University of Southern Mississippi - Southerner Yearbook (Hattiesburg, MS)
- Class of 1982
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As students, we are only at USM for a short
while, yet those who make up the structure of
the university work on a long range schedule.
As a state supported school, USM is responsi-
ble to the State of Mississippi first of all. Next
in the heirarchy come the administration
where most important decisions concerning
the University are made. Then there are the
various colleges that go into making up a
university, each, headed By a dean. Each col-
'ilege has many depagtments with a depart-
ment chairman and staff. The staff is com-
prised of -the professor who is ideally the most
important part'-of thewteaching process and is
thus part of one Qltjhe University.
Another uctu e student
organizationss ' he A S AC, or the
greek andservice? 9 nizat r fsz These func-
tion as an integralipatt of the workings ofthe
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The use of the mind is what going to school
and studying is all about-the process of
learning what will be beneficial toward a ca-
reer in the "real world." This acquiring
knowledge or receiving an education is the
purpose of the University of Southern Missis-
sippi and there is much to stimulate the mind
here-lectures by famous individuals on cur-
rent issues, organizations whether political,
religious, social or service, but most especial-
ly the majors that are offered themselves.
Each major proposes to shape the students'
mind in its way of thinkingg to make the major
a part of the student.
Freud's Id, ego and superego each receive
satisfaction at USM. To the Id. or animal in-
stinct, USM offers social opportunities in
many different forms such as Greek organiza-
tions, dorm swaps and student body events.
The Hattiesburg community also has much to
offer the Id with many nightspots. The super-
ego is also offered much at USM with many
religious organizations on campus such as the
Baptist Student Union, the Newman Club.
the Wesley Foundation and Campus Crusade
for Christ to name a few. The ego. or media-
tor or balancer between the fun loving side
and the strictly conservative side. is offered
choices as to which the student could be do-
ing-studying in the library, going to class. or
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There are many examples of color at USMg
the most obvious being the seasons of the
year. The fall is characterized by the changes
of the trees from green to beautiful bright
oranges, yellows, rusts, and browns. The
spring is another time of change, except this
time the earth awakens out of the deep sleep
of winter and renews itself. The most brilliant
colors imaginable lighten up the campus and
give the sunny touch to everyone's spirits.
Another example of color is evident at sport-
ing events. For instance, the USM victory
over MSU in Jackson in November '81g the
entire USM section of the stadium was a
black and gold mass of screaming fans-the
color of support and school pride. The color-
ful personalities found at USM would be yet
another example of color. Whether it be stu-
dents, faculty, or even administration. any-
thing out of the ordinary colors the campus.
In using color to describe the mood of USM.
nothing dull could do, only the most attrac-
tive and brilliant would be true.
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There are many ways and means used by
students to attend USM. Some of these in-
clude help from parents, grants, loans, schol-
arships, work study, and off campus jobs.
Some ways and means of getting about the
campus and city of Hattiesburg include not
only our feet, but bicycles, unicycles. and
busses and automobiles Csometimes with
some difficulty finding a parking spacel.
There are various ways and means of study-
ing, learning and making the grades. Many
study alone or in groups in the library or at
home in the dorm or apartment. Each uses
his own formula for the burden faced by all.
However, here we have our own way of doing
things . . . it's called SOUTHERN STYLE!
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A university is the center of not only the most
up to date thinking of the time, but also the
trends of the time. So USM is where it's hap-
pening in fads and fashion. The Cowboy fad
is still around just like the preppie. People
wear their jeans and boots and western shirts
and hats and also their button downs and
penny loafers with kahki pants. One of the
latest fads to emerge on campus is the punk
look, characterized by odd clothes and Rod
Stewart hair cuts. The forever fashionable
Levis, Izods, and Nike tennis shoes are being
joined by the Polo. The trend is toward
shorter dresses, knickers, and Bermuda
Actually USM doesnt have a reputation for
fashion, but has a mixture of many styles and
a "do your own thing" attitude backing up
the acceptance of each person as an intiititis
ual with individual differences.
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When the work "support" is mentioned on
campus the first thought would be of the sup-
port that the student body, faculty, adminis-
tration, community, and state give to USM.
Football fans found it easy to support the
nationally ranked Golden Eagles all the way
to Florida and the Tangerine Bowl. Two Bits
was USM's own symbol of support for our
team whether they won or lost. Other kinds
of support materialized from campus securi-
ty and the escort service offered as a form of
protection on campus after dark. The coun-
seling service offered support to those seek-
ing to find their place in this "land of opportu-
nity." USM is supported by community
businesses and churches, many catering to
the needs of students. Most retail businesses
displayed Eagle Fever posters and helped to
publicize the university in other ways. lt was
a beneficial cycle of the community support-
ing USM and USM supporting the communi-
Another very important area of support was
the instruction by the professors and staff of
the university working with students towards
the goal of understanding. The underlying
root to the whole complex mesh of support at
the University of Southern Mississippi,
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The University Forum is a special series of lectures and programs on
the widest possible range of topics featuring guest of national or
international importance. The Forum is open without charge to all
students faculty and townspeople and meets during the fall and
spring semesters in Bennett Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. The University
Honors College sponsors and administers the Forum.
October 13 1981
The Moral Majorlty
Cal Thomas IS Vice President and nat1onal spokesman for Moral
Maiority the political organization headed by Dr Jerry Falwell Mor
al Majority was credited by pollster Lou I-Iarrls and others with
making the difference ln electing conservative candidates in the 1980
elections Cal Thomas writes and broadcasts together with Dr Fal
well a daily radio commentary for Moral Majority which is aired
nationally on over 300 radio stations Another View From Washing
tor on which professional correspondents analyze maior events and
issues from a moral and splritual perspective
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20 EventsfHonors Forum
October 30, 1981
G. Gordon Liddy
"The Watergate Affairf'
Convicted Watergate conspiritor G. Gordon Liddy told a packed
audience at Bennett Auditorium that Americans have been living a
life of illusions and that decisions based on those illusions are hurting
them. The world operates under social Darwinism-"The big fish
have always eaten the little fish," Liddy said, and tithe realities are
there which the illusions can never mask.
Calling his address a continuation of the debate on the question on
why so much is going wrong with the country, Liddy said the vast
majority of Americans differ from the people of Europe, Africa, and
Asia in that they "live lives of illusion."
"Either we are unable to apprehend reality, or if we can, we tend to
turn away from, shun, the harsher aspects of it. The idea being l
suppose, if you don't look at it, pretend it isn't there, somehow or
other it will go away."
Americans have confused the world as it really is with the world the
way they wish or pray it were, Liddy said. They have tried to create a
"risk-free society"-through the regulation of foodstuffs, for exam-
ple-which is impossible. And students are given a "Holiday lnn
version of history" which is "sanitized for your protection," he said.
A vital result of American's lives of illusion is the decline in the
nation's intelligence activities, Liddy said, asserting that the decline is
the result of illusions about the natures of man, the world, spying and
the free press and that is has weakened the nation, in one instance by
leading to this country's shutoff by other nations from participation in
"The world happens to be a very bad neighborhood at about two
thirty in the morning," Liddy said. And the United States is increas-
ingly perceived as a "little old lady with a fat pocketbookn in the
neighborhood rather than as an "offensive tackle for the Green Bay
Packers" carrying a "baseball bat.' '...' 'and a Thompson subma'
If no covert intelligence branch of government exists, Liddy said, the
nation has only two alternatives: to do nothing or to go to war.
Intelligence provides a third option.
The Central Intelligence Agency has been "gutted" he said. and
despite the Reagan administration's expressed interest in revitalizing
it, change "cannot come immediately."
Living illusions and making decisions on them can be remedied if we
"call things what they are, Liddy suggested, such an approach gives
"precision in thought" and a foundation for proceeding further.
Of Watergate, Liddy said that the break-ins into the Democratic
National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex-uns
like that investigation of Daniel Ellsberg and the burglary of his
psychiatrist's office, which constituted a "legitimate national security
operation within the power of the president to authorize"-had noth-
ing to do with national security, but were "purely political intelligence
gathering operation, the same kind of thing that goes on every four
years. . . when the presidency of the United States is contested for in
Events Honors Forum 21
October 27, 1981
"Reagan and the Economyl'
William Rusher has been described as "one of America's finest public
speakers and deadliest debatersf' He is perhaps most familiar nation-
ally as one of the two regular "Advocates,' on the Emmy award
winning PBS television program of the name. He is also seen fre-
quently on "Face Off," the mini debates on ABC Television's Good
Morning America program. Rusher also writes a nationally syndicat-
ed newspaper column," the Conservative Advocate," that appears
three times weekly in papers from coast to coast, and for two decades
he has served as publisher of William F. Buckley's NATIONAL RE-
VIEW, Americals leading journal of conservative opinion.
November 3, 1981
"Reagan and the Economy"
Frank Cappiello is probably best known as a penelist on WALL
STREET WEEK, the popular PBS television series on finance. He is
also a contributing columnist to the CHICAGO TRIBUNE and the
BALTIMORE SUN. Frank Cappiello lectures at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity and is vice president of Monumental Corporation, an insur-
ance holding company, and president of one of it affiliates, Monumen-
tal Capital Management, Inc. He is, in addition, one of the three
members of the Advisory Investment Committee of the 51.7 billion
Maryland State Retirement Systems Fund.
22 EventsfHonors Fourm
November 10, 1981
"The Quest For Excellence"
Max Cleland was Administrator of the Veterans Administration from
1977 to 1981. Nine years before being appointed to head the Veter-
ans Administration he was in Vietnam where an exploding grenade
cost him both legs and an arm. After 18 months of rehabilitation. he
entered politics in Georgia and became the youngest member of the
Georgia State Senate where he served two terms from 1970 to 1974.
In 1975 he joined the U.S. Senate Veterans Affairs Committee staff
to work on health care issues. He is the author of the recently pub-
lished autobiography, STRONG AT THE BROKEN PLACES.
November 17, 1981
"Can Reagan Make Women Disappear?"
Sarah Weddington received her Juris Doctorate at age 21. At 26. she
argued and won a landmark case before the U.S. Supreme Court.
She was elected to the Texas State Legislature and served three
terms during which she was rated on of the state's 10 best legislators.
In 1977 she became General Counsel to the US. Department of
Agriculture, and in 1978 she became a Special Assistant to President
Jimmy Carter. In 1979, she was promoted to the senior White House
staff as Assistant to the President. She was responsible for political
liaison and women's issues.
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Halloween in Hattiesburg wouldn't have been the same without the USM
students and faculty alike celebrating October 31 as if it were a major holiday,
Campus masquerade parties and swaps, the UAC horror movie presentation of
"Halloween,', a Halloween carnival in the Union with a kissing booth, fortune
telling, sponge throws, face painting and a spook house, and a special Halloween
pep rally prepared students for the bewitching weekend.
Saturday, October 31 held many options for students. Area party places held
costume contests, the Hattiesburg Jaycees and WHSY radio sponsored a haunted
house, and movie theaters showed midnight thrillers like "Halloween ll."
Southern students, with their costumes and parties and a Golden Eagle football
shut-out over North Texas State rounded out the holiday, and gave Hattiesburg a
Halloween they wouldn't forget.
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Hattiesburg on October 2-3 for the 1981-82
Homecoming proceedings under the theme
'LUSM Strikes Gold-The Rush Is On!", the
various organizations on campus began cre-
ating displays to coincide with that slogan.
Excitement mounted throughout the week as
those on campus readied themselves for the
game Saturday night against Texas-Arling-
ton and the festivities that would accompany
lt was Thursday of Homecoming week that
work began in earnest on the displays that
speckled the campus. Dormitory bathrooms
may have run dangerously low on toilet pa-
per as the artisans of refuse molded the array
of paper, glue and spray paint into marvels of
Friday night proved to be the test of endur-
ance for many of the crepe paper composers
as they stuffed, glued and painted through-
out the evening and into the morning. Traffic
grew heavier on the avenue of the campus
Saturday morning as cars snaked their way
across campus giving the passengers a
glimpse at the display mastery Southerners
have honed to a fine edge.
Those capturing recognition during the pre-
game Homecoming festivities Saturday for
excellence in displays included: Sigma Alpha
Epsilon as overall winner. For Beauty were
Pulley Hall, Mississippi Hall, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Chi Sigma, Kappa Delta, Del-
ta Gamma, Botegha, and Air Force ROTC.
