University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

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T H E UNIVERSITY 0 F MISSISSIPPI OLE MISS ...a year of Quality, Integrity, and Progress. 1 9 6 4 This is now, the present, the year. In re- membrance, time will obliterate all save a few moments which form golden chains to the fleeting days of youth—moments of the birth of a mature individual into a trou- bled world; moments of a life that, through it all, maintains a certain dignity, a definite quality that is the University of Mississippi. Here are found those priceless links of companionship, friendship, and fragments of joy tying the hastening days together. Here, through con- tinuous closeness with humanity, the person awakens and struggles for identity. Out of the masses lost in confusion, indi- viduals emerge with a purpose, each pur- pose as varied as the individual himself. Some are shallow, only for the present; others are deeper rooted with emphasis on the future. Now the pathway clears and the resemblence of order gradually stabilizes existence. But this organization spasmodically shatters as activity reaches a high-pitched momentum. Inhibitions fall away and the freed spirit revels in expression. Tradition, kept alive by steadfast loyalty, anchors the yes- teryear with tomorrow in the hearts of Rebels today, and Southern hospitality in the finest style lies immersed in these buildings, these people. Interwoven throughout the chain of life are the recalled moments of timeless conflict, pensive anxiety, despair, victory, defeat, and success. The group effort, the single effort works toward a predetermined goal. The result can be failure and disappointment, but the pursuit onward con- tinues, following readjustment and evaluation of the situation; or can bring elation and the rapture of a dream becoming a reality. Whether through physical action or through mental action, integrity forms the basis for judgment and deci- sion. The present endures only for an instant; the future must be given thought. Here, too, is the opportunity for shining expectations to be freely shared and built upon. They must be caught and established within the mo- ment for even now the desperate surging of Time is felt. Each minute has to be cap- tured and well-spent. Through the dark- ness, numberless souls eternally seek knowledge, grope for the unknown, guided by a book and a mind. Knowledge comes, but not without effort. Toil, trial, error, experimentation eventu- ally disentangle the mad jumble of facts and frustration. The exertion has not been in vain, for one learns that intellect and wisdom broaden when forced to strive for truth. The unrelenting, absolute flow of life finds moments of pleasure to grasp and hold dear, linking coming years to now. An escape from responsibility, from care and worry, weaves its way into each being— it is here on waves of fantasy and is all too soon swept away. At last comes the culmination of a set of dreams, a destination completed, bringing joy in itself, not in gain or reward. A golden moment of success bursts and hovers in the air. The world is beyond. The desire to con- quer is in each individual, and for a very short while, the future is resplendent with glory. Progress has just begun. The year is gone, a part of yesterday, leav- ing its brilliant moments in man ' s memory. Only the remembrance of experiences, faces, emotions, and places remains, form- ing the golden chain connecting youth and the University to forever. THE GOLDEN RUSH STARTS ANOTHER YEAR Presenting the ROCKETTES!!!! Welcome to the Gunga Den. " I ' m supposed to get a date out of THAT? " Scotch and what?? " You just don ' t know how MUCH all, of us here like you! " Who let HIM in? The Sigma Nu pledge class. All this can ' t be required for a MRS. THE REGISTRATION SHUFFLE The long madris line Administration 69, Students 0. " What P.E. courses are you taking? " " We shall overcome ... " REBEL " I think I found it! " 1963 BB (Before Beatles). " I think I lost something! " " Who ' s got the bottle—er, ball? " We shall rise again! BANG! Rally ' round the flag, boys! " Pep rally, hell! The cops are after me! " This beats an olive race. Whiskey Sours 300, Alka Seltzers . What if it hatches? It ' s definitely getting deep in here. Students reluctantly leave class. At least he showed up. " Help! Get me out of here! " A stack of cards, a bottle of Vodka, and thou. Do it tomorrow; you ' ve made enough mistakes today. Whistler ' s Mother??? Typical dances at fraternity parties. " Back to back and belly to belly . . . " What do you want f or nothing? A home away from home. Well, here we are. Now what? Spring fever. Hot line to Stewart. Gypsy Rose Puckett For this we pay money? " Why can ' t it ever be my way. " " .. and I believe in legalized liquor. " Beatles, Smeatles. This beats the Hard Road. Mrs. Dawson says no " P.D.T. " No tipping, please. " If you don ' t know, why should I? " Love that cafeteria food. Don ' t sweat it. Spring formal attire. Where ' s the party? Big Upjohn. The day after the night at Sardis. Have another drink, baby! Ali in the line of duty. " Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me! " A vote for me is a vote for the KKK! Smile! You ' re on Candid Camera! Game? What game? Ideal night life in Oxford. Tarzan and °meta. " Now look—just because he ' s from Mississippi State . . . " " I guess the yolks on me. " " I like you, too. " " Friends, Romans, Countrymen—lend me your clothes. " " How can I kiss you like that? " " I ' ll pledge, I ' ll pledge!!!! " " Let me hold your hand. " " We ' ll never let a mule (?) come between us. " No doubt, they ' re right at home. " Sorry, Mr. Nero—I ' m the boss here. " Dinner on the ground. " Now aim carefully at the Captain ' s head .. . " Vaught vs. Babcock Saturday night dorm life made fun? " Don ' t you EVER go out with an Ole Miss student again! " " Our group had 20% fewer cavities . . . " ADMINISTRATION GOVERNOR PAUL B. JOHNSON The Honorable Paul B. Johnson, the newly elected Governor of the State of Mississippi, stands today as a trusted and courageous leader of his people. Governor Johnson was born in Hattiesburg and is the son of the late Governor Paul B. Johnson. He received his early education in the public schools of Forrest County. His preparatory education was com- pleted at Columbia Military Academy in Columbia, Tennessee. Following his graduation from C.M.A., he became a student at the University of Mississippi. At Ole Miss, he compiled an excellent record in both scholastic and extra-curricular activities. While at Ole Miss, he was tapped into Blue Key Honor Society and ODK Honorary Leadership Fraternity, selected to the Hall of Fame, and served as the President of the Ole Miss student body. After receiving his Bachelor of Law Degree from the University and being admitted to the Bar in 1940, he began his law practice in both Jackson and Hattiesburg. In 1959 he was elected. Lieutenant Governor. As Lieutenant Governor and President of the Mississippi State Senate, he has compiled a formidable record of accomplishments in the past four years. Governor Paul B. Johnson has not only demon- strated a thorough familiarity with Mississippi gov- ernmental problems, put proved himself to be a decisive, skilled and experienced leader. Since 1946, Chancellor Williams has led the through happy times of expansion and dis- couraging times of tension caused by national prob- lems. Chancellor Williams is the immediate past President of the National Association of State Universities, and a member of the Commission on Colleges and. of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. From 1959 to 1961, Chancellor Williams was President of the State Universities Association and is now a member of its Executive Committee. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity; the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa honorary educational fraternities. Among his other numerous activities, he is a member of the Board of Stewards of the Oxford-University Methodist Church and is a member of the Oxford Rotary Club and the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce. Dr. John D. Williams has brought greatly increased educational opportunities to the students and in- creased service to the people of Mississippi. The stu- dents of the University are indeed fortunate to have as their Chancellor a man who at all times is a true Southern gentleman. CHANCELLOR J. D. WILLIAMS Thomas J. Tubb, President; W. 0. Stone, a B. Smith, III, E. Ray Izard, Ira L. Morgan, Dr. Verner S. Holmes, Vice-President; Dr. E. R. Jobe, Executive Secretary and Director; Charles D. Fair, Tally D. Riddell, Leon Lowery, M. M. Roberts, H. G. Carpenter, J. N. Lipscomb, and S. R. Evans. Dr. Charles E. Noyes Mr. Hugh H. Clegg Provost Director of Development The Board of Trustees of Institutions of Higher Learning is composed of twelve members which are appointed by the Governor with the advice and con- sent of the State Senate. This group of men is the governing body of the University. The trustees are appointed for terms of twelve years, in groups of four each four years, of whom one is appointed from each Congressional District, one from each of the three Supreme Court Districts and two from the Senate-at-large. There are no ex-officio members. The Board of Trustees selects one of its members as of the Board and appoints the Chancellor as executive head of the University. Our modern. Cafeteria and new Science Center, along with other expansions of our physical facilities, are only a visible portion of the work done by this group, who give their valuable time to help guide the educational program of our state. Mr. E. E. Davidson. Dr. L. L. Love Comptroller Dean of Student Personnel First Row: Mr. Marvin M. Black Director of Public Relations Mr. Henry W. Bounds Director of Food Services Mr. Robert B. Ellis Registrar Mr. Howard K. Faulkner Bursar Gen. Freeman Gober Assistant Registrar Second. Row: Mr. Harold E. Haney Purchasing Agent Dr. Vernon B. Harrison Director and Physician of Student Health Service Mr. Tom S. Hines Director of Student Activities Mr. Edward H. Hobbs Chairman of Publications Committee Mr. Binford T. Nash Director of Men ' s Housing Third Row: Dr. Katharine Rea Dean of Women Mr. Patrick D. Smith....Director of University News Service Mr. Barnes Tatum Director of Public Safety Mr. John W. White Director of Physical Plant Mr. Joseph. C. White Chief Accountant, The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1848, is the oldest and largest division of the University. The college offers a broad and complete comprehensive course of study including most areas of knowledge in the humanities and in the physical, biological and social sciences. The broad study program of the College of Liberal Arts assures the student ' s acquaintance with the fundamentals of scholarship in the main branches of knowledge, and serves as a foundation upon which the student may build in the pursuit of special scholarship in his chosen field. The College itself has instituted a Scholars Program to provide special instruction for superior students. Dean A. B. Lewis SCHOOL OF LAW The legislature in 1854 established a department of law at the University, which later became the University ' s School of Law. The three-year program of study offers a thorough grounding in the principles of jurisdiction together with actual practice of legal procedures. By statute in Mississippi, a diploma from the School of Law entitles it s graduates to practice in any court in the state without further examination. The Mississippi Law Journal, a legal periodical, is published four times each year by the Mississippi State Bar and the Law School. The two leading legal fraternities of the nation, Phi Delta Phi and Phi Alpha Delta, have established chapters on the campus. The school is accredited both by the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association. Dean John H. Fox Founded in 1900, the School of Engineering was the third school of the University to be established, and it is the oldest engineering school in the state. Courses in civil engineering have been taught by the University since 1854. As now organized, this school of professional education offers a program which is planned to serve the State of Mississippi in the five basic engineering fields. The school, housed in Carrier Hall since 1954, contains laboratories and shop facilities for chemical, civil, electrical, geological, and mechanical engineering which accommodate progressive instruction and research. Dean Frederic H. Kellogg Dean Sylvester A. Moorehead The functions of the School of Education are the preparation of public school personnel and the improvement of educational programs and facilities. Professional courses offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels of study provide opportunity for pre-service and in-service teacher education. Departments in Educational Research, Audio-Visual Education, and Counselor Education are maintained by the school as well as a Teacher Placement Bureau in accordance with the desire of the school to keep up to date in all matters pertaining to eduation. The University is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The School of Medicine has its headquarters in Jackson at the University Medical Center which is composed of the University Hospital and the School of Medicine Building. The Veterans Administration Hospital of Jackson, the Mississippi State Hospital at Whitfield, and the Mississippi State Sanatorium at Sanatorium are affiliated with the Medical School and cooperate in the teaching program. The four-year course leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine is fully approved by the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges. Dr. W. Alton Bryant Dean Robert Q. Marston Dean Charles W. Hartman The school of Pharmacy was created by the Board of Trustees in 1908. The purpose of the School is to provide thorough instruction for students who desire to acquire the special education and training necessary for the successful practice of pharmay. The degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy is conferred on those students who have successfully completed two years of preparatory work, followed by three years of professional pharmacy courses. The School is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. The School of Pharmacy is located in the new Science Center which was completed this year. The primary function of the School of Business and Government is to teach students the basic knowledge they will need for an administrative career in business or government and to commence the development of their proficiency in the application of such knowledge. The School occupies Conner Hall, which is designed specifically to meet the needs and growth of the School of Commerce. The School of Business and Government is a member of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. The School of Commerce offers four degrees: Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Public Administration, Bachelor of Science in Commerce, and Bachelor of Science in J ournalism. Dean Clive F. Dunham Dean Lewis Nobles Courses at the graduate level were first offered at the University in 1870. The centers of the graduate studies are the Alexander L. B. Bondurant Graduate Building and the University library in which carrels are provided for the special use of each student. These buildings house several special collections and libraries in addition to seminar rooms and auditoriums. In 1955 the University was authorized to develop doctoral programs in several fields. The Graduate school holds membership in the council of Graduate Schools of the United States and in the Conference of Deans of Southern Graduate Schools. From these twenty-six, the judges must pick five. Hopeful contestants observe stage techniques. Rehearsals go on for hours. Beauties give beaming smiles to judges during interviews. As the big night nears, entrants practice and practice again. The annual features some of the loveliest girls of the land. This year is no exception. Many of these young ladies are widely acclaimed, and have been honored by being selected as the top beauties of 1964. The OLE MISS also features other outstanding stu- dents on campus—Miss Ole Miss, our ideal southern belle; Colonel Rebel, the enbodiment of a Southern gentleman; members of the Hall of Fame, Homecoming Queen, Rebelee Queen, and Miss University who rep- resents us in the Miss Mississippi pageant. Also, there are ten favorites who are selected at the Parade of Favorites and Beauties in the fall. The judges enjoy their talks with contestants. This is the moment when glamor is at its best. Favorite nominees parade before a packed audience. They ' re playing the waiting game. Hide and seek? Surely it ' s not that bad, Mr. Alexander! And then there were ten. Just grin and bear it. . . . Miss Sally McDonnell Kappa Delta MISS JO ANNE SHIRLEY Chi. Omega Miss Olivia McCoy Kappa Kappa Gamma Miss Judy Williams Delta Delta Delta MISS LYNN COOK Delta Gamma MISS ANNE McCASLIN MISS JEAN FRENCH MISS SYDNEY JOHNSTON MISS BETSY HENRICH MISS SANDRA SENTER Miss Bobbi Straub, Miss Glenda Luke Miss Jere Gibert, Miss Marjorie Moore Miss Val Powell, Miss Martha Ann Chadwick Ole Miss Favorites Miss Lassie Cook, Miss Beverly Whitten Miss Patsy Puckett, Miss Ann Tomlinson Miss Mary Lou Pace Miss University Miss Nancy HOMECOMING QUEEN Miss Randy Anderton Rebelle Queen Miss Diane Klyce Miss Ole Miss Mr. Kenny Dill COLONEL REBEL The highest honor that can be bestowed upon an Ole Miss student is to be selected to the Hall of Fame. Members of the Hall of Fame are chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship, loyalty, spirit, devotion, and service to the University. The selection is conducted in such a manner as to be entirely free from campus politics. A Selection established by the Campus Senate sends out requests for nominations to the persons holding the twelve most important positions on the campus. Those students nominate twenty-four students to make the actual selection. The twenty-four students who are selected then vote for the six persons on the campus who they feel deserve this great honor. The six stu- Thomas Franklin Cleveland, Martha Louise Hamilton, Kenneth Dean Dill, Marian Jeanine Ogletree, John Gordon Corlew, Diane Klyce. dents who receive the greatest number of votes from the committee of twenty-four are the students who are selected. Those students chosen for the 1964 Hall of Fame are: Tom Cleveland, President of the ASB; John Corlew, Editor of The Mississippian; Kenny Dill, Football All- American; Martha Hamilton, Editor of The Ole Miss; Diane Klyce, Miss Ole Miss; Jeanine Oglestree, of the ASB. ACTIVITIES The President of the Associated Student Body this year is Tom Cleveland. It is the duty of the President to see that all phases and laws of the Constitution are carried out and to promote the general welfare of the students. Vice-President of the ASB is Brad Lawrence, who also serves as President of the Campus Senate. Jeanine Ogletree records the minutes of the Campus Senate. Dick Todd, the Treasurer, is respon- sible for all funds disbursed through student activities. The cabinet consists of the ASB officers and nine members appointed by the President. The members of the cabinet aid the President in his executive duties. The Student Judicial Council consists of an elected chairman and four members appointed by the ASB president. Champ Terney coordinates the council as chairman this year. The Judicial Council serves as a court to review all legislation passed by the Campus Senate. TOM CLEVELAND President ASB Cabinet—Front Row: Ellis Nassour, Frank Lambert, Joe Dehmer, Flo Yoste, Cy Faneca Ted Murphey, Larry Latham. Second Row: Katie Hester, Tom Cleveland, Brad Lawrence, Jeanine Ogletree, Dick Todd, Jimmy Barksdale, Carol Waits. ASB JUDICIAL COUNCIL—Left to Right: Justice William Yates, Justice Jay Travis, Chief Justice Champ Terney, Justice Hugh Love, Justice Mac Gorton. TRAFFIC BOARD—Left to Right: Lindsay Harp, Lucy Travis Vance. Officers, Front Row, Left to Right: Bobbie Straub, Jeanine Ogletree. Second Row: Bubba McArthur, Buffy Beach, and John Fatheree. BRAD LAWRENCE Vice-President One of the outstanding features of the student government at the University of Mississippi is the Campus Senate. This organization is responsible for dealing with student affairs and acting as the medium of the students and the administration. Resolutions and bills brought before the senate are debated, voted upon, and if passed, are presented to the proper authority for approval. The senate approves cabinet appointments that the president of the Associated Student Body makes and sponsors ASB elections. The, vice-president of the student body presides over the senate meetings, which are held every other Tuesday night. Hard work, intelligence, and leader- ship characterize the senators who are elected to represent each of the Greek fraternities, dormitories, districts of Vet-Village, and the day students. The Vice-President, Brad Lawrence, and the Jeanine Ogletree, of the ASB serve as and Clerk of the Senate. The President Pro Tem., Buffy Beach, and the Sergeant at Arms, John are elected by the Senate. The Chaplain, Bobbie Straub, and Parliamentarian, Bubba McArthur, are appointed by the president. First Row: Bob Barton, Buffy Beach, David Biggs, Andy Branscome, Dan Brock, Beverly Brooks, Cecil Brown, Nancy Coursey. Second Row: Sporty Dabbs, Allen Fredd, Billy Chris Green, Bill Gunn, Kaye Hankins, Susan Heyward, Russell. Johnson. Third Row: Mimi Jones, Sarah Kimbrough, George Kleier, Horace Lester, Vicky Love, Van Lucas, Sally McDonnell, Bill McGlathery. Fourth Row: Tom McRee, Jerry Marlar, John Maxey, Velia Mayer, Archie Medley, Wayn e Monroe, Robert Montjoy, Lanny Outlaw. Fifth Row: Gene Peresich, Ellen Pfister, Lewis Powell, Betty Price, Robert Jerry Riggs, Bo Roberts, Brenda Rush, Don Scott. Sixth Row: Julie Smith, Kendrick Smith, Sherry Taylor, Ernest Thomas, Alan Tidwell, Jill Watson, Tobey Winston, Helen Wood, Allen Yates, Not Pictured: Billy Floyd Brown, John Fatherree, Bubba McArthur, Ed Noble, Ed Perry, Gary Roberson, Freddy Roberts, Bobby Straub, Eric Streed, Bill Yoste. Front Row: Ann Puckett, Judicial Chairman; Carol Waits, President; Sydney Johnson, Vice-President. Second Row: Marianna Littlejohn, Secretary Judicial Council; Shirley Payne, Secretary Executive Council; Peggy Sava ge, Treasurer. The purpose of the Associated Women Students is to help regulate the activities of the women students, In whole hearted cooperation with the Dean of Women and all administrative officals, the AWS tries to co- ordinate the activities of its various branches with those of other women student organizations of the ASB. The AWS, composed of every woman student on campus, is a self-governing organization headed by an Executive Council of six officers, elected by popular vote and a Judicial Council composed of one appointed representative from each class. Each residence hall elects a House Council con- sisting of a president, secretary, treasurer, and two representatives from each floor. The Judicial Council, is responsible for the enforcement of dormitory and sorority regulations. A Legislative Council, made up of dormitory and sorority house presidents and secre- taries, formulates these regulations, subject to the approval of the Dean of Women. The President ' s Council, composed of the dormitory and sorority house presidents, meets once a week with the AWS Presi- dent to discuss common problems. Carol Waits Sydney Johnston Shirley Payne Peggy Savage Ann. Puckett Marianna Littlejohn CAROL WAITS, PRESIDENT ASSOCIATED WOWEN STUDENTS First Row: Dottie Akin Martha Aldridge Karen Clifford Judy Coursey Second Row: Liz Dexter Elaine Downer Jo Edmondson Donna Ruth Else Third Row: Gay Etter Stephanie Gratz Sharon Green Sue Griffin Fourth Row: Neal Hall Carolyn Kerr Marianna Littlejohn Judy Nelson Fifth Row: Shirley Payne Ann Puckett Ann Rogers Elizabeth Sartor Sixth Row: Judi Simpson Susan Thomas Anne Tomlinson MARTHA HAMILTON Editor-in-Chief The editing of the Ole Miss Yearbook is a task which requires much imagination, coordination, and hard work. The position of annual editor is one which should not be taken lightly for only under the direc- tion of a capable leader can the work of such a large organization be carried on. Martha Hamilton, the first female in twenty-five years to successfully carry out the job of editor of the Ole Miss, has indeed done a fine job in her efforts to give us a bigger and better yearbook. Martha championed the position and managed to emerge sane even after the many hours of frustration. There were deadlines to meet pictures to take, and appoint- ments to make. There was excitement and anticipation at the Parade of Favorites and Beauties. And, finally, there was that feeling of relief when the last section was packed up and sent to the printer. It has been a wonderful experience for us, as staff members, to watch the steady development of the yearbook. We sincerely hope that this issue will enhance your memory of the year 1963-1964. First row: William Nichlas, Bob Bunnell. Second row: Sylvia Bradley, Marshall Bennett. Third row: Griffin Harrell, Buddy Stewart. Fourth row: John Todd. FLOYD MELTON Business Manager MARTHA HAMILTON FLOYD MELTON WILLIAM NICHOLAS BOB BUNNELL MARSHALL BENNETT GRIFFIN :HARRELL SYLVIA BRADLEY SUE ELLEN HABER BASS SANDY BOWEN Administrative GLENDA RAWSON JUDY FLORIAN PATTI RAY SARA MIEHER MARION BLACK BUDDY STEWART ED HAYMEN DALTON DIAMOND JOHN TODD . First row: Sara Mieher, Patti. Ray. Second row: Sandy Bowen, Glenda Rawson. Third row: Marion Black, Judy Florian. Fourth row: Edwin Hayman. Not pictured: Sue Ellen Bass, Dalton JOHN CORLEW Editor-in-Chief DON DELINE Business Manager With accurrate coverage and an ever searching eye for the truth, the members of the Mississippian staff set to work editing each edition of the paper. The staff is divided into two parts—the editorial section and the business section. Editor-in-Chief is John Corlew, and Don Deline serves as Business Manager. Editor Corlew is in charge of the actual production of the paper while Don Deline keeps the finance end straight. The staff members spend hours each day writing, proofreading, and typing to insure the readers of the Mississippian that the facts are up-to-date and inter- esting. The paper is printed by the students without censorship or control by any group other than its student editorial staff. It is open to any criticism from the public, and through its editorials any individual may voice his opinion. The Mississippian is indeed important to the stu- dents at Ole Miss. It serves not only as a daily ac- count of the events on campus, but also as a memo- randum of the school year. John Corlew Don Deline Joe Lee Katherine Webb Ralph Hemphill Jerry Ruth Nix Billy Gunn Julie Smith Hal McClanahan Nan Harbour Bettye Simmons Dick Wilcox Tommy Houston Tommy Ford Danny Roy Donnie Jones Jimmy Milam James Day KATHERINE WEBB JOE LEE Associate Editor Managing Editor ELLIS NASSOUR Chairman ASB Social Affairs The Department of Social Affairs, headed this year for the second time by Ellis Nassour, is one of the most vital departments in the operation of the ASB. The essential purpose of the department is to provide popular college-level entertainment for Ole Miss This year the Concert Committee and Talent Night Committee have officially been made a part of the department. The Concert Committee sponsors and helps stage the appearances of such stars as Peter Nero, Julie London and other top-ranked entertainers at Ole Miss. The Movie Committee has been extremely active this year bringing many outstanding productions to Ole Miss. Five of the best European movies were brought to the campus for their Mississippi premiere. The purpose of the Talent Night Committee is to stage Showboat Night which is for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund. Under the Dance Committee come such activities as the Homecoming Dance, Dixie Week Dance and others. Entertainment assumes an important place in the lives of the University set, and the committees in the department work hard to get the very best available for all students at Ole Miss. Concert Committee Front Row: Corky Perlstein; Tom Smith, Co-chairman; Bob Metz, Chairman; Lloyd Hogue. Second Row: Dickie Lee, Ann Tomlinson, Sydney Johnson, Agnes Banchetti, Secretary. MOVIE COMMITTEE—Front Row: Eddie Hayword, Chairman; Lynn. Northupe, Co-Chairman; Bob Brenner, Co-Chairman. Second Row: Diane West, Jonell Ray, Ann Killingsworth, Secretary; Jim White. Third Row: Hal Trotter Jones; Lucy Burt; Sandy Schutz; Barbara Harmon. Not Pictured: Martha Dunn and Gene Taylor. TALENT NIGHT COMMITTEE—Front Row: Mike Nash; Cecil Brown; Horace Lester; Richard. Field; Charles Mullins; Ed Rester. Second Row; Jane Bigger; Chris Green, Co-Chairman; Lucy Gerhart, Co-Chairman; Carolyn Carrington; Katherine Abraham, Secretary. Not Pictured; Dance Committee: Nancy Coursey, Secretary; Becky Reed; Ray Mitchell, Co-Chairman; Troy Mashburn, Chairman; Gordon Schaffer; and Joyce Rousseau. Alex A. Alston, Jr. ... Fred E. Moss Richard B. Wilson .... Jeremy Eskridge Charles R. Davis Hampton W. Glover Joseph D. Gordon, Jr. Richard D. Foxworth . The Mississippi Law Journal is a legal periodical published four times each year by the Mississippi State Bar, the faculty, and the students. The Editorial Board and Staff is composed of stu- dents in the School of Law chosen by the faculty for scholarship and ability in the field of legal writing. The student notes consist of carefully prepared of recent important decisions and of exhaustive comments upon selected legal problems. The Journal contains leading articles on legal topics, state bar proceedings, student notes, and book reviews. A symposium issue, which deals with some phase of Mississippi law, is usually published in August. Mr. Robert K. Rushing serves as faculty advisor for the Journal. First Row: Charles Bratt, Thomas Coleman, Charles Davis. Second Row: Henry Davis, Joe Dehmer, William Dye. Third Row: Jeremy Eskridge, Roger Flynt, Richard Foxworth. Fourth Row: Hampton Glover, Joe Gordon, Sam Knowlton, Fred Moss. Fifth Row: Taylor Smith, Marler Stone, Jay Travis, Dick Wilson. Not Pictured: Alex Alston, W. P. Starnes. The purpose of the Moot Court program is to give students experience and training in conducting in courts, in actual practice, and in the handling of general office matters. The Moot Court Board, of students chosen on the basis of their scholastic record, is appointed by the faculty. It is formulated and conducted to give students experience in following procedural rules as established by law in Mississippi, and to apply substantive law to a given factual Students participate in both trial and appellate work, interviewing clients and witnesses, preparing appellate briefs, and conducting courtroom arguments. Justices in appelate cases consist of one faculty mem- ber and two senior law students, and a well-known practicing attorney usually sits as judge in trial cases. The Chairman of the Moot Court Board is Hassell H. Whitworth and Professor Joel W. Bunkley serves as Faculty Advisor. First Row: Leigh Allen, Dudley Bridgeforth, Ike Collins. Second Row: Glen Davidson, Tom Harvey, Jim Higginbotham. Third Row: Bill Holmes, Reuben Houston, Stennis Little. Fourth Row; Robert Mills, Hubert Stephens, Champ Terney. Fifth Row: Ben West. Not Pictured: Dave Bramlette, G. N. Jones, Scott Welsch, H. H. Whitworth, THE OLE MISS COACH Claude M. (Tad) Smith, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jeff K. Hamm, Business Manager of Intercollegiate Athletics John Reed Holley, Assistant Director of Intercollegiate Athletics John Howard Vaught, Head Coach of Intercollegiate Athletics The Rebel Coaching Staff for 1963-64, left to right, kneeling: Wes (Doc) Knight, J. W. Davidson, Tom. K. Swayze, Robert W. Mustin, and Edward S. Crawford. Standing: James Poole, John L. Cain, John H. Vaught, Ray S. Poole, Frank Kinard, and Roland Dale. The Ole Miss coaching staff, one of the most success- ful ever assembled, has been a unique featcre among coaching organizations. It not only has to its credit its success in carrying out many winning seasons, but also the longevity with which the group has held together at the University. Eight of its eleven members are gradu- ated of the University of Mississippi. Coach John Howard Vaught, head coach since he be- gan his coaching duties at the University in 1947, has become one of the most successful coaches in the history of collegiate football. The 1963 Conference Championships make Vaught the coach with most victories in SEC histor y. Since Vaught ' s regime took over in 1947, they have been responsible for bringing about 137 victories, 32 de- feats, and nine ties. Vaught ' s record in the SEC is 75-22- 7. The bowl record is 7-4 including four straight Sugar Bowl victories. Assisting Coach Vaught have been ten well-qualified assistants. Serving with him are Frank M. (Bruiser) Kinard, who is offensive line coach. During his playing days he was an All-American tackle on the 1936-37 squad, All-Pro in 1938-39-40-41-44-46, and an all-time All-American and an All-Southeastern selection. He has been on the staff since 1948. Other assistants are James E. (Buster) Poole, line coach defensively, Ole Miss 1937; Johnny Cain, offensive backfield coach, Alabama, 1933; John A. (Junie) defensive backfield coach, Ole Miss, 1942; J. W. (Wobble) Davidson, assistant coach, Ole Miss 1947; Ray S. Poole, assistant coach Ole Miss 1947; Roland. H. Dale, end coach Ole Miss, 1950; Edward S. Crawford, Assistant coach and basketball coach, Ole Miss, 1957; and Billy Mustin, 1950. Thomas K. Swayze, Ole Miss 1933, is contact representative and baseball coach. Wesley (Doc) Knight, Springfield 1935, is athletic trainer. Another Ole Miss graduate, Billy Sanders, class of 1952, is the equipment manager. An Alabama runner is racked up by the Ole Miss forward wall. The Ole Miss secondary moves up to make one of the many tackles required of them. Allen Brown makes a spectacular catch although out of bounds. An Ole Miss back is up-ended after one yard. Alabama ' s Davis kicks the first of four record-shattering field goals as Kenny Dill makes a valiant effort to block. The Ole Miss Rebels met stiff opposition in New Orleans on New Year ' s Day from Alabama in the 30th annual mid-winter sports classic as the Crimson Tide defeated the Rebels 12-7. Arriving in New Orleans in the midst of a record snowfall, the Rebels were a pre-game pick to win another of their post-season games. The Rebels matched the elements for three periods with a of fumbles and ineffective play up front, but made a tremendous come back in the final period to come close to victory, but not quite. The defeat was the third for the Rebs in the Sugar Classic against four wins. Two records were set in the game, one by each side. Alabama ' s Tim Davis set a new Sugar Bowl record for the most field goals kicked in a single game with the four kicks coming from 31, 46, 22, and 48 yards. Ole Miss ' s record came in a not-so-noteworthy fashion. The Rebs fumbled the ball eleven times, losing it six. The loss was the first for Ole Miss since the 1962 Cotton Bowl, but it threw a cloud over their 1963 SEC Championship. Alabama finished third in the final con- ference standings behind the Rebs and Auburn. Mike Dennis was the Reb ' s top ground gainer with 37 yards in seven carries. Dunn had 27 in six and Roberts 12 in 12. In the air Dunn completed eight of 10 passes for 125 yards and Weatherly three of 11 for 46 yards. Dave Wells was the top receiver with 76 in four, Smith had two for thirteen, Dennis had two for 29 while Roberts, Petty and Wilkins all took one. The Reb line was constantly held in check by a smaller but determined Alabama line and it was not until the closing period that the Reb line looked the part of the champions of the SEC. A pass from Perry Lee Dunn to Larry Smith that was for five yards and six points in the fourth period climaxed a 74-yard drive that took only nine plays. Billy Carl Irwin added the point and Reb fans were arroused from their disappointment of the game only to have their hopes shattered when two more fumbles killed their final chance of scoring. In the closing moments, the score board tells the tale to the Ole Miss fans. Front Row, Left to Right: 10—Perry Lee Dunn, QB, Natchez; 12—Jim Weatherly, QB, Pontotoc; 15—Bob Bailey, QB, Jackson; 16—Mike Nelson, QB, Kosciusko; 19—Jimmy Heidel, QB, Yazoo City; 20—Mike Dennis, TB, Jackson; 22—Larry Smith, WB, Jackson; 24—Billy Sumrall, TB, Laurel; 25—Wayne Harris, TB, Clarksdale; 30—David Wells, TB, Madisonville, Ky.; 32—Billy Clay, WB, Jackson. Second Row: 51—Ray Bedingfield, C. Pontotoc; 33—Larry Johnson, WB, Forest; 34—Johnny Champion, TB, Charleston; 40— —ohnny Richardson, FB, Morton; 41—Buck Randall, FB, 42—Fred Roberts, FB, Morton; 43—Ray Morgan , WB, Grenada; 44—Frank Kinard, FB, Oxford; 45—John Metz, FB, Memphis, Tenn.; 50—Kenny Dill, C, West Point. Third Row: 21—Dave Jennings, TB, Ripley, Tenn.; 52—Robert Upchurch, C, Jackson; 60—Rollo Moses, RG, Yazoo City; 64— Rodney Mattina, LG, Biloxi; 65—Don Windham, RG, 66—James Mike Nelson, LG, Pascagoula; 67—Stan RG, Newton; 68—Bobby Robinson, LG, McComb; 70— Cecil Ford, RT, Taylorsville; 71—Joe Dean, LT, Tuscaloosa; 72—Bob Aldridge, LT, Greenwood. Fourth Row: 73—Whaley Hall, LT, Trussville, Ala.; 74—James Harvey, RT, Forest; 77—Kenny Smith, LT, Richton; 78—Jim Thaxton, LT, Greenwood; 80—Allen Brown, LE, Natchez; 81— Teed Davis, RE, Morton; 82—Joe Wilkins, LE, New Albany; 83—Roy Heidel, RE, Yazoo City; 84—Joe Pettey, LE, Meridian; 85—John Maddox, RE, Magee; 87—Billy Carl Irwin, LE, Redwood; 90—Frank Lambert, RE, Hattiesburg. The 1963 University of Mississippi varsity football squad became in. September a strong national con- tender with high pre-season ratings. The stubborn opposition of Memphis State dropped the Rebs from their initially high rating but it was later partially regained after a couple of impressive wins. As always is the case, Coach Johnny Vaught almost completely rebuilt his team after graduation losses took their usual toll. The only holdovers of the 1962 " first fifteen " were Perry Lee Dunn and Buck Randall from the full back corps, Reed Davis at end, Bobby Robinson at left guard and Dave Jennings at tail back. Dunn drew a quick return to quarterback, a position familiar to him in high school and his frosh and sopho- more seasons. From the start to finish, injuries affected virtually every position. Two regulars were forced to withdraw because of their injuries—Dave Jennings and Buck Randall—and did not play the rest of the season after withdrawing early in the season. Vaught anchored his front wall around senior Reed Davis at right end, Whaley Hall and Cecil Ford at the tackles, and Kenny Dill at center. They were joined by juniors Allen Brown at left end and Robinson at left guard, and Stan Hindman, a sophomore, at right guard. Allen Brown (80) grabs a short toss. In the backfield, top Rebs at the start were Dunn, and Jim Weatherly at quarterback, Randall and Fred Roberts at fullback, and wingback. Other key players of the season were Larry Johnson, defensive wingback, Billy Clay at offensive wingback, Jimmy Heidel at quarterback; the last three players all being sophomores. The varsity squad under the direction of the fine coaching staff finished the season undefeated although surrendering two ties, and played well enough to collect a fifth Southeastern Conference Championship and an " annual " trip to the Sugar Bowl. September 21, 1963—Coming into their initial game of the 1963 season the Ole Miss Rebels were favored by a least two touchdowns. The Memphis State Tigers pulled together to keep the Rebels scoreless but even then failed to tally any points themselves. The 0-0 deadlock was the first shutout administered to the Host of Rebels halt the Tigers progress. Rebels since bowing to L.S.U. 044 in November of 1958. The game was a defensive battle all the way. Even with the Rebels having a first down on the seven-yard line of Memphis State, they still could not come up with a score. Billy Sumrall and Jim Weatherly were the top ground gainers with Perry Lee Dunn completing eight of twelve passes for 93 yards. One clown, three to go on a Weatherly advance. Jimmy Weatherly throws the ball as Rodney Mattina throws a block. Larry Smith (22) hauls in a TD pass against Kentucky. Speedster Mike Dennis (20) eludes Cats. September 28, 1963—After being held scoreless the week, before, the Ole Miss Rebels rebounded against Kentucky and came up with four touchdown passes to contribute to their 31-7 win in. Lexington, Kentucky. Quarterback Perry Lee Dunn launched three passes for scores with junior Jim Weatherly throwing for the other touchdown. End Billy Carl Irwin contributed seven points himself with a field goal and four con- version kicks. Though not scoring by land, the Ole Miss running backs piled up 223 well-scattered yards, headed by Freddy Roberts with 36, Weatherly 27, Mike Dennis 22, and Larry Smith 21. Ole Miss, beating Kentucky for the 11th time in the last 13 years, completely checked the Wildcat rushing with just 28 yards allowed. A Houston defender bows to a Rebel Fullback. Rebel Quarterback gropes for yardage. Perry Lee Dunn (10) cuts left to evade defenders. October 5, 1963—The Rebels marched to a neat 20-6 victory over the Houston Cougers. After a long drive by the Cougers Ole Miss took possession of the ball on the Reb 28 and marched to a touchdown in just 10 plays. In the second quarter, the Cougers made their lone score. Following a fumble recovery and a pass inter- ference penalty, Houston crossed the goal on a pass from the one yard line. Ole Miss came out fighting in the second half. Re- ceiving the kickoff, the Rebs marched 50 yards in 10 quick plays and took to the air for the score with a pass play from Dunn to Dennis. Irwin then missed his first conversion of the year. Following an interception by Heidel, Ole Miss drove into position for a field goal, which missed to the right. The final score was completed by a flip pass to Dennis, which he carried 22 yards to make the Rebs ' third TD. Reb. Quarterback finds Allen Brown (80) an open receiver. Mike Dennis sweeps end against the hapless Tulane defense. Reed Davis (81) outleaps a Green Wave defender. October 19, 1963—The Rebels never gave the Tulane Green Wave a chance in grinding out their 21-0 win. On the second time they gained ball possession, the Rebels rambled 59 yards in six plays with the final payoff a three-yard rollout by Dunn around right end and into the end zone. Fifty seconds before the half, tackle Cecil Ford blocked a Tulane punt and Ole Miss took over on the Tulane 8. The Rebs tried four running plays but got no closer than the Wave 2. Returning after the half, with new vigor Ole Miss marched from the kickoff to a touchdown in 8 plays, finishing with a one yard sneak by Dunn over the goal. Billy Carl Erwin converted for all three touch- downs. Following a series of fumbles and an interception, Ole Miss again gained possession of the ball and Weatherly threw to Dennis for a touchdown on the first play, bringing the score to 21-0, where it re- mained until the final gun. Green Wave action stopped by Allen Brown (SO). Quarterback Jimmy Weatherly sneaks for yardage. October 26, 1963—The Ole Miss Rebels looked the part of S.E.C. Champions at the start of the game but slacked off during the second half in a win over by a score of 21-7. Playing before a Homecoming audience of some 21,- 000, the Rebels started on their victory with a 66-yard touchdown march. Jim Weatherly scored from the one and put the Rebs ahead 7-0. Connecting for the extra point was Billy Carl Irwin. In the second quarter, Perry Lee Dunn fired a 32- yard pass to Wingback Billy Clay in the end zone to put the Rebs up seven more points, with Irwin again adding the extra point with his kick. Sophomore Mike Dennis, for the third touchdown, went over from the one yard line after a fine 43 pass- run play from Weatherly to Dennis the previous play. In the first half, Vandy ' s deepest penetration was to the Ole Miss 40. They netted one first down in the first half. After the crowning of Miss Nancy Coursey as 1963 Homecoming Queen, the game progressed on a more even scale with Vanderbilt gaining eight additiona l first downs to Ole Miss ' six and a touchdown. It was the first time the Commodores had scored on the Rebels since 1954. The Rebels ' fourth touchdown came on a 13-yard pass from Perry Lee Dunn to Tailback Billy Sumrall. Irwin again added the extra point. Mike Dennis (20) receives a handoff from Jimmy Weatherly (12). Perry Lee Dunn (10) finds protection behind Freddie Roberts (42). November 2, 1963—Annually since 1958, Ole Miss and LSU had staged Dixie ' s " Game of the Year, " and 1963 was not to be an exception. Ole Miss was a four-point favorite, and Ole Miss won—with a shocking score of 37-3 before a national television audience. From tackle Whaley Hall ' s blocking of a Bengal quick kick on the first series of scrimmage plays and a 13-yard Reb insert for a 7-0 lead, LSU was seldom a driving factor and was never in control of game developments. It was the fattest Ole Miss point margin in a 52-game series which dates back to 1894. The outcome was the shocker of the year on the na- tional level, all factors considered. Ole Miss netted 233 yards by land, LSU netted 78. Ole Miss, rarely in need of the pass, totaled 110 ya rds by air with eight on-target aerials. Hall turned the first page when he blocked Danny Neumann ' s punt at the LSU 24 and Reed Davis cov- ered at the 13. Perry Lee Dunn, whose running out of the T-slot was never solved, ran for nine and two yards and FB Freddie Roberts charged across for the first of his three touchdowns. The score was 20-3 at the half. It was 30-3 after three periods. Rebel third teamers played the final 20 minutes. Not since 1956 and 46-17 had Ole Miss had it so good in Baton Rouge. Reb scoring advances spanned 13, 72, 32, 33 (field goal), 50 and 49 yards. There was one aerial touch- down, Weatherly throwing to Billy Carl Irwin for 23 yards and the third TD. And Weatherly added the final touchdown with a 3-yard turn of right end. Reed Davis (81) rolls against Tigers. Another Tiger bites the dust. Jimmy Weatherly tallies six points in Tiger Stadium. November 9, 1963—Tampa was beaten 41-0 in what several wire services and area journals called a classic mismatch—but regardless of this, Tampa proved to be costly. Bobby Robinson, the starting left guard, was knocked out for the remainder of the season—Tennessee and Mississippi State. And Perry Lee Dunn, the top hand at quarterback, had his left hand cleated on the opening kickoff and was not to play against Tennessee on offense. The Rebels led 13-0 after two second-period touch- downs, 20-0 after three chuckers, then. 41-0 for the final margin. Scoring parades spanned 34, 70, 45, 70, 31, and 39 yards. Touchdowns were registered by, in order: Dave Wells, on a 2-yard pass from. Jim Weatherly; tailback Mike Dennis, on a 5-yard pass from Perry Lee Dunn; tailback Billy Sumrall, on an 8-yard pass from Jimmy Heidel, and Wells, on a 7-yard pass from Weatherly. Billy Carl Irwin kicked five of six goals. Dunn completed 10 of 17 passes for 128 yards. Weatherly completed seven of nine for 73. The yardage bulge was 408 to 78. Seven of the 10 Reb aerial targets handled two catches apiece. Fullback Frank Kinard ' s 65 yards on 11 carries was high. jimmy Heidel jumps and throws. Dunn (10) decides to run against Tampa. Timmy " the Hurdler " Heidel jumps again. Perry Lee Dunn (10) leaps for a pass in a fine defensive effort. Frank Kinard crashes over left tackle for two yards and a touchdown. Jimmy Weatherly (12) picks up valuable yardage. November 16, 1963—Ole Miss struck for a touch- down in each of the first three periods and gave Ole Miss its sixth win of the season 20-0 against the Tennessee Vols. Jim Weatherly, replacing Dunn at Quarterback for most of the game, passed the Wingback Larry Smith for 33-yards and the games ' first touchdown. Billy Carl Irwin added the extra point with his kick. The second time the Rebels got their hands on the ball, they marched 80 yards in 13 plays from the second touchdown with Fullback Freddy Roberts carrying the ball across on a two-yard plunge. The Rebs threatened several more times before the half but were unable to score. The first time in possession of the ball in the third. quarter, Jimmy Heidel raced 24 yards on a punt re- turn to the Vol 22 and from there, the Rebels grinded out their third score. Fullback Frank Kinard got the assignment this time and carried for the touchdown from two yards out. The attempt for conversion failed. Top ground gainer was Mike Dennis with Larry Smith being the top receiver. The Vols were more spirited than any other faced this year on offense and finished the game with only 15 yards less than that compiled by the Rebs. The Rebels tough defense at the right times kept the Vols from scoring. Mike Dennis picks up valuable yardage through the State line. Bulldogs fill the gap as Fred Roberts arrives. The Cinderella team of the Southeastern Conference with great help from a 30 mph wind struggled the Rebels to a 10-10 deadlock in the Magnolia Classic. Ole Miss, playing at Starkville, scored first and last after leading the Bulldogs 7-0 after a quarter and 7-3 at half. Billy Carl Irwin ' s fieldgoal locked the game at a standoff with 3 minutes and 10 seconds left in the game. The Rebels had won their sixth Southeastern Conference Championship. Ole Miss wasn ' t at full strength with three starters and one first alternate on the sidelines, with the guid- ing hand at quarterback still a semi-casualty, and with two members of the original backfield benched by injuries. The hard wind curtailed the Rebel ' s aerial game, but they were windblown in the beginning and Jim Weatherly took advantage to register the opening TD. He climaxed an 80-yard parade with a pass to Mike Dennis on the State 1.7. Irwin added the conversion. Two 5-yard penalties set up State ' s first down; a push to the Ole Miss 31 gave the second. On the fourth down, Justin Canale booted with the wind, making a 49-yard fieldgoal. With 10:15 left in the third quarter, a Burrell pass to Inman scored and with the conver- sion, State took the advantage of 10-7. The Rebel drive started 75 yards out. After 17 plays Ole Miss had fourth and goal on State ' s 3-yard line. At this point, Irwin was sent in to deadlock the game. " From start and finish, Ole Miss aerials were inter- cepted to set up Bulldog scoring chances. The Rebels denied them their chance every time. Dunn (10) pitches out to Mike Dennis (20). KENNY DILL — C — All-American; Football writers of America-Look Magazine (1); Associated Press (2); New York Daily News (2); United Press International (HM). All-Southeastern: Associated Press (1); United Press International. WHALEY HALL—LT—All-American: United Press International (2); Football Coaches Association (2); Associated Press (HM). All-Southeastern: Associated Press (1); United Press International (1). ALLEN BROWN—LE—All-American: N.E.A. Service (3); Associated Press (HM). All-Southeastern: Associated Press (1); United Press International. PERRY LEE Associated Press (HM). All- Southeastern: Associated Press (2); United Press International. STAN HINDMAN—RG—All-American: Associated Press (HM); United Press International (HM), All-Southeastern: United Press International (1); Press (2). Sophomore All- Southeastern; Associated Press (1). DONNIE KESSINGER All-Eastern Conference—Basketball: Coaches (1); Associated Press (1); United Press International (1); All- Southeastern Baseball, Associated Press, UPI. TOMMY KEYES — All-Southeastern Conference—Baseball: Western (1). The Ole Miss Baby Rebels began their intercollegiate action in 1963 by defeating the Vanderbilt freshmen 31-21. After jumping into a 19-point lead in the first half, the Ole Miss freshmen had to score a pair of touchdowns in a wild fourth period to stay ahead of a determined crew of Vanderbilt frosh. Quarterback Joe Graves, offensive ace for the Rebs, opened the scoring parade in the first period by tossing a 21-yard touchdown pass to End Hugh Potts with End Jimmy Keyes adding the lone Rebel extra point of the game after the score. Late in the first period Graves rolled out around end to p ick up the second score of the day. Charles Strong took the ball over for the Rebs in the Second period to give a 19-0 margin. Vanderbilt scored in the latter part of the second period with neither team being able to score in the third. In the fourth quarter both teams got a pair of touch- downs apiece, giving the Rebs a 31-21. victory. The Mississippi freshmen extended their wins to two straight following a 24-13 victory over the Louisianna State freshmen in Oxford. The Baby Rebels scored once in the air and twice on short plunges. End Jimmy Keyes connected for three extra points and a 33-yard field goal. Fullback Gary Randall bulled his way four yards for the Rebs ' first score early in the first period. Minutes Front Row: Buddy Wade, G, Memphis, Tenn.; George Alliston, G, Florence; Gary Randall, FB, Liberty; Butch. Coney, HB, Eddie Taylor, G, Vicksburg; Ronnie Robinson, HB, Laurel; Rocky Fleming, E, Laurel; Dick McDaniel, Alabama; Bill Matthews, HB, Scott; Steve Terracin, E, Greenville. Second Row: Paul Dottley, HB, McGehee, Ark.; Bill Lee, G, Winona; Charles Strong, QB, Rolling Fork; Buddy Lewis, C, Jackson; Jim Urbanek, T, Oxford; Benjy Nelken, T, Greenville; Sammy Graves, HB, Okolona; Bruce Dillingham, HB, Corinth; Doug later, Doug Cunningham crossed the goal line from eight yards out to give the Rebels a 14-0 first-quarter advantage. Louisiana State added a score in the second quarter with the Rebs countering with another score, this time on a 12-yard pass from quarterback Joe Graves to End Buntin Frame. Louisiana State added their second score minutes before the half, but shortly thereafter Jimmy Keyes kicked a 33-yard field goal to give the Rebs a game- winning 24-13 advantage. After leading 16-0 at the half, the Reb frosh lost to the Alabama freshmen in Tuscaloosa 17-16. The Reb scores came on a touchdown pass from. Joe Graves to James McCraney and Jimmy Teyes added a field goal and an extra point to the cause. Another Graves to McCraney pass brought about the other Reb score just as the half ended. In the Rebel frosh ' s final game of the season, they defeated arch-rival Mississippi State 23-15 at Hemingway Stadium. Sparked by the running and passing of quarterback Joe Graves and the all-round performance of tailback Doug Cunningham, the Baby Rebs overcame an early 7-6 deficit and stormed to their third win against one set. Graves scored two touchdowns and passed for a third while end Jimmy Keyes provided a field goal for the Reb scoring. Cunningham, HB, Louisville; Joey Kirkland, G, Jackson; James McCraney, HB, Laurel; Joe Graves, QB, Birmingham, Ala.; Stark King, QB, Mississippi. Third Row: Jerry Richardson, G, Vidalia, La.; Buntin Frame, HB, Greenville; Riley Nelson, HB, Hattiesburg; Jackie Holbrook, T, Sumrall; Bobby Hayes, HB, Huntingdon; Chip Stewart, T, Trussville, Ala.; Mike Graham, E, Natchez; Skipper Graham, FB, Metairie, La.; Jim Saul, E, Hattiesburg; Mike Swetland, G, Grenada; David Ray, C, Steens; Richard Peeples, C, Tallulah, La.; Ricky Ellzey, HB, Meridian. Director Lyle Babcock, assistant director Maynard Sell, Drum Major Tim Shaw, and student director Walter Johnson led the marching band to a successful season of performances and half-time shows. This group of approximatetly one hundred marching Rebels appeared on national television twice this year—at the Ole Miss—L.S.U. game and at the Sugar Bowl game. For the L.S.U. game, the band depicted the " Era of Casey Jones " with a rialroad show presentation using various props. The band portrayed the " Era of Jazz " in the Sugar Bowl game playing an assortment of music ranging from Dixieland to the Charleston. A parade is not complete without a band. So the Ole Miss band added luster and spirit to the Ole Miss student body as it lead hundreds of yelling Rebels to the town square in the Welcome Rebel Parade. During the year they marched in the Christmas parade in The band so closed the season by leading the Inaugural. Parade in Jackson. During April ' s concert season approximately 75 stu- dents performed for the concert in Fulton Chapel. The officers of concert band are Jimmy Rodchester, Watt Bryan, vice-president; John Jones; Kitty Skeen, and Eddie Beeman, councilmen. Robert Wilkins served as equipment manager and Jane Hammond and John Jones were librarians. Drum major Tim Jones and Fauncine Fairfield, drum majorette, lead the band in parade formations. The University of Mississippi Rebel Marching Band First Row: Janelle Furr, Alice Mitchell, Diane Christman, Becky Wilson, Betsy Henrich, Sara Howard, Brenda Rush, Genny Alexander. Second Row: Carolyn Posey, Faye Quick, Linda Lou Stone, Brenda Eaton, Jeannie Wiley, Fauncine Fairchild. The Rebel Band feature twirlers—Jeannell. Furr, Carol and Ginny Alexander. . The famous Ole Miss Rebelettes had another out- standing season this year. Such statistics as 196 tro- phies and 431 medals, not to speak of the 67 beauty titles and 10 twirling titles, and numerous campus ac- tivities are proof of the fame the Rebelettes have ac- claimed this year. The Rebelettes added color to the half time shows in their red sequin uniforms, as well as tradition with frequent appearances in their gray Confederate uni- forms. On trips you can ' t mistake the Rebelettes who are uniquely dressed in white blazers and black shirts and heels. The group has accompanied the band at all the foot- ball games this year. They have appeared at pep rallies, and on television at the Mississippi gubernatorial in- nauguration, the Sugar Bowl, and the L.S.U. football game. Their names and pictures have appeared in newspaper articles across the country as well. Choreography for the group was done by head and assistant drum majorette, Fancine Fairchild. The feature twirlers also are an added attraction to band. The chief spirit promoters on the University campus are the Ole Miss cheerleaders. This group is composed of eight people who are elected by the student body to serve during the coming year. During the year, the cheerleaders appear at each football game in which the Rebels play, conduct pep rallys, cheer at basketball games, and generally keep up the traditional Rebel spirit. The varsity are Marshall Bennett, head cheerleader, Tony Thaxton, Dick Marchbanks, Bubba McArthur, Moore, Diane Klyce, Sally Kate Winters, and Winn Skipper. Assisting the varsity cheerleaders are the freshman cheering team selected by the freshman class. Jere Gibert, Patsy Puckett, Lassie Cook, Jean Kinard, Bill Yoste, Bill Raines, and Ernest White performed their duties by giving a cheer or two at the various games and rallys. The untiring devotion of these two groups to the " fight to fame " call of the Rebels in leading ardent fans helped to put Ole Miss again among the top ten teams in the nation. The Ole Miss cheerleaders lead the Rebels on to the field toward victory. Top Row: Sally Kate Winters, Dianne Klyce, Marjorie Moore, Winn Skipp er. Bottom Row: Dick Marchbanks, Tony Thaxton, Marshall Bennett, Bubba McArthur. THE 1963-1964 OLE MISS BASKETBALL SQUAD—Left to right, Front Row: Donnie Kessinger (23), G, Sr., Forrest City, Ark.; Glenn Lusk (31), G, Soph., Muldraugh, Ky.; Jack Gayden (45), G, Soph., Nashville, Tenn.; Eddie Dunn (35), G, Soph., Atlanta, Ga.; Spencer Schreiter (21), G, Soph., Forrest Hill, Miss.; Charles Huf tstatler (41), F, Soph., Ingomar, Miss. Back Row: Bob Kreilein (44), F, Jr., Jasper, Ind.; Fred Stanley (42), F, Soph., Shubuta, Miss.; John Partridge (34), C, Soph., Anna, Ill.; Ron Davidson (33), C, Sr., Denver, Colo.; Mickey Williams (22), F, Soph., Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Ronald Steinhart (32), F, Jr., Ireland, Ind. Glen Lusk sinks two against State. The University of Mississippi ' s 1963-64 basketball team capped off its best season in the last four years by downing archrival Mississippi State for the second time this season by a score of 77-75 .The Rebels had previous- ly defeated the Maroons 77-75 in their earlier encounter this season. The Rebels ' win was enough to earn them a 7-7 break- even report in the SEC and give them seventh place in the final standings. This season was the first time that the Rebels had beaten State on their home court since 1955 and it was the first time since 1952 that the Rebels had taken both games of the two-game series. The Rebels won four of their last five games, defeating Georgia 81-72, Florida 97-91, and Tulane 63-62, then losing to football rival L.S.U. 86-80. Two-time All-SEC guard Donnie Kessinger ' s 23 points against the Maroons sent his seasonal total in 22 games to 516 points, his third straight " 500 " campaign for a new varsity record. Donnie finished his collegiate career with the distinction of again being named to the UPI and AP All-SEC first team. He was also named to the District 3A All-American Team. Among the numerous