University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)
- Class of 1979
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THE UNIVERSITY of OKLAHOMA
Published by OU Publications Board
The University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma 73019
WARREN R. LEIGHTGN
Di rector of Student Publications
Tim DeClerck, Greeks
Tarnera Ferguson, Drganizations
Mike Freed, Advertising
Susan Ice, Features
Andrea Kidd, Honors
Betsy Welsh, Greeks
Lori Welsh, Sports
John D. VVilson, Jr.
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Unified by the symbolic entity of
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are proud of their achievements
and set out into the world with
fields of knowledge behind them.
Thoughts of professors and
activities will stay with students
as fond memories ofthe
University of Oklahoma, for it is a
time to learn and expand
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Individual events are the elements that make up the entire year
at the University of Oklahoma, and it is the important events that
we remember. Because of the production schedule of the Sooner,
we will highlight these important events that made up the twelve
months from February 1978 to February 1979.
The OU Budget Council debated a motion to disband
itself due to lack of influence in budgetary matters. The
vote was postponed.
February 2, 1978
The score for an original ballet based on Garcia Lorcia's
"Blood Wedding" will be written for OU by famed Span-
ish composer Carlos Surinach, Nat Eck, dean of the Fine
Arts College, announced.
Enrollment figures for the spring 1978 semester showed
another drop in the total number of students enrolled on
the Norman campus.
February 6, 1978
Paige Mulhollan, dean of the Arts and Sciences College,
announced that the foreign language requirement for stu-
dents would be dropped. This move was taken to bring the
college into compliance with the state regents.
The Department of Health, Education and Welfare
announced that OU would have to recruit more black stu-
dents to achieve appropriate desegregation levels.
The OU Budget Council voted down its own motion to
The OU Health Sciences Center announced a 160-stu-
dent increase in enrollment over the previous spring
Provost Barbara Uehling announced that the grade
point average for all students at OU was slightly higher in
1977 than in 1976. The overall average rose from a 2.47 to
February 14, 1978
President Paul Sharp announced a 3.4 percent across
the board reallocation of all university monies was plan-
ned for 1978-79.
The OU Board of Re ents appointed a Presidential
Search Committee to fintfa replacement for retiring Presi-
dent Paul Sharp.
February 24, 1978
Provost Barbara Uehling was selected as chancellor of
the University of Missouri's Columbia campus, leaving
OU with the top three administrative posts to fill.
Polish critic, novelist and poet Czeslaw Milosz was
named as the Laureate of the 1978 Neustadt International
Prize for Literature, a 310,000 biennial award given at OU.
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March 23, 1978
Henry B. Crichlow, outspoken director of the Petroleum
and Geological Engineering Department, announced he
was not being reappointed to that position.
March 24, 1978
Larry Lacewell, assistant coach and defensive coordina-
tor for the OU football team, announced he was resigning
to enter private business, stating, "I have often stated that
the day I made my decision to leave the University of
Oklahoma would be the saddest day of my life."
Representative from Playboy magazine began a week
long search in Norman for a "Playmate Perfect" for the
25th anniversary edition. The nationwide search ended
with the selection of an OU coed, Candy Loving, the win-
OU Provost Barbara Uehling was named chancellor of the University ot Mis-
March 28 1978
In a copyrlghted artlcle the Oklahoma Da1ly1n conlunc
tton Wllh the OSU Dally O Colleglan stated that adm1n1s
trator of both un1vers1t1es could not fmd the answers to
explatn the sh1ft tn enrollment from OU to OSU
The South Oval was taken over by knlghts 1n shmmg
armor and matdens ln dlstress durlng the second annual
The OU gymnastlcs team won thexr second NCAA
Another top admlnlstratlve post was abandoned when
Paxge Mulhollan dean of the Arts and Sctences College
announced that he was to become the new academlc vtce
pres1dent of Arlzona State Un1vers1ty
The State Leglslature approprtated S1 mxlhon for a pro
posed student physlcal educatton and recreatton center on
the Norman campus
May 13 1978
The 86th annual OU commencement was held mn the
Lloyd Noble Center for the more than 2 000 graduates
Iune 2 1978
The OU Board of Regents approved a S45 mtlhon budget
for the Norman campus lncludmg the largest faculty
mcrease 1n seven years
Iune 9 1978
Desplte delays the add1t1on to R1chards Hall was prog
Iune 11 1978
In a move to curtail football t1cket scalpmg OU sharply
reduced the number of tlckets avallable to members of the
Iune 13 '1978
OU s Prlmate Instltutlon announced that Washoe the
12 year old chtmpanzee who was the flrst of her k1nd to
learn to commumcate 1n slgn language was once agam
l The much awaited addition to Fttch
t ards Hall conttnued on schedule
Iune 23 1978
Summer enrollment for 1978 dropped 471 from the pre
Iune 26 1978
Cordon Atklnson dean of the Graduate College
reslgned under flre because ofa salary dlspute
Iuly 6 1978
The controversy came to a head over the grantmg of
degrees to two medlcal students who had flunked the flrst
two parts of a natlonal medlcal school test
August 14 1978
Wtlltam Slater Banowsky prestdent of Pepperdme Un1
verslty was named as the tenth presldent of the Untverstty
of Oklahoma by a unanlmous vote of the OU Board of
August 24 1978
as a resldenttal center It was announced
August 29 1978
Norman Clty Councll approved a SIX bus three route
loop system to serve the untverslty
September 1 1978
The Rocky Horror Plcture Show opened tn Norman and
played for months after
The annual student campout for football ttckets began
September 15 1978
The OU Hall of Fame selected two alumnt Ltlltan Rus
sell and Gene Torbett to become members
September 16 1978
The Sooner football team won thetr flrst home game
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September 23 1978
d Enrollment at the Norman campus tncreased by 638 stu
A Ruf Nek s shotgun went off durlng a football game
and h1t a student football manager tn the leg
September 27 1978
Carolyn Crawford was named as thls year s Homecom
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October 7, 1978
The Sooner "Beat Texas" 31-10 on a rousing Dallas
An anti-gay petition was circulated around campus, net-
ting 1,300 signatures.
Student Congress passed a resolution declaring the Gay
Peoples Union an official student organization.
Bart Connor and Mike Wilson competed in the world
Cup Gymnastics competition.
The OU Board of Regents approved a one dollar per
hour increase to the student activity fee, raising it to 53.00
William Slater Banowsky was inaugurated as the tenth
president of OU.
November 28, 1978 G I
Billy Simms joined the college football elite by winning
the Heisman Trophy.
November 30, 1978
Candy Loving, a former OU coed, appeared as Playboy
magazines "Playmate Perfect" in its 25th anniversary edi-
December 14, 1978
Despite objections by UOSA leaders, the OU Board of
Regents amended the Student Code to enable the Univer-
sity president to have greater control over the recognition
of student organizations.
january 1, 1979
The Sooner football team avenged the loss that doomed
ist? Zlational championship hopes in the Orange Bowl by
january 8, 1979
'President Banowsky announced that the School of
Library Science had regained its accreditation.
january 14, 1979
After two unsuccessful attempts, Washoe, the first
chimpanzee to learn American Sign Language, gave birth
to a male chimpanzee at OU's Primate Institute.
january 21, 1979
The Sooner gymnastics team set a new NCAA record
for points scored in a duel by downing SIU 223.10-214.85.
january 24, 1979
Student Congress voted 21-16 in favor of a resolution to
censure President Banowsky for what they termed a viola-
tion of the student code process.
Washoe and her trainer, Richard Fouts.
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Once upon a time, in a not-so-faraway place, the
townspeople of a hamlet decided to set aside a sunny
spring afternoon to relax, rejoice and be merry.
After transforming their marketplace into a showplace
of artisans and merry makers, the festival was set - the
people danced, the singers sang and the knights slayed a
few uninvited dragons.
Sound familiar? Well, it's OU's Medieval Fair.
Held each April, the Medieval Fair recreates a village
of the Middle Ages on the South Gval in an effort to
acquaint the university community with the days of yore.
The festival grew out of a Chaucer research project by
the English department and has grown into a multi-
Beginning with the Coronation of the king and queen,
the festival lasts until Sundown. The- day's activities
include palm readers, a puppeteer, a human chess game
and a 20 foot dragon meandering through the fair.
Troupes of wandering players re-enact Shakesperean
plays, madrigal pageants, comedies and mysteries, pro-
viding medieval entertainment for the villagers of the
Knights in Armor and dragons roam wild
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Kings and Queens
But if games, plays and music aren't enough for the
fairgoers, knights armed with wooden broadswords joust
with genuine Middle Ages spirit in the oval's sunken gar-
den - the "Passion Pit," while villagers look on. Veiled
and painted belly dancers, undulating before some of the
other people of the village, give the fair another aspect of
medieval life - floor shows.
Campus and community artisans display their wares in
booths set up in the northern part of the hamlet, the
North Gval. Pottery, leather, and woven goods, jewelry
and dolls are offered by the medieval villagers. Other
booths offer medieval delicacies such as homemade sau-
sages, pastries and breads, tempting fairgoers with their
mouthwatering smells drifting through the hamlet.
Fair damsels and brave knights of all ages have been
enjoying the Medieval Fair at OU for the last three years.
In this case, the old proverb saying that all good things
have come to an end might be wrong. At least at OU the
best part of the Middle Ages has not ended after almost
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For blind student
life is lived to the fullest extent
When one thinks of blindness, he thinks of all
the negative aspects first, all the things that can't
be done. For Ken Strong, it is just the opposite,
he thinks of all the things he can do and then
"I try not to lean on my handicap, and I don't
let it keep me from doing the things I want to
do," Strong says. "If I wanted to, I could shut
myself in and hide from life, but I want to live
my life to the fullest possible extent."
Strong is a senior sociology major and plans to
go into seminary after graduating. He loves
school here at OU but says at times he does get
"It is frustrating when I have a class in which
the instructor spends a lot of time Writing on the
board instead of lecturing directly to the class,"
When it comes time to take exams, Strong
takes his in three different ways depending on
the instructor. Some are given orally, others he
takes on a regular or Braille typewriter.
When Strong isn't studying, he likes to go to
the OU sporting events with friends.
"I have made so many friends since I have
been here, and they treat me like I am no differ-
ent than they are. Sometimes they even forget
"I trynot to lean on my handicap, and I
don 't let it keep me from doing the things I
want to do. I could shut myselfin and hide
from life, but I Want to live my life to the
fullest possible extent."
friends, and most of all I have God, and he
makes it all complete."
- Cindy Whitman
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that I am blind," Strong says.
While most people tend to think of the nega-
tive aspects of blindness at first, Strong doesn't
think of them at all. "There are occasional frus-
trations, but they are small compared to all I
receive from life," he says. "If I had the chance
to change my life in any way, I can honestly say
that there isn't anything that I would really care
to change. School is going well, I have great
"IfIhad the chance to change my life in
any way, I can honestly say that there isn 't
an ythingl would really care to change. " '
Right: Ken Strong at his studies.
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Engineers put learning to use
Projects sh ow stud en ts
learn by solving problems
Engineering at the University of
Oklahoma is not all calculators and graph
paper. Engineering students proved that
Projects reanged from a robot that will
probably become a metal diplomat for
OU, to a machine which helps blind dia-
betes patients determine the level of sugar
in their urine.
The Audio Glucose Tape Tester, built
by two OU electrical engineering seniors,
performs the important function of read-
ing the level of sugar in a diabetes patient
and determining if the level is safe or dan-
gerous. Formerly, the level of glucose
could be determined by blind patients
only with the help of another person.
With the help of the machine, the patient
can become more independent.
A test tape in a specially designed slide
is inserted into the tester and the audio
tester then reads the tape. It remains
silent if there is no sugar in the urine. If
there is one-tenth percent sugar, the
machine will beep once. As the percent-
age rises, the machine beeps more often.
The idea behind the machine and other
projects developed by student engineers
is simply to enable handicapped persons
to become more self-sufficient.
Other OU engineers worked on improv-
ing the "self-sufficiency" of a metal friend
Talos is a robot built 18 years ago by
Iohn Fagan, associate dean of the College
of Engineering and a friend for a high
school science fair. ,
Now Talos' components have been
updated. To humans that might be like
having an overall insides transplant. To
Talos, it means getting oscillating blue
eyes, solid state components and a micro-
processor that gives him the ability to
receive a rudimentary command and
carry it through.
The 5-foot-2, eyes of blue robot is
expected to become an ambassador for
the OU College of Engineering, not only
becaiise robots are a rare and interesting
breed, but because he shows that OU
Talos the metal diplomat.
engineering students can use what they
are learning in the classroom to solve real
And anyway, isn't that what college is
Left: Talos and his redesig-
ners Susan Adudell, Carol
Hatch, Fred Holmes and Ftay
Warren. Below: Michael
Swetnam and Janet Carpen-
ter demonstrate the glucose
tester designed by OU stu-
Bodas de Sangre
OU's World Premier Ballet
A lonely mother, her youngest son's wedding
and the son's tragic death are part of the plot of
"Bodas de Sangre," a world premier ballet pre-
sented in April at OU's Rupel' I. Iones Theater.
"Bodas de Sangre," based on Garcia Lorca's
tragic drama "Blood Wedding," was composed
especially for OU by famed Spanish composer
Carlos Surinach. The dramatic stage tragedy by
Lorca was termed a "powerfully passionate
modern tragedy" ranking with "Romeo and
Iuliet." It was written by Lorca in 1933, but the
iclga of transforming it to a ballet is not quite as
Miquel Terekhov, choreographer of the ballet,
said the idea for the adaptation began in 1969
when he and another member of the OU drama
faculty discussed the possibilities of the trans-
formation. Then in October 1976, Surinach vis-
ited the OU campus. Terekhov mentioned the
idea to the composer and after the scenario was
sent, Surinach agreed to write the score.
Surinach completed the score in August 1978
and hand-delivered it to members of the Fine
Arts faculty. I-Ie returned to the University
several times as work progressed toward the
debut and was in the audience at the world pre-
The project was made available through the
Mark Allen Everett Foundation with additional
funding arranged by former President Paul F.
Sharp through the President's Council of the
"An original ballet complete with a score by a
composer of Surinach's stature most certainly
will bring the university to the attention of the
worlds of theater, dance and music," Dr. Nat
Eek, dean of the OU College of Fine Arts, said.
The Spanish composer has been commis-
sioned by numerous symphony orchestras in the
United States writing various scores in the field
In 1979, with the help of Surinach, members of
the fine arts faculty and the students who
danced in "Bodas de Sangre" were at the
pirouette of the world ballet.
Creators of the ballet:
Jerry Lewis, Iightingg
Raymond Larson, sets:
Carlos Surinach, com-
Buchwald, costumes. m
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Holly Catchings danced the Bride's
part in the world premiere.
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lwsidenfs Leadership Class
Row 1: Sally Mont-
Poakes, Cyndy Bur-
ris, Mark Ferris, Car-
olyn Videllet, Jim
Yates. Row 2: Greg
Graves, Jill Brud-
drett, Kedre Rost,
Kim Sullivan, Leslie
Morris, John Holler,
Mel Louthan. Row 3:
Monty Wilson, Jon
Sikes, Ray Oujesky,
Gigi Toma, Harry
Motter, Kevin Eas-
ley, Calvin Holloway,
Row 1: Todd Perry,
James H. Sparr,
Tracy Howell, Cin-
Greg Julian, Kent
Hubbard. Row 2:
Rhonda Lamb, Ann
Michaell, Mary Ann
Khoury, Lisa Plow-
man, Laurie Vaught,
Karla Gillham, Karyn
Riley, Laurie Adams.
Row 3: Steve Fry,
Bob Peak, Scott
Hamilton, Randy Mil-
lier, Paul Bonham,
Margaret Moore, Jim
Erickson, Lisa Pear-
son, Gary Gardner.
Selected for their outstanding high school their freshman year and meet with state, local
leadership record, the members of the Presi- and University leaders to help develop their
dent's Leadership Class receive a scholarship for leadership and service capabilities.
28 - PRESIDENT'S LEADERSHIP CLASS
Announcmg the 1979
The qual1f1cat1ons for the Sooner Standout award are stated as any Jun
1or or sen1or at the Un1vers1ty of Oklahoma who has made a s1gn1f1cant
contrlbutlon to the unlverslty commumty Th1s award IS presented annu
ally by the SOONER yearbook staff to the SIX most deservmg appllcants
The wlnners are selected by a panel of elght yudges
Th1S year the e1ght ludges were Anona Ada1r dlrector of the Center for
Student Development lack Ledbetter execut1ve d1rector of the Unlverslty
of Oklahoma ASSOCIHTIOH Wllham Upthegrove dean of the College of
Engmeerlng M1ke W1lson student Bea Wells adm1n1strat1ve asslstant to
the VICE presldent for the Un1vers1ty Commumty Paul Dannelley assoc1ate
professor of Journahsm Iohn Ezell Boyd professor of H1story and Warren
Lelghton SOONER 1979 edltor
The w1nners of the 1979 Sooner Standout award are Nancy E1chl1ng
Becky Sellers Emlly Stltch Ga11 Prlvett Tony Caud1ll and Sherry Rlchard
A brlef b1ograph1cal sketch on each wlnner IS presented on the followmg
"A major contribution to the
University of Oklahoma is some-
thing a student, an administrator
or a faculty member can contrib-
ute in the way of time or knowl-
edge to further benefit the uni-
versity. I feel my major contrib-
ution to the University of
Oklahoma has been through my
participation and work on vari-
ous campus activities. In the
activities I have been involved in
at OU, I have been able to set
goals and achieve them. At the
same time, I have felt a sense of
pride, accomplishment and
30 - SOONER STANDOUT
Campus Activities Council Vice-Chairman Alpha Phi Sorority
Gamma Gamma . . . Sooner Scandals Business Manager
Dad's Day Executive Committee.
pl Beta Ph1 Sororlty Student Congress Women s Week
Model Umted NHIIOHS Who s Who IH Amerlcan Colleges
I feel my major contrlbutlon to
the Umversxty of Oklahoma IS
my work through student gov
ernment especlally ln the Publlc
Defender s offxce Even though I
am proud of my contrlbutlons to
Student Congress Budget Coun
c1l and other act1v1t1es I feel that
through my job 1n the Publlc
Defender s offlce I have been
able to stand up for student s
rlghts ID a more vocal and con
trlbutmg fashlon I have come to
reallze that perseverance and
compromlse are the most vlable
means of 3llH1I'l11'1g a prospectlve
SOONER STANDOUT - 31
"University Housing and its rep-
resentation, government, opera-
tion and policy formulation has
demanded the greater portion of
my time and energy throughout
the four years I have resided on
campus. As I have served hous-
ing, so has it reciprocally served
me, affording many opportuni-
ties for leadership, consultations
with administrators and staff,
and interaction with students
from all walks of life and all
parts of the globe."
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Student Congress Representative . . . Big Woman on Campus . . .
1976-77 Walker Tower President . . . Mortar Board . . . Tassels
. . .Crimson Crest Award. . .Model United Nations.
Emily Cratvfnord Ctitoh
Panhellenxc presldent Gamma Ph1 Beta Sororlty Gamma
Gamma Resldents Actlon Un1vers1ty Smg Mom s
Day Women s Week
I conslder my major contmb
ut1on to the Un1vers1ty of
Oklahoma commumty to be my
dedlcatlon to a dlstrlbutlon of
act1v1t1es and my ab1l1ty to com
b1ne them to compllment and
beneflt each other Through my
four years at OU I have been
1nvo1ved 1n aot1v1t1es from an
lndependent freshman dorm
presldent to a senlor Panhellenlc
presldent I thmk my exper1
ences as a freshman not hav
mg sororlty afflhatlon helped
me as Panhellenlc pres1dent IH
Worklng w1th Resldent s Actlon
SOONER STANDOUT -- 33
"My major contribution to the
University of Oklahoma commu-
nity has been service to the Uni-
versity while maintaining
responsibility and dedication to
myself. I believe it is a student's
responsibility to get everything
they can out of college. It is each
student's job to study to the best
of their abilities and keep a level
of achievement that they can be
proud of. After scholastics, I
believe students should partici-
pate in as many university activi-
ties as they can, to meet new
people and gain new perspec-
34 - SOONER STANDOUT
I.F.C. Rush Chairman . . . Phi Delta Theta Fraternity . . . Union
Programs Assistant Coordinator . . . Sooner Yearbook Editor 1978
. . .Model United Nations. . .KGOU newsman.
Alpha Ph1 Soror1ty Crrmson Crest Award Top Ten Fresh
men Women Tassels Women s VHFS1ty Tennrs Team
Women s Varslty Softball Team
I feel a ma1or contr1but1on
entalls the t1me and personal
effort an 1nd1v1dual offers for the
enrmhment of students faculty
and adm1n1strat1on both for now
and the future I have conoen
trated my t1me and effort each
year 1nto a dlfferent area mclud
mg athlet1os Greek commun1ty
and the bus1ness envlronment
OU offers much more through
lnvolvement towards eduoatlon
and students need to be aware of
thls to broaden thelr ldeas and
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Pe-et, an Indian word meaning "Ten Best," is bership is determined by leadership, scholarship
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organization on the OU campus. Pe-et's mem-
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The Top Ten Freshman Men from the class of nity involvement.
Row 1: Fred
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The best football is
"The Oklahoma Sooners is the best football team in the
country. In my mind we are the best team. We were three
yards and three points away from a national champion-
ship." Coach Barry Switzer, who has mesmerized the
nation with a 61-6-2 record since his arrival in 1973, stands
firm in what he says.
It is difficult to argue with such a statement when the
Sooners have amassed the nation's best 30 year record:
The Sooners continued to show their superiority this
year by leading the nation in rushing C4275 yardsl and
scoring f40.0 points - and finished second to Nebraska in
total offense f489.3j. 1
Individual players captured the attention of everyone,
catapulting the Sooners to a 10-1 season. Billy Sims, the
1978 Heisman Trophy Winner, was the nation's leading
rusher and scorer in 1978, averaging 160.1 yards and 10.9
points. Sims set the Big Eight Conference single season
rushing record of 1,762 yards on 231 carries for a sensa-
tional 7.6 yards each carry. Sims became the first player in
Big Eight history to rush more than 200 yards in three con-
secutive games. Sims' quickness, aggressiveness, strength
and fast thinking all add up to the best runningback
Oklahoma has ever seen.
Greg Roberts, offensive guard, garnered the 1978 Out-
land Trophy. I-Ie is said to be the fastest lineman to play at
Oklahoma and that can be easily justified because of the
hasty calls made by game officials when they thought
Roberts jumped offsides before the ball was snapped.
Two time all Big Eight Conference kicker, Uwe von
Schamann, better known as von Foot, held the highest
conversion percentage for one season C59 of 59 in 19781,
which is a new NCAA record, most field goals in one sea-
son I14, in 19781 most conversions in a career t125l which
set an NCAA record.
All Big Eight safety Darroll Ray tied OU's school record
for pass interceptions Q71 and averaged 38.9 yards punting
OU could have passed more -- Sims receiving ability
40 - FOOTBALL
could have seen to that - but Thomas Lott, who Switzer
calls the best options quarterback he has coached, com-
pleted 21 of 55 passes for 440 yards and 6 touchdowns and
rushed for 577 yards on 111 carries, an envious average of
5.2 per run.
The Sooners "Package of Success", as Switzer calls it, is
a result of people and facilities. "Players want to play
where there is top notch everything," Switzer said. "We
get exposure on television, bowl games and we have good
coaches who can develop talent. We enjoy developing the
player's attitude. I enjoy seeing a man come, and later, as a
quality product - overcome complexes. They mature. To
me that is more important than scoring touchdowns -
seeing a young man develop. Football is tough. There are a
lot of pressures on a young man."
Oklahoma was co-champions with Nebraska in the Big
Eight Conference this year. Nebraska, coincidentally, is
the only team who marred the Sooners' record this year
and prevented them from capturing their fifth national
This year marked the seventh straight season that the
Sooners have finished in first place in league standings.
Oklahoma has a right to call themselves number one -
they have consistently captured titles - since 1971 OU has
won four titles outright C1972-73-74-771 and tied for it
Switzer's spacious office, covered with pictures of all
the Big Eight and All-American players, mementos, pic-
tures of friends, and action shots reflect some of the per-
sonal satisfaction and rewarding moments he has had in
the six short years he has coached.
Looming behind Switzer's desk is the golden Texas Tro-
phy, in the shape ofa Texan hat. The trophy, presented to
the team each year who wins the Texas-OU game - sets
just where it should always remain, complementing an
office and a man who will continue to keep OU in the win-
ning tradition it has earned.
Opposite: Darral Ray, an Oklahoma foot asset.
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Thebest of times
and the worst
Above: Nebraska recovers the
"National Championship" fumble on
the Sooner three yard line during the
last crucial moments.
FOOTBALL - 43
Two UU legends:
Switzer and Sims
OU coaching wlzard
Two OU Prize Winners
Sims and Roberts
The pro scouts pick for offen-
sive lineman, Greg Roberts.
46 - SIMS AND ROBERTS
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If Greg Roberts had not been
"demoted," as he called it, his fresh-
man year at OU, he wouldn't have
won the Outland Trophy. The Out-
land Trophy is presented annually to
the nation's best interior lineman.
"At first," Roberts said, "I didn't
want to be an offensive lineman.
There was no recognition and I
wanted a more glamorous position."
But Roberts' self-pity attitude dis-
appeared after the first week when
he decided he was going to play, and
to play well.
Roberts' broad smile and easygoing
attitude do not reveal his determined
stand on his future in professional
football. Pro scouts, to a man, say he
will be one of the first, if not the first
offensive lineman chosen in the 1979
Even though he does not have an
agent, he will go into the draft with a
price. "I deserve a lot of money,"
Roberts says. - continued
Billy Sims, the Iunior halfback
from Hooks, Texas, stole the hearts
of the Sooner fans in 1978, and car-
ried their enthusiasm all the way to
New York City where he picked up
his Heisman Trophy.
Sims is an explosive runner with
speed and great moves, and he
knows it. "Football has been good
to me," Sims says. He doesn't plan
to play football for the rest of his
life, however. "I'm not going to
play ball- forever," Billy states.
"Five or six years is enough.
"This Heisman is a stepping
stone for my career," Sims says.
But his career will have to wait for
another year, because Sims still has
one more year on the Sooner foot-
ball squad. Because he has his sen-
ior year to go, Sims could step into
his pro career with two Heisman
Trophies to his name.
It wasn't just Billy and the OU
fans who wanted the Heisman Tro-
phy, the whole team was pulling
for Sims. OU lineman and Sims'
roommate, Greg Roberts, said
before the Kansas State game, "We
are blocking harder because Billy
has a chance to win the Heisman
Trophy." Head Coach Barry
Switzer was also behind Sims, "He
is the best running back in America
and he is an excellent blocker."
Below: Billy Sims in
New York to receive
the Heisman Trophy.
SIMS AND ROBERTS - 47
Sims ran 79 yards
only to have his
effort called back
due to penalty.
Football isn't the only thing important to Sims
at OU, "My degree, which is recreation, means a
lot to me." He is currently involved in an intern-
ship at the Oklahoma Association of Retarded
The Heisman Trophy and the spotlight show-
ing on him because of the trophy are taken phil-
osophically by Sims. "I take things day by day'
now," Sims says. "I could change, but there is no
reason to do that."