For theme: Hillcrest, Pulley Hall, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, Sigma Chi Sigma, Delta Gam-
ma, Kappa Delta, Botegha, and Air Force
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"They're Playing Our Song" provided the
theme for the pageant and crowning of Miss
Southern 1982, Cheryl Gibbon. Cheryl, a 21
year old from Newton Mississippi competed
with 15 other USM coeds for the title in the
Associated Student Body sponsored pageant.
Sherry Elkins, winner of the swimsuit competi-
tion was first runner up, Sharon Lumpkin, third
runner up, Jaqueline Whatley, talent winner,
was fourth runner up. Brenda Williams was
named Miss Congeniality, and Leigh Ann Camp-
bell won the Directors Award. Contestants were
judged in talent, evening gown, and swimsuit
competitions as well as judges interviews.
The pageant, which is a preliminary for the Miss
American contest, was hosted by the Delta
Gammas. Mary Porter, a local television person-
ality, served as Mistress of Ceremonies. Jeff
Bell, a Speech Communications major from
Gulfport, served as executive director. The Miss
Southern Pageant Dancers, the USM Jazz Band,
and Mary Ellen Franzen, Miss Southern 1981,
all provided entertainment during the pageant.
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Since Coach Bobby Collins has come to USM,
the Golden Eagles have made steady pro-
gress towards a consistently winning football
team. In an interview with Coach Collins on
November 18, 1981 directly following the
USM slaughter of nationally ranked Florida
State I58-14l and immediately proceeding
the crushing defeat of the Eagles 1981 sea-
son at the hands of Louisville, Collins dis-
cussed the Eagles' seasons on the gridiron-
past, present, and future.
SOUTHERNER: The first thing we have to
ask is how 'bout them Eagles?
COACH COLLINS: How 'bout them Eagles?
Well, I think that as far as the football team is
concerned, we're just so happy and proud for
them because they've worked hard and de-
serve the recognition they're receiving. I
think we can turn right around and say that
we're happy and proud of our supportive
students as well. Averaging a year ago,
7,000 students attended each game-that's
7070 of our students seeing us play and I think
that's most important.
SOUTHERNER: The Eagles have really giv-
en the students something to see lately, too
COACH COLLINS: Well, I think that's im-
portant. And we said that we've promised
that we could build a team that would be
exciting and a team that would earn the sup-
port and the backing of our students and our
people. I think that the football team has
certainly done that. But I don't think that
they could've done it alone.
SOUTHERNER: l know coaching has to enter
in there, too. If I were in your shoes right now,
I'd be a pretty happy man.
COACH COLLINS: I am. But again I can see
by Judy Day
so many people that have played such an
important part in it and l'd mention
them-the football players, number one, the
support of the students, administration, fac-
ulty and staff.
SOUTHERNER: Well, how does it feel? Na-
tional ranking and the tremendous record
you have so far this year. It must be an im-
pressive thing for you.
COACH COLLINS: I think it is. The thing
that makes us feel so good about the whole
situation is the fact that we've had to strug-
gle. It started with a situation in 1975-we
didn't have a stadium. We had to play all
eleven football games on the road. Then, to
build a tremendous on campus facility and
play nationally ranked teams such as Missis-
sippi, Florida State and Alabama, hold our
own, and then be recognized by people
throughout the country in the polls gives a
I go back and give an awful lot of creidt to the
football players because they put an awful lot
of work into this, they're a very dedicated
group of young men.
SOUTHERNER: I know when you came here
in 1975 you set up goals for yourself. Do you
think this year's team is indicative to the
kinds of teams you've wanted to have?
COACH COLLINS: Basically we want a
team that is constant-that you'll be reading
about them in the top 20, that on a consistent
basis you'll see us appear on regional televi-
sion and on a consistant bases you'll see us
having enough wins at the end of the year
that the bowl people will be looking. That has
to be our goals. Of course our ultimate goal
has always been to win them all and I guess
and in the same token to be ranked number
one in the nation.
I think the thing that some people don't real-
ize is that here at Southern we qualify to be
national champs, we can be national champs.
We can have a Heisman Trophy winner-we
can do anything that we want to do because
we do qualify. So, we set these goals and we
work hard to attain them.
SOUTHERNER: You mentioned a minute
ago that USM can have a Heisman winner-
how do you go about coaching and training a
talent like Reggie Collier?
COACH COLLINS: Well, the training and
the coaching is the easiest part-I think the
hard part is getting him on campus. I'm not
saying the hard part is getting Reggie Collier
on campus, but getting a talent such as Reg-
gie because there is no doubt that he's a
super young man-an outstanding football
player, tremendous leader-usually that
goes on in a recruiting war. We're very fortu-
nate to have Reggie here and I think that now
he's more or less proved himself. I think an
all-out campaign can really put him in the
Heisman race next year. There's no doubt in
my mind that he's deserving-I think it is a
challenge for all of us to promote him. Again,
we've got to give him a good record as far as
our wins to give him that opportunity.
SOUTHERNER: Do you think now that we're
nationally ranked we stand a better chance of
having less trouble recruiting talent like his?
COACH COLLINS: I think it certainly at-
tracts the talents throughout the state and
the surrounding areas when they can recog-
nize you and your university when you go into
their homes. They've heard of players such
as Reggie Collier, Sammy Winder, Gerald
Baylus, George Tillman-then it's easier to
go in and sit down in the living room and talk
to these young men about your university. I
think we have a top product here we're try-
ing to sell.
SOUTHERNER: How do you explain the tur-
nabout in the Southern team in the last few
COACH COLLINS: It just didn't happen this
year. We must remember that we went after
that 2-9 season, we lost nine in a row. Later
on we got the Mississippi State forfeit, 3-8
after that year. We had records like 6-6, 7-4,
6-4-1, 9-3. So it's been a steady process, tak-
ing steps in the right direction, building a solid
foundation, recruiting and keeping that tal-
ent coming in . . . This year should help us in
the fact that year in and year out we expect
to have this solid program that we can com-
pete as say one of the top 20 teams in the
nation and get the recognition and respect
that we think we've earned and deserved.
But it's been a slow process and we think itfs
a solid foundation. We've got a solid founda-
tion now and we're gonna be a pretty good
football team in the next few years.
' EDITOR'S NOTE: Following the fall semes-
ter, Bobby Collins accepted the head football
coaching position at Southern Methodist Uni-
versity in Dallas, Texas. Replacing Collins in
time for recruiting and spring training is Jim
Carmody, formerly a member of the coach-
ing staff here at the University of Southern
Mississippi and former defensive line coach
for the Buffalo Bills of Buffalo, New York.
A YEAR ROU D TI-II G
Preparing for football games is a year
round thing says Bill Clay defensive
back coach Winter is a time for building
Spring for preparing Summer for antici
pating and Fall is for playing
Lifting weights distance running and agil
tendencies practice calls and running
plays Fridays are usually spent traveling
First thing on Saturday morning the squad
meets for 15 minutes followed by the tra
ditional pre game meal of steak and eggs
Next the players are taped by trainers
and then meet again with Coach Collins
ity drilling are included in off season
weight training from January through
which is the mark of a good athlete Twen
ty days of Spring Practice include evalua
tions of offensive defensive and kicking
games as well as moving players into their
right positions Summer is no vacation
even though the team may not be at
school A six week workout schedule is
taken home and completed prior to re
porting in August Then players come
back to 2 a days fmorning and afternnon
practicesl and an 11 o clock curfew
During the season Monday begins at 3
p m with a 30 minute meeting with one of
the nine position coaches Then players
put in one hour of practice 30 minutes of
weightliftmg and 30 minutes of watching
films of the opposition Tuesday through
Thursday the team is coached on their
game plan in such areas as down distance
another 15 minutes where every impor
tant phase of the game is discussed Then
warm ups We plan that they reach their
peak at the time of the game says Clay
The success of this year s football team
may be attribued to taking one game at a
time and concentrating on that and that
only says Clay The most important
game is this Saturday he says The
coaches also work all year long just as the
players do If they are not analyzing the
opposition and preparing the players
they are recruiting Clay says the coaches
don t get to enioy the victories as the fans
do because after one game they come
home and directly begin working on an
other Clay says they emphasize to the
players that all they have to do is give
100070 and the score will take care of it
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The Golden Eagle football team ended its
1981 season sporting a 9-1-1 record and a
national ranking, along with individual,
school, and national records.
The Eagles opened the season by defeating
the University of Southwest Louisiana 33-7
at home in M.M. Roberts Stadium before a
crowd of 23,567. At first concerned over sen-
ior losses, the Golden Eagles wasted no time
in proving their capabilities. The Nasty
Bunch came back after halftime to hold the
USL offense to only 37 yards in the entire
second half. USM's total yardage for the
game was 401 yards on 83 plays as com-
pared to the Cajun's 174 yards on 60
plays-a figure as decisive as the final score.
The Golden Eagles continued to dominate on
the field in the match against Tulane. Roberts
Stadium's second largest crowd ever, 32,756
spectators, watched as USM rode over Tu-
lane 21-3. The third game of the season
against the University of Richmond proved to
be a closer game than the first two. The Ea-
gles traveled to Richmond to edge against the
The Homecoming game against the Maver-
icks of the University of Texas-Arlington
was stunning in terms of high scores and re-
cord setting statistics. With a record total of
630 offensive yards, the Golden Eagles ran
over the Mavericks 52-9. On the second play
of the game, quarterback Reggie Collier ran
for an 80-yard touchdown. Tailback Sammy
Winder scored his 31st career touchdown,
setting a school record for Most Career
Touchdowns. A Maverick field goal of 51
yards became the longest field goal ever
made in Roberts Stadium. The Golden Ea-
gles' performance during this Homecoming
game kept the Eagle Fever alive for the re-
mainder of the season.
On October 10, Coach Bobby Collins and the
team traveled to Brimingham to meet Bear
Bryant and the Crimson Tide of Alabama.
USM proved to be an equal match for Ala-
bama as they evened the score in the last
seconds of the game with a 13-13 tie.
Rainstorms following Southern to their next
two games seemed not to bother the Golden
Eagles as they remained undefeated. A main-
ly defensive battle with the Tigers of Mem-
phis State at the Liberty Bowl Stadium in
Tennessee, the game was scattered with pen-
alties and turnovers. The Eagles came out on
top in the end with a 10-0 victory.
After an open date, the Golden Eagles trav-
eled to Denton, Texas on Halloween to take
on the Eagles of North Texas State Universi-
ty. The afternoon game was played on a field
soaked from rainstorms which continued
throughout the game. Stadium lights were
needed to overcome the darkness created by
the rainclouds. Again, the Golden Eagles
seemed not to mind these weather conditions
as they shut out NTSU 22-O.
The Eagles were finally ranked by the nation-
al polls after their seventh game. Being the
only southeastern college to still be undefeat-
ed, USM was listed as No. 20 on the AP
national college football poll.
But being no. 20 was not good enough for the
Golden Eagles. The following week they trav-
eled to Jackson with the intentions of unrank-
ing 15th ranked Mississippi State. And they
did it in what was probably the most exciting,
if not frightening, victory of the season. The
Nasty Bunch held the Bulldog offense to two
field goals as the Eagles pulled off a 7-6 victo-
ry before a crowd of 64,112-a state and
Mississippi Memorial stadium record. USM
moved to no. 14 in the ratings with a 7-O-1
"Florida State, don't be blue, Mississippi
State got unranked, too!" seemed to be the
theme for the regionally televised game
against the Florida State Seminoles.
If you were ever sitting on the east side of
M.M. Roberts Stadium you can't help but
notice him. His black pants, gold vest and
button and ticket littered hat really stand out.
Ray Crawford, a '64 finance and insurance
graduate, enthuses the crowds by leading
various sections in the traditional cheer "Two
Originally Crawford had a partner, Joe Star-
ling, and they were called "Two Bits and a
Quarter." Both insurance men in Florida,
they cheered for Florida State, and were just
part of the crowd. A transfer brought them to
Hattiesburg and USM.
Both were surprised at the lack of support for
the football team. Two Bits has been dressing
up in his black and gold ever since. Joe Star-
ling, unfortunately, was transfered back to
Two Bits explained, "I am trying to promote
school spirit, and show that the students and
alumni have something to be proud of."
