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book twoCopyright ® 1973 by Jennie Buchanan and the Publications Board of the University of Oklahoma. Norman. Oklahoma All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced without the express written permission of the editor of Publications Board. Printed m the United States of America by Josten’s American Yearbook Company Topeka. KansasBooklwo Table of Contents OLD STALWARTS ... Greeks remain a forceful body on campus.................... 4 JOINERS ... Students join a multitude of organizations.......................... 124 DORMITORY DISCIPLES ... Residences still attract many students.................... 106 ALL THE FOLKS..........Many people make the university operate............................ 180 IFC adopts child, sponsors Olympics The Interfratermty Council serves as the official coordinating and governing body for the various Greek houses and organizations. The programs and plans it adopts are those which will benefit the Greek system. These programs included both campus and outside charitable organizations. This year the IFC adopted a foster child under the Foster Child Plan Inc. of New York. It organized its own alumni newsletter program. Joining with Panhellenic. IFC sponsored Greek Revue. Greek Work Day. and also Greek Week which was highlighted by Special Olympics for the handicapped. John A. McCaleb served as president for the Council as it strove to involve itself more with community affairs than it had in the past. Other officers included Bill Paschal, secretary; David Moffett, executive secretary, and Bob Campbell, treasurer. Croup picture first RowiLett to right) Danny Evatt. Henry Williams. Rossi Robinson. Levoy Ellsworth Second Row: Bill Pascal. Ron Crimes. lorn DeWitt. Harold Woodson. Tom Hughes. Randy Couch. Karl Hirsch. David Motfett. Third Row: Joe farrant. Gary Borton. David Yeiton. Bob Campbell. Rich Wager. Bob Gary. Gary Pullm. Mike Joseph. Paul Butcher. Bob f nedman. Steve Trolmger. Sieve Rahill. Doug Vaughn. Tom f laherty. Bob Gunning. Ph.i Garrison. James Leslie. David Roush. John Adams fourth Row: John McCaleb. Ross longley. Terry Womack. Carl Osborn. Charles Schmidt. Bob Attaway. John Mororck. Jim Miller. Jim McCarthy. Randy Jenkins. 8ob King. (Lower lell) f ratermty coordinator Joe Johnson discusses upcoming If C-sponsored events with John McCaleb. IfC President.Above: Repf cwntativei to the Interf ratermty Pledge Council art: Flrtt Row: Rod Greaves. Larry P.tchtord. Ralph Sh «J. J. Jimmy H«ndn«, George GOMhff. Gi««tl McQv-iton. J m Cobbs. DavidCarder. Second Row; Steve Hurter. Jack Roy burn. Paul Sxalranski, Jim Gill, M ke Miller, Wendlcr Schweer. Chip Dudley. Richard Nelies Third Row. Pat Brunette. Randy Cartmiil. Bill Patten. Paul Nelson. Doug Woodward. John Riitr. Doug Queen. James Carry. Mike Mew-bourn, and Pat Campbell Below IFPC executive council members are Craig Keith, president: Larry Naiteh. intramural Chairman. 8ob Remond.no. publicity; Clark Wask.ns, social: Jell Clow, secretary. Right: Pledges shown participating in Greek Work Day are: Connie Hammernih. Bob Myers. Mjryiee Trigg, and John Dejarnctte. IFPC holds work day, tourneys j' With the combined efforts of the eighteen pledge and associate members classes, this year's Interfraternity Pledge Council formed a brotherhood of their own. In the fall, activities consisted of the annual IFPC Football Tournament and the Greek Work Day. Diversity was a factor as second semester brought new innovations. For the first time IFPC Basketball and Softball Tournaments were formed. Membership in IFPC consists of two representatives from each house. IFPC serves to orient members with the workings of the Interfraternity Council and the Greek system.What is Panhellenic? Quite objectively, it is an organization, composed of the President and the Panhellenic representatives from each sorority house on campus, which promotes strong relations not only among the members, but also among others on campus. Yet. more importantly, there is the humanist aspect which Panhellenic seeks. This year. OU's Panhellenic was proud to host the high officers and delegates of sororities in the National Panhellenic Conference at a reception prior to their meeting held at the Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education. Panhellenic also continued its strong support in such worthwhile functions as Greek Work Day. Greek Review. Greek Week. Special Olympics and Greek Camp. (Upper i«!t) Just clowning around. Lee Pederson points ooi one ot the boats which was built in preparation tor the annual T exas-OU clash. (Lower lelt) Making final preparations tor Greek Week Special Olympics are the members ol the Panhell Executive Council They are 0 edra Ballard Mary Livermore. Lee Ann Wilson. Sandy Kinney. Roberta Stem and Blake Kennedy. (Lower right) Presidential duties are bemgd-scussed by National Panhellenic President Myra Fox worthy and OU Panhellenic President Blake KennedyJr. Panhell unites pledges Junior Panhellenic is the governing and coordinating board for the pledge classes of OU'S thirteen sororities. Each house is represented by one representative and the pledge class president. The council plans activities as well as money-making and service projects designed to unite the various pledge classes. A new get-acquamted program was instituted at the beginning of this year with fraternity and sorority pledge classes meeting at the fraternity intramural football games. To make money, corsages were sold on Valentines Oay — for a small fee. a pledge would sing a special message to the buyer's valentine. The money made from these projects was used to cover expenses for the service projects. At the end of the year the remainder of the money was donated to Greek Camp. The major project of the year was Greek Work Day. On November 18 Junior Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Pledge Council combined their talents and their 600 pledges to serve the community. The members of all the pledge classes were divided among many projects. When all the work was done, everyone gathered at a party to relax and share experiences. All proceeds from Greek Work Day were given to charity. Junior Panh«u ruc. First Row: Eleanor Nichey. Susan Garctson. Connie Ham-ernik. Lovanne Dinger. Megan Wiilhauck.Christic Wright, Nancy Bonman Second Row: Stephanie Richman. Susan J«r-kms. Karen Taylor. Jane Ferrell. Ellen Premack. Gale Gold Slick. Christy Rla’ock Sue Ann Mackey Stephanie Holloway. Third Row. Nancy Thrclkeid. Lou Ann Collman. Marca Kitchens. Paula McPherson. Roma Wallace. Kalhy N.tes. Mary K McClure. V ki Wewimentcr. Susan Good Jane Shelter (Lower lelt) Demonstrating how to serenade someone's sweelheart wdh a singing valentine arc Junior Panhellenic memtiers Stephanie Richman. Paula McPherson and Jane Ferrell.Greeks say ‘We are one’ With a theme of "Greeks — We Are One" the Greek Community at Oklahoma University sponsored its Greek Week with a new look this year. Instead of the traditional Greek games sponsored as competition between the various houses, the emphasis centered around the Special Olympics for Retarded Children, sponsored by the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation. The Olympics, which hosted between 300 and 400 children throughout central Oklahoma, were designed to give mentally retarded children athletic training and a feeling of belonging by offering them involvement in competition. The annual Greek Week Banquet rounded out the activities featuring John Putman. National President of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity as guest speaker. The Greek Week program, with this year's innovations, was designed to provide community interaction as well as to give members an opportunity to express their pride and cohesiveness in the Greek system. (Upper left) Ihe two youngiteri ihown pawn live baton m a relay race were amoriR the 300- 00 hildren who pa'hCipat-e l m the Greek Week Special Olympic for the Mentally Retarded (Upper right | Part of the Greek Week oc tiviliek included a picnic which featured a band and "All the food that you could eatCnioymR thebar-b-Queare Jerri Smart and MikeSeikel. I lower left l MiriiI. KhtinR the Greek Week Banquet was John Putman. National Preiidentof Alpha lau OmeRa FraternityAlpha Phi Alpha MM The embodiment of Black was epitomized in Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc., founded in Ithaca. N.Y., at Cornell University on Occ. 4. 1906. This organization’s inception was based on the social, economic, political and educational uplift of the black race. Alpha Phi Alpha was the first Black fraternity founded and has presently expanded internationally into more than 400 chapters located in the U.S.. the Virgin Islands. West Indies. Europe. Africa and Vietnam. To delve into the rich history text of Alpha Phi Alpha is to experience Black history at its finest. Many publications and articles (Look Magazine. New York Times and The Sphinx) have attested to the fraternity's outstandmgcontributions and leadership role. Alpha Phi Alpha has always boasted of outstanding membership since its inception. The long list includes a range from the late W.E.B. DuBois and Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., the great Olympians Jesse Owens and Ralph Metcalf up to the most prominent Justice Thurgood Marshall and Senator Edward Brooke. The present activities and contributions on a national scale are unlimited and range from the "Alpha Gardens", (a multi-million dollar project of low-rent apartment complexes). located in 11 major U.S. cities to many scholarship and educational programs. The local chapter. Zeta Zeta. of Alpha Phi Alpha was chartered on October 23.1967. At OU. the men of Alpha contributed to variousfunds and organizations such as the Black Street Academy and the Freedom School. The many activities sponsored by the chapter included a Community Action Program for Black Youth, dances, seminars, speakers, tutoring sessions and the dispersing of literary material for campus readings. One of the largest social events of the year was the Black and Gold Ball held each spring, hosted by all college chapters in the state. The event is highlighted by the attendance of the "Alpha Angels", an elite woman's auxiliary. Croup Picture: t — Harold E Woodton 2 — Beverly lotlor 3 — Rl"J Bell 4 — Andrew Wallunt. 5 — Molly Hornbech. 6 — Robert Sheoard. 7 — CeCc Wilton. 8 — Gaia Bate . 9 — Titu Duncan 10 — Oebra Lee. 11 — Robert G'Jham 12 — Angela Bate . 13 — Gwen Simpton 14 — Areva-l Brown. 15 — Michael OeAitty IS — Jewel Penny. 17 — Wilton Brewer. 18— JodyCombt. 19 — Jerald Prmce. 20 — Brenda Wamkk. 21 — Henry Wtlkam . 22 - Barry Lawrence. 23 — Virgena Maloney. 24 - Saundra Wiley. 25 - Debra Taylor. 26 - Tern Dan. . 27 - Steve Lew it. 28 — Pat Wynn, 29 — Chari Barnett. 30 — Guy Rhone. 31 — Ronald Ibckerton Portrait : flat Column (Top to bottom) Charle Barnett. Albert M Chandler. HanieCrotby. Timothy Oaniei . Mchael DeWitty Second Column: Titu Duncan Harry Gatewood, floyd Graham 0 re Gnmmetl Ben Oti Han III Third Column: taw renceC Hartley Jr Glenn Hawkmt Bobby Jachton Wallace Johnton Jr Ha'vey Darnell Jone Fourth Column: Barry Joe Lawrence. Stephen A Lewi . McKinley M Mann. Thurman Mile . John W Motley fifth Column: tmmilt Patterton Jerald Prmce. Dean Hirer Jeroid Sheet John Thomat Si«th Column: Clifford Ray TuRjtl . O'bert Wayne Wa'ker. Andrew M Watkint Henry J Wi' am II. Harold C Woodton 13 Alpha Sigma Phi The 1972-73 year was a red letter year not only because it marked Alpha Sig’s 50th anniversary on the OU campus, but more importantly. because the old chapter house was closed. Plans were made for a new concept in fraternity living on the campus. Undergraduate members lived at Yorkshire House during the year but continued to offer a full range of services and activities, while alumni architects drew plans for a new Alpha Sig chapter house. In the sports arena. Alpha Sigs intramural teams did better than ever before while the chapter also held its traditional social activities. The little sister organization was started again, an effective senior council was organized. and further refinements were made for a progressive pledge program for the fraternity The Mad Hatters Ball. Talisman Rose Formal. and the Bayou Bounce highlighted the chapter’s social calendar. Because of the importance of this year in the history of the fraternity. Founders Day was a special event for the entire brotherhood. The year brought forth a new era for Alpha Sigma Phi at Oklahoma with a promise of a bright and progressive future. Group p lure I — L»f ry Bishop. 2 — Thom Wiling 3 — Jay Boyles. 4 — JO" Rot»nv n. S — Sieve f nervj. 6 — f'e 3 Shiv. 7 — Steve T roimger. 8 — Pele Johnson. 9 — Oean Vasniakos. 10 — Gil Morris. 11 — GregChess. 12 — Sieve Kmatt. 13 —Bob Ross. 14 — Bruce Tackett. IS—Terry Womack. 16 — Steve Tie-der. 17 — B-n Malhes. 18 — Jack Litteral. 19 — Jim Slayton. 20 — Paul Swenson. 21 — Hung lum. 22 — Terry Doversoike. 23 — Andy Maeklm. 24 — Cm Cermsk. 2S — OourThomas. 26 —Alpha Tau Omega After completing a successful summer rush in which they pledged 46 men. the ATO's enjoyed another year of distinctive variety. Particular emphasis was placed on the Tau social life this year with more and larger parties. The fall opened with two parties for the pledges — the Victory Party and the Great Pumpkin Party. The ATO formal ball and the Playboy Party were a tremendous success. The Bowery Ball (OU's second oldest traditional party) and the Barroom Brawl ushered in spring rush. The diversity and quality of the ATO's were displayed in their excellence in other aspects of college life. Several of the men were very active in campus activities and politics as the Tau's held the Interfraternity Council presi- dency. Student Activities presidency, and many other important positions on campus. The ATO pledges once again participated in the annual National Help Week instigated by ATO. The pledges performed services for the city of Norman and the University Community. The ATO honorary organization, the Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross, continued in its service to the house in many areas. They served as hostesses on football game days, helped with alumni relations and other house activities. Group pKturo: 1 — body Pmrion. 2 — Cra-e Wcmbeenncr. 3 — Stephen Thornion. 4 — Duan« Oaviv 5 — Curt Rainboit. 6 — Ruii Laynt. 7 — tarry Marquis. 8 — Jnhn Lame. 9 — Dave Yelton.10 — Tom Lawson. 11 — Glen Johnson. 12 — Sieve Pendkton. 13 - Bruce Harris. 14 - David Baitol. IS - Charles Martin. 16 — John Rodger . 17 — Urry Pruitt. 18 — Jim McGee. 19 — Tom Wight. 20 — Ken Purgason. 21 — Fred Braden. 22 — Andy McCaleb. 23 — Chari Holme . 24 — Rob Gardner. 2S — Dan Murrln. 26 — Oenm Mclnlyf . 27 — JoeSkieth. 28 — Rob Branham. 29 - Kirby Croisant. 30 — Bill Duian. 31 — Terry 8adain v., 31V - Jell Cogbufn. 32 - Greg Hall. 33 - Scolt McKee. 34— Md Clark. 3S — Jim Jaworski. 36 — Mark Allison. 37 — Jimmy Hamilton. 38 — Don Dougas. 39 — Bob Payne. 40 — Gary Bolton. 41 — Gary Kota. 42 — Lee Stranathan. 43 — Brenl ReneRar. 44 — John Fry. 46 — Tom Mulltn. 46 — Bud till . 47 - Joe Barraca. 48 - Nathan Brown. 49 — Paul Pedriek. 50 - Urry Na.fth. 51 - Pel Dyser 1.52 - Jim Gaff ell. 53 -Terry Clear. 53 W — Mark Rowland. 54 — Richard Kimberlin. 55 — Claude Cameron. 56 — Mike Wie ». 57 — Charles Corn . 58 - Jell Denning. 59 - Pat Derdyn. 60 - Bill Bonner. 61 — Steve Rowland. 62 — Scott Church. 63 — Ooug Queen. 64 — Jerry Arnold. 65 — Dan langtord. 66 — Sian Er-win. 67 — Oon Jor ki. 68 — Charle Williams. 69 — Dave Grandlield. 70—Trey Boyd. 71 — Joe Gragg. 72 — Windier Schweer. 73 — Bill Duke. 74 — Gary Parson . 75 — Trip Smith. 76 - Mark Lyon . 77 - Bob Berg. 78 - Bruce Rickard. 79 -Gary Crouch. 80 - David Coomb . 81 — Dave Howard. 82 - Marc Morton. 83—Charlie Martin. 84 — Chris Reynold . 85 — Glen Cochran. 86 — Judson Martin. 87 — Wayne Holtman. Portrait ; First Column (Top to bottom) Mark Allison. Terry Badtm-ski. David Bo'Sott. Joseph Barraca. Bill Bonner Second Column; Clyde Boyd III. Claude Cameron. Charles Came . Scott Church. Terry Clear Third Column; Glen Cochran. Kirby Cioiv ant. Gary Crouch. Duane Daviy Don DeAngelo Fourth Column; Don Douglav Bill Ouke. Peter Dy ert.Chr i t chman. BudEli Filth Column; Stan Erwn. John Fry. Greg Hall. Bruce Ham . Tim H.ghi Sixth Column-. Charie Holme . Glen Johnson. Oonald Jorski. Gary Ku«a. John L.vne.Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom) Gary Bolton. Michael Gragg. Dan Langlord Jr,. Mark Lyons. Larry Marquis. Second Column:Charles Martin. Judson Martin. Marc Morton, John McCaleb. Oennis McIntyre. Third Column: Scolt McKee. Larry Naifeh. Gary Parsons. Robert Payne. Bruce Pendleton. Fourth Column: KendaU Purgason. Doug Queen. Curt Rambolt. Brent Rcneger. Chris Reynolds Fifth Column: Bruce Rickard. John Rodgers. Mark Rowland. Windier Schweer. Gordon L. Smith III. Sixth Column: Bill Stewart. Lee Stranathan. Michael Weiss. Charles Williams. David Yclton. (Upper left) Rush plays an important part m the Greek system. New pledge Russ Crame is greeted by ATOs Joe Skieth. Jim Musser. Dave Howard and Bill Bonner. (Lower right) Looking over Mom Wierman's pictures ol her trip to Moxico arc Tom Mulien. Judson Martin and Greg Hall.Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Richard 8optist. Stow Barghots. Ken Beard. Chuck Begin. Bruce Bickford. Second Column: And Bishop. Cary Bloyd. Gary Bond. Anthony Bum-pas. Mike Burnett Third Column: Pat Campbell. Beau Cantrell. Chuck Chcsnut. Bryan Chra. Michael Cole. Fourth Column: 8 n Cook. Bill Creel. Mark Curnuttc. Bill Doughty. Clarence Dover. Fifth Column: John Edwards. Larry EdaardS. Levoy Ellsworth. Troy Emde. David Fisher Sixth Column: 2ane Fleming. John Fuller. Jim Gibbon. Rick Gibbon. Tom Hamlin. (Upper right) Quarterback j n Wilson leads the Bota-B's to the intramural football championship over the Sigma Alpha Epsilon-A's. (Lower lelt) Alter winning the intramural Championsh-.p Football Trophy Irom the Sig Alpha-A team, the Beta-8 team pose for their championship picture They are Oavid R H ks. Harbour Whitaker. .m Wilson. Cary Bloyd. Mike Burnett. Mark Callihan. Mark Mine. Mike Nann. Levoy Ellsworth. Andy Vogt. Rob Lockard. Casey Hill. John Edwards. Ken Beard. Steve Miller. Jim Anderson. Gary Brown and Dave Emmot.Beta Theta Pi ’7 ■ .. fc .y ffi V • "The Year of the Dragon" was the key phrase at 800 Chautauqua for 1972-73. With a member overall grade point average of 3.014 for the past year, the 8etas. aided by "The Dragon", retained the scholarship trophy. With fall and intramural sports in full Swing. he Betas acquired an early lead in the newly-initiated All-College standings. They ran and passed their way to first place victories in B and C Football and Beta B team captured the All Fraternity Football Championship. The social calendar, brighter than ever this ear. started with a Victory Party. Next they eminisccd with the Beta 50‘s Party, then rolled into Dallas in October for a big Texas weekend. After that came the party that only Betas know how to throw, the oldest party on on campus, the Beta Barn Dance. But Betas did more than just have a good time. Beta Theta Pi took an active part in community services. They helped sponsor the Special Olympics, served on Big Brother programs and aided with special tutoring services for ore-college students. Still, parties, rallies and various functions can never mirror all that is "real" for Betas. It is brotherhood which makes the effort worthwhile. Croup picture: 1 — Bill Go« tt. 2 — M ke Gilreath. 3 — Mark Liile. 4 - Roger Steed, 5 - Tony Bumpav 6 - B.il Sherman. 7 — Mark Mettry. 8 — J m Langdon. 9 — Tom Wcit. 10 — Scott Smith. 11 — Harry Sherman. 12 — Brad Hoopes. 13 — Jim Gibbon, 14-M.keWaneer. IS -Stratton Polluck. 16-Mark Scott. 17 —Kenney Gitnon. 18 —Oon Stuart. 19 —Mark Cur-nun . 20 — John Kiabruba. 21 — Bill Yanaway. 22 — Troy End . 23 — Trey Whitcratt. 24 — Butch Dover. 25 — Bruce Bickford. 26 — John fuller. 27 — Andy Bo hop. 28 — Jerry Kelley. 29 — Jed Mormon. 30 — Bill Merlihy. 31 — Richard Talley. 32 — Jack Rayburn. 33 — Gad Watkins. 34 — fbek Sampson. 35 — Carl Holiday. 36 — Bill Giffhorn. 37 — Kevin O'Hailorin. 38 — Scott Roger . 39 — David Levine. 40 — We Wil on. 41 — Torn Hamlin. 42 — Richard Baptist. 43 — Mark Callihan. 44 — Rick Gibbon. 45 — Ken Beard. 46 — Leuoy Ellsworth. 47 — Steve Van Aken. 48 — Casey Mill. 49 — Mark Mine. 50 — Gary Fleming. 51 — 8iii Cook. 52 — Frank William . 53 — Carey Blyod. 54 — Clark Miiispaugh. 55 — Pat Campbell. 56 — Richard Bate . 57 — Harbour Whitaker. 58 — David F.sher. 59 — Bob Wyrtck. 60 — Ron Knegar. 61 — Mark We ner. 62 — Bill Bandy. 63 — Kevin McGee. 64 — Sam Allen. 65 — John Edward . 66 — Chuck Begin. 67 — Steve Barghoi . 68 — Beau Cantrell, 69 — Dick Herlihy. 70 — Bron on Treavor. 71 — Karl Foreman. 72 — Curti Wade. 73 — Fenton Rood. 74 — Mike Shelby. 75 — 8ryan Chr . 76 — Kenny Li le. 77 — Ed Norlleet. 78 — Jim Townsend. 79 — Dan Sadberry. 80 — Larry Dmken . 81 — Rob Loc kard. 82 — Mik Burnett. 83 — Larry Edtard . 84 — David Diamond. 85 — Scott Rayburn. 86 — Paul Sialreniki. 87 — Steve McCarter. 88 — Mike Cole. 89 — Skip Steven . 90 — Mark Herri . 91 — David Mick . Portrait : First Column (Top to bottom): Mark Marns. David Hicks. Mark Mine . Brad Moopev Mike King Second Column: John Klabtuba. Ron Drieger. David Levine. Mark Lisle. Rob LOC kard Third Column: Mark Mettry. Clark Milltpaugn. Steve McCarter. Jim McIntyre. Mike Nairn Fourth Column: Kevin O'Malloran. DavidOshel. Trey Parruh.Chris Pierce. Bill Rich-ert Fifth Column: Dan Sadbe»ry. Richard Sampion. Mike Shelby. Roger Steed. Don Stuart Slith Column; Steve VanAken. Mike V k. Tom West. Robert w.Hon. Chauncey WitcrattDelta Kappa Epsilon This year the Dckes initiated an associate member program to replace the traditional pledge program. The ten associate members were allowed to attend house meetings and to vote. Although they were not allowed to attend chapter meetings until they were initiated as full members, associates were not expected to perform regular pledge duties such as doing all of the house work. One of the major projects for the year was redecorating the Delta Kappa Epsilon house. New windows and carpeting were put into the house. Also, the outside trim was repainted. The men of DKE placed fourth on the fraternity grade point scale this year. They also participated in intramurals football, basketball. volleyball, and softball. The Deke social calendar included several cocktail parties along with the annual Graveyard party which highlighted the fall semester. For this open campus party. Dekes and their dates dressed in Halloween costumes. During the spring, members held the Diamond Formal and the Deke Drunk. Mom Lester, housemother of the Deke house for many years, retired at the end of the spring semester. Sroup peture: I — Randy Jenkmt. 2 — Bill Notion. 3 — Jimmy Ruben-Mtln. 4 — Pool Burnt. 5 — Ramtey Cantrell. 6 — Mike Ship-man. 7 — Rod Greavet. 8 — GeorR Otey. 9 — Dennis Ceulield. 10 —Mike Campbell. 11 — Jim Campbell. 12 —Larry Pitch-lord. 13 —AlSherer. 14 — Gordon teaman H 5Delta Tau Delta As a school year comes to an end. so does another year of involvement for the men of Delta Tau Delta. During the year, the Delts participated in activities such as Greek Week Special Olympics. Dad's Day. Model United Nations, and Mom's Weekend. Highlighting this year's Mom's Weekend was the Delt-Chi Omega large act in Sooner Scandals. "MomspeH''. The Delts were also involved in UOSA government, being represented by two congressmen. Also, the Delts. teaming with the women of Gamma Phi Beta, participated in the Beat Texas Rally. No f raternity would exist without its social life and the Delts are no exception. With parties ranging from the Sahara Sacrifice to the Little Kids Party held at Christmas for underprivi- leged children — from the Valentine Formal to the two-night Delt Dive in the spring, the Delts social life was never dull. To top off the year, the men of Delta Tau Delta initiated a Little Sis program. These girls served as hostesses at home football games, acted as Big Sisses of the pledges, and as a link with alumni. Group picture: 1 — Bruce Christianson. 2 — Phil Maybry. 3 — Che-Che Wet . 4 — Gary Lambert. 5 — Dave Faulkner. 6 — Rtck Nagy. 7 — R k Rector. 8 — Don Joseph. 9 — Mark Patton. 10 — Steve McCraw. 11 — Glen Durso. 12 — Route Robnson. 13 — Ow:k Attaway. 14 — Bob Altaway. 15 —Scot Pope. 16 — Max Cook. 17 — David O’Brien. 18—Spence Carson. 19 — RtCk LuU. 20 — Bob 8aker. 21 — Lance Sloan. 22 — Tom Byrne. 23 — Grant 8tilingsley. 24 — Kevin White. 25 — Fred Gut. 26 — John Frame. 27 — Lin Ward. 28 — David Hasbrook 29 — Scot Helb.ng. 29 V5 — John Frazier. 30 — Bob Moore. 31 — Ray Petree. 32 - Richard Pralle. 33 — Ron Mattock. 34 —Portrait!: Fkit Column (Top to bottom): DovxJ W. Alton. AnOy Armitroof;. Tom Aihwood. Bob Attowoy. 0 c i Attowjyf' f Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Bud Field. John Frame. John Frazier. Lance Fuller. Second Column: Harry Gilbert, Fred Gist. Daniel Golden. David HasbrooK. Third Column: Alan Heap. Scott Met bmg. Jim Jean. And Johnsen. Fourth Column: Jim Johnson. Monte Johnson, Don Joseph Jr.. Dwight Kouri. Fifth Column: David Kraker. Gary Lambert. Mike Lambert. John Langston. Sixth Column: Alan Larimore. Mike Lothn. Store Long. Tom Loy. Seventh Column: Oavc Lukcman, fbek Lutz. Philip Mabry. Ron Matlock. Eighth Column: J. Mays, John Meredith. Bill Meyer. Jtm Meyer. Ninth Column: Tim Miller. Rusty Milroy. Dale Matched. 8ob Moore Tenth Column: Jim McClendon. Ron McCord. Steve McCraw. Rickey Nagy. Eleventh Column: Scott Pope. Richard Pratlc. Philip Ray. M. M. Rector. Twelfth Column: G'eg Schobcr. Charlie Sherman. Timothy Sloan. Curt Smith, Thirteenth Column: Seth Tidwell. John Turnbow. Linton Ward. Kevin White. Fourteenth Column: David O’Brien. Mark Patton. Doug Perry. Ray Pctroe. Frank Polk. Fifteenth Column: Gary Rite. Jim Riggall, Shannon Robertson. Michael Robinson. Rossie Robinson. Sixteenth Column: Doug Smith. Mike Sowers. Tom Statcup. Michael Stephens. Seventeenth Column: Don Wilber. James Williams. Doug Woodward. Dan Woska, George Zelimer. (Lower left) "EAT MORE BEEF" — and so it was at Dallas. The men of Delta Tau Delta, along with the women of Gamma Phi Beta, entered this float of a Sooner eating a "8evo Burger" in the Beat Texas Rally.(Loll) With his runiting shoes on in preparahon for the 200 mile run to Dallas. Ron lewis. on the Delta Upulon-Kappa Kappa Gamma Marathon run to' Muscular Dystrophy, is ready to BO (Upper right) Rested and ready to run aga.n alter their break are members cl Delta Upsi'nn marntrmr -Run 'nr the r lives" team. Pictured here a'c Greg Monarty. Tim lee and Phil Garrison. (lower right) In preparation for the intramural volleyball tournament, the Delta Upsiions take time out to practice their strategy. +X Delta Upsilon A simple idea blossomed into a joint pro-iect,with the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority to highlight the Delta Upsilon activities for the fall semester. The entire project centered around a two day marathon run to Dallas in which a football was carried by runners from Norman to Dallas for the annual Texas-OU rivalry. The run received much publicity from newspapers and radio stations and it also received the support of Governor David Hall. Dr. Paul Sharp and Wade Walker, all of whom helped to make the project a little more successful. Other activities for the fall semester included the initiation of the Spring Pledge Class, the "Fifties" party, the Big Brother-Little Brother party, the fall semester retreat, and the film festival (where from three to six hours are spent watching old comedy flicks.) The annual Feudal Dinner, a formal dinner and dance in December ended the 1972 year. The highlight of the spring semester was Spring Weekend, the annual two day party which included a camelot theme costume party and Delta Upsilon's own "Hairy Buffalo" beverage. Each year a senior member is elected to reign over the festivities as King Arthur. Other spring activities included initiation of the fall pledge class, participation in University Sing, a Province Ten Convention, a delegation to the Model United Nations and a spring retreat. Delta Upsilon also liked to compete in intramural sports, entering football, volleyball, ping-pong and handball teams into competition. DU prided itself on being an active and progressive chapter and looked forward to the new opportunities that the next year would offer. Group picture 1 — Jerry Dauftherty. 2 — Peto McKeeman. 3 — Rick Oyler. 4 — Tom Hew. 5 — Bruce MacOonakJ. 6 — Phil Garr.-ton. 7 — Kart Mirvch. 8 — Mark Rupert. 9 — Joe Eattman. 10GREEKS 5Kappa Alpha The first fraternity in Oklahoma. Beta Eta of Kappa Alpha Order was chartered November 17. 1905. The national organization was founded in 1865 at Washington College, now Washington and Lee University, in Lexington, Va.. at the same time when Gen. Robert E. Lee was president of that institution. Because of his high moral character. General Lee has become the spiritual founder of the Order. This year, the OU chapter began a new pledge education program based on the recommendations from the national office. The program — the result of much planning and work by a team of professional psychologists, and national and chapter officers — strives to place the pledge in an atmosphere in which he can learn more about himself and his brothers while he adjusts to college life. Every opportunity is given him to participate in chapter and college activities. He is encouraged to develop his own talents and is reminded to be sensitive and responsive to others. The Order sponsored the Christian Appalachian Project — a philanthropic program to help the people in the eastern part of the United States to help themselves. Beta Eta was one of the top 10 chapter con-tributers to the program last year and was recognized at the National Convention in Nashville. Tenn.. last August. The chapter had an active social program. Annual parties were the Victory Party. Noah's Ark Party. Casino Party. Western Party and the Old South Weekend which included the Dixie Dance and the Plantation Ball. Much attention was also given to the OU Model United Nations. University Sing and Campus Chest activities. Group p tur : 1 — Chin Hoppe. 2 — Cnuck Bacon. 3 — Mark Robinson. 4 — Jell Briley. S — Wendell Schmidt. 6 — Terry Moulton. 7 — Jared Jobe. 8— Oavid 8eattie. 9 — Bill Roach. 10— Tom DeWiit. 11 — Brad Middleton. 12 — Mike Cordell. 13 — KevinStansbury. 14 — Mitch Lee. 15 — Ben Mellon. 16 — Steve Thomas. 17 — Ken Fore. 18— Rom Byington. 19 — Jim Reeder. 20 — Oan Yancey. 21 — Jim Winget. 22 — Maurice MeSpaddcn. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom) Charles Bacon. David Beattie. Jeffrey Briley. Bill Collins. Mchaei Cordell. Second Column: Thomas DeWitt. Chns Hoppe. Mitchell Lee. Brad Middleton. Terry Moulten. Third Column: William Roach, Mark Robmson. Charles Schm.dt. Kevin Stansbury. Scott Stevens. Fourth Column: Robert Williams Fifth Column: James Wmget III Sixth Column:Charles Yancey.Kappa Sigma strength lies within its brotherhood. This year members and pledges enjoyed many joint activities such as a member pledge walkout, a duck hunt, a fishing derby, and many in-house tournaments. The fall social calendar began with the Victory Party, followed by the OU-Texas week-enc celebration at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas. The annual New Year's Party was held in November. Little sisters decorated the house in traditional New Year's Eve fashion. The coronation of the Dream Girl of Kappa Sigma and the annual formal were also held during the fall semester. Second semester began with the Valentine Day Massacre Party ana the Hcllzapoppin Par ty. followed by the 103rd annual Mex Party. The semester ended with the Spring Formal and Senior Banquet. Kappa Sigma members were involved in several campus and community activities. They helped with the annual Orphan’s Chris mas Party. Greek Work Day. and a free merr, go-round for Norman children. Four Kappa Sigma delegations participated in Model United Nations. Group p lure: I — Brelt Morrison. 2 — v,narles Tays. 3— Reed CltHon. 4 — Oavc Oayvauit. 5 — Sieve Perham. 6 — David Hanna. 7 — Phil TadlOCk. 8 — Rebb Jonev 9 — Carl Schmidl. 10 — Pete Reed. 11 — Oavid Nobles. 12 — Larry Ock. 13 —lavmie Sturdevanl. 14 — John Robe'll. IS — Don Whiteman. 16 — 8ruce Wilson. 17 — Jackson Todd. 18—NickCampo. 19 — Mike Bunney. 20 — Fay Me- sseau. 21 — Jack Coco. 22 — Jon Dorr. 23 — Buddy Kruger. 24 — Sieve Burner. 2S — K. D. Gos-som. 26 — Pour Cason. 27 — Stan Young, 28 — Sieve Long.29 — Jin' Adair. 30 — Mark Howerton. 31 — Jay Flaherty. 32 — Steve Bennett. 33 — Steve ArtJ. 34 — RoRer Carlson. 35 — Jim OeClaire. 36 — Mark Chamberlin. 37 — Jim Chisholm. 38 — Gary Wilkcrson. 39 — Jim Jewett. 40 — Jim Vine . 41 — Tim Wheeter. 42 — j.m Gunderson. 43 — John Clarkson. Portraits: First Column (lop to bottom) Jim AtJair. James Ashley. Stephen Bennett. Van Brown. M ke Bunney Second Col' umn: Steve Burner. Nick Campo. RORCr Carlson. Mark Chamberlin. Jim Chisholm Third Column: Larry Click. ReeuC'itton Jack COCO. Oavc Dayvault. J.m OeClaire. Fourth Column; Vine OiVarco. Jon Dorr. Dour Eason. Jay Flayerty. K 0 Gossom. Filth Column; J m Gunderson. Mark Howerton. Jim Jewett, Rcbb Jones. Al Kruger Sixth Column: Steve Long. Brett Morrison. Steven Perham, Pete Reed. Sandy Rudolph.Portraits: First Column (top lo bottom le«C Sangor. Earl Schmidt. Second Column: John M. Snodgrass. Charles Tays Third Column: John Tinnin. James J, Vine Jr Fourth Column: Jick Walter. Jack B Watkins. Fifth Column: Don Whiteman. Gary 1. Wilkcrsoo. Slrth Column: Bruce James Wilson. Bill Wince. Seventh Column: Stanley K. Young. (Upper right) It's not everyday a girl’s date comes to get her on an elephant! Pictured arc Bruce Wilson and Julie Baker who have lound a new way to cut gas mileage. (Center left) little Sisters play an important part in the Kappa Sig social life. They are Marytce Trigg. Beth Tilman. Joni Buckley. Chelte Ashlock. Sue Adair. Patti 8latock. Carolyn Collins and Jul e 8akcr. (lower let!) Kappa Sigs Reid Chiton and Jim DeClairc study on this guint tabic while Bill Wince tries to play pool.Portraits: First Column: (Top to bottom): Gerald All. Richard Austin. Joe 8aldwin. David Beck. Mark Bolinger. Second Column: Gary Brandon. Randall Briggs. M kc Bumpus. Tommy Burns. Jim Campbe.' Third Column: Bd I Conyers. Gordon Foreman. SteveGaede. Dave Gil'ogly. Ms DaveGk'ogfy Fourth Column: Charles Goldsmith. Lynn Goodmn. KarUn Gramlich. Sam Grif-Im. Stan Griltin. Fifth Column: Martin Herlachcr. David Horne. Jell Hudson. Paul Jo ner. Timothy Jones. (Upper right) The highlight of the fall semester for the Lambda Chi’s is the annual Western Party. (Loner left) Taking a break from the Western Party. Manana Weiks and Jim McCarthy wait for the band to begin. Afld sow s Taking a break from studies, they dressed up western style for the fall Western Party, and celebrated spring fever with the Tradewinds Party. G'oup picture. 1 — Matt Moore. 2 — Tim Jone . 3 — Leonard Thill. 4 — Charlea Goldsmith. S — David Beck. 6 — Rick Melton. 7 — Da Oavid Home. 8 — Randy Briggs. 9 — Blake Mofley. 10 — Peter Riley. 11 — Joe Bjidwm. 12 — Steve Gacde. 13 — Charles Murray. 14 — fhek March. 15 — SamGriltm. 15 —Don Crowell. 17 — BOD Stewart. 18- Tim Thompson. 19 - Jofl Hawkins, 20 — Mark Merlacher. 21 — Ron Wredc. 22 — Judd Oualline. 23 — M kc Kruck. 24 - Karim Gramlich. 25 — Jell Hudson. 25 — Gordon Foreman. 27 — Phil Meek. 28 — Jerry All. 29 — Tom Burns. 30 — Jim McCarthy. 31 — Tim Miller. 32 — Paul Roach. 33 — Steve Shell. 34 — Paul Joiner. 35 — Mark Bolmger. 36 — Mike Stewart. 37 — Bill Conyers. 38 — George Justice. 39 — Lynn Goodwin. 40 — Richard Austin, 41 — Dorsey McIntosh. 42 — Steve Roberts. 43 — Russ Newcomb. 44 — Mike Bumpus. 45 — Keith Lessly. 46 — Stan GrifKn. 47 — Keith Walker. 48 — Larry Kascr. 49 — Gary Brandon. 50 — Gary Wightman. 51 — Bill Sell. 52 — Jim Campbell. The men of Lambda Chi Alpha this fall chipped in to work together to make some needed repairs on their own house, proving that a social calendar is no longer the measure of a fraternity. As in tradition, they sponsored the Orphans Party at Christmas. Members invited orphans and underprivileged children from the Norman area to the house for an afternoon party. The Lambda Chi's invited members of a sorority to join them, and together a girl from the sorority coupled with a Lambda Chi member bought a gift for a child, presenting it at the afternoon Christmas party. Making the most of February, they sponsored the Housemother's Valentine Tea and invited dates to the Valentine Formal.Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): George Justice. lorry Kaser. Mchael Roy Kruck III. Keith lessiy. Rick March Second Column: Phil Meek. Rick Melton. Tim Miller. Gary Mitchell. Matthew Moore Third Column: 8'ike Morley. Charles Murray. Jim McCarthy. Oorsey McIntosh. J. Russell Newcomb. Fourth Column; Judd Ouallmo. Pete Riley. Paul Roach. Stove Roberts. Bill Schoellhorn Fifth Column: 0--1I Sell. Steve Shell. M ».c Stewart. Robert Stewart. Charles Tefertiller Sixth Column: Leonard T hill. T im Thompson. Keith Walke'. Gary Wight man. Dick Wynne.The 1972-73 school year was a year of the unexpected for the Phi Dclts. The first surprise came when they returned to campus in the fall to find the front porch caved in after a slight collision with a renegade truck. Not to be defeated by such misfortune, they soon made repairs and were further successful in adding a new fence to the front drive. After the annual ritual of fall house cleaning, it appeared that the house might not be in the flawless shape that it had been known for in the past. A call to the alums and parents for aid resulted in many interior improvements. which included new furniture as well as new carpet. Another of the many unexpected misfortunes in the fall was finding themselves without a cook. They were blessed, however, in finding an excellent cook. Edna, after only a few weeks of a hamburger diet. Social life once again reigned paramount on the university campus, featuring Halloween and Christmas parties in the fall and Surfer and Roaring 50's parties in the spring. Yes. Phi Delts will admit it was an unusual year — a year of change and uncertainty. But they felt they learned to get the best from misfortunes as well as fortunes. Group picture: 1 — Robby Berry. 2 — Greg f CftOl. 3 — Frank Neal.4 — Bill Paschal. 5 — Matt Richard. 6 — Jell Noble. 7 — Blair Java Homboe. 8— Randy Viheelec.8l» — dog. 9 — Marty Feldman. 10 — Dennis Cowticy. 11 — Steve Solomon. 12 —Gary Under-mood. 13 — Stewart Wemholl. 14 — Danny McAdams. 15 — Bill Murlbutt. 16 — Jim Taylor. 17 — Bobby Freidman. 18 —Buck Davies. 19 — Doug Hoffman. 20 — Bobby Zwann.21 — Buster Mill. 22 — Dave Tidhoim. 23 — Bill Sanders. 24 — Bill Pruitt. 25 — Jim Gill. 26 — Steve Gawey. 27 — Mike Miller. 28 — Wanner Mayer. 29 — Don Cleary. 30 — Drake McDannold. 31 — Gene Gray. 32 — Steve Cairns. 33 — Jim Bailey. 34 — Jell Johnston. 35 — Craig Keitr 36 — Mike Joseph. 37 — Rog er Mitchell. 38 — Ross Gray. 39 Mike OShaughnessy. 40 — John Saxon. 41 — TltomasO. Pruitt. 42 — Bruce Cable. 43 — Tom Guild. 44 — Greg Mohammad Shanbour. 45 — John Wilson. 46 — Jay leak. 47 — Bryar Coor. 48 — Ken Marshall, 49 — Harvey Cody. 50 — Bill Threlkcld,51 — Tom Cleary. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Jim Bailey, Don Cleary. Donald Dcason. Russell Doner. Richard Dunning. Second Column: Charles Forney, Stephen England. Stephen Gawey. Houston Hill, Douglas Hoffman Third Column: Jett Johnson. Craig Kcitz. John Larsh. Colin Loving. Roger Mitchell. Fourth Column: Dan McAdams. Jeffrey Noble. Fifth Column: Michael O Shaughnessy. William Paschal Sixth Column: Bill Sanders. Steve Solomon,(Top nght) Rudy and Linda Miersche are the house couple, a Fiji join in a trend away trom the traditional housemother. (Top lelt) John Johnson and John Hackle mix their favorite brew as Curt'S Suppiee assists as bartender (Bottom) Steve Halt. Phil Fraricr. and Ted Million |on other pledges m a regularly scheduled study hall, one ot the "activities" that boosted the Fijd to among the top in fraternity grade po nt averages.kV -V Once back at school with a new pledge class, the Fiji's wasted no time beginning their activities. Along with Howdy Week, the Fiji’s hosted a campus wide dance followed by the building of a float to participate in Homecoming. The holidays ushered in a Champagne and Hot Dog party, a Lake party, and Big Brother — Little Brother party. In the Christmas spirit, the annual Night Club Party, complete with casino decorations was held. The second semester brought initiation, a Campus Chest Carnival booth to raise funds for charity, and the Norse Pig Dinner where alumni from all over the state assembled in Norman. Other social events included the Statewide Rush Party, the Purple Passion Party, and the annual Fiji Island party with its aftermath — the last big party of the year. Scholarship was a main concern in the Phi Gamma Delta house and it was obvious that studying paid off as the Fiji’s were among the top m grade point averages for fraternities. Active also, in the area of sports competition, the Fiji’s entered intramural football, basketball, volleyball and handball tournaments. Another area of activities that Fiji stressed was that of leadership, and they were represented in Student Congress. Police Relations Board, and Resident s Action Committee. As finals drew to a close at the end of the year, the Fiji's were proud to look back and see the results of a successful year. Croup peture I — Terry Agnevr. 2 — Ralph Shadid. 3 — Jim Banta.4 — To Teems. 5 — Combo. 6 — Bill Vickery 7 — Jim Bower-sox. 8 — Grant Keener. 9 — John Smart. 10 — Mark Medley. 11 — John Hacklcr. 12 — John Johnson. 13— Brooks Hall. 14 — Steve Hall. IS —OwcnLynn. 16 — Jim MenOnx. 17 —Bob McCormack. 18 — Byron Burke. 19 — Kyte Logan. 20 — LarryHanson. 21 — Curtis Supple . 22 — Pnil Bowersox.23 — ft»n-ify Fudge. 24 — Tommy Thompson. 25 — John Alexander. 26 — Jell Stewart. 27 — Ted Million. 28 — Darrell Moore. 29 — taffy IcFiorc. 30 — Mike Thomas. 31 — Mars Henderson, 32 — Gary Wade. 33 — Arty Wynn. 34 — R.ck Karr. 35 — Terry Carr. 36 — Bob Shoemaker. 37 Richard Samara. 38 — Gary Browne. 39 — Jerry Shelton. 40 — Bob Sorrells. 41 — Neil Kotarski 42 — Bryan fraker. 43 — Stan Sadler. 44 — Woody Tea'. 45 — Jim Aieiander Portraits: first Column Top to bottom): Terry A«new. Jim Alexander. Jrm Santa. Byron Burke. Phil Fra ie- Second Column: Robert Grifhn. Brooks Hall. Steve Hall. Mark Henderson. Jimmy Hendnx. Third Column: John E. Johnson, Grant Keener. Steve Kneale. Neal Kotarski. Owen Lynn, Fourth Column: Mark J. Medley. Ted Million. Darrell Moore. Bernard Reams. Richard Samara Fifth Column: Ralph Shadid. Jerry G. Shelton. Robert Shoemaker. Sixth Column: Robert W. Sorrells. Jell Stewart. Curtis Supplcc. 8ili Vickers. Gary WadePhi Kappa Psi An Oklahoma victory over Clemson provided Phi Kappa Psi with the opportunity for their first party of the year, a house party that included the Phi Psi's new pledge class. Keeping in tune with football, they traveled to Dallas for the annual clash with Texas and after the game, the Oklahoma Phi Psi’s and the Texas Phi Psi’s got together for a party. Thoughts of educational commitments were in the minds of Phi Psi’s when midterms and major themes caused a slowdown but not a stop of other activities. Sorority functions and the annual Pledge-Member football game kept them busy and on November 11. they presented a plaque to John Houchin in recognition for his selection as the Outstanding Greek Alum at OU. The week previous to the Thanksgiving Day game with Nebraska was spent studying and testing. The few weeks of the semester after Thanksgiving were spent preparing for the annual Christmas formal. This was the final big social event of the 1972 year. Second semester of the 1972-73 year brought three big annual parties and numerous sorority functions. The Viking party and the Shipwreck party were spring events and this was the year for the bi-annual Phi Psi 500. when sorority women race each other through a harrowing obstacle course on tricycles. Group peture I — Carl Os Dorn 2 — Tom Kelly. 3 — D»n Omtvedt. 4 — Gary Indelt. 5 — Fred Baker. 6 — Jim Cobbs. 7 — David Witt. 8 — Craig Barnard. 9 — Randy Splamgard. 10 — John Adams. 11 — enn Jameson. 12 — Stere Agee 13 —Ron Mercer. 14 — Duston Moore. 15 —John Keonn. 16 — John Kirkpatrick. 17 —Pat Asheralt. 18 —Garrett McQuiston. 19 —MarkOore-mus. 20 — Robert Peeler. 21 — Steve Corley. 22 — Craige Hardumck. 23 — Reed Pigman. 24 — Steve Culp. 25 — Tony Schene. Portraits first Column (Top to bottom) John Adams. Steve AgeePhi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity set out to make the 1972-73 school year one of service to the Greek community, to the University community and to Norman. They hosted the Phi Kappa Sigma National Softball Tournament. In service to Norman, they gave a Christmas Party for underprivileged children and joined in Greek Work Day projects. Twenty girls comprised the "little sisters of the scull bones", and wer'. invited to the various social events throughout the year. These included the Victory Party, the Haunted House Party, and the Black and Gold Formal, as well as the Sorority A-Go-Go Dance Contest. A most rewarding announcement for the school year was that of plans to build an addition to the chapter house in the next year. adding new dining facilities and new living quarters for the Phi Kap housemother. Group p ture. 1 — Doug Bonks. 2 — Richard Freeman. 3 — Lee Johnson, 4 — Oavid Powers. 5 — Jell Home. 6 — Gary Hamby. 7 — Craig Gentry. 8 — Mike Welch. 9 — Randy Coip. 10 — Mike Rose. 11 — Mike Penn. I? —Jell Keener. 13 — Oavid Nelson. 14 — Barney Semlner. 15 — David Douglass. 16 — Mike Cleary. 17 — Denny Kine. 18 — Paul Joqua. 19 — Wilton Walters. 20 — Don Mills. 21 — Daryl Ci ne. 22 — Peter Whipple. 23 — Frank Penn. 24 — Kevin Poorman. 25 — Doug Laltner. 26 — Bab Gunning. 27 — Rob Redding. 28 — Tom Flaherty. 29 — Mom Fronterhousc. 30 — Tom Bodino. 31 — Bob Myers. 32 — John Papagolos. 33 — Dale Bjorling. 34 — Don Sides. 35 — Mel Penn. 36 — Bob Adams. 37 — Glenn Nelson. 38 — Paul Nelson. 39 — Dink Pealor. 40 — John N holson.41 — Bob Cooper. 42 — Dennis Slone. 43 — Tom tacky. 44 — Sam Rose. 45 — Kent Torrence. 46 — Tom Cantield. 47 — Oavid Guyer. 48 — Re Strom. 49 — Tim McGrow. 50 — V.ko Jones. 51 — Monty McElroy. 52 — Bernie OuQue. 53 — John Battiato. 54— Curtis Gimlin. 55 — Kenton Keller. 56 — George Goeishck. 57 — Bob King.Portrait : First Column (lop to Bottom) Bob Adam . Oougtas Bank . Dale B|onng, Tom Bod me. Thomas Can held. Second Column: Michael Cleary. Daryl Cline. Bob Cooper. Randy Corp. John OeJarncttc Ml. Third Column: David Douglass. Tom Flaherty. Craig Gentry. Mike Gandara. Curtis Gimlm, Fourth Cotumn: George Gorishek. Gary Graham. Bob Gunning. David Guycr. Steve Ha' 1 Fifth Column:Gary Hamby. Jim Hankmson. Paul Jeoua. Jeffrey Keener. Kenton Keller. Sixth Column: Bob King. Denny Kline. Mark Krittenbnnk. Patrick Knttenbnnk. Tom Lackey. ml - o j « im fill HIPortrait : First Column (Top lo bottom): Keith Abbott. Terry Acrec. Bob Adorn , N»ck Ambruso. 8 11 Barnhard. Bob Baxter. Second Column: Dark) 8ur|0. lorry Cale. Mike Copoot. Bill Cloud. Richard Cottom. Third Column: Tim Crccdon. Ron Cummings, Tom OtCkson. Evan Douthit. Bloke Farrar. Fourth Column: George Farrar, Ron Tick. Thomas Frankcrt. Warren Hamblet. Oon Hampton. David Hill. (Upper right) Predicting the tuturc of interested clients Mark Rowland and Patty Buchanan. Pike Housemother Mrs. Betty Carrington indulges in o favoite pastime. (lower lelt) Paper machc objects which decorated the Pi Kappa Alpha house on Dad's Day made by the little Sisters, Kathy Layscr. Cary Jelfries and Sue Bullard. (Lower center) Costume parties are abundant around Halloween time and Cary Jelines and George Farrar model their costumes at the Pike party.Individuality and diversity were stressed at Pi Kappa Alpha this year. Community action projects provided books for the'inmates at the Oklahoma State Prison in McAlester and worked for the Muscular Dystrophy telethon. Within the house the Pikes stressed their membership education program which included a retreat, a member-pledge football game and presentation of a monthly Outstanding PiKA Award for exemplary service to the chapter. Four annual parties made up the year's social calendar. In the fall, the Pikes hosted two holiday parties: one at Halloween and one at Christmas. In the spring the Dream Girl of PiKA was crowned at the Dream Girl Formal. The biggest party of the year for the Pikes was the Roman Toga Party in April. Five delegates from the local chapter traveled to the Doral Country Club in Miami, Florida, for the Pi Kappa Alpha National Convention held in August. The National Power's Award for the most outstanding Pike of the year was awarded to Bill Struve of the OU chapter. Croup picture 1 — Tom Morgan. 2 — Ralph Marriot. 3 — David Peck. 4 — Chuck Krepihaw. S — Nick Ambruvo. 6 — Samantha (dog). 7 — Jim Lou to. 8 — Willie Cloud. 9 — Ernie Jonmon. 10 — 0a-vid Welt . 11 — Tom Oickjoo. 12 —MikeCapoot. 13 —Ernie Hilli. 14 — Ron Fick. 15 — Keith Abbott. 16 — Blake T. Farrar. 17 —Bob Sterling. 18— Mark Logan. 19 — Mkc Palmer. 20— Barney Barnhard. 21 — Gary Jenneman. 22 — David Mope. 23 — Dave Burie. 24 — m Wolford. 25 — Kathy Layter. 26 — John llkman. 27 — Cary Jeffrie . 28 — Evan Oouthit. 29 — Ela-ne Cole. 30 — Stephanie Oaxton. 31 — Mary Beth Gaunt.32 — Steve Thorpe. 33 — Ed Johnson. 34 — Marcia Klein-schmidt 35 — LaurieBatchter. 36—William8ruccHollis. 37 — Sue Bullard. 38 — David Pointer. 39 — Richard Cotton. 40 — Jock Wilson. 41 — Margret Peterson. 42 — Ron Cummings. 43 — Larry Calc. 44 — Warren Hambtet. 45 — "Mom" Betty Carrington, 46 — CIU Hiscl. 47 — Tim Crecdon. 48 — Curtis Fall-getcr. 49 — Jim Makris. 50 — Chip Newman. 51 — Mark Rowland. 52— David Mill. 53— Mike Odom. 54 — Tony Musgrovo. 55 — Oon Hampton. 56 — George Farrar. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Ernie Hills III. Roy Hisei III. William 8ruce Hollis. John Dawd Hope. John lllemen. Second Column: Gary Jenncman. Edward Johnson. Ernio Johnson. Chuck Krcpsbaw. Allan LaRock Third Column: James Leslie. Marc Logan, Tom Morgan. Anthony Musgrove. Nolson Newman. Fourth Column: Michael Odom. Michael Palmer. David Peck. David Pointer. Byron Pugh III Fifth Column: Sam Rhoades. David Roush. Mark Rowland. Robert Sterling. Bill Struve Sixth Column: Stevo Thorpe. David Wetty. John Wilson. Jim Wolford. Larry Woodard.Pi Kappa Phi Celebrating their fourth year on the OU :ampus. the men of Pi Kappa Phi realized that a fraternity must try to change with the times The duplex living arrangement wmen the P Kaps have with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority provided the men with a unique opportunity for total integration into all life styles. The Pi Kaps completely abolished the traditional ordeal of pledgeship. The prospective brother now enters Pi Kap life as an associate member, with all the privileges and responsiblities of an mtitiated brother. Highlighting the social events of Pi Kappa Phi was the annual Rose Ball Formal at which the Rose Queen was crowned. This year a new party was started with the OSU chapter and was held before the OU-OSU game, appropriately named the Bedlam Ball. The annual par- ties such as the Western Party, the Ski Party, and the Prison Party, were also held. P Kaps remained active on campus in sucf activities as Model United Nations Dad's Day and Mom's Weekend Group Picture. t — Gary Pullin. 2 — MAe Slurp, 3 — Craig Ramey. 4 — Tom Frankert. 5 — Nancy Chruty. 6 — Phil Webb. 7 — Bobby Grime . 8 — Mar Errtman, 9 — Marc Cadweii. 10 — Katie Rutfm. It — Rom longley. 12 — Mary Ann Mctcalte. 13 — Steve knight. 14 — Rantfy Churchill. 15 — Bob 8rown. 16 — Cflthy Brown. 17 — Mike Pullin, 18 — Mark WauahOooah. 19 — George Ka h'. 20 — low Shaw. 21 — Jell Manrahan. 22 — Guy Lynn.Group picture: 1 — Van Russell. 2 — Johnny Koon . 3 — David R.chardvon. •4 — Oon Stephen ton. 5 — James 0. Munn. 6 — Bcadd Bmgman. 7 — Jack R. Munn. 8 — Bruce Blackman. 9 — FnU Aurin. 10 — Tom Hughe . 11 — Steve McAlpine. 12 — David Webb. 13 - Chuck Sullivan. 14 - Steve Kile. 15 - Gary Schneider. 16 — Robert Stover. 17 — Jett Howie. 18 — Bill Lewi . 19 — John March, 20 — Mark Ra ner. 21 — Bill Henley. 22 — Danna Boulton. 23 — Mike Black. 24 — Bryan Watt . 25 — Sally Schulte. 26 — Tom Wilhenk . 27 — f roman John ton. upone more semester. The spring brought another fast semester filled with, of course, pledge walkout. Casino Party. MUN. initiation. Sooner Scandals. Mom’s Weekend, spring break spent at the Gulf. Boxer Rebellion and International Ball. Of course, the school year lasts only nine months. And at that we depart from our analogy. Big Sig Alph spirit was a year-round thing. One of the outstanding virtues of an OU school year is that it i$ so predictable. It starts about the same time Sig Alph "spirit" swings into high gear. Notices were served that autumn had again emerged from hibernation when the Victory Party was held for 61 new pledges, seven new Little Sisters of Minerva (including new housemother Corky Diers) were initiated, and the Sig Alphs captured the championship for A team intramural football. The social calendar was not to be overlooked. The Western Party was added. The Paddy Murphy Party proved a successful change from the old Jungle Party. A party with the Thetas for under-privileged children and the Christmas Party in Oklahoma City finished? • ' i 3 03 2 Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Bob Dexter. Oavid Oix-on. Mark Dixon. Chip Dudley. Martin Evenson. Tom Flesher. Second Column: Bill Forcsman, Tom Fraser, John Cass. Eddie Gauntt. Bobby Gil bcrt. Tom Gray. Third Column: Todd Gray-Ml. B. F. Green. James A. Haggard. R-k Helmcrich, Bill Henley. Bruce Hernandez. Fourth Column: Stewart Hogc. Jell Howie, Tom Hughes. Houston Jameson. Nick Jenkins. Robert Johnson. Filth Column: Steve Kile. Chad Jordan. Raymond Kellow. Tom Klein. John Koons. Charles Lang. Sixth Column: Bill Lewis. David Logan. Bob Long. Jell Lunday. Bill Maddux. Stephen Madison. Seventh Column: John March. Deane Miller. Joe M. n-tcr. Greg Mitchell. Oaniei Moen. Oavrd Vollett Eighth Column: James O. Munn.AJan Munson. Stephen McAipine. Martin McDonald. Mike McNabb. Michael Patton. Ninth Column: Oon Pettyjohn, Mark Pierce. Tra Pippin, Steve Porter, H. Rainey Powell. Steve Powell. Tenth Column: William L. Pritchett. Bill Pycatt. Mark Rainer. Rick Reid. Bob Rcmondmo. Dave Richardson. Eleventh Column: Kenneth Ross. Philip Ross. Van Russell. Chuck Salle. Gary P. Schneider. Lincoln Shepherd. Twetlth Column: Floyd Simon Jr.. Larry sparks. Bob Stone. Robert Stover. Chuck Sull rvan. Robert Taylor Jr. Thirteenth Column: Tim Terry. Scott Thomas. David Thompson, Bud Tip-pens. Paul Tisdai. Charles Turney. Fourteenth Column: Larry M. White. Robert White. Fit-teenth Column: Tom Wilbanks. Curt Wilson. Sixteenth Column: Jim Winchester, Terry Winner. Seventeenth Column: Mark £. Wood. Mike Woody.Portrait : Flr t Column (Too to bottom): Paul Alter t. Cary Richard Allt on. Stove Bailey. Cary Baily. John Bang . Second Column: Roger Barthel. Mike Barton. Charle 8aumeri. fichard Blevins. Allen Bolt. Third Column: Mike Brady. Monte Brown. V ke Burkhart. James Carry. David Cherry. Fourth Column: John Clemons. Jell Clow. OougCombs. Darryl Crews. Kenny Daily. Fifth Column: lours Dakil, Scott Oayton. Jim Frankcn-field. Bob Frcdette. Russell Friuell Sixth Column: Marshall Garrett. J m Gasaway. £dd Gay. Seventh Column: Steve Hedge . Joe Hukilis. Ed Mutton Eight Column: Tom Johnson. Brian Jordan. Jim June Ninth Column: Hal Katr. James Kaufman. Bill Khouric Tenth Column; James Knox. Keith Owen Knutson. David Kuhn Eleventh Column: Kev.n Kuhn. Larry ledgerwood. Jay levy Twelfth Column; Bill Logsdon. David Mahone. George MateKh Thirteenth Column: Terry Miller. John Montgomery. Francesca 0 Moore A candidate lor "Miss Derby Day". Linda Lewi , presents her Qualifications to the crowd at Derby Day Ms. Lewi i escorted by Rd Nelson.Sigma Chi engaged in a wide variety of service projects, campus activities and social events during the year. The fraternity sponsored a fund-raising campaign to earn money for the Wallace Village for mentally retarded children, which was the fraternity's national service project. Individual members and pledges were involved in Student Congress. Greek Review. MUN. Juvenile Shelter. Student Entertainers. IFC judiciary, and Dads Day Revue. A large act in Sooner Scandals was produced with Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Consistently among the top three fraternities in competition for the overall intramural sports trophy. Sigma Chi captured second place in both Class A and Class 8 football. Several Sigma Chi members and pledges played varsity athletics, including NCAA wres-tlingchampion Gary Greece and football cor-nerback Larry Roach. At the annual Sweetheart Ball the new "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" was crowned. Twonty campus coeds were honored by their selection and initiation as Little Sigmas, a national organization which provides special services to the fraternity. Major parties included the Victory Party. Dallas Weekend Party. Barb Bawl. Christmas Party, and Western Hayride Dance. The social year was climaxed in the spring with Derby Day. a fun-filled outdoor Olympics in which each campus sorority entered a team of girls to compete in games and events such as Pole Panic. Pit and the Pillow. Hug-a-Sig. and Miss Venus. Group oclure I — Bill lOgMJoo- 2 — John Neptune. 3 — Scotl Dayton. 4 — Ike Bangv 5 — Terry Peck. 6 — John Riter. 7 — Randy Weichbrodl. 8 — Steve Styroo. 9 — Mink Schreiner. 10 — David Kuhn. 11 — Stark W.lhor. 12 — Joe Mukill . 13 — Jim GaiaWith any organization today a key word is relevancy. Sigma Nu this year restructured its pledge program and entire chapter organization to provide each individual with an atmosphere in which he might realize his full potential in any endeavor he chose. And yet common bonds manifested themselves in the unity displayed in September's Victory Party and November's decorative Hobo Party. Under the Christmas tree and under the Christmas spell a Sigma Nu dressed as Saint Nick left a gift in the hand of. and a smile on the face of. each orphan from a Tulsa boy's home. The pledges surprised the members with a Purple Passion Party composed for the most part of a brew which succeeded in warming many a cold February stomach. Sigma Nu's in formal attire and their dates in new spring bonnets enjoyed wining and dining together in honor of their Sweethearts of the year at March's White Rose Formal. The biggest and oldest pariy on campus Border Dance, was again the highlit of April. Sigma Nu's nave as little difficulty in producing individual success as they have in producing successful parties. During 1972-73 year they were involved in national, state and local political campaigns for sundry candidates of various opinions. Members and pledges sent delegations and directors to the MUN. A Sigma Nu headed Greek Week and several held top positions in the IFC. This list could continue but the point is evident. that whether individually or collectively. Sigma Nu's are an integral part of today and arc looking toward tomorrow. Group Picture: I — Bob Campbell. 2 — Jock Ogon. 3 — Mike Smith. 4 — Dav.d Carder. 5 — Bla r Ctabes. 6 — Bill Frankhome . 7 — Pretton Buttram. 8 — Steve Simmon . 9 — Steve Warren. 10 — Bill Patten. 11 — Sieve Shies. 12 — JoeFarrant. 13 — David Jones. 14 — SteveSmith. 15 — Rusty Myers. 16 — Craig Smilh. 17 — Richard Hronopulos. 8 — Bill Daniels. 19 — Tom Byrd. 20 — larry Humphreys. 21 — Randy Hackler. 22 — Steve Newby. 23 — Scott Moore. 24 — Bob Montin. 25 — Jim Rapp. 26 — Bob Cary. 27 - Mark Kent. 28 — Charlie Helm. 29 — Ailoiuo Arte, 30 — Bocky Simms. 31 — Todd Thompson. 32 — Pope VanClecl. 33 — Gary Slack. 34 — Richard Britain. 35 — Jay Ewcrt. 36 — Mark Baldwin. 37 — Chris Hamm, 38 — Buck Buckholts. 39 — Tony Claunch. 40 — Stan Marshall. 41 — Gary Baldwin. 42 — Bill Stone, 43 — Bill Boone. 44 — Robin Ford. 45 — Bob Nelson. 46 — Mike Hronopulos. 47 — Chuck Friday. 48 — Gary Redw.no. 49 — Michael Cushnie. 50 — Mom Morrison. 51 — 841 Fleetwood. 52 — Tim Newton. 53 — Court Loomis. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Al A tt. Preston 8uttram. Gary Baldwin. Mark Baldwin. Gary Black Second Col-umn: Richard Britain. BobCampbell. David Carder, Tony 'launch. Buck 8uckhoits Third Column: 8ill Daniel. Bill rankhouser. Joe Farrant. Chuck Friday. Bob Gary. Fourth Column: Rand Hackler. Mark Howard. David Jones. Mark Kent. Tom Kirby Fifth Column: Court Loomis. Jell Lund. Stan Marshall. Scott Moore. Rusty Myers. Sixth Column: Steve Newby. Bill Patten. Gary Redwme. Steve Simmons. Mike Smith.Portrait : Steve Smith. Mark Stephens. Steve Stite . Clark Wadkins (Uppee right) Who says that Sigma Nu's can't have their cake and cat it too? (Lower) A pinning ceremony is just cause lor all the smiling laces. Pictured are: Joan Ubcrman. Vickie Holder. Nancy Coopev. Jell Lund. Diane Vaeth. Susan Stchr. and Gaylene Cochran,Portrait : James Allen. David Paul Austin. Dwight M. Axelrod. Hermann Bouska. (Center lelt) Working mto the late hours, the Sig Eps construct their "Beat Texas” float. (Upper right) Displaying the«r prue-winning tloat at the "Beat Texas” pep rally, are members of Sigma Phi Epsilon. (Lower right) Casually grouping in the living room for an evening of entertainment are Mike Mowburn. Mike Allen and Mark Galloway, and on the couch. Ron VanDerwai. Richard Neiies. Regan Bradford and 8obColbert. (Lower left) S g Ep brothers en oy food and fellowship during their meals. 63By making sure that any time something happened they helped make it happen, the members of Sigma Phi Epsilon strived to make the school year one of total involvement. This year's activities included an emphasis on participation in all intramural athletics and an added str «« on scholastic achievement. After a successful summer rush the Sig Eps started out the school year with a Victory Party after the OU-Utah State football game. In preparation for the OU-UT football clash in Dallas, the Sig Eps co-sponsored a float with the Thetas in the Pre-Dallas Pep Parade. For their hard work they won the first place float trophy. Rounding out the fall semester, the Sig Eps celebrated in the holiday spirit with their Halloween Party and Christmas Party. As the spring semester got underway, the Sig Eps turned their thoughts towards chanty by participating in the Annual Heart Fund Drive. They paired off with a sorority and solicited funds door to door throughout Norman. Sentimentalism was the theme with the crowning of the Sig Ep Sweetheart at the Girl of the Golden Heart Dance in the spring. Topping off the year and looking forward to summer rush, the Sig Eps hosted many high school rushees at their annual Sig Ep Sam Party. Group picture: 1 - Bob Col bert. 2 - Mike Glass. 3 - Fred Hetman. 4 - Dwight Axelrod, 5 — Mark Galaway, 6 - Ron Vanderwal. 7 - Scott Seelerdt. 8 - Randy Weber. 9 - R.ch Wager. 10 -K rk Littlefield. 11 — Bill Bretches. 12 —Larry Van Homo. 13 — BobO'Bannon. 14 — Tim Griffin. 15—Bud Turman. 16 — K«n Petta. 17 — Darrell Moore. 18 — Dare Austin. 19 — Steve Hukitl. 20 — Bill Gam. 21 - Randy Smith. 22 - Brad Farnsworth. 23 — Rck Hawkins. 24 — Glenn Wallers. 25 — Kim Oavis. 26 — Mike Lehman, 27 — Fletcher Read. 28 — David May. 29— I om Bradshaw. 30 — Ron Bross. 31 — Tom White. 32 — Reagan Bradford. 33 — Ron Grimes. 34 — Kerman Bous-ka. 35 — David Graves. 36 — Keith Meii. 37 — Jnm Wadley. 38 — Richard Nelles. 39 — Richard Morgensen. 40 — Mike Mew-bourn. 41 — Steve Hall. 42 — John Presley. 43— Mike Alien. 44 — Fred Gon aler. 45 — Butch Brumley. 46 — Jerry See-feldt. 47 — Brooke Harry. 48 — Rick Piper. 49 — Paul Graves. 50 — Brig Miller. 51 — Rick Ashford. 52 — Terry Hubbard. 53 — Gary Watson. 54 - Wally Haskett. 55 — Mark Ray. 56 -MikeSturdivan. 57 — Phil Pctta. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Reagan Bradford. Bob Colbert. Kim Davis. Mark Galaway. BillGaris Second Column Michael Glass. Oavrd Graves. Paul Graves. Ron Grimes. 8rookc Harry. ThirdColumn: Wallace Haskett. Fred Hcttman, Keith Meil. William Jones. Michael Lehman. Fourth Column: Brig Miller. Darrell Moore. Richard Morgensen. Richard Nelles. Ken Petta. Fifth Column: Phil Pella Fletcher Read. Jerry Seefeldt. Scott Seefeldt. Robert Turman. Si«th Column: Lawrence Van-Hoose. James Wadley. Rich Wager. Gary Watson. Rondel Weber.Alpha Chi Fall semester at the Alpha Chi Omega house began this year with the formal pledging of the new pledge class. Soon afterwards, the spring pledge class was held. In-house friendship serenades, functions, and participation in intramural sports, highlighted the fall activities. The Alpha Chi’s had their share of social activities as well. Starting off the year with the October Fest. the Alpha Chi’s celebrated Christmas with the annual Red Carnation Ball. The Pledge-Member Party and the annual Hera Day rounded out the social calendar. Service is still a key word among the Alpha Chi's, as can be seen with the annual Christmas Orphan Party. As house projects, the Alpha Chi’s worked at the Cerebral Palsy Center and on Greek Week Special Olympics. Finishing out the year of events were such activities as Dads Day. Date Dinner. Model United Nations, and Mom’s Weekend. Highlighting Mom’s Weekend was the Alpha Chi-Sigma Chi large act in Sooner Scandals. The Alpha Chi year was brought to an end with Legacy Weekend and the Senior Banquet. Group picture 1 — Sandy Brjntmoier. 2 — Barbara Croc . 3 — Meg Gaither. 4 — Phyllis Thompson. 5 — lynn Sherry. 6 — Pat McBride. 7 — Jeanne Wagstall. 8 — Vicky Newlon. 9 — Simon VanArsdMI. 10 — Karen Webb. 11 — Pam Metier. 12 — Den.se Reynolds. 13 — Katie Manning. 14 — Cmde Oixon. 15 — Gina Meneguui. 16 — lisa Jameson. 17 — Kathy St en, 18 — Elaine Sorrels, 19 — Christie Neal. 20 — Kim McCrory. 21 — Vick. Wilkes. 22 — Sarah Cavanaugh. 23 — Kathy Kernck. 24 — V kie Freeman. 2S — Eleanor Lame. 26 — Linda McLain. 27 — Sherri Fouti. 28 — Barbara Evans. 29 — Janet Townsend. 30 — Terric Blossom. 31 — Kathy Flanagan. 32 — Cherry ■ -Woody. 33 — Ann Edgarton. 34 — Debbie Sherry. 35 — Debtxe Morion. 35 — Judy Taylor. 37 — Charlotte Key. 38 — Marie Cooke. 39 — Paula MeCown, 40 — Kathy Byrne. 41 — Sandy Manahan. 42 — imda Cavanaugh. 43 — Janet Tibbies. 44 — Ga l Pruitt. 45 - W. key Loyd. 46 - Becky Di»on. 47 - Cheryl Suttertieid. 48 - Patti Stewart. 49 - M-chdie Madson. 50— Jeanne Yarberry. 51 — Cynthia Musser. 52 — Oonna Mclaut. 53 — Ten Young. 54 — Donna Jackson. 55 — Mary Frazier. 55 — Judy Hicks. 57 — Dana Frcml. 58 — Crfidy Chandler. 59 — Dianne Kouns. 60 — Terri Lacy. 61 — Mary Moretli. 62 — Jan Burton. 63 — Elaine Mile . 64 — Cathy Arrington. 65 — She'ley Myerv 66 — Lou Ann Coif man. 67 — Susan Suttertieid. 68 — Nancy Bacon. 69 — Sally Seale. 70— Beverly Powley. 71 — Susan Nunamakar. 72 — Susan Esco. 73 — Christy Blalock. 74 — Debbie Thomas. 75— Rodion Gentry. 76 —JanieBoyls. 77 — Claudia Rogers. 78 — Anita Marriott. 79 — Jan As kins. 80 — Susan Thornburg. 81 — Ann Langley. 82 — Lynn Hanson. 83 — Judy Rmgwald. 84 — Adena Shepherd. 85 — Joanne Single-ton. 86 — Kim Rinspau. 87 — Rebecca Hogan. 88 — Pam Schroeder. 89 — Debb e Ritter. 90 — Amy Warren. hsrs 2 Asklns. Nancy Bacon. Christy Blalock. Tercse Blossom. Second Column: Janie Boyls. Jan Burton. Kathy Byrne. Linda Cavanaugh. Sarah Cavanaugh. Third Column: Ondy Chandler. Lou Ann Coftman. Marie Cook. Barbara Cruce. Anne Edgerton Fourth Column: Barbara Evans. Kay Farrell. Kathy Flanagan. Sherri Ann Fouti. Mary Frazier Fifth Column: Vickie Freeman. Carey Gaither. Meg Gaither. Roeiien Gentry. Judy Hicks. Sixth Column: Rebecca Hogan. Donna Jackson. Kathy Kernok. D anne Kouns. Terri Lacy. L Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Cathy Arrington. JanPortrait : Fir t Column: Eleanor Lame. Ann Langoy. Mickey Loyd. Katie Lou Manning. Anita Marriott. Pam Metzer. Second Column: V la Minnett. Cynthia Musser. Shelley Myer . Pat McBride. Paula McCown, Kimberly McCrory. Third Column: Donna McLain. Linda McLain. Chr tie Neal. Susan Nunamak-er. Suo Petersburg. Beverly Powley. Fourth Column: Gail Pruitt. Cindy Putnam. Denise Reynold . Kim Rimpau. Judy Riltgwald Fifth Column: Debbie Ritter. Sarah Sehopllm. Pam Schroeder. Sally Sealo, Debbie Sherry. Sixth Column: Lynn Shorry. Elaine Sorrel . Kathy Steen. Patti Stewart. Cheryl Sul-terlieW. Su an Suttcrlietd. Seventh Column: Judy Taylor. Debbie Thoma . Susan Thornburg. Janet Townsend. Dana Trcml. Simone Van Arsdeti. Eighth Column: Jeanne Wagstaft. Amy Warren. Karen Webb. Vickie Wilke . Cherri Woody. Jeanne Yarberry. (Upper left) Every nine weeks proves to be a moving experience at the Alpha Chi house. Changing rooms arc Diane Kownsand Eleanor Lainc. (Lower right) Little Si Night is always anxiously anticipated by the Alpha Chi’ . Preparing lor the annual "hunt" are Roel-len Gentry. Cmdc Dixon. Lynn Sherry and Kathy Flanagan.Alpha Epsilon Phi started the 1972-73 year with a focus on new pledges. Open house, a 3 a.m. Kidnap Party and several weeks of Big Sis-Lil Sis get-acquainted activities got the fall semester into full swing. These were followed by the Big Sis-Little Sis Party and a joint hay-ride with the DG's and the annual Halloween Party. November featured an informal Election Party as well as the annual Founders' Day Dinner with National President Barbara Brown of Coral Gables. Fla., attending. Their costume Christmas Party was called the Fabulous Fifties. At the annual January Pledge Class function all sorority and fraternity presidents and pledge trainers were guests. Spring brought the Spring formal, and a a good-bye dinner for seniors. Roberta Stein was chosen Outstanding Girl by "nationals" She will join other outstanding "Phi's" at the June convention in Coral Gables. In the area of service the chapter joined the national group's charity efforts to collect books for underprivileged children. Locally, participation in the Big Sis program for needy girls rounded out the program. Croup Picture: 1 — Liu Greenberg. 2 — Robbie Sccade. 3 — Lana Fetter. 4 — Connie Kaulman. S — Cheryl ChantXer. 6 — Roberta Stein. 7 — Barbara KuUm. 8 — Barbara Pearl. 9 — 11 Vanoi. 10 — Coope . II — Linda Schultz. 12 — Shelley Hot I man. 13 — Ellen Premack. 14 — Anne Dee Harri IS —Mindy Gardner. 16 —CoriHurovmtr. 17— Cindy Roienbeeg 18 —Jan Mataih-OCh. 19 — Shelley Label. 20 — C nda Candatl. 21 — Suun Neultadt. 22 — Oebbe Zuc Kerman. 23 — Debbie Stahl. 24 — Linda Suib. 25 — Gale Golditicli. 26 - Liu Mann. 27 — NancyLevine. 28— Judy Cohen. 29 — Debra Lubm. 30 — Karoo Kupper. 31 — Nancy Willenz k. 32 — Cheryl Berger. 33 — Leslie Epstein. 34 — Susan Bernard. 3S — Barbara Schwartz. 36 — Mrs. Atwood. 37 — Glenns Gamer. 38 —Chen Rosenthal. 39 — Lin Gordon. 40 — Chris Singer man. 41 — Robin Simon. 42 — Carol Miner. 43 — Corrie Fallas. 44 — Jeryl Sherman. 4 — Ronnie Matnlin. Potraits: First Column (Top to bottom) GaleGoldstick. Lm Gordon. Lisa Greenberg, Anne Oee Harris. Lon Murowitz Second Column: Barbara Kuklin. Shelley Label. Linda Landau. Nancy Levin. Jan Maiashock Third Column: Karen Kupper. Bonnie Mamlin. Cheryl Mass e. Carol Miller. Susan Neustadt Fourth Column: Ellen Premack. Adnenne Rosenberg.Cindy Rosenberg. Cheri Rosenthal. Barbara Schwartz. Fifth Column: Linda Schultz. Jeryl Sherman. Robin Simon. Debbie Stahl. Roberta Stem. Si th Column: Linda Suib. Roberta F. Swade. Jill Van Os. Nancy Willenzik. Oebby Zukerman.pha Gamma Delta 5? National recognition of OU's Alpha Gamma Oelta chapter lor its progressive living experiment and the honor of having the National Panhcllenic President chosen from Upsilon chapter's alumnae ranks made for an Alpha Gam year that was both successful and fun. The fun came with parties such as a postwar. pre-depression party that brought the Roaring Twenties up to the decade of the 70 s. Everything else about Alpha Gam was up-to-thc-moment. too. Keeping pace with campus activities, members took part in University Sing, formed two delegations to Model United Nations during the spring and participated in nationwide altruistics projects. But not all time was spent working to achieve scholastic recognition. A mountain party in the fall, tree-trimming party at Christmas and a slumber party for Alpha Gamma Oelta Mom's Day in the spring highlighted the year's "fun" activities. Spring initiation culminated with the Feast of Roses, an Alpha Gam January tradition, and Valentine's Day was celebrated with a formal dance. Keeping step with the times in quite a different way. Alpha Gamma Delta two years ago became the first Greek house on campus to go coed. Sharing their house with Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, the coed situation extended all the way to hiring a house couple instead of the usual single resident adviser. They were the topics of an all-Greek publication who cited them for their progressive experience in Greek living. Who says the Greek system is outdated, when such new experiences are a part of everyday life in Alpha Gamma Delta?Portrait! Amy Wolfe. Karol Wooten. Christ Wright. (Upper le(t) The took alone on Sharon Malone s (ace reflects the confidence that she had in her barber. Pam Holt. Also participating in the project arc Angie Sangirardi and Sharon McMahon. (Upper right) Sometimes living in a co ed house presents minor problems, especially when sharing |Oint household facilities. Kay Boyles, seated, and Anne Sherwood found the piano unoccupied and took advantage! (Lower right) Pool players. Judy Dunn. Cina Sanders and Debbie Sell use their leisure time to enjoy a game of rotationAlpha Phi "Think '72" was the motto of the Alpha Phi's this year as they celebrated their 100th birthday on October 10. To start off this centennial celebration, the Alpha Phi's held a founder's day banquet with the alumnae from the OU chapter. Alpha Phi was represented on campus by many outstanding individuals. The sorority had such honors as President of Alpha Lambda Delta, members of Tassels. Angel Flight. Gamma Gamma and Junior Panhellenic President, As for group achievement, the Alpha Phi's participated in University Sing. Model United Nations, and Greek Work Day. The Alpha Phi's worked hard this year but it was not all work and no play for they held the annual Mid-Term Smash Party in October and the weekend Phi-esta Party in April. At the Christmas Formal held every year m Okla- homa City, the pledge class gave the members a surprise champagne pre-party. Sisterhood in Alpha Phi grew closer with such parties as little sis-big sis surprises and a Christmas dinner date-tree trimming party. Sisterhood and sharing were repeated at the Silver and Bordeaux dinner, where the membership honored outstanding seniors. Prospective brides were honored each semester at a special dinner where they received gifts and cake. In "Think' 72" the Alpha Phi's reached their goal and planned to climb higher in '73. Group picture I _ Valen Megee. 2 — Sun Sehetler. 3 — Bonny Stelte . 4 — Valene Stclte . 6 — Kathy layter. 6 — Meliuo Murray. 7 — Nancy Marker. 8 — Cheeyl Laughncr. 9 — Johnna Turnbull. 10— Oianne Campbeu. 11 — Miwy McNair. 12-Tom O'Shan. 13— Karen Ohoviani. 14 — Gayle Turnell. 15 —8 J Coskey. 16 —Vicki Newcomb. 17 — Martha Morgensen. 18 — Joy Abrams. 19 — Kru Richmond. 20 — Jean Cordell. 21 — V«ki Comstock. 22 — Jackie Farley. 23 — Peggy Lebow. 24 — libby Gardner. 25 — Julie Jacobs. 26 — Joan Harner. 27 — Lynn McWilliams. 28 — Jane Myers. 29 — Cynthia Haas. 30 — Pam Brown. 31 — Virginia Phillips. 32 — Janet Otis. 33— Mrs. O. F. Schmidt. 34 — Nancy Faler. 35 — Sharlet Maylen. 36 — Susan Jerkins. 37 — Jenny Stewart. 38 — Cindy Rubac. 39 — Lucmda Fox. 40 — Gayle Gntfin. 41 — Jeanmne Kier. 42 — Bridget Rau. 43 — Claire Neaves. 44 - Debb-e Rowe. 45 — Beth Harden. 46 — Robyn Ward. 47 — Marilyn Baker. 48 — Dee Ann Walker. 49 — Debbie McFarland. 50 — Jacque Bartel. 51 — Kristi Lee. 52 — Virginia Alison. 53 — Gma Palmer. 54 — Susan Morgan. 55 — Terry Perkins. 56 — Sydney Brainard. 57 — Sue Smith. 58 — Marilyn Remmers. 59 - Shawn Wold. 60 — Oebbie Loughlin. 61 — Susan Prater. 62 — Pam Hignite. 63 — Anne Sharp. 64 —Connie Hamernik. 65 — Margaret Newcomb. 66 — Michele Hornbcck. 67 — Linda Motrenbocker. 68 — Towana Kennon. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Sharlet Maylen. Valeric Megee. Susan Morgan. Martha Morgcnscn. Melissa Murray. Second Column: Jane Myers. Debbie McFarland Missy Me Na r. Lynn McWilliams. Claire Neaves Third Column: Margaret Newcomb. V«ki Newcomb. Karen Ottaviani. Toni O'Shan. Gina Palmer fourth Column: Virgin Phillips. Susan Prater. Bridget Rau. Marilyn Remmers. Kris Richmond Fifth Column: Debbie Rowe, Susan Schatller. Sheila Sewell. Anne Sharp. Ellen Sue Smith Sixth Column: Bonny Karol Steftee. Jennifer Stewart. Dee Ann Walker. Robyn A Ward. Shawn WoldThe Chi Omegas have had another rewarding year on theOU campus. Time to do things tor others — with others. Chi Omegas filled eight delegations to Model United Nations in the spring. Chi O's also took top honors in Sigma Chi's Derby Day. Chi Omegas had membership in Tassels. Mortar Board. BWOC. and Gamma Gamma. Many things, like i.rst place in intramural swimmingand first place in Panhellenic scholarship rating, kept the Chi O's busy. Chi Omega — livingand learning broadening your horizon doing things for others — with others friends living in Chi Omega. G'»up picture: 1 — Jennifer Streightoll. 2 — Bin Johnson. 3 — Roberta Winter . 4 — Sue Conn. 5 — Jams Milroy. 6 — Cindy Faulkner. 7 — Kathy Morrison. 8 — Brennan. 9 — Leslie Ni-chol . 10 — Brooke Hanmfan. 11 — Debbie Donihoo. 12 — Sufie Moore. 13 — Linda Lean . 14 —Kathy Kiker. 15 — Cindy Putnam. 16 —Cheryl Deck. 17 — Charla Hardin. 18 —Lucy Miller. 19 — Robbie Emery. 20 — Megan Willhauck, 21 — Mary Venard. 22 — Michelle Stap’cton. 23 — Cindy Johnson, 24 — Charlene Salta. 25 — Linda Rademacher. 26— Jarvcy Walker. 27 — OonnaGust. 28 — Carrie May. 29 — Susan Hol mger. 30 — Oobbie Anderson. 31 — Becki Coggins. 32 — Janet Doolcn. 33 Pr.s Collm. 34 — Monica Angus, 35 — Kathleen Liltey. 36 — Marilyn Gasser. 37 — Leesa Hulse. 38 — Joan Decker. 39 — Jcrianne Unger. 40 — Sue Pierce. 41 — Katie Rutlm. 42 — Melanie Giasser. 43 — Barbara Merritt. 44 — Patti Gau. 45 — Jenmler Wolle. 46 — Karen KrettOw. 47 — Jarvcy Hodges. 48 — Joy Lindsay. 49 — Mary 8eth Gauntt. 50 — Dana Farha. 51 — Janr Fentem, 52 — Jane Tulty. 53 — Tedde Beale. 54 — Alison Hodges. 55 — Lee Ann AiRood. 56 — Nancy NickeH. 57 — Betsy Fo . 58 — Lauren Fuller. 59 — Barbie Williams. 60 — Jackie Mitchell. 61 — Nancy Shanks. 62 — Terry Vaughn. 63 — Ann McNeil. 64 — Zara Weiler. 65 — Cathy Brown. 66 — Teresa Johnson. 67 — Melinda Sears. 68 — Debbie McCullough. 69 —GREEKS 73?s 3|3i is||ig ?! o -o i 2 s % a u ii iiiill! I a £ I c f o n % t. 2 I iSlllIj lit!; 1 SI3 1 sPortraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Diane Allen. M h llo Ash took. Lou Beth Bassett. Rene Bassett. Paula Benge. Patti Bertatan Second Column: Judy Bigtxd. Jo Blanchard. Bena Boughan. Sharon 8oyle. Rebecca Brooks. Debbie Browers Third Column: Judy Carlson. Mary lee Chivers. Anne Clark. Nancy Clark. BarbaraClmcsmith.CindyColbert. Fourth Column: Carolyn Collins. Karen Cosby. Caye Cox. Denise David. Candy Edmonds. Franc Engle. Fifth Column: Cindy Faulkner. Shelley fteld. Jayne Folks. Ann Funderburk. Susan Gareison. Gma Godfrey. Sixth Column: Nancy Grissom. Ionic Guest. Marilyn Hackett. Jackie Hall. J rn Hall. Judith I. Kamra Seventh Column: Ann Heard, Sally Heard. Leslie Hornsey. Margaret Johnson. Susan Kemp. (Upper right) Rut Nek Queen candidate Debbie Browers, lar right, gives instructions to Susan Jaretson and Kathy Sandim, as they mak pllows lor the RufNck men. (lower left) Making music means the Tn OeU Washboard Band. Composing their own kind ol mus e are (left to righl) Betsy Bassett. Renee Bassett. Carolyn Read. Jayne Folks. Gma Godlry. Cindy Faulkner. Kathy Lou Robertson. Janet Pugsley. Sally Schulre and Kathy Sandmi.Delta Delta Delta « » •' j 5“ ZBfcv ,■ j» ;. «f. J v . Friendship and sisterhood were expressed in each of the many Tri-Delta activities. Tri-Delts and Theta's combined efforts and held theannual Pansy Pile Dance. The Pansy Pile celebration began with Tri-Delts serenading the fraternity houses and delivering invitations to their dates. The Thursday night preceding the dance everyone gathered for beer and pizza at the Jockey Strap Saloon. On Halloween, pledges held a party for the members. Each member was united with her "Pumpkin Pal" friend. Before each norne game, lunch was served at the house for parents and alumnae. Mem-bersand their parentsalso participated in Dad's Day and Mom's Day activities. Other fall activities included intramural football and a washboard band. At Christmas. Tri-Dclts and the men of Delta Tau Delta gave a party for underprivileged children. The spring semester began with the initiation Banquet. Other spring activities were the state Delta Delta Delta meeting, the senior Pansy breakfast. Legacy Weekend, and a visit from the district president. The Spring Formal highlighted the semester. Group picture: 1 — Corolyn Collins. 