His philosophy is also that he doesn't let
48 - SIMS AND ROBERTS
things worry him. He is, however, concerned
about his health and football injuries. "Injuries
can happen at any time," he says. "I might go ten
games and then get injured." Sims did have an
ankle injury early in the 1978 season that kept
him on the sidelines a lot of the time.
Even with all the glory of OU football and the
Heisman Trophy, Sims remembers home. Sims,
the oldest 'of five children, made a triumphant
trip home to Hooks, Texas after winning the
Heisman. Hooks citizens erected a sign in his
honor. As Billy says, "The-re's no place like
Roberts - con't
Roberts, the oldest of four children from
Nacogdoches, Texas, looks forward to pro foot-
ball. "I want something newg I like challenges.
Sure pro ball will be different," Roberts said.
"Films, practices and attention will be more
mandatory than in college. They want you to be
well prepared - which you should be."
Greg wants to play ball for about 10 years and
then go on to something else. He plans to get his
degree in sociology - eventually, but not this
year. He feels he can put it aside for six months
while he plays pro ball and come back for his
degree. Roberts, who began playing football in
seventh grade as a linebacker, had trouble this
year with officials calling him off sides because
he would come off the ball so quickly. He felt
that up until the Nebraska game OU had a great
year. "Nebraska took our dream away," hesaid.
"But we can't fall back on one loss, and we
Greg's unpredictability makes one wonder
what he will really do with his future. He feels
every person should for a goal, but all Roberts
wants now is a chance to prove what he already
knows -that he is the best lineman in the coun-
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Coach Bliss took
After a disappointing loss to Oklahoma City
University, the Oklahoma Sooners made a dra-
matic comeback and made it all the way to the
NCAA Midwestern Region semi-finals.
The Sooner basketball team was known as the
"Cinderella" team when they met the Texas
Longhorns in Dallas for the first round of the
NCAA regionals, but just winning a berth in Dal-
las was a dream to both players and fans.
The outcome of that game found the Sooners
heading for Cincinnati to play Indiana State in
the Regional semi-finals - OU dumped the
Longhorns 90-72. Head Coach Dave Bliss had
accomplished something no other Sooner coach
had, he took the team all the way to the semis.
The road to Cincinnati was not a smooth one.
Even though the Sooners had captured the Big
Eight title, they had a disappointing 21-7 season
record. The season record, however, was not a
real indication of the team's ability.
"People just don't realize that Oklahoma has
good basketball," said Sooner team captain Iohn
McCullough after the Texas rout. "When we
won the Big Eight Championship, people just
gidinlt really realize how good of a team we
OU head basketball coach Dave Bliss said this
year's team is a different type of team than last
year's. "We're a much better offensive team," he
said, "We're much more aggressive."
The Sooner team was not dominated by two
or three players - they played as a five man
unit. Each player used the others' ability for the
betterment of the team.
The Sooners crossed several milestones this
season. This was the first season in 31 years that
OU beat Kansas State. The drought ended with a
score of 70-62.
The largest crowd in Sooner history - 11,000
- crowded into the Lloyd Noble Center to see
OU beat Missouri 80-76.
It was also OU, and not Kansas or Kansas
State, that won the Big Eight Tournament in
Kansas City, winning OU an automatic bid to
the NCAA tourney.
All-in-all, it was an impressive team and an
impressive season for Coach Dave Bliss.
50 - BASKETBALL
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Aaron Curry, Kyle Dodd, Raymond Whitley, John Pace, Cody Williams.
McCullough, Cary Carrabine. Seoncd row: Glenn
54 - BASKETBALL
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"I am just thankful I came to OU." Soft spoken
and good looking john McCullough, captain of
the Sooner Basketball team, has worked
intensely since his arrival four years ago.
McCullough, a Petroleum Land Management
major, was not one of the top recruits in 1975.
But Coach Dave Bliss called McCullough after
he happened to spot Iohn during an exceptional
game in his industrial hometown of Lima, Ohio.
According to john, "everything fell into
place." OU was his only trip as a high school
McCullough's talent for understanding people
is obvious on the court as well as off.
"We learn about each other's emotions off the
court as well as on," McCullough said. "That is
one thing I appreciate about basketball and our
team. We have something special. You can tell.
You know what to say on the court to get a guy
McCullough's self-instilled motivation and
independence has helped him mature and reach
goals he set for himself.
"When I came here, I never knew anyone,"
McCullough said. "It was a learning experience.
Everything has worked out well."
"If I had stayed home, it would have been the
He grew pensive as he spoke of his hometown.
"At home," he began, "the workers look up to
me. Since they went directly to work in the fac-
tories instead of going to college, it made me
appreciate Where I am and that motivates me. In
a strong sense, I do it for the people who did not
have the chance."
"The mental part of basketball is even more
important than the physical," McCullough said.
"In high school, I was jittery before games, ready
physically. But now the guys on the other teams
are smarter and you have to be also. We had the
same team last year as we do now but we have
grown up and we are mentally ready to play."
McCullough always says a prayer before and
after a game. McCullough's serious expression
illustrated the belief he has, "if something is
meant to happen it will."
"God has a plan," McCullough said. "I get self-
ish sometimes and it takes me longer to get
56 - JOHN MCCULLOUGH
where I am going. If you have a strong faith, you
can understand it."
An example was McCullough's junior year. "I
did not play with as much intensity. Once I got
better and more confident, I began setting goals.
You have to set goals."
McCullough realized he was the type of player
who had to work at developing his talent. And
all O.U. fans are glad that he developed his tal-
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tain John McCullough.
JOHN MCCULLOUGH - 57
restlers finish 5th in nation
The OU wrestling team, which finished fifth
in the nation during the 1978 season, will better
that next season.
The 1977-1978 year saw injuries and close
losses. Road trip injuries cost the Sooners also.
The team improved that year, but started inex-
perienced. Keith Stearns took the NCAA 167-
pound gold medal and Frank DeAngelis placed
second in the Big Eight and then was runner-up
The 78-79 season has provided more top ath-
letes OU has had in a long time. This was mostly
due to the best recruiting in the nation. Head
coach Stan Abel signed six of the nation's top
ten high school wrestlers.
"Assistant coach, Iim Humphrey, helped tre-
mendously," Abel said. "He added a dimension
we didn't have before freestyle wrestling. We
felt we lost because we did not have two pro-
grams. At one time, one program was all you
needed. There was no carryover into the Olym-
pics. Now we offer the best of two worlds."
One of the best moments in the season was the
impressive Oklahoma State victory. The Soon-
ers, who had not beaten O.S.U. for 10 years,
dominated the meet.
Without the freshmen, the team could not do
it. Coach Abel feels OU has the finest young
team in the nation.
"The freshmen's attitude is great," Abel said.
"They are a good bunch of kids. And they are
the most talented, dedicated and devoted kids
I've coached. They encourage one another."
During the Big 8 tournament in Ames, Iowa,
sophomore Iim Darlington took the 177-pound
title. Freshman sensation Andre Metzger walked
away a runner-up. The team qualified nine peo-
ple for the NCAA, more than anybody of the Big
Oklahoma hopes to come back next year as
one of the top teams in the nation.
58 - WRESTLING
Lelt Head Coach Stan
Front row Bryan Evans Jeff Jordan Mark Nelson Davld Jenkmson Ron
Mlke Gelst Tracey Kramer Frank Richardson Doug Neubauer Dan
DeAngells Mlke Monday Andre McCullough Larry Grlfflth Richard
Metzger Jam Hall Roger Frlzell Evans Roy Oeser Coach Jerry
Rodney Hooks Coach Jlm Hum Stanley Thlrd row Paul Marks
phrey Second row Glen Johnson
Bruce Kopltar Jlm Darlington Keith
Stearns John Martlneck Bobby
Elrod Jlm Cutchall Edgar Thomas
Steve Wllllams Robert Nale Coach
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The Sooner baseball team, under the watchful
eye of head coach Enos Semore, turned in a 39-
20 season with a third place finish in the Big
Eight Conference in 1978.
OU clinched a playoff spot in late April when
theiy put Colorado away four times in one week-
The Sooners began the season slowly, but got
out the slump to have a good season. Fielding
was a troublesome spot all season.
Top: Art Toal playing third base. Above: The Sooners take the field.
64 - BASEBALL
Leh Shonmop AH Tom
throws outa baserunner
Below Number 22 Ron
Right: Coach Enos Semore.
Below: Third Baseman Rob
Glendening puts a tag on
Dallas Baptist baserunner.
Above Second baseman Tlm Sullivan
turns a double play Fhght Ron Weaver IS
out at home agalnst O State
Right: OU against New
Mexico. Below: Homerun
contratulations for Rob
It IS rare that a h1gh school sen1or IS drafted by
the malor leagues but OU p1tcher Scott Gardner
was Gardner has also been 1nv1ted to play for
the U S A 1n the World Cup and also chosen to
play 1n Anchorage Alaska for three months
For tall brown ha1red Scott Gardner a 1un1or
from Lubbock Texas those honors are more
proof of the except1onal p1tcher he IS
Gardner w1sely declded to go to college for a
bus1ness degree rather than play for the Mllwau
kee Brewers rlght out of h1gh school The Brew
ers drafted Scott 1n the th1rd round 1n 1976
For Gardner pro baseball was not totally
abandoned when he declded to come to QU
There 1S a strong poss1b1l1ty that he w1ll be
drafted th1s year and dec1de to leave I wanted
an educatlon f1rst Scott sa1d There was
always the chance I would have s1gned and got
ten 1n1ured Then where would I have been?
World Cup last fall and the team garnered sec
But 1t was 1n Anchorage that I gamed a lot of
experlence Gardner sa1d Baseball IS the only
sport up there We never stopped workmg
Baseball was not Gardner s only route to take
W1th h1gh school honors 1nclud1ng d1str1ct Most
Valuable Player 1n baseball football and basket
ball and all state ln baseball he could have gone
a number of ways
Remember Scott Gardner because 1t wont be
long untll he 1S p1tch1ng for the mayor leagues
Sooner pitcher Scott Gardner it
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The team takes a second NCAA title
The Oklahoma gymnasts claimed their second
national championship in 1978.
Paul Ziert, head coach since 1973 turned a
nonranking group into a national championship
team. Ziert's hard work and experience aided
the Sooner gymnastics rise from a national rank-
ing of 19 in 1974, to first in 1977. Last year's team
was crowned Big Eight Champion and NCAA
All-American Veterans Bart Connor, Mike
Wilson, and Les Moore proved once again the
champions they strived to be. Connor won the
all-around title, and Mike Wilson's courageous
performance in competing, although he was suf-
ff---T ---- - - E
All-American Bart Connor.
70 - GYMNASTICS
fering from a knee injury, was outstanding.
Ziert felt the Big Eight Conference competi-
tion was harder than the NCAA. He knew if they
could win the Big Eight meet the Sooners could
take the National title. The Big Eight Champion-
ship meant OU had to beat Iowa State, one of
the best gymnastic teams in the nation.
Besides boosting team moral, the second
national championship proved the Sooners abil-
ity to rise to the top in gymnastics. Although the
team does not feel they will win every year, they
have established themselves as one of the best in
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Wright, Bart Conner, Matt Biespiel, Mike
Wilson, Steve Rutledge. Row 2: Ron
Glaser, Jeff Martin, Brian Ahern, Tony
lgamlgton, Jody Bayless, Greg Webb, Paul
GYMNASTICS - 73
He brings in the crowds
Bart Connor will not reach his peak until he is 24 years
old. His accomplishments are endless and the 50-odd
scrapbooks his father has filled keep adding up.
Connor, graduate of Niles West High School in Skokie,
Illinois is a born winner. He began gymnastics when he
was 10 years old, then gave up football and skating in jun-
ior high to concentrate on gymnastics.
And before he was able to drive, Connor had the pres-
sure of dealing with college scouts. Among them was OU
Coach Paul Ziert.
"I chose OU because of Mr. Ziert," Connor said. "He is
the kind of guy that could help me where I needed help.
Our ideas about gymnastics are about the same."
For the past three years, Connor has traveled exten-
sively and will do it again this year.
"My parents are very understanding," Connor
explained. "They do not expect regular things to happen.
Last year I was in Germany at Thanksgiving."
"I see them a lot. They follow my tours and my dad has
amassed rolls and rolls fof filmj of me at invitationals and
Connor's expertise has taken him to Canada, Mexico,
Red China, New Zealand, Bulgaria and France. It has also
provided Connor with six trips to Europe.
A And the trips have paid off.
Connor competed in the Pan-Am Games in Mexico City
and was a member of the 1976 Olympic Gymnastics Team.
He has also won gymnastics meets across the world, and
traveled to 11 different countries.
In 1976 he won the American cup in Madison Square
Garden, where he was competing against the top gymnasts
in the world. In 1977 he was a member of the World Uni-
versity Games in Bulgaria and was a team member of the
NCAA Co-Championship winning Sooner Gymnastic
In 1978, he was ranked first all around in collegiate
rankings, named All-American at the NCAA, placed third
all-around in the American Cup at Madison Square Gar-
den. Connor was co-Winner of the final trials for the
world championship team.
To say the least, Connor has been successful.
"Gymnastics is getting tougher," Connor said. "There is
a trend to do outrageous hard things," Connor said. "It
takkes a little strain, but that is the kind of gymnast I want
Connor is attempting to place two double back flips in
two places in his floor exercise, a feat few gymnasts have
"You always have to be on the top of things," Connor
said. "Gymnastics is something you can not give up on. It
is a year-round sport and you have to keep up with it to be
in competitive shape."
Connor probably will compete eight to ten more years.
Eventually he will coach. I-Ie wants to stay round
Oklahoma, he says.
"There is a lot to be done heref,
74 - BART CONNOR
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ear of rebuilding
Cuarded optimism marked last year's tennis
season, a season which was a valuable experi-
ence on which to base the 1979 season.
OU played well in the Big Eight Champion-
ships last year, only to be edged out ofthe finals
in a dramatic loss to Oklahoma State University.
A year of rebuilding was ahead for head
coach Ierry Keen and the Sooners as graduation
claimed Iohn Staub, Tony Eugenio and Less
Topp - three of last year's squad. Brian Crozier
and Andy Scott head the list of returning letter-
men, along with a solid nucleus of teammates
including Iohn Frates, Mark Ceurenkink and
Crozier captured the Big Eight number two
singles and doubles championships last year,
while Scott won the number five singles title.
Keen plans to rebuild his team and regain the
conference crown with an excellent crop of new
recruits. If new and returning players live up to
expectations, the OU Tennis team will have a
very productive season.
Front row: Jeff Scott, Mike Benson, Andy Scott, Chris Andreas Niegel, Dennis Wall, Billy Washington, Co
Berry, Mark Guerkink, Billy Canon. Second row: Coach Blanco, Assistant Coach Mike Newport.
Jerry Keen, Brad Westfal, Mike Offner, Brian Crozier,
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Tankers finished 5th in Big 8
The OU men's swim team finished the 1977-78 season
with a dismal 2-7 dual meet record, and a fifth-place finish
in the Big Eight Championship meet.
OU started off the season with a victory over Texas
Christian University. The tankers then fell to hard times,
losing their next five dual meets, finishing last in the Colo-
rado Invitational, and withdrawing from the All-Ameri-
can Invitational in Austin, Texas.
They picked up their second and final victory of the sea-
son with a win over the University of Nebraska. The Soon-
ers dropped their final dual meets to the University of
Kansas and cross-state rival Oklahoma State University.
OU's only bright spot in the Big Eight meet came from
the performances of senior captain Roger Berndt. Berndt
swam to a second-place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke
with a school record time of 58.9. Berndt also took second
place in the 100 freestyle 146.41 and third in the 50 free
t21.34J. Times in both of these races were close to his own
This was a year of second-place finishes for the Sooners
in the Big Eight meet. In addition to Berndt's second in the
100 breast and 100 free, Fritz Lehman picked up a second
in the 200 backstroke, Tim Lehman was second in the 200
butterfly and the 400 medley relay fFritz Lehman, Bob
Zimmer, Phil Ardrey and Berndtj was second.
"It was a disappointing season for us," sophomore Fritz
Lehman said, "but with hard work and good recruiting, wel
should definitely finish higher in the conference next sea-
78 - SWIMMING
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Row 1 Fritz Lehman Darren Wrl Ardrey Dan Cerf Dan Kallna Joe Lynn Dan Gormely Henry Jost Tum
hams Bnlldamlson Don Sealey Row Bndduck fmgrl Row 3 Sue Mangarh Lehman Shaun Bogan Head Coach
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Coach I. D. Martin hoped for a good confer-
ence finish in spring 1978. Instead the team
became champions of the Big Eight Conference.
The Sooners won the Big Eight Track Crown at
Iohn Iacobs Field April 20-21 last spring.
"It has been 17 years since we won first place
in the outdoor," Coach Martin said. "We also
had time as a result of the title. We won more
relays and events than any other Big Eight."
The Sooners broke a 12-year string of victories
by the Kansas Iayhawks in the Big Eight Confer-
ence by beating them 109Vz-93. Competing in
front of a hometown crowd was likely a big fac-
tor in the Sooners winning the Big Eight Confer-
ence Track 8z Field Championship. The title was
80 - TRACK
a rewarding victory since OU had not won it
At the NCAA meet in Eugene, Oregon Iune 1-3
the Sooners collected two second place finishes
and one third place, but were not exactly
pleased with the results.
However the team has reason to be optimistic
about the spring season in 1979. With the Big
Eight under the Sooners belt, Coach Martin
recruited some of the best athletes in the nation.
"We have a good chance again this spring,"
Martin said. "If everything goes well. We have
the talent to do it."
The team should be strong, if not stronger
than last year's explosive team.
Front row Tom OGrady Davld Mlley John
Muley Larry Snms Mark Blshop Scott
Crockett John Rohde Second row Rack
Bagswell Mahlon Erickson Erln Rankin
David Brown Dana Jensen Jay Franklin
Coach Rick Musgrave
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The 1978 year was a time of adjustment for the
Sooner golf team and for coach, Robert O.
Smith. The team did not go to the NCAA, which
is a goal almost every team strives for.
Coach Smith, who enters his first full year as
Sooner coach, takes the place of lim Awtry, who
left OU to become head pro in Claremore,
Oklahoma, is a former Big Eight Conference
individual champion. Smith has already brought
about changes for the golfers. Smith instituted a
running program for the Sooners, helping them
improve physically and emotionally.
The team lost four members. Four year letter-
82 - CROSS COUNTRY
men Stan Ball, Harry Turner, Mike McClung and
Iim McColl all finished their eligibility.
However the Sooners have the experience of
Mark Brooks, Iohn Baumert, from McAlester,
and Terry Collier, probably the Sooners' best
golfer that season.
The Sooners did not win any tournaments in
1978, although they came close in the Oklahoma
Intercollegiate at Shawnee, tying for second.
The team finished the 1978 year with a fourth
place in the Big Eight meet held in Lawrence,
Reasons for optimism in cross country: Left: Dyrk
Dahl. Below left: John Rohde. Below right: Rick
A season of optimism
84 - GOLF
OU Golf Team: Mark Brooks, Harry Turner
head coach Robert O. Smith, Terry Collier
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GOLF - 85
Moving with muscles
The OU Weightlifting Club again proved that
it is the best around Oklahoma by winning the
State Collegiate Championship seven years in a
The team took Sand Springs Class I Meet, sec-
ond in the Oklahoma Olympic Open, first in the
OU Bench Press Meet and second in the
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In Stillwater, they showed their muscle and
took a first at Oklahoma State Collegiate Meet.
State champions include: David Qualls, 1233
Kenny Holder, 1323 Wayne Ragsdale, 1813 Lon
Dunham, SHWQ Steve Miller, 181g Ali Chazan-
fari, 165g Brent Hisey, 148. These men either
placed or are the state champs for their weight.
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Gary Jamison Scott Bumgarner Second row Bull
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Chez Evans Wayne Ragsdale Davld Ferguson Thlrd
row Steve Edwards Joe Wllllams Arnold Schwatz
negger Darryl Ftay David Qualls Scott Pelton Fourth
row Lanny Diaz Franko Columbo Ed Berg Ned
Nutall Dr BobWoodford Mr Mystery
Coming to the forefront at OU
Five years ago, the founding of the women's
sports program at the University of Oklahoma
brought the excitement of intercollegiate athlet-
ics to sports-minded women as well as men.
Today the program operates under the Associ-
ation of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. OU
is in region IV, along with teams from Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas and other parts of
Oklahoma. The schedule is also highlighted with
tournaments and single games with other Big
Seven head coaches and six assistants form a
strong coaching staff. Three trainers are on hand
to keep athletes healthy.
Facilities for the women's program at OU rank
among the best in the area. Lloyd Noble Center,
Murray Case Sells Swimming Complex, and a
nine lane track at Iacobs Field give teams top-
rate facilities in which to practice and compete.
These, along with varsity tennis courts, Norman
city softball diamonds and the OU golf course
make women's sports viable at OU.
Based on athletic ability and financial need,
athletic scholarships are available for women
athletes at OU. This insures that OU can con-
tinue to provide a quality structure in which a
young woman can develop her potential as a
skilled performer as well as meet her educa-
Past successes coupled with potential for the
future assure women at OU of quality athletes in
"The strongest team I've ever coached," was
Sooner coach Randy Sontheimer's description
of his 1978 women's tennis team.
After posting an 8-2 dual record for the fall,
the coach and his basically young team are on
their way to a successful 1979 season.
The fourth year coach is full of praise for his
entire squad, made up of six top players and six
reserves. Seven freshmen, four sophomores and
one junior do an excellent job of representing
OU both on and off the court. Top players
include Stefanie Flory, Linda Robson and Iill
Talent combined with a winning attitude
90 - WOMEN'S SPORTS
assure the women's tennis team of continued
success in the coming seasons.
Most people believe that to have a winning
season, you must have a winning record. But OU
v5omen's volleyball coach Miles Pabst has other
"Sure, it's disappointing to not have a winning
season, but we played against top competition
all season. We could have played teams not
quite as good as we were and won. Instead I
chose to match the girls against teams better
than us. As a result we were pushed to be the
best we could be," Pabst explained.
The team was young and inexperienced with
two freshmen, six sophomores and two juniors
on the roster. OU finished the season with a 14-
OU's women's golf team maybe young, but
their fine showing during the tough 1978 fall sea-
son proved their talent and potential for an even
better season this spring.
Led by Coach Ioan Blumenthal, the Sooner
squad kicked off its fall season with a fourth
place finish in the Susie Maxwell Berning All-
College Classic. At the Iowa State Invitational,
the team walked away with a tournament win
and top individual honors. They wrapped up the
season with a third place finish in the Stephen F.
Austin Invitational in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Four freshmen, two sophomores and one jun-
ior make up the surprisingly young Sooner
squad. Encouraged by the fall season, Coach
Blumenthal is optimistic. The 1979 spring sched-
ule should be even more successful for OU's tal-
ented women's golf team.
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In their last year as an official sport, the 1978
women's field hockey squad, coached by Marita
I-Iynes, brought the year to a climactic close,
breaking four school records and coming close
to qualifying for nationals.
The Sooners opened their 1978 fall season
with a loss to Central State, but rallied to defeat
CSU three times during the season. At the state
tourney, OU finished in second place, and ended
the season with a 9-11 record.
Four school records were set by the field
hockey team this year, including most victories
in one season and most goals by an individual,
team member Cindy Brtko. These are a source of
pride for the team, as the records they set this
year will never be broken.
Field hockey will not be recognized as an offi-
cial sport after this season, but Coach Hynes and
the Sooner squad can be proud of their accom-
plishments in 1978.
92 - WOMEN'S SPORTS
The women's cross country team accom-
plished something to be proud of this past fall
season. This was the first time ever that the run-
ners competed as a team.
The Sooner squad began its rookie season in
Stillwater at the OSU Iamboree finishing fifth
The Arlington Invitational was the next stop
where the young team took second place against
The Sooners brought competition home in
October with the Oklahoma Invitational OU
again took second place The next stop was the
Big Eight Championship OU took seventh place
Coach Rick Musgrave called the Big Eight Con
ference the toughest womens cross country
WOMEN S SPORTS 93
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The Sooners did have an impressive season,
especially considering that it was their premier
season. During the season to come, the experi-
ence acquired this season combined with the tal-
ent will make the Sooners successful.
The women's basketball program at OU is
growing by leaps and bounds and is becoming
one of the the more popular of the Sooner
sports, and with good reason.
In 1978, the Sooners took third place in the all-
important Big Eight, captured second place in
the OAIAW Championship and qualified for the
The Sooners practice and play their home
games in the Lloyd Noble Center. Several of the
games were part of a basketball double-header
with the men's team.
WOMEN'S SPORTS 95
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during the 1950s. Assisting him this year will be
Lynn Hickey. I
After a brief absence the Sooner softball team
returned the OAIAW Championship trophy to
the Norman campus last spring. Other tourna-
ment finishes recorded by the 1978 team
96 - WOMEN'S SPORTS
included a second place trophy at the Big Eight
softball tournament and a fifth place finish at
the SWAIAW Tournament. '
The Sooners were the team to beat last year in
the state of Oklahoma going through the in-state
schedule without a loss to another state team.
Softball is becoming one of the most popular
sports in Norman.
Sooner softball coach Marita Hynes is enter-
ing her third year at OU. Serving Hynes as
assistant coach this spring will be Diane Kop-
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Swimming for the Sooners is a year round
sport and OU s women tankers termed in a
great season last year
They fmished second in the Sooner Invita
tional third in the 1977 Lady Husker Invita
tional Sooners turned in a flfth place f1n1sh at
representatives to the AIAW Meet for the last
The Sooners will host the Big Eight Swimming
and Diving Championships this season
Coachlng the Sooners swimming and d1v1ng
team will be Mike Burt Assisting Burt this sea
son will be Sue Mangan She serves as d1v1ng
coach for both the women s and men s team
The women s track team at OU has the dis
t1nct1on of producing the first national cham
plon for the Sooners program S1r1 B1elland was
crowned the national 880 indoor champion fol
lowing the 1978 AIAW National Indoor Meet
The track program at OU IS growing each
in the fall h1t the 1ndoor track for the 1ndoor sea
son during the winter months then move out
side for the outdoor season ln March
I D Martin wears two hats for OU He serves
as head coach for both women s and men s track
for the Sooners
WOMEN S SPORTS
the Big Eight Championship. They have sent year. The Sooners participated in cross country
Itis the students time to play
On most any day on the OU campus you will
find some type of intramural sport being played
Intramural sports can vary all the way from
horseshoes and badminton to football and
Weightlifting. At OU there is a intramural sport
for everyone, and a sport for every season
throughout the school year.
Intramurals provide the bookridden student
with some physical activity and friendly compe-
tition. And it is a sure way of meeting some new
Since their inception in the late 1920s, intra-
mural sports, currently under thc: leadership of
Paul Wilson, has grown to be one of the most
outstanding programs in the Big Eight.
Although there is no centralized recreation
center for the playing of IM sports, they do not
lack from participation. It is estimated that
several thousand students participate in intra-
murals every year.
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finish in the IM bike races.
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you can hear on those sunny afternoons at the
intramural football fields.
Thousands of students participate each year
in IM football, the most popular intramural
sport. Each year more students and teams enter
the competition. This year there were again
Greek, Housing and Independent teams. Each
division contained both male and female teams.
Intramural football was made somewhat safer
this season by making it non-contact. It is hoped
to cut down on injuries.
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The University of Oklahoma 's
William Slater Banowsky was chosen as the
tenth president of the University of Oklahoma
on August 14, 1978 by a unanimous vote of the
OU Board of Regents.