With a son who is a Freshman at USM and
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remainder of the game. In this match several
records were set for the Eagles. Reggie Col-
lier became the first player in NCAA history
to rush and pass for over 1000 yards in one
season. Collier totaled 1004 aerial yards for
the season, while rushing for 1005 total yards
this year. Sammy Winder also crossed the
1000 yard mark for the season as he totaled
1029 rushing yards for the year. Winder also
set school records for having the most career
touchdowns with 39 fthat's 273 pointsl, and
most career carries of 736. Ricky Floyd
rushed for 105 yards against the Cardinals,
making this the first time three backs ever
gained over 100 yards each in the same
game. The Nasty Bunch ranked first in the
nation in scoring defense, allowing an aver-
age of 8.1 points per game-89 points for
The USM Golden Eagles ended their regular
season with a no. 18 national ranking.
Voice- of the Golden Eagdes -
Who is THE VOICE OF THE GOLDEN EA-
GLES? He's actually an avid Eagle fan be-
hind a microphone "who gets as excited as
Bill Goodrich, formerly the voice of the Ole
Miss Rebels and other teams such as the
Clemson Tigers, is a veteran radiofTV an-
nouncer who not only co-hosts and narrates
the "Bobby Collins Show,', but is also a part
of USM's Public Relations Department as Ra-
diofTV director. His idea for the voice of
USM to be employed by the University on a
full time basis has set a trend for many other
Goodrich said USM is unique in that we have
our own radio programs and TV interviews
done right on campus by our own people.
Southern is the only school he knows of in the
state that uses a Teaching Learning Re-
source Center CTLRCJ such as the one on
campus for this service.
Gooodrich travels with the football and bas-
ketball teams not only announcing the
games, but sees that the radio networks pick
up on the games as well. "This year we had
an average of 27 networks carrying the foot-
ball games which is up over the 10 we had in
1972," said Goodrich, "and there are ap-
proximately 10 networks that carry basket-
In addition to these responsibilities, Goodrich
interviews the coaches on a regular basis,
makes up an overview newsletter and film
containing highlights of the sports year.
These are often used in recruiting. He said
that he works very closely with the players
themselves and likes "getting to know them
and their families and girlfriends. "I even give
them special nicknames."
Which sport is his favorite? Goodrich couldn't
say. Normally it would be basketball, but the
football games are exciting offering extra
things such as the band, cheerleaders, and
Dixie Darlings he said.
After leaving radio for six months prior to
coming to Hattiesburg and working for
WFOR, Goodrich siad he couldnft stand it,
announcing here had become a part of him.
"l've never been happier in my life, I feel
part of the teams and of the school."
Goodrich explained how he announced the
football games. Three men are involved: an
engineering coordinator, an analyst and the
announcer. All three act as spotters. John
Cox and Vic Purvis serve as the coordinator
and analyst while Goodrich does the broad-
Goodrich got into announcing while attending
the University of Wisconsin on a boxing schol-
arship. He sold advertising and did play-by-
plays for a radio station just after he got out
of the Army. Then he came to Jackson and
served as Sports Director at WLBT while
"moonlighting" as the Voice of the Rebels.
He left Mississippi for a while to work in
South Carolina and Kentucky, but found his
way back to Mississippi and "Woo Hoo Mer-
cy," just look what happened.
Golden Eagle Football 1981
N. Texas State
by Shelia Skipper
The Golden Eagles traveled to Orlando, Flor-
ida, Tuesday, December 15, for a week of
gala activities at the Tangerine Bowl, high-
lighted on the 19th by a game with the Mis-
The Eagles l9-1-ll met their match in the
defensive battle with the Tigers. The Tigers,
K7-4D began their lead in the first quarter and
continued to dominate on the field through-
out most of the game as they contained the
Eagle offense and broke the Nasty Bunch
USM's first touchdown came in the third
quarter after an interception by Eagle sopho-
more cornerback Bruce Miller. Miller also re-
ceived the Most Valuable Defense Award.
USM's long awaited comeback came late in
the 4th 'quarter as senior reserve quarter-
back Davy Sellers replaced Reggie Collier
who left the game with a neck injury. On
Seller's second play of the game, he complet-
ed a long pass from the Eagle 26 to Louis
Lipps on the Missouri 40. Lipps carried the
ball in for USM's second touchdown of the
This new burst of energy revived a few spirits
in the freezing stands, but with only 1:03 left
in the game, time ran out before the Eagles
could pull ahead for a win. The final score:
Missouri 19, USM 17.
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by Rachel Tullos
When a loyal fan of USM thinks of USM's
sports record this year, the outstanding 9-1-1
football season is hard to surpass but the
basketball season could be considered a
great asset to the university. With excitement
still in the air from the Tangerine Bowl ap-
pearance, the fans were fired up for once
again another year of the "Golden Eagle".
The first game of the new season matched
USM against Missouri-St, Louis in which
8,961 screaming fans attended. This game
was a part of a sports doubleheader on cam-
pus featuring the first part as the Eagles de-
feated Lamar 45-14.
Starters for the Golden Eagles were guards
Edgar Eason and Curtis Green, forwards Joe
"Awesome" Dawson and Deora Marsh and
center Carl Mitchell.
The Golden Eagles jumped out to a com-
manding 17-4 lead in the first half only to see
it disappear to 19-15 after Turk substituted.
The 'Rivermen never let the Eagles build a big
lead and at the halftime buzzer the score was
In the final twenty minutes the Eagles domi-
nated the game and with 9:35 left on the
clock USM had a 21 point lead. USM went on
to win by twenty 91-71.
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SOUTHERNER: In your
six years as head coach at
USM, what do you feel is
your greatest accomplish-
TURK: The greatest ac- .
complishment that we've
had to date is last year's
team participating in the
National Invitational Tour-
nament. It was the first
time USM has ever gone to
a post-season tournament
since becoming a division 1
major university in the mid-
SOUTHERNER: What do
you feel is different about last year's team and
this year's team?
TURK: The teams are similar in style of play and
many other aspects. Our 1980-1981 team was a
great road team and found the way to win close
ball games. This season's team has experienced
extreme difficulty in winning close ball games on
the road and therein lies the difference in the
record. We have lost five games by a total of
eight points and we've lost three games by two
points and two games by one point, so obviously,
if we had been able to win the close ballgames in
key situations, we could have a very outstanding
record and at this point could be riding high. As
it works out, we are currently at the 500 mark.
SOUTHERNER: Tell me more about this year's
team, what have you concentrated on most?
TURK: This team has gone against the most
difficult and challenging schedule in the history
on the University. We have played eight teams
that participated in post-season tournaments
last year. Of the nine losses we have to date,
four of them have been to teams that are ranked
in the top twenty. So obviously the strength of
our schedule has been the greatest detriment
that we have faced. We have concentrated on
team play, unselfishness, and each player trying
to reach his full potential in each and every
"1 SOUTHERNER: what
about specific strengths
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TURK: Each team has spe-
' cific strengths and weak-
' nesses. I would say that on
the floor a weakness of this
I team has been our inability
to rebound. Joe Dawson is
our leading rebounder and
he does a tremendous job,
but we need to get more
out of our other players as
far as rebounding is con-
cerned. A couple of guys
have also had a bad year
shooting, so I would say
that rebounding and inconsistency in field goal
percentage have been two factors that have
been detrimental to this team.
SOUTHERNER: What do you consider your
greatest honor in your career as a basketball
coach? I know that last year you were named
Collegiate Coach of the Year in Mississippi and
this year placed second in that same category,
plus the invitation to the post-season tourna-
ment, but what do you feel is your greatest ac-
TURK: Well, since coming to USM, I suppose
that, so far as me individually, the greatest hon-
or would be being selected as the Collegiate
Coach of the Year.
SOUTHERNER: What about the future?
TURK: I see Golden Eagle athletics continuing to
soar to the top as we continue to growg as we
upgrade our academic standards and our bas-
ketball goals and objectives. We will continue to
get better caliber of athletes who will be facing a
more difficult and challenging schedule. Greater
things are ahead.
SOUTHERNER: Is there anything you would
like to add?
TURK: I am proud to be a part of this great
university and the growth that it is experiencing
here in the athletic department. It is most re-
warding to me. I could not be happier anywhere
Cont. from page 78.
Pamona Patzer College proved an easy victim
for the hungry Eagles and provided several
peaks of the season in the 107-71 whipping.
USM made 43 field-goals. Twenty-one free
throw points were added to the scoreboard as
well as a season high 62 rebounds and iso farl
the highest amount of points in the game were
The Eagles third game at Reed Green coliseum
added another mark in the win column. South-
ern beat U.S. International 89-62 in front of
4,000 screaming fans.
This season had a much more difficult schedule
than ever before. Warning signs were evident in
road game number 1. The Eagles lost a close,
defensive heartbreaker to Southwestern Louisi-
ana, 64-66. Problems occurred in the lineup,
and Coach M.K. Turk began trying new combi-
nations of players to help spark the game.
Then the Eagles came back home to Reed
Green and won a decisive victory, 60-47, over
Louisiana Tech. USM struggled with free throws
and shooting. Strong defense and the home
crowd, a definite advantage, aided the Eagles in
Southern had a well-deserved break of 11 days
before playing against McNeese State. The Ea-
gles won easily, 86-62. Two days later the Ea-
gles traveled to the Cotton States Classic. The
road once again proved to be a jinx. The Eagles
were soundly beaten by Alabama-Birmingham,
71-56, their first game in the Atlanta based
event. jThe consolation game was disappoint-
ing-Northeastern University pulled out and
82-81 victory in a close battle.
Now 5-3 into the season, the Eagles suffered
their third consecutive loss when they played
Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
USM hit the road for its first game after the
Holidays. Southern lost another close defensive
North Carolina State, 46-45. North
Carolina at Charlotte also defeated the stum-
bling Eagles 74-70, in front of the NC crowd of
The Eagles came home needing a victory. USM
played outstanding ball against Tulane in the
first quarter, led by Curtis Green and Joe Daw-
son. Building up to a 19 point lead at one time.
USM's poor rebounding and careless play al-
lowed the Green Wave to roll over the Eagles in
a crushing 60-58 victory. Fredonia State gave a
much needed win to the Eagles where they had
their best field-goal percentage f53.2: 42 of 79
attemptsl in the 88-65 romping.
The Eagles, having a rough season. went to Lou-
isiana Tech hoping to recreate the earlier victo-
ry. Fate was not kind, and the Eagles again lost a
close match, 58-60.
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The home game regularly scheduled
against the University of New Orleans was
moved to the Gulf Coast Coliseum in Biloxi
because of delayed registration due to bad
weather. USM defeated UNO 73-66. The
Privateers pulled within two points late in
the game, but a foul on Curtis Green and
the resulting free throws gave the Eagles
the added spark to charge ahead to victory.
The Eagles came back home and played an
outstanding 'defensive game against the
Gamecocks of- South Carolina. The final
score was Eagles 76. Gamecocks 67. South
Carolina had a tremendous size advantage,
but Joe Dawson and Carl Mitchell scored
the needed points, and Edgar Eason, Curtis
Green, and Larry Boyd handled the ball in
the welcomed victory.
The Eagles took an even 8-8 record to Geor-
gia State and managed a win of 61 over 54
even though they shot a poor 41.5 per cent.
The poor shooting percentage came back to
haunt the Eagles in a tough loss to Virginia
The first minutes of the Pan American-USM
game were nailbiting. The lead constantly
fluctuated between teams. Joe Dawson
scored his 1,547 career point and became
the third leading scorer in USM history and
was presented the game ball. Southern won
the fast-breaking contest 101-70.
USM compiled a winning record of 11-9 at
yearbook presstime. The Eagles defeated
the Georgia State Panthers for the second
time in the season with an easy 83-68 victo-
ry. The game was an exciting crowd pleas-
er. Senior Deora Marsh was an inspiration
to his teammates and fans when he made
three slam dunks-including one spinning
backward. The Eagles put on an excellent
offensive and defensive show. This was
Southern's sixth victory in the last eight
Post-season hopes for this year's Eagles are
not completely out of the picture, but al-
most so. If USM wins the remainder of its
games, the record would be 17-9. Perhaps
a bid from the NIT is possible.
