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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Louisiun Trident '71 lY' tneloi1T Louisiana State University at New Orleans Volume X Karla GI ore, Edit athy LeJeune, Associate Editor Q W 5 km 7 fr .f- xiii .-. , "AE, Q' -5" 'Aixftlg - 3- .XSL , 4 fHs.gf,412'2-.ayfxi . :S j . .R-...A-55.-4-Q., jx x '1' ' , 5 X90 ng',-. . 1 , N , 1 Tiki Q A 1 :'- -f fs"-xx-'Q' nz gl 33' 1,fL::,l:..ff-t... ik QW.: f',lX,:.'fA'?g' 1-4" " 'fx .' ' QA 1 i -xl ' ri fi. f N' ,P - Ny ..m -' 'F .... U f -M P- L N 4, 7 S- ha- -Wmxg. N' 4 . A , . . .N , f "K " 3 V 4:-HE ' . .7 Aniiisfif' .f ,,..,,' ., .f x w X . Y. y, N- ww. . ,I AK. I AF' ! 4, . ,f Y 1 I A. - "f1,4g,"ff f 0.1 A-' X ' we f "' .ar 4- , ,gr V' fb HN' A ""- ' .,. -71' I-.vt ""'iv "fx 'NYPL' X. -, wif 'J,,..- dk ,..- st, Alok Q J, X -- .M K - - yo' Q 0 riff.. k ,I h Q 'MM,w mwxa X is 4- V, ' M , ,....-1 .f f' . . w,,,M,uxy V -'K"',.f 'W S. Q , , . A 3 Contents Administrotion cmd Foculty 18 Student Life .......... 44 Sports . .... . . 146 Crgonizotions . . . . 194 Academics . . . . 264 Index . . . . 382 UNO - reflecting ,,,.. Louisiana State University in New Orleans a variety of people ideas . . . educational goals .. . activ- ities . .. political views . .. personali- ties a new sign on Elysian Fields . . . the competitive spirit of basketball the honest, searching expression of a child's eyes a quiet pause during a hectic day each indi- vidual's presence on campus. .A . t 'U . ' " -257. :-' IQ? . f r, I u.,. G Y Pmiqw A ,F 'kt F! Y vw x mvzfe,-'-14-Q5-.e--,-7,,,e-. ,L LQ,.,,,.,.,,,,,4 A 3 - ' " ' nw'-a.'.fg.4,.,. ' X rt-.4 5. . N2 ' , ' . " . . N uhm- 1- . :,' ' ' 'Wftf-f ,' Q A K ' ' " '7 "W 'l'7""""ff"7""W""f1'vrwrar'f:e7" - - V. . . . - 'L 1al'45:'- f ' .lg 1 ,,, " ' W' '- E'f'.g7"'2-: fi-, " " uf M ,M ., .- 1 1 if-Jig .-ff - -.k X .:'-'FH2 ?rg:,a,gQ5'5:2?'..g , J 4 If i if' I , Vlhv , 71 ,rg-ff! 5' iqgf, fer ' ' r 4 , J. 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BE f Hal FEES' HERE Q, M 40" L.. 1, 4,17 .R A ,Q v'4'N li ' ywq' ', ff f vw Yr ci variety of idecis Homecoming 1970 a time ot enthusiasm tor some apathy tor many Debbie Carlock reigns as Queen over the festivities colorful displays ... a bonfire ... a dance ... climaxed by Sunday's football game . .. UNO spirit . .. maybe . . . then basketball arrives . . . UNO victories draw throngs of cheering spectators yet as always many are unaware . .. not caring . .. it is merely another week . . . another day. J Q' 9 pl 51.2 " '- ' . ,-fy, - g r ' " l' 4. r, ., "M f ' ,- 1 -5 , Jr-:'1AKg1'.l'f I . ' T? 73' r - l '21 . ,K - 'N 1 - , 5 ,gums ' . ,Ale 'VET' .,, V.,-. ..,. 4.0 "- -..t':f:!L'P. 3 A'1,.:'. . N14-A ft , 3 . It 1-fr: ...I ,N Q "".- -'F ' ' -.i x-.,'q-if 1 ,, W' , . , , . . A r ,1 - i .- ,A V v- .', J.,-f-... g . J, , 3, i ...x -'T V? .. A h ye., PA 'K '-'ff ' S.. f QQWF . . A -L':Y1'x ,qv- i Wi i Z M. ' . M V ,. . pg, I-za 1 LIT ,E-Vin" . gli.:-,-'33 , A . V. -if 3, . 5 . ,. , , , '--'-,.T1f'. . 1 ' ' .' ' 4--4"v5?47'f Mzpg .U ,,,'. .' 1 ... .fp-1 Nw 1 an people Students young and old conservative and liberal . . . hippies and Greeks crowd the University Center bringing to UNO a kaleidoscope ot philosophies . . . ideals . . . people. ' x-4 N x .V x ..f,Wfg, X S 'X Q I zgiilgfiiiwf X .K jx X 1 tzgigvx- T' kg x - . ,ig-A A sw R 5 Q .i . 1959: 5. 4 'Q li X , as .3 5. X, V.- . N sw w i 5'- p k Sao s A ESS, -lf - a Kxjgkge j. ' 3 ' N72 mi. Q 1' ,'4,:fi12ff, 3: Qffyfi . rw ff Q iwfg H 'wmv X ff -as . V s- 1 fl ip 5' X X s Q ,,.g,-x ii x n,::k,.,Nk,,,,,k 1 , ,.,,, .,.., ...,.,. Y, .v,,.-- - . Q' ar N, 5 I I I 3 I , "urns-A at , E V . . L - S t . ' 5 3- 1 ,navy U . , 1' C ' 0 7 I U 4 , . NE i .4 1 , Q , ,,,, 4, 3 'QQ 'A ' 4, C 0 " Q ia. 'Q ' ff, ' R. wfff:-2 , -V . Wg, 4-3- ,l w .4 fl I ms -. .,.. V- ......,. ,,-. . .1m..f...,..,.., ..,. . 4. .V , . ,..,.,-.,, . :K -,,.,,. ..... 1 ,,., . .,.,,.., . ,., ,, , ff 4 - w 3 0 X x s . 5. 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"' ---' H+- gf 1.5-3, ' i 1'-,-'F X Faculty ytluaoii cmd bno Administration noitmtainimbA Yr V, . 35 l f ,L "X S Ktfmirg . is 0 . I 1 '!" 1 f i 1 ,,!N,ffff,,.i,,- E' 5 1 E 5 3 2 r l s 1 2 E 1 v F 1 V L v 1 r w B 5 f 5 1 i s i ! i 2 E 5 J 3 I i f 5 I i 4 i I . 1 Y ' 1 ef f A familiar face in all phases of the University community is that of Dr. Homer L. Hitt, Chancellor of Louisiana State University in New Orleans. Whether it be cheering the Privateers at basketball games, speaking at numerous ban- quets, or officiating at commencement exercises, the friendly smile of Chancellor Hitt is a welcomed sight to all LSUNO students. His sincere personality gives students as well as faculty members a feeling of confidence and belonging at LSUNO. Appointed Dean in i957 then Chancellor in 1963, Dr. Hitt has witnessed the college's growth from the very begin- ning. Under his leadership LSUNO has developed into a thriving metropolitan university with an enrollment of 11,459 students. AKP4v,'.eS.55'Ws.f, '6SvS?gXS?X4yA- Ni. 'ts Q s X we x Q5-, 5- sax :sax bb, 31255 J' f, if-'-if ! fa fi f - 34 if ,. a 1- . f X61 ., 3 . -. .., . f ,I f 4, ff 4- , , Q 7 G ' ' , ji sf 1 f 54, fag- f jf , .L , K gf L ,, ".. Z4 2 2, ,ff f, 3, K Wu. f 7-1 f, - fi, V .14 ' ' A , T-fa Q47 G nw, ,of azz if f fiffw ,, 4,6300 , ',,,,..4ve4"' 301' ' A ,,., M . A-.vw-4 ,sq ,M It? 2 SMU ff A5 s an Hel' +4 .. SN :id AY ' '. v 4' ,ff sw, px ..e 2 S wwf I 4 f Qu 'G' . X , ..,x A -, 7 . sw' X WALTER B. LOWREY A Assistant To the- Chancellor i s 1 1 Y 3 5, 4 Q ? Z, 2 Z 7 LAMAR S. COOPER Vice-Chancellor for Business Affairs 5 , X 'fx Cv f .s, f A ', A W. RICHARD BU RLESON Registrar MRS. MARTHA D. WICKETT Dean of Women EDGAR E. BURKS Vice-Chancellor for Business Affairs DR. W. FRANK MASINGILL Dean of Men W-Ml QQ' . RALPH L. TODD COACH RONALD L. GREENE Coordinator of Student Aid and Placement Coordinator of Intercollegiate Athletics DR.r GERALD J. EBERLE Director of the Library JAMES B. COREY Director of Information Services GER,-XRD J. BURG EVERETT c. BEASLEY Director of Data Processing Manager of Food Service THOMAS W. ISRAEL RONALD M. FOURNIER Purchasing Agent Auditor 5' S f .1 . STANLEY J. CHELCHOWSKI Director of High School Relations 'VW , ,, ' xr ,, I .if s, it 1 , ., ,a , W, 'W 'L ., 1 4' F Nan Q, I ,M --LM ' . 1 . 4 HIM - 1' w g.. it 711 - f a ny "Q ,.,,,7 ' .uw ,,. .aw !,, ,ffff-425 L Xwcifffg ff if',,'jfimXX J LOUIS J BERNDT JR Director of the University Center AMW ,sf JOHN R. HARISON CARL H. DEGEL Coordinator of Aumni Affairs Director of Auxiliary Enterprises as Xxk X SQL , ff!! 'H ' fa, f MW X ff 2 fjwff if Z ,ff RAYMOND L. BECK Director of Campus Security JOSEPH V. -PULIZZANO Internal Auditor Fciculty DR. GARY C. ALLEN Assistant Professor of Earth Science MRS. ALICE J. BEARD Instructor of English sau I 71 NYU' DR, DAVID M. BERGERON Associate Professor of English Mies. JEAN A. ADAMS, Director of Counseling Center DR. RICHARD G. ARELLANO DR-, BARRY J- BARON' Associate Professor of Finance Assmani Pfofessof Of Manage' ment A ill ' -A,i l it A 'ix' X .Rt V yr DR. EDWARD L. BEESON Professor of Physics DR. MANUEL P. BERRI Associate Professor of Mathematics H 5 ,K ",. . I .Z . w""',,....A.s,, M I E f 1 A ' I W, ,ff , W 1 1, I , ,, Jr gy , f A M l El Q WNW I 3 . , W f ' X Xb. ...W .f .G 4 ,M ' if .ff ' ' li ,C ,L - .1 X E It t 4 3 4 f 4 I I, . 2 , - -4-Z me ,J . gf' "nf-Q. , if ' " . . f 1 1 ff:-1'f':1', - 'ht' 'hir -:f 5: f f 1- ' .1-zgzwti - ff ' H " ' 23.1.2-Gt t 2 1- - A21 ,641 Z1.'s.Tt gg., - , ff tr'-1? '51?:1is32f??"' 'f:1!w:ff:'.-2'-122410 rf , ,- . - -, ,. . -, . .M ,. ,,'.,f,,. -,Q . vp. - ,pp Q.,- jwazf-Si. I I ug:j:ig:Z:f'i'g.325!:1g.:vQ-:n.3,::E1Qf:! 'UNI N2 ffxf ',. .ga '94 , o," A 42:0 U." ?.gg,y5g,.1,, Z" ,1.,:f23 ,.g!'2'!f.:',' A wi.-vi'-'Z' ,, , , i, , 1, . Q 4 ' 4. JJ: 4 1--safe ,.""x ,gg-,-g7.,i:g-.f-A - fr-.1:5:3:g,yfvffg2:3'f ' .gr-:Sri '.::-me 91:7 122:-:+:-:-Seteteief 4 : I at-:lit-' MRS. BETTY J. BELL Instructor of English DR. JESSE O. BETTERTON Associate Professor of Physics - -- ,,WWiV Y -- ---. AY MR. DAVID H. ALLEN Instructor of Sociology ,,.....-elf' DR. CLELMER K. BARTELL Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences DR. CLYDE J. BERGERON Professor of PhySiCS MRS. CAROL D. BILLINGS Senior Librarian fffrsa' i af.. I if if l lf. . lf t, titties BI lllles till ' I I Y, y 'I N I li llwllllli Iasfiale Prolt Rtoisii ,einem pn I-, . ' llthce I 'lf it I ill. l ill llll ifluile M583 CoHARUiQif5i5H0P , Pisiisfahfo Pgcifesgor' of English 1 5- X21 W X DSE ,Q oz u S . 1 2 YT L 1' - R N- i X T' A D in , LY. X X ix t-X3-.S-:RQ X . N' ' 5 X313 Ss. ,'uu.W'N.- 1' A 'X ,R U NNN X r:.k"X xx f' ,, my , A' I ,wg 'gl MR. CHARLES C. fBI.ANCQ Species! Lecturer in Music MARVIN H. Assjiganf Pl'Of8SQOfi of German 9 .V R G X, S , or off, gf K nn I TM.: f ,, . X is '. Ji ' ,X R K ,X ,fo ff f DR. GERALD P. BODET Associate Professor of History s K 5Q3f3?i. R Xl ? S Z ,. w X 5 Q 5 Q D ' ' E ' Q. 1 5 or , I N N E K ww. f ' K-XNQ4 X KQLEQEESX ' "XX f i' xx f 4 f X X Q 5 hw D Said MR. LLOYD BRANDT, JR. Assisiar1t Professor !,of ffccouht- mg . I - 'ff' ,f ,, , r , ,, , X ,, ,.,,,, , , r ,, rrr: X V ' , RR R r X ' R AMR. HoWAno,,sRowNs 'M-RYo1oooAa,,,BUF1Auoof Social ,?W orkerf! jg, Q ZA55if5730'f 'B'ofe559"4fcf,MU5ico Q., D ,M A f , ,, ,,,,,, .. ,M , , WM ,JU ,,f, ,f f X ,C X, . ,,, ,,4,, , o 7 yn ij R fffff V 7 , ,ww f, Z Q ,f , . X, f ,Q , W ff f wwf 7A5?1i5j3nt Professotyfof Englneef' , ing ruScienCes,a, V 1 f, , ff ,if Rio pf .lfffh 1 , ' x xv 4 5 ND? w wr., XX QNXX XV X V x NX x wa Q 2 x Ny! XXWXXNQ xsX x x ,vw Aw 'N fir-A, 2 x 1 1 1351 P-Sym., JE! Q 7 7 -. X Ls ui 14 6: RX QTZ EQQ1 A QF: as iid, if--xxx? :-l- ,Sax 51-ii. w wf 5. 3,6 JF: . ggi, QR 1.i,.,s":Q9.: w, ,q ,o s , I R , wi, Q fi if A 9 :I HQQ -' 1'-HS X W f X Qfgxy , fig , R X ,QNBNQMQF gow. X rk vpvzxfwaf .--- -,NW ' 'L , 'Rs DQR, 'A N .5 1 . 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DE LA I-IOUSSAYE Systems Supervisor of Computer Research fl tl MRS. CONNIE W. DOUGLAS Instructor of English 4,11 --w, fl-I ,If-' 'ii '. I V c I f . .... S R S- S S .. Olll DR. BRILLE R. COTSORADIS DR. WILLIAM w. CRAIG g'Q.ff0l,nd Visiting Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Earth ffl, Chemistry SCLGUCGS 'M' .ii'l' Zlllllr l ll., i 'ti I Mas. GAYLYN R. DANNER MR. PAUL P, nANos Instructor of Education Instructor of Accounting I' i MISS OUIDA DE METZ DR. ROBERT B. DENHARDI- lylllll Instructor of Drama Assistant Professor of Political Science 'E Mtn A t new ,. I ,.ytsi 5 Z V,-x...L A sffx . t"' Q A . N n K 1 I te .,,,ji?XA V V XF . !h A . DR, LYLE A. DOWNING MR. ELMER M. DUCORBIER El'vl0E Assistant Professor of Political lnstructor of Mathematics militant Science lima 1""L DR. S. THOMAS ELDER Professor and Chairman of Psy- chology DR. RICHARD J. ELLIOTT Associate Professor of Educa- tion MR. LEWIS C. EPSTEIN Instructor of Physics DR. WERNER J, Heron II Professor and Chairrrianfoffwoiit-f' I ical Science f 2 f ,Ir' If If S? DR. Joe R. FOOTE! I Professor and Chairman of Mathematics DR, ICARROLLIID. FARRAR Associate Professor of Educaf- tion I IIIIXX DR.If1-4, rrrr HUCHVFLQYD' I I fAssis1a,nr Professor of Socioiogy I' 9 I IIfI II ff II . II I i f f 'Y r .' f':"r I ' I H , v + 1 5' K. fr-7. . in 'V Y f A ,Wg ,. I X" ' Q fm was I 'ssl' . ' i 'v ' X 'If' 'sfvi R. "fs is I' -'glossy s I X ,I 55, 1 "s 1- ' at -' f N -II ' I I . I , I I I,,,,,, !'w E fig! If ,JH , fir sa gg z .' Y1 f' " IIII ,fx F 'In VF ' QI H 'Ziff ' X sl, V I rs .I -A 17.5-,X if F 'riff 'I 1 .X It .MI ' sl I ,-' 5,15 - If fps 755' I II I .II I I DR. BEN L. FORBES Professor of Accounting MR, HENRY ELLOIE, JR. MRS. MARINA E. ESPINA Instructor of Education Senior Librarian , DR. GARY W. GRIFFIN Professor of Chemistry ,. F' DR. JAY E. HAKES Assistant Professor of Political Science - ' t.f.fv4+gea. , . r - e ., on . QM! Q' ,,., 4 .5 K A I V 1 fill, X, LV.' , Q ll X 'lf 'iffy "'n1r'f'3 fx ' 7 A R2 Q L f.' -S 1 . ff? . , f-. ..i"' ' ' . 5 3, f iff :QQ QQ? x . 4 .M ::.:LfiX,.f':svK. 5 3' f ' 2217122212 -f 'ffwllis if ' .. t 1E13Er:Si1E1E2 "ti H' . f ic., oi,.t. t:s2s2s2z2222ais2zS2i2: DR. O. FRANK GRIFFITH Assistant Professor of Physics DR. OGDEN H. HALL Professor and Chairman of Man- agement and Marketing I' -tw5fV37E??7e hii "ii assss 'tt ' RQT on o..,. .c L. if if l , ' K? . S . 2 'IW Ri t A ' LXSL 1 sncf ff All ug LLL 7 I I L MRS. MARY H. GALLAGHER MR. CHARLES GHOLZ Counselor for the College of ASSFSTHFU librarian Science Aimhw.- DR. LOUIS H. GILLES, JR. y Associate Professor of Account- Instructor of Management ing MR. HAROLD J. GORMAN MR. .JOSEPH V. GUILLOTTE Special Lecturer in Anthropology MRQACHARLES D. HADLEY Instructor of Political SCIQHCG 11. ' .r ox- f - ..,. , . N .H . v L ,, ..,- ft , V tI .. "?4 MISS ALMA L. HAMMETT Instructor of Management Marketing DR. DONALD K. HANK5 and nhv Assistant Professor of Phlloso' ww 1 K If I l l 1, A A .in 1" ,il llllll ll' my Pyaltil I i.. lv l 1 t M J Z? Eiillllli Wil lecture! 1 I f i LA I . E .5- jfj lllli llwfl Q N, l xl' s. l 1 se' -. f E E , L T' 5 N ilk H ls X. 's l Fr will .. llgm F W MRS. KAREN H. HARRIS Assistant Professor of Library Science D. HILL MR. WARREN F.whLOlKiDRE A A Instructor fof Education 'Ml sf...-..,-y 7 DR. ROBERT fc. Hov L Assistant, Professor of Physics ,Mm .f . A i 'xxx - N s Y xs. v N N MR. EARL D. HART Assistant Science K 1, -,., ' WR ' .' ss Professor of Libra ry if f 1. ,NH , ,M V, .1-an ' 1 fo., ng. ., EEA - N-1' Q..-we-f T "f A .org-af .M-H, . A, , ,.,..,,,,,, ., . . Rfk is i Tl 5 at s ' '-rcrfllli, .. z ' ::2'2wc:g.sz.s-r- . z 725 H Hs. . .'.fmf....,...Al.U . . "f'JJmqifT..-- . 1 its-,Qicsgggp . . it f f , ' R .1 . ' ' t 'qi 2 2i.:'.'fM-' " sm """uv' V 1 . li l rn P49 , - f ,, , 's .1 . 2 .w VA I .:5W.r,33qt,., DR. '91 ..:":M'w:K21 . f'vml5Z'.X Www 1, ti 5 , gs " ,A 4 fs 9 ff, 2 N 41 X7 , f Y ' E Ig.-,K f x f . R fx f. W f L R 'rf Y s Q N V! W! .L , . if 4 A R 1 V. . 4 V . .,. . -. -jfxvg. - yi M . 3, W, 1, ,f V ,. as w N.,-fl' gs' A its ,W Jngu' 1,i',,. , xg' ,W - ui X gals, 1 jg '72, 1 ,2!iv'X91 1 ' wi uni "1'2zi3x' R .J isis .u,,,,.4 5.31, Q y Ag-3.8 as r ffffs .. mit' t ww? W inffgngtdknv tw If fr "aft" -ft Mm 'El14s'l1hq 112: X E Q' g XL ffm' .n g 0 n rccinssth ug N ,ss ,R m:::.'-max... E :iii it TOUSSAINT l P miTi9a53F:2ff S. HOCEVAR Professor of Economics 'ina X f ff ' Wm.'.k'2iW DR. DONALD F. Hoon Instructor of Drama fiusfa, , Wx.,s, l . .. ,I- 5 xsfa . W 6 ttf , nw. 'Vi I R.: . , I Q 5 , , A 5 R R R 7 353-'sioll is Z.. ills .17 Q .Qs -14 .s.. DR. NABIL HASSAN Assistant Professor of Account- ing MR. DALE HOFFPAUIR Instructor of Health and Physical R MR.iGORDON A. Hoscu Assistant Professor of Account- ing ff sr... ' .R ...rf 3 72 W , 9 5 5 I' .WM .,, , -in - .wvx 5 L Z R f . 11: 5. Fly,-1 si .P--..,-f ffvff 9 . . !::f,'fff..Qfif:.- X .. .,4,.t.: .L ss.. lzi-5 ,WZEQF-H.:--1. ., RCU!! fm' f. A lsrxfeir-.fr 1-R. . . ,,1.s-.-.,,..,.... . - 'ffm 9 of, I' ,f gg... V l 4,17 DR. MAXMILLIAN J. HERZBERGER Consulting Professor of DR. KENNETH W. HOLDITCH Assistant Professor of English MR. RONALD R. HosEY y Instructors of Mathematics AA. DR. Huoms Husmss DR. ROBERT H. HUBER MR. EDMUND w. E. HUGHES Assistant Professor of Education lf'IS1fUCi0f of Managemenf and Associate Pfofessof of Education Marketing I 1 ,. , .,. :i ' . MR. LOYD J. HUVAL ffm., A 25224 w 'ry 1, ,, MR. GLENN M. HYMEL Instructor of Health and Physical Counselor for Junior DlV'5'0n Education DR. FRANCES B. :VKER Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences MR. WILLIAM F. JONES Special Lecturer of Philosophy DR. ROY M. 'JENEVEIN Assistant Professor of Compute Sciences ...I KABEL Assistant Professor of Jour. nalism f Instructor of German X. DR. GEORGE E. IOUP Assistant Professor of Physics DR. MANUEL L. IBANEZ Associate Professor of Biology l I l l ' l 1 l ' ' , 5 f ' ,AWWA ' ' I L' Tx . ' I :QA 6 sf '7- ' :Hv,i?53ig? 5. so 5. 1 sig' 'gm .ss , A M -7,-Q 5 4.21-1 Lr,i',g I ' "--- s - , of-I-if 51,1 ' Q as N - gif-LfZ5Q,gf-Bc-cgi? . , . V s X ... ,. L J. mv. , f. fa 1' of . ! AF .ca-1.x-.5-it ' .s,I .Q 4-f . 1, fl My .gi psi 'I , - w fsgoci gs If S ,, . I ., ..,,.,,xsi.sf,'2" ' 5' , . r N ,yoigr ': -. -Nfliffasf-fffs-cc: :pf-ms J s M'.f'ff1'E?RaEs , , , , ss..-XI xl f ..O.:,-skxli, I .... wif-.Q - ,. or ami Iss,-m.,w.f,..s..!s MISS GAIL T, JONES MR. J. HOWARD JONES l MR. WILIJAML P. KAuoEn, SJR. Mizs. KATHLEEN 1. KEEN Instructor of Economics and 'USVUCTO' of French Finance H X DR. RALPH D. KERN, JR Ass' t ' is am Professor of Chemist . B. KIMBLE MRS ALMA KULSHRESIHI-I ry Counselor for Junior Divi - MRS. CORNELIA Y. DR. PREM K- th- Associate Professof of Ma mon KCNIDITSIOTIS Speech ancl Hearing Consultant emafics Assistant Professor of Fine Arts l, a-I 1 l l l i , , nf, r',' rv Hn ,,- Hifi' .V :U ' ' pull l 5 it J .1 i ff 3 i 5 N , -1.5 LE l New r'1':leIw'Ig i r -' 5. A . . I :il IM l g l 2 Il L , il .r I Ii.. AM i t . li I r li 1. f war . ..---N. N A ,f ,f::XQv4g,,,l ' " -- f' yffhgsgs,-sr: , ' ! wgwwgfvggei o M M ' iii? . - X NW 'F' , QQ X 1 rv-vw ' - V TX 4 ,. .55 il 53- X? X .sk 4- . -,M4z4.:x,.v.. Q Q! . . '- X -5fs?"'YEE'i S Q.F17f' ' " f K, gi - M - r DR. CHARLES W. LANGDON Associate Professor of Manage ment and Marketing in ,f Q MR. CHARLES v. LCVTRO, JR Instructor of Mathematics ' A fU1?'1f, ' ' fl X- f DR. HEBERT s. MADAUS Professor and Chairman of Of fice Administration is MR. JAMES M. MANN Instructor of Mathematics K.. A ' is 'fi-2135123357 -it . , . X, I.sgf,',:tx 1 '.,' ..,,:ts1nZ.uL. MR. WILLIAM MCCARTHY Instructor of English I 'I rr DR. ANTHONY V. MARGAVIO Assistant Professor of Sociology MRS. ELIZABETH B. MCCORMACK Social Worker and Instructor of Special Education ,n ,Ji It DR, CHARLES E. MARTIN R. 7 I X. I at 'X It . UR. JAMES G. MAY -Atxll: ,.,t'i.l'.,1- ijiiiil 7' Professor and Chairman of Assistant Professor of Psychology at Education I- 44, I lt.. MR. ROBERT D. McCOY MRS. SUE McINERNEY PMEGHEE Assistant Director of the Coun- Instructor of English A185135 seling Center ,ii l M I I p li DR.. JAMES J. MELTON MR. RAEBURN MILLER ' Assistant Professor of Special Associate Professor of En9l'5h ,fllf Education -filcif lt . in 441 I 2: 2 it I 0 5 1 .I It 1 K MR. TERRY H. MILLER DR. R. JUDSON MITCHELL' I Instructor of Accounting Assistant Professor of Politlra .Q-A15 Science - DR. CAROLYN R. MORiLLO Assistant Professor and Chair- man of Philosophy Assistant DR. RICHARD OLSON Assistant Professor of Psychology MRS. CLAIRE L. PAOLINI Instructor off Spanish in-"s""' DR. GORDON H. MUELLER MR. PETER 3- MUNZNER Assistant Professor of History SGHIOI' l-lbfaflim DR. CHARLES Associate nology DR. ETHLYN G. ORSO Assistant Professor of Anthro- nology R. OSTANSKI Professor of Special r s- -- 's" . A In i g? Xin if 'fwfr W D V' X . asf ff MR. DAVID S. PARKER MISS ROSALIE J. PARRINO Counselor for Junior Division Counselor for Junior Division DR. JOSEPH E. MURPHY Assistant Professor of Physics MR. BRIAN R. O'CALLAGI'iAN Instructor of Mathematics MR. KENNETH E. OWEN Senior Librarian DR. DANIEL PEARL Associate Professor of Account- ing sz- , ., fi I 'GP 45 :. Q ll- : Of" I A 5 .4 ' Ari ' IiE.N'7::IQil' - v'-ffl . , T", 1: qs-'ffl X I I 32-?' 1?1r:g.' MR. DONALD A. PEKAREK Educational Psychologist and Instr. of Special Education DR. J. JOHN PERRET Assist. Prof. of French and Coordinator of Foreign Lan' guages .. . , ' X P We 5 H ' Q t I 5 K 33+ ig' 'S 5 y X. . I fi I 'Ii I as U 0 V ,III -r ., if fs:-'f ,iii-IPR .- rr? -cai I A ' I MRS. NICOLLETTE PREVOST MR, RICHARD S, PRIDE Instructor of Biological Sciences Ingtrugtor of History MR. WILLIAM E. RAY Instructor of English MRS. BETTIE G. REDLER Special Lecturer in English I' 1 I I . -ki 'tj II ff. . -I, I DR. GEORGE F. REINECKE DR. JOHN A. REINECKE Professor of English Professor of Management and Marketing f DR. ORMONDE PLATER Instructor of English N... MR. CONSTANT J. PROBST Instructor of Biological Sciences MR. LINDSAY J. REED Instructor of Mathematics fu " J, MR. ROMAINE REIVERE Instructor of Mathematics , MR. NICHOLAS 1. Pouzzi I II A .wb 1, 'E' 1 - I r I I I I x Instructor of Anthoropology and Geography .1 iv, 3 I-Li -. DR. KALPATHY G. RAMANATHAN Professor of Physics DR. CHARLES S. REES , I I ifli I , I..--Vi' ' 4 .I f if II 59 I I X1 J .3 'I J ll I' INC 'JR A .. +1 ,it .avg 52 . .Fav .::'. I. SIII wi: I I -.III I l I I I I all I I 5: .It III li 1 I. .II I I A . Assistant Professor of Math- "'flI,gi! ematics "II:E.3i.V : ' 'I is Q1 J A A I EI ' x ,, I I i Q . -rg'-J V 1 . I , I f il I :QI 'F If 1' , li F Ili 'gl 5 ' DR. EDWARD F. RENWICK ' Lecturer in Political Science ffi' 4-ef' Ns, ,.... MR. ALAN J. RESNIK MR, E, LAMAR R055 DR. ELSIE S. ROUSH DR. EDWIN P. RUSSO instructor of Management and Instructor of Anthropology and Assistant Professor of Health Assistant Professor of Engineer- Marketing Geography and Physical Education ing Sciences A m ,cc.c, Mies. coLs5N c. SALLEY ' -ore. JEROME. J. sALoMoNE' MR. czvnsfs. sAnfRFIeLn MR. GORDONWA. SAUSSY Assistant Professor of Library Associate Professor and Chair' Instructor of Accounting Associate Director of Business Scienc man of Sociology -Q ' R and Economic Research e I . , F IWW? f if ,.sf:1:g'Wr ,, 1' , Riff . " -'f SN ' U Q. ' 2. rj . , ,ss 2,1 ! . -- kr srre I c ff I- , V .. f f f J ' .X serc. . I 1,10 W, I .L . V- A s ,ffm f f , f X W f 64 f 'X I .,.. , . , 37, -f g:a::.,,r-,mf -wk -st . X I , fl, fs IM f . . Q, sb I 4. fry, 4- s ef J f""L. e-Ns X J 1 f f . - -7. Q, 1 KAW' Y' X wx Q R f Z QV ff 4 , fy 4f,1 fr- .4 , f -an ffl! L. Q .V .Q r 4 M-f f f Kms?-..:.q . , n , f I ff.f,,r-5.-az-f .fi ,413 1 4 f , W K '24 1, I ,f I 2 ffffyf we -yyrfgwf. .MH 67 ff- .. 45 I ,Q M .1 .mff5,!,,,r. ,mf - . 4 ., 1, , no yqgyg-21231, ,jg , .qygcfy , f , L ol., 4-Q - .fr y 1 ,. V! , 111,124 sf fc , 1 X! ., 12. ,ff 0 W4 gn , f DR. RAYMOND L. SCHMIDT DR. THOMAS W. SCHNATZ MR! WILLIAM J. SEGRETO Q MRS. GRACE MQ SHADDIX Assistant Professor gf Chemistry Assistant Professor of Engineer- Instructor of French Instructor of Education f ing Sciences If c A . kiwi' I i f , 1 I K ,Q is .V A I .fs ' . ,... W., I , - 'xref 1 , ss .... .,,,-, Q MR. JAMES H. SHADE MR. JAMES E. SHAF?ER MR. ELBERT S. SHAMBURGER DR. W. HARLAN SHAW Counselor in Junigf Division Instructor of English and Speech Associate Professor of Engineer- Associate Professor of Drama ing Sciences and Speech 'x 9 ,-A-A ff' DR. .I. RICHARD SHENKEL MRS. ANNE W. siiuBERT Assistant Professor of Anthro- Instructor of EHQIISIW pology and Geography DR- HARRY A. SHUBERT DR. THOMAS H. SIDDALL III Associate 'Professor of Engineer- Professor of Chemistry ing Science -- 's---f iff, K MR. .IIMMIE SINGLETON DR. BERTRAM C. SIPPOLA Instructor of Health and Phys- Assistant Professor of Psy- ical Education chology I I I I I I I I MR. .IUI.IAN SMITH DR. RICHARD K. SMITH Assistant Professor of Account- Associate Professor of Psycho ing ogy MRS. FRANCES W. SKIFFINGTON DR. DOROTHY P. SMITH ,. F Library Assistant Assistant Professor of MBTI1' ' . I GITIBTICS ' fe 3 It 'Q' iff fy Is DR. Jesse o. SNOWDEN MR. JOSEPH H. sovEN f' Assistant Professor of Earth Instructor of French Science ' . ss. 1. I -2 i 1 ,IG I ..sVVVf'7l2?Ef . l ,f f . .JV . 3 . . , ' f ff x 14: W1 ' is 13,33 ,,', sq? Q ' I ,VVV V 7.w,,fwZ,' ' V :Vi 4-'cram ' fff f , LW x ' -f x f , f , f Ln' '-4 DR. JIM W. TILLER Associate Professor of Anthro- pology a nd Geography DR. LOUIS M. TREFONAS Professor and Chairman of Chemistry .Ft s-...4........ , l.,.A..-.., 1 .1 f ' ,X .4 s - C EZ ii LN V f yu V . is 5 K 'MR. WADE T. VERGES Assistant Professor of City Plan- ning ,, , ,- i I A, DR. FRED J. YOGEL Associate Professor of Eduqanc, 'f , r t V4 V- , 1 - - 34, ' '.r " WL. , V ' V fi 4, kVM,i?: V , :i wr A I vi fr , A ' '..4v,tm'l lf y X X '. V, :v-Kyle . ,Z ,V ,X ff -rs, ,X ...IL , We 'N ' of . , EW . ,.y,. ,I KJ Ahh A DR. JOSEPH G. TREGLE, JR. Professor of History MRS. JEAN W. VINING tion l .t .4 'fait DR. WILLIAM c. WARD n Assistant Professor of Earth Sciences Instructor of Office Administra- - s7,V E ,Kyfy V I DR. JACK W. TIMBERLAKE MR. JOHN P. TISON MR. RUSSELL L, TRAUTH Assistant Professor of Chemistry Instructor of French Radi d T o an .V. Engineer MRS, BRENDA S. TRIVETTE Counselor for Junior Division MRS. CHARLENE VAN SANTEN Instructor of Biological Sciences X ffl DR. JOHN B. VINTURELLA MR. JOSEPH J. VIZZINI Director of the Computer Instructor of Accounting Research Center ,f H.. 1524 ,45""f-.. , f - f"-vffnsfgrf V r -asus-mai yy' X ,J 7 .v ' 1 if . 5V f . ,rg V,- , JVM ,, E Jr ,, I 's d Q '+P V 'S DR CRESA , JJ 31.3 ww VV F '?i fit A P S WATSON 5? in if 71 ,isi ' , I li 7- fi V V ' 1 1 A lib, 'Q ' I I ii 1 ESP? 1 ' V ' Y Q 2" ' y 9, ,i , 4 My A33 ,ffj7,,Q 5 ,. g ,.-.1f"'? ' 1 :1"?fwi2-' A 1' ' ' llif XV i ts A ' 7 fi' x r . f Q 1 X K' 41 1 5- 1-' -'QS is '. Q X X' - wg, " . ?V A Sw... f Professor and Ch ' gush airman of En- '3 1' av ' J X 1 at f , of 3,5-1 -, A 'X I so: :L 1, it t . if in . ' , ' J , . . 2.i V:i'6, " 1 ni? xl Egil 'V fy , "Era iw?" M W A 1 X , ' .1 . I Alf K 1 ,1 ,ft 1'-2, , ff 4 3 Q uri , J W f , ! ,1.k, it 17 1' I i 4 . 1 , '.f W .' . fm M 5 I gi ggr grs ,l sz i Hi fir in' f 13 X lil . K 1, ,r f X ZW ,V ' ,g ,X ff, ,iggrs Y' ' ANR -P " ' DR. ALFRED E. WElDlE Associate Professor man of Earth Sciences and Chair' s il? i l i Yi. ,xii I i l L2 ,E , ZZ t x as ' . , ' ' f " . L-X Q xx X ss- svf, XM rx X s V sf .N r 1 g AI x K il h x 1 r 5 f' s Vs b 5 ' 3 as Division ' .Q 2 , X :Z rr ,E ii 22 5 g. 1, ,f 6, ,,1, 3 f fx ,X 4 x Q xr as N S 'Rig M I ' 1:2 wav , s N ji s 42" fi r 4 si 'K ' lf . K ' f . YQ xiii, 'N 2"i fl ', f 'wr.a' gf " ' X af if , W , . . -742151521 , fa-f,65,-wi: f?l'i2.13'55ff N X if 'fa if-912315 "? M41 V ' 'L 1: wat Sv-3, ' , -fin -Us 4,4 'v17"r5g'5"f15X fy ' ' ffhalf-sgv',.s, X f fu-' XV?-f' ' ' ' L f'v1'HL3'- I,-.491 V. X , . ,W . 'cigar--1' J'Y'Qf2v4a"' A sfwrdff- -gif,-,t 4- -. ff: ic NM, .E vii :.-5 -' 1'-141: 3343: DR. LovENA 1. wnesusss Professor of Office Administra- NODXXAK. ff Ts h ,.. ' 1.3L 1:37 , 53: 1 5 3 A at V .V., "V' Q7 of ' K Y A., . 'mf A , A so s . 6 ak-NH, , -- A.. -' - ..g , is. -5 1' ,,--0 , , 1 It .gif A , ,fa-f 1122, ,rf .N f 2' A vp ..., WI - 1 ,. Q ,wglagffs QQ' : f-A :V 3 if .if :ff , 4, ,,1,,W ,, , t- ,,v,., , qv. f,..,:.',:,f,., . f -' in J"--V3f1','I'.f C55 Q f ' -- .. . . 9 MR. JAMES B, WHITLOW Q Instructor of -French 1 1 f Jam, W ,m fnww -ff X ?kArHtRxfZ QVILDGENYV DR? 'T' tWlLSf5N r Prof. of r Chairman and Assoc. 'Health and Physical Education Instructor of! French t f ' 'K i ,, 4. , I X fs ,fr x , M. 4 sr s X X 5' sbggx x ,v X Q 92 s,X' 4 1 iw J . 13 41+ s , f, fr ' s f XX 7' , 9 fx X Q 3 X V ' ' 559 g.-: :Saw Qs K 1 f K ' " f 1' ' " 2 ,U 4 fy' , , A , K s ,., VTX V ww. MQ!! N K ff f X 4 , f 2 f I W ..s.s.s Qin M77 , K s Wij 1 X XDR. Georges Q, wmoagr At-Professorsiof History -C N Nas X. .. gk f...', r' j,.ft1Q s RN5 V . ,N V , , , s,, . .,, . - rosy ,' " . , x 1 1 as W t r s- l"5.'..-""AM fb 4 1 .--- N X .iw rl, H lFff??j!f rf: c -sf ,ffm 1 ., .s ' e:?iLrsasrz,g fi, .,.. - 5 - ' s V in .if 'nl-1 W- LPHW x""4 s.X 4,15 x 'x C, 339- Q M A y 5. ' 1 r A ss W so s v, 5 s as its . r ,, S YQ 'fr 4 L " 5: X sw. r . .P :rf xg? Wy '- . ,. , , 1 'far-':f5::: - ,',iQ9".....n ivy?-.a-sl-,ig-Z'-T',-gf-fEgg5gQ ,, ' -.r 1- :wr -. , ,.: 'N sf gl ' fs. z' if tai r, 'X jr' Lf , VP ' az- if .sfo , ,LM fx K .5 5 1: I X 4. r- isa W Q -53:11. A ., -ms.. - snag:- ea. -11 , ff .az , -. Mas. norzomv cg wooosom MR. DAVID F- WRIGHT MR- WILUAM T- YOUNG 5 1 d Instructor of Mathematics Professor and Chairman ofTFine instructor of Ant ropo ogy an Geography Arts , I ' 1 A Y 5' 1? ,L i 1 V , V L N Q Lv f y ,MQ 5 14 '1 ' f W' MZCM Q fmfh. fv ' WJ , Q lf flf 1' ' 1: Sli. ,ind 3. J. fi? ri lg! V 1 Win Ki - :TITS 5 3:- .H ' 'X nv WI, A .liifrnh 'iam Y ' ,I 'ht' .IlA1"r',l1?,f 1 NI :1-'wif ,' ,vf' r. N !', N 2 r 1 ix 1 " Q 'W T xf f gff f W W4 fy ff ,eff af , SW 1 ,W ,f nyfdlafw f f f f , ff U X" f I ffm W w f ,A f ff 1 My fin ff ff , f W4 W 1 99 X YM f fy X6 17 Q f 4 2 wr J --- --- Y - Y- - -4- ------f'---4f----v-v- -M-.--Y-.--1-.,,..M,,.g -,,-.,, . , ,,Ym,:-M, , Gciy Nineties at LSUNO Theater The summer months at LSUNO were not void of entertainment, for the Drama Department in coniunction with UCAP sponsored Cabaret Theater. Using a cate-like atmosphere, beer, and popcorn, the audience enjoyed a Gay Nineties theme one night followed by a Red, White, and Blue theme the next. A new attraction to the University campus, Cabaret Theater proved to be quite a successful form of entertainment for all ages. l lf r ,r l ,ev at -gr- Summer Fun cat 'NO Although the summer at LSUNO proved to be a scorching experience, students found satisfying relaxation at the Uni- versity's swimming pool. Located on its east campus, the University pool attracted numerous students throughout the hot summer months. if W ' ye-'vf ..5. , 'Nui I 5 -, ,i4 Ei+ fi - s, W V wg ,4- ,, Rushees on Ice Preceding the beginning of the fall semester a hectic and unforgettable week began for rushees and sorority members alike. A convocation, 'held first, in- troduced the rushees to the Panhellenic System of LSUNO. This was followed by ice water parties given by the individual sororities, where acquaintances were made. , W Z Q , xi I is Q 'fi LGA Each sorority is given the chance to introduce her members and her ideals to the rushees. Theme parties provided additional time for talk- ing, making friends, and discussing the benefits of a Greek life. Through mutual satisfaction a choice is made, formin f g or many girls a deep, lasting friendship with the sororities they have chosen. -.i 1, fl H ng . 4, ,N . I x D. 2 I ls in -Y if 'ETS QQ? .XG dMNvww,,.f, ding -..,' in--Q 4 ,www l 11 ll l .l ll l F 1 f 0 l Y 1 1 l I l 1 1 l l 1 l 1 l 1 l l tll 1 'E X l v 1 l 1 1 1 ll lcl'f k 'W 1 1 Co ur ey 1 , 1 X 1 1 l R 'f 1' - . . Confiisgga Lcfigncalllng students to a new school year, provided all with three d6Y5d'fl . I tions closed S Nihon' and hassllng- Increased enrollment resulted in crowded Con In E :ll 1 ' SeC"O"S' endless Waiting, and avefau batflement. lt' 1 ' l l l 1 l 52 l 1 1 l l Nlllllllll l l 'S pndi Nw Z i Mk ff""f f NTYX.. ,if""k ii' ff'-Q. ,av 5 7 M .V 1, W, " ., 'V T 2 5 f s 3 Wi f 9 Z f f ff f 4 f Q , , E sa 3 W xx 1 W , ' -fu Y X 'X gf K Y vw wfwww ' Q: if if S ,. x N,,W,WW N39 f.f-fv, : 'I x M 1. Q www, -1. ? X 1 Xxx Q X B xy 4 x . iai 32 V455 W Q A f W Rcip Fest Action '70 was the first of a series ot speaker pro- grams open to the general public as well as students. Maximum crowds attended the sessions headlined by ten national political figures who participated in speech- es, panel discussions and debates. wigs ,l 'v'-" - 4 Yi in 1-'Ulu -A , -, I 11 .. ' X E K ' N a N X . Q' 1' , , fl X X x .' .:f.,,fN ,Q ' yy fi In , 7 X ff W, ' Qfswamgi, 1 mn 7,7 ., w .4 4 ,ff l s Qi ' L ' .-, f , 9 ,, , , . ,lf ' 9 :1 4 " N . , , W' A ' fe! f .9 A Q, ' yy My , 'W' 1 Wm ,f . , ,7 Z J . . M 2, 0 1" Kfzg, fem ' , ' ,, Q 4 . SGA Benefit Dance Four student government representatives were iniured in an automobile accident this summer on their way to a convention. To relieve the burden ot medical expenses, SGA sponsored a benefit dance in the UC ballroom. Music was supplied by several bands and beer was donated by campus organiza- tions. l L A r P 1, M 6 li f N3 ,, W3 f '75 , X, , f W X, My , M :W w E 1, i HR . u N 4 i 3 N 1 l 57 ff ,ff e N .. Nf. F i We-.J 'f"f1'f e u rv-' 4, ,. Y N., ..e li" mt. pf. if.- -. ,J..-,Q...'g,. v u, N- 1- ' f - 1 13'ZFfT9f'ii':..'a up r,,-. I I A-5 N' -ll . Brinksmcmship LSUNO's parking facilities seemed unsatisfactory for quite a number ot students. They drew their own white lines, and as a result, campus security drew up a ticket. V, wr lhveuyllwzyay-,,.i ,, i,5.fv,,::,,.Q,:,.'i:i7 ,Y X V -RRY! ., , , , t,,x.'.,f .Lf'n..5f-5" ,,-."'.',:,,.:,,V2.'H4 mf ,Lg f' .J ' tw' , ' 'Q-J nl! s uc.. A I ' ' K l.,,0ix I ' ,Jiri -ef t P! 'M' '52, 5:"'f-fr' ' ' an :"'tz,1f5M.."+f ff .2 i K i A Q VQAAV 4 ' L ' 'Z A-vu A , f""' "" ! ,.-Q ws, V' , in-mg -fee? 'M' f .Mm M,.M sm , ' 'B ' t.tr is s ts i M 5 5 5, I M A 4 - f i t t We-H ,rs f ' if yi, -X-wfpff' N, 'fy . . . , S 5, N '.fA Q-, al WMM , t I i---' T! ' "1 srrr '1L:iif"fff?t4, 'T' "" :wiv-v'eiTf':tf2f" 1 , V 4 , ,f ' ' Q , f . Hy 5 A u . X42 Meter Readers Parking meters appeared in The U. C. horse- shoe This year, precipifafing numerous parking Tickets for Those who chose To ignore Time limits. wwnmq, l i l i l 1 4 X i -f-Y' W ..,,,, 5 1 l l l it i ii il Pop Fest for Ccimpus Pork i i : np li LSUNO's Park Coordinating Committee organized a "mini- it Woodstock" festival on LSUNO's campus. Hundreds listened .gy l l to eleven hours of continuous music, stressing the need and l desire for an 'NO Park. A light show accompanied the music, I W and tree food was served. ,ii ill lil ll ill I ill il ii ii iii lil l ll .i it ii l. l i 'i fi l i , l l i l i li it i ,, 1 I J l 'l Q - .,- W,,,v'-M-1ff-h ..,,.. 