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NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY Yearbook of the University of Mississippi volume 76 We, who . . . think (sometimes) We know so much Because we are in a sort of school . . . Don ' t know enough of pain or of fear; Or of heat on a long summer day; Or of cold on a winter ' s night; Or of death and therefore of life. We are adults (sometimes), But few of us know about life. It seems as though it is something We would rather not ever have to know . . Because we have only read about The pain And cold And heat And loneliness. We have only read about it. And having only read about it, We are like those five blind men and that elephant (what?). We all think we know what it is, But we all see into a long, black, rotten night With no end in sight, nor any beginning. We study and talk about things And think once in a while, But we don ' t know. Photo by Permission of Martin Damn OPENING SECTION THE PEOPLE GOVERNMENT HONORARIES ORGANIZATIONS THE ESTABLISHMENT ACADEMICS MILITARY FEATURES GREEKS 181-249 ATHLETICS THE DIRECTORY CLASSES ADS AND INDEX engulfs the University and the University is aware of and a part of this town. The local folks, the quaint shops and stores, and the rural atmosphere all make in- delible impressions on our college experience. 6 in the back of our minds there is a vague remembrance of the purpose of this rocess called education . . . the opportunity to learn is always there, but the de- sire to think, to experience, to grapple, to understand? . . . Maybe its just not popular with all of us, yet. zo ' ' It is not so important to be serious as it is to be serious about the im- portant things. The monkey wears an expression of seriousness which would do credit to any college student, but the monkey is serious because he itches.– ROBERT M. HUTCHINS spirit of the university rose and fell with the rebels as they placed our pride on the line each week of the fall . . . we were solemn as the rebels found misfortune on the road, but back home the rebels were dazzling and found their finest hours in Jackson and new orleans . . . no one who witnessed will ever forget the team, the spirit of the fans or the quarterback, archie who from drew. i from the confusion and responsibility of college life is similar to a reversion to childhood for many. From the grove to the pinball machines, everybody seems to have their own special way of relaxing and being the kid that they really are. i -. = __- activities at Ole Miss are uniquely and unmistakenly ours .. . the,Greek system is at the heart of quite a few of these . . . rush offers the herd of rushees a frantic look at each fraternity or sorority at its best .. . campaigns usually manage to obscure the candidates and their qualifications with signs, smiles, skits and the latest gimmicks. MI Mil= MOM aft ° Ma ISM till a OM MI MIMI Who 4, Nom IIIIIMIt NM Mil 1104141 44111111 bit It illitt34414 WINO EMI At ma 11111111111111111111mro 11•1114 WM aim 161 L MEW 44,4 4 6111110111 11441u NMI NNW I 4:1 ti ,00k at all the lonely people, where do they all come from? All the lonely people, where do they all belong? L he right to be different is a very sacred thing in the United States; it is known as Freedom. Isn ' t it strange the way we sometimes fear and even hate those who seem to have more than their share of Freedom? It is almost as if we secretly envy them. season comes and goes . . . and a quiet, unnoticed reveller sits in the grove delighting in the world about him .. . watching them pass by departing, groping, loving and learning .. . and he holds them for a brief moment in his mind ' s eye. ild parties . . . we still have them and we still love them. Caught in the midst of a gyrating mass and the over-amplified sound of a popu- lar song, the party-goer enjoys a total experience. We are not a party-school, though just connoisseurs of good parties. N V 00 e4 Orleans . . There is excitement in the mere sound of the name. This Mississippi River port has been the scene of Ole Miss Greatness and great good times. The Ole Miss spirit will continue to flourish at the Sugar Bowl, Mardi Gras, and any other time we can get down there. orm and campus life in most cases offers the opportunity for close, personal interaction and relationship . . . all that ' s needed is a little iniative on someone ' s part. Also, this new in- dependence from home life carries with it all the responsibilities that our parents once car- ried . . . but our parents never let us order out. ight ascends upon the campus with an unrevealing shroud of quiet that fails to illuminate the pageant that is constantly progressing . . . thousands of students engage in social affairs of questionable meaning or just waste time . . . finally, studying for exams becomes contagious as the nightime becomes a period of frantic preparation. " They go forth ( into the world) with well-developed bodies, fairly developed minds and un- developed hearts. An undevel- oped heart—not a cold one. The difference is important . . . II E. M. FORSTER 34 o one can doubt that the University of Mississippi is imbibed with school spirit . . . and when one ob- serves the composite picture of Ole Miss, the extra boost of spirit in extra- curricular activities contrib- utes tremendously to our atmosphere. t wasn ' t much of a snow, but we don ' t need much snow to have a good time. Everyone (except Lydel Sims) seems to agree that mysterious and rare snowfalls are highly welcome. - 1 learning, always in motion, we findoursleves—often to our dismay—growing up. The University has given us a great deal more than vocational training and in return we leave our mark on the character of the University. I�iy ' Z�,�......... � {.� Division Editor: Steve Edds Government and Leaders Section Editors: Julia Thornton and Nancy Johnson Honoraries Section Editor: Barbara Cox Organizations: The Associated Student Body governs Ole Miss students through a three branch system set down by the ASB Con- stitution in 1960. The Constitution is supplemented by the ASB Code of Laws which is constantly being brought up to date by the Campus Senate. The Executive Branch of the ASB is held by President, Glenn Galey. Under him are the three elected officials: Fred McDonnell, Vice-President; Betty Poteet, Secretary; and H.A. Moore, Treasurer. There are also thirteen appointed members of the Cabinet who are responsible to the President. The law-making bod y of the ASB is the Campus Senate of which the Vice-President of the ASB is in charge. Repre- sentatives of all student residences comprise this branch which has the power to pass bills and resolutions. The third branch is the Judicial with the Judicial Council being the highest court. It consists of an elected chairman and six members appointed by the ASB President and ap- proved by the Senate. Through these three branches of government, representatives of the students of Ole Miss work together for the betterment of their Associated Student Body. ASB CABINET—SEATED: Steve Guyton, Chairman of Committe of 82; Fred McDonnell, Vice-President; Paula Pryor, Executive Secretary; Glenn Galey, President; Betty Poteet, Secretary; H. A. Moore, Treasurer; Walt Byrd, University Development. STANDING: Tim Wells, Campus Affairs; Steve Edds, School Spirit; Bobo Champion, Executiv e Assistant; Skip Simmons, Independent Affairs; Eric Blackwood, Public Information; George Woodliff, Attorney General; Mike Hedges, Campus Affairs,. Chip Leggett, Election Commission; Dee Graeber, Social Affairs; George Fair, Editor of MISSISSIPPIAN; Wayne Drinkwater, Academic Affairs; Bill Snead, Student Activities. The ASB Cabinet consists of thirteen appointed members that supervise all phases of the campus life of the stu- dents. For the social life of the students, the Social Affairs Committee provides concerts such as Jose Feliciano and Blood, Sweat, and Tears with the Inde- pendent Affairs Committee providing a dance by the Merging Traffic. The Campus Affairs brought about a breakthrough in the Administrative Pol- icy when the school allowed the ASB to rent refrigerators for th e students to keep in their rooms. The School Spirit Committee never let spirit die on campus even in the darkest moments of the football season. It is partially due to their efforts that the Student Body could support their team at every game. The Academic Affairs Committee pro- moted probably the best ASB project which has been undertaken this year. The Teacher Evaluation is one which can be of great service not only to the students but also the faculty of Ole Miss. The newly formed ASB Recruiting Committee has been studying Ole Miss ' enrollment problems and ways to solve them. One of their solutions has beento send student leaders to speak in high schools throughout Mississippi in favor of Ole Miss. The members of the School Spirit Committe who helped boost the Rebels to a fantasticly successful season are FIRST ROW: Murray Tubb, Joe Rutherford, and Bob Gable. SECOND ROW: Steve Edds, Chairman; Phyllis Townsend, Lee Ross, Meredith Golden, and Tommye Dale Favre. Standing: John Rice, Van Power, Bill Ashford, and Randy Graves. The efforts of the Campus Affairs Committee pay off as students eagerly pick up their refrigerators. Concerned Ole Miss students do their part in aiding Hurricane Camille victims by supporting the Christmas On The Coast fund raising drive. H. A. Moore ASB Treasurer Betty ASS • Fred ASB Vice-President Glenn ASB President Fred McDonnell, a senior from Hazlehurst, serving as Vice-President of the ASB, presided over this year ' s Senate. parlanient ' s procedure proves profitable Lee Coleman checks decisions of others before voting. Standing around President Fred McDonnell are the other Senate officers: Secretary, Betty Poteet; Chaplin, Bubba Fratesi; Parliamentarian, Steve Guyton; and President Pro-Tempore, Lee Coleman. Senator Duncan Gray reports that the Athletic Department has accepted his committee ' s recommendation for change in the sale of football tickets. The Campus Senate is the legislative branch of the Associated Student Body and has the power to control all changes in the Code of Laws, recom- mend changes in policy to the administration, and create new student government activities and services. This year ' s Senate has been one of the most productive in the recent history of the University. Some of the many useful bills and resolutions introduced in this Senate include: the bill re- questing the administration to allow students to rent refrigerators from the ASB, a bill establishing the Committee of 82 (the student lobby in the state legislature) as a permanent part of the Pres- ident ' s cabinet, and a bill appropriating money for the Up With People concert. Among the more significant resolutions were: suggesting changes in the football ticket policy, supporting public education in Mississippi, urging the physical plant to construct a sidewalk to the Twin Towers, and requesting the extension of women ' s hours. The school year of 1969-70 has been a busy one for members of the Associated Women Stu- dents Executive Council. The year began with the Big-Little Sister Pro- gram which was initiated to familiarize the unaf- filiated freshman women students with University life. Each unaffiliated freshman was given a big sister, who in turn, helped her little sister adjust to the ways of life at Ole Miss. Another program adopted at this time was Women Off Campus. " WOC " was formed to give the commuting women students more of an active part in the AWS. In October the AWS sponsored a week of activ- ities which featured Miss Virginia Graham, star of the Television series, " Girl Talk. " Other high- lights for the week were a beauty demonstration by Casa Bella, and a fashion show by the Snooty Fox of Memphis. During football season, the AWS took an active part by organizing a pep rally for the Tennessee game which allowed all women students late permission for the night. Later in the year the AWS announced a long awaited change in the dress code. This code permits women students to wear slacks anywhere on campus. The AWS succeeded in its two fold purpose of expanding the role of the female on the Ole Miss campus and providing informative programs. Mary Louise Cissna, a senior from Pass Christian, effectively served as the 19 69-19 70 President of the Associated Women Students. As a part of AWS Week, a fashion show sponsored by the Snooty Fox of Memphis was held to present to the coeds the latest fashions for 1970. The AWS Executive Council consists of: Sandra Harmon, Vice-President; Marsh Brown, Judicial Secretary; Gwen O ' Neal, Treasurer; Mary Louise Cissna; Preside nt; Chellie Furr, Executive Sec- retary; Margaret Price, Executive As- sistant; and Copper Mills, Judicial Chairman. AWS Judicial Council, made up of Copper Mills, Mary Louise Cissna, Marsha Brown, Paula Pryor, Angelita Delgadillo, and Pat Ramey, functions as the disciplinary body for the coed. The Editor-in-Chief, Bob Nunnery, still managed to smile after two years of producing the Yearbook of the University of Mississippi. BELOW: Davis Wood Nunnery, Secretary and Mr. Ed Meek, Financial Adivsor, peer over the records and manuscripts of the OLE MISS. The key to enjoyable yearbook work is the people whom you rely on for help and inspiration. I was es- pecially blessed in finding experienced helpful people to be on the staff. The 1970 Yearbook Staff showed a desire to innovate, a loyalty and dedication to their particular task, and a cheerful spirit which hopefully will continue in the coming years. Many other friends and advisors deserve my special thanks. Horace Lester, former Editor, shouldered the tremendous job of running the Computer Center while finishing his last semester of Law School. Taking over at the tragic death of the Ross brothers, Horace kept the interests of the Ole Miss at heart and supplied us with time-saving identifications and a much-missed index. Mr. Ed Meek, Public Information Director, was ex- tremely helpful with his knowledge of photography and printing and his zealous determination to have a top quality yearbook. Mr. Billy Benson continued to dis- play his friendship as a publisher-representative for Benson Printing Company. A Yankee photographer, Irving Lloyd, of Michigan has once again added his creative hand toward the year- book with his photos. His own book, The Photo, was the model for many of our creative ideas and special touches. Last year, I said that the color work of Bob Alexander in Natchez would be hard to hop. Well, this year Mr. Alexander accompanied the Beauties and the Favorites and the Feature staff to New Orleans to capture the Magnolia blossoms of Southern beauty against the scenic backdrop of that Mississippi River town. I think the results speak for themselves. Without these persons who have each contributed something, the 1970 Ole Miss would not have cap- tured the spirit of the University of Mississippi. The 1970 Staff hopes you share our enthusiasm. BOB NUNNERY Editor-in-Chief 1970 Ole Miss ABOVE: Jim Moore, Business Manager, is seen at his favorite pastime. Managing Editor, Wayne Drinkwater, gives Activities Editor, Steve Edds, a much- needed trim. Amidst the construction of the library extension are busi- ness staff members Dick Molpus and Mike McDonald. Student Government Editors, Julia Thornton and Nancy Johnson, attempt to appear as if they are diligently working. At home in the Oxford cemetery with their dead sense of humor are Sports Editor, David Collins and Opening Sec- tion Editor, Dan Woodliff. Serving as Circulation Manager of the 1970 OLE MISS was Tommy Tutor. The Greek Section was edited by Willis Frazer and Ruth McLallen. Mike Person was in charge of the Ole Miss Feature Pageant which was responsible for selecting ten favorites and five beauties. This year ' s pageant featured Ronnie Millsap. Classes Editor, Sammy Moon; and Academics Editor, Mark try to get the Annual off their minds by reading their favorite magazines. Annual Photographers have " the tables turned " by having THEIR picture taken. They are in ascending order: Bob Wright, Warren Halliday, Jimmy Dobbs, and Jeff Larkin. Off taking another picture at the time this was taken was another staff photographer Walt Mixon. Those who helped out in time of need included Phylles Ainsworth and Pat Pray. Honoraries Editor, Barbara Cox; and Military Editor, George Harrell grin for their annual picture. Tim Kreihn, Patsy Brumfield, Leah Klotz, and Terry Price attempt to make use of an early Mississippi press. Yes, we have an opening on the staff for a beautiful blonde—as long as she ' s under 5 ' 2 " , remarks the 19 70 MISSISSIPPIAN Editor, George Fair. MISSISSIPPIAN Staff members Lynda South, Steve Guyton, Pat West, and Kerry Hannahan prepare to load the delivery mobile for distri- bution of Mississippi ' s only college, daily newspaper. Having the distinction of being the only college daily news- paper in Mississippi, the DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN completed its 59th year of publication under the editorship of George Fair. The main goal of the staff was to present a complete coverage of campus news to the students in an unbiased manner, while maintaining a strong, responsible, editorial policy. The paper took on a new look this year with its switch to a four-column front page, and added such features as Action Line, Student Opinion Poll, a Right-Left Column, and an ASB Column. The backbone of the paper was its staff, for they were the ones who kept the paper going. Front Page Editor, Tim Kriehn and News Editor, Patsy Brumfield kept up with the top news and were in charge of the front page. Pat West aided them on the front page and was also in charge of in-depth reports. Randy Parsons was in charge of Sports during this " Year of the Rebels " and Leah Klotz added the feature look to parts of the paper in her feature section. Terry Price kept up with the society news, while Kerry Hannahan and Lynda South were in charge of the inside news pages. Across the hall in the business department, the " red man " Bill Reid served as Business Manager, and Ken Oilschlager and Charlie Doolittle were the Ad Salesmen. Lee White was the publisher of the DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN. These along with many more made the DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN the paper that it was. Examining the latest issue of the MISSISSIPPIAN are busi- ness staff members Ken Oil- schlager, Bill Reid, Charlie Doo- little, and Jerry Gilbreath. Disposing of the DAILY MIS- SISSIPPIAN illustrator, Ford Smith, are Photographers, Walt Mixon, Jimmy Holmes, and Ron Moody. 1- - f e 1 f_ Glenn Cannon Colonel Rebel; President of M Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities; All SEC and All American Safety. Mary Louise Cissna AWS President; Who ' s Who; Extension Chairman of Cwens; ASB Cabinet; Zeta Tau. Alpha Sorority. George Fair Editor of the Daily Mississippian; President of the Mississippi Collegiate Press Association; Member of ODK and Order of Omega; Who ' s Who; Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Barbara Cox Miss Ole Miss; President of Panhellenic; Who ' s Who; Past President of Cwens; Phi Beta Phi Sorority. Glen Galey President of ASB; Member of ODK and Order of Omega; Who ' s Who; Sigma Nu Fraternity. Fred McDonnell ASB Vice-President and President of the Senate; Member of ODK and Order of Omega; Who ' s Who; Sigma Chi Fraternity. George Woodliff Attorney General of the ASB; Vice-President of ODK; Who ' s Who; Phi Eta Sigma Advisor; Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. hi Rhett William Atkinson Wanda Earle Boatright Zetta Mae Bryant Glenn Dale Cannon James H. Champion Mary Louise Cissna Hugh Carter Clayton Barbara Ann Cox David Lee Cuicchi William Chandler Cushman Charlotte Ann Dabbs Woods E. 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TER Y , CY ECG ' ' ' ' ' ' ,,,,,,.....4`..Re•orter –L ' ...„.• ._ if !.... . i .- ! d ., 1. .‘1,4icki Alle v , - .,. Lauren An • s V rs. David Dunavan 4, ' ,- Karen Atchldy, , ' ,1 ,, Ethridge Jenny Biggers ,, „t ! ildred Green . Wanda Bolitri,T, ,„,,„,..4r,dp - ivers King ••• • - -4 ' - Ody Leech ' 4 ... ' . ' • S. Joe Sam Owen .. jimm 9 I , 4. Charlotte Price i • l _ _. 4 v 6_ --, lf 0 I f [000-Pd Outstanding Senior Women 9 n, c _grr a FIRST ROW: Rhett Atkinson, Nicholas Augustus, IV, John Aval- troni, Greg Brewer, James Murray Brock, Jr., John Burk, Walter Byrd, Jr., Dave Cannada. SECOND ROW: Charlie Canova, Jr., Bubba Cox, David Cuicchi, Bill Cushman, Lawrence Clark Dilley, Wayne Drinkwater, Bert Charles Ehrhardt, Harvey Ferguson, John Flowers, Jr., Earl Fyke. THIRD ROW: Steve Guyton-Vice Presi- dent; G. Hamlin Jr., James Hardin, Mike Hedges, Fred Hennig, III, Chan Henry, Milton Hobbs, Edward Holmes, Robert Humph- reys, Allen Jackson, Jr. FOURTH ROW: Frank Johnson, Jim Kitchens, David Shelby Knight, Charles Laney, Peter Law, Gary NOT PICTURED: George Fair, Ray Furr, Jr., Peter Gee, John Gough, J. James, James Johnson, Christo- pher Jones, Carl Leach, Troy Mash- burn, Jr., Curtis Mayes, James Mc- El wee, Hugh McLeod,BarneyMcNeely, Robert Norman, Frederick Orton, Henry Rhaly, Jr., William Rigby, Jr., James Rose, John Russell, Thomas Thames, Talmage Thornhill, William Townsend, Tony Woodall. Michael Maholm, James Walker May, John Stuart Mays, Harvey McClung, Jr., John McGee. FIFTH ROW: Shelby Weeks Mckey, Gordon Meador-Secretary; James Moore, Jr,, Jimmy Perkins, Chappie Pinkston, Chuck Quarterman, Lee Randall, William Reid, Jr., George Ricks, Kenneth Roberts, Skippy Robertson, Jr. SIXTH ROW: Richard Blair Roper, Dave Russell, John Sandifer, Ford Wooley Smith, Danny Smith, John Stallworth, Gustav Taylor, Mrk Tew, Donald Thompson, Thomas Tubb, Tommy Vinson. SEVENTH ROW: Don Walton, Keith Wayne Weaver, Bob White, Blake White, David Lynn Wicker, Keith Wilson, Andrew Wong-President; Dan Woodliff-Treasurer; George Wood- liff-Sr. Advisor; Robert P. Young. , n `r9 J- FIRST ROW: Malcolm Bailey, Susan Clark, Bill Cushman-Vice President. SECOND ROW: James Fly, Dan Ford, Jr., Glenn Todd Gallaspy, James Hall, Thomas Hardin. THIRD ROW: James Harris, Hanley E. Hasse tine, Milton Hobbs, Lamar Jones, Thom- as Joseph, Bobby Kennedy. FOURTH ROW: Charles Laney, James Abner Lauderdale, Harvey McClung, Jr., Fred McDonnell, David Palmer, Paul Parker. FIFTH ROW: George Nicholas Peters, Chappie Pinkston, Guy Ford Rowland, Stephen Shirley, Stan Smith, Gordon Strom, Jr. SIXTH ROW: Walker Swaney, Monroe Thigpen, Tommy Vinson, Sammy Walters, Thomas Woods. NOT PICTURED: James Adams, William Dillard, William Gupton, James Hardin, J. James, Christopher Jones, Daniel Jones, Paul Kosko, Richard Mestayer, Reggie Mobley, Charles Rhea, Franklin Robinson, James Smith, Donald Sprabery, Thomas Thames, Edmund Wilkins. 8 - - 011 b9 d NOT PICTURED: Anita Tribble. FIRST ROW: Gail Armstrong, Mary Kathryn Balch-Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Bell, Dreen Blakeslee, Adele Brown- Secretary; Faith Church. THIRD ROW: Rebecca Lee Decoux, Linda Edwards, Phyllis Elliott-Historian-Reporter, Betsy Hamil- ton, Helen Herrington, Margaret Hook-President. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Johnson, Cala Kimbriel, Morella Kuykendall, Jo Ann Luke, Cheri Mrtin, Paula Matherne. FIFTH ROW: Jane Mayo, Donna McCraw, Sylvia Moorhead, Sally Nash, Judy Palmertree, Rosa Poole. SIXTH ROW: Lucretia Russell, Jana Shideler, Pa- tricia Teague, Terry Wingo. SEVENTH ROW: Cookie Winters, Deborah Wolfe, Jan Worthen-Vice President; Elizabeth Young. orgno., 8 _ a FIRST ROW: John Borchert, Jr.-President. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Given, David Cuicchi. THIRD ROW: James Dutch Dabbs, Pa- tricia Guin-Secretary; Allen Jackson, Jr., Rebecca Sue Legge, Edward Lyon-Vice President. FOURTH ROW: James Martin, James Moore, Jr., James S. Overstreet, Jr., P. Pennebaker, Jr. FIFTH ROW: Mickey Perry, Lee Randall, William Reid, Jr., Don Walton. NOT PICTURED: Thomas Edwards, Paul Hester, Roy Massey, Jeanne Necaise, David Owen, Judson Price, Jr., Warren Rogers, Roderick Russ, Ill, Frances Thomas Tucei, William Wilkinson, Tony Woodall. beta g 8 71 : ' 1[1 SAO a FIRST ROW: Paul Baddour, Billy Bagwell. SECOND ROW: Eu- gene Sexton Berry, Harvey Ferguson-Vice President. THIRD ROW: Rebecca Sue Legge, Lamar Poovey FOURTH ROW: Chuck Quar- terman, John Shanahan, George Woodliff-President. NOT PIC- TURED: Linda ape, James McElwee, Lillian Parrish. C FIRST ROW: Kathly Alford, Jacki Baker, Mary Kathryn Balch. SECOND ROW: Sallie Ballard, Peggy Biggers, Dreen Blakeslee, Susan Britt, Susan Broom, Adele Brown. THIRD ROW: Marsha Brown, Faith Church, Melanie Clark, Rebecca Lee Decoux- President; Nancy Dunn, Phyllis Elliott, Becky Fudoli, Mabel Gray. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Gray, Betsy Hamilton, Kerry Han- nahan, Helen Herrington, Margaret Hook, Nancy Johnson, Morel- la Kuykendall-Secretary, Dianne Logan. FIFTH ROW: Molissia Lovelady, Jo Ann Luke, Marilyn Majors, Nancy Mauldin, Sylvia Moorhead, Sally Nash-Ritual Chairman; Margaret Pittman-Treas- urer; Paula Pryor. SIXTH ROW: Mary Shelton, Jana Shideler, Julia Thornton-Vice President; Anne Tomlinson, Pat White. SEVENTH ROW: Cookie Winters, Debbie Wolfe, Jan Worthen. NOT PICTURED: Joanne Palmer. a s -T a p - - FIRST ROW: Ronny Aldridge, Barry Allen, James Homer Best, Doug Bethay, John Borchert, Jr. SECOND ROW: Lee Hansell Borden, Bourlamd Bourlamd, Larry Bunch, Stephen Caruso, Bobo Champion, Jr., Charles Cleveland Clark, Harris Collier, Charles Floyd Crumby. THIRD ROW: David Cuicchi, James Dutch Dabbs, Ralph Doxey, Don Farrar, Harvey Ferguson, Bill Fugg, T. Gibbs, Jr., David Gleason. FOURTH ROW: Walton Gresham, Ill, James Grimes, David Hardy, Philip Hart, Fred Hennig, Ill, William R. Johnson, Donald Kilgore-Vice President; Ben Kimbrough-Secretary. FIFTH ROW: Loran Laughlin, Wiley Mcllwain, Wyche McMullan, Paul Moak-President; Terry Morris, P. Pennebaker, Jr., Fred Poitevent, Lee Randall-Chapter Effic- iency Chairman. SIXTH ROW: William Reid, Jr.-Historian; Ed- ward Robinson, Bill Searight, William Louis Shappley, John Stanley, Thomas Arnold Turner, Phillip Tutor-Vice President; Erskine Wells, Jr. SEVENTH ROW: Keith Wilson, George Wood- liff-Vice President. NOT PICTURED: Louis Barnes, Jr., Norman Brewer, Ill, Robert Carter, Joe Coleman, Luther Crull, Jr., Ran- dell Holley, James Humphreys, Ralph Jennings, Walker Jones, III, Carl Lackey, Troy Mashburn, Jr., Peyton McCool, David Owen, Walter Peterson. order of omega FIRST ROW: Rhett Atkinson, John Borchert, Jr., Walter Byrd, Jr. SECOND ROW: Bobo Champion, Jr., Wayne Drinkwater, Glenn Galey. THIRD ROW: Keith Gragson, Milton Hobbs, Car- son Hughes, Loran Laughlin, Chip Leggett. FOURTH ROW: Sam Lloyd, Ill-Vice President; Edward Lyon, Fred McDonnell, William Reid, Jr., Tommy Vinson-Secretary-Treasurer. FIFTH ROW: Sammy Walters, Don Walton, Erskine Wells, Jr., George Woodliff. NOT PICTURED: Roderick Beard, James Davis, Earl Denham, James Hardin, Henderson Moore, Charles Royals, Stephen Thomas. ph: kappa ps9: FIRST ROW: Terrel Lee Algood, Rhett Atkinson, John Aval- troni, Martha Brandom. SECOND ROW: Calvin Brister, Bill Cush- man, Mary Ellis, Harvey Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Richard Forman, Earl Fyke, Mildred Green, G. Hamlin, Jr., Michael Harrison, Mike Hedges. FOURTH ROW: Bob Hsu, Allen Jackson, Jr., Jane Lauderdale, Regina Leake, Dinah Leavitt, Judy Claire Leech. FIFTH ROW: Rebecca Sue Legge, Diane McGee, Jimmy Nanney, Karen Oakes, James Peden, Jr., Lamar Poovey. SIXTH ROW: Chuck Quarterman, Skippy Robertson, Jr.-Honor Vice Presi- dent; Margaret Ellis Linda Senter, John Shanahan, Don- ald thompson. SEVENTH ROW: Keith Wilson, George Woodliff, Janis Woolly. NOT PICTURED: Kareem Asal, Alvin Barr, Susan Blackburn, Kit Bowen, Rodney Everhart, Doug- las Gray, Carmine Hovious, J. James, Helen Jamison, Christopher Jones, Loepold Keffler, Fred Kittrell, Sarah Marshall, Jeanne Necaise, Frederick Orton, Jerry Patton, Billie Shivers, John Shows, William Solomons, Martha Turner, Charlie Ward, Jr. pL mu epr;.or FIRST ROW: Terrel Lee Algood, Rhett Atkinson-President; John Avaltroni. SECOND ROW: Pamela Butts-Secretary; G. Hamlin, Jr.-Vice President; Martin Hegwood. THIRD ROW: Susan Ladner, Rebecca Lovelace, Fred McDonnell; Diane McGee, Shelby Weeks McKey. FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Nanncy, Lura Netherton, Karen Oakes-Treasurer; Hazel Shows-Grand Advisor; Danny Smith. FIFTH ROW: Mark Tew, Donald Thompson, Charlene Toney, Roger Tubbs, Tommy Vinson. SIXTH ROW: Dorothy Anne Ward, Bob White, Andrew Wong. NOT PICTURED: Carl Black, Jr., Kit Bowen, John Brashear, David Carlson, Susan Denham, Steven Howell, Roy Keeton, Barbara Leggett, Frederick Orton, Jerry Patton, Lonnie Pearson, Henry Rhaly, Jr., Stephen Saway, Siegfried Shalles, Howell Todd. fq11 p 0_ Of_ FIRST ROW: Betty Gail Axtell, Jane Brewer, Janet Dong, Dinah Gail Gross, Pamela Hall, Linda Keating. SECOND ROW: Mar- garet King, Jane Lauderdale, Sara Helen Lowe-Vice President; Mary Helen McCostlin, Anna Mize, Rickey Jean Ricks, Sarah Ross. THIRD ROW: Martha Watkins, Barbara Williams-Secre- tary; Lou Williams, Marian Winton-President; Patricia Wong. ❑ FIRST ROW: Kay Akin, Susan Aycock, Penny Baker. SECOND ROW: Ann Bryson-President; Babs Burnham, Mary Cathryn Dyre- Vice President; Patricia GuM-Treasurer; Claudia Jones. THIRD ROW: Janice Kellum, Lynn Parks-Editor; Lamar Poovey, Betty Carol Swords, Carol Jo Thomas-Secretary; Kathy Williams. scabbazdi FIRST ROW: John Aldridge, Eugene Walton Atkinson, Jr., Harvey Bien, John Borchert, Jr., Eddie Bryant-President; Barry W. Carlisle. SECOND ROW: Harris Collier, Sonny Cowsert, Ill, James Donald, Wayne Drinkwater, David S. Edmondson, Bill Edwards, Jr. THIRD ROW: James Gabriel, David Gleason, James Grimes, G. Hamlin, Jr., Richard He en, Hooper Jones, Thomas Langmesser. FOURTH ROW: Loran Laughlin-Vice President; Al- ton Lewis, Jr., Edward Lyon, James Walker May, James Minor, Mitch Poole, Ben Royce. FIFTH ROW: Robert Samson, Tom Smith, Donald Thompson, Terry Thrash, Larry Tillman, James Lamar Townsend, Charles Ware. NOT PICTURED: David Allen, Louis Barnes, Jr., Donald Boykin, Luther Crull, Jr., Robert Ellis, Jr., George Fair, Thomas Garrigan, Steven Howell, Carl Lackey, Peyton McCool, Robert Nance, James Newton, Rian Ringsrud, Michael Slocumb, Billy Staggers, Carlos Teichert, Mark Uram, Richard Utley, John Wells, Edward Williston, Alfred Zielinski. FIRST ROW: Wanda Boatright-Treasurer; Susan Britt, Susan Broom, Janie Davis. SECOND ROW: Mildred Green-Chaplain; He en Herrington-Vice President; Dianne Logan-Social Chairman; Susie Long-President. THIRD ROW: Blaine Mitchell, Patricia Pardue- Sgt.-At-Arms; Linda Segrest. NOT PICTURED: Rita Goolsby, Mary Jackson, Martha Neilson, Violet Paul. [C» 21, orrega Members of Alpha Phi Omega are FRONT ROW: Larry Rea, President; Dr. John Douglas, Sponsor. BACK ROW: James Singleton, Jim Nabors, John Eadie, Johnny Moore and Ronnie Tucker. Alpha Phi Omega is the National Service Fraternity designed to help each member learn how to Be a Leader, Be a Friend, and Be of Service. Alpha Phi Omega was founded by twenty men on December 16, 1925, in Easton, Pennsylvania. In only 44 years, it has grown into over four hundred active chapters with a total of over 100,000 members. Epsilon Omega Chapter was established at the University of Mississippi on May 2, 1948. Since then, Alpha Phi Omega has been of service to the students by operating the ASB-APO Book Exchange. Alpha Phi Omega members pro- vide many services: ushering at ASB events, supervising at co-educational Scout camps, working with Boy Scouts in the community, and working with the Oxford Chamber of Commerce and the Oxford Jaycees. The highlight of the Epsilon Omega Chapter is their Ugly Man on Campus Contest during Dixie Week. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a pro- fessional society dedicated to furthering the professionalism and the general welfare of its members, the chemical en- gineers. Here at Ole Miss, the A.I.C.E. Student Chapter is involved in many activities which develop professionalism in the students. In addition to bringing in highly qualified speakers in the chemical engineering field for the monthly meetings, each year the Student Chapter sponsors an exhibit in the annual Engineering Day technical exhibit competition. This exhibit is not only operated by also designed and built by the students themselves. The Student Chapter also hosts numerous plant inspection tours during the year, giving the students an opportunity to see the practical application of their classroom studies. In addition, the Chapter holds at least two social events each year, giving the students a much-needed opportunity to become acquainted with the students and faculty of the Chemical Engineering Department as a whole. Experimenting with a steam condensation unit are female chemical engineers Bunni McNeeley, Mary Rawls, and Elaine Leggett. Members of American Institute of Chemical Engineers are Dan- ny Smith, Treasurer; Mary Rawls, Vice-President; Elaine Leg- gett, Bunni McNeely, Don McNeely, Dr. Russell Owen, Robert Lee Davis, Dr. Leland Roy, Alan Hale and James Baron Caul- field. Others are Dr. Frank Anderson, Academic Advisor; Teddy Senften, John Miles, Eugene Holmes, Don Thompson, President; Dr. Harry Bostian, Rodney Todd, Marlin Todd, and Karl Nelson. n L SEATED are Susan Aycock, Ronnie Shearer, Regina Leake, Wally Byrd, Wayne Till, Susan Langdon, and Larry Smith. STANDING are Marsha Metts, Jim Brock, Mary Kathryn Balch, Woody Barnham, Associate Director, David Hicks, BSU Director, Steve McNeely, Johnny Joe, Terry Haimer, Peggy Barnett, and Sherwood Nance. BSU is ---students worshipping together at Noonday De- votions, a brief daily focus on the spiritual life ---students helping others, giving gifts to needy children at Christmas, giving money to send other students on mission work around the world ---students seeking to relate their Christian faith to their academic disciplines and to the life of the campus ---students having fun together in intramural sports, parties, banquets, retreats ---students seeking ways to share the faith which motivates them with others who are seeking meaning and purpose in life ---a dialogue between black and white students ---a trophy for the best girls ' basketball team of any BSU in the state ---a discussion of the latest film to learn what it has to say about life BSU is ---many things, done because they are important ---students planning and doing important things because they care. Coming from around the U.S. and from around the world, Up With People came to the Ole Miss campus in late February. In their three nights of performances they sang of brotherhood and the good of all men. A bit idealistic, no student could deny their sincerity and desire to make people take a look at the world around them. With their departure, Ole Miss was a little better because of their songs, their smiles, and their message. Under the sponsorship of the Committee of 100, an organization of students who represent all areas of the campus community and all faiths, the Department of Religious Life brings to the campus noted and provocative theologians, ministers, writers, and scholars in the field of religion. The members of the Committee of 100 accept their responsibility in planning Religious Emphasis Programs in the knowledge that they speak for religion on the campus, in providing opportunities for the understanding of the faiths of others, and for working with those of different faiths. Serving as Co-chairman of the 1969-70 Committee of 100 are Pamela Butts and Skippy Robertson. Other Officers of the Committee of 100 are BACK ROW: Sammy Walters, Walt Byrd, Robert Williams, and David Shreve. FRONT ROW: Jan Worthen, Skippy Robertson, Charles McCool and Pamela Butts. The University Concert Singers, who are selected through auditions held at the beginning of each se- mester, are under the direction of Dr. James Coleman, Chairman of the Music Department. The Concert Sing- ers usually take a tour of a number of high schools in the spring of every year and perform concerts on campus at Christmas and in the spring. In March, 1970, the Singers performed Verdi ' s Requiem with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra. Officers of the Concert Singers are: Jim Edwards, President; Jackie Hormer, Vice-President; and Linda Taylor, Secretary. " The Group " a nationally recognized organization of ten mem- bers of the University Singers performs for a group of alumni and friends prior to this year ' s Homecoming Game. Serving as President for 1969 -70 of the Financiers is Larry Smith. Larry Smith and Dr. Fenstermaker discuss plans for a program on the role of the Federal Reserve System in periods of inflation. Officers of the Financiers include: Larry Smith, Dr. Fenstermaker, Sponsor; Harvey Ferguson and Ronny McElroy. The purpose of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is scientific, literary and educational endeavors directed toward the advancement of the theory and prac- tice of electronics, electrical engineering and related arts and sciences. Meetings are held on a monthly basis with programs being presented concerning the field of electrical engineer- ing and related disciplines. One such program was a presentation of computer time-sharing applications by Mr. John C. Owens of the General Electric Company, Informa- tive Service Department. The Ole Miss Student Branch often participates in joint meetings with the Memphis Section of the IEEE and the Mississippi State Student Branch. Speakers for these functions have been nationally recognized authorities in the fields of electrical engineering and electromagnetic theory, such as Mr. W.W. Mumford of Bell Laboratories, Whippany, New Jersey. Electrical Engineering students are given the opportunity to use electrical equipment to pro- vide practical proof of their text book theories. Members of IEEE are FRONT ROW: H. C. Leeper, Vice-Chair- man; D. J. Nickens, Treasurer; Mike Hedges, Chairman; Jim- my McCay, Secretary; John B. Vercher, and Carl Black. BACK ROW: Allen Glesson, Jimmy Dees, Mark Wise, Ronald Black- burn, Har Dayal and Frank Herring. Others include Barry Douglas, Marvin Carraway, Walter Semmons, Jimmy Johnson and Dr. Robert Herring, IEEE Counselor. Kappa Psi was founded at the Russell Mili- tary Academy in New Haven, Connecticut, on May 30, 1879, by Mr. F. Harvey Smith. The Beta Rho Chapter is presently in its fourth- third year at Ole Miss, having been chartered in 1926. Kappa Psi presently has over 32,000 members nationally, being the largest pharmacy fraternity and the third largest pharmaceutical organization. Membership permits a person to be part of an organization that has for its aims the im- provement of pharmacy as a profession, and it gives the individual an opportunity to work closely with fellow members on several worthy projects during the year. Some of these proj- ects are providing Christmas gifts for the men- tally retarded, making posters and displays for Poison Prevention Week, and developing a display for Pharmacy Day at Ole Miss. The cornerstone of Kappa Psi are industry, sobriety, fellowship, and high ideals. The pro- fessional benefits from a pharmaceutical fra- ternity are that the efforts of each individual are knit into a working organization with set procedures. Bill King, a senior from Oxford and President of Kap- pa Psi, works on a pharmaceutical research program. Members of Kappa Psi are FRONT ROW: Keith Aldridge, Danny Jackson, Robert Jeffcoats, Secretary; Dennis Braun, Chaplain; Butch Wall, Historian; Benny Dedmon, Treasurer; Charlie McKnight, Vice- Regent; Bill King, Regent; and Glenn Price. SECOND ROW: Tommy Keith, Danny Hutchison, Pat Miller, Ron Sanders, Richard Little, Sony Thompson, Joe Simon, Cooly Hobdy, Ray Chiniche, Tommy Senter and Johnny Boyles. THIRD ROW: John Conger, John Gib- son, John Davis, Phil Hull, Jack Lee, Ken Welch, Tommy Fedrick, George Milstead, Paul Sappoch, Dale Goforth and Johnny Odom. BACK ROW: Jimmy Hartzog, Fred Harwell, Rick Robbins, Larry Mor- gan, Steve Dillard, Ken Hillman, Mike Shibley, Jerry Berch, Bill Byrd, David Buford, Dr. Mickey Smith, Dr. Maynard Quimby, Dr. Austin Hodge, Dr. Robert Mikeal, Dr. Charles Hartman, Marlin Blackledge and Larry Morgan. The Ole Miss Karate Club has grown in spirit and size during 1969-1970. Karate is the most-effective method of unarmed self-defense. It has undertones of spprtsmanship that are stronger than those fo und in most competitive sports. It also helps as a form of physical conditioning. This year a team representing the Club attended tournaments in Dallas, Atlanta, Delta State College, Jackson, Gulfport, and Hattiesburg. On the campus, the Club sponsored the Southern U.S. Karate Champion- ship, which brought competitors from all parts of the South. The Ole Miss. Karate Club uses the Tae Kwon Do style of karate of Korean origin, with a belt ranking system starting at white to gold, then to green, blue, brown, and with the highest degree being a black belt. Hai-Karate! Be careful how you use it! Members of the Karate Club include, FIRST ROW: David Swink, Treasurer; Betty Bryan, Mac Dryden, Vice-President; and Andy Curtis, President. SECOND ROW: Edward Woo, Jesse Pollard, Bob Beaty, Arthur Leslie, John Fleming, Joe Benzen and Randy Simmons. THIRD ROW: George Perry, Steve Marks, Jimmy Jones, Linda Youree, Mike Chadwick, Chet Richard, Ben Walley, John Stallworth, Bob McKay, and Brenda Rebecca. Not pictured is Glenda Apple white, Secretary. The Mississippi Law Journal is edited and published by students of the L.Q.C. Lamar School of Law, and membership on the Journal is one of the highest honors which can be attained in the Law School. Con- tinuously published since 1928, the Journal is one of the nation ' s leading law reviews. Issues appear quar- terly containing articles of current legal interest, written by practicing attorneys and students. As the official publication of the Mississippi State Bar, the Journal also prints bar association proceedings. Candidacy on the Journal is primarily based upon scholastic achieve- ment, and full membership is based upon attainment of skill in legal research and writing. All members of the Journal staff must write two articles of publish- able quality. In addition to publishing the Journal, staff members prepare and distribute weekly advance sheets of the most recent Mississippi Supreme Court decisions to attorneys and members of the judiciary on a subscription basis. Editors-in-Chief of the 1969-19 70 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL are Jerry Langford and Hugh " Buzzy " Clay- ton. The staff of the LAW JOURNAL is FIRST ROW: Rick Fortenberry, Alan Michel, Pat Almon, Jan Patterson, Bob Hilton and John Howard Shows. SECOND ROW: Ric Forman, James Paden, Horace Lester and Gray Burdick. NOT PICTURED is the Law Journal Editorial Board consisting of: Buzzy Clayton, Woods Eastland, George Evans, James Peden, Roger Clark, Ernie Lane and Bill Bost. St. John ' s Rectory serves as the home for the Newman Club, a Catholic-sponsored organization. The Newman Club, a Catholic-sponsored organiza- tion for students on secular college and university campuses, has taken a somewhat new approach to its task this year at the University of Mississippi. Through its participation in the United Campus Ministry and in the spirit of the Vatican Council II and the Ecumenical Movement, the Newman Club has strived to broaden its scope, looking toward future horizons. The main- taining of an office in the " Y " building has offered both the Catholic and the non-Catholic students a greater availability to the truths and teachings of the Catholic Church. The Newman Club offers opportunity and satisfaction sought by students in an uncertain world. Besides the religious ideas presented, this organization offers participation in worthy projects and social activities. All students, faculty and staff are welcomed to the Newman Club, which has none of the barriers arising from differences in creed, color, culture, or country. Officers of Phi Alpha Theta are SEATED: Dr. Leone Boothe, Ad- visor, and Judy Kitchens, Sec- retary. STANDING: Sid Mont- gomery, Vice-President; Wilson Golden, President; and Roger Tate, Treasurer. Phi Alpha Theta, an international honor society in history, was organized at the University of Arkansas on March 17, 1921. Membership now numbers several hundred chapters which con- tinue to attract scholars in the field of history. Kappa Alpha Chpater of Phi Alpha Theta was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1965. The encouragement of research, good teaching, and the exchange of learning are among this or- ganization ' s goals. Kappa Alpha Chapter seeks to supplement the curriculum by sponsoring speakers at various times during the school year. Membership requirements for Phi Alpha Theta include a mini- mum of twelve semester hours in history with a 3.0 average and a 2.75 overall average. President of Phi Alpha Theta for 1969-1970 is Wilson Golden from Holly Springs. Members are FIRST ROW: Samie Chow, Jerry Crocker, Albert Val- entine, Kenny James, Harry Gong, Ernest Oliver and Larry Boozer. SECOND ROW: Jack Spenser, Dilworth Meeks, Billy Haire, Jimmy Brinson, Ron Brown, Charles Morlino, Michael Latham and Ken Robinson. THIRD ROW: Laney Funderburk, Secretary; John Dres- sler, Terry Algood, Bob Booth, Treasurer; David Hogue, President; Pat Condon, Gene Brown, John Malathesa, Vice-President; Bob Smith, Gene Abbott, Corresponding Secretary; Leslie Dunn and Robert Boggs. NOT PICTURED are Steven Knight, Larry Tabor, Clem Patrick, Larry Chapman and Arnold Richardson. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Chi, national professional pharmaceutical fraternity, was established at Ole Miss in 1927. Its national origin was at the Uni- versity of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1883. The fraternity membership is limited to outstanding students from the professional curriculum of the School of Pharmacy who have met the prescribed requirements and have been approved by the membership. The cornerstones of Phi Delta Chi are Professionalism, Scholarship, and Brotherhood. The objectives are service to, and support of the school, the profession, and the public health and well-being. The brothers of Phi Delta Chi work together in an effort to preserve and strengthen the high ideals of the profession of pharmacy. Programs in pharmacy and related fields highlighted their regular meetings. Practical experience is promoted by the Phi Delta Chi Fraternity. The Association is a graduate level group of students organized for the purpose of furthering their knowledge and understanding of Urban Planning. The Association conducts field trips and projects that enable the students to obtain valuable training in job situations. They recently completed a study for a comprehensive plan for the community of Ripley. It was their purpose to formulate a plan for future growth and de- velopment of the Tippah County town. This is only one of numerous projects the Association undertakes to apply academic work to real-life situations. Officers of the Ole Miss Student Association of Urban Planners are (SEATED, left to right) Clark Holmes, President; Clyde Cook, Faculty Advisor; and Bruce Hansan, Vice-President. STANDING are Colbert Jones, Representative to Grad- uate Council; and Woody Sample, Secretary-Treasurer. Gouras, Paul Wilson, Robert Schroeder, Al Nee , Assistant Profes- sor of City Planning; Michael Bridge, Larry Smity, Jim Dardin and Ron Hudson. SEATED: Left to right—Colbert Jones, Clark Holmes, Clyde Cook, Chairman of the Department of City Planning; Bruce Hanson and Woody Sample. STANDING: Left to right—Sidney Scales, Jimmy In a practical situation, SEA members make use of their teaching skills. The Student Education Association is a na- tional organization of those students who plan to enter the profession of teaching. The purpose of the S.E.A. are ---To develop an understanding of the teaching profession through participation in the work of local, state, and national education associations. ---To develop an understanding of the history, ethics, organizations, policies, and programs of education associations. ---To interest capable young men and women in education as a lifelong career and to en- courage selective standards for persons admitted to approved programs of teacher education. ---To gain practical experience in working to- gether and in working with education associa- tions on problems of the profession and of , society. ---The monthly meetings have programs in- cluding noted speakers from numerous fields, new teaching films, practice-teaching panels, and supplementary information on the procuring of jobs fo r teachers. The year ' s activities also include a fall tea honoring new members and the faculty and a spring banquet. Student Education Association Officers are Sylvia Moor- head, Treasurer; Clare Quinn, Secretary; Nancy Scott, Vice-President; and Cindy Savage, President. ro Officers of Tau Beta Pi are Earl Fyke, Recording Sec- retary; Bunni McNeely, Corresponding Secretary, ..HaI Moss, President; and Mike Hedges, Cataloguer. Members of Tau Beta Pi are KNEELING: John Vercher and Roger Tubbs. STANDING: Hal Moss, Elaine Leggett, Alan Hale, Pramathesh Vakil, Win- ston Smith, Shailesh Vakil, Harvey Leeper, Mark Tew, Earl Fyke, Mike Hedges, Bob White and Bunni McNeely . Officers of Theta Sigma Phi are Susan Langdon, vice president; Pat Strickland, president; Nan Rus- sell, secretary; and Terry Price, treasurer. Each spring the Best Dressed Contest in conjunction with Glamour Magazine is sponsored by Theta Sigma .Phi. thetaca ' gma Theta Sigma Phi is a national honorary organization for women in the field of journalism and communications. The basic qualifications for membership in Theta Sigma Phi are scholarship and educational contributions by its members to the University of Mississippi. Beta Eta Chapter of Theta Sigma Phi at Ole Miss spon- sors the annual Best Dressed Contest each spring for Glamour Magzine. In addition to the contest, Theta Sigma Phi also sponsors the distrubtion of the Mississippi Maga- zine, a local publication, all over the state. The purpose of Theta Sigma Phi is to recognize the achievements of women in communications and to work toward a more responsible new media. The purpose of Theta Sigma Phi can be summarized in three words: love, integrity and service, our motto. These three pur- poses must be accompanied by the light of truth. Members of University Dancers practice weekly to prepare for the numerous performances they put on throughout the year. The University Dancers was organized in the early part of the 1950 ' s and is now under the direction of Gene McCutchen, Assistant Pro- fessor of Physical Education. The purpose of the group is to further the study of modern dance techniques and to give the members an opportunity to pursue compositional problems resulting in performance. Each semester, try- outs are held for potential members. No quota is set for new dancers and selection is based on skill in dance as well as compositional tech- niques. Those who are chosen receive one credit for each semester they are in Dancers. Each spring the Dancers present a concert. The program includes a variety of dance styles, although the majority are contemporary. The Dancers present a number of short programs each semester for campus and community or- ganizations, including performances at the half- times of several basketball games. In addition to these performances, the Dancers have given concerts at Wood Junior College and Mississippi Delta Junior College. The traditional Can-Can is only one of the many types of dances the University Dancers use in their routines. The Women ' s Recreation Association is in charge of intramural activities for the Ole Miss coed. This year bowling, archery, and table tennis were added to the already existing sports of basketball, bridge, tennis, badminton, volleyball, and softball to pro- vide a well-rounded program. Winners of the in- dividual tournaments are awarded trophies and a team championship is determined at the conclusion of the year. Zeta Tau Alpha holds the overall trophy for the 1968-1969 school year and Phi Mu Sorority was awarded the sportsmanship trophy. A new program for WRA this year included the selection of an All-Star Team for each sport. The team is selected by the girls themselves. The WRA with its varied activities hopes to fulfill its purpose of providing every woman with an op- portunity to gain physical, mental, and social fitness. Archery is one of the newest sports added to the WRA ' s program. Members of the Woman ' s Recreation Association are Gloria Tedder, Ann Prather, Mary Ann Chancellor, Ann Suares and Marianne Wat- son. Officers are Marilyn Majors, Treasurer; Nancy Scott, Secretary; June Sims, President; Edith Perry, Vice-President; and Miss Pa- tricia Flenniken, Director. Other members include Mary Ruth Burke, Wanda Bolden, E va Thomas, Cookie Winters, Rhoda Naff and Becky Carter. Officers of the Y are Libby Holder, Bill Reed, Mary Betsy Bry- ant, Susan Langdon, Ellen Ambrose, and Phil Hart. The Ole Miss Y (YMCA-YWCA), a nondenominational lay Christian organization with voluntary membership open to all students, faculty, and staff, dates back to 1868. The Y presents varied programs including speak- ers, discussions, films, and drama. These programs are aimed at broadening the educational experiences of students to include social needs, national and inter- national issues, and an understanding of the relevance of religion to current human affairs. The Y also provides a means for students to become involved in a variety of special projects. These include faculty-student seminars, international student activities, book drives for Asian universities, clothing drives, an international handcraft sale, a tutorial program, and similar projects. The Y also provides recreation, news- papers and magazines, a TV area, duplicate bridge, and other free-time activities. Co-Presidents of the 1969-1970 Ole Miss Y are Phil Hart and Mary Betsy Bryant. Epsilon Gamma Epsilon is an organization for students in the Department of Office Administration. It was founded at the University in 1951 and emphasizes four activities-the professional, the fraternal, the hon- orary, 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 o f its members for office occupations and for teaching. Membership is based on character, leadership, and scholarship, and is open to both men and women. Members of ASME are Larry Holoman, Jim Richardson, John Davis, David Lake, Vic Jones, Dr. James R. Mac- donald, Sponsor; Aron Koon, Jeffery Crawford, Secretary; Robert Williams, Treasurer; Mat Wunsch, Vice-Presi- dent; and Roger Tubbs, President. Epsilon Gamma Epsilon members are Dr. Lyle C. Fowler, Carol Jo Thomas, Jan Kellum, Penny Baker, Betty Swords, Jan Horton, Ann Bryson, Pam Bedgood, Diane Stillis, Treasurer; Bernice Craig, Vice President; and Claudia Jones, President. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has as its purpose the promotion of professional develop- ment and contact with practing mechanical engineers through field trips and a diversified speaker program. To encourage engineering advancement and achieve- ment and to promote understanding between the stu- dents and faculty members are two other aims of ASME. From these programs the members gained in- ) into the engineering profession. Membership is open to students in Mechanical Engineering. Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in edu- cation, is open to undergraduate and gradu- ate students in the school of education. To be eligible for membership, undergraduates must have a 3.25 grade point average, and graduates must have a 3.00 grade point average. Members should also exhibit com- mendable personal qualities and worthy educational ideals. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to en- courage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize out- standing contributions to education. Month- ly meetings with planned programs are held, and members participate in service projects. Kappa Delta Pi publishes The Educational Forum and The Record. Kappa Delta Pi was founded March 8, 1911, at the University of Illinois. It was incorporated June 8, 1911. Zeta Eta chap- ter was established on the Ole Miss campus May 10, 1947. During the 1969-1970 school year, Zeta Eta chapter hosted a state meeting of Kappa Delat Pi chapters, and organized a breakfast at the Mississippi Education Association in Jackson. The chap- ter also operates a loan fund. Discussing the latest in teaching techniques are Tom Smith, President of Kappa Delta Pi, Mrs. Lynton Dilley and Dr. Jerry Robbins, Co-Counselors. Members of the Moot Court Board are SEATED: Doug Gunter, Don Frugel, Chairman; Angelo Dorizas and Fred Crebbs. STANDING: Tommy Abernethy, Jim Amos, Billy Spencer, Bill Barnett, Peggy Dolan and Carol West. Others include Jimmy Mathis, Bill Porter, Geraldine Harringten, Fred Johnson, Jolly Matthews and Ken Krogstad. NOT PICTURED: Bob Nunnery, Scott Brasfield and James Lockard. The purpose of the Moot Court Program is to provide the law student with some practical understanding of the highly tech- nical theory which characterizes his aca- demic training while at the Law School. Each student is required to participate in both the Appellate and Circuit Court Pro- grams conducted by the Moot Court Board before graduation. The Moot Court Board is composed of students in approximately the top fifteen per cent of their class based on academic standing. Thus constituted, the Board su- pervises the Moot Court Program, schedules the hearing of some 45 cases a year before practicing attorneys or judges sup- lied in conjunction with the Mississippi Junior Bar, and helps the individual par- ticipants in the preparation of the cases. As is now planned, the top four Appellate Moot Court participants will have the op- portunity to argue a Moot Court case at the Mississippi Bar Convention this June. In every phase of the Program a con- cerned effort is made to stimulate a feeling of realism. Under an agreement with the Mississippi Supreme Court, the Board has access to the actual transcripts of trials appearing before that Court for review. The School of Law is fortunate to have a full-sized Moot Court Room appointed and equipped in accord with modern require- ments. The National Honor Society in Philosophy was founded in 1930 as Alpha Kappa Alpha. On October 21, 1955, the so- ciety was incorporated as Phi Sigma Tau, and began to assume national status. Within one year, chapters were in- stalled in Mississippi, Tex as, California, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, and elsewhere. The organization is now a full participating honor society in the Association of College Honor Societies. It now numbers sixty chapters. The objects of the society are: (1) to serve as a means of awarding distinction to students having high scholarship and personal interest in philosophy; (2) to promote student- interest in research and advanced study in this field; (3) to provide opportunities for the publication of student research papers of merit; (4) to encourage a professional spirit and friendship among those who have displayed marked ability in this field; (5) and to popularize interest in philosophy among the general collegiate public. Activities of the Ole Miss Chapter of Phi Sigma Tau this year have included meetings with guest speakers and dis- cussions on such topics as " Philosophy and Law, " " Philos- ophy and Literature, " and " Philosophy and Language. " Phi Sigma Tau members are: Ed Tropp, Dr. Flynn, Norma Weaver, Pat Strick- land, Mary Betsy Bryant, Mr. Furr and John Miles. STANDING: Jack Lacy, Bob Norman and Claiborne Barks- dale. Members of Phi Beta Lambda are: Dr. Jeanne Holley, Sponsor; Glenda McNeal, Treasurer; Susan Aycock, President; Betty Swords, Reporter; Jan Horton, Secretary; and Sammy Holder, Vice-President. Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization for college and university students who are preparing for careers in business, industry, or in business education. Gamma Tau Chapter was founded at Ole Miss in 1961. Phi Beta Lambda acquaints its members with advancements in the field of business. One of its chief objectives is to develop strong, aggressive leadership to enable members to participate more effectively in business and community life after graduation. The requirements for membership are that a student maintain a 2.00 grade average and have taken or be talomg three hours of business courses. This year Gamma Tau hosted the state Phi Beta Lambda Convention in Jackson. Members of Pi Sigma Tau are Nick Roberts, Karen Oaks, Wilson Golden, Ralph Jacobs, Henry Palmer, Dr. Glenn Abney and Walter Marston. Alpha Rho Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Sci- ence Honorary Society was founded at Ole Miss on March 5, 1949. Over the past two decades, the society has recognized outstanding students in the field of government and political science, many of whom have gone from the University to become civic and business leaders throughout the state and region. The objectives of Pi Sigma Alpha include the stimu- lation of productive scholarship and intelligent interest in government and a better understanding of govern- ment among its members, students at the University, and the citizens of Mississippi. To qualify for membership, a student must have attained a 3.00 average in at least twelve hours of political science. Pi Sigma Alpha sponsored several distinguished speakers in the field of political science during 1969-1970, including United States Senator James 0. Eastland and Claude Ramsey, President of the Mississippi AFL-CIO. Pi Sigma Epsilon members are Dr. Charles Treasurer, Mr. Selby Downer, Bo Wit- tington, Glen Harrison, Johnny Morgan and Larry Smith. The Alpha Theta Chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon was chartered at Ole Miss April 30, 1963. The national fraternity was chartered in 19 52 and is " the National Professional Fraternity in Marketing, Sales Management and Selling. " At the present time Pi Sigma Epsilon is the fastest growing fraternity of any kind in existance today. The purposes of Pi Sigma Epsilon are to create a collegiate brotherhood of men who are interested in selling as a career; to promote the study of marketing, sales management and selling; to bring together aca- demically qualified students who express a desire to enter the selling profession; to stimulate the improve- ment of methods and techniques in the fields of marketing, sales management and professional selling; to instill in its members the highest possible ethical standards of the profession. Alpha Theta Chapter is sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Executives Club of Jackson, Mississippi. Academics Section Editor: Mark Tew Military Section Editor: George Harrell and Staff The 1969-1970 session has been an exciting and a productive year. It marks the beginning of a continuing study of all aspects of the University toward updating and insuring relevance and quality in all of its programs. It is the first year in the history of the University that has begun with student representation on every important University committee. More faculty members hold terminal degrees than at any previous time. During the first four months, over a million dollars in research funds were received. The Ole Miss Rebels had a great year and were invited to play in the Sugar Bowl. Significant progress has been made toward securing a Student Union facility. In every way our student body has been superior. All in all, I am encouraged as we move into the seventies, which I sincerely hope can go down in history as our finest decade. governor ' olhn bell vivm Narn S John Bell Williams began his term as chief executive of the state of Mississippi on January 16, 1968. Since that time his efforts through the state legislature have resulted in pay increases for primary and secondary school teachers, making their salaries competitive with surrounding states. By retaining better teachers in the lower grades, the whole education system of the state may be improved from the ground up. This and other programs mark the Governor ' s awareness of the importance of education and his commitment to the advancement of learning in Mississippi. board of trustees Dr. M. M. Roberts E. Ray Izard Mr. Leon Lowrey XA r. Milton E. Brister Mr. Ira L. Morgan r. R. C. Cook Mr. W. M. Shoemaker Mr. M. Paul Haynes Mr. Boswell Stevens 11, Henry H. Hederman Mr. W. 0. Stone `Dr. Verner S. Holmes Mr. T. N. Turner Dr. W. Alton Bryant, Vice Chancellor. STANDING: Mr. Robert S. Shaw, Auditor. SEATED: Mr. Howard K. Faulkner, Bursar, and Mr. John W. Savage, Business Manager. STANDING: Dr. Robert B. Ellis, Registrar. SEATED: Mr. Kenneth L. Wooten, Director of Placement and Financial Aids. BELOW: Dr. Franklin E. Moak, Dean of the Division of Student Personnel; Mrs. Margaret H. Lodwick, Dean of Women. ABOVE: Mr. Binford T. Nash, Director of Men ' s Housing; Dr. Charles E. Noyes, Assistant Vice Chancellor; Mr. George M. Street, Director of Development. ABOVE: Mr. Tom S. Hines, Director of Student Activities; Mr. Bobby A. Towery, Assistant Director of Student Ac tivities; Dr. James L. Henderson, Director of the Counseling Center. Dr. Porter Lee Fortune Chancellor Dr. W. Alton Bryant Vice Chancellor Dr. Charles E. Noyes Assistant Vice Chancellor Mr. George M. Street Director of Development Dr. Franklin E. Moak Dean of the Division of Student Personnel Mr. Whitney D. Stuart Assistant Dean of the Division of Student Personnel Mrs. Margaret H. Lodwick Dean of Women Mrs. Judith D. Trott Panhellenic Advisor Mr. Tom S. Hines Director of Student Activities Mr. Bobby A. Towery Assistant Director of Student Activities Mr. John W. Savage Business Manager Mr. Robert S. Shaw Auditor Mr. Howard K. Faulkner Bursar Dr. Robert B. Ellis Registrar Mr. Freeman Gober Associate Registrar, Records Dr. Mamie B. Franks Associate Registrar, Admissions Mr. Binford T. Nash Director of Men ' s Housing Mr. Charles W. Beene Assistant Director of Men ' s Housing Mr. Kenneth L. Wooten Director of Placement and Financial Aids Dr. James L. Henderson Director of Counseling Center Mr. Jerry Lee Westbrook Counselor Dr. V. B. Harrison Director of Student Health Service Dr. A. Eugene Lee Assistant Director of Student Health Service Mr. Richard M. Popernik Director of Public Safety and Security Mr. Rufus S. Jones Director of Personnel Mrs. Mary H. McClain Director of Religious Life Mr. Nolan E. Shepard Foreign Student Advisor Mr. Henry W. Bounds Director of Food Services Mr. John W. White Director of the Physical Plant College of Liberal Arts School of Law School of Medicine Graduate School School of Engineering School of Pharmacy School of Business Administration School of Education Dean Maeburn Huneycutt Dean Joel Bunkley Dean Robert Carter Dean Joseph Sam Dean Karl Brenkert Dean Charles Hartman Dean Bennie McNew Dean Sylvester Moorhead For the student who is not content with knowledge in one specific area, there exists the College of Liberal Arts. Courses of study include most areas of knowledge in the hu- manities and in the physical, biological, and social sciences. It is felt that by pursuing a broad general education, students acquire in- tellectual and civic competence; lay a broad foundation needed for specialized training in professional fields; and prepare themselves for advanced study in the humanities and sciences. The College offers Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in any of twenty-four fields of knowledge. The general purpose of Liberal Arts is to acquaint the student with our whole culture and scientific heritage and to cultivate his intellect in the process. Especially vital in the 1969-1970 year has been the Scholar ' s program which provides outstanding students with special courses and the opportunity to continue in the Scholar ' s program. Bishop Hall hosts courses as well as free flicks. Fine Arts are included in the Liberal Arts curriculum. ABOVE: Pure sciences require many hours of work in the lab. LEFT: Knowing a little Greek doesn ' t make it, . . Through these doors pass the best damn lawyers in the South. Joel W. Bunkley, the newly-elected Dean of the Law School, comes from the ranks of its faculty. Dean Bunkley has been at the Law School for 23 years and is, of course, widely known. While he has only been in office since the first of July, he has succeeded in estab- lishing an outstanding rapport with the new students. He has also been successful in employing new faculty members of outstanding ability and with extensive experience. The chief objective of the Law School of the University of Mississippi is to teach stu- dents to become effective practitioners of the law. It is believed that effective practitioners must have a broad background of educational experience. It is not enough that they simply be technically trained in the law and its pro- cedures but that they become thinkers, im- aginative and innotative. To quote one of the members of the faculty, " The law is not a pool, but a moving stream. " The lawyers of tomorrow will direct its course. The Law School is presently undertaking to establish an internship program in order to give the students a greater appreciation for the practical application of the theoretical knowledge gained in course work. While this plan has not yet been perfected, it is one anticipated with great interest. Moot Court provides practical training. ABOVE: Popular exercise for future lawyers is the daily trek to the grill. LEFT: Law Library provides a good place to study . . . or relax. Since its beginning in 1955 the University of Mississippi Medical Center has developed from a three wing nucleus to a sprawling five wing complex with teaching facilities, nine stories of research labs, and a 490 bed hos- pital for private and service patients. Expansion continued this year with the completion of the nurse education building, and plans for the future include massive expansion to provide Mississippians with the best in medical edu- cation and care. Research has been a prime concern since Hippocrates. At the Medical Center the trans- plant team has taken giant steps by performing the Southeast ' s first heart transplant and the team ' s second lung transplant. Other important advances include the development of an arti- ficial heart that may someday replace a human organ. Every day important advances are made in medicine ' s work toward a better society. The University of Mississippi Medical Center. Patience is often as important as tech nical knowledge. ABOVE: Future nurses learn professional skills. LEFT: Practical training supplements hours in the classroom. The challenge of graduate education has never been more vital than in this academic year, as new and innovative projects and courses of study open doors of discovery. The efforts of dedicated professors, staff, and students have attracted funds for graduate education in excess of $2,000,000 for the 1969-1970 year. National attention is focused on graduate research at Ole Miss and faculty and student publications number more than 300 over the last two years. Industrial firms, governmental agencies, and foundations, as well as the Uni- versity, support research and offer fellowships, assistantships and scholarships. The master ' s degree in 29 areas of study and the doctorate in 18 are offered, as faculty and students augment and originate programs in the sciences, social sciences, education, humanities and fine arts. Graduate enrollments at Ole Miss have tripled over the last decade. As the number of students engaged in graduate education continues to mount, the school ' s dedication to academic excellence and the personal concern of the faculty directing it continue in the proud traditions which go back to 1870. The Graduate Building. Psychology experiment for learning to cope with the rat race. ABOVE: Modern Languages increasingly become a source of development for the serious graduate student. LEFT: Graduate assistants aid students in lab. 1970 was a year of great accomplishment for the School of Engineering. Setting a preced- ent, the newly completed engineering building was named Frank A. Anderson Hall, in honor of the still acting Assistant Dean and Chemical Engineering professor. This addition increased available space to the Engineering School by fifty percent. Fully accredited by the Engineering Council for Professional Development for the first year, the School quickly set out to make a name for itself. First, Tau Beta Pi, the national engi- neering honor society, awarded a chapter to the University in recognition of the quality of the faculty and students. In the spring, the National Science Foundation awarded to the Engineering School nine grants for undergradate equipment. This is more grants than were awarded to any other university, let alone an engineering school. Continuing the Blackboard By Wire system, three new junior colleges were added, so that the School now sends courses by closed-circuit television directly to the campuses of sixteen junior colleges and Mississippi state universities. Carrier Hall, home of the Pre-Business School. Dr. Frank A. Anderson—an honor never before bestowed. ABOVE: An engineer does not always wear a hard hat. LEFT: Dr. John G. Douglas, Geology professor, was named outstanding engineering teacher. Regarded by many prominent educators as one of the outstanding centers for pharmaceutical education in the United States, the School of Pharmacy has continued its steady growth in enrollment, quality of instruction, and prestige. Founded in 1908, the School reached in 1968- 1969 a new high in indergraduate enrollment. Its program of graduate study leads to the degrees of M.S. and Ph.D. in the areas of me- dicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharma- cognosy, pharmacology, and pharmacy admin- istration, and to the M.S. in hospital pharmacy and the Master of Administrative Pharmacy. The five year program leads to the degree of B.S. in Pharmacy. Planned for inauguration in 1970 is an optional program covering six years of instruction leading to the professional degree of Doctor of Pharmacy. This program will be designed especially to prepare pharmacists for institutional practice. The Pharmacy building. Laboratory work is an integral part of education in Pharmacy. ABOVE. ' Pot from the only legally grown patch in the U.S. is used for research. LEFT: Pharmacy program includes open-air seminars. OTP, Economics 404, Contracts, Advanced Statistics, Finance 538-A typical schedule for a senior in the School of Business Adminis- tration. These tough courses reflect the school ' s efforts to provide its students with quality academic preparation for professional careers in business, teaching, and other administrative fields. Now in its fifty-third year the School is fully accredited by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, the national accreditation agency, and offers Baccalaureate degrees in sixteen different fields of concen- tration. Ordinary classroom instruction issupplemented by the appearance of outstanding executives from all areas of Mid-South business as guest lecturers. Data processing and other modern laboratory equipment is widely used. Profes- sional fraternities highlight academic work, and outstanding students are annually presented awards by well-known companies and national organizations. In the spring, an array of dis- tinguished business executives are invited to participate in seminars in observance of Com- merce Day. Conner Hall. Management models are examples of theories applied to actuality. ABOVE: " Most of our courses are designed to arouse the student ' s interest, they are stimulating, exciting, . . . " LEFT: Reading case material increases the student ' s awareness of the practical world of business. The Education Building. Education is the lifeblood of a nation and the University of Mississippi School of Edu- cation serves the state and nation in providing quality professional personnel for schools and colleges. In order to cope with the many problems today ' s teacher faces, educational background must be broad and varied. At Ole Miss, practical experience as well as famil- iarity with new teaching devices, such as closed-circuit TV is used to complement class- room instruction. The School of Education has participated this year, for the first time, in the Teacher Corps program in which a selected group of under- graduate students combine work in a public school with disadvantaged students along with the completion of a degree program in ele- mentary education. Program development con- tinued in early childhood education, where two kindergarten are now operated to provide lab- oratory experience for prospective teachers. Special programs and laboratory experiences are provided for prospective special education teachers who plan to work with the mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed children. Through its Bureau of Educational Research, Bureau of School Services, and Readying Serv- ices Center, educational activities of a special character are in operation, providing a variety of professional services to individuals and to state and community agencies. Kindergarten provides future teachers with experience in working with small children. ABOVE: Students become familiar with equipment used in closed-circuit educational TV. LEFT: Intense study on behalf of P.E. majors. Growth of the University creates a need for new buildings. Graduation is the culmination of years of effort. Demonstration is one aspect of social awareness. All too often a university is thought of as a magic change-all machine where the freshman enters, is sep- arated from his money, and four years later spewed out brimming with knowledge, ready to take on the world. If this were true the educator ' s task would be a painless one. The university experience, however, can be, must be a painful one, both for the student and educator. For the student, pain comes with the shattering of cherished myths. For the educator the challenge is greater than ever. In the past, one had only to prepare the student for that era, that present. Today the student must be educated to adapt to the rapidly changing technology of the age. More and more, educators are becoming aware of their responsibility in the area of social attitudes. More and more, pressure for social change begins in the centers of learning of the nation. It has been said, not without some justification, that Ole Miss students are more con- cerned about the outcome of Saturday ' s football game than they are about the world around them. This view will be changed as attitudes change. In accomplishing this metamorphosis, it is not necessary that one become radical, or violent, only aware. In this spirit, the edu- cational experience at Ole Miss can become, truly, a preparation for the 1970 ' s. ABOVE: Forms of Protest have given student groups a sense of security—let us hope the secure feelings can be transferred into the motivation for bettering society. • %V Gimme two dry martinis. BELOW: I got hold of the glue instead of the Right Guard. ABOVE: All good Marine officers have dimples. RIGHT: Photographers keep the troops smiling and the camera clicking. ROTC took a giant step forward this year be- cause for the first time since its appearance on the Ole Miss campus, there is now a choice as to whether one must participate. This was the result, in part, of the student election held last spring in which the mandatory program was hardily defeated. Units, as a result of the abolishment, have now become more compact and efficient because of the strong motivation of the troops. The smaller group allows interested members a chance to project themselves in a more orderly and well- trained appearance which added zest to a once dull program. BELOW: Passing in review is a symbol of the traditional military It is also a great time for mass boy watching on the system . . campus. Army Sponsor Corps Members are: FIRST ROW: Kathy Cooper, Yvette Lombardi, Judy Horne, Tillie Hood, and Alice Justice. SECOND ROW: Molissa Lovelady, Betty Champion, Sherry Edwards, Priscilla Barksdale, Melanie Clark, Judy Rost, and Kathy Rodenhauser. The troops anxiously await further orders. Counter-Guerilla Members seek proficiency in the usage of bayonets. The Army Rifle Team represented Ole Miss well in various events in the South. An integral part of Army ROTC . .The Drill Team. The Army ROTC Band . . . marching to the beat of a different drum. Brigade Commander, Cadet Lt. Colonel Allen and Kathy Cooper Colonel ' s Lady. The Detachment Instructors are: FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Captain Eller and Major Creech. BACK ROW: Major Massey, Major Allen and Captain Moore. Advanced student shares his knowledge with the group. 