2 —Cindy Snodgrass. 3 — Margy Withington. 4 - Jackie Hall. 5 — Leo Rumley. 6 — Jcrr Hall. 7 — Snciiy Field. 8 — Ann Heard, 9 — Cece Laird. 10 — Koty Trospcr. 1J — Vickie Schad. 12—Marilyn Hackctt. 13 —Leslie Hornsey. 14 —Carolyn Read. IS — CmdySnarp. 16 — Paula Benge. 17 — Renee Bassett. 18 Janet Trice. 19 — Patti Onen. 20 — Jeanette Loscy. 21 — Gina Doglrey. 22 — f ranees Sk nner. 23 — Julie Baker. 24 — Ondy Colbert. 25 — Jo Blan-cnaro. 26 — Joanie Lester. 27 — Kay Le W.ison. 28 — Susie «mm GREEKS 75"A Toast to Century l and Century 2" was the Delta Gamma Theme for the year, and members and pledges of Alpha lota Chapter participated in a wide variety of activities in celebration of their sorority's national centennial year. Following a hectic but profitable rush period. DG's got into the spirit of autumn with a hayride early in October. Alpha Epsilon Phi joined DG in sponsoring the event held near LakeThunderbird. To raise funds for the National Delta Gamma Foundation's Sight Conservation Project, the local chapter joined the Oklahoma City alumnae in conducting a Halloween "Haunteo House" for children in Oklahoma City. Following a serenade, scholarship dinner, and Dads Day activities in November, and a "BigSis-Littlc Sis" Party in December. DG's concluded the semester with a Christmas Formal in Norman's new Ramada Inn. Spring semester activities commenced with initiation of new members in February. DG's then held legacy dinners for sons, daughters, brothers and sisters of current and former chapter activities. In April DG's held the annual Pinafore Party, where five men were named "Anchor Men" for their service to the sorority. Croup picture: 1 — DemteCavanagh. 2 — Bill Prwnell. 3—Becky Young. 4 — Carron Montague. 5 — Sherry De Gluttl. 6 — Becky Mowdeitiell. 7 — Julie Pittman. 8 — Suun Bickford. 9GREEKS 5 g sso i i si i 111 s' isaJ??i-s Joff ' |' stSI I Stiffs? fit ill !fiiiUi« n?ri Iff Hrfllilf!lffll1Portrait : First Column (Top to bottom): Cindy Poor. Pau a Fuhr-man. Nanci Callmcior. Barbara Hammett. Marcia Harman. Franccc Harmon. Second Column: Mary Beth Heinze. Karen M Henry. Rebekah Hickcrson. Becky Howdeshell. Shelly Hume. Betty Hutton. Third Column: Lcisa Johnson. Oiana Kizer. Ter-cna Krmg. Wendy Krise. JoAnn Laughlm. Gayl Leichner. Fourth Column: Phitis long. Gayle Lucas. Vicki Marmorstem. Marilyn Martin. Melissa Mayfield. Cynthia Miller. Filth Column: Jo Miller. Angela Mitchell. Carron Montague. Mary Myers. 8eckic McGee. Nila Netfi. Sixth Column: Cathy Nelson. Eleanor Nick-ey. Mary Jeanne Pansza. Deborah Paine. Margaret Peterson, Julie Pittman Seventh Column: Pam Plunkett, Billie Presnelt. Mary Beth Ray. Jackie Rcntro. Margaret Riggs. Kayton Roberts. Eighth Column: Paula Robison. Jane Rohrbaugh. Jen Seale. Debbio Small. Nancy L. Smith. Katie Stallcup Ninth Column: Patti Stephenson. Karen Steves. Susan Summers. Vickie Summers. RayRe Swhrczynski. Patsy TaylO' Tenth Column: Sheila Vaughan. Brenda Wade. Patrick Wallace. Roma Wallace. Theresa Wright. Rebecca Young (Upper loft) Big Sis-Littlc Sis combinations are an important part ol the pledge framing program and at the Delta Gamma party. Kaylon Roberts and Carla Ctvenoweth are excited to Imd that they have been matched together. (Lower right) Some soap opera tans even arrange their scholastic schedule around their favorite "soaps". The Oclta Gammas and friends gather in the newsroom to sec what the day's events bringo £ VMS iW o|» 51 ihil ‘fillPsi chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was concerned and involved not only with the members of the sorority but with all aspects of campus and community life as well. In spring 1972. Gamma Phi’s joined with the men of Lambda Chi Alpha to enter University Sing. The annual Pink Carnation dance was held in Oklahoma City. During the summer months Gamma Phi's were represented at the Gamma Phi Beta camps for underprivileged children in Vancouver. Canada and Colorado. Directors of both the Vancouver camp and the Colorado camp were members of the Norman chapter. Back at school in August. Gamma Phi’s chose the theme "Campaign ’72’’ to kick off the work and rush weeks. Secretary of State John Rodgers spoke during work week to continue with the theme. In October, members made a float with the men of Delta Tau Delta and enjoyed a Pre-Dallas Rally party and a Red White dinner in anticipation of a Sooner victory in Dallas. As the year progressed, a Halloween party, hayride. and Christmas dance were held. Gamma Phi’s also entered Sooner Scandals with the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. The McCormick Medallion, a national award for the outstanding Gamma Phi Beta chapter, was received by the women of OU’s Psi chapter. Group picture: J - Teresa Wages. 2 - W«rslv» Hollrngworth. 3 -$While showing themseives as individuals. Thetas were rated number one scholastically. With the help of the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Thetas built the winning float in the. "Beat Texas" parade. They also joined the Tri Dolts in hostessing the annual Pansy Pile. At Christmas the sorority co-sponsored two parties, one with Sigma Alpha Epsilon and another with Sigma Nu. for orphans in the surrounding area. In the spring. Thetas were involved in Model United Nations, their chapter workshop, and their first annual Spring party with the Chi Omegas. Thus, through the individual personalities of the members. Theta again showed herself a worthy member of the Greek system. Group Picture 1 — Kathy Me Kiddy. 2 — Nancy Hartsock. 3 — Jana Reynold-.. 4 — Mary Anne Hacklcr. 5 — Cherrl Pof C|Oy. 6 — Cathy Harrs. 7 — Ashley Oahlgrcn, 8 — Diane Womblc. 9 — Sara Werner. JO— Katie Lampkin. 11 — Zeita Gatlin. 12 — Susan Troop. 13 —(dog) Sunny. 14— AnnCheney. IS —Lena Mitchell. 16 — (dog) Sugar. 17 — Gwen Fairbanks. 18 — Jane Standciitfe. 19 —Trudy Hackier. 20 —C ndy Tate. 21 — Terri Collins. 22 — Laurie Oavis, 23 — Melodye Whitworth. 24 — Vicki Wemmeister. 25 — Ginny Huston. 26 — Oebbie Oukc. 27 — Lee Pedersen. 28 — Phyttis R e. 29 — Peggy Stover. 30 — Lmda Wood. 31 — Marsha Gelwick. 32 — Susan Smith. 33 — Kim Brown. 34 — Waverly West. 3S — Margaret Reed. 36 — Blake Kennedy. 37 — Jeanne Montin. 38 — Debbie Barnett. 39 — Gad Simmons. 40 — Cathy Creedon. 41 — Penny Martin. 42 — Muttm Hone. 43 — Nancy Storseth. 44 — Susan Short. 45 — Beth Goodali. 46 — Jan Farha. 47 — Elaine Johnson. 48 — Lisa Caldwell. 49 — Lmda Warren. 50 — Lsa Rountree. 51 — Cindy Miles. 52 — Julie McCall. 53 — Jan Miller. 54 — Marilyn Hammond. 55 — Pam Purdy. 56 — Jena Wan ek. 57 — Kim Gulley. 8 — Kaywood Dccse. 59 — Susie Lynn. 60 — Lou Bracklien. 51 — Janet Yount. 62 — Debbie Allen. 63 — Debbie Brown. 64 — Jana Hester. 65 — Cheryl McDonald. 66 — Janet McBride.Portraits: first Column (Top to bottom): lu Hired. Ginny Hutton. Debbie Johnsoo. Janet Jonet. Connie Kelly. Second Column: Blake Kennedy. Fawn King. Maribeth Koons. B.vbe Lippert. Suty Lynn. Third Column: Penny Martin. Jan Miller. Sulie Waller. Connie Morris. Ann Mungcr. Fourth Column: Janet Me-Brido. Mary McClure. Kathy McKiddy. Cheryl McOonald. Kathy Newman. Fifth Column: Patti Osborn. Jennifer Parrish, lyn Parrish. Lee Pedersen. Bonnie Plunkett Sixth Column: Cherri Popejoy. Pam Purdy. Margaret Reed. Shelly Riddle. Susan Short. Seventh Column: Gail Simmonc. Tina Smith. Nancy Storscth. Peggy Stover. Cindy Tate Eighth Column: Martha Thomas. Chr.sty Trent. Jane Warner. Linda Warren. Vicki Wcinmeistcr. Ninth Column: Waverly West. Meiodye hit-worth. LmdaVJood. Sharron Word. Janet Yount. (Upper lett) Sooner Scandals, a student variety show, attracts tho talcntso! many people. Dancing for the Theta’s arc Ann Cheney. Janet McBr.de. Janet Yount. Pam Purdy. Connie Morris and Diane 8erry. (Lower nght) Candlolightmg ceremonies highlight the days for the lucky Sisters who got dropped, pinned or engaged.Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Vickie Bradshaw. Katherine Brockhaus. Oiannc Brown Second Column: Mary Brum-age. Margaret Caldwell. Mary Ann Carney. Third Column: Jenny Castm. Pamela Cupltn. Jan Curry Fourth Column: Peggy Daly. Paula Denson. Mary Enoch. Fifth Column: Janet Felton. Ellen Fronkier. Dale Furman. Slicth Column: Jeannine Galcgar. Cathy GarlieW. Susan Good. (Upper right) Having time to be w-.th your other sisters plays in important role in KO life. Pictuied are Cindy Kirk, lie Harris. Jenny Castin. and Marifyn Me Nellis. (light center) Playing Hearts is always a good way to pass :ime, as Sue Munto. Susan Good Mom Highens. and Margaret Caldwell show. (Lower left) Practicing the songs for the Kappa Delta entry in University Sing are Sue Munro. Ellen Fronkierand Dale Furman.Kappa Delta KD's learned that you don't have to fit a mold to be Greek. The house was populated with women of diverse interests, yet bound by a common ritual and feeling of sisterhood. Active in intramurals. KD's won the women singles in tennis and were in the football playoffs. They participated in all areas of the women's intramural program and actively competed for the All Sports trophy presented to the team with the most points at the end of the school year. Kappa Deltas expressed their concern for the Norman community by sponsoring a Christmas party in their home for underprivileged children. The men of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity helped the KD's make the holiday season a little brighter for those less fortunate. The pledge class sponsored their own social service proiect. a party in the children's ward of a local hospital. Grades were not overlooked at Kappa Delta. Being the basis for initiation held in the spring, the 23 pledges put in a minimum of nine hours a week in study hall. Leading up to spring initiation was a week of activities known as the White Rose Week. Social activities of the sorority included the annual Christmas Formal and the Luau held in the spring. BigSis-Little Sis parties helped bring the members and pledges closer together. Mom's and Dad's weekends reminded parents what college life is like. During that time the girls treated their parents to an evening of dinner, plays and a special Kappa Delta Skit. The parents then spent the night at the house. While tradition exists, change has taken place and will continue as a viable force in Gamma Theta chapter.GREEKS 73 C£ CD CD I I 1 1 5'S-'i - ?■» t % £ ? 3 0, fill ?IKappa Kappa Gamma has always been proud of her representation in the various areas that college and sorority life offer. Scholarship, activities, leadership on campus and house unity were all important aspects in Kappa’s "total programming" plan this year. In conjunction with Delta Upsilon fraternity Kappas worked on "A Run For Their Lives." project which utilized the Texas-0 U rivalry as a means to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. A football was carried by runners to the Cotton 8owl in Dallas, and over $5,000 was contributed as a result of this effort. Founder’s Day. celebrated this year with the Kappa national officers as guests, was one of the fall activities. Others were a scholarship dinner. Big Sis-Lil Sis party held with the Chi Omegas, the tree decorating party, the Christmas formal, and the Christmas desserts withOU professors as guests. At the National Convention the chapter received the Fraternity Appreciation award, a trophy presented to the chapter which best exemplifies the essence of a sorority. Group picture; I — Paula Garlan. 2 — Betty Davit. 3 — Janell Proctor. 4 — Rae Ann Graybill. S — Martha Graybill. 6 — Claudia toy. 7 — Nancy Miller. 8 — Terry Sneed. 9 — Lethe Upthcr, 10 — Jan Shelter. 11 — Sutan Reynold!. 12 — Debbie McDonald. 13 — Jcanni D key. 14 — Ann Mathewt. 15 —Patty Chca tham. 16 — Sara Miiitpaugh. 17 — Sue S wen von. 18 — Debbie Harmon. 19 - Nancy Lee. 20 - Nancy Fievher, 21 — 8arbara Ketchum. 22 - Debbie Riggt. 23 - P y Roark. 24 - Tern Mauldin g. 25 — Candy Buthyhead. 26 - Suiie No.ten. 27 — Caren Cook. 28 - Chr.tty Caltey. 29 - Karen Bankt 30 _ Paula Campbell. 31 - Mar® Morgan. 32 - Vicki P.ttv 33 -Becky Schula. 34 — Suli Starki. 35 — Meredith Maton. 36 — nJ |3??i ■ 2 c - § 2 C - § stiff n«' = rjUS ?2s?’-5 o ? I?I 2H c 3 05 r- ilil98 Portrait : First Column (Top to bottom): Karen Kimmol. Linda Lieu-ranee. Pam Lmdley. Debbie ion . Claudia toy. Meredith Mason Second Column; Linda Massey. Terri Moulding. Tommie Metcalf. Kristin Miller. Leslie Miller. Nancy Miller Third Column: Laurie Moberly. Janie Moomau. Margie Morgan. Anne Morley. Marsha Mullins. Mary Musser. Fourth Column: Debtxe L. McDonald. Ann Parks. Dana Philip . Vicky Pitts. Patti Pope. Becky Powell. Fifth Column: Nora Rapp. Susan Reynolds. Debbie Riggs. Peggy Roark. Vicki Schulz. Randee J. Scott Sixth Column: Jane Shelter. Susan E. Shepcrd. Patsy Smith. Tcrryc Sneed. Susie Starks. Katie Swenson Seventh Column: Jackie Thacker. Diane Whiteside. Mary Ann Williams. Joan C. Woeikc. Nancy Woolley. (Upper right) A tie pattern and lots ot red and white iclt material are the ingredients that can keep Kathy Kent and Nancy Onstie busy tor the afternoon. (Lower right) Reviewing the results ot the annual Bar-8-Que by the "party-pic" method arc Becky Powell. Patsy Gabermo. Knsten M.iler. Dana Phillips. Becky Schulz. Linda Dickey and Mary Ann Williams.Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Ann Alexander. Jan Bauer. Jody Bauer. Barbara Bcames. Patti Bechtotd. Bets Bernhard Second Column: Valerie Bernhardt. Jeanette 8oler. Leslie Brunstctcr. Li Brunsteter. Kathy Cash. Nancy Cooper, Third Column: Carol Crockett. Nancy Darnell. Nancy Davis. Emily Denning. Wilma Donaldson. Patty Edmondson Fourth Column: Jane Edwards. Jcanie Finley. Jetty Gardner. Kathleen Gholston. Cormne Gillick. Debbie God. Fifth Column: Genie Gridin. Pat Henry. Dana Hieronymus Sixth Column: Mindy Holbrook. Vicki Holder. Stephanie Holloway. Karen Jennings. Joyce Johnson. Kate Johnson. Seventh Column: Kathy Keller. Susan Kracmer. Linda Lipinski, 8etty Livingston, Helen Lockhart. Sue Mackey. Eighth Column: Rosemary Malone. Janie Meiiander. Cynthia Miller. Nancy Mills. Patty Moore. Debbie Morrison Ninth Column: Cindi Myers. Mary McClymonds. Dcbtxe McCord. Christi McGrcw. Marcia McKinney. Louise MeMattc't. (Upper right) Rush excitement catches Pat Henry and Tr«cia Rudder on the stairs and Jennie Ubcrman and Jamie Holder on the bannister. (Lower let!) Glancing over the Beauty Book are Nancy Daws. Tncia Rudder. Joyce Johnson and Lucy Richards.The year 1972-73 kept both the pledges and members of Oklahoma Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi active, both in class and out. The pledges, busy trying to learn names and faces, saw the lighter side of Pi Phi at the annual Pledge-Member Party. Following the pledges' "surprise" walkout to Grand Lake, they had the opportunity to meet the National Panhellenic officers, whom Pi Phi hosted the week before Dallas weekend. Big Sis-Little Sis parties were always fun and full of surprises, and this year's celebrations were no exception. Dads Day weekend shifted attention home for awhile and dads were entertained at the Sports Page following the planned entertainment here in Norman. Christmas arrived quickly and the Kappa Sigs and the Pi Phi's presented a Christmas play and party for the orphaned children in Norman. Pi Phi's celebrated the end of the first semester with the Beaus and Arrows Christmas formal. Second semester saw the initiation of pledges and the acquistion of a spring semester pledge class. Pi Phi moms couldn't be ignored, of course, so they were entertained during Mom's Day celebrations later in the semester. At the close of an exciting year, the Pi Phi's held their annual party with the Kappa's, the Monmouth Duo. commemorating thefounding of the two sororities at Monmouth College. Monmouth. Illinois. Group Picture: I — Marco McKmn y. 2 — Nancy Oavis. 3 — Vivi Phillip . 4 — WynOcc Woilard. S — Nancy Mill . 6 — Debb«e Philip. 7 — Leslie Brunsteter. 8 — Becky Oeeion. 9 — Mary Wlmbash. 10 — Jane Edward . 11 — Kathleen GlWhton, 12 — Sue Ann Mackey. 13— Debbie Mormon. 14— Susan Sneed. 15 — Kar-en Jennings. 16 —Barbara Beames. 17—Rosemary Malone. 18 — Kathy Phelps. 19 — Wilma Donaldson. 20 — Allison Otis. 21 - Patti Bechtotd. 22 - Susan Kraemer. 23 — Jetty Gardner. 24 — Patty Moore. 25 — Nancy Poole. 26 — Mary Peek Stromberg. 27 — Cathy Barbour. 28 — Bets Bernhard. 29 — Kathleen Gholston. 30 — Cynthia Mi Her. 31 — Carol Rowsey. 32 — Laun Stephens. 33 — Helen Lockhart. 34 — to Brunste-ter. 35 — Jonella Frank. 36 — Jody Bauer. 37 — Jan Bauer. 38 — Kathy Keller. 39 — Gaytene Cochran. 40 — Rhonda Wag-non. 41 — Salty Vocher. 42 — Debbie Gordon. 43 — Mary Me-Clymonds. 44 — Emily Oenning. 45 — Jo Ann Walker. 46 — Patti Taylor. 47 — Patty Edmondson. 48 — Vicki Holder. 49 — Jamie Holder. 50 — Mmdy Holbrook. 51 — Rene Holder. 52 — Regina Romano. 53 — Katie McGuire. 54 — Nanette Potts. 55 — Lucy Richards. 56 — Nancy Cooper. 57 — Melanie Gill. 58 — Jeanette Boler. 59 — Cathy Sayre. 60 — G K Ratfity.61 — Mary Margaret Sykora. 62 — Janie Mel lander. 63 — Karen Kraemer. 64 — Kathy Cash. 65 — Becky Ray. 66 — Kate Johnson. 67 — Jcannic Uberman. 68 — Trtcia Rudder. 69 — Kathy Prill. 70 — Elaine Pasque. 71 — Mary Masterson. 72 —Genie Gnllm. 73 — Ann Alexander. 74 — Louise McMasters. 75 —SusanStehr, 76 — Diane Vaeth. 77 — Jeannie Finley. 78 — Linda Lipmski, 79 — Susan Simmons. 80 — Carol Crockett. Portraits: First Column (Top to bottom!: All.son Otis. Elaine Paso ue Vikki Patterson. Kothy Phelps, Vm Phillips Second Column: Nancy Poole. Nanette Potts. Kathy Prill. G K, Ratfety. Becky Ray Third Column: Lucy Richards. Regina Romano. Carol Rowsey. Trisha Rudder. Cathy Sayre Fourth Column: Karen Shotwell. Susan Simmons. Val Slivinsky. Susan Sneed. Susan Stehr. Fifth Column: Laurie Stevens. Mary Peck Stromberg. Mary Margaret Sykora. Jeannie Uberman. Joan Uberman. Sixth Column: Anne Uhlenhop. D»anc Vaeth. JoAnn Walker. Lea Ann Wettel. Wyndee Woltord.Sigma Delta Tau began the year with an emphasis on service by helping at the Children’s Center at Central State Hospital during rush week. Continuing throughout the fall semester the SDT's also gave a Halloween Party for the Cerebral Palsy Center and a Christmas Party for the Children’s Center at Central State Hospital. Throughout the year the SDT’s were also active in various other areas with an emphasis on social life. Beginning the year with their Big Sis-Lil Sis Party, the members also participated in a football game against the pledges. Their annual Frontier Party, held in Oklahoma City, and a Surprise Party given by the pledges rounded out the fall social calendar. As second semester got into full swing, the SDT’s honored their newofficers withan Installation Dinner. This was followed by a Date Dinner. Valentine’s Day Party. Pledge Party and Initiation. DuringthespringthcSDT’sdidn’t let up with their service and social events. At Easter they gave the children at the Cerebral Palsy Center a party. Then the year was topped off with their annual Spring Formal and Scholarship Dinner. Group Picture: 1 — Stephanie Richmond. 2 — Arteen Mann. 3 — lit Levy. 4 — Bonnie Kaufman. S — Jan levy. 6 — Dorna Dol£ioolf. 7 — So van Cohen. 8 — Derive Thompson. 9 — Laura Garcy. 10 — lee Gottlieb. 11 — Susan P.nskev. 12 — Lynn Shuman. 13 — Ojne Alper. 14 — Marsha Walker. IS —Sharon Stem. 16 — Aimee fetdman. 17 — Apr.l Weinstein. 18 — JillidcrPortraits: First Column (Top to bottom): Otone Alper. Susan Cohen. Donna Doigmott. AimceFokJman. Bonnie Kaufman. Second Column: Lynn Krags. Jan levy. Liz Levy. Arisen Mann. Third Column: Stephanie ftichman. Lynn Schuman. Susan Pinsker. Marsha Walker. April Weinstein.Delta Sigma Theta Delta Sigma Theta is a national Greek-letter sorority, having more than 340 chapters located in 40 states, including Alaska, and also in the Republic of Haiti and Liberia. It was founded at Howard University in Washington. D.C.. on January 13. 1913. by a groupof 22 undergraduate women who secured a certificate of incorporation the following month. In 1972-73 the women of Delta Sigma Theta at OU worked with other members of the sorority in the Oklahoma City area on community programs for 7th and 8th graders in Oklahoma City, a carnival for young children, and voter registration. Group picture: I — Gma Maloney. 2 — Jan OeSoncy. 3 — Casaundra Smithcrs. 4 — Natalie Sams, 5 — Freda Lawson, 6 — Freddie Garrison. 7 — Jack Robbins. 8 — Jean Proutt. 9 — Vicki Banks.Adams President's Council opens library Active involvement was the goal of Adams Center Presidents Council this year. Under the supervision of Dan Williams, president, they opened a library on the second floor of Johnson Tower. The library consisted of magazines donated by residents and the post office and encyclopedias — with immediate plans to order new magazines, new encyclopedias and dictionaries with funds provided by Residents Action. Other activities included numerous parties. a hayride in October and a Christmas party involving over 50disadvantaged children. Membership included all presidents from the housing units who attended weekly meetings and decided where to allocate funds. They also planned center activities and functions. Presiding officers were Dan Williams, president: Irene Ashworth, vice president: Tawana Kennon. treasurer: Kathy Malone, secretary, and Sharon Stein, co-secretary. (Upper right) ADAMS PRESIDENT COUNCIL: Bottom Row; Lir Kateda. Pan Williams. Kathleen Malone, Tawana Konnon. Sharon Stein. Irene Ashworth. Nakita Morris. Leslie Borryhill. Second Row. Mark Fmkc. f rcdenck Lloyd, James Voter. Karen Camp. James Wedel. Michael H. Smilh. Joel Scherr. Richard Quinn. Jim Constantikc. Joel Borry, (Lower lelt) Fathers o( Adam’s residents line up (or coltee and donuts which were provided by the Presidents Council (or Dads Day. (Lower right) Adams resident prepares an I D (or a (ather on Dad’s Pay.Council plans for festivities Theannual Hangingof the Greens sponsored by Cate Center's Presidents Council was the highlight of 1973. This year the festivities were held for disadvantaged children from Norman and Oklahoma City area. The children were given gifts and entertained by OU Student Entertainers. The house presidents met once a week in the center cafeteria to discuss how funds were to be spent and what activites were to be scheduled within the center. The Council sponsored weekly films for students. usually shown in Dale Hall during the weekends. CATE CENTER PRESIDENTS COUNCIL Bottom Row: Cris Anno. Sumo Edzards. Vicki Cone. Second Row: Mary Leo Willett. Karyl Amlin, Dorothy Pitcheil. Brenda Coleman. Debbie Belcik. Ann Patten. VatarieCole. Patrick Cullman, Third Row. Steve Derrick. Bill Baidwin. Phil Ocwberry. Rick Hardez. Ken Baker. George Maroxsan. William Beatty. Girls sponsor special party For Halloween, thegirlsof Neill House planned a party for the children in the Cerebral Palsy Center here in Norman. They set up a booth for the children with a fish pond, then took a group of children around to the other participating booths during the party. At Christmas, they gave presents to underprivileged children and had a party with Holman House. President for the dorm was Vicki Cone and secretary was Rachael Mullens. Bottom Row: Mtlisu Owens. Nancy Bowman. Rachel Mullens. Carol Fosscy. Candy Edmonds. Jeanne O'Brien. Sue Chang. Second Row: Susan Carle. Jan Gray. Vicki Cone, Bobbc Susan Cline. Donna Phillips. Terri Barnhan. Lynn Rakofsky. Anne Morley. Kathy McKiddy. Oebbic Koch. Mary McClure. Third Row. Anne Frankenfield. Dianno Pattnon. Susan Neustadt. Kathi Corns. Gloria Wolf. Tanya Gagnon. Sharon Godwin. DonnaCassaway. Fourth Row. Cynthia Muster. Karen Outland. Karen Spaulding. Pam Hampton. Kris Seabrook. Valerie Mettry. Patty Evanson. Jennifer Dcrebery. Elaine Pasque. Christa Wachlcr. Anna Lou Baggett. 109 h Dorms hold hayride Brooks House and Bizzell House began the year by combining (or a hayride. Being two of the special dorms on campus. Brooks houses men who are in language or who are international students, and Bizzell House is the home of freshman and upperclass women language majors. Bottom Row. Store Shrago. Willard Moscly. Sam Evans. Mark Smith. Loic Pascoe. Mat Vandcur. Steve Kunlz. Kenneth Cross. Abraham Sasso. Pamela Rupert. Second Row: Jimmie lee. Chuck Allison. Susan Hill. Eugene Lang, Melony Martin, Darla Alk.m, Marcia Lems. Dayna Enix. Susan Lednicky. Melanie Chung, Belinda FongYee. Lee Johnson. Janet L Allrson. Serna Tuxun. Steve Van Swearingen. Third Row: J m Mendenhall. Mark Schwartz. Lane A. Whitescll. Scong Pmg Tan. Anvick R. Grail. Evelyn fairch.id. Oesa Lee. Vitus f. Law. Kathy Townsend. Roderick Fong Yec. Fourth Row: James Martin. Butch Dover. Deborah Ezekiel. James P. Maguire. Dotty Pitehell. Tommy Poole. Hassan Koocheck. Thom Wiikorson. Mary Herndon. Sheryl Glover. Fifth Row. David Basier. Jim Sutton. Rick Myers. Greg Tillany. Chuck Engles. George Tircbden. Bay Mitchell. James Patterson. Carolyn Manning. Tommy Worley. Bar bara Butner. Mary Sue Roberts. Dwight Kouri, (l oner lelt) Admiring the Christmas tree arc Carol Lang, loie Pascoe. Marcia Lewis. (Right) Serna Zcrah Tuzun is caught brushing her teeth12 i £ 1 3 Girls register most fathers Home of upperclass women. Davis House had the most fathers registered on Dads Day. Connie Coppenger. a resident, was named Sooner Sweetheart. The girls had candied apples on Halloween night, and also during the semester. Westbend Kitchenwaregavca presentation to the residents. Girls in the house donated their Christmas trees to special education students in Oklahoma City and decorated a larger tree for their house lobby, in addition to sponsoring an underprivileged child at Christmas. Officers council was Al Branum. Sharon McCarthy. Ann Patten and Nancy Tomah. Second semester president was Susan Tucker. Bottom Row Janet Caiiody. Gayta Bate. Angola Bate. Det -by Williamton. Second Row; Nancy Tomah. Kathye Peters. Noreen McSherry. Merli Milner. Susan Tucker, Nancy Tatroe. Jeannette Ritter. Theresa McOuglc. Third Row: Mary Peters. Clodean leader. Pam Westra. Ann Patten, Nancy Dillard. Sharon McCarthy. Fourth Row. Anne Gillespie. Oonna Williams. Alma Branum, Sherry Booth. Janet Boyd. Forbes houses med students Forbes House girls displayed their Christmas spirit by taking time out from studying for finals to decorate the ward at Central State Hospital. They sponsored four disadvantaged children at Christmas and contributed to the Norman Christmas Store. Officers were Karyl Austin, president. Terry Hicks, treasurer. Debby Schafer, secretary. Debby Marrinson and Debby Lancaster, social chairmen, and Connie Hcinriche. athletic director. Bottom Row; Mary Campbell Maxe»ner. Carol Rowland. Terry Hicky. Oobby Brill. Debra Marrinjon. Debby Shafer. Karyl Auktin. Kfit Edigor. Second Row; Lucy long. Leah Marjo. Ta-larva Dunnetoicr. Karen Foster. Rhonda Baldridge. Connie Heinrichs. Glenda Hastey. Tern Weber. Gwendolyn Simpson. Maggie Weber. Deborah McGee Third Row: Marcia Pricer. Debbie Petit, Martha Ambrose. Cathey Cafrcux. Carla Fay McCart. Janet Campbell.Gifts go to children To begin the year. Lawson House sponsored an abortion-VD seminar. Westbend Kitchenware gave a demonstration and at a later date cosmetics were shown to the girls. They gave a welcoming party for Dads Day and sponsored a disadvantaged child for Cate Center’s Christmas party. Officers were Brenda Coleman, president: Jessie Elder, vice president: Kim Watson, treasurer and Roberta Becker, social chairman. During football season, the girls of Mc-Curtain sold football candles. For their initial dorm project they donated pints of blood at Norman Municipal Hospital. Their team placed in the intramural semifinals in volleyball. Officers for McCurtain were Mary Lee Willct. president, and a house committee consisting of Janie Swirczynski. Linda Tenney. Jane Rogers. Pat Lonergan and Marilyn McConville. (Top) LAWSQN-McCURTAIN HOUSES Bottom Rom t .ane Burton. Lesi.ee West. Jowl Elder. Nancy Medley. Susan Newell. Pena Grisham. Teresa Matniak. Janie Swirczynski. Second Rom Susan Siegel. Janice But'er. Ann Stetten. Jams Strandlit. Julia Jones. Valerie A Cole. Liz tucker. Jo Ann Matthews. Maureen McCarthy. Mary Male. Sharon Williams. Angela Martin. Janice Lawrence Third Row: Ann G. Brown. Joanne Szatko. Linda Steed. Joanna S. Ma|id. Brenda Coleman. Debbie Lievsay. Judy Taylor. Jcjneltc Lurks. Mary Lee Wiilet. Janet Asheralt. Fourth Rom Undo Tenney. Lori Epperson. Jill Jarvis. Eiame Emanuet. Janice Jones. Lou Ann Crossland. Kim Watson. Barbara Boyle. Wendy Norman. Martha Cope. Viklu Wilkie, Dan Senkowski. (Lower left) Brenda Coleman tmds studying in the lobby is best tor finals. (Lower right) Washing one's hair is troublesome, but necessary. as Lmda Tenney knows CD s □5 r J Herrick holds skating party During football season the girls of Herrick House painted signs they displayed on the fronts of Cafe Center buildings. They topped every other Cafe Center house for having the most Dad's Day participation. Twice during the year the residents held skating parties and at Christmas they bought presents for three under privileged children. President of the dorm was Debbie Belcik and presiding officers were Connie Hamer-nik. Sharon Swift. Mary Morelli. Mary Sharp. Stephanie Richman and Cheryl Badgett. Bottom Row: Dorothy burns. Cheryl Marshall. Cindy Mayes. Debby Mayes. Cheryl Badgett. Randy Sanders, Mary Dahlbacka. Glenda Jenkins. Lynn Schuman. Mary Sharp. Eiaino Rudnlcki. Second Row: Robin Loltin. Pam Starr. Stephanie Richman. Patty Houtman. Dceann Daugherty. Marsha Oiborn. Judy Engwall. Debbie Salmon. Mary Moretli. Connie Mamornik. Kathy Lukowitch. Lia Osgood. Debbie Belcik. Mindy Harris. Nancy A. Brown. O. Juanita Littlefield. Third Row: ConnieCassody. Sheila Kammerer. Debb.e Hood. Carol 8ronson. Susie McCinloy. Carol McMorlry. Mariann Daly. Louise Clenney. Arlene Dawes. Boys usher at campus movies Holding all night poker games captured the interests of residents of Jordan House, and serving as ushers for campus movies kept residents fairly busy. In the autumn they worked hard to place first and become the champs in League XII Intramural Football. In addition, the residents sponsored two children for the party given by Cate Center for its annual "Hanging of the Greens" celebration. Herb Weiss led the dorm activities as president. Bottom Row; Tom Johnson, Jim Adams. Gary Bowior. Pal Lippmann. Robert Slamans. John Graham. Bruce Campbell. Carl Henderson. Alan Denny. Tom Brock. Fred Oalnas. Second Row: Will Lclhgo. Keith Brown. Jon Rootho, Chris Muggins. Mike Young. Oan Lorctt. Lowell Lawrence. Ronnie Carr. Steve Slacy. Third Row-. Herb WcitV Craig Gockc. Gary Winter. Ki m Duke. SMvc Bytcr.Cross has newspaper To begin the year Cross held a Howdy Dance in the mall between the quads. A band played for hours while the students drank cokes and ate ice cream which the council provided. Later in the year they started a newspaper. Although one issue was printed first semester. plans for second semester were to have the paper printed monthly. For Campus Chest the Center presented a Casino night, where students bought play money when they came into the game room and played at several different games. Several times during the evening gifts were auctioned to the players. Other activities included a Christmas dance and periodical parties during the year. (Upper right)Center coordinator Sherwood Washington talks over a center problem with resident advisor Robert Rosenthal. (Lower right) Residents utIHw the new pool tables put into the re-opened lounge. (Lower lett) Cross Center is equipped with ten washers and dryers (or use by the residents.K2 CD ui y x UU O 3F5 Council gives scholarships The Presidents Council met weekly in the Burton House lounge to discuss center projects and money allocations. Cross sponsored several one hundred dollar scholarships for students that were given out at the end of the year. The center participated in the opening of the Palace in Wilson Center's old cafeteria along with Wilson and Walker Center. The council was instrumental in the reopening of the lounge and the cafeteria for student use. Pool tables and other equipment were put into the lounge. It was the philosophy of the council that the residence hall was an important aspect of the student's education. CROSS CENTER PRESIDENTS COUNCIL: John Go-ng. Carla Baiccr. Sue Ann Davit. Garland Pruitt. Karen Smith. Robert Salmont. Susan Schmitt. Baker learns fioni bartender In September, a Faculty Club bartender spoke to the girls of Baker House on their "bar night". He divulged his trade secrets about mixing drinks and his information made professionals out of the girls in the dorm. During football season Steve Aycock. '71 football team captain, also came to give a talk about the wishbone offense and how it worked. He gave them an idea of what was happening on the football field m the '72 season. The dorm hosted a party for Prentice House and participated in the Cross Center activities. Baker House is one of the experimental dorms on campus which allowed an option of having meals in the cafeteria. Bottom Rom Beth Anita Barnett. Donna Undemood. Barbara Docpir . Janet Carpenter. Jan Annette Evans. Stephanie L. Manley. Second Row: Jan Meadows. Karen McGavoK. Deanah Wearner.Walker has study hall The Walker Center Council met weekly in the private dining room of Couch cafeteria. They were responsible for the opening of weight rooms on the east wing of the ninth floor and an exercise room was opened in the west wing of the tenth floor. They aided in opening the Palace in Wilson Center and sponsored bands several times during the year. (Upper righi) Kathy Cash. Jeanne U Per man, Janet Ellis an ) Stephanie Holloway utilize the equipment in the exercise room on the tenth floor ol Walker T ower's weal winy. 1Below) WAlKER PRESIDENTS COUNCIL Bottom Row; Brooke Harry, Vicki Williams. Beverley Oawson Second Row; Barbara Marcuse. Danny Anetil. John Richardson. Third Row; Chr.s Stewart. Ench Evered. Suzy Pitt. Carcn Colvcrt. JamcsZuech.O. Ann Walker. John Dussman. Nicole WfiRht. Fourth Row: Shaun Abshere. Pam Powell, Kathleen E. Johnson. Kathy Mackenzie. Pam Mitchell, Debbie Wheeler. Fifth Row: Robert Myers. Bob Colbert, Stephanie Holloway. Ralph Teehee. Stephen Hunter.K2 u z uj Council donates money to store ec Activities for Walker’s Presidents Council included several parties and a donation drive for the Norman Christmas Store. A new study hall was opened in the lounge and a peace sign was mounted atop Walker Tower during the Christmas season. The council sponsored weekly films in Dale Hall, as well as several Dads Day Activities. They combined to build a float in the "Beat Texas" parade, which won the third place award. Walker had an active student court. (Upper left) Walker Center pres dent Barbara Marcuse prevents the Center’s donation to the Norman Christmas Store to Mar Heckeodorl in the Center lor Student Development. (Lower left) Two Walker residents register a lather on DadsOay. The President’s Council provided collec and don-uts lor the lothcrs. (Lower right) Scott Bowles. Curtis Bennett and Anthony Pearson work out in the weight room m the east wing of WalkerTower.9W has open door |x licy lo Walker Tower 9 West, an honors dorm, sponsored two delegations to the Model United Nations held in February. The residents participated in intramural volleyball, football and basketball. Chess tournaments were a favorite pastime of the residents. In a move to provide for good relationships throughout the floor, they adopted an open door policy among the residents for the school year. Before the Dallas game, the residents were involved in a pre-Dallas rally to spur the Sooncrs to victory. Bottom Row: Couni Plait ol Toasty. 8111 Fisher, Jerry W„. singer. Work Lyons. Scott Smith. Second Row: Erie Alcou-loumrc. Leslie Teets, Curtis Bennett. Shaun Abshcre. Allen Lea. Allan Jenkins. Jett Co . David Lewis. Third Row; Scott Bowles. Rcbb Jones. Andy Baker. Dav d W. 8rown. Michael Glenn Davis. Larry Rogstad. Anthony Pearson. Fourth Row: Rodney S. Badecn. Larry Slcvcy. Vcrn Hughes. Michael R. Flory. Oavid W. May. Jett Hanstord. John Canavan. Ross Rar-nngton. Jim McGoodwin. Mike Nairn. Fifth Row: Gary Lee Colhns. Frank White. Stephen Roy Barnes. Paul Sheehan. Tim Shannon. John Lcvick. Mark Anderson. Steve Hillman, Rick March. Larry Knight. Alan Lounger SUth Row: John Tompkins. Dennis Eker. (Lower telt) Stan Earnhardt and Rod Badecn rel3 m the lounge. (Lower right) Bottom Row: Eric Alcoutoumre. Robert Fox. Mike Nairn Second Row; Oavid Lems. Tim Shannon. Third Row: Bill Fisher. Curtis Bennett. The boys telt that it was their duty to hold the walls up at least part ot the time.K2 % % o 71 sells candy apples 1 CC The girls of 7 East breezed through the year compiling an impressive intramural record. They participated in Walker Tower's volleyball, foot ball, and basketball tournaments. 7 East residents had several floor parties, as well as a skating party and a picnic at Lake Thunderbird. Christmas, as always, was occasion for celebration, and at Halloween residents sold candy apples to raise more than fifty dollars. Floor government for the women consisted of a committee rather than a specific slate of officers. The first semester committee included Debbie Wheeler. Pam Mitchell. Kathy Mackenzie. Kathleen Johnson, and student volunteer Judy Endicott. Bottom Row: Susan Johnson. Conn Tharp. Kathy Mac-Ken ic. Dona lagmg. Laura Mackio. G. K. Ratlcty. Katie Shoemaker. Kate Johnson Second Row: Ocbbio Wheeler. Patti Mullins. Andy Mogab. Pam Mitchell, Shar.n Joule. Judy Endicott. Students show flints to Dads This year the residents of 5 West held numerous parties, including a pre-Dallas celebration. They sponsored a Model UN delegation during the spring semester and on Dad's Day they showed films of OU football highlights as special entertainment. Bottom Row: Cynthia Kidd. Teresa Frit . Sally Swaftord. Cathy Sherry. Diana Folsom. Kim Rimpau Second Row. Jeame LuCkowski. Kayla Kennedy. Chris Jones. Debbi Kern-pa. Rjndy Cunningham Third Row: Marion Holmes. Ang«a Gatewood. Bobby Myers. Scott Rode. Scott Rogers. John Herndon. Lynn Johnson. Eileen Archer. Fourth Row-. Jim Baird. Joe Kittreil Jr.. John Rhoades. Led Powell. Mike Mitchell. Tom Arlo Kauley. John Wcger. Lisa Bonner. Kerry Maug-er. Joyce George. Dcbi Grider. Karen Zielke. Su y Pitt. Daryl Cline. Jell Jones. Terry Robinson. Stewart Itoge Fifth Row: David Raney. John D Walters Jr.. Anthony J, Musgrove. Phil Blettc. Bill Brandenberger. Jon Wclk. Sandra Dunn. Carol Grice. Paul Snodgrass. Dianna Jack. Terry Pearson. Chris Stewart. Shelley Robertson, Stephanie Jo Smith. Curt Wilson.10B decorates doors To begin the year, the girls of Walker Tower 10 East had a "get to know your neighbor" door party. The floor undertook many projects throughout the year, including a toy donation drive for an orphanage and a bimonthly newspaper. A Dads Day coffee pleased fathers during the fall, and in the spring P.1oms were treated with a Mom's Day banquet and musical show. The girls were intramural volleyball champions for Walker Tower. They took second place in softball intramurals. Parties delighted the residents as through the year they hosted Halloween and Christmas parties, as well as individual birthday parties. The girls celebrated Christmas by caroling. (Louver left) Judy F.ne utilized the study room on her lloor in Walker Tov er. (lower right) The Walker JO East mascot keeps Genre Grit-tin company os she attempts to write a letter.10W takes part in Model UN The girls of 10 West began their year by painting the lounges. They collected toys for poor children at Christmas and took part in Model United Nations. WALKER 10th FLOOR Bottom Row: Patty Cheatham. Lynn Fogle. Sue Kocrncr Second Row; Janet Ellis. Genie Grif fm. Pat Henry. Tonya Hinson. Oebb.c Browers, Patti Osborn, Judy Fine. Kathy Truitt. Lmdou. Karen Hampton. Linda Edwards Third Row: Linda Schuttr. Sarah Schopthn. Mary Ann A'quiSt Ellen Prcmack. Terry Wells. Rebecca Mirjanich. Terrie Dunbar. Jan Curry. Deborah L Hirschy. Beverly Chapman. Joan Gilmore. Rebecca Hogan Mijan Me ndcr. Mary Ellen McEwen. Jill Van Os. Fourth Row; Judy Slekls. Gate Vasce loro. Amanda Gragg. Carol Wilson. Martha Adk.ns. Dee Ann Walker. Tnsha Vaugh. Carolyn Laws. Fifth Row: Sharon Setme. Elsie Welch. Sheryl McClain. Becky Wagonseiicf. Melissa McMmn. Cheryl Nnon. Kathleen Cowan. Nicole Wright. Tomma Lou Hoke Sixth Row: Debbie Humble. Kathy Armstrong. Vicki Me'nJeth. Sara Mcrrow. Claire Engel. Connie Gadwig. Soventh Row. Mary Jo Renner. Connie Williams. Susan Blend. Jane Cundith. Stephanie Holloway. Kathy Cash. Jeanne Uberman. Cindy Rosenberg Eighth Row: Palricia Mansfield. Debra Boston. Margala Oowdy. Janet Hightill. Beverly Hankins. Susan Friend. Patricia Mchrer. Boys have mean grade of 3.5 Men’s upperclass dorm 8 West boasted a mean gradepoint average of 3.5. They placed second in intramural volleyball and participated in football, basketball, track, golf, table tennis and swimming. The guys viewed OU football highlights and skiing films. They participated m Model United Nations and Honors Council Speakers. 