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

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its cover may indicate, the 1967 version of the OLE MISS has thrown its shackles and has determined to depict life at the University in a brighter, more tive way than ever before. Accepting the premise that the most-read part of the book is the opening section, we have made it larger and more colorful than in years past. The " copy " and the black and white pictures are arranged in loose chronological order, each two-page spread being devoted to one general topic. Between each of these narrative spreads is a mural-sized color photograph, either representing some phase of life here or depicting a familiar campus scene. The remainder of the OLE MISS has been laid out and presented along more tional and familiar lines. We have, however, spruced up things a bit here and there. The reader will note, for example, the two-page spread of the fraternity sweethearts at the ning of the Greek section. We have had some hectic days and tight moments at the annual office these past months, but all things considered, it ' s been an enjoyable year for the staff of the 1967 OLE MISS. We sincerely hope that you enjoy our handiwork. CONTENTS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: DON BARRETT EXECUTIVE EDITOR: NANCY KATHERINE BARRETT BUSINESS MANAGER: LARRY DUDLEY Whatever the conversation was about, this Ole Miss male has apparently lost his train of thought. His trouble is a malady that frequently besets the stronger sex on campus. Kappas exhibit famous baroom aptitude, the beginning, the niave little girls gathered their belongings and came from everywhere to Ole Miss to enter sorority rush. Clad in their Sunday-best, they nervously began the hectic week. They worried- about what to wear, what to say, and when to say it. All the decorations, parties, and entertainment amazed them, and the confused swirl of mystical Greek letters frightened them. But anxiety prevailed on the other side, too. Every sorority girl has a hometown favorite. Would she get a bid? Would she take it if it were offered? Then came the mixed emotions—the tears and the laughter—of the final hours, and finally the girls had their precious little ribbons. 0 lord, give us a good pledge class ... for once! Sororities Fill Quotas with OVERLEAF: Religious life has always played a vital role on the Ole Miss campus. This scene was recorded at the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Oxford. Happiness is . . . Cynthia Cain? Chi O wants you! (if you ' re not a legacy) rush is a whirlwind week of handshaking, back-slapping, and inane conversation that somehow manages to do a relatively good job of putting the right boys in the right fraternity. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, it ' s the worst system possible, but there is none any better. Phi Delts exhibit highly effective rush techniques. The Friendly Five Hundred greets the rushees. W-wa-wa-welcome to Scream And Eat. OVERLEAF: Time out for relaxation means a show downtown, a trip on the Honda, or maybe even both. New Meat heads for the grinder. Students Struggle With Chaos of Registration Whaddaya mean, Knightly doesn ' t teach history? Next you will be disinfected. Do not be afraid. Yeah, That ' s that Brad Lawrence, alright .. Fat chance. call it organized confusion. It is elbow jabbing, feet kicking, bodies pushing; tired feet, sore backs, wrinkled brows, empty stomachs— depression. It is the endless line, blue cards, pink cards —cards—cards—curriculum schmiculum. It is registration. OVERLEAF: Martha Tate Stokley strikes a pretty pose outside Clark ' s Cafe on University Avenue, a second home for hundreds of Ole Miss students. Some of these fools came because they wanted to. My goodness. Look at all those big handsome boys in front of the grill. period just before, during, and after registration is a time of rest and relaxation for upperclassmen, but for the freshmen these are days of feverish activity and often jolting change. Freshman " haircuts " and cheerleader tryouts are part of the schedule. Formal orientation meetings take up much time—too much time for the little good they do. And amidst the hustle and bustle the newcomer must find some time to pause and reflect on the new environment he finds himself in at the University of Mississippi. OVERLEAF: Rebel fans put on a colorful demonstration of enthusiasm in the Memphis Memorial Stadium. Welcome to Ole Miss, Sucker. Upperclassman wonders how he got stuck with Saturday classes. A guy and his girl and her goat. Unbridled enthusiasm is rampant at first pep rally. Joe Schmeltzer shows off his 1959 Blue Blazer. ready heart and willing hands the typical, serious-minded Ole Miss students begins his pursuit each year of academic excellence in the classroom. If only there weren ' t so many other things to do! Pep rallies, polishing up the Honda, chapter swaps, " grill hours " —everything takes so very much time, and it ' s all so terribly important! And besides, that report isn ' t due until Thursday, anyway. OVERLEAF: In spite of the frills, Ole Miss is above all else an educational institution. This typical classroom shot was taken in the Graduate Auditorium. Campus Politicians get wound up for the new season. President Scott and Governor Johnson escort their queens from the field. Sigma Pi ' s prepare their annual homecoming erection. OVERLEAF: Quarterback Bruce Newell (10) swings around end against the Houston Cougars. Chief Tatum? Who ' s Chief Tatum? Ole Miss won the game 27-6. school spirit skyrocketing, students form reality from ideas through crepe paper and chicken wire. Homecoming becomes a day of laughter and reminiscence, for the alums have returned and old friendships have been renewed. The thrill of the crowning and the elation of beating USM all add to make the long anticipated weekend perfect. Ralph Vance is a picture of self-assurance as he escorts Zetta Bryant on Homecoming Day. Chancellor Williams, long-time athletic supporter of the Rebels, swaps tales with Charley Conerly. The Rebel Band shines at half-time. and Jackson have beautiful stadiums, but there ' s no place like home to play a home game. The two games played on campus this year brought with them the pagentry that has always been so much a part of Ole Miss: turkey sandwiches in the Grove, open houses at the fraternity and sorority houses, fun and activity all over the campus. An added attraction at the State game was the ceremony honoring " chunkin " Charlie Conerly, probably the most famous Rebel of them all. There ' s more to this than meets the eye. I know its down there somewhere. Come get our cookies. OVERLEAF: Campus favorite Lassie Cooke strolls in the autumn afternoon with Lamar Black along University Avenue near the campus. Homecoming Party at the SAE House. You guessed it—the White Cross Boys. Al Brady and Holmes Adams kick up heels with Sarabeth Ellis and Gayle Golden at Phi House. Campus Parties Calm Down After Legalization Tri-Delts entertain alums and friend with Open House. by-product of legalization has been a drying-up of campus parties. For better or worse this has meant that the well-known blowouts of the been generally replaced by sedate open houses and teas, and that students spend more time on the road. Larry Singleton and Suzan Brown pause to pose on their way up. OVERLEAF: This lovely line of girls was featured at the annual Parade of Beauties and Favorites, sponsored by the OLE MISS Yearbook. The Gregg Smith Singers at Fulton Chapel. Series programs and productions of the University Players bring a broad scope of entertainment to Ole Miss students. Such top-flight productions as " To Broadway With Love " and " Androcles and the Lions, " and such programs as the Ballet Folklorico and the Gregg Smith Singers were among the bill of fare. OVERLEAF: Fans stream into Hemingway Stadium for the Homecoming Day ball game with Mississippi Southern. Highlight of the game was the 47-yard touchdown punt return by Doug Cunningham. Stage-hand ' s view of Artist Series Concert. I love my wife, but 0, U Kid! Curtain Call, To Broadway With Love. Barbara Woodbury works off frustrations at Cut and Paste Sessions. The prosaic part of dorm life. Unidentified student hits the sack after long hours of study. RO Gimp burns the midnight oil. OVERLEAF: Life begins at 10:30 p.m. in the sorority houses and girls ' dormitories. This shot was made in the living room of the Chi Omega house during a late-hour hen session. Dormitory resident strikes a blow for freedom. of the more challenging aspects of student life is the unique experience of communal living. From the impatient buzz of the date downstairs to the bull sessions in a smoke filled room, from the quiet of one ' s desk to the helter-skelter early morning activity in the head, the dorm offers an opportunity for finding friends, exchanging ideas, and planning for the future. Whether anticipating a panty raid, playing cards, or sunning atop Stewart, dorm life is where the action is. Some people can get dates . . . . . . and some can ' t. Quit, that tickles. a harmonious balance between male and female, and even without the handy roadside park across the highway, Ole Miss offers an agreeable climate for those who play the dating game. The mad rush on freshman girls, the routine of study dates, hurried good night kisses, fraternity serenades, and the general scramble to and from the altar all must be counted with the romantic side of campus life. Memories of Ole Miss are greatly enhanced by the relationships experienced as students share their college days. First promise you ' ll put my picture in the annual. OVERLEAF: The full moon and the neon streetlamps combine to render this striking view of the Lyceum, the traditional symbol of the University. Ever-popular Johnny Cash makes his delayed appearance. Harry Reasoner expounds at pre-speech press conference. Brothers Four perform well for the few who showed up to listen. ODK Forum Speaker Arthur Schlesinger calls for investigation of Vietnam policy. Who investigates the ODK Forum Committee? uNIVERSITY students are frequently given the opportunity to hear distinguished personalities (who are, for some reason, almost invariably liberals) speak on subjects of recent interest, and to watch the performances of America ' s top entertainers. Recent speakers include authors, theologians, and newsmen. OVERLEAF: The period after Christmas finds students filling up the library as they rush to prepare for mid-term exams. This night scene of the Periodicals Room shows few empty seats. at Ole Miss is not all ball games, concerts, Forum speakers, or parties. Nor is it all study. It is the prosaic duties of just living that probably takes up half of the normal student ' s time. But everyday living isn ' t necessarily all dull and drab. Life has its brighter edges—a meal at D.C. ' s, a Harry Owens history lecture, or just having your shirts occasionally returned from the University laundry with a few uncrushed buttons. Why is this girl smiling? Delicious meals at popular prices are featured at the Grill. Serious minded SAE ' s discuss upcoming Artist Series program. OVERLEAF: With Spring comes outdoor and, of course, Derby Day. Pictured here is a past scene from this highest of Sigma Chi Holy Days. Dr. Varner, Perianne, and the Roach. Delmer Clark furnishes easy credit and the only home-cooked meal in Oxford. Students discuss dismal results of spring elections. students, bored professors, and bees in the classrooms signal the arrival of the spring equinox at Ole Miss. Outdoors, however, life resumes at a brisk pace: the tennis courts are full again, sun-bathers crowd the top of Stewart Hall; the Hondas zip wildly through the Grove; Sardis Lake beckons irresistably. Soon the baseball stands are jammed with shirtsleeved fans. Before we can realize it, final exams are upon us, and suddenly another year has passed. Where are all those nice people that I ' m supposed to meet on this thing? Majorettes present pretty picture on practice field. OVERLEAF: The photographer climbed atop the roof of the library to capture this beautiful nocturnal view of the campus, looking west toward Guyton Hall. Study.. . is a molding force for its students. That its primary purpose is to educate is evident throughout its many classrooms, laboratories, and studios. Here, in an atmosphere of learning, we begin to know ourselves, to formulate our ideas, and to find purpose for our lives. . . . devotion to learning .. . ... contemplation ... .. research .. . .. and application. All this is Ole Miss. The University of Mississippi is a community of teachers and students bound together to secure the chief goal of serious college students and scholarship. The University is dedicated to the threefold functions of research, teaching, and public service. Ole Miss is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, of which it was a founding member. Trustees GOVERNOR PAUL B. JOHNSON JR. Seated: Dr. M. M. Roberts, Vice President; George M. Yarbrough; Ira L. Morgan; M. Paul Hayes; Tally D. Riddell; S. R. Evans, President; E. Ray Izard. Standing: Dr. E. R. Jobe, Executive Mrs. Nan M. Sibley, Secretary; Milton E. Brister; J. N. Leon Lowrey ; W. 0. Stone; Dr. Verner S. Holmes; Thomas N. Turner. The Honorable Paul B. Johnson, the governor of the State of Mississippi, is the son of the late Governor Paul B. Johnson, to whom the Paul B. Johnson Commons was dedicated in November of 1965. Governor Johnson, born in Hattiesburg, attended Ole Miss where he compiled an excellent record in both scholastic and extracurricular activities—while at Ole Miss he held membership in the Hall of Fame, Blue Key Honor Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa. He is the only person who has served as President of the Ole Miss student body and as Governor of Mississippi. In 1940 Governor Johnson was admitted to the Bar after having received his Bachelor of Law degree from Ole Miss. In 1959 he was elected Lieutenant Governor and in 1963 he was elected to the highest state office. CHANCELLOR J. D. WILLIAMS Dr. John D. Williams has served Ole Miss as Chancellor for twenty-one years. Under his guidance, the University has expanded its services to the people of Mississippi by enlarging its research facilities and functions, by extensively developing its program of graduate studies, by promoting and increasing its extension services, by increasing the Medical School curriculum to four years, by initiating a program for a degree in nursing and by embarking on an extensive building plan. Chancellor Williams was recently presented the Outstanding Civilian Service award by the of the Secretary of the Army. Other honors he has received include a former President of the State Universities Association; a member of the board of trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; ODK ; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa. HENRY W. BOUNDS Director of Food Services DR. WM. ALTON BRYANT Vice Chancellor MARY N. DUVALL Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor GENERAL GEORGE FREEMAN Associate Registrar WILLIAM SAMUEL GRIFFIN Director of Alumni Activities HAROLD E. HANEY Purchasing Agent DR. VERNON B. HARRISON Director of Student Health Service TOM SPIGHT HINES Director of Student Activities RUFUS T. JONES Director of Personnel FRANKLIN E. MOAK Dean of Student Personnel BINFORD T. NASH Director of Student Housing DR. CHARLES E. NOYES Assistant Vice Chancellor JOHN W. SAVAGE Director of Accounting ROBERT S. SHAW Auditor COLONEL WHITNEY D. STUART Staff-Assistant to Dean of Students KENNETH L. WOOTEN Director of Placement and Financial Aids EGBERT FRANCIS YERBY Executive Assistant to the Chancellor The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1848 offers degrees in Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, or Bachelor of Science by certain assigned requirements. From these degrees majors can be obtained in literature, language, social and natural sciences, painting, music, home economics, biology, chemistry, and many others. The College of Liberal. Arts has undergone a development program since September 1952. liberal arts students succeed. With a desire to learn . . and minds to create . The fascination in discovery and ... the satisfaction in understanding ... teach liberal arts students to value some things for themselves. Talking and listening .. . studying and researching make our future leaders in law. Understanding comes more slowly .. . and wisdom takes longest of all. Facts come fast. The Ole Miss Law School, under the direction of fast-moving Dean Joshua Morse, is recognized as one of the finest in the South. The numerous innovations instituted by the Dean, such as the importation of many Yale Law graduates to teach, and the estab- lishment of a seminar to aid Mississippi Justices of the Peace, have placed the Law School in the spot- light much more often than the other University divisions. A diploma from the School of Law conferring the Juris Doctorate degree entitles the holder to a license to practice law in any court of the state, without fur- ther examination. with careful experimentation ... and intent studying results in gained knowledge. Examination .. . The School of Engineering offers theoretical and practical training in chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Courses in civil engineering have been taught at the University since 1854, when a department of engineering was established by the Board of Trustees; thc, actual founding of the School in 1900 credited the University as having established the first school of engineering in the state. Carrier Hall, which houses the School today, is one of the most progressive centers of instruction in the University because of the modern facilities for instruction, research, and experimentation plus air- conditioned classrooms, sound-insulated drafting rooms, and well-equipped laboratories. Engineering students—today ' s link with tomorrow. DR. KARL BRENKERT, JR. Dean of the School of Engineering Scientific knowledge and creative imagination are his tools. Educators seek to find better methods of learning. DR. S. A. MOORHEAD Dean of the School of Education The school of Education provides prospective teachers with pre-service and in-service training. The aims of the School of Education are improvement of education programs and facilities, and service in the cultural institutions of the State. Graduates of the School are qualified for teacher ' s certificates in the State, and for those interested in teaching in other states, adjustments in the required program will be made to fulfill the specific require- ments of the particular state. A Department of Placement is maintained by the School of Education, to inform students of teaching opportunities, salaries, and other information necessary for graduates seek- ing positions. The school ' s program of preparation of elementary and secondary teachers, and school service personnel, as well as requirements for the doctorate degree in education, is approved by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The School is also a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Education students learn to share their knowledge thereby leaving their mark . . with future generations . . on the road to progress. In 1903 the School of Medicine for the University was created by an act of the Board of Trustee—The School then was located on the Oxford Campus and offere d the first two years of the four-year curriculum in medicine. In 1950, the four-year University Center, located in Jackson, was established by the Mississippi State Legislature. The University Medical Center was completed in the Summer of 1955. The Center houses the Hospital, the School of Medicine, and the School of Nursing. The School of Medicine offers the degree of Doctor of Medicine. It also provides instructions for the graduate degrees in the Medical sciences, and programs in medical technology, x-ray technology, and clinical radioisotope technology. Medical students take time out from their grueling training. DR. JOHN A. GRONVALL Dean of the School of Medicine Modern laboratories facilitate research. From lectures to life One hour in the lecture room for ten hours on the job Pharmacy demands accuracy ... patience .. . Skill. Students search for cures through knowledge. . AUSTIN DODGE Associate Dean of the School of Pharmacy Careful preparation is a necessity in Pharmacy. Founded in 1908, the School of Pharmacy provides special education and training necessary for the practice of pharmacy in a five-year program. Graduates, earning the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, are qualified to assume as community, manufacturing, and hospital pharmacists, analysis of pharmaceutical and food products, and professional service representatives for manufacturers of pharmaceutical, chemical and products. In 1961 the School of Pharmacy established the Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The institute conducts basic and applied research in the pharmaceutical sciences, and develops natural of Mississippi for the pharmaceutical industry. Students in the school of business and government to use their knowledge ... seek to find better ways ... in a land of opportunity. Founded in 1917, the School of Business and Government recognizes the need for properly edu- cated and trained persons in the modern world and seeks to meet this need by providing courses of study leading toward the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Public Administration, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Bachelor of Science in Journalism. The School of Business and Government is housed in Conner Hall, which provides modern facilities and technological equipment for training in the business and governmental sciences. The School also offers a course of study designed to teach students the basic knowledge they will need for an administrative career in business or government, and to develope their proficiency in the application of such knowledge. The School of Business and Government is a of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, which is the national accrediting agency in the field of business education. DR. BEN McNEW Acting Dean of the School of Business and Government When confronted with a question, students think. Our Graduate School creates experts. A common ambition among graduate students is t o teach in college. DR. LEWIS NOBLES Dean of Graduate School Organized in 1927 the University ' s Graduate School coordinates and administers graduate study and research at the University. In 1870 courses were first offered at the graduate level to applicants who had attained intellectual distinction, and a comprehensive examination as a requirement for the master ' s degree was established. In 1890 a definite program of graduate study with a minimum residence requirement of one academic year was inaugurated. In 1951 the air-conditioned Library building was completed. This Library was designed with special attention to the requirement of graduate study. for individual use of graduate students, and seminar rooms for graduate classes are provided. Research is a primary function of the University and a function of special importance to the graduate program. The Graduate School therefore encourages in every way possible faculty and student research. The Graduate School is a member of the Council of Graduate Schools of the United States and of the conference of Deans of Southern Graduate Schools. These graduate students all share a keen interest in their field whether it be theoretical .. or practical. The Features Section of the Ole Miss is presented to recognize those students who have excelled in campus leadership and to feature those girls who best exemplify the traditional beauty and personality of an Ole Miss coed. Through their various contributions to the campus they have not only honored themselves but also their school. The Parade of Beauties and Favorites, held in the Coliseum for the first time, is presented by the Ole Miss Yearbook. The Master of Ceremonies for the 1966 Parade, Bill Rutledge of New Albany, presented the Beauty and Favorite candidates and entertainment which was coordinated around the musical Mame. On the evening of the Parade, the audience Ole Miss ' s ten Favorites from the field of thirty-four girls representing both women ' s residence halls and sororities. The Beauties were selected by a panel of distinguished judges after a series of interviews the afternoon of the Parade and final presentation that night in the Coliseum. 1966 Parade of Beauties FAVORITES — Miss Cynthia Chrestman, Miss Sharon Pipkin, Miss Beth Davis, Miss Zetta Bryant, Miss Barbara Woodbury. FAVORITES—Miss Beth ' Eichold, Miss Elizabeth Carter, Miss Lassie Cooke, Miss Carolyn Bruno, Miss Pat Horne. Cynthia Gay Vincent KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Miss Cyndy Vincent, from Martin, Tennessee, is Ole Miss ' s Number One Beauty for 1966. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Miss Vincent is a Freshman in the College of Liberal Arts. Miss Vincent was chosen after the judges met the candidates at a luncheon, during individual and as they were presented at the Parade of Beauties. Judges for the pageant were Mrs. Charles Conerly, Mr. Roupen Gulbenk, Mr. Norman Shaw, and Mr. Billy Simmons. Martha Tate Stokely DELTA DELTA DELTA Anne Crisler PHI MU Angela Lord PHI MU Eliza Ann Atkinson KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Betty Carlisle MISS UNIVERSITY Pat Horne HOMECOMING QUEEN MISS OLE MISS Lassie Cooke COLONEL REBEL Doug Cunnigham BEST DRESSED—Miss Sherry Enochs. ALTERNATE BEAUTIES— Miss Eunice Bolt, Miss Jorja Swaney, Miss Candy Croft, Miss Roxie Carpenter, Miss Glinda Choat. Katherine Anne Abraham John William Barrett David Leland Bryant To be selected to the Hall of Fame is the highest honor that can be upon an Ole Miss student. Members of the Hall of Fame are chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship, loyalty, spirit, devotion, and service to the University. The students chosen for the 1967 Hall of Fame are Katherine. Abraham, President of the AWS; Don Barrett, Editor of the OLE MISS; David Bryant, President of the Senior Class; Lassie Cooke, Miss Ole Miss; Billy Gottshall, Vice-President of the ASB; Robert Guyton, President of Omicron Delta Kappa ; Don Scott, President of the ASB; Jan Singletary, President of Mortar Board. Frances Amelia Cooke William Rothacker Gottshall Robert Allan Guyton Don Bacot Scott Janet Alien Singletary HALL OF FAME—First Row: David Bryant, Don Scott, Billy Robert Guyton. Second Row: Katherine Abraham, Jan Lassie Cooke, Don Barrett. Katherine Abraham AWS President; CWENS; Mortar Board; President, Alpha Lambda Delta; Editor, Sigma Alpha Iota; Model Pledge of Vice-President of Panhellenic; of 100. Don Barrett Editor of 1967 OLE MISS; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Campus Senate; Vice-President of Phi Delta Theta; Carrier Scholar; Law School Honor Council; Phi Delta Phi; Law Journal. Doug Allen Secretary of Senior Class; Mortar Board; CWENS Officer; Committee of 100; of Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Singers; Honor Roll. Who ' s Who Donnie Brock President of Kappa Sigma; ASB Treasurer Omicron Delta Kappa; Law Phi Delta Phi. Paul Baddour Sigma Nu Pledge at Southwestern; Secretary of Beta Alpha Psi; Dean ' s List; Haskins and Sells Scholarship Award. David Bryant President, 1967 Senior Class; Co-Chairman, Committee of 100; President, YMCA 1964- 65; Campus Senate; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. Elizabeth Carter Karen Clifford Lassie Cooke Phi Gamma Nu; Epsilon Gamma Epsilon; ASB Executive Secretary; AWS Judicial Miss Ole Miss 1966; Homecoming Queen; Secretary of CWENS; University Dancers; Council Chairman; CWENS; Mortar Board; Favorite for 4 years; Varsity Cheerleader AWS Judicial Secretary; Committee of 100; Sophomore Honor Girl; Vice-President of 2 years; Treasurer of AWS; President of Orientation Committee; ASB Secretary. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Committee of 100; Delta Delta Delta; CWENS; Mortar Board. Phi Kappa Phi. Larry Dudley Frank Eubanks Margaret Ferguson Treasurer of Senior Class; President of Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi President of Panhellenic; Vice-President of Delta Sigma Pi; Treasurer of Phi Delta Alpha Theta; University Scholar; State BSU; Mortar Board; University Scholars; Theta; Committee of 100; Business Man- President of Baptist Student Union; Com- Phi Kappa Phi; Committee of 100; Model ager of OLE MISS Annual. mittee of 100. Pledge of Campus 1964-65; Carrier Scholar. Dotty Ford Janet Ford Don L. Fruge Mortar Board; Concert Singers; Corre- Treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta; CWENS; Omicron Delta Kappa; Beta Alpha Psi sponding Secretary Sigma Alpha Iota; Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Scholarship cer; Sigma Chi Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi Senator-at-Large of Millsaps College; Secre- Award; AWS Summer Session Treasurer; Treasurer and Vice-President; " M " Club; tary of Millsaps College Choir; Millsaps Phi Kappa Phi; Taylor Medal; AWS Corn- Captain 1966 Golf Team; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Beauty. mittee on Independent Affairs; Mortar Executive Council for School of Business. Board Editor. Hobert A. Guyton Emily Gordon Billy Gottshall President of ODK Phi Kappa Phi, President Sigma Tau Delta Mississippi Col- Vice-President of Student Body; Chairman Vice-President; Phi Eta Sigma President lege; Alpha Lamda Delta; Cap and Gown of School Spirit; First Vice-President of 1965-66, Senior Advisor 1966-67; Taylor of Mississippi College; Alpha Chi; Who ' s Miss. Intercollegiate Council; Delegate of Medal; University Scholar; National Merit Who at Mississippi College. YMCA Leadership Conference; Vice- Presi- Scholarship; Chicago Tribune Silver Award; dent of Finance Club; Delegate to Associate Vice President of Senior Class 1966-67; Student Government 1964-65. President of Sigma Chi. Patti Henry Lu Hill Clif Hodge School Spirit Committee; Elections Com- AWS Executive Council; Senator; Vice- Delta Sigma Pi; Interfraternity Council; mission; Secretary, Campaign Supervisory President, Phi Gamma Nu; Committee of Business Manager, Mississippi Law Journal; Committee; Historian, Mortar Board; Co- 100; Alpha Omicron Pi Recording Secre- Phi Kappa Phi; Vice-President, Law School ordinator of Freshman Council; Orientation tary; Ole Miss—Miss America Scholarship; Student Body; Omicron Delta Kappa; Law Committee; Secretary, Home Economics Secretary, Mortar Board; Campus Model School Honor Council; Phi Delta Phi Club. Pledge. President; American Jurisprudence Award. who ' s who Sharon Jones Braxter Irby CWENS; Mortar Board; President, Kappa Linn Murphree Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Chi Pledge Kappa Gamma; Secretary-Treasurer of President, Beta Theta Pi; President, Alpha Trainer; Rho Chi; Cadet Major, Army Pharmacy School; Co-Chairman, Committee Epsilon Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi ROTC; American Legion Medal for Military of 100; Pharmacy Queen; Secretary, Ameri- Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Director of Excellence; American Pharmaceutical Asso- can Pharmaceutical Association; Meyer Academic Affairs; Judge on Traffic Appeals ciation; ASB Welcoming Committee. Brothers Essay Award; Secretary of Phar- Board; Interfraternity Council. macy Senior Class. James W. O ' Mara Sally Price Mississippi Law Journal, Editor-in-Chief; Charles Owen President of Delta Gamma; Panhellenic Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President; Out- Pi Beta Tau, Corresponding Secretary; Council; Co-Chairman Committee of 100; standing Senior Army ROTC Cadet (1961- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi- Chancellor ' s Planning Committee; President 62) ; Ole Miss YMCA President; Scabbard neers, Secretary; " M " Club; Baseball Schol- of Student Education Association; Kappa and Blade, President; The Mississippian. arship. Delta Pi; CWENS; " M " Book Editor. Bernard Puckett Larry Reed Don Scott President of Sigma Nu; Vice-President of Beta Alpha Psi; Honor Roll. President of Associated Student Body; Senior Class, 1966; Treasurer of Omicron Campus Senate; Director of Student Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Carrier ties; Omicron Delta Kappa; Scabbard and Scholar; University Scholar; NASA Train- Blade; Committee of 100; NROTC Mid- eeship; Graduate Assistantship in Mather shipman Commanding Officer; Beta Alpha matics., Psi. Wesley Sebren Jan Singletary Jaquelyn Stahlman Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; President of Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Honor Roll; Dean ' s List at Millsaps Phi Eta Sigma; ASB Committee on Aca- Secretary, Pi Delta Phi; CWENS; French lege; Committee of 100; Phi Gamma Nu; demic Affairds; ASB Elections Commission; Government Prize; Vice-President of Uni- Recording Secretary of Beta Alpha Psi; Committee of 100; Chancellor ' s Standing versity Dancers; Panhellenic Council; Miss Millsaps Archery Club; Treasurer of Pi Committee on the Artist Series; University University Finalist. Beta Phi. Concert Singers. Gary Stewart India Throop Toby Wallace Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Mortar Board; Honor Roll; ' Sigma Delta Pi; Carrier Scholar; ASB Judicial Council; Theta; Sigma Delta Pi, President; Gamma ASB Homecoming Committee; Student Wesley Foundation Board of Directors; Beta Phi; Baptist Student Union; Fresh- Education Association; Delta Gamma House Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. man Orientation Committee; 1966 Taylor President. Medal in Spanish. Our college careers are enriched through participation in campus activities. We spend many hours each week engaged in some sort of extracurricular interests. Whether it ' s dramatics, publications work, a service organization, or honorary, we know that the time we put into these activities helps to develop our talents and qualities of leadership, cooperation, and service. Student Government COMMISSIONERS—Tony Ross; Sue Windsor, Secretary; Gary Sisco, Chairman; Donna Buford; Richard Noble; Bill Gafford. Not Pictured: Wesley Sebren. GARY SISCO Elections Commission Chairman The Elections Commission is a committee composed of seven commissioners which are appointed by the ASB President and approved by the Campus Senate. They, under the leadership of Chairman Gary Sisco, are responsible for all campus elections and are appointed to serve until graduation, resignation, or removal by the campus senate. The elections held during the year were those concerning the Campus Senate, LSU Class Dismissal Referendum, Homecoming Queen, Miss Ole Miss— Colonel Rebel, ASB officers, publications ' editors, cheerleaders, and any other elections that pertain to student government. In addition, the Elections Commission supervises the elections of Favorites and the Senior Class Officers. Patterned after the guidelines of the Federal Con- stitution, the Associated Student Body Constitution provides for three branches of student government— the executive, the legislative, and the judicial. The executive branch is headed by the Associated Student Body President. He is responsible for the judicial execution of the Constitution, ASB Code of Laws, and the general well-being of the students. The various departments of the ASB student government are headed by members of the President ' s Cabinet. The legislative branch is headed by the Vice- President of the Associated Student Body. Serving as President of the Senate, he directs the law making body on campus. The ASS Attorney General directs the activities of the judicial branch. This branch includes a system of lower and upper courts of which the Judicial Council is the highest court and its chairman is an ASB elective position. DON SCOTT ASB President ASB CABINET--Front Row: Haley Barbour, Director of Social Affairs; Paul Parrish, Director of Student Activities; Katherine President of AWS; Amanda Povall, Executive Secretary; Tommy Houston, Director of Public Information; Elizabeth Carter, Secretary of ASB; Charles Overby, Director of Campus Affairs. Back Row: Linn Murphree, Director of Academic Affairs; Chat Sue, Attorney General of ASB; Randy Pool, Treasurer of ASB; Don Scott, President of ASB; Ralph Vance, Executive Assistant; Jimmy Dukes, Director of School Spirit; Billy Gottshall, Vice President of ASB. Not Pictured: Van Lackey, Director of University Development. RANDY ELIZABETH CARTER ASA Treasurer ASB It Secretary BILLY GOTTSHALL ASB Vice-President COMMITTEE OF INDEPENDENT AFFAIRS—Front Row: Carla Brown, Hazel Barnes, Pat Worley. Back Row: Charles Overby; Chuck Collins; Clant Seay, Chairman; John Shows; Brock Hattox. CHAIRMAN ' S SPECIAL COMMITTEE Gay Gottshall , Gayle Golden, Walter Beth Edmondson, Beth Eichold, Paul Parrish, Frank DeBay. As many new students arrive each fall for the beginning of school, they encounter several groups which compose the Student Activities Department. The Welcoming Committee is in charge of greeting students and showing them the campus. The Committee directs decoration contests and halftime activities. The Department of Social Affairs stages the Rebel Party and also maintains th e Concert Committee, which brings famous entertainers to Ole Miss, such as The Brothers Four and Johnny Cash. The School Spirit Committee primarily functions during the football season to assist the cheerleaders at pep rallies. The Chairman ' s Special Committee is composed of the chairmen of each of the different committees. This group coordinates the various University activities. Student Activities Chairman PAUL CONCERT COMMITTEE Joe Scott, Joe Schmeltzer, Gina McIntyre, Phil Steele, Dewitt Graeber, Pam Hodson, Haley Barbour, Chairman. Not Pictured: Janice Meeks, William Sadler, Ray McNamara, Sparky Lovelace, Bobby Beasley, Bill Hope. SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE Anita Grimes, Norma Thompson, Jimmy Dukes, Chairman; Murf Murphy. Not Jackie White, Bruce Newell, Jimmy Lindsay, Marilyn Brown. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE Frank DeBay, Co-Chairman; Bettye Ralph Vance, Beth Edmondson, Co- Chairman; Jack Lorenzi, Beth Eichold, Co-Chairman; Weir Kyle. WELCOMING COMMITTEE Walter Thompson, Co-Chairman; Ethel Archer, Steve Vaught, Gayle Golden, Co- Chai rman; Richard Nobel, Norma Deane Chrestman. The Judicial Council. which came into being in 1951, now hears practically all cases of discipline in which men are involved, and is the final authority in interpreting the ASB Constitution. It also handles appeals from other judicial bodies. The Council of an elected chairman and four members by the ASB President. When a case is heard, the student involved is notified and given an opportunity to present both his side of the case and any circumstances he feels ED SNYDER Judicial Council Chairman should be considered. He may bring any witnesses. This year students can he assisted by a member of the Judicial Bar. Almost without exception, the recommendations of the Council to the Dean of Student Personnel are followed. The Council operates on the basis of searching for truth and arriving at decisions which take into the good of the University and the good of the individual involved. A Campus Security Policeman gives a ticket to a student violator. Council members Ralph Hemphill and Toby Wallace listen to the case of a student before giving their recommendation to the Dean of Student Personnel. TRAFFIC BOARD—Albert Simmons and Roberta Ross. Not David Thomas. JUDICIAL COUNCIL—David Houston; Ralph Hemphill; Toby Wallace; Ed Snyder, Chairman. An outstanding feature of the student government at Ole Miss is the Campus Senate. Resolutions and bills brought before the Senate are debated, voted upon, and if passed, then presented to the proper authority for approval. The Senate approves cabinet appointments that the ASB President makes and sponsors ASB elections. The Vice-President of the student body presides over the Senate meetings. The senators are elected to represent the Greek fraternities, dormitories, dis- tricts of married student apartments, and the day students. BILLY GOTTSHALL Campus Senate President First Row: Robert Abraham, Robert Allen, Bruce Atkinson, Caroline Barbour, Marshall Bennett, Jr., Susan Bennett, Ronald Blackledge, Ann David Bryant, Patty Canty, Meredith Carpenter, Deane David Cobb, Jimmie Currie. Second Row: Frances Darden, Sarabeth Wilkins Ellis, William Freeman, Jr., Terry Frost, Wilson Golden, Gay Gottshall, Ruth Gramling, John Guyton, Henderson Hall, Jr., Elizabeth Gordon Hensley, Wayne Walker Herrington, Carole Ann Higgins, Byron Hughes, Carson Hughes. Third Row: William Johnson, Robert Keller, Bradley Lawrence, Linda Dwight Luter, Bill McGehee, Jr., Bill Moss, Tis Neill, Pat Newton, Alan Perry, Becky Phay, Eileen Quon, Dennis Roussel, Clara Dean Russell. Fourth Row: Clant Seay, Jr., Robert Seymour, Ann Shook, Miriam Stone, Patricia Ann Strickland, Beverly Taylor, Greg Thompson, Val Vest, Virginia Marianne Walsh, Leslie Westbrook, Jim Wheeler, Jr., Richard George Woodliff, James Yawn. Not Pictured: William Bozeman, David Clark, Edwin Cofer, Bill Colmer, William Darby, Jack Dodson, Nai Nai Everett, James Haddock, James III, Charles Lynch, Claude Martin, John Morgan, Michael Murphy, Ernest Reynolds, Jr., Allan Auvil, Mike Shaw, William Sims, Jr., Robert Spence r, Walter Thompson, Brent Tinnin, Nancy Ward, Judy Warner. Billy Gottshall, President; Bobby Hendrix, Sgt.-at-Arms; John Lewis, Parliamentarian; Carson Hughes, President Pro-Tempore. Not Pictured: Pattie Canty, Chaplain, Elizabeth Carter, Clerk. The Associated Women Student Body, which is composed of every undergraduate woman student, is a self-governing association within the Associated Student Body. Heading the organization are the Executive Council with six popularly elected officers, a Judicial Council with four appointed and two elected members, and a President ' s Council composed of dormitory and sorority house presidents. To continue in improving the welfare of the women students, the AWS has initiated its new orientation program for freshmen girls. This plan, put into prac- tice for the first time this year, is the Big-Little Sister Program within each of the girls ' dormitories. The AWS has continued to strengthen the structure of the organization and emphasize the advantages offered by the University. KATHERINE ABRAHAM AWS President EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—Karen Clifford, Judicial Council Katherine Shaw, AWS Secretary; Betty Brown McAlexander. Judicial Council Secretary; Katherine Abraham, AWS President; Calico Maxwell, AWS Vice-President; Susan Sharp, AWS Treasurer. JUDICIAL COUNCIL—Martha Caldwell, Betsy Buchholz, Betty Brown MacAlexander, Karen Clifford, Chairman; Carolyn Phillips, Mary Ann Henson. PRESIDENT ' S COUNCIL—First Row: Phyllis Beckwith, Martha Flautt, Susan Gordon, Phyllis Guest, Kay McDuffie. Second Row: Lynn McGee, Charlotte Mayo, Sue Mitchell, Joanne Phifer, Clara Dean Russell. Third Row: Phyllis Slayden, India Throop, Carol Turnipseed, Vicki Vandevender, Elsie Wells. Not Pictured: Nancy Lee, Patricia Worley. DAVE DARNELL Chief Photographer BUSINESS DEPARTMENT—Wayne Vance, Assistant; Larry Business Manager. NANCY FOOSE BARRETT Executive Editor The 1967 OLE Miss has been designed for you, the student, to present an accurate picture of our Many new ideas have been incorporated in this year ' s book to make it more interesting. The opening section of thirty-two color pages is only one of the new features that we feel the student body will enjoy. Special photography ideas, careful planning, tedious yet original thoughts—these are the efforts of each staff member. With the help of the University Computer, many sections of the OLE Miss were compiled faster and more accurately, enabling a speedier publication of the yearbook. During the summer months, the office for the OLE Miss was completely remodeled. The previous two rooms were enlarged and made into four rooms: the Editor ' s office, Business Manager ' s office, the staff Work Room, and the photography dark room. We ' ve tried to better the yearbook in every way and we feel that we ' ve succeeded in producing one of which every Ole Miss student can be proud. FRANK DeBAY Activities Editor DON BARRETT Editor-in-Chief BOB NUNNERY EDITOR—Laurie Simpson, Assistant; Carol Sports Editor Sellers, Editor. HORACE LESTER IBM Editor SECTION EDITORS—Lassie Cooke, Class Editor; Sally Holloman, Academics Editor. HONORARIES EDITOR—Tommy Houston, Editor; Frank Stainbeck, Assistant. BETH EDMONDSON Staff at OLE MISS WORK SHOP Military Editor GREEK EDITOR—Gayle Smith, Ed Peacock, Assistant Editors; Bonnie Shelton, Editor. Calico Maxwell, Editor; Jan Singleton, Assistant. STUDENT GOVERNMENT EDITOR—Ann Linda Hines, Assistants; Trish Bradley, Editor. The Mississippian has again survived another year of publication on the University campus. The staff has spent many days and nights at the Journalism Building putting out the paper five days a week now. Last year it was published only four days a week. Most staff members do most of their work after 11:30 each night—and the presses are still rolling.. . BILLY GREER Editor Front Row: Billy Greer, Betty Carlisle, James Willis, Mr. Walter Hurt. Back Row: Karen Davis, Suzanne Riley, Danny Fred Flinn, Mike Talbert, Ann Clark, Ron Moody. Page editors for The Mississippian are Karen Davis, Society; Danny Richardson, Sports; Suzanne Riley, Society; and Ann Clark, Photography Editor. News staff members are Ron Moody; James Willis, News Editor; Linda Sanders, and Mrs. Walter Hurt, Publications Advisor. BETTY CARLISLE Managing Editor JERRY DOOLITTLE Advertising Manager FRED FLINN Executive Editor Front Row: Charles Gibson, Fred Roberts, Norman Breland, Cy Faneca, Edward Ellington, Connie Triplette, Charles Gear. Second Row: Randy Garner, Ken Romines, Robert Broach, Ben Smith, Gary Carnathan, Ron Cole, Paul Miller, David Crawley, Don Allen. Third Row: Marshall Bennett, Charles Sykes, Prof. Thomas Edmonds, Advisor, Prof. Harry Case, Advisor, Bobby Krohn, Chairman, Philip Terney. The Moot Court Program is designed to give students practical experience in preparing and presenting cases. The program is divided into two appellate and circuit. In the appellate division, second semester law students use actual court records to perfect and present an appeal or to defend the lower court ' s position. The circuit case gives the student realistic training in presenting a case to a judge and jury. A student is responsible for rules of procedure and evidence in addition to knowledge of the law and facts involved in his case. The Moot Court Board is composed of students selected by the Law School faculty on the basis of academic standing. The Board supervises the Moot Court Program, schedules the hearing of cases before attorneys or judges, and helps the participants in preparation of their cases. The Mississippi Law Journal, the official publication of the state bar is the fourth largest legal periodical in the nation. Three issues con- tain articles by prominent legal writers as well as works by student staff members, the final issue being devoted to the proceedings of the state bar association. During the term of the state supreme court, the Journal staff prepares and distributes weekly advance sheets of the most recent cases to members of the state bar and judiciary on a subscription basis. The Law Journal is composed of students and one faculty member. to the Journal is a high honor since members are selected from the top ten percent of their class. Each staff member contributes one article of current legal interest during his first year and a longer, more scholarly comment his final year. Front Row: Jason H. Floyd, James W. O ' Mara, Eugene M. Bogen, Martin A. Kilpatrick, Frank T. Moore, David R. Hunt, William B. Harvey, Sherrill W. Easterling. Second Row: Jesse Murray Akers, Scott P. Hamlehen, Jesse R. Adams, Bill P. Joyner, E. Clifton Hodge, Charles R. Butterfield, Raymond Mize Conner, Wade H. Creekmore, William M. Rainey. Third Row: Luther M. Thompson, Henry D. Brock, Jon P. Thames, Robert C. Galloway, Guthrie T. Abbott, James K. Dossett, George L. Bounds, John M. Sims. Fourth. Row: Donald R. Stacy. Not Pictured: Minor C. Sumners. The Ole Miss cheerleaders are the chief school spirit promoters on the University campus. this group are eight students who are elected by the student body to serve the school during the year by leading yells at all pep rallies and football games. Elections are held in the spring. The freshman class elected at the beginning of the year eight freshmen cheerleaders to assist the varsity cheerleaders. This group helped in passing out Rebel flags and souvenir footballs. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS—Cynthia Chrestman, Peggy Cook, Zetta Br yant, Janie White, Don Baddour, Steve Buchannan, David Dean. Not Pictured: Jim Johnson, Head Cheerleader. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Kneeling: Sally Holloman, Pat Horne, Beth Davis, Carolyn Bruno. Standing: Jimmy Lindsay, Head Cheerleader; Johnny McLaurin, Mack Lowery, Ted Triplett. LINN MURPHREE . . . . BRUCE ATKINSON .. MARGARET NEWTON DAVID THOMAS First Row: James Armstrong, John Arnett, Bruce Atkinson, David Bomboy, David Maurice Boyd, Jerry Chase, Reuben Chrestman III, Floyd Davis, Jr. Second Row: James Dees, Strawford Dees III, William Donald, Jr., John Gayden, Gary Gordon, James Griffith, Donald Guild, Robert Guyton. Third Row: Jimmy Hamilton, Harold Hawkins, Wayne Walker Herrington, Warren Hiatt, Jr., Charles Hill, Leslie Hunter, Jr., Van Lackey, John McLaurin. Fourth Row: George Manifold, Alan Murphree, William Omara, Skipper Russell, William Scott, Timothy Shaw, William Simmons, William Sumners, Fred Wallace. Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honorary premedical fraternity organized to encourage excellence on premedical work and to advance the interests of college students in this field. Membership is open to all pre- medical or predental students maintaining a 3.00 average over three of work in an approved college or university. The Mississippi Beta Chapter was established at the University of in 1938, and it continues to serve as an organization of common interests, fellowship, and friendship among premedical and predental Since 1953 the Ole Miss chapter has initiated 225 members. Dr. Harley P. Tripp, faculty advisor of the society was initiated into the in 1955. DON SCOTT , ...BILLY GOTTSHALL. CY FANECA First Row: Fred Bourn, Jr., Ed Dunn, Jr., William Greer, Van Lackey, Bradley Lawrence, Horace Lester, Jr. Second Row: Semmes Luckett, Jr., Jim Martin, Thomas Murry, Charles Overby, Paul Parish, Martin Paschall. Third Row: William Pool, Don Scott, Ed Snyder. Not Pictured: Thomas Armour, Haley Barbour, George Barnes, Eugene Fair, Cyril Faneca, Jr., William Gottshall, Jr., Joe Graves, Ralph Hemphill, Jr., Russell Johnson, Stark King, Samuel Phillips, Robert Renfro, B. Roberts, Jack Townes, Jr., Charles Williams, Marshall Bennett, Jr., Don Barrett, Len Blackwell, Josh Bogan, Howard Brown, Eddie Dunn, Edward Ellington, Johnny Easley, Jody Graves, Bill Hodge, Billy Greer, Van Lackey, Tom Murray, Jim Martin, Bill Lipscomb, Peanut Overby, Paul Parish, Ed Snyder. The spirit of Alpha Sigma Sigma has more than accidental correspondence with the Anglo-Saxon, lower case version of its name. To feel the wrath or the influence of a member is to understand this point. Alpha Sigma Sigma ' s will not suffer to be tread upon, and when they are, they readily membership qualifications. The status of Alpha Sigma Sigma hit a new bottom this year. Still flushed with past successes, the fat and sassy Alpha Sigma Sigma ' s began the year with their annual banquet. The featured speaker this year was A Man-of- the-Year Billy Greer, who spoke on journalistic ethics in the modern world. Alpha Sigma Sigma selects new members each year with the reverse- blackball system. Remembe r, if your normally equable personality has another, more untoward side, you, too, are eligible for membership. Beta Alpha Psi JAMES ADDLETON WILLIAM HOPE FRED SCHRAMM PAUL BADDOUR . WILLIAM P. JOHNSON First Row: James Addleton, Fred Bourn, Jr., Keith Clingman, William Curtis, Don Fruge, David Houston, III, William Johnson. Second Row: Donny Jones, Monty Jones, Jr., Sarah Lashbrook, Daniel Rabinowitz, Edward Rampy, Vance Randall, Larry Reed. Third Row: William Benjamin Regan, Don Scott, Jacquelyn Stahlman , Jesse Tutor, Jr., Gerald Wages, Bobby Weatherly. Not Pictured: Paul Baddour, John Burnett, William Hope, James Pryor, Jr., John Robertson, Corrine Robison, Frederick Schramm, Kenneth Simmons, Noel Tabor. The national honorary and professional fraternity in the field of was founded at the University of Illinois in 1919. Alpha Theta Chapter, one of the 64 outstanding chapters nationwide, was installed at the of Mississippi in 1951. The fraternity was established for the purpose of encouraging and fostering the ideals of scholarship and service as the basis of the accounting profession and for developing high moral, scholastic, and professional standards for its members and the profession in general. The fraternity limits its membership to outstanding upperclassmen in accounting who have demonstrated their scholastic ability and high moral character. Prospective members must be an accounting major, have com- pleted 12 hours in accounting with a 3.0 average, have an over-all 2.5 average, and have made a " B " or better in either Accounting 205 or 206. DONNIE JONES FRED SCHRAMM .. MR. KNOLAN WALLER First Row: Judith Adams, Fred Bourn, Jr., John Gary, III, David Houston, III. Second Row: Donny Jones, James Martin, Jr. Not Pictured: Frederick Schramm. The University of Mississippi chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma was chartered in 1944. This national scholastic honor society is for men and women in schools of commerce and business administration. Members of Beta Gamma Sigma are students with high scholarship in the School of Commerce. To be eligible for membership, seniors must be in the upper ten per cent of their class and must have accomplished a grade average of not less than 3.2. Second semester juniors with exceptionally high scholastic standing are also eligible. This society stands for the highest principles of studies and has as its purpose the promotion of interest and scholarship in the Commerce School. The purpose of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage high scholarship and to foster high ideals in business. Chapters of this honor society are estab- lished only in institutions which are members of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. ANN BALL SUSAN GORDON ROBIN FULCHER CAROLYN BRUNO .. SARAH GAYE CRAIG TRISH BRADLEY Ethel Archer, Ann Ball Hazel Barnes, Patricia Bradley, Deane Chrestman Sarah Gaye Craig, Carla Cross, Beth Davis, Elizabeth Fair, Helen Fulcher, Mary Jane Gitter, Nelda Lynn Gober, Susan Gordon, Mary Harvey, Dorothy Joor, Kay Kirkpatrick, Betty McAlexander, Mary Miles, Betty Moore, Martha Neilson, Portia Peteet, Carolyn Phillips, Jerrill Pullen, Laura Simpson, Jean Smith, Pinkie Smith, Sandy Smith, Jane Sutherland, Louise Williams, Janis Woolly, Frances Young. Not Pictured: Carolyn Bruno, Judy Jens Lambert. The Iota Chapter of CWENS on the Ole Miss campus is a National Organization for Sophomore women. The purpose of the CWENS chapter is to promote scholarship and leadership among the women students and to render service to the University. To qualify for membership in this organization, a girl must have been outstanding in leadership in campus activities as well as in her studies during her freshman year of at least an over-all 2.5 average. The girls of CWENS serve the Ole Miss campus in various ways. One of the projects this year has been catering birthday cakes to the women students on campus. The familiar red blazers and gray skirts worn by CWENS have often been seen at the ASB concerts where the girls h ave served as ushers. CWENS serves the community as well as the student body. This year CWENS has provided a guided tour of the campus for the businessmen here in the Urban Affairs Conference. LARRY DUDLEY DON FRUGE JESSE TUTOR . RONNIE SANNELS FRED WILSON Fred Beard, Jr., Fred Bourn, Jr., James Campbell, Mike Chaffin, Anson Chunn. Keith Clingman, Lawrence Dudley, Jr., Eric Duncan, Don Fruge, William Guy, Hap Hederman, Doug Hodo, Oliver Hord, Jr., David Houston, III, Tom Ingels, Donny Jones, Monty Jones, Jr., Gerald Lee, Marcus Love, III, Dwight Maddox, John L. Nelms, James Nelson, Gene Pearson, Jr., William Pool, Vance Randall, Ronnie Samuels, Joseph Schmelzer, III, Albert Simmons, Larry Thompson, Horton Townes, Jesse Tutor, Jr., Wayne Vance, James Watkins, William Withers, Ralph Young, Jr., Robert Young. Alpha Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, the second-largest professional fraternity in the United States, was established at the University of in 1927. Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University ' s School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, on November 7, 1907. Delta Sigma Pi is organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a high standard of commercial ethics and culture, and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Membership is limited to men in the School of Commerce and Business Administration who meet the necessary scholastic requirements and are approved by the fraternity. Membership in Delta Sigma Pi is for life. Among the 50,000 alumni of Delta Sigma Pi are some of this nation ' s most business leaders. JAN SINGLETARY President OFFICERS: Seated: Sissy Waits, Jan Singletary, Lu Hill. Standing: Janet Ford, Carol Work. ...JAN SINGLETARY SISSY WAITS Lu HILL CAROL WORK When the colors silver and gold begin flickering, i t symbolizes and Achievement " to the women of Mortar Board. The organization was founded in 1918 at Syracuse University, and established its local chap- ter, Tassels, on the Ole Miss campus in 1936. " Service, Scholarship, and Leadership, " is the motto of the 117 chapters of Mortar Board in colleges throughout the nation. Activities of the society are evidenced by: selling Mortar Board calendars, providing a schedule of the year ' s activities at Ole Miss; wearing white blazers with the Mortar Board crest to make the campus aware of those girls who have reached the high standard for membership in the organization; co-sponsoring with Omicron Delta Kappa, the ODK-Mortar Board Forum Series, which brings outstanding speakers to the Ole Miss campus; special Christmas parties for needy families in the campus district; preparing a " summer reading list, " including books suggested by professors on campus, to be sent to high school students who have applied to Ole Miss for the next year. First Row: Katherine Abraham, Mary Allen, Elizabeth Butler, Jan Haven, Karen Clifford. Second Row: Margaret Ferguson, Janet Ford, Patty Henry, Lu Hill, Sally Shuttleworth. Third Row: Janet Allen Singletary, India Throop, Mildred Waits, Carol Work. Not Pictured: Virginia Kinard. ROBERT GUYTON JIM MARTIN BARNARD PUCKETT TOM HINES Chartered at the University in February of 1936, Omicron Delta Kappa national honorary organization which recognizes men for outstanding leadership and scholarship, is considered the highest honor a male can receive at the Universty. The original chapter was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914. The purpose of the Omicron Delta Kappa Society is threefold; first, to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines; second, to bring together the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and inter- collegiate interest; third, to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest and In order for a man to be considered for membership in. Omicron Delta Kappa, he must earn a certain number of points. A man receives points for activities in the following areas of student life: Scholarship, Athletics, Student Government, Publications and Speech, Music and Dramatic Arts. 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 conjunction with Mortar Board, which brings nationally and internationally known figures to the campus to speak on pertinent topics. Omicron Delta Kappa-Mortar Board Forum Series have brought to the campus so far this year such speakers as Arthur Schlesinger and Harry Reasoner and last year Marvin Kalb, Gerald Ford, J. P. Coleman, and Vera Micheles Dean. Another service of Omicron Delta Kappa is its Foreign Scholarship Fund which is awarded to one of the foreign students on campus who meets certain standards and who is in need of financial assistance. First Row: Guthrie Abbott, Holmes Adams, Bruce Atkinson, John Barrett, Stephen Beach, III, Marshall Bennett, Jr., Fred Bourn, Jr., David Maurice Boyd. Second Row: Donnie Brock, Richard Brock, David Bryant, Jimmie Currie, John Dale, Jimmy Dukes, Frank Eubanks, Don Fruge. Third Row: Robert Galloway, Dewey Garner, Charles Girard, Robert Guyton, Wayne Walker Herrington, David Houston, III, Donny Jones, Van Lackey. Fourth Row: Horace Lester, Jr., Hugh Love, Roy Manning, Jr., Jim Martin, Laurence Mellen, Frank Moore, Jr., Alan Murphree, James Omara. Fifth Row: Paul Parish, William Pool, Bill Rainey, Richard Ross, Spencer Schreiter, Don Scott, Homer Sebren, Jr., Albert Simmons. Sixth Row: Gary Sisco, Jesse Tutor, Jr., Toby Wallace, David. Wells. Not Pictured: Charles Boren, Charles Butterfield, Raymond Conner, Donald Deline, Eugene Fair, Cyril Faneca, Jr., Newton Gill, Ralph Hemphill, Jr., Elbert Hodge, Jr., Robert Holder, James Lindsey, Jr., James John Maxey, James O ' Neal, Frederick Roberts, Jr., Harry Watson, Jr. JIMMY CURRIE President JIMMY CURRIE JOHNNY GUYTON JOHN WAITS ROBERT GUYTON .... THOMAS PHILLIPS OFFICERS—Seated: Jimmy Currie, John Waits. Standing: Robert Guyton, Johnny Guyton. Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois on March 22, 1923. From this beginning it has grown to over 140 chapters, in both large and small colleges, and membership in Phi Eta Sigma is now recognized as one of the highest honors a male freshman can attain. Beta Chapter of this fraternity was established at Ole Miss in 1930, making the local chapter thirteenth in order of founding. The society does not perform public service projects; its sole purpose is the recognition of outstanding academic achievement, encompassing all fields of academic pursuit. Phi Eta Sigma encourages people to think, and a banquet is held each year at which a noted speaker attempts to provoke the minds of t he members. Freshmen men are eligible for Phi Eta Sigma if they accumulate a 3.5 over-all grade point at the end of the first or second semester of their first year. There is no other way or time for a person to join Phi Eta Sigma. Being selected for this honorary is a tremendous achievement for a freshman, and this honor is emphasized by his retaining active membership throughout his college career. Phi Eta Sigma sponsors only two functions during the year: " Freshman Honor Party " held in conjunction with the women of Alpha Lambda Delta, and the previously mentioned initiation and banquet, held in the spring. First Row: Guthrie Abbott, Holmes Adams, Terrel Algood, Don Allen, Steven Ammann, James Armstrong, James Arnett, John Arnett, Bruce Atkinson, Bryan Barksdale, John Barrett, James Barton. Second Row: Fred Beard, Jr., Eugene Berry, David Billings, Jr., Michael Boland, David Bomboy, Larry Bourland, Fred Bourn, Jr., David Maurice Boyd, John Boydstun, Kenneth Brown, David Bryant, Ira Carpenter, Jr. Third Row: William Carter, Jerry Chase, John Cockerham, Michael Coleman, Alton Corban, Jr., James Currie, Floyd Davis, Jr., Sam Davis, James Denley, Frank Eubanks, Fred Flinn, Robert Galloway. Fourth Row: William Garth, Jr., Leonard Gatewood, Donald F. Gober, Lawrence Gunn, John Guyton, Robert Guyton, Warren Hiatt, Jr., Steve Hindman, David Houston, III, David Houston, III, Leslie Hunter, Jr., Don Hutchinson. Fifth Row: Rick Jacobs, HI, Donny Jones, Lester Jones, Jr., Percy Jones, Monty Jones, Jr., David Landskov, James Langmesser, Bradley Lawrence, Hugh Love, James McFarlane, Jeff Mangin, George Manifo ld. Sixth Row: Dennis Marvel, Alan Murphree, Jim Netherton, John Nunnery, Jr., Jerry Oakman, William Omara, Paul Parish, Gary Patterson, Jerry Patton, Wilson Pearson, Alan Perry, Robert Perry. Seventh Row: William Pool, Richard Rhoden, Wylie Richards, Jr., Skipper Russell, John Sanders, William Scott, Homer Sebren, Jr., John John H. Shows, Albert Simmons, Hugh Stancill, III, Gary Stewart. Eighth Row: William Sumners, Ewing Traughber, Jesse Tutor, Jr., John Waits, Toby Wallace, Charlie F. Ward, Jr., David Williams, Jimmy Woods. Not Pictured: Gerald Abdalla, Wallace Andrews, Jr., William Atkinson, John Barnes, William Bland, Clay Crockett, Larry Cunningham, Julian Fagan, III, Eugene Fair, Joseph Hewitt, William Hewitt, Paul Johnson, William Johnson, Jr., Richard Jordan, John Lilly, James Lindsey, Jr., Rodney Moorhead, Neil Murphree, Thomas Phillips, William Sims, Jr., Harry Watson, Jr. JOHN REEVES ....RAYMOND MCCAFFREY JOHN SANDERS DAVID SHELTON First Row: Robert Boyd, Calvin Brister, Jo Croft. Nancy Hill, Allison Kerr. Second Row: Lewis McCaffrey, Charles Parker, James Pinkerton, John Reeves, Sandra Riemann. Third Row: John Sanders, David Stark, Fly Thompson. 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 outstanding in the School of Pharma cy may join the pharmaceutical fraternity, Phi Delta Chi. It is a national fraternity which was first established at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1833. The men in the chapter symbolize the two-fold purpose 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 deal of their time, the men also participate in social activities. Phi Delta Chi also performs many services to the School of Pharmacy and its students. The principal project is the bookstore operated for the pharmacy students. Phi Delta Chi also has various exhibits during Pharmacy Day each year. DR. CHARLES E. NOYES Da. A. B. LEWIS MISS HARRIET JACKSON .. MISS ANNIE ELIZABETH MILLS ... MR. ROBERT ALLAN GUYTON First Row: Floyd Davis, Jr., ' Sam Davis, Janet Ford, Dewey Garner, Robert Guyton, Wayne Walker Herrington. Second Row: David Houston, III, Donny Jones, Lester Jones, Jr., William McLellan, George Manifold, Alan Murphree. Third Row: James Pinson, Skipper Russell, Homer Sebren, Jr., Gary Stewart, Toby Wallace, Kay Williams. Not Pictured: Guthrie Turner Abbott, Holmes Stanford Adams, Mary Douglas Allen, Bruce Errol Atkinson, John William Barrett, Carolyn Denise Caldwell, Bela J. Chain, Jr., Karen Lynne Clifford, Shirley Walker Daley, Woodrow W. Denham, Jr., Judith K. Harper, Peggy Griffith Hawkins, Elbert Clifton Hodge, Robert Eugene Johnson, Richard Liming Jordan, Betty Mae Laird, Judy Pat Magee, James Eckford McFarlane, Maretta Anne Martin McLeod, Margaret Lynn Newton, James Wright O ' Mara, Lonnie Wilson Pearson, Mary Lynn Shappley, Hester Christine Boyd Stokes, Patricia Mixon Temple, Harriet Drew Tucker, Jesse Burrell Tutor. The University of Mississippi Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, national scholastic fraternity, was chartered in 1959. The chapter admits to membership juniors and seniors of superior scholastic attainment. They must have a minimum average of 3.7 for more than 90 hours. Phi Kappa Phi recognizes scholarship in all areas of academic endeavor, and election by the University ' s chapter signifies the highest scholastic achievement. The fraternity elects members twice yearly. The spring semester initiation is followed by a banquet, honoring all members elected during the academic session. The banquet is marked by an address given by a distinguished visitor. ...BOBBY LANTRIP JOHN DALE ... EUGENE SMITH ....JOHN BAXTER First Row: James Baxter, John Dale, John Echols, Stephen Foose, George Grimes, Michael Harrison. Second Row: Don Hutchinson, Bobby Lantrip, Horace Lester, Jr., Roy Manning, Jr., Dennis Marvel, Charles Raymond Owen. Third Row: Danny Roy, Archie Eugene Smith, Drennon Strawbridge, Brent Traughber, Ewing Traughber, Clifton Valentine. Not Pictureed: Charles Boren, Newton Gill, William Hewitt. Desiring to be incorporated in Tau Beta Pi Association, the National Engineering Honor Society, the Pi Beta Tau Association was formed at the University of Mississippi in the Spring of 1963 by the School of Engineering for the purpose of marking in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering. Eligibility for membership in the Pi Beta Tau Association is determined by excellence shown in scholarship, character, personality and practicality. The seniors must rank in the upper fifth of their class and the juniors in the upper eighth of their class in The School of Engineering. This year the association has done much to create and develop a spirit of unity and activity among those in the fields of the engineering profession. The colors of the fraternity portray themselves in public service work as the Information Booth on Engineering Day and Big Brother Student Advisers. . CHARLES OVERBY JAMES WILLIS BILLY GREER JIM MORGAN First Row: Thomas Bearden, George Byers, Dave Darnell, James Denley, Jerry Doolittle, Stephen Elkins. Second Row: Fred Flinn, William Greer, Johnny Johnson, Robert Edward Oakley, Charles Overby, Michael Talbert. Third Row: Saxton Weir, Richard Wilcox. Not Pictured: Thomas Houston, Leger Morgan, Jr., Willard Rose, Jr., Alan Scott, Jack Tannehill, David Weathers, James Willis, Jr. Sigma Delta Chi is a worldwide organization of men engaged in every field of journalism. The purpose of the society is to promote high ideals in journalism, to attract able young men to the field, and to advance the cause of freedom of information through the various fields of journalism. The Ole Miss chapter of Sigma Delta Chi was founded in 1963. Sigma Delta Chi sponsors such activities as the Mississippi Magazine, high school press institute, and awards to outstanding student journalists. Members of the organization attended the national convention in Pittsburg. The group has also participated in projects with both the Memphis and Jackson profes- sional chapters. Sigma Delta Chi also sponsored open house at the journalism department during all home football games and assisted the journalism department with the annual high school " Freedom of the Press " essay contest. Sigma Delta Chi serves to keep the profession ' s standards on a high ethical and technical level. Requirements for membership include above average academic standing, and a sincere desire to enter the professional field of Men and women in office administration may become affiliated with Epsilon Gamma Epsilon, founded at the University of Mississippi in 1951. 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 administration 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 character, leadership, and scholarship. ROSA BURNS ..LINDA HANBERRY .. BARBARA BAILEY CAROL JONES First Row: Nita Babb, Rosa R. Burns, Carter, Betty Cauthen, Jo Finch, Haney. Second Row: Kathy Henry, Lynne Johnson, Carol Jones, Robena Karan Prange, Jane Ramsay. Third Row: Barbara Shannon. Not Pictured: Faye McAlpin. First Row: Guthrie Abbott, Murray Akers, Robert William Barton, Marshall Bennett, Jr., Donnie Brock, Ronald Cole, James Cothren. Second Row: Floyd Davis, Jr., James K. Dossett, Jeff East, Wayne Jason Floyd, Jr., Robert Galloway, Scott Hemleben. Third Row: Hugh Love, Paul Miller, III, Frank Moore, Jr., James Omara, Jerry Patton, Ben Smith, Donald Reagan Stacy. Fourth Row: Charles S ykes, Philip Terney, Jon Thames, Larry Ralph Young, Jr. Not Pictured: James Backstrom, Eugene Bogen, Robert Broach, Charles Butterfield, Raymond Conner, Clay Cooley, David Crawley, III, Donald Deline, Charles Gibson, III, Elbert Hodge, Jr., Thomas Lee, John Maxey, Kenneth Romines. Phi Delta Phi, international legal fraternity, was organized in December, 1869, at the University of Michigan, when a group of students in the law department, recognizing a need for a fraternity of lawyers, organized the first Inn which was also the first professional fraternity in America. Mayes Inn, the Student Inn here at the University of Mississippi, was chartered in 1927. The fraternity is founded on the principles of high scholarship and culture, opposition to corrupt practices, and rigid adherence to a code of professional ethics. CLIFF HODGE MURRAY AKERS . MARSHALL BENNETT JOHN MAXEY ...BARBARA BAILEY Lu HILL GAYLE PIERCE CAROL JONES Phi Gamma Nu was founded February 17, 1924, at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois. There are nineteen collegiate chapters, five alumnae chapters. National membership is 5,500. Xi Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu was founded on May 13, 1950, at the University of Mississippi. There were ten charter members. Its purpose is to bind the members into closer friendship and loyalty to one another, to promote a standard of high to encourage participation in school activities, and to further interest in civic and professional enterprises. First Row: Judith Adams, Barbara Bailey, Bonnie Bennett, Dianna Brummett, Rosa R. Burns, Elizabeth Carter, Robbie Carter. Second Row: Betty Cauthen, Suzainne Crouch, Sandra Dougherty, Linda Lu Hill, Lynne Johnson, Carol Jones. Third Row: Sandra Knight, Jackie Rosalyn McCarver, Martha Mabry, Karan Prange, Merry Purvis, Jane Russell. Fourth Row: Jacquelyn Stahlman, Memrie Taylor, Claudia Ann Williams. First Row: Kathy Abraham, Katherine Mary Allen, Barbara Camp, Patty Canty, Alma Chase, Clara Cox. Second Row: Martha Doran, Nora Finklea, Dorothy Ford, Marty Haney, Patricia Hanks, Kitty Kelley, Kay McDuffie. Third Row: Judy Mattox, Carolyn Maxwell, Bonnie Shelton, Amy Smith, Winnifred Smith, Ellen Wailes, Mary Walker. Fourth Row: Suzy Whitlock, Melanie Willis. ....KITTY KELLEY ...WINNIE SMITH ... NORA FINKLEA JANET DEARE Famous musicians visiting through invitation of " Artist Series " at the University of Mississippi are met by the members of Sigma Alpha Iota, national honorary musical fraternity, which seeks to promote the highest ideals of a musical education. Sigma Alpha Iota annually sponsors " Sing Song " competition among Greek organizations, and regular fall and spring musicales. Membership is limited to women who are majors or minors in music, show exceptional music ability, possess a high scholastic rating, and are recommended by the faculty of the Department of Music. Organizations Arnold, James Spraberry, Robert Davis, James Willis. Not Pictured: Stephen Beach, Charles Breath, George Buck, Barron Caulfield, Jerry Drott, Steven Foxx, William Greer, Gary Maynard, James Randle, Bill Sloan. Front Row: Matthew Wunsch, Richard Wright, Robert France, White, Bob Herring, Rea Coggin. Second Row: John Douglas, Advisor; John Anderson, Barry Schwartz, John Hunsicker, Charles Students who wish to join Alpha Phi Omega must have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America during in their life. They ' also must want to be of service to their fellow men. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is service to the campus, community, and nation. At Ole Miss members of Epsilon Omega chapter serve as ushers for many campus events, provide a Student Ride Board , work with the March of Dimes, and operate the Student Book Exchange, where may buy and sell all their textbooks at student prices. The members also work with the Boy Scouts in this area by sponsoring an annual Explorer Rifle Match and Career Day, assisting in camporees, and serving as leaders in scout units. The cardinal principles of Alpha Phi Omega are Leadership, Friendship, and Service. BOB FRANCE .. ROBERT HERRING ...TOMMY WHITE ....RICKY WRIGHT Front Row: Chester Reaves, Lowell Taylor, Wayne McAlpin, Benny Baker, Homer McDonough. Second Row: Allen Reeves, Tommy Ron Staten, Jimmy Evans, Sidney Beauman, David Thomas, Don Dees. Third Row: Jim Dees, June Davis, Pansy Evans, Susan Edna Wright, Faye McAlpin, Terrie Baker, Paula Bullock, Walter Whittle. RON STATEN DAVID THOMAS ... MARTHA LYNN WOODRUFF CHESTER REAVES PANSY EVANS The University Christians meet for daily worship and devotion here at the University of Mississippi. This endeavors to provide for each member a Christian environment at Ole Miss. This group is composed primarily of members of the Church of Christ. The University Christians came into in the spring of 1960, for it was in that year that a center adjacent to the University was acquired. Since the acquisition of the center, the University have been provided with varied social activities as well as religious instruction and discussion. It also creates lasting friendships, produces strong faith, and prepares students of the University for positions of responsibility in the church. With the support of the Church of Christ, the group hopes to grow stronger this year. Seated: LeRoy Dauterive, Volney Cissna, Robert Landers, Richard Eigen, Harry Wilson, Kerry Roby, Paul Brown. Standing: Paul Henry Halle, Sidney Doyle, Clyde Cook, Joseph Yates, John Stewart, Corinne Fox, William Rapp. The association entered its fourth year as an active organization for graduates with increasing momentum as the planning department took two giant steps forward. The first step was taken when the department achieved independent status within the Graduate School. The second step was the securing of an additional full-time professor having full membership in the American Institute of Plan- ners. These accomplishments made fellowships and grants, denied in the past, available to the City Planning Students. In keeping with the tempo set by the department, the Association adopted as goals the promotion of the City Planning Program at Ole Miss and the generation of public interest in the field of planning. This year was highlighted by Municipal Codes Workshop, hosted by the City Planning Department. Urban and Community Planners LEROY DAUTERIVE .. ROBERT LANDERS .... J. PAUL BROWN SIDNEY DOYLE Front Row: R. G. Waldrop, L. .1. Collins, J. A. Grant, M. Turner, James Spraberry, Marian Leavell, Randal Embrey, M. E. Ferguson, J. G. Dees. Second Row: M. E. Sebren, W. D. Clark, M. A. Eubanks, H. A. Barnes, P. A. Worley, Martha Caldwell, Mary Grace Peck, Marilyn Foster, T. N. Stovall. Third Row: J. S. Netherton, S. M. Greenhaw, J. H. Shows, M. S. McMahan, W. M. Pittman, T. M. Haimes, R. L. Lovelace, Hardy Housman, J. M. Wilson, W. C. Fourth Row: Susan Ladner, Susan Langdon, L. A. Hill, C. J. Houston, M. E. Purvis, Cece Gautier, V. L. Anderson, M. L. Newton, Christine Blair, Wanda Wilson. Lu HILL FERGASON MARLENE TURNER MARY GRACE PECK The Baptist Student Union is an organization of Baptist youth in higher institutions of learning, designed with the purpose of helping college students grow in their relations with Christ. Membership in BSU is gained by joining the local Baptist church or any unit of church activity such as Sunday School, Training Union, or Brotherhood. While the BSU functions in and through the local church, it enters its planning and leadership in an Executive on the campus. Any Baptist student may be nominated for this Council. The BSU also functions through the Mississippi Baptist Student Convention and through the Southern Baptist Convention in worldwide activities. Through daily devotionals, prayer partners, consistent Bible study, church loyalty, and maximum Christianity, the Baptist Student Union serves the college community and constantly strives to make Christ more alive on the campus. Front Row: Leon Mashburn, Michael Murphy, Richard Noble, John Cook, Robert Abraham. Second Row: John Bennett, Ira Carpenter, Pat Newton, John Allison, Tim McGahey. Not Pictured: Jerry Dover, Lawrence Gunn. Since its founding in 1927, the Cardinal Club has worked to foster school spirit into every freshman. The Cardinal Club is an organization which is in charge of sponsoring such school spirit events as freshman roll call at pep rallies, the freshman pajama race and building a bonfire before the Homecoming game. Under the leadership of president, Noble, the Cardinal Club sponsored the traditional freshman haircuts at the beginning of the school year. The Cardinal Club is looking forward to the coming year with enthusiasm, and the club is always ready to give its continued support to the Rebels. .. RICHARD NOBLE ... JOHNNY COOK . MICHAEL MURPHY OFFICERS—Front Row: Nancy Katherine Barrett, Frank Eubanks, Jan Singleton, David Bryant, Sally Price, John Dale, Ronnie Second Row: Ralph Vance, Robin Fulcher, Albert Simmons, DAVID BRYANT SALLY PRICE JOHNNY DALE JAN SINGLETON NANCY KATHERINE BARRETT Sallie Thomas, William Pool, Lawrence Dudley, Katherine Shaw, Jesse Tutor. The Committee of 100, an organization of students of all faiths which represent all areas of the campus community, sponsors the Religious Emphasis Speakers who are selected by the Planning Committee of the Committee of 100. The members of the Committee of 100 accept their respon- sibility in the knowledge that they speak for religion on the campus in bringing to the campus each month a Religious Emphasis Speaker. During their two-day visits, these promi- nent speakers of different denominations and faiths are heard by students, faculty, and staff at convocations, in classrooms, and in discussion groups in dormitories and in sorority and fraternity houses. The students make all the arrangements for each speaker; they plan his schedule and consider him as their guest during his stay at Ole Miss. The fine spirit within the Committee of 100 and the with which students from all areas of the campus accept the responsibility tend to implant within the campus community an awareness of religious activity throughout the year. Front Row: Edward Peacock, Bill Freeman, William Gartin, Jack Wilkins, George Weeks, Darrell Doris, Dwight Maddox, John Van Devender, Henderson Hall. Second Row: Robert Nelson, Bess Nelson. Welborn Johnson, Don Nester, William Gottshall, Eddie Vandiver, Bill Smithson, John Estes, William Hayes, Lawrence Dudley, Warren Potts. Third Row: George Green, Horton Townes, Tally Riddell, William Defenbaugh, Henry Fly, Wiilliam Withers, Jim Rutledge, Larry Krogstad, Wayne Vance, Richard Bethea, Frank DeBay, Albert Fourth Row: Larry Whitener, Jack McIntyre, Mark Love, Marvin Quin, Ronnie Samuels, Stephen Vaught, Tommy Allen, Jerry Abdalla, Wallace McMillan. Not Pictured: Fred Beard, Fred Bourn, James Cunningham, Lawrence Ellis, Don Fruge, Jack Garner, Charles Grantham, Bryan Harper, Ray Hodges, Doug Hodo, David Houston, Buddy Lewis, Dorsey McCay, Donald Moak, William Moore, John Beard Neville, Vance Randall, James Speed, Robert Earl Stewart, Larry Thompson, Dennis Wynn, Ralph Young, Robert Young. Each year the Financiers Club at the University of takes on a new significance for students interested in banking and finance. In the spring of 1961 the Financiers Club was organized by twenty-five students at the University of Mississippi to help bring together students who are interested in banking and finance. Today this club has increased their membership greatly with students who come not only from the sophomore class, the junior class, and the senior class, but also from the graduate school. The Financiers Club here at Ole Miss is presently affiliated with the University ' s Chair of Banking. The organization is financially supported by Mississippi Bankers Association. ..WELBORN JOHNSON ...BILLY GOTTSHALL FRANK DEBAY GEORGE GREEN GEORGE WEEKS Front Row: Albert Simmons, Betty Carlisle, Bettye Fountain, Ronnie Samuels, Margaret Newton, Gary Sisco, Patsy Montgomery. Second Row: Susan Cockrell, Patrick Albano, Elaine Leggett, James Barton, Carolyn Ann Harris, Jerry Patton, Jane Collins, Edward Peacock. Not Pictured: Chris Blair, Larry Bourland, Thomas Callicutt, Cranford, Jerry Doolittle, Nelda Lynn Gober, Clara Holloway, Cynthia Horn, Terry Laher, Lewis McCool, Katherine Mann, James Nelson, Gary Patterson, Trish Payne, Wilson Pearson, Charles Robert Pennebaker, Eileen Quon, Pauline Quon, Cathy Reeves, William Richburg, Sue Roberts, Hugh Stancill, Gary Stewart. ... RONNIE SAMUELS . MARGARET NEWTON BETTYE FOUNTAIN HUGH STANCILL The Gamma Beta Phi Society was organized at the of Mississippi in March, 1965, with the induction of thirty-one charter members. Since then, the chapter has considerably in both membership and its purpose of promoting scholarship, leadership, and good citizenship at Ole Miss. The Society is a non-secret, educational-service for students in colleges and universities. Its purpose is the advancement of educational ideals, the encouragement of scholastic effort, and the rewarding of academic merit among college students. Gamma Beta Phi, in promoting its ideals and purpose, has instituted many useful service projects at Ole Miss, two of which are the establishing of a monitored study hall during final examinations and the recruiting of high school students in the state of Mississippi. Front Row: Gordon Hensley, Patti Henry, Sherry Mosley, Nancy White, Sarah Sue Ritchey. Second Row: Gail Christopher, Susan Sneed, Debby Dennis, Kay Bellande, Patty King, Melissa Clanton. Third Row: Judy Anderson, Sue McQuigg, Dale Dalton, Keren Ellen Everett, Jane Collins, Sarah Ann Milliken. Not Pictured: Barbara Archer, Sarah Ash, Olivia Bigger, Penny Blue, Anna Branham, Mary Bufkin, Elizabeth Butler, Dawn Clark, Dianne Duncan, Dianne Easterling In creative imaginations at the turn of the century, the idea of application of science to the problems of the home grow into the organized profession of home economics. From its beginning home economics challenged the intellect of the most highly educated women of the day and guided the lowliest toward the application of the knowledge of the day to feeding and clothing the family and managing the Having affiliation with the Mississippi Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association, the University of Mississippi Home Economics Club was organized in 1938. Club meetings are held on the third of each month. Each year a national theme is carried throughout the college chapters. The 1966 theme will be " Breakthroughs in Meeting Family Needs " with emphasis on different subject matter areas. Kathrine Flagg, Shirley Fratesi, Marilyn Hall, Janie Henry, Nancy Hogarth, Tillie Hood, Kathy Kelly, Ann Roe King, Deann Lewis, Jayne Lloyd, Angela Lord, Susan McBroom, Frances McMurtry, Joan Martin, Cathy Maxwell, Tis Neill, Lindsay Oliver, Maureen O ' Rourke, Ruth Ann Papasan, Helen Pillow, Brenda Sally Shuttleworth, Anne Smith, I ' na Rea Taylor, Dixie Cecile Walsh, Evelyn Williford. SHERRY MOSLEY . . ELIZABETH BUTLER PATTI HENRY NANCY SUE WHITE ..SALLY SHUTTLEWORTH Front Row: John Whitten, Herman Rogers, John Simpson, Curtis Waites, Richard Douglas, William Rigby, Thomas Drake. Second Row: Dennis Roberts, Sandor Varadi, Martin Kennedy, Bobby Homer Voyadjakis, Dwight Johnson, Claude Bowie, Archie Eugene Smith. Third Row: Edward Crow, James Wooldridge, George Prince, Bobby Coates, Rolf McHenry, Charles Raymond Owen, John Echols, Charles Pierce. Fourth Row: Larry Easterling, Charles Neal Willis, Eddy Howard Wright, Allen Lantz, Kenneth Brown, Bob Herring, Robert A. Herring, Counselor. Not Pictured: Lowell Fields, Michael Harrison, Michael Hedges, Steve Hedges, Frank Herring, Don Hutchinson, Dennis Marvel, Wilson Pearson, Darrell Russell, Richard White. JOHN ECHOLS ....DENNIS MARVEL. CHARLES OWEN .. LARRY EASTERLING The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the professional society in the field of electrical engineering. Formed in 1963 by the merger of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) and the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE), it is the largest and one of the oldest professional societies in the world. The membership of the student branch of the IEEE in- cludes electrical engineering majors and other students majoring in related fields. The purpose of the society is to advance the theory and practice of electrical engineering, and to promote the professional development of electrical engineering. The IEEE endeavors to foster a professional spirit among students with common interests while instilling a pride in electrical engineering and its related fields. Front Row: George Abdo, Cris Crawford, Jerry Wilson, James David Hood, John Hancock, Gerald Vance, Wayne McAlpin, Ronnie O ' Neal. Second Row: Dr. Austin Dodge, Gary Sisco, William McKeithen, Dale Gunkel, Emmett Berry, Glen Thomas Cartwright, Gerald Lowrimore, Greg Adams, Paul Welch. Third Row: Charles Leggett, John Schwartz, Hugh Harris, Walter Taylor, Carwell Traylor, Henry Hayden, Tommy Morrow, Charles O ' Bannon, Ham Haley, Joe Powell, George Taylor. Fourth Row: Spenser Hudson, Howard Joe Bourn, Robert Northern, Willie Thigpen, Keith Byrd, Gerald Viator. Not Pictured: Dewey Garner, Farid Sadik, Robert White. Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity is a professional fraternity which limits its membership to pharmacy students in the professional programs at schools and colleges of pharmacy that are accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. Kappa Psi is the oldest Greek letter pharmaceutical fraternity, being founded on May 30, 1879. It is the largest of all Pharmacy fraternities and is one of the largest of all professional fraternities, with more than 2200 members. Kappa Psi was reactivated at Ole Miss in 1947. Kappa Psi places great emphasis on scholarship. Two national awards are available to members for outstanding scholastic achievement. The men of Kappa Psi are chosen in recognition of their scholastic standing, general ability, character, personality, and activities. They must strive to exert their utmost efforts to preserve and further the high ideals which are always displayed by the pharmaceutical profession. ... BILL MCKEITHEN . JOHN HANCOCK GERALD LOWRIMORE .. TOMMY MORROW Front Row: Pamela Burgoyne, Pamela Juchheim, Linda Hamilton, Mary Jane Harvey, Eileen Quon, Judy Anderson. Second Row: Thomas, Elizabeth Goza, Gay Gottshall, Cassie Wilson, Janie Fuller, Norma Thompson, Marilyn Leach, Rachel Earhart. Third Row: Pat Thompson, Millie Sullivan, Judy Elam, Beth Gramling, Betty Rowzee. Not Pictured: Beverly Gibson, Linda Lee, Sherry Scarbrough, Linda Smith. NORMA THOMPSON DOLORES THOMAS ....PATRICIA THOMPSON GAY GOTTSHALL The Megaphone Club is composed of a sophomore girl from each sorority and two independents. In addition, the club has a freshman representative from each sorority and two independents who serve as pledges. During registration, the Megaphone Club sells red and blue ribbons to the freshman girls, who are supposedly to wear the ribbons in their hair for a week. The money collected is used to make pep rally signs, to help pay for the Rebel flags used at football games, and to pay for other club expenses. The main purpose of the Megaphone Club is to foster school spirit at every activity on campus. The club assists the ASB School Spirit Committee and the Cardinal Club with the Welcome Rebel Party, serves on the Welcoming and committees, and helps with pep rallies. OFFICERS—Front Row: Pam Madsen, Peggy Ware, Pam Connie Shirley. Second Row: Mike Malouf, Tommy Malouf, Matt Wunsch, Van Cheramie. Not Pictured: Mary Jane Gitter, Rev. Bernard C. Haddican, Ed Miller. The Newman Apostolate at Ole Miss has taken a somewhat new approach to its task this year. Through participation in the United Campus Ministry and in the spirit of Vatican Council II and the Ecumenical Movement, Newman has strived to broaden its scope, as it looks to the new horizons. The maintaining of an office in the " Y " building has afforded both the Catholic and the non-Catholic students greater to the truths and teachings of the Catholic Church. Newman, the church on campus, affords opportunity and satisfaction which must primarily be sought by the student before it can be attained. All students, faculty, and staff are welcomed as a part of Newman, which has none of the barriers that might arise of the difference in creed, color, culture, or country. MIKE MALOUF VAN CHERAMIE MATT WUNSCH MARY JANE GITTER ED MILLER OFFICERS—Front Row: Ann Ball, Frank DeBay, Katherine Shaw, Holmes Adams. Second Row: Pinkie Smith, Betty B. Whitten, Robin Fulcher, Ginger Walsh, Jan Singleton. Not Pictured: Bruce Atkinson, Jimmy Dukes, Gayle Golden, Larry Gunn, John Lilly, Thomas Jim Williams. JIMMY DUKES KATHERINE SHAW FRANK DEBAY JAN SINGLETON The Ole Miss Y (YWCA-YMCA), a nondenominational lay Christian organization with voluntary membership open to all students, faculty, and staff, dates back to 1868. of the faculty and staff cooperate with students in their endeavor to develop a program of Christian fellowship which offers free-time activities and other services to aid significant cultural, vocational, intellectual, social, and recreational interests. Special speakers, panel discussions, films, and drama are presented in hi-monthly meetings. The program is under the leadership of the Y cabinet, the elected officers of the junior- senior groups. The Y program is supported through contributions during the annual Y Finance Drive from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, Front Row: Calvin Campbell, Tommy Smith, Jean Baylen, Nora Finklea, (sweetheart) ; Mike Prewett, Tony Dean, Chris Bratton. Second Row: Sam Christ, Jerry Crocker, Tony Jones, Rick Williams, Pat Albano, James Dawes, Larry Smith, Steve Elkins. Third Row: Andy Prince, Zill Zanton, Eugene Bazaar, Scotty Posey, Allan Don Anthony, Pat Woods, Alan McGee, Jim Baker, Binky Bouton. Lambda Xi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America was granted a charter and installed on the Ole Miss campus on March 31, 1962. Nationally, Phi Mu Alpha is the largest national fraternity of its kind, with over 250 chapters. The purposes of this music fraternity are to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spi rit among its members and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. An All-Pledge Recital and an All-American Music Recital are only two of the annual activities of Sinfonia. But the heart of Sinfonia ' s activities lies in the performance and enjoyment in the finest of music. LARRY SMITH ..RICK WILLIAMS .STEPHEN ELKINS SAM CHRIST Front Row: Tally Riddell, Albert Simmons, Ronnie Samuels, William Johnson, Jesse Tutor, Chester Redditt, Fred Beard. Second Row: Bennett Chotard, James Yawn, Frank DeBay, Mark Love, William McGehee, Lyman Aldrich. Not Pictured: Bob Anderson, Ed Benson, Fred. Bourn, James Cambell, Keith Clingman, Lee Conner, Fred Flinn, Don Fruge, Jerome Griese, Bill Hayes, Carson Hughes, Hutchins, John Jabour, Kenneth Krogstad, John Lloyd, Lewis McCool, James Nelson, John Beard Neville, Roger Nunley, Louis Parchman, Allan Perry, Larry Provence, Vance Randall, Frederick Ross, David Coe Stone, Larry Thompson, James Watkins, Dennis Wynn, Ronald Yancis, Ralph Young. BILL JOHNSON JESSE TUTOR CHESTER REDDITT SAMUELS ..R. SHELBY DOWNER Pi Sigma Epsilon, " the National Professional Fraternity in Marketing, Sales Management, and Selling, " was char- tered in 1952 to create a collegiate brotherhood of men in- terested in the advancement of marketing, sales and selling as a career. Since the establishment of the national fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon has grown so rapidly that it is now the fastest growing fraternity of any kind in existence today. In order to be a member of Pi Sigma Epsilon, one must manifest an interest in the selling profession as a career, obtain the academic standing required for graduation, and show leadership qualities through participation in college activities. Seated: Sally Price; Mrs. Godbold, Advisor. Standing: Karen Dickey, Margaret Bunkley. The Student Education Association is a professional education with chartered chapters in accredited colleges and universities the country. It has as its members students who plan to teach. Its programs, aimed at developing personal and professional growth and include teaching films, practice-teacher panels, interviewing " know- how " discussions, and speakers from educational, as well as other fields. In keeping with Student Educational Association goals of providing opportunities for personal and professional growth for the membership, the University of Mississippi chapter has had a variety of programs this year. Miss Emma Ruth Corhan, president of MEA, spoke on " Being Professional. " Miss Nash Noble, returned Peace Corps volunteer, spoke on " Opportunities for Worldwide Service. " One highlight of the year was the American Week Tea which honored the School of Education faculty, the deans, and the heads o fthe departments. SALLY PRICE .. MARGARET BUNKLEY LAURA MORGAN KAREN DICKEY Front Row: Jo Ann Phifer, Elizabeth Butler, Bonita Lyons, Bing Witty. Second Row: Rev. Jimmy Jones, Bobby Childress, Johnny Boles, David Landskov, Johnny Guyton, Bob Norris. ...ELIZABETH BUTLER Jo ANN PHIFER JANICE BULLARD .... BOBBY CHILDRESS The Wesley Foundation is a fellowship of persons seeking to become responsible, faithful people of God. Through pro- viding opportunity for worship, study, fellowship, and service, Wesley becomes the church on campus. By providing many informal opportunities for students to experience the central act of the Christian faith, Wesley pro- vides worship. By adding theology to the student ' s curriculum, Wesley realizes that the vocation of the student is study. Because Wesley provides opportunities for real fellowship, each student realizes that one must be in relation to other people to have a meaningful life. Wesley provides opportunities for students to act as well as talk, for action must be an integral part of the Christian faith. Students are always encouraged to participate in many service outlets provided by campus life. OFFICERS—James Armstrong, Elaine Leggett, Frank Herring, Marion Davidson, Robert Herring, Sallye Choe, Hervey Graham. Westminster Fellowship is a student organization related to the Presbyterian Church. In theory Westminster is comprised of all Presbyterian students at the Univer- sity. In reality a core of the corps supports the organization. Striving to be more than a Sunday evening supper club, Westminster Fellowship is concerned with the church as a mission. Its activities, programs, and fellowship channel themselves from nurture to action. Schedule-wise, Westminster Fellowship unites for supper and programs on Sunday evening at the Westminster House. Weekday functions include luncheon meetings, grill sessions, and a weekly Bible study on campus. Organized to serve the campus community, Westminster publishes a newspaper, sponsors conferences, and by personal involvement proclaims the Lordship of Jesus Christ to the world. Westminster is also involved in the ecumenical movement on campus, the United Christian Fellowship, which seeks co- operation without compromise within the church. ....MANFERD REY ....DAVID TOOTLE ..ELAINE LEGGETT . JAMES BALDWIN Front Row: Connie Mann, Judy Wilkinson, Sally Green, Brenda Sue Eaton, Connie Sue Johnson, Patricia Guest, Gretchen Thomas. Second Row: Lynn Stegall, Pam Caldwell, Kay Khayat, Ethel Crawley, Linda Baker, Ramona Hennessee, Linda Goettman, Anne Crisler, Nora Allen. Third Row: Memrie Taylor, Carol Kern Sellers, Eloise Tenney, Jane Lewis, Janie Gilly, Virginia Shackelford, Jean Joe, Kathy Kelly, Sandra Baird. Not Pictured: Deen Barrier, Faithe Boatner, Candy Bushy, Karen Davis, Carolyn Flagg, Marsha Flynn, Gloria Hanson, Judy Nickel, Nancy Scott, Mary Ann Smither, Phoebe Spencer, Maxine White. ... BRENDA EATON CONNIE JOHNSON .... SALLY GREEN PATTI GUEST In 1926 the Women ' s Recreation Association was on the Ole Miss campus to help promote and, conduct intramural and other recreational activities in order that all undergraduate women students may have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports, such as volleyball, bowling, basketball, softball, badminton, and tennis. The WRA board, sponsored by Miss Emily Grace, of two members from each dormitory and sorority. The board holds meetings twice a month to decide the opponents for each team. A championship trophy is given to the group which accumulates the greatest number of points during the year ' s tournaments. Any group which wins the trophy three years in succession earns the honor of retaining possession of the trophy. DANNY ROY . SAM WINSTEAD . TOMMY HEWITT .. DAVID DEATON 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 is to promote the professional development of students in chemical Furthermore, it endeavors to foster a professional pride in chemical engineering. The chapter ' s activities include lectures by industrial leaders, movies, and field trips to industrial sites. Membership is open to all students with a major in the field of chemical engineering. Front Row: Danny Smith, John Dale, Samuel Winstead, Danny Roy, Elaine Leggett, Joseph Potter, Hollis Lunsford, Richard Wilson. Second Row: Kent Montgomery, Henry Munn, William Tippitt, Wayne Paul Hale, Coy Whitaker, Richard McAlister, David Dunlap, Ronnie Myers, Charles Rooks, Felice Lomangino. Not Walter Bounds, Mickey Brooks, Deaton, Tommy Hewitt, V. V. Joshi, Felix Kosinski, Robert Lloyd, David Karl Nelson, Roger Norman, Toshihiro Shinohara, Shyam R. Suchdeo, Bill Webb. Front Row: Horace Lester, Billy Joe Logan, Berkley Traughber, Kenneth Young, Gary Sisco, Brent Traughber, Eddie Brawley, Wayne Rammell. Second Row:. Vassilios Vayadjakis, Richard Swift, James Baxter, Stephen Foose, Clifton Valentine, Randal Embrey, George Grimes, David Box, Kam Wai, Brock Hattox. Not Pictured: Sidney Boren, George Chang, Wilbert Ellis, Ronald Hill, Virginia Ingle, John Gorman Schaffer, Edwin Valle. GARY SISCO . . BRENT TRAUGHBER ..KENNETH YOUNG . EDDIE BRAWLEY The American Society of Civil Engineers at Ole Miss provides the oppor- tunities for beginnings of professional associations in this field. Any student majoring in civil engineering is eligible for membership. Membership in the chapter assures that contacts can be made with the technical and professional progress made in civil engineering. The chapter meets once a month at which time programs consisting o f addresses by members in the engineering technical papers prepared by students, and motion pictures of engineer The Ole Miss Debate Team, under the direction of Mr. George Black, started its season with an informal meet with Memphis State University. The debate topic for this year is " Resolved: That the United States should reduce its foreign policy committments. " Assisting Mr. Black is Jim Wilson, Case Manager, and Nai Nai Everett, Affirmative Case Manager. scheduled for the first semester include an intercollegiate debate tournament at Mississippi State University and the Birmingham Invitational. The Debate Team will also send delegates to Youth Congress. During the semester the Debate Team will enter tournaments at Tulane, Millsaps, and Spring Hill College. ...NAI NAI EVERETT JIM WILSON JON LEWIS BOB STOUT Front Row: Jimmy T. Currie, Bob Stout, Cynthia Martin, Betty Carlisle, Nai Nai Jim Wilson, Cham Trotter. Second Row: George Woodliff, Wayne Herrington, Byron Hughes. Not Pictured: Holmes Adams, Bill Colmer, Jerry Gilbreath, Terry Haimes, Brenda Kimbrough, Alton Lewis, Jon Lewis, Handy Magee. Dick Starmann, Charlie Ward, Eddie Wilmesherr. Front Row: Nita Babb, Elinor Haney, Roger Nunley, Dianna Brummet, Bill McGehee, Merry Purvis, Charlotte Keeton. Second Row: Ken Smith, Martha Mabry, Martha Anne Milstead, Jane Ramsey, Mrs. Linda Duckworth, Advisor; Sandra Idom, Lynne Johnson, Lyman Aldrich. Not Pictured: Judy Bailey, Bonnie Bennettt, Rosa Burns, Susan Burson, Carol Carver, Marilyn Ann Duffee, Anne Eavenson, Carolyn Horrell, Marilyn Mills, Sandra Perry, Riley, Memrie Taylor. The Gamma Tau Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was established at the University of Mississippi in 1961. To be eligible for membership in Phi Beta Lambda, a student must have had or be taking at least three hours of courses and have a 2.00 grade point average. Every spring Ole Miss is host to the Phi Beta Lambda and the FBLA State Conventions. Bud McNeal and Saundra Pounds are presently serving as State President and State Secretary of Phi Beta Lambd a. 172 ROGER NUNLEY ....BILL MCGEEHEE . . DIANA BRUMMETT ELINOR HANEY MERRY PURVIS CONNIE JOHNSON ....ETHEL CRAWLEY PATTI GUEST SALLY GREEN The Physical Education Majors Club was organized on the University campus October, 1963. The purposes of the association are to advance the standards of the profession, to cooperate with state and national education and recreation major students, faculty, and alumni, to become acquainted with the work of leaders in Physical Education, and to stimulate interest in the various fields of Physical Education. The Physical Education Majors Club sponsors an annual Fun Night in the month of November. Front Row: Ester Frishman, Linda Ramage, Dean Allen, Ethel Crawley, Connie Sue Johnson, Sally Green, Linda Baker, Bonnie Cox, Nancy Stasiak. Second Row: Gene Betsy Davis, Gretchen Thomas, Barbara Knight, Jonelle Gee, Dean Bonds, Dean Wright, Charles Jeter, Linda Glenn, Nancy Smythe, Ann Pratcher, Gail Jean Coleman, Kathryn McElroy, Helen Not Pictured: Donald Clary, Suzanne Corretti, Brenda Sue Eaton, Tina Garepis, Gay Gottshall, Patti Guest, Ramona Pam Hodgson, Joan Holmes, Neil Lovelady, Connie Mann, Betty Nowlin, Joy Person, Connie Price, Johnny Richardson, Duran Scott, June Sims, Mary Smither, Margaret Steen, Elsie Wells, Go Wood. Front Row: Leon Filek, Robert Whitaker, William Tehan, B. N. Willis, Robert Waller, Grover Caloway. Second Row: James Hubert King, Carl Victor Black, Hardy Housman, Clinton Smith, Frederick Monk, Ray Davenport. Third Row: Stephen Harris, Steven Mossburg, Richard Sipos, Joseph Potter, James Lamphron. ...WILLIAM J. TEHAN, RICHARD CLINTON ROBERT WHITAKER Founded at the University of South Carolina, Semper Fidelis placed a chapter at Ole Miss in 1962. Semper Fidelis is a society for those midshipmen in the N.R.O.T.C. Department who are interested in receiving their commissions in the Marine Corps. Its programs are designed to promote this interest. Capt. Coomes of the Marine Corps spoke on the " War in Vietnam. " Lt. Col. Falkner and Gen. Freeman Gober have been among the other speakers. Circle K is an international service organization. The club here at the University was established on March 29, 1966. The chief aim of this organi- zation is to render unselfish service to the University and to the community. Having been organized for only a short period of time the club has not undertaken a large number of projects. The Club was quite active in last spring ' s Oxford Pilgrimage, working closely with the Chamber of Commerce. Present plans include projects which are aimed at helping the needy of the community. Front Row: J. F. Bove, Barry Wright, W. M. Troop, J. L. McHan, R. A. Thornton, Bryan Barksdale. Second Row: J. H. Champion, A. J. Herring, J. D. Ainsworth, N. D. House, R. E. Donnell, J. K. Huff. JERRY MCHAN ...RON THORNTON MIKE TROOP .BRYAN BARKSDALE Front Row: Bill Brady, Dianne Williams, Jean Stogner, Sandi Watkins, Jeff Davis. Standing: Phil Ryan, Judd Allen, Robert C. Sanders, Rusty Williams, Bubba Townsend, Henry Ed Fly, Bobby Helms, Max Hipp, Bobby Swords, Robert Sanders. The Society for Advancement of Management is the recognized national professional organization of managers in industry, commerce, government, and education and the pioneer in management philosophy. It has been to the advancement of management and management men since 1912, when the original Taylor Society was established. The University Division was founded at Lawrence College in Lawrence, Pennsylvania. The university chapters are dedicated to the development of tomorrow ' s managers today. They provide a bridge between the theoretical training of the university and the practical world of business and manage JUDD ALLEN ..LARRY PROVENCE .SANDRA WATKINS RUSTY WILLIAMS Military The Department of Military Science is a General Military Science Unit of the Senior Division Reserve Officers Training Corps. Training is conducted under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and his staff of officers and non-commissioned officers in accordance with the programs and directives by the Department of the Army. The mission of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps is to prepare college students for positions of leadership in the Army and to commission as junior officers those students who display the qualities and attributes essential to their progressive and continued development as officers in a component of the United States Army. LT. COL. R. H. RINGSRUD Professor of Military Science Major Donald E. Bates Major Herschel W. Bagby Captain Preston W. Holtry Captain James M. Nichols, Jr. Sgt. Major L. B. Westmoreland M. Sgt. C. B. Johnson SFC E. I. Buff SSG C. A. Spiggle SSG B. D. Pierce SFC J. M. Hickman LT. COLONEL JAMES KELLY LASSIE COOKE Brigade Commander Colonel ' s Lady The Reserve Officers Training Corps is organized as a brigade consisting of two battalions of three companies each. The Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel James C. Kelly, and the Brigade Staff are responsible for conducting the leadership laboratory and general supervision of brigade activities. The Brigade Commander and Staff are selected on the basis of their academic and military scholastic stand- ing and their demonstrated leadership potential both on the campus and during summer training at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. The Army Sponsor Corps is established for the purposes of fostering patriotism, res ponsibility, and cooperation within the cadet corps; developing leader- ship; maintaining high moral standards and charac- ter; and promoting military, civic, and social activities. Major Hugh Clayton Deputy Brigade Major James Pryor Major Braxter Irby Commander Brigade Adjutant Brigade Training Officer Major Gerald L. White Patsy Puckett Sgt. Major Donald F. Gober First Battalion Commander First Battalion Sponsor Battalion Sgt. Major Major Michael R. Phillips Sally Holloman Sgt. Major Donald R. Second Battalion Second Battalion Sponsor Clifton Commander Battalion Sgt. Major Captain James E. Mitchell Johnnie Michele Dale Holmes Cathy Cooper Sallie Eaton Company Commander Company Sponsor Band Sponsor Counterguerilla Sponsor Drill Team Sponsor Lt. George G. Byers Lt. Ronald Dickey Lt. James H. Shows Sgt. Oliver A. Hord Sgt. Edwin R. Williams Drill Platoon Leader Counterguerilla Platoon Band Platoon Leader First Sgt. Drill Platoon Sgt. Leader First Row: E. R. Williams, T. F. Vegod, D. A. Pieczko, W. P. Condon, F. H. Bryant, J. P. Caldwell, D. W. Boykin, W. T. Withers, H. C. Steelman, R. E. Keller. D. F. Wood. Second Row: R. D. Carney, M. B. Bartels, C. L. Denton, D. J. Arcuri, R. H. Brown, D. B. C. L. Fox, A. J. Gallo, J. R. Ross, C. N. Richards. Third Row: M. R. Holcomb, E. L. Wilkins, H. G. Taylor, J. B. Wooldridge, D. E. Whetstine, C. R. Dixon, H. D. Bien, W. H. Edwards, C. Huggins. First Row: J. E. Baker, A. W. Perry, W. Davenport, J. D. Hewitt, R. E. Rhoden, C. E. McCool, R. L. Peterson, J. L. Baylen, J. W. Dawes, W. L. Roach, C. D. McQueen, J. M. Harris. Second Row: R. T. Phillips, W. W. Defoe, J. A: Richardson, B. D. Morris, L. D. Lane, W. R. Todd, J. N. Staehlin, C. F. Furr, H. W. Hawkins, I. E. Cunningham, D. M. Wright, J. L. Berry. Third Row: J. 0. White, T. H. Collier, W. R. Ford, C. A. Payne, R. H. McKenzie, T. T. Lonardo, T. T. Jordon, K. S. Agent, J. H. Miles, C. M. Prewett, J. N. Spenser. Fourth Row: T. G. Smith, G. M. M. A. Jackson, D. L. Roberts, E. M. Bazaar, F. R. Flinn, L. C. W. K. Mandrell, T. 0. Joseph. Fifth Row: C. H. Grissom, J. R. Booth, B. Lude, R. S. Posey, H. R. Sides, J. L. Thackett, D. A. Windham, C. T. H. Bearden. Counter guerilla Platoon First Row: R. G. Stermann, J. T. Gay, J. W. Whitten, J. B. Simpson, B. B. Davis, R. L. Carlisle, J. S. Shackelford, T. W. Kugle, R. Hornbuckle, M. L. Kendall, R. G. Dozier. Second Row: P. M. Brady, S. H. Randall, J. D. Johnson, R. Hutchinson, H. M. Knodel, E. J. G. Tucker, R. A. Jackson, J. Poulsen, L. E. Barnes. Third Row: R. H. Pedersen, R. R. Heen, K. H. Bowen, M. E. Dumas, A. M. Zielinske, H. 0. Ledner, J. P. Rosmus, J. H. Clark, A. D. Grasso. Fourth Row: J. W. Warren, B. E. Buchanan, T. M. Golladay, R. A. Hunt, C. E. Anderson, A. L. Machany, F. A. Johnson, W. T. Lapolla, A. D. Dagostino. Fifth Row: L. S. Elliott, P. M. Keptner, A. B. Lewis, T. C. S. B. Wright, T. Langmesser, G. Terrebonne, S. H. Wheeler, W. Captain Robert L. Beasley Fleeta Fox Company Commander Company Sponsor FIRST PLATOON— First Row: R. G. Noble, J. A. White, T. C. Baumgapt, W. C. Anderson, T. E. Adams, T. J. Adair, T. L. Algood, R. W. Avent, D. S. Darnell. Second Row: G. A. Anderson, M. C. Bass, ' F. J. Anderson, R. M. Abraham, C. W. Allen, S. P. Allen, ' F. G. Barnes, R. A. Anderson. Third Row: T. W. Allen, V. T. Barfoot, D. L. Bailey, J. B. Aldridge, B. R. Allgood, M. H. Atkinson, R. K. Adam, C. B. Arnold. SECOND PLATOON—First Row: J. E. White, B. D. G. Bryan, A. K. Biddle, R. Blackledge, S. D. Ammann, W. E. Bennett, B. W. Bender, K. M. Murphree, W. D. Coleman. Second Row: J. D. Barton, R. H. Branson, G. J. Bogen. C. K. Bowden, J. G. Blavert, R. C. Bills, C. Anderson. Third Row: P. A. Buchanan, L. B. Bradford, C. J. Bryan, P. J. Bailey, C. E. Brasfield, S. Bright, R. D. Berry. THIRD PLATOON—First Row: M. E. Johnson, G. Chamberlin, J. W. Canterbury, B. J. Cavender, J. H. Cash, T. A. Carter, E. M. Best, J. L. Boling. Second Row: V. P. Cartee, S. Chustz, B. J. J. H. Champion, B. W. Carlisle, W. A. Bryant, W. Catlin, R. J. Berg. Third Row: V. J. Cheramie, R. D. Callihan, A. M. Capria, M. Campassi, E. S. Berry, S. J. Carroll, D. W. Beckwith. FOURTH PLATOON—First Row: W. W. Thompson, G. R. Cowand, D. L. Craig, J. E. Botto, H. I. Cowert, R. L. Crowe, M. E. Clark, M. G. Hill, S. M. Coleman. Second Row: V. D. Coburn, D. K. Collins, A. D. Covington, T. L. Collier, 0. R. Coker, F. R. Coggin, R. F. Coker. Third Row: H. H. Black, G. T. Crawford, J. C. Blodgh, N. R. Cruthirds, J. W. Cromeans, T. C. Birchett, S. G. Crosby. Second Lt. John S. Slack, 1st Platoon Leader; Second Lt. William D. Coleman, 2nd Platoon Leader; 2nd Lt. Fred W. Rushton, 4th Platoon Leader. Capt. William E. Roberts Beth Edmonson Company Commander Company Sponsor FIRST PLATOON—First Row: J. L. Martin, J. T. Bottom, J. H. Drott, R. L. Davis, C. H. Davis, K. R. Culver, C. F. Crumby, J. K. Dykes, R. N. Deshazo, J. B. Sneed. Second Row: M. J. Brent, C. K. Dilworth, J. M. Currie, D. L. Cuicchi, C. G. Demarco, J. C. Enderwood, S. W. Derrick, R. T. Daniel. Third Row: W. M. Elliott, W. H. Dement, J. W. Cummings, J. W. Crutcher, L. P. Crull, J. W. A. A. Derrick, R. E. Cardwell. SECOND PLATOON—First Row: F. M. Sulser, W. M. Chaffin, R. Giadrosich, K. Gentry, H. L. Dilworth, J. V. Felvey, C. M. Crockett, C. Easterling, J. C. Vandevender. Second Row: I. W. Carpenter, T. J. Edwards, J. L. Flippin, J. T. Edwards, J. G. Drace, H. G. Ferguson, T. B. Edwards. Third Row: J. J. Good, W. R. Deberry, D. R. Ford, R. A. Ervin, J. C. Dunn, B. C. Farnsworth, L. V. Embrey, M. S. Dickson. THIRD PLATOON—First Row: D. Ewing, K. H. Gerrark, R. C. Hazelrigg, E. L. Denham, J. W. Grant, W. A. Furlow, W. R. Greene, B. F. Hand, W. W. Johnson. Second Row: R. E. Decoux, L. M. Fuller, B. H. Fournier, D. L. Gerriga, S. G. Gastrell, J. A. Glenn, J. H. Gabriel, W. J. Gibson. Third Row: J. Pash, M. S. Harpe, W. S. Foxx, G. V. Freeman, R. A. Gable, C. C. Frazier, J. T. Foster, J. M. Enoch. FOURTH PLATOON—First Row: W. H. Dodd, R. W. Graves, A. A. Hogan, L. B. Gatewood, A. L. Green, J. C. Woolbright, J. A. Grimes, D. K. Gray, G. T. Godburn, K. R. Dreher. Second Row: C. D. Herard, J. E. Haid, C. R. Grantham, R. W. Hoffman, E. G. Gillugy, G. D. Gaber, G. R. Henry, E. D. Goodnight, J. M. Gilbreath. Third Row: F. Huckman, R. M. Howard, G. B. Hantla, W. P. Garth, T. Hanley, D. F. Gordon, B. G. Hall, W. A. Graves. Lt. Stanley F. Pielak, 1st Platoon Leader; Lt. Paul H. Aron, 2nd Platoon Leader; Lt. David E. Shands, 3rd Platoon Leader; Lt. James M. Ward, 4th Platoon Leader; Sgt. Frank S. Austin, First Sgt. Captain William C. Spenser Pat Horne Company Commander Company Sponsor FIRST PLATOON—First Row: D. M. Harrison, R. E. Johnson, J. R. Hardin, W. T. Harris, L. B. Hoover, E. T. Hinton, S. C. Lary, J. Crook. Second Row: E. J. Deuschle, J. H. Johnson, B. L. Jones, L. C. Gunn, K. M. Harper, J. L. Hawkins, J. Hadad, B. P. Haun. Third Row: J. L. Hicks, J. P. Griffin, J. C. Hatcher, G. L. Johnson, R. B. Herndon, C. W. Hartman, H. S. Hall, J. R. Huggins. SECOND PLATOON—First Row: E B. Vandiver, J. F. Lewis, J. C. Mallette, G. Johnson, J. Kirkpatrick, B. R. Kelley, P. H. Johnson, W. Pope. Second Row: P. V. Hester, F. P. Liberto, K. R. Lehman, M. A. Jones, R. S. Hayles, M. N. Horlock, J. S. Izard, J. D. Jacks. Third Row: M. J. McAlphin, H. N. Clark, W. E. Hester, W. W. Marston, G. F. Maynard, K. Harrelson, W. R. James, W. E. Johnston, W. R. Johnson, W. D. Hudson. THIRD PLATOON—First Row: J. R. Webb, A. B. McMullen, P. A. Landry, R. Livingston, D. R. Migues, J. S. Lane, R. A. Little, R. C. Johnson, T. P. McGahey, K. Chandler. Second Row: A. A. Koon, E. F. Kooiman, J. D. McDuff, Q. A. Lee, L. R. Locke, B. F. Lindsey, C. F. Johnson, J. B. Johnson, J. B. Milam Third Row: C. R. Lackey, P. I. Kosko, A. L. Hovious, L. L. Laughlin, E. G. McElveen, R. J. Locovare, G. F. Maynard, D. A. Dees. FOURTH PLATOON—First Row: B. J. Mott, N. F. Mears, J. F. Meyer, N. G. McKeigney, D. J. Milleman, J. G. Morgan, M. L. Kelly, G. Mitchell, R. V. Low, P. B. Summey. Second Row: P. H. McCool, W. G. L ynch, H. M. Monteith, W. C. Martin, F. W. Moseley, D. K. Luter, T. S. Marks, J. S. McCullar, J. G. Maynor. Third Row: H. McGehee, J. E. Langmesser, E. J. Lyon, E. B. McLaurin, J. D. Mitchell, R. L. Moore, P. C. Jones, M. A. McCoy, G. C. Lott. Lt. Wayne P. Corner, First Platoon Leader; Lt. Harold N. Clark, Second Platoon Leader; Lt. William R. Gottshall, Third Platoon Leader; Lt. James L. Murphy, Fourth Platoon Leader; Sgt. Robert W. Chesnut, First Sgt. Captain William C. Corrinne Johnson McGehee, Jr. Company Sponsor Company Commander FIRST PLATOON—First Row: W. R. Parish, J. H. C. L. Milstead, C. R. Mitchell, P. D. Orourke, P. E. Mowery, H. M. Mullins, E. E. Neal, G. R. Holland. Second Row: M. C. Murphy, R. A. Moorhead, M. C. Mounger, W. M. Myers, E. J. Miller, T. S. Neely, C. Montgomery, S. T. Nassar. Third Row: W. H. McNeely, N. M. Murphree, M. D. Moore, W. E. Mounger, J. A. Moss, E. Montgomery, H. A. Moore, W. Northcross, R. L. Muns. SECOND PLATOON--First Row: M. Love, D. G. Pearce, W. E. Phillips, J. L. Pool, J. L. Patton, R. H. Perry, G. Papenhausem, J. S. Netherton, D. E. Ramsey. Second Row: R. H. Patch, R. L. Owen, D. Petkov, J. 0. Park, J. R. Parker, W. P. Ogden, E. D Parker. Third Row: J. R. Pierce, J. L. Nowlin, C. S. Omara, J. S. Overstreet, T. D. Pieralisi, A. W. Peterson, W. C. Pittman THIRD PLATOON—First Row: W. McKeithen, A. J. Reed, E. P. Peadcock, D. M. Rather, E. J. Calvasina, R. J. Ragland, W. W. Reagan, J. A. Primas, J. G. Payne, J White. Second Row: J. A. Piazza, R. G. Pigford, R. E. Perry, W. E. Richburg, D. Roberts, D. C. Robinson, J. S. Robinson, T. H. Rainey, M. H. Rich. Third Row: L. H. Roberts, G. H. Rather, J. K. Richardson, E. J. Phelan, E. H. Roberts, R. Richardson, H. A. Price, F. H. Ploch, R. A. Ringsrud. FOURTH PLATOON—First Row: D. A. Herlmer, J. W. Rose, J. T. Scott, F. T. Searcy, G. A. Scott, W. P. Tose, C. Satchfield, D. W. Robinson, W. W. Rowland, M. L. Rye, T. A. McGee. Second Row: J. Hollingsworth, A. E. Rouse, W. S. Tobinson, J. B. Rjasell, C. R. E. Robinson, E. W. Ross, R. K. Reyere, B. L. Royce. Third Row: R. B. Sanders, M. T. Rogers, J. Reddock, A. D. Russell, C. P. Ryan, R. L. Rogers, W. H. Russell, H. E. Schaefer, R. E. Roberts, W. E. Richards. Lt. William F. Moore, Second Platoon Leader; Lt. Francis W. Bratt, Third Platoon Leader; Lt. Edwin R. Noble, Fourth Platoon Leader; Sgt. Lester F. Smith, First Sgt. Captain William C. Carolyn Bruno Strawbridge Company Sponsor Company Commander FIRST PLATOON—First Row: R. G. Peyton, W. B. Russ, R. W. Sharp, W. R. Sigman, W. E. Smith, J. R. Seay, M. G. Soper, H. L. Smith, M. H. Slocumb, T. A. Strickland. Second Row: R. E. Shands, J. D. Shaffer, B. E. Simmerman, J. R. Smith, V. S. Shelton, M. A. Sims, C. Serio, G. B. Shelton, L. D. Smith. Third Row: M. S. Simon, W. E. Sheely, J. W. Sample, T. N. Sledge, J. D. Shanks, C. L. Shoaf, I. H. Skinner, W. S. Shipman. SECOND PLATOON—First Row: J. M. Campbell, D. G. Weir, W. L. Tippitt, V. J. Stephens, S. C. Stevens, M. F. Spards, W. R. Smythe, L. C. Speed, R. K. Starmann. Second Row: B. M. Stewart, L. S. Tabor, S. D. Swor, H. P. Stewart, T. E. Smith, W. N. Spruill, P. M. Sturgul, W. E. Smith, F. R. Molpus. Third Row: W. M. Troop, W. C. Tate, W. D. Sims, E. C. Stone, F. S. Street, W. H. Starr, J. 0. Sards, G. S. Thompson. THIRD PLATOON—First Row: H. E. Weller, R. M. Tucei, D. E. Thompson, M. A. Uram, B. W. Underwood, M. H. Ward, L. J. G. V. Tanner, M. Tumey, W. F. Haues. Second Row: B. Vance, B. W. Triplett, D. B. Taylor, K. G. Sullivan, E. L. Thomas, J. B. Theim, W. E. Taylor, E. B. White, E. V. Theobald. Third Row: S. E. Tupman, J. R. Tubbs, J. A. Waits, J. D. Terry, R. E. Sulser, R. Vandstenbridge, C. M. Trahan, T. K. Thrash, J. P. Walker. FOURTH PLATOON—First Row: J. P. Scruggs, R. B. Warriner, G. C. Voyles, W. F. Walden, D. Wilkinson, J. K. Williamson, R. C. Weir, D. G. Wolf, R. S. Russ. Second Row: R. E. Warind, C. E. Williams, D. W. Warnick, R. L. Yoder, S. A. Weir, A. M. Zeidman, J. M. Wilson, J. C. Wallis, J. B. Williams. Third Row: J. S. Weems, D. A. Weathers, C. C. Zatarin, T. Williamson, L. C. Wentworth, J. T. Wade, D. E. Wilder, J. B. Witty, T. E. Williams. Lt. William R. Allen, First Platoon Leader; Lt. John P. McLaurin, Second Platoon Leader; Lt. Michael M. Baier, Third Platoon Leader ; Lt. Strawford H. Dees, Fourth Platoon Leader; Sgt. George Reid, First Sgt. Distinguished Military Students Color Guard Sponsors Rifle Team The 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 students in the program. A student may become a Regular by passing nation-wide competitive examina- tions, both physical and mental. Ole Miss is proud to be one of fifty-two colleges and universities who have this program. CAPTAIN ROBERT W. SLYE Professor of Naval Science Ralph Jacobs James J. McMonagle Alfred F. Beavert Thomas L. Derry John D. Noel Commander Major Lt. Commander Lieutenant Lieutenant John Loftis Burton Barnhart Charles Sitzlar Chief Quartermaster Chief Petty Officer Storekeeper Chief Wallace Holzerland Ray Davenport Chief Yeoman GY Sgt. LT. COMMANDER DON SCOTT CINDY MORRISON Battalion Commander Battalion Sponsor Lt. Michael Quigley Lt. Clinton Smith Lt. Richard Hutchins Battalion Executive Battalion Operations Battalion Supply Officer Officer Navy Sponsors Ensign Fredrick Bush Margaret Ferris Battalion Adjutant Drum and Bugle Corps Sponsor Drill Team—Front: W. A. Roper. First Row: J. N. Potter, R. L. Whitaker, J. A. Donald, W. L. Lavailee, J. P. Lamphron. Second Row: D. T. Holcomb, C. J. Oliver, S. C. Mossburg, J. R. Jones, C. W. Brown, D. R. Dorsey. Third Row: R. Sipos, H. E. Ogden, W. J. Fee, T. C. Harty, R. C. Crossley, T. H. Maxwell, W. R. Gaynard. Fourth Row: H. V. King, W. L. Bishop, J. G. Moscarillo, J. T. Lanehart, W. H. Housman, P. B. Douglas, S. A. Harris. John L. Dale Dee Dee Speaks Company Commander Company Sponsor Ensign William Roper, Drill Team Barbara Woodbury, Drill Team Sponsor. Ensign Stephen Weston, 2nd Platoon Leader; Babs Dabney, 2nd Platoon Sponsor. Second Platoon—Front Row: 0. J. Malbrough, T. J. Kenney, S. R. Evans, I. H. Nelson, T. W. Hudson, J. H. Hansicker, T. M. Luke, J. L. McNamara. Second Row: R. W. Hyde, D. D. McAleer, P. E. Farnsworth, S. D. Hayes, .J. H. Bouton, G. R. Booth, C. D. Thompson. Third Row: R. L. Deweese, S. C. Maddox, D. L. Molpus, J. M. Harral, C. N. Hudson, 13. D. Schwartz, F. J. McDonnell. Fourth Row: J. I). Caldwell, J. T. Crawford. W. L. Hall, R. R. Andrews, R. D. Shoemaker. Fifth Row: M. B. Bryant, W. D. Marion, T. J. Laher, J. R. Flansburg, J. W. Custer, D. L. Dunlap. Lt. Newton Gill Lynn Coates Company Commander Company Sponsor Ensign Robert Waller, 1st Platoon Commander; Elba Hogue, 1st Platoon Sponsor. FIRST PLATOON—Front Row: J. L. Dover, J. G. Anderson, W. P. Maloney, F. J. Hartsfield, R. W. Ippolito, B. L. Cooke, R. E. Russell. Second Row: R. R. Beckett, T. E. Kruse, R. K. Collins, R. T. Gordon, F. A. Buchholz, J. W. Lacon. Third Row: F. A. Monk, R. H. Ezelle, F. G. Vollor, F. A. Bradley, L. S. Roberts, W. S. Bozeman, R. L. Moody. Fourth Row: R. L. Winther, R. C. Williams, J. D. Minor, T. J. Sullivan, L. G. Vinson, M. L. Lowery, M. E. Bellamy. SECOND PLATOON—Front Row: D. C. Elmore, D. L. Booher. Second Row: E. L. Hardister, T. H. Smith, J. C. Stanley, R. F. Scruggs, M. D. Stauffer, J. M. Harper. Third Row: E. T. McCollar, C. R. Jackson, E. E. Williams, J. H. Ables, J. A. Dale. Fourth Row: F. X. Braun, T. T. Gibbs, T. M. Connors, B. H. Lott, M. D. Hobbs, J. D. Parker. Fifth Row: J. B. Jones, M. J. Keppel, J. P. Campbell, S. W. Neill, C. W. Streicher. Ensign Donald Elmore, 2nd Platoon Commander; Anita Grimes, 2nd Platoon Sponsor. Lt. Daniel Rabinowitz Judy Permenter Company Commander Company Sponsor FIRST PLATOON—Front Row: R. B. Clinton, R. D. Smith, T. R. Standridge, J. L. Yates, M. E. Poole, S. K. Howell, J. K. Hartwell. Second Row: P. T. Freel, D. A. Wiater, S. Varadi, J. D. Rogers, F. S. Irvin, R. S Rogers. Third Row: R. F. Spenser, E. H. Wright, E. L. McClendon, S. P. Ayers, H. H. Mitchell. Fourth Row: R. T. Cook, J. M. Currie, J. L. Kubi, J. E. Bass, W S. Thompson. Ensign Richard William Tehan Janet Hoover Clinton Executive Officer 1st Platoon Sponsor 1st Platoon Leader Grover Caloway Linda Gibson 2nd Platoon Leader 2nd Platoon Sponsor SECOND PLATOON—Front: G. R. Caloway. First Row: J. K. K. A. Rowan, H. E. Longsford, D. L. Holder, J. C. Clarke, R. R. Jones, W. J. Egan. Second Row: R. A. Herring, M. J. Inmon, C. R. Hume, R. B. Lewis, J. T Wells, D T. McKessy, D. K. Jurgensen. Third Row: J. H. Souder, J. H. Lowry, T. W. Hipple, S. J. Thomas, T. L. Hewitt, L. W. Cummins. Fourth Row: A. L. Henry, B. W. Safian, W. C. Simmons, R. J. Steiger, D. J. Turner. Front Row: G. R. Caloway, S. R. Evans, W. S. M. A. Crouch, D. C. Elmore. Third Row: Bozeman, D. L. Booher. Second Row: R. L. Whitaker J. G. Anderson, R. A. Herring, W. T. Tehan. Front: T. W. Barlow, F. A. Anderson. First Row: J. R. Stokes, W. H. Rigby, P. L. Dawes, R. D. Foster, F. M. Shipp, R. J. Lange, R. S. Fitzpatrick, M. A. Crouch, J. R. Bryan. Second Row: R. E. Mabus, M. 0. Wade, R. E. Windham, R. E. Dove, J. S. Breyer, W. N. Covington, G. M. Hardy, W. S. Smothers. Third Row: M. Latham, M. S. West, R. B. Ellis, J. Spime, W. C. Stoltz, T. L. Daniels, J. M. Wall, D. D. Alexander, P. I. Arbuthnot. Clark Everett, Jr. Wiley S. Brooks, Jr. William R. Cooke Major Captain Captain LT. COLONEL GLEN M. SANFORD Professor of Aerospace Studies Freddy Townsend Richard J. Rachal Forrest A. Morrison Burton D. Zeiler, Jr. Ernest S. Smith Marilyn Stephens T Sgt. S Sgt. S Sgt. Captain AIC Staff Secretary The Department of Aerospace Studies, a unit of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, falls under the joint jurisdiction of the University of and the Department of the Air Force. The mission of Air Force ROTC is to commission career- oriented officers to meet specific U.S. Air Force requirements. Air Force ROTC cadets in the four-year program may compete for scholarships that pay tuition, books, and laboratory expenses along with $50 per month in subsistence. ELLIS LATIMER ELLEN O ' NEAL WILLIAM YOSTE Wing Commander Commander of Angel Flight Commander of Arnold Air Society Angel Madelyn Cunningham, Beth Davis, Beth Eichold, Janie Fuller, Kathy Henry, Sharon Pipkin, Ginia Powell, Betty Rowzee, Laurie Simpson, Martha Tate Stokley, Deen Strickland, Jane Sutherland, Gay Veazey, Judy Watts, Bette B. Whitten, Sandra Williams. ArnoId Air Society First Row: R. Robertson, J. Marlar, L. Cunningham, L. Bates, W. Yoste, J. Johnson, W. Keener, R. Swift, D. Stacey, D. Kershaw. Second Row: L. Copeland, L. Penny, S. Ehrlich, L. McCool, J. G. Arnold, P. Trussell, J. Catt, W. Guy. Third Row: H. Sauce, E. Latimer, S. Lawyer, N. McKie, R. Wallace, J. McIntyre, D. J. Macy, C. Kelso, W. LaRue, C. DeMoss. First Row: D. Kershaw, W. Yoste, L. Penny, J. Marlar, L. Bates, J. Johnson, R. Robertson, D. Stacey. Second Row: D. Hodges, L. McCool, B. Lipscomb, L. Cunningham, R. Swift, J. Barrett, L. Third Row: J. Borden, H. Robertson, S. Ehrlich, W. Keener, G. Arnold, P. Trussell, J. Catt. AFROTC First Row: J. Copeland, T. Barrett, C. DeMoss, E. Latimer, D. M. Harrison, M. Brett. Second Row: N. McKie, H. Powers, R. Wallace, J. Webb, J. McIntyre, C. Nealy, R. Gurman, R. Godbold. Third Row: D. Rushing, J. Arnold, H. Sauce, H. Davis, J. Macy, C. Kelso, S. Lawyer, W. LaRue, W. Guy. scabbard and blade First Row: Frank Austin, George Byers, Grover Caloway, Hugh Clayton, John Dale, President; Ronald Dickey, Secretary; William Guy, Oliver Hord, Jr. Second Row: James Johnson, Treasurer; Roper, Jr., Don Rushing, John Shows, Lester Smith, William Strawbridge, William Tehan. Not Pictured: James Barrett, Michael Boland, Robert Chestnut, Richard Clinton, Larry Cunningham, Strawford Dees, Donald Elmore, Newton Gill, Donald Hutchinson, Braxter Irby, James Kelly, Ellis Latimer, Michael Lawyer, James Martin, James Pryor, Donald Scott, William Spenser, Donald Stacy, Richard Starmann, Richard Swift, Robert Waller, Gerald White. At Ole Miss athletics is probably the most exciting, most talked about, and most vital phase of campus life. The Rebels are always contenders in every sport and the winning attitude carries over with all Ole Miss Alumni. Our first class athletic program is one to be proud of and has brought much credit to the University. ole miss coaching staff CLAUDE (Tad) SMITH JEFF K. JOHN REED HOLLEY Athletic Director Business Manager Emeritus Business Manager The Intercollegiate Athletic Building JOHN VAUGHT Head Coach One of the oldest and finest traditions at Ole Miss is the fine staff of coaches that direct the first class athletic program. Since most of the coaches graduated and played as Rebels they are naturally inebriated with Ole Miss spirit and of course the players are taught the same winning tradition. the coaching staff is the " Ole Possum " Johnny Vaught who has a 19 year record of 157 victories 43 defeats and 10 ties. The colorful Rebels went to their Thirteenth straight post-season bowl game under Vaught in 1966. Head Coach Vaught has many experienced and talented assistants to call on in molding the finest athletes in the South into great teams. They are Frank Bruiser Kinard, offensive line coach, UM, 1938; John Cain, offensive backfield coach, Alabama, 1933; Jim Buster Poole, defensive line coach, UM, 1937; Junie Hovious, defensive backfield and golf coach, UM, 1942; Wobble Davidson, freshman coach, UM, 1942; Ray Poole, assistant, UM, 1947; Roland Dale, end coach, UM 1950; Eddie Crawford, assistant football and Head Basketball coach, UM, 1957; Billy Mustin, assistant coach, UM, 1950; Tom Swayze, Chief recruiter and Head Baseball coach, UM, 1933; Wesley Doc Knight, trainer and track coach, Spring field, 1935. Billy Sanders, equipment manager, also graduated from Ole Miss. With an increasingly better-rounded program of athletics Ole Miss is heading for the top in Intercollegiate competition. THE 1966 COACHING STAFF—First Row: Tad Smith, Junie Hovious, John Cain, Billy Mustin, Doc Knight, and Eddie Crawford. Second Row: Johnny Vaught, Brusier Kinard, Jim Poole, Ray Poole, Wobble Davidson, Roland Dale, and Tom Swayze. 1966 REBEL SQUAD—Front Row: Bruce Newell, Terry Collier, Chuck Norman, Carroll Walker, Van Brown, Joe Graves, Cliff Chump, Glenn Cannon, Steve Hindman, Bobby Garrigues, Doug Cunningham, Tommy James, Carl Allen Pope and Brent Gaston. Second Row: Bill Matthews, Billy Harthcock, Bob Bailey, Mike Robbins, Bruce Jimmy Haddock, Tommy Luke, Gerald Warfield, Julian Fagan, Joe Blount, Larry Thomas, Lee Garner, Bobby Wade, Don Street, Buntin Frame, and Chuck Hinton. Third Row: Frank Trapp, Jim In the words of the Ole Possum, Coach John Vaught, the 1966 edition of Ole Miss football teams experienced, " the finest comeback of any team I ' ve ever had. " Those words coming from a man who has coached many a fine team are fitting to a team that not only bounced back from 1966 setbacks, but who also erased the bad taste from the mouths of the fans who remember two previous mediocre seasons. With a schedule regarded as one of the toughest in the nation an 8 win and 2 loss record speaks for itself. Playing in the Bluebonnet Bowl against Texas is in keeping with a ten year tradition of bowl games. The Ole Miss football dynasty may become a reality again. Vaught also gives the 1966 Rebels credit for having strong leadership from the seniors. Spirit is such an important element in winning that this feeling of living up to a good senior example definitely helped Ole Miss. Even through the losses to Lucky Alabama and Georgia, Miller Hall retained a unity that was felt all over campus. Credit must be given to these graduating seniors who sought team recognition in- stead of individual glory. Coach Vaught will definitely feel the loss of Doug Cunningham, Chuck Hinton, Chuck Norman, Brent Caston, Lee Garner, Tommy Luke, Gerald Warfield, James Shows, Ronnie Fowler, Rocky Fleming, Marvin McQueen and Steve Terracin. Parkes, Charles Coward, Buddy Lewis, Sammy Graves, George Allison, Bobby Owen, Mike Magee, James Shows, Mike Swetland, Eddie Taylor, Jimmy Keyes, Mac McClure, Larry Whitener, Mike Milstead, Reed Webb, Tom McKibbens, Bobby Hendrix. Fourth Row: Chip Stewart, Bob Vaughn, Jim Farmer, Ronnie Fowler, Dan Sartin, Alan Bush, Claude Herard, Jim Urbanek, Jerry Richardson, Rocky Fleming, Hank Shows, Jim Sullivan, Mike Graham, Michel Haik, James Saul, Marvin McQueen, Steve Terracin, Bobo Uzzle, and Joe Ross. bluebonnet REBEL DEFENSIVE STALWARTS—Front Row: Jim Urbanek, Jimmy Keyes and Don Sartin. Standing: Marvin McQueen, Lee Garner and Jerry Richardson. The Mighty Rebel Rush Under beautiful skies in perfect weather a capacity crowd in Memphis witnessed a rather dull game and a Chuck Norman punting exhibition. Although the Ole Miss defense, lead by the " Fearsome Fivesome " of Keyes, Urbanek, Sartin, McQueen, and Richardson held the Spook Murphy Tigers scoreless, the Rebel offense could only score one touchdown. Jody Graves added the TD in the first half and Jimmy Keyes completed the scoring with field goals of 28 and 33 yards. With one of the toughest schedules in the country, Coach John Vaught chose to bring the team along slowly for its next three tough games. Two junior quarterbacks, Bruce Newell and Jody Graves, were used by Vaught but the Rebels stuck mostly to the ground. Bobby Wade was the leading rusher with 111 yards in 21 carries. Split-end Rocky Fleming caught six passes for 44 yards. Graves turns corner after gaining yardage. Tommy James intercepts Wildcat pass. End Mac Haik catches a long one. Street heads for paydirt. The scene was Mississippi Memorial Stadium in Jackson. Two long years ago the Rebels were knocked out of Number One by the Kentucky Wildcats. After two equally mediocre and miserable seasons the Mighty Rebels gained revenge. It was a sweet victory for the many that remember. A new twist was added to the offense that very surely added a needed spark. Although still shuttling quarterbacks, Vaught put Doug Cunningham at and moved Rocky Fleming to wingback. Mac Haik moved into the split end spot and responded with three catches for 69 yards. The defense aided by key interceptions again recorded a shutout. Bear-coached teams have a way of getting at you that no one else ' s team has. In what was definitely the biggest Southeastern Conference game of the year, The Bear used a snake and the annual pass interference call to trick the Rebels into defeat. The Snake is called Ken Stabler and the southpaw quarterback completed a phenomenal 16 out of 19 passes to harass the Rebel deepbacks. The Tide defense added to the big Alabama win by catching the first two Graves passes and intercepting two others. The Rebels finally got rolling in the fourth period under Bruce Newell who completed 12 passes for 87 yards. Consistent Bobby Wade piled up 93 yards in fifteen carries. Wade hunts for teammates. Rebels rally comes too late. Newell fights the Tide. Keyes adds only Rebel points. With both quarterbacks failing to bring Ole Miss a touchdown while being held to only 142 total yards, the Georgia game must be labeled an offensive failure. Five Ole Miss passes were picked off by the alert Bulldogs in the Georgia secondary. In the opening minutes Rebel defensive end Marvin McQueen recovered a Georgia fumble that set up a 21 yard field goal by Keyes. Georgia scored in the next quarter in the rare manner of driving the ball at the Ole Miss defense with successful runs by Ronnie Jenkins and Lenny Snow. A safety by Georgia finished the scoring. In the final period Ole Miss had many opportunities to score but failed to drive. At the Georgia 30, Graves lost twenty yards in three plays and the Rebels made the long trip back to Oxford with a 2-2 record. Loose ball in Athens. Its hard to say enough about what Doug did on one punt return. In Billy Cannon form the fired-up Senior from Louisville failed to give up and quit. He brought the Rebels from behind, Mississippi Southern to their knees and a thankful Homecoming crowd to their feet in about six seconds. Three minutes later he had scored again and, by George, the Rebels were headed somewhere. Ole Miss was tremendous in allowing Southern to gain only 97 yards. Bruce Newell, Meridian junior, established himself firmly as The Quarterback by leading the Rebs on a 54 yard drive that included a sneaky pass to tight end Steve Terracin that set up the winning touchdown. A bad snap on a punt had caused the Rebels to go behind in the first quarter. We were lucky to win that one. Things are looking bad for the home team. doug cunningham The complexion changed on one run. A familiar sight against Houston, Warfield style. Throw it to Injun. The Rebels finally hit the jackpot against the highly regarded explosive offense of the Houston Cougars. Newell hit on the Rebels ' first touchdown pass of the year and the 27 point total was the best of the season for the offense. Ole Miss remained undefeated in Memphis Memorial Stadium through five games. The defensive secondary had a field day against Houston ' s quarterbacks by taking a record number of seven passes away from Warren McVea and other Houston speedsters. Gerald Warfield lead the assault with three interceptions in his bid for All-SEC safety. Bruce Newell had his finest day in. completing 7 of 13 passes for 118 yards and including a long bomb to Rocky Fleming. Cunningham, Wade, and Keyes also scored for Ole Miss. Cunningham picks his hole. The screaming Cajuns in Tiger Stadium were quiet as the Mighty Rebels took to the air and conquered LSU behind the cheers of Rebel rooters fresh from a Friday night pep rally at Pat O ' Briens. The Rebs looked like the teams of old as they consistently came up with the big play on offense and also held the powerful running attack of the Bengal Tigers. Newell continued to lead the Rebels to victory by dropping two bombs for touchdowns. In the first quarter, Bobby Wade gathered in a swing pass and danced 75 yards through the bayou behind the blocking of Rocky Fleming. Hank Shows also caught a Newell TD pass in the final quarter. The lanky junior hit on 7 of 10 passes for 116 yards, Rebel pursuit. Fleming on the move. Keyes boats in Tiger Stadium. Monk prepares to smash the Vols. The victory over the nationally ranked and highly regarded team of Tennessee must be called the greatest win of the 1966 season. Clutch plays and a few breaks were all the Rebels needed to assure themselves of a very respectable place in the minds of Ole Miss fans. Tennessee completely dominated the game in statistics but the cool pressure play of the Rebels paid off where it counts . . . on the scoreboard. Late in the first half the Rebels started a drive that was capped off by a 25 yard Newell to Bill Matthews pass. A fine pass rush and alert secondary play kept the Warren-Fulton-Denney threat from crossing our goal line until the last minute of play. In the meantime, end Jerry Richardson had put the game on ice with a runback of a Dewey Warren fumble caused by Bobo Uzzle. The 1966 Rebels were heading for Bluebonnet Country. Rebels ready to lower the boom on Warren. Our Rebels like to play in the mud. A wet pigskin pass from Newell. Cunningham eludes Vandy tackler. The rains came and the crowd was a meager ten thousand in Jackson but the Vaught-coached players did not allow the weather to dampen their spirits. Scoring a season high total of points, Ole Miss recorded another shutout, Newell hit on touchdown passes and the Wade and Cunningham combination battered the Vandy line for many runs of considerable yardage. The one-sided victory for UM added more statis- tical prestige to their fine record and a comeback of five straight victories. The hapless Commodores failed to find smooth sailing among the muddy waters of the Mississippi Memorial Stadium. Vanderbilt was strictly outclassed by a pro type defense and an offense of new found potency. Mississippi State had better come to Oxford with some tanks to run on the Rebels. On an overcast day on November 23, thirty people turned out at Hemingway Stockyard for the relentless slaughter of 11 Starkville Cows. Paul Davis ' charges were pitiful as the Rebels whipped the Bulldogs. The nation ' s second best defense only gave up two yards rushing and forty yards passing to the Maroons. In the productive afternoon of fun and football, the Rebels rolled up 341 total yards and actually took it easy on the Rednecks. Scores were recorded by Cunningham on a 13 yard run, a 26 yard pass from Newell to Matthews, a field goal by Keyes, and a 15 yard smashing runback of an intercepted pass by Giant Jim Urbanek. The loss of Dan Sartin with a broken foot was the only mishap of the day. An 8 and 2 record looks mighty good compared to the poor 2-8 of Starkville Cow College. Catch us if you can, Texas. Cunningham leaves trail of fallen Rednecks. Giant Jim Urbanek heads for paydirt after picking off a Saget pass. December 17, 1966 will live in the painful of Rebel fans old and young as a bitter, gnawing recollection of a humiliating defeat. To Rebels, is never sweet, but this day witnessed a very defeat for the mighty Mississippi Team. Ole Miss got physically whipped by a full speed, all-well Texas Longhorn bunch. With Super-sophomores like Bill Bradley who scampered around end untouched for Coach Royal ' s first score and Chris Gilbert who ran for 100 plus yards including a 57 yard dash right down our throats, Texas managed to control the game. The Defense did give the Rebels possession of the football four times through interceptions by Tommy Luke (3) and Bruce Dillingham, but the offense just couldn ' t come through. It looked like the Longhorns were just a little more anxious to win than Vaught ' s Rebels. Sideline encouragement . .. Didn ' t work. " Wake me for the Instant Replay. " Cheerleaders reflect the despair of Rebel fans. Coach Vaught: " We were so sorry. " Street fails to get first down at the Longhorn seven- yard line. Doug Cunningham attempts a long halfback pass to Bill Matthews. 1966 REBEL FRESHMAN TEAM—First Row: Vernon Studdard, Penny Deaton, Mickey Harbin, Danny Hooker, Ray Heidel, Bill Jones, Buzz Wardlaw, Doug Simmons, Boyce Overstreet, Freddy Farmer, Tommy McGee, and Ken Wilkerson. Second Row: Johnny Gilliland, FL L. Dilworth, Sqiurrel Simmons, Bo Bowen, Joe Sam Owen, Elwyn James, Dennis Coleman, Richard Winther, Cliff Booth, Putt Crull, Bobby Winstead, Owen Holder, Mike McMaster, and John Baskin. Third Row: Billy Coker, Randy Kelly, Murrah Joey Marina, Gene Haskins, John Collier, Eddie James, Ray McLarty, Mike Baggett, Johnny Aldridge, Freddy Hollis, Les Shoaf, Mike Shoemaker, Jim Batte, Hap Farber, David Turner, Don David Roberts. Bo Bowen takes pass against Bama. The 1966 Freshmen played a four game schedule against SEC opponents and met some serious in suffering three defeats. The Baby Rebels must have been weary from scrimmaging the varsity as they were whipped by Alabama ' s Red Wave 33 to 7 in the only campus experience. The powerful Baby Bengals of LSU rolled to a Tiger Stadium victory of 31 to 7. The Frosh managed to beat Vanderbilt 13 to 7. In the annual grudge match against the " Pink- necks " of Mississippi State, the Baby Rebels got scalped in losing 28 to 12. Although many people rated the potential of the Rebel Freshmen higher than the season record, the team showed promise through several excellent indi- vidual showings, a fine team spirit, and a to help the varsity in many ways. The fut ure looks strong for the Rebels. Larry Martindale moves down court. Basketball came of age at the University of Mississippi in 1966 and 1967. Playing the hardest schedule in it ' s history, Ole Miss finished with a 13 win 12 game loss record. the past record and past opponents it really is a little out of sight. The high-spirited, sophomore-studded group of athletes played exciting, hard basketball against the best teams in the South and came out with a 7 win and 11 loss record against SEC opponents. Although many mistakes were made in the primary season for the bulk of the squad, the Rebels showed much determination and will-to-win despite mistakes. Coming through in the clutch games and when the pressure was on became a common strategy for the team. With a contending team, a colossal Coliseum and a competitive schedule the interest in basketball skyrocketed on campus and alumni began to attend more regularly. The spontaneous mushrooming of this great sport at the has done nothing but good for the athletic program at Ole Miss. The sweetest wins in this season came at the hands of nationally ranked Tennessee and a double win over Mississippi State by one point each time. A spark of revenge was lit in beating Texas, Alabama, and Georgia to atone for losses. LSU was a double victim and the Rebels fell twice to Florida, Auburn, and Vanderbilt in double overtime, while splitting with the rest of the conference and losing only to Southern Mississippi outside the SEC. The emergence of the basketball team really gives the sports program at the University of Mississippi a needed shot in the arm. The Rebel Basketball potential is unlimited and the winning attitude that now prevails year round on campus will certainly improve our athletic prestige and enable the whole University to benefit. The Rebel starting basketball team was the in the Southeastern Conference with four and a junior getting the regular opening Two 6-8 centers, Jerry Brawner and Rod Chamblee headed the pivot position with Brawner emerging as the big gun in scoring and rebounding. Dale Stevens, 6-6, and Ken Turner added a perfect match of height, scoring ability and range at the forwards with replacements Charlie Jordan and Chuck Burhorn, the lone senior player. Coach used the hot redhead Eddie Miller and steady junior leader Larry Martindale to supply clutch points and bring the ball in to boot. Their main replace- ments were Ronnie Aldy and Freddie Sester. The strategy of building a basketball contender simultaneously with a $2 million dollar Coliseum has paid off handsomely for Head Basketball Coach Eddie Crawford and Athletic Director Tad Smith. In the first Round Robin SEC schedule the presence of the Rebels was very much felt. The future looks unlimited for a fine team and for a fine coach. After recruiting a spicy mixture of Yankee and Rebel prospects in both 1965 and 1966, Coach has seen these boys play together, live, eat, sleep basketball and bring a heck of a lot of life to the campus. In every activity of campus life, ROTC drill, Grilling It, going to class or just hanging around, the Rebel Basketball players are proving that the team that stays together WINS! OLE MISS BASKETBALL TEAM—Larry Martindale, Ronnie Aldy, Ken Turner, Chuck Burhorn, Charlie Jordan, Rodney Chamblee, Jerry Brawner, Danny Dossett, Dale Stevens, Quay Parks, Freddie Sester, and Eddie Miller. No rebound needed. sec basketball Rebels Out Tall Texans. Turner cheers for opponents. " See if you can get fouled. " Ken Turner scores for Rebs. The brawny reach of Brunner. REBEL FRESHMEN BASKETBALL TEAM—Gene Crawley, Ron Coleman, Bill Hammack, Jerry Harrison, Toni Butler, Lock Ross, Max Atkinson, Terry Jordan, Charles Ward, and Cecil Jones. Not Pictured Gary Brockman and Johnny Turner. Baby Rebels defeating State. After six grueling weeks of fundamentals and blisters, the 1966-67 Baby Rebel basketball team battled and clashed with other freshmen, junior and small college teams. After recovering from Pre-Christmas injuries and jelling into a team, the frosh compiled a fine 16 win and 7 loss record. A double win over Mississippi State, a chance to collide with the phenomenal Baby Bengal LSU freshmen before 9,000 hostile Cajuns who thinned out before the varsity arrived, and the opportunity to play for an interested full-time freshman coach made it a very memorable season for the future Rebels. The starters for Coach Jan Bennett ' s team include: Ron Coleman, guard and high scorer, Tom Butler, center, forwards Lock Ross, Bill Hammack and Gary Brockman, and guards Cecil Jones and Charles Ward. Chet hits the dirt. A Belly-buster! You forgot to touch third! The 1966 Ole Miss Baseball Team bounced back from last year ' s losing season and shattered many individual records while playing in the longest regu- lar season campaign in Rebel history. In the 32 game schedule, Coach Tom Swayze ' s appleknockers played exciting baseball while figuring prominently in the race for the SEC Western Division Championship. At the close of the season the Rebels found them- selves just a wild pitch away from being on top of the first-place Rednecks. The overall record was 18-14 with 10 wins and 6 losses in Western Division play. The Rebels kept in contention up until the last series with Mississippi State but dropped seven one-run games that broke their backs. At home the Rebs were only beaten once. That win by the State manurepushers meant the pennant. Ole Miss only lost one series and that one in the early part of the season. In a southwest swing THE 1966 REBEL BASEBALL TEAM—First Row: Ed Deuchle, Ronnie Robinson, Chip Stewart, Tommy Morris, Eric Ayer, Robert Garrigues, and Ronnie Penny. Second Row: Dave Jennings, Lent Rice, Jimmy Bennett, Butch Lambert, Jimmy Yawn, Buzzy Haven, Jerry Paulsen, and Jimmy Legg. Third Row: Eddie Brawley, Louis Jennings, Mike Robbins Chet Bergalowski, Russ Joh nson, Scotty Hasler, Chuck Huffstatler, Glen Lusk, Butch Owen, and Charlie Williams. Tulane ' s Coach picks at problem. Swayze ' s mentors met the powerhouse of Florida State and lost four straight. In championship play Ole Miss broke even (2-2) with Alabama and Mississippi State, while beating Tulane and LSU 3-1. Other Rebel victims were Memphis State, Delta State, Mississippi Southern, and Nichols State. Several Ole Miss players enjoyed record-breaking seasons with noteworthy hitting and pitching Leading the Rebel pitchers was big Scotty Hasler who had a 7.1 record and a brilliant 1.50 earned run average. Other hard-working Rebel hurlers were sophomores Eric Ayer (3-3) and Butch Lambert (1-1) and Chip Stewart (2-0). Senior Russ Johnson closed out his college career (12-4) with a season-ending no-hit victory over Mississippi State. The 1966 Rebels were not lacking in punch either. All-SEC shortstop Jimmy Yawn broke several team records while batting a white-hot .409. Coach Tom Swayze Tad Smith congratulates a fine field general. Mickey likes them fast and hard. Daily workout for the Rebels. A Meridian-born fivesome plus one Illinois Yankee put Ole Miss on the golfing map in 1966. Teeing off in hard-driving form the Rebel gunners shocked mighty LSU by charging home to victory in the prestigous Buckhaults Invitational in Mobile. tournament victory was added at the Mississippi Intercollegiate Championship. Sophomore Jimmy Gamlin and Johnny Dement, both of Meridian, tied for medalist honors with Gamblin winning the play- off. Don Fruge was co-medalist in the Mobile Chuck Rea, Meridian sophomore, set the University course record with a sizzling 69. The Rebels finished second in the Tiger Invitational at Baton Rouge, added a ninth place at the Southern Invitational, and closed with a slumping sixth in the SEC. The 1966 UM golf team was certainly one of the finest in school history and the 6-2-1 record will be hard to beat. A pressure putt that drops. 