6 i i . Q e 'Wx i i i 'M I E i , 3 Y E 1 u QQ ,RI I ll l i i .il ,l i l l ,gl il, -l 4 l l l l 1, i li l l 4 i i i i i l l l MI l all .1 60 C We a A We Ql .l i 4? lg i l y X xi l l "ii , i if 'Y-ig, P lm?-4 'iffy ,pi fill: fill i .,l' l i x Q .R J , rg' I Q Q x -fr .Q kxxs " y , K W Q X Q Fx - , Q' 5 i N wi J XG I N Pm 53 A ...ar f'T ?'A2sv - Q 4 lin.: 2 'll 'I In P ,Q I 1 V 6 W Q 'i El! 'L' A 1 ' N ff' 4 fi n K 5 r V I X ' 1 1 '1 s 7, , N , , .1 .L Dirk ':': ,, f r 1 vi W i 'B s 4 x XXQN of f Z Bombed Out An annoying series of bomb threats plagued UNO during the fall semester disrupting classes for several weeks. Mixed feelings of joy and aggravation were felt as students evacuated the buildings while police and firemen searched for explosives. As the calls and threats became more numerous, teachers simply held class outside while awaiting the "aIl clear." Wt1zrf'z1l""4 '-" ' I t , - fm. Q 4 fs ' A L Z?W 'q WW f f K f N ' 1 . . ,, V Q '--' ' , , , . Q - ww 1 5 I- ,.., ...., V s 15,2 A I 4 , A J , 5 - ' , ' sl'rli s ' cz ' . f M 5 iaith M, r' l .cc,, , mi rm, ,M r- if rw V' A Q 1 r ' t , ,,,,,,,, .,,. A ,,,,, .c.. i Q ,A i,,,, , as ,V f W f g fi ff?-n 5 1 1 -,- ' "" ' ...4,7, .w ,.,,,,,, , A,- l l hi. 'Q Xl Il .rf H- c, as , school boards provided a free daily bus service agsh A dents picked up along designated routes were driv to and from the lakefront campus every morning l Free Loods "N Since transportation is often difficult for the m surburban students attending UNO, Several p. afternoon. 'rt W any l l' tu ell and 1 13' 'Wg A. Y' X 1 , N, 7 .. f Q 'Z I X t Ts: tl Xi VM. tv, I by , ,, R.-yi In In if we-Q 1126 4-in , if., ...af WL 1 'F' Pollution Solution A revived interest in bicycles by the ecology-minded set a new trend of trans- portation for many UNO students. While not yet regarded as a serious threat to over- take the automobile as the major means of travel, campus bikes continue to increase in number. 1 , j ,, s .5 3 1 -f ' ff , ' f , I , ,f .A ,, ,, ' ,, 'n ."' A, ,-W, nfl, k ,f f,, M1 4Wf4,,ff amqzzf W ,ew VW fdlgr M I V , A ,,K,,,Mw .ry MV. V . W W , fy 4 ff V ,ff wwf "' , , WS-. kf,J!' ,!,,,, ' 1 . s 4 I K s I 'ik as , 4 N' " Ma. mi "L2?.i'y'K af 'ws f W 7 ', a I ii' r M gl M, In ,, at sL..4-,5 -:eq .tht A, 1- - - 9 I Xia PY-.Ji ..L . 'fy ,x .4 s X " I W P Frisbee Fetish Frisbees, iump-ropes, mini-bikes, and other forms of recreation highlighted Frisbee Day at NO- Many IOUUQSCII many took part in the various activities. AH found it to be relaxing-a different way to Q67 awey from the hectic routine of the day. Because Ofnns success, Frisbee Day was held several times during the year. I X i ' I b' .rss N Peoce Power SGA President Ron Knowles was among the student leaders of a peace march through the streets of downtown New Orleans. In protest against U.S. policy in Indo-China the UNO marchers were part of a nation wide demonstration designed to influence voter's opinions. Nam Nu at 'r,oU E View From the Right Several political figures spoke at UNO in Operation Uni- fication, John Cassanova's and the conservative's answer to Ron Knowles' Action 70. The speakers participated in "right wing versus left wing" debates on current political issues as grievances were aired and solutions discussed. V pr-M dQ"" J l ,LSA Super Domed Director of the Dome Stadium Com- mission Dave Dixon discussed his plans for the New Orleans Super Dome at a UNO assembly. Aided by artists' renderings, Dixon explained the pro- cedures involved in the planning, building, and completion of the Dome. I Ax! I 1 A Pane in the U C thx x Goblins, spooks, witches, etc. obscured the view of snack bar patrons as the annual Spooky Spectacles contest, sponsored by the Hospidec Committee of UCAP, went into full swing. . 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Displays were built and entered in competitiong various organizations nominated and campaigned for Homecoming Queen, and as the climax of the week approached a bonfire and pep rally raised the victory spirit. I W I ,, I 1 r W H if . 1- 1 , t 1 V: t ,i t W 5 .tg sw il lt 1 1 t t at 3, ilt 35 t tt t t tt i 12 .t t A , l t . L I i y I i 1 J! so tt ,,, Y.. 'li EQ .,,,.1 Deborah Carlock escorted by Gregory Dwyer Glenda Hembree escorted by Steve Cassamento 4 t x t 4 11 1 Gayle Favret escorted by John Lee f Diane Gaffney escorted by Michael Moran Q , , ,M .-f-M1 wk x X T s X X X X :Q Brenda Parker escorted by Charles Spencer Kathy Patrick escorted by John Litchfield' H omecoming Court was Susan Staub escorted by Jerry Tully 'Ji 'i 1 ill ,. , il 'il i ,Qi lm iii ii' ip all lil li ii l i ll l 1 i i l i l l l i gl 1 ll it if ll W, it ll xi il i it i i 4 4 K , 1 1 i l n I k 1 1 v I J i sh, i 4 li Regcil Joy The Court called and the winner announced, UNO received and acclaimed this year's Homecoming Queen. An incredulous Debbie Carlock accepted her crown, thus signifying the climax ot Homecoming week and all its excitement. ,Xl if 1 an W, .- M0414 any W-W7 Doctored Pep Pep rallies were held before each club football game as enthusiastic cheerleaders, the UNO Band and Coach Hoffpauir beseechecl UNO students to support the Privateers. - L '41 L41 ...nd 4 Q A W Q x i x X P ,i A gf-'X Cove Dwellers Occurring several Times during the year, informal concerts known as "The Cove" vvere sponsored by UCAP. Local talents, such as folk-rock performers, iazz artists, and come- dians were available to provide the entertainment. Admission was free to all UNO students and beer and pop corn were served throughout the performances. .,,. is ' I i J-' I i , 1 Mi i 1 Hi lit fs :l, iii A, 1 ii li in F11 ,il i 1 i t 1 , i 4 i 1 L v v s E 1 I v i all I i 3 X Aiieee . . . UNO students looked on as the ancient art of karate was demonstrated in the University Center. Otten referred to as the art of self-defense, several skills in karate throws were performed with preci- sion accuracy. V K Ughh Since The Trend Today is Toward exercise and physical TIT- ness, a UNO sTudenT Takes advanTage of body-building equipmem during a HeaITh and PE class. , a,rr f fWPLfTl, ,rr, fQf fQZ gn , M 'M Wx' -fm" f ri: 77,577 4,3 YJ2 fc 3' 7' M f f yf, , 0,77 X iv M -1 4 M W V fff X 1, , Z '-KN., ' I f QXQ 1 fff ff XWWWW 4,1 ff f ff ff f Vw ff W fff ff f 7 W f ",, ,ygzfwgy fU,!,,yi V. 7 ., ,Q f f- V I, ff, ,My , f 8 I l T 1 T Bond Aid lntormal band concerts were presented several times this year by the UNO stage band in the UC lobby. Under the direction of Milton Bush, the band entertained spectators with current and traditional favorites. N l N I f"'Q 'N f vy ,...,,,,,1 K. . ..xx. ,WJ 3 ' w ' PX! EQ Q SU S7 Q K -Q J Q giriw if P THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE .-3 ' " - " BASS N Q M -. 2: waz. km fm, 1, wwf , 5 13. 'N 'M 'HN Nw ' it .. D.. 6 , Q X ' N if ' Z' " ' L . .Zn P f -T 5. F .... 55. 3 .S Q gf E 1 ff 3 V sr rv, , ... , , if F My fun A N' ,J " , . r f , 1 Q' 3 f 1 ' v rf f Y , i S' r ? f 3 Y W f . , n J . ,, , if 1 A A , ' ii ffb Kziffrfigfgfciw Y' f, 1"?,if L Q A sf .Q 5 Af, 3 . ,X .fx , S' W ' fk ,, ' 2 S ,Q A, 5 ,Xi x . . E Y s .. ,K X Q K ' W ,Q , , if , 4 5 Q r' : Q 9 - y g ' Q A a P . X X ' 6 lv f w y 9 xv cu ' Q gl ,Wu , w s W. E. ,N N.,. Q E4 wmv .. N ,,- QMW, . , EW , . NM wi af' was Q x vw fgisagfu New ' Serv' Sis ' 'VK .!"' l i ill lll l 1 'll 11 li 111 l. ill l l ,i ,i 'I ml l 1 il 1l 1l ll! l. 11 l 1l ll ll il! ull i 1 ' l 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 l i i l l 1 t I 1 1 5 , I .wi Nw 'i""'-1. . f if-Q1-1 we-qw 1 ,,1':Sm-'tina' --' 'inet me-v Get the Guest To alleviate the problem of parking for visitors or Those without parking permits, a pay parking lot was installed on the university campus. Twenty-tive cents opens the gate. W -11 ,A snr 1 - a- est. 'nw ., val' r 4 X as U' New -A, , s ,af 1 ,Q f 4 A , lj , I 4 Qi we wi Mgswf V0 ss? sf , :ax W ,f f p 'fi , -'-- I t .,,V:i:, , dw 'ff A ' 3 as 'W it if 3 Av ,W as 551, ,x BSU II Now in its second year, the Baptist Student Union con- tinued to provide the use of its recreation roorn, cafeteria, and meeting rooms to students of the University. The organ- ization offers fellowship and guidance to students of any faith. 5 1 xxx. I sf X . gf 1 ,.., wx . 'il' f' s J-.-JZ .,....m!"' All the King's Men For its second maior production of the fall semester, the Drama Department, under the direction of Dr. August Staub, presented Robert Penn Warren's "All The King's Men." The play, centered around the rise and eventual tall of political boss Willie Stark, was a masterpiece ot direction and acting. The climax of the play, Stark's assassination, was effectively efecuted against the hypnotic throb ot a strobe light. Elements of myth, living theatre, and dramatic ritual were com- bined, creating an exciting array of entertainment. -- X' 1 incl pI f ,U 4. X. i . l" Glad Tidings UNO's Chamber Choir presented its yearly Christmas concert in the Uni- versity Center Ballroom. A professional orchestra provided by the Music Per- formance Trust Fund and the American Federation of Musicians opened the evening with Schiassi's "Christmas Symphony." William Chute, director, conducted the choir in its main pres- entation of Johann Bach's "The Mag- niticatf' A number of soloists contrib- uted their own version of Christmas spirit to the yuletide festivities. mme l A..---.. fi T' T Wx Ring, Silver Bells To heighten the holiday mood UNO's band, under the direction of Milton L. Bush, held its annual Christmas concert. Jingle Bells, Silver Bells, and other Christmas favorites greeted students as they paused in the University Center lobby. L3 W ' 7 mwfwff fp Z'Fwfp'ffwG"i'1f:1zf Privoteer Power Just before UNO's Privateers became Number One, the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha built a run-through to spark Team spirit. The victories multiplied and the pledge of Coach Greene to make the Privateers Number One became a reality. 'i V32 f,,. Y El-COM A ,V ill. CRES eww' 41+ WWELCo Q E14 2? f- is l w 5 riff Q f is Y 7 if 2 WWMMWMM 'Lai if Horror Chamber Bedlam usually broke loose each time the Privateers appeared on the home court. Breathless fans shrieked as the players fought their oppo- nents as well as the waning clock to maintain UNO's unbeaten record. Trciumcitized Working against the pressures of the clocks and the aura of the television studio, student journalists prepared a variety of newscasts, features, and public affairs programs. X K K-1 W W 1 V K X spew:-:t t .sz-rs-1,2 wwe , X 5-.. A 3- F5 X- 'sff'k.-Jmf- .ss-:K-,.s...fA.:g,.q-r 1-s.s..?s,,f,,-is,-.-i Q-5 ,, iv .1 s .,.Ws, M ff, ,-,. 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Q Q - sssss . . -s 5 N gy ,, .X -s-, ': Amis X gf?,'f"ssw3',s,.iw-5-1:'N'g 'sr-iJ'x1ls5Yw,1F " f xikfixvf' 7 V' E k , ,, .,,X ,.,.,'X .fix :ETX N, X . N v 'Q I . 'vs ' to ' rs-ww, J, an V, ,, ,,,,, , ' , .Q vamp . MM' A ,.,. 95 Piles of Progress The sight and sounds of construction accom- panied students throughout the year. A main- tenance building was completed as the sounds of piles for the Engineering-Science and the Drama and Fine Arts Buildings served as steady reminders that newer facilities were on the way. 2 'i il i I l i ' i Z4-x l i TV Guides The DRIFTVVOOD received an informal visit from WVUE-TV newsmen Alec Gifford and Buddy DiLiloerto. Chatting with DRIFTWOOD editors, the newscasters discussed problems of communica- tion facing the modern journalist today. , , .N4 L , 1 1 '30 X " .f..,,,,,,,.,4.L2 I' VI A jibwwkw sf' ld Q ,fn 4 - . QSM: ,. f f Ut 'A 1' fin., -4 if fn ,A i F .K ""eM,g,,, ' ' s 2 - v B Q, - XX K' fax W K was 1 ix :K 11 1 .-4:i:5'i5l53?lf., lffrsz- X1-as XX? . .Nfl 2 W ,1, X I fre X X ' 'xx - cl, ,, f" 9-'V 'i A X 4' K X X Q ' i N S ., s ' 2 its s, , Q, rim' fsfmxx l f 's B' x ,.,' + Q-Q3 - , W' S QI A Q p i1s5,.5Z., N -X,.,gs 4 Q N ' x lf, K 'nge f ,1S..,. X Mod Bride In preparation for those spring and summer wed- dings, UCAP hosted a bridal fair sponsored by Maison Blanche and Modern Bride. Student volunteers modeled the wedding gowns, bridesmaid's dresses, and trous- seau. Displays were set up by the various merchants and door prizes were given to many brides-to-be. Barbershop Quintet Five rock musicians, better known as the "Mississippi Five", and their associate Fred Clark appeared at a conference at UNO to discuss their arrest in Mississippi. They answered questions and described their encoun- ter with Picayune law enforcement agencies. ,Ha v 12? f' XX Y: , , R .fe xv. Goy Power An open forum, was sponsored by the New Grleans Gay Liberation front. The four member panel moderating the discussion attempted to stimulate communication between the gay peo- ple and straights. i M QW-Q? W as me ,ffafg r ff: ff W 3,4 lfmfifmiv Mika! Q ' It H i A I A , I I 1,, ,, t ' 1, 'f.gfff,.,ff A h , f i ,-'J-I 'i ii l i , ll il il ji ,ii i nf ll, ll lil i'I ,, , ii, ,. g, i, ,ii wi ,l ,E i, ,, ,, ,i l il li ,, F i lll l i, l ll ll, il i ,, , i , i 1 , l, ll l, l, l, L 1, 1 l i , i , F l 1 i i P . i I r I I , l i l ,li .3-we Groove Tube A different kind of film was pre- sented in closed circuit TV by UCAP. The subiect matter was TV entertain- ment tbe viewing public never sees. A spoof on the TV shows that net- works broadcast, Groove Tube pro- vided a relief from the regular TV fare. x N' W. ., X s, K T k L X k , l.k,, .. ,Q ,T M Mg-sT1dX 399- Q, ,, y , Q W- , - - My X, 51 - 1- by ' if i'll l .1 lh' l. -I i 5 ,1 . 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' .sp li if gr V 5 ,sf ,f 4 1 E? l I x V 1 A, his I is H' fm ' : ff? v t . tr f f 4, 4 .1 t. x 3 ,.-.fe-c""" .-4-jf""""" i i l t I I l l l Recycling A staunch advocate of the bicycle as a means of reducing air pollution, Dr. Salvator Bon- giorno believes a major cause of pollution is the result of man's aggressive expansion and ex- ploitation of natural resources. m y f fu: 4 'Mir A , ft f X I s I 2 1 , ' z -NS J ,fb -Y 5 I ' i'?i Y I D L rim!! .A43g,,5vq2.,Yi- - ,wh V M-my in -. 1 4 'L P .hui x " . Q 52,17 Q iw 1 ' " X fzzx- ,,. h. M 'ffw' P f A2 2 x ji, 1-rl i 4' x, :Iii ..,1'f-li.: -'. W , W3 . 2- 1 li ff? sf fl 1 ,,y"4L ' i L.,- '5.A n ,,,.,M V -..., S- in ,A Oversized Parking In the tall ot 1970 a modernized maintenance building was constructed on campus on the site of the science parking lot. The maintenance building houses a mail room for campus mail, and the tools and equipment needed to keep up the UNO park and its gardens. A rap room was also constructed to talk over the maintenance problems on campus. Z'-v Xff l los 6 ' -g?Q 'Xiu 3 '. a, 9 . I 1" ---W. .-3' F 5 -. .......4f ,lf Roundtcible Controversial issues of the day were the topics of the many discussions held by members of the Baptist Student Union. How to deal with today's prob- lems were reviewed with the hopes of bettering society. All-H. My K 'Q' 'x i ,,, !,4R -'gl 4L Soul Food cmd Acid Rock SoUThern HospiTaIiTy prevailed when UNO's SGA hosfed a rock TesTival for The Tar ouT of Town visiTors during The Mardi Gras holidays. A bread line served hundreds red beans and rice and French bread. Local rock bands provided The music. I - - , m-.i 0 .1 J V W ? I I I 1 5 4 x. I x .Xi M WN QM .x.h 351 ,x .Sr 3? Emi. .11 W I 11l f F A V A X... X -. V ' "1- aqn""""'l"- mm, V .IN ,A-R U1 ' 1 I , l i E l l r l 2 5 ' x I is is by tel 'sf'-"Wy wmv ,.- ,, . ,f Q ,,f,,.,, , 2. ff. ' P . v 1 ffl, ' " M f l f X, W , A, A Q.. L., 1... 'Q D , ., 'Q r ..,, '-twat-..,,.., Snoke Eyes The UC ballroom took on the atmos- phere ot a Las Vegas night club as UCAP sponsored another Casino Night. Dice were rolled, cards were dealt, and wheels were spun. The Bank was set to handle real and paper money and dealers pitted their skills against the patrons. Entertainment was pro- vided by groups such as the Barber- shop Quartet, a folk rock trio, dancing girls, and comedy acts. 9 Bounce for Beots Samrnies have done it again. The Heart Fund thrives once more as the EAM fraternity shook cans on Canal Street asking for donations. When a donation was re- ceived, a raffle ticket was given in exchange. The prize? A 1931 Model A Ford, ot course! uno I vb S X Xenia . J Y RLB WK? X W Playmates Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity held its annual Playboy Bunny basketball game this year with the Saints as opponents. The game was held fy ,X Q-2, f af s , . ras S V Y X is N: ' ,sf ' NNY Na x 3, X .A . so . E,...a.,s, X ws., Ai Q Q 4 Q Q ggsgwsms- S 5 2 -x, . 1,4 Q to raise money for the millions ot Americans who have heart disease. For many who at- tended their hearts beat taster when Chris Owens appeared with the Bunnies as team captain. Ili' swxw """'--- ff!! "'X..,ANNQN NNNSN"'e-.. 3 'i'- ' Q W X A x x ' ' it X 5"-s.. 7'-fa Arlo GuThrie As The song "Coming inTo Los Angeles" rocked Through UNO's gym, so did Arlo GuThrie come inTo The lives of 4,500 lisTeners. The live concerT proved To be one of The besT programs presenTed by The SGA. GuThrie was preluded by Svvampvvafer, singing counTry rock music, who also served laTer as his back up band. Besides singing and Talking, GuThrie enTerTained The crowd wiTh a humorous parable abouT Moses and The IsraeliTes and The crowd roared on. as T 4 Y! ,291 I ,,..w,.v0' f-Ji 1 O ' ' ' 'iv 21975 t' " f' M 0WMWf'WW7 Posters, Posters Everywhere Campaigning for SGA positions was hot as election day drew near. Papers were posted, signs erected, and posters pervaded the campus. Campaigners passed out leaflets, hustling votes for their candidates. i i i i i i i i i i 'Q if it , ii i f Af- Y i li' i i, i fi I 3 ii iii . ii iw i t gi iii Q. vi fl! i F it I X 2' i ir i it ii iiii , , is i, it W i i it in ik: ix ii 1 fifi i i i iii' L W ii' Mit i i , xiii ii ii W iii p i 'lil f- Nav! if vjli , ik, i i i mf t ii li? i, till: :iii i ,. ,,,.yf it H294 ' 1 i Hi tit F i 1 i iii iiiii i ' iisi ' i iii iii! i iii tiiii V. N 115 Y it iii iii ' v Three Fcices Running Tor SGA presidenT This year were Three well-qualified candidaTes: John Cassanova, whose plaTform was To relaTe SGA To The sTudenTsg Lind- say Larson, who promised a program of effecTive changes in curriculum To inTeresT sTudenTsg and The vicTor, Roland Vandenweghe, who pledged To make changes by sTreamlining The SGA and pro- viding a voTing board To The STudenT Congress. 1 , , ' 1 'f " ffffffw uma fx " A' V . f'f'1W'3f-fwdfw " I I , ' fi 3 , . ,. , , . M., . , ,,,,,, my ,, ,fyffgi41CZ:lQ2QLi1M'N4?f4 V 'vi Q NB V "' -""'Za' -.rf 'IM R u , , ,ai mum 'M J" S, Q 1 T ' 1 ' f' ,, Gi 5 , T , , , , Xa gr? H gf S , M ,fix ,. ' ,Q Vfgm 1 x """ M rfb, Jr 1 M' f I5 '54 ,J Q ,. Q5 'ff V 4 Y? j . I A 'ff' HTZWQ f 0 , , Q h- Q Y T A f -,f-ww, 0 ' """"f " if ii ,.---- ' I wal 'I J ., i 1 E. I g' ,K My is ,-Nl? ii ,I .' if 1 1 T .U A I j , no Y X 'sum vii' rs. 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Counter protests were tiled by the Election Board and the two tickets. The decision rendered by the Honor Council was in favor of the Election Board and the Vanden- weghe and Larson tickets. ,,p0,,ihJQQ xMnis1sl.wa l 7 li l ll V tl l l it lil . ll 1 l tl it l ll li lt ,t lt ,t -fee aaaaa l l t l Kiddie Dciy l In keeping with its program of community proieds th f y UNO chapter of the NAACP arranged an Easter Egg Huritfoe l underprivileged children in the New Orleans area. Thanh! Children enjoyed the program is reflected by their faces For R it the NAACP members who collaborated to make the evem if a memorable one, their efforts were rewarded. 'l xl in 1 l . ll l ll t t l l l 1 1 l l fl ll , t l l 1 t 1 l l l l ' ' F X i i ii l :fl :ltr fl ill l .5 fl' l , -l , X llll li lttl lift l 1 1 l it , Q li ' I l I t l Nl it l I til ll it l it 1 1 l t r 1 l I l r 1 n A 1 l r 4 4 A l V ,aa- il ll t 1 H8 1 -4 ZX4' pr Q Humioi faces. For The evem l , ., , ,Q ' M, 'QQ f'-ii v if 4 L W ., , , 1 Hilti Y 1 ii i A-..,, F," 'Li -32" , .RZ : i ij fg if -,i JI? .- 1 ,J r "N if La Y ' ,N , ' x 'JEX , Y 2 N L i' :iii Grd? gov" Y I, I VI I. .,I V A , Q 'i I ,fir ga i x H' -,. " ,,. lg WJ, V i Arr Mcirt l Various aspecfs of life were depicted absfracfly Mm- art sfuclenrs at an exhibit in The Earl K. Long Library. --ng ,Jw 'W M' , yffw m, M-WS W ,MM,.v . ., .MW - ff- rf, . f'-Q 5 2 by 1' 'f ,V ,. 1 a rifi aiaeia . ,V .5 , 2' W , 1 X! r f i U72 I ,fe r ' ii" ai a 2 '4" ' l i fi A, . 7 f"' 1? i' , f r i.i ,a.i ,, ,i ,.ii, - if ,xi .i-4 '- 'T f-f 'Xz.4f1Qf'xW- ,f w f-"f-, .-f'r ,. 4. , 7 . gf .,. 1 .P - w ,'W1ff1-1121 . 5 , l 5 QQEQQ 4..q,'A ,e,,,h,,,.,,,, V,,.a , -'rr"'1V -' ff ,, , A 2 f' i-a- Q, a A 2 A i 2 i,,, ,, -, i L M W M M ,V , I, , ,,,, , , , N I Ib W,-u,,,,,,,,,.,. , f f 5-Jugww ,.,,g f A A ia. ,,V, ,,i. ai,, , , fVf., - 1 . a 'ff i riii- 1 Qibjf-ag f ff 4, .- ,., ay , f W , 9 T i ,i I, ,Li ii 5, iii i i 1 ii iii, iii ii iii i ii ti ri i, ii 'i i J, 'i ii .ii I Ni il, V i i. ii ii ii ii ii ,C ,, ii ii i i i i i Y 'tv i is L GY Earth Week Z i l I r This year's Earth Week was an international movement to cope . i , with environmental problems and to instill a sense of ecology in the public. ln honor of Earth Week, the ecology flag was raised along with the American and the Louisiana flags. Earth Day was marked by the attempts of individuals to show their consciousness of the pollution problem. Campus groups campaigned ecology to bring others to an awareness of the seriousness of the situation. t , . 2 ai , . SS X aw Nc k W ' X t ef A W. x X X Q cijgtskl xv MQW sg vs .V,. ,..c , ,. N' 1- xx X YR 'f "f' W' W 4 L an Q K 1 .x 'tj -.ay-Lfrfefr-Lvl' W Q. ' I l une ..a:1f.fegwnCaf'uxaSw5wf: if l ' ,...-A , W ll th lil ccc,c A it 1. 9 ill r ,. ,L 1 c l ' l i 4 W if g +f, , Y- "' 'P J- - f 2 , x L"5,-v-41 -Q : A ' -Q . . V f, , 1 Q' ..,, 4, 1. M., - , , ,-, . -. . , if r - N 'fc aa. f , , . ,, l ff f an '- -1 -'fa-1471 1' ' .ilu QI, -aL-- " " f , ,-- f..-,,g. Q ,-"vm - . 1-- ' -a N' ' " a,.':y' f.,-r'- - ,,.,, l - , I A. l 1 li it ' i 1 ' I . '.l i 1 4 V Q ll Sm ls .L- ly, .l ' ,J lltia il f ill '1 It 5 l ' 1 , qi! i . 1 " 44, VW' ll X 5 . , f I , H f 'omg it it t if M r f It i f V f M si , mm riffs "a..,J' i ?f Hot Dog A little bit of everyone's blood was stirred when an anti-war protest was held in the UC horseshoe. First, there was an exaggerated dramatic scene ot irnrnorality of the Viet Nam war, followed by a discussion involv- ing all participants. At the height of the discussion a radical expressed his offensive and a Marine veteran held his defensive. Large crowds were attracted to the rally because of rumors of an alleged puppy burn. No Horsing Around Once again UNO's Drama Department scored with its musical production ot "Captain Jinlcs of the Horse Ma- rines." The original l9Ol script, though not a musical, was a melodramatic comedy that was the first Ameri- can play to use music, in the form of popular songs. Drama's "Captain Jinks" was adapted from the original play and relates a charming and nostalgic story in which Jinks, played by Ronald Skinner, falls in love with the opera, Aurelia, played by Patti Compton. El1NARDi LINES Al., LINES 4' l il -i- Q., QM, , M I 4' , ,,,,L X x N 2, ,f V V 5 lx y ,,, ,, .ggi fn '41 f, 4 -1 1:12-1213551333 Z,-231-f.f'13:'i11 if , v . . ,V ,V 1,-,-mfg,-1. f :me-:..,-f f ,4 Z I Z 52121112-vI1lg53HiizE3.g Jig, A 9444 jI'LeisI-Z'lg5j1I-PZLQQQ-E . gftfffi' -f -1:1fag1g.3.3,gq5::zg?:3gA' fail, , . . Y . ., , -2 ,,, if 5,21 1? ..,-.1.. 'vflsgzs' J-':?"Q-'..' 77:1-i .. .KM I "1'.'-'37 .YL +:.Q'?. f'f'7'Zk iff? "'5'4'f 4? E, X 'E ff , Q A 4 -4 S4 'ff' M' .A Z7 Va' f. , f A ,' 4 f ff if C7 1 'wav' '77 M 3 f ,gk - . ,.4 f R5 4 Wk? 1 ...I IK-' E. , My Q. xx 'P V I x V., 4 m. ,Ad Spring Fling In The UC Ballroom, young people rocked and danced To The music of Faf Cake. The spring dance was one of UCAP's annual activities, providing free music and enfertainmenf. 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The conference was sponsored by the UNO Sociology Department, the Cir- cle K Club, the Kiwanis Clubs ot Greater New Orleans, and the Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Use. l t -. 1 f ' Q' l I M , , Y' """ W ',,-i 2 Ax .wi kw 4-,wow Q N , ..MW:ZJ,,. , W, ,, if A I7 ff f i --f 7 l T l I I T T The GreoT Rcice l A The FirsT Annual InTercollegiaTe Bicycle Race WGS heldlhi pf: g 1 year on May 2. CornpeTing for various prizes, conTesTanTsen' Tered Three caTegories: in The Ten speed, Three speed, andone ,,,, speed division. CyclisTs pedaled The rouTe from LSUNOE campus To Tulane's campus. NOT all finished as The me 1 Turned inTo a survival of The TiTTesT. Q A ,fa TIIVL Q -f,,f ' 1 il! v' fx .2 i - x H held This tems Gm. and one LSUNG3 The rate Q , l V I 4 Q., K 9,-ln. fl. if 71- FP , A i l by fffi' nh Q i f.,fv 1 l v i 'f MMQe.f.7:4a:::5el72f'gf5vg!f'-fx's:a:,-xw' f ' ,1f,Wf'MWfmwffz4sw1wv W" , H ME? 4M?W,,1kQZfy ,,,, . . , 3211? 4-m"f'7W?1' .f . I , W f 'ffcwf ,, ew A H73-i ,--' A ' -A 'Q ffvg4fm.,f,f',g."lf. ',,-f if-NTL? 'Y A f' '. ' ' 1 , W I 2 g P . L f , ff1f 'Zw. ,icbwy Mg ik' ff.-M ,441 - yj Q-'ff nf 1- 'vf "-'.'M114u4'f55h .ww 'W ny - 2 ' 1 . Xf - ..-- x -1 A' f ' f ' 1 f .XL-w 1 I 9 , '21 1 l n F 4 1 1 , A v i 1 fi Ei W 6, ii Ml M i igi W il EQ ms 12 V W M w 4 H 12 . i I I Q . ix 'Q 19 ll! A iw fs ll ,I . 31' . I E 1 W hi! ll w 1 W , 4 L 4",,0,.l" TGIF " Why was the UC so empty durin th g e year on Friday after- noons? T l o ce elorate TGIF, hordes of students traveled a few blocks to the many "local" taverns where they were known to 'roast friends, bartenders, stra ngers, and a sunrise. Aww, ,, K, l Q l J.. .fi-' 1 . I ,. .... SUCK! ,,,.-f-M Yi ' N ix iii w E 5 s 1. 2 Q E IA. was wmwxw , ,,,,,,kw .. W Q Q 2 2 1 N 5 , . Q f : 5 'NN . 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UD VN YN l79i'0ll5KVI HU WHY! 5 7100 0' IPIIWI RU!!! 1.415215 N ILQIGDG Nfl USJWIFYIG MK GA!! I A-ff'-x , 'r W pw W' .W , W, b ff! v . ia.,- J-- w i i 1 i i T i iii xi i ii i ii i si 1,1 wi i fi' ii, ii ii li i in i iii :ii iii 1 'i i i i i I , i 1 i s i i x n L I I v i T i Sex The changing attitudes of today's youth toward sex was the topic ot a discussion sponsored by Phi Kappa Theta fra- ternity. Titled "Sex and Venereal Disease," the discussion em- phasized the role that sex plays and the importance of rec- ognizing the social and economic implications that arise from the changing values ot today's youth. 2"f'fftfZsf i ! 1 1 1 iff i I T i i P r L s i 2 T i i i sas- - fyf time ff-4 5,1 Rx xx exzava, wage. wif" rf" , . 'O' I N 5. WW s Q v' - . QQ" ,qu xg WJ' ,F 1 s Q5 qi-K sq, 'K Flyology into the night Genetics studems C b c unting flies and setting Up ex ould be seen in oom were multitudes of bomgjrgrfegtal crog, ' 9 with WH Cl and mutant type flies to be utilized in Th Q Q,-.5 X V X3 X , ... . , .,-,my g r x .Ly SSS. perimems assi -Qned 1 1 O st e'her bottles, micr udents. Slrewn about on flI65. The Sxp ' Oscopes' pap9l'S and If Tables were . Grlmenf h ' morguesff f ide h elped 1 Or th as and theories involv d . he students to understa d e e in the Study of inh U n the eritance, iw 1 ,N A ..-41 ,X ,-,i.,, 4 W at , ft1i'Q:Z:-'aff F1 fy 2-'rgfg 2,-fffwy 21, M32 :Q .Q Win yd vi " A . f2Sj'QxVS,21- - 2'24wvwQ3g W, 2- da v N,.1 r A- vxrwgm , 3,,,X A .MN bix X NQSQ G, f wx X Q ' ' -d ezmxi-I' Y1 . ijgjx f. ' V X Q 5 l hwy X? Q t X J. Q N Rv N: '. 0 -1 X Yeib .L " 9 K xx U-Vx , . i JW '12 xx xx-01 " - if xd ow, ,-1. , ,K+ .... ,W A A s-9" I 5,3 X K' Al v if K , vw!" ' LV' . , Q. 958 , ,, L xx. f Q Q 07' xxx X95 , X455 . . . . ww ' .,o9'K '44 nl K N sh , Q ,.,, 'f Q U- ,NP L f . . x - L t ttlh, ,it qkwglfv Y -,.. th Q m"' Q f V' f I 3 v b... i .X ' 5 ., Q1 .-gg. 05 ,IA 3, 11,1 J Wu' AA Q K I ' 19? ,dl c. ,rv X ' if 100 i i Mi Y ., . ' 4' A' 0. l,,,,M , 5+ at " v Riva " RVNW . ned" Jiwfx FN"' . x XL alas. V X 5 pd S K 'K 2' . . ' si RQ? A W Rf,-1" QXSCXQH ' "" N - ' t x fiwm Wm New iii V' 1, . wa i iw ' rx, Q la l W " 14, Berncirdo's Hideaway With the intimate nightclub atmosphere ot dimmed lights and the UC cafeteria was transformed into the Cove. Sponsored by H05 of UCAP, Cove was coordinated by Bernie Locascio. Entertainmen provided by rock bands, tolk groups, or individual singers. C0 was served along with tree popcorn. Plflec l f A iwas ld beer it music , 'IH il l l L ' i fi Z? n-rf X I, l l i i i 1 i i L L -A X L M l 4 l il li L L'b L il L Miss Lillian Daz Sol, Consul General of El Salvador, 1 spent an entire day on the UNO campus. Before she had l i 4 left Miss Daz Sol donated 25 volumes of Central Ameri- lt can Literature to the Earl K. Long Library, leaving behind L , l a vast source of Latin American information. l, L ig t l i it l it Q R ll L fl , tl rlii , it lil 2 i ll l itll l W ul il li ' lim lil li Rl' li l i i l if ilg I Q l M' i L '1 l i, l ll l, I ,Q.V..,.,,. ,.,i . .. li lm li L ll ill fri ii' ,Q -wa " jll 'li . fl ii i'tK+i"' a tif- ...is i1 L.. ,ti E Q .Mia 5,,,. . W a - ll It 5 1 L it lll 'rv -N ll 9-'f A ' el lli -. c"1if L L ll Fl itll :"' ' il-L if 4 ,, X sm' X. s 1 Qi it L of Y i t L l il 5 ei.i.,,st M itil ill 139 it 7 , ill , Hui if to a ef, a me 'lyl' X. 4 Decked One of The many fads To hiT The campus This year was card playing in The UC caTeTeria. So consuming was The fad ThaT meals were missed and classes skipped. Piercing The roufine cafeTeria din were occasional cries of vicTory and defeaT. 9' A ii T I T P 1-wf iff' X Y "'. T NT 1 ii I i i 06914 , mga "'i , mc' , f we- -. 4- fv., f., if .A wx, , w., N, x 'Q- NO 4 Exhibitionists Amateur photographers had their chance to prove their talents when UCAP sponsored a photo contest. Prizes were awarded for each artistic category. lffdll, 5 M, 1 QQ- as i t , ii EE i ix at as r it t 1 i i E i i i i i 'ar : 1 i ST ' ,Q Q ,fy 4 V , . f 01 4 V .1 'fr' i f , Q, .Q vmvffw rwywkwm- Wifff 'T M77 W., ZL:'Q.LAA,:'F' ..,, L.,f.,L1 1? off gi 'K 5 if Q H, ia ttf it ii Y 1 J I I il it -i 'i V xx 11 3 t Ll X y ,'4 ff, 2 V , hflx 'J 4 Wfff rw w , f W f P i ,262 - 3 ,ag r 2 45 if ii Phi Kcippci Phi Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary Society was introduced into UNO's campus organization roster in 1969. Many new initiates have been added since then, honoring UNO as well as its members. fs ,, ff if 1 ,LJ N bf.,- V V Y ,gpm 1 fw h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 5 1 1 i ' Y 1 I vmzsvvwyjvyidf A, 4 1 1 1 F 1 1 1 1 1 lli 11 I 131 1 1 . 1 1 1, 1. 13. 1' 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1151 151' i11 1 11 '1 1 FA f 1 1 Tiw L1 1 i ll 3115 1 1 1' I 1 I 1 jf 1 ' LX 1 11 ' 1 . 1 I , 1 . i ' . , , 1 I 1 1 1 I Ny ' D V ,z- Q ,.fl2'1'7,Tb.J' s l Aahir I ' 'ff' 1 Ext.- ,J ' 55 'Ll ip 1 1 i A - iz? . - .1 1 Q'-6.5 I 1, J, ' fd. xl ',:f:f3Q.l5':', 'Q i'5ff.,gf:'7ffff'f"- Li! I - ,b 1A.,'-,gage-fi. '!j, Mg' :T ...vr -.av - 144 ?QQ,. Honors Convoccition LSUNO's annual Honors Convocation was held this year to give recognition to outstanding students. These students were presented with various awards for achieving merit in academic fields. The presen- tations were decided upon by Councils from the dif- ferent Colleges, Departments, and Boards. b,-fl' "' Sports a11oq8 A, O' 5 x E23 - vp Nm, ,, YL. lv J fw Zz! by Mvf?MM?Lv .tio A ig l T7 17 Q S J X w , ff x A, Rig X N ,wM.m....wW u A I x I Q f 'ii' Q! Y Q ' W N , 1 ,, .. vi MlyQ,,.f J 5 Q 1 as ..' A ' u ' 1,x,l4 Q. . M. 'Qf ig-1ff'f 2' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1, , 1 11 Q1 11 11 1 111 1 111 1119 1 ,f 1 1 1 1 'lf 1 1 1 1- 1 - 1 '11'1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 ' 3 we 11 1 11 11 11 11 W 1 11 1 ,Q 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 11 1 ' I1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 l 11'i1 1111'1 ,mr I 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 A 1, 1 lx Y 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 if 5 , 2, Foofboll Record C3-41 LSUNQ OPPONENT 6 ST. Louis . . . . 7 55 ST. Mary's . . . . . 14 8 Livingston . . . . . 41 7 Northwood .... . . 35 13 Tulane Frosh ... . .. 56 39 Loyola ..... . . 14 23 Nicholls ... .. 17 if? Left: Quarterback Joe Bondio passes out in the left. Top: Quarterback Dennis Couvillion scores on a sweep. Top right: Tommy Morgan drives for a first Clown against Loyola. Bottom right: "Whose side are you on?" Above: "Have You ever had the Monday blahs on Sunday?" l UNO captured the Southern Region Championship in 1970 with a 23-17 win over Nicholl's State University in the season finale. Although the Privateers were beaten tour times, they were undefeated in league play. The Privateers were not without heavy competition. Their first loss was a 7-6 heart- breaker which the Privateers should have won. Their loss ,to a Tulane freshman team, most of whom are on scholar- ship, was not as bad as the score indicated. Two big wins of the UNO gridmen were a 39-14 thrashing of the Loyola Wolfpack and a romping 55-14 over the St. Mary's Rattlesnakes. 