records that Donnie Kessinger broke are included Joe Gibbions ' all-time scoring record, most field goals, the most games played, and he was the first Rebel ever to have three 300 point totals in SEC competition. Donnie Kessinger has also earned the undying admiration and respect of the students at Ole Miss. Center Ron Davidson finished out his collegiate career with a 21-point night to finish the season with a 14.9 point average. He also led the team ill rebounds with an average of 8.7 a game. Sophomores were counted on heavily during the sea- son with four of the eight having drawn starting berths. Guard Glenn Lusk was the third-highest scorer with a 13.5 point average. Other players were Jack Steinhart, who scored 65 points in his last four games, Guard Eddie Dunn, Bob Kreilien, injured during the season, Jim Bobe, Micky Williams, John Partridge, Fred Stanley, Spencer Schreiter, and Charles Huffstatler. Over-all, Ole Miss ' s 22-game report was 10-12. There was one overtime victory, a 59-58 decision over Auburn, and one overtime loss to Centenary 82-79 in the Gulf South tournament in Shreveport. Although the team did not win the conference championship, it did have a break-even record which is an improvement over past seasons. The building of the new Coliseum is expected to bring increased emphasis on basketball and, consequently, the outlook is certainly bright for the future. " Jumping " Jack Steinhart drives for a layup. A. lost ball usually caused a mad scramble. Donnie Kessinger gets ready to cut loose against State. Kessinger breaks through a " tight " State defense. " A good clean block " by a Centenary player. Donnie Kessingcr driving around a player from the " utter " University. The 1963 Rebel Baseball Team—First Row: Dennis Huffman, Richie Perkins, Robert Seidel, Rayborn Whitener, Billy Rodney Mattina, Casey Spear, Jerry Jones. Second Row: Freddy Roberts, Dave Jennings, Van Danaway, Charlie Merkel, Konnie Dessinger, Tommy Keyes, Richard. Almond, George Frank, Richie Prine. Third Row: Billy Lamb, Larry Frankie Lambert, Jan Adelman, Bobby Boyd, Jimmy Jones, Bill McGlathery, Bobby Robinson, Coach Tom. Swayze. Coach Swayze keeps a watchful eye over his charges. Although Mississippi ' s Johnny Rebs dropped their final baseball series and thereby the 1963 Southeastern Conference title, they emerged with one of the spring season ' s coveted. Championships, Coach Tom Swayze ' s Rebels vaulted from 1962 ' s fourth-place niche in capturing the SEC ' s Western Division pennant, their fifth since 1954. Aside from the championship years of 1960 (12-2), 1959 (10-3), and 1956 (13-3) and 1955 ' s flashy (10-3) returns, the 11-4, regular-season record topped every report compiled in post-war Conference action. Over-all, the 18-5 tab was shaded only by the 1960 (20-3) and 1955 (16-3) teams, and was even with 1956 (18-5) results. The Rebs were beaten by Eastern Champion Auburn in the three-game championship series, 7-6 on their own diamond, and 4-7 and 2-6 at Auburn. They thereby lost out in a bid for their third over-all SEC crown, after winning In 1959 and 1960. Tommy Keyes prepares to tag an Auburn runner. Auburn man just slides in under Siedell ' s pitch. Kessinger beats out another throw for a single. The 7-6 triumph over the Tigers extended Ole Miss ' SEC playoff string to five consecutive victories. The 5-4 win posted over LSU here April 20 was Coach Swayze ' s 200th since 1951, his first as Rebel head coach. His over-all co aching record was extended to 204-98 (.676) for all games played; 192-88 (.685) for all regular- season results, and 118-67 (.638) in scheduled. Conference results. The Rebs compiled one of their best campaign reports despite the fact six of a dozen mainstays—infielders, outfielders and catchers—were sophomores and four were juniors. And four of even front-line pitchere were sophomores. As a first baseman, Sophomore Tommy Keyes of Laurel set a new school record when he hit eight triples, tops inside the SEC for the season. As a pitcher he went 3-0, Was All-Southeastern. He hit .309 for the regular season, had five home runs and five doubles. All-Southeastern at shortstop for the second straight spring, Donnie Kessinger led the club in hitting with .371, in stolen bases with 15, and was a defensive whiz. He was a member of the NCAA District III all-star team as a sophomore. In addition to Kessinger and Keyes on the over-all All-Conference lineup, third baseman Dave Jennings, a sophomore, and left fielder Fred Roberts, a junior, claimed Western Division All-SEC berths. Outfielders Dennis Huffman and Roberts led in home runs with six each; Roberts collected seven doubles, outfielder Frank Lambert and Keyes had five apiece and Kessinger four. Kessinger had two triples, as did Lambert. Keyes leaps high in the air to prevent a pass ball. " Hey, you ' re not supposed to hit a man with glasses on! " The Ole Miss tennis team played in sixteen matches and two tournaments during the 1963 season. The over- all record was 9-7 against a 1-6 report with the SEC. The tennis team tied for second place at the Intercollegiate Tourney in Jackson. In Conference results, it scored 9-0 over Auburn and dropped to Alabama 0-9 and 1-8; Miss. State 1-8 and 1-8; Vanderbilt 3-6; and LSU 4-5. The Rebs gained victories over Illinois Wesleyan 4-3; Howard College 5-4; Memphis State 8-1, 6-3; Southwestern 7-2, 8-1; and Miss. College 8-1, 7-2. Tennis lettermen were Sydney Smith of Jackson; John (Rik) Billings of Wauwatosa, Wisc., Fred of Greenwood, Jerry Mason of Meridian, Joe of Gulfport, Ferrell Varner of Memphis, Ernest Lipscomb of Vicksburg, and Harvey Smallwood of Laurel. Members of the tennis team discuss tactics. Ole Miss Netmen on the 1963 Team are, Front Row: Sydney Smith, Fred Sandifer, Harvey Smallwood, and Jo Jo Salloum. Back Row: Ferrell Varner, Jerry Mason, Rick Billings, and Lip Lipscomb. The Ole Miss golf team posted a 5-3 matchplay record. The Rebels were 3-1 against Southeastern Conference opposition. Mississippi State in two decisions and LSU by 16-11 were beaten in Conference golf encounters. Vanderbilt scored a victory in Nashville. Memphis State was the only dual conquerer at 20-7 and 191 2-71 2. Van Lee, from Bastrop, La., won the 1963 Mississippi Intercollegiate title with Dave Nichols the runnerup. In team scoring the Rebs finished second by a stroke. Golf lettermen were Jimmy Hoppen of Bogalusa, La., Charles Graber of Yazoo City; Jimmy Whitten of Robert Genin of Bay St. Louis; Nichols and Lee. Practice and effort improves a team member ' s skill. THE 1963 REBEL GOLF TEAM: First row, left to right: Dave Nichols, Charles Graeber, Jimmy Whitten. Second row; Robert Genin, Van Lee, Jimmy Hoppen. The Ole Miss " M " Club of the University of is composed of those men who have partici- pated and lettered in one of the intercollegiate sports at the University. The sports in which a participant may receive a letter are football, basketball, baseball, track, and tennis. Only the members of the " M " Club are qualified to wear the Ole Miss " M " , which distinguishes these men as winners of the athletic award. The purpose of the club is to promote sports and sportsmanship at the University. Its members assist in the recruiting of high-school athletes for the The " M " Club ' s big project is the handling of the Spring football intra-squad game held each year in March. Another phase of the club ' s activities are the social events its sponsors during the year. Their main social event is the annual Christmas party. Larry Johnson, 1964 " M " Club President Larry Johnson Donnie Kessinger . Frank Lambert Kenny Dill Richie Perkins .... Jan Adelman .... Kitty Bryan " M " Club officers, left to right: Frank Lambert, Donnie Larry Johnson, and Jan Adelman. Miss Kitty Bryan, 1964 " M " Club Sponsor Jan Adelman Bo Aldridge Richard Almond Ray Betlingfield Bobby Boyd Allen Brown Charles Chilshom Billy Clay Ron Davidson Reed Davis Joe Dean Mike Dennis Kenny Dill Perry Lee Dunn C. A. Ford Charles Graeber Hardy Graham Whaley Hall James Harvey Jimmy Heidel Roy Heidel Larry Higginbotham Stan Hindman Dennis Huffman Dave Jennings Larry Leo Johnson Jerry Jones Jimmy Jones Donnie Kessinger Tommy Keyes Frank Kinard Bob Kreilein Frank Lambert Lip Lipscomb John Maddox Rodney Mattina Jerry Mason Sammie Moses James Nelson Joe Petty Buck Randall Ray burn Tommy Rice Fred Roberts Bobby Robinson Don Sheffield Kenny Smith Ralph. Smith Jack Steinhart Billy Sumrall Robert Upchurch Jimmy Weatherly Dave Wells Joe Wilkins Don Windham Jerry Worsham Not Pictured: Robert Genin, Billy Carl Irwin, Bill Lamb, Van Lee, Charles Merkel, Sam Owen, Richie Perkins, Fred Sandifer, Robert Siedel, Larry Smith, Casey Spear. Maurice (Corky) Perlstein Guff Abbott Jerry Dantone Lee Jordan Semmes Ross The Fraternity Intramural Council plans and directs all the intramural activities in which the social fra- ternities participate. The council is made up of two members from each of the sixteen social fraternities on campus. Among the duties of the Council are ar- ranging schedules, compiling of results, determining of eligibility of athletes, and interpretation of rules of all sports involved. The fraternity athletic season begins during the fall semester with touch football, which is probably the most hotly contested sport of all. During the remainder of the year the Greeks go out for basketball, bowling, softball, tennis, table tennis, and other sports. The fraternities are divided into two leagues for competition in team sports, then the league champions meet in a game to determine the over-all championship of that sport. Points are given for each victory in a major sport—basketball, football, softball and for each over-all championship in a minor sport. At the end of the year the points are tabulated and the intramural championship trophy is awarded to the fraternity with the highest number of points. MAURICE PERLSTEIN President First row: Guff Abbott, Bill Brumbaugh, Jerry Dantone, Ron Hanna, Lindsey Harp, Lee Jordan. Second row: Jean Larroux, Semmes Ross, Moe Mallette, Bud Moore. Not Pictured: Jimmy Cox, Pecky Furr, Ken. Lackey, Hal Sloas. Teamwork is the basis for victory. The attractive uniforms worn by players on the intermural court receive the envy of all. Wait! You ' re going the wrong way! Offensive players eagerly rush into the play, Alumni Association William H. Barbour, Yazoo City President Jack W. Barksdale, Jr., Jackson Vice-President Sam P. Carter, Quitman Athletic Committee Representative William S. Griffin, Oxford Director of Alumni Activities James N. Butler, Oxford C. William Price, Jackson .. Medical Alumni Secretary WILLIAM H. BARBOUR President Jackson D. Doty, Pontotoc James Hugh Ray, Tupelo Jesse NI. Elkin, Columbus Hugh. Clayton, New Albany Charles S. Tindall, Greenville W. E. Wilroy, Hernando Tom P. Brady, Brookhaven Dan Shell, Jackson Ted Russell, Pazoo City Fred Rogers, Meridian Wylie Kees, Magee Archie McDonnell, Meridian Dr. B. B. O ' Mara, Biloxi J. Boyce Holleman, Wiggins Frank D. Montague, Jr., Hattiesburg Mrs. Betty Gentry, Jackson Cullen Bedwell, Cleveland Billy H. Quin, Vicksburg Norman C. Brewer, Jr., Greenwood Lee Cossar, Leland Marion Smith, Natchez Miller P. Holmes, Yazoo City Pat D. Holcomb, Clarksdale Lr. James L. Royals, Jackson Dr. Temple Ainsworth, Jackson Dr. Wendell B. Holmes, McComb Dr. Jay McDuffie, Nettleton Clarence Morgan, Kosciusko Dr. Sam G. Mounger, Greenwood Guy Billups, Greenwood W. E. Howard, Laurel Mitchell Salloum, Jr., Gulfport Fred M. Glass, New York Robert I. Schwartz, Birmingham G. Norman Simpson, Memphis Dr. W. D. Beacham, New Orleans James T. Singley Orma R. Smith Mitchell S. Salloum R. Baxter Wilson Chester H. Curtis Carl McKellar S. Lyle Bates Frank E. Everett Sam P. Carter Otho R. Smith Thompson McClellan George Payne Cossar Harvey Lee Morrison Judge Taylor H. McElroy David Cottrell James McClure Dr. I. C. Knox Dr. W. E. Lotterhos Dr. Howard Nelson Dr. S. Lamar Bailey Lr. Frank Massengill Dr. James Grant Thompson JACK W. BARKSDALE, JR. SAM P. CARTER WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN JAMES N. BUTLER C. WILLIAM PRICE Vice-President Athletic Committee Director of Alumni Activities Alumni Secretary Medical Alumni Secretary Representative • The Alumni House was financed by contributions of the alumni of the University of Mississippi and a rev- enue bond issue which was presented to the University on October 20, 1951. It was dedicated to the memory of those alumni and former students who gave their lives in, the wars of their country. With the adjoining Mississippi Center for Continuation Study it has be- come a part of one of the most complete centers for adult education in the South. Each fall during the football season the Alumni House becomes a center of activity as former University of Mississippi students from all over the nation pour into Oxford to renew old friendships and cheer for the Rebel football team. New officers of the Alumni Association are installed each year at the annual Homecoming football game. ORGANIZATIONS John. Travis David. Hicks Mr. Tom Hines Gerald Blessey Mr. Roscoe Cross Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Washington and Lee University in the fall of 1914. It came to the Ole Miss campus in February of 1936 and had since become the outstanding honorary organization for men at the University. In order for a man to be considered for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, he must have a total of 20 or more points. A man receives points for the fol- lowing five activities: Scholarship, Athletics, Student Government, Publications and Speech, Music and Dramatic Arts. Omicron Delta Kappa also restricts its membership to only two per cent of the male stu- dent body. Although Omicron. Delta Kappa is primarily an honorary organization, it performs many services to the University and its students. The principal project is the forum series, sponsored in conjuction with Mortar Board, which brings nationally and inter- nationally known figures to the campus to speak on pertinent topics. First Row: Alex Alston, Stephen Beach, Leonard Blackwell, Gerald Blessey, Rees Bowen, Mike Carter, Travis Clark, Tom Cleveland. Second Row: Torn Coleman, John Corlew, Charles Davis, Dewey Garner, Hampton Glover, Torn Harvey, Jimmy Hudgins, Bruce Jayne. Third Row: Larry Johnson, Sam Knowlton, George McMullan, Troy Mashburn, Fred Moss, Van Moore, Alfred Nicols, Richard Parsons. Third Row: Jerry Reed, Johnny Richardson, Marcus Rush, Jimmy Russell, Champ Terney, John Travis, William Williams. Not Pictured: David Guyton, David Hicks, John Moore, Freddy Roberts, Fred Sandifer, Scott Welch, Hassell Whitworth, Dick Wilson. ODK members work to bring well-known speakers to the Uni- versity campus. MR. JOHN A. TRAVIS, President Jay Travis and Gerald Blessey schedule coming forums. Shirley Payne Ann Rogers Joan. Ebbing Laura Lynn McLemore Mary Lou Pace Betty Crouch Moss Mortar Board, a national honor society for senior women, was founded at Cornell University on 16, 1919, when four local honor sororities banded together with the purpose of promoting University loyalty, advancing the spirit of fellowship and service in University women, maintaining and encouraging leadership, and stimulating and developing the finest type of college women. At Ole Miss, Mortar Board continually maintains the high ideals set forth by its founders. Each spring, Mortar Board re-evaluates these ideals. Then, on Honor Day in Fulton Chapel, it taps new members accordingly. Throughout the year, Mortar Board joins with Omicron Delta Kappa in sponsoring the Omicron Delta Kappa-Mortar Board Forums. The forums bring to the University campus famous people who speak on pertinent subjects. First Row: Ann Biles, Carolyn Coney, Joan. Ebbing, Joyce Ebbing, Patricia Ellison, Harriet Harper, Lyn Hopkins. Second Row: Mary Deshazo Johnson, Carolyn Kerr, Diane Klyce, Laura McLemore, Betty Moss, Susan Neely, Carolyn Newman. Third. Row: Jeanine Ogletree, Mary Lou Pace, Shirley Payne, Ann Puckett, Ann Rogers, Jane Vaughn, Carol Waits, Beverly Young. Seated: Betty Moss, Ann Rogers, Shirley Payne, Mary Lou Pace. Standing: Joan Ebbing, Laura Lynn McLemore. MISS SHIRLEY PAYNE, President Selling calendars is one of Mortar Board ' s major projects. Skip Schulte Marcus Rush John Lile Jerry Kellum . One of the scenes from the University Players ' production of " The Imaginary Invalid. " The purposes of the University Players of the of Mississippi are " to perform as the working organization of the University Theatre, assisting the theater staff in all practical ways in the productions of the theater; to foster those activities which will lead to a greater understanding and appreciation of theater and its rewards; and to encourage varied participation on the part of its members in the tii, activities of the University. " Among the productions contributed to by players in 1963 were Take Her, She ' s Mine; Imaginary Invalid, Kiss Me Kate; The Caretakers; No Exit; The Sleep of Prisoners; Waiting for Godeaux. Prayers work in every phase of production. They borrow, buy, rent, and keep up with costumes, and furniture. They study outside of class to be able to apply make-up and create sound effects; they publicize productions, build and paint sets, and of course they act in the plays. Worthy credit has been given to this organization by a Mississippi play critic who has recently said that the best theatre in Mississippi at this time is found at its senior university. A scene from the University Players ' production of " Take Her, She ' s Mine. " The Players and the Music Department combine forces in " Rigoletto " More action en the set of " Take Her, She ' s Mine. " Randy Wall Ken Tucker, Belle Privette Jan Crouch, Jimmie Sue Walker Harley Tripp Don Anderson First Row: Frank Anderson, Jimmy Ainsworth, Lois Aldridge, Betty Jane Ball, Glenda Babb, Cheryl Bobbitt, Dick Brock, Margaret Brown, Olie Brown, William Bullard, Frances Bobby Canup. Second Row: Carolyn Carlton, Joanne Clark, June Clark, Karen Clifford, Richard Clinton, Barbara Cole, Carol Ann Conklin, Betty Cook, Billy Cook, John Corlew, Rayner Cromwell, Ransom Cross. Third Row: Judy Coursey, Glen Davidson, Drucilla Davis, James Davis, Gary Densing, Lee Densing, Dalton Diamond, John Doggett, Nancy Fredrickson, Sarah Garner, Wes Godwin, Sara Hammond. Fourth low: Barbara Harmon, Wallace Heggie, Katie Hester, Billy John Hill, Carolyn Kerr, Ann Killingsworth, Bill Lipscomb Ole Miss has many organizations of a religious nature for her student body. Among the largest is the Wesley Foundation, an organization for students who have the Methodist religion as a preference. The aim of the Wesley Foundation is to foster the social, moral, and spiritual needs of students by trying to create a greater personal relationship with God; and to strengthen ties with the church, made in youth, which assure full Christian maturity. Activities of t he Wesley Foundation include discus- sion groups, studies, worship, fellowship and recrea- tion. On Sundays, students have many different types of religious activities at their disposal. Monday through Friday from 5 to 5: 20 p.m. the group an evening prayer service on the third floor of the " Y " building. Friday at 7: 00 a.m. there is a Bible Study group planned by a student council which represents the group. lipscomb, Gail Livingston, Claude Locke, Harold McAlister, Mary Ann McDonald, John McLaurin. Fifth Row: Robert Mays, Susan Metcalf, Billy Moore, Marian Peacock, Sally Price, Wanda Price, Belle Privette, Glenda Rawson, Ann Rogers, Bill Rutledge, Elizabeth Scott, David Scharr. Sixth Row: Schackelford, Kenneth Tucker, Carole Walker, Jimmie Sue Walker, Randy Wall, Clifford Webber, James Wheeler, Sally Kate Winters, Not Pictured: Fred Abney, Mike Arnold, Bill Atkinson. George Boyles, Bobby Camp, Corley Terrell, Jan Crouch, Basil Jones, Bill Rogers, Chip Shapley, Jane Simpson, Judi Simpson, Jimmy Dee Sisk, Fred Strickland, Katherine Webb. A group of students attend evening devotion. Singing is an important part of every program„ Wesley provides fellowship and inspiration. First Row: James Bomboy, R. E. Branch, Nancy Coursey, Clyde Ellis, David Guyton. Second Row: Gretta Guyton, George McMullan, Dianne Perry, Robert Phillips, James Third Row: James Wallette. Not Pictured: Herbert Alexander, Jimmy Cox, Harold Hudson, Robert McRaney, James Megehee, June Powell, James Speck, Fred Wells. George McMullan James Bomboy Nancy Coursey David. Guyton Pre-Med students who have maintained a 3.5 aver- age over two consecutive semester may be awarded membership in Alpha Epsilon Delta. A student who has maintained a 4.0 average one semester may be pledged. Alpha Epsilon Delta was founded at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1926. At present there are over ten thousand members in the sixty-one active chapters in colleges and universities throughout the United States. The objectives of the society are to encourage in pre-medical work by furnishing a goal toward which the student may strive during the early semesters of his or her pre-medical career; to bind together similarly interested students; and to bridge the gap between the spirit of the pre-medical school and that of the School of Medicine. Winston. Davis Arthur Lacy Stephen Beach David Campbell James Coggin J. Paul Brown Students who wish to join a service fraternity for the nation, community, and campus may become with. Alpha Phi Omega. This is a national organization founded at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1925. Alpha Phi. Omega was established at the University of Mississippi on May 2, 1948, To be eligible for a student must have affiliated with the Boy Scouts sometime during his life. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is manifested on the Ole Miss campus in various ways. The members serve as ushers at many social events, sponsor rifle matches for high school students, and operate the Book Exchange jointly with the Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Alpha Phi Omega is also very active during Rebelle as it is responsible for " The Ugliest Man on Campus " contest. The students are charged a penny vote and the money goes to various service projects for the Oxford Community. First Row: Stephen Beach, David Campbell, Bobby Canup, Edwin. Cofer, James Coggin. Second Row: Winston Davis, William Gafford, James Hawkins, Arthur Lacy, Toby Wallace. Not Pictured: J. Paul Brown, George Buck, Henry Mitchell, Christopher Neal. First Row: Jimmy Barksdale, Gerald Blessey, Jim Bonner, Tom Cleveland, Tom Coleman, John Corlew. Second Row: Will Denton, Benny Everett, Cy Faneca, John Gregory, Hank Bill Jennings. Third Row: Lamar King, Heber Ladner, Brad Lawrence, Doug Lewis, Bill Lipscomb, Arthur McIntosh. Fourth Row: Ben Mistilis, Ellis Nassour, William Nicholas, Buddy Patterson, Charlie Pendleton, John Travis, Dick Wilson, Not Pictured: Larry Latham, Hubert McAlexander, Massi Pachonni, John Gregory, Bill Jennings, Arthur McIntosh. Brad Lawrence William Nicholas Arthur McIntosh Tom Cleveland Joe Cerny Tom Hines Burns Tatum was founded three years ago by Douglas Lewis so that he too could feel that he to something. From this meager beginning, Doug has gathered around him some of the biggest and smartest AZVs that have ever attended Ole Miss. The organization achieved such a powerful status that it was almost successful in winning the position of Rebelee Queen for one of its members. Asti has suffered only one major set-back during its short existence—in fact, it was a complete disaster. It all happened when a 69 cents a plate testimonial dinner was planned for the biggest of them all—Tom Hines. However, only two Ik.; ' s showed up. They were none other than. Tom Hines and the Great Bazsinsky himself. The general feeling for the flop was that the members would have rather paid 69 cents to honor an amateur instead of a professional. Henry Haynes ... Bill Cameron Forrest Barber Martin Gastrell In 1957, a student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers received its charter on the Ole Miss campus. The purpose of the student chapter is to promote the professional development of students in chemical engineering. Furthermore, it endeavors to foster a professional spirit among its members and in- stills professional pride in chemical engineering. The chapter ' s activities include lectures, movies, and the presentation of papers prepared by the members. In his way the club works to achieve its goal, as well as broaden the scope of Chemical Engineering for its members. First Row: George Abraham, Frank Anderson, Curt Ayers, Forrest Barber, John Bolich, Bill Cameron. Second Row: Martin Gastrell, George Harrison, Henry Haynes, Frank Jones. Third. Row: John Miller, Van Moore, D. C. Patel, Archie Pratt, Dixon Pyles, Charles Stone. Fourth Row: Maurice Stringer, Frank Thornhill, Edward Wagner. Not Pictured: A. W. Alwani, Mark Carley, Carey Jackson, John Johnson, John Kroose, Harvey McCrosky, Connie Olson, George Prince, Bob Pullan, Ronnie Roberts, David Salladay, James Teylor, Grover Thomas. First Row: Robert Austin, Eddie Brawley, Lee Burch, Bob Edwards, Tom Gaither, Ricki Ganji, Jim Hamilton. Second Row: Lamar Henderson, David Jamili, Billy Joe Laney, John Moss, Ronald Newberry, James Newman, Gary Pitcock. Third Row: Shan Rachedi, Jerry Riddell, John Riddell, Joe Roberts, John Schaffer, David Scharr, Roy Smith. Fourth Row: David Stockton, Gene Trahan, Donald Urbani, Richard Roung, Bill Wardlaw, Joe Warrington. Not Pictured: Theodore Bean, Albert Carpitian, Gary Cisco, Russell Dial, Neil Heidinger, Jim Holder, Edward Johnson, Coleman Murphree. Robert Austin James Newman Jerry Riddell ... Joe Roberts Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers provide the opportunity for the beginnings of professional associations. All students in the Department of Civil Engineering are welcome to attend some of the meetings, but membership is open only to juniors and seniors in the department. Membership in the chapter assures that contacts can be made with the technical and professional progress of civil and with the leaders who are responsible for such progress. Also very important, membership offers the chance to take part in the constructive carried on by future leaders of the profession. The American Society of Civil Engineers student chap- ter supplements regular class meetings and laboratory work and is the only agency that can relate the development of the students. Hume Bryant Mike Nash Johnny King Ralph. Mayfield .. On November 15, 1954, the Mechanical Engineers Club was founded. When the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University received its accreditation, this club became associated with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and is now one of its student chapters. The Ole Miss A.S.M.E. chapter is open to all en- gineering students who are majoring in mechanical engineering. The primary purpose of the society is to help develop the student ' s interest in the field of mechanical engineering and to keep the students abreast of the latest developments in this field. are held once a month, at which time technical movies are shown, various industrial speakers are pre- sented, and field trips to different industries are made. First Row: Hume Bryant, Richard Clinton, Michael Inmon, Roger Johnson, Johnny King. Second Row: Buck Ladner, Connie McElwain, Ralph Mayfield, Ronald Newberry, Elmar Palm. Third Row: Glen Poiencot, Powell Prewett, Terry Radcliff, James Rate Robert Roberts, Not Pictured: Dennis Babers, Larry Fletcher, Horacio Lopez, John McDermit, Mike Nash, Pete Ohmis, Bill Richardson, Tom Shelburne, Charles Tibbets, Harley Tripp, Howard Williams, John Geisler. Left to Right; First Row: Mr. H. E. Perry, Rees Bowen, Lee Jordan, Floyd Melton, Helen Daly, Glyn Hanberry, Robert Jenin, John Quon. Second Row: Don Deline, John Allen, Eugene Lindsey, Lindsay Anglin, Steve Busby, Dr. Clive Dunham, Walter Barlow, Lewis Lyons. Third Row: Mr. Franklin Lowe, Marvin Gay, Rose Calif, Hirschel Abbot, Robert Jackson, Hartwell Herring, Mr. Joe Cerny, Mr. Carl Nabors. Glen Hanberry . Robert Jackson Keturah Butler Hartwell Herring Marvin Gay Floyd Melton The Alpha Theta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was chartered on the Ole Miss campus in 1951. This accounting fraternity requires that its mem- bers be majors in accounting, enrolled in advanced undergraduate work, and maintain an over-all 3.00 in that subject. The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi, as stated in its con- stitution is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession; to promote the study of accounting with a view toward securing the highest ethical ideals; to act as a medium between professional men, instructors, students, and others who are interested in the development of the study of pro- fession of accountancy; and to develop high moral, professional, and scholastic standards in its members. Front row, left to right: Jerry Reed, Tom Cleveland, John Jerry Riddell, Kenny Smith. Back row: Virginia Reed, Dixie Hickman, Miss Marion Leavell, Dr. V. M. Benson, Linda Palmer, Mary Lou Pace, Pat Scarbrough. Tom Cleveland John. Riddell Jenny Reed Marian Leavell Spiritual growth on the campus, along with mental and cultural developments through church-related programs and activities, is offered by the Baptist Union. The BSU serves as a connecting link be- tween the campus and the church for Baptist students and for those of Baptist preference. The BSU Councils are elected annually by members of the organization. It is the responsibility of the coun- cil to contact and enlist Baptist students who would be interested in participating in the program of the BSU. It is also the Council ' s duty to coordinate the Baptist program with that of other campus religious organizations. Each year the Ole Miss BSU sends a delegation to the State BSU Convention. It sponsors short devo- tionals each week day at noon which are conducted by the students themselves. Prayer dates are considered an important part of the BSU. Various mission projects are also undertaken by this group. All of these projects are open to Christian students of all denominations. BETA GAMMA SIGMA Mr. Robert L. Beck Dr. Lewis C. Bell Dr. Louis K. Brandt Mr. Joseph Cerny Mr. E. E. Davidson Dr. Clive Dunham Mr. Robert B. Ellis William A. Williams Herbert Rogers Carl Nabors Mr. William S. Griffin Mr. Grady Guyton Dr. William T. Hicks Dr. Armon J. Lawrence Dr. David H. McKinney Dr. Bennie B. McNew Dr. Karl Morrison Mrs. Karl Morrison Mr. Carl W. Nabors Mr. Harry E. Peery Mr. Doyle L. Russell Dr. Myron H. Umbreit Mr. Ernest N. Waller Mr. Ned Williams Hirschel T. Abbott, Jr. Franklin T. Lambert Robert L. Aiken Ognell E. Lindsey, Jr. Lindsay J. Anglin Nick A. Mavar, Jr. James L. Barksdale Richard W. Parker George S. Busby, Jr. William F. Phinney Keturah B. Butler Warren G. Pickle Zelma Rose Calif Arthur E. Ray, Jr. Martin Davis Virginia Mann Reed Robert L. Genin, Jr. Freddy F. Roberts Guy B. Harrell Herbert G. Rogers Hartwell C. Herring, Jr. Michael B. Taylor Raymond C. Hill William D. Trahan Miller P. Holmes, Jr. John A. Travis, III Daniel C. Hughes, Jr. William A. Williams, III The Ole Miss chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma was chartered in 1944. This national scholastic honor society is for men and women in the schools of commerce and business administration. To be eligible for membership, seniors must be in the upper 10% of their class and have an over-all grade-point of 3.2. Second-semester juniors with exceptionally high scholastic standing are also eligible. The purpose of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage high scholarship and to foster high ideals in business. Chapters of this honor society are established only in institutions which are members of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Yancy Gillespie .. Larry Thompson . Marvin Sanders .. Will Thompson ... In 1927 the Cardinal Club was organized as a sopho- more service organization. The primary purpose of the club at that time was to entertain visiting athletic teams. The club served as a welcoming committee for the athletic department here at Ole Miss. Since then the Cardinal Club has become infamous as a freshman disciplinary committee. Freshmen are orientated with the traditional freshman haircut which is sponsored by this group. Each year the Cardinal Club sponsors the building of a giant bonfire the night before the Homecoming game. The main purpose of the club now is to instill in the freshmen students enthusiastic spirit and love for Ole Miss. The club sponsors freshman roll call to ensure the freshmen attendance at all pep rallies and like functions. The membership of the club is composed of one representative from each fraternity and two from the student body at large. The president is elected from the preceding year ' s Cardinal Club. He is a member of the junior class who has shown particular enthusi- asm in the Cardinal Club during his sophomore year. The president plans the activities for the year with the help of the other officers. School spirit and fresh- man orientation are greatly fostered by this organiza- tion. The Cardinal Club group are the most enthusi- astic school-spirit boosters, and members can be easily recognized at pep rallies and other functions by their Ole Miss sweaters. First Row; Left to Right: Marvin Sanders, Larry Thompson, Tommy Corner, Yancy Gillespie, Que Lewis. Second Row: Left to Right: Floyd Hogue, Bob Weathersby, E. J. Easley, John Gayden. Not Pictured: Lenny McAfee, Crawford Jones, Dick Neely, Will. Thompson, Johnny Arhcraft COMMITTEE OF 100 First Row; Left to Right: Van Moore, Sarah Eva Furr, Beverly Young, Joyce Ebbing. Second Row; Left to Right: Susan Meason, Carole McKeown, Richard Todd, Herbert Rogers. Third Row: Left to Right: Bruce Jayne, Jim Bombay, Mike Carter. Herbert Rogers, Joyce Ebbing . Steve Beach Beverly Young Van Moore Sarah Eva Furr The Religious Emphasis program. at Ole Miss is spon- sored by the Committee of One Hundred—a cross sec- tion of the University community. This group of students, staff, faculty, directors and chaplains of student religious groups, and Oxford ministers sponsors a series of Religious Emphasis Speakers throughout the year. Through meetings in fraternity and sorority houses, classrooms, as well as in convocations and other areas on the campus, students are given the opportunity of hearing these leaders in the field of religion. With the aid of student leaders and the interest of faculty members, the Committee has accomplished many of the great ends it desires. Ole Miss is greatly indebted to the persons who strive to give us a wider view of religious opinions through the year. Gail Livingston Judy Coursey Ann McCully Ann Killingsworth Bobbie Straub Jo Anne Shirley CWENS is a National Honorary Organization for Sophomore women of which Mississippi Iota Chapter is a part. At the time of the National CWENS Convention in September of 1963, which was attended by two Iota Chapter delegates, there were 135 chapters. The purpose of CWENS is to promote scholarship and leadership among the coeds and to render service to the University. To qualify for membership a girl must have been outstanding in leadership in campus activities as well as proficient in her studies her fresh- man year. Only ten per cent of all freshman women who have attained a 3.00 grade average are selected each year to wear the insignia of CWENS. CWENS try to develop cultural interest by enter- taining guest speakers at their weekly meeting. This year they served Ole Miss by ushering at all of 100—sponsored convocations. First Row: Mary Barrett, Alice Bellshot, Cheryl Bobbitt, Betty Bowen, Elizabeth Carter, Judy Coursey, Elaine Downer, Sally Feemster, Shelley Fraser. Second Row: Mary Jane Gilluly, Sara Hammond, Barbara Harmon, Barbara Harris, Anna Homer, Dixie Hickman, Ann Jones, Sharon Jones, Carolyn Kerr. Third Row: Ann Killingsworth, Karen Kipp, Trudy Klenner, Susan Knight, Gail Livingston, Margaret McCully, Shirley Payne, Betty Price, Glenda Rawson. Fourth Row: Sandra Ross, Jo Anne Shirley, Catherine Simpson, Judi Dolores Smith, Barbara Straub, Susan Thomas, Jimmie Sue Walker, Jeanie Wiley. Not Pictured: Beth Anderson, Martha Wood. First Row: Herschel Abbott, John Allen, Rees Bowen, Wirt Cooper, Don Deline, Lewis Floyd, C. A. Ford, Johnny Second Row: Marvin Gay, Charles Graeber, Larry Glen Hanberry, Joseph Hartley, Miller Holmes, Charlie Hudson, Dennis Huffman. Third Row: Larry Johnson, William McGlathery, Troy Mashburn, Floyd Melton, Tom Morris, Wayne Parker, Bill Phinney, Guy Pickle. Fourth Row: Charles Riter, Herbert Rogers, Billy Sumrall, Bill Williams, Jimmy Winter, Ralph Young. Not Pictured: Bill Bailey, Marshall Criss, Randy Cross, Cliff Hodge, Michael Hodgson, Edwin Holt, Dan Hughes, Mike McGough, Henry Mitchell, Thomas Ray, Freddy Roberts, Bobby Robinson. Bill Phinney Herbert Rogers . . Johnny Gammill . Bill Williams Troy Mashburn Delta Sigma Pi is the second-largest professional fra- ternity in the United States. It was founded at New York University School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, on November 7, 1907. Alpha Phi Chapter was established at the University of Mississippi in 1927. Membership is limited to men in the School of and Business Administration who meet the necessary scholastic requirements and unanimously pass the chapter. Delta Sigma Pi sponsors tours of leading industries, conducts programs with prominent speakers from the business world, and promotes discussions and films about important topics of interest to commerce stu- dents. Mike Taylor . Joan Ebbing .. The primary duty of the Elections Commission is administration of all general campus elections. It is composed of twenty-five members appointed by the ASB President and confirmed by the Campus Senate. Unlike those of other ASB departments, appointments to the Elections Commission are permanent, and mem- bers serve until graduation or resignation. The Elections Commission was responsible for installing the present IBM system of voting which has subsequently been adopted by Mississippi State University and the University of Southern Mississippi. Other Elections Commission activities include conducting voting on constitutional amendments and the Parade of Favorites, and administering student surveys on matters of im- portance to the ASB. Left to right, first row: Beverly Young, Mike Carter, Joan Ebbing, Brenda Lokey. Second row: Sara Mieher, Marjo Thorton, Eva Furr, Wanda Price, Susan Thomas, Lee Pryor Foster. Third row: Sandy Shirtz, Herbert Deweese, Tommy Lamb, Herbert Rogers, Jerry Riddell, Johnny Easley, Bob Phinney. First Row: Keturah Butler, Judy Carrington, Kay Churchill, Nellanne Earthman, Barbara Elder, Becky Fowler. Second Row: Nancy Fredrickson, Dean Goldsby, Phyllis Grant, Fern Jones, Marianna Littlejohn, Ann McCully. Third Row: Sally McDonnell, Lacy McLaurin, Virginia Reed, Vicki Reid, Sandra Ross, Amye Sansom. Fourth Row: Sharon Snider, Nancy Melissa Stewart, Carole Walker, Jimmie Sue Walker, Jean Wood. Not Pictured: Martha Rader. Nancy Fredrickson Sharon Snider Nellanne Earthman .. Jimmie Sue Walker . . Epsilon Gamma Epsilon emphasizes four phases of activity—the professional, the fraternal, the honorary, and the social. Its chief purpose is to promote the ideals and concepts of higher education in office administra- tion which will contribute to the preparation of men and women for office occupations and for teaching in the field of business education. Membership in the organization is based on char- acter, leadership, and scholarship. It is limited to stu- dents enrolled in the department of Office and Business Education who are specializing in secretarial science, office management, and business education. Men and women in office administration may become affiliated with Epsilon Gamma Epsilon. This honorary organization was founded at the University of in 1951. It is incorporated in Mississippi and be- came a national organization two yea rs ago. The activities of the fraternity enable its members to become acquainted with leaders in the fields of business and business education and to become aware of current developments, standards, practices, and rou- tines of business. Herbert Rogers Wes Godwin Eddie Hayward Tommy Lamb, Ed Noble Dr. Ben McNew The Financiers was organized in the spring of 1959 on the Ole Miss campus. The organization is composed of those students majoring in the field of Banking and Finance. The club is sponsored by the University of Mississippi Chair of Banking, under the direction of Dr. Ben B. McNew, and the Mississippi Bankers Association. The purposes of the Financiers are to bring together students of banking and finance for a closer fellowship and the interchange of ideas, to foster a better under- standing of the responsibilities of financial institutions to the local and national economics, of the duties and responsibilities of financial executives, and to afford the banking and finance students an opportunity to meet and hear individuals who are successful in the various financial fields. Various leading Mississippi bankers have spoken to the group on the different specialized functions of banking activities during the past year. The public is cordially invited to attend and participate in all dis- cussions. First Row: Herbert Rogers, Wes Godwin, Eddie Haywood, Lamb, Dr. Ben B. McNew. Second Row: Ronald Vaughn, Bruce Payne, James Wolf, Hal Jones, Ronnie Raney, Paul Haynes, Winn Hutchcraft. Third Row: Bill Wardlow, Don Estes, Ed Ratliff, Howard Warner, Gardner Adams, Johnny Bryan. Fourth Row: Robert Farmigoni, Charlie Perkins, Delbert Marion Black, Hugh Nichols, Fred Abney, Wade Ligon. First Row Lois Aldridge, Claudia Ambrose, Carol Anderson, Janellen Baker, Carol Bequette, Jane Bigger, Toni Brooks, Kaye Browning, Joanne Clark. Second Row: Mary Collins, Judy Coursey, Shelby Cunningham, Jane Daughton, Evelyn Dement, Dianne Dewees, Sherry Donald, Martha Floyd, Ruth Gean. Third Row: Joy Gooch, Jeannie Goodman, Phyllis Grant, Stephanie Gratz, Kathy Hamberlin, Anna Hemer, Lyn Hopkins, Sandra Houston, Ann Hudson. Fourth Row: Marilyn Ingram, Margaret Jones, Pat Lewis, Marie Lipscomb, Vickie Love, Glenda Luke, Ann McCaslin, Kay McGehee, Laura McLemore. Fifth Row: Kay Murphy, Carol Jean Phillips, Nancy Beverly Stalnaker, Margi Sullivan, Linda Westmoreland, Nancy Sue White, Harriette Wicks. Not Pictured: Sheryl Ruby Katherine Clegg, Jane Crenshaw, Harriet Long, Carolyn Michaels, Judi Puckett, Shirley Ramsay, Paula Travers, Ariela Williams. Harriette Wicks Anne McCaslin Judy Coursey Kaye Browning Miss Helen Hawkins The Mississippi Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association are affil- iated wit h the University of Mississippi Home Club. The club was founded on the university campus in 1938. The purpose of this organization is to bring members together and inform them of the opportunities in the field of home economics, and to promote clean, healthful homemaking. Students majoring in Home Economics may join the Home Economics Club. It enables them to learn what other members are accomplishing in Mississippi and in the United States in this field. The club offers great opportunities for those who are interested in learning the modern techniques of Home Economics. A national program is set up at the beginning of each year. The points of this program are sent to the various clubs throughout the United States. At the Home Economics meetings, held each third Tuesday of each month, the members work to carry out these points and to obtain the high standards which are set up by the club here at Ole Miss. Robert Gramling John Doggett Lee Thurner Keith Howell In the spring of 1959 the Electrical Engineering Student Society was organized on the Ole Miss campus. Membership includes all electrical engineering majors and all students who are majoring in related fields. The purpose of the society is to advance the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its allied fields. The organization attempts to assemble students with common interests while striving to instill pride in the fields of electricity and electronics. Monthly meetings are held for the reading and open discussion of professional publications, technical films, and other matters which are appropriate for an organization in- terested in subjects of such a technical nature. In the past year, the Electrical Engineering Student Society has become associated with the Institute of Radio Engineers. This has enabled the society to be- come more closely associated with other organizations of this type, since the School of Electrical Engineering is accredited by the national organization. First Raw: Jimmie Barton, Walter Bowen, John Doggett, George Flinn, Ronald Godwin, Robert Gramling, Second Row: Gerald Hale, Lindsay Harp, Keith Howell, Larry Kirk, Bobby Lantrip, Joe McCorkle. Third Row: Bob McRae, Roger Mauzey, John Morrow, Wayne Neel, Philip Poythress, Marshall Fourth Row: Powell Shoemaker, John Todaro, Lee Turner, William L. Weathers. Not Pictured: George George Breshears, John Clinton, Charles Conner, Edwin Eggan, John Ford, William Hill, Phillip Lars, A. J. Lee, Ken McCoy, Michael McRee, Richard Ross, Victor Walters, Ken Wiltshire. First Row: John Adams, George Bergold, Ralph Bourn, Sedley anton. Lynn Britton, Tony Buster, James Canter, Lonnie Dalton. Second Row: Robert Davis, Ennis Denham, Charles Doherty, Henry Edwards, Fred Fortenberry, Larry Fox, Dewey Garner, Pat G ayes. Third Row: Sidney Gremillion, William Harlan, Joe Hayden, Willis Henderson, Alcus Hudson, Porter Hudson, Rayford Hudson, Cecil Hussey. Fourth Row: Herman Lazarus, Jim Lessley, Paul McClellan, James Magee, Robert Mays, Bobby Morgan, Terry Morgan, Charles Nix. Fifth Row: Johnny Odom, Emil Pay, Bennie Richard Ross, Colin Stockdale, Charles Voss, William Wells, Leon Williams. Not Pictured: Happy Antwine, Clifford Barnett, Ron Edwards, Larry Holder, Syd Jones, Hoe McCaskill, Harry McCollum, R. A. Mitchell, Bob Parks, Harold Stamps. Dewey D. Garner .. Charles L. Doherty . Fred S. Fortenberry Pat H. Graves, Jr... Lonnie C. Dalton ... The first national Greek letter pharmaceutical fra- ternity to be founded was Kappa Psi. The founding took place on December 5, 1879, at the College of Virginia. Later a chapter was established on the cam- pus of the University of Mississippi and remained ac- tive until around 1930, when it went inactive. Some seventeen years later in May, 1947, the Beta Rho Chapter of Kappa Psi was reactivated. Since that time, its prestige has grown steadily on the Ole Miss campus as pharmacy students have realized its importance in their professional outlook. The men of Kappa Psi are chosen in recognition of their scholastic standing, general ability, character, personality, and activities. Members of this organiza- tion have been recognized as outstanding students at the university. They must strive to exert their utmost efforts to preserve and further the high ideals which are always displayed by the pharmaceutical profession. Diane Conner Margie Sullivant Judy Coursey Judi Simpson . , . The Megaphone Club is composed of a member from each of the ten sororities and two independents. The members are elected by their respective sorority or dormitory. Each member is required to be a sophomore, with the exception of the president who is a junior. The Officers of the Megaphone Club are elected by the members of the club. The purpose of the Megaphone Club is to foster school spirit at every activity held on the Ole Miss campus. The club members encourage attendance at pep rallies, football and basketball games. A.S.B. dances, and other school sponsored affairs. In order to promote attendance at these school activities, pos- ters and handbills are distributed on the campus. School spirit has been encouraged by various methods such as the selling of porn-porn sticks at football games and the distribution of horns at games. Red ribbons were supplied to freshman girls which they were re- quired to wear in their hair during the first week of school. In addition, an L.S.U. Tiger and a Mississippi State Bulldog were built and burned at the pep rallies. The Megaphone Club works hand in hand with the Cardinal Club, a men ' s sophomore service club. To- gether, the two clubs sponsored the annual Welcome Rebel party, and other similar activities. This year for the first time, the Megaphone Club selected one freshman girl from each of the ten They served as pledges of the club and will take over as regular members next year. Front row, left to right: Jeanie Wiley, Bobbi Straub, Diane Conner, Lyn Wagner, Margi Sullivan. Back row, left to right: Judy Coursey, Carol Krug, Loydale Ligon, Karla Hubbard, Judi Simpson. Left to right, first row: Rick Melton, Richard D. Arnold, Bobby Harris, Richard Stovall, Jack Sallis. Second row: Doug Wills, Ivan Miles, Bo Price, Bill Daniels, Ned Knox, Mike Hodgson. Third row: Tom. Faulkner, Walter Bowen, Edwin Schmitt, Jim Mayer, Allan Hanse, John Brion. Not Pictured: William Morris, Sgt. Joe Bowden, Homer Heard, Norman Davis, Rusty White, Randy Garner, Bill Holmes. William T. Morris . J. R. Harris Dick Arnold James E. Price Jim Mayer In 1961, the Ole Miss Sport Judo Club was founded on the University campus. The purpose of this organi- zation is to promote good sportsmanship on the campus and to better the inter-collegiate relationships through participation in Sport Judo. The club takes many trips to schools with similar organizations to compete in Judo. The students on the Ole Miss campus who are interested in Judo can be- come acquainted with the different techniques used by other Judo enthusiasts by engaging in friendly compe- tition with these schools. The Ole Miss Judo Sport Club has met in contest with the University of Kentucky, Louisiana State University, Ohio State and the University of Louisville. Although the Judo Club is a relatively new organi- zation on the campus, the students have shown much enthusiasm over the club. A great deal of excitement is created as the Judo Club begins another year of competition, The Ole Miss Y (YMCA-YWCA) is a nondenomina- tional lay Christian organization with voluntary mem- bership which is open to all students. Members of the faculty and staff cooperate with students in their en- deavor to develop a program of Christian fellowship which offers free time activities and other services to aid members and participates in meeting needs and problems and in developing significant cultural, voca- tional, intellectual, social, and recreational interests. The program is under the leadership of the Y Cabinet The Y Building houses the offices of the staff, student church directors, and Y officers. The building has con- ference and social rooms and a large lobby with recrea- tional facilities. Reservations for meetings in confer- ence and social rooms are scheduled in the Y office. The Y Program is supported through voluntary con- tributions during the annual Y Finance Drive from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other friends. SENIOR YMCA OFFICERS Stephen Beach President Bruce Jayne Vice President Yancy Gillespie Secretary Sporty Babbs Treasurer FRESHMAN YMCA OFFICERS David Wilson President Bobby Seabels Vice President Johnny Easley Secretary Will Thompson Treasurer SENIOR YWCA OFFICERS Sylvia Bradley President Lee Pryor Foster Vice President Elizabeth Sartor Secretary Jo Edmondson Treasurer FRESHMAN YWCA OFFICERS Barbara Straub President Ann Jones Vice President Kitty Simpson Secretary Gail Livingston Treasurer First Row: Stephen Beach, Sylvia Bradley, Sporty Dabbs, Johnny Easley, Jo Edmonson. Second Row: Lee Pryor Foster, Yancy Gillespie, Bruce Jayne, Ann Jones, Gail Livingston. Third Row: Elizabeth Sartor, Bobby Seibels, Barbara Straub. Not Pictured: Will Thompson. First Row: Lewis Allen, Thomas Bishop, John Blaylock, Walter Blessey, Eldon .Bolton, Charles Bratt, Maxie Brown, Travis Clark. Second Row: John Coalter, William Corr, Glen Howard Dyer, James Forsyth, Richard Foxworth, Glover, Joseph Gordon. Third Row: Nicholas Haas, Harper, Gene Hock, Reuben Houston, Dannye Hunter, Charles Ivy, Sam Knowlton, Myron McBride. Fourth Row: Dan McIntosh, Robert Mills, Charles Pendleton, Bob Perry, Philip Purifoy, David Roth, Taylor Smith, Marler Stone. Fifth Row: John Sumner, Clayton Swank, Champ Terney, Ben Weeks, Ben West, Richard Wilson. Not Pictured: Daniel Charles Cole, James Farr, Billy Fulgham, John Gladstone, William Mars, Kenneth Robertson, William Rouse, Will Starnes, Grant Tharpe, John Tipton, Wilson Viar. Wingfield H. Glover, Jr. Reuben Kidd Houston . E. Grant Tharpe Sidney Harper Clay Marler Stone Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity was first established in Chicago, Illinois, in November of 1902. It is a na- tional organization composed of seventy-five student chapters and thirty alumni chapters. Student chapters are located only in class-A law schools which are mem- bers of the Association of American Law Schools. It is a great attribute for a university to have a chapter of Phi Alpha Delta located on its campus. The Lamar Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was organ- ized in 1929 at the University of Mississippi. The fra- ternity was named for L. Q. C. Lamar, one of leading statesman of the past. Membership in this fraternity is obtained by those who fulfill the necessary scholarship and character qualifications. Phi Alpha Delta keeps the standards of the chapter high by strictly examining the record of each student who seeks membership in the It is a primary function of the fraternity to foster friendship, cooperation, and a high code of professional ethics among its many thousands of brothers through- out the nations. Jimmy Mitchell John Treuting . Wally Vance Wayne Geiselman Robert Wells Dr. Joseph Sam The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Chi was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1927. Two years later, in 1929, the fraternity became inactive and was not reactivated until 1951. Students who are outstandi ng in the School of Pharmacy may join the pharmaceutical fraternity, Phi Delta Chi. It is a na- tional fraternity which was first established at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1833. The men in the chapter symbolize the two-fold pur- pose of the fraternity: brotherhood and hard work. The high ideals of the pharmacy profession have been fostered through their good fellowship and cooperation. The group works together to keep these standards high. Although books, pills, powders, and labs occupy a great part of their time, the men also participate in social activities. The Phi Delta Chis hold various social functions during the year which prove that work and play can be combined successfully. First Row: Edward Blalack, David. Bozone, Joseph Duckworth, Lonnie Frazier, Charles Geiselman, William Gibson. Second Row: Cullum Heard, Bobby Howell, Michael Hunter, Frederic Jones, James Pittman, Hubert Robertson. Third Row: Richard Russel, Alfred Speed, Wallace Vance, James West. First Row: Leigh Allen, Dudley Bridgeforth, Tom Coleman, Ike Collins, Charles Davis, Henry Davis. Second Row: Joe Dehemer, William Dye, Jeremy Eskridge, Tom Harvey, James Higginbotham, William. Holmes. Third Row: Robert Lemon, Hampton Little, Fred Moss, John Noblin, Ronald Senko, Stephens. Fourth Row: John Travis, Leonard Young, Not Pictured: David Bramlette, John Wheeless, Roger Flynt, Alex Alston, Charles Reeder, Scott Welch, H. H. Whitworth. Thomas C. Harvey . . . W. Scott Welch III . Hampton Stennis Little Charles G. Reeder The oldest professional fraternity in the United States is Phi Delta Phi. International in scope, this legal fra- ternity is one of the enduring institutions among hon- orary fraternities which exist today. Mayes Inn of Phi Delta Phi was formed at the University of Mississippi in 1927. The members are selected from those law students who have displayed the highest qualities of scholarship and character in their legal training. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote culture and pro- fessional ethics in the legal profession. Participation in Phi Delta Phi ' s activities offers the earnest law student unmatched opportunities for an early awareness of the practical legal problems and techniques not emphasized in the curriculum, as well as helpful guidance to a more general understanding of the profession for which he is studying to be a mem- ber. David Guyton Jess White Buddy Nichols . Ben Weathersby Phi Eta Sigma is the national honor society for fresh- men and sophomore men. To be eligible for member- ship, a man must have a 3.5 grade point average the first semester of his freshman year or he must have this average any time his sophomore year regardless of whether he net the requirements his freshman year. Among its projects to advance scholarship among freshmen are: the publication of " How to Study " pamphlets for freshmen orientation providing scholar- ship esperts to speak during orientation, and compiling a file of available tutors in different subjects for fresh- men. The fraternity ' s sole aim is to encourage high scholar- ships among freshmen. Under the fine leadership of its officers and with the aid of its outstanding members, Phi Eta Sigma accomplished this goal by increasing the over-all average of the freshmen men. First Row: Guthrie Abbott, Toni Arnold , Jimmy Barksdale, George Bergold, Oliver Billingslea, James Bishop, John Bolich, James Bomboy, Fred Bourn, R. E. Branch, Cecil. Brown, Michael Carter. Second Row: Robert Cleveland, Tom Coleman, John Corlew, Floyd Davis, Clyde Ellis, Tom Gaither, Robert Hardy Graham, Robert Gramling, David Guyton, Robert Hauberg, Henry Haynes. Third Row: Jeff Hollingsworth, Miller Holmes, Michael Horne, Jimmy Hudgins, Leslie Hunter, Bruce Jayne, Hilliard Jordan, Heber Ladner, Brad Lawrence, Hugh Love, Thomas Montgomery, John Moore. Fourth Row: John Morris, John Morrow, Richard Parsons, Robert Phillips, Lewis Powell, James Ratliff, Arthur Ray, John Redeu, Jerry Reed, John Richardson, John Riddell, Jimmy Russell. Fifth Row: Richard Russell, Kendric Smith, James Thigpen, Richard Todd, Donald Urbani, Frank Turnage, Harry Watson, Ben Weathersby, Jesse White, Sterling Williams, William James Willoughby. Not Pictured: William Cameron, Jerry Chase, John Clinton, Alan Eason, Norman Fulton, Karl Gottschalk, David Hicks, Paschal Holcomb, Paul Johnson, George Manifold, Alexander McKeigney, Robert McRaney, Buddy Nichols, Jess Orenduff, Fred Sandifer, Robert Scruggs, Charles Weathersby, Edward Wilson. PHI KAPPA PHI Frank A. Anderson, Ph.D., Russell E. Aven, Ph.D., Russell H. Barrett, Ph.D., Joseph. O. Baylen, Ph.D., Lewis C. Bell, Ph.D., W. Alton Bryant, Ph.D., J. Allen Cabaniss, Ph.D., Geneva B. Carroll, M.A., Noel A. Childress, Ph.D., Edward P. Connell, LL.B., Victor A. Coulter, Ph.D., E. Edward Davidson, M.B.A., Mary N. DeShazo, M.S., Mae E. Fortenberry, A.M., Evans B. Harrington, M.A., Benjamin I. Harrison, Ph.D., J. Sykes Hartin, Ph.D., Charles E. Hartman, Ph.D., David. L. Hicks, B.A., William T. Hicks, Ph.D., Edward. H. Hobbs, Ph.D., Harriet J. Jackson, M.A., Richard E. Keye, Ed.D., Randolph G. Kinabrew, Ph.D., Thomas H. Koehler, M.A., Arthur B. Lewis, Ph.D., Y. John McGaha, Ph.D., Annie E. Mills, M.L.S., Dorothea B. Morse, Ph.D., Forrest W. Murphy, Ed.D., W. Lewis Nobles, Ph.D., Charles E. Noyes, Ph.D., Gerald S. Pierce, Ph.D., Thomas M. Pullen, Ph.D., Jerry F. Reed, B.S., James W. Silver, Ph.D., Alliston Slade, M.A., Samuel S. Talbert, Ph.D., Gerald W. Walton, M.A., John D. Williams, Ed.D., William E. Wilson, M.A. Carolyn J. Bickerstaff, Betty W. Blaylock, George W. Buffaloe IV, Thomas A. Coleman, Mary Cone, Robert E. Davis, Charles M. Edmondson, Dewey D. Garner, Gay G. Greve, John T. Grissom, Sarah G. Kelly, Frances L. Kirby, James W. Lewis, Robert J. Long, Frank Morgan, Jr., Nick A. Mavar, Bonnie L. Ogle, Richard W. Parsons, John W. Richardson, James F. Russell, Clifton C. Thompson, Harriett N. Tinsley, John A. Travis, James E. Williams. George Alvin Garrett, Ph.D., Benjamin I. Harrison, Ph.D., Charles E. Noyes, Ph.D., James W. Silver, Ph.D. Rita L. Anderson, Liberal Arts, George H. Bergold, Jr., Oliver L. Billingslea, Liberal Arts, Frances E. Bolen, Graduate, Harry L. Case, Jr., Law, Benjamin T. Chen, Graduate, Colleen Frazer, Graduate, Anna L. Gareau, Graduate, Mary P. Hairald, Graduate, Caro G. Harvey, Graduate, Mary R. Harrison, Graduate, June A. Inman, Education, Samuel K. Love, Louis H. McCraw, Jr., Medicine, Charles M. Merkel, Jr., Liberal Arts, Adelaide E. Murdock, Graduate, Arthur E. Ray, Jr., Business, Mabel E. Rhodes, Nursing, Larry J. Sauls, Liberal Arts, Edward B. Sisson, Liberal Arts, Eva C. Sparks, Graduate, James W. Speck, Liberal Arts, Charles I. Stratmann, Liberal Arts, Consuelo D. Teichert, Graduate, Chu-yang A. Teng, Graduate, Juliet H. Walton, Graduate, Charles H. Weathersby, Jr., Liberal Arts. Roscoe Cross, B.C.L., M. Bruce Huneycutt, Ph.D., Anita C. Hutcherson, M.A., Carl W. Nabors, M.B.A. Lindsay J. Anglin, Business, Harry T. Arnold, Liberal Arts, Stephen L. Beach, Liberal Arts, Walter E. Danley, Graduate, Jean L. Fridge, Liberal Arts, Hardy P. Graham, Liberal Arts, Ann L. Grantham, Liberal Arts, Karl. D. Gottschalk, Liberal Arts, David L. Guyton, Liberal Arts, Nannie P. Harbour, Liberal Arts, Henry W. Haynes, Jr., Engineering, Willis W. Henderson, Pharmacy, Mary D. Johnson, Liberal Arts, Diane Klyce, Liberal Arts, Robert T. McRaney, Jr., Liberal Arts, John R. Moore, Jr., Liberal Arts, Andrea J. Nelms, Pharmacy, Patricia A. Puckett, Liberal Arts, Beverly G. Robinson, Liberal Arts, Fred M. Jr., Liberal Arts, Elvin E. Smith, Graduate, Mickey C. Smith, Graduate, James T. Thigpen, Liberal Arts, John G. Todd, Liberal Arts, William A. Williams III, Business, Walter S. Welch III, Law. James Newman .. Bill Richardson . George Abraham . Bill Richardson . . The Pi Beta Tau Association was formed at the University of Mississippi in the Spring of 1963 by the School of Engineering, desiring to be incorporated in the National Engineering Honor Society, The Tau Beta Pi Association, for the purpose of marking in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and character as undergraduates in the field of engineering. Eligibility for membership in The Pi Beta Tau is determined by excellence shown in scholar- ship, character, personality and practicality. The must rank in the upper fifth of their class and the Juniors in the upper eighth of their class in the School of Engineering. The fields of engineering are Chemical, C ivil, Electrical, Geological and Mechanical This year marks the first year of the University of Mississippi Chapter of Pi Beta Tau. This year the asso- ciation has done much to create and develop a spirit of unity and activity among those in the fields of en- gineering profession. First Row: George Abraham, John Bolich, William Cameron, Mark Carley, John Doggett, Lee Thurner. Second Row: Carlos Dollar, George Flinn, Thomas Gaither, Robert Gramling, A. J. Lee, John McDermit. Third Row: James Newman, James .John Richardson, John Riddell. Not Pictured: Henry Haynes, Victor Walters. First Row: Joseph Austin, Robert Bailey, Henry Bennett, Robert Brenner, Albert Carapetian, Jimmy Dedeaux. Second Row: Lewis Floyd, Wes Godwin, John Green, Eddie Hayward, John Jabour, Troy Mashburn. Third Row: Bill Morris, Wayne Parker, Robert Pannell, William Phinney, Charles Riter, Rogers. Fourth Row: Fred Ross, Robert Stockett, Joseph Wilkins, William Williams, Robert Witt. Not Pictured: George Bailey, Robert Balyak, Howard Warner, Willis Dabbs, Kenneth Dill, John RobilioDaniel Holcomb, Richard Hansel, Ed Holt. Faculty: Selby Downer, Karl Morrison, Clive Dunham, William Hicks, Raymond Bennett, Ray House. Professional members: Irwin Karyman, Carl Herrin, Robert Wilmer, Albert Jones, Lee Owens, John Mobley, Bill Taylor. Willis N. Dabbs Atkins Williams Hal Trotter Jones Richard Wayne Parker Kenneth Dean Dill The Alpha Theta chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon was chartered on the Ole Miss campus in the spring of 1963. This National Fraternity in Marketing, Sales Management and Selling requires that its members manifest an interest in the selling profession as a career, obtain minimum academic standing required for graduation, and show leadership qualities through participation in college activities. The purposes of Pi Sigma Epsilon are to crea te a collegiate brotherhood of men who are interested in the advancement of marketing, sales management and selling as a career; to promote the study of marketing, sales management and selling; to bring together aca- demically qualified students who express a desire to enter the selling profession; to stimulate the improve- ment of methods and techniques in the fields of mar- keting, sales management and professional selling; to instill in its members the highest possible ethical stand- ards of the profession. Joseph T. Wilkins . William A. Williams Phillip E. Roberts Marvin Gay The highest honor that can be bestowed upon an advanced military cadet is membership in the national society of Scabbard and Blade. Membership in this famous military organization is based on a person ' s display of high personal integrity, outstanding leader- ship ability, good scholastic record, military interest, and active participation in other campus activities. Scabbard and Blade works constantly to promote in- creased mutual understanding and a closer relation- ship among the three military departments on the Ole Miss campus. This group also seeks to develop fully the qualities of efficient and capable officers necessary for strong and able armed forces. Company " B, " Eighth segment, was founded on the University of Mississippi campus in 1940. First Row: Jerry Allen, Alfred Bryant, Tom Cleveland, Crockett, Gary Densing, Mitchell Driskell. Second Row: Nathaniel Lea, Charles McCoy, John Miller, Van Moore, Bill Morris, Jonathan Nash, Third Row: Aubrey Patterson, Phillip Roberts, John Thorburn, David Whitley, Joseph Wilkins, Williams. Not Pictured: William Cameron, Thomas Gaither, Marvin Gay, Lindsay Harp. Front Row: Charles Akin, Rebecca Carson, Tommy Crutcher, Ron Davidson, Glen Hanberry, Brad Harrington. Second Row: Eddie Hayward, Hal Jones, Jim Mayer, Robert Metz, Lanny Outlaw, Sam Owen. Third Row: Wayne Parker, William Lewis Powell, Richard Reeves, Charles Riter, Herbert Rogers. Fourth Row: Homer Trammell, Jimmy Winter. Not Pictured: Walter Barlow, Charles Graeber, James Harrison, Rarry Herman, Norman Hollis, Thomas Jones, James Leeper, Robert Lurie, John McEwen, John Menz, Kent Milner, Joe Sam Morgan, Robert Osborn, William Pickens, Pat Thomas Ray, Larry Skelton, Scotty Skinner, Robert James Stuart, Howard Warner, Harmon Yarber, Carl Zerinque. Homer Trammell Dick Herman Becky Carson Bill Phinney The Ole Miss Chapter of the Society for the of Management endeavors to strengthen management education and further the growth of stu- dents by stimulation their thinking, widening their knowledge, and developing a better understanding of business and the free-enterprise system. The basic ob- jectives of the Ole Miss Chapter are: (1) to bring closer together executives in business and students pre- paring to go into business; (2) to serve as an effective medium for the exchange and distribution of informa- tion, problems, policies and methods of industry and management; and (3) to provide students with the opportunity of participation in organizing, planning directing and controlling the activities of an organiza- tion dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the art and science of management. Activities such as meeting, conferences, news bulletins and research pro- jects and community service give students an insight into the practice of the management profession. Elizabeth Sartor Joan Ebbing Cheryl Bobbitt Pat Ellison Mrs. Mary Lou Goobold . Students in colleges and universities who plan to enter the teaching profession are eligible to affiliate with the Student National Education Association. The SEA is a professional organization with char- First Row: Betty Jean Ables, Jane Alexander, Jane Allen, Patricia Baker, Carol Jeanne Bequette, Joyce Bickerstaff, Juanita Billingsley, Jane Blackwell, Cheryl Bobbitt, Cindy Browning, Barbara Buehl, Mary Ann Burks, Annette Second Row: Sherry Canning, Carolyn Carlton, Susan Carruth, Elizabeth Carter, Vigi Castleman, Caroling Cheshire, June Clard, Janie Clinton, Barbara Cole, Betty Cook, Billy Cook, Lani Lee Densing, Jo Dent. Third Row: Billie Joyce Earnhart, Joyce Ebbing, Barbara Elder, Patricia Ellison, Bonnie Farr, Camile Faure, Patsy Fisher, Sara Flynt, Gail Ford, Lee Pryor Foster, Rachael Fuller, Sara Eva Furr, Lady Fyfe, Sarah Garner, Patricia Garrett. Fourth Row: Gayle Garth, Carol Giffen, Dean Goldsby, Gloria Gray, Victoria Guion, Carolyn Hadley, Patricia Hamilton, Stella Handy, Hardin, Jan Harris, Jean. Hartley, Less Hitt, Jo Arm Hopper, Nancy Ingle. Fifth Row: Sydney Johnston, Mary Jones, Judy Keenan, Alva Kelley, Karol Keye, Lenora chapters in accredited colleges and universities throughout the country. The state educational asso- ciation is closely associated with this organization and at various times during the year members of the state association speak to the SEA. Through this association the student gains an under- standing of the history of education. The ethics and program of the teaching profession are also extensively studied. The Student National Education Association aims at the development of personal growth and professional competences. ston, Nancy Lotterhos, Vicki Love, Margaret McCully, Louise McKinnon, James Mamgiafico, Sylvia Mayfield, Sidney Mize, Alice Moody. Sixth Row: Marjorie Moore, Sandra Moore, Katherine Murphy, Marilyn Murphy, Carolyn Newman, Nummery, Ann Paine, Shirley Payne, Marian Peacock, Melissa Pendleton, Nancy Pierce, Carolyn Posey, Mary Pownall, Nancy Radcliffe. Seventh Row: Merrilyn Rea, Jerry Ann Riggs, Ann Rogers, Nancy Rogers, Sandra Ross, Sylvia Ross, Ruth Ann Rutherford, Nancy Schilling, Betty May Scott, Wynn Skipper, Vicki Smith, Margaret Spiars, Linda Stone. Eighth Row: Nancy Thomas, Vance Thompson, Arden Tollenson, Jane Umlauf, Jane Vaughn, Carol Waits, Mary Gail Walker, Carla Lee Weesner, Jan Wells, Linda Betty Whitaker, Anne White, Diane Williams, Suzanne Wilson. Not Pictured: Susie Burgdorf, Judy Coursey, Annis Cross, Marilyn Harris, Sara Johnson, Dicki Lee, Olivia Littlefield, Peggy McClure, Lynne Preston, Elizabeth Sartor. Left to Right; First Row: Annabell Hamachek, Martha Rea, Holly McReight, Beverly Whitten, Pat Hyde. Second Row: Beth McCarson, Carolyn Billings, Roy McRoskey, Jeanie Hobbey, Diane Naff, Marianna Littlejohn. Third Row: Jan Singletary, Marianne McElroy, Sandy Senter, Camille Faure, Dixie Jeanie Wiley, Carol Cassidy, Kay Abernethy. Not Amanda Brown, Elizabeth Fuson. Martha Rea Dixie Hickman Jeanie Wiley Carmen Klotz Elisabeth Fuson The University Dancers is an organization designed to further the study of modern techniques and to give the members an opportunity to pursue compositional problems and to choreograph dancers for performance purposes. Tryouts for potential members are held in the early fall. Selection of dancers is based on skill in dance and composition. During the first semester, the group worked on technique and group composition, and performed in lecture demonstrations for several organizations on campus. In December choreography was begun for the Spring Recital which was held in March. In addition to the Spring Recital, the Dancers take part in productions presented by the drama and music departments. They have also appeared on educational television programs and have performed for various high school groups. This group works under the supervision of Miss Gene McCutchen, an Assistant Professor in the of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Jim Hudgins Diane Conner . Jane Bigger Chunkie Pascal Jan Griffin Mr. James C. Coleman directs the Concert Singers on the Ole Miss campus. The Singers perform for var- ious campus functions as well as their own scheduled concerts. This group also entertains for seasonal events such as The Messiah at Christmas. The touring choral group works for blend and precision in each of their performances. In addition to striving for these traits, the singers try to attain an over-all choral musician- ship. They have earned a well-deserved reputation for a singing group through their efforts. The students and faculty alike have applauded the group for its singing. Everyone looks forward to each performance given by these fine musicians. First Row; Left to Right; Janie Clinton, Lee Pryor Foster, Dianne Conner, Sharon Green, Faye Carol Wroten, Lila Jo Smith, Lura Nail, Linda Palmer, Sara Ridgway, Lucy Burt, Sue Chancellor, Katie Hester. Second Row: Jan Griffin, Dottie Rita Fitchett, Ava Hardin, Chunkie Paschall, Harriet Betty Loyce Welsford, Jeanine Ogletree, Amanda Brown, Mary Lou Pace, Laura Lynn McLemore. Third Row: Wesley Sebran, Max Hipp, Sims Ross, Robert Cross, Jimmy Hudgins, Kenny Smith, Charlie Ritchie. Fourth Row: Roy Elsey, John Dubard, Scott Brady, Marler Stone, David Hicks, Ronnie Franklin, Kent Dear, Jeff Hollingsworth, Bill Judson, Bill Lipscomb, Tom Cleveland. First Row: Jane Allen, Ethelyn Ames, Oliver Billingslea, Claire Booth, Charles Bratt, Annette Campbell, Elizabeth Carter, Anne Davidson. Second Row: Ron Davidson, Joyce Ebbings, Patricia Evans, Sally Feemster, Jere Gibert, George Gillespie, Harriet Harper, Jan Harris. Third Row: Sandra Harrison, H. L. Henderson, Mary Kavanaugh, Carol Jean Keye, A. J. Lee, Nancy Linkroum, Margaret McCully, Shirley Payne. Fourth Row: Nancy Pierce, Dianne Perry, Terry Radcliff, Martha Rea, Jerry Riggs, Brenda Rush, Linda Steele, David Stockton, Jack Townes. Not Pictured: Hammond Carter, Sharon Green, Van Moore. Andy Phay Nancy Linkroum . Jerry Riggs Mike Carter The Westminster Fellowship is an integral part of the total fellowship of the Presbyterian Church. Its calling is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the academic community. Its mission is to present the truth of the Christian faith amid conflicting viewpoints on the campus, to witness to the redeeming work of Jesus Christ and to help students recognize their re- sponsibilities to God. The Westminister Fellowship has a varied program of worship, study fellowship and service encompassing a wide range of interests. WF activities center at Westminster House which is located on University Avenue across from the Mary Buie Museum. The advisory and counselor is Reverend Clifford A. McKay, Jr., the Presbyterian University Pastor. The Presbyterian Church of Oxford sponsors the Westminster Fellowship. Membership is Primarily composed of Presbyterian students; but it is open to any student at the University who wishes to donate his time and talents to a working, church-sponsored organization. The purpose of the Westminster fellowship is three- fold: to help each member have a personal, growing relationship with Christ; to unify the students through Christian work, study, and fellowship; to develop a responsible sense of churchmanship to the students of Ole Miss by presenting Christian witness as individuals and as a group. Jan Harris Ann Biles Betty Smith Roberta Halliday Karen Kipp .. . . All girls participating in the intramural sports ac- tivities that are conducted on the Ole Miss campus are members of the Women ' s Recreational Association. The WRA was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1926 and the importance of this organization has increased since that time. It is governed by a board of representatives from each dormitory and sorority that sponsors a team in any of the intramural sports. The purpose of the WRA is to provide various ac- tivities such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, and ping-pong for girls at the University of Mississippi to enjoy during their leisure time. A sensation is stirred up by awarding points to the winning groups. These points are added up and the group with the greatest number of points wins a trophy. First Row: Amanda Brown, Carol Cheshire, Patricia Cole, Judy Coursey, Lana Densing, Billie Joyce Earnhart. Second Row: Stella Handy, Jan Harris, Beverly Hester, Nancy Ingle, Linda Ingrassia, Stephanie Jordy. Third Row: Karen Kipp, Lucie Larson, Sandra Moore, Tab Ogden, Vicki Smith, Jan Wells, Harriette Wicks. First Row: Alice Mae Bellshot, Cheryl Bobbitt, Patricia Joan Elaine Downer, Linda Lee Dunn, Karon Hall. Second R ow: Barbara Harmon, Anna Hemer, Carolyn Kerr, Gertrude Louise Klenner, Susan Knight, Margaret McCully. Third Row: Barbara Moore, Shirley Payne, Betty Ann Price, Virginia Reed, Beverly Robinson, Dolores Smith. Fourth Row: Carol Thomas, Susan Tutor, Jimmie Sue Walker. Not Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Barrett, Bettie Bowen, Martha Goodwin, Shannon Grisham, Barbara Harris, Marcia Hughes, Janis Vaughn Pierce, Jean Wiley, Kathy Williams. Raye Murfee Barbara Harris Cheryl Bobbitt Jimmie Sue Walker The honorary scholastic organization of the Ole Miss campus for freshmen women is Alpha Lambda Delta. To be eligible for membership, a woman student must maintain a 3.5 average throughout her freshman year. The freshmen coeds who keep this average are initiated at the beginning of their sophomore year. There can be no failing grades on the records of Alpha Lambda Delta. The rigid requirements set up for mem- bership make it indeed an honor to be asked to join. Alpha Lambda Delta has set forth as its purposes the encouragement of superior scholastic attainment among freshmen women and the promotion of a high standard of learning at " Ole Miss. " Cindy Grantham . Miller Holmes .... Kay Kimble Jesse Taintor The Canterbury Association of the Episcopal Church on the University campus provides the opportunity for students to develop their religious lives in concert with their social and intellectual growth experienced in college life. Canterbury meets each Sunday evening for prayer, fellowship, and learning. The Sunday pro- grams consist of speakers, panels, films, and discus- sions. On Thursday afternoons Episcopal students gather at the " Y " Building for a celebration of the Holy Communion. In addition to its own program, the Canterbury Association supports fully the Emphasis program sponsored by the Committee of One Hundred and the Department of Religious Life. It is our belief that through Canterbury the college student has a unique opportunity to keep abreast of the very best and the latest thinking taking place in our world today. First Raw: Sigrid Andre, Curtis Ayers, Stephen Beach, Wirt Beard, Bonita Butterfield, Ann Cooper, Charles Fyfe, Lady Margaret Fyfe. Second Row: Cindy Grantham, Jim Hamilton, Pam Haworth, Ed Hayman, Susan Heyward, Margaret Hobart, Miller Holmes, Kay Kimble. Third Row: Manelle Mauras, Robert Montjoy, Janet Nelson, Judy Nelson, Kay Nix, Vicki Smith, Charlotte Taintor, Jane Umlauf. Fourth Row: Shirley Watson, Jim White, Elaine Wooten, Middleton Wooten. Not Pictured: Jane Custy, Wayne Geiselman, Phyllis Guest, David Knight, Roy McRoskey, Jack Morrow, Robert Seibels, Bruce Smith, Jesse Taintor. Robert Austin, Thomas Gaither, James Newman, Marion Perry, David Scharr, Joe Warrington. Thomas Gaither David Scharr ... James Newman Robert Austin . Chi Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for civil engineers. Its purpose is to form a closer union and bond of friendship and loyalty among those now preparing for and those now in the civil engineering profession. Eligibility for membership in Chi Epsilon is de- termined by excellence shown in scholarship, character, personality, practicality, and sociability. Juniors and Seniors in the School of Engineering are the only persons eligible. This year marks the thirteenth successive year of the University of Mississippi Chapter of Chi Epsilon. This year, as in the past years, the fraternity has done much to create and develop a spirit of unity and ac- tivity among those in the civil engineering profession. Seated: Glenda Boone, Martha Jane Reese, Becky Harrell, Sharon Chase, Lelia Ross. Standing: Bonnie Ogle, Freddy Washington, Henry Johnson, Lynn Weathers, Bud Richmond, Stanley Barger, Don England. Freddy L. Washington Victor Boone Andrea Nelms Jan Warner James E. Mackey The Church of Christ has, on the campus, an organi- zation for students of that religion. The name of the organization is the University Christians. It is a fel- lowship at Ole Miss for Students who are striving to reproduce ancient New Testament Christianity in the Twentieth century. These members of the Church of Christ meet daily on campus for devotionals and weekly Bible study as a supplement to the program. of worship and to the Oxford Church of Christ. A new Student Center adjoining the campus is now being used to aid the spiritual growth and development of the students. The Mississippians, a long established organization at Ole Miss, was organized with two purposes in mind; entertainment for dancing or listening audiences, and musical training in the " Jazz " idiom for participants. The organization is strictly voluntary, and rehearsals are held after regular classes have convened. Although membership is composed primarily of members of the Ole Miss band, it is at times augmented by other stu- dents and Professors. This year the Stage Band is under the direction of Mr. Maynard Sell and Assistant Band director of the Ole Miss band. Agnes Banchetti Neil. Davis, Ann McCully . Linda Marlin, Betty Cook .. Jimmie Sue Walker Phi Beta Lambda, organized on the University of Mississippi campus in March of 1960, is a national fraternity for students in business. The members in- clude students in the School of Business and Government, who have been selected by the organization and who meet the necessary academic and leadership re- quirements. The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to further the knowledge and understanding of the business world. It seeks to develop, strengthen, and encourage those who will become the future business leaders of It is an honorary, professional, and social fraternity that has a variety of programs and activities. During the year, the chapter has its annual rush party, takes various field trips, listens to well-known business speakers, and acts as host for the state Future Leaders of America Convention held here at the University of Mississippi. First Row: Agnes Banchetti, Vigi Castleman, Betty Cook, Neil Davis, Dean Goldsby, Gloria Gray. Second Row: Sara Ann Johnson, Fern Jones, Judy Klaus, Margaret McCully, Linda Marlin, Robert Metz. Third Row: Faye Quick, Nancy Rogers, Brenda Rush, Nancy Sprayberry, Joan Travers, Carole Walker, Jimmie Sue Walker. Not Pictured: Martha Hale, Linda Harper, Murrah Herndon, Kay Thompson, Mary Turner. First Row: Phyllis Acree, Bart Bryson, Keturah Butler, Nellanne Earthman, Rebecca Fowler, Dean Goldsby. Second Row: Fern Jones, Margaret McCully, Pat McInnis, Virginia Reed, Vicki Reid, Arnye Sansom. Third Row: Diane Shaffer, Sharon Snider, Joan Travers, Carole Walker, Jimmie Rieves Walker, Jimmie Sue Walker. Carole Walker Vicki Reid, Ann McCully .... Bart Bryson Keturah Butler In May of 1950 Phi Gamma Nu was organized on the campus of the University of Mississippi. It is a profes- sional commerce sorority. The members are women students in the School of Commerce and Business Administration who have met the necessary scholastic requirements, and who are approved by the members of the organization. It was organized to further the interest of women students in the field of commerce and business admin- istration; to further academic study and promote a standard of high scholarship; and to further interest in civic and professional enterprises. Various programs are presented at different meetings of Phi Gamma Nu to help add to the members ' knowl- edge of business facts and figures. Marcus Rush Watt Bryan John. Alston Brown ... Bill Lipscomb Lambda Xi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha National Musical Fraternity was established at Ole Miss by music students on March 31, 1962. Since that time, the chapter has grown considerably, and in keeping with the fraternity goals of promoting music in America and encouraging loyalty to the Alma Mater, the organiza- tion has given concerts itself, and has given assistance at other concerts and recitals at Ole Miss. Membership is open to all men students who express an interest in music by showing signs of achievement in the field, and many members of the chapter serve in musical organizations on the campus. At the same time, some members also give individual recitals for the public. First Row: Jimmy Davis, John Dubard, Max Hipp, Bill Second Row: Jack Morrow, Semmes Ross, Marcus Rush. Not Pictured: Robert Bates, Ed Beesmon, Walter Bounds, John Brown, Watt Bryan, Howard Camp, Felder Fitzgerald, John Hanberry, Richard Hemings, David Hicks, Bobby Jones, David Jones, John Jones, Andy Prince, James Scrivener, Richard Stalvey, Robert Wilkins. First Row: Amanda Brown, Babs Chittom, Janie Clinton, Carol Conklin, Patty Godwin, Sara Hammond. Second Row: Dixie Hickman, Cassandra Jones, Carolyn Kerr, Sarah Kimbrough, Gage McLendon. Third Row: Jeanine Ogletree, Beverly Sara Russell, Kitty Skeen, Sinda Steele, Nancy Thomas. Fourth row: Betty Welford, Barbara Woodruff. Babs Chittom Carol Conklin ... Betty Welford Janie Hammond . Membership in Sigma Alpha Iota is limited to those graduate and undergraduate music students who meet requirements. They must be majoring or minoring in music, show exceptional musical ability, and possess a high scholastic rating. In addition to this, the students must be recommended by the faculty of the of Music. Sigma Alpha Iota is a national honorary musical fraternity for women, and it is found on the campuses of leading colleges and universities of the United States. Whenever famous musicians visit the university, they are met by members of Sigma Alpha Iota and are shown around the campus. Many times this group has the distinct privilege of having private meetings with these outstanding figures in the musical world. This gives them an opportunity for personal instruc- tion and advice that they would not ordinarily have had. Earl Cleveland ... Sylvia Ross Betty Ables Arden. Tolleson The Student Art Association was organized by Ole Miss art students in 1962 for the purpose of furthering interest in the fine arts at the University of Mississippi. Membership in the SAA is open to all Ole Miss students interested in the fine arts. The organization sponsors programs twice a month on topics related to painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics, ceramics, and the history of art. Some of the special events sponsored by the SAA are an annual Christmas Bazaar which accumulates student work for the purpose of sales, and an annual spring exhibition of student art work. First Row: Betty Ables, Mary Anderson, William Baker, Jean Bloch, Robert Cleveland, Cindy Cook, Mike Dean, Ruth Eubanks. Second Row: Lady Margaret Fyfe, Judy Gamard, Linda Jamison, Dorothy Jenkins, Cathy Jones, Randolph Jones, Mary Kavanaugh, Jean Larroux. Third Row: Dora McHenry, Reed Montgomery, Marily Murphy, Martha Rea, Sylvia Ross, Fred Sanders, Sandy Sheffield, Jo Anne Shirley. Fourth Row: Caroline Taylor, Gail Taylor, Arden Tolleson, Richard Wilcox, Frances Young. Not Pictured: Ann Brock, Nelson Curtis, Lillian MacColl, Ruthie Noyes, Roberta Phay, Nancy Pierce, Evelyn Mitchell, Faye Williams, Ross Spencer, Ann Wilson. Robert Tapp .. Paul Purnell . Jim Bridges .. Sidney Boren First Row: Jim Bridges, Tommy Hedgepath, Marion Holman, Melle McIlwaine. Second Row: Joseph Murphy, Buz Nolan, Tom Purnell. Not Pictured: Loris Asrnussen, John Bailey, Thomas Bell, Charles Boren, Lyndel Fair, Jim. Lipsey, John Spence. The University of Mississippi Geological Society is a local society organized at the university to contribute to the maintaining of a high scholastic level within the University ' s Department of Geology and to provide an organization whereby faculty members and students may • attain a closer relationship and may contribute mutually to the development of the Geology and the State of Mississippi. Membership of the society consists of two types. A regular member is a student majoring in geology or Geological Engineering who has completed 14 semester hours of Geology and attained a 3.00 average within the Department of Geology. Associate Members are students majoring in Geology or Geological who have not completed 14 semester hours of Geology or who have not maintained the 3.00 average in, geology. This year marks the sixth successive year of the University of Mississ ippi Geological Society since its organization. Activities of the society are field trips, guest speakers, joint projects, and various other First Row: Donna Sue Bailey, Wanda Brewer, Patricia Cooke, Jane Custy, Jane Daughton, Rita Fitchett, Sylvia Hall. Second Row: Betty Hellums, Ruth Hellums, Susan Knight, Lenora Langston, Ann McPherson. Third row: Sylvia Mayfield, Marion Peacock, Sally Price, Lila Smith, Marilyn Stephens, Carole Walker, Jimmie Sue Walker, Kay Dunlap. Not Pictured: Dianne Mize, Dianne Steele. Susan Knight Dolly Sue Bailey, Donna Wilson Sylvia Hall Sylvia Mayfield Pat Cook Judy Trott In. January, 1963, the Town ' s Girl ' s Organization was organized, but was reorganized this past summer as Women ' s Off-Campus Organization. The organiza- tion is a society organized for commuting women stu- dents. The two major purposes of WOC are: to enable commuting girls to gain a greater sense of being a part of their University and its activities; and to increase the relationship between those girls who live on the campus. The University also receives benefits from an organi- zation like WOC. It receives support, loyalty, time, and talent of a greater number of its students. A regularly scheduled activity of the organization is a meeting twice a month, on the first and third at 12: 00 p.m. Entertainment as well as guest speakers are scheduled for all luncheons. MILITARY Lieutenant Colonel Ronald R. Ringsrud Professor of Military Science and Tactics The Department of Military Science, which is a unit of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps, falls under the joint jurisdiction of the University of Mississippi and the Department of the Army. The Army R.O.T.C. prepares college men for positions of leadership and trains as junior officers those students who display the qualities of character, scholarship, and leadership necessary for an Officer in the Army of the United States. The course of instruction offered by the Army is divided into two phases, the Basic Course and the Advanced Course. The Basic Course is required for all entering Freshmen and it is necessary for the Basic Course to be completed before a student can go into the advanced program. The Advanced Course leads to a commission as a Second Lieutenant in one of the fourteen branches of the United States Army. Major Major Major Captain Captain M. Sgt. Benjamin. William. G. John A. Max L. M. D. Clayton B. Hamilton Carter Grubbs Waldrop Llewellyn Johnson M. Sgt. SFC SEC SFC SFC Sgt. Tom M. Claude D. Joseph E. Marion W. Ernest R. Louie Curtis Newberry Holt Bowden Garrison Larimore Cox The Army ROTC Color Guard The ROTC Rifle Team The Group Staff is selected on the basis of classroom and drill field performance both on the campus and at summer training at Fort Benning, Georgia. The Staff is responsible for conducting the weekly drill. The " Colonel ' s Lady, " Miss Barbara Elder, was selected by the Army R.O.T.C. Battle Group to be their Sponsor for the year. The Colonel ' s Lady is selected for her intelligence, wit, charm, and Her official duties include presiding over Armed Forces Day and the Annual Military Ball. Cadet Lt. Colonel William A. Williams Brigade Commander Barbara Elder The Colonel ' s Lady Cadet Major William T. Morris, Deputy Brigade Commander; Cadet Major John R. Bryan, Brigade Training Officer; Cadet Captain William F. Phinney, Asst. Brigade Training Officer; Cadet Captain Thomas F. Cleveland, Brigade Adjutant; Cadet 1st Lt. Thomas L. Lamb, Asst. Brigade Adjutant. Major Walter P. Aldridge Ann Tomlinson Battalion Commander Battalion Sponsor Cadet Captain Frank W. Thornhill, Battalion Executive Officer; Cadet Captain Robert C. Galloway, Battalion Training Officer; Cadet 1st Lt. Jerry Mason, Asst. Battalion Training Officer; Cadet 1st Lt. John C. Gammill, Battalion Adjutant; Cadet 1st Lt. John E. Thorburn, Asst. Battalion Adjutant. Cadet Major Patsy Puckett George K. McMullan Battalion Sponsor Battalion Commander Cadet Captain William H. Morris, Batalion Executive Officer; Cadet Captain Ranxom F. Cross, Battalion Training Officer; Cadet 1st Lt. William W. Sumrall, Battalion. Adjutant; Cadet 1st Lt. Kenneth C. Boone, Asst. Battalion Adjutant. ARMY ROTC BAND First element: Campbell, Shaw, Prince, Kimbrell, Abbott, Gramling. Second element: Armor, Joseph, Kilpatrich, Stratford, Morrow, Kroerer, Rushton. Third clement: Baker, :Lomax, Sanders, Jones, Abdalla, Bridgeforth, Eubanks, Jackson. Fourth element: Clemens Beeman, McLaurin, Hartwell, Shackelford, Funderbuck, Taylor. Fifth clement: Randle, Strickland, Stampley, Hill, Mullins, Johnson. DRILL TEAM First element: Nash, Doty, Stahlman, McGehee, Allen, Ducker, Bogan, Tate. Second element: Herndon, Mason, McCarty, Pearson, Lomax, Delmas. Third element: Yates, Osborn, Kelly, Dodson, Voge, Dorion. Fourth element: Hawkins, Coleman, Smithson, Hedges, Goodrich. COUNTER GUERILLA PLATOON First element: Campbell, Calvert, Lon gins. Second element: Hawkins, Voge, Yates, Mason, McGehee, Bogan, Doty, Dodson. Third element: Love, Hansen, Wood, Melhaney, Mallory, Montjoy, Franco, Mitchell, Pyles. Fourth element: Young, Thompson, Schaffer, Sjarp, Dohring, Roy, Fenstermocher, Dorr. Fifth element: Thurber, McLaurin, Deline, Anderson, Leser, Yawn, Gaig, Jones, Scibels. Sixth element: Phinney, Lyons, Morris, Desly, Ayers, Bowden, Llwellyn. Cadet Captain Martha Ann Chadwick Robert J. Grambling Company Sponsor Company Commander Cadet 1st Lt. Johnathan Nash, Drill Platoon Leader; Vicky Love, Drill Team Sponsor; Fauncine Fairchild, Band Sponsor; Sally Kate Winters, Counter Guerilla Platoon Sponsor. FIRST PLATOON First element: Neblett. Bennett, Willoughby, Abraham, Crosby. Second element: Gottshall, Price, Ely, Wallace, Erichsen, Goggin. Third element: Newberry, Defenbaugh Stewart, Pryor, McAuthur, Davis. Fourth element: Anderson, Schaffer, Craig, Mitchell, Roverts, Lackey. Fifth element: Sweat. SECOND PLATOON First element: Ayers, Meador, Riter. Second element: Smith, Don, Feltenstein, Huchaby, Phillips. Third element: Baker, Mallory, Huey, Morris, Pettigre w, Barnes. Fourth element: Jones, McCool, Taulor, Nutt, Tucker, Roberson. THIRD PLATOON First element: Slaughter, Herring, Dalehite. Second element: Wells, Massey, Broome, Cjase, Montjoy, Eastland, Herrington. Third element: Heggie Scibels, Barr, Paul, Sharp. Fourth element: Gunn, Clayton, Austin, Funderback, Burlson, Ray. Fifth Portra. Cadet Captain Wesley Godwin Nancy Coursey Company Commander Company Sponsor Cadet 2nd Lt. George Abraham, James Willoughby; 1st Platoon Leaders, Cadet 2nd Lt. Curtis Ayers, Alfred Meador; 2nd Platoon Leaders, Cadet 2nd Lt. Logan Slaughter, Hartwell Herring; 3rd Platoon Leaders Cadet 2nd Lt. Hal McClanahan, M. P. Haynes; 1st Platoon Leaders, Cadet 2nd Lt. John C. Moss, Douglas B. Lewis; 2nd Platoon Leaders, Cadet 2nd Lt. Louis Lyons, 3rd Platoon Leader. Cadet Captain George H. Josy Chenault Bergold Company Sponsor Company Commander FIRST PLATOON First element: Nored, Haynes, McClanahan, Calvert. Second element: Grantham, Henline, Taylor, Heard, Griffith, Thumben. Third element: Blandon, Townes, Frield, Scarbrough, Lester. Fourth element: Mason, Jones, Swaze, McMillan. Fifth element: Bailey, Todaro, ' Williams, Porsey. SECOND PLATOON First element: Deline, Howard, Lewis, Moss. Second element: Melton, Fenstermacher, Baier, Graves, Mason, Baygents. Third element: Cockrell, Leatherman, Sanders, Phillips, Maddox, Clark. Fourth element: Smith, Montjoy, Hood, Roy, Shands. Fifth clement: Teller, Thompson. THIRD PLATOON First element: Lester, Lyons, Perkins. Second element: Nelms, Loden, Stenard, Bratt, Aistin, Bourn. Third element: Waller, Foster, Beasley, Bobbs, Hipp, Himelstein. Fourth element: About, Lipscomb, Scott, More, Kerr, Waldo. Fifth element: Pyles, Coleman, Jordan, Taylor. Cadet 2nd Lt. Marshall Criss, 1st Platoon Leader; Cadet 1st Lt. Ray, Platoon Executive Officer; Cadet 2nd Lt. Herbert Rogers, 2nd Platoon Leader. Cadet Captain Marjorie Moore Troy L. Mashburn Company Sponsor Company Commander FIRST PLATOON First element: Cohanat, Ladner, Sumrall, Criss. Second element: Smith, Greennell, Gentry, Miller, Whitten, Hansen. Third element: Martin, Roberts, Miller, Himes, Dohring. Fourth element: Davis, Parker, Fisackrly, Sekul, Pruett. Fifth element: Estes, Longrue. SECOND PLATOON First clement: Ryan, Rogers, Rutledge. Second element: Mitchael, Swetland, Brown, Dement, Plamer, Hussey. Third element: Long, Allen, Strawbridge, Russell, Wood, Scruggs. Fourth element: Murphree, Embry, Neely, White, Dyre, Martin. Fifth clement: Green, Spencer, Mallory. THIRD PLLTOON First element: Herrin, Williams, Abernathy. Second element: Hija, Griffith, Hasler, Irby Love Taintor. Third element: Franco, Vinson, Prenett, Hindman, Barton. Fourth element: Howell, Lippincott, Shoemaker, Cave, Lambert. Fifth element: Presley, Young, Young, Wade, Coleman, Pu llen. Sixth element: Praytor, Toeplitz, Upchurch. FIRST PLATOON First element: Lambert, Bosse. Second element: Berry Lester, Nelson Weing, Richardson, Brunson. Third element: McGlathery, Johnson, Womack, Dunn, Fife, Johnson. Fourth element: Irby, Wells, Cockran, Bruke, Martin. Fifth element: McCree, Metz, Dabbs. SECOND PLATOON First element: Stone, Roberts. Second element: Hougue, Kinard, Jordan, Dottle, Griffin. Third element: Vaughan, Broussard, Grishman, Austin, Kelso, Bourland. Fourth element: Houston, Caston, Randall, Ellzey, Warfield. THIRD PLATOON First element: Peresick, Huffman, Ross. Second element: Yawn, hovious, Greenlee, Sneed. Third elemnt: Payne Patridge, Farrar, Mills, Huff, Carter. Fourth element: Hovater, McQueen, Shows, Murphee, Luke. Cadet Captain Lassie Cook Joseph T. Wilkins Company Sponsor Company Commander Cadet 1st Lt. Bobby D. Robinson, Executive Officer; Cadet 2nd Lt. Douglas Bosse, 1st Platoon Leader; Cadet 2nd Lt. Fred Roberts, 2nd Platoon Leader; Cadet 2nd Lt. Allen S. Ross, Dennis Huffman, 3rd Platoon Leaders. Captain Richard G. Touart PNS T T he Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps was established at the University of Mississippi in June of 1946 for the purpose of training carefully selected young men for commissions as Ensigns in the United States Navy or as Second Lieutenants in the United States Marine Corps. The Department of the Navy pays for four full years of college for those who are enrolled as Regular in the program. A student may become a Regular by passing nation-wide competitive examinations, both physical and mental. A student who fails in this may become a Contract Student by applying directly to the unit on campus and passing a physical examination. A Contract Student receives a monthly subsistence his last two years. The University of Mississippi is proud to be one of fifty-two colleges and universities in the country who have this program. Cadet Captain A. V. Moore Charlann Paschall Battalion Commander Battalion Sponsor Martha Hamilton, Staff. Sponsor; T. A. Gaither, Battalion Executive Officer; C. K. McCoy, Battalion Operations Officer; J. R. Satoris, Battalion Adjutant; R. M. Drew, Battalion Supply Officer; R. H. Neill, Chief Petty Officer. R. C. Cross, Company Commander Sandy McElwee Company Sponsor FIRST PLATOON: First Squad: Naro, Gerlack, Noble, Williams, Tehan, Moore, Wilson. Second Squad: Harris, Arnold, Smith, Sanders, Drake, Sherman. Third Squad: Milner, Orenduff, Hill, Staudte, Doyle, Stone, Edwards. SECOND PLATOON: First Squad: Hudson, MacDonald, Higgenbotham, Woodson, Madson, Scott, Dale, Cutchens, Andrukiewidz, Talbert. Second Squad: Jayne, Maule, Waller, Smith, Vizio, Peterson, Clinton Phillips. Third Squad: Oswald, Dubois, Evans, Schramm, Hodges, Weston, Rabinowitz, Taylor. J. R. Ratliff, Executive Officer; H. E. Brazil, Chief Petty Officer; M. O. Driskell, First Platoon Commander; M. J. Gay, Second Platoon Commander. J. R. Miller, Executive Officer; L. G. Bethards, Chief Petty Officer; J. W. Richardson, First Platoon Commander; W. E. Cameron, Second Platoon Commander. FIRST PLATOON: First Squad: Olson, Walters, Parker, Lloyd, Curtin, Locovare, Smith, Weeks. Second Squad: Evans, Brion, Mallini, Anderson, Cassaday, Reecht, Prange. Third Squad: Bounds, Babers, Ohmeis, Elliott, Benn, Barlow, Krause. H. P. Graham Company Commander Judy Williams Company Sponsor First Row: W. M. Bounds, R. C. Cross, W. E. Cameron, R. M. Drew, M. J. Gay, T. A. Gaither, H. P. Graham, W. B. James, B. C. Jayne, F. W. Jones, R. C. Lewis, C. K. McCoy, C. R. McRae, J. R. Madson. Second Row: J. R. Miller, A. V. Moore, J. S. Oswald, A. M. Parker, P. L. Poythress, J. R. Ratliff, W. B. Rochell, J. R. Satoris, P. V. Staudte, J. L. Taylor, M. J. Thole, J. R. Thompson, L. F. Thurner, V. Y. Walters. ANCHOR AND CHAIN Left to Right: Martha Hamilton, Carole Wislocki, Betsy Henrich, Chunkie Paschall, Sandy McElwee, Brenda Hall, Diane West, Judy Cobb, Mildred Ann James, Judy Williams. Not Pictured: Cathy Caldwell, Betty Cook, Phyl Kimball. Lt. Colonel Ralph Dougherty Major Captain Captain Colonel ' s Lady E. W. Miller James P. Daley D. F. King Tanya Pritchard Operations Officer Guy B. Harrell Personnel. Officer Aubrey B. Patterson Information Officer Jerry P. Allen Special Services Officer Keith Howell Wing Commander 430th Wing Sponsor David Whitley Carmen Klotz Material Officer Winn V. Hutchcraft Administration Officer Philip E. Roberts Provost Marshall Ronald. Hanna Inspector John W. King 431st Group Commander 432nd Group Commander 433rd Group Commander David L. Bradley John W. Ford Phillip B. Noble 431st Group Sponsor 432nd Group Sponsor 433rd Group Sponsor Melissa Pendleton Myra Carter Beverly Young ALPHA. FLIGHT First element; Clark, Davis, Brown, Dickerson, White, Darril, Barett, Duncan, Dubard. Second element; Shinault, Holmes, Boyd Patterson, Baily, Helmn, Jones. Third element; Cofer Abbot, Campbell, Melshimimer, Dunn, Elkins, Jordan. Fourth element; Goldman, Miles, Turnage, Robinson, Arnett, Carsley, Baily. Fifth element; Davis, Sigler. BRAVO FLIGHT First element; Fulton, Joknson, Borden, Womack, Jones, Smith. Second Lewis, Trussell, Wilson, Farrar, McAlexander, White. Third element; Reuter, McElwain, Bowen, Wilson, Bunkley, Marlar. Fourth element: Wolson, Dobbs, Graeber, Davis. CHARLIE FLIGHT First element; Barnett, Diamond, Moody, Davis, Denton, Copeland. Second element; Heth, McCraw, Monroe, McMullen, Wexler, Farese. Third element; Pulliam, Mickey, Arnold, Fox, Underwood. DELTA FLIGHT First element; Guyton, McAlister, Lott, Harris, Smith, Todd, Cotten. Second element; Bell, Sisco, Bonds, Webb, Lee, Stubblefield. Third element; Murphree, Holder, Hobby, McKibben, Harpole, Herrington. Alfred H. Bryant Charles D. Miles James Caldwell Russell Cobb Squadron Commander Alpha Flight Commander Squadron Commander Charlie Flight Commander Louise M. Gardner George S. Glennin Melanie Bernard Dale Duckworth Squadron Sponsor Bravo Flight Commander Squadron Sponsor Delta Flight Commander 36th Squadron Commander Echo Flight Commander 37th Squadron Commander Golf Flight Commander Robert M. Cannon Joseph P. Fillare David M. Nichols George H, Homich Squadron Sponsor Foxtrot Flight Commander Squadron Sponsor Hotel Flight Commander Glenda Luke John F. Geisler Lois Wicks Richard Brock ECHO FLIGHT First element; Boyles, Price, Taylor, Nelson, Tillman, She rrer. Second element; Shappley, McCool, Graves, Smith, Temple. Third element; Hollingsworth, Marsalis, Dennis, Schwent, Stevenson. FOXTROT FLIGHT First element; Turner, McCay, Anderson, Pierce, Strong. Second element; Keyes, Harris, Lemons, Low, Page, Porter. Third element; Smith, Thompson, Shoemaker. GOLF FLIGHT First element; Whittington, Ainsworth, Tomlinson, Hurdle, McKinstry, Hathorn, Barron. Second element; Bennett, Ehrlich, Hunt, James, Brady. Third element; Crumbley, Sauls, Walman, Vaughan, Price, Noble. Fourth element; Gaston. HOTEL FLIGHT First element; Brawley, Stacey, Adams, Starnes, Cunningham, McCraney. Second ele- ment; Pugh, Graham, Duke, Jones, Norman, Holland. Third. element; Brown, Attaya, Greer, Richey, Alliston, Moran, Fourth ele- ment; Lee, Hope. INDIA FLIGHT First element: Foster, Parker, Dudley, Edwards, Nunley, McEvoy, Walker. Second element: Hedgepeth, Morgan, Moroni, Pray, Shipp, Cooper, Kirkland. Third element: Schad, Evans, Waller, Megginson, Haven, Connell. JULIET FLIGHT First element: Fleming, Cobb, Graves, Ousley, Bullard, Lannom. Second element: Robertson, Crestman, McGinnis, White, Gates, McAfee. Third element: Wooten, Boyle, Weinstein, Cranston, Potts. KILO FLIGHT First element: Carter, Peden, Hodges, Lockard, Gauden, Ashcraft, Vestal. Second ele- ment: Thompson, Clay, Manifold, Robinson, Cameron. Third element: Jones, Stewart, Lyle, Grubbs. LIMA FLIGHT First element: Ronald, Eliot, Rester, Streed, Ingram, Profilet, Chatham. Second element: Weathersby, Crowell, Cox, Aden, Loebey, Edmonson. Third element: Knight, Poland, Tullos, Oakley, Shelton, Lewis. John H. Rader Edward Horvath James H. Sledge Robert Lane Squadron Commander India Flight Commander Squadron Commander Kilo Flight Commander Mart ha Rea James Anderson Diane Klyce George Metcalf Squadron Sponsor Juliet Flight Commander Squadron Sponsor Lima Flight Commander MIKE FLIGHT First element: Taylor, Jennings, Hennington, Deterly, Crawford, Barrett, Carban. Second element: Harper, Hamilton, Wells, Louis, Harrison, Squires. Third element: Delerett, McKellar, Tucker, Espy, Hale, Odom. NOVEMBER FLIGHT First element: Barenis, Harper, Baines, Taylor, Lipscomb, DeWells, Reynolds . Second element: Thornton, Meadows, Lawrance, Haney, Radcliffe, Smith. Third element: Glaze, Feibelman, Stucker, Bates, Snyder. OSCAR FLIGHT First element: Gillespie, Watson, Blalack, Haraway, Phillips, Penny, Stone. Second ele- ment: Maddox, Smith, Peoples, Allen, York, Rhodes. Third element: Lane, Dudley, Anthony, Harris, Arnold, Thrower. Fourth ele- ment: Parker, Jones. PAPA FLIGHT First element: Moore, Ingram, Know, Hull, Mitchell, Lowrimore, Turner. Second element: Hupp, Barger, Nute, Morris, Dixon, Watson, Gowen. Third element: Ball, Watson, Vickery, Wall, Miller, Wahlbery, Ezell. Gary Densing William Boggan Nathanial Lea Skip Schulte Squadron Commander Mike Flight Commander Squadron Commander Oscar Flight Commander Amanda Gardner R. L. Baucom Rose Ann Harwood Francis Schurtz Squadron Sponsor November Flight Commander Squadron Sponsor Papa Flight Commander 42nd Squadron Commander Romeo Flight Commander 43rd Squadron Commander Sierra Flight Commander Robert Carpenter Jimmy Winter Larry Sutton Johan A. Valentour James E. Sherrard 43rd Squadron Sponsor Tango Flight Commander Quebec Flight Commander Susan Singleterry Florian H. Yoste QUEBEC FLIGHT First element: White, Wilcox, Carrington, Mullins, Williamson, White. Second element: Stovall, Weatherly, Owen, Bray, Breland, Smith. Third element: Fortner, Broyles, Gulledge, Wilkins, Branch, Beard. Fourth ele- ment: Roberts, Nail, Younghans, Buffaloe. ROMEO FLIGHT First element: Wood, Kellum, Nelson, Long, Russell, White, Frank. Second element: Lorentz, McGhee, Force, Newcomb, Cooke, Foster, Rowan. Third element: Jones, Williams, Robinson, Knight, White, Wheeler. SIERRA FLIGHT First element: Sartin, Fruge, Buxton, Sasser, Franks, Chancellor. Second element: Conner, Grey, Kent, Neuneiler, Scott. Third element: Lotterhos, Coco, Wood, Calder, Laird. Fourth element: Young, Schmidt, Roberts, Kline, Covington. TANGO FLIGHT First element: Garzik, Knox, Brown, Null, Catt, Sebren. Second Element: Siegel, Chexis, Garlic, Locke, Morgan, Greer, Stewart. Third element: Fore, Sims, Calandro, Gates, Gafford, Siltman. Rush with its sincere smiles and numerous handshakes. Rushees and rushers become acquainted. Sororities entertain with varied skits. The Greeks are an integral part of all phases of University life. Scholarship, leadership and participation in campus activities are stressed in the various groups. Such functions as Rush, pledge swaps, date suppers, Stunt Night, Sing- Song, and elections are actively supported by these groups. This may lead the casual ob- servor to believe the Greeks exist only for social benefit which is a misconsception. Various service projects on a local, state, and national basis are sponsored by the Greeks. The numerous fraternal organizations on the ' Ole Miss campus have descended from humble beginnings. Men and women in different locales formed small groups with definite ideals in been proud to see the services rendered by the mind. These " pioneer Greeks " would have fraternal organizations which have grown steadily and exert a great deal of influence not only nationally, but worldwide. The Greeks are bound together by tradition, loyalty and friendship. History has molded the Greeks and at the same time the Greeks have molded history. Festive balls highlight the year. The Greeks encourage the higher Ole Miss Homecoming decorations greet visitors and alumi. education of man. Sororities and fraternities display the spirit of giving at Christmas. Brotherhood remains through thick and thin. Who spread that nasty rumor about a color TV a prize? Fraternity houses provide a place for informal gatherings. " I ' m not sure I belong here. " Yes, parties make the world go ' round. Left to Right: Ruby Katheryn Clegg, Kate Williams, Diane Klyce, Lonna Lightbody. The Pan-Hellenic Council of the University of Mis- sissippi is a member of the National Pan-Hellenic which has organizations on the campuses of the leading colleges and universities in the United States. Its purposes are to act as a governing body for all sororities, and to further active cooperation and understanding among the sororities, between sorority and non-sorority women, and between the sororities and the University. Always working for the good of the University, strives to promote fine intellectual achieve- ment and scholarship, to maintain high social standards, and to promote worthy projects on and off the campus. All regulations concerning formal and informal rush are formulated and enforced by this council. The council is composed of the presidents of each of the sororities and two additional representatives from each group. Each representative is elected by her own sorority. The officers of the council are selected on a rotation basis with each sorority having an officer of Pan-Hellenic at regular intervals. Ruby Katherine Clegg President Kate Williams Vice-President Diane Klyce Secretary Lona Lightbody Treasurer Ruby Kathryn Clegg,President First Row: Carol Anderson, Rita Bailey, Agnes Banchetti, Sondra Beaver, Ann. Biles, Mary Ann Burks, Frances Burnett. Second Row: Carolyn Coney, Jan Davis, Charlotte Flynt, Patty Godwin, Roberta Halliday, Judy Hemphill, Lyn Hopkins. Third Row: Fern Jones, Diane Klyce, Peggy McClure, Kim McLean, Priscilla Martiniere, Gay Moody, Mary Lou Pace. Fourth Row: Rosalyn Perry, Wanda Price, Patti Ray, Margaret Spiar s, Linda Stone, Kate Williams, Kitty Williams. Fifth Row: Sally Kate Winters, Beverly Young. Not Pictured: Ruby Katherine Clegg, Lonna Lightbody, Edna Lott, Gail Prichard, Suzann Shultz. 212 Loies Aldridge Virna Alexander Mary Anderson Lois Block Rebecca Carson Sarah Cashion Barbara Cole Linda Dunn Bonnie Fleming Sarah Franklin Gail Ford Mary Gillespie Patty Godwin Lydia Gooch Ida Graham Judith Hamner Margaret Hayward Helen Hill Mary Hill Karla Hubbard Nancy Ingle Barbara Kalif Alva Kelley Margaret Kenny Carolyn Kerr Adrienne Kline Linda McCormick Kathleen MacDonald Bettye Mitchell Janice Neill Charlann Paschall Susan Peeler Wanda Price Tanya Prichard Valarie Prichard Joyce Ramay Jacqueline Ramsey Vicki Reid Rona Rhine Beverly Robi son Dianne Shaffer Julie Smith Linda Smith Kathy Spars Joan Travers Linda Tuyt Virginia Walsh Emily Warren Anne White Wanda Price Patty Godwin Rebecca Carson . Margaret Kenney ... The oldest secret sorority for college women, Alpha Delta Pi, was founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, the oldest women ' s college in the world. Today there are one hundred six ADPi chapters in the United States and Canada, and its total membership makes it one of the largest sororities in National Pan-Hellenic. Delta Sigma Chapter came to the University of Mississippi in 1960, and have made vast progress since that time. ADPi ' s are active in numerous phases of campus life-as dormitory officers, military sponsors, ASS committee members, Campus Senators, Sigma Alpha Iota, Epsilon Gamma Epsilon, the Committee of 100, Women ' s Recreational Association, the Concert Singers, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cwens, and Mortar Board. This is a genuine distinction for a sorority which has been on campus such a short length of time. This year the ADPi ' s moved into an English-style house on Sorority Row. It has been completely remodeled and its serene, elegant decor is a source of pride to the members of the chapter. The pin of Alpha Delta Pi is diamond-shaped and bears clasped hands. The sorority colors—blue and white, and the violet, its flower, are an inspiration to the members to live up to the ideals stressed by the founders of the sorority— " the trails of intellectual and moral worth, dignity of character, and propriety of department. " Not Pictured; Ann Ballard, Julia Caldwell, Nancy Harris, Margaret Ann Horn, Sherry Nolan, Judy Timpson. 214 Patricia Baker Mary Barrett Lajuana Barton Sondra Beaver Alice Bellshot Melaine Bernard Judi Boney Ann Bramwell Mary Burks Peggy Bynum Carol Carrington Mary Cayce Mary Chambers Babette Chittom Anne Clark Anna Cox Mary Cox Sammye Cox Ann Cunningham Daney Daniel Linda Dean Lani Densing Sherry Donald Nancy Ellis Patricia Ellison Sara Flynt Sharon Green Carol Griffen Victoria Guion Betsy Henrich Mildred Ingrain Linda Ingrassia Gloria Jennings Virginia Kincaid Gertrude Klenner Mary Klenner Pamela Leach Treva Leggett Bertha McIlwain Mary Marshall Lynn May Mary Murphy Jo Nettles Lucinda Payne Ethel Pearson Rosemary Pierce Carroll Preston Janet Reddoch Jerry Riggs Nancy Rogers Roberta Rowland Ruth Rutherford Mary Duran Scott Paula Annette Tate Jane Elizabeth Taylor Susan Katherine Tutor Kate Eason Williams Charlotte Flynt Kate Williams . Anna Cox Mary Cayce The new AOPi house, recently completed on Rebel Drive, houses forty-six girls and included a chapter room, dining room, and a formal living room. It is the culmination of years of hard work and planning by Nu Beta actives and pledges, other chapter, alumnae groups, parents, and friends. What makes it special to the girls of Alpha Omicron Pi is something intangible—it is the warmth and love of the AOPi family. Friendship is a promise of Alpha Omicron Pi, and it was a true friendship that its four founders pledged, one to another, as they met in a little room high above the stacks in the library at Barnard College on January 2, 1897. The friendship pledged that day has grown to include seventy-one collegiate chapters, one hundred and sixty-one alumnae chapters, and over thirty thousand members throughout the United States and Canada. Since Nu Beta Chapter came to Ole Miss in 1957, its members have en- deavored to establish high standards in scholarship, character, integrity, and active campus participation. They have succeeded in all phases of campus life as they have several campus senators, members of the Committee of 100, and top officers in Theta Sigma Pi, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Epsilon, and Sigma Alpha Iota. The AOPi ' s begin their year of social activities with the Showboat party during Rush Week. The Rose Ball is their social highlight, but they also have numerous other parties during the year. These many get-togethers help to instill a close feeling of loyalty and friendship in the girl of AOPi. Not Pictured: Phyllis Grant, Dolores Haig, Linda Jacobs, Susie McGee, Anne Marley, Jan Reddoch, Ann Wilson. 216 Alice Abernethy Mary Allen Ann Archer Gen Barbour Anne Biles Hollis Blackwell Jo Borthwick Sandra Bowen Mary Brister Olivia Brock Suzanne Brown Catherine Bryan Alexis Busby Keturah Butler Sarah Butler Bonita Butterfield Susan Carruth Martha Cox Evelyn ' Dement Dianne Dewees Brenda Eaton Marylyn Ellis Keren Everett Stewart Fair Bobbye French Lady Fyfe Lucy Gerhart Jere Gibert Susan Goza Martha Hamilton Sarah Hamilton Mary Hancock Jean Hobby Mary Jones Stephanie Jordy Mary Kavanaugh Judith Kennan Carolyn Kerr Sarah Lacy Amelia Loper Dorothy McKeown Maxine McLaurin Lenore McLean Gage McLendon Gwen Mills Marjorie Moore Patsy Mullin Gladys Nelson Janet Nelson Judy Nelson Martha Nichols Tab Ogden Patricia Palmer Lawrence Pelegrin Melissa Pendleton Merrilyn Rea Carey Rivenbark Ann Rogers Roberta Ross Sandra Ross Sylvia Ross Joyce Rousseau Elizabe th Scott Carol Sellers Jo Shirley Frances Simmons Mary Stephens Anne Sullivant Caroline Taylor Gail Taylor Vance Thompson Joy Tindall Anne Tomlinson Beverly Tomlinson Ann Turnipseed Virginia Walker Roberta Wilson Jean Wood Anne Biles Martha Hamilton .. Patsy Mullin Stewart Fair At the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895, Chi Omega was brought into existence by five young college women. Dr. Charles Richardson, Kappa Sigma, was made sole honorary member for his assistance in planning the organization. Chi Omega has now grown to include one hundred and thirty-two active chapters and over eighty thousand women, the largest of any national sorority. The colors, cardinal and straw, and the white carnation are looked upon as symbols of loyalty by the girls who wear the X-and horseshoe pin. Chi Ome ga encourages the new ideas and individuality of its members, and at the same time unites them under a close bond of friendship and helpfulness. Tau Chapter is one of which Chi Omega ' s founders could well be proud, for its members have excelled in scholarship and in extra-curricular participa- tion. This year there are many Chi O ' s in the campus spotlight such as the Editor of the OLE MISS yearbook, three Campus Favorites, a freshman cheer- leader, varsity cheerleader, Army, Navy, and Air Force Sponsors, and many ASB Committee members. Chi Omegas are also numerous in such groups as CWENS Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary organizations on the Ole Miss campus. Parties are a definite part of campus life and Tau Chapter acts as hostess many times during the year for such gatherings as a Christmas party, slumber parties, date suppers, and their Spring Formal. An annual Community Service Day project is also sponsored by the Chi Omegas. This year Tau Chapter is exceedingly proud of their new chapter house located on Rebel Drive. An outstanding Georgian structure, it houses thirty- eight girls in air-conditioned comfort. This new home is the culmination of many plans and dreams brought to realization. Not Pictured: Dorothy Carter, Anita Chandler, Edna Lott, Cece Quin, Betty Van Whittington. 218 Mary Abernethy Phyllis Acree Judith Adams Ethelyn Ames Polly Anderson Ramelle Bell Jane Bigger Keith Bush Barbara Butler Cynthia Cain Elizabeth Carter Susan Clark Janie Clinton Carol Cole Frances Cooke Jan Davis Joan Downer Martha Dunn Margaret Fair Shelley Fraser Satah Furr Louise Gardner Joanne Gillespie Phyllis Grant Martha Gray Janet Griffin Lynda Grimes Suzanne Haley Mary Hall Barbara Harris Helene Haskins Judy Hemphill Lesbeth Hitt Sandra Houston Ann Jones Dorothy Jones Margaret Jones Sara Jordan Hallie Kimbrough Sarah Kimbrough Karen Kipp Marianne Laberge Mary Lickford Victoria Love Adele McGowan Lacey McLaurin June Martin Priscilla Martiniere Martha Mellon. Mary Montgomery Pain Morrison Carolyn Newman Honey Odom Lucy Payne Shirley Payne Ruby Phyfer Helen Pilkinton Joanna Poole Frances Powell Julia Puckett Patricia Puckett Toni Roberson Joann Shelton Eleanor Skipper Anne Smith Milinda Stewart Dianne Still Marjorie Sullivan Mary Thetford Margaret Vaughan Jane Vaughn Mary Walker Mary Wall Patricia Walters Trudye Weaks Eva Wilbourn Judy Williams Priscilla Martiniere Mary Sharp Lickford Phyllis Grant Carol Cole On Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, four young ladies at Boston University started a new sorority—Delta Delta Delta. The pansy, the pearl, the pine tree and the colors silver, gold and blue soon became known as the symbols of this bond of sisterhood. Today there are 106 active collegiate chapters with over sixty seven thousand members. Chi Chapter, established at Ole Miss in 1904, was among the first of these. The Tri Delts at Ole Miss are always among the top sororities in scholar- ship and participation in campus activities. This year they have two freshmen cheerleaders, one varsity cheerleader, dormitory officers, Rebelettes, members of the Concert Singers, members of the Committee of 100, an Ole Miss beauty, military sponsors, the president of Mortar Board, three campus favorites, and many other girls who are active in campus organizations. Tri Delts are noted especially for their spirit and ingenuity. Chi Chapter ' s Georgian style house is one of the most outstanding buildings on campus. The two slender columns framing the doorway are a preview of the elegant simplicity found within. A great source of pride to Tri Delts, this lovely house is a perfect place for the various parties with which the members entertain. They begin the year by entertaining rushes with a Kiddie Party, and continue with others, including the Spring formal, the Pine Party, and the Pansy Breakfast. Delta Delta Delta is a sorority devoted to the principles of friendship, love, and sisterhood, as is expressed by its motto, " Let us steadfastly love one another. " Not Pictured: Cissy Bell, Rosa Caldwell, Madelane Cruell, Donna Dickson, Helen Dunn, Mary Sue May, Sandy Matheson, Patsy Moore, Rosemary Moore, Marianna Robbins, Caroline Trabue, Margaret Vaughan, Susan. White, Meredith Wilson. 