Banowsky replaced Dr. Paul Sharp as presi-
dent of OU after Sharp resigned due to ill health.
An Abilene, Texas, native, Banowsky is also a
former Republican National Committeeman and
fund raiser for Ronald Reagan. He and his wife
Cay have four sons.
The new president termed his appointment
"one of the most challenging moments in my
"In an age ot monolithic struc-
tures, the university is the only insti-
tution devoted singularly to intellec-
life," and said that he feels a great responsibility
and respect for the University and its faculty.
Banowsky came to OU from his post as presi-
dent of Pepperdine University in California.
Criticism of Banowsky, who is also an
ordained Church of Christ minister, concerned
the effects of his religious and political beliefs
on his administrative duties. He reassured crit-
ics, saying "I tend to regard myself as a centrist
and will serve the University with all my heart."
He views himself as "a unifer rather than a per-
son who would contribute to any gap that may
exist." and pledged to "always be just as honest
as I can be."
Honesty, integrity and responsibility will
serve to prove William Slater Banowsky an
innovative, effective and outstanding president
of the University of Oklahoma.
The inauguration ceremony of Dr. William
Slater Banowsky was held on November 18, 1978
in the Lloyd Noble Center. The following are
excerpts of his inaugural address: '
"I accept the presidency of the University of
Oklahoma with profound gratitude. I am grate-
ful for circumstances of providence which, I
believe are at workin our livesg I am grateful for
America, which permits one born in this native
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soil and reared in the shadow of this institution
to stand where I now standg and for the over-
whelming Oklahoma welcome. . ."
Vllthough, I speak in the interest of the Uni-
versity, I do not presume to speak for it. It is the
essence of the university that no one person can
truly speak for it. In an age of monolithic struc-
tures, the university is the only institution
devoted singularly to intellectual individualism.
It is the only organization designed not merely to
tolerate, but to encourage those very persons
who oppose its policies. Time after time the soli-
tary scholar, doggedly holding out against intel-
lectiial prejudices, has advanced knowledge
Banowsky's new campus.
WILLIAM BANOWSKY - 111
Dr. William Banowsky
Gay moves in.
"The university's first commitment is to pre-
serve the spirit of freedom and openness. Some-
where, in every great society, room must be
made for that place in which anything may be
studied and everything may be questioned -
not just safe and established things but danger-
ous and incendiaryones. . ."
"The delicate thing about freedom is that,
while it requires restraints, it also requires that
they be self imposed rather than forced from
Without. . ."
"Even within these ground rules, tension usu-
ally persists between the university and its soci-
"The delicate thing about Free-
dom is that, while it requires
restraints, it also requires that they
be self imposed. . ."
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ety, especially when both are dynamic. ln turb
lent times, anxiety may mount until each fee
threatened bythe other. . ."
"The university was not designed as th
instrument of immediate remedy for all of soci
ty's ills. lt has a moral obligation to be sensiti
to the cultureg but it should be the conscience
the culture as well as its reflection."
"Ideally, then, the university has the dau
responsibility of innovation and conservatt
No great institution can be built running coun
to public opiniong but, curriculum content c
not be determined by an opinion poll. In the lo
range, interests of society are best served by pi
serving the relative autonomy of the univers.
"Knowledge is one ot Iife's great
goals, an end within itself which
must not be made a mere means."
"Today, the University occupies two major
campuses of 3,000 acres and facilities with a
replacement value in excess of one billion dol-
lars. A full-time faculty of more than 1,300
enrolls almost 24,000 students in 15 colleges.
Since the beginning, more than 100,000 students
have been graduated and tens of thousands
more have been served. . ."
"The University of Oklahoma has produced 24
Rhodes Scholars, which is more than any other
university in our region. Only four other public
institutions can claim more. We have a greattra-
dition of academic excellence upon which to
build and celebrate the dynamic partnership. "
"But as an institution these great goals -
autonomy and neutrality - will define our aim
"The past is prologue. Looking ahead, we are
determined to improve even more the quality of
our programs in all four areas of responsibility
assigned to us by the Oklahoma State Regents
for Higher Education. Our mission includes
undergraduate educationg graduate and profes-
sional educationg research, and continuing edu-
cation and public service. .
"Knowledge is one of life 's great goals, an end
within itself which must not be made a mere
means. . ."
"The university must be a place where the val-
ues and ideas, the manners and the methods, the
knowledge and wisdom of the ages are given
meaning in today's world. Students should learn
that we are all bound together in ways that
demand more of us than self-concern . . ."
"To preserve excellence where it exists and to
develop it where it does not, three basic essen-
tials are essential. First we must concede that we
WILLIAM BANOWSKY - 113
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To achleve excellence ln our mlsslon we need a banner to llft our slghts a d
focus our asplratlons A renewed commitment to membership In the Assoclatlon
fAmerlcan Unlversltles provides an Ideal flag
cannot do everyth1ng We must narrow our
scope and focus sharply on what we can do 1n a
really f1rst rate wa y
Second we must ded1cate ourselves to a
renewed sp1r1t of cooperat1on w1th our col
leagues at Oklahoma State Un1vers1ty
must exam1ne the needs of Oklahoma and avozd
unnecessary d upl1cat1on
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Slfy there can be no subst1tute for excellence
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cannot susta1n excellence unless we are w1ll1ng
to pay the pr1ce
Research IS the least V1S1bl6 and most m1sun
derstood respons1b1l1ty of the Un1vers1ty but 1t
IS one of the most cr1t1cal Search for new
knowledge IS the dr1v1ng sp1r1t wh1ch shapes our
destzny W1thout the control of our l1ves wh1ch
creat1ve research prov1des we are left as help
less watchers of the pass1ng parade
No un1vers1ty can fulf1ll 1ts respons1b1l1ty
e1ther to 1nstruct1on or research w1thout an
excellent l1brary No pr1or1ty can be h1gher no
progress more consequenhal than the ach1eve
ment of excellence 1n our un1vers1ty l1brar1es
and we are embark1ng on a plan of development
to move us toward thatgoal
To ach1eve excellence 1n our m1ss1on we
need a banner to l1ft our s1ghts and focus our
asp1rat1ons A renewed comm1tment to member
sh1p 1n the Assoc1at1on ofAmer1can UU1V6FSll18S
prov1des an 1deal flag
May our fa1th 1n the future be as steadfast as
those who walked here before May our dreams
be bold enough
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One of the more unpleas-
ant aspects of OU, tuition
Learning -the reason behind UU
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Over 100,000 degrees eonfered
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A new president
a new aim
Springtime walks to class.
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Right: Rose Moreland
designed the masks used
in the OU Theater's pro-
duction of "Oedipus
Rex." Below: OU Music
Theater's production of
"A Ceremony of Carols."
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Talent. Creativity. lndividuality. Unique qual-
ities which distinguish the student enrolled in
the College of Fine Arts.
The College of Fine Arts, under the direction
of Dean Nat Eek, offers an intense, carefully bal-
anced program combining both theoretical and
technical training. Talented students may
choose dance, drama, art, music or combine
these into ageneral fine arts major.
Entertainment is a vital contribution to the
university-community, and the College of Fine
Arts offers numerous performances yearly, The
School of Drama presents several plays in Rupel
Iones theater and in Studio Theater. For dance
enthusiasts, the School of Dance stages two
dance concerts yearly. Countless recitals and
concerts, featuring university bands, orchestras,
choirs and solo artists, are performed by the
School of Music, and various art exhibits are on
display throughout the year in Fred Iones Art
Concentrated theory combined with the
essential experiences of performance and
exhibit form the basis of Fine Arts training. OU's
highly professional quality of display and per-
formance assure the students, faculty, and com-
munity of continuing excellence in the creative
l "AmahI and the
Night Visitors," a
production of the
OU Music Theater.
ACADEMICS - 127
The College of Engineering shed its old face
this year with the renovation of Felgar and Rich-
Enrollment in the College of Engineering has
risen steadily in recent years. Many programs
such as meteorolfy, environmental design and
computer science began with engineering. The
career possibilities are highly competitive, but
well-paid and challenging.
Dean William Upthegrove recognizes the need
for beginning engineers to have as much individ-
ual training as possible, and the school involves
students in research programs and national
competitions to aid in this development.
The College of Engineering gives students the
opportunity to develop the skills needed in a
challenging engineering career.
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The College of Environmental Design offers a
bachelor of science in environmental design
through a multi-disciplinary program of 124
hours. The college also offers undergraduate
programs in architecture and in construction sci-
Students interested in careers in architecture
usually begin their undergraduate work through
programs in the College of Environmental
Design, Engineering or Arts and Sciences. Pro-
fessional studies for a masters in architecture
are completed in the School of Architecture.
The Dean of the OU Law Center, Iames West-
brook, emphasizes the fact that lawyers begin
their careers not as specialists, but as generalists
in a wide variety of law-related fields.
There is no prescribed pre-law major, but
most law students hold bachelor's degrees in
business, political science, history, and econom-
ics. As well as a law degree, a student interested
in related jobs can find a career as a legal secre-
tary, legal assistant, or para-legal through
courses offered in OU's Liberal Studies program.
OU can take pride in their excellent law
school. Dean Westbrook and the students and
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faculty of the law center are constantly striving
to malntaln the quallty education and reputation
of the OU School of Law
The College of Liberal Studies at OU has been
offered non traditional degree programs since
1961 The curriculum includes studies 1n three
broad areas of knowledge humanities natural
sciences and soclal sciences An 1nd1v1dua11zed
study program IS des1gned for each student
dependlng on experience and interests
Approximately 800 students are enrolled in
the college with the average age being 37 The
students 1n Liberal Studles are not necessarily
enrolled for career preparation but for more
direction in their jobs
The OU College of Dentistry located at the
OU Health Sciences Center enrolled its first
class 1n 1972 It has slnce expanded to include
several graduate programs 1n the cl1n1cal spe
C18l1t1BS as well as offerlng the D D S degree
A new Dental Clinical Sciences Building con
taining numerous operatories laboratories and
offices was completed in 1976
the super1or student may complete the program
1n less t1me The dental curriculum is oriented
toward the prevention and d1agnos1s of dental
disease Other important features 1nclude
patient contact dur1ng the first semester a group
practice arrangement 1n the cl1n1cs and coreela
t1on semmars to relate the basic and cl1n1cal sc1
As one of OU s newest colleges the College of
Dentlstry continues to grow and progress in
OU s f1ne trad1t1on of health educat1on
The College of Health under the direction of
Philip E Smith offers undergraduate and gradu
ate tra1n1ng in a Wlde range of health service
Hdl'Il1D1StI'HllVB and health care research profes
The college IS d1v1ded 1nto the D1v1s1on of
Alhed Health Profess1ons and the D1v1s1on of
Public Health Tra1n1ng programs produce
health professionals who are responslve to the
needs of a changing health care delivery system
and to changing perceptions of health ln the
community at large These programs represent
speciallzed training which round out the health
team ID the hospital the medical cl1n1c and the
The OU College of Health recognlzes that
health IS truly a community affair and w1ll con
tinue to train competent professionals in a wide
variety of health related fields
The College of Pharmacy offers a five year
program leading to a degree of bachelor of sci
ence in pharmacy as well as work leading to a
masters of science degree The college provides
a tra1n1ng program that qualifies its graduates
for the general practice of the profession and for
any one of its specialtles
For over 60 years the College of Nurs1ng has
served Oklahoma by accepting and meetmg 1tS
respons1b1l1t1es for the education of profess1onal
Two years of general educatlon courses pro
vlde the foundation for the students movement
from simple to complex health care situations
Upper d1v1s1on nursing courses are offered at the
Health Sciences Center and a variety of settings
1n the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area
Full tlme students may complete the graduate
program the only one 1n the state 1n one calen
dar year the curriculum IS also organized to
accommodate part time students Enrollment in
the graduate program is expected to reach 100
By keepmg up with further developments ln
education research and health care technlques
the College of Nursing maintains h1gh standards
in the tra1n1ng of professional nurses
The School of Medicine of the UHlVCFS1ly of
Oklahoma had 1lS beginning in 1900 when two
years of medical tra1n1ng were established on
the Norman campus Ten years later the school
expanded to 1nclude Oklahoma City fHC1l1l19S
and today almost 80 years later OU s School of
Med1c1ne IS the oldest and largest academic unit
at the Health Sc1ences Center
A student preparing for entrance to the college
1S encouraged to select a mayor in whatever field
IS of greatest lnterest to h1m recognlzmg that a
broad background IS essential to the develop
ment of a truly educated physician He or she
may then qualify for adm1ss1on after earning a
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To alleviate the physician shortage in
Oklahoma, the college has expanded its medical
student enrollment and developed new pro-
grams. The Physician's Associate Program is
designed to produce a new kind of health profes-
sional, the physician's assistant. To further
expand facilities, a clinical branch in Tulsa was
opened in 1974. When this branch is fully opera-
tional, the University will have a total enroll-
ment of approximately 800 medical students and
200 M.D. graduate students per year.
Dedicated to producing exceptionally quali-
fied doctors, helping doctors stay abreast of
rapid advances in medicine and contributing
expanding knowledge to the health sciences, the
College of Medicine continues to insure quality
health care for all Oklahomans.
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The Dklahoma Daily
The Oklahoma Daily, often the hotbed of con-
troversy throughout the University, still proved
to be the most reliable source of campus news.
A staff of approximately 75 students puts out
the paper five days a week, Monday through Fri-
day. All editorial positions are staffed by stu-
dents. The faculty advisor is Chuck House.
This year's editors have been Andy Reiger, fall
semester, and Tim Ford, spring semester.
The Oklahoma Daily advertising staff, com-
Front row: John Williamson, Dean Suddath, Christy Ter-
ekhov, Valerie Zayat, Steve Wright, Alison Dingledine.
Second row: Ed Howard, Chuck House, David Donchin,
Kim Stott, Jan Harrison, Joyce Taylor, Jane Aldridge,
Andy Fiieger. Third row: Cindy Whitman, Steven Robert-
1 36 - ORGANIZATIONS
posed of students, generates approximately 85
percent of the Daily's revenue. The rest of the
funding comes from the student activity fee.
The production of the Daily is done com-
pletely within Copeland Hall. Typesetting,
paste-up and printing is done by the Iournalism
The Daily is printed before 3:40 a.m. each
print day for distribution to the campus.
son, Ann Alexander, John Hefner, David Huff, Steve Gil-
lies, Leslie Lynn, Tim Ford. Fourth row: Bill Crum, Breen
Newcomer, Don Emrick, Tom Cummings, Joan Cuccio.
Fifth row: Rita Flusche, Vernon Gowdy Ill, Carol Alexan-
der, Mark Stuart.
Front row: Kim
Priewe. Second row:
Karrie Williams, Jim
Cundiff, Russ Har-
shaw, Susan Brett,
Herb Pate, Lori
Welsh, Terye Myers.
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The Un1vers1ty of Oklahoma Ruf Neks,
the natlon s oldest pep club, was organ
lzed 1n 1915 for the purposes of fostermg
school sp1r1t, ass1st1ng cheerleaders and
protectmg the campus tn cases of 1nter
school rlvalry The Ruf Neks are well
known for thelr shotgun blasts and the
Sooner Schooners tr1ps across the foot
ball f1eld after each Sooner score
3 Left President Jeff Jones
iv and Ftuf Nek queen Mac
-L hell Maclas
Front row Don Beams
Allen Muse Mlke Connor
Steve Prentice Zlg Zag
Ftandy Cox Jett Jones
Second row Karla Musk
rat Bob Gwartney Tum
Doug Latr Donna Woo
drult Mtke James Tom
Heydman Mlke Erwin
Thlrd row Jackie Owens
Trrsh Kelly Steve Fneden
Dan Nlghttngale Lee Lat:
more Davld Kalser Delmer
Piper Dody Preston Tlm
Welch Charlotte Haxel
Lee Ann Welch Beverly
Rott Jtm Prckle Lewrs Car
abajal Fourth row Scott
Thomas James McKltnck
Jlm Chestnut Brad Ches
son Duane Wilcox Jenny
Partridge Pam Moore
Denlse Rogers Steve
Moore Duck Caudlll Rick
Stern Ben Semnyck John
Srsemore Todd Ftusthon
Don Mc:Ouay Alison Llght
food Mlke Hey Fltth row
Anna Moore Vlckl Bell
Jenny Partridge Polly
Boethe Cindy Turk Perry
Brewer Phtl Applegate
Jayne Young Bull Chnstl
Don Hoffman Buck Hull
Ted Fteltano Sixth row
Barb: Hall Mlchelle Macals
Chns Spies Jack Jackson
Doug Hayworth Bo Wll
llams Burnle Burt Paul lvy
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Row 1: Mike Bick-
ford, Nancy Eichl-
ing, Warren Leigh-
ton, Craig Summers.
Row 2: Margaret
Rice, Greg Givens,
Gage Paine, Kim
Thompson. Row 3:
Bonnie Willit, Jo
Anne Pitcock, Sally
Campus ACl1Vll1GS Councll IS responslble for dlverse act1v1t1es as Howdy Week, Sooner Rally
the plannmg and coordination of all campus Councll Campus Fxlm Series Speakers Bureau,
wide aCt1v1t1es They are respons1b1le for such andthe Oklahoma Model Unlted Nations.
Row 1: Shelley
Campbell, Lee Ann
Smith, Becky Butler,
Row 2: Leslie Mil-
lion, Ellen lsenberg,
Sally Thweatt, Nuala
Roden. Row 3: Julie
Kaighn, Jenny King,
Lynn Holland, Ter-
eas Helm, Lynn Wil-
Oklahoma Daily and Sooner Yearbook the Student Publi
catlons Board of the University of Oklahoma continued its
Front row Ftoy Male
Martha Long Fred
Weddle Ed Carter
Ann Alexander Sec
ond row Bob Car
roll Warren Leigh
ton Mlke Nordm
Tum Ford Joe Bay
Mike Cochran Con
me Smith Chuck
The Publications Board has the delegated power to
establish recognize finance control and direct other stu
dent publlcatlons for the Umverslty The Board continued
its policy of open meeting which allowed students and
faculty to attend meetings and comment on the various
Front row Cyndy
Ellls Sheryl Nlkkel
Pat Nolen Gall Pn
vett Beverly Bear
den Second row
Martha Long Leslie
Schubert Thlrd row
Charley Hall Rod
ney Cook Bull Hack
ett Jack Brown
Gamma Gamma is a Greek honorary organl Gamma lS to serve the University of Oklahoma s
zatlon It IS l1m1ted to no more than one percent Greek system by recognizing and encouraging
of Greek population and to students of senior outstanding participation in Greek llfe
and Junior standing The purpose of Gamma
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Student Business Association
The Student Business Association is an organ-
ization established to serve all students, faculty, M ,
administrators, and clubs in the College of Busi- V ' "DX
ness Administration, and the business commu- ff ' R' '
The students are represented by an Executive
Council. The members of the Council are elected
in the spring with size being determined in pro-
portion to the number of students in each major.
The president, Sherry Richardson, was selected
by the Executive Council to coordinate activities
for the year.
In order to better meet the needs of students,
SBA is working with the Undergraduate Com-
mittee to facilitate student input, as well as, pub-
lishing a resume book which was sent to 160
companies. To promote greater interaction
among faculty, administration and students, the
SBA hosted a welcoming reception for Dr. Wil-
liam Banowsky, brought in noted speakers, and
held the annual Christmas and Spring Banquets.
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Above: Dean Lawrence McKibbin presents
model classroom to Mr, and Mrs. Deane
Row 1: Andrea Kidd,
Jane Furr, Mary
Ford, Cathy Little,
Katha Ebrey, Dr.
Alan Balfour, Kathy
Steely, Row 2: Greg
Hook, Joe Motter,
David Little, Jim
Shelton, Gary Kol-
pek, Sue Johnson,
Rhonda Reed, Drew
Smith. Row 3: Susan
Butcher, Ann Her-
lacher, Nina Jones,
Valerie Martin, Mar-
Row 4: Les Fiecht-
ner, Ann Friem, Lynn
Berger, l. B. Toff,
Jim De Graffenreid,
P. K. Dailey, Dr. Paul
tha Powell, Toni
' Hammond, Rick
Maxwell, Pat Suman.
Row 5: Tom Smith,
i Bob Haley, Pat Philli-
,ymtg ,- - ,, - . ber,DickGozenya.
142 - ORGANIZATIONS
Front row: Stepha-
nie Nance, Susan
White, Sherry Rich-
row: Patty Lamb,
f Teresa Heim, Jama
Bowen, Betsy Mer-
rill, Dee Barnes.
Third row: Jan
12 N- Crawford, Leslie Mil-
X lion, Barbara Carr,
Amy Oden, Barbara
Burns, Marcy Lam-
Tassels is an organization representing the based on scholastic achievement and activities.
most active women of the junior class on the OU The members of Mortar Board are the selection
campus. Selection for membership in Tassels is committee for Tassels. The goals of the group
include scholastic excellence among its mem-
bers as well as increased activities.
Front row: Janice
dra Hewitt, Christie
Skinner, Lisa Fager,
Pam Lewis, Julia
row: Clara Dumas,
Gina Sparks, Polly
Jordan, Carol Ham-
montree. Third row:
Anne O'Hare, Peggy
Simon, Amy Carter,
Jena Thomas, Lau-
Omicron Nu is the OU chapter of the National ics and related areas.
Home Economics .Honor Society. Its purpose is All members must have junior or senior stand-
to recognize superior scholarship, promote lead- ing and maintain a 3.0 grade average.
crship and stimulate research in home econom-
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144 - ORGANIZATIONS
Row1 Gary Hender
son Greg Hook
Shannon Self Blant
Muller Kevln Watley
Davld Feroh Row 2
Dr George Scott
Larry Brown Jerl
Cox Jlm Burnett
Jamie Calk Terrle
Lewis Harry Deathe
Dr John Khngstedt
Cooper Cmdy Plad
J n Bull Fu k
houser Fred Smith
The Accountmg Club IS an organ1zat1on for all to meet and estabhsh future contacts w1th bus1
students of the Unlversxty who have an 1nterest ness people through act1v1t1es such as the Inter
1n account1ng It offers students an opportun1ty natlonal F1rrns semmar the Local ACCOUHIIHQ
F1rm Nlght and guest speakers at club meetlngs
The Loyal Knxghts of Old Trusty 1S a secret
organ1zat1on 1n the College of Engrneerrng Its
purpose IS to salute thelr patron salnt Sa1nt Pat
rlck of Ireland St Patr1ck earned the t1tle engl
neer for removlng the snakes from Ireland
LKOT salutes St Patr1ck w1th three blasts of Old
Trusty at m1dn1ght on the eve of St Patrlcks
Row1 Eddie Hutch
ms Ken Brunsman
Farrel Drake Tom
Claret Andy Grlgu
towlcz Tracy Sny
der Kent Sander
son Kurt Carmr
chael Freddy Wul
son John Fagan
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Arnold Air Society
Designed to raise the standard of military edu-
cation in American Universities, the Arnold Air
Force Society encourages good, efficient quali-
ROTC is an elective course of study open to all
students. It is designed to enhance a college
degree by developing abilities in leadership,
management, communications and human rela-
tions. The first two years focus on individual
1 46 - ORGANIZATIONS
Row 1: Chris Riz-
Johns, Tim Hopper,
Mark Shaw. Row 2:
Ladonna ldell, Steve
Ernst, Randy Skov,
Richard Gobel, Har-
vey Jones. Row 3:
Capt. Floyd Rich-
ards, Steve Rinaldi,
Dave Chalender, Lit-
tle Major Carolynn
Clark, Jeff Living-
ston, Dale Perry, Lit-
tle Major Meg Berry,
. .. r. .m r Ken Carson.
ties in officers and promotes friendship among
Members communicate and compare ideas
with other members in all geographical areas of
the'1AFROTC through conventions held nation-
Front row: Lowry
Lasher. Second row:
Jan Caffey, Cynthia
Jones, Debbie Kris-
Third row: Joe Cal-
vin, Stephen Mont-
Hicks, Stan Wallace,
Ftandy Flay, Milton
M. McMillan, Mike
Miller, Johnny Jor-
challenges and group experiences. During this
time a student incurs absolutely no obligation
for military service. Competitive scholarships
are available and students may continue their
post graduate studies.
Angel bhght 1S an honorary socxal serv1ce
orgamzanon w1th chapters IH colleges and un1
vers1t1es throughout the natlon Arnold A1r Socl
ety sponsors Angel Fllght and together they
serve the UH1VSFSlty and communlty wlth var1
ous pro1eots Members become better lnformed
about natlonal defense and the aerospace world
w1thout a Iflllltafy commitment Other events
lnclude rush tWlC9 a year formal d1l'111'1g out
ordeal and partles
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The Panhellenic Association is composed of the
sorority members of OU's 13 national sororities. The
administrative body of Panhellenic includes a five
member Executive Council and the president and rep-
resentative of each sorority. Holding bi-monthly meet-
ings, Panhellenic coordinates and governs various
activities among the sororities. Gail Privett served as
Panhellenic president this year.
The promotion of scholarship, leadership and serv-
ice are a few of the objectives this year. These objec-
tives were reached through numerous projects
throughout the year.
In addition to each chapter's philanthropic projects,
the panhellenic Association sponsored its first annual
poinsettia sale at Christmas. Sorority members raised
S2500 for the Greek Scholarship Fund.
This year also marked the first Women's Emphasis
Event. The day included seminars and was highlighted
by an address by psychologist Dr. joyce Brothers.
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Above: Chris Pur-
cell, director of
Front row: Lynn Hol-
land, Jan Hunter,
Karen Schulz. Sec-
ond row: Gail Privett,
Meg Cuplin, Teresa
junior Panh ellenic
Front row Laura
Campbell Judy Gor
man Teresa Tarp
ley Chrlsty Fox
Pattr Evans Second
row Cindy Calvert
Sarah Lowrey Kelly
Rosa Eleanor Goet
zlnger Janet Wll
Coker Thlrd row
Jana Fteneger Can
lyn Vldalllet Leslie
Travis Llsa Murchl
Row 1 Becky Her
bug Mltsl Moore
Tlna Held Row 2
Nancy Elchlmg Meg
Helm Gall Prlvett
Karen Schulz Jlll
Martm Row 3 Tra
cle Tutt Joan Stew
art Nlckle Ftadloff
Tamara Moss Marcy
Flhoads Row4 Meg
Harp Gina Caroth
ers Jane Brown Klt
tye Lrttle Vannette
Dlx Pam Martln
Lynn Holland Caro
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The Greek system at the University of
Oklahoma can be counted as one of the strong-
est and most successful of any university in the
Southwest. One of the major reasons for that
success has been the work of the Interfraternity
Council, which oversees the activities of more
than fifteen hundred men at OU.
Composed of all fraternity chapters on the OU
campus, the IFC, headed by a nine man Execu-
tive Committee, acts as the governing body for
the system and its members.
The Interfraternity Pledge Council helps coor-
dinate activities of the fraternity pledge classes.
IF PC is also a training ground for future leaders.
Cooperation among the fraternities was
stressed during Greek Week, held in March, and
with the Creek Leadership Conference, a week-
end seminar bringing leaders of the chapters on
campus together to share ideas.
IFC helps coordinate OU Day, the Fraternity
Cooperative Food Buying Program, Creek Week
and the OU-Greek Publicity Tour. In conjunc-
tion with the Panhellenic Association the IFC
sponsors a summer camp for underprivileged
With 37 percent more college students pledg-
ing fraternity and sororities this year, the Inter-
fraternity Council looks forward to an even
stronger Creek system in the years to come.