8ottom Row; M rk Bodenhamcr. Steve Lindsey. Bobby Bnttoin. Tom Minor. Steve Blair. Bob Massago. Second Row: Mike Lee Hayes. Walter Mautdm. Ken Milter. Randy Baker. Don Brinson. Dand Porte? Third Row: j £nch Evered. Paul Renev Jim Griffin. Kent Gilbert. Al Hong Fourth Row: Jerry L. Axtell. Ted Price. Greg Sorensen. Lourt G Hon Jr,. Larry Mitchell. James S Miliar. Steve Walden. 8ryan Dixon. Larry Hollman John Meredith.Wilson Center is home of Golden Nads 122 (Upper nght) Members o! Wilson Center Presidents Council include M.iry Jo Murphy. Cleveland Mouse. Sam Prather. Boyd House. Michel Breen. Worcester Mouse and John Harness, the center president. (Loner lett) Worcester Mouse displays the proud signoi the Golden Nads, their intramural team (Lower right) Wilson Center residents use the large yard in front o! Worcnester Mouse to practice football.( £ z 3 575 uj OS Wilson opens recreation hall Participation was a key word for Wilson Center this year. They held several conferences, including one concerning human sexuality and one on ecology conducted by Dr. Hubert Frings. Wilson engaged in such activities as an aluminum recycling project, a Worcester House Awards Assembly, and the Center’s midnight madness parties. Through the years the men of Wilson Center have compiled a winning record for their activities in intramural sports. The Palace recreation hall which was opened in the Wilson Center cafeteria was planned mainly by president John Harness. The hall has a large variety of play equipment and lounge furniture for the convenience of the students. (Upper i ight) A rest dent finds time to pi tunc between studies. (lower center) Wilson's atmosphere provided a home hfce atmosphere which facilitated studying. (lower right) Recreation was emphasized in Wilson Center Hus year and new equipment was provided tor residents.Eight accounting scholarships given As a project to expose students interested in accounting to various areas of the accounting profession, the Accounting Club presented speakers from various business firms throughout the state at its meetings. At the annual Accounting Club 8anquet. eight scholarships were awarded to outstanding accounting students. (Above) After an Accounting Club meeting member enioy a good laugh. Or. Larry Lombard. Med hat Faded. Jim Price. All Naggar. Or. Dick Houser and Richard Alltirer. (Lower right): Front Row: Robert Kelley. Mike 8d . Vicki Pitts. Carol Levings. Jame Adams. Second Row: Richard Wnght. Williams Kirkbndc. PetcTiefel. Ron Gill . Third Row: 8ob Myers. Luther Fisher. Bill Leonard. Dr. Larry Lombard. Oavid Shea. Joe Shockley. Fourth Row. David Rahkonen. Chic Feldmeyer. Le ans Burnett. Fifth Row Dr. John Klingstcdt. Oanny Payne, Mike Sowers. Steve Dixon. Or. Dick Houser.Orphans' party service project Alpha Phi Omega, the men’s service fraternity. received many honors for service to state and local communities this year. Activities sponsored by the group included an orphan’s party with Kappa Delta sorority, charity for the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association and assisting in the Peace Corps and Vista booth. Stated. Front Row: MikcGuron. Mike Goniaies Seated. Second Row: Gary Walker. Gwen Mulse. Winston Lindsay. Sam Welch. Earl Henry. Ramsey Cantrell. J.P. Millard. Standing. Third Row: Iter. TimMeno. Marry Cook, Fred Ross. Craig Stan ley. Bob Wilson. Ed Lindsay. John Petersen. Steve Bunting. Bobby Daw. Bryan Dixon. John Vang. Co host annual science day Promoting interest in the chemical engineering profession and exposing chemical engineering students to the philosphy of the industry in which they will work are functions of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering. This year, the group sent members to the annual Oklahoma Society of Professional Engineering meeting held in Stillwater. The group also co-sponsored their annual science day program. Front Row: Gordon Lcaman. Or. James Christensen Second Row: Charles Carter. Denis Marl.n. Annette Loch. Tim Whtpps. Robert Metier Third Row: Dal M.sKimms, PaulGustofson. Randy Blair Fourth Row: Rolla Oliver. Fifth Row: Larry Gammon. Carl Pomeroy.Concrete canoe sinks in race The purpose of the American Society of Civil Engineering is to promote civil engineering by technical meetings and field trips and to interest students in the activities of the national society. In the spring members constructed a bridge between the Engineering Center and Felgar Hall. In an air of festivity the club held its first annual concrete canoe race across the Duck Pond on Saturday morning before the OU-OSU football game. Unfortunately, it sank! Front Row: Wayno Barton. Frank R.nebart. Dennis Topper. Jerry Fulkerson. Clay McAlpinc Second Row: Kent Ellis. James Shachcltord. Nelson Day. Rodney Brown.ng, Rick McKinney. Third Row: T. M. Murray. Tom Frankcrt. BobNeary. Eugene 8eil. Bill Bounds. Brick Wall. Technical paper wins award Interesting students in mechanical engineering. sponsoring speakers and promoting their department are all aspects of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. One of the club's members. Bill Trout, won a cash award this year for his technical paper at a regional student conference meeting in Tulsa. The conference was made up of schools from Missouri. Arkansas. Kansas and Oklahoma. Front Row; Craig Hines. Edwin Stone. Tommy Summers. Second Row. William Kitchen. Buddy Fitzpatrick. Prabhakar Rao. John Francis.Top business majors named Serving as the national honor society of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business is Beta Gamma Sigma. Initiation into the society is the highest honor the faculty of the college of Business can award. Membership is restricted to the upper 20 per cent of graduate students. 3 per cent seniors, and 2.7 percent juniors. Front Row. Earl Sneed. James W. Mouser. James A Miliar. Marry Mills. James Wittenbach. Michael Farreo. Marvin Foir. Charles Langston. Subhash Mehra. George Orr. Second Row Robert Terrell. Barry VanZandt. Robert Ward. Nancy Basolo. Dennis Briui. Timothy Cole. Joel Cousins. Robert Fowler. John Francis. Third Row Johntc Gragg. Roger Grove. Kirk Humphreys. Osmun Lalrobe. Cynthia McCortney. linden Meyer. Terry Orndorfl. Oon Riley. Keith Roberts Fourth Row Wanda Smith. Patricia Taylor. Gary Bryant. Kerry Emrick. John Gossett. Nancy McConnell. Richard Henry. James Nethcrtoo. Glenn Jones. Robert Kelley Fifth Row Richard Kitchen, Deborah Logan. John McCarter. Jimmy McCloskoy, Forrest Frueh, Robert VanAukeo. Dennis Odom, lee Anne Wilsoo. Joe Wylie. B'nai BTith celebrates 20th The 8'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary this year on December 7. Hillel was a famous Jewish teacher during the first century and for this reason the building is dedicated to him and his teachings. The organization's purpose is to provide a "home away from home" for Jewish students, provide them with religious services, fellowship and cultural opportunities. Holding a memorial service for the eleven murdered Israeli Olympic team members and sponsoring a debate between proponents of Nixon and McGovern on the Israeli issue were a few other activities. Front Row Denis Meschmar. Samuel Suttle. Andrea Gut tv Larry Oratch. Marilyn Grossbard. Paula Kautman. Ronnie Green Second Row Cheryl Chandler. Mike Korenbiit. Ellyn Deener. Marcy Frank. Barbara Lesser. Fran Handelman Third Row Eric Alcouloumre. Harold Cullick. Gerald Plost. Rabbi Eugene Levy.Honor rol I awarded Delta Sigma Pi The Beta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organization designed to foster the study of business in universities. The organization encourages scholarship, provides social activities for its members and helps them get jobs after graduation. The chapter was awarded the honor roll of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi in 1973. Top picture: First Row — Ron Brandt. 8 ucc Bridwell. Gene Henderson. Mike Bell. Al Guadagno. Paul Lindsey. Wayne Bromley, Lewis Armstrong. Tony Arias. Chris Lindenbcrg. Dan Csar. Warren Pybas. Second Row — Ralph Dean. Grant Brown. Ray Smalling. Rick Kitchen. Carl Andrews. Dave Snyder. R ch Wright. Walt Grayson. James Nobles. Keith Orr. Ron Gill. Coke Waggoner. Gary Bonner. Garey Arnold. Jim Price Third Row — William Kutz. Dan Meyer. Gene Paris. Right picture: Certificates ore presented to guest speakers. First Row — Chns Lmdcnburg. Charles Hooper. Scott Eubanks. Coke Waggoner. Second Row — Gene Davis. Gary Arnold, Dave Snyder. Tony Arias. Ray Smalley. Dan Csar. Warren Pybas.Engineer's Club coordinates college activities The only non-honorary organization in the College of Engineering, the Engineers’ Club encourages students from all departments of the college to join. Founded in 1914. the club accomplishes its three purposes of communication, organization and participation by co-ordinating the extra-curricular activities of the college. This year the club sponsored Engineers' Week. Science Day. Open house. Technical Papers Contest, and election of engineers to Student Congress. Top picture — Front Row: John Brandt. Hung turn. Rod At I os. Linda Suib. B ll Wilson. Cheryl Beams. Gary Lake. Janie Fclske. Barry Fitzgerald. Mike Deedeyn. Andy Murray. David Ruylc. J. Hondo Dussman. Second Row: Janie Moomau. Jim Wilson. Jimmie Lee. Tom Spccht. Bert Avery. Dee Ann Morton. Dennis Genovese. Roeilen Gentry. Don Hendrick. Neva Hudi-burgh. Ed Seeman. David Murphy. Dan Skinner. Third Row. Steve Martin. Randy Arnold. Jim Mitchell. Tommie Summers. Tom Basham. Pattie McBride. Darah Bashan. Jan Bass. Annette Loch. J, Erich Evorcd. Chris Singcrman. Kerry Stanford. Kim Hatfield Fourth Row: Bob Terrell. Bruce Heath. Janet Mat-IctL Tim Hardin. Oscar Rose Junior College student guest. ORJC guest. Dan Mackey. Marilyn Remmers. Gordon Leaman. Steve Hillman. Gary Thomas. Doug Till. Rick Townsend. Fifth Row: Jill Lippotdt. Joe Stein. Bill Miflich. Oale Thompson. Ed Bcscndtclder. Robinson Clark. Mare Login. Octmar Morgan. Oeanne Morgan. Ken Adams. Sl«th Row: ORJC guest. Andrew Unverzagt.ORJC guest. Steven A Amburn, Randy Irwin. Kim Duke. Van Temple. Craig Gocko. Rick Manner. Fran Gammon. Diana Manner. Larry Gammon Seventh Row Ocm Lake. ORJC guest. ORJC guest. Allan Griggs. Oavid Walters. Chuck Turn-bull. Chester Rowland. Rusty Ama. Jett Prcwett. Ermc Carter Bottom picture — Engineers' Club officers include Bill Wilson, treasurer; Carl Pomeroy, secretary; Jim Wilson. Shamrock editor; Kerry Standtord. second vice president: Mike Derdeyn, tirst vice president and Rod Allcs. president. LKOT un hoods senior members at 'fire out’ The Loyal Knights of Old Trusty (LKOT) is a secret honorary engineering brotherhood. The principle aim is to uphold the spirit and tradition of the engineering school and to coordinate all engine school activities. Members are chosen secretly by active members to work without recognition until revealed at a "fire out" at the end of engineer’s week when old trusty is fired and senior members unhooded. Top picture: Dane Walters. Van Temple. Don Lake. Rod Aiies and M. kc Derdcyn are unhooded and revealed at "lire out." 8ottom picture: Members witness the "fire out."Engine Week: queen, banquet open house... Engineers' Week is the largest undertaking of the Engineers’ Club. During the Week's activities. engineers elect their queen for the next year and sponsor an open house which introduces students to many people in industry. Last but not least, the Engineers' Club observes the traditional St. Pat's celebration. This includes a St. Pat's Dance, an engineering banquet, election of St. Pat for the year and a large number of parties. Top picture: Showing oH the T-shirt designed especially lor the 73 Engine Week activities arc Chuck Turnbull and Neva Hudiburgh. Bottom left picture: Oand Walter sewed a Engine Week co-ordinator with Ken Ada m as one ot hi assistants. Bottom right p ture: Engine queen candidate put on her skit.tTA Cerebral Palsy Gamma Sigma Sigma is a service sorority that did more than entertain themselves with monthly meetings. The organization provided service for the university, community and nationally as well. Gamma Sigma Sigma held a Christmas party for children at Central State Hospital, sponsored food drives for the Red Cross and helped organize the cerebral palsy telethon. Members worked at setting up telephones for the project, manned telephones and went from door to door collecting money. (Top) Jan Evans. Kathy Kearney. Oiannc Brown. Caron Lyman. Leslie Stock (Right) Members Jan Evans. Caron Lyman give puppet shows tor the Cerebral Palsy Center and the Norman library.Finance Club invests $600 Learning by taking part is the objective of the OU Finance Club. The club offered its members an opportunity to gain experience in business and particularly finance this year by being active in the stock market. The club had over $600 invested in various stocks on the stock exchange. Members took part in buying, selling, and trading the shares. The club heard several speakers and visited several banks and brokerage firms. Soated: Mike Bell. Don Dale Standing: Robert Ford. Clark Jell. Barney Sommer. Lynn Pringle. David Chapman, James• Borrcn. Jim Allan. Gammas host Greek dance Based on scholarship, campus activities, and service to the Greek system. Gamma Gamma honors the outstanding 10 per cent of the members in fraternities and sororities. During the 1973 Greek Week. Gamma Gamma sponsored an all-Greek dance and party and tapped its new members. Throughout the year, members met with high school and civic leaders to promote the Greek system. The club also met during the year to discuss current problems in the system and talked to student leaders and university administrators to evaluate the Greek system's role on campus. Bottom Row. Carla Chenowolh. Mary Both Ray. Mike Joseph. levoy Ellsworth Second Row: Barbara Schwartz. John McCaleb. Jana Bachelor. Fred Gist. Third Row: Steve Trohngcr. Andy Macklin. Bob Payne.i Hispanic members provide tutoring servic Introducing activities to aid students interested in learning the Spanish language and adding to the cultural aspects ol the university are the aims of the Hispanic American Society. Club members served as tutors for Spanish I and II students every Tuesday night. The club also sponsored a student trip to Mexico each spring break and hosted receptions for Spanish-speaking lecturers who visit the campus. (Above). Front Row: Desa Lee Second Row. Or. Nick Mills. Djyr'a Enix. Ruth Oannenmaier. Mike Butler. (lower right). Discussing their upcoming tutoring session arc Ruth Dannenmaier. Mike Butler. DaynjEmx.)udo Club takes honors in championship Teaching and promoting judo as a sport is the (unction of the university Judo Club. In 1972. the group claimed top honors in the Oklahoma State Judo Championship. Hormoz Sarem. the club president, and To-shiaki Takakawa both took first place in their divisions, while Sandy Booker claimed second place in the 175 pound weight division. (Upper left), front Row; Masood Javadi. Mormo Sarem Second Row; Toshiaki Takikawa. Gordon Mobley. Deimon Harbour. Dennis Shay. 8ill Graves, Steven Parker. Morteza Parang. Pamela Season. (Lower tell). Pam Season and Toshiaki Takikawa practice a step called the' following toot sweep." (Lower right). Executing another maneuver arc Hormoz Sarem and in the a . Toshiaki Takikawa.138 ODK men of leadership Recognizing men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activites is the purpose of Omicron Delta Kappa. The organization has 121 chapters across the nation. The OU chapter was founded on May 15. 1927. Men who have shown outstanding leadership during their education at OU are eligible for membership in the organization. The club strives to inspire others to set high standards of achievement for themselves along the line of local and intercollegiate interests. (Top)CurtitGimlm. Sieve Mall. Tom Flaherty. Gordon Lea' man. Bob Payne. Wilbur Clark. Mel Clark. Fred Gut (Right t Steve Mall and Mel Clark discuss plant tor initiationIEEE hosts workshop Promoting the study of electrical engineering is the sole design of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The club sponsored several speakers this year to keep members and interested students abreast of changes in the electrical engineering field. IEEE also participated in Science Day. engineering open house and sponsored a workshop for electrical engineering students. 8ot1om Row. Andrew Murray. John Brandt. W T Cr©n n- ■011. Jam McLaughlin. Monte Jo«cv John Rhodes Second Row. Cyril Anara. Parv , Ghaiar. Finn Lee. James Paul Gr.tlm Da« d Ruyie, George Z'UO. Sam Pyeatte Third Row; John Alexander Larry Witco . Van Go dy. Rich Manner. Kent Gilbert. Charles Bruce Sale provides scholarship Scholarship, leadership and service to the university were national purposes of Mortar Board this year. The group earned out the leadership function in the fall by selecting the ten top freshmen women. As a service to the university. Mortar 8oard published a calendar of school events. The money from the sale provided a scholarship for some deserving student. Bottom Row Laura Machic Karla Hubbard. Oana Simpion Second Row Jan Bachelor. Reo ecca Kr i n e. Ca'iaCnenow.Mh Third Row; Tommie Mctcaii. Cnr.y Aubrey Fourth Rom Dana Pnill.py Wynn K»tii "t'3eh Filth Row: Janei Jan«n. 8'ake Kennedy JaneFe'reii 159Homemakers plan banquet The principle aim of Omicron Nu. national home economics honor society, is to stimulate scholarly inquiry related to improvement in home and family life. A 3.0 grade point average is required for membership. The organization hosted guest speakers and held an initiation banquet in the spring. Bottom Row: Joan Mix. Jerry Henkel. Anne Tarbcl. Dcbi Kuhlmann. Second Row: Mrs Harriet Turlongton. Marla Kail. Kathy Kike). Linda Eckel. Penny 8uttram. Sue Ellis. Marsha Hunt. Mrs. Relda Coley. Debbie W.iliams. Dcbi McDonald. Third Row: Ocbbie Prichard. Rita Vtamman. Janet Townsend. Nancy Ward. Marsha Gclwxk. Carla Chervowctb. Sally Timberlakc. Barbara Raison. Ciena Wrldermuth. Performances highlight gear Understanding dance through creative participation and performance for the public was the aim of Orchesis. honorary dance club, this year. The drive toward professionalism was enhanced by weekly dance sessions held in the Fine Arts Center. Performances in the musical "Canterbury Tales" and in Dance Tempo I and II at University Theatre highlighted the activities for the year. Bottom Row: Renee Cram. Charlotte Key. Cad Pruitt. Second Row: Danielle Glenn. Paula Warren, Marianne Lubershane.10 Tve seen both sides of the clouds' Members of the OU Parachute Club competed in various state and regional meets during the year. The organization strives to promote parachuting as a sport of competitive nature and as a recreational activity. The Club's Demonstration Team performed at fairs and air shows around the state, including the OU-Tcxas pep rally. (Top) Bottom Row. James Sandox. David Stephens. Emil Spa' dafora. Or. Homer Brown. Kenneth Trommer. Second Row. Paul Culver. David Spencer. Charles K. Brantley. Sharon Pyle. Jerry Daughcs. Donald J. Sedlacek. Third Row: Marvin Youngblood. Rick McCoy. Tom Warren. B ll Rodgers. Neal Rutledge. John Larsh. Dave Berman. (lower left) A club member lands n a held near Lindsey, (lower right) Emil Spadafora parachutes to the earth.Fe et holds peace-pipe ceremony Pe-et. an Indian word meaning "ten best.” symbolizes the top senior men's honorary society. Membership in Pe-et. the oldest organization on campus is based on leadership, scholarship, and commitment. Throughout the year. Pe-et met with university and state government officials to promote higher education and discuss university programs. They also selected the top ten freshmen men this year. The club had a bi-annual peace-pipe ceremony with its University of Missouri equivalent, the Missouri Mystic Seven, during the half-time ceremonies of the OU-MU football game to welcome the to OU. (Top) Pe-et members in pcacc-p pc formation arc Bill Wilson. Jell Johnston. Skip Stephens. M c Joseph. Rod Alies. John McCatcb. Louis brekoy. Not pictured arc Bob Payne. David Pealcr. Rower right) Pc-et setectcd ten students as outstanding Ircshmcn men They include J-rnGnllio. John Frame. Gram Billingsley. Bryan Chr . Fenton Rood. Carl Pomeroy. John Robinson. Randy Hughes. Bud Ellis. Jell CaUardStudents visit engineers The Petroleum and Geological Engineers Club aims to produce a well-rounded petroleum engineer by supplementing the "in class" curriculum with field trips, discussions, and social events. The organization held field trips to Halliburton Research Centers in Duncan and Oklahoma City this past year. Members visited with engineers on the job and toured the complexes. 8o«tom Row: Jerald Sluder. Earl Roberts. Rory Hodgson. Bill Hahne. Er»ch Evcred. Richard Dunn. Dick Nelson. Paul Tielel. Slew Atkinson Second Row: Charles Patton. Kim Hattiott. David Maikey. SteveKraker. Grant 8CfCek. Cram Cocke. Kim Ckuke. Ken Ponley. Dan Skinner Third Row: Pro . 0 E Menjie. Jimmie Lee. A W McCray. M. 8 Chr.chlow. David Murphy. All G Kadastcr, Ronald Barr. David Otamond. PLM holds spring banquet Hosting five guest speakers and holding its annual spring banquet in April were among the activities of the Petroleum Land Management Club. Objectives of the club are to (1) advance knowledge and experience of students in the PLM curriculum. (2) provide a liaison between the academic and business worlds and (3) enhance the profession of Petroleum Landman in the business world. 8ottom Row: Jim Whalon. Alan Wayne Baiscr. Thomas Hoopor. Slovo Sandlin. Terry Pargcter. James Borren. M-chaol O Shaughncssy. Paul Mundrng. Bruce Kenney Second Row: Wes Mowery. Bill Maiors. R kChectham. John lotus. Bill Reyman. Ed McCarthy. Jay Heuer. Chuck Begin. Jelfrcy Henry. Ross Brown, Bill John. Steve AldridgePLC students attend leadership seminars Toi ) 8ottom Row: M.iko McNabb. Patti Mullins, Arm Parks, Cynthia Myers. Barbara Butne-r. Carla Brittcnham, Phyllis Frost. Kathy Truitt, lee Ann Waller. Dr. Tom Brocc Second Row: Ron .Johnson. Sheila Malone, Deborah Browers. Ellen Cljrk. Karyl Dossoy, Anna Hopta. Gloria Groom. Floyd Simon. Vicki Schad Third Row: Marsha Harris. Robbie Roberts. Sue Ann Mackey. Melinda Goldsmith, Melissa Mann. Jo Lynn Patty. Amanda Gragg. Kris fhsmger. Robert Capps Fourth Row. Ted Clark. Tim McGee. Waldo McIntosh. Larry Truesdale. Mita Mmnclt.BobRemondmo. Debbie HoweM. Devon Jackson. Rcbb Jones. Fifth Rows Jacob Tsohgh Jr.. Paul Cook. George Justice. Mark Curnctt. OouR Garrett. Ron Foster. Jim McIntyre. Andy Mall. Gary Below. JimConstantikes Sixth Rows Frank Polk, Buddy Tippns, Tommy Poole. Charles Foster. King Lum. Mark LeDoux. Paul Nctson. Greg Campbell (Lower right) PLC members meet weekly with Dr. Sharp. Sheda Malono. Patti Mullins. Kathy Truitt. Dr. Paul F. Sharp. Bob Von Gunten. George Justice. Dr . Tom Brocc. President's leadership class awards were given to 60 high school students who exhibited leadership ability in their communities. Each received a scholarship and attended weekly leadership seminars conducted by OU administrators and professors.Therapists volunteer at hospital Doing volunteer work for Norman's Cerebral Palsy Center and Central State Mental Hospital were but a few of the worthwhile activities the Physical Therapy Club did this year. Organized several years before, the club was a pre-professional organization for physical .therapy majors. It acquainted members with experiences as registered physical therapists and helped them accept their responsibilities as part of an ever growing physical therapy care team. (Top) Bottom Row: Martha Young, Oonita Zmn. Pot McManigle. Koryl Austin. Joel Schcrr. Nadine Powell. Pot Hockctt. Shoron Bloke. Linda Steed. Tern Merritt. Theodore Montoya Second Row: Paula Koos. Rhonda Baldridge. Carol Henderson, Johnita Eddlcman. Debbie Hirschy. Martha Ambrose. Debbie Elders. Karen McGavock. Angelo Pethotl. Tim Wilson Third Row: Joncll Oliver. Carla Wallace. Undo Ford. Morilec Melius. Steve Kabrick. Reno Tronsue. Joe Eastman. Tim Greenwood. Italo Rossi. (Lower left) Bottom Row. Cindy Spring. Sammy Heornc. Karen Bottles. Karen Martin. Oebbic Kahmann. Sidney Block. Donna Cottrell. Dcbby Schatcr. Kristina Ediger. Second Row. Pat Henry. Lynda Leonard. Paula McPherson. Dorothy Bodme. Kyte Buchanan, Nancy Rutherford.Carolyn Dyson. Michael Cary.CherryeEdwards. Mike Moghadom. Third Row: Lew Bradshaw. John Ooblor. Bob Fribcrg. Dcbby Howell. Tom Keith. Judy Siokis. Goyle Mack. Larry Compton. (Lower right) Bill Elam ond Duane Bell, toroground. entertain a youngster with Jim Williams Th» «tC Weber, and Douglas Eagon. "The Pride of Oklahoma" the announcer stated, and looking down on the field you saw 240 students beginning to march, entertaining everyone in Owen Stadium. The Big Red March-ingBand was an impressive group of students. including many who won scholarships in their chosen field of music. The band was one of the most active groups on campus in the fall. Preparinga different show for each home game became hectic when the home games were just six days apart, but the band always managed to do the |Ob and do it well. Dallas and Nebraska were places the band enjoyed visiting to spur the Big Red team on to victory. The band drove to Dallas Saturday morning and returned after the game. The reason for the short stay in Dallas was so they could spend three days in Nebraska. The Pride of Oklahoma's final performance for the 1972-1973 season was in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl. The band knew what the Oklahoma fans wanted to hear and played a medley of songs from the musical Oklahoma. The band flew down on December 28. spent three days in the New Orleans Hilton and flew back on January 1.Sugar Bowl pinnacle of season (Top) The Pride ol Oklahoma marches in OU-Oklahoma State University halt time (Lower left, opposite page) Maybe not "76 Trombones". but they made themselves heard at the halt-time show. (lower left, center) Members march forward mitiatmg a formation. (Lower right) as Or. Thrailkill gives instructions at a chilly band practice.u PRSSA named outstanding chapter The award for outstanding student chapter in the nation was won by OU's Stewart Harral Chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America at the 1972 conference in Oetroit. The chapter was also awarded the editorship of the 1973 spring and fall editions of the national PRSSA magazine. "The Forum." This was the first time both honors had fallen simultaneously to any campus chapter. PRSSA tries to acquaint its members with the practice of public relations and helps them meet people in the PR field. (Top) Bottom Row. Terry Parsons. Stove Mall. Randy Shields. Gary Hecrwald. Second Row. Delaino Donnelley. Patricia Freeman. Mary Martin. Stony Hardcastle. Sue Hardcastle. Claude Goad. Kay Qutgg. Sid Wilson. Third Row: Susan Pena. Roger Mitchell. Dan Flick. John Shurr. Fourth Row: Paul Donnelley. Ray Scales. Bill Bergman, Bob Rosenthal. Sharon Sctme. Bob Tormcy. Jim Fienup. Robert Jencks. Mike Smith. (Right) Members admire their plaque Irom the PRSSA con-(erence this (all m Detroit. Seated: Claudia Goad. Kay Quigg. Roger Mitchell. Dan Flick Standing: Paul Oannellcy. sponsor: Betsy Ann Plank. Steve Hall. Ed Ramey. Std Wilson.Kim Chi celebrates 50th year In 1921. Rho Chi. a national honor society for pharmacy students, was established at OU. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary. Oklahoma's chapter still remains one of the most active chapters. Rho Chi emphasizes academic excellence and high professional idealsamong pharmacy students. 8ottom Ro»: Jell Craig. Cathy Brewer. Karen Poor. Sandy Hagmann. Second Row. John Butler. Tom Sumpter. Dick Grunder. Shirley Mock. Evalyn Oixon. Robert Bell SAM joins students and business world Activities for the Society for the Advancement of Management this year included hosting guest speakers from the local business community and a tour of an Oklahoma City heavy machinery plant. Aiming to provide a bridge between theoretical university training and the practical business world. SAM brings business executives and students together. Scaled: Robert Oswald. I D Bishop. Ward 8uckles. Gene Henderson. Ray Hall. Karl Hokkraft. 81II Beams Standing: Warren Pyhas. Russell Crawlord. Glen Jones. R ck Ashtord. Daniel Jaronek. Harry Cook. Virginia Matthesen. John Fclm-mg. Paul Munding. Ken Snilr. Rick Kitchen 149Keepers of the ‘Sooner Schooner' If you've ever wondered who maintained the "Sooner Schooner” you've seen run across the north end of Owen Stadium so many times, the answer is the Ruf Neks. The group not only maintained Boomer and Sooner, the Schooner's ponies, but assisted the cheerleaders during games, helped the Athletic Ocpt. and decorated the campus before homecoming. In addition, the Ruf Neks guarded the stadium before and after each game. Above: Front Row; Bill Bush. Reggie Cook. James Hood. Mark Smithen. Wes Bledsoe. David Raney. Steve Slater. Dennis Martin. Bob Vincent. Bill EthrnJge. Mike McKay. James 2uech. Willie Cloud. Second Row: Tom Watson. Phil Petta. Luke Farshad. Al Scherer. Steve Alcorn. Mike Tomlin. Keith PilUch. GwinColvcM ('72queen). Mike Hendrix. Pat Tolson. Phil Spurlm Third Row: R-ck Cotton. Mike Myers. (Loner right) '73 Queen candidates and the '72 queen are presented at pre-game. Front to back. Janie Boyles. Pat Tolson. Debbie Browers. Keith Pitlich. Nancy Chnsti ("73 queen). Joe Stapleton. Kim Flccner. Al Sherer. Ann Mockley. Mark Smithen. Rick Cotton. Gwin Colvcrt ('72 queen), Phil Spurlm,Complex dubs within a dub Clubs within a club is an adequate description for the Sooner Hobby Complex. The SHC provides facilities and is the sponsorship management for a number of hobby oriented clubs such as the Sooner Model Railroad Club, the Sooner Sports Car Club and Garage, the Sooner Photo Guild, the Sooner Slot Car Club and the Sooner Simulation Gaming. The club aims to bring national recognization to the community and to the Sooner Hobby Complex by contributing to several hobby publications. (Above) Photo club managers Ray Hell. 8 11 Brown. Keith HolfmanandGus luzzi. (Lower lelt) FredGilngan. Gary Brown and George Bldcsoc lay HO gsugc track. (lower right) Richard Markins drives his Morgan through an obstaclccourse.Students interested in pharmacy have a chance to become involved in their profession through the Sooner Pharmaceutical Association. The club helped the Department of Public Health present VD education programs this past year and members also helped with the Red Cross Blood Drive. Pharmacy Day was help last spring to acquaint high school students with the pharmaceutical profession. (Top) Bottom Row. Sandra Kees. Judy Grdder. M»chele Emery. Cindy Mart Second Row Cecil Nahv Audrey Catty. Judy Belt. Pat Schilling. Ramiro Martinez. Debby CoUharp. Mike Stephan. Third Row: Carol Enivali. Ruth McOonaid. Susan Vogetsang. 0. Martono. David Gilson. Peter Contort'. Glynn Perry. Fourth Row: J.m Davis. Ron Villasenor. DavidCarruth. Cathy Brewer. William Snider. Bill Jones Fifth Row: Stan Young. Howard Tyler. Tom B'Shop. John Sutler. John Stabaugh. Sixth Row: John Wheeiock. Lynn Crismon. Patti Bertalan. Seventh Row-. Eddio Yoestmg. Bobby Watson. Richard Way. Bill Baldwin, Steve Cherry. Rhonda Burnside. (Right) Judy Belt and Michelle Emery decorate the Pharmacy School Christmas tree. Sooner Pharmaceutical Association aids Red Goss blood drive"Beat the hell outa Texas!’ "Beat Texas" is always the cry around the beginning of fall and the group responsible for the Beat Texas rally and parade is the Sooner Rally Council. OU cheerleaders, the band. Gov. Hall. Mayor Dunn. Pres. Sharp. Athletic Director Wade Walker. Miss Norman and Miss OU participated in the parade. Floats were sponsored by Norman businessmen and built by several housing centers and fraternities and sororities. After the parade. OU skydivcrs jumped and presented Chuck Fairbanks with a good luck football. (Top) VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. First Row: levoy Ellsworth, Bob Wilson. Rick Bahner. Mik«Col«. Leon Nall. Kurt Petty. Oonaid Kelley. Not pictured.Charlie Bishop Second Row: Joyce Johnson. Georgia Bell. WynOee Wolfard. Connie Morrrs. Oiane Vaeth. Michelle Bulan. Valerie Bernhardt. Charlotte Shoate. (lower left) SOONER RALLY COUNCIL. First Row: Beth Anita Barnett. Steve Buntmg. Joyce Johnson Second Row; Jim Wad-ley. Randy Baker. Louis DickeyStudent nurses aid blood drive The Student Nurses Association is a group of student nurses on the main OU campus — who use the organization to "get a better idea of the nursing world". They keep in contact with nurses at the OU Nurses Center and also with professional faculty. During the year they hosted a tri-service meeting with recruiters of the Army, Navy and Air Force each explaining career opportunities to the group. In February, they aided with the Red Cross blood drive on campus. Front Row. Karen Foster. Debbie Odell. Dawn Richmond. Janet Cassody. Second Row Laura Jackson. Mary Maxoiner. Joan Green. Debbie Brown. Gloria Crotty. Tcrena Kring Honors top engineers Establisned at OU in 1926. Tau Beta Pi is the national scholastic engineering honor society, aiming to recognize scholarship and integrity among engineers. Eligibility for membership in the society requires prospective members to rank in the top eighth of the junior class or top fifth of the senior class in the OU Engineering College. During the spring semester, the club held its annual spring banquet and sent the president to their national convention. First Row M R Nirro. F. W. Parham. R. G. H«Uor. Douglas Raymond. Robert Schiegef. Frank R n«hart. Chip Land. Rons Oliver. Jerry Davidson Second Row Charles Patton. Franklin Appl, Linds Cassady. Stephen Dillard. David West. Chris Morgan. Khasrow Ghassemi. Third Row. J. C. Zink. Steve Blair. Mike McKinney. Robert Gimpei. Tod Wright. James Field. George Ziuo. Fourth Row: Monte Hart. James White. Fifth Row Jay Spore. Randy Blair. Jimmie Lee. Raymond Roach. Thomas Basham. Rick Mcll ng. Sixth Row John Bley. Richard Cherry. Bruce Meath. Gordon leaman. Allan GriggsDesigns featured Instead of following the traditional honor society role. Tau Sigma Delta chose to be a service fraternity in '73. To achieve this aim. the group operated a print room and used the money earned to buy audio-visual equipment and other equipment needed by students. In November. Tau Sigma Delta sponsored the annual School of Architecture open house. An exhibition of professional and student work in the field of architectural design and planning was featured. A field trip to Chicago over spring break rounded out the group's activities. Flrit Row. Mike Bower . Jame Crockett. Greg Mare. Pal Tisdale. Bill Mathe Second Row: jack Coco. Bob Price. Bruce Dams. Marc Matulicb. Oon Ruggfe . Robert Elswortby. David Had. Free films presented As part of the Student Activities Council, the OU Campus Film Series brings popular, interestingand cultural films to campus at no cost to the students. The group utilizes their funds received from UOSA to pay for the films. It also provides financial assistance to student organizations desiring to bring a film to campus for their group. During Howdy Week, the organization brought three movies which were shown in Walker Tower Mall free to students. Before every regular movie, newsreels from 1952 to the present were featured. Pat Lippman. Campus Film Sene chairman (Foreground) and Gary Rife, vice chairman, set film up for showingArmy R0FC cadet- more than a label The ROTC cadet. Who is he? Some envision a machine, a push button killer, being programmed during his college career. Some envision a patriot, loyal to the end in protecting the principles of democracy. And some envision still yet. other things He is first and foremost a man. He has the same ego and desires to achieve as any other man. He is idealistic, yet not unrealistic. He knows how to be attached to people, to be sensitive to some degree of their needs: he has a family too. He tries to lead, because he feels it is better than just following someone who is no better a leader than he is. And as a man he has something else which not only he considers crucial, but so does the military establishment — a conscience. He must follow it. or suffer for it. On the campus, the cadet is a student, too. He worries about finals as many others do. sometimes because he too realizes, at the last moment, how much goofing off he has really done. When those pressures come he feels them, no matter how much preparation has been done during the semester. As a student, he is also aware of the political scene. Although he may differ in opinion or outlookfrom other students, he nonetheless is |ust as concerned about them. Contrary to much public thought, a cadet who enters military duty does like to live: and wars have a tendency to be unbiased toward what one likes or dislikes. All these characteristics are experienced in some form or manner during the academic years. And much deeper things of life are experienced and shared with buddies, during the six-week summer camp that all cadets must attend. This is a time of training, but most importantly a time of integration. Integration of everything he has ever learned or experienced or desires to become — as a man —Wally Doran. (Upper i«lt) Colonel Raymond R, Lunger. (Upper ngnt) Thecadresecretarialsiaff include , seated Mickey Iyo. Carolyn G'lmore: standing. Cynthia Wilkinson. Sandra Staub, Connie Mitchell (Center left) The cadre commanding oncers are Capt. John A. Haddick. Capt waiiam A Holmes. Maj Forrest Hearn. Ltc Willard L Rodgers. Ltc Michael h Bean and Mai Robert Armstrong, (Lower left) Sgt. Chiton Marks. SFC Irving C. Ross. SFC Wayne L Bute and SCM Joseph 0 Bciyeamake uplhcNCO stall.(first row) CacJet Col Alvin W. Clark. Cadet Col. Geoffrey Lambert. Cadet ITC Bruce Alien. Cadet LTC Thomas Basham, (Second row) Cadet Ma j. Neil W. Acker. Cadot Maj. Charles K. Brantley. Cadet Maj. John P. Odell. Cadet Mai Thomas Ward (8elow) Juniors drill each Tuesday afternoon.(Upper lelt) William L. Berry receives his commission in spring ceremonies, and (lower right) J Michael Bartel in winter rites, as Col. Lunger administers the oaths (Lower lett) ROTC sophomores have lhe-r lirst drill ol the season (Upper right) 2nd Lt. Gary Moser and his wile V»du cut the caKc at commissioning ceremonies.(Upper right) Highlighting the Army ROTC Sweetheart Ball was the coronation ot the 1972-73 Honorary Cadet Colonel Linda Cuneo Gcollrey Lambert assisted at Jan Gottey. Honorary Cadet colonel tor the preceding year, crowned Mt. Cuneo. Ms. Cunco's escort was Bradd Bmgman. (Lower left) Honorary Cadet Colonel Linda Cuneo. (Lower center) Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Nancy Cooper. (Lower right) Honorary Lieutenant Colonel G na Mcneguwi.