220 Dorothy Akin Carol Bequette Victoria Bishop Cheryl Bobbitt Amanda Brown Cindy Browning Susie Burgdorff Frances Brunette Carolyn Carrington Judy Carrington Elizabeth Carter Alma Chase Cindy Cook Lynn Cook Judy Coursey Nancy Coursey Rayner Cromwell Charlotte Dossett Kitty En glish Mary Faulk Camile Faure Sara Feemster Lee Foster Becky Fowler Nancy Fredrickson Barbara French Gayle Garth Mary Sandy Hall Julia Hamilton Kaye Hankins Regen ia Hardin Barbara Harmon Marilyn Harris Carroll Higgins Lyn Hopkins Jessie Humphreys Dottie Johnson Sydney Johnston Cassandra Jones Leigh Josephson Judith Maus Diane Klyce Becky Lane Dicki. Lee Betty Leonard Marianna Littlejohn Mary McCullouch Margaret McCully Carolyn McElwain Roy L. McRoskey Dannie Maxey Judy Mosal Elizabeth Murphree Dianne Naff. Margaret Neely Ida Nix Catherine Noah Ann Paine Gay Patterson Nancy Pierce Tessie Pierce Martha Porter Sally Price Mary Ratcliffe Patricia Ray Margaret Reed Mary Riddell Ethel Ritchie Sara Russell Martha Seay Elizabeth Seay Catherine Simpson Janet Singletary Jimmie Sisk Dianna Steigen Linda Stone Karen Weeks Marilyn White Beverly Whitten Mary Wilborn Becky Wilson Beth York Lyn Hopkins Kitty English Sara Frances Russell Elizabeth Seay Mingled with the traditions of the University of Mississippi are those of Delta Gamma Fraternity. During the Christmas holidays of 1873 at Oxford ' s Lewis School for Girls, three young pupils, formed their own society. With the golden anchor as its emblem, the small s " sterhood has grown to an interna- tional fraternity based upon those same ideals of friendship and loyalty upo which it was founded. Delta Gamma now includes ninety chapters, comprised of over 47,000 women united in the bonds of the fraternity. The DG ' s are active in campus activities as they stress scholarship, leader- ship, and active participation in all facets of university life. This year, for the second consecutive time, a DG was elected Homecoming Queen. They also have Miss Ole Miss, a varsity cheerleader, a campus favorite, military spon- sors, and Ole Miss beauty, two AWS officers, and two fraternity sweethearts. DGs may also be found in honorary organizations such as Mortar Board, Cwens, and Alpha Lambda Delta. The girls of Alpha Psi, the mother chapter of Delta Gamma, take a special pride in their chapter house, for it includes a room in memory of the Founders. The house is the scene of all kinds of entertaining, from informal get-togethers to teas and date suppers. Delta Gammas try earnestly to live up to their motto, " Do Good. " They sup port the Delta Gamma Foundation ' s project, sight conservation and aid to the blind, and give an annual Christmas party for underprivileged children. For nearly a century, the high ideals set forth by the founders of Delta Gamma have remained the same. It is these ideals which give to Delta Gammas everywhere a common bond and purpose. Not Pictured: Jane Crenshaw, Marie Ford, Beverly Whitten. 222 Laurie Anthony Marty Bee Mary Biedenharn Linda Bowling Sylvia Bradley Virginia Brown Rachael Butler Kathy Caldwell Martha Chadwick Ann Clark Judy Cobb Judith Colvin Carolyn Coney Diane Conner Mary Craig Ruth Daly Penny Dunaway Beth Foster Rachael Fuller Janice Gibson Karen Graham Stephanie Gratz Sue Griffin Jan Gunter Carolyn Hagerman Kathy Hamberlin Stella Handy Harriet Harper Jan Harris Roseann Harwood Cheryl Haynie Mary Henry Mary Hewes Dixie Hickman Dorothy Ivy Judy Judge Susan Kees Karol Keye Patti Keye Phyl Kimball Virginia Kinard Patricia King Rosemary Latimer Jeanne Livingston Sharon Lynch Jacquelyn McClure Margaret McCormick Sally McDonnell Kay McGehee Georgia McKenzie Jean. Maitre Toni Malvezzi Susan Meason Judith Mitchell Sue Mitchell Sidney Mize Mary Mooney Patricia Munn Mimi Murphree Katherine Murphy Judith Ousley Judith Penn Mickey Pooley Glenda Rawson Charlotte Reviere Lucie Robertson Jane Simpson Julia Simpson Martha Smira Susan Smith Linda Stanfill Katharine Warren Betty West Marilyn Whitaker Leslie Wilsford Sally Winters Melinda Wise Carole Wislocki Beverly Young Carolyn Coney Penny Dunaway ... Rosemary Latimer Butchie Mize Today there are one hundred chapters of Kappa Delta, all descended from the one founded at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, on October 23, 1897. The four young founders had great dreams of a sorority which would unite college women everywhere under the bonds of sisterhood, scholarship, social interest, and service. The founders would have been pleased with Alpha Mu Chapter, for KD ' s are extremely active on the Ole Miss campus. Among their members are Army, Navy, and Air Force sponsors; a freshman and a varsity cheerleader; dormitory officers; a campus favorite; an Ole Miss beauty; Megaphone Club president; members of the Concert Singers, the University Dancers, and the University Players; members of Cwens and Mortar Board; a fraternity sweetheart; ASB committee members and active members of several religious denominational organizations. Kappa Deltas also do extensive philanthropic service, such as having a Christmas party for underprivileged children and sending a child to kindergarten each year. The Southern Colonial Chapter house of the Ole Miss KD ' s is very beautiful with its columns, long shuttered windows, and massive fanlighted doorway. The spaciousness of its interior facilitates entertaining during the year. The KD ' s give date suppers, fraternity swaps, and informal dances. The most im- portant social activities, however, are the Spring Formal, Founders Day and White Rose Banquet. The Kappa Delta sisters are united under the common bond of loyalty to the colors of emerald and pearl white, and to the pure white rose. Not Pictured: Elsie Ball, Janice Gibson, Ann James, Betty Lamar, Suzanne Lamar, Beth Parks, Patty Pehl, Linda Spain. Jane Allen Joan Allen Sandra Aust Betty Ball Katherine Barlow Anna Barnes Carolyn Billings Margaret Bird Bettie Bowen Barbara Buehl Alexis Canale Carolyn Carlton Linda Case Vigi Castleman Karen Clifford Shelia Conant Linda Cotner Annis Cross Brenda Davis Sue Davis Elizabeth Dexter Anita Dossett Nancy Duncan Joan Ebbing Joyce Ebbing Stephanie Eggleston Jane Ellzey Judy Ellzey Nancy Fenstermacher Patricia Garrett Cindy Grantham Phyllis Guest Roberta Halliday Sheila Hansen Addie Harper Pamela Haworth Kathryn Hester Jo Ann Hopper Becky Hughes Mimi Hummel Jeannie Johnson Kathleen Johnson Rosemary Johnson Sharon Jones Elizabeth Kersting Ann Killingsworth Carmen Klotz Olivia Littlefield Brenda Leo Lokey Marguerite Lokey Marjorie McCarson Olivia McCoy McCreight Marcia McDuff Pat McInnis Susan Metcalf Linda Miller Robin Nall Mary Pace Alice Payne Suzanne Permenter Rebecca Quessenberry Nancy Radcliffe Martha Rea Barbara Rican Vicki Smith Margaret Spiars Carol Stevens Barbara Straub Camille Thomas Kay Thompson Jessyca Waldran Judith Welden Jacqueline Wright Montine Young Mary Lou Pace .. Brenda Lokey Vicki Smith Barbara Ricau Delta Rho chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was established on the Ole Miss campus sixteen years ago. Kappa was founded at Monmouth College, Illinois, and has spread to include 86 collegiate chapters with common interests, ideals, and goals shared by the girls who wear the Golden Key. Kappas can be found participating in many activities at Ole Miss, such as the University " Y, " religious organizations, Student Education Association, University Players, Women ' s Recreational Association, Campus Senate, and various ASB Committees. Kappas have also won many University and state beauty titles, such as Miss University, an Ole Miss beauty, and finalists in the Best-Dressed contest. Scholarship is also stressed in the Kappa family, as is shown by their members in Phi Gamma Nu, Sigma Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, and. CWENS. Throughout the year the chapter has various social functions, such as teas, open houses, date suppers, and fraternity banquets. At Christmas they give the Faculty Tea and a party for underprivileged children. The Kappa House is the largest sorority house on campus, housing forty members. The spacious entrance hall, living room, and dining room are out- standing features of the chapter house, whose essential spirit is expressed by the following motto: " The mighty heart of our Kappa home is the culmination of efforts of many girls to live in harmony and sisterly love. This the tie which ties us all together . . . " Not Pictured: Martha Dell Bond, Mary Chatman, Mary Collins, M. Perry Deloach, Judy Florian, Bonnie Furnas, Sharon Anne Jones, Carroll Payne. 226 Sarah Anderson Betty Anclerton Martha Ballard Agnes Banchetti Diana Barger Beverly Brooks Rebecca Burress Myra Carter Carol Cassidy Patricia Cole Betty Cole Virginia Cooper Billie Earnheart Jo Edmondson Judy Elliott Susan Ellzey Bonnie Farr Connie Favret Beverly Forrest Susan French Amanda Gardner Sally Green Brenda Hall Annabelle Hamachek Ann Hardin Louise Harrison Anna Hemer Carolyn Henderson Barbara Holland Faye Holland Milly Holmes Sara Howard Patricia Hyde Mildred James Robbie Lindsey Nancy Lotterhos Glenda Luke Jane Lundberg Ginger McIngvale Louise McKinnon Velia Mayer Charlotte Mayo Patricia Moore Wanda Morgan Faye Murfee Nancy Norris Eleanor Nunnery Lynda Palmer Sandra Perkins Mary Perry Betsy Rankin Sharon Robinson Peggy Savage Judy Sherrill Ann Snowden Mary Summers Elizabeth Taylor Jessie Taylor Rebecca Taylor Nancy Thomas Sheila Thompson Edith Turley Vivian Veazey Carol Waits Sissy Waits Jane Ward Jill Watson Jean Wiley Kitty Williams Lennie Williams Lona Williams Sandra Winders Susan Wright Kitty Williams Betsy Rankin .... Dianne Perry Eva Farr The second oldest sorority in the country, Phi Mu, was founded at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852. Alpha Delta Chapter came to Ole Miss in 1924, the third sorority to come to the campus. The chapter stresses the development of self-confidence, personality, leadership ability, poise, and scholastic achievement, all of which are evident in a Phi Mu girl. Outstanding honors have been won by members of Alpha Delta chapter such as finalists in the Miss University and Maid of Cotton pageants, two Rebel Queens, Navy sponsors, AWS officers, and several fraternity sweet- hearts. Also, the Phi Mus are active in many campus organizations and have held offices in BSU, " Y " , Theta Sigma Phi, University Dancers, Phi Beta Lambda, University Players, and Phi Gamma Nu. Phi Mus are justly proud of their members in Mortar Board, CWENS, and Alpha Lambda Delta, schol- astic organizations. The Phi Mus entertain with various social functions during the year, such as open houses, date suppers, dances, Founders Day Banquet, foreign students ' Christmas Dinner, and their spring formal. These are just a few of the events that flourish at the Phi Mu house. Phi Mu holds an important spot in each member ' s heart. The warm con- geniality that is always found in the Phi Mu Castle will forever provide moments of wonderful memories to each girl that enters into the bonds of Phi Mu. Not Pictured: Sandra Casselli, Ruby Katherine Clegg, Barbara Ellard, Mandy Flangan, Lou Anne Ford, Cheryl Irby, Evonne Mullen, Joyce Murphy, Floria Robinson, Nikki Griffin, Carmen Selby. Sylvia Abernethy Janellen Baker Sandra Chustz June Clark Martha Floyd Susan Heyward Sally Hines Fern Jones Lucie Larson Loydale Ligon Marylyn Long Peggy McClure Marianne McElroy Judy Marlowe Maretta Martin Manelle Maurras Sara Mieher Patty Parsley Marsha Perry Penny Ray Sandra Smith Jane Steele Gail Stewart Pamela Vaughn Lois Wicks Helen Wood Rosalyn Perry . Helen Wood Fern Jones Peg McClure The first organization of college women with the aims and policies of a national fraternity was Pi Beta Phi. Pi Phi was founded on April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois. Presently, the sorority has over one hundred active chapters located at leading colleges and universities in the United States and Canada with over sixty-five thou sand initiated members. Pi Phi has nearly three hundred active alumnae clubs which serve even more to strengthen the ties of the sisterhood. In 1912 Pi Beta Phi estabilshed a settlement school in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, which now offers unequaled opportunities for those in the mountain com- m unity. With the establishment of the school, Pi Phi was the first Greek letter organization to have a national philanthropy. Gamma Chapter made its debut on the Ole Miss Campus in October, 1961. Since that time Pi Phi has shown remarkable progress in all phases of campus life. Members are active in various ASB committees, Epsilon Gamma Epsilon, Phi Beta Lambda, Committee of 100, Student Education Association and the OLE Miss staff. Scholarship is stressed in Gamma Chapter and the group received the honorary plaque for the highest scholastic average on campus. The Ole Miss Pi Phis also captured the First Place trophy in Intramural sports and then rounded out the year ' s activities by winning top honors in the annual Rebelee Festivities. Pi Beta Phi is not an organization of mere social aims, but has stronger purposes—the development of fine character and qualities of leadership, the promotion of worthy scholarship, and service to others. The work, play, and ideals shared in the Pi Phi sisterhood help to make each member ' s college years a truly rewarding experience. Not Pictured: Barbara Gabriel, Harriet Long, Shirley Rhoads. Martha Austin Jane Alexander Katherine Abraham Rita Bailey Caroline Cheshire Kay Churchill Bevery Cory Vickie Dycus Donna Else Helen Eubanks Rita Fitchett Claudette Flanagan Jeanie Goodman Deitra Grubbs Judy Jennings Judith Johnson Patricia Latta Mary Lee Dorothy Ligon Mary McClure Laura McLemore Alice Mitchell Alice Moody Sandra Moore Jeanine Ogletree Jacquelyn Reese Sandy Seater Sandy Sheffield Susan Singleterry Kitty Skeen Linda Stone Sherry Taylor Mary Thornton Elizabeth Tumlinson Lynn Wagner Jan Wells Gay Moody Sandi. Moore Donna Ruth Else Martha Austin .. Nine patrician daughters of Southern families banded together to forge the first link in a chain that now binds more than 30,000 loyal women together in Zeta Tau Alpha. The fraternity was born on October 15, 1898, and was the first women ' s fraternity to be chartered in the State of Virginia by a special act of the legislature. Gamma Delta chapter came to Ole Miss in 1939 and since that time has been active in all fields of endeavor on the campus. Zetas participate in various campus organizations, such as Women ' s Recreation Association, University Players, Campus Senate, Sigma Alpha Iota, and many ASS Committees. Zetas can be found in honorary organizations such as CWENS, Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Members of the fraternity are officers in Theta Sigma Pi, Mortar Board, dormitories, University Singers, " Y " , Angel Flight, and Student Education Association. In recent years, Zetas have held such top honors as Miss Ole Miss, Secretary of the Associated Student Body, Miss Majorette of Mississippi, Naval ROTC sponsor, Miss Oxford, favorites, and beauties. The Zetas are especially happy this year because of the complete remodeling of their chapter house and the addition of a new wing to enlarge its capacity. Zeta Tau Alpha has given to every girl who wears the shield a heritage of lifelong privileges and friendships perpetuated beyond the period of college days— " Once a Zeta, always a Zeta. " Zeta ' s principles of service to its own membership, to those outside the fraternity, and to the community, is manifest in its scholarship, philanthropic and war service programs. Not Pictured: Martha Bailey, Pat Bates, Margaret Browne, Lou Cooley, Ann DuPont, Karen Files, Carolyn Hamilton, Lonna Lightbody, Mary Nelle Massey, Cecelia Richardson, Nancy Speetjens, Jan Tumasz. First Row: Dale Barnes, Steve Beach, R. E. Branch, Dick Brock, Cecil Brown, John Carr. Second Row: Jim Crook, Yancey Gillespy, Billy Gunn, Larry Higgenbotham, Miller Holmes, Bruce Jayne. Third Row: Don Jones, Dane Lane, Roger Moore, Joe Perrault, Bill Pyle, Glenn Samford. Fourth Row: Bernard Shipp, Jess White, Bruce Whyte, Allen Yates. Not Pictured: George Abraham, Jerry Foster, Joe Cox, Cliff Hodge, Hardy Hamich, Randy Jones, Doug Lewis, Ray Mitchell, Bob Phama, Dan Rorbinowitz, Morris Spivey. Left to Right, Front: Dick Brock, Treasurer; Stephen Beach, Vice-President. Back: Jess White, Secretary; Dale Barnes, President. The organization designed to regulate and govern the activities of all social fraternities on the University campus is the Inter-Fraternity Council. The primary function of the IFC is to serve as a governing body of the sixteen fraternities. It is composed of two repre- sentatives chosen from each fraternity and is governed by four officers elected from the membership of the council itself. The council meets bi-monthly to discuss the mutual problems of the fraternity system. Another duty of the council is carried out each year in the planning, setting up, and enforcing of rules for fratern- ity rush. Throughout the coordination of activities, the Inter- Fraternity Council attempts to unite the fraternities in a spirit of friendly brotherhood, to promote scholarship, to encourage new fraternities and to develope existing chapters and individuals in the fraternity system. Dale Barnes ... Steve Beach .. Jess White .... Dick Brock .... DALE BARNES, President of I.F.C. Gardner Adams Curtis Ayers James Baker Arthur Barnes James Bonner Robert Boswell Graham Boyd David Campbell Richard Carothers Dewitt Christy Richard Coleman Stephan Cooper Don Davis James Day Dale Duckworth Everette Easley John Freeman William Funderburk Larry Grantham Skipper Holley Bruce Jayne Richard Jeter Frank Jones Randolph Jones Charles Jordan James Knox John Krause John Lomax Joseph McCarty George Manifold Ronald Milner Jonathon Nash William Parks Aubrey Patterson Marion Perry Andrew Phay Weldon Phillips Morris Pigott James Pryor William Regan Frederick Schramm Charles Scruggs John Shaw Tom Smith James Stahlman Johnny Stewart Charles Stone Michael Taylor John Thorburn Jack Veazey Robert Warren John. Gregory Bruce Jayne . . Dale Barnes .. Greg Boyd ... MISS LONA WILLIAMS Nationally, Alpha Tau Omega, is one of the oldest and largest fraternities. The Delta Psi Chapter of the Taus was founded at Ole Miss in 1927 and has risen to become the well-rounded fraternity it is today. Spirit and enthusiasm are shown by members participating in many campus activities, such as student government, military organizations, religious, and honorary groups. Last year the Taus were high in scholarship. Also, the Chapter has never been below the campus all men ' s average in grades. The ATO ' s entertain annually with their Spring formal which is their main social event each year. The Spring is a busy season for the Taus as they par- ticipate in an annual service project in Lafayette County. With the aid of a different sorority each year, the men rebuild the home of a needy family in this area. This year the ATO ' s are very proud of the new addition to their house which was completed this summer. The chapter house can accommodate forty of its members. The new addition provides adequate facilities such as the large patio, dance floor, and kitchen. The ATO ' s boast of strong alumni associations throughout Mississippi. Some of the prominent men who belong to these ranks include: Dr. William D. McCain, President of the University of Southern Mississippi; Claude " Tad " Smith, Ole Miss Athletic Diector; and Mr. George Street, the Assistant of University Development. Through the years the Delta Psi Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega has earned quite a reputation for its outstanding contributions to our state both on and off the Ole Miss campus. Not Pictured: Ghill Allen, Bubba Brown, David Browne, Jimmy Carnahan, Rusty Cobb, Jim Daly, Jerry Dantone, Howard Davis, Richie Defenbaugh, Jimmy Dickerson, Ron Edwards, R. D. Funderburk, John Gregory, David Haraway, Tid Harpole, Ramon Himeli, Larry Holder, Bill Hunt, Jon Jennings, Martin Kilpatrick, Larry Latham, Joe Lee, Harry McCollum, Jimmy MacDonald, Bill Martin, Charles Mullins, Ed Neal, Eric Streed, Martin Taylor, Ed Taylor, Horton Townes, Dennis Voge, Hap Woodson. James Anderson Larry Baygents Robert Brenner Phillip Bryant James Davis Roy Dewelles Carter Dobbs George Dorrill Franklin Eubanks Cyril Faneca Fred Fortenberry Sidney Gremillion Lindsay Harp Robert Hauberg Gene Hock Charles Ivy John Lippincott William Lipscomb Edward McCool Paul Miller Frank Moore Alan Murphree Willard Neel James Peden Robert Phillips Clarence Prang Hubert Prewett William Pyle Richard Reuter Fred Rushton John Schwent Pascol Townsend Mitchell Ward Harry Wattson Benjamin Weathersby Charles Weathersby Jesse White Frank Moore Charles Weathersby . Robert Hauberg James Peden Since its founding in 1839, at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Beta Theta Pi has been a leader academically and socially. The oldest major national fra- tetrnity, Beta was also the first member of the famed Miami Triad. Beta Beta Chapter, which arrived at the University of Mississippi in 1879, is prominent for scholarship, distinguished alumni, and leadership in campus activities. One of the primary duties of a Beta pledge is to maintain good academic standing, for the fraternity has long been known for its emphasis on Nationally, Beta has been either at or near the top of the academic ladder for years. The Beta Theta Pi alumni have brought distinction to the name of their fraternity. They include: John Satterfield, a past President of the American Bar Association; Frank Smith, Director of the Tennessee Valley Authority; Jamie Whitten, U.S. Congressman; Sydney Arleton, President of the Bar Association; and John Fox, Jr., Dean of Admissions to the Ole Miss Law School. This year the Betas are eagerly awaiting the completion of their new house. The new house will be the scene of various social functions such as informal get togethers and the Spring Formal, their social highlight of the year. Although the pink rose is the national flower of Beta Theta Pi, the Chapter at Ole Miss favors the Magnolia. Betas everywhere proudly display pink and blue as their fraternity colors, and they all honor the dragon. Not Pictured: Paul W. Johnson, Carl W. Paden, Richard A. Reecht, Charles J. Weeks, James E. Williams. Everette Anderson William Anthony Larry Austin Henry Babes William Ballard Jacob Barr William Bobbs Charles Broad William Donald Julian Edwards James Etz Benjamin Everett Thomas Fore Robert Foster Stephen Foster Michael Franco Gordon Gammill Sam Geisenberger Kirk Grantham Christopher Green James Gullett William Gunn Keene Hammond. George Hayles George Homich Jefferey Hood Cecil Hussey Van Lee Clark Leonard William Lott Leonard McAfee William McGehee George McIngvale William McMullen James Mabus Ivan Miles Frederic Miller William Morris Lynal Owens John Perkins Robert Pool John. Porter Peter Rosato James Sewell King Shurtleff Ben Smith Lawton Stevens David Stone Ernest Thomas Fred Thompson Donald White Roberts Wilson Leonard Young Bill Morris .... Clark Leonard . Bill Ballard .. Bill Anthony .. MISS DAMARIS DODSON The first fraternity to be estabilshed on the Ole Miss campus and in the state of Mississippi, was Delta Kappa Epsilon. The Dekes have molded the history of our campus. Delta Kappa Epsilon takes pride in its many outstanding alumni and their contributions to our university. Among such notable figures are Henry Minor Faser, who founded the Ole Miss Pharmacy School and Benjamin Lowry, Captain of the University Greys. At present five Dekes are on the University faculty. Outstanding men such as Cole Porter, Theodore Roosevelt, J. P. and Admiral Robert E. Perry are also Deke alumni. This year Chi Chapter is hosting the one hundred nineteenth International Delta Kappa Epsilon Convention in Memphis with the help of Brother Henry Loeb. The Dekes are known on this campus for having some of the best parties and this reputation is zealously maintained each year. Christmas and Homecoming spotlight Deke parties in the Fall. Last Spring the Chi Chapter intro- duced a new tradition by having a houseparty in Florida in place of their Spring formal. The idea proved very successful and the Dekes are looking forward to another houseparty this Spring. Party time, however, is not the only occupation of the Dekes as they sponsor various service projects, one of which is their Christmas Party for children. The Deke Chapter lends itself to both studying and having a good time with a fully equipped recreation room, patio, sundeck, and a large dance floor. Each member of Delta Kappa Epsilon strives to live up to fraternal ideals set by the founding fathers. This is exemplified by the brotherhood shown in Chi Chapter. Not Pictured: Bob Bostic, Charles Chambers, Pecky Furr, Butch Gaia, Jimmy Johnson, Mason Leslie, Sam Mavar, Bill Matthews, Sam Melsheimer, Gene Pearson, Claude Powell, Mike Reaves, Lester Sergeant, Bobby Walker. Varis Barenis Robert Barton George Bolton James Bridges John Carr Richard Chambers Philip Cranston Carl Davis John Evans George Gillespie Hannis Hudson Winn Hutchcraft Waite Ligon Hugh Nichols Robert Pannell James C. Randle Marvin Sanders Paul Staudte Thomas Tenfelde Russell Thompson Seth Williams In 1855, the Phi Chapter of Delta Psi colonized on the Ole Miss campus. Although they were the second fraternity established on the campus, they were the first fraternity on the Ole Miss campus and in the state to build a fraternity house. Delta Psi was established at Columbia University in New York City in 1847 and chose azure, blue, and gold for its colors. Traditional secrecy is one of the outstanding concepts in Delta Psi. Because they feel that secrecy is a uniting factor in their brotherhood, they withhold the names of their officers. Also important is the fact that they do not allow the back of their pins to be seen. D uring the school year, Delta Psi ' s and their dates enjoy various parties and outings. The most eventful of these is their Spring formal, the Saints and Angels Ball. Throughout the years, Delta Psi has been known for producing leaders. Among these are the late Judge Hemingway, for whom Hemingway Stadium was named; the first Editor of the OLE Miss, G. Garcaud Lyell; William President of the Ole Miss alumni; former Governor Hugh White; Representative Will Whittington; and Speaker of the House Walter Sillers. Delta Psi has been an outstanding figure in the history of the greek fratern- ities and it has remained one of the old-line, Ivy league fraternities. Brotherhood is evident in Phi Chapter as the men are always striving to uphold the ideals and principles upon which they were founded. Not Pictured: James Carroll, Joel J. Ford, James Edwin Mitchell, Max R. Mullins, Wendall P. Mullins, Robert D. Tapp. 242 Fred Abney James Addleton Thomas Armour William Atkinson Robert Bailey Wirt Beard Robert Beasley Jimmy Carter John Caulfield Richard Chaffin William Crutcher James Curtin James Dail Herbert Dewees Roger Dixon Don Eastland Dennis Ford Herbert Foregger Walter Gorton William Gowan George Gragson Thomas Harvey Jimmy Holland Reuben Houston John Jayme Thomas Jones Thomas Kellum Ken Lackey Joseph Lipscomb Joseph Lotterhos Ignatius Luckett Hal McClanahan Dan McIntosh Donald McPherson Alpheus McRae Michael McRee Frank Marchant James Martin William Martin Robert Metz Lattimore Michael Lester Mitchell Wiley Mock John Mortimer Ted Neuweiler Randy Noble John Noble Chuck Norman Robert Pettit Harry Sanders Lawson Sheldon James Sherrard Joe Speed Charles Squires Jimmy Squires Dudley Stewart Robert Stockett Charles Sykes Gary Taylor Steve Terracin Mitchell Thrower John Tomlinson Douglas Turner Stephen Waldron Wallace Whiten Mac Gorton Jimmy Sherrard John Arthur Mortimer Tommy Crutcher MISS CAROLYN CARLTON A group of Confederate soldiers at Washington and Lee in Lexington, Virginia, banded themselves together under the name of Kappa Alpha Order on December 2, 1865. General Robert E. Lee, the spiritual father, was President of Washington and Lee at the time and it is to him that many ideals of KA are traced. There are now eighty-three active Kappa Alpha chapters, all located " South of the Mason-Dixon line " with over fifty thousand members. The Alpha Upsilon Chapter was established on the University of Mississippi campus on January 12, 1900. Since that time the Kappa Alpha ' s have pro- duced leaders in all phases of campus life such as the President of the Student Body, Student Judicial Council member, Editor of the Mississippian, and var- ious other school offices. The men of KA are also active in Intramurals as they won the football intramural championship this Fall. The KA social calendar is always filled and numerous parties are highlighted during the various seasons such as the Hayseed Party, Beachcomber Party, the Rose Ball and The KA Old South Ball. Along with exciting Homecoming festivities this year the KA ' s won first prize for their Homecoming decorations for the second year in a row. The aim of the Kappa Alpha Order is " to train young college men to cherish the southern ideal of character by honoring and protecting pure womanhood, practicing courtesy and self-control and preferring self respect to ill-gotten gain. " Not Pictured: Gerald Abraham, Cecil Allred, Josh Bogan, Randy Broome. Allen Brown, Joe Colingo, Jon Crocker, Henry Duperior, Howard Dyer, Donny Frey, Peter Generally, Don Gleason, Wayne Harris, Dick Herman, David Hodo, Tommy Home, Billy Carl Irwin, Bill Jennings, Jack Lowery, Rollo Moses, Bill Parsons, Jimmy Patterson, Charles Ray, Tom Ray, Charles Scott, John Shelton, Buddy Smith, Ray Smith, Morris Spivey. Vettra Alderson Richard Arnold Henry Bennett Charles Best David Bogan Lorenzo Boykin Henry Brock Ronnie Brooks Joel Bunkley Robert Bunnell John Chesteen Paul Conguista Robin Cotten Mark Dabbs Don Downer Carl Drake Mitchell Driskell Ben. Edmonson Ray Fornea Joseph Garrison Charles Gates William Greenwell Donald. Hall. Charles Henson Jimmy Jackson Roger Jones Stephen Jones Henry Kline Raymond LaDue Jean Larroux Larry Lewis Edward Lobrano Milton McKellar James Magee Donald Martin Roger Mauzey Wilmer Mills George Moore Joseph Murphey Hugo Newcomb Joe Patty Joseph Perrault Lars Phillips James Ratliff John Redhead Robert Renfro Joseph. Roberts Lawrence Robison Ronald Russell John Sartin John Seobold Clark Smith Robert Smith Thomas Stoney Larry Thompson Richard Truly Robert Wall William Wardlaw James Ware Ted Ware William Ware Wren Way Jack Walkins Jim Ratliff Gene Drake Thomas Storey ... Lars Phillips Although the first American chapter of Kappa Sigma was organized in 1869 at the University of Virginia, the fraternity was foun ded in. Italy at the University of Bologna in 1400. Delta Xi Chapter, which came to the University of Mississippi in 1926, is one of the 134 chapters in forty-five states and two Canadian provinces. The National organization of Kappa Sigma provides many advantages for the members of its active chapters. The Kappa Sig Endowment Fund affords scholarship loans, leadership training schools, chapter house loans, and inter- national and regional meetings for fellowship and brotherhood. In its thirty-eight years on campus, Kappa Sigma has been important in every activity, for the fraternity belives that full participation in many different phases of college life is the main ingredient for a prosperous four years at Ole Miss. The fraternity is also justly proud of its reputation for having out- standing parties. These include theme parties, a Homecoming dance, a formal, and the Stardust Ball in the Spring. Kappa Sigma ' s importance is partly shown by the quality of its alumni. Delta Xi Chapter has endowed the state and nation with. Rhodes Scholars, a governor, and outstanding business and professional men. Perhaps the most famous Kappa Sigma was Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy. This year the Kappa Sig ' s are extremely proud of their new house, which was dedicated during Homecoming festivities. Doctor J. M. Ward of the Medical School in Jackson, District Grand Master, and. Mr. Baxter Elliott, President of the Kappa Sigma House Corporation, were some promin- ent Kappa Sigma alumni who were present for the dedication ceremony. Kappa Sigma embodies the finest traditions of brotherhood and steadfast allegiance. The symbolic colors of the fraternity-scarlet, green, and white are honored by the members of this fraternity. Not Pictured: J. Barrett, J. Backstrom, R. Baucom, A. Brignac, B. Carsley, M. Cassaday, B. Daniels, Jody Gex, R. Googe, M. Hardy, J. McGeHee, M. McGough, J. Morgan, B. Nickle. MISS MILDRED ANN JAMES James Abbott Sidney Abdalla Thomas Abernethy William Aden John Armstron g Robert Bailey William Baker John Barrett Samuel Bates William Belk Hudson Bell George Bergold Len Blackwell John Bolich Joe Brady Michale Carter Harold .Clark Michael Cook John Dement Walter Dennis Warren Dorsey Lawrence Dudley George Everett Eugene Fair Cecil Ford Charles Fyfe Johnny Gammill Henry Gastrell Stephen Glaze Samuel Grantham. John Green Edwin Hayman Jeff Hollingsworth Michael Home James Hudgins Heber Ladner Robert Lorentz James Love Henry McCaslin Grady McCool William. McGlathery Wallace McMillan George McMullan Jerry Mason Floyd Melton Walter Merritt Arl Moore John Morris William Mounger Richard Parker Robert Parker Sam Phillips John Roach Herbert Rogers William Rutledge William Scott Dave Shands Thomas Shelton Bernie Smith. Thomas Smith Richard Stovall Hiram Sumrall William Sumrall John Todd John Travis George Walcott Friend Walker William Warfield William Williams Douglass Wills Allen Yates George McMullan John Todd Jerry Mason Floyd Melton MISS DOROTHY DUNCAN JONES Since its arrival on the Ole Miss Campus in 1877, Phi Delta Theta has come to mean friendship, learning, and integrity. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, was the birthplace of this international fraternity which began in 1848 and has now grown to 123 chapters with over ninety six thousand initiated mem- bers. Mississippi Alpha has produced leaders in every field of endeavor. Among these honors are President of ODK, President of the Engineering School, Assistant to the Student Body President, and numerous positions in honorary organizations on campus. Nationally, the Ole Miss Phis have been recognized in scholarship by re- ceiving the Ward Trophy, awarded annually to the Phi Chapter with the highest scholastic average in the nation, for five of the last six years. Mississippi Alpha was also recognized at the Phi Delta Theta national convention when awarded the Community Service Day Trophy for renovating the Lafayette County Old Folks Home. And for two consecutive years Mississippi Alpha was awarded the Founder ' s Trophy, given to the most outstanding Phi Chapter in the nation. Selection is based on excellence in scholarship, service, and campus leadership. Phi brothers also find time for a full social life and entertain frequently with such events as the Ivy League Weekend, " Moneymaker " parties, and their annual Blue and White Formal, which is held in the Spring. The Phis of Ole Miss earnestly strive to live up to the ideals upon which the chapter is based—friendship, learning, and integrity. Not Pictured: John Abbott, Johnny Ainsworth, Mason Arnold, Marion Black, Guy Bumpass, Kirk Carter, Buzzy Clayton, Cary Cocke, Lawrence Coco, Cavette Conaway, Jimmy Cox, Kent Dear, David Fenstermacher, Louis Field, J. C. Herring, Cliff Hodge, D. Holcomb, Edwin Holt, Fred Hulett, Dick Hull, Paul Johnson, Robert Johnson, Johnny Keesee, Balfour Lipscomb, Johnny Longino, Mitch Massey, Frank McDonald, Rives Neblett, Bobby Nored, Joe Frank Odom, Bob Pullen, Gary Roberson, Johnny Robertson, Bobby Robinson, Fred Sandifer, Ed Sisson, Charlie Swayze, Will. Thompson, Cooper Thueber, Freddie Travis, John Turner. 248 Michael Brucker Stephen Ehrlich Nathan Fisher Douglas Lewis Maurice Perlstein Daniel Rabinowitz Wesley Rozolsky Gary Weinstein Maurice C. Perlstein, Jr. Michael Brucker Nathan S. Fisher Wesley B. Rozolsky From the small beginning of seven men, who banded together to preserve a friendship, has grown the present Fraternity of Phi Epsilon Pi. Since its founding on November 23, 1904, at the College of the City of New York, it has become an organization possessing thirty-eight active chapters, thirty-five alumni associations, and a total membership of over thirteen thousand men. In 1921, Phi Epsilon Pi took its place among other national fraternities by being admitted as a senior member of the National Interfraternity Conference. Alpha Sigma Chapter came to the University of Mississippi on February 16, 1935, and has been active on campus ever since. Phi Ep has produced lead- ers not only on campus but on a national scale. Among these prominent alumni are Joseph Altman, Mayor of Atlantic City; Marshall Goldberg, former All- American football player; Jack Martin, former administrative assistant to President Eisenhower; Allan Rothenberg, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor; Reverend Dr. Jonah B. Wise, famed theologian; and Colonel William Friedman, Chief of Army Signal Intelligence Service. An Alpha Sigma Phi Ep was Editor-in-Chief of the OLE MISS for two consecutive years. Phi Eps are also noted for their active participation in campus politics and ASS affairs. These activities, however, are of secondary importance when compared to the brotherhood and unity which exist among those who honor the purple and gold. George Abraham David Biggs Fred Bourn Richard Brock James Caldwell Robert Connell Jimmy Dedeaux Marlin Dellinger Charles Deming Dennis Doyle George Dubois James Edwards Brad Harrington Dennis Heth John Hill Lloyd Hogue William Hopper Richard Hutchins John jabour Edwin Jackson Tony Jones William Leatherman Claude Locke Michael Malouf Edward Naro Norman Palmer Walter Palmer Jerry Parker George Petering Andrew Prince Paul Purnell Jimmie Reed John Rhodes F. A. Schurtz Douglas Sherrer Bernard Shipp Hal Sloas Vernon Smith Richard Thielker John Twiehaus Dudley Walker Michael Womack Johnny Wright Johnny B. Wright . J. Vickers Hill Lloyd E. Hogue . Fred E. Bourn .. . MISS MARIE RITCHIE Mississippi Alpha of Phi Kappa Psi, founded in 1857, is the third oldest social fraternity on the Ole Miss campus. Mississippi Alpha is one of sixty-two other chapters scattered throughout the United States which join together under the shield of Phi Kappa Psi. The Phi Psi ' s take an active part in various phases of social life. The brothers take part in Homecoming, Dixie Week, Rebelee, and Student Government. True fraternal spirit is shown is the sponsoring of an underprivileged Party at Christmas. The Phi Kappa Psi ' s at Ole Miss add to their college life by staging a number of informal parties and dances as well as the annual Jacqueminot Ball in the Spring. Realizing that all play makes a poor student, the Phi Psis promote better scholarship among their members. Phi Kappa Psi has provided many leaders in government, commerce, sports, and the arts. The boys point with pride to Woodrow Wilson, Billy Mitchell, and Perry O ' Brien, who embodied the ideals of the fraternity. Mississippi Alpha, after being in the Magnolia State over a century, has alumni in all sections of the state. Not Pictured: George Allenburger, Jack Barnett, Paul Cook, Ronald Dennis, Scott Ely, Billy Gulledge, Robert Helms, E. Murrah Herndon, J. Vickers Hill, Larkin McAllister, C. Roy McMillan, John S. Oswald, John Spence, Charles Ross Spencer. Robert Allen R. E. Branch Wesley Branch Eddie Brawley William Brittingham Cecil Brown Gale Butler Gerald Center Thomas Couch Edward Craig Servetus Crockett Ranny Cross Larry Cunningham William Dalehite Glen Davidson Arnold .Dyne Ray Earls Guy Ellis Ned Feltenstein Robert Gentry Newton Gill Hardy Graham Sedgie Griffith Don Hamachek Robert Hamill Bryan Harper Joseph Hartley Henry Haynes M. P. Haynes James Herndon Jon Hinson Noble Hovater John Hudson Knox Huff James Johnson Mendal Kemp William Kirby Claude Ladner Henry Laird Barry Land Robert Lee Glenn Lyle Donald McNelley John Maxwell Alfred Meador Elvin Mills Joseph Monsour Thomas Morris John Moss Robert Neill Gilbert Payne William Phillips Ray Arthur Stephen Rimmer William Rochelle Allan Ross Joel Sartoris Tommy Scott Robert Scruggs William Shoemaker Logan Slaughter John Smith Gerald Stephenson James Thigpen Joe Thompson Richard Todd Jack Townes Bobby Weatherly Eddie White Ernest White Rayburn Whitener Larry Yarbrough Florian Yoste Ralph Young David Wilson .. Henry Haynes .. Garner Lester .. Ralph Young .. MISS JUDY WILLIAMS The Gamma Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on the Ole Miss campus in 1927 and since that time has grown into one of the largest and most outstanding of the fraternities on campus. Essentially a southern fraternity, being founded at the University of Virginia, Pi Kappa Alpha has steadily increased its membership and now is considered one of the five largest fra- ternities in the United States. In keeping with their heritage, the Pikes live in a colonial-type chapter house which has proven to be one of the major architectural additions to the campus in recent years. The Pike house is the scene of every type of social event during the Ole Miss season from Open Houses and pledge swaps to the famous Roman Ball, which has become the outstanding social event of the fall semester. Other parties for which they are well-known on the campus are the rollicking Playboy Party, at which the Playmate of the Year is selected, informal dances, date suppers, and the Dream Girl Ball at which the Pikes announce the identity of their sweetheart, the Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha. In demonstrating their interest in school affairs this year the Pi Kappa Alpha ' s have captured honors such as ASB treasurer, three freshman cheer- leaders, varsity cheerleader, campus senators, and University Scholars. Pike leadership has become synonymous with leadership at the University, and the Garnet and Gold colors of Pi Kappa Alpha have graced every responsible student office for the past decade. Pi Kappa Alpha seeks to instill in its members the two principles of brother- hood and southern tradition upon which it was founded nearly a century ago. Not Pictured: Fred Anderson, Ray Beddingfield, Chet Bergalowski, John Blackburn, Mike Davis, Larry Dorr, Gary Dye, Richard Evers, Robert Gladney, Whaley Hall, Burt Haney, Nelson Muchison, Tommy Keyes, Reid Kimbrell, John P. Lee, Garner Lester, Bob Joe Montgomery, Harvey McCrosky, Don McNelley, Arthur McIntosh, Bill Profilet, Dallas Raines, Jim Roberts, Johnny Ross, Dave Smith, Rowan Thompson, Gayden Ward, George Watson, Rayborn Whitner, Jim Whitten, David Wilson, Bill Yoste. Hirschel Abbott David Adams William Anderson Milton Armor Hugh Bell Thomas Boyle Andrew Brauscome William Brown Robert Carpenter Laurance Chandler William Cooper Benjamin Crawford William Dean. William Deterly Douglas Duke Lewis Edwards John Fatherree Tom Floyd Claude Foote Tommy Ford Ron Franklin Royce Franks Lonnie Frazier Benji Gaines Joseph Garzik John Gayden Charles Graeber Rayner Graeber Alfred Greer James Hamilton Raymond Himes Miller Holmes William Holmes William Hope James Hoppers David Hurt Ed Hussey John Johnson Donald Jones Robert Jones Robert Lane Berry Lannom Nathaniel Lea Billy Lee Hugh Love William McGinnis Mallette Ralph Mayfield Richard Mellon Norval Metcalf John Metz Gerald Mills Gid Montjoy Hall Moody James Morgan Charles Nelms Richard Ousley Samuel Owen James Price Jim Price Malcolm Price Joseph Ring Alfred Rowan Terry Schad Ben Seale Joseph Seawright James Smith Larry Smith Ralph Smith Tom Smith Robert Stucker John Sumner Robert Taylor Van Temple Dick Thomas Thomas Wade Homer Whittington Edward Wilson James Winter Hugh Love Cleve Brown . Sledge Floyd Hirshel Abbott Claiming the honor and distinction of being the first Southern fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon traces its origins back to the University of Alabama, where on March 9, 1856 it was founded by a group of eight close confederates. Since that time it has grown to be the largest national college fraternity in the United States. SAE is noted for its fostering of the Interfraternity Council, as is shown by their establishment of the first national leadership headquarters building, Levere Memorial Temple at Evanston, Illinois. Gamma Chapter was established at Ole Miss in 1866 by L. Q. C. Lamar one of the greatest Southern statesmen. In their endeavors to live up to Lamar ' s standards, local SAE ' s try hard in scholarship and in extracurricular activities. SAE ' s are found in almost every phase of campus life, and also are outstanding when as alumni they enter the business or professional world. Their red brick chapter house, whose focal point is a long, white-columned veranda, is the scene of numerous parties, such as the spring formal, date suppers, a shipwreck, and the annual convict party. SAE ' s participate eagerly in these forms of entertainment, for a good social life is important to them. The symbols of the fraternity are the colors, purple and gold; their flower, the violet; the goddess Minerva, symbol of wisdom, and her faithful attendants, the lions. Not Pictured: Nelson Cauthen, Charles Conner, Dub Crum, Bob Deterly, Kenny Dill, C. W. Gary, Bill Gates, Tully Hall, Guy Harril, John James, Charlie McAlexander, Bill Sampson, John Storment, Sherman Swalm. Jan Adelman Walter Aldridge John Arnold James Bailey David Baker James Barksdale John Barnes William Bearden Fred Bell Marshall Bennett James Bomboy Kenneth Boone John Bryan Russell Calvert Tom Cleveland Merrill Diket Edward Dunn Nathan Feibelman Don Fruge John Gary William Gillespie Wesley Godwin David Guyton Robert Guyton Frank Harrington John Harty Anthony Herrera Larry Higginbotham Stanley Hindman Ernest Howard. R. R. Hudson Braxter Irby Robert Jackson Larry Johnson Russell Johnson Hilliard Jordan John Kinard Thomas Lamb Charles Law Horace Lester John Joe McNeese Troy Mashburn John Maxey Thomas Mon tgomery Robert Montjoy John Moore William Moore William Morris Thomas Murphree Hugh Potts Lent Rice Thomas Rice Tommy Rogers William Rogers Robert Russell Benjamin Sanders Jeffrey Sauls John Schaffer Don Scott Robert Seibels William Strawbridge Anthony Thaxton James Thaxton David Vickery Lucian Wadlington David Wells Gerald White Joseph Wilkins Robert Worsham Wes Godwin Larry Johnson Troy Mashburn . Robert Jackson MISS NANCY COURSEY Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, was the birthplace of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Sigma Chi was the third fraternity to be founded at Miami during June, 1855, and was co mpleted at the famous " Miami Triad. " The Constantine Chapter of Sigma Chi was formed during the late part of the Civil War to perpetuate the fraternity in the South. This chapter has served as a model for chapters formed all over the world in times of war by many fraternities. Eta Chapter, one of Sigma Chi ' s greatest, was established at the University in 1857, and since that time has consistently produced its share of leaders in every phase of campus life. The Sigma Chis have shown such leadership this year with President of ODK, President of the " M " Club, President of the Associated Student Body, and Assistant Editor of the OLE Miss. Eta Chapter has constantly been one of the top three fraternities in campus scholarship and its members are active in many honorary organizations. The numerous Sigma Chi Varsity football players are enthusiastically supported b y two Sigma Chi Varsity cheerleaders. On the national scene are Sigma Chis such as Milton Caniff, award-winning creator of Steve Canyon; astronaut Walter Schirra who piloted his Sigma Seven, named for the fraternity; and Senator Barry Goldwater from Arizona. The men of Eta Chapter enjoy a gala social season highlighted by such parties as the Redneck and Suppressed Desire parties, Sigma Chi Derby Day, and the Sweetheart Ball, at which the fraternity announces the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. The men of Sigma Chi are steadfastly loyal to the fraternity and strive to live up to their motto: " In Hoc Signo Vinces, " which means, " In This Sign We Conquer. " Not Pictured: Bill Allen, Robbie Barrow, Howard Brown, Jimmy Chandler, Fred Cribbs, Tommy Cribbs, Tony Dodson, John Doggett, David Houston, Dan Hughes, Teddy Jones, Lee Jordan, Larry Kerr, Jimmy Long, Bo Marsalis, Jake McInnis, Alex McKeigney, Tommy McNeese, Mike Mallory, Randy Mott, Coleman Murphee, Dick Neelly, Mike Nelson, Ed Perry, Bill Poland, Freddy Roberts, Mickey Ryan, Dan Scarborough, Billy Spenser, Barry Teller, George Vickery, Ronnie Wall, Chad Wood. Guff Abbot Therrell Allen William Allen Charles Ballard Buell Barnett Clifford Barnett Stephen Beach James Bishop Rees Bowen Barry Bridgforth Dudley Bridgforth Billy Brown Olie Brown Alfred Bryant Ralph Cameron Johnny Carson Jesse Chase Gerald Chatham Reuben Chrestman Robert Churchill Charlie Clark Richard Clinton Charles Cobb David Cobb James Coggin Thomas Comer Billy Cook John Corlew Marshall Criss Randy Crumbley John Dale Donald Deline William Dunavant Thomas Evans Joe Ezell Robert Farrar George Carroll Flowers Robert Galloway William Gottshall Robert Gramling John Guttery Glyn Hanbery Griffin Harrell James Hawkins Wallace Heggie Michael Herrington John Hollingsworth Jay Hollis Frank Irby Roger Johnson Donald Kessinger Max Kilpatrick Paul Klotz Donald Koen Willard Lape Andy Lawhorn George Lester Robert Lewis Trent Lott Van Lucas Louis Lyons James McArthur Michael McIlhaney Mac McGee Charles McRae Robert Mays Billy Miller James Morris Buddy Nichols William Ogletree James O ' Neal Richie Perkins James Petty Cary Phillips Charles Ray Charles Richey Larry Riley William Roberts Walter Shackelford Nathan Shappley Robert Smith William Smithson John Sneed Edwin Snyder Terry Swaim Champ Terney Philip Terney Alan Tidwell William Trahan Larry Underwood Gregory Waldo David Walker Tommy Walman James Wheeler William White Richard Wilcox Richard Williams David Wilson John Young Rees Bowen Jesse Chase Bobby Grambling Glyn Hanbery MISS BETTY BUZARD From their founding at Virginia Military Institute on January 1, 1869, Sigma Nu has grown to one hundred and thirty-two chapters in forty-six states, the District of Columbia, and Canada. Epsilon Xi Chapter was formed on this campus in 1927 and has become their third largest. The most versatile home of the men of Sigma Nu can boast the only heated in-door swimming pool belonging to a fraternity. It also has accommodations for forty men, a comfortable lounge, dining room, and chapter room. The versatility of the Sigma Nus is evident from their participation in all phases of campus activity. This year they have more members in ODK than any other fraternity, seven Carrier Scholars, and President Pro Tern of the Senate. Last year they captured the Over-All Intramural title along with several single sports trophies. The present Editor of the Mississippian, of the Student Judicial Council, and President of the School of Business and Government are Sigma Nus. In the national fraternity awards, a past Commander was given the Achievement of the Year Award. In social events, the Sigma Nus entertain guests with a wide variety of parties. Their annual White Star Ball and Roaring Twenties Party are main events of the year. The Sigma Nus stress varied activities adapted to each individual member. Epsilon Xi Chapter seeks to reach its goals by inspiring each brother to live by their creed, " To believe in the life of love; to walk in the way of honor; to serve in the light of truth. " Not Pictured: Kimbrell Bolen, David Bryant, Bennett Chotard, Bobby Edwards, Bobby Fooshee, Bob Fulton, Jimmy Heidel, David Hicks, Mike Hodgson, Jimmy Jones, Bob Kerr, Gordon Long, Hap Maddox, Dick Marchbanks, Ronnie Melton, Jimmy Milam, Ray Mitchell, John Moss, Ted Murphy, Criss Neal, Alan Parker, David Presley, Bobby Price, Barnard Puckett, Chip Reynolds, Bo Roberts, Jim Sartin, Witt Smith, Casey Spear, Steve Stevenson, Bill Turner. Philip Anthony Elzey Arledge Frank Berry Jerry Blount Douglas Bosse David Bradley Milton Brown Edward Buxton Norman Cannady Curtis Coker James Coleman James Crook Leonard Crosby James Curran Robert Davis Raymond Drew Roger Fitzgibbons Onyx Garner Erwin Griffin James Hall William Harlan Nolan Harper H. B. Heard David Henry Gerald Jones Edwin Knox David Lane Julias Lotterhos John Maynard Harold McAlister Wi lliam Nicholas Michael Noble Louie Mezlikian Ben Mistilis William Ostrander Pat Raborn John Richardson Arlene Sharpe Leslie Siltman Bob Thorne James Todd Edmund Walker Douglas Whitenton Benjamin Wilson Thomas Wilson Joseph Winston Merrill York Michael Zalocusky John W. Richardson Doug Bosse David Lane Mike Zalocusky MISS NANCY LOTTERHOS Twelve divinity students founded Sigma Phi Epsilon on November 1, 1901, at Richmond College, in Richmond, Virginia. These students met weekly to share each other ' s company and from this brotherhood grew Sigma Phi Fraternity with the Heart. Because of the fraternity ' s association with the American Heart Association and the badge which its members wear, Sig Eps enjoy true brotherhood which is expressed in this motto: " Brotherhood is free and begins and ends with the Heart; We enjoy a true brotherhood. " Sigma Phi Epsilon is now the second largest national fraternity in the United States. On this campus the Sig Eps have shown outstanding capa bilities since 1928 in all phases of campus life—political, religious, and academic. The scholarship program in Sigma Phi Epsilon provides for awards to chapters and to individual members for their academic achievement. The Clifford B. Scott Key, for the highest average in each chapter and the Du Bach Award for the greatest scholastic improvement are among the awards which are presented each year. The main social event of the season is the annual Spring formal, the Queen of Hearts Ball. A Hawaiian Luau and Country Party are also annual events on the Sig Ep social calendar. The Sig Ep ' s strive to develop the whole man and make him a wholesome addition to society. The fraternity achieves this by working closely with the University and filling the social and spiritual needs of each member. Not Pictured: Johnny Ashcraft, Ticer Brown, Ron Cole, Frank Kuehne, Bud Moore, Johnny Skinner. William Albert Robert Broom William Brumbaugh George Brunson James Elliott Kirk Evans Tom Faulkner Allen Fredd Robert Gannon Jerome Hiza James Irland Roger King Ode Lewis Charles Maddox Clair Miller Boyd Morley William Palmer Anthony Palukaitis Stanley Pielak Gary Platt Larry Rogers Glenn Samford Emmitt Smith Michael Starnes Michael Thole Bruce Whyte Frank Worner Roger King Glen Stanford . William Palmer Emmitt Smith . MRS. BETTY KING KNIGHT Four students at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, met on February 26, 1897, and founded Sigma Pi Fraternity. The objectives of Sigma Pi are to establish a brotherhood of, and for, college men; to Promote scholarship; to advance truth and justice; to diffuse culture; and to encourage chivalry among men. Through a well-balanced program of social events and many other ac- tivities, Sigma Pi aims to make for better citizenship, prepare its members to cope with the problems of life, and instill within them an appreciation of life ' s real values. The Sigma Pi badge, symbolic in all respects, is a Greek cross of gold, bearing a raised oval of blue enamel with an emerald at its center between the Greek letters for Sigma and Pi. The arms of the Sigma Pi Greek-gross badge display respectively a scroll, a balance, a wreath, and ten stars arranged as a triangle. The pledge button is purple, shaped like a shield, and bears a white Greek cross. Will Kipling, a well-known news correspondent in Washington, D.C., is among the nationally famous Sigma Pi alumni. Sigma Pi men are outstand- ing in all walks of life. Sigma Pi ' s, through their service projects, have become affectionately known as " Big brothers " to local underprivileged children. To add a special lilt to their festive social events, the ten-year-old Beta Gamma Chapter engages in an Orchid Ball and a Shipwreck party. Their colors are lavendar and white, and the flower is the lavendar orchid. Not Pictured: Milton Cueveas, Fred Dohring, Wade Hood, George Miller, Doug Pate, Mike Stanez. Gerald Foster Ronald Hanna Robert Palma, Frank Renault Thomas McRay Theta Kappa Phi and Phi Kappa united in September of 1958 to become the new national Catholic fra- ternity. In May of 1959 the Ole Miss Chapter proudly assumed the name of Mississippi Chi of Phi Kappa Theta. Phi Kappa Theta is presently composed of fifty-five active chapters and six colonies. Noteworthy Phi Kappa Theta alumni include Ed McCauley, coach of the St. Louis Hawks, and the Most Reverend Joseph Brunini, Bishop of Natchez-Jackson. Academic excellence on campus is fostered among Phi Kappa Theta members and many have won aca- demic scholarships. Each member manifests public spirit and levels interest in all that concerns the life and welfare of the school. Phi Kappa Theta ' s official flower is the red rose and the fraternity ' s colors are red, gold, and cardinal purple. Not Pictured: Jay Wahlberg. Philip Carrey Robert Palma Frank Smith Arthur Foster Franklin Renault Jobey Turner Ronald Hanna Edwin Schmittschmitt Paul Younghans Thomas McRay MISS JUDY BONEY Larry Cunningham John Schwent Roy DeWells Dan Rabinowitz This organization is composed of two pledges from each fraternity. These representatives are selected by their individual pledge classes and serve for the entire year. The council is also composed of two representa- tives from the Senior Inter-Fraternity Council who are elected to serve as advisors of Junior IFC for or- ganizational purposes. The purpose of the Junior Inter-Fraternity Council is to instill in its membership the principles of the fraternity system. In doing this, the representatives may give to their individual fraternities an incentive to improve standards, thereby cultivating a better en- vironment where manhood may flourish. The council also acts as a service organization, carrying out projects designated by the Senior Inter-Fraternity Council. First Row: Tommy Arnold, Edward Buxton, George Brunson, James Chandler, Kit Cooper, Larry Cunningham. Second Row: Roy DeWells, Roger Dixon, William Gottshall, Chris Green, Robert Lane, Robert Lorentz. Third Row: William McGehee, John Moss, Daniel Rabinowitz, John Schwent, Frank Smith, Paul Younghans. CLASSES First Row: Robert Acevedo Biloxi Law John Adams Vardman Pharmacy Martha Latimer Adams Shaw Graduate Murray Cecil Adams Antwerp, Belgium Graduate Second Row: Gul Ghanshamdas Advani India Graduate Javher Vallabdas Advani Bombay, India Graduate Shyam B. Advani Bombay, India Graduate Humayun Akhtar Karachi, Pakistan Graduate Third Row: Britt Albritton Ft. Meade, Md. Graduate Vettra Glenn Alderson Oxford Law 1; Kappa Sigma Donald Alexander Columbus, Ohio Law 1 James Allen Carthage Law 1 Fourth Row: Leigh Briscoe Allen Port Gibson Law 3 Louis Ferree Allen Memphis, Tenn. Law ' 2 Therrell Lane Allen Jackson Graduate 1; Sigma Nu Harold M. Antwini Jackson Graduate Fifth Row: John Therrell Armstrong Hazlehurst Law 1; Phi Delta Theta John Richard Arnold Yazoo City Pharmacy 4 Marvin Barlow Pascagoula Graduate Clifford Edward Barnett Bay Springs Pharmacy 4; Sigma Nu Sixth Row: William Howard Barr Port Gibson Law 1 Donald Barras University Graduate Cary Bass Jackson Law 1 Thomas Cary Beane Tupelo Graduate; Sigma Chi Seventh Row: Asit Kumar Bej Bombay Pharmacy William Dean Belk, Jr. Clarksdale Law 2; Phi Delta Theta Richard Thomas Bennett Clinton Law 2 George Hunter Bergold, Jr. McComb Pharmacy 4; Phi Delta Theta Eighth Row: Charles Henry Best Osyka Pharmacy 5 Thomas Victor Bishop New Albany Law 3 Arnold Blackwell Pascagoula Law 1; Kappa Si gma Len Blackwell Lucedale Art Graduate; Phi Delta Theta First Row: Betty Wilson Blaylock Oxford Graduate John D. Blaylock Oxford Graduate Walter Jerome Blessey Biloxi Law 3 Eldon L. Bolton Biloxi Law 3 Second Row: James Lutler Bonner Tillatoba Law 3; Alpha Tau Omega Ralph Truitt Bourn Jackson Pharmacy 4 Rees Tate Bowen Laurel Law 1; Sigma Nu James Clifton Branton Columbia Pharmacy 4 Third Row: Sedley Cameron Branton Columbia Pharmacy 4 Charles Bertyn Bratt Moss Point Law 3 Dudley Black Bridgforth Nesbit Law 2; Sigma Nu Billy Floyd Brown Charleston Law 2; Sigma Nu Fourth Row: Jack Davis Brown Memphis, Tenn. Graduate Maxie Gene Brown Meridian Law 3 Robert Mitchell Browning Pleasant Valley, N.Y. Graduate Monika Bruckner Cologne, Germany Graduate Fifth Row: Phillip Davis Bryant Oxford Law 2; Beta Theta Pi Olan Clyde Burcham Rienzi Graduate James Wayne Burgoon Greenwood Law 1 Richard Anthony Burke New York, N.Y. Law 1 Sixth Row: Charles W. Burns Canton Law 1 George Stephen Busby Shubuta Graduate Tony M. Buster Heidelberg Pharmacy 4 James Larry Byrd Ashland Pharmacy 4 Seventh Row: Leslie Curtis Campbell West Point Graduate 1 James E. Canter Oxford Pharmacy 5 James Boyce Carlin Paducah, Ky. Graduate Paul Carr University Graduate Eighth Row: Mary Farrar Cayce Nashville, Tenn. Pharmacy 4; Alpha Omicron Pi Johnny S. C. Chan University Pharmacy 5 Joseph M. Cheruvelil Kerala State India Graduate Chung-Bun Chiu Kowloon Hong Kong Graduate First Row: Lena Bing Choo Pharmacy 5 Joseph Yung-Chang Chu Graduate L. Y. Yang Chuang Taipei, Graduate Vincent T. Chuang Kaohsiung, Graduate 1 Second Row: Viswanath H. Chudamani Ahmedabad, India Graduate Richard Orville Clark Law 1; Sigma Chi Travis H. Clark, Jr. Morgan Law 3 Robert Earl Cleveland Graduate Third Row: John Willis Coalter Law 3 Thomas Allen Coleman Law 3; Sigma Chi Ike Jarred Collins Rolling Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha William Ervin Corr, Jr. Law 3; Kappa Sigma Fourth Row: Thomas J. Couch Pharmacy 4; Pi Kappa Alpha L. V. Craig Law 1 Robert A. Crawford Law 1 Richard L. Crenshaw Pharmacy 4 Fifth Row: Robert Edward Crowe Graduate; Phi Delta Theta Larry W. Cunningham Graduate; Sigma Chi James Albert Dale Law 1 Lonnie Coleman Dalton Pharmacy 5 Sixth Row: Charles Milton Darling Graduate John Wayne Davenport Medina, Graduate Glen Harris Davidson Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha Bobbye B. Davis Graduate Seventh Row: Charles Ray Davis Law 3; Sigma Chi Errett Evans Davis, Jr. Law 1 Floyd Millard Davis, Jr. Memphis, Law 1; Sigma Chi Henry S. Davis, Jr. Law 3 Eighth Row: Robert Earl Davis Pharmacy 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon James Batson Day Graduate; Alpha Tau Omega Kul Deepak Graduate James E. Dees Law 1 First Row: Joseph Dehmer Jackson Graduate Robert Demetz Pass Christian Law 1 Ennis Paul Denham, Sr. Laurel Pharmacy 4 William Lyman Denton Jackson Law 1; Sigma Chi Second Row: Charles L. Doherty St. Francisville, La. Pharmacy 5 Joseph William Duckworth Booneville Pharmacy 4 James Thomas Vaiden Graduate Phil Ray Dunaway Ocean Springs Law 1 Third Row: Frederick P. Durant Dallas, Texas Law 1 William Martin Dye Macon Law 2 Howard Dyer Greenville Law 3 Henry Cornelius Edwards Richton Pharmacy 4 Fourth Row: Julian H. Edwards Hernando Graduate; Delta Kappa Epsilon John Carl Einhaus Jackson Pharmacy 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Guy Kenner Ellis Greenville Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha Jeremy J. Eskridge Sherman Law 3 Fifth Row: Tah-Houng Fine University Graduate Roger Mayo Flynt Meridian Law 3 Cecil Atha Ford Taylorsville Law 1; Phi Delta Theta James H. Forsyth Corinth Law 3 Sixth Row: Fred Smith Fortenberry Carthage Pharmacy 5; Beta Theta Pi Larry I. Fox Buckatunna Pharmacy 4 Richard D. Foxworth Forworth Law 2 Renaldo Fr anceschi Aguirre Puerto Rico Law 2 Seventh Row: Lonnie Vernon Frazier McComb Pharmacy 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Randall William Frykholm Merritt Island, Fla. Graduate Craddock D. Galloway Montevallo, Ala. Graduate Sam Hooper Gammill Jackson Law 1 Eighth Row: Dewey Duane Garner Raleigh Pharmacy 5 James E. Garner University Graduate Charles Wayne Geiselman Greenwood Pharmacy 4 James R. Gilfoy Jackson Law 1; Sigma Chi First Row: Hampton Wingfield Glover University Law 3; Sigma Chi Carl Raymond Gochnaner Oxford Graduate Joseph Decell Gordon Liberty Law 3 Kirk Pinkerton Grantham Tupelo Law 1; Delta Kappa Epsilon Second Row: Pat Henry Graves Jackson Pharmacy 5 Sidney R. Gremillion Gulfport Pharmacy 5; Beta. Theta Pi Glenn Clifton Griffin Baldwyn Graduate 1 Robert L. Gulley Pascagoula Law 1 Third Row: Nicholas McLeod Haas Picayune Law 2 Burton W. Haglan Omoha, Nebr. Graduate Ruth Carolyn Harkey Gobler, Missouri Graduate Nolan Sidney Harper Jackson Law 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fourth Row: Joseph Cullen Hartley Jackson Law 1; Pi Kappa Alpha Caro Green Harvey Crawford Graduate Thomas Clower Harvey Columbus Law 3; Kappa. Alpha Cullum Jefferson Heard Biloxi Pharmacy 4 Fifth Row: Willis Walley Henderson Richton Pharmacy 4 Travis Gerald Hickman Wiggins Graduates James E. Higginbotham Greenwood Law 3 Gene Hock Anchorage, Alaska Law 3; Beta Theta Pi Sixth Row: June Hightower Hock Anchorage, Alaska Graduate William D. Holmes Yazoo City Law 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alben Norris Hopkins Walnut Law 1 Kent Robert Hottinger Allentown, Pa. Graduate Seventh Row: Reuben Kidd Houston Bay Springs Law 3; Kappa Alpha Bobby Burton Howell Kilmichael Pharmacy 5 Prentice L. Howell Oxford Graduate R. R. Hudson Jackson Graduate; Sigma Chi Eighth Row: Dannye Lee Hunter Morton Law 2 Michael Hunter Lucedale Pharmacy 4 Cecil. Dossett Hussey Tuscaloosa, Ala. Pharmacy 5; Delta Kappa Epsilon Charles Milton Ivy Bruce Law 3; Beta Thet a Pi First Row: Charles Sherman Jackson University Pharmacy 4 Larry Leo Johnson Forest Graduate; Sigma Chi Robert Edward Johnson Picayune Graduate George Evans Jones West Point Pharmacy 4 Second Row: Horrace Perry Jones Leland Graduate Mary Belle Judge Oxford Graduate Pramod P. Karkhanis Bombay, India Pharmacy B. Jack Kent Sheffield, Ala. Graduate Third Row: Gayle S. Kent Sheffield, Ala. Graduate 1 Mary Louise King Dyersburg, Tenn. Graduate 1; Chi Omega Frank Shelton Kinkade Shelby GR14 James Ancel Kitchen St. Joseph, La. Law 1 Fourth Row: Sam Dove Knowlton Perthshire Law 2 Donald Franklin Koen Richton Pharmacy 4; Sigma Nu Don Preston Lacy Jackson Law 1 William W. Lamkin Yazoo City Law 1 Fifth Row: Brad Lawrence University Graduate 1 Herman Lee Lazarus McComb Pharmacy 5 Howard Owen Leach Carthage Law 1 Chyuan Lee University Graduate Sixth Row: Robert Dale Lee Natchez Law 1 Tom Stewart Lee Forest Law 1 Van E. Lee Bastrop, La. Pharmacy 4; Delta Kappa Epsilon Robert L. Lennon Hattiesburg Law 3 Seventh Row: Clayton Taylor Lewis Philadelphia Law 1 Douglas B. Lewis Vicksburg Law 1 James W. L. Lewis University Graduate Orley R. Lilly Jr. Grenada Law 1; Kappa Sigma Eighth Row: James A. Lipsey Lula Graduates Lorna G. Lipsey Lula Graduate Hampton Stennis Little Meridian Law 3 Edward P. Lobrano Centreville Law 2; Kappa Sigma First Row: John David Lobue Hammond, Pharmacy 4 Heide Rotravd Lomangino Statten Island, Graduate Ben Crawford Lott Pharmacy 4 C. Trent Lott Law 1; Sigma Nu Second Row: Glenn Lyle Graduate; Pi Kappa Alpha Myron H. McBryde Law 3 James Martin McCarthy Law 1 Allen McCreight Law 3 Third Row: John W. McGehee Columbia Pharmacy 4 Linda Scott McGuire Graduate 1 Louis Edward McGuire Graduate Dora H. McHenry Graduate Fourth Row: Dan Anderson McIntosh Mendenhall Law 3; Kappa Alpha Prentiss C. McLaurin Graduate Alpheus Holland McRae Laurel Law 2; Kappa Alpha Eugene W. McWhorter Graduate Fifth Row: James E. Mackey Graduate 1 Douglas M. Magee Mize Law 1 James Robert Magee Magee Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma William Percy Malone Rosedale Pharmacy 4 Sixth Row: Nick Mavar, Jr. Law 1 Clyde Edwin Maxwell, Jr. Graduate Arthur Sinclair May Law 1 Ronnie Mellon Graduate Seventh Row: Yogesh Motilal Metha Bombay, India Graduate John Ulrich Miller Law 1; Delta Kappa Epsilon Richard Louis Miller Law 2 Robert Tillman Mills Moss Law 2 Eighth Row: Emmie Lou Mooney Graduate Ellen Cook Moore Graduate Thomas David Moore Graduate Bobby Ray Morgan Pharmacy 4 First Row: George Terrell Morgan Columbia Pharmacy 4 Fred K Moss Jackson Law 3 Joseph B. Murphey Sumner Graduate; Kappa Sigma Bernard Carl Myers Hialeah, Fla. Graduate Second Row: Jerrald Nations Brookhaven Law 3 Andrea Jo Nehns Corinth Pharmacy 4 Charles E. Neubecker Grenola, Kan. Graduate Jeannine Neubecker Shawnee-Mission, Kan. Graduate Third Row: Samuel Y-Wait Ng Kowloon, Hong Kong Graduate Alfred George Nicols Morton Law 1; Sigma Chi Phillip B. Noble Jackson Graduate John Thomas Noblin Jackson Law 3 Fourth Row: Barbara Bakke Nord University Graduate Richard Paul Nord University Graduate Thomas Joseph Obeirne Natchez Law 1 George Anthony Omas Biloxi Graduate Fifth Row: James Morris O ' Neal McComb Graduate; Sigma Nu Paul Edward Osborne Eubank, Ky. Graduate 2 Walter H. Palmer Meridian Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Psi Pyarelal Parimoo Kashmir, India Graduate Sixth Row: Jesse Nelson Payne, Jr. Tylertown Law 1 Charles Sumner Pendleton New Orleans, La. Law 3; Sigma Chi Eugene Adam Peresich Biloxi Graduate Bobby G. Perry Horn Lake Law 3 Seventh Row: Ellen Louise Pfister Billings, Montana Law 2 Janis Vaughn Pierce Oxford Graduate; Phi Mu James W. Pinson University Graduate Sarah Elizabeth Pope Shaw Graduate 1 Eighth Row: Narayanan Dasan Potti Kerala, India Pharmacy Philip Bruce Purlfoy Texarkana, Ark. Law 3 Thomas Mitchell Purnell Raymond Pharmacy 5 Palaniappa Ramaswami India Graduate First Row: Kenneth Norris Randolph Potts Camp Graduate Arthur E. Ray University Law 1; Pi Kappa Alpha Jerry F. Reed Pine Bluff, Ark. Graduate Grover C. Richards Oxford Graduate Second Row: Lindley Boone Richert Memphis, Tenn. Graduate John Gordon Roach McComb Law 3; Phi Delta Theta Frank Allen. Robertson Columbia Law 1 Hubert Cecil Robertson Jackson Pharmacy 4 Third Row: John Allen Robertson Ruleville Graduate Ralph J. Rogers Oxford Graduate 2 Rebecca Nell Rogers Grady, Ark. Graduate 2 Tommy Bott Rogers Collins Law 1 Fourth Row: Elmo Avery Rollins, Jr. Summit Law 2 Roland Dwight Rorvig Strathmore, Calif. Graduate 1 Jimmy R. Rose Duck Hill Graduate Donald Henry Roth Vicksburg Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha Fifth Row: George Albert Rummel Columbus Graduate James Franklin Russell Jackson Graduate; Sigma Chi Richard H. Russell Pontotoc Pharmacy 4 Donald David Sands Burlington, Iowa Graduate Sixth Row: Amye Sue Sansom Water Valley Graduate David Orwin Scharr Ocean Springs Graduate Myron Schneiderwent Muskegon, Mich. Graduate William A. Schubert Eric, Pa. Graduate 1 Seventh Row: Charles H. Scruggs Tampa, Fla. Law 3; Alpha Tau Omega Ronald John Senko Edwardsville, Pa. Law 3 Samuel B. Serio Natchez Law 1 Frieda Sea. Greenville Graduate Eighth Row: Edward Reese Sharpe Memphis, Tenn. Graduate John E. Shaw Eupora Law 1; Alpha Tau Omega Paul Kwok-Chueh Shek Hong Kong Graduate Barbara Dunn Shepard University Graduate First Row: Manharlal K. Sheth Bombay, Graduate Janes Robert Shipman Pharmacy 5 James Shuler Graduate Daniel Briggs Smith Law 1 Second Row: David Michael Smith Law 1 Taylor Byrd Smith Law 3 Ted Lucas Smith Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha Larry Smitherman Montevallo, Ala. Pharmacy 4 Third Row: Alfred Speed Ocean Pharmacy 4 Oris Lesly Stanton Graduate Sanford R. Steckler Law 1 Hubert D. Stephens New Law 3 Fourth Row: Joseph Joshua Stevens Law 1 Robert Nicholas Stockett Law 1; Kappa Alpha Clay Stone Law 2 Thomas Barrett Stoney Law 1; Kappa Sigma Fifth Row: Aletia Ann Sullivan Law 2 John Morell Sumner Law 2; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Clayton Joseph Swank Law 2 Chen-Nang Tai Graduate Sixth Row: Thomas Bernard Tenfelde Grand Rapids, Law 1 Champ T. Terney Law 2; Sigma Nu C. Patrick Tharp Graduate 2 Larry N. Thomas Pharmacy 5 Seventh Row: Russell Thompson Law 3 Emmett Grant Thorpe Law 2 William Thurmond Law 1 Anthony Joseph Todaro Law 1 Eighth Row: John A. Travis Law 2; Phi Delta Theta Judith D. Trott Graduate; Delta Gamma Richard Marion Truly, Jr. Law 1; Kappa Sigma Kam-Chuen Tse Hong-Kong Graduate Ninth Row: Claire Blount Underwood Scott AFB, Pharmacy 4 Garland Davis Upton Law 3 Travis Vance Law 2 Wallace Ray Vance Pharmacy 5 First Row: Earl N. Vaughan Canton Law 1; Sigma Chi Stephen Robert Vaughan Ottumwa, Iowa Graduate 1 Mailande Martin Vise Meridian Graduate; Chi. Omega Samuel Waits Saucier Law 2 Second Row: Edmund Jarette Walker :Biloxi Law 1; Sigma. Phi Epsilon Charles Thomas Wallace Horn Lake Graduate 1 Ching-Ru Wang China Graduate Patricia May Walston Nashville, N. C. Graduate Third Row: Earl Watson Wardlaw Vicksburg Graduate 1 Mary Adams Wardlaw Raymond Graduate James Waller Ware Baton Rouge, La. Law 3; Kappa. Sigma Joe D. Warrington Lambert Graduate Fourth Row: Pat H. Watts Kreole Law 1 Wren C. Way Greenwood Law 1; Kappa. Sigma Ben 0. Weeks Memphis, Tenn. Law 2 Charles Gerald Wells University Graduate Fifth Row: Marilyn Zane Wells University Graduate William H. Wells Laurel Pharmacy 4 Ben Marshall West Gulfport Law 3 James Kenneth West Charleston Pharmacy 4 Sixth Row: Jerome C. White Drew Pharmacy 5 Darl Jene Whitecotton Hattiesburg Law 2 Lewis A. Wilburn Baytown, Texas Graduate; Kappa Alpha George W. Williams McComb Pharmacy 5 Seventh Row: Leon W. Williams Newton, Miss. Pharmacy 5 James E. Williamson Mississippi City Law 1 Richard B. Wilson Jackson Law 3 Thomas Stout Wilson Arlington, Va. Graduate 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon Eighth Row: Robert W. Witt Scottsville, Ky. Graduate Nancy Lee Woo Belzoni Pharmacy 5 James Everette Woods Byhalia Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mu-Sheng Wu China Graduate Ninth Row: Thomas D. Yarbrough University Law 1 William Gully Yates Philadelphia Law 1; Sigma. Chi Leonard Albert Young Greenwood Law 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon Nan-Loh Young China Graduate First Row: Gutaic Turner Abbott Long L. A.; Sigma Nu Hirschel Theron Abbott Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon George E. Abdo Business Sylvia Abernathy Education; Pi Beta Phi Second Row: Thomas G. Abernethy Business; Phi Delta Theta Betty Jean Ables Education George Ellis Abraham Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi Jefferson Acree Moorhead L. A. Third Row: Barbara Ann Adams Ackermann L. A. Gardner Sheldon Adams Bogalusa, Business; Alpha Tau Omega Philip Ross Adams L. A. Jan Griffith Adelman Owensboro, Business; Sigma Chi Fourth Row: Jesse Murray Akers Business Charles Wayne Akin Michigan City Business Dorothy K. Akin Education; Delta Gamma William Frederick Albert Fair Lawn, Education; Sigma Pi Fifth Row: Loies Marlene Aldridge New L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Walter Pillow Aldridge Business; Sigma Chi Ermalene Akers Alexander Columbus, Ohio L. A. George Allen Miami, Fla. L. A. Sixth Row: Jerry Peeler Allen L. A. John Neville Allen Laurel Business Lynn Yarbrough Allen Oxford L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Claudia Kathryn Ambrose Roselle Park, L. A. Seventh Row: Ethelyn Ames Hattiesburg L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Carol Anne Anderson Batesville L. A.; Phi Mu Everette Wayne Anderson Memphis, Tenn. Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon James Floyd Anderson L. A.; Beta Theta Pi Eighth Row: Mary Carolyn Anderson Miami, L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Sigrid Elizabeth Andre Vicksburg L. A.; Chi Omega Lindsay Joe Anglin Business Austin Alan Arnold Education First Row: Richard Duke Arnold Franklin, Ky. Business; Kappa Sigma Tommy Arnold Memphis, Tenn. L. A. William L. Ashley Clin ton Business Joseph G. Austin Lake Cormorant Business; Phi Delta Theta Second Row: Robert Ray Austin Memphis, Tenn. Engineering Joseph Carson Avent Moss Point Business Curtis P. Ayers Holly Springs Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega Rita Ann Bailey Steele, Mo. L. A.; Zeta Tau Alpha Third Row: James Larvis Baker Corinth Business; Alpha Tau Omega Janellen Baker Dyer, Tenn. L. A.; Pi Beta Phi Charles A. Ballard Jackson L. A. Agnes Marie Banchetti Vicksburg Business; Phi Mu Fourth Row: Charlie H. Barfield Oxford L. A. Anna Marie Barnes Columbia L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Arthur Dale Barnes Pascagoula L. A.; Alpha Tau Omega Stephen Leeds Beach. Jackson L. A.; Sigma Nu Fifth Row: Fred Allen Bell Kosciusko Business; Sigma Chi James Robert Bell University L. A. Henry Stites Bennett Mayfield, Ky. Business; Kappa Sigma Leonards Gene Bethards N Miami, Fla. Engineering Sixth Row: Joyce Marie Bickerstaff Batesville Education Anne Fairfax Biles Sumner L. A.; Chi Omega Oliver L. Billingslea Canton L. A. James William Bingham Guntown Business Seventh Row: Margaret Ann Bird . Birmingham, Michigan Education Hollis Jane Blackwell Lucedale Education; Chi Omega Harry Ronald Bledsoe Oklahoma City, Okla. L. A. Gerald Henry Blessey Biloxi L. A. Eighth Row: Carol Ann Bloch Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. L. A. Nancy Blue Ocean Springs L. A. James E. Bolen Cleveland Education John William Bolich Wadsworth, Ohio Engineering; Phi Delta Theta First Row: George Vincent Bolton Camp Hill, Pa. Education; Delta Psi Kenneth C. Boone Kosciusko L. A.; Sigma Chi Douglas Brian Bosse Gulfport Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon Mary Dianne Boyd Memphis, Tenn. L. A. Second Row: Edward Wayne Bozeman Tupelo Education David Emmett Bozone University Pharmacy David L. Bradley Pleasanton, Kansas Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sylvia Lee Bradley Jackson Business; Kappa Delta Third Row: Hugh Edward Brazil Tarboro, N.C. Business Jerry Earl Brewer Water Valley Business Kay Louise Brim Memphis, Tenn. Education Olivia Ann Brock McComb L. A.; Chi Omega Fourth Row: Linda Kay Brodnax University L. A. Robert Paul Broom Campbell, Mo. Business; Sigma Pi Joseph Paul Brown Jackson Business William C. Brown Crowder L. A. Fifth Row: William Cleve Brown Senatobia Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Catherine Parker Bryan West Point Education; Chi Omega John R. Bryan Belzoni Business; Sigma Chi Alfred Hume Bryant Jackson Engineering; Sigma Nu Sixth Row: Edith Barton Bryson Sheffield, Ala. Business Robert W. Bunnell Fayetteville, N.Y. Business; Kappa Sigma Lee Thomas Burch Fulton Engineering Judith Elizabeth Burnett Hollandale Education Seventh Row: Frances Elizabe Burnette Union City, Tenn L.A.; Delta Gamma Alexis K. Busby McComb L. A.; Chi Omega Barbara Joyce Butler Alligator L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Keturah Belle Butler Belen Business; Chi Omega Eighth Row: James E. Caldwell Jackson Business; Phi Kappa Psi Jimmy Douglas Caldwell Amory Education Zelma Rose Califf Oxford Business Woodson T. Callihan Baton Rouge, La. L. A. First Row: William Cameron Oakmont, Pa. Engineering Annette Seay Campbell Laurel Education Robert Franklin Canada Coldwater Pharmacy Jerry Wayen Cannon Batesville L. A. Second Row: Bobby Joe Canup Tremont Business Albert Carapetian Tehran, Iran Engineering John Ross Cardwell Water Valley Pharmacy Michael Edward Cargile Biloxi L. A. Third Row: Carolyn Hall Carlton Sumner L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Amelia Beattie Carothers Greenwood Education; Chi Omega Robert F. Carpenter Greenwood L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Barbara Ann Carr Louin L. A. Fourth Row: John C. Carr Greenwood L. A.; Delta Psi Judy Lindley Carrington Collierville, Tenn. Business; Delta Gamma Myra Janelle Carter Jackson L. A. John M. Castano Miami, Fla. L. A. Fifth Row: Gerald Hickey Center Clearwater, Fla. Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Melissa Jean Chambers Brooksville L. A. Richard Cullin Chambers Ocean Springs L. A.; Delta Psi Jesse M. Chase Jackson Business; Sigma Nu Sixth Row: S. Caroline Cheshire Nashville, Tenn. Education; Zeta Tau Alpha Charles P. Chisholm Jackson Education Babette Chittom Water Valley L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Sylvia Faith Chrestman Batesville L. A. Seventh Row: Robert Churchill Oxford Business; Sigma Nu Wayne D. Clance Oxford L. A. Anne Reedy Clark Ocean Springs Education; Alpha Omicron Pi Joanne E. Clark Memphis, Tenn. L. A. Eighth Row: June Elizabeth Clark Tuscumbia, Ala. Education; Pi Beta Phi Tom Franklin Cleveland Jackson L. A.; Sigma Chi Janie Lyn Clinton Dallas, Texas L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Joyce Lynn Cobb Sardis Business First Row: Curtis Edward Coker L. A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Barbara Allyn Cole Education; Alpha Delta Pi Carol Cole L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Mary Louise Collins Nashville, L. A. Second Row: Carolyn Elizabeth Coney Education; Kappa Delta John Marshall Connaway Helena, L. A. Betty Katherine Cook Business; Phi Mu Billy Harold Cook Education; Sigma Nu Third Row: William Wert Cooper Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Terrell Corley L. A. Eugene Ray Coulson L. A. Anna Kate Cox L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Fourth Row: Judy Day Cox Education Edward E. Craig, Jr. Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Marshall Wallace Criss Memphis, Business; Sigma Nu Servetus P. Crockett Holly Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Fifth Row: Wanda Wilkinson Crosby Business; Chi Omega Annis Elizabeth Cross Lepanto, Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma Ransom R. Cross Business Robert Clinton Cross, Jr. Lakeland, L. A. Sixth Row: William Thomas Crutcher Business; Kappa Alpha Lloyd Anthony Cuevas Bay St. Education Ann Shelby Cunningham L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi James Michael Curran Houston, L. A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Seventh Row: James Edward Curtin Norfork, L. A.; Alpha Martha Cutcliff L. A. Gilford Fortner Dabbs Business Ruth Alice Daly Opelousas, Education; Kappa Delta Eighth Row: Lloyd C. Daniel L. A. Dottie Jean Danley Blytheville, Education Jan C. Dannaway Wilmington, Education Ronald M. Davidson Denver, Business Charles Neil Davis Ashland Business Curtis Reed Davis Morton Business Jan Poitevent Davis Shelby Education; Delta Delta Delta Katie Ernst Davis Sandersville Education Second Row: Norman Edward Davis Yonkers, N.Y. L. A. Jon J. Daykin Bettendorf, Iowa L. A. William Joseph Dean Tuscaloosa, Ala. Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jimmy Glen Dedeaux Gulfport Business; Phi Kappa Psi Third Row: Paul Eugene Deering University L. A. Marlin Charles Dellinger York, Pa. Education; Phi Kappa Psi May Perry Deloach Greenwood Education Ronald Wayne Dennis Vicksburg L. A. Fourth Row: Gary Lane Densing Oxford Education Michael Traviss Dewitt Harbor Springs, Mich. Business Merrill Edward Diket Canton Pharmacy; Sigma Chi Sherry Ann Donald Desoto L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Fifth Row: William Duncan Donald, Jr. Morehead L. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon Harold Douglas Hope, Ark. Pharmacy Carl E. Drake Vicksburg Business; Kappa Sigma Raymond Michael Drew Lisbon Falls, Maine Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sixth Row: Mitchell Orvis Driskell Dublin, Ga. Business; Kappa Sigma William Akin Dunavant Millington, Tenn. Education; Sigma Nu Penny Corine Dunaway McComb L. A.; Kappa Delta Ray Clarke Earls Steele, Mo. Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Seventh Row: Nellane Earthman. Oxford Business Joan Ramey Ebbing Oxford Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma Joyce Ramey Ebbing Oxford Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma Sandra M. Edmonds Brookhaven Education Eighth Row: Suezann Edmonds McComb Education. A. Jo Edmondson. Vardaman L. A.; Phi Mu Ben Garrett Edmonson Magee L. A.; Kappa Sigma Bobby Dewitt Edwards Water Valley Engineering First Row: Henry Banks Edwards Houston, Texas Business Randy Ellis Batesville Business Patricia Ann Ellison Meridian L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Kitty Darnall English Coral Gables, Fla. L. A.; Delta Gamma Second Row: James M. Epting, Jr. Pascagoula Business Larry Eugene Eubank Tupelo Education Kirk Ed Evans Marcus, Iowa Business; Sigma Pi George Everett Greenwood L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Third Row: Peter C. Everett Jackson Business Stewart Lyons Fair Louisville L. A.; Chi Omega Cyril Thomas Faneca Handsboro L. A.; Beta Theta Pi Richard Joseph Field Vickburg Business Fourth Row: Robert Dennis Findley Jackson L. A. Nathan Scott Fisher Baton Rouge, La. Business; Phi Epsilon Pi Zeb Felder Fitzgerald McComb L. A. Roger S. Fitzgibbons Lake Worth, Fla. Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fifth Row: Claudette Flanagan Grenada Education; Zeta Tau Alpha Lewis Rawan Floyd Jackson Business Patricia Orr Flynt Me ridian L. A. Sara Charlotte Flynt Jackson Education; Alpha Omicron Pi Sixth Row: Dennis Murphree Ford Jackson Business; Kappa Alpha John Warren Ford Laurel Engineering Lou Anne Ford Crystal Springs Education Arthur Gerald Foster Forest Hgts., Md. L. A.; Phi Kappa Theta Seventh Row: Lannon Demar Franklin Denmark Education Ron A. Franklin Oxford L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon John Dwight Frazier W. Palm Beach, Fla. Business Allen W. Fredd Alexandria, Va. Business; Sigma Pi Eighth Row: John C. Freeman Memphis, Tenn. L. A.; Alpha Tau Omega Bobbye Jean French Opelousas, La. L. A.; Chi Omega Jean L. Fridge Magnolia L. A. Rachael Lois Fuller Leland Education; Kappa Delta First Row: Sarah Eva Furr Education; Delta Delta Delta Elisabeth Gail Fuson New Orleans, L. A. Lady Margaret Fyfe Education; Chi Omega Benji Mac Gaines L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Row: Thomas A. Gaither Perry Hall, Engineering Robert Charles Galloway L. A. Sigma Nu Judith Ann Gamard Pass L. A. William Robert Gambrell Education Third Row: Johnny C. Gammill Business; Phi Delta Theta 0. Wayne Gann Education Robert McLean Gannon Doylestown, L. A.; Sigma Pi Amanda C. Gardner Education; Phi Mu Fourth Row: Marvin Joseph Gay Little Rock, Business John Francis Geisler Carnegie, Engineering Robert L. Genin Bay St. Business Rosalyn Ann Gillespie L. A.; Chi Omega Fifth Row: S. Elizabeth Gillis New Orleans, L. A. William S. Gillis Business; Sigma Nu William. A. Glasson L. A. Patty Jo Godwin Festus, L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Sixth Row: Wesley Edward Godwin Business; Sigma Chi Dean Goldsby Ocean Business Lydia Joyce Gooch New L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Jeanie Goodman Imboden, L. A.; Zeta Tau Alpha Seventh Row: Thomas Olin Gore Water L. A. Walter Mack Gorton L. A.; Kappa Alpha Eugene B. Goulding Edmore, Business William Alexander Gowan Business; Kappa Alpha Eighth Row: Charles Lewis Graeber Yazoo Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Hardy P. Graham Union City, L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha Robert E. Gramling Engineeri ng; Sigma Nu Phyllis Miller Grant Education; Delta Delta Delta First Row: Cindy Grantham Jackson L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Samuel Robert Grantham Clarksdale Engineering; Phi Delta Theta Virginia Ann Graves Jackson Education David Montgomery Gray Lexington Park, Md. L. A. Second Row: Gloria Jayne Gray Cleveland Education; Chi Omega Martha Lynn Gray Jackson L. ' A.; Delta Delta Delta Bobby Gene Green Oxford Business James Martin Greene Byhalia Business Richard Oscar Greene Oxford L. A. Sue Ellen Griffin Jackson L. A.; Kappa Delta Victoria A. Guion Bentonia Education; Alpha Omicroni Pi Gretta Holt Guyton Memphis, Tenn. L. A. Fourth Row: Martha Jane Hale Memphis, Tenn. Business Billy Don Hall Memphis, Tenn. Business Karon Brown Hall Canton L. A. Mary Neal Hall Canton Education; Delta Delta Delta Fifth Row: Martha L. Hamilton Jackson L. A.; Chi Omega Glyn William Hanbery . Greenville Business; Sigma Nu Ronald V. Hanna Donora, Pa. Business; Phi Kappa Theta Nan P. Harbour Philadelphia L. A. Sixth Row: Ann Hardin Greenwood Education; Phi Mu Dianne Hardin Meridian L. A. Lindsay Hale Harp Mayfield, Ky. Engineering; Beta Theta Pi Harriet Loyd Harper Batesville L. A.; Kappa Delta Seventh Row: Guy B. Harrell Yazoo City Business Brad Harrington Syracuse, N.Y. Business; Phi Kappa Psi Michael. W. Harrington Meridian L. A. B. Harris Madison Business Eighth Row: George C. Harrison Dyersburg, Tenn. Engineering Sybil Marie Harrison Meridian L. A. Helene Louise Haskins Jackson Educat ion; Delta Delta Delta Joe Hayden Caruthersville, Mo. Pharmacy First Row: George Carlton Water Valley L. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon Henry William Haynes Lumberton Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha M. P. Haynes Baldwyn Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Edward Clyde Hayward Grenada Business Second Row: Scott Parker Hemleben University Education Carolyn Jane Henderson Mer Rouge, La. L. A.; Phi Mu Charles G. Henson Meridian L. A. Carol Ann Herrin Clarksdale Education Third Row: Hartwell Cushman Herring Moss Point Business Mary Henderson Hewes Gulfport Education; Kappa Delta Carolyn Higginbotham Greenwood Education Larry Ford Higginbotham Memphis, Tenn. Business; Sigma Chi Fourth Row: Helen Katherine Hill St. Petersburg, Fla. Education; Alpha Delta Pi Arnold Himelstein Moorhead Business Sally Moore Hines Oxford L. A.; Pi Beta Phi Jon Clifton Hinson Tylertown L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha Fifth Row: Ben Terry Hinton Greenwood Business Lesbeth Hitt Clarksdale Education; Delta Delta Delta Jean Edgerton Hobby Raleigh, N. Carolina L. A.; Chi Omega Faye Virginia Holland Canton L. A.; Phi Mu Sixth Row: Wayne Dennis Holland Dyersburg, Tenn. Business Dale Patricia Holloway Ocean Springs L. A. Judith Carol Hooker Memphis, Tenn, Education Lyn Hopkins Jackson L. A,; Delta Gamma Seventh Row: John A. Howard Meridian L. A. Keith G. Howell Hattiesburg Engineering Betty Kennedy Huddleston Booneville L. A. Hannis Herndon Hudson Waynesboro Business Eighth Row: Dennis Lee Huffman Jackson Business Ronald. Erwin Hughey Clarksdale Business Robert Earl Hulgan Batesville Business David H. Hurt Halls, Tenn. Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon First Row: E. Nelson Hutcheson Bessemer, La. Business Nancy Ingle Columbia, Tenn. Education; Alpha Delta Pi James M. Irland, Jr. Clarks Summit, Pa. L. A.; Sigma Pi John Wayne Jabour Business; Phi Kappa Psi Second Row: Conrad John Jaburg University L. A. Joe Reid Jackson Business Robert Thomas Jackson Business; Sigma Chi Mildred Ann James Natchez Education; Phi Mu Third Row: William Byrd James L. A. William Medford James Louin L. A. Barney Ray Jeffcoats Lena Business Gloria Jennings Jackson L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Fourth Row: Bennie Fant Johnson Jackson Business Gary William Johnson Tupelo L. A. John Kimbrough Johnson Memphis, Tenn. L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mary Deshazo Johnson Oxford L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Fifth Row: Sara Ann Johnson Water Valley Education Sydney Carolyn Johnston Education; Delta Gamma Cassandra C. Jones Inverness L. A.; Delta Gamma Cathy G. Jones Vicksburg L. A. Sixth Row: David Allan Jones Williston, Fla. L. A. Frank Wilder Jones Meridian Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega Hal Trotter Jones Flora Business Robert Major Jones McComb L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Seventh Row: German Eubank Jordan Vicksburg Business Stephanie Alethia Jordy New Orleans, Education; Chi Omega Barbara Adgia Kalif Pass L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Virginia M. Kane Alexandria, Va. L. A. Eighth Row: Harry Morris Kaplan Pickens L. A. Alva Lynne Kelley Hayti, Mo. Education; Alpha Delta Pi Judith Carolyn Kennan Dallas, Texas Education; Chi Omega Margaret R. Kenny Coldwater L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi First Row: Carolyn Lee Kerr Aubrey, Ark. L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Donald E. Kessinger Forrest City, Business; Sigma Nu James Harold Key Batesville Engineering Karol Jean Keye Education; Kappa Delta Second Row: Kay Compton Kimble Vicksburg L. A. Sarah E. Kimbrough Morgan L. A.; Delta Delta Delta James Johnsey King Education. John Wallace King Engineering Third Row: O ' Gwen Lamar King Business Roger T. King Malden, Business; Sigma Pi James Robert Kitchell Abbeville, Pharmacy Mary Anne Klenner Reidsville, N. C. L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Fourth Row: Paul William Klotz L. A.; Sigma Nu Diane Klyce L. A.; Delta Gamma William Michael Kondor Lackawanna, N. L. A. Marianne Laberge L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Fifth Row: Arthur Allen Lacy L. A. Thomas L. Lamb Shaw Business; Sigma Chi Nancy Germany Lane Oxford L. A. Robert Louis Lane Oxford Education Sixth Row: M. Lenora Langston Education Betty Lou Larson Water Education Sue Larson Water Education Billy Ray Lea Jackson Pharmacy Seventh Row: Nathaniel. Wilson Lea Minter City Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Dicki. Crenshaw Lee Oxford L. A.; Delta Gamma James T. Leeper Oxford Business Clark Saxon Leonard. Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Eighth. Row: Mary Patricia Lewis Memphis, L. A. Mary Sharp Lickford Education; Delta Delta Delta Olivia Wain Littlefield Selmer, L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Jacqueline Lobrano L. A. First Row: Julias Lieb Lotterhos Crystal Springs L. A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Nancy Vadaman Lotterhos Meridian Education; Phi Mu Hugh Marshall Love Yazoo City L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Victoria Ann Love Kosciusko L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Second Row: Glenda J. Luke Louisville L. A.; Phi Mu Robert M. Lurie Seminary Business Louis Clayton Lyons Gulfport Business; Sigma Nu Lorena Anne McCaslin Rosedale L. A. Third Row: Hal Hick McClanahan Columbus L. A.; A. Kappa Alpha Peggy McClure Shreveport, La. Education; Pi Beta Phi Charles Kenneth McCoy Jackson Engineering Richard C. McDavitt Aurora, Ill. Business Fourth Row: John H. McDermit Columbia Engineering Sally Weems McDonnell Hazlehurst Business; Kappa Delta Sandra Kay McElwee Haynesville, La. L. A.; Chi Omega John Cecil McEwen Oxford Business Fifth Row: Adele N. McGowan Jackson Education; Delta Delta Delta George S. McIngvale Hernando Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Pat McInnis Collins Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma Donald F. McIntyre Natchez Business Sixth Row: Louise Rae McKinnon Gulfport Education; Phi Mu Lacey Ann McLaurin Jackson Business; Delta Delta Delta Maxine Coleman McLaurin Jackson L. A.; A. Chi Omega Lenore Kimbrough McLean Greenwood L.A.; Chi Omega Seventh Row: Charles William McLemore Meadville Business Laura Lynn McLemore Hazlehurst L. A.; Zeta Tau Alpha Carol Ann McMinn Batesville Education George K. McMullan Jackson L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Eighth Row: Thomas Alan. McRay Orlando, Fla. Business; Phi Kappa Theta Betty Bean Mabry Okolona L. A. Kafue E. Mallette Indianiola Business James S. Mangiafico West Caldwell, N.J. Education First Row: Fred Rolfe Martin Hughes, Ark. Education Thomas L. Martin Charleston L. A. Priscilla Martiniere Biloxi L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Troy Luther Mashburn Jackson Business; Sigma Chi Second Row: Jerry Gordon Mason West Point L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Mary Nell Massey Memphis, Tenn. Education Tony Robert Massi Montclair, N.J. Business Rodney Anthony Mattina Biloxi Business Third Row: Dannie Catherine Maxey Brandon L. A.; Delta Gamma Lynn May Jackson Education; Alpha Omicron Pi James Ivan Mayer Helena, Ark. Business Ralph Powell Mayfield Coldwater Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fourth Row: Grace Taylor Mayhall Belmont L. A. Alfred Lamar Meador Gulfport Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Archie Gene Medley Nettleton L. A. Frank E. Melograno N. Miami Beach, Fla. L. A. Fifth Row: Robert Joe Metz Clearwater, Fla. Business; Kappa Alpha Sara Jane Mieher Jackson Education; Pi Beta Phi John R. Miller Enterprise Engineering William Kent Milner Booneville Business Sixth Row: Samuel C. Mims Itta Bena Business Annette Parra Mitchell Lake Providence, La. Education Charles Paul Mixon Water Valley Business Flo Jean Cobb Mixon Lambert Education Seventh Row: Alice Gay Moody Hollandale Education; Zeta Tau Alpna Arl Van Moore Pine Bluff, Ark. Engineering; Phi Delta Theta Frank Thomas Moore Jackson L. A.; Beta Theta Pi James G. Moore Vicksburg Business Eighth Row: John Roger Moore Holly Springs L. A.; Sigma Chi Sandra Elaine Moore Blytheville, Ark. Education; Zeta Tau Alpha Edward D. Morris San Antonio, Texas Business James Phillip Morris New Albany Business; Sigma Nu First Row: William Howard Morris Jackson Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon William Thomas Morris Amory Business; Sigma Chi John Arthur Mortimer Belzoni Business; Kappa Alpha Betty Creech Moss Jackson L. A. Second Row: John C. Moss Meridian En gineering; Pi Kappa Alpha William Harris Mounger Jackson Business; Phi Delta Theta Berlon F. Mowers Aberdeen L. A. Patsy Anne Mullin Greenwood L. A.; Chi Omega Third Row: Patricia Munn Leland. Education; Kappa. Delta Elizabeth Murphey Memphis, Tenn. L. A.; Delta Gamma Mimi Murphree Shelby Education; Kappa Delta Katherine Louise Murphy Coldwater L. A.; Kappa Delta Fourth Row: Marilyn Dortch Murphy University Education Morris Vincent Mutzi Shaw L. A. Jonathon Michael Nash N. Little Rock, Ark. Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega Ellis Michael Nassour Vicksburg Business Fifth Row: Margaret Susan Neely New Albany Education; Delta Gamma Robert Hitt, Neill, Jr. Leland Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Gladys Augusta Nelson Greenwood L. A.; Chi Omega Judy Ann Nelson Cincinnati, Ohio L. A.; Chi Omega Sixth Row: Jerry E. Newell Meridian Education Carolyn Puryear Newman Jackson Education; Delta Delta Delta James Charles Newman, Jr. Memphis, Tenn. Engineering Gary Thomas Newton Senatobia L. A. Seventh Row: William L. Nicholas Raymond L. A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon David Maxfield Nichols Grand Rapids, Mich. Business Hugh Lawson Nichols Tchula Business; Delta Psi Martha H. Nichols Sw if town L. A.; Chi Omega Eighth. Row: Jerry Ruth Nix Pontotoc L. A. Nancy Ann Norris Houston, Texas Education; Phi Mu Eleanor Estelle Nunnery Arcola Education; Phi Mu Honey Odom Hattiesburg L. A.; Delta Delta Delta First Row: Patricia Dale Odom Batesville Education Jerry Leon Oglesby Stewart L. A. Jeanine Ogletree Ellisville Education; Zeta Tau Alpha William Clay Ogletree McComb Education; Sigma Nu Second Row Judith Rochelle Huntsville, Ala. L. A.; Kappa Delta E. Lanny Outlaw Baldwyn Business James P. Owen New Albany Business Samuel W. Owen, Jr. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Third Row: Mary Lou Pace Hattiesburg L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Ann Faulkner Paine Humboldt, Tenn. Education; Delta Gamma Elmer Carl Palm Monongahe la, Pa. Engineering Robert Thomas Palma Newark, N. J. L. A.; Phi Kappa Theta Fourth Row: Robert N. Pannell Tupelo Business; Delta Psi Richard Wayne Parker Jackson Business; Phi Delta Theta William Lewis Parks, Jr. Gulfport Business Richard Wayne Parsons Hattiesburg L. A. Fifth Row: Charlann Paschall St. Petersburg, Fla. L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi William E. Pate Hayti, Mo. Business Aubrey Burns Patterson Oxford Business; Alpha Tau Omega Phillip Patterson Memphis, Tenn. L. A. Sixth Row: Gilbert Bruce Payne Olive :Branch Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Lawrence Jane Pelegrin Sardis L. A.; Chi Omega Judith Hill Penn Brookhaven Education; Kappa Delta Charlie Perkins Macon Business Seventh Row: John Emmett Perkins Middletown, Ohio Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Richie Earl Perkins Moss Point Business; Sigma Nu Maurice C. Perlstein. Chicago, Ill. Business; Phi Epsilon Pi Marion McDonald Perry Philadelphia L. A.; Alpha Tau Omega Eighth Row: Marsha Rosalyn Perry Grenada L. A.; Pi Beta Phi Mary Dianne Perry Corinth L. A.; Phi Mu George Douglas Person Water Valley L. A. William David Phillips Memphis, Tenn. L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha First Row: William Fred Phinney Oceanport, N.J. Business Ruby Marmon Phyfer New Albany Education; Delta Delta Delta William S. Pickens Mooreville Business Robert Kenton Pickering Camp Lejeune, N.C. Business Second Row: Morris Edwin Pigott McComb L. A.; Alpha Tau Omega James Thomas Pinkerton Buckatunna Pharmacy Carey Lee Pitcock Pope Engineering Billy Joe Plunk Bruce Business Third Row: Lee Polizzi Amory Business Anthony Pongetti Shelby Business Robert Brooks Pool Hernando Education; Delta Kappa Epsilon Mickey C. Jackson Business; Kappa Delta Fourth Row: Albert David Powell Coldwater L. A. Frances Valliant Powell Belzoni Education; Delta Delta Delta Mary Kathryn Powna ll Plymouth Indiana Education Archie L. Pratt Leland Engineering Fifth Row: Robert Ernest Praytor Jackson Business John David Price Booneville Business Wanda Jeanne Price Amory L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Donald James Proehl University Education Sixth Row: Ann Puckett Magee L. A. Paul T. Purnell Jackson L .A.; Phi Kappa Psi William Arnold Pyle Jackson L. A. John Paul Quon Moorhead Business Seventh Row: Nancy Radcliffe Jackson Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma John H. Rader Clarksdale Business Betsy Rankin Jackson Education; Phi Mu Edward Carl Ratliff Clinton Business Eighth Row: James Roy Ratliff Louisville, Ky. Engineering; Kappa Sigma Patricia Elena Ray Birmingham, Ala. Education; Delta Gamma Penny Ray Grenada L. A.; Pi Beta Phi Merrilyn K. Rea Meridian Education; Chi Omega First Row: John D. Redhead Centreville Business; Kappa Sigma Margaret Rebecca Reed Jackson, Tenn. L. A.; Delta Gamma Richard Ellis Reeves Helena, Ark. Business Vicki L. Reid Oxford Business; Alpha Delta Pi Second Row: Franklin Louis Renault Coral Gables, Fla. Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Theta Thomas Irwin Rice Sumner Business; Sigma Chi John William Richardson Birmingham, Ala. Engineering; Eigma Phi Epsilon Jerry D. Riddell Laurel Engineering Third Row: Larry Arnold Riley Quitman Business; Sigma Nu William J. Riley Malone, N.Y. Business Stephen Wales Rimmer Madison Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Charles B. Riter Providence, R. I. Business Fourth Row: Carey Gadsden Rivenbark New Orleans, La. L. A.; Chi Omega Toni Roberson Clarksdale L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Joseph M. Roberts Nashville, Tenn. L. A. Pama Lou Roberts Oxford L. A. Fifth Row: Phillip E. Roberts Amory L. A. Lucie Patton Robertson Greenville Education; Kappa Delta B everly Gwen Robinson Stuttgart, Ark. L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi Claude Morgan Roebuck Derma Education Sixth Row: Ann Spencer Rogers New Albany L. A.; Chi Omega Bennie Mae Rogers Jackson Pharmacy; Kappa Psi Herbert Graham Rogers New Albany Business; Phi Delta Theta William Levi Rogers New Albany L. A.; Sigma Chi Seventh Row: Allan Semmes Ross Jackson Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Fred A. Ross, Jr. Jackson :Business Sylvia Patterson Ross Clarksdale Education; Chi Omega Joyce Rousseau Tupelo Business; Chi Omega Eighth Row: Roberta Rowland Baldwyn Pharmacy; Alpha Omicron Pi Marcus L. Rush Meridian L. A. Sara Russell Paducah, Ky. L. A.; Delta Gamma William 0. Rutledge New Albany L. A.; Phi Delta Theta First Row: Jack Sallis Tupelo L. A. Benjamin H. Sanders Laurel L. A.; Sigma Chi Fred Louis Sanders Potts Camp L. A. M. Laverne Sanders Oxford Education Second Row: Thomas Douglas Sartor Oxford Business Joel Sartoris Jackson L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha Nancy Kathryn Schilling Zachary, La. Education Elliott E. Schlottman Vicksburg Business; Sigma Chi Third Row: Betty May Scott Houston Education William Henry Searfus Oxford L. A. Mary Taylor Shaw Oxford L. A. Don W. Sheffield Dorsey Education Fourth Row: Thomas R. Sheffield Mantachin Education William M. Shoemaker Meridian L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha W. King Shurtleff Greenwood Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Larry Charles Skelton Corinth Business Fifth Row: Eleanor Wynn Skipper Columbia Education; Delta Delta Delta Betty Slater Coahoma L. A. Logan Allen Slaughter Little Rock, Ark. L. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha James H. Sledge Cleveland Business Sixth Row: Hal Andrew Sloas New Madrid, Mo. Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi Barry A. Smith McComb Pharmacy Ben Barrett Smith Water Valley Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Emmitt Dean Smith Jackson Business; Sigma Pi Seventh Row: Gloria Gayle Smith Aberdeen Education James F. Smith Batesville Business Larry Gilbert Smith McComb Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ralph Guy Smith Greenwood Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Eighth Row: Roy Lamar Smith Benton Engineering Thomas Larry Smith Bassfield L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Tom Smith Oxford Business; Alpha Tau Omega Glynda Lame Speck Blue Springs L. A. First Row: Joe L. Speed Jackson Business; Kappa Alpha Margaret Ray Spiars Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma Nancy Anne Spraberry Business Jane Patterson Steele Lexington, Ky. Education; Pi Beta Phi Second Row: Carol Ruth Stevens Tutwiler Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma I. Dudley Stewart Fayette L. A.; Kappa Alpha Milanda Rivers Stewart Business; Delta Delta Delta Robert Earl Stewart Busin ess Third Row: Wanda Alice Stokes New Education Charles Glenn Stone University Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega Fred G. Stone Business Patricia C. Strawbridge L. A. Fourth Row: Charlene Strickland Memphis, Education James Franklin Stuart :Business Dorothy Jane Sturdivant Minter L. A. William H. Sturtevant Clearwater, Business Fifth Row: Hiram Cassedy Sumrall Coral Gables, L. A.; Phi Delta Theta William Wyatt Sumrall Business; Phi Delta Theta Larry E. Sutton Education Carole Lee Tackett L. A. Sixth Row: J. Barry Talbert Yazoo City Business Caroline Lindsey Taylor Manchester, L. A.; Chi Omega Gail Chison Taylor Education; Chi Omega Jane Elizabeth Taylor Washington, Education; Alpha Omicron Pi Seventh Row: Joe Howard Taylor Pharmacy Marilyn Lewis Taylor Education Martha Frances Taylor L. A. Michael Byron Taylor Business; Alpha Tau Omega Eighth Row: James C. Thaxton Education; Sigma Chi Mary Kennon Thetford Montgomery, Ala. L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Richard William Thielker Jamaica, N. Y. L. A. Phi Kappa Psi Camille Sanders Thomas L. A .; Kappa Kappa Gamma First Row: Ernest George Thomas Vicksburg Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon Francis Edward Thomas South Bay, Fla. Business Grover Lee Thomas Baldwyn Engineering James Wooten Thomas Oxford L. A. Second Row: Johnny Joe Thomas Hayti, Mo. Business Nancy Jean Thomas Jackson Education; Phi Mu John Edward Thorburn Magnolia Business; Alpha Tau Omega Robert M. Thorne Meridian L. A. Third. Row: Frank W. Thornhill, Jr. Columbia Engineering N. Harriett Tinsley Russellville, Ala. L. A. Horatio L. Tisera-Lopez University Engineering John Gaulding Todd Jackson L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Fourth Row: Enoch Arden Tolleson Malden, Mo. Education William Dorsett Trahan Fontana, Wisc. Business; Sigma Nu Gail Elaine Trammell Kokomo, Indiana Education. Homer Conrad Trammel] Laurel Business Fifth Row: Faytema Jane Treloar Water Valley Education Robert J. Turgeon Northbridge, Mass. Business Mary Elizabeth Turner Bruce Business Robert Kimmons Upchurch Jackson Business Sixth Row: Jane Vaughn Canton L. A.; Delta Delta Delta Janet Young Vaughn Corinth Education Vivian Elizabeth Veazey Coldwater Education; Phi Mu Charles James Voss Oxford Pharmacy Seventh Row: Lucian R. Wadlington Belzoni L. A.; Sigma Chi Edward Wagner Deerpark, N. Y. Engineering Carol L Waits Leland Education; Phi Mu Carole Elizabeth Walker Oxford Business Eighth Row: Robert David Wallace Tupelo Education Mitchell Emmett Ward Vicksburg Business; Beta Theta Pi William H. Wardlaw Jackson Business; Kappa Sigma William Louis Ware Baton Rouge, La. Education; Kappa Sigma First Row: William P. Warfield L. A.; Phi Delta Theta Jane Ann Watson Chicago, Education Charles H. Weathersby L. A.; Beta Theta Pi Elliott Clifford Webber L. A, Second Row: Robert Lynn Wells Pharmacy Linda Gail Westmoreland L. A. Betty York Whitaker Education Anne Newton White Blytheville, Education; Alpha Delta Pi Third Row: Rayburn Stokes Whitener Hayti, Mo. Education; Pi Kappa Alpha Douglas Arthur Whitenton Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon David Lawrence Whitley Business James Lipsey Whitten L. A. Fourth Row: Clay Whittle Business; Kappa Sigma Lois Henriette Wicks L. A.; Pi Beta Phi Eva Kay Wibourn Water Education; Delta Delta Delta Elizabeth Tucker Wilkins Washington, L. A. Fifth Row: Joseph Tyson Wilkins New Business; Sigma Chi Kate Eason Williams L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi Kitty Williams Nashville, Education; Phi Mu Larry Joe Williams New Business Sixth Row Lona Lee Williams L. A.; Phi Mu William Atkins Williams Business; Phi Delta Theta James E. Willoughby L. A. Leslie Wilsford Memphis, Education; Kappa Delta Seventh Row: Kenneth James Wiltshire Engineering Sandra Winders Education; Phi Mu John Ronald Windsor L. A. Joseph Edmund Winston Arlington, L. A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Eighth Row: James W. Winter Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Barbara Louise Woodruff Westfield, L. A. Jerry Dean Worsham Horn Education Robert Hayden Worsham Business; Sigma Chi Ninth Row: Dennis Irwin Wright L. A. Harmon Yarber Red Bay, Business Brenda J. Yarborough Education Beverly Sue Young L. A..; Kappa Delta Robert Buchanan Young Fayetteville, Business First Row: • Mary Elizabeth Aaron, Education; • Fred Gordon Abney, Business; Bay Springs • Fred Larry Abraham, Busi- ness; Clarksdale. • Norris S. Achee, Jr., Bus- iness; Mississippi City. • Phyllis Louise Acree, Business; Meridian; Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: • Howard Smith Ainsworth, Business; Florence, Ala. • Martha Aldridge, L. A.; • Elizabeth Jane Alexander, L. A.; Fulton. • Virna Ruth Alexander, L. A.; Rolling Fork; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jane Allen, Education; Winona; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: • June Marie Allen, L. A.; Meridian. • Christian Allenburger, L. A.; Gulfport. • Alex A. Alston, Law; Hollandale. • Carolyn E. L. A.; Toone, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • Betty Randall Anderton, Education; Cowan, Tenn.; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • William Lovell Anthony, Business; Greenville; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Ann Archer, Education; Greenville; Chi Omega. • Elzey Joe Arledge, Jr., Business; Philadelphia. • Thomas George Armour, Business; Kingsport, Tenn.; Kappa Alpha. • Richard Earl Atkins, Business; Corinth. Fifth Row: • Martha Jane Austin, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Glenda Joyce Babb, Education; Corinth. • Robert A. Bailey, Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Robert Bailey, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Delta Theta. • Sam Harper Bailey, L. A.; Marks. Sixth Row • Patricia Ann Baker, L. A.; Pascagoula; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sherry Lynn Baker, L. A.; Pontotoc. • William Ernest Baker, Business; Indianola; Phi Delta Theta. • Elizabeth Ann Ballard, L. A.; Tupelo; Alpha Delta Pi. • William W. Ballard, L. A.; Hernando; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Forrest H. Barber, Engineering; Baldwyn. • Gen M. Barbour, L. A.; Yazoo City; Chi Omega. • Varis Barenis, Business; • Thomas Arthur Barfield, Education; Coldwater. • James Love Barksdale, Jackson; Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: • John Ward Barnes, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Chi. • James Robert Barr, Business; Akron, Ind. • George R. Barrett, Business; Yazoo City. • Richard Craig Barrow, White Plains, N.Y. • Jimmie Don Engineering; Oxford. Ninth Row: • Lajuana Jo Barton, L. A.; A. Calhoun City; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Robert William Barton, L. A.; Raymond; Delta Psi. • Gary F. Beaupre, L. A.; New Orleans. • Richard Alan Beharrell, Education; West Concord, Mass. • Hudson Ford Bell, Business; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • Hugh 0. Bell, Business; Tampa, Fla.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Marshall Bennett, L. A.; Tchula; Sigma Chi. • Carol Jeanne L. A.; West Point; Delta Gamma. • Alfred Eugene Berliner, L. A.; Pluchemin, N.J. • Melaine Patricia Bernard, Education; Lakewood, Ohio; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Donna Ann Berry, Education; Picayune. • Mary Ann Biedenharn, L. A.; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • Jane J. Bigger, L. A.; Marion, Ark.; Delta Delta Delta. • David Michael Biggs, L. A.; Murrayville, Ill.; Phi Kappa Psi. • John Hendrik Billing, L. A.; Waumatusa, Wisc. Third Row: • James Oliver Bishop, L. A.; West Point; Sigma Nu. • Aden Jack Blackledge, Jr., L. A.; Waynesboro. • Jerry Holmes Blount, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Kimble Lee Bolen, L. A.; Booneville. • James Dickson Bomboy, Jr., L. A.; Hattiesburg; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • Sidney Boren, Engineering; Marietta. • Robert Bennett Boswell, Business; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • James Randolph Bounds, L. A.; Water Valley. • Graham Gregory Boyd, L. A.; Yazoo City; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jim Haber Boyd, L. A.; Oxford. Fifth Row: • R. E. Branch, L. A.; Shelby; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Andrew G. Branscome, L. A.; Canton; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Spencer Brenner, Business; Cleveland. • George Clinton Breshears, Engineering; Lumberton. • Gloria C. A. Bright, Education; Pascagoula. Sixth Row: • William. W. Brittingham, L. A.; Lewes Pi Kappa Alpha. • Howard Lynn Britton, Pharmacy; Laurel. • Charles Manton Broad, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Henry Donnie Brock, L. A.; Lexington; Kappa Sigma. • Richard William Brock, L. A.; Tylertown; Phi Kappa Psi. Seventh Row: • Ronnie Brooks, Pharmacy; Magee. Amanda M. Brown, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Milton D. Brown, Business; City, Mo.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Cindy Kaye Browning, L. A.; Pontotoc; Delta • Douglas Albert Brownlee, Pharmacy; Heidelberg. Eighth Row: • Michael Brucker, L. A.; Greenwood; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Peggy Jane Brumfield, Educa- tion; Shreveport, La. • Thomas David Brunt, Jr., Pharmacy; Mendenhall. • Ester Lee Bryson, L. A.; Baldwyn. • George Sumner Buck, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Ninth Row: • Percy Rayburn Buntin, Business; Oakland. • Gary Lee Burcham, Pharmacy; Ill. • Mary Ann Burks, Education; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Glenda Ellen Burns, L. A.; Lumberton. • Carl Dentor Bush, Business; Clarksdale. First Row: • Rachael Marion Butler, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Delta. • Sarah Butler, L. A.; Chi Omega. • Clovis G. Butts, Business; Independence. • Betty Seward Buzard, L. A.; Moss Point. • Peggy Bynum, Pharmacy; Dermott, Ark.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Chester Morris Callahan, Bus.; Corinth. • Richard Victor Calvasina, Business; Wilmis, Del. • Russell Warren Calvert, L. A.; South Miami, Fla.; Sigma Chi. • David Hardin Campbell, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Glenda Carroll Cantebury, L. A.; Jackson. Third Row: • Bobby Dewain Caples, Education; Thaxton. • Mark Steven Carley, Engineering; Hattiesburg. • Tommy Gene Carlisle, L. A.; Forest. • Ann S. Carothers, Education; Walnut. • Wayne O ' Brian Carpenter, L. A.; Corinth. Fourth Row: • Rebecca Ann Carson, Business; Halls, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Michale Hammond Carter, L. A.; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. • Linda Massey Case, L. A.; Brookhaven; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sarah Lynn Education; Belmont; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert Rayne Cave, L. A.; Henderson, Ky. Filth Row: • William Hershell Cave, Jr., Pharmacy; Ky. • Rebecca B. Center, L. A.; Clearwater, Fla. • Martha Ann Chadwick, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Richard Lee Chaffin, Business; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Anita Olive Chandler, L. A.; West Point. Sixth Row: • James Walter Chandler, Business; Vicksburg; Sigma Chi. • Carroll David Channel, Business; Jackson. • James Brent Chapman, Pharmacy; Raymond. • John H. Chisholm, L. A.; McCall Creek. • Kay Kiami Churchill, Business; Oxford; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh Row: • Donald M. Clanton, Education; Coldwater. • Claudia Ann Clark, Business; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Susan Stevens Clark, Education; Gulfport; Delta Delta Delta. • James Kenan Clinton, Business; New Albany. • James Virgil Coggin, Business; Corinth; Sigma Nu. Eighth Row: • Harold S. Cohen, Business; Clarksdale. • John Franklin Cole, Pharmacy; Hattiesburg. • Ronald Keith Cole, L. A.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. • Shelia Jean Conant, L. A.; Homewood, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carol Ann Conklin, Education; Miami, Fla. Ninth Row: • Diane Conner, L. A.; Ripley, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Lynn Allen Cook, A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • John Gordon L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • Nancy Carolyn Coursey, L. A.; Raleigh; Delta Gamma. • Mary Clarie Cox, Education; West Point; Alpha Omicron Pi. First Row: • Mary Moore Craig, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • David E. Crawley, Business; Kosciusko. • Theresa L. Cromeans, L. A.; Belmont. • James L. Crook, Business; Dallas, Texas; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John Dale Crow, Business; Elaine, Ark. Second Row: • Partricia Crutchfield, L. A.; Cleveland. • Cooper E. Curtis, Jr., Pharmacy; Winona. • James Russell Dail, Engineering; Va.; Kappa Alpha. • William Moore Dalehite, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Helen Elizabeth Daly, L. A.; Genada. Third Row: • Dorothy Ann Daniel, Business; Houlka. • Carl F. Davis, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Psi. • Carolyn Faye Davis, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Don Monroe Davis, Business; Orlando, Fla.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Michael Lewis Davis, Education; Bolivar, Tenn. Fourth Row: • Winston R. Davis, L. A.; Jackson. • Linda Virginia Dean, Education; West Memphis, Ark.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Michael Roy Dean, L. A.; Winter Park, Fla. • James Davidson Deare, L. A.; Metairie, La. • Marie Dedeaux, Education; Gulfport. Fifth Row: • Ligia Pilar Delgadillo, Business; Manague Nicaragua. • Donald Arthur Deline, Business; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • Jo Currie Dent, Education; Birmingham, Ala. • Herbert E. Dewees, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Alpha. • Elizabeth G. Dexter, L. A.; Selmer, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Hal Conn Dilworth, L. A.; Metairie, La. • John E. Dogett, Engineering; Tupelo; Sigma Chi. • Carlos Ray Dollar, Engineering; • Robert W. Dowdy, Business; Pontotoc. • Joan Elaine Downer, Education; Oxford; Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: • John Allen Dubard, L. A.; Oxford. • Dale Lee Duckworth, Business; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • Walter Carson Dunn, Rossville, Tenn. • Robert Dennis Eavenson, Education; Marks. • James S. Edwards, L. A.; Amory; Phi Kappa Psi. Eighth Row: • Stephanie Eggleston, L. A.; Shelby; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Barbara Ann Elder, Busi- ness; Moss Point. • Joseph. David Elmore, Education; Oxford. • Donna Ruth Else, L. A.; Yazoo City; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Jean Gay Enchelmayer, Education; Glencoe, Ill. Ninth Row: • Herman Donald Estes, Business; Natchez. • Gay Etter, Education; Fort Worth, Texas. • Diane Breedlove Eubanks, Pharmacy; Batesville. • Donnie Herbert Evans, L. A.; Vaiden. • Benjamin Johnson Everett; Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. First Row: • Jerry Dale Fancher, Business; Belmont. • Bonnie Eva Farr, Education; Cleveland; Phi Mu. • Sara Anne Feemster, L. A.; Delta. Gamma. • Valena Sondra Ferrell, Education; Ashland. • Joseph Paul Fillare, Business; Allendale, N.J. Second Row: George Shea Flinn, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Carroll Leslie Flowers, Engineering; Meadville; Sigma Nu. • Martha Ross Floyd, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Pi Beta Phi. • Tom Sledge Floyd, Business; Como; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Claude Eugene Foote, L. A.; luka; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: • Herbert Von Foregger, L. A.; Miami, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • Ray Larry Fornea, Foxworth; Kappa Sigma. • Beth Meriwether Foster, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • Lee Pryor Foster, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Gamma. • Becky Ann Fowler, Busi- ness; Jackson; Delta Gamma. Fourth Row: • Charles C. Fraley, Business; Macon. • Sara Blanche Franklin, Pharmacy; Union. • Dan Frazer, Education; Alexandria, Va. • Fred Frederick, Pharmacy; Clarksdale. • Nancy Anne Fredrickson, Business; Sardis. Fifth Row: • Carolyn Smith Freeny, Education; Carthage. • George Thomas Fuqua, Business; Batesville. • Glenn Howard Galloway, L. A.; W. Palm Beach, Fla.; Sigma Nu. • Louise Michele Gardner, Business; Senatobia; Delta Delta Delta. • Sarah Elizabeth Garner, L. A.; Hernando. Sixth Row: • Gayle Garth, Education; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • John Wesley Gary, Business; Sigma Chi. • Joseph Stanley Garzik, Jr., L. A.; Southern Pines, N. C.; Sigma Alph a Epsilon. • Henry Martin Gastrell, Engineer- ing; Vicksburg, Phi Delta Theta. • Thomas Richard Gatlin, Pharmacy; Walnut. Seventh Row: • Ruth Ann Gean, L. A.; Oxford. • George S. Gennie, L. A.; Tylertown. • Lucy L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Jo Guyton Gerrard, Education; Marks. • William J. Gibson, Pharmacy; University. Eighth Row: • C. K. Griffen, Education; Denton, Tex.