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Taylor, Robin Green, Greg Dukes, Raymond Kane, Mike Bickiord, Mike
McCoy, John Hufi, Ed Heinen, Gary Smith, Marty Howerton. Second row:
Allan French, Steve Currie, Tony Duenner, Tim Tippit, B. B. Montgomery,
Mike Flynn, Randy Sachs, Rick Akin, Micky Goodnight, Rick Mundi, Ralph
Crowder, Jack Brown. Third row: Marcus Cousin, Bob Naifeh, Randy Cone,
Scot Conner, David Charney, Joe Holcombe, Gerry Quinn, Bob Tumilty,
Bob Wall, Carl Gibson, Sam Rossetti, Bill Jennings. Fourth row: Sleve'Goet-
zinger, Jon Wright, Russell Cole, Glenn Almack, Fred Remer, Michael
Farmer, Clovis Haddock, Brian Winkelmann, Tod Sanger.
IFC Executive Committee
IFPC Executive Committee
Front row: Bob Nai-
feh, Mike Flynn, Ray
Kane, Rodney Cook.
Second row: Joe
McCoy, Marty How-
erton, Mike Mat-
Row one: Alan Page,
Cody Graves, Ken
Moore, Jack Clifton,
Alpha Chi means 'Something
Over the years Sisterhood has come
to mean something special to the mem-
bers of Alpha Chi Omega. Alpha Chi
was organized not only to secure a
social position for women students, but
also for mutual improvement and last-
ing friendship. Because of this, Alpha
Chi members include women of diverse
interests. Perhaps diversity is what
makes the Psi Chapter at the University
of Oklahoma so special.
This year the Alpha Chis added
something new to their list of annual
events - a disco dance to benefit
Easter Seals. The dance was held fol-
lowing the OU-OSU football game.
Members and pledges worked hard get-
ting sponsors from all over the Norman
area. Not only did this raise money for
Alpha Chi's national philanthropy, but
it added to the Sisterhood of their chap-
Aside from in house events such as
red and white dinner, a slumber party,
Big Sis! Little Sis and others, the Alpha
Chis extended their involvement on
campus. They were represented in stu-
dent congress, University Sing Staff,
Student Entertainers, Campus Chest,
Panhellenic Women's Event, OU athlet-
ics Campus Crusade for Christ and
Through hard work and dedication
the Alpha Chis are living their open
motto, "Together let us seek the
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1 54 - ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Front row Debbie Rlchardson Dana
Sanger Susan Marlar Deborah Wotr
:ng Jamce Whltney Tracy Gllllland
Dede Shadld Jenmfer Mornson Jenna
fer Marlar Candy Grngsby Darlene
Lewls Lynda Perelman Saralyn Hall
Sharon Llszeo Mary Ellen Myers Sec-
ond row Kam Kalesmk Carla Cox Dlana
Wilcox Shelly Wilson Pam Whltney
Chnstnne Kalesmk Llsa Shrlner Gracle
Cook Kathy Roberson Karl Gould
Donna Deason Debble Boongle Lynell
Heatley Llsa McCurdy Ellzabeth Stage
man Third row Jlll Ahlman, Annette
Balley Julie Melton C C Canfleld Bar
bara Overton Jackle Ballstrerl Carol
Morrls Claudla Scheffer Ellsabeth
Chandle Mellnda Yelvmgton Ann
Webb Julle Wllllams Janet Wllllams
Glna Carothers Fourth row Janne Dlehl
Sharon Culp Cathy Thornton LeAnn
Hatley Cindy Shnrley Jeanette Shrlner
Klm Kramer Kelly Shaw Amy Dewbre
Rosemary Rogers Kay Carmlchael
Gaylene Whltescarver Filth row Debble
Frank Leslle Groom Becky Fenwlck
Renee McMurtrey Nnnette Hart Cathy
Cook Janice Martln, Marsha Howerlon
Alpha Chls during Fall rush
Anna Moore Darlene Wall Robln Flodg
ers Sheryl Nlkkel Jeanne Mlnnett Jane
Brown Susan Gray Sue Ann Clark
Sixth row Julle Yeabower Janet Gre
mer S1r1Blrk Lynne Johnson Chrls
Weart Anna Matetlch Ellzabeth O Con
nor Valene Dlck Tracy Watrous Mom
Murphy Jana K Muller Camllle Lltton
Llsa Regal Kathy Sherry Donna Wort
ham Vnckl Bell Paula lnbody Cnot plc
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After a successful fall rush, Alpha
Gamma Delta's Upsilon Chapter embarked
on a hectic year of campus activities, intra-
mural competition, social activity and
As in past years, tihe chapter helped raise
funds for their international fraternity's
research foundation for left palate diseases.
A disappointing intramural football sea-
son didn't seem to phase the Alpha Cams'
enthusiastic team members as they partici-
pated in volleyball, basketball, bowling and
Upsilon was honored to have several
women active in The Pride of Oklahoma
Marching Band, University Scholars, Presi-
156 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Above: The thrill of getting a Big Sis.
Left: The Alpha Gam World Series.
a hectic year
dent's Leadership Class, Tassels, Mortar
Board and Executive Committees for Aard-
Extra-curricular activities for the chapter
included the first annual Alpha Cam World
Series, a Halloween Costume party, and the
traditional Wine and Roses Formal. Alpha
Cams also found time in the fall semester to
participate in Dad's Day and in Homecom-
The spring term was equally filled with
activity as the sisters hosted Legacy Week-
end and Mom's Day and participated in
Sooner Scandals. Another Alpha Cam tra-
dition, The Twin Rose Formal, ended the
1978-1979 academic and social year. .
Front row Robyn Smlth D1anne Emmons
Llsa Webber Tammy Carpenter Beth Hent
horn Ann Hoover Kath Sauer Nickle Rad
loff V1ck1e Freder1ck Second row Cheryl
Spencer Jennlfer Schubert Alllson Floyd
Karen Mlles Linda Smlth Sam Muller Leslie
Jones Gay Wofford Susan Hammons Mary
Hensley Julte Weaver Thlrd row Gayle
Churchman Lor1e Snook Shella Carver Mar
shaWatk1ns Deb: Allen Karen Weuss Debbne
Elsmg Leslle Gardener Luz Hardy Tam:
Leesberg Ter1Sorrells Fourth row Ton1
Mosely Llnda Jones Duane Peterson Janet
Curr1e Barbara Becker Gmger Taylor Kathy
Chnles Becky Becker Gretchen Kmny Nlckle
Gnmshaw Fllth row Teresa Hamm Paula
Everyone wms at the Alpha
Gam World Serles
Ftankln Brenda Bellson Jean Staton Laura
Wall Beth Brock Brenda Voss Charlotte
Haxel Lee Latumore Slxth row Trash Chap
man Beth Baldrldge Susan Garrett Cherle
Crump Am1C1sco C1ndyCoIllns D1aneCald
walder Tor1Be1ndorf Pam McCoy Mlchelle
Collard Carol Hensey
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Right:'Jerri Plummer performs in a rush
skit. Below: Alpha Phi members pose dur-
ing rush week.
Alpha Phis redecorate house
The biannual convention of Alpha Phi
was held this summer in Palm Beach, Flo-
rida. Members who attended returned
anxious for rush and the opportunity to
put their ideas into action.
Everyone pulled together during work
week and prepared a smooth flowing rush
schedule filled with new skits and songs.
A freshly decorated house contributed to
the over abundance of enthusiasm result-
ing in a fantastic rush. The Phi Chapter
received a great pledge class of 57, the
largest pledge class on campus.
Members and pledges involved them-
selves in many campus activities and
organizations. These included Students
Congress, Panhellenic, Pom-Pon Squad,
Angel Flight, Campus Activities Council,
and Gamma Gamma. One member,
Sherry Richardson, served as the first
female president of the Student Business
First semester was filled with intramu-
rals, Dad's Day activities and parties -
the Mid-Term Smash and the Christmas
Second semester's concentration was
mainly on Sooner Scandals. The men of
Phi Kappa Sigma joined the women of
Alpha Phi in an act for the Mom's Day
program. Later in the semester came the
Phiesta, a two night party in which the
first night was a hayride. '
For Alpha Phi, the year began with
hopes of reaching a higher goal for our
philanthropy, the Heart Fund. A nation-
wide drive by collegiate and 'alumni mem-
bers selling suckers in many area stores
Lett: Singing to their dates
during the Phiesta are Connie
McBee, Paula Maxwell and
Front row Kim Miller Sharon Sullivan Missy
Deford Nancy Elchllng Brenda Reed Sally Mas
sad Leigh Chapman Sharon Martindale Kristen
Rice Patricia Mason Jennifer Ford Holly Hall Beth
Hess Debra McGowan Trish Kelley Cynthia Ran
kin Susan E Wall Jill Martin Becky Brown Second
row Cindy Calvert Stephanie Tucker Michele Cn
vello Pam Carter Lisa Foster Ann Edwards Dee
Barnes P K Dailey Dana Day Sally Eichling Deb
ble Reeser Michele Jones Valer1eJ Allison Cindy
Baucum Nancy Case Debbie Welsberg Anne Liv
lngston Third row Sandy Tucker Mary Scimeca
Karan Booth Jamie Parker Debra Wagner Alesla
Taylor Jean Ercolam Lynn Luthey Brenda Pmker
ton Shelley McNaught Margie Shavney Chris
Ducklow Sally Bowling Cindy Wheeler Arneva
Martin Fourth row Marrlanne Whisenhut Lisa Bas
sett Perri Brewer Anne Pinkerton Lisa Tipping Joy
Bartholomew Lynda Torbett Julie Anderson Jana
Renegan Connie McBee Debbie Rice Suzanne
Maggl Burton Cindy Hufford Jeri Teevan Paula
Banks Cindy Van Helsdrngen Bridget O Hagen
Kennedy Sondra Martin Barbara Martin Tami Lid
dell Tara Elam Sherry Richardson Marcy Holt
Michelle Macias Joan Stewart
ALPHA PHI 159
': ' ' I, I 3 , ' I '- Gulikersf Cindy Travis, Karen Tillett. Pifth row:
Growth and brotherhood foremost
Growth and Brotherhood best describe
the Alpha Sigs during the past year. Growth
in membership has nearly doubled and
building plans for Phase II are well under-
way. Brotherhood in the strong bond of
unity and involvement make Alpha Sigma
Phi a solid house.
Besides involvement in student govern-
ment, track, Ruf-Neks, intramurals, and
other activities, the Alpha Sigs found time
for an active social life. Parties such as the
Black and White Formal, a Toga Party, and
several Victory Parties highlighted Fall
1 60 ALPHA SIGMA PHI
activities. In the Spring came the traditional
Talisman Rose Formal with the Founder's
Day Banquet, and the uninhibited Bayou
The Glvens Qlil' sisj program blossomed
with eleven new members. The girls support
the house in intramurals and social events.
They raised money by selling candy and
holding a car wash, and with the extra
money they threw a I-lalloween Party.
All in all, it was one of the best years for
the Alpha Alpha Chapter in its 55-year his-
tory on the OU campus.
From row Brian Roark Jose M Quiros
Bruce Cornish Mike Burch Monte Allgood
Stacy Scott Prather Mike Davis Chris Ross
Robert Smith Stuart Alpenn Brian Cham
bless Bud Elder Allen Saied Victor Freeze
Scott Grissom Tim Williamson Marty Atkln
son Third row Steve Tackett Pattye Lamb
Barbara Hodgson Janne Thompson Teresa
Smith Margaret Pace Lmda Sperlmg Becky
White Richard Wintory Stephanie Brown
Valene Mulhollen Denise Duffy Cmdy Travis
Liz Hardy Janet Currie Frances Rogers Jill
Ahlman Bill McClure Filth row Paul
Mechler Andy Allison Don Norte John
Beebe Matthew Parris Michael D Bergeson
Rubles Slxth row Ed Blrdshead Greg Webb
Jim Howard Steve Scott Dean Stapleton
Mike Clumaga Ron Palmatary
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 161
Second rovv: Chip 'TayIor, Dav'id.Atkinson1 Becker, Vicki Chisholrn. Fourth rovy: Charles Shawn Brennan, David Merritt, Roben
ATOs pose after Sooner
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TOs have successful year
By combining chapter and personal
achievement, the men of Alpha Tau Omega
Fraternity succeeded in making 1978-1979
another great year for the fraternity and
The Oklahoma Delta Kappa Chapter par-
ticipated in several social service projects
that helped it attain the chapter's goal of
active community involvement. Some of the
projects Taus were involved with included
several Red Cross Blood Drives and the
annual After-Christmas Party for the
patients of Central State Hospital.
Individual participation in the university
community resulted in numerous honors for
ATO this year. Taus were proud to include
in their membership The Outstanding Sen-
ior Man, two Top Ten Freshmen, and mem-
bers of other honorary organizations that
included PE-ET, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma
Gamma and Phi Beta Kappa.
ATOs served the university community as
president of the Universityof Oklahoma
1 62 ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Student Association, president of the Inter-
Fraternity Council and president of Campus
Activities Council. Numerous other univer-
sity government and committee positions
were held by Taus during the year.
The proper mixture of academic concen-
tration, intramural competition and social
activity provided Alpha Tau Omega with a
successful year in those activities.
Taus received honors in fraternity grade
point competition and scored high in nearly
all sports activities through the year.
Social events began with a Victory Party
in the fall and occurred throughout the year.
Parties with themes as divergent as the 'Bar-
room Brawl' and the tuxedo-clad Playboy
Party made the 78-79 school year pass
The combination of all facets of ATO
gave the membership a sense of accom-
plishment and the insight that only better
years were ahead.
Left Greg Morley and Cllff
Clement sing during a sere
Front row Scott Goforth Mlke Brewer Mark Porter
Mark Elsea Kelly Loy Roy Godfrey Chuck Gnm
Raymond Kane Becky Farley Paul Hopkins Karl
Cook Doug Branch Larry Alberdlng Betsy Bres
sler David Charney Second row Dam Wright Brian
Ramey Mark Payne Ann Herndon Kirk Fntschen
Lon Welsh Llsa Regal Doug Chambers Steven M
LeMaster Lea Calhoon Erlc Graham Missy Vln
yard Ed Monnet Leslie Lambert Ron Klahr Greg
Campbell Mary Ann McLemore Davld Ruble Ann
Nicholson Jeff Ellson Third row Mike Marshall
Fred Daniel Larry Fisher Mlke Young John H Hall
Jr Kelly McFaIl Scott Gideon Kim Kramer Mike
Maxwell Randy Hooper Barry Anderson Libby
Shulz Greg Morley Jay Muscovalley Chns Peters
Albertson Fourth row Joe Sewell Franklin E
Campbell John Wood Ted Hmson Kathy Downs
Pat LeMaster Leslie Million Mike LeMaster Mary
Beth Barbero Mike Carter Cyndy Ellls Dan Ruble
Sandy Smith Kevm Flay Ron Forrlstall Katy lmel
Chris Roche Fifth row Chuck Huffman Kim Robl
son Steve Cole Julle Hodge Dave Kutschall Chris
McDermott Carla Ann Mitchell Tim Boyle Pam
Henley Jim Newkumet Greg Dukes Pat Nolen
David Simms Janne Anthony Sixth row Bull
McDonlel Barry Bonar Kevm Snowden Mark Nolte
Blake Herndon Todd Llebl Vera Warnlca Susan
Kevm Kenworthy Joe Jondahl Rod Brown Shawn
Stevens Carrie Carle Craig X Summers Craig
Blgby Charles 0Donnell Tim DeClerck Seventh
row Marshall Piper J E Nixon Hal Bozeman Harry
Wllllams Scott Towery Kevm A Easley Alan Mot
senbocker MBFIOH Green Tom Schooley Don Daw
kms David Maxwell David Roberson Nancy Ruff
Craig Ferguson Mrs Frances B Wlerman Garrett
Russell Hugo Nalfeh Gary Pierson
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Holliman, Chris' Politte. Wayne Anderson, G'racie Susari Daniel, Jim Dickson, John'Monnet,- Jim Fagerberg, Tom Garner, Jeff Allen, Tom Woodson.
Right: Mark Miller and Chuck War-
ren with their dates, Kim Kell and
Carol Lynn Creel at the Victory
Beta emphasis on 'greatness'
Great men have been the hallmark of
the Gamma Phi Chapter of Beta Theta
Pi. With an emphasis on greatness, the
Betas have leaders in academics, cam-
pus activities, intramurals and student
They have been great, also, because
of the long-observed bond of brother-
hood which is unique within the halls
of 800 Chautauqua, one of the oldest
and proudest houses on campus.
The chapter enjoyed a full slate of
partyingl throughout the year. In the
spring, t e Valentine Formal was super-
1 64 - BETA THETA Pl
ceded only by the return of the Beta
Swamp Stomp as the main party of the
spring semester. Following the Victory
Party in September, the atmosphere of
OU-Texas weekend made the Dallas
Party a great one. The fall partying cul-
minated with the Beta Barndance.
With many members included in
"Top Ten" lists and participating in
Campus Activities Council, varsity ath-
letics and UOSA, the Betas will con-
tinue to follow the tradition, of great
Left: Betas and their dates gather
for a picture at the Beta Barn-
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Front row: Steve Lilly, John Huff,
Mark McCasland, David Kearneg, G.
Calvin Sharpe, Brad Boone, reg
Reber, Chris Anderson, Tom Kemp,
Eric Ivester, Scott Millington, Terry
Shelby. Second row: Kevin Red-
wine, Loranzo T. Collins, Greg
Jones, James Hicks, Jed Campbell,
Bennett Fuller, John Hillis, John
Rahhal, Jack Clifton, David Cape,
Jerry Greer, Jimmy Stuart, Kyle
Powell, Tom McCasIand. Third row:
Rick Greer, Dale Reneau Jr., Lance
Tolson, Scott Dickman, Mike Tol-
son, Dean Ezards, Mike Massad,
Cary Gathright, Don Woodward,
Charles Thompson, Jeff Anthoney,
Dewey W. Chambers, Jay Schene,
Phil Bowden, Doug Kinzie. Fourth
row: Chris Casteel, Craig Mettry,
Brad Wilbanks. Fifth row: Brian
Kearney, Mark Johnston, Jeff Mas-
sad, Steve Hardeman, Mike Burke,
David Smart, Scott Pollard, Douglas
Witt, Mike Metz, Kevin Wilson, Gary
Walker. Sixth row: Chuck Warren,
Jesse Leeds, Chuch Doble, Tim
Klabzuba, Mike Bickford, Falon
Fuller, Richard Lane, Dave Welsh,
Steve Newcombe, Bob Dodson,
Morgan Newton, Tommy Atkins,
Stan Johnson, Robert Beall, Kirk
Pugstaff, Mark Gray, Bob Costello.
BETA THETA PI 165
Chi O celebrates fifty-ninth ear
Right: Susan Fagerberg,
Kathryn Willison, and Myrla
Koch show their Sisterhood at
the Spring formal.
The Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Chi Omega
celebrated its fifty-ninth year on campus,
continuing its tradition of service and
Chi Omegas were named in Top Ten
Freshman Women and as members of Tas-
sels, Gamma Gamma, Mortar Board and Phi
Beta Kappa. Other honors and achieve-
ments included winning the 1978 Horne-
coming House Decoration Competition with
the men of Beta Theta Pi.
The 1978-1979 school year was carried
out, as usual, in busy fashion. Chi Omegas
involved themselves as members of Student
Entertainers, Pom Pon, Sooner Scandals,
University Sing, and held seats in Student
166 CHI OMEGA
Congress. Members were also named as
Homecoming Chairman, Greek Week
Chairman, and Panhellenic Vice President.
In October, the Chi Omegas and Kappas
hosted an "Owl-O-Ween" party for the chil-
dren at the Cerebral Palsy Center as one of
the chapter's philanthropic projects.
Even with all the activities in which Chi
Os were involved, members still found time
for parties and Sisterhood. The year started
off with "The Night Owl Party," followed
by the traditional Christmas "Ski Party,"
followed by several spring parties.
Overall, it was a very successful year with
much being accomplished in the area of
service, scholarship and social service.
Lett: Julie Zoller and Pat Nolen
at the Pledge-Member Picnic.
Front row Leslie Leeds Martha Fitzpatrick
Stacy Gutllla Julie Venard Cary Huddleston
Liz Kiper Pam Lassek Trudy Harless Cindy
Collins Beverly Bearden Suzy Boyd Marsha
Cheryl Smith Alicia Dare Helen Hunt Col
leen Fitzpatrick Donna Derryberry Kane
Floss Sheila Beck Debbi Kline Mrs Fran
Hermes Lynn Theissen Julia Zoller Vera
Warmca Cindy Cunningham Gina Volturo
Lynn Ukena Carol Walker Third row Karen
Bellis Ann Rademacher Patricia Rhodes
Jana Pmson Robin Kana Tracy Wilson Kris
ten Bissell Daryl Hutchinson Lisa Wilhite
Debbie Donnell Stephanie Nance Susan Lit
tle Carolyn Carle Mary Jacobi Klista Kisner
Dana Braddock Sherri Tucker Teresa Helm
Piper Iverson Traci Wright Mary Alexander
Sharla Dickinson Lisa Groves Julia
McDuffey Denita Pasley Tera Stough Pam
Rachal Jaye Witt Susan Kemp Sue Spence
Carol Rogers Kathy Garrett Sarah Lowrey
Jenmfer Rotter Fifth row Cindy Nees Lucia
Lukken Jane Pullm Christy Williams Kathryn
Willlson Joy Lorance DemDuvall PatNolen
Julie Smart Susie Ackerman Brenda Maul
din Betsy Murfey Sham Baker Pam Massey
Dana Henderson Adrienne Farley Marilyn
Garrett Sixth row Susan Fagerberg Jane
Martha Burrage Kelly O Bnen Kristy Legler
Darla Duvall Martha Streightoff Lisa Royer
Cindy Hawk Gertrude Phillips Jane O Bryan
Susan Brannan Lesa Hunter Janis Nance
Julie Rennie Shelly Brown Gayle Braddock
Lisa Plowman Jill Purcell Mike Nicholson
CHI OMEGA 167
Winter,'Beth Ash! Karen lVlcRay. Second row: Tammy Barnettf Fourth. row: Barbara Fuller: Ann McCullough,'Nancy Biff, Myrla'Koch,
Beth Hanna, Ann Herndon,
Debbie Piland and Peggy Bel-
lah pointing to a prop used in
their award winning Scandals
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Tri-Deltzacccmp s ent, honors
The Theta Gamma Chapter of Delta Delta
Delta continued in their tradition of accom-
plishment, honors and achievement on the
Oklahoma University campus in 1978-1979.
Among the many honors, Tri Delta was
represented in Gamma Gamma, Mortar
Board and Tassels. Three Tri Delta were
chosen as Top Ten Freshman Women, three
as Top Senior Women and two were hon-
ored with the Crimson Crest Award. During
the school year Tri Delts held seats in Con-
gress, actively participated in Student
Entertainers and held such offices as Pan-
hellenic Rush Secretary and Phi Beta
Lambda President. Also, Tri Delta was hon-
ored to have a Navy ROTC Color Girl for
the 1978-1979 school year as well as an Engi-
neers' Queen Finalist. Oklahoma University
sports are well represented at the Tri Delta
house, having two members on the tennis
team and two members on the golf team.
Charity projects are a major part of Delta
Delta Delta sorority. This year the First
Annual Phantom Ball was held to sponsor a
S200 women's scholarship and to raise
168 DELTA DELTA DELTA ' if '
funds for Children's Cancer Research. Also,
Tri Delts participated in the "Can for Char-
ity" can drive. The Tri Delts won by quite a
margin and contributions went to the
This year, Delta Delta Delta teamed up
with Lambda Chi Alpha to produce a win-
ning Sooner Scandals act. They proudly
walked away from the event winning every
'award in the large act division.
"Pansy Pile," the traditional party held
with Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority in the fall,
proved to be as fun-filled as ever. A party
was held at Christmas to celebrate the holi-
days. In the spring, two parties were held.
"Delta Houdini" added something a little
different to the regular party atmosphere -
a hypnotist was the featured event. Spring
Party closed the school year socially on
quite a good note. A
Delta Delta Delta was truly active this
year, participating in a wide variety of
activities ranging from service projects to
social events to scholarship honors.
Displaying true sisterhood are
Diane and Carolyn Monnet.
Front row Diane Monnet Cynthia
Monkres Kay Van Wey Carol Jennings
Annie Silver Marcia Mead Kathy Garri
son Beth Hanna Tanya McCullough
Kelly Reid Carrie Hutchison Judy
Jones Second row Annette Hlxson
Marcy Nalfeh Vicki Harris Carolyn
Crawford Chen Bowes Sandra Jarvis
Carolyn Monnet Dorea Mitchell Sharyl
Asher Karla Shadld Third row Diana
Maurer Ann Michael Janet Noske
Teresa Tarpley Christy Geurin Eleanor
Goetzlnger Marion Green Debbie
Gonce Brenda Beseler Tammy Ramey
Fourth row Chery Curley Terri Teel
Jan O Conner Lee Ann Harris Lisa Bri
ney Julie Askew Jennifer Nelson Jana
lyn Jones Enn Carney Fifth row Laura
Smith Lisa Allen Angela Cllnesmith
Ann Herndon Katy lmel Sixth row
Nancy Broyles Nancy Traylor Melissa
Bake Peggy Sims Julie Fudge Rhonda
Casey Lea Ann Farmer Cyrena Chiles
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Delta Gammas continue involvemen
The members of Alpha Iota Chapter of
Delta Gamma Sorority continued their tra-
dition of involvement on the OU campus in
The success of the third annual Anchor
Splash in the fall semester helped the Dee
Gees raise funds for their national philan-
thropy, the Oklahoma League for the Blind.
Throughout the year, Delta Gammas had
fun contributing to fraternity service pro-
jects such as the Sigma Phi Epsilon Dance
Marathon for muscular dystrophy and the
Phi Psi 500.
The women of Delta Gamma also dis-
played a sharp interest in campus activities
and organizations. They were involved in
Sooner Scandals, Angel Flight, homecoming
house decoration competition and Campus
Chest. Delta Gammas were invited to be
members of several honorary organizations
such as Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma
Gamma, Lambda Tau Alpha, Tassels, Mor-
tar Board and Panhellenic Executive Com-
1 70 DELTA GAMMA
Although they committed much time to
community involvement, campus activities
and studies, Dee Gees found time to relax at
in-house sisterhood functions and parties.
The Delta Gammas began a new tradition
in the fall when they embarked on a Sca-
venger.Hunt Party, adding to a social calen-
dar that already included the annual
Anchor Splash Party and Christmas Party.
Halloween was better enjoyed by underpri-
vileged children this year because of a party
sponsored for them by the women of Delta
Gamma and the men of Phi Gamma Delta
The spring semester was highlighted by
the initiation of the fall pledge class and the
maintenance of another Dee Gee tradition,
the Pinafore Party.
With spring finals over, another success-
ful year for Delta Gamma Sorority was over,
but the enthusiasm that lingered promised
another great year next year.