149 ,-2 r i l il l E l ll l ll i l l gi ll ,Q it ll 'I l. i l The members of the football team are: bottom row, left to right: Kenny Smith, Jim Thibaut, Dean Sutherland, Tom Brennan, John Correa, Don Evans, Emle I Mouton, second row: Stewart Stanley, George Gracin, Joe Bondio, Gene Poche, Alan Russell, Dennis Lamarque, Robert Jones, Darrell Mueller, Tom Becnel, 5l9Pll"' Ridley, third row: Virgil Wall, Wayne Boudreaux, Mark Maclary, Benny Saclo, Tommy Morgan, Jim Nicoll, Mike Serio, Sal Genovese, Dennis Couvilli0H Scott Burks, Joe Stoltz, fourth row: Bryon Jones, Norbert Ming, Junius Moore, Bernel St. Cyr, 'Tommy Goldenberg, Myron Weysham, Bob Stoltz: llflh 'ow Gil Vincent, Greg Menina, Lewis Tucker, John Finley, Nick Smith, Gerard Dugue, and Joe Unangst, ..,1-0' Bonclio sets to Pass. Privateers tear in Rattlers: before , , and during the Qame, ,AJ E ns stops Wolfpack runner Center left- Right: Don V3 - - Staunch Privateer defense halts Wolfpack barrage. Bot ,om left: Greg Menina leaps on opposing quarterback. Cerner righf: Mark Madary grabs for the pigskin as Don Evans leaps for an opponent. Bottom right: Wolfpack is dumped by Tommy Morgan. Privoteers Show Their Stuff on the Flelcl J. r l i 'i i il ii Mi E. Mi i ,i t. iii lil r i i nil il. ii. l li' lr i l i I A r 1 v Z I lfm ' X s --W H- We P 1 I I i . 4 9 i i l 3 it 3 . if sr. gs i ii ii iz it 3. li , i, l 1 1 Left: Don Evans eyes a Dennis Couvillion pass. Above: Greg Menina and Mike Serio pursue the St. Louis quarterback. Center left: Coach Leon Aucoin,Coach Dale Hoffpauir, Coach Bob Hines. Bottom left: Gridmenwatch and disgust field events. Below: Ernie Mouton gains a first down against Loyola, i 5 1 i f l i . an Wax ' . 4. . A4 ?"i"f'ZQi l Top left: Coach Bob Hines discusses a play during a time out. Top center: Bondio sets to throw a pass under heavy pressure. Top right: Greg Me- nina prepares to crush opposing quarterback. Left: Dennis Couvillion elucles an on-rushing de- fender. Bottom left: Captains Byron Jones C897 and Tommy Morgan. Bottom right: Jim Nicoll hurdles over tackled Wolfpack runner. 5 , f 1 . l ,W A ' 0 ' E,..,uG"""' l in s gr L,,,.,'-fe: Ky 5' .S Q rt' K 4 +1 4 g'Af4n'iTal.Wmwr3+W?'i 4' 4 1, W X X K Qm,,.,,s, r W 'X' X 3 my its A N Coach Ron Greene and his UNO superstars achieved in 1971 Whatw thought to be impossibleg that is, they dribbled, passed, rebounded' andshas their way to a No. l small college ranking position in their seco 0' existence. Following this showcase of fantastic roundballers were thousands offans who crammed into a little "field house" which consistently ached with growing pains. Also at every game in UNO's "House of Horrors" were tne merry musicians of the Privateer band blasting the opponents off the court Leading the UNO attack throughout the season was Butch Web D was later named a Little All-American. The UNO homecourt record now stands at 28-l over two years includin 28 straight. The overall record is 41-8. nd Year ol ster who 9 it I Q , X M lrll Q Nl' s ,err, N ft" ' A f--, . . N 4 my 1 V , - if"5'3N'lf' if '.ll39f,-sis' 5 li ' iz n ki A as Z ' 'M 1ivf'r' in ' . z i ,,s, L .g g i , WM , ,, 7' i ' 1 l,ss at N r Si - ttrr was srssr it r itit r ' 'rtt sr, 1 ttrr s ' 5 e ,l,. X if a lrr Z ,L , 4 s -NA .f , H ,Q :I hr I , ftrr ' 4 -' ff In 5 ' I l fr-2 " Q ik ras 1 ' ygy y l y. 1-S-vffispw A ,O a I5 0 4 ' f.,, Sd t gt ei ,r '1 rsr' if " fs my Q r 4 'till 'J Ig T 51:17 1 5 32 st' ,rf . f A 0 r 4 ' x I Nui' r-l l X'-f 12 sv N' Q "wb -QM N it Bcisketbcill is Record C23-31 'Nl' LSUNO Slam 98 Sam Houston State 85 gmt' 103 Ball State 87 li 99 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 88 108 Nicholls State 94 liter, 105 Georgia State 90 Eniwlg 70 Louisiana College 61 raw'-f 94 North Park 68 W 'l 84 Corpus Christi 70 ""l5l'a,y 74 Houston Baptist 69 WESEM, 113 California State 94 103 Texas Wesleyan 89 QW, ,,.....,- .,,, , ,,.s 92 Trl '111Y 75 'ill ffstr 92 No. Carolina-Charlotte 74 - 88 No. Carolina-Asheville 79 104 California-Irvine 79 99 Virginia Commonwealth 96 83 Spring Hill 74 100 Nicholls State 79 . ioo spring Hill 87 l 121 Samford 99 84 Louisiana College 74 , 1 9 1 19 Georgia State 88 75 Houston Baptist 84 . 78 Biscayne 66 git- M NCAA Regional Tournament - Q MM 88 La. Polytechnic Inst. 107 .ts "A ,N 107 southwestern La. 113 ' W M M In 1 ,...-sv" i 1 "He f SMW' Z Far left: Little-All American Butch Webster makes it look easy. Left center: Mr. ConsistenCY Uohnny Pondst tosses in two points amid opposition. Top: Coach Greene plans strategy during time-out. Center: Duane Reboul searches for potential receiver. Left: Henderson springs above. the arms of an opponent as he scores two for UNO. Below: Mobbed by opponents, 1'1Bml110n shoots two in the lane. A L , n 15533 yt . , be fs. f X xgyv : ' 1 'A SY fs A- .,.,MQ ' it 1-Lei. Q 1 sw' 7 3 X 'wi t ,A 1 Al -'-.- ,V ' - ,sew N ogg.. - gm Q-3 -- , Q y ""' HDL X Q45 ,,,,: X 3 mg E Q 5 , Q i yo vivid 4 uv-augur l o Ccipciclty Crowds Above: Crowds chant, "We're No. I." Right: Dave Schaller imitated idol, "Pistol Pete." Below: Coach Ron Greene advises team members during 'time.' Below center: "Kill, C. B. kill!" Center right: Privateers leave TWC team mem- ber dumbfounded. Bottom left: Two points for Bob Carroll. Bottom right: Perkins, against a strong block, gets two for the Privateers. 5 at MZ2... ,. - P5 . . , X it W Q 5 'te , N... W I!! - ,ei 3 P 1 e We has Q y iw?-,,.,.:,, 4 4 , X ,. X , VV LU I L 1 fr t J,-,4w:,, C, , , . , s . The members ofthe Basketball Team are: front row: Coach Ron Greene., Duane Reboul, Teddy Harrell, Kermit Perkins, Melvin Henderson,- Dave Schaller, John Hamilton, Coach Steve Newton, second row: Buddy Morton, C. B. Gordon, Mike McFaddin, David Palmer, John Ponds, Bob Carroll, Butch Webster .md Jimmy Self. B B magna M , ' Oil' 409' Center left: Butch sinks another one from the charity stripe in his usual form. Center O right: Mel Henderson leads the Privateers through a No. 1 run-through built by Lambda Chi Alpha. Bottom left: Spider Hamilton nets a web for two points. Bottom right: "I'm the ' "" ' ' A No. i clown tonight." 5 C, C, 4 Y , t , yyay Www C., .C :ww 5 e 1 i f wk iff?-,?,f I I I I I I I I I I I I Q I I I . I ' I I l I Q I I I I I I l i I I I y I I I , I Ill I, ,I I, III' I I . N V I I ,IN I III II- , ,I all I .1 I I I I ,ii I f,,'I y Ii If j III I I I I I I II I I If ' I i I I 4'l II ,II I , . I it I I I I 1+ I I SFI- -4 Right: C. B. Gordon concentrates on opponent's defense while waiting to play. Below: Deadly Johnny Ponds sets for two against Ga. St. Center right: Little Duane Reboul beats them all on a fast break for two points. Bottom left: Mel knocks down his opponent while going up for two. Bottom center: Butch puts a move on them to score. Bottom right: Coach Green watches both teams carefully to determine strategy. fir F? I! AKA'- i Ai' H' Fil I Wi , E ...A :J O 'CL "' Q el-f Q iss iff'-f 54' I I ff I J. 4 1,41 I I it Top-Ronked UNC Downs Opponents Qt' 2 f' if' ', X Kuff, ' x ,,...., 1---4 Top left: Butch edges into the lane for a shot. Top right: "C'mon Duane, you can do it!" Bottom left: Dave Schaller and opponents perform Swan Lake as Super-Sub hits for two. Bottom right: Hamilton springs for two. P' Ssx I , ev- lv 3 Q 9 L1 vii . i gli i i J 5' nhl I M ., Mc I 1, Nu. i i i ,,,,,..-i, If 4,1 59 6 Above: Coach Greene bestows some advice upon Butch Webster. Top right: Mel does his thing as a bewildered Cougar looks on. Right: Dave Schal- ler looks on in awe as the "Fantastic Five" go to work. Below: "Oh, it's going to be another one of those nights." Bottom center: Spider sinks an easy two on a fast break. Bottom right: Butch goes up high between two opponents for two points. Q K . K. x .-Qi., ' -v l ' ' Q. l i , G .,,. . ,tx 1 ,E 'Q l V... l ,fxy fee t c Q? ,st Xt S I8 543, 42:1 ' 2" x ,Q ,f ,. y. A . eb-R51 J .M.,q.,g I . N f -1 . .i , . 'Wx 0 ! . I , I t , J I v vm t 1 i 1-nf P 1 al -'Ea' E i sg .g:s, t s.. uf t-.6 vb L X ,118 r i i hs -i iiud C I ,f 9"fff,f,g Nuns' 3 " 1. , - 'vi , I, ,.., fm 2 5 1 f ti 'J if . 1, i an t W 5 Superstars Run Opponents Cff Court vi 'fs Nuff. 5' ff' xy f - ee v W Z, x f r U V M ,xx, X ff V, , ---M424 , C, N BL. JJ' iff" B 'MQ '::'J wine , vu.-....M., mu -ui I Top left: Assist-leader Duane Reboul sets up a play for two points. Top right: Showman Butch goes up for two despite opposition. Left: C. B. Gordon pulls down another rebound amidst TWC ballplayers. Below: "lf you want :W ' ' B 57576 s V' - 4Arvf:...s A. . N .. , x . f., N sksygs -a Q ,A , , o,,,.t , Q V is f is vi ' Sw: 'Q - ' " 52,3 .',. In ' vb H 0 Y' X, X X 4 X. wx XQQ N B, .itp M qltbn ft to play with the big boys, you have to eat Q your Wheaties." Right: C. B. pops for two XS against Sam Houston. sf' .pf Xxwff ns.. Wmz.-ff t .ir, ,.,, XM A-...M MN' 'Ne 'X ,..-ff", Q N ,- - i' K " 4? s ., ...ww 5 ,A ',n ...-,.i-,- M if S Q A w , it J ns Q' , 'Tse TM ' S ,rf .. -' Q ...I K5 W Q 0 t'W'S--it JXi??i S N-1 Sv C. sa 5- 161 6 -wt, , f , f ,f Q, f ' f ,fffgyfzwf ww ' Mwyg, ,, f fs, f ,?A f, , , ,fJ lf,A 'Tr C llsli .na-1 vi Mike Lane, Mike Kennedy, Glen 'N H. A, ,ac fi' " he vp ', we f -YQ, 1, 1 W .JK rm-If ' ,ff..,,f ,fff W, fjfwyiwf W. 5 , QW- , -W ' f .,f .Q SUI . 44 4U 1 'inf' Q Env' C - - -we Z -if .1 -we s., vs... I--' ur" 'J E E """ luv i, il! 3-.4 5, S ,, ni' ln! ' '-' NJ' S 6 f :Q I ,,....s.. ..A.,,,,,,' .W-W-fggxff .oh -an Fielding, Charles Cheatam, Stan .C -wanvw , Qi., fm - 1 Freshman Basketball Team, left to right: Assistant Basketball Coach, Steve Newton, Jack Coote, Terry Gill, Bill Charbonnet, ' ' Schroer, Bob Serra, and Graduate Assistant, Bud Collins. A Buddy Morton, Bill Martinec, X f ' Na l ll will ll llillll 2 higislll lliliiflwl lf itll' l lllllll 1. ,Dillon vi i I, lllllll 'Q Stlllliii tag Perllal i' llllleas bln ll '3 llleal 1 llllss T lzllulls 5- llaltos lillre 5 lllane ll lllol l laiei A C , ,.,, T ,T i ,I 2 X , its ik C 'B sk , 1 Wy , , Z f I-,M t if 'iz - " 'P Q' i. Wa., sw " V " , B W We -- l 9. ' 1 . C ' B, N, .. B' is ,, 1" 11' if 1 A ' 'M ' fr V, J mgghgvc -1 V, Q . 1.12, - V, . V if .A V43 as , ' X ,X N, ' V 4 Ii? Mfg A X xl'-1 Q 1 it S We B f I T 6 . ' RM X. Q - J ' Xe i , , , 1 ' 2 , fa ,- ,tv A aff, , I -, I 6 , 5 LL' F9 .. , 4 M .0 ' I fi , -""""' ll , ww- 'll' .sl'9'97 ""'7 - , V g 4 r 54' -' 'l l ' ' ' T V 4 2' 7 ' t f "" 1 1 A , . V 1 1 Q V x -Q? i . My , I , f ' f f - .L .85 " I 33 g Nf s gzr-gtk 5,5 it K t , wr 1 ty, . , C . -H101 V . VNMWWM ,f , y 1 2 1 V 1 71 Q- .: , ' 4: A ,f l 3 , , n il .ff 1 ll T ff T l gl X X 5 ll l - li . J l If Ya T 1 .41 H Y f W i I 1 , nw ' ' f 'f I XX - f Q I It 4. S Zh f T. ,, W if 1 f 4 I ,J , 0 1" l , , K ' 1 .ll .Q . T A A" K 1,4 . Above: Terry Gill lumps high to increase UNO's lead. Right: Bill Martinec sinks U-an l an easy two while Wildcats look on in awe, 4 4 X Freshman I Basketball l 133 Record C16-71 LSUNO 87 YMCA All-Stars 82 85 Univ. ot So. Miss. 84 64 Mississippi State 88 Southeastern Baptist 1 11 Q0 Nicholls State 69 H0 Xavier 55 75 Tulane 82 69 La. College 73 59 Whitworth College 50 98 John Curtis Jr. Col. 53 64 Okaloosa-Walton 72 78 Southeastern La. 62 93 Panola Jr. College 66 112 Southeastern Baptist 71 115 John Curtis 68 78 Southeastern La. 70 76 So. Miss. 66 81 Nicholls State 75 94 Okaloosa-Walton 105 71 Faulkner Jr. College 87 99 Tulane 89 74 La. College 51 85 Xavier. 96 f eg is .Ml ' ' QUNQ '53 7 E5 4 If -NM in 4,30 M.. Junior Varsity Basketball .HINOQS Junior Varsity basketball squad experienced a reputable season W' 2 9 Wm, 7 loss record. The team exhibited its potential skill with the Use 0 the T351 break, shooting abilities, and rebounding average of 47.5 per game. We WL! ' ,ff W' uf W! ,WM s 6 at P ' 4-iw W M , , . R h 'van , ixs y-.k. h gn- , 1. 1. - 5 A X' is 'V A Z A 'F O x sf ll.. X Q V 9 K 'l Q. 1 ' sf .K Left: Glen Fielding tries for two points. Above left: Terry Gill gets off a short iumper. Above bright: Stan Schroer drib- bles around for an open shot. Below: Heated fans once again disagree with referees. 16 Gymnastic l . gi l l Record Q12-61 UNO OPPONENT 136.80 Odessa 139-50 136.80 New Mexico Jr. 120.00 150.45 LSUBR 154.80 150.45 Memphis State 150.15 144.60 Northeast La. 124.80 145.70 East Stroudsburg 111.00 146.30 Georgia Tech 121.45 143.60 Georgia Southern 147.95 149.15 Citadel 99.35 147.85 Odessa 146.95 148.70 Miami-Dade North 136.55 140.55 LSUBR 144.95 140.55 Georgia Southern 143.75 140.30 Memphis 141.70 140.55 VPI 100.70 140.55 Old Dominion 125.60 V 140.55 Montgomery 62.75 147.50 Northeast La. 113.10 -., 1 . ., 5 2 4,ytg,r ii. ,q,ff.f',w5 f ...M 5 ,,. ',,, , , ,,, f,,. .Vf. I ' ' ,555 1 H ':, .1 4,..x,3, ,J , NM. .l W .MVQ7 VMGIA4 1 izffftf f I J' -2 fl ' fi 1 il TOp right: Gymnast executes bar routine. Above: Stiff competition demands the perfection shown by UNO gymnast. Center right: John Barras performs on the sidehorse in competition. Right: Delicate balance is needed for this stint on the parallel bars. -..,,qM Q Jaliliu-aa.. ' , ,.ifa.4.avvWk V Q' V ,xg ,i11f,ivFZ,P1,g, JZ! . 1 11' T Civil 1 J 1 1'0x"zi?'!, QQ: . if ,,,4,f,in'f..V6i 'f2"1,? I 1 si, Q. ski' ' Z' 2 2,25 ' 1,14 A . - ff- v,,. ' -s. . ..,,h.,,,,,,,ff . K Coach Loyd Huval has done an excellent iob in organizing The UNO Gymnastics Team inTo a well- run, Top TlighT, com- ..,f' A a1a-af-i f fi. .i,ii, M PGTiTive UniT. Roland Lopez led The Team as high poinT man and won The TiTle of The lVlosT Valuable GymnasT. Ending The season vviTh an excellenT record of T2 wins and 6 losses, The :-- LSUNO Gymnastics Team will be a greaT Th reaT To The schools ve ,. . . Q - ,..f-z . by ,....,. :few '.-',f' wf--3:-3,f:f ,-f":----:,, ,-,-v, , VVIH rnee-It next year. vwsww XY ,. . KN . . . "' . ' s X, " ' as-fs, , : ' was. 1.2,-5f,3ca,,f --wg ec -- Q., .: - A. . . . . R.-. T- U f 1 x We 'A 1. X - , 4 ,X .5-. qv a4.aIgov'Nu-A-s-3-135-gf-if--,gmc - - iw.: .... . .. , 4 5 . :S,,,..- ,, W- X g . .. . -fae-se'-i"+e'-'a"-'fa:'--- M X X N 2 TI el ax' H A, A ' FTF T Q. N Y Q. X H Q W Q ,A ' rs T ' ,, 'nies' w if ,W - V - E -ws.,-.,-gi.,-'..,sxs,,,m4,.Ihii W" '-sz-q.s::s1'f'rfm -JK. 1sN:'Q:i" ' ' Wf"'fT TW WW, ,Ji -to . QW 4 1 ,E , ' K . :L-rx it ' 2' ' 'N R K . . . 'f T we 'S - 'Fl . -'pN:OM. Q . V It css. x ix:-4?.:1Eg.1k:Q5R . . , X, E '- fi 1'i5exx ' .15 A T . L N 'L c,,..g.s, 4, J R I .L 1, . Qi ii iiffs -aw E ., ---a I . -xnxx ""-.. S- Top left: One of the top Tumblers in the SouTh, Ronnie Lopez begins his floor exercises. Center left: Vaulter 'Tumbles during practice. Center right: Q Gymnast prepares to handstand on the parallel bars. Left: Coach Loyd Huval l points ouT an imperfection in a performance. Above: Excellent form and execution is demonsTraTed on The side horse. wi., it r Q wmv I6 l l T l l l l l l 4 l I l l ' i T i . l 1 fffvf Gymnosts Flip for UNC ,fwfr Q c -vw 'Hx .WN A 55X :X gf tr .ff A if 5 ,W , 'K - 1 S25 Top left: Don Pfefferle performs on the horizontal bar. Top center: Ronnie Lopez was the 1eam's corcaptain and Most Valuable Player. Top right: Gymnast exhibits perfect form on the rings. Above: Skill in vaulting is demonstrated. Center right: Joe Emmel competes for UNO on the parallel bars. Bottom right: Co-captain John Barras displays good techniques in vaulting. K it X , Y 2 1 l l l fi l ll , 'il Ql .ill fit i -l' All. ll A . l lll ll all ltr BSc nn- I l I , e F e Joe Em Team members for'tl'19 YSGV included UCP '0Wl Slelfe Yanl40VlClW, Bob Piper, Pat Hamilton, Glen Morris, Joe Emmel Coach Huval- front row Barras, Jerry Adrian, Ron Lind, Ed Pavur, Don Pfefferle, Ronald Lopez. ""A" 9 X q ,,., ff. 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Q z 'tv F' s iff: g,'. ,X Q . fig ,Koo wi? stag, qs-y!.1+t,o1 o 4 vii, .gli-Q3 ig,-u.i.if.of-,,1' I ft David Hirusl v ,,-UV' ' 4' -' - A 'Wm f ,r . . . . : x, y t- 1 , 4 , + 51, m"L Above: Tommy Brenan fxghts dzllgently for a pop-UP' TO? 61 first TL .0.N ,fioq ' 'ff Q ' wmds up for a homer. Bottom left: Tommy Brenan IS S6 9 a . ww' ,.,,f'f Q., , f -f , .ww g , ,t , tiff! F5 AN" fl"'3f11+N'E':iwfJz - i. 1 r. -Q , - 5- , of ' ff ffg--lp ex . t t V , l' - .. -gt 3 ff-o' 5 ' - 4 . 7 4 5 :ya gray- Lefr: Gill Mills shows great form. Below: Peter Poldiak fires one in ,lf-""'1'7f'f'xX I ff" 1' fitnlvn There. X Sluggers Pound Away car Pifches , r,.W ,, - V , f if , 5 'X' , ff ff 7 .f f ., xilfffa Wff V swf, aff9'4 W aw, ,UI , bm-P' iff ., X WW yy? ,V of g,5 +'lf6? -f' ' 74 I :, LSU!! Cll-lflff MIN The m b . R I Tommy Charpenlier, Stan Schroer, Jerry Browder, lveter Polcliak, Gill Mills, Marcel Lacrouimceri of The 1910-7.1 Baseball Team are Clsr roglfi-l.De?ng,onroiguiiDrniCkl Bobby Campbell, Roy Hyer, Bobby Marshall, Jnmmy Young, Bobby McNamara, Tgmm ' Osylpawlowslu' 'hmmlf Eagfanf l2n.d 'Owl Daw .Ima dd' M stri, Steve McGovern, Greg Cahill and George Hebbler. p. r Y Brenan, f3rd rowj David Gllyot, Jnmmy Snow, Brlan Klotz, E IE ae l I l 1 l 1 4 I l D l l u i r 1 . : l l l A l l l WiTh an impressive 94-14 record, Coach Bob Brown's UNO golfers finished The season by placing firsT in The lasT four TournamenTs and The Team compeTed in The NaTional Cham- pionship. Seasonal scores for inTercollegiaTe compeTiTion were a i9-4 duals record and a 75-lO TournamenT record. Com- peTing again in The Holiday-In-Dixie, and La. lnTercollegiaTe TournamenTs, The Team also parTicipaTed in The Murray STaTe InviTaTional, The CenTenary Classic, The Senior Bowl, The Tu- lane lnviTaTional, The CorbiTT Classic, and The Van Hook ln- viTaTional. Team capTain William Springer was The MosT Valu- able Player wiTh a 74.82 average over 35 rounds of compeTi- Tion, followed closely by Richard Gaille wiTh a 74.87 average. . ,-.fe '. . '14 'V Top right: Freshman James Blaise chips onto green from d Gaille winds up for one of The long drives Thai placejapirgrap. Above:.Rick 74.87 average. Borrom right: Jerome Gambino and rea .secind W'fh 5 Most Valuable Player wiTh a 74,82 m Caplam B'-l Spflngef, average' PVQPHVS To Tee off. C ,. X V , " ' - A - s L x - . , is 3 Qs' f ' f'xs"-.M 781: '.ir,9. f X . my , 1 , ai i W- 3.4.1.9 i:,.gyij,L f A X Ayr, I-C, ' I. A-,..E:'LkK.i,mg' TQURNAMENT COMPETITION: Murray State lnv. Centenary Classic Senior Bowl Tulane Inv. . Corbitt Classic Van Hook Inv. La, Intercollegiate Holiday-In-Dixie DUAL COMPETITION: LSUNO SCORE 24 384 290 15V2 303 314 314 314 384 384 375 19V2 307 382 382 383 383 379 379 385 364 389 389 Golf Record NAME NO. TEAMS LSUNO FINISH WON lg 4th 3 I3 2413 6 T 9 2? 2nd 5 3rd lOver-alll 18 12 1st lCollege Div.l 1 I 1st 1 1 9 1st ' 10 1st 8 OPPONENT OPPONENTS scoree Keesler A.F.B. 3 Won Loyola 398 Won Tulane 304 Won Loyola 'l'I1!2 Won So. Alabama 316 Won Nicholls State 310 LOST Tulane 327 Won Loyola 328 Won Southern Miss. 409 Won So. Alabama 415 Won Southern Miss. 373 Lost Nicholls State 7V2 Won Tulane 327 Won So. Alabama 407 Won Tulane 401 Won Kalamazoo 433 Won So. Alabama 408 Won Loyola 419 Won Kalamazoo 435 Won Illinois Wesleyan 450 Won Loyola 372 Won Loyola 383 Lost Tulane 381 Lost SEASON TOTALS: WON Duals 19 Tournament 75 94 LOST 3 1 3 1 2 0 O O LOST 4 1 O I 14 I t Q -V 1,12 I ' Bottom left: Coach Bob Brown- gives last minute golf tips before the teams tee off. Bottom right: With 2 f f X , 4 42 fy? Z . ,.:,A.,ig ' ' fffz ki? 5' -'1 a5?fi'ff,. 'w, , X. 1 . , I, , , , . I It determined expression, Mur- phy Trahan prepares to swing. 7 FWWN time ,-J-' ', I I l all I I I l Il I I I , K., I . av , I I A i , I I ff--W. I I -- I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II , I .Nl L I Z , I - ix, I ' l I I I Mn' mi 5 " I I ' I Members of the 1970-71 Golf Team are, from left To right fsfandingj: Eddie Selser, Stan Stopa, Randy Westover, COBCIW Bob Brown' Mlcllae a I 'I X' Gaille, fkneelingj are Joe Russo, Murphy Trahan, James Blaise, Bill Springer, and Jerome Gambino. I I I I III I- , . V lg I I I I I ani! I lllfl' I l l ,.., fe W-1f:pL,..-..,rr1ff I ll' , I i ,--fa , X ' i I Il 1 'IN 2' " I ' IH I I I ? I I Ii I I I I 2 I T i . I I I l I l ff-', www I xxx 'fwemm . Il I ,AAI I x . I I I I I "6" , ., , I I, M mf H-,I I A ' d teamma' ' I s s f ' -- . wn an i tan topa tees of in dual competition. Jerome Gambino pulls before onlooking Coach Bro 174 x, J, a XL ,I I, ,M I Il llc lll ilf 4 , HL i l 'i I , B l li i ' kwa. ' Q, Q if eelng Off i ll i ,l l ll l l : Q Q ll , il Q li , A li, l l, 'll I, , ll ,ill i ll l l" I l li, 1 li-3 , 9: lil 1, lr' 1:93 is il' ll N ill iv c ill. li. Il , gi, l l ,l il. , ll' Q lg: l , ,iii Tlll lil , if ll fbi lllll i llll I i u i ill ' fn B ,l , ' !"v y l l ll il l l lll i lll 1 lie ii: MN, l ,gil ' l ilill fill iw' ll l lpllu llll Top left: Advising James Blaise before competition is Coach Bob Brown. Above: Rick Gaille chooses club for next tee. Bottom left: :lf Stan Siopa addresses the ball before driving out of the woods. lgilli Q' l llqfl B 'N 1 f-,, i li H i 5',i I Il ll , N 'B A ,Mil lllil 'lifll 'll'll fill ,llklz llllzilix ,,.2.....gqgN,. f.i, 'iii W f I X Wjlll :lil ' I gl'1 i ,ip l jli' 7 li ll 1 ' Q LS Qs? T. Q1 ,INN - 4 f War R92 gf as-M . T - ' 33 I 3 9 +--W. 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A 7,7 ,s V ..,..., Nwma . in . ,,5s,J.., 1. gmc, ,gfiQ5.ff,.,f,Tf, ,iw.5K,v54??,g,!,,4ZW,1.5, ,I 4 T A 1 , , .T ' T . TT . , I T " M- 'T T-Cffiii 4, W ,, W wwf" ,.f. M ww ,, . ,N '- K. ., -., . :rf "T-. ,ff f Wu '-.,,, , . . T, . Wi'-4: df -'--enygpts. , M -.,., 5 Top yeh: Rick Sofolongo smashes a Tetum. Bottom left: Nile Gross stretches right: Win or lose UNO Tennis players right: Rick Sotolongo perfects forms in , ,,.-.u ,V ww the point on backhand refurn. Top demonstrate sportsmanship. Bottom practice meet. 77 Cheerleaders l 970-71 1 It ,W Y, E ,C l X 1 ,. , ,XA I M Xl, i Qt X X 2 W W I 4 1, Q' gif? I, 5 A l l . A, K 1 , J uLrlsl1UllN1l l OUISIANA STATE UNlVERSlTY lN NEW ORLEI l W W- V, ..,, 4 M, ,,+:, : f' " V mi l l T'S-.Qi':ffii"?"'?Siffii'l:23?-my-Sim .'., fi' ' .-"n.'-Wyig1f':z"-9-4 ' .bv-f.-..S, - E3Qi::"if39-H? 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Center 1 - -eer , f 1 0 - . - - ,,., ,W 5-1 . -- 1 K rrght: The crowd and cheerleaders anxrously watch a play an motuon. Bottom left: M fe' ,, Mit.,44Qf'2--Pwftfsvs ' QW. " ' - -' VV m,'A 5 M-G Julro Torres urges the crowd to cheer. Bottom rrght: Cheerleaders carry on, even lt l f 'T in the cold. Q Z ffm-nun-qr"" K -, 1 1 .,,, , , 'f Z9 2 Q 1 79 Q 1-i l l 1 l l l 1 1 W , 1 1 l 1 l l l 1 r 1 l 1 it 1 W 1 l 1 l 1 l l l 1 1 l, ll 1 l 1 1 il 1.1 1 ll. ,1- l ' 2 y l 1 1 1 r 1 1 ,1 l1 1 1 1 l ep, K -as ,.,. ax, Intramurals Year-round activity on the UNO campus is conducted by the Office of Intramural Activities under the direction of Coach Bob Brown, James "Jet" Smith, and Mollie Mc- Cullough. A vvide and varied program is provided for each student to have an opportunity to participate in organized individual and team competition for men and women. Some of these activities are football, volleyball, baseball, basketball, tennis, golf, and table tennis, etc. This year, through ability and sportsmanship, UNO cap- tured the title of State Intramural Football Champs. For the aquatic pleasures of students, faculty, and staff, the Intramural department operates the large UNO swim- ming pool on the East Campus. VW! I ffm 11, ,:- '- i I is-xSx.NN w . , ',,,,,.,-f-" xx ,,,, Vg., Q Nw,,,- lb? ,Sl 'Aw My , K: K, . . QW I u--V I -1 .. . - N. , Joll Y Jets, State Intramural Football Champions I9 ff .S 75? sw -V Tntramural Champions TOUCH FOOTBALL Men: Jolly Jets Women: Dogris at m 'U Q QZUQ35'-5539 :tZ0:3ggTI0mr-' F255-L9-M3393 :B -Im-Um .. m.. -43 jg .. O --ml. fv 0- 'E U'0 r- m 'il ' 3 'Q' 5? .0 g Q, 0- P. O 5 3 3 U1 YD Q. '4 Doubles: Jerry Tully and Nile Gros FOOTBALL FIELD MEET Phi Kappa Theta THREE MAN BASKETBALL Men: KKK Women: Fogcutters FIVE MAN BASKETBALL Men: Black Panthers Women: Fogcutters CROSSCOUNTRY Lawrence Anderson GOLF Tau Kappa Epsilon TRACK AND FIELD RATT FREE THROW CONTEST Men: Brown Gravy Women: PEMM SOFTBALL Men: Phi Kappa Theta Women: Dogris MIXED VOLLEYBALL Blue and White INTRAMURAL HALL OF FAME Men: Jim McCarthy Randy Turner Women: Sally Ford Linda Newchurch SPORTMANSHIP AWARD Men: Lambda Chi Alpha Women: Undecided ROBERT BROWN Coordinator of Intramural Activities I I 'EW ws' I i :smsszagw -: X ? I it Left: Assistant Intramural Coordinators Jet Smith and Molly McCullough take inventory. Above: The members of the Intramural Council are fist rowj Mollie McCoIIough, Angela Famiglio, Susan Staub, Linda Wilbur, I2na' IOWJ James McCarthy, Elmo Priest, Alan Russell, Johnny Ponds, and James "Jet" Smith. 4. ,f n M , . 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Ft . bil i 3 'qui 9 ""' 1 ,, if 'Eh 5 li Q yy- P l Debates and discussions are often held at weekly meetings. f L-- 0 .if " mill: Representatives, Carolyn Knaus and Fred Lay. . ft A Dale Langhoff and Merlin Villar, Representatives of Liberal Arts. ,ysfezwwsu , pw wh..- vouovuwwavvwnlunnv ' Standing: Kevin Walsh, President of LAg Sitting: Oswald Laporte, JD Representativeg Julio Torres, JD President. Ron Chapman, Vice-President of Liberal Arts. . tj:.j:Ef,,' ' ' Eclucallon Council: President. Kathy Rossi Vice-President, Cindy Kings- 197 'Wi l l I l l l l l 1 l l t l i i r . l l E s l t l t l i l l l i l i I s l l l i s l i E l l .J , A rt I , 4 SGA's ineffective status on campus seemed to change A with the election of controversial Ron Knowles. Speaker l programs such as Action '70 and the Drug Symposium 1 stirred interest among an otherwise apathetic student .body. Aside from the lecture series, SGA conducted rock concerts on' Friday afternoons, sponsored a benefit , . . dance instituted an ecolo de artment and resented Q I I the Arlo Guthrie concert. I l ,,.:w..p.,,g , ""W75f,:f'f .fl . ' f"... E wr- - f 'Q- Q' . A . J :fat V wg . " . ew V I .,' . I ,f V V ,L A viz. .wif 935. Y V . " i 'mam 1 - 1 4, -1' 2, 1. iffmi e 5 1 t -A 1. ytigz,-,'f ,wg 4' ' " A Lffkdfififffzffisy .Q .----"""""' f ,, 'g ' .., i . V i .1 , . ,f711'Q5?a?kit .,,,. ,. 1 as . K ---0--" , s V- I ,ii s , I, , 4 H, K ms' ,f -I I I X 2 srlgzfqiz '-""""' -A , ' 'A 5' -tt"' iff 3 - "" , - ' 5" v . ,ful 4 , ' g.. r at l slit? . 1. f . . . t it .... ll . f i , W f V- ...., A A .V 1 Ray Brady talks with Dennis Peterson, Junior Division Representative. Roland Vandenweghe, Financial Secretary, explains the budget. I l l i we MQ 1 41,5 -1' ox i l l l ll l l, 11 ki puff! at 'sf l I 6' "' l l l pl ,. ' fi i: ! l l l L O f l HONOR COUNCIL: Srandin : R b i Q o ert Drewes, H ld F - . - g ll 'lo' Shown: PGQQY Vicknair, Lionel Galway Denrilo D Ome' Emllfa M'lle'f JY-2 Sitting: Pat Manning, Glenn Reames, Modemlol' DDU :N t s annel, Patricia Reggie, Lynn Schott. 198 Kir 'Wav "W, -Wy' rats :ei .l t 1-.la ' llyllix l l X "Z .wil 'lll'-it l gillv' S' f 2 Big .- . .,. 11' 'fm M f' f4"" 12,7 .,.,.4f' ,. xv. lk 'T ,,,.f-fffss"'f'V Mr- ' ,,,4f,, ff-,W f' k, fi Student directories are distributed by SGA. 1 m"""Sf fig' fl 2x 9 af' ,, f' w i g ,fx Q tl .,.. lt M, Q ,. 9 '1's.":,,,,s 13" - if I :M L ' ff 1 f 4 ff' l Clay Drewes, Vice-President of Business Administration, Brady. hz: i ' 'l in . 7 discusses an issue with Ray Q. 1: , vgfsm--f:z,s, ,. W ' . r Spectators gather for the SGA pop fests held on Friday afternoons. Ron Knowles held public meetings of the SGA in the fall semester. , ,,,y I 1 ,.3' 2 . ill. Mm. ,NX k..,. l l f i 1 i l l l l 1 f l l L l :E ll il l i i l ll ,i l 1 l l l I l i i -2 l I ,l 1 is li il l Clil ' l i i i l 1 l l ll l l l ' 1 Q i l I9 l l l l l L, l ll l M E il ,il l li iz ,, l ll i ,t i li ll ll I-'r It ll ,t l l wi Vi l l l ii 2,-,f ,r,.! ,f l University Center l O O O Activities Progrcim Since the social as well as academic aspect of college is important, UCAP presents a variety of programs designed to entertain and stimulate UNO students. With the University Center as its focal point informal concerts, dances, and films are scheduled periodically along with standard programs such as "What's Brewing?", Cove, Spooky Spectacles, Bridal Fair, and Casino Nite. l Janet St. Pierre, Vice-President of Evaluations , fPersonneI Linda Hawkins, Vice President of Public Relations r? 3 E9 ll Il r C 5 ll.: 5 UCA r x M s Y? 4 , 2 l , Q' Km . M ig? 'Z Eli, ' ,gf 'wr ,, ,,.' "M , 4, ' .1 J ' ' 1, IA" Z? Left: Bafbafa HUlTlf1, Program Director Alias WW wry: Darlene Berggren, Program Advisor 3 , f'tmss.f V g .,.:.:1.LL": , Jw. , ' J., V 3 ' L ,dr 1. , g W , 41, ,, , ,Y . , , I W., , ..,.,,. . ., , . Y , , , . , 1 1 fr at ' 4L:,,?f4f1.',:ff'f,f, W W x7"'f15fi,,4.:l3,?f N. -W . , . f, f. , M. W f ,, ,qw yr five. 'nxr . , . , . , ' fa,,1'.1'- , J ""4'. vi x ":." vw 4 . . P provides noontime entertainment in the University Cen The Hospidec Committee of UCAP annually sponsors a Christmas window painting contest. .xx i l 1 l l l 11. i i L i l Q i l 1 l i it a ii at i, to M l l,i i, l ii it i F Ji i it lg- !!-I ' I J I I I I I II' I I I I I I I I I I. Ii II3 I? II II I II II I I I I I, I: I. I I I I . I S I I 'i' I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I Cove performers give a preview of their show to be featured later. I I Il III Patricia Peyton, Entertainment II Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I ,,AiU"" I I ! I I II I I I I. II I .I I I I I I I I II . 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R l I I I I l I I H I Bonnie Rauschkolb models a wedding gown as bridesmaids Cecelia Raymond and Nancy Seglund look on. 3 I I I I, I 1 I I 'ISL .1 II I I 1LQi I It J , I I I fi I I fl I Il I I . ' 4 I I I ' I Cecelia Raymond and Pam Cervini model the latest fashion in sportswear I X X . ,,,. ' mon , - . . i Flf IBS II A model wears a l:Jridesmaid's gown during 'he Bridi a I show. 204 ,M""' , vfikffffl 44' l i , , Q ' l ' i wwf T l Q f' Yi t l A local merchant, hosting a display at the Bridal Fair, is reflected in one l' . My V of his trays. 'N Cheryl Wayman, Omnibus l l l i l if ,A lg fi il l ll- ll le ,l, is ' -li , ,N- , Harold Grant, a Scholar-in-Residence, was one ,l of the featured speakers at What's Brewing. 'lr i J l l ll Exhl' l-eleune, Dean Masingill, and James Bentley talk as Marty Phillips, chairman of What's Brewing, l PGVSS coffee for them. 1 l l l l l l l 205 QBQXN-N V ri rY,, Y, , , , W, , .YV 7,7 ,YYY N- , -..ne --yr S916 :ng th Accounting Assocnatlon thus y ar were ffucers Frances Whntmore treasurer P trlcta Grady lst vlce presldent Emme semester president Albert Autnn fall semester president Mary Jean Emerson 2nd vlce president and Robert Bevelacqua secretarY- Accounting Association . ortu order to acquaint nts member wlth the orfccounm lable In the field of accounting, the LSUlIl1OdeaIm I socnatnon presented a program everY mont en To e a ountmg In todays world Lectures Were QW ntm un f acC0U e the economlc Impact and Importance o e eo ed to lend to the W ,mf Www' M-ff 'X . . , ,ff-"""'M' J 4 W , I , ga- X A ,,,...v-f' Z . fwrff l I TJ Alpha Psi Omega The members of UNO's chapTer of Alpha Psi Omega Took parT This year in many major proclucTions of orig- inal or self-adapTed plays. An honor socieTy for Those who have accomplished a high goal of excellence in educaTional TheaTre, Alpha Psi Omega works To de- velop The culTural values evolving from college TheaTre. 207 mfr rj L ' I l T , T 4 i l l T i i i I . X T, Alpho Theto Epsilon T l f Serving the purpose of singling out exceptional students T l for distinction, Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor Society contributes ' l T to the intellectual lite on the campus and provides a meeting l T ground where students ot more than average ability can get T y to know each other. l l Alpha Theta Epsilon sponsored the annual Honors Day - y program on campus, attracting over 900 local high school l l juniors and seniors to the UNO campus. The society also f I i sponsored a campus wide meeting with Mayor Moon Lan- ffl' , I 3 drieu this year. Other activities in which the society partici- PV 1 pated were Spooky Spectacles, Winter Wonderland, a meet- 1 ,T l ing of the candidates for SGA president, and intramural -'-i - I ,i k sports. :"f i l l 1 i T 2 T T l l I i 1 ii l l i lj T i gi i T will l i il T i l rl lyl T ll 'L N t 5 il 1 ll 4 T I f 1 ll rm ' 'L-T T l My T l i we , T i l The officers of Alph Th T E -1 T T T l and T0mmY l0el1f1, rgpfeseegtatlgje-ZlllaarZje.Don Wllllams' president? JOY Mefidier, treasurer: Brenda Parker, secretary? Pafflfila HU9he5f Vl'e'plesldll ii , T I i l T 1 l l T l li in ll ll, T i ti i my T l il l l 20 Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi, a national professional accounting fraternity comprised ot honor students, was added to the roster campus organizations this year. Founded in 1919, Beta A psi presently consists of about 80 chapters and more 34,000 members. Membership is open to students with a average in all subiects and an average of 3.0 in accoun ' c0Ur5eS. The UNO chapter initiated thirty-six charter mem 6 Pt e' X l tthe spring installations. lpha than 2.5 ting bers a P a Ps: were Frances Whitmore, treasurer, a Vx, off' lcers of Bel Al lt ' ' - P tricia Grady, vice-president, Emmett 209 I? I-1, ff- II Il I I I Il II I I -I I I Il I I II II II II I II il I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3.