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • George Yancey L. A.; Greenwood; Delta Psi. • Jo Anne Gillespie, Education; Canton; Delta Delta Delta. • Mary Helen Gillespie, L. A.; Smithville; Alpha Delta Pi. • Henri Etta Gillingham, L. A.; Tupelo. Ninth Row: • Frank B. Goldman, L. A.; Duck Hill. • Kung Woo Gong, Jr., Business; Boyle. • Susan. M. Goza, Education; Rosedale; Chi Omega. • Larry L. Grantham, Business; Grenada; Alpha Tau Omega. • Stephanie Jo Gratz, L. A.; Oxford; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Jerry Thomas Graves, Business; McCrory, Ark. • Elizabeth Ann Green, L. A.; Baldwyn. • John Barrett Green, Business; Franklinton, La.; Phi Delta Theta. • Erwin Cason Griffin, Jr., L. A.; Edenton, N. C.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Janet Ann Griffin, Education; Meridian; Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: • Robert Lawrence Grobmyer, L. A.; Tenn. • James Michael Gullett, Elizabethtown, Ill.; Delta Kappa • William Carl Gunn, Business; Marianna, Fla.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • John M. Guttery, Business; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • David Lee Guyton, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. Third Row: • Carolyn Anne Hadley, Education; Rutherford, Tenn. • William. A. Hailey, Business; Crowder. • Anthony Hale, Business; Falcon. • Suzanne Haley, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Donald George Hall, L. A.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: • James C. Hall, Business; Brandon. • John Travis Hall, Pharmacy; Nettleton. • Don D. Hamachek, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert Wallace Hamill, Busi- ness; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Patricia Lee Hamilton, Business; Richard City, Tenn. Fifth Row: • Barbara Lynn Hankins, L. A.; Jackson. • Kaye Ellen Hankins, Education; Taylorsville; Delta Gamma. • Regenia C. Hardin, Business; Pontotoc; Delta Gamma. • Deborah Ann Harkins, Education; Marshall, Texas. • Betts Harlan, Pharmacy; Kosciusko; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Randall D. Harper, Business; Caruthersville, Mo. • Griffin Holmes Harrell, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Frank W. Business; Aberdeen; Sigma Chi. • Jan Harris, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • Marilyn Frances Harris, Education; St. Petersburg Fla.; Delta Gamma. Seventh Row: • James B. Harvey, Education; Forest. • Roseann E. Ha rwood, Education; Gulfport; Kappa Delta. • Robert E. Hauberg, L. A.; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. • Baxter Kyle Hearn, L. A.; Hattiesburg. • Bobby Terrell Heath, L. A.; Duckhill. Eighth Row: • Patrick Richard Hecker, Education; • Wallace Eugene Heggie, Business; Grenada; Sigma Nu. • Roy E. Heidel, Educa- tion; Yazoo City. • Brad Heitzman, L. A.; Biloxi. • Ralph William Hemphill, Business; Jackson. Ninth Row: • Mary Lynn Hendricks, L. A.; Fort Smith, Ark. • Edward Leslie Henley, English; Senatobia. • David Berch Henry, Business; Gulf- port; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Taras John Herbowy, Education; Utica, N.Y. • Anthony Herrera, L. A.; Wiggins; Sigma Chi. First Row: • J. C. Herring, L. A.; Jackson. • Kathryn Healy Hester, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Beverly Anne Hicks, Business; University. • Billy John Hill, L. A.; Pensacola, Fla. • Raymond Carl Hill, Business; West Helena, Ark. Second Row: • Robert L. Hill, Education; New Pa. • Joe Lloyd Hinton, Pharmacy; Richton. • Franklin Wayne Hodges, Pharm- acy; Leaksville. • Skipper Holley, Pharmacy; Olive Branch; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jeff F. Hollingsworth, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: • Miller Payne Holmes, Business; Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sidney G. Holmes, Pharmacy; Waynesboro. • Norman Richard Holstein, Education; Miami, Fla. • George H. Homich, Business; Oxford; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jeffrey E. Hood, Business; Huntington, W. Va.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Fourth Row: • James Edward Hoppen, Business; Bogalusa, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William Clayton Hopper, L. A.; Horn Lake; Phi Kappa Psi. • Edward David Horn, Business; Water • Lynda McAlpin Horn, Education; Magee. • Michael Allan Home, L. A.; Gulfport; Phi Delta Theta. Fifth Row: • Edward Joseph Horvath, L. A.; Columbus. • Noble Owen Hovater, Business; Tuscumbia, Ala.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Ernest E. Howard, Business; Vicksburg; Sigma Chi. • Benny T. Howell, Business; Banner. • James Judson Hudgeins, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: • Alcus Ray Hudson, Pharmacy; Sumrall. • Ann Broome Hudson, L. A.; Prentiss. • Walker Hudson, L. A.; Columbus. • Charlie A. Hudson, Business; Hopkinsville, Ky. • John Allen Hudson, Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Parter Hudson, Pharmacy; Sumrall. • Stephanie Hudson, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Edwin Coleman Humphreys, Busi- ness; Alexandria, Va. Jessie Yancey Humphreys, L. A.; Marianna, Ark.; Delta Gamma. • Richard Dean Hunt, Education; Water Valley. Eighth Row: • Leslie Byron Hunter, L. A.; Grenada. • George S. Hurst, Pharmacy; Hattiesburg. • Winn Varnon. Hutchcraft, Business; Paris, Ky.; Delta Psi. • Linda Dorothy Ingrassia, L. A.; Mississippi City; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Michael Lundie Inmon, Engilsh; Oxford. Ninth Row: • Frank M. Irby, L. A.; Vicksburg; Sigma Nu. • Carey Marvin Jackson, Engineering; McComb. • Edwin Leon Jackson, L. A.; South Houston, Texas; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jimmy S. Jackson, Pharmacy; Canton; Kappa Sigma. • Jesse Earl Jacobs, Education; Meridian. First Row: • John E. Jayme, Business; Cleveland, Ohio; Kappa Alpha. • Bruce Cranford Jayne, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • Dorothy Jenkins, L. A.; Oxford. • Dottie Johnson, L. A.; Forest; Delta Gamma. • James Howard Johnson, Business; Laurel; Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Kathleen Dabney Johnson, Education; Brownwood, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Martha Lynette Johnson, L. A.; University. • Roger Carl Johnson, Engineering; Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Russell A. John- son, Business; Tampa, Fla.; Sigma Chi. • Dorothy Duncan Jones, L. A.; Inverness; Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: • Emory Davis Jones, Education; Iuka. • Fern Virginia Jones, Business; Grenada; Pi Beta Phi. • Fredric Earl Jones, Pharmacy; University. • Gerald Lynn Jones, L. A.; Great Lakes, Ill.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James Jones, Business; Jackson. Fourth Row: • Mary Launa Jones, Education; Clarksdale; Chi Omega. • Roger Tilden Jones, Pharmacy; Honolulu, Hawaii; Kappa Sigma. • William Murphy Jones, L. A.; Tupelo. • Albert Jue, Pharmacy; Indianola. • George Henry Jue, Pharmacy; Clarksdale. Fifth Row: • John Newman Kamman, Education; N.J. • Ronald James Kasper, Dickson City, Pa. • Sandra Rae Keller, L. A.; Montgomery, Ala. • Mendal Gene Kemp, L. A.; Carthage; Pi Kappa Alpha. • William Vance Kirby, L. A.; Greenwood. Sixth Row: • Adrienne Leland Kline, L. A.; Atlanta, Georgia; Alpha Delta Pi. • Carmen Susan Klotz, L. A.; McComb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Georgia Elizabeth Knight, Education; Tupelo. • James Wayne Knight, Pharmacy; Franklinton, La. • Jerry Wayne Knotts, Pharmacy; Columbia. Seventh Row: • Ken Lackey, L. A.; Jackson. • Claude Julius Ladner, Engineering; Gulfport; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Heber Austin Ladner, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Raymond Paul Laduc, L. A.; Utica, New York. • Ronald William Lamey, Pharmacy; Leakesville. Eighth Row: • Barry Dwight Land, L. A.; Louin; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Becky Lane, Education; Wiggins; Delta Gamma. • David L. Lane, Business; Jackson; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Billy Joe Laney, Engineering; Nettleton. • Willard Lape, Business; Owensboro, Ky.; Sigma Nu. Ninth Row • Jean F. Larroux, L. A.; Bay St. Louis; Kappa Sigma. • Mary Jane Larson, Business; Walter Valley. • Mary Jo Latham, Business; Hollandale. • Rosemary Latimer, L. A.; Kappa Delta. • Charles E. Law, Jr., L. A.; Alexandria, Va.; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Andy Paul Lawhon, Business; Tupelo; Sigma Nu. • Pamela Ann Leach, L. A.; DuQuoin, Ill.; Omicron Pi. • A. J. Lee, Engineering; Aberdeen. • Robert Edward Lee, Business; Laurel; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Treva Anne Leggett, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Betty Boyd Leonard, L. A.; Kosciusko; Delta Gamma. • Herman McCurry Lesley, Jr., Pharmacy; New Albany. James Lessley, Pharmacy; Woodville. • Barbara Joan Lester, Education; Oxford. • Garner Wallace Lester, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • William Edward Lester, L. A.; Oxford. • Dempsey Meyer Levi, Pharmacy; Ocean Springs. • John Howell Lewis, Pharmacy; Holly Bluff. • Lynda Rhodes Lewis, Educa- tion; Philadelphia. • Waite Edward Ligon, Business; Clarksdale; Delta Psi. Fourth Row: • John Stanley Lile, Education; Amory. • Robbie L. Lindsey, L. A.; Laurel; Phi Mu. • Nancy Bauer Linkroum, L. A.; Coral Gables, Fla. • John M. Lippincott, L. A.; Grenada. • William Beck Lipscomb, Business; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. Fifth Row: • Jamie Ray Little, Business; Jackson. • John Patterson Little, Jr., Business; • John. Marianna Little, Business; West Point; Delta Gamma. • Brenda Leo Lokey, Business; Amarillo, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dell Love, Education; Florence. Sixth Row: • Van A. Lucas, Business; Newton; Sigma Nu. • Ignatius Semmes Luckett, L. A.; Clarksdale; Kappa Alpha. • Jerry Charles McAnally, L. A.; Belmont. • Lewis R. L. A.; Bogue Chitto. • Joseph McCarty, Business; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. Seventh Row: • Paul Harden McClellan, Jr., Pharmacy; Laurel. • Joe Don McCorkle, Engineering; Vaiden. • Linda E. McCormick, L. A.; Forest; Alpha Delta Pi. • Margaret McCormick, L. A.; Greenwood; Kappa Delta. • Olivia McCoy, Education; Tutwiler; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Henry Allen McCrory, Pharmacy; • Margaret Ann McCully, Business; DeKalb; Delta Gamma. • Clarence Albert McDaniel, L. A.; Mississippi City. • Marcia Ann McDuff, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carolyn Ann McElwain, L. A.; Falkner; Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: • William T. McGlathery, Business; Mountain Brook, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta. • Ginger McIngvale, Business; Hernando; Phi Mu. • Corwin Lee McKay, L. A.; Cincinnati, Ohio. • William Swayze McKeithen, Pharmacy; Philadelphia. • M. Gage McLendon, Educa- tion; Quitman; Chi Omega. First Row: • William Lucas McMullen, L. A.; Delta Epsilon. • Coralee Education; Oxford. • Hosea S. McNew, Jr., Business; Batesville. • Donald Reid Business; New Canaan, Conn.; Kappa Alpha. • Michael Thomason McCree, Engineering; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • James Elmore Mallette, L. A.; Clarksdale; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mayme Faye Malouf, Education; Greenwood. • Linda Adele Business; Dorsey. • Anne Lillian Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Donald Grayson Martin, Education; Emporia, Va.; Kappa Sigma. Third Row: • William M. Martin, Business; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Jo Ann Maxey, Education; Red Bay, Ala. • John Lewis Maxey, L. A.; New Albany; Sigma Chi. • Velia Ann Mayer, L. A.; Magee; Phi Mu. • Robert Leslie Mays, Pharmacy; Ripley; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Susan Jane Meason, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Delta. • James A. McGehee, L. A.; Picayune. • Kachy Louie Melikian, Business; Mass. • Martha Clark Mellon, Educa- tion; Bolton; Delta Delta Delta. • Floyd Mortimer Melton, Jr., Business; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. Fifth Row: • Walter M. Merritt, L. A.; Cleveland; Phi Delta Theta. • Norval George Metcalf, Busi- ness; Alexandria, Va.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • John S. Metz, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Lattimore M. Michael, Business; Rosedale; Kappa Alpha. • Glenn Richard Miller, L. A.; Fort Collins, Colo. Sixth Row: • Paul Oscar Miller, Business; Butler, Ala.; Beta Theta Pi. • Gerald DeWitt Mills, Busi- ness; Shreveport, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Gwen Mills, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Sherry E. Mills, Education; Moorhead. • Ronald A. Milner, Business; Dunmere, Pa.; Alpha Tau Omega. Seventh Row: • Marvin T. Mims, Business; Greenwood. • Ben Arthur Mistilis, Education; Oxford. • Bettye Mitchell, L. A.; Paragould, Ark. Alpha Delta Pi. • Lester Dan Mitchell, L.A.; Meridian; Kappa Alpha. • Sidney Louise Mize, Business; Brookhaven; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: • Wiley H. Mock, L. A., Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Terrence Bruce Mohr, Business; Dayton, Ohio. Gerrard Wayne Monroe, L. A.; Quitman. • Thomas R. Montgomery, Phar- macy; Bruce; Sigma Chi. • Jimmy Ryan Moore, L. A.; Pascagoula. Ninth Row: • Mary Montrea Moore, Education; • Joe Morgan, Business; Memphis, Tenn. • Wanda Joy Morgan, Education; Phi Mu. • John Thomas Morris, L. A.; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. • Pam Education; Okolona; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Thomas Dudley Morrowk, Pharmacy; Calhoun City. • Mary Nell Murphy, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Ruie Murphy, Education; Henderson, Ky. • James Lynn Murray, Pharmacy; • Edward Louis Naro, L. A.; Fiskeville, R. I.; Phi Kappa Psi. Second Row: • Claudia Neelly, L. A.; Grenada. • Janet Lee Nelson, Education; Cincinnati, Ohio; Chi Omega. • Jo Ellen Nettles, Pharmacy; Brandon; Alpha Omicron Pi. • P. Hugo Newcomb, Jr., L.. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Charles Ray Nix, Pharmacy; Jackson. Third Row: • Ida Kathryn Nix, L. A.; Sardis; Delta Gamma. • Catherine Adair Noah, Education; Kosciusko; Delta Gamma. • Lynne Diane Education; Tenley Pk., Ill. • Martin Nosef, L. A.; Clarksdale; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Charles Richard Nute, Edu- cation; Shaw. Fourth Row: • Johnny L. Odom, Pharmacy; Ellisville. • David F. Oglesbee, Education; Pascagoula. • John Edward Oslon, L. A.; Amory. • Osborn, Education; Tishomingo. • Janice Olita Owen, L. A.; Metairie, La. Fifth Row: • Lynal Jay Owens, L. A.; Greenville; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Charles Massie Pacchione, Business; Glenside, Pa. • Lynda Jean Palmer, L. A.; Dermott, Ark.; hi Mu. • William Palmer, L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Pi. Dineshbhai C. atel, Engineering; University. Sixth Row: • William atton, Pharmacy; Saucier. • Joe Randol Patty, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Patty Dee Pauley, Education; Pikeville, Ky.; Pi Beta Phi. • Emil Jr., harmacy; Sumrall. • Lucy Lee Payne, L. A.; Clarks- dale; Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: • Shirley Virginia Payne, Education; Brandon; Delta Delta Delta. • Ethel. Ann Pearson, Education; Jackson, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Johnny Burns Peebles, Pharmacy; Philadelphia. • Donald Giles Peresich, Busi- ness; Biloxi. • George Wilfred Petering, L. A.; Lake Wales, Fla.; Phi Kappa Psi. Eighth Row: • Dorothy Jean Petkovsek, Business; Natchez. • Virginia Pettit, Education; Bruce. • James William Petty, Business; Natchez; Sigma Nu. • John Andrew Phay, L. A.; University; Alpha Tau Omega. • Carol Jean Phillips, L. A.; Dayton Ohio. Ninth Row: • Cary Alton Phillips, Business; Vicksburg; Sigma Nu. • Lars Ole Phillips, Engineering; Bay St. Louis; Kappa Sigma. • Robert Lewis Phillips, L. A.; Newbern, Tenn.; Beta Theta Pi. • Thomas Melton Phillips, L. A.; Ark. • Guy Warren Pickle, Business; Amory. First Row: • Nancy Carroll Pierce, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Gamma. • Tessie Merideth Pierce, Education; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • James Acye Pittman, Pharmacy; Kosciusko. • Gary Davis Platt, Education; Kent, Conn.; Sigma Pi. • Jerry Lee Plunk, Business; Bruce. Second Row: • Martha Carol Porter, Business; Port Gibson; Delta Gamma. • Carolyn Posey, Educa- tion; Tupelo. • Philip Lamar Poythress, Engineering; Meridian. • Betty Ann Price, L. A.; Greenville. • Jim W. Price, L. A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: • Jo M. Price, Education; Coahoma. • Gail Prichard, L. A.; Meadville; Alpha Delta Pi. • Andrew E. Prince, L. A.; Tenn.; Phi Kappa Psi, • Belle Frances Privette, L. A.; Jackson. • Julia W. Puckett, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: • Peggy Dian Qualls, Education; Corinth. • Pat H. Raborn, Business; Carlisle, Ark.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Wilfred J. Radler, L. A.; Laurel. • Rebecca Breedlove Raney, L. A.; Charleston. • Jimmy Raper, Business; Fifth Row: • Lynda Lee Raspberry, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Mary Arleen Ratcliff, Education; Liberty; Delta Gamma. • Charles Edward Ray, L. A.; Water Valley; Sigma Nu. • Henry Jonathan Ray, L. A.; Grenada. • Starr Lelawd Ray, Education; Edgewater Park. Sixth Row: • George Rayner, L. A.; Gulfport. • Martha Rea, L. A.; Clinton; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Martha Jane Reece, Education; Amory. • Jimmie Cecil Reed, L. A.; Leland; Phi Kappa Psi. • Patricia Dianne Reed, Education; Jackson, Seventh Row: • Virginia Mann Reed, Business; Belmont. • Brenda Gale Reeves, Education; Pascagoula. • William Benjamin Regan, Business; Magnolia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Robert T. Renfro, Education; Batesville; Kappa Sigma. • Rona Rhea Rhine, L. A.; Corinth. Eighth Row: • Barbara Lynn Ricau, L. A.; Metairie, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dorothy Helen Rich, Business; Chatham. • Cecelia Richardson, L. A.; New Albany. • John M. Riddell, Engineering; Laurel. • Jerry Ann Riggs, A.; Carrollton; Alpha Omicron Pi. Ninth Row: Norman Robbins, L. A.; New Albany. • John Wayne Robbins, Education; Oxford. • Gerald Melvin Robertson, L. A.; John William Robertson, L. A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Lawrence S. Pharmacy; Batesville. First Row: • James Crockett Rochester, L. A.; Byhalia. • Thomas E. Roden, L. A.; Kennett, Mo. • Howell Wade Rogers, L. A.; Lamar. • Larry Thomas Rogers, L. A.; Savannah, Tenn. • Nancy Lee Rogers, Education; Michigan City; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Tommy Cade Rogers, Business; Laurel; Sigma Chi. • Richard Lee Ross, Pharmacy; Woodland. • Sandra C. Ross, Pharmacy; Houka. • Wesley Benjamin Rozolsky, L. A.; Natchez; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Glenn Ross Samford, L. A.; Steele, Mo.; Sigma Pi. Third. Row: • Marvin Lanier Sanders, L. A.; Clinton, S. Carolina; Delta Psi. • Linda Raye Sanderson, L. A.; Vardaman. • Elizabeth Ann Sartor, Education; Pachuta. • Peggy Savage, L. A.; Oxford; Phi Mu. • Patricia E. Scarborough, Education; Biloxi. Fourth Row: • Patricia D. Scarbrough, Education; Vardaman. • Frank Joseph Schlosser, Business; • F. A. Schurtz, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Emil F. Schutte, L. A.; Windermere, Fla. • Tommy Wayne Scott, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • James Paul Scrivener, Business; Memphis, Tenn. • John Stewart Seabold, Business; University. • Ben Williamson Seale, Pharm- acy; Holly Springs. • Elizabeth Ellen Seay, L. A.; Oxford; Delta Gamma. • Dianne Business; Hillsboro, Ohio; Alpha Delta Pi. Sixth Row: • Fred David Shanks, Jr., Pharmacy;; • William T. Shannon, Business; New Albany. • Sandy Sheffield, L. A.; Panama Canal Zone; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Robert Owen Shephard, Jr., L. A.; Atlanta, Ga. • James, E. Sherrard, L. A.; Tupelo; Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Eunice Marie Shields, Business; Safford, Ala. • Patricia Suzanne Shirley, Education; Oxford. • Camille R. Shofner, Pharmacy; Isloa. • Bettye Carol Simmons, Education; Wiggins. • Frances Caffey Simmons, L. A.; Clarksdale; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: Lane Singleterry, L. A.; Acworth, Ga.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Kitty Reeve Skeen, L. A.; Clintwood, Va.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Clark H. Smith, Engineering; Ohio; Kappa Sigma. • Frank Charles Smith, Jr., Business; Canal Zone; Phi Kappa Theta. • Jerry Claude Smith, L. A.; Union Church. Ninth Row: • Julie Drew Smith, L. A.; Savannah, Ga.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Kendrick Earl Smith, L. A.; Meridian. • Kenneth 0. Smith, Education; Richton. • Martha Blanche Smith, Educa- tion; Jackson. • Sidney Lamar Smith, L. A.; Gulfport. First Row: • Susan Tilley Smith, L. A.; Vero Beach, Fla.; Kappa Delta. • Vicki Marche Smith, Education; Yazo o City; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Waymon Andrew Smith, Engineering; Jackson, Tenn. • Harley Ann Sneed, Educa- tion; Lafayette Spring. • Edwin Arnold L. A.; Eupora; Sigma Nu. Second Row: • Carmen Sorrells, Pharmacy; Pleasant Grove. • Juel Wood Spiers, Jr., Business; Picayune. • Frederick D. Spratin, Business; Bruce. o Beverly Jean Stalnaker, L. A.; Aberdeen. • Paul Vincent Staudte, Engineer- ings; Washington, D. C.; Delta Psi. Third Row: • Dianna Steigen, Education; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Ronald L. Steinhart, Education; Ireland, Ind. • Bobbie Slay Stephens, Educa- tion; Magee. • Marilyn Dale Stephens, Edu- cation; Oxford. • Gerald Ben Stephenson, Pharmacy; Columbia; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • Carolyn. S. Stevens, Education; Macon. Lawton Terry Stevens, Jr., L. A.; Shreveport, L. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Lee Hudson Still, Education; Batesville. • Colin Leroy Stockdale, Pharmacy; Jackson. • David Lee Stockton, Engineering; Rockville, Md. Fifth Row: • Clyde Michael Stone, Pharmacy; Shannon. • William Charles Stone, L. A.; Haverhill, Mass. • Maurice Stringer, Engineering; Forrest W. Stringfellow, L. A.; • Sue Chat, L. A.; Clarksdale. Sixth Row: • John Herbert Sumners, L. A.; Booneville. • Terry Stephen Swalm, Business; Bookhaven. • Richard Harvey Sweat, Education; Corinth. • Charles Edward Sykes, L. A.; Spring, Md. • Jesse Brooks Taintor, L. A.; Webb. Seventh Row: • Roy Wayne Tate, L. A.; Huntsville, Ala. • Sherry Lane Taylor, Education; Lucedale; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Philip Baird Terney, Busi- ness; Greenville; Sigma Nu. • James Tate Thigpen, L. A.; Picayune; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Elizabeth C. Thompson, Business; Millington, Tenn. Eighth Row: • Fred Henderson Thompson, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Thomas L. Pharmacy; Richmond, Va. • Alice Levy Thorburn, L. A.; Magnolia. • Lee F. Thurner, Engineering; Jacksonville, Fla. • Alan D. Tidwell, Business; Oxford; Sigma Nu. Ninth Row: • Richard Morgan Todd, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert Scott Tomlinson, L. A.; Laurel. • Jack Townes, Jr. Business; Grenada; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Kathryn Ann Townsend, Education; Fulton. • Pascol Townsend, Business; Drew; Beta Theta Pi. First Row: • Eugene Thomas Trahan, Engineering; • Constance W. Tripiette, L. A.; Elkin, N.C. • Gerald D. Tuberville, Business; • Kenneth Irby Tucker, Education; Sardis. • Beverly Marie Tumlinson, L. A.; West Point; Chi Omega. Second Row: • George Randall Tupman, Education; • Jobey Turner, Business; Canal Zone; Phi Kappa Theta. • John Edward Twiehaus, Business; Oxford; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jane Margaret Umlauf, Education; Fairhope, Alabama. • Oliver Lee Upchurch, L. A.; Kosciusko. Third Row: • John August Valentour, Business; Jackson. • Paul E. Van Houten, L. A.; De Valls Bluff, Ark. • Ronald Stewart Vaughan, Busi- ness; Grenada. • Jack Edward Veazey, Busi- ness; Paris, Tenn.; Alpha Tau. Omega. • Michael Joseph Vizio, Business; Cucamonga, Calif. Fourth Row: • Michael Wade, Engineering; Jackson. • Thomas W. Wade, Business; Senatobia. • George Dexter Walcott, Business; Hollandale; Phi Delta Theta. • Gregory Robert Waldo, L. A.; Aurora, Ill.; Sigma Nu. Faye Walker, Education; Cleveland. Fifth Row: • Friend Barney Walker, Business; Phi Delta Theta. Randall Bernard Wall, L. A.; Calhoun City. • Truman Lionel Walton, Education; Newton. • Peggy Ruth Ward, L. A.; Jackson. • Ted Owen Ware, L. A.; Baton Rouge, La.; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: • Janice Kay Warner, L. A.; Laurel. • Katharine Neely Warren, Education; Kappa Delta. • Robet Stephen L. A.; Tampa, Fla.; Alpha Tau Omega. • James Clay Watkins, Business; Oxford. • M. Ann Watkins, L. A.; Inverness. Seventh Row: • Robert Watkins, Business; Waynesboro. • Thomas Watkins, L. A.; Jackson. • Harry Albert Watson, L. A.; Florence. • Nancy Grace Watt, Education; Oxford. • Walter Watters, Pharmacy; Biloxi. Eighth Row: • Trudye Margaret Weaks, Business; Sikeston, Mo.; Delta Delta Delta. • Jimmy Weatherly, Education; Pontotoc. • William Lynn Weathers, Engineering; Columbus. • Carl Leslie Weeden, Education; New Albany. • Betty Loice Welford, L. A.; Oklolona. Ninth Row: • Elmer J. Wells, Pharmacy; Biloxi. • Bobby L. White, Business; Tupelo. • Joseph L. White, Business; Mendelhall. • Marilyn White, Education; Canton; Delta Gamma. • Michael Avon White, Education; Summertown, Tenn. First Row: • Dan E. Wideman, L. A.; Alexandria, Va.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • A. Buford Pharmacy; Yazoo City. • Robert Edward Wilkins, L. A.; Whitehaven, Tenn, • Stirling Bacot Williams, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Bobby Lee Wilson, Business; Pontotoc. Second Row: • Lila Jo Wilson, Education; Kennett, Mo. • Roberta Moore Wilson, Education; Senatobia; Chi Omega. • Suzanne Wilson, Educa- tion; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • W. Roberts Wilson, L. A.; Shelby; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Sally Kate Winters, L. A.; West Point; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Melinda Hamilton Wise, Education; Jonestown; Kappa Delta. • James Wolf, L. A.; Rockaway, N.J. • Helen Margaret Wood, L. A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Jean Wyeth Wood, Business; Brookhaven; Chi Omega. • Johnny Bernard Wright, Pharmacy; Horn Lake; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Marilyn D. Yarber, Education; Belmont. • Larry Yarbrough, Business; Stonewall; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Florian Henry Yoste, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.;; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Donnie Frank Young, Business; Amory. • James Richard Young, Jr., Engineering; Bruce. Fifth Row: • John Richard. Young, L. A.; Coninth; Sigma Nu. • M. Montine Young, Education; Greenwood;; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ralph E. Young, Business; Meridian; Pi. Kappa Alpha. • Michael N. Zalocusky, L. A., Biloxi; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Carl Samuel Zeringue, Business; New Orleans, La. First Row: • James Deloach Abbott, Business; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. • Sidney J. Abdalla, Business; McComb. • Mary Rose Abernethy, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Chester Braswell Adams, L. A.; Antwerp, • David Adams, L. A.; Senatobia; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Second Row: • James Ervin A ddleton, Business; Kappa Alpha. • Jimmy David Pharmacy; Harrisville. • Carol Wayne Akers, Business; Jackson. • James Milton Akers; Pharmacy; Tupelo. • Susan Priscilla Alford, Education; McComb; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Lee Nash Allen, Business; Tupelo. • Frank A. Anderson, Business; Aberdeen. • Sarah Elizabeth Anderson, L. A.; Batesville; Phi Mu. • Stephen S. Andrukiewicz, L. A.; Stephentown, N.Y. • Milton Philip Armor, Business; Amory; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fourth Row: • Larry W. Arnold, Business; Trezevant, Tenn. • Henry Dennis Babers, L. A.; Gainesville, Fla.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Dolly Sue Bailey, Business; Oxford. • James Williams Bailey, L. A.; Kosciusko. • S. Lamar Bailey, L. A.; Kosciusko. Fifth Row: • Victor Glenn Bailey, Engineering; Lambert. • David Michael Baker, L. A.; Webb; Sigma Chi. • James A. Baker, Business; Amory. • Betty Jane Ball, Education; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dwight Nicholas Ball, L. A.; Gulfport. Sixth Row: • Guntis Barenis, L. A.; Greenville. • Stanley Edwin Barger, L. A.; Oxford. • Walter Don Barkley, Business; Charleston. • Buell Johnston Barnett, L. A.; Bay Springs; Sigma Nu. • Jacob Dexter Barr, Business; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Mary Elizabeth Barrett, L. A.; Gulfport; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Larry Spencer L. A.; Gulfport; Beta Theta Pi. • Thomas Bean, Engineering; E. St. Louis, Ill. • Sondra Kathleen. Beaver, Pharmacy; Collierville, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Alice Mae Bellshot, L. A.; Itta Bena; Alpha Pi. Eighth Row: • Charlotte Ann Biglane, Education; • Juanita Billingsley, Education; Senatobia. • Dovie Jane Bishop, L. A.; Laurel. • Bill Edward Blalack, Pharmacy; Natchez. • Mary Irene Boa, Business; Vicksburg. Ninth Row: • Cheryl Bobbitt, Education; Rome; Delta Gamma. • David. Bogan, Business; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Clinton McKellar Bolton, L. A.; Biloxi. • Judi M. Boney, Education; Northfield, N.J.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Victor F. Boone, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. First Row: • Claire Ann Booth, Education; Alexandria, Va. • Jo Claire Borthwick, Education; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Fred Exzell Bourn, Busi- ness; Phi Kappa Psi. • Bettie Margaret Bowen, Engineering; Grenada; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sandra Diane Bowen, L. A.; Ja ckson; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Linda Ann Bowling, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Lorenzo James Boykin, L. A.; University; Kappa Sigma. • Thomas Wendell Boyle, L. A.; Kansas City, Mo.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Judy Kay Boyll, L. A.; M eridian. • Ann L. Bramwell, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Third Row: • Eddie E. Brawley, Engineering; Earle, Ark.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Phillip M. Bray, Business; Pontotoc. • Betty Ruth Brewer, Business; Water Valley. • James Wilson Bridges, En- gineering; Wesson; Delta Psi. • George Wayne Brint, Education; Bolivar, Tenn. Fourth Row: • John J. Brion, L. A.; Miami, Fla. • Mary Elliott Brister, L. A.; Yazoo City; Chi Omega, • Beverly Jean Brooks, Education; Jackson; Phi Mu. • Toni Marie Brooks, L. A.; Las Vegas, Nev. • Claire R. Brophy, L. A.; Greenville. Fifth Row: • James Kenneth Broussard, Education; • Cecil Charles Brown, L. A.; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Douglas Colin Brown, Business; Bruce. • Ernest Eliot Brown, Business; Natchez. • John Alston Brown, L. A.; Enterprise. Sixth Row: • Olie D. Brown, L. A.; Aubrey, Ark.; Sigma Nu. • Suzanne Brown, L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • William Allen Brumbaugh, Busi- ness; Springfield, Va.; Sigma Pi. • Mildred Sara Bryant, Education; Derma. • Gary Velle Buckler, L. A.; Biloxi. Seventh Row: • Barbara Beth Buehl, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William R. Bullard, L. A.; Oxford. • Karen Sue Education; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • John L. Burleson, Business; Hialeah-Palm Springs, Fla. Luci C. Burt, Education; Grenada. Eighth Row: • Keith Shepherd Bush, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Delta Delta. • G. Edward Buxton, L.A.; Dallas, Texas; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Syndey Ann Byrd, L. A.; Hattiesburg. • Willie Frank Calder, Pharmacy; Calhoun • Kathy Caldwell, L. A.; Marks; Kappa Delta. Ninth Row: • Gerald K. Campbell, L. A.; Clearwater, Fla. • Milus, Calvin Campbell, Pharmacy; Stover. • Sherry Louise Canning, Education; Oxford. • Charles H. Caperton, L. A.; Dekalb. • Richard B. Carothers, Business; Paris, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: • Robert Emery Carrington, Business; Byhalia. • Susan Rowe Carruth, Education; Lewisville, Texas; Chi Omega. • Johnny L. Carson, A.; Batesville, Sigma Nu. • Elizabeth Heath Carter, Education; Kennett, Mo.; Delta Gamma. • Jimmy Truett Carter, Pharmacy; Jackson. Second Row: • William Raymond Carter, Education; • Barbara Elise Case, L. A.; Fayette. • Vigi Castleman, Business; Yazoo City; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Lester B. Caston, Education; Liberty. • Don Wood Chancellor, Business; Macon. Third Row: • Laurance N. Chandler, L. A.; Greenwood; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Jerry Chase, L. A.; Philippines. • Gerald W. Chatham, Business; Hernando; Sigma Nu. • Joanne Chenault, L. A.; Dallas, Texas. • John Row Chesteen, Business; Starkville; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: • Dempsey Brooks Chittom, L. A.; Water Valley. • J. Dewitt Christy, Business; Holly Springs; Alpha Tau Omega. • Clarence Church, Business; Weirton, W. Va. • Charlie Luper Clark, Business; Prentiss; Sigma Nu. • Jeptha Clark Clements, Education; Macon. Fifth Row: • Richard Bunton Clinton, Engineering; New Albany; Sigma Nu. • Charles Allen Cobb, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • James Worren Cockrell, Business; Macon. • Patricia Louise Cole, Business; Ft. Worth, Texas; Phi Mu. • Robert Gary Cole, L. A.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sixth Row: • Richard Lee Coleman, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Warner Collier, Education; Tupelo. • Thomas Howard Corner, Business; Booneville; Sigma Nu. • Paul Andrew Conguista, L. A.; Cleveland; Kappa Sigma. • Robert Edward Business; Rueville; Phi Kappa Psi. Seventh Row: • Patricia Dorina Cooke, L. A.; Oxford. Forrest Lamar Cooper, Jr., Business; • Stephan Kitrick Cooper, L. A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Larry Joe L. A.; Jackson. • Robin Owen Cotten, Business; Oxford; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: • Myra Judith Coursey, L. A.; Raleigh. • Robert Owen Covington, Engineering; Key West, Fla. • Frank Lee Cox, Business; Memphis, Tenn. • Sammye Cox, Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Philip Edwin Cranston, L. A.; Leland; Delta Psi. Ninth Row: • Leonard A. Crosby, L. A.; New York, N.Y. • Randy Gary Crumbley, L. A.; Laurel; Sigma Nu. • Victor Henry Cuchens, Jr., Engineering; Defuniak Springs, Fla. • John Lipscomb Dale, Engineering; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Frances Ann Davidson, L. A.; First Row: • Della Davis, Education; Fayette. • James Harvey Davis, L. A.; Louisville; Beta Theta Pi. • Leonard B. Davis, Jr., L. A.; • Sandra Eileen Dediego, L. A.; Tampa, Fla.. • Philip Sanders Delevett, L. A.; Fairfield, Conn. Second Row: • Evelyn Lynn Dement, L. A.; Kenton, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • John Ernest Dement, Business; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Charles Ellis Deming, Business; Bolivar, Tenn.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Walter Micheal Dennis, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Lani Lee Densing, Education; Oxford; Alpha Omicron Pi. Third Row: • Roger Brent Dixon, Business; Tampa, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • S. Carrter Dobbs, Jr., L. A.; Calhoun City; Beta Theta Pi. • William S. Donaldson, Business; Pontotoc. • George Lee Dorrill, L. A.; Carthage; Beta Theta Pi. • Warren Candler Dorsey, Business; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: • Charlotte Ann Dossett, Education; Delta Gamma. • Don Newsom Downer, L. A.; Lexington; Kappa Sigma. • George Dubois, L. A.; Brewster, N. Y.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Nancy Carol Duncan, Educa- tion; Tylertown; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • C. Edward Dunn, Business; Atlanta, Ga.; Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: • Linda Lee Dunn, Education; Grand. Junction, Tenn. • Billie Joyce Earnheart, Educa- tion; Hernando; Phi Mu. • Frances Kay Earthman; Business; Oxford. • Everette John Easley, L. A.; Pace; Alpha Tau Omega. • Betty Joan Edwards, Education; New Madrid, Mo. Sixth Row: • Lewis Daniel Edwards, L. A.; McComb; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William H. Edwards, L. A.; Bruce. • Stephen Marc Ehrlich, L. A.; Tutwiler; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Barbara Jean Ellard, Education; Houston. • Joe T. Elliott, Education; Water Valley. Seventh Row: • Thomas Franklin Elliott, L. A.; Conley, Ga. • Clyde Allen Ellis, L. A.; Lambert. • Nancy Lee Ellis, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jane Ellzey, Education; Magnolia; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Susan Gwend olyn Ellzey, Education; Tylertown; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • James B. Etz, Business; Elmhurst, Ill.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jack Edward Evans, Engineering; Laurel. • John L. Evans, L. A.; Meridian; Delta Psi. • Patricia Ann Evans, Education; Holly Springs. • Thomas C. Evans, Pharmacy; McComb. Ninth Row: • Bill Tucker Ewing, Education;; Longview, Texas. • Joe H. Ezell, Business; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • Margaret Ann Ezell, L. A.; • Margaret Devane Fair, L. A.; Louisville; Delta Delta Delta. • John Booth Farese, L. A.; Ashland. First Row: • Robert Frank Farmigoni, Business; Oxford. • Robert L. Farrar, Jr., A.; Booneville; Sigma Nu. • John P. Fatherree, Engineering; Laurel; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Dana Faulk, Education; Inverness; Delta Gamma. • Tom Lee Faulkner, Education; Meridian; Sigma Pi. Second Row: • Camile Nannette Faure, Education; Flossmoor, Ill.; Delta Gamma. • David Field, L. A.; Hampton, Va. • Karen Elaine Files, L. A.; Jackson. • Laura Frances Finger, L. A.; Ripley; Chi Omega. • Christy Richards Finke, Business; Charleston. Third. Row: • Patricia Ruth Fisher, Education; • Mike Fitzgerald, Business; New Orleans. • Gail Grace Ford, Education; Orlando, Fla.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Tommy Ford, Business; Vicksburg; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Eugene V. Fortinberry, L. A.; Monticello. Fourth Row: • Wilson Jerome Foster Jr., Business; Biloxi. • Ronald Frederick Fowler, Business; Vicksburg. • Jimmy Charles Fox, Engineer- ing; Holly Springs. • Shelley Fraser, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta. • C. French, L. A.; Indianola; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: • William Stewart Garlic, Business; Ind. • Lee Garner, Education; • Onyx Pinkney Garner, L. A.; Hot Springs, Ark.; Si gma Phi Epsilon. • Patricia Lorita Garrett, L. A.; N. Little Rock, Ark.;; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Joseph Edmond Garrison, L. A.; Corinth; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: • Chester Davis Gaslon, L. A.; Scott AFB, Ill. • Charles G. Gates, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • John Overton Gayden, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Douglas Gentry, Business; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jerry Gilder, Engineer- ing; Hattiesburg. Seventh Row: • Rusty Gilley, Business; Booneville. • Mary Jane Gilluly, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • Ellen Sue Ginsberg, Education; Sevampscott, Mass. • Stephen Jordan Glaze, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Ronald Howard Godwin, Engineering; Madeira, Ohio. Eighth Row: • Thomas W. Goldman, L. A.; Meridian. • Barbara Jessie Gorin, Education; Winnetka, Ill. • John H. Gower, L. A.; Bloomfield, N.J. • Raymer Graeber, Engineering; Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • George Gragson, L. A.; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Karen Anne Graham, Education; Gulfport; Kappa Delta. • Christopher Ray Green, L. A.; Gulfport; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • George W. Green, L. A.; Benoit. • Sharon Hall Green, L. A.; Miami, Fla.; Alpha Pi. • William Scott Greenwell, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. First Row: • Alfred Walter Greer, Business; Jackson; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sedgie Ford Griffith, L. A.; Columbia; Pi Kappa Alpha. • David B. Grishman, L. A.; Biloxi. • Clinton Julian Grubbs, L. A.; Tylertown. • Deitra Elaine Grubbs, Education; Elizabeth, N.J.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: • Claude Tully Hall, Business; Memphis. Roberta Mae Halliday, Education; Wilmette, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Annabelle Hamachek, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Kathy Hamberlin, L. A.; Greensburg, La.; Kappa Delta. • James D. T. Hamilton, Engineering; Meridian. Fifth Row: • James Edwin. Hamilton Jr., Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Julia Sullivan Hamilton, L. A.; Greenwood; Delta Gamma. • Sarah Janet Hamilton, Edu- cation; New Albany; Chi Omega. • Keene Gwynn Hammond, Business; Mobile, Ala.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Sara Jane Hammond, L A.; Memphis, Tenn. Fourth Row: • John Lee Hargraves, Engineering; Helena, Ark. • Barbara Jeanne Harmon, L. A.; Delta Gamma. • Addie Elizabeth Harper, L. A.; Pensacola, Fla.; Kappa Kappa Gamma, • John Wyatt Harper, L. A.; • Rebecca Sue Harrell, Phamacy; Fifth Row: • Barbara Ann Harris, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • John Robert Harris, Business; Bentonia. • Ronald Douglas Harris, L. A.; Steele, Mo. • John Carl Harrison, L. A.; Florence. • Jean Alice Hartley, Education; Jackson. Sixth Row: • Scott Garner Hasler, Jr. , L. A.; Timonium, Md. • James Orville Hawkins, L. A.; Sigma Nu. • Edwin F. Hayman, Busi- ness; Amory; Phi Delta Theta. • Cheryl Anne Haynie, Education; Mississippi City; Kappa Delta. • Homer Brooks Heard, L. A.; Seventh Row: • James Thomas Hedgepeth, Engineering; Jackson. • Betty Ann Hellums, Pharmacy; Oxford. • Anna Evellyn Hemer, L. A.; Phi Mu. • Judy Lee Hemphill, Educa- tion; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Handley Lamar Henderson, Engineering; Washington, D.C. Eighth Row: • Pamela Jean Henderson, Business; Marvell, Ark. • Betsy Harper Henrich, L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • James Ray L. A.; Newton; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Michael Herrington, Pharmacy; Olive Branch; Sigma Nu. • Susan Patricia Heyward, Edu- cation; Bogalusa, La.; Pi Beta Phi. Ninth Row: • Dixie Elise Hickman, L. A.; Brookhaven; Kappa Delta. • John M. Higginbotham, L. A.; Houston, Texas. • Eddie Joe Hill, Business; Natchez. • Mary Virginia Hill, L. A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Stanley Chatham Hindman, L. A.; Newton; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Max Davis Hipp, L. A.; Oxford. • Margaret Ann Hobart, Education; Jackson. • William Clark Hodges, L. A.; Bethesda, Md. • Lloyd Eades Hogue, L. A.; Benoi t; Phi Kappa Psi. Lawrence Hollis, Business; Carthage; Sigma Nu. Second Row: Linder Hollowell, Business; Oxford. • Marian D. Holman, Engineering; University. • William Madison Hope, Business; Macon, Ga.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sandra Kay Houston, Education; Booneville; Delta Delta Delta. • John William Hovious, L. A.; Third Row: • James Milton Howell, L. A.; Tupelo. • Karla Kaye Hubbard, Education; Moberly, Missouri; Alpha Delta Pi. • Frankie Wearon Huckaby, Engineering; Toccoa, Ga. • J. Knox Huff, Business; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Becky Ann Hughes, Business; Savannah, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: • Mimi Hummel, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ulric Leroy Hupp, L. A.; Baltimore, Md. • Richard A. Hutchins, Annapolis, Md.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Lou Hyde, Business; Ocean Springs; Phi Mu. • Douglas Wayne Ingram, L. A.; Greenville. Fifth Row: • Marilyn Ruth Ingram, L.A.; Richton. • Mildred Anne Ingram, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Cade Ingram, Business; Stuttgart, Ark. • Braxter Pleasant Irby, Pharmacy; Grenada; Sigma Chi. • Richard. Jeter, L.A.; Kansas City, Mo. Sixth Row: • Patricia Jobe, L. A.; Corinth. • William Joe, Pharmacy; Rolling Fork. • Rosemary Johnson, L. A.; Gainesville, Fla.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ann Bourdeaux Jones, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Donald Drummond Jones, Business; McComb; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Harris Webster Jones, Jr. Business; • James H. Jones, L. A.; Brandon. • Jennifer Jones, L. A.; San Antonio, Texas. • Margaret Elizabeth Jones, L. A.; Waynesboro; Delta Delta Delta. • Sharon. Anne Jones, Pharmacy; Hartsville, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Eighth Row: • Thomas Crawford Jones, Business; Boyle. • Charles S. Jordan, Engineering; Columbia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Hilliard Earl Jordan, Jr., L. A.; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. • Judy Kay Judge, Education; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Jessie Jue, Pharmacy; Clarksdale. Ninth Row: • Lilly Faye Jue, Business; Ind ianola. • Susan Kees, L. A.; Magee; Kappa Delta. • Morris J. Keesee, Business; Lula. • Kenneth Wayne Kelso, Business; Tupelo. • Carolyn Reddoch Kerr, L. A.; Gulfport; Chi Omega. First Row: • Elizabeth Anne Kersting, Education; Dallas, Texas; Kappa Kappa. Gamma. • Ann Killingsworth, Education; Port Arthur, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Phyl Jane Kimball, L. A.; Raymond; Kappa Delta. • Hallie E. Kimbrough, L. A.; Morgan City; Delta Delta Delta. • George M. Kinard, Business; Second Row: • John M. Kinard, Business; Oxford; Sigma Chi. • Virginia Carol Kincaid, L. A.; Tenn., Alpha Omicron Pi. • Patricia Elizabeth King, L. A.; McKenzie, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Karen Dean Kipp, L. A.; Dallas, Texas; Delta Delta Delta. • Larry Dale Kirk, Engineering; Bentonia. • Judith Hall Klaus, Business; Macon; Delta Gamma. Third Row: • George W. Kleier, Business; Walls. • Gertrude Louise Klenner, L. A.; Reidsville, N.C.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Henry Blue Kline, L. A.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma. • Susan Elisabeth Knight, L. A.; University. Fourth Row: • John D. Krause, Engineering; Arlington Hts., Ill.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Carol 0. Krug, Business; Lyon. • Sarah Kay Lacy, L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Julia Mayfield Education; Grenada. • Bobby Bennett Lantrip, Engineering; Pittsboro. Fifth Row: • Lucie Ellen Larson, L. A.; Birmingham, Ala.; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary A. Lee, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Ronald Wayne Lee, L. A.; West Hempstead, N.Y. • George H. Lester, L. A,; Batesville; Signa Nu. • Horace Baxter Lester, Jr., Engineering; Jackson; Sigma Chi. Sixth Row: • Ocie Vernon Lewis, L. A.; Picayune, Sigma Pi. • Robert C. Lewis, L. A.; Monroe, La.; Sigma Nu. • Loydale Griffin Ligon, Business; Clarksdale; Pi Beta Phi. • George E. Liles, Engineering; Bruce. • Ralph B. Lilja, Busi- ness; Miami, Fla. Seventh Row: • Marie McCabe Lipscomb, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Charlotte Ann Lister, L. A.; Baton Rouge, L. A. • Jeanne Gail Livingston, L. A.; Kappa Delta. • Diana Carolyn Lizana, L. A.; Gulfport. • Harvey M. Lofton, Pharm- acy; Woodville. Eighth Row: • John Tillman Lomax, L. A.; Waynesboro; Alpha Tau Omega. • Marylyn Ann Long, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Beta Phi. • Amelia Loper, L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Robert Parker Lorentz, L. A.; Des Plaines, Ill.; Phi Delta Theta. • Joseph Edward Lotterhos, Business; Crystal Springs; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • James Sanford Love, Business; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Jon Bartlett Love, Busi- ness; Tupelo. • Bill Carr Lowrance, L. A.; New Albany. • Mary Judy Lowry, Education; Corinth. Tommy Junior Luke, Education; Louisville. First Row: • Glenn Louis Lusk, Business; Muldraugh, Ky. • Russell Ray Lyle, L. A.; Batesvtille. • Leonard McAfee, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • James Leo McArthur, Business; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Marjorie E. McCarson, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: • Henry Eugene McCaslin, Business; Rosedale; Phi Delta Theta. • Jacquelyn McClure, Education; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Grady Lynn McCool, Business; Jackson; Phi Delta • Dorsey H. McCoy, Business; Water Valley. • Michael. James McElhaney, En- gineering; Hattiesburg; Sigma Nu. Third Row: • Marianne McElroy, L. A.; Selfridge AFB, Mich.; Pi Beta Phi. • Connie Cross Engineering; Falkner. • Mac McGee, L. A.; Jackson. • Kay Frances McGehee, L. A.; Magnolia; Kappa Delta. • Bertha Mcllwain, Engineering; Alexandria, Va.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: • Milton Lane McKellar, Business; Kappa Sigma. • Georgia McKenzie, L. A.; Little Rock, Ark.; Kappa Delta. • Dorothy Carole McKeown, L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Dana Clifton McKibben, Busi- ness; Bruce. • Robert Victor McKinstry, L. A.; Dade City, Fla. Fifth Row: • James G. McLaughlin, Engineering; Oxford • James Turner McMahan, Business; Corinth. • Donald McNell ey, L. A.; N. Palm Beach, Fla.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • James McPoland, Business; Ocean Springs. • Marvin E. McQueen, Business; Macon, Tenn. Sixth Row: • Charles Robert McRae, Engineering; Miami, Fla.; Sigma Nu. • Donald. Grant MacDonald, L. A.; Baird, Texas. • Charles Maddox, En- gineering; Hyattsville, Md.; Sigma Pi. • Wendy Jayne Maddock, Education; Macon. • James Robert Madson, L. A.; Tucson, Arizona, Seventh Row: • Joseph Mallini, L. A.; Mobile, Ala. • Charles Hays Mallory, Business; Meridian. • George Manifold, L. A.; University; Alpha Tau Omega. • Frank A. Marchant, Business; Natchez; Kappa Alpha. • Jerry Lafayette Marlar, Engineering; Oak Ridge, Tenn. Eighth Row: • Judy Marlowe, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Beta Phi. • Wilton Marsalis, L. A.; Columbus. • George Gilmore Martin, L. A.; Vicksburg. • James Leland Martin, Business; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Nancy Mason, L. A.; Ninth Row: • Francis E. Maule, L. A.; Norfolk, Va. Manelle P, Murras, L. A.; Ft. Smith, Ark.; Beta Phi. • John C. Maxwell, L. A.; Pickens; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sylvia Lee Mayfield, Edu- cation; Oxford. • John Henry Maynard, Busi- ness; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • Richard Curtis Mellon, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charles Davis Miles, L. A.; Columbus. • Ivan Ernest Miles, L. A.; Starkville; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Carol Ann Miller, L. A.; Quitman. • Clair H. Miller, Business; Bridgeton, N.J. Second Row: • Elvin Wayne Mills, Pharmacy; Laurel; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Wilmer R. Mills, L. A.; Zachary, La.; Kappa Sigma. • Charles Roy Mitchell, L. A.; Batesville. • Rebecca Dianne Mize, L. A.; Oxford. • Joseph Thomas Business; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Mary Read Montgomery, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Gid Montjoy, Busi- ness; Greenwood; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert S. Montjoy, L. A.; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. • Mary Pat Mooney, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Barbara Kay Moore, L. A.; Calhoun City. Fourth Row: • Billy G. Moore, Engineering; Lakewood, Calif. • George McFaddyen Moore, Business; Senatobia; Kappa Sigma. • Marjorie Anne Moore, Education; Rosedale; Chi Omega. • Bettye Jean Morgan, Education; Bruce. • L. James Morgan, L. A.; Miami, Fla.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: • Boyd Ralsa Morley, L. A.; Cedartown, Ga.; Sigma Pi. • William E. Moroni, L. A.; Mo. • John W. Morris, L. A.; Greenwood; Beta Theta Pi. • Thomas Hanley Morris, Pharmacy; Laurel; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John Phillip Morrow, Engineering; Gulfport. Sixth Row: • Mary Joleen Moss, Education; Greenville, S.C. • Sheila K. Mullendore, L. A.; Sheffield, Ala. • Margaret Jane Mullins, Pharmacy; Meadville. • Faye Murfee, L. A.; Biloxi; Phi Mu. • Thomas Beatty Murphree, L. A.; Seminary; Sigma Chi. Seventh Row: • Margaret Dianne Naff, L. A.; Birmingham, Ala. • Janice Colguitt Neill, L. A.; Leland; Alpha Delta Pi. • Charles Merritte Nelms, Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ted C. Neuweiler, Business; Miami Shores, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • Jerry Newcomb, L. A.; Blue Mountain. Eighth Row: • Buddy Raymond Nicholas, L. A.; McComb; Sigma Nu. • John W. Noble, L. A.; Fayette; Kappa Alpha. • Michael Towner Neble, L. A.; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Lewis Earle Nolan, L. A.; Sacramento, Calif. • Chuck Norman, Business; Crystal. Springs; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Thomas Calvin Null, Business; Meridian. • Tab Ogden, Education; Mobile, Ala.; Chi Omega. • Robert Osborn, Business; Culver, Ind. • William Ostrander, L. A.; Waukegan, Ill. • Norman Franklin Palmer, L. A.; Travis AFB, Calif.; Phi Kappa Psi. First Row: • Patricia Olivia Palmer, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Robert Elam Parker, Business; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • James Thomas Patterson, L. A.; Washington, D. C. • Charles Patton, Business; Jackson. • Marian Joyce Peacock, Education; Oxford. Second Row: • Earl Eugene Pearson, Jr., Business; • James Alton Peden, L. A.; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. • Jack Lee Pedersen, En- gineering; Warren, P a. • Melissa Ann Education; Covington, La.; Chi Omega. • Jon Griffin Pennebaker, Education; Edwards. Third Row: • Joseph A. Perrault, Business; Metairie, La.; Kappa Sigma. • William Clinton Peterson, Engineering; Dade City, Fla. • Gary Keith Pettigrew, Business; Houston, Texas. • Robert Leslie Pettit, Business; Jacksonville, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • Morris C. Phillips, Bus- iness; Carthage. Fourth Row: • Sam H. Phillips, Business; Fort Smith, Ark.; Phi Delta Theta. • Weldon Patrick Phillips, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • Rosemary Pierce, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Glenn Paul Poiencot, En- gineering; Houma, La. • Johnny Mellow Portera, L. A.; West Point. Fifth Row: • Lewis Eddins Powell, Business; Dundee. • Hubert Powell Prewett, Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • James Edwin Price, Jr., Business; Amory; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Malcolm B. Price, Business; Baton Rouge, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Tanya Jane Prichard, L. A.; Meadville; Apha Delta Pi. Sixth Row: • George Prince, Engineering; Natchez. • Dixon L. Pyles, L. A.; Jackson. • Faye Quick, Business; Florence, Ala. • Terry Radcliffe, Engineering; Jackson. • Jacqueline R. Ramsey, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: • Glenda Rawson, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Jonell Ray, L. A.; Leachville, Ark. • Mary Ann Ray, L. A.; Tupelo. • Susan Jane Reilly, Education; Shorewood, Wisc. • J. Richard Reuter, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Beta Theta Pi. Eighth. Row: • John. Oren Rhodes, Pharmacy; Houston; Phi Kappa Psi. • Lent Irwin Rice, Business; Sumner; Sigma Chi. • Johnny A. Education;; Pelahatchie. • Thomas Richardson, Business; Kosciusko. • Joseph Ring, Business; Natchez; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Nancy Hill Roberson, L. A.; Lyon. • E. Robertson, Engineering, Merigold. • Jimmy Burrell Robinson, Business; Jackson. • Sharon Eyleen Robinson, L. A.; Picayune; Phi Mu. • William Henry Robinson, Business; Escatawpa. First Row: • William B. Rochelle, L. A.; Ripley, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Rosanne Rogers, L. A.; Newport, Ark. • Peter Rosato, L. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Wendell Joseph Rose, Pharmacy; Bruce. • Sandra Elizabeth Ross, Business; Clarksdale; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Gail Frances Rothchild, Education; Oxford. • Danny W. Roy, Business; Oxford. • Brenda Lynn Rush, L. A.; Hialeah, Fla. • Ronald Truett Russell, Business; Bay St. Louis; Kappa Sigma. • Ruth Ann Rutherford, Edu- cation; Arlington, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Third. Row: • Kenneth Verne Ryland, L. A.; Caldwell, Kan. • Sallie Lynn Samons, Education; Joiner, Ark. • John Ray Sartin, L. A.; Kappa Sigma. • Nancy Elaine L. A.; Newport News, Va. • John Schaffer, Jr., Engineering; Vicksburg; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • Edwin C. Schmittschmitt, Business; Chicago, Ill.; Phi Kappa Theta. • Frederick C. Schramm, Business; Jacksonville, Fla.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Spencer Louis Schreiter, L. A.; Jackson. • John Thomas Schwent, L. A.; Helena, Ark.; Beta Theta Pi. • Elizabeth Lee Scott, L. A.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: • Mary Duran Scott, L. A.; Brandon, Fla.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Robert Pickett Scruggs, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert Emmet Seibels, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Frances Seu, Education; Greenville. • Timothy Dale Show, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Sixth Row: • Lawson Everett Sheldon, Engineering; Avon; Kappa Alpha. • Thomas E. Shelton, Business; Marks; Phi Delta Theta. • Suzi Shepherd, L. A.; Casper, Wyoming. • Robert Sherman, Engineering; Fla. • Judy L. Sherrill, Business; McComb; Phi Mu. Seventh Row: • Ronald Nelson Shinault, Business; Somerville, Tenn. • Bernard Loring Shipp, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Cleta Shirley, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Jo Anne L. A.; Indianola; Chi Omega. • Samuel Shoemake, Business; Water Valley. Eighth. Row: • Allison Powell Shoemaker, Engineering; Biloxi. • Susan Shoemaker, Education; Meridian. • James Larry Shows, Education; Mendenhall. • Jonnie Faye Shumpert, L. A.; Houston. • Linda Dianne Simmons, Educa- tion; Toccopola. Ninth Row: • Sandra Marie Simmons, Business; Nashville, Tennessee. • Catherine Simpson, L. A.; Houston; Delta Gamma. • Julia Toy L. A.; Shaw; Kappa Delta. • Anne Smith, L. A.; Greenwood; Delta Delta Delta. • Ben Alan Smith, Business; Oxford. First Row: • Bernie Lynne Smith, Business, Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. • Clinton Alexander Smith, Engineering; Columbia, Ala. • Dolores Smith, L. A.; McComb. • James R. Smith, L. A.; Arthur, Ill.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Allen Smith, L. A.; Heidelberg; Sigma Nu. Second Row: • Tom Em erson Smith, Business; Kansas City, Mo.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William S. Smithson, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • E. Sneed, Business; Thaxton. • Sharon Ruth Snider, Business; Sarah. • James D. Stahlman, Business; Natchez; Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: • Richard. Lawrence Stalvey, Business; Albany, Ga. • Richard V. Stampley, Pharmacy; Olive Branch. • Linda Lee Stanfill, L. A.; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Fred Edwin Jr., Education; Shubuta. • Linda Ann Steele, Education; Tutwiler. Fourth Row: • Edward Arnold Steward, L. A.; Hernando. • Buddy MacArthur Stewart, Business; • Dianne S. Still, L. A.; Blytheville, Ark.; Delta Delta Delta. • Linda Diane Stone, Business; Chatham; Zeta Ta u Alpha. • Linda Lucretia Stone, Education; Union City, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: • John B. Storment, L. A.; Iuka. • Barbara Straub, L. A.; Pensacola, Fla.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Drennon Strawbridge, Engineer- ing; Pontotoc, • T. Kathleen Stribling, Edu- cation; Bruce. • Gerald M. Stubblefield, En- gineering; Fulton. Sixth Row: • Marjorie Alice Sullivan, L. A.; Eau Claire, Wisc.; Delta Delta Delta. • Anne Lewis L. A.; Atlanta, Ga.; Chi Omega. • Mary Jo Summers, L. A.; Nesbit; Phi Mu. • Lynda Cheryl Sumrall, L. A.; Sumrall. • Charlotte Ann. Taintor, Business; Webb. Seventh Row: • Elizabeth Dale Taylor, Education; Verona; Phi Mu. • Gary Buchanan Taylor, Business; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • John Pierce L. A.; Seattle, Wash. • Rebecca Lynn Taylor, Education; Baton Rouge, La. • L. Thaxton, L. A.; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. Eighth. Row: • Michael John Thole, L. A.; Smithtown, N.Y.; Sigma Pi. • Carol Susan Thomas, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Dick Ramsay Thomas, Business; Senatobia; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Eleanor Thompson, L. A.; Starkville; Chi Omega. • Joe Lawrence Thompson, Pharmacy; Laurel; Pi Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Joseph Robert Thompson, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Kay Thompson, Business; Holly Springs; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Larry Thompson, Business; Clarksdale; Kappa Sigma. • Vance McLean Thompson, Educa- tion; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • Bob Conlee Thorne, L. A.; Trenton, Term.