966 REBEL GOLFERS—Kneeling: Coach Junie Hovious, Terry Shad, Chuck Rea, and Jimmy Gamblin. Standing: Bobby Parker, Johnny Dement, and Don Fruge. Mike prepares to slam. COACH JOHN CAIN Although a 4-9 finish does not look like much of a record, there were bright spots in the 1966 tennis picture. The record was better than several of the preceding years. Victories over Millsaps, Mississippi College, and Southwestern of Memphis were Rebel, highlights. This is quite a record in itself, but the sturdy netmen also fought to second place finish in the Southern Mississippi Invitational. The Rebels finished fourth in the Mississippi Intercollegiate tournament and played in the SEC championship. Although the team did not fare so well, some of the players did have winning individual records. Brad Hovious of Oxford (12-8) an d Mike Baier of (15-5) were the bright spots of the team. The sophomore-junior twosome also combined for a 12-8 doubles record. The close of the 1966 season found Coach John Cain searching for some support for the double-barrel threat of Baier and Hovious. Brad Farber in fine form. The 1966 varsity track team did not win any major (or minor!) track meets, or overwhelm its opponents with team prowess, but the Rebels did advance in other ways. Coach Wes (Doc) Knight coached the Rebels who entered more meets than ever before. Several individuals achieved success throughout the year. Injuries plagued the varsity but in the LSU meet Pat Parker, Chuck Burhorn, and the 440 relay team won places. The freshman team deserves special recognition, for these Rebels consistently won or placed in their events. Brad Farber, Murrah graduate, won the 440 at LSU and placed fourth in the SEC. Other freshmen were Jim Miller, high jumper, and sprinter Jim Rose. The success of the freshmen team is an indication of a new emphasis on track at Ole Miss. .... MARVIN MCQUEEN JIMMY YAWN BRUCE NEWELL. MICHEL HAIK CHUCK HINTON The M Club is a group of men who have earned a letter in an intercollegiate sport and have lived through the initiation. The purpose of the club is the promotion of interest and participation in sports. Through the fine example of the members of the M Club, a great deal of respect has been gained for the athletic participants at Ole Miss. Instead of being Redneck Meats that predominate at many other athletically-minded schools the well-bred Ole Miss athletes of the M Club are an integral part of the University and a point that Rebels can be proud of. The M Club Room in Miller Hall is resting place for weary athletes. MARVIN McQUEEN President First Row: George Alliston, Wesley Arnold, Eric Ayers, Mike Baier, Robert Bailey, Chuck Burhorn, Alan Bush, Brent Gaston, Doug Cunningham, Eddie Denschle, Bruce Dillingham, Jim Farmer, Rocky Fleming, Ronnie Fowler, Jimmy Gamblin. Second Row: Lee Garner, Robert Garrigues, Mike Graham, Joe Graves, Sammy Graves, Jimmy Haddock, Mac Haik, Billy Scotty Hasler, Buzzy Haven, Bobby Hendrix, Steve Hindman, Chuck Hinton, Bill Hovious, Brad Hovious. Third Row: Tommy James, Mike Kershaw, Jimmy Keyes, Stark King, Butch Lambert, Buddy Lewis, Tommy Luke, Glenn Lusk, James McCraney, Marvin McQueen, Mike Magee, Larry Martindale, Bill Matthews, Jim Moran, Chuck Norman. Fourth Row: Butch Owen, Jim Parks, Quay Parks, Bill Poland, Chuck Rea, Jerry Richardson, John Richardson, Mike Robbins, Ronnie Robinson, Dan Sarten, James Saul, Hank Shows, James Shows, Chip Stewart, Don Street. Fifth Row: Jim Sullivan, Steve Terracin, Frank Trapp, David Turnell, Jim Urbanek, Bobo Uzzle, Robert Vaughn, Bobby Wade, Carroll Walker, Gerald Warfield, Reed Webb, David Wells, Larry Whitener, Jimmy Yawn. The 1966-67 Ole Miss Rebel Band, under the leadership of James Ferguson and Ronald Thielman, participated in eight football games, numerous pep rallies, parades, and the annual Welcome Rebel Party. Led by the world famous Rebelettes, the Band boosted the fame of the Rebels and the whole with fine halftime performances and never dying Rebel spirit. Band members (as well as the audiences) enjoyed the Rebelettes ' interpretation of " Spanish Flea " plus an off the cuff version of " Land of 1000 Dances. " Being a member of the Ole Miss Band involved hard work, but with the work came its rewards, for this year ' s Band celebrated the Rebel ' s victory over LSU with a weekend in New Orleans and flew into to support the Rebels in the Bluebonnet Bowl against Texas. Bandsmen load for the flight to Houston and the Bluebonnet Bowl. Rebelette Deborah Brown shows several of the Rebelettes a new pose. Ole Miss Band at the Bowl. Rebelettes include: Jinny Alexander, Corretti, Barbara Sandra Stone, head majorette Dot McCoy, Janie Gitter, Beverly Brooks, Gayle Brackett. Second Row: Brooks, Donna Chinn, Betty Jo Wampler, Pat Brooks, Gigi Franklin, Whitner, Melanie Willis, Barbara Kemp, Bonnie Burns, Debora Brown, Karen Cloutman, Janis Woolly, Jones, Carol Carver, Lynne Coates, and Sharon Sabilia. Mr. Ferguson directs the band at one of its many practices. The Fraternity Intramural Council plans and directs all the intramural athletic activities in which the social fraternities compete. The Council operates a point system to determine the league, sport, and overall champion for the year. Scheduling, eligibility, rule interpretation and compiling are duties of the sixteen Council members. During the fall the hotly contested games of touch football begin the race for the Intramural Trophy. Basketball, bowling, volleyball, golf, tennis, softball, and ping-pong round out the rest of the Greek sports. Every year the competition is keen between rival vying to win the trophy. Phi Delta Theta fraternity triumphed in last year ' s competition and kept a two year hold on the football championship. THE INTRAMURAL COUNCIL—First Row: Mike Rawdon, Roger Cox, Vice-President; Greg Dorion, President; Steve Pielak, Treasurer; and Steve Ammann. Second Row: D. Richardson, Bill Clement, Scott Thompson, Wayne Larue, and Harris Powers. Third Row: Robert Gorman, Marvin Sanders, Florian Ploch, and Cem Morgan. Out of the way, BOY! A pickoff for the Champs. A hairy game. Grog Clement stomps the snale. On any athletic team there are always standouts whose play excells above the caliber of the other members of the team. The University of Mississippi has had a long tradition of athletes who have been of such a high quality that they have been recognized as the best in the conference or the nation. 1966-1967 has been no exception in producing a fine group of All-Stars, To the true fan of the Rebels it is a shame to recognize the few who have been most instrumental in bringing national renown to the athletic teams of the University without also giving credit to the supporting cast. Among the persons who have helped Ole Miss produce All-Americans are the coaches, of course. Backing them up has been a truly first class athletic department that coordinates finances, publicity, scheduling, ticket sales, equipment, and the thousands of details that are involved in fielding athletes in intercollegiate competition. The student body led by the cheerleaders also adds a tremendous amount of incentive to the oth er factors that make someone a very good or even great player. All-Stars are very special people at Ole Miss and their names will now be added to such past greats as Mike Dennis, Jim Dunnaway, Glynn Griffin, Jake Gibbs, Charlie Conerly, The Poole Brothers, Bruiser Kinard, Donnie Kessinger, Joe Gibbon and others who have stood out in the field of athletic competition. CHET BERGALOWSKI YAWN Football, JIM All SEC, All-American URBANEK Baseball, All JIMMY SEC, All-American Baseball, All SEC Catcher Tackle Shortstop Miller Hall—Home of the All•Stars. DOUG CUNNINGHAM SCOTTY " Bull " HASLER JERRY RICHARDSON rihardson Football, All SEC Tailback Baseball, All SEC Pitcher Football, All SEC End The Alumni House DR. HOWARD NELSON President W. E. WILROY MITCHELL SALLOUM Vice-President Athletic Representative From a very obscure beginning as the Alumni on September 16, 1853, the Alumni Association of Ole Miss has reached a position of prominence and effectiveness that is strongly felt throughout the state. Many of the top leaders in professional fields, and positions of respect are members of the Alumni Association. With a membership of 10,000, an expanding facility to care for the increasing needs at the Alumni House, and a full time staff to keep members up to date, The Alumni Association has become a vital part of the program of the University. Highlight of the Association ' s year is Homecoming where new members are initiated. . R. SMITH, JR., Corinth JAMES F. INGRAM, Tupelo DR. JACK SENTER, Belmont District Two W. D. GARDNER, Greenville IRA L. MORGAN, Oxford W. H. MONTJOY, Greenwood District Three JOHN PREWITT, Vicksburg S. D. COLLINS, Jackson W. L. Jackson District Four JOEL G. PAYNE, Brandon LUTHER PITTMAN, Raleigh Dr. W. D. GUNN, Quitman District Five RAYMOND BROWN, Pascagoula PAUL L. WRIGHT, Gulfport Louts MAPP, Hattiesburg State-at-Large PERCY DELOACH, JR., Greenwood MRS. GUYNELL S. TONEY, Centreville PAUL MCMULLAN, Hattiesburg FRANK POTTS, Jackson R OWL AND HEIDELBERG, Hattiesburg EDWARD J. BOGEN, Greenville CHARLES FAIR, Louisville BAXTER 0. ELLIOTT, JR., Oxford LEON C. HARBIN, Grenada MRS. MILDRED SPIKES. Jackson DR. J. C. WAITES, Laurel DR. A. K. MARTINOLICH, Bay St. Louis MARKO BUTIRICH, Biloxi ROBERT M. CONDON, Greenville LOWRY DYRE, Grenada GEORGE WORTHEN, Tupelo DR. LEWIS NOBLES, Oxford CURTISS MCKEE, Jackson ERNEST GRAVES, Laurel TAYLOR MCELROY, JR., Jackson DOUGLAS KOGER, Bay St. Louis Out-of-State KELLY CLIFFORD, Houston, Texas MAURICE COLLY, Atlanta, Georgia ELBERT HODGE, Birmingham, Alabama DR. A. A. WINDHAM, Memphis, Tennessee MARION BISHOP, Washington, D.C. DAVID GROSS, New Orleans, Louisiana Louts G. BAINE, Baton Rouge, La. DR. HECTOR HOWARD, Memphis, Tennessee R. D. WILCox Laurel JACK W. BARKSDALE, JR. Jackson WILLIAM H. BARBOUR Yazoo City JAMES T. SINGLEY Meridian ORMA R. SMITH, SR. Corinth MITCHELL S. SALLOUM, SR. Gulfport R. BAXTER WILSON Jackson CHESTER H. CURTIS Clarksdale CARL MCKELLAR Columbus S. LYI,E BATES Jackson SAM P. CARTER Quitman FRANK E. EVERETT V icksburg THOMPSON MCCLELLAN West Point OTHO R. SMITH Meridian GEORGE PAYNE COSSAR Charleston HARVEY LEE MORRISON Okolona TAYLOR H. MCELROY Oxford DAVID COTTRELL Gulfport JAMES MCCLURE Sardis DR. I. C. KNOX Vicksburg Ex Officio Members—Medical DR. W. E. CALDWELL Baldwyn DR. B. B. O ' MARA Biloxi Dr. W. E. LOTTERHOS Jackson DR. HOWARD A. NELSON Greenwood DR. S. LAMAR BAILEY Kosciusko Ex Officio Members—Law WILLIAM WINTER Jackson HUGH N. CLAYTON New Albany GASTON HEWES Gulfport JOE DANIEL Jackson Ex Officio Members—Nursing MRS. LUCY THOMPSON Myrtle Beach, S. C. MRS. YVONNE P. BERTOLET Vidalia, La. MRS. M. EVERS Jackson MRS. ANN C. ZIMMERMAN Hazlehurst MRS. JOAN S. BERRY Jackson Ex Officio Members Engineering C. EDMONDSON JONES Jackson A. B. HARGIS Lake City, Fla. WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN JAMES N. BUTLER C. WILLIAM, PRICE C. TRENT LOTT Alumni Director Alumni Secretary Medical Alumni Secretary Acting Law Alumni Secretary An opportunity to beautify, enhance, and cultivate one ' s college life lies in the Greek System. Indelible memories of those anxious moments during rush, frustrating pledge duties, the nervous excitement of becoming an active—those occasions which assure all efforts were worthwhile. Cherished secrets and identical pins secures the bond of genuine friendship among those who claim the same brotherhood. Council To promote inter-sorority cooperation, the members of the ten sororities at the University of Mississippi have organized a group known as the Panhellenic Council. Its main purpose is to promote understand- ing and cooperation among the members of the sororities and to regulate and enforce all rushing rules. Always working for the good of the University, Panhellenic strives to promote fine intellectual achievement and scholarship, to maintain high social standards, and to promote worthy projects on and off the campus. Two representatives from each sorority plus the president of each sorority meet with the Panhellenic Executive Board and the Panhellenic Advisors to form the Council. The officers of the council are selected on a rotation basis with each sorority having an officer at regular intervals. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MARGARET FURGESON Panhellenic President Officers of Panhellenic are Judy Ray, Treasurer; Carla Cross, Judy Cobb, Vice-President; and Margaret Furgeson, President, First Row: Mary Allen, Diana Barger, Beth Brown, Virginia Brown, Patty Canty, Judy Carolyn Cobb, Carla Cross. Second Row: Margaret Ferguson, Jo Finch, Barbara Fowler, Barbara Frank, E. Gatewood, Sharon Anne Jones. Third Row: Betty Moore, Susan Peeler, Sarah Price, Julienne Ray, Susan Reed, Carol Sellers, Susan Sharpe. Fourth Row: Martha Smira, Sandy Smith, Betty Stewart, Dixie Thomas, Lana Toney, Fay Tullos, Camille Not Pictured: Carolyn Bruno. Junior Panhellenic officials, under the of Senior Panhellenic, sell tickets to the Greek Food Line. SUSAN PEELER President JO CAROL FINCH Vice President JEANETTE MCGUIRE Recording Secretary JANELLE CRANFORD Treasurer Virginia Walsh and Connie Berry read up on sorority by-laws. The oldest secret society for college women, Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, the oldest women ' s college in the world. Delta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi received its charter at the University of Mississippi on February 25, 1961. ADPi ' s at Ole Miss participate each year in a national Philanthropic Project which contributes to the Cripple Children ' s Fund and to the Heart Fund. The members of Delta Sigma Chapter are active in many phases of campus life. The chapter counted among its many honors in 1965-1966 a second place rating in scholarship, several members of CWENS, Miss University, and Pharmacy Queen. The sorority colors azure blue and white, and the violet, its flower, are an aspiration to the members to live up to the ideals stressed by the founders of the sorority. Active members of Alpha Delta Pi proudly wear a diamond- shaped badge which bears clasped hands, the symbol of the ADPi motto, " We live for each other. " First Row: Connie Berry, Chris Blair, Jean Bloch, Marjorie Burton, Betty Carlisle, Jane Collins, Janelle Cranford, Carla Cross. Second Row: Gloria Daniels, Liz Deem, Linda Jo Dickerson, Rose Duncan, Barbara Byre, Nancy Ellis, Jo Finch, Lorabeth Fisher. Third Row: Rosilyn Fisher, Barbara Frank, Ida Graham, Linda Greg ory, Carolyn Ann Harris, Elizabeth Hensley, Ann Horn, Cathy Hurt. Fourth Row: Jane Jones, Charlotte Keeton, Kathy Kelley, Sandra Kidd, Brenda Kimbrough, Rie Lewis, Jeanette McGuire, Susan McNamee. Fifth Row: Frances Martin, Paula Meek, Trish Payne, Susan Peeler, Saundra Pounds, Charlotte Price, Amy Smith, Jean Smith. Sixth Row: Margaret Steen, Pepper Stuber, Lana Tanner, Sarah Thornton, Tonja Tucker, Virginia Marianne Walsh, Betty Wampler, Marilyn Weakley. Seventh Row: Marian Webster, Elaine Wooten. Not Pictured: Beverly Blair, Nancy Brumfield, Joann Capparelle, Cheryl Drennan, Kay Edwards, Evelyn Finch, Fischelmayer, Harriet Gentry, Nancy Lee, Linda Martin, Harriet Moore. SUSAN REED President PATTY CURRY Vice President Lu ALICE HILL Secretary ELINOR HANEY Treasurer Ouija, will he ask me out again tonight? Nu Beta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established at Ole Miss in 1957, after its founding at Barnard College in 1897. The AOPi ' s stress all phases of campus life. Lu Hill. Secretary of Mortar Board, was selected as Campus Model Pledge. AOPi has four members of Alpha Lambda Delta: Beth Brown. President; Sue Dubard, Secretary; Janis Woolly, Historian; and Phyllis Raiford. Janis Woolly is also a CWEN. Karen Davis and Suzanne Riley are Society editors of the MISSISSIPPIAN. AOPi is proud of NROTC Sponsors Ebbie Hogu e and Babs Bradley: of Trudie Wilkens. 1st alternate to Miss Mississippi Universe; and of Rebelettes Carol Carver. Penny Stone, Suzanne Corretti, and Janis Woolly. AOPi ' s serve on WRA, the Campus Senate, SAI, the Committee of 100. the OLE MISS staff. and ASB Committees. Also active in philanthropic areas. AOPi sponsors the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky. Locally. they entertained the Golden Age Home on Halloween and underprivileged children at Christmas. AOPi ' s at Ole Miss truly live up to the model of sincerity and friendship set forth by their founders. First Row: Kathy Abraham, Barbara Alexander, Vennie Allen, Karen Atchley, Ann Avery, Katherine Bailey, Linda Baker, Mary Barrett, Sondra Beaver, Phyllis Beckwith. Second Row: Penny Blue, Ann Bramwell, Nan Britton, Fredda Brown, Beth Brown, Sally Burson, Susan Burson, Carol Carver, Merry Cooper, Suzanne Correti. Third Row: Patricia Curry, Daney Daniel, Karen Davis, Ann Dickey, Paula Ewert, Leslie Farr, Barbara Fowler, Debbie Freeman, Ruth Gramling, Elinor Haney. Fourth Row: Lu HiII, Beth Hines, Elba Hogue, Francille Hollis, Camille Hudson, Sandra Mom, Charlotte Jackson, Dorothy Jameson, Dawn Johnson, Pamela Juchheim. Fifth Rote: Nancy Knox, Peggy Kocsis, Lois Lafollette, Ailsa Loverde, Joel McDonald, Kai McMillan, Jacqueline Kay Palmer, Ann Palmer, Janis Parker. Patti Paul. Si xth Row: Peggy Perez, Rome Polsgrove, Phyllis Raiford, Janet Reddoch, Susan Reed, Jane Riggs, Suzanne Riley, Betty Roten, Melanie Sanders, Elise Sanford. Seventh Row: Bonnie Schoenknecht, Duran Scott, Betty Shaw, Mary Smith, Georgia Stater, Sandra Stegall, Patricia Strickland, Gloria Summers, Susan Thomas, Diane Tyson. Eighth Row: Ellen Wailes, Sonja Wilson, Janis Wooly. Not Pictured: Elsie Allison, Linda Atkins, Barbara Bradley, Andrea Haerb, Katheryn Knowlton, Mary Stone, Deborah Timmins. MARY DOUGLAS ALLEN President LAFON WALCOTT Vice President BETH EICHOLD Secretary BETSEY MCCONNELL Treasurer Chi Omega ' s get together for after dinner music. Since its founding in 1899, the members of Tau Chapter at Ole Miss have endeavored to keep Chi Omega on the top. In the field of scholarship, Chi Omega was the recipient of the Scholarship Trophy for the fourth consecutive semester. Academic organizations claim Chi 0 members in CWENS and Mortar Board. Amanda Povall was chosen Mortar Board Sophomore Honor Girl. In campus activities, Chi Omega ' s are active in all aspects. Amanda Povall serves as Executive Secretary to the President of the ASB. Officer of the YWCA are Gayle Golden, Vice President; and Robin Fulcher, Secretary. Chi 0 claims sponsors in both Army and Air Force ROTC. Sally Holloman and Cynthia Chrestman boost school spirit as Rebel Cheerleaders. Chi Omega favorites are Beth Eichold and Cynthia Chrestman. Candy Croft was selected a top ten beauty in the Parade of Beauties and Favorites. ATO, EX, and PDT claim Chi Omega ' s as their sweethearts. Chi 0 also boasts Sally Holloman, EX Derby Day Queen; and Jane Sutherland, Mississippi ' s Miss Universe. First Row: Patty Abernethy, Cathy Adams, Linda Adams, Mary Allen, Ethel Archer, Elizabeth Bell, Penelope Bennett, Jenny Biggers, Evelyn Block, Diane Borthwick, Martha Bowen. Second Row: Judy Boyd, Anne Bradley, Allis Bridgforth, Sue Brister, Suzan Brown, Donna Buford, Elizabeth Butler, Merlyn Butler, Bonita Butterfield, Jeanne Carruth, Cynthia Chrestman. Third Row: Deane Chrestman, Jo Croft, Dale Dalton, Kit Davis, Dianne Dewees, Anna Catherine Dunn, Brenda Eaton, Sallie Eaton, Martha Beth Edmonson, Elizabeth Eichold. Fourth Row: Marylyn Ellis, Wilkins Ellis, Lenore Ethridge, Karen Everett, Helen Font, Martha Flautt, Nancy Foose, Katherine Frazer, Helen Fulcher, Janie Fuller, Diane Fuller. Filth Row: Lady Melinda Gilfoy, Gayle Golden, Geri Graeber, Linda Gunn, Marty Haney, Mary Belle Herlong, Nancy Hill, Sally Hollomon, Daudet Johnston, Mary Kavanaugh, Kitty Kelley. Sixth Row: Allison Kerr, Ann Roo King, Marie Lipscomb, Rebecca Lovelace, Lucretia Luckett, Patricia McCabe, Elizabeth McConnell, Miriam Malone, Blanche Mann, Melissa Massengill, Janis Meeks. Eighth Row: Janet Meyer, Nancy Moore, Dabney Parker, Mary Perry, Claire Phelps, Armstrong Pillow, Amanda Povall, Sandy Reagan, Sandra Riemann, Pamela Roberson, Roberta Ross. Ninth Row: Vicki Sanders, Sherry Scarbrough, Kathleen ' Scott, Carol Sellers, Ann Semmes, Connie Shirley, Sally Shuttleworth, Betty Stewart, Jane Sutherland, Pat Talbot, Lynn Taylor. Tenth Row: Eloise Tenney, Norma Thompson, Carroll Thornton, Carol Turnipseed, Carol Vail, Teresa Vaughn I, Karen Walcott, Pat Walker, Mary Welty, Judith West, Jane Witherspoon. Not Pictured: Mary Bowen, Maud Kuykendall, Cecilia Quin, Martha Russell, Sally Scott, Ruth Walcott. LASSIE COOK President MARGARET VAUGHT Vice President LINDA GRIMES Secretary DEE DEE SPEAKES Treasurer A moment of leisure—rare for a pledge. In its usual tradition, the stars and crescent of Delta Delta Delta sorority shine at Ole Miss . . . Lassie Cooke reigns as Miss Ole Miss . . . Martha Tate Stokely proves a real beauty . . . favorites Bruno, Carter and Cooke take three for three . . . Bruno rates as Varsity Cheerleader and White shines as frosh cheerer . .. Patsy ' s back . . . 3 D ' s claim 6 army sponsors including Lassie, No. 1 military miss Colonel ' s Lady . . . Delta Tri ' s salute 6 Angel Flight and 1 Navy Sponsor . . . Carter takes notes for ASB . . . 2DDD ' s make Who ' s Who . . . Olson pick of Pikes as Playmate . . . Delta love is a warm smile you can feel all the way across the room . . . Chapman one of 10 Best Dressed and 3 Tri D ' s rate in top 20 . . . Talented Deltas perform in Dancers and Concert Singers DDD is represented in all forms of campus life CWENS, Mortar Board, Committee of 100, Dorm officers, Senate, Phi Kappa Phi, and AWS officers . . . so it goes with Tri Delts at Ole Miss in 1967. First Row: Judith Adams, Caroline Barbour, Candyce Barnes, Olivia Bigger, Betty Blackburn, Emily Braddock, Lee Brigham, Courtney Bunn, Bonnie Burns, Rita Cabaniss. Second Row: Elizabeth Carter, Cindy Chapman, Chrissy Curran, Leigh Davidson, Martha Dunn, Nancy Dunn, Judy Elam, Lois Estes, Elizabeth Fair, Jeanne Fair. Third Row Carolyn Flagg, Flagg, Laurie Graham, Lillian Graham, Lynda Ann Grimes, Varner Hines, Jean Holmes, Cathy Ingram, Corinne Johnson, Robin Rucker Jones. Fourth Row: Rivers King, Kay Kirkpatrick, Dandee Klotz, Patricia Laberge, Flo Larson, Linda Ledbetter, George Lemon, Peggy Litton, Betty Roselyn McCord. Fifth Row: Virginia McIntyre, Martha Melton, Marilyn Mercer, Ann Murphy, Linda Murrah, Margaret Lynn Olson, Helen Pillow, Mary Powell, Mitsy Prichard, Patsy Puckett. Sixth Row: Nella Rogers, Barbara Ross, Judy Rost, Prince Scurry, Carolyn Slade, Katie Speakes, Kathleen Squires, Martha Stokely, Miriam Stone, Marjorie Sullivan. Seventh Row: Memrie Taylor, Terry Teasley, Gail Temple, Patricia Thompson, Julia Turman, Vicki Vandevender, Margaret Vaughan, Ganel Veazey, Rebecca Walker, Caron Waller. Eighth Row: Gail Walsh, Patricia Walters, Judith Watts, Janie White, Susan Frances White, Bettye Whitten, Nancy Whitten, Elaine Wilcox, Camille Wilkinson, Carolyn Wilkinson. Ninth Row: Cathy Wilkinson, Betty Williams, Sandra Williams, Emily Woodside. Not Pictured: Ramelle Bell, Patricia Boggan, Cynthia Cain, Katherine Cain, Fleeta Fox, Cela Scott, Beverly Slaughter, Linda Smith, Phoebe Spencer. SALLY PRICE President JAN SINGLETARY Vice President VICKI BISHOP Secretary CAROL WORK Treasurer All this work really paid off at Sing-Song. 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 once-small sisterhood has grown to an international fraternit y based upon these same ideals of friendship and loyalty upon which it was founded. The Delta Gamma ' s are active in campus activities as they stress leadership, and active participation in all facets of university life. Beth Davis served as a Varsity Cheerleader while Peggy Cook was a Freshman Cheerleader. Members of Angel Flight were Ellen O ' Neal, Commander; Betty Rowzee; Beth Davis; Ginger Powell; and Deen Strickland. Navy sponsors were Pat Tynes and Judy Permenter while Cathy Cooper was an Army sponsor. DG members of Mortar Board were Jan Singletary, President; Carol Work, Treasurer; India Thropp; and Jeanne Cromwell. CWENS members are Beth Davis, Susan Gordon, Judy Jens, Jerrill Pullen, and Lou Anne Williams. Campus Senators were Ann Shook, Patty Canty, and Val Vest. First Row: Judy Anderson, Tere Banks, Kay Bellande, Vicki Berry, Betty Birdwell, Victoria Bishop, Gayle Brackett, Betty Brand, Helen Burgin, Susan Campbell. Second Row: Virginia Campbell, Patty Canty, Carolyn Carrington, Alma Chase, Mimi Chilcutt, Connie Collier, Peggy Cook, Kathy Cooper, Lavern Dabbs, Beth Davis. Third Row: Sallie Davis, Martha Doran, Dianne Duncan, Susan Ford, Judy Galloway, Susan Gordon, Ellen Gregory Holly Hall, Barbara Hammond, Virginia Harper. Fourth Row: E. Harrison, Ramona Hennessee, Nancy Houchins, Jane Hughes, Carol Jones, Lynn Jones, Frances Junkin, Sandra Kelsey, Robena Kendrick, Sandra Knight. Fifth Row: Judy Leech, Mary Mack Leonard, Jane Lewis, Carolyn Lowery, Mary McCullouch, Kay McDuffie, Margaret McDuffle, Gwen McKee, Susanne McQuigg, Roy McRoskey. Sixth Row: Sherry Mosley, Anne Norman, Ellen O ' Neal, Judith Permenter, Gale Veazey Phillips, Carolyn Phillips, Judy Pierce, Ginger Powell, Sarah Price, Jerrill Pullen. Seventh Row: H. Robbins, Bettina Rowe, Betty Rowzee, Victoria Rueseler, Sandra Seale, Martha Seay, Ann Shook, Janet Allen Singletary, Susan Sneed, Deen Strickland. Eighth Row: Martha Stuart, Mary Margaret Taylor, Elizabeth Teunisson, India ' Troop, Val Vest, Mary Warren, Monty Wilborn, Louise Williams, Carol Work. Janis Worsham. Not Pictured: Brenda Boyce, Carroll Higgins, Jones, Celia Maxey, Mary Riddell, Patricia Tynes, Sally Walker. MARTY SMIRA President EMILY COMPTON Vice President DIANE WILLIAMS Secretary SALLIE THOMAS Treasurer Joan didn ' t catch on, but she laughed anyway. The founding of Kappa Delta at Longwood College in 1897 is accredited to four young girls who had dreams of a sorority which would unite all 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. They boost Freshman and Homecoming Maid Zetta Bryant. Other KD ' s in the Homecoming Court were maids Madalyn Cunningham, Carolyn Chandler, and Judy Colvin. Sharon Pipkin and Zetta Bryant were chosen favorites in the annual Parade of Beauties and Favorites. Social Activities are numerous in the colonial chapter house. The KD ' s have date suppers, fraternity swaps, and holiday parties. However, the most important social activities are the Spring Formal, Founders ' Day Banquet, and the White Rose Banquet. The KD ' s also do extensive philanthropic service, such as having a Christmas Party for underprivileged children. First Row: Glynda Allen, Ann Batson, Elizabeth Biedenharn, Laura Bishop, Sandra Black, Eunice Bolt, Beverly Bolton, Patricia Bradley, Anna Branham, Janice Britt. Second Row: Virginia Brown, Zetta Bryant, Rebecca Buck, Mary Bufkin, Pamela Caldwell, Ione Teackle W. Calhoon, Meredith Susan Case, Carolyn Chandler, Judy Carolyn Cobb. Third Row: Mary Colbert, Katherine Coleman, Joan Colvin, Judith Colvin, Emily Clara Cox, Madalyn Cunningham, Debbie Dent, Sara Duncan, Wanda Edwards. Fourth Row: Barbara Ellis, Karen Enochs, Kathleen Fa rgason, Margaret Ferris, Roane Forman, Shirley Fratesi, Carolynn Gay, Linda Gibson, Mildred Linder Green, Shirley Hagerman. Fifth Row: Laura Hall, Catherine Harris, Janie Henry, Karen Henry, Kathy Henry, Jean Hester, Linda Hines, Pamela Hodgson, Janet Hoover, Ann Hunter. Sixth Ro w: Denny Keye, Kay Khayat, Phyl Kimball, Dorothy Latimer, Linda Luke, Kay McGehee, Toni Malvezzi, A. Mann, Patricia Mann, Gwen Massey. Seventh Row: Mary Michael, Sue Mitchell, Martha Neilson, Nancy Nowell, Lynda Perry, Portia Peteet, Sharon Pipkin, Donna Pope, Connie Price, Cathy Reeves. Eighth Row: Lee Shellabarger, Laura Simpson, Martha Smira, Linda Smith, Dorothy Stallworth, Marilyn Terrell, Sallie Thomas, Fay Tullos, Vicki Tullos, Helen Williams. Not Pictured: Anna Bee, Ann Clark, Gay Graeber, Betty Kellum, Patti Keye, Virginia Kinard, Jeanella Malvezzi, Anna Morgan, Linda Perkins, Winifred Petchul, Nancy Smythe, Gladys Stogner, Margaret Williams. SHARON JONES President KAREN CLIFFORD Vice President MARY DEXTER Secretary SUSAN CLAYTON Treasurer But Coach Vaught told me to drink a lot of milk shakes. Delta Rho Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was established at Ole Miss in 1947 and began immediately to uphold the tradition of excellence which the national fraternity has represented since its founding at Monmouth College in 1870. The Kappas stress excellence in every area of campus life. The honors won by the individual members reflect the efforts of the entire chapter to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and sisterhood. Sharon Jones is Secretary of the Pharmacy School Student Body; Ann Ball is President of both CWENS and the Freshman-Sophomore YWCA; and Calico Maxwell, Katherine Shaw. Susan Sharpe, and Karen Clifford hold four of the six AWS offices. Kappas were well represented in the Parade of Beauties and Favorites with Cindy Vincent and Ann Atkinson being selected as ton beauties and Barbara being selected as favorite. Barbara was also selected as a maid in the Homecoming Court. The Kappas showed their versatility last year by putting forth a concentrated effort which won the WRA trophy. First Row: Claire Allen, Susan Alley, Miss Atkinson, Betty Axtell, Penny Baker, Ann Ball, Barbara Billings, Sharon Boone, Judy Broom, Sidney Carlton. Second Row: Sandra Clark, Susan Clayton, Karen Clifford, Sarah Gaye Craig, Daphne Dabney, Lisa Decker, Linda Deener, Mary Dexter, Patsy Duncan, Rachel Earhart. Third Row: Kathryn East, Nancy Trudy Ferguson, Millie Fowler, Dale Freiler, Paula Gaither, Chita Gaskin, Ceci Gautier, Gail Gillespie, Anita Grimes. Fourth Row: Patti Guest, Phyllis Guest, Marcia Hamm, Judith Harper, Jan Harvey, Pamela Haworth. Carolyn Horrell, Harriet Howser, Linda Jetton, Lizabeth Jetton. Fifth Row: Sharon Anne Jones, Alicia Landrum. Margaret Lape, Lisa Larson, Marilyn Leach, Barbara Ledbetter, Deann Lewis, Martha Lewis, Holly McCreight. Connie Mann. Sixth Row: Carolyn Maxwell, Mary Miers, Linda Miller, Betty Moore, Margaret Moore, M. Murhpy, Robin Nall, Delphine Noble. S. Oliver, Suzanne Permenter. Seventh Row: Becky Phay, Rachel Pitcher, Elizabeth Reno, Cathy Rhoads. Lorraine Ricau, Minnie Richardson, Anne Robbins, Jane Russell, Susan Sharpe, Katherine Shaw. Eighth Row: Bonnie Shelton, Jan Singleton, Sherrill Sinnott, Frances Holmes Smith, Gayle Smith, Janet Stevens, Gretchen Thomas, Ann Trout, Mary Turner, Cynthia Vincent. Ninth Row: Jessyca Waldran, Judy Wallace, Sandra Watkins, Pamela Watson, Barbara Wheeler, Woodbury. Not Pictured: Bettie Bowen, Catherine Hamilton, Lucy Jackson, Jo Monteith. PAT MOORE President DIANA BARGER Vice President SISSY WAITS Secretary JANET MCLAURIN Treasurer What do you mean your mother came unexpectedly? 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 Phi Mu ' s stress all phases of campus life. Pat Horne was elected Varsity Cheerleader and since that time has proved herself to be a true favorite of the Ole Miss students. She was elected Homecoming Queen of 1966, a campus favorite. and an Army ROTC Sponsor. Phi Mu ' s accompany- ing Pat in the Homecoming Court were Beverly Taylor and Carol Cassidy. Carol was also selected a Pi Kappa Alpha Calendar Girl. Anne Crisler and Angela Lord were selected as two of the Top Five Beauties in the Parade of Beauties and Favorites. Susan Miles was selected as Pi Kappa Alpha Dream- girl and Sue Windsor was selected as Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart. In the governmental aspects of college life, Leslie Westbrook. Nancy West, Tis Neil. Clara Dean Russell, and Beverly Taylor were elected to the posts of Campus Senators. First Row: Beth Allen, Martha Anderson, Dawn Anderton, Barbara Archer, Patti Axelrod, Pamela Bailey, Diana Barger, Marilyn Brown, Martha Carol Cassidy. Second Rote: Anita Clinton, Evelyn Coates, Cathleen, Coers, Gail Condon, Joan Conn, Abby Cotten, Anne Crisler, Donna Dale, Anne Eavenson, Susan Edmondson. Third Row: Donna Allan Edwards, Jann Fitzgerald, Susan French, Nancy Frye, Sally Green, Brenda Hall, Linda Hamilton, Sally Hardaway, Louise Harrison, Susan Dawkins. Fourth Row: Pat Horne, Dorothy Joor, Cissy Knott, Susan Langdon, Linda Lassetter, Linda Latham, Jackie Ledbetter, Angela Lord, Connie Luckett, Jane Fifth Rote: Judy McDougal, Janet McLaurin, Winford Malone, Willette Mansell, Charlotte Mayo, Betty Meacham, Johnnie Micele, Mary Miles, Patricia Anne Moore, Tis Neill. Sixth Row: Harriet Phillips, Elizabeth Pittman, Lamar Poovey, Martha Prowell, Paula Kay Richardson, Gloria Robinson, Clara Dean Russell, Nan Russell, Nancy Scott, Janis Seefeld. Seventh Row: Sharon Shelton, Pamela Schultz, Lynne Simonetti, Barbara Lee Sloas, Pinkie Smith, Sandy Smith, Brenda Snare, Beverly Taylor, Jessie Taylor, Becky Taylor. Eighth Rote: Dixie Thomas, Catherine Thompson, Linda Lee Tribble, Joyce Tubb, Edith Turley, Mildred Waits, Cecile Walsh, Leslie Westbrook, Suzy Whitlock, Evelyn Williford. Ninth Row: Cassandra Wilson, Jane Windels, Sue Windsor, Pamela Wright, Kathryn Yandell, Frances Young. SANDY SMITH President BEVERLY BIDDY Vice President SIDNEY LEVEY Secretary JACQUE STAHLMAN Treasurer Nancy Clo Evans and Barbara Jordan enjoy a free afternoon at the Pi Phi house. One hundred years ago twelve coeds at Monmouth College decided that they wanted to form a national organization for women because they had seen what the men students were gaining from their fraternities. On April 28, 1867, they founded I. C. Sorosis, the first national fraternity for women. The Greek letters, Pi Beta Phi were used as a secret motto, but in 1888, the younger members persuaded the older ones to use this as their name. Pi Phi ' s participate in many campus activities such as WRA, University Dancers, and the Committee of 100. They are proud of their members who are in Phi Gamma Nu, Epsilon Gamma Epsilon, and Alpha Lambda Delta, a scholastic organization for women. Janie Gitter was chosen as a member of SWENS and Marianne Henson was selected as a freshman representative of the Judicial Council. This year, Georgianna Alexander was selected as a dorm officer, Cindy Morrison was a Navy ROTC Battalion Commander, and Judy Ray was Panhellenic Treasurer. First Row: Georgianna Alexander, Nora Anne Allen, Anne Bedwell, Beverly Biddy, Judith Bittle, Patricia Brooks, Hellon Christopher, Sandra Chustz, Pamela Connor. Second Row: Judy Cooley, Afton Cox, Clara Drake, Nancy Evans, Bessie Leona Fisher, Jane George, Mary Jane Gitter, Kitty Gravely, Marilyn Hall. Third Row: Roberta Haynes, Marianne Henson, Melody Herring, Carole Ann Higgins, Cynthia Houston, Cynthia Hughes, Lynne Johnson, Linda Jones, Barbara Jordan. Fourth Row: Dinah Leavitt, Laura Lee, Carol Lemaster, Kathryn Leutwiler, Terry Lever, Sidney Levy, Linda Bon Lipe, Lyn Mann, Jan Mauldin. Fifth Row: Bonnie Millen, Linda Moore, Marinell Moore, Cindy Morrison, Jeanne Necaise, Maureen Orourke, Roberta Pegram, Julienne Ray, Sarah Ritchey. Sixth Row: Linda Robinson, Sandy Smith, Susan Sprinkel, Jacquelyn Stahlman, Nora Stevens, Mildred Sullivan, Toni Terrell, Brandy Thomas, Evalyn Tyson. Seventh Row: Susan Walker, Claudia Ann Williams, Gale Wuestefeld. Not Pictured: Stacy Alexander, Elizabeth Avery, Chandler Barham, Judith Coon, Linda Flowers, Olga Harris, Mary Mitchell, Sherrie Sam, Frances Treadaway. ANNE GATEWOOD President CAROL ANN VANCE Vice President KEVIN DIFFLEY Secretary SUSAN BENNETT Treasurer A Zeta pledge seeks advice from active Katherine Abraham. Zeta Tau Alpha, founded October 15, 1898, at Longwood College, Virginia, is the only National Panhellenic Conference group chartered by an act of legislature. Gamma Delta Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was installed on the Ole Miss campus on April 14, 1939, the fifth woman ' s social organization on campus. Zeta ' s take pride in their sisters ' many accomplishments during the year. Included in these are Katherine Abraham, President of the AWS; Margaret Ferguson, President of Panhellenic; and Mary Louise Cissna, President of the first Junior Panhellenic established on this campus. Many Zeta ' s on ASB Committees, in University Singers, University Dancers, of 100. and are in many of the theatrical productions. Represented well in many of the honorary groups, Zetas are members of CWENS. Alpha Lambda Delta, SAI, and Mortar Board. With turquoise blue and steel gray as their colors and the crown as their symbol, Zetas always strive for high ideals and high standards. First Row: Katherine Abraham, Sylvia Allen, Bonita Baldwin, Joy Susan Bennett, Faithe Boatner, Mary Grace Bookman, Margaret Browne, Pamela Burgoyne. Second Row: Patty Byrd, Kristin Campbell, Mary Louise Cissna, Karen Ruth Cloutman, Vicki Cross, Martha Daughton, Betsy Davis, Kevin K. Diffley, Frances Earthman. Third Row: Linda Farrish, Margaret Ferguson, Nora Finklea, Telena Foster, Dona Foulk, Tina Garepis, E. Gatewood, Alma Gillis, Dianne Graham. Fourth Row: Mary Harvey, Nancy Hogarth, Pam Hopper, Susan Hughes, Kat King, Margaret King, Vicki Kudlacz, Patricia Latta, Mary Margaret McClure. Fifth Row: Lynn McGee, Sarah Milliken, Nancy Moak, Pam Morris, Diana Mounts, Maria Mutzi, Virginia Neese, Judith Noble, Billie Patterson. Sixth Row: Carolyn Price, Sharon Scibilia, Melody Scott, Susan Shipley, June Sims, Anne Smith, Barbara Smith, Susan Spiceland, Marilyn Price. Seventh Row: Sandra Stone, Laura Tanner, Sandie Temple, Nancy Teneyck, Bill Thomas, Trudy Tidwell, Lana Toney, Elizabeth Watts, Susan Weldon. Eighth Row: Judy Wilkinson, Vicki Worthington, Lanora Young. Not Pictured: Elizabeth McGlothlin, Kathleen Morris, Theresa White. First Row: Bruce Atkinson, Richard Brock, Gerald Burnett, Charles Cloud, Butch Cothran, Jr., James Currie, Earl Denham. Second Row: Leonard Gatewood, Donald Kitchens, Robert Lea, Bill McGehee, Jr., Thomas Murry, John Powers, Jr. Third Row: Jims Alford Quinn, Jr., James Randle, Harry Sanders, Joseph Schmelzer, III, Albert Simmons, Michael Soper, Harry Steelman, III, John Leo Taylor. Fourth Row: Ralph Vance, Fred Wallace. Officers of the Inter-Fraternity Council are Joe Schmelzer, Secretary; Ralph Vance, President; Fred Wallace, Treasurer; and Bill McGehee, Vice-President. RALPH VANCE Inter-Fraternity Council President The organization designed to regulate and govern the activities of all social fraternities on the campus is the Inter-Fraternity Council. The primary function of the IFC is to serve as a body of the sixteen fraternities. It is composed of two representatives 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 fraternity rush. Throughout the coordination of activities, the IFC attempts to unite the fraternities in a spirit of friendly brotherhood, to promote scholarship, to encourage new fraternities and to develop existing chapters and individuals in the fraternity system. RALPH VANCE ....BILL MCGEHEE JOE SCHMELZER FRED WALLACE Governing rush policies is one of the main functions of the Inter-Fraternity Council. MISS SHERRY ENOCHS Sigma Alpha Epsilon MISS SHARON PIPKIN Kappa Sigma MISS CORRINE ROBINSON Phi Kappa Theta MISS PAM WATSON Phi Kappa Psi MISS JEAN KECK Sigma Pi MISS MONTY WILBORN Sigma Nu MISS MARILYN ELLIS Alpha Tau Omega MrS. SANDY HALL KIRKLAND Kappa Alpha MISS SUE WINDSOR Beta Theta Pi MISS BETH EICHOLD Sigma Chi MISS PAT LATTA Sigma Phi Epsilon MRS. SUE BRISTER NEVILLE Phi Delta Theta SPENCER SCHREITER President HORTON TOWNES Vice President MONTY JONES Treasurer DAVID MANIFOLD Secretary Fraternities offer a wide variety of exciting moments. Alpha Tau Omega is one of the oldest and largest fraternities. It was founded by three Confederate Veterans in 1865 and now has 124 chapters from coast to coast and over 90,000 initiates. Spirit and enthusiasm are shown by members participating in many campus activities, such as student government, military organizations, religious, and honorary groups. The ATO ' s are proud of their work on campus. They originated Help Week in 1950 in which the fraternity challenges " Hell Week " activities by community service projects. The ATO ' s entertain annually with their Spring formal which is their main social event each year. They also sponsor numerous swaps, teas, and other events. Through the years, the Delta Psi Chapter at ATO has grown in size and prestige and has added much to both the State and the Ole Miss campus. First Row: Keith Agent, Dennis Aldridge, John Allison, Michael Barber, James Blackburn, Jerry Blount, John Caldwell, Barron Caulfield, Jr., William Clayton. Second Row: William Coleman, Jr., Howard Davis, Jr., Kenneth Dreher, Bubba Edwards, Jr., Lawrence Ellis, Jr., Lowell Fields, James Gabriel, Vic Garraway, Jr., Charles Grantham, Third Row: Jimmy Grimes, William Guy, Claude Haraway, Michael Harper, Bunker Hill, James David Holcomb, Michael Ray Holcomb, Charles Johnson, III. Fourth Row: Covey Johnston, Monty Jones, Jr., Charles Jordan, Buddy Kemp, Michael Kershaw, Paul Kosko, William Lavallee, Richard D. McAlister, Rolf McHenry. Fifth Row: Carroll McQueen, Jr., David Manifold, Jim Martin, E. Oliver, Jr., Louis Parchman, David Peaks, Harris Powers, Jr., Hugh Price, William Benjamin Regan. Sixth Row: Frederick Rogers, Jr., Tony Ross, Ben Royce, Spencer Schreiter, John Scruggs, Warren Sigman, David Smith, Houston Smith, III, Jackie Spencer. Seventh Row: Donald Stacey, Richard Stokes, Jr., William Sullivan, Horton Townes, Robert Tucei, Larry Vinson, James Wallis, Jr., Wilson Webb, Jr., David Weir. Eighth Row: David Wilder, Eddie Williston Not Pictured: John Barnes, John Boling, William Bozeman, Richard Brown, Steve Chustz, Robert Deshazo, Robert Funderburk, Jerry Gilbreath, Edwin Goodnight, George Hargraves, Keith Hopkins, Charles Hussey, George Johnston, Jr., Larry Jones, Robert Knight, Paul Landry, Loran Laughlin, Gerald Mavar, Charles Mullins, Neil Murphree, Harold Myrick, Jonathon Nash, Robert Richardson, David Michael Sims, Clinton Smith, Elbert Thomas. LINN MURPHREE President TONY BLAND Vice President MIKE HARRISON Secretary MARK LOVE Treasurer Oh no, she wasn ' t like that when I dated her. Since its founding in 1839 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Beta Theta Pi has been a leader academically and socially. The year 1966 exemplified the growth and achievement of Beta Beta Chapter and showed its position as a leader in the fraternity system at Ole Miss. Three Beta graduates received international scholarships, including two Fulbright Fellowships and a Marshall Scholarship—one of only twenty-four awarded in the country. For the fourth consecutive year, Beta Theta Pi received a coveted Summa Cum Laude Award from the National Inter- fraternity Conference for ranking academically in the top ten of all fraternity chapters in the nation. Beta social events include Homecoming and Protest parties, a Wild West Party, and the Spring Formal. Always at the top in campus leadership, BETA claimed seven members of ODK. Cy Faneca served as a third-term officer of Alpha Sigma Sigma, Linn Murphree was on the ASB Cabinet as Director of Academic Affairs. and Jimmy Currie served as President of Phi Eta Sigma. First Row: Pat Albano, Thomas Alexander, Terrel Algood, Don Allen, James Berry, Jr., Joseph Bouton, Ronald Cardwell, Ira Carpenter, Jr., Thomas Collier, III. Second Row: Barney Cooke, John William Cromeans, James Currie, John Currie, James Denley, Jimmy Dobbs, Carter Dobbs, Jr., Jimmy Edwards, Jr., Frank Eubanks. Third Row: James Ford, William Ford, Jr., Jimmy Hardin, Jerry Harris, Michael Harrison, Chip Herbold, III, Lonnie Hicks, III, Ronald Howard, Timothy Kenney. Fourth Row: Donald Kitchens, James Langmesser, Thomas Langmesser, Robert Lewis, Jr., Marcus Love III, Charles McCool, Lewis McCool, Frank G. Martin, Johnny Meyer. Fifth Row: Paul Miller, III, Frank Moore, Jr., Paul Moore, Jr., Alan Murphree, Jerry Oakman, Po Peabody, Wilson Pearson, Richard Peterson, Jr., Florian Ploch. Sixth Row: Clarence Prange, Timothy Reecht, Kenneth Reid, Richard Rhoden, Wylie Richards, Jr., Dennis Roberts, Rick Robertson, Jr., Homer Sebren, Jr., Johnny Sides. Seventh Row: Charles Waggoner, John Waits, Robert Weathersby, James White, Gary Whitener, Alton Windsor, Jr., Philip Wirt, George Woodliff, Jimmy Woods. FREDERIC L. MILLER President GREG DOIRON Vice President JIM KELLY Secretary HENRY SANDERS T reasurer A Saturday night with Lawrence Welk. Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon started a tradition of great social fraternities by becoming the first at Ole Miss on April 14, 1850. Chi was the seventh Deke Chapter in the land following its founding at Yale in 1844. The Dekes have helped mold the University and its way of life since the very beginning. Henry Minor Frasier founded the Ole Miss School of Pharmacy and William Benjamin Lowry captained the University Greys in the Civil War. Other prominent Dekes of this chapter and across the country include the late John W. Kyle, Mississippi State Supreme Justice; and Theodore Roosevelt and Rutherford B. Hayes, Presidents of the United States. The Dekes pride themselves in leading the campus in many fields. They can boost such leaders as Bill McGehee, Treasurer of the IFC; Ted Triplett, varsity cheerleader: Roger Nunley, National President of Phi Beta Lambda: and Greg Dorian. President of the IMC. The Dekes are known on this campus for having some of the best parties and this reputation is zealously maintained each year. First Row: Buddy Aldrich, Jimmy Alexander, Warren Asher, William Gray Blauert, William Dobbs, Richard Burnette. Second Row: Joseph Casano, Jr., Louis Davin, Gregory Doiron, William Donald, Jr., Peter Douglas, Ed Dunn, Jr., Tommy Edwards. Third Row: Lewis Elliott, George Farris, Stephen Foster, Jimmy Haik, Stephen Harris, Sponge Horlock, Charles Hudson. Fourth Row: Charles Longino, Bill McGehee, Jr., C. Mallette, James Maynor, Jr.. Frederic Miller, Mike Moses, Jr., Larry Neuwirth. Fifth Row: Roger Nunley, Billy Passera, A. Reed, Jr., Henry Sanders, David Coe Stone, Eugene Stone, Kenneth Taylor. Sixth Row: Ted Triplett, James Tucker, III, Benjamin Dilworth Wall, Mike Ward, Jim White, Barry Wilson, William Withers. Not Pictured: Donald Fellows, Jr., Joseph Ford, Reginald Holley, Warren Hudson, Willis Jolly, Jr., James Kelly, Steven Ray. The remains of Delta Psi. Phi Chapter of Delta Psi was established at Ole Miss in 1855, eight years after the national fraternity was founded at Columbia University. In its one hundred and twelve tradition-filled years at Ole Miss, Delta Psi, or St. Anthony Hall as it is sometimes known, has contributed much to both the state and the University. Judge William Hemmingway, compiler of the Hemmingwav Code and first captain of the Rebel football team, was a Delta Psi. Other illustri ous alumni include Judge Garland Lye11, first editor of the OLE MISS; and the late Walter Sillers, Speaker of the House. St. Anthony Hall, which built the first fraterntiy house in Mississippi and lost its second house by fire last year, is presently in process of a third new hall. One of the last of the old line ivy league fraternities, Delta Psi retains traditional secrecy, high scholastic achievement, and nameless leaders. First Row: James Arnett, John Arnett, Nicholas Augustus, Terrell Barlow, Robert William Barton, James Wilson Bridges, Jr. Second Row: George Byers, James Davidson, Jim Flansburg, George French, Leonard Gatewood. George Y. Gillespie, III. Third Row: Louis Karably, Jr., Thomas Luke, James McFarlane, James Mitchell, WiIliam Myers, Chuck Quarterman. Fourth Row: James Randle, J. Rogers, Spider Shanks, William Shipman, Bennett Smith, Jr., Michael Strojny. Filth Row: Charlie F. Ward, Jr., Erskine Wells, Jr., Shannon West, Stephen Weston. Not Pictured: Charles Boren, Carl Davis, Jr. VAN LACKEY President BRADFORD STEWART Vice President JOHNNY POWERS Secretary MIKE CHAFFIN Treasurer What ' s in the mystery meat? Kappa Alpha Order was born on December 7, 1865, at Washington and Lee University and was developed under the watchful eye of General Robert E. Lee, whose gracious and knightly life is enshrined forever in the customs of Kappa Alpha. Being on the University of Mississippi campus since January 12, 1900, Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha has provided Ole Miss with capable leaders. Typical of this outstanding leadership is: Van Lackey, Chairman of the University Development Committee; Richard Noble, President of the Cardinal Club ; and former ASB President Jim Martin, who is now Vice President of ODK and President of the Freshman Law School Class. While maintaining outstanding leadership on the campus, KA also excells in its social life as well. Indicative of K A ' s outstanding social affairs are the Hayseed Party, Old South Weekend, and the Rose Ball. The brothers of KA are easily distinguished by their Knightly attributes, typical of the Southern Gentleman. First Row: James Addleton, Tommy Barnes, James Barrett, Jr., Robert Beasley, Lee Borden, John Botto, Edwin Carpenter, Jr., Mike Chaffin, James Clancy. Second Row: John Davis, Herbert Dewees, Jr., Bob Edgar, Dennis Ford, Robert Gable, Henderson Hall, Jr., Charles Harper, Jr., William Harper, Robert Crooks Hazelrigg. Third Row: Robert Hearin, Willard Hearn, Doug Hodo, Danny Holder, Kenneth Hollweg, Larry Jackson, Newton James, Carl Lackey, Van Lackey. Fourth Row: Robert Lowery, Semmes Luckett, Jr., Randy McMurchy, Jr., Don McPherson, II, Michael Means, David Milleman, Geoffery Mitchell, David Molpus, Frank Molpus. Fifth Row: Calvin Montgomery, Edwin Noble, Jr., Richard Noble, James Overstreet, Jr., Martin Paschall, John Pepper, III, John Powers, Jr., John Reddoch, III, Melvin Rich, III. Sixth Row: Chopper Robinson, C. Satchfield, Jr., Michael Schlosser, Michael Shelley, William Simmons, Walter Starr, Jr., Charles Sykes, Tommy Tate, Joseph Toups. Seventh Row: John Vandevender, Jim Weigel, Kent Welborn, Jackie White, Richard Williams, Jere Yates, Carl Ziepprecht Not Pictured: Henry Beneke, III, Gordon Bogen, James Burdine, John Carlisle, Lucius Cook, Albert Covington, John Cox, Douglas Everitt, Scott Fitzhugh, Troy Floyd, Sam Gastrell, George Green, III, Sidney Raining, Benjamin Hand, III, Thomas Kellum, Jr., Albert Lofton, Edmund Montgomery, Gerald Moses, Daniel Nicholas, Charles Russell, II, Thomas Sledge, Lake Speed, Martin Steinriede, III, John Stevens, Bradford Stewart, William Stewart, Winfield Thompson, Jr., Joe Turner, Jr. JOHN SARTIN President GENE SMITH Vice President LAWERENCE PRATT Scribe BARRY WHITES Treasurer Work duty is an essential part of Kappa Sig pledge training. The spirit of Kappa Sigma developed within a secret society which existed in Italy and France during the year 1400 and spread to the Western shortly after the Civil War in 1869. This traditional spirit of Kappa Sigma was initiated on the Ole Miss campus on October 8, 1926 by the Delta Xi Chapter. Kappa Sigma has been important in every phase of University life. They have participated in such events as " Operation Brotherhood " in which they, along with the Chi Omega sorority, work together to perform some public service. The annual Oxford Christmas Parade is another way in which the Kappa Sigs express their interest in the Oxford Community. The fraternity is also justly proud of its reputation for having outstanding parties. These include theme parties, a Homecoming dance, a Christmas 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. First Row: Danny Baker, Bobby Ball, Jr., Eugene Barrett, Tod Benz, Lamar Black, Charles Breath, III, Donnie Brock, Mike Bryant, Frederic Buchholz, Joel Bunkley, III. Second Row: James Burgess, Jr., Michael Campassi, Eddie Canizaro, Jr., John Clarke, Nelson Cruthirds, Ralph Dean, Ronnie Demilio, Gene Drake, Charles Easterling, James Farmer. Third Row: Glenn Farrar, John Faulkner, Mike Galloway, T. Gibbs, Jr., David Gray, Michael Guyton, Hap Hederman, Robert Hendrix, Jr., Paul Hester, Alex Hogan, Jr. Fourth Row: Gene Holmes, Ronnie Hornbuckle, Jimmy Jackson, Don Jurgensen, Basil Kennedy, Tons Kugle, Wayne Larue, Jr., William Lee, Riley McIlwain, Jr., Smith McGehee. Fifth Row: Milton McKellar, Robert McKenzie, Jr.. John Macy, Robert Maples, Dick Mestayer, Robert Moore, Samuel Neill, Pat Newton, Charles Northern, John O ' Connor. Sixth. Row: Patrick O ' Rourke, Van Ostermick, Luther Penny, Butch Porter, Lawrence Pratt, Jimmy Primos, Jr., George Reid, William L. Reno, Jr., Ronald Robinson, Ronnie Russell. Seventh Row: William Sadler, III, John Sartin, Jr., Timothy Schock, John Seabold, Archie Eugene Smith, Jimmy Spears, Raymond Steele, Jack Stephens, Jr., Clarke Stuckey, Sully Sullivan. Eighth Row: Greg Larry Thompson, Robert Turner, Wilbert Walden, Jim Wellborn, Edwin White, Claude Whittle. Not Pictured: Fred Alias, Victor Babin, III, Alvah Clark, Jr., Rickey Coker, Jack Dodson, Bobby Dubois, William Galbreath, Gregory Hardy, Boyd Haun, James Holcombe, John Holmes, Jr., Richard Huddleston, Ruel Huddleston, Jr., Larry Lewis, John McKellar, James Mathis, Roger Mauzey, Robert Reid, Rollin Rhodes, John Richardson, Michael Simon, Terence Swan, John Wallis, Jr., Robert Waring, Bennett Williams, Jr., Jon Williams, Michael Woody. AL BRADY President DON BARRETT Vice President HOLMES ADAMS Secretary LARRY DUDLEY Treasurer Oh, for the days of mint julips, slaves, and dogs. 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. Mississippi Alpha has produced leaders in every field of endeavor. Among these honors are Randy Poole, Treasurer of ASB; Larry Dudley, President of Delta Sigma Pi; and Don Barrett, Editor of the OLE MISS. The Phi Delta Theta ' s also claim the 1966 Intramural Football and the best rush booklet on campus. 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. First Row: Holmes Adams, Thomas Allen, Frank Alvarez, III, James Boyd Atkinson, Eugene Atkinson, Jr., Michael Baier, Robert Bailey, John Barrett, Samuel Bates, Jr. Second Row: Henry Black, Michael Boland, James Bowen, Jr., Joe Brady, Jr., Frederick Bush, Hugh Clayton, Neal Clement, Malcolm Commer, John Cook, Michael Cooke. Third Row: James Cothr en, James Cunningham, James Delgadillo, Charles Denton, Warren Dorsey, Jr., James Downing, Lawrence Dudley, Jr., Cary Fondern, Jr., E. Garner, William Garth, Jr. Fourth Row: William Greene, Jr., Pat Griffin, William Hayes, Wyche Hooker, Charlton Jones, Christopher Jones, Curtis Larry, Ellis Latimer, III, Balfour Lipscomb, Grady McCool, Jr. Fifth Row: Joseph McNamara, Jerry Mason, James Minor, III, McPherson Moore, Thomas Murry, John Beard Neville, Robert Nored, Roger Norman, Jr., John Nunnery, Jr., Charles O ' Mara. Sixth Row: James O ' Mara, William O ' Mara, Edward Peacock, III, Bo Perry, .Michael Person, Robert Pigford, William Pool, Robert Russell, James Rutledge. Seventh Row: Robert Saunders, Bert Scott, Jr., William Scott, Dave Shands, Jonathan Shell, Thomas Edwin Shelton, Wayne Vance, Stephen Vaught, Robert Weir, Harvill Weller, Jr. Eighth Row: Joseph Witty, Jr. Not Pictured: George Abbott, Gerald Abdalla, John Aldridge, James Brasfield, William Carlisle, Robert Carney, Jr., Kirk Carter, Kyle Chandler, Douglas Clark, Jr., Harold Clark, William Clement, Jr. , Thomas Cooksey, Albert Cottrell, Luther Crull, Jr., Clyde Day, II, Hiram Dilworth, Jesse Frame, Jr., David Goodman, John Grantham, Norman Haskins, Edwin Hayman, William Hewitt, Milton Hill, Owen Holder, Richard Hull, J. James, William Jones, II, John Laurenzi, Craig Love, Ronald McElroy, Wallace McMillan, Robert Marshall, John Owen, William Quantz, Harvey Ross, Jr., Richard Salloum, Ben Sheely, Vernon Shelton, William Singleton, Dan Singley, Jr., Richard Stovall, Walter Thompson, Robert Thurber, Robert Tyner. BRUCE ATKINSON President HARRY SAUCE Vice President JACK BROWNING Secretary CHESTER REDDIT Treasurer The Phi Psi ' s spruce up their house for homecoming. From its founding in 1852 at Jefferson College in Canonsburg, Phi Kappa Psi has grown to a national organization of over 75 chapters all over America. Mississippi Alpha this year is celebrating its 110th year on the Ole Miss campus, having been founded her in 1857. Phi Kappa Psi stresses the overall development of its members in campus leadership, social life and athletics. Members of Mississippi Alpha are found in places of leadership in ODK, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, IFC, Intramural Council, Alpha Epsilon Delta, SAM, Pi Sigma Epsilon, and many other campus organizations. Phi Psi parties, ranging from the Jacqueminot Rose Ball to the Hell ' s Angels party and the Yellow Submarine party, are famous for their packed houses and top quality bands. Phi Psi emphasizes athletics too, having several members in freshman and varsity sports. Each year sees one or more intramural trophies added to the already large collection. The men of Mississippi Alpha are proud of their heritage at Ole Miss and over the nation, and continue every year to play a vital part in campus life. Front Row: Robert Adam, Jr., John Adams, Robert Aldinger, Alex Steven Ammann, Robert Ross Andrews, Bruce Atkinson, Joseph Bass, Jim Baylen, Andy Beard. Second Row: Fred Bourn, Jr., Lanny Bradford, James Brim, Richard Brock, Jack Browning, Bruce Buchanan, James Caldwell, Michael Carithers, Verbon Cartee, Joe Clark. Third Row: John Corban, Charlie Crews, Jr., Jimmie Currie, Mike Dumas, Ronald Elias, Kenneth Faulkner, John Felvey, Jr., Allen Gary, Robert Gordon, Jr., Stephen Greenhaw. Fourth Row: William Gulledge, Jr., Lawrence Gunn, Craig Harris, Donald Harrison, Jr., Bill Hartman, Jr., Francis Hartsfield, Cary Hatcher, Jim Henderson, Bob Herring, III, Richard Hutchins. Fifth Row: Don Hutchinson, Hutch Hutchinson, John Jabour, Edwin Jackson, George Limbocker, Jr., Billy Lott, Jr., Anthony Lowstuter, Jr., Billy Luke, Wayne Lynch, Floyd McIntyre. Sixth Row: Michael Malouf, Thomas Charles Mougey, Tom Nassar, Jefferson Paslay, Andrew Prince, James Richardson, Rian Ringsrud Joe Saad, Jr., Harry Sauce, III. Seventh Row: Donald Saulpaugh, Jimmy Shaffer, James Smith, William Smothers, Michael Soper, Thomas Spurlock, Jr., William Tate, Edmund Tubbs, Vaughn Varnado, James Warren. Eighth Row: Thomas Whartenby, Jr., Rusty Williams, Dennis Wynn, Emile Zoghby. Not Pictured: George Abraham, II, Jack Barnett, George Butler, Lloyd Hogue, Frank Justice, Francis Schurtz, James CHRIS DUNN President JOHN PAULSEN Secretary DENNIS ROUSELL Treasurer MIKE FARRELL Social Chairman Phi Kappa Theta exhibits banner of adopted homeland. Theta Kappa Phi and Phi Kappa united in April of 1959 to become a new national Catholic fraternity. In May of 1959 the Ole Miss chapter proudly assumed the name of Mississippi Chi of Phi Kappa Theta. Phi Kappa Theta ' s traditions, principles, purposes and practices instill a lively enthusiasm into its members. This spirit is shown in every PKT sponsored affair that relates to school and fraternity activities. Dixie Week, Homecoming, and the Christmas season are all commemorated in the tradition of Ole Miss. The highlight of the Phi Kappa Theta social season is the annual Red and Gold formal. Mississippi Chi strives for unity within the small but growing framework of its chapter. Every member holds to the ideal and meaning of true Phi Kappa Theta endeavores to meet the needs of the individual in providing a close tie with companionship. PKT ' s official flower is the red rose and the colors are cardinal purple, white, and gold. The members try to manifest a public spirit and lively interest in all that concerns the life and welfare of the school. First Row: Norman Calhoun, Eugene Calvasina, Charles Campbell, Van Cheramie, Arthur Dagostino. Second Row: Chris Dunn, Joseph Elliott, Robert Gorman, John Habes, Jr., Joseph Jenkins. Third Row: Patrick Keptner, Robert Lange, William Lapolla, Frederick Monk, John Paulsen. Fourth Row: Dennis Roussel, Robert Richard Sally, Edwin Schmittschmitt, Little Starmann, John Leo Taylor. Fifth Row: George Philip Terrebonne, David Tootle. Not Pictured: Michael Farrell, Arthur Foster. GERALD BURNETT President DANNY RICHARDSON Vice President MIKE TWIBELL Secretary KEN CONNER Treasurer So what, I ' m not proud. 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 most fraternities on campus. Essentially a southern fraternity, being founded at the University of Virginia, Pi Kappa Alpha is now one of the five largest fraternities in the United States. Doug Cunningham and Bobby Wade represented the Pikes on the football field while Mack Lowery cheered the rebels to eight victories and a Blue Bonnet Bowl bid. Because of his high scholastic record, Newton Gill was elevated to ODK. Phi Eta Sigma claims Larry Cunningham, Al Corban, and Steve Cockerham. Outstanding members in their respective ROTC fields are Larry Cunningham, Jerry Marlar, Newton Gill. and Lester Smith. David Dean was elected a Freshman Cheerleader by his fellow classmates. The Roman Ball, Playboy Party, Bohemian Brawl, and Dream Girl Formal are highlights of the social season. A party for the underpriviledged children of Lafayette County stimulate the Christmas spirit of the Pikes. First Row: Robert Abraham, Richard Adam, Robert Allen, Bruce Bellande, Dick Berry, Robert Bills, Henry Blumenthal, III, John Boydstun, Wesley Branch, Eddie Brawley. Second Row: William Brittingham, Lawrence Brown, Gerald Burnett, James Carr, John Cassady, John Cockerham, Lee Conner, Alton Corban, Jr., Gilford Dabbs, III, Robert Day. Third Row: David Dean, Bruce Dixon, Charles Durham, Gary Fletcher, Kenneth Fowler, III, Hershell George, Jimmy Goodman, Newell Graham, William Greene, Bryan Harper. Fou rth Row: Michael Harper, Ronald Hayles, M. Haynes, Jr., Charles Herron, III, Ray Hodges, Jr., Steven Howell, Robert Hyde, George Henry Jabour, John Louis, James Lovell. Fifth Row: Edward McGraw, Otto McKay, Jr., Dwight Maddox, Jerry Marlar, Berlon Mauldin, Jeffrey Minor, H. Moore, III, James Morrow, III, George Null, Robert Owen. Sixth Row: Willie Parish, Billy Parrish, Jr., Michael Phillips, William Ramsey, Jr., Thomas Ray, Joseph Schmelzer, III, Lester Smith, Wormack Smith, James Speed, Joseph Staehling. Seventh Row: John Cameron Stewart, Scoot Summey, II, James Teasley, Johnny Theim, Alan Thomas, Fly Ronald Tucker, Michael Twibell, Tom Tye, James Waldrup. Eighth Row: Bobby Weatherly, Edward Williams, David Wilson, Ralph Young, Jr., Robert Young. CHARLIE WILLIAMS President DICKIE OUSLEY Vice President ANDY HINES Secretary KEITH CLINGMAN Treasurer SAE ' s succumb to chapter room tube. 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 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 Party, and the annual convict party. SAE ' s participate eagerly in these forms of entertainment, for a good social life is important to them. First Row: David Edward Adams, Bob Anderson, Michael Baggett, Reggie Barnes, Ronald Blackledge, Joseph Bleimeyer, William Cain, Bill Caldwell, Keith Clingman, James Crawford, Jr. Second Row: John Crawford, Jessie Davis, Jr., Sam Davis, Winfred Davis, Jr., Thomas DeMoss, William Deterly. Eric Duncan, John Edwards, John Estes, Sledge Floyd. Third Row: Jonathan Edward Foose, Robert NI. Foose, Robert Fuchs, Robert Fuller, William William Gartin, Jr., John Gayden, Wilson Golden, Dewitt Graeber, Lawrence Cary Graeber. Fourth Row: Donald Hall, Jr., John Hardin, John Pittman Henson, Sam Hiden, Jr., Daniel Hoke, John James, Welborn Donny Jones, Robert Jones, Jerry Keenan. Fifth Row: Clyde Kelso, III, Robert Lester, John Lewis, Mark Loflin, Hugh Love, Bobby McIver, Nathan McKie, William McLellan, Michael McMaster, Aubrey McMullen, Jr. Sixth Row: Leon Mashburn, III, John Morgan, Lee Morrison, Jr., Peter Mullikin, John L. Nelms, David Norris, William Oakley, Richard Ousley, Joe Frank Peeler, Jr., Tims Alford Quinn, Jr. Seventh Row: Anton Reel, III, Kerry Roby, Keith Rowan, Philip Steele, Stephen Stephens, Charles Streicher, Robert Taylor, Jr., Cham Trotter, III, Phil Turner, Jr., Michael Wade. Eighth Row: Fred Wallace, Jimmy Ware, John Weiss, John Welborn, Wells, Charlie Williams, David Williams. ROBERT GUYTON President DON SCOTT Vice President GERALD WHITE Secretary JESSE TUTOR Treasurer Sigma Chi ' s await next lunch break. 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 completed 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 tune has consistently produced its share of leaders in every phase of campus life. Eta Chapter has constantly been one of the top three fraternities in campus scholarship and its members are active in many honorary organizations. 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 Republican Barry Goldwater from Arizona. First Row: Jackson Ables III, Jimbo Adams, Bob Anderson, Barry Allen, Bob Anderson, Johnny Andrews, Jr., John Arnold, Jr., Bryan Barksdale, Ed Barnes, Jr., Fred Beard, Jr., Marshall Bennett, Jr. Second Row: Jim Blough, David Bomboy, William Catlin, III, Poo Chancellor, Clifton Chunn, Jr., Michael Coleman, William Cushman, Dave Darnell, Strawford Dees, III, Steve Dennis, Michael Dickson. Third Row: William Dunn, Brad Farber, Dan Ford, Jr., John Freeman, III, Don Fruge, Earl Fyke, John Guyton, Robert Guyton, Jimmy Hamilton, Robert Hardison, Aubrey Harris, II. Fourth Row: William Harris, John Harvey, Hanley Hasseltine, Rowland Heidelberg, III, Bill Hester, Steve Hindman, Mit Hobbs, Leslie III, David Houston, III, Braxter Irby, Jr., Allen Jackson, Jr. Fifth Rote: Edward James, Jr., Colbert Jones, Charlie Kelly, Horace Lester, Jr., William Lovelady, Dwight Luter, Fred McDonnell, Harvey McGehee, Ellis McGinnis, III, Norton McKeigney. Eugene McLaurin. Sixth Row: John McLaurin, Olin Mauldin, Jr., Larry Maxey, George Maynard, Hank Miles, Hugh Monteith, William Moore, Jr.. Kenneth Murphree, Joel Payne, Jr., David Pearce, Charles Robert Seventh Row: Alan Perry, Robert Perry, Walter Phillips Jr., James Purvis, David Rather, Lent Rice, II, Skippy Robertson, Jr., William Robert. son, Jr., Bill Roper, Jr., Skipper Russell, John Schaffer, Jr. Eighth Row: Don Scott. Mike Slocumb, Lem Smith, William Smith, Hugh Stancill, III, John Stanley, Bill Strawbridge, Ralph Sulser, David Taylor, Jr., James Terry, Anthony Thaxton. Ninth Row: Watler Troop, Jesse Tutor, Jr., Ralph Vance, Tommy Waldrop, Jr., James Watkins, James Weems, Jr., David Wells, Edward Wilmesherr. Not Pictured: Thomas Anderson, II, Meredith Bass, Jr., Charles Bell, Benny Bender, Robert Bostwick, III, John Bottom, III, George Chamberlain, Ronald Clark, William Commander, Robert Cook, Charles Coward, Lynn Cummins, William Davis, Julian Fagan, III, Fred George, Robert Graves, McCoy Hamilton, William Harris, Joseph Hawkins, Frederick Hickman, Barry Holcomb, Kennon Hood, Patrick Johnson, Jr., Ronny Robert Jones, Richard Jordan, Frank Kennedy, Robert Livingston. GARY SISCO President BENNETT CHOTARD Vice President DAVID BRYANT Secretary BILL JOHNSON Treasurer Just think, 37 of them did not make the composite picture. From their founding at Virginia Military Institute on January 1, 1869, Sigma Nu has grown to one of the largest fraternities in the United States and Canada. Epsilon Xi Chapter was formed on this campus in 1927. 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. They boost members of ODK, Carrier Scholars, and several Senators. 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. " First Row: Henry Allen, Shelton Allen, II, William Allen, Tom Anderson, Jr., Rhett Atkinson, Don Baddour, Mills Barbee, Stephen Beach, III, James Bennett. Second Row: David Bryant, Gus Ames Bynum, James Caldwell, Larry Calvert, Glenn Cannon, Bobo Champion, Reuben Chrestman, III, Charles Cloud, David Cobb. Third Row: Rea Coggin, Roger Cox, John Dale, Mike Douglas, Jimmy Dukes, Joe Ezell, Fred Flinn, Richard Forman, Robert Fortier. Fourth Row: Terry Frost, Edward Gaines, Glenn Galey, James Galloway, Robert Galloway, Dewey Garner, Steven Goss, James Griffith, Hamilton. Fifth Row: Warren Hiatt, Jr., Allen Hovious Bradford Hovious, Carson Hughes, Tom Ingels, Curator Kerr, Bill Kitchens, Trent Lott. Ed Lyon. Sixth Row: Jack McIntyre, Jr., Billy Miller, William Pepper, Zeb Reeves, III, Robert Revere, Joe Ross, Jr., Danny Roy, Ronnie Samuels, Eric Schweitzer. Seventh Row: Albert Simmons, Gary Sisco, Ed Snyder, James Still, Jr., Philip Terney, John Townsend, Richard Tuteur, Nicky Vance, Joseph Walker, Jr. Eighth Row: Jim Wheeler, Jr., Richard Wilcox, John Young. DIXON L. PYLES, JR. President JOHN CROOK Vice President BOB LEA Secretary TOM KIRSHTEN Treasurer They ' re waiting to come alive! 