Front row Lynn Brewer, Cmdy Amend, Cathy
Bowen, Jama Bowen, Debbre Koun, Tam:
Koun, Susle Cox, Muchele Hays, Sherry Har
rell, Llsa Lea Wllson, Cheryl Ftodraguez,
Nancy Johnson, Debbie Walters, Tonya
Urban, Joanna De Gulstx, Lynn Payne, Marla
Edwards, Polly Ftoethe Second row Shelly
Moore, Dana Chouteau, Carla Crawley, Vlckl
Zemp, Sarah Northcutt, Caroline Emerson,
Cecile Massaro, Karen Schulz, Jonl Freeman,
Lexu Kamas, Carolyn Moss, Roxanne Depe,
Debra Terpemng, Lee Ann Rowley, Cmdy
Turk, Ann Brusewltz, Mnchelle McGowan,
Peggy Walsanen Third row' Julie Jacobs,
Paula Machel, Theresa Pritchett, Cmdy Elllot,
Tam my Seellger, Jaye Rodrigues, Kim Marsh,
Renee Folsom, Clndy Wampler, Mary
McKmney, Donna Muller, Carol Couch, Cmdy
Couch, Lnsa Puckens, Elizabeth Sherman,
Carmel Schultz, Cyndy Harp, Lynn Shoemak
ker Fourth row- Carol Klllms, Kathy Ftatclrff,
Marcy Stewart, Karen Parnell, Wyayn Car
penter, Susan Taylor, Camille Armor, Kathy
Left DGs perform one of their
skuts during rush
Kelm, Duana Shirley, Donna Glass, Lrsa
Bobek, Melame Muller, Kam Hutchxns, Carolyn
Bonney, Paula Jones, Mrya Lmsenmeyer,
Gwen Ash, Colleen Pazourek Frith row.
Brenda Galpm, Teresa Harman, Klnsta Flana
gan, Beth Davidson, Sherri DeArmon, Sheila
Walsh, Elizabeth Slonneger, Glona Larson,
Patsy Ftaley, Carolyn Clark, Becky Fowler,
Margy Lambert, Lmda Posner, Ka Ka Jones,
Krlstl Carroll, Claire Duque, Shelly Woodln,
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Delts have outstanding year
The 1978-79 school year was another
outstanding one for Delta Alpha Chap-
ter of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. Some
memories may fade, but the relation-
ships between the Brothers that grew
over the months will be shared for
Efforts over the summer and during
open rush culminated in the signing of
one of the best pledge classes on cam-
pus. The Delts celebrated this at the
annual Victory Party in September.
Later in the fall came the Dallas Party
and the Mekong Delta.
In '79, the Delts were the defending
intramural champions of the fraterni-
ties, and headed for a third straight
The highest award the chapter was
given was when the national fraternity
selected the OU chapter as one of the
top ten Delt Chapters in the nation.
Delts were elected to UOSA, played
OU varsity sports and were selected for
many other honors during the year.
All in all, 1978-79 was another banner
year for the Delts at OU.
Front row: Don Robinson, Jeff Hart, Joe
Baehl, Mike Penner, John Albert, Mike Smith.
Second row: Gregg Ratliff, Mike Heald, Mark
Hogan, David Proctor, Liz Kiper, Vaughn
Brock, Todd Crowl, Marisa Maxwell, Stuart
Lusk, Thomas Heenan, Frank Eskridge, Emily
Price, Paul Brothers, Chris Gordon, Dana
Sanger, Cody Graves, Third row: Chris
McCoy, Reeder Ratliff, Jeff Gillum, Mike Mur-
ray, Mark Stevenson, Barry Reid, Cal Read-
ing, Russ Morton, Ann Alexander, Paul Sha-
did, Karla Shadid, Shayne Hildabrand, Ran-
som Kilgore, Windel Sublett, Paul St. John.
Fourth row: Les Roberson. Tom Schiff, Glenn
1 72 - DELTA TAU DELTA
Roller, Reed Standley, Lee Symcox, Ragon
Gentry, Brad Bobzien, Mike Hawley, Jeff
Cummins, Nick Kakish, Jim Odor, Carolyn
Monnet, Elizabeth Baker, Jack L, Brown, Paul
L. McNatt. Filth row: Jim Yates, Mark Craw-
ford, Frank Cunningham, Chris Robinson,
Terye Pratt, Steve Rutherford, Jana Moore,
David Attaway, Missy Hargon, Carolyn Craw-
ford, Tanya McCullogh, Kevin Creedon,
Trudy Wood, Dewey Thoes, Lesley Baker,
rxth row Mark Ferris
Cheryl Pierson, S' : .
Dianne Lane. Seventh row: Debbie Kline,
Beverly Church, J. B. Brown, John Chess,
Stuart Hawley, Jane Brown, Gregg Graves,
Bourland Sheryl Nikkel Greg
Volak, William Cocke Joel McNatt.
row- John Baumert Robert W Baker
J Ellis Tim Leasure David Blanks
McGee Mike McCoy Albert Ashwood
sha Thompson, Bruce Bottomley, Ed
comb, Barbara Burns, Tim Jones, P:
Dwyer, Scott Laravea. Back row: Myrla Ko
Paul Dougherty, Bill Bailey, Susan Bailey,
Pippin, Pete Beitsch, Daved K. Schmidt, B
Dean, Todd Armstrong, Tom Wolfe, J
Guzzle, Doug Grage, Casey Krebs,
Eleanor Goetzinger, .Steven ,
Leli Carolyn Jones Bruce Bottomly
Daryl Hutchinson and Brnan Cantrell at
the Vnctory Party
Left The Mekong Delta Above Joel
McNatt and Jay Glllum at the Victory
DELTA TAU DELTA 173
Scenes from the Victory
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DUS makrng great str1des
The men of Delta Ups1lon made
great strldes 1n aoademms, soclal
and athlet1c ach1evements durrng
1978 79 The DUs moved to the
number one pos1t1on 1n grade pomt
average Capturmg the scholarshlp
trophy w1th an overall grade po1nt
average of 3 12 Two members
Rodney Cook and Ian Watk1ns, are
members of Gamma Gamma, an
organlzatlon of the top 25 greeks on
campus Watk1ns IS also a member
of PE ET the oldest men s honor
ary orgamzatron on campus
The P1 Beta Ph1 sororrty 1o1ned
w1th the DUs on therr seventh
annual Run to Dallas, ra1s1ng
money for the Amerrcan D1abet1cs
Assoo1at1on The Oklahoma Chap
ter aga1n defeated the Texas DUS 1n
ra1s1ng money for ohar1ty
DU athletlos produced another
Greek volleyball ohamp1onsh1p
thlrd place ln mtramural football
and abundant v1ctor1es 1n 1nd1v1d
ual sportmg events
Front row Davld Coon Jaye Taylor Mlchael
Shlrley Richard A Wells Kevln lldreth Joe
Hodges Rack Domlnguez Bob Powell Greg
Metzer Sam Brlxey Mark Andrews Cralg S
Johnson Butch Campbell Andrew N Ver
non Second row Steve Snyder Davld Sha
plro Rhonda Lee Mary Ann Tipton Alesla
Taylor Luz Carpenter Trlsh Brown Jeannie
Hummel Crystal Woodard Llsa Maher Cathl
Hodgklnson Julle McDowell Nancy Elchllng
Cundy Baucum Gma Albrlght Charlene
Weeks Kymberley McAl1ster Bruce Poteet
Thlrd row Charlle Weeks Rnck Lucy Matt
Secrest Steve Rmaldl George Hrcks Boots
Rabb Robert Norrls Mark Youngker Jum All
sopp Dana Chouteau Peggy Rutledge Meg
Cuplm Kathleen Parks Clndy Holscher Klm
Colllns Jon Wrrght J1m Chang Benny Potter
Charlle Frymrre Garrett Lalll John Shapiro
Larry Bauman Rodney Cook Allan French
Fourth row Brent May Jeff Uwens Cnuck
Coleman Gerald Stelgerwald Thomas C
OBannon Pete Brzyckl Mark Grawe J Paul
Lewls Bobby Mlllhollon Jr CurtlsMart1n Tum
Mosler Glen Vernon George Farrus Barry S
Dodge Ken Seratte Rrck Murrell Jeffrey
Hoslam Lloyd Norman Charles Norman
Greg Amme Mlke Gaddls Dan Lucas Danny
Wllllams Brad Goodman
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Gamma Phis active
The Psi Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta proved to
be a strong force on the OU Campus with active
involvement in many organizations during the
1978-79 academic year.
After winning the McCormick Medallion,
awarded to the most active chapter nationally,
Gamma Phis were anxious to involve them-
selves in various campus activities and organiza-
tions. These included OU Cheerleaders, Student
Entertainers, Pom Pon Squad, Sooner Scandals
and Campus Chest.
The women of Gamma Phi Beta also held pos-
itions onthe University Sing Executive Staff and
Sooner, Yearbook Staff and held offices in Pan-
Gamma Phis were also proud of include Miss
Cflklahoma 1978, Kendi Brown, in their member-
Aside from individual achievements, the
Gamma Phis enjoyed working together as sis-
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ters. As a philanthropic project, they had a
Christmas Party with the children of the Iane
Brooks School for the Deaf. They also partici-
pated in intramural sports throughout the year.
Combining with Alpha Chi Omega Sorority,
Gamma Phis entered the 1978 Homecoming
House Decoration contest. '
Although campus activities kept nearly every-
one busy, parties and other Gamma Phi social
events were another important part of the soror-
ity. Fall parties such as the Famous Couples
Party and a Christmas Formal rounded out the
fall semester. A Valentine Party, co-hosted by
Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, added to the spring
semester activities which ended with the annual
Pink Carnation Formal.
The women of Gamma Phi Beta can look back
on this year with pride -and look forward to
many promising years upheld by tradition and
Cheryl Miller during rush.
Front row Karolyn Wolf Carmen Armstrong
Debbue Dlxon Polly Payne Beverly Mllton
Duane Bort Cheryl Prerson Kathy Hams
Duana McDomel Jlll Johnson Sloan Peltier
Susan Brown Second row Chrrsty Fox
Cmdy Fox Julle Cundnth Connie Shaver
Kathy McGmnus Lisa Fager Flozallnd Lens-
lnger Carol Johansen Andrea Kidd Chns
Floche Beverly Savage Nancy Sparks
Teresa Clemens Lnsa Maher Jenny Landers
Thlrd row Natalie Almen Kathy Blnkley
Llnda Wessel Sherry Cornellson Jerrl
Warden Carrie Crumpler Kelly Pflleger
Cmdy Hood Mary Kay Fluff Laura Leeper
Jon: Bunyard Becky Roche Gwen Thomp-
Amy E Hamrlton Darla Hunsaker Michele
Cassidy Duane Coffman Sue Saylor Sherre
Goss Ann Frere Jenny Partridge Crystal
Woodard Susan Czentnar Shelley Jane
Baker Donna Jameson Frtth row Tara
Templm Teresa Fager Sydney Tarpley
Jocelyn Hanson Andrea Dickson Loree
Clme Susan Stone Jan Foster Austa Fron
terhouse Denise Stubbs Kathy Dowd Cheryl
Muller Llsa Hodge Llsa Blevins Mlchelle Eth
rldge Donna Woodruff Sixth row Anna
Mane Mantooth Linda Ahr Llsa Ford Debbie
Pam Landers Roxanna Coxer Lee Brock
Leslle Sabm Jane Brooks Renee Waldroop
Jull Thacker Jean Barnes Seventh row Carol
Bucher Vlckne McCIam Gwen Bristol Lusa
Brennwald Cheryl Vaught Gall Prlvett Bev
erly Floff Madonna Klssmger Pam Martln
Klmberly Jones Karla Cleek Susie Becker
GAMMA PHI BETA 177
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Patty Koenibh Sheryl Judkins, Janet Jones: son, Tracie Tutt. Fourth row:' Kathy Andress, Kerr, Karen Knight, Barbie Quinn, Jan Long,
Lett: Cheryl Vaught, Rozalind
Leizinger, Kathy Harris and
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K to construct new house
Being the first national fraternity at
the University of Oklahoma is not a
position to be taken lightly. Kappa
Alpha, a seventy-three year old mem-
ber of the University community, has
once again proven worthy of such dis-
Spirits are high in anticipation of
construction of a new house. Kappa
Alpha, the oldest fraternity on campus,
will soon have the newest house on
Involvement in this venture did not
lessen Kappa A1pha's participation in
social and intramural activities. The
social calendar of KA is as full this year
as always. The year was started with a
hayride. The high point of the first
semester was the Plantation Ball held
early in December. The second semes-
ter was equally as lively with the tradi-
tional Old South Week. This week is
highlighted by the Dixie Dance and the
firing of the "Dixie Derringerf'
Intramural sports give everyone a
welcomed break from the rigors of for-
mal education. The "Southern Gentle-
men" are always eager to accept the
challenge of friendly competition. This
year the men of Kappa Alpha partici-
pated in volleyball, tennis, bowling,
basketball, softball and wrestling.
Academic excellence is the goal of
every member in the chapter. Since
time of inception, we have consistently
been ranked in ,the top twenty-five per-
cent ofthe fraternities on campus.
Enthusiasm and active participation
have led the men of Kappa Alpha
through almost 75 years on this campus
and it will continue with the construc-
tion of a new house.
Relaxing at the Dixie Dance.
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Front row: Bill Nelson, Robert Sur- Catlett, Barry McCabe. Second row: Debbie Wright, Mark Fields, Fred M.
tees, Robert W. Cole, Ed Trammell, Cleve Welsh, John Hunt, Sue Byler, Remer.
Don Everett, Bob Tumilty, Kenny
KAPPA ALPHA - 179
Kappa men have diverse careers
Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, founded in 1911 at
the University of Indiana, was the first under-
graduate college fraternity to be incorporated by
blacks as a national body. Primarily through the
efforts of brother Elder Watson Diggs, the frater-
nity's ten founding fathers dedicated themselves
to the fundamental purpose of achievement.
Kappa men are currently prominent in a diver-
sity of careers. Their brothers include U.S. Con-
gressmen, mayors, writers and numerous well
Kappas commitment to the purpose of the
broader black community has always been
proven. Guide Right is the national service pro-
gram for the occupational and educational guid-
ance of youth in high school and college. The
objectives of Guide Right are to assist students
1 80 - KAPPA ALPHA PSI
to secure employment and progress successfully
in their chosen vocations. Kappa League pro-
vides younger blacks with athletic outlets.
Several service projects have been conducted in
line with the purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi.
Thanksgiving skits were presented to youngsters
in Norman and there were numerous other pro-
At the University of Oklahoma several Kappa
men are present in the administration and fac-
ulty. They head departments and coordinate
Kappa Alpha Psi is a vital part of college life
for black students. The Zeta Omega chapter of
Kappa Alpha Psi was founded on April 15, 1973,
at the University of Oklahoma.
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Thetas emphasis friendship
The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Kappa
Alpha Theta emphasizes friendship, schol-
arship, campus activities and the retention
of individuality through sisterhood.
Each year the Thetas participate in com-
munity activities. This year Thetas donated
Thanksgiving baskets to underpriveleged
families and teamed with Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Fraternity to hold their annual
Christmas Party for cerebral palsy children.
Academics have always been stressed to
maintain the high standing Theta demands.
Thetas were honored with several awards
that included Big Women on Campus, Out-
standing Woman in the College of Business
Mortar Board Who s Who in American Col
leges and UI11VeI'S1l16S, Omicron Delta
Kappa and Top Ten Women.
In addition to being involved in other
campus activities, 36 girls sang and danced
their way to first place in University Sing,
performing songs from the musical
Life in the Theta style was complete in
1978-79 with ' serenades, stolen compos-
ites, house decorations for homecoming and
functions. Parties, like the annual Pansy Pile
held with Delta Delta Delta Sorority, added
to the full Theta year.
This year the Alpha Omicron Chapter
continued to grow stronger and closer in
understanding the real meaning of working
together to keep a strong chapter
Front row Kathy Neal Jan Collms Cathy
Campbell Michele Michael Kathy Glover
Carllyn M Vldalllet Mlssy LaBoon Julle
Rhoades Mussy Maguire ChflSfI OConnor
Susan Dlxon Kelly Morrell Patty Hunt Sec
ond row Mary Stevenson Beth Deffner
Tamara Ferguson Donna Nlx Kim Kell Gayla
Myers Suzanne Summers Debbie Parsells
Debbie Lundberg Leslie Lambert Dorothy
Newcomb Kathy Morris Llsa Charles Laura
Johnson Kelly Kallster Lon Shadld Gmny
Johnston Barbara Huckm Jan Crawford
McDowell Kelly Ebelmg Bobble Mehrlng
Mollle Wells Leslie Travls Lee Ann Smnth
Shelley Campbell Debbie Nlx Lon Hurley
Cyndy Ellls Julle Burkett Rhonda Hayes
Patty Leach Gall Mitchell Betsy Snoots
Laura Ellls Sheila Burke Pam Tawater Kellie
McMllIln Cyndl Schafer Fourth row Susie
Stapleton Klm Koontz Andrea Harbert
Iotte Harrell Elizabeth Baker Kam Matlock
Jane Evenson Laura Fall Sandy0 Rear Lea
Calhoon Tern Stubbs Carla Ann Mitchell
Lee Brown Carol Galt Allson Ayres Susan
Wheeler Mary Kay Evenson
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 183
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Groos, Cindy Loya, Tammy Rernblszf Marci Suzanne Mayes. Third row: Sheri-Pruitt, 'liaml Karen Anderson, Mary Beth Barbero, Char-
Right: Vanette Dix and
Margaret Pace pose dur-
ing the Red and White
Kappa Delta has an exciting ear
A successful rush, enthusiasm and antici-
pation were combined to make 1978-1979 an
exciting and profitable year for the Gamma
Theta Chapter of Kappa Delta.
Enthusiasm in campus activities was
exhibited by KDs in both chapter and indi-
Kappa Deltas reached the semi finals in
intramural football. The intramural year
was made a success by participation in
bowling, swimming, volleyball, basketball
and softball. O
KDS competed in the Homecoming House
Decoration contest with the men of Phi
Kappa Psi and Sooner Scandals. Kappa Del-
tas also participated and placed in the Phi
Psi 500 tricycle race and in the Sigma Phi
Epsilon Dance Marathon. '
Individuals were actively involved in the
184 KAPPA DELTA A
Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band, Angel
Flight, President's Leadership Class and var-
ious honorary fraternities. KDS held posi-
tions in Panhellenic Association and played
leading roles in the University of Oklahoma
School of Music production of Oliver.
To raise money for their local philan-
thropy, the Norman Cerebral Palsy Center,
KDS held the first annual campus wide
Spade and Backgammon Tournament. They
also supported the Crippled Children's Hos-
pital, Kappa Delta's National philanthropy.
The 'tiesof sisterhood were strengthened
this year when the OU and OSU chapters
participated in a joint Founder's Day Ban-
quet. KD alums and actives from both chap-
ters relived memories and planned for the
bright future of Kappa Delta.
Lett: KDs celebrate during
Big Sis Little Sis.
Front row Leslie Frazier Leslie Farha Becku
Herbig Can Lynn Arn Jana Reynolds Traci
DeMarco Jeannie Hummel Cathi Hodgkin
son Tracie Payne Garlanda Parker Mary
Janelle Beard Teresa Smith Maria Reed
Jane Ann Good Mom Hunt Brenda Under
wood Sharon Einfeldt Barbara Hodgson
Lucy A Brown Meg Cuplin LaJuan Bailey
Kimi Dixon Kelly Skaggs Third row Marga
ret Pace Sonja Randolph Laura Campbell
Cyndy McAdoo Tom Huffman Audrey Bar
nett Barbie Hall Lisa Pearson Trish Brown
Francis Rogers Fourth row Teri Armstrong
Moore Lujuanna Haynes Cindy Creger
Wende Williams Debby Garllng Christine
Stone Gina Albright Fltth row Ann Perez
Linda Anley Kaye Chase Sandi Orvis Leigh
Ann Stroud Jill Gnffmg Kathy Pendergrass
Susan Raische Sixth row Jamie Jacobs
Mary Brown Kaycl Wright Dee Ann Chase
Angie Clayton Becky Balser Kathy Stewart
Suzanne Baxter Seventh row Deian Barrett
Rowena Buck Patti Perkins Cindy Baldwin
Eighth row Vanette Dix Gloria Rhoads Lynn
Holland Da na Clayton Laurie Cales Lisa
Lambdin Julie Michael Belinda Cathey
KAPPA DELTA 185
McMahon, Cindy 'ShakIee. Second row: Cyndy Youngl Shannon Freeman, Mary Dolli Byron, Jan-Montgom-ery,'Julia Richards:
Right: Kappas pose for a pic-
ture before a performance of
Sooner Scandals with Sigma
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Front row: Jill Bryson, Debbie Lavender,
Dana Howard, Sara Womble, Barbara Kum-
ler, Beth Boring, Sarah Stone, Teresa Tullius,
Nancy Dodson, Mary Swenson, Lisa Perry-
man, Kavar Kerr, .Patti Phillips. Second row:
Kellie Dean, Dianne Lane, Amy Bishop, Becky
Shepard, Becky Adelman, Jenny Henderson,
Beth Lukert, Cathey Peilsticker, Cindy Mar-
quardt, Missy Montgomery, Katie Colopy, Sue
Woelke, Sarah Morley, Ann Nicholson, Mel-
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Davis, Susan Daniel, Kelly Loy, Shari Mahan,
Janice Kellenberger, Beverly Church, Connie
Rose, Libby Schulz, Tami Moss, Betsy Merrill,
Alyson Wray, Lisa Ingram, Mary Katherine
Lee, Carol Gagnon, Mary-Keith Miller, Sue
Ftesler, Larue Allee, Marsha Thompson,
Karen Crepps. Fourth row: Serene Jones,
Belinda Powell, Terri Klein, Teresa Hall, Jan
Snider, Karen Fagin, Stephanie Michael, Kim
Loy, Gayle Haley, Anne Hogue, Betsy Bres-
sler, Kreela Corder, Toni Ftemondino, Cindy
Leake, Jan Holdridge, Sue Mayfield, Sharon
Wood, Karen Austerman, Cynthia Brooks.
Fifth row: Shannon Lee, Charlotte Jordan,
Tina Underwood, Tami Toppins, Tammy
Myers, Cynthia Stratton, Patti Ennis, Marta
Mings, Carol Clouston, Sally Montgomery,
Nancy Randolph, Carol Cavanaugh, Becky
Lampton, Kim Jackson, Ginny Burt. Sixth
row: Cindy Ferrell, Susan Inman, JoLynn
Serio, Kathy Troutt, Ann Kumler, Jan Sumner,
Alice Adelman, Carla Goetzinger, Lisa
Scheer, Kindy Jones, Elizabeth Matthews,
Marla Olson, Linda Logan, Jana Rist.
Kappas fOllOW1I1gthG1I' trad1t1on
Followmg the1r trad1t1on the Kappa
Kappa Gammas started off the year W1th
a super pledge class of 43 and fall 78
prom1sed to be a busy and fun f1lled t1me
The Kappas and the men of Lambda
Chr Alpha busled themselves prepar1ng
the1r float for Homecomlng Our hard
work pa1d wrnnmg us a second place 1n
The pledges found lt a d1ff1cult but fun
task to balance the1r study hall hours
along w1th the1r extra currlcular act1v1t1es
and funct1ons The surprlse of B1g SIS L1t
tle SIS fell dlrectly after OU Texas week
end After a successlon of temporary B1g
Slsters the pledges were more than anx
1ous to get the1r permanent ones
Intramurals were stressed th1S year and
the Kappa football team ended up Wlth
The Kappa s annual fall party the Bar
be que Wh1ch was held at the Llncoln
Plaza Western Room was a smashlng suc
cess for everyone
Also 1n October the Kappa dads
arr1ved for the1r SpBC1Hl day at OU Agam
l1ke last year the dads stayed overnlght 1n
the Kappa house The dads really
enyoyed teehng a part of all the Dad s Day
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Our tradition dates back to 1400
What makes Kappa Sigma such a
Well, it could be our great tradition
that dates back to 1400 in Bologna,
Italy. Or it might be some of our great
alumni like Steve and Tinker Owens,
limbo Elrod, and Iackson Todd. One
might also consider our continuing
involvement in every facet of fraternity
and university life. But like any other
fraternity, success can be traced
directly to the people who make-up the
We can list our accomplishments like
everyone else, but we won't. We realize
that these accomplishments are just the
end result of an experience called
Kappa Sigma is: football in the living
room, making the playoffs in intramu-
rals, making good grades, violating
quiet hours, bad hangovers, elephant
parties, frequent road trips to far and
obscure places, getting thrown in the
duck pond at least once a week, cam-
pus involvement, alumni and little sis-
ter support, and a thousand other
Only one thing is sure about the
future - Kappa Sigma will be there one
step ahead of the rest.
Mary Woods Jeff Turner Ron
Burris and Sherry Allen at the
Front row Brent Payne Jam Slkes Slkes Davld Payne Joe Lancaster
Nlcholas Fl Hensler Terry Erhardt Kelly Mc Elhaney Jack Gater Gerry
Bull Brentllnger Pat Smlth Mlke Quinn Ron Burris James Howard
Freeman Gary Perry Jlm Mardls Marc Howie Don Jones Thlrd row
Larry Crossland Larry Lavelett Bob Clndy Creger Gina Johnson Mlc
Drum Second row Randy Morgan helle Polka NlcklGrlmshaw Marsha
Jeff Turner Tom Fletcher Mark
Howerton Fourth row Melanie
Polka Tum Wade Jay Thomas Kelly
Wllklns Richard Nlghtengale Steve
Perham Mike Casteel Oscar
Velazquez Mlke Hulsey Larry War
ner Russell Cole GeraIdFl Allen
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Bill Kyle, Wade Webster,
David White and Alaln
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A winning season best describes Lambda
Chi Alpha's activities on campus. Remod-
eled for a new year, the chapter house at 904
College welcomed back Lambda Chi's after
an active summer.
Sweeping first place in Sooner Scandals
ranked among our top campus activities and
achievements. A strong Associate Member
class captured first in grades over other fra-
ternity's pledge classes. Lambda Chi's also
upheld their tradition in Homecoming com-
petition with an award winning float.
"Sorority Kidnap" scored a success for the
American Cancer Society with donations
from sororities in participation. Active
Lambda Chi's placed two men in the Top
Ten Freshmen. Currently we have members
in Gamma Gamma, Mortar Board, Student
Congress, President's Leadership Class, IFC,
1 90 LAM BDA CHI ALPHA
University Sing, and the Pride of Oklahoma.
Intramural sports provided a berth for
Lambda Chi's in both football and coed
"Western Weekend" is the main social
event in the fall for Lambda Chi's. A fabu-
lous "Tradewinds" livens up three days in
the spring and numerous other parties and
functions fill in the year for a well-rounded
Members of Lambda Chi believe that part
of the success in their growth is due to the
educational program offered to the men
who compose an Associate' Member class
each semester. The strong ties that bond the
brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha and the last-
ing friendships established here at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma also contribute to the
accomplishments of Lambda Chi Alpha.
