PUT91' Cieflce Dr. Kathleen Ann Drude- MF- lames Dr11ms01e-GrHd- Mathematigs Hate ASSlSt8I1t Dr. Richard T. Fritsche- MPS- Karen lehn-Graduate Mathematics A-SSiSTf1Ilt Mrs. Rosemary R. Hammer MPS- B9I'I1iC6 K9U1P-G1'Hd- -Mathematics Hate ASSlSt8I1t Mr. Frank L. Harmon-Math- Mrs. Grace LaMarca-Grad- 1' 'L' ematigg uate Assistant A Er I ,.,-., Mr. Roderick A. Hickman- MPS- g0f1f1i6 Smith-Gradu- M th t' ate ssistant DY- Richard D' Fimey' Head M1-Sa S:-ix-Z C Igngg- Mr. Travis Thompson-Grad- Department of Mathematics Mathematics ' uate Assistant Dr' Iohn E' Ban-Architec' Mr. Robert R. Rainbolt- tural Drafting, Construc- Mathematics tion Techniques, Water Supply and Sanitation Mr. Ierrold F. Brad1ey-Me- chanics, Concrete Struc- DEPARTMENT OF - - tures, Timber Structures, B101-,OGY D302-IyerbertS'Wa11aCe ZOO Steel Structures Dr. Elton R. Barrett-Bob Mr. Felix R. Garrett-Con- any Dr' Edward C' Whatley- StI'l1Cfi0I1 Sllfveyillg, Tech- Dr. Lawrence S. Baum-Bot- Zoology niques and Management: any Mr. David Bechler-Zoology Electric Service Hrld IH- Dr. Harold C. Bounds-Biol- Mr' BFUCE Boyd-Botany Stallations ogy Mr. lim Collins-Zoology Mr. Thomas D. McDonald- Construction Materials, Ar- chitectural Drafting, Me- chanics Mr. Donald L. Marshall- Construction Surveying, Project Control Systems, Estimates, Senior Semi- nar Mr. Thurman Potts-Con- struction Safety, Thesis and Techniques, Electric Service and Installations Mr. Lamar E. Rogers-Ar- chitectural Drafting, En- gineering - Mechanical Drawing, Building Con- struction Education for Industrial, Arts Teachers Mr. Bryan D. Ritter-Heat- ing and Air Conditioning Dr. Frank M. Boyd-Biology Dr. Charles E. Depoe-Bot- any Dr. Neil H. Douglas-Zoology Dr. Beryl C. Franklin-Zoo- lvey Dr. Dale T. Kee-Zoology Dr. William W. Miller, Ill- Zoology Dr. Russell A. Normand- Botany Dr. William W. Norris, Ir.- Zoology ' Dr. B. E. Prince-Biology Dr. B. L. Ricks-Zoology Dr. R. Dale Thomas-Botany Mr. Kelley Corkern-Zoology Mrs. Gay Ethridge-Zoology Mr. Arthur Fisher-Zoology Mr. Terry Guidroz-Zoology Mr. Iohn Knesel-Botany Mr. Graham Kolb-Botany Mr. David Lawson-Zoology Mr. Warren Myers-Zoology Miss Amy Ouchley-Botany Mr. Sherman Phillips-Zoo- lvsy Mr. Ieff Spencer-Zoology Mr. Frank Tang-Zoology Mrs. Kathy Tolletts-Botany Department of Home Economics Dr. Cecil G. Shugart, Head Department of Physics DEPARTMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF HOME PHYSICS Louis R. Bedell Vincent A. Genusa Larry D. Iohnson Iohn H. Myers, Ir. Robert M. Rickett Iacob L. Segrest Ronald E. Smith Cecil G. Shugart Lester K. Sisemore Michael L. Alford Russell F. Arsaga Lonnie L. Hood Bruce E. Wheeler ECONOMICS Dr. Daisy Daniels-Home Management and HEED Dr. Era Davis-Clothing and Textiles Mrs. Sandra Gosch-Child Development Miss Frances Kelso-Food and Nutrition Dr. Ann Kapp-Clothing and HEED Mrs. Floyda Iones-Family Relations Mrs. Andrea Heckford-Fa- mily Relations Mrs. Susan Lasuzzo-Textiles Mrs. Bonnie Prewitt-Social Etiquette Mrs. Christine Philley-Clo- thing Mrs. Martha Francis-Foods -.Pm-v. l aa-.1 -- I mans. I "n 'I ln? -1 -r . . :T tr 1 .. iz., , -Q.: ., ff rv . -fj"'m HJ' Dr. Earl W. Baker, Head Marcus B. Mapp, Head Department of Chemistry Department of Geology and Geography DEPARTMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY GEOLOGY AND AGRICULTURE Miss Frances Baldwin GEOGRAPHY Dr. I. L. Cason-Animal Sci- Dr. Edward Biersmith Dr. Hugh H. Doney-Geology ence Dr. David Byrd Mrs. Carolyn O. French- Dr. I. G. Hammons-Agro- Dr. Frank Bruscato Geology nomy Dr. Sally Cauthen Dr. L. N. Glawe-Geology Dr. E. H. Allen-Animal Sci- Dr. Robert Holt Mr. D. Herman Iackson- ence Dr. Morgan Kidd Geology Mr. F. H. Holderman-Agri- Dr. Billy L9tS0I1 Mr. Iohn Lewis-Geography cultural Engineering Dr. Kenneth Miller Mr. Marcus Mapp-Geology Dr, P. P. Kapp-Horticulture Dr. Edward Overton Mr. Paul Rawson-Geography Dr. Roger Pettersen Dr. L. M. Young-Geology Dr. Dale Smith Mr. William Bergeron-Geo- Dr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Frank Vingiello Oscar Wright Charles Carlisle Fen-Fen Chen Iessie Hinton . Lucille Iohnson Louis LaDart Randall Normand Phillip Piaseoki Carl Shipp Iayesh Shukla Kizhavana Unnikrishman Hugh Varner Miss Ang logy Miss Mary Foster-Geology Mr. Paul Iehn-Geology Mr. Dave King-Geology Mr. Skeeter Lasuzzo-Geolo- SY Mr. George Nichols-Geology Mr. Craig Odekirk-Geology Mr. Ioe White-Geology Mr. Iohn McCarter-Geology Miss Charlene Shanas-Geo- sraphy if ,Q-7 ,,X,.W-Tv. Y - Y rg -x Y-.-.----- .- --.W -----F,-,- qf-Y ,iii Y H6 I wr: if ,A ff!!-I NN ..,.---... 1- swf ' 249 ' wjiiii -'YZQV' 1 "" ff-Qui. .bd s ' 'it HJ ..-. w lm. X.,-1. ' -ad a..4LL8:,. Ml - g.::f',-151. Q-,-, 5-, ,,. 1. L . -Ll Z' U ' L' . .ww-we .. 3.:..,.:.w -i -M--6-W Dr. J. B. Wooley, Dean of the Graduate School The Graduate School. . . to provide opportunities for improving professional competency through advanced study and scholarly research. . . for promoting the Welfare of general society. . . for further graduate study. The University offers the student the daily use of its library and lab- oratories and anacquaintance with old- er scholars, ready to guide and inspire. Students are expected to do superior work and to master subjects rather than meet minimum requirements and comply simply with formal standards indicated in programs leading toward various degrees. The graduate student. . . assuming far greater responsibility than the undergrad- uate in selecting a specialized program that will best meet his own particular needs. -Excerpts from the Northeast Catalog .mn IN Rl M J' 4.- r x ., 4 -Q 4 1 N 5. . .. K, i 417 RELIGIOUS ., .. , "1 '--Q KM 1 , The Westminister House...open to all student . ...no membership rolls...homelike atmospher ...campus leaders...Bible study...Camp Alabam ...open discussion...home style supper...comm nity affairs...self confidence...productive Chri tian...religious enlightment... The Westminister House is sponsored by the Presbyterian Synod of Louisiana. The gf- A center is open to all students throughout the V school week. The Westminister House con- sists of a game room, a living room, kitchen vm' , and library. During the week students use Y wld the facilities both between and after classes. The Westminister House has no member- ship rolls or eligibility requirements. Stu- dents simply relax, watch television, study, cook or just talk in a warm, friendly, home- like atmosphere. In the field of religious enlightment, Westminister rates among the campus' leaders. Every Sunday evening there is a light homestyle supper followed if ' H by religious discussion. On Wednesday even- 1 ings a Bible study is held and on Sunday '71- mornings students lead in open discussion. The Westminister House also sponsors a retreat each fall and spring at Camp Ala- bama in Sibley, Louisiana. The camp serves as a period to allow the student to termpo- arily get away from his studies and reaf- firm his Contact with God. The Westmini- ster House also sponsors many campus and community activities and encourages its members to take an active part in com- munity affairs. The Westminister House seeks to instill pride and self confidence in its members as well as produce a produc- tive Christian. The Iewish Students Organization . f 1. i 55.1 M i , A n n . nd ' The Baptist Student Union. . . Christian witness. . . higher learn B ing . . . gospel to all men . . . search for truth . . . Christian nurture o ' . . . community service. . . motivates students. . . church member ship. . . leading others. . . experiences. . . Christian missions world The Christian witness of Southern Baptist stu- dent work in all insti- tutions of higher learn- ing is in response to the Lord's command to make known the gospel to all men. Thus is the func- tion of the Baptist Stu- dent Union. The BSU sees this witnessing as an integral part of the nature and mission of the church. And because of this role the Baptist Student Union sees the church as in indispensi- ble instrument in the maturing moral, spiri- tual and intellectual li- ves of students and fa- culty. Also because the University is engaged in the search for truth, of which God is the ulti- mate source, the Christ- , wide. . . study of biblical faith. . . worship and fellowship. . B devotional experiences. . . participation. . . spiritual guidance. . the Baptist Student Union ian perspective is essen- tial to the realization of the ultimate purpose of higher education. The unique nature of the Uni- versitysituationdemands a specialized ministry by the BSU to the in- dividuals in the campus community. Realizing the moral need for re- demption and Christian nurture, the BSU striv- es to motivate student and faculty members to make a commitment and acknowledge Iesus Christ as Lord, Master, and Saviour. In order to ac- hieve this goal, the Bap- tist Student Union makes a special effort to in- volve students, faculty and the general com- munity in responsible church membership and in denominational under- standing and participa- tion. Guiding its mem- bers in worship and de- votional experiences, the BSU promotes active in- volvement in the study of the biblical faith and Christian life. The BSU also involves its mem- bers in Christian com- munity experiences and guides them in Chris- tian witnessing. Other objectives of the BSU include the desire to lead its members in partici- pating inthe Christian missions world - wide, leading others to accept and practice the prin- ciples of Christian ste- wardship, leading others to examine academic disciplines from a Chris- tian perspective and en- ,ffl listing the training and talents of others for a life of Christian service. The BSU accomplishes these goals through va- rious campus and com- munity projects. The BSU is also the scene of many lectures, ban- quets, and other acti- vities given in the in- terest and concern for the college community. Students also find the BSU a nice place to re- lax between or after classes. The BSU has taken its place among the progressive spiri- tual organizations on the NLU campus. Th- rough hard work, study, and devotion, the Bap- tist Student Union is among those setting the pace. A X9 ' ' intl . ll TTT! l l A if The Canterbury Society' Episcopal NLU The Canterbury Society is the Episcopal Club for college students at NLU. Canterbury is affiliated with the St. Tho- mas Episcopal Church at 1308 Filhiol Ave., only 3 blocks north of the campus. The Canterbury fellowship is held every Wednesday ev- ening at 5:30 p.m. The fellow- ship is characterized by the American Folk Mass in which portions of the services are sung with guitar music. The Holy Communion is also ta- ken during this fellowship. After the fellowship the members share in a good home-cooked meal furnished by neighboring Episcopal congregations. The programs planned by the members of the Society range from social parties to in-depth discus- sion of issues relevant to the campus community, the na- tion, and the world. Among The Canterbury Society...fellowship...home cook- ed meal...social parties'...relevant issues...help solve student problems...open-arms to student body...welcome to freshman...Wine and Cheese Party...Father john Lawrence...link between the students and the community...The Canterbury Society... the topics discussed during these sessions range from the war to race relations and abortion. The Society also made arrangements with the campus Mainline organiza- tion in an effort to help solve student problems. This sem- ester Canterbury's members extended open arms to the student body with the pres- entation of an informal Wine and Cheese Party. The main purpose of the party was to extend a welcome to the freshman students. Direct- ing the Society is the Rev. john Lawrence, a man in- terested in students and able to give just and sound advice on almost any aspect of hu- man endeavor. Canterbury is also active in events of other local congregations. The Society worked with neighboring St. Thomas dur- ing its patronal festival. AX D V flag' ' ' Wesley Foundation .... well-rounded human being. . ove and dedication .... understanding .... promotes Christianity or ' campus .... in mainstream of campus life .... fellowship M O facilities .... personnel .... bayou desiard .... open to entire com Love, dedication and understanding. These are the qualities com- mon to every well- rounded human being. These are also the qual- ities emphasized at the NLU Wesley Founda- tion. An organization dedicated to the promo- tion of Christianity on the Northeast campus, the Wesley is in the mainstream of both the physical and spirit- ual well-being of NLU through its services, fellowship, facilities and personnel. Wesley Foundation is located at 112 Delano Drive along the banks of beau- tiful Bayou DeSiard. Although a Methodist organization, the Wes- ley is open to the entire campuscommunity. In an ever continuing effort to relate to the student body and the 1 jx .t W' 9 ,A -T 'il' Qi, I :FX community, the Wes- ley Foundation spon- sors many civic and social activities geared to the overall enlight- ment of everyone. A- mong the many Wes- ley functions include the turtorial program for school children, a companion program for emotionally dis- turbed children and various gifts to needy families in the com- munity. The Wesley is also the scene of many plays, lectures, meet- munity .... relates to entire student body .... many civic and so cial activities .... tutorial program .... companion progran . . . . gifts to needy families. . . . plays. . . . lectures meetings .... place to worship .... honor to God .... friendly at mosphere .... wholesome feeling .... church services. . . reve ence and sincerity .... relaxation .... nice place to spend a littl time .... education .... The Wesley Foundation. ings, art exhibits, re- creational and other activities during the year. However, despite all of these functions, the Wesley is still a place of worship and the members of the foundation always take time to give honor to God. Reverence and sincerity are ever-pre- sent qualities at every Wesley church service. The friendly atmos- phere and the whole- some feeling makes students return to Wes- ley again and again. Some come for relax- ation: some come to worship: some come for both. But no matter what the reason, all will agree that the Wesley Foundation is one of the best places on campus to spend a little time. religious education .... catholic participation .... community service .... knowledge and understanding .... home away 1 from home .... spring picnics .... annual activities skat ing parties .... numerous speakers .... films shows Eas The Newman Aposto- late is the work of the Catholic Church in the secular campus community. Its goals are the religious edu- cation of the Catholic and responsible part- icipation of the Catho- lic in the adademic and civil community. The center strives to be the perfect place for the students, faculty and staff of NLU. The New- man Club is a center for religious knowledge and understanding and is also a home away from home for more than Catholic students. Adjacent to the New- man Center is Christ the King Chapel, the heart of Catholic life at NLU. The center encourages its students to take an active part in functions like the Latin choir, the Altar Society, Ushers and all Mass services. Some of the annual activities of the center include fall and spring picnics with other Newman clubs from North Loui- siana, various suppers and skating parties. In order to instruct New- man members the club hosts numerous speak- ers and holds many open discussion ses- sions. Among the many films shown this year by the Center include stories of the miracles ter basket .... clean-up projects .... blood donations companions for fatherless children .... international night warm friendly atmosphere .... doors always open wor ship and fellowship .... chance to meet new friends new ideas .... determination and faith in the Lord.. a haven for weary students .... leading others to Christ. . more re sponsive to student .... Christ the King Chapel. perfect place for faculty and staff of NLU .... the Newman Center of Fatima and Gari- bandal. The Center is not only dedicated to the betterment of its members but also seeks to make the community a better place to live. Some of the activities the Center sponsors to help the community include Easter Baskets for Mentally Retarded lid tits? Children, clean-up pro- jects to aid the senior citizens of the area, blood donations to area hospitals and research ggntgrs, companion programs for father- less children and an international night in honor of the foreign students on the NLU campus. A haven for the weary student, the Newman center has a warm and friendly at- mosphere that is in- viting to all. The doors of the center are al- ways open and the cen- ter extends open arms to all who wish to join them in worship and fellowship. The Center offers a chance to meet new friends and meet new people. New ideas constantly unfold at the Center and these ideas are utilized by the Center to make it even more responsive to students needs. In an age of uncertainty and doubt, the Newman Center remains stead- fast to its goal of lead- ing other to the ways of Christ. With youth, determination and faith in the Lord, the mem- bers of the Catholic Center stride forth with more determina- tion than ever before. Chi Alpha As college students, Chi Alpha is dedicated to the belief that the college way of life must also be supplemented with the Christian ex- perience lest there be found a displeasing bal- ance in education. Active leaders in Chi Alpha include Reverends Floyd Key, Iohnny Storz, Eugene Brown, lim Wilson and Bob Clanton. Officers this year include Glenn Martin and David Domengeaux. Chi Alpha, the col- legiate organiza- tion of the nation- al Christ's Am- bassadors Depart- ment, general council of the As- semblies of God, receives its Greek letters-XA-to stand for "Christ's Am- bassadors". Chi Alpha is an in- terdenominational club with its pur- pose being to bring together students to live their faith. The aim of the organization is to bridge the trou- bled waters within the races, creeds and religions. The organization prea- ches that Christ was crucified, al- though that is a stumbling block to some but unto Chi Alpha it is the power and wisdom of God. Chi Alpha is gear- ed to provide Chris- tian fellowship among NLU stu- dents. Each se- mester Chi Alpha invites several guest speakers to appear before the group as well as musically talent- ed evangelistic groups. Member- ship in Chi Alpha is open to those who desire a fur- ther look into the Christian way of life and to all be- lievers who are seeking to find a place to worship and serve within the fellowship. ' I GREEKS -xx f v: I I : ,.-Il, I . Ir ,N G.. . 4. I.. Af., 'II I .I Hell E5 r 1 F ' . 1. 9 qv I K I" -I . I 1 gy :ig-5'-Q nf. I -- I , . .libs . - hr I -. ., . , - q,1,II,, ..-I, 'o 1' ' 1577: , Q' 'J' l 3 'jxlq ' 'f7""f'N K 1 I ' ' K I1 ' " . 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F .1 4 1- ' .ww any 1-5- 'Z ,1- L1 1 , a 4-233 S' 'a it t 1 Bruce Farmer 16 Jim Prince 5 gg 5 2 Earl Roulaine 17 Bill Rauschkolb 3 Chris Anthony Treasurer 4 Gene Savoie 18 Phil Deaton ' 5 Jim May 19 Richard Powell 5 l 6 Lynn Lincecum 20 Randy Fuller 7 Jerry Key Pledge Educator Secretary 21 Lee Baxter 8 Dan Fuller 22 Joe Ware 23 24 9 Tom Medley 23 Gregory Flobichaux . Vice-President 24 Larry Deaton 10 David Brown 25 Don Solanas 11 Keith Kirby 26 Mike Madden President 27 Jay Colvin L 12 David Smith 28 Pete Childress 26 27 28 29 3,30 5' 13 David White 29 l.Bl8l'ld Rawls 14 Dr. Harold Bounds 30 Tim Howington 15 Rod Gangwish 31 Mike Laughlin 5. .,- ' Ffa 5-:wifi is 'fmt iff 'flue ' aaa rm-U-ggzgltili , -A' iv, V, . Q15 .wi wel t llulitllii- 1 1'- .-' lk' R-'l .Lvl 1 . larlfyilil 'f 1 1 JY: -I 4 A ' lifilvliilliffl - 1, I .L- esaz- S 7 -2 is so YQ:-for ' Ei-i'il?ll my me -5 ' A. Q , fl 37 II' qx. , . 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Acacia 1973. olarship, Leadership. r 1 W 4 I 1 Linda Greer 2 Carole Martin 3 Gail Scroggins 4 Sandy Underwood Vice-President 5 Gene Ann Bertonaschi 6 Alice Myatt Treasurer 7 Beverly Devine 8 Dale Cheek 9 Kathy Rayford 10 Sandy Watts 11 Belva Berlin 12 Judy Johnson 13 Loraine Tomlinson 14 Kathy Smith 15 Cheryl Larrieu 16 Sonjie Moody 17 Denise Cazenave 18 Kerry Greene 31 Marian Kilcoyne 32 Marleen Finley 33 Sally Walpole Recording Secretary 34 Donna Sylvester 35 Nancy Davis 36 Kathleen Marshall 37 Debra Wirt 38 Patti Hartman Corresponding Secretary 39 Jackie Kelsoe 40 Wanda Thrower 41 Judy Gannaway 42 Cinday Caraway 43 Lynn Hardey 44 Jan Hudson 45 Nancy McDaniel 46 Jan Wilson President 47 Ann Miller , 19 Laflda Bell 48 Nancy Bozeman an 20 Shirley Brandt 49 pai page 4 Q 21 Rosetta Gregorio 50 Janna Sims 5 es Chaplain 51 Melanie Tucker L 3 22 Leah wimbefiv 52 susan uuggins as 23 Jan Odom 53 Terri Grantham ao 24 Elaine Roper 54 Janie Ingram A M 25 Debbie Loviza 55 pany Graves 1 F 5 26 Karen Cole 55 Becky Doies 5 B 58 U 5 Bl 50 49 47 46 45 44 45 42 ' 4l 40 59 39 37 56 36 i i , if i 1 29 Judi Sherman 59 Janet Hiller l 30 Mary Hickman 3 n- Went to a Garden Party Bring me a rose, a friend, add peace and love, that's what makes AOPi's happiness. A Chacahoula beauty and outstanding soror- ity women in Monroe Panhellenic Highest scholastic average. Want a mule? Yes, a mule. Rush: Little Women, Peter Pan, and pastel gowns. SGA Vice-President, she's an AOPi girl. Shout it to the Whole world, "I'm an AOPi Annie." -N S X-XQ Lg., rs hiiimg V A 'Aki 1. Patricia Hawkins Alpha Angle 3. Cathy Ellis Sweetheart 3. Joyce Williams Alpha Angle 4. Cathe James Financial Secretary 5. Floy Burnell ' resident Vice P 6. Nathan Winesberry 7. Jimmy Christian 8. Oscar Barber 9. Sidney Holmes 10. Glenn Hicks President 11. Sam Smith Pledge Trainer 12. Dwight Allen 13. Chris Gabriel Secretary F .-. ltffiw-we 1" .Wi-".f " ' f-as-J WLS"-J? , , ...s :Et-Cyflcl Mi M . lJkl.l9 Fltiill olflill CELL rd ff 'F r " 4 Light of the World First black fraternity founded December 4, 1906. Eta Chi Chapter established March 8, 1972 at NLU. Must display sphinxman. Alpha Phi Alpha stands for high scholastic stan- dards, high moral character. Brotherhood, personal progress, loyalty, respect of womanhood. We shall transcend all, Alpha Phi Alpha. r .N . 1 lf ' a X vii , 1 it ,-"ff l"t Ewllii i .,K,, -.W , ,Nh X 'viii 3 'ill --1.-.-1 4' ,. Vg H '- ttf' , f .- .' -li J ,- J' 1,23 'ifflilft 'Qu Ziff'-ig?-r r:" l',."".l,-ll , , 3-ff-ft-' 4: F' wE" : Y X ' Q :www ' l' "l ivu' ., ,.. ,,,,,J,A I F I r l-.fr - X ' r -ini:-V. . - A L: l.. . . Y , .V ,, . L., 't it SA ilig-'Mir' ' 'qui 'NV 'M ' I ,F 'I' 4' Southern Gentlemen Maintains 'Southern tradition with Old South. Quite a weekend with Sharecroppers Ball, Garden Party, and Old South Formal. Kappa Alpha Rose-Ellie Carter. Founded at NLU December 8, 1956. Colors-crimson and gold: flowers-red rose and magnolia. Fall brings football, rush, The Convivium. Active in intramurals, charity and public service projects. Christmas caroling on campus brings a lot of excitement. KA means Brotherhood. Qi! -'..e.,, .. ..-v.1::-as E ' li l A M Flag i . Jeff Edmund Randy Scoggin Hut Howell Lloyd Trichell Bobby Wyche Hershel Floyd Ellie Carter Kappa Alpha Rose Tom Le Bleu Dr. Jack Collins Faculty Advisor Doug Herrod Gary Williams David Eoff Glenn Sl. John No. 6 Rickey Herlevic . John Traweek David Stockinger Ron Anderson Randall Ferguson David McLomore Rick Tomlin Emmet Barham Wayne Joiner Stuart Moberly John Owons Richard Ingram Paul Barker David DeLoach 28. Joe McCartney 29. Chuck Norris No. 2 Alan Elbert Mike Fulco Kerney Hall David McDaniel Mark Dover Pike Hall Robby Marx Bill York Dan Fostervan Chuck Westerch Ed Coleman Bill McCanless Gregg Montgomery No. 1 Ed Breedlove Kevin Kathy Ronny Haines John Pierce Larry Jones Joe Foote No. 4 Eddie Lyons Greg Lemoine Danny Cain 52. Todd Simons Larry Petltee Mark Cappello Bill Livingston Clay Dukes Paul Heilman No. 3 J N 71, N I pf' 159 5-Q l, fi S 0' x s. fl 1. v lc,,., Paula Potts Sandy Jelks Pam McCulloch Susan Trichel Gretchen Cole Susan Crowe Dianne Cook Dottie McEnery Debbie Gremillion Carolyn Harvllle Pat Bates Suaie Smith Kathy Dorris Cyndy DeBray Lisa Sanders Jo Ann Young Susan Worley Dolly DeBray Dana Luse Debbie Reed Susan Eubanks Cindy Snead Eileen Lastowsky Janet Ford Sally Bamburg Libbey Moseley Secretary Pat Lilly Lee Patterson Susan Ebarb Marilyn Fayad Deborah Smith Kay Fleming Beverly Younger Roslyn Williams . Judy Coon . Janet Denning Connie Prince Karen Kelly Peggy Leigh Karen Hayward Donna Capaldi Candy Copes Mary Jane Flynn Dianne Moody Mary Anne Percy President Leslie Faucett K. B. O'DonnelI Deni Carrier Susan Maison Cindy McGee Bitsey Jensen Kay Dennings Scott Stuart Dagger Man Debbie Christman Brenda Boyett Debbie Knight Kay Hastings Linda Eckerd Thersa Anderson Elaine Hawthorne Sharon Nabours Sara Walters Susan Norman Denise Festavan Sandy Cornett Leanne Svigel Sherry Williams Treasurer Let the Goodtimes Roll "It always good to start at the beginning." Seventy-fifth anniversary-founded Octo- ber 23, 1897. Follow the yellow brick road to Dorothy and the Tinman, then KD Hades- that's rush! Powderpuff and pledges, ham- burger and steak-go Lil' Sisters. Thanks- giving and a service, puppets and crippled children-all for mankind. Spring brings Kandy Apples, White Rose Formal, and a new Dagger Man. Emeralds and pearls for our girls. Honorable, beautiful, highest. . . lasting sisterhood. 