Coach M.K. Turk said of his team, "I sup-
pose the biggest problem we've faced this
year is the quality of our opponents. This
team hasnft played a bad game. We've
been inconsistent in offensive shooting. For-
tunately our defense has held up. It's won
games for us and taken us down to the wire
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In their first game the Eagles defeated the
Tulane Lady Green Waves in an easy 84-66
smashing in Reed Green Coliseum. "Porky"
McCaskill had a game high 23 points. Several
days later USM defeated Mississippi Univer-
sity of Women 73-47, again they won at
home. Louisiana became the next target for
the Lady Eagles. First, Southeastern Louisi-
ana was rolled over in a 78-54 loss to South-
ern in Reed Green. Then, Northeastern Lou-
isiana bit the dust in a close match. The final
score was USM 75, Northeastern 73. Diane
Jones led the Lady netters with 20 points,
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by Lynne Clary
You're into your fifth
season at USM-
how do you feel
about this year's
JAMES: This year's
team is a different
team than any team
that I've had in that
we've got several
freshmen. We have
more of a fastbreak
ball than we've had
before. We're not
quite as tall but can sf '
do things in a differ-
ent way than in the past. We feel that, due to
our leaping ability, we can rebound with tall-
er teams and that with our quickness we can
run with fast teams. So we have a combina-
tion of both, where in the past we've had
more of a patient-type offense and were not
quite as quick.
SOUTHERNER: So then your strong points
are . . .
JAMES: Quickness, fastbreak offense and
JAMES: Our main weakness is that they're
young. We start off three freshmen and untill
you get a full year of college experience it's
hard for a freshman to step in and be a start-
er. We have three freshmen starters-that
seems to be the only weakness at this point.
They're working hard, they have good atti-
tudes and fundamentally they are sound-
just lack of experience.
SOURTHERNER: What changes or improve-
ments have you made?
JAMES: Well, each year you change based
' - ' on what personnel
you need. As far as
improvements go we
have a different look
so we're not basing it
on the years in the
past, we are looking
into the future and
what areas we need
more strength in. For
example: next year
we'll be looking for
the girl insideg this
year we picked up
guards and for-
wards. Each year it
changes and it varies
based on personnel.
SOUTHERNER: I-Iow do you feel about this
JAMES: This yearfs schedule is very com-
petitive, there's no question about that. It is
one of the best wefve had at Southern and
obviously it's pretty tough. Wefre nine and
five right now and with the material that we
have if we were playing a weak schedule we
could possibly be undefeated-but we don't
we play a tough schedule with big name
schools and in the long run it will help us. lt
may be a little hard on us this being the fresh-
man year for some of these players but in the
long run it'll pay off.
SOUTHERNER: Over all what do you feel
has been your greatest accomplishment in
working with the Lady Golden Eagles?
JAMES: We've had some big wins. I think the
greatest accomplishment at this point is that
we've not had a losing season. We have had
some good years. We've gone as far as the
regional tournament with the AIAW and now
we're changing over to the NCAA, women's
basketball, and our goals and our aims after
we do is to get into a post season soon.
USM's first loss came on the road. Arkansas
College and the Lady Eagles battled through
the game. Arkansas won 81-78. Then South-
ern bounced back with a close win against
Arkansas State. McCaskill led the lady Ea-
gles with 16 points and 14 rebounds in the
USM had one of their most difficult games
against Memphis State in Memphis. The
Lady Eagles could not handle the powerful
play and speed of Memphis, and lost in a
sound whipping, 101-87. Juliette Weaver
and Rose Smith were the leading scorers for
the Eagles with 17 points, Smith had 11 re-
bounds in the game.
The Lady Eagles playing against Northeas-
tern Louisiana for the second time in the sea-
son won easily at home 116-79. Juliette
Weaver and Joye Lee each had 17 points in
the game, sharing top honors. Joye Lee had
among her points, seven free throws. USM
had 50 field-goals made, a team high for the
USM lost their next three games all on the
road. The Lady Eagles were defeated 81-72
by the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford. Then Tu-
lane rolled over Southern, 75-57, splitting the
season's games with USM. Finally, USM lost
a heartbreaker to Southeastern Louisiana.
They were defeated by one point, 81-80 was
the final tally.
Southern's Lady Eagles regrouped and went
on to defeat Florida 73-62. South Alabama
fell victim to the Eagles next, and Florida was
beaten in a 94-84 battle with the rampaging
Eagles. In the Florida game, the Eagles
played all aspects of the game well as they
managed to connect on over 50 percent of
their shots from the field. USM fell six points
behind in the early-going, but rallied back
behind Joye Lee's shooting. Lee had 24 total
points in the game.
Jackson State was a totally different story.
Freshman sensation, Portland McCaskill was
hurt early in the game in a collison against
JSU's Gloria Freeman. Both girls had to have
stitches. Behind strong offensive and defen-
sive board work, the Lady Tigers were able
to take a 25-22 lead at halftime. Jackson
State went on to win the game. The Eagles
dropped to 11-6 as a result of that contest.
The Delta State Lady Statesmen could not
handle the excellent offense of the Eagles,
and as a result Delta State lost their battle 67-
85. USM led the whole game and was aided
by Joye Lee, who had a game-high 26 points.
Portland McCaskill returned to play after be-
ing injured in the game earlier in the week.
Starters for Coach Kay James were Portland
"Porky" McCaskill, Dianne Jones. Rose
Smith, Juliette Weaver and Joye Lee.
McCaskill, a freshman forward from Menden-
hall, Mississippi, led the Lady Eagles with
13.4 points per game.
Jones was second behind Juliette Weaver
with a 53.7 field-goal percentage. Rose
Smith was an excellent rebounder. and had
an average of 7.1 rebounds per game.
Weaver led the Eagles in field-goal percent-
age, she shot 61.5 percent from the floor.
Joye Lee had an excellent year. Lee had high
game for the Eagles with 26 points, Lee also
led the team in free throws made. she had
83.3 percent from the line.
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Southerner What is your overall view of USM
Taylor: The strides in athletics under Coach
Dale have been tremendous. For instance, now
we can have an opponent like Tulane and have
30,000 people in the stands and only 1500 of
those are from Tulane. Also, the MSU-USM
game in Jackson this year set records in atten-
dance with 64,000 people there. Used to, bas-
ketball couldn't gear 1400 people, and now
they have 65-7000 at some games. And this
year James is in NIT lNational Invitational Tour-
namentl. Everybody's doing so much in athlet-
Southerner: How is this year's baseball team
doing thus far in the season?
Taylor: "It's just one of those years." We are
trying to get as respectable as we can. The
things we were expecting out of this year's team
just didn't turn out like we thought they would.
Last year Doug Pearson broke every record in
USM baseball except one, and this year he's not
hitting 240 in some games. Our first string pitch-
er broke his collar bone and our second string
pitcher, Richard Garrett, had an arm injury.
Coaches Rick, Deweese, Coleman and I are
searching and hoping for a good caliber player,
and the new field might help some too.
Southerner: What are the strengths and weak-
nesses of this year's team?
Taylor: A weakness is that we don't have the
long ball hitter. In 24 games we have had only
two home runs. We don't have any fire power. In
a seven inning game, we left 12 men on the
bases, something you just don't do. If we have a
good game pitching, then we don't have a hitting
game and vice versa. We have to get better, but
with our number one pitcher out, we have a
bleak outlook, but we'll keep working. What we
thought we had defensively and what we count-
ed on didn't happen. We are not consistent and
have no strong point as of now. Richard Garrett
and Mike Minton are our mainstays and with
power on the plate, we would have won more
games than the 8-17 record we have now.
Southerrier: What does the future hold for USM
Taylor: A new ballpark and extensive recruiting.
The only way we can go is up. We have three
very fine student coaches who work and know
baseball. In the next couple of years, I hope we
can get over the 500 mark and be respectable,
maybe even get in a prestigious conference,
Southerner: Do you feel there is enough empha-
sis on baseball at USM?
Taylor: Yes, this year I have had more help than
l ever had.
Southerner: What in your 24-year career as
head baseball coach and 15-years as assistant
athletic director are you most proud of?
Taylor: Working with Coach Dale and Coach
Vann and being placed in three Hall of Fames.
Those honors I am most proud of.
Vann and being placed in three Hall of Fames.
Those honors I am most proud of.
Southerner: You have been associated with this
university, both as a student and as a coach for
30 years, what are you pleased with most about
Taylor: The progress the university has made is
a big part of my life. Athletics is doing its best to
stay up with the rest of the university like the
science department, nursing, The Pride and Dix-
ie Darlings and the research done by the profes-
sors and the university itself putting a lot of
money into the economy. The university is mov-
ing under Lucas. Our band is on national every
year and our music program is second to none.
The leadership of our university is in most capa-
ble hands and we appreciate his lDr. Lucasl
support for athletics. l'm pleased with the pace
we have gotten going now and hope it keeps
Southerner: Are there any other comments you
would like to make about USM or baseball?
Taylor: The University of Southern Mississippi
has been mighty good to me in every way-in
the way of education, athletics and every other
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harmonious and loving group who accepts each others faults and
encourages each other in their abilities. This group is an intermingling
of dancers, singers, nurses, teachers, librarians, pianists, and inter'
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delta, Lambda Sigma, Phi Delta Rho, Panhellenic Talent Show, Sen-
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through formals, swaps, Alumni Tea, ParentfDaughter Banquet,
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Secret Sis and Christmas parties. To grow to our best ability physical-
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Phi Delta Rho .. . ASB Cabinet Lambda
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Dianne: Noble, Stephanie L.: Odom.
Tara L.: Parker, Deborah: Pittman.
Jean C.: Pittman, Suzanne: Ramsay.
Mary B.: Rawlings, Karen L.
Redd, Leslie Lorraine: Richardson.
Michelle: Riley, Glenna: Robinson,
Tracy D.: Rogers, Becca: Russell,
Laurie Nell: Snowden, Cindy: Snow-
den, Sarah A.: Stewart, Laura B,
Stockstill, C. Michele: Swanson.
Kathy: Taylor. Angela K.: Taylor.
Barbara: Thomas, Lisa P.: Thomas.
Melissa Kay: Vanderdray, Katrina S.:
Walker, Judy: Walker. Leisa Faye
Walker, Sharon Kay: Walters, Karen
M.: Watson, Amber J.: Welsh.
Jeanne L.: Williams. Jadee L.: Wil-
liams, Shannon K.: Wolford. Melodie
J.: Woods, Jan D.: Bancroft. D. Bruce
Davis. Charles J.: Duff. Kenny Eu-
gene: Guthrie, Robert: O'Keefe.
Matt: Taylor. John C.: Waddle.
Benny: Williams. Lon Anthony
Agosta, Ann lVl., Alfonso, Joanna M.,
Bell, Patricia C., Bingham, Barbara
A., Blackmer, Cindy L., Blackmer,
Lee Ann, Blackston, Jenny, Bla-
keney, Judy, Blanchard, Debbie
Brown, Robin, Burkes, Becky C.,
Cox, Holly E., Cox, Susan D., Davis,
Betty L., Dyar, Allison, Egley, Cath-
erine A., Eubanks, Sue, Fulmer, Ann
Gaines, Korby L., Gambrell, Tina,
Gordon, Donna R., Grenn, Elizabeth
A., Haag, Cheryl M., Haupt, Beth A.,
Haupt, Connie, Heflin, Michele,
Hess, Jon A.
Jones, Beverly, Kay, Antrice D., Ken-
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Delta Gamma means being an individual in all
aspects of campus life. You can find Dee Gee's
involved in ASB Cabinet, and Senate, UAC,
Southerner Staff, Southern Misses, Southern
Style, Golden Girls, and Gold Tenders. Also,
they have Dixie Darlings, Pride Members, Fra-
ternity Little Sisters, and Angel Flight Members,
Dee Gee's are also involved in many honoraries
such as Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Sigma,
Omicron, Delta Kappa, Phi Chi Theta, Gamma
Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, USM Civitan Club,
ACM, Student Construction, and they also have
Presidentls and Dean's List scholars. The Dee
Gee's have many Miss I-lospitalities, and mem-
bers of the Soccer and Tennis Teams.
This year the Delta Gamma's won first place in
Theme and Originality for their Homecoming
Display. They received 2nd Place in Songfest.
Every year the Delta Gamma's are hostesses for
the Miss Southern Pageant and the annual PGA
Magnolia Classic Golf Tournament. Some of the
highlights of their year are intramurals, big sis, lil
sis, candlelights, Fall Retreat, Fall Party, and
the "Main Event" ANCHOR BALL!!!