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 established by the Department of the Army. The mission of the Army Reserve Officers Train- ing Corps is to prepare college students for posi- tions of leadership in the Army and to commission as junior officers those students who display the qualities and attributes essential to their progres- sive and continued development as officers in a component of the United States Army. With this comforting to note that Army R.O.T.C. provides a well rounded program of selection and training in providing for its future officers. The Detachment Staff are fine examples o f what kind of men make pu the Army. What some people won ' t do for Hut, two, three, four . . attention. Colonel Trevor E. Williams proudly leads the Army ROTC. The Color Guard makes an impressive picture. The Counter Guerillas . . a rough and ready outfit. Army ROTC along with other service branches annually supply men on a voluntary basis to contribute blood to the Red Cross. ' iflery instruction by competent trainers provides xcellent results. Military students enjoy the shady grove for for- mation. Counter Guerilla members searching a " prisoner. " Midshipman battalion forms in front of McCain Hall. Navy Sponsors: Flo Tipton, Susan Broom, Jan Galey, Liz Howzer, Phyllis Anderson, Kathy White, and Laurie Gate wood. Woods Eastland—Battaloion Executive Officer; Phyllis Anderson—Sponsor Commander; Kent Hnwell—Rattalion Commander. The Department of Naval Science offers the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) program which is designed to assist in the education of well qualified young men who are interested in earning a commission in the Navy, Marine Corps, or their reserve components. The program is built around six elements: An academic major, Navy specified courses taught by the civilian faculty, Navy or Marine Corps professionalprofessional courses taught by Navy or Marine Corps officers, seminars and workshops, laboratory and summer cruises. Additionally, qualified students are eligible to participate in the Navy ' s Flight Indoctrin- ation Program during their junior or senior year. Regular NROTC students are selected by nation wide competitive examinations conducted annually. They receive a Navy scholarship con- sisting of paid tuition, fees and books plus a monthly allowance. Con- tract NROTC students are selected by the Professor of Naval Science from those students who apply during registration. They receive a Navy scholarship consisting of monthly allowance during their junior and senior years. All NROTC students are provided with uniforms and Naval Science textbooks. Regular students participate in three summer cruises with the Atlantic or Pacific Fleets and Contract students participate in one. NROTC midshipmen gain valuable classroom and laboratory experience from such courses as Seapower and Maritime Affairs, Naval Weapons, Navigation, Naval Ship Systems and Navy Management. Marine Corps option students are also provided with courses that prepare them for their future roles as officers. D s TA- AV Y ROTC " SIGN ON, YOUNG MAN, AND SAIL WITH ME. THE STATURE OF OUR HOMELAND IS NO MORE THAN THE MEASURE OF OURSELVES. OUR JOB IS TO KEEP HER FREE. OUR WILL IS TO KEEP THE TORCH OF FREEDOM BURNING FOR ALL. TO THIS SOLEMN PURPOSE WE CALL ON THE YOUNG, THE BRAVE, THE STRONG, AND THE FREE. HEED MY CALL. COME TO THE SEA. COME SAIL WITH ME. " C rotc R-E-A-D-Y! Smile! Colonel James H. Fulmer, Professor of Aerospace Studies. The Air Force is justly proud of Angel Flight composed of the follow- ing: STANDING, Left to Right: Walterine Permenter, Carolyn Jones, Pat White, Kathy Edwards, Ann Barnes, Janie Fuller. SEATED: Mary Kirk Baskin and Kathy Luper. And another thing, Colonel Fulmer . Air Force prepares for another day of fun and games. Take your hands off me, Mister. Minus two for dirty ears. The Department of Aerospace Studies, a unit of the Air Force Re- serve Officers Training Corps, cooperates with national and international defense objectives. The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps stresses scholarship, leadership, character, and drill performance. After studying history and principles of military conflict and the role of air power in today ' s mil- itary picture, cadets apply leadership principles on the drill field. Air Force ROTC is a challenge for young men with their sights set on a great future, serving their country as officers in the United States Air Force. Drill is fun, drill is fun, drill is fun . . . I promise, sir, I ' ll do better next week. Angel Flight version of the Teabury Shuffle. Upperclassmen inspect the troops as the drill period begins. On the field instruction teaches precision in the day ' s orders. Air Force Regulars, Major Ben Clay, Captain Jim Baker, and Major Thomas Oakes evaluate drill in order to determine the best Flight of the day. Get in step, soldier! zst: Edited by Gayle and Carroll Parade of Beauties and Favorites Mike Person Kappa Delta Jackson Square miss gwen massey The 1970 Features Section traveled to New Orleans to capture the colorful and meaningful memories of that wonderful city. The site of each photograph is denoted although most Ole Miss people will have no trouble in recognizing these places. We proudly present the Beauties in New Orleans . . . the scene of Ole Miss Triumphs. i ' _J3Y.. Delta Gamma Audubon Park nancy camin 7eirrs v)a ai-_-ne hughes Phi Mu Pat O ' Briens ,fis,f-Te vow 1 L - J Chi Omega Andrew Jackson Park Delta Delta Delta Sugar Bowl Stadium rnelaine anne Clark Glenn Dale Cannon Barbara Ann Cox co ono Ereb and miss ale miss ha7iccolf-c- CRiCe7 Miss Karen Cope Phi Mu 1970 favorites The Sugar Bowl in New Orleans is a fine place for posing according to Julie, Cyndi, An- drea, and Maj. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Standing left to right—Olivia Williams, Molissa Lovelady, Susan Holder, Kathy Luper, and Pat White. Seated is Georgianna Alexander. BOTTOM: Seen getting ready for a surrey ride are left to right—Andrea Sudduth, Cyndi Lem- ons, Maj Major, and Julie Farr. Former Ole Miss great, Johnny Brewer of the New Orleans Saints seems to enjoy the company of our lovelies. Gwen, Nancy, Melanie, Jane Carol, Julie, Maj, Cyndi, and Andrea supply the proper touch. Pat, Molissa, Olivia, Kathy, Susan and Georgiana enjoy relaxed sounds in a clothing store. ��f Lili Phillips Delta Delta Delta Kathy Cooper Rhoda Naff Janet White Candy Busby Delta Gamma Alpha Omicron Pi Chi Omega Independent T ss 1r pp Miss Jane Carol Foshee maid of Miss Gayle Thornton Jan Lea Lettie Lackey Sue Ledbetter Claire Ryan Mary Kirk Baskin Carol Crews Durden Pillow Jane Mitchell Keith Bridgeforth Susie Tucker " evfriumfawrrrwate ' 73.1970 best dressed ry ViVi Hughes Sorority Editor: Ruth McLallen Fraternity Editor: Willis Frazer Carolyn Phillips, Sigma Nu Gwen Massey, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Polly Norton, Phi Kappa Psi Cindy Vincent, Kappa Sigma PAM CONNOR ELIZABETH BELL MCELROY Delta Psi Phi Delta Theta MARSHA SNUFF MARY KAY PLANTS Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Kappa Epsilon MILDRED GREEN SANDY SMITH WILLIAMS JANICE COLLINS Sigma Chi Kappa Alpha Phi Kappa Tau SUSAN BRITT Alpha Tau Omega NOT PICTURED: SANDY STONE TERRY WALKER Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Kappa Theta BONNIE JOHNSON Sigma Pi PHYLLIS MONTAGUE Beta Theta Pi The oldest secret society for women, Alpha Delta Pi, was founded on May 15, 1851. Delta Sigma Chapter came to Ole Miss in 1962 and has prog- ressed rapidly in the succeeding seven years. Alpha Delta Pis are active in all phases of campus life. Margaret Price served as Executive Assistant to the AWS President, while her older sister, Char- lotte, reigned as Pharmacy Queen. Phi Kappa Psi chose Polly Norton as their sweetheart. The ADPis were also well represented at football games with Gail Jamison as a Rebelette. Alpha Delta Pis can be found in many varied campus organizations. Three offices of the University Dancers were held by ADPis. Alpha Lambda Delta, CWENS. Gamma Beta Phi, and Mortar Board—all scholastic honoraries—have ADPis on their rosters. Some of the girls are also active in Young Republicans, the Campus Senate, and religious organizations. Although the Alpha Delta Pis have varied interests and activities, they continue to uphold their open motto, " We live for each other. " First Row: Moira Addington, Patricia Al- len, Mary Kathryn Balch,Bev- erly Barnes, Janet Elaine Barnett, Marty Bearden, Sherrye Bell. Second Row: Christine Blair, Sandra Bloodworth, Leslie Brandon, Melissa Buffalo, Candy Chis- holm, Cheryl Chism, Fahey Dibenedetto. Third Row: Linda Jo Dickerson, Carol Dillree, Cindy Dixon, Ann Driver, Victoria Ann Duncan, Barbara Jane Dyre, Linda Edwards. Fourth Row: Susan Lee Einhaus, Gena Enlow, Peggy Fillebrown, Evelyn Finch, Mary Jo Fun- derburk, Myrt Gay, Kay Gil- lentine. Fifth Row: Ellen B. Gillespie, Angela Glass, Virginia Gleason, Cin- dy Green, Stephanie Guck- ert, Joree Gunn, Joan Healy. Sixth Row: Peggy Higginbotham, Betsy Hill, Emily Hopkins, Leah Jo Hurdle, Merilyn Ann Jack- son, Elizabeth Jones, Jane Nash Jones. Seventh Row: Judi Jones, Brenda Kim- brough, Beth King, Lettie Lackey, Cheri Martin, Jane May, Karen McCurdy. First Row: Marcia McMurray, Susan McNamee, Carol Minkley, Sue Mize, Polly Norton, Hel- en Noyes, Jan Patrick. Second Row: Linda Patterson, Chrissy Paul, Mary Margaret Post, Pamela Presley, Charlotte Price, Margaret Price, Lulu Rausch. Third Row: Diane Smith, Margaet Steen, Alison Teague, Pa- tricia Teague,Janet Thomas, Tonja Tucker, Carol Ward. Fourth Row: Debbie Widner, Priscilla Ann Wilkins, Virginia Wilkins, Deborah Wimberly, Karen Witt. Not Pictured: Symbia Chamblee, Janice Cothran, Mary Harrison,Rob- in Herring, Suzan Jamison, Linda Martin, Mary McGaha, Donna Whitten. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority was founded at Barnard College of Columbia University in January, 1897. Since Nu Beta Chapter received its charter in 1967, Ole Miss AOPis have shared a sisterhood of friendship all their own. AOPis were well represented scholastically with girls in CWENS, Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Margaret Hook served as President of Alpha Lambda Delta. Karen Atchley was listed among Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Sandra Harmon was a University Scholar. Selected as a Top Ten beauty was Rhoda Naff. Janie Mitchell was a semi-finalist in the Miss University Pageant. Nancy Knox was an Angel Flight Sponsor, and Marsha Lunce- ford was selected as a Sophomore Homecoming Maid. Campus leaders included Sandra Harmon, AWS Vice- President and Marsha Brown, AWS Judicial Secretary. Although active in almost all extracurricular activities, AOPis are never too busy for a friendly hello. First Row: Diane Adams, Vennie Al- len, Karen Atchley, Marcia Barney, Carolyn Beasley,Lib- by Beasley, Sherry Ann Beckwith, Pam Bedgood. Second Row: Patsy Bennett, Cheryl Bos- well, Liz Bouton, Marsha Brown, Paula Buie, Anna Burkle, Jill Burns, Mary Es- ton Burson. Third Row: Sally Burson, Suzanne Ca- boche, Carolyn Ann Cald- well, Emily Caldwell, ' Bar- bara Ann Carter, Constance Coleman, Kay Comer,Drinda Cook. Fourth Row: Frenchie Cooke, Barbara Da- cus, Sally Epperson, Carolyn Evans, Linda Ferrell, Debby Fisher, Patty Flannigan,Deb- bie Freeman. Fifth Row: Andrea Gilich, Susan Grigs- by, Kerry Hannahan, Grizel- da Ann Hargraves, Sandra Harmon, Randy Henderson, Betty Herrman, Maureen Ho- gan. Sixth Row: Margaret Hook, Terry Hughes, Margaret Kazan, Nancy Repps Knox, Jane Lauderdale, Linda Leonard, Brenda Logan, C. Longacre. Seventh Row: Laurie Longacre, Peggy Loomis, Marsha Lunceford, Theresa Martin, Mary Anne Maxwell, Betty Mann Mc- Dowell, Myrtle Ann McInnis, Linda McNeely. Eighth Row: Jane Mitchell, Susan Jean Mitchell, Sally Moore, Jo- anne Morris, Rhoda Naff, Linda Marie Nelson, Kathy Page, Bonnie Parish. First Row: Edith Perry, Marilyn Polk, Teresa Ragland, Susan Lynn Ramey, Heloise Reed, Nan- cy Richards, Lynn Roberson, Elizabeth Rosser. Second Row: Mary Millicent Shannon,Jes- sica Shields, Gretchen Sny- der, Rosemary Stoltz, Deb- orah Timmins, Beth Town- send, Mary Treace, Trudy Walker. Third Row: Shirley Williams, Patti Wil- liams, Nancy Elaine Womack, Gail Yarbrough. Not Pictured: Charlotte Jackson, Brenda Moss, Patricia Smith, Paula Tardy. The first fraternity established after the Civil War, Alpha Tau Omega has become one of the largest fraternities in the United States. In 1927 the Uni- versity welcomed Delta Psi chapter to the campus. The ATO ' s originated the concept of " Help Week " which is their idea of an improvement over the tra- ditional " Hell Week " of other fraternities. Taking an interest in affairs both on and off the campus, the members are proud of brothers Jerry Gilbreath, Presi- dent of the Young Republicans, and Lauren Laughlin, member of the ASB Cabinet. Their desire to be leaders in campus social life has led them to secure some winning " combos " for their parties. Their largest celebrations during the year are the Viking Party and the " Hats Off " Spring Formal. First Row: Glenn Adair, Keith Aldridge, Owens Alexander, Mikal Alt- man, Edward Aylette Buck- ner, Larry Bunch, Frederick Wayne Burford. Second Row: John Caldwell, Steve Car- ney, Nick Carter,Barron Caul- field, Jr., Bo Collins, Phil Collins, Vince Cuevas. Third Row: Edwin Morrow Currie, Bubba Davis, Jr., Charlie Doolittle, James Ducker, Bert Eckles, David S. Edmonson, Larry Alan Foster. Fourth Row: Ja mes Gabriel, Gerald Alex- ander Gafford, John Garner, Jerry Michael Gilbreath, Da- vid Gleason, Lanny Griffith, Jr., James Grimes. Fifth Row: Stuart Russell Harding, Bob- by Henderson, Michael R. Holcomb, Nathaniel Holland, James Hudson,Charles Hus- sey, Edwin Jenkins. Sixth Row: Thomas Johnson, Hooper Jones, Paul Landry, Loran Laughlin, Swanee Lawrence, Robert Lee Logan, James Martin. Seventh Row: James McLeod,D.McQueen, Jr., Ellwood Middleton, Den- nis Moore, Ernest Oliver, Jr., Cary Rawlings, Buzz Revell. First Row: Richard Blair Roper, Ben Royce, Jack Shepard, Jr., Richard Stokes, Jr., Gordon Strom, Jr., Glenn Gates Tay- lor, Buzzy Tenny. Second Row: Mark Tew, James Lamar Townsend, Pearce Williams, Sam Willson III, Thomas Wooten, Jr. Not Pictured: William Abbey, Kenneth Aldridge, John Allison, Dan Altman, Clif- ford Bein, Richard Belew, William Bounds, Ray Bourgeois, Robert Burgess, James Chustz, Robert Clary II, James Coats, Phillip Cox, Kiffin Craven, Jr., John Crow, Thompson Dabney, Daniel Diff- ley, Michael Donze, Richard Duck- er, John Ferrell, Thomas Garri- gan, John Gibson, Edwin Good- night, Claude Haraway, Glen Har- rison, Timothy Herndon, Jimmie Houser, Edmund Johnston, Larry Jones, Winslow Jones, Philip Keeling, William Kline, Robert Knight, Paul Kosko, Michael Lath- am, Peyton McCool, Thomas Mc- Cool, Arthur McIntyre, Charles McKinney, Daniel Montgomery, James Newton, Charles Oliver, Charles Overton, George Parish, William Riley, Joseph Thomas, Thomas Tucei, Lewis Ung lesby, James Vance, Robert Widen, Jack Wilkinson III, Daniel Williams, Ed- ward Williston. ABOVE: Left to right—Claude Haraway, President; Barren Caulfield, Scribe; Mark Tew, Worthy Keeper; Loran Laughlin, Pledge Trainer; Peyton McCook, Vice-President; and Jim Martin, Treasurer. Alpha Xi Delta was founded April 17, 1893, Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, by ten dedicated young women. As Alpha Xi Delta continues offering a chal- lenge to young women, sev enteen Ole Miss coeds were pledged into the Zeta Gamma Colony on the Ole Miss campus. The new pledges exemplified the ideals of active service to University life through scholarship, leadership, and campus activities. Our President, Wanda Boatright, was a member of Mortar Board and selected to Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Di- anne Logan was a member of CWENS and Sigma Alpha Iota. Josie Pullen was selected to Who ' s Who in American Junior Colleges and had a part in the Impossible Years. Diane McAlexander was a member of the GROUP and Jane Davis, Joyce Waller, and Margaret Williams all serve on dormitory councils. Other Alpha Xi Deltas participated in the Ole Miss Band and University Orchestra, Concert Singers, Stu- dent Education Association, and church groups. First Row: Wanda Boatright, Marilyn Dahl, Janie Davis, Rosianna Kling. Second Row: Dianne Logan, Laura McEl- roy, Susan Moore,Marta Mul- lennix. Third Row: Josephine Pullen, Debbie Skelton, Mary Stengel, Alma Joyce Waller. First Row: Lynn Williams, Margaret Wil- liams. Not Pictured: Dianne McAlexander, Bar- bara Mylak, Phyllis Stewart. Throughout our busy days as we strive to reach our goals, " To the Quill and the Rose, The Blue and Gold, We ' ll give a rousing cheer, Alpha Xi Delta year after year. " Dedicated to the establishment of an outstanding national fraternity, eight young men founded Beta Theta Pi at the University of Miami. In 1879, Beta Beta chapter assumed its position in the fraternity system at Ole Miss, and since that time its members have strived to excel in all phases of campus life. Among the prominent Betas on campus is George Woodliff, Attorney General of the Campus Senate. The National Inter-Fraternity council has honored Beta Beta chapter four consecutive years with the Summa Cum Laude scholarship award for excellence in academics. In fact it is rumored that any pledge not making a 3.00 has to live in the basement of the house. This policy must work well since so many Betas are members of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. First Row: Danny Allgood, Tom Arnold II, Stewart Barr, Daniel An- thony Beatty, John Brown, Richard Brown. Second Row: Steve Chaney,Rodney Coch- ran, James Collier, Harris Collier, Paul Cooper, Reggie Dearman. Third Row: Thomas Simmons Durham, Larry Easterling, Robert El- lis, Paul Ethridge, Bob Ful- ler, Robert Graham. Fourth Row: Lowell Grisham, Jr., James Hardin, Marshall Hollis, Thomas Joseph, Timothy Kriehn, Dane Lair. Fifth Row: Thomas Langmesser, Chris- topher F. Llano, Philip Mad- den, Ed McIntyre, Johnny Meyer, Paul Moore, Jr. Sixth Row: William Napier, David Mi- chael Orf, Timothy William Pace, Rex Patterson, John Richard, Kenneth Roberts. First Row: James Robertson, Don Rog- ers Ill, Bill Searight, Lee Shelton, Harold Sides, Ford Wooley Smith. Second Row: Randall Mitchel Tatum, Jim Tramonte, Hilton Voss, George Woodliff. Not Pictured: William Armstrong, Thomas Beecroft, Barry Blailock, Thomas Brooks, Robert Col- lins, James Cooper, Jr., James Dupree, James Ed- wards, Jr., Samuel Endicott, Thomas Ethridge, Clark George,Steve Gordy,Ronald Howard, L. Jaggers, Homer Keough, Robert Langston, Jr., Carl Leach, Peter Moon, Walter Peterson, Floyd Pru- den, Timothy Reecht, Ken- neith Reid, Larry Roberts, Gary Theis, Charles Wag- goner, Richard Wittorf. LEFT: Seated—Officers are Lee Shelton, Corresponding Secretary; Bat Graham, Recording Secretary; Standing, Left to right—are Thomas Vegod, Treasurer; Harris Collier, President; and Hilton Voss, Vice-President. BOTTOM: Maybe if we write " soul brother " next time. . • . Chi Omega sorority has again proven itself worthy of its name at Ole Miss. Its members have excelled in all areas of campus life. Chi Omegas are well-represented scholastically, with eighteen members in CWENS, Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Lenore Ethridge is recognized in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Two Chi Omegas were elected as Favorites, Andrea Sudduth and Pat White. Janie Fuller reigns among the Top Five Beauties, and Janet White was selected as a Top Ten Beauty. After being chosen Miss Liberty Bowl and Varsity Cheerleader, Jane Carol Foshee was crowned as Miss Mississippi. Gayle Thornton will represent the South as the 1970 Maid of Cotton. Chi Omega claims two Army sponsors, two Navy sponsors, and five mem- bers of Angel Flight with Janie Fuller as Angel Flight Commander. Leeba Bell McElroy serves as Phi Delta Theta Sweetheart. All these and other honors contributed to Chi Omegas high standards of excellence. First Row: Cathy Alford, Kathy Alford, Jennifer Assaf, Sallie Bal- lard, Priscilla Barksdale, Mary Kirk Baskin, Bonnie Bell, Elizabeth Bell. Second Row: Peggy Biggers, Mary Bell Bobb, Mary Edgar Bornman, Eileen Boteler, Martha Bow- en, Betsy Bramlett, Gay Bramlett, K. Bridgforth. Third Row: Mary Bryant, Carol Ann Bu- chanan, Courtney Carmi- chael, Candace Carroll,Carol Conway, Jean Cracraft, Mari- lyn Davis, Melissa Denham. Fourth Row: Frances Dodson, Pride Don- nelly, Dixie Dunavant, Kathy Edwards, Sherry Edwards,Jo England, Judith Etheridge, Lenore Ethridge. Fifth Row: Jeannie Falkner, Betsy Fan- cher, Mary Margaret Fields, Lynn Wylie Foy, Janie Ful- ler, Meredith Golden, Dotsie Graham, Mabel Gray. Sixth Row: Patricia Gray, Nancy Hatch- ett, Lionel Henderson, Rob- bie Jo Henry, Carolyn Jones, Morella Kuykendall, Patty Lehman, Marty Longino. Seventh Row: Beth Lotterhos, Rebecca Lovelace, Linda Luckett, Helen Dayton Manier, Carol McInnis, Leslie McIntyre, Ruth McLallen, Pam Melton. Eighth Row: Beth Mestayer, Mildred Mil- ner, Melanie Molphus, Ellen Moore, Evelyn Nance, Sally Nash, Janet Newell, Nancy Norman. First Row: Ann Perkins, Madeline Phil- lips, Catherine Quin, Patricia Reagan, Susan Scott, Susan Scott, Anne Short, Anna Ka- rine Smith. Second Row: Andrea Sudduth, Elizabeth Sugg, Sally Sullivant, Libby Talbott, Weegie Tenney, Gayle Thornton, Flo Tipton, Ann Tucker. Third Row: Kay Tucker, Sallie Deven- der, Teresa Vaughn, Mary Jane Wadlington, Cindy Walker, Norma Weaver,Janet White, Pat White. Fourth Row: Sally Whitnel, Rebecca Woolcott, Lina Yates, Mar- garet Yates. Not Pictured: Jenny Biggers, Mary Bowen, Ethel Campbell, Deborah Channault, Barbara Dicker- son, Laura Ethridge, Lynda Ganier, Lynn Jones, Patricia McCabe, Rebecca Newman, Claudia Primos,Linda Rawls, Ann Semmes, Judy Wil- liams. Tri Deltas have been active on the Ole Miss campus since 1904. During this time they have contributed much to the greatness of Ole Miss. Chi Chapter was represented in CWENS, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Mortar Board. Scholarship is a vital part of any sorority and Tri Deltas awareness of this placed them second on campus last semester. Among the elite of Chi Chapter were Judy Rost, Liberty Bowl Queen; and Melanie Clark, Top Five Beauty. Maj Majors was the Pike Playmate as well as a Favorite and Dixie Week Queen. Encouraging the Rebels on to victory were two Favorites, Susan Holder, Varsity Cheerleader, and Cyndi Lemons, Freshman Cheerleader. Carolyn Guice was M Club Sweetheart. Tri Delta was also represented in the Homecoming Court by Susan Holder. Delta Delta Deltas are recognized on the Ole Miss campus as being dedicated leaders and avid sup- porters of the University. First Row: Phyllis Ainsworth, Julia Al- varez, Candy Barnes, Dreen Blakeslee, Mary Bledsoe,Ca- milla Bolch,Sallie Key Bram- Blett, Dianne Branscome. Second Row: Adele Brown, Ann Bryson, Courtney Kathleen Bunn, Babs Burnham, Cathie But- ler, Pamela Butts, Suzann Buzard, Candy Caldwell. Third Row: Mary Chancellor, Melanie Clark, Carol Crews, Chrissy Curran, Dona Davis, Gina Dawson, Nancy Dilworth, Nancy Egger. Fourth Row: Judy eElam, Mary Hartwell Ely, Elizabeth Feltenstein, Betty Lou Fleming, Nyshie Jane Fly, Meridith Foose, Gayle Ann Gresham, Carolyn Guice. Fifth Row: Helen Herrington, Shirley Hines, Susan Holder, Mary Elaine Hunter,Deedee Hyde, Pat Ice, Linda Jobe, Janie Jobe. Sixth Row: Jan Johnson, Nancy John- son, Susan Johnson, Cala Kimbriel, Elaine Kimbrough, Sue Ledbetter, Pat Lee, Cyn- di Lemons. Seventh Row: Susie Long, Maj Major, Nan- cy Mauldin, Peggy Mayfield, Roselyn McCord, Mary Lil- lian McGraw, Randy Melton, Marilyn Mercer. Eighth Row: Lucy Moore, Carol Nichols, Mardie Sue Olson, Carolyn Parker, Lili Phillips, Laurie Powel, Pat Pray, Carol Pur- year. First Row: Clare Quinn, Cecily Robbins, Lucy Roberts,Edna Kirk Rob- ertson, Lee Ross, Judith Ann Rost, Becker Rutledge, Claire Ryan. Second Row: Isabelle Scurry, Marsha Shuff, Grady Simpson, Cor- lea Sims, Cindy Smith, Lin- da Smith, Sandra Smith, Rita Stonebraker. Third Row: Ann Suares, Gail Temple, Charmian Elizabeth Vaught, Marilyn Whitfield, Vicki Witt, Jan Worthen, Elizabeth Young. Not Pictured: Sara Beem, Mary Edenton, Virginia Hardy, Elizabeth King, Anne McAdoo, Jean Merrell, Carolyn Morrison, Mary Motlow, Leanna Rich, Martha Schultz, Gail Walsh, Carolyn Wilkinson. Delta Gamma sorority was founded in Oxford, Mis- sissippi, in 1873. With such a heritage to uphold, Alpha Psi Chapter has been characterized by earning recognition on both the campus and national levels. This year the DGs have been represented by two members of Mortar Board and six members of CWENS. Three Delta Gammas were selected for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Delta Gammas in the spotlight have included Homecoming Maids Annette Taylor, Olivia Williams, and Dottye Lou Lang- hofer. Julie Farr and Olivia Williams were chosen as Favorites, while Nancy Carole Nelms was among the Top Five Beauties. Colonel ' s Lady Kathy Cooper was among the Top Ten Beauties. Julie Farr was a Cheer- leader for the Rebels and the DGs also claimed five Senators, four military sponsors, and two Rebelettes. Highlighting this year for the Delta Gammas have been being hostess for National Council, presenting a new rush skit, and expanding to Mississippi State and Southern. First Row: Bette Bailey, Sharon Beas- ley, Margaret Boteler, Bet- ty Brand, Sue Bright, Bev- erly Brisco, Nan Buford, Carole Butler. Second Row: Susan Campbell, Natalie Case, Betty Champion, San- dra Colter, Kathy Cooper, Lavern Dabbs, Deb David- son, Rebecca Lee Decoux. Third Row: Linda Dribben, Phyllis El- liott, Kathy Ellis, Miriam El- lis, Wanda Ellis, Julie Farr, Nancy Floyd, Katherine Fon- taine. Fourth Row: Linda Foster, Jamie Fowler, Chel I ie Furr, Jan Galey, Dale Gayden, Kathy Graves,Janet Graves, Martha Kaye Graves. Fifth Row: Cheryl Hagan, Beth Hagan, Melissa Hankins, Lubowen Hawken, Marilyn Hemphill, Nancy Houchins, Charles Rebecca Houston, Jane Hughes. Sixth Row: Donna Kay Idom, Jo John- son, Claudia Jones, Sarah Eliz Kellum, Sandra Kelsey, Karen Kerby, Kay King, Dot- tye Langhofer. Seventh Row: Jan Lea, Judy Claire Leech, Carol Long, Claire Luebke, Mary Martin, Jamie Maxey, Sue McQuigg, Deborah Miles. Eighth Row: Lisa Minor, Polly Ann Moak, Cathy Mosal, Ann Murphy, Melody Myrick, Nancy Carole Nelms, Frances Palmer, Ray- na Phillips. First Row: Mary Pillow, Martha Pitts, Terry Dixon Price, Paula Pry- or, Rebecca Ramer, Marie Rather, Victoria Leah Ruese- ler, Susan Scott Rushton. Second Row: Anne Russ, Cynthia Savage, Bonnie Sue Scates, Sandra Seale, Mary Shelton, Penny Shelton, Sally Sherman, Frances Ann Simmons. Third Row: Meta Smith, Susan Stegall, Nina Stubblefield, Beth Teunisson, Carol Jo Thom- as, Eva Thomas, Debbie Webb, Lee Wilborn. Fourth Row: Cynthia Williams, Kathy Wil- liams, Lou Williams, Terry Wingo, Cookie Winters, Les- lie Young. Not Pictured: Carolyn Phillips, Martha Su- ber, Annette Taylor, Olivia Williams. Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon is recognized as being the first of many great social fraternities on the Ole Miss campus. Since its establishment in 1850, the Dekes have followed the concepts and ideals conceived by their founding fathers at Yale University, and they are well represented throughout the United States by many outstanding alumni. Over the years the Dekes have developed a repu- tation for their " social awareness. " Although they are not very enthusiastic about swaps, special oc- casions are always celebrated with festivity. At Home- coming this year their house was mobbed with stu- dents anxious to hear the infamous " Doug Clark and the Hot Nuts. " While other fraternities decorated for Christmas in the traditional manner, the Dekes display was truly unique and will never be forgotten! First Row: Nelson Brungart,Louis Cash- man, Ron Feder, Nathaniel Fentress. Second Row: Sam Ford, William Haik, Ar- thur Healey, Dennis Hogan. Third Row: Jimmy Jacks, Clyde Jones, Bill Kelly, Robert McManus, Jr. Fourth Row: Chris Mueller,William Neely, Jr., Austin Parchman, Verne Parrish. First Row: John Pritchard, Jr., A. J. Reed, Jr., John Robison, Michael Stauffer. Second Row: Emery Voorhies,Rufus Ward. Not Pictured: Peter Barrett, John Cook, Mack Dyer, George Foster, William Graham, James Haik, William Heirtzler, Jo- seph Hinshaw,Reginald Hol- ley, Randall Jacobs, David Jolly, Willis Jolly, Jr., Clif- ford Keeler, Melvin McFat- ter, Daniel Nester, George Perry, Jr., Claude Powell, Eugene Stone, James Tuck- er, Michael Ward. BOTTOM: Seated, left to right—Eugene Stone, Presi- dent, and Billy Haik, Vice-President. Standing are Emory Voorhies, Alumni Secretary; Billy Graham, Treasurer; Chris Muller, Pledge Trainer; Mac Henshaw; Secretary; Mel McFater, Recording Secretary; Austin Parchman, Rush Chairman. Having been greeted on the Ole Miss campus in 1855, the Phi Chapter of Delta Psi has contributed much to both the State and the University. This Chapter is one of the nine existing chapters through- out the nation and the only one in the South. The brothers of Delta Psi are represented in many fields of campus activities, although they usually are kept a secret. The Delta Psi ' s have an outstanding alumni which have contributed much to the advancement of college activities. St. Anthony Hall, as the chapter is sometimes called, is now living in their third home on campus. This year the brothers of Delta Psi did an excellent job in winning the homecoming decorations. However, they never got the beautiful trophy because the President would not come forward and accept it. The traditional nature of the fraternity is still firmly upheld by Delta Psi. First Row: Robert Alexander, Robert Martin Allen, Jr., Nicholas Augustus IV, Harvey Bien, Wayne Butler, Douglas Campbell. Second Row: Andrew Cefalu, Robert Cooper, John Walter Covert, Jr.,Richard Darden,Jr.,John Flowers, Jr., Stewart Guern- sey. Third Row: George E. Harrell, Jr., Thom- as Price Houston, Cy John- son, William Van Justice II, Bobby Kennedy, Crane Kipp. Fourth Row: Bruce McArthur, Bill McCar- ty, Harvey McClung, Jr., Charles McCool, John G. McDonnell, Steven McKen- zie. Fifth Row: Thomas McCraney, Gordon Meador, Eddie Mixon, Sam- my Moon, William Milton Myers, Beck Pemberton. First Row: George Ricks, Guy Robin- son, Claude George Sand- ers, Chuck Saucier, Garrard Smith, Jack Stevens. Second Row: David Dallas Thomason, Sammy Walters, Erskine Wells, Jr., Ralph White. Not Pictured: William Curtis, Walter Mixon. Having been established on the campus of Washington and Lee University by a group of Confederate soldiers headed by Robert E. Lee, Kappa Alpha Order has been recognized as one of the great southern fra- ternities. In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, Alpha Upsilon Chapter rose to its being on the Ole Miss campus. The brothers of Kappa Alpha take an active part in many phases of campus activities. The KA Jeaders include Walt Byrd, ASB President ' s Cabinet; Chip Williams, Chairman of the Elections Commission; Keith Gragson, Vice-President of the Inter-Fraternity Council; Hinky Hall, ASB Treasurer and member of Omicron Delta Kappa; and Jim Overstreet, Treasurer of the Senior Class. The KA ' s have many social events during the year. Highlights of their parties are the " Old South, " Hay- seed Party, " and " Rose Ball. " Although there have been many " hot " parties in the KA house, we are all hoping that someday they may have a new colonial house. First Row: Robert Bass, John Batte, Robert Alanson Biggs, Joe Boggess, Lee Hansell, Bor- den, Ronald Luie Boutwell, Guy Bradley. Second Row: James O ' Bannon Brady, Al- len Bridgers III, Harold Bridges, Jr., William George Brockman, William Brown III, Ernest Bernard Buehler IV, Frank Burdine. Third Row: Walter Byrd, Jr., Mike Cald- well, Paul Carmean, Jr., Na- poleon Cassibry III, Brad Cole, Mark Corey, Richard Cunningham. Fourth Row: Bill Dean, Buddy Dees, Jr., David Denny III, Alan P. Douglass, John Evans, For- rest Flinn, Henry Gantz III. Fifth Row: Robert Gardner, Keith Grag- son, Jack Hawkins, Julian Hill, Jr., Paul Hust, Brad Janoush, Keith Jean. Sixth Row: Sammy King, Fred Krutz III, Steven Lassiter, Jimmie Marshall, Mike McCamey, Stephen McKaskle, Charles Middleton, Jr. Seventh Row: Keith Montgomery, Yates Morgan, Johnny Neyman, James S. Overstreet, Jr., Alan Partridge, Charels Mi- chael Quick, Melvin Rich III. First Row: Lowry Rush III, Charles Rus- sell II, John Schlosser, Mi- chael Schlosser,Dean Shep- ard, Rob Snyder, Jr., Robert Spaulding. Second Row: Michael Spellman, Bill Tab- eling, Bobby Temple, Tom- my Toler, Huey Townsend, Mike Twente, Gray Wiggers, Jr. Third Row: Ken Wilkinson, Doug Wil- liams, William Will iams, Har- per Young. Not Pictured: John Berrett, Jr., Rodney Bounds, Johnny Chandler, James Dail, Rich- ard Dismuke, Sam Fonda, Vernon Foster, Stephen Gates, John Gibson, Ben- jamin Hand, Danny Holder, J. Holmes, Carl Lackey,Hen- ry List, Albert Lofton, Igna- tius Luckett, Jr., Gadi Mc- Cay, Charles McMurchy, Jr., Venton McNabb, Jr., Ed- mund Montgomery, Robert Morris II, Richard Parish, William Perkins, Harry Piaz- za, Jr., Clell Ray, Thomas Sledge, William Smith, Mi- chael Speed, Bradford Stew- art, John Thornton, Adolph Treppendahl, James Vaugh- an, Robert Whitewell, Eu- stace Winn. ABOVE: Seated left to right—Dickey Ray, Walter Byrd, Gray Wiggins, Jim Overstreet. Standing—Bobby Temple, Robert Gard- ner, John Batte, Keith Gragson, Mike McCamey. On January 15, 1927, Alpha Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority was chartered on the Ole Miss campus. In the forty-three years since that time, Kappa Deltas have established their places as active participants in every phase of campus life. The school year 1969-1970 has been a successful one for Kappa Delta in every way. The high scholastic standards upheld by the sorority were evidenced by members of Alpha Lambda Delta, CWENS, and Mortar Board. Freshman cheerleader Penny Collier represented Kappa Delta well in backing the Rebels 100 percent. Gwen Massey was elected a Top Five Beauty, and Kathy Luper a Campus Favorite. KDs were active in the military with Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC sponsors. KDs work hard and play hard together for the highest good of the sorority and the betterment of our Ole Miss. First Row: Vicki Allen, Greer Batson, Anne Beery, Betsy Bieden- harn, Susan Britt, Susan Broom, Beth Browder, Zetta Bryant. Second Row: Sandra Bufkin, Betty Ann Burkett, Barbara Cassady, Carolyn Cole, Penny Col- lier, Cindy Coxwell, Kerry Culp, Debbie Dean. Third Row: Marsha Dickson, Gloria Dow- dy, Nancy Dunn, Emily Ei- senhower, Donna Christine Ellis, Barbara Elliston, Karen Enochs, Jane Gardner. Fourth Row: Bris Garrard, Lade Gate- wood, Rebecca Ann Gordon, Mildred Green, Georgia Gay Greer, Mary Dodson, Guider, Linda Hatten, Janie Henry. Fifth Row: Kathi Henry, Teresa Hollo- man, Jane Hooker, Sarah Ann Jackson, Elizabeth Johnson, Nancy Kay John- son, Alice Justice, Denny Keye. Sixth Row: Judy Kitchens, Nancy Koch, Sue Latimer, Susan Laven- der, Barbara Livingston, Jan Logan, Suzanne Lollar, Jo Ann Luke. Seventh Row: Katherine Ann Luper, Mar- ilyn Majors, Gwen Massey, Rebecca McCormick, Susan McLaurin, Sharon Ann Mc- Ree, Blaine Mitchell, Sheryl Nicholson. Eighth Row: Taffe O ' Connell, Debbie Oser, Debbie Pace, Neil Ann Puryear, Ella Rawls, Susan Safley, Kaye Sanders, Lisa Sims. First Row: Linda Kathleen Smith, Judy Sparks, Melinda Stewart, Anita Stiedle, Georgia Strat- ton, Cheryl Streicher, Shar- on Stringfellow, Isabel Sum- mers. Second Row: Debbie Swindell, Marilyn Terry, Evelyn Thomas, Nan- cy Thorn, Phyllis Towsend, Patricia Wade, Mary Watki ns, Lindy Wilkins. Third Row: Patsy Lain Wilkins, Pat Wil- liams, Debbie Wolfe, Lynn Young. Not Pictured: Tamora Anderson,Sara Dun- can, Linda Hayward, Susan Puryear, Marcia Young. Colonized on the Ole Miss campus in 1947, Delta Rho Chapter has endeavored to maintain the high standards of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Scholarship, leader- ship, service, and sisterhood are stressed in all areas of Kappa life on campus and within the sorority. Reflecting the efforts of the entire chapter were the honors received by various members. Cindy Vincent was chosen Miss University and the 1969 Best Dressed coed on campus. Walterine Permenter served as Varsity Cheerleader and Lt. Commander of Angel Flight while Lila McRight was an I.F.C. Hostess. Candee Vincent was a Top Ten Beauty and an Army Sponsor and Jackie Baker held the honor of Campus Model Pledge. Panhellenic Vice-President and AWS Judicial Chairman was Copper Mills, while Ceci Gautier served as Vice-President of Mortar Board. In the 1969 Homecoming Court Kappa was represented by Penny Baker as Senior Class Maid. Kappa Boasted of five Campus Cuties while having several girls who served as members of CWENS, Alpha Lambda Delta, the Campus Senate and various ASB committees. First Row: Kathryn Allen, Diane Olivia Allison, Jacki Baker, Penny Baker, Jean Beemon, Betsy Bernardini, Clare Boyce. Second Row: Jane Bradley, Bettye Brown, Beverly Buehler, Kathy Cald- well, Cindy Carr,Colleen Car- ver, Ann Combs. Third Row: Kathy Cummins, Lee Davis, Angelita Delgadillo, Cathy Dernoncourt, Susie Dona- hue, Rachel Earhart, Lynn Ellis. Fourth Row: Tommye Dale Favre, Jeanne Ferguson, Sandra Fulton,Su- san Fulton, Paula Gaither, Cecelia Gautier,Vickie Gosa. Fifth Row: Marcia Greer, Melissa Hall, Betsy Hamilton,Taylor Hard- ing, Louise Hendrick, Robin Higgason, Vicki Holladay. Sixth Row: Elizabeth Hosemann, Ellen Ireland, Kay Johnson, Lynn Jones, Katherine Keach,Lin- da Kolwyck, Lisa Larson. Seventh Row: Dianne Ledlow, Constance Mann, Mary Martin, Linda McCool, Dianna McKey, Lila Lee McRight, Lynn Miller. First Row: Copper Mills, Anne Patter- son, Patricia Paugh, Walter- i ne Permenter, Rachel Pitch- er, Marianne Rankin, Vikki Ransom. Second Row: Betty Robinson, Sheila San- derson, Margaret Scar- borough, Susan Shelby,Bob- bye Taylor, Marie Thornton, Anne Tomlinson. Third Row: Sidney Trimble, Lura Nell Triplett, Susie Tucke r, Lynn Turner, Laura Ann Uram, Cynthia Vincent, Candace Vincent. Fourth Row: Sally Watkins, Marilyn Wood- bury, Nancy Woodbury, Mar- garet Lee Word. Not Pictured: Lauren Anders, Wanda Blan- kenship, Susan Boyd, Kath- erine Carpenter, Tanya Dag- gett, Lisa Decker, Sandra Donahue, Laurie Forstall, Hallie Fowler, Harriet How- ser, Joann Johnson, Sarah McClatchy, Martha Nichols, Jane Patterson, Rebecca Phay, Sonja Shealy, Brenda Williamson. Modern Kappa Sigma has its roots in a secret society which existed in Italy and France from about the year 1400. Since its colonization on the Ole Miss campus in 1926 Delta Xi has strived to live up to its national goals of loyalty, friendship, and brotherhood. Concerned with all phases of campus activity, the Kappa Sigs received a scholarship recognition plaque from their national organization. Always enthusiastic about school spirit, the Kappa Sigs are proud to have Jim Ganier represent Ole Miss as the " Colonel Reb " of the cheering squad. Social activities are another source of enthusiasm among the Kappa Sigs. Some of the highlights of the past year include numerous parties and banquets, the Centennial Weekend celebration, and a party given with the Chi Omegas for underprivileged children. First Row: Chuck Anepohl III, Dominic Arcuri, Phillip Jason Bailey, Ed Bringardner, Steve Bry- an, Tommy Canizaro. Second Row: Henry Rightor Cobb, Minton Cooper, Joe Daniel, Ronnie Demilio, David Gavin Faw- cett, Joseph Patterson George. Third Row: T. Gibbs, Jr., Jimmy Goss, George Griffith, Edward Hol- mes, Eugene Holmes, Arch Howell. Fourth Row: Stanley Ingram, Steven In- gram, Basil Kennedy, David Shelby Knight, David Lail, Michael Mann. Fifth Row: Ronald Joseph Mann,Claude R. McGauchey III, Riley Mc- Ilwain, Jr., Joe Middleton, Beau Neill, Ron Nippert. Sixth Row: David Pilkinton, Michael Pit- ner, Jamie Pollock, Daniel Powers, Johnny Pryor, Ben Quintana, Jr. First Row: Randy Ragland, Robert Rob- erts, Jr., Joe Russell, Bill Selman, Mickey Spinks,Jack Stephens, Jr. Second Row: Jack Stubbs, Bryan Watts, Tommy Weakley, Ray Weis- singer, Chip Westbrook,Yan- dell Wideman. Third Row: Bennett Williams, Jr., Cliff Wright, Chris Wuethrich. Not Pictured: J. Aiken, Thomas Ayres, Da- vid Bridgers, Thomas Brown, Jr., William Browning, Fred- eric Buchholz, Michael Car- lisle, Gordon Castleberry, John Clarke, Nelson Crut- hirds, Greg Day,William Dun- avant, Charles Easterling, Steven Farese, Glenn Far- rar, John Fawcett, Jerry Fos- ter, James Ganier, Emmett Hall, Francis Hartsfield, Paul Hester, Jerry Johnson, Don- ald Jurgensen, Robert Ma- ples, Richard Mestayer, No- ble Moore, Russell Neely, Hugh Newton, Thomas Nich- ols, Patrick O ' Rourke, Wil- liam Porter, Richard Rapp, Thomas Robinson, Charles Rogers, Ronald Russell, Thomas Smith, James Sul- livan, Dennis Troy, Mark Ur- am, Braden VanWinkle, Da- vid Walker, Edwin White, James Whittington, Claude Whittle, Gregory Williams. BOTTOM: Left to right—Officers are David Walker, Master of Ceremonies; Scott Aiken, Guard; Tom Brown, Treasurer; Mike Castleberry, Scribe; Bubba Rodgers, Grandmaster; and Jim Ganier, Grand Proculator. Having begun on the Ole Miss campus in 1877, Mississippi Alpha of Phi Delta Theta has reached out to receive recognition for the work done among the brothers. This Chapter has produced leaders in various fields. Charles O ' Mara recently received the Arthur B. Priest Award for being named the " Most Out- standing Phi Delta Theta in the United States and Canada. " Other brothers are George Fair, member of ODK and Editor of The Mississippian; Wayne Drink- water, member of the ASB Cabinet and Order of Omega; Dan Woodliff, Phi Eta Sigma and Committee of 100; and Chris Jones, President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pre-Med honorary fraternity. The Phi Delts also received special recognition for their Community Service Day Project. The two main weekends of excitement for the Phi Delts are the Ivy League Weekend and Blue and White Formal. The Phi Delts are striving in all areas of campus ac- tivities to be one of the top fraternities on the Ole Miss campus. First Row: John Aldridge,Thomas Wils- ford Allen, William Allen, Jr., Horace Allen, Robert E. Anderson, Tom Assaf, Boyd Atkinson, Eugene Wal- ton Atkinson, Jr. Second Row: John Ray Atkinson, Michael Raymond Vastari, Charles S. Bidgood, Henry Black, Bar- ry W. Carlisle, Alan Carter, Kip Cole Ill, Malcolm Corn- mer. Third Row: Gary Cook, Bubba Cox, Don Davidson, Ralph Coxey, Wayne Drinkwater, Wick Fat- herly, Bert Charles Ehrhardt, Larkin Elfert. Fourth Row: John Fleming, Jr., Billy Foose, Bubba Fratesi, Willis Frazer, John Grantham, Wil- liam Gray, William Harvey Gresham, Walton Gresham Fifth Row: Pat Griffin, George Gwin, Warren Halliday, Hugh Hart- zog, Rodney Hartzog, Curtis Hasty Ill, Richard Hendrick, Gilbert Jay. Sixth Row: Bryan Jones Ill, Lyn Jordan, Charles Laney, James Ab- ner Lauderdale, Warren Lud- lam, Hank Mayer, Ronnie McElroy, John McGee. Seventh Row: Walter McLellan Ill, Thomas Miller, Jr., Lancelot L. Minor Ill, James Moore, Jr., Kit Morris, James Willard Mor- rid Ill, Dalton Mounger, John Chalmers Neill. Eighth Row: John Nunnery, Jr., Paul Park- er, Ed Peacock, Robert Per- ry, Michael Person, Logan Phillips, Jr., John Povall, James Pratt, Jr. First Row: Sparky Reardon, Charles Rhodes, Ervin Robertson, John Rucker, James Rus- sell, Steve Sampson, John Sandifer, David Eugene Shands. Second Row: Stephen Shirley, Bobby Steinriede, John Studdard, Samuel Sugg, Jr., Thomas Tubb, Bill Tucker, Jr., Da- vid Turner. Third Row: David Twiford, Robert Ty- ner, James Donald Vickers, Richard Walker, William Walker, Bill Watkins, Bob White, Ricky Whitehead. Fourth Row: Fred Witty, Randy Wolfe, Dan Woodliff, Bill Yates, Jr. Not Pictured: William Anderson, Robert Baird, John Bowen III, Fred Brister, Luther Crull,. Jr., Daniel Deaton, Charles Den- ton, Robert Emmons,George Fair, Murray Fincher, Jack Harper III, Owen Holder, Har- old House, J.James, William Johnson, Christopher Jones, Walker Jones III, Michael King, John Laney, John Lar- son, Aristide Lefeve, Jr., Charles Maxey, Adam Mit- chell, Jr., Kenneth Oilsch- lager, William Overdyke, Wil- liam Pittman, Austin Ray, Jr., Andrew Sampson, Rob- ert Sams, Vernon Shelton, John Smith, Billy Staggers, Michael Thompson, Walter Thompson, Horace Twiford, Rodney Waldrop, Robert Webb, Jr., James Wilson, Robert Wright. Arriving on the Ole Miss campus in 1857, the Phi Psis have continued to stress the overall develop- ment of its members. Although lately they haven ' t been as active in campus politics as in the past they could present a strong race with the right candi- date. In 1960, the Phi Psis moved into their present home which had been the Phi Dleta Theta house. The Phi Psis still claim they see the ghosts of the Immortal Six Founders floating through their house in search of the brothers down the block. The main social events this year were the Jacque- minot Rose Ball and the Your Father ' s Mustache party. The Your Father ' s Mustache Bar in New Orleans re- fused to allow some of the banjo playing brothers to leave Bourbon Street after the Sugar Bowl and it is reported that you can still find them there. First Row: John Abel, Robert Andrews, Noell Bailey, Marcel Black, Phillip Bogard, Bill Bruce, Thad Robinson Brumfield. Second Row: Rhondie Burns, Robert Clau- er, Jr., Charlie Crews, Jr., Dedaux Dedeaux, Jack Des- sommes, Danny Dickey, Wil- liam Dossett. Third Row: Ralph Dougherty, Larry Du- pree, Michael Evans, Jim Feltman, Charles Frederick, Jr., Michael Edward Garner, David Gillentine. Fourth Row: Tommy Goyer, Steve Grace, David Greenhaw, Robert Eu- gene Gunn, Bob Haas, Craig Hamachek, Stephen Edward Hamric. Fifth Row: Ron Hart,Carl Hartley,James Henderson, Fred Hennig Ill, Mike Hertzig, Johnny Hud- son, Bill Jarvis. Sixth Row: Gus Jones, Fritz Katzen- meyer, Mike Malouf, John Marshall, Jr., Robert Leon Myers, John Payne, John Phillips. Seventh Row: Milton Robinson, William Robison, Ray Rosser, Joe Saad, Jr., Scotty Scott, Jr., Joe Scrogham, Donald Shipp, Jr. First Row: Peter Simpson, William Doyle Smothers, Jack Speed, Jonathan Staryk, Ar- thru Stroud, Jr., Sim Ther- rell Ill, Monroe Thigpen. Second Row: Dan Tucker, Gary Washing- ton, David Lynn Wicker, Cliff Woolley. Not Pictured: Roderick Beard, Lanny Brad- ford, John Corban, Robert Cormell, Joe Crudup, Kent Doyle, Thomas Duke, Larry Furtick, Jimmy Grant, Don- ald Harrison, Jr., Richard Hutchison, George Li mbock- er, John Llewellyn, Rian Ringsrud, Michael Smith,Mi- chael Soper, Barry Sullivan, Robert Theobald, James Thompson, David Wood. LEFT: Left to right—Front—John Woolley, Secretary; Stewart Robison, President; Fred Henning, Treasurer. Back row—David Wood, Messenger; David Thigpen, Historian; and Craig Hamachek, Vice-President. Delta Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau, the young- est fraternity at the University of Mississippi, came to the campus as a colony in 1967. Two years later the national fraternity granted their charter to Delta Gamma Chapter which had already made itself a vital part of the Ole Miss Greem system. In its three years at Ole Miss, the Phi Taus have strived to excell in leadership, scholarship and social life. Their participation and enthusiasm in intramural sports has helped them capture the small fraternity basketball championship for the past two years. Recently the Phi Taus instituted their Little Sisters of the Laurel program, pledging a total of twenty- eight coeds. Their two main festivities of the year include the Hippie Party and the Red Carnation Ball. First Row: David Abel, Robert Bailey, William Bishop,Chuck Black, Bob Blevins, Wiley Newman Boland, Jr., Britton Brewer. Second Row: Duwane Brumfield, Richard Casey, David Church, Ste- phen Paul Clary, James Cus- ter, John Dawson, S. Dom- browski. Third Row: James Randolph Cubose, Bill Edwards, Chuck Evers- meyer, Calvin Albert Flem- ing, Raymond Fraser, Jr., Don Gibson, Jr., Joseph Henry Grammer. Fourth Row: Harrison Greenlaw, Lenard Grice, Thomas Eric Hale, Jim Nauss, William Jenkins, Daniel Kauzlarich, James King. Fifth Row: Bill King, William Kirby, Pete Lauer, Robert Weems Law- rence, Ted Lecren, Mark Blayney Leedom, Wilburn Lord, Jr. Sixth Row: Glenn Lunsford, Hollis Eu- gene Lunsford, Bruce Mc- Crory, Albert Metts Ill, Rod Moring, Tommy Murphey, Willard Ross Neely II. Seventh Row: David Neville, James R. Pat- terson, Jr., Chappie Pinks- ton, Mitch Poole, James Quinn, Thomas Newell Rack- ley, Nicholas Hanse Ramsey. First Row: Philip Rowe, Mario Roybal, Don Rutland, Garrett Ryan, Robert Samson, Bruce Schweitzer, Donald Smith. Second Row: Michael Smith, John Ste- man, Gary Thrash, Terry Thrash, Harry Turner, Jr., Sammy Wilson, Mac Wim- bish. Not Pictured: Melvin Atkinson., Russell Collins, James Hardin, John Harral, Charles Leemon, Rob- ert Murphy. TOP: Back row—Officers are Gary Thrash, Britt Brewer, Harry Turner, Cordy Dombrowski. Front--Peter Lauer, Gary Ryan, Terry Thrash, The Mississippi Chi Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta was recognized on the Ole Miss campus in May of 1959. The fraternity offers its members the congenial human association, social and athletic experience, and scholastic aid that are conducive to the development of the well-rounded college man. Always concerned with the continued growth of Phi Kappa Theta at Ole Miss and at other colleges and Universities, the members of Mississippi Chi Chapter were awarded the National Expansion Award for their contribution in the installation of a chapter at Memphis State University. Although the PKTs are noted around the campus for their quiet, reserved manner, they are always ready to have a good t ime. Their social activities are climaxed each year by their Red and Gold Formal. First Row: Anthony Abram, Kevin Bey- er, Irvin Bittle, Mike Booth. Second Row: Gerald Calvasina, Stephen Caruso, Lawrence Michael Furlong John Helfrich. Third Row: Frank Izzo, Terry Kiernan, William Lapolla, Jerry Mc- Combs. Fourth Row: Richard Mylak, Buddy Nix III, John Kent Rayburn, Ronald Sartain. First Row: Steven Stegall, Willard Cal- vin Sweat, Jr., Earl Trevor, Robert Alan Verner, Jr. Second Row: Carl Wasson, Ronnie Mi- cha el Wedgeworth, Jimmy White, Jr., James Woodall. Not Pictured: George Booth, Joseph Booth, Morris, Bowling; Wil- liam Jaquith, Jimmie Lind- ley, Stephen ' Saway, Harry Wallace. LEFT: Left to right—Officers are Steve Stigall, Treas- urer; Terry Kiernan, Secretary; Larry Furlong, Vice- President; and Mike Booth, President. BOTTOM: The Phi Kaps discuss the " bear " facts of their fraternity. Now well into its second century, Phi Mu is justly proud of her rich heritage and traditions. Phi Mu has excelled in all phases of campus life during the past year. First in scholarship, Phi Mus are in Mortar Board, CWENS, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Six Phi Mus were Army, Navy, and Angel Flight ROTC members. Molissa Lovelady was elected a Fa- vorite and Vivi Hughes was a Top Five Beauty. Reign- ing over the Homecoming Court were Karen Cope as Homecoming Queen and Molissa Lovelady as Sopho- more Maid. Karen Cope led the Rebels as Varsity Cheerleader, and both Judy Horne and Glenna Gal- laspy were Freshman Cheerleaders. Rounding out the list of Phi Mus were Nancy Scott, Kappa Alpha Old South Queen, Mary K. Plants, DKE Sweetheart, and Sandy Smith Williams, Ka Sweet- heart. First Row: Amy Kay Allen, Diane Al- tick, Beth Andrews, Mary Evalyn Antcon, Sidney Lynn Bailey, Lanell Barnes, Anne Barnes, Beverly Bennett. Second Row: Wendy Blanks, Barbara Bot- to, Pamela Buchanan, Marie Buchberger, Carolyn Buck- ner, Jolee Childs, Susan Clark, Lynne Coates. Third Row: Kay Cobb, Karen-Cope, Ab- by Cotten, Cindy Daniel, Mary Cathryn Dyre, Teresa Dyre, Catherine Ann Elliott, Mary Ellis. Fourth Row: Anna Ferguson, Linda Flet- cher, Harriet Ford, Lynn Fry, Glenna Gallaspy, Paula Kay Goodnight, Julia Hall, Eliza- beth Rogers Hanry. Fifth Row: Sherry Hanson, Jo Beth Hawkins, Katherine Hiden, Judy Horne, Liz Houser, Gail Hoy, Vivia Hughes, Janice Ingram. Sixth Row: Lisa Jacob, Karen Kaufman, Becki Kilgore, Christi King, Linda King, Cissy Knott,Nan- cy Carole Land, Susan Lang- don. Seventh Row: Brownie Lawrence,Ann Left- wich, Susan Townsend Li- senby, Patricia Ann Locke, Molissia Lovelady, Annelle Macy, Beth Malone, Martha Martin. Eighth Row: Patricia Lynn Massey, Judy McDougal, Mary Sue Mcll- wain, Paula Miller, Tis Neill, Karen Oakes, Minna Phil- lips, Carole Pigford. First Row: Margaret Pittman, Joy Plants, Mary Kathryn Plants, Lamar Poovey, Katherine Elizabeth Price, Patsy Reif- ers, Nan Robinson, Cathy Rodenhauser. Second Row: Nan Russell, Candace Schenk, Nancy Scott, Candy Searight, Suzan Settlemire, Sharon Shelton, Marsha Sherrard, Jana Shideler. Third Rdw: Robyn Shideler, Karen Smith, Vicki Stannard, Jane Sullivan, Becky Tatum, Emily Taylor, Gail Tharp, Wanda Lynn Underwood. Fourth Row: Virginia Walke, Beth Ware, Deborah Webb, Julie Wiley, Cassie Wilson, Pamela Jo Wright. Not Pictured: Barbara Atkinson, Peggy Bradford, Helen Frye, Ter- ry Hornor, Janet Riddell. Since its founding at Monmouth College more than a hundred years ago, Pi Beta Phi has strived to uphold a tradition of excellence. Beta Chapter has been on the Ole Miss campus since 1962. Pi Phis are always active in campus activities. This year Afton Cox was named to Mortar Board, and Georgianna Alexander was selected a campus Favorite. Pam Connor represented Pi Phi as Delta Psi Sweet- heart. Barbara Cox served the sorority as President of Panhellenic and was elected to Miss Ole Miss. Pi Phis were also active in the Campus Senate. Ole Miss " Y " , Young Democrats, and Young Republicans. Many Pi Phis participated in AWS activities, and Gwen O ' Neal served as AWS Treasurer. All in all, 1969-1970 has been an outstanding year for Pi Phi on the Ole Miss campus. First Row: Ellen Ambrose, Anne An- derson, Becky Armstrong, Beverly Baird, La Nita Ruth Barnett, Martha Barnett,Deb- orah Bean. Second Row: Pat Brooks, Alason Con- nell, Pamela Jane Connor, Barbara Cox, Afton Cox, Mary Dill,Susan Donahower. Third Row: Jan Draughon, Jeani Duck- ett, Rebecca Enloe, Judy Faggard, Jan Garner, Martha Harsh, Leslie Heflin. Fourth Row: Susan Hollingsworth, Di- anne Hood, Susan Jones, Kay Kennedy, Ann Latture, Laura Lynda Lee, Eamy Little. Fifth Row: Anne Marie Loftin, Harriett May, Mary Bryan McGehee, Darla Jeanne Micci, Craig Milner, Linda Moore, Sally Morehead. Sixth Row: Cathy Moss, Melanee Mur- phree, Debby Nelson, Gwen- dolyn O ' Neal, Nancy Owen, Elizabeth Owen, Connie Pensyl. Seventh Row: Vicki Perry, Karen Pilgreen, Betty Pugh, Greta Roberts, Jo Anna Roberts, Nancy Jane Robinson, Melin da Rogers. Eighth Row: Ethel Louise Seay, Cindy Shelton, Peggy Skelton,Car- oline Smith, Janice Smith, Nancy Stasiak, Janice Thomas. First Row: Jill Thomas, El ixabeth Toler, Mary Tooke, Karen Vincent, Katherine White, Barbara E. Williams, Cheryl Wright. Not Pictured: Georgianna Alexander, Jen- ny Baldwin, Ella Brumfield, Patricia Brumfield,Susan Ed- rington, Christine Fontenot, Deborah Franklin, Mary Ivey, Cathryn Sullivan, Frances Treadaway. The Gamma Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha has carved a place for itself at the University of Mis- sissippi. Have you ever seen a grubby Pike? The Pikes are a well-dressed, well-rounded beehive of active members who are seen engaging in every aspect of college life. The Pikes are firm believers in enjoying their col- lege days. Annually they offer many toasts to Bacchus at their Roman Ball or the " Tokay Tea Party. " Soul sounds most often are heard at their parties which tend to attract most segments of the student body. When a Pike is not found at the house or engaging in campus activities or politics, he can usually be found on the Oxford Square, beating a path from Duvall ' s to Owen ' s. First Row: James Homer Best, Robert Bills, Charles B. Blount, Lee Boyd, Ward Brister, Olen C. Bryant, Jr., Francis Bur- nett. Second Row: Stewart Canty, Charles Cleveland Clark,William Cov- ington, Jr., Jimmy Davidson, Bob Denton, Jr., Lynn Des- porte, Bruce Dixon. Third Row: Richard Dunn, Joseph Ger- ache, Jr., Guilbert Gibson, Tommy Graham, Jr., Randy Graves, Jacob Davis Guice, William Hale, Jr. Fourth Row: Chuck Harrell, Philip Hart, Sonny Hartzog, Billy Ha- thorn, Gary Hawkins, Kenny Hayles, Scott Hines. Fifth Row: David Hogue, Henry Holi- field, Johnnie K. Jordan, Jr., Doc Kellum Ill, Jim Kuttnauer, Thomas Maley, James Walker May. Sixth Row: Richard McKenzie, Wyche McMullan, Malcolm McSpad- den, Forrest Meek, Jeffrey Minor, Chip Mitchell, Mitch- ell Monsour. Seventh Row: Don Moore, Geoffrey Mor- gan, Rocky Nosser Ill, Steve Pate, Buzzy Pemberton, Ter- ry Don Pieralisi, Dennis Read. First Row: Rusty Ridley, Jr., Jimmie Rose, Sime Singley, Harry Sneed, George Stewart,Jack Stone III, Frank Street. Second Row: Al Sumrall, Chauncey Tan- ner, Edward E. Tollison, Mike Turbeville, Thomas Arnold Turner, Chuck Walsh, Blake White. Third Row: Bob Wilkinson, Jefferson Worley, Tom Zachary, Jr. Not Pictured: David Alford, James Allen, Robert Bailess, Robert Ber- ry, Jr., William Callicut, John Cassady,John Col I ier, Doug- las Cooper, Robert Day, Da- vid Dean, Paul Dongieux, John Drake,Patrick Edwards, James Estes, Louis Farber, Ronald Forbes,Floyd Franks, Michael Franks, Alan Gif- fin, Jimmy Gouras, Thom- as Harris, Jr., Zach H eder- man, Jr., James Holloway, James Howell, Steven How- ell, Arthur Jernigan, Dex Johnson, Jerrell Jones, Jr., Michael Kelly, Stephen Ken- ney, Ray King, George Lot- terhos, John Louis, Mack Lowery, Robert Lunceford, Claude Maley, Jr., Van Man- ning, John Martin, Berlon, Mauldin, David McIntosh, Johnny McRight, Richard Mills, Henderson Moore III, Steven Moore, Herman Mos- by, Robert Moss, Edward North, Jr., Edmond Patter- son, Julius Piazza John Pitt- man, Donald Potts, ' John Ragsdale, William Reed, Wil- liam Renovich, Robert Robi- son, Ben Saucier, Robert Sneed, William Sneed, Rod- ney Taylor,Thomas Thames, Dennis Thomas, Wiliam True, William Vandevender, William White, Horace Wil- kinson III, Murray Williams, Jr., Derek Wyatt. ABOVE: Officers are Jimmy Davidson, President; Bill Sneed, Vice- President; and Bill Reed, Secretary. For over one hundred years, Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has been active in Ole Miss campus affairs. The first fraternity founded in the South, SAE is now the nation ' s largest fraternity. Having representatives in every major varsity sport, the SAEs have also captured the Overall Intramural Championship for three consecutive years. Another area of constant interest to Gamma chapter is their social activities. Their success with coeds cannot be denied probably because they always have front row tickets for concerts. The climax of the year ' s social events is their Shipwreck Party. The SAE house is easily recognized by the unusual number of television antennas and by their " colorful " lions, which are a valid symbol of their Fraternity. First Row: Tommy Adams, Sidney Al- len, Bob Anderson, John Bagby, Thomas Michael Baldwin, Haley Barbour,Reg- gie Barnes. Second Row: Doug Bethay,Thomas Cleve- land Birchett, Larry Bobo, Jim Buchanan, Minor Bu- chanan, William Sterling Cin, Will iam Henry Caldwell. Third Row: John Carter,Lester Cook,Jr., Randy Corban, Rickey Cox, Lee Crawford, Jr., Ricky Crawford, Robert Daniel. Fourth Row: Bobby Davis Ill, David Mi- chael Dealy, Tommy De- moss, Ray Dukes, Martin Dupont, Mooney Easley, Hi- ram Eastland, Jr. Fifth Rowl: Patrick Glavey, W. Golden, Lewis Graham, Jr., Steve Gregory, James Hall, Fred Hamilton, Michael Harris. Sixth Row: Leonard E. Herrington, Charles Holmes, Tom Hum- phries, Alfred Jordan, Sam Lauderdale, Lin Lipscomb, Sam Lloyd III. Seventh Row: Rupert Lyon, Lewis Maddux, Ben Malone, Mike Mansell, Neely Mashburn, Dudley Mc- Bee, Webster McDonald. First Row: Robert Edwin McIver, Wil- liam McMullen II, William Montjoy, Robert Moore, Rog- ers Morrison, Jr., Holmes Pettey, Winston Prude. Second Row: John Quinn, Anton Reel III, Wesley Reese, John David- don Rogers, Leslie Sigman, Bobby Smith, Charles Strei- cher. Third Row: Tommy Turner, Jerry Vea- zey, Jr., David White,Charles Willis Wright, Robert P. Young, Larry Zinn. Not Pictured: David Anderson, Arthur Ben- son, George Bullard, Gary Cole, Thomas Connors, Arch Corley, Woodrow Day, Jr., John Ferris, Robert Fuchs, Roger Fuller, Dewitt Grae- ber, James Graeber, Jr., An- drew Holmes, Frank Holmes III, Jeffrey Horn, Patrick Johnson, Kenneth Kauerz, Alan Lancaster, Joseph Lau- derdale, William Litton, Mark Loflin,Talbot McCain,James McGraw, Frank McKellar, Mi- chael McMaster, Aubrey Mc- Mullen, Jr., Ronald McCree, Allen Mize, Eddie Morgan, John Morgan, Harvey Morri- son, Jr., George Morrow, Jacob Ritchey, Sidney Rob- inson, John Sargent, Will iam Shaw, Bruce Simmerman, Sam Smithvaniz, Scott Swaney, Ben Tatum, Ste- phen Thomas, Michael Wade, Robert Walker, Luther Webb, William Whitehead III, James Woods. ABOVE: Left to right—Charlie Holmes, Recorder; Joe Frank Lauder- dale, Secretary; Stevie Thomas, President; Sam Loyd, Rush Chair- mar• and I Po Cra.rfnrd Tr.aclirer Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity was established at the University in 1857. The " White-Cross " boys have always believed that friendship among men of different temperments, talents, and convictions is the strongest type of brotherhood. This " spirit of Sigma Chi " has won Eta Chapter the Peterson Significant Chapter Award more times than any other Sigma Chi Chapter in the nation. Among the leaders in campus politics were Fred McDonnell, Vice-President of the Associated Student 3ody; Don Fruge, President of Omicron Delta Kappa; Jack Harvey, President of the Engineering School; Bodie Catlin, Head Cheerleader and President of the Intramural Council; and Steve Edds and Charles Royals, members of the Associated Student Body Cabinet. The men of Sigma Chi are steadfastly loyal to their fraternity and take their place high on the list of out- standing fraternal organizations on campus. First Row: Lemuel Adams, Barry Allen, Thomas J. Anderson II, Thomas Blanton, Hugh Boone, Van Burnham, Dave Cannada. Second Row: John Daniel Cleveland, Jef- frey Crawford, Bill Cush- man, William Dillard, Steve Edds, John Erikson, Dan Ford, Jr. Third Row: Don Fruge, Earl Fyke, Glenn Todd Gallaspy, Steve God- bold, Duncan Gray, Steve Guyton, Hal Haney, Jr. Fourth Row: Thomas Hardin, Chan Hen- ry, Milton Hobbs, Harry Hol- laday, Allen Jackson, Jr., Albert Joseph Jaeger, Jr., Randy Johnson, Jr. Fifth Row: Jim Kitchens, Horace Les- ter, Jr., David Long, Joseph Matulich, Fred McDonnell, Wiley Mcllwain, Richard Mol- pus. Sixth Row: Charles