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • Mar Jo Thornton, Education; England, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Rusty Thornton, Pharmacy; Oxford. • Mitchell M. Thrower, Business; Tampa, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • John Ronald Tillman, Business; Crystal Springs. • John Braxton. Todaro, Engineering; Biloxi. Second Row: • Anne Becket Tomlinson, L. A.; Laurel; Chi Omega. • John Jager Tomlinson, En- gineering; Laurel; Kappa Alpha. • Lola Paulind Trainor, Business; Marks. • Joan Travers, Business; Bethesda, Maryland; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ester Marie Tripp, L. A.; Oxford. Third Row: • Patricia Ann Turkla, L. A.; Atlanta, • Frank Turnage, Jr., L. A.; Prentiss. • Douglas Dwight Turner, Pharmacy; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. • John Hozie Turner, Jr., Busi- ness; Jackson. • Susan Katherine Tutor, Pharmacy; Meridian; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: • Linda Antoinette Tuyt, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Delta Pi. • Harrol W. Umfress, Pharm- acy; Pontotoc. • Aleita Louise Upchurch, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Donald L. Engineering; Little Rock, • Silvia Valdivieso, L. A.; Cochabamba, Bolivia. Fifth Row: • Pamela Vaughn, L. A.; Hinsdale, Ill.; Pi Beta Phi. • David Venn, Engineering; Detroit, Michigan. • John William Vestal, Business; Prospect Hts., Ill. • David Ray Vickery, Busi- ness; Houston. • Lynn Elaine Wagner, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixth Row: • David Steven Walker, Business; Sigma Nu. • Jimmie Rieves Walker, Business; Marion, Ark. • Jimmie Sue Walker, Buiness; Oxford. • Mary Gail Walker, Edu- cation; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Mary Lynn Wall, Education; Miami Shores, Fla.; Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: • Robert M. Wall. L. A.; Jackson. • Douglas C. Waller, Engineering; Oxford. • Samuel Wayne Waller, Pharmacy; Oxford. • Tommy Halton Walman, L. A.; McComb; Sigma Nu. • Jane Elizabeth Ward, Education; Jackson; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • Gerald Wayne Warfield, Business; Gulfport. • Emily Anne Warren, L. A.; Louisville, Ky.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Bobby Frank Weatherly, Business; Clinton; Pi Kappa Alpha. • V. L. Weathersby, L. A.; McComb; Beta Theta Pi. • Nick Alan Webb, L. A.; Oxford. Ninth Row: • Carla Lee Weesner, Education; Miami Shores, Fla. • Judith Welden, L. A.; Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Davi d Kent Wells, Business; Madisonville, Ky.; • Jan Elizabeth Wells, Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Sandra Kay Welsh, L. A.; Toomsuba. First Row: • Rebecca Ann Westbrook, Education; Charleston. • James. H. Wheeler, Business; Marion, Ark.; Sigma Nu. • Alvie F. White, Education; Oxford. • Barbara Kaye White, L. A.; State Line. • Bonnie Kay White, Edu- cation; Oxford. Second Row: • Donald A. White, Business; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Eddie Pounds White, L. A.; Boonville; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jesse Lamar White, L. A.; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. • Susan Carol White, L. A.; Holly Springs. • Wallace Grant Whiten, Pharmacy; Toccoa, Ga., Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Bruce Whyte, L. A.; Oliverea, N.Y.; Sigma Pi. • Richard Davis Wilcox, L. A.; Laurel; Sigma Nu. • Jean Lee Wiley, L. A.; Phi Mu. • Judy Ann Williams, L. A.; Brookhaven; Delta Delta Delta. • Kathy Williams, L. A.; Grenada. Fourth Row: • Kay Williams, L. A.; Grenada. • Lennie Diane Williams, Business; Brookhaven; Phi Mu. • M. Faye Williams, L. A.; Ackerman. • Seth Ward Williams, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Psi. • Douglas N. Wills, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Fifth Row: • Becky Leigh Wilson, L. A.; Hopkinsville, Ky.; Delta Gamma. • David Benjamin L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Edward R. Wilson, L. A.; Sardis; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James R. Wilson, Business; Tampa, Fla.; Kappa Alpha. • Martin Bernard Wilson, En- gineering; Pennsauken, N.J. Sixth Row: • Carole Ann Wislocki, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • Fred G. Womack, Edu- cation; Magee. • Michael Lloyd Womack, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Phi Kappa Psi. • Pamela Jane Womack, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • James A. Wood, Business; Jackson. Seventh Row: • Middleton Wootten, L. A.; Pass Christian. • Frank A. Worner, L. A.; Rochester, N. Y.; Sigma Pi. • Susan Bourland Wright, L. A.; Amory; Phi Mu. • Allen Richard Yates, L. A.; Shelby; Phi Delta Theta. • James W. Yawn, Education; Bogue, Chitto. Eighth Row: • Dwight L. Young, Business; Oxford. • Frances Young, L. A.; Tupelo. • Paul Younghans, Business; Mountainside, N.J.; Phi Kappa Theta. First Row: • Frank Brian Abdo, L. A.; Leland. • Alice Kay Abernethy, L. A.; Okolona; Chi Omega. • Katherine Ann Abraham, L. A.; Vicksburg; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Judith Ann Adams, Busi- ness; Oxford; Delta Delta Delta. • William Mangum Aden, L. A.; Indianola; Phi Delta Theta. Second Row: • Jane A. Alexander, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Virginia Alexander, Education; Columbus, Ohio. • Ghill Fosta Allen, Busi- ness; Cleveland. • Joan. Claire Allen, Edu- cation; Winona; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Mary Douglas Allen, L. A.; Canton; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Robert Johnson Allen, Business; Belmont; Pi Kappa Alpha. • William Ragan Allen, Business; Tupelo; Sigma Nu. • George Alliston, Pharmacy; Florence. • Frank Andrew Anderson, Engineering; Oxford. • • Polly Chambers Anderson; Gloster, Miss.; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: • William Fenton An derson, Business; Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Dalton L. A.; Tupelo. • Laurie Knox L. A.; Greenville; Kappa Delta. • Phillip Lynn Anthony, Pharmacy; Ala.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John Frank Arnett, L. A.; Oxford. Fifth Row: • John Wesley Arnold, L. A.; Grenada; Sigma Chi. • Edna Sue Atkinson, L. A.; Batesville. • William E. Atkinson, L. A.; Pickens; Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Lee Aust, L. A.; Macon; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • John Roger Austin, L. A.; Coldwater. Sixth Row: • Larry Liddell Austin, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Tunell Backlund, L. A.; Waveland. • Martha Jean Bailey; Steele, Mo. • Michael Mathias Baier, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Lynda Sharon Ballard, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Seventh Row: • Martha Carol Ballard, L. A.; Tupelo; Phi Mu. • Diana June Barger, L. A.; Tupelo; Phi Mu. • Katherine Naomi B arlow, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Terrell W. Barlow, Engineering; Petal. • John William Barrett, L. A.; Lexington; Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: • Robert Barton, Raymond, Miss. • Samuel Lyle Bates, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Wirt Adams Beard, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • William E. Bearden, Engineering; Columbus; Sigma Chi. • Robert Lloyd Beasley, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Phyllis Janice Beckwith, L. A.; Carrollton. • Maty Bee, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Ramelle Eason Bell, L. A.; Hernando; Delta Delta Delta. • Charlie William Benn, Jr., Engineering; Carthage. • Joe Eddins Benson, Business; Marks; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First Row: • Frank Berry, Business; Corinth; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Carolyn Ann Billings, Education; Greenwood; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Harriet Nelson Binford, Education; Tupelo. • Lee Bishop, L. A.; West Point; Delta Gamma. • Lois Jean Bloch, L. A.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Second Row: • William Henry Bobbs, Pharmacy; Anward; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • James Pennington Borden, Engineering; Ocean Springs. • Larry Glenn Bourland, L. A.; Manila, Ark. • Walter Bowen, Engineering; Pontotoc. • David Maurice Boyd, L. A.; Jackson. Third Row: • Joe Alister Brady, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Wesley Ellis Branch, L. A.; Shelby; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Frank Bratt, L. A.; Moss James Thompson Breland, Business; Jackson. • Wanda Jean Brewer, Business; Oxford. Fourth Row: • Barry Wilson Bridgforth, L. A.; Nesbit; Sigma Nu. • Sandra Ann Brook, Education; Lafayette, Louisiana. • Linda Jo Brown, L. A.; Bruce. • Virginia Brown, Education; Jackson. • Margaret Olivia Browne, Busi- ness; Oxford. Fifth Row: • George Henry Brunson, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Pi. • Scott Collins Buffaloe, L. A.; Oxford. • Joel William Bunkley, L. A.; Oxford. • John Scott Burke, Business; Jackson. • Marcia Carolyn Burnette, L. A.; Bruce. Sixth Row: • Rebecca Bedon Burress, L. A.; Corinth; Phi Mu. • Gale McCall Butler, Business; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Bonita L. A.; Pascagoula; Chi Omega. • Patty Anne Byrd, Business; Bronx, New York. • Clythia Louise Cain, Education; Canton. Seventh Row: • Albert Eugene Cairns, L. A.; University. • Ralph F. Cameron, Engineering; Collins. • Alexis T. Canale, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Norman Alexander Cannady, Business; Meridian; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Delores Bird Carpenter, L. A.; New Albany. Eighth Row: • Philip James Carrey, L. A.; Welland, Ontario, Canada; Phi Kappa Theta. • Carol Ann Carrington, L. A.; West Memphis, Ark.; Omicron Pi. • Carolyn L. Carrington, Education; Collierville, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • Dorothy Carter, Education; Hattiesburg. • Elizabeth C. Carter, Business; Senatobia; Delta Delta Delta. Ninth Row: • Carol Evelyn Cassidy, Education; Bogalusa, La.; Phi Mu. • James Leroy Catt, Jr., Busi- ness; Monticello. • John Douglas Caulfield, L. A.; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Mary Theresa Chambers, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Alma Carole Chase, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. First Row: • Reuben L. Chrestman, L. A.; Helena, Ark. • Patricia Diane Christman, Business; • Sandra Lynn Chusty, Education; Jackson. • Ann Carol Clark, L. A.; Kappa Delta. • Barbara Ruth Clark, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Second Row: • Harold Nowlin Clark, Business; West Point; Phi Delta Theta. • Karen Lynne Clifford, L. A.; Houston, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Donna Kaye Cline, L. A.; Sheffield, Ala. • David Louis Cobb, Business; Stuttgart, Ark.; Sigma Nu. • Judy Carolyn Cobb, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Lawrence M. Coco, Business; Alexandria, La. • Edwin Tharp Cofer, L. A.; Water • James Jerry Coleman, Jr., Business; Gulfport; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Judith Ann Colvin, L. A.; Greenwood; Kappa Delta. • Lora Cynthia Cook, Education; Inverness. Fourth Row: • Frances Amelia Cooke, L. A.; Grenada; Delta Delta Delta. • Michael Dale Cooke, L. A.; Tupelo; Phi Delta Theta. • Virginia Ann Cooper, Business; Findlay, Ohio; Phi Mu. Alton Corban, Pharmacy; Bogue Chitto. • Beverly Leigh Cory, L. A.; Shreveport, La.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Fifth Row: • Tom A. Cothran, L. A.; Lexington. • Linda Lee Cotner, Education; Proctor, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Clara Dean Cox, Education; Charleston. • Martha Ann Cox, Education; Bentonia; Chi Omega. • Benjamin L. Crawford, L. A.; Tylertown. Sixth Row: • Peggy Ann Cresswell, Education; Satartia. • Rayner Jeanne Cromwell, L. A.; Delta Gamma. • Liz V. Crowder, L. A.; Hot Springs, Ark. • Larry Lamont L. A.; Louisville; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jane Catherine Custy, L. A.; University. Seventh Row: • Mark B. Dabbs, Business; Meridian; Kappa Sigma. • Daney Adeline Daniel, L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Martha Jane Daughton, L. A.; Oxford. • Brenda. Beth Davis, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Erma Jayne Davis, L. A.; Houston. Eighth Row: • Sid D. Davis, Business; Medenhall. • S. Sue Davis, Education; Memphis, Tennessee; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert Arthur Engineering; Hattiesburg. • William Henry Deterly, L. A.; Natchez; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Dianne Mann Dewees, L. A.; Madison; Chi Omega. Ninth Row: • Roy 0. Dewelles, Business; Pass Christian; Beta Theta Pi. • Dalton Evan Diamond, L. A.; Sardis. • Gregory Oliver Doiron, Business; Vicksburg. • Barbara Kay Dorich, Business; Waveland. • Anita Kathryn Dossett, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. First Row: • Sally Ann Dougherty, L. A.; Coldwater. • Dennis Albert Doyle, L. A.; Woodbridge, Va.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Lawrence Morgan Dudley, Business; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Douglas R. Duke, L. A.; Natchez; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James David Duncan, En- gineering; Oxford. Second Row: • Lois Jean Dunmire, L. A.; Windber, Pa. • Martha McCurley Dunn, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Vickie Elizabeth Dycus, L. A.; Smithland, Ky.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Arnold Douglas Dyre, Pharmacy; Grenada; Pi Kappa Alpha. • James Donald Eastland, L. A.; Meridian, Third Row: • Brenda Sue Eaton, L. A.; Sumrall; Chi Omega. • Frederick E. Edmondson, Phar- macy; Vardaman. • James Carlton Elkins, L. A.; Albany, Ga. • James A. Elliot, En- gineering; Holly Springs. • Judy Carol Education; Crowder; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • Marylyn Page Ellis, L. A.; Huntsville, Ala.; Chi Omega. • Carl S, Erichsen, L. A.; Moss Point. • Franklin G. Eubanks, L. A.; • Helen Ruth Eubanks, L. A.; Joiner, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Keren Ellen Everett, L. A.; Greenwood; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: • Eugene Love Fair, L. A.; Louisville; Phi Delta Theta. • Beverly Fairchild, Education; Crowell, Texas. • Connie Ann Favret, L. A.; Ocean Springs; Phi Mu. • Nathan Donald Feibelman, L. A.; Vicksburg; Sigma Chi. • Ned Arnold Feltenstein, Business; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: • Nancy Lynn Fenstermacher, L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Margaret Ferguson, L. A.; Jackson. • Rebecca Education; Dewitt, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Edward C. Fisackerly, Business; Pascagoula. • Rita Joy Fitchett, L. A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh Row: • Martha Mandy Flanagan, Education; Charleston, Ark. • Bonnie Jane Fleming, L. A.; Panama City, Fla. • Janet Lynn Ford, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Thomas F. Fore, Busi- ness; Natchez; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Sue Forrest, L. A.; Gulfport; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • Marilyn Pauline Foster, Pharmacy; • Robert Irwin Foster, Business; Ky.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Stephen Roy Foster, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Michael James Franco, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Royce H. Franks, L. A.; Tupelo; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Susan Louise French, Education; Pass Christian; Phi Mu. • Donald Edward. Frey, L. A.; Cleveland. • Don Luis Fruge, Business; Meridian; Sigma Chi. • William Laney L. A.; Olive Branch. • Charles W. Fyfe, L. A.; Lula; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • William Thomas Gafford, L. A.; Water • Gordon A. Gammill, L. A.; Fayette; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Frerick Rick Ganji, Engineering; Iran-Ahwaz. • Sam Business; Natchez; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jere Gibert, L. A.; Perthshire; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Newton Gregg Gill, Engineering; Clinton; Pi Kappa Alpha, • William Barry Gillespie, L. A.; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. • William R. Gottshall, Jr., Business; Hobbs, New Mexico; Sigma Nu. • Ida Hervey Graham, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Delta Pi. • Michael Francis Graham, Engineering; Natchez. Third Row: • William Earl Graham, Education; Metairie, La. • Sam Ervin Graves, Education; Okolona. • Sally Jean Green, Education; Hot Springs, Ark.; Phi Mu. • William Grady Greer, Busi- ness; Charleston. • Lynda Ann Grimes, L. A.; Biloxi; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: • Janice Sue Grissom, L. A.; Tupelo. • Phyllis Merida Guest, L. A.; Pass Christian. • Billy Ralph Gulledge, L. A.; Senatobia. • Jan Gunter, Education; Natchez; Kappa Delta. • Robert Allan Guyton, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: • Carolyn Frances Hagerman, Business; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Gerald Lamar Hale, Engineering; Abbeville. • Brenda Zelle Hall, L. A.; Greenville; Phi Mu. • Sandra Nell Hall, L. A.; Ocean Springs. • Sylvia Ann Hall, Business; Oxford. Sixth Row: • Jimmy Vines Hamilton, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. • Judith Douglass Hamner, L. A.; Como; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Dawn Hanberry, L. A.; Laurel. • Mary Ann L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Stella Gilleas Handy, Education; Natchez; Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: • Glenda Sue Haney, Business; Pascagoula. • Sheila Diane Hansen, Education; Biloxi; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ellen Annette Hardy, Education; Gulfport. • Bryan Brand Harper, L. A.; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Glenda Ruth Harris, Education; Leland. Eighth Row: • Edgar Thomas Harrison, L. A.; Natchez. • Louise S. Harrison, L. A.; Whitehav en, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • John Harty, Engineering; Tupelo; Sigma Chi. • Ronnie Lawson Pharmacy; Louisville. • Louis Haven, L. A.; Forrest City, Ark. Ninth Row: • Pamela Marshall Haworth, L. A.; Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Hayward, Pharmacy; Grenada. • Stephen Fred Hedges, Engineering; Water Valley. • Winifred Ruth Hellums, Pharmacy; Oxford. • Robert Carl Helms, L. A.; First Row: • Mary Katherine Henry, Business; Ala.; Kappa Delta. • Wayne L. A.; Meridian. • Beverly Merle Hester, Education; Pontotoc. • Dennis Lee Heth, Business; Birmingham, Ala.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Carroll Jane Higgins, Education; New Orleans, La.; Delta Gamma. Second Row: • Harold Ex Hill, L. A.; Greenwood. • John Martin Hill, L. A.; Boyle; Phi Kappa Psi. • Raymond Eugene Himes, L. A.; Greenwood. • Suzanne Hirst, L. A.; Wilmington, Del. • Jerome Prichard Hiza, L. A.; Huntsville, Ala.; Sigma Pi, Third. Row: • Jackie Emile Holbrook, Education; • Barbara Sue Holland, L. A.; Canton; Phi Mu. • James Harrison Holland, L. A.; McEwen, Tenn. • Sonja Kay Holland, Busi- ness; Portageville, Mo. • John Glenn Hollingsworth, A.; Meadville; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Milly Holmes, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Mu. • Jo Ann B. Hopper, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Thomas Ford L. A.; Pascagoula. • Sara Christine Howard, L. A.; Duck Hill; Phi Mu. • Robert Edward Huey, L. A.; Gulfport. Fifth Row: • Edwin C. Hussey, Business; Memphis, Tenn. • Karen Joyce Ingram, L. A.; • Cherly Amille Irby, L. A.; Ft. Ala. • Dorothy Dell Ivy, Education; Baton Rouge, La.; Kappa Delta. • John C. James, L. A.; Natchez. Sixth Row: • David Jamili, Engineering; Tehran, Iran. • Lynda Frances Jamison, L. A.; Marks. • Judy Lynn Jennings, L. A.; Pensacola, Fla.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Donna Jill Johnson, Edu- cation; Meridian. • Jeannie Johnson, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: • Judith Ann Johnson, L. A.; McGehee, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Walter W. Johnson, L. A.; Greenwood. • Lester Willie Jones, L. A.; Wiggins. • Marvin Carey Jones, Pharmacy; West Point. • Randolph Eugene Jones, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Stephen Jones, Engineering; Bayton, Texas. • Tony E. Jones, L. A.; Amory; Phi Kappa Psi. • Mary Carolyn Jordan, Educa- tion; Columbia. • Sara Catherine Jordan, L. A.; Kosciusko; Delta Delta Delta. • Joseph Joseph, L. A.; Kosciusko. Ninth Row: • Leigh Victoria Josephson, Education; Ill.; Delta Gamma. • Vicki Mae Education; Harrisburg, Ill. • Betty Diamond Jue, L. A.; Clarksdale. • Laura Mairs Justice, L. A.; Jackson. • Mary W. L. A.; Grenada; Chi Omega. First Row: • Stratford Fay, L. A.; Pittsboro. • James C. Kelly, L. A.; Jackson. • Thomas Boyd Business; Louise; Kappa Alpha. • Lucy Quinn Kendrick, L.A.; Water Valley. • John W. Kent, L. A.; Natchez. Second Row: • Glenn L. Kerr, Business; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Patti Lynne Keye, Education; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Jimmy Elton Keyes, Busi- ness; Laurel. • Johnny Max Kilpatrick, L. A.; Philadelphia. • Virginia Jean. Kinard, Edu- cation; Jackson; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • James T. Knight, Business; Oxford. • Edwin B. Knox, L. A.; Natchez. • James Doran Knox, L. A.; Trenton, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Edwin Errol Kroeker, L. A.; Ft. Pierce, Fla. • Henry Gray Laird, Jr., Business; Brandon; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • Robert A. Lane, Business; Jackson; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Berry Laron Lannom, Bus- iness; McMinnville, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Patricia Jean Latta, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Bobby Ray Lawson, En- gineering; Conway, Ark. • William A. Leatherman, Business; Robinsonville; Phi Kappa Psi. Fifth Row: • Jacquelyn Joy Ledbetter, L. A.; Jackson. • Billy Lee Lee, Business; W inona; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Joel David Lee, Business; Columbia, S. C. • Karen Ann Lewis, L. A.; Bay, St. Louis. • Larry Lisle Lewis, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: • William Irvin Lewis, L. A.; Jackson. • Dorothy Anne Ligon, Education; Clarksdale; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Karan Louise Lindhorst, Business; Memphis, Tenn. • Balfour McCabe Lipscomb, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Joseph Lipscomb, L. A.; Columbus; Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • John B. Lloyd, Engineering; Long Beach. • James Robert Lockard, L. A.; Ocean Springs. • Claude Polk Locke, L. A.; Byhalia; Phi Kappa Psi. • William Stephen Loden, L. A.; Inverness. • Marguerite Lokey, L. A.; Amarillo, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Felice V. Lomangino, Engineering; Pleasantville, N.J. • Wade Dan Lomax, L. A.; Waynesboro. • Charles Allen Long, Education; Natchez; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • W. Lott, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Marlin Gerald Lowrimore, Laurel. Ninth Row: • Lucy Lumbnuttz, Engineering; Black Mountain, N.C. • Jane Ellen Lundberg, Edu- cation; Grenada; Phi Mu. • Sharon Lynch, Education; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Harold P. McAlister, L. A.; Tupelo. • Richard Lakin McAllister, L. A.; Placerville, Calif. First Row: • Mary Jon. McAvoy, L. A.; Lucedale. • Edward Lewis McCool, Engineering; Grenada. • Holly Anne McCreight, L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Mary Carmille McCullouch, Education; Oxford; Delta Gamma. • Burchette S. McFarland, Business; Bolivar, Tenn. Second Row: • William Carl McGehee, Business; Natchez; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • William A. McGinnis, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Gloria Jeanette McGuire, Pharmacy; Jackson. • Nancy Holland McHaney, L. A.; Henderson, Tenn. • John Purves McLaurin, L. A.; Oxford; Sigma Chi. Third Row: • Wallace Edward McMillan, Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Joe Welda McNeese, Business; Columbia; Sigma Chi. • Stephanie Ann McPherson, L. A.; Oxford. • Roy L. McRoskey, L. A.; Pascagoula; Delta Gamma. • James Thermon Mabus, Business; Rolling Fork; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Fourth Row: • Kathleen V. MacDonald, L. A.; A. Oxford; Alpha Delta Pi. • Hermant C. Maheshwari, Engineering; Mirzapur, India. • Jean Yvonne Maitre, Business; New Orleans, La.; Kappa Delta. • Michael James Malouf, Business; Greenwood; Phi Kappa Psi. • Toni Carol Malvezzi, Education; Clarksdale; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Mary Kathleen. Marshall, L. A.; West Point; Alpha Omicroni Pi. • June Lovell Martin, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Maretta Anne Martin, Pharmacy; Leakesville. • Dennis Cruce Marvel, Engineering; Ky. • Elmer W. Matthews, Education; Scott. Sixth Row: • Roger Errol Mauzey, Engineering; Tenn.; Kappa Sigma. • Charlotte Rita Mayo, L. A.; Ocean Springs; Phi Mu. • Judith D. Meredith, L. A.; Lyon. • Susan Grey Metcalf, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Billy Maurice Miller, Busi- ness; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. Seventh Row: • Frederic L. Miller, Business; Shreveport, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Linda K. Miller, Business; Vincinnes, Indiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ray Shelby Miller, Business; Jackson. • Alice Jeanette Mitchell, Educa- tion; Kennett, Missouri; Zeta Tau Apha. • Judith Ann Mitchell, L. A.; Grenada; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: • Lucy Evelyn Mitchell, L. A.; Sherman. • Sue Powers Mitchell, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Hall A. Moody, L. A.; Bossie r City, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ann Moore, L. A.; Winnsboro, La.; Phi Mu. • William Frank Moore, Business; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Phillip N. Morris, Business; Paducah, Ky. • Judith Lynn Mosal, L. A.; A. Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Sylvia Jane Mullendore, L. A.; Sheffield, Ala. • M. Patricia Mulville, Edu- cation; Chevy Chase, Md. • Alan Linn Murphree, L. A.; Houston; Beta Theta Pi, First Row: • Robin Nall, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Willard Wayne Neel, Engineering; Tampa, Fla.; Beta Theta Pi. • H. Benjy Nelken, Business; Greenville. • James Hardin Nelson, Business; Crystal Springs. • Riley Wayne Nelson, Education; Port Gibson. Second Row: • Robert Lynn Nelson, Engineering; Greenville. • Ronald Gene Newberry, Engineering; Oxford. • Morris Newcomb, L. A.; Blue Mountain. • Edwin Randolph Noble, L. A.; Lorman; Kappa Alpha, • William M. Nunley, Pharmacy; Carrollton. Third Row: • Arthur Eugene Nute, Education; Shaw. • Cherly Ann Nutt, L. A.; Crossett, Ark. David Hugh Nutt, L. A.; Jackson. • Robert Edward Oakley, L. A.; Bruce. • Alicia Odrago, L. A.; Livonia, Michigan. Fourth Row: • Robert Joseph O ' leary, L. A.; Terre Haute, Ind, • Jo Ann O ' Neal, Education; Ark. • Richard Neil Ousley, L. A.; Huntsville, Ala.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charles Raymond Owen, Engineering; Tenn. • Christopher M. Palmer, L. A.; San Diego, Calif. Fifth Row: • Anthony J. Palukaitis, Business; Paterson, N.J.; Sigma Pi. • Henry Peter Parker, Busi- ness; Biloxi. • Jerry Glenn Parker, Business; Enid; Phi Kappa Psi. • V. Gay Patterson, L. A.; Tyler, Texas; Delta Gamma. • Rex Nelson Paul, L. A.; Greenville. Sixth Row: • Ida Joeann Pavlick, Education; Amory. • Alice Kay Payne, Education; Reedsport, Oregon; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Lucinda Lee Payne, Education; Clarksdale; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Susan Lucretia Peeler, L. A.; Amory; Alpha Delta Pi. • Sandra Elaine Perkins, Business; Moss Point; Phi Mu. Seventh Row: • Suzanne Permenter, Education; Greenville; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Michael Rudd Phillips, Pharmacy; Mississippi City. • Virginia Anna Phillips, L. A.; Laurel. • Stanley F. Pielak, Business; Pascagoula; Sigma Pi. • Helen. House Pilkinton, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. Eighth Row: • Martha Anne Plumlee, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Rome Dabbs Polsgrove, L. A.; • Joanna Poole, Education; Oxford; Delta Delta Delta. • John Arthur Porter, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Hugh S. Potts, Business; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Clarence Dickens Prang, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Beta Theta Pi. • William J. Pray, Business; Takoma Park, Md. • Michale Praytor, Business; Jackson. • Carroll Lynne Preston, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sally Price, Education; University. First Row: • Hugh G. Price, Business; Greenwood. • Jessie Wayne Pruett, L. A.; Oxford. • James Thomas Pryor, Jr., L. A.; Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega. • Patricia Alice Puckett, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Rebecca Quessenberry, L. A.; Birdeye, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: • Cecilia Odele Quin, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Daniel Rabinowitz, Business; Allentown, Pa.; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Hossein Nouchin Rachedi, Engineering; Teheran, Iran. • Joyce Anne Ramay, L. A.; Annandale, Va.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jane M. Ramsay, Business; Mt. Olive. Third Row: • James Curtis Randle, L. A.; Pontotoc. • Elizabeth Louise Ray, L. A.; Corinth. • Diane Ray, L. A.; Pontotoc. • Norma Kay Rayburn, L. A.; Columbia. • Janet Elizabeth Reddoch, Education; Stringer; Alpha Pi. Fourth Row: • Jacquelyn Reese, L. A.; Bruce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Richard Scott Reitz, L. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Susan Merry Relyen, Education; Oceanside, Calif. • Thomas Edwin Rester, Pharmacy; Ackerman. • Charlotte Anne Reviere, Education; Ripley, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Karen Sue Rich, Education; Gulfport. • Charles S. Richey, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Mary Jo Riddell, L. A.; Biloxi; Delta Gamma. • Nori Lee Riddle, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Ethel Marie Ritchie, Business; Natchez; Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: • Bobby Lee Roberts, Engineering; • William Francis Roberts, L. A.; A.. Sigma Nu. • Ronnie A. Robinson, Business; Laurel. • Mighan Ann Rockey, L. A.; Tupelo. • Roberta Grace Ross, Edu- cation; Clarksdale. Seventh Row: • Alfred Wayne Rowan, Business; Greenwood; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Elaine Rowell, Education; Morehouse, Mo. • Fred Wallace Rushton, L. A.; Tunica; Beta Theta Pi. • Robert Prichard Russell, L. A.; Oxford; Sigma Chi. • Harry S. Sanders, L. A.; Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: • John Edgar Sanders, Pharmacy; Kosciusko. • Thomas Lee Sasser, Pharmacy; Middleton, Tenn. • Jeffrey L. Sauls, L. A.; Tylertown. • Marthadele Anne Schwartz, L. A.; Unionville, Michigan. • Barry Charles Scott, L. A.; Louisville. Ninth Row: • Don Bacot Scott, L. A.; Hazlehurst; Sigma Chi. • William Allen Scott, L. A.; University; Phi Delta Theta. • Joseph Power Seawright, L. A.; Greenwood. • Martha Annette Seay, Business; Oxford; Delta Gamma. • Homer Wesley Sebren, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • Carol Kern Sellers, Business; Mobile, Ala.; Chi Omega. • Sandy C. Senter, L. A.; Fulton; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Dennis C. Seuzeneau, L. A.; Bay, St. Louis. • James Edward Sewell, Business; Whitehaven, Tenn.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Walter M. Shackelford, L. A.; LaGrange, Ga.; Sigma Nu. Second Row: • Dave Eugene Shands, L. A.; Tupelo; Phi Delta Theta. • Barbara Jean Shannon, Busi- ness; Oxford. • Nathan P. Shappley, L. A.; Gore Springs. • William Arlan Sharp, L. A.; San Francisco, Calif. • Evelyn Cole Shaw, L. A.; Oxford. Third Row: • Joann Shelton, L. A.; Dallas, Texas; Delta Delta Delta. • Douglas Hayward Sherrer, L. A.; Picayune; Phi Kappa Psi. • Vicki Ray Shope, L. A.; Dalton, Ga. • James Gary L. A.; Waynesboro. • Leslie Howard Siltman, Business; Batesville; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fourth Row: • Jane B. Simpson, L. A.; Shaw; Kappa Delta. • Janet Allen Singletary, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Gary Lee Sisco, Engineer- ing; Bolivar, Tenn. • Jimmie Dee Sisk, L. A.; Marianna, Ark.; Delta Gamma. • Mar tha Frances Smira, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Archie Eugene Smith, Engineering; • John Lowe Smith, Business; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Lila Ann Smith, L. A.; Oxford. Linda Jane Smith, L. A.; Tenn. • Robert Bruce Smith, L. A.; Ripley; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: • Sandra Wynn Smith, L. A.; Barrington Illinois; Pi Beta Phi. • Susan Gail Smith, Business; Picayune. • Timothy R. Smith, L. A.; Meridian. • Vernon Smith, Jr., L. A.; Charleston, S. C.; Phi Kappa Psi. • John Boswell Sneed, L. A.; Gulfport; Sigma Nu. Seventh Row: • Ann Elizabeth Snowden, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Mu. • Kathy R. Sparks, L. A.; Biloxi; Alpha Delta Pi. • Charles T. Squires, Busi- ness; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Jimmy N. Squires, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Donald Ray Stacey, L. A.; Mobile, Ala. Eighth Row: • Michael Steve Starnes, Business; Oxford; Sigma Pi. • Mary Catherine Stephens, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Stacie Stevens, L. A.; Houston, Texas. • Gail Jean Stewart, L. A.; Madison, Wisc.; Pi Beta Phi. • Gary Allan Stewart, L. A.; Prichard, Ala. Ninth Row: • Homer Foster Stewart, Education; Ala. • Johnny Clifton Stewart, Busi- ness; Grenada; Alpha Tau Omega. • David Coe Stone, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Richard Askew Stovall, L. A.; Hollandale; Phi Delta Theta. • C. Strawbridge, Business; Aberdeen; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Robert Tourne Stucker, L. A.; Columbus; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Karen Thompson Taggart, L. A.; Jackson. • Michael J. L. A.; A. Oxford. • Paula Annette Tate, L. A.; Jackson, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • • Herman Eugene Taylor, Business; Memphis, Tenn. Second Row: • Jessie Roma Taylor, L. A.; Verona; Phi Mu. • Leslie Edward Taylor, Jr., Education; Vicksburg. • Rebecca Kay Taylor, Business; Hazelhurst; Phi Mu. • Robert Parrish L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha • Willard Roy Taylor, L. A.; Trenton, Tenn. Third Row: • William Taymon, Engineering; Myrtle. Bob W. Teel, Education; Huntsville, Ala. • Van H. Temple, L. A.; Meadville; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Steve Wayne Business; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Glenda Jean Thomas, A.; Lula. Fourth Row: • Dale Ross Thompson, Business; Tallahassee, Fla. • Kay Thompson, L. A.; Jackson. • Shiela Anne Thompson, L. A.; Alamo, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Opal Gail Tillman, L. A.; Bruce. • Joy Moore Tindall, Education; Indianola. Fifth Row: • Mary Lynn Todaro, L. A.; Biloxi. • James Todd, Business; Tupelo. • Paul Trussell, Jr. L. A.; Jackson. • Jack G. Tucker, Business, Paris, Ky. • Calvin Lamar Tullos, Educa- tion; Kilmichael, Sixth Row: • Elizabeth Jan Tumasz, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Elizabeth S. Tumlinson, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Edith Waits Turley, L. A.; Leland; Phi Mu. • Ann Turnipseed, Education; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Larry Don Underwood, L. A.; Moore, Okla.; Sigma Nu. Seventh Row: • James Eugene Urbanek, Education; Oxford. • Margaret M. Vaughan, L. A.; Canton; Delta Delta Delta. • Sissy Waits, L. A.; Phi Mu. • Jessyca Waldran, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Stephen Lee Waldron, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: • Dudley Edward Walker, Business; Holly Springs; Phi Kappa Psi. • Ollie Jean L. A.; Crowder. • Virginia I. Walker, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • Ronnie Leon Wall, Education; Tutwiler; Sigma Chi. • Toby Mack Wallace, L. A.; Shuqualak Ninth Row: • Robert Warren Waller, Engineering; Lakewales, Fla. • Virginia Marianne Walsh, Edu- cation; St. Petersburg, Fla. • Patricia Ellen Walters, Business; Laurel; Delta Delta Delta. • Jill Sharon Watson, Education; Tupelo; Phi Mu. • Shirley Claire Watson, L. A.; Mississippi City. First Row: • Thomas Lytle Webb, Education; Oxford. • Karen Weeks, L. A.; Greenwood; Delta Gamma. • Gary Alan Weenstein, Education; Buffalo, N. Y. • Betty Diane West, L. A.; Monroe, La.; Kappa Delta. • Stephen Weston, Engineering; Underhill, Vermont. Second Row: • Jerry B. Wexler, L. A.; Awood. • Marilyn Frances Whitaker, L. A.; Tupelo; Kappa Delta. • Ernest B. White, Jr., Business; Louisville; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Gerald L. W hite, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • James Albert White, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. Third Row: • James Wallace White, Business; Ashland. • Nancy Sue White, L. A.; Toccopola. • Robert Lewis White, L. A.; Newton. • Dorsey White, Business; Belen; Sigma Nu. • Beverly Rebecca Whitten, L. A.; Charleston; Delta Gamma. Fourth Row: • Homer Whittington, L. A.; Natchez; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Montrie Wilborn, Pharmacy Lambert; Delta Gamma. • Jack Brown Wilkins, Business; Grenada; Kappa Sigma. • Linda Frances Williams, Education; West Point; Delta Gamma. • Richard A. Williams, L. A.; N. Little Rock, Ark. Fifth Row: • Richard Hughes Williams, Business; Sigma Nu. • Sheila DeBonn Williams, L. A.; Union Grove, N.C. • B. N. Will Willis, Engineering; Pitkin, La. • Benjamin D. L. A.; Natchez. • David Baxter Wilson, Business; Water Valley. Sixth. Row: • Margaret Ann Wilson, L. A.; Meridian. • Elizabeth Jane Wooten, L. A.; Jackson. • Elaine Elizabeth Wootten, L. A.; Pass Christian. • M. Jacqueline Wright, Business; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Beth York, L. A.; Derma; Delta Gamma. Seventh Row: • C. Merrill York, Business; Elm Grove, Wisc.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jerry Lynn Young, Business; Keltering, Ohio. Durwood Herbert His life was perhaps short, but filled with all noble and pleas- ant experiences our world might offer any man. In all respects a Christian gentlemen, Durwood exemplified the image of what others strove to be. Courteous, industrious, diligent, and up- right, he possessed an even greater virtue in that those who were his associates never ceased to enjoy his hearty companion- ship. His life will ever stand as a paragon, his death as the ulti- mate deprivation of all an individual could mean to the lives of others. A Aaron, Mary Elizabeth, 301 Abboot, Hirschel Theron, 148, 154, 2. 279 Abbott, James Deloach, 247, 317 Abdalla, Sidney J., 317 Abdo, Frank Brian, 332 Abdo, George E., 279 Abernethy, Alice Kay, 174, 217, 332 Abernethy, Mary Rose, 219, 317 Abernethy, Thomas G., 247, 279 Ables, Betty Jean, 173, 182, 279 Abney, Fred Gordon, 243, 301 Abraham, Fred Larry, 301 Abraham, George Ellis, 145, 169, 2; 279 Abraham, Katherine Ann, 231, 332 Acevedo, Robert M., 268 Achee, Norris S., Jr., 301 Acree, Joseph Jefferson, 279 Acree, Phyllis Louise, 219, 181, 301 Adams, Barbara Ann, 279 Adams, hCester Braswell, 317 Adams, David, 255, 317 Adams, Gardner Sheldon, 235, 279 Adams, John J., 160, 268 Adams, Judith Ann, 219, 268 Adams, Martha Latimer, 268 Adams, Murray Cecil, 268 Adams, Philip Ross, 279 Addleton, James Ervin, 243, 317 Adelman, Jan Griffith, 257, 279 Aden, William Mangum, 332 Advani, Gul Ghanshamdas, 268 Advani, Javher Vallabdas, 268 Advani, Shyam B., 268 Ainsworth, Howard Smith, 301 Ainsworth, Jimmy David, 140, 317 Akers, Carol Wayne, 317 Akers, James Milton, 317 Akers, Jesse Murray, 279, Akhtar, Humayun, 268 Akin, Charles Wayne, 172, 279 Akin, Dorothy K., 221, 279 Albert, William Frederick, 279 Albritton, Britt L., 268 Alderson, Vettra Glenn, 245, 268 Aldridge, Loies Marlene, 140, 158, 2 279 Aldridge, Martha, 301 Aldridge, Walter Pillow, 257, 279 Alexander, Donald V., 268 Alexander, Elizabeth Jane, 173, 30] Alexander, Ermalene Akers, 279 Alexander, Jane A., 231, 332 Alexander, Virignia, 332 Alexander, Virna Ruth, 213, 301 Alford, Susan Priscilla, 317 Allen, George, 279 Allen, Ghill Fosta, 332 Allen, James R., 268 Allen, Jane Elizabeth, 173, 176, 2 301 Allen, Jerry Peeler, 171, 279 Allen, Joan Claire, 161, 225, 332 Allen, John Neville, 148, 154, 235, 1 Allen, June Marie, 301 Allen, Lee Nash, 317 Allen, Leigh Briscoe, 166, 268 Allen, Louis Ferree, 164, 268 Allen, Lynn Yarbrough, 279 Allen, Mary Douglas, 175, 217, 331 Allen, Robert Johnson, 253, 332 Allen, Therrell Lane, 268 Allen, William Ragon, 259, 332 Alliston, George Barron, 332 Ambrose, Claudia aKthryn, 158, 271 Ames, Ethelyn, 176, 219, 279 Anderson, Carol Anne, 227, 211, 271 Anderson, Carolyn E., 301 Anderson, Everette Wayne, 239, 271 Anderson, Frank A., 317 Anderson, Frank Andrew, 140, 1 332 Anderson, James Floyd, 237, 279 Anderson, Mary Carolyn, 158, 1 213, 279 Anderson, Sarah Elizabeth, 227, 311 Anderson, William Fenton, 255, 33 Anderton, Betty Randall, 227, 301 Andre, Sigrid Elizabeth, 178. 279 Andrukiewicz, Stephen S., 317 Anglin, Lindsay Joe, 148, 279 Anthony, Dalton, 332 Anthony, Laurie Knox, 223, 332 Anthony, Phillip Lynn, 261, 332 Anthony, William Lovell, 239, 301 Archer, Ann, 217, 301 Armor, Milton Philip, 255, 317 Armour, Thomas George, 243, 301 Armstrong, John Therrell, 268 Arnett, John Frank, 332 Arnold, Austin. Alan, 279 Arnold, John Richard, 268 Arnold, John Wesley, 257, 337 Arnold, Larry W., 317 Arnold, Richard Duke, 245, 279 Arnold, Tommy, 167, 27, Ashley, William L., 280 Atkins, Richard Earl. 301 Atkinson, Edna Sue. 332 Atkinson, William E., 243, 332 Aust, Sandra Lee, 225, 332 Austin, John Roger, 332 Austin, Joseph G., 280 Austin, Larry Liddell, 239, 280 Austin, Martha Jane, 231, 280 Austin, Robert Ray, 146, 179, 280 Avent, Joseph Carson, 170, 332 Ayers, Curtis P„ 145, 178, 235, 332 B Babb, Glenda Joyce, 140, 301 Babers, Henry Dennis, 239, 317 Backlund, Tunell, 332 Baier, Michael Mathias, 247, 332 Bailey, Dolly Sue, 183, 317 Bailey, James Williams, 257, 317 Bailey, Rita Ann, 211, 231, 280 Bailey, Robert William, 247, 301 Bailey, Robert A., 170, 241, 301 Bailey, S. Lamar, 317 Bailey, Sam Harper, 301 Bailey, Victor Glen, 317 Baker, David Michael, 317 Baker, James A., 317 Baker, James Larvis, 235, 280 Baker, Janellen, 158, 280 Baker, Patricia Ann, 173, 215, 229, 2 Baker, Sherry Lynn, 301 Baker, William Ernest, 247, 182, 301 Ball, Betty Jane, 140, 225, 317 Ball, Dwight Nicholas, 317 Ballard, Charles A., 259, 280 Ballard, Elizabeth Ann, 301 Ballard, Lynda Sharon, 332 Ballard, Martha Carol, 227, 332 Ballard, William W., 239, 301 Banchetti, Agnes Marie, 180, 211, 2 180 Barber, Forrest H., 145, 301 Barbour, Gen, M., 217, 301 Barenis, Guntis, 317 Barenis, Varis, 301 Barfield, Charlie H., 280 Barfield, Thomas Arthur, 301 Barger, Diana June, 227, 332 Barger, Stanley Edwin, 317 Barkley, Walter Don, 332 Barksdale, James Love, 144, 167, 2 101 Barlow, Katherine Naomi, 225, 33 Barlow, Terrell W., 148, 332 Barnes, Anna Marie, 225, 280 Barnes, Arthur Dale, 235, 233, 280 Barnes, John Ward, 257, 301 Barnett, Buell Johnston, 259, 301 Barnett, Clifford Edward, 160, 259, Barr, Jacob Dexter, 239, 317 Barr, James Robert, 301 Barr, William Howard, 268 Barras, Donald, 268 Barrett, George R., 301 Barrett, John William, 332 Barrett, Mary Elizabeth, 153, 178, 2 317 Barton, Jimmie Don, 159, 301 Barton, Lajuana Jo, 215, 301 Barton. Robert William, 241, 301 Bass, Cary, 268 Bates, Samuel Lyle, 247, 332 Baxter, Wilson David, 317 Baygents, Larry Spencer, 237, 317 Beach, Stephen Leeds, 131, 143, 1 163, 178, 259,280 Beane, Thomas Cary, 268 Bear, Theodore Thomas, 317 Beard, Wirt Adams, J., 128, 243, 331 Bearden, William E., 257, 332 Beasley, Robert Lloyd, 243, 332 Beaupre, Gary F., 301 Beaver, Sondra Kathleen, 211, 215, Beckwith, Phyllis Janice, 332 Bee, Marty, 223, 332 Beharrell Richard Alan, 301 Bej. Asit, Kumar, 268 Belk, William Dean. Jr., 247, 268 Bell, Fred Allen, 257, 280 Bell, Hudson Ford, 247, 301 Bell, Hugh 0., 255, 332 Bell, James Robert, 280 Bell, Ramelle Eason, 301 Bellshot, Alice Mae, 153, 178, 215, : Benn, Charlie William, Jr., 332 Bennett, Henry Stites, 170, 243, 281 Bennett, Marshall, 257, 301 Bennet„ Richard Thomas, 268 Benson, Joe Eddins, 332 Benuette, Carol Jeanne, 158, 173, 2 101 Bergold, George Hunter, Jr., 160, 1 247, 268 Berliner, Alfred Eugene, 301 Bernard, Melaine Patricia, 215, 30; Perry, Donna Ann, 302 Berry, Frank, 261, 332 Best, Charles Henry, 243, 268 Bethard s, Leonards Gene, 280 Bickerstaff, Joyce Marie, 173, 280 Biedenharn, Mary Ann. 221. 302 Bigger. Jane, J., 158, 175. 219, 302 Biggs. David, Michael, 251. 302 Biglane, Charlotte Ann, 317 Biles, Anne Fairfax, 136, 211, 217, ; Billings, John Hendrik, 302 Billings, Carolyn Ann, 174, 225, 332 Billingsley, Juanita, 173, 317 Binford, Harriet Nelson, 333 Bingham, James William, 280 Bird, Margaret Ann, 225, 280 Bishop, Dovie Jane, 317 bishop, James Oliver, 167, 25„ 332 Bishop, Thomas Victor, 164. 268 Bishop, Victoria Lee, 221, 333 Bla kledge, Aden Jack, Jr., 302 Blackwell, Arnold V., 268 Blackwell, Hollis Jane. 173, 217, 2K Blackwell, Len, 131, 268 Blalack, Bill Edward, 165, 218 Blaylock, Betty Wilson, 268 Blaylock, John D., 164, 268 Bledsoe, Harry Ronald, 280 Blessey, Gerald Henry, 134, 144, 282 Blessey, Walter Jerome, 164, 269 Bloch, Carol Ann, 280 Bloch, Lois Jean, 213, 182, 333 Blount, Jerry Holmes, 261, 302 Blue, Nancy, 280 Boa, Mary Irene, 317 Bobbitt, Cheryl, 140, 153, 173, 1 ' 221, 217 Hobbs, William Henry, 39, 333 Bogan, David, 317 Bolen, James E., 280 Bolen, Kimble Lee, 302 Bolich, John William, 145, 167, 1 247, 280 Bolton, Clinton McKellar, 317 Bolton, Eldon L., 164, 269 Bolton, George Vincent, 241, 280 Bomboy, James Dickson, Jr., 142, 1 167, 252, 257, 302 Boney, Judi M., 161, 215, 317 Bonner, James Luther, 144, 235, 261 Boone, Kenneth C., 257, 280 Bonne, Victor F., 317 Booth, Claire Ann, 176, 318 Borden, James Pennington, 318 Boren, Sidney, 302 Borthwick, Jo Claire, 217, 318 Bosse, Douglas Brian, 261, 281 Boswell, Robert Bennett, 235, 302 Bounds, James Randolph, 302 Bourland, Larry Glenn, 333 Bourn, Fred Exzell, 167, 251, 318 Bourn, Ralph Truitt, 269 Bowen, Bettie Margaret, 153, 178, 2 318 Bowen, Rees Tate, 134, 148, 154, 2 269 Bowen, Sandra Diane, 217, 318 Bowen, Walter, 159, 333 Bowling, Linda Ann, 221, 318 Boyd, David Maurice, 333 Boyd, Graham Gregory, 235, 302 Boyd, Mary Dianne, 281 Boykin, Lorenzo James, 245, 318 Boyle, Thomas Wendell, 255, 318 Boyll, Judy Kay, 318 Bozeman. Edward Wayne, 281 Bozone, David Emmett, 165, 281 Bradley, David L., 261, 281 Bradley, Sylvia Lee, 163, 219, 281 Brady, Joe Alister, 247, 333 Bramwell, Ann L., 215. 318 Branch, R. E., 142. 167. 253. 302 Branch, Wesley Ellis, 253, 333 Branton, James Clifton, 269 Branton, Sedley Cameron, 160, 261 Bratt, Charles Bertyn, 164, 176, 33: Bratt, Frank. 333 Brauscome, Andrew G.. 255. 269. 30] Brawley, Eddie E., 146, 253, 318 Bray, M.. 318 Brazel, Hugh Edward, 281 Breland, James Thompson. 333 Brenner, Robert Spencer, 170, 237, Breshears. George Clinton, 302 Brewer, Betty Ruth, 318 Brewer, Jerry Earl, 281 Brewer, Wanda Jean, 183. 333 Bridges, James Wilson. 183, 241, 317 Bridgfordth, Barry Wilson, 25„ 33 Bridgforth, Dudley Black, 166, 269 Bright. Gloria C. A.. 302 Brim, Kay Louise, 281 Brint, George Wayne, 318 Brion, John J., 318 Brister, Mary Elliott, 217, 318 Brittingham, William W.. 302 Britton, Howard Lynn, 160. 302 Broad, Charles Manton. 239, 302 Brock, Henry Donnie. 245, 302 Brock, Olivia Ann, 217, 281 Brock, Richard William. 140, 251, ; Brodnax. Linda Kay, 281 Brooks, Sandra Ann, 333 Brooks, Beverly Jean. 227, 318 Brooks, Ronnie, 245, 302 Brooks, Toni Marie, 158. 318 Broom, Robert Paul, 263, 281 Brophy, Claire R., 318 Broussard, James Kenneth, 333 Brown, Billy Floyd, 269 Brown, Cecil Charles, 167, 253, 31 Brown, Douglas Colin, 318 Brown, Ernest Eliot, 318 Brown, Jack Davis, 269 Brown, John Alston, 318 Brown, Joseph Paul, 281 Brown, Linda Jo, 333 Brown, M. Amanda, 83, 174, 175, 182, 221, 302 Brown, Maxie Gene, 164, 269 Brown, Milton D., 261, 302 Brown, Olie D., 318 Brown, Suzanne, 217, 318 Brown, Virginia, 333 Brown, William C., 281 Brown, William Cleve, 255, 281 Browne, Margaret Olivia, 140, 333 Browning, Cindy Kaye, 158, 173, 221, 302 browning, Robert Mitchell, 269 Brownlee, Douglas Albert, 302 Brucker, Michael, 249, 302 Bruckner, Monika, 269 Brumbaugh, William Allen, 263, 318 Brumfield, Peggy Jane, 302 Brunson, George Henry, 263, 333 Brunt, Thomas David, Jr., 302 Bryan, Catherine Parker, 217, 281 Bryan, John R., 257, 281 Bryant, Alfred Hume, 171, 174, 259, 281 Bryant, Mildred Sara, 318 Bryant Phillip Davis, 237, 269 Bryson, Edith Barton, 181, 281 Bryson, Ester Lee, 302 Buck, George Sumner, 302 Buckler, Gary Velle, 318 Buehl, Barbara Beth, 173, 225, 318 Buffaloe, Scott Collins, 333 Bullard, William R., 140, 318 Bunkley, Joel William, 245, 333 Bunnell, Robert W., 281 Buntin, Percy Rayburn, 302 Burch, Lee Thomas, 146, 281 Burcham, Gary Lee, 302 Burcham, Olan Clyde, 269 Burgdorff, Karen Sue, 318 Burgdorff, Susie, 221, 318 Burgoon, James Wayne, 269 Burke, John Scott, 333 Burke, Richard Anthony, 269 Burks, Mary Ann, 173, 211, 215, 302 Burleson, John L., 318 Burnett, Judith Elizabeth, 281 Burnette, Marcia Carolyn, 333 ' Burns, Charles W., 269 Burns, Glenda Ellen, 302 ' Rebecca Bedon, 227, 333 Burt, Luci C., 175, 318 Busby, Alexis K., 217, 281 Busby, George Stephen, 148, 269 Bush, Carl Dentor, 302 Bush, Keith Shepherd, 219, 318 Buster, Tony M., 160, 269 Butler, Barbara Joyce, 219, 281 Butler, Gale McCall, 253, 333 Butler, Keturah Belle, 156, 181, 217, 281 Butler, Rachael Marion, 223, 302 Butler, Sarah, 217, 302 Butterfield, Bonita, 178, 217, 333 Butts, Clovis G., 302 Buxton, G. Edward, 251, 318 Buzard, Betty Seward, 302 Bynum, Peggy, 215, 302 Byrd, James Larry, 269 Byrd, Patty Anne, 333 Byrd, Syndey Ann, 318 C Cain, Cynthia Louise, 219, 333 Cairns, Albert Eugene, 333 Calder, Willie Frank, 333 Calder, James E., 251, 281 Caldwell, Jimmy Douglas, 281 Caldwell, Kathy, 221, 318 Calif, Zelma Rose. 148, 281 Callahan, Chester Moriss, 303 Callihan, Woodson T., 281 Calvasina, Richard Victor, 303 Calvert, Russell Warren, 257, 303 Cameron, Ralph F., 333 Cameron, William, 145, 169, 259, 281 Campbell, Annette Seay, 173, 176, 281 Campbell, David Hardin, 143, 303 Campbell, Gerald K., 318 Campbell, Leslie Curtis, 269 Campbell, Milus Calvin, 318 Canada, Robert Franklin, 282 Canale, Alexis T., 225, 333 Cannady, Norman Alexander, 261, 333 Canning, Sherry Louise. 173, 318 Cannon, Jerry Wayen, 282 Cantebury, Glenda Carroll, 303 Canter, James E., 160, 269 Canup, Bobby Joe, 140, 143, 282 Caperton, Charles H., 318 Caples, Bobby Dewain, 303 Carapetian, Albert, 170, 282 Cardwell, John Ross, 282 Cargile, Michael Edward, 282 Carley, Mark Steven, 169, 303 Carlin, James Boyce, 269 Carlisle, Tommy Gene, 303 Carlton, Carolyn Hall, 140, 173, 2 282 Carothers, Amelia Beattie, 282 Carothers, Ann S., 303 Carothers, Richard B., 235, 319 Carpenter, Delores Bird, 333 Carpenter, Wayne O ' Brian, 303 Carpenter, Robert F., 255, 282 Carr, Barbara Ann, 282 Carr, John C., 241, 282 Carr, Paul, 269 Carrey, Philip James, 264, 333 Carrington, Carol Ann, 215, 333 Carrington, Carolyn L., 161, 221, 3 Carrington, Judy Lindley, 156, 2 282 Carrington, Robert Emery, 319 Carruth, Susan Rowe, 173, 217, 31 Carson, Johnny L., 319 Carson, Rebecca Ann, 112, 213, 30 Carter, Dorothy, 333 Carter, Elizabeth C., 176, 217, 333 Carter, Elizabeth Heath, 153, 173, 7 319 Carter, Jimmy Truett, 243, 319 Carter, Michale Hammond, 134, 1 167, 247, 303 Carter, Myra Janelle, 282 Carter, William Raymond, 319 Case, Barbara Elise, 319 Case, Linda Massey, 225, 303 Cashion, Sarah Lynn, 213, 303 Cassidy, Carol Evelyn, 174, 227, Castano, John M., 282 Castleman, Vigi, 173, 180, 225, 31 Caston, Lester B., 319 Catt, James Leroy, Jr., 333 Caulfield, John Douglas, 243, 333 Cave, Robert Rayne, 303 Cave, William Hershell, Jr., 269 Cayce, Mary Farrar, 215, 269 Center, Gerald Hickey, 253, 282 Center, Rebecca B., 303 Chadwick, Martha Ann, 221, 303 Chaffin, Richard Lee, 243, 303 Chambers, Mary Theresa, 215, 333 Chambers, Melissa Jean, 282 Chambers, Richard Cullin, 241, 28 Chan, Johnny S. C., 269 Chancellor, Don Wood, 319 Chandler, Anita Olive, 303 Chandler, James Walter, 303 Chandler, Laurance N., 255, 319 Channell, Carroll David, 303 Chapman, James Brent, 303 Chase, Alma Carole, 175, 221, 333 Chase, Jerry, 319 Chase, Jesse M., 259, 282 Chatham, Gerald W., 319 Chenault, Joanne, 319 Cheruvelil, Joseph M., 269 Cheshire, S., Carolne, 83, 173, 231, Chesteen, John Row, 245, 319 Chisholm, Charles P., 282 Chisholm, John H., 303 Chittom, Babette, 175, 182, 215, 28 Chittom, Dempsey Brooks, 319 Chiu, Chung-bun, 269 Choo, Lena Bing, 269 Chrestman, Reuben L., 259, 333 Chrestman, Sylvia Faith, 282 Christman, Patricia Diane, 333 Christy, J, Dewitt, 235, 319 Chu, Joseph Yung-chang, 269 Chuang, L. Y. Yang, 270 Chuang, Vincent T., 270 Chudamani, Viswanath H., 270 Church, Clarence, 319 Churchill, Kay Kiami, 156, 303 Churchill, Robert, 282 Chusty, Sandra Lynn, 229, 334 Clance, Wayne D., 282 Clanton, Donald M., 303 Clark, Ann Carol, 223, 334 Clark, Anne Reedy, 215, 282 Clark, Barbara Ruth, 334 Clark, Charlie Luper, 259, 319 Clark, Claudia Ann, 303 Clark, Harold Nowlin, 334 Clark, Joanne E., 140, 158, 282 Clark, June Elizabeth, 140, 229, 281 Clark, Richard Orville, 270 Clark, Susan Stevens, 219, 303 Clark, Travis H., Jr., 164, 270 Clemens, Jeptha Clark, 319 Cleveland, Robert Earl, 167, 182, 27( Cleveland, Tom Franklin, 134, 1 171, 257, 282 Clifford, Karen Lynne, 40, 225, 334 Cline, Donna Kaye, 334 Clinton, James Kenan, 303 Clinton, Janie Lyn, 173, 175, 182, 2- 282 Clinton, Richard Bunton, 140, 257, 319 Coalter, John Willis, 164, 270 Cobb, Charles Allen, 259, 319 Cobb, David Louis, 259, 334 Cobb, Joyce Lynn, 334 Cobb, Judy Carolyn, 223, 334 Cobran, Alton L., Jr., 334 Cockrell, James Worren, 319 Coco, Lawrence M., 334 Cofer, Edwin Tharp, 143, 334 Coggin, James Virgil, 259, 303 Cohen, Harold S., 303 Coker, Curtis Edward, 261, 282 Cole, Barbara Allyn, 140, 173, 213, Cole, Carol, 219, 283 Cole, John Franklin, 303 Cole, Patricia Louse, 83, 227, 319 Cole, Robert Gary, 334 Cole, Ronald Keith, 303 Coleman, James Jerry, Jr., 175, 2 334 Coleman, Richard Lee, 235, 319 Coleman, Thomas Allen, 134, 144, 1 167, 270 Collier, Warner Johnson, 319 Collins, Ike Jarred, 166, 334 Collins, Mary Louise, 158, 173, 2 283 Colvin, Judith Ann, 223, 334 Comer, Thomas Howard, 151, 259, Conant, Shelia Jean, 225, 303 Coney, Carolyn Elizabeth, 136, 2 283 Conguista, Paul Andrew, 319 Conklin, Carol Ann, 140, 182, 303 Connaway, John Marshall, 283 Connell, Robert Edward, 251, 319 Conner, Diane, 161, 175, 223, 303 Cook, Betty Katherine, 140, 173, 1 227, 283 Cook, Billy Harold, 40, 173, 283 Cook, Lora Cynthia, 182, 334 Cook, Lynn Allen, 221, 303 Cooke, Frances Amelia, 219, 334 Cooke, Michael Dale, 334 Cooke, Patricia Dorina, 183, 319 Cooper, Forrest Lamar, Jr., 319 Cooper, Stephan Kitrick, 235, 319 Cooper, Virignia Ann, 178, 227, 33 Cooper, William Wert, 154, 255, 28 Copeland, Larry Joe, 319 Corban, Alton, 334 Corlew, John Gordon, 134, 140, 1 167, 259, 303 Corr, William Ervin, Jr., 164, 270 Cory, Beverly Leigh, 231, 334 Cothran, Tom A., 334 Cotner, Linda Lee, 225, 334 Cotten, Robin Owen, 245, 319 Couch, Thomas J., 253, 270 Coulson, Eugene Ray, 283 Coursey, Myra Judith, 83, 140, 1 158, 161, 221, 319 Coursey, Nancy Carolyn, 142, 221, Covington, Robert Owen, 319 Cox, Anna Kate, 215, 283 Cox, Clara Dean, 334 Cox, Frank Lee, 319 Cox, Judy Day, 283 Cox, Martha Ann, 217, 334 Cox, Mary Clarie, 215, 303 Cox, Sammye, 215, 303 Craig, Edward E., Jr., 253, 283 Craig, Mary Moore, 223, 334 Craig, L. V., 270 Cranston, Philip Edwin, 241, 319 Crawford, Benjamin L.. 255, 334 Crawford, Robert A., 270 Crawley, David E., 303 Crenshaw, Richard L., 270 Cresswell, Peggy Ann, 334 Criss, Marshall Wallace, 259, 283 Crockett, Servetus P., 171, 253, 283 Cromeans, Theresa L., 303 Cromwell, Rayner Jeanne, 140, 2 334 Crook, James L., 261, 303 Crosby, Leonard A., 261, 319 Crosby, Wanda Wilkinson, 283 Cross, Annis Elizabeth, 225, 283 Cross, Ransom R., 283 Cross Robert Clinton, Jr., 140, 175, 1 Crow, John Dale, 303 Crowder, Liz V., 334 Crowe, Robert Edward, 270 Crumbley, Randy Gary, 259, 319 Crutcher, William Thomas, 172, 2 283 Crutchfield, Patricia, 304 Cuchen,s Victor Henry, Jr., 319 Cuevas, Lloyd Anthony, 283 Cunningham, Ann Shelby, 158, 2 283 Cunningham, Larry Lamont, 270 Cunningham, Larry W., 253, 334 Curran, James Michael, 261, 283 Curtin, James Edward, 243, 283 Curtis, Cooper, E., Jr., 304 Custy, Jane Catherine, 183, 334 Cutcliff, Martha, 283 D Dabbs, Gilford Fortner, 163, 283 Dabbs, Mark B., 245, 334 Dail, James Russell, 243, 304 Dale, James Albert, 270 Dale, John Lipscomb, 259. 319 Dalehite. William Moore, 253, 304 Dalton, Lonnie Coleman, 160 270 Daly, Helen Elizabeth, 148, 304 Daly, Ruth Alice, 223, 283 Daniel, Daney Adeline, 215, 331 Daniel, Dorothy Ann, 304 Daniel, Lloyd C., 283 Danley, Dottie Jean, 283 Dannaway, Jan C., 283 Darling, Charles Milton, 270 Daughton, Martha Jane, 158, I Davenport, John Wayne, 270 Davidson, Frances Ann, 176, 32 Davidson, Glen Harris, 140, 164 Davidson, Ronald M., 172, 176, Davis, Bobbye B., 261, 270 Davis, Brenda Beth, 225, 334 Davis, Carl F., 241, 304 Davis, Carolyn Faye, 304 Davis, Charles Neil, 166, 180, 2 Davis, Charles Ray, 134, 270 Davis, Curtis Reed, 273 Davis, Della, 140, 320 Davis, Don Monroe, 235, 304 Davis, Erma Jayne, 334 Davis, Errett Evans, Jr., 270 Davis, Floyd Millard, Jr., 167, 2 Davis, Henry S., Jr., 166, 270 Davis, James Harvey, 140, 18: 320 Davis, Jan Poitevent, 211, 219, 2 Davis, Katie Ernst, 289 Davis, Leonard B., Jr., 320 Davis, Michael Lewis, 304 Davis, Norman Edward, 284 Davis, Robert Earl, 160, 270 Davis, Sid D., 334 Davis, S. Sue, 225, 334 Davis, Winston R., 143, 304 Day, James aBtson, 220 Daykin, Jon J., 284 Dean, Linda Virginia, 215, 304 Dean, Michael Roy, 182, 304 Dean, William Joseph, 255, 284 Deare, James Davidson, 304 Dedeaux, Jimmy Glen, 170, 251 Dedeaux, Suzanne Marie, 304 Dediego, Sandra Eileen, 320 Deepak, Kul, 270 Deering, Paul, Eugene, 284 Dees, James E. , 270 Dehmer, Joseph, 166, 270 Delevett, Philip Sanders, 320 Delgadillo, Ligia Pilar, 304 Deline, Donald Arthur, 148, 15 304 Dellinger, Marlin Charles, 251, 1 Delmas, Robert Arthur, 334 Deloach, May Perry, 284 Dement, Evelyn Lynn, 158, 217. Dement, John Ernest, 247, 320 Demetz, Robert, 270 Deming, Charles Ellis, 251, 320 Denham, Ennis Paul, Sr., 160, 3 Dennis, Ronald Wayne, 284 Dennis, Walter Michael, 247, 32 Densing, Gary Lane, 140, 284 Densing, Lani Lee, 83, 140, 17: 334 Dent, Jo Currie, 173, 304 Denton, William Lyman, 144, 2 Deterly, William Henry, 255, 33 Dewees, Dianne Mann, 158, 217. Dewees, Herbert E., 155, 243, 30 Dewelles, Roy 0., 237, 334 Dewitt, Michael Traviss, 284 Dexter, Elizabeth G., 225, 284 Diamond, Dalton Evan, 145, 33 Diket, Merrill Edward, 257, 33, Dilworth, Hal Conn, 304 Dixon, Roger Brent, 243, 320 Dobbs, S. Carter, Jr., 237, 320 Dogett, John E., 140, 159, 169, 3 Doherty, Charles L., 160, 271,30 Doiron, Gregory Oliver, 334 Dollar, Carlos Ray, 169, 334 Donald, Sherry Ann, 158, 215, 2 Donald, William Duncan, Jr., a Donaldson, William S., 320 Dorich, Barbara Kay, 334 Dorr, Larry A., 334 Dorrill, George Lee, 237, 320 Dorsey, Warren Candler, 247, 3: Dossett, Anita Kathryn, 225, 33, Dossett, Charlotte Ann, 221, 321 Dougherty, Sally Ann, 335 Douglas, Harold, 284 Dowdy, Robert W., 304 Downer, Don Newsom, 245, 320 Downer, Joan Elaine, 153, 219, Doyle, Dennis, Albert, 251, 335 Drake, Carl E., 245, 284 Drew, Raymond Michael, 261, 2( Driskell, Mitchell Orvis, 171, 24: Dubard, John Allen, 175, 181, 30, Dubois, George, 251, 320 Duckworth, Dale Lee, 235, 304 Duckworth, Joseph William, 165 Dudley, Lawrence Morgan, 247, Duke, Douglas R., 255, 335 Dulin, James Thomas, 271 Dunavant, William Akin, 259, 2E Dunaway, Penny Corine, 223, 28 Dunaway, Phil Ray, 271 Duncan, James David, 284 Duncan, Nancy Carol, 225, 320 Dunmire, Lois Jean, 335 Dunn, C. Edward, 320 Dunn, Linda Lee, 178, 213, 320 Dunn, Martha McCurley, 219, 335 Dunn, Walter Carson, 304 Durant, Frederick, P., 271 Dycus, Vickie Elizabeth, 231, 335 Dye, William Martin, 166, 271 Dyer, Howard, 164, 271 Dyre, Arnold Douglas, 253, 335 Earnheart, Billie Joyce, 83, 173, 227, 320 Earls, Ray Clarke, 253, 284 Earthman, Frances Kay, 320 Earthman, Nellanne, 158, 181, 284 Easley, Everette John, 151, 155, 63, 235, 320 Eastland, James Donald, 243, 335 Eaton, Brenda Sue, 217, 335 Eavenson, Robert Dennis, 304 Ebbing, Joan Ramey, 136, 155, 225, 284 Ebbon, Joyce Ramey, 136, 152, 173, 176, 225, 284 Edmonds, Sandra M., 284 Edmonds, Suezann, 284 Edmondson, A. Jo, 163, 227, 284 Edmondson, Ben Garrett, 245, 284 Edmondson, Frederick E., 335 Edwards, Betty Joan, 320 Edwards, Bobby Dewitt, 146, 259, 284 Edwards, Henry Banks, 284 Edwards, Renry Cornelius, 160, 271 Edwards, James S., 251, 304 Edwards, Julian H., 239, 271 Edwards, Lewis Daniel, 320 Edwards, William H., 320 Eggleston, Stephanie, 174, 225, 304 Ehrlich, Stephen Marc, 249, 320 Einhaus, John Carl, 271 Elder, Barbara Ann, 158, 173, 304 Elkins, James Carlton, 335 Ellard, Barbara Jean, 320 Elliot, James A., 263, 335 Elliott, Joe T., 320 Elliott, Judy Carol, 227, 335 Elliott, Thomas Franklin, 320 Ellis, Clyde Allen, 142, 167, 320 Ellis, Guy Kenner, 271 Ellis, Marylyn Page, 217, 335 Ellis, Nancy Lee, 215, 320 Ellis, Randy, 284 Ellison, Patricia Ann, 136, 215, 285 Ellzey, Jane, 225, 320 Ellzey, Judy, 225, 320 Ellzey, Susan Gwendolyn, 227, 320 Elmore, Joseph David, 304 Else, Donna Ruth, 231, 304 Emil, Par, 304 Enchelmayer, Jean Gay, 304 English, Kitty Darnall, 221, 285 Epting, James M., Jr., 285 Erichsen, Carl S., 335 Eskridge, Jeremy J. 166, 271 Estes, Herman Donald, 304 Etter, Gay, 304 Etz, James B., 239, 320 Eubank, Larry Eugent, 285 Eubanks, Diane Breedlove, 304 Eubanks, Franklin G., 237, 335 Eubanks, Helen Ruth, 182, 231, 335 Evans, Donnie Herbert, 304 Evans, Jack Edward, 320 Evans, John L., 241, 320 Evans, Kirk Ed, 285 Evans, Patricia Ann, 176, 320 Evans, Thomas C., 259, 320 Everett, Benjamin Johnson, 144, 239, 304 Everett, George, 247, 285 Everett, Keren Ellen, 217, 335 Everett, Peter C., 285 Ewing, Bill Tucker, 320 Ezell, Joe H., 259, 320 Ezell, Margaret Ann, 320 F Fair, Eugene Love, 247, 335 Fair, Margaret Devane, 219, 321 Fair, Stewart Lyons, 217, 285 Fairchild, Beverly. 