Knight, Nancy Eg Ladner. Lee Ann:
Laney, Leigh A.g Langston, Michele,
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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is a public service organization
dedicated to sharing membership skills and practices within the public
interest. Founded at Howard University in 1913, Delta Sigma Theta, Mu
Nu Chapter was chartered at USM on July 27, 1975.
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Arthur, Deborah A., Basden, Julia
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A., Carruth, Letricia L., Currie, Shei-
la M., Dunlap, Alisa R., Estrada, An-
gela, Frederick, Amy R.
Gill, Sabrenag Gray, Denise M.
Guy, Tracy L.: Huch. Donna L.: In
gram, Kim R.: Jackson, Robyn N.
Johnson. Cindy D.: Matkin. Mary A.
Nix, Nikki D.: Reedy. Rene: Smith.
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Burney, Cassandra, Byington, Mary
Beth, Christian, Linda K.
Clayton, Allison, Coleman, Lisa G.,
Coleman, Vickie B., Crenshaw, Ka-
ren M., Daniels, Regina K., Earles,
Angela D., Ewell, Burnie Jo, Fletch-
er, Karen E., Flowers, Donna K.
Frye, Elizabeth, Gill, Tami L., Gollott,
Lisa M., Gould, Danette K., Gray,
Tina M., Grizzard, Laurie B., Guern-
sey, Perilyn, Guffy, Laura Lee, Hall,
Harper, Teri, Hartnett, Kim, He-
meter, Robin, Herring, Patricia L.,
Higgingbotham, Jayne, Holifield,
Jan, Howell, Bernadine E., Hunt,
Terri A., Johnson, Sandra K.
Keene, Susan T., King, Katherine M.,
Kubitz, Linda M., Lane, Cynthia,
LeBlanc, Angela M., Love, Lynne E.,
Love, Kerry A., Lowery, Lisa R.,
Massey, Aaryanne R.
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Being A Kappa Delta means . . . involvement in campus activi-
ties . . . sharing sisterly love . . . Miss USM . . . Homecoming
Queen and Senior Maid. . .Basketball Cheerleaders. . . Honor
Societies UAC . . . Southern Style . . . Golden Girls . . .
Fraternity Little Sisters . . . Slave Auction . . . Senators . .
ASB . . . President's and Dean's List . . . Intramural Sports . . .
Greek Games. . .First Place Red Cross Blood Drive. . . Special
Olympics Round-up Miss Hospitalities National
Watermelon Queen . . . Bat Girls . . . Dixie Darlings . . . South-
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loving the White Rose. . .Bible Studies. . .a room full of Teddy
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Moak, Charlotte A., Morrow, Sherry:
Myers, Sharon, Neal, Rebecca S.,
Page, Patti J.
Parkinson, Rhonda, Pigott, Wynn:
Pittman, Becky, Powell, Lecia L.,
Roberts, Lori L., Russell, Rochelle
M., Sanders, Ginny, Saulters, Sabrina
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Being a Phi Mu means Big sis-Little Sis, Mother-
Father-Daughter Banquet, Fall Fling, Carnation
Ball, intermural games, fraternity little sisters, hon-
orary and professional organizations, ASB, Dixie
Darlings, Southern Exposure, Baseball Batgirls, the
Pride, Basketball Cheerleaders, swaps, and loving
sisters to share it all with.
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Borgatti, Tina M., Bouton, Fran E: '
Boyd, Connie R., Blalock, Brenda D: ff
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French, Robin A., Furlow, Melanie,
Goodsell, Carol, Gould, Missy, Gre-
Helgeson, Dan A., Hosch, Carole A.,
Jones, Rebecca, Kelley, Karen K.,
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Carol: McRigtt. Tamara: Middleton.
Tracy M.: Mitchell, Linda S.
Moore, Marcia R.: Pace, Lauri E.:
Patrick, Janie E.: Peacock. Tere M.:
Pinson, Elizabeth A.: Powell. Alice F.:
Powers, Jacqueline: Reasonover,
Leigh A.: Robinson, Sydney
Rominger, Debby: Signa. Phyllis: Si-
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Carroll, Lisa F., Case, Terri, Collette,
Jean, Craft, Jenny L., Crane, Cindy
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mera C., Geceuricz, Nancy Frances
Golden, Suzy Blair, Heard, Dana Su-
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Smartt, Cindy: Smith, Lee A.: Valen-
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Westover, Deborah K.: Andrews.
John G.: Dedeaux, David M.: Dillid-
stone, Frederick D.: Hall. Bobby
Hudson, William M.: Leavitt Jr.. John
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Mu Xi Chapter was established on November
15, 1976 as a metropolitan chapter and on
October 7, 1981 became an official member
of the Greek community at USM. The chap-
ter's philosophy is "Be outstanding, don't be
mediocreg be encouraged, but never become
satisfied." The object of Alpha Phi Alpha is
to stimulate the ambition of its members, to
prepare them for the greatest usefulness in
the cause of humanity. Alpha Phi Alpha has a
long history of involvement, achievement,
and leadership in civil and human rights ef-
James, Dennis I.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated was founded November 17,
1911 on the campus of Howard University. Nu Eta Chapter, char-
tered on campus in Spring 1975, has provided for the membership of
college men with similar ideas to promote the national principles of
manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and uplift. The "Ques", as
members are familiarly known, hold the colors of purple as the
highest and gold as the purest. A social service fraternity, the men of
Omega strive to insure that the strengths of their four founding
fathers will live on.
OMEGA PSI PHI
Davis, Gene C., Dawson, Josephg
Drawns, Israel C., James, Alford
Leong Johnson, Gregory Leeg Stam-
Barrett, Kermit, Bullock, William F.,
Cartier, Jeffery Allen, Chapman,
Mark S., Curry, Tobie L., Dauen-
hauer, David E., Feckner, Thomas
A., Glenn, Duane Thomas, Gottstine,
Groth, David A., Halterlein, Christo-
pher Paul, Hudson, William M.,
Hurst, Richard A., Jackson, Steven
J., Johnson, Jeffery Donald, Jolly,
Timothy James, Keith, Paul M.,
Kloske, Michael D.
Lynch, Thomas Charles, Matas, Rob-
ert, McKee, Steven Shawn, Miller,
James Phillip, Nungesser, George,
Parker, Charles O., Reedy, Paul H.
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President: Chris Smilek
Vice-President: Jerry Samies
Treasurer: Jeff Smith
Secretary: Fred Wood
Historian: Steve Jackson
ATO is one of the oldest fraternities on cam-
pus. Being the oldest fraternity, the gentle-
men in this fraternity are extremely involved.
Christ is the center of the fraternity and they
have members in Baptist Student Union,
Campus Crusades for Christ, and other reli-
gious organizations. In the area of leadership
ATO is fully equipped: ASB president, ASB
senator, outstanding Freshman, Greek of the
Year, Scholastic Awards, and Assistant Di-
rector of Government Relations. Also they
participated in all Intramural sports and
Honor Societies are a part of ATO's life:
Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Omi-
cron Delta Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Honors College, Whols Who in American Col-
leges and Universities and Phi Eta Sigma.
Other activities include: UAC-University
Activities Council, USM Computer team,
Southern Style, Golden Eagle marching
band, Southern Strategists Club, Debate
team, ROTC honors and the Golden Key So-
ciety, and Rho Gamma.
ATO has little Sisters from Pi Beta Phi, Chi-o,
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Delta Gamma, and Del-
ta Zeta. Big Brothers of Delta Gamma, Pi
beta Phi, and Tri Sigma.
In the media, the Student Printz, and the
Southerner are participated in. Swaps were
held, the Spring Formal, and the Viking Par-
ty. ATO is in a re-building process getting
their membership back up to the top.
Samies, Gerald H.: Sanders, Clark E.:
Seal, Michael: Selman, Robert H.:
Sempson, Arthur: Smilek, Franklin
C.: Smith, Jeffery C: Stiglets. James:
Sullivan, Mark C.
Walker, Michael R.: Wolekiel. Greg
G.: Wood, Fred Lee: Bell. Patricia C.:
- Broadfoot, Deirdre L.: Davis. Betty
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Nancy F.: Huch, Martha R.
Lindsay, Christine Delane: Smilek.
Kimberly: Stribling, Cheryl L.: Smith.
Krist Carole: Tate. Jana M.: Wed-
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Rey, Timothyg Smith, Gary S.: Sulli-
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Wheeler, Greg J.
Woodruff, James Lee: Boardman.
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Adams, Rick, Andrews, Martin W.,
Barnett, John W., Bass, Charles,
Beasley, Jr., Glenn D., Beaton, Julio
C., Beech, Larry L., Behar, Alex-
ander, Berryhill, Toby V.
Brock, Steven C., Bufkin, Eddie,
Bush, Tommy, Busche, Gregory,
Carter, Carl R., Carter, Chris R.,
Draeger, Martin J., Essary, Gary O.,
Fultz, Michael K.
Furrh, Leigh H., Ginn, David T.,
Grush, Guy T., Hamby, Greg, Kassel,
Jack G., Kelly, Scott R., Larson,
Rudy A., Lazenby, Steve M., Lewis,
Love, James K., Lowery, Mark G.,
Martin, Ken B., McDaniel, Bubba,
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Niolet, Frank Joseph, Odom, Gene
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James C., Powell, Douglas, Prid-
more, Kevin, Quebedeau, Charles C.
Rimes, Greg, Salter, James E., Stu'
art, Jimmy, Swindoll, Edward B.,
Thomas, Charles S., Torres, Paul,
Watkins, Jim C., Weathers, Tim,
Weldy, Mark E.
Wesley, Jeffrey M., Womack,
Charles R., Barker, Karen S., Berry,
Pamela K., Breland, Stephanie, Dal-
las, Teri, Davis, Jennifer K., Gonza-
lez, Anna C., Keene, Susan
Lowry, Lisa R., Pigott, Wynn:
Schultheis, Lori, Stevens, Patrice:
Tannehill, Susan D., White. Laurie
Nell, Zoller, Stephanie
Abbey, Sammy H., Atherton, Ed-
ward S., Atherton, John W., Baria,
David W., Basone, David D., Beck-
man, Brett W., Benigno, Chuck,
Boyd, Larry L., Boyd, Robby I..
Byrd, Russell E., Cabell, Perre A.,
Caldwell, Bryan, Cabell, Bruce C.,
Churchwell, Ricky E., Coon, James
H., Coor, Rodney O., DeGeorge, Rus-
sell A.g Delmas, Kenneth R.
Dillistone, Frederick D.g Farris, S.
Christopher, Fitzgerald, Mike D.,
Floyd, Bert E., Fountain, James Brad-
leyg Freeman, Thomas, Freshour,
Ted C., Garner, Guy H.g Goff, Tony
Graves, Gary J.g Harrell, Chuck J.,
Hewes lll, William G., Hinman, Mun-
son P.g Howell, Ford Andrew, Ishee,
David M., Johnson, Richard A.,
Jones, David Wg Key, Jackie B.
PHI KAPPA TAU Chgsen as the outstanding Chapter in the natign ASB ViCQ-pf2SiCl9l'lt, IFC Treasure and Judicial BOBTCL OIT1iC1'On Del-
means . . . first national fraternity on campus . . . social commitment ta Kappa, Who's Who, Sorority Big Brothers, Varsity Athletes . . .
. . . Gulfshore pledge-active retreat, Homecoming, Red Carnation Intramurals. . .Runner-up All-University Football, Volleyball, Frater-
Ball, Lost Weekend, Fall Party . . . fun . . . Freedom, Chevy 6, Visi- nity Bowling Champs . . . Community service . . . Lonnie Schraeder
dug Track IV , , , involvement , , , Benefit Run, Annual Halloween Visit, United Way Volleyball.
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Lynn, Frankie D., McLean, Brennan
J.3 Merritt, Nolen C., Mitchell, Scott
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Neideffer, David Hg Payne. James
D.: Peoples, Randallg Pickering. S.
David, Pisarich, Thomas W.: Reiter
ll, David E., Rhoads, Rong Ricks,
Greg P., Roberson, John B.
Smith, Tony: Stephens. Jesse A.g Sul-
livan, Stanley E.: Villarreal. Jeffrey
P.3 Villarreal, Mark Edward, Walker.
Carlton R.g Wheeler. David Eric:
White, Glenn A.g Wood, Ron A,
Alfonso, Joanne M.g Duckworth.