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 Epsilon—the Fraternity with the Heart. The Golden Heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon celebrated the social season with its annual Cowboy Party, Hawaiian Luau, and Red Shift Party. An additional costume event was the Barnaby Street Ball featuring the latest in Mod apparel. The Queen of Hearts Ball was the highlight of the season with a formal dinner and dance for members and alumni and the crowning of the Sweetheart. The house dining room decorated with the fraternity colors of purple and red was the scene of a candlelight dinner commemorating Founders Day on November 1. A scholarship supper recognized new members inducted into the Skull and Bones Society, an organization for Sig Eps who have achieved scholastic excellence. At this time the Clifford B. Scott Memorial Scholarship Key was awarded to the brother with the highest average for the year. First Row: Mack Aldridge, Frank Austin, Jerry Blount, Charles Broun, III, Don Burrell, Ronald Cole, Robert Crossley. Second Row: Billy Davenport, Jr., James Dempsey, Earl Denham, Earl Denney, J. Gay, Al Green, Charley Green, Jr. Third Row: Teddie Gwyn, Brad Hantla, Cleve Huggins, III, Robert Hunt, Chuck Jackson, Eugene Jennings, Richard Keady. Fourth Row: Mike Kendall, Donald Kitchens, Larry Lane, Robert Lea, Douglas Lindsay, III, Charles Llano, Gary Lott. Fifth Row: Dan McKessy, Bill Moss, Harold Noll, Jr., Kenneth Pace, Jr., Dixon Pyles, Theodore Rainey, Jr., Richardson. Sixth Row: Kenneth Sullivan, Hans Tischner, Stephen Vassallo, Craig White, Richard White, Randy Wiltrout. THOMAS A. COTHRAN, JR. President CHARLES G. DEMARCO Vice President KENNETH R. JACKSON Treasurer HARRY C. STEELMAN Corresponding Secretary A Sigma Pi crams for finals. Four students at Vincennes University, Indiana, founded Sigma Pi on February 26, 1897. Athletic excellence as well as scholastic are among the main goals of Sigma Pi. Beta Mu Chapter is a small, but well-knit organization, and every member, active or pledge, has an opportunity to participate actively in chapter functions. The main goal of every member, aside from making his grades, is to capture the intramural sports Some of Sigma Pi ' s most outstanding achievements this year include: the most successful formal rush in the history of its chapter at Ole Miss, the election of pledge Bobby Board as President of the Junior Inter-Fraternity Council, a very successful Homecoming party, and a good intramural football team. The objectives of Sigma Pi are to establish a brotherhood of, and for, college men; to pro mote scholarship; to advance truth and justice; to diffuse culture; and to encourage chivalry among men. First Row: John Bennett, Harry Board, Tony Cipollina, Kelly Collins, Butch Cothran, Jr., Donald Devon. Second Row: Jerry Dover, Thomas Faulkner, Keith Garland, Tibbs Golladay, Jerome Griese, Robert Hassen. Third Row: George Hertl, Kenneth Jackson, John Kamman, Jr., Stephen Kane, Mike Keppel, Jim Kubik. Fourth Row: Carl Kuester, David Layland, Ron Moody, John Gary Moscarillo, Gregory Oliver, William Palmer. Fifth Row: Stanley Pielak, John Pierce, Rubin Posey, Harry Steelman, III, Frederick Thornton, John Wall. Sixth Row: Stephen Wheeler, Donald Wiater, John Winthrop. Not Pictured: Charles Demarco, Robert Gildersleeve, Theodore Hanley, George Lewis, Robert McLellan, Anton Machany, Anthony Palukaitis, Yelsik. Seated: Bill Cushman, Jim Clancy, Robert Hazelrigg, J. Donald Rogers, A. J. Reed, Dan McKessy, George T. French. First Row: Jimmie Currie, Frank Street, Jeff Minor, Dee Graeber, Greg Maxey, Charles Llano, Jerry Oliver, Bobby Board, Eddie Wilmesherr. Back Row: John Moscarillo, Don Wiater, Andy Beard, Van Cheramie, Glenn Galey, Jimmy Hardin, Joe Elliott, Borden White. BOBBY BOARD ....JIMMY CLANCY ....BILL CUSHMAN ...DAN CHERAMIE The Junior Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of two pledges from each fraternity. Th ese are selected by their individual pledge classes and serve for the entire year. The council is also composed of two representatives from the Senior Inter- Fraternity Council who are elected to serve as of Junior IFC for organizational purposes. The purpose of the Junior Interfraternity 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 where manhood may flourish. The council also acts as a service organization, carrying out projects designed by the Senior Interfraternity Council. Front Row: Sharon Shelton, Judy Bittle, Sue Latimer, Betty Melinda Michael. Second Row: Beverly Taylor, Connie Luckett, Mary Louise Cissna, Judy Wallace, Lorraine Ricau. Third Row: Teresa Vaughn, Merlyn Butler, Ann Avery, Vicky Kudlacz, Melody Scott. Back Row: Andrea Duprel, Nancy Brumfield, Kitty Gravely, Barbara Ellis, Gayle Smith. The Junior Panhellenic program was re-established at the University of Mississippi this past year, under the supervision of the Senior Panhellenic Council. The purpose of Junior Panhellenic is to organize the sorority pledge classes into a more unified body, while each still maintains its own individuality. Through this program the pledges were able to learn about the organization and workings of the Panhellenic system and to voice their suggestions for its improvement. MARY LOUISE CISSNA MELINDA MICHAEL SUSAN MCNAMEE KITTY GRAVELY One o f the major projects of Junior Panhellenic this past year was a charity buffet, the Greek Food Line. May, 1967, finds the graduates and professionals, as always, in serious pursuit of higher education; the seniors struggling toward their finals, wondering how four years could fly away so fast; and everybody else just wanting to get the heck out of here and go home. This section is dedicated to those classes. First Row: GUTHRIE T. ABBOTT Gulfport Law 3. JOSEPH J. ACREE, JR. Moorhead Pharmacy 5. DAVID EDWARD ADAMS Senatobia Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PHILIP Ross ADAMS Adams Law 2. Second Row: JAMES E. ADDLETON Greenville Graduate 1; Kappa Alpha. OMAR HASSAN ADS Cairo, Egypt Graduate 2. JIMMY DAVID AINSWORTH Harrisville Pharmacy 5. JESSE MURRAY AKERS Tupelo Law 3. Third Row: CAROL EWALD ALLEN Oxford Graduate 1. DON RANDALL ALLEN Ft. Lauderdale Law 3; Beta Theta Pi. WILSON OTIS ALLEN University Pharmacy 5. CHRISTIAN A. ALLENBURGER Gulfport Law 2; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: CAROLYN E. ANDERSON Toone, Tenn. Graduate 1. C. ASHLEY ATKINSON Summit Law 1. KAILASH M. BAFNA Calcutta, India Graduate 2. VIMLA BAFNA Calcutta, India Business. Fifth Row: JAMES EVERITT BAINE Athens, Ga. Law 2. DWIGHT NICHOLAS BALL Gulfport Law 1. WILLIAM W. BALLARD Hernando Law 2, Delta Kappa Epsilon. GUNTIS BARENIS Graduate 1. Sixth Row: PAUL JONATHAN BARLOW Oxford Graduate 1. JOHN WILLIAM " DON " BARRETT Lexington Law 1; Phi Delta Theta. MARY ELIZABETH BARRETT Gulfport Graduate 1; Alpha Omicron Pi. ROBERT WILLIAM BARTON Oxford Law 2; Delta Psi. Seventh Row: STEPHEN LEEDS BEACH, III Law 3; Sigma Nu. JAMES ROBERT BELL University Graduate 1. MARSHALL G. BENNETT, JR. Tchula Law 2; Sigma Chi. BILL EDWARD BLALACK Natchez Pharmacy 5. Eighth Rote: JERRY HOLMES BLOUNT Jackson Law 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon. HENRY S. BLUMENTHAL, III Falls Church Law 1; Pi Kappa Alpha FANNYE JOHN BOST Ecru Graduate 1. _ GEORGE L. BOUNDS, JR. Clarksdale Law 2 First Row: FRED EXZELL BOURN, JR. Mendenhall Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Psi THOMAS LEROY BOOKER McComb Law 2. ROBERT CHARLES BOYD Hattiesburg Pharmacy 5. PAUL KENT BRAMLETT Tupelo Law 1. Second Row: ANN LANNOM BRAMWELL Nashville, Tenn. Graduate 1; Alpha Omicron Pi. JAMES WILSON BRIDGES, JR. Wesson Graluate 1; Delta Psi. CALVIN COTTEN BRISTER Jackson Graduate 2. HOWARD LYNN BRITTON Laurel Graduate 1. Third Row: HENRY DONNIE BROCK Lexington Law 2 Kappa Sigma. RICHARD WILLIAM BROCK University Law 2; Phi Kappa Psi. ROBERT H. BROOME University Law 2. JOHN A. BROWN Enterprise Graduate 1. Fourth Row: JOSEPH PAUL BROWN Jackson Graduate 1. WILLIAM H. BROWN, JR. New Albany Law 2. NANCY BUFORD Lafayette, Ala. Graduate 1. BOBBY JOE CAIN Durant Pharmacy 5. Filth Row: WILLIE FRANK CALDER Calhoun City Pharmacy 5. JAMES E. CALDWELL University Law 3; Phi Kappa Psi. JOHNNY M. CALDWELL Forest Pharmacy 5. EUGENE J. CALVASINA Wilmington, Debt. Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Theta. Sixth Row: JERRY WAYNE CANNON Batesville Graduate 2. DONALD RISHER CARLISLE Gulfport Law 1. GARY LEE CARNATHAN Tupelo Law 3. FORREST L. CARR McComb Pharmacy 5. Seventh Rote: GERALD H. CENTER Clearwater, Fla. Graduate 1. KAY CHANEY Union Graduate 1. HUNG CHIH CHANG Taiwan, China Graduate 1. JERRY STEPHENS CHASE Prentiss Graduate 1. Eighth Row: RUSH M. CLEMENTS Rolling Fork Law 3. CECIL DEBERRY CLIBURN Meridian Graduate 1. BOBBY ALBERT COATES Oxford Graduate I. RONALD K. COLE Ft. Lauderdale Law 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: MAC KELLY COLLINS University Law 2. MARY BIBB COOK West Point Pharmacy 5. PHILIP T. CORNELIUS Oxford Graduate 2. ANTHONY PHILLIP CORRERO Greenwood Pharmacy 5. Second Row: SAM PHILIP CORRERO University Pharmacy 5. J AMES P. COTHREN McComb Law 3; Phi Delta Theta. JOHN BELLAMY CRIDER Oxford Pharmacy 5; Sigma Pi. JAMES EDWARD CUICCHI Shaw Graduate 1. Third Row: GILFORD F. DABBS, III Quitman Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha. BHAGWAN DAS DASHAIRYA Jhansi, U. Graduate 1. LEROY D. DAUTERIVE New Orleans Graduate 1. SAM V. DAUZAT Alexandria, La. Graduate 2. Fourth Row: DONNA ELLEN DAVIS Brookhaven Graduate 1. FLOYD MILLARD DAVIS, JR. Jackson Law 3. HOWARD Q. DAVIS, JR. Indianola Law 2; Alpha Tau Omega. OSCAR E. DAVIS, JR. Gulfport Law 3. Filth Row: SAMMY MARION DAVIS Pascagoula Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES A. DEMETRIOU Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. EARL. L. DENNEY Jacksonville, Fla. Law 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon. HERBERT E. DEWEESE, JR. Meridian Law 2; Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: SOLON CARTER DOBBS, JR. Calhoun City Law 1; Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT E. DONNELL, JR. Morton Pharmacy 5. GEORGE LEE DORRILL Carthage Law 1. WARREN CANDLER DORSEY, JR. Jackson Law 1; Phi Delta Theta. Seventh Row: JAMES K. DOSSETT Jackson Law 2. RICHARD JAMES DOYLE Chicopee Falls Graduate 1. CARL EUGENE DRAKE Vicksburg Law 3; Kappa Sigma. MARGARET GRANTHAM DRAKE Vicksburg Graduate 1. Eighth Row: RICHARD MINTA DUNN Jackson Graduate 2. DAVID RICHARD DYE Cranbury, N. Graduate 1. JIMMIE LAWRENCE EAST Jackson Graduate 2. WILLIAM JEFF EAST Meridian Law 2. First Row: S. WAYNE EASTERLING Hattiesburg Law 2. PATRICIA FAYE ELMORE Duncan Graduate 1. JAMES A. ESTES Houston Pharmacy 5. THOMAS CHARLES EVANS, JR. McComb Pharmacy 5. Second Row: ALFRED L. FELDER Summit Law 1. WILLIAM F. FERGUSON Winona Graduate 2. BROOKE III Macon Law 2. HENRY LOWELL FIELDS Oxford Graduate 1; Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: JEROME JUSTIN FINDLEY Memphis, Tenn. Law 2. JIMMY BLAINE FISHER Okolona Law 3. JASON HOUSTON FLOYD, JR. University Law 2. TOM SLEDGE FLOYD Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fourth. Row: CARY LEON FONDERN, JR. Clarksdale Law 3; Phi Delta Theta. STEPHEN SPRADLEY FOOSE Tchula Graduate 1. DENNIS MURPHREE FORD Jackson Law 3; Kappa Alpha. WILSON JEROME FOSTER, JR. Biloxi Law 1. Filth. Row: NUMA R. FRIAS Valera, Venezuela Business. MARY ANN FRUGE Meridian Graduate 1. RUDOLPI-I SILAS FULTON Louise Graduate 1. EDWARD RAY GAINES Southaven Law 1; Sigma Nu. Sixth. Row: ROBERT C. GALLOWAY Gulfport Law 3; Sigma Nu. WILLIAM ELLIS GAMBLE Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. DEWEY DUANE GARNER Oxford Graduate 1; Sigma Nu. JOHN W. GARY, Eupora Law 2. Seventh. Row: JOHN OVERTON GAYDEN Nashville, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GEORGE Y. GILLESPIE, III Greenwood Graduate 2; Delta Psi. CHARLES JOHN GIRARD Vineland, N. Law 2. THOMAS W. GOLDMAN, JR. Meridian Law 2. Eighth Row: GARY GRAY GORDON Winona Pharmacy 5. CAROLYN DOLORES GOWANS Jackson Graduate 1. WILLIAM TRAVICK GREEN MacClenny, Fla. Law 2. WILLIAM SCOTT GREENWELL Jackson Graduate 1. First Row: JEROME CHARLES GRIESE Evansville, Incl. Graduate 1; Sigma Pi. RICHARD BRADLEY GRIFFIN Montgomery, Ala. Graduate 1. CLINTON JULIAN GRUBBS Tylertown Graduate 1. VASILIOS T. GRYMANIS Athens, Greece Graduate 2. Second Row: RAMESHWAR DASS GUPTA University Graduate 1. LEON CARL HAGWOOD Clarksdale Law 2. JOHNNIE MILLER HALEY, JR. Amory Law 1. JOHN TRAVIS HALL Nettleton Pharmacy 5. Third Row: HENRY HALLE, III Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. TIMMIE HANCOCK Law 1. GAIUS NORWOOD HARDAWAY Bossier City Graduate 2. ADDIE ELIZABETH HARPER Pensacola, Fla. Graduate 1; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: JOE SYMIEL HAYES Greenwood M. PAUL HAYNES, JR. Baldwyn Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha. FRANK THOMPSON HEARNE Poplar Bluff Law 2; Sigma Chi, BETTY ANN HELLUMS Oxford Pharmacy 5. Filth Row: OLAN ARTHUR HEMBREE, JR. Terry Law 1. SCOTT PARKER HEMLEBEN University Law 3. ARNOLD JACKIE HERRING Winona Graduate 1. JOHN FINCH HESTER Guin, Ala. Law 3. Sixth Row: BRUCE TITUS HILBY Marks Law 1. WALTER THEODORE HITCHCOCK Fernandina Bch. Graduate 1. WILLIAM MORRILL HOAGLAND Memphis, Tenn. Law 2. ALFRED E. HOBERMAN Lock Haven Graduate 1. Seventh Row: EDWARD D. HODO, SR. University Graduate 2; Kappa Alpha. THOMAS CHARLES HOGAN Meridian Law 1. NICHOLAS D. HOUSE Jackson Pharmacy 5. DAVID WINSTON HOUSTON, Aberdeen Law 1; Sigma Chi.. Eighth Row: CHI MAO Hsu Taipei, Taiwan Graduate 1. DATUNG LUCIA Hsu Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. JASON B. Hsu New York Graduate 1. SONG YONG Hsu Taiwan Rep. Graduate. 2 First Row: HARRIET RANKIN HUNTER Brentwood, Tenn. Graduate 1. LESLIE BYRON HUNTER, JR. Grenada Law 1. JAMES DEWITT Hux University Pharmacy 5. DAVID D. INGEBRETSEN Jackson Law 1. Second Row: CARROLL H. INGRAM Seminary Law 3, BOBBY N. IRBY Meridian Graduate 2. BRAXTER PLEASANT IRBY, JR. Grenada Pharmacy 5; Sigma Chi. JOHN WAYNE JABOUR Vicksburg Law 1; Phi Kappa Psi. Third Row: EDWIN LEON JACKSON University Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Psi. JIMMY SMITH JACKSON Canton Pharmacy 5; Kappa Sigma. KARAMAT A. JAVAID, I. University Graduate 2. KAO WIR-LEANG JENNY Taipei, Taiwan Graduate 1. Fourth Row: RUSSELL CLARK JOHNSON Oxford Law 2. WILLIAM WELBORN JOHNSON Columbus Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES ONEAL JONES Ocean Springs Law 1. DONALD DRUMMOND JONES McComb Graduate 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: JAMES WILLIAM JONES, III Macon Graduate 1. JENE DON JONES Tutwiler Graduate 1. SHARON ANNE JONES Hartsville, Tenn. Pharmacy 5; Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAWRENCE J. JORDAN, III Greenville Law Sixth Row: LEOPOLD RAYMOND KEFFLER Mt. St. Graduate WILLIAM GERALD KEMP Columbus Law 1. MARTIN A. KILPATRICK Hollandale Law 2; Alpha Tau Omega. HENRY HUGHES KING New Albany Law 3; Sigma Chi. Seventh Row: JAMES W. KITCHENS Crystal Springs Law 3. SHUT SUN KONG Kowloon. Hong Graduate 2. FELIX EDWARD KOSINSKI Spotswood, N. Graduate 1. EARL LESLIE KOSKELA Oxford Law 1. Eighth Row: NENG Kou Taiwan, China Graduate 1. GEORGE LOUIS KBUPICKA Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. CLARENCE DAVID LAMON, JR. Prichard, Ala. Law 1. JOHNNY MACK LANE Prichard, Ala. Law 1. First Row: DAVID HENRY LANKFORD University Graduate 2. LYNDA T. LANKFORD Gleason, Tenn. Pharmacy 5. STUART LASSETTER Clinton Graduate 1. MARTIN BRADLEY LAWRENCE Oxford Law 2. Second Row: WADE LUKE LEDET Cut Off Graduate 2. ALFRED EUGENE LEE Holmesville Law 1. GERALD DOUGLAS LEE Jackson Graduate 2. JAMES LARRY LEE Law 3. Third Row: PAN SHYONG LEE Taipei, China Graduate 1. MARSHALL SCOTTIE LEGAN Louisville Graduate 2. JOSEPH LEMUS, JR. Tampa, Fla. Liberal Arts. MANUEL MARCUS LEVIN Philadelphia, Pa. Law 1. Fourth Row: CHHEN HOH LIN Tainan, Taiwan Graduate 1. JIANN TSYH LIN Taoyuan, Taiwan Graduate 2. WILLIAM CAREY LITTLEJOHN Panama City Graduate 1. MARY C. LLOYD University Graduate 1. Fifth Row: ROBERT CECIL LLOYD University Graduate 1. DON WILES LOCKE Jackson Graduate 2. JEROME LEE LOHRMANN Oxford Law 2. CHESTER TRENT LOTT University Law 2; Sigma Nu. Sixth Row: HUGH MARSHALL LOVE Yazoo City Law 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM EDWARD LOWRY Pittsfield, Ill. Law 1. LEWIS RAYMOND MCCAFFREY McComb Pharmacy 5. PAUL MCDONALD, JR. Arlington, Va. Graduate 1. Seventh Row: KAY FRANCES MCGEHEE Magnolia Graduate 1; Kappa Delta. GEORGE SIDNEY MCINGVALE Hernando Law 3. WILLIAM S. MCKEITHEN, II Philadelphia Pharmacy 5. EDWARD C. MCKINNEY, JR. Pfafftown, N. C. Graduate Eighth Row: GARY WHITMORE MCKINSTRY Charlemont, Mass. Graduate 1. WILLIAM E. MCLELLAN Greenville Law 2; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM EDWARD MCLELLAN University Pharmacy 5. CHARLES WEYMAN MCLENDON Cairo, Ga. Graduate 1. First Row: BOBBY LAWRENCE MCMINN Memphis, Tenn. Kappa Sigma. DON R. MCPHERSON, II Oxford Graduate 1; Kappa Alpha. STEWART BARWICK MCRANEY Collins Graduate 1; Sigma Chi. JAMES CLOPTON MCREE Greenville Graduate 2. Second Row: T. VAN MAGERS Raymond Law 1. P. A. GOVINDA MALYA Cochin Kerala Graduate 2. GEORGE WILLIAM MANIFOLD University Graduate 1. GEORGE GI LMORE MARTIN Vicksburg Law 1. Third Row: JERRY GORDON MASON West Point Law 1: Phi Delta Theta. JAMES ALBERT MAY Batesville Pharmacy 5. LAURENCE Y. MELLEN Jackson Law 2. PAUL 0. MILLER, III Butler, Ala. Law 2; Beta Theta Pi. Fourth Row: JAMES L. MINOR, III Jackson Graduate 1; Phi Delta Theta. ANDREW J. MIRABOLE Tampa, Fla. Law 2. DONALD CHESTER MITCHELL Shreveport, La. Pharmacy 5. DONALD LEWIS MOAK Jackson Graduate 2. Fifth Row: SAMUEL ARTHUR MONTGOMERY Jackson Law 3. CAROL MOODY Paris, Tenn. Pharmacy 5. CAROL SUE MOORE Morton Graduate 1. FRANK THOMAS MOORE, JR. Jackson Law 3; Beta Theta Pi. Sixth. Row: DARLENE SCOTT MORETON White Pine Graduate 1. Ross ELWIN MORETON White Pine Graduate 2. JAMES LUTHER MORRIS, JR. Anaheim, Calif. Law 1. JAMES E. Morrow, III Jackson Pharmacy 5; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: THOMAS DUDLEY MORROW Calhoun City Pharmacy 5. JAMES L. MOUNCE University Law 1. SUNIL KUMAR MUKHERJEE Risha Hooghly Graduate 1. MARGARET JANE MULLINS Meadville Pharmacy 5. Eighth Row: WILLIAM HARBIN MYERS Jackson Law 1. DAVID M. NEAL, JR. Vicksburg Pharmacy 5. YORIO NISHIMURA Kyoto City Graduate 1. ROBERT EUGENE NORED Greenwood Law 1; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: JAMES W. OMARA Jackson Law 3; Phi Delta Theta. CLIFTON E. OSBORN Tishomingo Graduate 1. CARL WILLIAM PADEN University Law 1. WILLIAM JUDSON PALMER Pascagoula Law 2; Sigma Pi. Second Row: WARREN P. PALZER Douglaston New Law 2. CHARLES R. PARKER University Pharmacy 5. LARRY D. PARKS Prichard, Ala. Graduate 2. JERRY LEE PATTON Moweagua, Ill. Law 2. Third Row: EARL EUGENE PEARSON, JR. Batesville Law 1. WILLIAM ALLEN PEPPER Belzoni Law 1; Sigma Nu. CHAICHANA PHAYAKVICHIEN Bangkok, Thailand Graduate 1. STANLEY RAY PICKARD Sioux Falls Graduate 1. Fourth Row: HARMON BARNETT PIERCE Murray, Ky. Graduate 2. JAMES THOMAS PINKERTON Buckatunna Graduate 1. JAMES WESLEY PINSON University Graduate 2. SCHWI FANG PONG Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 2. Fifth Row: SARAH ELIZABETH POPE Shaw Graduate 1. JAMES BIRKI.EY POTTS Bruce Graduate 1. ROBERT ERNEST PRAYTOR Jackson 8 Graduate 1. ANDREW E. PRINCE University Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: GEORGE PRINCE Natchez Graduate 1. WILLIAM M. RAINEY Macon Law 3. CHARLES R. RAINS Jackson Law 1. JOYCE ANNE RAMAY Ammandale, Va. Graduate 1; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: PATRICIA ANN RANDALL Gloster Liberal Arts. JAMES COOK READ Mt. Pleasant Graduate 1. ALLEN BRADLEY REEVES Nashville, Tenn. Graduate 1. JOHN REEVES Pascagoula Pharmacy 5. Eighth Row: WILLIAM BENJAMIN REGAN Magnolia Law 2; Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM L. RENO, JR. Hazelhurst Pharmacy 5; Kappa Sigma. CLARENCE LEDETTE RHODES Laurel Pharmacy 5. WILLIAM M. RICHARDSON, Ja. Law 2. First Row: JOHN H. ROBERTS, H University Pharmacy 5. LAWRENCE S. ROBISON Batesville Pharmacy 5 KERRY DWYGHT ROBY Amory Graduate 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FREDERICK A. Ross, JR. Jackson Law 3. Second Row: RICHARD DOUGLAS Ross Liberal Arts. TONY ALAN Ross Oxford Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. FORREST 0. RUEGGER Arcola Law 3. FARID SADIK University Graduate 2. Third Row: JOHN RAY SARTIN, JR. Tylertown Graduate 1; Kappa Sigma. EDWIN C. SCHMITTSCHMITT Alsip, Ill. Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Theta. HAROLD WALTER SCHULTZE Biloxi Graduate 1. JOHN STEWART SEABOLD Huntingdon Valley Law 2; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: BARBARA LUCILLE SELF Greenville, S. C. Graduate 1. JAMES LARRY SENTER Franklinton, N. C. Law 1. BETTY J. SHAW Pope Graduate 1; Alpha Omicron Pi. TIMOTHY DALE SHAW Memphis, Tenn. Graduate 1. Fifth Row: THOMAS EDWIN SHELTON Marks Law 1; Phi Delta Theta. BILLIE RAE SHIVERS Clinton Graduate 2. WILMA MITCHELL SIXBERY Globe, Ariz. Graduate 1. BEN B. SMITH Water Valley Law 3. Sixth Row: EDDIE CHARLES SMITH Friars Point Graduate 2. EDWIN ARNOLD SNYDER Eupora Law 2; Sigma Nu. JAMES THOMAS SPEED Carthage Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha. DONALD REAGAN STACY Jackson Law 2. Seventh Row: DAVID M. STARK Jackson Pharmacy 5. MICHAEL HENRY STAUDER St. Louis Law 1. JAMES NATHANIEL STEARNS Sikeston, Mo. Law 1. JAMES E. STEDMAN Leaksville Pharmacy 5. Eighth Rote: JOHN EVERETT STEED N. Little Graduate 1. STEPHEN MARK STEPHENS Salt Lake Law 1; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN CAMERON STEWART Ponte Vedra Graduate 1; Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT EARL STEWART University Graduate 2. First Row: LEE HUDSON STILL Batesville Graduate 1. ROBERT R. SULLIVAN Waynesboro Pharmacy 5. CHARLES EDWARD SYKES Silver Spring Law 3; Kappa Alpha. LELIA BELL TANKSLEY Collinsville Graduate 1. Second Row: JOHN ROBERT TAYLOR Oxford Law 2. PHILIP BAIRD TERNEY Greenville Law 2; Sigma Nu. JON PAUL THAMES Jackson Law 2. ANTHONY LAVON THAXTON University Law 1; Sigma Chi. Third Rote: DAVID DEE THOMAS Duck Hill Law 3. CLIFFORD CHARLES THOMPSON Jackson Law 1. LARRY ANGELO THOMPSON Clarksdale Law 2; Kappa Sigma. LUTHER M. THOMPSON University Law 2. Fourth Row: ROGER DALE THORNTON Vaiden Pharmacy 5. RONALD A. THORNTON Clinton Pharmacy 5. QUENTIN THOMAS TILL S. Miami Law 2. HANS JUERGEN TISCHNER Arlington, Mass. Graduate 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fifth Row: CONSTANCE W. TRIPLETTE Elkin, N. C. Law 2. WILLIAM E. TRUSTY Water Valley Law 3. KUN SAN TSAI Tainan, Taiwan Graduate 2. HARROL WAYNE UMFRESS Pontotoc Pharmacy 5. Sixth. Row: J. B. VANSLYKE, JR. Hattiesburg Law 2. VAUGHN EUGENE VARNADO Vicksburg Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Psi. NICKEY WILLIAM VELOTAS Birmingham, Ala. Graduate 1. ROBERT BARRY VICKERY Houston Law 3; Sigma Chi. Seventh Row: WILLIAM GENE WAGGONER Weatherford, Okla. Graduate 2. KAM LEUNG WAI San Diego Graduate 1. ROBERT MAJOR WALKER Vicksburg Graduate 1. VASSILIOS E. VOYADJAKIS Athens, Greece Graduate 1. Eighth Row: SAMUEL W. WALLER, JR. Oxford Pharmacy 5. GERALD MARTIN WARREN University Law 3. RODGER DOWNING WASSON Greenville Law 2. BRUCE PAUL WATSON Miss City Graduate 1. First Row: BOBBY FRANK WEATHERLY Clinton Graduate 1; Pi Kappa Alpha. GENE WALTER WEBER Missouri Graduate 2. DAVID KENT WELLS Madisonville, Ky. Graduate 1; Sigma Chi. JAMES HARVEY WHEELER, JR. Oxford Graduate 1; Sigma Nu. Second Row: JACQUELYN PATRICIA WHITE Jackson Graduate 1. TERRY LYNN WICKER Hollandale Law 1. MARY MONTRIE WILBORN Lambert Pharmacy 5; Delta Gamma. RICHARD DAVIS WILCOX Laurel Graduate 1; Sigma Nu. Third Row: EDWARD M. WILLIAMS Morefield W. Graduate 1; Pi Kappa Alpha. ELIZABETH FUSON WILLIAMS Oxford Graduate 1. GEORGE OGA WILLI AMS Carthage Graduate 1. KAY WILLIAMS Grenada Graduate 1. Fourth Row: ROBERT EARL WILLIAMS Bruce Graduate 1. CARLTON DEFOREST WILSON Jackson Graduate 1. DAVID THOMAS WILSON Louisville Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT DANLEY WILSON Coronado, Calif. Graduate 2. Fifth Row: JOHN RICKEN WRIGHT Batesville, Ark. Graduate 1. JOSEPH W. YATES, III Shelby Graduate 1. JUNEZOO YEH Taoyuan, China Graduate 2. DONNIE FRANK YOUNG Amory Graduate 1. Sixth Row: JOHN RICHARD YOUNG Corinth Law 2; Sigma Nu. RALPH EDWARD YOUNG, JR. Meridian Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha. CHANG LOH Taiwan Graduate 1. CARL. ROBERT ZIEPPRECHT Jackson Law 1; Kappa Alpha. First Row: KATHERINE A. ABRAHAM Vicksburg Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. JUDITH ANN ADAMS Oxford Business; Delta Delta Delta. LINDA NELL ADAMS Macon Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. LYMAN D . ALDRICH Natchez Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Secotul Row: THOMAS ALEXANDER Evansville, Ind. Education; Beta Theta Pi. VIRGINIA LOUISE ALEXANDER Columbus, Ohio Education. GIIILL FOSTA ALLEN Cleveland Business. JOAN CLAIRE ALLEN Winona Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: MARY DOUGLAS ALLEN State College Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. ROBERT JOHNSON ALLEN Belmont Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM RAGON ALLEN Tupelo Business; Sigma Nu. FRANK ANDREW ANDERSON Oxford Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: NICHOLAS J. ANGELOZZI, JR. Baltimore, Md. Business. DALTON W. ANTHONY Tupelo Education. JOHN FRANK ARNETT Oxford Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. JAMES HILEY ARNOLD, JR. Thomastown Education. Filth Row: JOHN W. ARNOLD, JR. Grenada Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. PAUL HARRY ARON Monroe, La. Business. MICHAEL MATHIAS BAIER Meridian Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. BARBARA ANN BAILEY Long Beach Business. Sixth Row: JAMES R. BALDWIN Jackson Liberal Arts. DIANE JUNE BARGER Tupelo Liberal. Arts; Phi Mu. ROBERT DAVID BARHAM Coldwater Education. TERRELL WAYNE BARLOW Biloxi Business; Delta Psi. Seventh Row: JAMES A. BARRETT, JR. Cruger Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha, SAMUEL LYLE BATES, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. JAMES BAILEY BAXTER University Engineering. ROBERT LLOYD BEASLEY Greenwood Business; Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: SONDRA KATHLEEN BEAVER Collierville, Tenn. Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. PHYI.LIS JANICE BECKWITH Carrollton Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. FRED EDWIN BEEMON, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts. JAMES KENNETH BELL New Albany Education. First Row: JAMES K. BENNETT New Albany Education; Sigma Nu. SHIRLEY ANNE BENNETT Tchula Education. ALFRED EUGENE BERLINER North Branch Liberal Arts. EMILY SUE BETZ McComb Pharmacy. Second Row: RODNEY L. BEVILL Toccopola Engineering. HARRIET NELSON BINFORD Tupelo Education. BARBARA ANN BISHOP Oxford Education. VICTORIA LEE BISHOP West Point Education; Delta Gamma. Third Row: SANDRA LEE BLACK Jackson Education; Kappa Delta. NANCY B. BLANKENSHIP Jackson Education. LELAND ADAM BLEHM Va. Beach Liberal Arts. LOIS JEAN BLOCH Ft. Lauderdale Education; Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: WILLIAM PATRICK BOLAND University Liberal Arts. JOHN DAVID BOLEN Booneville Education. JAMES PENNINGTON BORDEN Ocean Springs Liberal Arts. LILLIAN SULLIVAN BOTTS Smithville Education. Fifth Row: LARRY GLENN BOURLAND Manila, Ark. Liberal Arts. CLAUDE PENN BOWIE, JR. Jackson Engineering. DAVID MAURICE BOYD Jackson Liberal Arts. JOE ALISTER BRADY, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: WESLEY ELLIS BRANCH Shelby Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. FRANK WHITTY BRATT Moss Point Liberal Arts. EDDIE EUGENE BRAWLEY Earle, Ark. Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. ARLIN BRADDOCK BRAWNER Corinth Business. Seventh Row: SUE CAROLE BRISTER McComb Education; Chi Omega. WILLIAM W. BRITTINGHAM Oxford Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. MARILYN L. BROWN New Orleans Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. VIRGINIA NELL BROWN Education; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: MARGARET OLIVIA BROWNE Oxford Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. JACK M. BROWNING Pensacola, Fla. Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. DAVID LELAND BRYANT University Liberal Sigma Nu. RUTH MABRY BRYANT Derma, Miss. Education. First Row: GEORGE SUMNER BUCK, HI Memphis, Liberal Arts. AUSTIN WARREN BUNCH Amory Education. JOEL WILLIAM BUNKLEY, III Oxford Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. WALCIE LEON BURTON Philadelphia Education. Second Row: FREDERICK W. BUSH Helena, Ark. Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. ELIZABETH S. BUTLER Coahoma Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. BONITA BUTTERFIELD Pascagoula Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Business; Chi Omega. PATRICIA ANNE BYRD New York Business; Phi Kappa Theta. Third Row: NORMAN JOHN CALHOUN Farmingdale, L.I. Liberal Arts. JAN CAMPBELL HAVEN Forrest City Liberal Arts. CHERYL LOUISE CANNING Baton Rouge Education. MARY CAROLYN CANNON Batesville Education. Fourth Row: JOHNNIE FAE CANUP Tremont Business. CAROLYN L. CARRINGTON Collierville, Tenn. Educatio n; Delta Gamma. ELIZABETH CHAPMAN CARTER Senatobia Business; Delta Delta Delta. GLENN THOMAS CARTWRIGHT Mayfield, Ky. Pharmacy. Fifth Row: CAROL EVELYN CASSIDY Bogalusa, La. Education; Phi Mu. JAMES LEROY CATT, JR. University Business. MARY E. CAUTHEN Canton Business. ALMA CAROLE CHASE Jackson Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: ROBERT W. CHESNUT Gadsden, Ala. Liberal Arts. JOHN Row CHESTEEN Starkville Business. PAUL MILTON CHILDERS Spartanburg, S. C. Liberal Arts. BOBBY W. CHILDRESS Houston Pharmacy. Seventh Row: HYONG KIL CHOE Oxford Liberal Arts. REUBEN L. CHRESTMAN, III West Helena Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. SHU HONG CHU Naha, Okinawa Engineering. ANSON BOBBY CHUNN Jackson Business. Eighth Row: SANDRA LYNN CHUSTZ Jackson Education; Pi Beta Phi. DONALD BAIN CLARY Lawrenceville, Va. Education. GORDON G. CLAYTON, JR. Ripley Business. HUGH CARTER CLAYTON New Albany Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: WILLIAM J. CLAYTON Sardis Education; Alpha Tau Omega. NEAL G. CLEMENT Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. DIANE M. CLEMENTS Rolling Fork Business. KAREN LYNNE CLIFFORD Houston 24 Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: DAVID LOUIS COBB Stuttgart, Ark. Business; Sigma Nu. JAMES DENNIS COBB Blue Springs Liberal Arts. JUDY CAROLYN COBB Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. BLAND DODDS COFFEY Myrtle Education. Third Row: WILLIAM D. COLEMAN, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. JUDITH ANN COLVIN Greenwood Business; Kappa Delta. WAYNE PETER COMER Clark, N. C. Liberal Arts. EMILY DEUPREE COMPTON Vicksburg, Education; Kappa Delta. Fourth Row: MICHAEL DALE COOKE Tupelo Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. MARGARET ANN COON Alexandria, La. Liberal Arts. MARGIE FAY COPELAND Water Valley Education. ALTON LEE CORBAN, JR. Bogue Chitto Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: Tom A. " BUTCH " COTHRAN, JR. Lexington Business; Sigma Pi. LOUIE BILBO COURTNEY Sumrall Pharmacy. CLARA DEAN Cox Charleston Education; Kappa Delta. SUZAINNE MCNEIL CROUCH Batesville Business. Sixth Row: EDWARD JENNINGS CROW, JR. Clarksdale, Engineering. ELIZABETH VIOLA CROWDER Hot Springs Education. VICTOR HENRY CUCHENS, JR. DeFuniak Spr. Engineering. LEHMAN JOSEPH CUEVAS Gulfport Business. Seventh Row: PATRICIA ANN CURRY Aberdeen Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. WILLIAM H. CURTIS Oxford Business. JOHN LIPSCOMB DALE Jackson Engineering; Sigma Nu. DANEY ADELINE DANIEL Fulton Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. Eighth Row: MARTHA JANE DAUGHTON Oxford Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. JAMES JOSEPH DAVIDSON Pottsville, Pa. Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. CATHERINE C. DAVIS Jackson Education; Chi Omega. ROBERT SOL DAVIS Birmingham, Ala. Liberal Arts. First Row: WILLIAM HENRY DETERLY Natchez Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DIANNE MANN DEWEES Madison Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. SHERRYL ANN DICKERSON Independence Education. DOROTHY ANN DICKEY Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: KAREN LEE DICKEY Water Valley Education. GREGORY OLIVER DOIRON Vicksburg Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. PEGGY ANN DOLAN Bronx, N. Y. Liberal Arts. JAMES ARTHUR DOSS Oxford Business. Third Row: SANDRA .J. DOUGHERTY Ocean Springs Business. SAMMY STEVE DOWDY New Albany Education. JosEPH C. DROKE, JR. Corinth Business. LAWRENCE MORGAN DUDLEY, JR. Meridian Business; Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: ANNE CATHERINE DUNN Yazoo City Education; Chi Omega. MARTHA MCCAULEY DUNN Columbus Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. MARTHA ALLEN DUVALL Mantachie Education. REBECCA TAYLOR DYKES Baton Rouge Education. Fifth Row: FRANCES KAY EARTHMAN Oxford Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. LARRY BYRON EASTERLING Pontotoc Engineering. BRENDA SUE EATON Sumrall Chi Omega. JOHN A. ECHOLS University Engineering. Sixth Row: ROBERT M. EDGAR Jackson Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. MARY E. EDMONDSON Columbus Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. RicHARD W. ELLIOTT JR. Oxford Business. MARYLYN PAGE ELLIS Hun tsville, Ala. Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Seventh Row: ROBERT RANDAL EMBREY, III Hernando Engineering. JOHN POINTER ESTES Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FRANKLIN GIBSON EUBANKS Ruleville Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. KEREN ELLEN EVERETT Greenwood Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: JOE HENRY EZELL Pascagoula Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. Louis E. FARRIS, JR. Charleston Engineering. THOMAS LEE FAULKNER Imperial Beach Education; Sigma Pi. NANCY LYNN FENSTERMACHER Vicksburg Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. First Row: MARGARET ELLEN FERGUSON Jackson Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. DAVID DUDLEY FIELD, JR. Hampton Liberal Arts. BESSIE LEONA FISHER Sledge Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. MARTHA JANE FLAUTT Swan Lake Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Second Row: CYNTHIA VAUGHAN FoosE Yazoo City Education. DOROTHY LYNN FORD Meridian Liberal Arts. JANET LYNN FORD Vicksburg Liberal Arts. MARILYN PAULINE FOSTER Oxford Pharmacy. Third Row: STEPHEN ROY FOSTER Vicksburg Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BARBARA JEAN FOWLER Malvern, Ark. Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. SHIRLEY ANN FRATESI Leland Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. KATHERINE LEA FRAZER Clarksdale Education; Chi Omega. Fourth Row: GERALD BENNETT FRAZIER Meridian Engineering. WILLIAM L. FREEMAN, JR. Newton Business. PATRICIA ANN FREENY Carthage Education. SUSAN LOUISE FRENCH Pass Christian Education; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: DON LUIS FRUGE Meridian Business; Sigma Chi. MARGARET DIANE FULLER Laurel Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. NANCY FAY FULLER Oxford Education. ROBERT HENRY FULLER Coral Gables Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: WILLIAM THOMAS GAFFORD Water Valley Liberal Arts. JAMES ELRA GAMBLIN Meridian Education. DONALD F. GOBER Oxford Liberal Arts. ELIZABETH ANN GORE Water Valley Education. Seventh Row: ROBERT ANDREW GORMAN Woodhaven Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. IDA HERVEY GRAHAM Jackson Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT DAVID GRAY Perry, Fla. Engineering. CHARLEY WADE GREEN, JR. Booneville Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Eighth Rote: SALLY JEAN GREEN Gulfport Education; Phi Mu. WILLIAM B. GREENE, JR. Laurel Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM GRADY GREER Charleston Liberal Arts. Joe C. GRIFFIN Tiplersville Business. First Row: GEORGE GRIMES Guntown Engineering. JULIA RABURN GRIMES Mantachie Education. LYNDA ANN GRIMES Biloxi Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. PHYLLIS MERIDA GUEST Pass Christian Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: WILLIAM RALPH GULLEDGE, JR. Senatobia Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. ROBERT ALLAN GUYTON Jackson Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. JOHN D. HABES, JR. Rochester Business. PAUL W. HALE, JR. Tupelo Engineering. Third Row: HAMILTON YORK HALEY Friendship, Tenn. Pharmacy. BRENDA ZELLE HALL Greenville Education; Phi Mu. JEANNE GAE HALL St. Petersburg Education. SYLVIA ANN HALL Oxford Business. Fourth Row: BARBARA KAY HAMMOND Kosciusko Education; Delta Gamma. LINDA DAWN HANBERRY Laurel Business. ROBERT LEE HANCOCK Cornersville Liberal Arts. JAMES K. HAND Jackson Education. Fifth Row: JOHN LEE HARGRAVES Helena, Ark. Liberal Arts. BRYAN BRAND HARPER Meridian Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. CHARLES E. HARPER, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. SAMMIE D. HARRIS Dorsey Business. Sixth Row: ELIZABETH P. HARRISON Greenville Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. LOUISE S. HARRISON Blytheville, Ark. Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. SCOTT GARNER HASLER, JR. Northridge, Calif. Education. PAMELA MARSHALL HAWORTH Jefferson, Texas Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: CONLEY H. HEABERLIN, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts. STEPHEN FRED HEDGES Water Valley Engineering. ROWLAND W. HEIDELBERG, III Hattiesburg Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. WINIFRED RUTH HELLUMS Oxford Pharmacy. Eighth Row: ROBERT CARL HELMS Cleveland Liberal Arts. RAMONA C. HENNESSEE Meridian Education; Delta Gamma. MARY KATHERINE HENRY Birmingham, Ala. Business; Kappa Delta. PATRICIA LOUISE HENRY Gulfport Liberal Arts. First Row: ELIZABETH GORDON HENSLEY Birmingham, Ala. Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. BUFORD SHANDS HENSON Courtland Pharmacy. WAYNE WALKER HERRINGTON Meridian Liberal Arts. WILLIAM STEWART HESTER Jackson Liberal Arts. Second Row: HAROLD Ex HILL Greenwood Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. LU ALICE HILL Brandon Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. ROSEMARY HILLMAN Union Education. MAX DAVIS HIPP Oxford Business. Third Row: RAY WILSON HODGES, JR. Ripley Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. KENNETH C. HOLLWEG Kansas City Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. MARGARET ANN HORN Corinth Education; Alpha Delta Pi. EWELL SPENCER HUDSON Batesville Pharmacy. Fourth Row: KENNETH W. HUDSON Myrtle Education. THOMAS ROLAND HURDLE Taylor Business. RICHARD ATHERTON HUTCHINS Annapolis, Md. Business; Phi Kappa Psi. GEORGE HENRY JABOUR Vicksburg Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: JOHN CALLER JAMES Natchez Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUZANNE JAMES Dallas, Texas Business. KERRY LAYNE JENKINS Pontotoc Education. SYLVIA ANN JESSEE Amory Education. Sixth. Row: BOWEN CHARLESTON JOHNSON Oxford Liberal Arts. DWIGHT ALLYN JOHNSON Golden Engineering. JAMES ALBERT JOHNSON Tylertown Education. LESTER WILLIE JONES, J R. Wiggins Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: CHARLES SCHEMEDES JORDAN Columbia Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID B. JOSLIN Memphis, Tenn. Education. JOHN N. KAMMAN, JR. Gibbstown Education; Sigma Pi. STEPHEN P. KANE Shorewood, Wisc. Business; Sigma Pi. Eighth Row: MARY W. KAVANAUGH Grenada Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. STRATFORD H. KAY Pittsboro Liberal Arts. WILLIAM H. KEENER, JR. Arlington, Va. Liberal Arts. JAMES CALHOUN KELLY Jackson Education; Delta Kappa Epsilon. First Row: GLENN LARRY KERR Jackson Education. ROBERT LEE KERR Olive Branch Business; Sigma Nu. MICHAEL D. KERSHAW Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. JIMMIE KATHERINE KILGORE Pope Liberal Arts. Second Row: PHYL JANE KIMBALL Raymond Education; Kappa Delta. WILLIAM FLOYD KLEPZIG Abbeville Liberal Arts. LARRY KENNETH KROGSTAD Brookhaven Business. BOBBY BENNETT LANTRIP Pittsboro Engineering. Third Row: PATRICIA JEAN LATTA Jackson Education, Delta Delta Delta LINDA LANE LEDBETTER Yazoo City Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. JACQUELYN J. LEDBETTER Yazoo City Business; Phi Mu. BRENDA CAROL. LEE Verona Education ; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: ROBERT S. LEE Myrtle Education. HORACE BAXTER LESTER, JR. Jackson Engineering; Sigma Chi. SIDNEY MARIE LEVY Montgomery, Ala. Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM IRVIN LEWIS Jackson Business. Fifth Row: BALFOUR MCCABE LIPSCOMB Vicksburg Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. MARIE MCCABE LIPSCOMB Vicksburg Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. JAYNE A. WRIGHT LLOYD Pascagoula Liberal Arts. JOHN BUNYAN LLOYD, JR. Long Beach Business. Sixth Row: JOHN W. LOCOVARE University Liberal Arts. WALTER DAVID LODEN Memphis, Tenn. Education. EDWARD RICHARD LOEBER Verplanck Education. FELICE LOMANGINO University Engineering. Seventh Row: DAN WADE LOMAX Waynesboro Pharmacy. MARLIN GERALD LOWRIMORE Laurel Pharmacy. I. SEMMES LUCKETT, JR. Clarksdale Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. TOMMY JUNIOR LUKE Louisville Education. Eighth Row: JANE ELLEN LUNDBERG Grenada Education; Phi Mu. GLENN LOUIS LUSK Muldraugh, Ky. Business. THOMAS G. McCARLEY, JR. Baldwyn Liberal Arts. DORSEY H. MCCAY, JR. Sardis Business. First Row: MARY MARGARET MCCLURE Corinth Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. ELIZABETH ANN MCCONNELL Tupelo Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. EDWARDS LEWIS MCCOOL Grenada Business; Beta Theta Pi. GRADY LYNN MCCOOL, JR. Jackson Business; Phi Delta Theta. Second Row: HOLLY ANNE MCCREIGHT Meridian Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY CARMILLE MCCULLOUCH Oxford Education; Delta Gamma. KATHRYN E. McDuFFIE Nettleton Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. BURCHETTE S. MCFARLAND Bolivar, Tenn. Business. Third Row: SHAUN BERNARD MCGARRY Largo, Florida HARRY SMITH MCGEHEE Clayton 5 Business; Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM C. MCGEHEE, JR. Natchez Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. JUDITH KATHRYN MCGREGER Algoma Liberal Arts. Fourth. Row: MARION W. MCGREGER Tupelo Liberal Arts. GLORIA JEANETTE MCGUIRE Jackson Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. NANCY HOLLAND MCHANEY Henderson, Tenn. Liberal Arts. NOLA ANN MCKEE Greenville Education. Fifth Row: MILTON LANE MCKELLAR Clarksdale Business; Kappa Sigma. JOHN PURVIS MCLAURIN Oxford Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. JOAN PORTER MCMINN Water Valley Education. BARBARA ANN MCQUEEN Baton Rouge Liberal Arts. Sixth. Row: ROY LANCTOT Pascagoula Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. MARTHA TOY MABRY Taylorsville, Business. HEMANT MAHESHWARI Mirzapur, India Engineering. MICHAEL JAMES MALOUF Jackson Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Seventh Row: TONI MALVEZZI MATHIS Clarksdale Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. CYNTHIA HATCHER ZANIER Nashville, Tenn. Liberal Arts. JUDITH ANN MARKS Booneville Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: HOLLIS F. MARTIN Red Bay Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES G. MARTIN, JR. Tupelo Liberal Arts. KAY ABERNATHY MARTIN Okolona Liberal Arts. DENNIS CRUCE MARVEL Princeton, Ky. Engineering. First Row: KENNETH J. MASCARI Miami, Fla. Education. VERNON BRYAN MATHIAS Cruger Liberal Arts. JUDITH PANNELL MATTOX Corinth Liberal Arts. JAMES WILLIAM MAXWELL Ruleville Liberal Arts. Second Row: CHARLOTTE RITA MAYO Ocean Springs Education; Phi Mu. MICHAEL EDWARD MEANS Charlotte, N. C. Education; Kappa ' Alpha. JANIS SHIRLEY MEEKS Orlando, Fla. Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. JEAN HAYDOCK MEGGINSON New Albany Education. Third Row: WILLIAM H. MELTON New Albany Education. JANET MEYER Meridian Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. BARRY IVAN MICKEY Urbana, Ill. Liberal Arts. JIMMIY DEE SISK MILLARD Oxford Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: BILLY MAURICE MILLER Pascagoula Business; Sigma Nu. FREDERICK L. MILLER Shreveport, La. Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. LINDA K. MILLER Vincennes, Ind. Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES EDWIN MITCHELL Panama City Education; Delta Psi. Fifth Row: SUE POWERS MITCHELL Memphis, Tenn. Education; Kappa Delta. NANCY L. MOAK Jackson Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. CONSTANCE ANN MONSON Jacksonville, Fla. Liberal Arts. BARBARA Jo MOORE Belmont Business. Sixth Row: PATRICIA ANNE MOORE Winnsboro, La. Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. WILLIAM FRANK MOORE, JR. Byhalia Business; Sigma Chi. GEORGE DOWNING MORRIS Gulfport Engineering. WILLIAM C. Moss Bay Springs Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Seventh Row: CHARLES L. MOUGEY Sardis Education; Phi Kappa Psi. SHEILA DELL MURCHISON Education. ALAN LINN MURPHREE Houston Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. M. CAMILLE MURPHY Shreveport, La. Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: THOMAS DULANEY MURRY Oxford Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. ROBIN NALL Memphis 12 Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOHN L. NELMS Brookhaven Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ANNE BRITTON NELSON Jackson Liberal Arts. First Row: JAMES HARDIN NELSON Crystal Springs Business. EDWIN RANDOLPH NOBLE, JR. Lorman Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. ROBERT LEE NORRIS Tampa, Fla. Liberal Arts. ROGER H. NUNLEY Fayette Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: WILLIAM MAYHEW NUNLEY Carrollton Business. ROBERT EDWARD OAKLEY Bruce Liberal Arts. ALICIA SUE ODRAGO Livonia, Mich. Liberal Arts. MAUREEN Y. O ' ROURKE Brookhaven Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. Third Row: JUDITH KAY OSWALD Lewiston Liberal Arts. RICHARD NEIL OUSLEY Huntsville, Ala. Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES RAYMOND OWEN Memphis, Tenn. Engineering. THOMAS JAMES PARKER Daytona Beach Education. Fourth Row: VICKIE L. PARKER Lucedale Education. RUSSELL S. PATTERSON Oxford Liberal Arts. CHARLES B. PATTON Jackson Business. REX NELSON PAUL Greenville Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: MARY GRACE PECK Oxford Liberal Arts. TOMMYE CARLYN PEDEN Chatham Education. SUSAN LUCRETIA PEELER Amory Education; Alpha Delta Pi. LUTHER RONNIE PENNY Alexandria, La. Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: SUZANNE L. PERMENTER Greenville Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY SUZANNE PERRY Tunica Education; Chi Omega. JOY ELIZABETH PERSON Water Valley Education. MICHAEL RUDD PHILLIPS Mississippi City Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: STANLEY FREDERICK PIELAK Pascagoula Business; Sigma Pi. CHARLES MICHEAL PIERCE Water Valley Engineering. HELEN D. PILLOW Itta Bena Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. GARY WAYNE POLITAN Indianapolis, Ind. Business. Eighth Row: ROME DABBS POLSGROVE Shannon Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. HUGH SWINTON POTTS, JR. Kosciusko Liberal Arts. WILLIAM HENRY POTTS New Albany Education. CLARENCE DICKENS PRANGE Memphis, Tenn. Business; Beta Theta Pi. First Row: KARAN LINDHORST PRANGE Memphis, Tenn. Business. WILLIAM JOSEPH PRAY Takoma Park Liberal Arts. BILL R. PREECE University Liberal Arts. HUGH GORDON PRICE Greenwood Business; Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: SARAH EVELYN PRICE University Education; Delta Gamma. DIXON LEROY PYLES Jackson Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. DANIEL. RABINOWITZ Allentown, Pa. Business. Hussein Teheran, Iran Engineering. Third Row: EDWARD W. RAMPY Water Valley Business. JANE MELLIE RAMSEY Mt. Olive Business. JAMES CURTIS RANDLE Pontotoc Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. SANDRA LEE REAGAN Oxford Chi Omega. Fourth Row: JANET ELIZABETH REDDOCH Stringer Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. LARRY W. REED Holly Springs Business. GEORGE HARRISON REID Hickory, N. C. Business. GILBERT L. RHOADES, JR. Corinth Engineering. Fifth Row: LENT IRWIN RICE, II Basiness; Sigma Chi. LEO EDWARD RICE Oxford Pharmacy. JOHNNY A. RICHARDSON Morton Education. CHARLES STEWART RICHEY Jackson Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: DARRYEL LEE ROBERDS Oxford Liberal Arts. NANCY HILL ROBERSON Lyon Education. PAMELA P. ROBERTSON Minter City Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. HERSCHEL E. ROBERTSON, II Merigold Business. Seventh Row: RICHARD T. ROBERTSON, J R. St. Petersburg Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM T. ROBERTSON, JR. New Albany Business; Sigma Chi. GLORIA ROBINSON Tupelo Education; Phi Mu. RONNIE A. ROBINSON Laurel Business. Eighth Row: ' MARTHA JANE ROMINES Thayer, Mo. Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. PATRICK 0. ROSELLA. Greenville Business. ROBERTA GRACE Ross Clarksdale Education; Chi Omega. MARY ELAINE ROWELL Morehouse, Mo. Education. First Row: DANNY RAY ROY Corinth Engineering; Sigma Nu. ROBERT PRITCHARD RUSSELL Oxford Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. RONALD TRUETT RUSSELL Bay St. Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. DONNA LANE RUTLEDGE Pontotoc Education. Second Row: ROBERT RICHARD SALLY Rochester Business; Phi Kappa Theta. JOHN EDGAR SANDERS Kosciusko Pharmacy. ROBERT C. SANDERS, II Springfield, Ohio Business. VICKI IRENE SANDERS Somerville, Tenn. Education; Chi Omega. Third Row: CHARLES EDWIN SAPPINGTON New Albany Business. JOHN G. SCHAFFER, JR. Vicksburg Engineering; Sigma Chi. EUGENE R. SCHNIERLE Harrisburg, Ill. Education. SPENCER LOUIS SCHREITER Jackson Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. Fourth Row: DON BACOT SCOTT Hazlehurst Business; Sigma Chi. MARY DURAN Scott Tampa, Fla. Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. WILLIAM ALLEN SCOTT Oxford Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. MARTHA MAYNETTE SEAY Oxford Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: HOMER WESLEY SEBREN, JR. Jackson Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. RONALD VICTOR SEKUL Biloxi Pharmacy. CAROL KERN SELLERS Mobile, Ala. Education; Chi Omega. JAMES G. SHAFFER Birmingham, Ala. Business. Sixth Row: DAVE EUGENE SHANDS Tupelo Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. BARBARA JEAN SHANNON Oxford Business. SALLY SHUTTLEWORTH Indianola Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. JAMES GARY SIGLER Waynesboro Business. Seventh Row: SANDRA MARIE SIMMONS Nashville, Tenn. Liberal Arts. TOMMY T. SIMPSON Ashland Liberal Arts. JERRY LONN SIMS Meridian Liberal Arts. JANET ALLEN SINGLETARY Jackson Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: GARY LEE SISCO Bolivar, Tenn. Engineering; Sigma Nu. MARTHA FRANCES SMIRA Jackson Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. ARCHIE EUGENE SMITH Centreville Engineering; Kappa Sigma. AUDREY E. SMITH Philadelphia Education, Fir:• Rote: BEN ALAN SMITH Oxford Business. JOSEPH PHILIP SMITH Jackson, Tenn. Liberal Arts. SANDRA WYNN SMITH Barrington, 111. Business; Pi Beta Phi. SHELBY B. SMITH, JR. Canton Business. Second Row: TIMOTHY RANDOLPH SMITH Meridian Liberal Arts. JIMMIE LEE SMITHEY New Albany Education. BILL. STERLING SMITHSON Jackson Business. JOHN BOSWELL SNEED, II Gulfport Business. Third Row: MARY FRANCES SNEED Thaxton Education. CHARLES Ross SPENCER Meridian Business. DONALD RAY STACEY Mobile, Ala. Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. JACQUELYN M. STAHLMAN Natchez Business; Pi Beta Phi. Fourth Row: MARSHALL HAL STANGER University Liberal Arts. FRED EDWIN STANLEY, JR. University Business. MICHAEL STEVE STARNES Oxford Business. FRANKLIN C. STEPHENSON Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: GARY ALLAN STEWART Prichard, Ala. Liberal Arts. MARGARET L. STOCKWELL Jackson Education. DAVID COE STONE Memphis, Tenn. Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. DRENNON STRAWBRIDGE Pontotoc Engineering. Sixth Row: WILLIAM C. STRAWBRIDGE Aberdeen Business; Sigma Chi. MARJORIE ALICE SULLIVAN University Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAM ELLIS SUMNERS Booneville Liberal Arts. RICHARD NEAL SWIFT Charlottesville, Va. Engineering. Seventh Row: BOBBY SHARRON SWORDS New Albany Business. HERMAN EUGENE TAYLOR, JR. Clarksdale Business. JESSIE ROMA TAYLOR Verona Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. JOHN LEO TAYLOR University Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. Eighth Row: MARTHA F. TAYLOR Courtland Liberal Arts. REBECCA KAY TAYLOR Hazlehurst Education; Phi Mu. ROBERT PARRISH TAYLOR, JR. Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. TERRY ANN TEASLEY Alexandria, Va. Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: WILLIAM JOHN TEHAN, III Rivera Beach Liberal Arts. LYNDA P. TERNEY Greenville Education. JOE LAWRENCE THOMPSON Laurel Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. NORMAN S. THOMPSON, JR. Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts. Second Row: THOMAS LAWRENCE THOMPSON Richmond, Va. Pharmacy. VINCIE D. THORNTON Liberty Liberal Arts. INDIA SYKES THROOP Water Valley Education ; Delta Gamma. JAMES BENNY TODD Tupelo Bu siness. Third Row: BEN TOOLE Oakland Education. COWLES HORTON TOWNES Grenada Business; Alpha Tau Omega. BRENT HILL TRAUGHBER Elkton, Ky. Engineering. CARWELL W. TRAYLOR, JR. Tylertown Pharmacy. Fourth Row: EDITH WAITS TURLEY Leland Education; Phi Mu. LINDA LOUISE TURNER Aiken South Liberal Arts. ROBERT PHILLIPS TURNER, JR. Lebanon, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT W. TURNER Laurel Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. Fifth Row: SALLY BELLE TURNER Yazoo City Education. STELLA ROSS TURNER Yazoo City Education. CAROL ANN TURNIPSEED Jackson Education; Chi Omega. CLIFTON CARNELL VALENTINE Lamar Engineering. Sixth Row: GEORGE CASTNER VASSALLO Nashville, Tenn. Liberal Arts. MARGARET M. VAUGHAN Canton Education; Delta Delta Delta. GANEL EASON VEAZEY Coldwater Education; Delta Delta Delta. GERALD DENNIS WAGES ' Tupelo Business. Seventh Row: MILDRED ALLENE WAITS University Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. JESSYCA ELISEBETH WALDRAN Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PATRICIA ANNE WALKER Clarksdale Education; Chi Omega. REBECCA E. WALKER Fulton Education. Eighth Row: JOHN MATHIS WALLACE Laurel Pharmacy. TORY MACK WALLACE Shuqualak Liberal Arts. VIRGINIA MARIANNE WALSH. St. Petersburg Education; Alpha Delta Pi. PATRICIA ELLEN WALTERS Laurel Education; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Gerald Wayne Warfield, Gulfport; Education. • Sandra Marie Little Rock; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Clara B Jackson; Educat ion. • Edna Sue Atkinson Watson, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Shirley Claire Watson, Mississippi City; Liberal Arts. • Judith Mae Watts, Kosciusko; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Paul Burl Welch, Laurel; Pharmacy. • Jerry Bruce Wells, Deland, Fla.; Third Row: • Hugh Donald West, Shannon; Business. • Stephen Frederic Weston, Underhill, Vermont; Liberal Arts; Delta. • Paul Fred Whitacre, Greenville; Pharmacy. • Robert L. Whitaker, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Alvie F. White, University; Education. • Jackie Lamar White, Decatur, Ala.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Nancy Sue White, Liberal Arts. • Robert Thomas White, Senatobia; Pharmacy. Fifth Row: • Susan Frances White, Metairie, La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Clarence H. Whiteside, Durant; Engineering. • Merla Mathews Whyte, Mt. Vernon; Education. • Camille S. Wilkinson, Beale AFB; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. Sixth Row: • Judith Lynn Wilkinson, Shaw; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Charles Van Williams, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Claudia Ann Williams, Clarksdale; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • David Michael Williams, Wake Forest; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Burnice Neal Willis, Pitkin, La.; Engineering. • David Baxter Wilson, University; Business. • James Richard Wilson, University; Engineering. • James Thomas Wilson, Mobile, Ala.; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Betty Jue Wing, Jonestown; Liberal Arts. • Jane May Wither- spoon, Meridian; Education; Chi Omega. • Malcolm L. Wood, Jr., Chevy Chase; Liberal Arts. • Martha Lynn Woodruff, Batesville; Education. • Elaine E. Wootten, Pass Christian; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. Ninth Row: • Lottie Virginia Wroten, Lambert; Liberal Arts. • Dennis Edward Wynn, Danville, Ind.; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. • Ronald Alan Yancis, Irondequoit New; Business. • James Walter Yawn, Bogue Chitto; Business. • William Elder Yoste, Memphis; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Roxie Pittman Abel, Duck Hill; Education. • Patricia Lynn Abernethy, Houston; Education; Chi Omega. • Gladys Karemi Abraham, Leland; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Holmes S. Adams, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Carroll Anne Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Robert Charles Aldinger, York, Pa.; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. • Malcolm Lee Aldridge, Pope; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Barbara J. Alexander, El Dorado; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Bebe Clinton Alexander, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Donna Faye Allen, Kosciusko; Business. Third Row: • Gilda Jean Allen, Corinth; Education. • Glynda Ruth Allen, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Henry R. Allen, Jackson; Liberal Arts Sigma Nu. • Millard R. Allen, Jr., Toomsuba; Liberal Arts. • Frank Joseph Alvarez, III, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: • Marlin Curtis Anderson, Oxford; Education. • Martha Marie Anderson, Lumberton; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Thomas H. Anderson, Jr., Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Allen Carey Anthony, Co urtland; Business. • James S. Armstrong, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Filth Row: • Patricia Marie Arnold, Natchez; Education. • Peggy Sue Arrington, Water Valley; Education. • Patricia Maureen Ashworth, New Albany; Education. • Carolyn Ann Aston, Randolph; • Bruce E. Atkinson, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: • Frank S. Austin, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Eric K. Ayer, Chrisney, Ind.; Liberal Arts. • Juanita S. Babb, Oxford; Business. • Dolly Sue Bailey, Oxford; Education. • Gloria Fran Bailey, Grenada; Education. Seventh Row: • Judy Carolyn Bailey, Dundee; Business. • Margie Sayle Bailey, Oakland; Education. • Robert Walter Bailey, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Verna Ann Bailey, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Danny Ray Baker, Batesville; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: • Sandra Kay Baker, Pontotoc; Education. • Everett Lee Ball, jr., Black Mountain; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • William David Ball, Starkville; Business. • John Ga ry Ballard, Booneville; Liberal Arts. • Mitchell Nevada Bankston, Lovin; Pharmacy. Ninth Row: • Mills E. Barbee, Hernando; Business; Sigma Nu. • Nelson L. Barksdale, Jr., Arlington, Va.; Liberal Arts. • Peter Hichman Barrett, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Joseph E. Bass, Montgomery, Ala.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Fred L. Beard, Jr., Columbus; Business; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Harry Bartton Beatty, Jr., Falls Church; Business. • Raymond Edward Belk, Batesville; Business. • William W. Bell, Courtland; Business. • Kay Ruth Bellande, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Susan E. Bennett, Bowling Green; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: • Joseph Benz, Water Valley; Education; Kappa Sigma. • Richard Wheeler Berry, Richmond, Va.; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Beverly Jean Biddy, Grenada; Liberal Arts. • Barbara Ann Billings, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Charles David Billings, Jr., Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Betty C. Birdwell, Nashville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Carl Victor Black, Jr., Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Lillian Shaw Black, Natchez; Education. • James D. Blackburn, Decatur; Business; Alpha Tau Omega; Leslie Emile Blaize, Jr., Bay St.; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Jerry Lee Blount, Jackson; Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. • Harry R. Board, Christiansburg, Va.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • William Henry Bobbs, Onward; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Michael J. Boland, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • David W. Bomboy, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: • Sharon Lynn Boone, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Edna A. Bourgeois, Waveland, Education. • Howell Johnson Boyles, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • Cynthia Louise Brame, Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Anna C. Branham, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: • Charles A. Breath, III, Bay St.; Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. • Gary Eugene Breedlove, Asheboro, N. C.; Liberal Arts. • Maurice R. Brett, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • Cherl Kay Brewer, New Albany; Education. • Allie Watkins Bridgforth, Pickens; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Seventh Row: • Aubry William Bright, Courtland; Business. • James A. Brim, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Elizabeth Ann Briscoe, Oxford; Education. • Charles L. Brooks, Jackson; Business. • Baxter Brown, Perkinston; Engineer. Eighth Row: • Marion Lowell Brown, Crenshaw; Pharmacy. • Susan Brown, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Dianna Lynn Brummett, Business. • Rex H. Brunt, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • John R. Bryan, San Francisco; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Wanda Faye Bullard, luka; Liberal Arts. • Frances Sandra Burdison, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • George Allan Burdock, Des Moines; Liberal Arts; Charles Edmund Burks, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • Francis Gerald Burnett, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. First Row: • Bonnie B. Burns, Caruthersville, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Rosa R. Burns, Water Valley; Business. • Donald Raymon Burrell, Picayune; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Franklin Gail Burton, Phileadelphia; Education. • Herbert Mark Butler, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • George Garrett Byers, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Gus Ames Bynum, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • William Dean Byrd, University; Business. • Rita Proby Cabaniss, Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Martha C. Caldwell, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Third Row: • Grover Randolph Caloway, McGehee, Ark.; Business. • Barbara Ann Camp, Mantachie; Education. • Charles Russell Campbell, Fla.; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • James McDonald Stuttgart, Ark.; Business. • Virginia C. Campbell, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Fourth Row: • Michael R. Carithers, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Betty M. E. Carlisle, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Edwin B. Carpenter, Jr., Cleveland; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Meredith Davis Carpenter, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Beverly Lou Carr, Smithdale; Education. Fifth Row: E. Carr, Greenville; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Nancy Jeanne Carruth, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Milburn Carter, Myrtle; Business. • Carol Ann Carver, Senatobia; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joseph J. Casano, Jr., Gulfport; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Susan Lee Case, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • John Michael Cassady, Mississippi City; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John Douglas Caulfield, Greenville; Business. • Robert Paul Cekau, Chiefland, Fla.; Education. • Carolyn Webber Chandler, Crystal Springs; Education; Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: • Larry H. Chapman, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Alfred Wightman Chase, Balboa Heights; Liberal Arts. • Thomas W. Cheairs, III, Grenada; Business. • James Lawrence Childs, Jr., Batesville; • Glinda Jean Choat, Kosciusko; Business. Eighth Row: • Deane Crestman, West Helena; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Susan Clayton, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • James Edgar Clemmer, Ripley; Liberal Arts. • Danny Rae Clifton, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • Keith P. Clingman, Glenview, Ill.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Anita C. Clinton, Monticello; Education; Phi Mu. • Mary Dianne Colbert, Greenwood; Education; Kappa Delta. • Marsha K. Cole, Candor, N.C.; Liberal Arts. • Lillye Jane Collins, Apalachicola, Fla.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Joan Estella Colvin, Greenwood; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Gail Hanley Condon, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. • Lynn Turner Conn, Montgomery, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Lee K. Conner, Columbia; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Larry Joe Copeland, Liberal Arts. • Donald Robert Cox, Tupelo, Business. Second Row: • Roger D. Cox, Gulfport: Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Nancy Ann Craig, New Albeany; Education. • Janelle Cranford, Spring Hill; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Buren R. Crawford, Vardaman; Liberal. Arts. • John Byron Crawford, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: • Robert Crelot, North Tonawanda; Business. • Anne Murdock Crisler, Flora; Education; Phi Mu. • Michael Avery Crouch, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • Donald W. Crowder, Ackerman; Pharmacy. • Virginia Irlyn Cruthirds, Jackson; Education. Fourth Row: • James Tyson Currie, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Dale Galbraith Dalton, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • David Stephen Darnell, Minter City; Business; Sigma Chi. • Leigh Lorraine Davidson, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Marion Bea Davidson, Nettleton; Education. Fifth Row: • Carolyn Mary Davis, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • Leo Earl Davis, Jr., Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • Lloyd Lee Davis, Iuka; Business. • William Sidney Davis, Picayune; Pharmacy. • Winfred J. Davis, Jr., Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Louis P. Davitt, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • James Gregory Dees, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Strawford H. Dees, III, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Hicks Delgadillo, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • James D. Dempsey, Louisville; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Harriet Lee Denley, Charleston; Business. • Edwin John Dueschle, Tupelo; Education. • Mary May Dexter, Selmer, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Henry Narcise Dick, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Ronald Dickey, Texas City; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Kevin K. Diffley, Mobile, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • John Alfred Donald, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • William Duncan Donald, Jr., Moorhead; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Darrell Gene Dorris, Pine Bluff; Business. • Susan E. Dove, Jackson; Ninth Row: • Jerry Lynn Dover, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Sigma Pi. • Danny Alton Drake, Batesville; Engineering. • Thomas A. Drake, Jr., Iuka; Engineering. • Kenneth R. Dreher, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Marilyn Louise Dubose, Gulfport; Business. First Row: • Howard Lee Duck, Jr., Humboldt, Tenn.; Education. • Anne E. Duffee, Grenada; Business. • James 0. Dukes, Quitman; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Patsy Gwen Duncan, Tylertown; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Roy Eugene Duncan, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. Second Row: • Christopher A. Dunn, Montclair N.; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Edgar Merlin Dunn, Jr., New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Johnny H. Dykes, Baton Rouge; Business. • Peggy Diann Easterling, University; Liberal Arts. • Catherine April L. Eatman, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Theresa Anne Eavenson, Marks; Business; Phi Mu. • Carolyn Sue Martin, New Madrid; Liberal Arts. • Harold M. Edwards, Jr., Charleston, S. C.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Neva Sue Edwards, Summit; Business. • James Phillip Efird, Kannapolis, N. C.; Fourth Row: • Elizabeth Ann Eichold, Mobile, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Stephen G. Elkins, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Lawrence H. Ellis, Jr., McComb; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Sarabeth Wilkins Ellis, Lexington; Education; Chi Omega. • Marion Joseph Emmons, Corinth; Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: • Lois Ward Estes, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Susan Dianne Etheridge, Charleston; Education. • Constance Lee Eudy, New Albany; Education. • Nancy Clo Evans, Mt. Sterling; Liberal Arts. • James J. Farmer, Pascagoula; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: • Elizabeth Ann Farrar, Macon; Business. • John Louis Faulkner, Batesville; Education; Kappa Sigma. • James Marlton Ferguson, Coldwater; Education. • Thomas Lee Fernandez, Tampa, Fla.; • Jo Carol Finch, Huntingdon, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: • Nora L. Finklea, Dexter, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Dorothy Ann Firestone, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • James Samuel Fisackerly, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn B. Flagg, Gulfport; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Rebecca Ann Floyd, Sardis; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Henry Edward Fly, McComb; Business. • Wm. Alton Flynt, Jr., Mt. Olive; Pharmacy. • Jonathan Edward Foose, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Nancy K. Foose, Tchula; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Robert M. Foose, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Roane Devereux Forman, Natchez; Education; Kappa Delta. • Telena Kaye Foster, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Dona Watson Foulk, Beeville, Texas; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Danny Fox, Buckatunna; Liberal Arts. • Jeanette Laughton France, Robinsonville; Education. First Row: • Richard Clark Frazier, Myrtle; Education. • Danny Hugh Freeze, Coldwater; Education. • Harold L. Galloway, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • James B. Galloway, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • E. Garner, Grenada; Business; Phi Delta Theta. Second Row: • E. Anne Gatewood, Mt. Sterling; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Nancy L. Gatlin, Myrtle; Liberal Arts. • Joe Thomas Gay, Falkner; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Ellyn Lu Getchell, University; Liberal Arts. • Linda Gibson, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. Row: • Ronald James Gilbert, Jackson; Pharmacy; • Lady Melinda Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. • Gail Gillespie, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Alan Barry Goldstein, R.I.; Liberal Arts. • Robert Tiffany Gordon, Jr., Florence; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Geri Clark Graeber, Marks; Business; Chi Omega. • Laurie Louise Graham, Bolton; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Lillian Dianne Graham, Centreville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • John A. Grant, Jr., Poplarville; Liberal Arts. • William Fredrick Grant, Plantersville; Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: • Bruce J. Gray, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • David Blackwell Gray, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Thomas Arnold Greene, Paden; Business. • Stephen Murdock Greenhaw, Wheeler; Phi Kappa Psi. • Susan Olivia Griffin, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • James E. Griffith, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • F. Anita Grimes, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • James Neal Grissom, Russellville, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Anne Dodds San Antonio; Busi ness. • Donald C. Guild, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Dale Owen Gunkel, Hardin, Ky.; Pharmacy. • William Lester Guy, Jackson, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Terry Michael Haimes, Sturgis; Business. • William M. Halfacre, Webb; Liberal Arts. • Donna Sherilyn Hall, New Albany; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Laura Ann Hall, New Albany; Education; Kappa Delta. • Linda Sue Hall, University; Education. • Jimmy Lynn Hamilton, Houston; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Marcia Anne Hamm, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Elinor Lynn Haney, Greenville; Alpha Omicron Pi. Ninth Row: • James Larry Hannon, Raymond; Liberal Arts. • Bruce James Hanson, Caledonia, Virginia; Liberal Arts. • Deborah Lea Harkey, Poplarville; Education. • Judith K. Harper, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carolyn Ann Harris, Amory; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. First Row: • Craig Millar Harris, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Hugh Howell Harris, Jr., West Point; Pharmacy. • Michael G. Harrison, Heidelberg; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • James Douglas Hart, Picayune; Liberal Arts. • Jerold Keith Hartwell, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • William F. Hayes, Whitefish Bay; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert Matlock Hearin, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Willard Wade Hearn, Tiptonville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Henry Hap Hederman, Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Curtis David Hegwood, Raleigh; Pharmacy. Third Row: • Robert E. Hendrix, Jr., Hattiesburg; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • Karen S. Henry, Darling; Liberal Arts; Delta. • Charles Fred Herbold, HI, Baltimore, Md.