(Upper left) Cathy Brown and Monty Barnhill discover that one advantage of having a reception line is meeting new people. (Lower left) Sgt. MaJ. Stanley G, Bealya and Ms. Bealya enjoy an evening of dancing. (Lower right) Monty Barnhill and Rosemary Smith express themselves with the latest dance.Navy ROTC maintains freedom tradition Navy and Marine Midshipmen, using the education they receive at the University of Oklahoma, will become tomorrow's junior officers, helping maintain the nation's freedom. As students they naturally do not have all the answers, but they have mswered their country's call for service in the true Navy tradition. (Upper toll)CommandingOfficerCaptain R.J. Anderson and Executive Otliccr Lieutenant Colonel J.W. Lcdm en|Oy Hie ManneCorps' birthday cake. (Upper right) Naval Soonco Instructors arc S B. Colt Jr., freshman instructor; Maior G.L. McKay. Marine option instructor. Lcdr. T.D.B. Mono, senior instructor. Lcdr RM Uricc. junior instructor, and It, 7 A Seba. sophomore instructor (Lower center) Assistant Naval Science Instructors ore. Kneeling. GMGC 8 A Jenkins. QMCSW R. Fawcett; Standing. YNC J.C McEllresh.SKCS K. Ivy andGYSgt.G.W. Prater (Lower right) Linda Tenney. Jana iV.jo.rcr. Sharon Malone and Midshipman Captain Patsy Gabcrino(Front to Back) arc the 1972-73 Navy Queens(Lower right) Mrs. Laura Jean Murray is secretary and mainstay of the unit.Events train Air Force ROTC men Air Force ROTC orients activities outside the classroom to result in a well-rounded Air Force officer. Each cadet participates in corps activities, which include cadet field day. AFROTC Ball. Dining-In and visits to other bases. The base visits provide each cadet with an opportunity to "see for himself" Air Force operations at Tinker Air Force Base. Cannon AFB in New Mexico. Vandenburg AFB in California and many others. Each event is only the means to an end: commissioning into the U.S. Air Force. (Upper right) Candidates lor honorary cadet colonels arc Mary F ranciSCO. Martha Morgcnson. Laurie B'arcr. Jams Jacobi and Donrsc James. (Center right) Thcollicer stall ol the detachment includes, Front Row, Col. F.I Rose Jr.. Debbie Tanner. Elsie Marler. Capt. H. Stme. Standing, MSgt. H Brown, Capt. D. Holle. T$gt. B. Howell.Major W.Smith. SSgt. J.R lancy. SSgt. O.A. Mlxtcf. (Lower right) Cadet Stall members arc. Front Row. R K. Bost, J. Jacobi. F.D. Hromas. A.W. Gardentnro, S. Carr. Back Row. J. Bley. Mark Moss. T. Birkelt. R. Townsend. J. Hanhla.B. Minich.G. Trammell. (Lower lelt) Prolessor ol Aerospace Studies Col. Frank L. Rose Jr. and his wile attend the winter ball.(Above) Coded become commissioned officer} in winter ceremonies. (Lower let I) Cadets get a first-hand look during a base visit to Cannon A r Force base in New Me« co. (Lower right) Cadet Major John Wilson takes command of the spec-ai cadet corps instruction which takes place each Tuesday afternoon.Book collection tor flooded college national project Arnold Air Society is a national honorary organization under the Air Force ROTC program. It promotes leadership and officer qualities among members as well as providing support to its detachment in AFROTC activities. Each year the organization participates with Angel Flight in the selling of programs at football and basketball games. One of the mam projects of the organization was the collection of books for Wilkes Boir College which was destroyed by flood earlier this year. Tnis is a national joint project between Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society. The organization also made POW-MIA bracelets available to the campus. During the spring, members helped out with the blood drive and participated in ecology projects such as policing Highway 9 for trash. Arnold Air Society is organized under a national headquarters with several area headquarters and regions dividing the country. The OU squadron was chosen this year to host the Area G-l Headquarters. (Above) front Ron: Gus LuZi . Dennis Pierson. Rutte Woodward. Carol Tuck. Doug Graham. Cathy Boll. Tom Barnes. Sieve Pryor Second Row: Bill Mmrch. Keith Hodman. Tamry Nieteet. Steve Bar eilone. Donald Sediacek. John Bley. Tom Birkett. Scott Carr. Courtney Brown. Steve Boundv. Karen Freeland Thrrd Row Stewart Spanier. George Trammed, Paul Foster. Glen M hcaison. Bob Neary. Jay Jacobi. Roger Bradley. Tom Sumpter. Terry Bennett. Jack Blankenstvp. Mark Mott (Lower right) Dense James gives George Trammed a taste ol the candy-cane Christmas treeK2 Angel Flight sells programs Promoting the interest of the college man in the AFROTC was the main objective of the honorary organization. Angel Flight. Angel Flight functioned primarily as a service club. Selling programs at all home football games, ushering at the basketball games and helping with the campus blood drive were some of the projects of the club. Members also helped the AFROTC in its varied activities. ((Upper left) Front Row; Jeann.neKicr. Renee Bassett. Don-iSC James. Lynn Kraus, Laurie Btarcr. Cindy Snodgrass. Laura Kennedy. Anno Higgins. Betty Road. Carolyn Road Second Row: Rosemary Malone. Mary Francisco. Martha Morgcnsen. Jamo Moomau. Jan Jacobi. Kristin Miller. Jan Askins. Marilyn Murnn. Diane Allen. Oane Campbell. Third Row; Torn Lacy. Roollen Gentry. Shorn Foutr. Jane Bachelor. Marcia McKinney. Dana Hieronymus. Linda Lewis. Debbie Sell. Gayle Grillin. (Lower lelt) Waiting lor the meeting to start arc Jan Jacobi. Mary Francisco. Martha Morgonscn. Jamo Moomau. (Lower right) Mary Hcinte sells programs at the football game, one of the Angel Flight service projects.168 Named as best company in the National Society as well as in its area four-state regiment this year, the Pershing Rifles. Company H-7. chalked up another "No. 1" position for OU. Members of the organization were men who excelled in the three ROTC departments. They were either the commanders or held highly responsible positions in the cadet corps. Cadets and midshipmen were trained in the functions of a Battalion Staff and were taught Exhibition Drill, hand-to-hand combat and the missions of all the Armed Forces. They were also introduced to the various social functions of the military such as the White Rose Ball and the Spring Banquet. The company provided the bulk of the color guards and performed the flag-raising details at all home varsity and freshman football games. Pershing Rifles named ‘No. f3 «1 I -3 '»• £§VZS ? 2 o°aJ«:S? ? fIfl|" ? 0 3Sr S IIPLtll; rJiftfisi 3 ? Z, fer 3 ■ Il3!?j-3lQ s Z r 1 fi «3 7 ?3a Is?rf If? ■Sooner’75... a change The only thing traditional about Sooner ’73 is its title. Editor Jennie Buchanan and the staff began work at the beginning of fall to producea yearbook such as OU had never seen before. This meant dividing the book into two sections — one for activities and one for people — to be enclosed in a slip cover to give it the appearance of being one book. A major diversion from previous volumes was the inclusion of articles written by students interpreting the university as it was in 73. (Opposite page) Front Row: Det b c Williamson. Connie Hamermk. Katie ftultm. Maryice Trigg. Marge Stookey. Kathy Owens, Susan Gondcrs. Randy Spiamgard. Jennie Buchanan, editor. Debbie Riggs Back Row: Judy Margrave. Pat Kr.tten-brink. Jim Eddy. Gary Wightman. Frank White. Albert Btr-tridge. Ed Sexton. Tim Miller. Raul Butcher. (Upper left) Jennie Buchanan. Sooner'73editor. (Lower leltlRon Stewart, director ol student publications. (Lower center Kjthy Owens. Sooner 73 associate editor (Be'.owi Marge Stookey. graduate assistantDaily editors... one controversy per semester "One controversy per semester" — that inadvertently seemed to become the motto of this year's Oklahoma Daily editors. Controversy began during the summer session when Editor Randy Shields published an editorial advocating trial marriages. The editorial was criticized in many state newspapers, and the Daily reprinted one from the Tulsa Tribune. Editor Kay Martin and the fall staff reached a point of conflict with the OU Publications Board by deciding to run a centerfold analysis of homosexuality on campus with illustrations. Publication of the story was halted for a week, until the board ruled the story could run with some alterations and without pictures. In spring. Editor Denise Donoho took strong stands against the damming of the Glover River. and for liberal abortion laws, increased sex education in schools, and Student Association funding of the Gay Community Alliance. (Opposite page, upper lelt) Foil Oaily Stall. Front Row: Jim Kiiiackey. Ben Horry, editorial supervisor; Kay Martin, editor. Chris Cordigan. Mary Jeanne Panto. Lester 0. Crawlord. Second Row: Mary Davis. Denise Ooooho. Terry McKenna. Carolyn Capehart. Steve Webb. James Butenschoen. Ke th White. Steve Howland. Jerry Wassmger. Gail Peck. BruceCampbeil Third Row: Cathy Hobbs. Ann Storms. Donna Campbell. Maureen McCarthy. Katie Rullin. Tresa Schleet. Paul Mart. Mike Vitt. Beth Hutchens.Oon Huntington. Randy Splamgard. (Opposite page, lower lelt) Spring Daily Stall. Front Row: Steve Webb. Jerry Wassmger. Bruce Campbell. Second Row: Stan Watts. Gail Irby. Mike McKay. Scott Bowles. Jan Meadows. Maureen McCarthy. Keith White Mike Vitt Third Row: Bill Shetton. Martha Blakely. Kenneth Cross. Randy Splamgard. Denise Donoho. editor: 8en Harry, editorial supervisor; Connie Davis. Gail Peck. Janet Vitt. 8cth Hutchens. Sue Whittle. Robert Etheridge. Andy Purl. Dayna Smith. Vince langlord Fourth Row: Judy Hargrave. Jerry Molt. Steve Howtand. (Upper lelt) Kay Martin, tall editor. (lower lelt) Denise Donoho. spring editor, receives technical advice Irom Ben Harry, editorial supervisor. (lower right) Randy Shields, summer editor.Photo editors coordinate assignments Receiving daily photo assignments and distributing them to staff photographers is the job of Oklahoma Daily and Sooner 73 photo editors. For the photographers, taking a picture meant spending time in the newly constructed darkroom to rush through developing negatives. and printingand drying pictures in time for the Daily and Sooner 73 deadlines. (Upper left) Jim Ada-r. Sooner '73 photoeditor. (Upper right) James 8utecnschoen. Daily photo editor. (lower right) Stall photographers Icstcr D. Crawtord. Dave Bur ja. Paul Adams, and Creg Gaston.Student staff sells, designs, checks ads Two lull-time persons and eight part-time students were responsible for producing advertising material for the Oklahoma Daily and Sooner 73. Work consisted of contacting potential advertisers and regular buyers to set up an advertising program with them. Ad copy was then set. with art provided by student artists and photographers. It was checked and approved, then placed on the page- (Upper left) Vic Cleveland, business manager. (Upper right) Mary Helen Montgomery. assistant business manager. (Lower telt) In charge ot advertising for the Oklahoma Oaily and Sooner ■ 73 were Mary Helen Montgomery, assistant business manager; Diana Moses. Marsha Hollingsworth. Wayne Farbough. Richard Gaiiman. Mary Wimbxsh. Joyce Merida. 8arbaraCimesmith Vic Cleveland, business manager. Oenms. Donaldson (Lower right) Richard Gallman prepares the final draft ot an ad before taking it to the printing shop.Backshop crew directs printing of Daily Employees of the Journalism Press — otherwise known as the backshop crew — were charged with the technical production of the Oklahoma Daily. Working Monday through Friday, their duties consisted of setting advertising material and editorial copy, pasting up. shooting, and developing camera-ready pages, and operating and maintaining the Goss Suburbanite offset press. Sixteen students worked in several shifts, the first beginning at 2 p.m. when production of ads started. (Upper l«ft Front Row: Ruth Klemicke. Cynthia White. Lea Johnson. Vaiane Cole. Sue Whittle. Jennie Buchanan. Patricia Toliver Back Row: James Squirrel, assistant superintendent; Keith Miller, pressroom toreman: Mike Marfccy. Lynne PcrsinR. Carol Henry. Joe Damd Johnson. Chns Bush. Larry Turner. Ted Wright. Susan Gondcrs. Dana Hooper. Bob Salmon, superintendent. (Lower right) Bob Salmon, superintendent, checks tape running through the Compugraphic typesetter.Pub Board sets policy guidelines Acting as publisher of the Oklahoma Daily and Sooner 73 was the OU Publications Board. Consisting of representatives from the two publications, the Student Association, the School of Journalism, the Health Sciences Center, the President's office, the state press, and the Employee's Council, the board selected the editors of the publications and consented to staff appointments. The board began work this year under a reorganized format which allowed additional representation from within the university community. It also developed an outline of policies and procedures for Daily and Sooner 73 staff members. 5per left) Members of the OU Publication Board included, front Row. Ben Marry. Ron Stewart. Katie Ruftin. Oenrse Dono-econd Row. Oavid Smith. Jim Adair Third Row: Dr. Tom Broce. Tom McCurdy. Jennie Buchanan. Fourth Row: Robert M. let. Chairman: LU Stubler. Paul Mart. Back Row: Dr. Robert Carrell. Kirk Darling. (Lower left) The Pub Board executive council included Or. Bob Carreii. Jim Adair and Bob Ruggle . (Lower right) Representing the Oklahoma Daily. Tulsa senior Paul Mart makes a point during a Pub Board meeting as pubiications-aMarge representative Katie Rutfin. Norman senior, listens.Gov. Hall... money still big problem Oklahoma Governor David Hall again played a major role in the governance of the university during the 1972-1973 academic year. Primary concerns of the governor dealt with money — how to finance the state’s major university on a limited budget while maintaining high standards of academic excellence and opportunity. Of particular interest was the Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. Working with the State Legislature, a special committee was established to study the problems of the medical facility and offer recommendations. Establishing a firm financial basis for operating the HSC was the top priority.Regents Boards meet to plan development Established by theconstitution ot the State of Oklahoma, the State Regents for Higher Education are responsible for determining overall plans and policies for all schools in the state higher education system. Appointed by the governor and confirmed by the State Senate, members conducted monthly meetings in the State Capitol to propose budget appropriations to the State Legislature and plan future development of all institutions in the state system. Top Row. John J. Voter Jr.. chairman: Goodwin Broaddui Jr., vice chairman: Joseph W. Morris, secretary; Harry P. Conroy. assistant secretary; £.T. Dunlap, chancellor. Bottom Row Exalt English. G. Ellis Cable. Joe. F. Gary. James B. Lowe. John H. Patten. Serving as the overall governing board of OU was the OU Board of Regents. These Regents too were concerned with the status of the financially troubled Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, and worked with Gov. David Hall, the State Legislature. OU President Paul F. Sharp, and the HSC administration to correct some of the problems. In January the Regents voted to approve a $4.6 million contract to begin construction of Lloyd Noble Center, a multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena to be located at the south end of the Norman campus. For the first time in Regents' history a woman. Nancy Davies of Enid, served as president of the board. Top Row Nancy Davie , president: Jack Santee. Tom R Brett. Waller Ncusiadt. Bottom Row Huston Huffman. Dr. BoD G. Mitchell, MackBroly.Funds, HSC Dr. Sharp's top priorities Soliciting public and private funds to finance the university and reorganizing the Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City were the top priorities of the academic year for Dr. Paul F. Sharp. OU president. But funds again this year were short and had to come by. In budget hearings before the Oklahoma Legislature Dr. Sharp said OU needed at least a $2.9 million increase just to maintain its present underfunded status. But Gov. David Hall torpedoed that when he announced OU's share of the higher education budget would amount to $2.6 million. Problems at the HSC ranged from poor administration to neglect in collecting unpaid bills. Dr. Sharp worked to reorganize it to concentrate on the health care dilemma while providing an excellent environment for health care education. Vice presidents direct various OU operations Assisting the university president in administering various areas and operations were six vice presidents. Second highest in the university heirarchy. they met with the president and his executive assistant to coordinate university programs and affairs. (Opposite page. Upper lcft)OU President PautF, Sharp and Or. Tom Broce. his executive assistant. (Opposito page. Lower lettt Or. Paul F. Sharp. (Opposite page. Lower left) Or. Gene Norby. vice president for administration and finance. (Upper left) Or. Thurman White, vice president lor continuing education and public service. (Center left) John Ocan. vice president for univorsily relations. (Below) Oavid Burr, vice president for university development; Or. Leonard End. executive vice president tor Health Sciences Center allairs: Or. John R. Morns, vice president for the university community. 183Dr. McCarter resigns post as provost Responsible for all the colleges and academic units of the university, as well as the research branches such as the Archeological Survey and the Oklahoma Biological Survey, was the office of the provost. Dr. Pete Kyle McCarter, who came to OU in 1953 from the University of Mississippi, retired from his post as provost effective Jan. 1. During his 19-year tenure he had served as a professor of English, vice president, and interim president when former President J. Herbert Hollomon resigned in summer 1970. After resigning Dr. McCarter began work on redeveloping English courses. Joseph C. Ray. associate provost, was named acting provost upon Dr. McCarter's resignation. (Right): Dr. Pete Kyle McCarter, retired provost. (Below): Joseph C. Ray. acting provost.ArtsA Sciences OlPs largest allege The university's largest college, the College of Arts and Sciences, again in 1972-1973 attempted to provide its students an understanding of today's complex world. Controversy again arose early m the academic year over the college's requirement of two upper-level foreign language courses for graduation. Despite suggestions from students that foreign culture courses be substituted, the language requirement nevertheless stood. But the college did continue its provision of allowing students to plan a flexible maior. With approval of the college's Executive Committee, students were allowed to design a major and draw up a schedule of courses to meet their individual needs. (tell) Of. Jonn s. Emu. dean ol the College ol Am and Science . (Below) Of. Oavid Levy, auooate professor ol histoiy. in-st» veil an American history class in Oai« Hall Business College continues its relevanee The College ol Business Administration attempted to keep its programs relevant during the 1972-73 year. Because the business world is such a rapidly changing field, the college sought to involve students in the workings of the computer age. whilecontinuingto provide experience in traditional business theory and practice. (Upper fight) Dr Horace 8. Brown, dean ol the College ol Business Administration. (Below) Jerry Griffith works on a calculator in Adams HallTeachers product of college Providing an accredited teacher education program was one of the major goals of the College of Education. Under the direction of Dr. Robert E. Ohm. students in the college worked in a variety of progressive programs to become accustomed with the methods and psychology of teaching students from pre-school age to adulthood. Students again participated in the practice teaching program, one of the requirements for a state teacher’s certificate. (Upper led) Doing her student teaching at Central Junior High in Norman. BecXy Young assists a student in her home economics class. (Lower left) Dr. Robert E Ohm, dean of the College ol Education. (Lower right) The materials resource center in the education building provides a place for students to locate research material.Engineering... technology with social sciences Maintaining an equilibrium between scientific technology and the social sciences was the goal of the College of Engineering. Students in the college, concerned with the outside world and how they, as engineers, will work to change it technologically, began an early association with the faculty of the college. The college also provided graduating students a placement service to aid them in obtaining jobs in industry. (Upper right) Or. William R. llpthegrove. dean ol the College of Engineering. (lower right) George Zippo uses an electronic calculator for an electrical engineering assignment.Design College gears problems to student needs Training future architects and design specialists was the task confronting the College of Environmental Design. The college continued its dual-major program. which allowed students who did not know if they wanted to major in architecture to have another major to fall back on. Providing a broad liberal education in addition to specialized training, the college geared its programs to students' individual interests and needs.' (Upper lett) Murlm R ModgeM. dean ol the College ot Environmental Oes gn. (Lower lett) Ed Kemp, assistant director ot the School ot Architecture, assists Mike Price in constructing an accurate architectural model. (Lower right) Frank Oavis "ra.ses the roof to provide an overview tor one ot the models created in environmental design protects.Fine Arte improves cultural climate Aiming to improve the cultural climate of the state of Oklahoma was the College of Fine Arts. Consisting of the Schools of Art. Drama, and Music, the college provided stimulatingculture by sponsoring art exhibitions, drama and ballet productions, and concerts ranging from the symphonic to pop. The programs were designed to provide the college's students experience in producing multi-media performances as well as offer the OU and Norman communities opportunities to view performances of the visual arts. (Above) Katie Nance. Tulsa lunior. played Bunny, and Penny O'Rossrtee.Ch icage graduate student, played Bananas m the0U production ol "Houseol 8lue Leaves.” The play was the 1971 winner ol the Otxe Award (or best comedy ol the year. (Upper right) F. Donald Clark, dean ol the College ol Fine Arts (Lower) Barbara Neal. Vicki Holden. andClill Briscoe starred in OUs version ol "Canterbury Talcs."Dr. Gentile new dean of Graduate College Following a three-month search by a 10-man faculty committee. OU Regents appointed a Massachusetts botanist as dean of the Graduate College. Dr. Arthur C. Gentile, who was an associate dean of the graduate school at the University of Massachusetts. Amherst, is a New York native. He joined the UM faculty in 1956 as assistant professor of botany. At OU m 1972-73. he presided over the graduate faculty, chaired the graduate council, and headed the college’s administrative staff. Under his leadership the Graduate College continued to offer students opportunities toward achieving advanced degrees. (Upper left) Or. Arthur C. Gent.le. dean o» the Graduate College. (Lower) Tulsa graduate student Bob Bates conducts an ex-penmentin microbiology. (Lower right) Tom Harper, right, a member ol the microbiology laboratory, works with a student examining one ot the lab's guinea pigs.Liberal Studies, College of Law oiler degrees Highlight of the academic year for the College of Law was the Regents' approval of designs for the proposed OU Law Center. To be built south of campus, the center will provide continuing legal education involving institutions, seminars, and publications for practicing attorneys. It will also house classroom and administration facilities of the College of Law. Oklahoma's only state-supported legal education institution. The College of Liberal Studies continued its program of offering work leading to degrees, particularly for adult students. Through independent directed study and short but intensive residential seminars, the college provided meaningful liberal education. (Upper left) Dr. Geoffrey Marshall, left, acting assistant provost and Dr Robert Shahan. right, chairman of the philosophy department, conduci an informal drtcusvon session with Liberal Studies students at Oklahoma Center tor Continuing Education. (Upper right) Bill Giessman studies «n the law library in Monnet Mall, soon to be replaced by the new OU Law Center. (Lower center) Dr. Robert R. Wright, dean of the College of Law. (Lower right) Dr. Roy Troutt. dean of the College of Liberal Studies.Deans direct operations atHSC Directing six colleges located on the campus of the Health Sciences Center in NE Oklahoma City are the deans of allied health professions, dentistry, health, medicine, nursing, and graduate college. Interim dean of the College of Nursing was Gloria Smith. HSC deans included. (left) Or. Philip E. Smith. $c.D.. Dean ol the College ol Allied Health Professions: Or.V .W. Schottstaedt. M O.. Dean of the College of Health: (Lower left) Dr. Robert 8ird. M.D.. dean of the College of Medicine: Or. William E Brown. O.O.S- dean of the College o! Dentistry; 8e!ow) Or. John R. So Watch, assistant dean of the HSC Graduate College.Pharmacy students gain practical experience The College of Pharmacy this year attempted to bring its students as close to actual expe-rienccas possible. Traditional classroom lectures and labs were conducted, but some students worked in pharmacies in Goddard Health Center or off-campus to gain practical experience. This experience was necessary for graduating students to receive accreditation as registered pharmacists. (Above) Working together on a lab experiment are lyndell Buvh and Ray Floid. (Lower right) Or. Charlei W. Bliiiett. dean ol the College o( Pharmacy. rDr.Weber named dean of ILColIege Dr. Jerome C. Weber, assistant dean of the University College, was named acting dean of the college June 1. Dr. Weber succeeded Dr. J.R. Morris, vice president for the university community. University College is the academic division to which all undergraduates are assigned until they are admitted to the college of their maior field of study. During the academic year approximately 5.600 students were enrolled in the college, the primary purpose of which is to counsel freshmen who are undecided about a major or who have a major but are uncertain about the correct course of study. (Above) Of. Jerome C. Weber, dean ol University College. (Lett) Pat McCurtey of ft. Leavenworth. Kans.. and Dan Lot-trcii of Oklahoma City, both freshmen, measure the densities of solids and liquids In a chemistry lab in OeBarr Mall. (Lower fight) A typical freshman spends a Class period writing an in-class theme tor the basic English composition course.Association boasts 13,500 The OU Alumni Association, an organization of former OU students, boasted a mailing list of 13.500 members. Jack Ledbetter was named the new director of the association during the year. Ledbetter, who had been serving as field director, succeeded Ron McDaniel, who resigned after three years as head. Throughout the year the Association published Sooner Magazine and sports newsletters. It hosted alumni trips to away football games and the 1972 Sugar Bowl classic in New Orleans. (Above) Employee! rally around the filer containing the names ol more than 70.000 lormer student!. Top. Ido Collins Second Row: Shoron Gregory. Ivonoli Meek. Marsha Lindsey. Third Row: Martha Dodd. Willa Harrefson. Barbara Painter. (lower left) Guarding the OU motif on the field house floor arc Mike Mullally. director Jack Ledbetter and Dawd Dollarhidc. (lower right) Foreground. Jack Ledbetter. Second Row: David Dollarhidc. Mary lou Blood. Mikc Mullally. Judy Fryer. Third Row: Lena Collins. Martha Dodd. Willa Harrclson. Ivandl Meek. Fourth Row. Carolyn Thompson. Marsha Lindsey. Sharon Gregory. Barbara Painter Back Row. Betty Conditt.ILConimunity office deals with services Dealing with the personal aspects of life at the university was the University Community office, directed by Dr. John R. Morris, vice president. Because a sense of sharing with members of the community was a necessary aspect in expanding one's knowledge, the office provided a variety of services directed toward students, faculty, and staff. 8ecause it was responsible for non-academic programs and services, it continued to explore new directions for additional programs. (Lett) Carotyn Alston: Of. Harold E Ray. assistant to the vice president tor the university community; Ramona Craig. (Below) Or. John R Morn , vice president for tho university community. wrOffice offers OU students various services Services administered by the University Community office were wide and varied. Financial Aids offered three types of financial assistance to students: scholarships, loans, and part-time employment. The Center for Student Development dealt with residential and student activity programs. Confidential, professional counseling was provided students through the Counseling Center. Under the direction of Dr. Don F. Robinson. Goddard Health Center had a staff of six physicians, one psychiatrist, and other medical personnel. Sooner City Nursery and Kindergarten provided day care for children from infancy through kindergarten. (Above) Counseling Center stall included Betty Miller: Marry Murphy: Or. Oorothy Foster, director:Charles Gayner; Kent Newman: Gloria Hall; Peter Sharp: Helen Thompson; Jerry Carroll: Alan Silverman: Leah Dell Orck. (Right) Financial Aids ollicc stall included Pat Taylor: Dave Barrett, assistant director. Melba Robertson: Sharon Feerell: Sue Campbell: Margaret Hutton: Maragret Bcaird. assistant director: Jeannette Zink: Peggy Gilliam; Jacouelme Newton: Elton G. Davis, director.PEOPLES O A c If II I IIf11 o - CBSCSD aids students' daily growth Located in Walker Tower, the Center for Student Development is designed to promote an atmosphere for personal growth outside the classroom, inform students of opportunities available to them, and aid students in choosing among them wisely. The CSD staff is involved in three major areas: university residential centers: student development counseling: and activities, programs. and services. (Opposite page, left) Jack Stout. CSD director. and Anona Adair. associate director, discuss programs and services available to students. (Opposite page, upper right) Myra Sigler, assistant director tor educational services (Seated), and Mary Hcckcndorn. university community service representative (Far Right), look over some items made m extracurriculum classes with Students Reggie Harrison and Barbara Marcuse. (Opposite page, center) Sandy Kinney (Seated Behind Desk) and Joe Johnson (Standing). CSO assistant directors, discuss the tratermty and sorority systems with Lukic Dunn, program assistant, and students Cindy Pullm. Pat Lippman. and Barbara Marcuse. (Opposito page, lower right) Terry Ncwkumet. assistant director tor counseling, discusses the operations Ot the CSO counseling olhce with students Reggie Harrison. Oavc Schrage. and Amour Andrews. (Upper left) Lee Savage, coordinator ot Civil defense and special services. and LcRoy Lloyd. (Right), coordinator of married student programs, explain the "What's Happening" newsletter to student Reggie Harrison. (Lower lett) Lois Bledsoe, assistant director for residence hall programs. (Standing Right) discusses areas ol interest with stall members Bill Wclk. Sherwood Washington. Ann Blue.and Tom Basuray (Seated) (Below) international student programs arc discussed and planned by Don Mocks. (Center), director of international students, and Belinda Burton. (To His Loft), program assistant for international students and scholars activities with interested students.Stovall senes OU, Norman coinniunities One of the two accredited museums in the state. Stovall Museum of Science and History serves the university and Norman communities by sponsoring special programs and exhibits dealing with history, life, and the social sciences. During the 1972-1973 academic year the museum staff hosted receptions for two of the museum curators. Dr. G.M. Sutton, curator of orinthology. was honored at a reception after his book on the birds of Mexico was published. Dr. A.M. Gibson, curator of history, was honored after he had written "Wilderness Bonanza." Dr. Gibson was a candidate for a 1972 Pulitzer Prize. (Upper lett) Museum Director Dr J K Greer (1.) glances through Of. A M Gibson's book "Wilderness Bonanfa" at a reception tor Dr. Gibson. (Upper right) A museum attendant instructs children in the •ntricacios ot Indian lore. (Belom)Oana Simpson. Irv Thompkms. museum attendant, and Pamela Crocker prepare an ectnoit titled. “Christmas m a Sod House." ■ 'Union provides wide variety of sen ices Providing a wide variety of services to students. faculty, and staff was Oklahoma Memorial Union. Services ranged from providing meals and meeting space to cashingchecks and cutting hair. Additions to the Union mall this year included a travel service, a photo supply store, and a record and tape outlet. The Crossroad Restaurant was refurnished following a kitchen fire, and students again enjoyed the quiet spaciousness of Baird Lounge. The Ming Room again offered facilities for formal dining, and the Terrace Room and Will Rogers Cafeteria were frequented by students, especially commuters. The Union also housed offices for various OU agencies, including the Alumni Association. Media Information Office, and Office of University Relations. (Upper MOW. H. Freeland. Oklahoma Memorial Union manager and his assistant. Jackie Guthrie (Loner lelt) Crossroad employee Paul Bussell serves a drink to Pat Tolson and Kathy ft.singer (lower right) Larry Wicklme lines up a Shot in the Student union pool room.College of Arts SciencesBrown, Kimberly. 74 Miami, Florida; Brown. Linda. 75. Oklahoma City, Brown, Linda D„ 75. Oklahoma City; Brown, Mont . 74. Mc-Alcster; Brown. Shadow. 73. Lawton; Brown. Blaln T.. 73. Oklahoma City: Browning. Robert. 74. Elk Grove. Illinois: Brunsteter, Leslie. 75. Alva. Brunttoter, Liz. 74. Alva: Bryan. Patricia. 73. Tulsa: 8umpu. Mike, 75. Sulphur. Bunch. Oebi. 73. Ponca City; Bunn y. Mlk . 74. Nowata: Bunting. Steve. 74. Ponca City; Buntz. Paul. 73. Oklahoma City. Burden. Mary Ann. 73. Poteau. Burkhart. Mlk . 75. Tulsa: Burman. Steve. 74. Owasso: Burner, Steve. 75. Norman; Burris. Kathy, 73. Bartlesville; Caffey. Christy. 74, Moore; Calavan, Chandra Olan, 74. Ofcla-homa City: Callaghan. Sandra Lee. 73. Norman; Campbell, Olanne. 75. Tulsa. Campbell. Jim. 75. Munster. Indiana: Campbell. Patrick. 74. Miami; Candler. Lee, 75. M-dwest City; Carlson. Judy, 73. Tulsa; Carlyle. Rosemary. 73. Marietta: Carnet. Charles B.. 75. Pilot Rock. Oregon: Carney. Mary Ann. 74. McAlester; Carter. Sherry J„ 73. Fort Worth. Texas Cates. Susie. 75. Oklahoma City Cavanaugh, Linda. 73. Oklahoma City. Chamberlin. Mark, 73, Western Springs. Illinois: Chancier. Cheryl 75. Tulsa: Charles, Marian E.. 73.Tulsa: Chen. Betty. 73. Hong Kong; Cherry. Oavld. 73. Bartlesvii'e: Cherry. Jeffrey lim tJnnr. Chest. Dave. 75. Norman: Chiles. Debbie K„ 75. Oklahoma City; Choate, Mark. 75. Tulsa: Christy. Nancy, 75. Fort Wayne. Indiana: Chrz. Bryan. 75. Perry; Church. Scott. 75. Oklahoma City: Clark. Nancy. 74. Tulsa: Clark. Robert M.. 73. Las Animas. Colorado. Clausing. Mary. 73. Seminole: Claybaugh, Randl, 75. Tulsa: Clemons. John. 75. Midwest City: Cohen. Judy. 75. Wcwoka; Col . Michael J.. 73. Miami. Coleman. 8r nda D.. 74. Moore: Cotvert, Cwln L.. 74. Ardmore: Combs. Doug. 73. Shawnee. Conner. Susan, 74, Duncan; Conyers. Bill. 73. St. Louis. Missouri; Cook. Marie. 75. Duncan; Cook. Stasie. 74. Anadarko: Cooperman. Mike, 75. Oklahoma City. Cosby. Karen, 74. Ardmore: Costello. Jenet. 74. Oklahoma Crty: Coulter. Chris. 74. Oklahoma City. Crawford. Rayma. 75. Tulsa: Crawford. Wanda E.. 73. Tulsa: Creedon. Tim. 74. Norman: Crenshaw, Karen, 73. Midwest City Crockett. Carol. 75. Dallas. Texas: Dahlgren. Ashley, 74. Oklahoma City. Dahlgren. Robert W.. 74. Yukon: Daly. Peggy. 74, Tulsa.Damron, Charles, '75. Moore. Darnell. Nancy. '74. Clinton: Darrah. Jean. 75. Oklohoma City. Oavonport. Dana. '74.Gainesville. Texas: Davis. Denise.' 75. Cushmg. Davis. Kim, '75. Oklahoma City. Davis, Mary, '74. Tulsa: Dawson. Beverly. '74. Texhomn. Dayton. Scott.' 73. Tulsa. DeAngeto, Don. 73. Oklahoma City. Deason, Donald I.. 74. Lawton: Deck. Cheryl. 74. Enid: DeGlustl. Sherry. 75. Oklahoma City; DeWitt. Thomas W- 73. Grandvilte. Michigan: Dickey. Louis S.. 73. Chickasha: Dickson. Tom. 74. Midwest City: Dinger. Louannc. 74. Tripoli. Libya: Dixon. Bryan C.. 74. Del City Dixon, Thomas Raymond. Jr.. 74. Blackwell: Donaldson. Wilma, 75. Oklahoma City. Donlhoo. Debbie. 74. Pauls Valley. Douglas. Don C.. Jr- 75. EiRcno: Douglass. David 74. Oklahoma City: Doty. Peggy. 73. Norman Doversplkc. Terry. 73. Tulsa: Dowd. Tim. 75, Tulsa: Drain, Linda Chapin. 73. Del City Drake, Susan. 75. Oakland. Now Jersey. Dugan. Joseph Patrick, Jr- 76. Oalias. Texas; Dunagan. Joseph F.. Jr.. 73. Newcastle: Oun-can. Titus D.. 75. Tu'-sa; Dunn, Judy. 75. Oklahoma City. Dysart. Nick.73. Tipton, Eastman. Joo. 73. Ponca CUy; Eastwood. Karen. 74. M»ami; Edwards.Cherrye. 74. Graham. Texas. Edwards. John D„ 74. CordelkElledge. Patti, 74. Lawton;Etllott Paula. 75. Tulsa:Emanuel. Elaine P., 75. Oklahoma City.Engle. Frando. 74. Edmond:Engles. Chuck. 75. Ok'ahoma City. Enls. Karen. 75. Fittstown; Enlx. Dayna J. 74. Midwest City: Ensmlnger. Linda, 74. Davis Ervin. Jimmie E-. 74. Potcau: Erwin. Frank M„ 73. Tulsa; Eskridge. James B.. 73. Oklahoma City. Esparia. Barnabas. 74. Oklahoma City: Evans, Barbara. 75. Mountain View, Evans. Evan Glenn III. 73. Canal Zone. Balboa: Evatt. Dan A,. 74. Wayne: Faler. Nancy. 75. Wellington. Kansas: Farha. Jan. 75. Oklahoma City. Farley. Jackie, 75. Tipton: Farrant. Joe. 73. Enid, Farrar. George. 73. Roosevelt: Farrell. Lisa A- 75. Oklahoma City; Farris. Jack C.. 73. Midwest Cily; Faulkner. Linda. 75. Oklahoma City. Felton. Susan.' 75. Oklahoma City; Fentem. Janls. 73. Oklahoma City; Fcrbcr. Carolyn. 74. Midwest City. Ferguson, Jeremy. 73. Maida. North Dakota: Ferrell. Jano. 73. Mid-west City; Fldlor, John Alan. 74. Oklahoma City. Field. Alan. 73. Scottsdale. Ariiona; Field. Bud. '75. Pauls Valley; Fielder, Slovo, 75. Muskogee: Flaherty. Jay. 75. Bridgcville. Pennsylvania; Flanagan. Kathy, 74. Greene. New York; Flcenor. Kim, 74. Norman. Foiks. Jayne. 75. Hobart: Fong. Wal-chee. 73. Hong Kong. Foote. Deane C.. 73. Elmhurst. Illinois: Foreman. Gordon. 74. Tuba: Forcsman. Bril. 73. Tulsa: Frame. John. 75. Tulsa; Francisco, Mary. 74. Hinton; Frantx. Judy. 74. Enid: Fraser. Tom. 73. Lawton.Frantley, Marcia, 74. Norman; Frizzell. Rutted, 73. Alexandria. Virginia; Fuhrman. Paul . 73. Oklahoma City; Fuller. Lauren. 74. Norman; Fundorburk, Anne. 73. Oklahoma City; Furman. Date. 76, Bethesda. Maryland: Gaode. Steve, 75. BaitIMville;Galegar. Jeannlne. 74. Ada. Callamoler. Nanel. 75. Tulsa: Garlt. Bill. 75. Wctumka: Garrett. Marthall, 74, Boise City; Gawey. Stephen. 73. Tulta: Gay. Edd. 74. Ponca City: Gelt, Peggy, 73. Oklahoma City: Gelnlek. Martha. 73. Tulsa: Gholiton. Kathleen. 74. Cushmg. Gibbon. Rick. 75. Tulsa: Gill. Dane E.. 73. Midnest City; GlllUrd. Patti. 75. Tulsa: Gimlin, Curtis. 73. Tulsa: Gltt. Fred. 73. Houston. Texas: Glatt. Michael L.. 74. Holdcnville: Clatter. Melalnle, 75. Enid: Gtovor. David. 75. Guymon. Godfrey. Gina 8., 75. Madid; Goldenberg. Judy. 75. Stillwater: Gondert. Sutan. 73. Midwest City; Goodman. Eileen. 73, Norman: Graham. Judy E.. 76. Dallas. Texas: Craves, Paul. 73. Catoosa: Crayblll. Martha. 75. Ardmore: Grayblll. Todd. 75. Lawton. Greavet. Rod. 75. Chickashn: Green. Me it-ta. 74. Dallas. Texas: Greenberg, lisa. 74, Wichita. Kansas. Griffin. Gayle. 74. Guthrie; Grime . Bobby R.. 75. Anchorage. Alaska: Grime . Ron, 74. Oklahoma City; Grlttom. Nancy. 75. Ardmore; Griswold. Allnda. 74. fulsa. Grot . Marjorie. 75. Oklahoma City: Guffey. Annlt, 73. Oklahoma City: Gunning. Mary Joan. 74, Norman; Guthrie, Gary W., 74. Oklahoma City. Hafeiiand. Lydia, 75. Altus: Hall. Christine, 75. Lawton: Hall. Judy K.. 74. Hoav-ner; Hall. Steve. 73. Oklahoma City. Halter. Lorah. 74. Oklahoma City; Hamblet. Warren. 73. North Dartmouth. Massachusetts. Hamilton. Richard Michael. 73. Enid: Hammett. Barbara, 75. Norman: Hammond, Marilyn. 75. Tulsa: Hamra, Judith I.. 75. Law-ton; Hannlfan, Brooke. 74. Oklahoma City; Harner. Joan, 75. MdwcstCity. Harrlt, Anne Dee. 75. Jackson. Mississippi: Harrlt. Bill. 75. Oklahoma City: Harrlt. Liz. 73. Norman; Hart. Paul. 73. Tulsa: Hatbrook. David. 75. Lawton: Haskett. Wallace. 73. Holden-vllic: Hathorn. Julie Anno. 75. Wichita Falls. Texas: Hathorn. Kathy. 73. Wichita Falls. Texas. Haymond, Phytllt. 73. Shawnee: Heard. Ann. 75. Dallas. Texas: Hearne. Sammy. 