LuAnne Carter: Howell, Bernadine
Eg Mason, Lisa: Sanders. Ginny1 Ray-
born, Tena: Rogers. Amy
IN just the first semester of the 1981-82
school year, the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity
has already won all-university tennis and
bowling, interfraternity council Division I vol-
leyball, weightlifting, and armwrestling, Divi-
sion ll football, floor hockey, and basketball
while making the play-offs in every other
The Pikes hold such campus positions as As-
sociated Student Body Treasurer, IFC Presi-
dent, Liberal Arts and Science-Technology
senators and also have more Southern Style
members than any other Fraternity.
Social aspects of Being a Pi Kappa Alpha
member include Dreamgirl Formal, Florida
Party, Hawaiian, Toga, and Pat O'Brien Par-
ties. Along with publishing a calender featur-
ing twelve gorgeous campus beauties, the
Pikes work yearly with the special Olympics
Program, the American Cancer Society, and
were Marshalls for the Magnolia Golf Classic.
Alonzo, Reynolds C., Bailey, Jack
Darwin, Baker, Christopher Neal,
Barrett, Andrew Burton, Borgognoni,
Larry Dale, Broussard Jr., Paul N.,
Burkett, Samuel B., Butler, David
Howard, Byrge, Thomas Andrew Jr.
Carter, Steven Brian, Carrton, Jef-
frey l., Cobb, David Howell, Conner,
Harry Spring, Cook, Jerry, Cook, Jim
C., Cotton, G. Craig, Davis, Don E.,
Evans, James Marcus Jr.
Fulling, Gregory Lee, Gandy, Jerry
Leman, Hall, Thomas Robert, Ham-
mond, Douglas A., Harvey, John J.,
Hastings, Michael Scott, Hollis,
Charles Dixie, Johnson, Joseph Eric,
Joseph, Robert Shelton Jr.
Kirkland, Leslie Kent, Koestler, Mi- ld an
chael Wayne, Lacy, Steven K., Lee, ' ' I'
Martin J., Lockwood, Michael '5 'Y
Dwynn, Martinson, William Kelly, '
McCarty, Kevin Scott, McSwain, I , by X 1
Charlie C., Moore, Michael L.
Nettles, Stephen Joseph, Odom, Jo-
seph Neal, Palmer, Joseph W., Pol,
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Ragsdale, Russell Harold, Raley, Da-
vid S., Rials, Robert Miller: Roberts,
Charles Ray Jr., Scott Stanley Lee:
Sisson, James Lewis, Smilek, Greg-
ory Richard, Starks, Eugene A.: Sta-
ton, Edward Everett ll
Jones, Edward J., Vernon, Donald
Lane, Vogle, Stephen C., Wagner.
Brad L., Whatley Ill, J. Harold, Wil-
liams, Joel Guy, Williams, Lon Antho-
ny, Barnard, Tina, Bishop, Cynthia
Burkett, Kelly L., Coleman, Vickie
B., Elkins, Sherry L., Ely, Vallie Mi-
chelle, Fulton, Tamara C., Frye, Eliz-
abeth, Goodman, Laura L., Goodwin.
Beverly R., Grizzard. Laurie B.
Guffy, Laura Lee: Irby, Suzanne,
McKinney, Polly Ann: Odom. Sonia
M., Padgett, Margaret, Signa. Phyllis:
Smith, Sandra L., Swanson, Kathy
Celeste, Taylor, Melissa
Vann, Vicki, Victorian. Kim: Ward.
Amy L.: Welch, Virginia S.
Bancroft, D. Bruce, Bancroft, Robert
S., Barnes, Steve M., Batman, Kent
A., Beard, Clay, Blackledge, Charles
L., Bland, William R., Briggs, Bennett
L., Buchanan, Dick W.
Butler, Mark, Clarke, Joseph Ran-
som, Cook, David K., Coppage, Joel
A., Cosentino, Thomas S., Davis,
Charles J., Donahoe, Kerwin D.,
Douglas, Kent H., Downing, James C.
Duke, Buddy, Everill, Derek J., Ever-
ill, Nathan Rooke, Giddis, Kevin H.,
Gillespie, Hugh B., Gough, Greg Lee,
Guice, John M., Guion, John O.,
Guy, Anthony Lee, Harris, Charles
W., Hodges, Chris S., Holloman,
Timothy L., Houston, Jr. John W.,
Kennedy, Andy, Krawczyk, Joseph
Robert, Lindsay, Charles R., Man-
guno, Monte M.
Marine, Thomas W., Marshall, Mick-
ey, McKenzie, Butch W., Meigs, Wil-
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon was again chosen away the top
10 chapters in the nation this year, along with being
selected as a finalist in the community service award.
The chapter membership this year included 84 broth-
ers, 20 Little Sisters of Minerva, and Mom Eairley.
The E's placed second in Songfest, first in beauty,
originality and first overall Homecoming. There were
football parties, swaps, Winter Formal, and another
week-long Paddy Murphy. The SAE's were named
Outstanding Greek Organization by Hattiesburg Red
Cross, won its third annual Over-all Campus Spirit
Award, and won the M.D. Bowl for their 2nd Straight
year. Members participated at USM as ASB Senators,
Cheerleaders, Sorority Big Brothers, IFC Officers, in
Intramurals, Academic Honoraries, and varsity athlet-
Miller, Scott Hamilton, Mulkey,
James R., Myers, Rodney D., Naylor,
Mark A., Penn, Roger M., Penn, Wil-
liam M., Pruitt, Jeffery, Rhodes, Jeff
R., Rosamond, Mark
Rowells, Michael, Rush, Jack C., Sim-
mons, David, Smith, Ernest R.:
Spradley, Mark R., Stephens, Joe L.,
Stewart, James A., Tidwell, Jody:
Tucker, William C.
Vardaman, John, Walker, Allen
Drew, Waltman, Ken, Weimoris.
Mark, Williams, Harold G.: Wolver-
ton, Eddie, Borganelli, Sanci, Clay-
ton, Allison, Collins, Jayme Ann
Davis, Annette C,, Holifield. Jan:
Mobley, Patricia D., Morrow, Sherry,
Reedy, Elizabeth: Rogers. Becca, Sis-
son, Leslye A.: Sullivan, Donna M.,
Vardaman, Martha R., Vaughn, Su-
san Adair, Fairley, Virginia
The Theta Delta chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity was
officially installed on November 22, 1981 by national
officers and regional Sigma Chi chapters. In their first
year, Sigma Chi was defending their overall intramu-
ral sports championship, while in scholastics, Sigma
Chi once again obtained both pledge and active schol-
arship awards among fraternities. Sigma Chi members
are active as ASB senators, Golden Eagle football,
baseball, track, and tennis team members, IFC Presi-
dent, UAC Technical Director, Lambda Sigma Presi-
dent and Vice-President, Student Alumni Association
President, Southern Style, USM Mike Man, ODK
members, and membership in several other honorar-
ies. The Theta Delta chapter of Southern means
swaps, Sweetheart Ball, assisting Kiwanis with a play-
ground for handicapped children, Homecoming dis-
play awards, fourteen sorority big brothers, and win-
ter ski trips. Sigma Chi . . . you'll find it here.
Ainsworth, Steven, Alderman, Keith
H.: Baylis, Robert R.: Bartley, S.
Kreg: Beckham, John R.: Bowen III,
Robert L.: Box, James W.: Bradley,
Cheney, Guy N.: Conn, Anthony P.:
Cranshow, Chris R.: Crabb, Joe L.:
Duckworth, Raphael S.: Faust, David
L.: Finley, Michael E.: Franco, Thom-
as J.: Freeman, Frank B.
Gordon, John D.: Gordon, Rodney
Glen: Grantham, William M.: Haar-
ala, Randy K.: Haddox, Kevin G.:
Herbert, Curtis L., Jr.: Hoitt, Richard
Jay: Huff, Cecil Scott: Lakey, Terry
Leonard, Paul J.: Lockard, John
Thompson: Lucas, Alan Douglas:
May, Jeffery D.: Mclllwain, Kerry
Milstead, Marty: Nettles, Jerry W.:
Nettles, Ron E.: Oliver. Albert:
Peach, Mark P.: Rayborn. Timothy
A.: Schwartz, Alan C.: Scott. Bruce
R.: Snell, Bob Jackson lll
Stanford, Keith: Starter, Jeffrey B.:
Thompson, Richard Bruce: Tennon.
Jeffrey: Waddle, Benny: Waters. Joel
B.: Wilkinson, Mark C.: Williams. Bil-
ly G.: Wolverton, Gary A.
Blessing, Jacqueline: Flowers. Donna
K.: Gillespie, Pamela J.: Hemeter.
Robin L.: Lucas, Martha: Middleton.
Tracy M.: Noble, Stephanie L.: Phil-
lips, Alesia A.: Sproles. Amy
Strickland, Sissy: Welker, Angela C.:
Williams, Jadie L.: Williamson. Patri-
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Dawkins, Busch M., Denver, John,
Ellingburg, Joe R., Endris, John, Fish,
Arthur, Franciskato, Bobby, Graham,
Gregory, Hasson, Michael, Helgson,
Hicks, Steve, Hogue, Keith, Huggins,
Robert, Ingram, Kyle, Jackson, Har-
old, Kennedy, Tex, Klein, T.K,, Liv-
ingston, J. Scott, Massangle, Hoss
Massangle, Stan, McCrary, Magoo
M., Murphy, Patrick, O'Barr, Roder-
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to Memphis for the children of St. Judes Hospital . . . honorary organi-
zations. . .Who's Who. . ,student Senate. . .Southern Exposure . . .
Intramural or IFC Championships in Flag Football, Golf, Floor Hock-
ey, Softball, Swimming . .. Members on the varsity golf, football,
baseball, swimming teams .. . White Rose Formal in Natchez . . .
Cowboy Party . . . Mardi Gras Party . . . and the Toga Party at USM.
Public, John, Ricci, Rickg Ritchey,
Jong Rymer, Jeffg Sellers, Jeffg Smith,
Mark, Stanton, Doctor: Stewart,
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izes the fraternity based upon one cardinal principle . . . Brotherhood.
By creating an environment designed to allow its members to be
individuals as well as brothers, Sigma Phi Epsilon is unique to USM.
Members enjoy an excellent social program intermeshed with an
emphasis on scholarship. Yearly activities include: Casino Night Kfor-
mal rushl, Bal Masque, Formal, and Pirate Party.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is represented in the University Activities Council,
the USM Pride, Toastmasters, Omicron Delta Kappa, Army and Air
Force ROTC, Student-Alumni Association, and Who's Who Among
American Universities and Colleges.
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Johnson, Ken Waltman, Drew Walker, John Keys
Women's Basketball Cheerleaders
Glenis Wansley, Yvonne Harris, Robin Bush, Jenny Braden, Lori Schultheis
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Pictured are, from left: lst row-Jacquie Blessing, secretary, Joscelyn Davis, Vice-president, and Susan Keene, presidentg 2nd row: Perilyn Guernsey, Risette Posey, Tamara
Carr, Madelyn Folkes, Anna Gonzalez, Meribeth Brasier, Ziva McLelland, Rhonda Mullins, Cathy Floyd and Tammy Husserg 3rd row-Janna Weeks, Patricia Williamson, Amy
Sproles, Wynn Pigott, Amy Carlisle, Janie Richart, Josie Trentacoste, Pam Frazier, Jacquie Haynes, Sonja Carr, Alenda Woods, Suzanne Irby, Justine Hamrick, and Cathye
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Cheri Campbell, vice president, 2nd row: LeeAnn
Blackmer, sec.ftreas.g Cindy Blackmer, Lance
Chancellor, Melissa Winstead, Sandy Price, Shane
Gaston, Jenny Blackston, Butch Meyers, Mike
Krebs, Sandy Loveday, Gary Sessums, Susan La-
mey, Warren Dunn, Mystic Advisor. 3rd row: Sheila
Skipper, Cindy Martin, Vicki Wilson, Secretarial ad-
ministrator Cindy Stewart, Janet Davis, Lori Howell,
Jeannie Kirk. 4th row: Mascot, Rafe Duckworth,
Mascot, Toni Wells, Chuck Pardee, Dorothy Atkins,
Wade Hughes, Lee Ann Liberto, Kreg Bartley,
Frank Easterling, Bob Snell, Humor Coordinator,
Minnie Austin, Mystic-Assistant, Ken Waltman,
Ann Alexander, Mark Sullivan,
Golden Eagle Civitans
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Betty Jo Stuart
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Associated Student Body Cabinet
tAbove1 Gene Guernsey, Andy Howell, Susan Keene,
Reginald Smith, Ken Stribling, Charles Curry, Erin Fin-
ley, Gabe Kopf, David Turner, Chris Baker, Ivan Cross-
ley, Divid Dedeaux, Guy Grush, Alicia McKinley, Joni
Strickland, Ron Farris, Cindy Smartt, Tina Hines, Mar-
gie Putnam, Jim Slater, Christy Townley, Amy Sproles,
Toni Wells, Caren Chatham, Joe Paul.