Lett: The Delta Delta Deltas
and the Lambda Chas perform
thelr Sooner Scandals act of
Front row Doug Galbraith Davld
Galbraith Mlke Lackey Ben Mal
one Tum Moroney Greg Vlahos
Davad Howell Bernle Brokett Mark
Wade Second row Alan Cody
David Bennlnger Dave Cole Larry
Able Jon Hale Mom Barry Rlck
Romano Man Smlth John Davies
Rlchard Rostant John Lewls Reg
Freemyer Brlan Rojas Thlrd row
Terye Myers Woody Acton John
Fogg Russ Glbbs Jeff Herman
Steve Magness Steve Herman
Dennls Davls John Winters Fourth
row Marty Howerton Blame Beck
Davld Ragan Kevin Calcote Blalr
Karner Greg Hurley Larry Hull
Davld Litton Jeff Luchslnger Flfth
row Blll Kyle Randy Cone Brent
Fennel Maur1ceAlforo Joe Ray Bull
Mayhall Steve Buxton Slxth row
Mlke Maloney Bull Leeper Sam Tay
lor Buck Townes Mlke Eldrldge
Phll Harriman Mlke Sunderland
Fred McKenz1e Steve Faler Rlck
Lewallan Doug Sandndge Seventh
row John Coutret John Morgan
Blake Cummings Davld Prater
Wade Webster Dave Whlte Craig
Carrell John Ferrell Greg Krall
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Founded at Miami University in 1848, the
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity has since grown
to international proportions. Our local
chapter was founded in 1918 making it one
of the first fraternities on campus at O.U.
This year the Oklahoma Alpha chapter of
Phi Delta Theta was active in many aspects
of campus life. The social calendar was
headed by the annual Phi Delt Victory Party
after Oklahoma's win over West Virginia.
The Pre-Dally Rally, the Greek campus-
wide party held every year before the O.U.-
Texas game, was once again a great success.
Almost two thousand Greeks attended the
party which featured Alvin Crow and the
Pleasant Valley Boys.
The academic aspect of college life was
also emphasized. The Phi Delts were one of
two fraternities on campus to have over a
three point member grade average. This
grade point enabled us to have one of the
1 92 PHI DELTA THETA
Above: Phi Delt pledges get into the
spirit of the Pre-Dally Rally. Left:
Seniors at the Christmas Formal.
top ten grade averages on campus.
Athletically, the Phi Delts had a high par-
ticipation in intramural sports. The Phi
Delts participated in everything from foot-
ball to ping-pong. The pledge class football
team performed very well and went to the
Individually, Phi Delts also stood out on
campus with participation in varsity athlet-
ics, Interfraternity Council and Interfrater-
nity Pledge Council.
Throughout the year, Phi Delta Theta has
maintained its tradition of brotherhood.
With its many activities such as the parties
during the year and the intramural sports in
which the fraternity participated and the
high academic standing of the fraternity,
Phi Delta Theta has remained a dominant
influence on the University of Oklahoma
I Len: Phi Deus and their dates
at the Surfer's Party.
Front row JoLynn Serlo John Powell son Fourth row MlchaelNordln Dan Nlckell
George Reynolds Muke Egan Karen Wesse Randy Ellnott Carolyn Bonney Nons Wh:
Nnck Nnchols Butch Whltten Kent Hamnlton taker Jeff Dlx Mitchell Crook Jeff Spray
Laura Johnson Lynn LaFevers Susan Julie Hunt Richard Muller Sue Woelke Rory
Wheeler Barbara Huckun Kenton Copple Barneche Frtth row Tony Schrouf Anthony
Second row Marcus Galyen Jane Brooks Caudlll Steven Slnger Mary Krrk Julle John
John Adalr Cynthla Monkres Jeff Jones son Rlc Muller Mary Motter Roger Gregston
Jenmfer Mornson Ron Hams Make Ford Jeff Gall Leavntt John Boydston Bob Harris Slxth
Gregston Mlke Shade Mark Thompson row Angela Clmesmlth Nancy Cartwrlght
Davld Carmony Gregory Chaney Third row Tum Kuykendall Ralph Crowder Holly White
Flack Mundt H M Enterllne Judy Jones Jackie Marshall Julle Roblns Frank Dlnkler
Susle Nlx Don Card Frank Kmney Fuck Wul
John Trdholm Seventh row Doug Tatom
Steve Horn Make Malherbe Steve Morrls
Kevm Dnskrll Kevm Grlffeth Doug Dodson
Dena Funderburg Mlke Shrmer Keith Broad
water Julla Keeton Jeff Boyd Eighth row
Rob Schlck Robert Monnet Connie Rose
Jane Carr T Wilson Nmth row Chrls Gun
mng Chrns Bowers Steve Brammell Carol
Morrxs Dale Robins Scott McWilliams Steve
Pugh Louls Fox
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ledge at the Nite Club Party.
Fijis have new housemother
In constant pursuit of higher goals, the
men of Nu Omega chapter of Phi Gamma
Delta embarked on another fruitful and pro-
ductive year in 1978-79.
This year began with a warm welcome for
our new housemother, Mrs. Reba Coley, the
first to grace 1200 college in nine years. She
has proven to be a great asset to Nu Omega
through constant service to her new "fam-
ily," and we warmly welcome her.
Once again, Phi Gams distinguished
themselves in diversified areas of campus
activities. In intramural athletics, the Phi
Gam football team went undefeated in regu-
lar season play, and earned a spot in the
playoffs. We continue to be an active force
in the intramural program and all its activi-
c Fijis could be found serving in many var-
ied organizations throughout the campus.
Charles Hall distinguished himself as IFC
secretary for 78-79.
Strong emphasis on academics has placed
Phi Gamma Delta high on the list of grade
averages, as more brothers and pledges con-
194 PHI GAMMA DELTA
tinuely make use of our fine in-house study
This year's social calendar was high-
lighted by our traditional Nite Club Party
and Fiji Island Party. Both parties proved to
be overwhelming successes. Our fall Hal-
loween party for the Norman Head Start
Program made the holiday a joyful experi-
ence for the many children we entertained.
Along with our traditional events we enter-
tained the various campus sororities in new
and imaginative ways.
In working with our Spirit Committee we
are proud to have formed a Little Sisters
organization. Fifteen outstanding women
were chosen to compliment our fraternity.
In the first year these women have proved
to be invaluable to Phi Gamma Delta.
Since 1916 the members and pledges of
Phi Gamma Delta continue to uphold the
values and principles of fraternal brother-
hood. In our 63rd year on the OU campus
we continue to prove that "Phi Gamma
Delta is not for college days alone."
FljIS taklng advantage of
Front row Cralg Chaney Kurt Wat Whltbeck Paul A Cox Charles B
son John Crawford Davld Love Wlnters Reba Coley Matthew P
lace Mlke Vogle Dnrk Halaoul Blattler Frank P Paslerb Randy
Gregg Overstake Greg Day Reggle Allen Mlke Drake Tlm Keefe Thlrd
Jensen Laren Chllders Greg Clark row Mlchael W Farmer Dave E
Second row Raymond Cantwell Shorten Guy L Patton Davld
Kenneth Watson Eddle Rhea Cralg Henry Mules Campbell Martln Han
ney Stephen Ray Tlmothy D
Joyce Fourth row Tod Sanger
Davld Herrltt Charley Hall Kyle
Hensley Ted Wllson Steven L
Hawes G Carl Gibson Scott
Schwemsberg Carl Campbell Cllfl
Webb Charles Ray Chuck Hawes
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Conformity in dress, big parties and rivalry
are traits Greeks at the University of Oklahoma
are associated with. However, community serv-
ice should be included in the list.
Fund raising for both local and national chari-
ties and research foundations comprise a major
part of each chapter's involvement. From tricy-
cle races to a sorority president kidnap, OU
Greeks help raise thousands of dollars for
worthwhile causes every year.
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity "stole" sorority
presidents to raise money for the Society of
Crippled Children. After the sorority donated
money to the campaign, its president was safely
Part of the Heart Fund's monetary support this
year came from Alpha Phi Sorority's candy sale,
with proceeds going to the Norman Cardiac
Center to buy new equipment. Delta Gamma
Sorority's "Anchor Splash" raised money for the
Oklahoma Chapter of the League for the Blind.
Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
pedalled bicycles to the Orange Bowl for the
Oklahoma Lung Association.
Several Greek organizations put their athletic
abilities to good use for the Diabetes Associa-
tion. Tricycles sped around Crossroads Mall in
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity's Phi Psi 500 tricycle
race, and members of Delta Upsilon Fraternity
and Pi Beta Phi Sorority kicked up their heels in
the annual Run to Dallas on OU-Texas weekend.
A unique philanthropy is supported by Sigma
Chi Fraternity. Wallace Village, a center for the
rehabilitation of children with minimal brain
damage, is the fraternity's national philan-
thropy, and money raised in the annual "Derby
Day" helps to fund this project.
Dancing proved to be another big fund raiser,
as Sigma Phi Eps ilon Fraternity's Muscular Dys-
trophy Dance Marathon cleared the 311,000
mark for the fight of MD. Another dance spon-
sored by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority raised funds
forthe Oklahoma Society for Crippled Children.
Money wasn't the only kind of donation made
by the Greek community, as fraternity and
sorority members rolled up their sleeves to give
blood in several Red Cross blood drives. Houses
donated space for the drives, publicized them
and donated hundreds of pints of blood for the
Service projects play an important part in the
annual activities of the Greek community at OU.
Gail Leavitt, a Pi Beta Phi member who partici-
pated in the Run to Dallas, summed it up this
1 96 - GREEKS
way: "For most houses, charitable activities are
as important and rewarding as parties." OU can
be proud of the philanthropic examples set by
the Greek community.
Right: Fraternity members participated in the Delta
Gamma "Anchor Splash," which benefitted the
League for the Blind. Far right: Rod Brown and
Hugo Naifeh give blood at the Alpha Tau Omega
Fraternity for the Red Cross.
Left Members of P1 Beta Phu and
Delta Upsllon In their Run to Dal
las for the Diabetes Association
Phi Ka s host Sorlorit A Go Go
Danny Longancke and date find
an unusual diversion at the
Phi Kappa Sigma is a tradition of brother-
hood. Since their founding on the OU cam-
pus in 1929 by Victor H. Culp, the Phi Kaps
have persisted with high standards and an
excellent reputation on the OU campus.
Phi Kappa Sigma hosts several annual
events known throughout the campus. A
few of the famous Phi Kap events are Soror-
ity A-Go-Go, the Haunted House Party, the
Black and Gold and theme masquerade par-
Besides being active as a social fraternity,
Phi Kappa Sigma also prides itself on their
outstanding community service. Every year
at Christmas, the Phi Kaps sponsor a party
for an orphanage. The men at Phi Kappa
Sigma are active in IFC and IFPC and play a
major role in Greek intramurals.
Participating in all events on campus, Phi
198 PHI KAPPA SIGMA
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Kaps are known for their impressive house
decorations for Dad's Day, Homecoming
The single most important factor that
keeps Phi Kappa Sigma strong is the initia-
tion of a large pledge class every year. Phi
Kaps maintain a program of pledgeship.
This program teaches the pledges the ways
of the world, including the social, business
and emotional aspects. Once the pledge has
been initiated, the new member feels he has
worked and achieved the right to be called a
man of Phi Kappa Sigma.
Most important, Phi Kappa Sigma is a
unity of brotherhood. Brotherhood in the
sense that, united together under a single
roof, brothers and pledges may experience
life and know upon graduation that he is
truely ready to face the world.
l as S
Front row Brent Morgan Erme Clmgman Bull
Zlegelgruber Lane Horton Don Bates Bob
Peak Steve Abernathy Kerry S Walters
Marlf Tyler Mark Austlll Jon Laasch Second
row Jack Flndley Mark Fltch Terry Lynne
Bull McKay Glenn Almack Helen Mallon Fritz
Maher Bnan Horrocks Bob Kelly Kurt Ftey
burn Greg Massa Davld Schmitt Charles
Nrcek Thlrd row Danny Longanacre Steve
Fry Mrke Maher Tom Weidman Kathy Mal
one Duana Asner Howard Moore Jackne
Baker Lusa Bassett Karen Kautz Ron
Thompson Jnm Lumber Berme Martun Davld
Haddad Fourth row Jam Johnson Temple
Drummond Charles Klmmel Davld Herman
sk: Jeff Fine Tom DeJarnette Warren Pn
Left John Weidman Marc:
Ftapley Jackie Baker and Mark
Fltch at the fall Hayrlde
meaux John D Weidman Mark W Kennel
ley Ronald P Henderson Keith L Townsley
Jim Cochran Drew D Hale Fllth row Jlm
Crable Jum Saunders Sam Klrby Patrick
McGee DavldB Barnes Jr JamesH Welch
Chrls Durham Dan Van Ess Scott Tomson
Gregory Prlce J Montgomery Johnston
Kevin M Lllly
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rapher. Left: The bonds of Sisterhood are shown by
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Pi Phis in 'Run to Dallas'
The Oklahoma Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta
Phi got the year off to .a running start by
teaming up with the men of Delta Upsilon in
their annual "Run to Dallas". The run raised
money for the American Diabetes Associa-
tion. Other projects throughout the year
helped raise funds for other Pi Phi philan-
The women of Pi Beta Phi were well rep-
resented in campus activities in 1978-1979.
They were proud to include in their mem-
bership the Outstanding Senior Woman,
Martha Long. They participated in student
congress, the University of Oklahoma Stu-
dent Association and O.U. Cheerleaders.
Offices held by them included OU's Mortar
Board President and membership on Pan-
hellenic Executive Staff. V
Awards were also a big part of the Pi Phi
200 PI BETA PHI
life this year. The membership received
many awards from the national fraternity
including a trophy for the third best chapter
in the nation. Another award, the scholar-
ship trophy, was presented to the Pi Phis for
having the highest grades of all sororities on
campus. And, five- of the possible awards in
the Sooner Scandals small act division were
taken by Pi Phis.
The social calendar was filled with excit-
ing Pi Phi events during the year. The fall
semester included the Pledge-Member
Party, an Infinities party, a date dinner and
the traditional Beaux and Arrows Party.
Other parties and functions filled out the
spring semester and the well-rounded year
ended with The Monmouth Duo, celebrated
with Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Above Pl Phls and Delta Upsllons warmlng up for Run to Dallas
Front row Beth Martm Karen McGlvern Jen
me Young Chrlstane Rowe Leslle Lynn
Harry Motter, Martha Long, Susan Barley, Jan
Compton, Ann Alexander, Dranne Gray,
Duane Gandy, Sarah McBride, Becky Sellers
Second row: Beth Dickson, Leslie Dudley,
Gina Rushing, Janell Law, Jlll Everett, Pat
Reynolds, Katue Weaver, Betsy Chenault, Dee
Ann Whltnah, Gall Leavitt, Nancye Demerson,
Kathy Wrlson, Mansa Maxwell, Marcle Henry,
Roberta Akln Third row Susan Bntt, Jana
Swales Jlll Brundrett Casldy Ward Patty
Wagstaff Dee Ann Armstrong Susan
Sykokra, Mary Krrk Jan Hunter, Lisa Schafer,
Trudy Perry, Juhe Coulter, Klttye Llttle, Bon
me Beattue, Tama Randolph, Keven Calonkey
Fourth row Kam Culver, Lrsa Manley, Pat
Berry, Kathy Malone, Jamie Baxter, Sandy
Smlth, Stephanie Hall, Cathle McCann, Holly
Whute, Marrlyn Frans, Casey Krebs, Terye
Pratt, Janet Wlllsey, Ethle Weaver, Jana
Moore, Pam Wood, Tuna Held, Darla Grob
Fifth row Tern Skrnner Melany Carroll Jlll
Hyde Mary Long Cindy Whitman Lynn
LaFevers, Pam Kennedy, Klm Sulllvan, Jlll
Gale, Kathy Lynn, LouAnn Buhlnnger, Suan
Dunn, Jana Floyd, Harnet Chenault, Teresa
Randolph, Jenmfer Eve, Ava Anderson Sixth
row Starlene Hrldabrand, Debbie Voegle,
Kathy Machel, Karen Kemp, Kelly Frrestone,
Joy Stephens, Laura Mason, Chrlstl Cox, Llsa
Blankenshrp, Mary Sullrvan, Stephanne
Solow, Rebecca Worrell, Sandra Nlver
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Dave Lewis, Art Henderson,
and Jeff Elland and dates
during the Toga Party.
The Beta Omicron chapter of Pi Kappa
Alpha finished 1978-79 as one of its most
successful years since its local founding in
the early 1900's. Many diverse factors attrib-
uted to Pi Kappa Alpha's overall accom-
plishments during the year.
As usual the Pikes made a great showing
in intramurals, highlighted by winning the
flag football championship in its inaugural
season. Along with intramurals the men of
Pi Kappa Alpha also showed their strength
in the classroom and other campus activi-
ties including university musical produc-
tions and varsity athletics.
This year the First Annual Fireman's Ball
was added onto the strong list of major par-
ties such as the Annual Dream Girl Banquet,
the Roman Toga Party, and the Christmas
Pajama Bash. These parties along with
numerous functions will provide memories
of mayhem and fun for many years to come.
In between our busy campus lives, Pi
202 PI KAPPA ALPHA
Kappa Alpha took time to aid those people
who may not be as fortunate. With men on
the VIP panel of the Ierry Lewis Muscular
Dystrophy Telethon plus other projects that
include helping the Big Brothers of Ameri-
can, Pikes found experiences off-campus
that allowed both character growth and an
overall feeling of brotherhood.
The 1978-79 year also brought forth a
strong pledge class that make the future
years look ever brighter. Growth and
accomplishment was also realized this year
in the Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister organiza-
tion, as over forty little sisters helped the
house attain goals that otherwise would
have been impossible.
Throughout the 1978-79 year Pi Kappa
Alpha enjoyed activities that made our lives
that of the complete "Greek Man". Benefits
like these enrich and make our college days
and brotherhood even more meaningful to
us in the years ahead.
Front row Barry Young Brenda Reed Penny
Howard Llsa Cooper Carl Sanborn Paul
Cunningham Ed Conrad Mom Calrlngton
Manlyn Frans Tony Hull Sklp Brown Carmen
Armstrong Tam: Liddell Brad Crawford
Kelly Shaw Scott Chnstopher Second row
Kelth Crosby Craig Lyerly Lindsey L Mal
one Steve Carrow Cody Sutherland Jerry
Thompson Ty Norns Tracy Fant Lyn Moms
Duana Buchanan Carla Edwards Davud
Cobb Thlrd row Jess Sklnner Carle
Wheeler John Sandlnl Phll Marcha Jack
Homans John T Pern Vac Kung Jan Howard
Dean Rose Steve Fuelder Charlotte James
George Caldwell Kevm Moms Fourth row
Ron McGrath Bull Glenn Steven Pettyjohn
Jeff Martin Larry Gibson ChrlsA Rule Erlc
Dunmng Ross D Rotarskl Deena Telley
Patty Wagstaff Donna Frlck Karyn Well
house Fltth row Suzy Skaar Wyatt Self
Davld Jennlngs Mike Piland Mlchael Wlm
berly Jeanette Forney Veromca Sellers
Brad Briscoe Robert Treece Matthew Bauer
Sixth row John Sullnvan Jana James Ken
Blyth Jeff Stanfleld Blll Thompson Bradley
Chesson Rhonda Hancock Cathy Bowen
Patty Evans Jamce Whltney Seventh row
Emlly Houchen Lon Evans Jlm Ball Kristy
Burrow Johnny Llmber Brent Briscoe
Michael Henson Gary Smith MarkJ Pordos
Bryce Logan John Cormsh Make Flynn Scott
Javlne Eighth row Kevm Devers Julle
Akard Laura Spitzer James Jackson Jeff
Ellard Thomas Meredith Tom Nelson Jerry
Wllllams Nlnth row David Reed Jeff Can
non Kirk Starkey Gary Mayfneld Gary Goll
hofer Allan Robbms Jerry Barnes Keith
Logan Cnss Doss Tenth row Steven Soyc
hak Rrchard Kelm Robert Wnllls Clay Allen
Jean Malone Tre Hartgrove Gerald Steuart
Dave Ballard MarkT Cusack Bull V Liddell
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Pi Kapps sponsor haunted house
Through the years Pi Kappa Phi has
meant many things to many different peo-
ple. The Alpha Gamma Chapter, at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma, has been no excep-
tion. From our re-activation here at OU a
few short years ago, we have grown to be a
fairly good sized fraternity, initiating a
higher percentage of our associate class
than just about any other fraternity on cam-
The school year of 1978-79 saw marked
improvement for the Pi Kapps, as we strived
to make known our name in the campus
environment and the community of Nor-
man. ln October we sponsored a Haunted
House to raise money for UNICEF, and
throughout the year we sponsored numer-
ous other projects to raise money for our
national philanthropy, which is a series of
specially designed playground facilities for
mentally and physically handicapped chil-
204 PI KAPPA PHI
On campus, one can see Pi Kapps
involved in numerous activities, from honor
societies to service organizations, from Pi
Epsilon Tau to Delta Sigma Pi to College
Republicans. We have assisted in activities
associated with I-lowdy Week, Homecom-
ing, and Dad's Day.
Our social calendar is quite well-rounded.
We have a number of sorority mixers and
parties during the year, from our Cham-
pagne Anniversary and Hotel California
parties in the fall, to our glamorous Rose
Ball in the spring.
In intramurals we participate in all sports
and placed quite well in them. Actually
playing on a team or just cheering our team
on to victory gives a Pi Kapp a feeling of
pride and accomplishment as he sees what
can be accomplished through an organized
joint effort of his brothers.
Cupld goes for Jam Hendrlck
and has date at the Valentine
Front row Bobby Holly Krrst Tombragel
Curtls Wheeler Jay K Morrls Davld Rat
tenhouse Peggy Rlttenhouse Jlm
Craig, Wllllam Burns, Kathryn Taylor,
Bruce D Cook, Karen A Cochran Sec
ond row: Clovis C Haddock Jr , Stanton
J Colllns, Jlm Hendrick, Fred Smlth, Bull
Pullrn Darlene Ashley Mlke Stlce Ellza
beth OConnor Sue Johnson Ignacio
Gonzales Jr Sherla Walsh Thlrd row
Mark Roberts, Mlke Mlchaelson, Brlan
R Wlnkelmann, Ed Terry, R Kent What
tlngton, Tum Culwell, Roxanne Depe, Jay
Burgess, Anthony Petkoff, Ernc Wolfe,
Joseph Cochran Walt Burnette Fourth
row Tom Hyland Rach Sassatelll Scott
Wagner Mules Symonds Timothy
O'Connor, Gregory A Lowe, Cass Wll
lard, Eddie Ollver, Don Eades, Charles
Welgand, Jeff Seal
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SAE founded in
Founded at the University of Ala-
bama in 1856, Sigma Alpha Epsilon has
grown to be one of the largest fraterni-
ties in the nation. Despite the nation-
wide expansion of SAE, the academic
and social standards of the fraternity
have remained high.
The birth of the University of
Oklahoma chapter in 1909 was the first
in the state for SAE, and would later
produce graduates ranging from
Rhodes Scholars to great athletes. The
traditions and high ideals of SAE have
never been compromised at OU and
today it remains as a standard for all in
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personal development and social life.
Today the largest fraternity house in
the nation is at 730 College Street in
Norman, and the pride of the members
and pledges is equal in its magnitude.
Intramurals have been an area for the
Sig Alphs to rate athletic ability and
competition by being consistently at the
top in intramural football, softball and
other sports. Through the traditional
pledge and active programs, academic
superiority has remained the keynote to
our nationwide strength and growth.
Front row Bill Veazey Blant Miller Bobby
Gonce Warren Gngsby Rusty Reid Tommy
Koons Betsy Snoots Blake Donnell Andy
Hood Dick Kerr Lisa Ingram Chris Wray
Jimmy Man Clark Watkins Kirby Hunt Ste-
phame Hall Toni Remondlno Scott Rund
Corry Woolington Tami McDowell Second
Wynne Snoots Dana Howard William
Brooks Chris Perkins Lee Martin Tom
Stone Steve Thompson Debbie Gonce Bob
Monnet Mike Rainer Mark Adams C
McCain Chuck Perrin Shari Mahan Brice
Dllle Bob Pritchett Ted Jacobs Gail Mitchell
Bob Barry Rob Davis Third row Todd Taut
SAEs and Kappas pose for a
group shot of their Sooner
fest Kellie Dean Ramsey Drake Jane Even
son Kemper Howe Joe Strother Paul Rav
encraft Ross Howard Bob Portman Mike
Hurley Kelly Kallster Joe Rlson Bill Wendt
Marsh Powell Joe Braly Mary Katherine Lee
Don Trimble Paul Murchison Fourth row
Diane Monnet Jeanne Ann Smith Max Dan
Mike Mott Trey Eakln K C Jones Jeff Bell
Lee Brown Jeff McConnell Dottie Phillips
Hettle Mar Jim Penney Brian Kinney Luke
Curley Mark Edge Becky Adelman Fifth
row Don Sunderland Alan Cooke Stan
Keith Mary Kay Evenson Karen McRay Dale
Moore Craig Tucker David Simon Jim Wil
son Kane Ross Bob Hoover Joe Bugg
Eddie Childs Betsy Welsh Thad Hudman
Mark Stout Chip Peterson Ken Murchison
Ricky Brezney David Hines Steve Cooke
Bobby Lewis Rexanne Reynolds Brian
Clark Mike Dowling Scott Thompson Mark
Wahl Randy Schultz Sixth row Steve Wray
helmer M McDaniel Tom Rlesen Kevin
Krahl Kent Webb Robin Green Drew Webb
Kurt Williams Buddy Caldwell Kyle Robin
son Doug Fuller Mike Thatcher Mike Peck
Kevin Murphy Cliff Dougherty Greg Reid
Brad Barby Tom Daman David Braddock
Richard Allen Buck Arrington Dianne Gray
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 207
row: Richard Nix, Donna Nix, Kenny Blakley, iel, David Howard, Dale McMillin, Jeff Crookj Kevin Taylor, Brook-Coffeen, Danny Meiseni
Mark Johnson, and Shawn
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Sigma Chis win nchor Splash
The men of the Beta Kappa Chapter of the
Sigma Chi Fraternity have quite a lot to boast
about for the 1978-79 academic year. All facets
of university life - academic, social and
sports - were stressed by the chapter.
Brothers and pledges kicked off the fall
semester right when they swept the Delta
Gamma Anchor Splash. Homecoming saw the
Sigma Chis building a successful house deco-
ration with the women of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Nationally. Sigs had yet another honor
bestowed upon it when a nationwide poll of
campuses anked Sigma Chi as the number one
college fraternity in the nation.
The spring semester began with a new hous-
emother and seemingly countless parties. Mrs.
Rebecca Ward came to us from Louisiana
with sixteen years of experience as a house-
208 SIGMA CHI
The first week Sigs went all out and had a
function with the DCS, dinner with the little
sisters and two parties - Iailbreak and Ski
Lodge. After a few days of recovery, brothers
and pledges settled in to repeat their top per-
formance in grades again.
Social life was not the only thing stressed at
the chapter. In February the Sigs sponsored a
Red Cross blood drive, and in April proceeds
from the annual Derby Day were donated to
the Wallace Village, the Sigma Chi philan-
Intramural sports were a strong point of the
chapter. Teams were fielded for every major
sport, and also for most minor sports. Sigs
glade it to the playoffs in football and basket-
All in all, the year at 558 South University
could be described only as successful.