269 Q +4-. ma' r w . I U -Q ,J Aft. 16 v G' 21 A i 4-.,,'gf-,,ha.',J',1'ir,Hg,n: ,Tiff ,M 'w -, 1 'N .. fe gg-V. ,v ,, x..,'i,q sl L , . , , . V-r 'Z 'gifs' . - 1,1 ' . 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Jimmy Stone Gary Brodnax Mark Miles Doug Farr Dan Denton Bret McCoy Riley Fudicker Hugh lnabnet Randall Loefller Bill Young Kyle Jones Charlie Kothmann Tom Mears Guy Ellis Glenn Brian Randy Hunnicutt Gary Gentry Cliff Porch Bobby Underwood Larry McHale Dan Cole Joe Farr Greg Williams Bill Touchstone ivy" EFF' .111 Q Bononia Docet A decade at Northeast. Old Char- ter Week and Founders Day, events that signify their found- ing. Charity Bowl, their annual service project, always is a suc- cess. Phi Mu loves shaving them down to size at the shaving cream fight. Green Party with other Kappa Sig's. Star and Cre- scent Ball presents new Star and Cresents girls. Kappa Sig- AEKDB. 1 n 4. f 1 u 9 .lr ...Mi , - ,:'4 ? lv A , 4 , ,3,,.,.,,,,f.,,,,,,,...v.A,..,..... ...-..,..... fl. " , iff 'ress-MEQQ.-,:..,f1:'f. . . k ,, 1 QQ... A-1 , L- ,1,'-,731-...1,.wL,v Y . - 2gf.4L"-4 : fs-.1 " r ,., 1, V, ,i., ,A W. 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Christmas toys for needy children, ex- tending a "helping hand." Ponytails at our Fif- ties Dance. Fraternity sweethearts. Singing on a flatbed truck. Always near, Kris Krisom- Phi Mu Beau. Phi Mu memories to cherish .... Love,Iionon Trudm 7 "Y W 11 , l 1 . 1 jj 5 Q5 .1 1 'hav A QA-V' -5 -1 ,--",'. N z 1- 1! ' A ' .. Y' ll' 1 , 21' . Wa . .1 Q f rr I . S-1'r 1tiw 1 P l . ' l .- :fag 'fi-gl if ' an -,. .alhfu -'Hi' al1,.a'g15,,,m,..g l . W-if 'mir -' -15... g:S""g . 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Dream girl becomes Greek Goddess. Community activi- ties-Toy Bowl and Leuke- mia Drive. Pikes win '72 Greek Games. The Friendly Fraternity founded March 1, 1868. Garnet and Gold. "Keep on Truckinf' 22 Gus Lehmann r " ' 0' 1 1 ' 41, " ' . . , A: -gg-:iw . I In . . ' v I v: '91 'Y ,.. l in 'Ln 7' ' 4.: , ','. l lf 'VFQ ' 51: J LL .fin a . Ang! rw, V 1 li-Y"4i .- Q Q 'I-.'?faj 9" 4 3' f if f 53' " . '. .L ..-3 -X wh Qt , -4 U fn W' Qt fi ,-KL. 'I--4 f,..'v'x If ' ,ffgtf L 5. ' " V ,.--Q .li I Q-,Q J, . N - av. X an 'Ai V ,F lf. ,L-1, ' 1 , ' Q- ' - 4 , .' , .2 ' gr.1-,gf . --,st Q. V - 4 sf -,.- ' 'DL -. .XP Ai' 4 ' - sw, if W 4 ' . xg Q...f-v - +I 1 H- c I h kit Al n . ,- .I4 Y, ' .1 -A -5 ., ' A ' '- f ::fg,?'...- I ' ' 'f'x,:'Ts -"1-"3'-df.-fs A :ff ' 9 , - J, In - r - ' l1,'51C:-iffgzav L . Q ' if -wi . '21 1' 1-,, , -U D, Y. h , l ,, . f'3.f.5r -- 2:--Q 4 1' " - ' .- I .Liv-'h ,VV 2, ,H V- . E M . ,, in 1 1 1, ,, ti -- . " .. 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' 3 X-M' lg ' .je f ff ' 4' wk ,f , 5 Q' ei!" vf ff A -1.1" fa, if 1 K 4, 1- A' .J .- -E' 4 ' yr ,. f -.4 , 1 ' ll? ix ff- I , --A ,Jn 'Q 2 625' 1 Philip Duncan 2 Kris Krison 3 John Yerger 4 Rod McCoy 5 Bob Bewick 6 Lawrence Vaughn 7 Paul Draper 8 David Bonicard 9 Sam Cimino 10 Ski Wawrzyniak 11 Bill Thrasher Vice-President 12 Joe Brocato 13 Jerry Hood Advisor 14 Forrest King 15 Chuck Strickland President 16 Diane Chesteen White Rose 17 Richard Villa Treasurer 18 Hugh Whatley 19 Hillory Quinn 21 Jarrett Bamburg 22 Bill Moody 23 Wayne West 24 Mark Nelson 25 John Hammons 26 Sam Grizzaffi 27 Jim Murphy 28 Hank Cooksey 29 Mike Breard 30 Robert Goleman 31 Paul Smith 32 Frank Thaxton 33 Steve Wilkinson 34 Sam Greer 35 Ricky Willis 36 John Bernhardt 37 Charles McCormick 38 Jimmy Pennington 39 Larry Roach 40 Eddie Stevenson 41 Doug McCoy 42 Bob Berney 43 Steve Reynolds 44 Mike Hollier 4 20 Donald Waters 45 Bill Walker il - ii iii i Af-lVlS0f 46 Bill Lee Gatoring Sig Tau did their thing in the middle of the dance floor-What a Homecoming! Start the year with a rush and a Playboy Dance- "Bunny" Maureen. Active on campus-two cheerleaders and a SGA President. Bike race, car wash, City Clean Up-Sig's are active. Spring blossoms with White Rose Dance, Sig Tau's White Rose-Diane Ches- teen. Community service begins with Lions Club Shrimp Boil and Ierry Lewis Muscular Distrophy Drive. Hoddie Toddie, who are we. . . Sig Tau. ' H Ll inf, .1- fx ,Q mix: ,J ., A 4 Y . "PA ' :"".xf 'F' Ev V. 5 ,J .1 1- cz 5"-:jim-,fix , my-"?l.r ip Qing 11 14 " - -, ,g 5 A' I QQ as sv 'I"':,. iff.. 3-.- 5' . ,NA -. I.. TL., . P' --- JH- tv, L 1 X ",- 1 ,-ul .. 1,1 ,!-L., -..W .LQ 4.1 ggi? fi iii ' Fraternity for Life Rush parties bring new pledg- es for an old fraternity. Fall semester includes intramu- ral football, Homecoming Party, Homecoming display and dance. Annual car bash proves to be exciting. Visits from other Tekes from North- western and Little Rock. Finally-the Red Carnation Ball. Q -Q-ge YJ ,rp 571' 'Ng grid X W9 "'e L1iI14.4fLi"'fJ 5 ' u r -A A M :ug V wink., - Q K 1 I , M , ,,. 5: 4' I K :gp Q X is ' .I .1 ,'lJ A Daniel McCuellan Marshall Swenson Keith Truner Secretary Hugh Glasgow Kathy McBride Sweetheart Dareal Baker Robert Bannan Pledge Trainer Beaux Robicheaux Treasurer . Johnny Lightfoot Stan Guillory 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Greg Smith Larry Brawner Chuck Lyons Bill Miller Vice President . Jay Basco Randy Jordan Gary Bordelon Bill Lawler Chris Burns Ben Rushing Chris Malvihill Daniel Walker Perry Kent l tl ".-' .P ' 279 'Cf' Q ig, ', k ai L, . ,J .A A ,1ffg,,,, :QR 7 V 1-' 1 x ,1 32? " 'ml U -f' ,gr - ,L A Ol: . ,4 V ,.i.. 'L .fl ,f7?fg? ,, ..-1.1 'ggi-1 , n lg 154' , il - r ,ef-s if .Y"'- , ' i .1 my , A 'iiytiffrf T "FF f"' Q .T-3 V! f ' l ' 'lf D ll! If . A! ,-F' Year of the Unicorn Beta Psi adopts national symbol. Unicorn on house and at stadium. National Convention in New Orleans, Bourbon St. and Pat O'Brien's, meeting other Brothers. Rush-kegs and jungle juice, turning rushees into pledges. Fall makes 1 ...fag pledges into actives. Football: two TX cheer- leaders, Homecoming with alumni, Mafia returns with Tech. Hayride and bonfires with "Rayville Q W Q5 Rednecks." Big Brothers surprising Lil' Brothers, I A up ' r drinking after fun and games. Christmas Dance- 1 -' l 5,25 toys as a ticket, food for the needy. Chicken-Lady M f:-.,QiEi'ZL lrlsigilf -lil 'MA as a Sweetheart. 6294 Formal and Champagne on the Bayou makes the Spring. Theta Xi-where T , "' Q, - il being Greek is a little better. R - 'fl use-.:. - l - . " fi H 3. .mv i'g.r.,Q lfmL'l ' ,,ll' 7'?,3.,frfl ','1,'ixQi sag'-n ' ' ll ' " Y' s- - L ' ' ' f. MW ' ""1,', r ii lm, ' 6. his .fe , x S 3 N WAYS? vyli h 'ffl lib Y, 7 . Q A 3 ' W ,g ' -2 2 -'-. ,e : Z EM ' 4' ' l ' xiii lv f , U' lr .li L 'ff,. , R' - ' Y :'z'7 tl" u ,Isl ,- V Elia ,U ,l Q ,ff4,' 5.574 ::,.,L' :X- -T ls diff- lie gl Jack Landry Glen Davison Keith Ferguson Rod Guy Randy Deveny Steve Marlowe David Linzel Rayiord Johnston Chuck Couvillion Steve Thibodeaux Robert Rogers Joe Worley Robert Mays Marty McKay Martin McHenry Jerry Fields Hugh Gober Charles Mulhearn Paul Johnston Donald Musick 21. Joe Humble Doug Walker Tim Lee Richard Lawrence Secretary Keith Quibodeaux Glenn Lively Treasurer Zelda Simmons Sweetheart Matt Mouser Raymond Nevel Buddy Jackson James Ray Herron President Terry Aucoin Pledge Trainer Ken Rachal George Mouk 35. Todd Moore Marvin Guidry Issac Luffy Phil Henry Vice President Mike Migues Blount Armstrong .QI Q, v 1 V v 1 :VM .1 :I fl 41 .1 it "". ,, Y 1. ., 41 4 x r k 1. Becky Flannagan 2. Carol Porter PGQQY SHPD Mary Ann Pohtson 5. Carol Dixon Cathy Duchesne Susan Hinckley Katen Beard 28. Janet Richardson Carol Black Dvfvlhv MCCOY ao. JoAnn Hotard 4 Daphne Cfaifl Katharine Bennett Pfesldefli Susan Schmitt Dlmlly Derrick Dana Faughf 9- Judy Defee Jeannine Flowdon .2 Vice President Donna Gggton Q Kathy MCBfid9 Evalyn Yeats Pledge Trainer Cindy Pease Pam GVSQOVY Linn Swanson It 12- Joan Hunt Kathy Jordon Laura UPYOU Beth Hoffman 5 Janie Jahnke Robin Polynard as sz as Q l 22 Linda Sartor Debbie Bennett Kay Lee Susan Hiers I Regina Harrell Marky Walker f I I t L Karen BBFIOW Correspondence Secretary Bett Com ton B k st ' kl d 0 40 4I 42 45 44 as 46 47 as ns 4 Ginge, Duane P2313-greg: an I Sherri Fontenot Jana Walker Q J f Linda LeBreton Karen Stewart i WA, ,.W Y -- Joyce Paul Libby Haynes A A' ' K' 24. Judy Chandler -'29, Ill ' I 0 1' I ' "pl O l-1 'U f 0,57 Court of Themis Themis, patron goddess. Seek the noblest. Spirit of love, love for our sorority. White violets, crown and shield all make up ZTA. Zeta ladies fit different roles, fraternity sweethearts, SGA senators, Panhellenic president, Greek Goddess, warbonnets and calendar girls. Rush brings Peanuts and Snoopy and Camelot. Service to the needy. Heaven party, Christmas slumber party, White Violet Ball, Turquoise and gray, the colors that we Wear . . . emblems of a sis- terhood beyond compare. ,-- -, . l - " m -'a 462' it ,' ,Qff :half- s'1 ,sf Interfraternity Council-a constitu- tional body invested with the management of the infraternity affairs. Primary func- tion-coordination of rush activities. In the spring sponsors "GREEK WEEK" which brings fraternities and sororities a little closer together. IFC helping NLU Fraternities in their endeavor to advance the Greek system at NLU. ln ,gf . 1 ff- .M ni ' l i t W . . A. a. 1.5,-l jx ,,,: , , ,r,,.,- Y- i . dl' ' 4-' qi -- -'GQL Jim Haddox, Advisorg Jimmy Herron, Theta Xlg Charles Schaeffer, Pi Kappa Alphag Daniel McCuller, Tau Kappa Epsilong David Bonicard, Sigma Tau Gammag Marshall Swenson, Tau Kappa Epsilon. iuuuu'IIq-gm-pci. g?ifi'55.i - Standing left to right: Carol Porter, Zeta Tau Alphag Janice Benoit, Phi Mug Pat Lilly, Kappa Delta: Mary Anne Percy, Kappa Deltag Jan Wilson, Alpha Omicron Pig Maureen McGeever, Phi Mu. Seated left to right: Daphne Crain, Zeta Tau Alphag Wanda Strickland, President, Zeta Tau Alphag Tere Green, Phi Mug Susan Eubanks, Kappa Deltag Wanda Thrower, Alpha Omicron Pig Gail Scroggins, Alpha Omicron Pi. NLU-Four Sororities working togeth- er to achieve the ultimate-SISTERHOOD. Idealistically committed to high principles and worthwhile endeavors. Changing image from "Social Groups" to "Service Sorori- ties". Phi Mu-S. S. Hope, Alpha Omicron Pi-Arthritis Foundation, Kappa Delta- Crippled Children, Zeta Tau Alpha-Men- tal Retardation Foundation. All Working for the betterment of man. Panhellenic creed states "Fraternity life is not the enjoyment of special privileges but an op- portunity to prepare for wide and wise hu- man service". Panhellenic working to better NLU- A 1 1 . ,T X ,E 1972 Greek-Week Goddess, Wanda Strickland, Zeta Tau Alpha Greek Goddess W W ,A X PM ' 'L-fir - f'-'Nfl '.'f'. -gn, L' xr--I 232155 :fw.f- - 5.11.5-GYLQ k:f'fgUf.',:,v-1,--mf- lv V W--.U--,-.f -3 fx' ,- Av. -'+A s ii-AL LLL? ,,. 4 wx. - K -M 'LE am., nvli we . .,-' ' iii-'w' - ' us. Jh',!,,,. .. ': , f MN u w m 1 X 'mr mlm! mum II ws ny P -4. 288 Tiixi H. Q . 1 9 V Lf F . Obtaining a degree in such fields as aviation, nursing, law enforcement, and other courses of study, consists not only of classroom work, but also apprenticeship in the chosen career field. Follow- ing is a brief insight of some of these "on-the-job" studies. Among the new fields of study at Northeast is Law Enforcement. The student receives classroom instruction until the last semes- ter of his senior year, when he is then required to observe and participate in law enforcement activities with a local, state, or federal law enforcement agency. After four months of employment, the student receives the needed credit and is certified by his direct supervisor. 291 Amwfmluw A +4 4 I 'Avi A :L xx S JF' ffi fff 7 l'. Proper care of teeth is the aim of a dental hygienist. At Northeast dental hygiene students are exposed to den- tal health problems in Northeast's own clinic. These students not only gain valuable experience by operat- ing this clinic, but also fulfill their requirements of clinical practice. li -, , , tv 1' , ' -Q i v -M- ,I ,,-w 'rt Q Lix It takes a special talent to deal with other people's suffering. After completing the required academic courses, student nurses must complete 200 hours of practical work in a local hospital. These student nurses are supervised by registered nurses. 295 296 The university's home economics program requires that its students complete two years of academic study before selecting their chosen field in home economics. Among the fields to choose from are clothing and textiles, family life, and industrial manage- ment. After choosing his field, the student must apply two years of study in the chosen area. All students majoring in Pro- fessional Aviation select one of the three Aviation options that are offered at Northeast: Airline Flight, General Avia- tion, or Air Traffic Manage- ment. The university, in con- junction with a local air field, has set up a program that allows its students to have on-the-job training while pur- suing required courses of study. X 511, N-,,f 4 Methods of dehorning, castrating, slaughtering, and curing of animals are presented to the student enrolled in animal science. The student, while completing all academic courses, must also par- ticipate in several labs which will further his know- ledge of proper care and treatment of animals for man's benefit. 6 1,-. ,NS Students of medical technol- ogy fulfill their requirements and also gain experience by working a forty-hour week for one year at a selected hospital. Northeast has set up this program with local hospitals in order for these students to obtain their bacca- laureate degree directly from the university. 5' Students of occupational and physical therapy gain credits and experience by observing and practicing in a profession- al atmosphere. Local hospit- als and institutions cooperate with the university and allow NLU students to broaden the scope of their education. ew tl H' is H , in W Northeast has now a degree in radiologic technology to confer upon those who wish to pursue this field. The student, after completing two years of academic study at the university, begins his internship at a local hospital under direct professional su- pervision. Vy I 5 i' w I A' X5 4. mx!! Speech and hearing therapy students gain valuable experience plus fulfill their requirements for grad- uation by working in the university's speech and hearing clinic. This internship at the clinic enables the student to deal with the types of speech and hearing defects which he will be dealing with in his profession. N K ,0,J.. 307 K AM W9-iii", Students enrolled in social welfare must, during their last semester, practice 4-6 hours weekly in approved social welfare agencies and attend numerous seminars. This field experience gives the student and university an idea of how the student will function. og ' , .wzyrg xr .. .,.-.,L.... H .faq Forty hours per week, for a period of one semester, is spent at a local hospital as an intern by those students in operating room technology. This in- ternship is under the supervision of Northeast and constitutes a complete unit of college work. All courses in the unit must be completed before credit will be awarded for individual courses. Total credit for internship is nineteen hours. Q4 SEC B ENVAENIUA RYQCENHNAL! J After 90 hours of academic study at NLU those students enrolled in the college of education must make the transition from student to teacher. Student teachers are sent to area school to teach under the supervision of a qualified teacher. These one-the-job trainees gain the needed' experience to obtain a degree in education. J fha? ,1 S Under the supervision of Dr. V. Iackson Smith, Associate Professor of Speech and Director of Broadcasting, the students oper- ate a campus FM radio station and video tape programs for local television stations. Students take turns operating all of the equipment, as well as announcing and direct- ing. Programs produced include original scripts written by the students. JU' 1 . I g f " ,tk gt?'.' 1 " 12' 1,4 :f".:'.: 3 5 il Y, TODAYS TONIUV' WAIVMH- NE WDS, -5-I5 BEC if 4O'5 1 BLACK HISTORY WEEK 9' ,aw wi P' Black History Week 1973 is gone but one can bet that it is not forgotten. The second week in February 1973 came alive with pageantry, information, and entertainment, all going to give the week devoted to reorganizing black achievement and scholarship very special mean- ing. The week began Monday at noon with a campus-wide moment of prayer. For the re- mainder of the day and the rest of the week, literature, art, paintings, sculpture, magazines, and other artifacts relating to black life and the black experience were on display. Works by such great authors as Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, and Countee Collens were on week-long display. Tuesday, however, brought the first of the two spectacular events of the week. Tuesday night 15 lovely young ladies competed for the crown of Miss Black History Week. The contestants were chosen on the basis of beauty, charm, poise, and talent. The winner was selected by the black student body in a campus-wide election. Miss Donna Douglas, a sophomore liberal arts major, was crowned Miss Black History Week. Miss Tonette Loyd was chosen first runner-up, and Miss Cathy Ellis was chosen as second runner-up. Richard Miles, a city school official, was the guest speaker at the first annual event. The pageant was cover- ed by the press and the local broadcast media. Wednesday night found a small but enthusi- astic gathering on hand to hear Dr. Richard Chardkoff and the Rev. Iohn Russell deliver addresses related to the black experience in America. Dr. Chardkoff, associate professor of history at NLU, spoke on the impact of blacks on the emergence of Americaf Rev. Russell spoke on the aspects of racism. Thurs- day night, an overflow crowd was on hand in the SUB auditorium for the presentation of Black History Week's 1973 variety show. The hour-and-a-half program contained songs, po- etry, readings, and mini-plays related to the black mood and the expressions in Africa and America. Poetic readings ranged from Iames Weldon Iohnson's "Creation" to original poetry written by the students themselves. The plays dealt with typical human responses, life in the black ghetto, and recent upsurges in black films. Talented black musicians rendered the musical entertainment for the evening with songs like "Reach Out and Touch" and "Lift Every Voice and Sing," easily emerging as the favorites of the night. The program was re- garded as one of the most successful of the year. 1 3 s - f , ,. ,r -r ,.. ,I s if ISJJ3 I 4 7 qi' 11- 3, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N W 1 t 1 1 1 X 1 ' 1 X ap' -'IS C3 CLASS OFFICERS: Cyndy DeBray, Secr.-Treas.g Bill Lee, Presidentg Michelle Howard, Vice-President FRESHME Patricia Abington, Elementary Ed., Shreveport , Sidney Accardo, Pre Law, Monroe Charles Aceves, Pre Pharmacy, Covington f' Martha Acree, Home Ec., Monroe Deborah Adams, Pre Occupational Therapy l ff Haynesville , Fredrick Adams, French, Monroe Ty Adams, General Business, Keatchie Arthur Adcock, Pre Pharmacy, Vivian James Akin, Pre Pharmacy, Sibley LaJuana Albritton, Nursing, Monroe . Marie Albritton, Nursing, Kilbourne T . Cynthia Alford, Education, Monroe -X N. Q A E T ?. X f N if - f f' ' ' M3 l Glenn Allbritton, Pre Pharmacy, Jennings Alex Allen, Music, Winnsboro Luster Allen, Lib. Arts, Greenville, Miss. Roxanne Allen, Medical Technology, Elton Luther Allgood, Lib. Arts, Summerfield ' Richard Allison, Pre Law, Bossier Allen Anderson, Music, Shreveport Spencer Anderson, Pre Pharmacy, Sulphur Smylie Anderson, PXA Sci., Hammond Terry Anderson, Pre Law, Shreveport Theresa Anderson, Art, Monroe Diane Andries, Nursing, Marksville f'xxJi Tl f Bill Anglin, Lib. Arts, Haynesville Ngan Woo Ardan Chan, Pharm., Hong Kong Brenda Armstrong, Nursing, Arcadia Faye Armstrong, Accounting, Bastrop Jo Ann Armstrong, Accounting, Monroe Joellyn Arnold, Nursing, Bossier City ' -i fre , . X 4 Vivian Arnold, Pre Occupational Therapy, Monroe A f Bruce Ashley, Lib Arts, Abbeville Floy Aston, Physics, Monroe . . -5 , James Attaway, Lib Arts, Winnfield ' - -. Ronald Babb, Building Construction, Monroe ., Susan Bairnsfather, Pre Dentistry, Girard Gene Baker, Pre Pharmacy Haynesville Keith Baker, Government, Tioga Melvin Baker, Management, Monroe Nadine Baker, Special Education, Bastrop Ln? 1 S Robert Baker, Computer Science, West Mon- 41, roe f fl ' - 5- llY - T T Evonne Baldwin, PXA Sci., Alexandria James Bales, Pre Law, Rudyard, Mich. Sally Bamburg, Pharm., Vivian Peggy Bann, Mathematics, New Orleans Mary Banning, Office Administration, Bossier Ci Kendall Barefield, Marketing, Jigger Rebecca Bareswill, General Business, Delhi n ,FQ gtg, Ei. : in ' V4 - ' 'Il - - 1 I -':'.'.'p'-'f.'.'f 1 . T 7 . ,- 1 , -, , - I . , . 4, . , F , . ll I . t ' ff ' . '- 4 . l' 'L , ' - wi A ' 43:3 'waffzgy-'RJ .-'- N Q 'iw' 1 , -L .L my 2 X' - X in 4 ,,.. I, xt- 'L ,.. I.. 'C' Q . xx 'ft f gs- 4 .. . A A an-vs , Za .. , , 0 ' sy if . . r' ' ,, ' '1 Q .' -un. V. ' qi Q. K, I. ., I T . E X . ri .5 9 l -L ff: . ,- xiii In ' S A fy I7 3 at T ffl ' u.-1, Q. 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' W lit - lf? j , . l Donna Barham, Office Administration, Bastrop Durwood Barnes, Government, Rayville Mary Ann Barnes, Nursing, Monroe Vicky Barnes, Office Administration, West Monroe Gary Barton, Music, Greenville, Miss. Stephanie Barton, Nursing, Alexandria Roger Basco, Lib. Arts, Mansfield Ivan Bass, Pre Pharmacy, West Monroe Peggy Bawn, Lib. Art, Monroe Robert Beadle, Computer Science, Shreveport Steven Bearden, Sociology Hodge Colleen Beasley, Mathematics, Ferriday Nore Beckham, Mathematics, Monroe Brad Belding, Pre Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Diane Belgard, Nursing, Pineville Amanda Bell, Pre Physical Therapy, Shreve- port Milton Bell, Music, Thibodeaux Justus Benjamin, Pre Pharmacy Alexandria Katherine Bennett, Journalism, Baton Rouge Susan Bennett, Dental Hygiene, Baton Rouge John Berlin, Pre Pharmacy, West Monroe Stewart Bernard, PXA Sci., Lafayette John Bernhardt, Accounting, Monroe Jeff Berteau, Pre Pharmacy, Gonzales Joe Birdwell, Pharmacy Texarkana, Ark. Dianne Bishop, Accounting, Monroe Vebbie Bishop, Pre Pharmacy, Mt. Vernon, lll. Charles Bison, Wildlife Management, Shreve- port Mary Bittick, Sociology Stillwater, Okla. Angelo Bivona, Pre Pharmacy Metarie Eugene Black, Pre Law, Epps Mary Blackburn, Office Administration, Baker Judy Blackman, Pre Law, Slidell Ruthie Blackmon, Health and Physical Ed., Oak Grove Charles Blackwell, English, Bastrop Betty Blakes, Office Administration, Monroe James Blaney, Veterinary Medicine, Harrison- burg Verna Blunt, Nursing, Monroe Kenneth Board, Biology, Shreveport Bonnie Bontiglio, Art, New Orleans James Bonsall, Accounting, Sibley Charlotte Boone, Home Ec, Rayville Neysa Claire Bourg, Special Ed., Metarie Debra Bourgeois, Music, Thibodeaux Marcy Bowen, Lib Arts, Pineville Helen Boyd, Bus. Adm., Bastrop Janet Boyd, Music, Choudrant Nancy Bozeman, Spanish, Baton Rouge Judy Bradshaw, Elementary Ed., Manghum Norlyn Branham, Nursing, Pineville Karen Brantley, Pre Pharmacy, McGehee, Ark. Charles Brewster, Fladio!TV Management, West Monroe Nelda Brewton, Speech, Bastrop Susan Bridgewater, Animal Science, Jackson, Miss. Deborah Briggs, Special Ed., Calhoun Carolyn Bright, Medical Technology, Shreve- port Jacqueline Britton, Elementary Ed., West Mon- roe Gary Brodnax, General Business, Shreveport Jack Brogdon, Pre Law, Minden Jan Brooks, Elementary Ed., Mangham Kimberly Brooks, Elementary Ed., Phoenix, Ariz. James Broussard, Aviation, Abbeville Gwendolyn Brown, PXA Sci., Mer Rouge Paula Brown, Social Welfare, Jena Shelia Brown, Home Ec, Rayville Barbare Bryan, Office Administration, Monroe Keith Bryant, Aviation, Monroe Judy Buchanan, Nursing, Newellton Johnny Buck, Pre Law, West Monroe Marilyn Bullock, PIA Sci., Delhi Dianne Burgess, Art Crossett, Ark. Joe Burkhalter, General Business, Minden Judy Burley, Home Ec, Monterey Becky Burnaman, Pre Pharmacy, Alexandria Reginald Burnaman, Management, Alexandria Anne Burns, Music, Grayson Carol Busby, Elementary Ed., Monroe George Butler, Music, West Monroe Malcolm Butler, Art, Boyce Ronald Butler, Pre Physical Therapy, Baton Rouge Sandra Byrd, Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Thomas Cadenhead, Pre Dentistry, Haynesville Grady Cain, Data Processing, Monroe Beckie Calhoun, Nursing, Columbia Shelia Calhoun, Home Ec, West Monroe Anita Calloway, Health and Physical Ed., Cro- sett, Ark. Gretchen Campbell, Pre Occupational Ther- apy, Shreveport Michelle Canterbury, PXA Sci., Monroe Rhonda Cantrell, Interior Decorating, New Or- leans Donna Capaldi, Special Ed., Lake Charles Marla Capdau, Pre Dentistry, Baton Rouge Cynthia Caraway, Radiology Shreveport Joe Cardella, Law Enforcement, New Orleans Christy Carpenter, General Studies, Shreve- port James Carr, Social Studies, Colfax Beverly Carrier, Home Ec, Pineville IW! ff -- 61 ls It , X l nl- 1 1 fd K A K i l 1 X 2 .V 'as l , R . K Q ' I: U n TW . ,Z fr. t , 1 -1 tl lx' l '-if . ,ff .',,, X X t iw 'at K 1 X 1 -s. ,, 1 m'l" lP's X V, gy " " . ' . j Q-mv x' ' -5, - fs. H? ll H' EA -. 