11 Ken Stribling, President, 21 Andy Howell, vice presi-
dent, 31 Erin Finley, Secretary, 41 Chris Baker, treasur-
er, 51 Ron Farris, executive assistant, 61 David Dedeaux,
election commissioner, 71 Caren Chatham, special pro-
jects coordinator, 81 David Koelling, RHA president, 91
Tina Hines, RHA vice president, 101 Guy Grush, director
of public relations and Amy Sproles his assistant, 111
Joni Strickland, director of spirit for spring and her assis-
tant Alicia McKinley, 121 Toni Wells, Director of student
services and her assistant Charles Curry, 131 Gabe Kopf,
director of governmental relations and his assistant Su-
san Keene, 141 lvan Crossley, director of university rela-
tions and his assistant Cindy Smartt, 151 Jim Salter,
Greek life advisorg Reginald Smith, Minority affairs advi-
sorg David Turner, off campus advisor.
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Groth, Korby Gaines, Ken
Waltman, Valerie Pinson,
Rick Adams, Vickie
Gryder, Wes Peters, Eu-
gene Starks. Second Row:
Jana McKee, Buddy Lea-
vitt, Florence Hawkins,
Melissa Thomas, Charles
Mosley, Lucy Guice, Les-
ter Coleman, Melissa Tay-
lor, Becky McGirt, Shelia
Vaughn. Third Row: Rob-
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Howill, Jana Williamson,
Rooke Everill, Ginny
Sanders, Sam Burkett,
Diane Silver, Tamara
Dear, David Ginn, Jeff
Rhodes, Marty Milstead.
John Taylor-Vice President
Ken Waltman-Rush Chairman
First Row Emmory Determeyer Mark Weldy Chuck Roberts Jamie Stiglets Pam Campbell Greg Dawkins, Eugene Starks. Second Row Alan Mills Chris Smilek Eric Labat
Dennis James Robby Boyd Third Row Ken Waltman Chris Baker Clay Beard Monte Manguno David Smith, Marty Milstead. Fourth Row Bobby Grisson Rodger Singlex Ed
lst row: Patricia Matthews, Michelle Fausnaugh, Sheila Currie Egley, Lisa Carroll 2nd row: Susan Tannehill, Kim Ingram, Mary Beth Ramsey, Barbara
Ross, Maxine McCoy
Officers: Michelle Faus-
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Barbara Ross, Advisorg Q: f
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K Lisa Borne, Vice Presidentg
Cathy Egley, Advisorg
Phyllis Milton, Presidentg
Debbie Parker, SecretaryfTreasurer.
lst row: Rita Lilly, Bettye
Davis, Jan Holifield,
Caren Chatham, Susan
Keene, Anna Gonzalez,
Donna Henry, Cathy Ross
2nd row: Monte Manguno,
Greg Cassell, Rick Ad-
ams, Ron Rhoads, Joel
Waters, Jim Cook, Tony
Williams, Ken Waltman
Student Alumni Association
Carol McMichael, Lisa
Mason, Sanci Borganelli,
T.J, Inman, Stephanie
Breeland, Renee Hender-
son, Cynthia Walker,
Sharon Walker, Sherry El-
kins, and Kellie Uhland,
First Row: Jason Basinger, Marvin
Howard, Larry Gerladson, Russ Cloy,
Paul Keith, Walter Langley, David
McPhail, Robin Manan, Steve Long,
Bill Murray Second Row: Mike Woo-
dard, Robert Housely, Eddy Tyndall,
David Williams, James Dupree, Joe
Bryant, Steve Jackson, Jennie Boyd,
Terry Smith, Lee Ellisworth. Third
Row: Greg Price, Dennis Bennette,
Steven Pluff, Joe Burnett, John
Welsh, Patti Moulder, Amy Hille,
Ann Callaway, Jim Ott, Terry Ma-
gee, Gary Smith. Fourth Row: Ron
Taylor, Reginald Hubbard, Mike
Clay, John Chambliss, Ron Thornton,
Laura Fauler, Joyce Reed, John
Green, Brian Jay, Sammy Thurman,
Wayne Hardaway. Fifth Row: Kim
Jackson, Tommy Pisarich, Merry Lib-
by, Rickey Mosey, Angela Wallace,
Gaines Newell, Gary Cross, Rafe
First Row: Randy Minton Luther Lar-
Mark Collins John Gargarl Troy
Bell, Glennn Beasley, Clifton Ratliff,
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Army ROTC Military Science Cadets
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Emory Determeyer. Second Row:
Alex Chaney, Leona Boyd, Doryl
Knight, James Eskridge, Annie Bell,
Mike Delia, Luis Santana-Santiago,
Steve Ainsworth, Edward Jordan,
Mark Colbert. Third Row: Alice Hart,
Wilford Brown, Arthur Richards,
Charles Carson, Kenneth Hurllrert,
Antonio Fontecchio, James Thomas,
Cassandra Nicholson, James Hogue,
Deidre Ladner, Manuel Rodriguez.
Fourth Row: Jeffrey Harris, George
Gray, Leta Darden, Edwin Goddwin,
Edeard Station, Charles Hollis, Jef-
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McNeil, Hergo Saaverdra, James
Walker, Harry Huey, Kenneth Jim-
merson, James Bonners, Geanne
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Mrs. Louise Brown Mrs. Ottie Wells Captain Junior Treadway Sergeant Steven Earl Captain Donald Zodun
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ROTC Army Rangers
lst row: Mike Woodard,
Ron Taylor, Eddy Tyn-
dall, Walter Langley,
Gary Cross, David Wil-
liams, David McPhail,
John Green, Steve Long,
Paul Keith 2nd row: Jason
Basinger, Marvin Havard,
Robin Mahan, Mike Cloy,
Larry Henderson, Laura
Flower, Robert Housley,
Russ Cloy, John Chamb-
Scabbard and Blade
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McPhail, Cdtfmajor Rob-
ert Housely, CdtfI.TC
Russ Cloy, Cdtfmajor
Robin Maham, CdtfCol.
Jason Basinger, CdtfLTC
Marvin Havard, Cdtfmaj
Paul Keith, Cdtfmaj
Steve Long, Cdtfmaj
Golden Eagle Brigade Staff
AFROTC Arnold Air Society
AF ROTC Squadron Staff
lst row: Keith V. Tho-
maier, Public Affairsg
Alana Snow, Adm.g Wal-
ter Ord, Operationsg Es-
ther Bremmer, Comptrol-
lerg 2nd row: Ken
Scarborough, Vice Com-
manderg Chuck Albers,
Gecewicz, Advisorg Steve
Cohen, Pledge Trainer.
lst row: James Poss.
Commander: Col, Con-
roy, Advisorg David Da-
venhauer, Admg 2nd row:
Ricky Winterstein, Public
Affairsg Ray Bryan, Vice
Commanderg Charles Orr,
Department of Department Staff
First Row: Captain Boyd I I I I I
Wilson, Mrs. Lenise
Young, Colonel James
Conroy, Commander, Ma-
jor James Gecewicz. Sec-
ond Row: TSGT Ken Mill-
er, Captain Charles
Ashley, TSGT Jack Ma-
l gee, TSGT John Vamos.
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First Row: Robert Wood-
man, Alana Snow lCom-
manderl, Captain Boyd
Wilson lAdvisorJ, Second
Row: Robert Selman, El-
vis Gates, Valerie Ma-
leche, Noel Blevins, Sid-
ney Wilson, Linda Friesz.
Third Row: Kent Perry,
Tony Little, Tim Weiher,
Ron Gavin, Mark
Hwndscheid, Beth Gillum.
Not Pictured: Robert Ma-
son, Ron Moore, Kim
Chapman, Gary Essary,
Denise Johnson, Eric Mey-
First Row: Commander-
Cfmaj Brian Bauerlin, cf
ssgt Rob Mason, cfsgt
John Stevernson, cftsgt
Robert Woodman Second
Row: cfmsgt Richard
Ryan, cfssgt Maury Wil-
son, cftsgt Tim Wieher.
Third Row: cfsgt Vincient
Jefferson, cfsgt T.J.
Young, cfsgt Noel Blevins
Facing Away: cfsgt Ron
Mers Personnel Not Seen:
cftsgt Mark Hondshied,
cfssgt Gary Ben.
Baptist Student Union
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lst row: Bobby Blass, Barbara Whittington, Tom Ferguson, Todd Rogers, Will McCall, Carolyn Jackson. 2nd row: Lisa Moyer, Amy Frederick, Brian Ladner, Jimmy Stephenson, I
l lst row: Thelma Jackson, Sara Johnson, Jackie Anderson, Roscoe Miskel, Addie
S McBride, Sherman Gradison, Matel Payton. 2nd row: Lula Jane Carter, Joyce Eng-
! land, Donna Williams, Cynthia Walker, Francine Blount, Valerie Johnson, Mrs. J.
5 Catherine Wilson 3rd row: Beverett Thompson, Jacquline Miller, Steve Johnson, Willie
3 Burton, Eric Carter, David Simmons, Annie Tillman, Stephanie Butler, Thomas Den-
Q ham, Paul Johnson, Ronald Bingham, Sidney Payton, and John Creagh.
Latter Day Saints
Top: Sandy Loveday,
Mickey Welch, David
Johnson, Joe Brumfield
Bottom: Kathy Geiser,
Kathy Patrick, Linda Gib-
son, Alison Winstead,
Patti Shelton, Wendy
Winstead, Heidi Win-
stead, Jim Gibson, Vickie
Borcher, Teresa Wilson,
and Carol Johnson.
Officers: David Dedeaux
iTreasurerl, Jeanne Lee
Welsh lSecretaryl, Rod Gor-
don lPresidenti, and Joel Wa-
ters lVice Presidentl.
1st row: Amber Watson,
Jeanne Lee Welsh, Robin
Brown, Cathy Egley 2nd row:
Cheryl Hill, David Dedeaux,
Alice Hultz, David Groth,
Kristy Smith, Leigh Laney,
Joel Waters, Barbara Ross
iAdvisorl. 3rd rowg Rod Gor-
don, Dee Dee Morris, Ginny
Pittman, Richard Craven,
Tammy Hammond, Judy Bar-
tel, Carol Lucas, Josie Trenta-
coste, Brian Stiffler, Melissa
Winstead, Genice Armstrong,
Barbara Teel, Valerie Pinson,
Jeff Tinnon, and Amy Car-
Phi Theta Kappa
lst row lbottom to topl:
Alicia Mathis, April Mitch-
ell, Flo Harkins, Lorraine
Dunaway, Lisa Carter,
Billy Holifield 2nd row:
Roger Sanford, Greg
Jackson, Jan Ainsworth,
Reed, Lon Everett, Cindy
Warfield 3rd row: Rox-
anne Leomis, Melinda
Murphy, Tim Gilmore,
Lori Ehlers, Kecia Carter,
Paula Sanford, Tammy
Lee, Jill Ewald
lst row: Stephanie Lott
lPresidentl, Shawn Bates,
Susan Keene, Amy Rog-
ers, Becca Rogers, Donna
Henry, Cindy Smartt,
Sherry Dear 2nd row:
John Howell, Dr. John
Gonzales, Dr. Wallace
Kay, Dr. Joseph Cle-
ments, Sharon Lumpkin,
Caren Chatham, Eliza-
beth Frye, Jim Salter
Omicron Delta Kappa
1st row Rhonda Mitchell
TJ Inman Susan Keene
Leigh Ann Campbell
Amy Sproles unidenti
fied Elizabeth Frye Erm
Finley Stephanie Lott
Leah Richards Sharon
fam Polk Lisa Mason
Amy Rogers Melissa
Watts unidentified Kath
leen Koch Joan Katzen
mayer 3rd row Palmer
Paunovich Becca Rogers
Sherry Dear Kathy Wi
ley Cindy Smartt Sherri
Hays Mary Parker
Phi Delta Rho
Lumpkin. 2nd row: Stef- 188 Organizations
Phi Chi Theta
American Marketing Association
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Chi Tau Epsilon
1st row ltop to bottoml:
Sherry Carter, Kenta
Richardson, Sherry Lar-
sen, Sherry Mallette,
Terri Husley, Brenda Tay-
lor, Cathy Smith, David
Franklin, Curtis Lawson
2nd row: Wanda Simpson,
Steve Walker, Felice Fer-
guson, Cynthia Hunt, Lau-
rie Higgenbotham, David
Young, Tim Gilmore, Da-
vid Gosselin 3rd row:
Mary Ferguson, Lance
Chancellor, James Beas-
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Kappa Mu Epsilon
1st row: Mike Carpenter, Stevie Byrd. 2nd row: Susan Collmer, Liz O'Neal, Ms.