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son Harry Pefams and dates
frollc IR the snow at the Skl Lodge
Front row Janet Jones Tum Tlppnt Carolyn
Flesher Scott Montgomery Ton Haus Tony
Duenner Teresa Hall Charhe Hopper Harry
Pelanls Greg Mahaffey Ann Michael Donna
Woodruff Second row Scott Stone Matt
lmmel Klm Gravltt Sue Saylor Annallsa
Matetlch John Makar Tabby Jack Robert
Duenner Chery Curley Danny Hassan Jeff
Van Horn Annie Sllver Steve Berklacy Ed
Tyarks Thlrd row Susan Stone Susan Dur
bln. Charlie Morgan, Kelley Cornelius, Pat
Reynolds Ted Rlney Carol Ruth Klllms Don
Farmer Mary Ford Terry Pefams Chrls
Doder Fourth row Joel Sellers Clay Jack
Laura Fall Erm Carney Rebecca Worrell
Betsy Guthrie Carol Galt Glona Larson Lynn
Green Make Lrnscott Fltth row Mark Stuart
Pam Wood Sandy O Rear Charles O Rear
John Powell Kevln Putt Warren Leighton
Phllllp McCubb1ns Sixth row Jeff DeFehr
Nancy Broyles Mark Humphrles Kenney
Moore, Clarke Denney, Delbert Taylor. Kelth
Reiley Lea Ann Farmer Seventh row Max
Ard Susan Kemp Fred Wagner Joe Ho
combe Alan W Page Tum Green Elizabeth
Slonneger Clrff Block Eighth row Steve
Hale Matt Kramer PhrlReld Jeff Beland Tum
Clow Alan Martlnkewlz Tom Dunlap Greg
Uber Davld Steele Klm Ballew Nlnth row
Leonard Logan Jeff Rehm Davld Burns
Charles Stewart Chris Culllns Larry Burns
Alyssa Burns Frank Connery Seth Valerlus
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Sigma us establish scholarships
Going into its 70th year on the OU cam-
pus, Sigma Nu has established itself firmly
in the Greek system.
The Sigma Nus at OU have initiated 1,500
men. Our alumni established a 330,000
scholarship program this year to assist
brothers and pledges who may need finan-
cial assistance. Alums also spent 958,000 to
renovate the chapter room and dedicate it to
our chapter's founder, Erret Raines Newby.
Sigma Nus were found participating in
many aspects of university life this year.
Brothers could be found in the Pride of
Oklahoma marching band, University
Scholars, Presidents Leadership Class and
many other activities.
The Chapter also did their part to help the
Norman community with a fund drive to
help the Cerebral Palsy Center. At Christ-
mas, Sigma Nus entertained orphans from
210 SIGMA NU
Oklahoma City with a magic show, a,Christ-
mas we hope they will never forget.
The brothers participated in all intramu-
ral events and reached the playoffs in foot-
ball and softball. Sigma Nus made their
presence felt in other sports as well.
The fall social season got off to a bang
with the annual Victory Party followed by
the Big Brother-Little Brother Party. The
Clash Bash in November was followed by
the Christmas Party rounded out the semes-
The White Rose Formal kicked off the
spring social calendar. Of course the high-
light of the semester was the three day Bor-
der Dance. Sigma Nus from Oklahoma
State, Arkansas, Kansas State and Kansas
State came down to help celebrate. The
Great Race capped off an exciting year.
the Christmas Party.
John Larth Kienzle, Rex Sharp,
David Thompson. Third row: Steve
Gust, Mark Woodside, Jennifer
Ford, Cindy Denmark, Ann Thornhill,
Sally Massad, Susan Hammons, .lan
Bryant, Bronwyn Dollins, Mike
LeFlore, Rick Akin, Carol Sims, Gina
Pompelly, Cary Huddleston, Buck
Maxey, Leigh Chapman, Michelle
Colland, Jerri Hente, Randy Sims.
Fourth row: Doug Voiles, Karl Oak-
Iey, Pete Moss, Mark Cameron, Mary
Beth Mahon, David Huff, Mark
Solow, Eugene Barnes, Cathy
Addington, Joel Addington, Sean
Kavanaugh, Jeff Kabelitz, Scott
Sllart, Dennis Goodnight, Paul Chan-
Left: Sigma Nus and dates at
Sig Eps 'growing bigger and better'
Growing bigger and better each year, the
Oklahoma Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon is the second largest fraternity chapter
on the OU campus. Chartered Iune 1, 1946,
Sig Ep has increased at a phenomenal rate,
especially in the past few years.
After a very successful summer and fall
rush, the year began with a large pledge
class of 40 men and 100 active members.
A total of over S50,000., including 322,500
from the February 1978 "Dance for Those
Who Can't," has been donated by the Chap-
ter to Muscular Dystrophy. The money was
donated for the improvement of the MD
summer camp near Guthrie. The annual
three day charity event was held at Sooner
Fashion Mall and dancers included students
from various colleges and high schools from
across the state.
Close competition and entertainment
212 SIGMA PHI EPSILON
were the key notes of the annual Boxi
Tournament, another Sig Ep fund raisi
event. The annual tournament is held in t
OU Fieldhouse in honor of Dew
"Snorter" Luster, a former OU boxi
coach, whose help in organizing the tourn
has made it all possible.
Parties and social functions are an int
gral part of the fraternity. These get togeth
ers give Brothers a break from the pressur
of school. The first party of the year was t
Victory Party following the first home foot
ball game. The Christmas Party and the G
of the Golden Heart were the two forrr
parties of the year. The last party of the ye
was the western style Sam's Place ru
Sig Ep's involvement in all respects of cf
lege and fraternity life made 1978 an excit
ing and prosperous year.
Sig Eps at the Girl of the Gol-
den Heart formal.
Berney, Julie Coulter, Andrea Harbert. Mom
Albaugh, Tracie Tutt, Susie Ackerman, Lisa
Royer, Cindy Fox, Polly L. Guthrie, Trudy
Perry, Katie Weaver, David Bloom, Tyler
Hamlin, Mike McConnell, Art Mulholland.
Third row: Robert Takano, Scott Hanan,
Brandon Johnson, Randy L. Morgensen,
Mike Sleem, Mike Kusch, Jami McVeigh,
Mark J. Kreidler, Brian Bobek, Tom Hir-
schauer, Mark Heldenbrand, Rick George,
Mike Snyder, David King, Paul Barber, Jon
Bradley McPherson, John Thompson, John
Fryrsak, John Carrington, Steve Morgan, Jim
Ponk, Mark P. Britt. Fourth row: David Harry,
Dan Byrd, Brent Littlepage, Paul Bickhart,
Kent Dorfman, M. Ruark, Ed Heinen, Andrew
William Ong, Duke Lee, Craig Liebendorfer,
Phil Estes, Max Lee, Andy Fugitt, Mark Aqua-
man, Bill Jones, Keith Tarter, Kyle Travis, Kurt
Tarter, Randy Morgan, John Foster, Lance
Harris, William F. Elliott, Steve Middleton,
SIGMA PHI EPSILON 213
TKES move in
Moving into their new house this fall, the Tau Kappa
Epsilons are the most recent addition to North Greek. The
TKE Fraternity houe is located at 823 Chautauqua. Serving
as our new housemother is Lisa Green.
In their third year on the OU campus, Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon members are participating in all phases of Greek life
including student government, intramurals and varic
Striking a balance between academics and social li
the TKES have a well rounded social calendar while ma:
taining a high grade point average.
The social calendar begins in the fall with the traf
tional Green Iguana Party, followed by the TKE Hayd
around Halloween and finishing up the fall semester wg
the Christmas Party. The spring calendar is highlighted
the Red Carnation Ball and the Kon-Teke Party.
With the motivations and expectations of the
bers the future looks bright for Tau Kappa Epsilon
214 - TAU KAPPA EPSILON
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Watts Second row Thomas Eugene
Howard Steve Currie Brent Bur
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The Graduate College was first organized in 1909, even though the Uni-
versity offered graduate instruction as early as 1899.
The first master's degree was conferred in Iune of 1900 and the first doc-
tor of philosophy degree in Iune 1929.
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Frank Aber ........
Steve Abernathy .....
Mike Abla ...........
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Mike Acker ..........
Susie Ackerman .....
Woody J. Acton ....
Jesus Acuna ....
John Adair .....
Mark Adams ....
Waribo Adasi .....
Alice Adelman .....
Becky Adelman ....
Donna Adelman ...
Debbie Adkins .......
Victor Agbe-Davies .... ...,
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Mohammed Ahkami .... ....
Jill Ahlman .....,....
Shahid Ahmed ..,..
Tauqir Ahmed .......
Martha Ainsworth ...,
David Aitken ........
Cindy Akard .........
Julie Akard ...,.......
Yadollah Akbari-Asl .... ....
Rick Akln ............
Roberta Akin .......
Femi Aklndele .....,.
Bud Akkaslriskul .....,......
Abdsllatlf Saad AI-Akll .......
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Abolghasem Alavinelad ......
Mom Albaugh ...............
Larry Alberding .....
John Albert . ........
James Albertson .,..
Jim Albertson ......
Gina Albright .......
Carlos F. Alcocer ....
Donna Alcorn .......
Jane Aldridge ....
Ann Alexander .....
Mary Alexander ....
Sara Alexander .....
Michael Alfonso ....
Maurice Alford ....... ....
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Bruce Allen ....
Clay Allen ....
David Allen .....
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Ginger Allen ......
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Lamar Allen ......
Randy Allen ......
Richard Allen .....
Scott Allen .....
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Andy Allison .......
Valerie J. Allison ....
Jim Allsopp ........
Glenn Almack ....
Natalie Almen ....
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Bill Alves ...........
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Ava Anderson ....
Blane Anderson . ..
Chrls Anderson ....
Julie Anderson ....
Karen Anderson . ..
Rick Anderson ....
Keith Anderson ...,
John Anderson ....
Julle Anderson ....
Murlel Anderson .....
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Kathryn Andress ....
Derek Andrews ....
Mark Andrews .....
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Emmanuel Annan ....
Janie Anthony .....
Jeff Anthony ......
Wllllam Anthony. ....
Joe Anzelmo ........
Phil Apple. ........... .
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John Aplln ..........
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Mark Aquaman .........
Motallebi Hossein Araghi ....
Angelo Aragon .......,.
James Archuletta .......
Max Ard .......... .
Barbara Ardls ....
Max Ard ...........
Camille Armor .......
Carmen Armstrong ....
Dee Ann Armstrong ....
Teri Armstrong ......
Carl L. Arn ............
Christopher Arnold ....
Buck Arrington ......
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Asgar Asgharzadeh ....
Beth Ash ............
Gwen Ash .........
Sheryl Asher ....
Ted Ashford ....
Kim Ashley ......
Joyce Ashworth ...
Marty Askins .....
Julie Askew ....
Diana Asner ......
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Deborah R. Atkins .. .
Tommy Atkins .....
David Atkinson ....
Marty Atkinson ......
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Alexander Atukpawu .........
Barbara Aucoin ..,.....
Elizabeth Aucoin ....
Karen Austerman ....
Mark Austlll ......,
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Alison Ayres .....
Alan Babb ........
Bob Bacharach ....
Shawn Badgett ....
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Bill Bailey ........
Kenneth Bailey ....
LaJuan Bailey ....
Susan Bailey .....
Melissa Bake .....
Charice Baker ....
Elizabeth Baker ....
Greg Baker .......
Jaclynn Baker ....
Jeff Baker ......
Jerry Baker ....
Kellye Baker .....
Lesley Baker .....
Michael Baker .....
Sharri Baker .....
Shelley Baker .....
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Tonya Baker .......
Beth Baldrldge ....
Cindy Baldwin .......
Bill Balfour-Grice ....
Jackie Balistreri ...
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Farouk Baniar ...
Paula Banks ....
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Ben Barker .......
Donna Barker ...... ,...
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David Barnes .....
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Gail Barnes ......
Jean Barnes ......
Jerry Barnes .....
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Llsa Barrett ....
Lisa Barrett .,
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Bob Barry .......... .,..
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Don Bates ............ ....
Cindy Baucum ...... ....
Matthew Bauer ..... ,...
Larry Bauman ....
John Baumert . . ..
Nancy Bavinger .... ....
Don Baxter .... . . .
Suzanne Baxter ,... ,...
Robert Beall ......
Kevin Beam ......
Beverly Bearden, . .. ....
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Bonnie Beattie ....... ....
Blaine Beck ......
Don Beck Jr. .... .
Eugene Beck ,....
Sheila Beck ......
Barbara Becker ..... ....
Becky Becker ...... ....
Denise Becker ..... ....
Susie Becker .....
John Beebe ........ ....
Allasghar Behaln ..... ....
Kelkhosrow Behziz .... ....
Brenda Beieler ..... ....
Tori Beindorf .....
Pete Beltsch ...
Jeff Beland .....
Jeff Bell ......
Vickie Bell .....
Peggy Bellan .....
Karen Bellls ........ ....
Brenda Belson ..... ....
Ronald Benear ..... ....
Clayton Bennett .... ....
Harold Bennett ...... ....
David Benninger ..... ....
Mike Benson .....
Michelle Bent ....
Faye Bentson .....
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Michael Bergeson .
Steve Berklacy ..... ....
Carrie Bernardy .... ....
Carolyn Berney ..... ....
Debbie Berney ........ ....
Elizabeth Bernhardt .... ....
Chris Berry .......... ....
David Berry ........ ....
Megan Berry .,...
Nuri Bhleh ...... .
Mike Blcklord ....
Paul Bickhart ....... . . . . ..
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Craig Blgby ......
Kathy Blnkley ....
Hank Bird ........
Ed Blrdshead .....
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Brenda Bishop ....
Jim Bishop .......
Mark Bishop .......
Kristen Bissell .....
Paul Black .........
Raebeen Black ....
Dawn Blackard ....
Brent Blackstock .... ,...
Lowry Blakeburn .... ....
David Blakely ......
Kenny Blakley ....
Tom Blakley ....
Dick Blanck ....
Dian Blankenship. ..
Julie Blankenship ..
Lisa Blankenship . .,
Mark Blankenship ..
David Blanks .......
Becky Blanton ......
Greg Blasi ..........
Gary J. Blassingame .....,...
Matthew P. Blattler .
Jeff Blaylock .......
Lisa Blevens .......
Bradley Blevins .....
Cliff Block ........
Marian Blocker .....
David Bloom ......
Keri Blyth ....
Robin Blyth ....
Ella Boatman .....
Rex Boatright ....
Brian Bobek ....
Lisa Bobek .....
Brad Bobzien .....
Patrice Boden ....
David L. Boeck ..,..
Steven Boettcher. ..
Ruben Bojanl .......
David Boley ...,..
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Steve Brinkley .....
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Vicki Brister .....
Gwen Bristol ....
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Susan Britt .....
Sam Brixey .......
Kary Broadrick .....
Keith Broadwater ....
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Ron Brock ......
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Bernie Brockett ....
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Cindy Brooks .....
Jane Brooks ....
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William Brooks .....
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Skip Brown ...........
Stephanie Brown .....
Susan Brown .......
Trish Brown ..........
Barbara J. Browning ..
Nancy Broyles ........
Jill Brundrett .......
Ann Brusewltz ,...
Dwight Bryan .....
Jill Ann Bryson .....
Pete Brzycki ........
Diana Buchanan ....
Carol Bucher .....
Rowena Buck ....
Steve Buckner ....
Joe Bugg ........
Michelle Buggs .....
Ricky Bugher .........
Louann Buhlinger ....
Jaime Bultrago .....
Joni Bunyard .....
Kathy Burch ....
Mike Burch .....
Gary Burge .......
Lenny Burger ....
Mike Burke .,...
Paul Burkes ....
Julie Burkett .....
Kim Burkitt .........
Brent Burmaster ....
Sam Burnedette ....
Brenda Burnett .....
Kevin Burnett ....
Walt Burnette ....
Alyssa Burns .....
Barbara Burns ....
David Burns ....
Jim Burns ....
Larry Burns ......
Dana Burr ..........
Martha Burrage .....
Cyndi Burris ......
William Burris ..,.
Kristy Burrow ....
Ginny Burt .,.,...
Roger Burton .....
Maggl Burton .....
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Ron Bushong .....
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Dlane Caldwalder ....
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Michael Callahan ....
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Dona Calvert ....
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Mark Camerone ...
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Gayla Campbell ....
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Pam Carter ......
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Susan Cavanaugh ... ....
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Bret Chandler .....
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Elisabeth Chandler ...
Suzanne Chandler ....
Craig Chaney .......
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Rong-Chung Chang ....
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Trish Chapman ......
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Kaye Chase ....,...
Cathy Cheatwood ....,
Caroline C. Cheche ....
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Tim Chen ...,....
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Yun-Teng Chen ....,
Betsy Chenault .....
Harriet Chenault ......
Michael Cherpinsky ....
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Cathy Chiles .....
Cyrena Chiles ....
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David cnmy ....,.
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Annie Chow ...........
Chui Kum Christina Chu ..,,..
Scott Christopher ......
Chung-Tse Chu ........
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Carrie Churchill .......
Daniel Churchman ....
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Greg Clark ....
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Nolan Clay .......
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Dayna Clayton .....
Price Cleaver ......
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Alan Cody ........
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Wayne Collamore. ..
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Scott Conner .......
William Conner .....
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Bruce Cock ....
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Floyd D. Cooper ....
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Michael Cosgrove ..
Bob Costello, .......
Mlke Cotter ......
Carol Couch ....
Cindy Couch .......
Cathy Coulson ......
Julie Coulter ...... .
Thomas Counihan ..
Clark Courtright ....
John Coutret .....
Peggy Cowan ....
Carla Cox ......
Christi Cox .....
Eddie Cox ...,
Jeri Cox ......
Paul A. Cox .....
Randy Cox . . .
Susie Cox ...,
Thomas Cox ....
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Chad Craddock .....
Bill Craig .......
Dale Craig ....
Jim Craig .....
Karen Crane ......
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Carolyn Crawford ..... .....
Jan Crawford .....
John Crawford ....
Mark Crawford ....
Carla Crawley ....
Kim Creech ....
Victoria Creel .....
Cindy Creger .....
Kim Creighton ....
Karen Crepps ....
Nancy Crespo ....
Jeri Crist ,........
Michele Crlvello ....
Connie Cronin ....
Jeff Crook ......
Laurie Crook .....
Mitchell Crook. . ..
Keith Crosby .....
BeLinda Crouch ....
Ralph Crowder .....
Todd Crowl .......
Robert Cruce .....
Cherie Crump ....
Debby Crumrine ....
Carolyn Csorosz ....
Joan Cuccio ......
Roger Cude .,...,
Jeanne Cullinan ....
Chris Cullins .....
Daniel Cully ....
Sharon Culp ....
Kim Culver .....
Tim Culwell ......
Julio Cumana .......
Deveroyle Cumby .....
Blake Cummings .....
Sharon Cummings ....
Jeff Cummins ......
Jim Cundlff .......
Julie Cundith .........
Beth Cunnane .......... ....
Cindy Cunningham ....
Jim Cunningham .....
Paul Cunningham .....
Meg Cuplin .......
Bob Curley .......
Chery Curley .....
Luke Curley ....
Janet Currie ....
Steve Currie ....
Sarah Currln ......
Chuck Curtis .......
Mark T. Cusack .....
Janna Custer .....
Hassan Dabir. . . ..
P. K. Dailey .....
Lori Dale .....
Mark Dale ....
Mervin Dale ....
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Terry Dalton ...........
Tom Daman ................. 207
Gatemeh Damesh-Pateh ..... 218
Anthony Dammicci ...........
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Max Daniel ....... .
Susan Daniel .....
Patricia Daniels .....
Alicia Dare ............
Doublas Darfour .......
Ghasse Darvish-Hassen ...... 218
Anthony Dattomo .....
Chris Davenport ....
Beth Davidson. . ..
Jim Davidson .....
Kent Davidson ....
Phillip Davidson ....
John Davies ......
Raymond Davilla ....
Britt Davis ............
Catherine Jo Davis. . ..
Cindy Davis .....,..
David Davis .......
Dennis Davis ....
Julie Davis .........
Lavonne L. Davis ...
LuAnne Davis ....
Lynn Davis .....
Mike Davis ....
Rob Davis .,......
Sharon Davis .....
Steve Davis ....
Susan Davis ....
Terry Davis ..... .......
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Barbara Day .....
Dana Day .........,
Gregory Day .........
Rhonda Deadwiley ....
B. F. Deal ...........
Brett Dean ........
Jeff Dean .......
Kellie Dean ........
Sherri DeArmon .....
Deon Deason ......
Donna Deason .....
Jana DeBoard .....
Vickie DeBose .......
Byron K. Debruler ....
Dennie Deck ..,......
Tim E. DeClerck ......
Debby DeCordova ....
Jeff DeFehr ,........
Elizabeth Deffner ....
Missy Defend .......
Melissa DeFord ......
Joanna DeGiusti ......
Kathi DeGraifenreid ..
Kristi DeGraifenreid ..
Thomas C. DeJarnette
Donna M. DeKoch
Phillip Delaney ......,
Doris DBLSROSB ..,.
Maria Del Gallego .....
Joanna DeGuisti ....
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Nancye Demerson ....
Patricia Demers ......
Susan K. Dempsey
Mindy Denham .... .
Cindy Denmark ....
Clarke Denney ,...
Joe Dennis ........
Terry Dennison .....
Don Denton ......
Lisa Ann Denton ....
Mickey Denton .....
Roxanne Depe .......
Donna Derryberry ....
Debbie Detamore .....
Benny DeVaney ....
Philip Devanney ....
Kevin Devers .....
Amy Dewbre ....
Tomas Diaz ......
Valerie Dick .....
Terrl Dickarry .....
Sharon Dickey ......
Julie Dlckison .....
Scott Dickman .....
Andrea Dickson ....
Debbie Dickson ....
Beth Dickson ......
Jim Dickson .....
Brice Dille .........
Diann Dillingham ...
Patrick W. Dillon ......
Margaret Dillsaver ....
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John Divelbiss ....
Jeffery Dix ......
Valerie Dix ....
Vanette Dix ......
Debbie Dixon ......
Kimberly Dixon ....
Susan Dixon. ..... ....
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Anita Doakes ........
Pamela Dobbs .....
Chuck Doble ....
Bob Dobson .....
Laurie Dobson .....
David Dockery .....
Barry S, Dodge ....
Doug Dodson ........
Nancy Dodson ........
Terry Donaldson ......
David Donchin .......
Scott Donlevy .....
Blake Donnell .....
Debbie Donnell ....
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Kent Dorfman .......
Salena Dornieden ....
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Karen Dougherty ..
Paul Dougherty ....
Lynda Doughty ..,.
David Douglas ....
Kathy Dowd ....
Mike Dowling ....,
Kathy Downs . . . ..
Audrey Dragg ....
Donna Dragon ....
Mike Drake .....
Ramsey Drake .....
Chad Draper .......
Sharon E. Dries ....
Belinda Drinnon ...
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Temple Drummond ..... ....
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Helen Duchon .,.... ....
Chris Ducklow ...... . ..
Leslie Dudley ........ . ..
Anthony Duenner .,... .....
Robert Duenner ....
Denise Duffy .....
Candace Dugan .... .....
Deanna Dugan ....
Greg Dukes ......
Henry Dumas .....
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Kathleen Duncan .. . ... ..
Tom Dunlap ...,..
Robert Dunn ....
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Tom Dunning ....
Joe Dunsworth . ..
Claire Duque .....
Susan Durbln .....
Bill Durham .....
Chris Durham ....
Darla Duvall .....
Deni Duvall ....
Paul Dwyer ....
Larry Dyer .....
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Don Eades .......
Michael Eakers .....
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Art Earlywlne ....
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Theodorus Ebbink .... . . . . .
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Rose Edmonds . ..
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Michael T. Egan ....
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Nancy Eichllng ...
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Cyndy Ellis .......
Patricia Ellison . . .
Jeff Ellson .....
Mark Elsea .....
Debbie Elslng ....
Carlos Elwell ......
Julle Emanuel .....
Caroline Emerson .
Steve Engel ......
Amy Engle . . .
Patti Ennls .......
Steve Ensley .......
H. M. Enterline .....
Jean Ercolani .....
Juan Esplnosa ,...
Dan V. Ess .......
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Phil Estes ..,........
Venkatesh Eswarahall .......
Michelle Ethridge ....
Nancy Eubanks ......
LaMona Evans ....
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Patty Evans ....
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Ron Forristall ......
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Walter Fox .......
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Debbie Frank .......
William Frank .......
Jim Franklin ........
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Judy Franks ....,...
Marilyn Frans .....
Carol Frantz ......
Leslie Frazier .......
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Joni Freeman ....
Judy Freeman ....
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Shannon Freeman ..
Reg Freemyer ......
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Allan French .. .
Terrl French ....
Ann Frere ......
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Steve Fry .........
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Betty Fugett ....
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Doug Fuller ....
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Falon Fuller ........
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Virginia Sue Fuss ..... . . .
Mike Gaddls ....
Carol Gagnon ....
Bruce Gainey. . . ..
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Doug Galbraith ...
Jill Gale ......,. . . .
Charles Galloway . . .
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Teresa Garrison ....
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Bob Gee ............. ....
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John George .....
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Ginger Gernert .....
Gavin Gerondale ...... ....
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Joan Geurkink ....
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Larry Gibson . ..
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Don Gilbreth .....
Kent Gilliland .....
Tracy Gllllland ...,
Kathy Gilmore . . . .
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Carla Goetzlnger ............
Eleanor Goetzinger ..........
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Bobby Gonce .......
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Jane Anr'rGood ....... ....
Brad Goodman ....... ,...
Dennis Goodnight ... ....
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Scott Gordon .....
Bill Gorman ....
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Sherre Goss ........ ....
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Doug Grage ......
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Eric Graham .....
Sandy Graham ....
Todd Graham .....
Rachel Gramlich .... ....
Mike Grant .......
Robert Grant .....
Cody Graves .....
Kim Gravitt .....
Mark Grawe ....
Dianne Gray ....
Mark Gray ......
Susan Gray ........
Karlen Grayson ....
Chris E. Green .....
D. Robin Green ....
Karla Green ..,...
Lisa Green .....
Lynn Green .....
Sandra Green .. .
Tim Green .....,
Jerry Greer .....
Rick Greer .....
Susie Gregg ....
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Roger Gregston ...
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Julle Griffin ....
Rex Griffin ....,
Jlll Grilling .....
Nancy Griflis .....
Kevin Grllfeth ....
Cindy Grigsby ....
Warren Grigsby .....
Andy Grigutowicz. ..
Charles Grim .......
Marilyn Grimes .....
Nicky Grimshaw ...,
Michael Grissom ...
Scott Grissom ....
Darla Grob .....,...
Hunter Groatman , . .
Leslie Groom .......
Julie Groos ....,....
Randy Grotheer ....
Llsa Groves ....., ...
Suzanne Gulikers. . .
Chlnna Gunda ......
Beverly Gunning ....
Karen Gunter .......
Steve Gust .....
Betsy Guthrie ..,...
Polly L. Guthrie .....
Rick Gutlerez .....
Stacy Gutilla ....
Thai Ha .......
Allen Haag ......
Curt Haddock . ..
Patty Haggard .....
Betty Haines ........
Robyn Halthcock ....
Paris Halali ........
Dirk Halaoul .....
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Jon Hale ..,.....
Robert Hale .....
Steve Hale ......
Gayle Haley .......
Jeffrey B. Haley ....
Barbie L. Hall ......
Charley Hall .....
Cindy Hall .......
Holly Hall ,.......
Kathryn C. Hall ...
Lorrie Hall. ......
John H. Hall ..... .
Saralyn Hall ......
Stephanie Hall ....
Teresa Hall ........
Dave Hallmark .....
Amy Hamilton .....
Kent Hamilton .....
Scott Hamilton ....
Tyler Hamlin ....
Therese Hamm . ..
Cheryl Hammer .....
Janle Hammond ....
John Hammond ....
Mike Hammons .....
Glen Hammonds ....
Lori Hammons ....