1 '.t , ' A il . ,Qi ,I , , fix , ,.i d . wr fin . X ' M y X fe.. ,.,, . i -r X Z V . ,l 'B . I ' .X -g in - li-K r- y I ,ag v v A5 JU V Ae -L T-, i f J 5 1 sr- Q 'tu :ze .az wiv .QM 'A ' D l l vt Vsxgfq yi, s, :-"flu --fl ."' "'- :- .-1 qui: :,.',. 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XP: - fel ,Q ' H is I K Judith Carson, Nursing, Winnsboro Vickie Carter, Business, Winnfield Teresa Caruthers, Pre Pharmacy, Lake Charles Ricky Chambless, Aviation, West Monroe Hing Wai Chan, Accounting, Hong Kong Bobby Chandler, PXA Sci., Clayton Judy Chandler, Art, Oakdale Arden Chapman, Health and Physical Ed., Pio- neer Diane Chapman, Music, Lake Providence Nancy Chapman, Music, Lake Providence Terri Chapman, Pre Pharmacy, Mangham Deborah Chase, Medical Technology, Enter- prise Fluey Yuh Chen, Pre Pharmacy, Thailand Wai Lok George Chen, Pre Pharmacy, Hong Kong Paula Chiocchi, Columbus, Ohio David Chisholm, Music, Quitman Linda Chisolm, Nursing, Flayville Carol Christian, Pre Occupational Therapy, Shreveport Kathryn Christian, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Julia Clack, Elementary Ed., Monroe Linda Clark, Accounting, Monroe Margaret Clark, Speech, Delhi Pearl Clark, Nursing, Ferriday Freddie Clay, Building Construction, Monroe Michael Coburn, Health and Physical Ed., Wis- ner Coe Vickie, Lib Arts, Monroe Cathy Coker, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Susan Cole, Pre Pharmacy, Jackson, Miss. John Coleman, PIA Sci., Shreveport Arlys Collins, Business, St. Joseph Debra Collins, Special Ed., Vivian Randy Collins, Pre Pharmacy, Choudrant Carolyn Colvard, Home Ec, Monroe Jay Colvin, Pre Law, Shreveport Michael Colvin, Building Construction, West Monroe Kermit Comeaux, Social Studies, New Iberia Cynthia Conrad, Pre Pharmacy, Sulphur Debbie Cook, Pre Pharmacy, Bastrop George Cook, Art, West Monroe Lou Cooper, Nursing, Winnsboro Randall Cooper, History, West Monroe William Cooper, Building Construction, West Monroe Candy Copes, Dental Hygiene, Brunswick, Ga. Randall Cortez, Pre Pharmacy, Berwick Mickey Costello, Home Ec, Oak Grove Patricia Cotten, Pre Physical Therapy, Oak Grove Susan Couch, Mathematics, Pineville Debra Courtney, Business, Shreveport Cynthia Coventon, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Morgan City Bill Covingtion, Fladio!TV Management, West Monroe Ouida Cox, Elementary Ed., Cotton Valley Sherry Cox, Business, Winnsboro Betty Craven, Special Ed., Tioga Beverly Craven, Psychology, Jonesville Brenda Cravens, Pre-Dentistry, Jonesville Eugenia Crawford, Special Ed., Columbia James Creekmore, Pre-Law, Portsmouth, Va. Gerthia Crowder, Bus. Adm., Bastrop Sherrill Crowder, Elementary Ed., St. Francis- ville Susan Crowe, Accounting, Monroe Danelle Crowson, Elementary Ed., New Iberia Gerald Crumes, Health and Physical Ed., New Orleans Norma Cruse Office Administration Jena Melanie Cruz, Medical Technology, Metarie Lee Cutrer, Nursing, Ferriday as w Q -3 612, I .1 4 fr xx I D 6 if! ' W ,. " L , , . .L H Michael Curry, Music, Lime Rock, Ark. , Y if 'Sl E4 rf! Debra Daleo, Elementary Ed., Leesville Nancy Daniel Elementary Ed., Wisner Sally Dankenbring, El Dorado, Ark. Jacqueline Davis, Elementary Ed., Monroe Marilyn Davis, Office Administration, Monroe 1 , I 'L fill H , JI- E' V ,:'v H li! l vi Frank Davis, Corrections, Forest Q' A-1 , -713 475 , Y . " ,,f' N X f. 2 tial r Maxine Davis, Lib Arts, Shreveport Randall Davis, Physics, Monroe Glen Davison, Accounting, Shreveport James Day, Pre-Physical Therapy, Shreveport Barbra Dean, Social Studies, Bossier City David Dean, Biology, El Dorado, Ark. Polly Dean, Home Ec., Bunkie Phyllis Dearman, Elementary Ed., Alexandria Cindy DeBIieux, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Dana Decker, Aviation, New Orleans Gwendolyn Delancy, Home Ec., Columbia Debbie Deland, Bus. Adm., W. Monroe Candy Deless, Art, Crossett, Ark. Delores Deloach, Elementary Ed., Effie Janet DeMoss, Elementary Ed., Crowville Dan Denton, Accounting, Shreveport Michael Denton, Liberal Arts, Jena George DeStefano, Wildlife Management, Tal- Iulah Linda Dinger, Office Administration, Lake Providence Janet Doherty, Distributive Ed., Elton Diane Doland, Social Studies, Lake Charles Pamela Dollar, Medical Technology, Mangham Debby Doran, Pre-Pharmacy Shreveport Randall Doucet, Art, Cut Off fu A ,yi ,-Q -mf 'V' 1- .fl iii X a- E .gi , . ., Tj i gtg , . L A. U ' I L1 '37 ,cg ilfi A sm ia ' . ,.. ff . -ex --1 sq Q- . K, 3, . l i 'Till '-I--rl. f ill I .W- ise , f. l ,r . Nil' r luv N M X Qi it .Q-, xg ea ' ki. I I-. i . ' xr 43 . X S. , . ., , ,Q-3,2 A J, 'X Q' ',fg4'rf'r'5j'.fQ:", , '..,-.'-Al' 1.2, ,I 5 i 16 A' 4, N ' I f x 'af I .Q 1 I A 10 .Q 1 Q7 r 1 jr . Qxgz .J r ar fr- Fz'r.Z..-1 0. u , f H' S be A A iq ' B 5 17 ' . S 5 'A . V X Q my A V X ,fir f U ' ia: 5 l ' I , Q' - , lf' W F-. - K 1 l , QT, . ilk., . , ' Y l klf. If V' - . l ' " V. f ' , ix ,. N If l r i ' 6 ' , , l I r L , Q P 4' . 4, I, kg ,- l I ll i is gi: , HI mt x l l - ,f 2a!f.:liF' .... fi23.Fi4?ii ..- lil 45 A 'Q .spa . I I! l fm 'M A , 1 xx, , If J Y, e xg, I 11 l , af 1.3- C Y 3 Q ' ea" Q. . 'l ll Paul Dowty, Physics, Alexandria Terry Driskill, Sociology, Hodge Faye Drumgole, Nursing, Monroe Deborah Duchesne, Home Ec., Hebert Cathy Duchesne, Ed., Monroe William Ducote, Journalism, West Monroe Susan Duggins, Distributive Ed., Monroe Benny Dumas, Computer Science, Springhill Judy Dunbar, Dental Hygiene, Bunkie Theresa Dunbar, Health and Physical Ed., West Monroe Ammie Dunn, Accounting, Delhi Kenneth Dunn, Social Studies, Vidalia Mellodie Dunn, Office Administration, Phoe- nix, Ariz. Richard Dunn, Pre-Law, Shreveport Seburn Dunn, Elementary Ed., West Monroe Alicia Dwyer, Dental Hygiene, St. Francisville David Easte, Building Construction, Oak Grove Emma Edwards, Nursing, Plaquemine Carol Egnor, Special Ed., Bossier Alan Elbert, General Business, Shreveport Scott Ellen, General Business, El Dorado, Ark. Rodney Elrod, Government, Winnsboro Diannia Elzy, Accounting, Winnsboro Dena Emmons, Special Ed., Monroe Dewin Emory, Music, West Monroe Mike Endsley, Pre-Pharmacy, Sasebo, Japan Robert Ernest, Data Processing, Lake Provi- dence Kenneth Eubanks, Building Construction, Kelly Carl Evans, Lib Arts, Lake Providence Lisa Evans, Special Ed, Monroe Pearlin Evans, Elementary Ed., Lake Provi- dence Patricia Ezell, Elementary Ed., Gilbert Denise Fair, Pharm., Shreveport Shelda Farmer, Office Administration, Shreve- port Marlene Feauqua, Radiology, Effie Dorothy Feinberg, Pre-Occupational Therapy El Dorado, Ark. David Felker, General Business, Harahan Keith Ferguson, General Studies, Monroe Nona Furguson, General Studies, Monroe Randall Ferguson, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Jacquelyn Ferriss, Operating Room Tech- nician, Ferriday Denise Festavan, Office Administration, Shreveport Marshall Finch, Accounting, Monroe Jenny Fincher, Nursing, Holly Ridge Glenda Firmin, Elementary Education, Water- proof Francis Fisher, Pharm., Dequincy Rebecca Flanagan, Monroe Melvin Fletcher, Accounting, Monroe William Fletcher, Pre-Vocational Agricultural Ed., Winnsboro Charles Flynn, Accounting, Bastrop Yau Wai Fok, Medical Technology, Hong Kong Susan Folmar, Special Ed., Monroe Myra Fontenot, Pre-Pharmacy, Kinder Randall Fontenot, Pre-Pharmacy, Lake Charles Jimmy Fordham, PXA Sci., New Iberia David Foshee, Health and Physical Ed., Alex- andria Eugenia Foster, Music, Monroe Thomas Foster, Pre-Dentistry, West Monroe Tim Foster, Pre-Dentistry, West Monroe ' ""'?T"'77i'i Q I, i, 4' all , 'LQ .4 l ' 41 L ly, I! Patricia Fournet, Pre-Pharmacy, St. Martinville I ' 1 Cathy Foy, Nursing, Shreveport Janell Franklin, Pineville Watson Franks, Speech, Shreveport Diane Fraychinaud, Distributive Ed., New Or- 5 leans Karen Frazier, Computer Science, Monroe Sandy Fread, Elementary Ed., Rayville Richard Frederickson, Pre-Pharmacy, Chal- mette David Freeman, Art, Bastrop Judy Freeman, Elementary Ed., Monroe Teresa Freeman, Art, Monroe Ann Fridge, Mathematics, Shreveport Karen Futch, Office Administrative, Shreveport Donald Gaharan, Pre-Law, Jana Loretta Galberth, Nursing, Shreveport John Garrett, Music, Monroe Robert Garrie, Elementary Ed., Crowley Donna Gaston, Nursing, Oak Grove Hilda Gauthier, Radiology, Pineville Carol Gaylor, Office Administration, Bossier City Don Gee, Music, Canton, Tex. Maria Gilbert, Nursing, Tallulah Robert Gilbert, West Monroe T Mary Gilliland, Pre-Lam Delhi Linda Givens, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Susan Gladden, Distributive Ed., Baton Rouge Sharon Glezen, Lib Arts, Shreveport P Patricia Glorioso, Dental Hygiene, Shreveport ll Michael Goertz, Geophysics, New Orleans x I P 1 aff. I 3 ' 2 Marsanne Golsby, Journalism, Shreveport . ., Paul Goode, Physics, West Lake ' fr If A 1 :HL A X F v l H9 9 . J gKvM.f.?t, -5 . iii . Sharon Goode, Bus. Adm., Lake Charles Richard Goodwin, General Studies, Shreve- port Dale Goudia, Art New Orleans Shannon Gourgues, Accounting, Hahnville Gary Gowan, General Business, Monroe Christine Grant, Elementary Ed, Bastrop 5 1. fri it ,pl 4 14 .- 2 ' , ' i A'-' V 6 Q Xa N 1' ar - , ,S , .1 ,. - : -- Hii if 1 i ffgiek itil if: ' 2 fx VR "6 x , ,I , L" af! ax 3 -f r V . li if it ' V ' We ttf J. fir t l - ' il 3, - "-F i , l 4: r -- it " ' ' fl W P ' Q -' I ll . 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S- ' .. if , ,Fay ,C li., ix - .H lf -1-- it W , , . it ,, .twig 5, L 5 'J Francis Grant, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Charlotte Grappe, General Studies, Sarepta Cynthia Graves, Pre Dentistry, Zachary Patty Graves, Journalism, Monroe Pamela Gray, Office Administration, West Monroe Robert Gray, Wildlile Management, Sibley Stephen Gray, Law Enforcement, Gonzales Jerry Grayson, Pre Pharmacy, Metairie Ginger Green, General Studies, Pineville Roger Green, General Business, St. Louis, Mo. Kerry Greene, Occupational Therapy, New Orleans Georgia Gregory, Science Ed., Collingston Patricia Grimes, Music, Tallulah Carolyn Griffin, History Monroe Phillip Griggs, Pre Pharmacy, Springhill Mimi Grisoli, Art, New Orleans Dorothy Groff, Nursing, Lafayette Gary Groves, P-A Sci., Waco, Tex. Thomas Grubb, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Pamela Guardina, Nursing, Metairie Marvin Guidry, Pre Physical Therapy, Abbe- ville Beckie Guillory, Medical Technology, Effie Susan Guillot, Pre Occupational Therapy, New Orleans Mary Guillote, Home Ec., Harrisonburg Melissa Gunter, Art, Winnfield William Gusko, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Rod Guy, Pre Law, Monroe Cathy Halbert, Pre Pharmacy, Alexandria Kerney Hall, Lib Arts, Bogalousa Nigel Hall, Pre Occupational Therapy, .lunc- tion City Pike Hall, General Business, Shreveport Raymond Hall, General Business Ruby Hall, Accounting, Mobile, Ala. Robert Hamm, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Joan Hammons, Nursing, Wisner Sue Hammons, Pre Occupational Therapy, Monroe Deborah Hanna, Office Administration, Hodge Kathy Harkins, Ed. Springhill Debbie Harner, Pre Occupational Therapy, Bossier City Paul Harper, Social Studies, Oak Grove Janice Harrell, Social Welfare, Monroe Linda Harrell, Computer Science, Baton Rouge Richard Harrell, Pre Law, Ferriday Debra Harris, Social Welfare, Bastrop Lawrence Harris, Veterinary Medicine, St. Petersburg, Fla. Michael Hart, Music, Bossier City Susan Hart, Office Administration, Monroe Rosalyn Hattin, Pre Pharmacy, Monroe Bradley Hawthorne, Wildlife Management, Bossier City Florencetta Hayes, Nursing, Alexandria James Hayes, Health and Physical Education, Tioga Deborah Haygood, Distributive Ed., Harrison- burg Libby Haynes, Office Administration, Shreve- port Martin Hearne, Music, West Monroe Phillip Hearne, Pre Dentistry, West Monroe Jeanne Hebert, Pre Physical Therapy, Jennings Leslie Heins, Law Enforcement, Bossier City Sandy Helgason, FVA Sci., Westwago Rhoda Hemphill, Art, Ohio Connie Henderson, Ed., Delhi Raye Henderson, P!A Sci., Harrisonburg Sophie Henderson, Nursing, Delhi Rick Hendricks, Industrial Management, West Monroe Steven Hendrick, Lib Arts, Monroe Rhoda Hennen, Health and Physical Ed., West Monroe Mary Henson, Social Welfare, Monroe Vickie Hermes, Lib Arts, Shreveport Elaine Hernandez, Bus. Admin., Chase Vicki Hernandez, Office Administration, Lafayette Jeff Herren, Mathematics, Alexandria Debbie Herring, Speech Therapy, Oak Grove Margaret Herring, Nursing, Sikes Elois Herring, Elementary Ed., Oak Grove Donald Herrington, Data Processing, Oak Grove Roxanne Hibbard, Business, Rayville Judy Hickman, Biology Ed., Alexandria Fredrick Hightower, Accounting, Chatham Teresa Hilker, Veterinary Medicine, Slidell Carolyn Hill, Social Welfare, Shreveport Lewis Hill, Pre Dentistry, Monroe Rhonda Hill, Elementary Ed., Mangham Janet Hiller, Elementary Ed,, Monroe Susan Hinckley, Art, Monroe Tommy Hines, Pre Pharmacy, Haynesville Ricky Hitt, General Business, Winnsboro Jerry Hodge, Building Construction, West Monroe Carolyn Holden, Nursing, Amite Jimmy Holland, General Studies, Bastrop Deborah Holleman, Speech, Simsboro Don Holley, Speech, Oak Grove Ann Hollingsworth, Business, Monroe Ann Hollingsworth, Ed., Monroe Gail Holloway, Music, Monroe Mary Holt, Art, Shreveport Kenneth Honeycutt, Art Mer Rouge Cindy Horn, Medical Technology, Chalmette 4. fi. X--f X f ' if . .I X , I - 5 I , ,tu ' I -:as 'J' 1, ' -:X ' ' ':'I iz. : M I af I1 t' W ,NR X Q e.. i 'J f- f' -gf ' , twig J , F l ir., if Lg P ,l d r I Y A 'A 1- ' -IESSVQA " s 'ff I t P MQ v, l , UA . v L .. , 3 'Q ' I we ' I - , I , " L ze, ' t ,' ' N It X , I f 1 ,gl ,41 -Liu V . 'J K, 'fl 1 ., 1. i .,V.'- ,Q I A - . f . fl .M , ,l llgr.,,x- -v . A? K l 6 I 1, 1 I HU. I I -4 Q L qt! x. 'u 5:1 54 rf, ,ll 1 ill, k .i , 52 3 ,,.,.u i 'A 'I , ' t A' ' " t' ,H I rr Laureen Horn, Special Ed., West Monroe Tim Howington, Speech, Crossett, Ark. Kenny Hudson, Pre Dentistry, Monroe Susan Huff, Journalism, Harrisonburg James Humphreys, Baton Rouge Joan Hunt, Sociology, Baton Rouge Lizabeth Hutchison, Geology, New Orleans Loren Iblings, Music, Shreveport Jane Ingram, Home Ec., Pineville Troy Ingram, Finance, Franklinton James Irby, Pre Physical Therapy Oak Grove Donna Isbell, Elementary Ed., Tallulah Dorothy Jackson, Psychology Monroe Glinda Jackson, Accounting, Delhi Gloria Jackson, Health and Physical Ed., Monroe Judy Jackson, Elementary Ed., West Monroe Rosie Jackson, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Stephanie Jackson, Elementary Ed., West Monroe Steve Jackson, Pre Dentistry, Sicily Island Thomas Jackson, Pre Pharmacy, Winnsboro Janice James, Lib Arts, Monroe Daisy Jefferson, History, Clayton Eddie Jenkins, General Business, Winnfield Ella Jenkins, Office Administration, Monroe Herman Jenkins, Social Welfare, Monroe Shirley Jenkins, Social Welfare, Bastrop William Jenkins, Journalism, Saints Kathy Jennings, Pharm., Shreveport Michael Jernigan, Medical Technology, Sulphur Janet Jobe, P-A Sci., Tallulah Bennett Joffrion, Pre Pharmacy, Cottonport Andrew Johnson, Elementary Ed., Shreveport Anthony Johnson, Pre Law, Monroe Barbara Johnson, Sociology Monroe Bob Johnson, Pre Law, Bastrop Charlotte Johnson, Nursing, West Monroe Debra Johnson, Nursing, Shreveport Gene Johnson, Pre Pharmacy, Iowa, La. Janis Johnson, Operating Room Technician, Columbia Lena Johnson, General Studies, Monroe Leroy Johnson, Medical Technology, St. James Martha Johnson, Elementary Education, West Monroe Mary Johnson, Office Administration, Monroe Mitchell Johnson, Pharm., Gibsland Monica Johnson, Data Processing, Bastrop Peggy Johnson, Pre Physical Therapy, Vivian Dianne Johnston, Art, Mangham Debra Jones, Home Ec., Winnfield Emma Jones, Radiology, Bosco Glynn Jones, Pre Dentistry, Monroe John Jones, Pre Dentistry, Monroe Judy Jones, Home Ec., West Monroe Marc Jones, Aviation, Jackson, Miss. Marilyn Jones, Lib Arts, Marion Sharon Jones, Art, Rayville Jacky Joy, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Steve Kamerman, Health and P.E., Fred- ericktown, Mo. John Keeler, Building Construction, St. Jo- seph Ann Keller, Dental Hygiene, Bastrop Julia Kelley, General Studies, Winnfield Debra Kemp, Office Administration, Oak Grove Sarah Kendrick, Nursing, Jena Marilyn Kennedy, Pre Law, Alexandria Susan Kern, Dental Hygiene, Breaux Bridge Jefferia Keys, Music, Monroe Marian Kilcoyne, Pharmacy Monroe Charlotte Killcrease, Business Administration, Monroe Gary Killingsworth, Building Construction, Crovvville Jean Kilpatrick, Education, Bastrop Stephen Kilpatrick, Pre Pharmacy, Amite Carol Kincaid, Agronomy, Ft. Necessity Gloria King, Special Ed,, Delhi Gloria King, Liberal Arts, Tallulah Harold King, Pre Pharmacy, Ruston William Kinnaird, Lib Arts, Monroe Connie Kirkham, Pre Physical Therapy, Bos- sier City Robert Kitchen, Agriculture, Wilmot, Ark. Lynda Kizer, Nursing, Shreveport Deborah Knowles, Art, Oak Dale Wai Kin Kwong, Pre Pharmacy Hong Kong Daniel Lafont, Government, Grand Isle Rebecca Lai, Sociology Hong Kong Keith Lambert, Agriculture Business, Fiayville Glenn Landry, Building Construction, New Or- leans Jack Landry, Aviation, Bastrop Stephen Landry, Management, Bastrop Gay Nell Lane, Marketing, Flayville Angelique Langley, Pre Occupational Therapy, Bossier City Lawton Langley, Pre Physical Therapy, Jen- nings Marilyn Lantz, Lake Charles Cheryl Larrieu, Medical Technology, Matairie Melissa Larson, Special Ed., Cheneyville Michael Lasuzzo, General Business, Monroe Donna Lattier, Office Administration, Bossier City Michael Laughlin, Pre Med, Shreveport Susan Lawrence, Speech, Alexandria 'Z ,au W ,y 's L: 'Trane 1, , ' ,, f Xf 4- . xv N5 I, L.. ' 'f-lil fi' 1 -' l i 'A , it , ' 1 , J of , E Q, .4 'avi fi Xxx xx i lx H ,-.t , .- - -- . 3, ',- l k K 3 X sh I 'y J? . 'Y 'Hz . t K ff' 1,5 A 1 , s"'? 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A - A il' 52 ,3 Rebecca Lea, Special Ed., Shreveport Marilyn Leach, Elementary Ed., West Monroe Cindy LeBlanc, Nursing, Jena Michael LeBoeut, Music, Schriever Joy LeDoux, Pre-Pharmacy, Pineville Alan Lee, Music, Lafitte Anita Lee, Speech, Pine Bluff, Ark. Bill Lee, Pre-Pharmacy, Slidell David Lee, Pre-Dentistry, Winnfield Eugene Lee, Lib. Arts, Monroe Gloria Lee, Elementary Ed., Waterproof Janise Lee, Business, Oak Grove Susan Lee, Nursing, Warren, Ark. James Leggett, Chemistry, Winnsboro Van Leigh, Building Construction, Monroe Cathy Lemoine, Office Administration, Monroe Armand Lenard, Pre-Dentistry West Monroe Mike Lenard, Elementary Ed., West Monroe Steve Leon, Biology, Monroe John Leopard, Pre-Dentistry, Shreveport Angela Leung, Pre-Pharmacy Hong Kong Beth Lewis, Elementary Ed., Monroe Ollye Lincecum, Nursing, Georgetown Jo Lindeman, Special Ed., Vidalia Rosie Linzy, Mathematics, Monroe Neal Little, Pre-Law, Marion Sarah Little, Social Studies, Monroe Mary Livingston, Journalism, McDade Pam Lockard, Pre-Pharmacy Zachary Diane Loche, P-A Science, Collingstor Michael Loftin, Pre-Pharmacy, Minden Gladys Logan, Bus. Adm., Bastrop Henry Logue, Pharmacy, Oak Ridge Malcolm Lohnes, Accounting, Shreveport Martin Long, Building Construction, Monroe Rosemary Lott, Animal Science, Bossier City Steve Lowe, Lib. Arts, Mansfield Barbara Loyd, Nursing, Rayville Richard Lucas, Lib. Arts, Alexandria Ernest Lucien, Health and PE., Monroe Frances Luffey, Accounting, Monroe Gary Luffey, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Isaac Luffey, General Business, Monroe Allen Lum, Accounting, Huntington Station, N.Y. Maureen Lustberg, Social Welfare, Shreveport Jimmy Luzader, General Business, Bastrop Debbie Lynn, Biology Shreveport Kathryn Macintosh, Pre-Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Brenda Madden, Education, Ashville, N.C. Michael Madden, Pre Law, Sibley Mary Madere, Computer Science, Hahnville Shelley Madigan, Journalism, Baton Rouge Dorothy Madison, Home Ec., Franklin Denise Magee, Medical Technology Bogalusa John Maisano, French, New Orleans Russell Malone, Pre-Med., Bastrop Mark Manley, Physics, Columbia Greg Manley, Health and Physical Ed., Monroe Merek Marcantel, Pharmacy, Kinder Mary Martin, Nursing, Winnfield Melanie Martin, Social Welfare, New Iberia Carole Martin, Business Adm., Alexandria Raymond Martin, Pharmacy, Anacoco Rhonda Martin, Nursing, Jennings Sherman Martin, Industrial Mgmt., Bonita Mindy Mathis, General Business, Hattiesburg Miss. Cynthia Matthews, Pre-Med., Baton Rouge Della Matthews, Nursing, Alexandria Marcia Matthews, Nursing, Frt. Necessity Peggy Mattison, Corrections, Monroe Lydia Maxwell, Pure and Applied Science, Tal- lulah Mike Maxwell, P-A Science, Springhill Kathy May, Home Ec,, Benton Sherry Mayberry, Nursing, Bastrop Reginald Mayo, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Brenda McAdams, Home Ec., Monroe Sandy McCain, Law Enforcement, Colfax Kathy McCartney, Marketing, Mangham Anita McCarty, Office Administration, Metairie Deborah McCIung, Music, Winnsboro Kathy McClure, Pre-Physical Therapy, Monroe Robert McClure, Pre-Pharmacy, Minden Diana McConathy, Art, Shreveport Donna McConathy, Art, Shreveport Charles McCormick, Pre-Veterinary, Vivian Kathy McCrocklin, English, New Orleans Sharon McCray, Education, Bastrop Kathy McCullin, Office Administration Nancy McDaniel, Home Ec, Bossier City Charles McDonald, Law Enforcement, Mang- ham Michael McDonald, Geography, Monroe Sadie McDowell, Elementary Ed., Delhi Sheila McGaha, Special Ed., Shreveport Alan McGowen, Law Enforcement, Monroe Thelma McGowen, Music, Olla Larry McGraw, Mathematics, Alexandria w Q: fi l ' l i CK? 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Charlotte Medlin, Education, Rayville Myra Melder, Journalism, Jonesboro Christine Meliezer, Psychology Gretna Sandra Melton, P-A Sci, Shreveport Ricky Meredith, Data Processing, West Monroe Gary Miers, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Amy Miller, Lib. Arts, Monroe Brenda Miller, Education, Epps James Miller, Accounting, Jonesville Marilyn Miller, Pre-Pharmacy, New Iberia Teresa Miller, Dental Hygiene, Shreveport Rachel Millet, Bus. Adm., Reserve Sheila Milton, Home Ec., Bastrop Stephen Milton, Art, Bastrop Karen MimsN1, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Shreveport Brenda Mitchell, Nursing, Monroe Elissa Mitchell, Pre-Pharmacy, Bastrop Pamela Mitchell, Music, Shreveport Randall Mitchell, English, Violet Diana Mizell, Speech, Crossett, Ark. Rosemary Monroe, Bus. Adm., Shreveport Linda Montagnino, Home Ec., Baton Rouge Dianne Moody, Social Welfare, West Monroe Sonjie Moody, Lib. Arts, Monroe Carolyn Moore, Dental Hygiene, Monroe Debbie Moore, Lib. Arts, Winnsboro Louise Moore, Elementary Ed., Monroe Marilyn Moore, Office Administration, Shreve- port Winifred Moore, Social Welfare, Monroe Deborah Moorhead, Social Welfare, Monroe Cheryl Morehead, Pre-Pharmacy, West Monroe Henry Morehead, Social Welfare, Monroe Karen Morgan, Office Administration, West- wego Laqueta Morgan, Nursing, Springhill Gloria Morrison, Radiology, Delhi Melvin Morrison, Office Administration, Mer Rouge Mike Morrison, Pre-Veterinary, Bossier City Dianne Morrow, Pharmacy, Shreveport Kalani Mourad, Bus. Adm., Minden Donald Moy, Journalism, Monroe Devola Murphy, Sociology Monroe Jennifer Murphy, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Edith Myatt, History Rayville Brenda Myler, Office Administration, Shreve- port Debra Nance, History Ftayville Michael Nault, Pre-Pharmacy, New Orleans Anthony Nelson, Pre-Dentistry West Monroe Charlotte Nelson, Music, Monroe Rhonda Nelson, Music, Crowville William Nelson, Building Construction, West Monroe Kathy Newell, Medical Technology, Natchez, Miss. Sue Newland, Lib. Arts, Bossier City Eugene Newton, Data Processing, Monroe Chak Lam Ng, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Charn Tong Ng, Pharmacy, Hong Kong Hung Chi Ng, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Kwok Kuen Ng, Pre-Pharmacy Hong Kong Billy Nielsen, Animal Science, Delhi Beverly Noble, Speech, West Monroe Marilyn Nola, Speech, Monroe Karen Nolen, Pre-Pharmacy Monroe Paul Norman, Lib. Arts, Bastrop Sherilyn Norman, Alexandria Susan Norman, Bus. Adm., Minden Dwain Nugent, Pharmacy Alexandria Kathryn Nugent, Nursing, Urania Rita Nunn, Nursing, Jonesboro Brenda O'Brian, Office Administration, Lake Charles Kathie Odom, Home Ec., Flayville Edward Ojomo, Pre-Dentistry, Nigeria James Oliver, Accounting, Flayville Carla Olson, Lib, Arts, West Monroe Linda O'Neal, Home Ec., Monroe Edmond O'Quin, General Business, Alexandria Charles Ortigo, Agriculture, Pineville Sandy Otwell, Office Administration, West Monroe Cynthia Outlaw, Nursing, St. Joseph Steve Ouzts, General Business, Monroe Deborah Pace, Art, Forest Edward Pamplin, Biology Bastrop Ronald Pamplin, Mathematics, Collingston .1 N .hu f-Q W , l .0 f' fi 4' -1- , . , r l R Y A 55-4, " r ll 'l 5' t ,. 