Anthony Myers, Thomas Pennebaker, Jimmy Perkins, Pete Perkins, Jr., Van Power, Don Purvis, Wat- son Purvis. Seventh Row: Skippy Robertson, Jr., Shel- by Rogers, Jr., Burdette R uss, Dave Russell, William Louis Shappley, Daniel Singletary, Lemuel Smith. First Row: William Collins Spencer, John Stanley, William H. Stubblefield, Ralph Sulser, Thomas Sweat, Jr., Lou Tay- lor Ill, Thomas Brooks Tu- tor. Second Row: Eugene Waldemar Vogt, Charles Witt, Chris Wood. pot Pictured: ' Richard Akin, Terry Ander- son, John Andrews, Jr., Charles Barksdale, Louis Barnes, Jr., William Beas- ley, Kenneth Blount, John Bottom, Norman Brewer Ill, James Brown, Jerry Burnett, William Catlin Ill, George Chamberlain, Joe Coleman, David Craven, Stephen Downing, Julian Fagan, Paul Fyke, Lawrence Hancock,Mi- kel Hardison, Aubrey Har- ris II, William Harris, John Harvey,John Henegan,Fred- erick Hickman, Gus Hodges, Hyde Jenkins, Frank Ken- nedy, Jr., David Kinard,Rick- ey Koon, James Laughlin, Jr., Walter Laughlin, Richard Lenoir, Jr., Robert Livings- ton, William Lovelady, John Martin, Robert Martin, Troy Mashburn, Jr., Harvey McGe- hee, Robert Miller, Carl Neu- mann, Lacy Newman, James Parker, Jr., Ronald Patch, Tyrus Pritchard, Charles Rhea, Seamon Rhea, John Rice, Hal Riggan, Michael Robbins, Richard Roberts Ill, Charles Royald, Roderick Russ III, Jan Scarbrough, John Shell, Jr., Michael Slo- cumb, Frank Smith III,James Smith, Jr., William Smith, William Strawbridge, Floyd Sulser, Charles Tinnin, Jr., Wendell Trapp, Jr., James Weems, Jr., Edward Wilme- sherr. ABOVE: Officers seated are: Ralph Sulser, Pledge Trainer; and Mike Dickson, Vice-President. Standing, left to right are—Billy Smith, Sec- retary; Mitt Hobbs, Pre sident; and Barry Allen, Treasurer. From its beginning on the Ole Miss campus in 1927, Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu has grown to rank among the finest, school-spirited fraternities year after year. They have continued to grow on its ideals of love, honor, and truth. The versatility of the Sigma Nus is evident from their leadership in all phases of campus activities, especially pep rallies. The " Snakes " look with pride to their fourteen members of Omicron Delta Kappa. Glen Galey is presently serving as President of the As- sociated Student Body, Carson Hughes as Chairman of the Judicial Council, Archie Manning as outstanding quarterback for the Ole Miss Rebels, and Alex Kiamie as Varsity Cheerleader. When the many brothers of Sigma Nu are not getting ready for " another " pep rally or " another " campus election, some of them may be found taking a dip in their heated swimming pool. First Row: Mickey Akers, Joe Alexan- der, Larry Anthony, Andy Ashford, William Clay Ash- ford, Rhett Atkinson, Fred Baddour, Richard Bell. Second Row: Larry Bennett Ill, Russell Blair Ill, John Borchert, Jr., William Bratton, Eddie Bry- ant, Jerry Bullock, Walter Burkhalter, Jr., Glenn Dale Cannon. Third Row: James Michael Carson, Bo- bo Champion, Jr., Bob Chil- ders, Grady Clark, Jr., Bill Colmer, Clark Corley, Bob Cornelius, Sam Daniel. Fourth Row: Carl Davis, Jr., Bill Denton, Chip Donovan, Lew Durant, Jr., Mike Earwood, Rice Eaves,Terry Ewert,Tim Ford. Fifth Row: Mike Furtick, John Henry Galberry, Glenn Galey, James B. Galloway, John Galloway, George Robertson Goza, Ronny James Haddock. Sixth Row: William D. Harrell, Michael Harvey, John Haynes, Mar- tin Hegwood, John Hender- son, Lute Herring, Samuel Holder, Charlie Hudson, Jr. Seventh Row: Carson Hughes, Blair Jerni- gan, Vic Jones, Donald Kil- gore, Mike Kuykendall, Dan- ny Lantrip, Brooks Leasure, Jr., Robert Wayne Leech. Eighth Row: Chip Leggett, Larry Little, Sam Long Ill, Hiram Lucius, Edward Lyon, Edward Charles Maloney, Dudley Marble, Jr., Frank Martin, Jr. First Row: Shelby Weeks McKey, Hen- ry Moak, Jr., Terry Morris, Rodney Nourse, Billy Oz- ment, Jr., Fred Permenter, Jr., Thomas Pittman, David Prewitt. Second Row: Vernon Pruitt, Jr., George Puckett, Bill Russell, Woody Sample, David Shreve, Lar- ry Smith, Richard Joel Smith, Stan Smith. Third Row: Charles Rolland Stafford, Raymond Stewart, Jimmy Still, Malcolm Still, Walker Swaney, Lake Tolbert, Tom Tomlinson, Chuck Trayal. Fourth Row: Dan Vail, Tommy Vinson, Randy Voyles, Don Walto n, Paul Walton, Roger Wicker, Tommy Will iams, James Wil- fred Wilson, Gerry Winters. Not Pictured: Shelton Allen II, Don Bad- dour, James Bonds, David Butts, Jr., Preston Carpen- ter, Terry Carpenter, Robert Carter, Thomas Cloar, Charles Cloud, Orville Da- vis, Thomas Dukes, Robert Ellis, James Farr, Robert Gorman, Bradley Hall, H. Heidel,Thomas Jobe,Thom- as Jones,Robert Keller,Dan- ton Ketchum, James Khayat, BOTTOM: Left to right—John Borchert, Treasurer; Larry Smith, Treasurer; Johnny Russell, Recorder; Eddie Bry- ant, Lt. Commander; and Ed Lyon, Commander. Alex Kiamie, Jr., Stephen Lawyer, Mike Long, James Looney, Elisha Maning Ill, Tedford McCullough,George Murphy, Robert Mustin, Gor- don Petty, Jr., James Poole, Hudson Puckett, ' Jr.,Garland Reed, Robert Revere, Jerry Riley, Bruce Russell, John Russell, Tom Trout, Daniel Tyler, Dean Vance, John Wade, Donni Waldrop, Phil- ip Young. Mississippi Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon came to the Ole Miss campus in 1928. Driven by a keen sense of determination, the Sig Eps at Ole Miss have become a symbol of brotherhood and leadership. Their association with the American Heart Fund is illustrated by the hard work that they do and the fraternity pin that they wear. The Sig Eps have participated in all areas of campus activities. They have had the President of the Inter- fraternity Council for the past two years, Editor of the Ole Miss M-Book for three consecutive years, Business Manager of the Daily Mississippian, and the President of Alpha Phi Omega. In the future years, the Sig Eps hope to advance their rush program with the added facility of a fraternity house. Until then it ' s " Welcome to Sig Ep Country. " First Row: Joe Arledge, Jr., Eric Black- wood, Holbert Blair, Pete Bloss, Ill, Bob Boyd, Charles Broun III. Second Row: Walter Commander, Lau- rence Cope, Michael Kent Dawson, John Dees, William Kendel Duke, Steven Foxx. Third Row: Jerry Gay, Thomas Gerity, Don William Gregg, Guy Hil- ton, Charles Holyfield, Steve Kirkland. Fourth Row: Hartley Weems Kittle III, Aaron Koon, Jim Martin,Jr., Jerry McGrath, Jr., Daniel McKessy, William Daniel No- bles III. Fifth Row: Robert Donald Patterson, Julian Jones Prewitt, Larry Rea, William Reid, Jr., Joe Rials, Mal Riddell. First Row: William L. Roach, Jr., Guy Ford Rowland, Gary Schef- fler, Vaun Harold Smith, Ken Sullivan, Bobby Joe Wade. Second Row: Alexander Wade, Stephen Wagner, Robert R. Williams, Jr. Not Pictured: David Allen, Gary Bird, Sher- rill Carleton, Jr., Arthur Cox, Jr., William Davenport, Earl Denham,• Michael Hebbard, Charles Jackson, Carroll Meador, Dixon Pyles, Jr., Brent Tinnin, Richard White. BOTTOM: Seated are Larry Rea, Vice-President and Bill Roach, President. Standing are Robert Williams, Chaplin and Brent Meador, Secretary. Beta Mu Chapter of Sigma Pi began their days here in 1953 and have gained a distinction through their social and intramural endeavors. Although one of the smaller groups, the Sigma Pis are feared by all as fierce competition on the playing fields of the Intramural League. It is known secretly that the Sigma Pi rush roll includes the names of all All-Conference Athletes as well as legacies. Since many of the Sigma Pis can be recognized by a northern accent, they have no competition when it comes to a snowball fight. This year incidentally their shrewd rush tactics lead their pledge to continue the momentum to captrure the Model Pledge Award even though he was not a member of the football team. First Row: Jimmy Baker, Patrick Cav- anaugh, Jr.,Stephen Clouse, Eddie Cunningham. Second Row: Russell Defrancesco, James Flanders, Tibbs Golladay, Jerry Hasson. Third Row: Rollo Johnson, John Lewis, David McAleer, Raymond Meifert. Fourth Row: John Gary Moscarillo, Leroy E. Tropp Ill, Roger Walker, Thomas Patrick Welch. First Row: James Wheeler, Stephen Harry Wheeler, Donald Wia- ter, Danny Williams. Second Row: Dave Williams, John Win- throp, Arthur Martin Zied- man. Not Pictured: F. Blaine, Larry Cox, Terry Darton, Bruce Farnsworth, David Gnavi, Michael Ha- man, George Lewis, Roger Mattei, Ronald Moody,Thom- as Sullivan, Neil Tarpley, Ronald Vanostenbridge, Charles Weber. TOP: Seated are David McAlier, Sergeant at Arms, and Patrick Cavanaugh, Treasurer. Standing, left to right are Bruce Farnsworth, Secretary; Tibbs Galladay, Historian; Ray Meifer, Vice-Presient; ABOVE: Yea, and you can be pledge class President, Vice-President, Secretary, Model Pledge Gamma Delta Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was installed on the Ole Miss campus on April 14, 1939. Founded October 15, 1898, at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, it is the only National Panhellenic Conference group chartered by an act of legislature. Zetas were proud of Mary Louise Cissna, selected as AWS President and chosen to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Betty Poteet was elected as ASB Secretary. Rounding out the list of honors were Carolyn Clinton, who was selected as pianist for the GROUP and Cande McNally, a University Dancer. Sandy Stone, Sharon Scibrlia, Cande McNally and Celeste Hardin were all Rebelettes with the fa- mous Ole Miss Band. Zetas captured many sports awards, including the over- all Sports Trophy and the Sportsmanship Award. June Sims served as President of the Women ' s Recreational Association and Melody Scott was chosen to be the Karate Club Queen. This has certainly been another good year for the Zetas. First Row: Kathi Abrahamson, Jan Al- briton, Ellen Allen, Bobbie Armour, Evelyn Asger, Debi Bailey, Jonell Baker. Second Row: Judy Beckman, Sue Bell, Betsy Black, Debbie Blohm, Cathy Boudreaux, Brenda Bramlett, Mary Love Bran- don. Third Row: Becky Browne, Pam Burgoy- ne, Judy Cardwell, Jane El- len Carlson, Becky Carter, Mary Louise Cissna, Carolyn Clinton. Fourth Row: Carolyn Crook, Viki Cross, Lee Davis, Julie Delph, Don- na Edwards, Carolyn Elliott, Kathryn Ellis. Fifth Row: Teresh Ellis, Becky Fudoli, Janet Gann, Gay Garrison, Barbara Geiger, Lydia Graves, Marsha Greene. Sixth Row: Dinah Gail Gross, Barbara Gunckel, Patricia Guy, Deb- orah Haley, Mary Celeste Harden, Kathy Haskett, Peg- gy Jacobs. Seventh Row: Gayle Johnston, Patricia Jones, Kat King, Katherine Kochtitzky, Harriet Kremser, Elizabeth McCollum, Cande McNally. First Row: Sherry McNeer, Barbara Nall, Pamela Palmer, Joyce Par- due, Patricia Parman, Rosa Poole, Betty Poteet. Second Row: Deana Pritchard, Neva Rag- land, Cindy Rasberry, Terry Rasberry, Jane Russell, Sharon Scibilia, Scott. Third Row: June Sims, Sandra Stone, Linda Temple, Nancy Ten- eyck, Sheryl Thena, Trudy Tidwell, Charlene Toney. Fourth Row: Toni Toney, Elizabeth Sim- mons Watts, Nancy Lee White, Helen Windham,Vicki Worthington, Janie Young. Not Pictured: Deborah Bartlett, Anne Lind- say. Panhellenic rules girls social events as well as rush- ing techniques. This year has been an eventful one for Senior Panhellenic, under the counselling of Miss Judy Trott, the advisor, they have infused new ideas into sorority life at Ole Miss. Miss Trott and Barbara Cox, President of Pan- hellenic, attended the National Panhellenic Con- ference in Miami Beach, Florida. Other officers went to the Southeastern Conference in Baton Rouge. By sharing views on sorority life, the Ole Miss representatives were able to bring back welcome changes. To the relief of sorority members and rushees alike, the week of rush will be completely different for the coming fall. Rushing will be more relaxed and casual. The colonization of Alpha Xi Delta was a major accomplishment of the year. Panhellenic members held rush for interested girls and gave bids to sixteen charter members. Thus Panhellenic has shown itself to be effective in governing sororities. The officers of Panhellenic are STANDING: Copper Mills, Vice-President; Julia Thornton, Secretary; Laura Ethridge, Treasurer; and SEATED: Barbara Cox, President. Panhellenic members hold discussion off the top of their hat. Panhellenic President, Barbara Cox, gets things straight on the phone. Leading this year ' s lnterfraternity Council are Charles Royals, Vice-President; Bill Gupton, Treasurer; Sammy Walters, Presi- dent; Billy Haik, Recording Secretary; and Bill Watkins, Cor- responding Secretary. The lnterfraternity Council at Ole Miss is designed to regulate and govern the activities of all social fra- ternities on campus. Each fraternity elects two mem- bers to serve on the Council, and the officers are chosen by the entire Council. This group of responsible, undergraduate Greeks meet bi-monthly to discuss the problems of the fraternities as well as the rules and regulations for rush. In addition, the IFC works with the Panhellenic Coun- cil in planning different combined events for the year. They are responsible for dance committees for fra- ternity parties, Greek Week on the Campus, and RECON, a national employment service. The lnterfraternity Council tries to unite the fra- ternities in a spirit of friendly brotherhood, to promote scholarship, and to encourage new fraternities. This year the Greek Week Festivities were the best ever. Held in February, the week featured fratern- ity open parties, competion in sing-song and a free concert featuring Freedom and The Tams. l d- Junior Panhellenic Treasurer, Ann Tucker, and senior member, Sally Nash, look ove the Panhellenic scrapbook. 7 " Who gives a damn about the Panhellenic dress code. " The officers of Junior Panhellenic are: Elaine Kim- brough, Secretary; Becky Armstrong, President; and Bet- ty Ann Robinson, Vice-President. Members of Jr. IFC are LEFT TO RIGHT: Logan Phillips, Lowell Gris- ham, Ralph White, John Rice, Pete Perkins, and Stewart Guernsey. The Junior lnterfraternity Council is composed of delegates from each fraternity pledge class. The Jr. IFC helps prepare these delegates for duties which they may perform later, when they are initiated into their fraternity. This organization tries to perform different projects on campus during the time that they are pledges. This year they had a Christmas party for underprivileged children. They planned to perform some Easter activ- ities as well as help with Greek week. The Junior IFC tries to conduct their business in the same manner as the IFC, thus preparing members for the work which they might do as future IFC mem- bers. They attempt to take part in all campus activ- ities. Mr. Kellum discusses the raffle tickets for Greek Week with Junior Panhellenic members. This year the members of Junior Panehellenic were busy with service projects. At Christmas a Sundae Party in Stewart Dormitory was held for all the soror- ity pledges on campus. Each girl brought a gift for a needy child. Also the members of panhellenic at- tended a speech clinic for retarded children. As usual Junior Panhellenic helped Senior Panhellenic with their projects by conveying the pledges ideas about rush and possible changes to the Senior Pan- hellenic. Junior Panhellenic is enthusiastic and willing to serve all areas of sorority life. This year the Jr. FC demonstrated their devotion by having a Christmas party for underpriviledged children. Officers of Jr. FC are Stewart Guerney, Recording Secretary; Bob Denton, Corresponding Secretary; Logan Phillips, President; Pete Perkins, Treasurer; and Richard Hendricks, Vice-President. Ron Fader and John Rice look over the new plans for the Jr. IFC. The Fraternity Intramural Council, which was begun at Ole Miss in 1935, is composed of a delegate from each fraternity. The Council is responsible for all intramural sports played among the fraternities. They set up the schedules, provide officials for the events, and are available for any protests. The Council is composed of three com- mittees which are the Rules Committee, the Protest and Eligibility Committee, and the Awards and Trophy Committee. The Council sets up competition in football, basketball, and soft- ball as well as tennis, golf, volleyball, bowling, and ping-pong. Each year the exciting football season is blessed with having a beautiful homecoming court, procession, and a crowning of the queen. Officers of this year ' s Intermural Council are Jeff Minor, Sergeant-at-arms; Bodie Catlin, President; George Ricks, Secretary; and Chip Leggett, Treasurer. Phi Tau Pete Lauer goes up against Phi Deli Roger Norman in last year ' s championship game. Mike McMasters prepares to throw the bomb to an SAE brother in the Championship game. SAE pledges learn how to lift and separate. Delta Psi George Ricks secretly approaches SAE Bob Fuchs to break up a pass. David Collins, Editor. Archie Manning deserves a special note for his performance and leadership on the field which has won him much national ac- claim and above all for his modest acceptance of the honors he has received. This red- headed quarterback is adored by every foot- ball fan in the South, mobbed by every kid that sees him play, and placed in high regard by the students at Ole Miss. _.�-.--- �� Coach Vaught is recognized as outstanding among the ranks of college coaches. As the leader of a closely-knit, quality organization, he has produced many fine teams over the years. None is finer than the ' 69 brand Sugar Bowl Champions. Ole Miss football is a tradition which has weathered the wind and rain. Rebel coaches, players, and fans are a special breed, whose image was created in the post war years. In building one of the nation ' s strongest powerhouses, John Howard Vaught (like most people associated with Mississippi), has never received the national credit and respect he deserves. Vaught ' s teams have played twenty-seven television contests, most of which were nation-wide, dating back to a 1952 clash with Georgia Tech in the Sugar Bowl. Vaught ' s twenty-seven seasons, the most logged by any SEC coach, have produced unlimited records and accomplishments. His 1 68-47-12 record places him first among active coaches with twenty years in the ranks. Ole Miss ' thirteen consecutive bowls (1957- 1969) is also a collegiate record. Vaught has chalked up six SEC Championships, the most by any coach in the conference ' s history. The record speaks for it- self. We invite you to study it. labaA Billy " Spook " Murphy ' s mighty Memphis State Tigers who were preseason favorites in the Missouri Valley Conference (whatever that means) departed from Hem- ingway Stadium after absorbing a 28-3 licking, thus ruining another Blue Bengal season. Ole Miss capitalized on the breaks and pushed across four touchdowns. Tiger High made seven more first downs, attempted seventeen more plays, and gained seventy-three more yards. No matter how you twist, turn, and reinterpret the facts, Memphis State could manage only a second quarter field goal. Claude Herard recovered a first period fumble on the Tiger 26. Leon Felts on the pitch rambled to the 15, Manning passed to Floyd Franks for six, Felts carried for four, and Manning swept left end for the season ' s first touchdown. Fred Brister picked off a Tiger screen pass and returned it to the MSU 14. Four plays later Bo Bowen sliced left guard for pay dirt. In the third stanza Manning capped a 56 yard drive by turning right end for three. Chumbler scored from four yards out with only seconds left in the contest. LEFT: With his receivers covered, Tiger quarterback Danny Pierce prepares to eat the football. TOP MIDDLE: Dennis Coleman puts on the rush. BOTTOM MIDDLE: MSU ' s first down attempt is clamped by Buz Morrow. TOP RIGHT: Hap Farber and Fred Brister anticipate the pitchout. BOTTOM RIGHT: Archie makes the quick pitch to Bo Bowen. For the second time in six years Kentucky, a SEC weak sister, knocked Ole Miss from its top ten perch. The alert " Wildcats " cashed in on the mistake-plaqued Rebels in a 10-9 triumph at Stoll Field in Lexington. Rebel defense, tough between the twenties, could only hold off so many UK drives at paydirt. In a Wild- cat first quarter drive the Rebels dug in and starved off seven attempts at the goal from within the ten. A second period 64 yard scamp by Archie Manning, after Jim Poole had earlier booted a 24 yard field goal, ended Rebel scoring as Poole ' s PAT attempt was blocked. Reb fourth quarter offensive efforts were held in check by two lost fumbles, one on the UK 3, and an intercepted Manning aerial. In summing up the Kentucky game Vaught gave an insight into a problem long plaguing Ole Miss, " Ken- tucky didn ' t surprise me, but apparently surprised some of our players. " LEFT: Fagan sails a punt. MIDDLE: Felts high steps through the Kentucky line. TOP RIGHT: Bill Duke breeches into the Rebel backfield for a long gainer. BOTTOM RIGHT: A Wildcat plunges to the OM two. Before a national television audience at Birmingham ' s Legion Field, Alabama ' s Crimson Tide outlasted the Ole Miss Rebels, 33-32, as the clock stopped short a last-ditch Rebel effort. In defeat Archie Manning was simply unbelievable as he completed 33 of 52 passes for 436 yards and also added 104 yards on the ground for a fantastic total of 540 yards. The cool junior quarterback accounted for all 5 scores, as he ran for 3 touchdowns and passed for 2 more. Alabama took the kick-off into the end zone to take a 7-0 lead, but the Rebels moved 74 yards in 10 plays on the next series to tie the score. The Tide scored again with 4 minutes left in the half for a 14- 7 half-time lead. The last half was a wild offensive battle as the Rebs pulled within one, but the key extra-point try was missed. Ole Miss took the lead twice in the fourth quarter before finally bowing 33- 32 as a last effort was stopped by the clock. TOP LEFT: The Red and Blue hold on fourth. BOTTOM LEFT: Manning spots an open receiver. MIDDLE: Archie carries the Tide defense in for a . . RIGHT: TOUCHDOWN! After consecutive heart-breaking losses to Kentucky and Alabama, the Rebels got back into the WIN column at Mississippi Memorial Stadium by upsetting the nationally-ranked Georgia Bulldogs 25-17. Again it was Archie Manning, who led the Rebels to victory as he shook off a neck injury in the second half to bring Ole Miss from behind. Georgia got a big break in the opening minute when a deflected Manning pass was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. The Rebs struck back with a touch- down and a field goal for a 1 0- 7 lead before Cloyce Hinton booted a 59 yard field goal that amazed the 43,000 spectators. The Bulldogs bounced back with their best drive of the day moving 51 yards in 7 plays for a 14-13 half-time lead. The Ole Miss offense came back strong in the second-half with the return of the injured Manning as Felts passed 17 yards for one score and Myers hauled in a 43 yard pass for the final touchdown to put the Rebels back on the winning road. TOP LEFT: No room to be found. BOTTOM LEFT: Larry Thomas discourages hurdling the line. MIDDLE: Jim Poole snags a Manning aerial. RIGHT: Cloyce Hinton toes a record breaking 59-yard field goal. Ole Miss in its second and final visit to the Astro- dome, the Eighth Wonder of the World, was humbled and outscored 25-11 by Houston ' s high-scoring Cougars. It was only Houston ' s third victory over the Rebs in seventeen games, but it was the Cougar ' s second straight. A capacity crowd of 48,000 fans witnessed the slaughter as the Cougars scored in every quarter and threatened more than the score indicated. Manning ' s offense, which mounted only one scoring drive, net- ted only 223 yards against the crushing Houston de- fense, while the Texans, the nation ' s leading offense, compiled 532 yards. Houston capitalized on a Reb fumble on the OM 17 and pushed across the initial score. Cloyce Hinton countered with a 37 yarder. Sporting a 15-3 half- time bulge. Houston ' s defense was penetrated for 73 yards and paydirt on Floyd Frank ' s 1 7-yard reception. The Cougars immediately went to work and increased their 15-11 advantage to ice the game. LEFT: Testing Houston ' s deep backs is futile. TOP RIGHT: Trainer Doc Knight ponders the bleak situation. BOTTOM MID- DLE; Archie barks out a delayed count. BOTTOM RIGHT: Floyd Franks latches on. Walking onto Hemingway Stadium ' s turf proved to be the worst mistake for P.W. " Bear " Underwood in his initial season at Mississippi Teachers College (alias, The University of Southern Mississippi). The Red and Blue could seemingly do no wrong as they waltzed over the Southerners 69-7. The Rebels scored in every legal way—touchdowns (9), PATs (7), field goals (2), and a safety. Cloyce Hinton kicked a 49-yarder and Archie Manning rambled four yards to open Ole Miss ' scoring. Glenn Cannon scampered 36 yards into the end zone with an inter- cepted pass to highlight the second period. Carrying a 29-7 lead to the locker room, the Rebels exploded for twenty-four third quarter points including Buddy Jones ' reception of a 41 yard Shug Chumbler pass. In the final stanza Paul Dongieux blocked a USM punt and Crowell Armstrong carried the loose ball 25 yards. Gerald Havard went in from 55 yards and Allen LeBlanc dropped a Southerner in the end zone to close the scoring. TOP LEFT: Hardy High attempts to fall on an Ole Miss fumble. BOTTOM LEFT: Paul Dongieux blocks a USM punt. TOP MID- DLE: Allen Le Blanc drops Southern for another big loss. BOT- TOM MIDDLE: Dongieux sprea ds fear in " Bear " Underwood ' s squad. RIGHT: Riley Myers can ' t find the handle. Fighting back from an 11 point deficit, Archie and the Rebs shattered LSU ' s hopes for a perfect season with an electrifying 26-23 victory. The Ole Miss de- fense was brilliant in the second-half, but once again the spotlight went to Archie Manning, who scored three touchdowns, threw for another one, and hit on 22 of 36 passes for 210 yards. The nationally-ranked Tigers scored one touchdown and three field goals in the first half for a 16-12 halftime lead. LSU took the second-half kick-off in for a touchdown for a seemingly unsurmountable 23-12 lead, but Super-Arch was just getting his arm un- limbered. He drove the Rebels in for a score on the next series to trim the Tiger lead to five points. The Ole Miss defense then forced an LSU fumble at the Tiger 23 yard line and Manning went back to work again and dove into the end-zone for the winning points. UPPER LEFT: The Rebel offensive machine. BOTTOM LEFT: All SEC Hap Farber holds on. MIDDLE: Worthy McClure (73), Skip Jernigan (63), and Wimpy Winther (52) made our interior line the SEC ' s best. UPPER RIGHT: Vernon Studdard on the receiving end of a scrambling touchdown pass by Archie. BOT- TOM RIGHT: No stopping Manning. Taking a well-deserved rest, Ole Miss let the de- fense do the work for a change and coasted to a 21-0 win at Hemingway Stadium over the scrappy Chattanooga Moccasins. Although missing five field goals, the Rebs rolled with ease by the MOC ' s, scor- ing touchdowns in each of the first three quarters. Reliable Archie Manning drove the Rebels 79 yards in 11 plays on the second Ole Miss possession with Bo Bowen scoring from two yards out. In the second quarter Manning himself went a yard through the mid- dle after a 16 yard run by Randy Reed to make the score 14-0. At this point, second-string quarterback Shug Chambler took over for Manning and engineered the last score of the day set up by a 41 yard toss to Floyd Franks. It was a day of records as the Rebels ran a total of 98 plays and Franks set a school record for career yardage on pass receptions and tied the career reception mark of 70. UPPER LEFT: Felts is met with determined opposition. BOT- TOM LEFT: It ' s graceful, but futile. MIDDLE: Holding on for life Preston Carpenter fights to break a tackle. UPPER RIGHT: Larry Togerson applies ample pressure. LOWER RIGHT: Shug Chumbler drops back to unleash the bomb. As has happened so many times since World War the Ole Miss Rebels have once again defeated its cross state rivals. State College, the armpit of America, provided the 1969 setting as a near capacity crowd at Scott Field endured the typically bleak weather to witness the 48-22 onslaught executed by the Sugar Bowl bound Rebels. A M ' s All-Sec quarterback Tommy Pharr and flanker David Smith teamed for three periods to keep the Golden Egg ' s possession in doubt. Maroon Coach Charlie Shira ' s decision to keep quarterback Joe Reed, Neck Hero of their only significant victory, on the bench and a total lack of depth combined to cause the Dogs to let their loyal alumni down once again. Senior Bo Bowen ' s nineteen carries for 149 yards, Archie Manning ' s resourceful quarterbacking, and Bill Jones ' spirited defensive work, including a 12 yard scamp with an intercepted pass, keyed the Rebel vic- tory. Manning ' s 48 yard bomb to Vernon Studdard put the game on ice giving Ole Miss a 28-14 fourth quarter lead. " Yeah, but wait till next year! " LEFT: Buz Morrow limits Neck Lynn Zeringue to one yard. TOP CENTER: Continuing his no Litter, David Smith.(1 1) con- templates his date with State ' s (only) good-looking coed, a " W " transfer. BOTTOM CENTER: Tommy Pharr trips over a turnip at midfield. TOP RIGHT: " I guess Necks ought to know what its like to be a big fish in a little pond. " BOTTOM RIGHT: How do I get a head in this man ' s game? Tennessee, nationally ranked and undefeated, met the immovable object before a record crowd of 47,200 in the sunny, but cold Mississippi Memorial Stadium. Ole Miss mastered every phase of the game while thundering to a 38-0 triumph. " We stuck it straight at them, " steamed Randy Reed whose 85 yards combined with Bo Bowen ' s 104 yards destroyed the Vol ' s dreams. Before the first quarter was over the Red and Blue had tacked 21 points on the scoreboard. Archie Manning ' s one yard sneak capped a game opening 83-yard drive and Randy Reed ' s recovery of a Manning fumble in the end zone supplied six more points. Cloyce Hinton ' s 42-yard second period field goal hit the cross bar and bounced over. The confrontation between All-American linebacker Steve Kiner and Archie Manning came off, but to the point of embarrassment for Kiner who stated after the game, " . . . what do they have? Not much more than the satisfaction of beating us. " Left to right: UPPER LEFT: " The Defense " —Coleman, Herard, Brister, Thomas, Morrow and Farber. UPPER RIGHT: The Vols defensive line which is headed by All-American Steve Kiner (57) only al- lowed thirty-eight points to Ole Miss. BOTTOM LEFT: Bo Bowen takes it in from seven for the final score. RIGHT: Randy Reed picks up three tough yards. m a r n Before 82,500 spectators at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, the Ole Miss Rebels rode the super right arm of Archie Manning to a 27-22 victory over the third-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks. Manning was an overwhelming pick for Most Valuable Player as he com- pleted 21 of 35 passes for 273 yards and added 39 more on the ground for a total offense of 312 yards. The Rebels struck twice in the first quarter on a 69 yard run by Bowen and an 18 yard sprint by Manning. After a Razorback score, Cloyce Hinton countered for the Red and Blue with a Sugar Bowl record 52 yard field goal and minutes later Manning connected with Studdard for a 30 yard touchdown toss to give the Rebs a 24-6 lead. A determined Razorback team fought back in the second-half to melt the Ole Miss lead to 27-22 and only the sterling defensive play of All-American Safety Glenn Cannon saved the Rebels. Cannon personally stopped the last two Arkansas drives as he broke up three consecutive passes on one series and forced Pig Chuck Dicus to fumble (on the last Arkansas possession) to insure the Rebel win. TOP LEFT: Montgomery rallies Arkansas in the final period. BOTTOM LEFT: Glenn Cannon . . . Victory! BOTTOM MID- DLE: " Don ' t everyone just stand around, Help! " TOP RIGHT: Cloyce Hinton pads the Rebel lead. BOTTOM RIGHT: " How sweet it is! " 269 rebe cagers Robert " Cob " Jarvis ' 1969-70 Ole Miss basketball team accomplished con- siderably more than their 10-15 record showed. The Rebel roundballers, picked to finish in the cellar of the SEC, captured the Senior Bowl Classic and per- iodically flexed its muscles in conference warfare. Departed from the previous season were the Rebels ' two top scorers and rebounders, plus much of the bench strength. After a series of expected early December setbacks the Rebs carried a 1-4 record into the Bayou Classic. Ole Miss, upsetting a tough SW Louisiana 89-77, was handed a 73-88 defeat in the championship by Kentucky Wesleyan, the defending NCAA small college champs. The Senior Bowl Classic provided valuable experience as the maturing Rebs clipped undefeated Valparaiso 80-77 and South Alabama 80-61 to capture the crown. Opening the new year on the road, SEC champion Kentucky battled from a point second half deficit to beat Mississippi 95-73.Once beaten Tennessee fell 59-57 in overtime on Bruce Rich ' s 15-footer. Before returning home for exams Ole Miss came from eleven down with nine minutes re- maining to cripple Mississippi State 58-57 at the " Cow Palace " on Cecil Jones ' last second tip of a missed charity toss. During the semester break Georgia came from behind to edge the Red and Blue 84-96, while Florida was handed a 79-77 setback. By beating Vandy 83-80 the Rebels broke a four game losing streak and copped their first victory in Nashville since 1954. The Rebs out hustled the Maroon Necks 57-55 in a televised fracas. Ron Coleman outshot Pete Maravich 38 to 35, but LSU raced to a 103-90 victory before 9,100 spectators, the largest crowd to witness a basketball ' game in the Magnolia State. Closing out the season at the Rebeldome, the red hot Rebels flooded the Tide 93-83 and were on the verge of an upset victory over Auburn, only to have it snatched away on a last second tip-in. Coleman fakes, jumps, hesitates, hooks . . . good. TOP LEFT: Pistol Pete misses again. TOP RIGHT: Jim Farr grabs an offensive rebound over Apple Sanders. MIDDLE LEFT: Charles Ward eyes the Kentucky defense. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ward applies the brakes. BOTTOM LEFT: Lock Ross gets the opening tip. BOTTOM RIGHT: Sur- rounded by Tigers, Ross tips it in. TOP LEFT: Cecil Jones ' two-hander hits bottom. TOP MIDDLE: Tom Butler shoots from long range. TOP RIGHT: Dwaine Boucher ' s hook is blocked, but fouled. BOTTOM LEFT: Bruce Rich drives on goal. MIDDLE: Charlie Ward ties up a Tiger. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jones waits on Farr ' s pick. Hoping to impress 2,500 fans and dozens of high school prospects visiting " The University, " the Ole Miss freshman football team, coached by Eddie Craw- ford, closed its winless season by proving of what they were made. Arch rival Mississippi State thrashed the embarrassed Baby Rebs 51-0. The invading LSU Tigers, the first of five con- secutive losses, fought from behind in the fourth quarter to stage a 16-8 triumph. Successive road losses to Alabama (13-6) and Auburn (7-6) followed. The Baby Rebs scored on a first period fumble re- covery and held back Auburn ' s threats until Rett Davis, son of former Mississippi State head coach and Ole Miss football star, pulled in a last minute 75-yard paydirt pass. Vanderbilt tripped the and Blue 20-14 at Ox- ford setting the stage for the Neck invasion. The fired-up Maroons were not planning on taking lightly any chance of defeating Ole Miss. The Rebs completed only 14 of 43 passes for 123 yards, netted minus six yards rushing, and had four passes intercepted. It wasn ' t supposed to be a lean year. RIGHT: Vandy ' s freshmen keep those Rebels down. TOP LEFT: Plugging a hole. BOTTOM LEFT. Coach Eddie Crawford signals changes to the Rebel defense. BOTTOM RIGHT: The form is good, but is it complete? The 1970 Ole Mis s freshman basketball team coached by Al Rochelle and varsity graduate Jerry Brawner, proving to be the finest freshmen ever assembled at " The University, " compiled a superlative 23-1 record. Scoring ten victories over SEC opposition, the Baby Rebels defeated Mississippi State (91-74, 104-89, and 90-76), LSU (110-88 and 117-85), Vanderbilt (102-86 and 81-71(, Auburn (99-85 and 101-91), and Alabama (117-99). The Rebs only loss came on a 122-131 controversial setback by the Bama frosh at Tuscaloosa. Other wins were recorded over NE Jr. College (3), Arkansas State (2), Phillips College (2), NW Jr. Col- lege (2), Delta State (2), and Memphis State (2). The Rebel freshmen, who averaged 105 points per game, topped the century mark on 15 occasions. Johnny Neumann, who connected on 49 percent of his fielders, tallied 38 points per game followed by Dave Rhodes ' 17, Red Smith ' s 15, Danny Gunn ' s 14, Buddy Rawlings ' 11, Steve Strickland ' s 9, and Bill Newman ' s 5 points per contest. Also seeing action were Jack McKenzie, John Hufft, and Ervin Robertson. TOP LEFT: Danny Gunn applies the brakes behind Buddy Raw- lings ' screen. TOP RIGHT: Red Smith jumping for two. MIDDLE: The 1970 Rebel frosh include (left to right) Jack McKenzie, Bill Newman, Dave Rhodes, Johnny Neumann, Red Smith, Buddy Rawlings, Steve Strickland, Danny Gunn, John Hufft, and Ervin Robertson. BOTTOM: Controlling the offensive board Neumann tips for two points. Tom Swayze, NCAA District III Coach of the Year, led his 1969 Ole Miss Baseballers further in national compe- tition than any SEC team except for the 1956 Rebels. Picked to finish third in the four team Western Division of the SEC, the Rebs not only won the Western Division and over-all SEC Championship, but also claimed the NCAA District III Title, which entitled the Rebels to compete in the national playoffs in Omaha, Nebraska. The early chart showed five wins against three losses before the Red and Blue took off to the National College Tournament in California. At Riverside, the Rebs produced a meager 2-5 mark, but the classy competition primed them for up-coming SEC games. Mississippi State, the first to feel the Rebel sting, was mauled in three campus games. LSU was conquered twice at Baton Rouge. The Rebels returned home to split two with Alabama. The Red and Blue buckled down in the stretch by taking two of three from LSU and sweeping three from Alabama. Home runs provided the margin as Ole Miss clubbed Florida 8-2 and 4-1 for the Sec Championship. The District III Title proved to be the high water mark as the Rebs could muster only one win before bowing out at Omaha. Seni or Ed McLarty and sophomore Whitey Adams hit .3402 and .340 respectively. Adams ' nine homers were closely fol- lowed by senior Lee Moore ' s eight round trippers. Junior John Shaw ' s twenty-two stolen bases and sophomore Archie Manning ' s eighteen thefts sparked the Rebel scoring punch. Top moundsmen were juniors Buddy Bowen (7-2), Fred Setser (5-4), Bobby Cain (2-1), Kenny Kauerz (3-2), Charlie Williams (4-1), and senior Joe Musgrave (4-2). Coach Swayze contemplates a Rebel pitching change. Season Record 27-15 UM-Opponent Delta State (H) 2-6 Southern Mississippi (H) 7-4 Southern Mississippi (H) 4-3 Kansas State (H) 7 s. Kansas State (H) 9-3 Kansas State (H) 4-11 Kansas State (H) 10-0 Tennessee (H) 8-5 Indiana 11-13 Illinois 5-8 Southern Cal 6-7 Brigham Young 0-5 UC, Riverside 13-7 UCLA 2-5 Delaware 5-3 Mississippi State (H) 4-0 Mississippi State (H) 2-1 Mississippi State (H) 4-3 LSU (A) 7-3 LSU (A) 4-1 Arkansas State (H) 8-3 Arkansas State (H) 5-4 Alabama (H) 1-4 Alabama (I-1) 12-1 LSU (H) 2-0 LSU (H) 2-3 LSU (H) 6-1 Birmingham-Southern (H) 11-1 Alabama (A) 2-1 Alabama (A) 8-0 Alabama (A) 3-2 Mississippi State (A) 0-2 Mississippi State (A) 5-11 Mississippi State (A) 3-10 Florida (H) 8-2 Florida (A) 4-1 Virginia Tech $ 7-6 North Carolina $ 6-5 North Carolina $ 5-2 NYU $$ 3-8 So. Illinois $$ 8-1 Texas $$ 1-14 National College Tournament " SEC Championship $ NCAA District III Playoff $$ College World Series TOP LEFT: John Shaw singles sharply to left. TOP RIGHT: Pitcher Buddy Bowen prepares to scream one. BOTTOM LEFT: Rebel center fielder Kenny Oakley slides determinedly into third. BOTTOM CENTER: Swayze. BOTTOM RIGHT: M. A. McCoy puts stop- pers on a Bama scoring threat. TOP: 1969 Rebel Baseball Team Members are from the left. BOTTOM ROW: Assistant Coach Charlie Williams, Ward Brister, Buddy Bowen, Mike Greenich, Bobby Cain, Kenny Oakley, Eric Duncan, Keith Welsh, and John Shaw. SECOND ROW: Graduate Assistant Coach Grafton Moore, Jim lzard, Whitey Adams, M. A. McCoy, Tommy Magee, Ken Wilkinson, Eddie McLarty, and Fred Setser. BACK ROW: Joe Musgrave, Ron Coleman, Charlie Williams, Lee Moore, Archie Manning, Mike Friday, Kenny Kauerz, Tom Iseminger, Riley Myers, and Coach Swayze. (Not pictured: Bobby Wade) LEFT: Mooney patiently awaits another strike. ABOVE: A round tripper for Archie. TOP: Ole Miss Golf Team. FRONT ROW, From Left: Bobby Day, Johnny Andres, Bill Lovelady, and Neal Lovelady. TOP ROW, From Left: Assistant Coach Don Fruge, Bobby Temple, Allan Hovious, and Jim Stahnke. (Not pictured-Chuck Webb). BOTTOM: Utmost concentration is needed in practice as Bobby Day diligently studies the lay of the green. Coach Ray Poole, serving in his first year as Ole Miss golf tutor, guided the 1969 Rebels to a successful season by posting a 5-3 match slate. Having served as golf coach for 21 seasons, Coach " Junie " Hovious stepped down after leading Ole Miss golf to numerous milestones. The Rebel linksmen placed sixth in both the Van Hook Invitational and the Buckhaults In- vitational, finished fifteenth in the Louisiana State Invitational, seventh in the SEC Tourna- ment, and second in the Mississippi Inter- collegiate. The 1969 season was the first time in five years the Red and Blue had not capped the top honors in Mississippi. Missis- sippi State fought off the Rebels to register a two stroke victory. The Rebs were 4-0 in dual meets with Mis- souri, NORTH Dakota, Illinois Wesleyan, and Vanderbilt. In the first of the two triangular matches, the Rebels were downed by Memphis State and Mississippi State, but rebounded in defeating Alabama and placed one stroke behind Memphis State in a campus match. 1969 Ole Miss Tennis proved to be another season in which the Rebels defeated the comparable opposition, but couldn ' t match the prowess of SEC schools who give scholarships. The netmen ' s 9-6 dual match record included wins over Auburn, Southern Mississippi, Southwestern (2), Millsaps (2), Mississippi College (2), and Birmingham Southern. Alabama, Memphis State, Vandy, Kentucky, LSU, and Birmingham Southern accounted for Rebel losses. Coach John Cain ' s squad entered three tournaments, plac- ing fifth in a seventeen team field at the USM Invitational, third in the Mississippi Intercollegiate on campus, and tenth in the SEC Tournament. Great effort and perseverance were shown by the ' 69 Rebel Netters (Bill Hester, Erskine Wells, Ronnie Johnson, Brian Safian, Fred McGonagill, and Sammy Walters), but only scholarships will lift the Ole Miss tennis program to the forefront of the SEC. TOP: Erskin Wells is jammed by a smashing serve. BOTTOM, Left to Right: Sammy Walter and Erskine Wells combine for a doubles match victory. Ole Miss ' rejuvenated track program took another step toward becoming an esteemed team, as Wes Knight ' s 1969 squad placed first in three of five relays: the Mississippi Intercollegiate, the Southern Relays, and the Brownsville Relays. In the Browns- ville event the Rebels outdistanced a strong Memphis State squad. Knight ' s Thinclads placed third in a tough field in the Memphis Relays. In the SEC Meet at Knoxville the Rebs found competition too tough as they placed ninth. The Rebels smashed Vanderbilt in Nashville for their lone dual meet victory. Losses were handed Ole Miss by Alabama, Mississippi State, and Arkansas State. The campus meet with Arkansas State saw nine Turner Track Records broken. TOP LEFT: Dickie King stretches out the final turn in the 440 yard relay. TOP RIGHT: Roger Fuller presses Arkansas State on the 120 yard high hurdles. BOTTOM: 1969 Rebel Track Team. FRONT ROW, From Left: Doug Blackwell, Al Lofton, Bill Caldwell, Ricky Lenoir, Dickie King, and Tommy Hodge. STANDING, From Left: Coach " Doc " Knight, Russ Neely, Jim Hadley, Jim Miller, Richard Casey, and David Fussell. Dave Fussell leads the pack. The 1969 Ole Miss cross country team coached by Jim Gray went undefeated in seven dual meets, suc- cessfully defended its Mississippi Intercollegiate title, and placed a surprising third in the Southeastern Con- ference Meet at Birmingham. The fall of 1967 marked the beginning of cross country competition at Ole Miss and the Rebel harriers placed fifth in the SEC Meet. The following season the Red and Blue swarmed to an unbelievable runner- up spot in the conference championship. Dave Fussell, holder of the University course record (19:46), Jeff Green, Richard Cassey, Jim King, Danny Craig, Kenny Blandfore, David Russell, and Calvin Flemming were instrumental in the Rebs successful season. Another fine finish for Fussell. winner, President, John C. Love Vice-President, Lee T. Cossar The University of Mississippi Alumni Association has made great strides since its first recorded meeting on September 16, 1853. In 1867 the Alumni Soci ety of Ole Miss become known as the Alumni Association and regular annual meetings were begun. In June, 1924, Mr. J. K. Hamm was elected the first Alumni Secretary. The present Alumni House, financed by contributions of the Alumni of Ole Miss and a revenue bond, was presented to the university on October 20, 1950. An expanding facility to keep up with increased needs and a full time staff have caused the Alumni Association, with a membership of over ten thousand, to become a vital part of the program at the Uni- versity. New officers are installed each year at Home- coming, the busiest time of the year for the Alumni Association. The gathering place for Rebel Alumni on crisp, Autumn Saturday Mornings. District One Frank A. Riley, Tupelo N. S. Sweat, Jr., Corinth Dr. Bobby F. King, luka Dr. Robert S. Caldwell, Tupelo District Two S. B. Thomas, Greenville Dr. James 0. Gilmore, Oxford Robert E. Bobo, Jr., Bobo George T. Rodgers, Benoit District Three William B. Harlan, Jackson Crawford Mims, Vicksburg Robert Y. Love, Jackson Dr. J. Dan Mitchell, Jackson Dictrict Four W. E. McIntyre, Brandon H. F. McCarty, Jr., Magee Henry J. Fiar, Louisville Tally D. Riddell, Quitman District Five W. E. Jones, Laurel Donald C. Munro, Biloxi Dr. John M. McRae, Jr., Laurel Robert L. Warner, Waveland State-at-Large Mrs. Sherri F. Shipp, Jackson Mrs. Jimmie N. Cook, Clinton John Armstrong, Hazlehurst E. B. Favre, Mississippi City Aston Holley, Oxford Joe Lauderdale, Hernando Thomas N. Turner, Jr., Belzoni Tracy Lusk, Oxford Billy W. Elkins, Hattiesburg James A. Pittman, Kosciusko W. E. Wilroy, Jr., Hernando Charles Jacobs, Cleveland Lucien Gwin, Jr., Natchez Dr. Paul H. Moore, Pascagoula C. Eugene McRoberts, Jackson Perry Egger, Clinton Luck Wing, Sledge J. W. Barksdale, Ill, Jackson Robert Guyton, Jackson David W. Arnold, Yazoo City George Thornton, Kosciusko Maurice Dantin, Columbia Out-of-State Harold F. Huggins, South Euclid, Ohio Emmett Marston, Memphis, Tenn. Frank G. Potts, Montgomery, Ala Eddie M. Brignac, New Orleans, La 2 Charles H. Barineau, Jr., Houston, Tx. 2 G. Bart DeLashmet, Atlanta, Ga. 2 Oren W. Russell, Baton Rouge, La. 3 Lee A. Hyde, Jr., Memphis, Tenn. 3 H. Erskin Bonds, Jr., Nashville, Tenn 3 Ex Officio Members - General Billy H. Quin Vicksburg W. E. Wilroy Hernando Dr. Howard A. Nelson Greenwood 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 Gulfport R. Baxter Wilson Jackson Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale Carl McKellar Columbus S. Lyle Bates Jackson Sam P. Carter Quitman Frank E. Everett, Jr. Vicksburg 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 Ex Officio Members - Medical Dr. Wendell Holmes McComb Dr. E. E. Ellis Laurel Dr. T. E. Wilson Jackson Dr. W. E. Caldwell Baldwyn Dr. W. E. Lotterhos Jackson Ex Officio Members - Law Charles Fair Louisville James N. Ogden Mobile, Ala. Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale William Winter Jackson Hugh N. Clayton New Albany Ex Officio Members - Nursing Mrs. Betty A. Lowe Jackson Miss Betty Preston Jackson Mrs. Lucy Thompson Jackson Mrs. Yvonne P. Bertolet Vidalia, La. Mrs. Janella M. Evers Jackson Ex Officio Members-Engineering Baxter 0. Elliott, Jr. Oxford John C. Hudson, Jr. Sardis C. Edmonson Jones Jackson Ex Officio Members - Pharmacy Eddie Lee Indianola William E. Farlow Jackson R. Clinton Johnson, Jr Leland William S. Griffin James N. Butler Chester H. Curtis William Price Alumni Director Alumni Secretary Athletic Representative Medical Alumni Secretary Witey Adams John Aldridge Elmer Allen Crowell Armstrong Kenny Blanford Joe Blount Bo Bowen Cliff Booth Dave Bridgers Freddie Brister Van Brown Bob Burke Tom Butler Bill Caldwell Glenn Cannon Richard Casey Shug Chumbler Billy Coker Ron Coleman Robert D aniels Penny Deaton Paul Dongieux Kenny Dykes Billy Erb Terry Estes Julian Fagan Brad Farber Steve Farese Freddy Farmer Don Farrar Leon Felts Floyd Franks Mike Friday Roger Fuller Dave Fussell John Gilliland Dabney Graves Mike Greenich Miller Hartzog Gerald Havard Scooter Havard Ray Heidel Claude Herard Cloyce Hinton Danny Hooker Jeff Horne Cuz Hovious Tom lseminger Ronnie Johnson Bill Jones Buddy Jones Cecil Jones Charlie Kelly Dickie King Jim King Mickey King Perry King Bob Knight Paul Kosco Allen LaBlanc Al Loftin George Lotterhos Bill Lovelady Tommy Magee Archie Manning Doug May Ronnie Miller Adam Mitchell Buz Morrow Herman Mosby Mac McClure M.A. McCoy Composed of athletes who have earned a varsity letter in an intercollegiate sport, the Ole Miss " M " Club strives to promote interest and enthusiasm for all of the sports in the Rebel Athletic curriculum. Each prospective member must endure the " traditional " invitation to join its fold. Selection of the Queen ' s Court during Homecoming, the sponsorship of the All-American " M " Club Scholar- ship, supervision of the Red-Blue spring intersquad game, and periodical fund raising car washes are the " M " Club ' s beneficial projects. During this period of Athletic prowess and sports domination over " The Necks " , the Ole Miss " M " can be worn with a high quality of pride. Much respect and tradition has been gained for the athletic partici- pants at Mississippi ' s only " University " . Russ Neely Wyck Neely Bill Overdyke Joe Sam Owen Jim Poole Randy Reed Dave Roberts Warren Rogers Locke Ross Fred Setser John Shaw Mike Shumaker Bobby Temple Larry Thomas Larry Torgerson Billy VanDevender Jimmy Walliw Charlie Ward Keith Welsh Kent Wilber Murray Williams Charlie Williams Bobby Winstead Wimpy Winther ABOVE: 1970 " M " Club Sweetheart . . Carolyn Guice. RIGHT: " M " Club President Glenn Cannon is flanked (left to right) by his officers Charlie Ward, Bill Caldwell, and Joe Blount. a t vl ir Hap Farber, Senior, ALL-SEC Defensive End. Whitey Adams, Sophomore, ALL-SEC Third Baseman. Ron Coleman, Senior, ALL-SEC Guard. Glen Cannon, Senior, ALL-SEC and All-American Safety. Archie Manning, Junior, ALL-SEC Quar- terback. Ed McCarty, Senior, ALL-SEC First Baseman. a Classes Section Editor: Sammy Moon Advertising Section Editor: Mike McDonald First Row: THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, JR. Okolona, Law III. HASSAN Y. ABOUL-ENEIN, University, Graduate II. KEITH SELWYN AGENT, Meridian, Pharmacy V. GREG KEITH ALEX, Wash- ington D.C., Graduate II. ANTHONY ALFONSO, JR., Tampa Ha., LAW I. Second Row: SYLVIA FERNANDEZ ALFONSO, Tampa Fla., Graduate I. TERREL LEE ALGOOD, Louisville, Pharmacy V. LYNDA LOUISE ALLEN, Jackson, Graduate I. ELZEY JOE AR- LEDGE, JR., Philadelphia, Graduate I, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES SIDNEY ARMSTRONG, Hazelhurst, Law II. Third Row: EDDY DEAN ARNOLD, Corinth, Pharmacy V. JAMES H. ARNOLD, JR., Thomastown, Graduate II. MANOHAR LAL ARORA, Baraut India, Graduate II. WILLIAM ERNEST AUSTIN, Winona, Pharmacy V. PAUL MARION BADDOUR, Memphis Tenn., Law III. Fourth Row: BILLY McARTHUR BAGWELL, New Albany, Graduate I. MIRZA PERVAIZ BAIG, Hyderabad 20 India, Braduate I. ROBERT WALTER BAILEY, Meridian, Law II. HARRIS HASTINGS BARNES, Oxford, Law I. JON M. BARNWELL, Greenwood, Law II. Fifth Row: CHARLES SAMUEL BEARDSLEY, Auburn N.Y., Law III. DAVID AUGUSTUS BEHRENS, Broadway Va., Graduate I. RICHARD LARRY BENNETT, Brownsville Tenn., Graduate I. EUGENE SEXTON BERRY, New Hebron, Law I. JOHN EDWIN BEVELIAQUE, Helena Ark., Graduate I. Sixth Row: VALENTINE W. BIDDEN, JR., Richmond Va., Law III. HERBERT W. BIGGS, Jackson, Law III. THOMAS EARL BILBO, Moss Point, Graduate II. RONALD FRED BLACK- BURN, University, graduate II. GEORGE R. BLACKMAN, Frankfort Maine, Law III. Seventh Row: ELIZABETH M. BOBO, Senatobia, Graduate I. ROBERT PAUL BOGGS, University, Pharmacy V. FRANK C. BOONE, JR.. Meridian. Pharmacy V. WILLIAM M. BOST, JR., Starkville, Law III. BILLY BURTON BOWMAN, Greenwood, Law III. Eighth Row: MARY PERKINS BOWMAN, Greenwood, Graduate I. JOE ALISTER BRADY, JR., Jackson, Law III. EILEEN PARKER BRANCH, Nashville Tenn., Graduate I. LYLE POSTON BRANCH, Alamo Tenn., Pharmacy V. MARTHA ELISE BRANDOM, Oxford, Graduate I. Ninth Row: HUGH EDWARD BRAZIL, Greenville, Graduate I. VERA JANE BREWER, Union, Pharmacy V. JIMMY DICKSON BRINSON, Jackson, Pharmacy V. CALVIN COTTEN BRIS- TER, Oxford, Graduate II. FRANCES DIANNE BROWN, Meridian, Graduate I. First Row: CHARLES BRUCE, Oxford, Graduate I. GEORGE ALLAN BURDOCK, University, Graduate I. FRANCIS GERALD BUR- NETT, Meridian, law I, Pi Kappa Alpha. SOLEDAD AL- MAGRO CAMPOS, Mala Ga Spain, Graduate I. BENEDICT CHARNG-AN CHANG, Taipei Taiwan China, Graduate I. Second Row: CHIO-YING CALLI CHANG, University, Graduate I. SIMON SHENG CHANG, Taiwan China, Graduate I. SAILENDRA NATH CHATTERJEE, University, Graduate, II. CHERN JULIE CHEN, Taiwan China, Graduate I. PAUL MILTON CHILDERS, Wheeler, Law I. Third Row: SAMMY MING CHOW, Clarksdale, Pharmacy V. JOHN W. CHRISTOPHER, Oxford, Law II. SHU-HONG CHU, Oxford, Graduate I. ANSON BOB CHUNN, Oxford, Law III. CHARLES LUPER CLARK, University, Law III. Fourth Row: ROGER TRAVIS CLARK, Oxford, Law III. HUGH CARTER CLAYTON, New Albany, Law III. RONALD WAYNE CLEM- MER, Ripley, Pharmacy V. THOMAS L. COCKRELL, Uni- versity, Law III. Fifth Row: JAMES FLTON COMER, Fulton, Pharmacy V. WILLIAM PATRICK CONDON, Greenville, Pharmacy V. NANCY ELIZ- ABETH CONE, Ina Bena, Graduate I. CAROL RUTH CON- WAY, Vicksburg, Graduate I, Chi Omega. CAROL COOK, University, Graduate I. First Row: MICHAEL DALE COOKE, Tupelo, Law III. RICHARD WYATT COPELAND, Pompano Beach Fla„, Law I. AL PAULTHENIA COTTON, Kosciusko, Graduate I. DAVID LESTER CRAIG, Essex, Graduate I. MARIAN COX CRAW- FORD, University, Graduate I. Second Row: FERDINAND P. CRIBBS, JR., Sumner, Law III. WILLIAM M. DALEHITE, JR., Oxford, Law I. BHAGWAN DAS DAS- hairya, University, Graduate IV. HAR DAYAL, Birthua India, Graduate II. JIMMY GLEN DEDEAUX, Gulfport, Law III, Phi Kappa Psi. Third Row: JUDITH LOVE DEDEAUX, University, Graduate I. JAG- DISH CHANDRA DHAWAN, University, Graduate II. GUO- TSUEN M. DING, University, Graduate I. SHU-MING HU DING, University, Graduate III. BRUCE HUBERT DIXON, Carthage, Pharmacy V, Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: WILLIAM PEYTON DODSON, Jackson, Law III. ANGELO JOHN DORIZAS, Jackson, Law III. GARY DALE DREN- NAN, Hattiesburg, Pharmacy V. DOUGLAS RATCLIFFE DUKE, Natchez, Law III. YAMIL E. SOUSA DUTRA, University, Graduate I. Fifth Row: WILLIAM DENVER ESHEE, JR., University, Law III. MARY ALICE EUBANKS, Ruleville, Graduate I. GEORGE Q. EVANS, Vicksburg, Law III. TAGHI FARAHI, Khox Azar Iran, Graduate I. RAYMOND OLIVER FARREY, University, Graduate I. Sixth Row: ROY S. FARRIS, Mountain Home Ark., Graduate II. JAMES LLOYD FLIPPIN, University, Graduate I. REBECCA ANN FLOYD, Sardis, Law II. WILLIAM ALTON FLYNT, JR., Collins, Pharmacy V. CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH FORET, Metairie La., Graduate II. Seventh Row: RICHARD L. FORMAN, Meadville, Law MARGARET LUETTA FORRESTER, University, Graduate I. ROBERT SHARP FORSTER, Guatemala City, Law III. REBECCA ANN FOWLER, Tuscumbia Ala. Graduate I. DON LUIS FRUGE, Meridian, Law III, Sigma Ala., Eighth Row: JOSEPH PAUL FUCHS, Sikeston Mo., Law III. NORA L. F. FUCHS, Sikeston Mo., Graduate I. BABULAL VIRJI GALA, Bombay India, Graduate I. JAMES B. GALLOWAY, Gulfport, Law II, Sigma Nu. ALBERT JEAN GAMOT, Oxford, Law III. Ninth Row: DEWEY DUANE GARNER, Oxford, Graduate IV. JO ANNE GIBSON, Jackson, Graduate II. THOMAS M. GRAF, Gulf- port, Graduate I. RICARDO OSWALDO GUERRERO, Tulcan Ecuador, Graduate I. FREIDA SHARON GUNN, Ellisville, Law I. First Row: VAN DOUGLAS GUNTER, Natchez, Law III. JAMES WAT- KINS HADDOCK, Philadelphia, Law II, Sigma Nu. LINDA MATTHEWS HAIMES, Oxford, Graduate I. TERRY MI- CHAEL HAIMES, Oxford, Law II. HENDERSON STRAIN HALL, JR., Grenada, Law I. Second Row: JAU-TSENG HALL, Taipei China, Graduate I. EDWIN CHESTER HARDIN, Moss Point, Law II. BRYAN HARPER, Meridian, Law III. MARY LILLIAN HARRIS, Columbus, Graduate I. MICHAEL G. HARRISON, Heidelberg, Grad- uate I. Third Row: FRED REID HARWELL, Ellisville, Pharmacy V. ANTHONY JOSEPH HAUEISEN, Sayre Pa., Law I. KANAHYA LAL HEMMNANI, Naskiroad India, Graduate II. EMMA KAY HENTZ, Batesville, Graduate I. JAMES MALCOLM HETH- COX, Petal, Pharmacy V. Fourth Row: BARBARA ANN HILBURN, Corinth, Graduate I. HAROLD EX HILL, Greenwood, Graduate II. JOHN HURD HILL, University, Law II. ROBERT EDWARD HILTON, Greenwood, Law II, WALTER THEODORE HITCHCOCK, Fernandina Beach Fla., Graduate II. Fifth Row: THOMAS CHARLES HOGAN, Meridian, Law III. ROBERT DAVID HOGUE, Walnut Grove, Pharmacy V. RONALD LEROY HOLMAN, Hiawatha Kansas, Graduate I. CYNTHIA JUNE HORN, Lucedale, Law II. JAMES CLAY HOSKINS, Starkville, Law III. First Row: CHARLES HOWARD HOWELL, University, Graduate I. SONG YONG HSU, University, Graduate II. CARSON McCLAIN HUGHES, Charleston, Law I, Sigma Nu. MI- CHAEL PAUL HUMM, Oxford, Graduate I. WYATT RAY- MOND HUNTER, University, Law III. Second Row: DANNY WADE JACKSON, Alamo Tenn., Pharmacy V. ROBERT HAROLD JACKSON, Columbus, Law III. CAS- SANDRA JAMES, Harrodsburg Ky., Graduate I. ROBERT G. JEFCOATS, Richton, Pharmacy V. GENE RONALD JOHNSON, Plain Dealing La., Graduate II. Third Row: SUSAN FRANCES B. JOHNSON, Norapater, Graduate I. COLBERT WEAR JONES, Macon, Graduate I. HARRIS WEBSTER JONES, JR., Oxford, Law I. JAMES VANOY JONES, JR., Oxford, Graduate II. JERRY C. JONES, Laurel, Graduate I. Fourth Row: JEAN KINARD JONES, Oxford, Graduate II. NANCY ANN KELTY, Lexington Ky., Pharmacy V. JAGJITSINGH H. KHALSA, Ahmedabad-7 India, Graduate II. JOHN MAJOR KINARD, University, Law III, Sigma Chi. DONNIE WADE KING, Poplerville, Law II. Fifth Row: ELAINE DOWNER KLOTZ, Oxford, Graduate II. PAUL WIL- LIAM KLOTZ, Natchez, Graduate I. STEVEN MARCO KNIGHT, Corinth, Pharmacy V. SHUI SUN KONG, Hong Kong, Graduate II. PRESTON JAMES KOPF, JR., Sena- tobia, Pharmacy V. Sixth Row: LARRY KENNETH KROGSTAD, Brookhaven, Law II. KUSU- MAKER R. KUCHACULLA, Hyderabad India, Graduate I. SUSAN ELIZABETH LADNER, Lumberton, Graduate I. RICHARD KEITH LAIDLAW, Geneva Ohio, Graduate I. ERNEST LANE, Senatobia, Law III. Seventh Row: JAMES JERRY LANGFORD, Jackson, Law III. GERALD RAY LEA, Osyka, Pharmacy V. DINAH LUISE LEAVITT, Pascagoula, Graduate I. PEDRO J. LECCA, University, Graduate II. MAN HEE LEE, Bruce, Graduate I. Eighth Row: CHARLES MARTIN LEGGETT, Waynesboro, Law II. GEORGE LEONARD IV, Starkville, Pharmacy V. HORACE BAXTER LESTER, JR., Jackson, Law III, Sigma Chi. MOW- WO LEUNG, Hong Kong, Graduate I. BARBARA B. LEWIS, Auburn New York, Graduate I. Ninth Row: CHARLES EUGENE LEWIS, Jackson, Pharmacy V. JOHN FRANK LEWIS, Ellisville, Pharmacy V, Sigma Pi, CHARLES MAD LITTLE, Pontotoc, Law I. SHEAN JANG LIU, Taiwan China, Graduate II. THOMAS JUDE LONG, Jackson, Law II. Fifth Row: JOSEPH EDWARD LOTTERHOS, Crystal Springs, Law I. CORNELIUS FYVIE LOVELADY, University, Graduate I. WILLIE EARL LOVELADY, Forest, Law I. VERBIE ANN LOVORN, Thomasville, Graduate III. JOSEPH LOUIS LOV- VORN, JR., University, Graduate I. Second Row: SARA HELEN LOWE, Hazlehurst, Pharmacy V. WILLIAM B. LOWRANCE, Port Gibson, Law III. WILLIAM E. LOWRY, Pittsfield III., Law III. PAUL KELLY LOYACONO, Vicks- burg, Law III. NANCY CARLAN LUBLANEZKI, Kings Mt. N.C., Pharmacy V. Third Row: LILLIAN SIMON LUKE, University, Graduate I. MON YIN LUNG, Kowloon Hong Kong, Graduate II. EDWARD JOSEPH LYON, Olive Branch, Graduate I, Sigma Nu. SANTOSH MALHOTRA, University, Graduate II. KENNETH ROSCOE MALONEY, Middleton Tenn., Graduate II. Fourth Row: MICHAEL JAMES MALOUF, Jackson, Law III, Phi Kappa Psi. CHARLES GEOFFREY MANGIN, Oxford, Law I. ED- WARD WILLIAM MANNING, Mt. Olive, Pharmacy V. PHILLIP MARVIN MARCUM, Oak Ridge Tenn., Graduate I. RANDALL THOMAS MARKS, Verona Wis., Graduate I. Fifth Row: JAMES GILBERT MARTIN, Grenada, Graduate I, Alpha Tau Omega. WALTON LEWIS MARTIN, Oxford, Pharmacy V. CYRIL DUNCAN MAYNARD, Madison Fla., Graduate II. JOHN HOWARD McDERMITT, Columbia, Graduate II. DELORA DIANE McGEE, Memphis Tenn., Graduate I. First Row: BENNIE D. McGREW, Seminary, Pharmacy V. NANCY HOLLAND McHANEY, Henderson Tenn., Pharmacy V. WILLARD L. McILWAIN, JR., G reenville, Law I. RICH- MOND IZARD McKAY, Lucedale, Law I. RICHARD WAYNE McKENZIE, Hattiesburg, Law III, Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: CHARLES A. McKNIGHT, Jackson, Pharmacy V. J OHN PURVES McLAURIN, Oxford, Law III. EUGENE McLEMORE, University, Law III. MICHAEL LEE McMAHAN, Batesville, Graduate I. MINNIE KATHERINE McMULLAN, Hattiesburg, Graduate I. Third Row: JAMES EDWIN McWILLIAMS, Holly Ridge, Graduate I. JEAN HAYDOCK MEGGINSON, University, Graduate II. FLOYD M. MELTON, JR., Greenwood, Law I. THOMAS CARTER MEREDITH, Owensboro Ky., Graduate II. JAMES D. MINOR, Coldwater, Law I. Fourth Row: TRIDIB KUMAR MITTRA, University, Graduate II. ANNA EUGENIA MIZE, Fulton, Pharmacy V. ROBERT GLENN MOLSBEE, Long Beach, Graduate I. PAUL MEADOW MOORE, JR., Calhoun City, Law I, Beta Theta Pi. STEPHEN OWEN MOORE, Oxford, Law I. Fifth Row: CLARENCE EDWARD MORGAN, Kosciusko, Law II. GEORGE TERRELL MORGAN, Columbia, Law I. JOSEPH RODNEY MORING, Mobile Ala., Graduate I, Phi Kappa Tau. JOHN ALAN MORRIS, Hattiesburg, Law III. SUSAN ATHENA MORRIS, Nettleton, Pharmacy V. Sixth Row: WHITMAN DAVIS MOUNGER, Greenwood, Law I. BASA- VANGUDI N. NANJAPPA, University, Graduate II. JIMMY RAY NANNEY, University, Graduate II. CHRISTOPHER L. NEAL, University, Law I. PISUTH NIMKULRAT, Bangkok Thailand, Law I. Seventh Row: JOHN ROBERT NUNNERY, JR., Meridian, Law II, Phi Delta Theta. FRANCIS GLEN OGLESBY, University, Grad- uate II. IDA FAYE OGLESBY, Brooksville, Graduate II. MARTHA KAY OLIVER, Winona, Graduate I. MRUTYUN- SAYA PANI, Orissa India, Graduate I. Eighth Row: CHARLOTTE ANN PARKER, Knoxville Tenn., Graduate I. JACK SHANNON PARKER, Natchez, Law II. RUFUS EUGENE PARKER, Laurel, Law III. THOMAS JAMES PARKER, University, Graduate II. DHIRUBHAI K. PATEL, India, Graduate I. Ninth Row: EDWARD PEEBLES PEACOCK, Clarksdale, Law I, Phi Delta Theta. JAMES A. PEDEN, JR., Jackson, Law II JAMES STEWART PERSON, JR., Water Valley, Graduate I. MICHAEL SINK PERSON, Greenwood, Law I, Phi Delta Theta. HAPPY PIERCE, Dermott Ark., Graduate I. First Row: WILLIAM F. PORTER, Oxford, Law III. ANN STENNETT PRATHER, Booneville, Graduate I. THOMAS GLENN PRICE, Gulfport, Pharmacy V. CHARLES PALMER QUARTERMAN, Jackson, Law I. NARENDER PABBATHI REDDY, Em Nagar Ap India, Graduate I. Second Row: JAMES RUSSELL REED, JR., Paducah, Ky., Law I. MILES NEIL REMSING, Rapid City S.D., Graduate I. THOMAS HENRY RHODEN, Columbia, Law III. SHEILA ANN RILEY, Water Valley, Graduate I. JAMES ROY RITTER, University, Graduate I. Third Row: JIMMIE WILSON ROSE, Gulfport, Law I, Pi Kappa Alpha. WALTER ELEY ROSS, JR., Abbeville, Law II. JOHN TLEFIELD ROWE, Champlain N.Y., Graduate I. JOHN WOOD SAMPLE, Plantersville, Graduate I, Sigma Nu. BAL KRISHAN SANAN, Chandigarh India, Graduate I. Fourth Row: LUIS DAVID SANCHEZ, Bucaramanga Columbia, Graduate I . REX FRANKLIN SANDERSON, Houston, Law III. INDRA NATH SARMA, Gauhati 14 India, Graduate I. JOHN SIDNEY SCALES, Starkville, Graduate I. WERNER KARL SCHIRMER, Madison Conn., Graduate I. Fifth Row: JAMES EDWARD SCHOENFELDER, Cresson Pa., Graduate II. JOHN E. SCHWARTZ, Ill, Hattiesburg, Pharmacy V. THOMAS AVERY SEAMAN, University, Graduate I. THOMAS LOUIS SEGREST, Hermanville, Law I. FRANK SEID, JR., Greenville, Pharmacy V. First Row. ' NUTANKUMAR RATILAL SHAH, Asi Ahmedabad India, Graduate II. JOHN MICHAEL SHANAHAN, Vicksburg, Grad- uage I. DAVID EUGENE SHANDS, Tupelo, Law III, Phi Delta Theta. JOHNNY REX SHANNON, Meridian, law III. BO-LIN BETHEL SHAO, Taiwan China, Graduate I. Second Row: PHILIP AZAR SHERMAN, Clarksdale, Law III. ORIEN LANAN SHETTLES, New Albany, Graduate I. DAN SHACKELFORD SHIPP, Bentonia, Law II. K. SHIVAL- INGAPPA, Mysore State India, Graduate I. FORREST HUGH SHOEMAKER, Arvada Col., Graduate I. Third Row: HAZEL BARNES SHOWS, Kosciusko, Graduate I. SHIAH- HORNG SHYU, Taiwan China, Graduate I. LEILAS TERRELL SIMPSON, Oxford, Law II. AJIT KUMAR SINHA, R. Bihar India, Graduate I. PAUL SISK, Nettleton, Law III. Fourth Row: CONSTANCE IONA SLAUGHTER, Forest, Law III. AUDREY E. SMITH, Philadelphia, Graduate I. DONALD ALLEN SMITH, Oxford, Law I, Phi Kappa Tau. EDWIN RODNEY SMITH, University, Graduate II. THOMAS EARL SMITH, Cleburne Texas, Graduate I. Fifth Row: JAMES CHARLES SNARE, University, Graduate I. HAROLD G. SNELLEN, Keystone Heights Fla., Graduate II. DAVID ROWE SPARKS, Tupelo, Law I. KATHERINE EILEEN SPEED, Newton, Graduate I. JACKIE NEAL SPENCER, Vardaman, Pharmacy V. Sixth Row: WILLIAM COLLINS SPENCER, Holly Springs, law III, Sigma Chi. L. MORRIS SPIVEY, University, Graduate I. MARTHA ANN STRINGER, University, Pharmacy V. WALDO STERLING STUCKEY, Greenwood, Law II. SAM- UEL YEE SUNG, Konloon Hong Kong, Graduate I. Seventh Row: FLOYD MARTIN TATE, Canton, Law I. RONALD LOUIS TAYLOR, Memphis Tenn., Law III. JACK A. THOMAS, Columbus Ohio, Graduate I. MICHELE BURHARD THOMAS, Columbus Ohio, Graduate I. MARYANN C. THORN, Mem- phis Tenn., Graduate II. Eighth Row: PAMELA JOYCE TIPTON, Gadsden Ala., Graduate I. WILLIAM C. TROTTOR, Ill, Greenville, Law I. HERNG HUE ' TSENG, University, Graduate I. RONALD EDWARD TUCKER, Meridian, Pharmacy V. JOHN CAMPBELL UN- DERWOOD, Jackson, Law I. Ninth Row: PRAGNA J. VAKIL, Ahmedabad India, Graduate I. AL- BERT MENTON VALENTINE, Newton, Pharmacy V. V. V. VARADARAJAN, Rajajinagar India, Graduate II. STEPHEN R. VAUGHAN, University, Law III. DENNIS WAYNE VOGE, Oxford, Law I. First Row: CHARLES H. WALKER, Kilmichael, Law III. ROBERT MA- JOR WALKER, Vicksburg, Graduate II. ROGER DAVID WALKER, Pascagoula, Graduate I, Sigma Pi. ROBERT MER- EDITH WALL, University, Pharmacy V. LARRY CHARLES WAMBLE, Osceola Ark., Pharmacy V. Second Row: JINE YANG WANG, University, Graduate II. TROY B. WATKINS, JR., University, Graduate II. ROBERT JOHN- SON WATTS, Wiggins, Pharmacy V. BILLY DON WEST, Union, Pharmacy V. JACKIE LAMAR WHITE, Decatur Ala., Law III. Third Row: JAMES COTHRAN WILBURN, Leland, Pharmacy V. AMZIE THOMAS WILLIAMS, Philadelphia, Law I, Sigma Nu. BARBARA ELIZ WILLIAMS, Picayune, Pharmacy V. JEN- NIFER LIND WILLIAMS, Greenville, Graduate I. JOHN DAVIS WILLIAMS, Cleveland, Pharmacy V. Fourth Row: KENNETH HARRIS WILLIAMS, Jackson, Graduate I. LOUISE ANNE WILLIAMS, Hazelhurst, Pharmacy V, Delta Gamma. MARIAN KAY WINTON, Sulligent Ala., Pharmacy V. LARRY ARNOLD WOODS, Water Valley, Graduate I. WILLIAM THEODORE WOOLFOLD, Taylor, Graduate II. Fifth Row: JANIS SUE WOOLLY, Leland, Graduate I. DOUGLASS MARTIN WRIGHT, Amory, Law I. ROBERT FRANKLIN WRIGHT, Meridian, Law III. CHIN-HSING YANG, Taipei Taiwan Roc, Graduate I. EDDIE TINTAI YAU, Hong Kong China, Graduate II. Sixth Row: ROBERT JAMES YOUNG, Meridian, Law II. ARTHUR MARTIN ZEIDMAN, Cranston R. I., Graduate I, Sigma Pi. First Row: EUGENE MARION ABBOTT, JR., Vicksburg, Pharmacy. GEORGE GILSTER ABBOTT, University, Business. AN- THONY LAWRENCE ABRAM, Avon Lake Ohio, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Theta. LEMUEL GARNER ADAMS, Sum- mit, Education, Sigma Chi. MARIE PIPKIN ADAMS, Water Valley, Education. Second Row: JOHN BAKER ALDRIDGE, Greenwood, Business, Phi Delta Theta. THOMAS KEITH ALES, Batesville, Business. MORRIS WAYNE ALEXANDER, New Albany, Business. BARRY GLEN ALLEN, Grenada, Business, Sigma Chi. LAVENIA ALLEN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Third Row: MERILYN VICTORIA ALLEN, Columbus, Education, Kappa Delta. ROBERT JULIAN ALLEN, Ill, Indianola, Business. THOMAS WILSFORD ALLEN, Lulua, Business, Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT ALLEN ANDERSON, Yazoo City, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THOMAS J. ANDERSON, II, Jack- son, Business, Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: ROBERT ROSS ANDREWS, Natchez, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. DOMINIC JOSEPH ARCURI, LaPlace La., Business, Kappa Sigma. JUDY RAWSON ARNOLD, Kosciusko, Ed- ucation. EVELYN ANNE JAYNES ASGER, Laurel, Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha. KAREN LU CILLE ATCHLEY, Rolling Fork, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: BOYD P. ATKINSON, Drew, Business, Phi Delta Theta. EUGENE WALTON ATKINSON, JR., Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. RHETT WILLIAM ATKINSON, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. NICHOLAS G. AUGUSTUS IV, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. TILLIO JOHN AVAL- TRONI, Shelby, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: BETTY GAIL AXTELL, Canton, Pharmacy. DANNY LEWIS BAILEY, Bruce, Business. PHILLIP JASON BAILEY, Gains- ville Fla., Education, Kappa Sigma. JIMMY EUGENE BA- KER, Ft. Pierce Fla., Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. LINDA KAY BAKER, Aberdeen, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: NIKKI WOMACK BAKER, Corpus Christi Tex., Education, GERALDINE FAYE BARB, Edinburg Va., Education. HALEY REEVES BARBOUR, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. CANDYCE GENE BARNES, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. REGINALD EUGENE BARNES, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Eighth Row: LEE G. BARNETT, Kokomo Indiana, Business. MARTHA ANNE BARNETT, Jackson, Education, Pi Beta Phi. JAMES OLLIOSEY BATTE, Huntsville Ala., Liberal Arts. THOMAS CARL BAUMGART, Bloomington III., Business. DONALD ARTHUR BEARDSLEY, University, Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: LINDA CLARK BEARDSLEY, University, Education. ROBERT BURL BEATY,•Columbus, Pharmacy. FRED CARL- TON BEAUMAN, Vicksburg, Education. SUSAN ALICE BEDINGFIELD, University, Liberal Arts. ELIZABETH ALDER BELL, Clarksdale, Education, Chi Omega. First Row: ELIZABETH L. BIEDENHARN, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Kap- pa Delta. HARVEY DALE BIEN, Coldwater, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. ROBERT CONNER BILLS, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. THOMAS CLEVELAND BIRCHETT, Vicks- burg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM LLOYD BISHOP, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Second Row: HENRY H. BLACK, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. BARBARA CHRISTINE BLAIR, Quitman, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. KENNETH LEO BLANDFORD, Louisville Ky., Business. JEANETTE BEAVER BLAYDES, Atoka Tenn., Business. LAURA LEE BLOUNT, University, Education. Third Row: ROSALIE LUKE BLOUNT, Union, Education. WANDA EARLE BOATRIGHT, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. LARRY H. BOBO, Senatobia, Business, Sigma Alpah Ep- silon. JULIAN EUGENE BOGGESS, Columbus, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM BOND, St. Petersburg Fla., Business. Fourth Row: MARTIN JOHN BORCHERT, JR., Little Rock Ark., Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. LEE HANSELL