335 Fancher, Jerry Dale, 304 Faneca, Cyril Thomas, 239, 285 Farese, John Booth, 321 Farmigoni, Robert Frank, 321 Farr, Bonnie Eva, 155, 173, 227, 304 Farrar, Robert L., Jr., 259, 321 Fatherree, John P., 255, 321 Faulk, Mary Dana, 221, 321 Faulkner, Tom Lee, 321 Favret, Connie Ann, 227, 335 Faure, Camile Nannette, 173, 174, 221, 321 Favret, Connie Ann, 335 Feemster, Sara Anne, 153, 176, 221, 304 Feibelman, Nathan Donald, 257, 335 Feltenstein, Ned Arnold, 253, 335 Fenstermacher, Nancy Lynn, 225, 335 Ferguson, Becky, 321 Ferguson, Margaret, Ellen, 225, 321 Ferrell, Valena Sondra, 304 Field, David, 335 Field, Richard Joseph, 285 Files, Karen Elaine, 321 Fillare, Joseph Paul, 305 Findley, Robert Dennis, 283 Fine, Tah-houng, 271 Finger, Laura Frances, 321 Finke, Christy Richards, 321 Fisackerly, Edward C., 335 Fisher, Nathan Scott, 249, 285 Fisher, Patricia Ruth, 173, 321 Fitchett, Rita Joy, 175, 231, 183, 32 Fitzgerald, Mike, 32 Fitzgerald, Zeb Felder, 285 Fitzgibbons, Roger S., 261, 285 Flannagan, Claudette, 285 Flanagan, Martha Mandy, 335 Fleming, Bonnie Jane, 213, 335 Flinn, George Shea, 159, 169, 259, Flowers, Carroll Leslie, 259, 305 Floyd, Lewis Rawan, 154, 170, 285 Floyd; Martha Ross, 158, 229, 305 Floyd, Tom Sledge, 255, 305 Flynt, Patricia Orr, 285 Flynt, Roger. Mayo, 271 Flynt, Sara Charlotte, 173, 21.1., 1 283 Foote, Claude Eugene, 255, 305 Ford, Cecil Atha, 154, 247, 271 Ford, Dennis Murphree, 243, 283 Ford, Gail Grace, 173, 213, 321 Ford, Janet Lynn, 335 Ford, John Warren, 285 Ford, Lou Anne, 285 Ford, Tommy, 255, 321 Fore, Thomas F., 239, 335 Foregger, Herbert Von, 243, 305 Fornea, Ray Larry, 245, 305 Forrest, Beverly Sue, 227, 335 Forsyth, James H., 164, 271 Fortenberry, Fred Smith, 160, 237, Fortinberry, Eugene V., 321 Foster, Arthur Gerald, 264, 285 Foster, Beth Meriwether, 223, 305 Foster, Lee Pryor, 155, 163, 173, 1 221, 305 Foster, Marilyn Pauline, 335 Foster, Robert Irwin, 239, 335 Foster, Stephen Roy, 239, 335 Foster, Wilson Jerome, Jr., 321 Fowler, Becky Ann, 156, 181, 221, : Fowler, Ronald Frederick, 301 Fox, Jimmy Charles, 321 Fox, Larry I., 160, 271 Foxworth, Richard D., 164, 271 Fraley, Charles C., 305 Francheschi, Renaldo, 271 Franco, Michael James, 239, 335 Franklin, Lannon Demar, 285 Franklin, Ron A., 255, 285 Franklin, Sara Blanche, 213, 305 Franks, Royce H., 255, 335 Fraser, Shelley, 153, 219, 321 Frazer, Dan, 305 Frazier, Lonnie Vernon, 165, 271 Frazier, John Dwight, 285 Fredd, Allen W., 263, 285 Frederick, Fred, 305 Fredrickson, Nancy Anne, :140, 1 221, 305 Freeman, John C., 235, 285 Freeny, Carolyn Smith, 305 French, Barbara C., 174, 221, 321 French, Bobbye Jean, 217, 285 French, Susan Louise, 227, 335 Frey, Donald Edward, 335 Fridge, Jean L., 285 Fruge, Don Luis, Frykholm, Randall William, 271 Fuller, Rachael Lois, 173, 223, 285 Funderburk, William Laney, 285 Fuqua, George Thomas, 305 Furr, Sarah Eva, 152, 173, 219, 285 Fuson, Elisabeth Gail, 173, 174, 335 Fyfee, Charles W., 178, 335 Fyfe, Lady Margaret, 178, 182, 2: 286 G Gafford, William Thomas, 148, 336 Gaines, eBnji Mac, 255, 286 Gaither, Thomas A., 146, 167, 169, 1 ' 286 Galloway, Craddock D., 271 Galloway, Glenn Howard, 259, 305 Galloway, Robert Charles, 167, 21 286 Gamard, Judith Ann, 182, 286 Gambrell, William Robert, 286 Gammill, Gordon A., 239, 336 Gammill, Johnny C., 154, 247, 286 Gammill, Sam Hooper, 271 Banji, Frerick Rick, 146, 336 Gann, 0. Wayne, 286 Gannon, Robert McClean, 286 Gardner, Amanda C., 227, 286 Gardner, Louise Michele, 219, 305 Garlic, William Stewart, 321 Garner, Dewey Duane, 134, 160, 21 271 Garner, James E., 127 Garner, Lee, 321 Garner, Onyx Pickney, 261, 321 Garner, Sarah Elizabeth, 140, 17: Garrett, Patricia Lorita, 173, 22: Garrison, Joseph Edmond, 321 Garth, Gayle, 173, 221, 305 Gary, John Wesley, 257, 305 Garzik, Joseph Stanley, Jr., 255, Gaslon, Chester Davis, 321 Gastrell, Henry Martin, 145, 247 Gates, Charles G., 245, 321 Gatlin, Thomas Richard, 305 Gay, Marvin Joseph, 148, 154, 28 Gayden, John Overton, 151, 255, Gean, Ruth Ann, 158, 305 Geiselman, Charles Wayne, 165, Geisenberger, Sam, 239, 336 Geisler, John Francis, 286 Genin, Robert L., 286 Gennin, George S., 305 Gentry, Robert Douglas, 253, 321 Gerhart, Lucy, 217, 305 Gerrard, Jo Guyton, 305 Gibert, Jere, 176, 217 Gibson, Janice Catherine, 286 Gibson, William J., 165, 305 Giffen, Carol, 173, 305 Gilder, Jerry, 321 Gilfoy, James R., 271 Gill, Newton Gregg, 253, 336 Gillespie, George Yancey, 151, 176, 241, 305 Gillespie, Joanne, 219, 305 Gillespie, Mary Helen, 213, 305 Gillespie, Rosalyn Ann, 286 Gillespie, William Barry, 257, 331 Gilley, Rusty, 321 Gillingham, Henri Etta, 305 Gillis, S. Elizabeth, 286 Gillis, William S., 286 Gilluly, Mary Jane, 153, 221, 321 Ginsburg, Ellen Sue, 321 Glasson, William A., 286 Glaze, Stephen Jordan, 247, 321 Glover, Hampton Wingfield, 134, 271 Gochnaner, Carl Raymond, 271 Godwin, Patty Jo, 182, 211, 213, 1 Godwin, Ronald Howard, 159, 259 Godwin, Wesley Edward, 140, 170, 286 Goldman, Frank B., 305 Goldman, Thomas W., 321 Goldsby, Dean, 158, 173, 180, 181 Gong, Kung Woo, Jr., 305 Gooch, Lydia Joyce, 158, 213, 281 Goodman, Jeanie, 158, 231, 286 Gordon, Joseph Decell, 164, 272 Gore, Thomas Olin, 286 Gorin, Barbara Jessie, 321 Gorton, Walter Mack, 243, 286 Gootshall, William R., Jr., 259, Goulding, Eugene B., 286 Gowan, William Alexander, 243, 2 Gower, John H., 321 Goza, M. Susan, 217, 305 Graeber, Charles Lewis, 154, 255, Graeber, Rayner, 255, 321 Gragson, George, 243, 321 Graham, Hardy P., 167, 253, 280 Graham, Ida, Hervey, 213, 336 Graham, Karen Anne, 223, 321 Graham, Michael Francis, 336 Graham, William Earl, 336 Gramling, Robert E., 159, 167, 259, 286 Grant, Phyllis Miller, 156, 158, 286 Grantham, Cindy, 178, 225, 286 Grantham, Kirk Pinkerton, 239, 2 Grantham, Larry L., 154, 235, 305 Grantham, Samuel Robert, 287 Gratz, Stephanie Jo, 158. 223, 305 Graves, Jerry Thomas, 305 Graves, Pat Henry, 160, 272 Graves, Sam Ervin, 336 Graves, Virginia Ann, 287 Gray, David Montgomery, 287 Gray, Gloria Jayne, 173, 180, 287 Gray, Martha Lynn, 219, 287 Green, Bobby Gene, 287 Green, Christopher Ray, 239, 321 Green, Elizabeth Ann, 305 Green, George W., 322 Green, John Barrett, 170, 247, 305 Green, Sally Jean, 227, 336 Green, Sharon Hall, 175, 215, 322 Greene, James Martin, 287 Greene, Richard Oscar, 287 Greenwell, William Scott, 245. 322 Greer, Alfred Walter, 255, 322 Greer, William Grady, 336 Gremillion, Sidney R., 160, 237, 2 ' Griffin, Erwin Cason, Jr., 305 Griffin, Glenn Clifton, 272 Griffin, Janet Ann, 175, 219, 306 Griffin, Sue Ellen, 223, 287 Griffin, Sedgie Ford, 253, 322 Grimes, Lynda Ann, 336 Grishman, David B., 322 Grissom, Janice Sue, 336 Grubbs, Clinton Julian, 322 Grubbs, Deitra Elaine, 231, 322 Grombmyer, Robert Lawrence, 2 Guest, Phyllis Merida, 225, 336 Guion, Victoria A., 173, 215, 287 Gulledge, Billy Ralph, 336 Gullett, James Michael, 239, 306 Gulley, Robert L., 272 Gunn, William Carl, 239, 306 Gunter, Jan, 223, 336 Guttery, John M., 306 Guyton, David Lee, 142, 167, 257 Guyton, Gretta Holt, 142, 257, 287 Guyton, Robert Allan, 336 H Haas, Nicholas McLeod, 164, 272 Hadley, Carolyn Anne, 173, 306 Hagerman, Carolyn Fracnes, 222 Haglan, Burl on W., 272 Hailey, William A., 306 Hale, Anthony, 306 Hale, Gerald Lamar, 159, 336 Hale, Martha Jane, 287 Haley, Suzanne, 219, 306 Hall, Billy Don, 287 Hall, Brenda Zelle, 227, 336 Hall, Claude Tully, 322 Hall, Donald George, 245, 306 Hall, James C., 261., 306 Hall, John Travis, 336 Hall, Karon Brown, 287 Hall, Mary Neal, 219, 287 Hall, Sandra Nell, 221, 336 Hall, Sylvia Ann, 183, 336 Halliday, Roberta Mae, 211, 225, Hamachek, Annabelle Ellen, 174, 322 Hamachek, Don D., 253, 306 Hamberlin, Kathy, 158, 223, 322 Hamill, Robert Wallace, 253, 306 Hamilton, James D. T., 322 Hamilton, James Edwin, Jr., 322 Hamilton, Jimmy Vines, 146, 128, 336 Hamilton, Julia Sullivan, 221, 321 Hamilton, Marsha L., 217, 287 Hamilton, Patricia Lee, 173, 306 Hamilton, Sarah Janet, 217, 322 Hammond, Keene Gwynn, 239, Hammond, Sara Jane, 140, 153, 322 Hamner, Judith Douglass, 213, X. Hanberry, Linda Dawn, 336 Hanbery, Glyn William, 148, 154, 259, 287 Hancock, Mary Ann, 217, 336 Handy, Stella Gilleas, 83, 173, 223 Haney, Glenda Sue, 336 Hankins, Barbara Lynn, 306 Hankins, Kaye, Ellen, 221, 306 Hanna, Ronald V., 264, 287 Hansen, Sheila Diane, 225, 336 Harbour, Nan P., 287 Hardin, Ann, 227, 287 Hardin, Dianne, 173, 287 Hardin, Regenia C., 221, 306 Hardy, Ellen, Annette, 336 Hargraves, John Lee, 322 Harkey, Ruth Carolyn, 272 Harkins, Deborah Ann, 306 Harlan, William Betts, 160, 261, 3 Harmon, Barbara Jeanne, 140, 178, 221, 322 Harp, Lindsay Hale, 237, 287 Harper, Addie Elizabeth, 225, 322 Harper, Bryan Brand, 253, 322 Harper, Harriet Loyd, 136, 175, 223, 287 Harper, John Wyatt, 336 Harper, Nolan Sidney, 164, 261, 27 Harper, Randall D., 306 Harrell, Griffin Holmes, 259, 306 Harrell, Guy B., 255, 287 Harrell, Rebecca Sue, 322 Harrington, Brad, 172, 251, 287 Harrington, Frank W., 257, 306 Harrington, Michael W., 287 Harris, Barbara Ann, 153, 178, 219 Harris, Glenda Ruth, 336 Harris, Jan, 83, 173, 176, 223, 306 Harris, John Robert, 322 Harris, Marilyn Frances, 221, 306 Harris, Ronald Douglas, 322 Harris, Samuel B., 287 Harrison, Edgar Thomas, 336 Harison, George C., 145. 287 Harrison, John Carl, 322 Harrison, Louise S., 227, 322 Harrison, Sybil Marie, 287 Hartley, Jean Alice, 173, 336 Hartley, Joseph Cullen, 154, 253, 2 Harty, John, 257, 336 Harvey, Caro Green, 272 Harvey, James B., 306 Harvey, Thomas Clower, 134, 166, 272 Harwood, Roseann E., 223, 306 Haskins, Helene Louise, 219, 287 Hasler, Scott, Garner, Jr., 322 Hathorn, Ronnie Lawson, 336 Hauberg, Robert E., 167, 237, 306 Haven, Louis Franklin, 336 Hawkins, James 0., 259, 336 Hawkins, James Orville, 143, 322 Haworth, Pamela Marshall, 178, 225, 336 Hayden, Joe, 160, 287 Hayles, George Carlton, 239, 287 Hayman, Edwin F., 178, 247, 322 Haynes, Henry William, 145, 167, 253, 288 Haynes, M. P., 253, 288 Haynie, Charyl Anne, 223, 322 Hayward, Edward Clyde, 170, 172, 288 Hayward, Margaret, 336 Heard, Cullum Jefferson, 165, 272 Heard, Homer Brooks, 261, 322 Hearn, Baxter Kyle, 306 Heath, Bobby Terrell, 306 Hecker, Patrick Richard, 306 Hadgepeth, James Thomas, 183, 323 Hedges, Stephen Fred. 336 Heggie, Wallace Eugene, 140, 306 Heidel, Roy E., 306 Heitzman, Brad, 306 Hellums, Betty Ann, 183, 322 Hellums, Winifred Ruth, 183, 336 Helms, Robert Carl, 337 Hemer, Anna Evellyn, 153, 158, 178, 227, 322 Hemleben, Scott Parker, 288 Hemphill, Judy Lee, 211, 219, 322 Hemphill, Ralph William, 306 Henderson, Carolyn Jane, 227, 288 Henderson, Handley Lamar, 146, 176, 322 Henderson, Pamela Jean, 322 Henderson, Willis Walley, 160, 272 Hendricks, Mary Lynn, 306 Henley, Edward Leslie, 306 Henrich, Betsy Harper, 215, 322 Henry, David Berch, 261, 306 Henry, Mary Katherine, 223, 337 Henson, Charles G., 288 Herbert, Durwood D., 306 Herbowy, Taras John, 306 Herndon, James Ray, 253, 322 Herrera, Anthony, 257, 306 Herrin, Carol Ann, 288 Herring Hartwell Cushman, 148, 288 Herring, J. C., 306 Herrington, Michael, 259, 322 Herrington, Wayne, 337 Hester, Beverly Merle, 83, 337 Hester, Kathryn Healy, 140, 175, 225, 306 Heth, Dennis Lee, 251, 337 Hewes, Mary Henderson, 223, 288 Heyward, Susan Patricia, 178, 213, 229, 322 Hickman, Dixie Ellse, 153, 174, 175, 182, 223, 322 Hickman, Travis Gerald, 272 Hicks, Beverly Anne, 306 Higginbotham, Carolyn, 288 Higginbotham, James E., 166, 272 Higginbotham, John M., 322 Higginbotham, Larry Ford, 257, 288 Higgins, Carroll Jane, 221, 337 Hill, Billy John, 140, 307 Hill, Eddie Joe, 323 Hill, Harold Ex, 323 Hill, Helen Katherine, 213, 288 Hill, John Martin, 251, 337 Hill, Mary Virginia, 213, 323 Hill, Raymond Carl, 307 Hill, Robert L., 307 Himelstein, Arnold, 288 Himes, Raymond Eugene, 255, 337 Hindman, Stanley Chatham, 323 Hines, Sally Moore, 229, 288 Hinson, Jon Clifton, 253, 288 Hinton, Ben Terry, 288 Hinton, Joe Lloyd, 307 Hipp, Max Davis, 175, 181, 323 Hirst, Suzanne, 337 Hitt, Lesbeth, 173, 219, 288 Hiza Jerome Prichard, 263, 337 Hobart, Margaret Ann, 178, 323 Hobby, Jean Edgerton, 174, 217, 288 Hock, Gene, 164, 237, 272 Hock, June Hightower, 272 Hodges, Franklin Wayne, 307 Hodges, William Clark, 323 Hogue, Lloyd Eades, 151, 251, 323 Holbrook, Jackie Emile, 337 Holland, Barbara Sue, 227, 337 Holland, Faye Virginia, 227, 288 Holland, James Harrison, 243, 337 Holland, Sonja Kay, 337 Holland, Wayne Dennis, 288 Holley, Skipper, 307 Hollingsworth, Jeff F., 167, 175, 247, 307 Hollingsworth, John Glenn 259, 337 Hollis, Jay Lawrence, 323 Holloway, Dale Patricia. 288 Hollowell, Thomas Linder, 323 Holman, Marian D., 183, 323 Holmes, Miller Payne, 154, 167, 178, 307 Holmes, Milly, 227, 337 Holmes, Sidney G., 307 Holmes, William D., 166, 255, 272 Holstein, Norman Richard, 307 Homich, George H., 239, 307 Hood, Jeffrey E., 239, 307 Hooker, Judith Carol, 288 Hope, William Madison, 255, 323 Hopkins, Alben Norris, 272 Hopkins, Lyn, 158, 211, 221, 288 Hoppen, James Edward, 136, 307 Hopper, Jo Ann B., 173, 225, 337 Hopper, William Clayton, 251, 309 Horn, Edward David, 307 Horn, Lynda McAlpin, 307 Home, Michael Allan, 167, 247, 307 Horvath, Edward Joseph, 337 Hottinger, Kent Robert, 272 Houston, Reuben Kidd, 164, 243, 272 Houston, Sandra Kay, 158, 219, 323 Houston, Thomas Ford, 337 Hovater, Noble Owen, 253, 307 Hovious, John William, 323 Howard, Ernest E., 307 Howard, John A., 288 Howard, Sara Christine, 227, 337 Howell, Benny T., 307 Howell, Bobby Burton, 272 Howel l, James Milton, 323 Howell, Keith G., 159, 288 Howell, Prentice L., 272 Hubbard, Karla Kaye, 161, 213, 323 Huckaby, Frankie Wearon, 323 Huddleston, Betty Kennedy, 288 Hudgins, James Judson, 134, 167, E 248, 307 Hudson, Alcus Ray, 160, 307 Hudson, Ann Broome, 158, 307 Hudson, Carroll Walker, 307 Hudson, Charlie A., 154, 307 Hudson, Hannis Herndon, 144, 241, 2 Hudson, John Allen, 307 Hudson, Parter, 160, 307 Hudson, R. R. 160, 257, 272 Hudson, Stephanie, 307 Huey, Robert Edward, 337 Huff, J. Knox, 253, 323 Huffman, Dennis Lee, 154, 288 Hughes, Becky Ann, 178, 225, 323 Hughey, Ronald Erwin, 288 Hulgan, Robert Earl, 288 Hummel, Mimi, 225, 337 Humphreys, Edwin Coleman, 307 Humphreys, Jessie Yancey, 221, 307 Hunt, Richard Dean, 307 Hunter, Dannye Lee, 164. 272 Hunter, Leslie Byron, 167, 307 Hunter, Michael, 165, 337 Hupp, Ulric Leroy, 323 Hurst, George G., 307 Hurt, David H., 255, 288 Hussey, Cecil Dossett, 160, 272 Hussey, Edwin C., 255, 337 Hutchcraft, Winn Varnon. 241, 307 Hutcheson, E. Nelson, 288 Hutchins, Richard A., 251, 323 Hyde, Patricia Lou. 174, 227, 323 Ingle, Nancy 83, 173, 213, 289 Ingram, Douglas Wayne. 323 Ingram, Karen Joyce, 337 Ingram, Marilyn Ruth, 158. 323 Ingram, Mildred Anne, 323 Ingram, William Cade. 323 Ingrassia, Linda Dorothy. 83, 315, 31 Inmon, Michael Lundie, 174. 307 Irby, Cherly Amille, 227, 337 Irby, Braxter Pleasant, 257, 323 Irby, Frank M., 259, 307 Irland, James M. Jr., 263, 289 Ivy, Charles Milton, 164. 237, 272 Ivy, Dorothy Dell, 223, 337 Jabour, John Wayne, 170, 251, 289 Jaburg, Conrad John, 289 Jackson, C arey Marvin, 307 Jackson, Charles Sherman, 272 Jackson, Edwin Leon. 251, 307 Jackson, Joe Reid, 289 Jackson, Jimmy S., 245, 307 Jackson, Robert Thomas, 148, 257, 2. Jacobs, Jesse Earl, 307 James, John C., 337 James, Mildred Ann. 227. 289 James, William Byrd, 289 James, William Medford, 289 Jamili, David, 146, 337 Jamison, Lynda Frances. 182, 337 Jayme, John E., 243, 307 Jayne, Bruce Cranford, 134, 152, 16 167, 335. 307 Jeffcoats, Barney Ray, 289 Jenkins, Dorothy Louise, 182, 307 Jennings, Gloria, 215, 289 Jennings, Judy Lynn, 231, 337 Jeter, Richard, 323 Jobe, Patricia. 323 Joe, William, 323 Johnson, Bennie Fant, 289 Johnson, Donna Jill, 337 Johnson, Dottie, 175, 221, 308 Johnson, Gary William, 289 Johnson, James Howard, 253, 308 Johnson, Jeannie, 225, 337 Johnson, John Kimbrough, 255, 289 Johnson, Judith Ann, 231, 337 Johnson, Kathleen Dabney, 225, 308 Johnson, Larry Leo, 131, 154, 257, 271 Johnson, Martha Lynette, 308 Johnson, Mary Deshazo, 136, 289 Johnson, Robert Edward, 273 Johnson, Roger Carl, 174, 259, 308 Johnson, Rosemary, 225, 323 Johnson, Russell A., 257, 308 Johnson, Sara Ann, 180, 289 Johnson, Walter W., 337 Johnston, Sydney Carolyn, 173, 221 289 Jones, Ann Bourdeaux, 153, 163, 219 223 Jones, Cassandra C., 182, 221, 289 Jones, Cathy G., 182, 289 Jones, David Allan, 289 Jones, Donald Drummond, 255, 323 Jones, Dorothy Duncan, 155, 219, 323 Jones, Emory Davis, 308 Jones, Fern Virginia, 156, 181, 211 229, 308 Jones, Frank Wilder, 145, 235, 289 Jones, Fredric Earl, 165, 308 Jones, George Evans, 273 Jones, Gerald Lynn, 308 Jones, Hal Trotter, 170, 172, 289 Jones, Harris Webster Jr., 323 Jones, Horace Perry, 273 Jones, James Carroll, 308 Jones, James H., 323 Jones, Jennifer, 174, 225, 323 Jones, Lester Willie, 337 Jones, Margaret Elizabeth, 158, 219 323 Jones, Marvin Carey, 337 Jones, Mary Launa, 173, 308 Jones, Randolph Eugene, 182, 235, 337 Jones, Robert Major, 255, 289 Jones, Roger Tilden, 245, 308 Jones, Sharon Anne, 153, 225, 323 Jones, Stephen, 245, 337 Jones, Thomas Crawford, 151, 323 Jones, Ton y E., 251, 337 Jones, William Murphy, 308 Jordan, Charles S., 235, 323 Jordan, German Eubank, 289 Jordan, Hilliard Earl Jr.. 167, 257, 323 Jordan, Mary Carolyn, 337 Jordan, Sara Catherine, 219. 337 Jordy, Stephanie Alethia, 83, 217, 288 Joseph, Richard Joseph, 337 Josephson. Leigh Victoria, 221, 337 Joyner, Vicki Mae, 337 Judge, Judy Kay, 223, 323 Judge, Mary Belle, 273 Jue, Albert, 308 Jue, Betty Diamond, 337 Jue, George Henry, 308 Jue, Jessie. 323 Jue, Lilly Faye. 323 Justice Laura Mairs, K Kalif, Barbara Adgia, 213, 289 Kamman, John Newman, 308 Kane, Virginia M., 289 Kaplan, Harry Morris, 289 Karkhanis, Pramod P., 273 Kasper, Ronald James, 308 Kavanaugh, Mary W., 176, 182, 217, 338 Kay, Stratford, 338 Kees, Susan, 223, 324 Keesee, Morris J., 324 Keffer, Sandra Rae, 308 Kelley, Alva Lynne. 173, 213, 289 Kelly, James C., 338 Kellum, Thomas Boyd, 243. 338 Kelso, Kenneth Wayne, 324 Kemp, Mendal Gene, 308 Kendrick. Lucy Quinn, 338 Kerman, Judith 173. 217, 289 Kenny. Margaret R., 213, 289 Kent, B. Jack, 273 Kent, Gavle S., 273 Kent, John W.. 338 Kerr. Carolyn Lee, 136, 140, 153, 182, 217, ?89 Kerr, Carolyn Reddoch, 213, 324 Kerr. Glenn. 338 Kersting, Elizabeth Anne, 324 Kessin ger, Donald E.. 259, 290 Key, James Harold. 290 Keye, Karol Jean, 173. 176 223, 290 Keye. Patti Lynne, 223 338 Keyes, Jimmy Elton, 238 Klaus, Judith Hall, 221. 324 Killingsworth. Ann, 140. 153 225. 324 Johnny Max, 259, 338 Phyl Jane. 324 Kimble, Kay Compton. 178, 223, 290 Kimbrough, Hallie E., 219, 324 Kimbrough, Sarah E., 175, 182, 219, 290 Kinard, George M., 324 Kinard, John M., 338 Kinard, Virginia Jean, 223, 338 Kincaid, Virginia Carol, 215, 324 King, James Johnsey, 290 King, John Wallace, 174, 290 King, Mary Louise, 273 King, 0. Gwen Lamar, 144, 290 King, Patricia Elizabeth, 223, 324 King, Roger T., 263 Kinkade, Frank Shelton, 273 Kipp, Karen Dean, 83, 153, 219, 324 Kirby, William Vance, 253, 308 Kirk, Larry Dale, 159, 324 Kitchell, James Robert, 290 Kitchen, James Ancel, 273 Kleier, George W., 324 Klenner, Gertrude Louise, 153, 178 215, 324 Klenner, Mary Anne, 215, 290 Kline, Adrienne Leland, 213, 308 Kline, Henry Blue, 324 Klotz, Carmen Susan, 174, 225, 308 Klotz, Paul William, 259, 290 Klyce, Diane, 186, 210, 211, 221, 290 Knight, Georgia Elizabeth, 308 Knight, James T., 238 Knight, James Wayne, 308 Knight, Susan Elisabeth, 153, 178, 183 224 Knotts, Jerry Wayne, 308 Knowlton, Sam Dove, 134, 164, 273 Knox, Edwin B., 338 Knox, James Doran, 235, 338 Koen, Donald Franklin, 259, 273 Kondor, William Michael, 290 Krause, John D., 235, 324 Kroeker, Edwin Errol, 338 Krug, Carol 0., 324 L Laberge, Marianne, 219, 290 Lackey, Ken, 243, 308 Lacy, Arthur Allen, 143, 290 Lacy, Don Preston, 273 Lacy, Sarah Kay, 217, 324 Ladner, Claude Julius, 174, 253, 308 Ladner, Heber Austin, 144, 167, 247 208 Laduc, Raymond Paul, 308 Laird, Henry Gray Jr., 253, 338 Lamar, Julia Mayfield, 324 Lamb, Thomas L.. 155, 257, 290 Lamey, Ronald William. 308 Lamkin, William W., 273 Land, Barry Dwight. 308 Lane, Becky, 221. 308 Lane, David L., 261, 308 Lane, Nancy Germany, 290 Lane, Robert A., 338 Lane, Robert Louis, 255. 290 Laney, Billy Joe, 146, 308 Langston, M. Lenora, 173. 183. 290 Lannom, Berry Laron, 255, 338 Lantrip, Bobby Bennett, 159, 324 Lape, Willard, 259, 308 Larroux, Jean F., 182. 245, 308 Larson, Betty Lou, 290 Larson, Lucie Ellen, 83, 229, 324 Larson, Mary Jane, 308 Larson, Sue, 290 Latham, Mary Jo, 308 T,atimer. Rosemary, 223. 308 Latta, Patricia Jean, 231, 338 Law. Charles E. Jr., 308 Lawhon, Andy Paul, 259. 308 Lawrence. Brad, 144, 167, 273 Lawson, Bobby Ray, 338 Lazarus. Herman Lee, 160, 273 Lea, Billy Ray, 290 Lea, Nathaniel Wilson, 171, 255, 290 Leach, Howard Owen. 273 Leach, Pamela Ann, 215, 308 Leatherman, William A., 251. 308 Ledbetter, Jacquelyn Joy, 175, 338 Lee, A. J., 169, 176, 338 Lee, Billy Lee. 338 Lee, Chyuan, 273 Lee, Dicki Crenshaw, 221, 290 Lee, Joel David. 338 Lee, Mary A.. 231, 374 Lee, Robert Dale, 273 Lee, Robert Edward, 253, 308 Lee, Ronald Wayne, 324 Lee, Tom Stewart. 273 Lee, Van E., 239, 273 Leeper, James T., 290 Leggett, Treva Anne, 215, 309 Lennon, Robert L., 273 Leonard, Betty Boyd, 221. 309 Leonard. Clark Saxon, 239. 290 Herman McCurry Jr., 309 Lessley, James Micajah 160, 309 Lester, Barbara Joan, 309 Lester, Garner Wallace. :309 Lester, George H., 259, 324 Lester, Horace Baxter Jr.. 257, 324 Lester. William Edward. 309 Levi. Dempsey 309 Clayton Taylor. 273 Lewis, Douglas B., 144, 249, 273 Lewis, James, 273 Lewis, James W. L., 273 Lewis, John Howell, 309 Lewis, Karen Ann, 338 Lewis, Larry Lisle, 245, 338 Lewis, Lynda Rhodes, 309 Lewis, Mary Patricia, 158, 290 Lewis, Ocie Vernon, 263, 324 Lewis, Robert C., 259, 324 Lewis, William Irvin, 338 Lickford, Mary Sharp, 219, 290 Ligon, Dorothy Anne, 231, 338 Ligon, Loydale Griffin, 161, 229, 324 Ligon, Waite Edward, 241, 309 Lile, John Stanley, 309 Liles, George E., 324 Lilja, Ralph B., 324 Lilly, Orley R. Jr., 273 Lindhorst, Karan Louise, 338 Lindsey, Robbie L., 227, 309 Linkroum, Nancy Bauer, 176, 309 Lippincott, John M., 237, 309 Lipscomb, Balfour McCabe, 338 Lipscomb, Joseph Randolph, 243, 338 Lipscomb, Marie McCabe, 158, 324 Lipscomb, William Beck, 140, 144, 155, 175, 181, 237, 309 Lipsey, James A., 273 Lipsey, Lorna G., 273 Lister, Charlotte Ann, 324 Little, Hampton Stennis, 166, 273 Little, Jamie Ray, 309 Little, John Patterson Jr., 309 Littlefield, Olivia Wain, 225, 290 Littlejohn, Marianna, 174, 221, 309 Livingston, Jeanne Gail, 140, 153, 163, 223, 324 Lizana, Diana Carolyn, 324 Lloyd, John B., 338 Lobrano, Edward P., 245, 273 Lobrano, Jacqueline, 290 Lobue, Lohn David, 273 Lockard, James Robert, 338 Locke, Claude Polk, 140, 251, 338 Loden, William Stephen, 338 Lofton, Harvey M., 324 Lokey, Brenda Leo, 155, 225, 309 Lokey, Marguerite, 225, 338 Lomangino, Felice V., 338 Lomangino, Heide Rotravd, 274 Lomax, John Tillman, 235, 324 Long, Charles Allen, 338 Long, Marylyn Ann, 229, 324 Loper, Amelia, 217, 324 Lorentz, Robert Parker, 247, 324 Lott, Ben Crawford, 274 Lott, C. Trent, 259, 274 Lott, William W., 239, 338 Lotterhos, Joseph Edward, 243, 324 Lotterhos, Julias Lieb, 261, 290 Lotterhos, Nancy Vadaman, 173, 291 Love, Dell, 309 Love, Hugh Marshall, 167, 255, 291 Love, James Sanford. 247, 324 Love, Jon Bartlett, 325 Love, Victoria Ann, 158, 173, 174, 219, 291 Lowrimore, Marlin Gerald, 338 Lowrance, Bill Carr, 325 Lowry, Mary Judy, 325 Lucas, Van A., 259, 339 Luckett, Ignatius Semmes, 243, 309 Luke, Glenda J., 158, 227, 291 Luke, Tommy Junior, 325 Lumbnuttz, Lucy, 338 Lundberg, Jane Ellen, 227, 338 Lurie, Robert M., 291 Lusk, Glenn Louis, 325 Lyle, Glenn, 274 Lyle, Russell Ray, 325 Lyons, Louis Clayton, 148, 291 Lynch, Sharon, 338 II McAfee, Leonard, 153, 239, 325 McAlister, Harold P., 140, 261, 338 McAnally, Jerry Charles. 309 McArthur, James Leo. 259, 325 McAvoy, Mary Jon, 338 MeBryde, Myron H., 164, 274 McCaffrey, Lewis R.. 309 McCarson, Marjorie E. 225, 325 McCarthy, James Martin. 274 McCarty, Joseph Coffee, 235. 309 McCaslin, Henry Eugene, 247, 325 McCaslin, Lorena Anne, 158. 291 McClanahan, Hal Hick, 243, 291 McClellan, Paul Harden Jr.. 160, 309 McClure, 223, 325 McClure, Mary Margaret, 231, 339 McClure, Peggy, 211, 229. 291 McCool, Edward Lewis. 237. 339 McCool, Grady Lynn. 247. 325 McCorkle, Joe Don, 159. 309 McCormick, Linda E., 155. 213. 309 McCormick, Margaret, 223, 309 McCoy, Charles Kenneth, 171, 291 McCoy, Dorsey H.. 325 McCoy. Olivia. 225, 309 McCreight, Allen, 274 McCreight, Holly Anne, 174, 225, 339 McCrory, Henry Allen, 309 McCullouch, Mary Carmille, 221, 339 McCully, Margaret Ann, 153, 156, 173, 178, 180, 181, 221, 309 McDaniel, Clarence Albert, 309 McDavitt, Richard C., 291 McDermit, John H., 169, 291 McDonnell, Sally Weems, 156, 223, 21 McDuff, Marcia Ann, 225, 309 McElhaney, Michael James, 325 McElroy, Marianne, 174, 229, 325 McElwain, Carolyn Ann, 221, 309 McElwain, Connie Cross, 174, 325 McElwee, Sandra Kay, 291 McEwen, John Cecil, 291 McFarland, Burchette S., 339 McGee, Mac, 325 McGehee, John W., 274 McGehee, Kay Frances, 158, 223, 325 McGehee, William Carl, 239, 339 McGinnis, William A., 255, 339 McGlathery, William T., 154, 247, 302 McGowan, Adele N., 219, 291 McGuire, Gloria Jeannette, 339 McGuire, Linda Scott, 274 McGuire, Louis Edward, 274 McHaney, Nancy Holland, 225, 339 McHenry, Dora H., 182, 274 Mcllwain, Bertha Vermelle, 183, 211 325 McIngvale, George S., 239, 291 McIngvale, Ginger, 227, 309 McInnis, Pat, 181, 225, 291 McIntosh, Dan Anderson, 164, 241 274, 291 McKay, Corwin Lee, 309 McKeithen, William Swayze, 309 McKellar, Milton Lane, 245, 325 McKenzie, Georgia, 223, 325 McKeown, Dorothy Carole, 152, 21 ' 325 McKibben, Dana Clifton, 325 McKinnon, Louise Rae, 173, 174, 22 ' 291 McKinstry, Robert Victor, 325 McLaughlin, James G., 325 McLaurin, John Purves, 140, 257. 31 McLaurin, Lacey Ann, 156. 219, 291 McLaurin, Maxine Coleman, 217, 31 McLean, Lenore Kimbrough, 211, 21 ' 291 McLemore, Charles William, 291 McLemore, Laura Lynn, 136, 158, 17. 231, 291 McLendon, M. Gage, 182, 217, 309 McMahan, James Turner, 325 McMillan, Wallace Edward, 247, 331 McMinn, Carol Ann. 291 McMullan, George K., 134, 142, 24 ' 291 McMullen, William Lucas, 239, 309 McNeely, Coralee, 309 McNeese, Joe Welda. 257, 339 McNelley, Donald, 325 McNew, Hosea S. Jr., 309 McPherson, Donald Reid, 243. 309 McPherson, Ann, 183, 332 McPoland, James, 247, 325 McQueen, Marvin K. 325 McRae, Alpheus Holland. 243. 274 McRae, Charles Robert, 159, 325 McRay, Thomas Alan, 264, 291 McRee, Michael Thomason, 243, 310 McRoskey, Roy L., 174, 221, 339 McWhorter, Eugene W., 274 Mabry, Betty Bean, 291 Mabus, James Thermon, 239. 338 MacDonald, Donald Grant. 325 MacDonald, Kathleen V., 213, 339 Mackey, James E., 274 Maddox, Charles, 263, 325 Maddock, Wendy Jayne, 325 Madson. James Robert. 325 Magee, Douglas M., 274 Magee, James Robert, 160, 245, 274 Maheshwari, Hermant C.. 339 Maitre, Jean Yvonne, 223, 339 Mallette, Haffie, 291 Mallette, Ja mes, Elmore, 255, 310 Mallini, Joseph, 325 Mallory, Charles Hays, 325 Malone, William Percy. 2.74 Malouf, Mayme Faye, 310 Malouf, Michael James. 339 Malvezzi, Toni Carol, 223, 251, 338 Mangiafico, James S.. 291 Manifold, George, 235. 325 Marchant, Frank A., 243, 325 Marlar, Jerry Lafayette 225 Marlin, Linda Adele. 180. 310 Marlow, Anne Lillian, 310 Marlowe, Judy, 325 Marsalis, Wilton. 325 Marshall, Mary Kathleen, 216 221 Martin, Donald 245, 210 Martin, Fred Rolfe 291 Martin, George Gilmore, 326 Martin, James Leland, 243 326 Martin, June Lovell, 219. 339 Martin, Marette Anne, 229, 339 Martin, Thomas L., 292 Martin, William M., 243, 339 Martiniere, Priscilla, 211, 219, 292 Marvel, Dennis Cruce, 339 Mashburn, Troy Luther, 134, 154, 17 257, 292 Mason, Jerry Gordon, 247, 292 Mason, Nancy, 326 Massey, Mary Nell, 292 Massi, Tony Robert, 292 Matthews, Elmer W., 339 Mattina, Rodney Anthony, 292 Maule, Francis E., 326 Maurras, Manelle P., 178, 229, Mauzey, Roger Errol, 245, 259, Mavar, Nick, Jr., 274 Maxey, Jo Ann, 310 Maxey, Dannie Catherine, 221 Maxey, John Lewis, 253, 310 Maxwell, Clyde Edwin, Jr., 21 Maxwell, John C., 326 May, Arthur Cinclair, 274 Lynn, 215, 292 Mayer, James Ivan, 172, 292 Mayer, Vella Ann, 227, 310 Mayfield, Ralph Powell, 255, 22 Mayfield, Sylvia Lee, 173, 183 Mayhall, Grace Taylor, 292 Maynard, John Henry, 261, 321 Mayo, Charlotte Rita, 227, 339 Mays, Robert Leslie, 259, 310 Meador, Alfred Lamar, 253, 22 Meason, Susan Jane, 152, 223, Medley, Archie Gene, 292 Megehee, James A., 310 Melikian, Kachy Louie, 261, 31 Mellon, Martha Clark, 219, 310 Mellon, Ronnie, 274 Mellon, Richard Curtis, 255, 31 Melograno, Frank E., 292 Melton, Floyd Mortimer, Jr., 1, 247, 310 Meredith, Judith D., 339 Merritt, Walter M., 247, 310 Metcalf, Norval George, 310 Metcalf, Susan Grey, 140, 225 Metha, Yogesh Motilal, 274 Metz, John S., 255, 310 Metz, Robert Joe, 172, 180, 24 Michael, Lattimore M.. 243, 311 Mieher, Sara Jane, 155. 229, 1 Miles, Charles Davis, 326 Miles, Ivan Ernest, 239, 326 Miller, Billy Maurice, 259, 339 Miller, Carol Ann, 326 Miller, Clair H., 263, 326 Miller, Frederic L., 239, 339 Miller, Glenn Richard. 310 Miller, John R.. 145, 171, 239, 21 Miller, John Ulrich. 274 Miller, Linda K., 225. 339 Miller, Paul Oscar, 237, 310 Miller, Ray Shelby, 339 Miller, Richard Louis. 274 Mills, Elvin Wayne, 326 Mills, Gerald Dewitt. 310 Mills, Gwen, 217, 310 Mills, Robert Tillman, 164, 274 Mills, Sherry E., 310 Mills, Wilmer R., 245. 326 Milner, Ronald A., 235. 310 Milner, William Kent, 292 Mims, Marvin T., 310 Mims. Samuel C., 292 Mistilis, Ben Arthur, 144, 261, Mitchell, Alice Jeanette, 231, . Mitchell, Annette Parra. 292 Mitchell, 213, 310 Mitchell, Charles Roy, 326 Mitchell, Judith Ann, 223, 339 Mitchell, Lester Dan, 243. 310 Mitchell, Lucy Evelyn, 338 Mitchell, Sue Powers, 223, 339 Mixon, Charles Paul, 292 Mixon, Flo Jean Cobb, 292 Mize, Rebecca Dianne. 326 Mize, Sidney Louise. 113. 223, 3 Mock, Wiley H.. 243, 310 Mohr, Terrence Bruce, 310 Monroe, Gerrard Wayne, 310 Monsour, Josenh Thomas, 1126 Montgomery, Mary Reed, 182. 1 Thomas R., 167, 2 Monti oy, Gid, 255. 326 Montjoy, Robert S., 178. 257 Moody, Alice 173. 211, 231 Moody, Hall A., 255, 339 Mooney, Emmie Lou. 274 Mooney, Pat. 223. 326 Moore, Arl Van, 134, 145, 15 247, 292 Moore, Barbara 178, 326 Moore, Billy G.. 326 More, Ellen Cook, 274 Moore, Frank Thomas. 237, 292 Moore, George McFaddyen, Moore, James G.. 292 Moore, Ryan, 310 Moore, John Roger. 167. 257. Moore, Majorie Anne, 173. 217, Moore, Montrea 310 Moore, Patricia A nn, 227. 338 Moore, Sandra Elaine, 83, 17 292 Moore, Thomas David, 274 Moore, William Frank, 140, 251 Morgan, Bettye Jean, 326 Morgan, Bobby Ray, 160, 274 Morgan, George Terrell, 160, 274 Morgan, Joe, 310 Morgan, L. James, 326 Morgan, Wanda Joy, 227, 310 Morley, Boyd Ralsa, 263, 326 Moroni, William E., 326 Moris, Edward D. 292 Morris, James Phillip, 292 Morris, John Thomas, 167, 310 Morris, John W., 326 Morris, Phillip N., 259, 339, Morris, Thomas Hanley, 247, 326 Morris, William Howard, 170, 231 Morris, William Thomas, 154, 171 Morrison, Pam, 219, 310 Morrow, John Phillip, 159, 167, 326 Morrow, Thomas Dudley, 253, 31 Mortimer, John Arthur, 243, 293 Mosal, Judith Lynn, 221 Moss, Betty Creech, 136, 293 Moss, Fred E., 134, 166, 274 Moss, John C., 146, 253, 293 Moss, Mary Joleen, 326 Mounger, William Harris, 247, 29 Mowers, Berlon F., 293 Mullendore, Sheila K., 326 Mullendore, Sylvia Jane, 339 Mullin, Patsy Anne, 217, 293 Mullins, Margaret Jane. 326 Mulville, M. Patricia, 339 Munn, Patricia, 223, 293 Murfee, Faye, 178, 227, 326 Murphey, Elizabeth, 221, 293 Murphey, Joseph B., 183, 275 Murphree, Alan Linn, 237, 339 Murphree, Mimi, 223, 293 Murphree, Thomas Beatty, 326 Murphy, Katherine Louise, 158, 223, 293 Murphy, Marilyn Dortch, 173, 182 Murphy, Mary Nell, 215, 310 Murphy, William Rule, 310 Murray, James Lynn, 310 Mutzi, Morris Vincent, 293 Myers, Bernard Carl, 275 ITT Naff, Margaret Dianne, 174, 221, Nall, Robin, 225, 340 Naro, Edward Louis, 251, 311 Nash, Jonathon Michael, 171, 231 Nassour, Ellis Michael, 144, 293 Nations, Jerrald, 275 Neel, Willard Wayne, 159, 237, Neelly, Claudia, 311 Neely, Margaret Susan, 136, 221 Neil, Janice Colguitt, 213, 326 Neill, Robert Hitt, Jr., 253, 293 Nelken, H. Benjy, 340 Nelms, Andrea Jo, 275 Nelms, Charles Merritte, 255, 326 Nelson, Gladys Augusta, 293 Nelson, James Hardin, 340 Nelson, Janet Lee, 178, 217, 311 Nelson, Judy Ann, 178, 217, 293 Nelson, Riley Wayne, 340 Nelson, Robert Lynn, 340 Nettles, Jo Ellen, 215, 311 Neubecker, Charles E., 275 Neubecker, Jeannine, 275 Neuweiler, Ted C., 243, 326 Newberry, Ronald Gene, 146, 1.7S Newcomb, Jerry, 326 Newcomb, Morris, 340 Newcomb, R. Hugo, Jr., 175, 241 Newell, Jerry E., 293 Newman, Carolyn Puryear, 136, 219, 293 Newman, James Charles, Jr., 1,9 293 Newton, Gary Thomas, 293 Ng, Samuel Yu-wai, 275 Nicholas, Buddy Ramyond. 259, Nicholas, William L.. 261, 293 Nichols, David Maxfield, 293 Nichols, Hugh Lawson. 241. 293 Nichols, Martha H., 217, 293 Nicols, Alfred George, 134, 275 Nix, Charles Ray, 160. 311 Nix, Ida Kathryn. 178, 221, 311 Nix, Jerry Ruth, 293 Noah, Catherine Adair, 221, 311 Noble, Edwin 243, 340 Noble, John W., 243, 326 Noble, Michael Towner, 261, 227 Noble, Phillip B., 327 Noblin, John Thomas. 166, 275 Nolan, Lewis Earle. 183. 340 Nord, Barbara Bakke, 275 Nord, Richard Paul, 275 Norman, Chuck, 243, 327 Norris, Nancy Ann, 227, 293 Northup, Lynne Diane, 311 Nosef, Frederick Martin, 311 Null, Thomas Calvin, 327 Nunley, William M., 340 Nunnery, Eleanor Estelle, 173, 293 Nutt, Arthur Eugene, 340 Nute, Charles Richard, 311 Nutt, Cherly Ann, 340 Nutt, David Hugh, 340 0 Oakley, Robert Edward, 340 Obeirne, HTSHRD5 ETAOI SHRDL Obeirne, Thomas Joseph, 275 Odom, Honey, 219, 293 Odom, Johnny L., 160, 311 Odom, Patricia Dale, 293 Odrago, Alicia, 340 Ogden, Tab, 83, 217, 327 Oglesbee, David F., 311 Oglesby, Jerry Leon, 294 Ogletree, Jeanine, 136, 175, 182, 231, 294 Ogletree, William Clay, 259, 294 Oleary, Robert Joseph, 340 Olson, John Edward, 311 Omas, George Anthony, 275 O ' Neal, James Morris, 259, 275 O ' Neal, Jo Ann, 340 Osborn, Clifton, 311 Osborn, Robert, 327 Osborne, Paul Edward, 275 Ostrander, William, 261, 321 Ousley, Judith Rochelle, 223, 294 Ousley, Richard Neil, 25„ 340 Outlaw, E. Lanny, 172, 294 Owen, Charles Raymond, 340 Owen, James P., 294 Owen, Janice Olita, 311 Owen, Samuel W., Jr., 172, ' 94 Owens, Lynal Jay, 239, 311 Pacchione, Massie Charles, 311 Pace, Mary Lou, 136, 175, 211, 225, 294 Paine, Ann Faulkner, 173, 221, 294 Palm, Elmer Carl, 174, 294 Palma, Robert hTomas, 264, 294 Palmer, Christopher M., 340 Palmer, Lynda Jean, 175, 227, 311 Palmer, Norman Franklin, 251, 327 Palmer, Patricia Olivia, 217, 327 Palmer, Walter H., 251, 275 Palmer, William Judson, 263, 311 Palukaitis, Anthony J., 263, 340 Pannell, Robert N., 170, 241, 294 Parimoo, Pyarelal, 275 Parker, Henry Peter, 340 Parker, Jerry Glenn, 251, 340 Parker, Richard Wayne, 154, 170, 172, 247, 294 Parker, Robert Elam, 247, 327 Parks, William Lewis, Jr., 294 Parsons, Richard Wayne, 134, 167, 294 Paschall, Charlann, 175, 213, 294 Pate, William E., 294 Patel, Dineshbhai C., 145, 311 Patterson, Aubrey Burns, 144, 171, 235, 294 Patterson, James Thomas, 327 Patterson, Phillip, 294 Patterson, V. Gay, 340 Patton, Charles, 327 Patton, William, 311 Patty, Joe Randol, 311 Paul, Rex Nelson, 340 Pauley, Patty Dee, 229, 311 Pay, Emil, Jr., 160, 311 Pavlick, Ida Joeann, 340 Payne, Alice Kay, 225, 340 Payne, Gilbert Bruce, 175, 253, 294 Payne, Jesse Nelson, Jr., 275 Payne, Lucinda Lee, 215, 340 Payne, Lucy Lee, 219, 311 Payne, Shirley Virginia, 153, 173, 176, 219, 311 Peacock, Marian Joyce, 140, 173, 327 Pearson, Earl Eugene, Jr., 327 Pearson, Ethel Ann, 215, 311 Peden, James Alton, 237, 327 Pedersen, Jack Lee, 327 Peebles, Johnny Burns, 311 Peeler, Susan Lucretia, 213. 340 Pelegrin, Lawrence Jane, 217, 294 Pendleton, Charles Sumner, 144, 164, 275 Pendleton, Melissa Ann. 173, 217, 327 Penn, Judith Hill, 223, 294 Pennebaker, Jon Griffin, 327 Peresich, Eugene Adam, 275 Peresich, Ronald Giles, 311 Perkins, Charlie, 294 Perkins, John Emmett, 239, 294 Perkins, Richie Earl, 259, 294 Perkins, Sa ndra Elaine, 227, 345 Perlstein, Maurice C., 249, 294 Permenter, Suzanne, 225, 340 Perrault, Joseph A., 245, 327 Perry, Bobby G., 164, 275 Perry, Marion McDonald, 179, 291 Perry, Marsha Rosalyn, 211, 229, 294 Perry, Mary Dianne, 142, 176, 227, 294 Person, George Douglas, 294 Petering, George Wilfred, 251, 311 Peterson, William Clinton, 327 Petkovsek, Dorothy Jean, 311 Pettigrew, Gary Keith, 327 Pettit, Robert Leslie, 243, 327 Pettit, Virginia, 311 Petty, James William, 259, 311 Pfister, Ellen Louise, 275 Phay, Andrew John, 235, 311 Phillips, Carol Jean, 158, 311 Phillips, Cary Alton, 259, 311 Phillips, Lars Ole, 245, 311 Phillips, Michael Rudd, 340 Phillips, Morris C., 327 Phillips, Robert Lewis, 142, 167, 311 Phillips, Sam H., 247, 327 Phillips, Thomas Melton, 311 Phillips, Virginia Anna, 340 Phillips, Weldon Patrick, 235, 327 Phillips, William David, 294 Phinney, William Fred, 154, 170, 294 Phyfer, Ruby Marmon, 219, 295 Pickens, William S. 295 Pickering, Robert S., 295 Pickle, Guy Warren, 154, 311 Pielak, Stanley F., 263, 340 Pierce, Janis Vaughn, 275 Pierce, Nancy Carroll, 173, 176, 311 Pierce, Rosemary, 215, 221, 327 Pierce, Tessie Merideth, 311 Pigott, Morris Edwin, 235, 295 Pilkinton, Helen House, 219, 340 Pinkerton, James Thomas, 295 Pinson, James W., 275, 295 Pitcock, Carey Lee, 146, 340 Pittman, James Acye, 165, 311 Platt, Gary Davis, 263, 311 Plumlee, Martha Anne, 340 Plunk, Billy Joe, 295 Plunk, Jerry Lee, 312 Poiencot, Glenn Paul, 174, 327 Polizzi, Lee, 295 Polsgrove, Rome Dabbs, 340 Pongetti, Anthony, 295 Pool, Robert Brooks, 239, 295 Poole, Joanna, 161, 219, 340 Pooley, Mickey C., 223, 295 Pope, Sarah Elizabeth, 275 Porter, John Arthur, 239, 340 Porter, Martha Carol, 174, 221, 312 Portera, Johnny Mellow, 327 Posey, Carolyn, 173, 312 Potti, Narayanan Dasan, 275 Potts, Hugh S., 257 Powell, Albert David, 295 Powell, Frances Valliant, 219, 295 Powell, Lewis Eddins, 167, 172, 32 Pownall, Mary Kathryn, 173, 295 Poythress, Philip Lamar, 159, 312 Prang, Clarence Dickens, 237, 340 Pratt, Archie L., 145, 295 Pray, William J., 340 Praytor, Michale Walon, 340 Praytor, Robert Ernest, 295 Preston, Carroll Lynne, 215, 340 Prewett, Rubert Powell, 174, 237, 3 Price, Betty Ann, 153, 312 Price, James Edwin Jr., 327 Price, Jim W., 255, 312 Price, Jo M., 312 Price, John David, 295 Price, Malcolm B., 255, 327 Price, Sally, 140, 183, 221, 340 Price, Wanda Jeanne, 140, 155, ; 213, 295 Prichard, Tanya Jane, 213, 327 Prichard, Valarie Gail, 213, 312 Prince, Andrew E., 251, 312 Prince, George, 327 Prince, Hugh, 341 Privette, Belle Frances, 140, 312 Proehl, Donald James, 295 Pruett, Jessie Wayne, 341 Pryor, James Thomas Jr., 235, 341 Puckett, Ann, 136, 219, 295 Puckett, Julia Alice, 219, 341 Purlfoy, Philip Bruce, 164, 275 Purnell, Paul T., 183, 251, 295 Purnell, Thomas Mitchel, 275 Pyle, William Arnold, 295 Pyles, Dixon L., 145, 327 Qualls, Peggy Dian, 312 Quessenberry, Rebecca, 225, 341 Quick, Faye, 180, 327 Quin, Cecilia Odele, 341 Quon, John Paul, 148, 295 Rabinowitz, Daniel, 249, 341 Raborn, Pat H., 261, 312 Rachedi, Hossein Nouchin, 146, 341 Radcliffe, Nancy, 173, 225, 295 Radcliffe, Terry, 174, 176, 327 Rader, John H., 295 Radler, Wilfred J., 312 Ramaswami, Palaniappa, 275 Ramay, Joyce Anne, 213, 341 Ramsay, Jane M., 213, 341 Ramsey, Jacqueline R„ 327 Randle, James Curtis, 341 Randolph, Kenneth Norris, 275 Raney, Rebecca Breedlove, 312 Rankin, Betsy, 295 Raper, Jimmy, 312 Raspberry, Lynda Lee, 312 Ratcliff, Mary Arleen, 221, 312 Ratliff, Mary Arleen, 221, 312 Ratliff, Edward Carl, 295 Ratliff, James Roy, 167, 169, 174, 295 Rawson, Glenda, 140, 153, 223, 32 ' Ray, Arthur E., 167, 253, 275 Ray, Charles Edward, 259, 312 Ray, Elizabeth Louise, 341 Ray, Evelyn Diane, 341 Ray, Henry Jonathan, 312 Ray, Jonell, 327 Ray, Mary Ann, 327 Ray, Patricia Elena, 211, 221, 295 Ray, Penny, 229, 295 Ray, Starr Lelawd, 312 Rayburn, Norma Kay, 341 Rayner, George, 295 Rea, Martha, 152, 173, 174, 176, 225, 295, 312 Rea, Merrilyn K., 217, 341 Reddoch, Janet Elizabeth, 161, 34] Redhead, John D., 245, 295 Reece, Martha Jane, 312 Reed, Jerry F., 134, 167, 275 Reed, Jimmie Cecil, 251, 312 Reed, Margaret Rebecca, 221, 296 Reed, Patricia Dianne, 312 Reed, Virginia Mann, 156, 181, 312 Reese, Jacquelyn, 231, 341 Reeves, Brenda Gale, 312 Reeves, Richard Ellis, 172, 296 Regan, William Benjamin, 235, 31; Reid, Vicki L., 156, 213, 296 Reilly, Susan Jane, 327 Reitz, Richard Scott, 341 Relyen, Susan Merry, 341 Renault, Franklin Louis, 264, 296 Renfro, Robert T., 245, 312 Rester, Thomas Edwin, 341 Reuter, J. Richard, 237, 327 Reviere, Charlotte Anne, 161, 223, Rhine, Rona Rhea, 213, 312 Rhodes, John Oren, 251, 327 Ricau, Barbara Lynn, 225, 312 Rice, Lent Irwin, 257, 327 Rice, Thomas Irwin, 257, 296 Rich, Dorothy Helen, 312 Rich, Karen Sue, 341 Richards, Grover C., 275 Richardson, Cecelia, 312 Richardson, John William, 167, • 261, 296 Richardson, Johnny A., 134, 328 Richardson, Thomas, 328 Richert, Lindley Boone, 278 Richey, Charles S., 175, 259, 341 Riddell, Jerry D., 146, 167, 169, 31 Riddell, John M., 146, 167, 169, 31 Riddell, Mary Jo, 221, 341 Riddle, Nori Lee, 341 Riggs, Jerry Ann, 173, 176, 215, 312 Riley, Larry Arnold, 259, 296 Riley, William J., 296 Rimmer, Stephen Wales, 253, 296 Ring, Joseph, 255, 328 Ring, Joseph, 255, 328 Ritchie, Ethel Marie, 221, 341 Riter, Charles B., 154, 170, 172, 296 Rivenbark, Carey Gadsden, 217, 29 Roach, John Gordon, 276 Robbins, John Norman, 312 Robbins, John Wayne, 312 Roberson, Nancy Hill, 328 Roberson, Toni, 219, 296 Roberts, Bobby Lee, 174, 341 Roberts, Joseph M., 146, 296 Roberts, Pama Lou, 296 Roberts, Phillip E., 171, 296 Roberts, William Francis, 341 Roberston, Frank Allen, 276 Robertson, Gerald Melvin, 312 Robertson, Hershel E., 328 Robertson, Hubert Cecil, 165, 276 Robertson, John Allen, 276 Robertson, Lucie Patton, 273, 296 Robinson, Beverly Gwen. 182. 213, Robinson, Jimmy Burrell, 328 Robinson, Lawrence S., 341 Robinson, Ronnie A., 341 Robinson, Sharon Eyleen, 227, 328 Robinson, William Henry, 328 Rochelle, William B., 253, 328 Rochester, James Crockett, 312 Rockey, Mighan Ann, 341 Roden, Thomas E., 312 Roebuck, Claude Morgan, 296 Rogers, Ann Spencer, 136, 140, 1 217, 296 Rogers, Bennie Mack, 160, 312 Rogers, Herbert Graham, 152, 154, 1 170, 172, 247, 296 Rogers, Howell Wade, 312 Rogers, La rry Thomas, 263, 312 Rogers, Nancy Lee, 173, 180, 215, Rogers, Ralph J., 276 Rogers, Rebecca Nell, 276 Rogers, Rosanne, 328 Rogers, Tommy Cade, 257, 313 Rogers, Tommy Bott, 276 Rogers, William Levi, 257, 296 Rollins, Elmo Avery Jr„ 276 Ronald, Hughey E., 296 Rorvig, Roland Dwight, 276 Rosalo, Peter, 328 Rose, Jimmy R., 276 Rose, Wendell Joseph, 328 Ross, Allan Semmes, 175, 181, 296 Ross, Fred A. Jr., 170, 296 Ross, Richard Lee, 160, 313 Ross, Roberta Grace, 217, 341 Ross, Sandra C., 156, 173, 217, 31: Ross, Sandra Elizabeth, 153, 328 Ross, Sylvia Pattreson, 173, 182, 296 Roth, Donald Henry, 164, 276 Rothchild, Gail Frances, 328 Rousseau, Joyce, 217, 296 Rowan, Alfred Wayne, 255, 341 Rowell, Mary Elaine, 341 Rowland, Roberta, 215, 296 Roy, Danny W., 328 Rozolsky, Wesley Benjamin, 249, : Rummell, George Albert, 276 Rush, Brenda Lynn, 176, 180, 328 Rush, Marcus L., 134, 181, 296 Rushton, Fred Wallace, 237, 341 Russell, James Franklin, 134, 167, Russell, Richard H., 165, 276 Russell, Robert Prichard, 341 Russell, Ronald Truett, 245, 328 Russell, Sara, 182, 221, 296 Rutherford, Ruth Ann, 173, 215, Rutledge, William 0., 140, 247, 291 Ryland, Kenneth Verne, 328 S Sallis, Jack, 296 Samford, Glenn Ross, 263, 313 Samons, Sallie Lynn, 328 Sanders, Benjamin H., 257, 297 Sanders, Fred Louis, 182, 297 Sanders, Harry S., 243. 341 Sanders, John Edgar, 341 Sanders, Marvin Lanier, 151, 241, Sanderson, Linda Raye, 313 Sands, Donald David, 276 Sansom, Amye Sue, 156, 181, 276 Sartin, John Ray, 245, 328 Sartor, Elizabeth Ann, 140, 163, 311 Sartor, Thomas Douglas, 297 Sartoris, Joel, 297 Sasser, Thomas Lee, 341 Sauls, Jeffrey L., 257, 341 Saunders, Nancy Elaine, 328 Savage, Peggy, 227 ,313 Scarbrough, Patricia D., 313 Scarborough, Patricia E., 313 Schad, Terry Adam, 255, 328 Schaffer, John Gorman Jr., 146, ; 328 Scharr, David Orwin, 140, 146, 276 Schilling, Nancy Kathryn, 173, 297 Schlosser, Frank Joseph, 313 Schlottman, Elliott E., 341 Schmittschmitt, Edwin C.. 264, 328 Schneibedwent, Myron, 276 Schramm, Frederick C., 235, 328 Schreiter, Spencer Louis, 328 Schubert, William A., 276 Schurtz, F. A. Jr., 251, 313 Schutte, Emil F., 313 Schwartz, Marthadele Anne, 341 Schwent, John Thomas, 237, 328 Scott, Barry Charles, 341 Scott, Betty May, 173, 297 Scott, Don Bacot, 257, 341 Scott, Elizabeth Lee, 217, 328 Scott, Mary Duran, 215, 328 Scott, Tommy Wayne, 253, 313 Scott, William Allen, 247, 341 Scrivener, James Paul, 313 Scruggs, Charles H., 276 Scruggs, Robert Pickett, 253, 328 Seabold, John Stewart, 245, 313 Seale, Ben Williamson, 255, 313 Searfus, William Henry, 313 Seawright, Joseph Power, 255. 297 Seay, Elizabeth Ellen, 221, 341 Seay, Martha Annette, 221, 341 Sebren, Homer Wesley Jr., 175, 34 Seibels, Robert Emmet, 163, 257, 32 Sellers, Carol Kern, 217, 342 Senko, Ronald John. 166, 276 Senter, Sandy C., 174, 231, 342 Serio, Samuel B., 276 Seu, Frances, 328 Seu, Frieda, 276 Seubeneau, Dennis C., 342 Sevalm, Terry Stephen, 313 Sewell, James Edward, 239, 342 Shackelford, Walter M., 140, 259, Shaffer, Dianne, 181, 213, 313 Shands, Dave Eugene, 247, 342 Shanks, Fred David Jr., 313 Shannon, Barbara Jean, 342 Shannon, William T., 313 Shappley, Nathan P., 259, 342 Sharp, William Arlan, 261, 342 Sharpe, Edward Reese, 276 Shaw, Evelyn Cole, 342 Shaw, John E., 276 Shaw, Mary Taylor, 297 Shaw, Timothy Dale, 328 Sheffield, Don W., 297 Sheffield, Sandy, 182, 231, 313 Sheffield, Thomas R., 297 Shek, Paul Kwok-Chueh, 276 Sheldon, Lawson Everett, 243, 328 Shelton, Joann, 219, 342 Shelton, Thomas E., 247, 328 Shepard, Barbara Dunn, 276 Shepherd, Robert Owen Jr., 313 Shepherd, Suzi, 328 Sherman, Marshall Robert, 159, 328 Sherrard, James E. 243, 313 Sherrer, Douglas E., 251, 342 Sherrill, Judy L., 227, 328 Sheth, Manharlal K., 276 Sheilds, Eunice Marie, 313 Shinault, Ronald Nelson, 328 Shipman, Janes Robert, 276 Shipp, Bernard Loring, 251, 328 Shirley, Cleta, 328 Shirley, Jo Anne, 153, 182, 217, 328 Shirley, Patricia Suzanne, 313 Shoemake, Samuel, 328 Shoemaker, Allison Powell, 159, 328 Shoemaker, Susan, 329 Shoemaker, William M., 253, 297 Shofner, Camille R., 313 Shope, Vicki Ray, 342 Shows, James Larry, 329 Shuler, James, 277 Shumpert, Jonnie Faye, 329 Shurtleff, W. King, 239, 297 Sigler, James Gary, 342 Siltman, Leslie Howard, 261, 342 Simmons, Bettye Carol, 313 Simmons, Frances Caffey, 217, 313 Simmons, Linda Dianne, 329 Simmons, Sandra Marie, 329 Simpson, Catherine, 153, 221, 329 Simpson, Jane B., 223, 342 Simpson, Julia Toy, 153, 161, 223, 329 Singletary, Janet Allen, 174, 221, 342 Singleterry, Susan Lane, 231, 313 Sisco, Gary Lee, 342 Sisk, Jimmie Dee, 221, 342 Skeen, Kitty Reeve, 182, 231, 313 Skelton, Larry Charles, 297 Skipper, Eleanor Wynn, 173, 219, 297 Slater, Betty, 297 Slaughter, Logan Allen, 297 Sledge, James H., 297 Sloas, Hal Andrew, 251, 297 Smira, Martha Frances, 223, 342 Smith, Anne Gillespie, 219, 329 Smith, Archie Eugene, 297 Smith, Barry A., 342 Smith, Ben Alan, 329 Smith, Ben Barrett, 239, 297 Smith, Bernie Lynne, 247, 329 Smith, Clark H., 245, 313 Smith, Clinton Alexander, 329 Smith, Daniel Briggs, 277 Smith, David Michael, 277 Smith, Dolores, 153, 178, 223, 329 Smith, Emmitt Dean, 263, 297 Smith, Frank Charles Jr., 264, 313 Smith, Gloria Gayle, 297 Smith, James F., 297 Smith, James R., 329 Smith, Jerry Claude, 313 Smith, John Lowe, 253, 342 Smith, Julie Drew, 213, 313 Smith, Kendrick Earl, 167, 342 Smith, Kenneth 0., 313 Smith, Larry Gilbert, 247, 255, 297 Smith, Lila Ann, 175, 183, 313 Smith, Linda Jane, 213, 342 Smith, Martha Blanche, 342 Smith, Ralph Guy, 255, 297 Smith, Robert Allen, 259, 329 Smith, Robert Bruce, 245, 342 Smith, Roy Lamar, 146, 297 Smith, Sandra Wynn, 229, 342 Smith, Sidney Lamar, 313 Smith, Susan Gail, 223, 342 Smith, Susan Tilley, 313 Smith, Taylor Byrd, 164, 277 Smith, Ted Lucas, 277 Smith, Thomas Larry, 235, 297 Smith, Timothy R., 253, 342 Smith, Tom, 255, 297 Smith, Tom Emerson, 323 Smith, Vernon Jr., 2,1, 342 Smith, Vicki Marche, 33, 225, 173, 178, 313 Smith, Waymon Andrew, 313 Smitherman, Larry, 277 Smithson, William, 259, 329 Sneed, Harley Ann, 314 Sneed, John Boswell, 342 Sneed, Ryland E., 259, 329 Snider, Sharon Ruth, 156, 181, Snowden, Ann Elizabeth, 227, 3 Snyder, Edwin Arnold, 259, 314 Sorrells, Carmen, 314 Sparks, Kathy R., 213, 342 Speck, Glynda Larue, 297 Speed, Alfred, 165, 277 Speed, Joe L., 243, 297 Spiars, Margaret Ray, 173, 211 298 Spiers, Juel Wood, Jr., 314 Spraberry, Nancy Anne, 156, 158 298 Spratin, Frederick D., 314 Squires, Charles T., 243, 342 Squires, Jimmy N., 243, 342 Stacey, Donald Ray, 342 Stahlman, James D., 235, 329 Stalnaker, Beverly Jean, 314 Stalvey, Richard Lawrence, 329 Stampley, Richard V., 329 Stanfill, Linda Lee, 223, 329 Stanley, Fred Edwin, Jr., 329 Stanton, Oris Lesly, 277 Starnes, Michael Steve, 342 Staudte, Paul Vincent, 241, 314 Steckler, Sanford R., 277 Steele, Jane Patterson, 229, 298 Steele, Linda Ann, 176, 182, 329 Steigen, Dianna, 221, 314 Steinhart, Ronald L., 314 Stephens, Bobbie Slay, 314 Stephens, Hubert D., 166, 277 Stephens, Marilyn Dale, 183, 314 Stephens, Mary Catherine, 217, 2 Stephenson, Gerald Ben, 253, 30 Stevens, Carol Ruth, 225, 298 Stevens, Carolyn S., 314 Stevens, Joseph Joshua, 277 Stevens, Lawton Terry, Jr., 314 Stevens, Stacie, 342 Steward, Edward Arnold, 329 Stewart, Buddy MacArthur, 329 Stewart, Gail Jean, 229, 342 Stewart, Gary Allan, 342 Stewart, Homer Foster, 342 Stewart, I. Dudley, 243, 298 Stewart, Johnny Clifton, 235, 342 Stewart, Milinda Rivers, 156, 211 Stewart, Robert Earl, 298 Still, Dianne 5., 219, 329 Still, Lee Hudson, 314 Stockdale, Colin Leroy, 160, 314 Stockett, Robert Nicholas, .170, 277 Stockton, David Lee, 146, 176, 31 Stokes, Wanda Alice, 298 Stone, Charles Glenn, 145, 235, 2 Stone, Clay Marler, 164, 277 Stone, Clyde Michael, 314 Stone, David Coe, 342 Stone, Fred G., 342 Stone, Linda Diane, 231, 329 Stone, Linda Lucretia, 173, 211, 329 Stone, William Charles, 314 Stoney, Thomas Barrett, 245, 272 Storment, John B., 329 Stovall, Richard Askew, 247, 342 Straub, Barbara, 153, 161, 163, 221 Strawbridge, Drennon, 329 Strawbridge, Patricia C., 298 Strawbridge, William C., 257, 3, Stribling, T. Kathleen, 329 Strickland, Charlene, 298 Stringer, Maurice, 145, 314 Stringfellow, Forrest W., 314 Stuart, James Franklin, 298 Stubblefield, Gerald M., 329 Stucker, Robert Tourne, 255, 343 Sturdivant, Dorothy Jane, 298 Sturtevant, William H., 298 Sue, Chat, 314 Sullivan, Aletia Ann, 277 Sullivan, Marjorie Alice, 158, 161 329 Sullivant, Anne Lewis, 217, 329 Summers, Mary Jo, 227, 329 Sumner, John Morell, 164, 277 Sumners, John Herbert, 314 Sumrall, Hiram Cassedy, 247, 298 Sumrall, Lynda Cheryl, 329 Sumrall, William Wyatt, 154, 247 Sutton, Larry E., 298 Swank, Clayton Joseph, 164, 277 Sweat, Richard Harvey, 314 Sykes, Charles Edward, 243, 314 T Tackett, Carole Lee, 298 Taggart, Karen Thompson, 343 Tai, Chen-nang, 277 Taintor, Charlotte Ann, 178, 329 Taintor, Jesse Brooks, 314 Talbert, J. Barry, 298 Talbert, Michael J., 343 Tate, Paula Annette, 215, 343 Tate, Roy Wayne, 215, 314 Taylor, Caroline Lindsey, 217, 182 Taylor, Elizabeth Dale, 227, 328 Taylor, Gail Chison, 217, 182, 292 Taylor, Gary Buchanan, 243, 329 Taylor, Herman Eugene, 343 Taylor, Jane Elizabeth, 215, 298 Taylor, Jessie Roma, 227, 343 Taylor, Joe Howard, 298 Taylor, John Pierce, 329 Taylor, Leslie Edward, Jr., 343 Taylor, Marilyn Lewis, 298 Taylor, Martha Frances, 298 Taylor, Michael Byron, 343 Taylor, Rebecca Kay, 227, 343 Taylor, Rebecca Lynn, 329 Taylor, Robert Parrish, 255, 343 Taylor, Sherry Lane, 231, 314 Taylor, Willard Roy, 343 Taymon, William Eugene, 343 Teel, Bob W., 343 Temple, Van H., 343 Tenfelde, Thomas Bernard, 241, Terney, Champ T., 134, 164, 252 Terney, Philip Baird, 259, 314 Terracin, Steve Wayne, 243, 343 Tharp, C. Patrick, 277 Thaxton, Anthony L., 257, 329 Thaxton, James C., 257, 298 Thetford, Mary Kennon, 219, 298 Thielker, Richard William, 251, Thigpen, James Tate, 142, 152, 167, 253, 314 Thole, Michael John, 263, 329 Thomas, Camille Sanders, 225, 29 Thomas Carol Susan, 153, 155, 178, 330 Thomas, Dick Ramsay, 330 Thomas,. Ernest George, 239. 298 Thomas, Francis Edward, 298 Thomas, Glenda Jean, 343 Thomas, Grover Lee, 299 Thomas, James Wooten, 299 Thomas, Johnny Joe, 299 Thomas, Larry N., 277 Thomas, Nancy Jean, 173, 182, 299 Thompson, Dale, Ross, 343 Thompson, Eleanor, 330 Thompson, Elizabeth C., 314 Thompson, Fred Henderson, 239, Thompson, Joe Lawrence, 253, Thompson, Joseph Robert, 330 Thompson, Kay, 225, 330 Thompson, Kay, 330 Thompson, Larry Angelo, 151, 241 Thompson, Russell, 241, 277 Thompson, Sheila Anne, 227, 313 Thompson, Thomas L., 314 Thompson, Vance McLean, 173, 330 Thorburn, Alice Levy, 314 Thorburn, John Edward. 171, 299 Thorne, Bob Conlee, 261, 330 Thorne, Robert M., 299 Thornhill, Frank W., Jr., 145, 252 Thornton, Mar 155, 231, 330 Thornton, Rusty, 330 Thrower, Mitchell M., 330 Thorpe, Emmett Grant, 277 Thurmond, William, 277 Thurner, Lee F., 169, 314 Tidwell, Alan D., 259, 314 Tillman, John Ronald, 330 Tillman, Opal Gail, 343 Tindall, Joy Moore, 217, 343 Tinsley, N. 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Homer Conrad. 172, Travers, Joan, 180, 213 , 330 Travis, John A., 134, 144, 166, 277 Treloar, Faytema Jane, 299 Tripiette, Constance W., 314 Tripp, Ester Marie. 330 Trott, Judith D.. 277 ' truly, Richard Marion, Jr., 245, t Trussell, Paul, Jr.. 343 Tse, Kam-chuen, 277 Tuberville, Gerald D., 314 Tucker, Jack G., 343 Tucker, Kenneth Irby. 140, 315 Tullos, Calvin Lamar, 343 Tumasz, Elizabeth Jan, 161, 343 Tumlinson, Beverly Marie, 217, 2 Tumlinson, Elizabeth S., 231, 342 Tupman, George Randall, 315 Turgeon, Robert J., 299 Turkla, Patricia Ann, 330 Turley, Edith Waits, 227, 343 Turnage, Frank, Jr., 167, 330 Turner, Douglas Dwight, 330 Turner, Jobey, 264, 315 Turner, John Hozie, Jr., 330 Turner, Mary Elizabeth, 299 Turnipseed, Ann, 217, 343 Tutor, Susan Katherine, 215, 3. Tuyt, Linda Antoinette, 213, 3: Twiehaus, John Edward, 251, 3 U Umfress, Harrol W., 330 Umlaut, Jane Margaret, 173, 1 Underwood, Claire Blount, 272 Underwood, Larry Don, 259, 3, Upchurch, Aleita Louise, 330 Upchurch, Oliver Lee, 315 Upchurch, Robert Kimmons, 2! Upton, Garland Davis, 277 Urbanek, James Eugene, 343 Urbani, Donald L., 146, 167, 31 V Valdivieso, Carmen Silvia, 330 Valentour, John August, 315 Van Houten, Paul E., 315 Vance, Travis, 278 Vance, Wallace Ray, 165, 278 Vaughan, Earl N., 278 Vaughan, Margaret M., 343 Vaughan, Ronald Stewart, 315 Vaughan, Stephen Robert, 278 Vaughan, Jane, 136, 173, 219, 21 Vaughn, Janet Young, 299 Vaughn, Pamela, 229, 330 Veazey, Jack Edward, 235, 315 Veozey, Vivian Elizabeth, 227, Venn, David, 330 Vestal, John William, 330 Vickery, David Ray, 257, 330 Vise, Mailande Martin, 330 Vizio, Michael Joseph, 315 Voss, Charles James, 160, 299 Wade, Michael, 315 Wade, Thomas W., 255, 315 Wadlington, Lucian R., 257, 21 Wagner, Edward, 145, 299 Wagner, Lynn Elaine, 161, 231 Waits, Carol I., 136, 173, 227, 21 Waits, Samuel, 278 Waits, Sissy, 227, 343 Walcott, George Dexter, 247, 31 Waldo, Gregory Robert, 259, 31 Waldron, Jessyca, 225, 343 Waldron, Stephen Lee, 343 Walker, Carole Elizabeth, 14( 180, 181, 183, 299 Walker, David Steven, 259, 330 Walker, Dudley Edward, 251, 2 Walker, Edmund Jarette, 278 Walker, Faye, 315 Walker, Friend Barney, 315 Walker, Jimmie Rieves, 181, 32 Walker, Jimmie Sue, 140, 15: 178, 180, 181, 183, 330 Walker, Mary Gail, 73, 219, 33 Walker, 011ie Jean, 343 Walker, Virginia I., 217, 343 Wall, Mary Lynn, 219, 330 Wall, Randall Bernard, 140, 315 Wall, Robert M., 245, 330 Wall, Ronnie Leon, 343 Wallace, Charles Thomas, 278 Wallace, Robert David, 299 Wallace, Toby Mack, 143, 343 Waller, Douglas C., 330 Waller, Robert Warren, 343 Waller, Samuel Wayne, 330 Walman, Tommy Halton, 259, 3 Walsh, Virginia Marianne, 213, Walson, Patricia May, 278 Walters, Patricia Ellen, 219, 34 Walton, Truman Lionel, 315 Wang, Ching-ru, 278 Ward, Jane Elizabeth, 227. 330 Ward, Mitchell Emmett, 237, 29 Ward, Peggy Ruth, 315 Wardlaw, Earl Watson, 278 Wardlaw, Mary Adams, 278 Wardlaw, Willis mH., 146, 245, Ware, James Waller, 245, 278 Ware, Ted Owen, 245, 315 Ware, William Louis, 245, 299 Warfield, Gerald Wayne, 330 Warfield, William P., 247 , 299 Warner, Janice Kay, 315 Warren, Emily Anne, 213, 331 Warren, Katharine Neely, 223, Warren, Robert Stephen, 235, 3 Warrington, Joe D., 179, 278 Watkins, James Clay, 315 Watkins, M. Ann, 315 Watkins, Robert, 315 Watkins, Thomas, 315 Watson, Harry Albert, 167, 237, Watson, Jane Ann, 299 Watson, Jill Sharon, 227, 343 Watson, Shirley Claire, 178, 343 Watt, Nancy Grace, 331 Watters, Walter, 315 Watts, Pat H., 278 Way, Wren C., 245, 278 Weaks, Trudye Margaret, 219, 315 Weatherly, Bobby Frank, 151, 253, 331 Weatherly, Jimmy, 315 Weathers, William Lynn, 159, 315 Weathersby, Benjamin V. L., 151, 167, 237, 331 Weathersby, Charles H., 300 Webb, Nick Alan, 331 Webb, Thomas Lytle, 344 Webber, Elliott Clifford, 140, 300 Weeden, Carl Leslie, 315 Weeks, Ben 0., 164, 278 Weeks, Karen, 221, 344 Weenstein, Gary Alan, 344 Weesner, Carla Lee, 173, 331 Welden, Judith, 225, 331 Welford, Betty Loice, 175, 182, 315 Wells, Charles Gerald, 278 Wells, David Kent, 257, 331 Wells, Elmer J., 315 Wells, Jan Elisabeth, 83, 173, 231, 331 Wells, Marilyn Zane, 278 Wells, Robert Lynn, 300 Wells, William H., 160, 278 Welsh, Sandra Kay, 331 West, Ben Marshall, 164, 278 West, Betty Diane, 223, 344 West, James Kenneth, 165, 278 Westbrook, Rebecca Ann, 331 Westmoreland, Linda Gail, 158, 173, 300 Weston, Stephen Frederic, 344 Wexler, Jerry B., 344 Wheeler, James H., 140, 259, 331 Whitaker, Betty York, 173, 300 Whitaker, Marilyn Frances, 223, 344 White, Alvie F., 331 White, Anne Newton, 173, 213, 300 White, Barbara Kaye, 331. White, Bobby L., 315 White, Bonnie Kay, 331 White, Donald A., 239, 331 White, Eddie Pounds, 253, 331 White, Ernest B., Jr., 253, 344 White, Gerald L., 344 White, James Albert, 344 White, James Wallace, 344 White, Jerome C., 278 White, Jesse Lamar, 167, 237, 344 White, Joseph L., 315 White, Marilyn Dianne, 221, 315 White, Michael Avon, 315 White, Nancy Sue, 158, 344 White, Robert Lewis, 344 White, Susan Carol, 331 White, William Dorsey, 175, 259, 344 White, Cotton Darl Jene, 278 Whiten, Wallace Grant, 331 Whitener, Rayburn Stokes, 300 Whitenton, Douglas Arthur, 261, 300 Whitley, David Lawrence, 171, 300 Whitten, Beverly Lipsey, 300 Whittington, Homer, 344 Whittle, Clay, 300 Whyte, Bruce, 263, 331 Wicks, Lois Harriette. 83, 158, 229, 300 Wideman, Dan E., 315 Wigginton, A. Buford, 315 Wilborn, Mary Montrie, 221, 349 Wilbourn, Eva Kay, 219, 300 Wilburn, Lewis A., 278 Wilcox, Richard Davis, 182, 259, 331 Wiley, Jean Lee, 153, 161, 174, 178, 227, 331 Wilkins, Elizabeth Tucker, 300 Wilkins, Joseph Tyson, 170, 171, 257, 300 Wilkins, Robert Edward, 245, 315 Williams, George W., 278 Williams, Judy Ann, 219, 331 Williams, Kate Eason, 210, 211, 215, 300 Williams, Kathy, 178, 331 Williams, Kay, 331 Williams, Kitty, 211, 227, 300 Williams, Larry Joe, 300 Williams, Lennie Diane, 173, 227, 331 Williams, Leon Weir, 315 Williams, Linda Frances, 221, 344 Williams, Lona Lee, 227, 331 Williams, M. Faye, 331 Williams, Richard A., 344 Williams, Richard Hughes, 344 Williams, Seth Ward, 241, 331 Williams, Sheila Debonn, 349 Williams, Stirling Bacot, 167, 316 Williams, ' William Atkins, 134, 154, 167, 170, 171, 247, 300 Williamson. James E., 278 Willis, B. Will, 349 Willoughby, James E., 167, 175, 300 Wills, Douglass N., 247, 331 Wilsford, Leslie, 223, 300 Wilson, Becky Leigh, 221, 331 Wilson, Benjamin D., 349 Wilson, Bobby Lee, 239, 316 Wilson, David Baxter, 349 Wilson, David Benjamin, 259, 331 Wilson, Edward R., 255, 331 Wilson, James R., 331 Wilson, Lila Jo, 316 Wilson, Margaret Ann, 349 Wilson, Martin Bernard, 331 Wilson, Richard B., 144, 164, 278 Wilson, Roberta Moore, 217, 316 Wilson, Suzanne, 173, 316 Wilson, Thomas Stout, 278 Wilson, W. 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