1 - I , igtllz m ,. , ' ' L' f Q' ' N lr 'Ui lb 2 ..-f l X 'Lx f I t.,- l -A 5' h fmt ll x R 3 hy- L ff ' - . N l Q ' T- 3 , "' T .. . x 1' A 7 4 ' 7 i ' 5. V 1 91 ' A V 1 W if ' ii . f :- vig-Twig jim-A 1 A... 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Carolyn Parker, Accounting, West Monroe Randall Parker, Agriculture Business, Winn- field Sheila Parker, Business Administration, West Monroe Kathy Pate, Dental Hygiene, Marrero Pat Pate, English, West Monroe Teresa Paul, Office Administration, Monterey Phil Pemberton, Business Administration, Haynesville Gary Pentecost, Law Enforcement, Jonesville Bill Perkins, Marketing, Columbia Emery Perkins, Law Enforcement, Halle James Perrett, Pre-Pharmacy, Franklin Bettie Perry, Nursing, Monroe Glenn Peters, General Business, Monroe Loretha Peters, Elementary Ed., Mansfield Bill Peterson, Health and Physical Ed., West Monroe Fred Pharis, General Business, Pineville Esther Phillips, Speech, Haynesville Mary Phillips, Accounting, Baskin Lesa Piazza, Medical Technology, Bossier City Carolyn Pickett, Computer Science, Vidalia David Pierce, Marketing, Monroe Chester Pipes, Aviation, Colllnston Bettye Pippin, Elementary Ed., Delhi James Pittman, English, Franklinton JoAnn Pittman, Office Administration, Angola Chris Plaisance, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Monroe Donald Piazza, Pre-Physical Therapy, Vicks- burg, Miss. Hickman Plitt, General Studies, Monroe Bobbye Plunk, General Business, West Monroe Robin Poleynard, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Baton Rouge Deborah Porter, Accounting, Newellton Paula Potts, Lib. Arts, Monroe Reba Powers, Pre-Physical Therapy, Tallulah Helen Pratt, Home Ec., Junction City, Ark. Michael Prechter, Accounting, New Orleans Christene Presley, English, Calhoun Carolyn Price, Office Administration, Monroe Jamie Price, Health and Physical Ed., Oak Grove Kenneth Price, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport Paul Price, General Business, Winnsboro Gerald Prince, Education, Gibson Paula Procell, Nursing, Shreveport Brenda Puckett, General Business, Monroe Linda Puckett, General Business, Monroe Michael Radcliff, Music, Ball Peggy Rains, Special Ed., Dermott, Ark. Kenneth Ramsey, Insurance, West Monroe Debra Randall, Elementary Ed., Ferriday Janet Rankin, Psychology, Monroe Bruce Ransom, Accounting, Monroe Laurie Rarick, Dental Hygiene, Baton Rouge Donna Ray, Distributive Ed., West Monroe Janet Raymond, Pre-Pharmacy, Hahnville Walter Redfern, Pre-Veterinary, Mansfield Deborah Reed, Social Studies, Ball Fred Reed, Pre-Law, Lake Providence Mark Reed, Building Construction, Monroe Susan Reid, Art, Ferriday Paula Reppond, Computer Science, Ster- lington Benny Reynolds, Marketing, Rayville Steve Reynolds, Computer Science, Camden, Ark. Joe Rhodes, Pharmacy, New Orleans Susan Rials, Lake Charles Garry Richardson, Law Enforcement, Shreve- port Janet Richardson, Speech, Jena Janet Kay Richardson, Elementary Ed., Mon- roe Sue Richarson, English, Chatham Deborah Richard, Nursing, Bastrop Julian Richey, Lib. Arts, Jena Debora Rice, Office Administration, Monroe Deborah Riley, Office Administration, New- ellton Deb Rivette, Social Welfare, New Orleans Jerry Roark, Pre-Law, West Monroe Johnnie Roberts, Health and Physical Ed., Georgetown Joyce Roberts, Accounting, West Monroe Kathleen Roberts, Nursing, Ruston William Roberts, Building Construction, West Monroe Jeannie Robertson, Pharmacy Jeanerette Rickie Robichaux, Elementary Ed.,'Franklin James Robinson, Pre-Physical Therapy, Shreveport James Robinson, Building Construction, Shreveport Jannifer Robinson, Nursing, Monroe Rosemary Robinson, Music, Pineville Virginia Robinson, Nursing, Monroe Eileen Robiskie, Pre-Pharmacy, Vacherie Grace Rogers, Elementary Ed., Farmerville Ellen Roland, Health and Physical Ed., Alexan- dria Michael Rose, General Studies, Shreveport Beverly Ross, Health and Physical Ed., Tallu- lah Randy Ross, General Studies, West Monroe Sheila Rounds, Special Ed., Baton Rouge Lucille Rourks, Social Studies, Ferriday Martin Rowell, Journalism, Shreveport Michael Ruppert, Data Processing, West Mon- roe ll l K-N V' V In PN ' I' W f pa , 4? ,A W I -,,r 2, V J , 'T I .J 5, gg l gg Q get 5' ., ' , ' i ,... 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C. f' l ' f 11 ' 13 I 6 'l' Ann Russell, Nursing, Monroe Rickey Russell, General Business, Simsboro Carol Rust, General Studies, Shreveport Carolyn Saizon, Medical Technology New Rhodes William Salinas, Pre-Law, Monroe Faye Salter, Nursing, Springhill Lisa Sanders, Psychology Monroe Pamela Sartori, Social Studies, Pineville Audrey Savage, Pre-Veterinary Bastrop Brenda Savage, Health and Physical Ed., Mon- roe Linda Savannah, Sociology Shreveport Gene Savoie, L. Arts, Shreveport Maria Sawyer, Education, Oak Grove Diana Sayes, Government, Pineville Linda Scarborough, Music, Bossier City Colleen Schimschock, Office Administration, Shreveport Susan Schmitt, Distributive Ed., New Orleans Julia Scholz, Social Welfare, Shreveport Wayne Scott, Pharmacy, Shreveport Deborah Scroggs, Music, Jena Brenda Scruggs, Ed., Clayton Sue Seab, Ed., Natchez, Miss. Sheryl Seal, Distributive Ed., Shreveport Bessie Semmes, English, Monroe Deborah Semmes, Art, Minden Laverne Semmes, Nursing, Monroe Deborah Shamblin, Office Administration, Bastrop Deborah Shaw, Library Science, Oak Ridge Aaron Sheets, Accounting, Bunkie Debra Sheppard, Medical Technology, Monroe Jerry Silmon, Pre-Law, Sterlington Martin Simon, Pharmacy, Vacherie Susan Simpson, Office Administration, Mon- roe Rhonda Sims, Special Ed., Mangham Joreen Slack, Speech, Baskin Donna Sledge, Home Ec,, Delhi Dan Smith, Accounting, Patterson Emily Smith, Nursing, Jena Gwendolyn Smith, Elementary Ed., Monroe Joy Smith, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Mary Smith, Education, Monroe Robert Smith, Music, Shreveport Ronnie Smith, General Studies, Shreveport Ruth Smith, Special Ed., Shreveport Sherman Smith, Management, Shreveport Jenny Smith, Special Ed., Minden Cindy Snead, Nursing, Monroe Marcy Solomon, Distributive Ed., Monroe Michele Somme, Pre-Occupational Therapy Luling Kathy Speer, Speech Teresa Spillers, Home Ec., Leesville Ronnie Spruill, Accounting, El Dorado, Ark. Gary Stringer, Geology, West Monroe John Strom, Springhill Michael St. Romain, Computer Science, Baton Rouge Rhonda Stanford, Oak Grove Suzan Stanley, Medical Technology, Monroe Connie Starks, Pre-Pharmacy, Good Pine Carolyn Staten, Business, Monroe Joycelyn Steptoe, Medical Technology, New Orleans Allen Sterling, Journalism, Springhill Connie Sterritt, Medical Technology, Shreve- port Doug Stewart, Law Enforcement, Monroe Jan Stewart, English, Shreveport William Streetman, Art, Monroe Terri Strickland Norman Strother, Music, Monroe Charlotte Sullivan, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Oak Grove John Sullivan, West Monroe Katheryn Sumner, Office Administration, Delhi Lavonne Swanson, Special Ed., Monroe Linnea Swanson, Pre-Physical Therapy, New Orleans Scott Swanson, Physical, Benton Judith Sweat Anthony Sykes, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Jennifer Sylvester, Morrow Darlene Tarver, Fladiology, Monroe Sandra Tate, Office Administration, El Dorado, Ark. Federinda Taylor, Office Administration, Mon- roe Jacqueline Taylor, Sociology, Monroe Susan Taylor, Speech, Alexandria Brenda Terral Jimmie Thomas, Government, Ferriday Kay Thomas, Home Ec., Shreveport Edward Thomason, Pharmacy, Cotton Valley Edward Thomason Cheryl Thompson, English, Monterey Christopher Thompson, Aviation, Monroe James Thompson Kaye Thompson, General Studies, Monroe Danette Thornhill Susan Thrasher, Business, Monroe Francis Touchet, Pre-Pharmacy, Jennings Elaine Toys, Elementary Ed., Shreveport Darlene Tramel, Elementary Ed, Monroe Lloyd Trichell, Pre-Dentistry, Baton Rouge 3 , Hu bf ,.,an , -jill. . , it . -. A . .ty 1, X .1 . il l, li lil-' ""' iq it it i Q f-'sv . .N 'I W 1-Q .1 V , 4. ,P lil f1.'X3ti it - -if Qi fx if . 'fn 1? .. '. .L - . , ' 1 ll? i X , QX fx rf ,A l , X 'Q l' he 4, f 'Q , 'F 3' 4 - ' I wil VX A X' ie'5'r l " I,-U QQ.. Q ft FE' ll' ' .1 X, - K iff' 5 EN i in .V J ,fi i 456- . -41 . ,L ' T in ' L' 1 y ' .L q' -Q '-. .... ., ,,....-. 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Dennis Tso, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Elvin Tubre, Pre-Pharmacy, Alexandria Hariett Tucker, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Shreveport Melanie Tucker, New Orleans Priscilla Tucker, Accounting, Minden Fluby Tucker, Dental Hygiene, Shreveport Sheila Tucker, Psychology, Tallulah John Turner, Journalism, Monroe Marsha Turner, Speech and Hearing Therapy, Kenner Mary Turner, Biology, Delhi Peter Turner, General Business, Ferriday Terri Turner, English, Alexandria Woody Tyson, General Studies, Oak Grove Sharon Underwood, Speech, Cullen Marsha Vaughan, Office Administration, West Monroe Sarah Veal, General Business, Monroe Ellen Venable, Economics, Westlake Verhoef, Billy, Winnfield Jean Vickery, Pharmacy, Oak Grove Thomas Vining, Law Enforcement, Marion Sherlian Vorner, Nursing, Baton Rouge Sydney Wabara, Pre-Pharmacy, Nigeria Suzanne Wagnon, Social Welfare, Plain Deal- ing Patricia Waits, Art, Jena Laure Wakely, Medical Technology, Kinder Bruce Walker, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Daniel Walker, Lib. Arts, Tallulah Kay Walker, Office Administration, Jena Mark Walker, Music, Shreveport Sharron Walker, Elementary Ed., Delhi George Wallace, General Business, Winnsboro Richard Wallace, Law Enforcement, Monroe Annette Walley, Music, Winnsboro Jack Walter, Business Adm., New Orleans Clayona Walters, Art, Jena David Walters, Nursing, Monroe Everist Ware, Nursing, Monroe Linda Warren, Social Welfare, West Monroe Debbie Washington, Computer Science, West Monroe Jesse Washington, Agriculture Business, Delhi Larry Washington, Computer Science. Haynesville ' Marie Watkins, Pre-Occupational Therapy. Bossier City Carolyn Watson, Education, Tallulah Kimberly Watson, English, Crossett Laure Watson, Office Administration, Wisner Marilyn Watson, Office Administration, Bonita Claudia Weaver, Office Administration, Bas- trop Kathy Weaver, Nursing, Monroe Charlotte Webb, General Studies, Shreveport Marian Wells, Social Welfare, Winnfield David West, Law Enforcement, West Monroe Willie Earl Westbrooks Jan Whitaker, Home Ec., Denison, Tex. Clifton White, Pre-Pharmacy, Zachary Mary Jane White, Accounting, Shreveport Sharon White, Physics, Monroe Tonita White, Home Ec., Winnsboro Juanita Witmore, Home Ec., Monroe Dennis Whittington, Law Enforcement, Fer- riday Rebecca Whittington, Pre-Physical Therapy, Oak Grove Jill Wibben, Music, Shreveport Ethel Wiggins, Dental Hygiene, Calhoun Allen Wiggins, Accounting, Minden Peggie Wiggins, Office Administration, Mon- roe Marybeth Wiley, Social Welfare, Jonesville Beviah Williams, General Business, Bastrop Colleen Williams, Office Administration, Vin- ton Cynthia Williams, Business Administration, Bastrop Deborah Williams, Social Welfare, Monroe Debbie Williams, Education, Monroe Dorothy Williams, Nursing, Rayville Emma Williams, Nursing, Monroe Faye Williams, Nursing, Pioneer Harold Williams, Data Processing, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Jerry Williams, General Studies, Oak Grove Joel Williams, Pharmacy, Monroe Leslie Williams, Accounting, Bastrop Saundra Williams, Nursing, Monroe Judy Williamson, Social Studies, Mooringsport Bessie Willis, Social Welfare, Monroe Lynetta Willis, Social Welfare, Monroe Patricia Willis, Elementary Ed., Monroe Debra Wilson, General Studies, Pineville Jan Wilson, Elementary Ed., Monroe Joseph Wilson, Liberal Arts, Ferriday Michael Wilson, Building Construction, Forest Melody Winn, Music, Shreveport Quentina Winston, Science, Mer Rouge Debra Wirt, Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Jeffrey Witcher, Building Construction, Forest Susan Wnukowski, Nursing, Rayville Mary Womble, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Caroline Yin Mei Wong, Pre-Pharmacy Hong Kong Tak Shing Michael Wong, Engineering, Hong Kong - 415 Qi I . 1 ' l lv,.,5- , VHF iii: 'iz-,V .19 . .- 'ZW-FW' XQQQES9. 'A '.-X:-"xv W .njff'l' -P -. . 1.'i 'Ox Y- 'ch I, . 1 fa' - l',r'f, ig! l O U ill ' . 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Amanda Woodell, Art, West Monroe Jacqueline Wooden, Home Ec., Bastrop Charlene Woods, Distributive Ed., New Or- leans Callie Worley, Data Processing, Bastrop Susan Worley, Speech, Alexandria Bruce Wright, P-A SC, Monroe Chester Wright, Music, Greenville, Miss. Sharon Wright, Speech, Baton Rouge Darla Wyatt, Office Administration, Jonesboro Susan Wyatt, Home Ec., Jonesboro Jennie Yarbrough, Lib. Arts, Atlanta, Ga. Johnny Yates, Computer Science, Forest Antonio Tai Wang Yau, Biology, Hong Kong Wal Jean Yeung, Medical Technology, Hong Kong Yi Ming Yiu Computer Science, Hong Kong 1 'T U Jo Ann Young, Nursing, Alexandria Mildred Young, Office Administration, Bastrop Katherine Youngblood, Bus. Adm., Monroe H. ,lx we r l . s - 0 CLASS OFFICERS: Charles Ellis, Vice-President, Pat Bates, Secr.-Trees., Elmer Noah, President SOPHIOMORES K R . 1 l Q .. N, lx i 1 W I aftr I ,ri . , 1 . 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Allen, Pre-Law, Wildsville Lynn Allen, Nursing, New Orleans Patricia Allen, Elementary Education, Bossier City Wanda Allred, Elementary Education, Vidalia Beverly Anders, Elementary Education, West Monroe Wilma Arant, Home Economics, Bastrop Pam Archer, Elementary Education, Monroe Melissa Ashy, Elementary Education, Monroe Joseph N. Aymond, Psychology, Alexandria Karen Ayo, Office Administration, Houma Lucy Backstrom, Nursing, Clarkesdale, Miss. Joyce Barnes, Business, Monroe Nancy Barnett, Pre-Physical Therapy, Ster- lington Becky Barr, Social Welfare, W. Monroe Kaye Barron, Health and Physical Ed., Alexan- dria Marilyn Bates, Elementary Education, Monroe, La. Pat Bates, Pre Law, Mooringsport Robert Baucum, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Donna Beach, Speech, Winser Sherrill Beard, Office Adm., Vidalia Donna Bearden, Office Adm., Hodge Patty Bell, Montrose, Ark. Willie Bell, History, Epps Deborah Bennett, Elementary Ed., Bessier Stephen Bennett, General Studies, Natchi- toches Johnnie Benton, Social Studies, Mer Rouge Belva Berlin, Home Economics, Alexandria Annie L. Berry, Psychology, Monroe Byron Bertrand, Pre-Pharmacy Elton Duane Billings, Management, Bogalusa Elizabeth Bishop, Social Studies, Gretna Jennette Bison, Pre Occupational Therapy, Shreveport Christa Blackstock, Biology, West Monroe Betsy Blankenship, Elementary Education, Shreveport Leona Bobo, Speech, Winnsboro Charles Bolt, Pre Law, Vidalia Beryl Bolton, Speech, West Monroe Frank Bonfiglio, Pre Pharmacy, New Orleans Neal Bostwick, Music, Shreveport Paul Boudreaux, Computer Science, Monroe Grover Boughton, Data Processing, Monroe Kirk Bowdon, Art, Rayville Brenda Boyert, Elementary Education, Monroe Camellia Bradford, Social Welfare, Jena Debra Bragg, Pre Pharmacy Shreveport Hebert Branch, Building Const., Alexandria Tommy Lee Branson, Pre-Pharmacy, New Or- leans Valerye Branton, Home Economics, Haynesville Tommy J. Breaux, Pre Engineering, New Iberia Sheryl Brice, Pre Pharmacy, Natchez, Miss. Reba Bright, Pre Physical Therapy, Minden Sheryl Brill, Pharmacy, Bossier City Judith Bringol, Home Economics, Vidalia Judy Gaye Brooks, Elementanf Education, Monroe Mary Lee Brown, Home Economics, Gilbert Wanda Brown, Pure and Applied Sciences, Monroe Curtis Bruno, Journalism, South Bend, Ind. Edwin Bryan, Health and Physical Education, Liddieville Kathy Cheryl Bryan, Special Education, Winnsboro Jacky Burke, Liberal Arts, Bossier City Dolores M. Burnham, Pre-Occupational Ther- apy, New Orleans Larry Burrell, Music, Oak Grove Shirley Ann Burrell, Journalism, Oak Grove Janet Butcher, Office Adm., Oak Ridge Pat Byrd, Data Processing, Columbia Gay Caldwell, Speech, W. Monroe Terry Calloway, Physics, Vivian Trish Canterbury, Data Processing, Monroe Joyce Elaine Caples, Business Administration, W. Monroe Marc Cappello, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport Steve Carr, Pre-Pharmacy Welsh Bruce Carrington, Pre Pharmacy, Benton Barbara Carter, Science Education, Darnell Billy Carter, Nursing, Shreveport Joyce Carter, Office Administration, Monroe Dianne Cater, Business, Vidalia Siu Pul Chang, Medical Technology, Hong Kong Billy Chapman, Agriculture Business, Jones- ville Malcolm Cheek, Management, Pineville Diane Chesteen, Psychology Baton Rouge Shek-Kay Cheung, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Katie Chiasson, Office Adm., Gilbert Rena Chocklin, Social Welfare, Delhi Debbie Christman, Psychology, Monroe William Clausen, Pre Law, Sulphur Eillen Cloninger, Music, Slidell 'Q' 'S T 2. . it ' Y,.N GQ ' Y V : V' Q V I' W l.,. ' X10 . l Y, ii v,IQQi"T? if QT ir" I 'S K 1 T .R Q ' Ru ,ef Q ,- A .. " 31, A' 5 'Hi ,Ll ,ii 1 r il 4 l ,6,,gC, , A -4 '13 2 fr- ' ' ' Lg '42, '- 4? ' l.,:'7ijiQ... . M W X i I .4 'W r fi W P an V . , 3 'E 9 3 ,N .' Y , , X if A '2 I. xg? 5 ,SA Q Q fl' g r, 'ay ' . 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Alan Davidson, Accounting, Farmerville Greggory Davies, Law Enforcement, Winnfield Dianne Davis, Medical Technology Shreveport Emma Sue Davis, General Business, Bastrop James Davis, Biology, Shreveport Karl Von Davis, Agriculture, Ferriday Bema Day, General Business, Bastrop David Day, P!A Science, Monroe Dianna Dayton, Art, W. Monroe Sandra Deal, Office Adm., Monroe Phillip Deaton, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Tommy Deloach, Social Welfare, Effie Beverly Devine, Sociology, McGehee, Ark. Audrey Diggs, Nursing, Greenville, Miss. Nancy Dillahunty, Education, Mooringsport Edward Dinger, Pharmacy, Lake Providence Barbara Dobard, Pre-Law, Alexandria Dana Doise, Nursing, Eunice Ted Domingues, General Business, Breaux Bridge, La. Gordon Donahoe, Social Welfare, Delhi Deborah Donahue, Library Science, Bastrop Wes Dorman, Building Construction, Haynesville Dennis Dosher, Agriculture Business, Jones- ville Gordon Dotson, Pre Physical Therapy, New Iberia Kris Douglas, Speech Therapy, Monroe Jerry Dowden, Bus. Adm., Leesville Maria Drake, Pharmacy, Ponchatoula Robert Driver, Agriculture Bus., Lake Provi- dence Diane Dufour, Elementary Ed., Shreveport Barbara Duncan, Home Economics, Monroe Martha Dupree Pre-Pharmacy, Bastrop Kenneth Durden, Music, West Monroe Billy Duval, Data Processing, Morgan City Linda Ealy, Pre-Law, Shreveport Sylvia Edmonds, Home Economics, Homer Michael Ehrlinspiel, Psychology, Benton Bonnie Ekle, Nursing, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Pamela Elliott, Data Processing, Monroe Patricia Ellis, Office Adm., Uncertain, Texas Peggy Elrod, Nursing, Winnsboro Jennifer Emmons, Distributive Ed., West Mon- roe John Eniine, Geology, Haughton Susan Eubanks, Medical Technology Mans- field Ricky Evans, Accounting, West Monroe Susan Evans, Dental Hygiene, Rayville Denise Faciane, Pre-Pharmacy, Slidell Lynn Fant, Liberal Arts, Monroe Carolyn Files, Distributive Ed., Monroe Charlotta Fincher, Speech, Shreveport Pamela Finklea, Special Education, Shreve- port Marleen Finley, Home Economics, Monroe Johnny Fisher, Building Const., Houma Nancy Fly, Mathematics, Memphis, Tenn. Mary Jane Flynn, Medical Technology, Alexan- drla Herman Fontenot, Computer Science, Ope- M lousas Jan Foster, Liberal Arts, Monroe Lavenia Foster, Business, Monroe Michael Foster, Liberal Arts, Shreveport Myra Foster, Marketing, Lake Providence Anita Fowler, Speech, Alexandria Michelle Franklin, Special Education, Pineville Anita Frantom, Journalism, West Monroe Margie French, Office Adm., Tallulah Cheryl Friemel, Biology, Shreveport Patricia Fuller, Elementary Ed., Hosston Andrew Furlough, Economics, Long Island, N.Y. Helen Galloway, Elementary Ed., Gretna Tanya Ganey, Education, Jena David Gardner, Biology, West Monroe Rita Garner, Business, Kilbourne Gwen Gaske, Marketing, Shreveport Cathy Gaumnitz, Nursing, Tallulah William Gay, Speech, Monroe 4. I 2 Q' I --'-uf" X X ri. 4 'ww X 'x -o if N 4. . ff Q l G l, . fl' ll 1, l I Q1 'S' E. 1 'fl 'W er V i xg, x - H J, R X I 9 K 2 il' .fl Q - l 5 'H l 5 my X n H, an g l D '-. -gf l i i I l I . 'l f l - J X W4 I l , 'Q ' 'X Q- . . . 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'- K 1 -a ' James Gianforte, Art, Shreveport Kathy Gilland, Liberal Arts, Monroe Jerry Gilmore, Chemistry, Monroe Gail Gilmore, Speech, Pineville Carolyn Gipson, Pre-Law, Rayville Dlann Gipson, Medical Technology, Winns- boro Marie Glaser, Nursing, New Orleans Hugh Glasgow, Building Const., Monroe Glenda Glaze, History, Monroe Melodie Glover, Home Economics, Monroe Patricia Gosch, Health A P.E., Auburn, lowa Laura Gould, Health 8 P.E., Garden Grove Calif. Gwinartic Graham, Pre-Dentistry, Shreveport Doris Gray, Nursing, Monroe Sandy Green, Psychology Winnsboro Vicki Green, Liberal Arts, Marion Nancy Green, Psychology, Minden Lorraine Gregg, Business, Sterlington Rosetta Gregorio, Elementary Ed., Vivian Debbie Gremillion, Speech, Alexandria Gail Grimes, Mathematics, Pine Bluff, Ark. Patricia Grover, Accounting, Pineville Darek Guichard, Pre-Pharmacy, New Orleans Stephanie Guillote, Pre-Pharmacy, Harrison- byrg Rita Guthrie, Economics, Monroe Margaret Haddox, Accounting, Monroe Larry Hale, Accounting, Pine Bluff, Ark. Jean Hall, Elementary Ed., Monroe Clara Harden, Music, Bastrop Lynn Hardy, Elementary Ed., Shreveport Cynthia Harmon, Pre-Pharmacy, Medford Oregon Donna Harris, Office Adm., Shreveport Bruce Harrison, Psychology, Monroe Terry Harts, Medical Technology, Feriday Larice Hatcher, Building Const., Shreveport Teressa Haye, Elementary Ed., Monroe Debra Hayes, Nursing, Effie Kathleen Haynes, Elementary Ed., West Mon- roe Karen Hayward, Liberal Arts, Monroe Hillary Heard, Liberal Arts, West Monroe Arbraham Henderson, History, Monroe Lionell Henderson, Building Const., Ferriday Marjorie Henderson, Pre-Pharmacy, Canton ment, Fl. Bill Henry, Government, Oakdale Deborah Hermann, Education, New Orleans Scotty Hermann, Pre-Dentistry, Bossier City Kathleen Hice, Nursing, Morgan City Mary Hickman, Liberal Arts, Monroe Annette Hilburn, Pre-Occupation Therapy, Shreveport Howard Hilker, Data Processing, Slidell Harry Hillman, Radiology, Monroe Barbara Hixon, Business Adm., Swartz Pauline Holbrook, Nursing, Vivian Michael Holeyfield, Speech, Shreveport Mary Holliday, Psychology, Pineville Michael Hollier, Pre-Pharmacy, Sunset Robin Holstead, Medical Technology, Amite Patrick Holt, Pharmacy, Hammond Barbara Hooker, PRE-Occupation Therapy, New Orleans Camille Howard, Elementary Ed,, Shreveport Kathryn Hubbard, Nursing, Woodbine, iowa Jan Hudson, Home Economics, Plain Dealing Richard Hudson, Accounting, Bastrop Ronnie Huff, Pre-Law, West Monroe Terry Hughes, Pre-Law, Baton Rouge Lydell Humphries, Art, Monroe Sherrie Humphries, General Studies, Monroe Brenda Hutson, Special Education, West Mon- roe Leotis Hyde, Accounting, Pineville Benjamin ldiong, Pre-Pharmacy, Nigeria Barbara Jackson, Psychology, Monroe Patricia Jackson, Home Economics, Monroe Ruby James, Accounting, Monroe Lila Jefferson, English, Monroe Nona Jenkins, Pre-Physical Therapy, Deville Cheryl Johnson, Liberal Arts, Bastrop Gwendolyn Johnson, Business, Bastrop John Johnson, Pure 8 Applied Science, Shreveport Judy Johnson, Computer Science, Oakdale Myrtle Johnson, Health 8 P.E., Mer Rouge Donald Johnston, Pure 8 Applied Science, Monroe Candy Jones, Government, Epps Catherine Jones, Business, Alexandria Dennis Jones, Pre-Pharmacy, Maurepas Janice Jones, Music, Alexandria Susan Jones, Medical Technology, Monroe Terry Jones, Government, Winnsboro Betty Lynne Jopling, Biology, Shreveport Vicki Jordan, Special Education, Winnfield Ben Jowers, Pre-Pharmacy, Coushatta Margaret Jue, Medical Technology, Shreve- pon Sharon Keith, Biology, Little Rock, Ark, Jeune Keller, Social Welfare, Monroe Linda Kelly, Office Adm., Bossier City Allen Kemp, Pre-Pharmacy, Ponchatoula Robert Kennedy, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe - A- W 'IJ - l ff l.