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Melody B. Herring, Meadville; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • A. Herring, III, University; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Charles R. Herron, III, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Willa 0. Herron, Batesville; Education. • George Alois Hertl, Flushing N.; Education; Sigma Pi. • Warren A. Hiatt, Jr., Magnolia; liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Leon Milton Hicks, West Point; Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: • Shelah Paulette Hicks, Gulfport; Education. • James Howard Higgason, Booneville; Engineering. • Charlcs E. Hill, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Ronald Harris Hill, Lower Burrell; Engineering. • Ann Elizabeth Hines, Ashland; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. Sixth Row: • Varner Reid Hines, Yazoo City; Education; Delia Delta Delta. • James Leslie Hobgood, Marion; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Nancy Eva Hogarth, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Elba Jane Hogue, Scott; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Teresa Carol Hogue, Carthage; Business. Seventh Row: • George R. Holland„ Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • Kathryn E. Holland, Tyronza, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • Christopher Allen Holley, Memphis, Tenn; Liberal Arts. • Virginia Sue Holley, Pontotoc; Education. • Sally K. Hollomon, Batesville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: • Beverly Jean Hooker, Thaxton; Education. • Oliver A. Hord, Jr., Hattiesburg; Business. • Cynthia June Horn, Lucedale; Liberal Arts. • Patricia A. Horne, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • Jerry Smith Horton, Batesville; Education. Ninth Row: • Patricia Jan Horton, Batesville; Education. • Bradford W. Hovious, University; Liberal Arts; Nu. • Georgianne Howell, Aberdeen; Education. • Gloria Dale Hudson, Indianola; Pharmacy. • Cleveland P. Huggins, III, Biloxi; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • Byron William Hughes, Merigold; Liberal Arts. • Susan Claire Hughes, Meridian; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Nichols Maurice Humber, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • Robert A. Hunt, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Catherine Emily Hurt, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: • Donald P. Hutchinson, Laurel; Engineering Phi Kappa Psi. • Sandra Kaye Idom, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Catherine Davis Ingram, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Newell Edward Inman, Marks; Liberal Arts. • Peggy Sue Jacks, Vicksburg; Education. Third Row: • Kenneth Roy Jackson, Levitown, Pa.; Liberal Arts; Pi. • Richard D. Jacobs, III, Milwaukee, Wis.; Liberal Arts. • Edward Thomas James, Jr., Natchez; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Newton Ward James, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Eugene R. Jennings, Kosciusko; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fourth Row: • Louis M. Jennings, Henning, Tenn.; Education. • Linda K. Jetton, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Cheryl Dawn Johnson, Valley Park; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Corinne V. Johnson, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Daudet Brent Johnston, Covington, Tenn.; Education; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: • Carol Gay Jones, Jackson; Business; Delta Gamma. • Colbert W. Jones, Macon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Elizabeth Ann Jones, Jack son; Liberal Arts. • Joyce Oneil Jones, Jackson; Business. • Linda Kaye Jones, Mobile, Ala.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. Sixth Row: • Robin Rucker Jones, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Thad M. Jones, Jr., Vicksburg; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard C. Keady, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Priscilla Jean Keck, Benton; Liberal Arts. • Ginny Lee Keen, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Charlotte Ann Keeton, Morton; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. • Kelley, Madisonville, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Clyde Douglas Kelso, HI, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • George Frederick Kemp, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • Herman 0. Kemp, Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Robena Louise Kendrick, Water Valley; Business; Delta Gamma. • Martin Edward Kennedy, Silver City; Engineering. • Katherine Allison Kerr, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Kay Michelle Khayat, Moss Point; Education; Kappa Delta. • William E. Kibe, Columbus; Education. Ninth Row: Ninth Row: • Jean R. Kilpatrick, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Donnie Wade King, Poplarville; Liberal Arts. • Samuel Clyde King, Liberty; Engineering. • Donald Gilbert Kitchens, Corinth; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Donald Gregory Kitchens, Utica; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. First Row: • William Lesley Kitchens, New Albany; Business; Sigma Nu. • Barbara Ann Knight, Oxford; Education. • Sandra Vermeil Knight, Greenwood; Business; Delta Gamma. • Carl Edwin Kuester, Park Forrest; Education; Sigma Pi. • Percy Carrol Kyle, Pontotoc; Education. Second Row: • Patricia E. Laberge, Laurel; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Van Lemuel Lackey, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Jack Brooks Lacy, Jr., University; Liberal Arts. • Lois B. Lafollette, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Mark Lamberth, Corinth; Pharmacy. Third Row: • Alicia McBee Landrum, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ruth Diane Lane, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Langmesser, Chicago, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Allen Dean Lantz, University; Engineering. • Margaret Ellen Lape, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: • Wayne B. Larne, Jr., Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Daniel J. Lasky, Calgary, Alberta; Business. • Linda C. Lassetter, Hazlehurst; Business; Phi Mu. • Ellis H. Latimer, III, Okolona; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • William L. Lavallee, Columbia, Ala.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. Fifth Row: • Richard J. Lavalley, Millburn N.; Education. • David Nelson Layland, Blue Island; Business. • Robert Charles Lea, Belzoni; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Barbara Lane Ledbetter, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Judith Ann Lee, City; Education. Sixth Row: • Mary Virginia Lee, Jackson; Education. • Barbara Elaine Leggett, Oxford; Engineering. • Carol Kay Lemons, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • Mary Mack Leonard, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Robert F. Lester, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Kathryn Ann Leutwiler, Lake Forest; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Terry J. Lever, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Alice Deann Lewis, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • John Russell Lewis, Amory; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • George Alden Limbocker, Jr., St. Petersburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Eighth Row: • James Mickey Linder, Corinth; Education. • Henry Douglas Lindsay, III, Newport News; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Elvie Gailord Loden, Dorsey; Business. • Angela Lord, Andalusia, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Lowell Grant Lott, Seminary; Ninth Row: • Paul C. C. Lou, Clarksdale Pharmacy. • Marcus Love, III, Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Robert Lloyd Lovelace, Long Beach; Liberal Arts. • Cornelius F. Lovelady, University; Education. • Carolyn Zoe Lowery, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. First Row: • Robert Sanders Lowery, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Karen Luebke, Aberdeen; Education. • Jonna Lorraine Lupoli, Coral Gables; Education. • David M. Lurie, Havelock, N. C.; Business. • Richard D. McAlister, Tupelo; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: • Michael Jordan McAlpin, Booneville; Business. • Thomas Leon McAnally, Corinth; Business. • William Wallace McBride, Business. • Susan Rebecca McBroom, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • Rosalyn Annette McCarver, Ecru; Business. Third Row: • Mary Frances McCosker, McComb; Education. • James Eckford McFarlane, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Thomas Alan Ft. Pierce; Liberal Arts. • Floyd McGehee, Batesville; • Bennie Dan McGrew, Seminary; Pharmacy. Fourth Row: • Rolf Wesley McHenry, Oxford; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jack Cooper McIntyre, Jr., Jackson; Business; Sigma Nu. • Nathan Whitehead McKie, Pickens; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Janet Elise McLaurin, Greenwood; Education; Phi Mu. • Rayburn Wayne McLeod, Lucedale; Education. Fifth Row: • Michael Lee McMahan, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Kai J. Oxford; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John Richard Macy, Laurel; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Dwight Uriel Maddox, Lama; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Jean Maffett, Pontotoc; Education. Sixth Row: • Judy Pat Magee, Tylertown; Liberal Arts. • David James University; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jesseyn Roberta. Mann, Osceola, Ark.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary Blanche Mann, Brownsville, Tenn.; Education; Chi Omega. • Roy Davis Manning, Jr., Jackson; Engineering. Seventh Row: • Ethie Willette Mansell, Camden; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Frank P. Marascalco, Grenada; Liberal Arts. • Joan L. Martin, Florence; Liberal Arts. • William John Martin, Jr., Sunflower; Pharmacy. • Melissa Massengill, Brookhaven; Business; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: • Kathryn Ann Mathis, Wheeler; Education. • Janice A. Mauldin, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Carolyn C. Maxwell, Drew; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Arthur Paul Meacham, Education. • Robert E. Metzger, Meridian; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Ivan Ernest Miles, Jr., Starkville; Liberal Arts. • John Henry Miles, Nashville, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Chi. • Bonnie E. Miller, Mize; Pharmacy. • Emma Roselle Miller, Natchez; Pharmacy. • Larry Gene Miller, Heidelberg; Pharmacy. First Row: • Nancy Lynn Shaw, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Marilyn L. Mills, Batesville; Business. • Martha Anne Milstead, Okolona; • Donna Beth Mitchell, University; Education. • Geri Anne Mitchell, Water Valley; Education. Second Row: • Andy Lee Mize, Tupelo; Business. • Frank Reily Mo1pus, Ky.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Herbert W. Montgomery, Ecru; Education. • James Anthony Montgomery, St. Petersburg; Liberal Arts. • Larry Kent Montgomery, Pontotoc; Engineering. Third Row: • Ronald Leon Moody, Olive Branch; Business; Sigma Pi. • Carol Ann Moore, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • James Grafton Moore, Jr., West Memphis; Education. • James West Moore, Crowder; Business. • Jo Ann Moore, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. Fourth Row: • John B. Moore, Jr., Belmont; Education. • Marinell Moore, Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Nancy Ophelia Moore, McComb; Education; Chi Omega. • Royal Denton Morehead, Marks; • Kenneth Loy Morris, Kosciusko; Pharmacy. Fifth Row: • Cynthia G. Morrison, Atlanta, Georgia; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Sherry E. Mosley, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Mary Katherine Moss, Grenada; Pharmacy. • Kathleen M. Mulcahy, Indianapolis, Ind.; Education. • Peter M. Mullikin, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Henry Hamilton Munn, Jr., Decatur; Engineering. • Kenneth M. Murphree, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Sigma CM. • Allen Lee Murphy, Eupora; Pharmacy. • Ronald Arthur Myers, McComb; Engineering. • Charles V. Nealy, Jr., Picayune; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Nelson Frank Nemec, Chardon, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • John Beard Neville, McComb; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert Justin Lorton, Va.; Education. • Margaret L. Newton, Amory; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Travers Nichols, Dexter, Mo.; Business. Eighth Row: • Judith Elaine Nickel, Clearwater, Fla.; Business. • Delphine E. Noble, Natchez; Education. • Richard Green Noble, Fayette; Kappa Alpha. • Harold C. Noll, Jr., Mississippi City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Roger A. Norman, Jr., New Albany; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. Ninth Row: • George W. Null, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jerry W. O ' Daniel, Arkabutla; Liberal Arts. • Millicent O ' Drago, Livonia, Mich.; Liberal Arts. • S. Lindsay Oliver, Baton Rouge; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William Ellis O ' Mara, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • Ellen O ' Neal, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. • Germaine Suzanne Orander, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Charles Lewis Overby, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Kenneth S. Pace, Jr., Jackson; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Virginia Ann Palmer, Holly Grove; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Josephine S. Pang, Marks; Education. • Louis Wiley Parchman, Clarksdale; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Kathleen McGlaun Pardue, Batesville; Education. • Paul Merrel Parish, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. • John Oglesby Park, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Cynthia Kaye Parker, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Jane Elizabeth Parker, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. • Martin G. Paschall, Bradford, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • John Pash, Youngstown, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Jefferson Wardlaw Paslay, Yuma; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Patricia Ann Paul, York, Pa.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • john H. Paulsen, Chicago, Ill; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Lonnie Wilson Pearson, Jackson; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • Sandra Elaine Perry, New Albany; Education. • Claire Ann Phelps, Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. Filth Row: • Sylvia Joanne Phifer, Iuka; Education. • Frances A. Phillips, Prairie Point; Liberal Arts. • Patricia Rae Pickard, Sioux Falls; Education. • Jimmy Lee Pierce, Marks; Business. • Armstrong Hart Pillow, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: • Sharon Lee Pipkin, Tupelo; Education; Kappa Delta. • Joan Carolyn Polk, Algoma; Education. • Jeannie Ruth Pollan, Education. • William R. Pool, Meridian; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Saundra Ellen Pounds, Booneville; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: • Amanda B. Povall, Lexington; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Joseph Gorman Powell, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Harris F. Powers, Jr., Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • John R. Powers, Jr., Baton Rouge; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Ann Stennett Prather, Booneville; Education. Eighth Row: • Patricia Alice Puckett, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Merry Elizabeth Purvis, Oxford; Business. • Wayne Brown Rammell, Hampton, Va.; Engineering. • Dennis E. Ramsey, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • Pauline Ramsey, Water Valley; Education. Ninth Row: • • William Allan Ramsey, Lexington; Business; Phi Kappa Alpha. • Kathryn Nan Randall, Gloster; Liberal Arts. • Richard Vance Randall, Meridian; Business. • John C. Ray, Water Valley; Business. • Paul Aubry Ray, West Point; Business. First Row: • David Allen Raymond, Charlotte, N.C. Liberal Arts. • Susan Ann Reed, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Zeb F. Reeves, III, McComb; Engineering; Sigma Nu. • Robert Allen Rhodes, Blue Mountain; Business. • Chester Ware Richards, Lake; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Minnie K. Richardson, Amite, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William K. Richardson, Omaha, Neb.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Sandra Lou Riemann, Gulfport; Education; Chi Omega. • Jane Allen Riggs, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sarah Sue Ritchey, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. Third Row: • H. Camille Robbins, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Alice Jean Roberson, Batesville; Education. • Linda Sue Roberts, Nettleton; Education. • Herman A. Rogers, Somerville, Tenn.; Engineering. • William A. Roper, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • Kenneth H. Rose, Holly Springs; Education. • Barbara S. Ross, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Betty Gail Roten, Ripley; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Dennis Alan Roussel, Ft. Wayne; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Linda Carol Rucker, Kilmichael; Pharmacy. Fifth Row: • Don Lowery Rushing, Petal; Liberal Arts. • Jane Russell, Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert E. Russell, Carthage; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • Richard Henry Glen Rock; Business. • Victoria Theresa Salloum, Gulfport; Education. Sixth Row: • Ronald Larry Samuels, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Nu. • Charles George Sanders, Balboa Canal; Business. • Henry E. Sanders, Hernando; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Harry L. Sauce, III, Annandale; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • William Jafon Saxon, Natchez; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Mary Fred Schloemer, Natchez; Business. • Joseph J. Schmelzer, HT, Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Bonnie J. Schoenknecht, Joliet, El.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Charlotte R. Schulze, Ripley, Tenn.; Education. • John P. Scruggs, Greenwood; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Clant M. Seay, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth Barrow Senter, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Jaime R. Sequeira, Granada, Nicaragua; Business. • Robert B. Seymour, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Susan Mann Sharpe, Brownesville, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ninth Row: • Katherine L. Shaw, Homer, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Betty Ann Sheffield, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • Bonnie Jean Shelton, Tchula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ann Ellen Shook, Charleston; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • John H. Shows, Ovett; Liberal Arts. First Row: • W. Albert Simmons, Jackson; Business; Sigma Nu. • William B. Simmons, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Patricia Lynne Simonetti, Marion, Ark.; Education; Phi Mu. • Jan Woods Singleton, Collins; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William H. Sipes, Jr., Jackson, Tenn.; Business. Second Row: • Carolyn Sue Sladde, Gulfport; Education. • Phyllis Caroline Slayden, Holly Springs; Education. • Barbara Lee Sloas, New Madrid; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Amy Jo Smith, McLain; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi.. • Edwin Rodney Smith, University; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Frances Holmes Smith, Batesville; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • James Robert Smith, Pontotoc; Education. • Kenneth Morris Smith, Booneville; Business. • Lester F. Smith, Jackson; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Linda Ann Smith, West Memphis; Education. Fourth Row: • Margaret E. Smith, Meadville; Liberal Arts. • Mary Bonita Smith, McComb; Education. • Mervyn P. Smith, Jr., Picayune; Education. • Winnifred Smith, Meadville; Liberal Arts. • Brenda C. Snare, Greenwood; Education; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: • Michael John Sokas, Chicago, Ill.; Liberal Arts. • Sandra Shook South, Golden; Liberal Arts. • Katie Dee Speakes, Benoitt; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Jimmy Randolph Spears, Ellisville; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • Arlin Curtis Spence, Abbeville; Business. Sixth Row: • Clara Eoia Spencer, Fulton; Business. • Cowles Montague Spencer, Newport News; Liberal Arts. • Richard Lee Spinner, Columbus; Liberal Arts. • Eva Nell Spinosa, Tutwiler; Education. • James B. Spraberry, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Edwin Dean Stacy, Booneville; Business. • James Ronald Staten, Charleston; Liberal Arts. • Howard William Steadman, Inman, S.C.; Education. • Raymond Wallace Steele, Water Valley; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • Garry Lee Stepp, Thaxton; Education. Eighth Row: • Nora Terry Stevens, Shreveport; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • James Mack Stewart, Poplarville; Business. • Mariette E. Stewart, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Martha Tate Stokely, Drew; Liberal Arts. • Theresa Nell Stovall, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Eleanor Sue Stringer, Jackson; Education. • Michael Alan Strojny, Hyattsville, Md.; Business; Delta Psi. • William S. Sullivan, Vicksburg; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • Paul Bickett Summey, II, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts. • Jorja Lee Swaney, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Michael John Talbert, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Huey Glen Talley, Pontotoc; Education. • Elizabeth Jones Tamke, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • George Robert Taylor, Ocean Springs; Pharmacy. • Lynn Alsup Taylor, Clarksdale; Education; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Walter Theodore Taylor, Yazoo City; Pharmacy. • Marilyn Sue Terrell, Prentiss; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Gary Dixon Terry, Greenville; Business. • Gretchen D. Thomas, Glencoe, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sallie S. Thomas, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Catherine D. Thompson, Aberdeen; Education; Phi Mu. • Norma C. Ehompson, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Chi Omega. • Sarah Bodley Thornton, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Lee Tibbens, Barrington, Ill.; Liberal Arts. • David Delano Tootle, Gulfport; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. Fourth Row: • Karen T. Touart, Mobile; Liberal Arts. • Joe Byron Townsend, Jr., Forest; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Ewing B. Traughber, Elkton, Ky.; Engineering. • Catherine Hunt Trebowski, Water Valley; Fifth Row: • Ann Trout, Roanoke, Va.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Edmund A. Tubbs, Ft. Lauderdale; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Fay Montgomery Tullos, Pace; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Julia Stone Turman, Horn Lake; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Ralph Johns Turnbo, Jr., Wesson; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • Marlene E. Turner, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Jesse B. Tutor, Jr., Meridian; Business; Sigma Chi. • Jerry Gale Tyer, New Albany; Business. • Carol Sanders Vail, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Carol Ann Vance, North Carrollton; Education. Seventh Row: • Lewis N. Vance, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Ralph B. Vance, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • John C. Vande- vender, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Vicki S. Vandevender, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Eddie Bolton Vandiver, Tupelo; Business. Eighth Row: • Stephen Wiley Vaught, Coahoma; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Valorie Vest, Greenville; Education; Delta Gamma. • Everett Gunther Vickery, Como; Business. • Michael Cooper Vinson, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Homer Voyadjakis, Athens, Greece; Ninth Row: • Jesse Maurice Waddell, Lambert; Business. • Lan Fong Wai, Shatin Hong; Liberal Arts. • Russell G. Waldrop, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Irvin C. Walker, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts. • William Earl Walker, Bythalia; Liberal Arts, First Row: • Fred Clarence Wallace, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert P. Wallace, Crawfordsville, Ark.; Business. • Caron Jane Waller, Gulfport; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Richard Edwin Waller, Marks; Pharmacy. • Jerry Donald Walton, Dorsey; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Michael Douglas Ward, Jackson; Business. • Billie Joyce Ware, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Jimmy L. Ware, Natchez; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary J. Warren, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • James Edwin Watkins, Jackson; Business; Sigma Chi, Third Row: • Ernest Watson, III, Moss Point; Business. • Pamela Case Watson, Princeton, Ind.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert L. Weathersby, McComb; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • James Wilson Webb, Jr., Oxford; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Peggy Jean Weed, Winona; Education. Fourth Row: • David G. Weir, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Saxton Angevine Weir, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Paul Henry Weiskopf, Columbia; Business. • Harville E. Weller, Jr., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Trammell Pillow Wells, Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: • Judith Lynne West, Waynesboro; Pharmacy; Chi Omega. • Michael Shannon West, Pensacola, Fla.; Business; Delta Psi. • Leslie M. Westbrook, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • Thomas W. Whartenby, Jr., Towson, Md.; Business. • Barbara Walther Wheeler, Houston, Texas; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Coy Tyson Whitaker, Jr., Saltillo; Engineering. • Allen Boyd White, Marks; Business; Charles T. White, Water Valley; Business. • James Albert White, Oxford; Education; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • John Edwin White, Jr., Pinola; Pharmacy. Seventh Row: • Gary C. Whitener, Fredericktown, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Bettye B. Whitten, Nesbit; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Brenda Atkinson Wiggs, Crowder; Education. • Janie Sue Willard, New Albany; Education. • Edwin Russell Williams, McComb; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. Eighth Row: • Leslie Wemyss Williams, Greenville; Education. • Sandra Williams, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Evelyn R. Williford, Green wood; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Franklin Delano Willis, Business. • Kenneth C. Willis, Bruce; Business. Ninth Rote: • Geraldine Eliz Wilson, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • John W. Wong, Greenville; Pharmacy. • Barbara Joan Woodbury, Pensacola, Fla.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Emily Rowley Woodside, Greenwood; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Roy Houston Woody, III, Vicksburg; Business . Tenth Row: • Margaret Carol Work, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Gale Joan Wuestefeld, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Kathryn E. Yandell, Canton; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Robert J. Young, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Emile A. Zoghby, Mobile, Ala.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. First Row: • Jackson H. Ables, III, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Robert M. Abraham, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Jeffery Adair, Austell, Ga.; Liberal Arts. • Cathleen Susann Adams, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • James Ferris Adams, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Second Row: • Ke ith Selwyn Agent, Meridian; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • Patrick Louis Albano, Crystal City; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Dennis Carl Aldridge, Olive Branch! Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Terrel Lee Algood, Louisville; Pharmacy; Beta Theta Pi. • Nora Anne Allen, Belmont; Education; Pi Beta Phi. Third Row: • Sylvia Ann Allen, Magee; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Thomas Wilsford Allen, Lula; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • John Samuel. Allison, Olive Branch; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Terre Elizabeth. Allred, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. • Steven Dennis Ammann, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Charlton R. Anderson, Jackson; Business; Sigma Chi. • John G. Anderson, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • Lee Anderson, II, D.C.; Business. • Virginia Louise Anderson, University; Liberal Arts. • Julie Dawn Anderton, Cowan, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: • Robert Ross Andrews, Natchez; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Donald A. Anthony, Humbolt, Tenn., Liberal Arts. • Ethel Erwin Archer, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Mavis Ann Ard, Oxford; Business. • James Raphael Arnett, Oxford ; Engineering; Delta Psi. Sixth Row: • Warren Russell. Asher, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Eliza Ann Atkinson, Pickens; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Doris Ann Avery, Independence; Liberal. Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Patricia Sue Axelrod, Water Valley; Business; Phi Mu. • Pamela Evelyn Bailey, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. Seventh Row: • Phillip Jason Bailey, Clearwater, Fla.; Business. • Jimmy E. Baker, Ft. Pierce; Business. • Linda Dorothy Baker, Pascagoula; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Helen Ann Ball, Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Michael Ray Barber, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Caroline Eliza Barbour, Yazoo City; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Van Thomas Ba rfoot, Jr., Ft. Richardson; Liberal Arts. • Woodrow Wilson Barham, Jr., Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Billie Joy Barhanovich, Biloxi; Education; Zeta Tau. Alpha. • Bryan Barksdale, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Hazel Ann. Barnes, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • Reginald Eugene Memphis; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Carol Jean Barnette, Slate Springs; Education. • Helen Kathy Barrett, Pharmacy. • James Douglass Barton, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Michael C. Bass, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Ann Elizabeth Batson, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • James L. Baylen, University; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Thomas Howard Bearden, Jackson; Business. • David William Beckwith, Greenville; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Nancye Kathryn Bell, Maysville, N.C.; Liberal Arts. • Bruce James Bellande, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Bonnie Louise Bennett, Oxford; Business. • John Edward Bennett, Savannah, Ga.; Engineering; Sigma Pi. • Linda Jean Be nnett, Bruce; Third Row: • Robert John Berg, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Connie Sue Berry, Columbia, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Eugene Sexton Berry, New Hebron; Business. • James Lampton Berry, Jr., Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Edwin Moore Best, Drew; Engineering. Fourth. Row: • Arlen Kirk Biddle, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Laura Cheryl Bishop, Crystal Springs; Education; Kappa Delta. • Harry Lamar Black, Clarksdale; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Henry H. Black, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • F. Matthew Blaine, St. Louis; Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: • Evelyn Cecelia Block, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Jim Crighton Blough, Natchez; Liberal. Arts; Sigma Chi. • Joseph Lamar Blount, Decatur; Liberal Arts. • Penny Ann Blue, Clifton, Texas; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Phyllis Faithe Boatner, Jackson; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixth Row: • Sandra Jean Boatright, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Beverly Anthony Bolton, Millington, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Walter T. Bolton, Biloxi; Business. • Frank C. Boone, Jr., Meridian; Pharmacy. • William Elliott Boone, Holly Springs; Business. Seventh Row: • Larry Thomas oozer, Amory; Pharmacy. • Mary Diane Borthwick, Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. • John Edward Botto, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Rebekah Toland Bourn, Mendenhall; Education. • James B. Bowen, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: • David A. Box, Houlka; Engineering. • Judy Elizabeth Boyd, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Ch i Omega. • John Herbert Boydstun, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Gayle Dana Brackett, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Timothy Ford Bracy, Portland, Oregon; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Mary Emily Braddock, West Point; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Anne Patton Bradley, Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Patricia Anne Bradley, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Michael James Brent, Poplar Bluff; Business. • Norma Lee Brigham, Columbus; Education; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Isabella Nan Britton, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Judith Dianne Broom, Columbia; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Mae Elizabeth Brown, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Van Brown, Houston, Texas; Business. • Mary Carolyn Bruno, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • D. Marie Bryant, Okolona; Education. • Paul Andrew Buchanan, Birmingham, Ala.; Business. • Donna Lee Buford, Fayette; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Gayle D. Bullard, Pittsboro; Liberal Arts. • Janice Bullard, Oxford; Education. Third Row: • James Lee Burgess, Jr., Oxford; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Richard Brian Burnette, Clarksdale; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Susan Jane Burson, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Pamela Brevard Caldwell, Marks; Business; Kappa Delta. • Ione Teackle W. Calhoon, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Fourth Row: • Thomas L. Callicutt, Jr.. Tutwiler; Liberal Arts. • Joseph Ed Canizaro, Jr., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Glenn Dale Cannon, Gulfport; Education; Sigma Nu. • Patricia Ann Canty, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Edgar Lee Caples, Engineering. Fifth Row: • Ronald Estes Cardwell, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Ira W. Carpenter, Jr., Biloxi; Business; Beta Theta Pi. Sammy Jacob Carroll, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Robbie Carter, Myrtle; Business. • Terry Alan Carter, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • William A. Carter, Shannon; Liberal Arts. • Ronald C. Cashin, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; Business. • Jefferson P. Chadwick, Walnut Grove; Engineering. • William Michael Chaffin, Caruthersville, Mo.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Louis R. Chamblee, Raymond; Education. Seventh Row: • Lester Manly Chancellor, Macon; Business; Sigma Chi. • Cynthia Louise Chapman, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Ramona S. Chenault, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Van Joseph Cheramie, Cut Off; Education; Phi Kappa Theta. • Mimi Elizabeth Chilcutt, Kosciusko; Education; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Charlene Frances Chiles, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Elsie C. Chisholm, Lambert; Education. • Sallye Laye Chow, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • Hellon Gail Christopher, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Clifton B. Chunn, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • James Wright Clancy, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Jo Clark, Drew; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Wanda Dawn Clark, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • John Carey Clarke, W. Palm; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Charles Randall Cloud, Clinton; Business; Sigma Nu. First Row: • Karen Ruth Cloutman, Nederland, Texas; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Evelyn Louise Coates, Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • John Stephen Cockerham, Gunnison; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jerald Davis Cockrell, Jackson; Education. • Susan Beattie Cockrell, Macon; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Frederick Rea Coggin, Corinth; Business; Sigma Nu. • Gail Jean Coleman, Jackson; Education. • Michael Wallace Coleman, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Don Kelly Collins, Ventura, Calif.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • William Patrick Condon, Greenville, Pharmacy. Third Row: • Carol. Diane Conner, Oxford, England; Education. • John Joseph Cook, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Thomas Archie Cook, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • E Suzanne Corretti, Birmingham, Ala.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Gary Ray Cowand, W. Business. Fourth Row: • Sarah Gaye Craig, Terre Haute; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • George Terrace Crawford, Ocala, Fla.; Business. • Jo Candace Croft, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Barbara K. Crosby, Forest; Education. • Carla Cecilia Cross, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. Filth Row: • James M. Crumpton, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • James William Crutcher, Cleveland; Liberal Arts. • Nelson Redic Cruthirds, Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Ferman Dan Cumberland, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts. • James Emmitt Cunningham, Tchula; Business; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: • James M. Currie, Pass Christian; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • James Dutch Dabbs, Quitman; Business. • Frances Louise Darden, Oxford; Pharmacy. • William D. Davenport, Jr., Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James Christopher David, Clearwater, Fla.; Business. Seventh Row: • •Elizabeth Ann Davis, Kinston, N.C.; Education. • John Floyd Davis, Union; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Karen Davis, Austin, Texas; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Martha Elizabeth Davis, Malden, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Martha Louise Davis, Oxford; Education. Eighth Ro w: • Sallie Rinehart Davis, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • James Walter Dawes, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • William R. Deberry, Bolivar, Tenn.; Engineering. • Linda Sue Deener, Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Don Alfred Dees, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • James Gordon Dees, Jr., Jackson; Engineering. • Dorothy Linda Deloteus, Bowling Green; Liberal Arts. • Earl Lamar Denham, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James Hamilton Denley, Coffeeville; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Carroll Kim Dilworth, Jr., Hernando; Business. First Row: • Bruce Hubert Dixon, Carthage; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jerry Alan Doolittle, Brookhaven; Business. • Martha Doran, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Daniel Richard Dorsey, Dalton, Ga.; Education. • Patricia M. Dougherty, Ocean Springs; Education. Second Row: • Michael Thomas Douglas, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Nu. • Ronald Giles Dozier, Rock Hill; Education. • Clara Frances Drake, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Billie Barnette Dribben, Greenwood; Education. • Jerry Harold Drott, Charleston; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Eric Thompson Duncan, West Memphis; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Eugenia Dianne Duncan, Amory; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Nancy Jeanne Dunn, Atlanta, Ga.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Susan Gilda Edmondson, Vardaman; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Sandra Kay Edrington, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • James R. Edwards, Jr. Byhalia; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Wanda Jean Edwards, Jr., Education; Kappa Delta. • Joseph Claude Elliott, Clearwater, Fla.; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Lewis Sherwood Elliott, Lawrenceburg, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Walter Mac Elliott, Laurel; Business. Filth Row: • Michael Edward Ellis, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Edward Ray Estes, Decatur, Ill.; Business. • Mary Alice Eubanks, Ruleville; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth Love Fair, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Helen Elizabeth Fant, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: • Charles Bradshaw Farber, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Bruce Carver Farnsworth, Los Angeles; Business. • Leslie Kathleen Farr, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Glenn Evan Farrar, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • George Thomas Farris, Clarksdale; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Linda Farrish, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Kenneth Wayne Faulkner, University; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Gertrude Betty Ferguson, Corsicana, Texas; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Susan Lamb Ferguson, Coldwater; Liberal Arts. • Rita Gay Ferrell, Jones, La.; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Margaret McKay Ferris, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Delta. • Joe Clark Files, Ackerman; Liberal Arts. • Lorabeth Fisher, Lapel, Ind.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Katharine Broadwell Flagg, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Janiece Flanagan, Leland ; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Fred Rusher Flinn, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Nu. • James L. Flippin, Coldwater; Engineering. • Carol Beth Flournoy, Newport News; Liberal Arts. • Mohammad Fokeladeh, Syria; Engineering. • Mary Diane Fontenot, Hollandale; Liberal Arts. First Row: • James David Ford, Kennett, Mo.; Education; Beta Theta Pi. • Richard Lamar Forman, Meadville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • William Charles Forrest, Fairhope, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Robert Frederick Fortier, Ripley; Business; Sigma Nu. • Ralph Davis Foster, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Bettye R. Fountain, McComb; Liberal Arts. • Kenneth B. Fowler, III, Kosciusko; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Claude Leroy Fox, Laurel; Business. • Rita Lynn Fraiser, Jackson; Education. • Robert Lyle France, Forrest City; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Barbara Ellen Frank, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Bessie Virginia Franklin, Montuerde, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Brenda Margaret Frazier, Jackson; Education. • Patrick Thomas Freel, Cincinnati, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Dale Perkins Freiler, .Amite, La.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: • Chryl. Rose French, Water Valley; Education. • John Larry French, Long Beach; Business. • Esther Rose Frishman, Natchez; Education. • Neva Jean Frost, W. Memphis; Education. • Nancy Helen Frye, Magnolia; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: • Helen Robinson Fulcher, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Judith Jeanne Galloway, Gulfport; Education; Delta Gamma. • Keith Blair Garland, Roanoke, Va.; Business; Sigma Pi. • John Clarence Garner, Newhebron; Liberal Arts. • William P. Garth, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: • William Carroll Gartin, Jr., Laurel; Business; Alpha Epsilon. • Allen Woods Gary, Mendenhall; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • Leonard B. Gatewood, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Cecelia Anne Gautier, Vicksburg; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carolynn E. Gay, Gulfport; Education; Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: • Kenneth Gentry, Baldwyn; Pharmacy. • Hershell Owen George, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Ronald B. Giadrosich, Pass Christian; Business. • William J. Gibson, Jr ., Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Alma Claire Gillis, Mendenhall; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Eighth Row: • Edwin Gregory Gilluly, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Roberta Jane Gilly, Biloxi; Business. • Mary Jane Gitter, Omaha, Neb.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • James Lee Gladney, Columbus; • Nelda Lynn Gober, Oxford; Education. Ninth Row: • Gayle Lovette Golden, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Sandra Goldman, Meridian; Education. • Susan Gayle Gordon, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Gay Gottshall, Hobbs New; • Lawrence Cary Graeber, Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First Row: • Lillian Smith Graham, Bolton; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Richard Newell Graham, Union City; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Ruth Elizabeth Gramling, Merigold; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Charles R. Grantham, Grenada; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Kitty Hay Gravely, Martinsville, Va.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. Second Row: • William Russell Greene, Brookhaven; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Michael Duke Greenich, Lindenhurst New; Business. • Betty J. Greer, Hickory Flat; Education. • Patricia Ann Greer, New Albany; Education. • Ellen Jane Gregory, New Albany; Delta Gamma. Third Row: • Joseph Pat Griffin, Bay St.; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Carl H. Grissom, Russellville, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Patricia Louise Guest, Pass Christian; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Lawrence Cary Gunn, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • John Richard Guyton, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Michael Hardin Guyton, Bluemountain; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Donald Street Hall, Jr., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Henderson S. Hall, Jr., Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Holly Augusta Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Larry McDonald Hall, Prentiss; Liberal Arts. Fifth Rots: • Linda Lee Hamilton, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • William Barry Hamilton, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Martha Clyde Haney, Oxford; Business; Chi Omega. • Patricia Jane Hanks, Hardin, Ill.; Liberal Arts. • George Bradley Hantla, Litchfield, Ill.; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Sally Diane Hardaway, Oxford; Business; Phi Mu. • Robert Cecil Hardison, Kosciusko; Business; Sigma Chi. • Michael Scott Harper, Jackson; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Virginia Trotter Harper, Laurel; Education; Delta Gamma. • Brooks fared Harral, Jr., Moorestown, N.Y.; Business. Seventh Row: • Kenneth Dale Harrelson, Houston; Pharmacy. • Catherine Brigid Harris, Yazoo City; Education; Kappa Delta. • Jerry Michael Harris, Camden, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Stephen Alan Harris, Providence, R.I.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Donald M. Harrison, Jr., Coral Gables; Business. Eighth Row: • Hugh Miller Hartzog, Meridian; Business. • John Elliot Harvey, Water Valley; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • Mary Jane Harvey, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Brock Alan Hattox, Ecru; Engineering. • Harold Wayne Hawkins, Meridian; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Ronald Stephen Hayles, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert Crooks Hazelrigg, Winchester, K.y.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • James Dewey Henderson, Bridgeton, Mo.; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • Samuel Victor Henry, Pontotoc; Business. • John Pittman Henson, Itta Bena; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First Row: • David Jed Herring, Mendenhall; Business. • Paul Vernon Hester, West Point; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • William E. Hes ter, Business; Sigma Chi. • Carole Ann Higgins, West Point; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Samuel Windham Hilbun, Laurel; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Nancy Clara Hill, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Steve Hamilton Hindman, Newton; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Judy Bryan Hobby, Raleigh, N.C.; Education. • Pamela Haynes Hodgson, Yazoo City; Education; Kappa Delta. • Ralph Williams Hoffman, Melrose Park; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Alex Ames Hogan, Jr., Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Robert David Hogue, Walnut Grove; Pharmacy. • Frank Joseph Hollister, Wethersfield; Liberal Arts. • Clara Louise Holloway, Randolph; Education. • Linda Ann Holmes, Terry; Pharmacy. Row: • Dilliam Wyche Hooker, Lexington; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Janet Hoover, Olive Branch; Education; Kappa Delta. • Carolyn Lee Horrell, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Allen Lee Hovious, University; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Ronald Mack Howard, Jackson; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. Fifth Row: • Carson McLain Hughes, Charleston; Business; Sigma Nu. • Cynthia Jane Hughes, Mission, Kansas; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • John H. Hunsicker, Jr., Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • Richard T. Hutchinson, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Robert Willis Hyde, Jackson; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: • Thomas Sandifer Ingels, Jackson; Business; Sigma Nu. • Charles Russell Jackson, Kenilworth, ill.; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Ronald Alan Jackson, Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Dorothy Delle Jameson, Germantown, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Julian Tilley Janes, III, McComb; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Joseph Earl Jenkins, Oxford; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Charles F. Johnson, HI, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • John David Johnson, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • Lynne Rice Johnson, Madisonville, Ky.; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • Edmund Covington Johnston, Gainesville, Fla.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • •Bobbye Jones, Weiner, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • Doris Deloras Jones, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Business. • Jane Nash Jones, Kosciusko; Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. • Maury Lynn Jones, Courtland; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Percy Coleman Jones, Prentiss; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Richard Shuell Jones, LaGrange, Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Robert Eugene Jones, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Thomas L. Jones, Jr., Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Dorothy Helen Joor, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Tony Thadeus Jordan, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Jerry Pepper Keenan, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Elwood Keller, Bolivar, Tenn.; Engineering. • Mary Kathleen Kelley, Lake Forest: Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Basil Thompson Kennedy, Waveland; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • Timothy James Kenney, Lakeland, Fla.; Liberal Arts Beta Theta Pi. Second Row: • Anita Kay Keough, Collierville, Tenn.; Education. • Patrick Michael Keptner, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Sandra Kay Kidd, Cedartown, Ga.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ann Roe King, Greenville; Education; Chi Omega. • William Travis King, Oxford; Pharmacy. Third Row: • Ralph Earl Kirkland, Ellisville; Liberal Arts. • Mary Kay Kirkpatrick, Tyler, Texas; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Kaye F. Kisner, Water Valley; Education. • Margaret Ann Kocsis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Thomas Earl Kruse, Melrose Park; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Laura Victoria Kudlacz, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Thomas M. Kwasniewski, Louisville; Business. • Terrena Gale Kyle, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Susan Elizabeth Ladner, Lumberton; Liberal Arts. • Terry Anne Laher, New Albany; Liberal Arts. Filth Row: • Linda L. Lancaster, Greenville; Education. • David Lawrence Landskoy, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • Clyde Jefferson Lang, Jr., Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • James E. Langmesser, Chicago, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Florence Cannon Larson, Friars Point; Edu- cation; Delta Delta Delta. Sixth Row: • Curtis Stephen Lary, Greenwood; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Sarah Eliz Lashbrook, Orlando, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Linda Kay Latham, Hollandale; Education; Phi Mu. • Brenton M. Lavers, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • Joanna Lawshe, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Marilyn Faye Leach, McCool; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dinah Luise Leavitt, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Ruth S. Lee, Indianola; Liberal Arts. • Sarah Randall Lee, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts. • William Allan Lee, Pensacola, Fla.; Business; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: • Donald Mitchell Leggett, Ellisville; Engineering. • Kimble Ray Lehman, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Carol Lynne Lemaster, Ill.; Education; Pi eta Phi. • Charles R. Lemeilleur, Jr., Kerrville, Texas; Education. • Charles Eugene Lewis, Jackson; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Leo Spencer Lewis, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Jane Lewis, Liberty; Business; Delta Gamma. • Marie Lewis, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Martha Lynn Lewis, Houma, La.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert Edwin Lewis, Jr., Meridian; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. First Row: • Frank Peter Liberto, Grenada; Liberal Arts. • Melanie Allen Ligon, Grenada; Education. • Peggy Scott Litton, Greenwood; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Charles D. Llano, Takoma Park; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Lowell Richard Locke, Md.; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Charles W. Longino, Clarksdale; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Billy H. Lott, Jr., Jackson; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Ailsa Laurie Loverde, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • James Howard Lowry, Folsom, La.; Liberal Arts. • Anthony R. Lowstuter, Jr., Arlington, Va.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. Third Row: • Linda Kay Luke, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • Thomas Mitchell Luke, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Hollis Eugene Lunsford, Apo New; Engineering. • Dwight Keith Luter, Tylertown; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Wayne Greene Lynch, Coward, S.C.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. Fourth Row: • Edward Joseph Lyon, Olive Branch; Engineering; Sigma Nu. • Betty B. McAlexander, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Margaret Ellen McCosker, McComb; Pharmacy. • Charlotte Ann McCoy, Knoxville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • David Glenn McCoy, Bolivar, Tenn.; Engineering. Fifth Rote: • Edward Terry McCullar, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Margaret C. McDuffie, Nettleton; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Kathryn McElroy, Tutwiler! Education. • Debora Diane McGee, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Hassell Lynn McGee, Atlanta, Ga.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixth Row: • Fred Allen McGonagill, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • Edward R. McGraw, Louisville; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Riley S. MdIlwain, Jr., Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Ellis W. McInnis, III, Collins; Business; Sigma Chi. • Jamie Carolyn McInnis, Jackson; Education. Seventh Row: • Floyd H. McIntyre, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Virginia Ruth McIntyre, Hazlehurst; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Otto McKay, Jr., Brandon; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Everett Astor McKnight, Jr., Birmingham, Ala.; Business. • Aubrey Buford McMullen, Jr., Sumner; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Eighth Rote: • Charles R. McMurchy, Jr., Fayette; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • John William McNair, Jr., Mount Olive; Liberal Arts. • Peggy Ann McNair, Jackson; Business. • Joseph Leray McNamara, Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Raymond E. Mabus, Jr., Ackerman; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • James C. Mallette, Indianola; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Winford Ann Malone, Oxford; Education; Phi Mu. • Thomas H. Malouf, Jackson; Business. • Charles Geoffrey Mangin, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • A. Katherine Mann, Belmont; Business; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Joseph Ronald Marascalco, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • Walter Wilds Marston, Iron Mountain; Liberal Arts. • James Gilbert Martin, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Leon W. Mashburn, HI, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Lois Carolyn Matson, Columbus; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Byrd P. Mauldin, Jr., Pontotoc; Business. • Olin B. Mauldin, Jr., McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • William Larry Maxey, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Gary Ford Maynard, Abbeville; Liberal Arts. • George Fleming Maynard, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Third Row: • John Hearn Mays, Cincinnati, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Robert C. Meisenheimer, Ft. Walton; Liberal Arts. • Martha Melton, Education; Delta Delta Delta. • John Ruskin Meyer, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Johnnie Micele, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • Mary Melinda Michael, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Delta. • Danny Ray Migues, Biloxi; Business. • Mary Ann Miles, Lumberton; Education; Phi Mu. • David Jay Milleman, Clearwater, Fla.; usiness; Kappa Alpha. • Bonnie Aqualynn Millen, Drew; Education; Pi Beta Phi. Filth Row: • Sarah Ann Milliken, Green ville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Don Michael Milstead, Okolona; Education. • Geoffery C. Mitchell, Glasgow, Ky.; Business; Kappa Alpha. Hugh McGhee Monteith, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Betty B. Moore, Hattiesburg; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Deborah Louise Moore, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Johnny Moore, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Lucile Moore, Houston, Texas; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • McPherson D. Moore, Pine Bluff; Phi Delta Theta. • Paul AL Moore, Jr., Calhoun City; Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row: • Robert Lee Moore, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • John Jordan Morgan, Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Pamela Ruth Morris, Laurel; Liberal. Arts; feta Tau Alpha. • Harvey Lee Morrison, Jr., Okolona; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Jimmy Lee Morrison, Booneville; Education. Eighth Row: • George C. Morrow, Yazoo City; Business. • Mike E. Moses, Jr., Vicksburg; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Joseph A. Moss, Bolivar, Tenn.; Business. Elizabeth Ann Murphy, Coldwater; Delta Delta Delta. • Linda Kay Murrah, West Point; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Ninth Row: • William Milton Myers, Raleigh; Engineering; Delta Psi. • Jeanne Kaye Necaise, Pass Christian; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • Martha Bryant Neilson, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Robert Wade Nelms, Vaiden; Liberal Arts. • Donald James Nester, Laurel; Business. First Row: • James Sidney Netherton, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Lawrence Kenneth Neuwirth, Wilmington, N.C.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Hugh Patrick Newton, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Judith K. Noble, Baton Rouge; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Linda Lee Noll, Mississippi City; Education. Second Row: • Walter V. Northcross, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Betty Lynette Nowlin, West Memphis; Education. • John R. Nunnery, Jr., Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • William K. Oakley, Senatobia; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Jerry Dennis Oakman, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. Third Row: • John Michael O ' Connor, Canal Winchester; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Walter Page Ogden, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • Ernest G. Oliver, Jr., Oxford; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gregory Duncan Oliver, St. Petersburg; Business; Sigma Pi. • Margaret Lynn Olson, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: • Patrick Dale O ' Rourke, St. Louis; Business; Kappa Sigma. • John Edgar Owen, Meridian; Education. • Robert Lea Owen, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jacqueline Kay Palmer, Holly Grove; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Gregory Alan Papenhausen, Haddonfield, N.Y.; Liberal Arts. Filth Row: • Willie Raymond Parish, Forest; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Janis Ellen Parker, Mt. Vernon; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Tina Sue Parker, Fairhope, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • William 0. Parrish, Jr., Laurel; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Billie Jane Patterson, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixth Row: • Gary Wayne Patterson, Rosedale; Business. • Jerry L. Patton, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Mary Elizabeth Paul, Greenville; • Joel G. Payne, Jr., randon; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • Patricia Ann Payne, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Rote: • Edward P. Peacock, III, Cl arksdale; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • David A. Peaks, Somerville, Tenn.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • David Gill Pearce, Madisonville, Ky.; Business; Sigma Chi. • Robert H. Pedersen, Lucedale; Liberal Arts. • Joe Frank Peeler, Jr., Amory; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Eighth Rote: • Charles Robert Pennebaker, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • John R. Pepper, III, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Judith Lee Permenter, Ripley; Education; Delta Gamma. • Alan Walter Perry, Philadelphia; Business; Sigma Chi. • Robert Euel Perry, Jackson; Engineering; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Michael Sink Person, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Christopher E. Persson, White Plains; Liberal Arts. • Portia Anne Petect, Greenwood; Education; Kappa Delta. • Richard L. Peterson, Jr., Greenville; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Rebecca Ann Phay, University; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. First Row: • Gale Veazey Phillips, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Harriet Mabry Phillips, Yazoo City; Education; Phi Mu. • Martha Carolyn Phillips, Park Forest; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Walter Ellis Phillips, Jr., Starkville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Benjamin Joseph Piazza, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts. Se cond Row: • Judy Coralei Pierce, Vicksburg; Education; Delta Gamma. • Robert Gilbert Pigford, Meridian; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Florian Herbert Ploch, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Barbara Joan Pool, Rapid City; Liberal Arts. • Rubin Scott Posey, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. Third Row: • Joseph Ned Potter, Montgomery, Ala.; Engineering. • Cullen Vogel Potts, Corinth; Business. • Mary Selden Powell, Memphis; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Nancy Carolyn Powell, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Virginia Alice Powell, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. Fourth Row: • Lawrence Earl Pratt, Ruleville; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • Connie Laine Price, Somerville, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Delta. • Mellicent L. Prichard, Inverness; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • James Aleck Primos, Jr., Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Martha Louise Prowell, Jonestown; Business; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: • Joseph Tunney Pugh, New Albany; Business. • Jerrill Rowena Pullen, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Charles P. Quarterman, Jackson; Busines s; Delta Psi. • Patricia Anne Quinn, Nashville, Tenn.; Business. • Tims Alford Quinn, Jr., Clinton, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Pauline Quon, Hernando; Liberal Arts. • Phyllis Ann Raiford, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lynette Walker Ratcliff, Osyka; Liberal Arts. • George Hamilton Rather, Jr., Jonestown; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Julienne Grey Ray, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. Seventh Row: • David Carroll Ready, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • John Reddoch, III, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Timothy Hart Reecht, Crystal City; Education; Beta Theta Pi. • Carol Lynn Reeves, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Cathy Addine Reeves, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: • Elizabeth Ann Reno, Hazlehurst; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert Ken Revere, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Anna Catherine Rhoads, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Richard Earl Rhoden, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Wylie Edward Richards, Jr., Jackson; Business; Beta Theta Pi. Ninth Row: • Charles Lamar Richardson, New York; • James Arnold Richardson, Jackson; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • Mary Linda Richardson, Poplar Bluff; Business. • Paula Kay Richardson, Portageville, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Theresa Grey Riddle, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Sheila Ann Riley, Water Valley; Business. • Suzanne Patricia Riley, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Patricia Ann Robertson, Corinth; Education. • Linda Louise Robinson, West Point; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Elizabeth S. Rogers, Terre Haute; Education. Second Row: • Frederick M. Rogers, Jr., Meridian; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jimmie W. Rose, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Joe R. Ross, Jr., Benoit; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Joe Sexton Ross, Silver Creek; Engineering. • Patricia Yvonne Ross, Oxford; Business. Third Row: • Betty Lynn Rowzee, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. • Clara Dean Russell, Yazoo City; Education; Phi Mu. • James Clay Rutledge, Sarasota, Fla.; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • William H. Sadler, III, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Ronald Charles Salerno, Troy, N.Y.; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Philip Carter Salladay, Bethesda, Md.; Business. • C. Lamar Satchfield, Jr., Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Donald Charles Saulpaugh, Silver Springs; Business. • Sherry Deane Scarbrough, Meadville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Michael F. Schlosser, Vicksburg; Business; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Timothy Richard Schock, Hammond, Ind.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Barry David Schwartz, W. Miami; Business. • Eric Campbell Schweitzer, Avondale Estates; Business; Sigma Nu. • Kathleen Dixon Scott, Cincinnati, Ohio; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Janis Lynn Seefeld, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Sixth Row: • Virginia F. Shackleford, LaGrange, Ga.; Liberal Arts. • Jimmy Dale Shaffer, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • John Michael Shanahan, Vicksburg; Business. • Rodney Edward Shands, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • Jo Ann Shaw, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Gregory Bryant Shelton, Poplar Bluff; Education. • Connie C. Shirley, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Robert Meredith Shows, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts. • Alicia Gene Shrader, Mississippi City; Education. • Pamela Jay Schultz, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • Warren Robert Sigman, West Palm; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • Lillian Marie Simon, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Laura Rice Simpson, Shaw; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Sherrill Camden Sinnott, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William Troy Sloan, Jackson; Business. Ninth Row: • Anne Karin Smith, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Barbara Ann Smith, Oxford; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Bennett Edwin Smith, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Gayle R. Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jean Moseley Smith, Greenfield, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. First Row: • Judy Mae Smith, Meadville; Liberal Arts. • Julaine Smith, Rockmart, Ga.; Education; Phi Mu. • Sandra Lee Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Phi Mu. • Stanford Jackson Smythe, Batesville; Business. • Michael G. Soper, Tupelo; Business; Phi Kappa Psi Second Row: • Jackie Neal Spencer, Vardaman; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • Susan Spiceland, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Susan Sprinkel, Lake Alfred; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Joseph N. Staehling, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Dorothy Lynn Stallworth, Pascagoula; Business; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Hugh William Stancill, III, Drew; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Walter Harold Starr, Jr., Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Georgia Ann Stater, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John Philip Steele, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Harry C. Steelman, III, New Castle; Engineering; Sigma Pi. Fourth Row: • Sandra Lynn Stegall, Flora; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Vermon Jack Stephens, Jr., Natchez; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Janet W. Stevens, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Albert Pace Stevenson, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • Miriam Stone, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: • Sandra Ellis Stone, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Patricia D. Strickland, Itta Bena; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Martha Tip Stuart, Morton; Education; Delta Gamma. • Clarke Wesley Stuckey, Richardson, Texas; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Lamar Carlton Sudduth, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • Jema Lin Sullivan, University; Liberal Arts. • Mildred H. Sullivan, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Jane H. Sutherland, Canton; Education; Chi Omega. • Sam Dewey Swor, Alexandria, Va.; Liberal Arts. • Larry Stephen Tabor, McCool; Pharmacy. Seventh Row: • Pat Talbot, Dublin; Education; Chi Omega. • Laura Verene Tanner, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Thomas Clingman Tate, Fowlkes, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • William Carruth Tate, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Beverly White Taylor, Fort Benning; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • Harold Gregory Taylor, Lucedale; Business. • James M. Taylor, Grand Junction; Business. • Kenneth K. Taylor, Water Valley: Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Larry Carl Taylor, Columbus; Business. • Mary Margaret Taylor, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: • Memrie Claire Taylor, Cleveland; Business; Delta Delta Delta, • Patrick Arnold Taylor, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • James A. Teasley, Kosciusko; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Lee Temple, Omaha, Neb.; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Alan Gregory Thomas, St. Petersburg; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. First Row: • Dixie Lynn Thomas, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • Dolores Maria Thomas, Jackson; Education. • Charles Douglas Thompson, West Memphis; Engineering. • David Allen Thompson, Pascagoula; Business. • Gary Norris Thompson, Amory; Pharmacy. Second Row: • Greg Salter Thompson, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Patricia Irene Thompson, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Carroll Hodges Thornton, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Frederick C. Thornton, Hagerstown, Md.; Education. • Cynthia Anne Todd, Pensacola, Fla.; Education. Third Row: • William Richard Todd, Amory; Liberal Arts. • Lana Maureen Toney, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Theodore J. Triplett, Santa Ana; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Vivian Ann Tripp, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Walter Michael Troop, Ky.; Business; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • William C. Trotter, III, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charlsie Faye Trussell, Jackson; Education. • Robert Mark Tucei, Biloxi; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Ronald Edward Tucker, Meridian; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Vickie Maxine Tullos, Pace; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Bettye Bittel. Turner, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Sally Ann Turner, Belzoni; Education. • Richard Scott Tuteur, Batesville; Business; Sigma Nu. • Michael Warren Twibell, Laurel; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Rennie Tye, Clinton; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: • Evalyn Anne Tyson, New Paltz; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Bobby Wayne Underwoo d, Baldwyn; Business. • Bernard Wayne Vance, Meridian; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Valerie Maryland Vance, Marks, Liberal Arts. • Ronald Vanostenbridge, Hawthorne, N.Y.; Engineering. Seventh Row: • Stephen Vassallo, Nashville, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Gary Clayton Voyles, Walnut; Business. • Elaine Lucille Wadleigh, Lanham, Md.; Liberal Arts. • Ellen Wailes, Jackson; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Curtis Rexton Waites, Moss; Engineering. Eighth Row: • John Anderson Waits, Leland; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • William Burnell Waits, Jr., Leland; Liberal Arts. • Wilbert Flavious Walden, Booneville; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Ellie Hugh Waldon, Handsboro; Education. • Joseph P. Walker, Jr., Jackson; Education; Sigma Nu. Ninth Row: • Mary Anne Walker, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Susan Lee Walker, Scott AFB; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Benjamin Dilworth Wall, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • John Marshall Wall, Savannah, Ga.; Business; Sigma Pi. • Judith E. Walley, Richton, Education. First Row: • James H. Wallis, Jr., Biloxi; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • Cecile Nugent Walsh, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Annette Irene Ward, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts. • Charlie F. Ward, Jr., Etta; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Michael Hailcy Ward, Gulfport; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: • Donald Wilson Warnick, Houston; Pharmacy. • James William Warren, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Paul Wesley Warrington, Lambert; Liberal Arts. • Judy P. Watson, Etta; Liberal Arts. • Marilyn Weakley, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. Third Row: • James Sol Weems, Jr., Columbia; Business; Sigma Chi. • Milton Bancroft Weems, Jr., Ellisville; Liberal Arts. • John Nevin Weiss, Tappahannock, Va.; Liberal. Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James McClanahan Wellborn, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Elsie Grace Wells, Oxford; Liberal. Arts. Fourth Row: • John Timothy Wells, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • Mary Pillow Wells, Delray Beach; Education. • Mary Alice Welty, Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. • Edwin Borden White, Lexington; Kappa Sigma. • James Oden White, Carthage; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. Fifth Row: • Aurelia Winifred Whitener, Fredericktown, Mo.; Liberal Arts. • Suzanne Dayton Whitlock, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. • Michael James Wilcox, Endwell, N.Y.; Business. • Virginia Helen Wiley, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • Cathy Wilkinson, Beale AFB; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Sixth Row: • Douglas Roy Wilkinson, Providence, R.I.; Business. • Barbara Eliz Williams, Picayune; Pharmacy. • Helen Powell Williams, Benoit; Education; Kappa Delta. • Louise Anne Williams, Pharmacy; Delta Gamma. • Richard Clifton Williams, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Suzanne Hinley Williams, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • Melanie Anne Willis, Lake Village; Liberal Arts. • Edward Bruce Williston, Oxford; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Barry Lee Wilson, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Joe Morgan Wilson, Corinth; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Sonja June Wilson, San Antonia; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Alfred Wilson, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Business. • William James Wilson, Pittsburgh, Penna.; Education. • Randall Richard Wiltrout, St. Petersburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jane Elizabeth Windels, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Ninth Row: • Collins F. Windham, Oxford; Engineering. • Anita Sue Windsor, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • Marian Kay Winton, Sulligent, Ala.; Pharmacy. • Philip Richard Wirt, Dade City; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • William Temple Withers, Jackson; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. First Row: • Joseph B. Witty, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • James Clark Woods, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Janis Sue Wooly, Leland; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Janis Elizabeth Worsham, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • Douglas Martin Wright, Amory; Business. Second Row: • Edna Earle Wright, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Richard H. Wright, Water Valley; Business. • Matthew J. Wunsch, Woodbury, N.Y.; Engineering. • Frances Marian Young, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Landora Jane Young, Jackson; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Third Row: • James E. Zasowski, Rochester, N.Y.; Engineering. • Arthur Martin Zeidman, Cranston, R.I.; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Anthony Lawrence Abram, Avon Lake; Liberal Arts. • Richard Keith Adam, Pass Christia n; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Alpha. • Robert Borden Adam, Jr., Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Emil John Adams, Jackson; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • Robert Harlan Adkerson, Kosciusko; Business; Sigma Chi. Second Row: • Danney Dee Alexander, Guin, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Georgianna Alexander, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Jimmy Don Alexander, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Barry Glen Allen, Grenada; Business; Sigma Chi. • Beth Elaine Allen, Indianola; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Third Row: • Lavenia Allen, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Shelton Posey Allen, II, Magee; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Susan Beth Alley, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Basil Rickey Algood, Bogue Chitto; Liberal Arts. • Karen Newman Amacker, Edwards; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Judy Ann Anderson, Bolivar, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Robert Allen Anderson, Yazoo dity; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William C. Anderson, Jr., Hanover, Mass.; Liberal Arts. • John Steven Andrews, Jr., Grenada; Business; Sigma Chi. • Barbara Jean Archer, Cruger; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: • Ola Dianne Ard, Oxford; Business. • Nancy Ellen Armstrong, Forest; Liberal Arts. • Karen Lucille Atchley, Rolling Fork; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Boyd P. Atkinson, Drew; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Eugene Walton Atkinson, Jr., Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: • Rhett William Atkinson, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Nicholas G. Augustus, IV, Jackson; Business; Delta Psi. • Tillio John Avaltroni, Shelby; Liberal Arts. • Betty Gail Axtell, Canton; Pharmacy; Kappa Gamma. • Don Claude Baddour, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Nu. Seventh Row: • Michael Calvin Baggett, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Danny Lewis Bailey, Bruce; Business. • Katherine Agnes Bailey, Lambert; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Xandra Ann Baird, Roswell, Ga.; Business. • Linda Kay Baker, Aberdeen; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Bonita Elaine Bald win, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Tere Teresa Banks, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Candyce Gene Barnes, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • Louis Edward Barnes, Jr., Columbia; Business; Sigma Chi. • Thomas Gordon Barnes, Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Eugene Parker Barrett, Cruger, Engineering. • Marc Buren Bartels, Bogalusa, La.; Pharmacy. • James 011ioney Batte, Jr., Huntsville, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Carl Baumgart, Bloom. ington, Ill.; Business. • Eugene Marion Bazaar, Ft. Pierce; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Roderick Anderson Beard, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Robert Rodney Beckett, Bruce; Liberal Arts. • Susan Alice Bedingfield, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Anne Bedwell, Ft. Smith; Education; Pi eta Phi. Elizabeth Alder Bell, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Sonya Jean Bellais, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Penelope Bennett, Clarksdale; Education; Chi Omega. • Will Evan Bennett, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • Vicki Elsie Berry, Corinth; Education. • Elizabeth L. Biedenharn, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Harvey Dale Bein, Independence; Liberal Arts. • Olivia Ann Bigger, Marion, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Jenny Lee Biggers, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Robert Conner Bills, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Harold S. Bishop, Columbus; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • William Lloyd Bishop, Meredith, N.Y.; Business. • Judith Anne Bittle, Rockford, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Betty Barrett Blackburn, Vicksburg; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • Ronald Calvin Blackledge, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Barbara Christine Blair, Quitman; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. Fifth Row: • Kenneth Leo Blandford, Louisville, Ky.; Business. • James Gray Blauert, Ozark, Ala.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jeanette Beaver Blaydes, Atoka, Tenn.; Business. • Joseph Hugh Bleimeyer, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Eunice Faye Bolt, Corinth; Education; Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: • Mary Grace Bookman, Bellaire, Texas; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Carl Clifton Booth, Newton; Business. • Lee Hansell Borden, Okolona; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Sheila Ray Bourland, Manila, Ark.; Education. • Joseph Henry Bouton, Leland; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row: • Kit Hansell Bowen, Grenada; Liberal Arts. • Martha Burroughs Bowen, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Chi Omega. • Glenda Annette Bowman, Pelahatchie; Education. • Lanny Baxter Bradford, Jackson; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • Peggy Lorene Bradley, Sulligent, Ala.; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Betty Laura Brand, Houston; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • ' William Gary Brand, Bruce; Liberal Arts. • Charles Christman Bratton, Warrington, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Frank Xavier Braun, Marlton, N.Y.; Business. Seven Bright, Pascagoula; Business. Ninth Row: • Janice Ione Britt, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Sidney Brodofsky, Greenville; Engineering. • Patricia Ann Brooks, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Charles Wood Broun, III, Lehigh Ac; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Deborah Irene Brown, Forest; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Fredda Jo Brown, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lawrence Newton Brown, Saltillo; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Dolton Gary Bryan, Biloxi; Business. • Michael Bradford Bryant, Pennsville, N.Y.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • William Andrew Bryant, Oxford; usiness. Second Row: • Zetta Mae Bryant, Gulfport; Business; Kappa Delta. • Bruce Emmett Buchanan, Buxton, Md.; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. • Frederic Albert Buchholz, Dade City; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Rebecca Ann Buck, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • Mary E. Bufkin, Monticello; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Paula Ann Bullock, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Courtney Kathleen Bunn, Bastrop, La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Helen F. Burgin, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Pamela Adair Burgoyne, Homewood, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Sally Pegues Burson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: • Marjorie Ann Burton, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Merlyn W. Butler, Coahoma; Liberal Arts; CM Omega. • William Cain, Canton; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James Patrick Caldwell, Jackson; Education; Sigma Nu. • John Dale Caldwell, Jackson; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. Fifth Row: • William Henry Caldwell Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Marion Ayleen Callender, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. • James Lauren Calvert, Gulfport; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • Michael Campassi, Clarksdale; Business; Kappa Sigma. • John Patrick Campbell, East Meadow; Business. Sixth Row: • Kristin Kay Campbell, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Susan Baker Campbell, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • John William Canterberry, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Sidney Carlton, Sumner; Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Philip Wade Carpenter; Oxford; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Marvin Leeton Carraway, Clarksdale; Engineering. • Verbon Pearson Cartee, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • William Catlin, HI, Jacksonville, Fla.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Barron Caulfield, Jr., Water Valley; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • James Henry Champion, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. Eighth Row: • Cynthia Ann Chrestman, W. Helena; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Anthony Edward Cipollina, Alexandria, Va.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Mary Louise Cissna, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Melissa Lynn Clanton, Slate Spring; Liberal Arts. • Joe Howell Clark, Houston; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. Ninth Row: • Marjorie Sue Clinton, Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Marie Elayne Cobb, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Cathleen Nelson Coers, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Elizabeth Ann Coldwell, Fla.; Education. • Katherine C. Coleman, Sibley; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Constance Marie Collier, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Thomas Harris Collier, III, Brandon; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Malcolm Jefferson Commer, Jonestown; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Joan Harriet Conn, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Pamela Jane Connor, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. Second Row: • Peggy M. Cook, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Barney Lee Cooke, Metarie, La.; Beta Theta Pi. • Judy Lynn Cooley, Jackson; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Kathy Ann Cooper, New Albany; Education; Delta Gamma. • Merry Carole Cooper, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. Third Row: • Jane Marie Copeland, Red Bay; Education. • John Quint Corban, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Abby Ann Cotten, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Hugh Ingram Cowsert, III, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth Afton Cox, Osceola, Ark.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. Fourth Row: • James Taylor Crawford, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charlie J. Crews, Jr., New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • John William Cromeans, Belmont; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta .Pi. • Frances Victoria Cross, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Robert Clayton Crossley, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fifth Row: • Charles Floyd Crumby, Robinsonville; Business. • Vincent John Cuevas, Bay St. Louis; Engineering. • David Lee Cuicchi, Shaw; Business. • Susan Anne Culpepper, Palatka, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Kenneth Ray Culver, Brookhaven; Engineering. Sixth Row: • Madalyn Cunningham, Louisville; Education; Kappa Delta. Curran, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • John Melvin Currie, Jackson; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • William Chandler Cushman, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Daphne Lavern Dabbs, Mantachie; Education; Delta Gamma. Seventh Row: • Daphne Frances Dabney, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Arthur Daniel Dagostino, N. Cumberland; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Donna Leigh Dale, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Gloria Sue Daniels, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Maurice Lary Daniels, Tupelo; Business. Eighth Row: • Thomas Lee Daniels, Ripley, Tenn.; Engineering. • John West Dannreuther, Anguilla; Liberal Arts. • Deborah P. Davis, Bruce; Liberal Arts. • Jessie Emile Davis, Jr., Baton Rouge; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Joe Curtis Davis, Pelahatchie; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Robert Lee Davis, Water Valley; Engineering. • Robert Joseph Day, Laurel; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • David Franklin Dean, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Ralph Maury Dean, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Lisa Decker, Anderson, Ind.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. First Row: • Elizabeth Lee Deem, Richardson, Texas; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ronald David DeMilio, Lyon; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Thomas Howard DeMoss, Nashville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Bernard Stephen Dennis, Vicksburg; Business: Sigma Chi. • Deborah Lynn Dennis, Whittier, Calif.; Education. Second Row: • Effie Jerrelyn Dennis, Ellisville; Business. • Evalyn Deborah Dent, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Charles Leslie Denton, Shelby; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Mary Lee Deornellas, Foxworth; Liberal Arts. • Arthur Aaron Derrick, III, Durant; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Sidney Williams Derrick, Durant; Liberal Arts. • Deborah Lu Devaney, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Donald Edward Devon, Atlanta, Ga.; Business; Sigma Pi. • Russell Lee Deweese, Neshoba; Pharmacy. • Marie Geralda Diaz, Biloxi; Pharmacy. Fourth. Row: • Linda Jo Dickerson, Ladel, Ind.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Donald Edward Dickey, Water Valley; Engineering. • Michael Samuel Dickson, Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Chi. • Janice Louie Dixon, Clayton, N.Y.; Liberal Arts. • Jimmy Gage Dobbs, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. Fifth Row: • Janet Dong, Tutwiler; Pharmacy. • Peter Barry Douglas, Buckingham, Va.; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Cynthia Claire Downer, Holly Bluff; Liberal Arts. James Lee Downing, Laurel; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Michael Eugene Dumas, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: • Rose Ann Duncan, New Albany; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Sara Alice Duncan, Whiteville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • William David Dunn, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Michael William Durbin, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Charles Preston Durham, Durant; Liberal. Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Barbara Jane Dyre, Grenada; Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. • Rachel Earhart, Tucker, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Kathryn East, Tronza, Ark.; Education; Kappa K appa Gamma. • Charles Ward Easterling, Alexandria, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Sallie R Eaton, Sumrall; Education; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: • Martha Anne Edmondson, Columbus; Education; Chi Omega. • Donna 011an Edwards, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • John Timothy Edwards, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Thomas Beasley Edwards, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Tommie Joe Edwards, Madisonville, Ky.; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • William Hudson Edwards, Jr., Garden City; Liberal Arts. • Robert George Effinger, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Business. • Judy Kaye Elam, Vicksburg; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • Ronald M. Elias, Osceola, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Carolyn Edith Elliott, Oxford; Education. First Row: • Barbara Louise Ellis, Yazoo City; Education; Kappa Delta. • Helen June Burwell Ellis, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Nancy M. Ellis, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. • Karen Rebecca Enochs, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Richard Allen Ervin, Greenville; Pharmacy. Second Row: • Lenore Lewis Ethridge, Oxford; Education; Chi Omega. • Lynda Kaye Evans, Handsboro; Business. • Paula Diane Ewert, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jeanne Jamison Fair, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Kathleen Downs Fargason, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Fred Arthur Farmer, Brandon; Business. • Warren Jeffrey Fee, Avon, N.Y.; Liberal Arts. • John Victor Felvey, Jr., Richmond, Va.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Harvey Glenn Ferguson, Hernando; Business. • John William Few, Benoit; Engineering. Fourth Row: • Leon Filek, Jr., Greensburg, Pa.; Liberal Arts. • Rosilyn Jalaine Fisher, Lapel, Ind.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jann Fitzgerald, Fayetteville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • James Raymond Flansburg, Hornell, N.Y.; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Sarah Ellen Fleming, Jackson; Education. Fifth Row: • Gary Franklin Fletcher, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Stephen Dwight Flynn, Atlanta, Ga.; Education. • Joel Ray .Flynt, Dlo; Liberal Arts. • Dan Ralph Ford, Jr., Taylorsville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Susan Janette Ford, West Point; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: • William Reynolds Ford, Jr., Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Bradley Harold Fournier, Wolfeboro, N.Y.; Education. • Hallie Fowler, Shreveport, .; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Steven Wayne Foxx, Greencastle, Ind.; Business. • Deborah Sue Freeman, W. Memphis; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: • John Howard Freeman, III, Greenwood; Engineering Sigma Chi. • George Tyler French, Indianola; Liberal. Arts; Delta Psi. • Terry Allen Frost, Toone, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • James Fred Fry, Coffeeville; Engineering. • Robert Bowman Fuchs, Sikeston, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Eighth Row: • Joane Dowling Fuller, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • William Albert Furlow, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Frazier Earl Fyke, Jackson; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • Robert Allen Gable, Vardaman; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • James Harry Gabriel, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. Ninth Row: • Paula Louise Gaither, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Glenn Embry Galey, Business; Sigma Nu. • Maria Pharr Gallogly, Dacula, Ga.; Education. • David M. Galloway, Corpus Christi; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Athena Garepis, Park Forest; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. First Row: • Thomas Victor Garraway, Jr., Prentiss; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Chita Beasley Gaskin, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Wayne Robert Gaynard, Oakland, Calif.; Liberal Arts. • Jane Stewart George, Monticello; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • John T. Gibbs, Jr., Leland; Business; Kappa Sigma. Second Row: • Cheryl Yvonne Gillian), Hinsdale, Ill.; Pharmacy. • Theresa Bell Gilliam, Ackerman; Education. • Reith G. Girod, Baton Rouge; Education. • George Davis Gober, Okolona; Business. • Woodrow Wilson Golden, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: • Tibbs Monford Golladay, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • David Arnold Goode, Potts Camp; Engineering. • James David Goodman, Shelby; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Rita Lane Goolsby, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Robert Steven Goss, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Wewitt Love Graeber, Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Arthur Dennis Grasso, Folsom, N.Y.; Liberal Arts. • Wanda Carol Gray, Tuscumbia, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Algie L. Green, Leakesville; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Mildred Linder Green, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Don William Gregg, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. • Linda Ruth Gregory, Amory; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • William G. Griesbeck, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • Carolyn Sargent Griffin, Oxford; Business. • James Alan Grimes, Biloxi; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. Sixth Row: • Paul Owen Grissom, Russellville, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Charles Douglas Gulley, Jr., Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • Linda Jo Gunn, Quitman; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Patrick Fleming Guyton, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • Stephen Lufkin Guyton, Kosciusko; Business. Seventh. Row: • Teddie Frank Gwyn, Corinth; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Patricia Anne Hagan, Minter City; Liberal Arts. • Shirley Ann Hagerman, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • James Emile Haik, Long Beach; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Janet Lynn Hailey, Crowder; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • James Montgomery Hall, Wiggins; Business. • Linda Gail Hall, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Marilyn Liddell Hall, Hollandale; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • William Larry Hall, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Craig Lawrence Hamachek, Palto Alto; Business. Ninth Row: • Becky Jean Hamblin, Baldwyn; Pharmacy. • Wallace Earl Hamilton, Tutwiler; Liberal Arts. • Dale Frances Hammock, Red Bay; Liberal Arts. • Donie Christine Hanna, Jackson; Education. • Claude Fields Haraway, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: • James Robert Hardin, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • John Fox Hardin, Calhoun City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Teresa Diane Hardin, Chula Vista; Liberal Arts. • Michael Pigford Harper, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • William K. Harper, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • John Menteith Harral, Moorestown, N.Y.; Engineering. • Aubrey Russell Harris, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • William Thomas Harris, Vicksburg; Business; Sigma Chi. • Charles W. Hartman, Jr., University; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Francis S. Hartsfield, Tallahassee, Fla.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Third Row: • Jan Marie Harvey, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Hanley E. Hasseltine, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Robert James Hassen, New London; Liberal Arts. • John Cary Hatcher, Richmond, Va.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Susan Ann Hawkins, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • Francis Roberta Haynes, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Carol Virginia Heathman, Indianola; Liberal Arts. • Michael Lee Hedges, Water Valley; Engineering. • Richard Roy Heen, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Ann Helms, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Filth Row: • Elizabeth Ann Henry, Newton; Education. • Jane Claire Henry, Darling; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Marianne Henson, Tullahoma, Tenn.; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • Sally Mary Herbert, N. Carrollton; Pharmacy. • Mary Delle Herlong, Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: • Mary Lewis Herndon, Kingston Springs; Liberal Art s. • Barbara Jean Hester, Gulfport; Business; Kappa Delta. • James Lonnie Hicks, , Laurel; Pharmacy; Beta Theta Pi. • Samuel Earle Hiden, Jr., Birmingham, Ala.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Linda Kay Higgins, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Daniel Leigh Hilsabeck, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • Linda Hines, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • Edward Talmage Hinton, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Thomas William Hipple, Indianapolis, Ind.; Business. • Barbara Montez Hobbs, Natchez; Education. Eighth Row: • Milton Dannelly Hobbs, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Daniel McMillan Hoke, Selma, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • David Tindall Holcomb, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Michael Ray Holcomb, Tupelo; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Danny Lee Holder, Hazlehurst; Business; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Susan Eileen Holler, Lancaster, Pa.; Education. • Cathy Lynn Hollingsworth, Blytheville, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • Francille Hollis, Sulligent, Ala.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Eugene Thomas Holmes, Clarksdale; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • jean Barksdale Holmes, Yazoo City; Education; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Tillie Cherite Hood, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts. • Ann Ricks Hoover, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. • Leslie B. Hoover, III, Ky.; Business; Sigma Chi. • Pamela Lee Hopper, Bells; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Michael Norton Horlock, Long Beach; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: • Ronnie Dean Hornbuckle, Huntsville, Ala.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Anthony Joseph Hosemann, Cocoa Be; Liberal Arts. • Nancy Louise Houchins, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Cynthia Joyce Houston, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Steven Kent Howell, Grenada; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Harriet Havens Howser, Gallatin, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Camille Hudson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Charles Norman Hudson, Magee; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Morella Jane Hughes, Charleston; Delta Gamma. • James Walton Humphreys, Tylertown; Engineering. Fourth Row: • Annetta Ruth Hunt, Louisville; Education. • Ann Turner Hunter, Grenada; Education; Kappa Delta. • Frederick S. Irvin, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • Ronnie Levern Isaac, Cleveland; Engineering. • Tommy Dale Iseminger, Springfield, Mo.; Business. Filth Row: • James Sheffield hard, Fulton; Liberal Arts. • Charlotte C. Jackson, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Larry Clarke Jackson, Millington, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Malcolm Allen Jackson, Jr., New Albany; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • Joe James, Lucedale; Education. Sixth Row: • William Rufus James, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Ruth Jefcoat, Sunflower; Liberal Arts. • Lizabeth Jean Jetton, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jean Wing Joe, Clarksdale; Pharmacy. • Richard Alan Johnson, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • William R. Johnson, Fairhope, Ala.; Business. • Walter E. Johnston, Jr., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • Charlton Robert Jones, Jackson; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • Christopher Riddell Jones, Inverness; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Patricia Claire Jones, Kennett, Mo.; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Randall Ross Jones, Columbus; Business. • Barbara Louise Jordan, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Walter Allen Jordan, Madisonville, Ky.; Engineering. • Eugene David Jorgensen, Arlington Ht.; Business. • Tommy Joseph Joseph, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: • Pamela Kay Juchheim, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sharon Rose Jumonville, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Frances Kaye Junkin, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Donald Krayer Jorgensen, Germantown, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. •Louis Stephen Karably, Jr., Ridgefield, Conn.; Engineering; Delta Psi. First Row: • Ruth Ann Karr, Oxford; Education. • Malcom Guy Keefe, Florence, S.C.; Engineering. • Charles M. Kelly, Jackson; Business; Sigma Chi. • Steven Douglas Kelly, Atlanta, Ga.; Engineering. • Sandra Kelsey, Collierville, Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. Second Rosy: • Mike Lee Kendall, Jackson, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Michael J. Keppel, Hokendauqua, Pa.; Business; Sigma Pi. • Denelda Keye, University; Education; Kappa Delta. • Brenda Gail Kimbrough, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Elizabeth Rivers King, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: • Katherine Cecile King, Oxford; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Leslie Darnell King, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Eliz King, Oxford; Education. • Lynda Marie Kisner, Oxford; Education. • Dorothy Edith Klotz, Natchez; Education; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: • Mary B. Knott, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Nancy Repps Knox, Trenton, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Paul Igor Kosko, Tallmadge, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • James Lowell Kubik, Mt. Prospect; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Thomas Woods Kugle, Camp Hill; Business; Kappa Sigma. Fifth Row: • Linda Louise Labhart, Jackson; Education. • Carl Richard Lackey, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Hershel Otho Ladner, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Linda Ann Lair, Montreal, Quebec; Business. • Betty Ruth Lairmore, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • Larry Dale Lane, Russellville, Ala.; Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Susan Kathryn Langdon, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Robert John Lange, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Beatrice Mae Langston, Ft. Walton; Liberal Arts. • William Frank Lapolla, Greenville, RI.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. Seventh Row: • Lisa Elizabeth Larson, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dorothy Sue Latimer, Okolona; Education; Kappa Delta. • Lynda Grace Lavers, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • Laura Lynda Lee, Clarendon, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Judy Claire Leech, Oxford; Education; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Charles Lothaire Leemon, Marissa, Ill.; Business. • Aileen Louise Leigh, Houston, Texas; Education. • George Kirkpatrick Lemon, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Stephanie C. Lenahan, Franklin Lakes; Liberal Arts. • Alton B. Lewis, Jr., Greenwood, Engineering. Ninth. Row: •Linda Bon Lipe, Clarksdale; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • Richard Allen Little, Raleigh; Pharmacy. • Mark Brinson Loflin, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ann Lokey, Amarillo, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Anna Idella Long, Blytheville, Ark.; Education. First Row: • Gary Cullen Lott, Tylertown; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John Michael Louis, Vicksburg; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Rebecca Lovelace, Batesville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • William Niles Lovelady, Oxford; Business; Sigma Chi. • James Otis Lovell, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Connie Jo Luckett, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Lucretia Anne Luckett, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Pat Waterfield Ludlam, Iuka; Liberal Arts. • Billy Luke, Perkinston; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Lizabeth Ivy Luke, Union; Education. Third Row: • George Ronnie Luther, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • Gordon Garland Lyell, Jackson; Business. • Patricia Anne McCabe, Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Joseph Lee McCarty, Jr., Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Erwin Lowe McClendon, McGehee, Ark.; Fourth Row: • Charles Edward McCool, Louisville; Pharmacy; Beta Theta Pi. • Peyton Hugh McCool, Noxapater; Engineering. • Roselyn Scott McCord, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • James Shelby McCullar, Jr., Batesville; Business. • Joel Weir McDonald, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: • Fred James McDonnell, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Judy Clarene McDougal, Winona; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Harvey McGehee, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • William G. McGill, III; New Albany; Business. • Robert Edwin McIver, Columbia, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Gwen Anne McKee, Indianola; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Norton Guyton McKeigney, Jackson; Business; Sigma Chi. • Mary Martha McKenzie, Ashland; Liberal. Arts. • Robert H. McKenzie, Jr., Trenton, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • Daniel. Thomas McKessy, Boca Raton, Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Seventh Row: • Eugene B. McLaurin, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Michael Martin McMaster, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • E. Jeannene McMullann, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • Susan Elizabeth McNamee, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Janett Elizabeth McNeely, Natchez; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • Carroll D. McQueen, Jr., Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Suzanne McQuigg, E. Aurora; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Pamela. Ann Madsen, Flossmoor, Ill.; Liberal Arts. • Joe Harvey Magee, Tylertown; Business. • John Joseph Malatesta, Shaw; Pharmacy. Ninth Row: • Miriam Lane Malone, Athens, La.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Constance Lue Mann, Centralia, Ill.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Patricia Dawn Mann, Greenville; Education; Kappa Delta. • Robert Alvin Maples, Millington, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Thomas Sutton Marks, Jackson; Business. First Row: Frances Eliz Martin, Indianola; Education. • Frank G. Martin, Summit; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Marvin Wayne Martin, Greenville; Business. • Gwen Massey, Pelahatchie; Education; Kappa Delta. • M. Elizabeth Mathis, Cruger; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Berson Michael Mauldin, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Cathy Lynn Maxwell, Houston, Texas; Education. • Thomas Hampton Maxwell, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Henry Benton May, , Germantown, Tenn.; Business. • James G. Maynor, Jr., Water Valley; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Third Row: • Betty Ruth Meacham, N. Miami; Education; Phi Mu. • Paula Meek, Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Marilyn Old Mercer, Dallas, Texas; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Richard F. Mestayer, Waveland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Mary Jane Miers, Dallas, Texas; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: • Everett Joe Miller, Leakesville; Education. • James Douglas Minor, Coldwater; Liberal Arts. • Jeffrey Clement Minor, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • David Lee Molpus, Louisville, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Frederick Arthur Monk, Revere, Mass.; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. Filth Row: • Calvin Wells Montgomery, Inverness; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Elbert Donald Montgomery, Chicago, Ill.; Liberal Arts. • A. Moore, HI, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Linda Moore, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Charles Fred Morlino, Leland; Pharmacy. Sixth Row: • William Douglas Morrison, Atlanta, Ga.; Business. • John Gary Moscarillo, Torrington, Conn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Spurgeon Adams Moss, Ackerman; Liberal Arts. • Diana Lynn Mounts, Knoxville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Lillian Moy, Hernando; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Michael Mubarak, Amman, Jordan; Liberal Arts. • Harmon Michael Mullins, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • Richard Lee Muns, Cleveland; Liberal Arts. • Lynn Murphy, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. • Alma Maria Mutzi, Shaw; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. Eighth Row: • Elizabeth Anne Nappier, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • Shelby Thomas Nassar, Clarksdale; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Thomas Dean Neely, Jr., Burlington, Wisc.; Liberal Arts. • Willard Ross Neely, II, LaGrange, Ill.; Business. • Virginia Lee Neese, Jackson; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. Ninth Row: • Eva Lillian Neill, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • • Samuel William Neill, Leland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Jeffrey John Nelson, Sanbernardino, Calif.; Liberal Arts. Margaret Anne Nettles, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Anne O ' Neill Norman, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. First Row: • David Boon Norris, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charles Wright Northern, Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Nancy Lee Nowell, Cleveland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Larry Stephen Odom, Foley, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Howard Earl Ogden, Inverness, Fla.; Engineering. Second Row: • Charles Jerry Oliver, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Charles Snow O ' Mara, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Van Dale Ostermick, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Larry Eugene Oswalt, Forrest City; Business. • James S. Overstreet, Jr., DeKalb; Business; Kappa Alpha. Third Row: Shirley Ann Page, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • Beverly Jane Parker, W. Helena; Pharmacy. • Dabney Terrell Parker, Rosedale; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • William Eugene Passera, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jane Dudley Patterson, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Charles Alex Payne, Trussville, Ala.; Engineering. • Eugene Poitevin Peabody, Metairie, La.; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • Roberta Jane Pegram, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Richard Michael Penn, Pascagoula; Business. • Wilmer P. Pennebaker, Jr., Crawfordsville, Ark.; Business. Fifth Row: • Margaret Agnes Perez, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jeanne Guy Perkins, Senatobia; Business. • Lynda Rose Perry, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Robert Houston Perry, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • George Nick Peters, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • Dennis Petkov, Elizabeth N.Y.; Pharmacy. • Terry Don Pieralisi, Leland; Liberal Arts. • John Rhineheart Pierce, Biloxi; Business; Sigmt Pi. • Rachel Ann Pitcher, Baton Rouge; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Elizabeth Ann Pittman, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. Seventh Row: • William Claude Pittman, Greenwood; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Mitchell E. Poole, Richmond, Va.; Engineering. • Mary Lamar Poovey, Tie Plant; Business; Phi Mu. • Donna Marie Pope, Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • William a Porter, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: • John Freed Poulsen, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Phyllic Patricia Powell, Forest Park; Education. • Arthur Alexander Preston, Business. • Charles Michael Prewett, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Ann Price, Cicksburg; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Ninth Row: • Charlotte Ann Price, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. • Marilyn Lee Price, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • Jane Proffit Pruett, San Diego; Liberal Arts. • James Watson Purvis, Brandon; Business; Sigma Chi. • Eileen Quon, Hernando; Liberal Arts. First Row: • Theodore Hughes Rainey, Jr., Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • David McCleary Rather, Holly Springs; Education; Sigma Chi. • Thomas David Ray, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Larry Guy Rea, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts. • A. J. Reed, Jr., Gallatin, Tenn.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: • Anton E. Reel, III, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Wesley Reese, Birmingham, Ala.; Business. • Kenneth Harlan Reid, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Lorraine Henderson Ricau, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Melvin Hampton Rich, III, Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • William Edward Richburg, Enterprise; Liberal Arts. • William Herman Rigby, Jr., Kosciusko; Engineering. • Rian A. Ringsrud, Universit y; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jacob Marvin, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • William L. Roach, Jr., Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Anne E. B. Robbins, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dennis Lee Roberts, Pascagoula; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • Charles Ray Robertson, Jr., Meridian; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Shannon Robinson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Ronald Edward Robinson, West Point; Business; Kappa Sigma. Filth Row: • J. Donald Rogers, Carroll, Ohio; Engineering; Delta Psi. • Carter Rogers, Athens, Ala.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Robert Shirrell Rogers, Terre Haute; Liberal Arts. • Judith Ann Rost, Highland Ind.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Andrew Eugene Rouse, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: • Keith Ainsley Rowan, Zion, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Bettina Ann Rowe, Homewood, Education; Delta Gamma. • Ben Lockett Royce, Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Victoria Leah Rueseler, Cape Girardeau; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Ardis Defrance Russell, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Nan Russell, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Wallace Howard Russell, Yazoo City; Business. Morris Lynn Rye, New Albany; Business. • Joseph K. Saad, Jr., Clarksdale; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Janie Aileen Sanders, Oxford; Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: • :Melanie L. Sanders, Vaiden; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Elsie Sanford, Anna, Ill.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Robert Bruce Sanders, Lynnfield, Mass.; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Jimmie Nell Scarbrough, Calhoun City; Education. • Sharon Elaine Scibilia, Fairfax, Va.; Education. Ninth Row: • Bert Galloway Scott, Jr., Jackson; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Marilyn Ann Scott, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • Melody Scott, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Nancy Lee Scott, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. • Isabelle Alfsen Scurry, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Sandra Seale, Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Fred T. Searcy, Jr., Morton; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Ethel Sebren, Jackson; Business. • Ann Catherine Semmes, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • James David Shanks, Purvis; Liberal. Arts; Delta Psi. Second Row: • Harry Carter Sharp, Miami, Fla.; Business. • Robert William Sharp, Ruston, La.; Liberal Arts. • John Strowd Shaw, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Jonathan Edward Shell, Jackson; Business. • Lee Myrl Shellabarger, University; Business; Kappa Delta. Third Row: • Michael Knight Shelley, Covington, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Sharon Agnes Shelton, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. • Susan Marlene Shipley, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha: • William Smylie Shipman, Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Claude Leslie Shoal, Covington, Tenn; Liberal Arts. Fourth. Row: • Harold R. Sides, Kosciusko; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Sandra Kay Sifford, Puxico, Mo.; Education. • John Bishop Simpson, New Albany; Engineering. • June Gail Sims, Louin; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Richard Sipos, Stuart, Fla.; Engineering. Fifth Row: • Michael Hilton Slocumb, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • David Leonard Smith, Bolivar, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Garry Dale Smith, Water Valley; Engineering. • Houston Allen Smith, III, I, Hattiesburg; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • James Wood Smith, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: • Leo 0. Smit h, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Linda Smith, Grenada; Business; Kappa Delta. • Mary Katherine Smith, Vicksburg; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Robert Daniel Smith, Oxford, Engineering. • Thomas Earl Smith, Cleburne, Texas; Education. Seventh Row: • Vicki Jeanne Smith, New Albany; Education. • William Key Smith, Natchez; Business; Sigma Chi. • Wormack Edward Smith, Hardy; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • William Doyle Smothers, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Susan Sneed, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • James Claude Snowden, Jr., Orlando, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Calvin Spurlock, Jr., Dermott, Ark.; Business. • Kathleen Eliz Squires, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Terry R. Marianna, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • John C. Stanley, Corinth; Business; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Ethel Lobdell Staples, Rosedale; Liberal Arts. • Robert Koehl Starmann, Chicago, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Nancy Virginia Stasiak, Dayton 32; Education. • Margaret Frances Steen, Abbeville, La.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Susan Gayle Stewart, Mississippi City; Liberal Arts. First Row: • James Claude Still, Jr., New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • James R. Stokes, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Richard David Stokes, Jr., Earlington, Ky.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • Barbara Jean Stone, Jena La.; Education. Eugene Carroll Stone, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: • Frank Smith Street, Canton; Business. • Charles Wilhelm Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Claudine Strickland, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Michele A. Y. Strickland, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Patricia Ann Strickland, Laurel; Liberal Arts. Third Row: • Mary Nell Stuber, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • James Forrest Sullivan, Vicksburg; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Kenneth Gerald Sullivan, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Thomas James Sullivan, Savanna, Ill.; Education. • Ralph Elvyn Sulser, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • Gloria Lynne Summers, Kosciusko; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Daniel Carrington Sweet, Mobile, Ala.; Business. • Janice Poole Swords, Booneville; Education. • Sharon Rajean Tallant, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Lana Dee Tanner, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. Fifth. Row: • David B. Taylor, Jr., Port Gibson; Business; Sigma Chi. • Merry Gail Temple, Meadville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Nancy G. Teneyck, Laurel; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Eloise L. Tenney, Grenada; Education; Chi Omega. • George Philip Terrebonne, Metairie, La.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. Sixth Row: • Antoinette L. Terrell, Baton Rouge; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • James Dendy Terry, Woodland; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Ann Teunisson, Greenville; Education; Delta Gamma. • John Bruce Theim, Chevy Chase; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Bill Henry Thomas, Greenville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh Row: • Jill Lynn Thomas, Clarandon Hills; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Susan Wyatt Thomas, Michigan City; Liberal Arts; Alpha Pi. • Donald Edgar Thompson, Columbus; Engineering. • Terrence Lee Thompson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Terry Keith Thrash, Jackson; Engineering. Eighth Row: • Trudy Tidwell, West Point; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Larry Jaubert Tillman, Mt. Holley; Liberal Arts. • Robert Ganiel Tom, Arcola; Liberal Arts. • Joseph Redditt Toups, Baton Rouge; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Paul Albert Treuting, Biloxi; Ninth Row:. • Linda Lee Tribble, Charleston; Education; Phi Mu. • Joyce Delano Tubb, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Roger McKay Tubbs, Oxford; Engineering. • James Gibson Tucker, III, New Orleans; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Tonja Renay Tucker, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. First Row: • Murry Tumey, Greenville; Pharmacy. • Mary Lynn Turner, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Georgia Diane Tyson, Washington; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sandor Varadi, Oxford; Engineering. • Linda Marie Vaughan, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. Second Row: • Teresa M. VaVughn, • Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Cynthia Gay Vincent, Martin, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Larry Gene Vinson, Millington, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • Michael Wade, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charles Ray Waggoner, Carthage; Beta Theta Pi. Third Row: • Karen Blythe Walcott, Greenville; Liberal Arts; CM Omega. •Thomas Bishop Waldrop, Jr., Columbia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Allen Waldrop, Batesville; Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. • J. Sparkman Walker, Macon; Business. • Terri Lynn Walker, Tchula; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Judy Ann Wallace, Dallas, Texas; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carol Lynn Waller, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Gail Frances Walsh, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Betty Jo Wampler, Ft. Pierce; Business; Alpha Delta Pi. • Gloria E. Ward, Cleveland; Liberal Arts. Filth Row: • Connie Laine Wardlaw, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Kathryn R. Warren, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth S. Watts, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marian Kay Webster, Marianna, Ark.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jerry Edward Weeks, Oxford; Engineering. Sixth Rote: • James Michael Weigel, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Robert Cooper Weir, Gulfport; Business: Phi Delta Theta. • Jesse Kent Welborn, Laurel; Education; Kappa Alpha. • John P. Morganfield, Ky.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Susan Marie Weldon, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh. Row: • Erskine Watkins Wells, Jr., Jackson; Business; Delta Psi. • James Matlock Welsh, Webster Groves; Business. • Keith Wade Welsh, Springfield, Mo.; Business. • Stephen Harry Wheeler, E. Meadow; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Donald E. Whetstine, Atlanta, Ga.; Education. Eighth Row: • Craig Michael White, Marvell, Ark.; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Janie White, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Katherine Lynn White, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • Mary Temple White, Toccopola; Education. • Richard D. White, Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Nancy Jean Whitten, Tupelo; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Claude Echols Whittle, Tunicia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Donald Anthony Wiater, Morrisville, Pa.; Education; Sigma Pi. • Elaine Carol Wilcox, Greenville; Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta. • David Eugene Wilder, Meridian; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: • Martha Grace Wilkie, Charleston; Liberal Arts. Edmund Leroy Wilkins Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Wilkinson, Beale AFB; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • John Kenneth Wilkinson, Pelahatchie; Business. • Betty Alice Williams, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: • David Allen Williams, Grenada; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • David Owen Williams, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts. • Dorothy Shirley Williams, Jackson; Education. • Elmer Eugene Williams, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. Helen F. Williams, Daytona Beach, Education. Third Row: Frances Williams, Clarksdale; Education; Beta Theta Pi. • James Kenneth Williamson, Kosciusko; Pharmacy. • Edward Allen Wilmesherr, McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Cassandra Jane Wilson, Meridian; Libera l Arts; Phi Mu. • Wanda Camille Wilson, Metairie, La.; Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: • Malcolm Russell Wimbish, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Donald Alan Windham, Carthage; Liberal Arts. • Alton Eugene Windsor, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Catherine Wing, Webb; Liberal Arts. • John Robert Winthrop, Duquoin, Ill.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. Fifth Row: • Mark Wise, Mound Bayou; Engineering. • Patricia Louise Womble, Water Valley; Business. • George E. Woodliff, Jackson; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Roy P. Woods, Humboldt, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • James Briscoe Wooldridge, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. Sixth Row: • Mary Ellen Wooten, Collierville, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • Victoria L. Worthington, Evansville, Ind.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Eddy Howard Wright, Bruce; Engineering. • Pamela Jo Wright, Huntsville, Ala.; Business; Phi Mu. • Wilson Michael Yager, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: • Jere Lamar Yates, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Paula Gayle Young, Caruthersville, Mo.; Education. • Charles C. Zatarain, Metairie, La.; Business. • Alfred Michael Zielinski, Trenton, N.J.; Liberal Arts. Torch parade for LSU game class dismissal. Dorm resident prepares a late evening repast. Students gather on front steps of library. The 1966 OLE Miss would like to take this opportunity to thank the advertisers who have once again helped to make the yearbook a reality through their patronage. It is indeed a pleasure to do business with the fine companies throughout our state who support Ole Miss through advertising in the 1967 OLE Miss. Aaron, Deanna Lorraine Abbott, George Gilster, 277 Abbott. Guthrie T., 129, 141, 143, 148, 298 Abdalla, Gerald Moses, 143, 157, 179, 277 Abdalla. Sidney Jacob, Jr. Abdo, George Ellis, Jr.. 161 Abel, Roxie Pittman, 327 Abernethy, Lynn Dunlap Abernethy, Patricia Lynn, 245, 327 Ables, Jackson H., III, 189, 287, 343 Abraham, George Ellis, II, 279 ' Abraham, Gerald Lynn Abraham, Gladys Karemi, 149, 243. 327 Abraham, Katherine A., 102, 104, 112 120, 139, 149, 259, 310 Abraham, Robert M., 155, 180, 283, 343 Abram, Anthony Lawrence, 361 Achee, Norris Sylvester, Jr. Acree, Joseph J., 298 Adair, Thomas Jeffery, 180, 343 Adam, Richard Keith, 180, 283, 361 Adam, Robert Borden, Jr.. 279, 361 Adams, Cathleen Susann, 245, 343 Adams, Chester Braswell Adams, David Edward. 285, 298 Adams, John Emil, 279, 361 Adams. Gregory Neal, 161 Adams, Holmes S., 141, 143, 164, 277, 327 Adams, James Ferris, 287, 343 Adams, Jesse R., Jr.. 129 Adams. Judith Ann, 135, 149, 247, 310 Adams, Linda Nell, 245, 310 Adams, Martha L. Adams, Philip Ross, 298 Adams, S. Irby Adams, Thomas Edward, 180 Adams, William S., Jr. Adamson, Donald Jackson Addison, Kent Stanley Addleton, James E., 134, 273, 298 Adkerson, Robert Harlan, 287, 361 Ads, Omar Hassan 298 Advani. Shyam B. Agee, Lynn Allen Agent, Keith Selwyn, 179, 265, 343 Ahern, George G. Ainsworth, Carroll Anne, 327 Ainsworth, Jimmy David, 174, 298 Akers, Jesse Murray, 129, 148, 298 Akers, Terrell Walter Albano, Patrick Louis, 158, 165. 267, 34 Aldinger, Robert Cha rles, 279, 327 Aldrich, Lyman D., 166. 269, 310 Aldridge, Dennis Carl, 265, 343 Aldridge, John Baker, 180. 277 Aldridge, Kenneth Edward Aldridge, Malcolm Lee, 291, 327 Aldy, Ronnie Jay, 216 Alexander, Barbara J., 243, 327 Alexander, Bebe Clinton, 327 Alexander, Danny Dee, 361 Alexander, Georgianna, 257, 361 Alexander, Jimmy Don, 269, 361 Alexander, Stacy M., 257 Alexander,•Thomas A., 267, 310 Alexander, Virginia Louise, 310 Alford, Keith Rogers Alford, Prentiss Keith Alger, Quinn Mize Algood. ' Ferrel Lee, 143. 180. 267, 343 Alias, Fred Vincent, 275 Aillen, Alethia Gail Allen, Barry Glen, 287, 361 Allen, Beth Elaine. 255, 361 Allen, Billups Shepard Allen, Carol 298 Allen, Charles Wesley, Jr., 180 Allen, Deane Allen, Don Randall, 128, 143, 267, 298 Allen, Donna Faye, 327 Allen, Ghill Fosta, 174, 310 Alien, Gilda Jean, 327 Allen, Glynda Ruth. 251, 327 Allen, Gregory Welch Allen, Henry R., 289, 327 Allen, Joan Claire, 173, 253, 310 Allen, John S., III Allen, Lavenia, 243. 361 Allen, Mary Douglas, 104, 139, 149, 2 245, 310 Allen, Millard IZ., Jr., 327 Allen, Nora Anne, 257, 343 Allen, Robert Johnson, 119, 283, 310 Allen, Shelton Posey, II, 180, 289, 361 Allen, Sylvia Ann, 259, 343 Allen, Thomas Wilsford, 157. 180, 277, Allen, William Ragon, 289, 310 Allen, Wilson Otis, 298 Allenburger, Christian A.. 279, 298 Alley, Susan Beth. 253, 361 Allgood, Basil Rickey, 180, 361 Allison, Elsie Ann, 243 Allison, John Samuel, 155. 265, 343 Alliston, George 200, 227 Allred. Terre Elizabeth, 343 Alsey,Howard Milton Alvarez, Frank Joseph, III, 277, 327 Anacker. Karen Newman, 361 Amaris, Mary lane Ammann, Steven Dennis, 143, 180 343 Anders, Laurie Eliz Anderson, Carl E.. 179 Anderson, Carolyn E., 298 Anderson, Charles H. Anderson. Charles Melvin, 180 Anderson. Charlton R.. 287, 343 Anderson. Demaris Leigh Anderson, Frank Andrew, 191, 310 Anderson. Gary Allen. 180 Anderson, John G., 151, 189, 343 Anderson, Joseph M. Smoot Anderson. Judy Ann. 159, 162, 249, Anderson, Lee, II, 343 Anderson, Marlin Curtis, 327 Anderson, Martha Marie, 255, 327 Anderson, Mary Lucille Anderson, Reuben Vincent Anderson, Richard Amos, Jr., 180 Anderson, Robert Allen, 285, 361 Anderson, Thomas H., Jr., 191, 289, Anderson, Thomas J. H., II, 180, 2. Anderson, Virginia Louise, 343 Anderson, Wayne Bryant, 171 Anderson, William C., Jr., 180, 361 Anderson, William Fenton Anderton, Julie Dawn, 255, 343 Andress ' , Kathleen B. Andrews, John Steven, Jr., 287, 361 Andrews, Robert Ross, 188, 279, 34: Andrews, Wallace H., Jr., 143 Andrukiewicz, Stephen S. Angelozzi, Nicholas J., Jr., 310 Annis, Lee Michael Anthony, Allen Carey, 327 Anthony, Dalton W., 165, 310 Anthony, Donald A., 343 James Hansel Anthony, Phillip Lynn Arbuthnot, Peter Ivan Archer, Barbara Jean, 255. 361 Archer, Ethel Erwin, 115, 136, 245 Arcuri. Dominic Joseph, 179 Ard, David Robert Ard, Mavis Ann, 343 Ard, Ola Dianne, 361 Armor, Milton Philip Armour, Thomas George, 133 Armstrong, James S., 132, 143, 169, 327 Armstrong, Nancy Ellen, 361 Arndt, Robert Gordon Arnett, James Raphael, 143, 271, Arnett, John Frank, 132, 143, 271, Arnette, John Charles Arnold, Betty Jo Arnold, Charles B., III, 151, 180 Arnold, George Michael, 193, 194 Arnold, James Hiley, Jr.. 310 Arnold, John W., Jr.. 227. 194, 2W Arnold, Patricia Marie, 327 Aron, Paul Harry, 310 Arrington, Peggy Sue, 327 Ash, Sarah Madden Ashcraft, David Lee Ashcraft, John Edward, Jr. Asher. Warren Russell, 269, 343 Ashlin, Daniel B. Ashworth, Patricia Maureen, 327 Asters, John T. Aston, Carolyn, 327 Atchley, Karen Lucille, 243, 361 Atkins. Linda K.. 243 Atkins. Richard Eugene Atkinson, Betty Jo Atkinson, Boyd P., 277, 361 Atkinson, Bruce E., 132, 119, 141 261, 279. 327 Atkinson, C. Ashley, 298 Atkinson. Eliza Ann, 97, 253, 343 Atkinson, Eugene Walton, Jr., 27 Atkinson, Max Harrison, 180, 219 Atkinson, Rhett William, 289. 361 Atkinson, William Samuel, 143 Augustus, Nicholas G. IV, 271, 3 Anne, Ernestine Holt Austin, Frank S., 195, 291, 327 Austin, Martha .Ann Austin, William Anthony Austin, William Ernest Autry, Lawrence Hugh Anvil, Allan Roy, 118 Avaltroni, Tillio John, 361 Aven, Donald Webster Aven, Ronald Allen Avent, Patricia Sue Avent, Robert. Wallace, 180 Avery, Doris Ann, 243, 343 Avery, Elizabeth, 239, 257 Axelrod, Patricia Sue, 255, 343 Axtell, Betty Gail, 253, 361 Ayer, Eric K., 227, 221, 327 Ayers, George Hayes Ayers, Scott Peter, 190 B Babb, Juanita S., 148, 327 Babcock. Lyle G. Babin, Pamela Ann Babin, Victor E., III, 275 Backlund. Tunell Constance Backstrom, James Walton, 148 Baddour, Don Claude. 130, 289, 361 Baddour. Paul M., 104, 134 Baer, Catherine Mac Cafna, Kailash M., 298 Bafna, Vimla, 298 Baggett, Horace Haralson Baggett, Michael Calvin, 285, 361 Baier, Michael Mathias, 227, 224, 277, Bailey, Barbara Ann, 149, 310 Bailey, Barbara Jean Bailey, Danny Lewis, 180, 361 Bailey, Dolly Sue, 327 Bailey, Gloria Fran, 327 Bailey, James Walter Bailey, Judy Carolyn, 327 Bailey, Katherine Agnes, 243, 361 Bailey, Margaret Louise Bailey, Margie Sayle, 327 Bailey, Pamela Evelyn, 255, 343 Bailey, Phillip Jason, 180. 343 Bailey, Robert Walter, 227, 200, 277, Bailey, Verna Ann, 327 Baine, James Everett, 298 Baine, Wade Montgomery Baird, Xandra Ann, 361 Baker, Bill Russell Baker, Danny Ray, 275, 327 Baker, Douglas T. Baker, Harold Eugene Baker, James A., 165 Baker, Jimmy E., 179, 343 Baker, Joe Benny, 152 Baker, Linda Dorothy, 173. 243, 343 Baker, Linda Kay, 253, 361 Baker, Sandra Kay, 327 Baker, Teresa Ellen, 152 Baker, Truman Dale Baker, William Baldwin, Bonita Elaine. 259, 361 Baldwin, James R., 310 Baldwin, Lawrence Eugene Ball, Christy Adele Ball, Dwight Nicholas, 298 Ball, Everett Lee, Jr., 275, 327 Ball, Helen Ann, 125, 136, 164, 253, Ball. William David, 327 Ballard, Charles Augustus Ballard, George Carrel Ballard. John Gary. 327 Ballard, William Clay Ballard. William W., 269, 298 Ballentine. William F. Banks, Betse Sue Banks, Shirley William Banks, Tere Teresa, 249, 361 Bankston. Mitchell Nevada, 327 Bannister. Clarence Q. Barbee, Margaret E. Barbee, Mills E., 289, 327 Barber, Michael Ray, 265. 343 Barbour, Caroline Eliza, 119, 247, W Barbour, Haley Reeves, 112, 114, F Barbour. Wiley J. Barenis, Gunt ' s. 298 Barfoot, Van Thomas, Jr.. 180. 343 Barger, Diana June, 239, 255, 310 Barham, Chandler F., 239. 257 Barham, Robert David, 310 Barham, Suzanne Barham, Woodrow Wilson, jr., 343 Barhanovich, Billie Joy, 259, 343 Barker, Kenneth N. Barksdale, Bryan, 143, 174. 180, 28 Barksdale. Nelson L., Jr., 327 Barlow, James Clarence Barlow, Paul Jonathan, 153, 298 Barlow, Terrell Wayne, 191, 271, 3 Barnes, Candyce Gene. 247, 361 Barnes, Charlsie Annette Barnes, George Neil, 133 Barnes, Hazel Ann, 113, 136, 343 Barnes, John 143. 265 Barnes, Louis Edward, Jr.. 179, 287, Barnes, Reginald Eugene, 285, 343 Barnes, Thomas Gordon, 180, 273, Barnett, Buell. Johnston Barnett, Eddie L. Barnett, Jack, 279 Barnett, Lee Gordon Barnett, Ruth Elizabeth Barnette, Carol Jean, 343 Barnhart, Burton Lee Barranco, Joe Anthony Barrett, Mama Bollier Barrett, Eugene Parker, 275, 361 Barrett, Helen Kathy, 343 Barrett, James A., Jr., 195, 193, 194, 273, 310 Barrett. John William, 102, 104, 122, 133, 141, 143, 277, 298 Barrett, Mary Elizabeth, 243, 298 Barrett, Peter Hichman, 327 Barrett. Thomas H., 194 Barrier, Calvin Deen Barrow, Mary Frances Bartels, Marc Euren, 179, 361 Barton, James Douglass, 143, 158, 180, 343 Barton, Robert William, 148, 271, 298 Basham, Lillian Webb Basham, William E. Baskin, John Frank Bass, Joseph E., 190, 279. 327 Bass, Meredith A.. Jr.. 287 Bass, Michael C.. 180, 344 Bassham, James Theo Bates, Christopher M . Bates, Donald E. Bates, Samuel Lyle, Jr., 193, 194, 277, 310 Bates, Tommy Jack Bates, Vivian R. H. Bath, Daniel W. Jr. Bath, Joan Chapman Batson, Ann Elizabeth, 251, 344 Batson; Dennis Marion Batte, James Ollioney, Jr., 361 Baumgart, Thomas Carl, 190, 361 Baxter, James Bailey, 146, 310 Baylen, James L., 165, 179, 279. 344 Bazaar, Eugene Marion, 165, 179, 361 Beach, Stephen Le eds, III, 141. 289. 298 Beard, Fred L., Jr., 137, 13, 166. 287. 327 Beard, Roderick Anderson, 279, 294, 362 Bearden, Thomas Howard, 147, 179, 344 Beasley, Robert Lloyd, 114, 273. 310 Beatty, Harry Bartton, Jr., 328 Beauman, Sidney H., 152 Beaver, Sondra 243, 310 Beck, Jerry Bonds Becker, Charles A., Jr. Beckett, Robert Rodney, 189. 362 Beckwith, David William, 180, 344 Beckwith. Phyllis Janice, 121, 243, 310 Bedingfield, Susan Alice, 362 257, 362 Bee, Anna Margaret, 251 Beeler, Dorothy Harvey Beeler, Earl Francis Beemon, Fred Edwin, Jr., 310 Beissel, George Franklin Bej. Asit Kumar Jahorlal Belk, Raymond Edward. 328 Bell, Charles Boyd, 287 Bell, Claude A. Bell, Elizabeth Alder, 245, 362 Bell, James Kenneth, 310 Bell, James Robert, 298 Bell, Nancye Kathryn, 344 Bell, Ramelle Eason, 247 Bell, Thomas Noel Bell, Vicki Jacks Bell, William W., 328 Lids, Sonya Jean Bel. 362 Bellamy, Malcolm E.. Jr.. 189 Bellande, Bruce James. 180, 2113. 344 Bellande, Kay Ruth, 159, 249. 328 Bellshot, Alice M. Benbow, Roy Walter Bender, Benny Wayne. 180, 287 Beneke, Henry. III, 273 Beneke, Richard U. Benjamin, Danny Ray Bennett, Bonnie Louise, 149, 344 Bennett, James Albert. 221 Bennett, James K., 289, 311 Bennett, Jan S. Bennett, John Edward, 155, 293. 344 Bennett, Linda Jean. 344 Bennett. Marshall G.. Jr., 119, 128, 141, 148, 287, 298 Bennett, Penelope, 245. 362 Bennett, Shirley Anne, 311 Bennett, Susan E.. 119, 259. 328 Bennett, Will Evan. 180. 362 Benoist, Mary Gunter Benson, Joe Eddins Benson, William A., IV Benton, Jimmie Sue Benz, Joseph, 275. 328 Berch, Jerry Daniel Berg. Robert John, 180, 344 Bergalowski, Chester W., Jr., 221 Berliner. Alfred Eugene, 311 Berry, Connie Sue, 241, 344 Berry, Emmett Alliston, 161 Berry, Eugene Sexton, 143, 180, 344 Berry, James Lampton, Jr., 179. 267, 344 Berry, Robert Donald, 180 Berry, Richard Wheeler, 283, 328 Berry, Vicki Elise, 249. 