74. Mitchell. South Dakota: Heath. Janet, 75. Tutsa: Hedln, John A.. 73. Arlcsia. New Mexico; Heerwald. Gary. 73. Clinton; Henderson. Diana R.. 73. Lawton: Henloy. Bill. 74. Lawton.Henry. Patricia. '74. Oklahoma City: Herkimer. Marilyn. '74. Dallas. Texas: Herndon. Mery. 73. Tulsa: Henri Craig. 75. Tulsa: Hestelgron, Christopher L.. 75. Oklahoma City. Hester. Jana. 74. Norman: Hicks. David. 73. Norman; Hieronymus. Dana, '74. Woodward; Hill. David.'75. Tulsa. Hill. Randall. 74. Wewofco: Hlx, Elizabeth Joan. '73. Tulsa: Hodges, Debra Jan. '75. Travis AF8. California: Hodges. Jancy, 75.Oklahoma City; Hoehn, Diane. 73. Enid: Holbrook. Mindy. 75. Oklahoma City. Holden. Oenlse, 75. Duncan; Holljnd. Betsy, '74, Midwest City. Hollingsworth. Marsha. '73. Albuquerque New Mexico. Hollowed. Donna. '74, BoscCity. Holman. Jon. 75. Alius: Holman. Patti. 74. Oklahoma City. Hoppe. Chris. 74. Denver. Colorado: Howell. Juanita. 75. Salina: Hudiburgh. Neva. '74. Norman: Huerta. Ellazar, '73. Tulsa: Hughes. Tom. 73. Sapulpa; Hurst. Rate, '73. Seminole. Huston, Glnny. '75. Houston. Texas: Hutchens, Beth. 74, Shawnee; llloman. John. '75. Tulsa: Intemann. Joo, '73.Council Blulls. Iowa: Jacks. Kay. '73. Cookson; Jackton. Donna. '75. Tulsa: Jackson. Marion, '73. ElRono: Jacobi, Jay Phillip. '73. Oklahoma City. James. David. 73.Norman. James. Denise. 74. Wagoner. James. Robert Mike, 75. Seminole: Jameson. Houston, 73. Tulsa: Jean, Jim. '74. Wagoner; Jenkins. Randall. 73. Anadarko; Jenneman, Gary. 75. Cen-tralia. Illinois: Jennings. Karen. 75. Edmond; Johnson. Aleta Jo. 73. Tulsa Johnson. Betty. 73. Amarillo. Toxas. Johnson. David James. 73. Oaremorc: Johnson, Debbie. 74. Dallas. Texas: Johnson. Pete. '74. Lawton; Johnson. Robert. 75. Newkirk: Johnston. Jeff, 73. Seminole: Joiner, Paul. 75. Dallas. Texas: Jones. Gary Allen, 74 Enid: Jones. Marta. 74. Edmond. Jones. Sheri Ann Paradise. 73. Tahtequah. Kearney. Katherlno Ann. 73. Oklahoma City; Keener. Jeffrey, '75. Tulsa: Keener. Parke 8rlen, '73. Mjnnlord: Kelley. Jerry, '74. Okla-homo City. Keltner. Randy. '73. Oklahoma City; Kennedy. Blako. 73. Pawhuska; Kennody. Laur-a. 75. Pawhuska: Kent. Mark. '73. Norman; Kernok. Kathy. 74. HOtdenvIllo. Kessler. Marcia. '73. EvansviMe. Indiana; Khourie. Bill. 73. Elk City: Kler, Jeannlne.73. Bartlesville: King. Randall Kenneth. '74. Tulsa: Kinney. Wayne. 73. Duncan: Kirby, Tom. 73. Anthony. Kansas: Kitchens. Marca. 75. Okla homa City; Klein. Tom. 75. Lawton: Knoale. Stove, 74. Da'ias. Texas. Knight. Steve,'74. Oklahoma City. Knox. James. 73. Dallas. Texas: Knutz. Stovo, 75. Ewa Beach. Hawaii: Kotarskl. Neal. 74. Pon-co City: Kreigor. Karen, 75. Oklahoma City: Krlttonbrink, Patrick. 73, Kinglishcr: Kruck, Christine Atkins. 73. Mobile. Alabama: Kruck. Michael Roy III. 73. New Lenox, i llmois. Kuhlmann. Oebi. 73. South Lake Tahoe, California. Kuhn. Kevin. 74. M-.dwest City: Kul». Gary. '73. Pryor. Kupper. Kiren. 75. Overland Park. Kansas: lacy. Terri. 75. Bartlesville: Lambert. Ricci. 73. Midwest City. Landgeth. Marilyn Lanell. 73. Oklahoma City: Langley, Ann. 74. Stilweil. Langley. Catherine Elitabeth. 73. Moore. Larimore. Alan. 74. Oklahoma City: laughlin. Jo Ann. 73. Miami; lawhon. Larry Lloyd. 73. Shawnee; Lawrence. Pam $.. 73. Chickasha; Lawton. Alfreda, 74. Tulsa: Lawton. Jamet, 73. Tulsa: Layter. Kathy, 74. San Bruno. California: Leach. Melinda. 73. Catossa. lee. Oetlann. 73. Mid-west City: Lee. Kritti. 75. Sioux City. Iowa. Lee. Robert. 73. Richmond. Virginia: Lehman, Michaol. 73. Lubbock. Texas; Lelchner. Cayl. 74. Dallas. Texas: Leonard. Lynda, 74. Wagoner. Levin. Nancy. 75. Sioux City. Iowa Levy. II . 74. Birmingham. Alabama. Lewlt. Bill. 74. Norman. Lewis, Stephen. 73. Tulsa; Lleurance. Linda. 73. Euless. Texas: Lievtay, Debra. 74. Oklahoma City. Lllley. Kathleen. 73. Oklahoma Oty: linn. Chrit. 74. Dallas. Texas: Upinskl. Linda. 74. Oklahoma City. Uppert. Barbie. 74. Oklahoma City lofare. Mary Elizabeth. '73. North Tarry-town. New York: loflin, Mike. 75. Oklahoma City. Logan. Bill. 75. Bartlesville. Lohr. Nelson, 73. Tulsa: Long. Bob. 74. Ardmore Long. Steve. 75. Cforemore: Longley. Rost, 74. Altus: Loscy, Jeanette, 74. Tulsa. Loy. Tom 74. Oklahoma City: Lucat. Gayle. 74. Oklahoma City; Madison. Stephen. 74 Clinton: Mahon . Oavid. 73, Hobart; Malone. Rosemary. 74. Madrid. Spain: Malone. Sharon. 73. Oklahoma City; Manning. Michel . 75. OklahomaCity: Marks, Joann . 74. Tulsa. Marmorstrin. Vicki, 74. Miami Beach. Florida. Marriott. Anita, '74. Norman; Marrs, Lu Ann. '75. Norman: Martin. Penny.'73. Woodward. May. David. 75. Norman. May s. Melinda. 75. Richardson. Texas; Meredith, John, '74. Olney. Texas: Merhib. Lorraine. 75. Midwest City. Merrell. Gary. '75. Bartlesville: Mettry. Mark. 75. Wynncwood; Middleton. Brad. 75. Holden. vilie: Milbourn. Martha. 74. fairland: Miller. David. 75. Norman Miller. David S-. 73. Norman: Miller. Elizabeth. '74. Pittsfield. Massachusetts; Miller. Kristin. 75. Port Aransas. Texas. Milter. Pat. 75. Dallas Texas Miller. Susie. 74. Shattuck: Miller, Tim. 75. Houston. Texas; Million. Ted. 75. Norman: Millspaugh, Clark. 75. Tulsa: Milne. Linda, 73. Oklahoma City. Milner. Marian. 75. Altus: Mllroy. Rusty. 74. Okmulgee.Peck. Terry Michael, 74. Enid: Pederson. Lee. 75. Midwest City; Penn. Michael. '74. Wagoner: Perry. JanH. '73. Tulsa; Portofsky. Gail. '73. Tulsa; Poters, Andrew. '73. Stillwater: Peter . Kathyc. '74. Garber: Peter . Mary. 75. Rose. Petta, Phi, 73. Tuba: Petree. Ray, '74. Beaumont. Texas: Phillip . Dana. '73. Madill: Phillip . Virginia. '74. En.d: Pickhardt Carolyn. '74. Tulsa; Pierce, Chrit. "75. Oklahoma City: Pllllch. Kolth. 75. Hamburg. New York; Plnjker, Susan. 74. Shawnee. Piper. Sharon. 73. Waynoka: Pippin. Tra. 74. Oklahoma City. Pitt . Larry. 74. Midwest City. Plunkett. 8onnle. 73. Tulsa: Poorman, Jill. 75. New Orleans. Louisiana: Porter. Stove. 75, Ponca City. Potter, Terrye. 73. Boise City; Pott . Nanetto. 75. Okmulgee. Prater.Sujan. 75. Pryor: Prlbyl. Sally. 75. Tulsa; Proutt. Jean. 74. Muskogee: Pullln. Gary. 74. Mined: Pyeatt Bill, 73. Pauls Valley; Radford. Donna. 74. Moore. Rahitl. Steve. 73. Oklahoma City: Rainer. Mark. 74. Lawton. Randall. Chris. 74. Springfield. Missouri; Rawlings, Surf, 74. Oklahoma City. Ray. John. 74, Aitus; Ray. Mary Beth. 73. Oklahoma City; Read. Betty Ellen. 75. Roswell. New Mexico: Read. Carolyn. 74. Roswell. New Mexico: Rector. H.M.. 74. Enid. Redwlne. Gary. 73. Hugo. Reed. Margaret. 73. Oklahoma City: Reitz. Craig. 75.Cherokee. Rhoade . Sam. 73. Tulsa: Rice. Ruth. 75. Oklahoma City. Richard. James, 75. Lawton: Richardson. Oave, 74. Norman: Richmond. Kris. 74. North Aurora. Illinois: Rlggaii. Jim, 73. Oklahoma City. Rlgg . Dobble. 75. Tulsa: Riggs. Margaret 75. Tampa. Florida; Rlney, Mlko, 75. Bartlesville. Riney. Sandra. 73. Rockford. Illinois: Rlney. Tom. 73. Bartlesville: Rlngwald. Judy. 74. Oklahoma City; Roach. William. ■ 73. Ponca City: Robbins. Jacquelyn. 74. Tulsa. Robert . Kaylon. 74. Prague: Robert on. Shannon, 75. Oklahoma City. Robinson. Mark. 73. Vienna. Virginia: Robinson, Michael, 74. Chlckasna: Robison. Mary, 73. Oklahoma City: Robison. Paula, 74. San Gabriel. California: Rode. Clifford, 73. Morton Grove. Illinois: Rohrbaugh. Jane. 73. Norman. Rolen. John. 75. Tulsa; Romano, Regina. 74. Oklahoma City. Ross. Bob, 74. Lawton: Rounce, Shelley. 75. St. Louis. Missouri; Rudder. Trisha. 74. Lawton; Ruffin. Katie. 73. Norman: Rutherford. Nancy. 73. Oklahoma City; Rutter. David Bruce. 74. Woodmerc. New York.Saffa, Charlene. 74. Lawton; Sams, Natalie. '74. Muskogee: Sanger, lee. 73. Oklahoma City: Sanglrardr. Angle, 74. Brooklyn. New York: Sasso.Abraham. 73. Nassau. Bahamas: Saulmon. 8ud. 73. Ponca City. Schafer. Debby. 75. Oklahoma City: Sehalflcr, Susan. 73. Wo-tonga: Scheffer. Nicole. 73. Norman. Scherr. Carla. 74. Wichita. Kansas: Schllb. Carolyn, 73. Oklahoma City: Schneider. Cary, 74. Santa Fe. Now Mexico: Schreiner. Henry. .Jr.. 74. Midland. Toxas: Schroeder. Shirley, 73. Enid: Schulte. Ann. 73. ElRcno; Schulre. Sally. 74. Dallas. Texas: Schumachor. Steve. 73. Houston. Teas: Schwartz. Barbara. 73. Houston. Texas. Searfe.Carol. 74.Miami:Self,Deborah. 75. Oklahoma City. Semtner. Barney.'73. Oklahoma City: Shanbour. Crog. 75. Oklatsoma City: Shanks. Nancy. 75. Enid: Sharp, Cindy. 75. Paris. Texas; Sharrock. Joann. 75. Ponca City: Shaw, lewfs. 73. Madill: Shay. Fred. 75. Norman, SheNer. Jane. 75. Tulsa: Shelby. Mike. 75. Chickasha: Shelton. Jerry. 75. Lawton; Shepherd. Lincoln. 75. Tutsa; Sherry. Debbie. 74. Grand Blanc. Michigan: Shlffer, Evelyn. 75. Ardmore. Shilling. Clifford. 73. Ponca City; Short. Susan. 75. Oklahoma City. Shotwell. Karen, 73. Oklahoma City Simmons. Susan, 75. Ardmore; Simons, Linda. 74. Ardmore: Simpson. Dana. 73. Midwest City; Slomaker. Richard West III. 73. Tulsa: Smith. Curt. 73. Oklahoma City. Smith. David Allan, 73. lawton; Smith. Nancy. 75. Wichita. Kansas. Smith. Sharon Elaine. 73. Tulsa: Sneed. Susan, 74, Lawton Snodgrass. Cindy. 75. Ardmore; Spring. Cynthia, 73. Ardmore: Spurlin. George PhU, 73. Plano. Texas: Stahl. OebMe. 75. Tulsa; Stallcup. Katie. 73. Tulsa: Stapleton. Mkhale. 74. Lawton: Stehr. Susan. 75. Cleveland: Stephens. Skip. 73. Duncan: Stephenson. Mike. 73. Hobart. Sterling. Robert. 73. Little Rock. Arkansas: Stevenson. Kathleen. 73. Pryor; Steves. Chris, 75. Oklahoma City; Stevos. Karen. 73. Oklahoma City; Stewart. Jan. 75. Enid. Stewart. Jeff. 75. Oklahoma City: Stewart. Jennifer. 73. Oal'as. Texas: Stewart.Mike. 75. Midland. Texas: Stewart. Patti. 75. Oklahoma City. Stawart. Robert, 75. Tulsa: Sttte . Steve. 74 Stillwater; Storseth. Nancy, 74. Houston, Texas: Slots. Stella. 73. Fort Worth. Texas; Stover, Robert. 73. Midland. Texas: Strandlie. Janls. 75. Stoughton. Wisconsin; Stromberg. Mary Peck. 74, Ardmore. Stroud. Mike. 73. Cush mg: Stuckey. Ronald. 73. Pauls Valley. Sulb. Linda. 74. Houston. Texas: Sullivan. Cary Patrick. 74. Norman: Suttcrfteld. Cheryl. 74. Norman; Sutton. Jim. 74. Midwest City: Swade, Roberta. 74. Leawood. Kansas Swenson. Katie. 75. Tulsa; Swenson. Paul. 74. Sioux City. Iowa: Swirczynskl, Rayge. 73. Oklahoma City. Tackett. Bruce. 75, Tutsa.Talklngton, Patti, 75. Vcf(Jen. Taylor. Patty. 73. Oklahoma City: Taylor. Robert. Jr.. 75. Norman: Tefertilltr. Ann. 73. Altut: Thacker, Jackie, 75. Tulsa; Thomas, Scott, 74, Lake Forest. Illinois: Thompson. James Daryl. 75. Mobile. Alabama: Thornburg, Sutan. 75. Norman. Thorpe. Steve. 74. Tulsa: Titdal. Carey. 73. Elk City: Tltdal. Paul, 75. Clinton. Tonnsend. Jean, 75. Frederick: Trcbbl. Raymond. 73. Hawthorne. New Jersey. Tribbey. Michael. 73. Ada; TrolHnger, Steve. 73. Amarillo. Texas: Trot per. Katy. 74. Oklahoma City. Turner. John, 74. Miami; Tyler. Ronald. 74. Purcell. Uberman. Joan. 74, Fort Worth. Texas: Van Hoote. Lawrence. 75. Bethany: Vattllakoi. Dean. 73. Whitestone. New York: Vaughan. Sheila. 74. Ocl City: Vaughan. Sue. 73.Soin-saw: Vaughn. Doug. 75, Broken Arrow. Vdth.Cene. 73. Vin.ta: Veith. Jackquelyn. 73. Guthrie. Vick. Mike. 75. Norman: Wadley. James. 73. McAlcster; Wages. Toresa. 73. Tulsa: Walker. JoAnn, 74. Oallas. Texas: Walker, Kathleen. 73. Tuho: Wallace. Ann. 75. Miami. Wallace. Carla. 75. EIReno; Wallace. Patricia, 73. Wagoner: Wallt. James. 73. Norman: Walls. Thomas. 73. Oklahoma City: Ward. Thomas. Jr.. II. 73. Bartlesville; Warren. Amy. 74, Oklahoma City. Warren. Judy. 73. Oklahoma City: Watson. Erlna Pynaert, 73. Hermo-sa Beach. Ca'iforma, Watson. Gary. 74.Oklahoma City: Wauahdooah. Mark. 75. Lawton; Weber. Randal. 74, Tulsa: Weinstein. April, 75. Birmingham. Alabama: Welslger. Jean. 75. Oklahoma City: Wellman. Peggy. 73. Tulsa. Wolls. Karen. 73. Sapulpa; White. Kevin. 75.Oallas. Texas. White. Larry. 75. Oklahoma City: Whltoman. Don. 73. Del City. Whitney. Joanna. 74, Tutsa: Whitten. MHsy, 75. Duncan: Whittle. Sue, 75. Oklahoma City. Wilbur. Faye. 74. EIReno: Wlldermuth. Glena Gray. 73. V.nita: Wllkerson. Gary. 73. Houston. Texas. Wllkerson, Kenny, 73. Apache: Wilkes. Vickie. 74. Oklahoma City. Wilkins. Charles. 73. Norman; Wilkins, Rebecca Sue, 73. Norman: Williams, Debblo, 73. Tulsa: Williams. Douglas. 75. Midwest City: Williams. Frank, 75. Duncan: Williams. James. 74. Pauls Valley. Williams. Jon. 73. Claromore. Williams. Michael. 73. Dallas. Texas: WWIamson. Deborah, 75. Bixby; WilKs, Randy. 74. Shawnee. Wilson, lynnette. 73. Altus: Wilson, Robert. 74. Miami; Winchester. Jim. 74. Clinton; Winget. James E. 111. 73. SayreWlnt. Kip A.. '74. EIReno; Wlthlngton. Marty. •73. Tulsa: Witt. David. 74. Bartlesville; Wold. Shawn, 73. Topeka. Kansas: Wollo. Amy. 73. Shawnee. Wolford. Wyndee. 74, Norman; Wolfion. Frank. 73. Prairie Village. Kansas: Womblo. Bob. 73. Oklahoma City; Wood. Janet. 73. Tulsa. Woodward. Russell. 75. Oklahoma City: Woody. Chorri. 75. Emd: Wooten. Karol. 74. Los Alamos. New Mexico; Woska. Dan. 74. Oal-las. Texas: Wylie. Kathy, 75. Henderson, Texos: Yarberry, Jeanne. 75. Oklahoma City. Yarmoskl, Cathy Jo, 75. ChicaRO. Illinois: Zabawa. Leon. 74. Midwest City: Zeflmer, George. 73. McAlester. College of Business Administration Abihider. Darlene. 73. El Paso. Texas; Acree. Terry. 75. Tulsa; Adair, Jim. 75. Norman Adams. James. 73. Norman: Adams. John. 73. BdSeviilo. Illinois; Agee. Steve. 75. Wichita. Kansas: Allan. James. Tulsa. Allen. David, 74. Oklahoma City; Allen. James Michael. 75. Oklahoma City. Ambum, Thomas, 73. Tulsa Andrews. Cart. 73. Morton Grove. Illinois: Arnold. Gary. 73. Pryor: Ashwood, Tom. 75. Muskogee; Attaway. Dick, 75. Tulsa: Axelrod. Dwight, 73. BorRcr. Texas: Baker. Bob. 75. Tulsa: Baldwin. Gary. 74. Tulsa; Bangs. John, 73. Dallas. Texas Banta, Jim, 75. Lawton. Baptist. Richard. 74. Shawnee: Barnett, Cathy. 74. Tulsa; Barnhard. William. 73. Bradenton. Florida; Baron. Stephen. 73. Short M ils. New Jersey; Barth el. Roger. 74. Ponca City: Bate . Bob. 75. Chickasha. Baumcrt. Charlos. 75. McAlester; Baxter, Robert. 74. Woodward Beams. 8ond. 75. Dallas. Texas: Begin. Chuck. 74. Tulsa. Bennett. Jamas. 73. Hcatd-ton: Berlin. Larry. 73. Oallas. Texas Bickford. Bruce. 75. Blackwell: Bingham. Bradd. 73. Sapuipa; Bishop. Andy. 75. Seminole; Black. Gary. 74, Altus: Blackman, Bruce. 73. Tulsa. Boatright. Ed. 75. Vinita: Bolt. Allen. 73. Bartlesv. :e: 8olton. Gary, 73. Tu sa; Bonner. Bill. 75. Tulsa: Bon nett e. Keith, 74. Alexandria. Louisiana: Borren. James. 73. Frarier. Michi- Kn: Boughan. Baxtar. 74. Fo.rvicw: Boyles. y. 73. Oklahoma City: Bramlett. Bobby. 74. Ardmore. Brandon. Gary, 75. Tulsa: Brandt. Ronald, 73. Jackson. Michigan; Briscoe.Clark. 73. Schencctedy. New York: Britain. Richard. 75. Waco. Texas: Bromley, Wayne. 73. Homcwcod. Illinois: Brown. Grant 73. Oklahoma City: Brown. Lee Courtney. 73. Norman; Brown. Van. 74. Midland. Texas: Buckholts. Buck, 75. Duncan.Burja. David, 76. Tulsa. Burke, Byron. 74. Tulsa; Burkett. Jim. 75. Oklahoma City; Burnett, louls. 73. Norman: Butcher. Paul. 75. Stillwater. Butterfield. Cary. 74. lake Forest, Illinois; Byrne. Kathy. 73. Greenville. Texas: Callaghan. Francis. 73. Ourant. Calonkey. Steve. 74. Norman. Campbell. Bob. 73. Duncan. Campbell. Michael. 75. Dallas. Texas: Campo. Nicholas. 74 Park R«dge. Illinois; Canepa. Christopher. 73. St. louts. Missouri. Canfield. Thomas. 75. Norman. Carlson. Roger. 74, Oklahoma City. Carter. Randy. 74. Ouncan. Cermak. Ernest. Jr., 74. Oklahoma City. Chandler, Albert, 73. Oklahoma City. Cheatham. Richard. 73.C-i'fiary. Alberta.Canada: Chesnut. Chuck. 74. Miami; Chess. Gregg. 73. Norman; Chisholm. James, 73. Mokena. Illinois; Chitwood. John. 75, Tulsa: Churchill. Randy. 73. Tinley Park. Illinois. Claunch. Tony. 75. Oklahoma City: Claybon. John. 73. Tulsa: Cleary. Don. 74. Tulsa: Click. Larry. 74. So pul pa: Clinton. Rick, 75. Wichita. Kansas: Cluck. Tim. 74. Midwest City. Coldlron. Brent, 73. Oklahoma City; Collins. Carolyn. 75. Oklahoma City Compton. Lee. 73. Sallisaw. Conner. Alan. 75. Duncan; Cook. Bill, 74. Duncan: Cook. Hal. 75. Oklahoma City: Cook. James. 75. Ofcia homa City; Cook. Max. 75. Lawton: Cook. Michael. 74. Anadarko: Cordray, Allen. 73. Moore. Couch. Ricky. 75. Ardmore: Cox. Bridge. 74. Amarillo. Texas: Creel. William Hunt II. 75. Bartlesville: Crews. Darryl. 74. Tulsa; Csar. Dan. 73. Chicago. Illinois: Cunningham. William. 73. Yukon Dally. R. Logan. 73. Newcastle Daubenepeek. John. 73. Lawton. Davis. David. 73. Oklahoma City. Davis. Duane. 74. Enid. Davis, Henry. 73. Del City: DeClalre. Jim, 75. Oklahoma City. Deese. Key-wood. 75. Ada: Dexter. Bob. 74. Ardmore: DIVarco. Vince. ‘74. lincolnwood. Illinois: Dixon. Mark. 74. Norman. Dorr, Jon. 74. Oklahoma City: Dorrough. Cathy, 74, Tulsa: Douglas. Judy. 73. Tulsa. Dover. Clarence, Jr.. 74. Eufala; Eason. Douglas. 73. Lawton: Edwards. Jane. 75. Ponca City: Ediards. Larry. 75. Lindsay. Ekhman. Chris. 73. Moore. ElUs. Bud. 75. Tulsa Ellsworth, levoy. Jr.. 73. Stroud England. Stephen. 74. Oklahoma City: Enoch. Mary, 75. Baraboo, Wisconsin: Epps. Bill. 75. McAletter; Evenson, Martin, 74, Columbia. Illinois: Fedem, Bruce, 73. Tulsa: Fadem, Lloyd, 73. Tulsa.Faxon. Bctse, ‘75. Tuba: Fisher, Lu. 73. Woodward: Flaherty, Tom. 73. Boston. Massachusetts: Fleming. John, 73. Sapulpa: Fleming, Zane Lae. 73. Enid: Flasher. Tom. 74. Edmond. Fong Vee. Belinda Ann. 75. Jamaica, West Indies: Fong Yea. Roderick, 74. Jamaica. West Indies: Forney. Charles. 74. San Antonio. Texas. Forrester, Keith. 76. Tu:sa; Foster. Jerry, 75. Monahans. Texas: Foster, Terry. 75. Oklahoma City: FrankenfMd. Jim. 73. Oklahoma City: Frailer. John. 75. Oklahoma City: Friday. Chuck. 73. College Park. Maryland: Frizzell. Cary, 73. Tulsa: Fry. John. 74. Oklahoma City: Funk. John. 75. Oklahoma City, Caberlno. Patsy. 74. McAlester; Gannon. Jamas. 74. Las Vegas. Nevada: Gary. Bob. 74. Oklahoma City: Gateway. Jim, 74. Enid: Cast. John. 74. Amarillo. Texas; Gayer. Bill. 75. Norman; Gibson, Stephanie. 73. St. Loun. Missouri: Cladhlll, Vernon. 74. Miami; Goodwin. Lynn, 74, Altus. Gossett. BUI. 75. Moore: Gray, Tom. 73. Oklahoma City. Green, Chris Ewald. 73. New York City. New York CrINIn. Sam, 73. Chick-asha: Grltfln. Stan. 73. Chickasha: Guadagno. Ala 73. Kearny. New Jersey: Gulon. Michael. 73.0kljhomaCity: Guyer. David. 75. Norman: Hager. Richard. 73. Dallas. Texas. Hamby. Gary, 74, Oklahoma City. Hamlin. Tom. 74.8iackwcll: Hardwick. Kenneth, 73. Hobart; Harris. James. 73. Midwest City: Harris. Mark. 73. Oklahoma City: Harrison. Steven. 73. T ulsa: Harry. Sally, 75. Oklahoma City; Hart. Donna Sue. 73. Lmdsey; Hayes. Michael. 74. inola. Hays. David. 73. Tulsa Hell. Ketth. 73. Oklahoma City. Henderson. Gene. 73. Tu'sa: Hernandez. Bruce. 75. Ponca City: HIgnite, Pam. 74. Midwest Oty: Hipschman, Martin. 73. St. Louis. Missouri: Hoffman. Douglas. 75. M not, North Dakota. Hollis. William Bruce. 73. Littleton. Colorado: Howie. Jeff. 74. OaHas. Texas. Huffman. Keith William. 74. Norman; Hukllls. Joe. 75. Blackwell: Jett Clerk. 74. Guymon: Jewett. James. 73. Woodward; Johnson. Edward. 75. Midland. Texas: Jones. David, 74. Lawson; Juna. Jim. 73. Bartlesville: Kaser, Larry. 74. Oklahoma City: Katz. Hal. 74. Fort Lauderdale. Florida. Kaufman. James, 73. Bartlesvi lr: Keener. Grant 75. Mannford; Kelly. Tom. 75. Okla-homaCity. Keosrn. John, 74. Tulsa; Kile. Steve. 73. Tulsa; King. Mike. 74. Tulsa: Klrkbrlde. William. 73. Oklahoma City: Kitchen. Rick. 73. Oklahoma City. Klaus. Terry, 73. Oklahoma City. m Knlett. Stephen. 75. York. Pennsylvania: Knutson. Keith Otren. 75. Tulsa: Koons, John. 73. Dallas. Texas: Kraemer. Susan, 75. Walters: Kraker. David. 75. Palos Verdes. California: Krapshaw. Chuck. 73. Shamokm, Pennsylvania: Krisa. Wendy. 75. Oak Park. Illinois: Kruger, Albert W. Ill, 73. Oklahoma City: Lacy. Marvin. 74. Oklahoma City.lalne. John. '74, Oklahoma City: Lambert. Gary. 75. Muskogee; Langford. Dan. Jr., 73. Enid. laRock. Allan. 75. Anthony. Texas: Larsh, John. 74. Norman: Lattner, Doug. 73. Da'ias. Texas Lebowttr. Jerry, 74. Sioux City. Iowa: Lederman. Danny. 73. Montreal. Canada. lea.Timothy. 75. Neosho. Missouri: Leonard. Billy. 73. Oklahoma City: Leslie. James. 73. Oklahoma City. Lesser. Jack. 73. Mitchell. South Dakota: Leivtne. David. 75. Chickasha: Laving . Carolyn, 73. Frederick: Lent . Jane, 73. Tulsa; Llndenbeirg. Edwin.'73 Miami. Florida. Lindsey, Dennis III. 73. Tulsa; Utteral. Jack. 73. Oklahoma City; Logsdon. Bell. 74. Edmortd: Loomis. Court. 73. End: Lowe. Linda. 74. Oklahoma City. Lukeman. Dave, 75. Oklahoma City. Madden. Mike. 75. Oklahoma City: Marcuse, 8arbara Jane. 73. NewOrlcans. Louisiana. Marks, John. 73. Chicago Heights. Illinois: Marshall. Stan. 75, Duncan; Mattock. Ron. 73. Eulala; Medley. Mark, 75. Oklahoma City: Melton. Rick. 73. Seminole. Meyer. Nil. 73. Norman. Meyer, Emile, 74. Norman; Meyer, Jim.74. Norman. Meyer. Llndell Dwayne. 73. El Reno: MIHer. Terry. 74. McAlester. Miller. Tim. 75. Oklahoma City. Mills. Daniel. 75. Albuquerque. New Mexico; Mitchell. Dale.'75. West Oes Moines. Iowa; Mitchell. Greg. 73. Amarillo. Texas: Morris.OR. 75. Tulsa: Mundlng. Paul. 73, Tulsa Munn, James. 73. Lawton: McAdams. Dan. 74. Tulsa: McCarter. Steve. 73. Tonkawa: McCord. Ron. 73. Broken Arrow. MeCraw. Steve. 75. Norman: McDonald. Martin. 74. Fort Worth. Texas: McFariin. Patricia, 75. Sap-ulpa: McLain, Oonna, 75. Sand Springs. Nation. William, 73. Norman: Neal. Christie, 75. El Dorado. Kansas; Neal. Jerry. 75. Qua-paw; Nelson, Cathy. 74. El Paso. Texas: Nelson. Glenn, 73. Oklahoma City; Nelson. Joe. 74. Irving. Texas; Nelson, ftol. 74. McAlester; Netherton, Nick. 73. Miami. Newman, Nelson, 75. Oklahoma City; Nicholson. John. 74. Edmond: O'Shaughnossy. Michael. 74. Midland. Texas; Park . James. 75. Okemah: Payne. Robert. 73.Chatsworth.California. Pealor. Dennis, 74. Waurika. Penn. Mel. 73. Wagoner. Petty.Curt. 73. Decatur. Illinois Pettyjohn. Don. 75. Norman: Pierce, Mark. 75. Muskogee: Pitts. Vicky. 73. Dallas. Texas; Pointer. David Lee. 75. Herndon, Virginia: Pralle, Richard. 74. Oklahoma City: Prince. Jerald. 73. Ouncan. PrKchett. William. 73. Oklahoma City. Pugh. A. Byron III, 73. Norman. Whitaker. Harbour. 73. Marlow. Whit Timothy. 74. Tulsa: Wilbanks, Tom. 73. Holdenville; Wilbor. Stark. 75. Oklahoma City. Wildcrmuth. Larry. 74. Vinita: William . Henry J. II. 75. Law ton; Wilton. Bruce Jame . 73. Tulsa; Wilton. Lee Anno. 73. Pauls Valloy Wine . Bill. 73. Tulva: Wittner. Terry. 74. Midwest City. Wright. Richard. 73. Tecumsch; Wyli . Jo . 73. Hcnd rson. Texas; Yanoy. Chari . 74. Oklahoma City; Ye . David. 73. Oklahoma City; Yolton. David. 73. Delaware Yount. Michael. 73. Bartlesville. Abram . Joy. 74. Bartlesville Alexander. Gayle, 73. Lindsey: Alper. Diane. 74. Oklahoma City. Alqultt, Sarah. 74. Miami; Altpaugh. Betsey. 73. Tulsa: Amend. Carolyn Ann. 73. Norman; Anderson. Debbie. 74. Guthrie; Annetley. Caren. 73. Norman. Aria . Tony. 73. Oklahoma City: Armttrong. Nancy. 74. Memphis. Tennessee. Arterbum. Sherri . 75. Oklahoma City; Athworth. Irene. 73. Midwest City: Auttin. David Paul. 73. Guth rie Bachelor, Jane. 73. Bartlesville. Baird. Diane. 74. Wichita Falls. Texas; Baker. Barbie. 73. Oklahoma City. Bandy. Carl Scott. 75. Bartlesville; Bank . Vicki. 74. Fort Worth. Texas: Bardweil, Laurie. 73. Oklahoma City. Barger. Cary. 73. Purcell; Barnett Chart . 74. Tulsa; Barnett. Debbie. 74. Oklahoma City; Barnhill. Mario. 75. Oklahoma City; Batchelor. Laurie. 74. Norman. Beasley. Vicki. 75. Dallas. Texas: 8 attie. David. 74. Norman Bell, Georgia. 73. Lincoln wood, Illinois: Bed. Mike, 73. Oklahoma City; Berger, Sheryl Lynn. 75. New Orleans. Louisiana: Berry Diane, 74. Tulsa: Blgble. Judy. 75. Ardmore. Blackburn, Karen. 75. Oklahoma City. Bolaln, Diana. 73. Tulsa; Bolen. Leslie. 75. Carnegie: Bonner.Cheryl. 74. Idabcl; Boulton. Danne, 74. Oklahoma City; Bower . Julie, 74. Enid: Boyt . Janie. 74. Tulsa; Braden. Fred. 75. Tulsa; BraeckMn. Lou. 75. Dallas. Texas Bralnard, Sydney. 75. Amarillo. Texas: Branham. Robert. 75. Lindsay. Brooks. Rebecca. 75. Ardmore; Brown. Cathy. 75. Oklahoma City. Brown. Pam. 74. Shattuck. Browne. Debbie, 73. Wichita, Kansas: Button, Jan. 74. Oklahoma City. Caldwell. Margaret. 73. New Orleans. Louisiana.Caldwell, Melinda. Tulsa: Campbell. Sarah. ■73.MlnnoapOfil. Minnesota; Castin. Jenny. 73. Okmulgee; Cavanagh. Denise. '74. Lawton Cavanaugh, Sarah. '74. Oklahoma City; Chaffin, Carol Ann. '73. Oklahoma City; Chandler, Cindy. 74, Bartlesville; Chaney, Pam. 74. Miami; Chonowoth.Carla. 73. Harrah. Clark. Anne. 76. Tulsa; Clark. Chrissle. 73. Muskogee: Clinesmllh. Barbara. 73. Norman; Cllnktcales. Karen Sue. 74, Ouncao: Coley. Relda, 73. Norman; Comstock. Vicki. 74. Enid; Conn. Suo. 73. McAloster: Cooley. Pam. 74. Tu Isa: Cooper. Gene Leroy. 73. Sligler Copplor. Gerald. 73, Tulsa: CorneNson. Peg- KY. 74, Edmond; Coskoy. B.J.. 73.Kansas Cfty Missouri; Cowan. Jill Urkin. 74. Ponca City Cox. Cay . 73. Lawton; Cox. Mary. 73. Okt.v homy City; Cruco. Barbara. 74. Bartlosville Crupper. Pamela. 73. Okrahoma City: Cuneo. Linda. 75. Oakland. New Jersey. Dally. Kenny. 73. Tutsa: Daniels, Anita. 73. Heavonor; Davis. Regina. 74. Norman; Deener, Ellyn. 73. El Paso. Texas: Denton. Paula. 73 Sapulpa; DeWitty, Michael. 74. Tulsa: Dickey. Jeannie. 75. Tulsa: Dickey. Linda, 74. Tulsa: Dodson. Mary Jane. 73. North Little Rock. Arkansas. Oolgfnoff. Donna. 74. Kansas City. Missouri; Doolen, Jan t. 75. Oklahoma City; Draco. Denis . 73. Norman: Duckworth. Carol. 73.Okia-homaCity; Dutton. Marion. 73. Tulsa: Dwen. Lauren. 75. Tulsa; Owycr. Debs. 74. Tu’.sa: Cedes. Linda. 74. Muskogee: Edgerton. Anne. 76. Wichita. Kansas. Edmondson. Patty. 74. Edmond; Edwards. Mary. 73. Ponca City; Elliott. Susan. 74. Miami. Epstccn. Debra. 75. Buffalo Grove. Illinois: Evans. Jan. 73. Sand Springs; Fallas. Cor-ri«, 73. Brooklyn. New York; Farrell. Kay. 74. Oklahoma City: Faulkner. Cindy. 76. Oklahoma City. Faulkner. Cindy, 73. Richardson. Texas. Feldman, Almee, 75. Oklahoma City: Fetter. Lana, 74. Waco. Texas: Flck, Ron. 75. Evanston. Illinois: Foutr, Sherri Ann. 75. Oklahoma City; Gaither. Carey. • 75. Oklahoma City; Cano. Patricia. 73. Santa Monica. Cali lorn ia: Gardner, Jotty, 74. Antlers: Garmon, Frances Dunn. 74. Anadarko: Garrison. Freddie Mae. 74. Spencer. Ceil. Etva, 73. Ei Paso. Texas: Centre. Rod-ten. 74. Shawnee. Gholson. Jackie. 75. Iowa Park. Texas; GMcfc. Corinne. 73.8artesv.Ho: Glazer, Susan Etlen, 73. Tulsa: Goldstick, Gale. 75. Skokie. Illinois: Gossom, K. D.. 75. Tulsa: Graham. Floyd.75. Tulsa: Grigsby. Kim. 73. Nowata. Grimm. Marilyn, 73. Tulsa: Gunderson. James. 74. Long Beach, California: Gust. Donna. 73. Oklahoma City; Hackett. Marilyn. 75. Alva: Hackler, Trudy. 74. Norman: Harris. Debbie. 74. Tulsa: Hart. Dari. 74. Alexandria. Louisiana: Hedges. Stev . 73. La Verne: Helnze. Mary Beth. 73. Shawnee.Henderson. Michael Scott. 73. Purcell; Horshey. Sandra, 73. Roslyn. New York: Hlckerson. Elitabeth. 73. Fort Worth. Texas: Hickerson, Rebekah, 74. Alius. Hicks. Judy. 75. Frcdoriek. Hicks. Undy. 73. Nowata: Higgins. Susan. 73. Jefferson City. Missouri: Hlriel. lit. 74. Guthrie. Holder. Oianna. 76. Englewood. Florida: Holder. Vicki. 74, Midwest City: Holmes. Charles: 74. Gcrnada. Mississippi: Hoover. Sharon. 73. Oklahoma City: Hoodoshetl. Becky. 74. Dallas. Texas; Hulse. leesa. 75. McAlestcr. Irwtn. Oebblc. 75. V am Jackson. Oscar. 73. Oklahoma City. Johnson.Cyndi. 75. Dallas. Texas. Johnson. Janice. 73. Norman. Johnson, Joyce. 73. Bartlesville: Johnson. Monte. 73. Lawton: Johnston. Diane. 73. Tulsa. Jones. Ella. 73. Oklahoma City. Jones. Janet. 74. Ardmore: Kahle, Ruth. 74 Blackwell Kaufman, Bonnie. 74. Wilmette. Illinois: Kelly. Connie. 73. Houston. Texas: Kirk. Cindy. 74. Muskogee: Klelnschmldt. Marcia, 74. Bar-tlesv.ile: Kouns, Dianne. 75. Texas City. Texas: Kraus. Lynn. 74, St. Louis. Missouri: Kreisher. Rebbecca, 73. Si ro: Kroll. Shelley. 73. New Rochelle. New York Kuklin. Barbara. 74. Lincoln, Nebraska: Lawrence. Barry Joe. 75. Spencer: Levy. Richard. 73. Woodmerc. New York: Umbocker. Leann, 74. Norman: Lindhorn, Phillip. 73. Villa Park. Iihnois: Littlefield. Maggie. 75. Tulsa: Livermore. Mary Catherine. 73. Sapui pa: love. Phyllis. 73. Oklahoma City. Loyd. Mickey. 73. Tulsa: Lynch. Debra Ann. 74. Norman; Mader. Kathleen. 73. Mayett.i Kansas: Mamlln, Bonnie. 74. Nashville. Tennessee: Manley. Sherry, 73. Tulsa: Mann. Arisen. 74. Tulsa. Mann. Jody Carol. 73. Woodward: Marlar. Janice. 73,Claremore. Martin, Marilyn. 74. Okmulgee. Martin. Susie. 74, Oklahoma City: Mason. Meredith, 74. Norman: Massey. Linda. 75. Bartfesvil e Massey. Sheryl.173. Oklahoma City. Masslc. Cheryl. 75. Oklahoma City: Mathews. Pam. 75. Midwest City. Megee. Valerie. 74. Oklahoma City. Merritt. Barbara. 74. Oklahoma City: Metcalfe. Marianne. 75. Fort Worth. Texas: Mlchalczyk.Trisha.73. Itasca. Illinois: Miler. Jan. 75. Tulsa: Miller. Jo. 74. Tulsa; Miller. Leslie. 73. Port Aransas. Texas: Mitchel. Connie Leamon. 73. Dacoma Montague. Dan. 74, Enid. Morgensen. Martha. 74. Oklahoma City: Morris. Mary, 76. Oklahoma City. Munro. Susan. 75. Upper Montclair. New Jersey; Murphy. Patrick. 73. Tulsa; Muster. Mary 8ee. 75. Emd. Myerberg, Robin. 73. Skokie. Illinois: Myers. Mary Pat 74. Nowata: McBride. Pat. 75. Mountain View. McCtymonds. Mery. '74, Nowata McCord, Debbie. 74. Oklahoma City; McCubbin, Barbar- •- 74. Oklahoma City: McDonald, Debbie. 74. Tulsa: Me Elroy. Carol Ann, 74. Altut; McGee, Beckle. 75. Norman. McKinney. Marcia. 74. Carthage. Missouri; McMaitae, Cayla, 73.0kla homa City. McWilllam . Lynn. 74. Oklahoma City. Nance, Marla. 74. Norman. Nayfa. Sherry. 74. Oklahoma City. Neaves. Claire. 74. Lewisville. Texas. Nowcomb. Leigh. 74, Oklahoma City. Newcomb. Vicki. 74. Oklahoma City; Newman. Susan, 75. Norman: Nichols. Leslie. 75. Edmond. Nunamaker. Susan. 73. Indun-apoii, Indiana; O’Shan. Toni. 75. Oklahoma City. Otlpoby, Georgann, 73. Lawton: Pack. Philip. 73. Checotah: Parrish. Jennifer, 74. Mad ll; Patten, M. Ann. 74. Purcell: Patterson. Harold. 73. Sayre: Pearson. Marsha. 73. Oklahoma City. Penn. Debbie, 74. Wagoner; Peterson. Margaret. 73. Alius: Phelps. Kathy, 75. MeAiester Phillips. Terry. 73. Oklahoma City; Phillips. Viva. 74. Enid: Pltchford. Larry, 74. Bartlesville: Plunkett. Pam. 73. Oenton. Texas: Poole. Nancy. 73. Huntington. New York: Pope. Patti. 73. Lawton: Popejoy. Cherrl, 75. El Reno: Porter. Ellen. 74. Oklahoma City: Powell. Beck-y.73. Norman Psyhoglos. Shelley, 74, Minneapolis. Minnesota: Purdy. Pam. 74. Oklahoma City: Quade. Susie. 74. Oklahoma City; Raffety. Susan. 74. Ponca City; Randall. Melanie. 74. Midwest City: Rankin. Dave. 74. Oklahoma City: Reed. Pete. 75. Sulphur. Renfro. Jackie. 74. Bartlesville: Reynolds. Denise. 75. OkJahomaCity. Rhynes. Gary. 73. Ada; Richards. Lucy. 74. Fort Worth. Texas. Riddle. Shelly. 74. Shawnee: Riley, Patricia, 74, Alton; Rislnger. Anne. 73. Oklahoma City. Robinson. Richard. 73. Mays-ville. Rosenberg. Adrienne. 73. Skokie. Iihnois: Rowsey. Carol, 73. Muskogee: Samara. Richard, 74. Oklahoma City. Saul. Karen. 73. Atlanta. Georgia; Schrage. Patricia. 73. Eau Claire. Wisconsin; Schulr. Vicki. ’ 74. Wichita Falls. Texas: Scott. Randee. 73. Bartlesville. Seale. Jerl, 73. M dwest City. Sears. Mallnda. 74. Oklahoma City; Shepherd. Susan. 74. Oklahoma City; Sherman. Jeryl. 75. Skokie. Illinois; Sherry. Lynn. 75.Oklahoma City. Shilling. Cindy. 75. Ardmore; Sill. Becky. 74. Commerce: Simmons. Gail. 73. Oklahoma City. Singleton. Sallle. 73. St. Lours. Missouri; Skinner. Frances. 75. Altus: Sllvlnskv. Val, 74. Vero Beach. Florida. Smlt. Pamela. 73. Short Hills. New Jersey. Smith. Ellen Sue. 74. Elk City: Smith. Michael. 75. Yukon. Smith. Patsy. 74. Oklahoma City: Smlthers. Cassandra. 73. Oklahoma City. Sneed. Terrye. 75. Seminole. Sommer, Ruth. 73. Perry. Spector. Marie, 74. Skokie. Illinois. Spencer. Gayte. 73. Bartlesville: Spore. Deborah. 74. Newkirk Stainer. Dannl Jo, 73. TuHa. Starks. Susie. 74. Amarillo. Texas.■kj Steffee. Bonny Karol. 74. McAlcstcr; Steiehen. Karen. 73. Oklahoma City; Stein. Roberta. 74. Chicago. Illinois. Steilner, Cheryl Vonne. 74. Norman. Story. Yvonne. '74. Okla homa City: Stout. Gayle.' 73. Del City; Stringfield. Ruth. '73. Norman; Sullhr n, Vicki. 73. Oklahoma City. Summer . Vickie, '75. Purcell: Swtrczynskl. Janie, '74.8ethany; Sykora. Mary Margaret. '73. Stroud, Tate. Cindy, '73. Fairfax: Taylor. Judy. '74. Oklahoma City. Thomas. Martha. 75. Tulsa: Tlmmom. George. 74. Garvin: Todd. Jackton,'74. Tulsa. Tolstrup, Linda, '75. Bartlesville; Tonchoff. Lynne. '74. Buffalo. New York: Townsend, Janet. '74. Frederick: Treml. Dana. '74. Tulsa; Trent. Christy, '74. Oklahoma City: Trott. Oe-neen. '75. Nicoma Park; Uhlenhop. Anne. '73. Ponca City: Vaeth. Diane, '75. Norman. Vanderburg. Patty. '75. Norman; Vaughn. Terri. 75. Oklahoma City; Wade. Brenda. 73. Altus: Walker. Jancy. 75. Maple City. Kansas: Walker. Joyce. 73, Enid; Walker. Susan. 75. Oklahoma City. Wallace. Roma. 74. Tulsa: Warner. Jane. 74. Enid. Warren. Linda. 74. Bartlesville. Watson. Sherry. 75. Bethany: Wauson. Sarah. 75. Duncan; Weiner. Chip. 74. Deerfield. Illinois. White. Tom. 75. Tulsa; Wiley. Saundra. 73. Oklahoma City; Wllkerson, Susan. 75. Pryor Williams. Madonna. 73. Oklahoma City. Williams. Mary Ann. 74. Tulsa: Williams. Mel- lanle. 74. San Joso. California: Winters. Roberta. 73. Antlers; Word. Sharron. 73. Tulsa: Yanaway. William. 75. Fort Worth. Texas: Young. Randall. 75. Broken Bow. Young. Rebecca, 73. Duncan: Young. Yvonne. 74. Idobel. Alexander. John Lee. 73. McAlester: Allen. Larry Martin. 74. Russel: . Ho. Arkansas. Alles. Rodney. 73. Norman: Amerl, Masoud. 73. Tehran. Iran; Annetley. Thomas Lee. 73. Norman: Ashley. James. 73. Tulsa: 8arr. Ronald Stanley. 74. Moore; Barton. J. Steve, 74. Altus. 8ejcek. Grant Wesley. 73. Mustang; Blair, Randy, 73. Muskogee. Bley. John. 73. Ponca City. Btoyd. Cary. 74. Alva: Brldgett. James. 73. Del City: Brink. Kenneth Dean, 75. Fort Benn-ng. Georgia: Campbell. James. 73. Wood River. I hnois: Capoot. Michael. 73. Little Rock. Arkansas.Carr. Scott. 73. Midwest City; Carter. Charles. 73. Midwest City. Cleary. Michael. 74. Elmhurst. Illinois: Cooper. Bob. 73. Oklahoma City; Cotton. Richard. 74. Louisville. Kentucky. Couch. Randy. 75. Ardmore. Daugherty. David. 74. Overland Park. Kansas; Doughty. Bill. 74. Tulsa; Ellis. Roger. 74. ElkCity. Evered. J. Erich. 73.8art!csville; Fltr Patrick, Buddy. 73. Midwest City; Frankert. Thomas. 73. Pittsburg. Pennsylvania; Fulkerson. Jerry. 73. Hennessey. Gammon. Lawrence. 74. Ar lington. Virginia; Glffln. Robert, 75. Norman: Gilbert. Harry, 74. Oklahoma City: Coin. Kevin. 73. Mustang: Gowdy. Van, 73. Elk City. Griffin. James. 74. Bartlesville: Griggs. L. Allan. 72. Duncan. Grlgor. Randall. 73. Tulsa; Grigsby. John Jay. 73. Lawton; Gustafson, Paul. 74. Tulsa: Hall. Greg. 73. Tulsa: Hampton, Harvey. 73. OelCity; Heap. Alan, 74. Tulsa; Hines. Craig. 73. Orchard Park. New York Hoffman. Keith.' 75. Bartlesville: Johnson. Daniel. 73. Tulsa: Johnson. Mark. 75. Shawnee; Johnson. Jim. 73. Colorado Springs. Colorado: Jones. Monte. 73. Midwest City: King. Bob. 75. Enid: Leaman. Gordon. 73. Tulsa: Lee. Tae. Pusan. Korea: Leung. Wlng-Kwan Tom, 73. Hong Kong Logan. Marc. 73. Tulsa: Lum. Hung. 73. Lawton: Mailing. Rick. 73. Tulsa: MBIer. Brig. 74. Oklahoma City. Moghadam. Hosseln. Tehran. Iran: Morgan. Tom. 75. Dallas, Texas: Morton. DeAnna. 74. Norman; Munroe. John Stephen, 74. Midwest City. Murphy. David. 73. Norman McAlpine. Clay. 73. Altus: McDowell. Doug. 74. Miami. McIntosh. Dorsey. 73. Chickasha: McLaughlin. James.' 73. Oklahoma City Patton. Mkhaai. 75. Tulsa: Penn, Frank Lynn. 74. Wagoner: PoweU. Charles. 73. Clinton: Purdy. Richard. 73. Oklahoma City: Purgason. Kendall. 75. Tulsa Randol. James, 73. Norman: Rasolkhanl. Farlman. Tehran, Iran: Ray. Philip. 74. Sulphur. Rayburn, Mike. 73. Duncan: Rkhards. Steven, 74, Athens. Texas; Riley. John. 73, Hartshorne: Roberts. Earl. 73. Mena. Arkansas: Rogers. Donald. 73. Tulsa. Scheno. Tony. 75. Ardmore. Schlegel, Robert.' 73. Midwest City; Shackelford. James. 73. Midwest City; Shavney. Teresa. 74. Sand Springs: Stewart. Ml. 75. Oavis: Stone. Edwin, 73. Maud: Summers. Tommy. 73. Norman; Tareml. Ma-sood.73, Iran: Thorpe. Jon. 73. Norman:T»l, Roy, 73.Greenlie'd Tuggle. Clifford Ray. 74. Spencer: Wade. Gary. 75. Norman; Wekhbrodt. Jon. 75. Ard-moro: White. James David. 73. Duncan; Wilber. Don. Bartlesville: Wilson. BUI. 73. Henryct ta: Wilson. James. 73. Menryetta. WoHord. Jim, 73. Madisonville. Kentucky; Womack. Terry. 75. Oklahoma City.le of Fine ArtsKopald, Steve. 73. Memphis. Tennessee. UBIane. Chris. 73. Oklahoma City: Levy. Jan Jullne. 75. Dallas. Texas: Lockhart. Melon, 75. Long Beach. California: loving. Colin. 74. Ponca City: lowber, Bccki, 74. Oklahoma City: Lukken, Olane. 74. Tulsa: March. John. 75. Ardmore. Mellander, Janie.74. Wheaton. Illinois. Metcalf. Tammle. 73. Jet: Morris. Connie. 74. Duncan; McBride. Janet. 74. Midwest City; Nolen. Nola. 73. Ocl City; Phillips. Penny. 73. Oklahoma City; Prosneli. Bllllo. 73. VcAlcster; Price. Thomas Bradley. 73. Moore: Pruitt. Call. 73. Duncan; Rapp, Nora, 75. Oklahomo City Road. Fletcher. 73. Oklahoma City: Rowland, Mark. 74. Huntingdon. Pennsylvania. Shorer. Alan. 73. W.lmettc, Illinois; Sherwood. Anne. 75. Perry; Shull. Robert. 75. Norman; Simon, Robin. 73. Nashville. Tennessee: Smith. Susan Lynne. 74. Muskogee-; Smith. Tina. 74. OklahomaCity: Spence, Sandra, 73. Tishomingo. Stephenson. Patti. 74. Ponca City: Stern, Dave. 73. NewShrewsburg New Jersey; Summers. Susan. 73. Purcell: Swlnchart. Sandra. 73. Elk City; Thompson. Kay Lynn. 73. Duncan; Tonkinson, Steve, Cancan: Treadwell. Patty. 75. Tulsa: Ward. Michael. 75. Lawton: Watson. Kim, 75. Monahans. Texas. Wlghtman, Gary. 75. Bartlesville: Wilkinson. Dorothy. 73. Oklahoma City: Williams. Barbie. 75. Oklahoma City. Williams. Stephen. 74. Wichita Falls. Texas: Woodson. Harold. 73. Oklahoma City. Graduate College Adams, Bob. Mutual: Bcrncrt, Martin. Oklahoma City. Caldwell. William David, Tulsa: Carson. Nancy. New Orleans. Louisiana: Collins. Bill. Law. Oklahoma City. Cook. Harry. Anadarko: Dalns. Robert Bruce. Noble. Davis. Sherry. Norman: Dotal. Parlmala. Baroda. India. Ooggctt. Deborah.Grcenbriar. Arkansas: Finley. Dewey. Norman: Ghajar. Mina. Teheran. Iran: Hall, Donald, Norman; Harkins. Jim. Law. Altus: Hayes. R. J.. Warren. Pennsylvania: Houser, Ernest. Coweta; Jackson. Cary. Law. Perry; Johnson. Wallace. Jr.. Oklahoma City. Leong. John. Bronx. New York; Long. John David. Heavener; MahaMey. Gregory, Law. Bartlesville; Marriner. Norman Carlo. Huntsville. Arkansas; Miles, Thurman. Ardmore; McAllister. David, Ca mden. Arkansas: Owens. James. Moore; Patkowskl. Victor, Vici: Reed. James, Oklahoma City.Schraga. David, Davton. Ohio. Shawty. Abdul Adz. Jeddah. Saudi Arabia: Smith, Ralph, Law. Oklahoma City Stapleton. K. Marie . Norman: Storm . Bruce. Norman: Struve. BUI. Downoy. California: Terry. Peggy. Oklahoma City. Thomp on, Mark. Law. Oklahoma City. Towmend. Vicki. Checotah. Valentine. Bryan. Corpus Christi. Texas; Vo . Larry. Pe'la. Iowa. Walker. Linda, Enid. Wolf. Marian. Fort Cobb: Wong. Chung Kee. Hong Kong: Yco. Kwang, Seoul. Korea. AI» on. Virginia. 75. Oklahoma City: Bernhardt. Valerie. 75 Midwest City: Boot . Debbie. 75. Bartlesville: Cattody. Janet. 75 Covington Crotty. Gloria. 75. Henryetta: Denton. Paula. 74. Wynncwood. Orennan. Mary. 75. Medford: Finley. Jeanie. 75. Musko-See Flora. Caritsa. 75. Nowata Fox. Lucinda. 75. Tulsa: Goff. Debbie. 74. Midwest City; Creen. Joan. 75. Blackwell Hampton. Don H. II, 75. Pawhuska. Higgln . Anne. 74. Houston. Texas; Hodge . Allton. 75. Burns Flat Huff. Martha Jo. 75. Tulsa. Kring.Terena. 75. Tucson. Anyone: Long. Phill . 74. Clarcmo'e: Marker. Nancy. 75. Versailles Missour . Marrinton. Debra. 75. Tulsa: May. Carrie, 74. Sapu’pa: Medley. Nancy. 75. Tulsa: Metier. Pam. 75. Muskogee Ong. Agnet Meting. 73. Indonesia. Rau. Bridget. 74. Maroa. Illmo-s RSe . Vicky. 73. Norman: Sharp. Anne. 75.Cushing. Silk. Norma. 73. Tahiequah; Still. Susan. 74. Tahie-Quah: Thoma . Tlmmye. 75. Bartlesville; William . Patricia. 75. Oklahoma City. Woolley. Nancy. 75. Muskogee. Addington, Jarokl. 76. Bartlesville: Ambruto. Nick.'74. Downey. California: Austin. Richard. 75. Guthrie Bennett. Edwin, 73. Sem-mol' Bertalan. Patti. 73. Norman; Campbell. Cathy. 75. Muskogee; Catey. Audrey. 75. M d-wett City: Davit, Jim. 74. Norman.■■W Dinkier. Joan, '74. Hennessey: Fronkler. Ellen. '75. Pawhuska: Garfield. Cathy. 75. Dallas, Texas: Gilbert. Bobby. 73. Lawton Greenwalt, Karon. 74. Valley Stream. New York; Henry. Karon. 75. Kelly-., lie: Hutton. Ed. 74. Black-well; Johnston. pogcr. 