BORDEN, Okolona, Busi- ness, Kappa Alpha. JOHN BRINKLEY BOUTON, German- town Tenn., Liberal Arts. RONALD LUIE BOUTVVELL, Natchez, Business, Kappa Alpha. MARTHA BURROUGHS BOWEN, Memphis Tenn., Education, Chi Omega. Fifth Row: GLENDA ANNETTE BOWMAN, Pelahatchie, Education. WILLIAM HOYT BOX, Booneville, Business. JAMES GARY BOYD, Clarksdale, Business. GUY LEE BOYLL, Meridian, Business. BETTY LAURA BRAND, Houston, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: WILLIAM GARY BRAND, Bruce, Engineering. GARLAN FLOYD BRANDOM, Oxford, Business. HILDA E. BRASHER, Bruce, Liber al Arts. DENNIS KAY BRAUN, Gulfport, Pharmacy. BARBARA BREAZEALE, Long Beach, Education. Seventh Row: HAROLD WARE BRIDGES, JR., Belzoni, Education, Kappa Alpha. BEVERLY ANNE BRISCO, Tupelo, Education, Delta Gamma. SIDNEY BRODOFSKY, Greenville, Liberal Arts. JANICE CLYDE BROOKS, Marianna Ark., Liberal Arts. PATRICIA ANN BROOKS, Ft. Worth Texas, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. Eighth Row: CHARLES WOOD BROUN, III, Sarasota Fla., Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. NINA ELIZABETH BROWDER, New York N.Y., Education, Kappa Delta. KENNETH RAY BROWN, University, Business. NANCY CAROL BROWN, Hernando, Education. RICHARD HARRIS BROWN, Jackson, Education, Beta Theta Pi. Ninth Row: PHYLLIS GIVEN, Potts Camp, Business. HARRIS LEDEN BRYAN, Oxford, Education. D. MARIE BRYANT, Okolona, Education. EDWARD GLENN BRYANT, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. ZETTA MAE BRYANT, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. First Row: HARRIETTE ANN BRYSON, New Albany, Business, Delta Delta Delta. JAMES MARSHALL BUCK, II, Hyattsville Md., Business. DAVID EDWARD BUFORD, Bells Tenn., Pharmacy. COURTNEY KATHLEEN BUNN, Magee, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. FRANK W. BURDINE, Batesville, Business, Kappa Alpha. Second Row: PAMELA ADAIR BURGOYNE, Homewood III., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. MARY PAULA BURNEY, Ackerman, Liberal Arts. SALLY PEGUES BURSON, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. SUZANN BUZARD, Moss Point, Education, Delta Delta Delta. WALLACE C. BYRD, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Third Row: WILLIAM PRESTON BYRD, Jackson, Pharmacy. ROBERT ARTHUR CAIN, Greenwood, Education. WILLIAM STERLING CAIN, Canton, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BILLY DAN CALDWELL, Corinth, Business. JOHN DALE CALDWELL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. Fourth Row: MARGARET E. CALDWELL, Waterford, Education. WIL- LIAM HENRY CALDWELL, Senatobia, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES LAUREN CALVERT, Gulfport, Pharmacy. JOHN PATRICK CAMPBELL, East Meadow N.Y., Business. SUSAN BAKER CAMPBELL, Pontotoc, Business, Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: GLENN DALE CANNON, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. BARRY W. CARLISLE, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. SIDNEY CARLTON, Sumner, Education. CAROL WALLER CARPENTER, Oxford, Liberal Arts. ELIZABETH ANN CARTER, Columbus Ohio, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. First Row: GARY GRAY CARTER, University, Business. STEPHEN ALAN CARUSO, Clark N.J., Education, Phi Kappa Theta. ANNE CONWAY CASHMAN, Vicksburg, Education. STEPHEN DOUGLAS CASSELL, Roanoke Va., Business. JAMES BARRON CAULFIELD, JR., Water Valley, Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: PATRICK J. CAVANAUGH, JR., Washington D.C., Busi- ness, Sigma Pi. PAULA YOUNG CHAFFIN, Caruthersville Mo., Education. JAMES H. CHAMPION, JR., Greenwood, Business, Sigma Nu. PIERRE N. CHARBONNET, III, Upper- ville Va., Liberal Arts. JOLEE CHILDS, Eupora, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Third Row: CHERYL SUE CHISM, Jackson, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. SALLYE LAY CHOW, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. DIXIE JANE CHURCH, Hanahan S.C, Liberal Arts. MARY LOUISE CISSNA, Pass Christian, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. MELISSA LYNN CLANTON, Calhoun City, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: STEPHEN PAUL CLARY, Rantoul III., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. MARJORIE PAYNE CLAY, Coffeeville, Education. MARJORIE SUE CLINTON, Houston Texas, Liberal Arts. EVELYN LOUISE COATES, Helena Ark., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. TREBIE KAY COBB, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Fifth Row: ONNIE REX COKER, University, Education. WILLIAM JAMES COLE, III, Jackson, Business. CONSTANCE MARIE COLLIER, Brandon, Liberal Arts. THOMAS HARRIS COLLIER, Brandon, Business, Beta Theta Pi. JEAN GIL- LANDER COLLINS, Jacksonville Fla., Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: WILLIAM JEFFREY COLMER, Jackson, Engineering, Sigma Nu. JOHN RICHARD COMER, Booneville, Education. MALCOLM JEFFERSON COMMER, Jonestown, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN STEVEN CONGER, Carthage Tenn., Pharmacy. PAMELA JANE CONNOR, Birmingham Ala., Education, Pi Beta Phi. Seventh Row: KATHY ANN COOPER, New Albany, Education, Delta Gamma. ABBY ANN COTTEN, Gulfport, Education, Phi Mu. HUGH INGRAM COWSERT, Ill, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts. BARBARA ANN COX, Clarksdale, Education, Pi Beta Phi. ELIZABETH AFTON COX, Osceola Ark., Education, Pi Beta Phi. Eighth Row: JEAN SCOTT CRACRAFT, Helena Ark., Libera l Arts, Chi Omega. CHARLIE J. CREWS, JR., New Albany, Phar- macy, Phi Kappa Psi. JANE MARIE CROMEANS, Belmont, Education. FRANCES VICTORIA CROSS, Memphis Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. GEORGE S. CROSS, Oxford, Education. Ninth Row: BRENDA HALES CROUCH, University, Education. CHARLES WARREN CROUCH, University, Liberal Arts. CHARLES FLOYD CRUMBY, Robinsonville, Business. VINCENT JOHN CUEVAS, Bay St. Louis, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID LEE CUICCHI, Shaw, Business. First Row: DENTON HALL CUNNINGHAM, Hamilton, Business. IRVIN EDWIN CUNNINGHAM, Jackson, Business, Sigma Pi. CHRISTOPHER CURRAN, Yazoo City, Education, Delta Delta Delta. JOHN MELVIN CURRIE, Jackson, Business. JOHNNIE RENE CURTIS, Wesson, Liberal Arts. Second Row: WILLIAM CHANDLER CUSHMAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. CHARLOTTE ANN DABBS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. DAPHNE LAVERN DABBS, Myrtle, Education, Delta Gamma. JAMES DUTCH DABBS, Quitman, Business. ARTHUR DANIEL DAGOSTINO, N. Cumberland Pa., Liberal Arts. Third Row: DIANNE BROWN DANIEL, Jackson, Education. ROBERT TENNENT DANIEL, Birmingham Ala., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MAURICE LARY DANIELS, Tupelo, Busi- ness. JOE CURTIS DAVIS, Pelahatchie, Business. MARILYN RUSSELL DAVIS, Jackson, Education, Chi Omega. Fourth Row: PAUL LLOYD DAWES, Natchez, Engineering. DON ALFRED DEES, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JAMES GORDON DEES, JR., Jackson, Engineering. RUSSELL DEFRANCESCO, Niagara Falls N.Y., Business, Sigma Pi. RONALD DAVID DEMILIO, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. Fifth Row: THOMAS HOWARD DEMOSS, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ANNE HENDERSHOT DENNIS, Oxford, Business. CHARLES LEWIS DENNIS, Holly Springs, Business. DEBORAH LYNN DENNIS, Whittier Calif., Liberal Arts. ARTHUR AARON DERRICK, III, Durant, Business. Sixth Row: SIDNEY WILLIAMS DERRICK, Durant, Liberal Arts. LINDA JO DICKERSON, Ladel Ind., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. MICHAEL SAMUEL DICKSON, Vicksburg, Business. ELIZ- ABETH ANNEAL DILLON, Okolona, Liberal Arts. NANCY DILWORTH, Shreveport La., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: JIMMY GAGE DOBBS, Calhoun City, Liberal Arts. WIL- LIAM SANFORD DODD, Eupora, Education. MADGE MOORE DODSON, Oxford, Education. S. CORDELL DOM- BROWSKI, Wilmington Dela., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. JAMES EDWARD DONALD, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: JANET DONG, Tutvviler, Pharmacy. JOHN THOMPSON DOUGLAS, Greenville S.C., Liberal Arts. VICTORIA ANN DUNCAN, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. LESLIE LAMAR DUNN, Waynesboro, Pharmacy. BARBARA JANE DYRE, Grenada, Pharmacy, Alpha Delta Pi. Ninth Row: RACHEL EARHART, Tucker Ark., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. SHERRY LILETTE EDWARDS, Jackson, Education, Chi Omega. WILLIAM HUDSON EDWARDS, JR., Charles- ton S.C. Liberal Arts. NANCY ANN EGGER, Drew, Edu- cation, S.C., Delta Delta. SUSAN LEE EINHAUS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. First Row: JUDY KAYE ELAM, Vicksburg, Business, Delta Delta Delta. CAROLYN EDITH ELLIOTT, Oxford, Education, Zeta Tae, Alpha. MARY CORINNE ELLIS, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. MILDRED TERESA ELLIS, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. MIRIAM HELEN ELLIS, Jackson, Education, Delta Gamma. Second Row: WANDA KAY ELLIS, Lambert, Education, Delta Gamma. KAREN REBECCA ENOCHS, Jackson, Education, Kappa Delta. LENORE LEWIS ETHRIDGE, Oxford, Education, Chi Omega. MICHAEL ALLEN EVANS, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. KATHLEEN MONA FEALHABER, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. Third Row: HARVEY GLENN FERGUSON, Hernando , Business. HANNA TUTOR FIELDS, Ecru, Liberal Arts. EVELYN LEDA FINCH, Booneville, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. HAROLD NICHOLOS FINNEGAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JAMES WALL FLANDERS, Portsmouth Va., Education, Sigma Pi. Fourth Row. ' ANNIE RUTH FLEMING, Shubuta, Pharmacy. FREDERICK WALTERS FLINT, Mansfield Mass., Liberal Arts. STEPHEN DWIGHT FLYNN, Atlanta Ga., Education. THOMAS BUTLER FORBES, JR., Columbia, Liberal Arts. DAN RALPH FORD, JR., Taylorsville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: RONNEY DAVIS FORD, Ashland, Education. SHARON HOWZE FORTNER, Oxford, Education. VINCE FOTI, Sum- ner, Education. BRADLEY HAROLD FOURNIER, Wolfe- boro N.H., Liberal Arts. STEVEN WAYNE FOXX, Green- castle Ind., Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sixth Row: MARTHA BETH FRANKLIN, Oxford, Liberal Arts. NANCY CAROL FRANKS, Arkabutla, Liberal Arts. DEBORAH SUE FREEMAN, W. Memphis Ark., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. PHILLIP MICHAEL FRIDAY, Memphis Tenn., Engi- neering. JANE DOWLING FULLER, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Seventh Row: WILLIAM F. FURR, Oxford, Business. FRAZIER EARL FYKE, Jackson, Engineering, Sigma Chi. ROBERT ALLEN GABLE, Vardaman, Liberal Arts. JAMES HARRY GABRIEL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. PAULA LOUISE GAITHER, Jackson, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: GLENN EMBRY GALEY, Hattiesburg, Business, Sigma Nu. JOHN CLARENCE GARNER, Newhebron, Education, Alpha Tau Omega. MICHAEL EDWARD GARNER, Marvel Ark., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. THOMAS VICTOR GAR- RAWAY, JR., Prentiss, Business. DIANE LYNN GAR- RETT, New Albany, Business. Ninth Row: WILLIAM CARROLL GARTIN, JR., Laurel, Business. SAM GREGORY GASTRELL, Vicksburg, Education. CE- CELIA ANNE GAUTIER, Vicksburg, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOSEPH PATTERSON GEORGE, Crenshaw, Education, Kappa Sigma. WALTER HENRY GIBBES, Learned, Liberal Arts. First Row: JOHN T. GIBBS, JR. Leland, Business, Kappa Sigma. LARRY FRANKLIN JR., Raleigh, Education. JERRY MICHAEL GILBREATH, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID VAN GILLENTINE, Tupelo, Education, Phi Kappa Psi. CAROLE ANGELA GLASS, Columbus, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: PATRICIA ANN GLOVER, Crenshaw, Education. GEORGE DAVIS GOBER, Okolona, Business. CHARLICE M. GO- FORTH, Morton, Liberal Arts. WINFRED LEDALE GO- FORTH, Union, Pharmacy. WOODROW W. GOLDEN, Holly Springs, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: TIBBS MONFORD GOLLADAY, Gulfport, Engineering, Sig- ma Pi. KEITH AUSTIN GRAGSON, Belzoni, Business, Kappa Alpha. JOHN L. GRANTHAM, University, Business, Phi Delta Theta. MILDRED L. GREEN, Benoit, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MARY MARSHA GREENE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Fourth Row: DAVID NOEL GREENHAW, Wheeler, Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Psi. MICHAEL DUKE GREENICH, Lindenhurst N.Y., Edu- cation. SUSAN JARRELL GREENWELL, Jackson, Education. DON WILLIAM GREGG, Brookhaven, Pharmacy, Sigma Phi Epsilon. GAIL McMULLEN GRESHAM, Hickory Flat, Edu- cation. Fifth Row: JIMMY WAYNE GRESHAM, Hickory Flat, Business. WIL- LIAM G. GRIESBECK, Memphis Tenn., Business. JOSEPH PAT GRIFFIN, Bay St. Louis, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JUDY CAROLE GRIFFIN, Vardaman, Education. JAMES ALAN GRIMES, Yazoo City, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: CARL H. GRISSOM, Russellville Ala., Liberal Arts. ELIZ- ABETH JEAN GUIBERT, Albrook AFB Canal Zone, Edu- cation. PATRICIA ELSIE GUIN, Natchez, Business. MARY JANICE GULLETT, Booneville, Pharmacy. BILLY GERALD GUYTON, Nettleton, Education. Second Row: STEPHEN LUFKIN GUYTON, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. LINDA GUNN HADDOCK, Quitman, Education. AGNES TAYLOR HAIRE, Lambert, Education. LANCE HAMILTON HALE, Pontotoc, Business. JAMES EMORY HALL, Vicks- burg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row. ' PAMELA KAY HALL, University, Pharmacy. WILLIAM LARRY HALL, Oxford, Business. CRAIG LAWRENCE HAM- ACHEK, Indianapolis Ind., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. CATH- ERINE ALLEN HAMILTON, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts. BEVERLY JO HANEY, Pontotoc, Education. Fourth Row: ELIZABETH ROGERS HANRY, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. JAMES ROBERT HARDIN, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. DAVID PAUL HARDY, Oxford, Business. LINDA LOU HARDY, Courtland, Education. HILLIARD M. HARPER, JR., Greenwood, Business. Fifth Row: JAMES LOUIS HARRIS, Batesville, Liberal Arts. GEORGIA ANN HARTZELL, Batesville, Liberal Arts. HUGH MILLER HARTZOG, Meridian, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JAMES RALPH HARTZOG, Jackson, Pharmacy. EDDIE RAY HAR- VILLE, Rienzi, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: GLORIA DANIELS HASSELTINE, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. HANLEY E. HASSELTINE, Corinth, Liberal Arts. NANCY JANE HATCHETT, Harrodsburg Ky., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. DANIEL FLOYD HAWKINS, Calhoun City, Busi- ness. HERBERT ERNEST HAYNES, New Albany, Business. Seventh Row: MICHAEL LEE HEDGES, Water Valley, Engineering. RICHARD ROY HEEN, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. JAMES DEWEY HENDERSON, Memphis Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. JANE CLAIRE HENRY, Darling, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MAE DONNA HENRY, Drling, Education. Eighth Row: WILLIAM EUGENE HENRY, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. MARY LEWIS GOLDEN, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts. KENNETH WAYNE HILLMAN, University, Pharmacy. DANIEL LEIGH HILSABECK, Pascagoula, Business. MILTON DANNELLY HOBBS, Auburn Ala., Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: CLARENCE EARL HOING, Sarepta, Education. DAVID TINDALL HOLCOMB, Wyckoff N.J., Liberal Arts. MICHAEL R. HOLCOMB, Tupelo, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JIMMY CHARLES HOLDEN, Jackson, Liberal Arts. SUSAN HOLDER, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta. First Row: CLARA LOUISE HOLLOWAY, Randolph, Liberal Arts. PHILIP NATHAN HOLMAN, Mathison, Liberal Arts. CHARLES DAVID HOLMES, Canton, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EUGENE THOMAS HOLMES, Clarksdale, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. Second Row: JAMES LESTER HOLMES, McComb, Education. LINDA ANN HOLMES, Terry, Liberal Arts. ANN RICKS HOOVER, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. BAMBIA JAN HORTON, Jackson, Business. NANCY LOUISE HOUCHINS, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Third Row: JULIA BETH HOUSTON, Grenada, Education. MARY LAWRENCE HUGHES, Arlington Tenn., Liberal Arts. MOR- ELLA JANE HUGHES, Charleston, Education, Delta Gamma. DONNA LYNN HUNGERFORD, Memphis Tenn., Education. LEAH JO HURDLE, Collierville tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: JOHN MIRO HURYCH, New Albany, Liberal Arts. CHARLES LOGAN HUSSEY, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. BRENDA JOYCE HUTCHENS, Helena Ark., Liberal Arts. DAVID A. HUTCHINSON, Falls Church Va., Business. ROSEMARY HYDE, Grenada, Business. Fifth Row: CHARLOTTE ANN ILES, Jackson, Business. MIKIE JOE INMON, Toccopola, Pharmacy. TOMMY DALE ISEMINGER, Springfield Mo., Education. JAMES SHEFFIELD IZARD, Fulton, Education. JAMES DORSEY JACKS, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sixth Row: MALCOLM ALLEN JACKSON, JR., New Albany, Business, Sigma Chi. MEHENDRA M. JAISWAL, Gujarat India, En- gineering. JOE JAMES, Lucedale, Education.JOYCE ODESSA JENKINS, Glen Allen, Education. WILLIAM ED- WIN JENKINS, Nashville Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Seventh Row: SYLVIA LOVE JENNINGS, Kosciusko, Education. CYNTHIA SUSAN JOACHIM, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. JEAN WING JOE, Clarksdale, Pharmacy. CAMILLE ELIZ JOHNSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ELIZABETH DEAS JOHNSON, Natchez, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: MARTHA H. JOHNSON, Grenada, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM R. JOHNSON, Fairhope Ala., Business. V. CAROL JOHN- STONE, Tupelo, Education. CHARLES LAMAR JONES, Moselle, Liberal Arts. JAMES BUTTERWORTH JONES, Columbia S.C., Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: JANE NASH JONES, Kosciusko, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. MARTIN VERNON JONES, Magee, Liberal Arts. SUSAN MARIE JONES, W. Mobile Ala., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. THOMAS JOSEPH JOSEPH, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. DAN LEE JOSLIN, Nashville Tenn., Busi- ness. First Row: HELEN JUE, Clarksdale, Pharmacy. LINDA ANN KEATING, Batesville, Pharmacy. SANDRA K. KELLEY, University, Education. VERNON R. KELLEY, Ill, University, Business. SARAH ELIZ KELLUM, Hollandale, Education, DeltaGamma. Second Row: SANDRA KELSEY, Collierville Tenn., Education, Delta Gamma. MARGARET KAREL KENDALL, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. NEIL CHARLES KENEMER, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts. BASIL THOMPSON KENNEDY, Waveland, Engineer- ing, Kappa Sigma. BETTY KAY KENNEDY, Aberdeen, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Third Row: VICKIE KENNEDY, Shannon, Liberal Arts. TIMOTHY JAMES KENNEY, Lakeland Fla., Liberal Arts. MARGARET ANN KEOUGH, Jackson, Liberal Arts. DENELDA KEYE, University, Education, Kappa Delta. JUDITH ANN KILGORE, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: BRENDA GAIL KIMBROUGH, Tupelo, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. KATHERINE CECILE KING, Oxford, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. LESLIE DARNELL KING, Greenville, Liberal Arts. MARGARET DEE KING, Rutherford Tenn., Pharmacy. PATRICIA ANNE KING, Greenville, Education. Fifth Row: WILLIAM TRAVIS KING, Oxford, Pharmacy. KATHLEEN MARIE KIRK, Harrisburg Pa., Liberal Arts. JUDY ANN KITCHENS, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MARY B. KNOTT, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. NANCY REPPS KNOX, Trenton Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. Sixth Row: JOHN MILES KOBAN, Pittsburgh Pa., Liberal Arts. AKRON AARON KOON, Senatobia, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon. LARRY CAMERON KOONCE, Memphis Tenn., Business. JERRY MIKE KOUNTOURIS, Jackson, Pharmacy. ALVIN RUSHFELDT KUBAT, University, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: TERRY ANNE LAHER, New Albany, Liberal Arts. JANIS LYNN BOWIE LAIRD, Memphis Tenn. Liberal Arts. JESSE SMYLIE LAIRD, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts. PAUL ANDREW LANDRY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. SUSAN KATHRYN LANGDON, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Eighth Row: THOMAS JOSEPH LANGMESSER, Chicago III., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. BEATRICE MAE LANGSTON, Ft. Walton Beach Fla., Liberal Arts. WILLIAM FRANK LA- POLLA, Greenville R.I., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Theta. LISA ELIZABETH LARSON, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DOROTHY SUE LATIMER, Okolona, Education, Kappa Delta. Ninth Row: JANE LAUDERDALE, Nashville Tenn., Pharmacy, Alpha Omicron Pi. PETER BIRCHMORE LAUER, Geneva III., Education, Phi Kappa Tau. LORAN LEE LAUGHLIN, B. A. Argentina, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. LYNDA GRACE LAVERS, Greenwood, Liberal Arts. REGINA LUCILE LEAKE, Columbia, Education. First Row: LYNDA DIANNE LEDLOW, Cleveland, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAISY DIELLA LEE, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. LAURA LYNDA LEE, Clarendon Ark., Education, Pi Beta Phi. MARY BENDELLA LEE, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. SARAH RANDALL LEE, Mendenhall, Education. Second Row. ' JUDY CLAIRE LEECH, Oxford, Education, Delta Gamma. HARRY COLE LEEPER, JR., University, Engineering. RE- BECCA SUE LEGGE, Sardis, Business. GEORGE HANS- FORD LEGGETT, Magnolia, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JOHN DAVID LESLEY, New Albany, Business. Third Row: ALTON BARNEY LEWIS, JR., Greenwood, Engineering. RICHARD KNOX LEWIS, Auburn N.Y., Business. LINNIE BELLE LIGGINS, Oxford, Liberal Arts. RICHARD ALLEN LITTLE, Raleigh, Pharmacy. BARBARA LOUIS LIVINGSTON, Prentiss, Education, Kappa Delta. Fourth Row: PATRICIA ANN LOCKE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. LOWRY McPH EAR SON LOMAX, Waynesboro, Pharmacy. EMERY H. LOTT, Seminary, Pharmacy. GARY CULLEN LOTT, Tylertown, Liberal Arts. KATHERINE LOTT, Oxford, Pharmacy. Fifth Row: JAMES RUSSELL LOVELACE, Courtland, Liberal Arts. REBECCA LOVELACE, Batesville, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. RICHARD BYRD LUCAS, Pascagoula, Business. THOMAS MITCHELL LUKE, Philadelphia, Education. HOLLIS EUGENE LUNSFORD, Maxwell AFB Ala., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. First Row: JONNA LORRAINE LUPOLI, Coral Gables Fla., Education. BETH ALLEN LYON, Indianola, Liberal Arts. DAVID GARD- NER MacINTOSH, Vicksburg, Pharmacy. JOE HARVEY MAGEE, Tylertown, Business. CLAIRE C. MAIER, University, Liberal Arts. Second Row: STEPHEN YU CHUN MAK, Hong Kong, Liberal Arts. JOHN JOSEPH MALATESTA, Shaw, Pharmacy. CON- STANCE LUE MANN, Centralia Ill., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. RONALD JOSEPH MANN, Centralia III., Engineering, Kappa Sigma. GWEN MASSEY, Pelahatchie, Education, Kappa Delta. Third Row: LEROY MATTHEWS, JR., Sledge, Education. LINA CECILE MATTOX, Verona, Liberal Arts. MARY ANNE MAXWELL, Jackson, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. JOHN STUART MAYS, University, Liberal Arts. DAVID DUDLEY McALEER, Danville III., Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. Fourth Row: ROBERT BRUCE McARTHUR, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. WILLIAM WALLACE McBRIDE, Mathiston, Business. BOBBIE ED McCANTS, Moss Point, Liberal Arts. HARVEY WADE McCLUNG, JR., Tunica, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. JAMES JERRY McCOMBS, Booneville, Business, Phi Kappa Theta. Fifth Row: CHARLES EDWARD McCOOL, Louisville, Pharmacy, Delta Psi. ROSELYN SCOTT McCORD, Columbus, Education, Delta Delta Delta. PATRICIA L. McCORMACK, Batesville, Education. FRED JAMES McDONNELL, Hazlehurst, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. HOMER RAY McDONOUGH, JR., Oxford, Business. Sixth Row: JUDY CLARENE McDOUGAL, Winona, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. BETTY MANN McDOWELL, Flora, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. RONALD WAYNE McELROY, Clarksdale, Busi- ness, Phi Delta Theta. MARIAN WEBSTER McGEE, Mari- anna Ark., Education. JERRY EUGENE McGLOWN, Oxford, Education. Seventh Row: RILEY B. McILWAIN, JR., Pascagoula, Business, Kappa Sigma. CAROL DURHAM McINNIS, Clarksdale, Education, Chi Omega. LESLIE ANN McINTYRE, Brandon, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. ROBERT EDWIN McIVER, Columbia Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DAVID DANIEL McKENZIE, Port Gibson, Education. Eighth Row: DANIEL THOMAS McKESSY, Boca Raton Fla., Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. BETTY ANN McKIBBEN, Uni- versity, Education. JENNIE WRIGHT McMATH, Isola, Liberal Arts. MARCIA McMURRAY, Memphis Tenn., Edu- cation, Alpha Delta Pi. SUSAN ELIZABETH McNAMEE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Ninth Row: MARTHA LOUISE McNEELY, luka, Engineering. SHERRY ANN McNEER, Memphis Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. CARROLL D. McQUEEN, JR., Birmingham Ala., Libe ral Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. SUSANNE McQUIGG, E. Aurora N.Y., Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. BETTY RUTH MEA- CHAM, North Miami Fla., Education. First Row: BARBARA ANN MEADOR, Jackson, Liberal Arts. MARI- LYN OLD MERCER, Dallas Tex., Education, Delta Delta Delta. JOHN R. MEYER, Jackson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. CHARLES E. MIDDLETON, JR., Natchez, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. CYNTHIA JANE MILLER, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts. Second Row: EVERETT JOE MILLER, Leakesville, Education. SHERRI MAUREEN MILLER, Jackson, Liberal Arts. THOMAS GLAS- NER MILLER, JR., W. Helena Ark., Business, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM PATRICK MILLER, Gulfport, Pharmacy. CLAUDIA R. MILLS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: MILDRED LOUISE MILNER, Gulfport, Education, Chi Omega. GEORGE HOWELL MILSTEAD, Jackson, Pharmacy. JEF- FREY CLEMENT MINOR, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. GEOFFERY C. MITCHELL, University, Business. GEORGE ISAAC MITCHELL, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: HARRY HUBBARD MITCHELL, Tallahassee Fla., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. HUBERT D. MITCHELL, JR., Corinth, Business. DAVID LEE MOLPUS, University, Liberal Arts. HILDA SNEED MOORE, Pontotoc, Education. JOHNNY MOORE, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: LINDA MOORE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. McPHERSON D. MOORE, Pine Bluff Ark., Engineering. CHARLES FRED MORLINO, Leland, Pharmacy. MELINDA MORTINER, Belzoni, Education. JOHN GARY MOSCAR- ILLO, Torrington Conn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. Sixth Row: HAL CHASE MOSS, Laurel, Engineering. LILLIAN MOY, Hernando, LiberalArts. MICHA EL MUBARAK, Amman Jordan, Liberal Arts. ALMA MARIA MUTZI, Shaw, Education. ROBERT LEON MYERS, New Albany, Education, Phi Kappa Psi. Seventh Row: WILLIAM MILTON MYERS, Raleigh, Engineering, Delta Psi. JAMES LUTHER NABORS, Plantersville, Business. ELIZABETH ANNE NAPPIER, Raleigh N.C., Business. COL- LEEN STONE NEAL, University, Liberal Arts. MARY ANNE NEELY, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: WILLARD ROSS NEELY, II, LaGrange III., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. VIRGINIA LEE NEESE, Jackson, Business. EVA LILLIAN NEILL, Greenwood, Education, Phi Mu. SAMUEL W. NEILL, Leland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. ROBERT WADE NELMS, Vaiden, Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: LURA JEAN NETHERTON, Jackson, Education. BRIAN GORHAM NICHOLS, McComb, Business. DONNELLJEROME NICKENS, Prarieville La., Engineering. JERRY VAN NOR- MAN, Canton, Liberal Arts. JAMES LARRY NOWLIN, W. Memphis Ark., Education. First Row: FRANCIS MARION OGLESBY, Meadville, Business. JAMES S. OVERSTREET, JR., DeKalb, Business, Kappa Alpha. NANCY METTS OWEN, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. SHIRLEY ANN PAGE, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. DAVID 0. PALMER, Amory, Liberal Arts. Second Row: HENRY WELCH PALMER, Meridian, Business. PAMELA RAE PALMER, Amory, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. BEVERLY PATRICIA PARDUE, Big Creek, Liberal Arts. JOYCE ANN PARDUE, Costa Mesa Calif., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. DEBORAH BROWN PARISH, Forest, Education. Third Row: WILLIE RAYMOND PARISH, JR., Forest, Liberal Arts. MARY CAROLYN PARKER, Newton, Education, Delta Delta Delta. MICHAEL K. PATTERSON, Gattman, Edu- cation. DIPAK DHIRUBHAI PATWA, Ahmedabad India, Engineering. EUGENE POITEVIN PEABODY, Metairie La., Engineering. Fourth Row: WILMER P. PENNEBAKER, JR., Crawfordsville Ark., Busi- ness. ROBERT HOUSTON PERRY, Corinth, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. GEORGE NICHOLAS PETERS, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. CHARLES A. PETERSON, Jackson, Pharmacy. JEAN FAY PHILLIPS, Holly Springs, Education. Fifth Row: JOHN LANGHORNE PHILLIPS, Charlottesville Va., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. JUDY KAY PHILLIPS, Holly Springs, Education. MARY ELIZA PHILLIPS, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. TERRY DON PIERALISI, Leland, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. JO ANN PIGFORD, Ecru, Education. Sixth Row: WILLIAM C. PINKSTON, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. HARMON C. PIPPIN, JR., Booneville, Business. DAVID ALEXANDER PISHKO, Oxford, Liberal Arts. RACHEL ANN PITCHER, Baton Rouge La., Education, Kap- pa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT MICHAEL PITNER, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. Seventh Row: MARLIN MEDFORD PITTMAN, Corinth, Engineering. MIT- CHELL E. POOLE, Richmond Va., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. MARY LAMAR POOVEY, Tie Plant, Business, Phi Mu. JOHN FREED POULSEN, University, Liberal Arts. ARTHUR ALEXANDER PRESTON, Aberdeen, Business. Eighth Row: CHARLES MICHAEL PREWETT, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. CHARLOTTE ANN PRICE, Chattanooga Tenn., Pharmacy, Alpha Delta Pi. MICHAEL DON PRICE, Guntown, Edu- cation. TERRY DIXON PRICE, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. JAMES CLAXTON PROPES, West Memphis Ark., Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: JAMES WATSON PURVIS, Brandon, Business, Sigma Chi. PATRICIA ALICE PURVIS[ Jackson, Education. CLARE CADENHEAD QUINN, Clinton III., Education, Delta Delta Delta. HUSSEIN RACHEDI, University, Engineering. THOMAS NEWELL RACKLEY, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. First Row: NICHOLAS HANSE RAMSEY, Nitro W. Va., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. DAVID McCLEARY RATHER, Holly Springs, Education. ELIZABETH JANE RAWLS, Natchez, Liberal Arts. LARRY GUY REA, Philadelphia, Pharmacy, Sigma Phi Epsilon. A. J. REED, JR., Gallatin Tenn., Education, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: ANTON E. REEL, Ill, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WESLEY REESE, Birmingham Ala., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM LEE REEVES, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts. RENDA LOVE REGAN, Kosciusko, Education. PATSY DARLENE REIFERS, Okolona, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Third Row: ROBERT LEE RICHARDSON, Kosciusko, Business. RICKEY JEAN RICKS, Raymond, Pharmacy. WILLIAM L. ROACH, JR., Brookhaven, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROBERT LEE ROBERTS, JR., Vicksburg, Business, Kappa Sigma. CHARLES RAY ROBERTSON, JR., Meridian, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: EDWARD LOUIS ROBINSON, Brandon, Business. WILLIAM S. ROBINSON, Hamilton, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. MAR- GARET ELLIS ROGERS, New Albany, Business. BETTYE LOU ROSAMOND, Kosciusko, Education. KENNETH H. ROSE, Holly Springs, Education. Fifth Row: SARAH MARSHALL ROSS, Benoit, Pharmacy. JUDITH ANN ROST, Highland Ind., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. MARY ELIZABETH ROWE, Lake Cormorant, Education. BEN LOCKETT ROYCE, Houston Texas, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. VICTORIA LEAH RUESELER, Cape Gir- ardeau Mo., Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. First Row: ALICIA RUIZ, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts. WILLIAM BURDETTE RUSS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. ARDIS DEFRANCE RUSSELL, Yazoo City, Business. NANETTE MAY RUSSELL, Franklin Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. WALLACE HOWARD RUSSELL, Yazoo City, Business. Second Row: GARRETT PATRICK RYAN, Muncie Ind., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. JOSEPH K. SAAD, JR., Clarksdale, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. MELANIE L. SANDERS, Vaiden, Education. GARY DENNISS SCHEFFLER, Pascagoula, Business, Sig- ma Phi Epsilon. MICHAEL F. SCHLOSSER, Vicksburg, Business, Kappa Alpha. Third Row: SHARON ELAINE SCIBILIA, Fairfax Va., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. MELODY SCOTT, Hernando, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. NANCY LEE SCOTT, Memphis Tenn., Edu- cation, Phi Mu. ISABELLE ALFSEN SCURRY, Dallas Texas, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. SANDRA SEALE, Monroe La., Education, Delta Gamma. Fourth Row: FREDERICK TAYLOR SEARCY, Brandon, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM H. SEARIGHT, Jackson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. THEODORE M. SENFTEN, Moselle, Engineering. LINDA KELSO SENTER, Dorsey, Education. THOMAS GRADEN SENTER, Fulton, Pharmacy. Fifth Row: SUZAN LYNN SETTLEMIRE, Mt. Vernon III., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. MARY MILLICENT SHANNON, Pontotoc, Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. JOHN STROWD SHAW, Oxford, Liberal Arts. BEN WLLIS SHEELY, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. BETTYE J. C. SHEFFIELD, University, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: SHARON AGNES SHELTON, Memphis Tenn., Education, Phi Mu. JIMMY WILTON SHINALL, Doraville Ga., Busi- ness. SUSAN MARLENE SHIPLEY, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. HAROLD R. SIDES, Kosciusko, Business, Beta Theta Pi. WALTER MAYES SIMMONS, Ill, Memphis Engineering. Seventh Row: JOSEPH CHARLES SIMON, Biloxi, Pharmacy. GLENN CURTIS SIMPSON, JR., Columbia S.C., Business. JUNE GAIL SIMS, Louin, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. DEBORAH CAROL SLADE, Oxford, Education. GIRLENDER SMITH, Oxford, Education. Eighth Row: KAREN ANN SMITH, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. LARRY ALFRED SMITH, Pascagoula, Business, Sigma Mu. LEMUEL OWEN SMITH, Jackson, Business, Sigma Chi. LINDA KATHLEEN SMITH, Grenada, Education, Kappa Delta. ROBERT DANIEL SMITH, Oxford, Engineering. Ninth Row: RONALD JEFFREY SMITH, Berkeley Heights N.J., Liberal Arts. THOMAS HOLTON SMITH, JR., Memphis Tenn., Business. VAUN HAROLD SMITH, Booneville, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. WILLIAM DOYLE SMOTHERS, Tupelo, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. LYNDA JOYCE SOUTH, Lake Cormorant, Liberal Arts. First Row: JACK FRANKLIN SPEED, Macon Ga., Education, Phi Kap- pa Psi. JUDITH PIERCE SPENCER, Oxford, Education. PAUL ANTHONY SPINA, JR., Birmingham Ala., Edu- cation. BRENDA HOLMES SPINNER, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. WADE NELSON SPRUILL, Greenwood, Liberal Arts. Second Row: JOHN C. STANLEY, Corinth, Business, Sigma Chi. NANCY VIRGINIA STASIAK, Dayton Ohio, Education, Pi Beta Phi. MICHAEL DAVID STAUFFER, St. Augustine Beach, En- gineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon. MARGARET FRANCES STEEN, Abbeville La., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. VERNON JACK STEPHENS, JR., Natchez, Business, Kappa Sigma. Third Row: LEON FLOYD STEWART, Oxford, Business. JAMES CLAUDE STILL, Blue Mt., Education, Sigma Nu. DONALD MEADE STINGEL, University, Liberal Arts. JAMES R. STOKES, Jackson, Business. RICHARD DAVID STOKES, JR., Evansville Ind., Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. Fourth Row: WENDEL COLEMAN STOLTZ, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. SANDRA ELLIS STONE, Hopkinsville Ky., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. FRANK SMITH STREET, Canton, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. JOE BRYAN STREET, Ripley, Liberal Arts. CHARLES WILHELM STREICHER, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: FREDERICK P. STRICKLAND, JR., Montevallo Ala., Busi- ness. PATRICIA ANN STRICKLAND, Laurel, Liberal Arts. SHARON STRINGFELLOW, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. THOMAS JACKSON STUBBS, Holly Springs, Business, Kappa Sigma. ELIZABETH WATSON SUGG, West Point, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Sixth Row: ANNETTE IRENE SULLIVAN, Bay St. Louis, Business. KENNETH GERALD SULLIVAN, Jackson, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. MILDRED H. SULLIVAN, Jackson, Education. RALPH ELVYN SULSER, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. GLORIA LYNNE SUMMERS, Kosciusko, Education. Seventh Row: TERENCE JOHN SWAN, Detroit Mich., Education. BETTY CAROL SWORDS, Pontotoc, Business. ROGER DEES TATE, JR., Columbus, Liberal Arts. RITA JO TATUM, Oxford, Education. WILLIAM JOSEPH TATUM, Memphis Tenn., Business. Eighth Row: CLARA GENE TAULBERT, Glen Allen, Business. HAROLD GREGORY TAYLOR, Lucedale, Business. KENNETH KING TAYLOR, Water Valley, Business. PATRICK ARNOLD TAYLOR, Biloxi, Business. MERRY GAIL TEMPLE, Mead- ville, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Ninth Row: NANCY G. TENEYCK, Laurel, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. ELOISE L. TENNEY, Grenada, Education, Chi Omega. ROBERT CLARK TERRY, Calhoun City, Business. ELIZA- BETH ANN TEUNISSON, Greenville, Education, Delta Gamma. CECILIA REGINA THOMAS, Jackson, Liberal Arts. First Row: JILL LYNN THOMAS, Clarendon Hills Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. SUSAN WYATT THOMAS, Mississippi 38, Education. DAVID ALLEN THOMPSON, Pascagoula, Busi- ness. DONALD EDGAR THOMPSON, University, Engineer- ing. EDWARD C. THOMPSON, JR., Augusta Ark., Phar- macy. Second Row: TOMMY CURTIS THORNTON, Vaiden, Pharmacy. MARY DENT THRASH, Jackson, Education. TERRY KEITH THRASH, Jackson, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. JAMES AR- THUR TIDWELL, New Albany, Education. TRUDY TID- WELL, West Point, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. Third Row: LARRY JAUBERT TILLMAN, Waveland, Liberal Arts. LINDA CAROLYN TILLMAN, Bruce, Liberal Arts. DEB- ORAH ANN TIMMINS, Raleigh Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. MICHAEL CARL TODARO, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM RICHARD TODD, Amory, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: GLYNDON TOWNSEND, Golden, Liberal Arts. LEROY E. TROPP, III, Carrollton Ohio, Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. CARROLL VINCENT TROWELL, University, Education. ROGER McKAY TUBBS, Oxford, Engineering. TONJA RENAY TUCKER, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Fifth Row: SAMUEL MURRY TUMEY, Greenville, Pharmacy. DAVID JONES TURNER, Millington Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. HERSCHEL LARRY TURNER, Oxford, Engineering. MARY LYNN TURNER, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT MICHAEL TYNER, Clarksdale, Business, Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: CELIA F. WESSON UNDERWOOD, University, Education. HENRY GEORGE URICK, University, Business. SHAILESH J. VAKIL, University, Engineering. TERESA MAI VAUGHN, Nashville Tenn., Education, Chi Omega. THOMAS FRANK- LIN VEGOD, Byhalia, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: JOHN BUFORD VERCHER, Oxford, Engineering. CYNTHIA GAY VINCENT, Martin Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. EMERY NORTON VOORHIES, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. PRAMATHESH S. VORA, Ahmedabad India, Engineering. HILTON NOEL VOSS, Purvis, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. Eighth Row: MARY JANE WADLINGTON, Sledge, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. GILDA J. ALLEN WALDEN, Booneville, Education. WILBERT FLARVOUS WALDEN, Booneville, Business. SHIRLEY P. WALDROP, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts. TERRI LYNN WALKER, Tchula, Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: JANIT WALLACE, Olive Branch, Education. DOROTHY ANNE WARD, Demopolis Ala., Liberal Arts. GLORIA E. WARD, Cleveland, Liberal Arts. DONALD WILSON WAR- NICK, Houston, Business. LINDA KAY WASHINGTON, Houlka, Business. First Row: MARY KAY WATKINS, Waynesboro, Education, Kappa Delta. ELIZABETH SIMMONS WATTS, Montgomery Ala., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. STEVEN LESLIE WEATHER- WAX, Largo Fla., Pharmacy. DORA SUE WEBB, Florence, Education. JUDY WEBB, Florence, Liberal Arts. Second Row: BETTYE KATHERINE WEEKS, Hernando, Liberal Arts. JESSE KENT WELBORN, Laurel, Education. THOMAS PATRICK WELCH, Osyka, Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. ERSKINE WATKINS WELLS, JR., Jackson, Business, Delta Psi. KEITH WADE WELSH, Springfield Mo., Education. Third Row: STEPHEN HARRY WHEELER, Mineola N.Y., Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. KARA BROWN WHITE, Thaxton, Education. KATHERINE LYNN WHITE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Pi Beta Phi. NANCY LEE WHITE, Owensboro Ky., Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha. THOMAS EDWARD WHITTEN, Hernando, Engineering. Fourth Row: MARY CLARK WHITTLE, Martinsville Va., Liberal Arts. DONALD ANTHONY WIATER, Morrisville Pa., Education, Sigma Pi. FRANK CARTER WICKER, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. JAMES GAYLE WILBORN, Grenada, Business. MARTHA GRACE WILKIE, Goodman, Education. Fifth Row: J. PHILIP WILKINS, Parsons Tenn., Pharmacy. ANNE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, Jackson, Liberal Arts. BENNETT F. WILLIAMS, JR., Elaine Ark., Education, Kappa Sigma. BILLY EUGENE WILLIAMS, Golden, Education. DOROTHY SHIRLEY WILLIAMS, Jackson, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. First Row: ELMER EUGENE WILLIAMS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. LARRY MICHAEL WILLIAMS, Fulton, Education. RICHARD CLIFTON WILLIAMS, Jackson, Business. ROBERT R. WILLIAMS, JR., Walnut, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JACQUELINE P. WILLIAMSON, Oxford, Edu- cation. Second Row: JAMES KENNETH WILLIAMSON, Kosciusko, Pharmacy. CASSANDRA JANE WILSON, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. KEITH ALLEN WILSON, Alton III., Business. EUGENE JOHN WING, Jonestown, Business. JOHN ROBERT WIN- THROP, DuQuoin III., Education, Sigma Pi. Third Row: MARK WISE, Mound Bayou, Engineering. CHARLES WEL- LBORN WITT, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. FRAN CLAIR WOOD, Batesville, Education. JAMES EDWARD WOODALL, Galena Md., Education, Phi Kappa Theta. GEORGE F. WOODLIFF, Jackson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. Fourth Row: ELAINE HALL WOODS, University, Liberal Arts. ROY PATTON WOODS, Humboldt Tenn., Education. THOMAS JEFFERSON C. WOODS, University, Liberal Arts. VICTORIA L. WORTHINGTON, Evansville Ind., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. EDDY HOWARD WRIGHT, Bruce, Engineering. Fifth Row: PAMELA JO WRIGHT, Huntsville Ala., Education, Phi Mu. PATRICIA KAY WRIGHT, Vicksburg, LiberalArts. MATTHEW J. WUNSCH, Woodbury N.J., Engineering. MARGARET GAINES YATES, Philadelphia, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. PAT ANTHONY ZICARELLI, University, Education. First Row: WILBUR M. ABERNETHY, Oxford, Business. RICHARD SAMUEL ABNEY, Bay Springs, Pharmacy. KATHI ANN ABRAHAMSON, Chicago III., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. ELISE ADEN, Valley Park, Liberal Arts. SAMMY HOUSTON AINSWORTH, Harrisville, Business. KAY FRANCES AKIN, Michigan City, Business. Second Row: OWENS FITZ ALEXANDER, Jackson, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT TERRY ALEXANDER, Oxford, En- gineering, Delta Psi. MIKAL EUGENE ALTMAN, Florence Ala., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JULIA PEARL AL- VAREZ, Greenville, Education, Delta Delta Delta. MICHAEL LEE AMODEO, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. ROBERT E. ANDER- SON, Corinth, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: JANE DIANE ARNETT, Oxford, Business. CHARLES WIN- NICK ASHLEY, Jackson, Business. TOM ELLIS ASSAF, McComb, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Theta. LYNDON ATWOOD, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. SUSAN AYCOCK, Rosedale, Business. FRED THOMAS BADDOUR, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: BARBARA JEAN BAILEY, Mantachie, Education. MALCOLM DOUGLAS BAILEY, Lambert, Liberal Arts MARILYN BLAKESLEE BAILEY, Jackson, Education. SIDNEY LYNN BAILEY, Arlington Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. OWEN WILLIAM BALDWIN, Jackson, Business. TRUDYS LUCILLE BALLARD, Rienzi, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: JANE E. BALLENGER, Pine Bluff Ark., Liberal Arts. NANCY GAYLE BARHAM, Coldwater, Education, KENNETH GERALD BARRON, Jackson, Business. LARRY BRITT BARRON, Booneville, Business. MARY KIRK BAS- KIN, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. GREER ALLENE BATSON, Grenada, Education, Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: JOHN CARLISLE BATTE, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. ANDREA KELLY BEARD, Myrtle, Liberal Arts. MARTHA ANNE BEARDEN, Port Gibson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. DANIEL ANTHONY BEATTY, Cape Girardeau Mo., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. ALAN MARK BECKER, Ft. Pierce Fla., Liberal Arts. PAMELA JANE BEDGOOD, Jack- son, Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: BEVERLY JEAN BEEMON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ANNE ELIZABETH BEERY, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. JOSEPH ALSTON BELL, Tupelo, Business. LAWRENCE G. BENNETT, III, New Albany, Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. OMER EVON BERRY, Jackson, Liberal Arts. KENNETH KEVIN BEYER, Ocean Springs, Business, Phi Kappa Theta. Eighth Row: CHARLES S. BIDGOOD, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN MARLIN BLACKLEDGE, Laurel, Pharmacy. ERIC CARLTON BLACKWOOD, Jacksonville Fla., Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. HOLBERT D. BLAIR, Hattiesburg, Busi- ness, Sigma Phi Epsilon. DOROTHY EMMA BLOHM, Jackson, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. SANDRA K. BLOOD- WORTH, Jackson, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Ninth Row: CHARLES B. BLOUNT, Hattisburg, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. SHARON ANN BLOUNT, Decatur, Education. MARY BELL BOBB, Vicksburg, Education, Chi Omega. WILEY NEWMAN BOLAND, JR., Pontotoc, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. KENNETH LEONARD BOONE, Laurel, Education. JAMES MICHAEL BOOTH, Vicksburg, Business, Phi Kappa Theta. Tenth Row: MARY EDGAR BORNMAN, Clarksdale, Education, Chi Omega. FREDDY MARTIN BOST, Water Valley, Education. BRENT BOURLAMD, Natchez, Business. PATSY LEE BOWDEN, Ashland, Liberal Arts. BONNIE LOUIS BOWEN, Oxford, Education. SCOTTY RAY BOX, Bruce, Business. First Row: CLARE MANLY BOYCE, New Orleans La., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT LEE BOYD, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. DONALD GWIN BOYTE, Natchez, Business. STEVEN KYLE BRADY, Brookhaven, Pharmacy. GAY LAWLER BRAMLETT, Bobo, Education, Chi Omega. SALLIE KEY BRAMBLETT, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: LESLIE JUANITA BRANDON, Southaven, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. THAD SHARON BRIDGES, Monticello, Business. DALE VINCENT BRIGGS, Blytheville Ark., Busi- ness. SUE BRIGHT, Tylertown, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. DEVOTIE WARD BRISTER, Grenada, Pharmacy, Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES MURRAY BROCK, JR., McComb, Liberal Arts. Third Row: MARY ELIZABETH BROWN, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. WANDA JEANETTE BROWN, Pope, Education. WILLIAM GLEN BROWN, Bruce, Business. REBECCA ANN BROWNE, Oxford, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. DEBORAH YVONNE BRUCE, Ashland, Liberal Arts. MICHAEL HERMAN BRUMLEY, Corinth, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: MARY ELIZABETH BRYANT, University, Liberal Arts Chi Omega. OLEN C. BRYANT, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. CAROLYN BUCKNER, Vicksburg, Education, Phi Mu. SANDRA ANN BUFKIN, Clinton, Education, Kappa Delta. ETHEL MAE BUFORD, Oxford, Education. NAN ELIZABETH BUFORD, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: LARRY HUGH BUNCH, Oxford, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. RITA GAIL BURCHFIELD, Thaxton, Education. JOHN DAVIS BURK, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. BARBARA J. BURNHAM, Clarksdale, Business, Delta Delta Delta. THOMAS SAMUEL BURRELL, Durant, Engineering. MARY ESTON BURSON, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Sixth Row: CANDY KILGORE BUSBY, Etta, Liberal Arts. CAROL ANN BUTLER, Barstow Calif., Education. PAMELA BUTTS, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. WALTER R. BYRD, JR., Kerrville Texas, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. CATHERINE E. CAGLE, Southaven, Pharmacy. ALBERT MICHAEL CALD- WELL, Oak Ridge Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: CECILY RUTH CALDWELL, Senatobia, Education. NANCI LEE CAMPBELL, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. JANE ELLEN CARLSON, Arlington Va., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. LARRY SIM CARNELL, Myrtle, Business. JOSEPH N. CARPENTER, Natchez, Business. CANDACE MOORE CAR- ROLL, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Eighth Row: CAROLE CARTER FERRELL, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. JUDITH LYNN CARVER, Asheville N.C., Liberal Arts. RICHARD C. CASEY, Germantown Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. BERTHA KAY CHAPMAN, Abbeville, Education. MARY ANN CHAPMAN, Coffeeville, Education. HAL CECIL CHARLES, Long Beach, Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: JAMES WILLIAMS CHILES, Osceola Ark., Business. AUDRIC HING CHOW, Clarksdale, Pharmacy. REBECCA ANN CHRESTMAN, Houlka, Education. BENNY SMITH CHUNN, Batesville, Business. JOE DAVID CHURCH, Marissa III., Education, Phi Kappa Tau. DONALD GEAN CLARK, University, Business. Tenth Row: JAMES RAYFORD CLARK, JR., Oxford, Business. JAMES STEVEN CLARK, Drew, Education. SUSAN JAY CLARK, Bay St. Louis, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. JOHN DANIEL CLEVE- LAND, Jackson, Education, Sigma Chi. STEPHEN COLLINS CLOUSE, Larchment, N.Y., Education, Sigma Pi. CAROLYN COLE, Bolivar Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. First Row: CONSTANCE L. COLEMAN, Enid, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. LARRY D. COLEMAN, University, Education. CHARLOTTE LOUISE COLEY, W. Memphis Ark., Education. JOHN FRANCIS COLLINS, JR., Clearwater Fla., Business. PHILLIP MICHAEL COLLINS, New Albany, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM COLIN COLLINS, New Albany, Education. Second Row: SANDRA JO COLTER, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. LINDA KAY COMER, Booneville, Education. LESTER COOK, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT LANE COOK, Oxford, Pharmacy. VIRGINIA ANN COOK, Holly Springs, Education. KAREN OLIVIA COPE, Livingston Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Third Row: JUDITH LEE COWAN, LaGrange Tenn., Liberal Arts. HARMON WILFRED COX, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN MICHAEL CRAFT, Senatobia, Liberal Arts. LESLIE LEE CRAWFORD, JR., Hernando, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LINDA L. GRISHAM CRAWFORD, Baldwyn, Business. RONNIE LEE CRAWFORD, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: WALTER JEFFREY CRAWFORD, Tylertown, Engineering, Sigma Chi. CAROLYN LOUISE CROOK, Dallas Texas, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. RALPH DAVID CRUM, Memphis Tenn., Business. KERRY ELIZ CULP, Whiteville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM, Tchula, Education. RICHARD M. CUNNINGHAM, Madison Tenn., Engineering, Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: JAMES W. CUSTER, Wilmette III., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. LEO ALEXANDER CUTCLIFF, Amory, Business. LAURA ELAINE DAMONTE, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts. SAMUEL EUGENE DANIEL, McComb, Pharmacy, Sigma Nu. DON SIMMONS DAVIDSON, University, Busi- ness, Phi Delta Theta. HUBERT JAMES DAVIDSON, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: CEDRECK GENE DAVIS, Senatobia, Engineering. JOHN CORBETT DAVIS, New Madrid Mo., Pharmacy. JOHN FORD DAVIS, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. LAURA LEE DAVIS, Oxford, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. VINA BLUE DAVIS, Jackson, Education. MICHAEL KENT DAWSON, Lovington III., Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: CHARLES WALLACE DAYTON, Laurel, Liberal Arts. M. ANGELITA DELGADILLO, New Albany, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JULIE THERESA DELPH, Bay St. Louis, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. TERRY WAYNE DENNIS, Nashville Tenn., Business. JACK CARVER DESSOMMES, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. FAHEY ANNE DIBENEDETTO, Bay St. Louis, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: DONALD DICKERSON, Columbus, Engineering. MARSHALL HUGH DICKERSON, Booneville, Business. VAN STEVEN DICKERSON, Jayess, Engineering. MARSHA DICKSON, Canton, Business, Kappa Delta. MORRIS STEPHEN DIL- LARD, Tupelo, Pharmacy. FRANCES FOUNTAIN DODSON, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Third Row: JAMES PAUL DOHERTY, Memphis Tenn., Education. BARBARA ANN DOMBROWSKI, St. Charles III., Education. EDWARD FRANCES DONOVAN, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. MARY JO DORR, Sardis, Educa tion. DARRELL DOR- RIS, University, Business. SANDRA KAY DORRIS, Cof- feeville, Education. Fourth Row: RALPH EDWIN DOUGHERTY, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. GLORIA ALICE DOWDY, Gulfport, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta. WILLIAM WAYNE DRINKWATER, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. MACK LEON DRYDEN, Moss Point, Liberal Arts. JAMES G. DUCKER, Roxie, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. SANDRA DUGGER, Oxford, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: RAYFORD EDWIN DUKES, Jackson, Pharmacy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY CATHRYN DYRE, Grenada, Business, Phi Mu. WILLIAM FRED EARLY, II, Pensacola Fla., En- gineering. PATRICIA EBAUGH, Winter Park Fla., Education. SUSAN DIANE EDDINS, Laurel, Pharmacy. STEPHEN CHARLES EDDS, Lincoln Neb., Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Sixth Row: DAVID S. EDMONDSON, Vardaman, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM FRANKLIN EDWARDS, Carthage, Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Tau. RUSSELL EDWARD ELLIOTT, Bay St. Louis, Business. KATHRYN IRENE ELLIS, Port Gibson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. ROBBIE NELL ELLIS, New Albany, Liberal Arts. NAGLA M. M. ELMOGADDADY, Cairo Uar, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: JO ANN ENGLAND, Greenville, Education, Chi Omega. ALEXIS MARIE ENGRAM, Biloxi, Education. REBECCA ANN ENLOE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM EDWARD ERB, Richmond Va., Liberal Arts. H. JOHN ERIKSON, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Chi. SHARON ANN ESTES, Metairie La., Education. Eighth Row: JUDITH NELL ETHERIDGE, Meridian, Educati on, Chi Omega. BOBBY GAYNELL EVANS, Magee, Liberal Arts. JUDY DIANNE FAGGARD, Moss Point, Education, H Beta Phi. HENRY PHILIP FANCHER, McCool, Pharmacy. LARRY WAYNE FANCHER, Belmont, Pharmacy. MARY JULIANNA FARR, Columbus Ohio, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: KENNETH DAVID FARRAGUT, Lafayette Hill Pa., Busi- ness. DONALD HERMAN FARRAR, Gulfport, Business. DONALD MONTI FAVRE, Bay St. Louis, Pharmacy. TOM- MYE DALE FAVRE, Mississippi City, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. LESLIE LYON FEIGLEY, Greenville, Busi- ness. ANNA FRANCES FERGUSON, Tupelo, Education, Phi Mu. Tenth Row: JOHNNIE WALTER FERGUSON, Hernando, Engineering. DONNA LYNN FIELDS, Oxford, Business. DOUGLAS BRIAN FINLAYSON, Alexandria Va., Business. ELIZABETH SCOTT FINLEY, University, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM GAY FLAUTT, JR., Swan Lake, Engineering. JOHN CHARLES FLETCHER, Jackson, Business. First Row: NANCY ELLEN FLOYD, Indianola, Education, Delta Gamma. JAMES DOUGLAS FLY, McComb, Liberal Arts. KENNETH EDWARD FLY, Natchez, Business. KATHERINE F. FON- TAINE, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. CHARLES W. FOOSE, Tchula, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. JAMIE FRANCES FOWLER, Jackson, Education, Delta Gamma. Second Row: SAMUEL MELVIN FOX, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JEROME M. FOXWORTH, Foxworth, Pharmacy. LYNN WYLIE FOY, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. SANDRA STUART FULTON, Greenville, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. SUSAN OUINN FULTON, Greenville, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAWRENCE MICHAEL FURLONG, Home- wood III., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Theta. Third Row: CHELLIE LUCRETIA FURR, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. JOHN HENRY GALBERRY, Philadelphia, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. GLENN TODD GALLASPY, Monroe La., Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. JOHN LANIER GALLOWAY, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. ROBERT WILEY GAM- BRELL, Ellisville, Liberal Arts. JANETTE KHANSHAN GAN- JI, Tehran Iran, Business. Fourth Row: JOHN DANIEL GANN, Corinth, Liberal Arts. ROBERT GOODWYN GARDNER, Memphis Tenn., Business, Kappa Alpha. JANICE CAROL GARNER, Kosciusko, Education, Phi Beta Phi. PATRICIA LYNN GARRETT, Oak Ridge Tenn., Liberal Arts. GAYNELL GARRISON, Miami Florida, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. GERALD CONNERS GAY, Falkner, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Fifth Row: THOMAS GEE, Lambert, Business. DIANNE BISHOP GILLIS, Oxford, Business. PATRICIA ANN GILLIS, Oxford, Education. DAVID CHARLES GLEASON, Meridian, Busi- ness, Alpha Tau Omega. LARRY STEVEN GOLDMAN, Booneville, Liberal Arts. MACK RAY GOLDMAN, Kreole, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: LUTHER CARROLL GOLLOTT, Biloxi, Business. HARRY DON GONG, Duncan, Pharmacy. LARRY EDWARD GOOCH, Hernando, Business. JOHN CARVER GORE, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JAMES HINES GOSS, Clarksdale, Business, Kappa Sigma. ROBERT LYNN GRAHAM, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row: FREDERICK RONALD GRANTHAM, Brandon, Business, Sigma Nu. JANET LOU GRAVES, W. Memphis Ark., Education, Delta Gamma. MARTHA KAYE GRAVES, Laurel, Education, Delta Gamma. DUNCAN MONTGOMERY GRAY, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. WILLIAM ALAN GRAY, Meridian, Business, Phi Delta Theta. THOMAS LOCKE GREEN, Columbus, Business. Eighth Row: HARRISON S. GREENLAW, Fredericksburg Va., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM W. GRESHAM, III, Indianola, Business, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM GARY GRIFFIN, Raymond, Liberal Arts. SUSAN COE GRIGSBY, Blytheville Ark., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. FAYE DIANNE GRISHAM, Amory, Liberal Arts. DINAH GAIL GROSS, Carthage, Pharmacy, Zeta Tau Alpha. Ninth Row: SHELBY RUSSELL GRUBBS, Jackson, Liberal Arts. STEPH- ANIE ANN GUCKERT, Columbus, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. CAROLYN LEE GUICE, Biloxi, Education, Delta Delta Delta. JACOB DAVIS GUICE, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. BARBARA LYNNE GUNCKEL, Ocala Fla., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. WILLIAM N. GUNNELL, Summit, Education. Tenth Row: GEORGE BANNISTER GWIN, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. CHERYL ANNE HAGAN, Nashville Tenn., Education, Delta Gamma. WILLIAM EMILE HAIK, Long Beach, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. PAULA KAY HAILEY, Crowder, business. DAVID HOLMES HALE, Senatobia, Business. MARY JULIA HALL, Greenville, Edu- cation, Phi Mu. First Row: MELISSA ANN HALL, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILBUR G. HAMLIN, JR., West Point, Liberal Arts. JUDITH ANN HAMNER, Peoria III., Education. BILLY GEORGE HANCOCK, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. NANCY MELISSA HANKINS, Raleigh, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. JOHN HENRY HANLEY, Booneville, Education. Second Row: THOMAS CRANFORD HARDIN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. FRANKIE TAYLOR HARDING, Greenville, Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY SANDRA HARMON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. JAMES PETER HARNEY, Little Rock Ark., Business. ORMAN LANIER HARPER, Greenwood, Business. CANDACE JANE HARRELL, River Forest III., Liberal Arts. Third Row: MICHAEL EDWARD HARRIS, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROY LEE HARRIS, JR., Biloxi, Business. MARTHA MURRAY HARSH, Birmingham Ala., Education, Pi Beta Phi. PHILIP NEWMAN HART, Kosciusko, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. KATHY CAROL HASKETT, W. Memphis Ark., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. LINDA SUE HATTEN, Pascagoula, Business, Kappa Delta. Fourth Row: JO BETH HAWKINS, Meridiam, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. KENNY JOSEPH HAYLES, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. JIMMY NAUL HAYMAN, McComb, Phar- macy. JOHN EDWARD HELFRICH, Jackson, Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Theta. LIONEL HENDERSON, University, Busi- ness. RANDY CAROL HENDERSON, Oxford, Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: CHARLOTTE LOUISE HENDRICK, Okolona, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARTHA SUE HENDRIX, Batesville, Education. DAVID CHAN HENRY, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. ROBBIE JO HENRY, Pace, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. BETTY VIRGINIA HERRMAN, Lexington, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. KATHERINE BARROW HIDEN, Birmingham Ala., Education, Phi Mu. Sixth Row: BRENDA MAE HILBURN, Corinth, Education. DOROTHY MICHELLE HILL, Natchez, Liberal Arts. HERBERT EARL HILL, University, Pharmacy. DENNIS JEROME HOGAN, Brandon, Engineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon. HENRY T. HOLIFIELD, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. NATHANIEL L. HOLLAND, Wenonah N.J., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. Seventh Row: MARSHALL EARL HOLLIS, Vardaman, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. TERESA S. HOLLOMAN, Batesville, Education, Kappa Delta. MARY MANSELL HOLMES, Clarksdale, Edu- cation, MARION BECKETT HOWORTH, Oxford, Liberal Arts. CYNTHIA GAIL HOY, New Orleans La., Education, Phi Mu. JAMES SCOTT HUDSON, Olive Branch, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: GLYNDA SUE HUFF, Taylorsville, Education. VIVIA ANNE HUGHES, Clarksdale, Education, Phi Mu. PHIL HODGES HULL, DeKalb Valley, Pharmacy. LARRY JONES HUM- PHREYS, Humbolt Tenn, Business. TOM HOOKS HUM- PHRIES, Durant, Pharmacy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARILYN ANN HUNTER, Oxford, Education. Ninth Row: LAWRENCE MICHAEL HURYCH, New Albany, Education. JEANNE HUSTON BENNETT, Columbia Tenn., Liberal Arts. DORIS JANET HUTCHISON, Holly Springs, Edu- cation. DELIA DENHAM HYDE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Delta Delta Delta. PATRICIA P. IRBY, Oakland, Education. NOBLE EARL JACKSON, Coldwater, Education. Tenth Row: SARAH ANN JACKSON, New Albany, Education, Kappa Delta. MARGARET ELEANOR JACOBS, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. ARTIE BRADFORD JANOUSH, Cleveland, Business, Kappa Alpha. EDWIN WHITE JENKINS, Clarksdale, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. MARY JANE JOBE, Tupelo, Education, Delta Delta Delta. DAVID SON JOE, Indianola, Engineering. First Row: JOHNNY FONG JOE, Cleveland, Pharmacy. ROCKY MING JOE, Cleveland, Liberal Arts. JAN LOUISE JOHNSON, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta. LARRY KENNETH JOHNSON, University, Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. FLORRIE BONNIE JOHNSTON, Eden, Education. H. DALE JOHN- STON, Eden, Education. H. DALE JOHNSTON, Picayune, Pharmacy. Second Row: ARCHIE DONALD JONES, Canton, Liberal Arts. CAROLYN TERESA JONES, Jackson, Education, Chi Omega. CLAUDIA PINTARD JONES, Natchez, Business, Delta Gamma. ELIZ- ABETH SPALDING JONES, Booneville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. MASSENA F. JONES, Vaughan, Pharmacy. MI- CHAEL EDWARD JONES, Marks, Pharmacy. Third Row: NILDA LEE JONES, Ripley, Liberal Arts. THOMAS SHEL- TON JONES, Hazlehurst, Business. VICTOR LYNN JONES, Brandon, Engineering, Sigma Nu. WILLIAM HOOPER JONES, Memphis Tenn., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. YVONNE JONES, Summit, Liberal Arts. JOHNNIE K. JORDAN, JR., Carthage, Pharmacy, Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: EDITH JANE JUE, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. THOMAS SHICH JUE, Rosedale, Liberal Arts. DANIEL LEE KAUZ- LARICH, Farmington III., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. KATHER- INE M. KEACH, Ballwin Mo., Education, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma. THOMAS DONALD KEITH, Hollandale, Pharmacy. JANICE DALE KELLUM, Oxford, Business. Fifth Row: WILLIAM LAIRD KELLY, Marks, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT A. KENNEDY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. SAMMY GUY KETCHUM, Ripley, Business. JOHN BECHARA KHAWAND, Beirut Lebanon, Engineering. TERENCE JAMES KIERNAN, Wilmette III., Business, Phi Kappa Theta. DONALD LELAND KILGORE, Philadelphia, Business, Sigma Nu. Sixth Row: BENJAMIN B. KIMBROUGH, Mobile Ala., Business. TERRY L. KINCAID, University, Pharmacy. JAMES PATRICK KING, Jeffersontown Ky., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. LINDA GAIL KING, West Point, Pharmacy, Phi Mu. NEWTON DUDLEY KING, Murfreesboro Tenn., Business. ROBERT EDWARD KING, Oxford, Education. First Row: WILLIAM ALLYN KING, Chapel Hill N.C., Liberal Arts, HARTLEY WEEMS KITTLE, Ill, Shaw, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. NANCY HELEN KOCH, Marks, Education, Kappa Delta. PENNY ANN KOENIG, Freeport III., Liberal Arts. BILLY WAYNE LAMBERT, Paden, Liberal Arts. DAVID FLAVOUS LAMBERT, Belmont, Liberal Arts. Second Row: VICKI YVONNE LAMBERT, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. LARRY WAYNE LANCASTER, Falkner, Engineering. NANCY CAROLE LAND, Clinton, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. ROBERT LANE LANDRY, Biloxi, Business. CHARLES HERBERT LANEY, Sidon, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. JAMES ABNER LAUDERDALE, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: SUSAN PARKER LAVENDER, Marks, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ELLA BROWN LAWRENCE, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. DENNIS WAYNE LEA, Osyka, Pharmacy. JANICE MAE LEDBETTER, Myrtle, Education. JAMES GARON LEE, Parchman, Pharmacy. JIMMIE ARNOLD LEE, University, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: PATRICIA ANN LEHMAN, Gulfport, Education, Chi Omega. LINDA KAYE LEONARD, Juana Julia Vene, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. WILLIAM CAREY LESTER, Jackson, Business. HARVEY RONALD LEWIS, Potts Camp, Liberal Arts. VINCENT LIBERTO, Grenada, Liberal Arts. RONALD ARDEN LINDSEY, Sumner, Education. Fifth Row: LIN HIGHBAUGH LIPSCOMB, Como, Pharmacy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUSAN TOWNSEND LISENBY, Winona, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. SAMUEL THAMES LLOYD, Ill, Canton, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MICKEY LEE LOGAN, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. ROBERT LEE LOGAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. JANET SUE LOGAN, Newton, Education, Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: GRITA SUZANNE LOLLAR, Darling, Education, Kappa Delta. LINDA SUE LONG, Corinth, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. DEANNE C. LONGACRE, Nashville Tenn., Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARGARET WILSORD LON- GINO, Jonestown, Education, Chi Omega. BRENDA THOM- SON LOWRY, Slidell La., Liberal Arts. KATHERINE ANN LUPER, Jackson, Education, Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: RUPERT MILTON LYON, Indianola, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ANNELLE LEE MACY, Laurel, Education, Phi Mu. GARY MICHAEL MAHOLM, Holly Springs, Liberal Arts. MARTHA ELIZABETH MAJOR, Jackson, Business, Delta Delta Delta. MINA ELIZABETH MALONE, Meridian, Edu- cation, Phi Mu. MICHAEL LEWIS MANSELL, Canton, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Eighth Row: JIMMIE DALE MARSHALL, Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. CHARLSIE R. MARTIN, Jackson, Education. MARY WATSON MARTIN, Ripley, Libera Arts, Delta Gamma. CARLTON NEELY MASHBURN, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PATRICIA LYNN MASSEY, Dayton Ohio, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. BILLY CHARLES MATKINS, New Albany, Business. Ninth Row: MARIANNE MATTHEWS, Hillsboro, Education. JOSEPH MATULICH, Columbia, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. HELEN CHRISTINE MAULDIN, Laurel, Pharmacy. JAMES WALKER MAY, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Pi Kppa Alpha. OLIVIA POWELL MAYNARD, Madison Fla., Education. CATHY ANN McALPIN, Booneville, Liberal Arts. Tenth Row: MICHAEL EDWARD McCAMEY, Okolona, Business, Kappa Alpha. GLENN ALLEN McCARVER, Ecru, Business. LARRY LEIGH McCAY, Sardis, Business. LINDA GAIL McCOOL, Louisville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. KATHERINE JEAN McDILL, Richmond Va., Liberal Arts. SANDRA JOAN McGREGOR, Pittsboro, Education. First Row: JOSEPH WILEY McILWAIN, Meridian, Business, Sigma Chi. MYRTLE ANN McINNIS, Kosciusko, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. ROBERT LEVON McKAY, Oxford, Liberal Arts. CHARLES KENNETH McKELROY, Calhoun City, Edu- cation. SHELBY WEEKS McKEY, Utica, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. RUTH SMYTHE McLALLEN, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Second Row: SUSAN EVELYN McLAURIN, Brandon, Education, Kappa Delta. ARTHUR JOE McLELLAN, Lexington, Pharmacy. WYCHE LOWE McMULLAN, Hattiesburg, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. GLENDA ANN McNEAL, Hickory Flat, Busi- ness. MICHAEL HENRY McNEECE, Tupelo, Education. DON KEITH McNEELY, luka, Engineering. Third Row: LINDA COLLEEN McNEELY, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. LILA LEE McRIGHT, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. FORREST LEE MEEK, Lex- ington, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. EDWIN DILWORTH MEEKS, Hamilton, Pharmacy. RAYMOND A. MEIFERT, Memphis Tenn., Education, Sigma Pi. MARY RANDLE MELTON, Greenwood, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: BARBARA ANN MILLER, Water Valley, Education. RON- ALD LEE MILLER, Lakeland Fla., Engineering. MELINDA CRAIG MILNER, Greenwood, Education, Pi Beta Phi. LAN- CELOT L. MINOR, Ill, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. FREDDIE ROY MISKELLY, Tiplersville, En- gineering. EVA MAE MITCHELL, Water Valley, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: LARRY EDWARD MIXON, Drew, Business. DANNY GENE MIZE, Jackson, Business. HENRY ANDY MOAK, JR., Jackson, Business, Sigma Nu. PAUL GREER MOAK, Jack- son, Business. RICHARD HENDERSON MOLPUS, Phila- delphia, Business, Sigma Chi. MITCHELL DIAL MONSOUR, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: PHYLLIS ANN MONTAGUE, Sallis, Education. RICHARD CARL MONTEITH, Batesville, Engineering. MARILOU DARIA MONTESI, Shaw, Liberal Arts. BEVERLY FLO MONT- GOMERY, Pontotoc, Business. JEANNE H. MONTGOMERY, Jackson, Education. SAMMY LEE MOON, Amory, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Seventh Row: ELLEN ELIZABETH MOORE, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. JAMES HOLLEY MOORE, JR., Corinth, Business_ Phi Delta Theta. JON HOWARD MOORE, University, Business. RANDY RAY MOORE, Liberal Arts. ROBERT DUNSCEATH MOORE, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WALTON LOUIS MOORE, Booneville, Pharmacy. Eighth Row: LEONARD MORRIS, Batesville, Education. TERRY LEE MORRIS, New Albany, Business, Sigma Nu. RUBY GAY MOY, Hernando, Liberal Arts. CHRISTIAN STEPHEN MUEL- LER, Davenport Iowa, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. MARI- LYN JO MULLINS, Memphis Tenn., Education. THOMAS HARDIN MURPHEY, Ina Bena, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Ninth Row: MELANEE LOU MURPHREE, Tunica, Education, Pi Beta Phi. ANN WHITFIELD MURPHY, Monroe La., Education, Delta Gamma. CHARLES ANTHONY MYERS, Meadville, Business, Sigma Chi. JOHNNY HUNTER NANCE, McComb, Business. DEBORAH RUTH NELSON, Wilson Ark., Busi- ness, Pi Beta Phi. JANET RUTH NEWELL, Meridian, Education, Chi Omega. Tenth Row: CHARLES PUFFER NEWMAN, Port Gibson, Business. CLEO ANN NEWMAN, Randolph, Liberal Arts. JOE MICHAEL NEWTON, Senatobia, Liberal Arts. RONALD GENE NIPPERT, Brookhaven, Business, Kappa Sigma. VIC- TOR ARTHUR NIX, Ill, Ingelside III., Business, Phi Kappa Theta. NANCY RIGHTS NORMAN, Corinth, Education, Chi Omega. First Row PAULA DEEN NORTON, Tupelo, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. RODNEY HUGH NOURSE, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JUDITH KAREN OAKES, Elliott, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. ERNEST G. OLIVER, JR., Oxford, Pharmacy, Alpha Tau Omega. MARDIE SUE OLSON, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta. GWENDOLYN CONNELL ONEAL, Delhi La., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. Second Row: BEVERLY RUTH OVERBY, Bruce, Education. STEVE OWENS, Oxford, Business. MICHAEL DENNIS PARKER, Vance, Education. PAUL HARMON PARKER, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. HAZEL LYNN PARKS, Ox- ford, Business. HUGH HAROLD PARKS, Somerville Tenn., Business. Third Row: STEVEN EDWIN PATE, Fulton, Pharmacy, Pi Kappa Alpha. JANET ROSE PATRICK, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. LINDA ANN PATTERSON, Rosedale, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT DONALD PATTERSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARY PATRICIA PAUGH, Ocean City N.J., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ED- WARD ALEXANDER PAYNE, Bolton, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: LUCY KENNY PENNEBAKER, Memphis Tenn., Education. ANN PATRICK PERKINS, Hazlehurst, Education, Chi Omega. JAMES GORDON PERKINS, Greenwood, Engineer- ing, Sigma Chi. WALTERINE LOUIS PERMENTER, R. Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. EDITH LOUISE PERRY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. EMMET ROBINSON PERRY, Sao Paulo Brazil, Engineering. Fifth Row: MICKEY JOE PERRY, Grenada, Business. VICKI ANN PERRY, Tunica, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. SUSAN LOUISE PERSON, Greenwood, Education. GUSTAF G. PETERSON, III, Senatobia, Liberal Arts. RAYNA REBECCA PHILLIPS, Batesville, Education, Delta Gamma. MARTHA ELIZABETH PITTS, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: MARY KATHRYN PLANTS, Oxford, Education, Phi Mu. RED OWEN POITEVENT, Meridian, Business. MARILYN PATRICIA POLK, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. BETTY DIANE POTEET, Guntown, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. RONALD WAYNE POTTS, Myrtle, Edu- cation. JOHN KIRKHAM POVALL, Lexington, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Seventh Row: JAMES EDWIN PRATT, JR., Inverness, Business, Phi Delta Theta. PAMELA ANN PRESLEY, Jackson, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. LAWRENCE PRIMEAUX, University, Liberal Arts. LINDA GAIL PRITCHARD, Oxford, Liberal Arts. JOSE- PHINE PULLEN, Poplarville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. DONALD RALPH PURVIS, Brandon, Business, Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: MARGUERITE CAROL PURYEAR, Hazlehurst, Education, Delta Delta Delta. SUSAN GAYLE QUARTERMAN, Jack- son, Education. JAMES L. QUINN, Brookhaven, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. LAURIN NORBERT RAMSEY, Jackson, Business. JOSEPH BRADFORD RANDALL, Fort Smith Ark., Business. LEE WILSON RANDALL, Meridian, Busi- ness. Ninth Row: VIKKI RUTH RANSOM, Aberdeen, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CYNTHIA ANN RASBERRY, Metairie La., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. MARIE BEVERLY RATHER, lolly Springs, Business, Delta Gamma. DONALD W. tATLIFF, Belmont, Liberal Arts. JOHN CARY RAWLINGS, louston Texas, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JOHN KENT rlAYBURN, Columbia, Business, Phi Kappa Theta. Tenth Row: DENNIS TODD READ, Paulding, Pharmacy,. Pi Kappa Alpha. PATRICIA SUE REAGAN, Houston Texas, Education, Chi Omega. JOHN STEPHEN REARDON, Clarksdale, Phar- macy. JUDY CAROL RED, Arkabutla, Liberal Arts. CAR- LENE SHACKELFORD REID, Corinth, Education. WILLIAM WOODROW REID, JR., Corinth, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row SHEILA PATRICIA RIALES, Sardis, Liberal Arts. MELVIN H. RICH, III, Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. NANCY JEAN RICHARDS, Jackson, Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. CYNTHIA SUE RICHARDSON, Victoria Texas, Liberal Arts. MAL SHAW RIDDELL, Winona, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES RUSSELL RIDLEY, JR., Laurel, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: GLEN A. RIGGS, Tupelo, Education. MACK WATSON RILEY, Amory, Education. SIDNEY E. RISHER, JR., Jack- son, Liberal Arts. JUDY LOVETTE RITTER, University, Education. LINDA JOYCE ROBBINS, New Albany, Edu- cation. WILTZ RICHARD ROBERYS, JR., Osyka, Phar- macy. Third Row: EDNA KIRK ROBERTSON, Holly Ridge, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. LEON LEVELL ROBERTSON, Calhoun City, Business. NAN CARY ROBINSON, Selmer Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. ROBERT RANDALL ROCHE, Bogalusa La., Business. CATHERINE R. RODENHAUSER, Huntsville Ala., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. LARRY ALAN ROE, Biloxi, En- gineering. Fourth Row: SHELBY REECE ROGERS, JR., Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. RONNIE LEE ROUSE, Dennis, Education. GUY FORD ROWLAND, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. REBECCA JANE ROWLAND, Hickory Flat, Education. SANDRA JEAN ROY, Marks, Education. CLAIRE RYAN, Meridian, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: SUSAN ALICE SAFLEY, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ROBERT ANDREWS SAMSON, Oxnard Calif., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. KAYE ANN SANDERS, Gulfport, Elducation, Kappa Delta. RONALD WILLIAM SARTAIN, Dennis, Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Theta. CYNTHIA LYNN SAVAGE, Oxford, Education, Delta Gamma. JOHN MASON SCHLOSSER, Vicksburg, Business, Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: DONALD EUGENE SCOTT, University, Business. KAY SUSAN SCOTT, Utica, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. JOSEPH POAGE SCROGHAM, Windsor Mo., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. SUSAN FAYE SCRUGGS, Bay St. Louis, Pharmacy. LINDA HUDSON SEGR EST, Port Gibson, Liberal Arts. OWEN MURPHY SELBY, Columbus, Liberal Arts. First Row: RICHARD AARON SETTLEMIRES, Ripley, Business. WIL- LIAM LOUIS SHAPPLEY, Hattiesburg, Business, Sigma Chi. CINDY LOUISE SHELTON, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. RONALD WATSON SHELTON, Colum- bus, Pharmacy. STEPEI-IN MILAM SHIRLEY, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. EDITH DARLENE SHORES, Bruce, Education. Second Row: DAVID BRIGGS SHREVE, Bowling Green Ky., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. MARSHA LYNN SHUFF, Laurel, Education, Delta Delta Delta. PETER LISTON SIMPSON, Geneva III., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. DANIEL LEE SINGLETARY, Shreveport, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. VINCENT D. SKOR- UPSKI, Grenada, Business. JAMES WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, Culpeper Virginia, Liberal Arts. Third Row: PATTY ELIZABETH SLAY, Jackson, Education. BARBARA ELLEN SMITH, Oxford, Liberal Arts. BEVERLY KATHLEEN SMITH, Lampasas Texas, Education. CAROLINE ALWINE SMITH, Tallulah La., Business, Pi Beta Phi. JANE ELLEN SMITH, Meadville, Education. JEANNIE LANELL SMITH, Natchez, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: LARRY DEARMAN SMITH, Meridian, Liberal Arts. RICH- ARD JOEL SMITH, Brookhaven, Business, Sigma Nu. ROBERT ABERNATHY SMITH, Nashville Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT HOWELL SMITH, Oxford, Pharmacy. SIDNEY ALEXANDER SMITH, Jackson, Liberal Arts. STANLEY LEON SMITH, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. Fifth Row: WILLIAM FRANKLIN SNEED, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JAMES WILLIAM SNOW, Blytheville Ark., Business. GEORGE MILAS SPINKS, Rockmart Ga., Pharmacy, Kappa Sigma. CHARLES ROLLAND STAFFORD, Hattiesburg, Business, Sigma Nu. JONATHAN PETER STARYK, Ft. Lauderdale Fla., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. STEVEN RAY STEGALL, Jackson, Business, Phi Kappa Theta. Sixth Row: ROBERT WADE STEINRIEDE, Belzoni, Business, Phi Delta Theta. SUSAN BELL STEVENS, Coffeeville, Edu- cation. WILLIAM WAYNE STOGNER, Oxford, Liberal Arts. ROSEMARY STOLTZ, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha JOHN H. STONE, Ill, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. GEORGIA STRATTON, Brook- haven, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. Seventh Rw: JANET LEE STRAUB, Clinton, Education. GORDON BER- TRAM STROM, JR., Jackson, Pharmacy, Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM H. STUBBLEFIELD, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. WILLIAM TERRELL STUBBS, Magee, Business. WILLIAM EARL STUDDARD, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts. ANDREA WILLIS SUDDUTH, Vicksburg, Education, Chi Omega. Eighth Row: JANE CAROLYN SULLIVAN, Waynesboro, Education, Pi Mu. JAMES ALFRED SUMRALL, Bay Springs, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. WALKER JAMES SWANEY, Holly Springs, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. PHILIP EDMOND SWAYZE,JR., Benton, Pharmacy. ROBERT WILLIAM TABELING, Lexington Ky., Business, Kappa Alpha. FRANCES SUSAN TALBERT, Oxford, Liberal Arts. Ninth Row: ELIZABETH NELL TALBOTT, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. GAINES CHAUNCEY TANNER, Taylorsville, Business Pi Kappa Alpha. GUSTAV ARTHUR TAYLOR, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. ALISON STODDART TEAGUE, Pica- yune, Liberal Arts, Alpha- Delta Pi. JANICE LEE TEMPLE- TON, Centreville, Liberal Arts. MARGIE ESTELLE TERRY, big Creek, Education. Tenth Row: MARK DOUGLAS TEM Meridian, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. CAROL JO THOMAS, Carthage, Business, Delta Gamma. EVELYN KAY THOMAS, Crystal Springs, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta. JANET CAROL THOMAS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. JANICE SUSAN THOMAS, High Point N.C., Business, Pi Beta Phi. NEAL LEW THOMPSON, Chattanooga Tenn., Business. First Row: KENNETH JERRELL THORNTON, Hattiesburg, Pharmacy. MARIE THORNTON, French Camp, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. RHODA GAYLE THORNTON, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. ALAN WAYNE TILL, Anniston Ala., Busi- ness. WILLIAM M. TITTLE, Ill, Laurel, Liberal Arts. CHARLES RODNEY TODD, Ellisville, Engineering. Second Row: THOMAS GOLDING TOLER, Cleveland, Business, Kappa Alpha. EDWARD E. TOLLISON, Ruleville, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT LEE TOMLINSON, Chattanooga Tenn., Education, Sigma Nu. LILLIAN TONEY, Vicksburg, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. BURKE SIMMONS TORREY, Vicksburg, Education. JAMES LAMAR TOWNSEND, Cleve- land, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: GARY MATT TRAUGHBER, Elkton Ky., Business. STE- PHEN DALE TRIGLETH, Jackson, Liberal Arts. LURA NELL TRIPLETT, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DEBBIE LYNN TRUSSELL, Crowder, Phar- macy. MARGARET KING TUBB S, Oxford, Education. MARTHA SUSAN TUCKER, Shreveport La., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: SARA ALLISON TUCKER, Okolona, Education. THOMAS DEWEY TURNER, Crenshaw, Education, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. PHILLIP LYNN TUTOR, Ecru, Business. VALERIE VANCE, Oxford, Education. DANNY ROSS VAUGHN, Amory, Business. CHARMIAN ELIZABETH VAUGHT, Coa- homa, Business, Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: ROBERT ALAN VERNER, JR., Clark N.J., Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta. TOMMY LYNN VINSON, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. EUGENE WALDEMAR VOGT, Ferriday La., Education, Sigma Chi. GWYNEVA ELIZABETH WAL- DEN, Aberdeen, Education. GERTRUDE BARRUS WALKER, New Brew N.C., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. LARRY CLAIBORNE WALTERS, Laurel, Engineering. Sixth Row: SAMUEL LLOYD WALTERS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. ARTHUR DONALD WALTON, Ha ttiesburg, Business, Sigma Nu. JAMES BEN WALZAK, lrondequoit N.Y., En- gineering. TED JESSE WARD, Long Beach, Pharmacy. CHARLES CHESTEEN WARE, Starkville, Liberal Arts. SARAH ELIZABETH WARE, Marks, Education, Phi Mu. First Row: CATHERINE S. WARREN, Senatobia, Education. CARL WALTER WASSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Theta. MARTHA JEWEL WATKINS, Jackson, Pharmacy. MARIANNE McLEAN WATSON, Tunica, Liberal Arts: LINDA GAIL WATTS, Oxford, Education. NORMA LEA WEAVER, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Second Row: HOYT WAYNE WEBSTER, Becker, Education. RONNIE MICHAEL WEDGEWORTH, Louin, Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta. PATRICIA DIANE WEST, Coldwater, Liberal Arts. SHIRLEY ANNE WEST, Fultonsity, Education. DAVID REYNOLDS WHITE, Flora, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JANET MARY WHITE, Gulfport, Education, Chi Omega. Third Row: JOHNNIE KAYE WHITE, Pensacola Fla., Education. ROBERT AARON WHITE, Meridian, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. MARY MAXINE WHITTEN, Charleston, Liberal Arts. LUCIEN S. WHITTINGTON, Brookhaven, Business. RICHARD GRAY WIGGERS, JR., Columbus, Business, Kappa Alpha. JUDITH ELAINE WILBANKS, New Albany, Education. Fourth Row: NOELL LEE WILBORN, Lambert, Education, Delta Gamma. JOEY LEE WILBURN, Dorsey, Pharmacy. FREDDY VERNON WILKEY, JR., Water Valley, Engineering. LINDY DIANA WILKINS, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. SHAWN MICHAEL WILKINS, Corinth, Business. KENNETH C. WILKINSON, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: CYNTHIA JANE WILLIAMS, Hollandale, Education, Delta Gamma. DOUGLAS RAY WILLIAMS, Memphis Tenn., Business, Kppa Alpha. JAMES RAYFORD WILLIAMS, JR., New Albany, Liberal Arts. LAURA JANE WILLIAMS, Grenada, Education. PETER FAIRLEY WILLIAMS, Clarks- dale, Business. THOMAS GARY WILLIAMS, Jackson, Business. Sixth Row: DUDLEY C. WILLIAMSON, JR., Water Valley, Engineering. RICHARD ALLEN WILLIAMSON, Oxford, Business. JOHN HARRISON WILSON, JR., New Albany, Education. JOSEPH VANDORN WILSON, Covington La., SAMMY CHARLES WILSON, Pontotoc, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. MALCOLM RUSSELL WIMBISH, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Seventh Row: GLEN DEAN WINDHAM, Rolling Fork, Pharmacy. HELEN SUE WINDHAM, Columbia, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. LINDA LOVE WINDHAM, Rolling Fork, Pharmacy. CAROL DEAN WINTER, Bruce, Education. FRED MARSHALL WITTY, Greenwood, Business, Phi Delta Theta. NANCY ELAINE WOMACK, Williamsville N.Y., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Eighth Row: ANDREW CHIWANG WONG, Kowloon Hong Kong, Liberal Arts. BERTHA JAY WONG, Elaine Ark., Business. PA- TRICIA JACK WONG, Cleveland, Pharmacy. HENRY DA- VID WOOD, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. NANCY ELAINE WOODBURY, Pensacola Florida, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHARLES WILLIS WRIGHT, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: CHERYL JOSEPHINE WRIGHT, Greenwood, Education, Pi Beta Phi. LETITIA PARHAM WRIGHT, Amory, Liberal Arts. JANICE YEATES, Starkville, Education. BECKY YEE, Dermott Ark., Liberal Arts. JEFFERY CORDELL YODER, Niles Michigan, Business. DOROTHY E. YOUNG, Clarks- ale, Education. Tenth Row: HARPER MATHIS YOUNG, Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. First Row: JOHN HUNTER ABEL, Eustis Fla., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. CHARLES EDWIN ABRAHAM, Leland, Liberal Arts. GLENN ALLEN ADAIR, Olive Branch, Pharmacy, Alpha Tau Omega. DAVID ALAN ADAMS, England Arkansas, Engineering. THOMAS CARRUTH ADAMS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MICHAEL DEAN AK- ERS, Tupelo, Business, Sigma Nu. Second Row: RONALD H. ALDRIDGE, Jackson, Business. JOSEPH PARKER ALEXANDER, Dyersburg Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. CATHERINE E. ALFORD, McComb, Education, Chi Omega. KATHY JANE ALFORD, McComb, Education, Chi Omega. KATHRYN WILDER ALLEN, Houston Texas, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DANIEL KENT ALL- GOOD, Meridian, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. Third Row: DIANE OLIVIA ALLISON, Houston Texas, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ANNE AMBROSE, Nashville Tenn., Education. ANNE POITVENT ANDERSON, Shreveport La., Education, Pi Beta Phi. LAWRENCE H. ANDERSON, Jackson, En- gineering. PATRICIA BETH ANDREWS, Hayti Mo., Edu- cation, Phi Mu. LARRY LOUIS ANTHONY, Water Valley, Education, Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: MARY EVALYN ANTOON, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. MARGARET RUTH ANTRIM, Jackson, Liberal Arts. BRENDA GAIL ARMSTRONG, Bolton Tenn., Liberal Arts. WILLIAM CLAY ASHFORD, Lambert, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JOHN RAY ATKINSON, Greenwood, Business, Phi Delta Theta. NANCY HOPE BABINGTON, Franklinton La., Education. Fifth Row: JOHN BLYTHE BAGBY, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT EUGENE BAILEY, Hatties- burg, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. VEVERLY ANNE BAIRD, Birmingham Ala., Education, Pi Beta Phi. JACQUELINE KAYE BAKER, Gideon Mo., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY KATHRYN BALCH, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. THOMAS MICHAEL BALDWIN, Canton, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: JANET KATHRYN BALKO, Jackson, Liberal Arts. SAL- LIE DIX BALLARD, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. BEVERLY ANN BANE, Brookhaven, Pharmacy. JOYCE LYNN BANKS, Oxford, Business. WORLEY ANNE BARNES, Shreveport La., Education, Phi Mu. LA NITA RUTH BARNETT, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. Seventh Row: RANDLE BARNETT, Jacksonville Fla., Liberal Arts. MARCIA RUTH BARNEY, Gloster, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. MICHAEL VAN BASINGER, Columbus, Liberal Arts. CAR- OLYN FRANCES BEASLEY, Meadville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. EDGAR C. BEAUMONT, Biloxi, Engineering. SHERRY ANN BECKWITH, Belzoni, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Eighth Row: BONNIE BELL, Duncan, Education, Chi Omega. RICHARD EDWARD BELL, New Albany, Business, Sigma Nu. JAMES HOMER BEST, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. JOHN DOUGLAS BETHAY, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. PEGGY LANIER BIGGERS, Corinth, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. SCOTT GILMER BLACK, JR., Oxford, Business. Ninth Row: SHEILA GAIL BLAINE, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. EDWARD RUSSELL BLAIR, Ill, Oxford, Education, Sigma Nu. FRAN- CES MADREEN BLAKESLEE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. WENDELL LYN BLANKS, Magnolia, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. THOMAS A. BLANTON, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. GEORGE F. Bloss, Ill, Gulfport, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Tenth Row: JOSEPH SLATTERY BOGGESS, Columbus, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. LINDA ELAINE BOUNDS, Jackson, Edu- cation. ELIZABETH T. BOUTON, Germantown Tenn., Edu- cation, Alpha Omicron Pi. RICHARD THURMOND BOWEN, Dyersburg Tenn., Liberal Arts. GUY ALEXANDER BRAD- LEY, Lexington Ky., Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. DIANNE BRANSCOME, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. First Row: CHARLOTTE T. BRASHER, Bruce, Education. WILLIAM CARL BRATTON, Oxford, Pharmacy, Sigma Nu. BRITTON WHEELER BREWER, Marietta Ga., Education, Phi Kappa Tau. GREGORY LEE BREWER, Greenwood, Business. WILLIAM TONY BREWER, Batesville, Education. ROBERT L. BRIDGEFORTH, Como, Education. Second Row: HALLIE GAIL BRIDGES, Belzoni, Liberal Arts. REBECCA JO BRISCOE, Oxford, Education. SUSAN KAYE BRITT, Olive Branch, Education, Kappa Delta. SUSAN ELAINE BROOM, Columbia, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. GERRY WALTER BROOME, Hazlehurst, Engineering. IRIS ADELE BROWN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: LEE OATIS BROWN, Jackson, Liberal Arts. MARSHA LORETTA BROWN, Sevierville Tenn., Education, Alpha Omi cron Pi. MARY CATHERINE BROYLES, N. Little Rock Ark., Pharmacy. WILLIAM EDWARD BRUCE, Meridian, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. NELSON D. BRUNGART, Birming- ham Ala., Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. STEVE H. BRY- AN, Winona, Business, Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: CAROL ANN BUCHANAN, Blytheville Ark., Education, Chi Omega. JIM BRIGHT BUCHANAN, Holly Springs, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PAMELA EWING BU- CHANAN, Alexandria Va., Education, Phi Mu. MARIE E. BUCHBERGER, Booneville, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. BEVERLY HOOD BUEHLER, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MELISSA BUFFALO, Marietta Ga., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Fifth Row: PAULA BUIE, Rayville La., Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. JERRY WAYNE BULLOCK, Cleveland, Business, Sigma Nu. FREDERICK WAYNE BURFORD, Sarah, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. WALTER GUY BURKHALTER, JR., Enid, Business, Sigma Nu. REBECCA JILL BURNS, Brook- haven, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. SUZANNE ALINE CA- BOCHE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Sixth Row: RALPH NORMAN CAGLE, JR., W.P.A.F.B. Ohio, Edu- cation. EMILY ARMSTRONG CALDWELL, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. KATHY LOU CALDWELL, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. GERALD EDWARD CALVASINA, Wilmington Del., Education, Phi Kappa Theta. ESTHER JOSEPHINE CAMPBELL, Boyle, Pharmacy. PAUL DAVIS CANNADA, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. First Row: CHARLIE ALEX CANOVA, JR., Woodville, Pharmacy. ADRANELLE 0. CANTIN, Oxford, Education. JOSEPH RAN- DALL CAPERTON, Louisville, Education. DEMETRIA ANN CAPLES, Thaxton, Education. PAUL WILLIAM CARMEAN, JR., Caruthersville Mo., Business, Kappa Alpha. STEPHEN DALE CARNEY, Memphis Tenn., Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: CYNTHIA ANN CARR, Memphis Tenn., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES MICHAEL CARSON, Batesville, Business, Sigma Nu. ALAN WALKER CARTER, Green- wood, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN S TUBBLEFIELD CARTER, Magee, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. NICK CHARLES CARTER, Clearwater Fla., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. NATALIE LYNN CASE, Hudson Ohio, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Third Row: THOMAS MARSHALL CASEY, Louisville, Pharmacy. NA- POLEON L. CASSIBRY, Ill, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. ANDREW JOSEPH CEFALU, Leland, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. MICHAEL WILLIAM CHADWICK, Walnut Grove, Liberal Arts. WALTER LEE CHAMBERS, Humboldt Tenn, Education. MARY ANN CHANCELLOR, Macon, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Fourth Row: RUPERT LEANDER CHAPMAN, New Albany, Liberal Arts. CEDRIC VAUGHN CHINN, Marks, Pharmacy. WALTER BATES CHRISTIAN, Columbus, Liberal Arts. FAITH MAR- GARET CHURCH, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. CHARLES CLEVELAND CLARK, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. FRANCES BURT CLARK, Houlka, Education. Fifth Row: MELAINE ANN CLARK, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta. CAROLYN SUE CLINTON, Sikeston Mo., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. DONALD R. COLE, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ROBERT BRADY COLE, Boyle, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. JOHN DAVID COLLINS, Jackson, Education. CARO- LYN ANN COLLUMS, Jackson, Engineering. Sixth Row: MARY BETH COLSON, Waveland, Education. LEE ANN COMBS, Natchez, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CAROL CONWAY, Birmingham Ala., Education. DRINDA MARIAN COOK, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. FRENCHIE MILLER COOKE, Seminole Fla., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. STEPHEN SCOTT COOKE, Grenada, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: MARK JEFFERY COREY, Holly Springs, Business, Kap- pa Alpha. CYNTHIA LYNN COUTOUMANOS, New Al- bany, Education. JOHN WALTER COVERT, JR., Meridian, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. WILLIAM D. COVINGTON, JR., Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES JERRY CRAW- FORD, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. DOUGLAS WAYNE CUTRER, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: BARBARA ELLEN DACUS, Kilmichael, Pharmacy, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARSHA KATHERINE DANCY, Crowder, Lib- eral Arts. RICHARD ALFRED DARDEN, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. DAN BERRY DAVIDSON, Ponto- toc, Liberal Arts. DONA B. DAVIS, Columbus, Education, Delta Delta Delta. JANE LUAN DAVIS, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. Ninth Row: PATRICK VINCENT DAVIS, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. ROBERT THURSTON DAVIS, Ill, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HELEN VIRGINIA DAWSON, Meridian, Edu- cation, Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAM MOORE DEAN, Canton, Business, Kappa Alpha. JAMES L. DEAR, Jackson, Liberal Arts. REBECCA LEE DECOUX, McComb, Education, Delta Gamma. Tenth Row: MARY KAY DEERE, Portageville, Education. MARIA CE- CILIA DELGADILLO, Miami Fla., Liberal Arts. MELISSA EDELLE DENHAM, Laurel, Education, Chi Omega. MARY FRANCES DILL, Alligator, Education, Pi Beta Phi. LAW- RENCE CLARK DILLEY, Oxford, Liberal Arts. SUSAN LEE DONAHOWER, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. First Row: SHIRLEY PRIDE DONNELLY, Beaumont Texas, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. CHARLES K. DOOLITTLE, Brookhaven, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. BARRY COLE DOUGLAS, Balboa Canal Zone, Engineering. RALPH HINDMAN DOXEY, Holly Springs, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JANET ANNE DRAUGHON, Greenwood, Education, Pi Beta Phi. DAVID WILLIAM DREHER, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Second Row: ANN CAROL DRIVER, Mason Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. MARGARET EUGENIA DUCKETT, Falls Church Va., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. NANCY SUE DUNN, Grand Junction Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. RICHARD TOWLES DUNN, Rossville Tenn., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. LEW- ELLYN L. DURANT, JR., Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JOHN WALTER EADIE, Alexandria Va., Engineering. Third Row: JERRY AARON EAKIN, McCool, Business. LARRY VANCE EASTERLING, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. HIRAM CHESTER EASTLAND, JR., Doddsville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LINDA DIANNE EDWARDS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. WARREN GEE EDWARDS, JR., Clinton, Liberal Arts. BERT CHARLES EHRHARDT, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: EMILY DIANE EISENHOWER, Crystal Springs, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ROGER LARKIN ELFERT, Greenwood, Busi- ness, Phi Delta Theta. BOBBY GARY ELLIOTT, Crowder, Business. CATHERINE ANN ELLIOTT, Birmingham Ala., Education, Phi Mu. PHYLLIS MARIE ELLIOTT, Ripley, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. MARTHA LYNN ELLIS, Oxford, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fifth Row: ROBERT EUGENE ELLIS, Olive Branch, Business, Beta Theta Pi. MARK JOSEPH ELLZEY, JR., Gulfport, Business. MARY HARTWELL ELY, Shaw, Education, Delta Delta Delta. SHEIDA EMANUEL, Tehran Iran, Liberal Arts. PETER W. ENGELMANN, Princeton N.J., Business. JOHN AUSTIN EVANS, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: KARL EDWARD EVERSMEYER, Greenwood, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. TERRY Q. FARMER, Senatobia, Business. JAMES HENRY FELTMAN, Corinth, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. CAROLE JEANNETTE FERGUSON, Grenada, Pharmacy, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DONALD BRIAN FINLEY, University, Liberal Arts. PATRICIA ANN FLANNIGAN, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. First Row: BETTY LOU FL EMING, Minter City, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. CALVIN ALBERT FLEMING, Lafitte La., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. JOHN MADISON FLOWERS, JR., Terry, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. MEREDITH JANE FOOSE, Tchula, Education, Delta Delta Delta. LARRY ALAN FOSTER, Huntsville Ala., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. PHILLIP CAMPBELL FRATESI, Indianola, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Second Row: CHARLES H. FREDERICK, JR. Corinth, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. CARRIE LYNN JR., Columbus, Education, Phi Mu. REBECCA ANN FUDOLI, Hillsboro III., Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. ROBERT PAUL FULLER, Coldwater, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. MIKE HORNE FURTICK, Corinth, Business, Sigma Nu. JANET CECILIA GANN, luka, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Third Row: JILL GREEN GANN, Corinth, Business. BEHROOZ KARIM GARABAGHI, University, Engineering. DOROTHY BRISCOE GARRARD, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MYRTLE H. GAY, Falkner, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. THOMAS CARTER GERITY, Berkeley Hts. N.J., Pharmacy, Sigma Phi Epsilon. HENRY PARHAM GETER, Woodville, Engineering. Fourth Row: GINGER ANN GHOLSTON, Isola, Education. KAY F. GILLENTINE, Tupelo, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. ELLEN B. GILLESPIE, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LENDER KEITH GILLESPIE, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. SAMUEL DEXTER GIVHAN, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. PATRICK JOHN GLAVEY, Clearwater Fla., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: VIRGINIA CARROLL GLEASON, Crete III., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. STEPHEN WOOD GODBOLD, Jackson, Business, Sigma Chi. REBECCA ANN GORDON, Florence, Education, Kappa Delta. ELIZABETH ANN GOWAN, Jackson, Edu- cation. GEORGE ROBERTSON GOZA, Magnolia, Engineering, Sigma Nu. STEPHEN CRAIG GRACE, Owensboro Ky., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: THOMAS GENE GRAHAM, JR. Memphis Tenn., Pharmacy, Pi Kappa Alpha. INA KATHERINE GRAVES, Brandon, Edu- cation, Delta Gamma. LYDIA COCHRAN GRAVES, Winona, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. MABEL ELIZABETH GRAY, Elkmont Ala., Education, Chi Omega. PATRICIA MERLE GRAY, Elkmont Alabama, Education, Chi Omega. WILLIAM HARVEY GRESHAM, Clarksdale, Business, Phi Delta Theta. Seventh Row: MARY ANN W. GRIESBECK, Memphis Tenn., Education. EDGAR LINDSEY GUNN, Caldwell Ark., Liberal Arts. JO VAREE GUNN, Jackson, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT EUGENE GUNN, Hattiesburg, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi. PATRICIA COLEEN GUY, Tiburon Calif., Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha. STEVEN WILLIAM GUYTON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: DENISE MARLENE HALBACK, Jackson, Liberal Arts. THOMAS ERIC HALE, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM WARREN HALLIDAY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. ELIZABETH ORLENA HAMILTON, Cor- sicana Tex., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. FRED TYSON HAMILTON, Indianola, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. STEP HEN EDWARD HAMRIC, Owensboro Ky., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. Ninth Row: JORDAN HENRY HANKINS, Fulton, Liberal Arts. KERRY MAUREEN HANNAHAN, Columbia, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. SHERRY LYNN HANSON, Memphis Tenn., Education, Phi Mu. GRIZELDA ANN HARGRAVES, Helena Ark. Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. FREDRICK MARION HAFIRELL, Brandon, Business. GEORGE E. HARRELL, JR., Jackson, Business, Delta Psi. Tenth Row: DAVID PATTERSON HARRIS, Glenview III., Liberal Arts. CURTIS BUSH HASTY, III, Birmingham Ala., Business, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM BERNICE HATHORN, Louisville, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM WALTON HATTOX, Pontotoc, Business. LUCY BOWEN HAWKEN, Batesville, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. JACK DAVID HAWKINS, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. First Row: WILLIAM GARY HAWKINS, Canton, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. JOHN DEXTER HAYNES, Baldwyn, Business, Sigma Nu. JOAN ABIGAIL HEALY, Syracuse N.Y., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. RONDY GALE HEAVENER, Baldwyn, Liberal Arts. LESLIE HEFLIN, Jackson, Liberal A rts, Pi Beta Phi. JOHN KENT HENDERSON, Carthage, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. Second Row: MARGARET JANE HENDERSON, Batesville, Education. ROBERT BOBO HENDERSON, Clarksdale, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. GODFRED HENNIG, Ill, Biloxi, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. FRANK B. HERRING, University, Engineer- ing. HELEN DORIS HERRINGTON, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. RONNIE DALE HICKS, Gulfport, Engineering. Third Row: WILLIAM ROGERS HICKS, Laurel, Pharmacy. GUY BERRY HILTON, Jackson, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. RICHARD SCOTT HINES, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. RON- ALD LOUIS HIPP, Oxford, Business. DAVIDSON RALPH HOGUE, Scott, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. ELIZABETH ANN HOLDER, Horn Lake, Education. Fourth Row: SAMUEL WILSON HOLDER, Moss Point, Business, Sigma Nu. WINSTON RONALD HOLLAND, Canton, Business. WILLIAM LARRY HOLMAN, Isola, Engineering. EDWARD HARRIS HOLMES, Clarksdale, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. DIANNE HOOD, Jackson, Education, Pi Beta Phi. OPAL JEAN HOOD, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: MARGARET ELIZABETH HOOK, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. ALI HOOSHMAND, Tehran Iran, Engineering. ROBERT LEE HORTON, Clarksdale, Business. ELIZABETH AGNES HOSEMANN, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHARLES REBECCA HOUSTON, Batesv ille, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. ANN LIE HUANG, University, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: CHARLES P. HUDSON, JR., Canton, Pharmacy, Sigma Nu. JOHN NEWTON HUDSON, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. JAMES VINCENT HUGHES, Vineland N.J., Business. ROBERT V. HUMPHREYS, Humboldt Tenn., Engineering. MARY El AINE HUNTER, Inverness, Education, Delta Delta Delta. PAUL RICHARD HUST, Pascagoula, Business, Kappa Alpha. First Row: DONNA KAY IDOM, Raleigh, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. JANICE SUSAN INGRAM, Memphis Tenn., Education, Phi Mu. WILLIS IVORY, Natchez, Engineering. FRANK PETER IZZO, Pomona N.Y., Education, Phi Kappa Theta. ELIZABETH ANN JACKSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts. MERILYN ANN JACKSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: NAN ELIZABETH JACOB, Forest, Education, Phi Mu. ALBERT JOSEPH JAEGER, JR., Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. GILBERT DELAFAYETTE JAY, W. Memphis Ark., Education, Phi Delta Theta. MARIE JOE, Cleveland, Business. CLYDE C. JOHNSON, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, CYRUS C. JOHNSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Third Row: FRANCIS WJOHNSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JOSEPHINE E. JOHNSON, Dallas Texas, Education, Delta Gamma. NANCY JEAN JOHNSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. THOMAS WALTON JOHNSON, Jacksonville Fla., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega.TRAVIS R. JOHNSON, JR., Grenada, Business, Sigma Chi. VERNELL JOHNSON, Summit, Business. Fourth Row: BERNARD BRYAN JONES, Ill, Tchula, Business, Phi Delta Theta. GEORGE RANDALL JONES, Atlanta Ga., Liberal Arts. KENNETH RENEA JONES, Jackson, Liberal Arts. LYNN DEE JONES, Gulfport, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT CARL JONES, Stringtown, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM VAN JUSTICE, II, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Fifth Row: WARD RANDOLPH KANE, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts. KAREN LARUE KAUFMAN, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. MARGARET ADELE KAZAN, Leland, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARGARET CAROLYN KEEL, Water Valley, Education. BILLIE MARION KENNEDY, McComb, Business. REBECCA RUTH KILGORE, Atlanta Ga., Edu- cation, Phi Mu. Sixth Row: CALA SUE KIMBRIEL, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. FRANCES ELIZABETH KING, Topeka Kansas, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. JERRY NOLAN KING, Merid- ian, Liberal Arts. CRANE DAVIS KIPP, Dallas Texas, Business, Delta Psi. JOHN STEPHEN KIRKLAND, Au- gusta Ga., Business, Sigma Phi Epsion. JAMES MEDLIN KITCHENS, New Albany, Engineering, Sigma Chi. Seventh Row: DAVID SHELBY KNIGHT, N. Little Rock Ark., Business, Kappa Sigma. FRANKLIN EDWARD KNIGHT, Opelika Ala., Liberal Arts. SHERRY LYNNE KNOX, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. KATHERINE R. KOCHTITZKY, Nashville Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. TIMOTHY FRANK KRIEHN, Biloxi, Business, Beta Theta Pi. FRED HOV1ARD KRUTZ, III, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: MORELLA L. KUYKENDALL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega . DAVID DANE LAIR, Charleston Mo., Business, Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT JAMES LANDRY, Biloxi, Busi- ness. THOMAS JEFFREY LARKIN, S. Orange N.J., Liberal Arts. GERALD STEVEN LASSITER, Corinth, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. CLAIRE ANN LATTURE, Hot Springs Ark., Pharmacy, Pi Beta Phi. Ninth Row: VIRGINIA BORLAND LAUER, Geneva III., Education. PETER SHIU WANG LAW, Kowloon Hong Kong, Engineering. HAROLD BROOKS LEASURE, JR., Madisonville Ky., Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. THOMAS EVERARD LEE, Caracas Vene- zuela, Business. ROBERT ALDRIDGE LESTER, Jackson, Business. LINDA LAFAYE LEVVIS, Kosciusko, Education. Tenth Row: EAMY LYNN LITTLE, Montgomery Ala., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. GEORGE ANNE LITTLEJOHN, New Albany, Liberal Arts. CHRISTOPHER F. LLANO, Takoma Park Md., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. N. DIANNE LOGAN, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. EMILY CAROL LONG, Brag- gadocio Mo., Education, Delta Gamma. MARGARET LOIS LOOMIS, Sweetwater Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. First Row: MARTHA LEE LOVE, Oxford, Education. MOLISSIA ANN LOVELADY, Oxford, Education, Phi Mu. WARREN McGEE LUDLAM, Jackson, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JO ANN LUKE, Jackson, Education, Kappa Delta. MARSHA ANN LUNCEFORD, Birmingham Ala. Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. GLENN TRAVELER LUNSFORD, Maxwell A.F.B. Ala., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Second Row: PHILIP LYNN MADDEN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. MARILYN MAJORS, Jackson, Education, Kappa Delta. THOMAS EDWARD MALEY, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. EDWARD CHARLES MALONEY, Jackson, Business, Sigma Nu. HELEN DAYTON MANIER, Nashville Tenn., Education, Chi Omega. CHERYL RENEE MARTIN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Third Row: MARY SMITH MARTIN, Mobile Ala., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT CLYDE MASSEY, W. Memphis Ark., Business. PAULA MAURINE MATHERNE, Alexandria La., Liberal Arts. NANCY PATRICE MAULDIN, McComb, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. HARRIETT LOUISE MAY, Caruthersville, Mo., Education, Pi Beta Phi. HENRY RAY- MOND MAYER, McComb, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: KENNETH MAYFIELD, Okolona, Liberal Arts. MARGARET E. MAYFIELD, Shreveport La., Education, Delta Delta Delta. FELICIA JANE MAYO, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LAWRENCE JAMES McAlpin, Sanatorium, Edu- cation. JIMMY STEPHEN McANALLY, Belmont, Liberal Arts. CHARLES PATRICK McCARTY, Auburndale Fla., Education. Fifth Row: WILLIAM BONNER McCARTY, Jackson, Business, Delta Psi. THOMAS EDWARD McCLANAHAN, Woodbury N.J., Engineering. REBECCA L. McCORMICK, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MARY HELEN McCOSTLIN, Bruce, Pharmacy. PATRICIA YVONNE McCOY, Natchez, Liberal Arts. DONNA SUE McCRAW, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: ROBERT BRUCE McCRORY, Mobile Ala., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM M. McDONALD, Clarksdale, Business. WILLIAM E. McFARLAND, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JANICE McGAUGHY, Ashland, Business. JOHN DIXON McGEE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. EDWARD HENDER- SON McGEHEE, Philadelphia Pa., Education. First Row: MARY BRYAN McGEHEE, Meadville, Education, Pi Beta Phi. MARY LILLIAN McGRAW, Louisville, Education, Delta Delta Delta. STEVAN MICHAEL McKENZIE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. JAMES W. McLAUGHLIN, JR., Hatties- burg, Business. JAMES DAN McLEOD, Petal, Liberal Arts. Alpha Tau Omega. JOY MARTER McMAHAN, Grenada, Education. Second Row: KEVIN WILLIAM McMAHON, Avon Conn., Education. MARY JON McMANUS, Biloxi, Education. WILLIAM JEF- FERSON McVEY, Lambert, Business. GORDON HILL MEADOR, Jackson, Business, Delta Psi. MARTHA JANE MERRELL, Vicksburg, Business. CHARLES SHIVERS MET- CALFE, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. Third Row: MARSHA JANE METTS, Oxford, Liberal Arts. DARLA JEANNE MICCI, Memphis Tenn., Lib eral Arts, Pi Beta Phi. CHERI SUZZANE MILEY, Jackson, Education. LYNN REESE MILLER, Lookout Mt. Tenn., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. PAULA LOUISE MILLER, Sarasota Fla., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. CAROL GAIL MINKLEY, Orlando Fla., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: JANE MITCHELL, University, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARTHA LOIS MITCHELL, Oxford, Liberal Arts. SARAH BLAINE MITCHELL, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. WILLIE F. MITCHELL, Abbeville, Business. SUE ELLEN MIZE, Oxford, Business, Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT AUSTIN MONROE, Madison, Education. Fifth Row: MICHAEL RICHARD MONTEE, Pensacola Fla., Business. WILLIAM WRIGHT MONTJOY, Greenwood, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BENJAMIN ALLEN MOORE, Byhalia, Engineering. DON WILSON MOORE, Jacksonkson, Busi- ness, Pi Kappa Alpha. SYLVIA KAY MOORHEAD, Oxford, Education. SALLY BAIRD MOREHEAD, Greenwood, Edu- cation, Pi Betp Phi. Sixth Row: CLIFFORD SCOTT MORRIS, Myrtle, Education. JAMES WILLARD MORRIS, III, Jackson, Education, Phi Delta Theta. TERRY BAIRD MORRIS, Oxford, Engineering. ROBERS H. MORRISON, JR., Nashville Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CATHY ANNETTE MOSAL, Jack- son, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. RONALD DAVID MOSES, Vicksburg, Business. Seventh Row: CATHERINE MARI E MOSS, Brandon, Education, Pi Beta Phi. DALTON McBEE MOUNGER, Jackson, Business, Phi Delta Theta. MELODY ELIZABETH MYRICK, Columbus, Education, Delta Gamma. RHODA RUTH NAFF, Memphis Tenn.y Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. ELLEN LACY NANCE, Clarksdale, Education, Chi Omega. WILLIAM EDWARD NA- PIER, Memphis Tenn., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. Eighth Row: SALLY GALBRAITH NASH, Corinth, Education, Chi Omega. DOUGLAS A. NASIF, Port Gibson, Liberal Arts. GHOLAM REZA NAVIDI, University, Engineering. JOSEPH MORGAN NEBLETT, Coahoma, Liberal Arts. JOHN CHALMERS NEILL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. LINDA MARIE NELSON, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. Ninth Row: SARA CAROL NICHOLS, Canton, Education, Delta Delta Delta. SHERYL NICHOLSON, Memphis Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. CAROLYN LANTIS NICKLES, Jackson, Edu- cation. GEORGE W. NOEL, JR., Huntsville Ala., Business. PETE JOSEPH NOSSER, Ill, Vicksburg, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. HELEN CAROL NOYES, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Tenth Row: KAREN JEAN ODONNELL, Naugatuck Conn., Liberal Arts. VIRGINIA MARY OKEEFE, Biloxi, Education. DAVID MI- CHAEL ORF, Caracas Venezuela, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. DEBBIE LYNN OSER, Picayune, Education, Kappa Delta. ROXANNE ELIZABETH OWEN, Marks, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. STEPHANIE OWEN, Nashville Tenn., Edu- cation. First Row: TIMOTHY WILLIAM PACE, Aberdeen, Business, Beta Theta Pi. LINDA MAE PALMER, Dexter, Mo., Education. JUDY ANN PALMERTREE, Oxford, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM AUSTIN PARCHMAN, Clarksdale, Education, Delta Kappa Epsilon. BONNIE JEAN PARISH, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. PATRICIA ANNE PARMAN, Nash- ville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: JAMES R. PATTERSON, JR., Oxford, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM DAVID PAYNE, Greenville, Liberal Arts. DOROTHY LEE PEGUES, Etta, Liberal Arts. MARY ELLEN PELA, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. JAMES BECK PEMBERTON, Mosspoint, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. THOMAS J. PENNE- BAKER, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. Third Row: CONNIE MARIE PENSYL, Bethesda Md., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. JERRY LYNN PETTIT, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. OTTO EARL PETTIT, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts. MADE- LINE C. PHILLIPS, Canton, Education, Chi Omega. MINNA IRENE PHILLIPS, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. CAROLE PIGFORD, Meridian, Education, Phi Mu. Fourth Row: KAREN MICHELE PILGREEN, Brookhaven, Education, Pi Beta Phi. MARGARET PITTMAN, Greenwood, Education, Phi JOHNATHAN SCOTT POLK, Jackson, Education. ROSA JOSEPHINE POOLE, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. MICHAEL EVANS POSEY, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. LAURIE JEAN POWEL, Memphis Tenn., Education, Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: WALTER VAN POWER, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. DANIEL GARLAND POWERS, Natchez, Business, Kappa Sigma. KENNETH EDWIN PREWETT, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. DAVIDSON H. PREWITT, Tillar Ark., Business, Sigma Nu. JULIAN JONES PREWITT, Memphis Tenn., Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. KATHERINE ELIZABETH PRICE, Lyon, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Sixth Row: MARY MARGARET PRICE, Chattanooga Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. DONALD KEITH PRIESTLEY, Greenfield Tenn., Education. DEANA LYNN PRITCHARD, Ft. Thomas Ky., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. JOHN EARL PRITCH- ARD, JR., Pass Christian, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. PAULA SUSAN PRYOR, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. GEORGE ISHEE PUCKETT, Magee, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. First Row:. JAMES STEPHEN PURDON, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. CATH- ERINE BURDETTE QUIN, Vicksburg, Education, Chi•Omega. JOHN WILLIAMS QUINN, Clinton III., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SHUN WING QUON, Inverness, Liberal Arts. NEVA VANE RAGLAND, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. KENNETH BELL RAIGINS, Prairie, Liberal Arts. Second Row: REBECCA INEZ RAMER, Corinth, Education, Delta Gamma. LARHONDA LOUISE RAMSEY, Water Valley, Education. KAMRAN RASOULI , Tehran Iran, Engineering. BARBARA ANN RAWLS, Jackson, Education. JOSEPH REARDON, Clarksdale, Education, Phi Delta Theta. JOHN MARSTON RICHARD, Russellville Ky., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. Third Row: JAMES DEE RICHARDSON, JR., Memphis Tenn., Engineer- ing. ROBERT GEORGE RICKS, Cleveland, Engineering, Delta Psi. CECILY ROBBINS, Edwards, Education, Delta Delta Delta. LAURA LYNN ROBERSON, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. ELLIS EUGENE ROBERTS, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts. HENRIEESE ROBERTS, Winona, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: KENNETH EUGENE ROBERTS, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. LANIE THOMAS ROBERTS, Yazoo City, Education. LUCILE B. ROBERTS, Lebanon Tenn., Edu- cation, Delta Delta Delta. JOHN MICHAEL ROBISON, Hernando, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOHN DAVISON ROGERS, Marlin Texas, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WALTER COURTS ROGERS, Clarksdale, Pharmacy. Fifth Row: WILLIAM WYATT ROGERS, Meridian, Education. RICHARD BLAIR ROPER, Jackson, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. ELIZABETH LEE ROSS, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta. RAY WILSON ROSSER, Somerville Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. SUSAN SCOTT RUSHTON, Tunica, Edu- cation, Delta Gamma. ELIZABETH ANNE RUSS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: CHARLES HENRY RUSSELL, II, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. CHARLSIE LUCRETIA RUSSELL, Madison, Liberal Arts. DAVE ALAN RUSSELL, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. JOHN FIACKETT RUSSELL, Franklin Tenn., Liberal Arts. JOHN PATTON SADLER, Huntsville Ala., Business. CHERYL PHILENE SALVO, Jackson, Education. Seventh Row: CHERRI WAYNETTE SANDERS, Kosciusko, Liberal Arts JOHN PETTEY SANDIFER, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. CHARLES M. SAUCIER, Gulfport, Business, Delta Psi. MARGARET W. SCARBOROUGH, Shreveport La., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CANDACE DELANEY SCHENK, Tiptonville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. EDWARD LOGAN SCOTT, Drew, Business. Eighth Row: SUSAN SALISBURY SCOTT, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. DENNIS MICHAEL SEAT, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts. CHARLES FRANKLIN SELLERS, Harrisonburg Va., Liberal Arts. WILLIAM WINSYL SELMAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. MALCOLM S. SHARP, Canton Ohio, Busi- ness. SUSAN HUNTER SHELBY, Charleston Mo., Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ninth Row: LEE EDWARD SHELTON, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. MARY CORINNE SHELTON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. DEAN AVERY SHEPARD, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. JACK AUSTIN SHEPARD, JR., Columbia, Pharmacy, Alpha Tau Omega. JANA LEE SHID- ELER, Sardis, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. THADDUS A. SIM- MONS, McComb, Liberal Arts. Tenth Row: THOMAS LYNN SIMMONS, Memphis Tenn., Business. CORLEA JEANNE SIMS, Blytheville Ark., Education, Delta Delta Delta. LISA SIMS, Columbia, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ANNA KARINE SMITH, Poplarville, Education, Chi Omega. CAROLYN MARIE SMITH, Myrtle, Business. CHARLES LYNN SMITH, Tylertown, Pharmacy. First Row: DOYLE PRESTON SMITH, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts. FORD WOOLEY SMITH, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. LARRY EDGAR SMITH, Water Valley, Business. LINDA EUGENIA SMITH, Canton, Education, Delta Delta Delta. MARTHA SUSAN SMITH, Clinton, Education. META WIL- BURN SMITH, Corpus Christi Texas, Education, Delta Gamma. Second Row: SANDRA SUE SMITH, Coldwater, Education, Delta Delta Delta. K. INETTE SNEED, Oxford, Education. JUDITH CAROL SPARKS, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. RICH- ARD ALAN SPURLOCK, Rockville Md., Engineering. JOHN CLEMENT STALLWORTH, Columbus, Liberal Arts. VICKI STANNARD, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu . Third Row: MARTHA SUSAN STEEN, Booneville, Liberal Arts. GARY OTTO STERN, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. JACK K. STEVENS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. GEORGE BRUNUS STEW- ART, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. MILTON MONROE STEWART, Jackson, Liberal Arts. RAYMOND LON STEWART, Laurel, Business, Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: ANITA JEAN STIEDLE, Gulfport, Education, Kappa Delta. GUY MILTON STIGALL, JR., Gulfport, Business. MAL- COLM DENNIS STILL, New Albany, Education, Sigma Nu. RITA ELIZ STONEBRAKER, Akron Ohio, Education, Delta Delta Delta. CHERYL ANN STREICHER, Memphis Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. ARTHUR RALPH STROUD, JR., Salem Ark., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. Fifth Row: ANN MARIE SUARES, Greenville, Education, Delta Delta Delta. MARIAN RUTH SUDDUTH, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. BRENDA JOYCE SULLIVAN, Myrtle, Business. CHARLES LESTER SULLIVAN, Clarksdale, Business. ROBERT M. SURATT, Water Valley, Liberal Arts. DAVID CARL SWINK, Farmington Mo., Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: ELIZABETH JOANNE TALBERT, Oxford, Liberal Arts. PATRICIA MELLOR TEAGUE, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LINDA LOUISE TEMPLE, Alexandria Va., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. ROBERT LEROY TEMPLE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. MARILYN DENT TER- RY, Vicksburg, Education, Kappa Delta. SHERYL SUZANNE THENA, Westfield N.J., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. First Row: JOHN SIMEON THERRELL, Ill, Aberdeen, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. MONROE DAVID THIGPEN, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. EVA LAURA THOMAS, Laurel, Education, Delta Gamma. NANCY BALDWIN THORN, Jackson, Education, Kappa Delta. JULIA HARMON THORN- TON, Shreveport La., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. GARY DALE THRASH, Jackson, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Second Row: CHARLES LOWELL THREET, JR., Florence Ala., Liberal Arts. JANET TINSLEY, Amory, Business. ELIZABETH G. TOLER, Kansas City Mo., Education, Pi Beta Phi. ANNE GOREE TOMLINSON, Chattanooga Tenn., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARY ARDIS TOOKE, Shreveport La., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. MARY JEAN TREACE, German- town Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. Third Row: SIDNEY STRATTON TRIMBLE, Natchez, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma. THOMAS MURRAY TUBB, West Point, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM ROBERT TUBBS, Etta, Liberal Arts. DAN TYREE TUCKER, Oxford, Engineer- ing, Phi Kappa Psi. HILDA KAY TUCKER, Tunica, Edu- cation, Chi Omega. JOHN ASA TUCKER, JR., Batesville, Business. Fourth Row: MICHAEL E. TURBEVILLE, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. ANGELA JUANITA TURNER, Oxford, Business. HARRY LELAND TURNER, JR. Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, , , Phi Kappa Tau. THOMAS ARNOLD TURNER, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. MICHAEL EDWIN TWENTE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. WANDA UN- DERWOOD, Winona, Education, Phi Mu. Fifth Row: JANE PUTNAM VANDIVORT, Sikeston Mo., Education. CARL RANDLE VOYLES, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JAMES RAYBURN WALKER, JR., Jackson, Business. RICHARD BOYCE WALKER, Sarasota Fla., Business, Phi Delta Theta. WANDA JO WALKER, Moss Point, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM ARCHIE WALKER, Clarksdale, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: ALMA JOYCE WALLER, Oxford, Education, Alpha Xi Delta. CHARLES G. WALSH, Jackson, Business, Pi Kap- pa Alpha. JANET KATHARINE WARD, Jackson, Edu- cation. RUFUS ALEXANDER WARD, Columbus, Education, Delta Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM McDONALD WATKINS, Madison, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. KEITH WAYNE WEAVER, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: JAMES AUSTIN WHEELER, Columbus Ohio, Engineering, Sigma Pi. JAMES HENRY WHITE, JR., Germantown Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Theta. PATRICIA WHITE, Gulfport, Education, Chi Omega. ROBERT BLAKE WHITE, Bolivar Tenn., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. DAVID LYNN WICKER, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. DEBORAH JEAN WIDNER, Fayetteville Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Eighth Row: JANALEE HOLLEY WILKINS, Corinth, Liberal Arts. PRIS- CILLA ANN WILKINS, McLean V., Business, Alpha Delta Pi. ARTHUR PEARCE WILLIAMS, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. BARBARA E. WILLIAMS, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. DAVID CHARLES WIL- LIAMS, Newark Del., Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. ELIZABETH ANN WILLIAMS, Bruce, Education. Ninth Row: KATHRYN FUGATE WILLIAMS, Hazlehurst, Business, Delta Gamma. DEBORAH KAY WIMBERLY, University, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. PATRICIA ANN WING, Sledge, Liberal Arts. TERRY LEA WINGO, Collierville Tenn., Education, Delta Gamma. CAROLYN BLEWETT WINTERS, Natchez, Education, Delta Gamma. KAREN LAURENE WITT, Tupelo, Business, Alpha Delta Pi. Tenth Row: JOHN THOMAS WOHLGEMUTH, Jackson, Business. DEBORAH CLARE WOLFE, Columbia, Education, Kappa Delta. PAMELA ANN WOLFE, Columbia S.C., Business. JULIA BARBORO WOOD, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER WOOD, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. RUTH DILLARD WOOD, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. First Row: DAN MORSE WOODLIFF, Jackson, Business, Phi Delta Theta JOHN CLIFTON WOOLLEY, Memphis Tenn., Busi- ness, Phi Kappa Psi. THOMAS FRANKLIN WOOTEN, JR., Collierville Tenn., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. MARGARET LEE WORD, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JEFFERSON M. WORLEY, Indianola, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. ANTHONY GAIL WORSHAM, Charleston, Education. Second Row: JANIS LYNN WORTHEN, Tupelo, Education, Delta Delta Delta. ELIZABETH ANN YOUNG, Murfreesboro Tenn., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT P. YOUNG, Crawfordsville Ark., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. YAZDANI FATHALI ZAND, University, Engineering. HALLYE ELIZABETH ZERINGER, Metairie La., Liberal Arts. First Row: DAVID LEE ABEL, Eustis Lake Fla., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. CHERYL DIANE ADAMS, Birmingham Ala., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. DONALD JOE ADAMS, Coffeeville, Engineering. MOIRA M. ADDINGTON, Annan- dale Va., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. PHYLLIS GAIL AINSWORTH, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. JAN CAROL ALBRITON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: KEITH EUGENE ALDRIDGE, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. SAMMY WAYNE ALDRIDGE, West, Liberal Arts. CHARLES H. ALEXANDER, JR. Houston, Business. AMY KAY ALLEN, Indianola, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. ELLEN JO ALLEN, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. PATRICIA LYNN ALLEN, Philadelphia, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Third Row: ROBERT MARTIN ALLEN, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts. S ' NEY PERRY ALLEN, Indianola, Business, Sigma Alpha Eps, Ion. WILLIAM HENRY ALLEN, JR., Belzoni, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAM HORACE ALLEN, Lula, Busi- ness, Phi Delta Theta. MARGUERITE DIANE ALTICK, Mem- phis Tenn., Education, Phi Mu. ELIZABETH ELLEN AM- BROSE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Pi Beta Phi. Fourth Row: CHARLES F. ANEPOHL, Ill, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. BARBARA ANN ARMOUR, Sikeston Mo., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. REBECCA PEARL ARMSTRONG, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. LYNNE SANDRA ARNAULT, Weir, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM THOMAS AR- NOLD, II, Effingham III., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. VIRGIL EUGENE ARRINGTON, Coffeeville, Business. Fifth Row: ANDY L. ASHFORD, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JENNIFER DELL ASSAF, McComb, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. LINDA JOYCE AVANT, Senatobia, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM McNEIL AYRES, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. DEBORAH JANE BAILEY, Carthage, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. ELIZABETH ANN BAILEY, Memphis Tenn., Education, Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: LONNIE DAVID BAILEY, Shelby, Liberal Arts. NOEL BUSH BAILEY, Memphis Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. STEPHEN MICHAEL BAILEY, Jackson, Liberal Arts. JONELL BAKER, Batesville, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. DAINIS BARENIS, Greenville, Liberal Arts. PRISCILLA L. BARKSDALE, Duncan, Education, Chi Omega. Seventh Row: BEVERLY JANE BARNES, Port Gibson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LANELL BARNES, Shreveport La., Education, Phi Mu. JANET ELAINE BARNETT, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LAWRENCE STEWART BARR, Mil- waukee Wis., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT HOL- COMB BASS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. MI- CHAEL RAYMOND BASTARI, Indianola, Business, Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: JOE ROBERT BATTS, Lamar, Liberal Arts. STEVIE LYNN BAUGHER, Manila Ark., Liberal Arts. DONALD RAYMOND BEADLE, Nashville Tenn., Business. DEBORAH FRANCES BEAN, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. LUCINDA JEAN BEARD, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts. LANA SHARON BEASLEY, Houston, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: MARIE ELIZABETH BEASLEY, Brookhaven, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARGARET LUCY BECKER, Fayetteville Tenn., Business. JUDITH ANNE BECKMAN, Ashville Ohio, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. DELORES FAYE BEEMAN, Coffee- ville, E ngineering. BRENDA SUE BELL, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. SHARON ELAINE BELL, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Tenth Row: JOSEPH KETHLEY BENDZANS, Laurel, Liberal Arts. BEV- ERLY FAYE BENNETT, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. GARY DALE BENNETT, Carrolton, Pharmacy. JOHN CLARENCE BENNETT, Mt. Pleasant Tenn., Education. PATSY JOYCE BENNETT, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. BETSY BERNARDINI, Fort Thomas Ky., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. First Row: GREGORY LEO BERRY, Jackson, Liberal Arts. THOMAS ESTON BERRY, Fort Smith Ark., Business. BONNIE ROY BEVERIDGE, Atlanta Ga., Education. ROBERT ALANSON BIGGS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. IRVIN ALBERT BITTLE, Philadelphia Pa., Education, Phi Kappa Theta. CHARLES FRANCIS BLACK, Wyckoff N.J., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Second Row: DOUGLAS MARCEL BLACK, Sheffield Ala., Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Psi. HARRIET ELIZ BLACK, Jackson, Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. MARY PATRICIA BLEDSOE, Biloxi, Education, Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT BLEVINS, Biloxi, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. PHILLIP DENNIS BO- GARD, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. MARTHA CAMILLA BOLCH, Shreveport La., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: HUGH JAMES BOONE, Grenada, Business, Sigma Chi. THOMAS GREY BORDEN, JR., Randolph A.F.B. Texas, Engineering. CHERYL ANN BOSWELL, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. EILEEN READER BOTELER, Laurel, Education, Chi Omega. MARGARET AMANDA BOTELER, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. DEBORAH LYNN BOTHE, Waveland, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: BARBARA JO BOTTO, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. CATHERINE ANN BOUDREAUX, Metairie La., Pharmacy, Zeta Tau Alpha. NEHEMIAH BOWDRE, Hernando, Business. ROBERT OWEN BOWEN, Richton, Business. ROBERT ALLAN BOYD, Waveland, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JANE TUCKER BRADLEY, Houston Texas, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fifth Row: THOMAS CHARLES BRADLEY, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts. JAMES OBANNON BRADY, Lorman, Business, Kappa Alpha. BRENDA SUSAN BRAMLETT, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. ELIZABETH ANN BRAMLETT, Bobo, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. MARY LOVE BRANDON, Spring- field Tenn., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. JEFFERY ELLIOT BRANTLEY, Marianna Ark., Pharmacy. Sixth Row: WILLIAM CREWS BRANTON, Lookout Mt. Tenn., Busi- ness. PATRICIA NELL BRASSEL, Oxford, Education. BEV- ERLY BENSON BREWER, Coffeeville, Liberal Arts. JAMES DANIEL BREWER, Oxford, Pharmacy. JOHN ALLEN BRID- GERS, Ill, Belzoni, Business, Kappa Alpha. THERESA K. BRIDGFORTH, Pickens, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. Seventh Row: ED SMITH BRINGARDNER, Lexington Ky., Business, Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM GEORGE BROCKMAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. JOHN TAMBERLAIN BROWN, Muskogee Oklahoma, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. THOMAS EDWARD BROWN, Oxford, Business. WILLIAM THOMAS BROWN, Ill, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. JEWEL DUWANE BRUMFIELD, Kokomo, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. Eighth Row: THAD ROBINSON BRUMFIELD, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. BETTY ANN BRYANT, Mize, Liberal Arts. MINOR FERRIS BUCHANAN, Holly Springs, Business, Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. EDWARD AYLETTE BUCKNER, Vicks- burg, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. ERNEST BERNARD BUEHLER IV, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. BETTY ANN BURKETT, Crystal Springs, Education, Kappa Delta. Ninth Row: ANNA LOUISE BURKLE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. VAN ROBINSON BURNHAM, Clarksdale, Lib- eral Arts, Sigma Chi. RHONDIE HAROLD BURNS, Bald- wyn, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. BEVERLY ANN BUSBY, Jackson, Pharmacy. ELIZABETH ARLEDIA BUSH, Ackson, Pharmacy. CAROLE JEAN BUTLER, University, Business, Delta Gamma. Tenth Row: CATHIE BASS BUTLER, Hazlehurst, Education, Delta Delta Delta. GRANVILLE WAYNE BUTLER, Alligator, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. TERRY A. BYARS, Aberdeen, Pharmacy. CARO- LYN ANN CALDWELL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. MARIE ELAINE CALDWELL, Crystal Springs, Edu- cation, Delta Delta Delta. SUSAN ANN CALVERT, Crow- der, Education. First Row: GUY DOUGLAS CAMPBELL, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. ROBERT LEE CAMPBELL, IV, Memphis Tenn., Busi- ness. JAMES THOMAS CANIZARO, Vicksburg, Business, Kappa Sigma. MARION STEWART CANTY, Louisville, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. CAROLYN SUE CAPPAERT, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. JUDY EDWINA CARDWELL, Oxford, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: COURTNEY CARMICHAEL, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. BARBARA ANN CARTER, Olive Branch, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. JOHN EDINGTON CARTER, Vardaman, Pharmacy. RALPHOEL JAMES CARTER, Osyka, Business. KATHRYN COLLEEN CARVER, Dallas Texas, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. PHILIP RAY CASH, Vernon Ala., Business. Third Row: LOUIS PATRICK CASHMAN, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. BARBARA ANN CASSADY, Gulfport, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta. WILLIAM H. CATCHINGS, JR., Wood- ville, Pharmacy. JOHN SCOBEY CHAMBLISS, Memphis Tenn., Engineering. BETTY BARNER CHAMPION, Green- ville, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. STEPHEN THOMAS CHA- NEY, Demopolis Ala., Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. Fourth Row: DAVID OTTO CHASTAIN, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. MICHAEL COLIN CHATHAM, Memphis Tenn., Engineering. CHUN HOY CHEW, Vicksburg, Business. ROBERT BOSTICK CHILDERS, New Albany, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. CANDACE CHRISHOLM, Winona, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. RE- BECCA JANE CHURCH, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: GRADY MIMS CLARK, JR., Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. ROBERT R. CLAUER, JR., Nashville Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. ALTA KATE COATS, Starkville, Liberal Arts. HENRY RIGHTOR COBB, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. WALTER RODNEY COCHRAN, Jackson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. WILFORD QUALLS COLE, Ill, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: JAMES EMMETT COLLIER, Brandon, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. PENNY JANELLE COLLIER, Batesville, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta. DAVID LEE COLLINS, New Albany, Liberal Arts. JAMES RUPERT COLLINS, New Albany, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. LINDA KAY COMER, Mem- phis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. WALTER ED- WARD COMMANDER, SSY A.P.O. New York, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Seventh Row: ALASON CONNELL, Ft. Worth Texas, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. DOUGLAS LEE COOK, Morton, Pharmacy. GARY MALONE COOK, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. MINTON FLOYD COOPER, Jackson, Business, Kappa Sigma. PAUL ROY COOPER, Marietta Ohio, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT FRANKLIN COOPER, Jack- son, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Eighth Row: LAURENCE BRIAN COPE, Washington D.C., Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. RANDALL MEAD CORBAN, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CARROLL CLARK CORLEY, Taylorsville, Business, Sigma Nu. ROBERT THOMAS CORNELIUS, New Albany, Business, Sigma Nu. ANNE OLIVIA COTTEN, Oxford, Liberal Arts. JAMES RICHARD COX, Tunica, Pharmacy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ninth Row: JOHN JEFFREY COX, Sikeston Mo., Pharmacy. M. CARO- LYN