362 Best, Edwin Moore, 180, 344 Bethea, Jack Risher Bethea, Richard T. D. 157 Bethea, Sarah H. Betz. Emily Sue, 311 Bevill James Kenneth Bevill, Rodney L., 311 Bhagat, Sheela Bhasin, Harish Peshorilal Bickley, Helen Claudia Biddle, Arlen Kirk, 180, 344 Biddy, Beverly Jean, 257, 328 Biedenharn, Elizabeth L., 251. 362 Bien, Harvey Dale, 179, 362 Bigger, Olivia Ann, 247, 362 Biggers, Jenny Lee, 245, 362 Bigham, Jimmie Dean Bihr, Dorothy D. Ragsdale Biles, Philip K. Billings, Barbara Ann, 253, 328 Billings. Charles David, Jr., 143, 34 Bills, Robert Conner, 180. 283, 36; Binford, Harriet Nelson, 311 Bing, William Wayne Bingham, James W. Birchett, Thomas C., 180 Birdwell, Betty C., 249, 328 Bishop, Barbara Ann, 311 Bishop, Harold S., 362 Bishop, Laura Cheryl, 251, 344 Bishop, Victoria Lee, 249, 311 Bishop, William Lloyd, 188, 362 Bisland, Cornelia Eliz Bittle, James Martin Bittle Judith Anne, 257, 362 Bivona, David Joseph Black, Carl Victor, Jr., 328 Black, Harry Lamar, 275, 344 Black, Henry H., 180, 277, 344 Black, Lillian Shaw, 328 Black. Sandra Lee, 251, 311 Blackburn. Betty Barrett, 247, 362 Blackburn, James D., 265, 328 Blackledge, Ronald Calvin, 119, 1 362 Blaine, F. Matthew, 344 Blair, Barbara Christine, 241, 362 Blair, Beverly J., 241 Blaize , Leslie Emile, Jr.. 328 Blalack. Bill Edward, 298 Bland, Gennie Louise Bland. William Anthony, 143 Blandford, Kenneth Leo, 362 Blankenship, Nancy B., 311 Blanton, Omega Castles Blanton, Ramona Gayle Blass, Alma Marie Blauert, James Gray, 180, 269. 362 Blaydes, Jeanette Beaver, 362 Blehm, Leland Adam, 311 Bleimeyer, Joseph Hugh, 285, 362 Bloch, Lois jean, 241, 311 Block. Evelyn Cecelia, 245, 344 Jim Crighton Blough, 180, 287, 34 Blount, Charlayne Eliz Blount, Jerry Holmes, 291, 298 Blount, Jerry Lee, 265, 328 BIount. Joseph Lamar, 200, 344 Blue. Penny Ann, 243, 344 Blumenthal, Henry S., III, 283, 29 Blumer, Thomas John Board, Harry R., 293, 294, 328 Boatner, Phyllis Faithe, 2 59, 344 Boatright, Sandra jean, 344 Boatright, Wanda Earle Bobbs, William Henry, 269, 398 Boettcher, Bonnie Marie Bogen, Edward Joshua. Jr. Bogen, Eugene Michael, 129.. 148 Bogen, Gordon Jerome, 180. 273 Boggan, Patricia Lynn. 247 Bogg s, Wendell Davidson Bogue, Thomas L. III Boland, Michael. J.. 143, 177, 328 Boland. Nell Ann Boland, William Patrick. 311 Bolen, John David, 311 Bolen, Modine Day Boling, John Loyd, 1110. 265 Bolt, Eunice Faye, 101, 251. 362 Bolton. Beverly Anthony. 251. 344 Bolton, Richard Paul Bolton, Walter T., 344 Bomboy, David W., 132. 143. 287. Bond, Barry Keith Bond. Donald Warner Bond, William Bonds, Eldridge Dean, 173 Bonner, James Preston Booher, David L., 189, 191 Booker, Thomas Leroy, 299 Bookman, Mary Grace, 259, 362 Boone, Frank C., Jr., 344 Boone, Kenneth Leonard Boone, Sharon Lynn, 253. 328 Boone, William Elliott. 344 Booth, Carl Clifton, 362 Booth, George Robert. 188 Booth, John Robert, 179 Booth, Linwood Hall Boozer, Larry Thomas, 344 Borchert, Martin John, Jr. Borden, James Pennington. 194, 311 Borden, Lee Hansell, 273..362 Boren. Charles S.. 141, 146, 271 Borthwick, Mary Diane. 245, 344 Bost, Fannye John, 298 Bostwick. Robert H., III, 287 Botto, John Edward, 180, 273, 344 Bottom. John Thomas III, 181, Botts. Lillian Sullivan, 311 Bounds, Jr., George L., 129, 298 Bounds, Walter M., Jr. Bourgeois, Edna A., 328 Bourland, Jesse Allen Bourland, Larry Glenn, 143, 311 Bourland, Sheila Ray, 362 Bourn, Fred Exzell, Jr., 133, 134. 1 137;141, 143, 279, 299 Bourn, Joe Ray, 161 Bourn, Rebekah Toland, 344 Bouton, John Brinkley, 165, 188 Bouton, Joseph Henry, 267, 362 Bove, John F., 174 Bowden, Charles Kenneth, 180 Bowden, Clarence Wayne Bowen, Bettie Margaret, 253 Bowen. David Larry Bowen] James B.. Jr., 277, 344 Bowen, John H., III Bowen, John Henry Bowen, Kit Hansen. 179, 362 Bowen, Margaret Lowrance Bowen, Martha Burrough, 245, 362 Bowen, Mary Allen, 245 Bowen, Roy Glenn Bower, Byron Buxton Bowie, Claude Penn, Jr., 160, 311 Bowling, Linda Ann Bowman, Glenda Annette, 362 Bowman, Thomas Arthur Box, David A., 344 Box, Simeon Alexander Boyce, Brenda Ann, 239, 249 Boyd, Calmar Alton, Jr. Boyd. David Maurice, 132, 141, 143, 31 Boyd, John Larry Boyd, Judy Elizabeth. 245, 344 Boyd, Maynard E. Boyd, Robert Charles, 144. 299 Boydstun. John Herbert, 143, 283. 344 Boyett, Charles Arthur Boyett, Charlotte Ann Boykin, Donald William, 179 Boyle, Robert Thomas Boyle, Thomas Wendell Boyles, Howell Johnson. 328 Boyles, William Brinley Bozeman. William Steven, 118. 189. 261, 265 Brackett. Gayle Dana, 249, 344 Bracy. Timothy Ford. 344 Braddock, Emma Marie Braddock. Mary Emily, 247. 344 Bradford. Lanny Baxter. 180, 279. 362 Bradford, Stephen Cale Bradham, Thomas W. Bradley, Anne Patton. 245. 34-1 Bradley, Barbara Beck. 243 Bradley, Floyd Andrews, 189 Bradley, Laura Lipsey Bradley, Patricia Anne, 125, 136. 251, Bradley. Peggy Lorene. 362 Bradley. Robert Lee. Brady, Joe Alister. Jr.. 277, 311 Brady, Paul Michael. 174 Brame, Betty Jean Brame, Cynthia Louise. 398 Bramlett, Janie Marie Bramlett. Paul Ken, 299 Bramwell, Aim Lannom, 119. 243. 299 Branch. Wesley Ellis, 283. 311 Brand, Betty Laura, 249: 362 Brand, William Gary. 362 Branham, Anna C.. 251, 328 Branson. Richard Hune, 180 Brasfield, Craig Evan, 100 Brasfield, James Scott. 277 Bratt, Frank Whitty ' . 311 Bratton, Charles Christman. 165. 362 Bratton. Margaret ,J. Braun, Frank Xavier. 189, 362 Braun, Louis E. Brawley, Eddie Eugene 283. 311 Browner, Arlin Braddock. 311 Brawner, Jerry Wayne, 216 Breath. Charles A., III, 275. 328 Breedlove, Gary Eugene, 328 Breland, James Thompson Breland, Joseph M. Breland, Norman Leroy, 128 Brent, Michael, James, 181. 344- Brett, Maurice R., 194, 328 Brewer, Aubrey Horace Brewer, Cherl Kay, 328 Brewer, Nancy Clarke Brewer, Wanda Jean Brewer. William Van Breyer, John Stewart, 191 Bridges, James Wilson, Jr., 271, 299 Bridges, Kenneth Daniel Bridgforth, Allie Watkins, 245, 328 Bridgforth, Barry Wilson Brigance, Marjorie Laverne Brigham, Norma Lee, 247, 344 Bright, Aubry William, 328 Bright. Steven, 180. 362 Brigtsen, Norman C., Jr. Brim, James A., 279, 328 Bringmann, Norma Jones Briscoe, Elizabeth Ann, 328 Briscoe. Marvin Earl Brister, Calvin Cotten, 144, 299 Brister, Mary Lynn Brister, Sue Carole, 245, 311 Britt, Janice Ione, 251. 362 Brittingham, William W., 283, 311 Britton, Howard Lynn, 161, 299 Britton, Isabella, Nan. 243, 345 Broach, Robert E., 128, 148 Brocato, Hess Reymond Brock, Henry Donnie, 104, 129, 141, 148, 275, 299 Brock, Richard William, 141, 261. 279, 299 Brockman. Elizabeth Ann Brockmann, Gary Wayne, 219 Brodofsky, Sidney, 362 Brooks, Beverly Jo Brooks, Beverly Nell Brooks, Charles L., 328 Brooks, Maryann Brooks, Patricia Ann Brooks, Patricia Ann, 257, 362 Brooks, Robert Norman Brooks, Thomas Joseph Broom. Judith Dianne, 253, 345 Broom. William . Broome, Earl Wayne Broome, Robert H., 299 Broome, William Larry Brougher, Robert T. Broun, Charles Wood. III. 183. 291, 362 Brown, Carla Kennedy, 113 Brown, Deborah Irene, 362 Brown, Donnie Joe Brown, Fredda Jo, 243. 363 Brown, Gerald Kenneth Brown, jack Davis Brown, James Lee Brown, John A., 299 Brown, John E. Brown, Joseph Paul, 153. 299 Brown, Kenneth Baxter, 143. 160. 328 Brown, Lawrence Newton, 283, 363 Brown, Linda Lee Brown, Mae Elizabeth, 239, 243. 345 Bro wn, Margaret R. Brown, Marilyn L., 115, 255. 311 Brown, Marion Lowell, 328 Brown, Richard Harris, 265 Brown. Richard Harrison, 179 Brown, Suzan, 245, 328 Brown, ' Thomas W.. Jr. Brown, Virginia Nell. 239. 251, 311 Brown William H., Jr.. 299 Brown, William Van. 345 Brown, Winfred Earl Browne, Margaret Olivia, 259, 311 Browne, William C., 200 Browning. jack M., 279, 311 Broyles. Morris Oliver Brucker, Alan P. Brumfield. Nancy Lynn, 241 Brumley, Charles B.. jr. Brummett, Dianna Lynn, 149. 328 Brunini, Edmund Lawrence Bruno, Mary Carolyn, 91, 130, 239. 345 Brunson. Robert Ryan Brunt, Rex H., 328 Bryan, Coleman Jackson, 180 Bryan, Dolton Gary, 180. 363 Bryan, John R., 191, 328 Bryant. D. Marie. 345 Bryant, David Leland, 102, 119, 104, 141. 143, 156, 289, 311 Bryant, Frankie E. Bryant, Frederick H., 179 Bryant, Martha Ann Bryant, Michael Bradford, 188, 275, 363 Bryant, Ruth Mabry, 311 Bryant, William Andrew, 180, 363 Bryant, William Joseph Bryant, Zetta Mae. 91, 130, 251, 363 Bryson, James Robert Bryson, William P. Buchanan, Bruce Emmett, 179, 279. 363 Buchanan, Paul Andress ' , 180. 345 Buchanan, Steve, Buchanan, Thomas fucker Buchholz, Elizabeth Anne, 121 Buchholz, Frederic Albert, 189. 275, 363 Buck, George Sumner. III. 312 Buck, Rebecca Ann. 251, 363 . Buckler, Gary Velle Buckles, Donald Edward Buckles, Wanda Tracy Buckley, Lawrence F. Buckley, Thomas Michael Bufkin, Mary E.. 251, 363 Buford, Donna Lee, 111, 245, 345 Buford, Nancy, 299 Buford, Thomas Alexander Bullard, Elvin Dwight Bullard, Gayle D., 345 Bullard, Janice, 345 Bullard, Mascle Sparks Bullard. Wanda Faye, 328 Bullard, William R. Bullen. Glenn W. Bullock, Paula Ann, 152, 363 Bulmer, Charles Bunch, Austin Warren, 312 Bundy, William T., Jr. Buckley, Joel William, III, 275, 312 Bunn, Courtney Kathleen, 247, 363 Burchfield, Brian Anthony Burdine, Elizabeth Burdine, James Harold, 273 Burdine, Jane Rule Burdison, Frances Sandra, 328 Burdock, George Allan, 328 Burgess, James Lee. Jr., 275, 345 Burgin, Helen F., 249, 363 Burgoyne, Pamela Adair, 162, 163, 259, 363 Burhorn, Charles, 227, 216 Burk, john S ., Jr. Burks, Charles Edmund, 328 Burks, James Alton Burks, Sharon Riddick Burleson, John Lindell Burleson, Pamela Gardiner Burnett, Francis Gerald, 261, 283, 328 Burnett, John Jay, 134 Burnette, Richard Brian, 269, 345 Burney, Mary Paula Burns, Barbara Anne Burns, Bonnie B., 247, 329 Burns, Robert Stephen Burns, Rosa ., 148, 149, 329 Burrell, Donald Raymon, 291, 329 Burress, Susan R. Burroughs, Paul Parker Burrow, William Owen Burson, Sally Pegues, 243, 363 Burson. Susan Jane, 243, 345 Burst, Robert Amel Burt, Larry Warren Burt, Lucy Craddock Burton, Franklin Gail, 329 Burton, James Daniel Burton, Marjorie Ann, 241, 363 Burton, Walcie Leon, 312 Busby, Camille Diane Busby, Clara Faye Buse. Tommy Sims Bush, Alan L., 200, 227 Bush, Charles Perry Bush, Frederick ., 187, 277, 312 Bussler, Ronald Arthur Butler, Elizabeth 5., 139, 159. 168, 245, 312 Butler, George Wayne, 279 Butler, Herbert Mark, 329 Butler, Mary Lacey Butler, Merlyn W., 245, 363 Butler, Tommy Landis, 219 Butler, Warren Harold, Jr. Butt. Merrie Douglas Butterfield. Bonita, 245, 312 Butterfield, Charles 14., 129, 141, 148 Byers, Ellis S. Byers, Estelle A. Byers, George Garrett, 147, 178, 195. 271, 329 Bynum, Gus Ames, 289, 329 Byrd, Harold Joseph Byrd, Lawrence Robert, Jr. Byrd, Ollen Keith, 161 Byrd. Patricia Anne, 259, 312 Byrd, William Dean, 329 C Cabaniss, Rita Proby, 247, 329 Gaffey, Josh William, III Cain, Bobby Joe, 299 Cain, Cynthia Louise, 247 Cain, Katherine Sterling, 247 Cain, Richard Lee Cain, William Sterling, 285, 363 Calder, Willie Frank, 299 Caldwell, Carolyn D. Caldwell, James E., 188, 279, 299 Caldwell. James Patrick, 179, 289, 363 Caldwell, John Dale, 265, 363 Caldwell, Johnn M., 299 Caldwell, Julia Holmes Caldwell, Pamela Brevard, 251, 345 Caldwell, C., 121, 255, 329 Caldwell, Suzanne Rye Caldwell, William Henry, 285. 363 Calhoon, Ione Teackle W., 251, 345 Calhoun, Norman John, 281, 312 Callender, Marion Ayleen, 363 Callicutt, Thomas L., Jr., 345 Callihan, Robert Douglas, 180 Caloway, Grover Randolph, 190, 191, 11 329 Calvasina, Eugene J., 183, 281, 299 Calvert, James Lauren, 289, 363 Calvin, John Henry, Jr. Camp, Barbara Ann, 149, 329 Campassi, Charles L. Campassi, Michael, 180, 275, 363 Campbell, Charles Russell, 291, 329 Campbell, Clarke T. Campbell, David Wayne Campbell, Gerard Willett Campbell, James McDonald, 137, 189, 329 Campbell, Jan Haven. 139, 312 Campbell, Jonathan A. Campbell, John Patrick, 363 Campbell, Kristin Kay, 259, 363 Campbell, Calvin, Jr., 165 Campbell, Robert Maxwell Campbell, Ronald W. Campbell, Susan Baker, 249, 363 Campbell, Virginia C., 249, 329 Canizaro, Joseph Ed, Jr., 275, 345 Canizaro, Vincent Jack Cannada, Cecil Merrill, Jr. Carman, Bill Joe Canning, Cheryl Louise, 312 Cannon, Glenn Dale, 200, 289, 345 Cannon, Jerry Wayne, 299 Cannon, Mary Carolyn, 312 Canterbury, John William, 180, 363 Canty, Patricia Ann, 1113, 119, 149, 2: 249, 345 Canup, Jimmy Ray Canup, Johnnie Fae, 3 12 Canup, Martha Gems Canup, Nancy Ruth Caperton, Charles Henry Caples, Edgar Lee, 345 Capparelle, Joann Therese, 241 Cappleman, Frances Hodges Capria, Anthony Michael, 180 Cardwell, Ronald Estes, 181, 267, 345 Carey, John Edward Carithers, Michael R.. 279, 329 Carleton, Reese M. Carlisle, Barry W., 180 Carlisle, Betty M. E. 98, 126, 127, C E., 241, 329 Carlisle, Donald Risher, 299 Carlisle, John D., 273 Carlisle, Richard Lamar, 179 Carlisle, William T., 277 Carlson, David Robert Carlton, Sidney, 253, 363 Carnahan, Carolyn Sue Carnahan, James Roy Carnathan, Gary Lee, 128. 299 Carnes, Duwaye Douglas Carney, Robert Donnell, Jr., 179, 277 Carpenter, Cecil L. Jr. Carpenter, Edwin B., Jr., 273, 329 Carpenter, Ira W., Jr., 143, 155, 267, 3, Carpenter, Meredith Davis, 118, 251. 3 Carpenter, Philip Wade, 363 Carpenter, Rome, 101 Carpenter, Terry Carol Carpenter, Wayne Obrian, 181 Carr, Beverly Lou, 329 Carr, Emmett Wayne Carr, Forrest L., 299 Carr, Gaye • Roden Carr, James E., 283, 329 Carraway, Marvin Leeton, 363 Carrier, Henry Nash, III Carrington, Carolyn L., 249, 312 Carroll, Sammy Jacob, 180, 345 Carroll, Sarah Patricia Carruth, Nancy Jeanne, 245, 329 Cartee, Verbon Pearson, 180, 279, 363 Carter, Dudley H. Carter, Elizabeth Chapman. 91, 104, 1 113, 119, 148, 149, 247, 312 Carter, Jimmy Truett Carter, Kirk Paxton, 277 Carter, Milburn, 329 Carter, Robbie, 149, 345 Carter, Terry Alan, 180, 345 Carter, William A. 143, 345 Carter, William Raymond Cartwright, Glenn Thomas, 161, 312 Carver, Candace Anne Carver, Carol Ann, 243, 329 Casano„ joseph J., Jr., 269, 329 Case, John Stringer Case, Susan Lee, 251, 329 Cash, Jimmy Horace, 180 Cashin, Ronald C., 345 Cason, William Hamilton Cassaday, Michael M. Cassady, John Michael, 283, 329 Cassady, Trudi Mercier Cassidy, Carol Evelyn, 255. 312 Casion, Lester Bramlette, 227, 200 Catlin, William, III, 180, 287, 363 Catt, James Leroy, Jr., 193, 194, 312 Caulfield, James Barron, Jr., 265, 363 Caulfield, John Douglas, 329 Cauthen, Mary E., 148, 149, 312 Cavender, Bobby Joe, 180 Cayce, Charles Thomas Cekau, Robert Paul, 329 Center, Gera ld H., 299 Center, Rebecca 13. Cerny, Jan Edwin Chadwick, Jefferson P., 345 Chaffin, William Michael, 137, 181, 2 345 Chain, Bela J., Jr. Chamberlain, George L., 180, 287 Chamblee, Loui s R., 216, 345 Champion, Anisette Johnston Champion, James Henry, 180, 289, 363 Champion, John Powell, 174 Chanceller, Joseph Ernest Chancellor, Lester Manly, 287, 345 Chandler, Carolyn Webber, 251, 329 Chandler, Kyle, 182, 277 Chaney, Kay, 299 Chang, Hung Chili, 299 Chapman, Cynthia Louise, 247, 345 Chapman, Diana Carolyn Chapman, Larry H., 329 Chapman, Richard Wallace Charbonnet, Jamie Obrien Charest, Robert Dexter Chase, Alfred Wightman, 329 Chase, Alma Carole, 149, 249, 312 Chase, Jerry Stephens, 132, 143, 299 Chassaniol, Emmett Joseph Chatham, Gerald Wilborn Cheairs, Thomas W., III, 329 Cheatham. James B. Cheeks, Gurlyn Alex Cheeseman, Donald F.. Jr. Chenault, Ramona S., 345 Cheramie, Van Joseph, 163, 180, 21 294, 345 Chesnut, Robert W., 195, 312 Chesteen, John Row, 312 Chilcutt, Mimi Elizabeth, 249, 345 Childers, Paul Milton, 312 Childress, Bobby W., 312 Childs, James Lawrence, Jr., 329 Childs, Thomas Everett, Jr. Chiles, Charlene Frances, 345 Chinn, Patricia D. Chisholm, Elsie C., 345 Choat, Glinda Jean. 101, 329 Choe, Hyong Kil, 169, 312 Chotard, Manche Bennett, 166 Chotard, Richard Demeyere Chow, Sallye Laye, 345 Chrestman, Carolyn Ross Chrestman, Ann Cynthia, 91, 130, 2, 363 Chrestman, Dean, 115, 118, 136, 245. 3: Chrestman, Reuben L., 132. 289. 3, Christ, John Wade Christ, Samuel D., Jr., 165 Christ, Samuel David Christian, Ernest Powell Christopher, Hellon Gail, 159, 257, 345 Chu, Shu Hong, 312 Chunn, Anson Bobby, 137, 312 Chinn, Clifton B., jr., 200. 287, 345 Church, Dixie Jane Chustz, Sandra Lynn, 257, 312 Chustz, Steve, 180, 265 Cipollina. Anthony Edward, 293, 363 Cissna., Mary Louise, 259, 363 Cissna, Volney Judson, Jr., 153 Clancy, James Wright, 273, 345 Clanton, Melissa Lynn, 159, 363 Clark, Alvah E., Jr., 261, 275 Clark, Ann Carol, 126, 127, 251 Clark, Barbara Ruth Clark, Coy Austin Clark, David Byrd, 118 Clark, Douglas E., jr., 277 Clark, Harold Nowlin, 182, 277 Clark, Jane Kay Clark, Joe Howell, 179, 279. 363 Clark, Michael Eugene, 180 Clark, Richard Cottrell Clark, Ronald Hamilton, 287 Clark, Sandra Jo, 253, 345 Clark, Thomas Wayne Clark, Wanda Dawn, 345 Clarke, John Carey, 190, 275, 345 Clarke, Lee Oliver Clary, Donald Bain, 312 Clay, James R. Clayborne, Tolice Long Clayton, Gordon G., Jr.. 312 Clayton, Hugh Carter, 177, 195, 277. Clayton, Michael Lee Clayton, Susan, 253, 329 Clayton, William J., 265, 313 Clement, Neal G., 277, 313 Clement, William F., Jr., 277 Clements, Diane M., 313 Clements, Randall Wayne Clements, Rush M., 299 Clemmer, Burton C., II Clemmer, James Edgar, 329 Clemmons, Durward B., III Cliburn, Cecil Deberry, 299 Clifford. Karen Lynne, 104, 120. 139, 253, 313 Clifton, Danny Rae, 178, 329 Clifton, Rose E. Clifton, Susan McWilliams Clifton, William G. Clingmam, Keith P., 134, 137, 285, 329 Clinton, Anita C., 255. 329 Clinton, Marjorie Sue, 363 Clinton, Richard Bunton, 190, 195 Cloud, Charles Randall, 261, 289. 345 Cloutman, Karen Ruth, 259, 347 Coates, Bobby Albert, 160, 299 Coates, Evelyn Louise, 255, 347 Cobb, David Louis, 118, 289, 313 Cobb, James Dennis, 313 Cobb, Judy Carolyn, 239, 251, 313 Cobb, Marie Elapse, 363 Coburn, Victor Dennis, 180 Cochran, Hunter Kelsey, Jr. Cockerham, John Stephen, 143, 283, 34 Cockerham, Philip Lance Cockrell, Jerald Davis, 347 Cockrell, Susan Beattie, 158, 347 Goers, Cathleen Nelson. 255, 363 Cofer, Edwin Tharp, 118 Coffey, Bland Dodds, 313 Coffey, Mikel Lee Coggin, Frederick Rea, 151, 100, 289, 3, Coggin, James V., Jr. Coker, Onnie Rex, 180 Coker, Rickey F., 180, 275 Coker, Robert Earl Coker, William Harlow Colbert, Mary Dianne, 251, 329 Colbert. William Bradford Coldwell, Elizabeth Ann, 363 C ole, Marsha K., 329 Cole, Robert Gary Cole, Ronald K., 128, 148, 291, 299 Coleman, David Lee Coleman, Dennis Franklin Coleman, Elizabeth Ray Coleman, Gail Jean, 173, 347 Coleman, George E., Jr. Coleman, Gwyneth Jane Coleman, Katherine C., 251, 363 Coleman, Michael Wallace, 143, 287, 3 ' Coleman, Ronald Glen, 219 Coleman, Sans MacGregor, 180 Coleman, William D., Jr., 180, 265, 313 Collier, Carolyn Collier, Constance Marie. 249, 364 Collier, John Brooks Collier, Terry Lee, 180, 200 Collier, Thomas Harris. III, 179. 267. 31 Collins, Don Kelly, 180, 293, 347 Collins, Homer D., 113 Collins, Lillye Jane, 158. 159, 241, 329 Collins, Mac Kelly, 300 Collins, Robert Kay, 189 Collums, Van Aubrey Colmer, William Jeffrey Colvin, Joan Estella, 251, 329 Colvin, Judith Ann, 251, 31:3 Combs, Carolyn Byrd Combs, Clyde Maurice, Jr. Comer, Thomas Howard. Jr. Comer, Wayne Peter, 313 Commander, William Edward, 287 Commer, Malcolm Jefferson, 277, 364 Compton, Emily Deupree, 251. 313 Compton, john King, Jr. Condon, Gail Hanley, 255, 330 Condon, William Patrick, 179. 347 Conlon, John Edward Conn, Joan Harriet, 255. 364 Conn, Lynn Turner, 330 Connaway, John M. Connell, Mary Ann Connell, William C., Jr. Conner, Carol Diane, 347 Conner, Lee K., 283, 330 Conner, Raymond M., 129, 141. 148 Connor, Pamela Jane, 257, 364 Connors, Thomas Matthew, 189 Cook, John Joseph. 155, 181, 277, 347 Cook, Lucius P., 273 Cook, Martha Sue Cook, Mary Bibb, 300 Cook, Peggy M., 130, 249. 364 Cook, Robert Timothy, 190, 287 Cook, Samuel Robert Cook, Thomas Archie, 347 Cook, William Harold Cooke, Barney Lee, 189, 267.:364 Cooke, Frances Amelia, 91, 100. 102. 1 124, 177, 239 Cooke, Gaines Lassabe Cooke, Michael Dale, 277, 313 Cooksey, Thomas Edward, 277 Cooley, Clay Dennis, 148 Cooley, Judy Lynn, 257, 364 Coon, Judith Ann, 257 Coon, Margaret Ann, 313 Cooper, Daryl L. Cooper, Kathy Ann, 249, 364 Cooper, Mary Belle J. Cooper, Mary Beth Cooper, Merry Carole, 243, 364 Cooper, Norman Varna] Copeland, Jane Marie, 364 Copeland, Larry Joe, 193, 194, 330 Copeland, Margie Fay, 313 Coppenrath, Gerald R. Corban, Alton Lee, Jr.. 143, 283, 313 Corban, John Quint, 279, 364 Cornelius, Lynn Fay Cornelius, Philip T., 300 Correro, Anthony Phillip, 300 Correro, Sam Philip, 300 Corretti, E. Suzanne, 243, 347 Cothran, Toni A., Jr.. 261, 293, 313 Cothren, James P., 148, 277, 300 Cotten, Abby Ann, 255, 364 Cotton, Carroll L. Cotrrell, Albert P. 277 Courtney, Louis Bilbo, 313 Covington, Albert Donald, 180, 273 Covington, Waymon Nevitte, 191 Cowand, Gary Ray, 180. 347 Coward, Charles B., 200, 287 Cowley, Charles Gattis Cowsert, Hugh Ingram, 1130, 364 Cox, Alin C., Jr. Cox, Barbara Ann Cox, Bobby Joe Cox, Bonnie, 173 Cox, Clara Dean, 149, 251, 313 Cox, Donald Robert, 330 Cox, Elizabeth Afton, 257, 364 Cox, Everett Lawrence Cox, Gary C. Cox, Howard Raymond Cox, John Madison, 273 Cox, Roger D., 289, 330 Cox, Warren E. Craft, Ann Elizabeth Craig, Bernice D. Craig, Clarence R., Jr. Craig, David Lester, 180 Craig, Nancy Ann, 330 Craig, Sarah Gayle, 136, 253, 347 Crain, Warren Bryan Crain, William J. Cranford, Janelle, 241, 330 Craven, Bobby Eugene Crawford, Buren R., 330 Crawford, Crispen L., Jr., 161 Cranford, George Terrence, 180, 347 Cranford. James Taylor, Jr., 188, 285, 364 Crawford, John Byron, 285, 330 Crawley, Charles Eugene, Jr. Crawley, David E., III, 128, 148 Crawley, Ethel J., 173 Creekmore, James Hiram Creekmore, Lucile M. Creekmore, Wade H., Jr., 129 Crelot, Robert, 330 Crews, Charlie J. Jr., 279, 364 Crider, John Bellamy, 300 Crisler, Anne Murdock, 95, 255, 330 Crocker, Elvis Wayne Crocker, Jerry Lee, 165 Crockett, Clay McAmis, 143, 181 Crockett, James R. Croft, Jo Candace, 101, 144, 245, 347 Cromeans, John William. 180, 267, 364 Crook, Jon, 182 Croons, Michael Luckey Crosby, Barbara K., 347 Crosby, James R., Jr. Crosby, G., 180 Cross, Carla Cecilia, 136, 239. 241, 347 Cross, Frances Victoria, 259, 364 Crossley, Robert Clayton, 188, 291, 364 Crouch, Jessica Louise Crouch, Michael Avery, 191, 330 Crouch, Suzainne McNeil, 149, :313 Crow, Edward Jennings, Jr., 160, 313 Crowder, Donald W. , 330 Crowder, Elizabeth Viola, 313 Crowe, Richard Leon, 180 Crull, Luther Putnam. Jr.. 181. 277 Crumby, Charles Floyd, 181, 364 ' Crumpton. James M., 347 Crutcher, James William, 181, 347 Crutchleld, Mary House Cruthirds, Nelson Redic, 180, 275, 347 Cruthirds, Virginia Irlyn, 330 Cuchens, Victor Henry, Jr., 313 Cuevas, Lehman Joseph, 313 Cuevas, Vincent John, 364 Cuicchi, David Lee, 181, 364 Cuicchi, James Edward, 300 Culpepper, Susan Anne, 364 Culpepper, Thomas Joseph Culver, Kenneth Ray, 181, 364 Cumberland, Ferman Dan, 347 Cummings, James William, Jr., 181 Cummings, Leonard O., Jr. Cummings, Robert Ray Cummins, Lynn Wallace, e 190, 287 Cunningham, Charles W. Cunningham, Irven Edwin, 179 Cunningham, James Emmitt, 277, 347 Cunningham, Julian Douglas, 227, 100, 200 Cunningham, Larry Lamont, 143, 19:. ' 193, 194 Cunningham, Madalyn, 193, 251, 364 Cupit, Thomas Lapell Curran, Christopher, 247, 364 Curran, James Michael. III Currie, James M., 141, 190, 279, 347 Currie, James Tyson, 118, 143, 172, 261 267, 294, 330 Currie, John Melvin, 181, 267, 364 Curry, Patricia Ann, 243, 313 Curtis, Raymond A. Curtis, William H., 134, 313 Custer, James William. 188 Cushman, Townsend Hamilton Cushman. William Chandler. 287, 364 D Dabbs, Charlotte Ann Dabbs, Daphne Lavern. 249, 364 Dabbs, Gilford F., III, 283, 300 Dabbs, James Dutch, 347 Dabney, Daphne Frances, 253, 364 Dagostino, Arthur Daniel, 179, 281, 364 Dale, Donna Leigh, 255, 364 Dale, Joe Allen, 189 Dale. John Lipscomb, 141. 146, 156, 17 195, 289, 313 Dalessandro. Carmine Daley, Shirley W. Dalton, Dale Galbraith. 159, 245. 330 Dalton, Sam E., III Daniel, Charles M., 181 Daniel, Daney Adeline, 243, 313 Daniel, Lloyd Coppedge Daniel, Robert `ferment Daniel, Sandra Lynn Daniels, Gloria Sue, 241, 364 Daniels, Maurice Lary, 364 Daniels, Thomas Lee, 191, 364 Dannreuther, John West. 181, 364 Darby, William Gordon, 118 Darby, William Thomas Darden, Frances Louise, 118. 347 Darnell, David Stephen, 122, 147, 18 287, 330 Dashairya, Bhagwan Das, 300 Darnell, Thomas H. Daugherty, Stephen N. Daughton, Martha Jane, 259, 313 Dauterive, Barbara Lynn Dauterive, Leroy D., 153, 300 Dauzat, Sam V., 300 Davenport, William D., Jr., 179, 291. 34 Daves, Ralph Lee David, James Christopher, 347 Davidson, James Joseph, 271, 313 Davidson, Leigh Lorraine, 247, 330 Davidson, Lora Harris Davidson. Marion Bea, 169, 330 Davis, Billy Boyd Davis, Carl F., Jr., 271 Davis, Carolyn Mary, 330 Davis, Catherine C., 245, 313 Davis, Charles Howard Davis, Charles Patton. 181 Davis, Claude Melvin Davis, Clyde Percy Davis, Cynthia Jo Davis, Deborah P., 364 Davis, Donna Ellen, 301) Davis, Elizabeth Ann, 173, 259, 347 Davis, Floyd Millard, Jr., 132, 143. 11 148, 300 Davis, Frances McBride Davis, Fred Lee, III Davis, Howard Q., Jr.. 265.:300 Davis, James Wilbur Davis, Jeff Vernon, 174 Davis, Jessie Emile, Jr., 285. :364 Davis, Joan Nancy Lebow Davis, Joe Curtis, 364 Davis, John Floyd. 273. 347 Davis, June Annette. 152 Davis, Karen, 126, 127. 243, 347 Davis, Leo Earl, Jr.. 330 Davis, Lloyd Lee, 330 Davis, Martha Elizabeth, 91, 130, E: 193, 249, 347 Davis, Martha Louise, 347 Davis, Morris Carl, Jr. Davis, Oscar E., Jr., 300 Davis, Philip Lee, Jr. Davis, Phillip Howard Davis, Phoebe Selina Davis, Ralph Davis, Robert Earl, 151 Davis, Robert Lee, 364 Davis, Robert Marvin, 181 Davis, Robert Sol, 313 Davis, Sallie Rinehart, 249, 347 Davis, Sammy Marion, 143, 145, 21 300 Davis, Sidney Dewitt Davis, William H., 179, 194, 287 Davis, William Sidney, 330 Davis, Winfred J., 285, 330 Davitt, Louis P., 269, 330 Dawes, James Walter, 165, 179, 347 Dawes, Paul Lloyd, 191 Dawson, Thomas Winter Dawson, William Howard Day, Clyde Eric, II, 277 Day, Hugh G. Day, Robert Joseph, 283, 364 Dean, Daniel M. Dean, David Franklin, 130, 283, 364 Dean, Michael Roy Dean, Ralph Maury, 275. 364 Dean, Tony, 165 Deare, James Davidson Deare, Janet J. Deaton, Daniel Bernard Deaton, David Lee Debay, Francis Alvin, 114. 115. 123. 164, 166 Deberry, William R., 181, 347 Decker, Larry Couch Decker, Lisa, 253, 364 Decoux, Robert Emile, 181 Deem, Elizabeth Lee, 241, 365 Deener. Linda Sue, 253, 347 Dees, Don Alfred, 152, 182, 347 Dees, James Gordon, Jr., 152, 347 Dees, James Gregory, 132, 330 Dees, Strawford H., III, 132, 195. 330 Dees, William Lee Defenbaugh, William Rich, 157 Defore, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 179 Deitrich, John Lewis Delgadillo, James Hicks, 277, 330 Deline, Donald Arthur, 141, 148 Deloteus, Dorothy Linda, 347 Demarco, Charles Gordon, 181, 293 Dement, Norman H., Jr., 181 Demetriou, Charles A., 300 Demilio, Ronald David, 275, 365 Demoss, Mariotte Craige, Jr., 193. Demoss, Thomas Howard, 285, 365 Dempsey, James D., 291, 330 Denham, Earl Lamar, 181, 261, 291.. Denham, Woodrow Wilson, Jr. Denison, Katie Clary Denley, Flavia Peeples Denley, George Timothy Denley, Harriet Lee, 330 Denley, James Hamilton, 143, 147, 347 Denney, Earl L., 291, 300 Dennie, William J. Dennis, Bernard Stephen, 287, 365 Dennis, Deborah Lynn, 159, 365 Dennis, Effie Jerrelyn, 365 Densing, Kent William Dent, Evalyn Deborah, 251, 365 Denton, Charles Leslie, 179, 277, 36 Denton, Chrisman Roberts Denton, Dorothy V. Denton, Thomas S. Deornellas, Mary Lee, 365 Derrick, Arthur Aaron, III, 181, 365 Derrick, Sidney Williams, 181, 365 Derry, Thomas Lynam Deshazo, James Hunt Deshazo, Robert Neill, 181, 265 Deterly, James H., Deterly, William Henry, 285, 314 Deuschle, Edwin John, 227, 182, 330 Devaney, Deborah Lu, 365 Devon, Donald Edward, 293, 365 Dewees, Dianne Mann, 245, 314 Dewees, Herbert E., Jr., 273. :300 Deweese, Russell Lee, 188, 365 Dexter. Mary May, 253, 330 Diaz, Marie Geralda, 365 Dice, Joseph Spratley Dick, Henry Narcise, 330 Dickerson, James Luther Dickerson, Linda Jo, 241, 365 Dickerson, Louis Rivers, Jr. Dickerson, Sherryl Ann, 314 Dickey, Donald Edward, 365 Dickey, Dorothy Ann, 243, 314 Dickey, Karen Lee, 314 Dickey, Ronald, 178, 195, 330 Dickins, Oren William Dickson, Kenneth Patton Dickson, Linda Sue Dickson, Michael Samuel, 287, 365 Diffley, Kevin K., 259, 330 Dillingham, Bruce, Jr., 227, 200 Dillon, Elizabeth Anneal Dillon, Virgil David Dillion. Willard M., Jr. Dilworth, Carroll Kim, Jr., 181, 347 Dilworth, Hiram Lee, 181, 277 Dines, Forrest, Jr. Dionne, Paul Edward Dixon, Bruce Hubert, 283, 348 Dixon, Carman Ray, Jr., 179 Dixon, Janice Lottie, 365 Dobbs, Jimmy Gage, 267, 365 Dobbs, Solon Carter, Jr.. 267, 300 Dodd, William Henry, 181 Dodson, Jack Robinson, 118, 275 Doiron, Gregory Oliver, 269, 314 Dolan, Peggy Ann, 314 Doles, Maury Auval Donald, John Alfred, 188, 330 Donald, William Duncan, Jr., 132, 265 330 Donaldson, William S. Dong, Janet, 365 Donnell, Robert E., Jr., 174, 300 Donovan, James E., 161 Doolittle, Jerry Alan, 127, 147, 348 Doran, Martha, 149, 249, 348 Doran, Moss Eugene Dorrill, George Lee, 300 Dorris, Darrell Gene, 157, 330 Dorsey, Daniel Richard, 188, 348 Dorsey, Warren Candler, Jr., 277, 300 Doss, James Arthur, 314 Dossett, Danny Earl, 216 Dossett, James K., 129, 148, 300 Doty, Glenn Alvon Dougherty, Michele Mary Dougherty, Patricia M., 348 Dougherty, Sandra J., 149, 314 Douglas, Michael Thomas, 160, 289, 348 Douglas, Peter Barry, 188, 269, 365 Dove, Roy Edward, 191 Dove, Susan E., 330 Dover, Jerry Lynn, 189, 293, 330 Dowdy, Robert Wayne Dowdy, Sammy St eve, 314 Downer, Anne M. Kuzmitz Downer, Cynthia Claire, 365 Downer, Donald Newsom Downer, Robert Selby Downing, James Lee, 277, 365 Downs, Lynne Carol Doyle, Richard James, 300 Doyle, Sidney Eugene, 153 Drace, Josef Gill Dozier, Ronald Giles, 179, 348 Drace, Josef, 181 Drake, Carl Eugene, 275, 300 Drake, Clara Frances, 257, 348 Drake, Danny Alton, 330 Drake, Margaret Grantham, 300 Drake, Thomas A., Jr., 160, 330 Dreher, Kenneth R., 181, 265, 330 Drennan, Cheryl Lee, 241 Drennan, Henry Dalton Dressler, John Timothy Dribben, Billie Barnette, 348 Droke, Joseph C., Jr., 314 Drott, Jerry Harold, 181, 348 Dubard, John Allen Dubois, Bobby W., 275 Dubose, Marilyn Louise, 330 Duck, Howard Lee, Jr., 331 Ducker, Richard E. Duckwall, David Alan Dudley, Lawrence Morgan, Jr., 105, 12 137, 156, 157, 277, 314 Duffee, Ann E., 331 Duke, Douglas Ratcliffe Duke, Mary Louise Dukes, James 0., 115, 141, 289, 331 Dukes, Thomas Jefferson, 112 Dumas, Michael Eugene, 179, 279, 365 Dumas, William T., Jr. Dunagin, Katherine York Duncan, Eric Thompson, 137, 285. 348 Duncan, Eugenia Dianne, 249, 348 Duncan, Melissa W. Duncan, Patsy Gwen, 253, 331 Duncan, Rose Ann, 241, 365 Duncan, Roy Eugene, 331 Duncan, Sara Alice, 251. 365 Dunlap, David Lamar, 171, 188 Dunlap, Lynn Hawkins Dunn, Anna Catherine, 243, 314 Dunn, Carroll Edward Dunn, Christopher A., 281, 331 Dunn, Edgar Merlin, Jr., 133, 269. 331 Dunn, James Commack, 181 Dunn, Mary Ann Dunn, Martha McCauley, 247, 314 Dunn, Nancy Jeanne, 247, 348 Dunn, Richard Minta, 300 Dunn, William David, 287, 365 Dunnam, Richard Eugene Dunnan, Malcolm George Jr. Dupree, James Edward Durbin, Michael William, 365 Durham, Charles Preston, 283, 365 Durrett, Mary Louise Duvall, Martha Allen, 314 Dye, David Richard, 300 Dykes, Jewell K., Jr., 181 Dykes, .Johnny H., 331 Dykes, Rebecca Taylor, 314 Dyre, Arnold Douglas Dyre, Barbara Jane, 241, 365 E Earhart, Rachel, 162. 253, 365 Earthman, Frances Kay, 259, 314 Easley, Everette John, 261 East, Jimmie Lawrence, 300 East, Kathryn, 253, 365 East, William Jeff, 148, 300 Easterling, Charles Ward, 181, 365 Easterling, Larry Byron, 160, 314 Easterling, Peggy Diann, 331 Easterling, S. Wayne, 129, 148, 301 Eastman, Myra Sue Eatman, Catherine April L., 331 Eatman, George Lowe Eaton, Brenda Sue, 245, 314 Eaton, Sallie R., 245, 365 Eavenson, Theresa Anne, 255, 331 Eaves, Laddie Lane Echols, John A., 146, 160, 314 Edgar, Robert T., 273, 314 Edmondson, Frederick E. Edmondson, Susan Gilda, 255, 348 Edmonson, Ben Garrett Edmonson, Martha Anne, 245, 365 Edmonson, Mary E., 114, 115, 125, 181, 245, 314 Edrington, Sandra Kay, 348 Edwards, Bobby Joe Martin, Carolyn Sue, 331 Edwards, Charles Terrell Edwards, Donna Allan, 255, 365 Edwards, Harold D. Edwards, Harold M., Jr., 265, 331 Edwards, Henry Alfred Edwards, Ina J. Reese Edwards, James R., Jr., 267, 348 Edwards, John Timothy, 181, 285, 365 Edwards, Kay E., 241 Edwards, Larry Wendell Edwards, Marilyn T. Edwards, Neva Sue, 331 Edwards, Royce D. Edwards, Thomas Beasley, 181, 269, 365 Edwards, Tommie Joe, 365 Edwards, Wanda Jean. 251, 348 Edwards, William Hudson, Jr., 179, 365 Effinger, Robert George, 365 Efird, James Phillip, 331 Egan, William John, Jr., 190 Ehrlich, Stephen Marc, 193, 194, 261 Eichold, Elizabeth Ann, 91, 114, 115, 193, 245, 262, 331 Eigen, Richard Steven, 153 Einhaus, John Carl Eisterhold, John A. Elam, Judy Kaye, 162, 247, 365 Elder, Robert Lee Eldridge, Gary Gene Elias, Ronald M., 279, 365 Elkins, Stephen G., 147, 165, 331 Ellington, William E., 128 Elliott, Carolyn Edith, 365 Elliott, Joseph Claude, 281, 294, 348 Elliott, Lewis Sherwood, 179, 269. 348 Elliott, Richard W., Jr., 314 Elliott, Thomas Neal Elliott, Walter Mac, 181, 348 Ellis, Barbara Louise, 251, 366 Ellis, Estelle Ellis, Helen June Burwell, 366 Ellis, John Clyde Ellis, Lawrence H., Jr., 265. 331 Ellis, Marylyn Page, 245, 262, 314 Ellis, Michael Edward, 348 Ellis, Mildred Teresa Ellis, Nancy M., 241, 366 Ellis, Robert Byron, Jr., 191 Ellis, Sarabeth Wilkins. 118. 245, 331 Ellis, Vicki Ann Ellis, Wilbert Marvin Ellzey, Leslie DeWitt Elmore, Betty Lee Elmore, Donald C., 189. 191. 195 Elmore, Patricia Faye, 301 Embrey, Louis Owen. 181 Embrey, Robert Randal, III, 314 Embry, Janice Phillips Embry, Ralph F., Jr. Emerson, Peggy Emmons, Marion Joseph, 331 Enchelmayer, Ernest Guy England, Gregory Moss Enoch, Joe McAdams, 181 Enochs, Karen Rebecca, 251, 366 Epps, Julie Ann Ervin, Richard Allen, 181, 366 Estes, Barbara Lee Estes, Edward Ray. 348 Estes, James A., 157, 301 Estes, Jennifer Estes, John Pointer, 285, 314 Estes, Lois Ward, 247, 331 Estes, Richard Henson Estes, ' Terry Louis Etheriedge, Deborah B. Ethridge, Lenore Lewis, 245, 366 Etheridge, Susan Dianne, 152, 331 Etheriedge. John Charles Ethridge, Thomas Monroe Ethridge, William N., IV Eubanks, Franklin Gibson, 105, 141, 143, 156, 267, 314 Eubanks, Mary Alice, 348 Eudy, Constance Lee, 331 Evans, Donnie Herbert Evans, James Wade, 152 Evans, John David Evans, Larry Leverette Evans, Lynda Kaye, 366 Evans. Nancy Clo, 257. 331 Evans, Steven Roy, 188, 191 Evans, Thomas Charles, Jr., :301 Everett, Allie Naida, 118, 172 Everett, Keren Ellen, 159. 245, 314 Everitt, Douglas L., 273 Evertz, Robert Ewert, Paula 243. 366 Ewing, David, 181 Ezell, Joe Henry, 289, 314 EzeIle, Robert Harris, 189 F Fagan. Julian W., III, 143, 200, 287 Fair, Davis Love Fair, Elizabeth Love, 136, 247, 348 Fair, Eugene Love, 133, 141, 143 Fair, Jeanne Jamison, 247, 366 Fancher, Karen D. Faneca, Cyril T., Jr.. 128, 133. I41 Fant, Helen Elizabeth, 245, 348 Farber, Charles Bradshaw, 287, 348 Farber, Charles Bradshaw Farber, Louis Allen Farese, John Boothe Farese, Vivian Stannard Fargason, Kathleen Downs, 251, 366 Farmer, Fred Arthur, 366 Farmer, James J., 227, 200, 275. 331 Farnsworth. Bruce Carver, 181. 348 Farnsworth, Perry Eugene, 188 Farr, Leslie Kathleen, 243, 348 Farrar, Elizabeth Ann, 331 Farrar, Glenn Evan. 275, 348 Farrar. Robert L., Jr. Farrell. Michael J., 281 Farris, George Thomas, 269, 348 Farris, Janis Lee Farris. Louis E., jr.. 314 Parrish, Linda. 259, 348 Fatherree, John I ' . Faughn, Jerry S. Faulkner, John Louis, 275. 331 Faulkner, Kenneth Wayne, 279. 348 Faulkner, Norris Olen, Jr. Faulkner, Thomas Lee. 293. 314 Faulkner, Vineth Eileen Faust, James S. Favret, Connie Ann Fealko, Ronald S. Fee, Warren 188. 366 Felder, Alfred L., 301 Felder. James Gary Feldman, Bernard M., Jr. Feldman, Phillip, II Fellows, Donald K.. Jr., 269 Feltenstein. Ned A. Felvey, John Victor. Jr.. 181, 279. 36), Fenimore, Nelson Stewart Fenstermacher, Nancy Lynn. 253. 314 Ferdon, William R. Ferguson. Clarence Lamar Ferguson, Gertrude. 253. 348 Ferguson, Harvey Glenn, 181. 366 Ferguson, James Marlton. 331 Ferguson. Margaret Ellen. 105. 139.. 2 259, 315 Ferguson, Rebecca Ferguson, Shirley Ann Ferguson, Susan Lamb, 348 Ferguson, William F., 301 Fernandez. Thomas Lee. 331 Ferrell, Patricia E. B. Ferrell. Rita Gay, 348 Ferris, Constance B. Ferris, Douglas Mims Ferris, Brooke. III, 301 Ferris, Margaret McKay. 187. 251. 341 Few, John William. 366 ' Field, David Dudley. Jr.. 315 Fields, Henry Lowell. 265. 3(11 Fields, John Foster Figg, Milton Hunt Filek, Leon, Jr., 360 Files, Glenn Files, Joe Clark, 3411 Finch, Evelyn Leda. 241 Finch, Jo Carol, 148. 239. 241, 331 Findley. Jerome Justin. 301 Finke, Larry Lane Finklea, Nora L.. 149. 165. 259, 331 Firestone, Dorothy Ann Fisackerly, James Samuel Fischelmayer. Ruth H.. 241 Fisher, Bessie Leona, 257, 315 Fisher, Dorothy Anne Fisher, ,Jack Wood Fisher, Jimmy Blaine, 301 Fisher. Lorabeth, 241, 348 Fisher, Rosilyn Jalaine 241 366 Fitchett. Rita Joy Fitzgerald, Jane, 255. 366 Fitzgerald. Pauline M. Fitzhugh, Scott P.. 273 Fitzpatrick. Richard S., 191 Flagg, Carolyn B.. 247, 331 Flagg, Katharine Broadwell, 247. 3411 Flanagan, Janiece, 348 Flansburg, James Raymond, 188. 271. :I Flautt, Martha Jane, 121, 245, 315 Fleming, Gorden Ware, 227, 200 Fleming. Phillip Jerome Fleming. Sarah Ellen, 366 Fletcher. Gary Franklin, 283, 366 Fletcher, Mary Catherine Ham. Fred Rusher, 126, 127, 143 179, 289, 348 Flint, Frederick Walters Flippin, James L., 181. 348 Flournoy, Carol Beth, 348 Flowers, Linda L., 257 Floyd, Dan Wilson, II Floyd, Jason Houston, Jr., 129, 1411. Floyd, Judy Wood Floyd. Myron David Floyd, Rebecca Ann, 331 Floyd, Tom Sledge, 285. 301 Floyd, Troy Hunter, 273 Fly. Henry Edward, 157, 174, 331 Flynn. Marsha Leigh Stephen Dwight, 361, Flynt, Joel Ray, 366 Flynt, Wm. Alton, Jr., 331 Fokeladeh, Mohammad Nazth. 348 Fondern, Cary Leon. Jr., 277. 301 Fondren. Mack Wayne Fontenot, Mary Diane, 348 Foose, Cynthia Vaughan, 315 Foose. Jonathan Edward, 285, 331 Foose, Nancy K., 123. 156, 245, 331 Foose, Robert M., 285, 331 Foose, Stephen Spradley, 146. 301 Ford, Dan Ralph, Jr., 181, 287, 366 Ford, Dennis Murphree. 273. 301 Ford, Dorothy Lynn, 105, 149, 315 Ford, Ebb James Ford, James David, 267, 349 Ford, Janet Lynn, 105, 139, 145, 3 Ford, Joseph M., 269 Ford, Luetta Wunderle Ford, Steven Edgar Ford, Susan Janette. 249, 366 Ford, Thomas Sparks Ford. William Reynolds, Jr., 267. 3 Ford, William Watkins Fore, David M. Foregger, Herbert V. Foret. Christopher Joseph Forman, Michael Roy Forman. Richard Lamar, 289. 349 Forman, Roane Devereux, 251. 331 Forrest, William Charles, 349 Forrester. Godfrey Ballard Fortenbery, Leon Scott Fortier, Robert Fredrick, 289, 349 Fortner, Judith Love Foster, Arthur G., 281 Foster, Edward Lee Foster. James Thomas, 181 Foster, Marilyn Pauline. 315 Foster, Ralph Davis, 191. 349 Foster, Stephen Roy. 269, 315 Foster, Telena Kaye, 259, 331 Foster, Wilson Jerome. Jr.. 301 Foulk, Dona Watson, 259. 331 Fountain, Bettye R., 158, 349 Fountain, Myrna D. Fournier, Bradley Harold. 181. 36fi Fowler, Adlin C. Fowler, Barbara Jean, 239. 243, 315 Fowler, Hallie, 253, 366 Fowler, Kenneth B.. III. 283. 3-19 Fowler, Ronald F.. 227. 200 Fowler, William Cary Fox, Claude LeRoy, 179. 349 Fox, Danny, 331 Fox, Fleeta 247 Fox, Gary Lee ' Fox, Maybelle Corinne. 153 Foxx, Steven Wayne, 181. 366 Fraiser, Rita Lynn, 349 Frame, Jesse Stewart, Jr., 200. 27; France, Jeannette Laughton. 331 France, Robert Lyle, 151. 349 Franco, Michael ,James Frank, Barbara Ellen, 239. 241. 343 Frank. Julian Park Franklin, Aline Corinne Franklin. Bessie Virginia. 349 Franklin. Lannon DeMar Franks. James Stevenson, Jr. Fratesi, Shirley Ann, 251, 315 Frazer, Katherine Lea, 245. 315 Frazier. Brenda Margaret. 349 Frazier. Claude Clinton, 181 Frazier, Gerald Bennett, 315 Frazier. Richard Clark. 332 Fred, Patrick Thomas, 190, 349 Freeman, David Barry, 181 Freeman, Deborah Sue, 243, 366 Freeman, Gary Van Freeman, John Howard, III. 287. Freeman. William L., Jr.. 118, 157. Freeny. Patricia 315 Freeze. Danny Hugh. 332 Freiler, Dale Perkins. 253. 349 French, Chryl Rose, 349 French, George Tyler, 271, 366 French, John Larry, 349 French. Susan 255, 315 Frias, Numa R., 301 Friday, Phillip Michael Fries, W. Gregory Fries, Timothy Jeffrey Frishman. Esther Rose, 173, 349 Frishman, Leon B. Frost, Neva Jean, 349 Frost, Terry Allen, 118. 289. 366 Fruge, Don Luis, 105, 134, 137, 141, 5 223, 315 Fruge, Mary Ann, 301 Fry, James Fred, 366 Frye, Nancy Helen. 255, 349 Fuchs, Joseph Paul Fuchs, Robert. Bowman, 285, 366 Fudge, Jack Dennis Fugate, Clyde Walker Filcher, Helen Robinson, 136, 156, 1 245, 349 Fuller, Joane Dowling, 162, 193, 245, Fuller, Larry M., 181 Fuller, Margaret Diane, 245, 315 Fuller, Nancy Fay, 315 Fuller, Robert Henry, 285, 315 Fulton, ' Brenda Kathryne Fulton, Rudolph Silas, 301 Fulton, Thurman Jr. Funderburk, Robert Price, 265 Furlow. William Albert, 181. 285. 366 Furr, Charles Francis, 179 Furr, Cynthia Yeats Furr, William F. Futato. Eugene Madison Charles Watkins Fyke, Frazier Earl, 287, 366 G Gable, David Lee Gable, Robert Allen, 181. 273, 366 Gabriel, James Harry, 181, 265, 366 Gafford. William Thomas, Ill, 315 Gaines, Edward Ray, 289, 301 Gaither, James Ernest Gaither, Paula Louise, 253. 366 Galbreath, William Percy, 275 Galey, Glenn Embry, 289, 294, 366 Gallo, A. Jerome. 179 Gallogly. Maria Pharr, 366 Gallop, Patricia S. Galloway, David M., 275. 366 Galloway, Harold L., 332 Galloway. James B., 289, 332 Galloway, Judith Jeanne. 249. 349 Galloway. Robert C., 129. 141, 143. 1 289, 301 Gamble, ' William Ellis. 301 Gamblin. James Elra. 227, 223, 315 Gandy, Hoyt Wilbur Ganji, Fredrick Khanshan Gann. Olen Wayne Gardner. Gail Lampton Garepis, gareps garepls Athena, 259. 366 Garland, Keith Blair, 293. 349 Garner, Dewey Duane. 141. 145, 289. 3 Garner, E. Jackson. 277. 332 Garner, Ernest Le, I. 200. 227 Garner, Harry R.. 128 Garner, John Clarence, 349 Garraway, Thomas Victor, Jr., 265. 36; Garriga, Dave Louis, 181 Garrigues, Robert M., 227, 200. 221 Garrison. Rodney Alan Garrity, Charles Thomas Garth. William P.. Jr.. 143, 101. 277, 3 Gartin, William Carroll, Jr.. 157, 285. 3 Gary, Allen Woods, 279. 349 Gary, John W.. 111, 135, 301 Gaskin. Chita Beasley, 253, 367 Gasquet. Marie Ione Gastrell, Sam Gregory. 181, 273 Gaston, Russell Nichols Gates, Alexander B. Gates, Haley S. Gates, Hugh William, III Gatewood. E. Anne, 239. 259. 332 Gatewood, Leonard B.. 143, 181. 261. 2 349 Gatlin, Nancy L.. 332 Gavin. Donald Earl Gause. Henrie McClintock Gautier, Cecelia Anne, 253. 349 Gay. Carolynn E., 251, 349 Gay, Frank G. Gay, Joe Thomas. 179. 291, 332 Gay. John Christopher, Ill Gayden, John Overton, 132, 285. 301 Gayden, Joseph H. T. Gaynard. Wayne Robert, 188, 367 Gear, Charles R., 128 Gee, Jonelle Langston, 173 Geeslin. Gary Lloyd Genin. John Lee Genin, Robert Lawrence. Jr. Gentry, Barbara May Gentry, Dwight Terry Gentry, Harriet 241 Gentry, Kenneth, 181, 349 Gentry, Murray, Jr. George, Fred Anthony, 287 George, Hershell Owen, 283, 349 George, Jane Stewart, 257, 367 George, Mary Gercens, Janis Gerdon, John Frank Gerrard, Kelly Howell, 181 Gerrard, Louie Hicks Getchell, Ellyn Lu, 332 Gex, Joseph NV. Giadrosich. Ronald B., 181, 349 Gibbons, Marjorie Elie Gibbs, John T., Jr., 189, 275, 367 Gibson, Beverly Lucile Gibson, Charles E.. III, 128. 148 Gibson. Linda, 251, 332 Gibson, Susan Knight Gibson, William J.. Jr.. 181, 349 Gifford, Samuel Minor. 11 Gilbert, Donald Lee Gilbert, Ronald James. 332 Gilbreath, Jerry Michael, 181, 265 Gildersleeve, Robert T., 293 Gilfoy, Lady Melinda, 245, 332 Gill, Kinloch. Jr. Gill, Newton Gregg, 141, 146. 195 Gillentine, David Van Gillespie, Gail, 253, 332 Gillespie, George E., Jr. Gillespie, George Y., 271, Gillespie, William Barry Gilliam. Cheryl Yvonne, 367 Gilliam, Theresa Bell, 367 Gilliland, John Lyon Gillis, Alma Claire, 259, 34 9 Gilluly, Edwin Gregory, 181, 349 Gilluly, John Joseph Gilly, Roberta Jane, 349 Girard, Charles John, 141, 301 Girod, Reith G., 367 Gitter, Mary Jane, 136. 257, 349 Gladney, James Lee, 349 Glen, Lester R. Glenn, James Allen, 181 Glenn, Linda Louise, 173 Glover, Wilma jean Gober, Donald 143, 178. 315 Gober, George Davis, 181. 367 Gober, Janice Faye Gober, Nelda Lynn, 136. 349 Godbold, John Richard, 194 Godburn. Gerald Timothy, 181 Goettman, Linda Jeanne Claudia Michele Goms, Tommie L. Golden, Gayle Lovette, 114. 115. 245. 349 Golden, Woodrow Wilson. 118, 285. 367 Goldman, Frank Bernard Goldman, Sandra, 349 Goldman, Thomas W., Jr., 301 Goldstein, Alan Barry. 332 Gole, Maurice Joseph. Golladay. Tibbs Monford, 179. 293. 367 Gooch, Charles E. Gooch, Louise White Goode, David Arnold. 367 Goodman, David Gilfred, 277 Goodman, James David. 283. 367 Goodnight. Edwin D.. 181. 265 Goolsby. Rita Lane, 367 Gordon. Alma Lee Gordon, Danny Ferrell. 181 Gordon. Emily Carol, 105 Gordon, Gary Gray, 132, 301 Gordon, Robert Tiffany. Jr.. 189. 279. 332 Gordon. Susan Gayle. 121. 13),. 249. 349 Gore, Elizabeth Ann. 315 Gorman. Robert Andrew, 194, 281. 315 Gorove, Margaret Joan Gorum. Larry Austin Goss. Robert Steven, 289. 367 Gottshall, Gay, 114, 118. 162, 349 Gottshall. William R.. Jr., 1112. 105. 112. 113. 119, 133, 157 Goudelock, Larry Wayne Gouras, Jimmy ' ,George Gowans. Carolyn Dolores, 3(11 Goza. Elizabeth, 162 Graeber, DeWitt Love. 114. 2115. 29-I. 767 Graeber, Gay Crafton. 251 Graeber. Geri Clark. 245. 332 Graeber. Lawrence Cary, 285, 349 Graeber. Rayner N. Gragson. Keith Austin Gragson, William George, Jr. Graham. Ida Hervey, 169, 241, 315 Graham, James Tyson Graham. Laurie Louise. 247. 332 Graham, Lillian Dianne. 259. 332 Graham, Lillian Smith. 247. 350 Graham, Michael Francis, 227 Graham, Richard Newell, 283, 350 Graham, Sydney E. Gramling, Ruth Elizabeth, 118, 162, 243. 350 Grant, Jimmy Wayne. 181 Grant, John A.. jr., 332 Grant, William Fredrick. 332 Grantham, Charles R.. 181, 265, 350 Grantham, John L., 277 Grasso, Arthur Dennis, 179, 367 Gratz. Michael Blakely Gravely, Kitty Hay, 257, 350 Graves. Joe Elijah 227. 133, 200 Graves, Robert W.. 181. 287 Graves. Sam Ervin. 227. 200 Graves. William Armistead. 181 Gray, Brenda Lee Gray, Bruce J.. 332 Gray. David Blackwell, 275, 332 Gray, David Montgomery Gray, Douglas Kevin, 181 Gray, Reginald Arthur Gray, Robert David. 315 Gray. Susan Elizabeth Gray, Wanda Carol, 367 Greathouse, Gary Quinn Greco, Constance Ann Green. Algie L. Green, 181. 291. 367 Green. Charley Wade. Jr., 291, 315 Green, Frederick Harrison Green, Frances Brunson Green. George W., III, 157. 273 Green, Mildred Linder, 251, 367 Green. Robert Merrill Green, Sally. Jean, 173, 255. 315 Green, William Henry, 181 Green, William Travick, 301 Greene, Thomas Arnold. 332 Greene, William B., Jr., 277, 315 Greene, William Russell, 283, 350 Greenhaw, Stephen Murdock, 279, 332 Greenich. Michael Duke, 350 Greenlee. Max Harold Greenwell, William Scott. 301 Greer, Betty J., 350 Greer, Brenda Kathryn Greer, Franklin AquiHa, Jr. Greer, George A. Greer, Patricia Ann Greer, 350 Greer, William Grady, 126, 133. 147. 315: Gregg, Don William, 367 Gregg, Don William Gregory, Ellen Jane, 249, 350 Gregory, Grier Joseph Gregory, James K. Gregory, Lanny Lee Gregory, Linda Ruth, 241. 367 Griesbeck, William G.. 3(17 Griese, Jerome Charles, 293. 302 Griese, Susan Jaco Griffin, Carolyn Sargent, 367 Griffin, James G. Griffin, Joe C., 182. 315 Griffin, Joseph Pat, 277, 350 Griffin, Richard Bradley. 302 Griffin, Susan Olivia, 332 Griffith, James Donald Griffith, James E., 132, 289. 332 Griffith, Mary Colville Grimes, F. Anita, 115, 253, 332 Grimes, George. 146, 316 Grimes, James Alan, 181, 265. 367 Grimes, Julia Raburn, 316 Grimes, Lynda Ann, 247. 316 Grimes, Robert Lawson Grinstead. Marjorie Grissom, Carl H.. 179, 350 Grissom, James Neal, 332 Grissom, Paul Owen, 367 ' Griwach, William J. Griswold, Anne Dodds. 332 Grobmyer, Robert Lawrence Grubbs, Clinton Julian, 302 Grymanis, Vasilios T., 302 Guest, Patricia Louise, 253, 350 Guest, Phyllis Merida. 121, 253, 316 Guild, Donald C. , 132, 332 Gulledge. William Ralph. Jr., 279. 316 Gulley, Charles Douglas, Jr., 367 Gunkel, Dale Owen, 161. 332 Gunn, Lawrence Cary, 143. 182. 279, 3: Gunn, Linda Jo, 245. 367 Gupta, Rameshwar Dass, 302 Garner, Betty Evans Guy, Robert Sidney Guy, William Lester, 137. 193. 194, 1 265, 332 Guyton, Cherrie Dianne Guyton, John Richard. 118, 143. 287, 3 Guyton, Michael Hardin. 275, 350 Guyton, Patrick Fleming, 367 ' Guyton, Robe rt Allan. 102, 105, 132, 1 143, 145, 287, 316 Guyton. Stephen Lufkin, 31,7 Gwyn, Teddie Frank. 291, 367 H Habes, Jilin D.. Jr.. 281. 316 Hadad. .John, III. 182 Hadad. Susan Phillips Haddock. James W., 227, 118. 20(1 Haerb, Andrea Kay, 243 Haffey, Charles Walter Hagan, Patricia Anne, 367 Hagerman, Ann. 251, 367 Hagwood, Leon Carl, 302 Haik, James Emile, 181, 269, 367 Haik, Joseph M., 200, 227 Hailey, Janet Lynn, 367 Haines, Terry Michael, 332 Haining, Sidney Webster, 273 Haj, Adel Elias Hale, Gerald Lamar Hale, Paul W., ., 171, 311, Haley, Hamilton York, 161, 316 Haley, Johnnie Miller, Jr., 502 Halfacre, William M., 332 Hailman, John R, Hall, Bradley Gaines, 181 Haim, Brenda Carolyn Hall, Brenda Zelle, 255, 316 Hall, Donald Street, Jr., 285, :350 Hall, Donna Sherilyn, 332 Hall, Dwight Joseph Hall, Francis Drake Hall. Henderson S.. Jr.. 118, 157. 11 273, 350 Hail, Holly Augusta, 249, 350 Hall, James Montgomery, 367 Hall. Jeanne Gae, 316 Hall, John Gladden Hall, John Travis, 302 Hall, Larry McDonald. 350 Hall. Laura Ann, 251, 332 Hall. Linda Gail, 367 Hall, Linda Sue, 332 Hall. Marilyn Liddell. 257, 367 Hall. Robert Franklin Hall, Sandra Nell Hall. Sylvia Ann, 316 Hall. William Larry, 188, 367 Halle. Henry, III, 153. 302 Halliday. Roberta Mae Hallquist. Robert Nels Haltom, Jolt, Thomas Hamachek, Craig Lawrence, 367 Hamblin, Becky Jean, 367 Hamblin, Bobby Carroll Hamill. Robert W. Hamilton, Catherine Allen, 253 Hamilton, Eva Tolson Hamilton, Frank Alexander Hamilton, jimmy Lynn. 132. 287, 332 Hamilton, Linda Lee, 162, 255, 350 Hamilton, McCoy Lane, 287 Hamilton. Wallace Earl. 367 Hamilton. William Barry, 289. 350 Hamm, Marcia Anne. 253, 332 Hammack, William Clanton, 219 Hammett, Harold 1 ' .. Jr. Hammett. Mary Ann Hammock. Dale Frances. 31i7 Hammond, Barbara Kay, 249, 316 Hanberry, Linda Dawn. 149, 316 Hancock, john W.. 161 Hancock. Robert Lee. 316 Hancock, Timmie, 302 Hand. Benjamin F.. III. 181. 273 Hand. James K., 316 Hand. Noah S., Jr. Haney. Elinor Lynn. 148. 243. 332 Haney. Martha Clyde, 149, 245, 359 Hanks, Patricia Jane, 149. 350 Hanley, Theodore James, 1111. 293 Hanna, Donie Christine. 31,7 Hannon. James Larry, 332 Hanson, Bruce James, 332 Hantla. George Bradley, 181. 291. 350 Haraway, Claude Fields. 265. 367 Haraway, David McWilliams Maury Martin Harbin, James Michael Hardaway. Gains Norwood. 302 Hardaway. Sally Diane. 255. 350 Harden, Marie Goodwin Harden, Theron Dewey. Jr. Hardin, Ava Evelyn Hardin, James Robert. 182 267. 294, Hardin. John Fox. 2115. 368 Mildred E. Hardin, Robert S. Hardin, Teresa Diane, 368 Harding, Barbara Lee Hardison, Robert Cecil, 287. 350 Hardister. Edward 189 Hardy, Gregory Malone, 191. 275 Hardy. Larry Jerome Hardy, Ronald Keith Hargraves, George Edward, 265 Hargraves. John Lee. 316 Harkey, Deborah Lea, 332 Harkey. Erik Gore Harmon. Lena Garrison Harmon. Marice Faye Harness, Emily Ann Harper, Addie Elizabeth. 302 Harper, Alice Marion Harper. Bryan Brand. 283. 316 Harper, Charles E., Jr., 273, 311, Harper, jahnae Harper, John M., 189 Harper, Judith K., 253, 332 Harper, Kenneth Marion, 182 harper. :Michael Pigford. 283. 368 Harper, Michael Scott, 181. 265 351 Harper, Virginia Trotter, 249, 350 Harper, William K., 273, 368 Horace Wilson Harral. Brooks Jared, Jr., 350 Harral. John Menteith, 188, 368 Harrell, William J. Harrelson. Kenneth Dale, 182, 350 Harrington. Shelley Harris, Aubrey Russell. 11, 287, 368 Harris Catherine Brigid, 251. 350 Harris, Carolyn Ann, 158. 241, 332 Harris, Craig Millar, 279. 333 Harris, Doris Moredock Harris, Hugh Howell. Jr., 161, 333 Harris, James Verlon Harris, Jerry Michael, 179, 267, 350 Harris, Judith Mitchel L. Harris. Nancy Jane Harris, Olga Holloway, 257 Harris, Phillip Gerald Harris, Robert E. Harris, Sammie D., 316 Harris. Stephen Ala,,, 188. 269, 350 Harris. Titus Lonnie Harris, William Larry, 182. 287 Harris. William Thomas, 287. 368 Harrison, Donald M., Jr., 182, 279. 350 Harrison. Duane H. Harrison. Elizabeth P., 249, 316 Harrison. Glen D. Harrison, Jayne Davis Harrison. Jerry Ray, 219 Harrison, john, Carl Harrison, Louise S.. 255, 316 Harrison, Michael G., 146, 194, 2(i7, 3 Hart, James Douglas, 333 Hart, Larry G. Harthcock. Billy H., 227. 2C0 Hartin. Martha E. Hartin, Rita M. Hartley, Edward Van Hartman. Charles W., Jr.. 182. 279. 361 Francis S. Hartsfield, 189, 279, 368 Hartsfield. James Jr. Hartshorn. John W. Hartwell. Jerold Keith, 190. 333 Hartwell, Michael Ralph Harty, Timothy Clancy, 188 Hartzog. Hugh Miller, 350 Harvey, Jan Marie. 253, 368 Harvey, John Elliot, 287, 350 Harvey, Mary Jane, 136. 162. 259, 350 Harvey. Randy Lee, 216 Harvey. William B., 129 Harwell. James Emerson. Jr. ' Haskins. Norman Gene. 277 Hasler. Scott Garner. Jr.. 227. 221, 31: Hasseltine. Hanley E.. 287, 368 Hassen Robert James. 293. 368 Hatcher, John Cary. 182, 279, 368 Hatcher. Thomas N. Hathorn, Ronnie Lawson Hattox. Brock Alan, 113, 350 Hann, Boyd Phillips, 182, 275 Haven. Louis Franklin, III. 227. 221 Hawkins, Harold Wayne. 132, 179. 35 Hawkins. .John Leonard. 182 Hawkins. Joseph G., 287 Hawkins, Linda Lee Hawkins, Susan ,Ann. 255. 368 Haworth. Pamela Marshall. 253, 316 Hayden. Henry Thomas, 161 Hayek. Victor John. Jr. Hayes. Joe Symiel, 302 Hayes, Steve Douglas. 188 Hayes, William F.. 157, 183, 277, 333 Hayles. Ronald Stephen. 182, 283. 350 Hayman. Edwin Ford. 277 Haynes, Francis Roberta. 257. 368 Haynes. M. Paul. 283, 302 Haynes, Michael Claud Hazelrigg, Robert Crooks, 181. 273, 3: Heaberlin. Conley H., Jr.. 316 Hearin, Robert Matlock. 273. 333 Hearn. Walter Carey Hearn, Willard Wade. 273. 333 Hearne, Frank Thompson. 302 Heathman, Carol Virginia. 368 Hederman. Henry Hap. 137, 275, 333 Hedges, Michael Lee, 368 Hedges. Stephen Fred. 311, Heen, Richard Roy. 179. 368 Hegwood. Curtis, 333 Heidel, H. Ray Heidelberg. Alida Jane Heidelberg, Cecil F. Heidelberg, Rowland W., 287. 3 William Carl Hellums, Betty Ann, 302 Hellums, Winifred Ruth. 316 Helms, Margaret Ann, 368 Herbold, Charles Frederick Helms. Robert Carl. 174, 316 Helms. William Lee. Hembree. Olan Arthur, Jr.. 302 Hemleben. Scott Parker, 129. 148.:305 Hemphill. Ralph. William. jr., 116, 133, 141 Henderson. Handley L., Jr. Henderson. James Dewey, 279, 350 Henderson„ john H. Henderson, Ose Fenn Henderson, Sharon E. Hendrix, Albert Randel Hendrix. Robert E.. ,Jr,, 227, 119, 275. 333 Hendrey, Walter Bruce Hennessey. Ramona C.. 249. 316 Henry. Andrew Lee, 190 Henry, Elizabeth Ann, 368 Henry, Goly Rice, 181 Henry, Jane Claire. 251, 368 Henry, Jewel Kay Henry, Judy Kay HenrY, Karen S.. 251, 333 Henry, Mary Katherine, 1-18, 193. 251. 315 Henry, Edith Merrilyn Henry, Norman Cooke Henry, Patricia Louise, 106. 139, 159, 316 Henry, Robert Hiram Henry, Samuel Victor, 350 Hensley, Elizabeth Gordon, 118. 159. 241. 317 Henson, Alice Fonda Henson, Buford Shands, 317 Henson, John Pittman, 285, 350 Henson. Marianne, 121, 257. 368 Hepburn. David Russell, Jr. Herard Claude D., 181: 200 Herbert. Sally Mary, 368 Herbold, Charles Fred, III, 267, 333 Herkimer, David Alan, 183. Herlong, Mary Delle, 245, 368 Steven Harris Herndon, Mary Lewis. 368 Herndon, Robert B., 182 Herring, Alice F. Herring, Arnold Jackie, 174, 302 Herring, Dana Marie Herring, David Jed, 351 Herring, Frank B., 169 Herring, Melody B,, 257, 333 Herring, Robert A., III, 151, 160, 160. 191. 279, 333 Herring. Ronald Luther, 190 Herrington, Sherron Gail Herrington, ' Wayne Walker, 118, 132. 141, 145, 172, 317 Herron. Charles R., 283, 333 Herron, Willa 0., 333 Hertl. George Alois, 293, 333 Hester, Barbara Jean, 251. 368 Hester, John Finch, 302 Hester, Judy Gail Hester, Paul Vernon, 182, 275, 351 Hester_ Raymond B. Hester, William 15,. 182. 287, 351 Hester. William Stewart. 317 Hewitt, Joseph,, 143, 179 Hewitt, Tony Lynn, 190 Hewitt. Williams, T., 143. 146. 277 Hiatt, Warren A.. Jr., 132, 143, 289. 333 Hibbett. Eugene P. ' Eckman. Frederick Gantt. 181. 287 Hicks, James Lonnie, III, 182, 2(i7, 368 Hicks, Leon Milton, 333 Hicks, Shelah Paulette. 333 Hicks, Susan Hicks, Virginia Gayle Hiden, Samuel Earle, Jr., 285, 368 Higgason, James Howard, 333 Higgins, Alvin F. III Higgins, Carole Ann, 118, 257, 351 Higgins, Carroll Jane. 249 Higgins, Linda Kay, 368 Hilbun. Samuel Windham, 351 Hilby. Bruce Titus, 302 Hill. Charles E., 132, 333 Hill. Harold Ex. 265. 317 Hill, Hilda Lackey Hill. John Charles Joy Elizabeth Hill, Lu Alice. 106. 139. 149, 243. 317 Hill, Milton G., 180, 277 Hill, Nancy Clara. 144. 24:5, 351 Hill, Ronald Harris, 333 Hill, Roy Gene Hill, William Boyd Hillhouse, Marilyn Jane. Hillman. Rosemary. 317 Hilsabeck, Daniel Leigh, 368 Himes, Raymond Eugene, ,Jr. Hindman. Steve Hamilton, 227, 143. 2011. 287, 351 Hines, Anne Elizabeth, 243. 333 Hines, Linda, 125. 251, 368 Hines, Sally Moore Hines, Varner Reid. 247, 333 Hinton. Ben ' Ferry Hinton, Charles Richard, 227, 200 Hinton, Edward Talmage, 182, 368 Hinton, George Franklin Hipp. Max Davis, 174. 317 Thomas William, 190, 368 Hiscox, David George Hitchcock, Walter Theodore. 302 7. Hoagland, William Morrill. 302 Barbara Montez, 368 Emile Bassett Hobbs. Milton Dannelly, 189, 2117.:168 Judy Bryan. 351 Hoberman, Alfred E., 302 Hobgood.James Leslie, 265, 333 Hobson, Donna Sue )0, Hodge, Elbert C., Jr., 106, 129, 141, 1-18 Hodge„ Jo Dent Hodge, John Win., Jr. Hodge, Joseph Dee Hodges, Douglas John, 194 Hodges, Falconer Milton Hodges, Ray Wilson, Jr., 283, 317 Hodgson, Pamela Haynes, 114, 251, 35 Hodo, Edward D. Sr., 137, 273, 302 Hodo, Sadie Branch Hoffman, Harry Paul Hoffman, Ralph Williams, 181, 351 Hoffman, Wayne Warren Hogan, Alex Ames, Jr., 181, 275, 351 Hogan, Robert Murry Hogan, Thomas Charles, 302 Hogarth, Nancy Eva, 259. 333 Hogeboom, Edward Patrick Hogg, Emily Jane Hoggatt, Allen B. Hogue, Elba Jane, 243, 333 Hogue, Lloyd Eades, 279 Hogue, Robert David. 351 Hogue, Teresa Carol, 333 Hoke, Daniel McMillan. 285. 368 Holcomb, Barry Wayne, 287 Holcomb. Charles Howard Holcomb, David Tindall, 188, 265, 36 Holcomb, Michael Ray, 179. 265, 368 Holcombe, James Lawson, 275 Holder, Danny Lee, 190, 273, 368 Holder, Hancel Holder, Owen Holliday, 277 Holder, Robert A., 141 Holladay, Robert Lawson Holland, George R., 183. 333 Holland, Kathryn E., 333 Holler, Susan Eileen, 368 Holley, Christopher Allen. 333 Holley, Jeanne Lowry Holley, Reginald Leon, 269 Holley, Virginia Sue, 333 Hollingsworth, Cathy Lynn, 368 Hollingsworth, John G.. Jr., 183 Hollis, Francille, 243, 368 Hollis, Freddie Wayne Hollis, Jay Lawrence Hollis, Jerry Edward Hollis, William Davis Hollister, Charles D. Hollister, Frank Joseph, 351 Hollomon, Sally K., 124, 130, 245, 333 Holloway, Clara Louise, 351 Holloway, Genora S. Holloway, John Daniel Holloway. John Franklin Hollweg, Kenneth C., 273, 317 Holman, Gene Merritt Holmes, Charles David Holmes, Eugene Thomas, 275, 368 Holmes, Frank C., III Holmes, Jean Barksdale, 247, 368 Holmes, John B., Jr.. 275 Holmes, Linda Ann. 351 Holt, Judy Louise Holt, Laura Ann Honea, Michael McDaniel Hood, David Earl, 161 Hood, Donald F. Hood, Kennon D., 287 Hood, Louise Ware Hood, Tillie Cherite, 369 Hooker, Beverly Jean, 333 Hooker, Danny Lane Hooker, William Wyche, 277, 351 Hoover, Ricks Ann, 369 Hoover, Janet, 251. 351 Hoover, Leslie B., III. 182, 287, 369 Hope, William Madison, 114, 134 Hopkins, Keith Henry, 265 Hopkins, Oliver H., Jr. Hopper, Donald L. Hopper, Pamela Lee, 259, 369 Hopper, Patricia B. Hopper, William Clayton, Jr. Hord, Oliver A., Jr., 137, 178, 195, 33: Horlock, Michael Norton, 182, 269, 361 Horn, Cynthia June, 333 Horn, Margaret Ann, 241, 317 Horn, Martin Evans Horn, Thomas Owen Hornbuckle, Ronnie Dean, 179, 275, 36 ' Horne, Patricia A., 91, 99, 130, 255, 33: Horrell, Carolyn Lee, 253, 351 Horton, Daniel Winston Horton, Jerry Smith, 333 Horton, Patricia Jan. 333 Hosemann, Anthony Joseph, 369 Houchins, Nancy Louise, 249. 369 House, Nicholas D., 174, 302 Houser, Jimmie Lee Housman, William Hardy. 188 Houston, Cynthia Joyce, 257. 369 Houston, David Winston, III. 117, 1 135, 137, 141, 143. 145, 287, 302 Houston, Odessa Faye Houston, Thomas Ford. 112, 124, 147 Hovious, Allen Lee, 182. 2119, 351 Hovious, Bradford W., 227, 224, 289, 333 Hovious, John William, 227, 224 Howard, Ernest E., III Howard, Lee Jackson Howard, Mack Ronald, 181, 267, 351 Howell, Georgianne, 333 Howell, Rufus Benton Howell, Steven Kent, 190, 283, 369 Howorth, Susan Elaine Howser, Harriet Havens, 253, 369 Hsu, Chi Mao, 302 Hsu, Datung Lucia, 302 Hsu, Jason B., 302 Hsu, Song Yong, 302 Hubbard, Larry Gene Hubbard, Wallace Stephen Huddleston, Richard . 275 Huddleston, Ruel R., 275 Hudson, Camille, 243, 369 Hudson, Charles Norman, 188, 269, 36 ' Hudson, Ewell Spencer, 161, 317 Hudson, Frank W. Hudson, Gloria Dale, 333 Hudson, Jane T. Hudson, John Allen, Jr. Hudson, Kenneth W., 317 Hudson, Warren Davis, 182, 188, 269 Huebner, John Joseph Huey, Robert E., Jr. Huey, Wanda Huff, James Knox, 174 Huff, Lynne Nash Huffstatler, Charlie Neal Huggins, Cleveland P., III, 179, 291, : Huggins, Clyde G., Jr. Huggins, Jimmy Ray, 182 Huggins, Patricia Ann Hughes, Byron William, 118, 172, 334 Hughes, Carson McLain, 118, 119, 351 Hughes, Cynthia Jane, 257, 351 Hughes, Mary Lawrence Hughes, Michael Warren Hughes, Morella Jane. 249, 369 Hughes, Paul James, Jr. Hughes, Susan Claire, 259, 334 Hulett, Marion Houston Hull, Frank Montgomery Hull, Richard P., 277 Hull, Willene Carpenter Humber, Nichols Maurice, 334 Hume, Charles Raymond, Jr., 190 Humphreys, James Walton, 369 Hungerford, Donna Lynn Hunsicker, John H., Jr., 151, 188, 351 Hunt, Annetta Ruth, 369 Hunt, Bobby Carl Hunt, Clara Smith Hunt, David R., 129 Hunt, Robert A., 179, 291, 334 Hunt, William James Hunter, Ann Turner, 251. 369 Hunter, Harriet Rankin, 303 Hunter, Leslie Byron, Jr., 132, 143, 301 Hurdle, Thomas Roland, 317 Hurst, Sylvia Lenore Hurt, Catherine Emily, 241, 334 Hurt, Leland, Jr. Hurt, T. J. Hurych, James Allan Hussey, Charles Logan, 265 Hussey, Edwin Conant Hutchins. Richard Atherton, 179, 1 279, 317 Hutchinson, David Allen Hutchinson, Donald P., 143, 146, 1 194, 279, 334 Hutchinson, Richard T.. 279, 351 Hux, James DeWitt, 303 Hyde, Lee A. Hyde, Robert Willis. 188. 283. 351 I idom, Sandra Kaye, 243, 334 Illich, Stanley James Ingebretsen, David D., 303 Ingels, Edgar D. Ingels, Thomas Sandifer, 137, 289, 351 Ingle, Virginia Seaton Ingram, Carroll H., 303 Ingrain, Catherine Davis, 247, 334 Inman, Newell Edward. 334 Inmon, Byron W. Inmon, Mikie Joe, 190 Ippolito, Richard William, 189 Irby, Bobby N., 303 Irby, Braxter Pleasant, Jr., 106, 1 195, 287. 303 Irvin, Frederick S., 190, 369 Isaac, Ronnie Levern, 369 Iseminger, Tommy Dale, 369 Izard, James Sheffield, 182, 369 J Jabour, George Henry. 283. 317 Jabour, John Wayne, 279, 303 Jacks, Beth Boswell jacks, Gerald H. Jacks, James Dorsey, 182 Jacks, Peggy Sue, 334 Jackson, Charles Russell, 189, 291, 351 Jackson, Charlotte C., 243, 369 Jackson, Edwin Leon, 279, 303 Jackson, George Emmett Jackson, Harold Stephen Jackson, Harry H. Jackson, Jimmy Smith, 275, 303 Jackson, Kenneth Roy, 293, 334 Jackson, Larry Clarke, 273, 369 Jackson, Lucy Kate, 253 Jackson, Malcolm Allen, Jr., 179, 287 Jackson, Mary Alice Jackson, Ronald Alan, 179, 351 Jacobs, Mina Margaret Jacobs, Ralph, Jr. Jacobs, Richard D., III, 143, 334 James, Charles Edward, Jr., 227 James, Edward Thomas, Jr., 200, 287 James, George W., Jr. James, J. Elwyn, 277 James, Joe, 369 James, John Caller, 285, 317 James, Martha Cheryl James, Newton Ward, 273, 334 James, Suzanne, 317 James, Terry Malcolm James, William Rufus, 182, 369 Jameson, Dorothy Delle, 243, 351 Jamison. Bedford Burt Janes, Catherine Brigita Janes, Julian Tilley, III, 351 Jaquith, Cecil Joseph, Jr. Jaquith, William Lawrence Robert Lewis Javaid, Karamat A., I, 303 Jawad, Fuad Hassan Jefcoat, Carolyn Ruth, 369 Jefcoat, Lynn Barrett Jenkins, Joseph Earl, 281, 351 Jenkins, Kerry Layne, 317 Jennings, Eugene R., 291, 334 Jennings, Jesse Rayburn Jennings, Louis M., 221, 334 Jens, Judith Louise Jessee, Sylvia Ann, 317 Jeter, Charles Loranzie, 173 Jeter, Richard Lee Jeter, Wilson S. Jetton, Linda K., 253, 334 Jetton, Lizabeth Jean, 253, 369 Joe, Jean Wing, 369 Joe, Shun Y. Johnson, Bowen Charleston, 317 Johnson, C. Wayne, 173 Johnson, Charles F., III, 182, 265, 35 Johnson, Cheryl Dawn, 243, 334 Johnson, Connie S. Johnson, Corinne V., 247, 334 Johnson Donna Marie Johnson, Dwight Allyn, 160, 317 Johnson, George Lewis, 182 Johnson, James Albert, 179, 194. 195 Johnson, James David, 130, 193. Johnson, James R., III, 118. 182 Johnson, John David, 147, 351 Johnson, Joyce Lynn Johnson, Lon Chamberlain Johnson, Lynne Rice, 148, 149, 257, Johnson, Michael Eugene, 180 Johnson, Patrick Hayes, Jr., 182. 28 ' Johnson, Paul William, 143 Johnson, Richard Alan, 179, 369 Johnson, Robert Eugene Johnson, Robert Joseph. Jr, Johnson, Ronald Earl Johnson, Ronald V. Johnson, Edwin Ronnie. 182 Johnson, Ronny Carl, 182, 287 Johnson, Russell A., 133, 221 Johnson, Russell Clark, 303 Johnson, T. Ruth Johnson, William R.. 118, 134, 181, 369 Johnson, William W.. Jr., 143, 166 Johnson, William Welborn, 157, 2115, Johnston, Daudet Brent, 245, 334 Johnston, Edmund Covington, 265. 2 Johnston, George, Jr., 265 Johnston, Jane Carol Johnston, Walter E., Jr., 182. 369 Johnstone, Jack L. Jolly, Willis H., Jr., 269 Jones, Ann Stevens Jones, Bobbye, 351 Jones, Buren Lynn, 182 Jones, Carol Gay, 148, 149, 249, 334 Jones, Cecil Harris, 219 Jones, Charles O ' Neal, 303 Jones, Charlton Robert, 277, 369 Jones, Christopher Riddell. 277, 369 Jones, Colbert W., 287, 334 Jones, Donald Drummond, 134, 135. 141, 143, 145. 285, 303 Jones, Doris Deloras, 351 Jones, Dwight Boozer Jones, Edward Alan Jones, Elizabeth Ann, 334 Jones, Franklin B. Jones, Harris W., Jr. .Jones, James B., Jr., 189 Jones, James Harold Jones, James Vanoy, Jr. Jones, James William, III, 303 Jones, Jane Nash, 241, 351 Jones, Jene Don, 303 Jones, John Randle, 188 Jones, Joyce O ' Neil, 334 Jones, Larry August, 265 Jones, Lauranne, 249 Jones, Lester Willie, Jr., 143, 145, 317 Jones, Linda Kaye, 257, 334 Jones, Lonny Hughes Jones, Marvin Carey Jones, Maury Lynn, 249, 351 Jones, Michael Aven, 182 Jones, Nelda B. Jones, Norman Quay, Jr. Jones, Patricia Claire, 369 Jones, Patricia Louise Jones, Percy Coleman, 143, 182, 351 Jones, Randall Ross, 369 Jones, Richard Shuell, 351 Jones, Robert Eugene, 285, 351 Jones, Robert Linn Jones, Robert Major, III Jones, Robert Ned Jones, Robert T. Jones, Robert William, 287 Jones, Roberta Jones, Robin Rucker, 247, 334 Jones, Roger Tilden, 190 Jones, Sharon Anne, 106, 239, 253, 303 Jones, Sherry Ann Jones, Thad M. Jones, Jr., 134, 137, 143, 265, 334 Jones, Thomas L., Jr., 165, 351 Jones, Walker William, III Jones, William Murphy, 277 Jones, Wilmer R. Joor, Dorothy Helen, 136. 255, 351 Jordan, Barbara Louise, 257, 369 Jordan, Charles Frank, III, 216 Jordan, Charles Schemedes, 265. 317 Jordan, Charlie Tinnon Jordan, Lawrence J., III, 303 Jordan, Mary Carolyn Jordan, Meyda Elise Jordan, Richard L., 143, 287 Jordan, Sandra Ann Jordan, Sandra Jean Jordan, Terry Leland, 219 Jordan, Tommy Thadeus, 179, 351 Jordan, Walter Allen, 369 Jorgensen, Eugene David, 369 Joseph, Tommy Joseph, 179, 369 Joslin, David B., 317 Joyner, William P., 129 Juchheim, Pamela Kay, 162, 243, 369 Jue, Albert Jue, Bailey Joe, George Henry Jue, Jessie Joe, Truman Jumonville, Sharon Rose. 369 Junkin, Frances Kaye, 249, 369 Jurgensen, Donald Krayer. 190, 275. 369 Justice, Frank J., 279 K Kahn, Philip H., Jr. Kaigler, Percy H., II Kakkar, Bipinder Kumar Kamman, John N., Jr., 293. 317 Kane, Stephen P., 293, 317 Jenny, Kao Wir-Leang. 303 Kappus, Robert Eugene Karably, Louis Stephen, Jr., 271. 369 Karr, Ruth Ann. 370 Katz, Julian Andre Kauerz, Kenneth Lee Kavanaugh, Mary W., 245, 317 Kay, Stratford H., 317 Keady, Richard C., 291. 334 Kearney, Jack Larne Keck, Priscilla Jean, 334 Keefe, Malcolm Guy, 370 Keel, Robert Edward Keen, Ginny Lee, 334 Keenan, Jerry Pepper, 285, 352 Keener, William H., Jr., 193, 194, 317 Keeton, Charlotte Ann, 241, 334 Keeton, Josie Browning Keffler, Leopold Raymond, 303 Keith, Samuel Martin Keller, Robert Elwood, 118, 179, 352 Kelley, Kathryn, 149, 245, 334 Kelley, Mary Diane Kelley, Mary Kathleen, 241, 352 Kelley, Vernon R., III, 182 Kellum, Betty Jane, 251 Kellum, Jerrol Lynn Kellum, Thomas B., jr., 273 Kelley, Charles M., 287, 370 Kelly, Helen H. Pilkinton Kelly, James Calhoun, 177, 195, 317 Kelly, James WinIing. 269 K elly, John Stephen Kelly, Joseph B. Kelly, Michael Louis, 102 Kelly, Myrtle, Paula Kelly, Steven Douglas, 370 Kelly, Steven Douglas Kelsey, Sandra, 249, 370 Kelso, Clyde Douglas, III, 193, 194, 2 334 Kelty, Nancy Ann Kemp, Albert C., III Kemp, George Frederick, 334 Kemp, Herman 0., 265, 334 Kemp, John Thomas Kemp, Kenneth W. Kemp, Mendal G. Kemp, Gerald William, 303 Kenda, Marilyn Kendall Mike Lee, 179, 291, 370 Kendrick, Robena Louise, 148, 249, 33 Kennedy, Basil Thompson, 275, 352 Kennedy, Frank F., 287 Kennedy, Martin Edward, 160, 334 Kennelly, John David Kenney, Timothy James, 188, 267, 352 Kent, Billy Jack Keough, Anita Kay, 352 Keppel, Michael J., 189, 293, 370 Keptner, Patrick Michael, 281, 352 Kerr, Glenn Larry, 318 Kerr, John Lewis, Jr. Kerr, Katherine Allison, 144, 245, 334 Kerr, Patricia Louise Kerr, Robert Lee, 289, 318 Kersey, Timothy Matthew Kershaw, Michael D., 227, 193, 194, 318 Kerstine. Edwin Eugene Kessinger, Carolyn C. Key, James Harold Keye, DeneIda, 251, 370 Keye, Patti Lynne, 251 Keyes, Jimmy E., 227, 200 Keyes, Thomas Earl Khadra, Mohamd S. Khanna, Pran Nath Khayat, Kay Michelle, 231, 334 Kibble, Claude Arthur Kibe, William E., 334 Kidd, Sandra Kay, 241, 352 Kilgore, Billy Dan Kilgore, Jimmie Katherine. 318 Killebrew, Dwight Lynn Killough, Eddie Russell Killough, Sara Dale Kilpatrick, Jean R., 334 Kilpatrick, Leroy Ellison Kilpatrick, Martin A., 129, 303 Kilpatrick Susan Jane Kim, Jack Chung Kyun Kimball, Phyl Jane, 251, 318 Kimbro, Jefferson Nicks Kimbrough, Brenda Gail. 241. 370 Kinard, John Major, 261 Kinard, Virginia Jean, 139, 251 Kincaid, Mose Edward King, Ann Roe. 159, 245, 352 King, Donnie Wade, 334 Elizabeth Rivers, 247, 370 King, Henry Hughes, 303 King, Hubert Ulysses, 188 King, Katherine Cecile. 259. 370 Larry Herbert King, Leslie Darnell. 370 King, Margaret Eliz, 259. 370 King, Mary Louise, 159 King, Mary Patrick King. Lamar Ogwen King, Richard Moore. Jr. King. Samuel Clyde. 334 King, Stark Harle, 227. 133. 200 King, William Travis, 332 Kirk. Rexie Dianne Kirkland, Joseph Earl. III Kirkland Ralph Earl 352 Kirkpatrick, Tallies, 182 Kirkpatrick. Laura Judith Kirkpatrick Mary Kay. 136. 247. 352 Kirschten. Thomas D. Kisner, Kaye F.. 352 Kisner, Lynda Marie. 370 Rachel G. S. Kitchens, Clarice Ann Kitchens. Donald Gilbert. 291. 334 Kitchens, Donald Gregory, 261, 267. 33 Kitchens, Tames W., 303 Kitchens, William Lesley. 289. 335 Klepzig, William Floyd, 318 Klingen. Mourn E. Klotz. Dorothy 247, 370 Knight, Barbara Ann. 173. 333 Knight, Charles Stroud Charles Gene Knight. Tames Thomas Knight, Luther A., jr. Knight. Robert Dewey, 265 Knight, Sandra Vermeil. 149. 249..335 Knight, Steven Marco Wesley Allan Knightlev. Barbara I. Knodel. Henry Michael. 179 Knott, Mary B., 255, 370 Knotts, Barry Lynn Knowlton, Katheryn Mevea. 243 Knox, Nancy Repps, 243, 370 Koch, Kathy Jean Kocsis, Margaret Ann, 243, 352 Kong, Shui Sun, 303 Kooiman, Brian Floyd, 182 Koon, Akron Aaron, 182 Koonce, Larry Cameron Kosinski, Felix Edward, 303 Koskela, Earl Leslie, 303 Kosko, Paul Igor, 182, 265, 370 Kothmann, Gregory Garf Kou, Neng, 303 Kozachyn, Anna Marie Kozachyn. John Krayer, Richard T. Krebs, Mary Katherine Kreutz, Zoe Schiller Krogstad, Larry Kenneth, 137, 318 Krohn, Robert Glenn, 128 Krupicka. George Louis, 303 Kruse, Thomas Earl, 189, 352 Kubik, James Lowell, 190, 293, 370 Kudlacz, Laura Victoria, 259. 352 Kneeler, Carl Edwin, 293, 335 Kugle, Thomas Woods, 179, 273. 370 K urtz, Wayne Frederick Kuykendall. Maud Andrews, 245 Kwasniewski, Thomas M., 352 Kyle, Noble Weir, IL 115 Kyle, Percy Carroll, 335 Kyle, Terrena Gale, 352 L Labens, Malcolm Howard Laberge, Patricia E., 247, 335 Labhart, Linda Louise, 370 Lackey, Carl Richard, 182, 273, 370 Lackey, Samuel Allen Lackey, Van Lemuel, 112. 132. 133. 14 273, 335 Lacon, John Walter, 189 Lacy, Jack Brooks, Jr., 335 Ladner, Hershel Otho, 179, 370 Ladner, Kerby E. Ladner, Susan Elizabeth, 352 Laduc, Raymond Paul Lafollette, Lois B., 243, 335 Laher, Thomas John Laher, Terry Anne, 188, 352 Lair, Linda Ann, 370 Laird, Henry Gray Laird, Jesse Smylie Lairmore, Betty Ruth, 370 Lamar, Thomas Eugene Lambert, Aaron C., Jr.. 227. 221 Lamberth, William Mark. 335 Lamey. Ronald William Lamon. Clarence David. Jr., 303 Lamphron, James Patrick. 188 Lampley„ Jerry, Wayne Lampton, Helene T. Lancaster, Linda L., 352 Landers, Linda E. Landers, Robert Travis, 153 Landrum, Alicia McBee, 253, 335 Landrum, Evan, Jr., 179 Landry, Paul Andrew, 182, 265 Landskov, David Lawrence, 143, 352 Lane, James Spencer. 182 Lane, Jesse William, III Lane, Johnny Mack, 303 Lane, Larry Dale, 179, 291, 370 Lane, Ruth Diane. 335 Lanehart, Jacob Theodore, 188 Lang. Clyde Jefferson, Jr., 352 Langdon, Susan Kathryn, 255, 370 Lange, Robert John. 191. 281. 370 Langmesser, James E., 143. 182. 267. 35 Langmesser, Thomas Joseph. 179. 2)i7. 33 Langston, Beatrice Mac, 370 Lankford, David Henry, 304 Lankford. Lynda T., 304 Lan trip. Bobby Bennett, 146, 160. 318 Lantz, Allen Dean. 160, 335 Lope, Margaret Ellen. 253, 335 Lope. Willard Odas, Jr. Lapolla, William Frank. 179, 281, 370 Larroux, Michael Paul Larson, Florence Cannon. 247. 352 Larson. Lisa Elizabeth, 253, 370 Larue. Wayne B., Jr.. 193. 194. 275. 335 Lary. Curtis Stephen, 182. 277. 352 Lashbrook. Sarah Eliz. 134. 352 Lasky, Daniel J., 335 Lassetter, John Stuart. 304 Lassetter. Linda C., 255. 335 Latham, Linda Kay. 255, 352 Latham, Michael Wayne. 191 Dorothy Sue, 251, 370 Latimer. Ellis H., III, 192. 193. 194. 19 277, 335 Latta. Patricia Jean. 239, 239, 262. 318 Laughlin, James Richard. Ir. Laughlin. Loran Lee. 182. 263 Laurenzi, John F.. 261. 277 Lavallee, William 1,., 188. 265, 333 Lavalley. Richard J.. 335 Lavers. Brenton M., 352 Lavers. Lynda Grace, 370 Lawrence, Martin Bradley, 118. 133. 