-' v I I I I I I I I I I II III 'I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I II I I I I Ill: Ifliil 'I I I III I. II ' :III II ' III Il I'i I I IWI1 I 5' I I I' I I1 I I. I I II I II I I' l 'I III' .I II III I I I I Ii III III I I I IE Ili liwm III III II II III I III' III III II III III fl 'I I I. II II II Ii II II 210 II I -Lg Beta Beta Beta y The Kappa Chi chapter of Beta Beta Beta Biological Society, affiliated with the AAAS and the AIBS, is one of 225 chapters of the national organization. In its third year on campus, Tri Beta attempted to stimu- late interest and scholarly achievement in biological sciences, to encourage research, and to promote dis- semination of biological information. Activities this year included various speaker programs, field trips, tutorial service, and electron microscope instruction by Dr. Manuel Ibanez. GI-IIdIn9 Bela Befa Befa IIIIS Year were officers, Steve Cairns, president, Bill Donovan, vice-president, Jack Scariano, treasurer and Dennis RIedIIn99I 'III Not shown, Joyce Hays, secretary. A sq, I . I ' -gr, I I ' J I IS f X "I 1, I .Ig-,iw I. lui! X '-iw Ir If lr. s ,2 r in Ill, r x r 1 ,l r l l l ,X YV- Block Student Association If we as a people are to survive, we must create stimulate, build and teach. We must create new stand ards, mentally and physically in the Black community stimulate knowledge and appreciation of our culture build our black community and the black world, and teach our people strong national consciousness and Pan- Atrican pride, for we are an African people. I I , I I I i I I it I I i I I I 'I il I li II "I .III I l III II! X l I i I I I . I I,. III' I II 'I I If II II II LII I ,I III .IU I N Il' .yll EI I II Il- iI I 217. Circle K Circle K Club of LSUNO, men's service organization affili- ated with Kiwanis International, strives to promote leadership through responsible action and a sense of pride for one's community. As a service organization the club's efforts are directed towards activities aiding campus and local levels. Some of this year's proiects included manning polls for Student Gov- ernment elections, working in coniunction with the Ecology Club to sort bottles and plant trees, serving as tutors at Kingsley House, painting the recreation room at Variety Chil- dren's Home, and staging a talent show with Fortier High School for the children at Gumbel Home. Th ff' ' - e o Icers of Circle K were Richard Fahr, tre s - J 5 I . . . V. em, Viwpresidenl. - a Ufeff 09 OTC, SGCVGTBYY, Lawrence Eustis, president, and Cary IHC ClRCLE if . I X .......-en C-X q I, CoU und temP resol romote interest in world issues and affairs, CIRUNA the To P . f C51 on International Relations and United Nations Affairs, has n erfaken a program of lectures and movies dealing with con- Orary problems. Working to find solutions and to pre-gem U1i0ns to the public, CIRUNA actively strikes at public apathy. rs-66? vtifilf 1 of CIRUNA are Mr. Hakes, faculty adviser, Sharon Robinson, secretary-treasurer, Andrea Roane, vice-president in of International affairs, Bob Carvaial, president, and George Koshel. cxnun Council cm 'hill Relations f and United Nations Affairs United Naiitbni. ?"7?'Ir , , 1: 5132 , ,f "J-...fr TJ 213 w. . l r 4 i l i l l i I I i it l l i i l l it l l i l 4 5 i i l i i l , l l ,i il 'xi i l l l F . Q 214 . i Delta Epsilon Delta Epsilon was chartered for the purpose of developing and stimulating the minds of those interested in the field of mathematics and of acquainting mathematics majorswhh many opportunities available to them upon graduation. Each year at the Ho-nors Convocation, the Delta Epsilon Disiin, guished Achievement Award in Mathematics is presented lo the graduating senior who has not only maintained a high average in mathematics but also has helped to promote mathematics in the university community. 1 Plilli itll Slllllllli ' '-. f:m::mw'.41fmwx.f W f . I , , ,- rW"'4'f ,ff 454: , t vw 1 rv, 2, , Q 5. ' K , df., , 3 y , V , i 1 W a, fwqf I rift. ft r f ,, My . 1 ,yyq , e officers of Delta Epsilon were Mariorie Per 1 . . n seCf9farY' ez, reasurer, Lester Ralston, vice-president, Carolyn Redding, president, and Mary Anderso , 5-rf lllliiii ithewm . . if lf lllillimgql llfa lhtmwl i lf. Warsl 'N nk il ' , fr L 1 Delto Kcippci Delta AKA, or for short, Med Tech Club, is tor all prospective Medical Technologists at UNO. Visits to various hospital labs and several guest speakers help to construct the views ot what a Medical Technologist really does. I '14 a " ?"f'3':'3,r4,' I 5 I' 2t f 4 'ia Qsfi - f 5 f, " ' ',fi1fQ'71'f , I 1 W f , 1 as li ' -. 'Wi 'ft' l -, 1 ,i'f5Z5'i'fffiifg-X-'A X . , ' r , , z , --..HS fx . i. J I l I , Yl - E 4 j ifgy ii Q ' 1 Rx .1 ' fx-at i' f A' g - N " TN cc.cc J iff' .f,-ffl? i. 215 ,lx i i I I l i li 'l ia l i l i it is l V l T i 5 Hi" f A Deltci Phi Alphci As stated in the Preamble of the Constitution of Delta Phi Alpha, National Honorary German Fraternity, "Delta Phi Alpha seeks to recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship. The Fraternity aims to promote the study of the German language, literature, and civilization, and endeavors to emphasize those aspects of German life and culture which are of universal value and which contribute to man's eternal search for peace and truth." Activities included the presentation of the German film comedy "Das Wirtshaus im Spessart" and a Wein und Kase Christmas Party. W-vpn. , , 5.52.19 A72 lm M-,Mu .,.,,,.., . ,ii ul 3 f if IX Geology, fhe Earth Sciences, is a mixture of mathematics, biology chemis- and physics all coalesced by the overwhelming dimension ot time: the Hy' ation ofthe Earth's natural history. lt has been said that "the real Cla szgnrglis Oufsidef get into it." Over thepast two years the Geology Club hsass M gonsored field trips to Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Colorado, Vsyomingl and Mexico. The Club presents an active program of professional Uest Speakers, and colorful faculty lectures. Numerous keg parties and Qther Social events, round off the Club's activities and programs 0 . I C., Q I K 47 'Viv The officers of the Geology Club are George Moate, President, Archie Martin, Secretary-Treasurer, Willis I. Twyman, Vice President. W'--.W Q V V, 1, X , f ' ' gl""f ' L NL , ' is 1 'ik L viva -, VA J fsiingqzl 4+-1 f'1f"t"",s I 5 f"'!.'l1P-, 72 21 7 N I l l l I I l I 5 l l l l I l i I I I I I l l I l l I I I I l I l l I l I l l l l l I I I l I l I I l l l I l I I .r'-"7 is Eff I I I I I I I III ll I llI III I I Il X MI 'I II If Il It I E I Il ' II II ,Ill III I I I Il I I I I' II II I I I I I I II I II I I I, I I I I I I II II' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I QI 3 I II It III I' ggljx I I - I I I: I I l I I l I, ' - I I I I Q III gl I I'I I i lt , l I I I I I I I I Q "I I I I I, I l Il 1' I I I I I I I,I I I I I I I I I l' i llII - IMI I - I I II T I I I I I I I I -I I I ll I I I ' II I I Il I. I I I I I I I I I I 45' I I I 218 g I.E.E.E. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is an internationl organization of practicing professional engineers from around the world The purpose of the UNO student branch of the I.E.E.E. is the disseminafici of knowledge of the tlfteory and practice of all aspects of electrical en . neering, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or the relal arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional devel nnent of the student. Activities of- the year included numerous guest I tures and films. Presentation of student papers concerning research proiel , and participation in a national student paper contest in Virginia. . . . . . A Treagurel anizung activities for the l.E.E,E. were Clark Fuller, Jr., chaIrman, Steve Stumpf, vice-chairman and secretary, and Gary Pafkeff l v--V vf v , - Q lull lilllilll ll will Eleci. O """"'-Q.-...,,,bmwmHmM D-M..W,A-.,,,,,,,, llhe officersof Les Efudianfs are Mirna Alonzo, SecreTary, Susie Ulmo, President, Carol Vernace, Vice President, Arlisa Dasilva, Treasurer, Dr. John PerreT, ModeraTor, ChrisTine Beck, President- sx 5 5 O T - S can 5 , 2 -,LC , 'es' nec, 1 '. f,1'Xv.f'1f:' av' , e,..,a,,s,.. ., 'fi - ,, ,.. N , , ' 47-"T 1 I 1lj',,.v" . nfjff .QLQH ax 2 sz' 'K' "'.' ,'."'CX S A , A at -'ii' ig N .X X .inf 1 h , H314-5:11 .,.,, N 0 A' gl l ' r es ETudiclnTs Les ETudianTs, UNO's French Club, works To insTill an inTeresT in The French language and culTure. ln addiTion To TuToring French sTudenTs, The c ub acquainTs The' members wiTh The varied aspecis of French life and The culTure of The people of France. AX- ! , N :X -',I:xr,:4:i4J?,- .. .. , 1 is gay 1 if 'fxiifi VL ,- 4,1 X ax F ,,,,.c, 1 , , ' X X iq N ' ss :C if """wi' H new Y QMA N I I ,jg W-AA.. 219 l l l 1 l l l l . l l l T l 1 i l r l l 1 l l 1 r l l l l 1 l l l ll l li l ll 4 l l l l 1 l I l l l l l l l l s l T T T l l l l 4 l ,fr Y.: ,.,-f Q I ll' sf!-F-ff ' I.. I l I V I 1 li I li I ll I I 1 I , , I- ll ,l I I I I I. l l , ll i 1 ll II li ll ll I ily QI ,I I I ll'l It l I fill I Il I il W It ll I l I I' ,, I lil' llllly 1 llffl l I Ili lvl I it I iw I lil I Ill I -,a I I I ll I i I ly 'l Il I IQ I l 220 MBA The Master of Business Administration Student Association is in its third year of existence at UNO. As the representative organization for MBA students, the Association strives toward increasing communication with both faculty and the com- munity. wr 7 f ww f ,- 1. W ,gk l rim ' 2 ri i Q I I I I I I I I it I I ,, ' nga," U Lk- it A 1 ll , it Wt an wa 6 , 6 .tf, ,WM-f , V ,, f ,fmwzf sidfnll D' ' I -f . iscussing pans or MBA were Glenn Hayes, professional vice president M I I f n social vice-pre and Jimmy Norris, secretary, , anue Aarcon, Treasurer, Bob Ellis, president, Ernsf WC-'oe I I l -- ,E V. 4' wi- 4,'i-'giaqi f 34 A 'f'lf75' , . D ,Al 1 'lj if P 'zu' ' ,X '1 if ,YI 1 i V, l ll 1' jf, A. Tl- " "H W' X .O if., Condugring affairs for the NAACP are officers Kseatedl Shermarr Butler, treasurer, Greg Manin president, fstandingl E. Craig, vice-president, and Joan Polete, secretary. NAACP Striving for the betterment and advancement of Black students in academic, cultural, and social fields, the UNO chapter of the NAACP worked to create a close-knit effective organization. Whether collecting money for "Thanksgiving in the Ghetto" or sponsoring an Easter Egg hunt for the under- privileged children of the community, NAACP di- rects its activities toward establishing understand- ing and brotherhood in society. Cfxx r- M, J of l. ,As Y' 1 it Nerieds Dedicated to assisting the faculty, administration, and stu- dents ot UNO at school sponsored activities, Nerieds, the Wornen's Honorary Service Organization, strives to provide student service and aid. Membership is open to iunior and senior women possessing a 2.5 scholastic average, and who have participated in university functions and activities. The organization is directed by Dean Martha Wickett. i Y fs ffrl .am The officers of Nerieds are: Sharon Coryell, President, Patricia Grady, Vicle President, Debbie McClain, Secretary-Treasurer, Brenda Parker, Membership Chairman. 6 'N -9" llli 'Z i cw 1: 'I ,J 11 AAF f nw ww-J' vang, "' X I X Q 0 ' lb X Ax X 'S 3 5 I f? Q4 1. 9 1 f4!Q '55'y ig? ,, :gr 7 " fff ,f fi 1 f W f f fl X W f . ,v,.,,: 7 9, y , Z ,M , vi f if f , 0:7 N A1, , , Q WL W5 ., f 3 Cmicron Delta Kappa Formerly Mu Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Na- tional Men's Honorary Leadership Society, received its charter at an installation ceremony this year. Its membership includ- ing undergraduates, graduates, and faculty, is dedicated to recognizing outstanding leaders of the university, fostering the continuing development of responsible campus leader- ship, and maintaining effective university communication. v,,0f,.. ug X1 223 24 Cpus Musicus Membership in UNO's Music Club, Opus Musicus, is open to all students interested in music and music appreciation, regardless of their academic field of study. Lectures, recitals, and concerts are on the agenda and promote participation in the varied as- pects of music. W 7 ,f-,W .7 fur , K Leading the Music Club are officers Jerrel Powell, president, Constance Friclien. treasurer, Sheryl Buccola, vice president, Janet Sims, secretary, Mary Ann Bulls, sponsor. i . , of s""','w Y?" i N' af? 3' f' . If 5 Q W e O Q I A g 0 9 Q 's O 9 ,sl " i it as -.. If mi 1 , , Q .- ,, Q in W Q ls 24.1 Mm 0 K' wil lg 4 K f 9 M-Q t f if it is 1 ff f 0 1 , X ,B , Q , ,4 gf for 1 X 'The officers of PEMM are Mona Weber, vice-president, Angela Famiglio, Corresponding Q aryp fstandmgj Ann LoCascio, recording secretary, Linda Wilbur, president, and g n Breen, historian. PEMM As a part of the Louisiana Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, PEMM is a professional organization for those interested in sports and related activities. PEMM members assist in Varsity athletics and the Junior Olympics Trampoline Championships as well as sponsoring an annual Senior Day for high school students. As a climax to the year's activities, outstanding PEMM members are recognized at the annual awards banquet. l 'T' ,J f f , , ' ,ff f . L, 25 1 1 S 653' li - li 1 1 P 1 1 1 1 1 i i i' l Ph' E S' 11 1 to lgmci 1 'y Founded at uNo in May, 1967, Phi Eta sigma H encourages and recognizes high scholastic attain- 1 1 m 1 1 f r A A v Z . I 1 1' 1 i i ,H ment among the freshman men at UNO. Minimum requirements for membership are a 3.5 average or higher on the work of the first regular semester or the entire freshman year. Mfr hail f-in W4 F Mm NV ., 3 a 1 in i 1 11k 1 i iiiii -'Li' .D .i i i 1111 1 f"Ai ,1 'ii M 1li'Q.1i 1 i 1 '-1 121 1 1 . is ' i f ji! i1 11 ii I ! !i l1i '1 i 226 ' ,W T, 15' " John Honey, treasirgf of Ph' Efa Slgma are Barry Matrana, secretaryg Brnan eng Conducting a me f' . , , V . an, presidemf X :ff ,rw 4: , I , officers of The Physics Club are: L Treasurer: Pat Lestrade, President. ion elG 'vihsuqgy alway, Vice-Presidentp Diana M. Watkins, Secretary- f Psi STor Psi Psi STar Psi, The name of The Physics Club aT LSUNO is a maThemaTical expression from quanTum mechanics which symbolizes The clubs involvemenT wiTh The real world as seen from The scienfificy viewpoinT. Through informal seminars led by TaculTy members and club-sponsored social evenTs, all mem- bers of The physics deparTmenT come To- geTher To meeT and Talk on a personal and professional level. The club is also afTiliaTed wiTh The naTionally recognized SocieTy of Physics STuclenTs, as members of The Amer- ican lnsTiTuTe of Physics. f,, , ,,,, .ff if ff f f 1 W f f 4, mLAs,. .lf ,,,f ff. 1 ,f of X 1 if 2 f 1 'ie WM 227 X-gif Thx S r li f,-14 f1"i' 11 ll 11 l l l ll ll t 1 f 1 l l l ll' lt, l 1 1111 1 gl l 1Kl l 'l'l 1 1 I, filll 1 !-V1 1 yll'11t11 11 11 l 1 l xl ill l1 ll . lt. l Us ,1 1 1 1' ll: V l l nl l ey: .. IA! 22 Student Sociologicol Society The Student Sociological Society at Louisiana strives "to meet the clear need on this campus for an organization by means of which students may assemble to investigate, analyze, and discuss the causes and effects of sociological behavior, institu- tions, movements, and problems, to foster high standards of scholarship and research through in- dependent proiects and group association, and de- velop a greater understanding of community life and a deeper sense of social purpose. Besides sponsoring two successful field trips, the organization had several guest speakers at its general meetings. Along with these educational activities, the organization sponsored three social gatherings for the faculty of the Sociology Depart- ment as well as the students of Sociology. V V Officers for the Sociological Society were Virginia P l. . - o AC? . . z , preS'denf, Alyce Jefferson, presldem. Carol Coloto 1 zuo, treasurer, Peter Castelluccio, vice- five to the LA Council. , n, secretary: and Marie Gros, Sociolo QY Representa- Y l 1 1 t l l 1 l l 1 1 l 1 ! l l l 1 l 1 1 l l 1 l l l 1 I l E 1 1 l 1 1 l 1 l 1 l I l SNEA Velopmg an unclersTancling of and an appreciaTion for De aching profession is The primary purpose of The STuclenT theftenal Education Association. Issues on The LEA-LTA merger, Na IO sludenl' in The pu tional infol' teacher panels, and films on The Teaching siTuaTion blic school assisTed The SNEA in presenTing educa- mation aT iTs monThly meetings. 'T' L , T, l ll, 5l 6 1 Z -Q , , ,I i v f'ZiW.'XG:Y"f5s H . .T .c.. Xi Xsfx ,s-.fr f gs .. - A as? M X ,N QA, . Xxx ,X .ggx1.1fvs2.1E2g1 if V T" ' ...K r T - , , - d Gre or Barras, president. he officers of SNEA are Mrs. Mallory Noonan, vice-president, Barbara Ehrhardr, Treasurer, an 9 Y D-XX, ,YW H X, i I f , , 229 l i r i l l i l Y l i I i l . i 1 l l I l l l l l l l i l l u l I, I Q, i H l 1 .l ll li za E l l 5 i T i l l l l I l T, 1 l l i l l l i l l l l l l l l l ,lr AQ Stcirlettes Whether marching in a Mardi Gras parade or performing at an UNO athletic event, the Star- lettes exhibit a combination of grace, poise, and talent. Under the direction of Dee Boyd, the Star- lettes have been featured performers at the Spring Fiesta and Sugar Bowl parade while the special show group participated in the Mobile Jazz Festi- val. v 1 2 ,.- , 7:2-W The members ot the Starlettes are Lory Ritter D b ' . . 1 b D Terry Martnnolich, Janie Monteleone, Linda Gonzaliz Il:ranlJ1!mlEleftlilElY Martin Danne ue b one ebble Delaney Debbie Kelly Karen que ' O A Daman ne sv' Q 'M is., f ,YJ M4 wi The Young Republican officers are Pam Hathewayf Ellen Schmidt, secretary. vice-president, Bill Allerton, president, and Young Republicans The Young Republicans of UNO have been gral part of campus and community politics since its organization in 1964. The campus outgrowth of the Republican party provides a youth task force to determine and to implement specific programs which will foster the development of a two party sys- tem within the campus community. During the past year the YR's at UNO have rallied campus support for the Nixon admin- istration. With the successful withdrawals from Vietnam and the Nixon administrations success in lowering voting age requirement, the Young Republicans campus support has doubled. an inte ,u-unvnuauq, 4 fy M, be f l l l 5 I l l 2 i l i l l i n l l l 1 i ,if .f .1 QP The Driftwood , 57: .gr W ,gf t , Wg '.,, ,'-- ' , , ' 1 1. . Top left: Mike Fazzio, Business Manager. Top right: Joe Manguno, fall semester editor-in-chief. Bottom left: Bill Rappold, sports editor. Bottom right: Bruce Badon, spring editor-in-chief. . 4 mf W, A 5' : t tv K, V M! : BK" E 1 , aff' 7 Naiiigflf NX- X XX i ft .26 If 'Pi' If, ' '4',43352'fCt 1 3 5 'V ' 5J',,'e WSF' f ' : ' ' J? ZW? .' -W Iwi! f .f ZW . " ' ' V 3 'W f ' if 'Lf ' 535 4? , ' f G :W 4 4 I WZ f we 1, Mfwff5?izf.'i ly! ,Wa M if ' A 6 X 4 1, 1 i 4 f 4, Z ,fr , ti . f Wag . ,rf 4 . , 'ii f' A ,iayyw - fs, ., eff I Mrf' , M, X Top left. Joe Leyden, feature editor. Top right: Sue Wagener, news editorg Liz Jorgensen, news editor. Center: Denis Milliner, fall semester executive news editor. Bottom left: Dan Faianga, assistant news editor. Bottom right: Ed LaRoSe, managing 9d,iT0V- rr '51 234 2' 2 ,A if N S 5 f Mm-1 0 1 5. ' 4 . A dc 1 I ,,LA . 's N Q' 3 U L! k j, K aw Q1 4 -',.. K T, WW Top lefr: Bill "Tiny,, LaGrange, photographer. Top ,ight W photographer and art edrtor. Borfom lfr- J' : ayne Catalafw, Bon l hr: A d . e . um Burgard, Darkroom Magician. Om rig n rew Borsseau, phofograplqerh ,pf 01' WW 4.17, if I I I ,, nf Y 5 S Q, I N 5 , IM-I VW' I, II I. I I I I I Photography cmd Darkroom ,I 7, Q7 1 5 ,, W "Ig, "li, X X X 'Alai ,J Y' ,WW Iii 'M 'Y' , I 1 fgffw 'M ALFHIE c2i...??'?I?f Xa To ,eff Alphie Hyorth photographer. Top right: Jane Boulen, DRIFT WSOD :and TRIDENT pI1otographer and assistant darkroom magician. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II Ii ,I II I I I I I I I I? QI 'I 'I II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I x 235 I I I ,-Lf 0 Tri i "i 1 , 5 . i i I i it ii i 7 , I i ii yi 36 Top left: Jo Ann Vix, classes editor. Top right: Kathy LeJeune, as- sociate editor. Center: Cecelia Raymond, Greek editor, Denise Maher, and Jackie Sparacio. Bottom left: Freddie Gilmore, fall semester copy editor. Bottom right: Karla Gilmore, editor-in-chief. if 'T M... SS, - cttv r ,.,ss,,x ,,f -- A E '4S:5'SYfw 'M -A '+'N,1aLi1.s.s -' . fi-2, Q i X1 .s If - --"7-+-+ ..p,.... 1' 4 1 Q-+-I' - F. 12- 3' ' Q , -fi-55'.g'!'I A i e 4-'Y'-:.'!'.f, . n nl- - .nt A , ,V tT+. 1 . . - c,, 5 ,dl K. 7 wb ' ,gr H ..,, ff Q-1 375: , , - iw! do 1 WJ' 'ae f, -. X s. I So W f . X ,, f :fi Q! S , ug Q'-c-, ,y as Q "' f gmt. ii I . X , an A,hf'x 'H' 4 ,Q -,. ,ww wvgeffnf V- , 1 f 'fue-'!1,:ff::z9"f5Av?2245 'Q ,L-g,2,gy5,, ,52m, , W , ,. ,,. ,. I ef Ah-,dll -fM.,,,M,,,,, ',""9'-ibwvu. 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AZFI Delta Sigmct Pi Delta Sigma Pi is one of the leading and most prominent fraternities in the professional fields. Its purpose is to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholar- ship, social activity and the association of stu- dents for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation be- tween the commercial world and the students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture in the civic and commercial welfare of the community. While Delta Sigma Pi is first and foremost a professional fraternity, it recognizes the need to organize its group life, especially to promote professional competency and achievement in business administration and commerce. The highlight of the year is the annual "Rose Formal" held in honor of the chapter's sweet- heart court. Clay Drewes Robert Drewes Michael Fazzio James Guidry Frank Illing Robert Lewis Bobby Morrison Daniel Nolan Scott Nuebel Ralph Oster Elmer Poche Terrel Rhoton Darryl Sicarelli Claggett Upton Roland Vandenweghe Stephen Villavaso Everett Waguespack Johnny Weiss Charles Vodanovich President Skip Miller Vice-President Kenneth SperlinQ Secretary David Doyle Treasurer Paul Adam Dean Allison Raymond Baudier Alan Boner Richard Burkart Louis Calato Kenneth Civello Thomas Clark David Dizinno .,w..,,. Suzanne Kerth Pam Mathes Darlene Mender Nancy Rafferty Pam Rohrbacker Rhonda Rolfs Leigh Traverse Joe Anne Turner Cynthia Tummine Theresa Zimmer Suzanne Cambre President Janice Morforcl lst Vice-President Gail Martello 2nd Vice-President Margaret Martel Recording Secretary Patricia Grady Corresponding Secr Freddie Gilmore Treasurer Barbara Danahay Pledgetrainer Kay Fowler Chaplain Donna Higgins Historian Alma Hammett Sponsor Dr. M. M. LeBoeff Ilo Sponsor etary X Phi Chi Thetci The Beta Iota Chapter of Phi Chi Theta, na- tional vvomen's business fraternity, was found- ed on LSUNO campus on October 12, 1963 with the purpose of promoting professional competency and achievement in business ad- ministration and commerce among women. Group life among the members is fostered professionally by tours of leading N.O. busi- ness firms, guest speakers and socially by date parties and an annual Lavender and Gold formal held each spring. Karen Arnold Roseann Delaney Joanne Delger Josie Gange 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 11 XI 1 1 1, II 51 1 11 111 ' 1 1 111 111 111 15 Il 1 1 1 1 E1 11 11 11 ,1 11 11 WE 1,11 ' 1111 11 1111 1 11111 11 , I 1 . ,, 1 15 1 1 , 1 1 I I i 1 2 E M1 I 1 1 X I 1 if, 11 Q mf 11 1 1 115, 1' ,M 1 I if 11 11 I 1 'I 1 I 11 11 1 3 1 240 4 gy gr' i i l l , i I l l ,GS is. Greek Life One of the active constituents of student participa- tion on campus is Greek life. Greeks strive for public and social relations among people. Seeking to unite all in the bonds of brotherhood, they promote activities and events for any student interested in taking part in the many aspects of college life. 'ws V ? c N ., .. -, S ---mfww t. ,, , , .ss .s . Y ' """""wMM M ,,,...M-+1-mav'vl"""" . ..,s X A ,MW-we sr .Qu in - -:N . K t s c f- fi' ft -k,- '- ' , .,,s Hiqqxssws ' M Wwvii, ,--- Q , '- V X' N Fi A K 1 1 R X :3mggg1gy.,... W... : fa 1 fc x - ' ' X I K g V 1 G, 'X ...ana--a-ll-" fs ss , 3. s.. ,I , V, 1 yt' .QQ I. . .1 H ,.,M...,c...v.W.A...,..mM.,.....-...s ,, . , A, . , , af' ,.sfi.iX Jc ,. - - l., 44 5 1 -swf . E ' 'fs 'X Ea' itil-in-.1 hw-runnin: g X 3 W In K 5 - f , ' """""' is-1 . 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W 1- : , A aaaileie'-Z41'3'?11:1' interfrciternity Council Working to promote interfraternity relations, the IFC deals with representatives from each Greek organization, attempt- ing to unite the brotherhoods of each fraternity and to explore the problems of social rivalry. aw 1 -Q we if IF1- ,iff , f if ,,,a.-M 'T' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 1 l I 1 3 l r l l Panhellenic on Pcircide I l Representating and uniting the tive sororities ' on campus is the UNO Panhellenic Council. As its name suggests, Panhellenicworks toward pro- tl i l l i L l l moting sisterhood among all sororities as well as lhelffc acting as the main governing body during Rush. totals ln keeping with its goal of stronger unification, F , I """""""'fM" ,, . ,, . 'N inilywi Panhellenic on Parade was held to introduce A, l the new pledge classes and allow members from hi all sororities to become better acquainted. til Q lhe members of the Panhellenic Council are: front row: Janice Becker, Corresponding Secretary, Susan Dileo, Recording Secretary, Nancy Bauer, President, 1 lindaHawkin5, Vice President, Barbara Perry, Treasurerg second row: Pam Cervini, Pam Folse, Robyn Evans, Kathy Tartaglia, and Geraldine Pitford. l I l A y , , lil i ,,l 'ij haw I i l' l l P i 1 l . , 5 4 X t 1 I l P e ' I . ' l i il L l l l f "':: g l it f l H i - i l rf.. l l M Wlqap , 5 W i I WI, ,. 7 l l i l 243 5 1 A ,-if-ff I id -W , v A 1 i 1 l l i f-sf - 'e.:.:.x:w'2.xz-:museum nxxxgmgng.. AEA Alpha Xi Deltci Alpha Xi Delta has enjoyed a rich and prosperous year on the LSUNO campus. The members are active in SGA and UCAP as well as honor, service, and professional organiza- tions. AZD girls add charm, personality, and service to the Drama Department and the Starletts. The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta were proud to have one of their sisters as LSUNO Sweetheart. AZD's actively supported the Heart Fund proiect and the March of Dimes Pledge Walk. An Hawaiian Luau, a Cheese- Tasting party, and the annual Blue and Gold Ball are only a few ofthe many social activities enjoyed by Alpha Xi Delta. The Delta Epsilon chapter of AZD is proud of the contri- butions its members have made to the LSUNO campus. Through love and service we will continue to be a vital part of campus life. Claire Moncada President Pat Peyton Vice-President Peggy Stumpf Membership Chairman Mollie Sulzer Pledge Trainer Jeanne Monte Treasurer Janet St. Pierre Recording Secretary Linda Hawkins Corresponding Secretary Cherie Baudot Joyce Bordelon Janet Calo Gloria Campo Ruby Catoire LYnn Danielsen Lynn Dennis DebbY Duplessis Donna Eden Ill . X, ff M., By 15 "'T"""v ,sa 5 N-on 'ff' iii f,'x fb-Q asm- V-X. dw- X l l l -V, l l Wm... 'Nu-WcL'.7' N14 13.55-. lv-N Www' www! R! X S' '-n-....,.. N .lx Allrson Young Anna Haskins Gloria Hawkins Glenda Hembree Christy Kopcke Kathy Martin Mafgaret McAuliffe PEllI'lCl6 Monqada Janie Monteleone Rachel Nelson Debbie Pace Mary Ann Pastor Elaine Poirier Debbie Schroeder Natalie Schroeder Kathy Spera Joan Sullivan Kathy Tartaglia Diana Tizzard Diane Wallace Faith Windmann fa ,.+ ...,-, l Q rx 245 x L i l l i l l l 1 l l l l l 1 l l a l l : l n l 1 l il 'l ll I i 1 1 l i l l , l ls ll l l l t l i it 2 , . l l i r i l 5 l 1 t i r I i i l E l il l l li l l fl l l l l i l i t l l l l l l r-fd-'T' Q AZ Delta Zetci Delta Zeta founded of friendship and sisterhood, is a sorority rich in history and ideals. Theta Kappa Chapter con- tributes to its history by shining in all walks of campus life. Delta Zetas belong to many honorary services, and profes- sional organizations as well as having members on the Homecoming court and in Who's Who Among College Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. The sorority also stresses the importance of scholarship, receiving the highest sorority average on campus for l969- l97O, as well as being recipient of their state scholastic award. Service to the community is another valuable part of Delta Zeta for they find a feeling of accomplishment after spending an afternoon giving parties for orphans or for deaf children. With much accomplished and still much ahead, Delta Zeta, the largest national sorority, continues to strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and everlasting . . . so that they may "truly walk in the light of the Flame." Judy Brandt President Robyn Evans 7st Vice-President Sheila Cain 2nd Vice-President Mary Zimmer Treasurer Ruth Kelly Rec. Secretary Eileen Walsh Corr. Secretary Nancy Bauer Panhellenic Carolyn Altobello Mary Barrois Bonnie Bauer Debra Becnel Nan Bentel Barbara Boulet Janet Boulet Belinda Broussard Adrienne Currault Karen De Rouen Eileen Egan Estelle Egan Mary Fanning 1 uf -WW ...ff ff? 9.154 4 Kathy Gillin Charlotte Glorioso Charlene Gremillion -... ,wg Ann Jones Gloria Kunz ,Wk ' X f W , , " 'E ff M fm Jane La Bruyere if wg mVV, ,QQ 1 Jan Lacey W-quad - Elaine Lanasa l x ' f f , H J W Mary Lane 3 W ' Donna Lauterbach ff , 4 Billie Marseilles 1 y Janell Memleb ' V' 7 x X W, Deborah McClain ' V M' Karen Odom I Nancy O'NeiI Elaine Orr ' Phyllis Pepitone W W .. Peggy Seay Susan Staub Jean Stuart Pamela Waters Barbara Winters Margarethe Wright 0 1 aff' f X f ,r , .. 115 I ,fgfn 1 I, Q, 1 ,W nf, N 55105 .1 M X Q 4,319 f y y EQ -we " .f-,Va I f 4 I ,,,. ,,,ff M M: 47 1 1 I I I 1 I l 1 1 I I l l 1 I 1 1 l I I 1 I r I 1 I I 1 1 1 I I 1 I l I I l I I I ll I1 I I l I I I ll I 11, gl ul Il ' 1 F I: I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I l 1 S I I N. 1 I ll I 4 1 1 I l I I 1 1 l I I I I 1 f-'lf' 1 1. 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V at 11 1 1 N, 11 l 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1, 1 1 1 . 1 11 '1 1 11 , 111 111 1'1 1,1 1 .1 511 li 11 1 '1 11 11 1 11 1 1 i1 1 ,1 11 '1 1 1 1 11 1 1, 1 1 i , I I 11 I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 l 1 11 11 248 Q , s is . - U, Q i n 4 Debbie Carlock Pam Cervini Carolyn Cochran Judy Costa Karen Costa Debbie Cresap Diana Dixon Donna Fischer Jennifer Geier Karla Gilmore Mrs. B. Bernard Province President Janice Becker Betsy Burke Brenda Cangelosi M W 7 wif? .