- A xy - If , A -1, -.f, 'Xl l E LST' I , 3 Wi T 531 J QX v . 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I 'Jar ,A x Linda King, English, Monroe Susan Kirkland, Elementary Ed., Bossier City Darice Koder, Nursing, Slidell Charlie Kothmann, Bio. Wildlife Const. Mgmt. New Orleans Mike Kullman, Pre-Pharmacy, Morgan City James Kyzar, Agriculture Bus., Tallulah Judy Labbe, Pre-Pharmacy, St. Martinville Jacqueline Lafleur, Pre-Occupation Therapy, Bunkie Louis Laguardia, Pre-Dentistry, New Orleans Gail Laird, Office Adm., Monroe Dianne Lanclos, Elementary Ed., Opelousas Suzetter Lantier, Pre-Pharmacy, Lafayette Susan Lavo, Speech, Bossier City ' Deborah Lawerence, Pre-Occupation Therapy, New Orleans Kathryn Lebrian, Home Economics, West Monroe David Lecoq, Pre-Pharmacy, Eunice Eugenia Lee, Office Adm., Shreveport Mary Lee, Elementary Ed., Jena Gustave Lehmann, Pre-Pharmacy, New Or- leans Peggy Leigh, Social Studies, Monroe Dixie Lenard, Elementary Ed., Monroe Randall Lillich, Pre-Dentistry, Shreveport Robert Lilly, Liberal Arts, Winnsboro Laura Lindle, Elementary Ed., Monroe Ginger Lindow, Nursing, Monroe Betty Lishman, Accounting, Fort Necessity Vaun Little, Education, Monroe Stella Lockwood, Education, Shreveport Susanna Lok, Office Adm., Hong Kong Alden Lopez, Data Processing, New Orleans Belinga Lorenz, Nursing, Garland, Texas Karen Lovell, Journalism, Brookhaven, Miss. Randy Lovell, Data Processing, Lake Provi- dence Carolyn Lowe, Nursing, Bastrop Toinette Loyd, English, Lake Providence Alan Lucas, Pre-Dentistry, Crossett, Ark. Danita Lummus, Elementary Ed., Hosston Dana Luse, Pharmacy, Monroe Barbara Mack, Pre-Physical Therapy, Houma Susan Maison, Marketing, Bastrop Nancy Marchand, Office Adm, Alexandria Mary Marionneaux, Education, Lake Charles Debbie Martin, Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Christine Matthews, Liberal Arts, Monroe Joan Matthews, Health 8 P.E., Alexandria Dennis Maxwell, Radio TV Mgmt., Crossett, Ark. Susie May, Data Processing, West Monroe Robert May, Law Enforcement, Shreveport r Paul Mayes, Pre-Pharmacy, Kinder Becky Mayfield, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Avis McBride, Pre-Pharmacy, West Lake Frank McCloy, Pharmacy, New Orleans Melissa McConathy, Home Economics, Ray- ville Bret McCoy, Management, Natchitoches Dorothy McCoy, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Andre McDade, Pre-Dentistry, Oak Grove Faye McDonald, Business, Benton Vicki McEachern, Health A P.E., Vivian Cindy McGee, General Studies, Jackson, Miss. Rick McGuirt, Pre-Pharmacy, Natchitoches Glenda Mclntyre, Social Welfare, Goodwill Marjorie McKaskle, Medical Technology, Shreveport John McKinney, Pre-Law, Minden Robert McLean, Pre-Medicine, Natchez, Miss. James McMan, Education, Minden David McMillan, Mathematics, Monroe Elsie McMillian, General Business, West Mon- roe Susie McNeely, Special Education, Slidell Connie McNeil, Education, Darnell June McVay, Music, West Monroe Mary Meeks, Nursing, El Dorado, Ark. Veria Melton, Office Adm., Mer Rouge Cece Melville, Social Studies, Bossier City Murphy Meyers, Building Const., New Iberia Deborah Miller, Social Welfare, Ruston Gladys Miller, Pre-Pharmacy, Lake Charles Leslie Miller, Data Processing, Monroe Les Milton, Pre-Law, Delhi Therese Mire, Pre-Pharmacy, Metairie Joe Mitchell, Health 8 P.E., Monroe Rose Mitchell, Home Economics, Houston, Texas Nathanael Mixon, Building Const., Winnsboro Beverly Moore, Elementary Ed., Rayville Diane Moore, Operating Room Tech., Bastrop Marilyn Morrell, Art, Monroe Eva Morris, Liberal Arts, Shreveport Gail Morris, Art, Jena Brenda Moses, Social Welfare, Newellton Marjorie Mullican, Business, Baskin Alice Myatt, Art, West Monroe Lou Nale, Medical Technology, Farmervllle Sharon Nabours, Home Economics, Sulphur Raymond Nebel, Pre-Vet. Medicine, Houma Judy Neff, Social Studies, Amarillo, Texas Delois Newman, Social Welfare, Tallulah Ellen Nichols, General Business, Lake Provi- dence .- -1 l . 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John Pauley, Aviation, West Monroe Janet Paxton, Law Enforcement, Baton Rouge Paralea Payne, Office Adm., Bonita Nancy Peacock, Pharmacy, West Monroe Dianne Perkins, Mathematics, Mooringsport Ann Peters, Government, Alexandria Larry Pettiette, History, Shreveport Donald Philley, Data Processing, Oak Grove John Piazza, Pre-Pharmacy, Vicksburg, Miss. James Pierce, Health 8 P.E., Jonesboro David Plain, Pre-Dentistry, Rayville Joy Plants, Health 8 P.E., Shreveport Jimmy Pollard, Management, Springfield Gregory Poret, Radiology, Cottonport Carol Porter, General Business, Shreveport Trudi Portie, Psychology, Sulphur Debra Powell, Distributive Ed., Monroe Mike Price, Management, Jonesville Richard Price, Agriculture, Sicily Island Sharon Price, Education, West Monroe Jimmey Prince, Speech, Haynesville Patti Prince, Elementary Ed., Sicily Island Jane Pringle, Medical Technology, New Orleans Michael Pritchett, Law Enforcement, Bastrop Chris Przybiski, Home Economics, West Port, Conn. Glynn Putnam, Pre-Occupation Therapy, Elton Donna Raiford, English, Tallulah Becky Ramsey, General Business, Monroe Roger Rankin, Education, Monroe Kae Rash, Special Education, Bossier City William Rauschkolb, Economics, Harvey 1 Vickie Rayborn, Business, Wisner Cathy Rayford, Elementary Ed., Bossier City Barbara Redlin, Office Adm., El Dorado, Ark. Susan Reeder, Speech 8 Hearing, Haynesville Sharon Reeves, Journalism, Deville Rebecca Remont, Social Welfare, Alexandria Cheryl Richmond, Home Economics, Shreve- port Rudy Rivera, Building Const., San Pedro, Honduras Gordon Roach, Music, Wisner Delilah Roark, Elementary Ed., Jena Barbara Roberds, Office Adm., Metairie Aubry Roberts, Health 8 P.E., Winnsboro Gregory Robichaux, Pre-Pharmacy, Raceland Clarence Robinson, Pharmacy, New Orleans John Robinson, Health 8 P.E., Tioga Ronald Robinson, Pre-Pharmacy, Effie Stephanie Rodriguez, Pre-Physical Therapy, New Orleans Ginger Roos, Journalism, Shreveport Elaine Roper, English, Monroe Debbie Rosedale, Business, Monroe Gary Roshto, Management, Tioga Lloyd Rougeau, Journalism, Oakdale Wayne Roussel, Health 3 P.E., Destrehan Susan Rugg, Office Adm., Monroe Pam Rumfola, Biology, Baton Rouge Elaine Ryan, Elementary Ed., Monroe Mary Sanders, Nursing, Grayson Sherry Sandidge, Music, Clarksdale, Miss, Linda Sandiford, English, Monroe Charlotte Schafer, Pre-Law, New Orleans Jana Schaller, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport Everette Schiele, Journalism, Alexandria Edward Scott, Pre-Pharmacy, Jonesville Lewis Scott, Pre-Medicine, West Monroe Karen Scroggins, Social Welfare, Bossier City John Scruggs, Social Studies, Ferriday Susan Segers, Home Economics, Newellton Beverly Self, Pre-Pharmacy, Bastrop Nancy Sevier, Elementary Ed., Tallulah Cornelius Shaw, Marketing, Monroe Bessie Sheets, Nursing, Richmond, Va, Judith Sherman, Law Enforcement, Monroe Thomas Shuflin, Chemistry, Alexandria Stephen Shurr, General Business, Little Rock, Ark. Mitchel Simmers, Pre-Pharmacy White Castle David Simons, Pre-Pharmacy, Haughton Janna Sims, Health 8 P.E. M., Baton Rouge Robert Simpson, Music, Oakdale , f' FWS ,fs Q G gi 'Kev 1 bl ' ,5 1 t gy 3 g. . 3 Y i f- J l v if " ' S i er 3 V" V ' in li 'ix , ' i ' ' 5 f- ff' J., 1 I 1 "1.. it 15 in from in-w 1 '3 ,,,, T E , Q I ir, 47 , fspfx '5 M ' R , . ., " ' ' i ' '-:K rf.: 'r. I tin -ima-e"i. X he '+'Wirfw1'!'5 4 ,, ,., 4' h 2 l " 4 ' - 1: ly 119- fa, 'Q 'fo 'ff, --,Q A g 'fag if R, , - fs: 'ra 5 L . . f gun V " y- - I Qi ky xi Kg X 'CQ J J I We 4' . ft J ,fi 'I l f . 1.:i i " 3 if t i i ' . . l it 'Ia fa! 9 11 f I- x. O, . ,r , " 3' Q Ts! I 5. -e 25? I' T' ..g..f-- r 2 ww svn" ' 1 . 1 u" ' 1 7. .U ...L ,.. 1 N 7 'D , 'T -2 ' ' '4 G. E, 'S fir - T fl f N., I ll A -A . lg! li fa' '. dv- ,4 ' 44 5 l Q lm- '4'- 'A I J J l Sai- R 'f A. Cindy Sipes, Nursing, Shreveport Terry Skains, Law Enf, Winnfield Cyndi Smith, Special Ed., Baton Rouge Deborah Smith, Home Ec., Winnfield Gary Smith, Corrections, Monroe Greg Smith, Art, Shreveport Stanley Smith, Law Ent, Angola Virginia Smith, Social Welfare, Bastrop Dixie Snyder, Ele. Ed., Shreveport Dexter Soileau, Social Wel., Pineville Mickie Solomon, Home Ec., Monroe Francis Spann, Pre-Pharmacy, Winser Patricia Spencer, Med. Tech., Tallulah Joan Spikes, Nursing, Shreveport Maury Staggs, Pre-Pharm., Shreveport Robert Stanton, Pre-Den., Slidell Pamela Stewart, Office Adm., W. Monroe Ricki Stratton, Data Processing, Minden Wanda Strickland, Dental Hyg., Amite Brennan Talley, Pre-Pharmacy, Springhill Cathy Taylor, Spec. Ed., Baton Rouge Vince Terracina, Pre-Den., Bossier City Tracy Thomas, Pre-Pharm., Springhill Carl Thomson, Lib. Arts., Monroe David Thoamson, Aviation, Alto Gail Thompson, Ele. Ed., Winnsboro Belinda Thorpe, Nursing, Spearsville Jerry Thornhill, Law Enf, Monroe Valerie Thousand, Home Ec., Rayne Wanda Thrower, Ele. Ed., Monroe Loraine Tomlinson, H!P.E., Shreveport Karen Trahan, Pre Pharm., Lafayette Gary Traylor, Eng., Kilbourn Barry Tucker, Pre-Den., Farmerville Lillie Tucker, Data Processing, Vidalia Bonnie Tung, Pharm., Thailand Cindy Turner, Radiology, Monroe Debbie Turner, Office Adm., Winnlield Debra Turner, Business, Haughton Michael Turner, Pre-Den., Monroe Russell Turrentine, Insurance, Alexandria Dawn Tuttle, French, Bossier City Rena Tweedy, Pharmacy, Minden Barbara Tyler, Government, Bastrop John Tyson, Physics, New Orleans Faye Underwood, Social Studies, W. Monroe Ellen Upton, Special Ed., Minden Susan Vallery, Home Ec., Monroe Debbie Varnado, Accounting, Baton Rouge Judy Vercher, Nursing, Pineville -1. Darcelle Vermillion, Psychology, Pineville if l ...S if Jonathan Viallon, Pre-Pharmacy White Castle '77 fs, Dana Walker, Journalism, Shreveport .. Sally Walpole, Mathematics, Monroe . f . Judy Walker, Office Adm., Shreveport Richard Walter, Radio 8 TV Mgmt., Monroe A Debbie Walters, Medical Technology. Baton , nk, Rouge ' Eg - 1 l , Joe Walters, Management, Winnsboro ' ' ., t " Kathy Walters, Accounting, Monroe -f N? ' ' - ,- Sara Walters, Education, Rayville 1 - Y X LW. 1,31 K ' 1 1 S' Lue Ware, Government, Monroe l ' Leighton Warren, General Business, h W ' . Shreveport Q ,. ' - " .eff Gracelia Washington, Art, Winnsboro B ., , A Sue Waso, Data Processing, West Monroe ' -' Gary Waters, Journalism, Colorado Springs, 'S , V Colo. ,Q 7 Steve Waters, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Li ,r -lr ff , l' at 'ilgyr Albuquerque, New Mexico il' li Q flu' . X 'kB iv 4 ,J :fini fri ' -2 if Gloria Watson, Home Economics, Rayville , ' - I r if 7' Sandy Watts, Accounting, Newellton R ri ,, ,Q . ,i' ., - Elsie Weathersby, Music, Monroe V 'Q .rr 2 ,- 'L 5 W ,V Denise Webb, Home Economics, Shreveport 1 vii, '- ,, Q ,. . T-gf' Randall Welch, French, Jena ,E , S - i " Susan Welch, Education, Baton Rouge W 1- 'f ,Jr - . '-rv , . l , ,V . 'J-2 rf, ,r 'N 'Z f 1 . - ilv..t 1 f i. A X l ff V l Bill Wells, Biology, San Diego, Calif. , , David Wempe, Law Enforcement, Monroe V, ' ,A if A Bonnie White, Pharmacy Bunkie , NIJ lvl ' I . 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John Adams, Pharmacy, Monroe Randy Albritton, Building Construction, Farm- erville Debbie Alexander, H!P.E., Monroe Nelda Allbritton, Accounting, Harrisonburg Martha Allen, Office Adm., Kildron Edwin Allman, Social Studies, Harrisonburg Pa. Joe Amaden, Law Enf, Lonoke, Ark. Deborah Anderson, Pharmacy, New Orleans Cathey Arceneaux, Accounting, Shreveport William Arnold, Social Welfare, Newellton Salvadore Arnone, Pharmacy Hammond Joel Aronson, Pharmacy, Orlando, Fla, Russell Arsaga, Physics, Metairie Terry Aucoin, Management, Morgan City Linda Baggardly, Pharmacy, Bastrop Jo Ann Bailey, Social Welfare, Monroe Claude Baines, Art, W. Monroe Mary Baker, Chemistry, Alexandria Jerry Baerfield, Psychology, Winnsboro Wicklynne Bassett, Nursing, Monroe Neil Baudin, Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla. Robbie Bazer, Spanish, Shreveport Jerry Beene, Insurance, Tallulah Susan Bell, Elementary Ed,, Jena Richard Bencal, Gen. Studies, Salem, Mass. Bona Benjamin, Pharmacy, Pollack Michael Benjamin, Pharmacy, Pollock Melvin Benton, General Business, Bastrop Gene Bertonaschi, Marketing, Monroe Joe Bishop, Education, Monroe Madeleine Blades, Lib Arts, Monroe Dick Bonin, Building Construction, Monroe Thomas Booth, Lib Arts, Winnfield Arlene Bordelon, Pharmacy, Moreairville Vernon Bothwell, P-A Sci., Cloverdale, lnd. Ronald Bourgerois, Pharmacy, Thibodaux Jack Bowen. Accounting, Winnsboro Dee Bowling, Gen. Studies, W. Monroe Mary Boyte, English, Oak Grove Nieda Braddock, Data Processing, Crowville Kenneth Braley, Biology, Monroe Jimmy Brantley, Pharmacy, Jennings Michael Brasher, Social Welfare, Bossier City Albert Brazzel, Pharmacy, Ruston Cindy Breaux, Pharmacy, Eunice Chenrvyn Breaux, Medical Technology Loreairville David Brendle, Lib Arts, W. Monroe Henry Bridges, Education, Minden Cheryl Bringol, Education, Vidalia Toni Brookreson, Math, Abilene, Tex. Richard Brooks, Marketing, Crossett, Ark. Karen Brooks, Journalism, Monroe Edward Broussard, Pharmacy, Delcambre Rodger Browder, Art, Bossier Jim Brown, Pure and Applied Science, Deerpark, N.Y. Linda Brown, Pharmacy, Simmsport Phillip Brown, Pharmacy, Minden Betty Bryan, Nursing, Hodge Willie Buffington, Gen. Business, Monroe John Bull, Pharmacy, Arabi Greg Bullock, Liberal Arts, Delhi Michael Burch, Social Studies, Logansport Vickye Burgess, Business, Haynesville William Burgess, Accounting, Haynesville Robert Burns, Accounting, Monroe Frank Burroughs, Social Welfare, Bernice Clyde Butler, Pharmacy, Raceland Alfred Butts, Liberal Arts, Sagltarbor, N.Y. John Cain, Office Adm. Monroe Alice Caldwell, Pharmacy, Ponchatoula Richard Caldwell, Psychology, Calhoun Jacklyn Calhoun, Office Adm., Gretna Donna Calton, Music, Alexandria Joseph Cambre, Pharmacy Reserve Camille Cancienne, Pharmacy, Houma Joseph Cangelosi, Marketing, Baton Rouge Rosie Cann, Social Welfare, W. Monroe Carol Cannon, Art,Baton Rouge Katherine Cannon, Pharmacy, St. Gabriel Kaye Carpenter, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro James Carpenter, H!P.E., Sicily Island Oliver Carroll, Accounting, Shreveport Janice Carter, English, Bastrop Margaret Carter, Elementary Ed., Clinton Finley Cartwright, Social Welfare, Tallulah Denise Cazenave, Liberal Arts, Arabi Ellis Chambless, Marketing, W. Monroe Chun Lai Chan, Pharmacy, Hong Kong Deborah Chapman, Home Economics, Prince- ton Robbie Chevalier, Psychology, Monroe Lawrence Chiasson, Pharmacy, Mermentau John Cicero, Data Processing, Monroe Bob Cisneros, Pharmacy, New Orleans Lillie Clifton, Business, Rayville Susan Cochrane, Art, Monroe 3, :T K pl 5 H aj? , I, at l I K . X - ,Q fi ' l "N Qlzlk ,ji "L , f 'wg x, 1 , .. IU u, I 'f :F -fn ' X 'N 1 - : ,ar .f nf' ' ,X '-. 5,51 M ,,,, , , . 4' , J ' , X . N. Q .. , Xl li .cl 1, l .x -vx la . NV -fi 'int ' . .-, 1 , . li x ,.'?.,s, J V V 41 t I livi- e "'! . ,H A ! 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Business, Shreveport Lucille Coleman, Home Ec., Rayville Vivian Coleman, Social Welfare, Bastrop Joe Collura, Pharmacy, New Orleans Madeline Cook, Home Ec., Ferriday Margaret Coon, Pharmacy, Winnfield Kirk Cooper, Industrial Mgmt., Alexandria Kristi Cooper, H!P.E., Baker Georgette Corbin, Art, Gilbert Libby Cox, Pharmacy, Mer Rouge Rex Crame, Building Const., Monroe Alison Crenshaw, Journalism, Shreveport Glenn Crochet, Pharmacy Montequet Warren Cross, Social Studies, Haughton Gary Crouch, Pre Law, Epps Aline Crump, Social Welfare, Clayton Mickey Culpepper, Accounting, Monroe Camile Currier, H!P.E., Amite Betty Danna, Pharmacy, Monroe Brenda Davis, Nursing, Farmerville Gloria Davis, Gen. Business, Monroe Marie Davis, Home Ec., Start Cynthia Day, Elementary Ed., Downsville Linda Day, Office Adm., Clinton James Decker, Building Const., Pineville Thomas Delabretonne, Pharmacy, Houma Earl Denning, Management, Winnfield Kay Denning, Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Lynn Desoto, Social Studies, Bastrop Beth Diedrich, Home Ec., Thibodaux Ed Domingue, Pharmacy, Opelousas Margery Dopson, Business, Rayville Bessie Dorsey, Data Processing, Natchitoches Rickey Doucet, Pharmacy, Washington Susan Dowden, Lib. Arts, Monroe Thomas Dowdy, Industrial Mgmt., Monroe Ernest Downey, Computer Science, W. Mon roe Karen Draper, Speech, Council Bluff, Iowa Keith Dronet, Pharmacy, Kaplan Kenneth Dufrene, Management, Paradis Richard Dumas, History, Monroe Sara Duncan, Home Ec., Columbia Sharon Dunnings, Ele. Ed., Monroe John Dupree, Agriculture Business, Delhi Virginia Durrett, English, Lake Charles Curtis Dykes, Pharmacy Kempwood Lane Eaves, Pharmacy, W. Monroe Marianna Echols, Data Processing, Monroe Tommy Edmonds, Biology, Minden Hugh Eley, Government, W. Monroe Judi Ellerbe, Government, Bossier City Malcolm Enlow, Liberal Arts, Chattanooga, Tenn. Rex Ensminger, Marketing, Monroe Frank Ernst, Pharmacy Natchez, Miss. William Ernst, Pharmacy, Natchez, Miss. Edward Evans, Building Const., Delhi Kathleen Evans, Pharmacy, Winnsboro J. S. Fairbanks, Pharmacy, Jonesville Wayne Falcone, Pharmacy, Independence James Faler, Industrial Mgmt., Monroe Dana Faught, Home Ec., Bossier City Dennis Faulkenberry, Management, Bastrop Lawrence Favalora, Pure and Applied Science, Metairie Jenny Ferguson, Home Ec., Oak Grove Alice Ferris, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Marlene Firmin, Pharmacy, Crowley Brenda Flory, Nursing, Shreveport Robert Foley, Pharmacy, Shreveport Gary Folks, Pharmacy, Shreveport Carol Fontenot, Pharmacy Grand Prairie Jeff Fontenot, Pharmacy, Westlake Danny Ford, Computer Science, Vidalia Jackie Foster, Gen. Business, Shreveport William Fowler, Economics, Goodwill Terry Frederick, Pharmacy, Kaplan John Freeland, Math., Bastrop Michael French, Agronomy Lake Providence James Fritz, Computer Science, Spring Hill John Fritz, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Brian Fryday, Accounting, Monroe Larry Fuger, Education, Monroe David Fulco, Education, Monroe Danny Fuller, Industrial Mgmt., Delhi Dan Fulton, Liberal Arts, W. Monroe Sabah Futayyeh, Elementary Ed., Monroe Marianne Futch, Art, Shreveport Roger Gage, Marketing, Longview, Tex. Gary Galasso, Aviation, New York, N.Y. Judith Gannaway, Elementary Ed., Monroe Judy Garrett, Accounting, Winnfield Jerri Garris, Pre Occuo Therapy Jonesboro Earl Gassenberger, Pharmacy Gretna Peggy Gee, Pharmacy W. Monroe Harry Gibson, Gen. Business, Monroe . ' .'-F' VV? Ykvfl. 'fi'-,- -:- ' A 1.5, I my-Y f g r , 'Fri fl A iff: . ', 1 f " V ,- JJ' , ,1 -Fifi: ' wr Ta! , r--- X ' - A - 3 av N ' ,WMV l . , fl Q f ABQ V . 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Timothy Green, Accounting, Monroe Rick Gregg, Management, Rockville, Md. Bobbie Gregory, Psychology, Monroe Dennis Gros, Journalism, Slidell Cynthia Grubb, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport John Guedry, Pharmacy, Morganza Rusty Guidry, Pharmacy Abbeville Stan Guillory, Law Ent, Pineville Willis Guillory, Pharmacy, Alexandria Lawanna Gunn, Social Welfare, Monroe Colleen Gurley, Pharmacy, Dequincy Carolyn Hale, H!P.E., Monroe Francis Hall, Pharmacy, Monroe Joseph Hall, Psychology, New Orleans Ann Halley, Home Ec., Farmerville Daria Hamilton, Special Ed., Monroe Joe Hamilton, Accounting, W. Monroe John Hammonds, Government, Columbia Randall Hanks, Pharmacy, Gueyean William Hanson, Pharmacy, New Orleans Linda Hardy, H!P.E., Holly Ridge William Harkness, Gen. Business, Collinston Cecil Sharp, Gen. Business, Monroe Kenneth Harper, Pharmacy, Bunkie Donna Harrell, Pharmacy, Jonesboro Regina Harrell, Pre-Pharmacy, Ferriday Ola Bell Harris, Home Ec., Rayville Kenneth Lee Hart, Management, Monroe Carolyn E. Harville, Art., Bossier City Maxine Haslaver, L. Arts, New Orleans Keith Hatfield, Pharmacy, Texarkana, Ark. Joy Hathorn, Pharmacy, Monroe Ray Hathorn, L. Arts, Monroe Deborah Hatten, Accounting, West Monroe Debbie Hayes, Social Welfare, Monroe Mary Hawkins, Music, Ferriday Alice Haynes, Ele. Educ., Monroe Shirley Haynes, Gen. Bus., Flayville Terry Hays, History, Shreveport James Heard, Gen. Bus., W. Monroe Barbara Hebert, Nursing, Port Allen McQullar Hegwood, Management, Monroe Dinah Henderson, Education, Monroe Linda Henderson, Sp. Educ., Monroe Philip Henry, Pharmacy, Flayville Betty Hensley, Elem. Educ., Tallulah James Hernandez, Pharm., Lafayette Lynette Hester, Elem. Educ., Bastrop Jocelyn Hill, Pharm., Winnboro Jessie Hilton, Gen. Bus., Bogalusa Wm. Hindmon, Elem. Educ., Monroe Preston Hines, Pharm., Junction City, Ark. Charles Hodgkins, Finance., Lake Providence Vicki Hodgkins, Music, Winnsboro Frank Holland, Pharm., Natchez, Miss. Vickie Holland, Pharm., Shreveport Bobby Hollier, Pharm., Mamou James Hollis, Acct., Sterlington Bettie Holloway, Home Econ., Monroe Martha Holmes, Pharm., New Orleans Linda Hooker, Pharm., New Orleans Robert Hooper, Pharm., Shreveport Maribelle Hopkins, Nursing, Jones Darryl Hote, Pharm., New Orleans Frank Howard, Lib. Arts, Lake Providence Stephen Howard, Music, W. Monroe Marguerite Howerton, Lib. Arts, Shreveport Don Hoyt, English, New Orleans Carole Hudgings, Nursing, Ash Grove, Mo. Thomas Hudspeth, Pharm., Amlte James Huffman, Bldg. Const., Belleville John Hunter, Bldg. Const., Delhi Frank lnman, Pharm., Benton Kay lnzina, Office Adm., Monroe Paul Ivey, Soc. Studies., Haughton 1 ' a l I , . 1 :f- if Q l it lk' ba... A 'if I il , - r lui X i 4 i .ff f -, .. ' Y .Tfliifii 3, ' -' , 7 I Il i ! ', C . ' .' 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Arts, Delhi Ronald Joiner, Management, Monroe Delilah Jones, Ele. Ed., Rania Douglas Jones, Building Const., Gretna Genevia Jones, Social Welfare, New Orleans Jerry Jones, Pharmacy, Ruston Kathryn Jordan, Home Ec., Shreveport Tom Keller, Art., Peoria, Ill. Bernice Kemp, Math, New Orleans Ronald Wayne Kemp, H!P.E., Ferriday Mark Kennedy, Social Studies, Monroe James Kenney, Ele. Ed., Bossier City Mary Kester, Ele. Ed., Winnsboro Sally Kilpatrick, Education, Monroe Carol Kimball, Pharmacy, Dequincy David King, Geology, Monroe David Kirby, Pre-Den, Hosston Keith Kirby, Speech, Monroe Edgar Kirchem, Math, New Orleans Eddie Klein, Pharmacy, Morgan City Preston Klump, Pharmacy, Lake Arthur Raymond Knichel, P-A Sc., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Karen Knight, Home Economics, Winnsboro Jimmie Knight, Biology, Zoology, Monroe Janet Koncinsky, Math, Alexandria Kwok Hun Koo, Pharmacy, Hong Kong Gene Lafleur, Pharmacy, Kinder James Lancaster, Gen. Business, Monroe Richard Lawrence, Social Studies, Shreveport Catherine Laws, Ele. Ed., Franklin Buddy Leake, Geology, Pascagoula, Miss. Linda Lebreton, Pharmacy, New Orleans Gloria Lebrun, Art., W. Monroe Debby Ledet, Nursing, Monroe Lewis Ledlow, Jr., Biology, Shreveport Rebecca Lee, Pharmacy, Slidell Linda Leeks, Pharmacy, Dumas, Ark. Carolyn Leonard, Social Welfare, Ruston Gwendolyn Lewis, Special Ed., Monroe Devon Lewis, Pharmacy, W. Monroe Sue Lobaugh, Elementary Ed., Alexandria Vallie Long, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Debbie Loviza, History, Soda Springs, lowa Terrie Lowe, Art, W. Monroe Alvin Lui, Math, Hong Kong Sandra Lustberg, English, Shreveport Donald Lynx, Pharmacy, Syossuet, N.Y. Sandra Lyons, Business, Monroe Glenn Martin Susan Martin, Music, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Kay Matkins, English, Sterlington Patsy Maxwell, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Vivian Frederick McAlmond, Building Const., Monroe Dianne McBride, Pharmacy, Jonesboro Denver McCarty, Law Ent, Monroe James McCollum, Pharmacy, Benton, Ill. Bruce McCormick, Psychology, Shreveport Laurel McCowin, Elementary Ed., Flayville Barbara McCoy, Marketing, Baton Rouge Terry McCuilin, Building Const., Monroe Bernie McDermott, Pharmacy, Perth Amboy N. J. Kenny McDougle, Music, Perryville Carol McElveen, Pharmacy, Roseland Suzanne McElwee, Pharmacy, Natchitoches Dorothy McEnery, Accounting, Oak Grove Mickey McGowan, Building Const., Minden Jackie McGregor, Fladio!Television, W. Monroe Jimmie Mcllwain, History, Monroe Marty McKay, Pharmacy, Pineville Keith McVay, HfP.E., W. Monroe Linda McWilliams., Accounting, Monroe Tom Medley, Marketing, Bastrop John Metzger, Aviation, Lighthouse Point, Fla. Michael Migues., Law Ent, Pineville, La. Liz Miller, English, Shreveport Keith Milligan., L. Arts.. Houma Jean Mire, Pharmacy, Covington Stanley Mixon, Pharmacy, Winnsboro Mattie Moffit, Education, Monroe Barbara Montagnino, Nursing, Baton Rouge Bennie Moore, Animal Science, Bastrop Loyce Moore, Nursing, Monroe Sheila Moore, Psychology, Alexandria Paxton Moreland, Accounting, Bossier City Wilhemina Morgan, French, Christy Morton, Home Ec., Monroe Jerry Morton., Pharmacy, Ozark, Ark. Randall Moses, Management, Shreveport Nolan Moulle, Accounting, Ferriday X t" 3 Y G rj ' ,J i f l ' 'X ' Mx- ,,, ,ri 1 i1 Q 01' X E.. A .4 A , is I -q.. it .