14 304 Lawshe, Joanna, 352 Lawson, Bobby Ray Lawyer, Michael S., 195, 193, 194 Lawyer. Sara Ann Layland. David Nelson, 293, 335 Lea, Billy Ray Lea, Robert Charles, 261, 291, 335 Leach, John Wyly Leach, Marilyn Faye, 162, 253, 352 Leach, Pamela Ann Leavitt, Dinah Luise, 257, 352 Lecroy, Olivia Dezzie Ledbetter, Barbara Lane, 253, 335 Ledbetter, Jacquelyn J., 149, 255, 318 Ledbetter, Linda Lane, 118, 247, 318 Ledet, Wade Luke, 304 Lee, Alfred Eugene, 304 Lee, Brenda Carol, 318 Lee, Dorothy Ann Lee, Gerald Douglas, 137, 304 Lee, James Larry, 304 Lee, John Wincie Lee, Judith Ann, 335 Lee, Laura Lynda, 257, 370 Lee, Mary Virginia, 335 Lee, Nancy Pauline, 121, 241 Lee, Pan Shyong, 304 Lee, Robert S., 318 Lee, Ronald Wayne Lee, Ruth S., 352 Lee, Sarah Randall, 352 Lee, Thomas Drayton, 148 Lee, William Allan, 182, 275, 352 Leech, Judy Claire, 249, 370 Leemon, Charles Lothaire, 370 Lefeve, Aristide F., Jr, Lefler, James Ronald Legan, Marshall Scottie, 304 Legg, Jerry Smith Legg ett. Barbara Elaine, 158, 169, 335 Leggett, Charles D., 161 Leggett, Donald Mitchell, 352 Leggett, George Hansford Lehman, Kimble Ray, 182, 352 Lehmann, Elaine Lehr, Eugene R. Lehr, Mary Ann Leigh, Aileen Louise, 370 Leigh, Lucinda M. Lemaster, Carol Lynne, 257, 352 Lemeilleur, Charles R., Jr., 352 Lemon, George Kirkpatrick, 247, 370 Lemons, Carol Kay, 335 Lemus, Joseph, Jr., 304 Lenahan, Stephanie C., 370 Leonard, Mary Mack, 249, 335 Leppic, Teri Ann Lesley, Herman McCurry, Jr. Lester. Horace Baxter, Jr., 124, 133, 146, 287, 318 Lester. Robert F., 285, 335 Lett, Anna L. Leutwiler, Kathryn Ann, 257, 335 Lever, Terry J., 257, 335 Levin, Manuel Marcus, 304 Levy, Sidney Marie, 257, 318 Lewis, Alice Deann, 253, 335 Lewis, Alton B.. Jr., 179. 370 Lewis, Charles Eugene, 352 Lewis, Eugene W., Jr. Lewis, Fenwick Stewart Lewis, George Kenneth, 293 Lewis, Jane Edele Lewis, John Frank Lewis, John Howell Lewis, John Russell. 182. 285, 333 Lewis, Jon Richard Lewis, June Lynette Lewis, Larry Lisle, 275 Lewis, Leo Spencer, 352 Lewis, Margaret Jane, 249. 352 Lewis, Marie, 190, 241. 352 Lewis, Martha Lynn, 253, 352 Lewis Mary Ratcliff Lewis, Robert Barry Lewis. Robert Edwin, Tr., 267, 352 Lewis. William Irvin. 227. 200, 318 Liberto. Frank Peter, 182. 353 Ligon. Melanie Allen, 353 Lilly, John Perry, 143 Limbocker, George Alden. Jr., 279. 33 Lin, Chhen Hoh, 304 Lin. Jiann Tsyh. 304 Linder. Tarries Mickey. 335 Lindh, Frances Bradley Lindley. Arnold Lindsay. Henry Douglas, . 291, 335 Lindsey, Bruce Forrest, 182 Lindsey, Henderson C. Lindsey James Lee, Jr., 115, 130. 143 Lindsey. Kemp Lipe, Linda Bon. 257. 370 Lipscomb, Balfour McCabe, 194, ! 318 Lipscomb, Joseph Randolph Lipscomb. Marie McCabe, 245. 318 Lister. Charlotte Ann Litchfield, Bette 13. Little, Richard Allen, 182, 370 Little Thomas Lee Littlejohn, James Dennis Littlejohn, Vicki Elaine Littlejohn, William Carey, 304 Litton, Peggy Scott, 247, 353 Livingston, Robert Glenn, 182, 287 Llano, Charles D., 291, 294, 353 Lloyd, Aletha Anne Lloyd, Jayne A. Wright, 318 Lloyd, John Bunyan, Jr., 318 Lloyd, Mary C., 304 Lloyd, Robert Cecil, 304 Lochridge, Sara Polk Lockard, James Robert Locke, Claude Polk Locke, Don Wiles, 304 Locke, Lowell Richard, 182, 353 Locovare, John 318 Locovare, Robert John, 182 Loden, Aaron Lee Loden, Elvie Gailord, 335 Loden, Joe Keldon Loden, Walter David, 318 Loden, William Stephen Loeber, Edward Richard, 318 Loflin, Mark Brinson, 285, 370 Lofton, Albert J., 273 Lofton, M. Logan, Billy Joe Lohrmann, Jerome Lee, 304 Lohrmann, Judy Carol Lokey, Arm, 370 Lomangino, Felice, 171, 318 Lomax, Dan Wade, 318 Lomax, John Tillman, Jr. Lonardo, Thomas Taylor, 179 Long, Anna Idella, 370 Long, Laurette Henson Long, Mary Elizabeth Long, Paul Leonidus Long, Ray N. Long, William Lynn Longest, Barbara Johnson Longino, Charles W., 269, 353 Lord, Angela, 96, 255, 335 Lorentz, Robert Parker Lott, Ben Crawford Lott, Billy H., Jr., 189. 279. 353 Lott, Chester Trent, 289, 304 Lott, Gary Cullen, 182, 291, 371 Lott, Jerry Lee Lott, Lowell Grant, 335 Lou, Paul C. C., 335 Louis, John Michael, 283, 371 Love, Craig, 277 Love, Hugh Marshall. 141, 143, 148, 285. 304 Love, Jon Bartlett Love, Marcus, 137, 157, 166, 183, 267, 335 Lovelace, Clyde Bahnson Lovelace, Marvin S. Lovelace, Rebecca, 245, 371 Lovelace, Robert Lloyd, 335 Lovelady, Cornelius F., 335 Lovelady, George Thomas Lovelady, William Niles, 287, 371 Lovell, James Otis, 283, 371 Loverde, Ailsa Laurie, 243, 353 Low, Rhes Vernon, 182 Lowe, Sandra Juanita Lowery, Carolyn Zoe, 249, 335 Lowery, Mack Lamar, 130, 189 Lowery, Robert Sanders, 273, 336 Lowrance, Bill Carr Lowrance, Howard David Lowrimore, Marlin Gerald, 161, 318 Lowry, James Howard, 190, 353 Lowry, William Edward, 304 Lowstuter, Anthony R., Jr., 279, 353 Lu, Samuel K. M. Lucando, John Simonton, Jr. Lucas, John Oliver, Jr. Lucas, Richard Byrd Lucas, Thomas Edwin Luckett, Connie Jo, 255, 371 Luckett, I. Semmes, Jr., 133. 273, 318 Luckett, Lucretia Anne, 245, 371 Ludlam, Pat Waterfield, 371 Luebke. Karen, 336 Luke, Billy, 179, 279, 371 Luke, Linda Kay, 251. 353 Luke, Lizabeth Ivy, 371 Luke, Thomas Mitchell, 227, 188, 200, 271, 353 Luke, Tommy junior, 318 Lundberg, Jane Ellen, 255, 318 Lunsford, Hollis Eugene, 171, 190, 353 Lupoli. Donna Lorraine. 336 Lurie, David M., 336 Lusk, Glenn Louis, 227, 221, 318 Dwight Keith, 118, 182, 287, 353 Luther, George Ronnie, 371 Lutz, Margaret Elizabeth Lyell, Gordon Garland, 371 Lynch, Charles A., 118 Lynch, Wayne Greene, 182, 279, 353 Lyon, Edward Joseph, 182, 289, 353 Lyons, Bonita Sue Lyons, Dianne McAleer, David Dudley, 188 McAlexander, Betty B., 120, 121. 1 247, 353 McAlister, Harold Paul McAlister, Richard D.. 171, 265, 336 McAlpin, Brodie Wayne, 152, 161 McAlpin, Faye Loise Page, 148. 152 McAlpin, Michael Jordan, 182, 336 McAnally, Thomas Leon. 336 McArthur, James Leo. 141 McBride, Hiliner Anthony McBride. William Wallace. 336 McBroom, Susan Rebecca, 336 McCaa, Barbara McCabe, Patricia Anne, 245. 371 McAffrey. Lewis Raymond, 144, 304 McCain, Jim E., III McCarley. Bobby Joe McCarley. Thomas G., Jr., 318 McCarley, Thomas H.. III McCartt, Joseph Robert McCarty, Emily J. McCarty. John Robert McCarty, Joseph Lee, Jr., 371 McCarty, Mary Virginia McCarver, Rosalyn Anisette, 149, 336 McCay, Dorsey H., Jr., 318 McCay. James M. McClaflin, Robert L. McClanahan, James Lee McClanahan, Thomas Edward McClelland, Charles Rodney McClelland. Kathleen Smith McClendon. Ervin Lowe, 190, 371 McClung, Harvey W., Jr. McClure, Mary Margaret, 259. 319 McClure, Wayne Leroy, Jr., 200 McCollum, Joseph K., Jr., 190 McComb, Caroline Leise McConnell, Constance Marie McConnell, Elizabeth Ann, 243. 319 McCool, Charles Edward, 179, 267. 37 McCool, Edward Lewis. 193, 194, 267, : McCool, Grady Lynn, Jr., 277. 319 McCool, Larry Alan McCool, Lucy Annett McCool, Peyton Hugh, 182, 371 McCool, Robert T., Jr. McCord, Roselyn Scott, 247, 371 McCorkle, Joe Don McCormack, William Floyd McCormick, Robert E. McCosker, Margaret Ellen, 353 McCosker, Mary Frances, 336 McCoy, Charlotte Ann. 353 McCoy, David Glenn, 353 McCoy, Dorothy Susan McCoy, Merwin Andreas, 182 McCraney. James Arthur, 227 McCraw, James Arthur McCreight, Holly Anne, 253. 3l9 McCullar, Edward Terence, 189 McCullar, James Shelby, Jr., 182. 371 McCullar, Edward Terry. 353 McCullouch, Mary Carmille. 249. 319 McCune, Sam M. McDaniel, Clarence Albert McDaniel, Roger Dodson McDivitt, Leland McDivitt, Ann McDonald, Beatriz Moscoso McDonald, Frank L. McDonald. James Cecil McDonald, Joel Weir. 243, 371 McDonald, Millie Ann Z. McDonald, Paul, Jr., 304 McDonnell. Fred James, 188, 287. 371 McDonough. Homer Ray, Jr.. 152 McDougal, John Lee McDougal. Judy Clarence, 255, 371 McDougal. Mary Anne McDuff, J. Duncan. 182. 287 McDuffle, Kathryn E., 121. 149. 249, McDuffle, Margaret C., 249. 353 McElhanev. Michael J.. Jr. McElroy, Kathryn. 173, McElroy, Ronald Wayne, 277 McElveen. Ernest G., 182 McElwee, James Ware McFarland, Burchette S.. 319 McFarlane James Eckford, 143. 271, McGahey, Samuel Oscar McGahey. Timothy Powell. 155. 182 McGarry, Shaun Bernard. 319 McGarry. Shaun Bernard McGee, Carl Anthony McGee, Debora Diane, 353 McGee, Hassell Lynn. 121. 259, 333 McGee, Martin Hiram, Jr. McGee. Thomas Alan, 165. 183, 336 McGehee, Floyd, 336 McGehee, Harry Smith. 275. 319 McGehee, Harvey, 182. 287. 371 McGehee, Harvey McGehee, Kay Frances. 251. 304 McGehee. William C., Jr., 118. 166. 269. 319 McGill. William G., 371 McGinley, Sarah M. McGinnis, Betty Dea McGinnis, William A., Jr. McGlamery, Sarah Kathryn McGlothlin, Elizabeth Jane, 259 McGonagill, Fred Allen, 353 McGough, Michael D. McGraw, Edward R., 283, 353 McGreger, Judith Kathryn. 319 McGreger, Marion W.. 319 McGrew, Bennie Dan, 336 McGuire, Gloria Jeanette, 241, 319 McGuire, Gloria Jeanette McGuire. Susan Klara McHan, Jerry Lynn. 174 McHaney, Nancy Holland, 319 McHenry, Dora Hayward McHenry, Rolf Wesley, 160. 265, 33( Mellwain, Riley B., Jr., 275, 353 McDwain, Zelma Ann McIngvale, George Sidney, 304 McInnis, Ellis W., 287. 353 Jamie Carolyn McInnis. 353 McIntyre, Floyd H., 279, 333 McIntyre. Jack Cooper, Jr., 157, 194, 289, 336 McIntyre. Virginia Ruth, 114. 247, 2 McIver, Robert Edwin, 285. 371 McKay, Otto, Jr., 283, 353 McKay, Otto, Jr. McKean, Lyle Ronald McKee, Gwen Anne, 249, 371 McKee, Michael Treloar McKee. Nola Ann, 319 McKeigney, Norton Guyton, 182. 287 McKeithen. William S., 161. 183, McKellar, Donald Bruce McKellar, John W.. 275 McKellar, Milton Lane. 275, 319 McKellar, Susannah Boykin McKenzie, Mary Martha. 371 McKenzie, Robert H.. Jr.. 179, 275. McKessy, Daniel Thomas. 190 291. 2 McKibbens, Thomas R.. Jr., 200, 28 ' McKie. Nathan Whitehead. 193. 194. 336 McKinney, Edward C., Jr.. 304 McKinstry, Gary Whitmore. 304 McKnight, Everett Astor, Jr.. 353 McLarty, Edwin Murry McLarty, Floyd Ray McLaurin, Eugene B.. 182. 287. 371 McLaurin, Janet 255. 336 McLaurin, John Purves, 130, 132. 319 McLean. George Hite McLean, Robert L.. Jr. McLellan, Robert Lee. 293 McLellan, William E.. 145, 285. 304 McLellan, William Edward, 304 McLendon. Charles Weyman. 304 McLeod, Charles E. McLeod. Maretta Anne McLeod, Rayburn Wayne. 336 McLeod. Taylor Jeff McMahan, Michael Lee. 336 McMahan, Michael Lee McMaster, Michael Martin, 285, 37 Alta Ann McMillan, Kai J.. 243. 336 McMillan. Wallace Edward, 137, 27 McMillen. Larry Wayne Bobby Lawrence. 305 McMinn, Joan Porter. 319 McMullann. E. Jeannene, 371 McMullan, John. Calvin McMullen, Aubrey Buford. Jr., 182 333 McMullen. H.. Jr. McMurchy, Charles 14.. Jr., 273. 35 Helen F. .John William Jr., 353 McNair, Peggy Ann. 353 McNamara, Joseph Leroy, 114, 188 353 McNamee. Susan. Elizabeth 241, 37 McNeal. Velma Tr. McNeely, Don Morgan McNeely, Janett 371 McNeely, William H.. 183 MeNeese. Betty Allison McNeese. Robert L. McPhail, John M. McPherson. Don 14.. II, 273, 305 McPherson, Malcolm H. McPherson. Stephanie Ann McQueen, Barbara Ann. 319 McQueen, Carroll D.. Tr.. 179. 265. McQueen. Marvin Earl. Jr.. 200. 22 McQuigg. Susanne, 159. 249, 371 McRae. Dianne MeRaney, Gerald Lee McRaney. Stewart Bat-wick. 200. 36 MeRee. James Clopton. 305 McRoskey. Roy Lanctot. 249. 319 McTague. Kenneth Edward McWhorter. Lawrence S. McWilliams, Alfred Edward McWilliams. Dale Thornton McWilliams. Elvira Minerva McWilliams, Thomas M. Mabry, Harmon Irby Mabry, Martha Toy, 149, 319 Mabry, Paul Davis Habits, Raymond E., Jr.. 191. Machany, Anton Louis. 179. 293 Mackenzie, Craig Alan Mackey, James E. Macvaugh, Gilbert S.. Jr. Macy, John Richard. 193. 194, 275. Maddox, Dwight Uriek 137. 137, 283 Maddox, Steven Carlyle, 188 Madison, Stewart M. Madsen, Pamela Ann. 163. 371 Maffett, Sandra Jean, 336 Magee, Brian William Magee, Douglas M. Magee, Joe Harvey. 371 Magee, Judy Pat. 336 Magee, Robert M., 227 Magee, William Thomas Magers, Rebecca . Magers, T. Van, 305 Maheshwari. Hemant C., 319 Maier, Virginia Lee Maitre. Jean Yvonne Majure, Tommye Lou Maki, Jere Lynn Malatesta. John Joseph. 371 Malbrough, Oliver Joseph. 188 Maley, Charles Edward. HI Mallette, James C., 182, 269, 353 Mallory, Michael Arnie Malone, Miriam Lane, 245. 371 Malone, Winford Ann, 255. 353 Maloof, Michael James. 163. 279. Malouf, Thomas H., 163. 353 Malski, Carl Michael Malvezzi, Jeanella F., 251 Malvezzi, Toni Carol, 251, 319 Malya, P. A. Govinda, 305 Mandrell. William Kermit, 179 Mangin, Charles Geoffrey, 143. 353 Mangum, Robert Leon Manier, Cynthia Hatcher. 319 Manifold, David James. 21i5. 336 Manifold, George William. 132, 143. 305 Mann. A. Katherine, 251, 353 Mann, Constance Luc, 253. 371 Mann, Jesseyn Roberta, 257. 336 Mann, Mary Blanche, 245, 336 Patricia Dawn Mann. 251. 371 Manning. Earl Leslie, Jr, Manning. Lenora Rosenthal Manning. Roy Davis, Jr., 141. 146. 2 Mannle. Henry Walter Manse!. Emily Faulk Mansell, Ethic Willette, 255. 331i Maples, Ernest G.. Jr. Maples, Robert Alvin. 275, 371 Marascalco, Frank P., 336 Joseph Ronald, 354 Marascalco, Robert J. Marble, Tannis Idella Marcella, David Michael Marino. Joseph Marion. William D., 188 Marks. Judith Ann. 319 Marks, Thomas Sutton. 182. 371 Marlar, Jerry Lafayette, 193. 194. 319 Mary Marodis Marsalis, Gary Edmond. 287 Marsalis, Wilton Lowell Marsh. Woodrow Lee, Jr. Marshall. James Brett Marshall. Robert Barnes, 277 Marshall, Roy R. Marston, Walter Wilds. 182. 354 Claude Donald. 118 Martin. Cynthia Sybil. 172 Frances Eliz, 241. 372 Frank G.. 267, 372 Martin. George Gilmore. 305 Martin. Harold B. Martin. Hollis F.. 319 Martin, James G.. Jr., 135. 181. 319 Martin, James Gilbert. 133. 141, 265 Martin. James Leland. 195 Martin, Joan L.. 336 Martin, John William Martin. Kay Abernethy. 319 Martin, Leo Lutz Martin, Leslie Dec Martin. Linda Ruth. 241 Martin, Marvin Wayne. 372 Martin, Maurice Bryan Martin, Peggy Ann Martin, Reagan Wallace Martin, Robert F. Martin. Wayne Carroll. 18 ' Martin. ' William J r., 336 Martin. William Stephen Larry P., 227. 216 Martiniere, ,Johanne Marvel, Dennis Cruce, 143. 146. 319 Mascari, Kenneth J., 320 ' Mashburn, Julia R. Mashburn. Leon W.. III. 155, 285. 354 Mason, Cornelia P. Mason, Jerry Gordon, 277, 305 Mason, Martha Ann Judith Lynn Massengale, Kenneth Wayne Massengill, Melissa, 245, 336 Massey, Creed Lavern Massey. Gwen, 251, 372 Mathews. Dams Robbins Mathis. M. Elizabeth, 372 Mathias, Vernon Bryan. 320 Mathis, James Harold, 275 Mathis, Kathryn Arm, 336 Matson, Lois Carolyn, 354 Matthews, Elmer W.. Jr., 227, 200 Mattox, Edwin William Mattox, Judith Pannell, 149. 320 Mauldin. Berlon Michael. 283, 372 Mauldin, Byrd P.. Jr., 354 Mauldin. James Carroll Mauldin, Janice A.. 257. 336 Mauldin, Olin B., Jr.. 287. 354 Mauterer, Kenneth Paul. Jr. Mauzey, Roger Errol, 275 Mavar, Gerald NI., 265 Maxey, Mary K. Maxey, Celia Banks, 249 Maxey, Frances Burns Maxey, John Lewis, 141. 148 Maxey, William Larry, 287, 354 Maxwell, Audley Allen Maxwell, Carolyn C., 120, 125, 149, 253, 336 Maxwell, Cathy Lynn, 372 Maxwell. James William, 320 Maxwell, John Caldwell Maxwell, Thomas Hampton. 188. 279, 372 May, Henry Benton, III, 372 May, James Albert, 305 May, John Edward, III Mayer, Velia Ann Mayfield, Jack Lamar, Jr. Mayfield, Nancy Gay Mayfield, Thomas Richard Maynard, Gary Ford, 182, 354 Maynard, George Fleming, 182. 287. 354 Maynor. James G., Jr., 182, 269. 372 Mayo, Charlotte Rita, 121, 235, 320 Mays. John Hearn, 354 Meacham, Arthur Paul. 336 Meacham. Betty Ruth, 255, 372 Means. Michael Edward. 273, 320 Mears; Norman Fay, 182 Medley. Timothy Cox Meek, Helen Rebecca Meek, Paula. 241, 372 Meeks, David Edwin Meeks, Earl Louis Meeks. Janis Shirley, 114, 245, 320 Meeks, Wanda Lynn Megginson, Jean Haydock. 320 Megginson. Richard Allen Meisenheimer, Robert C., 354 Mejia, Paul Esteban Mellen. Laurence Y.. 141, 3C5 Melton, Martha, 247, 354 Melton, William H., 320 Menkis, Harvey R. Mercer, Marilyn Old. 247, 372 Meredith, Douglas Graham Merriman, Ronald Joe Mestayer, Richard F., 275, 372 Metcalf. Norval George Mettetal. Henry Nolan Metts, Mary Virginia Metts, Nancy K. Metzger, Robert E., 336 Meyer, Jack Floyd. 182 , Meyer. Janet, 245, 320 Meyer, john Ruskin, 267, 354 Meyer, Kathleen Joan Micele, Johnnie, 255. 354 Michael, Mary Melinda, 251, 354 Mickey. Barry Kan, 320 Mary Jane, 253, 372 Middleton. Charles Edward Migues. Danny Ray. 182, 354 Mihalyka, George 14. Milam, John Benjamin, 182 Milani, Kenneth Ewing Ivan Ernest, Jr.. 336 John Henry. 287, 336 Miles, John Hubert. Jr.. 179 Miles, Mary Ann, 136, 255, 354 Miley, Wesley Allen :Hillard. Jimmie Dee Sisk. 320 Millard. William Richard Milleman. David Jay. 182, 273, 334 Millen, Bonnie Aqualynn, 257, 351 Miller, Ann Murphree Miller. Billy Maurice. 289. 320 Miller, Bonnie E., 336 Miller, Charles Ray Miller, Donald Hugh Miller. Edward 216 Miller. Edward Owen Miller, Emma Roselle. 336 Miller, Everett Joe, 183, 372 Miller, Floyd Miller, Frederic L.. 269, 320 Miller, James Howard. 216 Miller, Joseph LinfieId Miller, Kermit Carol Miller, Larry Gene. 336 Miller. Linda K., 253. 320 Shaw, Nancy Lynn. 337 Miller, Paul 0., III, 128, 148, 267, 305 Millet-, Randall E. Miller. Ronnie Richard Miller, Samuel Baker Tami Jan " Miller, William E. II MiIlican, Troy B. Carl Theodore Milliken, Sarah Ann, 159. 259, 354 Mills, Copper 14. Mills, Elvin Wayne Mills, Marilyn L.. 337 Milner. Katherine Milner Robert Hill, Jr. Milner. Ronald Albert Milstead, Charles Lynn, 183 Milstead, Don Michael, 200, 354 Milstead, Martha Anne, 337 Mingee, James Clyde Minor, James Douglas, 189, 372 Minor. James L.. III, 277, 305 Minor, Jeffrey Clement. 283, 294, 372 Mirabole, Andrew J., 305 Mistilis, Ben Arthur Mitchell, Charles Rivers, 183 Mitchell. Daniel T. Mitchell, Donald Chester, 30:5 Mitchell, Donna Beth, 337 Mitchell, Edwin Young Mitchell, Geoffery C., 182, 273, 3.34 Mitchell. Geri Anne, 337 Mitchell, Guy William, III Mitchell, Harry Hubbard, 190 Mitchell, James Douglas Mitchell, James Edwin, 178, 182. 27 320 Mitchell. Mary Annis. 257 Mitchell, Sue Powers, 121, 251, 320 Mize, Andy Lee, 337 Mize, Bruce Ellice, Jr. Mize, Kyle Dean Moak. Donald Lewis, 305 Moak, Helen Diane Moak, Jane Ann Moak, Jennifer Moak, Nancy L.. 259. 320 Molpus, David Lee. 188. 273. 372 Frank Reny, 183, 273, 337 Monfort, Edward 0. Monfort, Elita Adrian Monk. Frederick Arthur, 189. 281, 372 Monson, Constance Ann, 320 Monsour, Mike Ellis Monteith. Hugh McGhee, 182, 287, 351 Monteith, Jo Ann, 253 Montgomery, Calvin Wells, 183, 273, 3; Montgomery, Carl V., 287 Montgomery, Edmund Warren, 183, 273 - Montgomery, Elbert Donald. 372 Montgomery, Herbert W., 337 Montgomery. James Anthony, 337 Montgomery, Jennie L. W. Montgomery, Larry Kent. 171, 337 Montgomery, Patsy A., 158 Montgomery. Samuel Arthur, 305 Moody. Carol, 305 33 Moody. Ronald Leon, 126, 127, 189, 21 7 Moore. Ashley Presnell Moore, Barbara Jo. 320 Moore, Betty B., 136, 239, 253. 351 Moore. Carol Ann. 337 Moore, Carol Sue, 305 Moore, Deborah Louise. 354 Moore. Frank Thomas. Jr.. 129. 141. I- 267, 305 Moore. Harriet Campbell. 241 Moore, Henderson A., III, 183. 283, 3 Moore, James Graf tun Jr., 337 Moore, James West. 337 Moore, Jo Ann, 337 Moore, John B., Jr., 337 Moore, Johnny. 354 Moore, Linda, 257, 372 Moore, Margaret Lucile. 253, 354 Moore, Marina. 257, 337 Moore, McPherson D., 183, 277. 354 Moore, Milton Marion Moore, Nancy Ophelia. 245. 337 Moore, Patricia Anne, 255, 320 Moore, Paul M., Jr.. 267. 354 Moore, Robert Lee. 275, 354 Moore, Robert Wayne, 182 Moore, Russell L., .4. Moore, Wi lliam Frank, Jr., 287, 320 Moorhead, Rodney Aaron, 143. 183 Moran, James Bradley, 227, 21)i Morehead, Royal Denton, 337 Moreton, Darlene Scott, 305 Moreton, Julian Edward Moreton. Ross Elwin. 305 • Morgan, Anna Virginia, 251 Morgan, Clarence E., III Morgan. John Gayden. 1112 Morgan, John Jordan, 118, 285. 354 Morgan, John Walton, Ill Morgan, Laura Sue Morgan, Leger James. Jr., 147 Morgan, Patrick Exum Morgan, Richard Wayne Morley. Richard Clarence Morlino, Charles Fred. 372 Morris. Brian Deric, 179 Morris, George Downing. 320 Morris, James Luther, Jr., 305 Morris, John Ellis Morris. Kathleen Clyde. 259 Morris. Kenneth Loy, 337 Morris. Larry Lynn Morris. Pamela Ruth. 259. 354 Morris. Susan Athena Morris, Thomas Hanley Morris. William Mitchell Morrison. Cynthia G., 187, 257. 337 Morrison. Harvey Lee, Jr., 285. 354 Morrison, William Douglas. 372 Morrisson, Jimmy Lee. 354 Morrow, George C., 354 Morrow. James E.. III. 283. 305 Morrow, Thomas Dudley, 161, 305 Moscarillo. John Gary, 188, 293, 294. 372 Moseley. Frank Wallace, 182 Moses, Gerald Braheen, 273 Moses, Mike E., Jr.. 269, 354 Mosley. Sherry E. . 159, 249, 337 Moss, Gerald J. - Moss, Joseph A., 183, 354 Moss, Mary 337 Moss, Robert K. Moss, Spurgeon Adams, 372 Moss, William C . 118, 291, 320 Mossburg. Steven Chris, 188 Mott, Bennett Jared, 182 Mott. John Randall Mougey, Charles L., 279, 320 Mounce, James L., 305 Mounger, Malcolm C., 183 Mounger, Whitman Davis, 183 Mounts, Diana Lynn, 259, 372 Mountz, Marsha Lynn :Mowery, Philip Edward, 183 Moy. Lillian. 372 Mozingo. James R., Jr. Mubarak. Michael. 372 Muehlmann. Patricia Ann Mukherjee. Sunil Kumar. 305 Mulcahy. Kathleen M., 337 Mullen, Warren Earl Mullikin, Peter M., 285. 337 Mullins, Charles Jimmy, 265 Mullins. Harmon Michael. 183, 372 Mullins, Margaret Jane, 305 Muncy, Raymond Lee Muni, Indravadan A. Munn, Henry Hamilton, Jr., 171, 337 Mims, Richard Lee, 183, 372 Murchison. Shelia Dell, 320 Murphree, Alan Linn, 106, 112. 132. 141. 143, 145. 267, 320 Murphree, Kenneth M.. 180. 287. 337 Murphree. Neil Melts. 143, 183, 21i5 Murphy, Allen Lee. 337 Murphy, David E. Murphy. Elizabeth Ann, 247, 354 Murphy. James Loyal Murphy, Lynn, 372 Murphy, M. Camille. 253, 320 Michael Charles, 115. 118, 155 Murrah, Linda Kay. 247, 354 Murray. James Lynn Murrell, Dan Stewart Murrell. Patricia Hillman Murry. Thomas Dulaney. 133, 261. 277 320 Musgrave. Joseph Robert Mutzi, Alma Maria, 259, 372 Mutzi, Morris Vincent Myers, Grover M. Myers. Ronald Arthur. 171. 337 Myers. William Harbin, 305 Myers. William Milton. 183, 271. 351 Myrick. Harold Griffin, 265 N Nail. James Herman Nall. Robin, 253 32(1 Nanney, Jimmy Ray Napier. Edgar C. Nappier, Elizabeth Anne, 372 Nash. Binford Trutt Nash, Jonathon Michael. 265 Nassar, Shelby 183. 279. 372 Neal, David M r., 305 Neal, Eugene Earl, 183 Neale, Charles Alexander Nealy, Charles V., Jr., 194, 337 Neblett, George R. Necaise, Jeanne Kaye, 257, 354 Ned. Allen W. Neelly, William Richard Neely, Antoinette Earle Neely. Mary Anne Neely, Russell Newton Neely, Thomas Dean, Jr., 183, Neely. Willard Ross. 372 " Neese, Virginia Lee. 259. 372 Neill, Eva Lillian. 118. 255, 372 Neill, Samuel William. 189, 275. 372 Nelson, Martha Bryant, 136, 251, 351 Nelms, Charles Merritte Nelms. John L.. 137, 285. 320 Nelms, Robert Wade, 354 Nelson, Anne Britton. 320 Nelson. Donald Vernon Nelson, James Hardin. 137, 188. 321 Nelson. Jeffrey, John, 372 Nelson. Jeffrey John Nelson. Karl Martin. Jr. Nelson, Robert Lynn, 157 Nelson. Tiny Bess Evans, 157 Nemec, Nelson Frank. 337 Neri. David George Nester, Donald James, 157, 351 Netherton, James Sidney, 143, 183, 35: Nettles, Jo Ellen Nettles. Margaret Anne, 372 Neukirch, Donal Williams Neuwirth, Lawrence Kenneth. 269. 35: Neville, John Beard, 277, 337 Newberry, Ronald Gene Newcomb, Martin Murphree Newcomer. James Kenneth, Jr. Newell, Charles P., Jr. Newell, Patricia Taylor Newell, Ronald Bruce, 115, 200 Newkirk, Robert Justin, 337 Newman, Larry Micheal Newton. David Simpson Newton, Hugh Patrick. 118. 155, 275, 1 Newton, Margaret 158. 337 Nicholas. Daniel Joseph, 273 Nichols, Jean S. Nichols, Jeffrey Hamilton. 183 Nichols. Thomas Travers. 337 Nickel, Judith Elaine. 337 Nickens, Donnell Jerome Nickles, Lance Reed Nishimura. Yorio. 305 Noble. Delphine E., 253, 337 Noble, Edgar Davis, Jr. Noble, Edwin Randolph. Jr., 273. 321 Noble. John W. Noble judith K.. 259. 355 Noble. Richard Green, 115, 155, 273, 337 Noble. Rose Robyn Withers Noll. Harold C., Jr.. 291, 337 Noll, Linda Lee, 355 " Nord. Raymond A. Nored. Robert Eugene. 277, 305 Norman, Anne ONeill, 249, 372 Norman, Charles Richard. 227. 200 Norman, David Randolph Norman, Robert Henry Norman. Roger A.. jr., 277, 337 Norman, William E. Norquist. Samuel Griffin Norris. David Boon, 179, 285, 373 Norris, Larry Oneal Norris, Robert Lee. 321 North, Donald Uric Northcross, Walter V., 183, 355 Northern, Charles Wright. 275, 373 Northern. Robert Earl, 1(i1 Norton, Jack Victor Novak. Barbara Kathleen Nowell. Nancy Lee, 251, 373 Nowlin. Betty Lynette, 355 Nowlin, James Larry, 183 Noyes, Ruthie M. Null, George W.. 283. 337 Null; Thomas C. Nunley, Roger II.. 2119, 321 Nunley, William Mayhew, 321 Nunnery, John R., Jr., 124, 143. 277. Nute, Arthur Eugene Nutt, David Hugh Oakley, Richard S. Oakley. Robert Edward. 147. 321 Oakley, William K., 285. 355 Jerry Dennis, 143. 267, 355 Obannon, Charles Phillip. 161 Oconnor, John Michael, 275. 355 Odaniel, Jerry W., 337 Odom. Larry Stephen. 373 Odrago. Alicia Sue. 321 Odrago. Millicent, 337 Ogden, Howard Earl, 188. 373 Ogden, Walter Page, 183. 353 Oliphant, William Rayburn Oliver. Charles Jerry. 188. 373 Oliver, Christine Lee. Oliver, Ernest G., Jr.. 265. 355 Oliver, Gregory Duncan, 293, 355 Oliver, Linda Kay Oliver, S. Lindsay, 253, 337 Olson, James M. Olson, Margaret Lynn, 247, 355 Omara, Charles Snow, 183, 277. 373 Omara, James W., 106, 129, 141. 148. 277. " 306 Omani, William Ellis. 132. 143. 277. 337 Oneal, Ellen, 192, 249, 338 James Morris, 141 Oneal, Kathleen Oneal. Ronnie Dean. 161 Oneill, Lawrence Hill Orander, Germaine Suzanne, 338 Orourke, Maureen Y., 257, 321 Orourke, Patrick Dale; 183. 275. 355 Osborn, Clifton E., 306 Osborn. Mary Carolyn Osborne, Joe I). Ostermick, Van Dale, 275, 373 Oswald. Judith Kay, 321 Oswalt, Larry Eugene, 373 Ott. Dennis Haggerty Ousley. Richard Neil, 285, 321 Overby. Charles Lewis, 112. 113. 133. 147. 338 Overstreet, Boyce Frank Overstree t, James S., Jr., 183, 273, 373 Overstreet, Michael H. Owen , Charles Raymond, 106, 146. 160. 221. 321 Owen, Harry Dale, Jr. Owen, John Edgar. 355 Owen, John W., 277 Owen, Joseph Sam Owen, Michael Fitts Owen, Robert Lea. 227, 183, 283. 355. Owens, Vashti W. P Pace. Kenneth S.. Jr.. 291, 338 Paden, Carl William 306 Page, Shirley Ann, 373 Paine, Thomas D. Palmer, Jacqueline Kay, 243. 355 Palmer, Virginia Ann, 243. 338 Palmer, William Judson, 293, 306 Palmore, Reginald E.. III Palukaitis, Anthony J., 293 Palzer, Warren I ' .. 306 Pandya. Mahendraprasad K. Pang, Josephine S., 338 Pang. Raymond Papasan, Ruth Ann Papenhausen, Gregory Alan. 183. 355 Parchman, Louis Wiley, 265, 338 Pardue, Kathleen McGlaun, 338 Parham, Frances Marion Parish, David C. Parish, Paul Merrel, 112, 114, 133, 141. 143, 338 Parish, Willie Raymond, 183. 283, 355 Park, John Oglesby, 183, 338 Park, Yong Chin Parker, Beverly Jane, 373 Parker, Charles R., 144, 306 Parker, Cynthia Kaye. 338 Parker, Dabney Terrell. 245. 373 Parker, Derek Eugene Parker. Edward Douglas, 183 Parker. Emmitt Hayden Parker. Fred F., II Parker, Jane Elizabeth, 338 Parker. Ellen, 243, 355 Parker, Joe Duane, 189 Parker; John Robert, 183 Parker, John W., 287 Parker, Patric Murray Parker. Richard Wayne Parker, Susan Parker, Thomas J ames, 321 Parker, Tina Sue, 355 Parker, Vickie L. 321 Parkes. James C.. Jr.. 227 Parks. James Quay. 227, 200, 211i Parks. Larry D.. 306 Parrish, James Ronald Parrish William 0., Jr., 283, 355 Parrott, John S. Partridge. John D. Parvin, Gary Randolph Paschall. Martin G.. 133, 273, 338 Pash, John. 181, 338 Paslay. Jefferson Wardlaw, 279, 338 Paslay, Johnny H. Passera, William Eugene, 269. 373 Patch, Ronald Harrison. 183. 287 Patterson, Billie Jane. 259, 355 Patterson, Burt L. Patterson, Eugene M. Patterson, Gary Wayne, 143. 355 Patterson, Jane Dudley. 373 Patterson, 4., Ill Patterson, ,Russell S., 321 Patton, Charles B.. 321 Patton, Jerry L., 143. 183. 355 Patton, Jerry Lee, 148, 158. 306 Patton, John Ronald Paul. Mary Elizabeth . 355 Paul. Patricia Ann. 243, 338 Paul. Rex Nelson, 321 Paul, Victoria Paulsen, John H., 281, 338 Pavlick, Ida Joeann Payne, Charles Alex, 179, 373 Payne, Joel G.. Jr., 183, 287, 355 Payne, Mary K. Payne, Patricia Ann, 241, 355 Peabody, Eugene Pottevin, 267, 37 Peacock, Edward P., III, 125, 1! 183, 277, 355 Peacock, Martha Ellen Peacock, William Luther Peaks, David A.. 265, 355 Pearce. David Gill, 183, 287, 35.5 Pearson, Arthur Morris Pearson, Earl Eugene, Jr., 137, 30 Pearson, Lonnie Wilson, 143. 267, Pecarek, John Howey Peck, Mary Grace, 321 Peddle, Frank Shull, Jr. Peden, Tommye Carlyn, 321 Pedersen, Robert H.. 179, 355 Peel, Robert David Peeler, Joe Frank, Jr., 285. 355 Peeler, Susan Lucretia, 239. 241. : Peeples, Jack Terry Pegram, George Les Lee Pegram, James R., Sr. Pegram, Magalyn Ruth Pegram, Roberta Jane, 257, 373 Penn. Richard Michael, 373 Pennebaker, Charles Robert, 179. 2 Pennebaker, John David Pennebaker, Wilmer P., Jr., 373 Pennington, Sharron M. Penny, Bobby Lee Penny, Luther Ronnie, 193, 194, 2 Pepin, John Joseph Pepper, John R., III, 273. 355 Pepper, William Allen, 289, 306 Peresich. Ronald Giles Perez, Margaret Agnes, 243. 373 Perkins, Jeanne Guy, 373 Perkins, Linda Kay, 251 Perkins, Mary Frances Perkins, Vera McCauley Permenter, Judith Lee, 249, 355 Permenter, Suzanne L., 253, 321 Permenter, Wallace Neil Perry, Alan Walter, 118, 143, 355 Perry, Carolyn Brandt Perry, Charles D. Perry, Claud Barkley Perry, Felix E. Perry, James Allison Perry, Lynda Rose, 251, 373 Perry, Marion E. Perry, Mary Suzanne, 245, 321 Perry. Robert End, 143, 183, 287. : Perry. Robert Houston, 277, 373 Perry, Sandra Elaine, 338 Person, joy Elizabeth, 321 Person, Michael Sink, 277. 355 Persson, Christopher E., 355 Petchul, Winifred Lynn. 251 Peteet, Portia Anne, 136, 251, 355 Peters, George Nick, 373 Peters, William Hugh Petersen, Dennis Brent Peterson, Arthur William. 183 Peterson, Bruce Werner Peterson, Johannah Magee Peterson. Richard L.. .Tr., 179. 267 Petkov, Dennis, 183, 373 Petty. James William Peyton. Robert George. 183 Phay, Rebecca Ann. 118, 253. 355 Phayakvichien, Chaichana, 306 Phelan, Eugene J., Jr., 183 Phelps, Claire Ann, 245, 338 Phifer, Jimmy Owen Phifer, Sylvia Joanne. 121, 338 Phillips, Frances A., 338 Phillips, Gale Veazey. 249. 356 Phillips, Harriet Mabry, 255. 356 Phillips, James Coney. 287 Phillips, Martha Carolyn, 121, 13 356 Phillips, Michael Rudd, 178, 283. ! Phillips, Ray C. Phillips, Richard Taylor, 179 Phillips, Samuel H., 133 Phillips. Thomas K.. 143 .Phillips, Thomas Melton Phillips, Walter Ellis, Jr., 183. 287 Phillips. William Thomas Piazza, Benjamin Joseph, Jr., 336 Piazza, Julius A., 183 Pickard, Patricia Rae, 338 Pickard, Stanley Ray, 306 Pickett, Nancy Elizabeth Pieczko. Darrell Abiff, 179 Pielak, Stanley Fre derick. 293. 321 Pieralisi, Terry Don. 183, 373 Pierce, Charles Michael, 160, 321 Pierce, Harmon Barnett, 306 Pierce, Jimmy Lee. 338 Pierce, John Rhineheart, 183. 293. Pierce, Judy Coralei, 249, 356 Pierce, Marcia G. Pierce, Robert Eugene. Pieschel, Stephen Robert Pigford, Robert Gilbert, 183, 277, : Pigford, Thomas Houston Pike, ' Ferrell Ann Pillow, Armstrong Hart, 245. 338 Pillow, Helen D. 247, 321 Pincura, Paul G. Pinkerton, James Thomas, 144, 30 Pinkston, William a Pinson, James Wesley. 145. 306 Pipkin, Sharon Lee, 91, 193, 25 338 Pitcher, Rachel Ann, 253, 373 Pitkin, Barry Edward Michael Spencer Pittman, Elizabeth Ann, 255, 373 Pittman, William Claude, 183, 277 Pittman, William Marlow Plants. Frances Ellen Ploch. Florian Herbert, 183, 267, : Plummer. June A. Poates. Mary Evelyn Poland, William Hall, 227, 216, 28 Politan, Gary Wayne, 321 Polk. Joan Carolyn, 338 Pollan, Jeannie Ruth, 338 Polsgrove, Rome 243, 321 Pong, Schwe Fang, 306 Pool, Barbara Joan, 356 Pool, Leslie, 183 Pool, William R., 112. 113, 133. 1: 143, 156, 277, 338 Poole, Mitchell E., 190, 373 Poole, William Timothy Poovey, Mary Lamar. 255, 373 Poovey, Philip G., Jr. Pope, Donna Marie, 251. 373 Pope, Sarah Elizabeth, 306 Pope, Willis, III, 182 Porter, Kelly Wayne Porter, William D., 275, 373 Portera, Johnny Mellow Posey, Rubin Scott. 165, 179, 29 3. Potter, Joseph Ned, 171. 188, 356 Potts, Cullen Vogel, 356 Potts, Donald Cochran Potts, Hugh Swinton, Jr.. 321 Potts, James Birkley. 306 Potts. Warren Averitte, 157 Potts, William Henry, 321 Poulsen, John Freed, 179, 373 Pounds, Saundra Ellen. 241. 338 Povall, Amanda B., 112, 245, 338 Powder, Cecilia Lee Powell, Joseph Gorman. 161. 338 Powell. Mary Selden. 247, 356 Powell, Minor Merritt Powell, Nancy Carolyn, 356 Powell, Phyllis Patricia, 373 Powell, Virginia Alice, 193, 249, 35 Powers, Harris F., Jr., 194, 265, 33. Powers, John R., Jr., 261, 273, 33i Prange, Clarence Dickens, 267, 32 Prange, Baran Lindhorst. 148. 149 Prather, Ann Stennett, 173, 338 Prather, Shirley M. Pratt, Lawrence Earl, 275. 356 Pray. Joseph. 322 Praytor, Michael Walon Praytor, Robert Ernest. 306 Preece, Bill R., 322 Presley, Wade David Preston, Arthur Alexander, 373 Prewett, Charles Michael. 165, 179 Price, Adelbert Jr.. Price, Carolyn Ann, 259. 373 Price, Charlotte Ann, 241, 373 Price, Connie Laine, 251, 356 Price, Deborah Fay Price, Elisabeth Florine Price, Hugh Gordon, 265. 322 Price, Johnny Andrew, 183 Price, Judson Darden, Jr. Price, Malcolm B., Jr. Price, Marilyn Lee, 259. 373 Price, Sarah Evelyn, 106, 156, 23 322 Prichard, Mellicent L.. 247, 356 Prichard. Valarie Gail Priede, Nelson Joseph Priest, Dean B. Primos, James Aleck. Jr.. 183, 275. Prince, Andrew E., 165. 279, 306 Prince, George, 160. 306 Prince, Johnny David Prince, Judith Anne Print, William Richard Pritchard, Dudley Ernest Prochaska, Stephanie Provence, James Larry Prowell. Martha Louise, 235, 336 Pruett, Betty Aven Pruett, Jan e Proffit, 373 Pryor, James Thomas, Jr., 134. 177. Ptak, Donnie Maria Puckett, Donald Lee Puckett, John Thomas Puckett. Milford Bernard. 107 Puckett, Patricia Alice, 247, 338 Puckett, Susan Waldrop Pugh, Gerald Wayne Pugh, Jack Jolly Pugh, Joseph Tunney, 356 Pullen, jerrill Dowena, 136, 249, 35 Pulliam, Anthony Ward Purnell, Catherine V. Purvis, James Watson, 287, 373 Purvis, Merry Elizabeth, 149, 338 Putt. Larry Oneil Pyles, Dixon Leroy, 291, 322 Q Quaka, Thomas George Quanta, William Stephen, 277 Quarm, Lea Quarterman, Charles P., 271, 356 Queyja, Michael, Thomas Quigley, Michael Dennis, 187 Quinn, Cecilia Odile, 245 Quin, Joseph Marvin, 157, 287 Quinn, Donald Lee Quinn, Patricia Anne, 356 Quinn, Thus Alford. Jr., 261, 285. 35 Quinn, William Herbert Quon, Eileen, 118. 162, 373 Quon. Pauline, 356 R Raab, Karl Herbert Rabideau, Marylyn Rabinowitz, Daniel, 134, 322 Rachedi, Hussein, 322 Rae, Harry Marshall Rae, Janet D. Ragland, Riley Byron Ragland, Ronald James, 183 Raiford, Phyllis Ann. 243, 356 Rainey, Theodore Hughes, Jr., 183. 374 Rainey, William M.. 129. 141, 306 Rains, Charles R., 306 Ramage. Linda lane. 173 Ramay, Joyce Anne, 306 Rammell, Wayne Brown, 338 Rampy, Edward W., 134, 322 Ramsay, Jane Mellie, 148, 322 Ramsey, Dennis E., 183, 338 Ramsey, Pauline, 338 Ramsey, William Allan, Jr., 283, 331 Randall, Kathryn Nan, 338 Randall, Patricia. Ann, 306 Randall, Richard Vance, 134, 137, 338 Randall, Stephen Hall, 179 Randle, Gerald Phillips Randle, James Curtis, 261, 271, 322 Randle, William Fred Rankin, Aaron Marlyn Rapp. ' William Joseph, 153 Ratcliff. Clyde Ratcliff, Lynette Walker, 356 Rather, David McCleary, 183, 287. : Rather, George Hamilton, Jr.. 183. ! Rawdon, Louis M. Ray, Howard Manfred Ray, John C., 338 Ray, Julienne Grey. 239, 257. 35(i Ray, Paul Aubry, 338 Ray. Steven, 269 Ray, Susan Gilbert Ray. Thomas David. 283, 374 Rayburn. Samuel Thomas Raymond, David Allen, 339 Rea, Larry Guy Rad. James Cook, 306 Ready, David Carroll. 356 Reagan, Sandra Lee, 245, 322 Reagan, Sells David Reagan, Woodrow Wilson. .jr., 183 Real, Edward Hall Redditt, Chester, 166 Reddick, Thomas Leonard Reddoch, Janet Elizabeth. 243. 322 Reddoch, John. 183. 273, 356 Redmond, Karen Lynn Redmond, Larry Laron Reecht. Timothy Hart. 267. 356 Reed, A. J., Jr.. 183, 269, 374 Reed, Cynthia Ann Reed, Dale Eugene Reed, James Russell. Jr. Reed. Larry W.. 107. 134, 322 Reed, Susan Ann. 239. 243, 339 Reel, Anton E.. III. 285. 374 Reese, Ramona Jo Reese, Regina Reese, Wesley, 374 Reeves, Allen Bradley. 152, 306 Reeves. Carol Lynn. 356 Reeves, Cathy Addine, 251, 336 Reeves, Crawford Darrell Reeves, Jimmy Houston Reeves, John, 144. 306 Reeves, Patricia Baker Reeves, Zeb F., III, 289, 339 Regalbuto, Robert Roy Regan, William Benjamin, 134, 265, Reid, George Harrison, 275, 322 Reid, John F. Reid, Kenneth Harlan, 267, 374 Reid, Robert Dennis, 275 Reiner, Mary Jane Reisman, Mike Alvin Renfro, Robert Taft, 133 Reno, Elizabeth Ann, 253, 356 Reno, William L., Jr., 275, 306 Repovich, Lieber Don Restarick, Henry Louis, Jr. Rester, Thomas Edwin Revere, Robert Ken, 183, 289, 356 Reynolds, Ernest Darden, Jr., 118 Reynolds, Jimmie Brock Rhoades, Jr., Gilbert L., 322 Rhoads, Anna Catherine, 253, 356 Rhoden, Richard Earl, 143, 179, 267, 356 Rhodes, Clarence Ledette, 306 Rhodes, Robert Allen, 339 Rhodes, Rollin Sloan, 275 Rhodes, Sharon Lee Rhodes, William Joseph Riales, Howard Earl Rican, Lorraine Henderson, 253, 374 Rice, John Albert Rice, Lent Irwin. II, 221, 287, 322 Rice, Leo Edward, 322 Rich, Melvin Hampton, III, 183, 273, 374 Richard, Darwin L. Richards, Chester Ware, 179, 339 Richards. Wylie Edward, Jr., 143, 183, 267, 356 Richardson, Arthur Danny, 126, 127 Richardson, Charles Lamar, 160, 183, 356 Richardson, James Arnold, 179, 279, 356 Richardson, Jerry Dean, 200, 227 Richardson, John Kettle, 227, 183, 275 Richardson, Johnny A., 322 Richardson, Mary Linda, 356 Richardson, Minnie K., 253, 339 Richardson, Paula Kay, 255, 356 Richardson, Robert Danny, 183, 265 Richardson, Samac S. Richardson, William K., 291, 339 Richardson, William M., Jr., 306 Richburg. William Edward, 183. 374 Richey, Charles Stewart, 322 Richey, Jean Rand Richey, Michael M. Riddell, Mary Jo, 249 Riddell, Tally D., Jr., 157, 166 Riddle, Theresa Grey, 356 Riemann, Sandra Lou, 144, 245, 339 Riether, Robert Denny Rigby, William Herman, Jr., 160, 191, 374 Riggs, Jane Allen, 2 43, 339 Riggs, Jerry Ann Riley, Sheila Ann, 357 Riley, Suzanne Patricia, 126, 127, 243, 357 Ring, Aaron Nickey Ringsrud, Dorothy Polley Ringsrud, Riau A., 183, 279, 374 Rish, Elizabeth Mitchell Ritchey. Jacob Marvin. 374 Ritchey. Sarah Sue, 159, 257, 339 Rivers. William Wayne Roach, William L., Jr., 179, 374 Robb. Robert Charles Robbins, Anne E. B., 253, 374 Robbins, H. Camille, 249, 339 Robbins, Janet Gehring Robbins, Michael D.. 227, 200. 287 Roberdeau. Michael Wood, 287 Roberds, Darryel Lee, 322 Roberson, Alice Jean. 339 Roberson, Nancy Hill, 322 Roberson, Pamela P.. 245, 322 Roberts, B. David, 133 Roberts, Dennis Lee. 160. 179. 267. 374 Roberts, Edwin Hayes, Jr., 183 Roberts, Ernest Joseph Roberts, Frederick F., Jr.. 128, 141 Roberts, Janice Kay Roberts, John David. Jr. Ro berts, John H., II, 183. 307 Roberts, Larry Howard. 183 Roberts, Linda Sue, 339 Roberts. Lloyd Eugene Roberts, Lon Sherman, 189 Roberts, Nick B,. Jr. Roberts, William Francis Roberts. Robert Le e, 183 Robertson, Charles Ray, Jr.. 194, 287, 374 Robertson, Herschel E.. II. 322 Robertson, John Allen, 134 Robertson, John William Robertson, Patricia Ann. 357 Robertson, Richard T., Jr.. 193, 194, 267. 322 Robertson. William T., jr.. 287, 322 Robinson, Bobby D. Clydene Rubinson, David Wayne, 183. 265 Robinson, Dean Carlton, 183 Robinson, George H., Jr. Robinson, Gloria. 255. 322 Robinson, James Shannon. 273, 374 Janes Vaiden, Jr., 183 Robinson, Linda Louise, 257, 357 Robinson, Ronald Edward, 227, 183, 2 374 Robinson, Ronnie A., 221, 322 Robison, Corrine Berthay, 134 Robison, Lawrence S., 307 Robinson, William S., 183 Roby, Kerry Dwyght, 153, 285, 307 Rochester, James Crockett Rodriguez, Brenda Lee Roessler, Judy Wynne Rogers, Elizabeth S., 357 Rogers, Frederick M., Jr., 265, 357 Rogers, Frederick R. Rogers, Herman A., 160, 339 Rogers, Howell Wade Rogers, J. Donald, 190, 271, 374 Rogers, Malcolm Taylor Rogers, Malcolm Carroll, 183 Rogers, Nella Carter, 247, 374 Rogers, Robert Shirrell, 190, 374 Rogers, Ronnie Leon. 183 Rogers, Warren K. Rogers, William Levi, III Romano, Rhonda Marie Romines, Kenneth Mitchell, 128, 148 Romines, Martha Jane, 322 Rooks, Charles Wendell, 171 Roper, John Clyde Roper, William A., Jr., 195, 287, 339 Rose, Jimmie NV., 183, 357 Rose, Kenneth H., 339 Rose, Willard P., Jr., 147, 183 Rosella, Patrick 0., 322 Rosmus, John Philip, 179 Ross, Barbara S., 247, 339 Ross, Earl WiIdon, 183 Ross, Frederick A., Jr., 307 Ross, Harvey T., Jr., 277 Ross, Jackson Lockwood, Jr., 219, 287 Ross, ,Joe R., Jr., 179, 289, 357 Ross, Joe Sexton, 200, 357 Ross, John C., Jr. Ross, Patricia Yvonne, 357 Ross, Richard Douglas, 141, 307 Ross, Roberta Grace, 117, 245, 322 Ross, Tony Alan, 111, 265, 307 Rost, Judith Ann, 247, 374 Roten, Betty Gail, 243, 339 Rotenberry, Letitia Lee Rotstein, Ronald Davis Rotton, Clifford Rotton, Lena Belle Rouse, Andrew Eugene, 183. 374 Roussel, Dennis Alan, 118, 281, 339 Rowan, Alfred Wayne Rowan. Keith Ainsley, 190, 285, 374 Rowe, Bettina Ann, 249. 374 Rowell, Mary Elaine, 322 Rowland, William W.. Jr., 183 Rowzee, Betty Lynn, 162. 193. 249. 357 Roy, Danny Ray. 146, 171, 289, 323 Royals, Thomas Edward Royce, Ben Lockett, 183, 265. 374 Rubenstein, Hazel Watson Rucker, Linda Carol, 339 Ruegger, Carolyn Joyce Ruegger, Forrest D., 307 Rueseler, Leah, 249, 374 Ruffin. Edward L., Jr. Rushing, Don Lowery, 195. 193, 194, Rushing, Michael T. Rushton, Fred Wallace, Jr. Russ, Roderick S., III, 183. 287 Russ, William Burdette, 183. 287 Russell, Ardis Defrance, 183, 374 Russell, Charles H., II. 273 Russell, Clara Dean. 118. 121. 255, 35 ' Russell, Jane, 149. 253. 339 Russell, Frank Allison Russell, Geoffrey Kent Russell, John Burton. 183 Russell. Martha Randall, 245 Russell, Nan. 257. 374 Russell, Robert D.. 189 Russell, Robert E.. 277. 339 Russell. Robert Pritchard, 132, 143. 287. 323 Ronald Truett Russell, 275, 323 Russell. Stacy B. Russell, Wallace Howard, 183, 374 Rutherford. Wayne Sims Rutledge, Donna Lane, 323 Rutledge, James Clay, 157. 277, 357 RutIdege, William 0., III Ryan, Frances C. Ryan. Garrett Patrick, 183 Ryan. Philip S., 174 Rye. Morris Lynn. 183, 374 Rylka, Penelope Mary Ann S Saud, Joseph K., Jr.. 279, 374 Saccoman, Richard Henry, 339 Sadik, Farid, 307 Sadler, James Allen Sadler, William Fl., III, 114. 275. 35 Safian, Brian William. 190 Salerno, Ronald Charles. 357 Salladay, Philip Carter, 357 Sallis, Joe Zack Salloum. Richard P., 277 Salloum, Victoria Theresa, 339 Sally, Robert Richard, 281, 323 Salmon, Robert L. Sam, Joseph Adickes Sam, Sherrie, 257 Sample. John Wood, 183 Samuels. Ronald Larry, 137, 136, 1 178. 166. 289, 339 Sandefur, Rebecca Susan Sanders, Alex Henry Sanders, Bobby Franklin, 174 Sanders, Charles George, 339 Sanders, George S. Sanders, Henry E., 261, 269, 339 Sanders, Janie Aileen, 374 Sanders, Jon Knox Sanders, Linda Claire, 127 Sanders, Melanie L., 243, 374 Sanders, Robert C., 174, 323 Sanders, Robert D. Sanders, Vicki Irene, 245, 323 Sanders, Wynn Stratton Sandifer, Dudley D., III Sanford, Elise, 243, 374 Sansom, Idelle Gray Sappington, Charles Edwin, 323 Sartin, Daniel M., 200, 227 Sartin, John Ray, Jr., 275, 307 Sasser, James Thomas Satchfield, C. Lamar, Jr., 183, 273, 35: Sauce, Harry L.. 193, 194, 279, 331 Saul, Fred Drennan Saul, James Kindred, 227, 200 Saulpaugh, Donald Charles, 279, 357 Saunders, Robert Bruce, 183, 277, 374 Saxon, William Jafon. 339 Scafide, John A. Scales, Roy William Scarbrough, Jimmie Nell, 374 Scarbrough, Sherry Deane, 245, 357 Schad, Terry Adam, 223 Schaefer, Harry E., 183 Schaffer, John G., Jr., 287, 323 Schilling. Lee H. Schloemer, Mary Fred. 339 Schlosser, Michael F., 273, 357 Schmelzer, Joseph J., III, 114. 137. 283. 339 Schmidt, Fred Walter Schmittschmitt, Edwin C., 281, 307 Schnierle. Eugene R., 323 Schock, Timothy Richard, 275, 357 Schoen, Stephen Graham Schoenknecht, Bonnie J., 243. 339 Schramm, Frederick Charles. 134. 135 Schreiter, Spencer Louis. 141. 265. 32: Schultze, Charlotte It., 339 Schultze, Harold Walter, 307 Schurtz, Francis Andrews, 279 Schwan, Jules A., Jr. Schwartz, Barry David, 151. 188. 357 Schwartz, John E.. III. 161 Schwartz, Marthadele A. Schweitzer, Eric Campbell. 289. 357 Scibilia, Sharon 259, 374 Scott, Alan Fitzgerald. 147 Scott, Bert Galloway. Jr., 277. 374 Scott. Cela Lee. 247 Scott. Don Bacot. 102. 107, 133. 141, 187, 195. 287, 323 Scott, Elizabeth Ann Scott, Gregory Alan. 183 Scott, Joseph Arthur, 183, 287 Scott, Thomas, 114 Scott, Kathleen Dixon. 245. 357 Scott, Marilyn Ann. 374 Scott, Mary Duran. 243. 323 Scott, Melody. 259. 374 Scott, Nancy Lee. 255. 374 Scott. Peter Barry Scott, Sally. 245 Scott, William Allen. 112. 132. 143. 323 Scruggs, Glenn Darrell Scruggs, John P.. 183. 265. 339 Scruggs. Richard Furlow, 189 Scudamore, Robert E. Scurry. Isabelle Alfsen, 247, 374 Seabold. John Stewart. 275. 307 Seale., Ben Williamson Scale, Sandra, 249. 375 Searcy, Danny Lee Seamy. Fred T.. Jr., 183, 377 Seaton. Harold Wayne Seay, Clant Jr.. 113, 118. 339 Seay, James Ross, 183 Seay, Martha Maynette, 249. 323 Sebren, Homer Wesley. Jr., 107. 141, 143. 145, 267. 323 ' Sebren, Margaret Ethel. 375 Seefeld, Janis Lynn, 255, 357 Seid. Frank. Jr. Sekul. Ronald Victor, 323 Self, Barbara 307 Sellers, Carol Kern, 124, 170, 239, 323 Semmes. Ann C atherine. 245. 375 Senter, Elizabeth Barrow. 339 Senter, James Larry, 307 Sequeira. Jaime R., 339 Serio, Charlie, 183 Sessions, Charles Elias Setser, Frederick Leo, 216 Seuzeneau, Dennis C. Sexson, Richard H. Seymour, Robert B., 118, 339 Shackelford, John S., 179 Shackelford, Virginia F.. 357 Shaddinger, Marye Jeanne Shaer, Elias Hanna Shaffer, Fred Stanley Shaffer, James G., 183. 323 Shaffer, Jimmy Dale, 279, 357 Shaheen, Daniel R. Shanahan, John Michael, 143, 357 Shands, Dave Eugene, 277, 323 Shands, Rodney Edward, 183, 357 Shanks, James David, 183, 271. 375 Shannon. Barbara Jean, 148, 323 Sharp, Harry Carter, 375 Sharp, Robert William, 183. 375 Sharpe, Susan Mann, 120, 239, 253, 339 Shaw, Betty j . , 243, 307 Shaw, Jack Stewart Shaw, Ann, 357 Shaw, John Stroud. 375 Shaw. Katherine L., 120, 156. 164, 25 339 Shaw, Timothy Dale, 132, 307 Sheely, Ben Ellis, 277 Sheely, Wallace E., 183 Sheffield, Betty Ann, 339 Sheffield, John Calvin Sheffield, Richard W. Shell, Jonathan Edward. 277, 375 Shellabarger, Lee Myrl, 251, 375 Shelley, Michael Knight, 273, 375 Shelton, Bonnie Jean, 115, 149, 253, 339 Shelton, David C. Shelton, Gregory Bryant. 183. 357 Shelton, Sharon Agnes, 255, 375 Shelton, Thomas Edwin, 277, 307 Shelton, Vernon Scott, 183, 277 Shemwell, Betty B. Shields, Margaret Ann Shinault, Ronald Nelson Shinohara, Toshihiro Shipley, Susan Marlene, 259. 375 Shipman. William Smylie, 183, 271, 375 Shipp, Felix Marion, 191 Shirley, Connie C., 163, 245. 357 Shirley, Vela Willis, Jr. Shivers, Billie Rae, 307 Shoaf, Claude Leslie, 183, 375 Shoemake, Brenda Doak Shoemake, Samuel Chester Shoemake, Allison P.. III Shoemaker, Richard D.. 188 Shook, Ann Ellen, 118, 249.. 339 Shoemaker, Allison P., III Shook, Billy Horace Shows, Henry N., 200, 227 Shows, James Larry, 178, 227, 200 Shows, John H., 113, 143, 195, 339 Shows, Robert Meredith, 357 Shrader, Alicia Gene, 357 Shropshire, Emily Kay Shultz, Pamela Jay, 255, 357 Shumaker, Michael Earl Shuttleworth, Sally. 139. 159. 245. 323 Sides, Harold It., 179, 267, 375 Sifford, Sandra Kay, 375 Sigler, James Gary. 323 Sigman, Warren Robert, 183, 265, 357 Siltman, Leslie Howard, 194 Simmerman. Bruce Edward, 183 Simmons, Clyde Douglas, Jr., 227 Simmons, Curtis Daniel. Jr. Simmons, Eugene A. Simmons, Joan Marie Simmons, Kenneth E., 134 Simmons, Sandra Marie, 323 Simmons, W. Albert, 117. 137. 141. 14 156, 157, 158, 166, 261. 289, 340 Simmons, Walter Mayes. III Simmons, Wayne C.. 190 Simmons, William B., 132. 273, 340 Simon, 357 Simon, Michael Stubbs, 103. 275 Simoneaux, James Shnoneaux. Richard Joseph Simonetti. Patricia Lynne. 255, 340 Smith, Howard Lamar. 183 Simpson, John Bishop, 160. 179. 375 Simpson. Laura Rice, 124. 136, 193, 25 357 Simpson, Tommie Moorman Simpson, Tommy T., 152. 323 Sims, Brenda Joyce Sims, James Robert Sims, Jerry Lonn. 323 Shuts, John M., 129 Sims, June Gail. 259. 375 Sims, Michael A., 183, 265 Sims, William David. Jr., 110, 143, 111 287 Sinclair, Pamela Merva Singletary, Janet Allen, 102, 107, 13 249, 323 Singleton, Jan Woods, 125, 156, 16 253, 340 Singleton, Venitia P. Singleton, William Larry, 277 Singleton. William N. Singley, Dan H. Jr., 277 Singley, Ruth Eleanor Sinnott. Sherrill Camden. 253, 357 Sipes, William H., Jr., 340 Sipos, Richard, 188, 375 Sisco, Gary Lee, 111, 141, 158, 161, 281, 323 Sisson, Charles Gary Sixbery, Wilma Mitchell, 307 Sizemore. Finley H. Skelton, Larry Charles Sanders, John Edgar, 143, 144, 323 Skinner, Irven Harry, 183 Slack, John Stewart Slack, Larry Joe Slade, Carolyn Sue, 247, 340 Slade, Deborah Carol Slaughter, Beverly, 147 Slay, Jack C. Slayden, Phyllis Caroline, 121, 340 Sledge, Mary Floy Sledge, Thomas Nevin, 183. 273 Sloan, Amelia Dolly Sloan, William Troy, 357 Sloas, Barbara Lee, 257, 340 Slocu mb, Michael Hilton, 183, 287, 375 Small, Elliott Eldred, Jr. Smira, Martha Frances, 239. 251. 323 Smith, Alice 1. Barnhart Smith, Amy Jo. 149, 241, 340 Smith, Anita Myrl Smith, Anne Karin, 259, 357 Smith, Archie Eugene, 146, 160, 275, 323 Smith, Audrey E., 323 Smith, Barbara Ann, 259, 377 Smith, Ben Alan, 324 Smith, Ben B., 128, 148, 307 Smith, Bennett Edwin, Jr., 271, 357 Smith, Bruce Barton Smith, Clinton Alexander, 187, 265 Smith, David Leonard, 265, 375 Smith, Donald F., 171 Smith, Donald Meredith, Jr. Smith, Eddie Charles, 307 Smith, Edwin Rodney, 340 Smith, Emily Jane Smith, Ernest S.. Jr. Smith, Frances Holmes, 253, 340 Smith. Garry Dale, 375 Smith, Gayle R.. 115, 253, 357 Smith, Harold Padgett Smith, Horace Edward, Jr. Smith, Houston Allen, 111. 265, 375 Smith, James Clarke Smith. James Robert, 340 Smith. James Thomas. Jr. Smith james Wood, 279, 375 Smith, Jean Moseley, 136, 241, 357 Smith. Jeffrey Ronald. 183 Smiths, John Bryant, Jr. Smith, John Lowe Smith, Joseph Philip. 324 Smith, Judy Mae, 358 Smith, Julaine, 136, 255, 353 Smith, Kendric Earl Smith, Kenneth Morris, 340 Smith, Larry Alfred, 165 Smith, Lawrence Clifford Smith, Lem 0.. 183, 287, 375 Smith, Lester F., 195. 283, 340 Smith. Lila Ann Smith, Linda Ann, 340 Smith, Linda Jane, 247 Smith. Linda Kathleen. 271, 375 Smith, Margaret E., 340 Smith, Marshall Holt Smith, Mary Bonita, 340 Smith, Mary Frances Watts Smith, Mary Katherine, 243, 375 Smith, Maureen Smith, Mervyn P., Jr., 340 Smith, Peggy Joyce,. 164 Smith, Robert 190, 375 Smith, Roy Clifford Smith, Sally Smith, Sandra Lee Smith, Sandra Lee, 255. 358. 136 Smith. Sandra Wynn, 239, 257, 324 Smith, Shelby B.. Jr., 324 Smith, Thomas Dillard. 181 Smith, Thomas Earl, 179. 375 Smith. Thomas Greene, 183 Smith, Thomas Holton, Jr., 165 Smith, Timothy Randolph. 324 Smith. Timothy Wayne Smith, Vicki Jeanne, 375 Smith, Virginia Shelton Smith, Walter Emerson. 183 Smith, William Key, 287, 375 Smith, William Ray Smith, Winnifred, 149, 340 Smith, Womack Edward, 183, 283. 375 Smither, Mary Angelica Smithey. Jimmie Lee, 324 Smithson. Bill Sterling. 157. 324 Smothers, William Doyle. 191, 279, 375 Smythe, Catharine Ingram Smythe, Nancy Collier, 173, 251 Smythe, Stanford Jackson, 358 Smythe, William Randolph. 183 Snare, Brenda C.. 255. 340 Sneed, John Boswell, II, 181. 324 Sneed, Laura Dale • Sneed, Mary Frances, 324 Sneed, Susan. 159, 249, 375 Snow, Larry Wade Snowden, James Claude. Jr., 375 Snowden. James Claude. Jr. Snuggs, Wayne Martin Snyder, Edwin Arnold. 116. 117. 133, 289, 307 Snyder, Robert Barry Sokas, Michael John. 340 Sokas Michael John Solomons, Everett T. Solomons. William E. Soper, Michael G., 183, 261, 279, 358 Sory, Edwin A. Solider, Albert HaBock Solider, John H., 190 South, Sandra Shook. 340 Sowell, Jimmy Russell Sowell, Virginia 0. Sparks, James Olin, 183 Sparks, Marvin Franklin, 183 Sparks, Roxanna Delight Speakes, Katie Dee, 247, 340 Spears, Billy Gene Spears, Jimmy Randolph. 275, 340 Speed, James Tho mas, 283, 307 Speed, Lake Chambers, 183, 273 Spence, Arlin Curtis, 340 Spence, Brenda Lou Spence, Joseph Oliver Spencer, Carl DeWitt Spencer, Charles Ross, 324 Spencer, Clara Eola, 340 Spencer. Cowles Montague. 340 Spencer, Jackie Neal, 179, 265, 358 Spencer, Pheobe Loche, 247 Spencer, Robert F.. 118. 190 Spencer, William Collins. 195, 287 Spiceland. Susan, 259, 358 Spicklemire, David E. Spigner, Glendon Ray Spinner, Richard Lee. 340 Spinosa, Eva Nell, 340 Spoo, John Corbin, Jr. Spraberry. James B., 151. 340 Springer, Avery M., Jr. Sprinkel. Susan. 257. 358 Spruill, Wade Nelson, 183 Spurlock, Thomas Calvin, Jr., 179, 279. 375 Squires. Kathleen Eliz. 247, 375 Stacey. Donald Ray, 195. 265. 324 Stacy, Donald Reagan, 129, 148. 193. 194. 307 Stacy, Edwin Dean, 340 Stacy. Richard Guy Staehling, Joseph N., 179, 283, 358 Stahlman, Jacquelyn M., 107, 134, 140, 257, 324 Stallworth. Dorothy Lynn. 251, 358 Stancill. Hugh William, 143, 287, 358 Terry R., 190, 375 Stanger, Marshall Hal, 324 Stanley, Fred Edwin, Jr.. 324 Stanley, John C., 189, 287, 375 Stanley, Larry K. Stanley, Shellye Edris Stanphill, Charles Odis Stanton, William Albert, Jr. Staples. Ethel Lobdell, 375 Stark, Carl Donald Stark, David M., 144, 307 Starling, Thomas Irvin Starmann, Richard G., 179. 195 Starmann, Robert Koehl, 183. 281, 375 Starnes, Gladys Moore Starnes, Michael Steve. 324 Starr, Walter Harold. Jr.. 183. 273, 358 Stasiak. Nancy Virginia. 173. 375 Staten, James Ronald. 152. 340 Stater, Georgia Ann. 243. 358 Stauder, Michael Henry, 189. 307 Stavroff, Stephen J. Steadman, Howard William. 340 Stearns. James Nathaniel, 307 Stedman, James E., 307 Steed, John Everett. 307 Steele, John Philip. 114, 285. 358 Steele, Raymond Wallace, 275. 340 Steelman, Harry C., III, 179, 261, 293. 358 Steen, Donald F. Steen, George Anderson Steen, James S. Steen, Louis Samuel Steen, Margaret Frances, 241, 375 Stefani, Joann Reiner Stegall. Earl Bevlin Stegall, Sandra A., 243, 358 Steiger, Robert Joseph, 190 Steinriede, Martin B., III. 273 Stephens. Frances Cabaniss Stephens, Stephen Mark. 285. 307 Stephens, Vermon Jack, Jr., 183, 275, 358 Stephenson, Franklin C., 324 Stepp, Garry Lee. 340 Sterling, Wayne Lee Stevens, Dale Joseph. 216 Stevens, Janet W., 253, 358 Stevens, :John M.. 273 Stevens , Larry Eugene Stevens, Mona Lynn Stevens, Nora Terry, 257, 340 Stevens, Richard Hugh Stevens, Sammie Cayce, 183 Stevens, William Lee Stevenson. Albert Pace, 358 Stewart. Bradford M.. 183. 273 Stewart, Gary Allan, 107. 143. 14a. 324 Stewart, H. F. Foster, 227, 200. 221 Stewart, Hampton Pitcher, 183 Stewart, James Mack, 340 Stewart, John Cameron, 153. 283, 307 Stewart, Johnny Clifton Stewart, Mariette E., 239, 245, 340 Stewart, Robert Earl, 307 Stewart, Susan Gayle, 375 Stewart. William Clyde, 273 Still, James Claude, Jr., 289, 376 Still. Lee Hudson, 308 Stinnett, Roy Lee Stockdale, Colin L., Jr. Stockwell. Margaret L., 324 Stodghill. Nancy L. Stogner, Gladys Jean, 174, 251 Stokely. Martha. Tate. 94. 193, 247. 340 Stokes. Clayade Randel Stokes, Harry Truman Stokes, James Paskel, 191 Stokes, James R., 376 Stokes, Richard David, 265. 376 Stokes, Willie Olden Stoltz, Wendel Coleman. 191 Stone, Barbara Jean, 376 Stone, Carolyn Rea Stone, David Coe, 269. 324 Stone. Eugene Carroll, 183. 269, 376 Stone, James Herbert Stone„ lames Lewis Stone, Mary P.. 243 Stone. Miriam 0., 118. 247. 358 Stone, Sandra Ellis, 259, 358 Stout, Robert F., Jr., 172 Stovall. Askew. 277 Stovall. Theresa Nell, 340 Strachn. Michael Edward Strawbridge, Drennon. 146. 324 Strawbridge, William C., 195. 287, 324 Street, Donald E., 227, 200 Street. Emma Street. Frank Smith. 183, 294, 376 Streicher, Charles Wilhelm, 189. 285, 37i Strickland Mary Claudine, 193, 249, 376 Strickland, Michele A. V., 376 Strickland, Patricia Ann, 376 Strickland, Patricia D., 118, 243, 358 Strickland. Tommy A., 183 Strickler, Jo Harriet Stringer. Eleanor Sue, 340 Strojny. Michael Alan, 271, 340 Strong, Carole Ann Stroup, Cynthia Ann Strutzel. Timothy Daniel Stuart. Martha Tip, 249, 358 Stubblefield, Beverly F. Stubblefield, Gerald M., Jr. Stubblefield, Suzanne Stuber, Mary Nell, 241, 376 Stuckey, Clarke Wesley, 275, 358 Stucklard. Vernon Aaron, Jr. Sturgul, Peter Michael. 183 Suchdeo, Shyam Ramchand Sudduth, Charles F., Jr. Sudduth, Lamar Carlton, 179. 358 Sue, Chat. 112 Sullivan, Charles J., 200, 227 Sullivan, James Forrest, 275, 376 Sullivan. Jema Lin. 358 Sullivan. Kenneth Gerald, 183. 291. 376 Sullivan, ' Marjorie Alice. 247, 324 Sullivan, Mildred H., 162, 257. 358 Sullivan, Robert R., 308 Sullivan. Ronald Ray Sullivan, Thomas James. 189. 376 Sullivan. William S., 265. 340 Suer, Floyd M., 181. 224 Salter, Ralph Elvyn. 183. 287, 376 Sulya, Mary Katherine Summer. Carl B. Summerhill. Jerry Lynn Summers. Gloria Lynne. 243. 376 Summey, Paul Bickett. II, 182, 283. 340 Sumner, James Carliss Sumners, C.. jr., 129 Stunners. William Ellis. 132. 143. 324 Surratt, Benny Joe Sutcliffe, Barbara Gay Sutherland, Jane H., 136, 193, 945, 358 Sutherland. Jerri Lynn Sutherland, Mary E. Sutherland. William H., 179 Sutherland. William H.. Jr. Sutton. Deborah Jean Swain, William D.. Jr. Swan, Terence John, 275 Swaney. Jorja. 101. 340 Swayze, Charles Jones. Jr. Sweeney, James Alfred Sweet, Daniel Carrington, 376 Swetland, Michael R., 200 Swift, Richard Neal, 193, 194, 195, 324 Swilley. Andrea M. Swor. Sam Dewey, 183, 358 Swords, Bobby Sharron, 174, 324 Swords. Janice Poole. 376 Sykes, Charles Edward, 128. 148. 273, 30E Taber, Victor Edward Tabor, Larry Stephen, 183, 358 Tabor, Noel Eugene, 134 Tackett. Joe Lawrence, 179 Taggart. Karen Thompson Taintor. Jesse Brooks Talbert. Michael John, 126. 147. 341 Talbot. Pat. 245, 358 ' Tallant:. Sharon Rajean. 376 Talley, Huey Glenn. 341 Tamke, Elizabeth Jones. 341 Tanksley. Lelia Bell, 308 Tannehill. Jack Rhea. 147 Tanner, Gale V., 183 Tanner. Lana Dee, 241. 376 Tanner, Laura Verene, 259, 358 Tarver. John William, Jr. Tate, Evelyn Lee Tate, Thomas Clingman. 273. 358 Tate. William Carruth, 183, 279. 358 Tatum, Danny Peyton Tatum. John Hargrove Tatum. Rose Mary Tatum, William Joseph Taylor, Beverly 118, 255, 358 Taylor. David 13 Jr.. 183, 287, 376 Taylor, F. Wayne Taylor, Flora Martin Taylor. George Robert. 161. 341 Taylor. Harold Gregory, 358 Taylor, Herman Eugene. Jr., 324 Taylor, Ina Rea Taylor, James M., III, 358 Taylor. James N. M.: Jr. Taylor, Jessie Roma. 255. 324 Taylor, John Leo. 261, 281. 324 Taylor, John Robert, 308 Taylor, John Talbot Taylor, John Wilson Taylor. Kenneth K., 269, 358 Taylor, Larry Carl. 358 Taylor, Leslie Edward, Jr., 200 Taylor, Lowell Wayne. 152 Taylor, Lynn Alsup, 245, 341 Taylor, Martha F., 324 Taylor. Mary Margaret, 249. 358 Taylor. Memrie Claire. 149. 247. 358 Taylor. Patrick Arnold, 358 Taylor. Pete Griffen Taylor. Rebecca Kay, 255. 324 Taylor. Robert Hart T aylor, Robert Parrish, Jr., 285. 324 Taylor, Terry Norman Taylor, Walter Theodore. 161. 341 Taylor. Roy Taylor. William E., Jr., 183 Teasley, Tames A., 283. 358 Teasley. Terry Ann. 247. 324 Tehan, William John. 191. 195. Carlos Tekell, Patricia K. Temple, Davis L. Temple, Louis Chapman Temple, Merry Gail. 247, 376 Temple, Patricia Mixon Temple. Sandra Lee. 259. 358 Teneyck, Nancy G.. 259, 376 Tenney, Eloise 245, 376 Terney, Lynda P.. 325 Terney. Philip Baird, 128. 148 289. 308 Terracin. Steve Wayne. 200. 227 Terrebonne, George Philip. 179. 281, Terrell, L.. 257. 376 Terrell. Merilyn Sue, 257. 341 Sylvia Abernethy Terry. Gary Dixon, 341 Terry, James Dendy. 183. 287. 376 Terry, William Harris Tettleton. Mary Pylant Teunisson, Elizabeth Ann. 249, 376 Thackston, Frank S. Thames. Jon Paul, 129. 148 308 Thaxton. Anthony Lavon. 287. 308 Theim. John Bruce_ 183, 283 376 Theobald. Edward Victor. 183 Theurkauf. Susan Jane Thigpen, Willie G., Jr., 161 Thomas, Alan Gregory. 283. 3:58 Thomas, Henry, 259. 376 Thomas, David Dee, 117, 152. 308 Thomas, David R. Thomas. Dixie Lynn, 239. 255. 359 Thomas, Dolores Maria. 162. 359 Thomas. Elbert Lee. 183. 265 Thomas, Gretchen D.. 173, 253, 341 Thomas, James L., 200 Thomas, Jill Lynn, 257, 376 Thomas, Margaret Ann Thomas, Mitchell Richard Thomas, Robert Wesley Thomas, Sallie S.. 156, 251. 341 Thomas, Stephen Jordan, 190 Thomas, Stephen Lee Thomas, Susan Wyatt, 243, 376 Thompson. Catherine D., 255, 341 Thompson, Charles Do uglas, 188. 353 Thompson. Clifford Charles. 308 Thompson. David Allen, 359 Thompson, Donald Edgar, 183, 376 Thompson, Gary Norris, 359 Thompson. Greg Salter, 118. 183, 275, 359 Thompson, James Carlos, 279 Thompson. Jean Elizabeth Thompson. Joe Lawrence , 144, 283, 325 Thompson, John Lawrence Thompson, harry Angelo, 137, 148. 275. 308 Thompson, Larry Victor Thompson, Luther M., 129, 308 Thompson, Michael M. Thompson, Norma C., 115, 162, 245, 341 Thompson, Norman S., Jr., 325 Thompson, Patricia Irene, 162, 247, 359 Thompson, Terrence Lee, 376 Thompson, Thomas Lawrence, 325 Thompson, Walter Rowan, 180, 190. 277 Thompson, Walter W., 114, 115. 118 Thompson, Winfield S., Jr., 273 Thornton, Carroll Hodges, 245. 359 Thornton. Frederick C., 293, 359 Thornton, Lether, Jr. Thornton. Roger Dale, 308 Thornton. Ronald A., 174, 308 Thornton, Sally Carolyn Thornton, Sarah Bodley. 241, 341 Thornton. Vincie D., 325 Thrash. ' Terry Keith, 183, 376 Throop, India Sykes, 107, 121, 139, 249. 325 • Thurber, Robert Campbell, 277 Tibbens, Linda Lee, 341 Tibbets, Robert N. Tidwell, Trudy, 259, 376 Till. Quentin Thomas, 308 Tillman. Jimmy M. Tillman, Larry Jaubert, 183, 376 Tillman, Nancy Lucretia Tillman. Opal Gail Deborah Ann, 243 Tinnin. Brent Bollinger. 118 Tippitt, William Lee, 171. 183 Tischner, Hans Juergen, 291, 308 Tischner, Hans Juergen Todd, Cynthia Anne, 359 Todd. Henry Eugene Todd, James Benny, 325 Todd, William Richard. 179. 359 Tom. Robert Ganiel, 376 Toney, Lana Maureen, 239, 259. 359 Toole, Ben. 325 Tootle. David Delano, 281. 341 Torok, Cheryl Joan Touart, Karen T.. 341 Toups, Joseph Redditt, 273, 376 Tourne, Paulette Jeanne Towles, Lester Cowles Horton. 137. 157. 255. 325 Townes, Jack A., Jr.. 133 Townsend, Joe Byron, Jr.. 174, 341 Townsend, John Herndon. 289. 341 Trahan, Carey Maurice. 183 Traigle, Joseph Nolan Tramel, James Edwards Tramontana Joseph Trapp, Frank Williams, 227. 200 Traughber, Brent Hill 146. 325 Traughber. Ewing 13., 143. 146. 341 Traylor. Carwell W., Jr., 161, 325 Traywick. Dixie Ann Treadway. Frances V.. 257 Trebowski. Catherine Hunt. 341 Treloar, Mae Rutherford Treppendahl. Lynn Lovell Treuting, John Joseph Treutting, Paid Albert, 376 Trevathan. Clyde W. Tribble, Linda Lee. 255, 376 Triplett, Bruce Wayne. 183 Triplett, Theodore J.. 130. 269. 359 Triplette. Constance W.. 128. 308 Tripp, Esther Marie Tripp. Harley Arvid Tripp. Vivian Ann, 359 Troop, Walter Michael. 174, 183. 287. 359 Tropp, Leroy E., III Trotter, William C.. III. 172, 285. 359 Trout, Ann, 253, 341 Trout. Laura Virginia William R. Trussell, Charlsie Faye. 359 Trussell, Paul, jr., 103. 191 Trusty, William E., 308 Tsai, Kim San, 308 Tubb. Joyce Delane. 255. 376 Tubbs, Edmund A.. 279. 341 Tubbs, John Roger. 183 Tubbs, Roger McKay, 376 Tubbs, Vernon M. Tucei, Robert Mark, 183, 265, 359 Tucker, Alfred Thomas Tucker, David Lewis Tucker, jack Grady, Jr. Tucker, James Gibson, III, 179, 269, 376 Tucker, Ronald Edward, 283, 359 Tucker, Tonja Renay, 241, 376 Tullis, Norman Earl Tullos, Fay Montgomery, 239, 251, 341 Tullos, Vicki Maxine, 251, 359 Tumey, Murry, 183, 377 Tupman. Stanley, 183 Turley, Edith Waits, 255, 325 Turman, Stone, 247, 341 Talmage, Smith McRae Turnbo, Ralph Johns, jr., 341 Daniel H., 227, 224 Turner, -Arthur H. Turner, Bettye Bittel, 359 Turner, David Jones, 190 Turner, Douglas Dwight Turner, Herschel Larry Turner, Jesse R. Turner, Joe Ware, Jr., 273 Turner, John Herschel, 219 Turner, John Lawrence Turner, ken Harper, 216 Turner, Linda Louise, 325 Turner, Marlene E., 341 Turner, Mary Harriet Turner, Mary Lynn. 253, 377 Turner, Robert Phillips, Jr., 285, 325 Turner, Robert W., 275, 325 Turner, Sally Ann, 359 Turner, Sally Belle, 325 Turner, Sammy Bert Turner, Stella Ross, 325 Turnipseed, Carol Ann, 121, 245. 325 Tuteur. Richard Scott. 289, 359 Tutor. Jesse B., Jr., 134, 137. 141. 143. 156. 166. 287, 341 Twibell. Michael Warren, 283. 359 Tye. Thomas Rennie. 283. 359 Tyer, Jerry Gale, 341 Tyler. Frances L. Tyner, Robert Michael. 277 Tynes. Douglas Lamont Tynes, Mary Saran Wilby Tynes, Patricia Ann, 249 „Tyson, Evalyn Anne, 257. 359 Tyson. Georgia Diane, 243, 377 U Ulmer. Richard Edwin Umfress, Harrol Wayne, 308 Underwood, Bobby Wayne, 183. 359 Underwood, Julie Anne Underwood. ' John Campbell, 1111 Upchurch, James Ray Upton, Edward Lane Uram, Mark Alan, 183 Urbanek. James Eugene. 200, 227 Uzzle, Robert 14.. 200. 227 V Vail, Carol Sanders, 245, 341 Valecka, Gail Lee Valentine, Clifton Carnell. 146. 325 Valentine. Jimmie Lloyd Valle, Edwin Valle, jonnie Ruth Vance. Bernard Wayne, 122. 137. 157 183, 277, 359 Vance, Carol Ann, 341 Vance, Cayce G.; 161 Vance, Lewis N.:289. 341 Vance. Ralph B.. 112. 115, 156. Ml. 287, 341 Vance. Valerie Maryland. 359 John C.. 157, 181. 273. 341 Vandevender. Vicki S., 121. 247, 341 Vandiver. Eddie Bolton. 157. 182. 341 Vanostenbridge, Ronald. 183. 359 Vanslyke, J. B., Jr., 308 Varadi. Sandor. 160, 190, 377 Varnado. Vaughn Eugene. 279. 308 Vassallo, George Castner. 325 Stephen, 291, 359 Vaughan. Dennis W. Vaughan. Linda Marie, 377 Vaughan, Margaret M., 227. 247. 325 Vaughan. Robert Curtis. 200 Vaughn. Teresa ' M.. I. 245, 377 Vaught, John Howard, II Vaught, Stephen Wiley. 115. 157, 277. 341 Veazey. Ganel Eason. 193, 247. 325 Vegod, Thomas Franklin, 179 Velotas. Nickey 308 Ventura. Gloria Jean Vercher. John Buford Vest, Valerie, 118, 249. 341 Viator, Delila Ann Viator. Gerald Joseph, 161 Vick. Wyman Lee Vickery, Everett Gunther. 341 Vickery, Robert Barry, 308 Villanueva, Glenn Frank Vincent. Cynthia Gay, 92, 253, 377 Vincent, Leonard Charlton Vincent, Susan Vines, Jimmy Lee Vinson, Larry Gene, 189, 265, 377 Vinson, Michael Cooper, 341 Visconti, James Andress ' Voge, Dennis Wayne Vollor, Frank Gallager, 189 Vonbargen, Roy A. Voss, Hilton Noel Voyadjakis, Homer, 160, 341 Voyadjakis, Vassilios E., 308 Voyles, Gary Clayton, 183, 359 W Waddell, Jesse Maurice, 341 Wade, John Tracy, 183 Wade, Mary Sue Wade, Michael Douglas, 285, 377 Wade, Michael Ha rrison, 191 Wade, Robert M., 227, 200 Wadleigh, Elaine Lucille, 359 Wages, Gerald Dennis, 134, 325 Waggoner, Charles Ray, 267, 377 Waggoner, William Gene, 308 Wagner, Margaret F. Wai, Kam Leung, 308 Wai, Lan Fong, 341 Wailes, Ellen, 149, 243, 359 Waites, Curtis Rexton, 160, 359 Waits, James A. Waits, John Anderson, 143, 183, 267, 35 Waits, Mildred Allene, 139, 255, 325 Waits, William. Burnell, Jr., 359 Walcott, Karen Blythe, 245, 377 Walcott, Ruth Lafon, 245 Walden, Wilbert 183, 275, 359 Waldon, Ellie Hugh, 359 Waldron, Jessyca Elisebeth, 253, 325 Waldrep, David Carl Waldrip, Linda Gail Waldron, David W., 183 Waldrop, Russell G., 341 Waldrop, Thomas Bishop, Jr., 287. 377 Waltham, James Allen, 283, 377 Waldrup, James Larry Walker, Anton George Walker, Charles H. Walker, Charles William Walker, Cynthia Ann Walker, Harrison C., Jr., 227, 200 Walker, Irvin C., Jr., 341 Walker, J. Sparkman, 377 Walker, Joseph P., Jr., 183, 289, 359 Walker, Mary Anne, 149, 359 Walker, Patricia Anne, 245, 325 Walker, Penelope Elaine Walker, Rebecca E., 247, 325 Walker, Robert Homer Walker, Robert Major, 308 Walker, Sally Jean, 249 Walker, Sandra 0. W. Walker, Susan Lee, 257, 359 Walker, Terri Lynn, 377 Walker, William Earl, 341 Walker, William Gibson Walker. William R. Wall, Benjamin Dilworth, 269, 359 Wall. John Marshall, 191, 293, 359 Wall. Ronnie Wallace Clara Wright Wallace, Fred Clarence. 132, 261, 285. 3 ' Wallace, John Mathis, 325 Wallace, Judy Ann, 253, 377 Wallace, Leigh Josephson Wallace, Michael Alan Wallace, Robert P., 193, 194. 342 Wallace, Ronald K. Wallace, Thomas Grads ' Wallace. Toby Mack, 107, 116, 117. I- 143. 145, 325 Waller. Carol Lynn. 377 Waller, Caron Jane, 247. 342 Waller, Richard Edwin, 342 Waller, Robert Warren, 195 Waller, Samuel W., Jr.. 308 Walley, Cecil Rhodes. Jr. Walley. Judith E., 359 Wallis, James H., Jr., 265. 360 Wallis, John O., Jr., 183, 275 Walman, Jane Magruder Walman. Thomas Halton Walsh, Cecile Nugent, 255, 360 Walsh, Gail Frances, 164, 247, 377 Walsh. James R. Walsh, Virginia Marianne. 118, 241, 325 Walters, Patricia Ellen. 247, 325 Walters, Thomas Lloyd Walton, Jerry Donald. 342 Walton, Juliet Hart Wampler, Betty Jo, 241. 377 Ward, Amanda Jane Ward, Annette Irene. 360 Ward, Charles Lipsey. 219 Ward, Charlie F.. Jr. 143. 271. 360 Ward, Douglas Ward, Gloria E., 377 Ward, James Henry Ward, James Marvin Ward, Martha Jane Ward, Michael Douglas. 342 Ward, Michael Hailey, 183, 269, 360 Wardlaw, Connie Laine, 377 Wardlaw, Milton Cline, jr. Ware, Billie Joyce, 342 Ware, Charles Robert Ware, Jimmy L., 285. 342 Ware, Margaret Winifred, 163 Gerald Wayne, 227, 200, 326 Waring, Robert E., 183, 275 Warner, Howard Stuart, II Warner, Tom Brown Warnick, Donald Wilson, 183, 360 Warren, Gerald Martin, 308 Warren, James William, 179, 279, 360 Warren, Kathryn R., 377 Warren, Mary J., 249. 342 Warringer, Richard B., 183 Warrington, Paul Wesley. 360 Washington Freddy Layne Wasson. Roger Downing, 308 Waters, Clyde Hilton Watkins, Fred Singleton Watkins, James Edwin, 137, 287, 342 Watkins, Jerl Wesley Watkins, Sandra Marie, 174. 253, 326 Watkins, William Franklin Watson, Bruce Paul. 308 Watson. Clara B., 326 Watson, Edna Sue Atkinson, 326 Watson, Ernest, III, 342 Watson, Harry Albert, Jr., 141, 143 Watson, Judy P., 360 Watson, Malcolm Dent. Jr. Watson, Marvin P. Watson. Pamela Case, 253. 262, 342 Watson: Shirley Claire, 326 Watts, Dwight: M., Jr. Watts, Elizabeth S., 259, 377 Watts, Freddy C. Watts, Judith Frances. 193 Watts, Judith Mae, 247, 326 Watts. Robert Eugene Weakley. Marilyn. 241, 360 Weatherly. Bobby Frank, 134, 283, 309 Weathers, David Albert. 147. 183 Robert L., 267. 342 Weaver. Diane Ella Quay Webb, Fayrene Webb, Hunter Cecil Webb, James Wilson. Jr., 194. 265, 342 Webb, John R.. 182 Webb, Reed S., 227, 200 Webb. William J. Webber. Elliott C., .Jr. Weber. Gene Walter, 309 Webster, Joseph C. Webster. ' Marian Kay. 241. 377 Weed. Peggy jean, 342 Weeks, Charles jermone Weeks, George W., Jr., 157 Weeks, Jerry Edward. 377 Weeks, Jesse Wilburn, Jr. Weems, James Sol Jr.. 183, 287. 360 Weems, Milton Bancroft, Jr.. 360 Weems, William S. Weigel. James Michael, 273, 377 Weir. David G., 183, 265, 342 Weir, Robert Cooper. 183. 277. 377 Weir, Saxton Angevine. 147, 183. 342 Weiskopf. Paul Henry. 342 Weiss„ John Nevin, 285, 360 Welborn. Jesse Kent. 273. 377 Welborn. John P.. 285, 377 Welch. James W. Welch. Paul Burl. 161. 326 Weldon. Susan Marie. 259, 377 Wellborn. James McClanahan. 275, 360 Weller, Harvill E.. jr., 1113, 277, 342 Wells, David Kent. 227, 141, 287, 309 Wells, Earl T.. HI Wells, Elsie Grace. 121, 360 Wells, Erskine Watkins. Jr., 271. 377 Wells, Jerry Bruce, 326 Wells, John Timothy, 190, 360 Wells, Mary Pillow. 360 Wells, Rebecca E. Wells. Steve Carroll Wells, Trammel Pillow, 285, 342 Welsh, James Matlock, 377 Welsh, Keith Wade, 377 Welty, Mary Alice, 245, 360 Wentworth, Lynn Charles, 183 West, Billy Don West, David Roy West, Hugh Donald, 326 West, Judith Lynne, 245. 342 West, Michael Shannon. 191. 271. 342 West, Patricia Westbrook, James Earl Westbrook, Jerry Lee Westbrook, Judith F. 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Edmund Leroy. 179, 378 Wilkins, jack Brown, 157 Wilkins, Joseph T.. III Wilkinson, Camille S., 239. 247. 326 Wilkinson. Carolyn. 247. 378 Wilkinson. Cathy, 247, 360 Douglas Roy, 183, 360 Wilkinson, Roy Douglas. 183. 360 Wilkinson, John Kenneth. 378 Judith Lynn. 259. 326 Willard. Janie Sue, 342 Amzie Thomas B. Frank. III Williams. Barbara Eliz, 360 Williams. Bennett F.. Jr., 275 Williams. Betty Alice: 247, 3711 Bobby Drue Charles Edward, 133. 221 Williams, Charles Van. 183. 285. 326 Williams. Claudia Ann. 149. 257. 326 Williams. David Allen. 285. 378 Williams. David Michael. 143. 326 David Owen. 378 Dorothy Shirley. 378 Edward M.. 283. 309 Edwin Russell, 178, 174. 279, 34-2 Williams, Elisabeth Fuson. 309 Williams, Elmer Eugene, 189, 378 Williams. Ford Smith George Oga, 309 Gordon Gerald Helen F.. 173, 378 Helen Frances. 267. 378 Helen Powell. 251. 360 williams James Edward Williams, Tames Paul john Burton, 183 Williams, John Hoyt Williams, Jon Smith, 275 Williams, Karen Ruth Williams, Kay, 145, 309 Williams, Leonard E. Williams, Leslie Wemyss. 342 Williams, Louise Anne, 136, 249, 360 Williams, Margaret Diane, 174, 251 Williams, Marguerite B. Williams, Martha Jane Williams, Michael Cluster Williams, Murry Wm., Jr. Williams, Richard Anthony, 165, 189 Williams, Richard Clifton, 273, 360 Williams, Robert Earl, 309 Williams, Robert Larry Williams, Robert Lee Williams, Rosemarie Williams, Sandra, 193, 247. 342 Williams, Suzanne Hinley, 360 Williams, Thomas Edward, 183, 21(3 Williams, Woodrow Williams, Woodrow Calvin Williamson, James Kenneth, 183, 3788 Williamson, Thomas Ed, 183 Williford, Doxie Kent Williford, Evelyn R., 255, 342 Willis, Burnice Neal, 326 Willis, Franklin Delano, 342 Willis, James R., Jr., 126, 127, 147, 151 Willis, Kenneth C., 342 Willis, Melanie Anne, 149, 360 Williston, Edward Bruce, 265, 360 Wilmesherr, Edward Allen, 287, 294, 37 Wilmesherr, Edward Allen Wilson, Barry Lee, 269, 360 Wilson, Carlton Deforest, 309 Wilson, Cassandra Jane, 162, 255, 378 Wilson, Clyde H. Wilson, ,Jr. Wilson, David Baxter, 326 Wilson, David Thomas, 283, 309 Wilson, George Tully Wilson, Geraldine Eliz, 342 Wilson, Harry Maury, 153 Wilson, James Richard, 326 Wilson, James Thomas, 172. 326 Wilson, Jean Claire Wilson. Jerry Michael, 161 Wilson, Joe Morgan, 183. 360 Wilson, Robert Benton Wilson, Robert Danley Wilson, Wanda Camille, 378 Wilson, Will Nathan, Jr. Wilson, Sonja June. 243, 360 Wilson, William Alfred, 360 Wilson, William James, 360 Wilson, William James Wilson, William Roberts Wiltrout, Randall Richard, 291, 360 Wimberley, Henry Lewis Wimberly, J. Rush, III Wimbish, Malcolm Russell, 378 WhaleIs, Jane Elizabeth, 255, 360 Windham, Collins F., 360 Windham, Donald Alan, 179, 378 Windham, Elizabeth F. Windham, Ronald Ervin, 191 Windsor, Alton Eugene, Jr., 267, 378 Windsor, Anita Sue, III, 255, 262. 360 Windsor, John Ronald Wing, Betty Jue, 326 Wing, Catherine. 378 Wing. Eugene John Winning. 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Woodside, Emily Rowley, 247, 312 Woodward, Janet %Jae Woody, Michael Thomas, 275 Woody, Roy Houston, III, 342 Woolbright, Jon Cecil, 179 Wooldridge, James Briscoe, 160, 378 Wooly, Janis Sue, 136, 243, 360 Wooten, Mary Ellen. 378 Wootten, Elaine E., 262, 326 Work, Margaret Carol. 139. 249, 342 Worley, Patricia Ann, 113, 121 Worner, Frank Alban, I 1 1 Worner, Judith Ann Worsham, Janis Elizabeth, 249, 360 Worthington, Victoria L., 259. 378 Worthy, Thomas H. Wright, Barry Lynn, 174 Wright, Clytie Wright, Dean Fairs, 173 Wright, Eddy Howard, 160. 190. 378 Wright, Douglas Martin. 179, 360 Wright, Edna Earle, 152, 360 Wright, James Vance Wright, John Rickert, 309 ' Wright, Mary Fisher Wright, Pamela Jo. 255. 378 Wright, Richard H.. 151, 360 Wright, Stanley Bablock, 179 Wroten. Louie Virginia, 326 Wuestefeld. Gale Joan. 257. 342 Wunsch. Matthew J.. 151, 163, 360 Wyatt, Forest Kent Wyatt. Jessie Belle Wylie, David Ebright Wylie, Joye Eason Wynn. 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