- ' .i,. ? Freddie Gilmore President Lisa Craft ist Vice-President Nancy McCarthy 2nd Vice-President Linda Triche Rec. Secretary Dale Langlwoff Corr. Secretary Pat Talbot Treasurer Janet James Registrar Sue Cambre Rush Chairman f ,. , - f i .V . .,.,, . . .1 ' 'E:"--yew" 1 'ff.,?z.ig X,-f 1,7 ffuag vv A " ,I mg ZW 'F UN 4 if in rx Al ' i xl' ,f tl, ill 5 li B l l .l I l l , 1 r ir, l l l E, Barbafa Gfady Jane Green Carol Jacques Billie Kavl Bobbie Kaul Bonnie Kaul Kathy LeJeune Lisa Lenfant Cookie Lozes Denise Maher Maria Mata Mary Moises Blair Murray Donna Musacchia Penny Pastor Karren Peppo Doris Perry Marty Phillips Bonnie Rauschkolb Cecelia Raymond Betsy Richardson Pam Rohrbacker Bonnie Sargent Nancy Seglund -lacki Slephanie Thompgo Par Triche JOSH 'lroyer Julie Waltzer Julie Williamson S Sparacio LX ZK Sigmcr Kcrppo Epsilon Beta Chapter ot Sigma Kappa has enjoyed much success during its past years on the UNO campus. This year the sisters have maintained their outstanding scholarship, shovvn their leadership abilities on campus, and have promoted the welfare ot individual membership in service organizations on ca through their local gerontology program. Intermingled with academic and social events, the Sigmas participate in intramural sports such as softball and volley- ball. Sigma Kappa's nominee to the 1970 Homecoming Court was chosen by the student body to reign as queen over the homecoming festivities, the third Sigma to hold this honor. Sigma Kappa, "where violets blossom, and every day is a new day", will continue to strive tor success and recogni- tion on the 'NO campus. mpus ancl to the community 250 ZTA Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha was founded in i898 with the purpose of intensifying friendship, fostering a spirit of love, and building a purer and nobler womanhood. The Delta Nu chapter was the first nationally affiliated sorority on the LSUNO campus. Striving to reach its goal, Zeta Tau Alpha excels in activi- ties within the fraternity, the school and the community. With active participation, the Delta Nu chapter has won many honors and awards. Zeta placed first in intrasorority volleyball. ln homecoming, Zeta's display placed first. Sisters of Zeta are found in practically all 'NO organiza- tions, often holding offices. Three sisters were elected to Who's Who Among College Students in American Univer- sities. Two Zetas were on 'NO's Homecoming Court and many Zetas are found on fraternity sweetheart courts. Delta Nu looks forward to this coming year with much enthusiasm and expectations for even a better year than the past. -J udy La nd ry President Shelley Smith Vice-President Betty Vix Corr. Secretary Margaret Pauli Rec. Secretary Sue Dileo Treasurer Peggy Vicknair Membership Chairman ff A ' 1 Mzfcyfg, ,ff t yjfffy, .,,.,.f' ,, 3 -1 k ,,4,Z s1 :R ' , we I l 7 I f lf! Debbie Arnold Yolande Ascani Debbie Baudier Vicky Bologna Velvye Cahill Pat Carrigee ' f4'4if'i-, Ya!! x .." ff 'L iwv eo- " A , , 4, ' A MM Q , fwfr X! ff 4 X , f X fy X sf 4, gffw 1 9 t f A ,C Cindy Cauvin Sharon Cousins Cindy Currera Margie Dermody Suzette Deselle Suzanne Donnelly Kathy Doss Laurie DuBos Kathy Duerel Gwen Eiswirth Sharon Enright Pam Folse lu Dianne Gaffney Beth Hefferman Diana Heidke Carol Johnson Debbie Juncker Maureen Kavanaugh I' 1 I 3 A M? . fA.f..Wf-ffvfm J f, 1 WI f rf f a -M f, W ff ,-- -ffff Qi., , X .. ,fy , mf f My W W f in f 5 gl giqvp 4 y 'if' Connie Kumiski Margo Louviere Pat Manning Brenda Mansour Peggy Mares Debbie Mouney Lourdes Narranio Judy Ouliber Kathy Patrick Kathy Prattini Jennifer Raymond Betty Richard Martha Taylor Meri Valiente Moily Vath Jo Ann Vix Debbie Walter Adrienne Wild. 252 Rita Sandra Oubre President Geraldine Pitforct Vice-President Barbara Perry Secretary Zl'P Sigmo Gcimmci Rho Zola Yvonne Black Alicia Brookins Emelda Butler The sorors of Gamma Pi Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, lnc., continually strive to meet the challenges ahead and to live up to Sigma's image-knowledge, responsibility, and involvement. We dedicate ourselves to the making of fine and true characters. Now, as in the past, we as Sigmas have as our goal, "Greater Community Service, Greater Com- munity Progress." During "Sigma Week", Members enioyed a luncheon after attending church. Also, an Assembly was held in the Uni- versity Center Ballroom where entertainment including an auction and creative dances was presented. Karen Henry Patricia Johnson ex ' ,. . ., 1 ' -" Sharon Logan Beverly Robins M5 lf? Fairlyn Thomas Theada Thompson gy fx X1 D ? Q . D Janice Williams 1, Q I '4 5 fel " rr an 'M Arvette Wilderson N X Wx, Q A Q X. 'rg -fs ,Q . 1 -mcse X X X Q 3 x , , .M X bg A X fi S X X XXXX l S SNR X t Q QX R Q Xxix ax X Q s A X xxxg tl A ix., -f Q: , 'X ll 6:2555 ' ff we 4? f. - 1253 a 'P QL xx as Cynthia Bunn Barba ra Cropper Lynn Essno Irma Gilyard Q l X r fd' ZAM Sigmci Alphci Mu ay have been the most significant year for Beta Theta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu. This year "Sammy" took great pride in winning first place in the Spooky Spectacles. On campus Sigma Alpha Mu takes an active part in many activities with men working in UCAP, Veterans Club, Sociology Club, JD Taskforce, and IFC. For the fourth year "Sammy" again is proud of its "Bounce ketball marathon for the Louisiana Heart As- i97i m for Beats" bas sociation. Several parties which will remain long revered are the Father's Mustache party, Bonnie and Clyde night, and Genesis night. The brothers of Sigma Alpha Mu will always remain con- stant in their endeavor to create greater brotherhood, inter- nally and externally, among its fellow fraternities. gl- Joseph Le Blanc Charles Nunez Jr. Jorge Luis Peralta Jr. Michael Ramer Michal Rice lll Stephen Schiffman Richard Akerstrom President Wladislaw Gamberger Vice-President Martin S. Sher Chapter Advisor Martin Albritton Pierre Champagne Robert Davis Mark Heiman Javier Eduardo Lazo ff-,J AXA Lambda Chi Alpha The diverse nature of the individual brothers of the Lambda Alpha Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha united again this year to provide a fraternal bond for more than 60 members and associate-members. Lambda Chis continued to be proudly represented in all facets of campus life. The ten brothers on the Dean's List assisted in keeping the Lambda Chi grade-point average well ahead of other Greeks and above the campus all-men's average. Six men were elected to the collegiate Who's Who and thirteen men were charter initiates of UNO's chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, Men's National Honorary Leadership Society. Six brothers were elected to the Order of Omega and six of twenty-one officers of the SGA were Lambda Chis. Brothers were represented in UCAP, Tri Beta, IFC, Phi Eta Sigma, and other campus organizations. This chapter also nicknamed the Privateer basketball court 'House of Horrors.' Participation in sports, in campus organizations, and in a wide variety of social activities helped to unite the members and associate-members of Lambda Chi Alpha into a strong brotherhood of college men. Kevin Walsh President James McCarthy Vice-President Fred Lay Secretary Donald Decedue Treasurer Patricia Werther Crescent Girl Curtis Autin William Babin Allen Bandera Michael Buras Stephen Cairns is sw ,,rt , Robert Cisneros , Richard Clark f ff f R f , i Richard Crusta Michael Dupuy Kenneth Engler Randall Evans Harold Fuonte f f f no , io , fy., Cliff f fu X 4 .aw 5: Robert Gettys Raymond Gratia Richard Gratia David Hanby Patrick Harmeyer Warren Hoppmeyer Rowland James Robert Jones Bruce Kincade Douglas Kirby Leo Kolb Chien Lam John Lange Ain l r mv' Paul Legrand i Bernard LoCascio J Richard Meynard ' l l ' 'QW Joseph Montelepre , l Melvin Parnell Dennis Peterson l l l I fry, I 5 . George Platz A V 3 W Michael Pollet ' Q Francis G. Potter l X Elmo Priest I If Glenn Reames ' Stephen Redmann i 1 i Richard Reinhardt Jack Scariano if ,W Phillip Schenewerk VM Jerry Strahan Stefan Teles l , John Terra nova 1 T i i i i Jerry Toler I Walter Tortorich Jerry R. Tully X Harold Vega , Charles Waghorne Raymond Wagner .l if Fl it 'l Robert Ward Terry Wilson i Edward Yoerger ii l f, 0 SEN' , f Q,-WWWWWW ,, , Q i 1, l . ,,,,,,-A l l 7a f-v 5 l i .4 V at i , I . l i i l l l l l l l 4 i l l l l l Qs: l M,fW?f' i i l l 255 l .3-xii' ff-'Lf-M 1 Denis L. Milliner President Roland J. Brinkman Vice-President Stephen J. Casamenfo Secretary Barrett H. Brown Treasurer Diane M. Wilson Sweetheart George H. Amann Michael J. Bloemer Alan A. Bougere Lucas F. Bruno McWillie D. Byrd James W. Caretr Irwin W. Christopher Thomas G. Fitzmorris Mark A. Fullmel Jeffrey Guin John D. Hanson Wayne M. Lee Steven W. Kimble Clifton J. McDerby Daryl K. Manning 'sf .. CDKZ Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity is at once the oldest and the youngest fraternity at LSUNO. Our 1850 founding date makes us the oldest nationally of the fraternities at UNO while on campus we are the newest fraternity to have formed. Phi Kappa Sigma at UNO shares the rich heritage of over 100 years of fraternal tradition, yet the colony is a young and vital entity unto itself, breaking new ground and estab- lishing new traditions as it goes along adding to the wealth of its national brotherhood. Phi Kappa Sigma has participated in the interfraternity athletic competitions, including football, basketball, baseball, and wrestling. In accord with the emphasis placed on scholar- ship in the fraternity, several PKS Scholarship Awards and trophies are awarded nationally, as well as those awarded by this colony to the member and pledge with the highest average, and the member or pledge with the greatest im- provement in his grades. Phi Kappa Sigma believes that a well-rounded college edu- cation should not ignore the leisure aspect of life. Therefore, a large and varied social program is a vital feature of the colony. William B. Martin Millard E. Matthew, Jr. Stephen E. Miller Carlos J. Perdono Nelson E. Rivers Fred H. Rodriguez, Jr. George J. Slicho Edwin A. White Ronald La President Raul Benc Vice-President ROBEH Peqhon Secretary Morel Elmer Treasurer Thomas Dowling Trustee Sharon Cousins Sweetheart ndry 07710 Leonard Benedetto Gary Bergeron Pat Brady Steve Brazzell Robert Capifelli Leonard Caruso Stephen Cefalu Tim Cerniglia Stephen Chatelain Bruce ConeY James Danner R055 Davis Douglas Dawson Edward Gaden Harold Garin Robert Griescaber Robert H09an led H01 lellq elim .al i l v" Dominick lmpastato Robert Johnson CPKG Phi Kcippci Thetci The Louisiana Alpha Phi Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta Fra- ternity consists of seventy-seven men who strive to promote the ideals of Phi Kappa Theta. Each member through his re- lations with his brothers and persons in the community is able to improve his spiritual, mental, and physical well-being. Much pride is taken in the many services that Phi Kappa Theta has rendered to LSUNO. Within the school our fra- ternity is proud to be represented in the Student Government Association and the lnterfraternity Council. Many charity fund drives,and community relation projects have been headed by brothers from our chapter. Phi Kappa Theta can also boast of outstanding academic achievement. Not only is the fraternity's average higher than that of the All Men's Average, but several brothers are also members of Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor Society. ln the field of -intramural athletics, Phi Kappa Theta has won the fraternity championship in football, basketball, swim- ming, and wrestling. The social year is highlighted by the annual Crimson Rose Ball climaxing a year of parties and various other social functions. The brothers of Phi Kappa Theta find that by emphasizing academic, philanthropic, so- cial, and athletic activities, they are better able to reach the ultimate goals of Phi Kappa Theta. Meade Kelly Ronald LaCour William LaGrange Donald Landry Oswald Laporte Ronnie Lee kg S . I ,-,f John Litchfield James MacGregor Joseph Marion Philip Mele Gregory Miner Patrick Mooney Michael Moran Denis Oregan Willy Perez John Phillips Roy Raspanti Gregory Rizzo George Rucker Paul Saputo Justin Scanlan Kenneth Smith Andre Soulagnet Julio Torres 59 i i l l l i l i i l I l i l l l l i l .-P" 9' Clayton Toupard President Edward Kolb Vice-President Pierre Barre Secretary Michael Broussard Treasurer Jeanne Boors Sweetheart Paul Abadie Kenneth Ard Edwin Bitolff Stanley Bizof Timothy Boyle Eldon Blancher William Brough Terry Bruno Jeffery Cressionnie Glenn Davis Henry DeFelice Mark Dennis Danna Doucef John Gardner David Gazane Craig Heumann Richard Hoffman William Horton James Jones il t V' l l l l I l l l l 1-Jovi 52413, A' ' . 'K 1' in-X Aff IW ,Q , TKE Tou Kcippo Epsilon THU Kappa Epsilon is a social greek letter organization founded on the LSUNO campus on May 6, l96l. Theta Mu became the l8Oth Chapter on Tau Kappa Epsilon and the first international fraternity at LSUNO. TKE aids college men in taking advantage ot the educational opportunities open to them, in developing responsibility, leadership qualities, and the learning to live with other people. The TKE way of lite completes a d ' n complements the education started by the university. This is done through its many social and service functions: rush, pledging, exchange parties, weekly parties, Roman party, Founder's Day Celebration, pride week, public service week-end, the Red Carnation Ball, and Caveman party. TKE h l ' e ps complement education through its athletic program of fo tb ll b o a , asketball and baseball. Honors this year included second place in Homecoming dis- l p ays and second place in interfraternity football. TKE's also b n elong to many campus organizations and has the President fth IF o e C as one ot. the members. Keith Kelly Carl Landry Paul LaRosa Larry LeBlanc Thomas Loehn Daniel Mullen Andrew Nunmaker Joseph Pardo Malcolm Peters Robert Piper Michael PreverIZBf10 Frank Scheatfer Michael Swanner David Vititoe Keith Warden Bruce Wilkinson ff-f-1 Thetci Xi Theta Xi through its years of existence on the LSUNO campus has strived for perfection in everything it has par- ticipated in. In scholastics, Theta Xi has been and still is one of the top fraternities on campus. ln sports, Theta Xi has always fielded a team and put forth its best effort to win and when they lost they did not give upg they came back with the desire to win the next game. ln leadership, Theta Xi has mem- bers who not only- lead the chapter but also the school. But most of all, Theta Xi has brotherhood, a lasting friendship that cannot be lost. Stephen D. Goodwin President Anthony J. Palermo Vice-President Thomas F. Giacona Secretary Irwin C. Spreen Treasurer Mary A. Pastor Sweetheart August J. Badinger 4- A I Hi , , ,. 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I iff, 49, 1 g r il k X55 i sg, VA Q " 12,411 .M-fx V ' Qi -. gif k ' 4" ' iiffgf F7 A' .,L x, K - 'L' .i lxgsfn x ., N :WLT Z A L' I,-fi X UQ f. RX ,V 1 'EM f a 5 n A l v ,... t l l it t l it A l l ' t 7 Il qt l . l l E l t .fl at T i i 'Il 1 I' l l t A l it l tt l, it ,V li E, t L ll lf ll' it 1 t it y tl t 21 L t? tl l" 5 itll i W 3 l .J l ll l t,'l if tlll l Y l t iixn 1 W l i wh . t 1 A I t l M l ll it 266 Who's Who WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES is a publication issued for the recognition of college students on a national basis. Who's Who was first established in 1934-35. UNO nominations to Who's Who are made by members of the Student Congress, senior colleges and faculty. The quali- ties considered are the student's scholarship, leadership, co- operation in educational and extracurricular activities, general citizenship, and promise of future usefulness. The faculty- student committee, hea ied by the Dean of Men, selects from these nominations and submits them to the editor of the national publication. College juniors, seniors, and students enrolled in graduate courses with an overall 2.6 average are eligible for nomina- tion. Students nominated to Who's Who may receive the bene- fits ofa student iob placement service which sponsors the publication. KAREN ARNOLD, Senior in the College of Business Adminis'tration maiorr in Marketing. Activities: Vice-president, Alpha Psi Omega National Dralng Fraternity, member of Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honorary Business Erma ternity, Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor Society, Phi Chi Theta National W fia- Business Sorority. Omen S eg N-. l l l .Mu 1 i 7 X ' ZW A ..A'4"i0ilg..t l l BARBARA BOULET, Senior in the College of Business Administration, maior- ln9 in Marketing. Activities: Member of Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Theta A Epsilon, Marketing Association, Delta Zeta. JAMES BENTLEY, Graduate of the College of Business Administratlvgz Activities: Treasurer, Master of Business Administration Students Assoc'-310' member of Accounting Association, Marketing Association, Thela X" ' l 3 N 'Er tif ll ls Pull n N 4 Pi. rl, li i l' Q. l' f I, X I 1 E I lrislratilt, llllil Allll ,E Alyitfl' wh, lattll --'A ' i Theta li 1 V 1 1 t 1 l i l l STEPHEN CAIRNS, Sen' Activities: President lg ,the VEolleQe.of Science, majoring in Biology. Chairman, Lambda Cin Al h ?a' 'Ce'PfeS'Cl6f1T, Pussian Club, Scholarship P 51 member of Phi Eta Sigma, C SHARON CORYELL, Senior in the College of Liberal Arts, maioring in Political Science. Activitiesg President, Nereidsg Vice-President, Cirunag Gov- 'ming Board, Political Studies Union, Member of Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Agpha,Gamma Beta Phi. I ...l liqaig , ' 'T' , ea P13531 r MYMOND ' BRADY V ' ' h C ll f Educ 'tion ma'orin in Math Edu- tq - , Soph ' - ' ' ' SUSAN DILEO, Senior in t e 0 996 0 a I l 9 Adiwlllesi R0ti:eZe:1ta?iveheCCtnllege if Lliloberzll Qrilsi maloliigg di Cation. Activities: Vice-President, College of Education, Vice-President, Edu- iSl9ma. ' O ege O I era rs' mem .gational Advisory Council, Panhellenic Delegate, Zeta Tau Alpha, Member of Nedeids, Student Welfare Committee. 67 I I I I , I I I E I I I I I I I I I I li ,I I I I II EI . I I I I I I I I I I iff I! I I II I ,I I I II I II 'I II I LI I I II I II II Il I I III I II' , ll ,I I IW I I I I,I I3 lIll Il I I ,II I I II I II 1 It I , II IN 1 A N., W X JE E- , to 268 , '9Q,yzfwZ,,fiwWbf mf, I, a ff fig ffff fi I ,I I-I.-,C .ww HW", fII'IWII ff, if ,f,I Q .,,' Kd. I ff V , , I GABIE ELLIS, Senior inthe College of Education, maioring in Math Education. Activities: Recording Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Chairman, Educational Ad- visory Council, Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon, PEMM, SNEA, Gamma Beta Phi, Nereids, Cheerleader, 1968-70, LSUNO Sweetheart Court, I970, Who's Who I969-70. 'I .Ia -X , KENNETH ENGLER, Senior in the College of Science, maioring in Biology: Activities: President, College of Science, Member of Tri Beta, Lambda CHI Alpha, Gamma Beta Phi. I, . we . 2 I at 1 , FLORENCE GILMORE, sensor in the College of Edu I- - . . , News Ediwf' Tfldenii Membef OI KBPPB Delta Pi Education HonorC2oilIdlYIIIIaIIICeI'Icg?:lSIIIPIPUEIIZIIIISS EdUcaIIOn' ACIIVIIISS1 Pfesldeflff Sigma Kappa? SIEIII Cop! aglcli AIPIWBJWIIIII Who Among Gfeek 5OrOrities and Fraternities, Who's Who l969-70 I I I Them BUSIVICSS Sorority, SNEA, White Rose Auxiliary of Lamb II ff 'I V l l l l l 4 i l l 1 1 i l i l FRED LAY mis ry u cation Activities Secretary Lambda Chl Alpha Representative College of Education Member of Phi Eta Sigma Honor Fraternity Alpha Theta Epsilon H onor Society Commission on Governmental Operations Educational Advisory Council Senior in the College of Education magoring in Che t Ed Q-mi fll0lYN KNAUS, Senior in the College of Education, maioring in En fliillftga Activities: Representative, College of Education, Member .una, - . . ucational Advisory Council W, .fmwcw -if -W RONALD LACOUR, Senior in the College of Business Administration, maioring in General Business. Activities: lnterfraternity Council, Phi Kappa Theta- Member of Mu Lambda Sigma, Order of Omega, Student Faculty Com- mission on Organizations of SGA. L Q, 5, .-W ff. ,sw 1 1 it l 69 I I r I l l I l I l n l l l t t l l l ."'-" It I I I I I 'I I I I 1 t I I I I I A I I R i i f I ' 1 K f Qi of X Z s EDWARD PAVUR, JR., Sophomore in the College of Science, Maioring in Psychology. Activities: Letterman, Men's Intercollegiate Gymnastic Team, Member of Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Mu Lambda Sigma. ELAINE POIRIER, Senior in the College of Education, maioring in Elementary Education. Activities: Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, I r 27 SNEA, Alpha Xi Delta, UCAP, Whos Who T960-70. Q K'-s l 4 I , , . 'if 1 ' ,,.,,,,,. I.- 4' x 4 rt: "' Fi' ' sf ,, , up L R! ., ,,f ,fs-' JOHN LESTRADE, Senior in the College of Sciences, maioring in physiu Activities: President, Sigma Pi Sigma, President, Psi Star Psi Physics Club: President, Les Estudiantes, Member of Phi Eta Sigma, Mu Lambda Sigma' French Club, Soccer Team. ' 3 i9 . 4111 if , . 4' 'I .2 Li f-'gif A W I . -,-' 4 f . , f , , 1 ' Q 4 r 4? W f A ff 47, f 1 1 1 4 f 4 f, f -2,1 I 4 , f I ,X f f fa, 1 , , fl.,-g,,,,,.. 4,1 , ' f .W Q sw f.. X, !,f!6W! xiff I Q. I . - ' 2 , fc.,wM.s,p,.c S , gs-W.,:,,,,-swf.-fffs Wffyfi-taw, spy, , ff, W, mrsiz KW, f rt, ws- V 1.-as: 5, L ,V f, -, . ?f ' fp M ff ' ,y,f.,5m..f X y.,gmQ:-7 4 ,X yy' 5 1, M- -Ws,f2.i,'f Z45Wf.J1-,ff' .6 aw. ,E 74,7 ,IV f t as , ff, ?,f'z,Ms-W ' f ' X74 X . 277' . ,, , 11'-frffg. ,I .diff t. f 1 v..,'u,,,. , f.f"":ivl vide E L?" .-'IQ ' , ' ' Q1'rr.4-:wg 41' 7 T4 ' ve-fy:-'fe -- " I . Adminisifillon' FRANcEs LEoNAR,oi, Junior in the college of B:f",f'sPs,,Alphalhe'a m6lf9ffTf9 in Accounting. Activities: Member of Beta 'P EPSIIOH, Nereids, Phi Chi Theta, Accounting Association. i M, A I i f i f- ' 1 Y 1 , ,'i Q i '.i.J E - it 4 . X yi sswswj V 1 Ep rf f 1 fi f. 4. il 1.7 .fn 'lar n-' ' i 1 f '-TL, gig-wa ll V gc ww W' llliplllilql lftfiii bds , rx li l I ll NNN SCHOTT, Senior in the College of Education, majoring in English fdufafion, Activities: Member of Nerieds, SNEA, Zeta Tau Alpha, Junior Division Advisory Council. I i I i lip, WRED RODRIGUEZ, JR., Senior in the College of Science, maioring in Ji, Pie-Med. Activities: lnterfraternity Council Representative, Phi Kappa Sigma, Photographer, Driftwood, Member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Theta Epsilon. 1 T L -iii Q l 'l Il l ,V L, K ,fe g g I Z ,,.i,, .gig AIWWZZ , 4 W, 6, ,W KATHLEEN ROSS, Senior in the College of Education, maioring in Math Education. Activities: President, College of Education, Member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Math Club, UCAP, Educational Advisory Council, LSUNO Sweetheart Court, Who's Who T969-70. 271 l Ascot -T. i i i i 4 i l l l rj-F.-1, +1-'- +I ,l i II if I III l I i I I . I I e I I I ,I I I I . il ll I . ll ,iz- I l II I l ll I ti L IN A I ' i I I i l i I 1 I I I . 4 I l I I I I l l I I 7 , A .,,, ,. ..,lf-wwf ,pf I I , 4 X I . 43, QZQ 3 . ,f f . Q f . , Q Q-V' , lf :jf ,, gf" -013' .V 2. Q 1 9 1 f ff fl 5 2 ' A'-wa. qt? V , kwa Q, 1 ,lt el' Ii,, y I l , If 3 i 'I ,ff f ' ' TERRENCE VERIGAN, Senior in the College of Education, maioring in English Education. Activities: President, Kappa Delta Pi National Education Honor Society, Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon, Mu Lambda Sigma Men's Leader- ship Fraternity, Newman Club, Educational Advisory Council, UCAP. JAMES SEGRETO, Senior Activities: President, College of Liberal Arts, Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon, Mu Lambda Sigma. in the College of Liberal Arts, maioring in History. BARBARA SOUIFE, sensor in the College of Liberal Arts, maiqrinsflill chology. Activities: Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor-SocletYll'5' Psychology Honor Society, Sigma Rho, Black Student Assoclatlonilllele Wilma: tion PRESTON SUTHERLAND Junior in the College of Edlucllllembef . ' li Pl'Yslcal Education. Activities: Letterman, Cllfb Fosgeawhofs of Omega, Mu Lambda Sigma, Lambda Chl AIP ' Honor Snr Issccialion, llfli. maloring lr :L itll. ll I' 4, MARGUERITE VICKNAIR, Senior in the College of Liberal Artsmaioring in History. Activities: President ot Alpha So- rgery, Member of Alpha Theta Epsilon, Nereids, History Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, and UCAP, Who's Who T969-70. rr -I Illlill . f J KEVIN WALSH, Senior in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in History. Activities: President, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-President, Iota Sigma Tau, President, Col- lege of Liberal Arts, Representative, IFC, Member of Mu Lambda Sigma and Order of Omega. GERARD TULLY, Senior in the College- of Science major- ing in Biology. Activities: Representative, College. of Science, Treasurer, Mu Lambda Sigma, Representative, IFC, Member of Student-Faculty Committee on Courses and Curriculum, Lambda Chi Alpha, Order of Omega, and LSUNO Tennis Team, Who's Who T969-70. 27 I I A XJR I l I ' II I f1I :I itil .Ii ,II III I! I. I I l I ll. ly! Igl III ,I II V. I I I i I yi I I I I I I I I I I I .3 274 Below: Smile, registration is almost Over- d t waits in the registrar's office for application f Y Right: A prospective SIU ef' , s or entering ,he Un, IVef5l .WI QS lk ' I fiii :Q y ,,,.,,, " if 4231: 'f ' EIEIEI W .. 21 f Above: Everyone dreads the 1:00 bell. Right: A chemistry student cleans her graduated cylinder aff completing a lab experiment. er nf I' rli AE, iii :,.. 1 as 3' 5,755 fee 5st S' . s 1' Y aww" RNWX sw AAF -40 X .,:k i f lg is ui , ' af:-' X 5 - -: 5 sp . gf if f :. - sea v, CLASSES ' w.w.wsmw.ssw makes Above: Graduates, family and 3 K kt'. friends crowd into the gymnasium Y W V for commencement exercises. Y N X Left: Students iam the bookstore sA'-' mm, i Q S "" Purchasin bo ks f sax ter. Q 0 Ol' 6 DEW SSTTISS- 75 r . I i U i i i i i i i Q i i i 1 f rj- .. rr' V , -"'-, I r je si fff'-A: f-f'1 T 1 1 1 I I I 1 , 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I , I 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I N 11 I. I W1 I II I ,. I I 1 1 1 E t I 1 I z 1 I I I Below: Graduate students devote many hours as biol Im Right: The commencement exercises is begun with th PIOQY Iabinst 1 e eCI9eofA11e f I ,W 1 f' 1' X, III' f X 1 ,v t 1. wb L11 , . .1. Q1 . . I I E in 1 4 f It ' 1 ' Q 1 5 1' I EM!! I 2627 II 1 511 II1 ,I H 1 Q 1 I 1 I I': 11 1, 1 1 1 1: I I I f I I I 1 I JI 11 l N ,.., ,W W 1 1 9' 4 1 , 1 Q I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I ' I I I 311-L.. Above- A 1 1 member of the ' 1 Right: Spectators watch asmtdgnce glances through a Commencement program' I S U GUYS receive graduate degrees. T1 11 X I A I rg! W 1 w 276 S 'HQISWY lily if 7 l i Hier gl -ai V f, be Grciducite School DR. JAMES R. BOBO Dean of the Graduate School The graduate School at LSUNO is organized to ma'ke available to graduate students opportunities for advanced study beyond the various undergraduate degree programs. The University Grad- uate School also fulfills the occupational, intellectual, and cultural desires of qualified post-baccalaureate students. Advanced study is offered in pursuing the creative arts and sciences, in securing a higher level of competency in the practicing professions, and in simply searching after advanced learning. The Graduate School maintains the general supervision of all graduate work carried out in the departments and colleges of the University. 277 1-sf-as ,l ll ll lu 1 J l ll 5. 1 l 1 l l 'l l l l lr l E I , l a l , ll r l l ljl l ll , 1, 1 it ' Q l' l ll C 5 . t l I 7 - l y Recipients of Mcasters' clncl DOCTOYCITG Degre. Bentley, James Ray Bernstein, Gilbert Bertoniere, Noelie Rita Black, William E. Braun, Carl M. Jr. Broadwater, Roger Butler, August P. Clemons, Louise H. Collins, William G. Curry, Mary Grace deSllva Joel F Dupuy Aubry E Jr Ellis W Robert Gltfln Linda A Golson Thomas H Griffiths Roger J Holden Roger D Hood Sharon Ann Howard William H Lanoux Joel J Lestrade Monica Manmade Awlnash Nlka Gerald G Pierce Andrew G Jr Pulol John B Snowden Frank Thompson Carolyn ww dl' 1 llleei Graduates form a line to receive their diplo- mas. A laboratory notebook and an experiment setup reflects the routine of a chemistry lab. A-up I-A BORATDRY n -who .,,,,. N-e V ,. Aa W ., , Nh-LA. ,.,... ,. , NQTEB 00K --x 279 ,-QT"-'Jr l i i X I 1 Q l l x 1 1 l I 1 l A sl. .. glila 1 li all lil :ll ll i li It I' li li . .AI -l L i ll li l ll I Sill llll 'lil gi X 1 lli. P l l J i ll l rl JF ' 1 l I 1 l i 1 l ll li N i I , l Lass- 1 A 2 280 Grciduote Students A professor prepares his lecture for their various degrees. Aloelle, Karl J. Agarwal, Karhaiia Lal Austin, Cintra Shober Baur, Harold W. Begne, Leopold Prosper ll Bopp, Alvin F. Bordelon, Billy Ray Breslin,' Thomas A. Bultone, John Clemons, Louise Daret, Reno' J. De Haro, Edward de Haro, Eileen DeCorte Ferry, Alfred J. Grady, Marshall students working toward we 44 V A, 9 P-Za' I ll' yi 44 1. Arek H: Y w-1f"'f1Nx'il1i?6' ,umm w afwq Ac is im W M I W a pw, 4 X sas., Q XS V+? f f J N., ,.,, sc, .? T ' T Qgfffa. I '- ' . , : 1:-fs' :St 'dsx K T - zifslf 1 IE S 2' J if 6 s . S' V P . N sf tw A Hunt, Richard W. Jr. Kitchen, Thomas Leunge, Katherine Chin Mathur, Serweshvver N Pittman, Stanley L. Porteous, Thomas O. Jr Rafferty, Nancy L. Regan, William E. Jr Rossi, Ronald Segreto, James Smith, Michel B. Smith, Robert J. Steckler, Rhonda P. Stiles, Bradley D. Taloares, Vivian Alcia Ward, Claude Wegman, Mary Kay The professor takes out the needed materials in preparation for his class. l x gc. Q sew, X,-fs JK a- 'Q X -X? s. erm 2.5513 X .RK sl 'Millie -at S, ,S 1 tQ'ii,zg3'! Q 1 Q Ssusiw Sfggsig sgsgsjsr T x . Q c s S wi. l z A Below: Wayne Catalano poses to have his plctu I' Right: Seniors and guest sit patiently as fellow e taken 3 receive their degree. STU l l , . 5 l 1 Q C l i l l l l ' i I l ll ll I i i li . In l . . il i 1 lt gil 1 l l i l 4 lig l ll gl 2 .ll li 4 ll lf , in 1 lli ll l 'Q l l 'ii li l M other , 11 I K! x X, ., X X 1 l t 5 fi... ll l riff- m"""""--W.v.,,N i y 5 l 'X i l ll ii i ii 1. i lli t l l l i l i W 3 i y i . 1 i 1 . l I l l 4 lj i L l , l 1 . :N 1 I- ll I i ' l l g l x i , l l . l ' I ll l Above: Chancellor Hitt reminds the new graduates of their new lx , positions in community lite. 'll l Right: Congratulations are offered by Chancellor Hitt to Joan Hudson. lr I J ,g l A l 411' 1 'A l l l 282 l ix- i ll E lm fill lin it l B5 Moll s.,,mc Groduoting Seniors As graduating seniors embark upon their final phase of education, their minds are filled with mixed emotions. A feeling of accomplishment is accompanied by the ap- prehensions of what the future will hold. No matter what the years will bring, their experiences at LSUNO will be reflected in the success of each senior who has passed through its halls. M ,ai-4 A Above: Students show a feeling of joy after receiving their degree- Lefr: The UNO ring FS H SYmb0' of great accomplishment. 