-A , V -iff' 41. , Y " V Fw V 1 F '31 , I if 'Stl A 3 ft 7 X XY T 41, y , V lsj , V rs , 1, , Y i i X - , l' ' I 4' "7 " 1 N lg- - . ' , 5 Q ,Cl iv ,N . Q in If 5, '55 7 . fn? if :Q . V, ,l .J 1 1 ' 4 1 4- V l f L , , N1 l r t ' at -J . L 2 4--if 1 6 A P- 1 if ' ' 2 J ,gm P 'X ' , fit' P I 'i M L Q ' W l " t , .A l , ,v vm ,- " ,. i '53 " " . fit ' JIQQ .',,, ' ' 2' - , Y, . A gs 2 .-E, ,-1 . ' 0 'ill' I . N Via r, V , Tx, tix. 'f ' -Q . 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Arts, Monroe John Nowlin, Pharmacy, Crossett Margaret Nuss, Pharmacy, Covington Craig Odekirk, Lib. Arts, Ogden, Utah Pamela Odom, Nursing, W. Monroe Susan Odom, Soc. Welfare, Monroe K. B. Odonnell, Social Welfare, Logansport Cheryl Oliver, Data Processing, Linville Charles Oschwald, Pharmacy, Cocodrie Herbert Otwell, Law Ent, Monroe Kenneth Owens, Hist., W. Monroe Cindy Pace, Sp. Educ., Logansport C. M. Parker, Law Ent, Monroe Harold Parker, Journalism, Wichita, Kans. Sarah Parker, Music, Ferriday Mary Pasqua, Pharmacy, Gonzalas Louis Pavich, Pharmacy, Eunice Cynthia Payne, Corrections, Gulfport, Miss. George Payne, Lib. Arts, Benita Travis Payton, Accounting, Ruston Audrey Pazmino, Business, Delhi Williams Peeples, Pharmacy, Texarkana, Ark. Mary Ann Percy, Social Studies, Pineville Alice Perkins, Data Processing, W. Monroe Michael Perrodin, Pharmacy, Crowley Donald Perry, Management, Swartz Roy Peters, H!P.E., Crowville Dewight Phelps, Pre-Den., Monroe Charles Piazza, Pre-Den., Vicksburg, Miss. Barry Piske, Computer Science, New Orleans David Poche, Pharmacy, Hester Elizabeth Pohlson, Pre-Den., Start Mary Ann Pohlson, Pharmacy, Start Cheryl Poindexter, Special Ed., W. Monroe Buell Polk, Pharmacy, Raymond, Miss. Tom Pollard, Computer Sci., Tallulah Charles Poole, Building Const., Monterey Benny Popwell, Pre-Den., Monroe Adrienne Poss, Journalism, Shreveport Tom Posta, Finance, Rayville Kim Powell, Lib. Arts, Largo, Fla. Ernest Brice, Pharmacy, Lake Charles Janet Priest, Home Ec., Bastrop Judith Primeaux, Pharmacy, Bell City Connie Prince, Home Ec., Monroe Karen Prine, Home Ec., Epps Doris Prisock, General Business, Delhi Iva Prithcher, Elementary Ed., Monroe Lawerence Proctor, Law Enforcement, Vidalia Barbara Profit, Social Studies, Monroe Thomas Radcliff, Bio. Wildlife Cons. Mgmt., Logansport Stephen Ramey, Pre-Den., Bossier City Becky Rast, Journalism, Shreveport Donna Ratliff, English, Epps Leland Rawls, Law Ent, Danell Margene Ray, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Connie Reeks, Data Processing, Pioneer Billy Reeves, Pharmacy, Sulphur Vicki Reppond, Elementary Ed., Marion Eric Reuter, Computer Science, New Orleans Janet Reynaud, Elementary Ed., W. Monroe Barbara Richardson, Nursing, Monroe Rodger Richey, Pharmacy, Alexandria Kenneth Riggin, Pre-Engineering, W, Monroe Oscar Riggs, Data Processing, Tallulah Paul Riggs, Pharmacy, Wildsville Thomas Rinehart, Pharmacy, Shreveport Phyllis Rino, Elementary Ed., Alexandria Mary Rivera, Nursing, White Castle Linda Robertson, Elementary Ed., Gilbert Mary Robertson, Social Welfare, Sterlington Harvey Robideaux, Law Ent, W. Monroe Doyle Robinson, Agriculture, Gilbert Ginger Robinson, Elementary Ed., Monroe Richard Robinson, Social Studies, Pineville Ruby Robinson, Social Welfare, Rayville James Rogers, Pharmacy, Monroe Doug Rorie, Law Ent, Bossier City Carl Rosby, Computer Science, Oak Grove Joseph Rossler, Marketing, Shreveport Michael Roussel, Agriculture, Hester Ralph Ruiz, Pre-Pharmacy, Reserve Susan Rush, Home Ec., Deville John Rushing, Aviation, Fort Lauderdale, Fla, .-1, '13 Y. 5 al l H iw, 1" ,Q af , . ' i'i5i'lflil:-ii-fm .P it ' . ,L L' I 'ff . iv f 7 i , A fi ' 3 s 1 ...... ,..., il .. K F' N ii' 129 'N f A - , vt . Q' ' - i 'L -5- , if r, T L 5 , l 5 ., 1,4 l 1 ii I if' . ' 'Tl 'Y 'ik -' -if ' ' 5 ,i ' n- X .l iz , , 1 . ,ll l 'ff1-for 5, , ' lv Q X it 1 "i l-Fi l l l 4 ,iii 4: rx l" . it-L, if - 3 ' fi f"'???"1T .fl A, W.,-, , . JI gf: :W l J' , li ii il W ... 1 ' 2 4 if as ii iii ' f f . Q I V id Il i x II I' ' 1 A - it 7 x I l ' if 9- i X X l .eat n,,. Q ' 1-1 l I - -5547. ., 1 is x . it . 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N5 1' RN, . .., - -, it T? .4 4 lei, 1- Z' . l - r , 6- gf S+! l Ja 1? - L bv 1 ' 3 i f f 'Zi' 'h ev? , Qi Q , li its Danny Russell, Building Const., Columbia Rolland Rutkowski, Social Welfare, Lafayette Don Ryan, Pharmacy, Berwick Patricia Ryder, Education, Buckeye Evert Ryland, Government, Pineville George Sadik, Pharmacy, Lebanon Carliss Sampognaro, Pre-Pharmacy, Monroe Maria Sampognaro, Office Adm., Monroe Dennis Sanchez, Pharmacy, Bellerose Phillip Saragusa, Pharmacy, Independence Carol Sawyer, Lib. Arts, Oak Grove Helen Schwartzenburg, Speech Ed., Westlake Donnie Scimeca, Pharmacy Tickfaw Ronald Scott, Pharmacy, Bossier City Thomas Scurria, Pharmacy, Tallulah Douglas Self, Insurance, Pioneer Stevens Sellers, Pharmacy Berwick Jim Sevier, Lib. Arts, Tallulah Scott Sevier, Pharmacy, Lake Charles Steve Sewell, Management, Mansfield Calvin Seyfarth, Pharmacy, Natchez, Miss. Ronald Shelby, Accounting, Monroe Mary Shelton, Nursing, Springhill Threta Shultz, Sociology, Monroe John Sibley, Insurance, Bastrop Elizabeth Simpson, Social Studies, New Or- leans Steve Simpson, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tenn. Gwendolyn Singleton, Music, Winnsboro Beverly Smith, Home Ec., Delhi David Smith, Pharmacy, Arcadia Gregory Smith, Pharmacy, Crowley Joy Smith, Pharmacy, Kempwood Marc Smith, Pharmacy, Mt. Vernon, lll. Norene Smith, Business, Monroe Sandra Smith, Social Studies, Bossier City Vallarie Smith, Nursing, Monroe Diann Snow, Special Ed., Alexandria Anthony Soilrau, Pharmacy, Ville Platte Justine Soileau, Pharmacy, Port Barre Suzanne Soileau, Education, Ville Platte Kenneth Spear, Pharmacy, Monroe David Spears, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Elizabeth Spivey, Nursing, Ferriday Paul Stabb, Pharmacy, Springfield, Ill. Randy Stafford, Pharmacy, Franklinton Deborah Stinquest, Music, Monroe Tricia Sterling, Spanish, Springhill Charles Stewart, Pre-Med., Monroe Dana Stewart, H!P.E., Port Allen Toby Stewart, Government, W. Monroe Frank Suchy, Building Const., Monroe Melvin Swan, Music, Monroe Debra Sykes, Pharmacy Monroe Frank Sykes, Industrial Mgmt., Monroe Timothy Sykes, Law Ent, Monroe Larry Talley, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Leslie Tanner, Pharmacy, New Orleans Van Tassin, Pharmacy, Mansura Randolph Taylor, Pre-Med., Monroe Suzanne Taylor, Pharmacy, Haynesville Rod Tester, Pharmacy, lowa City, Iowa Freddie Theriot, General Business, Monroe Linda Thomas, Psychology, Bastrop Shirley Thomas, Lib. Arts, Cullen Evelyn Thompson, Pharmacy, Parks, Arkansas Rosia Tidwell, Elementary Education, Downs- ville Laura Tolbird, Home Ec., W. Monroe JoAnn Toliver, Pharmacy, Monroe Glenn Tranter, General Business, Northbrook lll. Sharon Tubre, Pharmacy, Alexandria Ada Lee Turner, Music, Greenville, Miss. Gloria Donna Turner, Home Ec., Ferriday Kay Turner, Elementary Ed., W. Monroe Keith Turner, Business Adm., Simmesport Lindsay T. Tycer, Biology, Amite Deloris Tyler, Accounting, Bastrop Gail Tyler, HXPE, Bossier City Jimmy Upton, Accounting, Delhi Janet Vaughan, Elementary Ed., Monroe Monnita Vick, Home Ec., Monroe Judy Vogt, Pharmacy, Ferriday Karl Vogt, Pharmacy, Venice, Fla. Stan Waldrop, Building Const., Amarillo, Tex. Carl Walker, Management, W. Monroe Frances Walker, Office Adm., Jena Greg Wallace, Industrial Mgmt., Baton Rouge Carla Walters, Nursing, Evadale, Tex. Daniel Walters, Management, Crowville Ken Wamsley, Management, Fairpax, Va. Eddie Ward, Law Ent, Monroe Sue Ward, Nursing, Monroe Edward Ware, Pharmacy, Natchez, Miss. . -ss 3 E - r B . be ,-' 'N . A Q- , F F ' 1 V ,, R D .Lxl 'H ' . . MN' RQM 2 at . A Qr Ili! fu ' . XS it .f'Qyfi' 'rl All I l' 'Q l . 37 'wt 'ry' f , ' U Q ...gn 4,15-. sf 4 ..! - MEM L EL. 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Carroll Wells, Social Studies, Monroe Thomas Wesner, Building Const., New Orleans Susan Wible, Speech, Monroe Richard Wiggins, Building Const., Shreveport Susan Wiley, Special Ed., Monroe Darlene Wilhite, Education, Downsville Henry Wilkins, Gen. Business, Tallulah Edward Willett, Psychology, Tallulah Annette Williams, Office Adm., Oak Ridge Judy Williams, Office Adm., Ethel, La. Marilyn Williams, Bus. Adm., Oak Ridge Virginia Williams, Lib. Arts, Bastrop Arlie Williamson, General Business, Bastrop George Williamson, Marketing, Pineville Sheila Williamson, Data Processing, Winns- boro Jerry Wilson, Social Studies, Trout Linda Wilson, Insurance, Shreveport Mary Wilson, H!P.E., New Orleans William Wilson, Law Enf., Bossier Cedric Windham, Management, Jena Nathan Winesberry, Social Studies, New Orleans Rhonda Womack, Education, Olla William Woodard, Pharmacy, Alexandria Roosevelt Wright, Lib. Arts, Monroe Jean Wyatt, H!P.E., Jena John Wyatt, Pharmacy, Paragould, Ark. Robert Wyche, Law Ent, Bossier ,J fl I I rv M' Xl, 1 X xx L, . W is L m . l I l r ,ff Y 1, .. .5-,E ,.! ,Q E : y.4.'- 1 l 1 in-s c. fx ' I pq Y ,Q - P1 1- , N.. . l' l t, ' .ga .,.' ' T . . .mi K' ' Q -, ,,'4lllll5 A 1" "Af" a n - .. 1332. 1. y, . , f , 5. rl W . t in ,, . ,. AN -as A ' W P 1 X C I . 'i 1,'5'2' Q ,. f l ". ..l ' ' N' -f .'. E5 51 17.4 l V L X A , Iv- 'VP' Lv , ' 'U . . T 7' . ' . Q - X . Vg, 1 . - , k K . l :SI my , l ff ' L' ' .H ' t l w. XJ, W XA' . l . wir : .. w- .- lu 1, Q 5' .E-Sf, 7 . lf.. , l -- 1. T x , 1. 3 'ij , t l . il , ' , Moses Alfaro, San Antonio, Tex. Claude Bailey, Monroe Michael Bell, Bastrop Mary Bernard, New Orleans Bruce Bond, Naneux, N.Y. Kwok Chan, Hong Kong Fen-Fen Chen, Tiaway . Jiin Chern, Taiwan Katheryn Crawford, W. Monroe Judy Dugan, Music, Osborne, Kansas Larry Eason, Clinical Counseling, Mansfield - Jiifn 'X f 1 fu ., tr Leroy Ennis, Baton Rouge ul la- tp ,Ml . t 2.1 . isnt. William Gaushell, Baton Rouge Jacquelyn Gray, Psychology, Tallulah Elizabeth Greenwood, Arnold, Missouri Janice Harrington, Winnsboro Robert Hill, Monroe Donna Hollis, Columbia Mei Huang, Taiwan Floyda Jones, Monroe Shui-Hsi Kao, Taiwan John Knesel, Ferriday James Kolb, Monroe Chumpon Kuentag, Thailand Prasert Kumanchan, Thailand Sunil Kumbar, New Delhi, India Victor Ledger, Monroe Che-Kong Lee, Hong Kong Su-Ping Lee, Hawaii Vivhai Lotrakul, Bankko Sidney Martin, Swartz Thomas Mitchell, English, Monroe Shelby Morton, Tallulah Jean Oldham, Pioneer Howard Sanderlin, Monroe Subhaschandra Saxena, Bombay, India James Singley, Monroe Connie Smith, Crossett, Ark. Mildred Swillie, Wisner Charles Swindle, Perryville Cynthia Tripp, Monroe James Tripp, Monroe Janet Turner, Simmesport Fiamaswamy Vijaya, India Becky Vogt, Monroe Bruce Wheeler, Physics, Marion John Zitmnn, New Orleans iii INDEX lfR?E? I 0 N ,.Q EXIT H XX-V' ,X X A Abington, Patricia, 289 Accardo, Sidney, 289 Aceves, Charles, 289 Acree, Martha, 289 Adams, Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Deborah, 289 Elizabeth, 312 Frederick, 166 Jan, 325 , John L., 336 John R., 336 Marvin, 312 Ty 289 Adcock, Arthur, 289 Adcock, David, 312 Adcock, Jeanette, 312 Adcock, Larry, 165, 312 Adcox, Steven, 325 Agent, Carolyn, 325 STUDE Babb, Ronald, 289 Backstrom, Lucy, 312 Baggarly, Linda, 173, 336 Bailey, Jo Ann, 336 Baines, Claude, 336 Bairnsfather, Susan, 289 Baker, Gene, 289 Baker, Gloria, 325 Baker, James, 151 Baker Keith, 148, 289 Baker Mary, 336 Baker Melvin, 289 Baker, Nadine, 289 Baker Robert 289 Agin, Pat, 205 Akin, Barbara, 312 Akin, Jacky, 61 Akin James, 289 Albritton, Kathy, 312 Albritton, Lajuana, 289 Albritton, Marie, 289 Albritton, Randy, 208, 336 Albritton, Reggie, 174, 175 Albus, Kathleen, 312 Alexander, Debbie, 336 Alford, Cynthia, 289 Alford, Marion, 312 Allbritton, Glenn, 289 Allbritton, Nelda, 336 Allen, Alex, 289 Allen, Dwight, 312 Allen, Linda, 147 Allen, Luster, 289 Allen, Lynn, 312 Allen, Martha, 336 Allen, Patricia, 312 Allen, Roxanne, 289 Allgood, Luther, 289 Allison, Richard, 289 Allman, Edwin, 336 Allred, Wanda, 312 Amaden, Joe, 336 Anders, Beberly, 312 Anderson, Allen, 289 Anderson, Deborah, 336 Anderson, Marsha, 156 Anderson, Smylie, 289 Anderson, Spencer, 289 Anderson, Terry, 289 Anderson, Theresa, 289 Anding, Mike, 168 Andries, Diane, 289 Anglin, Bill, 289 Anthony, Chris, 141 Arant, Wilma, 312 Arceneaux, Cathey, 336 Archer, Burt, 168 Archer, Pam, 312 Archie, Bennie, 68 Ardan, Chan, 161 Ardoin, Frank, 148, 325 Armstrong, Blount, 325 Armstrong, Brenda, 289 Armstrong, Faye, 289 Armstrong, Jo Ann, 289 Arnold, Joellyn, 289 Arnold, Vivian, 289 Baldwin, Evonne, 289 Bales, James, 289 Ball, Mary Jo, 289 Bamburg, Sally, 289 Bankester, Charles, 164 Bann, Peggy, 289 Banning, Mary, 289 Barbuto, Richard, 155 Barefield, Jerry, 336 Barefield, Kendall, 289 Bareswill, Rebecca, 289 Barham, Donna, 290 Barnes, Durwood, 290 Barnes, Joyce, 312 Barnes, Mary, 290 Barnes, Vicky, 171, 290 Barnett, Nancy, 312 Barr, Becky, 312 Barron, Kaye, 312 Barry, Steve, 325 Barton, Gary, 290 Barton, Stephanie, 290 Basco, Roger, 290 Bass, Ivan, 290 Bassett, Wicklynne, 336 Bates, Marilyn, 312 Bates, Pat, 107, 170, 312 Baucum, Robert, 312 Baudin, Neil, 336 Baum, Rodger, 325 Bawn, Peggy, 290 Bayless, Simpson, 325 Bazer, Robbie, 336 Beach, Donna, 312 Beadle, Robert, 290 Beam, Sammie, 173, 325 Beard, Lynn, 312 Beard, Phil, 168 Bearden, Donna, 312 Bearden, Steven, 290 Beasley, Colleen, 290 Beaugh, Cindy, 167, 325 Beck, Cindy, 325 Beckham, Nore, 290 Becnel, Dale, 168 Becnel, David, 325 Beene, Jerry, 336 Belding, Brad, 290 Belgard, Diane, 290 Bell, Amanda, 290 Bell, Charles, 207 Bell, Gloria, 325 Bell, Landa, 147, 325 Bell, Milton, 290 Bell, Patty, 312 Bell, Susan, 336 Bell, Willie, 312 Arnold, William, 336 Arnone, Sal, 336 Aronson, Joel, 336 Arpino, Tony, 155, 325 Arsaga, Russell, 336 Ashley, Bruce, 289 Asy, Melissa, 312 Aston, Roy, 289 Atkins, Tommy, 325 Attaway, James, 289 Aucoin, Terry, 195, 196, 336 Austin, David, 205, 325 Aymond, Neil, 312 Ayo, Karen, 312 Bellard, Mary, 165 Bencal, Richard, 336 Beninate, Paulette, 148 Benjamin, Bona, 173, 336 Benjamin, Michael, 168, 336 Benjamin, Justus, 290 Bennett, Deborah, 312 Bennett, Katherine, 290 Bennett, Stephen, 312 Bennett, Susan, 290 Benton, Johnnie, 312 Benton, Melvin, 336 Berlin, Belva, 312 Berlin, John, 290 Bernard, Stewart, 290 Bernhardt, John, 290 Berry, Annie, 312 Berteau, Jeff, 290 Bertonaschi, Gene, 336 Bertrand, Byron, 312 Besser, Waynette, 190, 325 Betanski, Frank, 152, 155 Bewick, Bob, 158 Bible, Bill, 325 Bible, Phillip, 162 Bice, Doug, 61, 325 Billings, Duane, 312 Birdwell, Joe, 168, 290 Bishop, Dianne, 290 Bishop, Elizabeth, 312 Bishop, Jo, 336 Bishop, Vebbie, 148, 290 Bison, Charles, 290 Bison, Jennette, 165, 172, 3 Bittick, Mary, 290 Black, Lisa, 325 Black, Vernon, 290 Blackburn, Mary, 290 Blackman, Judy, 290 Blackstock, Christa, 312 Blackwell, Charles, 290 Blades, Madeleine, 336 Blair, Darrell, 325 Blakes, Betty, 290 Blanche, Jack, 168 Blaney, James, 290 Blankenship, Betsy, 312 Blansett, James, 208 Bloodsaw, Vivian, 325 Blunt, Verna, 290 Board, Kenneth, 290 Bobo, Leona, 167, 312 Boddie, Wesley, 325 Boies, Mary, 325 Bolt, Charles, 312 Bolton, Beryl, 312 Bonfiglio, Bonnie, 290 Bonfiglio, Frank, 312 Bonicard, David, 107 Bonin, Dick, 162, 336 Bonomo, Debbie, 325 Bonsall, James, 290 Boone, Charlotte, 290 Booth, Thomas, 336 Boothe, Julia, 170, 325 Bordelon, Arlene, 336 Bostwick, Neal, 313 Bothwell, Vernon, 336 Bourgeois, Ronald, 336 Boudreaux, Paul, 313 Boughton, Grover, 313 Boulware, Gay, 166, 325 Bounds, Philip, 61 Bourg, Neysa, 290 Bourgeois, Debra, 290 Bowden, Kenneth, 325 Bowdon, Kirk, 313 Bowen, Gail, 290 Bowen, Jack, 336 Bowling, Dee, 336 Boyd, Helen, 290 Boyd, Janet, 290 Boyett, Brenda, 313 Boyte, Mary, 336 Bozeman, Nancy, 166, 290 Braddock, Nieda, 336 Bradford, Camellie, 313 Bradley, Joann, 325 Bradley, Jerrold, 208 Bradshaw, Judy, 291 Bragg, Debra, 313 Brakhage, Harold, 152 Braley, Kenneth, 336 Branch, Herbert, 162, 313 Brandt, Shirley, 325 Branham, Norlyn, 291 Branson, Tommy, 313 Brantley, Jimmy, 207, 336 Brantley, Karen, 291 Branton, Valerye, 313 Brasher, Mile, 172, 336 Breaux, Chervvyn, 336 Chisholm, David, 229 Breaux, Cindy, 336 Breaux, Tommy, 313 Brendle, David, 336 de la Bretonne, Thomas, 203 Brewer, Ginger, 173, 325 Brewster, Charles, 291 Brewlon, Mary, 167, 291 Brice, Sheryl, 313 Bridges, Henry, 337 Bridgwater, Susan, 175, 291 Briggs, Deborah, 291 Bright, Carolyn, 291 Bright, Reba, 313 Brill, Sheryl, 313 Bringol, Cheryl, 337 Bringol, Judith, 313 Brinson, Gary, 168 Britton, Jacqueline, 291 Brodnax, Gary, 291 Brogdon, Jack, 291 Brookreson, Toni, 337 Brooks, Jan, 291 Brooks, Judy, 313 Brooks, Karen, 337 Brooks, Kimberly, 291 Brooks, Richard, 155, 198, 337 Broussard, Edward, 337 Broussard, James, 291 Browder, Rodger, 337 Byrd, Pat, Byrd, San 147, 313 dra, 291 C Cadenhead, Thomas, 291 Cain, Danny, 325 Cherry, Jeane, 162 Chesteen, Diane, 107, 313 Cheung, Shek-Kay, 313 Chevalier, Robbie, 337 Chiasson, Katie, 313 Chiasson, Lawrence, 337 Childers, John, 326 Childers, Suzanne, 326 Cain, Grady, 291 Cain, John, 337 Caldwell Alice, 173, 337 Childress, Peter, 326 Chiocchi, Paula, 292 Caldwell, Doug, 146 Caldwell, Gay, 313 Caldwell, John, 152 Caldwell, J. B., 162 Calhoun, Beckie, 291 Calhoun, Jacklyn, 337 Calhoun, Linda, 325 Calhoun, Shelia, 291 Calloway, Anita, 291 Chisholm, Linda, 292 Chocklin, Rena, 313 Christian, Carol, 165, 292 Christian, Jimmy, 326 Christian, Kathryn, 292 Christman, Debbie, 170, 313 Cicero, John, 164, 337 Cisneros, Bob, 337 Clack, Carey, 162 Brown, Brown, Allen, 325 Cassandra, 325 Brown, Charmaine, 173, 325 Brown, Debbie, 325 Brown, Elnora, 325 Brown, Glenn, 168 Brown, Gwendolyn, 291 Brown, Brown, Brown, B rown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Jane, 162, 208 Jim, 68, 337 Joe, 164, 325 Kenneth, 162 Linda, 337 Mary, 313 Paula, 291 Brown, Philip, 68 Brown, Brown, Brown, Bruno, Shelia, 291 Vicky, 325 Wanda, 313, 325 Curtis, 313 Brunson, Steven, 325 Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Betty, 337 Debra, 325 Edwin, 313 Kathy, 313 Bryant, Beth, 148 Calloway, Terry, 313 Calton, Donna, 204, 337 Cambre, Joseph, 337 Campbell, George, 325 Campbell, Gretchen, 291 Cancienne, Camille, 207, 337 Cangelosi, Joseph, 337 Cann, Rosie, 337 Cannon, Carol, 337 Cannon, Kay, 173, 337 Canterbury, Michelle, 391 Canterbury, Trish, 313 Cantrell, Thonda, 291 Capaldi, Donna, 291 Capdau, Marla, 291 Caples, Joyce, 313 Cappello, Angela, 326 Cappello, Marc, 313 Caraway, Cynthia, 291 Cardella, Joe, 291 Carol, Butch, 158 Carpenter, Christy, 291 Carpenter, James, 337 Carpenter, Judy, 325 Carpenter, Kaye, 337 Carr, James, 291 Carr, Steve, 313 Carrier, Beverly, 291 Carrington, Bruce, 313 Carroll, Lanette, 326 Carroll, Oliver, 152, 337 Carson, Judith, 292 Carter, Barbara, 313 Carter, Billy, 203, 313 Clack, Ju lia, 292 Clark, Linda, 190, 292 Clark, Margaret, 292 Clark, Pearl, 292 Clarke, Alan, 203 Clausen, Bill, 155, 313 Clay, Freddie, 292 Clay, Susie, 326 Clifton, Lillie, 337 Bryant, Keith, 291 Buchanan, Judy, 291 Buck, Johnny, 291 Buffington, Willie, 337 Bull, Hohn, 168, 337 Carter, James, 172, 325 Carter, Janice, 337 Carter, Joyce, 313 Carter, Tommy, 72 Carter, Vickie, 292 Cloninger, Eileen, 166, 313 Cloninger, Ruth, 166 Cloutier, Frank, 162, 326 Cloutier, Nora, 326 Cochran, Susan, 339 Cockerham, Lynn, 326 Cockreel, Linda, 165 Cockran, Suzanne, 326 Coe, Vickie, 292 Coker, Cathy, 292 Cole, Adrienne, 338 Cole, Gretchen, 314 Cole, Susan, 292 Coleman, Deborah, 314 Coleman, Edward, 326 Coleman, Jerry, 338 Coleman, John, 292 Coleman, Mike, 335 Coleman, John, 292 Coleman, Vivian, 338 Collins, Licille, 292 Collins, Dan, 164 Collins, Debra, 292 Collins, Randy, 292 Collura, Joe, 338 Colvard, Carolyn, 171, 292 Colvin, Cathy, 314 Colvin, Jay, 292 Colvin, Mike, 208, 292 Colvin, Bill, 168 Bullock, Gregg, 337 Bullock, Marilyn, 291 Burch, Michael, 337 Burgess, Dianne, 291 Burgess, Regina, 148 Burgess, Vickye, 337 Burgess, William, 337 Burk, De-De, 199, 325 Burke, Jacky, 313 Burkhalter, Joe 291 Burley, Judy, 291 Burnaman, Becky, 291 Burnaman, Reginald, 291 Burnham, Dorie, 165, 313 Burns, Anne, 291 Burns, Chris, 63 Burns, Hohnny, 203 Burns, Robert, 337 Burrell, Larry, 203, 313 Burrell, Roy, 325 Burrell, Shirley, 313 Burroughs, Frank, 337 Burrou hs Julie 325 Cartwright, Finley, 141, 337 Caruthers, Teresa, 292 Cassell, Deleste, 326 Castillow, Denise, 326 Cerda, Jim, 68 Chambless, Ellis, 337 Chambless, Flicky, 292 Chan, Hing Wai, 616, 292 Chan, Kwok Ching, 161 Chan, Lai Chun, 337 Chan, Ngan Woo, 289 Chandier, Bobby, 292 Chandler, Judy, 292 Chang, Siu Pui, 313 Comeaux, Kermit, 292 Comeaux, Nanette, 326 Conley, Becky, 314 Conrad, Cynthia, 292 Chapman, Arden, 292 Chapman amy, 313 Chapman, Deborah, 337 Chapman, Diane, 205, 292 Chapman, Judy, 205 Chapman, Joel, 326 Chapman, Monte, 325 Chapman Nancy 292 Chapman: Terri, 292 Q , , Busby, Carol, 291 Butcher, Janet, 313 Butler, Clyde, 337 Butler, George, 291 Butler, Malcolm, 291 Butler, Ronald, 291 Butler Vergie 147 Buns, 'Alfred, asv Byers, Peggy, 204 Chappell, James, 326 Chase, Deborah, 292 Chatelain, Sharon, 326 Chatham, Sharon, 326 Cheek, Dale, 166, 326 Cheek, Malcolm, 158, 313 Chen, Ruey Yuh, 158, 292 Chen, Wai Lok, 161, 292 Cherry, Chris, 155 Conroy, Terry, 314 Cook, Cindy, 314 Cook, David, 326 Cook, David, 162 Cook, Debbie, 292 Cook, Dianne, 326 D Davis, Emma, 314 Davis, Frank, 293 Davis, Gloria, 338 Davis, Jacqueline, 293 Davis, James, 314 Davis, Joey, 168 Davis, Karl, 314 Davis, Marie, 338 Davis, Marilyn, 293 Davis, Maxine, 293 Davis, Nancy, 326 Davis, Randall, 293 Davison, Glen, 158 Day, Bema, 314 Day, Qfnthia, 338 Day, David, 314 Day, Debbie, 326 Day, Stanley, 293 Ferris, Alice, 339 ' Day, Linda, 338 Dayton, Dianna, 314 De Ville, Janet, 326 Deal, Edward, 326 Deal, Sandra, 171, 314 Dean, Barbara, 293 Dean, David, 293 Dean, Jimmy, 61 Dean, Polly, 293 Dearman, Phyllis, 293 Debarbieris, Don, 326 Deblieux, Cindy, 148, 293 Decker, Dana, 293 Decker, James, 162, 338 Defee, Judy, 142, 156, 327 Dejong, Keith, 63 Delabretonne, Thomas, 338 Delancy, Gwendolyn, 293 Deland, Debbie, 293 Delcambre, Patrice, 327 Duhon, Dwayne, 327 Dumas, Benny, 294 Dumas, Jann, 327 Dumas, Richard, 338 Dumas , Sharon, 327 Dunbar, Theresa, 294 Duncan, Barbara, 315 Duncan, Sara, 338 Dunn, Ammie, 294 Dunn, Kenneth, 294 Dunn, Mellodie, 294 Dunn, Richard, 294 Dunn, Seburn, 294 Fant, Lynn, 315 Farish, Mike, 327 Farmer, Katharine, 327 Farmer, Shelda, 294 Farr, Douglass, 72 Farris, Bo, 168 Fashho, Karim, 161, 327 Faught, Dana, 339 Favalora, Larry 162, 339 Feaugua, Marlene, 294 Feinberg, Dorothy, 294 Fell, Glenn, 175 Fellers, Paul, 61 William, 158 Deloach, David, 155 Deloach, Delores, 293 Deloach , Tommy, 314 Demoss, Janet, 293 Denning, Earl, 338 Denning, Kay, 338 Denny, Ronnie, 327 Den n. Joe. 162. 