COX, Birmingham Ala., Liberal Arts. CYNTHIA SU- ZANNE COXWELL, Waynesboro, Education, Kappa Delta. RICHARD MARVIN CRAWFORD, Hernando, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CAROL JEAN CREWS, Laurel, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. COLIE EDWARD CRUTCHER, Handsboro, Liberal Arts. Tenth Row: DOUGLAS WAYNE CUMMINGS, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. KATHERINE ANN CUMMINS, Pensacola Fla., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. EDWIN MORROW CURRIE, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. MARILYN LEE DAHL, Columbus A.F.B., Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. CYNTHIA LEE DANIEL, Memphis Tenn., Business, Phi Mu. JOSEPH HAWKINS DANIEL, Fulton, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. First Row: GLENDA KAY DANIELS, Oxford, Business. HAR NARAIAN DASHAIRYA, University, Engineering. DEBRA DAVIDSON, University, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. STEPHEN HUNTLEY DAVIDSON, Olive Branch, Business. CAREY GEORGE DAVIS, Nashville Tenn., Business. CARL CUTHBERT DAVIS, JR., Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. Second Row: ELIZABETH LEE DAVIS, Greenwood, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. GARY PATRICK DAVIS, Woodville, Phar- macy. GEORGE FREDERICK DAVIS, Jackson, Business. JAMES TYNDAL DAVIS, JR., New Albany, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. JOHN PATRICK DAVIS, Albany Ga., Liberal Arts. JOHN ANDREW DAWSON, Winchester Ohio, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Third Row: DAVID MICHAEL DEALY, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DEBORAH ANN DEAN, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. REGINALD E. DEARMAN, Merid- ian, Business, Beta Theta Pi. ANSELM JOSEPH DEES , JR., Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. JOHN STEPHEN DEES, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. DAVID PAUL DENNY, Ill, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: CHARLES WILLIAM DENTON, Marks, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. ROBERT LOUIS DENTON, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. CATHY LOUISE DERNONCOURT, Smith- ville Mo., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHARLES LYNN DESPORTE, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. DANNY HUGH DICKEY, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. SUSAN DEANNE DIEBOLT, Memphis Tenn., Education. Fifth Row: WILLIAM W. DILLARD, Dallas Texas, Business, Sigma Chi. CAROL ANN DILLREE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. CYNTHIA ANN DIXON, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. SUSIE DONAHUE, Enter- prise Ala., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. LARRY GENE DONALD, Jackson, Liberal Arts. RONALD DONG, Tutwiler, Pharmacy. Sixth Row: WILLIAM EDWARD DOSSETT, Jackson, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. JOHN EDWARD DOUGHER, Bay St. Louis, Business. ALAN P. DOUGLASS, Lexington Ky., Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. GREGORY ALAN DRAKE, Greenwood, Liberal Arts. LINDA DRIBBEN, Greenwood, Education, Delta Gamma. JOHN JACKSON DRIVER, Lexington S.C., En- gineering. Seventh Row: DARYL AVEN DRYDEN, Moss Point, Liberal Arts. JAMES RANDOLPH DUBOSE, Webster Mo., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM KENDEL DUKE, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. DIXIE DEWEESE DUNAVANT, Memphis, Tenn., Education, Chi Omega. GARY WAYNE DUNAVANT, Memphis, Tenn., Business. MARILYN DUNA- VANT, Millington Tenn., Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: MARTIN EDWARD DUPONT, Thibodaux La., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LARRY CARROLL DUPREE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. THOMAS SIMMONS DURHAM, Bardstown Ky., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. TER- ESA LORENE DYRE, Grenada, Education, Phi Mu. WILLIAM BENNETT EARNHEART, Tunica, Liberal Arts. MICHAEL EUGENE EARWOOD, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. Ninth Row: ERWIN MOONEY EASLEY, Clarksdale, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILSON ROBERTSON EATHERLY, Green- ville, Business, Phi Delta Theta. CHARLES RICE EAVES, Greenville Ky., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. ROBERT LYMAN ECKLES, Springfield Tenn., Pharmacy, Alpha Tau Omega. MARY CATHERINE EDGINGTON, Long Beach, Liberal Arts. DONNA RUTH EDWARDS, Oxford, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Tenth Row: MARY KATHERINE EDWARDS, Lula, Education, Chi Ome- ga. BETTYE FAYE ELLIS, Jackson, Liberal Arts. DONNA CHRISTINE ELLIS, Clarksdale, Education, Kappa Delta. IDA KATHRYN ELLIS, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. PAUL WILLIAM ELLIS, Lexington, Liberal Arts. BARBARA ANN ELLISTON, Nashville Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. JOAN CURTIS ENGRAM, Biloxi, Education. GENA ANNE ENLOW, Mooreville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. SALLY JO EPPERSON, Mt. Vernon, Ill., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. PAUL RAMAGE ETHRIDGE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. CAROLYN ELAINE EVANS, Henderson Ky., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. JAMES CURTIS EVANS, Holly Springs, Liberal Arts. Second Row: THERON EVANS, JR., Newton, Pharmacy. TERRY CAL- VIN EWERT, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. NICHOLAS PATRICK FAHEY, Jacksonville Fla., Liberal Arts. JEAN FALKNER, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. ELIZA- BETH MULLEN FANCHER, Canton, Business, Chi Omega. DAVID GAVIN FAWCETT, Oxford, Business, Kappa Sigma. Third Row: RONALD MARTIN FEDER, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. ELIZABETH ANN FELTENSTEIN, Meridian, Education, Delta Delta Delta. GEORGE ALFRED J. FENGER, Oxford, Business. NATHANIEL E. FENTRESS, Gulfport, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. JAMES DANIEL FER- GUSON, Hernando, Business. LINDA ELIZABETH FERRELL, Memphis Tenn. Pharmacy, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: MARY MARGARET FIELDS, Tiptonville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. MARGARET M. FILLEBROWN, Nashville Tenn., Education, Alpha Delta Pi. PATRICIA KAY FINCH, Boone- ville, Educati on. DEBRA JANE FISHER, Paducah Ky., Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. PAMELA FITZGERALD, Fay- etteville Tenn., Education. DEBORAH ANNETTE FLEMING, Byhalia, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: JOHN CALVIN FLEMING, JR., Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. LINDA LOUISE FLETCHER, Jackson, Education, Phi Mu. FORREST BYRON FLINN, Natchez, Education, Kappa Alpha. JOHN PIERCE FLOYD, Ill, Gulf- port, Liberal Arts. NYSHIE JANE FLY, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. HARRIET ELIZABETH FORD, Meridian, Education, Phi Mu. Sixth Row: SAMUEL FOSTER FORD, Gulfport, Business, Delta Kappa Epsilon. TIMOTHY ALAN FORD, Baldwyn, Engineering, Sigma Nu. LINDA MARIE FOSTER, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. RAYMOND HILL FRASER, JR., Hunts- ville Ala., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIS LEA FRAZER, Clarksdale, Business, Phi Delta Theta. CHERYL MAE FRAZIER, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. First Row: MARY JO FUNDERBURK, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. GERALD ALEXANDER GAFFORD, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. LOUIS FREDERICK GAGE, Charles- ton S.C., Business. GAIL GALAHER, Laurel, Liberal Arts. JAN GALEY, Hattiesburg, Education, Delta Gamma. GLENNA GALLASPY, Shreveport La., Education, Phi Mu. Second Row: ALICE ANN GANNON, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts. HENRY HERR GANTZ, Ill, Belzoni, Business, Kappa Alpha. JANE GOULD GARDNER, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. CARL PINK GARRETT, Ill, Senatobia, Liberal Arts. CONNIE DIANE GARRETT, Houlka, Liberal Arts. ROSE LARIE GATEWOOD, Forest, Liberal Arts., Kappa Delta. Third Row: JAMES ROBERT GATLIN, Corinth, Business. MARTHA DALE GAYDEN, Brandon, Business, Delta Gamma. BAR- BARA IRENE GEIGER, Bartow Fla., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. ERNEST T. GEORGE, III, Macon, Business. JOSEPH ANTHONY GERACHE, JR., Vicksburg, Pharmacy, Pi Kappa Alpha. DONALD H. GIBSON, JR., Tuscola III., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Fourth Row: GUILBERT LESTER GIBSON, Jackson, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. ANDREA DELOURDES GILICH, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. DENNIS RAY GILLIAM, Greenville, Business. JAMES HENRY GILMER, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ALLEN WILBURN GLISSON, JR., Mendenhall, Engineering. MEREDITH M. GOLDEN, Laurel, Education, Chi Omega. Fifth Row: RICHARD RONALD GOLDSTON, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts. STEPHEN WAYNE GONG, Boyle, Business. PAULA KAY GOODNIGHT, Crenshaw, Education, Phi Mu. VICKIE LYNN GOSA, Greenwood, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. CAR- OLYN JOYCE GOULDIN, Houston Texas, Education. THOM- AS EARLE GOYER, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Kap- pa Psi. Sixth Row: DOROTHY WINSTON GRAHAM, Memphis Tenn., Education, Chi Omega. LEWIS SPENCE GRAHAM, JR., Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOSEPH HENRY GRAMMER, Pascagoula, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. RANDY LEE GRAVES, W. Memphis Ark., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. CYNTHIA FAY GREEN, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. GEORGIA GAY GREER, Columbia Tenn., Liberal Arts., Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: JOHN LESTER GREER, Holly Springs, Education. MARCIA LYNNE GREER, Oliver Branch, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOHN ANDREW GREGORY, Okolona, Business. STEPHEN RAY GREGORY, Summit, Liberal Arts, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. GAYLE ANN GRESHAM, Indianola, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. LENARD ALVIS GRICE, Vicksburg, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Eighth Row: GEORGE HOWARD GRIFFITH, Anderson Ind., Education, Kappa Sigma. GEORGE 0. GRIFFITH, JR., Corinth, Busi- ness, Alpha Tau Omega. LOWELL EDWARD GRISHAM, JR., Oxford, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. ALVIN LAZELL GRUBBS, Jackson, Business. PAMELA MARY GUCKERT, Columbus, Education. RALPH STEWART GUERNSEY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Ninth Row: MARY DODSON GUIDER, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ROBERT STEPHEN HAAS, Huntington Val Pa., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. ELIZABETH W. HAGAN, Nash- ville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. GEORGE ELMER HALE, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM K. HALE, JR., Gallatin Tenn., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. DEBORAH LAYNE HALEY, Oxford, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. Tenth Row: DEBORAH JOYCE HALL, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. JAMES EUGENE HAMILTON, Taylor, Business. PATTI JO HAMILTON, Caledonia, Education. HAROLD E. HANEY, JR., Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. MARY CELESTE HARDEN, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. STUART RUSSELL HARDING, Nashville Tenn., Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: CHARLES CLARK HARRELL, Memphis Tenn., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM D. HARRELL, Pensacola Fla., Business, Sigma Nu. JERRY MICHAEL HARRIS, Sardis, Engineering. RONALD BUCK HARRISON, Jacksonville Fla., Liberal Arts. RONALD DUANE HART, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. CARL HENRY HARTLEY, Kwarner Robins, Ga., Pharmacy, Phi Kappa Psi. Second Row: RODNEY MILLS HARTZOG, Meridian, Business, Phi Delta Theta. WENDELL LAMAR HARTZOG, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. MICHAEL DANIEL HARVEY, Jackson, Business, Sigma Nu. SAMUEL HAGAN HASKINS, III, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. JERRY ROBERT HASSON, Brook- lyn N.Y., Business, Sigma Pi. JAMES MICHAEL HAUSS, Richmond Va., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Third Row: JESSIE BEATRICE HAWKINS, Water Valley, Liberal Arts. MARVIN CORTELYOU HAYES, Sardis, Engineering. ARTHUR EDWIN HEALEY, Silver City, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. THOMAS MARTIN HEGWOOD, Pascagoula, Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. MARILYN DAVIS HEMPHILL, Indianola, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. RICHARD G. HENDRICK, Oko- lona, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: WAYNE LOUIS HENGEN, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. KATHI FRANCES HENRY, New Albany, Education, Kappa Delta. STEVEN JAMES HENRY, Natchez, Liberal Arts. REBECCA LYNN HENSON, Weir, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM JOHN HERBERT, Milltown N.J., Business. CAROL ANN HER- RING, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: LUTE THURMOND HERRING, Canton, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. SAMUEL STEPHEN HERRING, Belzoni, Liberal Arts. LEONARD E. HERRINGTON, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHARD MIKESELL HERTZIG, Madison N.C., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. SANDRA LOUISE HICKMAN, Oxford, Education. R OBIN LEE HIGGASON, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: MARGARET M. HIGGINBOTHAM, Atlanta Ga., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. ELIZABETH ANN HILL, Elaine Ark., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. JULIAN BRYANT HILL, JR., Corinth, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. SHIRLEY CLAIRE HINES, Jack- son, Education, Delta Delta Delta. ANGELINE KATHERINE HODGES, Houston Texas, Liberal Arts. RICHARD ARNOLD HODGES, Amory, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: MAUREEN HOGAN, Fairborn Ohio, Education, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. NOEL VICTORIA HOLLADAY, Ruleville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. HARRY ' ROSS HOLLADAY, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. MATTHEW LOUIS HOLLEMAN, St. Louis Mo., Business. CAROLYN SUSAN HOLLINGSWORTH, Meadville, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. HAL S. HOLTSINGER, JR., Tampa Fla., Business. Eighth Row: CHARLES ELBERT HOLYFIELD, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. DAVID SCOTT HOLZ, Portsmouth 0., Business. PAMELA JANE HONEYCUTT, Columbus, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM ALLEN HOOD, Yazoo City, Business. TOM- MY BROOKS HOOKER, Thaxton, Engineering. WILMA JANE HOOKER, West Point, Education, Kappa Delta. Ninth Row: EMILY JANE HOPKINS, Baldwyn, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. JUDITH LORAINE HORNE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. PATRICK JAMES HOUATTER, Forest Lake Minn., Engineering. ELIZABETH ANN HOUSER, Paducah Ky., Business, Phi Mu. THOMAS PRICE HOUSTON, Raleigh, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. JAMES WALTER HOVER, Merid- ian, Engineering. Tenth Row: GENELL FAYE HOWARD, Oxford, Business. ARCHIBALD R. HOWELL, Lookout Mt. Tenn., Business, Kappa Sigma. CHARLES ALLEN HOWELL, JR., Beaumont Texas, Busi- ness. PAMELIA CECILE HOWORTH, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ROGER KENNETH HUDSON, Calhoun City, Business. JOHN CARLTON HUFFT, JR., Middlebury Ind., Liberal Arts. First Row: CARY TURNER HUGHES, Marigold, Liberal Arts. MARY ANNE HUGHES, Oakland, Liberal Arts. ROBERT BRUCE HUGHES, Pass Christian, Business.TERRY LYNN HUGHES, Memphis Tenn., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. JAMES PERRY HUTCHINSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts. BRENDA FRANCES HYDE, Jackson, Liberal Arts. Second Row: PATRICIA F. ICE, Columbia Mo., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. STANLEY THOMAS INGRAM, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. STEVEN WALTER INGRAM, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. JANE ELLEN IRELAND, Green- ville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILLIAM GEORGE JARVIS, Pascagoula, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. REBECCA LYNN JAYNES, Aberdeen, Liberal Arts. Third Row: ALAN KEITH JEAN, Caruthersville Mo., Liberal Arts, Kap- pa Alpha. JAMES EUGENE JENNINGS, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM BLAIR JERNIGAN, Memphis Tenn., Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. LINDA SUE JOBE, Tupelo, Education, Delta Delta Delta. JOHN FRANK JOHNSON, Fairhope Ala., Business. KATHRYN LEE JOHNSON, Madisonville, Ky., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: NANCY KAY JOHNSON, Rossville Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. SUSAN DELL JOHNSON, Jackson, Business, Delta Delta Delta. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON, Pas- cagoula, Business. BARBARA GAYLE JOHNSTON, Moss Point, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. AUGUSTUS ROBERS JONES, McLean Va., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. DENNIS ALLEN JONES, Ft. Lauderdale Fla., Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: FREDERICK L. JONES, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. JUDITH GAYE JONES, Decatur Ala., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. LOUIS ANDREW JONES, JR., Water Valley, Liberal Arts. PATRICIA ELISE JONES, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. RICKEY LYLE JONES, Oxford, Pharmacy. ALFRED HARRIS JORDAN, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sixth Row: JIMMY LYN JORDAN, Clarksdale, Business, Phi Delta Theta. ALICE CAMILLE JUSTICE, Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. ANDREW FRANCIS KASPER, Park Ridge N.J., Liberal Arts. FRITZ ALBERT KATZENMEYER, Jack- son, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. HERMAN EDWARD KEL- lum, III, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. BRUCE NICHOLAS KELLY, Eglin A.F.B. Fla., Engineering. Seventh Row: JUNE ANN KELLY, Ripley Tenn., Education. KAREN LEE KERBY, Jackson, Education, Delta Gamma. ELAINE S. KIMBROUGH, Sidon, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. CHRIS- TI GAIL KING, Clarksdale, Business, Phi Mu. KAY ELLEN KING, Groves Texas, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. SAMUEL BOWEN KING, Atlens Ala., Business, Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: WILLIAM EDWARDS KIRBY, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. ROSIANNA ELIZABETH KLING, Hattiesburg, Business, Alpha Xi Delta. FRANK GO KOE, Vicksburg, Liberal Arts. LINDA LEE KOLWYCK, Brownsville Tenn., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. EDWARD ALLEN KREI, Jackson Tenn., Engineering. HARRIET KREMSER, Clarks- dale, Business, Zeta Tau Alpha. Ninth Row: JAMES STEPHEN KUTTNAUER, Gulfport, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. MICHAEL LEE K UYKENDALL, Philadelphis, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. LETTIE LEE LACKEY, Tupelo, Business, Alpha Delta Pi. GEORGE F. LAFOLLETTE, JR., Jackson, Business. DAVID TOWNES LAIL, Jackson, Busi- ness, Kappa Sigma. BARRY GERARD LAMBERT, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. Tenth Row: DOROTHY LOUISE LANGHOFER, Batesville, Education, Delta Gamma. DANNY GLEN LANTRIP, Caruthersville Mo., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. WAYNE FRANKLIN LATHAM, Memphis Tenn., Business. SAMUEL S. LAUDERDALE, Hernando, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT WEEMS LAWRENCE, Jackson, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. SWANEE BURRUS J. LAWRENCE, Jackson Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: JANET SANSING LEA, Gloster, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. TED RALPH LECREN, Carthage, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. SUE LEDBETTER, Canton, Education, Delta Delta Delta. LARRY WAYNE LEE, Calhoun City, Pharmacy. PATRICIA ADELINE LEE, Chattanooga Tenn., Education, Delta Delta Delta. PRESTON HUGH LEE, JR., Greenville, Business. Second Row: ROBERT WAYNE LEECH, Tupelo, Business, Sigma Nu. MARK BLAYNEY LEEDOM, Milwaukee Wis., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. NANCY ANN LEFTWICH, New Orleans La., Education, Phi Mu. CHRISTOPHER M. LEHMAN, Cruger, Liberal Arts. MATTHEW C. LEMLY, Ill, Jackson, Engineer- ing. CYNTHIA ANN LEMONS, Tupelo, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: LAWRENCE LEE LITTLE, Cooter Mo., Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JANET LENORE LITTLETON, Statesville N.C., Liberal Arts. VERNON C. LOCHAUSEN, Ill, Milton Fla., Education. ANNE MARIE LOFTIN, Red Banks, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. LUBBIE JAMES LOFTON, JR., Coahoma, Liberal Arts. BRENDA KAY LOGAN, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: ROBERT MAURICE LOGAN, JR., Lake, Liberal Arts. DAVID WILSON LONG, Tupelo, Business, Sigma Chi. SAMUEL ERST LONG, III, Corinth, Business, Sigma Nu. LARRAINE LOUISE LONGACRE, Nashville Tenn., Business, Alpha Omicron Pi. WILBURN LORD, JR., Green- ville, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. ELIZABETH ANN LOTTER- HOS, Jackson, Liberal Chi Omega. Fifth Row: NANCY DEBRA LOWRY, Memphis Tenn., Education. ROBERT HIRAM LUCIUS, Jackson, Business, Sigma Nu. LINDA JEAN LUCKETT, Clarksdale, Education, Chi Omega. CLAIRE LUEBKE, Aberdeen, Business, Delta Gamma. MAY LUM, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. LEWIS LYNN MADDUX, Nashville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. Sixth Row: BAHMAN MAJD, Teheran Iran, Engineering. WILLIS BEN- JAMIN MALONE, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MICHAEL EDGAR MANN, Oxford, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. ROLAND DUDLEY MARBLE, JR., Jackson, Business, Sigma Nu. RONALD KEITH MARSH, Gulf- port, Liberal Arts. JOHN CLEMENT MARSHALL, JR., MEM- phis Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. First Row: BRENDA J. MARTHALER, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts. BETTY LOUISE MARTIN, Kingsville Texas, Liberal Arts. HENRY FRANK MARTIN, JR., Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JAMES WALLACE MARTIN, JR., Oxford, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOHN HILL MARTIN, JR., Grenada, Engineering. JUDSON CHAFFIN MARTIN, Hughes Ark., Liberal Arts, Second Row: MARTHA MATTINGLY MARTIN, Grenada, Business, Phi Mu. THERESA KATHERINE MARTIN, Oxford, Education, Al- pha Omicron Pi. BETTY JOYCE MATHIS, Oxford, Busi- ness. JAMIE ANN MAXEY, New Albany, Education, Delta Gamma. DUDLEY SILAS McBEE, Greenwood, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HUGH PRICE McCLANAHAN, Hum- boldt Tenn., Engineering. Third Row: ELIZABETH ANN McCOLLUM, Sikeston Mo., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. VIRGINIA ANN McCOY, Drew, Education. SYBIL MARIE McCRANEY, Greenville, Liberal Arts. KAREN MELISSA McCURDY, Annandale Va., Business, Alpha Delta Pi. WEBSTER McDONALD, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN G. McDONNELL, Jack- son, Business, Delta Psi. Fourth Row: LAURA ANN McELROY, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. CLAUDE R. McGAUGHEY, Ill, Lexongton Ky., Business, Kappa Sigma. STEWART B. McGLOWN, Oxford, Liberal Arts. JOHN ALFRED McGOWAN, JR., Mendenhall, Pharmacy. ELEXIS W. McGRATH, JR., McLean, Va., Lib- eral Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARY SUE McILWAIN, Merid- ian, Education, Phi Mu. Fifth Row: WILLIAM EDWARD McINTYRE, Brandon, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. STEPHEN FLAKE McKaskle, Caruthers- ville Mo., Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. DONNY BRUCE McKELLAR, Greenwood S.C., Liberal Arts. JOHN MARTIN McKENZIE, Cleveland, Liberal Arts. DIANNA LEE McKEY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. WALTER V. McLELLAN, Ill, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: DANIEL CALHOUN McLEOD, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ROBERT EUSTIS McMANUS, JR., Gulfport, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM A. McMULLEn, II, Sumner, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES DABNEY McMUR- RAY, Meridian, Liberal Arts. CANDE McNALLY, Comstock Park Mich., Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. THOMAS OLIVER McRANEY, Picayune, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. Seventh Row: SHARON ANN McREE, Louin, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. MALCOLM OAKES McSPADDEN, MEMPHIS Tenn., Edu- cation, Pi Kappa Alpha. PAMELA JO MELTON, Meridian, Education, Chi Omega. EDWARD VINCE MERRIAM, Bi- loxi, Business. BETH ANN MESTAYER, Waveland, Edu- cation, Chi Omega. ALBERT CASWELL METTS, III, Ar- lington Va., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Eighth Row: ELLW OOD K. MIDDLETON, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT ROWLAND MIDDLETON, Flora, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. DEBORAH LYNN MILES, Co- lumbus, Pharmacy, Delta Gamma. DEBORAH LEE MILLER, Arlington Tenn., Liberal Arts. DONNA GAIL MILLER, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts. MARALIN LISA MINOR, Jack- son, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: ELLIS Q. MITCHELL, III, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. SUSAN JEAN MITCHELL, Lake Cormorant, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. EDWARD LENOIR MIXON, Jackson, Business, Delta Psi. MARGARET LUCINDA MIZE, Fulton, Education. POLLY ANN MOAK, University, Liberal Arts, Delta Gam- ma. MELANIE ANN MOLPHUS, Philadelphia, Education, Chi Omega. Tenth Row: KEITH NORRIS MONTGOMERY, Fayette, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. WILHELMINA MONTGOMERY, Durant, Liberal Arts. BARRY DALE MOORE, Batesville, Business. DENNIS GLENN MOORE, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. LUCY CURRIE MOORE, Hattiesburg, Business, Delta Delta Delta. PAUL HAROLD MOORE, JR., Pas- cagoula, Liberal Arts. First Row: SARAH RUTH MOORE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. SUSAN CADER MOORE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. WILLIAM B. MOORER, JR., Gulfport, Liberal Arts. BOBBY GLENN MORGAN, Sardis, Liberal Arts. CHAD YATES MORGAN, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. FITZ ROBERT MORGAN, III, Morgan City, Liberal Arts. Second Row: GEOFFREY CARTER MORGAN, Kosciusko, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. BURNICE MORRIS, Laurel, Business. CHRIS- TOPHER BROWN MORRIS, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. JOANNE MONTROY MORRIS, Clarksdale, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARTA FIKE MULLENNIX, Baltimore Md., Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. SAMUEL JOSEPH MYATT, Brownsville Tenn., Business. Third Row: RICHARD FRANK MYLAK, Riverside III., Business, Phi Kappa Theta. BARBARA ANN NALL, Sikeston Mo., Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha. HENRY CLAY NAIL, IV, Memphis Tenn., Business. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS NEELY, JR., Jack- son, Liberal Arts, Delta Kappa Epsilon. NANCY CAROLE NELMS, Bolivar Tenn., Education, Delta Gamma. DAVID LYLE NEVILLE, Meridian, Education, Phi Kappa Tau. Fourth Row: JOHN FREDRICK NEYMAN, Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. DEBORAH ADELE NICHOLAS, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts. MICHAEL LYNN NICHOLS, Oxford, Liberal Arts. LAWRENCE ARTHUR NIELSEN, Jacksonville N.C., Liberal Arts. WILLIAM DANIEL NOBLES, III, Pensacola Fla., Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. VALORIE NOLEN, McCarley, Liberal Arts. Fifth Row: CHARLES AMBROSE NOLL, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. TAFFE CANNON OCONNELL, Chattanooga Tenn, LiberalArts, Kappa Delta. ALTON JENNINGS OGDEN, Natchez, Engineering. THOMAS RUSSELL OLMSTED, Savannah Ga., Liberal Arts. ROBERT KING OREILLY, JR., Cruger, Liberal Arts. DON PAUL OUBRE, Norco La., Engineering. Sixth Row: BETTY CAROL OWENS, Oxford, Education. WILLIAM F. OZMENT, JR., Dyersburg Tenn., Business, Sigma Nu. DEBRA DELL PACE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. KATHLEEN HUSSEY PAGE, Senatobia, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. FRANCES ANN PALMER, Houston Texas, Education, Delta Gamma. LORRALYN JUNE PANG, Marks, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: SHIRLEY ANN PARKER, Vardaman, Education. VERNE MICHAEL PARRISH, Davenport Iowa, Engineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon. EDWARD ALAN PARTRIDGE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. ANNE YARBROUGH PAT- TERSON, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. FRED WINFIELD PATTERSON, Columbus Ohio, Business, Beta Theta Pi. CHRISTINE MARIE PAUL, Canton Ohio, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. Eighth Row: JOHN MARTIN PAYNE, Vicksburg, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. MIRIAM ELOISE PECK, Oxford, Liberal Arts. GARLON ALLEN PEMBERTON, Gulfport, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. CHERYL LEIGH PERKINS, Calhoun City, Liberal Arts. PETER BENTON PERKINS, JR., Hazlehurst, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. FRED CATES PERMENTER, JR., Ripley, Busi- ness, Sigma Nu. Ninth Row: HENRY VAULTER PERRY, II, Biloxi, Business. HOLMES SHERARD PETTEY, Memphis Tenn., Business, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. ALVA RUTH PEYTON, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts. LOGAN BURCH PHILLIPS, JR., Jackson, Business, Phi Delta Theta. EDWARD LEONAR D PICKLE, Natchez, Business. BEVERLY JANE PIERCE, Mt. Pleasant, Education. Tenth Row: DAVID LAVELLE PILKINTON, Columbus, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. MARY DURDEN PILLOW, Greenwood, Edu- cation, Delta Gamma. JOHN DAVID PITTMAN, Corinth, Business. THOMAS FRANKLIN PITTMAN, Brookhaven, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. JOY ELIZABETH PLANTS, Ox- ford, Education, Phi Mu. JAMES G. POLLOCK, Charles- ton Mo., Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. First Row: MARY MARGARET POST, Jackson, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. PATRICIA GAYLE PRAY, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. PAUL HANS MARTIN PRESS, Gulf- port, Liberal Arts. CASSANDRA DALE PRESSLEY, Jack- son. Liberal Arts. WINSTON BROWNLEE PRUDE, Amory, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VERNON TERRELL PRUITT, JR., Magee, Business, Sigma Nu. Second Row: JOHN MOFFAT PRYOR, Oxford, Business, Kappa Sigma. BETTY PUGH, Marks, Education, Pi Beta Phi. WARREN LESLIE PURVIS, Meridian, Liberal Arts. NEIL ANN PUR- YEAR, Columbia Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. SHEILA SANDRA PUTNAM, Clinton, Business. CHARLES MICHAEL QUICK, Greenville, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. Third Row: BENJAMIN A. QUINTANA, JR., Meridian, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. DANIEL QUON, Hernando, Liberal Arts. RANDY RAGLAND, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. TERESA GAIL RAGLAND, Oxford, Education, Alpha Omi- cron Pi. PATRICIA RAMEY, Oxford, Liberal Arts. SUSAN LYNN RAMEY, Blytheville Ark., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: ELIZABETH ANNE RAMSEY, Laurel, Liberal Arts. MARI- ANNE RANKIN, Columbia, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma. TERESA LYNNE RASBERRY, Metairie La., Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. LUCY FOLKES RAUSCH, Covington La., Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. MAURICE SCAGGS RAW- LINGS, Chattanooga Tenn., Liberal Arts. ELLA DABNEY RAWLS, Crystal Springs, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: LUCINDA ELIZABETH RAWSON, Fayetteville, N.Y., Edu- cation. MARION HELOISE REED, Jackson, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. THEODORE BRICE REVELL, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLES COTTRELL RHODES, Tupelo, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JOE McCAR- LEY RIALS, Jackson, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon. EU- GENE CARROL RICH, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: ELAYNE RICHARDS, Greenville, Liberal Arts. EDWARD MADISON RICHEY, Nashville Tenn., Business. ROBERT WILLIAM RIDDELL, Canton, Liberal Arts. SUSAN RIDDELL, Canton, Liberal Arts. DONALD LEE RIGGLE, University, Business. MARY LINDA RITCHEY, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. Seventh Row: JOEL LOUIS RIVERS, Marks, Pharmacy. RAYMOND BRAD- LEY ROACH, W. Memphis Ark., Engineering. GRETA ANN ROBERTS, Marks, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. JO ANNA ROBERTS, Memphis Tenn., Education, Pi Beta Phi. SARAH GAY ROBERTS, Corinth, Liberal Arts. GEORGE ERVIN ROBERTSON, Lexington Ky., Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: JAMES THOMAS ROBERTSON, Ruleville, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. BETTY ANN ROBINSON, Kennett Mo., Pharmacy, Kappa Kappa Gamma. GARLAND ROBINSON, Jackson, Business. GUY ADDISON ROBINSON, Madison, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. MILTON FISHER ROBINSON, Mem- phis Tenn., Business, Phi Kappa Psi. NANCY JANE ROB- INSON, St. Clair Shores Minn., Education, Pi Beta Phi. Ninth Row: DON ODELL ROGERS, III, Jackson, Business, Beta Theta Pi. MELINDA LOU ROGERS, Drew, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. SHARON ANN RONE, Dyersburg Tenn., Liberal Arts. DONALD FREDDIE ROSE, Gulfport, Liberal Arts. ELIZA- BETH A. ROSSER, Somerville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. PHILIP DEAN ROWE, Lexington Ky., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. Tenth Row: MARIO JOSEPH ROYBAL, Biloxi, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. JOHN BURTON RUCKER, Meridian, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. HUBERT LOWRY RUSH, III, Meridian, Busi- ness, Kappa Alpha. ERNEST FRANKLIN RUSSELL, Her- nando, Business. JAMES WEEKS RUSSELL, University, Business, Phi Delta Theta. JANE RUSSELL, Carthage, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. First Row: JOE WILBURN RUSSELL, Clarksdale, Business, Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM TERRELL RUSSELL, Yazoo City, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. DON WAYNE RUTLAND, Biloxi, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. KATHLEEN BECKER RUTLEDGE, New Orleans La., Liberal Arts, Delta Delta Delta. NORMAN ANTHONY RUTLEDGE, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM ALDEN SALLACK, Olive Branch, Liberal Arts. Second Row: STEVE DAUGHTERY SAMPSON, Jackson, Business, Phi Delta Theta. CLAUDE GEORGE SANDERS, Jackson, Busi- ness . SHEILA MARIE SANDERSON, Olive Branch, Busi- ness, Kappa Kappa Gamma. HUBBARD T. SAUNDERS, IV, Hollandale, Liberal Arts. BONNIE SUE SCATES, Martin Tenn., Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. LINDA CAROL SCHEI- DER, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. Third Row: SARAH LUCY SCHWAN, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. BRUCE C. SCHWEITZER, Avondale Estates Ga., Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Tau. CHARLES M. SCOTT, JR., Oxford, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. CANDICE EVANS SEARIGHT, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. ETHEL LOUISE SEAY, Jackson, Education, Pi Beta Phi. PRABHATI SHAW, University, Liberal Arts. Fourth Row: FRANCES L. SHELTON, Marks, Liberal Arts. PENNY S. SHELTON, Jackson, Education, Delta Gama. SALLY VIR- GINIA SHERMAN, Jackson, Education, Delta Gamma. MARSHA DIANNE SHERRARD, Jackson, Education, Phi Mu. ROBYN KAY SHIDELER, Sardis, Business, Phi Mu. JESSICA LEE SHIELDS, Greenville Ky., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: DONALD GORDON SHIPP, JR., Clarksdale, Liberal Arts, Phi Kappa Psi. MELINDA KATE SHOAF, Covington Tenn., Education. STEPHEN WITT SHOAF, Ripley Tenn., Busi- ness. ANNE BLANDING SHORT, Como, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. LESLIE B. SIGMAN, Holly Springs, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FRANCES ANN SIMMONS, Columbia, Education, Delta Gamma. Sixth Row: ELIZABETH GRADY SIMPSON, Shaw, Education, Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT LEWIS SIMPSON, Durant, Liberal Arts. STANLEY ELMER SIMS, Sylvarena, Business. SIMON JODIE SINGLEY, Columbia, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. DEBORAH ANN SKELTON, Oakland Calif., Business, Alpha Xi Delta. MARGARET GASTON SKELTON, Birmingham, Ala., Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi. First Row: BEVERLY WAYNE SLACK, El Dorado Ark., Liberal Arts. ALICE FAYE SMITH, Oxford, Liberal Arts. BARBARA ANNE SMITH, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. BETTE MARLEEN SMITH, Lampasas Texas, Education. CYNTHIA JANE SMITH, Corinth, Education. CYNTHIA JOY SMITH, Louis- ville, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: HENRY BARTLETT SMITH, Louise, Business. JAMES MARSHALL SMITH, Portageville Mo., Engineering. JANICE SMITH, Springfield Tenn., Education, Pi Beta Phi. JUANITA SUE SMITH, Biloxi, Pharmacy, MARVIN GARRARD SMITH, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. MICHAEL ROUS- SEAU SMITH, Jacksonville Fla., Business, Phi Kappa Tau. Third Row: ROY LEE SMITH, JR., Durant, Liberal Arts. RUBY DIANE SMITH, McLain, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. HARRY AVENT SNEED, Oxford, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. GRETCHEN GRIFFITHS SNYDER, Ft. Lauderdale Fla., Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. ROBERT SYDNEY SNYDER, JR., Jackson, Liberal Arts, Kappa Alpha. VAL JOSEPH SOLDEVILA, Clarksdale, Pharmacy. Fourth Row: ROBERT SPAULDING, Jackson, Business, Kappa Alpha. MICHAEL PATRICK SPELLMAN, Birmingham, Ala., Busi- ness, Kappa Alpha. SUSAN FITTS STEGALL, Forest, Education, Delta Gamma. KARL ROY STEINBERGER, Mendenhall, Liberal Arts. JOHN VICTOR STEMAN, Win- chester Ohio, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. MARY MATILDA STENGEL, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. Fifth Row: JAMES SIDNEY STEPHENS, Columbia, Business. MELINDA JANE STEWART, Picayune, Business, Kappa Delta. JAMES BERNARD STRAWBRIDGE, Oxford, Liberal Arts. LEWIS EDWARD STREETY, JR., Amory, Pharmacy. JAMES RAN- DALL STRONG, Canton, Pharmacy. CHARLES ROBERT STROUD, JR., Grenada, Liberal Arts. Sixth Row: MITCHELL DIRELL STUART, Morton, Education. NINA CLARE STUBBLEFIELD, Oxford, Liberal Arts. Delta Gamma. JOHN ENGLISH STUDDARD, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. SAMUEL C. SUGG, JR., Isola, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. SALLY STONE SULLIVANT, At- lanta Ga., Education, Chi Omega. KATHRYN ISABEL SUM- MERS, Charleston, Education, Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: THOMAS LANEY SWEAT, JR., Corinth, Liberal Arts, Sigma Chi. WILLARD CALVIN SWEAT, JR., Corinth, Education, Phi Kappa Theta. DEBORAH CAROL SWINDELL, Biloxi, Education, Kappa Delta. DEBORAH ANN SWORDS, New Albany, Liberal Arts. ALICE LYNN TACKETT, Jack- son, Liberal Arts. BECKY ELAINE TATUM, Hattiesburg, Business, Phi Mu. Eighth Row: JONNIE SUE TATUM, Oxford, Business. RANDALL MITCHEL TATUM, Brandon, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi. ALONZO H. TAYLOR, Ill, Corinth, Business, Sigma Chi. BOBBYE BOBO TAYLOR, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DEBRA YVONNE TAYLOR, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. EMILY ANN TAYLOR, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. Ninth Row: GLENN GATES TAYLOR, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. PATRICIA DIANE TAYLOR, Oxford, Education. EARL WALLACE TENNY, Lexington Ky., Busi- ness, Alpha Tau Omega. CYNTHIA GAIL THARP, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. JUDY DIANE THERRELL, Vardaman, Education. JEANNE MARIE THIAC, Jackson, Education. Tenth Row: DAVID DALLAS THOMASON, Rayville La., Liberal Arts, Delta Psi. DANIEL JOSEPH THOMPSON, Benoit, Liberal Arts. ELDEN JAN THOMPSON, Memphis Tenn., Engineer- ing. MARSHA LYNN THORNTON, Covington Tenn., Edu- cation. DANNY ELOYD THREET, Eupora, Business. First Row: DWIGHT CLIFFORD TIDWELL, Natchez, Engineering. FLORENCE BRIGHT TIPTON, Brownsville Tenn., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. RAYMOND ED TIPTON, Lucedale, Lib- eral Arts. ELIAS LAKE TOLBERT, Woodville, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. EDITH CHARLENE TONEY, Vicksburg, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. JOHN MICHAEL TONOS, JR., Greenville, Liberal Arts. Second Row: HUEY L. TOWNSEND, Belzoni, Liberal Arts, Kappa Al- pha. MARY ELIZABETH TOWNSEND, Jonesboro Ark., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. PHYLLIS ANN TOW- SEND, Winona, Education, Kappa Delta. JAMES ALBERT TRAMONTE, New Orleans La., Business, Beta Theta Pi. CHARLES MOTTI TRAYAL, Meridian, Business, Sigma Nu. STANLEY MICHAEL TREADWAY, Ocean Springs, Liberal Arts. Third Row: EARL RICHARD TREVOR, Carmel Indiana, Education, Phi Kappa Theta. DAVID LOUIS TRIGGS, Jackson, Liberal Arts. ALBERT CHEUK-KEI TSANG, Wanchai Hong Kong, Engineering. ANN BREWER TUCKER, Greenwood, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. WILLIAM D. TUCKER, JR., St. Peters- burg Fla., Business, Phi Delta Theta. JOSEPH MERIT TULLY, III, San Diego Calif. Business. Fourth Row: THOMAS BROOKS TUTOR, Meridian, Engineering, Sigma Chi. DAVID ANDREWS TWIFORD, Clarksdale, Education, Phi Delta Theta. LAURA ANN URAM, Bay St. Louis, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAN SMITH VAIL, Booneville, Business, Sigma Nu. SALLIE S. VAN DE- VENDER, Jackson, Education, Chi Omega. THOMAS ALLEN VANN, Pascagoula, Business. Fifth Row: RONALD JOSEPH VAUGHAN, Moss Point, Business. JERRY GOLD VEAZEY, JR., Senatobia, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES DONALD VICKERS, Lula, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Theta. KAREN VINCENT, Marks, Education, Pi Beta Phi. NANCY CANDACE VINCENT, Martin Tenn., Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. BOBBY JOE WADE, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sixth Row: JOHN ALEXANDER WADE, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. PATRICIA ANN WADE, Memphis Tenn., Education, Kappa Delta. STEPHEN EUGENE WAGNER, Summit, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon. PATRICIA LOU WALDROP, Thaxton, Education. VIRGINIA C. WALKE, Shreveport La., Education, Phi Mu. CYNTHIA HELEN WAL- KER, Biloxi, Education, Chi Omega. Seventh Row: MILDRED KATHERINE WALKER, Ripley Tenn., Education. JOAN ALLEN WALLACE, Jackson, Education. SANDRA LEE WALSH, Vienna Va., Education. NANCY KAYE WALTERS, Laurel, Liberal Arts. PAUL CLIFFORD WALTON, Hattiesburg, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. SUNNIE WALTON, Charleston, Education. Eighth Row: CAROL JEAN WARD, Louisville, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. GARY R. WASHINGTON, Forest, Business, Phi Kappa Psi. SARAH F. WATKINS, Quitman, Liberal Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma. BRYAN LINDSEY WATTS, Oklahoma City Okla., Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma. THOMAS EWELL WEAK- LEY, Dyersburg Tenn., Business, Kappa Sigma. DEBORAH ANN WEBB, Indianola, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. First Row: DEBORAH LYNN WEBB, Magnolia, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. LARRY DARNELL WEEDEN, Tunica, Liberal Arts. EDWARD JOHN WEGENER, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts. RAY EUGENE WEISSINGER, Ellijay Ga. Business, Kappa Sigma. HERBERT WALLACE WELCH, Biloxi, Liberal Arts. WILLIAM VERDO WESTBROOK, Jackson, Business, Kappa Sigma. Second Row: JOSEPH QUITMAN WHITE, JR., Jackson, Business. JO- SEPH RALPH WHITE, Oxford, Business, Delta Psi. RICH- ARD KEITH WHITEHEAD, Meridian, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. MARILYN R. WHITFIELD, W. Memphis Ark., Education, Delta Delta Delta. SALLY WHITNEL, Dyersburg, Tenn., LiberalArts, Chi Omega. ROGER FREDERICK WICKER, Pontotoc, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. Third Row: YANDELL HUMPHREY WIDEMAN, Jackson, Business, Kappa Sigma. NELDA JEAN WILBANKS, Tunica, Education. JULIE ANNETTE WILEY, Cleveland, Liberal Arts, Phi Mu. PATSY LAIN WILKINS, Brookhaven, Education, Kappa Delta. VIRGINIA GRACE WILKINS, Grenada, Liberal Arts, Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT MORRIS WILKINSON, Shelby, Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: DANNY ROBERT WILLIAMS, Vardaman, Liberal Arts, Sigma Pi. DEBORAH DALE WILLIAMS, Fulton, Liberal Arts. DIANA LYNN WILLIAMS, Grenana, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. EDDIE CLARK WILLIAMS, Pascagoula, Liberal Arts. MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS, Tupelo, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta. PATRICIA WILLIAMS, Benoit, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: PATRICIA ANN WILLIAMS, Jackson, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi. WILLIAM P. WILLIAMS, Greenville, Business, Kappa Alpha. JANICE G. WILLIS, Florence, Liberal Arts. DAVID ESTUS WILLSON, Jackson, Liberal Arts. SAM F. WILLSON, III, Houston Texas, Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau Omega. MARY MATILDA WILMANS, Newport Ark., Edu- cation. Sixth Row: ARLETTE CAROL WILSON, Alton III., Business. JAMES WILFRED WILSON, Bailey, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. MICHAEL ROY WINNINGHAM, Carriere, Engineering. B. GERALD WINTERS, Natchez, Liberal Arts, Sigma Nu. MARTHA VICTORIA WITT, Corinth, Education, Delta Delta Delta. DEBORAH ELIZABETH WOLFE, Columbia, Pharmacy. Seventh Row: RANDOLPH PIERCE WOLFE, Atlanta Ga., Business, Phi Delta Theta. SIDNEY FAYE WOLFE, Oxford, Education. BETSY ANN WONG, Rosedale, Pharmacy. RICHARD DAVID WOODARD, Clarksdale, Liberal Arts. MARILYN WOODBURY, Pensacola Fla., Education, Kappa KapppGamma. CATHY ANN WOODHAM, Newton, Liberal Arts. Eighth Row: REBECCA ELIZABETH WOOLCOTT, Lexington Ky., Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. CHARLES CLIFTON WRIGHT, Memphis Tenn., Liberal Arts„Kappa Sigma. PATRICE IRENE WRIGHT, Gulfport, Business. CHRIS ALLEN WUETHRICH, Annandale Va., Business, Kappa Sigma. PEGGY JO YANCY, Sarepta, Liberal Arts. LINDA GAIL YARBROUGH, Trumann Ark., Liberal Arts, Alpha Omicron Pi. Ninth Row: LINA YATES, Jackson, Liberal Arts, Chi Omega. WILLIAM HILLIARD YATES, JR., Eupora, Business, Phi Delta Theta. ALOYISUS R. YOCHIM, Meridian, Liberal Arts. JANIE YOUNG, Waynesboro, Liberal Arts, Zeta Tau Alpha. LESLIE GLEN YOUNG, Oxford, Liberal Arts, Delta Gamma. NANCY LYNN YOUNG, Oxford, Education, Kappa Delta. Tenth Row: KAI NING YUNG, Hong Kong, Engineering. FRANCIS T. ZACHARY, JR., Hattiesburg, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. LARRY KEITH ZINN, Oxford, Business, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon. ANTHONY EDWARD ZUCCARO, JR., Natchez, Liberal Arts. Abadie, Elizabeth Ann Abbey, William Sellers, 192 Abbott, Donna Dale Abbott, Eugene Marion, Jr., 307 Abbott, George Glister, 307 Abbott, Ira Martin, Jr. Abbott, James Deloach Abel, David Lee, 89, 220, 355 Abel, John Hunter, 218, 341 Abell, James Donald Abernethy, Thomas G. Jr., 106 Abernethy, Wilbur M., 327 Ables, Carlton Wayne Abney, Nancy Schomberg Abney, Richard Samuel, 327 Aboul-Enein, Hassan Y., 297 Abraham, Charles Edwin, 341 Abrahamson, Kathi Ann, 240, Abram, Anthony Lawrence, 307 Acosta, Winthrop Domingo Adair, Glenn Allen, 192, 341 Adams, Andrew James Adams, Cheryl Diane, 190, 35 Adams, Daniel Paul, 276 Adams, David Alan, 341 Adams, Donald Joe, 89, 105, Adams, James Gray, 72 Adams, Lemuel Garner, 232, : Adams, Marcia Robinson Adams, Marie Pipkin, 307 Adams, Mettle Lucille Adams, Thomas Carruth, 230, Addington, Moira M., 188, 35 Aden, Elise, 327 Adkins, Gregory Dean Agent, Keith Selwyn, 297 Aiken, J. Scott, 214 Ainsworth, Phyllis Gail, 200, 35! Ainsworth, Rita Yvonne Ainsworth, Sammy Houston, 32 Ainsworth, Stephen Gregory Akers, Michael Dean, 234, 341 Akin, Kay Frances, 81, 327 Akin Richard Boyd, 232 Albriton, Jan Carol, 240, 355 Alderman, John E. Aldridge, Dennis Carl Aldridge, John Baker, 82, 216, 307 Aldridge, Keith Eugene, 192, Aldridge, Keith Owen, 92 Aldridge, Kenneth Edward, 19 Aldridge, Ronald H., 48, 77 341 Aldridge, Sammy Wayne, 355 Ales, Thomas Keith, 307 Alex, Greg Keith, 297 Alexander, Charles H., Jr., 35 Alexander, Georgianna, 172, Alexander, Joseph Parker, 234 Alexander, Morris Wayne, 307 Alexander, Owens Fitz, 192, 32 Alexander, Robert Terry, 91, 327 Alfonso, Anthony, Jr., 297 Alfonso, Sylvia Fernandez, 297 Alford, Catherine E., 198, 341 Alford, David Baldwin, 228 Alford, Kathy Jane, 76, 198, 34 Alford, Prentiss Keith Algood, Terre! Lee, 79. 80, 97 Ali, Khan Mir Moinuddin, 91 Allen, Amy Kay, 224, 355 Allen, Barry Glen, 77, 232, 307 Allen, Dale Ivan Allen, David Kenyon Allen, David Marion. 82, 236 Allen, Ellen Jo. 88, 240, 355 Allen, Elmer Daif, 256 Allen, James Buckley, 228 Allen, Joe Timothy Allen, Joseph Preston Allen, Kathryn 212, 34 Allen, Lavenia, 190, 307 Allen, Louise. 297 Allen, Marilyn 69, 21C Allen, Pamela Hooker Allen. Patricia Lynn, 188. 355 Allen, Robert Julian, III, 307 Allen, Robert Martin, Jr., 355 Allen, Sharon Allen, Shelton Posey, II, 234 Allen Perry, 230, 355 Allen Thomas Wilsiord, 216 Allen. William Henry, Jr., 4B, 355 Allen. Horace, 216, 3! Allen, Joseph Daniel Kent, 196. 34 Diane Olivia, 212, 341 Allison, John Samuel 192 Allred. Michael S., 94 Almon. Patricia Ann, 94 Altick, Marguerite Diane, 224, Altman, Dan Patrick, 192 Altman, Mika! Eugene, 192, 32 Alvarez, Julia Pearl, 200, 327 Ambrose, Anne, 341 Ambrose, Elizabeth Ellen, 226, : Amodeo, Michael Lee, 327 Amos, Barbara E. Amos, Bethel Travis Amos, James Ward, 106 Anders, Lauren, 69, 212 Anderson, Anne Poitvent, 48, 341 Anderson, Buford Ray Anderson, Charles W., Ill Anderson, David Douglas, 230 Anderson, Joel Edward Anderson, Lawrence H., 341 Anderson, Phyllis Ann Anderson, Robert Allen, 230, 3 Anderson, Robert E., 216, 327 Anderson, Sharon Lee Anderson, Tamora Spann, 210 Anderson, Terry Lavelle, 232 Anderson, Thomas Bradley Anderson, Thomas J., II, 232, 3 Anderson, William A., 216 Andrews, John Steven, Jr., 232 Andrews, Patricia Beth, 224, 341 Andrews, Robert Ross, 218, 307 Anepohl, Charles F., 214, 355 Anthony, David Earl, 89 Anthony, Larry Louis, 234, 341 Antoon, Mary Evelyn, 103, 224, Antrim, George Arthur Antrim, Margaret Ruth, 341 Apple, Nancy Applewhite, Glenda Faye Arbuthnot, Peter Ivan Arcuri, Dominic Joseph, 214, 31 Arledge, Elzey Joe, Jr., 236, 29: Armour, Barbara Ann, 240, 355 Armstrong, Donna Jo Armstrong, Brenda Gail, 73, 341 Armstrong, Crowell Hood, 256 Armstrong, James Daniel, 91 Armstrong, James Sidney, 94, 29 Armstrong, Luther Adolph Armstrong, Rebecca Pearl, 226, Armstrong, William David, 196 Arnault, Lynne Sandra, 355 Arnett, Edmond Brooks, 108 Arnett, Jane Diane, 327 Arnold. Eddy Dean, 297 Arnold, Ernest Bradley Arnold, James H., Jr., 297 Arnold, John Joseph Arnold, Judy Rawson, 307 Arnold, William Thomas, 196, 3 Arora, Manohar Lal, 297 Arrington, David Dean Arrington, Virgil Eugene, 355 Asal, Glenda F. Asal, Kareem S., 79 Asger, Evelyn Anne Jaynes, 240, Ash, Donna! Gene Ash, Lyman Henry Ashford, Andy L., 234, 355 Ashford. Clay, 234. 34 Ashley, Charles Winnick, 327 Assaf, Jennifer Dell, 198, 355 Assaf, Tom Ellis, 216, 327 Asters, Carolyn Posey Atchley, Karen Lucille, 60, 69, 307 Atchley, Randall Edwin Atkeison, Michael Lynn Atkinson, Allen Gerald, 108 Atkinson, Barbara Ruth, 224 Atkinson, Boyd P., 216, 307 Atkinson, Eugene Walton, Jr., 216, 307 Atkinson, John Ray, 216, 341 Atkinson, Melvin Van, 220 Atkinson, Rhett William, 60, 67, 78 79, 130, 234, 307 Lyndon Atwood, 327 Nicholas G., IV, 70, 207 Aultman, Eva Carolyn Austin. Alvin 0. Austin, Frank B. Austin, Ernest, 48. 97, 1 Avaltreni, Tillio John, 70, 79, 307 Avant Linda Joyce, 355 Axtell Betty Gail, 81, 307 Aycock. Susan, 81, 86, 327 Ayres, Thomas Grant, 214 Ayres, William McNeil, 355 B Bebington, Nancy Hope, 341 Bacon, Leonard Anthony Bacot, Nancy Ann Eubanks Baddour, Don Claude, 234 Baddour, Fred Thomas, 234 327 Baddour, Paul Marion, 75, 297 Bagbv, John Blythe, 230, 341 Bagley. Bonnie Ann Bagwell, McArthur, 75, 297 Bagwell. Elizabeth Ann Bagwell, Michael Williams Baham, Paul W., Jr., 84 Bahm, Deborah Powell Baler, Michael M. Baig, Mina Pervaiz, 85, 297 Bailess, Robert Russel, 228 Bailey, Barbara Jean, 86, 103, 32 Bailey, Barbara Lynn Bailey, Danny Lewis, 307 Bailey, Deborah Jane, 240, 355 Bailey, Elizabeth Ann, 202, 355 Bailey, Linda Beth Bailey, Lonnie David, 355 Bailey, Malcolm Douglas, 72, 32 Bailey, Marilyn Blakeslee, 327 Bailey, Noel! Bush, 218, 355 Bailey, Phillip Jason, 214, 307 Bailey, Robert Eugene, 220, 341 Bailey, Robert Walter, 297 Bailey, Sidney Lynn, 88, 224, 327 Bailey, Stephen Michael, 355 Bailey, Thomas A. Bailey, William Mangum Bailey, William Waddell Baird, Gordon E. Baird, Richard Gaylon, 270 Baird, Robert Wade, 70, 216 Baird, Veverly Anne, 226, 341 Baker, Beverly Brooks Baker, Jacqueline Kaye, 76, 212, 3 212, 341 Baker, Jimmy Eugene, 238, 307 Baker, Jonell, 240, 355 Baker, Kay Marie Baker, Linda Kay, 81, 212, 307 Baker, Mary Ellen Baker, Nikki Womack, 307 Baker, Shelia Baker, William Gaynes Balch, Mary Kathryn, 48, 73, 76, 188, 341 Baldwin, James Rutherford Baldwin, Jenny Kay, 226 Baldwin, Owen William, 327 Baldwin, Ray Douglas Baldwin, Thomas Michael, 230, Balko, Janet Kathryn, 341 Ball, Christy Adele Ballard, Sallie Dix, 76, 198, 341 Ballard, Trudys Lucille, 327 Ballenger, Jane E., 327 Bane, Beverly Ann, 341 Banks, Joyce Lynn, 341 Baran, Joseph Edward, Jr. Barb, Geraldine Faye, 307 Barbazon, Janice Sue Barber, Edward Griffin Barber, George Russell, Jr. Barber, Richard Herbert, Jr. Barbour, Haley Reeves, 230, 307 Barenis, Dainis, 355 Barham, Nancy Gayle, 327 Barham, Sharon, 86 Barham, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., E Barker, Clifton Dale Barker, Kenneth N. Barks, Melvin Gary Barksdale, Charles C., 70 107, 22 Barksdale. Priscilla L., 198, 355 Barlow, Billy Wray Barmer, Billy Wayne Barmer, Joyce Moncrief Barnes, Annie L. Barnes, Beverly Jane, 188, 355 Barnes, Candyce Gene, 96, 200, Barnes, George Spencer, Jr. Barnes, Harris Hastings, 297 Barnes, Howard Wayne Barnes, Lanell, 224, 355 Barnes, Louis Edward, Jr., 77, 232 Barnes, Queenie Green Barnes, Reginald Eugene, 230, 3C Barnes, Susan Elizabeth Barnes, Worley Anne, 224, 341 Barnett, Eddie Lee Burnett, James Alston Barnett, Janet Elaine, 188, 355 Barnett, Judith D. Barnett. La Nita Ruth, 226. 34 Barnett, Lee G., 108, 307 Barnett, Martha Anne. 226. 307 Barnett Sue 86, 103 Barnett, Randle, 341 Barnett. William R. 106 Barney, Marcia Ruth 190, 341 Barnwell Jon M.. 297 Barr, Alvin Francis, 79 Barr, Lawrence Stewart. 196, 355 Barrett. Alameda Bonier Barrett. Parker Barrett, Peter Hickman, 204 Parrett Valerie Sue Barron. Kenneth Gerald, 327 Barron, Larry Britt, 327 Barron, Ulla Gayle Bartlett, Deborah Ellen, 240 Bartlett, Francis Irving Bartosh, Steohen Andrew Basinger, Michael Van, 341 Baskin, John Frank, 256 Baskin. Mary Kirk, 198, 327 Bass, Robert Holcomb, 208, 355 Restart Michael Raymond, 216, Batman, William Everett Batson, Gordon Theodore Batson, Greer Allene, 210, 322 Batte, James 011iosey, 48, 302 Batte, John Carlisle, 208, 327 Battle, Emery A. Battles, Johnnie Mack Batts, Joe Robert, 355 Bauch, Brenda New Baugh, John Berry Baugher, Stevie Lynn, 355 Bauguess, Carl Thomas Baumgart, Thomas Carl, 307 Bazaar, Eugene Marion Bazaar, Joan Carol Beadle, Donald Raymond, 35! Bean, Deborah Frances, 226, Beard, Andrea Kelly, 86, 327 Beard, Lucinda Jean, 355 Beard, Roderick Anderson, 7 Bearden, Martha Anne, 188, Bearden, Thomas Howard Beardsley, Charles Samuel, ; Beardsley, Donald Arthur, 30: Beardsley, Linda Clark, 307 Beasley, Carolyn Frances, 190 Beasley, Kenneth Moore Beasley, Lana Sharon, 202, 35! Beasley, Marie Elizabeth, 190 Beasley, Marion Thomas Beasley, William Michael, 48 Beasnett, Elizabeth A. H. Beatty, Daniel Anthony, 196, : Beaty, Robert Burl, 93, 307 Beauman, Fred Carlton, 307 Beauman, Sidney H. Beaumont, Edgar C., 341 Beck, Ardie Lavon Becker, Alan Mark, 88, 327 Becker, Margaret Lucy, 355 Beckett, Patricia D. Beckett, Robert Rodney Beckham, Lev Magruder Beckman, Judith Anne, 240, : Beckwith, Sherry Ann, 190, 34 Bedford, John Albert Bedgood, Pamela Jane, 190, : Bedingfield, Susan Alice, 307 Beecroft, Thomas Roy, 108, I Beeler, Dorothy Harvey Beeler, Jerry Lee Beem, Sara Elizabeth, 200 Beeman, Delores Faye, 355 Beemon, Beverly Jean, 212, : Beene, Bobby Gayle Beene, Charles William, 98 Beene, Ronald Owen Beery, Anne Elizabeth, 210, : Behrens, David Augustus, 29 ' Hein, Clifford Philip, 192 Beken, Don Edward Belcher, Steven Lee Belew, Richard Greer, 192 Bell, Abigail Herring Bell, Bonnie, 73, 198, 341 Bell, Brenda Sue 240, 355 Bell, Elizabeth Alder, 198, 30 Bell, Joseph Alston, 327 Bell, Mary Jacquelyn Bell, Richard Edward, 234, 2 Bell Sharon Elaine, 188, 355 Benbow, Roy W. Bendzans, Joseph Kethley, 35 Beneke, Margaret Rothier Benigno, Henry Jetton Bennett, Beverly Faye, 224, 31 Bennett, Bonnie Louise Bennett, David Neal, Jr. Bennett. Gary Dale, 355 Bennett, John Clarence, 355 Bennett, Lawrence G., 111, 2: Bennett, Patsy Joyce, 190, 3! Bennett, Rhonda Jo Bennett, Richard Larry, 297 Bennett Will Evan Reno, Robert McIntyre Benson, Arthur C., 230 Benz, Charles Berch, Jeery Daniel 92 Bergeron, Jesse Gilbert Bernardini. Betsy, 212, 355 Barrett. John Robert, Jr., 20 Berry, Emily Berry, Eugene Sexton, 75, 29 ' Berry, Leo, 356 Berry Lynda Lee Berry, Omer Even, 327 Berry, Robert, Jr., 22B Berry, Thomas Eston, 356 Berry, Warner Robert Best Edwin Moore Best. James Homer, 77, 228, Best, Thomas G. Bethay, John Douglas, 77, 8 341 Bethea, Sarah Helen Bethune, Nancy Lynn Beveliaque, John Edwin, 297 Beveridge, Bonnie Roy, 356 Beyer, Kenneth Kevin, 48, 222 Bhagat, Sheela K. Valentine W., Jr., 29 ' Bidgood, Charles S., 216, 327 Biedenhern, Elizabeth L., 200, 308 Bien, Harvey Dale, 82, 206, 308 Biggers, Jenny Lee, 69, 107, 198 Biggers, Peggy Lanier, 76, 198, 341 Herbert W., 297 Biggs, Robert Manson, 208, 356 Bilbo, Thomas Earl, 297 Bills, Robert Conner, 228, 308 Birchett, Thomas Cleveland, 230, 308 Bird, Gary David, 236 Bishop, Harold S. Bishop, Richard C. Bishop, William Lloyd, 220, 308 Bittle, Irvin Albert, 222, 356 Bjornstad, Neil Erling Black, Carl Victor, Jr., 80, 91 Black, Charles Francis, 220, 356 Black, Douglas Marcel, 2113, 356 Black, Harriet Eliz, 240, 356 Black, Henry H., 216, 308 Black, Scott Gilmer, Jr., 341 Blackburn, James Michael Blackburn, Ronald Fred, 91, 297 Blackburn, Susan Fleming, 79 Blackledge, Bonnie Carol, 48, 86 Blackledge, John Marlin, 327 Blackman, George R., 297 Bla ckwood, Eric Carlton, 236, 327 Blailock, Barry Ladale, 196 Blaine, F. Matthew, 238 Blaine, Sheila Gail, 341 Blair, Barbara Christine, 86, 88, 188, 308 Blair, Edward Russell, III, 234, 341 Blair, Holbert D., 236, 327 Blake, Janet Maude Blakeslee, Frances Madreen, 73, 76, 200, 341 Kenneth Leo Blandford, 308 Blankenship, David William Blankenship, Wanda Frances, 212 Blanks, Wendell Lyn, 224, 341 Blanton, Hubert Lee, Jr. Blanton, Thomas A., 232, 341 Blauert, James Gary Blaydes, Jeanette Beaver, 308 Bledsoe, Mary Patricia, 200, 356 Bless, Patricia Alma Blevins, Robert, 220, 356 Blohm, Dorothy Emma, 240, 327 Bloodworth, Sandra K., 188. 327 Bloss, George F., III, 236, 341 Blount, Anne E. Blount. Charles B., 228, 327 Blount, Daniel Clayton Blount, Joseph L.. 256 Blount, Kenneth Lloyd, 232, 256 Blount, Laura Lee 308 Blount, Rosalie Luke, 308 Blount Sam Turner Blount, Sharon Ann, 327 Board, Julie Epps Boatner, Barry Vaughn Boatrinht, Thomas F. Boatrinht, Wanda Earle, 60, 69, 82, 89 194. 708 Boatwright, Rickey Beryl Robb, Mary Bell. 48 198, 327 Bobo, Elizabeth M., 297 Bobo Larry id., 230, 308 Boaard, PhIllio Dennis, 218, 356 Sally Ann Joseph Slattery, 48, 208, 341 Rooness Julian Eugene 208 Poops, Robert Paul 97, 297 Bogue. Robby David Boland, Jack Wiley Newman, Jr., 220, 177 Belch, Martha Camilla, 89, 200, 354 Bolden, Wanda S.. 86, 103 Roles, James Dewey Rol+ Faye Bolton, Clinton McKellar Bolton, Richard Paul Pend riles Wood. Jr. Pond. William, 308 Bonds. James Walker 70. 234 Bonner, James Preston Rooker. Pornita Faye Boone. Frank C., Jr., 297 Ronne. James. 212, 356 Boone Jam,., Taylor 256 Poona, Kenneth I oonard, 327 Booth, Alice Elizabeth Rooth, Carl Clifton, 256 Rooth, Cheryl W. po,41, Robert 222 Rooth James Michael 222, 327 Anr,fh Reber+ 97 Rooth. Joseph M.. 222 Roarer. Larry Thomas 97 Borchert, Martin John, Jr., 67, 74, 77, 78, 82, 234, 308 Borden, Ann Vinson Borden, Lee Hansel!, 77, 208, 308 Borden, Thomas Grey, Jr., 356 Bergen, Lowell Andrew Bornman, Mary Edgar, 198. 327 Borthwick, Mary Diane Bost, Aileen Johnson Bost, Freddy Martin, 327 Bost, William M., Jr., 94, 297 Bost, William Marlin, Sr. boshan, Marion E. Boswell, cheryl Ann, 190, 356 Boswell, Emily Hall Boteier, Eileen Reader, 198, 356 Boteler, Margaret Amanda, 356 Botha, Deborah Lynn, 356 Botticelli, Vincent A. Botto, Barbara Jo, 224, 356 Bottom, John Thomas, 232 Boucher, Duaine Miller, 270 Bouchillon, William R. Boudreaux, Catherine Ann, 240, Bounds, Linda Elaine, 341 Bounds, Rodney Edward, 208 Bounds, William Lawrence Bounds, William Ross, 192 Bourgeois, Lucien Lenord Bourgeois, Ray Michael, 192 Bourlamd, Brent, 77, 327 Bouton, Elizabeth T., 190, 341 Bouton, John Brinkley, 48, 308 Boutwell, Ronald Luie, 208, 308 Bowden, Marsha Ann, 86 Bowden, Patsy Lee, 48, 86, 101, Bowdre, Nehemiah, 356 Bowen, Anne Mathilde Bowen, Bonnie Lois, 327 Bowen, Charles Michael Bowen, John H., III, 216, 256 Bowen, John Henry Bowen, Kit Hansel!, 67, 70, 79, I Bowen, Martha Black Bowen, Martha Burroughs, 198, Bowen, Mary Allen, 86, 88, 198 Bowen, Richard Thurmond, 341 Bowen, Robert Owen, 356 Bowen, Roy Glenn, 276 Bowen, Sally Joan Patricia Bowers, Kenneth Philip Bowling, Morris James, 222 Bowman, Billy Bunton, 297 Bowman, Glenda Annette. 308 Bowman, Mary Perkins, 297 Bowman, Steven P. Box, Samuel Lucien Box, Scotty Ray. 327 Box, Hoyt, 308 Boyce, Clare Manly, 212, 328 Boyd, Graham Gregory Boyd, James Gary, 308 Boyd, John Larry Boyd, Rhoda Jamille Boyd, Robert Allan, 236, 356 Boyd, Robert Lee. 228, 328 Boyd, Susan Carolyn, 212 Boyd William Slone, Boykin, Donald William, 82 Boyle. Elaine Peeples Boyle, Patrick John Boyte. Donald Gwin, 328 Boyles, Georgia Mae Boyles, James Douglass Boyles, Johnny Hugh Boyll, Guy Lee, 308 Braddock, James E. James Warner Katherine Bailey Bradford Lanny Baxter. 218 Bradford, Peggy Lee, 224 Bradley. Guy Alexander 208. 34 Bradley, Jane Tucker. 212, 356 Bradley, Thomas Charles. 356 Brady, James Obannon, 708, 35 Brady. Joe Jr., 297 Brady, Steven Kyle, 328 Brady. Suzan Moore Bramlet Barnie T., Jr. Bramlett, Brenda Susan, 240 35 Bramlett, Elizabeth Ann, 198 356 Bramlett, Gay Lawler. 103. 198 Bramblett, Sallie Key, 200, 328 Branch, Parker. 297 Branch, Lyle Poston, 297 Brand. Betty Laura, 202 308 Brand William Gary, 105, 308 Brandom. Garlan Floyd, 308 Brandom, Martha Elise, 79, 297 Brandon Elizabeth Wallace Brandon, Leslie Juanita, 88, I 328 Brandon, Mary Love, 240, 356 Brandon, William Douglas Brannan. Sherry Lee Branscome, Dianne, 200, 341 Brantley, James P. Brantley. Jeffery Elliot, 356 Branton, William Crews, 356 Branum, Sylvia T. Brasfield, Craig E. Brasfield. James Scott M., 106 Brasfield, Madeline Ellene Brashear, John Edward, 80 Brasher, Charlotte T., 86, 342 Brasher, Hilda E., 308 Brassel, Patricia Nell, 356 Bratton, Gean Gale Bratton, William Carl, 88. 234, Braun, Dennis Kay, 92, 308 Braun, Frank Xavier Brawner, Jerry Wayne Bray, Ph ' lip M. Bray, Virginia Katherine Brazil, Hugh Edward, 108, 297 Breazeale, Barbara. 308 Breland, Fritz Clayton, Jr. dienkert, Elizabeth Scott Brewer, Beverly Benson, 356 Brewer, Britton Wheeler, 221 Brewer, Gregory Lee, 10, 3, Brewer, James Daniel, 356 Brewer, Marjorie Sue Brewer, Norman Craig, Ill, 232 2, Brewer, Sherry Patricia thewe,, Vera Jane, 81, 86, 25 Brewer, William Tony, 342 Bi.uge, Betty Marie Bridgeiorth, Robert L., 342 Bridgers, David Irvin, 214, 2E Bridgers, John Allen, III, 201 , Bridges, Hanle Gail, 342 Bridges, Harold Ware, Jr., ; Bridges, Thad Sharon, 90, 35 Theresa K., 198, Briggs, Dale Vincent, 328 Bright, Sue, 86, 88, 202, 328 Bringardner, Ed Smith, 214, Bring le, Sara Elizabeth Brinson, Jimmy Dickson, 97, Brisco, Beverly Anne, 202, 30 Briscoe, Carla Ross Briscoe, Marvin Earl Briscoe, Rebecca Jo, 342 7 Brister, Calvin Gotten, 79, 2 Brister, Carolyn Read Brister, Devotie Ward, 228, Brister, Fred Eugene, 216, 25 Britt, Dennis Edwin Britt, Susan Kaye, 76, 82, 210, 342 Brock, James Murray, Jr., 8 88, 328 Brockman, William Georg, 356 Brodoisky, Sidney, 308 !hookas, Samuel 0., III brooks, James Roy Brooks, Janice Clyde, 308 Brooks, John Alford Brooks, Maryann Dunn Brooks, Patricia Ann, 226, 30 Brooks, Thomas Norman, 196 Broom, Susan Elaine, 7 6, 210, 342 Broome, Gerry Walter, 342 Brougher, Robert lerry Broun, Charles Wood, Ill, 2 Browder, Nina Elizabeth, 211 Brown, Alton Longino Brown, Donnie Joe Brown, Ernie Herman, 256 Brown, Eugene Franklin, 97 Brown, Frances Dianne, 86, Brown, Fredda Jo Brown, George A., Jr. Brown, Iris Adele, 73, 76, 20C Brown, James Lee, 232 Brown, John Tamberlain, 196 Brown, Kenneth Ray, 308 Brown, Lee Oatis, 342 Brown, Marsha Loretta, 76, I Brown, Mary Elizabeth, 212, Brown, Nancy Carol, 308 Brown, Nancy Turner Brown, Paul Earnest Brown, Richard Harris, 196, Brown, Ronald Stennis, 97 Brown, Thomas Edward, 356 Brown, Thomas Edward, Jr., Brown, Thomas Ray Brown, Venie Edward Brown, Wanda Jeanette, 328 Brown, Wayne Muliar, 92 Brown, William Glen, 328 Brown, William Richard, Jr. Brown, William Thomas, II 356 8 Brown, William Van, 256 Brown, Winfred E. Browne, Rebecca Ann, 240, Browning, Don Linton Browning, William Ronald, 1 Brownlee, Avin Scott Given, Phyllis, 74, 308 Broyles, Mary Catherine, 34: Bruce, Charles, 298 Bruce, D eborah Yvonne, 32B Bruce, William Edward, 218, Bruce. Winford Walter, 11 Brumfield, Ella Susan, 226 Brumfield, Jewel Duwane, 22( Brumfield, Patricia R., 101, Brumfield, Thad Robinson, 2 Brumley, Michael Herman, Brunckhorst, William L. Brungart, Nelson D., 204, 34: Bryan, Betty Ann, 93 Bryan. Harris Leden, 308 Bryan, Richard Cohron, Jr. Bryan, Steve H., 214, 342 Bryant, Betty Ann, 356 Bryant, Bobby Gene Bryant, D. Marie, 308 Bryant, Edward Glenn, 67, 0 2 300 Braynt, Giles Wheeler Bryant, James August Bryant, James Everett Bryant, Judith Crawley Mary Elizabeth, 81 198, 328 Bryant, Michael Bradford Bryant, Olen C., Jr., 228, 32 Bryant, Sandra Kroll Bryant, William Andrew Bryant, Mae, 60, 210, Bry on, Harriette Ann, 81, Bryson, James Robert buchanan, Bruce Emmett, d Buchanan, Carol Ann, 198, : Buchanan, Helen Victor,. Buchanan, Jim Bright, 230, Buchanan, Minor Ferris, 230 Buchanan, Pamela Ewing, 2 buchberger, Marie E., 224, Buchholz, Frederic Albert, Buck, James Marshall, II, Buckles, Wanda Tracy Buckley, Terrell Kelly Buckner, Carolyn, 224, 328 Buckner, Edward Aylette, I Buehler, Beverly Hood, 212 Buehler, Ernest Bernard, 356 Buehnerkemper, Kenneth N Buffalo, Melissa, 188, 342 Buffington, Jeanne Marie Buffington, Robert S. Buffington, William R. Bufkin, Sandra Ann, 210, 3 Buford, David Edward, 92, Buford, Ethel Mae, 328 Buford, James Dudley, Jr., Buford, Nan Elizabeth, 202, Buie, Paula, 190, 342 Bullard, Fred Milton Bullard, George Newton, 2: Bullock, Jerry Wayne, 234, Bunch, Larry Hugh, 77, 192, Bunn, Courtney Kathleen, 309 Bunting, William Madison Bunyard, Michael Dean Burcheld, Rita Gad, 328 Burdick, Charles Gray, 94 Burdine, Frank W., 208, 305 Burdine, Jane Rule Burdison, Frances Sandra Burdison, Neva Evonne Burdock, George Allan, 29 Burford, Frederick Wayne, Burgess, Robert Lee, 192 Burgoyne, Pamela Adair, 2, Burk, John Davis, 70, 328 Burke, Mary Ruth, 93, 103 Burke, Robert Oliver, Jr., 5 Burke, Thomas Richard Burkes, Edward Earby Burkes, Jerry L. Burkett, Betty Ann, 210, 356 Burkhalter, Walter Guy, 342 Burkle, Anna Louise, 190, 3 Burlison, David Paul, Jr. Burnett, Francis Gerald, 298 Burnett, Helen Pope Burnett, Jerry Clark, 232 Burney, Mary Paula, 309 Burnham, Barbara J., 81, 2( Burnham, Van Robinson, 23 Burns, James Curtis Burns, Kenneth Merritt Burns, Rebecca Jill, 190, 342 Burns, Rhondie Harold, 218, Burnside, James Vernon Burnside, Lucy Hamblin Burrell, Thomas Samuel, 85, Burroughs, Barbara Nalou Burson, Mary Eston, 101, IS Burson, Sally Pegues, 190, 3 Burt, Judie Mize Burt, Thomas Ware Burton, Franklin Gail Busby, Beverly Ann, 356 Busby, Candy Kilgore, 89, 3 Bush, Elizabeth Arledia, 356 Bushell, Lockye Odell Buskirk, Patricia Louise Buskirk, WiIram Paul Butler, Carol Ann, 328 Butler, Carole Jean, 202, 3 Butler, Cath ' e Bass, 200, 356 Butler, Cynthia Annice Butler, Granville Wayne, 21 Butler, Harriet Louise Butler, Larry Michael Butler, Oscar David Butler, Robert Stephen Butler, Tommy Landis, 270 Butterworth. Jane Craig Butts, Charles Yates Butts, David Olan Jr., 234 Butts. Pamela, 80, 200, 328 Buzard. Suzann, 200, 309 Byars, Mabee Evelyn Byars Terry A., 356 Bynum, Donna P. Bynum. Roger Byrd Wallace 86, 309 Byrd Walter R., Jr., 67, 70 708, 128 Byrd Wiliam Preston, 92, 3 C Suzanne Arne, 19 Homer Reed Cagle, Catherine E., 328 Cagle, Ralph Norman, Jr., Cain, Charles Thomas Cain, Robert Arthur, 309 Cain, William Sterling, 230, 309 Galciwell, Albert Michael, 208, 321 Caldwell, Billy Dan, 309 Caldwell, Carolyn Ann, 190, 356 Cecily Ruth Caldwell, 328 Caldwell, Emily Armstrong, 190 342 Caldwell, George William Caldwell, John Dale, 192, 309 Caldwell, Kathy Lou, 212, 342 Caldwell, Margaret E., 309 Caldwell, Marie Elaine, 200, 356 Caldwell, Richard Eugene Caldwell, William Henry, 230, 309 Calhoun, Gaye Oakley Callahan, Cheree Yvette Callicut, William Webber, 228 Callihan, Robert Douglas Calvasina, Gerald Edward, 222 342 Calvasina, Richard Victor Calvert, James Lauren, 309 Calvert, Susan Ann, 356 Camire, George Dennis Camp, James Robert Campbell, Carl Benjamin Campbell, Clarice Thompson, 96 Campbell, David Andrew Campbell, Esther Josephine, 342 Campbell, Ethel Valerie, 198 Campbell, Guy Douglas, 48, 88 206, 357 Campbell, Henry Wallace Campbell, John Patrick, 309 Campbell, Nance Lee, 328 Campbell, Robert Lee, IV, 357 Campbell, Ronald W. Campbell, Susan Baker, 202, 309 Campos, Soledad Almagro, 298 Travis Allen Canizaro, James Thomas, 214, 357 Cannada, Paul D.