2 j ,fl "1 111 1 1 1 11 11f 1 1 11 V1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 11 1 ,xx 111 Q 1 1 1 1, A 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 W 11 tl 1 1 1 111 ll Q1 111111 1 1 3 1 1 1, 11 1 111 1 11 1 .1 ' 1 51 1 11 1 "1 .1 w 11 1 1 1 1 -111 1,11 111 1 11 1 1 1 1111 11 1. ,X 11 1' 1 1 1 11' I 11 111 1, 11, 1, ,wi 1 111 A 11111 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L 1: 1 4 5 I : 1, 1 T 11 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 A 1 1 1 1 84 ADAMS, GREG Science ADAMS, LINDA D. Liberal Arts ADAMS, PATRICIA Education ADOLPH, MIRIAM MAE Education AGVILERA, ARTHUR H. Liberal Arts ALACK, JAMES Business Administration AMEDEE, GEORGE Liberal Arts AMOS, GERTRUDE Education ANDERSON, MARY ELLEN Science ANDERSON, SHERRY Education ANDERSON, WAYNE CHARLES Business Administration -fvs ANDERSON, WILLIAM Liberal Arts ANGLEM, MARCIA Liberal Arts ARD, SYLVIA HARVEY Education ARMBRUSTER, EDWARD Liberal Arts ACHARY, FRANK Liberal Arts ACOSTA NANCY M. Education ADAMS CURTIS L. Science fy !! Z , 'ff Wy, 1 14-314 ,,z:,.,, ' -K 1 7 2 NC' Seniors file across the stage to - 1 m receive the1rd'PI0 55 AUSTIN, JAMES W., JR. Science AVCALADE, MARY ANN liberal Arts BACIGALUPI, SUZAN MARIE Education BAEHR, JANICE L. Education BAIRD, PORTIA Education BAISIER, BERNARD Liberal Arts BAKER, BRUCE Science BALDWIN, KATHRYN Liberal Arts BALLANGA, ROSEMARIE Liberal Arts BAMES, ADELE Education BANDERA, ALLEN P. Business Administration BARRIOS, LYNNE MARIE Science BARTON, BRUCE D. Science BAUDOT, TYRONNE J. Science Business Administration 286 BERNADAS, LURLINE Education BERNARD, STEPHEN Liberal Arts BETER, DONALD G. Liberal Arts BEVELACQUA, ROBERT Business Administration BEVON, MRS. LORETTA C. Education BISSEL, CHERYL A. Science BITTMAN, ELIZABETH ANN Education BLASH, THOMAS LAWRENCE Education BOESCH, ELIZABETH Education BONNECARRERE, SUSAN Education BONNETTE, ANDRES G. Business Administration BORDELON, RAY E. Business Administration BOSCH, LYNDIA Education BOUDREAU, BORNE PAUL JR. Business Administration BOULET, ANN GRACE Business Administration BOULET, BARBARA Business Administration BOURGEOIS, DEWEY JOSEPH Business Administration BOURGEOIS, ELI JOSEPH JR. Science BOUTOTTE, BETTY Education BOWERMAN, RONALD B. Liberal Arts BOWMAN, PAM Education BOYETTE, JOHN W. Liberal Arts BRACY, EVELYN CANNON FNS PQ . Liberal Arts Seniors await their turn to receive their bachelor degrees. N-5' sr 'N BRAQUET, CYNTHIA Education BREAUX, SHERYL MARIE Education BRECHTEL, GILBERT J. Business Administration BRINGIER, TR ISTA Education fly- f CATALANO, WAYNE Education CATTON, DANNY Science CAUVIN, CINDY Education CAVALLO, PETER J. JR. Education BROUGH, WILLIAM R. Liberal Arts BROWN, CONNIE G. Education BROWN, MICHAEL Business Administration BROWN, URSULA A. Liberal Arts BRUCE, ROBERT J. Liberal Arts BRUNS, BILL Science BUA, FRANK JR. Liberal Arts BURGARD, JAMES E. Education BURKE, DENNIS R. Science BURKE, KENNETH Business Administration BURL, JOHN E. Education CAIRNS, STEPHEN Science CALICO, PASCAL JOSEPH Education CAMBRE, SUZANNE B. Business Administration CAMPO, GLORIA M. Science CARRERO, SANDRA R. Liberal Arts CARROLL, KATHLEEN I. Liberal Arts CARROLL, PATRICIA ANN Liberal Arts V CARRONE, RICHARD Education CARSTENS, SHIRLEY Y. Education CARUAJAL, ROBERT Liberal Arts CARUSO, CAROL Liberal Arts CARUSO, CHERYL ANN Education CASEY, PATRICK Business Administration CASTRINOS, JAMES M. Business Administration CHAN, SUE LIN Science CHAPMAN, BRUCE Business Administration CHERON, JAMES CLINTON Science CHONEST, JEFFERSON F. Liberal Arts CINQUEMANO, ANTHONY Ill Liberal Arts CLANCY, COLLEEN R. Liberal Arts CLARK, RICHARD EDWARD Science CLOY, GEORGIA A. Education CONNELL, SUSAN Education CONRAD, PATRICIA MARLOW Liberal Arts COOK, GARY WARREN Liberal Arts COOPER, DONNA Liberal Arts COOPER, SUSAN PATRICIA Education CORBEILLE, CHRISTINE Science CORONA, PAUL Business Administration CORREA, JOHN HENRY Business Administration CORYELL, SHARON M. Liberal Arts COUVILLON, JANE MARIE Education CRADDOCK, SARAH Liberal Arts CRAFT, LISA Education CRANE, CYNTHIA Education CREELY, ROBERT GEORGE Business Administration CULLEN, YVONNE MONSU Liberal Arts CURRY, MARY PATRICIA Liberal Arts CUSIMANO, DONNA M. Education DANIEL, DIANE SILBERNAGEL Education DANNEL, DENNIS J. Liberal Arts DANOS, WARREN Science DARTOIS, LEON B. Business Administration DASPIT, COLLEEN B. Education DAUPHIN, DAVID Business Administration DAVIDSON, JOHN Liberal Arts DOUI5, CAROLYN Business Administration DAVIS, PATRICK M. Business Administration DEAN, LENDA Business Administration DEAN, NETTIE LOIS Education DEICHMANN, JAMIE ANN Educat-ion deLASSUS, EMILE Business Administration DELERY, FERDINAND III Liberal Arts DELISE, GAIL Education Long Hour of study come to an end with the preSer116TiOf1 Of DENNIS, LYNN E. Education DENOUX, GUY J. Science DESSAUER, DONALD Business Administration DESSOUY, GEORGIEHOLL Liberal Arts DIEHL, MICHAEL WAYNE Science DILEO, ANTHONY Liberal Arts DILEO, SUSAN MARY Education DODD, SHARON Education DONOVAN, WILLIAM E. Science DONZE, KENNETH J. Education DUCOMBS, LARRY Science DUDDEN, ROBERT A. III Liberal Arts DUFFY, ADRIENNE ELIZABETH Education DUHON, DIANE Education DUMAS, JULIA Liberal Arts DUNAWAY, HEBER EDWARD Science DURAN, MICHAEL M. Liberal Arts DUSSEL, CONRAD Science DUVIC, WILLIAM D. Science DUVIGNEAUD, SHIRLEY Education DWYER, MICHAEL GERARD Science ECKERLE, RONALD J. Education ECKERLE, ROSE E. Education EDWARDS, JOYCE SCHNEIDER Education EHRHARDT, BARBARA Education ELLIOTT, GARTH R., JR. Education ELLIS, GABIE B. Education ENGER, LEONARD E. Business Administration ENGLER, KENNETH DALE Science ENNIS, RICHARD Science ENRIGHT SHARON KAY ESPINA CIPRIANO EUSTIS LAWRENCE B FAHR WALTER G FALCONE, MICHAEL Liberal Arts FALCONE, VINCENT Liberal Arts FANECA, CATHERINE Science FAZZIO, MICHAEL J. Business Administration FEINDEL, GARY Science FERGUSON, PHYLLIS C. Education FINK, SYDNEY IRENE Education FLANAGAN, CHERYL Liberal Arts FLORES, ALLAN Business Administration FLORIO, MICHAEL Liberal Arts FORCIER, CATHERINE C. Education FRAUGHT, JUDITH ANN Education FRAULI, MICHAEL Science GAGLIANO, ALFONSO Education GARZONA, RICHARD A. GENEROS, EDWIN Business Administration GIARDINA, JOYCE E. Education GILMORE, FLORENCE Education Gooourre, DoucsLAs s. Business Administration GRADY, PATRICIA S. Business Administration GRAY, ROBERT TERRY Science GREEN, SYLVIA Education GREMILLION, DEBORAH Education GSELL, FRED J., JR. Business Administration GUAGLIARDE, HUEY Education GUBERT, JAMES E. Business Administration GUlDRY,eJAMES M. Business Administration GUIDRY, RAYMOND C. Business Administration GUILLAT, LYNN ANN Education HAERER, KENNETH W. Liberal Arts HALL, RUDOLPH Science . HATTIER, ANTHONY V., JR. Science HAYES, MICHAEL J. Liberal Arts HEINTZ, TERRY ANN Education HENNESY, EMMETT C. Business Administration HERNANDEZ, MARIA A. Liberal Arts HINYUP, BONNIE Education HIRSCH, PATRICIA Liberal Arts HOGAN, RALPH R. Science HOTARD, MARIE Education HOUSTON, JOHN Education HOUSTON, CHERYLE Education HUBBELL, MARGARET Science HUDSON, JOAN Education HUMPHREY, ELIZABETH Liberal Arts HUNT, STEPHEN M. Liberal Arts HUNTER, RENEE P. Liberal Arts HUSSEY, PAUL J. Liberal Arts INDOVINA, ANTHONY A. Science JACKMAN, ROSARY ANN Education JAMES, JANET LEE Education JAMIESON, WAYNE ALLEN Business Administration JANSSEN, JAN I. Education JEFFERSON, ALYCE LEE Liberal Arts JENNINGS, SUSAN C. Business Administration JOHNS, CHARLES R. Education JOHNSON, ANN MARIE Education JOHNSON, BETTY J. Liberal Arts JOY, ARTHUR L., JR. Business Administration JUDGE, KATHLEEN M. Business Administration JULIAN, DEBRA WALDIN Education JUMONVILLE, FLORENCE Education I A M Distinguished guests take their places as commence ment exercises begin 2 ff KARGT, SANDY ANN Education KASTNER, KARLEEN Education KATZ, RICHARD LEE Liberal Arts KIGER, LYNDA Liberal Arts KING, ROBERT H. Education KINGSMILL, CINDY Education KRAUS, CAROLYN Education KRELLER, EVELYN KERNER Liberal Arts KRELLER, JOSEPH Business Administration KUHN, MARY ANN Education KUNTZ, WILLIAM H. JR. Business Administration LABORDE, CHRISTIAN Liberal Arts LABORDE, GLEN G. Education LACOSTE, CHERYL A. Education LA COUR, RONALD HENRY Business Administration f commencement exercises. h of relief at the close 0 A graduate QIVGS 6 SIQ S , g I I iI lI 1 I I I I I N D. I, I Il l It ll Il lt. I+, ll' II IM 'III HIII llgl Il. 'lvl II.. V l'li3I l Ill lil. ll! IRI 'I l li MI ml Il II. 'l 'I ll' I li L li! ill ll N, li I l l 294 After years of diligent work a senior receives her LACOUR, BARBARA BABIN LADER, RACHEL Liberal Arts LADNER, LENETTE Education LAMB, MARTHA Liberal Arts LANDRY, DIANE C. Liberal Arts LANDRY, JUDY A. Liberal Arts LANDRY, PATRICIA ANN Science LANDRY, RONALD Science LANGHOFF, ALAN J. Liberal Arts LANSON, NICK JR. Science LARCHE, SAM Business Administration LaROCCA, CHARLENE Liberal Arts LASSEIGNE, DAVID A. Business Administration LAWRENCE, JAMES JR. Liberal Arts LAY, FRED JR. Education LeBLANC, JEANNE Liberal Arts LEE, JOHN STEPHEN Science LEFRERE, SHELIA ANN Education LEHR, ISABELLE Education LEMIEUX, RICHARD E. Business Administration Nr cs 3., 2.4 "'-3. ,-cy L, 41' X 'QW I px. 5 'ni LESTER, LINDA LEE Liberal Arts LESTRADE, JOHN PATRICK Science LEWIS, ROBERT M. Business Administration LIND, WILLIAM LLOYD Education LIONNET, LEONCE Science LLOYD, MICHAEL Science LOCH, RAMONA Business Administration LOEV, ROBERT Liberal Arts LONGO, JOSEPH M. Business Administration LOTZ, EILEEN Liberal Arts 'fi LOUP, SUZANNE ANNE Liberal Arts LOVISA, MARIE LEON Liberal Arts LOWELL, HARRIET E. Liberal Arts MADER, JACQUES Science MALOCHEE, SUZANNE Liberal Arts ,MUN tn. KU Oy MANGlARAClNA, JOHN LEON Liberal Arts MANINO, GLENN E. Science Yi MAREN, MAUREEN Science Graduation Participanls Pa'-'59 as The invocation is given. 295 MARTINOLICH, JOSEPH D., JR Liberal Arts MARTINY, DALE JOHN Liberal Arts MASSON, GLENN R. Science MATHERNE, REID J. Liberal Arts MAYNARD, ALTA BENNETT Education MCAULIFFE, MARGARET Education MCBRIDE, ALLAN B. Liberal Arts MCCARTHY, JAMES H. Business ,Administration McCARTHY, NANCY Education MCCOLLOSTER, CHRISTINE Liberal Arts MCDANIEL, MARY T. Education McDONOUGH, EDWARD D. Liberal Arts MCGINNIS, MARGARET Liberal Arts MCGUIRE, PATRICK Education MCKEA, RONALD Business Administration McNAMARA, JOHN EARL Science MEIBAUM, GARY J. Science MELARA, LOUIS R. Liberal Arts MERIDIER, GWENITH Education MERRICK, THOMAS W. Liberal Arts MIDDLETON, CATHERINE ELISA Education MILAZZO, ANTHONY JOSEPH Business Administration MILAZZO, PATRICIA MARIE Education MILLER, EMILE A. Business Administration MILLER, EUGENE W., JR. Business Administration MILLER, JEFFREY Science MILLER, PATRICIA ANN Science MILLER, RICHARD Science MIRANDA, FREDERICK J. Education MITCHELL, JAMES JR. Liberal Arts MIZE, DORIS JOHNSON Education MOATE, NORMA Liberal Arts MONCADA, CLAIRE MARIE Education MONTE, JEANNE MARIE Education MOORE, BOBBY A. Liberal Arts v P I bc Dr..Jol'1n Hunter addresses the graduates t h senior commencement exercises a l e n-I - f' A. f 'Wh MOORE, KENNETH A. Liberal Arts MOORE, ROBERT Business Administration MOREAU, EILEEN Liberal Arts MORGAN, THOMAS W. Education MOSCONA, JOSEPH Education MURPHY, CYRIL JOHN Ill Business Administration MUSSO, ROBERT JAMES Business Administration NADEAU, RUTH ANN Education NASSER, JIMMY C. Liberal Arts NAYLOR, CHARLES BERNARD Education NEWCHURCH, LINDA ANN Education NOONAN, DARNELL Education NUNMAKER, LINDA Science O'BRlEN, LARETTE BLAZEK Science OCHOA, CYNTHIA Education ORR, JOSEPH E. Liberal Arts OUBRE, LINDA ANN Education PADDOCK, RICHARD Science PALMER, BEVERLY S. Science PALMISANO, RONALD J. Science PARKER, THOMAS Liberal Arts PENATE, HECTOR Business Administration PEREZ, ALICE MARJORIE Science PEREZ, ERROL JOHN Education 297 298 PERHALA, PETER Liberal Arts PERNICIARO, SANDRA MARIE Education PERRET, JEANNE Science PERRONE, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. Business Administration PETERSON, RONALD Business Administration PHILEBAR, PETER JOSEPH Education PICHON, MELVALEE Education PINAC, ROBERT E. Education POCHE, WARREN LOUIS Science POIRIER, ELAINE Education POLINI, VILMA Business Administration POLLET, MICHAEL LOUIS Education PONS, KATHY M. Education PORTIE, JOHN PIERRE Business Administration PRIEST, ELMO A. Business Administration RABEL, BEATRICE M. Education RADOSTA, LEO J. Business Administration RAGAS, PATRICIA Liberal Arts W, T52 JUN fQ"x .7 L. ' .2 . ,, 1 .-X ,' ga fc " t- 125 15 '- The Chance-IIor enioys his part of commence-mem by recognizing aciwievemem, TL presenting degrees, RALSTON, LESTER Science RANCANO, ARMANDO PEDRO Liberal Arts REAMES, GLENN J. Science REGGIO, DONALD A. Liberal Arts REGGIO, PATRICIA HODAPP Science REMONT, DAVID RUSSELL Science REPAK, SUSAN Liberal Arts RESO, ROSLYN Liberal Arts RICHARD, JOY Education RIEGER, RONALD ROY Science RIEGER, WILLIAM J. Science RIGNEY, ANGELA Education RILES, WANDA Liberal Arts RITTER, LORY Education ROANE, ANDREA T. Education ROBERTS, ANDREA I. Science ROBERTS, CATHERINE E Education ROBERTS, MERRILY ANN Education ROBINETT, LINDA L. Education ROBINSON, SHARON BRENDA Liberal Arts ROBISON, VALERIE Liberal Arts 300 ROBSON, ANNABELLE I Education RODRIQUEZ, JANIS Education ROSS, KATHLEEN A. Education ROUGELOT, CLAIRE C. Education ROUSSEAU, HENRY C. Business Administration RUELLO, DEBBIE Education RYAN, TIMOTHY P. Liberal Arts SABATHIER, RENE E. Liberal Arts SALATHE, MARIE Education SALONE, JEANETTE C. Science SANDERS, MARGARET Liberal Arts SAN FILLIPPO, PAUL Education SARSONAS, ANNE DORIS Liberal Arts SAUNDERS, WAYNE Business Administration SAVASTANO, ALOMA Education SCHEIB, MARY ANN E. Education Q 'ii wwswjg SCHEWKER, WILLIAM F. .eva x -rw -v 1-V. Education SCHMITT, DIANE Business Administration SCHOTT, LYNN ANNE Education SCHREINER, FRANCINE Education wa M N . 2. X K I X K XX X '1 V' s Q Ms S E X 3 r s if 4 -' 1: C We ...fum 'zz-: iz appy graduate receives her congra .AY tulations from Df- Hill Y' fs w 753 'Q' 71' x'W K s inc A I qaw SCHROEDER, DEBORAH R Education UTH SEDTAL, GORDON JOSEPH Education SEPEL, DAN Liberal Arts SERIO, PIERRE J. Science Y' STOCKWELL, LESLIE Education STOKES, DEANNA Liberal Arts STONE, DAVID MICHAEL Science STRECKER, JANE E. Education SERPAS, RAYMOND Science SGUHLAS, CAROLYN ANN Science SHEEREN, JACQUELYN MARIE Liberal Arts SHEILL, LYNN S. Education SHUMOCK, JOSEPH Business Administration SIBEN, LYNDA Education SIMMONS, GELON Liberal Arts SLATER, PATRICIA ELLEN Education SLAUGHTER, MILTON JEAN Science SMITH, ELLEN LOUISE Liberal Arts SOFER, STANLEY Business Administration SONGY, ROBERT Liberal Arts SOUIFE, BARBARA Liberal Arts SPREEN, IRWIN C., JR. Business Administration STABILE, DARRYL Science STANLEY, STEWART Liberal Arts STEARNS, JAMES G., JR. Education STENGLE, JOSEPH JR. Business Administration STEVENS, STERLING JR. Business Administration STIERWALD, MARLENE LYDIA Education STRENGE, PENELOPE Science SUPWORTH, JUDITH Business Administration SURCONF, ROBERT JR. Science TAMBORELLA, HOWARD Business Administration TANKERSLEY, RICHMOND JR Science TAORMINA, ROSARIO A. Liberal Arts TAUZIER, GERALD Business Administration TAYLOR, MONICA Liberal Arts TERRELL, BRUCE Science THERIOT, CHARLES R. Business Administration THOMPSON, WILLIAM R. Liberal Arts TITTLE, SUZANNE Education TITTLE, THOMAS V. Science TOFTE, MARSHA A. Education TOOTLE, BARBARA H. Education TORRE, MARIAN Z. Education TRENCHARD, MARTHA R. Liberal Arts TRICHE, LINDA Education TURNER, JOEANNE Education TURNER, RANDY G. Business Administration TWYMAN, WILLIS I., JR. Science UPTON, CLAGGETT C. Business Administration URCIOLO, GREGORY B. Business Administration URNA, LILLIAN Education VACCARO, HENRY Business Administration VALLETTE, CONNELL J., JR. Business Administration ir I L. A .4 1. M ,Y ,108 , lf! ,ww . f new nur' Th Chancellor Hitt gives words of er1COUf-Bgemem 70 graduales as ey embark on their new life. The distinguished robes pf the personnel of 'NO represents the hierarchy' of education, VAN VRANCAN, ALBERT J. Science VOITIER, DORIS Education VENTURATOS, STEPHANIE Education VERNACI, KAREN Liberal Arts VERSOWSKY, PAUL E. Science VESELY, MICHAEL J. Liberal Arts VIATOR, JAMES E., JR. Liberal Arts VIATOR, MELISSA G. - Liberal Arts VILLAVASO, STEPHEN P. Business Administration 03 VILLEMEZ, DONALD ,P. Business Administration VIX, BETTY GENE Education VODANOVICH, CHARLES Business Administration WAGUESPACK, EVERETT JR. Business Administration WALKER, BRUCE A. Business Administration WALKER, CHARLOTTE Education WALSH, KEVIN F. Liberal Arts WALTZER, MARGARET LEE Liberal Arts WATFORD, LEE Education WATKINS, DIANA Science WATSON, NEIL EMORY Science WEBSTER, ELYNDA R. Education WEIL, JAY JUDE III Science WEISS, JEANETTE C. Education WESTERFIELD, BARBARA S. Education WESTERGARD, ALFRED Business Administration WETZEL, KAREN Education WHITE, STELLA LOUISE Liberal Arts WHITMORE, FRANCES LEONARDI Business Administration WILLIAMS, DONALD R. Liberal Arts WILLIAMS, ROBERT N. Education , , Q, iff ' :Y "fi ' 1 ZZ? ' f i: 'ff iam... -wif Many Congratulations are WILLIAMSON, LARRY D. Business Administration WILLMER, EUNICE B. Liberal Arts WILLOUGHBY, CAROL LYNN Education WILSON, BRENDA THERESA Business Administration WILSON, JOHN Business Administration WILSON, PEGGY ANN Education WISE, LARRY ALLAN Science WITMEYER, MICHAEL J. Liberal Arts WOOD, KENT C. Business Administration WOOLVERTON, LOIS ANN Liberal Arts WULF, EUNICE L. DANNEMANN Liberal Arts WYLER, ERIC J. Liberal Arts YOUNG, ANGELA BROUSARD Liberal Arts ZABBIA, CARLO JOSEPH Science ZERINGUE, ALAN Science Z'ERINGUE,'LYNN MARIE Science ZIMMERMAN, EMMETT L. III Science ZIMMERMAN, JOSEPH Business Administration expressed bY Dr- Hill at Gradualion MW a ly' ove Key punching is among the modern technnques taught nn Busmess Admmlstraf Rlghf As Busmess ma'ors stu 1 , dents develope and prachce typnng skulls 'fi .. 4 H College of Business Administrotion Adding Sulfixes 'gs f , f f if VW ,, .. ,, WW, .tak f. M , , we , it pg ,W.,f,,..,W,,,,. .M I , ' 1 1. ,af , -M M K ,,, ,.,,,,s- Q ,,5,,f fs, ,I ,W ,H Ml - ,f , wh ,, ,,,W4f--at M 'f f X9 W W , 1 , f-ff ' ' ' WN' ,.,,., ,.':,,,f,,wf07i4 I 'C , '53, isssi,,, , i. ,,! b iiif f f'i -on n N .sew l --,, 1 ' f ,Q Y .f ,. ,wwf-fffff 'r' f , W 'vffiffff' 5 DR. JOHN E. ALTAZAN Dean of the College of Business Administration Students interested in pursuing a career in the business world find several fields of study open to them in the College ot Business Administration. Through a combination ot detailed subject matter with a core of allied and related materials "in business and the liberal arts, undergraduates are provided with a background of breadth to meet the challenges ot modern business. Lecture materials supplemented by the use ot illustrative cases aid in the development of abilities in problem solving and decision making, foremost obiectives of the college programs. 307 0 Alice, Pat Arthur, Joseph B. Bacino, James M. Bailey, Ralph O. Barlow, Kenneth W. Barre, Reldon J. Bazile, Gregory Bearmann, Gwynn Becnel, Mary R. Best, Lawrence Edward Benigno, Michael Bertrand, Arthur Blakedge, John Bopp, Gail M. Boudreaux, Ronald J. Boudreaux, Ronald J. Bradshaw, Thomas Braniff, Robert M. Brekeen, Toni, L. Broostin, Gary C. Broussard, Roland Brown, Barrett Buckley, Patrick Byrne, Charles A. Cabiro, M. E. Cady, Francis F. Calato, Louis 1 fl' X ,,. ...M-M ...i-KW: 4 f. G ' 'Q sf W2 .. fy M,-A , ft Q 5. -'ff..,: fl " fr V- Q ' .. - ,K s, .. ww? lvl. J Q . gl, , .iw- .sws . Q f ., M fi : 'nf "" T f ,. Q2 f' zw AQ., i g . . A X" .U of fffi. f z zz? fi T .f9.. 526 gym . -V-L ,--A ,T 1 - 5" ' 'C ra-."vp',,5 Y J I Q., -1' i 4 . fl T iq,l ,ff-gc 3 E. V. NW' Y A' X 9..- sw,-dmv Caulfield, Clarence Chauff, Eugene Chin, You Kin Civello, Cheryl Collins, Gwendolyn Couch, Terri Cros, Melvin Cutrell, Gary Daniel, Malcolm Darce, Donald deLaumonT, Gary Demarest, Paul Dessauier, Michael Diasselliss, James Dizinno, David Douroux, Nancy Drewes, Clay Denis Milliner and Joe Manguno lead student discus- sions in government. O9 l l l u l r l l l ll ,fii ,r"'fa-JL: C 5 310 Ducote, Alan Anthony Duhe, Jeanne Dummet, Deborah Dutrey, Michael Eckerman, Larry Elmer, Morel lll Emerson, Mary Jean Farge, Wallace Faynard, Dennis Felder, William Formento, Lynn Fremin, Robert Jr. Gaden, Edward Gerhardt, Arthur Girtley, Dian Goldberg, Stephen Gravolet, John Gremillion, Conrad Hall, Dora Lee Hamburger, Lawrence Hansen, Kathryn students gather for wx-mg an afternoon class. ' my ,J 'F ..-4--J" pmt l l l i I! Vi I Nl l l I 1 I l l gvfa till, all f l 1 D l i , l .l-if 5. ill Q i ' X x P Y fa i rl ' V' "Ls, ,I ' if , W. I 1 ' Jn J .2 ,NW A,,,,. , - - MW !,-k ,,,, WW, V, ,,,,, A-5, fr ' Q :. Y ' Xa -' If '8'UN X f ,ya ' -," 'C' it .., - em 'K cw? Hartley, Joseph E. Jr Herbert, Dennis Hilloit, Bonnie Janusa, Frank B. Jarela, Oscar Jones, Robert Jones, Samuel Kavanagh, Maureen Kelly, William L. King, Ronald D. Kitchens, Keith Koch, Kathleen Kogos, Ronald L. Lack, Darrell M. Lagasse, Cindy Lane, Mary Ellen Lam, Chien Chong Laux, Edwin A. Leddy, John Levens, Janet C. Lewis, James Martel, Margaret With much deliberation, a student rushes to finish his SXBITI. l l l i l 'l , i ,-fl' .-f Massa, Frank McAuliffe, Mary E. McNalob, William H. Meade, Kelly P. Jr. Mender, Darlene Mitchell, Scott Morford, Janice Mullen, Gary M. Ning, Norbert Nolan, Daniel Jr. Olando, Guy Oster, Ralph D. Pancamo, Russell Patrick, M. Lynch Patterson, Brenda Pechon, Robert E. Peppo, Karren Perry, Ronald E. Peyroux, William J. Pizza, Normand F. Plaisance, Russel C. Poche, Gene Polete, Joan Ann Ponstein, Charles , ,,...,,. . ,.., . if if ff 1 .... 4 X 'Y I fy' ff Affixj if ,... Business students practice many hours perfecting the techniques of typing 1 tif iql x xl "" l Ars- 4' 1? , 9 1 , J 'QV 3,3 f 4 I 3 law 4804-My Prescia, lsidore James Rault, Sterling R. Renate, Jaime A. Rhoto, Susan Ricca, Kathleen Marie Richard, Betty Richard, Lizabeth Ann Richert, Robert Lee Rigby, Leslie Thomas Ritter, Laurance John Rivers, Nelson Rolts, Rhonda Marion Russum, Robert Saenz, Hector A. Scully, Adrien Seago, Leo L. Sicarelli, Darryl Suprean, Andrew Theriot, Lyle Thorne, George Tillman, Larry Tobin, David Trahan, Michael Traverse, Leigh Trosclair, Evelyn Tumminello, Cynthia Turner, Glenn Voitier, Thomas Weiss, Allen C. Weiss, Johnny S. fl A i Wiltz, Brenda Young, Peter V. Zainey, Jay Christopher Zimmerman, Harry Peter 3 Below: A special education student assists I Right: Various equipment used is to assist children inthe 5 education processi. XWN d J' 1 N X I ff 5' 'f'iJ':,i!1'2"f-flf, M-A-... . ii, " I V, f 1 Above: The Evaluation Center is an essential feature of the Special EduCa1i0f1 Ri hf: C ' ' ' ' g ounseling is extremely important in the field of special eduCa?iOfY- mel' . :uh - ' Y, -45, N-7? "ti Hi- lsl 21 , Um, ,, W if v. 0 X507 iioiigii Tltlfa OUIPMENT I! Ac. 5 .W V1 V W y' . W. W fs WW, W., V fc .,.,,Wy,yW KWWFZWFWE W Wmywyvg F fr V 2' F li F if l' 5 ti 5f,,,,,,,m E College of Educotion if DR. MILTON L. FERGUSON Dean of the College of Education To prepare Teachers and professional leaders to meet the challenges of the classroom on both the elementary and secondary levels is the primary endeavor of the College of Education. The College draws upon all the academic resources of the University to provide its students with aibroad general education as well as a concentrated study of their particular field of specialization. Highlighting the school year for the College of Education was the opening of its Special Education Building on the University's East Campus. With these new, improved facilities students will be able to better prepare themselves for a future in special educa- tion. 315 316 Alloers, Carmella Alonzo, Virginia Altobello, Carolyn Anderson, Barbara Artus, Aylie Babin, Carolyn Baker, Doll Barback, Susan Barker, Linda Barocco, David Bauer, Bonnie Bauer, Cynthia Bauer, Susan Becnel, Jane Benlel, Nan Bergez, Dianne Berlin, Karen Beslin, Linda Birrler, Mildred Bizor, Stanley Bio-rkgren, Martha Black, Linda Bollinger, Desma Bologna, Vicky Bordelon, Bonnie Bonn, Joseph J. Jr. ffl "fxE'Q'f' WNW . . if i-- fd, 5 2 S- X X xx f X QV MVP X X Xa Q C f i :mi K I f J gf Wai Qgmsgfw, is v '." Q . s. Q X - - XgQg,. s, , g e " gm . Sis - X ' MXN f 'F' wk 4 R .L,, Q ,v K i. J .. ,4,l,, Q , K S, My 'Q , L nr , , 1? ,,,v 42 " ,Z TSE- y .- ' ,Q V -Wir? W LL 4 N X X A ' A X X 1 , K, ,M I, fix Q s ' A Nw ..e:,- X my '- . 2. S ,X N XX 'X 'Q if -C .C , 1 M - .S 1 r--1"'r' is sa gf MW., N-4, 3 X E """"'k . . as f ,KF , -hmm. X : . 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J . . . tA-t f .t,s , Bretkreutz, Patricia if ia fsz' B b e Karen f -iit s 3 ,.1af Q: UZ e ' , '---f- , , ,f ,W W .". ' 1 1 fy 5 4 V ,... 4? li f' ,Z Cahill, Velvye Cain, Shelia t Calamari, Diane the minute details of lg' lab students closer to The microscope H1195 biological sciences. 317 I I I 318 Cambas, Arthur F. Carlock, Deborah Carney, Janet Ray Carreca, Debbie Carrigee, Thomas Cassou, Claudette Castellon, Hilda L. Caster, Laurence I. Centala, Sheila, A. Cervini, Pamela Chin, Beverly Choi, Jackie Chow, Shirley Y. Clade, Patricia Clark, Phyllis Clark, Richard Collins, Elizabeth Corcoran, Madeline Costella, Maria Couchis, Karen A. Cuallier, Jean A. Dartez, J. R. XX yicig, Xxx S X WMPQX .V 3- if -.4 . 5 K. ' A ,Q T o is is 1 2 X,s ws, . l A student attempts a final exam. last minute studying befgfe f ,--'-kgs I ,ao X . ij ie: . bsfefw rx bm' . , . ,ws '1 to A Y, ., N X ,XM ,,-, ,.. .ax . .SAW E. r..-W. 7'T""' f,..W.w f.4v"""" ! 143 1 Yfy il i l i l l i l 1 1' .J N--0. S, r w I . is F ., i ., f l 1 aw-""" 4-P" W ,..-f' , i af". ' 1 ' ' l H , ? A ff. 4: ,gil . I . 1 I N E i N" ' 1 5 r, . 2 4 1 ,stuff fmgfdn: i' I as 44 ' :.'::ff-M-...::: 1..""'N4nos, -mng,,,,. AX.- f'.7N 'DN .MAI 1 A ay .. , IQ .5 EQ ' f 2 ,iii 573 -5 136212 X 2 . X s ""S:s-T-rrp. . - - ff -hz.. A E C ' YQ ,r'x:,,, XXQKLQ EC, N '--' I3 t I 45. .cl xgw R wymo .. ,X F- In I 'LQ 4 1 w .52 . rm .-.Je Q I, , .Q , ,-Q, i x.. 1. 4- V N. ii S' .4 l i 5 N11 'fu'-F If -im sg il s A .,. . V WIN f XX ff , 1 Q . -4- Dearie, Erlene Dease, Lynda Detourneaux, Susan de Fuentes, Nlarialclen Delger, Jo Ann Delphia, A. Sherrill Dempsey, Colleen Derbes, Caroline W. Develle, Louis lll Devine, Andrea Dewailly, Patti Dick, Robert M. Jr. Dinwiclclie, Debra Dixon, Diana L. Dorsa, John J. Ducote, Chris Dutilho, Elaine Durnin, Susan Dutiel, Lincla A. Dwyer, Noel Eiserloh, Becky Failla, Sharon A. Famiglio, Angela Favret, Gayle P. Fichter, Rebecca A. Fitzsimrnons, Peggy Fletcher, Joyce D. Fomby, Janet Foote, Auburn Forestier, Susan Foucha, Ursula D. Fouchi, Vincent Fournier, Lilly R. Fricke, Rose M. Funck, Cynthia A. 319 i 1 l l l I i l l 4 Gange, Jose Mary Gaudet, Herman A. Gaudet, Janet Gavin, John Genovese, Joyce Gernhauser, Mary Gillin, Kathy Gilman, Myla Ann Glaser, Glen L. Gonzales, Linda Grady, Barbara Gratia, Raymond Green, Dale Green, Eva Lee Greenwald, Emilee Guedry, Diane Guidry, Janet Guillot, Judy Hamberger, Theresa Hamilton, John lra Hand, Paula Hash, Leslie Hatheway, Pamela Hebe-rt, Toni Heintz, Linda Helscher, Jan Sydney Hentze, Denise T. Hoots, Jeanne Hotard, Therese Ann Huet, Dianne Hurst, Eddie Hutton, Dorothy R. Hyman, Ellen Nlarcelle Hymel, Debbie Hymel, Rosina mi VNTXVQWX K wb Dsgk FOX N f. X X N f X x Ngx X N X f hxexxsxv A N S S X X c SQEXX : fir ' sim X X ,fran ' f X, I " .. LR-f'q:FJ4S' ' ' :Yx 4, X' . g i -gs. XX N -sf X3 xx 2 ix wx X 1. Q V L X s fs t S J L QQ Q X N X g s X K 2 1 sa Q X my W .1,, fee. x 2 3 .la-vw 533 sm .Y-XT, 1 M av 2? . fl gg, X ,5 LL Y X 2 s was is ex sqxx N we ,D X 5 f X v 2 V -5 71 4x NX fig, Z' sm as fm Al if x 6 be ,V-fn! 'mk- ,Ni , in .r 'E Gia. Q1 175 lgnaczak, Elizabeth M. James, Martha Jean Jerry, Cassandra Johnson, Donna Johnson, Estelle Jones, William Barney Jordan, Cecil M. Kelly, Ruth Lynn Kelmell, Elise Kernion, Charlotte C. Killen, Mary Ann King, Karen S. Klunot, Mary Anne Kotteman, Billie Ann Kramer, Elizabeth Kravvecke, Linda Krennerich, Pamela Lacinak, Carol Ann Lala, Susan Lapara, Doris Larose, Debbie Laurent, Deborah LeBon, Elaine LeBourgeois, Charlotte Lee, Gail Louise Legendre, Sharmin Leidimger, Virginia Ann Lew, Jane Lindheim, Judy Lindsey, Harry LoCascio, Ann Marie Lohmann, Sue Louviere, Margo Lozes, Renel Ann tl 4-'CT A i l l Q i l l l ii l l ll l E l E 5, l l F r . l . l l . l l c 2 i l P 1 l l i Q 2 i l I i sl it il' .. n l l l l i I LN El E F ll li il i l a " ,I '-zz' 1 I-If -.J 322 Lucas, Christine Lumpkins, Kerry L. Macaluso, Toni Mahoney, Karen L. Mansour, Brenda Manthey, Yvette A. Marphis, Rosalie Marshall, Delores A. Martello, Gail M. McAlister, Rebecca McCattery, Susan L. McClain, Earlean Medock, Carol Messina, Andrew C. Methe, Vicki A. Milloit, Kathleen L. Ming, Janis L. Mire, Virginia C. Mitchell, Cornelius Mitchell, Francis Mitchell, Yvette J. Moncada, Patricia Monneriahn, Barbara a S in One can always find a place to relax in the open spaces ofthe UNO campus. - gs! ,..- ' N ' X 'x W3 ss4sc.N.x,,b 'Lfx ll 9.11, Us In "' . '1 Nix 'Q' x if Morris, Carol Ann Morvant, Denise S Morvant, John Movve, Astrid K. Murphy, Ellen Naccari, Suzanne Nehles, Donald Nelson, Linda J. Nelson, Nancy Norman, Barbara S O'Brien, Ellen Olsen, Marilyn M. Onesta, Josephine O'Rourke, Kathleen Oster, Julie Oulliber, Judy Paddock, Debbie Patrick, Kathy Pepitone, Phyllis Perronne, Lynne Perry, Barbara Philips, Maureen Phillips, Connie Ponstein, Margaret Porter, Betty Pruett, Karen Rachal, Carolyn Raggs, William J. Jr Reems, Frances Richard, Patricia Ritter, Gloria Ann Roberton, Pamela Robichaux, Cheryl Robinson, Ellen Robinson, Ruth A-C we K F' Robinson, Elaine Romano, Sandra Roso, Frank Rowbathom, Paulette Ruth, Carol Scheaermann, Kay Schexnagdre, Deborah Scott, Paulette Seay, Margaret Shelita, Marie Smith, Galen Smith, Ingrid Smith, John Smith, Lillie Smith, Regina Snow, Kenneth S 'l', k l,,, V. -7 -, llfuz T' 1" ' I ' If V f , , ,ix . ,f , ., f 5 2 2 . ff 1' af. f, 'X ' 222 fpvifwiz Stropolo, Cheryl Stumpf, Peggy Sutherland, Preston Sutherland, Sue S , ,.1.,NM iz ffl N X f - 1 L, .fy N 2, Mitzi"-.Q fy , f.: f f gff fi- 5-,Q , mail-, 'ff , 1 ,, , f, , , ,ff A V i- 15 r, ff l 217 4 X f f . M X, 9 t ff 2 , , In ,,,,,, gfffyemf , ,f fff gxiffjjg y f,.r.,f Q X ff frfy 2 -' , Q X gf an if-,fu --fm f f , ff f 'f if aff f ,,ff,, dvi- M g X .f',W' f ,I 4 A gy, X ' z fm' K f Q Lt, ,4 xg 4 If A 5 1 NJ --'U 'B if Talbot, Patricia Thomas, Nancy Tizzard, Diana Tucker, Lewis Tutaro, Stephanie Ulmo, Susan Waltzer, Brenda Wegmann, Pamela Welloorn, Lavell Werther, Patricia Wilbur, Linda M. Williamson, Julie Winkler, Laura Woolledge, Sandy Yasnyi, Linda Faye Young, Emile C. Zimmer, Theresa M. Ann i I i i i - 1 f x r 'S,x'x+Y',Sfs' .. "i ,i,- ,. T, l 1 W P c " f my h x Ex i cf T., Zito, Patsy xxx I I 0 I f I Students exchange political views while enioying the spacious campus- 325 ? H Fr-' " , me ff Below: The University Band gives a public performance in Jackson Squ l Right: Journalism classes frequently use the campus lelevision in preparing mock news re l l l I 235 i gli ll Il, -' l ll l'! ,il will ill il lilly ,,Nl lilli lllij ply in-l .,l i'l ,H 'l liv lx xl Z il l ll l l 1 l ll- l lil l , vig ill l. ll: ,l- mil ill! 'l' fl' lwtllli i ur Ili lllli .,i ll. lllll ll ill' ll I QV, lil ll l l ,. ill N 4 ll l . 1, 1 l 326 ,bn ff' ,L v,-u Above: Mr. Choufe conducts one of his ch I 'd ing concert. orus casses outs: e in preparation for an upcom- Right: Peter Gabb, portrays Willie Stark in the Drama DeparlmenT's production of "All The King's Men." College of Libercil Arts Ylxxgf f:'i'S+' 'T' ' DR. COOPER R. MACKIN Dean of the College of Liberal Arts By providing a wide range of courses and curricula, the College of Liberal Arts enables each student to develop a broad intellectual and cultural perspective. Such a perspective both enriches his lite and prepares him for leadership in whatever profession or voca- tion he chooses. Even more important, it gives him an awareness of himself as an individual in the context ot his civilization. i Y l ll it l i 1 l 1 il l ,L Q ,,,.f"' " fx N .sy sal f-3 ,' nt . . . . . . - 1 de Group discussions in Political Science classes contribute fo SU i ll l it l li 1 l l Akerstrom, Richard ji Albritton, Martin E. . Aiken, Kathleen it Antoine, Lawrence L. li L l J l lg Null Barbarin, Lemuel M. ll ll l Bauer, Josephine T il ' illil lull illl l l ,ill Beck, Christy If Becker, Janice l i l l L ll l l i ,ir JW. il i V Bibbins, Carolyn R. Bilich, Mark J. in 1 li it ' i ll ll 4 lll l 1 i al Q l Black, Deborah ,lil Bland, Sheila Rose l-gli Bocage, Shurrnaine Agnes X X, gi Boesch, Loretta if , iw Q 4 ,, 5 3123 , X 5 ii l ll l BWBTEYTESS of CUl'fenl events. l iii li l ll 328 '45 E I L lil . 1 i ll 5 1 ' .iii X095 l A 'Qs A v I' tl X 5 Hx 9 .af-A W' We .4- J if ' 1' .4 "'-f fl 'UN 9 i Y i f- 'VN fxwv N ,skim 4-A.,-5, FXWTS ' i : . 231 P ,,,...,... .. , Qs , ff X it X X jxx 405. f?',7",I ,IGM X X XX W Y 'f " A" C 'VVW 4 "A'f , P- A' '1AAA ' ' 5, XQO :,, f , , ' . Qfwgax .,,:: .. - '- we . . as-ar f m r J. f 3+ . X as aswixs X, X .5 NX X X 0 Q . i , Swi X sg ,Q M25 Xgwxsf x th MQ sg E x X K Ns as X. XX X X X. xy? . Hs .s I , ' es ll MNMZY Bouclin, Muriel Brammer, Martha Brettel, Ernest H. Jr. Brown, Alicia Buccola, Sheryl L. Burnstein, Danny Busurelo, Eric Buzbee, Glenn F. Cabiran, Cassandra Cameron, Carmen Cassanova, John D. Castelluccio, Peter Catolano, Diane Cefalu, Stephen B. Chemay, Mark Cievtat, Janet A. Clausing, Carolyn Comer, Gina Cooper, Karen Cresap, Deborah Crump, Robert Jr. D'Amico, Sal Darby, Marion Davis, Ross 329 5-xxx, f. . FQ + . l I l l l l I l I i .f""' 4' f l I rl 1,1 'l 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 11 'l 11 gl I, ,ll 11 1 1 1 11 ,X1 1 .11 l 111 1 1 .11 1 fllf 111 I 1 1 lil, 1 M 1 1, 1111 f 1 '1 1 11 1 111 1. 11 1 11'l 1 'I 1 1 1 111 f'l1l 1 1 1 , ll itll zl U z 11 l 11 1 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1, 1 I l 11 I 1 1 i F. ,Z l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 330 Dee, Carrol M. Delony, Steven A. Deseumauc, Martine Diaz, Margarita Dickson, David Drouant, Robert Duffel, Mona L. Dumas, Patricia Dumestre, Claudia Dumestre, Zither Ebel, Frederick Charles Egan, Este-lle R. Fahr, Renee Fanning, Mary Faust, Deborah Favre, Joy Fezler, Lynda Fiasconaro, Anita Fink, Flora Fitzmorris, Thomas Gerard Flynn, Diana Flynn, Kerrin Foucha, Bruce Thomas Z'-43 -an-24 NM QM Frederick, Gwendolyn Freeman, Sally Sue Q.. 1 French Fries?'? 1 1 'fund 3' X1 f"Z'-V tsl IQ, ii, I 5: F. 2 f N, lznflien, Constance Fume-I, Mignon E. Gamberger Wladislavv Gogreve Ronald L -.a wr Green, Melinde M. Lobello, Ann Grittin, Lucrece Groth, Johanne M. Guillory, Patricia . 653 .xi X x ,ix ,. T - A.- W 5 A XY X l N l 'Q x Q " 'ur Q 2 4 i Q7 5 rl! ' f Hamilton, Hecly M. Harris, Carol M. xy, Q ,my Q,:QfIIu?'f Harris, Thorne Herr, Ellen Heurtin, Suzanne M. as . we iv L yy' . ,Fw ug we V 3543 ' gffaifzfe 5 Qftatxa' it A ,eww 1 M. - M ,- writes? My Ng swf . Q ,wb a fa . ,mafia Moments of relaxation provide time for thought. 'mi , gmt fi qi gg .45 1: ff: -- Nwfs yr .QM ? A Xe UW' .4 . . :Wc' "Jn" i 1 I l l 1 l l 1 i-X, ,,.. f-"-' A lll ,ir ,ii 1 f? , 1 il, , i i -l ill, 5,1 3 .qi L l 1 ill l Q il wi lil l il' ,IIN lil 1 ll i ll ,lx , l ll, il' l illll' ill L flf . ww luv .NN i ,,. .ill L ill l ylllll l il lllllx ' ,Jil , , :luv gif, ill l ij l.l' 1 lj lll llll, l lim ,,.l, :ii :Lil ,,,,, I l -l i rl l ll i . all l L Flli il lil l llji ' l l'.l l is i 1 all l . Q li: l vii 'l ' rfil. X lizl r 'f ji l, ll l 3 i I illil ..il i"l l lil ,.l :rl Q! 2 l lil 4.1 l Y l i l il ' , i l e ll li il f I iii i Y i 2 '.l I i l ll l Il l ll E l l l l l 1 , ,li il 332 Hildebrand, Su-san Hildebrand, William C. lll Hrapmann, Helen Hubbell, Gerald Iverson, Frances Jacobsen, Thomas E. Johnson, Charles Johanson, James Kaul, Bonnie Klein, James H. Koin, James J. Krogh, Rhea Kuehne, Karen Lafolleiie, Cheryl Lagan, Maiihew Laguaiie, Daniel Langhoff, Dale Lanza, Liz Lasirapes, Diane Lee, Freddie P. Leniani, Lisa Leydon, Joseph Locascio, Bernard Lochbrunner, Erwin Jr. Capacity filled classrooms are Typical on The UNO campus. 