208 so Denton, Dan, 158, 293 Denton, Michael, 293 Desoto, Lynn, 338 Destefano, George, 293 Devine, Beverly, 314, 171 Dew, Charolette, 165 Dickerson, Dicky, 327 Diedrich, Beth, 206, 338 Dillahun ty, Nancy, 314 Dillon, Peggy, 327 Dinger, Dinger, Dobard, Doheny, Edward, 314 Linda, 293 Barbara, 314 Janet, 293 Doise, Dana, 314 Doland, Dianne, 293 Doles, Debbie, 206 Doles, Glenda, 327 Dollar, Pamela, 293 Domeng eaux, David, 327 Domigues, Ted, 155, 338 Domingues, Ted, 314 Domingues, William, 327 Donahoe, Gordon, 314 Donahue, Deborah, 314 Donald, Marilyn, 327 Dopson, Jay, 327 Dopson, Margery, 338 Doran, Debby, 293 Dorman, Wes, 162, 314 Dorsey, Bessie, 164, 338 Dosher, Dennis, 314 Dosher, Donna, 172 Dosher, Mary, 174 Dotson, Gordon, 314 Doucet, Ricky, 338 Doucet, James, 327 Doucet Randall, 293 Doughty, Kathryn, 327 Douglas, Kris, 167, 314 Douglass, Sarah, 327, 173 Dowden, Jerry, 315 Dowden, Susan, 338 Dunn, Willie Mae, 327 Dunnings, Sharon, 338 Dupree, John, 338 Dupree, Martha, 315 Durbin, Janice, 327 Durden, Kenneth, 315 Durrett, Virginia, 338 Duval, Billy, 315 Dwyer, Alicia, 294 Dykes, Curtis, 155, 338 E Ealy, Linda, 315 Easker, Janice, 327 Eason, Larry, 140, 147 Easte, David, 294 Eaves, Dewey, 339 Ebarb, Susan, 167, 327 Eckard, Linda, 327 Edmonds, Sylvia, 156, 315 Edwards, Emma, 294 Edwards, Marian, 327 Egnor, Carol, 294 Ehrlinspiel, Michael, 315 Eickholt, Theodore, 155 Ekle, Bonnie, 315 Elbert, Alan, 294 Eley, Hugh, 339 Elledge, Effylea, 327 Ellen, Scott, 294 Ellerbe, Judi, 138, 139, 339 Elliott, Pamela, 315 Ellingburg, Sarah, 327 Ellis, Cathy, 327 Ellis, Patricia, 315 Elrod, Peggy, 315 Elrod, Rodney, 294 Elston, Clark, 327 Elzy, Diannia, 294 Emmons, Dena, 294 Emmons, Jennifer, 315 Emory, Edwin, 294 Endsley, Mike, 294 Enlow, Malcolm, 339 Ensminger, Bobby, 162 Ensminger, Reginald, 339 Epes, Vicki, 327 Ernest, Robert, 294 Ernst, Frank, 339 Ervine, John, 151, 315 Estep, Charles, 166 Etier, Frank, 327 Eubanks, Kenneth, 294 Eubanks, Susan, 315 Evangelista, Lewis, 327 Ferguson, Gary, 162, 327 Ferguson Keith, 294 Ferguson Mary, 339 Ferguson Lois, 173 Ferguson Nona, 294 Ferguson Randall 294 Ferris, Ralph, 162, 327 Ferriss, Jacquelyn, 294 Festavan, Yvonne, 294 Files, Carolyn, 315 Finch, Marshall, 294 Finch, Robert, 203, 327 Fincher, Charlotta, 167, 315 Fincher, Jenny Sue, 294 Fink, Stanley, 203 Finklea, Pamela, 315 Finley, Marleen, 171, 315 Firmin, Glenda, 294 Firmin, Marlene, 173, 339 Fisher, Francis, 294 Fisher, George, 162, 327 Fisher Johnny 315 Flanagan, Becky, 167, 294 Fletcher, Melvin, 294 Fletcher, William, 295 Flory, Brenda, 339 Fly, Nancy, 142, 315 Flynn, Charles, 295 Flynn, Jim, 162 Flynn, Mary, 315 Flynn, Lynell, 167, 171 Fok, Yau Wai, 161, 295 Foley, Robert, 339 Folks, Gary, 168, 339 Folmar, Susan, 295 Fontenot, Carl, 339 Fontenot, Herman, 315 Fontenot, Jeffery, 339 Fontenot, Myra, 295 Fontenot, Randall, 295 Ford, Danny, 164, 339 Ford, Janet, 141 Fordham, Jimmy, 295 Fordham, Wendell, 174, 175 Foshee, David, 295 Foster, Annie, 327 Foster, Eugenia, 295 Foster, Jan, 315 Foster, John, 155, 339 Foster, Lavenia, 315 Foster Mark, 61 Foster, Mary, 163 Foster, Michael, 315 Foster Myra, 315 Foster, Phyllis, 156 Foster, Thomas, 295 Foster, Timothy, 140, 295 Foster, Dowdy, Thomas, 338 Downey, Ernest, 164, 338 Drake, Gregg, 327 Drake, Maria, 315 Draper, Karen, 338 Draper, Krist, 141 Driskill, Terry, 172, 294 Driver, Robert, 315 Dronet, Keith, 338 Drumgole, Faye, 294 Duchesne, Cathy, 294 Duchesne, Deborah, 294 Ducote, Donny, 148 Ducote, Linda, 327 Ducote, William, 294 Duell, Miriam, 204 Dufour, Diane, 315 Dufrene, Kenneth, 338 Dufrene, Thomas, 327 Duggins, Susan, 171, 294 Evans, Carl, 294 Evans, Edward, 339 Evans, Kathleen, 339 Evans, Lisa, 294 Evans, Pearline, 294 Evans, Ralph, 172 Evans, Ricky, 315 Evans, Susan, 315 Ezell, Patricia, 294 F Faciane, Denise, 315 Fair, Denise, 294 Fairbanks, Johnson, 339 Fairley, Deanne, 327, 165 Dalcone, Wayne 140, 168, 339 Faler, James, 339 Foster, William R., 158 Fournel, Patricia, 295 Fowler, Anita, 167, 315 Fowler, William, 339 Foy, Cathy, 295 Franklin, Carol, 327 Franklin, Janell, 295 Franklin, Michelle, 315 Franlin, William, 156 Franks, Watson, 295 Frantom, Karen, 315 Fraychinaud, Diane, 295 Frazier, Karen, 295 Fread, Sandy, 295 Frederick, Terry, 339 Frederickson, Richard, 295 Freeland, John, 339 Freeman, David, 295 Freeman, Teresa, 295 Gabriel, Chris, 327 Freeman, Judy, 295 French, Michael, 162, 339 French, Margie, 315 Fridge, Ann, 295 Fried, Phillip, 152 Friemel, Charles, 327 Friemel, Cheryl, 315 Fritz, James, 152, 339 Fritz, John, 339 Fritz, Manuela, 339 Frost, Dixie, 327 Fryday, Brian, 339 Frye, Dawn, 327 Fuger, Larry, 339 Fuglaar, Kathrine, 339 Fulco, David, 339 Fuller, Danny, 339 Fuller, Patricia, 315 Fulton, Dan, 339 Fulper, Laura, 171, 205, 327 Fundis, William, 339 Furlough, Andy, 315 Futayyeh, Sabah, 339 Futch, Karen, 295 Futch, Marianne, 156, 339 G Gaddis, Carla, 165, 327 Gage, Roger, 339 Gaharan, Donald, 295 Gaines, Peggy, 328 Galasso, Gary, 151, 152, 339 Galberth, Loretta, 295 Galland, Tom, 207 Galloway, Helen, 315 Ganey, Tanya, 170, 315 Gannaway, Judith, 339 Garay, Jose, 328 Gardner, David, 315 Gardner, Susan, 328 Garner, Rita, 315 Garrett, John, 295 Garrett, Judy, 339 Garrie, Robert, 295 Garris, Jerri, 339 Gaske, Gwen, 315 Gassenberger, Earl, 339 Gaston, Donna, 295 Gaumnitz, Cathy, 315 Gauthier, Barbara, 167, 328 Gauthier, Byron, 328 Gauthier, Hilda, 295 Gay, William, 315 Gaylor, Carol, 295 Gebhardt, Cath, 170 Gee, Don, 295 Gee, Peggy, 339 George, Gayle, 328 George, Rebecca, 328 Gianforte, James, 315 Glorioso, Patricia, 295 Glover, Melodie, 316 Goeders, Pete, 340 Goertz, Michael, 163, 295 Goleman, Martile, 295 Goode, Paul, 295 Goode, Sharon, 295 Goodwin, Deborah, 328 Goodwin, Richard, 295 Gordon, Doug, 328 Gordon, Fred, 68 Gordy, Donald, 340 Gore, Johnny, 328 Gorman, Thomas, 203, 340 Gorsage, Betty, 340 Gorsage, Micky, 158, 340 Gory, Nancie, 340 Gosch, Patricia, 316 Goosein, Alain, 166 Goosein, Aline, 340 Goudig, Dale, 295 Gould, Laura, 316 Gourgues, Shannon, 295 Govang, Fran, 199 Govang, Nancy, 328, 204 Gow, Gwen, 328 Gowan, Gary, 295 Graham, Gwinartic, 316 Grant, Christine, 295 Grant, Francis, 296 Grantham, Terri, 166, 328 Grappe, Charlotte, 296 Graugnard, Joyce, 328 Graves, Cynthia, 296 Graves, Ladonna, 174, 175 Graves, Melissa, 174, 175 Graves, Patty, 296 Gray, Doris, 316 Gray, James, 328 Guillory, Stan, 340 Guillory, Willis, 340 Guillot, Ann, 328 Guillot, Stephanie, 316 Guillot, Susan, 296 Guillote, Mary, 296 Gunn, Lawanna, 340 Gunter, Janet, 165 Gunter, Melisse, 296 Gurley, Colleen, 173, 207, 340 Gusko, William, 296 Guthrie, Rita, 316 Guy, Rod, 296 H Haddox, Charles, 198 Haddox, Margaret, 316 Haddox, William, 328 Hale, Carolyn, 340 Hale, Timothy, 316 Haley, Archie, 328 Hall, Booker, 196, 197, 199 Hall, Kerney, 296 Hall, Francis, 173, 340 Hall, Jean, 316 Hall, Joseph, 340 Hall, Nigel, 165, 296 Hall, Pike, 296 Gray, G ray, G ray, G ray Pamela, 296 Robert, 296 Stephen, 296 Thomas 328 Grayson, Jerry, 296 Green Green Green Green , Audrey, 340 , Francis, 340 , Ginger, 296 Patricia, 340 Green, Paula, 328 Green, Roger, 296 Green, Sandy, 316 Green, Teresa, 340 Green, Terri, 205 Green, Timothy, 340 Green, Vicki, 175 Gibson, Harry, 339 Gibson Henry, 328 Gilbert, Marcia, 295 Gilbert, Robert, 295 Gilbert, Sally, 340 Gilbert, Walter, 328 Gilbert, Wanda, 165 Gill, Beverly, 340, 156 Gilland, Kathy, 316 Gilliam, Betsy, 328 Gilliland, Mary, 295 Gillpatrick, Delores, 340 Gilmore, Jerry, 316 Gilmore, Phyllis, 205, 340 Gilmore, Rita, 316 Giltner, William, 328 Ginn, Paul, 340 Gipson, Carolyn, 316 Gipson, Diann, 316 Gipson, Ledell, 340 Givens, Margie, 295 Gladden, Susan, 295 Gladney, Pat, 68 Glaser, Juliann, 76, 316 Glasgow, Hugh, 316 Glaze, Glenda, 316 Glezen, Sharon, 295 Greene, Kerry, 296 Greenlee, Ed, 72 Greenlee, Jim, 164 Greenwood, Beth, 166 Greer, Linda, 328 Greer, Nancy, 316 Greer, Sammie, 328 Gregg, Lorraine, 316 Gregg, Rick, 203, 340 Gregorio, Rosetta, 316 Gregory, Bobbie, 340 Gregory, Georgia, 296 Gregory, Juan, 328 Gremillion, Debbie, 316 Grimes, Patricia, 296 Griese, Herman, 328 Griffin, Carolyn, 296 Griggs, Phillip, 296 Grimes, Gail, 316 Grisoli, Mini, 296 Groff, Dorothy, 296 Groseclose, Bob, 76 Gros, Dennis, 198, 340 Gross, Steve, 68 Grover, Patricia, 316 Groves, Gary, 296 Grubb, Cynthia, 173, 340 Grubb, Thomas, 296 Guardina, Pamela, 296 Guarisco, Angela, 328 Guedry, John, 168, 340 Guichard, Darek, 316 Guidry, Marvin, 296 Guidry, Russell, 340 Guillory, Beckie, 266 Guillory, Linda, 172, 328 Hall, Raymond, 296 Hallak, lshag, 161, 328 Hall, Ruby, 296 Halley, Ann, 200, 340 Halter, Donald, 164 Ham, Altheia, 328 Hamby, Debra, 328 Hamilton, Daria, 340 Hamilton, Joe, 340 Hamm, Robert, 296 Hammett, Donald, 328 Hammett, Donna, 328 Hammett, Ronald, 328 Hammonds, Patsy, 107, 328 Hammons, Francis, 328 Hammons, Joan, 296 Hammons, John, 138, 340 Hammons, Lou, 148, 328 Hammons, Sue, 296 Hanks, Rand, 154, 168, 340 Hanna, Billy, 61 Hanna, Deborah, 296 Hanson, Bill, 340 Harbuck, Francis, 206 Harden, Clara, 204, 316 Hardey, Lynn, 316 Hardy, Beverly, 328 Hardy, Linda, 170, 340 Harkins, Kathy, 156, 296 Harkness, William, 340 Harmon, Cynthia, 316 Hamer, Debra, 296 Harp, Cecil, 340 Harper, Paul, 296 Harper, James, 152 Harper, Kennith, 340 Harrell, Harrell, Harrell, Harrell Harrell, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Donna, 173, 207, 340 Janice, 296 Leo, 296 Linda, 296 Regina, 340 Debra, 296, 328 Donna, 316 Glenda, 328 Lawrence, 296 Ola Bell, 340 Harrison, Peter, 163 Harrison, Bruce, 316 Hart. Kennith, 341 Hart, Mark, 68 Hart, Michael, 296 Hart, Susan, 171, 296 Hartman, Patti, 328 Harts, Terry, 316 Hanlille, Carolyn, 341 Haslauer, Maxine, 341 Hasten, Michael, 328 Hatcher, Larice, 316 Hatfield, Keith, 168, 341 Hathorn, Ray, 341 Hatten, Deborah, 341 Hattin, Rosalyn, 296 Hawkins, Mary, 156, 203, 341 Hawkins, Patricia, 328 Hawthorne, Bradley, 297 Hawthorne, Joy, 173, 205, 20 Hayden, Thomas, 328 Haye, Teressa, 316 Hayes, Debra, 316, 341 Hayes, Florencetta, 297 Hayes, James, 297 Haygood, Deborah, 297 Haynes, Alice, 341 Haynes, Libby, 297 Haynes, Gayle, 174, 175 Haynes, Kathleen, 316 Haynes, Shirley, 341 Hays, James, 328 Hays, Terry, 341 Hayward, Karen, 316 Heard, Hillary, 316 Heard, James, 341 Hearne, Marty, 203, 297 Hearne, Phillip, 297 Hearnesberger, Ronald, 329 Heath, Roy, 329 Hebert, Barbara, 341 Hebert, Dianna, 329 Hebert, Jeanne, 297 Hebert, Vivian, 206, 329 Hedrick, Steven, 297 McQullar, Hegwood, 341 Heins, Leslie, 297 Helgason, Sandy, 297 Hemphill, Rhoda, 297 Henderson, Abraham, 316 Henderson, Connie, 167, 297 Henderson Dinah, 341 Henderson Lena, 329 Henderson Linda, 341 Henderson Lionell, 316 Henderson, Marjorie, 316 Henderson, Raye, 297 Henderson Sophie 297 Hendricks, Allen, 329 Hendricks, Rick, 297 Hendrick, Marsalle, 175 Henne, Rhoda, 297 Henry, Bill, 316 Henry, Phillip, 341 Hensley, Betty, 341 Henson, Mary, 297 Herchenhahn, Marilyn, 170 Herlevic, Teresa, 328 Hermann, Deborah, 172, 316 Hermann, Scotty, 316 Hermes, Vicki, 166, 297 7, 341 Hernandez, Israel, 329 Hernandez, Jacqueline, 167, 329 Hernendez, James, 341 Hernendez, Elaine, 297 Hernandez, Vicki, 297 Herren, Jeffery, 297 Herring, Debbie, 297 Herring, Margaret, 297 Herring, Mary, 297 Herrington, Donald, 297 Hester, Colleen, 341 Hibbard, Roxznne, 297 Hice, Kathleen, 316 Hickman, Judy, 297 Hickman, Mary, 316 Hicks, Deborah, 329 Higginbotham, Barbara, 191 Higginbotham, Rodney, 329 Hightower, Dennis, 329 Hightower, Fred, 297 Hilburn, Annette, 165, 317 Hildenbrand, John, 168 Hilker, Howard, 317 Hilker, Teresa, 297 Hill, Carolyn, 297 Hill, June, 329 Hill, Jocelyn, 341 Hill, Lewis, 297 Hill, Rhonda, 297 Hiller, Janet, 171, 297 Hillman, Harry, 317 Hillman, Randy, 162 Hilton, Jessie, 341 Hinckley, Susan, 297 Hindmon, William, 341 Hines, Preston, 341 Hines, Thomas, 297 Hinton, Carolyn, 167, 329 Hinton, Kathy, 329 Hitt, Ricky, 297 Hixon, Barbara, 317 Ho, Joseph, 162 Hobbs, Marion, 297 Hodge, Jerry, 297 Hodgkins, Charles, 341 Hodgkins, Vicki, 341 Hoffpauir, Johnny, 329 Holbrook, Pauline, 317 Holden, Carolyn, 297 Holeyfield, Michael, 204, 317 Holland, Frank, 168, 341 Holland, Jimmy, 297 Holland, Vickie, 173, 341 Holleman, Deborah, 297 Holley, Don, 297 Holliday, Mary, 317 Hollier, Bobby, 341 Hollier, Michael, 317 Hollingsworth, Ann, 297 Hollis, James, 341 Holloway, Bette, 341 Holloway, Gail, 297 Holmes, Martha, 173, 341 Holstead, Robin, 317 Holt, Mary, 297 Holt, Patrick, 317 Honeycutt, Kenneth, 297 Honeycutt, William, 329 Hood, Lonnie, 162 Hooker, Barbara, 317 Hooker, Linda, 341 Hooper, Robert, 341 Hopkins, Maribelle, 341 Horn, Cynthia, 297 Hornesby, Debra, 329 Hote, Darryl, 207, 341 Hounsell, Liz, 329 Hovarter, Shirley, 329 Howard, Camille, 317 Howard, Frank, 341 Howard, Stephen, 203, 341 Howerton, Marquerite, 341 Howie, Ann, 329 Hoyt, Don, 341 Hubbard, Kathryn, 317 Hudgings, Carole, 341 Hudnall, Judy, 165 Hudson, Jan, 317 Hudson, Richard, 317 Hudspeth, Thomas, 155, 207, 341 Huff, Ronnie, 317 Huff, Tommy, 61 Huffman, James, 341 Hughes, Jan, 329 Hughes, Rusty, 329 Hughes, Terry, 317 Humble, Joe, 329 Humphrey, Grace, 329 Humphery, Wallace, 329 Humphries, Lydell, 317 Humphries, Sherrie, 317 Hunter, John, 162, 168, 208 Hunter, John, 341 Hurley, Derris, 168 Hurst, William, 329 Hutchins, John, 164, 329 Hutchins, Steve, 171, 205, 329 Hutchinson, Lizabeth, 163 Hutson, Brenda, 317 Hude, Diana, 329 Hyde, Leotis, 317 ldiong, Benjamin 161, 317 lnman, Frank, 168, 207, 341 Inzina, Kay, 341 lrby, Susan, 329 lvey, Paul, 341 Isbell, Donna, 298 Isbell, Janet, 167 Isca, Andrew, 203 Ivy, Gary, 158 J Jackson, Donna, 329 Jackson, Dorothy, 298 Jackson, Glinda, 298 Jackson Gloria 298 Jacksoni Joan, ,342 Jackson, Judy, 298 Jackson, Karen, 329 Jackson, Pat, 317 Jackson, Rosie, 298 Jackson, Stephanie, 298 Jackson Steve, 298 Jackson: Thomas, 298 James, Cathe, 329 James, Janice, 298 James, Ruby, 317 James, Ruby, 317 Jean, Ruby, 317 Jean, Linda, 329, 172 Jefferson, Daisy, 298 Jefferson, Lila, 317 Jenkins, Ella, 298 Jenkins, Herman, 298 Jenkins, Mark, 329 Jenkins, Elaine, 317, 164 Jenkins, Shirley, 298 Jenkins, Sion, 298 Jenkins, William, 298 Jenkins Kathy 298 Jernigan, Michael, 298 Jobe, Janet, 298 Joffrion, Bennett, 298 Johnson, Andrew, 298 Johnson, Ann, 342 Johnson, Anthony, 298 Johnson, Barbara, 298 Johnson, Charlotte, 298 Johnson, Cheryl, 317 Johnson David, 164 Johnson Deborah, 298 Johnson, Gene, 298 Johnson Gwendolyn, 317 Johnson Janis, 298 Johnson John, 342 Johnson John C., 317 Johnson, John R., 298 Johnson, Josh, 329 Johnson Judy, 317, 171 Johnson Ken, 342 Johnson L. D., 162 Johnson Leroy, 298 Johnson Linda, 329 Johnson Lydia, 342 Johnson Martha, 298 Johnson Mary, 298 Johnson, Jary Jo, 329 Johnson, Mitchell, 298 Johnson, Monica, 298 Johnson, Myrtle, 317 Johnson, Rosie, 342 Johnson, Tommy, 342 Johnston, Donald, 317 Johnston, Jamie, 329 Johnston, Michael, 174, 175 Johnston, Pat, 298 Joiner, George, 342 Joiner, Patricia, 329 Joiner, Keith, 342 Jones, Candy, 317 Jones, Catherine Jones, Deborah, 298 Jones, Delilah, 342 Jones, Dennis, 317 Jones, Douglas, 342 Jones, Emma, 299 Jones, Floyda, 350 Jones, Genevia, 342 Jones, Glynn, 299 Jones, Janice, 317, 204 Jones, Jerry, 342, 175, 207 Jones, John, 299 Jones, Marcus, 299 Jones, Marilyn, 299 Jones, Peggy, 174, 175 Jones, Sharon, 299 Jones, Susan, 317 Jones Terry 317 Jopiinig, Betty, 317 Jordan, Kathryn, 342 Jordan, Vicki, 317 Jowers, Ben, 317 Jowers, Russell, 329 Joy, Jack, 299 Jue, Margaret, 317 K Kao, Shui-Hsi, 50 Keahey, Robert, 329 Keeler, John, 299 Keith, Sharon, 107 Keller, Ann, 299 Keller, John, 329, 172 Keller, Tom, 342 Kelley, Julia, 299 Kelsoe, Jackie, 329, 148 Kemp, Allen, 317 Kemp, Bernice, 342, 166 Kemp, Debra, 299 Kemp, Ronald, 342 Kendrick, Sarah, 299 Kennedy, Marilyn, 299 Kennedy, Mark, 342 Kennedy, Robert, 317 Kenney, James, 342 Kern, Jan, 329 Kern, Susan, 299 Kester, Mary, 342 Kethley, Paul, 329 Key, Jerry, 329 Keys, Jefferia, 299 Kilcoyne, Marian, 299, 171 Killcrease, Charlotte, 299 Killingsworth, Gary, 299 Kilpatrick, Sally, 342 Kilpatrick, Stephen, 299 Kimball, Carol, 342, 207 Kimball, James, 330 Kincaid, Carol, 162, 299 King, David, T., 342 King, David, 163 King, Gloria Dean, 299 King, Gloria, E., 299 King, Harold, 299 Lan, Kuen Kwong, 161 Lambert, James, 299 Lancaster, James, 342 Lanclos, Dianne, 318 Lanclos, Pat, 330 Landrum, Todd, 330, 146, 155 Landry, Jack, 299 Landry, Janis, 330, 173 Landry, Roger Dale, 68 Landry, Stephen, 299 Lane, Gay Nell, 299 Langley, Debra, 171 Langley, Anelizue, 299 Langley, William, 299 Lantier, Suzette, 318 Lantz, Marilyn, 299 Larrieu, Cheryl, 299 Larson, Melissa, 299 Laster, Bobby, 330 Lastowsky, Eileen, 330 Lasuzzo, Skeeter, 163 Lasuzzo, Susan, 206 Lasuzzo, Michael, 299 Lattier, Donna, 299 Laughlin, Karen, 165 Laughlin, Michael, 299 Lavo, Susan, 318 Lawrence, Donna, 165 Lawrence, Richard, 342 Lawrence, Susan, 299 Law, Phillip, 161 Laws, Pat, 330 Laws, Catherine, 342 Leach, Marilyn, 300 Leake, Buddy, 342 Leblanc, Cynthia, 300 Leblue, Tom, 330 Leboef, Michael, 300 Lebreton, Linda, 342, 154 Lebrun, Gloria, 342 Lebrun, Kathryn, 318 Lecompte, Sandra, 330 Lecoq, David, 318 Ledet, Debby, 342 Ledger, Victor, 342, 350 Ledlow, Lewis, 342 Ledouz, Joy, 300 Lindle, Laura, 318 Lindow, Ginger, 318, 141 Lindsey, Sarah, 330 Lingo, Karen, 330 Linzy, Rosie, 300 Lishman, Betty, 318 Little, Brenda, 204 Little, John, 203 Little, Neal, 300 Little, Sarah, 300 Little, Vaun, 318 Livingston, Mary, 300 Lobaugh, Sue, 342, 156 Loche, Diane, 300 Lockard, Doris, 300 Lockett, Bill, 155 Lockwood, Stella, 318 Loftin, Jerry, 168, 154 Loftin, Michael, 300 Logan, Gladys, 300 Logue, Henry, 300 Lohnes, Malcolm, 300 Lok, Suzanne, 318 Lolley, Katherine, 147 Long, Vallie, 343, 173 Lopez, Alden, 318 Lorenz, Belinda, 318 Lotrakul, Vichai, 350 Lott, Rosemary, 300 Lovell, Karen, 318, 171, 141 Lovett, Bobby Jo, 167 Loviza, Debbie, 343 Lowe, Steve, 300 Lowe, Terrie, 343 Lowery, Janet, 330 Lowery, Jerry, 164 Loyd, Barbara, 300 Loyd, Toinette, 318 Loyless, James, 330 Maisano, John, 301 Malone, Francis, 301 Malone, Jim, 330 Lee King, Linda, 318 King, Peggy, 330 King, Rita, 330 Kinnaird, William, 299 Kirby, David, 342, 205 Kirby, Keith, 342, 204 Kirchem, Edgar, 342 Kirkham, Constance, 299 Kirkland, Susan, 318 Kirtland, Robert, 299 Kizer, Lynda, 299 Klein, Eddie, 342, 168 Klump, Preston, 342 Knesel, John, 350 Knichel, Raymond, 342 Knight, Jimmie, 342 Knight, Karen, 342, 149 Knight, Rusty, 330 Knights, Sarah, 206 Knoules, Deborah, 299 Koder, Darice, 318 Kolb, James, 350 Lee Alan, 300 Lee, Anita, 300 Lee Che-Kong, 161, 350 Lee David, 300 Lee Kay, 330 Lee Eugene, 300 Lee Eugenia, 318 Lee, Gloria, 300 Lee Janise, 300 Lee Mary, 318 Lee Mary, 300 Lee Rebecca, 342 Lee Su-Ping, 350 Lee Wanda, 330 Lee Wendy, 161 William 300 140 Maison, Susan, 318 Malvido, John, 330, 162 Manley, Donald, 301 Manley, Greg, 301 Mann, David, 163 Mann, Kenny, 68 Marcantel, Merek, 301 Marcet, Pat, 330, 204 Marchand, Nancy, 318 Marinez, David, 168 Marionneaux, Mary, 318 Martin, Debbie, 318 Martin, Glenn, 343 Martin, Mary, 301 Martin, Melanie, 301 Martin, Mildred, 301 Koncinsky, Janet, 342, 205, 146 Koo, Kwok Hun, 342, 105 Kothmann, Charlie, 318 Kullman, Mike, 318, 168 Kumanchan, Prasert, 350 Ku, Albert, 330 Kwong, Wai Kin, 299 Kyzar, James, 318 L Labbe, Judy, 318 Lafield, Faerie, 330 Lafleur, Gene, 342 Lafleur, Jacqueline, 318, 163 Lafont, Daniel, 299 Laguardia, Louis, 318 Lai, Sui-Kwan, 299 Laird, Gail, 318 Laird, John, 163 Leek, Linda, 342, 154, 173 Leggett, James, 300 Leggitt, James, 330 Leggitt, Keith, 330 Lehmann, Gustave, 318 Leigh, Peggy, 318, 171 Leigh, Van, 300 Leistner, Lowell, 63 Leleux, Ed, 68 Leleux, Tommy, 155 Lemoine, Nancy, 300 Lenard, Armand, 300 Lenard, Dixie, 318' Lenard, Michael, 300 Lenzly, Carolyn, 300 Leon, Steven, 300 Leonard, Carolyn, 342 Leopard, John, 300 Leshe, William, 330 Leung, Angela, 161, 300 Lewis, Devon, 342 Lewis, Elizabeth, 300 Lewis, Gwendolyn, 342 Lightner, Laurie, 330 Lillich, Randall, 318 Lilly, Robert, 318 Lin, Charles, 162 Lincecum, Lynn, 330, 140 Martin, Raymond, 301 Martin, Rhonda, 301, 140 Martin, Sherman, 301 Martin, Shelia, 156 Martin, Sidney, 350 Martin, Susan, 343 Massart, Mary, 330 Massey, Charlestine, 330 Mathis, Mindy, 301 Matking, Kay, 343 Matthews, Christine, 318, 167 Matthews, Cynthia, 301 Matthews, Della, 301 Matthews, Marcia, 301 Mattison, Peggy, 301 Matulich, Bruce, 330, 141 Maxwell, Dennis, 318 Maxwell, Lydia, 301 Maxwell, Martha, 196, 197 Maxwell, Mike, 301 Maxwell, Patsy, 343, 165 May, May, Diane, 190 James, 330, 138 May, Kathy, 301, 175 May, Robert, 330 May, Robert E., 318, 151, 152 May, Sheila, 330, 206 Mayb erry, Sherry, 301 Myeaux, Anward, 330 Mayes, Jimmy, 162 Mayes, Paul, 319 Mayfield, Rebecca, 319 Mayo, Pam, 330 Mayo, Reginald, 301 Mays, Robert C. 330 McAdams, Brenda, 301 McAlmond, Frederick, 343, 16 McBride, Avis, 319 McBride, Dianne, 173, 343 McNeely, Susie, 319 McNeil, Connie, 319 McPherson, Michael, 302 McVay, Dwain, 162 McVa June, 319 Y, McVay, Keith, 343 McWhorter, William, 302 MCWill MCWill Mears, iams, Linda, 343 iams, Robert, 302 Steve, 302 Medley, Tom, 343 Morehead, Henry, 302 Moreland, David, 152, 331 Moreland, Paxton, 158, 343 Morello Lawrence, 207 lvlorganl Alice, 204 Morgan, Barry, 141, 331 Morgan, Karen, 302 Morgan, Laqueta, 303 Morgan, Morgan, Mimi, 166 Wilhemina, 343 McBride, Pat, 168 McCain, McCain, Lee, 330 Sandy, 301 McCandlish, Raymond, 168 McCartney, Charles, 330 McCartney, Minnie, 301 McCarty, Anita, 301 McCarty Denver McClain, Tommy, 330, 158 McCloy, Frank, 319, 172 McClure, Dan, 330 McClure, Kathy, 301 McClure Robert, 301 McCollum, James, 343 McConathy, Diana, 301 McConathy, Mary, 319 McConnell, William, 162, 175 McCormick, Bruce, 343, 172 McCormick, Charles, 301, 175 McCormick, Mac, 151 McCormick, Myron, 61 McCowin, Laurel, 343 McCoy, Barbara, 343 McCoy, Bret, 319 McCoy, Dorothy, 319 McCoy, Kathleen, 330 McCray, Sharon, 301 McCrocklin, Kathleen, 301 McCrory, Teresa, 330 McCullin, Kathy, 301 McCullin, Terry, 343 McDade, Andre, 319 McDaniel, David, 330 McDaniel, Nancy, 301 McDermott, Bernie, 155, 343 Medlin, Charlotte, 302 Meeks, Mary, 319 Megehee, Bruce, 155 Meisner, Robert, 331 Melder, Myra, 302 Meliezer, Christine, 302 Melton, Sandra, 302 Melton, Veria, 319 Melville, Cece, 319 Meredith, Charles, 302 Mertens, Joe, 207 Metzger, John, 343 Meyers, Murphy, 162, 319 Miciotto, Bridget, 331 Mickles, Janis, 331 Miers, Gary, 302 Migues, Michael, 151, 152, 343 Miles, Linda, 164 Miller, Amy, 302 Morrell, Marilyn, 319 Morris, Eva, 319 Morris, Gail, 319 Morris, Patricia, 331 Morrison, Gloria, 303 Morrison, Melvin, 303 Morrison, Mike, 303 Morrow, Frances, 303 Morton, Christy, 343 Morton, Jerry, 168, 343 Morton, Shelby, 350 Moseley, Libby, 331 Moses, Brenda, 319 Moses, Randall, 343 Moulle, Nolan, 343 Mourad, Kalani, 303 Mouser, Matt, 331 Moy, Donald, 303 Moy, Z ollie, 331 Mui, Daniel, 161 Miller, Brenda, 302 Miller, Butch, 163 Miller, Deborah, 319 Miller, Gladys, 319 Miller, James, 302 Miller, Larry, 142 Miller, Leslie, 319 Miller, Liz, 343 Miller, Teresa, 302 Miller, Tom, 72 Millet Rachel 170 302 Milligan, Keirli, 34:2 Mills, Bryan, 205 Mills, Debra, 302, 331 Milton, Milton, Les, 319 Sheila, 302 Mujtaba, Mohammed, 155 Muller, Wanda, 331 Mulllcan, Marjorie, 319 Mullins, Nancy, 331 Mulvihill, Chris, 344 Munster, Robert, 168 Murdaugh, Diane, 331 Murphy, Devola, 303 Murphy, Jennifer, 303 Murry, William, 61 Myatt, Alice, 319 Myatt, Edith, 303 Myers, Margo, 141 Myles, Brenda, 303 N iii Joe, 319 McDonald, Charles, 301 McDonald, Faye, 319 McDonald, Kathryn, 330 McDonald, Michael, 301 McDougle, Kenny, 203, 343 McDowell, Sadie, 301 McDowell, Stephen, 61 McEacharn, Vicki, 319 Milton, Stephen, 302 Mims, Karen, 165, 302 Mire, Jean, 343 Mire, Therese, 319 Mitcham, Sue, 331 Nabours, Sharon, 319 Nagem, Jonathon, 331 McElveen, Carol, 343 McElwee, Suzanne, 173, 207, McEnery, Dottie, 170, 343 McGaha, Shelia, 301 McGee, Cindy, 319 McGee, Patti, 330 McGee, Rene, 171, 331 McGeever, Maureen, 205 McGowan, Mickey, 343 McGowen, Alan, 301 McGowen, Thelma, 301 McGraw, Larry, 301 McGregor, Jackie, 343 McGuirt, Rick, 319 McHale, Larry, 302 McHenry, Martin, 302 Mcllwain, Jimmie, 171, 343 Mclntyre, Glenda, 319 Mclntyre, John, 302 McKaskle, Marjorie, 319 Mitche ll, Brenda, 302 Mitchell Elissa, 302 Mitche Mitche Mitche ll, Pamela, 302 ll, Thomas, 350 Nalbach, Barbara, 344 Nale, Lou, 319 Nash, Foley, 161, 166, 344 Nash, Marilyn, 331 Mitchell, Rose, 319 lillixon, Forrest, 167, 175, 331 Mixon, Nathanael, 319 Mixon, Stanley, 343 Mizell, Diana, 302 Moffit, Mattie, 343 Moncrief, Linda, 331 Monroe, Rose, 302 Montagnino, Barbara, 343 Montagnino, Linda, 302 Montz, Peggy, 167, 331 McKay, Marty, 343 McKenzie, Carol, 302 McKenzie, Lynn, 331 McKinney, John, 319 McKinney, Mary, 302 McKnight, Dean, 302 McKnight Henry, , 331 McLean, Regina, 330, 331 McLean, Robert, 319 McLeod, Helen, 302 McMakin, Joe, 167 McMan, James, 319 McMillan, David, 319 McMillan, Elise, 319 McMillan, Sherry, 302 McMurtry, Tony, 302 McNeely, Mark, 302 Moody, Charlotte, 170, 302 Moody, Sonjie, 302 Moore, Bennie, 343 Moore, Beverly, 319 Moore, Carl, 203 Moore, Carolyn, 302 Moore, Debbie, 302 Moore, Diane, 319 Moore, Moore Dortie, 68 Gail 175 ivlooref James, 331 Moore, Kathryn, 331 Moore, Loyce, 343 Moore, Louise, 302 Moore, Marilyn, 302 Moore, Mattie, 331 Moore Mile, 175 Moore, Myrtle, 331 Moore, Ruby, 331 Moore, Sheila, 343 Moore, Todd, 107, 142 Moore Winifred 302 Moorhead, Deberah, 302 Morehead, Beverly, 302 Nattin, Candy, 344 Nault, Michael, 303 Neal, Donna, 164, 331 Neal, Eric, 331 Nealy, Scott, 344 Nebel, Raymond, 319 Neff, Judy, 319 Nelson, Anthony, 303 Nelson Bill, 175 Nelson, Charlotte, 303 Nelson, Irma, 331 Nelson, John, 162 Nelson, Keith, 331 Nelson, Rhonda, 303 Nelson, William, 303 Nero, Karl, 331 Netherton, Robbie, 331 Newcomer, Bruce, 174, 175 Newell, Kathy, sos Newland, Sue, 303 Newman, Daryl, 168 Newman, Delois, 319 Newton, Eugene, 303 Ng, Chak Lam, 161, 303 Ng, Charn Tong, 303 Ng, Hung Chi, 303 Ng, Kwok Kuen, 303 Ng, Peter, 161, 44 Ng, Shun-Wai, 161, 331 Nichols, Ellen, 319 Nichols, Randy, 196, 344 Nicholson, Thomas, 155 Nickerson, Susan, 173, 207, 344 Nielsen, Billy, 303 Nix, Karen, 149, 331 Nix, Lorn, 344 Noah, Elmer, 140, 320 Noble, Beverly, 303 Noble, Yvonne, 320 Nola, Marilyn, 167, 232, 303 Nolan, Deborah, 331 Nolan, Suew, 320 Nolen, Karen, 303 