75. Wilborton: Jones. William, 74. Ciaremore. Jorskl. Donald, 75. Muskogee. Law. Vitus. 75. Kowloon. Hong Kon ;; Maloney. Vlrgena. 74. Chckasha: Manley. Mark. 74. Tulsa Mitchell. Gary. 74. Arnett; Potta. Ken. 74. T ul-sa. Raffety. Bob. 74. Blackwell: ReW. John Robert II. 75. Nowata: Renos. Paul Craig. 74. Bartlotville. Sather. Judy. 74. Yukon: Schilling. Patrick. 73. Norman; Snider. William, 73, Oklahoma City; Stanbeny, Wade. 75. Midwest City: (Jnruh, Gary Dean. 73 Bethany Welgant.Jim. 75. Tulsa: Whltaley. Robby, 74. Oklahoma City; Yoestlng. Odle. 74. Shawnee: Young. Stanley. 73. Seminola. University College Abbott. J. Keith. 74. Norman: Abel. Paula Jane, 76. Edmond: Adkins. David, 76. Ardmore: Adkins, Gerald, 76. Oklahoma City: Agnew. Terry, 76. Lawton: Albert. James.' 76. Tulsa. Albert. Paul. 76. Elk City. Alexander. Jim. 76. Oklahoma City: Alexander, Lynn. 76. Bartlesville. All, Gerald. 76. Bartlesville: Allen. Bill. 76. Oklahoma City. Allgood. LeAnn. 76. Snyder; Allhon. Gary Rkhard. 76. Bartlesville: Allison. Mark. 75. Holis: Alquht. Mary Ann, 76, Miami; Anderson. Doug. ’76. Duncan: Andrews. Duff. 76. Oklahoma City: Argo. James. 73. Norman. Armstrong. Kathleen, 76. Oklahoma City. Armstrong. Linda. 76. Tulsa: Arrington. Cathy. 76. Canadian. Texas: Asher. Mike, 76. Tu'-sa; Atchley, Steve. 76. Olney. Texas: Beccut. Duane. 76.8rownt.eld. Texas: Bacon. Nancy. 76. Sayre: Bailey. Bob. 76. Tulsa; Bailey. Cher- rl, 76. Carlsbad. California. 8alley. D. Mike, 76. Tulsa: Bally, Gary, 75. Tulsa: Baley. Jim. 75. Oklahoma City: Baker. Marilyn. 76. Tulsa. Ball. Blair, 76. Chicago. Illinois: Balloff. David, 76. Knoxville. Tennessee; Banks. Douglas. 76. Oklahoma City. Barceilos, Frank. 74. Hawthorne. Nevada: Bamos. Lisa. 76. Lawton. Barnes. Stephen, 76. Tulsa: Berry. Frank, 76. Norman; Bartlett. Michael. 76. Ponca City. Bate. Gayla Cheryl. 75. Tu'-sa: Batson. Leslie. 76. Lubbock. Texas: Bauer. Jan. 76. Midwest City. Baylor. Krissa Ann. 76. Orange. California; Baale. Tedde. 76. Vinilo Bechtold. Patti. 76. Wichita. Kansas.Carson. Spence. 76. Oklahoma City: Carter. Kathio, 76. Maysyille: Casobeer. Michael, 76. Tulsa; Cash. Kathy. 76. Fort Worth. Texas: Cassody. Connie. 76. Covington: Cayce. Mike. 76. Seagraves. Teen: Cearing. Roberta. 76. Tutsa: Celilno. Linda Sue. 76. Tulsa: Cheatham. Patty. 76. Tulsa. Cheney. An n. 74. Oklahoma City: Chivcrs. Mary Lee, 76. Durant: Christensen. Bruco. 76. Norman: Christensen. David, 76. Norman: Chung. Melanie Ann. 75. Jamjca. West Indies. Clark. Kent. 76. Ouncan: Clear. Terry, 76. T ul-sn: Clements. Kim, 76. Tuisa: Clifton. Reed. 76. Oklahoma City. Cline. Bobbe. 76. Tulsa: Cline. Daryl. 76. Tulsa: Cloud. William. 76. Konawa: Clow. Jeff. 76, Enid: Cobbs. Jim. 76. Tulsa: Cochran, Glen. 76. Dallas. Texas: Cockrum. Karen. 76. Johnson. Kansas: Collin, PrisciBa. 76. No.-man: Coffman, Lou Ann. 76. Pauls Valley. Coggins. Becky. 76. Oklahoma City. Cohen. Susan. 74. Tulso: Colbert. Bob. 76. Ck'ahema City: Colbert. Cindy, 76. Pauls Valley: Cole. Victoria Lynn, 76. Ardmore: Coleman, Louis. 76. Tulsa: Collins. Gary Lee. 76. Tulsa: Collins. Terri. 76. Oklahoma City: Colvert, Caren. 76. Amarillo. Texas- Cone. Vicki. 76. Tulsa. Conner. Jelf. 76. Duncan:Coody. Reed. 76. Marlow: Cook.Caren. 76. Oklahoma City. Cook. Eileen. 76. A-na-darko: Cook. Michael. 76. Tulsa; Cook. Paul. 76. Ada. Cook. Reggie. 76. Moore: Cooper, Mindy, 76. Omaha. Nebraska. Cooper. Nancy. 75, Oklahoma City. Cordell. Michael. 74. Durvcan; Corley. Steven. 76. Okmulgee. Corp. Randy. 76. Tuls.i: Counts. Steve. ‘ 76. Oollas. Texas: Cowaa Kathleen, 76. Ponca City. Craig. Kevin. ’76. Ardmore: Crawford. Lester D.. 76. Hobart:Creel. Kathy. 76. Bartlesville. Croisant. Kirby. 76. Muskogee: Crosby. Hal-He Ricky Leon Eugene. 76. Oklahoma City; Crouch. Gary. 76! Bethany; Cummings. Ron. 76. Norman: Cuplln. Pamela. 76. Borttesville: Curnuttc. Mark, 76. Vin4a; Curran. Betsy. 76. Midwest City Curry. Jan. 76. Sapulpa: Oahtbacka. Mary, 76. Wau kegan. Illinois. Oakll. Lewis. 76. McAlester; Daniel. Bill. 76. Orumright. Daniels.Timothy. Wayne. 76. Tu • sa. Oarbyshiro, Russ. 76. Anthony. New Mexico; Davis. Michael Glenn. 76. Altus; Dawkins. Margaret. 76. Anadarko, Dayvault, Dave. 76 Wichita. Kansas: Dean. Tully. 76. Oklahoma City: Deaton. Henry, Jr., 76. Tulsa Decker. Patricia. ‘76. Lexington; DeJarnetto. John F. HI, 76. Ponca City; Denning. Emily. 76. Dallas. Texas: Dennstedl. Sara Elizabeth. 76 Houston. Texas: Dewbeery, Phil, 76. Tallhino: Dietz, Debra. 76. Seminole: Dinkins, Marsha. 76. Shawnee; Dixon, David. ‘76. Norman: Dodson. Bob. 76. Pauls Valley.PEOPLE 75 jffll 2 ■?■£ - ?’fp 23? = ? rite ' § ' ■ 5pE1 £cl c ; -■$ Gatewood. Marry Dec II. 76, Tulsa. Gau, Patti. "76. Enid: Gauchat. Lynne. 76. Shawnee: Gauntt, Eddie. 76. Norman: Gaunt!, Mary Beth. 75. Norman; Gentry. Craig. 76. Oklahoma City. Gibbon. Jim. 76. Tulsa: Gibson.Tina. 76. Oklahoma City; GIB. Jim, 76. Oklahoma City. Gober, Shari. 75. Alius: Godwin. Sharon. 76. Tulva; Goins. Kathl, 76. Jenks Golden, Daniel, 76. Claremorc; Goldsmith. Charles. 76.Oka-homa City. Good. Susan Lynn. 76. Midland Texas: Goodall. Beth. 76. Waco. Texas Gordon. Lin. 76. Oklahoma City: Gorishek. George. 76. Oklahoma City. Cragg. Michael, 76. Tulsa: Graham. Gary. 76. Oklahoma City. Gramlleh. Karlin, 76. Mar-low. Graves. David. 76. Broken Arrow. Green. B. F.. 76. StilwcM. Green. Melany. 75. Colorado Springs. Colorado: Grider. Debt. 76. Sulphur. Griffin. Genie, 76. Tulsa. Crimmett. Derek, 76. Tulsa. Groom. Gloria. 76. Tulsa; Guest. Lonle. 75. Oklahoma City; Guffey. Kim. 76. Oklahoma City. Cum. Peggy- 76. Tulsa: Gustafson. Dale. 76. Tulsa: Guthrie. Amy. 76. Oklahoma City; Haas. Virginia. 76. Bartlesville: Hackler. Mary Anne, 76. Norman; Hackler. Randy. 76. Norman, Hagen. Phyllis. 76. Dallas. Texas: Haggard. James. 76. McAlester; Haley, Pamola. 76. Oklahoma City. Hall. Ben Otis III. 76. Oklahoma City; Hall. Brooks. 76. Oklahoma City; Hall. Debra. 76. Tulsa. Hall. Jackie. 76. Tulsa: Hall. Jerrle, 76. Tulsa. Hall. Margaret. 76. Bartlesville. Hall. Steve. 76. Oklahoma City. Hamcrnlk. Connie, 76. Tulsa. Hand. Carole Marie, 75. Norman; Hankins. Beverty, 76. Stroud: Hanklnson. Jim. 76. Midland. Texas: Hanrahan. Jeff. 76. Des Moines, lowa: Hansford. Frank Jeffrey. 76. Miami; Harden. Beth. 76. fort Collins. Colorado: Hardin. Char-la. 76. Enid. Hardwick. Craige. 76.8eUe Viilc. Illinois: Harjo. Leah. 76. Holdenvii’e: Harkey. Lawrence. Jr.. 76. Lawton; Harkey. Charles. 76. Lawton: Harman. Marcia. 76. Ardmore: Harned. Mlchaei. 76. Oklahoma City: Haroonlan.George. 76, Tehran. Iran: Harrell, Diana Sue. 76. McAlester; Harris. Bruce.'76. Norman. Harry. Brooke. 76. Oklahoma City: Hartsock. Nancy. 76. Norman: Haynes. Douglas. 76. Sand Springs; Heitman. Fred. 76. Hart-shorne: Helping. Scott. 76. Edmond; Held. Raymond. 76. Billings. Montana: Heller, Page. 76. Bartlesville. Helmerlch. Rlk. 75. Tulsa; Hemphill. Paul Alan, 76. Hazelwood. Missouri. Henderson. Mark. 76. Midland. Texas. Hendrix. Jimmy. 76. Tulsa; Henry. Pat. 76. Tulsa: Herlacher. Martin. 76. Duncan; Herllhy. Joan Elizabeth. 76. Enid. Herndon. John. 76. Chickasha: Hlght. Tim. 76. Tulsa; Hill. Houston E.. Jr.. 75. Oklahoma City. Hill. Linda. 76. Tulsa.HIIH. Ernie III, 76. Medford. Mine. M ark. 75. Muskogee. Hlrschy, Deborah, '76.8artlcsvillc; Hlsel. Roy C. III. '76. Oklahoma City. Hits. Willa Jo. 76. Normjr. Hogan. Rebecca. '76. Nicoma Pj' k: Hoge. Stewart. 76. Oklahoma City; Holloway. Stephanie. '76. Sapulpa. HoHey. Patricia. '76. Altos Bollinger. Susan. '76. St. Louis Park. Minnesota: Hornsey. Leslie. '76. Oklahoma City. Hoopet. 8rad. '76. Muskogee; Hope. John David, '74. Pauls Valley: Hornbeck. David. '76. Oklahoma City. Horne. DavM. 76. Chickasha; Howard. Mark. '76. Norman. Howard. Vicki Anne. '76. Moore. Howell. Debbie. 76. Tulsa; Howerton. Cuy. 76. Tulsa Howerton. Mark. 75. Norman; Hudson. JeH. 76. Broken Arrow. Hucther. Karen. 76. Tulsa: Humble. Debbie. 76. M dwcst City: Hume. Shelley. 76. Oklahoma City. Hurley. Barry. 76. La Verne: Hurowltz. Lori. 76. Vermillion. South Oakota; Hurst, Foy. 76. Midwest City; Hutton. Betly. 76. B'ackweii. Jack. Rosemary. 76. Sulphur; Jacobs. Julie. 76. Oklahoma City; Jameson. Glen. 76. Shreveport. Louisiana: Jaqua. Paul. 76. Norman. Jenkins. Nick. 76. Stillwater. Jenkins. Sherry, 76. Duncan. Jerkins. Susan, 76. Oklahoma City: Johnsen, Andy. 76. Dallas. Texas: Johnson. Bin . 76. Norman. Johnson. Ernie. 76. Oklahoma City: Johnson. Glen, 76. Muskogee: Johnson. Kete. 76. Fort Worth. Texas. Johnson, lee. 75. Meavener; Johnson. Margaret. 76. Tulsa. Johnson. Sherry. 75. Midwest City. Johnson. Susan. 76. Tulsa: Johnson. Teresa. 76. Alva. Johnson. Tom, 76. Tulsa: Jones. Amon Frank. 76. Norman Jones. Annabel. 76. Irving. Texas Jones. Harvey Darnell. 76. Hobart: Jones. J. Timothy. 76. Duncan: Jones. Rebb. 76. Forest Park: Jones. William, 76. Tulsa: Jordan. Brian. 75. McAlester. Jordan. Chad. 76. Ardmore. Joseph. Don. Jr.. 76. Norman. Justice. George. 76. Ponca City. Kaleda. Liz. 76. Tulsa: Key. Kristie. 76. Norman. Keen. Renee. 76. Oklahoma City: Keitz. Craig. 76. Oklahoma City. Keller, Kethy. ' 76. Tulsa: Keller. Kenton. 76. Oklahoma City: Kemp. Susen, 76. Oklahoma City. Kempa. Debbt. 76. Bartlesville. Kennedy. Debra. 76. Shawnee. Kennedy. Kathryn. 76. Muskogee: Kennedy. Kayla. 76. Houston. Texas; Kennedy. Rebecca, 76. 0«i City. Kennon. Tawana. 76. Shawnee: Klmmel. Karen. 75. Tipton; King. Fawn. 76. Enid: Kirk. Karen. 76. MuskogeeKirkwood. Leigh, 76. Kansas City, Missouri; Klier. Diana. '75. Purcell: Klxxort. Rex. 76. Guntcrsvillc. Alabama; Klabiuba, John. 76. Prague; Klepper, Tommy. 76. Wayne; Kllno, Denny, 74. Tulsa; Knight. Larry. 76, Midwest City; Koch. Debbie. 76, Cedar Rapids. Iowa; Koons, Marlbeth. 76. Dallas. Texas. Koslnsky, Francos. 76. Bartlesville; Kourl, 0eight. 76. Chelsea; Krebsbach. Trudy. 76. Oklahoma City: Krieger. Ronald. 76. Oklahoma City: Krlttcnbrink, Mark, 76. Kinghsher; Kuhn. David, 76. Midwest City. Kygar. Sally, 76, Ponca City: Label. Shelley, 76. Oklahoma City: Lackey, Tom. 76. Tulsa. Ladwlg. Connie. 76. Hennessey. Laging. Dona Lynn. 76. Cyril; Laine. Eleanor, 75. Oklahoma City. Laird. Cece. 76. Tulsa: lambort. Mike. 76. Norman; Landau. Linda. 76. Fort Sill; Lang. Charles, 75. Ardmore; Langston, John. 76. Tulsa: Laughlin. Debbie, 76. Norman. laughner, Cheryl. 76. Tulsa: Lavlne. Steven Rick. 76, Skokie. Illinois: Leader. David Edward. 76. Bartlesville; Ledgerwood. Larry. 76. McAlester; Lee. Mitchell. 76. Oklahoma City: Loes. Larry John. 76. Tutsa; Lehman. Card. 76. Houston. Texas: Lcssty. Keith. 75. Oklahoma City: Levy. Jay, 76. T ulsa. Lowey. Nancy. 76. Oklahoma City; Undloy. Pam. 75. Oklahoma City; Lindsey, joy, 76. Dallas. Texas: Lisle. Mark. 76. Enid; Utile. Kathryn Theresa. 76. Oallas. Texas; Livingston. Betty. 76. Ardmore; Lockard, Rob. 75. Bartles-vii Ic: Logan. David, 76. Oklahoma City; Long. Debblo, 76. Norman. Long. Leslie. 74. Norman; Long. Stovo. 76, Norman: Longhofer. Vicki. 76, Enid; Lott. Tamara Oawn. 76. Camden. Arkansas; Lowery. Steven, 76. Las Vegas. Nevada: Loy. Claudia. 76. Oallas. Texas: Lukowitch. Kathy, 76. Tulsa: Lund. Craig. 76. Dallas. Texas: Lund. Jeff. 75. Oklahoma City. Lunday. Jeft. 76. Cushing; Lutr. Rick, 76. Oklahoma City: Lynn. Guy. 75. Bartlesville. Lynn.Owen, 76. Tulsa; Lynn. Susy. 76. Shawnee; Lyons. Mark. 76. Pryor; Mabry. Philip, 76. Oklahoma City. Mackey. Sue Ann. 76. Lawton; Maddux. Bill. 76. Nowata. Maerker. Patricia Susan. 76. Tulsa; Mahn. Ronald. 76. Miami; Malashock. Jan, 76. Omaha. Nebraska; Malone. Kathleen. 76. Oklahoma City. Malone. Shoila. 76. Tulsa: Mandcll. Marcl. 76. Omaha. Nebraska: Mann. McKinley Monroe III. 76. Tulsa: Mann. Melissa, 76. Okmulgee: Manning. Danny, 76. Tulsa. Manning. Katie Lou. 76. Pauls Valley: March. Rick, 76. Duncan; Marlar, Andrea. 76, Clare-more: Marquis. Larry. 7$. Enid; Martin. Charles. 76, Muskogoc: Martin. Warren. 75. Ardmore. Marllndale. Kaylin, 76. Jcnks. Mas-sad. Cathy. 76. Frederick: Matotlch. George J.. Jr.. 76. Tulsa.Mauldin);. Terri. ’76. Sapulpa: Maxelner. Mary. 76. Tolls: Mayes, Cindy, 76.Oklahoma City; Mayo . Ocbby. 76. Oklahoma City. May-field. MclIiia, 76, Norman. Maylen. Shartet. 76. Henrietta: May . J.. 76. Maysmlle: Mear . Nancy. 76. Tulsa. Meek, Phil. 76. Ru h Springs: Mclgard. Tom. 75. Mid nest City. Melinder. Ml Jan. 76. Clare-more: Meredith. Michelle. 76. Olney. Texas: Mettry, Valerio, 76. Wynnowood. Mewbourn. Mike. 76.Tulsa: Millard. J. P.. 75. Tulsa: Miller. Carol, 75. Leawood. Kansas Miller. Cynthia. 76. Oklahoma City. Miner, Cynthia. 76. Tulsa Miller. Deane. 76. Ounean; Miller, Lucy. 76. Oklahoma City: Miner. Nancy. 76, Oklahoma City. Mlllhorn. Thomas. 76. Tulsa Mills. Nancy. 76. Oklahoma City. Milroy. Janls. 76. Okmulgee. Minnett. Mita. 76. Ch ckasha: Mintee. Joe. 76. MadiM; Mlrjanlch. Rebecca. 76. Miami; Mitchell. Bay. 76. £n d: Mitchell. Jackie. 76, Oklahoma City. Montgomery. Diana. 74. Bartlesville; Montgomery. John. Jr.. 76. Hobart Moore. Bob. 76. Oklahoma City. Moore. Carol Harmon. 76. Irmir. Turkey; Moore. Darrell. 75. Oklahoma City: Moore, Darrell. 76. Pryor. Moore. Ouston. 75. Tulsa; Moore. Leslie. 76. Tulsa: Moore. Scott. 76. Hugo; Moore. Susan. 76. Wewoka; Morgensen. Richard, 76. Oklahoma City. Morley. Anne. 76, Tulsa: Morley. Blake. 75. Tulsa: Morris. Nakita. 76. Duncan; Morrison. 8 ott. 76. Del City. Morrison. Johnny. 76. Dewey: Morton. Marc. 76. Tulsa: Mosley. Rodney. 76. Midwest City; Mozena. Charles. 76. Los Angeles. California, Mullen. Tom. 76. Tulsa Mullins. Patti. 76. Bethany: Munson. Alan. 76. Lawton: Mutgrovo, Anthony, 76. Oklahoma City: Mutter, Cynthia. 76. Tulsa; Myers. Bob. 76. Midwest City: Myers. Clndl. 76. Oklahoma City. Myers. Cary. 76. Tulsa. Myers. Jett. 76. Lawton: Myers. Rutty. 76. Norman: Myers. Shelley. 76. Oklahoma Cily: McClendon. Jim. 76. Tulsa. McClure. Mary. 76. Alva: McClure. Mary Kathleen. 76. Enid; McCollum. Dennis Petrie. 76. Dallas. Texas: Me-Crory. Kimberly. 76. Bartlesville McCuistlon. David. 76. Oklahoma City; McCullough. Debbie. 76. Norman; McGee. James. 76. Norman: McGee. Kevin. 75. Ponca City. McGraw. Kathy. 76. Tulsa: McGraw. Tim. 76. Oklahoma City. McGrow, Chritti, 75. Tulsa: McIntyre. James William. 76. TonkawaMclver, Patricia, 76. Tulsa: McKee. Scott. Jr.. '76. Tulsa; McKIddy. Kathy. 76. Norman: McLain. Linda Lao. 76. Sand Spring,-.; McMakln. Oalana. 76. Norman. McMurtry. Marsha. 76. Bristol; McNabb. Mike. 76.Cloremorc; McNair, Mlsiy Mary Kate. 76. Memphis. Tennessee: McQuiddy. Kirk. 76. Tulsa McQuiston. Garrett. 76. Wichita, Kansas. Nalteh. Larry. 76. Tulsa: Nakayama. Teresa, 76. Bartlesville Nash. Bob. 76. Miami. Florida; Nellas. Richard. 76. Tulsa; Nelson. OavM, 76. Oklahoma City. Nelson. Paul. 76. Oklahoma City. Neumann. Steve. 76. Bartlesville: Newcomb. J. Russell, 76. Broken Arrow Newcomb. Margaret, 76. Oklahoma City: Newman. Kathy. 76. Tulsa; Neustadt. Susan Lynn. 76. Ardmore; Newton. Scott 76. Oklahoma City: Nickell. Nancy. 76. Cherokee: Nick-ey. Eleanor. 76. Memphis. Tennessee; Noble. Jeffrey. 76. Tulsa: Nowland. Carol. 76. Tulsa: Nowlin. Mark. 76. Bartlesville. Nuzum, Robert. 76. Norman; O'Brien. David. 76. Oklahoma City: Odom. Michael. 76. Norman: Osborn. Marsha. 76. Tulsa: Osborn. Patti. 76. Sand Springs: Oshel. David. 75. Alva; O'Steen. Lill. 76. Oklahoma City; Otis. Allison. 76. OalLss. Texas: Ottavlanl, Karen. 76. Bartlesville. Oualline. Judd H.. Jr.. 75. Tulsa; Palmer, Martha Leigh. 76. Edmond: Palmer. Michael. 76. Konawa; Papke. Susan. 75. Lawton Parker. Cara Lea. 76. Cement. Parker. Norma. 76. Duncan: Parks. Ann. 76. Seminole; Parrish. Lyn. 76. Enid; Parsons. Gary. '76. Oklahoma City. Pascale, Dennis, 76. North Providence. Rhode Island: Pasque. Elaine. 76. Guthrie: Pat-kowskl, Joan. 76. Woodward. Patten. Bill. 76. Norman; Patterson. Vlkkl, 76. Oklahoma City: Pattison. Dianne. 76. White Pta ns. New-York: Patton. Mark, 76. Norman; Peake, Steve, 76. Tulsa: Peck. David. 76. Oklahoma City. Peck. Gall. 76. Oklahoma City. Peden. Bob. 76. Tulsa; Peeler. Robert. 76.Okmulgee: Pendleton. Bruce. 76. Pryor: Percefull. Gary. 76. Tulsa; Perham, Steven. 76. Oklahoma City: Perry. Donna. 76. Midwest City: Perry. Ooug. 76. Oklahoma City; Perryman, Gretchen. 75. Athens. Texas. Petersburg. Sue, 76. Ada; Petltt. Thomas. 76. Oklahoma City. Petrone. Carmine, 75. Krebs: Phillips. Donna, 76. El Paso. Texas: Pickett. Danny. 76. Altos: Pittman. Julie. 76. Houston. Texas: Polk. Frank. 76. Oklahoma City. Pope, Scott. 76. Tulsa; Powell. H. Rainey. 76. Nomvan. Powe . Ledlle, 76. Leveiland. Texas: Powell. Pam. 7$. Oklahoma City. Powell. Steve. 75. Norman; Powell. Sue. 76. Anaheim. Calilorn a: Power. David, 76. Kansas City. Missouri; Pow-ley. Beverly. 76. Tulsa; Prather.Samuel, 76. Guymon: Premack. Ellen. 76. Aberdeen. South Oakota; Price. Janet 76. Oklahoma City.Prill. Kathl. 76. Okmulgee. Pryor. Kay. '76. Tulsa: Pugsley. Carolyn. 76. Oklahoma City; Pulley. Lewis. 76. Oklahoma City. Putnam. Cindy.'76. Tulsa: Puutalu. Oagmar, 76. Bethany; Pyle. Sharon, 76.Oklahoma City. Queen. Doug. 76. Tulsa Rademachcr, Linda. 76. Oklahoma City; Radford. Britt. 76. Tulsa: RadosevIch.Greg. 76. Oklahoma City. Raffety. C. K„ 76. Black-well; Ray. Beckle. 76. Fort Worth. Texas: Ray. Kyi . 74. Del City. Reed. Gtynls, 76. Broken Bov . Rrid. David. 76. Muskogee. Reid. Rick. 76. Nowgta: Rcmondlno. Bob. 76. Ardmore; Renegar. Brent. 76. Oklahoma City; Renner, Mary do. 76. Norman; Renner, Ronda Marie. 76, Sand Springs. Reynold!. ChrU. 76. Oklahoma City: Reynold!. $u!an. 76. Muskogee: Rhoades. John. 76. Chickasha Rhynes. Priscilla. 76. Ada: Richardson. Jim, 76. Norman; Rlchman. Stephanie. 76. Tulsa: Rlffe. Donna. 76. Tulsa: Riley, Dean. 76. Alius: Riley. Pete. 76. Quakertown. Pennsylvania: Rlmpau. Kim. 76. Newport Beach. California: Rlslnger, Kris. 76. Alius. Riter, John. 76. Bartlesville; Ritter. Debbie. 76. Midwest City; Ritter. Jeanetto, 75. Atwood: Roark, Peggy. 76. Oklahoma City. Robert!, Gary, 76. Sailisaw. Roberts. Robbie. 76. Alius: Robinson. Jon. 75. Midwest City: Robinson, Robby. 76. Lillie Rock. Arkansas. Robinson. Rossle. 75. M.nnetonka, Mmneso ta: Robinson. Terry. 76. Tulsa: Rodgers. John. 75. Clinton; Romberg. Wesley. 75. Shawnee. Rosenberg. Cindy. 76. New Orleans. Louisiana Rosenthal. Cher), 76. Sioux City, iowj: Rowe. Debbie. 76. Nederland. Texas. Rowland. Mark. 76. Tulsa. Ruli. Brenda Carol. 76. Midwest City: Rum-loy. Lea. 76. Ada: Satamy. Paula Gayte. 76. Tulsa: Sampson. Richard Lynn. 76. Duncan; Sanders. Chariet, 76. Tahleouah: Sayre. Cathy, 76. Norman: Schad. Vicki. 7b. Tulsa; Schaftner. Cary Lee. 76. Oklahoma City Schmidt. Cart. 76. Okljhoma City. Schober, Greg. 76. Tulsa Sehoeilhorn. Bill. 76. Tulsa; Schopftin, Sarah. 76. Kansas City. Missouri: Schroeder. Pam. 76. Midnest City. Schultr. Unda. 76. Houston. Texas. SchuU. Diane. 75. Douglas; Schuman. Lynn. 76. Tulsa. Schweer. Windier. 76. Covington: Scott. Mark. 76. Bartlesville; Scrlnopskle, Ronald. 76. Topeka. Kjnsas: Seale. Sally. 76. Tulsa: Seefeldt. Jerry. 76. Oklahoma City; Sewell. Shelia. 76. Hcnryett.v Shaded. Ralph. 76. Oklahoma City; Sharp. Mary, ■ 76. TulsaShaub. Wendy, ‘76. Bartlesville. Sheett, Jer-old, '76. Oklahoma City: Shell. Steve, '76. Tulsa; Sheppard, Paula. '76. Fort Worth. Tew; Shirley. Shelley. '76. Elmore City. Shuller. Frank. '75. McAlester. Sickles. Don. '76. Norman; SI-gle. Vlanrt, '76. Ponca City; Simmons. Steve, '76, CorpusChristi. Texti. Simon, Floyd, Jr.. '76. Clinton: Small. Debbi. '76. Columbia. Missouri: Smith. Buna Lorraine. '76.Calvm; Smith. Doug. '76. Norman: Smith.Gordon L III, 76. Chattanooga. Tennessee: Smith. Mlko. '76. Midwest City; Smith. Pam. '76. Duncan; Smith, Steve. 76. Norman; Soldan, Nannette. 76. Del City Solo man. Steve. '75. Tulsa; Speck. Erick, '76. Snyder. Stansbury. Kevin. '76. Bartlesville Steed. Roger. '76. Shawnee. Steen. Kathy. "76. Norman; Steen. Michael. '76. Tulsa; Stein. Sharon. '76. Birmingham. Alabama: Stephens. Michael. '76. Norman; Stephens. Scott. '76. Oklahoma City. Stevens. Laurie. '76. Oklahoma City: Stevens. Scott. '75. Amarillo. Tew. Stevenson. Gary. 75. Tulsa: Stinson.Cindy. '75. Tulsa; Stockton. Donna, 76. Chesapeake. Vir. Stone. Jim. 76. Pryor; Stover. Peggy Catherine. 76. Oklahoma City; Stranathan, Lee. 75. Clovis. New Mexico; StreightoM. Jennifer, 76. Frankhn. Indiana. Strtngfleld. Mary Catherine. 76. Norman; Stuart. Don, 76. Duncan: Stump. Gayle. 76. Jonesboro. Arkansas; Styron. Steve. 76. Hobart; Suffield. Mary Ann, 76. Norman: Taylor, Anthony. 76. Ponca City; Taylor. Karen. 76. Conroe. Texas: Tays. Charles, 76, Enid; Teuscher. Peggy. 76. Edmond Thill. Leonard, 76. Bartlesville: Thomas. Debbie. 76. Tulsa: Thomas. John. 76. Oklahoma City: Thompson. David. 76. Duncan. Thompson. Pamela Kim. 76. Moore Thompson. Tim, 75. Oklahoma City. Thorpe. Curtis. 76. Brunswick. Maine; Tidwell. Seth. 75. Tulsa: Tiffany. Greg, 76. Bethany. Tlppent, Bud. 76. Lawton; Todd. Gary. 76. Ponca City; Tolson. Michael. 76. Lawton: Townsend. Kathy. 76. Tulsa; Trfckett, John. 76. Shreveport. Louisiana: Trigg. Marylee. 76. Oklahoma City; Truitt. Kathy. 76. Carnegie: Tucker. Danny. 76. Purcell. Tully. John. 76. Omaha. Nebraska. Turney.Charles. 76. Duncan: Ubecman. Jeanne. 76. Fort Worth. Texas; Van Arsdell. Simone. 76. Perry; Vandiver. Matthew. 76, Checotah; Van Os. Jill. 76. Shreveport. Louisiana: Vaughan. Doug. 76. Amarillo, Texas. Ve-le . Hilda. 76. Lawton: Venard. Mary. 76. Oklahoma City; Vine . James. Jr., 75. Oklahoma Cily. Vowell. Jeff. 76. Tulsa. Wadklns. Clark. 76. Norman; Waehler. Christa Anna. 76. Midwest City. Wagonseller. Becky. 76. Bowie, Texas: Wagstatf. Jeanne, 76. Chelsea: Walker. Dee Ann. 76. Lcvittown. Pennsylvania: Walker, Keith. 76. Broken Arrow. Walker, Marsha, 76. Oklahoma City. Walker. Orbert Wayno, 76. BOley.Wallace, Benjamin, 76. El Reno: Wallace. Patricia. 75. Tulsa: Walter. Jack. 76. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania: Walter . John D.. Jr..76. Tulsa: Walton. Judy, 76. Norman. Ward. Unton. 76, Norman; Ward. Robyn. 76. Oklahoma City: Watkins, Jack. 76. Richardson. Texas. Watton. Gary. 76. Skiatook: Watt. Wesley. 75. Stroud; Webb. Karen, 76. Ardmore: Webb. Stcvo. 76. Bartlesville; Wegor. John. 76. Tu’.sa: Welchbrodt. Randy. 76. Ardmore; Weller. Zara. 76. Paris. Texas: Weiner. Eric Lynn. • 76. Omaha. Nebraska. WeinmesMer, Vicki. 76. Oklahoma City: Weiss. Michael. 76. Oklahoma City. Wolch. Michael. 76. Norman; Weity. David, 76. Bar-tlCSVillc; Wesner. Mark Ronald, 76. Cordell; West. Leellee. 75. Tulsa: West. Torn, 75. Norman: Wost. Wavorty.75. Athens. Texas. Wetzel. Lea Ann. 76. Duncan: Wheeler. Debbie. 76. Tulsa: Whipple. Peter. 76. Midwest City; White. Cynthia. 76. GrandhclC; White. John Evans, 76. Memphis. Tennessee; White. Robert 76. Sapulpa; Whiteside. Diane. 76. Tulsa: Whitworth. MHodyc. 76. Altus. Wlcherley. Bruce. 76. Elk City: Willoniik. Nancy, 75. Pensacola. Florida: Wlllhauck. Megan, 76. Overland Park. Kansas: Williams, Charles. 75. Pryor: Williams. Grant. 76, Oklahoma City: Williams. Robert. 76. Spro: Willis. Gordon Rickoy, 76. Norman; Wilmoth. Judy. 76. Oklahoma City. Wilson. Curt. 76. Sapulpa: Wilson. John. 76 Oklahoma City: Witcratt. Chauncoy 8. Ill, 76. Pawhuska. Witt. Ronnie. 76. Duncan: Woelke. Joan. 76. Lompoc. California: Wolf.Gloria. 76 Altus: Wolfe. Jennifer. 76. Roswell, New Mexico: Woller. Kevin. 76. Lawton. Wood. Cindy. 76. Tulsa: Wood. Linda. 76. Ardmore. Woodard. Larry. 76. Dallas. Texas: Woodward. Doug. 76. Oklahoma City. Woody. Mlko. 76. McAiester; Worley.Tommy. 76. Mountain View, Worsham. Lit 76. Oklahoma City; Wright, Christie, 76. Oklahoma ty. Wright. Nicole. 76. Tulsa: Wright. Theresa. 75. Muskogee; Wright. Winifred. 76. Muskogee: Wynne. Dick, 76. Bartlesville: Wyrick. Rob-ort, 76. Atoka: Yount. Janet. 76. Oklahoma City. Zellgson. Dan. 76, Tulsa. Zukerman. Deb- by. 76. Rock Island. Illinois.A Abbott. Keith II — 49. 51.228 Abbrey.Chr.ill —204 Abet. Paula II - 75. 76.228 Abel. Stan I -30.61.62. 75 Abihider. Darlene II — 73.214 Abney. John II — 204 Abram . Joy II — 75. 76.219 Absheve. Shaun II — 116.118 Accountint Club 11 — 126 Acker. Neil I — 40 Acker. Ne.IW.ll— 158 Acree. Terry 11 — 49.214 Adair. Anona 11 — 200 Adair. J.m8.11 — 174. |77 Adair. Jim LII-33.214 Adair. Sue II-34 Adam . A Ivan I - 29. 30 58.59 Adam . Bob II —47 Adam . Bob II — 49.226 Adam . Bob II — 204 Adam Center President's Council 11-108 Adam . Jame 11—126.214 Adam . Jim II — 113 Adam . John II — 6.45.214 Adam . Ken 11—131 Addington. Jarotd II — 227 Adkm . David II — 55.228 Adkin . Gerald II — 228 Adkin . Martha II — 121 Agee. Steve II — 45.214 Agnew. Spiro T. S — 9 Agnew. Terry II — 43. 228 Air Force ROTCII- 164 Albert. Carl I — 11 Albert. James II — 228 Albert. Paul 11-57.58.228 Altxns. Miko II — 204 Albright. Russell II - 55.204 Alcorn. Steve II — 150.204 Alcouloumer. Er II — 118.129 Aldridge. Steve II— 143 Alexander. Ann II — 99.100. 104 Alexander. Gayle II — 219 Alexander. J m II — 43. 228 Alexander. John II — 43.139.223 Alexander. Lynn II — 228 All. Gerald II - 35.37.228 Altson. Virginia II — 75.76.227 Algwire. Bob I — 15 Alkm. Darla 11—110 Allan. Jim II— 135.214 Allbee. Barbara II — 204 Allen. Bril II — 29.228 Allen. Bruce Gordon II — 158.204 Allen.OavidW.il-25,167.214 Allen. Diane 11 — 81.82.204 Allen. Jame II — 63.214 Allen. Larry Martin II — 223 Allen. Mike II —63.64 Allen, Sam II —61 Allen. Steve 11 — 21 Allen. Terry C. 11 — 204 Aiie . Rod 11 — 132.142.223 Allgood. LeAnn II — 78.79.228 Alli on. Chuck 11—110 Alli on. Gary II —57.228 Aiinon. Janet R II — 110 Aiiiton. Mark I — 122. II — 17.228 Aiiticer. Richard II — 126 Alper. Diane II — 102.103.219 Alpha Chi Omega ll — 66 Alpha Epsilon Phi 11 - 70 Alpha Gamma Delta ll — 72 Alpha Phi II - 76 Alpha Phi Alpha II —13 Alpha Phi Omega 11 — 127 Alpha Sigma Phi II — 14 Alpha Tau Omega 11 — 16 Alquist. Mary Ann II — 96. 97. 121. 228 Alquiit. Sarah 11 — 219 Alspaugh. Betty II — 78. 79.96 219 A me. Rusty II —131 Ambrose. Martha II - 111.145 Ambruso. N.ck II - 49.51.227 Amburn. Thomas 11 — 214 Amburn Steven A. II — 131 Amend. Carolyn Ann 11 — 219 A men. Masoud II - 223 American Institute of Chemical Engineering 11 — 127 American Society of Civil Engineering II— 128 American Society of Mechanical Engineer ll — 128 Anaha. Cyril II — 139 Anctil. Danny II — 116 Andarake . Orake I — 40 Anderson. Debbie II — 219 Anderson. Debbie II — 78. 79 Anderson. Doug II — 228 Anderson. Jim II — 19 Anderson. Mark II — 118 Anderson. Meriame 11 — 96 Anderson. R J, 11—162 Andre . Sutanne II — 87.88.204 Andrew . Amour II — 200 Andrew . Carl II — 214 Andrew . Dull II — 29. 228 Angel Flight II- 167 An gut. Monica II - 78.79.204 Anna, Chris II — 109 Anneslay. Caren 11 — 219 An net ley. Thomas Lee II — 223 Anno. Penn i II — 87.88.204 Anlomotti. Chris 1 — 61 Apple. Gmny I - 74. 108:11-204 Archer. Eileen II — 119 Ard. Sieve II —33 Aria . Tony II —219 Argo. Jame II — 228 Armstrong. Andy II — 25. 204 Armstrong. Earl Taylor II — 225 Armstrong. Kathy II — 121.228 Armstrong. Linda II — 228 Armstrong. Loui A. II — 25 Armstrong. Nancy II — 87.88.219 Armstrong. Robert 11—157 Army ROTC 11-156 Arnail. Gayle ll — 94 Arnold Air Society 11—166 Arnold. DonF. II- 204 Arnold. Gary II —214 Arnold. Jerry I-40. II-17 Arnold. Randy II — 131 Arnold!. Jelfrey II — 204 Arrington. Cathy II — 66.67.228 Arterburn. Sherrie II — 78.79.80. 219 Art Science. College ol 11—185 Arwood. Naomi II — 70 Arre.AI 11-60.61.204 Ashcraft. Janet II — 112 Ashcraft. Pat II - 45 Aiher. M-ke II - 228 Aihford. Rick II — 64,149 Ashley. James II - 33.223 Aihlock. Michelle ll-81.82.204 Ashiock. Cheiic 11 — 34 Ash wood Tom II — 25.214 As worth. Irene II — 208. 219 As kin . Jan II - 66.67. 167. 204 Atchison. Robert II — 51 Atchley. Steve I — 35: ll — 228 Atlunson. Stew II — 143 Attaway. Bob ll — 6.25.204 Attaway. D k II — 25.214 Aubry. Chris I — 119: II - 78. 79. 139 Aunn. Fritz II - 55.204 Austin. Dave II — 63.64.219 Austin. Richard II - 35.37 227 Axelrod. Dwight M II — 63.64.214 Austin. Karl II - 109. 145 Au tm. Karyt II - 111 Avery. Bert II - 131 Axten. Jerry L. 11—121 Aycock. Steve ll —115 B Babt.st. Richard II — 19.21 Baccu . Duane II — 228 Baccu . Gary I — 41 Bachelor. Jana ll — 135 8acheior. Jane ll - 84.85.139. 167.219 Bacon. Charles II — 31. 204 Bacon. Chuck I — 119.122 Bacon. Nancy ll — 66.67.228 Badeen. RodneyS. 11—118 Badgett. Cheryl ll — 113 Badnnslu. Terry II — 17. 204 Baer. Jack I-41 Baggett. Anna Lou ll — 109 Baggett. Sen. Bryce 1—12 Bailey. Bob II — 29.228 Bailey. Chern II — 228 Bailey. D. Mike 11-228 Bailey. J.m ll - 39.228 Bailey. Lindsay II — 204 Bailey. Steve II - 57.58.169.204 Baity. Gary I-41: II-57 Bam. Melinda II — 225 Baird. Diane ll —219 Baird. m 11 — 119 Baker. Andy II — 118 Baker. Barbell - 87.88.219 Baker. Ben ll - 55.204 Baker. Bob II-25.214 Baker. Fred II —45 Baker House 11 — 115 Baker. Julie II —34 Baker. Ken II - 109 Baker. Marilyn II — 75. 76.228 Baker. Randy II- 121.204 Batcer. Carta 11—115 Baldridge. Rhonda II - 111.145 Baldwin. Bill II—109.152 Baldwin. Gary II - 60.61.214 Baldwin. Joe II — 35.37.204 Baldwin. Mark II - 60.61.204 Balser. Alan Wayne II — 143 Ball. Blair I — 35: II — 228 Ball. Cathy II- 166 Ballard. Oiedra I - 108; II — 9 Baiiof. Oavid II — 17.228 Bambretl. fbek 1 — 41 Bandy. B4I11 — 21 Bandy. Carl Scott II —219 Bane. Mary t. II - 204 Bang . John II —57.214 Bang . Ike ll —58 BankvDougll — 47.228 Bank . Karen 11 — 96 Bank . Vicki II- 104.219 Bannister. Glenn I — 37 Banta, Jim 11-43. 214 Baptist. Richard 11 — 214 Barcellos. Frank II — 228 Bardnell. Laurie II - 75.76. 219 Barger. Gary II — 219 Barghot . Steve II- 19.21.204 Bar lies. Bob I — 117 Barnard. Craig II — 45.204 Berne . Dennis I — 116 Barnet. U a II - 84.85.228 Barnes. Stephen Roy II — 118.228 Barnet. Tom II— 166 Barnett. Beth Anita ll — 115.153 Barnett. Cathy II — 90.91.214 Barnett. Charles 11—13.219 Barnett. Charlotte 11 — 8 Barnett. Debbie II - 90.91.219 Bernhard. Bill II - 49.51.214 Barnhart. Terri II — 109 Bemtwll. Larry II — 161 Bamh4i. Meno II — 84.85.219 Barnhill. Monty II — 55 Barnhill. Roger II — 161 Barnoikie. Gary I — 40 Barn . Debra Kay II — 204 Baron. Stephen II — 214 Barr. Ronald II —143.223 Bar race. Joseph II — 17.204 Barry. Frank II — 55.228 Bartel. Jecque II — 75. 76.225 Bartel. J. Michael II — 159 Barthel. Roger 11 — 58.214 Bartlett. M hael II - 228 Barton. J. Stevell —223 Barton. Mike ll — 57.58.204 Bart on. Wayne II — 128 Bertridge. Albert II — 171 Baraellone. Steve II — 166 Basham. Thomas II — 131.158 Ba han, Oorah 11—131 Boslcv. David II — 110 Basoto. Nancy 11—129 Bass. Jan II- 13a Bassett. Lou Beth ll - 81.82. 204 Bassett. Renee I — 119: II — 81. 82.167.204 Besurey. Tom ll — 201 Batchelor. Laurie 11-51.87.88. 219 Bate. Gayle Cheryl II — 228 8ete . Angela ll — 13.111 Bate . Bob II— 191 8etet.Gaiail —13. Ill Bates. R hard I — 118: II - 21 Batet.RP.il —25.214 Batton. Leslie ll - 96.97.228 Battiato. John 11 — 47 Battles. Karen II — 87.88.145. 204 Bauer. Jan II-99. 100.228 Bauer. Jody II-99. 100204 Baumert. Charles II — $7.169. 214 Baxtcr.Bobll —49.214 Baylor. Kntsa II — 96.228 Beynton. Barr I —71 Beagle. Nancy II - 87.88.204 Beale. Tedde ll — 78.79.228 Beall. Ltc Michael H. II — 157 9 talya. Stanley G. II — 161 Beames. Barbara II — 99.100.225 Beams. Bill 11—149 Beam . Bond II — 55.214 Beam . Cheryl 11-131 Beard. Ken II- 19.21.225 Beasley. V ki II - 72. 73.219 Beason. Pamela 11 — 137 Beatson. Bran I — 61 Beattie. David II —31.219 Beatty. William II— 109 Bechtold. Patti ll — 99.100.228 Beck. Oawd II - 35.37.229 Becker. Cmdy II - 90.91.229 Becker. Kathy II - 84.85.204 Becker. Roberta II — 112.204 Begin. Chuck II — 19.21.143.214 Bcicek. Grant Wesley ll — 143. 223 Beicik. Debbie II— 109.113 Beil. David 1 — 116 Ben, Duane II — 145 Ben. Eugene II—128 Ben. Georgia ll — 153.219 Bell. Mike II —219 Bell. Mike II — 126 Bell. Mike II — 135 Bell. Rena II — 13 8eii. Robert ll — 149 Bell. Wanda II - 72.73.204 8elyeo. SCM Joseph D. 11—157 Benge. Paula ll-81.82.229 Bengston. Claudia 11 — 229 Bennett. Curtis II — 117.118 Bennett. Edwin II — 227 Bennett. James II — 14 Bennett. Steve II - 33.229 Bennett. Terry II — 166.204 Benson. John II — 29.225 Berg. Bob I — 40:11—17 Berger. Sheryl Lynn 11 — 219 Bergey. Michael I — 65: II — 229 Bergman. BiM 11—148 Berlin. Larryll — 214 Berman. Dave II — 141 Berger. Sheryl II-69.70 Bernard. Susan II - 69.70.228 Bernert. Martm II — 226 Bernhard. 8ets ll - 99.100.204 Bernhardt. Lull —99.100 Bernhardt. Valerie I - 197: II — 153. 227 Berry. Charlene II —90.91.105. 229 Berry. Diane II - 90.91.219 Berry. Gary I — 116 Berry. Joel II — 108. 229 8erry. Robert 11 — 39 Berry. William L. II— 159 Berrytuu. Leslie II— 106 Bertalan. Patti II — 8.81.82.152. 227 Berg. Bob I — 40 Bergey. Mike I — 65 Bergman. Bill II— 148 Besendfelder. Ed II — 131 Beta Gamma Sigma ll — 129 Beta Theta PI II — 20 Betow. Gary II - 144.229 Bickford. Bruce II — 19.21.214 Bickford. Susan II - 48.84.85. 204 Bigbie. Judy II —81.82.219 B.llmgs. Bryan —25.204 Billing . Kim II — 229 Bilimgsiey. Grant II — 25.142.204 Bmgman. Bradd II - 55.214 Bmgman. Brian II — 55.229Bingman. Marvin II — 160 Binkley. Elam ll-?29 Binkley. Bink II — $$. 2ft Bird. Or. Robert II — 193 Birkttt. Tom II-164.166 Bishop. Andy ll — 19.21.214 Bishop. Charlie II —153 8ishop.Garyll-26.229 Bishop. Larry 11 — 15 Bishop. L. 0.11 -149 Bishop. Tom II— 152 BJnell Housed-110 BjOflmg. Dal II-47.204 BlKk. Gary II-60.61.214 BlKkM.kfll-55.204 BlKk Sidney II-145 BlKkW.iiiamE.il -204 BlKkburn. Karen II - 84.85,219 BlKkburn. Mary 11-229 BlKkman. Brocell - 55.214 Blades. Brenda 11-204 Blair. Harnett II-72.73.225 Blair. Margaret Anne — 204 Bla.r. Randy II-127.223 Blair, Steve H — 121 Blake. Sharon II- 14$ Blakely. Martha Ann II - 96.97. 173.204 Blalock. Christy II- 10.66.67. 229 Blalock. Patti II - 34.84.85.229 Blanchard. Jo II-81.82.229 Blankenship. Jack 11—166 Bla er. Laurie 11 — 164.167 Bledsoe. George II — 151 Bledsoe. Lois II - 201 Bledsoe. Robert Wesley II - 229. 150 Blend. Susan II — 121.229 Blette. Phil II-119 Blevin. 0»Ck II — 57.58.229 Bley. John II-164.166.223 Blissett. Or. Charles W. II - 194 Blossom. Tereso II — 66.67.204 8loyd.Caryll-19.21.223 8lue. Ann II — 201 B'nal B'rlth HUM Foundation II - 129 Boatright. Ed. II — 25.214 Bodenhamer. Mark I — 35: II — 121 Bod.n.Jelll-40 Bod-ne. Dorothy II — 87.88.145. 204 8odine. Tomll-47.229 Boettcher. Mike II - 55.229 Boggs. Sarah II — 229 8ohncn. Rick II— 153 Bohvick.Guyll — 169 Bolain. Diana II —219 Bolen. Leslie II-87.219 Boler. Jeanette II - 99.100.229 Bolinger, Mark II — 35.37.229 Bolt. Allen II-214 Bolt. Judy II- 152 Bolt. Mike II-57 Bolton. Gary 11-6.17.18.214 Bond. Gary II — 19. 229 Bonenberger. Jean II — 229 Bonner. Bill II- 17.18.214 Bonner. Cheryl 11 — 87.88.219 Bonner. Lisa II — 119 Bonneiie.Keilhll-214 Boono. Bill II — 60 Booth. Oanny I — 145 Booth. Sherry II— 111 Boots. Drttxc II - 87,88.227 BorofSky. Michael — 116 Borreo. James II —135.143.214 Bos. Michael Vandcn II - 48 Bost. Robert K, II -164 Boston. Debra II-121 Boucher. Bill I-61 8oughan. Banter II - 55.214 Boughan, 8ena II — 81.82.204 Boulton. Ganna 11 — 8.55.78.79. 219 Bounds. Bin II -128 Bounds. Steve II— 166 Bouska. Merman II — 63.64.204 Bova. Richard I — 51 Bowers. Julie I —102. II - 90.91. 219 Bowers. Shan II — 84.85.229 Bowersox. Jim II —43 Bowersox. Phil II — 43 Bowtes. Jim I —71 Bowles. Scott II —117,118.173 Bowling. Barbara II — 84.85.229 Bowling. Debb e II - 84.85.229 Bowman. Nancy II — 10.72.73. 109 Bow er. Gary II — 113 Boyd. Janet II — III Boyd. Nancy Leo II —229 Boyd. Tom I — 9 Boyd. Trey II-17 Boyle. 8arb.irall- 112.204 8oylf. Clyde A. II — 229 Boyle. Sharon 11 — 81.82 Boytes. Jamie II —150 Boyles. Jay II-15.214 Boyles. Kay II — 72.73.74.225 BoyH. Janie II — 66.67.219 Bracklem. Lou II-90.91 Braden. Fred II-17.219 Braden. Patr.c.a Kay II - 204 Bradford. Reagan II — 63.64. Bradley. Roger 11—166 Bradshaw. Barry II -229 Bradshaw. Kim II — 94 Bradshaw. Lew II— 145 Bradshaw. V.ck.e II - 93.94.229 Bradway. Deborah D. II — 204 8rady. Barry I —41 Brady. Mike II-57.58.204 BraecUm. Lou II — 219 Brahaney. Tom I — 23.40 Branard. Sydney II — 75.76.219 Braly. Mack II — 181 Bramlett. Bobby II - 55.214 Brandenberger. Bill — II — 119 Brandon. Gary II — 35. 37.214 Brandi. John II — 131.139 Brandt. Ronald 11 — 214 Branham.Robll-17.219 Brantley. Charles K, II — 141.158. 169.204 Brantley. Kathy Jane ll — 229 Brantley. Norman II — 169 Brantmler. Marshall II — 25.204 Branlmcier. Sandy 11 — 66 Branum.AIII— 111 Breatwit. John 1 — 29 Brcece. Oavid I — 61 Brcecc. Gary I — 61 Brcece. Jim I —61 Brcece. Stephen I —61 Breen. Michel II — 122 Brennen. George I — 35 Bretches. Bill II — 64.204 Brett. Tom R 11—181 Brewer. Cathy II — 149. 152 Brewer. Wilson 11—13 Bndgett. J mes 11-223 Bndgett. Leanna K. II -204 Briggs. Randall II- 35.37.229 Briley. Jeff 11 — 31 Brill. Oebby II—111 Brill. Stephanie ll -229 Brink. Ken 11-29.223 Brmkley. Alan II — 2$. 204 Brinkley. Cliine II — 87.88 Brinson. Don II —121 Briscoe. Clark 11 — 214 Briscoe. Cliff H-190 Britain, Richard II — 60.61.214 Brittain. Bobby ll—121 Brittendom. Carla 11—144 Brittl. Dennis 11—129 Broce.Dr. To mil — 144.177.183 Brock Tom 11—113 Brockhaus. Katherine If-93.94. 204 Broddaus, Goodwin Jr. II —181 Bromley. Wayne ll — 214 Bronson. Carol II — 113 Brook. Harry I - 116 Brooks. Rebecca ll - 81.82.219 Brooks Housed - 110 Brooks. Shcrryll —229 Bross. Ron 11 — 64 Browers. Debbie I — 104.11 — 81. 82.121.144.150.229 Brown.AnnG. 11—112 Brown.Arerailll — 13 Brown. Bill II — 151 Brown. Bob II — 53 Brown. Bradford II — 229 Brown. Cathy II - 53.78.79.161. 219 Brown. Courtney 11—166 Brown. David 8. II - 55.169.229 Brown, David W. II —118 Brown. Deanna II — 229 Brown. Deborah II - 229 Brown. Dunne 11 —93.94.134. 204 Brown. Gary II—19.151 Brown, Grant II — 214 Brown. Harry II— 164 Brown. Dr. Homer 11—141 Brown. Dr. Horace B. 11-186 Brown. Ilinda II — 204 Brown. Ke th II-113 Brown. Kimberly II — 90.91.205 Brown. Lmda II — 205 Brown. Lmda D. II —205 Brown. Lee Courtney 11 — 214 Brown. Mike II-55.229 Brown. Monte ll — 57.58.205 Brown. Nancy A. 11 — 113 Brown. Nathan 11—17 Brown. Pam II — 75.76.219 Brown. Paula II — 87.88.229 Brown. Ro t II — 143 Brown. Shadow II — 84.85.205 Brown. Van II-214 Brown. Dr. William 11—193 Browne. Blame T. II — 205 Browne. Debbie II —219 Browne. Gary II —43 Browwng. Dave II — 25.229 Brown mg. Kathryn II — 90.91 Browmng. Robert 11 — 205 Browning. Rodney 11—128 Bruce. Charles II-139 Brumage. Mary II — 93. 94.229 Brumley. Butch 11-64 BrunHte.Patll-55.229 Brunsteter. Leslie ll—99.100. 205 Brunsteter. Lu II - 99.100.205 Bryan. Palrtcia II— 205 Bryant. Gary II—129 Bryant. Nat II-229 Buchanan. Dennis I — 40 Buchanan. Jeannie II— 171.177 Buchanan. Kyle II— 14 5 Buchanan. Patty II — 49 Buchanan. Thomas Kay II — 225 Buckles.Wardll-149 Buckholts. Buck II - 60.61.214 Buckley. Joni II-34 But tinmen. Rebecca II - 229 Bullard. Sue II—49.51 Bumpas. Anthony II — 19.21.229 Bumpus. Mike II - 35.37.205 Bunch. Dtbi II-84.85.205 Bunge. Paul I—40 Bunney. Mike II — 33.205 Bvnney. Susan II - 96.97.299 Bunting. Steve II -127.153.205 Bunt . Paul II — 23.205 Burden. Mary Ann II — 205 Burget. Grant I - 40.44 Burp. Qtwd II-49.51.215 Burke. Byron 11—43.215 Burks. Russell I —29 Burkett. Jim II -25.215 Burkhart. Mike II - 57.58.205 Burman. Steve II — 205 Burner. Sieve II — 33.205 Burnett. Leland II-126 Burnett. Louis 11 — 215Burnett. Mike II —19.21 Burnt. Dorothy 11—113 Burnt. Tommy II — 35.37.229 Burns-d . Rhonda II — 152 Burr. David II — 183 Bu ri . Kathy II — 96.97.205 Burton. Belinda II — 201 Burton. Dane II — 112 Burton. Jan II —66.67.219 Burton. Sharon Lynn II — 229 Butchmi. Maryann II — 229 Bush. Bill 11—150 Buth. Lyndell II — 194 Buthyhead. Candy II — 96.97. 229 Buttell. Paul II — 203 Butcher. Paul II — 6.24.25.171. 215 Bute. SFC Wayne L. 11—157 Butenschoen. Jamet I — 116; II — 173.174 Butler. Brian 1—67 8utler. Mike II —136 Butner. Barbara II — 110.144 Butler. Janie II — 112 Butler. John II — 149.152 Butterfield. Gary II — 55. 215 Buttram. Penny II — 140 Buttram.Prcston II —61.229 Buzbce. John P. I — 74 Bymgton. Rott II — 31 Byler. Steve II — 113 Byrd. Tom 11 — 60 Byrne. Kathy II — 66.67.215 8yrne. Tom II — 25.229 c Cable. Bruce II —39 Cadieux. Cathey 11—111 Cadwell. Mark II — 53 Cattey. Christy II — 96.97 Cairns. Steve ll — 39 Calaran. Chandra 0 an II — 205 CaldweU. Lisa 1—98 Caldwell. Margaret 11 — 93.94, 219 Caldwell. Mel.nda II — 220 Caldwell. Robin II — 78. 79.229 Caldwell. William David II — 226 Cale. Larry II -49.51.229 Callaghan. Francis 11 — 215 Callaghan. Sandra Lee II — 205 Callard. Jeff I — 61.63. II — 142 Callaway. Kelly 11 — 229 Callihan. Mark II — 19.21 Calonkey. Steve I - 40; II — 55. 215 Cameron. Claude II- 17.229 Campbell. Bob II — 6.60.61.215 Campbell. 8ruce II - 113.173. 229 Campbell. Cathy II — 227 Campbell. Danne II — 75. 