-vis, 70, :32, 342 Cannon, Glenn Dale, 58, 86, 170 234, 256, 309 Canova, Charlie Alex, Jr., 70, 343 Canterbury, John William Cantin, Adranelle 0., 343 Canty, Marion Stewart, 48, 228, 355 Caperton, Joseph Randall, 343 Demetria Ann, 343 Caplinger, Thomas Ray Cappaert, Carolyn Sue, 357 Caranna, Cono Anthony, II Cardwell, Judy Edwina, 240 357 Carleton, Sherrill W., Jr., 236 Carlisle, Barry W., 82, 216, 309 Carlisle, Edith Vance Carlisle, Michael Emerson, 89, 214 Carlisle, Richard Lamar Carlisle, Woodrow W., Jr. Carlson, David Robert, 80 Carlson, George C., Jr. Carlson, Jane Ellen, 240, 328 Carlton, Sidney, 309 Carmean, Paul William, Jr., 208, 343 Carmichael, Courtney, 198, 357 Carmichael, Malcolm H. Carmon, James Harold Carnal!, Larry Sim, 328 Carney, Stephen Dale, 192, 343 Carothers, Ernest Lewis Carpenter, Carol Waller, 309 Carpenter, Charles Wayne Carpenter, James Willis Carpenter, Joseph N., 328 Carpenter, Katherine A., 103, 212 Carpenter, Linda Christine Carpenter, Philip Wade Carpenter, Preston Caswell, 234, 256 Carpenter, Terry Carol, 234 Carpenter. William L. Carr, Cynthia Ann, 212, 343 Carraway, Marvin Leeton, 91 Carroll, Candace Moore, 198, 328 Carroll, Evelyn Newman Carroll, Nancy Butler Carson, Dana Jean Griffis Carson, James Michael, 234, 343 Carson, Joan Blandon Carson, John Robert, 97 Carson, Marshall Neal Carson, Peter Vickie Jean Carter, Alan Walker, 48, 216, 343 Carter, Barbara Ann, 190, 357 Ferrell, Carole Carter, 328 Carter, Elizabeth Ann, 103, 240, 309 Carter, Gary Gray, 310 Carter, Geardie Mae Carter, John Edington, 357 Carter, John Stubblefield, 230, 343 Carter, Kirk Paxton Carter, Larry Darnell Carter, Nick Charles, 192, 343 Carter, James Ralphoel, 357 Carter, Robert Mitchell, 77, 234 Caruso, Stephen Alan, 77, 222, 310 Carver, Judith Lynn, 328 Carver, Kathryn Colleen, 212, 357 Casanova, Travis Glen Case, Jack B. Case, Natalie Lynn, 202, 343 Case, Raymond Talmadge Casey, Richard C., 220, 328 Casey, Thomas Marshall, 343 Cash, Philip Ray, 357 cashrnan, Anne Conway, 310 Cashman, Louis Patrice, 204, 357 Cassaday, Trudi Mercier Cassady, Barbara Ann, 210, 357 Cassady, John Michael, 228 Cassell, Stephen Douglas, 108, 310 Cassibry, Napoleon L., HI, 20d, 343 Castigliola, Vincent J. Castleoerry, Gordon M., 70, 214 Catchings, William H., Jr., 357 Catlin, Will.am, III, 232 Cato, Charles Edward Caulfield, James Barron, Jr., 85, 88, 192, 310 Causey, Jimmy Cavanaugh, Patrick J., Jr., 90, 238, 310 Cefalu, Andrew Joseph, 206, 343 Chadwick, Michael William, 93, 343 Chaffin, Paula Young, 310 Chaffin, Will.am Michael Chamberlain, George L., 232 Chambers, Walter Lee, 343 Chamblee, Louis R. Chamblee, Sylvia Jean, 188 Chambley, Sherry Diann Chambliss, Donald Ray, Jr., 48 Chambliss, John Scobey, 357 Champion, Betty Barner, 202, 357 Champion, James H., Jr., 60, 67, 77, 78, 234, 310 Champion, Montle Christine Chancellor, Mary Ann, 48, 103, 200, 343 Chandler, David Jarrett Chandler, Johnny C., 208 Chandler, Lawrence N. Chaney, Stephen Thomas, 196, 357 Chang, Benedict Charng-An, 298 Chang, Chio-Ying CaIli, 298 Chang, Simon Shang, 298 Chapman, Bertha Kay, 328 Chapman, Gay Lynn Chapman, Kendall Phillips Chapman, Larry H., 97 Chapman, Mary Ann, 328 Chapman, Rupert Leander, 343 Charbonnet, Pierre N., III, 310 1 Charles, Hal Cecil, 328 Chastain, David Otto, 357 Chatham, Michael Colin, 357 Chatterjee, Sailendra Nath, 298 Cheairs, Florence Randolph Cheatham, James Andrew Cheatwood, Jeff Judson Cheatwood, Molly M. Chen, Chern Julie, 298 Cheng, Chia Yung, 85 Chennault, Deborah Ann, 198 Cher ry, Barbara Lorraine Chew, Chun Hoy, 357 Childers, Paul Milton, 298 Childers, Richard Lynwood Childers, Robert Bostick, 234, 357 Childs, Jolee, 224, 310 James Williams, 328 Chin, Donald Pang Chin, Warren Francis Raymond, 92 Chinn, Cedric Vaughn, 343 William David Chisholm, Candace, 188, 357 Chism, Cheryl Sue, 188, 310 Chism, James Neal Chism, Wanda Marie Chism, Wilton Harrell Chittom, Dempsey Brooks, Jr. Choate, Horace Edward, Jr. Choe, Hyong Kil, 91 Chow, Audric Hing, 328 Chow, Richard Chow, Sallye Lay, 310 Sammy Ming Chow, 97, 298 Chow, Wesley Dean Chrestman. Rebecca Ann, 328 Floyd Leland, Jr. Christian, Walter Bates, 343 Christmas, Larry Everett John W., 298 Chrisfu, Nicholas Chris Martin Kirk Chu, Leroy Dong, 93 Chu, Shu-Hong 298 Chumbler, Brent Stanton, 256 Chunn, Anson Bob, 94 298 Chunn, Benny Smith, 378 Church, Jane, 310 Church, Faith Margaret, 73, 76, 343 Church, Joe David, 220, 32B Church, Rebecca Jane, 357 Chustz, James Stephen, 192 Cissna, Mary Louise, 58, 240, 310 Clagett, Ralone Sue Clagett, Thomas Peter Clanton, Melissa Lynn, 86, 310 Clark, Beverly Jo Clark, Charles Cleveland, 77, 813, 228, 343 Clark, Charles Luper, 298 Clark, Charles Randall Clark, Donald Gean, 328 Frances Burt, 343 Clark, George Harold Clark, Grady Mims, Jr., 234, 357 Clark, James Rayford, Jr., 328 Clark, James Steven, 328 Clark, Larry Edmond Clark, Melaine Ann, 76, 169, 343 Clark, Paul Frederick Clark, Roger Travis, 94, 298 Clark, Sandra Jo Clark, Susan Jay, 72, 224, 328 Clarke, James Stewart Clarke, John Carey, 214 Clary, Robert A., II, 192 Clary, Stephen Paul, 220, 310 Clauer, Robert R., Jr., 218, 357 Clay, Donna L. Clay, Marjorie Payne, 310 Clayton, Hugh Carter, 60, 67, 298 Clayton, Leland Glenn Clayton, Michael Lee Clayton, Richard Dantzler Clayton, Ronald Harris Clayton, William Joseph, 106, 2 Cleland, William Howard Clemmer, Ronald Wayne, 97, 2 Cleveland, John Daniel, 89, 328 Cliatt, Mary Jo Puckett Clingan, Mary Jane A. Clinton, Ann Avery Clinton, Carolyn Sue, 88, 89, 343 Clinton, Marjorie Sue, 88, 310 Cloar, Thomas Jefferson, 234 Cloud, Charles Randall, 234 Clouse, Stephen Collins, 238, 3 Coates, Evelyn Louise, 224, 310 Coats, Alta Kate, 357 Coats, James Filo, 192 Coats, William Jerry Cobb, Carol Gay Cobb, Henry Rightor, 214, 357 Cobb, Thomas Randy Cobb, Trebie Kay, 69, 224, 310 Cobill, Earl Wayne, 108 Cochran, Janice Cochran, Robert Finley, Jr. Cochran, Walter Rodney, 196, 3 C ockrell, Jerald Davis Cockrell, Thomas L., 298 Coers, Cathleen Nelson Coers, Janice Roi Coffey, James Major Cohron, Roxie Bonita Coker, Onnie Rex, 310 Coker, William Harlow, 256 Colby, John Wilson, Jr. Cole, Carolyn, 210, 328 Cole, Catherine Pattridge Cole, Donald R., 343 Cole, Gary Stanford, 230 Cole, Robert Brady, 208, 343 Cole, Wilford Qualls, III, 216, 3 Cole, William James, Ill, 108, Coleman, Constance L., 190, 1 Coleman, Crenola Sneed Coleman, Dennis Franklin, 256 Coleman, Gary Leburn Coleman, Gwyneth Jane Coleman, Jaclyn S. Coleman, Joe Price, 77, 232 Coleman, Larry D., 329 Coleman, Lee Sorrels, 48, 67 Colemna, Robert Kerry Coleman, Ronald Glen, 270, 276 Coleman. William David Coley. Charlotte Louise, 329 Collier, Constance Marie, 310 Collier, James Emmett, 196, 357 Collier, John Brooks, 228 Collier, Penny Janelle, 210, 357 Collier, Thomas Harris, 77, 82, 196. 310 Collins, David Lee, 357 Collins, James Anthum Collins, James Rupert, 192, 357 Janis Parker Collins Jean Gillander, 310 Collins. John David. 52, 343 Collins, John Francis, Jr., 329 Collins, Phillip Michael, 85, 329 Robert Kay, 90, 108, 196 Collins, Russell 220 Collins, William Colin, 329 Collony John Collums, Carolyn Ann, 343 Collums, Randy Lee Cornier, Diane Calmer, William Jeffrey, 85, 310 Colson, Beth, 343 Colter, Sandra Jo, 202. 329 Combs, Lee Ann. 212, 343 Comer, James Elton 298 Corner, John Richard 310 Corner, Kay, 379 Corner. Linda Kay. 190 357 Commander. Walter Edward, 357 Commer, Ave Lenora Commer, Malcolm Jefferson, : 310 Condon, I illene Williams, 96 Condon, William Patrick. 97, 21 Cone, Nancy Elizabeth 298 Conger, John Steven, 92, 310 Conley, Larry Clinton Connell, Alason, 226, 357 Conner, Charles Stockton Conner, Judith Carole Conner, Lee K. Conner, Linda Susan Connor, Pamela Jane, 226, 310 Connors, Thomas Matthew, 230 Conrad, Craig Miller Conway, Carol, 343 Conway, Carol Ruth, 198, 298 Cook, Carol, 298 Cook, Charles Lawrence Cook, Douglas Lee, 357 Cook, Drinda Marian, 190, 343 Cook, Gary Malone, 216, 357 Cook, John Patrick, 204 Cook, Lester, Jr., 230, 329 Cook, Robert Lane, 329 Cook, Steve Hobson Cook, Steven Trent Cook, Thomas Archie Cook, Virginia Ann, 329 Cook, William Leslie, Jr. Cooke, Frenchie Miller, 190, 343 Cooke, Mary Susan Cooke, Michael Dale, 299 Cooke, Stephen Scott, 343 Cooke, Steven Aldred Cooper, Deborah Lynn Cooper, Douglas Lee, 228 Cooper, James Robert, Jr., 196 Cooper, Kathy Ann, 202, 310 Cooper, Minton Floyd, 214, 357 Cooper, Patricia Lynn Cooper, Paul Roy, 196, 357 Cooper, Richard Eugene Cooper, Robert Franklin, 206, 35 Cooper, Sarah Joan Coopwood, Claudia Keith Cope, Karen Olivia, 171, 224, 32 Cope, Laurence Brian, 236, 357 Copeland, Richard Wyatt, 299 Corban, John Quint, 218 Corban, Randall Mead, 230, 357 Corey, Mark Jeffery, 208, 343 Corley, Arch McKennon, 230 Corley, Carroll Clark, 234, 357 Corley, Kenneth Corliss, Barry Martin, 256 Cormell, Robert Michael, 218 Cornelius, Robert Thomas, 234, : Cortes, Rocha Jaime Cosgrove, Melanie Cosper, Mary Luan Cost, Deborah Kay, 89 Coston, Carol Lynn Cothran, Janice Kay, 188 Cotten, Abby Ann, 224, 310 Cotten, Anne Olivia, 357 Cotton, Al Paulthenia, 299 Couch, Sharon Sue Coutoumanos, Cynthia Lynn, 343 Covert, John Walter, Jr., 206, 34 Covington, Waymon Thomas Covington, William D., Jr., 2 343 Cowan, Judith Lee, 329 Coward, Tom, Jr. Cowsert, Hugh Ingram, III, 82, : Cox, Arthur Anderson, Jr., 236 Cox, Barbara Ann, 52, 58, 88, 1 226, 310 Cox, Elizabeth Afto n, 69, 226, 311 Cox, George Butler, Jr. Cox, Harmon Wilfred, 70, 86, 2 329 Cox, James Richard, 230, 357 Cox, John Jeffrey, 357 Cox, Larry Eugene, 238 Cox, Lucy Weidner Cox, M. Carolyn, 357 Cox, Michael Hugh Cox, Mollie Gaines Cox. Phillip Draper, 192 Coxwell, Cynthia Suzanne, 210, Coyle, Arlen Benson Cracraft, Jean Scott, 198, 310 Craft, John Michael, 329 Crai g, Bernice D. Craig, Clarence Robert Craig, Danny Eugene Craig, David Lester, 299 Craig, Omar D. Crain. Barbara Sue Crain, Warren Bryan Gran, Earnest, Jr. Crane, Michael Brown Craven, David Lee, 232 Craven, Kiffin R.. Jr., 70, 192 Cravens, Betty Ruth Crawford. James Jerry, 89, 343 Crawford. John Byron Crawford. Lee. Jr.. 230, 37 ' Crawford Linda L. Grisham, 32 ' Crawford. Marian Cox, 299 Crawford. Mary Helen Crawford, Richard Marvin 230, Crawford, Ronnie Lee. 329 Crawford, Walter Jeffrey, 105, 2. 329 Crawford, William P. Creech, William Ralph Crews, Carol Jean. 200, 357 Crews. J.. Jr.. 86. 218. Cribbs Ferdinand P., Jr., 106, Robert Gray Gritz. Carrie Lee Crocker, Jerry Lee, 97 Crocker, Rita F. Courson Crockett, Denton Winter, Jr Crockett, Dyke Wayne Crockett, George Edward Crockett, Sharon Worley Cromeans, Jane Marie, 310 Cromeans, John William, 101 Crongeyer, James Joseph Crook, Carolyn Louise, 240, : Cross, Frances Victoria, 240, : Cross, George S., 310 Crouch, Brenda Hales, 310 Crouch, Charles Warren, 310 Crow, John James, 192 Crudup, Joe Maynard, 218 Crull, Luther Putnam, Jr., 216 Crum, Linda Jo Crum, Ralph David, 329 Crumby, Charles Floyd, 77, : Crumby, Mary Nesting Cruse, Fred, Ill Crutcher, Colie Edward, 357 Crutchfield, Douglas E. Cruthirds, Nelson Redic, 214 Cuevas, Vincent John, 105, II Cuicchi, David Lee, 60, 67, 77, 310 Culp, Kerry Eliz, 210, 329 Cumbest, Ronnie Donald Cummings, Douglas Wayne, : Cummings, Fred Douglas Cummings, Robert Ray Cummings, William James Cummins, Kahterine Ann, 212 Cunningham, Carolyn, 329 Cunningham, Denton Hall, 31 Cunningham, Irvin Edwin, 23 Cunningham, Richard M., 20 Cupit, Danny Earl Curran, Christopher, 200, 311 Currie, Edward Jones, Jr. Currie, Edwin Morrow, 192, Currie, John Melvin, 311 Curry, Burnice Wesley, III Curry, Martha Harris Currie, Virginia Doxey Curtis, Christi Jane Curtis, Jennie Rea Curtis, Johnnie Rene, 311 Curtis, Ralph Leon Curtis, Andrews, 20! Curtis, William Harrison Cushman, William Chandle 67, 70, 72, 79, 232, 311 Custer, James W., 220, 329 Cutcliff, Leo Alexander, 329 Cutrer, Barbara Jean Cutrer, Douglas Wayne, 343 D Dabbs, Charlotte Ann, 60, 311 Dabbs, Daphne Lavern, 202, : Dabbs, James Dutch, 74, 77, Dabney, Thompson Rhea, 19: Dacus, Barbara Ellen, 190, 34: Daggett, Tanya Diane, 212 Dagostino, Arthur Daniel, 311 Dahl, Marilyn Lee, 194, 357 James Russell, 208 Dale, James Yeager Dalehite, William tel., Jr., 291 Dalton, Larry G. Dalton, Nora L. Damonte, Laura Elaine, 329 Dancy, Marsha Katherine, 343 Daniel. Cynthia Lee, 224, 357 Daniel, Dianne Brown, 311 Daniel, Jimmy R. Daniel, Joseph Hawkins, 214, Daniel, Robert Tennent, 230, 2 Daniel, Samuel Eugene, 97, 2 Daniel, William McGee Daniels, Delylah Grayc Daniels, Glenda Kay, 358 Daniels, Kyle E. Daniels, Maurice Lary, 311 Daniels, Thomas Lee Dannreuther, John West Darden, James William, 98 Darden, Richard Alfred, Jr. 343 Darden, Robert Wilbanks Darden, Torn Leslie, Jr. Darnell. Thomas Herbert Darnell, Thomas Hopkins Darton, Terry Heber, 238 Dashairya, Bhagwan Das, 88 299 Dashairya, Har Naraian, 358 Daughtry, Cornell Alan, 85 Davenport, William Daniel, 2 Davidge, William F. Davidson, Allen Brown Davidson, Dan Berry, 343 Davidson, Debra, 202, 358 Davidson, Don Simmons, 216, Davidson, Hubert James, 101 329 Davidson, Hunter Browne Davidson, Mary Della Davidson, Steohen Huntley, 3 Davidson, William Thomas Davis, Bernece B. Davis, Billy Carson Davis, Carey George, 358 Davis, Carl Cuthbert, Jr., 234, Davis, Catherine B. Davis, Cedreck Gene, 329 Davis, Clyde Percy Davis, Curtis Reed Davis, Danny Joe Davis, Dona B., 200, 343 Davis, Drucilla Joan Davis, Elizabeth Lee, 48, 212, Davis, Elsie Louise Davis, Gary Patrick, 358 Davis, George Frederick, 358 Davis, James Tyndal, Jr., 192, Davis, James Wilbur, 78 Davis, Jane Luan, 82, 194, 343 Davis, Jimmy Darrel Davis, Joe Curtis, 108, 311 Davis, John Armstrong Davis, John Charles, 105 Davis, John Corbett, 92, 329 Davi s, John Floyd Davis, John Ford, 329 Davis, John Patrick, 358 Davis, John Wm. Davis, Judy Kaye Davis, Kenneth Bernard Davis, Laura Lee, 86, 240, 329 Davis, Marilyn Russell, 198, 311 Davis, Orville A., 89, 234 Davis, Patrick Vincent, 343 Davis, Rebecca Ann Davis, Robert Lee, 85 Davis, Robert Thurston, Ill, 343 Davis, Ronald Lester Davis, Thomas Allen Davis, Vine Blue, 329 Davis, Zabron Alfred, Ill Dawes, James Walter Dawes, Paul Lloyd, 311 Dawson, Helen Virginia, 200, Dawson, John Andrew, 220, 3! Dawson, Michael Kent, 236, 3: Day, Greg G., 214 Day, John J. Day, Mary Jayne Day, Robert Joseph, 228 Day, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 2: Dayal, Har, 91, 299 Dayton, Charles Wallace, 330 Dealy, Cathy Stephanie Dealy, David Michael, 230, 3! Dean, David Franklin, 228 Dean, Deborah Ann, 210, 358 Dean, Ralph Maury Dean, William Moore, 48, 20E Dear, James L., 343 Dear, Jessie Dennis Dearman, Reginald E., 196, 3! Deaton, Daniel Bernard, 108, 256, 276 Decker, Lisa, 212 Decoux, Rebecca Lee, 73, 7! 202, 343 Dedeaux, Jimmy Glen, 218, 21 Dedeaux, Judith Love, 299 Dedmon, Benny Frank Dedmon, Sherry Johns Deere, Mary Kay, 343 Dees, Anselm Joseph, Jr., 208, Dees, Don Alfred, 311 Dees, James Gordon, Jr., 91, Dees, John Stephen, 88, 236, 3! Defrancesco, Russell, 238, 311 Deitrich, Cynthia L. C. Delgadillo, M. Angelita, 88, 330 Delgadillo, Marta Cecilia, 34. Deloteus, Dorothy Linda Delph, Julie Theresa, 240, 330 Demilio, Ronald David, 214. 31 Demoss, Thomas Howard, 230, Denham, Earl Lamar, 67, 78, 23 Denham ,Melissa Edelle, 198, Denham, Susan Stewart, 80 Denley, John B., Ill Denman, Margaret Gathright Denman, W. Sather Dennis, Anne Hendershot. 311 Dennis, Charles Lewis, 108, 31 Dennis, Deborah Lynn, 311 Dennis, Terry Wayne. 330 Denny. David Paul. III, 88, 201 Dent, Tilde Jesse. Jr. Denton. Charles Leslie, 216 Denton, Charles William, 234. Denton, Robert Louis, Jr., 228, Depoyster, Reba Nell Dernoncourt, Cathy Louise, 358 Derrick, Arthur Aaron, III, 31 Derrick. Sidney Williams, 311 Desporte, Charles Lynn, 228, Dessommes, Jack Carver, 218, Deterly, James H. Deweese, Russell Dhawan, Jagd ' sh Chandra, 85 Dibenedetto, Fahey Anne, 188 Dickerson, Barbara Anne, 198 Dickerson, Bernard Paul Dickerson, Donald, 48, 330 Linda Jo, 188 311 Dickerson, Marshall Hugh, 86 330 Dickerson, Van Steven, 330 Dickey, Danny Hugh, 218, 358 Dickey, Donald Edward Dickey, Marion Callender Dickey, Phillip David Dickson, Charles Wicks Dickson, Marsha, 210, 330 Dickson, Michael Samuel, 311 Dickson, Walter Eugene Diebolt, Susan Deanne, 358 Diffley, Daniel Glen, 192 Dill, John Reginald Dill, Mary Frances, 226, 343 Dillard, Morris Stephen, 92, 330 Dillard, William Leigh, 72 Dillard, William W., 232, 358 Dilley, Lawrence Clark, 70, 84, 343 Dillon, Elizabeth Anneal, 311 Dillree, Carol Ann, 188, 358 Dilworth, Nancy, 200, 311 Ding, Guo-Tsuen M., 85, 299 Ding, Shu-Ming Hu, 299 Dionne, Paul Edward Dismuke, Richard Alan, 208 Dismukes, Don Elmo, III Dixit, Santos Kumar Dixon, Bruce Hubert, 228, 299 Dixon, Cynthia Ann, 188, 358 Dobbs, Jimmy Gage, 52, 311 Dodd, Annette C. Dodd, William Sanford, 311 Dodson, Frances Fountain, 198, 330 Dodson, James Wilbert Dodson, Madge Moore, 311 Dodson, William Peyton, 94, 299 Doherty, James Paul, 330 Dolan, Peggy Ann, 106 Dombrowski, Barbara Ann, 330 Dombrowski, S. Cordell, 48, 220, 311 Dominguez, John F. Donahower, Susan Lee, 226, 343 Donahue, Sandra Jeanne, 212 Donahue, Susie, 212, 358 Donald, James Edward, 82, 311 Donald, Larry Gene, 358 Dong, Janet, 81, 311 Dong, Ronald, 358 Dongieux, Paul Aloysius, 228, 256 Donley, Patricia Anne Donnelly, Shirley Pride, 198, 344 Donovan, Edward Frances, 234, 330 Donze, Michael Frederick, 192 Doo, Harry Yin Chong K. Doolittle, Charles K., 192, 344 Dorizas, Angelo John, 106, 299 Dorr, Mary Jo, 330 Dorris, Darrell, 330 Dorris, Sandra Kay, 330 Dossett, Edward, 218, 358 Dougher, John Edward, 358 Dougherty, Ralph Edwin, 218, 330 Douglas, Barry Cole, 91, 344 Douglas, John Thompson, 311 Douglass, Alan P., 208, 358 Dove, Luther Murray, Jr. Dove, Robert Norris Dove, Roy Edward Dowdle, Sarah Lyn Dowdy, Gloria Alice, 210, 330 Dowdy, Lennie Winford Dowell, Clifton Dewitt Dowling, Marion Miller, Jr. Downing, Stephen Douglas, 232 Dowsing, John Henry Doxey, Ralph Hindman, 77, 216, 344 Doyle, Gary Alan Doyle, Kent Lamar, 218 Drake, Gregory Alan, 358 Drake, John Kirk, 228 Draughon, Janet Anne, 226, 344 Draughon, Robert Mosby Dreher, David William, 344 Drennan, Gary Dale, 299 Dressler, John Timothy, 97 Dreyfus, Robert Maurice, Jr. Dribben, Linda, 202, 358 Drinkwater, William Wayne, 52, 67, 70, 7$, 82, 216, 330 Driver, Ann Carol, 48, 188. 344 Driver, John Jackson, 86, 358 Drude, Kathleen Ann Dryden, Daryl Aven, 358 Dryden, Mack Leon, 93, 330 Du, Laney Ronald Thomas Dubois, Thomas Michael Dubose, Albert J. Calvin Dubose, James Randolph, 220, 358 Duchaine Charles T. Ducker, James G., 192, 330 Ducker, Richard Evans, 192 Duckett, Margaret Eugenia, 226, 344 Duckworth, Linda McNutt Dudley. Janice Lynn Duffy, Paul Daniel Duciger, Sandra, 330 Duke, Douglas Ratcliffe, 299 Duke, Thomas Abner. 218 Duke, Wm. Kendel. 84, 236, 358 Dukes, Rayford Edwin, 230, 330 Dukes, Thomas Jefferson, 234 Dunagin, Cynthia Lynn Dunavan, Sandra Elaine Dunavant, D. Diane Dunavant. Dixie Deweese, 198, 358 Dunavant, Gary Wayne, 358 Dunavant, Marilyn 358 Dunavant, William David, 214 Dunaway. Orion Chester, 91 Duncan, Catherine M. Duncan, Nathan Cox Duncan, Sara Alice, 210 Duncan, Victoria Ann, 188, 31 Duncan, Wallace Gregory Dunehoo, John Robert Dunn, Barbara Ruth Dunn, Leslie Lamar, 97, 311 Dunn, Morris Marion Dunn, Nancy Sue, 76, 210, 344 Dunn, Richard Minta Dunn, Richard Towles, 228, 3 ' Dunn, Terry Lynn Dunn, William David, 86 Dupont, Martin Edward, 230, Dupree, James Edward, 196 Dupree, Larry Carroll, 218, 3! Durant, Lewellyn L., Jr., 234, Durham, Thomas Simmons, 19, Dutra, Yamil E. Sousa, 299 Duty, Larry Arthur Dwyer, Kenneth Stephen Dyas, Richard W. Dye, Carole Shields Dyer, Mack Benjaman, 204 Dyer, Robert H., Jr. Dykes, Jewell K., Jr. Dyre, Barbara Jane, 188, 311 Dyre, Mary Cathryn, 81, 224, Dyre, Teresa Lorene, 224, 358 Dzikielewski, Joseph F., 106 E Eadie, John Walter, 344 Eakes, Frederick Hugh Eakes, Linda Morton, 81 Eakin, Jerry Aaron, 344 Earhart, Rachel, 212, 311 Early, William Fred, II, 330 Earnheart, William Bennett, 3! Earwood, Michael Eugene, 23, Easley, Erwin Mooney, 230, 3! Charles Ward, 214 Easterling, Larry Vance, 196, 3. Easterling, Letson E. Eastland, Hiram Chester, Jr 88, 230, 344 Eastland, Woods E., 60, 67, 94 Eatherly, Wilson Robertson, 358 Eaton, William Robert, Jr. Eaves, Charles Rice, 234, 358 Eaves, Katherine Elaine Ebaugh, Patricia, 330 Eber, Thomas Eugene Eckles, Robert Lyman, 192, 3! Eddins, Susan Diane, 330 Edds, Stephen Charles, 52, 67 330 Edenton, Mary Tooley, 200 Edgington, Mary Catherine, 3 Edmondson, David S., 82, 192, Edmondson, Pamela Jones Edrington, Susan Ellen, 226 Edwards, Donna Ruth, 240, 3! Edwards, James R., Jr., 196 Edwards, Linda Dianne, 73, 86 344 Edwards, Lois Elizabeth Edwards, Mary Katherine, 191 Edwards, Michael W. Edwards, Patrick Wiltz, 228 Edwards, Robert Thomas Edwards, Sherry Lilette, 198, : Edwards, Thomas Green Edwards, Thomas Joe, 74 Edwards, Warren Gee, Jr., 3, Edwards, William Franklin, 330 Edwards, William Hudson, Jr 311 Edwards, William Parker Egan, Richard Paul, Jr. Egger, Nancy Ann, 69, 200, 31 Ehrhardt, Bert Charles, 70. 21, Einhaus, Susan Lee, 88, 188, 31 Eisenhower, Emily Diane, 210, Elam, Judy Kaye, 200, 312 Elfert, Roger Larkin, 216, 344 Elkins, James Carlton Ellard, Barbara Jean Ellard, Charles Gaston Elliott, Bobby Gary 344 Elliott, Carolyn Edith, 240, 31 Elliott, Catherine Ann, 224, 3 ' Elliott, Phyllis Marie, 73, 76, 344 Elliott. Russell Edward, 330 Ellis, Bettye Faye, 358 Ellis, Donna Christine, 210, 3! Ellis, Ida Kathryn, 240, 358 Ellis, John Emmett, Jr. Ellis, Kathryn Irene, 202, 330 Ellis, Larry Wilburn Ellis, Lee Walker Ellis, Martha Lynn, 88, 212, 31 Ellis, Mary Corinne, 79, 224, 3 Ellis, Mildred Teresa, 240, 312 Ellis, Miriam Helen, 202, 312 Ell ' s, Paul William, 358 Ellis, Robbie Nell, 330 Ellis, Robert Byron, Jr., 82, 88 Ellis, Robert Eugene, 196, 344 Robert Stephen, 234 Ellis, Wilbert M. Ellis, Wanda Kay, 202, 312 Ellis, William Kenneth, 89 Elliston, Barbara Ann, 210, 3! Ellzey, Mark Joseph, Jr., 344 Elmogaddady, Nagle M. M., Elmore, Betty Lee Elmore, Joseph David, II Ely, Mary Hartwell, 200, 344 Emanuel, Sheida, 344 Embry, Edwin Phillips Embry, Janice Phillips Embry, Lee Case Emmons, Robert W., 216 Endicott, Samuel C., 196 Engelmann, Peter W., 344 England, Jo Ann, 198, 330 Engram, Alexis Marie, 330 Engram, Joan Curtis, 359 Enloe, Rebecca Ann, 226, 330 Enlow, Gena Anne, 188, 359 Enochs, Karen Rebecca, 210, : Epperson, Sally Jo, 190, 359 Epps, Regina Erb, William Edward, 330 Erikson, H. John, 232, 330 Eshee, William Denver, Jr., 29 ' Estes, James Philip, 228 Estes, Sharon Ann, 86, 330 Estes, Terry Louis Etheridge, Judith Nell 198, 33 ' Etheriedge, John Charles Ethredge, Barbara Nell Ethridge, David Ferguson Ethridge, Laura Ramage, 198 Ethridge, Lenore Lewis, 60, 69 106, 198, 312 Ethridge, Paul Ramage, 196, Ethridge, Thomas Monroe, 191 Eubanks, Mary Alice, 86, 299 Eubanks, William Lynn Evans, Bobby Gaynell, 330 Evans, Carolyn Elaine, 190, 35 ' Evans, Frank, Jr. Evans, George Q., 94, 299 Evans, James Curtis, 359 Evans, Joe Ashby, Ill Evans, John Austin, 208,. 344 Evans, Larry Leverette Evans, Michael Allen, 218, 312 Evans, Theron, Jr., 359 Evans, Thomas Irvin Everhart, Rodney Duane, 79 Eversmeyer, Karl Edward, 220, Evins. John Cowan, Jr. Ewert, Terry Calvin, 234, 359 Ezell, Marjorie Louise F Fagan, Julian Walter, 60, 67, 94, 232, 256 Faggard, Judy Dianne, 226, 331 Fahey, Nicholas Patrick, 359 Fair, George Robertson, 58, 67 82, 216 Faison, Tommy Eugene Falkner, Jean, 198, 359 Fancher, Elizabeth Mullen, 198 Fancher, Henry Philip, 330 Fancher, Larry Wayne, 330 Fanning, William Jeffress Farahi, Taghi, 299 Farber, Louis Allen, 228, 256 Farese, Steven Ellis, 214, 270 Farese, Vivian Stannard Farmer, Fred Arthur, 256 Farmer, Robert Michael Farmer, Terry Q., 344 Farnsworth, Bruce Carver, 90, Farr, James Richard, 234, 270 Farr, Mary Julianne, 172, 202, : Farragut, Kenneth David, 330 Farrah, Kathryn Jean Farrar, Donald Herman, 77, 330 Farrar, Glenn Evan. 214 Farrey, Raymond Oliver, 299 Farris, James Thomas Farris, Roy S., 299 Farrish, John Melvin, Jr. Fattal, Badreldin Omer Faulkner. Vineth Eileen Faust, Charles Richard Faust, James Stanford Faust, William Harvey Favre, Donald Monti, 330 Favre, Tommye Dale, 212, 330 Fawcett, David Gavin, 214, 35 ' Fawcett. Frances Kelly Fawcett, John Rutherford, 214 Fawcett, Patricia Kelly Fazio, Nat V. Fealhaber, Kathleen Mona, 31: Featherston. William P., Jr. Feder, Ronald Martin, 204, 35 ' Fedric, David McCune Fedric, Martha Horton Bette Kae Fedrick, Tommy Lee, 92 Feemster, Sara Anne Feinley Leslie 330 Feltenstein, Elizabeth Ann, 200, Feltman, James Henry, 218, 34 ' Felts, Morris Leon. 86 Fenger, George Alfred J., 359 Fenstermacher, David Lee Fentress, Nathaniel E., 204, 351 Fenwick, Jason McCool Ferguson, Anna Frances, 224, Ferguson, Bailey Joe Ferguson, Carole Jeannette, 344 Ferguson, Clarence L. Ferguson, Claudia Graham Ferguson, Harvey Glenn, 7( 77, 79, 90, 312 Ferguson, James Daniel, 359 Ferguson, Johnnie Walter, 330 Ferguson, Kelly Wayne Ferguson, Larry T. Ferguson, Peggy Humphreys, Ferrell, Dorothy Claire Ferrell, John Alexander, 192 Ferrell, Keith Winfred Ferrell, Linda Elizabeth, 190, Ferris, John Perrin, 230 Ferris, Kimberly Anne Ferris, Lucian Minor Fetterman, James Charles, 1( Fieldman, Joseph Lee Fields, Donna Lynn, 330 Fields, Hanna Tutor, 312 Fields, Leo Joseph Fields, Mary Margaret, 198, 31 Files, Glenn Fillebrown, Margaret M., 188, Filoni, Lizabeth Lynn Finch, Evelyn Leda, 188, 312 Patricia Kay, 359 Fincher, Murray Byron, 216 Finke, Larry Lane Finke, Mae Elizabeth Finlayson, Douglas Brian, 330 Finley, Barbara Florence Finley, Donald Brian, 344 Finley, Elizabeth Scott, 330 Finley, Miles R., Jr. Finnegan, Harold Nicholos, 3 Debra Jane, 190, 359 Fisher, Edwin McClellan Fisher, James Earl Fisher, William Marvin Fitts, Cecil Nelson Fitts, Dorothy Aires Fitts, Thomas Nelder F ' tzgerald, Pamela 359 Fitzpatrick, Richard S. Flanagan, William J. Flanders, James Wall, 238, 31 Flannigan. Patricia Ann, 190. Piaui+, William Gay, Jr., 330 Fleming, Annie Ruth, 103, 312 Fleming, Betty Lou, 200, 345 Fleming, Beverly Ann Fleming, Calvin Albert, 220, Fleming, David Fred Fleming, Deborah Annette, 3! Fleming, Jerry Wayne, 106 Fleming, John Calvin, Jr., 93 359 Fleming, Sarah Ellen Fletcher, John Charles, 330 Fletcher, Linda Louise, 224, 3! Forrest Byron, 208, 359 Flint, Frederick Walters, 312 Flippin, James Lloyd, 299 Floor, William Paul Flor, James Eugene Flowers, John Madison, Jr., 7 206, 345 Floyd, John Pierce, III, 359 Floyd, Myron D. Floyd, Nancy Ellen, 202, 3i Floyd, Rebecca Ann, 299 Fly, James Douglas, 72. 88, 3: Fly, Kenneth Edward, 331 Fly. Nyshie Jane, 200, 359 Fly, Portia Kay Flynn, Eldridge B. Flynn, Michael Rodney Flynn, Stenhen Dwight, 312 Flynt, William Alton, Jr., 97, Fokeladeh, Mohammad Nazih Fonda, Sam Noble, 208 Fontaine. Katherine F., 202. 31 Fontenot Christine Ann, 226 Foose, Charles W., 216, 331 Foose, Meridith Jane, 200, 34 Forbes, James Tuck Forbes, Ronald, 228 Forbes, Thomas Butler. Jr., 31 Ford Dan Ralph. Jr., 72, 232, Ford Ethel Lene Ford, Harriet 224, Ford, James Oliver Ford, James Richard Ford, Joseph H. Ford, Ronnev Davis, 312 Ford, Samuel Foster. 204, 359 Ford. Terrianne Walters Ford Timothy Alan, 234, 359 Christopher Joseph. 29 Forman L. 79 94, 29 Forrester Margaret Luetta, 29 Forstall Laurie Marie, 212 Forster, Robert 299 Fortenberrv, Earl Ford, Jr., 94 Robert F. Fortner, Sharon Howze, 312 Foshee, Allen Foster. Arthur G. Foster. Carolyne Phay I ester. 204 Foster Jerry Keith 714 Larry Alan 192 345 Foster, Linda Marie. 202, 359 Foster, Ralph Davis Foster, Vernon Frank, 208 Foster, Wilfred B. Foil, Vince, 312 Fournier, Bradley Harold, 312 Fouse, James Carney, 96 Fowler, Celia Diana Fowler, Nellie Hargrove, 212 Fowler, Jamie Frances, 202, 3 Fowler, Jerry Curtis Fowler, Kenneth B., III Fowler, Patricia Patterson Fowler, Rebecca Ann, 299 Fowler, Ronald F. Fox, Catherine Sauer Fox, Gary Merkel! Fox, Samuel Melvin, 331 Foxworth, Jerome M., 331 Foxx, Steven Wayne, 88, 236, Foy, Lynn Wylie, 198, 331 Frame, Belle Wade, 103 Francis, Brenda Julia Frank, Mark Andrew Franklin, Deborah Gay, 226 Franklin, Denby Franklin, Gary Edward Franklin, John Harbin Franklin, Martha Beth, 312 Franks, Floyd Wright, 228, 256 Franks, Lauren Ann Franks, Michael Dwayne, 228 Franks, Nancy Carol, 312 Franks, Stephen Guest Fraser, Raymond Hill, Jr., 220 Fratesi, Donald Wallace Fratesi, Phillip Campbell, 48 216, 345 Frazer, Willis Lea, 52, 216, 35 Frazier, Brenda Juliette Frazier, Cheryl Mae, 359 Frederick, Charles H., Jr., 218 Freel, Patrick Thomas Free!, Susan Kathleen Freeman, Deborah Sue, 190, 31 Freeman, J. Franklin Freeman, John Howard, Ill Freeman, Marijean S. Freeman, Martha Lee Freeman, Robert Alan, 97 Freeman, William Harrell, 91 Freiler, Dale Perkins French, Deborah Laware French, Elizabeth Irene French, George Tyler French. William B., Jr. Frey, Mei L. Friday, Phillip Michael, 85, 27! Friend, Joseph Frierson, Andrew Jackson Froman, James C. Frost, Judy Anderson Frost, Terry Allen Fruge, Don Luis, 106, 232, 299 Fry, Carrie Lynn, 88, 224, 345 Frye, Helen Elizabeth. 224 Fuchs, Joseph Paul, 299 Fuchs, Nora L. F., 299 Fuchs, Robert Bowman, 230 Jack Dennis Fudoli, Rebecca Ann, 76, 240, Clyde Walker Fuller, Donald Tucker Fuller, Jack R. Fuller, Jane Dowling, 168. 198, Fuller. Robert Paul, 48, 196, 34 Fuller, Roger Lynn, 230 Fulton, Ronald Wayne Fulton, Sandra Stuart, 212, 33 Fulton, Susan Quinn. 212, 331 Funderburk. Bettye Whitten Jo, 188, 360 Funderburk, Laney, 9. Fuqua, Fred Larry Fugue, Robin Dalton Furlong, Lawrence Michael, 331 Furman, Frances Barbra Furr, Byron Knox Furr, Chellie Lucretia, 89, 202, Furr, Cynthia Yeats Furr, Joseph Patrick Furr, Ray Albert, Jr., 70, 96, 10 Purr, William F., 77, 312 Furtick, Larry Benjamin, 218 Furtick, Mike Horne, 234, 345 Fussell, David Castleman Fyke, Frazier Earl, 60, 67, 70 232, 312 Fyke, Paul Douglas, 232 G Gable, David Lee Gable, Robert Allen, 312 Gabriel, James Harry, 82, 192, Gafford, Gerald Alexander, 360 Gage, Louis Frederick, 360 Gaither, Paula Louise, 212, 31 ' Gala, Babulal Virji, 299 Galaher, Gail, 360 Galberry, John Henry, 234, 33 Galbreath, Ellen Gale, Harvey Stephen Galey, Glenn Embry, 58, 67, 234, 312 Galey, Jan, 48, 202, 360 Gallant, Constance A. Gallaspy, Glenn Todd, 72, 232, 331 Gallaspy, Glenna, 224, 360 Gallaspy, John Russell Gallop, Patricia Stewart Galloway, James B., 234, 299 Galloway, John Lanier, 234, 331 Galloway, William Kenneth Gamblin, George Thomas Gambrel!, Andrew Marlowe Gambrel!, Robert Wiley, 331 Gamot, Albert Jean, 299 Ganann, William Albert, Jr. Ganier, James Haygood, 214 Ganier, Lynda Lee, 198 Genii, Janette Khanshan, 91, 331 Gann, Janet Cecilia, 240, 345 Gann, Jill Green, 345 Gann, John Daniel, 331 Gannon, Alice Ann, 360 Gantz, Henry Herr, III, 208, 360 Garabaghi, Behrooz Karim, 345 Garcia, Luis Gardner, Jane Gould, 210, 360 Gardner, Robert Goodwyn, 208, 331 Garmon, 011ie Lorance Garner, Dewey Duane, 60, 67, 92, 299 Garner, James Richard Garner, Janice Carol, 226, 331 Garner, John Clarence, 192, 312 Garner, Michael Edward, 218, 312 Garner, Paul Michael Garrard, Dorothy Briscoe, 210, 345 Garrard, William Hugh, Ill Garraway, Thomas Victor, Jr., 312 Garrett, Carl Pink, III, 360 Garrett, Connie Diane, 360 Garrett, Dianne Lynn, 312 Garrett, Larry Wayne Garrett, Patricia Lynn, 331 Garrett, Richard Lynn Garrett, Shela Ramsey Garriga, Dave Louis Garrigan, Thomas Patrick, 82, 192 Garrigues, Kay Jeannette Garrison, Christian Bascom Garrison, Gaynell, 240, 331 Garrison, Martha Taylor Garst, Lewis Conrad Gartin, William Carroll, Jr., 312 Gaston, James Walter Gastrell, Sam Gregory, 312 Gates, Stephen L., 208 Gatewood, Rose Larie, 210, 360 Gathwright, Ned Gatlin, James Robert, 360 Gautier, Cecelia Anne, 69, 212, 312 Gay, Gerald Conners, 236, 331 Gay, Julianne Gay, Myrtle H., 188, 345 Gayden, Martha Dale, 202, 360 Gee, Orman Kimbrough, III Gee, Peter, 70 Gee, Thomas, 331 Geiger, Barbara Irene, 240, 360 Genin, John Lee Gentry, Barbara May Gentry, Betty Joyce Gentry, Jerry Lee Gentry, Richard Donald Geoghegan, Lillian E. George, Clark Everett, 196 George, Ernest T., III, 306 George, Hershell Owen George, Joseph Patterson, 214, 312 Gerache, Joseph Anthony, Jr., 228, 360 Gerity, Thomas Carter, 236, 345 Gerrard. Kelly Howell, Jr. Geier. Henry Parham, 345 Gholston Ann, 345 Ghose, Shankar Nath Gibbes, Walter Henry, 312 Gibbs, John T., Jr., 77, 214, 313 Gibbs, Joseph C. Gibson, Donald H., Jr., 220. 360 Gibson, Guilbert Lester, 228, 360 Jerry Tyrone Gibson, Jo Anne, 299 Gibson, John Reed, 92, 192 Gibson, John Thomas, 208 Gibson, Larry Franklin, 92, 313 Gibson, Mary Grace Gibson, Ray Mickenl Gibson, Susan Knight Giese, Thomas David Giffin, Alan Lawrence, 228 Gilbert, John Haywood, 88 Gilbert, Rebekah Jean Jerry Michael, 67, 192, 313 Gilich, Andrea Delourdes, 190, 360 Gill, Craig Dulin Gill, Frank Edward Gillentine, David Van, 218, 313 Gillentine, Kay F., 188, 345 Gillespie, Ellen B., 188, 345 Gillespie, Fayrene Webb Gillespie, George Y., III Gillespie, Judith Marshall Gillespie, Lender Keith, 345 Gillespie, William Barry Gilliam, Dennis Ray, 360 John Lyon, 256 Gill ' s, D ' anne Bishop, 331 Gillis, Patricia Ann, 331 Gilmer, James Henry, 360 Gilmer, Sarah Scott Gipson, Revelyn Costella Givhan, Samuel Dexter, 86, 345 Glass, Carole Angela, 188, 313 Glassco, Charles Kimbell Glavey, Patrick John, 230, 345 Gleason, David Charles, 77, 8: 192, 331 Gleason, Don Oliver Gleason, Virginia Carroll, 188, 34 Glisson, Allen Wilburn, Jr., 91, 36 Glover, Patricia Ann, 86, 313 Glover, William Hudson, Jr. Gnavi, David Walter, 238 Gober, George Davis, 313 Gober, Mackie Howard Godbold, Stephen Wood, 232, 34. Goforth, Charlice M. 313 Goforth, Winfred Ledale, 92, 313 Goggans, Claudia Michele Goggin, John Byron Goggin, Linda Burk Golden, Mary Lewis, 314 Golden, Meredith M., 198, 360 Golden, Woodrow W., 96, 108, 23C 313 Golding, Danny Mitchell, 96 Goldman, Bobby Lewis Goldman, Ellen E. Goldman, Larry Steven, 331 Goldman, Mack Ray, 331 Goldring, Amy G. Goldston, Richard Ronald, 360 Golladay, Tibbs Monford, 238, 31 Gollott, Luther Carroll, 331 Gollotte, Theresa Diane Gong, Harry Don, 331 Gong, Margie Ann Gong, Stephen Wayne, 360 Goo, Kathleen Lum Gooch, Larry Edward, 331 Goode, Bruce Goode, Franklin S. Goodlett, Ruth Cole Goodnight, Edwin D., 192 Goodnight, Paula Kay, 224, 360 Goodrum, Cecil Dale Goodwin, Charles Keny Goodwin, James David Goolsby, Rita Lane, 82 Gordon, Alma Lee Gordon, Polly Thomas Gordon, Rebecca Ann, 210, 345 Gordon, Riginald Devon Gordy, Steve Richard, 196 Gore, John Carver. 331 Gorman, Robert Edward, 234 Gosa, Vickie Lynn, 212, 360 Gosnell, Jo Ann Goss, James Hines, 90, 108, 21, 331 Gough, John Evans, 70 Goulard, Cary Joe Goulard, Susie Gouldin, Carolyn Joyce, 88, 360 Gouras, Jimmy George, 98, 228 Gowan, Elizabeth Ann, 345 Gowens, Paul Ray Goyer, Thomas Earle, 218, 360 Goza, George Robertson, 234, 345 Grace, Stephen Craig, 88, 218, 34 Graeber, Dewitt Love, 230 Graeber. James Peyton, Jr., 230 Graf, Thomas M., 299 Gragson, Keith Austin, 78, 208, 31 Graham, Dorothy Winston, 198, 36 Graham, Lewis Spence, Jr., 231 360 Graham, Robert Lynn, 196, 331 Graham, Thomas Gene, Jr., 221 345 Graham, William David, 48, 204 Grammer, Joseph Henry. 220, 360 Grant. Jimmy Wayne, 218 Grantham, Carolyn Sue Gratnham, .Frederick Ronald, 23, 331 Grantham, James Cooley Grantham, John L., 216, 313 Grantham. Judy Boyd Grave, De Peralta Jose M. Gravely, Kitty Hay Graves, Betty Ross Graves, Clarence Edwin Graves, Ina Katherine. 202, 345 Graves, Janet Lou. 89. 202. 331 Graves, Cochran, 240, 345 Graves, Martha Kaye. 2 02 331 Graves, Randy Lee, 228, 360 Graves. Foster Gray, Bob Jr. Gray. Kevin, 79 Gray, Duncan Montgomery, 41 232. 331 Gray, James Allen James Harold Gray, Kathryn L. Gray, Mabel Elizabeth. 76. 198, 3, Gray, Patricia Merle 76, 198, 345 Gray, W Dabney Smith Gray. Alan, 216, 331 Glenn Greco, David Green. Connie Berry Green. Fay. 188, 360 Green, Jeffrey William Green, John Grady Green, Mildred L., 60, 69, 79, I 210, 313 Green, Moorman Earl, 89 Green, Roger Kent Green, Sammie Kay Green, Thomas Locke, 331 Greenbaum, Clifford Marvin Greene, Kathy Koch Greene, Mary Marsha, 240, 313 Greene, William Russell Greenhaw, David Noel, 86, 21 313 Greenich, Michael Duke, 276, 31: Greenlaw, Harrison S., 220, 331 Greenwell, Susan Jarrell, 313 Greer, Earnest U. Greer, Georgia Gay, 210, 360 Greer, Green Barry Greer, John Lester, 360 Greer, Marcia Lynne, 212, 360 Gregg, Don William, 236, 313 Gregory, John Andrew, 360 Gregory, Stephen Ray, 230, 360 Gresham, Gail McMullen, 313 Gresham, Gayle Ann, 200, 360 Gresham, Jimmy Wayne, 313 Gresham, William Harv ey, 216, 3 Gresham, William W., Ill, 77, 331 Gressett, Rachel Thompson Grice, Lenard Alvis, 220, 360 Griesbeck, Mary Ann W., 345 Griesbeck, William G., 313 Griesinger, Robert Do uglas Griffin, Hilliard E., III Griffin, James G. Griffin, Joseph Pat, 216, 313 Griffin, Judy Carole, 313 Griffin, Mary Ella C. Griffin, Owen Lee Griffin, Richard Bradley Griffin, Thomas Laman Griffin, William Gary, 331 Griffith, George Howard, 214, 3 Griffith, George 0., Jr., 88, l ' 360 Grigsby, Otha Charles Grigsby, Susan Coe, ' 190, 331 Grimes. James Alan, 77, 82, 192, 313 Grisham, Danny Dean Grisham, Eddie Jackson Grisham, Faye Dianne, 86, 331 Grisham, Janice Marilyn Grisham, Johnny Michael Grisham, Lowell Edward, Jr., 1 196, 360 Grisham, Shannon Gandy Grisham, William Carson Grissom, Carl H., 314 Grogan, James Erwin, 92 Gross, Dinah Gail, 48, 81, 240, Grubbs, Alvin Laze11, 360 Grubbs, Shelby Russell, 331 Grubbs, Sherry Lynn Guarr, Bartes Alfred Guckert, Pamela Mary, 360 Guckert, Stephanie Ann, 188, 33 Guerin, Dorothy Tierney Guerin, Kenneth Rollin, Jr. Guernsey, Ralph Stewart, 206, 361 Guerrero, Ricardo Oswaldo, 299 Guibert, Elizabeth Jean, 314 Guice, Carolyn Lee, 200, 331 Guice, Jacob Davis, 228 331 Guider, Mary Dodson, 210, 360 Miruim Anthony Guin, Patricia Elsie, 74, 81, 314 Gullett, Mary Janice, 314 Gunckel, Barbara Lynne, 240, 33 Gunion, Anne Wilson Gunn, Lindsey, 86, 345 Gunn, Freida Sharon, 299 Gunn, James Daniel, 270 Gunn, Jo Varee, 48. 188 345 Gunn, Robert Eugene, 218, 345 Gunnell, William N., 331 Gunter, Benny Joel Gunter, Van Douglas, 106, 300 Gupta, Raksha Gupton, William Edwin, 72 Gustafson, David Alan, 106 Guthrie, Wanda Louise Guy, Patricia Coleen, 240, 345 Guy, Robert K. Guyton, Billy Gerald, 314 Guyton, Stephen Lufkin, 314 Guyton, Steven William, 70, 2 345 Gwin, George Bannister, 216, 33 H Haas, Robert Stephen, 218, 360 Haddock, James Watkins, 234, Haddock, Linda Gunn, 314 Haden, Robert Patrick, 93 Hadley, James Edward Hadorn, Jo D. Hagan, Cheryl Anne, 202, 331 Hagan, Elizabeth W., 202, 360 Haik, James Emile, 204 Haik, William Emile, 204, 331 Hailey, Paula Kay, 331 Haimes, Linda Matthews, 300 Haimes, Terry Michael, 86, 300 Haire, Agnes Taylor, 314 Haire, John Paul Haire, William C., 97 Halback, Denise Marlene, 107, 34 Hale, Allen Irby, 85 Hale, David Holmes, 331 Hale, George Elmer, 360 Hale, Lance Hamilton, 314 Hale , Thomas Eric, 220, 345 Hale, William K., .1r., 228, 360 Haley, Deborah Layne, 240, 360 Hall, Bradley Gaines, 234 Hall, Brenda Carolyn Hall, Clayton M., Jr. Hall, Deborah Joyce, 360 Hall, Ella R. Hall, Emmett Russell, 214 Hall, Harold Johnson Hall, Henderson Strain, Jr., 67, 3C Hall, James Emory, 72, 230, 314 Hall, Jau-Tseng, 300 Hall, Jerry Leborn Hall, Jimmy Allen Hall, Mary Julia, 224, 331 Hall, Melissa Ann, 212, 332 Hall, Pamela Kay, 81, 314 Hall, Sharon Hall, William Larry, 314 Halliday, William Warren, 86, 8 ' 216, 345 Halter, Theodore Lewis Hamachek, Craig Lawrence, 211 314 Haman, Michael A., 238 Hamilton, Catherine Allen, 314 Hamilton, Elizabeth Orlena, 73, 7, 212, 345 Hamilton, Elynor E. Hamilton, Fred Tyson, 230, 345 Hamilton, Gary Crawford Hamilton, James Eugene, 360 Hamilton, Patti Jo, 360 Hamilton, Russell A. Hamilton, Wallace Earl Hamlin, Wilbur G., Jr., 48, 67, 71 79, 80, 82, 332 Hammond, Roger Alan Hamner, Judith Ann, 332 Hamric. Stephen Edward, 218, 345 Hamrick, Jonnie Cleveland Hancock, Allen Hugh Hancock, Billy George, 332 Hancock, Lawrence, 232 Hand, Benjamin Franklin, 208 Haney, Beverly Jo, 314 Haney, David Athey Haney, Earnest Burdette Haney, Harold E., Jr., 232, 360 Haney, Jo Thompson Haney, Robert Russell Hankins, Jordan Henry, 345 Hankins, Nancy Melissa, 48, 8 202, 332 Hanley, John Henry. 332 Hannahan, Kerry Maureen, 76, 19 345 Hanry, Elizabeth Rogers, 224, 314 Hansel, Cary Johnson Hanson, Bruce J., 98 Hanson, Sherry Lynn. 224, 345 Haraway, Claude Fields, 192 Harden, Lyla Rae Harden, Mary Celeste, 240, 360 Harden, Theron Dewey, Jr. Edwin Chester, 300 Hardin, James R., 48, 72, 78, B 220 Hardin James Robert, 67, 70, 8 196. 314 Hardin, Thomas Cranford, 72, 23 332 Harding, Frankie Taylor, 712, 332 Stuart Russell. 192, 360 Hardison, Asa Harold Hardison. Mikel Allen 232 Hardy, David Paul, 77, 90, 314 Linda Lou 314 Hardy, Virginia Thornton, 200 Hargraves. Grizelda Ann, 190, 3, Harlow, Wyatt E. Harmon, Mary Sandra, 96, 10 190. 332 Harmon, Vicki Jeanne Harmon, William Cody Harms, Kerry Don Harney, James Peter, 332 Harper, Bryan, 300 Harper, David Lane Harper, M., Jr., 90, 314 Harper, Jack Evans, III, 216 Harper, John M. Harper, Orman Lanier, 332 Harper, Peter Lemaster Harper, Ronald Elmo, 89 Hama ' , John Monteith, 220 Harrell, Candace Jane, 332 Harrell, Charles Clark, 228, 361 Harrell, Fredrick Marion, 345 Harrell, George E., Jr., 206. 345 Harrell, William D., 234, 361 Harrell, William Jacob Harrelson, Kenneth Dale Harrington, Donna Elaine Harrington, Geraldine, 106 Harrington, H. Harris, Alan Taylor Harris, Ann Elizabeth Harris, Aubrey Russell, II, 232 Harris, David Patterson, 345 Harris, James Louis, 72, 314 Harris, Jerry Michael, 361 Harris, Lawrence Martin Harris, Mary Lillian, 300 Harris, Michael Edward, 230, 33: Harris, Minnie J. Harris, Robert A., Jr. Harris, Roger Dean Harris, Roy Lee, Jr., 332 Harris, Thomas Leon, Jr., 228 Harris, William Thomas, 232 Harrison, Donald M., Jr., 218 Harrison, Glen D., 108, 192 Harrison, Jayne Davis Harrison, Mary Sandra, 188 Harrison, Michael G., 60, 67, 300 Harrison, Ronald Buck, 361 Harrison, Susan Sneed Harrison, Terry Olean Harsh, Martha Murray, 226. 332 Hart, Philip Newman, 77, 228, 33 Hart, Ronald Duane, 218, 361 Hartin, John Sykes Hartin, Rita M. Hartley, Carl Henry, 218, 361 Hartsfield, Francis S., 214 Hartzell, Georgia Ann, 314 Hartzog, Hugh Miller, 108, 2 256, 314 Hartzog, James Ralph, 92, 314 Hartzog, Rodney Mills, 216, 361 Hartzog, Wendell Lamar, 48, 228, 361 Harvey, Byrle Sims Harvey, John Elliot, 232 Harvey, Michael Daniel, 234, 36 Harville, Eddie Ray, 314 Harwell, Fred Re ' d, 92, 300 Hasan, Syed Nasiauddin, 85 Haskett, Kathy Carol, 240, 332 Haskins, Samuel Hagan, 36 Hasseltine, Gloria Daniels, 314 Hasseltine, Hanley E., 72, 89, 31, Hasson, Jerry Robert, 238, 361 Hastert, Jesse Martin Hastings, John Thomas Hasty. Curtis Bush, III, 216, 345 Hatchett, Nancy Jane, 198, 314 Hathaway, George Leroy Hathorn, Evelyn Marie Hathorn, Bernice, 228, : Hathorn, William Edward Hatten, Leon Budge Hatton, Linda Sue 210, 332 Hattox, William Walton, 345 Haueisen, Anthony Joseph, 300 Hauss, James Michael, 220, 361 Havard, Gerald Wayne, 256 Havard, Richard Jennings, 256 Havens, Elma Kate Hawken, Lucy Bowen, 202 ' , 345 Hawkins, Alvin Lee Hawkins, Daniel Floyd, 314 Hawkins. David Paul Hawkins, Jack David. 208, 345 Hawkins, Jessie Beatrice, 361 Hawkins, Jo Beth, 224, 332 Hawkins, Terry Dewey Hawkins, Gary, 228, 34 Hawks, Joanne Varner, 96 Hawks, Paul Harvey Hawley. Charles Robert Hayes, David Greene Hayes, Joe Symiel Hayes, Marvin Cortelyou, 361 Havles, Barbara Archer Hayles, Kenny 228, 332 Hayman, Jimmy Naul, 332 Haynes, Herbert Ernest 314 Haynes, John Dexter, 48, 90, 2 346 Haynie. Billy Don Hayward Linda Kay. 210 Head, Clarence V., Jr. Healey Arthur Edwin, 204, 361 Healy, Joan Abigail, 188, 346 Hearne, Frank Thompson Heath, Charles Thomas Heavener, Rondy Gale, 346 Hebbard, Michael Kearn ey, 236 Hebbard, Susan Louise M. Hederman, Eleanor Pearl Hederman, Zach Taylor, Jr., 22: Hedges, Beverly Allen Hedges, Michael Lee, 60, 67, 79, 91, 107, 314 Hedspeth, William Carol Heen, Richard Roy, 82, 31 4 Hefley, Wilbur Earl Heflin, Leslie, 226, 346 Heqwood, Thomas Martin, 80, 90, 234, 361 Heidel, H. Ray, 234, 256 Heidelberg, Cecil Felix Heinrich, Grace Sibyl Heinrich, William Carl Heirtzler, William Clark J., 204 Heisler, Roger Allan Helfrich, John Edward, 222, 332 Hemeter, Mark Evans Hemnani, Kanahya Lal, 300 Hemphill, Marilyn Davis, 89, : 361 Henderson, George Donald Henderson, Jack Calvin Henderson, James Dewey, 218, 314 Henderson, John Kent, 234, 346 Henderson, Lionel, 198, 332 Henderson, Margaret Jane, 346 Henderson, Randy Carol, 190, 332 Henderson, Robert Bobo, 192, 346 Henderson, Thomas Lee Hendrick, Charlotte Louise, 212, 332 Hendrick, Richard G., 88, 216, 361 Hendrix, Martha Sue, 332 Henegan, John Clark, 232 Hengen, Wayne Louis, 361 Hennig, Godfred, III, 70, 77, 90, 218, 346 Hennington, Harold M. Henry, David Chan, 70, 232, 332 Henry, James Robert Henry, Jane Claire, 210, 314 Henry, Kathi Frances, 210, 361 Henry, Mae Donna, 314 Henry, Marguarite Moore Henry, Robbie Jo, 198, 332 Henry, Steven James, 361 Henry, William Eugene, 96, 314 Henson, Mable Lee Henson, Marianne Henson, Rebecca Lynn, 361 Henson, Sandra Robinson Hentz, Emma Kay, 96, 300 Hepburn, David Russell, Jr. Herard, Claude D., 256 Herbert, Joseph Terry Herbert, William John, 361 Herman, Steven Harris Herndon, Joyce Monroe Herndon, Timothy Norris, 192 Herrera, Marilyn Sager Herring, Alice F. Herring, Carol Ann, 361 Herring, Frank B., 346 Herring, Lute Thurmon, 234, 361 Herring, Robin Katherine, 89, 91, 188 Herring, Samuel Stephen, 361 Herrington. Helen Doris, 73, 76, 82, 89, 200, 346 Herrington, Leonard 230, 361 Herrlich, William A., Ill Herrman, Betty Virginia, 190, 332 Hertzig, Richard Mikesell, 88, 218, 361 Hester, Paul Vernon, 67, 74, 214 Hester, Raymond B. Hethcox, James Malcolm, 300 Frederick Gantt, 232 Hickman, Mary Margaret Hickman, Sandra Louise, 361 Hicks, Ronnie Dale, 105, 346 Hicks, William Rogers, 346 Hiden, Katherine Barrow. 224, 332 Higgason, Robin Lee, 212, 361 Higginbotham, Margaret M., 188, 361 Higgins, Alvin F. John Manning Higgins Ray Edgar. 88 Owen Jackson, Jr. Hilburn, Barbara Ann, 300 Hilburn. Brenda Mae. 332 Hill, Arthur Campbell Michelle, 332 Hill. Elizabeth Ann. 188, 361 Hill, Harold Ex, 300 Herbert Earl, 332 James Michael Joan Humphrey Hill Jon Hurd 300 Hill, Julian Bryant. Jr., 208, 361 Hill Ronald Harris Kenneth Wayne, 92. 314 Daniel 314 Hilton, Berry, 236. 346 Edward, 94, 300 Linda Hines. Richard Scott 228 346 Hines. Shirley Claire. 200 361 204 Hinton, Clovce Michael, 256 Hinton, Martha Howell Hipp, Ronald Louis, 346 Hitchcock, Walter Theodore, 96, 300 Hitt, Curtis Wayne Hjerpe, Donna Jean Hoagland, Mary Theresa Hoar, Betty Jane ' Hobbs, Deborah Y. Hobbs Milton Dannelly, 60, 67, 70, 72, 78, 232, 314 Hobdy, John Cooley, 92 Hobgood, James Leslie Hodges, Allen Daniel Hodges, Angeline Katherine, 361 Hodges, Gus Joseph, 232 Hodges, Kenneth Wayne, 97 Hodges, Richard Arnold, 361 Hodges, Francis Hodqins. Bart Dallas Hogan, Dennis Jerome, 85, 204, 332 Hogan, Maureen, 190, 361 Hogan, Thomas Charles, 300 Hogg, Kathy Louise Davidson Ralph, 228 346 Hogue, Robert David, 97, 300 Hoing. Clarence Earl, 314 Holbrook, John Marshall Holcomb, David Tindall, 314 Holcomb, Michael R., 192, 314 Holden, Howard Richard Holden, Jimmy Charles, 314 Holden, Susan Pamela Holder, Danny Lee, 208 Holder, Elizabeth Ann, 346 Holder, Owen Holliday, 216 Holder, Samuel Wilson, 234, 346 Holder, Susan, 172, 200, 314 Holifield, Henry T., 228, 332 Holladay, Noel Victoria, 212, 36 Holladay, Harry Ross, 232, 361 Holland, Nathaniel L., 192, 332 Holland, Winston Ronald, 93, 34 Holleman, David Barry Holleman, Matthew Louis, 361 Holley, Mayola Wilson Holley, Randell Delaine, 77 Holley, Reginald Leon, 204 Hollingsworth, Carolyn Susan, 1 361 Hollingsworth, John G., Jr. Hollis, Francine, 315 Hollis, Julia Ann Hollis, Marshall Earl, 196, 332 Hollis, William Davis Hollis, William S. Hollister, Charles D. Holloman, Teresa S., 88, 210, 33 ' Holloway, Betty Jane Holloway, Clara Louise, 315 Holloway, James Scott, 228 Holloway, Jimmy Duane Holman, Philip Nathan, 315 Holman, Ronald Leroy, 300 Holman, William Larry, 105, 346 Holmes, Andrew Battle, 230 Holmes, Charles David, 230, 311 Holmes, Edward Harris, 70, 2 346 Holmes, Eugene Thomas, 85, 2 315 Holmes, ' Frank Clarke, III, 98, Holmes, J. Collier, 208 Holmes, James Lester, 315 Holmes, Linda Ann, 315 Holmes, Mary Mansell, 332 Holmes, Paul Whitten Holtsinger, Hal S., Jr., 361 Holtz, Robert Ernest Holyfield, Charles Elbert, 236, 36 Holz, David Scott, 361 Honeycutt, Pamela Jane, 361 Hood, 226, 346 Hood, Franklin Ellis Hood. James Dewey Hood, Onal Jean, 346 Hood, Tillie Cherite Hood, Allen, 361 Hook, Margaret Elizabeth, 73, 88 190, 346 Hooker, Danny Lane, 256, 276 Hooker, Tommy Brooks, 361 Hooker, Wilma Jane, 06, 210, 36 Betsy Ross Hooper, Mary McCray Hooshmand Ali, 346 Hoover, Ann Ricks, 315 Hopkins, Emily Jane, 188, 361 Keith Henry Honper, Patricia B. Horloek, Michael Norton Horn, Cynthia June, 300 Horn, Jeffrey. Larkin, 230, 256 Horne, Judith Loraine, 224, 361 Horner, Betty C. Ryan Horner, Jackie Neal, 89 Hornor, Terry Hart, 224 Horton, Bambia Jan, 315 Ho-ton, Christy Sue Horton, Daniel Winston Horton, Danny Ray Horton, Joel Edward Horton. Robert Lee, 346 Hosemann, Charles D., Jr. Hosemann, Elizabeth Agnes, 2 346 Hoskins, James Clay, 300 Hosmer, Melissa Louise Houafter, Patrick James, 85 361 Houchins, Nancy Louise, 88, 21 315 House, Harold Ervin, 216 House, Virginia Ellen Houser, Elizabeth Ann 224, 361 Houser, Jimmie Lee, 192 Housman, Helen Lisa Houston, Charles Rebecca, 202, Houston, Julia Beth. 315 Houston. Thomas Price, 206, 361 Hover, James Walter, 361 Allenlee W. Carmine M., 79 Genell Faye 361 Howard Ronald Mack, 196 Haw.? R., 214, 161 Charles Allen Jr. 361 Howl Charles Howard. 301 Newel 108 Rowel James Tate, 228 Hownl Hawel Stayne Kee+ F7 no p? 2 Hanyeedln Marine ReaVett 473 Howarth. Pamelia Cecile, 361 Haworth, Richard C. Howser, Harriett H., 212 Hoy, Cynthia Gail, 224, 332 Hsu, Song Yong, 79, 301 Hu, Jeff Chi-Hui Huang, Ann Lie, 346 Huang, Jonson Huang, Kan Hsiung Huber, Joseph William, Ill Huddleston, Jean Rankin Hudson, Charles P., Jr., 234, Hudson, James Scott, 192, 332 Hudson, John Newton, 48, 218, Hudson, Roger Kenneth, 361 Hudson, Ronald Eugene, 98 Hudson, Sara Key Hudson, Thomas Marvin Huff, Glynda Sue, 332 Huffman, Delton Cleon, Jr. Hufft, John Carlton, Jr., 270, 3 Huggins, Diann B. Huggins, Patricia Ann Hughes, Carson McClain, 67, 234, 301 Hughes, Cary Turner, 362 Hughes, George E. Hughes, Hazel A. Parker Hughes, James Vincent, 346 Hughes, Jewel Wilson, Jr. Hughes, John Charles, 108 Hughes, Mary Anne, 362 Hughes, Mary Lawrence, 315 Hughes, Morella Jane, 60, 202, Hughes, Muriel S. Hughes, Ola Faye Hughes, Robert Bruce, 362 Hughes, Robert Sidney Hughes, Terry Lynn, 190, 362 Hughes, Vivia Anne, 167, 180, 332 Hull, Clovis Malcolm Hull, Phil Hodges, 92, 332 Humm, Michael Paul, 301 Humphreys, James Walton, 77 Humphreys, Jere Thomas Humphreys, Larry Jones, 332 Humphreys, Robert V., 70, 346 Humphries, Tom Hooks, 230, 33 Hungerford, Donna Lynn, 315 Hunt, Rolfe L., Jr. Hunt, Steven Douglas Hunter, John Crenshaw Hunter, Marilyn Ann, 332 Hunter, Mary Elaine, 200, 346 Hunter, Wyatt Raymond, 301 Hurdle, Leah Jo, 188, 315 Hurst, Sherry Lynn Hurych, John Miro, 315 Hurych, Lawrence Michael, 332 Husband, Paul Edward Hussey, Charles Logan, 192, 311 Hust, Paul Richard, 208, 346 Bennett, Jeanne Huston, 332 Hutchens, Brenda Joyce, 315 Hutchinson, David A., 315 Hutchinson, Dorothy C. Hutchinson, Flavous Leo Hutchinson, James Perry, 362 Hutchinson, Richard T., 218 Hutchison, Danny Gene, 92 Hutchison, Doris Janet, 332 Hyde, Brenda Frances, 362 Hyde, Delia Denham, 200, 332 Hyde, Robert Allen Hyde, Robert Willis Hyde, Rosemary, 315 ce, Patricia F., 200, 362 dom, Donna Kay, 202, 347 kerd, Sherry Ann les, Charlotte Ann, 315 ngle, Virginia Seaton ngram, Carolyn P. ngram, Janice Susan, 224, 347 ngram, Stanley Thomas, 214, 3 ngram, Steven Walter, 214, 362 nman, Angela Dianne nmon, Mikie Joe, 315 rby, Patriera P., 332 rby, Peyton Smith, 106 reland, Jane Ellen, 88, 212, 362 rwin, Louise Leora rwin, Robert Miles seminger, Tommy Dale, 276, 3 som, Robert H. vey, Mary Ann, 226 very, Willis, 347 vy, Danny R. vy, Darrell Leo vy, Jackie Steven vy, James Homer vy, Jimmy Vaughn vy, Martha Jane vy, William N. zard, James Sheffield, 276, 315 zzo, Frank Peter, 222, 347 J Jacks, James Dorsey, 204, 315 Jackson, Barbara Wallace Jackson, Charles Russell, 236 Jackson, Charlotte C., 190 Jackson, Danny Wade, 92. 301 Jackson, Elizabeth Ann, 347 Jackson, Joe Louis Jackson, Kenny Dwaine Jackson, Malcolm Allen, Jr., 74, 79, 232, 315 Jackson, Marie Christine Jackson, Mary Alice, 82, 89 Jackson, Merilyn Ann, 188, 347 Jackson, Noble Earl, 86, 332 Jackson, Patricia Sue Jackson, Paul Douglas Jackson, Rebecca Ann Jackson, Richard Allen, 92 Jackson, Robert Charles Jackson, Robert Harold, 301 Jackson, Sarah Ann, 88, 210, 332 Jacob, Nan Elizabeth, 224, 347 Jacobs, Henry Madison, Jr. Jacobs, Margaret Eleanor, 240, Jacobs, Ralph, Jr., 108 Jacobs, Randall W., 204 Jaeger, Albert Joseph, Jr., 347 Jaggers, Boudie Alden Jaggers, Gerald Lane Jaggers, L. Dane, 196 Jaiswal, Mehendra M., 315 James, Cassandra, 301 James, J. Elwyn, 70, 72, 79, 216 James, Joe, 315 James, Kenneth Wayne, 97 Jamison, Bedford Burt, 107 Jamison, Helen Burgin, 79 Jamison, Suzan G., 103, 188 Janoush, Artie Bradford, 208, 33 Jansma, Arthur, 107 Jaquith, William Lawrence, 222 Jarvis, William George, 218, 36 Javaid, Karamat Ali Jay, Gilbert Delafayette, 216, 3( Jaynes, Rebecca Lynn, 362 Jean, Alan Keith, 208, 362 Jefcoat, Lynn Barrett Jefcoats, Robert G., 92, 301 Jenkins, Edwin White, J 90 192, 33 Jenkins, Harold Webb, Jr. Jenkins, Hyde Rust, 232 Jenkins, James Curtis Jenkins, Joyce Odessa, 315 Jenkins, William Edwin, 220, 31 Jennings, Danny Weeks, 96 Jennings, James Eugene, 362 Jennings, Ralph Newton, 77 Jennings, Stella Handy Jennings, Sylvia Love, 315 Jernigan, Arthur Freeman, 228, Jernigan, William Blair, 234, 362 Joachim, Cynthia Susan, 315 Jobe, Linda Sue, 200, 362 Jobe, Mary Jane, 200, 332 Jobe, Susan Gail Jobe, Thomas Russell, 234 Jochem, Jerome Allen Joe, David Son, 85, 332 Joe, Jean Wing, 315 Joe, Johnny Fong, 86, 333 Joe, Johnny Young Joe, Lilly Joe, Mamie Joe, Marie, 347 Joe, May Jean Joe, Rocky Ming, 333 Joe, Thompson Wing Johnson, Arthur Eugene Johnson, Bowen Charleston Johnson, C. Wayne Johnson, Camille Eliz, 315 Johnson, C ecelia Block Johnson, Clarence Samuel Johnson, Claude Walter Johnson. Clyde C., 347 Johnson, Cyrus C., 48, 206, 347 Johnson, David Michael Johnson, Dex Walton, 228 Johnson, Donna Marie Johnson, Elizabeth Deas, 210 31 Johnson. Francis W., 70, 88, 347 Johnson, Frederick W., Jr., 106 Johnson, Gene Ronald, 301 Johnson, Hermel Johnson, James Harper Johnson ,James Ivey 70, 86, 91 Johnson. James Robert Johnson, James Ronald Johnson, Jan Louise, 200, 333 Johnson, Jerry Wendell, 214 Johnson, Joann 212 Johnson, John Frank, 362 Johnson, John Lamar Johnson, Josephine E., 202, 347 Johnson, Kathryn Lee. 212, 362 Johnson, Larry Kenneth, 238, 333 Johnson, Martha H., 315 Johnson, Mary Smith Johnson, Nancy Jean, 52, 73, 200, 347 Johnson, Nancy Kay, 210, 362 Johnson, Oren Van, Jr. Johnson, Patrick Hayes, Jr. Johnson, Patrick Lake, 230 Johnson, Richard Randolph Johnson. Robert Edgar, 84 Johnson, Ronald Victor Johnson, Ronnie Edwin Johnson, Ronny Carl, 92 Johnson, Sandra Jean, 88 Johnson, Susan Dell, 200, 362 Johnson, Susan Frances B., 106, I Johnson, Thomas Carson Johnson, Thomas Walton, 192, 34 ' Johnson, Travis R.. Jr., 232, 347 Johnson, Vernell, 347 Johnson, William Larry Johnson, William Miles, 216 Johnson, William R., 77, 315 Johnson, William Warren, Jr. Johnston, Albert Sidney, 362 Johnston, Barbara Gayle, 240, 36: Johnston, Edmund Covington, 19: Johnston, Florrie Bonnie, 333 Johnston, H. Dale, 333 Johnston, William Bryan Johnstone, V. Carol, 315 Jolly, David Bernard, 204 Jolly, Joyce Delane Tubb Jolly, Willis Hanks, Jr., 106, 204 Jones, Archie Donald, 333 Jones, Augustus Rogers, 218, 362 Jones, Bernard Bryan, Ill, 216, 34: Jones, Carolyn Teresa, 198, 333 Jones, Cecil Harris, 270 Jones, Charles Lamar, 72, 315 Jones, Christopher Riddell, 60, 70, 72, 79, 216 Jones, Claudia Pintard, 81, 202, 3 Jones, Colbert Wear, 98, 301 Jones, Daniel Craft, 72 Jones, David Clifford, 89 Jones, David Henry, 88 Jones, Dennis Allen, 362 Jones, Elizabeth Spalding, 188, 3 Jones, Emmitt Jones, Frederick L., 362 Jones, Gail Elizabeth Jones, George Frederick, 256 Jones, George Randall, 347 Jones, Harris Webster, Jr., 301 Jones, James B., Jr. Jones, James Butterworth, 315 Jones, James Vandy, Jr., 301 Jones, Jane Nash, 188, 315 Jones, Jarrell W., Jr., 228 Jones, Jerry C., 301 Jones, Jerry Rodney Jones, John Randle Jones, Judith Gaye, 188, 362 Jones, Kenneth Renee, 347 Jones, Larry August, 192 Jones, Leland Douglas Jones, Louis Andrew, Jr., 362 Jones, Lynn Dee, 103, 212, 347 Jones, Lynn Hall, 198 Jones, Martin Vernon, 315 Jones, Massone F., 333 Jones, Michael Aven Jones, Michael Edward, 333 Jones, Wide Lee, 333 Jones, Norman Quay, Jr. Jones, Patricia Elise, 89, 240, 362 Jones, Randall Ross Jones, Randall T. Jones, Regenia Faye Jones, Rickey Lyle, 362 Jones, Robert Carl. 204. 347 Jones, Stephen Hickman Jones, Susan Marie, 226, 315 Jones, Theresa Elizabeth Jones, Thomas Adolnhos Jones, Thomas Lee, 234 Jones, Thomas Shelton, 333 Jones Jean Kinard 301 Jones, Victor Lynn. 214, 313 Jones, Walker William, III, 77, 21 256 Jones, William Hooper, 82, 333 Jones, William M., II Jones, Winslow Bacon, 192 Jones, Yvonne. 333 Jordan, Alfred Harris, 230, 362 Jordan, Frank, Ill Jordan, Jimmy Lyn, 216, 362 Jordan. Johnnie K., Jr., 228, 333 Jordan, Kelly Stroup° Jordan, Nelva Jean Jordan, Richard F., Jr. Jordan, Ronald Edward Jordan, Sherrilyn Faye Jordan Terry Leland Jordan, Tony Thadeus Jordan, Walter Allen Jordan, Franklin. 48 Jordan, William Robert, 256 Thomas Joseph, 72, IS 315 Wilhelm Hesketh Joslin, Dan Lee, 315 Jue, Bailey Jue, Edith Jane, 333 Jue, Helen, 316 Jue, Sally Jue, Thomas Shich, 333 Junkie, Helen Faye Jurgensen, Donald Krayer, 214 Justice, Alice Camille, 89. 210, 1 Justice, William Van, II, 206, 347 K Kalcounas, Charles N. Kamp, Joel Joseph Kane, Ward Randolph, 347 Kaplan, Charlotte Siegel Karably, Louis Stephen, Jr. Karr, Maxine H. Kasper, Andrew Francis, 362 Katzenmeyer, Fritz Albert, 218, 3! Kauerz, Kenneth Lee, 230, 276 Kaufman, Karen Larue, 224, 347 Kauzlarich, Daniel Lee, 220, 333 Kay, Gary M. Kazan, Margaret Adele, 88, 190, 347 Keach, Katherine M., 212, 333 Kearney, Bonnie Helen Keating, Linda Ann, 81, 316 Keel, Margaret Carolyn, 347 Keeler, Clifford Bartlett, 204 Keeling, Philip Carol, 192 Keeton, Roy Green, 80 Keffler, Leopold Raymond, 79 Keith, Thomas Donald, 86, 92, 333 Keller, Lawrence Braden Keller, Robert Elwood, 234 Kelley, Sandra K., 316 Kelley, Vernon R., Ill, 316 Kellum, Herman Edward, Ill, 228, 362 Kellum, Janice Dale, 81, 333 Kellum, Sarah Eliz, 202, 316 Kelly, Ann Mossy Kelly, Bruce Nicholas, 362 Kelly, Charles Epperson Kelly, Charles M. Kelly, Cheryl D. Kelly, June Ann, 103, 362 Kelly, Michael Louis, 228 Kelly, William Laird, 204, 333 Kelsey, Sandra, 202, 316 Kelso, Larry Jackson Kelty, Nancy Ann, 301 Kemble, William Henry Kendall, Margaret Karel, 96, 316 Kenemer, Neil Charles, 316 Kennedy, Basil Thompson, 48, 105, 214, 316 Kennedy, Betty Kay, 226, 316 Kennedy, Billie Marion, 347 Kennedy, Frank Foster, Jr., 232 Kennedy, Robert A., 72, 206, 333 Kennedy, Vickie, 86, 101, 316 Kenney, Michael William, 48 Kenney, Pamela Robertson Kenney, Stephen Clark, 228 Kenney, Timothy James, 316 Keough, Homer Richard, 196 Keough, Margaret Ann, 316 Kerby, Karen Lee, 202, 362 Kerr, Carol Ann Kessler, William Howard Ketchum, Denton Boyce, 234 Ketchum, Sammy Guy, 333 Keye, Denelda, 210, 316 Khalsa, Jaglitsinch H., 301 Khawand, John Bechara, 333 Khayat, Rames Michael, 234 Kiamie, Alex Joseph, Jr., 234 Gary Van Kidd, Rebecca Gay Kiernan, Terence James 222, 333 Kiloore. Catherine Purnell Kilgore Donald Leland, 67, 77, 234, 333 Kilgore Judith Ann, 316 Kilgore, Rebecca Ruth, 224, 347 Kilgore. Ronald Warren Wendell Terry Kimball. Charles T., Ill Kimbrell. Robert C. Cola Cue, 73, 200, 347 K ' mbro John Burl Klrehrouah. Reniemin B.. 77, 313 Brenda Gail 188 316 K imhrough Elaine S.. 200 362 Kinabrew Emma Louise. 107 Kinard 212 Kinard. John Maier, 232, 301 Kinard Judy Cobb Terry 1.. 333 Kinn. Benson Eugene kin Carr-Own Kirk lOno Christi Gail 774 1L2 Donnie Wade 86. 101 K ind. Ellyaheth Rivers 69. 900 nut Frances Fljraheth 1R1 347 ' One. James Patrick, 720, 333 Kinn Jerry Nolan 347 King, Katherine Cecile, 103, 240, 316 King, Kay Ellen, 202, 362 King, Leslie Darnell. 316 King, Linda Gail, 224, 333 King, Margaret Dee, 81, 316 King, Mary E. King, Michael Jon King, Michael Leonard King, Michael Lewis, 216, 256 King, Newton Dudley, 333 King, Nora Theresa King, Patricia Anne, 316 King, Perry Lee, 256 King, Ray Thomas, 228 King, Richard Moore Jr. King, Robert Edward, 86, 333 King, Robert Lee King, Robert Louis King, Samuel Bowen, 208, 362 King, Stark Harle King, Allyn, 220, 334 King, William Travis, 60, 67, 92, 316 Kipp, Crane Davis, 89, 206, 347 Kirby, Tony Earl Kirby, William Edwards, 220, 362 Kirk, Douglas Ulric Kirk, Kathleen Marie, 316 Kirk, Mary Pillow Kirkfield, Robert A., 108 Kirkland, John Stephen, 236, 347 Kirksey, Analyn Kirschten, Thomas Davis, 106 Kitchen, Michael John Kitchens, J ames Medlin, 70, 232, 347 Kitchens, Judy Ann, 96, 210, 316 Kitchens, Norva D. Kitchens, Roosevelt Kitchens, William L., Jr. Kittle, Hartley Weems, III, 236, 334 Kittrell, Fred J., 79 Kittrell, Harris Tom, Jr. Kizzer, Steven Allan Kline, William Blanchard, 192 Kling, Rosianna Elizabeth, 194, 362 Klotz, Elaine Downer, 106, 301 Klotz, Leah Denise, 101 Klotz, Paul William, 301 Knecht, Janice Lynn Knight, Charles Herbert Knight, David Shelby, 70, 214, 347 Knight, Franklin Edward, 347 Knight, Robert Dewey, 192 Knight, Sara Chambers, 90 Knight, Steven Marco, 86, 97, 301 Knight, William R., 256 Knott, Mary B., 224, 316 Knox, Anne Ballenger Knox, Nancy Repps, 190, 316 Knox, Sherry Lynne, 347 Koban, John Miles, 316 Koch, Nancy Helen, 210, 334 Kochtitzky, Katherine R., 240, 347 Koe, Frank Go, 93, 362 Koe, Lester, Jr. Koenig, Penny Ann, 334 Kolwyck, Linda Lee, 212, 362 Kong, Shui Sun, 301 Koon, Akron Aaron, 105, 236, 316 Koon, Rickey Arvard, 232 Koonce, Larry Cameron, 316 Kopf, Preston James, Jr., 301 Kosko, Paul Igor, 72, 192 Kountouris, Jerry Mike, 92, 316 Koury, Joseph Albert Krei, Edward Allen, 362 Kremser, Harriet, 240, 362 Kriehn, Timothy Frank, 108, 196, 347 Krogstad, Dianne Dewees Krogstad, Larry Kenneth, 106, 301 Krumhar, Dawn Elizabeth Krutz, Fred Howard III, 208, 347 Kubat, Alvin Rushfeldt, 316 Kuchaculla, Kusumaker R., 301 Kuttnauer, James Stephen, 228, 362 Kuykendall, Michael Lee, 234, 362 Kuykendall, Morella L., 73, 76, 198, 347 L La, Cuestra Enrique Labens, Malcolm Howard Lacefield Thomas Edward, 85 Lackey, Carl Richard, 77, 82, 208 Lackey, Lettie Lee, 188, 362 Lacoss, Terry Lee Lacy, Jack Brooks, Jr., 107 Lacy, Sarah Trotman Ladner, Hershel Otho Ladner, Sharon Eva Ladner, Susan Elizabeth, 80, 301 Lafollette, George F., Jr., 362 Laker, Terry Anne, 316 Laidlaw, Richard Keith, 301 Lail, David Townes, 214, 362 Lair, David Dane, 196, 347 Laird, Janis Lynn Bowie, 316 Laird, Jesse Smylie, 316 Lake, David Hugh Lambert, Barry Gerard, 362 Lambert, Billy Wayne, 334 Lambert, David Flavous, 334 Lambert, Vicki Yvonne, 334 Lampkin, Charles B., Ill Lampkin, Larry Dale Lancaster, Alan Devere, 230 Lancaster, Larry Wayne, 334 Lance, Carol Ann Lance, Richard Leslie Land, Nancy Carole, 224, 334 Landers, Robert Watson, Jr. Landry, Lydia Dore Landry, Paul Andrew, 192, 316 Landry, Robert James, 347 Landry, Robert Lane, 334 Landry. Tony Clyde Lane, Ernest, 94, 301 Lane, Johnny Earl Lane, Mary Poates Laney, Billy Joe Laney, Charles Herbert, 70, 72 216, 334 Laney John Buford, 216 Susan Kathryn, 69, 86 101, 224, 316 Langford, James Jerry, 67, 94, 30 Lanahofer, Dorothy Louise, 202 362 Langmesser, Thomas Joseph, 82 96, 196, 316 Langston, Beatrice Mae, 96, 316 Pamela Penick Lanaston Robert A. Jr., 196 Lantrin, Danny Glen, 234, 362 Lapolla, William Frank, 222, 316 Larigakis, Nick Sam Larkin, Thomas Jeffrey, 48, 52, 34 Larson, John Gerald, 216 Larson, Lisa Elizabeth, 89, 212, Lassiter, Gerald Steven, 208, 34 Latham, Michael Wayne, 97, 192 Latham, Steven W. Latham, Wayne Franklin, 362 Latimer, Dorothy Sue, 210, 316 Latture, Claire Ann, 226, 347 Lauderdale, James Abner, 69, 216, 334 Lauderdale, Jane, 79, 81, 190, 31 Lauderdale, Joseph F., 230 Lauderdale, Samuel S., 230, 362 Lauer, Peter Birchmore, 220, 316 Lauer, Virginia Borland, 347 Laughlin, James Richard, Jr., 23 Laughlin, Loran Lee, 60, 67, 77, 82, 192, 316 Laughlin, Walter Howard, 232 Laumbattus, Harold Dean Laurent, Nat Brian Carl Lavender, Susan Parker, 210, 33 Lavers, Brenton M. Lavers, Lynda Grace, 316 Law, Peter Shiu Wang, 70, 347 Lawrence, Demetra Illene Lawrence, Ella Brown, 224, 334 Lawrence, Robert Weems, 220, Lawrence, Swanee Burrus J., 362 Lawson, Sharyn Kathleen Lawyer, Grace Burleson Lawyer, Michael Scott Lawyer, Sara Ann Lawyer, Stephen Garry, 234 Layrock, Patricia Ann Lazarus, Herman Lee, Jr. Lea, Dennis Wayne, 334 Lea, Gerald Ray, 301 Lea, Janet Sansing, 48, 202, 363 Leach, Carl Ray, 70, 196 Leach, Stephanie Jean Leake, Regina Lucile, 79, 86, 31 Leasure, Harold Brooks, Jr., 347 Leatherman, William A., Jr. Leathers, Don Wayne Leavitt, Dinah Luise, 79, 301 Leblanc, Allen Michael, 256 Lecca, Pedro J., 92, 301 Lecren, Ted Ralph, 220, 363 Ledbetter, Janice Mae, 86, 334 Ledbetter, Sue, 200, 363 Ledlow, Lynda Dianne, 212, 317 Lee, Andrew Jackson, Jr., 93 Lee, Daisy Diella, 317 Lee, Earl S. Lee, Gerald Douglas Lee, James Garon, 92, 334 Lee, Jimmie Arnold, 334 Lee, John Elmo Lee, Larry Wayne, 363 Lee, Laura Lynda, 226, 317 Lee, Man Hee, 301 Lee, Mary Bendella, 317 Lee, Patricia Adeline, 200, 363 Lee, Preston Huah, Jr., 363 Lee, Sarah Randall, 317 Lee, Sheron Diane Lee, Sue Kee Lee, Thomas Everard. 347 Leech, Judy Claire, 60, 69, 79, 202, 317 Leech, Robert Wayne, 214, 363 Leedom, Mark Blayney, 220, 363 Leemon, Charles Lothaire, 220 Leemon, Linda Laumbattus Leeper, Harry Cole, Jr., 91, 317 Leeton, Barbara Bruce Lefeve, Aristide F.. Jr., 216 Lefeve, Heath, 94 Lefler James Ronald Leftwich, Nancy Ann, 224, 361 Leone, Rebecca Sue, 74, 75, 317 Leacieft, Barbara Elaine, 80 85 Lenaett, Charles 106, 3 Leonel+ Donald Mitchell Lennett, George Hansford, 67, 2 4, 317 Lehman, M., 363 Lehman, Linda Jean Lehman Patricia Ann, 198, 334 Leineweber, Robert M. Leineweker Sarah Prude Lemly Matthew C., Ill. 363 Lemons, Cynthia Ann 172. 200, C. Lenoir Richard Alvin, Jr., 212 Leonard. Georne. IV, 88 301 Leonard. Kave 190, 334 eslev John 317 Lesley, Maftie Virginia eslie Arthur Horace, 84 I H. Lester, Horace Baxter, Jr., 67, 101 Lester. Rabert 147 Lester. 334 I Pono 301 Lewis, Aaron Alton Barney, Jr., 82, 317 Lewis Rarhara B.. 301 I ewis Charles 301 Lewis, George Cooke, Jr. Lewis, George Kenneth, 238 Lewis, Harvey Ronald, 334 Lewis, Jane Edel Lewis, John Frank, 97, 238, 301 Lewis, Kennon Denman Lewis, Linda Lafaye, 347 Lewis, Martha Ruth Lewis, Michael Causey Lewis, Mildred Polk, 89 Lewis, Richard Knox, 317 Lewis, Robert Edwin, Jr. Lex Gerald G. Liberto, Frank Peter Liberto, Vincent, 334 Liggins, Linnie Belle, 317 Lightsey, Jerry Bufkin Liles, Danny Kay Liles, George A. Limbocker, George Alden, 218 Lindley, Jimmie Leroy, 222 Lindley, Tommy Jack Lindsay, Anne Adams, 240 Lindsey, Henderson C. Lindsey, Roland Arden, 334 Lindsey, West, Jr. Lingle, Rodney Linda Bon, 75 Lipscomb, Lin Highbaugh, 230 Lisenby, Susan Townsend, 88, 334 List, Henry Clay Anderson, 270 Little, Charles Mac, 301 Little, Eamy Lynn, 226, 347 Little, Glenda Flowers, 81 Little, Lawrence Lee, 48, 234, Little, Lynda Lynell Little, Richard Allen, 92, 317 Little, Richard Lynn Littlejohn, George Anne, 48, Littleton, Janet Lenore, 363 Litton. William Powell, 230 Liu, Sheen Jana, 301 Livingston, Barbara Lois, 210, Livingston, James Robert Livingston, Robert Glenn, 232 Livingston, Robert Odie Price Llano Christopher F., 196, 347 Llewellyn, John Robert, 84, 21 Lloyd, James Barlow Lloyd, Robert Cecil Lloyd, Samuel Thames, III, 78, 334 Lochausen, Vernon C., Ill, 36 ' Lockard, James Robert, 106 Locke, Patricia Ann, 224, 317 Loden, Aaron Lee Loden, Mickey Lee, 334 Mark Brinson. 230 Loftin, Anne 226, 363 Lofton, Albert J., 208 Lofton, Lubbie James, Jr., 36 Lofton, Willard Noble Logan, Brenda Kay. 190, 363 Logan, Frederick Michael 108 Logan, Robert Lee, 192, 334 Logan, Janet Sue, 210 314 N. Dianne, 76, 82, 89, 347 Loran, Robert Maurice, 363 Lollar, Grita Suzanne, 210, 73 Lomax. Lowry McPhearson, 31 Lomax, Susan Katharine Lonardo Thomas Taylor 1 ong, David Lafayette Long, David Wilson 232. 363 Emily Carol, 202, 347 Long, Jerry Allen Long, Linda Sue, 82, 89, 200, Long, Lora Alcorn Michael Robert, 91 I ong 234 Lona Samuel Erst III 234 36 Lone Thomas Jude 101 1 Deanne C., 190, 31 I onnacre. Larra ' ne 191 Lonnino, Margaret Wilsford, 314 Loomis, Margaret Lois, 88 191 Looney James Downes, 234 Lone,. Graciela Lord Jr. 220 363 Loft Finery 1-1. 97. 317 Leff Gary Cullen 117 le++ 317 1 otte,he, Elizabeth Ann 198. otterhos, George Augustus, 756 T. otterhoc Josenh Edward, 30 Lou C. P. I orris John 228 I ouffi 1s,am Fares Love Martha Lee 348 I .1A " ,os 317 11,,b.r-r. en 19R 91 I oval,lv ko,10 0 Lo,,e1,4Y Ann. 76 88 48 l„ 232 I co,n1,olv Willie FArl 102 !nye, Ve.-1,1e Ann 909 ovvo n Jr., 31 lawn Gene 1 MVP R 1.nwo Sara H.1,1 81 ' 591 Lowery, Mack Lamar, 228 Lowrance, William B., 302 Lowry, Brenda Thomson, 334 Lowry, Nancy Debra, 363 Lowry, William E., 302 Lowstuter, Anthony R., Jr. Lowstuter, Robert Ford Loyacono, Paul Kelly, 106, 302 Lublanezki, Nancy Carlan, 302 Lucas, Richard Byrd, 317 Lucius, Robert Hiram, 234, 363 Luckett, Ignatius S., Jr., 208 Luckett, Linda Jean, 198, 363 Luckett, Lucretia Anne Ludlam, Pat Waterfield Ludlam, Warren McGee, 216, 348 Luebke, Claire, 202, 363 Luke, Jo Ann, 73, 76, 210, 348 Luke, Lillian Simon, 302 Luke, Thomas Mitchell, 317 Lum, May, 363 Lumalcuri, William Joseph Lunceford, Marsha Ann, 190, 348 Lunceford, Robert A., 228 Lung, Mon Yin, 302 Lunsford, Glenn Traveler, 220, 348 Lunsford, Hollis Eugene, 220, 317 Luper, Katherine Ann, 172, 210, 33 Lupoli, Jonna Lorraine, 318 Lurie, David Marshall Lusk, Laura Lynn Lute, Alice B., 48 Lyda, Kenneth Eugene, 92 Lyda, Rita Diane Lyle, Barry Loren Lyon, Beth Allen, 318 Lyon, Edward Joseph, 60, 67, 7, 78, 82, 234, 302 Lyon, Rupert Milton, 230, 334 Lyons, Dianne M Mabry, Paul Davis, Jr. MacDonald, James Stewart Macek, Louise Babette Macintosh, David Gardner, 318 Macy, Annelle Lee, 224, 334 Madden, Philip Lynn, 88, 196, 348 Maddox, Robert Lawrence Maddux, Lewis Lynn, 230, 363 Magee, Joe Harvey, 67, 86, 318 Magee, Robert M. Magee, William Thomas, 256, 27! Maginnis, George Henry, 106 Mahaffey, Robert Michael Maholm, Gary Michael, 70, 334 Maier, Claire C., 318 Majd, Bahman, 363 Major, Martha Elizabeth, 172, 20 334 Majors, Marilyn, 76, 103, 210, 348 Mak, Stephen Yu Chun, 318 Makamson, Sammy Duren Malatesta, John Joseph, 97, 318 Maley, Claude, Jr., 228 Maley, Thomas Edward, 228, 348 Malhotra, N. R., 91 Malhotra, Santosh, 302 Malkovich, Daniel Ewing Mallette, James C. Malone, Jack Robert Malone, Max Elliott Malone, Mina Elizabeth, 224, 334 Malone, Willis Benjamin, 230, 363 Maloney, Edward Charles, 234, 3 ' Maloney, Kenneth Roscoe, 302 Malouf, Michael James, 218, 302 Malski, Carl Michael, 94 Mandrell, William Kermit Mangin, Charles Geoffrey. 302 Mangin, Connie Johnson, 106 Wilier, Helen, Dayton, 198, 340 Mann. Constance Lue, 212, 318 Mann, Michael Edgar, 214, 363 Ronald Joseph, 214, 318 Mann. Thomas Mason Manning, Edward William. 302 Manning, Elisha A., III, 234, 2! 276 Manning. Van Russell, 228 Mansell Michael Lewis. 230, 334 Maples, Robert Alvin, 214 Marascalco, Frank P., 97 Marascalco, Ronald Marascalco, Vincent D., 97 Marble, Roland Dudley, Jr., 2: 363 Marcella, David M. Marcum. Marvin, 302 Marks, Ouida Woods Marks, Randall Thomas 302 Marks Steve Mitchell, 93 Marodis Mary Marsh. Ronald Keith, 363 Jimmie Dale, 208. 334 Marshall, John Clement, Jr., 21 363 Marshall, Lucian Grover Marshall, Robert Barnes Marshall, Sarah Latimer, 79 Marston, Walter W.. 86 108 Marthaler, Brenda J., 364 Marthaler George Edward Martin. Aline Franklin l oulse 364 Martin, Charlsie R., 334 Martin, Cheryl Renee, 73, 188, 3 Martin, Cynthia Sybil Martin, Ella Deloise Martin, Harry Franklin Martin, Henry Frank, Jr., 234, 364 Martin, James Dent Martin, James Gilbert, 67, 74, 192, 302 Martin, James Wallace, Jr., 236, 364 Martin, Jeffrey Hampton Martin, John Barret, 232 Martin, John Hill, Jr., 364 Martin, John Sanford, 228 Martin, John William, Jr. Martin, Judson Chaffin, 364 Martin, Katherine Joan Martin, Leo Lupz Martin, Linda Ruth, 188 Martin, Martha Mattingly, 224, 364 Martin, Mary Smith, 212, 348 Martin, Mary Watson, 202, 334 Martin, Oscar, Jr. Martin, Robert James Martin, Robert William, 232 Martin, Theresa Katherine, 190, 364 Martin, Walton Lewis, 302 Martin, William Cline Martindale, Karen Elaine Martindale, Rickey U. Mashburn, Carlton Neely, 230, 334 Mashburn, Troy Watts, Jr., 70, 77, 88, 232 Massengale, Don Edward Massey, Eugene Thomas Massey, Gwen, 165, 210, 318 Massey, Patricia Lynn, 224, 334 Massey, Robert Clyde, 348 Massey, Roy Sterling, 74 Massie, Gilbert Matherne, Paula Maurine, 73, 348 Mathis, Betty Joyce, 88, 364 Mathis, James Harold, 106 Mathis, Jeanella Mathis, Pamela Ann Matkins, Billy Charles, 334 Maffei, Roger Benjamin, 238 Matthews, Jolly W., 106 Matthews, Leroy, Jr., 318 Matthews, Marianne, 334 Matthews, Timothy Lee Mattox, Lina Cecile, 318 Matulich, Joseph, 232, 334 Mauldin, Berlon Michael, 228 Mauldin, Helen Christine, 334 Mauldin, Nancy Patrice, 76, 89, 200, 348 Mavar, Gerald Michael Maxcy, Martha Helen Maxey, Charles Gregory, 216 Maxey, Jamie Ann, 202, 364 Maxey, Melody Herring Maxey, Patricia Ross Maxey, Sammy Robert Maxwell, Harvey Flinn, Jr. Maxwell. Mary Anne, 190, 318 May, Arthur William May, Harriett Louise, 226, 348 May, James Douglas May, James Walker, 70, 82, 228, 334 Mayer, Henry Raymond, 216, 348 Mayes, Curtis Shelby, 70 Mayfield, Kenneth, 348 Mayfield, Margaret E., 88, 200, 348 Mayfield, Walter Gautier Maynard, Cyril Duncan, 302 Maynard, Olivia Powell, 334 Mayo, Felicia Jane, 73, 86, 188, 348 Mayo, Jennifer Douglas Mays. John Stuart, 70, 318 McAlexander, Dianne, 89, 194 McAdoo, Anne 200 McAleer, David Dudley, 238, 318 Robert Conner McAlpin, Cathy Ann, 334 Lawrence James, 348 mcAnally. Jimmy Stephen, 348 Paul Edwin McArth.,• 318 McBee. Dudley Silas, 230, 364 McBride, Ellen Carole N. Wirier Anthony, 92 McBride, Martha Ann William Wallace 318 McBryde, Laura Greer McCabe, Patricia Anne, 198 McCachren, Mary Lou McCain, Talbot 0., 230 McCall, Samuel Henry McCamey, Michael Edward, 208, 334 McCants, Bobbie Ed, 318 McCarty, Charles Patrick, 348 McCarty, Daniel Joseph McCarty. Mary Virninia McCarty, Bonner. 