Norman, Gary, 320 Norman, Hobert, 344 Norman, Paul, 303 Norman, Sherilyn, 303 Norman, Steve, 155 Norman, Susan, 303 Norris, Dennis, 344 Norris, Doris, 320 Pace, Cindy, 344 Norton, James, 344 Norton, Johnnie, 344 Nowlin, John, 168, 207, 344 Nugent, Dwain, 303 Nugent, Kathryn, 303 Nugent, Marion, 170, 320 Nunn, Gail, 303 Nuss, Margaret, 173, 344 0 O'Brian, Brenda, 303 Ochs, Janet, 164 Ochs, Marcia, 320 O'Connor, Constance, 320 Odekirk, Bonnie, 163 Odekirk, Craig, 163, 344 Odom, Kathie, 303 Odom, Pamela, 205, 344 Odom, Susan, 146, 172, 174, Odonnell, K.B., 170, 344 Odum, John, 331 Ohlenforst, Dorita, 320 Ojomo, Edward, 161, 303 Oldham, Jean, 350 Oliver, Belinda, 320 Oliver, Cheryl, 344 Oliver, James, 303 Olson, Carla, 303 Olson, Diana, 204 O'Neal, Linda, 303 O'Quin, Edward, 303 Ortigo, Charles, 303 Ortis, Sharolyn, 320 Oschwald, Charles, 344 Otwell, Andy, 303 Otwell, Herbert, 344 Outlaw, Cynthia, 303 Ouzts, Stephen, 303 Owens, Kenneth, 344 Owens, Marilyn, 320 P Pace, Deborah, 303 Packer, James, 158, 331 Pahal, Debra, 320 Pamplin, Edward, 303 Pamplin, Ronald, 303 Papillon, Michael, 162 Paquette, Robert, 156 Pardue, Edna, 304 Pardue, Joelle, 320 Pardue, Russell, 304 Parish, Richard, 331 Parker, Billy, 320 Parker, Carolyn, 304 Parker, C.M., 344 Parker, Cynthia, 320 Parker, Dean, 76, 344 Parker, Phyllis, 331 Parker, Randall, 175, 304 Parker, Sarah, 344 Parker, Sheila, 304 Parks, Prudy, 166, 331 Pasqua, Mark, 344 Pate, Kathy, 304 Pate, Pat, 171, 304 Patrick, Becky, 320 Patterson, Dennis, 76 Paul, Joyce, 170, 331 Paul, Peggy, 331 3 Paul, Teresa, 304 Pauley, John, 320 Pavich, Louis, 155, 344 Paxton, Janet, 320 Payne, Cynthia, 344 Payne, George, 344 Price, Charlotte, 332 Price, Ernest, 345 Price, Hershel, 332 Price, Jamie, 304 Price, Kenneth, 304 Price Mike, 158, 320 Payne, Gwendolyn, 331 Payne, Paralea, 320 Payton, Travis, 344 Pazmlno, Audrey, 344 Peacock, Nancy, 164, 320 Pederson, Haral, 172 Peeples, William, 344 Pellegrin, Dean, 304 Pemberton, Philip, 304 Price, Price, Price, Price, Paul, 304 Randall, 332 Richard, 174, 320 Sharon, 320 Priest, Janet, 345 Primeaux, Judith, 345 Prince, Connie, 345 Prince, Gerald, 304 Prince, Jimmy, 320 Penot, Mary, 163 Pentecost, Gary, 304 Percy, Mary Anne, 205, 344 Perkins, Alice, 344 Perkins, Dianne, 320 Perkins, William, 304 Perrett, James, 304 Perrodin, Michael, 344 Perry, Bettie, 304 Perry, Donald, 344 Perry, Iris, 331 Peters, Ann, 320 Peters, Peters, Peters, Petitto, Glenn, 304 Loretha, 304 Roy, 344 Frank, 332 Pettiette, Larry, 141, 320 Pharis, Phelps, Philley, Philley, Philley, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Phipps, Piazza, Fred, 304 Dwight, 344 Christine, 206 Donald, 320 Freddie, 68, 76 Esther, 304 ldana, 332 John, 61 Marsha, 173 Mary, 304 Rebecca, 332 Charles, 344 Piazza, Donald, 164, 304 Piazza, John, 320 Piazza, Lesa, 304 Pickens, Susan, 332 Pickering, William, 162 Pickett, Carolyn, 304 Pierce, David, 304 Pierce, James, 320 Pierce, Virginia, 332 Pipes, Chester, 304 Pippin, Bettye, 304 Piske, Barry, 344 Pittman, James, 304 Pittman, JoAnn, 304 Plain, David, 320 Plaisance, Chris, 165, 304 Plants, Joy, 170, 320 Plitt, Hickman, 304 Plunk, Bobbye, 304 Prince, Patti, 320 Prine, Karen, 345 Pringle, Jane, 320 Prisock, Doris, 345 Pritpher, Iva, 345 Pritchett, Michael, 320 Procell, Paula, 304 Przybiski, Chris, 320 Puckett, Brenda, 304 Puckett, Linda, 304 R Radckiff, Michael, 304 Radcliff, Thomas, 345 Ragland, Kenneth, 163 Raiford, Donna, 320 Rains, Peggy, 304 Ramsey, Stephen, 345, 205 Ramsey, Keith, 305 Ramsey, Rebbeca, 320 Randall, Debra, 305 Rankin, Janet, 305 Rankin, Roger, 320 Ranson, Bruce, 305 Ransom, Karen, 332 Rarick, Laurie, 305, 170 Rash, Kae, 320 Rast, Becky, 345 Ratcliff, Donna, 345 Ratcliff, Mary, 332, 165 Rauschkolb, William, 320 Rawls, Leland, 345 Rawson, Ann, 332 Ray, Donna, 305 Ray, Magene, 345 Rayborn, Vickie, 321 Rayford, Cathy, 321 Rayle, David, 332 Raymond, Janet, 305 Redd, Bill, 165 Redd, Patricia, 170 Redfern, Walter, 305 Redlin, Barbara, 321 Reed, Deborah, 305 Reed, Fred, 305 Poche, David, 168, 344 Pohlson, Elizabeth, 141, 344 Pohlson, Mary Ann, 344 Poindexter, Cheryl, 344 Poleynard, Robin, 304 Pollard, Jimmy, 320 Pollard, Tom, 163, 344 Poole, Charles, 162, 345 Pope, Patricia, 173 Popwell, Benny, 345 Poret, Gregory, 320 Porter, Carol, 320 Porter, Debora, 304 Portie, Trudi, 320 Poss, Adrienne, 142, 345 Posta, Tom, 345 Potts, Paula, 304 Powell, Bernard, 205 Powell, Debra, 320 Powell, Glenda, 148 Powell, Kim, 204, 345 Powell, Richard, 142, 332 Powers, Reba, 304 Pratt, Helen, 304 Prechter, Michael, 61, 304 Presley, Christene, 304 Preston, Leon, 68, 76 Price, Carolyn, 304 Reed, Mark, 305 Reed, Martha, 332 Reeder, Susan, 321, 167 Reeks, Connie, 345, 163 Reeves, Billy, 345 Reeves, Sharon, 321 Reid, Susan, 305 Remont, Rebecca, 321 Reppond, Carolyn, 332 Reppond, Glenda, 332 Reppond, Linda, 332 Reppond, Paul, 305 Reppond, Vicki, 345 Reuter, Erick, 345, 163 Reynolds, Benny, 305 Reynolds, Lloyd, 332, 148 Reynolds, Steve, 305 Rhodes, Joe, 305 Rhodes, Larry, 154 Rials, Susan, 305 Rice, Deborah, 305 Richard, Deborah, 305 Richards, Terry, 165 Richardson, Barbara, 345 Richardson, Carolyn, 332 Richardson, Garry, 305 Richardson Janet, 305 Richardson, Michael, 332 Richardson, Rebbecca, 332 Richardson, Sue Richey, Julian, 305 Richmond, Cheryl, 321 Riggin, Kenneth, 345 Riggs, Oscar, 345 Riggs, Paul, 345 Riley, Deborah, 305 Rinehart, Thomas, 345, 155 Rino, Phyllis, 345 Ritchie, Gay, 332 Rivera, Rudy, 321, 161 Rivere, Mary, 345 Rivette, Deborah, 305 Roach, Gordon, 321 Roark, Jerry, 305 Roberds, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Barbara, 321 Aubrey, 321 Bev, 332 Dale, 164 Johnnie, 305 Joyce, 305 Kathleen, 305 Kay, 167 Roy,332 Roberts, William, 305 Robertson, Robertson, Belinda, 332 Jane, 167 Robertson, Jeannie, 305, Robertson, Robertson, Linda, 345 Ma 345 VY, Robichaux, Barry, 207 Robichaux, Gregory, 321 Robichaux, Penny, 332 Robichaux, Randy, 332 Robichaux, Rickie, 305 Robicheaux, Harvey, 345 Robinson, Carol, 332 Robinson, Clarence, 321 Robinson, Doyle, 345 Robinson, Ginger, 345 Robinson, James, 305 Robinson, Jannifer, 305 Robinson, John, 321 Robinson, Pat, 332 Robinson, Richard, 345 Robinson, Ronald, 321 Robinson, Rosemary, 305 Robinson, Ruby, 345 Robinson Virginia 305 Robiskie, Eileen, 305 Rock, Robert, 168 Rockett, Richard, 61 Rodriguez, Stephanie, 321 Roger, Carla, 332 Rogers, Grace, 305 Rogers, Ja mes, 332 Rogers, Marilyn, 332 Roland, Ellen, 305 Roos, Ginger, 321, 148, Roper, Elaine, 321 Rorie, Dou 9,345 Rosby, Carl, 345 Rose, Michael, 305 Rosedale, Debbie, 321 Rosenkrans, Helen, 332 Rosentha i, Roy, 207 Roshto, Gary, 321 Ross, Beverly, 305 Ross, Randy, 305 Rossler,rJoseph, 345 Rougeau, Lloyd, 321 Rounds, Shelia, 305 Rourks, Lucille, 305 Rousell, Danny, 61 Roussel, Roussel, Rowdon, Kerry, 345 Wayne, 321 Jeannine, 332, Rowdon, Scott, 68 Rowell, Martin, 305 RUQQ, Susan, 321 RUQQ. SY lvia, 332 Ruiz, Ralph, 345, 168 Rumfola, Ruppert, Pam, 321 Mike, 305 Rush, Susan, 345 Rushing, John, 345 Russell, Olivia, 305 Russell, Danny, 346 Russell, Rickey, 306 Russo, Sal, 332, 188 166 196 170 Rust, Carol, 306 Rutkowski, Rolland, 346 Ryals, Don, 346 Ryan, Elaine, 321, 156, 171 Ryder, Patricia, 346 Ryland, Evert, 346 S Sadik, George, 346, 161 Sadler, Lynda, 332 Saizon, Carolyn, 306 Salinas, William, 306 Salter, Elizabeth, 332 Salter, Faye, 306 Sampognaro, Carliss, 346 Sampognaro, Maria, 346, 173 Sampson, Melessa, 332 Sanders, Karen, 332 Sanders, Lisa, 306 Sanders, Mary, 321 Sandige, Sherry, 321, 204 Sandiford, Linda, 321 Santone, Kevin, 155 Santoro, Robert, 151, 152, 155 Saragusa, Philip, 346 Sartori, Pamela, 306 Saucier, Randy, 332 Savage, Aubrey, 306 Savage, Brenda, 306 Savannah, Linda, 306 Savoie, Gene, 306 Sawyer, Maria, 306 Sawyer, Laren, 346 Saxena, Subhaschandra, 350 Sayes, Diana, 306 Scalia, Monica, 167 Scalia, Pat, 332 Scarborough, Linda, 306 Schafer, Charlotte, 321 Schaff, David, 205 Schaller, Jana, 321 Scheen, Patti, 332 Schiele, Everette, 321 Schimschock, Colleen, 306 Schmitt, Susan, 306 Scholz, Julia, 306 Schulingkamp, James, 172 Schwartzenburg, Helen, 346, 167 Scimeca, Donne, 346, 168, 207 Scoggin, Douglas, 332 Scoth, Wayne, 306 Scott, Edward, 321 Scott, Jefferie, 68 Scott, Lewis, 321 Scott, Ronald, 346, 155 Scott, Tommy, 346 Scroggin, Dave, 208 Scroggins, Karen, 321 Scroggins, Scott, 203 Scruggs, John, 321 Scruggs, Pamela, 332 Seab, Sue, 206, 167 Seal, Sheryl, 306 Segers, Susan, 321 Self, Beverly, 321 Self, Douglas, 346 Semmes, Bessie, 306 Semmes, Deborah, 306 Semmes, Laverne, 306 Sevier, Jim, 346 Sevier, Marshall, 174 Sevier, Nancy, 321 Sevier, Scott, 346, 168 Sewell, Candace, 333 Sewell, Steve, 346 Seyfarth, Calvin, 346 Shamblin, Deborah, 306 Shanklin, Warren, 68 Sharp, Ronald, 162 Shaw, C.L., 321 Shaw, Deborah, 306 Sheets, Aaron, 306 Sheets, Bessie, 321 Shelby, Ronnie, 158 Shelton, Mary, 346 Shelton, Robert, 172 Sheppard, Debra, 306 Shergalis, Debbie, 138, 139, 171 Sherman, Clair, 164 Sherman, Mershall, 321 Shields, David, 333 Shipp, Carolyn, 170 Shoudy, Charlotte, 165 Shuflin,,Thomas, 321 Shultz, Threta, 346 Silmon,'Jerry, 306 Simmers, Mitchel, 321 Simmons, Zelda, 333 Simon, Charles, 333 Simon, Martin, 306 Simons, David, 321 Simpson, Elizabeth, 346 Simpson Dwayne, 68, 76 Simpson Johnny, 155 Simpson Robert, 321 Simpson Steve, 346 Simpson Susan 306 Sims, George, 333 Sims, Rhonda, 306 Singleton, Gwendolyn, 346 Singley, James, 350 Sipes, Cindy, 322 Sisson, Bonnie, 333 Sisson, Glenn, 333, 162 Sitman, Kay, 333 Skains, Terry, 322 Slack, James, 152 Slack, Joreen, 306 Sledge, Donna, 306 Smith, Anna, 333 Smith, Beverly, 346 Smith, Cindi, 322 Smith, Connie, 350 Smith, Dan, 306 Smith, David, 340 Smith, Deborah, 323 Smith, Dwanne, 191 Smith, Emily, 306 Smith, Gary, 322 Smith, Gerald, 203 Smith, Gerard, 333 Smith, Greg, 322, 148, 168 Smith, Gwendolyn, 306 Smith, Jenny, 306 Smith, Joy, 306 Smith, Joy M., 346 Smith, Kathy, 107 Smith, Kenneth, 333 Smith, Marc, 346, 168 Smith, Mary, 306 Smith, Mary L., 206 Smith, Michael, 333 Smith, Mike L., 68 Smith, Norene, 346 Smith, Rob, 61 Smith, Robert, 306 Smith, Ronnie, 306 Smith, Ruth, 306 Smith, Sherman, 306 Smith, Stanley, 322 Smith, Susan, 170 Smith, Virginia, 322 Snead, Cindy, 306 Snelson, Sammy, 203 Snyder, Janice, 322 Snow, David, 333, 168 Snow, Diann, 346 Soigner, Christopher, 151 Soileau, Justine, 107, 207, 346 Soileau, Keith, 322 Soileau, Suzanne, 346, 167 Solomon, Mickie, 322 Somme, Michele, 307 Spann, Francis, 322 Spear, Kenneth, 346, 207 Spears, Beth, 346 Spears, David, 346, 168 Speck, Pandy, 333 Speer, Kathy, 307 Spencer, Patricia, 322 Spencer, Thomas, 333 Specer, Donald, 162 Spikes, Joan, 322 Spillers, Teresa, 307 Spruill, Ronnie, 307 St. John, Robert, 333 St. Pierre, Denis, 168 St. Romain, Michael, 307 Staab, Paul, 346 Wamsley, Ken, 347 Stewart, Ronnie, 162 Stokes, Milford, 155 Stotko, Elaine, 100 Strahan, Carol, 164 Stratton, Ricki, 322, 158 Strickland, Terri, 307 Strickland, Wanda, 322, 170 Stringer, Gary, 307, 163 Strom, John, 307 Strong, Debra, 333, 167 Strother, Norman, 307 Strumpell, Harry, 163 Stuart, Richard, 63 Suchy, Frand, 347 Sullivan, Charlotte, 307, 165 Sullivan, John, 307 Sumner, Kathy, 307 Swan, Melvin, 347 Swanson, Lavonne, 307 Swanson, Linnea, 307 Swanson, Scott, 307 Sweat, Juidth, 307 Sweitzer, Alan, 356 Swenson, Marshall, 333 Swift, Irene, 333 Swillie, Mildred, 350 Swindle, Charles, 350 Sykes, Cynthia, 333, 156 Sykes, Debra, 347 Sykes, Frank, 347 Sykes, Timothy, 347, 151, 152 Sylvester, Jenny, 307, 148 Sylvestri, Guina, 170 T Talley, Brennan, 322 Talley, James, 201 Talley, Larry, 347 Tanner, Leslie, 347 Tarver, Darlene, 307 Tarver, John, 108 Tassin, Van, 347 Toups, Glenn, 333 Toys, Elaine, 307 Trahan, Karen, 322 Trahan, Terry, 68, 70 Tramel, Darlene, 307 Tranter, Glenn, 347 Traxler, Steve, 208 Traylor, Gary, 322 Trichell, Lloyd, 307 Tripp, Cynthia, 350 Tripp, James, 350 Tripp, Pamela, 333 Tropea, Deborah, 308 Trotter, Harrell, 308 Tso, Dennis, 308, 161 Tubre, Elvin, 308 Tubre, Sharon, 347, 173 Tucker, Barry, 322 Tucker, Hariett, 308 Tucker, Jane, 191 Tucker, Lillie, 322 Tucker, Melanie, 308 Tucker, Priscilla, 308 Tucker Ruby, 308 Tucker, Sheila, 307 Tung, Bonnie, 322, 161 Turnbolo, Larry, 333 Turnbull, Edward, 333 Vogt, Karl, 347 Vorner, Sherlian, 308 W Wabara, Sydney, 308 Wade, Linda, 333 Wages, Laura, 333 Wagnon, Suzanne, 308 Waguespack, Geraldine, 333 Waits, Patricia, 308 Wakely, Laure, 308 Waldrop, Stan, 347 Walker, Bruce, 308 Walker, Carl, 347 Walker, Cherrie, 170 Walker, Dana, 323 Walker, Daniel, 308 Walker, Frances, 347 Walker Kay, 308 walker, Jimmy, 334, 162 Walker, Judy, 323 Walker, Mark, 308 Walker, Sharron, 308 Walker, Steve, 308 Wall, Larry, 199 Wallace, Gail, 199 Turner, Ada, 347 Turner, Cindy, 322 Turner, Debbie, 322 Turner, Debra E., 322 Turner, Gloria, 347 Turner, Janer, 350 Turner, John, 308 Turner Kay, 347 Turner, Keith, 347 Turner, Marsha, 308 Turner, Mary, 308 Turner, Michael, 322 Turner, Peter, 308 Turner, Terri, 308 Turrentine, Russell, 322 Tuttle, Dawn, 322 Wallace, Greg, 347, 308, 143 Wallace, Jimmy, 68 Wallace, Richard, 308, 333 Walley, Annette, 308 Walpole, Sally, 323, 171 Walter, Jack, 308 Walter, Richard, 323 Tate, Sandra, 307 Tauzin, Katherine, 173 Taylor, Carol, 173 Taylor, Cathy, 322 Taylor, Federinda, 307, 161 Taylor, Jacqueline, 307 Taylor, Randolph, 347 Taylor, Susan, 307, 148, 167 Taylor, Suzanne, 347, 205 Teach, Don, 333 Temple, Don, 155 Terracina, Vince, 322 Terral, Brenda, 307 Tweedy, Rena, 322 Tycer, Lindsay, 347 Tyler, Barbara, 322 Tyler, Deloris, 347 Tyler, Gail, 347 Tyson, John, 322, 308 U Underwood, Faye, 322 Underwood, Sandra, 308 Underwood, Yvonne, 333 Tester, Rod, 347 Theriot, Freddie, 347 Thomas, Jimmie, 307 Thomas, Kay, 307 Thomas, Linda, 347 Thomas, Rodney, 158 Thomas, Shirley, 347 Thomas, Tracy, 322 Unger, Susan, 204 Upton, Ellen, 322 Upton, Jimmy, 347, 68 Upton, Laura, 170 Walters, Carla, 347 Walters, Clayona, 308 Walters, Daniel, 347 Walters, David, 308 Walters, Debbie, 323 Walters, Joe, 323 Walters, Kathy, 323 Walters, Sara, 323 Ward, Eddie, 347 Ward, Sue, 347 Ware, Boatner, 334 Ware, E dward, 347 Ware, Everist, 308 Ware, Joe, 334 Ware, Lue, 323 Warner, John, 334 Warner, Robert, 348 Warner, Vickie, 334 Warren, Eddie, 334 Warren, Leighton, 323 Warren, Linda, 308 Washburne, Jack, 348 Washington, Debbie, 308 Washington, Ethel, 331 Washington Grace, 323 Thomason, David, 322 Thomason, Edward, 307 Thomerson, Larry, 155 Thompson Christopher, 307 Thompson, Evelyn, 347 Thompson, James, 307 Thompson, Kaye, 307 Thompson, Lawrence, 162 Thompson, Liz, 162 Thompson, Mike, 61 V Vallery, Susan, 322 Vance, Michael, 152 Varanado, Debbie, 323 Varner, Roy, 205 Vaughan, Janet, 347, 205 Vaughn, Marsha, 308 Veal, Sarah, 308 Venable, Ellen, 308 Venable, Robert, 333 Vercher, Judy, 323 Washington, Larry, 308 Washington Lillian, 334, , 148 Waso, Sue, 323 Waters, Gary, 323 Thornhill, Danette, 307 Thornhill, Jerry, 322 Thornton, Barbara, 333 Thrasher, Bill, 162 Thrasher, Susan, 307 Thrower, Wanda, 322 Thousnand, Valerie, 322 Thurkill, Bobby, 333 Tidwell, Rosia, 346 Tinsley, David, 61 Tolbird, Larry, 347 Toliver, Jodi, 173 Toliver, Jo Ann, 347 Tomlinson, Loraine, 322 Touchet, Francis, 307 Toups, Brent, 333 Verhoef, Billy, 308 Waters, Waters, Watkins Watkins Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Mary, 323 Steve, 323 , John, 162 , Marie, 308 Carolyn, 308 Gloria, 323 James, 158 Kimberly, 308 Laura, 308 Marilyn, 308 Mark, 204 Vermillion, Darcelle, 323 Veretti, Leo, 207 Viallon, Jonathan, 323 Vicki, Monnita, 347 Vickery, Jean, 308 Vidrine, Mary, 333 Vijaya, Ramaswamy, 350, Vincent, Paul, 333 Vines, Dwight, 308 Vining, Thomas, 308 Vizener, Joe, 168 Voda, Joseph, 333 Vogt, Becky, 350 Vogt, John, 333 Vogt, Judy, 347 Watts, Sandra, 323 Weathersby, Elsie, 323 Weaver, Claudia, 309 Weaver, Kathy, 309 Weaver, Mac, 61 Weaver, Sandra, 206 Webb, Cathy, 334 Webb, Charlotte, 309 Webb, Denise, 323 Webb, Hugh, 348 Webb, Jimmy, 334 Wehling, Roxanne, 165 Welch, Randall, 323 Welch, Susan, 323 Wells, Lewis. 348 Wells, Marian, 309 Wells, Bill, 323 Wempe, Davis, 323 Wesner, Thomas, 348, 162 West, David, 309 Westbrooks, Willie, 309 Wheeler, Bruce, 350, 162 Whitaker, Jan, 309 Williams, Joel, 309 Williams, Judy, 348 Williams, Kenneth G., 323 Williams, Kenneth H., 166 Williams, Leslie, 309 Williams, Lou, 323 Williams, Marilyn, 348 Williams Nelda, 323 White, Bonnie, 323 White, Clifton, 309 White, David, 334 White, Mary, 309 White, Sharon, 309, 162 White, Tonita, 309 Whitlock, David, 323 Whitlock, Sherri, 334 Whitmore, Juanita, 309 Whittington, Dennis, 309 Whittington, Rebecca, 309, 147 Whitworth, Teresa, 204 Wibben, Jill, 309 Williams, Saundra, 309 Williams, Virginia, 348 Williamson Arlie, 348 Williamson George, 348 Williamson, Gloria, 323 Williamson, Judy, 309 Williamson, Kerri, 323 Williamson, Martha, 334 Williamson, Shelia, 348 Willis, Bessie, 309 Willis, Deborah, 334 Willis, Lyndel, 334 Wong, Michael, 309, 161 Wood, Deret, 168 Wood, Kenneth, 310 Woodell, Amanda, 300, 106 Wooden, Jacqueline, 310 Woods, Charlene, 310 Woods, John, 155 Woods, Michael, 323 Woodward, Richard, 323, 142 Woodward, William, 348 Worley, Callie, 310 Worley, Susan, 310 Wortham, Catherine, 334 Wible, Susan, 348 Wiggins, Allen, 309 Wiggins, Ethel, 309 Wiggins, Peggy, 309 Wiggins, Richard, 348, 162 Wilder, Sandra, 334 Wilson Wiley, Ben, 334 Wiley, Mary, 309 Wiley, Susan, 348 Wilhite, Darlene, 348 Wilkening, Joyce, 323 Wilkins, John, 348 Wilkinson, Robert, 334, 142 Willis, Lynetta, 309 Willis, Pat, 177 Willis, Patricia, 309 Willis, William, 334 Wilson, Debra, 309 Wilson, Diane, 323 Wilson, Jan, 309 Wilson, Jerry, 348 Wilson, Joseph, 309 Wilson, Leonard, 323 Wilson, Linda, 348 Wilson, Mary, 348 Wilson, Michael, 309 Roger, 162, 175 Worthington, Brian, 334 Worthi ngton, Richard, 120 Wray, Joe, 323 Wright, Barbara, 323 Wright, Bruce, 310 Wright, Chester, 310 Wright, Rayford, 323 Wright, Roosevelt, 348 Wright, Rose, 165 Wright, Sharon, 310 Wyatt, Darla, 310 Wyatt, Jean, 348 Wyatt, John, 348 Wyatt, Suzan, 320 Wyche, Robert, 348 Yiu Yi, Y Ming, 310 Young, Jo Ann, 310 Willett, Adrian, 323 Willett, Edward, 348 Williams Annette, 348 Williams Beulah, 309 Williams Billie, 323 Williams, Coleen, 309 Williams Cynthia, 309 Williams David, 323 Williams Debbie, 309 Williams Deborah, 309 Wilson, Tywana, 323 Wilson, William, 348 Windham, Cedric, 348 Windham, Stephanie, 334 Winesberru, Nathan, 348 Winn, Melody, 309 Winston, Quentina, 309 Wirt, Debra, 309 Wisenbaker, Cheryl, 310 Witcher, Jeffery, 309 Young, Mildred, 310 Youngblood, Katherine, 310 Yu May Hoi, Anita, 334 Yu Pak Yiu, Allen, 161 Yarbrough, Jennie, 310 Yates, Johnny, 310 Yau, Antonio, 310 Yeh Foh Shan, Judy, 162 Yeung, Jean, 310 Yip Wing, Kwan, 161 Secondary 8i Counselor Education 233 Sociology 8i Social Services, 240 Williams Dorothy, 309 Witherington, Richard, 334 Williams Faye, 309 Wnukowski, Susan, 309 Z Williams Gregg, 323 Wolf, Jeffery, 162, 208 Williams, Harold, 309 Wolfert, Perer, 348 Williams, Janet, 334 Womack, Rhonda, 348 Zagone, Paula, 334 Williams, Janie, 323 Womack, Terri, 323 Zeagler, Dianne, 323 Williams, Jean, 334 Womble, Mary, 309 Zitzmann, John, 350, 155, 207 Williams, Jerry, 309 Wong, Caroline, 309, 161 Zulick, Richard, 348 Accounting, 231 Elementary 8i Early Childhood Edu- Music. 234 Administration, Supervision 8i Foun- cation, 233 Omce Administration, 229 dations, 234 English, 239 Physics, 246 Allied Health Sciences, 242 Foreign Languages, 238 PSYCh0'09Yi 233 Art, 238 Geology 8i Geography, 247 Biology, 245 Health 81 Physical Education, 234 Chemistry, 247 History 8 Government, 240 Economics and Finance, 229 H0019 Economics, 246 Speech- 239 Acacia Fraternity, 260 Agronomy Club, 162 Mathematics, 245 ORGANIZATIO Foreign Student Assoc., 161 Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, 262 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 264 Alpha Psi Omega, 204 American-Louisiana Pharmaceutical Assoc., 154 Associated General Contractors, 162 Bayou Raiders, 151 Chacahoula, 195 Chinese Student Assoc., 160 Circle K, 172 Collegiate Farm Bureau, 174 Compass Club, 171 Council Resident Women Students, 149 Data Processing Management Assoc., 164 Delta Demeter, 175 Delta Omicron, 156 Delta Sigma Pi, 158 Eta Epsilon, 207 Honorary Pre-Medical Society, 205 lnterfraternity Council, 284 Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 266 Kappa Delta Sorority, 268 Kappa Epsilon, 173 Kappa Kappa Psi, 203 S Pi Sigma Epsilon, 155 Pow Wow, 198 Physical Therapy Club, 164 Rho Chi, 207 Rodeo Club, 175 Rotaract, 171 Scabbard 8 Blade, 152 Kappa Psi, 155 Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 270 Modern Dance Club, 166 Nat'l. Collegiate Assoc. for Secretar- ies, 157 News Bureau, 190 Northeast La. Geological Society, 163 Occupational Therapy Club, 165 Panhellenic, 285 Phi Delta Chi, 168 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 203 Phi Mu Sorority, 272 Phi Tau Gamma, 166 Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 274 Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters, 170 i Senior Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Board, 205 Alpha Chi, 167 Gamma Epsilon, 207 Lambda Chi, 208 Tau Gamma Fraternity, 276 Society of Physics Students, 163 Student Government Assoc.. 138 Student La. Teachers' Assoc., 156 Student Nurses Assoc., 154 Tau Beta Sigma, 204 Theta Xl Fraternity, 280 Union Board, 143 Women's Recreation Assoc., 170 Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, 282 1 F E3 A 1972-1973 RETROSPECT Y' A As our country gave us hope for peace, our school drew a breath. As far as events go, past and present may not be com- parable, but both are history making. Students returned to school with this daily thought: "You deserve a break to- day, so get up and get away," as McDon- ald's new quarter-pounder replaced their double burgers. Cosmopolitan published its women's answer to Playboy-a fold-out of Bert Reynolds. Seven Olympic gold medals were won by Mark Spitz for the U.S. in Munich, Germany, while the murder of the Isralis shocked the world. "I am Woman" enlightened women's libers. as Helen Reddy won a Grammy for best female vocalist. Nicaragua suffered a great national crisis when a series of earthquakes de- voured the city of Managua. Nixon's re-election followed by Kissin- ger's peace conferences brought a new feeling to the nation while Foreman's win over Frazier added new headlines to the sports columns. The Bogart look re-appeared: baggy pants with cuffs for men and women. Meanwhile, a movie production that left a taste of success was created into a TV series-M-A-S-H. Also in television, Archie Bunker's cousin Maude got her own series as Sonny and Cher continued to pull in some of the top ratings. Ioint efforts to be made with Russia in hopes of developing an internationally manned space station broadened the nation's outlook for peace. Louisiana contributed its share to na- tional news-Hale Boggs disappearance while in flight over Alaska and Ellender's death blackened our times. Then South- ern University had its episodes of riots and of natural misunderstandings. Snipers hit New Orleans to leave Louis- iana in an even more chaotic state while some Tiger kept telling us that he was changing his name but not his stripes. The Supreme Court ruled abortion legal. The American dollar suffered another devaluation inworld trade. St. Louis and Philadelphia school teach-- ers broke away from teaching, demand- ing higher wages. Ex-dictator Iuan Peron, along with his wife Eva's body, returned to troubled Argentina. Musically, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face," took number one song for 1972 and an old face returned with a new song-Rick Nelson and "Garden Party" Members of a black commune from the U S hljacked a plane and made off w1th the hlghest ransom yet S1 m1ll1on The Watergate trlals concernlng the bugglng of Democratlc Natlonal Head quarters contlnued Mass klller Charles Manson testlfled agamst some of hls col George Wallace remamed paralyzed after the Iuly assaslnatlon attempt whlle the U S famlly food blll mcreased at the hlghest rate on record Control of pollutlon remalned an ecol oglcal pursult The M1am1 Dolphlns up set the Washmgton Redsk1ns for the Super Bowl tltle whlle the Oakland Ath letlcs won the World SEFIES Llfe ceased publlcatlon The Godfather Cabaret and The Poseldon Adventure entertalned the movle golng publlc as Dlanna Ross made her movle debut as lazz slnger Bllhe Holllday ln Lady Smgs The Blues Many lndustrxes productlon was cut natural gas Two former presldents Truman and Iohnson dled leavmg Nlxon as the only l1v1ng presldent of the US As the Chac went to press the Indlan uprlslng at Wounded Knee contlnues and the questxon of amnesty IS IH the a1r As the POW s slowly return home Amerl cans enjoy peace leagues. 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