174' 1 i of J , J 1,5 41 if 'M f f I ff X x X , 1' ,ff M y fx, -, I Wyfpfy n x Y , ,., C 1 f ? ,f W-A f ff 555 ff . , l,f , 0162 ff L , ik, f ' f ,XV if, Hi ' W Www " 1 , 'f Loesberg, Richard Looecchio, Ronald Lott, Larry Maddine, Anne Yvette Manthos, Peter Martin, Dorothea Mata, Marie A. McGinn, Elizabeth McHenry, Jessie McNeal, Gerald T. Means, Susan N. Merrick, Wayne Metoyer, Marsha Michell, Peter W. Monteleone, Mary Jane Montgomery, Michael S. Muhs, Donna M. Muniz, Ramon Nabonne, Phyllis Ohlweiler, Janice Dee Olivier, Suzanne O'Neill, Daniel Palermo, Anthony J. Jr. Palmer, lJudith J. Panquerne, Wayne Patterson, Johnel Richard Payton, Joycelon Petiavino, Paula J. Phillpot, Janet Pitre, Nathan Piron, Gordon Prince, Marilyn Pursell, Ronald Quarles, Tach Raspanti, Roy Reinhard, Cynthia Richardson, Edwina Roberson, Ray Anthony Rodrigue, Renee Rogers, Irma Schenk, Gaynell Schoener, Ann Scorsone, Rosemond Shambra, Edward Shaw, Delia Sirgo, Henry Smith, Judith Soileau, Jo Rita Stern, Kristine Stern, Rochelle Stockton, James Stoltz, Marilyn Ann - gii-gi i HA Y if i i i M v WW 7 Terrebonne, Joy Thibodaux, Wilbert Thompson, Kateri Valdes, Helio J. 9-K of 'f ' 35,112 V, .,,,.,.fH,,fiff2,,: ' , jwrwfgftl, f 1 ' Wifiwwim ,.,, Vath, Jeanne Vega, Ronald Veizer, Marilyn N. Y Wagner, Wolfgang D. Walkner, Reginald H. Walsh, Dennis Patrick Walton, Linda Marlene Wayman, Cheryl Weilbaecher, Mary White, Deborah Wieland, Kathleen Wild, Adrienne M. Williams, Susan Willig, Charles Albert Wilson, Ronald Winters, Ba rba ra Www Winters, Lora Zeringue, Joan Zinge, Catherine A. During a break in the cafeteria a student caP' tures a brief moment of thoughf- 5 I... ff' ' , lil till fl :Nl lil l'- lf' lil 11' iv. li :lf ll 'l lil llll .,l,!l 1 ll ill tl ill.- lill ill Fl ,:l, l llll l 'll l ,fully 2. 1, l '-l ll l ll ,lf l lil' llll ' ,,., llll lui, Nl' illl ll ,liflxl .lull ,N 'lluw 'llllll ful' lil, rl. ,'l,l , ll, l , Qrlll ll -ill ll ll- 'll l l l l l l MT. 1: l ll, 2 'lil lgxg: lg lll tlhll fll' ll, l3'l :fllll 'l ll ilu , l lylll Dil lUl'll all l llil llll li'z ll, l lil wil lil lui! vlll ll' I l Ll' . it l f'l l l l l l jl l l 'rs , l 1 l 336 Below: Chemistry students compare notes before the laboratory period begins Right: A ty-pical science office holds much equipment in spite of a definite lack of space Ml!-is.. 'uv- Above: The use of the microscope is a vital part of the biology laboratory. Right: Bobbie Kaul reviews the procedure before beginning a chemistry experiment. 'Q llgd B Eg! lpigi -...- ,, A, Q-......,,..f .,.... ' r' X ssvmhv wss, X A sys ,r fm we i 1 ' A X X, . .,f 4, . ,y f , X47 ,, K 0 l College of Sciences 'i..lF., LQ' DR. BILL J. GOOD Dean of the College of Sciences The College of Sciences has remained proud of its high quality of education made possible through the efforts of its outstanding faculty. New, improved facilities are constantly being added in the several scientific departments. Whether students wish to enter a medical career or further their knowledge of the physical en- vironment, they can be assured of an excellent background with which to pursue their desired profession. 337 Alberi, Arlene Anderson, John S. Anderson, Lawrence C. Aranda, Larry Ard, Kenneth Asercion, Joseph A. ATer, Sharon Barbe, Larry E. Barranco, Roswell Battaglia, Gayle, Berger, Timothy J Bernard, Ronnel Blain, Billy Bonura, Lynn Boos, Michael W. Boucree, Rosalie Boyle, John A. Brennan, Roy M. Brignac, Ronald L. Brinkrnan, Ronnie Broussard, Belinda Buras, Michael Burroughs Millard G F l ,,f,,,,,, , ,, If tg' , 1 ' mg a, t Chemistry lab involves the continuous cleaning of equipment. .. Q ,l . it V il ,jg , Cancienne, Warren E. Jr. . 41 fr X Carmen, Allen S. I Casey, Christopher p Chetta, Nicholas A. Jr. l f-4 .,,, Cheung, Lok-Sang Duncan Chin, Gim Mae l 'QW Vw, Chin, Jane J Q E ' 3 Christopher, C. Barrett l - Chu Lai Yun, Edith Cisneros, Robert 1 Y . l With the help of displays, a biology instructor conducts his class. 339 A-fx fi Clark, Kathy C. Coney, Bruce E. Conrad, Lennis T. Coyner, Mary Cradic, Harold E. ll Crawford, William Crusta, Richard Dike, Douglas G. Douglas, John Donato, Goldman Raymond Donnaud, Donald Drude, Richard B. Dupuy, Mike Dwyer, Gregory Allen Early, Marlee Mary Egan, Eileen A. Evans, Randall A. Evans, Robyn Falgoust, Joan Faucheaux, Stephen Faike, Jeffery Fischer, Donna Fitzpatric, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Valerie Fonte, Harold J. Forest, Mark Gregory France, Craig W. Fuller, Clark H. Gaffney, Robert J. Gaines, Chris M. Galiano, Barbara Galway, Lionel A. Jr. Gardner, John Louis Gashy, Louise Gay, Barbara Giacona, Francis T. Gilmore, Karla Gioia, Philip Glaser, Nancy O. Gonzalez, Larry P. Graham, Graham Graysoni, Gullung, Hartenst Robert Russel Walter William H. Ill ein, Richard E. Hastings, Deborah Ann Henry, Craig Hernandez, Octavio Hiiuelos, Al Hinton, Douglas Hinton, Susan L. Hollander, Jack D. Holley, John G. Howe, Richard Allen Hughes, Patricia Lee James, Rowland Jeandron, Raymond J. Johnson, Sylvester Jones, Robert Juneau, Ann Kaul, Bobbie Jean Kaveski, Anne Marie Key, Barbara Mary King, Larry Wayne Kirby, Douglas Neal Kokemor, John Kolling, Rhodia Krantz, Deborah Lam, Stephen W. Lamargue, Philip 342 - W" 1-. i . ' ' 1 Lambou, Louis V. f J Lanasa, Elaine Landry, John M. F Larose, Michele E. . f Lassus, Edward J. Jr. Launey, Richard E. LeBlanc, James P. Jr. Leboida, Mark Lee, John J. Legendre, Michael G. LeJeune, Kathy Liuzza, Donald H Livaudais, Jack f Lorentz, Brian Lott, Gerald C. . f Lowell, Marcella. 1 Maclnnes, Michael B. Maier, Christine Martin, Barbara Martin, Russell A l Massarini, Frederick W. McClain, Deborah . McFarland, Larry E. N- McGovern, Steve - McMahon, Maureen 5 4 i X trim away a little flab, probe a few muscles-AHA! THE McRaney, Frances L. VWREOU5 HUMOR! Melana, Raymond Mercier, Cliff Merke, Michael R. f fx! VS. f f' w l fy XR. M- if . Fixx if Miller, George Mills, Denise Mocklin, Kevin Etienne Monte, Frank Joseph Mooney, Patrick, R. Muhoberac, Barry B. Mulino, Luciano Mull, Deborah Mumphrey, Clarence Murla, David C. Naiolia, Kenneth Paul Nicholas, Rogers Norrnan, Richard O'Donnel, Jeffrey O'Neil, Nancy Elaine Owens, Claude Owens, Robert E. Parnell, Mel Jr. Pascarelli, Vincent J. Patch, Sharron Marie Pavur, Edward J. Jr. Penner, Colleen Peschlow, Sandra Pilotte, Diane Pippin, David A. Pisciotta, Madlyn Cecile Pittord, Geraldine Popovich, George M. Jr Porterie, Gaston Louis Ragan, Lewis C. Bily, Linda Redding, Carolyn Ann Reinhardt, Loughlin R. Reralton, Melvin G. Rittiner, Daniel T. E v l T' 'l li il ,,l ,il !'l ,ill if-l W, nl, Vi wil 5 i I., li llll ,l lllll l lily ,ll 3 l Jill il l . 1 l , J .i l, i l 1 fi bl l ll lr li gl il i ll L It l 1 . in l . li ,. i r l l l i l l l I l l lv fl rr ,, ll ll l ll l ,,i l ,ull 'xlilv fill. l ll ll E l l ,gl l ,,, I Ill ll Qi I 'li il l gi i ll l l .1 ll I l 344 Rodriguez, Fred Jr. Rodriguez, James Ross, Edward RupperT, Edward Rufus, Carol Sanders, Barbara Sandoz, James Sarafyan, Lawrence Scariano, Jack Schlater, Anise Schloegel, Hermann Schoenhardt, Norman Schoennagel, Charles Jr. Schroeder, Natalie Schuier, Donna Shirley, Kathleen Sicard, Melanie "I know there was a rubber policeman in here somewhere." pw-4 Simkin, Ronald Sinisi, Terryl Smira, Lawrence Snee, Richard W, 52' A XX Q f fl lla Gr ,few 3 vii! .- 1 1 c' ff, W, : ,ma-x, 1014 W Sv is ,Q s gf We I f,...-v ,,-an. sa Q, i ., fi w,fQ5,54",af'e, 'K , -f ,f ' , T , ' ' V , ' J, ' ',C"!z? " 6 .Q, '. I u v" Eiqlisiv . .: :K - :PG 5, I I .. Qfnr. . . . . :4 ,7 4.'n.vv-.J bf a no 1.1 . 'u I' ' 'I 52222 1' ' Nt.-".'no' N,' , '- fl FQ! 4034 Iii f ,b ' 4 fl' U .- ,T if ff ,fy ,Q uf' 5. if f xiii is , . 5 S 1 fa . ,, MM. 5 I if 4' . , K, fgx . xg . fx is x 0' X' xi sf . 'Y 15' '-, -.1-Q? ,w-gg 5 ' P 4 f J Vt, +V-X-V sf, Q z 2 K A 5 Q 'J' 5 ' s .... so 1. s X K QS 1 xg V, 'si Sf, ' Y X -iw: x x , z.. .Q : A .K M: X y K . x s l , 5 5 . f 'A -,, ,. - 53:3 wr? RAE if bg 's gg z G sy Q' V 'T r' ' E 'JXYQQIY' -rf 'Q ' .mia .yi .5555 ' ' . its Wilmgai Ei -M. all X UQS Aan. Ni Woodward, Terran Young, Jerry Zitchtield, John E. Zitzmann, Michael Soto, Joe Stoll, Betty Sustendal, Charles Swann, Robert E. Tapia, Ruben Andres Terese, Stephen J. Thibaut, James Thomas, Edward Tobin, Mary Susan Torres, Julio Udler, Elena Vernace, Carol Vignes, Gwen Vincent, Cary Vitrano, Charlene Wagner, Larry M. Wagner, Raymond Walsh, Eileen Ward, Robert Weber, Glen A. Wiederecht, Fabian Wimberly, James Wise, John H. Wong, Andrew Wong, Charles 345 l 1 l, i fl i l JL!-f 346 Evening Division J DR. ALBAN F. VARNADO DirecTor of Evening Division As The school day draws To a close on The LSUNO campus, The doors of Evening Division are open To men and women who seek To furfher Their educaTion while pursuing Their various careers. A wide range of courses are offered in all The maior fields of sTudy. While noT a college 'in iTself, Evening Division plays a significanf role in The UniversiTy communiTy. 347 1 l I I lw is l'! W l y. l, l. I l I l l .1 in l l 1 fs L Y i ' X Jn- ,J v xi .-X ,E z0X,'x xx Q fx xx gx X N x xx x X E ff'- EN-X " nf .J ,eiXiledT ,y1clUA .1l, e1oboedT 31511198 .A e3ir1eL ,Qw-EI eTTemnA ,oTTonsleTeD .3 516121168 ,neeneTai1rD .A asm:-aL ,:l16ID nnA ,nivelll .1L .J egwoe-EJ ,STBMSG Fl biveCJ ,ESQTOJZBG .L m5iIliVV ,SNOG .J eyeil ,HOIIIEI m6iHiVV ,rlniil 8b ,rm In fo- Wax - u K' uf... 'Y- Q 1 s , ,, sg Q... .KJ 15 JL l 2 wus ' f if ik le.. i Q 3 Granier, Parrick D. Heimel, William P. Hirsch, Diane M. Hoffman, Gerrard F. Krulz, Gary L. LaHosTe, Lawrence H. Latino, Peter Jr. Lopez, Clauderre M, Mahorney, Penelope W. May, Michael McShan, Lessley G. Perkins, Ramona M. Pizzolato, Roselynn Reardon, Richard E. Sfanovich, Lois L. Stevens, Colleen O. Sfierwald, Barbara Thompson, James R. 349 If-'I I Ii I ' I I I I - I I I Ilzg IIII VXI! ,II II il Ill I'I III II II III III III II II I II 'II ii,I IIII :III I II ,Il VI III I I vi .'I I mg! ,If II I wI, lI I III I I' IIII I IIIII IEGI Il II yIII I IUII II II IEI IIII III' III M II I II I ,M III IIIII Jlfll 'IIII III, I' I' -I II I II II ,I ll I II NI 'I' II III I ,I I II I II 7 II II I II ,III I III II III III I III ' III N Iiil 'III 'l. II. !I'1 :I If ,II II II IIII II I ,Ie II I. ily I I I I I I , I I I I I 350 Below and right: Counseling pr0veS to be 6 vital aspect of JUDIOI' Division. '-away ' v"""-vw. III-IIl.,'IIIfIllUlI l-IIII NEW PRES ECN MAN Smdz III: 'THX ffQ?Z70n ff1f!3'2"' WM ,ff 4, fin ff . asa ,ffm-:n?Zffwfy6fJ l SI GN Fgfxl Qilgalfsrgqyll W Above: Tired students patiently await their IBM packets before registration. Right: Valuable career information can be obtained through the use of numerous magaZit't6S and brochures displayed by Junior Division. I I I I I lI I I I I I I EERIQINFI fuftfsfl ' 4.4 lOl' 1-6 lllpm N 'X l llllllINFlJRMFiTIDN CENTER Y A?-f ...... ec- '- f Junior Division Y. iv X DR. JAMES W. ELLIS Dean of the Junior Division The major obiective of Junior Division is to help beginning students become familiar with the University community before embarking upon a definite course of study. Counselors, staff members, and volunteer students aid undergraduates in taking the ever-important initial steps in their educational development. Free counseling, vocational and other testing, and information on various careers are available to all interested students. lil ll ill l Q M 'llll' ,U ii nrt, wi ,i if ttyl ill Sill llll illl llh till lil lll 'l,l . Alme, Tommy l Il till Aleman, Elvia J. 'ill li if l , A ,li i l I i .li- V ix ill l .lil All lil all Ml ill ll Qll , ,Egg Alesich, John L. lllfl Allen, Janet L. lilll 'till I., lwl til Alien, oreiha T. lil Allerton, William Ill lflv lllll lll 'fl lair l 1 jll Almer, Steve lil Alonzo, Mirna qi Alouise, Annie 3,5 Anderson, Barbara i Anselmo, Madeline ill lil A il ii 'll ,ll ,li April, Robert W. all Arbour, Yvonne ll Armbruster, Kathy M. lfll Armour, William Arnold, Debbie all ll .gill 1-4 l. llll ll-1 ill ll- ll- Arrigo, Paul J. ,lQ Ascani, Yolande Attaya, Sam D. it Atwood, Kathleen Lee ll, Aubert, Madeline Mary i l l X l 352 11 X479 K f - . I , i Q t wifes. i , ,AJ Q 4, ' Q 5 f 31,4 L A A N-ff: m 5 5 at Q ' A f MQ gf. A, , - "7 l HEI ff, wwf if if ,, -. t , I ,, JY-. f... ......,.- ,., ,.l 1 l i i f-2 'iff-0 ,s Q, 1 s X , ,f me Augustin, Shannon Augustine, Guy Aultman, James Autin, Curtis Auzine, Gary Averna, Nathalie Baloeneaux, Patti Babin, William Babovich, Karen Bade, Robert B. Bae, John E. Baiamonte, Claire E. Bakken, Endre Leo Baldioceda, Monica Balencia, Angelique Bantin, Al Barbarin, Adair Barker, Debra --.. l I l l l t l i . Km , i When the answers don't come immediately a student has to think of something to say. 53 f'T' Barovichio, Frank P. Barrios, Cathy Marie Bartolotia, Gay Bass, Sandra Ann Bauer, Beth Beck, Doris Becnel, Oscar R. Bell, Camille Belone, Loretta Beninato, Scott David Bennazar, Rosa Bennett, Ramon Bermudez, Francisco Bertheaud, John Bevan, Harold Bevis, Patrick J. Bienvenu, Warren C. Bierhorst, Diane Jean Black, William H. Blanchard, Debbie Blutord, Dwight Zack Boach, Susan Bonie, Trudy Boos, Thomas Borden, Susan Boucree, Jeanne Boudin, Enilda Boudreaux, Bon Boulen, Jane G. Boulet, Janet Bourg, Shelley Bourgeois, Jean Bourgeois, Woodrow Boyd, Susan F. Boynton, Patricia Bradley, Kathy Branton, Laura Jean Breaux, Kathy E. ' Breaux, Nancy L. Brehm, Kathleen A. Brekecn, Kathy Dianne Bridges, Juliette Brinkman, Elaine Brinkmann, Deborah Brisco, Ozella Brockhoeft, Alfred F. Brown, Cassandra Brown June Brown Kathleen Brown, Yolanda Brown, Yvonne L. Bruno, James J. Bryan, Johanne Bunn, Cynthia Burgard, Raymond L. Burgess, Donald G. Burkhart, Debi Burke, Daniel Burke, Kevin Burke, Patricia Burnside, Robert E. Butler., Brenda A. Butler, Emelda Butler, Janice Butts, Gerald E. Byrne, Andrea Cain, Michael J. Caire, Agna Calo, Janet Calton, Willis Owen Carnp, Kathleen Campbell, Mary Jane Candella, Angela Kay Cannatella, John Jr. Caranek, Mary Anne Carroll, Kathy Carter, Carol Caruso, Lucas Casaly, Rudolph Casey, Sharen Casper, Kenneth Cassano, Renita Casse, Janet A. Castillo, Cathlene Catalano, Gerald Catalanotto, Michael Catoire, Audrey Catorie, Gayle Ann Catoire, Ruby Joy Cansey, Willie Irene Centola, Kenneth Ce-rise, Henry M. Chaix, Lana Claire Chan, Linda Chapman, Elenore Ann Charles, Linda Chin, George iff' f' fix J, -ww-w4"r-'--'v"!,!!'mm . f ,A f ! - - ' ' " ffl,"Qf4t'.-Qsf'-., f wg- -,ff '5L,..L!-I ' TX fm . . 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Creel, Margaret Crist, Donald P. Crist, Maureen F. Crosland, Gary Crossman, Ardis Crowder, Ina Crump, Shirley Cruthirds, Charles Cuenca, Bennie J. D'ana .lan Daigle, Daniel Alfred D. DaSilva, Arlisa Daspit, Ruth Davis, Cynthia Dean, Honey DeBarbieris, Mary l. De-Gruy, Martha A. A student takes advantage of a rare quiet moment in the U.C. '-mil N436 ,away X, ww..-no . .., fyw ir My Delahoussaye, Denise Delaney, Deborah Delarosa, Margaret Delatte, Thomas Delery, Carl Delery, Roxanne DeMichiel, Patricia Dempsey, Lawrie DeRouen, Karen Desselle, Wayne J. deVillasana, Juana Diaz, Norma Dicarlo, Sandy Dickerson, Linda Dickerson, Rosa Dileo, Joe Dillan, Norma Dimaggio, Carolyn Discon, Thomas R. Jr Doescher, Marilyn Domangue, Dianne Domino, Anita M. Donoghue, Lisa N. Donoghue, William Donte, Cindy Doss, Darryl Doss, Kathy Drayton, Jacqueline Duloas, Melanie DuBois, Andrea 60 DuBreuil, Cora Duloriel, Charlolfe Ducore, Dwayne Dunlap, Ramona Dunn, Krisleen Duplanfier, Dale Dupre, Dennis Durel, Kathy Durham, Palricia Dyer, Oliver Ebert, Melanie Eckerle, John Economides, Deborah Ehlers, Sylvia Eisvvirrh, Gwen Elder, Yvonne Eldness, Susan Ellzey, S. J. Engelbrachf, Theresa Espiau, John Essno, Lynn Evans, Laura FaisT, Leon Jr. Falanga, Daniel Falz, Anna Faucette, Sallie M' ww Wm, ll mu . I 'Q 1 4 I , W , . W, , ik , Q I' 1 1 J .,., -ff"'.1,f,.',f V. '- ?M,agl.,,h 4 ,WP--,' frfbgwyb A. ,. X - --W., - -'fa -. w,,,,,Aif ,. xv, by W'-fm ' "KM 'M ,W ,M 'Lil Rx . J. , Hi. ,lf , T.: 'rl'?lN.. f ii - pi. 'Q 1,31 Q. ,H we 'w ' lx fr .vi ryiw A .sv W - , , . fi , .,..,.A - ,AV V Q , We 1 1 il ,lf 4-Avy' "1 14 -TV ,,,. ,,- V1 ,V .,.,- gk-fn,-W, 1 Disgusted students leave the EB building after . 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Gross, Sonya Grundrnann, Marsha Guerin, Kay Lynn Guerin, Laura Guice, David Gushee, Cynthia Hadley, Daniel Harmeyer, Michael Harris, Glenn A. Harris, Michael Harris, Theresa Hartsmann, Burt A. Hartley, Catherine Harvey, lone Hatty, Maria Hawkins, Julia L. Hayden, Leslie Haynes, Gilbert Hebert, Robert Hebert, Stephanie Hedgepeth, Kathy Herbert, Susan Heim, Cathy Hellmers, Karen Helton, Betty Jean Henning, Stephen C. Henry, Karen Hentze, Donna High, David Hiiuelos, Ornalee Hill, Cathy Anne Hodge, Theresa Hoggatt, Stephen L. Holmes, Steven P. Honses, Lydia Hopkins, Vanessa Horil, Herbert H. Jr. Horton, Kenneth r 1 lf.. i 2 , ii .5 ..,-is K4 M., f 'f . 35 Kellet, George Kelmell, Gene Kerkhotf, Mar ina C. Kessler, Caroly Howard, Sharon Hughes, Larry Hunter, Charles W. Hunter, Richard Jr. Hunter, Shiela Hymel, Bill Hymel, Deirdre M. Jackson, Beverly Jackson, Margaret Jarnes, Marilyn M. Jetterson, Jane Jenkins, Elton M Jessemy, Carolyn Joaquin, Joseph Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Patricia A Joienille, Patricia Joichin, Lauren Jones, Ann Jones, Connie Jones, Cynthia Jones Dorcas Jones Gwendolyn Jones Judith Ann Jones, Wanda Judge, Erin A. Judice, Michael Juneau, Thomas Kaul, Billie Sue Kellerman, Peggy Kimble, Joseph Kincade, Bruce C. King, Gweneifa M. D. Klimm, Cheryl J. Klingman, Peggy Klingman, Russell Klurnpp, Linda Knighi, John E. Koenig, Karen Kolb, Edward W. Jr. Kornrumpf, Kathy Krass, Jill S. Kreffi, Frannie Labarre, Jay Labarihe, Deborah La Biche, Irene Lachney, Debrann Lacoste, Cheryl A. Ladegaillerie, Nancy La Folleite, Chris av l 1 1 F 5 Fipv 1:17 'VN ck -.,,' 25, 26, 27 kernels, 28... 75x X?" ,N 'x"x ' f-iii? Laporte, Oswald Larrneu, Edward Larrneu, Peggy Larocca, Anna I l , , ffl L, sur? xn Larocca, Kathy Latham, Susan Ann Lawrence, Deborah A. Lawrence, Linda Lazard, Sylvia LeBlanc, Betty LeBlanc, Mark Jr. Le Bourgeois, Stephanie Le Carpentier, Janet Le Carpentier, Louis J. Jr. Lee, Corlis Lee, Dixie 367 Lee, Iris O. Lee, Wanda Mae Legrand, Paul Leingang, Glenn Lemaitre, Judiih Leon, Edwina Leonard, Jo A. Levafino, Jacqueline Levaiino, Josephine Lewis, Sandra Lipani, Don Lisian, Paula Lloyd, Dennis Lobell, Gaynell Loga, Jo Ann Long, Terry Ann PYT -L A ga 4 3 l -' 5 h gf , ,V E i i ' asf FQLF "A. - ' fffel ll f ' A ffffnfwjgns' it "' 'H' -' ' x 5 Ji, l 6 1' llll 1 A . Lxbv' N i A I I"-ix! -s I .', fra xx 3. g lx QQ! .Gab g MM N i N -N ,S L -I' -.. Nr-9 'Sv i 5. i P 3 ,,,,,, by ,N "wtf V Students gather behind the afternoon rock fest. Lucas, Hallie Luscy, Mary Ann Mack, Felicia Maestri, Eddie Maestri, Noel Magne, Elizabeth Maher, Denise Manning, Daryl K. Maratea, Merrill Marchling, Diane Marino, Elizabeth Marioneaux, Marie Martin, Kathleen Ann Massenburg, Linda Masson, Harry A. Masters, Marion Mastio, Jean Mastio, Yvonne Matherne, Cathy Matthews, Bunn May, Dorothy May, Mary Ellen University Center for a Frioay Q 70 Mayer, Gerald Mayo, Glenda Irene Mays, Cynthia McCoy, Kristeen McDonnell, Ellen McDonald, Rosemary McFarland, Dianne McGee, Edna McGen'ry, Jane McGill, Dorothy McLendon, Anna Gray ii n Name, McMullin, William McShan, Gaynell Meisel, Harry Melan, Raymond Melchert, Lynn Memleb, Janell Mercadel, Connie Marie Mercier, Debra l 5 "ai ,o,, 1 -L c,,, L 'wwsl i l ' Wwwmmw , . www fig www se A .ss , sc N ., . .... ,AAAA ' T if " s x. i wysfl a sb sq 'aj' .4 xx- I SQ N X V W9s,XxX5Q X X xxx X N X New A s ,, f swf , kg A mirage of posters Ei liiil l l l iw , l IQ. 4 511539 E , , F K . , I ,, l . l . Q 2 ' - mm , C : 5 ' -l A- ' i i ls 1 f Q ' Ill. - , fra. ' , i -Q ' , 1 i U 1 ' ,1 1, .5 ja, . of I ' ' - ' is ' 1 ii flf""l K l i If 'S' i . rg ff sign 1 I .2 1 33 Q. i I 'Swff""': '1 i P " , ff. gi Q' U' .i , .fl r W ,f i gi.. V , 1 - i i haw ,. K 1 riff!! 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E Ll . 1 l ll i ' i Miller, Dennie Sue Miller, Stephen Mitchell, Paula Modenbach, Kathy Moffat, Debbie Moll, Virginia Ann Montegut, James III Montelepre, Joe Monteverde, Thomas Mooney, Collen Moore, Roy Victor Moore, Terry Carol Moran, Marie Morris, Lynda Mule, James, Jr. Murray, Blair Musselman, Donald candidate! fl 1 Nelson, Joe Neumann, Carole Newell, Linda Norton, Everett, Jr. Norworthy, Barbara Nunez, Charles Odom, Karen O'Sullivan, Patricia Otero, Antonio Otillio, Judy Owens, Thomas Palmer, Debra Palmgren, Frieda Palmisano, Belinda Parker, Frances Parker, Katherine Parker, Thomas Patterson, Linda Payne, Patricia Pearce, Patricia Pentes, Cynthia Perez, Catherine Perilloux, Kathy Perry, Doris Perry, Stephanie Peters, Chris i . K Q-. K l br lrflsgr If-v. 01100 ,,. 003: 97- Q ,. f"'5" .c 'F' 'W' Above: A rare moment is found for a few quick winks. Left: It will never fit. Peters, Valerie Petersen, Debbie Pierce, Keith Porler, Mary Powell, Joyce Poynot, Denise M Pral, Shirley Preston, Carolyn Price, Siephanie arie 373 l 374 Priestly, Jenniter Priestley, Laverne Quillens, Brenda Jean Quin, Sylvia Ann Rabalais, Cordia Rachal, Karen Raftery, Jackie Ragas, Jane Rancatore, Agnes Rando, S. Shirley Rando, Susan Rappold, Sharon Raspanti, Janine Rauch, Gail Marie Rausch, Carol Raymond, Cecelia Raymond, Jennifer Reab, Theodore Rearner, Syndie Reardon, Patricia Reboul, Walter Redmon, Brenda Reiling, Janice Reimonero, Alden Reis, Debbie Reynolds, Grey Riches, David Richter, Maxrnillian Riggio, Debbie Ritter, Mary Jo Rivero, Juliette Robert, Mary Ellen Roberts, Quitrnan, Jr. Robichaux, Karen Robins, Beverly xi O Sx2sx Q xx X Q xx 6 X x ,ti mai -,QI 105' R .X-'ff s ' , for . S c .. , , 4 X 412.2 ' X vas? 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'V'ffiTw Q , r ,W sq ' Or l i l Dudng registration students stand in endless lines to purchase books for the coming semester. 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B. 358 CVUVTWP, RObert Wilson 329 Cfvmn, Shirley Ami 358 Crusta, Richard William 340 Cruthirds, Charles W. 358 Cuallier, Jean A. 318 Cuenca, Bennie Joseph 358 Cullen, Yvonne Moniu 289 Currera, Cynthia Marie 250 Curry, Mary Grace 278 Curry, Mary Patricia 289 Cusimano, Donna Maria 289 Cutrell, Gary Lee 309 Daigle, Alfred Paul 358 Damico, Salvador Jean 329 D'Ana, Jan 358 Danahay, Barbara Ann 239 Daniel, Dianne S, 289 Daniel, Malcolm Noel 309 Danielsen, Lynn Ann 244, 230 Dannel, Dennis Jude 198, 289 Danner, James Richard, Jr. 258 Danos, Warren Joseph 289 Darby, Marion Clanton 329 Darce, Donald Joseph 309 Daret, Reno Jean, Ill 280 Dartez, James Ray 318 Dartois, Leon Bernard, Jr. 289 Dasilva, Arlisa Judy 358, 219 Daspit, Colleen Beth 289 Daspit, Ruth Evelyn 358 Dauphin, David Raymond 289 Davidson, John Albion E. 289 Davis, Carolyn Margaret 289 Davis, Davis, Davis l Davis, Davis Cynthia Marie 358 Glenn Paul 260 Patrick Martin 289 Robert Stanley 253 Ross Frank 258 229 Dawson, Douglas John 258 Dean, Honey M. Ward 358 Davis, Ross Frank 258, 329 Dean, Lenda 289 Dean, Nettie Lois 289 Dearie, Erlene J. Cuevas 319 Dease, Lyndia Colleen 319 Debarbieris, Mary Debra 358 Decedue, Donald Charles 254 Dee, Carroll M. 330 Defelice, Henry C. 260 Defourneaux, Susan Ann 319 Detuentes, Marialden S. 319 Degruy, Martha Ann 358 Deharo, Edward Joseph 280 DeHaro, Eileen DeCorte 280 Deichmann, Jamie Ann 289 Delahoussaye, Denise G. 359 Delaney, Deborah Ann 359, 230 Delaney, Roseann 239 Delarosa, Maragret Ann 359 Delassus, Emile Jules, lV 289 Delatte, Thomas Edward 359 Deleaumont, Gary Gerard 309 Delery Carl John 359 Delery Ferdinand J., Ill 289 Delery Roxanne Marie 359 Delger, Jo Ann 239, 319 Delise, Gail Ann 289 Delony, Steven Anthony 262, 330 Delphia, A. 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V. 291 Foucha, Ursula Dean 319 Fouchi, Vincent Peter 319 Fournier, Lilly Rose M. 319 Fowler, Kay Ann 239 France, Craig William 340 France, Georgia Ann 362 Francis, Bennie 362 Fransen, Henry V. 362 Fraught, Judith Ann 291, 230 Frauli, Michael 291 Frederick, Gwendolyn M. 330 Frederick, William G. 362 Freeman, Sally Sue 330 Fremin, Robert Henry 310 French, Elizabeth Irene 362 Fricke, Rosemarie F. 319 Fricke, Toni Ann Fuqua 362 Galbreth, Wayne Leonard 362 Galiano, Barbara Ann 340 Gallois, Hope Winona 362 Galway, Lionel A., Jr. 198, 340, 227 Gamberger, Wladislaw 253, 331 Gambino, Jerome 174, 172 Gammons, Pauline Telvina 362 Gandin, Josephine 362 Gange, Josemary Louise 239, 320 Garcia, Mary Elizabeth 362 Gardner, John Louis 260, 340 Garin, Harold Michael, Jr. 258 Garrett, Adline Elnora 362 Flores, Patricia 361 Florio, Michael Stephen 291 Flotte, Roberta Marie 361 Flowers, Robert Lee 362 Flynn, Diana Elizabeth 330 Flynn, Kerrin Elizabeth 362, 330 Folse, Pamela Catherine 243, 250 Fomby, Janet Rae 319 Fonseca, Anne Maria 362 Fonte, Harold Joseph, Jr. 198, 254,340 Fontenot, Charles Brent 362 Foote, Auburn Jane 319 Forcier, Catherine C. 291 Forest, Mark Gregory 340 Forestier, Susan Marie 319, 178 Formento, Lynn Marie 310 Fortenberry, Mary Elaine 362 Foti, Donna Christine 362 Foucha, Bruce Thomas 330 CAMPUS' SECURTY Fricken, Constance E. 331, 224 Friedman, James Patrick 362, 262 Froelich, Glen Gregory 362 Fugetta, Terrell Francis 362 Fuller, Clark H., Jr. 340, 218 Fuller, Robert Tracy 362 Fullmer, Mark Andrew 256 Fulton, Walter Lucian, Jr. 362 Fumel, Mignon 331 Funck, Cynthia Ann 319 Gabb, Peter Joseph 326 Gaden, Edward Boh 258, 310 Gaffney, Dianne Mary J. 74, 250 Gaffney, Robert James 346 Gagliano, Alfonso A. 291 Gaille, Linda Ellen 362 Gaille, Richard Dean, Jr. 174, 175, 172 Gaines, Chris Matthew 340 FT ,. n. Gettys, Robert Michael 254 Giacona, Francis Thomas 262, 341 Giardina, Joyce E. 291 Giarrusso, Cathy Rose 363 Giffin, Linda Austin 278 Gilbert, Karen Ann 363 Gill, Terry Randall 162 Gillan, Zelda Mary 363 Gillin, Kathy Ann 247, 320 Gilman, Myla Ann 320 Gilmore, Deborah Claire 363 Gilmore, Florence F. 239, 248, 268, 291, 236 Gilmore, Karla Alice 248, 341, 236 Gilmore, Tommy Lee 363 Gilyard, Henrietta Maria 363 Gilyard, Irma Darline 252 Gioia, Philip 341 Girtley, Dian 310 Girtley, Lillie Mae 363 Glaser, Glen Louis 320 Glaser, Nancy Odile 341 Glaudi, Susan Lynn 363 Glenn, Walter John, Jr. 363 Glorioso, Charlotte Ann 247 Glover, Anne Elizabeth 363 Glover, Donald Wayne 363 Glueck, Charles George 262 Gogreve, Ronald Lee 331 Goldberg, Stephen Irwin 310 Goldenberg, Thomas B. 150 Golson, Thomas Harvey 278 Gonzales, Linda Ann 363, 143 is 'tt 4 15'- wg, W" 'ftzgil Garzona, Richard Alfonso 291 Gashy, Louise Ann 340 Gasper, Kenneth Otto, ll 356 Gassen, Marcel A., Ill 262 Gatlin, Lenora 363 Gaudet, Herman Anthony 320 Gaudet, Janet Frances 320 Gaudin, Gerard F. 363 Gaudin, Juliana Nathalie 363 Gavin, John Patrick 320 Gay, Barbara Disque 340 Gayle, Kathryn Anne 363 Gayles, Eugene Anthony 363 Gazave, David Edwards 260 Geier, Jennifer Ann 363, 248 Generes, Edwin Gerard 291 Genovese, Joyce lrene 320 Genovese, Salvadore J. 150 Gerhardt, Arthur Bruce 310 Gernhauser, Mary Louise 320 Gerrick, Russell A. 363 "'!l't 320 Gonzales, Lolita Carmen 363 Gonzalez, Larry Paul 341 Gonzalez, Linda Ann 230 Goodliffe, Douglas S. 291 Goods, Dianne Marie 363 Goodwin, Stephen Dan 262 Gordon, C. B., Jr. 157, 158, 161 Gordon, Elizabeth Linda 363 Gordon, Quindolyn M. 363 Gracin, George Richard 150 Grady, Barbara J. Soule 249, 320 Grady, Marshall 280 Grady, Patricia Sal 239, 291, 209, 206, 222 Graham, Robert Paul 341 Graham, Russell Raymond 341 Granier, Patrick Dwight 349 Gratia, Raymond H., Jr. 254, 320, 237 Gratia, Richard Albert 254 Gravolet, John Golden 310 Gray, Robert Terry 291 Gray, Sylvia Lynn 363 Grayson, Walter Paul 341 Green, Dale E. Standifer 320 Green, Eva Lee 320 Green, Jane 249 Green, Joy Ann 363 Green, Melinda Marie 331 Green, Sylvia 291 Green, Wayne Stephen 363 Greenwald, Emilee Louise 320 Gremillion, Charlene F. 247 Gremillion, Conrad David 310 387 Gremillion, Deborah Anne 291 Gremillion, Glenn Carl 363 Grice, Sharon 331 Grieshaber, Jo Ann 363 Grieshaber, Robert John 258 Griffin, Joy Latrelle 363 Griffin, Lucrece Marie 331 Griffiths, Roger John 278 Grisoli, Cheryl Ann 363 Gros, Marie Gaynell 228 Grosch, Mary Elizabeth 363 Gross, Nile Anthony 177, 176 Gross, Sonya Elizabeth 363 Groth, Johanne Marie 331 Grundmann, Marsha Jane 363 Gsell, Fred James, Jr. 291 Guagliardo, Huey S. 291 Gubert, James E. 291 Guedry, Diane Rose 320 Guerin, Kay Lynn 363 Guerin, Laura Marie- 364 Guice, Davis Jacob, lll 364 Guidry, James Meade 238, 291 Guidry, Janet Raye 320 Guidry, Raymond C., Jr. 291 Guillory, Patricia Ann 331 Guillot, Judy Pohlmann 320 Guillot, Lynn Ann Gillin 291 Guin, Jeffrey 5.256 Gullung, William H., lll 341 Gulotta, Anthony Gregory 262 Gushee, Cynthia Gay 364 Hadley, Daniel Rudolph 364 Haerer, Kenneth Wayne 291 Hall, Dora Lee 310 Hall, Rudolph A. 291 Halphen, Gregory Paul 263 Hamberger, Theresa May 320 Hamilton, Hedy Marie 331 Hamilton, John lra 155, 157, 159, 160, 320 Hamilton, Ronald Patrick 167 Hanby, David Courtney, Jr. 254 Hand, Paula Dianne 320 Hansen, Kathryn C. 310 Hanson, John Douglas 256 Harmeyer, Michael R. 364 Harmeyer, Patrick Dale 254 Harrell, Teddy Lynn 157 Harris, Carol Mary 331 Harris, Glenn Adrain 364 Harris, Michael 364 Harris, Theresa Anne 364 388 fi 2 wks' 1 in "7" rf- "3 Elly? . .,.' 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Magee 292 Hirust, David Hobbs, Walker Word, Jr. 177 Hodge, Theresa Diane 364 Horton William Gerard 260 Hotard Marie 292 Hotard Therese Ann 320 Houston Cheryle Pearson Houston John Walter Sr. Howard Sharon Eliska 365 Howard William H. 278 Howe Richard Allan 341 Hoz Theodore 258 Hrapmann Helen Verret 332 Hubbell Gerald Joseph 332 Hubbell, Margaret Mary 292 Hudson, Joan Ellen 292 Huet, Dianne Marie 320, 230 Hughes, Larry 365 Hughes, Patricia Lee 341, Humphrey, Elizabeth Mary Hunt, Richard Wade, Jr. 281 Hunt, Stephen Michael 292 Hunter, Charles Wayne 365 Hunter, 292 Hunter, Renee A. Philson Richard M., Jr. 365 Johnson Donna Lee 321 Johnson Estelle G. Lewis 321 Johnson Joann Marie 365 Johnson Patricia Ann 365 Johnson Robert Glenn 259 Johnson Sylvester Carl 341 Joichin Lauren Lyn 365 Joienille Patrice Ann 365 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones, Jones Jones, Jones, Ann Lynn 365 247 Byron Philip 150 Connie Marie 365 Cynthia Marie 365 James Russell 260 Robert Clifton 254 Robert Eliiah 311, 341 Robert Patrick 150 Samuel James 311 William Barney 321 Kaul Bonnie Kathleen 249 Kavanagh Maureen Ann 25 311 Kaveski Anne Marie 341 Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelm Debra Lynne 230 Keith Dennis 261 Meade Patrick Jr. 259 Ruth Lynn 246 321 William Louis 311 ell Elsie Lillian 321 Kennedy Michael Rodgers Kernion, Charlotte C. 321 Kerth, Suzanne Marie 239 Ketelhut, Gay Leigh 366 Ketry, Paul Michael, Jr. 366 Key, Barbara Mary 341 Kieffer, Louis Daniel 366 , , , 332 ' uh' I , 1 I Ol I , 292 252 , l- Herberti Susan Marie 364 292 I ' K I ' x , , ' e ly' 1 i ' ' , 162 ' . 208 292 -s ,i .Ill ill ardilii el.3ii A361 l 1320 1 largireilfi ah Anil! 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Frances 249 James, Janet Lee 248, 200, 292 James, Marilyn Maryann 365 James, Martha Jean 321 James, Rowland I., Jr. 254, 341 Jamieson, Wayne Allen 292 Janssen, Jan lsabel 292 Janusa, Frank Robert 311 Jarela, Oscar 311 Jeandron, Raymond Joseph 263, 341 Jefferson, Alyce Lee 292, 228 Jefferson, Jane Marie 365 Jenkins, Elton 365 Jennings, Donald Peter 263 Jennings, Susan C. 292 Jerry, Cassandra Louise 321 Jessemy, Carolyn Marie 365 Joaquin, Joseph William 365 Johanson, James C., Jr. 332 Johns, Charles Robert 292 Johnson, Ann Marie 292 Johnson, Betty Jean 292 Johnson, Carol Ann 250 Johnson, Charles Eugene 332 l l ,iT Jordan, Cecile Marie 321 Jorgensen, Elisabeth J. 233 Joy, Arthur Louis, Jr. 292 Joyce, Barbara Ann 292 Julian, Debra Walden 292 Jumonville, Florence M. 292 Juncker, Deborah Elaine 250 Juneau, Ann Marie 340 Juneau, Thomas 263 Karst, Sandy Ann 293 Kastner, Karleen Ann 293 Katz, Richard Lee 293 Kaul, Billie Sue 249 Kaul, Bobbie Jean 249, 336 Kiger, Lynda Ruth 293 Kilgore, Sarah Jean 366 Killeen, Mary Ann 321 Kimball, Baylen Gregory 263 Kimble, Josepn George, Jr. 366 Kincade, Bruce Charles 366, 254 King, Gwenetta M. Diann 366 King, Karen Sue Jones 321 King, Larry Wayne 341 King, Robert Henry 293 King, Ronald David 311 389 . mi -'xxfs-s1w,Ls, - Q .x' sr:1,sfs.- ss, ' gs. fy I .X -, .. , Hifi , g i 3 E -s s,5 , 5 i N 4 f 4 li . ., s f u ' JSI li .rf uf 1 it Q , sv j , M33 . S .ssl K- X .25 .. . ,, K, , - 'UP-si, K ss ,N i i 3. 