Hamed Hamooh ....
Darnell Hampton ...
Robert F. Hamra ....
Scott Hanan ........
Rhonda Hancock ...
Dianne Handley ....
Fletch Handley .....
Tami Haney ....,.
Beth Hanna ....
Martin Hanney ....
S. Hanson ........
Andrea Harbert .....
Steve Hardeman ....
Richard Harden .....
Don Hardlman ....
Paul Harding .....
Elizabeth Hardy ....
Lee Hardy ......
Nancy Hare ......
Angela Hargett ....
Susan Hario ......
Trudy Harless . . . .
Teresa Harman ....
Cheryl Harmon ....
Cyndy Harp .....
James Harp .......
Jay Harper ..... ' ..... ....
Charlotte Harrell ,.... ....
Sherry Harrell ..,..
Phlllp Harriman ,...
Bob Harris ......
Davld Harris ....
Lance Harris .,,.
Lee Ann Harris ....
Linda Harris .....
Lynda Harris ....
Hal Harris .....
Kathy Harris .....
Lavelta Harris . . .
Ron Harris ......
Vlckl Harris ........
Dianne Harrison ..... ....
Nancy Harrison. . ..
Davld Harry ......... ....
Russell Harshaw .... ....
Allen Hart .........
Christy Hart .....
Jeff Hart ,...,...
Laura Beth Hart ....
Nlnette Hart .....
Scott Hart .... . . .
Tre Hartgrove .....
Dale Hartman ....
James Hartman ....
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Davld Hartsfield ..... ..... 2 68
Danny Hassan ....... ..... 2 09
Loretta Hasselbach , . .. .... .268
Le Ann Hatley ....,
Torl Haus .......
Judy Havelka ....
Charles Hawes .. ..
Steven Hawes , ....
Clndy Hawk .....
Rita Hawkins ....
Mlke Hawley ....
Stuart Hawley .....
Charlotte Haxel ....
Cassandra Hayes .... ..... 2 68
Rhonda Hayes .....
Luiuanna Haynes .... ..... 2 68
Michele Hays ......
Mlke Heald ......
Gordon Heard ... ..
Rita Heath .......
Sara Heath ........
Lynell Heatley ....,
Debbie Hebert .,.,.
Steve Heckel ....
Suzanne Heflln .,..
John Hefner ......... ..... 2 27
Jlm Heidebrecht ..... . .... 252
Teresa Heim ......
Ed Helnen .........
Tina Held ................... 252
Mark Heldenbrand .....,..... 252
Kesavalu Hemanthkumar ..... 220
Klm Hembree ...............
Jenny Henderson ........r..
Neal Henderson ....... ....
Ronald P. Henderson ........
DeLynn Hendon ..... ....
Jim Hendrick ,.....
Tom Hendricks ....
Pam Henley .....
Sara Hennig .......
Leslle Hennlgan ..... ....
Vincent Hennlgan . .... ....
Bruce Henrlcl ....... ....
Davld Henry .......
Jim Henry .....
Marcie Henry ....
Melinda Henry. . . ..
Carol Hensey ....
Jay Hensley .....
Kyle Hensley ....
Mary Hensley ...
Bob Henson .......
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Beth Henthorn ....
Rebecca Herbig ...
Carol Herllhy ......
Davld Hermanskl .... ....
Jeff Herman. . . ..
Steve Hermen .....
Fran Hermes ....
Ann Herndon ...... ....,...
Blake Herndon .... .... 1 83,
Davld Herrltt .....
Beth Hess .....
JoAnn Hess .......
Sandra Hewltt .....
Sharon Hewitt ....
Tom Heydman .. .
William G. Hiatt ...,.
Herman Hickman . ..
George Hicks ....
Jlm Hicks .....,..
Mike Hlghflll ........
Beverly Hightower ....
Shayne Hildabrand .....,....
Starlene Hlldabrand ...,.....
Sue Hildebrandt ......
Anetta Hlll ..........
Eric Hlll ........
Jimmie Hill ....
Larry Hill , .....
Tony Hill .......
Tracy E. Hlll ....
Valerie Hill ....
John Hillis .. .,
"Sue Hills ..... .
Nlck Hllton ......
Mlke Hinchey ....
Crystal Hines .....
Davld Hines ....
Debbie Hines .......
Dewayne Hines .....
June Hines ......
Lori Hinson ....
Robin Hlnson ,.... ..
Ted Hinson ..........
Terri Hintergardt ....
Mayuml Hlrata ....
Tom Hlrschauer ....
Jlll Hlrzel .............
Yuko Hlshlnuma ......
Annette Hlxson .....
Al Hoch ..........
Julie Hodge ......
Lisa Hodge .........
Sedrlck Hodgene .....
Joe Hodges ..........
Cathl Hodgklnson ....
Barbara Ellen Hodgson ...... 252
David M. Hodgson ....
Janett Hodgson ......
Craig Hoelting ....
Mark Hogan ......
Mike Hogan ...,......
Anne Hogue, .........
Gary W. Hohenberger.
Henry Holasek ..,....
Joe Holcombe ........
Scott Holding .....
Jan Holdrfdge ......
Scott Hollngren .....
Lynn Holland ....,
Mark Holland .......
Jon Hollandsworth ....
John Hollar ..................
Karl Holllman ............ 163,
Mark Hollingshead ...........
Neal Holllngshead. ......... .
Melissa Hollingsworth .......
Calvin Holloway .............
Harry Holloway .....
Bobby Holly ......
Edith Holmes .....
Steve Holmes ....
Thom Holmes ....
Cindy Holscher .....
Kira Holt .........
Marcy Holt ......
Lynn Holz ......,..
Jlm Holzberleln .....
Jack Homans ......
Barry Homer ....
Andy Hood ......
Cindy Hood ....... . .... . .
Gregory Hook ..... ........
Randy Hooper ..... .... 1 63,
Davld Hoot ......
Ann Hoover .....
Bob Hoover .....
Davld Hoover ....
Thomas Hope .........
Audrey Hopkins ...... . ......
Charles L. Hopkins, III ........
Dan Hopkins ......... , . . ....
Leann Hopkins .... , ..
Paul Hopkins ..........,. 183,
Raymond Hopkins ......
Charlie Hopper ......
Larry Hopper . ,.
Mickey Hopper ...,
Marty Horn ......
Steve Horn ........
Brian Horrocks ....
Lane Horton .....
Mike Hoskln .....
Jeffrey Hoslam ....
Emily Houchen ....
Dana Howard ....
Ed Howard ..... .
Haldor Howard ....
Jan Howard ...........
Jennifer A. Howard ....
Jlm Howard .........
Penny Howard .....
Philip Howard ...............
Ross Howard ................
Thomas Eugene Howard .....
Kemper Howe ...............
Davld Howell ................
Ray Howell ........
Mark Howerton ........
Marsha Howerton ......
Curt Hoy ............
Cynthia Hoyle .....
Hsu-Hsn Hslng ....
C.L. Huang ......
Mike Huber .......
Carrle Huchlnson ....
Steve Huchteman ......
Laurie Huck ......,
Barbara Huckin ....
Cary Huddleston ....
Thad Hudman .....
Pamela Hudson .....
David Huff Jr ....... ......
John Huff ......... ........
Chuck Huffman .... .... 1 63,
Kay Huffman .... ....... 2 52
Toni Huffman ....
Cindy Hufford .....
Gall L. Hughes ....
Kenny Hughes ....
Marcie Hughes ....
Robin Hughes ....,
Vanette Hughes .....
Bob Hughey .......
Maurice Hull ....
Richard Hull ......,
Ronnie L. Hull .....
Saandy Humble .....
Jeannie Hummel ......... , ..
Kimberly Humphrey .........
Mark Humphries ....... .....
Darla Hunsaker ......
Helen Hunt ......
John Hunt ....
Julle Hunt .....
Kirby Hunt ....
Patty Hunt .....
Gary Hunter .....
Jan Hunter ....
Lesa Hunter. . . ..
Phyllis Hurd .....
Greg Hurley .....
Lori Hurley ......
Mike Hurley .......
Peggy J. Hussey ..,.
Kim Hutchins .......,..
Carrie Hutchinson ..... .....
Daryl Hutchinson ....
Thomas Hyland ....
Jlll Hyde ............
La Tasha Hytchye ..... .
Randy Ice ...,
Susan Ice .....
Nanette Icke ..,,
Agbeze lfegwu ....
Khan Zafar lgbal ...
Uche theme .....
Yoshi Ikeda ....
Katy Imel .....
Matt Immel .....
Mark lngmire ....
Jim Ingram .....
Llsa Ingram ....
Susan Inman ...
Mehdi Iran .......
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Frieda lsbell ......
Jan Israel .... , .
Tim Israel ......
Michael Istok .....
Piper Iverson .... ,
Valinda Ives ....
Eric lveater .....
Leesa Jabara .....
Clay Jack ...,..
Tabby Jack .....
Cindy Jackson ....
Jean Jackson ....
Kim Jackson .....
James Jackson ....
Susan Jackson ....
Mary Jacobi ...,..
Julie Jacobs ....
Ted Jacobs ..,..
Morteza Jalari ....
Al James .........
Charlotte James . ..
Cleo James ......
Jana James ....
Lisa James .....
Barbara Janel ....
Edwin Jannusik ....
Shihchen Jao .....
Sandra Jarvis .,...
Scott Javine . . .,
Jodeh Jebril ....
Marj Jednaez ,.....
Leon Jefferson ....
Nancy Jefferson. ..
Teresa Jenkins ....
Terry Jenks ......
Carol Jennings ....
David Jennings ....
WalterJenny, Jr . . .
Reggie Jensen ....
Mark Jernigan ....
Carol Johansen ....
Bernadine Johnson .... .... 2 41
Craig S. Johnson ..
David Johnson ..,,
'Gina Johnson ....
Harvey Johnson . ..
Jim Johnson ......
John M. Johnson ..
Julie Johnson .....
Laura Johnson ....
Lisa Johnson .....
Lynne Johnson .,..
Mike Johnson .....
Nancy Johnson ....
Rick Johnson .....
Russ Johnson ....
Stan Johnson ....
Terry Johnson .,...
Timothy Johnson . .
J. Montgomery Johnston .....
Joe Jondahl .................
Bill Jones ...,....
Janalyn Jones ....
Janet Jones ....
Jeff Jones ....
Judy Jones .....
K.C. Jones .....
Ka Ka Jones ....
Kindy Jones ....
Leslie Jones .....
Linda Jones ....
Michele Jones ....
Patti Jones .....
Paula Jones ....
Serene Jones ....
Stacy Jones ....
Tim JOTISS .......... ...
Tim Jones ....
Brini Jordan .......... ...
Charlotte Jordan .... ...
Jeff Jordan .......
Oceola Jordan .,,.,
Rodney Jordan ....
Jesse Joseph .....
Gene Jost .....,...
John Joyce .........
Timothy D. Joyce . ..
Sheryl Judkins ....
Greg Julian ..,...
Murphy Junaid ....
Jeff Kabelilz ........
Christine Kalesnik ..
Kim Kalesnik .......
Kelly Kallster .....
Eugene Kalu .....
Lexi Kamas ........
Robin Kana .........
Randy Kane ......
Raymond Kane .....
lraj Karimi ........
Majid Karimi ....
Blalr Karner ....
Greg Karnes .....
Karen Kautz ........
Jeanne Kazerouni ..
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David Kearney ....
Richard G. Keck ....
Tim Keele ..........
Debbie Keener ....,
Jim Keesee ......
John Keeth .....
Julia Keeton ....
Stan Kellh ..........
Kim Kell ............
John Keller .........
Klaire Keller ......,.
Trish Kelley ....
Bob Kelly ....
Kevin Kelly .....
Richard Kelm .....
Betty Kelsoe .....
Patricia Kelsoe .....
Patricia Kelsten ....
Leslie Kelton .....
Arlene Kemp .....
Karen Kemp ....
Liz Kemp .....
Sarah Kemp ....
Susan Kemp .......
Tom Kemp .........
Davld Kennedy .....
Jane Kennedy ......
Mark W. Kennelley..
Sheri D. Kenney ....
Geoffrey Kent ......
Kevin Kenworthy ...
Dale L. Kerr ........
David Kerr ........
Debbie Kerr ....
Dick Kerr ......
Kavar Kerr ..,...
Vicki Kerr ........
Kathy Ketchum .....
Larry Keys .........
Kazem Khabir ......
lssam Khalrallah ....
Hamid Khalafi ...,..
Mary Ann Khoury...
Andrea Kidd ..,.....
Kraig Kidd .......
Larth Kienzle ......
Ransom Kilgore ....
Mark Killian .......
Carol Killlns .....
Chun Kim .. .,..
Jae H. Kim .........
Charles Kimmel ....
Tim Kincaid .......
Bill King ......,
Davld King .....
Ronnie King ....
Sondra King ....
Vic King ...,......
Brian Kinney ...,,
Frank Kinney ......
Gretchen Kinney .... ....
Cathleen Kinzer . ..
Doug Kinzie ,.....
Liz Kiper .......
Keith Kipp ....
Lisa Kipp .....
Sam Kirby .............
Mary C. Kirk .....
Mary Lynn Kirkwood .........
Brooks Kirlin ........., ....
Eric N. Kirtley ....... .,,,
Klista Kisner ........ ....
Madonna Kissinger ..........
Tim Klabzuba ....,..
Ron Klahr ,..,.....,
Norman Klein .,..
Terri Klein ......
Debbi Kline .....,,.
Paul Kluver .......... ....
Laura Lee Knecht,...
Karen Knight .......
Pat Knight .....,,.
Robert Knight ....
Scott Knowles ....
Patricia Knox .....
Myrla Koch .......
Osamu Kodama ....
Patty Koenig .....
Paula Koenig ....,..
Melody Kombo ...,.
Tommy Koons ....
Kim Koontz .....
Kris Koontz ......
Glenn Koopman ...,
Mary Koos ......,
John Kopplin .....
Leonard Kosta ....
Steve Kouash ....
Debbie Kouri .....
Tami Kouri .....,.
Louise Kowitz ....
Jason Knoll ....
Kevin Krahl ...,.
Konnie Krahn ....
Greg Krall .....,
Kim Kramer ....
Matt Kramer ,...
Casey Krebs .....
Mark J. Kreidler ....
Donna Kruliac ......
Karen Kubala .....
Sherrill Kuekes. . . ..
Padmaia Kulkarni . ..
Ann Kumler ........
Barbara Kumler .....
Edward Kurtz ..,,.
Mike Kusch ...,..
David Kutschall ..,..
Tim Kuykendall .....
Bill Kyle .,........
Jon Laasch .....
Kltty La Bay ......
Mellssa LaBoon ....
Marl Lacey .........
Paul La Chance ,....
Mlke Lackey ......
Darryl Ladd .......
Lynn LaFevers ....
Tonl Lain .........
Evelyn Laird ....
Keith Lakey ....
Garrett Lalll ....
Pattye Lamb ....
Llsa Lambdln .....
Patty Lambe .......
Leslle Lambert ....
Margy Lambert. ..... ..... .
Vlrglnla Lambert ..... ....
Carol Kay Lambeth ....
Becky Lampton ....
Patrlcla Lamson . ..
Tom Lamson ....
Jlll Lancaster ....
Stephen Land . . .
Dianne Lane ....
Richard Lana ,,.....
Jenny Landers .....
Pam Landers .......
Lezlle Langford .....
Blll Lanoue .......
Bryant LaPorte .....
Robert Larensen ...
Lloyd Larkin ........
Vlrglnla Larkin ....
Gloria Larson .....
David Larue ....
Pam Lassek ........
Meldle Lategola ....
Boudjemaa Latreche .........
Lee Lattimore ......
Hon-Fung Lau ......
James Laughlln ....
Jo Laughlin ........
Marcus Laughlin ....
Janell Law .........
Nadine Lawmaster. ,
George Lazarls .....
Jimmy Lazenby .....
Patty Leach ......
Clndy Leake ....
Tim Leasure ....
Gail Leavitt .......
Danny Lee .......
Duke Lee ..........
Forrest A. Lee ......
Mary Katherine Lee.
Max Lee ,.... ..... .
Robert Lee . . . ,.
Rhonda Lee ......
Shane-Bob Lee .....
Shannon Lee .....
Tung-Ming Lee .....
Jesse Leeds ...
Leslle Leeds ...
Blll Leeper ....,
Laura Leeper .....
Mlke Letlore ......
Eric Legge .........
Kristy Legler .......
Cralg Lelbendorier .
Warren Leighton ....
Jeell Leitheerd .....
Mike LeMaster .....
Steven M. LeMaster
Lorna M. Lemon ....
Rod Leonard ..,,,
Danny LeRoy .......
Larry Lessmann ....
Kathy Leterle .....
Dan Levln ......
Beckle Levine ......
Mary Levy ..........
Richard Lewellen . ..
Bobby Lewls .......
Darlene M. Lewis . ..
David Lewis ........
Gary J. Lewls .....
J. Paul Lewls .....
John Lewis .....
Steven Lewis .....
Thaddeus Lewls ....
Joel Ll ...........
Kung-Chen Ll ....
Blll Liddell .....
Tami Liddell ......
Gretchen Lieblg ....
Todd Liebl .......
Edward Lien ........
Alison Lightfoot ....
Debbie Ligon ,....
Kevln Lilly .... .
Steve Lilly ......
Thuang Llm ....
Jim Limber .......
Johnny Limber .....
Catherine Lin. . . ..
Sharon Llnde .......
Doug Lindeman ....
D. Mark Lindsey ....
John Lineback ..,...
Tamara Llngle ......
Mike Linscolt .......... ....
Nancy Lippincott .... ....
John Llppman ....,
Sharon Llszeo ....
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Eric Lltaker .....
John Little .....
Kitlye Little .....
Michael Little .....
Sandra Little ...
Susan Little ........
Brent Littlepage ....
Camille Litton .,..
David Litton ......
Di-Hwa Liu .........
Marlene Livandais ... ....
Anne Livingston ....
Bryce Logan .....
Keith Logan ......
Leonard Logan .....
Linda Logan ......
Scott Logan ....
Steve Logan ....
Chip Long .,..
Devale Long ....
David Long .....
Jan Long .......
Lezlle Long ....
Paul Long ,.........
Martha Long, ......... ....
Danny Longanacre ..... ....
Eric Loper ............ ....
Joy Lorance. ..... ..
Anne Lorentz ......... ....
Lianne Lorenzino ..... ....
Bob Loudenberg .....
Andrew Louls ......
David Lovelace .....
Janice Lovell .....
Mary Lovell .....
Greg Lows .....
Sarah Lowrey ....
Kelly Loy .......
Kim Loy ........
Cindy Loya ,....
Dan Lucas ..........
Karen Lucivansky ..... ....
Rick Lucy ..........
Beth Lukert ......
Lucia Lukken .......
Debbie Lundberg ..... ....
Blll Lunn ..........,
Martha Lunsford ...... ....
Paul A. Lunsford Jr .... ....
Stuart Lusk ...... ..... ....
Lynn Luthey ........
Cralg Lyerly ....
Lisa Lyle ...,.
Kathy Lynn .....
Leslie Lynn ....
Shannon Lynn ....
Terry Lynne ....
Linda Lyons ....
Fiona Macaulay .....
Douglas Mach ....
Jose Machado ....
Kathy Machel. . . ..
Paula Machel. .... ..
Michelle Maclas ....
John MacManamy .... ..,..
Nancy Maddox .....
Steve Magness .....
Melissa Maguire ....
Shari Mahan ....
Fritz Maher .....
Mike Maher ......
Walid Maher ........
Mary Beth Mahon ..... ....
Bob Major ..........
Gary Makananl ...
John Makar . .,... ..
Joy Maleschusky ..... ....
Mlke Malherbe ....... ....
Bobby Mallsh .....
Helen Mallon .....
Jean Malone .....
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Lindsey L. Malone .... ....
Robert H. Malone ..... ....
Mike Maloney ......,. ....
Amlr Mamaghanl ...... ....
Hossain Mamaghanl . .. ....
Jimmy Man ........... . . . .
Zahra Manafl ....
Kerry Manahan . ..
Melissa Manar .....
Lisa Manley .......
Steve Manly ......
Richard C. Mann ....
Shaun Mann ......
Karen Mansour .....
Nasser Mansourl ...
John Mantooth ....
Hettle Mar ,........
Hazem Maragah ....
Phil Marcha .......
Luis Marin .....,....
Deborah Marino .,..
All Markazi ........
Kelly Marks .......
Kim Alyce Marks ....
Jennifer Marlar ....
Susan Marlar ......
Lisa Marley ........ .
Cindy Marquardt ....
Cathy Marquis ....,
Ann Marriott .....
Greg Marriott ....
Kim Marsh ......
Leslie Marsh .....,
Jackie Marshall .....
Jan Marshall ......
Michael Marshall ........ 163,
Steve Marshall .....
Mary Ann Martell ...
Arneva Martin .....
Barbara Martin ....
Bernie Martin ....
Bruce Martin ....
Curtis Martin ....
Frank Martin .....
Janice Martin ....
Jill Martin .....
Jefl Martin ....
Lee Martin ......
Pam Martin ........
Sondra Martin .....
Teresa Martin .....
Valerle Martin ......
Sharon Martindale .... .....
Edwin Martinez ....... .....
Jeanneth Martinez .... .....
Alan Martinkewiz . ..
Laura Mason ......
Patrlcla Mason ....
Greg Massa .....
Jay Massa .......
Jett Massad .....
Mike Massad ....
Sally Massad .....
Cecile Massaro .....
Kirk Massey ........
Pam Massey ......... ,....
Craig Mastapeter ...,. .....
George Masterman ..........
lsabell Masters ....... ...,.
Annalisa Matetich .... .....
Jlm Matkln ........... .....
Kim Matlock .................
Elizabeth Matthews .... . .....
Brenda Mauldln ...... .....
Diane Maurer ...... .
Truman Maute ....
David Maxwell .... ..... 1 63,
Mlke Maxwell ....,..
Marisa Maxwell .....
Mlke Maxwell .....
Tom Maxwell ,....
Brent May ..........
Suzanne Mayes ....
Gary Maylleld ....
Sue Mayfield ...,.
William Mayhall .....
Sandra Maysey .....
Vladislaz Mazur .....
Anokkluru Mbagwu .
Connle McBee .....
Bill McDonIel .......
Kelly McFall ........
Debra McGowan ....
Mary Ann McLemore ......... 163
Shelley McNaught ..
Scott McWilliams ...
Marcia Mead .,.....
Dan Meador ......
Laura Means .....
Paul Mechler .....
Kevin Meehan ....
Fred Meek .....
Kristi Meeker .....
Kevin Meehan. .,.... .
Bobbie Mehrlng .....
Don Meliza ..........
Bobby Melton .......
Julie Melton ....
Brenda Menz .....
William Menzie ....,.
Robert Mercer .......
Tod Mercer ..........
Thomas Meredith .....
Betsy Merrill ...... ...
Davld Merritt .....
Michael Merritt . ..
Selnoia Metltirl ....
Craig Metry .....
Mike Metz .....
Pat Metz ......
Greg Metzer .... ..
Ron Metzger .......
James E. Meyer ....
Julie Meyer ......
Rick Meyer .........
Mike Machaelson .....
Ann Michael .... . .
Julie Michael .......
Michele Michael ......
Stephanie Michael ....
Steve Middleton ....
Dana B. Miles ....
Karen Miles .....
Davld Mlley ......
John Miley ....
Blant Miller ......
Brad Miller ....
Carol Miller .....
Cheryl Mlller .....
Deanna Miller ....
Donna Miller ....
Jana Miller ....
John Miller ....
Kirk Miller .........
Kim Miller ..........
Mary-Keith Miller . ..
Melanie Mlller .....
Paul Miller ......
Ric Miller ......
Rich Miller ........
Richard Miller .....
Rockette Miller ....
Sam Miller ......
Steve Miller .....
Susan Miller ........
Venaria Miller ........
Bobby Millhollon Jr ...
Melinda Milligan ......
Scott Millington .....
Leslie Million ...... .
Carrie Mills ......
Roy Dee Mills .....
Beverly Mllton ,.....
Sharon Mlnchew ....
Marta Mings .......
Sheila Minner .....
Jeanne Mlnnett .....
Karen Minor ..........
Stephanie Mischke ...
Tim Miskel ...........
Carla Mitchell ..... .
Dan Mitchell .....
David Mitchell .....
Dorea Mitchell .....
Gail Mitchell .........
Jaml S. Mitchell .....
Rick Mitchell ......
Kalyan Mitra .....
Melissa Mock .....
Debra Moeblus ......
Reza Mohammed ....
James Mommey .....
Marty Monahan ....
James Monday ....
Bob Monnet ........
C. Diane Monnet ......
Carolyn M. Monnet
Ed Monnet ...........
John Monnet ...... .
Robert Monnet ....
Debra Monroe .......
Bob Montgomery ....
Jan Montgomery .....
K.C. Montgomery .....
Mary Ann Montgomery
Nova Montgomery ....
Sally Montgomery ....
Scott Montgomery ....
Stephen D. Montgomery
Davld Moody ....
Jon Mooneyham .... .....
Anna Moore .......
Bllly Moore ........
Dale Moore ........
Henry Moore ....
Howard Moore ....
Jack Moore .....
Jana Moore ,....
Jlm Moore ....
Ken Moore ..,...
Leeza Moore ....
Mary Moore .....
Monty Moore ....
Rhonda Moore ...
Sam Moore ......
Shelly Moore ....
Steven Moore ....
Tammy Moore .....
Anthony Morales ..
Jlll Moreland ......
Meuris Moreno ....
Raul Moreno .....
Brent Morgan .....
Charlie Morgan .,..
John Morgan .....
Randy Morgan ....
L.J. Morley .......
Sarah Morley .....
Tim Moroney ...,.
Brenda Morris ....
Carol Morris ......
Chuck Morris ...,.
Jay Morris .,....
Lyn Morrls .......
Patricia Morris ....
Steve Morris .....
Mark Morrisett .....
Jennifer Morrison .
Kendall R. Morrison .......,.. 255
Becky Morse ......
Pat Morse .........
Donna Mosher ..,.
Tim Mosler .....
Carolyn Moss ....
Pete Moss .......
Tami Moss ........
Frittsy Mosshart . ..
Mittsy Mosshart ...
Kathryn Mossom ..
Mike Mott- .........
Robert Mott .......
Harry Motter . ..
Mary Motter ......
Joseph Mowles ..,.
Karen Mozer .....
Marty Mueller ....
Vicl Lee Mueller...
Kelly Mulhollan ....
Art Mulholland .....
Kathy Mullen ......
Kevin Mulvenna ...
Eugene V. Mundlng
Rick Mundt ........
Leslie Munkeboe ..
Ken Murchison ....
Paul Murchison ....
Lisa Murdock .....
Betsy Murley .....
Brent Murphy ....
Dale Murphy .....
Kevin Murphy ...,
Mike C. Murphy ....
Mike Murray ......
Rick Murrell ....
Betsy Murty . ..... .
Jay Muscovalley ,... ..... 1 63,
Alan Muse .......
Bob Myers .......
Emily M. Myers ..... .....
Gayla Myers .......
H. Keith Myers ....
Jamie Myers ....
Kelly Myers .......
Mary Ellen Myers...
Richard Myers .....
Tammy Myers .....
Terye Myers .......
Melody Myrick .....
Jimmie McAdams ....
Cyndy McAdoo ....
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Glen Vernon ........ .... 1 75
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