76.167. 205 Campbell. Donna II — 173 Campbell. Greg il — 144 Campbell. Janet II — 94.111 Campbell. Jim II — 23.35.37. 205.223 Campbell. M.ke II — 23.215 Campbell. Pat II — 19.21.205 Campbell, Paula II —96 Campbell. Robert II — 55.225 Campbell. Sara 11-84.85.220 Camp. Karen ii — 108 Campo. N k 11 — 33.215 Canavan. John II — 118 Candall. Cinda II — 70 Candler. Lee II — 87.88.205 Canepa. Chrit II — 55.215 Canfield. Tom II — 47.215 Cantrell. Beau II — 19.21 Cantrell. Ramtey II — 23.127 Cantrell. Thomat I — 35 Capeharl. Carolyn II— 173 Capoot. Mike II - 49.51.223 Capoitoii. John I — 51 Cappt. Robert II — 144 Carder. David II — 60.229 Cargile. Ann II — 87.88.229 Carle. Susan II—84.85.109.229 Carlton, Jane II — 55 Carlton. Judy II - 81.82.205 Carlton. Roger II — 33.215 Carlyle. Rotcmary II — 205 Carnet. Chariot II - 17.205 Carney. Mary Ann II —93.94. 205 Carpenter. Janet II — 115 Carr. Ronnie II— 113.229 Carr. Scott II— 164. 166. 224 Carr. Terry II —43 Carreli.Or. Bob II— 177 Carrington. Mt. Betty II — 49. 51 Carroll. Bob 11—15.229 Carroll. John I — 30. 40 Carruth. David II— 152 Corry. Jamet II — 57.58.229 Ca rton. John 11 — 15.225 Carton. Nancy II — 226 Carton. Spence II — 25.230 Carter. Charlet II — 127.224 Carter. Gary I —40 Carter. Kathie II — 230 Carter. Randy II —25.215 Carter. Sherry J. 11-205 Cart mill. Randy II —29 Catebeer. Michael II — 230 Catey. Audrey II — 152.227 Cath, Kathy II — 99. 100.116. 121.230 Cattaway. Donna II — 109 Cattody. Connie II — 113.230 Cattody. Janet II — 111.227 Catteet. Rick I — 41 Cattm. Jenny 11 — 8.93.94.95. 220 Cattle. Glen I —37 Cate Center Pretldent't Council II -109 Catet. Sutie II — 78. 79.205 Coufietd. Derm n ll — 23 Cavanaugh. Candi II — 225 Cavanaugh. Oemae ll — 84.220 Cavanaugh. Linda I — 71: II — 8. 66.67.205 Cavanaugh. Sarah II — 66.220 Cayce. Mike II —230 Cearing Roberta II — 230 Celiino. Linda Sue ll — 230 Cermak. Ernie II — 15.215 Chaffin. Carol Ann 11 — 220 Chamberlain. Carol 11 — 94 Chamberlin. Mark II — 33.205 Chandler. Albert I — 23.41.46; ll -13.215 Chandler. Cheryl II - 69.70.129. 205 Chandler. Cindy I — 122:11 — 66. 67.220 Chaney. Pam ll — 220 Chang. Sue ll - 109 Chapman. Beverly ll — 121 Chapman. David 11 — 135 Charlet. Marian E. II —205 Cheatham. Patty 11—96.97.121. 230 Cheatham. Richard 11 — 215 Cheek. Barry I — 67 Cheetham. Rick II- 143 Chen. Betty II - 205 Cheney. Ann ii — 90.91.92,230 Chcnoweth. Carla I — 111: II — 8. 84.85.135.139.140.220 Cherry. David II — 57.205 Cherry. Jelfrey Lee II — 205 Cherry. Steve ll — 152 Chetnut. Chuck II — 19.215 Chett.Davell —25.205 Chett. Greg II — 15.215 Chi Omega II — 78 Ch.let. Debbie ll — 87.88,205 Chitholm. Jim II —33.215 Chrthoim. John I — 116 Chitwood. John ll — 215 Chivert. Mary Lee II - 81.82.230 Choate. Mark II-25. 205 Chrichlow.H B.ll —143 Christensen. 8ruce II — 230 Chrittenten. Oavid ll — 55.230 Chrlttenten. Jamet 11 — 127 Chritty. Nancy I — 107:11 — 53. 96.97.98.150.205 Chrr. Bryan II — 19.21.142.205 Chung Melanie II — 110.230 Church. Scott II—17.205 Churchill. Randy II — 53.215 Clabes. Blair II —60 Clark. Alvin W. 11—158 Clark. Anne II — 81.82.220 Clark. Christie ll — 96.97.220 Clark. Ellen ll —144 Clark. F. Donald ll — 190 Clark. Kent ll — 55.230 Clark. Mel II—17.138 Clark. Nancy II — 81.82.205 Clark. Robert M. II - 205 Clark. Ted II — 144 Clark. Wilbur II— 138 Clarkton. John 11 — 33 Claunch. Tony 11 — 60.61.215 Clautmg Mary I — 119.122; II — 8.87.88.205 Claxton. Stephanie II — 51 Claybaugh. Randr II — 72.73.205 Clay-Baugh. Vicki II — 72 Claybon. John 11 — 215 Clear. Terry il - 17.230 Cleary. Oon ll — 39.215 Cleary. Michael ll — 47 Cleiry. Tom II —39 Clements. Kim ll — 84.85.230 Clemons. John ll — 57.205 Clemmons. John 11 — 58 Cienney. Louise ll — 113 Cleveland. Vic ll — 176 Click. Larryll —33.215 Clifton. Reed II — 33.34.230 Cline. Bobbe Susan ll — 75.76. 109.230 Cline. Daryl ll - 47.119.230 Clinesm.th. Barbara II — 81.82. 176.220 Clinktcaiet. Karen Sue ll — 220 Clinton. Rick 11 — 45.215 Cloud. Bin II — 49.51.230 Cloud. W.llie ll — 150 Clow. Jett II —57.58.230 Cluck. T.m 11 — 55.215 Coatney. Chuck I — 67 Cobbt. Jim II — 45.230 Cochran. Gaytcne II — 62 Cochran. Glen 11 — 17.230 Cockrum. Karen II — 230 Coco. Jack 11 —33.225 Cody. Harvey 11 — 39 Coffin. Pr.solla II — 78. 79. 230 Coffman. Lou Ann — 66.67.230 Cogburn. Jeff II — 17 Coggins, Becky II — 78. 79.230 Cohen. Judy II — 69. 70.205 Cohen. Sutan II - 102.103.230 Colbert. Bob ll — 63.64.65.116. 230 Colbert. Cindy ll — 81.82. 230 Colbert, Floyd I — 40 Coldiroo. Brent 11—215 Cole. Elaine 11 — 51 Cole. Michael II — 19.21.205 Cole. M.ke 11 — 153 Cole. Timothy II — 129 Cole.Valar.ell — 109.112 Cole. Victoria Lynn II — 230 Coleman. 8renda II — 109.112. 205 Coleman. Louis 11 — 230 Coley. Relda II — 140.220 Collins. Bill 11 — 31.226 Collins. Carolyn I — 103: ll — 34. 81.82.215 Collins. Gary Lee II - 118.230 Collint. Terr. II —90.91.230 Colt Jr„S. B. II— 162 Cottharp. Debby II — 152 Colvert. 80bll — 63 Cohert. Caren II — 84.85. 116. 230 Cohrert. Gwen II — 8.205.150 Combi. Doug It — 57.58.205 Combt. Jody II — 13 Como. Glen I —41 Compton. Larry II — 145 Compton. Lee II —215 Comstock. Vicki ll — 75.76.220 Cone. V k. II — 109.230 Confom. Peter ll — 152 Conn. Sue 11 — 78.79.220 Conner. Alan 11 — 25.215 Conner. Jeff II -25.230 Conner. Susan II — 87.205 Connor. Bob I — 65 Conroy. Harry P. 11 — 181 Conttantiket. J m ll — 108.144 Conyers. Bill II — 35.37.205 Coody. Reed 11 — 230 Cook. Bill II—19.21.215 Cook. Caren II — 96.97. 105.230 Cook. Eileen II-72. 73.230 Cook. Marry II — 127.149.226 Cook. Harold ll —25.215 Cook. Jamet II — 215 Cook. Kim I-37 Cook. Marie I — 122: ll — 66.67. 205 Cook. Max ll —25.215 Cook. Michaeiil — 215 Cook. Michael Lee ll — 230 Cook. Paul II — 144. 230 Cook. Beggie ll — 150.230 Cook. Stave II — 72. 73.205 Cooley. Pam I — 103; ll — 84.85. 230 Coombs. Oavid ll — 17 Cooper.. Bob ll —47.224 Cooper. Gene Leroy II — 220 Cooper. Mindy II — 69.70.230 Cooper. Nancy I — 104: ll — 62. 99.100.160.230 Cooper man. M.ke II — 55.205 Coor. Bryar 11 — 39 Cope. Martha ll —112 Coppenger. Connie I — 94:11 — 111 Coppler. Gerald II-220 Cordell. Jean II — 75. 76.225 Cordell. M.ke II —31.230 Cordigan, Chris 11—173 Cordray. Allen 11-215 Corley. Stevo II—45.230 Corneilson. Peggy ll — 220 Corp. Randy II — 47.230 Cotby. Karen II — 81.82.205 Cotkey. B. J. II — 48. 75.76.220 Costello. Janet ll — 84.85.205 Cotton. Richard II — 49.51.150. 224 Cottrell. Donna ll — 145 Couch. Randy ll — 6.55. 224 Couch. Ricky II-55.215 Coulter. Chris II — 87.88. 205 Counts. Steve ll — 55.230 Cousins. Joel ll - 129 Cowan. Jill Larkin ll - 220 Cowan. Kathleen II - 121. 230 Cowhey. Dennis 11—39 Cowley. Mary t —99 Cox. Bridge 11-55.215 Cox. Caye II —81.82. 149.220 Cox. Jell II — 118 Cox. Mary II-220 Craig Jeff II—149 Craig Carol II-78. 79.225 Craig Kevin ll — 55.230 Craig Tom I — 35; II - 32 Crain. Renee 11 — 140.225 Crain . Russ ll — 18 Crawtord. Lester II — 173.174. 230 Crawl ord. Rayma II — 78.79.205 Crawtord. Russell II — 149 Crawtord. Wanda E. II — 205 Creedon. Tim II — 49.51.205 Creel. Bill II — 19.215 Creel. Kathy ll - 90.91.230 Crenshaw. Karen II — 205 Crews. Darryl II —57.215 Crisom. Lynn 11 — 152 Crocker. Pa mala II — 202 Crockett. Carol II - 99.100.205 Croisant. Kirby II— 17.230 Cronenwett.W.T.II— 139 Crosby. Halil II — 13.230 Cross Center II — 114 Cross Center Presidents Council II -114.115 Cross. Kenneth II — 110.173 Crossland. 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Sue Ann 11—115 Daw. Bobby II — 127.225 Dawes. Arlene II — 113 Dawkins. Margaret II — 84.85. 230 Dawson. Beverley II — 116.206 Day. Nelson II - 128 Dayton. Scott II — 57.58.206 Dayvauit. Oave II — 33.230 Deal. Dwight I — 61 Dean. John II - 183 Oean, Tuily II — 25. 230 DeAngeio. Don II — 17.206 Deaton. Donald 11 — 39.206 Deaton. Henry Jr. II — 230 Deck. Cheryt II — 78.79.206 Decker. Patricia II — 230 0 Claire. Jim II — 33.34.215 Deener. Ellyn 11—129.220 Deese. Keywood II — 90.91.215 DeGiusti. Sherry II — 206 Oe Jarnctte. John III II — 47.230 Devon ey. Jan II — 104 Delta Delta Delta II —82 Delta Gamma II — 84 Delta Kappa Epsilon 11-22 Delta Sigma Theta II — 104 Delta Tau Delta 11-24. 105 Delta Uptllon 11 — 28 Oennmg. Entity II - 99.100.230 Ocnmng. Jell II— 17 Ocnnstedt.Sara Elizabeth II — 230 Ocnny. Alan II — 113 Ocnson. Burba 1 — 51 Denson. Paula 11 — 93.94.227 Denton. Paula II — 220 Derdyn. Pat 11—17 Ocrdeyn. Mike I — 116: II — 132 Dcrebery. Jenniler II — 109 Dernoncourt. 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Kathleen II — 78.80.209 Limbocker. leann II — 87.88.221 Undenberg Edwin 11 — 217 Lindgren. Steve I — 67 Lindhorn. Phil :ip II — 221 Lindtey. Pam II - 96.98.234 Lindsay. Ed II - 127 Lindsay. Winston II — 127 Lindsey. Dennis III II - 217 Lindsey. Joy II — 78.80.234 Lindsey. Steve II— 121 Linn. Chris II — 209 Lipmslu. Linda II — 99.100.209 Uppers. Barbie II — 90.92. 209 Lippman. Pat I — 119; II — 113. 200 Lisle. Kenny II —21 Lisle. Mark 11 — 21.234 Utteral. Jack II- 15.217 Little. Kathryn Theresa II — 234 Littlefield. Kirk 11 — 64 Uttieheld. Maggie II — 87.88.221 Uttieheld. 0. Juan.ta II — 113 Livermore. Mary I — 102. II — 8.9. 87.88.221 Uvmgston. Betty II — 99. 100. 234 Lloyd. Frederick II - 108 Lloyd. LeRoy II — 201 Lobrecht. Gene 11 — 25 Loch. Annette II — 127 Loekard. Rob II — 19.21.234 Loekheart. Helen || — 99.100.226 Loebel. Fulton 1 — 51 Lotare. Mary E. II-209 Lollin. Sloth II - 25. 26.209 Loltin. RobinII —113 Lottis. John II—143 Logan. Bill II —209 Logan. David II — 55.56.234 Logan. Deborah II — 129 Logan. Gary II — 43 Logan. Mark II-51.224 Logsdon. Bill II —57.58.217 Lohr. Nelson II — 209 Lombard. Dr. Larry II — 126 Lonergan. Pat II — 112 Long. Bob II-56.209 Long. Debbie II-96.98.234 Long. John David II — 226 Long. Les II — 29.234 Long, Lucy 11—111 Long. Philis II — 84.86.227 Long. Steve II - 25. 26. 33.209. 234 Longholer. Vicki II — 234 Longley. Ross II — 6.53.209 Loomis. Court II — 60.61.217 Lorenz. Bobby I — 40 Lorett. Danll— 113 Losey. Jeanette II — 82.83.209 Losinger. Alan 11—118 Lott. Tamara Dawn II — 234 Love. Phyllis II —221 lOvm.Odessi-31.51.S2 Lovmg Cohn I — 145: II - 39.226 Low. Linda 11 — 48 Lowber. Becki II — 226 Lowe. James 8.11—181 Lowe. Linda 11-94.95.217 Lower. Gary I — 69 Lowery. Steven II — 234 Loy. Claud.a 11-96.98.105.234 Loy. Tom II — 25.26.209 Loyd. Mickey 11 — 66.68.221 Lubersohane. Marianne 11—140 Lubin. Debra II — 70 Lucas. Gayle II - 48.84.86.209 Looker. Liz II —112 Lucki. Tony I — 61 Luckowitch. Kathy II — 234 Luckowski. Jeannie 11 — 119 Lukeman. David II — 25.26.217 Lukken, Dane II — 87.88.226 Lukowitch. Kathy II - 88.89. 113 Lum. Hung It — 15.224 Lum. King II — 144 Lund. Jeff 11 — 61.62.234 Lunday. Jeff II — 56.234 Lunger. Colonel Raymond R. II — 157.159 Lundquist. David I — 37 Lundquist. Mark 1 — 41 Ludwig. Steve I —41 Lupt on. Carol 11 — 96 Lurks. Jeanetteli— 112 Lutz. Rick II-25.26.234 Luzzi.Gusll —151. 166.169 Lyle. Unda 11-94 Lyman. Caron II — 134 Lynch. Debra Ann 11 — 221 Lynn. David I — 65 Lynn. Guy II-53.234 Lynn. Jim I —71 Lynn. Owen II-43.234 Lynn. Susy II-90.92.234 Lyons. Mark II - 17.18.118.234 M Mabry. Jeff I-41 Mabry. PhillipII- 234 Mack, Gayle II- 145 Mackey. Sue II — 10.99. 100.144. 234 Mackie. Laura II — 119.139 Macklln, Andy II — 15.135 Madeod. John I — 29.30.59.75 Madden. Mike II- 15.217 Maddux. Bill II — 56.234 Maddux. Lester II — 55 Mader. Kathleen II-221 Madison. Stephen II — 56.209 Madson. Michelle II— 66 Maerker. Patricia II — 88.89.234 Magnus. Susie II —55 Maguire. James P. II — 110 Mahafley. Gregory II — 226 Mahn. Ronald II —234 Mahone. David II — 57.209 Majid. Joanna S. II —112 Maiors. Bill II — 143 Makns. Jim II —51 Malasttock. Jan II - 70. 71.234 Male. Mary II —112 Malkey. DavidII—143 Malone. Kathleen II — 72.73.108 234 Malone. Rosemary II — 99. 100 167.209 Malone. Sharon II — 73.74. 162 209 Malone. Sheila 11—144.234 Maloney. Gina 11—13.104 Maloney. Virgena 11 — 228 Mamlm. Bonnie II — 70.221 Manahan. Sandy 11 — 66 Mandeli. Marci II — 234 Manley. Mark II —228 Manley. Sherry II —221 Manley. Stephanie L. II — 115 Mann. Arleen II — 102.103.221 Mann. Judy Carol II-221 Mann. Lisa II—70 Mann. McKinley Monroe II II — 234 Mann, M« sse 11—144.234 Manner. Rick I — 116:11—139 Manning. Carolyn 11—110 Manning. Danny II — 234 Manning. Katie Lou II — 66.68. 234 Manning M h«e II — 94.95.209 Mansfield. Patricia II—121 March. John II — 55.56.226 March. R k II — 37.118. 234 Marcuse. 8arbara II — 116. 117. 200.217 Mar.no. M.ke I — 37.39 Marker. Nancy II — 75. 76.227 Marks.Sgt.Cl.fton II—157 Marks. John 11 — 217 Marks. Joanne II — 209 Marks. Mark I —61 Mariar. Andrea 11 — 234 Marler.EH.ell — 164 Marlor. Janice II — 221 Marmorstem. Vickie II — 84,86. 209 Marozsan. George 11—109 Marquis. Larry II-17.18.234 Marriner. Norman II — 226 Marrmson. Deb by 11—111 Marrmson. Debra II — 227 Marnot. Ralph II — 51 Marriott. Anita II-68.209 Marrs. Lu Ann II — 209 Marshall. Cheryl II-113 Marshall. Dr. Geolfry 11-192 Marshall. Ken II — 39 Marshall. Stan II — 60,61.217 Marshburn. John 11 — 58 Martin. Angela 11—112 Martin. Charles 11 — 17.18.234 Martin. Charlie II — 17.18 Martin. Oennn II — 127.150 Martin. J. 0.1 -33.69. 75 Martin. James II — 110 Martin. Judson 11—17.18.225 Martin. Karen II — 145 Martin. Kay II— 173 Martin. Marilyn II — 84.86.221 Martin. Mary II — 148 Martin. Melonyll— 110 Martin. Penny II — 90.92.209 Martin. Scott I — 31 Martin. Susie II —221 Martin. Warren II — 234 Martindale. Kaytm II — 234 Martinez. Ramiro. 11—152 Mason. Meredith II — 96.97.221 Massad. Cathy II - 78.80.234 Massago. 8obll- 121 Massey. Lmda II — 96.98.221 Massey. Sheryl 11 — 221 Massie. Cheryl II — 8.69. 71.221 Matetich. George II — 57.58.234 Mathes. Bill 11—15.225 Mathews. Ann 11 — 96 Mathews. PameU Ann II — 221 Matlock. Ron II —25. 26.217 Martono. D. II— 152 Matniak. Teresa II — 112 Matson, fbckl — 35 Matthcson. Virginia II — 149 Matthews. Jo Ann 11—112 Mattox. 0 ck I —67 Mauldin. Walter II — 121 Moulding Terri II — 96.98.235 Maxeiner. Mary II — 94.95. 111. 235 May. Carrie 11—78,80.227 May. Oavidll —64 May.OavidW.il —118.209 Mayes. Cindy II - 75.76.113.235 Mayes. Debby 11 — 75. 76.113. 235 Mayes. Mel.nda II - 94.95. 209 Maybry. Phil II —25.26 Mayer. Wagner 11 — 39 Mayfietd. Melissa II — 84.86. 235 Mayten. Sharlet II — 75.76.77. Mays?J. II — 25.26. 235 Meadows. Jan 11-115.173 Meara. Dave I — 65 Mears. Nancy II — 235 Medley. Mark II-43.217 Medley. Nancy II - 112.227 Meek. Ph.l I — 37; II - 235 Meek. Stan I — 37.39 Meeks. Oon 11 — 201 Megee. Valerie II — 76. 77.221 Megless. Steve I —37 Mehra. Subhash. 11—129 Metgard. Tom II — 29.235 Mebnder. Mijan II — 235 Melius. Moriiee I — 116: II — 145 Mellander. Jame II - 55.99.100. 226 Meh ng RiCkll — 224 Melton. Bert II — 31 Melton. Rick II —37.217 Mendenhall. Jim II — 110 Meneguzzi. Gina 11 — 66 Meno. Tim II — 127 Meno.T.O.B. 11-162 Menzie. Prof. 0. E. II — 143 Mercer. Ron II — 45 Meredith. John 11 —26. 121.209 Meredith. Michelle II — 235 Merhib. Lorraine II — 88.89.209 Merida. Joyce II — 176 Mendeth, Vicki 11-121 Merrell. Gary II — 209 Merritt. Barbara II - 78.80.221 Merritt. Terrill — 145 Merrow. Sara II — 121 Meschmar. Oenis II — 129 Metcalf. Tamrme II - 96.98.139. 226 Metcallc. Marianne II — 94.95. 221 Metcallc. Mary Ann II — 53 Metevehs. George il — 29 Mcttry. Mark II-21.209 Mettry. Valerie II — 109.235 Mctzer. Pam II — 66.68.227 Mewbourn. M.ke II - 63.64.235 Meyer. Bill II —26.217 Meyer. Emile 11 — 217 Meyer. J.mll —25.26.217 Meyer. Lindell Dwayne II — 129. 217 Meyers. Bob I - 35.69 Meyers. Cynthia 11 — 144 Michael. Bill I —41 Michaelson. Glen II — 166 Michalczyk. Trisha II — 88.89. 221M.ddleton. Brad II — 31.209 M.hako. M kcl — 51 Mihaleo. Mike I — 52 Milbourn. Martha II — 209 Mildren. Jack I — 22 Mildren, Richard I — 40 Miles. Dame II —66 Mile . Ther man 11—13.226 Millar. James A. II — 129 Millar. JarneiS. 11—121 M.nard. J. P. II—127.235 Miller. Bernard 1—145 Miller. 8ul 11 — 25 Miller. Brig II —64.65.224 Miller. Carol 11 — 70.71.235 Miller. Ondy 11 — 99.100 Miller. Cynthia II -84.86.235 Miller. Cynthia. II —235 Miller. David 11 — 209 Miller. David S II — 29.209 Miller. Ocane 11 — 55.56.235 Miller. Elizabeth, 11-209 Miller. Frank II — 29. 225 Miller. Jan 11-90.92.221 Mller. J m II — 6 Miller. JO II —84. 86. 221 Miller. Ken II— 121 Miller. Kristin II - 8,96.98.167. 209 Miller. Leslie 11 —96.98.221 Miller. Lucy II - 78.80.235 Miller. Nancy II — 96.98. 235 Miller. M.ke II — 39 Miller. Pot II — 78.80.209 Milter. Steveil— 19 Miller. Susie II -90.92.209 Miller. Terry II —57.217 Miller. TimW. 11-25.26.171.209 Miller. Tim II —37.217 Milhorn. Thomas. II — 235 Million. Ted II —41.43.209 Mills. Darnel II — 47.48.217 Mills. Harryll — 129 Mills. Nancy II — 99. 100.235 Mill . Dr. Nick 11—136 Mills paugh. Clark I — 118: II — 21. 22.209 Mmspaugh. Sara 11—96 Milne. Linda 11-209 Milner. Marian II — 88.89.209 Milner. Merit II — III Milner. Tom II— 169 Mllroy. Jams II — 78.80.235 Mitroy. Rusty II - 25.26. 209 Milstead. Jon I — 22.40 Mmtch. Bill II — 164. 166 Mmnett. Mita II — 68. 144.235 Minor. Tom II— 121 Mmter. Joe 11 —55.56.235 Miriantch. Rebecca II — 88.89. 121.235 Miskimins. Dal 11—127 Mitchei. Conme Leamon 11 — 221 Mitchell. Angela II — 84.86.210 Mitchell. Bay. I — 116: II — 110. 235 Mitchell. Dr. BobG. II — 181 Mitchell. Connie II— 157 Mitchell. Dale I —74 Mitchell. Oale II - 25.26.217 Mitchell. Gary II-37.228 Mitchell. Greg II —56.217 Mitchell. Jackie II - 78.80.235 Mitchell. Kitty II-210 Mitchell. Larry II — 121 Mitchell. Mike II-119 Mitchell. Pam II — 116.119 Mitchell. Roger II - 39.148.210 Minter.OavidA.il— 164 Mize. Gary II — 25 Moberly. Laurie II - 21.96.98 Mobley. Gordon II — 137 Mock. Shirley II-149 Mock ley. Anne II - 88.89.150. 210 Moen. Oaniel II — 56, 210 Mottett. David II — 6.55.56.210 Mogab. Andy 11—119 Moghadam. Hossem II — 224 Moghadam. Mogntaba Mike II — 145.210 Mom's Day Committee 1—122 Moncnel. Betty 11 — 94 Montague. Carron II — 84.86.210 Montague. Dan II — 29.221 Montgomery. Oiana 11—78.80. 235 Montgomery, John II — 57.58. 235 Montgomery. Mary Helen II — 176 Montin. Bob II —60 Montoya. Theodore II — 145 Moody. Jo Beth II —210 Moomau. Jan II — 96.98.167. 210 Moore. Bob II - 25.26.235 Moore. Carol Harmon li — 235 Moore. Oarrell II — 43,64.65.235 Moore. Oarrell II — 235 Moore. Derland I — 22.41 Moore. Dustin II — 45.235 Moore. Francesca H — 57 Moore. Gmger II — 88.89.210 Moore. Jeffrey II- 169 Moore. Leslie 11 —235 Moore. Matt II —37.210 Moore. Mom 11 — 58 Moore. Patty II — 99.100.210 Moore. Scott II — 60.61.235 Moore. Susan II-60.61.235 Moore. Susan II — 235 Morelli. Mary II-66. 113 Morgan. Bob II — 210 Morgan. Margie If — 96.98. 210 Morgan. Susan II - 76. 77.210 Morgan. Tom II — 51.224 Morgen sen. Martha I — 122; II — 76.77. 164.167.221 Morgensen. Richard 1 — 61:11 — 64.65.235 Mor rarity. Greg II — 27.29 Money. Anne II — 96.98. 109.235 Money. Blake II — 37.235 Morozck. John II — 6.59.210 Morris. Connie II — 90.92.153. 226 Morris. Gil 11—15.217 Morris. Dr. John R. II — 183 Morns.JosephW.il- 181 Morris. Mary II — 221 Morns. Nek,tall— 106.235 Morrison. Brett It — 235 Morrison. Debbie II — 99. 100.210 Morrison. Donna 11 — 82 Monsseau. Fay 11 — 33 Morrison. Johnny II — 235 Morrison. Kathleen 11 — 78 80 210 Morrison. Mom 11 — 60 Morrison. Brett II — 33 Morrison, Jed II — 21 Morrow. Tom I — 65 Mortar Board II — 139 Morton. De Anna II — 224 Morton. Don I — 40 Morton. Debbie 11-66 Morton. Marc II — 17.18.235 Moses. Dana li — 176 Moses. Russell. II-22S Mosley. John W. 11 — 13.210 Mosely. Rodney II — 235 Mosely.Willard.il- 110 Moser. Gary II — 159 Moser. Vick. II- 159 Mosley. Wendell I — 41 Moss. Mark II— 164.166 Moulten. Terry 11 — 31.210 Mount. Mike It — 58. 59. 210 Mouser. James W. II — 129 Mowery. Wes 11 — 143 Mozena. Charles II — 235 Mullen. Danny I — 40 Mullen. Tom II — 235 Mullm. Tom II — 17.18 Mullms. Marsha II — 96.98.210 Mullins. Patti II — 119,144. 235 Mullens. Rachel II — 109 Monger. Ann II — 90.92 Monger. Ann II — 210 Munding. Paul II — 143. 149.217 Munn. Jack R. II — 55 UNIVERSITY BOOK EXCHANGE Owned and Operated by the University of OklahomaMuon. James 0.11 — 55.56.217 Munro. Susan II - 94.95.221 Munroc. John Stephen II — 224 Munson. Alan II — 5S, 56,235 Munto. Sue 11—93.94.95 Murphy. Davvd II — 224 Murphy. Mary Jo II- 122 Murphy. Patrick 11 — 221 Murray. Andrew II — 139 Murray. Charles II — 37.210 Murray. Melissa II — 76.77.210 Murray.TM.il— 128 Murphy. David II — 143 Murphy. Pat II —53 Murray. Laura Jean II — 163 Murrin. Oanll— 17 Murnn. Marilyn II — 78.80. 167. 210 Musgrove. Tony Anthony 11 — 51. 119.235 Muster. Cynthia II — 66.68. 109. 235 Muster. Mary Bee II - 96.98.221 Mutter. Jim II — 18 Myerber g. Robin 11 — 221 Myers. Bobby II- 119 Myers, Bob II — 48.97, 126.235 Myers. Cind. 11 — 99.100. 235 Myers. Gary II —58.59 Myers. Greg II— 169 Myert. Janet II - 76. 77 Myers. Jeffrey Michael 11 — 210 Meyers. Jeff II — 235 Myers. Kath. II — 73.210 Myers. Mary II — 84.86. 221 Myers. MikeII—150 Myers. Mitchell II — 210 Myers. Rickll — 110 Myers. Richard II — 210 Myers. Robert II — 116 Myers. Rutty II —60.61.235 Myers. Shelley II — 66.68.235 MacCarter. Damd II — 210 MacDonald Bruce 11 — 29 Mackenzie. Kathy II - 116.119 McAdams. Oanll —39.217 McBroom. Larry I — 40 McCarter. John II — 129 McCarter, tfr, Pete Kyle 11—184 McCarthy. Maureen 11—173 McClearin. Tim I — 41 McCloskey. Jimmy II — 129 McCloud. Marc I —41 McClure. Danny I — 40 McCortney. Cynthia 11—129 McCurdy. M.kel —29 McCurdy. Tom I — 74:11—177 McAllister. David II — 226 McAlpme. Clay II — 128. 224 McAlpine. Steve II - 55.56.210 McBride. Janet II - 90.92.226 McBride. Pat II - 66.68. 221 McCaleb. John 11 — 6.17. 18.135. 142.210 McCart. Carla Fay II — 111 McCarter. Steve II — 21.217 McCarthy. Ed 11 — 143 McCarthy. Maureen ll- 112 McCarthy. Jim II — 6.35.37.210 McCarthy. Sharon 11—111 McCauley. Jane II - 82.83.210 McClain. Sheryl II — 121 McClendon. Jim II - 26.235 McClure. Dan ll - 58. 59.210 McClure. Oavid II — 210 McClure. Mary II — 82.83.90.92 McClure. Mary K. 11-10. 235 McClure. Mary II - 109.235 McCtymonds. Mary II — 99. 100, 222 McCollum. Dennis Patric II — 235 McConnefi. Nancy II— 128 McConmlle. Marilyn II — 112 McCord. Debbie II - 99.100.222 McCord. Ron II-26.217 McCown. Paula II — 66.68.210 McCoy. Rick II — 141 McCraw. Steve II-25. 26.217 McCray. A W.ll— 143 McCrory. Kimberly II — 66.68. 235 McCubbin. Barbara 11—82.83. 222 McCuiltion. David 11 — 235 McCullough. Debbie 11 — 78.80. 235 McCurUln. House II — 112 McDannold. Drake 11 — 39 McDonald. Cheryl II — 90.92. 210 MeOonald. Debbie II — 96.98.222 McDonald Debill — 140 McDonald. Martin ll — 55.56.217 McDonald. Ruth II-152 McDonough. Ellen ll — 210 McDowell DougII — 224 McDugle. Theresa ll — 111 McEllresh. J.C.II- 162 McElroy. Carol Ann II — 222 McElroy. Monty II - 47.48.210 McEwen. Mary Ellen II — 121 McFarland. Oebbie II — 76. 77. 210 McFarlond. Lynn 11 — 94 McFarlin. Patricia II — 82.83.217 McGauock. Karen II — 115.145 McGee. Beckie II - 84. 86.222 McGee. Deborah II — 111 McGee. Jimll- 17.235 McGee. Kevin II-21.235 McGee. Ted II — 144 McGmlcy. Susie II- 113 Me Good win. Jim I — 116: II — 118 McGraw. Kathy II - 78. 80. 235 McCraw. Stevell —25.26 McGraw. Tim II — 47.48. 235 McGrow. Christi 11—99. 100.235 McGuire. Jell I —51 Mclnms. Alice II — 82 McIntosh. Dorsey II - 37.224 McIntosh. Waldo II — 144 McIntyre. Dennis II — 17.18.210 McIntyre. Jim 11 — 21.144.235 Me her. Deborah Ann 11 — 210 Melver. Patricia ll — 121.236 McKay. GL 11—162 McKay. M.kell- 150.173 McKee. Scott. II — 17.18.236 McKeeman. Pete II — 29. 210 McKenna. Jerry II — 173 McKiddy. Kathy ll _ 90.92.109. 236 McKinney. Marcia 11 — 99.100. 167.222 McKinney. Rick I — 65: ll — 128 McLain. Donna II — 66.68. 217 McLain. Linda II — 66.68.236 McLaughlin. Ed I —40 McLaughlin. James ll — 139.223 McLaughlin. John I — 40 McLaughlin. Mike I — 41 MeLmtOCk. John I—65 McMahon. Sharon 11-74 McMafun. Oalene II — 236 McMamgie. Pat II — 145 McMaster. Gayfa II — 222 Me Wasters. Louise ll — 99.100. 210 McMinn. Melissa II— 121 McMartry. Carol II - 113 McMurtry. Marsha II - 88.89.236 McNabb. Mike 11 — 55.56.144. 236 McNair. Missy I — 122:11 — 76.77. 236 McNehiS. Marilyn 11 — 93.94.95. 210 McNeil. Rich I — 29 McNcllis. Marilyn I-122 McPherson. Paula 11—10.89. 145.210 McQuiddy. Kirk II-236 McQuiston. Garrett II - 45.236 McSherry. Noreen 11—111 McSpadden. Maur.ce II — 31 McWilliams. Lynn I — 103: II — 8. 75.76. 77.222 N Nace. Joanll —210 Naif. Leon ll — 153 Naggar. All II — 126 Nagy. Rickey II-25.26.210 Naifch. Gmger 11 — 96 Naifch. Larry II— 17. 18.236 Naifch. Susie II-96 Nairn.Mikcl — 120.11— 19, 21. 118.210 NaKayama. Teresa II — 236 Nance. Katie II - 190 Nance. Maria ll - 222 Nash. Bob II — 236 Nation. William ll-23.217 Nayea. Sherry II - 222 Neal. Barbara ll — 190 Neal. Ch nstie 11 — 66.68.217 Neal. Frank II —39 Neal. Jerry 11 — 217 Neal. Joan ll-210 Neary.Bobll- 128. 166 Neaves, Cla.rc II — 76.77.222 Neill House II-109 Neill. Rita II — 84.86.210 Nelies. Richard II — 63.64.65. 236 Nelson. 8eatr.ee 11 — 210 Nelson. Bob ll — CO Nelson. Cathy II — 84.86.217 Nelson. Dawd II — 47.48.236 Nelson. Debill —210 Nelson. Dick II — 143 Nelson. Glenn ll — 47.48.217 Nelson. Joe II-29.217 Nelson. Paul II - 48.144.236 Nelson. Ro. II -57.58.59.217 Neptune. John ll — 58. 59 Netherton. John 11—129 Netherton. Nick ll — 217 Neuman. Steve 11 — 236 Neuman. Susie 11 — 82 Neustadt. Susan ll — 70.71.109 Neustadt. Waiter ll — 181 Neusirom. Mary Daws II — 210 Newaii. Dave ll — 25 Newby. Steve ll-60.61.225 Newcom. Russ II — 37 Newcomb. J. Russell 11 — 236 Newcomb. Leigh II - 222 Newcomb. Margaret II — 76.77. 236 Newcomb. Nora II —210 Newcomb. Vick. 11-76.77.222 Newell. Susan II — 112 NewKemet. Terry II — 220 Newman, Chip 11 — 51 Newman. Kathy 11-90.92. 236 Newman. Nelson II — 51.217 Newman. Susan II — 82.83. 222 Newsome. Travis I — 33.35 Newstadt. Susan ll — 236 Newton. Scott II — 236 Newton. Tim II —60 Newton. Vtcky II — 66 Nichol, Greg II — 39 Nichols. Brian I-35 Nichols. Lesl e 1 — 78.80.222 Nicholson. John II — 47.48.217 Nicked. Dawd I — 116.117 Nickel I. Nancy II - 78.80.236 Nickey. Eleanor 11—10.84.86. 236 Niefcrt. Tamry 11 — 166 Niles, Kathy II — 10.94 Nixon. Choryt II— 121 Noble. Jeff ll —39.236 Nobles. David ll —33 Nohs. Cecil 11 — 152 Nolen. Nolall —226 Nordby. Or. Gene II — 183 Norlleet. Ed II-21 Norman. Wendy II— 112 Nowland. Carol 11 — 111.236 Nowlin. Mark 11 — 236 Nowlin. Jan P. II —210 Nunamai er. Susan II — 66.68. 222 Nuzum. Robert II — 236 0 O'Bannon. Bob 11 — 64 O'Brien. Oavid II — 25.26.236 O'Brien. Jeanne 11—109 O'Brien. Pal I - 51 Odell. John Phillip II — 158. 169. 210 Odom. Dennis II — 129 Odom. M.kc II — 51.236 Ogborn. Robert ll - 53.169.210 O'Kallorin. Kevin ll — 21.210 O'Hara. Michael II —210 Ohm. Or Robert E. II — 187 Oliver. Joneilll — 145 Oliver. Rolla II — 127 Olmstead. Bob 11 — 55 Omkron Delta KappaII—138 Omkron Null — 140 Omtvedt. Oan II — 45.210 Onderdonk. Oavid I — 51 Orvdrejka. James 11 — 210 Ong. Agnes Mclmg II — 227 Orchesli ll — 140 Orendorlt. Bill I — 40 Orndorfl. Terry II— 129 O'Rossiter. Penny II — 190 Orr. George II— 129 Osborn. Carl II — 6.45. 210 Osborn. Marsha ll — 236 Osborn. Patti II - 90.92.121.236 Osgood. Liz II— 113 O'Shan. Toni II - 76. 77.222 O'Shaughnessy. Mike II — 39.143. 217 Oshel. David II — 21.236 O'Steen. Lili II - 236 Oswald. Robert II— 149 Otey.Georgo ll —23.210 Otipo-by. Geogann II — 222 Otis. Allison II - 99.100.236 Ottaviani. Karen ll — 76.77.236 Ouallmc. Judd II — 37.236 Outland. Karen II — 109 Owen. Patti II — 82 Owens. James II — 226 Owens. Jim I — 35 Owens. Kathy II — 171 Owens. Melissa ll — 109 Owens. Tinker I — 30.40 Oxbom. Marsha ll — 113 Oyler. R ck II - 29.210 P Pack. Philip II —222 Paine. Deborah II — 84.86 Palmer. Gina ll — 76. 77.210 Palmer. Martha Leigh II — 236 Palmer. Mike II — 51.236 Pangelon. Terry II — 143 Panhallenk 11 — 8.9 Panned. Bonnye 11 — 210 Pansza. Mary Jeanne II —B . 86. 173.210 PapagOtOS. John II-47 Papke. Susan ll-236 OU Parachute Ctub II— 141 Parang. Morteza 11—137 Parker. Cara Lee ll-236 Parker. Norma II — 88.89.236 Parker. Steven ll — 137.169 Parks. Ann II - 96.98.144.236 Parks. James 11-58.59.217 Parrish. Jennifer II — 90.92.222 Parrish. Lyn II-90.92. 236 Parrish. Trey ll — 21.210 Parsons. Gary II-17. 18.236 Parsons. Terry II — 148 Pascae. Loiell — 110.210 Pa scale. Dennis II — 15.236 Paschal. Bill H —6.39.210 Pasque. Eiame ll — 100.101,109. 236 Pasque. Mike ll — 58.59.210 Patkowski. Joan II - 236 Palkowski. Victor II — 226 Patten. Ann II -109.111.222 Patten. Becky I — 116 Patten. Bill II-60.61.236 Pattcn.JohnH.il — 181 Patterson. Emmit II — 13.210 Patterson. Harold II — 222 Patterson. James 11—110 Patterson. Vikki II — 100,101.236 Pattison. Dianne 11— 109, 236 Patton.Charlesll — 143 Patton. Michael 11-56.224 Patton. Mike II — 55 Patton. Mark II - 25.26.236 Patty. Jo Lynn II — 144 Paul. Harold I — 40 Paulos. Andra II — 88.89.210 Payne. Danny II — 126Payne. Deborah II — 210 Payne Robert E. II — 17.18.135. 138.142.217 Peake. Steve 11 — 58.236 Pealor. David II — 142.217 Pealor. Omk II — 47.48 Peart. Barbara II — 70 Pearion. Anthony II — 117. 118 Pearion. Dour I — 40 Pearion, Lmdy II — 17 Pearion. Monha II — 78.80.222 Pearion. Terry II — 119 Peck. David 11 — 51.236 Peck. Frank I — 61 Peck. Ca.i II- 173.236 Peck. Terry II — 58. 59. 169.211 Peden. Bob II — 236 Pedervon. LeeII — 9.90.92.211 Pedrtck. Paul II — 17 Pena. Susan I — 103.119.120; II -148 Peeler. Robert II — 45.236 P et II - 142 Pendleton. Bruce II — 236 Pendleton. Steve I — 40. II — 17. 18 Penn. Debbie 11 — 94.95.222 Penn. Frank II — 47.48.224 Penn. Mel II —47.48,217 Penn. Mike II —47.48.211 Penny. Jewell II — 13 Percefull. Gary II — 236 Perham. Steve II — 33.236 Perkey. Jerry I — 40 Perkin . Terry 11 — 48 Perry. Donna II — 236 Perry. Dour II — 25.26.236 Perry. Jen II - 94.95.211 Perry. Glynn II — 152 Perryman. Gretchen It — 82.236 PertmR. Lynne I — 116 Perthlnt Rfltes ll — 168. 169 PertoHky. Gail 11 — 211 Peter . Andrew II —211 Peter . Kethye II— 111.211 Peter . Mary ll—111.211 PeteriburR. Sue ll — 68.236 Peter en. John II — 127 Peterton. Margaret II — 51.84. 86.222 Petholf. AnRela II — 145 Petree. Ray ll — 25.26.211 Petroleum and CeotORicel Engineering Club ll — 143 Petroleum Land Management Club ll - 143 Petrone. Carmine II — 236 Petta. Ken 11-64.65.228 Petta. Phil 11 — 64.65.150.211 Pette . Andrew I — 32 Pettibone, Jerry I —41 Pettit. Debbie ll — 111 Pettit. Thomas II — 236 Petty. Kurt II- 153,217 Pettyjohn. Don II — 56.217 Pcwewardy. LaNeal I — 69 Phelps. Kathy II — 100. 101.222 Phi Delta Theta ll — 38 Phi Kappa P»l 11-44 Phillip . Dana I — 118: II - 8.96. 98.139.211 Phillip . Donna II — 109.236 Philtip . Penny II — 88.89.226 Phillip . Terry ll —222 Phillip . Vrvi 11 — 222 Phillips. Viki II — 100. 101 Phillip . Vir ma II — 76.77.211 Physical Therapy Club 11 — 145 Pt Beta Phi 11 —99 Pickett. Danny II — 236 Pickhardt. Carolyn II — 78.80. 211 Pierce. Mark II — 55 Pierce. Chn II — 21.211 Pierce. Lmda 11 — 8 Pierce. Mark 11 — 56.217 Pierce. Sue II — 169 Pierson. Dennis II — 166 Pigman. Reed 11 — 45 PI Kappa Alpha ll - 50 PI Kappa Phi ll - 50 PilKh. Keith II— 150.211 Pmgtan.Seongll— 110 Pmsker. Sutan ll — 102.103.211 Pi per. Rick II —64 Pi per. Sharon II —211 Pippm. Ira I — 116: II — 55.56. 211 Pitched. Dorothy II — 109.110 PitChtord. Larry II — 23.222 Pitt.Suryll- 116.119 Pittman. Julie II — 84.86.236 Pitt . Larryll — 211 Pitt . Vicki II - 48.96.98.126. 217 Plank. Betsy Ann 11—148 Ploit. Gerald II — 129 Plunkett. Bonnie II — 90.92.211 Plunkett. Pam II — 48.84.86. 222 Pointer. David 11 — 51.217 Pollock. Stratton. II—21 Polk, Charlie I — 67 Polk. Frank II - 26.144.236 Pomeroy. Carl II — 127.142 Poole. Nancy ll — 100.101.222 Poole. Tommy II — 110.144 Poor. Karen II - 149 Poorman. Jill II —211 Poor man. Kevin II — 47 Pope. Patty ll - 96.98.222 Pope. Kenith I — 22.40 Pope. Scot ll —25.26.236 Popejoy. Chern 11 — 90.92.222 Porter. David II — 121 Porter, Ellen II — 222 Porter. Steve I — 35: II — 56.211 Porterfield. Russell I — 30.52 Potter. Terrye II - 48.82.83.211 Pott . Nanette II— 100.101.211 Pounce. Shelley II — 94.95 Powell. Becky 11-96.98.222 Powell. Charles II — 224 Powell. John I — 29 Powell. Led II — 119.236 Powell. Nadine II — 145 Powell. Pam ll — 116. 236 Powell. Ramey ll — 65.56.236 Powell. 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Larry 11—17 Pruitt. Tom 11 — 39 Pryor. Kay II -78.80. 237 Pryor. Steve II — 166 F'syhopo . Shelley II — 94.95. 222 Public Relations Student Society of America ll — 148 Publications Board 11-177 PuRh. A. Byron III II — 51. 217 Pu Riley. Carolyn II — 82.83.237 D OIL CO. 600 S. Jones YOUR PHILLIPS DISTRIBUTOR 405-321-1709rS? = 2„ S CO . "Mi _l i i = M • o.2|5|j5 . p 5 ! 5 ® i==si_ps 7,7s|i iihfssi Iliifllif f I = «» s — = 2e J3 5 i iSSS £ 5S-- "? S ' sjSg , |£S Ifi l%S = 3 II: I =i i li i£iir=i -=- ............. £l££a ££ £ £(£Kc£d: Elxlx£cEa:cc xl £, , ill ssssnsssss S • 2 e -« « z. 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Debbie II — 66.68.212 Sherry. Lynn II — 66.68.222 Sherwood. Anne II — 72. 73. 74. 226 Shield . Randy II — 148.173 Shilfer. Evelyn II —212 Shilling. Cindy II —222 Shilling. Clifford 11 — 212 Shimabukuro. Norman II — 218 Shipman. Mike II —23 Shirley. Shelley ll - 88.89.238 Shoate. Charlotte 11—153 Shoate. Roderick I — 22.40 Shockley. Joe II—126 Shoemaker. Katie II — 119 Shoemaker. Robert II — 43.218 Sholan. David 11—169 Short. Dwight I — 116.117 Short. Susan II — 90.92.212 Shotwell. Karen II - 100. 101.212 Shrago. Steve II— 110 Shull. Robert II — 226 Schuller. Frank II — 238 Shuman. Lynn II — 102.103 Shurr. John II— 148 S cle . Don II-47.48.238 Siegel. Susan II — 112 Sicgter. Steve 11 — 218 Sigle. Vian II - 238 Sigler. Myrna II — 200 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ll — 54 Sigma Chi II - 58 Sigma Delta Tau II — 102 Sigma Nu II —60 Sigma Phi Epsilon II - 64 Silk. Norma II — 227 Sill. Becky 11-222 Simmons. Gall II — 90.92. 222 Si mmons. Steve II — 60.61.238 Simmons. Susan II — 55.100, 101.212 Simms. Bucky 11 — 60 Simon. E. N. I — 40 Simon. FloydII — 55.56.144. 238 Simon. Robin II — 48. 70.226 Simon . Lindall —212 Simpson. Dana ll — 139.202.212 Simpson. Gwendolyn II — 13. 111 Simpson. Joe I — 37.39 Sine. Joe I —29 Singerman. Chris II — 70 Singleton. Joanne 11 — 66 Singleton. Sallie ll — 222 Sitemore. Mark II — 169 Sk.eth.Joell — 17.18 Skmner. Dan II — 143 Skinner. Francis II — 82.83.222 Slakis. Judy II- 121.145 Slamans. Robert II — 113 Slate. Steve II- 150 Slayton. James — 15.218 Slemaker. Rick I — 74 Slemaker. Richard west III ll — 212 Slivmsky. Valerie Jo ll — 100.101. 222 Sloan. Lance 11-25.26.218 Sluder. Jerald II- 143 Small. Debbi II — 84.86.238 Smart. Jerri II — 11 Smart. John II — 43 Smit. Pamela ll — 222 Smith. Aron II —29 Smith. Becky ll-29 Smith. 8ut a Lorraine ll — 238 Smith. Craig II —60 Smith. Curt II — 26.212 Smith. David I — 40. II — 177 Smith. David Alan 11 — 212 Smith. Dayna ll — 173 Smith. Doug II - 25.26.238 Smith. Ellen II-76. 77.222 Smith, Gordon II — 238 Smith. Harry I — 35 Smith. John I — 35 Smith. Karen ll — 115 Smith. Mark II — 110 Smith. Michael R. II — 222 Smith. Mike II — 29 Smith. Mike II —60.61 Smith. Mike 11—148.238 Smith.MichaelH.lt— 108 Smith. Nancy L. II - 84.86.212 South. Pam II — 88.89.238 Smith. Patsy II - 96.98.222 Smith. Or. Philip E. II — 193 Smith. Ralph II — 227 Smith. Randy 11 — 64 South. Rosemary II — 161 Smith. Scott II-21. 118 Smith. Stephanie Jo II — 119 Smith, Steven II — 60.62.218 Smith. Steve ll —238 Smith. Sharon Elaine 11 — 212 Smith. Susan Lynne II — 226 Smith. T.na I — 103: II - 90.92. 226 Smith. Trip II— 17. 18 Smith. Wanda 11-129 Smith. Wyliell- 164 Smithers.Cassandra ll — 104. 222 Smithcn.Markll— 150 Snedeker. David 11 — 218 Sneed. Earl II— 129 Sneed. Terrye II —96.98. 169. 222 Sneep. Susan ll — 100. 101.212 Snita.Kenll — 149 Snider. William ll — 152.228 Snodgrass. Cindy 11 — 82.83.167. 212 Snodgrass. John M, II — 34.218 Snodgrass. Paul II — 119 Snyder. David II-218 Sokatch. Dr. John II - 193 Soldan. Nannette II — 238 Solomon. Steve II — 39.238 Society for the Advancement of Management II — 149 Sommer. Ruth II — 222 Sorensen. Greg II— 121 Sooner Hobby Complex 11—151 Sooner Pharmaceutical Association II — 152 Sooner Rally Council 11—153 Sooner Staff II — 171 Sooter. Mark I — 29 Sorrels. Elaine II — 66.68.218 Sorrells. Robert II-43.218 Sowers. Mike ll —26.126.218 Spadafora. Emil 11 — 141 Spanier. Stewart 11 — 166 Sparkman. Steve 11 - 58.59.225 Sparks. Larry II — 55.56.218 Spaugy. Don II —218 Spauldmg. Karen 11—109 Speck. Erick II — 238 Spector. Marla II — 222 Spence. Sandra II — 226 Spencer. David II — 141 Spencer. Gayle II —222 Spicer. Stephen Neil II — 218 Splamgard. Randy II - 45.171. 173 Spore. Deborah II — 222 Spring. Cynthia II — 88.89, 145. 212 Springer. Joseph Fred — 218 Spurlm. George Phil II — 150.212 Spurrier. Philip Warren II — 218 Stabaugh. John ll — 152 Stacy. Steve II — 113 Staff. Pam II —113 Stahl. Debbie II —70.71.212 Stainer. Oanni Jo II — 88.89.222 Stalcup. Thomas Lee II — 25.26. 218 Stallcup. Katie II — 84.86.212 Stanbury. Kevin II — 238 Stanberry. Wade II - 58.59.228 Stanley. Craig II— 127.218 Stanley. Jerry I —61 Stansbury. Kevin II — 31 Stapleton. Maries K ll — 227 Stapleton. Michele I — 103: II — 78.80.212 Starks. Susie II — 96.98.222 Staub. Sandra II — 157 Steed. L.ndall—112.145 Steed. Roger n-21.238 Steen. Bill I - 40 Steen. Kathy ll - 66.68 Steffee. Bonny Karol II — 76.77. 223 Steen. Kathy II - 238 Steen. Michael II - 238 Steffen. Ann 11-112 Stehr. Susan ll - 62.100.101. 212 Steichen. Karen II — 73.223 Stein. Roberta II — 8.9.69. 70.71. 223 Stem. Sharon II — 102.108.238 SteHner. Cheryl Vonne 11 — 223 Stephan.Mikell— 152 Stephens. David II - 141 Stephens. Mark II — 62.218 Stephens. M.ke II — 25.26.238 Stephens. Scott ll — 238 Stephens. Skip I — 119:11 — 21. 142.212 Stephenson. Bob I — 67 Stephenson. Oon It — 55 Stephenson. Mike II - 58.59.212 Stephenson. Patti II — 84.86.226 Sterling. Bobll — 51.212 Stern. Dave ll —226 Stevens, laune II — 100.101.238 Stevens. Scott II —31.238 Stevenson. Gary ll - 58.59.238 Stevenson. Kathleen 11 — 212 Stevenson. Valeria II — 72. 73.218 Steves. Chns 11 — 48.212 Steves. Karen II — 84.86.212 Stevey. Larry II — 118 Stewart. B.H 11—18.224 Stewart. 8obll —37 Stewart. Chns II- 116.119 Stewart. Jan II — 78.80.212 Stewart. Jeff II —43.212 Stewart. Jennifer II — 76. 77.212 Stewart. M.ke II —37.212 Stewart. Patti II-66.68.212 Stewart. Robert 11 — 212 Stewart. Ron II —177 Stewart. Tom II — 55 Still. Norma II —227 Stillians. Paul I — 35 Stine. Harry A. II — 164 Stinson. Bob I — 65 Stinson, Cindy II — 238 Stites. Steve 11 — 60,62.212 Stock. Leslie 11 — 134 Stockton. Donna II — 238 Stokes. Ricky I — 40 Stone. Bill II-60 Stone. Bob II —56.218 Stone. Dennis II — 47.48.218 Stone. Edwin II-128.224 Stone. Jim II — 238 Stoner. Gene I — 32. 35 Stookey, Marge II- 171 Storma. Ann II — 173 Storms. Clark 11 — 218.227 Storseth. Nancy ll - 90.92.212 Story. Yvonne II — 223 Slots. Stella 11 — 212 Stout. Gayle II - 223 Stout. Jack ll —200 Stover. Peggy II — 90.92 Stover. Peggy Catherine II — 238 Stover. Robert II - 55.56.212 Stranathan. Lee II — 17.18.238 Strandle. Janisll- 112.212 Straton. Daniel 11 — 218 Streightoff. Jennifer ll — 78.80. 238 String! ield. Mary Cahtenne II — 238 Stringfield. Ruth II — 223 Strom. Rex II —47,48.218 Stromberg. Mary Peck II — 100. 101.212 Stroud. Mike ll — 212 Struve. Bill II-50. 51.227 Stuart. Don II-21.38 Stubbier. LUII — 177 Struck. Mike I —41 Stuckey. Ronald 11 — 212 Student Activities Board 1 — 119 Stufdivan. Mike II — 64 Suff ield. Mary Ann I — 122 Stump. Gayfe II —238 Stuffield. Mary Ann II — 88.89. 238 Sturdevant. Lawnle 11 — 33 Stussie. Ralph II — 29.218 Styron. Steve II — 58.59.238 Suggs. Charles C. I — 74 Suib. Lmda ll — 70. 71.212 Sullivan, Clark 11 — 56.218 Sullivan. David I — 40 Sullivan. Gary Patrick 11 — 212 Sullivan. Pat I — 37 Sullivan. Vicki II -223 Summers. Susan II — 84.86.226 Summers. Tommy 11—128.224 Summers. Vickie II — 84.86.223 Sumpton. Tom II — 149 Sullivan. Chuck 11 — 55 Sumpter. Tom 11—166 Supplee. Curtis II — 41.43.218 Suitor. Mark I — 37 Sutterfield. Cheryl II - 66.68.212 Sutterfield. Susan ll - 66.68.218 Suttle. Samuel II— 129 Sutton. Jim II — 110.212 Sutton. Tony I — 40 Swade. Roberta F. II — 71.212 Swafford. Sally 11—119 Swank. David I — 74 Swenson. Katie II — 96.98.212 Swenson. Paul II — 15.212 Swenson. Susan 11 — 96 Swift. Sharon II—113 Swmehart. Sandra II — 226 Swircrynslu. Jame II — 112.223 Swircrynski, Rayge II — 84.86, 212 SwiUer. Barry I — 41. 146 Sykora. Mary Margaret 11—100. 101.223 Srafranski. Paul II — 21 Sratko. Joanne 11 — 112 T Tackett. Bruce ll— 15. 212 Tadock. Phil II — 33 Talkmgton. Patti II — 88.89.213 Talley. Richard II — 21 Tanne . 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