5 5 . i L 3 A L 5 -f QiQasw-sg 390 Kingsmill, Cynthia Ann 197, 293 Kirby, Douglas Neal 198, 254, 341 Kitchen, Thomas Moise 281 Kitchens, Keith 311 Klein, James Herbert 332 Klimm, Cheryl Jane 366 Klingman, Margaret Diane 366 Klingman, Russell E., Jr. 366 Klotz, Bryan Paul Klumpp, Linda Ann 366 Klundt, Mary Anne 321 Knaus, Carolyn A. 269, 197 Knight, John Edward, ll 366 Knowles, Charles Ronald 196, 199 Koch, Kathleen Ann 311 Koenig, Karen Clair 366 Kogos, Gerald Benton 263 Kogos, Ronald Leonard 311 Koin, James J. 332 Kokemor, John Joseph 341 Kolb, Edward W., Jr. 366, 260 Kolb, Leo John, Jr. 254 Kolling, Rhodia 332 Kornick, Ronald Sidney Kornrumpt, Kathy Ann 366 Koschel, George August 213 Kottemann, Billie Ann 321 Kramer, Elizabeth G. 321 Kranecke, Linda 321 Krantz, Deborah Ann 341 Krass, Jill Susan 366 Kraus, Carolyn 293 Krettt, Frances Ann 366, 230 Kreller, Evelyn Kerner 293 Kreller, Joseph L., Jr. 292 Krennerich, Pamela Lee 321 Krogh, Rhea Agnes 332 Krutz, Gary Leroy 349 Kuehne, Karen Lucille 332 Kuhn, Mary Ann 293 Kumiski, Connie Marie 251 Kuntz, William Howard, Jr. 293 Kunz, Gloria Jean 247 Labarre, James P., lll 366 Labarthe, Deborah Louise 366 Labiche, lrene Julianne 366 Laborde, Christian John 293 Laborde, Glen Gabriel 293 Labruyere, Jane Ellen 247 Lacey, Jan Dolores 247 Lachney, Debrann Maria 366 Lacinak, Carol Ann 321 Lacoste, Cheryl Ann 293 Lacoste, Cheryl Ann 356 Lacoste, Ronald James 269 Lacour, Barbara A. B. 294 Lacour, Ronald Henry 259 294 ' Ladegaillerie, Nancy I, 366 Lader, Rachel 294 Ladner, Karen Ann 230 Ladner, Lenette King 294 Lafollette, Cheryl Nan 332 Latollette, Susan C. 366 l-325313 Matthew Dymond, Jr. Lagasse, Cynthia Ann 311 Lagrange, William M. 259, 234 Laguaite, Daniel August 332 Lahoste, Lawrence H., Jr. 349 Laiche, Mary Catherine 366 Laine, Pamela Ann 366 Lala, Linda Lea 366 Lala, Susan Ann 321 Lam, Chien Chong 254, 311 Lam, Stephen Wing-Hong 341 Lamarque, Dennis Vincent 150 Lamarque, Philip Oliver 341 Lamb, Martha Ellen 294 Lambert, Jean Adele 366 Lambou, Louis Victor 263, 342 Lanasa, Elaine Marian 247, 342 Landry, Carl Edgar 261 Landry Diane Carmel 294 Landry, Donald Joseph 259 Landry, John Milton 342 Landry Judy Ann 250, 294 Landry Patricia Ann 294 Landry, Ronald Joseph 2581 294 Lane, Mary Ellen 247, 311 Lane, Michael Rhea 162 Lange, John Rogers 254 Langhoft, Alan John 294 Langhotf, Dale Elizabeth 248,197,332 Lanoux, Joel Jude 273 Lanson, Nicholas A- JV- 294 Lanza, Elizabeth MGVY 332 Lapara, Doris Ann 321 Laporte, Karen Lee 230 Laporte, Gswald Bernard 367, 242, 197, 259 J 294 Larche, Sam Owen D fi- 367 Larmeu, Edward William EGG, William ll. 159, lie, Daniel Augusllli e, Lawrence H., li. lx Mary Catherine 666 Damela Ann 366 nda Lea 366 Jsan Ann 321 hien Chong 256,611 'eplten Wing-Hong ue, Dennisllinienl ue, Philip Oliveilii Jlartha Ellen 296 t, Jean Adele 366 i, Louis Vicloil6l Elaine Marian lil Edgar 26' Carmtllll, Josepllll Milton Slly Ann 250i ll' Ann Jos9Pll einen W Rhea lll I n Jell . gale Ellzabell 32 3 d 276 Mafllll' Lee 730. erfllll owen J' X. Larmeu, Peggy Mary 367 Larocca, Larocca, Larocca, Larosa, Larose, Anna Maria 367 Charlene Esther 294 Kathleen Ann 367 Paul Jr. 261 Deborah 321 Larose, Edmond Paul Jr. 233 Larose, Michele Elaine 342 Larson, Lindsay A. lll 263 Lasseigne, David Arthur 294 Lassus, Edward John Jr. 342 Lastrapes, Diane Marie 332 Latham, Susan Ann 367 Latino, Peter John Jr. 349 Launey, Richard Edward 342 Laurent, Deborah M. 321 Lauterbach, Donna Lynn 247 Laux, Edwin August 311 Lawrence, Deborah Ann 367 Lawrence, James C. 294 Lawrence, Linda Ann 367 Lay, Fred Michael 269, 197, ' 254, 294 Lazard, Sylvia Theresa 367, 179 Lazo, Javier Eduardo 253 Leblanc, Betty 367 Leblanc, Daniel Joseph 253 Leblanc, James Peter Jr. 342 Ju 9 Q61 r ., itll' Leblanc, Jeanne Mignon 294 Leblanc, Larry Ashley 261 Leblanc, Mark Allan 367 Leboida, Mark 342 Lebon, Roland Charles 321 Lebourgeois, Charlotte G. 321 Lebourgeois, Stephanie A. 367 Lecarpentier, Janet C. 367 Lecarpentier, Louis J. Jr. 367 Led Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee dy, John Curtis 311 , Corlis Olivia 367 Dixie 367 , Freddie Paul 332 , Gail Louise Diggs 321 Iris Onita 368 ,John Joseph, Jr. 74, 341 , John Stephen 294 I I Lee, Rennie Terrence 259 Lee, Wanda Mae 368 Lee , Wayne Michael 256 Letrere, Shelia Ann 294 Legendre, Michael Gerard i Legrand, Paul M. 368, 255 Lehr, lsabelle Ellen 294 Leidinger, Virginia Ann 321 Leingang, Glenn Joseph 368, 263 Leieune, Kathy Ann 249, 205, 342 Lemaitre, Judith Ann 368 Lemieux, Richard E. 294 Lentant, Mary Lisa 249, 332 Leon, Edwina Elizabeth 368 Leonard, Jo Ann 368 Leonardi, Frances Ann 270 Lester, Linda Lee 295 Lestrade, John Patrick 270, Lochbrunner, Erwin V. Jr. 332 Loehn, Thomas Edward 261, 208 Loesberg, Richard John 333 Loev, Robert Mark 295 Loga, Jo Ann E. Ballanga 368 Logan, Sharon 252 Lohmann, Sue Ann 321 Long, Terry Ann 368 Longo, Joseph M. Jr. 295 Longstreet, Lee H. Jr. 368 Lopez, Claudette Marie 349 Lopez, Joyce Virginia 368 Lopez, Rolando 167 4 . 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Jr. 203, 255, 332 Loch, Ramona Charlene 295 Lott, Larry William 333 Lotz, Eileen Martha 295 Louis, Avis Marie 368 Loup, Suzanne Anne 295 Louviere, Margo Louise 251, 321 Lovecchio, Ronald John 333 Lovisa, Mario Leon 295 Lowell, Harriet E. 295 Lowell, Marcella Louise 342 Loyola, Andrea Angel 368 Lozes, Renel Ann 249, 321 Lucas, Christine 322 Lucas, Hallie Alma 369 Lumpkin, Kerry Lee 322 Luscy, Mary Ann 369 Macaluso, Toni Ann 322 MacGregor, James Walter 259 Maclnnes, Michael Bruce 342 Mack, Felicia Mary 369 Madary, Mark Adrian 150, 151 Madding, Anne Yvette 333 Mader, Jacques D. Jr. 295 Maestri, Edward Joseph 369 Maestri, Noel 369 Magne, Elizabeth Marie 369 Maher, Denise Lyle 249, 369, 236 Mahoney, Karen Lee 322 Mahorney, Penelope Wiest 349 391 Maier, Christine Mary 342 Malochee, Suzanne Claire 295 Mangiaracina, John L. Jr. 295 Manguno, Joseph P. Jr. 309, 232 Manino, Glenn Eugene 295 Manning, Alicia Patricia 198, 251 Manning, Daryl Keith 256, 369 Mansour, Brenda Marie 251, 322 Manthey, Yvette Ann 322 Manthos, Peter George 333 Maratea, Merrill S. 369 Marchling, Diane 369 Maren, Maureen K. McKerns 295 Mares, Peggy Ann 251 Marino, Elizabeth F. 369 Marino, Joseph B. Jr. 259 Marioneaux, Marie A. 369 Marphis, Rosalie 322 Marseilles, Billie Y. 247 Marshall, Delores Ann 322 Martel, Margaret Ella 239, 31 1 Martello, Gail Maria 239, 322 Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin, Martin Martin, Archie Hugh, lll 217 Barbara Anita 342 Dorothea Loflin 333 Gregory Dennis 221 Kathleen Ann 369 Kathy Jo 245, 230 Russell Conrad 342 William Bevy 257 Martinec, William Gary 162 Martinolich, Joseph D. 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X "'x'w 4 1, W , L. ., r- L A if Miller, Richard Matthew 296 Miller, Stephen Edward 257, 371 Milliner, Denis Louis 256, 309, 233 Milloit, Kathleen Louise 322 Mills, Denise Marie 343 Mills, Gil Redmond Miner, Gregory Lawrence 259 Ming, Janis Louise 322 Ming, Norbert Louis 150 Miranda, Fredrick James 296 Mire, Virginia Cecilia 322 Mitchell, Cornelius 322 Mitchell, Francis Mae 322 Mitchell, James L. Jr. 296 Mitchell, Paula G. Rippy 371 Mitchell, Peter W. 333 Mitchell, Scott Emory 312 Mitchell, Yvette J. 322 Mize, Doris E. Johnson 296 Moate, George l'lOW6l'Cl ll 217 Moate, Norma M. Oreilly 296 Mocklin, Kevin Etienne 343 Modenbach, Kathryn E. 371 E! .2 , 3 ix 5 . l il 1'-silavk I4 5. E Moffatt, Deborah Sue 371 Moises, Mary Rose 249 Moll, Virginia Ann 371 Moncada, Claire Marie 244, 296 Moncada, Patricia Ann 245 322 Monneriahn, Barbara Ann 322 Monte, Frank Joseph 343 Monte, Jeanne Marie 244, 296 Montegut, James A. lll 371 Monteleone, Mary Jane 245, 333, 230 Montelepre, Joseph P. Jr. 255, 371 Monteverde, Thomas C. 371 Montgomery, Michael S. 333 Mooney, Colleen Loretta 371 Mooney, Patrick Richard 259, 343 Moore, Bobby Herman 296 Moore, Junius Jr. 150 Moore, Kenneth Arvin 297 Moore, Robert John 297 Moore, Moore, Roy Victor 371 Terry Carol 371 Mora, Ronald Lawrence 196 Moran, Marie Loretto 371 Moran, Michael John 74, 259 Moreau, Eileen Marie 297 Morford, Janice 239, 312 Morgan, Thomas William 149 2 Morris Morris, Morris 150,151,153, 97 Carol Ann 323 Glenn Paul 167 Lynda Mitchum 371 Morrison, Bobby Hugh 238 Morton, Gregory James 157 Morvant, Denise Susan 323 Morvant, John Alvin 323 Moscona, Joseph Clement 297 Mouney, Deborah Ann 251, 178 Mouton, Ernest Charles 150, 152, 162 Mowe, Astrid Karen 323 Mueller, John Darrell 150 Muhoberac, Barry Bernard 343 Muhs, Donna Marie 333 Mule, James Gaspare 371 Mulino, Luciano Mario 343 Mull, Deborah Ann 343 Mullen, Daniel Austin ll 261 Mullen, Gary Michael 312 Mumphrey, Clarence R. 343 Muniz, Ramon Joseph 333 Murla, David Casano 343 Murphy, Cyril John Ill 297 Murphy, Donald John 263 Murphy, Ellen Rose 323 Murphy, Robert Edwin Jr. 177 Murray, Blair Adrienne 249, 371 Musacchia, Donna Jean 249 Musselman, Donald Lee Jr. 371 Musso, Robert 297 Nabonne, Phyllis Mary 333 Naccari, Suzanne Marie 323 Nadeau, Ruth Ann 297 9 fia- Naiolia, Kenneth Paul 343 Naranjo, Carlos Antonio 371 Naranio, Lourdes D. 251 Nassar, Carmen Xiomara 371 Nasser, Jimmy Charles 297 Nata, Walter James Jr. 371 Naylor, Charles Bernard 297 N, ...f-f's""' 5' c,.........g.p. L .,s4,sNs r 151 sig X I .,,..M....,.... ,. R Nolan, Daniel Farrell Jr. 238, 312 Noonan Darnell Ann 297 Noonan Mallary Moran 229 Norman, Barbara Sivori 323 Norman, Richard Gerard 343 Norris, James Albert Jr. 220 Nehles Nelson Donald 323 Joseph Schwartz 372 Nelson Linda Jane 323 Nelson Nancy Jane 323 Nelson, Rachel Anne 245 Neumann, Carole Marie 372 Newchurch, Linda Ann 297 Newell, Linda Kay 372 Newton, Steve 162 Nicholas, Rogers 343 Nicoll, James Murphy 150, 153 Nika, G. Gerald 278 Ning, Norbret 312 394 Norton, Everett, Jr. 372 Norton, Gregory Charles 263 Nuebel, Scott Richard 238 Nunez, Charles Rene Jr. 253, 372 Nunmaker, Andrew J. lll 261 Nunmaker, Linda Ann 297 O'Brien, Ellen Rosalie 323 O'Brien, Lanette Blazek 297 Ochoa, Cynthia Ann 297 Odom, Karen Anne 247, 372 Odonnell, Jeffrey Kevin 343 Ohlweiler, Janice Dee 333 Olano, Guy Warren, Jr. 312 Olivier, Suzanne Patout 333 ,g Sw Olsen, Marilyn Marie 323 O'Neil, Nancy Elaine 343 O'Neill, Daniel Edward 333 Onesta, Josephine Ann 323 Oregan, Denis Kevin 259 O'Rourke, Kathleen E. 323, 178 Orr, Elaine Marie 247 Orr, Joseph Ernest Jr. 297 Oster, Julie Ann 323 Oster, Ralph David 238, 312 O'Sullivan, Patricia Mary 372 Otero, Antonio 372 Otillio, Judith Ann 372 Oubre, Linda Ann 297, 230 Oulliber, Judy Ann 251, 323 Owens, Claude Eugene 343 Owens, Robert Earle 343 Owens, Thomas James 372 Pace, Debra Ann 245 Paddock, Deborah Ann 323 Paddock, Richard James 297 Pa ermo, Anthony J. Jr. 262, 333 Pa mer, Beverly Sanders 297 Pa mer, David F. Ill 157 Pa mer, Debra Lynn 372 Pa mer, Judith Jordan 333 Pa mgren, Frieda Louise 372 Pa misano, Belinda Ann 372 Pa misano, Ronald John 297 Pancamo, Russell Charles 312 Panquerne, Wayne Lee 333 Pardo, Joseph Frank 261 Parker, Brenda Gail 75, 208, 230, 222 Parker, Frances Airmenta 372 Parker, Gary Eugene 218 Parker, Katherine Ann 372 Parker, Thomas George 297 Parker, Thomas Marion 372 Parnell, Melvin Lloyd 255, 343 Pascarelli, Vincent J. 343 Pastor, Mary Ann 245, 262 Pastor, Penny Patrick 249 Patch, Sharron M. Johnson 343 Patrick, Kathleen Diane 75, 251, 323 Patrick, M. Lynch 312 Patterson, Brenda Joan 312 Patterson, Johnel-R. 333 Patterson, Linda Faye 372 Pauli, Margaret Ann 250 Pavur, Edward John Jr. 270, 343, 167 Payne, Patricia Ann 372 Payton, Joycelyn C. 333 Pearce, Patricia E. 372 Pechon, Robert Emile 258, 312 Penate, Hector Arnoldo 297 Penner, Colleen 343 Pentes, Cynthia Dianne 372 Pepitone, Phyllis Lyn 247, 323 Peppo, Karren Louise 249, 312 Peralta, Jorge Luis Jr. 253 Perdomo, Carlos Jose 257 Perez, Alice Marjorie 200, 297 Perez, Catherine E. 372 Perez, Errol John 297 Perez, Marjorie 214 Perez, William A. 259 Perhala, Peter 298 Perilloux, Kathy Gay 372 Perkins, Kermit Kay 156, 157 Perkins, Ramona J. Maxion 349 Perniciaro, Sandra Marie 298 Perret, Jeanne Margaret 298 Perrone, John Joseph Jr. 298 Perronne, Lynne Claire K. 323 Perry, Barbara Ann 243, 252, 323 Perry, Doris Ann 249, 372 Perry, Ronald Eugene Sr. 312 Perry, Stephanie Freeman 372 Peschlow, Sandra Ann 343 Peters, Chris Danie-l 372 Peters, Malcolm Randall 261 Peters, Valerie 373 Petersen, Debra Barbara 373 l GSH DlQne llltli 312 I Qqda J lltltel Roglggll? ld rellllllelb John Jr' N0 4 3300 1 ln Q' 333 tim ll Alnold 10343 lll 133444441 lis lyn 247, 7 1 louise Q49 l05 3059 larlorie 2013! 1195372 ltn197 e214 A. 359 298 1Gay 311 Awww ial.Maxion dra Marie 193 Margaret 133 loseplilr. 131 e Claire ll. llnn 343, n 249, 371 ugenelilll a Freeman 'a 1144343 niel 311 Randall lll 73 1 Barbaiallt I . 1, 4 ,lil lll J . 4 ' "7fW,,g' ,I 1 if -4 .Eg q ,'33 ffffkfi z2LAl00fUfVCUL g I Peterson, Dennis Reggi 198, 255 Peterson, Ronald Burton 298 Pettavino, Paula Jean 333 Peyroux, William Joseph 312 Peyton, Patricia Ann 244, 202 Pfefferle, Donald B. Jr. 167 Philebar, Peter Joseph 298 Phillips, Connie 323 Phillips, John K. Jr. 259 Phillips, Maureen Dee 249, 205, 323 Phillpott, Janet Ann 333 Pichon, Melvalee Ann 298 Pierce, Andrew G. Jr. 278 Pierce, William Keith 373 Pilotte, Diane Marie 343 Pinac, Robert Edwin 298 Piper, Robert Emmett Jr. 261, 167 Pippin, David Allen 343 Piron, Gordon Joseph 333 Pitford, Geraldine 243, 252, 343 Pitre, Nathan Francis 333 Pittman, Stanley Lloyd 281 Pizza, Normand Francis 312 Pizzolato, Roselynn Anne 349 Plaisance, Russell C. 312 Platz, George Victor Ill 255 Poche, Elmer Eugene Jr. 150, 238, 312 Poche, Warren Louis 298 Poirier, Elaine Susan 245, 270, 298 Polete, Joan Ann 312, 221 Polini, Vilma 298 Polizzio, Virginia Rose 228 Pollet, Michael Louis 255, 298 Pollet, Shelton Joseph 343 Ponds, Johnny Lee 155, 157, 158, 181 Pons, Kathy Marie 298 Ponstein, Charles Henry 312 Ponstein, Margaret Mary 323 Popovich, George M. Jr. 343 Porteous, Thomas O. Jr. 281 Porter, Betty Louise 323 Porter, Mary Elizabeth 373 Porterie, Gaston Louis 343 Portie, John Pierre 298 Potter, Francis G. Jr. 255 Powell, Jerrel Gayle 224 Powell, Joyce Cynthia 373 Poynot, Denise Marie 373 Prat, Shirley Louise 373 Prattini, Kathleen Mary 251 Prescia, lsidore James 313 Preston, Carolyn Dianne 373 Price, Stephanie Ann 373 Priest, Elmo Hube-rt 255, 298, 181 Priestley, Jennifer C. 374 Priestley, Laverne E. 374 Prince, Marilyn Louise 333 Provenzano, Michael D. 261 Pruett, Karen Fay 323 Pujol, John Baptiste Jr. 278 Pursell, Ronald Joseph 333 Quarles, Jack Alfred Jr. 333 Quillens, Brenda Jean 374 Quin, Sylvia Ann 374 Rabalais, Cordia Cecile 374 Rabel, Beatrice Maria 298 Rachal, Carolyn Ann 323 Rachal, Karen Anne 374 Radosta, Leo James 298 Radosta, Scott Francis 167 We - 4 4--nl Rafferty, Nancy Louise 239, 281 Raftery, Jacqueline P. 374 Ragan, Lewis Clinton Jr. 343 Ragas, Jane Marie 374 Ragas, Pat Josephine 298 Ragas, William James 323 Ralston, Lester Philip 202, 299, 214 Rancano, Armando Pedro 299 Rancatore, Agnes Marie 374 Rando, Sister Shirley M. 374 Rando, Susan Mary 374 Rappold, Sharon Ann 374 Rappold, William John 232 Raspanti, Janine M. 374 Raspanti, Roy Anthony 259, 333 Rauch, Gail Marie 374 Rault, Sterling Richard 313 Rausch, Carol Ann 374 Rauschkolb, Bonnie M. 249, 204 Raymond, Cecelia Jessica 249, 204, 374, 236 Raymond, Jennifer L. 251, 374 Raymond, Sybil M. 343 Reab, Theodore E. Jr. 374 Reames, Cynthia Ann 374 Reames, Glenn Joseph 198, 255,299 Reardon, Patricia Leslie 374 Reardon, Richard Edward 349 Reboul, Anthony Duane 155, t57,i58,159,t6t Reboul, Walter Eugene 374 Redding, Carolyn Ann 343, 214 Redmann, Stephen Maurice 255 Redmon, Brenda Kay 374 Reems, Frances Elizabeth 323 Regan, William Earl Jr. 281 Reggio, Donald A. 299 Reggio, Patricia Hodapp 198 299 Reiling, Janice Angela 374 Reimonenq, Alden Jerome 374 Reinhard, Cynthia Marie 334 Reinhardt, Richard L. 255, 343 I Al .-rf-XS! 1 "Q Fi rd K. Y... ' M., f- 1 -0 395 96 Reis, Deborah Ann 374 Remont, David Russell 299 Renate, Jaime A. 313 Rene, Francis Thomas 262 Repak, Susan Marie 299 Reralton, Melvin G. 299 Reso, Roslyn Frances 299 Reyes, Alex 177 Reynaud, Albert Edward 263 Reynolds, Gregory Arthur 374 Rhoto, Kathleen Anne 313 Rhoton, Terrel Arthur 238 Ricca, Kathleen Marie 313 Rice, Michael Joseph Ill 253 Richard, Betty Ruth 251, 313 Richard, Joy Ann 299 Richard, Lizabeth Ann 313 Richard, Patricia Ann 323 Richardson, Betsy Ann 249 Richardson, Elwina Ann 334 Richert, Robert Lee 313 Riches, David Lloyd 374 Richter, Maximillian III 374 Ridley, Stephen Drexel 150 Riedlinger, Dennis James 210 Rieger, Ronald Roy 299 Rieger, William Joseph 299 Rigby, Leslie Thomas 313 Riggio, Deborah Ann 374 Rigney, Angela Marie 299 5 , "" f , , ,,,f 5 Riles, Wanda Janet 299 Ritter, Gloria Ann 323 Ritter, Laurance John 313 Ritter, Lory Ann 299, 230 Ritter, Mary Joel 374 Rittiner, Daniel Thomas 343 Rivero, Juliette C. 374 Rivers, Nelson Edward 257, 313 Rizzo, Gregory Michael 259 Roane, Andrea Theresa 299, 213 Roberson, George Andrew 334 Robert, Mary Ellen E. 374 Roberton, Pamela Ann 323 Roberts, Andrea Ingrid 299 Roberts, Catherine E. 299 Roberts, Merrillyn Ann 299 Roberts, Quitman C. Ill 374 Robichaux, Cheryl A. 323 Robichaux, Karen Cecilia 374 Robinett, Linda A. Lottin 299 Robins, Beverly Ann 252, 374 Robinson, Audrey Mae 375 Robinson, Ellen Anne 323 Robinson, Ruth Ruby 323 Robinson, Sharon Brenda 299, 213 Robison, Elaine Roswall 251, 324 gg , Q 1 'rum ww ,V . 1 ,gym .z,,1-- . f A , ,z -9 ', 7' 1 7 , .iw Robison, Valerie Ann 299 Robson, Annabelle I. P. 300 Rodrigue, Mona Rose 375 Rodrigue, Renee Randell 334 Rodriguez, Fred Henry Jr. 344, 257, 271 Rodriguez, James L. Il 344 Rodriguez, Janis Maria 300 Rogers, Daleen 375 Rogers, Irma Virginia 334 Rogues, Dennis 171 Rohrbacker, Pamela Mary 239, 249 Rolts, Janice Kay 375 Rolts, Rhonda Marion 239, 313 Rollins, Lyla Marie 375 Romano, Sandra Anna 324 Roso, Frank James 324 Ross, Edward Aaron 344 Ross, Kathleen Ann 271, 197, 300 Rossi, Ronald Charles 281 Roth, Randall C. 263 Roubion, Nancy Jean 251 Rouen, Maurice Louis 263 Rougelot, Claire C. 300 Rousseau, Henry Charles 300 Roux, Ann Marie 375 Rowan, Suzanne Maryiean 251 Rowbatham, Paulette V. 324 Roy, Denise Victoria 375 Roy, Susan Lynne 375 Roy, Terry John Sr. 375 Rucker, George Anthony 259 Rucker, Keith Wilson 375 Ruello, Deborah Ann 300 Ruiz, Diane Rose 375 Rupley, Mark Duane 375 Ruppert, Edward Joseph 344 Russell, Alan William 150, 181 Russell, John Michael Russo, Joseph Paul 174 Russurn, Robert Lee lll 313 Ruth, Carol Ann 344, 324 Ryan, Eileen Marie 375 Ryan, Timothy Patrick 300 Sabathier, Rene Edmond 300 Saclo, Bernardino C. Jr. 150 Saenz, Oliva Hector A. 313 Salathe, Marie Elaine 300 Salles, Charlotte Laura 375 Salone, Jeanette Carmel 300 Salvatore, Joseph 375 Sanders, Barbara Ann 344 Sanders, Deborah Isabell 375 Sanders, Margaret L. K. 300 Sandoz, James Joseph 344 Santillippo, Paul A. 300 Saputo, Paul N. 259 Saratyan, Carolyn Jane 375 Saratyan, Lawrence Paul 344 Sargent, Bonnie Sue 249 , "tw . I ,,,,, A zivqyfffgfwllfl l I i gt, y Y 5. ,..,,,, ,,,.. .J 5 J f l 1 l f 1 V .Al paw. .,, 4Bf 'Wt'-vs': . 7 Sarrat, Nancy Jean 375 Sarsonas, Anne Doris 300 Sauerbrei, Sharon Marie 375 Saunders, Wayne Ashton 300 Savastano, Aloma Fox 300 Sayas, lris Mary 375 Scanlan, Justin Joseph 259 Scariano, Jack Emile Jr. 344, 255,210 Schaller, David Alan 156, 157, 158, 160 Schambach, Anna Louise 375 Schambach, Frank Harry 375 Schayot, Spencer Charles 375 Schayot, Stuart Amedee 375 Scheatter, Frank Michael 261 Scheib, Mary Ann E. 300 Schenck, Gaynell M. 334 Schenewerk, Philip A. 255 Schenker, William F. 300 Scherer, Linda Atherton Scheuermann, Kay M. 324 Schexnayder, Albert Ill 375 Schexnayder Melanie I. Schexnaydre Deborah Ann Scheyd Cynthia Ann 375 Schiffman Stephen S. 253 Schlater Anise Carol 344 ,py- -.-if -I - rg A x I if 3' Schloegel, Hermann R. Jr. 344 Schmidt, Ellen June 251, 231 Schmitt, Diane Marie 300 Schmitt, Gay Helen 375 Schoenhardt, Norman H. 344 Schoennagel, Charles Jr. 344 Schott, Lynn Anne 271, 198, 300 Schreiner, Francine Mary 300 Schroeder, Ann M. McHugh 334 Schroeder, Deborah Ruth 245, 301 Schroeder, Natalie Jean 344,245 Schroer, Stanley Earl 162 Schulz, Naomi Ellen 375 Schuter, Donna 344 Schwamkrug, Kay Willene 375 Schwing, Mary Beth 375 Scorsone, Rosemond Ann 334 Scott, Karen Lyall 375 Scott, Paulette Laurent 324 Scott, Renold 375 Scully, Adrien Louis E. 313 Scully, Carl Wilhelmus 376 Seago, Leo Louis 313 Seay, Margaret Elizabeth 247 324 Sedtal Gordon J. 301 Seghers Maryann Louise 376 Seglund Nancy Marie 249 204 376 Segreto James Anthony 272 281 Sicarelli, Darryl David 238, 313 Signorelli, Ann Marie 376 Simkin, Ronald Allen 344 Simmons, Cewillow 376 Simmons, Darla Jeanne 376 Simmons, Gelon Mollie 301 Sims Janet Lee 224 Sinisi Terryl 344 Sinopoli Anthony J. Jr. 376 Sirgo Henry Barbier 334 Slater Patricia Ellen 301 Slaughter Milton Dean 301 Slicho George Joseph 257 Y-Q5-4 six f "rnX5f li l'- -. Self, Jimmie Odell 157 Selser, Edward Fulton, Jr. 174 Sepe, Dan Joseph 301 Serio, Michael Francis 150, 152, 376 Serio, Pierre Joseph Jr. 301 Serpas, Raymond Joseph 301 Serra, Robert Carlo 162 Sevin, Val Gerard 376 Seyler, Kathryn Irene 376 Sguhlas, Carolyn Ann 301 Shambra, Edward Henry 334 Shaw, Delia Belle 334 Sheeren, Jacquelyn Marie 301 Shelita, Marie 324 Shepherd, Amy B. 376 Sher, Martin Simon 253 Shiell, Lynn Susanne 301 Shirley, Kathleen E. 344 Shumock, Joseph EICIOH 301 Siben, Lynda Dorothy 301 Sicard, Jerome Anthony 376 Sicard, Melanie Ann 344 , sv- -C , i xY! sk:f?sw Y Smira, Lawrence Elias 344 Smith, Brad Frederick 376 Smith, Ellen Lorraine 376 Smith, Ellen Louise 301 Smith, Frederick Lee 376, 237 Smith, Galen Norbert 324 Smith, Ingrid Hokanson 324 Smith, James Nowlin 376 Smith, Jill Aline 376 Smith, John Martin 324 Smith, Judith Kathleen 334 Smith, Kathy Lottie 376 Smith, Kenneth Fleming 259, 376 Smith, Kenneth Preston 150 Smith, Lillie Mae 324 Smith, Linda Gail 377 Smith, Mary Shelley 250 Smith, Michael Lane 377 Smith, Michel Bernard 281 Smith, Nicholas Peter 150 Smith, Regina Ellen 324 Smith, Robert Joseph 281 Smith, Stephen Orin 377 Smith, Susan Deborah 377 Snee, Richard Joseph 344 Snow, Jimmy Lewis 377 Snow, Kenneth Leroy 324 Snowden, Frank Walter 278 Sofer, H. Stanley 301 Soileau, Jo Rita 334 Somers, Kathleen E. 377 Songy Robert Francis 301 Soto Christine Aline 377 Soto Joseph Maurice 345 Sotolongo Enrique I. 177 Souite Barbara Irene 272 Soulagnet, Andre Joseph 259 Sparacio, Jacquelyn Ann 249, 236 Speaks, Eugene 377 Spera, Joseph Jr. 377 Spera, Katherine Ann 245 Sperling, Kenneth Joseph 238 Spiehler, Sherry Ann 377 Spreen, Irwin C. Jr. 262, 301 Springer, William C. 174 Spurgeon, Charles G. 377 St Cyr, Bernell Patrick 150 St Pierre, Janet Ann 244, 200 Stabile, Darryl Anthony 301 Stanley, Stewart Louis 150, 301 Stanovich, Lois Luening 349 Stansbury, Lana Lorraine 377 Staub, Susan Eleanor 75, 247, 181 Stearns, James G. Jr. 301 Steckler, Rhonda Perkins 281 Stengle, Joseph C. Jr. 301 397 Tauzier, Gerald Patrick 302 Tittle, Thomas V. 302 Turner, JOE Anne 239, 302, Stephens, Vettice Marie 377 Stephenson, Roy Thomas 377 Stern, Kristine Margaret 334 Stern, Rochelle G. 334 Stevens, Colleen R. Oggs 349 Stevens, Sterling J. Jr. 301 Stevenson, Sheila 377 Stewart, Diedre Leilani 377 Stiettel, Emile L. lll 377 Stier, Edmund George 377 Stierwald, Barbara Jean 349 Stierwald, Marlene Lydia 301 Stiles, Bradley Dale 281 Stockton, James Garner 334 Stockwell, Leslie B. 301 Stokes, Deanna Maria 301 Stoll, Betty Jane 345 Stollenwerck, Vickie Ann 377 Stoltz Stoltz Stoltz Stone, Joseph F. Jr. 150 Marilyn Ann 334 Robert Francis 150 David Michael 301 Stopa, Stanley Barnes 174, 175 Stortz, Elaine Mildred 377 Strahan, Jerry Eugene 255 Strecker, Jane Elizabeth 301 Strenge, Penelope Hazel 302 Stropolo, Cheryl Lynn 324 Stropolo, Jan Louise 377 Stuart, Jean Eileen 247, 378 Stumpf, Peggylynn Ann 244, 324 Stumpf, Stephen F. 218 Sutfern, Catherine E. 378 Sugasti, Eugene Joseph 378 Sullivan, Joan Kathryn 245, 334 Sulzer, Mary Catherine 244 Suprean, Andrew L. Jr. 313 Supworth, Judith Ann 302 Surcout, Robert M. Jr. 302 Sustendal, Charles Don 345 Sutherland, Dean Allen 150 Sutherland, Preston G. 272, 324 Sutherland, Sue 324 Swann, Robert Earl 345 Swanner, Michael Alvin 261 Swearingen, Eric Van 334 Swindler, Edward J. Jr. 334 Switzer, Andrew James Jr. 378 Tabares, Vivian Alicia 201 Talbot, Patricia Ann 248, 325 Tamborella, Howard Paul 302 Tankersley, Patricia A. 378 Tankersley, Richmond, Jr. 302 Taormina, Irene Frances 378 Taormina, Rosario A. 302 Tapia, Ruben Andres 345 Tardiff, Beverly Ann 378 Tarditf, Janette Marie 378 Tartaglia, Kathryn Rose 243, 245 398 Taylor, Martha Laura 251 Taylor, Monica Olive 302 Tekippe, Edward Jerome 378 Teles, Stefan Kaylo 255 Terese, Stephen Joseph 345 Terranova, Joachim 334 Terranova, John Basile 255 Terranova, Victor Paul 378 Terrebone, Joy Mary 335 Terrell, Bruce Arnold 302 Theard, Nelville Leo 378 Theriot, Charles R. 302 Theriot, Lyle James 313 Thibaut, James Pierre ll 345, 150 Thibodeaux, Wilbert 335 Thiele, Elizabeth Mae 378 Thomas Thomas, Thomas Thomas, Brenda Gayle 378 Edward J. Ill 345 Fairlyn 252, 378 Nancy Joann 325 Thompson, Carolyn Jean 378 Thompson, Dee Vern Mary 378 Thompson, James Robert 349 Thompson, Joseph Appiah 378 Thompson, Julia Ann 378 Thompson, Kateri Anne 335 Thompson, Michael Eugene 378 Thompson, Stephanie Ann 249 Thompson, Theada V. 252 Thompson, William Ronald 302 Thorne, George Joseph 313 Thornton, Sheryl Anne 378 Tiblier, Anne Marie 378 Tillman, Larry William 313 Timonet, Dianna Rose 378 Tittle, Suzanne Marie 302 Tizzard, Diana Louise 245, 325 , Tobin, David Scott 313 Tobin, Mary Susan 345 Totte, Marsha Ann Smail 302 Toler, Jerry Christopher A 255 Tooley, Meltress Ann 378 Torre, Mariam Zoe 302 Torres, Julio Lucilo 345, 197,259,179 Tortorich, Walter Joseph 255, 378 Toupard, Clayton L. Jr. 260, 242 Toups, Alvin Joseph Jr. 378 Trahan, Michael Anthony 313 Trahan, Murphy Joseph 173,174 Traverse, Leigh Ann 239, 313 Trenchard, Martha Ripley 302 Trevigne, Leslie Ann 378 Triche, Linda Susan 248, 302 Triche, Patricia Mary 249, 378, 237 Trinchard, Nancy Jean 378 Trosclair, Evelyn Marie 313 Troyer, Joan Alice 249, 378 Tucker, Lewis 150, 325 Tutaro, Stephanie A. S. 325 Tully, Gerard Raymond Jr. 75, 273, 255, 177, 176 Tumminello, Cynthia T. 239, 313 Turley, Sharon Elvin 378 Turlich, Hilary Joseph 378 Turlich, Stephanie Maria 378 Turner, Bronetta 379 Turner, Glenn Daniel 31.3 230 Turner, Randolph Gavin 302 Tweedy, Stephanie Rose 379 Twyman, Elizabeth Murray 379 Twyman, Willis l. Jr. 302, 217 Udler, Elena 345 Uhl, Sharon Ann 379 Ulmo, Susan Carol 325, 219 Unangst, Joseph Clement 150,379 y Upton, Claggett Coldham 238, 302 Urciolo, Gregory Burke 302 uma, Lillian 302 L Vaccaro, Henry Alexander 302 Vaccaro, Mary Rose 379 Valdes, Helio Jose 335 Valeton, David Paul 379 Valiente, Maria Elena 251 Vallette, Connell J. Jr. 302 Van Deventer, Gale Ann 379 Van Vrancken, Albert J. 303 Vandenakker, Linda C. 379 Vandenweghe, Roland M. 238, 198 Vath, Jeanne Marie 335 Vath, Mary Louise 251 Vaughn, Jacqueline Marie 379 Vaz, Louis Raymond Jr. 379 Vega, Harold Dominick 255, 379 Vega, Ronald.Joseph 335 Veizer, Marilyn N. Yamada 335 Venturatos, Stephanie 303 Verdun, Ramona Ann 379 Verigan, Brian Justin 226 Verigan, Terrence F. 272 Vernace, Carol Ann 345,219 All9lll,10i clol ipliallli R055 izabelh 111115, Pl 01111312 illis l. li, 301, 345 llnn 119 Carol 315,211 eplt Clement letlfoldlarr loiy Bolle 111 102 ty Alexander i Roseill lose 135 llaul 311 a Elena lil ell l. li. 111 Gale lll Albeilllll indaltlll Rrlailll- lirielli lselll flinelllll '1 ,W 1113 will ll' l.. milf lll sepllli 1.11131 1 .1 , N11 ialll' llllll l nl gllt llql 1 l. Qll 11 1 milf ,1 .it r 1 Vernaci, Karen Ann 303 Versowsky, Paul Edward 303 Vesely, Michael James 303 Viator, James Elwood Jr. 303 Viator, Melissa Green 303 Viau, Martha Ann 379 Vicidomina, Vincent 379 Vicknair, Marguerite M. 250, 273, 198 Vignes, Gwen Marie 345 Vigo, Jean Cecile 379 Villar, Merlin M. Jr. 197 Villavaso, Richard Hugh 177 Villavaso, Shephen D. 238, 303 Villemez, Donald Paul 304 Vincent, Cary Joseph 345, 212 Vincent, Gilbert Joseph 150 Vincent, Valerie Marie 379 Vititoe, David Avnel 261 Vitrano, Charlene Dian 345 Vix, Betty Gene 250, 304 Vix, Jo Ann 251, 379, 236 Vodanovich, Charles V. Jr. 238, 304 Voelkel, Thomas Gerard, 263, 379 Voitier, Doris Jane 303 Voitier, Thomas Leon 313 Von Hoven, Deborah Ann 380 Von Hoven, Frank P. Jr. 380 Vonderhaar, Carol Ann 380 Vortisch, Roy Henry Jr. 263 Wagener, Ursula Sue 233 Waghorne, Charles Robert 255 Wagner, Larry Michael 345 Wagner, Raymond Carra 345, 255 Wagner, Wayne Preston 380 Wagner, Wolfgang Dieter 335 Waguespack, Everett J. Jr. 238, 304 Waldbauer, Susan E. 380 Walker, Bruce Anthony 304 Walker, Charlotte Anne 304 Walker, Reginald H. 335 Wall, Jaunette Ann 380 Wall, Virgil Lewis Jr. 150 Wallace, Marcia Anne 380 Wallace, Virginia Dianne 245 Walsh, Dennis Patrick 335 Walsh, Eileen Marie 345, 246 Walsh, Kathleen Marie 380 Walsh, Kevin Francis 273, 197, 254, 304 Walter, Deborah Ann 251 Walton, Linda Marlene 335 Walton, Randy Ray 380 Waltzer, Brenda A. Weiss 325 Waltzer, Julie Carolyn 249, 380 Waltzer, Margaret Lee 304 l i. Ward, Claude Lindsley 304, 281 Ward, Robert Roch 345, 255 Warden, Keith Michael 261 Warren, Martha Ann 380 Washington, Carolyn 380 Washington, Gwendolyn M. 380 Waters, Pamela Jane 247, 237 Watford, Lee Arthur 304 Watkins, Diana Marie 304, 227 Watkins, Linda Marie 380 Watson, Neil Emory 304 Wayman, Cheryl Katreen 205, 335 Weathersby, John Paul 380 Weber, Glen Andrew 345 Weber, Jean Catherine 380 Webster, Elynda Ruth 304 Webster, Xavier 155, 157, 158,159,160,161 Wegmann, Mary Katherine 281 Wegmann, Pamela Ann 325 Weigand, Carolyn Lelia 380 Weil, Jay Jude III 304 Weilbaecher, Mary E. 335 Weinnig, Carolyn Rose 380 Weiss, Allen Carl 313 Weiss, Jeanette A. 304 Weiss, Johnny Sol 238, 313 Welborn, Artis Lavell 325 Wendel, Cynthia Marie 380 Wendel, Sharon Ann 381 Werther, Patricia Anne 254, 325 Westerfield, Barbara S. 304 Westergard, Alfred Jr. 304 Westover, Ransom Milton 174 Wetzel, Karen Jean 304 Weysham, Myron M. 150 White, Edwin Aloysius 257 White, Stella Louise 304, 335 Whiting, Marcia Lynn 381 Whitmore, Frances Leonard 304, 209, 206 Wiederecht, Fabian P. Jr. 345 Wieland, Kathleen Anne 335 Wilbur, Linda Marie 325, 225, 181 Wild, Adrienne Margaret 251, 335 Wilkerson, Arvette Marie 252 Wilkinson, Bruce Stephen 242, 261 Williams, Beverly Ann 381 Williams, Donald Richard 304, 208 Williams, Gloria Ann 381 Williams, Jacqueline Ann 381 Williams, James Vernon 381 Williams Janice Elise 252, 381 Williams l Linda Carol 381 Williams Nicolette Y. 381 Williams, Pamela Marie 381 Williams, Robert N. 304 Williams, Susan E. 335 Williamson, Julie Elene 249, 325, 178 Williamson, Larry Dean 305 Willig, Charles Albert 335 Willmer, Eunice Adele B. 305 Willoughby, Carol Lynn 305 Wilson, Brenda Theresa 305 Wilson, Diane Marie 256 Wilson, Elizabeth Jane 381 Wilson, George 381 Wilson, John Leffingwell 305 Wilson, Linda Anne 381 Wilson, Peggy Ann 305 Wilson, Ronald L. 335 Wilson, Terry Henry 255 Wiltz, Brenda Theresa 313 Wimberly, James Stuart 345 Windmann, Faith Elaine 245 Windom, Sharon Ann 381 Winkler, Laura Estelle 325 Winters, Audrey Marie 381 Winters, Barbara Ann 247, 335 Winters, Lora Lucille 335 Wise, John Hoffman 345 Wise, Larry Alan 263, 305 Witmeyer, Michael John 305 Wittmann, Jose Roy Ruiz 381 Wong, Andrew Jung Yin 345 Wong, Anne Ying-Chu 381 Wong, Charles Jung Ging 345 Wood, Kent Cameron 305 Woods, Claudette Ann 381 Woodward, Terran Ann 345 Wooley, Alice Rae 381 Woolledge, Sandy Lee 325 Woolverton, Lois Ann 305 Wootten, Ernst Fuselier 220 Wright, Jacqueline B. 381 Wright, Margarethe Ann 247 Wulf, Eunice L. Dannemann 305 Wyler, Eric John 305 Yancovich, Stephen Wayne 167 Yasnyi, Linda Faye 325 Yip, Donna Lynn 381 Yoerger, Edward Jacob 255 Young, Allison Mae 245, 381 Young, Angela Broussard 305 Young, Emile Charles Jr. 325 Young, Jarrell Holt 345 Young, Peter V. III 313 Zabbia, Carol Joseph 305 Zainey, Jay Christopher 313 Zeringue, Alan James 305 Zeringue, Joan Ann 335 Zeringue, Lynne Marie 305 Zimmer, Mary Antonia 246 Zimmer, Theresa M. 239, 325 Zimmerman, Emmett L. III 305 Zimmerman, Harry Peter 313 Zimmerman, Joseph Urbain 305 Zinge, Catherine Ann 335 Zitchfield, John E. 345 Zito, Patsy Rose 325 Zitzmann, Michael Keith 345 Zuppardo, Rosario L. 381 Zurisich, Naneette 381, 85 399 0' ,',f 2 ' 400 H- , .. Q , ., I I ,, ,, I -ur 5563 f J , 6 , Wi f f , yf M 9 W! ' fa ' ff? , ff? f 1 M 1 .wi wifi? f' 1 n, az!! sl? Z if-gp rp... ,-A , i l r Af .uf-if .2 494-' af.: The 1971 Trident Staff wishes to express their appreciation to Jane Boulen for her work above and beyond the call of duty. Mr. Michael Kabel for his time, patience, and humor. Warren Gravois for those last minute pictures. Chancellor Homer L. Hitt for his generosity and understanding. Buck Anderson for a great time in Dallas. Student-Faculty Committee on Publications for assistance. l lx 'Aj 92 -957 f -4 ! fini fff c AV H f X 2? -and Mr. Michael Kabel-Faculty Advisor for DRIFTWGOD and TRIDEN' Health and Physical Education Department for their cooperation and assistance. .let Smith and Coach Brown for their help on intramurals and golf. 'NO students for the year that it was. l l O i l I I l 'isor for DRIFTWOOD an


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