206, 348 McCarver, Glenn Allen, 334 McCauley, Charlotte L., 86 McCay, Gadi Lum. 208 McCay, James Marion, 91 McCay. Larry Leigh, 334 McClanahan, Hick Hartsell, 106 McClanahan, Hugh Price, 364 McClanahan, Thomas Edward, 348 McClatchy, Sarah Elizabeth, 212 McClendon Erwin Lowe McClung, Harvey Wade, Jr., 60, 67 70, 72, 86 206, 318 McClure, Worthy Powell, 256 McCollum, Charles Lenox McCollum, Elizabeth Ann, 240, 3 McCollum, Robert Steve McCollum, William Lon, 86 McCombs, James Jerry, 222, 310 McConnell, Douglas Wills McCool, Cahrles Edward, 88, 21 318 McCool, Kathryn Elaine McCool, Larry Alan McCool, Linda Gail, 88, 212, 334 McCool, Peyton Hugh, 77, 82, 19; McCool, Thomas Edward, 192 McCord, Billy Q. McCord, Bobby Carroll McCord, Roselyn Scott, 200, 318 McCormack, Fred Carnes McCormack, Gregory Gaye McCormack, Patricia L., 318 McCormick, Belva Lee McCormick, Rebecca L., 210, 341 McCostrn, Mary Helen, 81, 348 McCoy, Dorothy Susan McCoy, Joe Coleman McCoy, Merwin Andreas, 276 McCoy, Patricia Yvonne, 348 McCoy, Virginia Ann, 364 McCraney, Sybil Marie, 364 McCraw, Donna Sue, 73, 348 McCrillis, Billy Eugene McCrory, Ralph Cullin McCrory, Robert Bruce, 220, 348 McCullar, James Shelby McCullough, Tedford C., 234 McCune, Brenda Rebecca McCurdy, Hollis Horton McCurdy. Karen Melissa, 188, 36, McDaniel, Clarence Albert McDaniel, Suzanne McDearmon, John Daley McDermitt, John Howard, 302 McDermott, Austin J., Ill McDill, Katherine Jean, 334 McDonald, Daniel Michael McDonald, Eddie Jean McDonald, James Cecil McDonald, Webster, 230, 364 McDonald, William M., 52, 348 McDonnell. Fred James, 58, 67, 78, 80, 232. 318 McDonnell, John G., 206, 364 McDonough, Homer Ray, Jr., 311 McDonough. William L., Jr. Judy Clarene 224. 31: McDowell, Betty Mann, 86, 190, McElroy, Laura Ann, 194, 364 McElroy, Linda M. McElroy, Ronald Wayne, 90, 2 318 McElwee, James Ware, 70, 75 McElwee, Nancy Frye McEwen, Benjamin R., Jr. McEwen. Bonnie Sidle McFarland, E., 84, 348 McFatter, Melvin Hurley, 204 McGaha Jane, 188 Arthur Eugene, Jr. McGaughey, Claude R., III, 2 364 McGaughy, Janice, 348 McGee, Debra Diane, 79, 80, 30 ' McGee John Dixon, 70, 88, 1 216, 348 McGee, Linda Barnes McGee Marian Webster, 318 McGehee, Edward Henderson, 1 McGehee, Harvey. 232 McGehee, Mary Bryan, 226, 349 McGlown, Taylor Reginald McGlown, Jerry Eugene, 318 McGlown. Stewart B., 89, 364 McGowan .John Alfred, Jr., 364 McGowen, Richard Alan McGrath. W., Jr., 236, 36 McGraw. James A. 230 McGraw, Mary Lillian, 200, 349 Judith K. Sandra Joan, 334 McGrew. Rennie D., 303 McHaney, Nancy Holland. 303 Mcl!wain. Joseph Wiley, 77, 2 335 Mc!Twain, Margaret V. Mary Sue. 224 364 McIlwain B.. Jr., 214. 318 Mcllwain. Willard L., Jr., 103 Durham 198 311 McInnis Myrtle Ann. 190. 335 Ann Eli-,abeth McIntosh David M ' Iton 228 McIntyre, Arthur J. 192 Led ' . Ann 198 318 McIntyre, William Edward, 1 344 McIver Robert Edwin, 230. 318 McKaskle. Flake, 208, 36 McKay, Patricia McKay, Richmond Izard. 303 McKay Robert Levon, 335 McKee Martha Mason, 106 McKee Mike Treloar McKellar, Donny Bruce. 364 McKellar. Frank Monroe 25 Charles Kenneth 335 David Daniel 118 McKenzie, John Martin, 270, 364 McKenzie, Wayne. 228, McKenzie, Robert Hess, 108 McKenzie, Stevan Michael, 349 McKessy, Daniel Thomas, 236, 3 McKey, Dianna Lee, 212, 364 McKey, Noel Keith McKey, Shelby Weeks, 67, 70, 234, 335 McKibben, Betty Ann, 318 McKinney, Charles Newton, 192 McKinney, Robert Louis McKinnon, Thomas Roy- McKnight, Charles A., 92, 303 McLallen, Ruth Smythe, 52, 88, 335 McLarty, Edwin Murry, 276 McLaughlin, James W., Jr., 349 McLaurin, John Purves, 94, 303 McLaurin, Susan Evelyn, 210, 3: McLellan, Arthur Joe, 335 McLellan, Walter V., III, 216, McLemore, Eugene, 303 McLeod, Daniel Calhoun, 364 McLeod, Hugh Carroll, 70 McLeod, James Dan, 192, 349 McLeod, Norman W., Ill McMahan, Joy Marter, 349 McMahan, Michael Lee, 86, 303 McMahon, Kevin William, 349 McManus, Mary Jon, 349 McManus, Robert Eustis, Jr.. 364 McMaster, Michael Martin, 230 McMath, Jennie Wright, 318 McMillan, John Terry McM ' Ilen, Patricia Grace McMillian, John Michael McMorris, Leslie Lee McMullan, Minnie Katherine, 3 McMullan, Wyche Lowe, 77, 335 McMullen, Aubrey Buford, Jr., McMullen, Wilram A., II, 230, McMurchy, Charles R., Jr., 208 McMurray, James Dabney. 364 McMurray, Marcia, 188, 318 McMurray, Michael Gordon McMurry, George Howard, Jr. McNabb, Venton Albert, Jr., 2 McNally, Cande, 240, 364 McNamara, Michael Edward McNamee, Susan Elizabeth, 318 McNeal, Glenda Ann, 335 McNeece. Henry, 48, 3 McNeel, Jason Niles McNeely, Barney Steven, 70, 107 McNeely, Don Keith, 85, 335 McNeely, Linda Colleen, 190, 3 McNeely, Martha Louise. 318 McNeer, Sherry Ann, 240, 318 Will ' am Allen McPhail, Susan B. McQueen, Carroll D.. Jr., 192, McQuigg, Susanne, 202, 318 McRaney. Thomas Oliver, 206. 3 McRee, Ronald Alexander. 230 McRee Sharon Ann, 86, 210, 3 MrRinht, Johnny Pete, 228 McRight, Lila Lee, 88,. 212, 335 McSpadden, Malcolm Oakes, 364 McVey, William Jefferson, 349 McWilliams James Edwin, 303 Meacham, Betty Ruth, 318 Meador, Barbara Ann, 86, 88 3 Meador, Carroll Brent, 84, 236 Meador, Gordon Hill, 70, 86, 206, 349 Meadows. Jack Conrad. Jr. Mize. Anna Eugenia, 81, 303 Mize. Allen Hobbs, 230 Mears, G. L. Mears, Norman Fay Meant. Byron Paul Medley Alonzo Meek, Forrest lee_ 278, 335 Meeks, Edwin 97 335 Jean Haydock 303 Meifert. Raymond A., 238, 315 Melton, Floyd M., Jr., 67 303 Melton Mary Randle. 200. 335 Melton Pamela Jo, 198, 364 Menkis. Harvey R. Mercer. Marilyn Old 700, 319 Meredith Thomas Carter. 303 Merrell. Jean Arthur, 200 Martha Jane 86. 349 Merriam Edward Vince, 364 Messer, Charles Edwin path Ann, 88 16e Mestaver, Richard P.. 714 Charles Shivers 349 Metts, Albert Caswell III 220, Metts Marsha Jane 86, 349 Floyd L. John R 194. 319 Meyer. Mary Fli•abeth Mice.; Darla Jeanne. 726, 349 Alan Emil 94 Michel Carr Michel Ann tofictr+In+on Charles E.. Jr.. 208 Doris Marie S. Ellwood K.. 191. 361 Middleton, Robert Rowland, 364 Migues, Danny Ray lylihalyka, George K. Miles, Deborah Lynn, 202, 364 Mlles, John liubert, Jr., 85, 101 ninny, Cheri Suzzanne, 349 Miley, Wesley Allen Miller, Arnie Kerby ▪ Barbara Ann, 335 Uynthia Jane, 319 illei, Deuoi alt Lee, 364 Iv1:11a, Douua Gail, 364 Miller, Everett Joe, 319 ivnher, June Stu oble J.inmy L., 107 ' Adler, Larry Gene 6.4.nec, Lynn Reese, 212, 349 roinela Lee wl suer, raula Louise, 224, 349 6 fiber, Rooert Arrington, 85, 23. Miller, Ronald Lee, 335 Miller, Sara Mason Miner, Sharon Ruth Miler, Sherman Michael iwdier, Sherri Maureen, 86, 319 Miller, Thomas Glasner, Jr., 2 319 M,Iler, William Patrick, 92, 319 Millican, troy B. Carolyn J. L.laud.a 212, 319 Mills, Richard Edward, 228 Millstein, Sam, Jr. Milner, Anne Hamilton Milner, Melinda Craig, 226, 335 Milner, Mildred Louise, 198, 319 Milstead, Don Michael Milstead, George Howell, 92, 31 Mims, Loye Wayne Minkley, Carol Gail, 188, 349 Minor, James D., 82, 96, 108, 30 Minor, Jeffrey Clement, 228, 31 ' Minor, Lancelot L., III, 216, 335 Minor, Maralin Lisa, 202, 364 Minor, Steve Minshew, Audry Perkins Mir, Ghulam Nabi Miskelly, Freddie Roy, 335 Miskelly, Lou Ann Mistills, Steve T. Mitchell, Adam Howell, Jr., 2 256 Mitchell, Angie Viola H. Mitchell, Ben Larkin Mitchell, Billy Donald Mitchell, Colmon Shinn Mitchell, David Howard, 85 Mitchell, Ellis Q., III, 89, 364 Mitchell, Eva Mae, 335 Mitchell, Geoffery C., 319 Mitchell, George Isaac, Jr., 319 Mitchell, George W,, Ill Mitchell, Harry Hubbard, 228, : Mitchell, Henry R., III Mitchell, Hubert D., Jr., 319 Mitchell, James Abbott, Jr. Mitchell, Jane, 190, 349 Mitchell, John Robert Mitchell, Kitty Carol Mitchell, Marilyn Ann Mitchell, Martha Lois, 349 Mitchell, Nancy Tin Mitchell, Robbins Lee, Jr. Mitchell, Sally Downs Mitchell, Sarah Blaine, 8 2, 210, Mitchell, Susan Jean, 190, 364 Willie F., 349 Mittra, Tridib Kumar, 303 Mixon, Edward Lenoir, 206, 364 Mixon, Larry Edward, 335 Mixon, Walter Avery, 52, 206 Mize, Danny Gene, 335 Mize, Margaret Lucinda, 364 Mize, Renda Cheryl Mize, Sue Ellen, 188, 349 Moak, Helen Diane Moak, Helen Hutchcraft Moak, Henry Andy, Jr., 86, 88, 234, 335 Moak, Jennifer Moak. Paul Greer, 77, 335 Moak, Polly Ann, 88, 202, 364 Moak, Susan Moats, Bobby James Mobley, Reggie Dale, 72 Mobley, William Anthony Moley, Stanley Anthony Melanie Ann, 198, 364 Molpus, David Lee. 319 Molpus, Richard Henderson, 232, 335 Molsbee, Robert Glenn, 303 Monroe, Robert Austin, 349 Monsour, Mitchell Dial, 228, 335 Monsour, Thomas Joseph Montague, Phyllis Ann, 335 Montee. Michael Richard. 93, 3, Monteith, Richard Carl, 105, 33 Montesi, Marilou Dania, 335 Montgomery, Beverly Flo, 335 Montgomery, Carl Venson, 98 Montgomery, Daniel Cameron, 2 ery, Edmund Warren, Montgomery, Jeanne H., 88. 33 Montgomery, Keith Norris, 208, Montgomery. Sidney Neely, 96 Montgomery. Wilhelmina, 364 Montjoy. William Wright, 230, Monty, Robert Anthony Moody, John Alan Moody, Ronald Leon, 238 Moon, Peter Courtney, 196 Moon, Sammy Lee, 52, 206, 335 Moore, Barry Dale, 364 Moore, Benjamin Allen, 349 Moore, Betty Lynette Moore, Dennis Glenn, 192, 364 Moore, Don Wilson, 228 349 Moore, Ellen Elizabeth, 198, 335 Moore, Henderson A., III, 67, 7 228 Moore, Hilda Sneed, 319 Moore, Hugh George, Jr., 108 Moore, James Emmett Moore, James Holley, Jr., 52, 6 70, 74, 216, 335 Moore, James Walter, 89 Moore, Johnny, 84, 319 Moore, Jon Howard, 335 Moore, Lenora Langston Moore, Linda, 226, 319 Moore, Lucy Currie. 200, 364 Moore, McPherson D., 105, 319 Moore, Noble Glen, 108, 214 Moore, Paul Harold, Jr., 364 Moore, Paul Meadow. Jr., 196, 31 Moore, Randy Ray. 335 Moore, Robert Burton, Jr. Moore, Robert Dunsceath, 230, 3: Moore, Russell L., Jr., 276 Moore, Sarah Ruth, 89, 190, 365 Moore, Stephen Owen, 94, 303 Moore, Steven Embrey, 228 Moore, Susan Cader, 194, 365 Moore, Terry Lee Moore, Walton Louis, 335 Moorer. B., Jr., 365 Moorhead, Sylvia Kay, 73, 76, 8 349 Morehead, Sally Baird, 103, 22 349 Moreland, Henry Lewis Moreton, Julian Edward Morgan, Anne Smith Morgan, Bobby Glenn, 365 Morgan, Chad Yates, 208, 365 Morgan, Clarence Edward. 303 Morgan, Eddie Mack, 88, 230 Morgan, Emory Earl Morgan, Fitz Robert, III, 365 Morgan, Geoffrey Carter, 88, 212 365 Morgan, Terrell, 303 Morgan, James P. Morgan, John Alec 730 Morgan, John Gayden Morgan, John Jordan Morgan, Larry, 92 Morgan, Linda Carol Morgan, Martha Lynn Morgan, Wayne Morgan, Samuel Whittier Morgan, Steve Allen Morgan. Teresa Ann, 86 Morgan, Tolmadge V., Jr., 89 Morino, Joseph Rodney. 220. 303 Morlino Charles Fred, 97, 319 Morris, Abe L. Morris, Burnice, 365 Morris. 216, 3 Morris, Scott, 349 Morris, Frances Gayle Gary Nelson Morris, James Willard, III, 21 349 Morris, Joanne Montroy, 190, 365 Morris, John Alan, 303 Morris, Leonard, 86, 335 Morris, Marvin Newman Morris. Robert Wyatt, 11. 208 Morris, Susan Athena, 303 Morris, Terry Baird, 349 Morris, Terry Lee, 77, 234, 335 Morris, Thomas , Morris, Thomas Wesley Morrison, Carolyn M., 200 Morrison, Harvey Lee, Jr.. 108 2 Morrison, H. Jr., 230, 345 Morrison, William Douglas Morrow, George C., 230, 256 Morrow. William Ralph Mortiner. Melinda, 319 Mosal, Cathy Annette, 202, 349 Mosby, Harold Ray Mosby, Herman William 228 25E Moscarillo, John Gary, 238, 319 , Moses, Ronald David, 349 Mosley. Willie Moss, Brenda Gail, 190 Moss, Catherine Marie. 226, 349 Moss, Hal Chase. 91. 319 Moss, Robert Kellis, 228 Motlow Mary Bertram. 200 Motsinoer. Wayne Harold Mott. Bennett Jared Dalton McBee. 216, 345 Mounner, Elizabeth Avery Monnoer, Sarah Alston ! Whitman Davis, 303 Josephine Moo Lillian 319 Mov Ruby Gay. 335 1 Moyer, Harold Ivan Michael, 319 Mueller, Christian Stephen, 21 335 Mulhern, Catherine H. Mulhern, Michael Charles Mullennix, Marta Eike, 194, 365 Mulligan, Mary Margaret Mullins, Margaret R. Mullins, Marilyn Jo, 335 Muni, Narendra Atmaram Murchison, Margaret L. Murphey, Thomas Hardin, 220, 335 Murphree, Linda Wolfe Murphree, Melanee Lou, 226, 335 Murphree, Neil Metts Murphy, Ann Whitfield, 202, 335 Murphy, George Michael, 234 Murphy, Robert William, 220 Murray, Timothy James, 91 Murrell, James Otis Musgrave, Joseph Robert, 276 Robert W., 234 Mutzi. Alma Maria, 319 Myatt, Samuel Joseph, 365 Myers, Charles Anthony, 232, 335 Joseph Thompson Myers, Owen T., 106 Myers, Riley Dewey, 256, 276 Myers, Robert Leon, 218, 319 William Milton, 206, 319 Mylak, Barbara Jean, 194 Mylak, Frank, 222, 365 Myres, Gerald L. Myrick, Melody Elizabeth, 202, 349 Myrick, Michael Ray N Nabors, James Luther, 84, 319 Neff, Rhoda Ruth, 103, 190, 349 Nagle, Joanne Harriett Nall, Barbara Ann, 240, 365 Nall, Henry Clay, IV, 365 Nance, Evelyn Lacy, 198, 349 Nance, Johnny Hunter, 335 Nance, Robert Sherwood, 82, 86 Nanjappa, Basavangudi N., 303 Nanney, James Phillip Nanney, Jimmy Ray, 79, 80, 303 Nanney, Sylvia Gillentine, 89 Napier, William Edward, 196, 349 Nappier, Elizabeth Anne, 319 N ' mkulrat, Pisuth Nappier, Herbert C. Nash, David Nash, Sally Galbraith, 73, 76, 198, 349 Nasif, Douglas A., 349 Nation, James Patrick Navidi Gholam Reza, 349 Neal, Christopher L., 48, 303 Neal. Colleen Stone, 319 Neal, George Stokes Nehlett, Joseph Morgan, 349 Necaise, Jeanne Kaye, 74, 79 Neel, Allen Wood, 98 Neely, Charles Wyck, 256 Neely, Mary Anne, 319 Neely, Nancy Ellis Neely, Russell Newton, 214 Neely, Willard Ross, II, 108, 220, 319 Neely, William Augustus, Jr., 204, 365 Neese, Virginia Lee, 319 Neill, Charles Lamar, Ill Neill, Eva Lillian, 224, 319 John Chalmers, 216, 349 Neill, Samuel W., 214, 319 Neilson, Martha Bryant, 82 Nelms, Nancy Carole, 166, 202, 365 Nelms, Robert Wade, 319 Nelson, Arthur Martin Nelson, Arthur Noble Nelson, Deborah Ruth, 226, 335 Nelson, Donald Vernon Nelson. Frank Cleveland Nelson, Karl Martin, Jr. Nelson, Kenneth Leonard Nelson. Linda Marie, 190, 349 Nelson, Norman S. Netherton. Lura Jean, 80. 86, 319 Nester. Daniel Martin, 204 Neumann. Carl John, 232, 270 Neville David Lyle, 88, 220, 365 New Goff Newcomb, Hugo, Jr. Newell, Janet Ruth, 198, 335 Newell Susan Morris Newman, Charles Puffer, 335 Newman. Cleo Ann. 335 Newman, Lacy Gibbes, 232 Newman, Geary, 198 Newman, William Haywood, 270 Newsom, Donna Kay Newton, Gary Thomas Newton, George Allen Newton Patrick, 214 Newton, James Thomas, 82. 192 Newton. Joe 86, 335 John Fredrick, 208, 365 Daniel J., Jr. Deborah Adele, 365 Lena Mae Gorham, 319 Jean Simmons, 106 Josenh Robert Martha Jane, 212 Michael 1 von, 365 Bush Nichols 700 349 Nichols, Thomas Beall, 214 Nicholson, Michael Thomas Nicholson, Sheryl, 210, 349 Nickens, Donnell Jerome, 91, 3 Nickens, John Roscoe, Ill Nickles, Carolyn Lantis, 349 Nielsen, Lawrence Arthur, 365 Nimkulrat, Pisuth, 303 Nippert, Ronald Gene, 214, 335 Nissen, Charles Ray Nix, Victor Arthur, III, 222, 335 Noble, Phillip B. Nobles, William Daniel, Ill, 365 Noel, George W., Jr., 349 Noel, J. Julian R. Noel, John Armstead, Jr. Nolan, Clyde L. H. Nolan, Paul Laderl Nolen, Valorie, 365 Noll, Charles Ambrose, 365 Norman, Cora Ellen Norman, Jerry Van, 89, 319 Norman, Nancy Rights, 101, 335 Norman, Robert Henry, 70, 107 Norman, William E. Norris, Paul W. North, Edward Howard, Jr., 228 Northam, Larry Ray, 256 Northern, Robert E. Norton, Paula Deen, 188, 336 Norwood George Joseph Nosser, Pete Joseph, III, 88, 349 Nourse, Rodney Hugh, 234, 336 Nowlin, James Larry, 319 Noyes, Helen Carol, 48, 188, 3 Nuckolls, James Kim Nunnery, John Robert, Jr., 216, 303 Nutt, David Hugh, 106 Nye, Richmond Roderick, 91 0 Oakes, Judith Karen, 79, 80, 224, 336 Oakley, Charlotte Beckett Oates, Carolyn Mulkerin Oates, Jack Cotten O ' Connell, Taffe Cannon, 89, 365 Odom, Ada Linda Odom, Johnny L., 92 O ' Donnell, Karen Jean, 349 O ' Donnell, Kenneth Ogden, Alton Jennings, 365 Oglesby, Francis Glen, 303 Oglesby, Francis Marion, 90, 3 Oglesby, Ida Faye, 106, 303 O ' Grady, Franklin Nicklaus Oilschlager, Kenneth Holt, 21E O ' Keefe, Michael Patrick O ' Keefe, Virginia Mary, 349 Oliphant, Sherry Ellen Oliver, Charles Jerry, 192 Oliver, Ernest G., Jr., 97, 192, Oliver, Joan Conn Oliver, Leslie Claire Oliver, Martha Kay, 303 Orver, R. C. Olmsted, Thomas Russell, 365 Olson, Mardie Sue, 200, 336 O ' Mary, James Sentell O ' Neal, Gwendolyn Connell, 226, 336 O ' Neal, Kenneth Wayne O ' Neil Robert Paul O ' Reilly, Robert King, Jr., 36! Orf, David Michael, 196, 349 Orff, Robert Eugene, Jr. O ' Rourke, Patrick Dale, 214 Orton, Frederick Charles, 70, 7 Osborn, Clifton E. Osborn, William Howard Oser, Debbie Lynn, 210, 349 Oswalt, Larry Eugene Oubre, Don Paul. 365 Overby, Beverly Ruth, 336 Overdvke, William Lloyd, 216 Overstreet, James S., Jr., 67 208, 320 Overton, Charles Earnest, 92, Owen, David Arthur, 74, 77 Owen, James Edward Owen, Joseph Sam, 256 Owen, Nancy Metts, 88 226, Owen, Roxanne Elizabeth, 103, 349 Owen, Stephanie, 349 Owens, Betty Carol, 365 Owens, Charles D. Owens. Steve, 90, 336 Oza, Chandrakant A. Ozment, William F., Jr., 234, Pace, Casey C. Pace, Debra Dell, 210, 365 Pace, Don Mac, 96 Pace, Timothy 196, 31 Page, Kathleen Hussey, 190, 3 Page, Shirley Ann, 89, 320 Palmer, David 0., 72. 320 Palmer, Frances Ann 202 365 Palmer, Henry Welch. 108, 32 Palmer, Joanne Barksdale, 76 Palmer, Linda Mae, 350 Palmer, Pamela Rae, 240, 320 Palmer, Walter Allan Palmertree, Judy Ann, 73, 350 Pang, Lorralyn June, 365 Pani, Mrutyunsaya, 303 Parcher, Carol Sue Parchman, Louis Wiley Parchman, Virginia Harper Parchman, William Austin, 204, Pardue, Beverly Patricia, 82, 321 Pardue, Joyce Ann, 240, 320 Parham, David Howard Parham, Frances Marion Parish, Bonnie Jean, 190, 350 Parish, David C. Parish, Deborah Brown, 320 Parish, George Thomas, 192 Parish, Richard Joseph, 208 Parish, Willie Raymond, Jr., 320 Park, Danny Larry Park, John Oglesby Parker, Charlotte Ann, 303 Parker, Dabney Terrell Parker, David Alan Parker, Jack Shannon, 303 Parker, James William, Jr., 232 Parker, John Robert Parker, Joseph Elton, 88 Parker, Mary Carolyn, 200, 320 Parker, Michael Dennis. 336 Parker, Paul Harmon, 72, 216, 33 Parker, Rufus Eugene, 94, 303 Parker, Shirley Ann, 365 Parker, Thomas James, 303 Parkes, James C., Jr. Parks, Harold Brent Parks, Hazel Lynn, 81, 336 Parks, Hugh Harold, 336 Parks, Josephine Mei Parks, William David Parman, Patricia Anne, 240, 350 Parris, Minta Ann Parrish, James Harvey Parrish, Lillian Cundiff, 75 Parrish, Verne Michael, 204, 365 Parsons, Dorothy C. Parsons, John R. Partridge, Edward Alan, 208, 36 Paslay, John H. Paslay, Suzanne Gregory Ronald Harrison, 232 Pate, Eddie Pate, Steven Edwin, 228, 336 Patel, Dhirubhai K., 303 Patrick, Clements C., Jr.. 97 Patrick, Janet Rose, 188, 336 Patrick, Patricia Ann Patsy, William Paul Patterson, Anne Yarbrough, 365 Patterson, Edmond Burke, 228 Patterson, Eugene M. Patterson, Fred Winfield, 196, 3 Patterson, James R., Jr., 220, 3! Patterson, Jan P., 94 Patterson, Jane, 212 Patterson, Linda Ann, 188, 336 Patterson. Michael K., 48, 320 Patterson, Robert Donald, 236, Patton. Ann Patton. Jerry Lee, 79 80 Patwa, 85. 320 Patricia, 212, 336 Paul, Christine Marie, 188, 365 Paul, Violet Fults, 82 Payne, Bonnie Gayle Payne, Charles Alexander Payne, Edward Alexander, 48, 3 Payne, John Martin. 218, 365 Payne, William David, 350 Peabody, Eugene Poitevin, 320 Peacock, Edward Peebles, 48, 303 Pearce, Woody Dill Pearson, Lonnie Wilson, 80 Peck. Miriam Eloise. 86, 365 Peddle, Frank Shull, Jr. Peden, James A., Jr., 67, 79, 96, 303 Pederson Allen George Peel, John W. Peques, Carlenna Marie Peques, Dorothy Lee, 350 Pela, Mary Ellen. 350 Peller, Stephen D., Ill Pemberton, Garton Allen, 721, 3 Pemberton, James Beck, 206, 3 Tony Boyd Penn. Joseph Pennebaker, Lucy Kenny 336 Pennebaker, Thomas J., 232, 350 Pennebaker, Wilmer P., Jr., 74, 320 Pensvl. Connie Marie, 226, 350 Perkins. Ann Patrick 198, 336 Perkins, Cheryl 86 365 Perkins, James Gordon. 70, 85, 336 Perkins, Peter Benton, Jr., 232, Perkins, William Stephen, 208 Permenter, Fred Cates, Jr., 365 Permenter, Walterine Louis, 212 ' , 396 Perry, Edith Louise, 103, 190, 3 Perry Emmet Robinson. 336 Perry, George Covington, Jr., Perry, Henry Vaulter, II, 365 Perry, John L. Perry, Mary Lena Perry, Mickey Joe, 74, 336 Perry, Robert Euel, 105 Perry, Robert Houston, 216, 320 Perry, Rosalyn Neilson Perry, Vicki Ann, 226, 336 Person, James Stewart, Jr., 303 Person, Michael Sink, 52, 216, 303 Person, Susan Louise, 336 Peters, George Nicholas, 72, 320 Peters, Joseph Paschall Peters, Kenneth Walker Peters, Rosalee Roden Peterson, Charles A., 92, 320 Peterson, Ernest Douglas Peterson, Gustaf G., III, 336 Peterson, Walter R., 77, 196 Pettey, Holmes Sherard, 230, 365 Pettit, Jerry Lynn, 350 Pettit, Otho Earl, 350 Petty, Elbert Pearson Petty, Gordon Bennett, Jr., 234 Peyton, Alva Ruth, 365 Peyton, Frank Lewis Phay, Rebecca Ann, 212 Phillips, Carol June Phillips, Carolyn Celeste, 202 Phillips, Edward Allen Phill ' ps, Jean Fay, 320 Phillips, John Langhorne, 218, 320 Phillips, Judy Kay, 320 Ph ' Ilips, Lisbet Ann Phillips, Logan Burch, Jr., 216, 3 Phillips, Madeline C., 198, 350 Phillips, Mary Eliza, 200, 320 Phillips, Ouida Jean Jobe Phillips, Minna Irene, 224, 350 Phillips, Paull Hazlett Phill ' ps, Philip Julian Phillips, Rayna Rebecca, 202, 33 Piazza, Harry A., Jr., 208 Piazza, Julius A., 228 Piazza, Theresa Ann, 103 Pickle, Edward Leonard, 89, 365 Pieralisi, Terry Don, 228, 320 Pierce, Beverly Jane, 365 Pierce, Happy, 303 Pierce, Harmon Barnett Pierce, Samuel Joe Pietrantonio, William R. Pigford, Carole, 224. 350 Pigford, Jo Ann, 320 Pilqreen, Karen Michele, 226, 351 Pilkinton, David Lavelle, 214, 36! Pillow. Mary Durden, 202, 365 Pinkerton, John Arnold Pinkston, John T. , Pinkston, William C., 70, 72, 2 320 Pippin, Harmon C., Jr., 320 Pishko, David Alexander, 320 Pitcher, Joney Blair Pitcher, Rachel Ann, 212, 320 Pitcock, Jerry Earl Pitner, Robert Michael, 214, 320 Pittman, John David, 365 Pittman, John Ransom, 228 5 Marcus Lafayette Pittman, Maraaert, 76, 224 350 Pittman, Marlin Medford, 85, 32 Pittman, Thomas Franklin, 234, 36 Pittman, William Claude, 108 21 Pitts, Martha Elizabeth, 202, 336 Pamela Jane Plants, Joy Elizabeth, 224, 365 Plants, Kathryn Hassell Plants, Mary Kathryn, 224, 336 Platt, .J. John Stephen Platt, Nancy Merrill, 88 Plunk, Ted Wayne Poe. Joseph Craig Poitevent, Fred Owen. 77, 336 Pokrzywinski, Caroline R. Pokrzywinski, John J. Polatty. James Marion, Jr. Joan Carolyn 1 Polk. Johnathan Scott, 86 89 35 Polk, Marilyn Patricia, 190, 336 Pollard, Jesse 111 Pollock. James G., 214, 365 Ponn, Schwe Fang Poole. James Eugene. 234 256 Poole, E. 82. 270 390 Poole. Rosa Josephine, 73, 89, 150 Mary Lamar, 60 75, 79, 90. 274, 320 Ponernik. Richard Michael Porter, Jim Edward Porter, Mary Longing Porter Rose Mary William D., 214 Porter F.. 304 Weida Bess Posey. Evans. 150 Post, 88 88 1! Poteet Diane. 88, 240, 336 5 G. Josenh Ned Potts. ( " Alen Vogel Po++, Diane Kay ), netts Cochran, 228 Huah S. Potts Ronald Wayne, 336 Potuk. James Nicholas, 96, 108 Poulsen, Jeffery Yeager, 84 Poulsen, John Freed, 320 Pavel!, John Kirkham, 216, 336 Powel, Laurie Jean, 200, 350 Powell, Claude Harry, 204 Powell, Joseph Tucker Powell, Laura Davis Powell, Morris Lavell Powell, Robert Edward Powell, Ronald Edward, 92 Powell, Sanford L. Power, Walter Van, 232, 350 Powers, Daniel Garland, 214, 350 Powers, David Gary Prather, Ann Stennett, 48, 103, 30. Pratt, James Edwin, Jr., 216, 336 Pray, Patricia Gayle, 200, 366 Presley, Jerry Max Presley, Pamela Ann, 188, 336 Presley, Susan Thigpen Press, Paul Hans Martin, 366 Pressley, Cassandra Dale, 366 Preston, Arthur Alexander, 320 Prewett, Charles Michael, 89, 320 Prewett, Kenneth Edwin, 350 Prow Darwin Perry Prewitt, Davidson H., 234, 350 Prewitt, James Ottis, 86 Prewitt, Julian Jones, 236, 350 Price, Carol Ann Price, Charles Henry, Jr., 85 Price, Charlotte Ann, 69, 188, 320 Price, Cynthia Stroup Price, Juanita Price, Judson Durden, Jr., 74 Price, Katherine Elizabeth, 224, 35 Price, Mary Margaret, 88, 188, 35 Price, Michael Don, 86, 320 Price, Nevalyn, 89 Price, Sue Falkner Price, Terry Dixon, 60, 69, 101, 20: 320 Price, Thomas Bennett Price, Thomas Glenn, 92, 304 Priestley, Donald Keith, 350 Primeaux, Lawrence, 336 Primos, Claudia, 198 Pringle, Ralph Wood Pritchard, Deana Lynn, 240. 350 Pritchard, John Earl, Jr., 204, 350 Pritchard, Linda Gail, 336 Pritchard, Oran Eugene Pritchard, Tyrus Andrew, 232 Propes, James Claxton, 320 Prosper, Gary Wayne Prude, Winston Brownlee, 230, 366 Pruden, Floyd Everett, 196 Pruett, Kenneth Douglas Pruitt, Vernon Terrell. Jr.. 234, 361 Pryor, John Moffat, 214, 366 Pryor, Paula Susan, 76, 202, 350 Puckett, George Ishee, 234, 350 Puckett, Hudson McLeod, Jr., 234 Puckett, Kathryn Kelley Pugh, Betty 226, 366 Pugh, Joseph Tunney Pullen, Josephine, 194, 336 Purdon, James Stephen, 351 Purdy, Annelie Hamilton Purkey, Sandra Elizabeth Purvis, Donald Ralph, 232, 336 Purvis, James Watson, 232, 320 Purvis. Patricia Alice, 320 Purvis, Warren Leslie, 366 Purvear, Marguerite Carol, 48, 21 336 Puryear, Neil Ann, 210, 366 Puryear, Susan, 210 Putnam. Sheila Sandra, 366 Pyles, Dixon L., Jr., 236 Ouaka, Paula Marie Quarles, Chester Leland Quarterman, Charles Palmer, 67, 70, 75, 79, 304 Ouarterman. Susan Gayle, 336 Quick, Charles Michael, 208, 361 Quin, Catherine Burdette, 198, 3 Ouinn, Clare Cadenhead, 200, 3 Ouinn, James L., 220, 336 John Williams 230, 351 Ouinn. William Herbert Benjamin A., Jr., 21 366 . Ouintana, Pamela K. Ouon, Daniel, 366 , Ouon, John Paul Quon, Shun Wing, 351 R Rachedi, Hussein, 320 Rackley. Thomas Newell, 220, 321 Rad°, Charles A. Ragland Joe M. Ragland, Neva Vane, 240, 351 Randy, 214. 366 Ragland, Teresa Gail, 190, 366 John W., 228 Raisins, Kenneth Bell, 351 Ralston, Fairfax Bates Ramage. Linda Jones Ramer, Rebecca Inez, 202, 351 Ramey, Patricia, 366 Ramey. Susan Lynn, 190. 366 Ramsey. Elizabeth Anne, 366 Ramsey, James Darryl Ramsey, Larhonda Louise, 351 Ramsey, Laurin Norbert, 336 Ramsey, Nicholas Hanse, 220, 321 Randall, Joseph Bradford, 336 Randall, Lee Wilson, 70, 74, 77, 336 Randle, Carver Andrew Randle, Will:am Curtis Randolph, Donald Taylor Randolph, Kenneth Norris Randolph, Linda Faye Raney, Ronnie Earl Rankin, Marianne, 212, 366 Rankin, Nelda Joye Ransom, Vikki Ruth, 212, 336 Ranson, James Morris Raper, Baynard, George Rapp, Richard Henry, 214 Rasberry, Cynthia Ann, 240, 336 Rasberry, Teresa Lynne, 240, 366 Rasouli, Kamran, 351 Ratchford, Fred Thomas, Jr. Ratcliff, David McLain Rather, David McCleary, 321 Rather, Marie Beverly, 202, 336 Ratliff, Donald W., 336 Ratliff, Linda Murchison Rausch, Lucy Folkes, 188, 366 Ravelo-Inguanzo, Rosa L. Rawlings, John Cary, 192, 336 Rawlings, Maurice Scaggs, 270, 366 Rawls, Barbara Ann, 351 Rawls, Elizabeth Jane, 321 Rawls, Ella Dabney, 210, 366 Rawls, James Frederick, 106 Rawls, Linda Patricia, 198 Rawls, Mary Louise, 85 Rawls, William Fred, Jr., 85 Rawson, Lucinda Elizabeth, 366 Ray, Austin Fentress, Jr., 216 Ray, Clell Herman, 208 Ray, Dennis Neal Ray, Keith W. Rayburn, Boyd Dale Rayburn, John Kent, 222, 336 Rayner, Eddie Joe Rea, Larry Guy, 84, 236, 321 Read, Dennis Todd, 228, 336 Ready, David Carroll Reagan, Patricia Sue, 198, 336 Real, Edward Hall Reardon, James William Reardon, John Stephen, 336 Reardon, Thomas Joseph, 216, 351 Red. Judy Carol, 336 Reddy, Narender Pabbathi, 304 Redmond, Ivory Redmond, Karen Lynn Redmond, Kathy Jean Reecht, Timothy Hart, 196 Reed, A. J., Jr., 204, 321 Reed, Garland Randolph, 234, 256 Reed, James Russell, Jr., 304 Reed, Marion Heloise, 190, 366 Reed. Milburn Ross, Jr. Reed, William Norman, 48, 228 Reel, Anton E., Ill, 230, 321 Reese, Wesley, 230, 321 Reeves, William Lee, 86, 321 Refkofskv, Pamela Ann Regan, Renda Love, 321 Reid, Carlene Shackelford, 336 Reid Kenneth Harlan, 196 William Woodrow, Jr., 70, 74, 77, 78, 236, 336 Reifers, Patsy Darlene 224, 321 Miles Neil, 304 Renovich, William Michael, 228 Reutemann, Stephen Paul Revell, Theodore Brice, 192, 366 Revere Robert Ken, 234 Rhaly, Henry Crawford, Jr., 70, 80 Rhea, Betty Potts Rhea, Charles Samuel, 72, 232 Rhea, James Alex, 96 Rhea, Seaman Barry, 232 Rhen, David Carl Phian, Walter Gay Rhoades, Gilbert Ross Rhoden. Thomas Henry, 304 1 Rhodes, Charles Cottrell, 216, 366 Rhodes. 270 Males, Sheila Patricia, 337 RiaIs, Joe McCarlev. 236, 366 Rice, John Harry, 232 Rich Alton Bruce, 270 Rich, Eugene Carrol, 366 Rich, Leanne Marion, 200 Melvin H.. 208, 337 Richard. Earl Warren John Marston, 196, 351 Richards, Chester Ware, 93 Richards, Elayne, 366 Richards, Nancy Jean. 190 337 Richardson Cynthia Sue. 337 Richardson, Evelyn Taylor Richardson, James Arnold, 97 Richardson, James Dee, Jr., 105, 351 Richardson. Robert Lee. 321 Richburg. Edward Richey, Edward Madison, 366 Rickey Jean, 81, 321 Ricks, Robert George, 70, 85, 206, 351 Janet Maria, 224 Riddell, Mal Shaw. 236, 337 Riddell Robert William, 366 Susan. 366 Ridge, Larry Olin Ridley, James Russell, Jr., 228, Rigby, William Herman, Jr., 71 Riggan, Hal Kenneth, 232 Riggle, Donald Lee, 366 Riggs, Glen A., 337 Riley, Charles Nelson Riley, Jeannine Carlisle Riley, Jerry Dale, 234 Riley, Mack Watson, 337 Riley, Sheila Ann, 304 Riley, William Jefferson, 192 Rimmer, Stephen Wales, Jr. Ringsrud, Rian A., 82, 218 Risher, Sidney E., Jr., 337 Ritchey, Jacob Marvin, 230 Ritchey, Mary Linda, 366 Ritter, James Roy, 304 Ritter, Judy Lovette, 337 Rivers, Joel Louis, 366 Roach, Raymond Bradley, 366 Roach, William L., Jr., 236, 321 Robbins, Cecily, 200, 351 Robbins, John Richard Robbins, Larry David Robbins, Linda Joyce, 337 Robbins, Lynn Jordan Robbins, Michael David, 67, 232 Roberson, Laura Lynn, 190, 351 Roberts, B. David Roberts, Brenda N. Roberts, Edwin Hayes, Jr. Roberts, Ellis Eugene, 351 Roberts, Frankie Delores Roberts, Greta Ann, 226, 366 Roberts, Henrieese, 351 Roberts, James Lamar, Jr. Roberts, Jo Anna, 88, 226, 366 Roberts, John David Roberts, Kenneth Eugene, 70, 351 Roberts, Lanie Thomas, 351 Roberts, Larry Eugene, 196 Roberts, Linda Louise Roberts, Lloyd Eugene Roberts, Lucile B., 88, 200, 351 Roberts, Marilyn Price Roberts, Nicholas B., Jr., 108 Roberts, Richard C., III, 232 Roberts, Robert Lee, Jr., 214, Roberts, Sarah Gay, 366 Roberts, Steven Drake Roberts, Thomas B. Roberts, Wiltz Richard, Jr., 93, Robertson, Charles Ray, Jr., 67 79, 88, 232, 321 Robertson, Edna Kirk, 200, 331 Robertson, George Ervin, 216, 366 Robertson, George H., Jr. Robertson, James Thomas, 196, Robertson, Leon Levell, 337 Robertson, Stokes V., Ill Robertson, Virginia Ruth Robinson, Betty Ann, 212, 366 Robinson, David Wayne Robinson, Edward Louis, 77, 90 Robinson, Franklin Scott, 72 Robinson, Garland, 366 Robinson, Guy Addison, 206, : Robinson, Kenneth L., Jr. Robinson, Larry Marvin Robinson, Milton Fisher, 218, : Robinson, Nan Cary, 224. 337 Robinson, Nancy Jane, 226, 36i Robinson, Sidney A., 108, 230 Robinson, Thomas A., 214 Robison, John Michael, 204, 35 Robison, Katherine D. Robison, Robert Wooten, 228 Robison, William S., 218, 321 Roche, Robert Randall, 337 Rochelle, Alivs Rux, Jr. Rochelle, Sharon James Rodenhauser, Catherine R., 337 Rodgers, Laurie Griffing Rodrigue, Lauren Angela Roe, Larry Alan, 337 Roemer, Charliene Rogers, Barbara Frances Rogers, Charles Louis, 214 Rogers, Charles R. Rogers, David Edward Rogers, Don Odell, III, 196, 36 Rogers, Jacqueline H. Rogers, John Davison, 230, 35 Rogers, Malcolm Carroll Rogers, Malcolm Taylor Rogers, Margaret Ellis 79, 32 Rogers, Melinda Lou, 226, 366 Rogers, M ' chael Eugene Rogers. Michele Dougherty Rogers, Robert Lamar, Jr. Rogers, Shelby Reece, Jr., 232, Rogers, Walter Courts, 351 Rogers, Kendrick. 74 Will ' am Wyatt, 351 Rolison, Jack Romaus, David Anthony Rone. Sharon Ann. 366 Rood, Relish Edward Rooks. Robert Ned Blair, 70. 192, : Rosamond, Bettye Lou, 321 Rose, Donald Freddie, 366 Rose, James Burson, 70 Rose, Jimmie Wilson, 228, 304 Rose, Kenneth H., 321 Ross, Ceola Ross, Elizabeth Lee, 200, 351 Ross, Harold Richard Ross, Jackson Lockwood, Jr., 2i Ross, James Hal Ross, Michael Todd Ross, Roberta Grace Ross, Sarah Marshall, 81, 321 Ross, Walter Eley, Jr., 304 Rosser, Elizabeth A., 190, 366 Rosser, Ray Wilson, 218, 351 Rost, Judith Ann, 200, 321 Rougelot, Sidney Benjamin Rouse, Ronnie Lee, 337 Roush, Donald Howell Rowe, John Littlefield, 304 Rowe, Mary Elizabeth, 321 Rowe, Philip Dean, 220, 366 Rowland, Clayton Richard Rowland, Guy Ford, 72, 236, 337 Rowland, Rebecca Jane, 337 Rowland, Rodger Anderton Rowland, William Whitman Roy, Helen Hoffman Roy, Sandra Jean, 337 Royal, Selvin Wayne Royals, Charles Brookshire, 67, 88, 232 Roybal, Mario Joseph, 220, 366 Royce, Ben Lockett, 82, 192, 321 Rubio, Antonio Francisco Rucker, Ernest W., Jr. Rucker, John Burton, 216, 366 Rueseler, Victoria Leah, 202, 321 Ruiz, Alicia, 322 Runnels, George Donald Rush, Hubert Lowry, III, 208, 3! Rushing, Carole Ann Rushing, Michael Thomas Rushton, Susan Scott, 202, 351 Russ, Elizabeth Anne, 202, 351 Russ, Roderick S., III, 74, 232 Russ, William Burdette, 232, 322 Russell, Ardis Defrance, 322 Russell, Barbara Estes Russell, Bruce Cornell, 234 Russell, Charles Henry, 11, 208, Russell, Charlsie Lucretia, 73, 3! Russell, Dave Alan, 70, 232, 351 Russell, Earnest Franklin, 366 Russell, Frank A. Russell, James Weeks, 216, 366 Russell, Jane, 240, 366 Russell, Joe Wilburn, 214, 367 Russell, John Burton, 70, 234 Russell, John Hackett, 351 Russell, Mary Lou Russell, Nanette May, 101, 224, Russell, Ronald Truett, 214 Russell, Wallace Howard, 322 Russell, William Terrell, 234, 367 Rutherford, Ann Marie Rutherford, Kenneth Alan, 94 Rutherford, Wayne Sims, 88 Rutland, Don Wayne, 220, 367 Rutledge, Kathleen Becker, 200, Rutledge, Norman Anthony, 367 Ryan, Claire, 200, 337 Ryan, Garrett Patrick, 220, 322 S Saad, Joseph K., Jr., 218, 322 Sadler, John Patton, 351 Salley, James Edward Salley, Susan Alice, 210, 337 Salerno, Deborah A. Salerno, Ronald. Charles Sallack, William Alden, 367 Sallis, Joe Zack Salvo, Cheryl Philene, 351 Sample, John Wood, 98, 234, 31 Sampsom, Andrew McMullen, 2 Sampson, Steve Daughtery, 367 Sams, Robert Edward, 216 Samson, Robert Andrews, 82, 337 Sanan, Bal Krishan, 304 Sanchez, Luis David, 85, 304 Sander, Richard Eric Sander s, Cherri Waynette, 351 Sanders, Claude George, 367 Sanders, David L. Sanders, Donald Wayne Sanders, George S. Sanders, Gregory Maxwell Sanders, Inez Potts Sanders, Janie Aileen Sanders, Jimmy Harold Sanders, Kaye Ann, 210, 337 Sanders, Linda Lee Sanders, Melanie L., 322 Sanders, Ora Ruth Sanders, Paul Robin Sanders. Ronald Dale, 92 Sanderson, Rex Franklin, 304 Sanderson, Sheila Marie, 212, 3 Sandifer, Charley L. Sandifer, John Pettey, 70, 216, 3 Sandling, Deborah Joyce Sandusky, James Edgar Sanford, Elise Sansom, Arthur Ross Sapoch, Madeleine Travis, 89 Sapoch, Paul Eugene, Jr. Sargent, John Stuart, 230 Sarma, Phanindra Nath, 304 Sartain, Ronald William, 222, 33i Sartin, Sue Ellen Sasser, James Thomas Saucier, Ben Ladnier, 228 Saucier, Charles M., 206, 351 Saucier, Glen Eugene Saul, Fred Drennan Saul, Martha Jane Daughton Saunders, Hubbard T., IV, 367 Saunders, Robert Bruce Savage, Cynthia Lynn, 202, 337 Saway, Stephen Alexander, 80, 2 Sawyer, John Emery, III Sawyer, Mary L. Scafide, John Andrew Scales, John Sidney, 98, 304 Scales, Roy William Scarborough, Margaret W., 2 351 Scarbrough, Jan M., 232 Scales, Bonnie Sue, 202, 367 Scheffler, Gary Denniss, 236, 322 Scheider, Linda Carol, 367 Schenk, Candace Delaney, 224, 3 Schirmer, Werner Karl, 304 Schlichtman, John Lee, 270 Schloemer, Charles B. Schlosser, John Mason, 208, 337 Schlosser, Michael F., 208, 322 Schlueter, James G. Schmidt, John Andrew Schoenberger, Ripley Pope Schoenfelder, James Edward, 30, Schonlau, Claire W. Schrader, Dieter Jurgen Schroeder, Robert Clark, 98 Schultz, Martha Karen, 200 Schultze, Harold Walter Schwan, Sarah Lucy, 367 Schwartz, John E., III, 92, 304 Schweitzer, Bruce C., 220, 367 Scibilia, Sharon Elaine, 240, 322 Scott, Barbara Scott, Charles M., Jr., 218, 367 Scott, David Andrew Scott, Donald Eugene, 337 Scott, Edward Logan, 351 Scott, Janis Marie Scott, Joseph Arthur Scott, Julia Harmon Scott, Kay Susan, 198, 337 Scott, Linda Susan Scott, Melody. 240, 322 Scott, Nancy Lee, 60, 86, 103, 2 322 Scott, Robert Michael Scott, Susan Salisbury, 198, 351 Scott, William Ewing Scrivener, Charles H. Scrogham, Joseph Poage, 218, 33 ' Scruggs, Charlotte Freeman Scruggs, Glenn Darrell Scruggs, James Anders, 92 Scruggs, Susan Faye, 337 Scurry, Isabelle Alfsen, 200, 322 Seale, James Lawrence, Jr. Seale, Sandra, 202, 322 Searcy, Frederick Taylor, 322 Searight, Candice Evans, 224, 36 ' Searight, William H., 77, 108, I 322 Seat, Dennis Michael, 351 Seawright, Joseph Power Seawright, Rebecca Keirn Seay, Clant M. Jones, Jr. Seay, Ethel Louise, 226, 367 Seay, James Ross Seely, William Seeman, Thomas Avery, 304 Segrest, Linda Hudson, 82, 337 Segrest, Thomas Louis, 304 Seid. Frank, Jr., 304 Selby, Owen Murphy, 337 Se!den, Bard Edrington Self, Thomas Henry Sellers, Charles Franklin, 351 Sellers, Patricia Anne Selman, William Winsyl, 214, 35 Semmes, Ann Catherine. 198 Senften, Theodore M., 85, 322 Senhausen, Maryanna Lewis Senter, Linda Kelso 79, 322 Senter, Thomas Graden, 92, 322 Serafin. Joel David Serio. Charlie Salvo Sessions Aubin Rayner Sefser, Frederick Leo, 276 Sefflemire, Suzan 48. 224, Seftlemires. Richard Aaron, 338 Shackelford, Barbara Moore, 10 Shackelford, Kenneth Wade Shaer, Elias Hanna Shaffer Jimmy Dale Shah. Nutankumar Ratilal, 305 Shalles Lee 80, 85 Shanahan, John Michael, 48, 79, 105 Shands David 216, 305 Shands, Rodney Edward Shannon. Rex, 305 Shannon. Millicent. 190, 32 Shao Bethel, 86, 305 chaniro Robert E. Shaopley, William Louis, 77, 2 338 Sharma, Raghunandan Kumar Sharp, Harry Carter Sharp, Malcolm S., 351 Shaw, Biswanath Shaw, John Strowd, 276, 322 Shaw, Paul Hardy Shaw, Prabhati, 367 Shaw, William Kennedy, 230 Shealy, Sonja Kaye, 212 Shearer, Ronald Ray, 86 Sheely, Ben Ellis, 216, 322 Sheffield, Bettye J. C., 322 Sheffield, Michael Gettis, 89 Sheffield, Nancy Person Sheffield, Richard W. Shelby, Christine Valerie Shelby, Richard Allan Shelby, Susan Hunter, 212, 351 Sheldon, Albert Jerry Shell, John R., Jr., 232 Shelton, Cindy Louise, 226, 338 Shelton, Frances L., 367 Shelton, Jan Shelton, Lee Edward, 196, 351 Shelton, Mary Corinne, 76, 202, 3! Shelton, Penny 5., 202, 367 Shelton, Ronald Watson, 338 Shelton, Sharon Agnes, 224, 322 Shelton, Vernon Scott, 216 Shelton, William Edward Shepard, Dean Avery, 208, 351 Shepard, Jack Austin, Jr., 192, 3! Sherman, Jerome Francis Sherman, Philip Azar, 305 Sherman, Sally Virginia, 202, 367 Sherrard, Marsha Dianne, 224, 367 Shettles, Orien Levan, 305 Shibley, Michael Edward, 92 Shideler, Jana Lee, 73, 76, 224, 3! Shideler, Robyn Kay, 224, 367 Shields, Jessica Lee, 190, 367 Shinall, Jimmy Wilton, 322 Shipley, Susan Marlene, 322 Shipp, Dan Shackelford, 86, 305 Shipp, Donald Gordon, Jr., 21 367 Shirley, Stephen Milam, 72, 21 338 Shivalingappa, K., 305 Shivers, Billie Rae, 79 Shoal, Melinda Kate, 367 Shoal, Stephen Witt, 88, 367 Shoemaker, Forrest Hugh, 256, 3! Shook, Rodney William Shores, Edith Darlene, 338 Shores, Janie L. Shores, Richard J. Short, Anne Blanding, 198, 367 Shorter, Charles Dalton Shows, Hazel Barnes, 80. 86, 305 Shows, John Howard, 67, 79, 86, ' Shrader, Alicia Gene Shreve, David Briggs, 88, 234, 338 Shridharani, Suresh N. Shuff, Marsha Lynn, 200, 338 Shumaker, Michael Earl Shupe, Dennis Wayne Shyu, Shiah-Horng, 305 Sides, Harold R., 196, 322 Siedell, Rodney Allan Sieg, David Wade Sigman, Doris Marie Sigman, Leslie B., 230, 367 Sikes, Winfrey Mayo Simmerman, Bruce Edward, 230 Simmons, Barbara Della Simmons, Charles Patrick Simmons, Clyde Douglas, Jr. Simmons, Curtis Daniel, Jr., 84, 1 Simmons, Frances Ann, 202, 367 Simmons, Linda Joyce, 96 Simmons, Ransom Isaiah Simmons, Roger Clay Simmons, Thaddus A., 351 Simmons, Thomas Lynn, 351 Simmons, Walter Mayes, III, 9 322 Simmons, Wayne Caldwell Simmons William Mark Simon, Beverly I. Sherard Simon, Joseph Charles, 92, 322 Simonich, Sherry Gene Simpson, Elizabeth Grady, 200. 3 Simpson, Glenn Curtis, Jr., 322 Simpson, Jack Randall Simpson, Leilas Terrell, 94, 305 Simpson. Peter Liston, 218 338 Simpson, Robert Lewis, 367 Sims, Barbara Carylon Sims, Corlea Jeanne, 200, 351 Sims, James Robert Sims, Jeffrey David Sims, June Gail, 103, 240, 322 Sims, Lisa. 210 351 Sims, Stanley Elmer, 367 D. J. Daniel Lee, 232, 338 Simon Jodie. 228, 367 Alit Kumar, 305 Martha Curtis Sinquefield Richard C., Jr. Sinos Richard Sisk. Paul 305 Skelton. Deborah Ann. 194, 367 Skelton Gaston, 226, 3 Skoruoski, Vincent D., 338 clack, Beverly 368 Slade, Cynthia Elaine Deborah Carol, 322 Slade, Jane Alliston Slate, Dona Kay Slatkin, David Joseph Slatkin, Judy Ellen Slaughter, Constance lona, 305 Slaughter, James William, 338 Slay, Patty Elizabeth, 338 Sledge, Thomas Nevin, 90, 208 Sligh, Walter Stricklan, Jr. Slocumb, Michael H., 82, 232 Slye, Robert Webster, Jr. Smedley, Charles T. Smith, Alice Faye, 368 Smith, Anna Karine, 198, 351 Smith, Audrey E., 106, 305 Smith, Barbara Anne, 368 Smith, Barbara Ellen, 338 Smith, Bette Marleen, 368 Smith, Beverly Kathleen, 338 Smith, Billy Lee Smith, C. Allen Smith, Caroline Alwine, 226, 330 Smith, Carolyn Marie, 351 Smith, Charles Christopher Smith, Charles Edward Smith, Charles Lynn, 86, 351 Smith, Cynthia Jane, 368 Smith, Cynthia Joy, 200, 368 Smith, David Lee, 93, 270 Smith, Donald Allen, 220, 305 Smith, Donald Ken Smith, Doyle Preston, Jr., 352 Smith, Edwin Rodney, 305 Smith, Elizabeth McChesney Smith, Ford Wooley, 70, 196, 352 Smith, Frank Levon, III, 232 Smtih, Freda Ann Smith, Garry D. Smith, George Lewis, Jr. Smith, Girlender, 322 Smith, Harold Leonard Smith, Henry Bartlett, 368 Smith, James Harold Smith, James Marshall, 368 Smith, James Robert, 72 Smith, James Thomas, Jr., 232 Smith, Jane Ellen, 338 Smith, Janice, 226, 368 Smith, Jeannie Lanell, 338 Smith, Jerry Brown Smith, Jimmy L. Smith, John Daniel, Jr. Smith, John Robert, 88, 216 Smith, Juanita Sue, 89, 368 Smith, Karen Ann, 224, 322 Smith, Larry Alfred, 90, 234, 322 Smith, Larry Dearman, 86, 89, 338 Smith, Larry Edgar, 352 Smith, Larry Todd, 98 Smith, Lawrence Clifford Smith, Lemuel Owen, 232, 322 Smith, Linda Eugenia, 200, 352 Smith, Linda Kathleen, 210, 322 Smith, Lonnie L., Jr. Sm ' th, Martha Frances Smith, Martha Susan, 352 Smith, Marvin Garrard, 206, 368 Mendell Wallace Smith, Meta Wilburn, 202, 352 Smith, Michael Earl, 218 Smith, Michael Rousseau, 220, 368 Smith, Clare, 190 Smith, Paul William Smith, Richard Joel, 234, 256, 338 Smith, Robert Abernathy, 230, 338 Smith, Robert Daniel, 70, 80, 85, 322 Smith, Robert Howell, 97. 338 Smith, Ronald Jeffrey, 322 Smith, Ronald Stephen Smith, Roy Lee, Jr., 368 Smith, Ruby Diane, 188, 368 Smith, Rutha Lee Smith, Sandra Sue, TOO, 352 Smith, Sidney Alexander, 338 Smith, Stanley George Smith, Stanley Leon, 72, 234, 338 Smith, Steven Keith Smith, Susan Pierce Smith. Teresa Carmen Thomas Allen, 214 Smith, Thomas Earl, 82, 106, 305 Smith, Thomas Holton, Jr., 322 Smith, Timothy Smith, Timothy Wayne Smith, Vaun Harold, 236, 322 Smith, Key. 232 Smith. Merdoc, Jr., 86 Smith, Preston, 208 Smith, William R., Jr. Arthur, 85 Smithvaniz, Sam Palmer, 230 Smithvaniz. Larry Smothers. William Doyle. 218, 322 Snare, James Charles, 305 Sneed Gary Neil Sneed Harry Avent. 228, 368 Sneed, K. Inette 352 Sneed. Robert Woodford. 228 Sneed, William Franklin, 67, 88, 338 Sneed William 228 Snellen, Harold G., 305 Snioes, Eric Denby Snow, James 338 Snow, Robert Allen Snowden Leland Burnice Snyder, Gretchen 190, 368 Snyder, James Martin Snyder, Paul Maynard Snyder, Robert Sydney, Jr., 201 368 Soldevila, Val Joseph, 368 Soles, Jack Corbitt Solomon, Jerry Dean Solomons, Everett T. Solomons, William E., 79 Songy, Dean Michael Soni, Om Parkash Sood, Mohinder Kumar Soper, Michael Graham, 218 Sorrell, Bettye Kay South, Lynda Joyce, 101, 322 Sowell, Stephen Lynn Sparks, David Rowe, 305 Sparks, Judith Carol, 210, 352 Sparks, William C., Jr. Spaulding, Robert, 208, 368 Spears, Billy Gene Spears, Ralph Bernard Speed, Annie Hines Speed, Donald Clerod Speed, Jack Franklin, 218, 323 Speed, Katherine Eileen, 305 Speed, Michael David, 108, 208 Spellman, Michael Patrick, 208, 36 Spence, James E. Spence, Joseph Oliver Spencer, Daniel C. Spencer, Jackie Neal, 97, 305 Spencer, Judith Pierce, 323 Spencer, Linda Kay Spencer, Robert F. Spencer, William Collins, 232, 305 Spiers, Maurice Ansen Spigner, Gl endon Ray Spina, Paul Anthony, Jr., 323 Spinks, George Milan, 214, 338 Spinks, James David Spinner, Brenda Holmes, 323 Spivey, L. Morris, 305 Spivey, Nancy Harris Sprabery, Donald Lee, 72 Spruill, Wade Nelson, 323 Spurlock, Richard Alan, 352 Stack, Charles Stephen Stack, Gloria Elaine Stacks, Gary David Stafford, Charles Rolland, 234, 3: Staggers, Billy Buck, 82, 216 Stahl, John David Stahnke, James Edward, Jr. Stallings, Danny Lee Stallworth, John Clement, 48, 7 352 Stanford, Thomas E. Stanley, John C., 77, 232, 323 Stannard, Vicki, 103, 224, 352 Starmann, Mary Katherine Starmann, Robert Koehl Starnes, Nancy Bell Starr, Dennis Staryk, Jonathan Peter, 218, 338 Stasiak, Nancy Virginia, 226, 323 Staten, Gary Lee Staub, Daney Daniel Stauffer, Michael David, 204, 323 Stechmann, Beverly C. Stechmann, Richard Henry Steele, Brenda Spence Steele, Gerald Stephen Steen, George A., 107 Steen, Margaret Frances, 188, 323 Steen, Martha Susan, 352 Stegall, Earl Bevlin Stegall, Melba Elaine Stegall, Steven Ray, 222, 338 Stegall, Susan Fitts, 89, 202, 368 Stein, James Russell, 270 Stein, Nina Llewellun Steinberger, Karl Roy, 368 Steiner, Kenneth Keith Steinriede, Robert Wade, 216, 331 Steman, John Victor, 220, 368 Stengel. Mary Matilda, 194, 368 Matilda Margaret Stephens, James Sidney, 368 Stephens, Vernon Jack, Jr., 214, 3 Sterling. Charles Edward Stern, Gary Otto, 352 Stevens, Jack K., 88, 206, 352 Stevens, John Luke, Jr., 89 Stevens, Susan Bell, 338 Steward Ruby Ondeen Stewart, Bradford M., 208 Stewart, George Brunus, 228, 35; Stewart. Leon Floyd, 323 Stewart, Jane, 86, 210, 3 Stewart, Milton Monroe, 352 Stewart, Nausead L., 94 Stewart, Phyllis Joanne, 194 Stewart, Raymond Lon, 234, 352 Stewart, Thomas Hunter Stiedle. Anita Jean, 210, 352 Stirlen, Guy Jr.. 352 Still, James Claude, 234 323 Still, Malcolm Dennis, 234. 352 Donald Meade, 323 Stodnhill. Simmie Diane Stogner, William Wayne, 96, 331 Stokes, Cynthia Vivian Stokes, James Paskel Stokes, James R., 323 Stokes, Richard David, Jr., 192, Stoltz. Rosemary, 48, 190, 338 Stoltz, Wendel Coleman, 48, 323 Stone, Eugene Carroll, 204 Stone, John H., III, 228, 338 Stone, Martha D. B. Stone, Nathan Richard Stone, Sandra Ellis, 240, 323 Stone, Susan Elizabeth Stonebraker, Rita Eliz, 200, 352 Stovall, Kenneth Lewis, 89 Stovall, Theresa Nell, 89 Stowers, Elton Ronald Stowers, Pamela Oliver Strachn, Michael Edward Stratton, Georgia, 48, 210, 338 Straub, Janet Lee, 338 Straub, Terence Marshall Strawbridge, Barbara Jo Strawbridge, James Bernard, 361 Strawbridge, William C., 232 Street, Frank Smith, 228, 323 Street, Joe Bryan, 323 Streetman, Carroll E., Jr. Streety, Lewis Edward, Jr., 368 Streicher, Charles Wilhelm, 2 323 Streicher, Cheryl Ann, 210, 352 Strickland, Frederick P., Jr., 323 Strickland, Merritt S., 270 Strickland, Michele A. Y. Strickland, Patricia Ann, 101, I 323 Stringer, Martha Ann, 305 Stringfellow, Sharon, 210, 323 Strom, Gordon Bertram, Jr., 72, 192, 338 Strong, James Randall, 368 Strong, Lawrence Dello Strong, Virginia W. Stroud, Arthur Ralph, Jr., 218, 35 Stroud, Charles Robert, Jr., 368 Stuart, Alice Lynn Stuart, Betty Louise Stuart, Floyd Ronald Stuart, Mitchell Direll, 368 Stubblefield, Gerald M. Stubblefield, Nina Clare, 89, 2 368 Stubblefield, William H., 232, 33 Stubbs, Lore Graham Stubbs, Thomas Jackson, 90, 2 323 Stubbs, William Terrell, 338 Stuckey, Waldo Sterling, 305 Studdard, Andrew Studdard, John English, 216, 36 Studdard, Lynn G. Studdard, Vernon Aaron, 256 Studdard, William Earl, Jr., 338 Studivant, Syria Frances Sturdivant, Louis William Suares, Ann Marie, 103, 200, 352 Suber, Martha 202 Sudduth, Andrea Willis, 1 72, I 338 Sudduth, Kenneth Woods Sudduth, Marian Ruth, 352 Sue, Jone Mon Sugg, Elizabeth Watson, 101, I 323 Sung, Samuel C., Jr., 216, 368 Sullins, Simon Edward Sullivan, Annette Irene, 323 Sullivan, Barry Stephen, 218 Sullivan, Brenda Joyce, 352 Cathryn Anne, 103, 226 Sullivan, Charles L., 96 Sullivan, Charles Lester, 352 Sullivan, Dorothy Hope Sullivan, James Forrest, 214 Jane Carolyn. 224, 338 Kenneth Gerald, 236, 3: Sullivan, Mildred H., 323 Sullivan, Thomas James, 238 Sullivan. William J., Jr. Sullivant, Sally Stone, 198, 368 Sulser, Floyd Melvyn. 232 Sulser, Elvyn, 232, 323 Summers, Gloria Lynne. 323 Summers, Kathryn Isabel. 210. 1 1 Sumrall. James Alfred. 228, 338 Sung Samuel Yee, 305 Suraft, Robert M., 352 Suffle, Thomas Henry, Jr. Swain, Mary Pamela Swan, Terence John, 323 Swaney, Scott Conway, 230 Swaney, Walker James, 72, 88, 338 Swayze, Philip Edmond, Jr., 338 Emily Marie Sweat, Thomas Laney Jr., 232, Sweat. Calvin. Jr., 222, Swenson. Wayne Douglas, Jr. Swindell. Deborah Carol. 210, 3 Swink, David Carl. 93, 352 Swinney. John W. Swords Betty Carol. 81, 323 Swords, Deborah Ann, 368 Sykes. Ila Willmetta T Tabelina, Robert William, 208, Tabor, Larry 97 Tabor, William Earl, Ill 3 Tackett, Alice Lynn, 368 Tackett, Joe Lawrence Taft, Janet Lynn Talarico, Demetria Diane Talbert, Elizabeth Joanne, 93, 352 Talbert, Frances Susan, 338 Talbot, William Allen Talbott, Elizabeth N ell, 198, 338 Tam, Vance Tanner, Gaines Chauncey, 228, 33 Tanner, John Raymond Tanner, Laura Verene Tape, Joe Lindsey Tardy, Paula Tamberlain, 190 Tarpley, Neil Adair, 238 Tate, Floyd Martin, 305 Tate, Roger Dees, Jr., 96, 323 Tatum, Becky Elaine, 224, 368 Tatum, Ben Patrick, 230 Tatum, Jonnie Sue, 368 Tatum, Julien Runde!! Tatum, Randall Mitchel, 196, 368 Tatum, Rita Jo, 323 Tatum, William Joseph, 323 Taulbert, Clara Gene, 323 Taylor, Alonzo H., III, 232, 368 Taylor, Annette, 202 Taylor, Austin Leroy Taylor, Bobbye Bobo, 212, 368 Taylor, Debra Yvonne, 368 Taylor, Edmund W., II Taylor, Emily Ann, 224, 368 Taylor, Ernest G., 94 Taylor, F. Wayne Taylor, Glenn Gates, 192, 368 Taylor, Gustav Arthur, 70, 338 Taylor, Harold Gregory, 323 Taylor, James Eugene Taylor, John L., Ill Taylor, John Leo Taylor, Kenneth King, 323 Taylor, Larry Carl Taylor, Linda Catherine, 86, 89 Taylor, Marion Peek Taylor, Melvon Taylor, Patricia Diane, 368 Taylor, Patrick Arnold, 323 Taylor, Rodney Alan, 228 Taylor, Ronald Louis, 305 Taylor, Stanley Leroy, Jr. Taylor, Sylvia Hartwell Taylor, Thomas Edward, 86 Taylor, Travis Henry, Ill Taylor, William E., Jr. William 0. Teague, Alison Stoddart, 188, 338 Teague, Patricia Mellor, 73, 1E 352 Tedder, Gloria Z. Teichert, Carlos, 82 Teller, Barry Joseph Temple, Linda Louise, 240, 352 Temple, Merry Gail, 200, 323 Temple, Robert Leroy, 208, 352 Temple, Van C. Templeton, Janice Lee. 338 Teneyck, Nancy G., 240, 323 Tenhet, Talmadge Lamar Tenney, Eloise L., 198, 323 Tenny, Earl W allace, 192, 368 Terracin, Dlila Huffman Terracin, Steve Wayne Terry, Margie Estelle, 338 Terry, Marilyn Dent, 210, 352 Terry Robert Clark, 323 Terry William Harris Tettleton, Mary Pylant Teunisson. Elizabeth Ann, 202, 32: Teves, Nila Dale Tew, Mark Douglas, 48, 52, 67, 80, 192, 338 Tewell, Charlotte Olivia Thames Thomas M.. 70. 72, 228 Tharp, Cynthia Gail, 224, 368 Theis. Gary Anthony, 196 Thena, Sheryl Suzanne, 240. 352 Theobald, Robert Davis, 218 Therrell, John Simeon. Ill, 218, 3 Therrell. Judy Dane, 368 Jeanne Marie, 103, 368 Thiele. Fritz Siegfried Monroe David, 72, 218, 353 Thomas, Carol Jo. 81. 202, 338 Thomas, Cecilia 88, 323 Thomas, Dennis Michael, 228 Thomas, Eva Laura. 101. 202, 35 Thomas, Evelyn Kay 210, 338 Thomas .lack A., 305 , James L., 256 Thomas, Janet Carol, 188. 338 Thomas, Janice Susan. 226, 338 Thomas, Jill Lynn, 226, 32.4 1 Thomas, Grant, 192 3 Thomas. Katherine Thomas, Kenny R. Thomas, Lee. Jr. Thomas. Michele Burhard. 305 Thomas Nancy Burdette, 96 Thomas. Sandra Diane Thomas, Stephen Lee 78 230 Thomas, Susan Wyatt, 324 Thomas, Thomas Raymond Thomason, Charles David Thomason, David Dallas, 86, 2 3 368 Daniel Joseph, 368 Thompson. David Allen, 324 Thompson, Donald Edgar, 70, 80. 82, 85. 324 Thompson, Edward C., Jr., 92, 32 Thompson, Elden Jan, 368 Thompson, Gary Norris, 97 Thompson, Gregory S. Thompson, James Carlos, 218 Thompson, James David, III Thompson, John David Thompson, Julia M. Thompson, Mary E., 368 Thompson, Michael Hicks, 216 Thompson, Michael Moran Thompson, Mina Ross Thompson, Neal Lewis, 338 Thompson, Susan Donna Thompson, Walter W., 67, 216 Thorburn, Douglas B. Thorn, Maryann C., 305 Thorn, Nancy Baldwin, 210, 353 Thornhill, Talmage B., 70 Thornton, Carroll Hodges, 52 Thornton, John Joseph Thornton, John William, 208 Thornton, Julia Harmon, 52, 76 200, 353 Thornton, Kenneth Jerre ' ' , 339 Thornton, Marie, 212, 339 Thornton, Marsha Lynn, 368 Thornton, Rhoda Gayle, 52, 177 198, 339 Thornton, Tommy Curtis, 324 Thrash, Gary Dale, 220, 353 Thrash, Mary Dent, 324 • Thrash, Terry Keith, 82, 108, 220 324 Threet, Charles Lowell, Jr., 353 Threet, Danny Eloyd, 368 Thurmond, Roy Clark Tickle, Jack Ronald Tidwell, Dwight Clifford, 85, 369 Tidwell, James Arthur, 324 Tidwell, Katherine McCain Tidwell, Trudy, 240, 324 Till, Alan Wayne, 86, 339 Tillman, Janet Elaine, 86 Tillman, Larry Jaubert, 82. 324 Tillman, Linda Carolyn, 324 Timmins, Deborah Ann, 190, 324 Tinnin, Brent Bollinger, 236 Tinnin, Charles A., Jr., 232 Tinsley, Janet, 353 Tinsley, Sammy Jay Tipton, Florence Bright, 198, 369 Tipton, Pamela Joyce, 89, 305 Tipton, Raymond Ed, 369 Tittle, M., III, 339 Todaro, Michael Carl, 324 Todd, Charles Rodney, 85, 339 Todd, Cynthia Anne Todd, Howell Wayne, 80 Todd, William Richard, 324 Tolbert. Elias Lake, 234, 369 Toler, Elizabeth G., 226, 353 Toler, Thomas Golding. 208, 339 Tollison, Edward E., 228, 339 Tollison, Gordon Thomas, 85 Tollison, Grady F., Jr., 94 Tomlinson, Anne Goree, 76, 21: 353 Tomlinson, Robert Lee, 234, 339 Toney, Edith Charlene, 80, 240, 36 Toney, Lillian, 240, 339 Tonos, John Michael, Jr., 369 Tooke, Mary Ardis, 226, 353 Tool, Dennis Caster Tool, Ruth Johnson, 89 Torgerson, Larry Donald, 256 Torrence. Linnie Boyd Torrey, Burke Simmons, 339 Torun, Aydin Nejat Townsend, Glyndon, 324 Townsend, Huey L., 208, 369 Townsend, James Lama r, 82, 19 339 Townsend. Mary Elizabeth, 190, 3! Townsend, William Lynn, 70 Townsend, Phyllis Ann, 210, 369 Tramel, James Edward Tramonte, James Albert, 196, 369 Trapp, Frank W., 67 , Wendell Holmes, Jr., 232 Trauahber. Gary Matt, 339 Trayal, Charles Motti 234, 369 Treace, Mary Jean, 190, 353 Treadaway, Frances V., 74, 226 Treadway, Stanley Michael, 369 Treopendahl, W., 208 Trevor, Earl Richard 222, 369 Tribble, Anita Lou. 73 Tr;rins David Louis. 369 Stephen Dale 339 Stratton 212, 353 Triplett lura Nell, 212, 339 Ester M. Leroy E., III, 107, 238, 324 Trott. Judith D. Trottor, William C.. III, 305 Trout Calvin Trout. Tom 234 Carroll Vincent, 324 Trowell Soila Leara Troy, Dennis James, 214 True. Richard, 228 Trussell Debbie 339 Trussell, Martin Tsai. Kun San Tsang, Albert Cheuk-Kei, 85, 369 Tsena, Herng Huei, 305 Tubb, Thomas Murray, 70, 216, 35 Tubbs, Margaret King, 339 Tubbs, Roger McKay, 80, 105, 324 Tubbs, William Robert, 353 Tucei, Thomas Eugene, 74, 192 Tucker, Ann Brewer, 198, 369 Tucker, Dan Tyree, 218, 353 Tucker, Hilda Kay, 198, 353 Tucker, James Gibson, 204 Tucker, John Asa, Jr., 353 Tucker. Martha Susan, 212, 353 Tucker, Ronald Edward, 305 Tucker, Ronald Wayne, 84 Tucker, Samuel Lee Tucker, Sara Allison, 339 Tucker, To Renay, 188, 324 Tucker, William D., Jr., 216, 369 Tully, Joseph Merit, III, 369 Tumey, Samuel Murry, 324 Turbeville, Michael E., 228, 353 Turnbo, Ralph Johns, Jr. Turner, Angela Juanita, 353 Turner, Bettye Bittel Turner, David Jones, 216, 324 Turner, Harry Leland, Jr., 220, 353 Turner, Herschel Larry, 85, 86, 324 Turner, Ken Harper Turner, Linda Louise Turner, Martha Rhodes, 48, 79 Turner, Mary Lynn, 212, 324 Turner, Mitchell Alexander Turner, Robert Lee Turner, Thomas Arnold, 77, 228, 353 Turner, Thomas Dewey, 230, 339 Turner, Thomas Michael Turner, Tommy Brooks, 90 Turner, William Henry Turner, William Wade, Jr. Turnipseed, Don Amos Turnipseed, Johnnie Pearl Turpin, Laura Lee Tutor, Hubert Lane Tutor, Phillip Lynn, 77, 90, 339 Tutor, Rita Diane Tutor, Thomas Brooks, 232, 369 Twente Edwin, 208, 353 Twiford, David Andrews, 216, 369 Twiford Horace Hunter, 216 Twitty, Bert John Tyler, Daniel Eugene, 234 Tyner, Margaret Cooper Robert Michael, 216, 324 Tyner, Thomas Ward U Ulmer, John Robert Ulmer, Mary Ann Ulmer, Michael Wayne Underwood, Celia F. Wesson, 324 Underwood, John Campbell, 86, 305 Underwood, Wanda Lynn, 48, 224, 353 Unglesby, Lewis Owens, 192 Uram, Laura Ann, 212, 369 Uram, Mark Alan, 82, 108, 214 Urick, Henry George, 324 Utley, Richard Dee, 82 Uzzle, Robert H. V Vail, Carol Sanders Vail, Dan Smith, 234, 369 Vakil, Pragna J., 305 Vakil, Shailesh J., 85, 324 Valentine, Albert Menton, 97, 305 Valentine, Selmer Louis Valle, Miguel Angel Van Deman, James Edward Van Devender, George W. Van, Ostenbridge Ann Lokey Van Slyke, Donna McIntyre Vance, Dean Jefferson, 234 Vance, James Scott, 192 Valerie, 339 Van Devender, Sallie S., 198, 369 Vandevender, William J., 228, 256 Vandivort, Jane Putnam, 353 Vann, Thomas Allen, 369 Vanostenbridge, Ronald, 91, 238 Vanslyke, Leonard D., Jr. Vanwinkle, Braden Leon, 214 Varadaraien, V. V., 305 Varner, John Mack Vaughan, James Gordon, 208 Vaughan, Ronald Joseph, 93, 369 Stephen R., 305 Vaughn, Danny Ross, 339 Vaughn, Ginger Kay Vaughn, Teresa Mai, 198, 324 Vaughn, Thomas Wayne Vaught, Charmian Elizabeth, 200, 339 Veazey, Burney Soloman, Jr. Veazey, Jerry Gold, Jr., 230, 369 Veazey, Katherine Pack Vegod, Thomas Franklin, 324 Vercher, John Buford. 91, 324 Verheeck, Kenneth Steven Verheeck, Sharon Diane Verner, Robert Alan, Jr., 222, 339 Vest, Mark Perry Vick, John Timothy Vickers, James Donald, 216, 369 Marta E. Vincent, Cynthia Gay, 174, 212, 324 Vincent, Karen, 226, 369 Vincent, Nancy Candace, 212, 369 Vines, Peggy Walker Vinson, Tommy Lynn, 67, 70, 72, 80, 234, 339 Visger, David Ross Voge, Dennis Wayne, 305 Vogt, Eugene Waldemar, 232, 339 Voorhies, Emery Norton, 204, 32 Vora, Pramathes h S., 85, 324 Voss, Hilton Noel, 196, 324 Voyadjakis, Homer, 91 Voyles, Carl Randle, 234, 353 W Wade, Bobby Joe, 236, 369 Wade, Dennis Wade, John Alexander, 236, 369 Wade, John Tracy, 234 Wade, Mary Sue Wade, Michael Douglas, 230 Wade, Patricia Ann, 210, 369 Wade, V. Ann Wadlington, Mary Jane, 198, 32 Waggoner, Charles Ray, 196 Waggoner, William Gene, 92 Wagle, Abdulrehman I. Wagner, Stephen Eugene, 236, 2 Waits, William B., Jr., 96 Walden, Donald Edward, 92 Walden, Gilda J. Allen, 324 Walden, Gwyneva Elizabeth W den, 339 Walden, Mary Beth Walden, Wilbert Flarvous, 124 Waldrip, Linda Gail, 89 Waldrop, Donni Edward, 90, 234 Waldrop, Patricia Lou, 369 Waldrop, Rodney Wayne, 216 Waldrop, Shirley P., 324 Walke, Virginia C., 88, 224, 369 Walker, Charles H., 306 Walker, Chris Robbins Walker, Cynthia Helen, 198, 369 Walker, David Parker, 48, 88, 21. Walker, David Thomas Walker, Dudley Edward Walker, Gary Wayne Walker, Gertrude Barrus, 190, 33 Walker, James Rayburn, Jr., 35; Walker, Mildred Katherine, 369 Walker, Patsy Garrison Walker, Richard Boyce, 216, 353 Walker, Richard Thurman Walker, Robert Homer, 230 Walker, Robert Major, 306 Walker, Roger David, 238, 306 Walker, Terri Lynn, 324 Walker, Wanda Jo, 353 Walker, William Archie, 216, 35 Wall, Robert Meredith, 92, 306 Wallace, David Kitts Wallace, Harry Raymond, 222 Wallace, Janit, 324 Wallace, Joan Allen, 369 Wallace, John Richard Wallace, Johnnie Allen Wallace, Lew, Jr. Wallace, Michael Edwin Waller, Alma Joyce, 86, 194, 35: Waller, James Edgar Waller, Mary Caralinn Walley, Ben Houston, Jr. Walley, Judith Elaine Wallis, James H., Jr., 256, 276 Walls, Johnnie Earl Walls, Terry Douglas Walsh, Charles G., 228, 353 Walsh, Gail Frances, 200 Walsh, Sandra Lee, 369 Walsh, Willie Henry Walters, Don Alan Walters, Larry Claiborne, 339 Walters, Maryo Walters, Nancy Kaye, 369 Walters, Samuel Lloyd, 67, 72, 206, 339 Walton, Arthur Donald, 67, 70, 78 234, 339 Walton, Paul Clifford, 234, 369 Walton, Sunnie, 369 Walzak, James Ben , 339 Wamble. Larry Charles, 306 Wang, Jinx Yang, 306 Ward. Carol Jean, 188, 369 Ward, Charles Lipsey, 270 Ward, Charlie F., Jr., 67, 79 Ward, Clell Gordon Ward, Dorothy Anne, 80, 324 Ward, Gloria E., 324 Ward, Janet Katharine, 353 Ward Hailey, 204 Ward, Rufus Alexander, 204, 351 Ward. Ted Jesse, 339 Ware, Charles Chesteen 82, 339 Ware, Sarah Elizabeth, 224, 339 Warner, Leonard William Warnick, Donald Wilson, 324 Warren, Catherine S., 340 Warren, James William Warren, Lee Elmo Warren, Marcus Bernarr Warrick, Gregory Walter, 90 Washington, Alan Dale Washington, Gary R., 218, 369 Washington, Linda Kay, 324 Wasson, Carl Walter, 222, 340 Watkins, Martha Jewel, 81, 86, Watkins, Mary Kay, 210, 325 Watkins, Peggy June Watkins, Sarah F., 212, 369 Watkins, Troy B., Jr., 306 Watkins, William McDonald, 353 Watson, Edna Sue Watson, Marianne McLean, 340 Watts, Bryan Lindsey, 214, 369 Watts, Carol Champion Watts, Elizabeth Salmons, 240, Watts, Linda Gail, 340 Watts, Robert Johnson, 92, 306 Weakley, Thomas Ewell, 214, 36 Weatherly, Don Alan Weatherly, Olivia Ellen, 89 Weatherwax, Steven Leslie, 97, Weaver, Keith Wayne, 48, 70, 3 Weaver, Norma Lea, 107, 198, 3 Webb, Brenda Nell Webb, Deborah Ann, 103, 224, Webb, Deborah Lynn, 202, 370 Webb, Dora Sue, 325 Webb, Dorothy Scruggs Webb, Hunter Cecil, III Webb, Judy, 86, 325 Webb, Luther Wade, 230, 256 Webb, Marilyn Susan Webb, Robert Clyde, Jr., 216 Webb, Thompson Berry, 108 Weber, Charles Lamar, 238 Weber, Janice Marie Webster, Hoyt Wayne, 340 Webster, Joseph C. Wedgeworth, Lora K. Arnold Wedgeworth, Ronnie Michael, 340 Weeden, Kereth Narshal Weeden, Larry Darnell, 370 Weeks, Bettye Katherine, 325 Weeks, Robert Mark Weems, Cecil Ray, Jr. Weems, James Sol, Jr., 232 Weems, Thomas Shriver Weese, Norris Lee Wegener, Edward John, 370 Wegmann, Joseph F. Wehling, Martin Frederic Weiss, Richard Milton Weissinger, Ray Eugene, 214, 3 Welborn, Jesse Kent, 325 Welch, Alvin George Welch, Herbert Wallace, 370 Welch, Kenneth Collins, 92 Welch, Patricia A. Welch, Thomas Patrick, 48, 238, Wellborn, James McClanahan Wells, Dewey Lee Wells, Erskine Watkins, Jr., 60, 77, 78, 206, 325 Wells, Jefferson William Wells, John Timothy, 82 Wells, Richard Lee Wells, Rush Spencer Wells, Sadie Lee Clark Welsh, Keith Wade, 276, 325 Welshimer, Ken Melvin Wermeling, Jeffrey Thomas West, Billy Don, 306 West, Carol C., 106 West, David Roy West, James Fletcher West, Patricia Diane, 101, 340 West, Shirley Anne, 340 West, Styron Gray Westbrook, William Verdo, 370 Westphal, Gregory Alan Wharton, A. C. Wheeler, James Austin, 238, 353 Wheeler, Stephen Harry, 238, 3 Whetstine, Donald E. White, Alma Christy White, David Lees White, David Reynolds, 230, 340 White, Edwin Borden, 214 Eleanor Gay White, Ja ckie Lamar, 306 White, James Edward White, James Henry, Jr., 222, 3 White, Janet Mary, 198, 340 White, Jerry Clay John Carl, 84 White, John Dan White. Johnnie Kaye, 340 White, Joseph Quitman, Jr.. 3 White, Joseph Ralph, 206, 370 White, Kara Brown, 325 Katherine Lynn, 226, 325 White, Marvin L., Jr., 96 White, Mary Temple, 106 White, Monetta White, Nancy Lee, 240, 325 White, Patricia, 76, 172, 198, 3 White, Richard D., 236 White, Robert Aaron, 48, 70, 216, 256, 340 White, Robert Blake, 70, 228, 3 White, Robert Thomas White, William Paul, 228 Whitehead, Richard Keith, 216, Whitehead, William C., III, 230 Whitewall, Robert Quentin, 208 Whitfield, Marilyn R., 200, 370 Whitnel, Sally, 198, 370 Whitt, James Wayne Whitten, Donna Jean, 89, 188 Whitten, Mary Maxine, 107, 340 Whitten, Nancy Jean Whitten, Thomas Edward, 325 Whittington, Homer A., 90, 108 Whittington, James Duvall, 214 Whittington, Lucien S., 340 Whittle, Claude Echols, 214 Whittle, Mary Clark, 325 Whitwell, Martha Veazey Wiater, Donald Anthony, 238, 32 Wicker, David Lynn, 70, 88, 353 Wicker, Frank Carter, 325 Wicker, Roger Frederick, 48, 370 Wideman, Yandell Humphrey, 214, 370 Widen, Robert Max, 192 Widner, Deborah Jean, 188, 353 Wiener, Tobin Blake Wiggers, Richard Gray, Jr., 340 Wilbanks, Judith Elaine, 340 Wilbanks, Nelda Jean, 370 Wilborn, James Gayle, 325 Wilborn, Noel! Lee, 202 ' , 340 Wilburn, James Cothran, 306 Wilburn, Joey Lee, 340 Wilcox, Gerald John Wiley, Jimmy Lee Wiley, Julie Annette, 224, 370 Wilkey, Freddy Vernon, Jr., 85, Wilkey, Virgil Nathan Wilkie, Martha Grace, 325 Wilkins, Edmund Leroy, 72 Wilkins, J. Philip, 325 Wilkins, James Arthur Wilkins, Janalee Holley, 353 Wilkins, Lindy Diana, 210, 340 Wilkins, Patsy Lain, 210, 370 Wilkins, Priscilla Ann, 188. 353 Wilkins, Shawn Michael, 340 Wilkins, Virginia Grace, 188, 37 Wilkinson, Carolyn, 200 Wilkinson, Horace E., III, 228 Wilkinson, Jack R., III, 192 Wilkinson, Judith L. Wilkinson, Kenneth C., 208, 340 Wilkinson, Robert Morris, 228, 37 Wilkinson, William E., 74 Williams, Allen Corbitt, Jr. Williams, Amzie Thomas, 234, 30 Williams, Anne Elizabeth, 325 Williams, Arthur Lee Williams, Arthur Pearce, 192, 35 Williams, Barbara E., 226, 353 Williams, Barbara Eliz, 81, 306 Williams, Bennett F., Jr., 214, 32 Williams, Billy Eugene, 325 Williams, Bobby Drue Williams, Carol Elizabeth Williams, Carole Broussard Williams, Carolyn Larnita Williams, Charles Edward, 276 Clemmie Lee Williams, Cynthia Jane, 202, 34 Williams, Daniel Timothy, 192 Williams, Danny Robert, 238. 37 Williams, David Charles, 218, 35 Williams, Deborah Dale, 370 Williams, Diana Lynn, 194, 370 Williams, Dorothy Shirley, 190, Williams, Douglas Ray, 208, 340 Eddie Clark, 370 Williams, Edward Earl Williams, Elizabeth Ann, 353 Elizabeth Fuson Williams, Elmer Eugene, 326 Fletcher J.. Jr. Franklin Nolle Williams, Gregory Lynn, 214 Williams, James Rayford, Jr., 34 Williams, Jennifer Lind 96, 306 Williams, John Davis, 306 John Gayle Williams, Judy Lynn, 198 Williams, Katherine Hudson Williams. Kathryn Fugate, 79, 202, 353 Williams, Kenneth Harris, 306 Williams, Larry Franklin Williams, Larry Lamar Williams, Larry Michael, 326 Williams, Laura Jane, 340 Williams, Louise Anne, 81, 202, ' Williams, Margaret Ann, 194, 37 Williams, Murray L., Jr., 228 Williams, Olivia, 172, 202 Williams, Olivia M. Peggy Williams, Patricia, 210, 370 Williams, Patricia Ann, 190, 370 Williams, Peter 340 Williams, Quintilla S. Williams, Richard Clifton, 326 Williams, Robert R., Jr., 88, II 236, 326 Williams, Ronald Wayne Williams, Sandra Smith Williams, Thomas Gary, 48, 340 Williams, William P., 208, 370 Williamson, Brenda Hill, 212 Williamson, Dudley C., Jr., 340 Williamson, Jacqueline P., 326 Williamson, James Kenneth, 326 Williamson, Reba Faye Williamson, Richard Allen, 340 Willis, Burnice Neal, 91 Willis, Janice G., 370 Williston, Edward Bruce, 82, 192 Williston, Elsie Wells Wiltshire, Mary Jane Willson, David Estus, 370 Willson, Sam F., III, 192, 370 Wilmans, Mary Matilda, 370 Wilmesherr, Edward Allen, 232 Wilroy, Mary Margaret Wilson, Arlette Carol, 103, 370 Wilson, Cassandra Jane, 224, 32! Wilson, Constance Bruton Wilson, Deborah K. Wilson, George Tully Wilson, Harry Maury Wilson, Jack D. Wilson, James Arntson, 216 Wilson, James Wilfred, 234, 370 Wilson, Joe Morgan, 86 Wilson, John Harrison, Jr., 340 Wilson, John L. Wilson, John Maxwell Wilson, Joseph Vandorn, 340 Wilson, Keith Allen, 70, 77, 79, 3 Wilson, Leroy Carson, 256 Wilson, Nancy Jane B. Wilson, Sammy Charles, 220, 34( Wanda C. Wimberly, Deborah Kay, 86, II 353 Wimbish, Malcolm Russell, 220, 3 Windham, Collins Franklin Windham, Glen D ean, 340 Windham, Helen Sue, 240, 340 Windham, Linda Love, 340 Winfield, James Eros Wing, Eugene John, 326 Wing, Patricia Ann, 353 Wingo, Terry Lea, 73, 202, 353 Wingo, Vicci Lee Winn, Eustace Harold, 208 Winningham, Michael Roy, 370 Winstead, Bobby Ray, 256 Winter, Carol Dean, 340 Winter, James Kenneth Winters, B. Gerald, 234, 370 Winters, Carolyn Blewett, 73, 103, 202. 353 Winther, Richard Lew, 256 Winthrop, John Robert, 238. 326 Winton, Marian Kay, 81, 306 Wise, Mark, 326 Wise, Paul Terry Witt, Charles Wellborn, 232, 326 Witt, Karen Laurene, 188, 353 Witt, Martha Victoria, 48. 200, 3 Wittorf, Richard Carl, 196 Witty, Fred Marshall, 216, 340 Wiyaul, Frank Hollis Wohlgemuth, John Thomas, 21 353 Wolf, Charles Godfrey Wolfe, Deborah Clare, 76, 210, 3 Wolfe, Deborah Elizabeth, 73, 370 Wolfe, Pamela Ann, 353 Wolfe, Randolph Pierce, 216, 370 Wolfe, Sidney Faye, 370 Womack, Nancy Elaine, 190, 340 Wong, Andrew Chiwang, 70, 340 Wong, Bertha Jay, 340 Wong, Betsy Ann, 370 Wong, Brunswick Royalton Wong, Catharyn Jean Wong, Elaine Ko Wong, Margaret Patricia Jack, 81, 340 Woo, Eddie Taw Woo, Edward Woo, James Sue Don Woo, Jimmy Taw Wood, Barbara Jean Wood, David Clinton, 218 Wood. Fran Clair, 326 Wood Henry David, 340 Wood, Julia Barboro. 353 Wood, Robert Christopher, 2i 353 Wood, Ruth Dillard, 353 Wood. William Charles Woodall, James Edward, 222, 326 Woodall, Janis Farris Woodall. William. 70. 74 Woodard. Richard David, 370 Woodbury. Marilyn 212. 370 Woodbury Nancy Elaine, 212, 340 Woodell, Richard Nolan Woodham, Cathy Ann. 370 Woodliff, Dan Morse, 52, 70, 21 354 Woodliff, George F., 58, 67, 70, 75, 77, 78, 79, 196, 326 Woodruff, James Neil Woods, Elaine Hall, 326 Woods, James Arthur, 90, 230 Woods, Larry Arnold, 306 Woods, Lynn Edwards Woods, Madeline Almond Woods, Roy Patton, 326 Woods, Thomas Jefferson C., 72, 326 Woodward, Hanson Mark Woodward, Marsha Nan Woody, Nancy Woody, Roy Houston, III Woolcott, Rebecca Elizabeth, 198, 370 Woolfolk, Martha Ann Woolfold, William Theodore, 306 Woolley, John Clifton, 218, 354 Woolly, Janis Sue, 79, 96, 306 Wooten, Thomas Franklin, Jr., 192, 354 Word, Margaret Lee, 212, 354 Worley, Charlotte Coker Worley, Jefferson M., 228, 354 Worsham, Anthony Gail, 354 Worthen, Janis Lynn, 73, 76, 88, 200, 354 Worthington, Victoria L., 240, 326 Wright, Albert Edwin, Ill Wright, Carolyn Graves, 103 Wright, Charles Clifton, 214, 370 Wright, Charles Willis, 230, 340 Wright, Cheryl Josephine, 226, 340 Wright, Douglass Martin, 306 Wright, Eddy Howard, 91, 326 Wright, Elbert Wright, Emma Lavenna T. Wright, John Ricken Wright, Josephine Howard Wright, Letitia Parham, 48, 89, 340 Wright, Pamela Jo, 224, 326 Wright, Patrice Irene, 370 Wright, Patricia Kay, 326 Wright, Robert Franklin, 306 Wright, Robert Price, 52, 216 Wroten, Lynn Burns Wuethrich, Chris Allen, 214, 370 Wunsch. Matthew J., 105, 326 Wyatt, Derek Arthur, 228 Wylie, Alva Lewis Y Yancey, Rolland Lavant, 89 Yancy, Peggy Jo, 370 Yang, Chin-Hsing, 306 Yang, Jong Horng Yarbrough, Joseph Scott, 89 Yarbrough, Linda Gail, 190, 370 Yarbrough, Martin B. Yarnell, William Richard Yates, Jerrel Keith Yates, Lina, 198, 370 Yates, Margaret Gaines, 198, 326 Yates, Thomas Daniel, 93 Yates, William Hilliard, Jr., 216, 370 Yau, Eddie Tintai, 306 Yawn, Emmett Rodney Yawn, Margaret Lois Yeates, Janice, 340 Yee, Becky. 340 Yochim, Aloyisus R., 370 Yoder, Jeffery Cordell, 340 Allan Reid Young, Annice H. Young, Doris Etta Young, Dorothy E., 340 Young, Edward Philip Young, Elizabeth Ann, 73, 200, 354 Young, Harper Mathis, 208, 340 Young, Janie, 240, 370 Young, John William, 256 Young, Leslie Glen, 202, 370 Young, Linda Lee Young, Marcia Janet, 210 Young, Nancy Lynn, 210, 370 Young, Philip Mitchell. 234 Young, Robert James, 306 Young. Robert P., 70. 230, 354 Youngblood, Robert C. Youngblood, William J. Youree. Linda Margaret, 93 Yung, Kai Ning, 370 Z Zachary, Francis T., Jr., 228, 370 Zahler, Jeff Alan, 98 Zand Yazdani Fathali, 354 Zehnder, Louis S., Jr. Zehnder, May Jean Lipe Zeidman, Arthur Martin, 108, 238, 306 Zeringer, Hallye Elizabeth, 354 Pat Anthony, 326 Zielinski, Alfred Michael, 82 Zink, David Charles Zink, Esther Laurel Zinn, Larry Keith, 230, 370 Zizmann, Hans Gunter Zuccaro, Anthony Edward, Jr., 370 DU mernorllarn The 1970 Ole Miss is dedicated to the students and faculty members who lost their lives during the 1969-1970 school year. 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