Lou Bell, Johnny Graves, Leah Fortenberry, April Mitchell, Charles Orr, Vivian
Thomas, Donna Huch. 3rd row: Marie Turnage, Mr. B. Knighton, Robbie
Keyes, Dr. Steve Doblin, Mrs. Alice Essary, Ching-shyang Chen.
Kappa Kappa Psi
Phi Mu Alpha
lst row: Diane Silver
tsweetheartl, Johnny AI-
ford isergeant at armsl,
Mike lngraffia lhistorianl,
Bonita Burgess isecre-
taryl, Bob Pilcher ivice-
presidentl, Jeff Miller
ipresidentl, Larry Atlow.
2nd row: Willie Lawrence,
Mike Wilson, Brian
Stiffler, Tripp Morris,
Ricky Suk. 3rd row: Frank
Gentile, Bob Gilmore, Do-
lst row: Keith Sharp,
Frank Gentile, Richard
Ward, Robert Chabot,
Holly Compton, Annie
Young, Jamin Hoffman.
2nd row: Vincent Rosse.
Bruce Hardy, Danny
Doyle, Warren Galle,
John Conway. Robert
Conway, Ricky Suk. 3rd
row: Randy Dickerson.
Mark Gibson. Peter
Nomed, Tom Grant. Dr.
John Donahue CAdvisorl
4th row: Glenn France.
Thomas Ferguson, Joseph
Britain, Robert Keating.
Jeffrey Lynn. Bill Ford,
Southern Geological Society, Inc.
First Row: Carla Smith,
Darren Dueitt, Joel Davis,
Shair Rhaim, Bill Curris,
JoAnne Thigpen, Gary
Rush, Liz Styron, Tim
Hester, John Warner.
Second row: Jay Collins,
Mike Wright, Roger
Crwson, Carolyne Cole,
Mark Segars, John Tay-
lor, Karen Primm, Dr.
Froelicher, Phil Purser.
Third row: Dr. Maurice
Meylan, Mike Bradshaw,
Steve Cash, Angie
Hawes, Reggie Ladner,
Ross Williams, Randy Bis-
sell, Charlie Smith, Davy
Simonson, Debbie Ulmer,
Chris Bowen, Pete Wal-
ley, Randy Smith, Ridk
Ricci, Sally Burnham, Ben
Anderson, Lael Haaseth,
Jack Wintle, Roger San-
ford, Rita Eubanks.
First row: Brian Kinkoph,
Deniel Rogers, Monte
Keel, unidentified, Mike
Stallone, Jeff Smith, Dr.
Roger Hester lAdvisorl,
Andy Voda. Second Row:
Chuck Fite, Raymond
HSU, Ken Engelherdt, un-
identified, Ken Cooley,
Jean Jarufe, David Wig-
gins, Rajee Vaidya, Mark
Nenweiler. Third Row:
Brewer Hutchinson, Janet
Adams, Carla Cotruxo,
Natalie Wood lPublic Re-
lationsl, Patricia Lewis
lPresidentl, Greg Wos-
comb, Gary Robertson,
Janis Witchen, Sharon
Ken Stevens, Rod Mar-
Society of Polymer Scientists
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First Row: Kitty McElroy lTreasurerl, Katherine Davis lFaculty Advisorl, Olin Funderburk, Bobby Grissom, Ginny Toole lSecretaryl, Benjie Jackson, Ricky Johnson, David I
Rhodes, Barry Tierce. Second Row: Ralph Edwards lVice-Presidentl, Denny McPhate, Charles Nickels, Guy Cheney lPresidentl, Doug Tubertini. Third Row: Steve Edsall Nice-
Presidentl, Edward Buckley, Ray Dudley. Not Pictured: George Mathis lFaculty Advisorl, Kim Tadlock, Donald Makamson, Ronnie Makamason, Frank Scianna, Mike Adams,
David Chapman, Clay Davis, Russell Robinson, Kevin Roberts, Robert Blackwell, Louis Santana. '
lst row: Anthony Toney,
Joyce Maxcey, Colonel
Buck, Vice President,
Norman Carnovale 2nd
row: Thomas Chatman,
Yvetta Hines, Cathy
Broome, Debbie Mari-
sano, secretary, Ann Ca-
laway, James Graves, Ysi-
dro Salinas, Advisor 3rd
row: B.J. Covington, Ad-
ministrator, Paul Allen,
Karen Brown, Frank Eas-
Dwayne Manning, Tom
Rigby 4th row: Randy Ha-
mill, reporterg Shawn Ro-
mine, Ronald Bingham,
Mike Grill, President, Da-
vid Ivy, Sargeant at Arms
Student Education Association
Association of Computing Machinery
Robby Keyes President
Joel Craig Vice President
Sabrena Gill Secretary f Treasurer
Mike McKinley Steering Committee
Bobby Yates Steering Committee
Martha Johnson Steering Committee
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Michael Joachim, Ricky
Ward, Billy Thornton, Jr.,
Mark Antoine, Kim
Shuck, Patrice Stevens,
Rebecca Frank, Vickie
Coleman, Kiely Cockrell,
Melissa Patterson, Mark
King, Keith Morris,
Joanne O'Keefe, Jeffrey
O'Keefe, Karen Gallo-
way, Virginia Hill, Advi-
sor, Larry Bennett, Juan
1st row: Lisa Feuerriege,
Kathy Cieglo isocial
Chairmanl, Drr Linda
Donnell iadvisorl, Vickie
Hamrick, Darlene Wil-
liams, Denise Jones 2nd
row: Jane Harthcock, Joy
Wixon, Patricia Matthews
iProgram Chairmanl, Lib-
by Egger iPresidentl,
Rooke Everill itreasurerl,
Rita Lilly isecretaryl, Mi'
chelle Fausnaugh, and
Speech Commumcatlon Assoclatlon
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' Paralegal Society
Front Row: Dr. Joseph
Parker, Amy Ward, Deb-
bie Hicks, Caren Powell,
Ruth Bealor, Anna
Hendry, Teresa Hinton,
Cheryl Lanbertg Second
Row: Travis Taylor, Andy
Stetleman, Laurie Berry-
hill, Elizabeth Henshaw,
Venessa Lindsey, Hank
Ros, Janis Monk, Beverly
Biter, Ann Wedding, Dan
Hester, Karen Hardy. Of-
ficers: Dan Hester, presi-
dent, Beverly Biter, vice
president, Cheryl Lam-
bert, secretaryg Teresa
Alpha Psi Omega
Student Nurses Association
International Food Service Executives Association
1st row: Awana Furr
lpresidentl, Susan Ste-
vens lvice-presidentl, An-
gela Callista, Michelle
Bond 2nd row: Ms. Jane
Hudson ladvisorl, Kathy
Welch, Edna Enslin, Mary
Stinson, Kathy Simmons
3rd row: Lisa Wicker, De-
bra Bolan , Vicki Picker-
ing 4th row: Renee Gable,
Paula Ainsworth ltreasur-
erl, Rebecca Hinton, Greg
Meyers, Beth Parham,
Paul Curbow, Lisa Smith,
Front: Wayne Williams,
Butch Myers, Cathye
Ross, Doris Norman, Cin-
dy Marting Back: Warren
Dunn, Wade Hughes,
Alva Sims, Julie Easterl-
ing, Jaffee Swetman, Tina
Tumbling, Lance Chan-
L-R: Cynthia McBeth, Ha-
zel Harper, Blake Can-
non, Daelin May, Guy
Parker, Dot Axton Nice'
Presidentl, Pam Zumwalt,
Angie Guercia, Ed Currie
lPresidentl, Theresa Ev-
ans, Paige Sparks, Helen
Rentz lSecfTreasl, Paul
Terrell, Theresa Bryant,
Alex Smith, Martha
Smith, and Kent Rid-
Rec Club l
Golden Eagle Karate Club
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lst row: Terry Thornhill, Steve Jennings, Darnell Shields, and Dennis Wright. 2nd row: Ray Powell, James Graves, and Kent Tolbert. 3rd row: Mary l-logue, Johnny Odendhal,
and Wade Nation. 4th row: Mary Thomaier, Darlene Dauro, and Shelton Foazell. 5th row: Charles Sterling, Don Porter, Tina Hughey, Shelton Houston, Kenneth Jimmerson, and
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Executive Cabinet of RHA: Sarah Smith, Suzi Kergo-
sien, David Koelling, Susan Guy, Tammy Jo Ham- 4
mond, Pat Wylie, Tina Hines, and Belinda Reed. -..Leland .4
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College of Education
College of Fine Arts
School of Health, Physical
Education and Recreation
School of Home Economics
College of Liberal Arts
School of Library Service
School of Nursing
College of Science and
School of Social Work
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Rapid technological change, the increasing
complexity of society, and the growing role of
government in business, economic, and social
affairs are placing new requirements on the
administration throughout the country
whether they are employed in business, gov-
ernment, or non-profit organizations.
Within the College of Business Administra-
tion the content of the courses and the cur-
ricula are changed as needed to see that the
college meets its primary objective of assist-
ing students in securing entry-level positions
in business and government and provides
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them the background for attaining higher lev-
els of managerial responsibility after exper-
ience. The young men and women who study
in the college are provided with the opportu-
nity for a liberal, education as well as profes-
sional training. They are prepared to be flexi-
ble in their thinking and adaptable to change
as well as knowledgeable in their chosen
fields. Thus they are given help in preparing
not only for careers but also for satisfactory
lives and as constructive citizens.
A second objective of the college is to provide
quality graduate education at the master's
degree level for those currently working in
business, military personnel with a need for
business education, and college graduates
who intend to pursue further graduate work
or preparing not only for careers but also for
better starting positions.
The college is committed as resources per-
mit, to servicing businesses, professional
groups, and governmental units in the area
through applied research and the sponsoring
of workshops and seminars. The academic
areas are the School of Professional Accoun-
tancy, and the Departments of Economics,
Finance, Management, and Marketing. Jo-
seph Greene fleftl is the dean of the College
of Business Administration and the senators
tbelowl for 1981-82 were Joli Boardman,
Ken Waltman, Jana Williamson, Marty Mil-
stead, David Ginn, and Rick Adams.
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The University of Southern Mississippi
through its College of Education and Psychol-
ogy, holds membership in the American As-
sociation of Colleges for Teacher Education.
All undergraduate programs in teacher edu-
cation are fully accredited by the National
Council for Accreditation of Teacher Educa-
The purposes of the College of Education
and Psychology are: ill to prepare teachers
for the public schools and the colleges and
universitiesg l2l to offer non-teaching degree
programs on the undergraduate level in busi-
ness education, industrial mechanics, psy-
chology, and social and rehabilitation ser-
vicesg l3l to provide clinical and professional
services to the public schools of Mississippi
and to the Universityg and C45 to promote
educational and psychological research.
Bobby Dean Anderson lrightl is the dean of
the College of Education and Psychology and
The primary purpose of the College of Fine
Arts is to provide its students with a well
rounded preparation for professional and
teaching careers in one of the many branches
of art, music, dance, or theatre. ln addition, it
seeks to provide opportunities for students in
all departments of the University to partici-
pate in artistic activities and develop an
awareness of cultural values. To achieve its
purposes, the College of Fine Arts offers
courses of study centered around a core of
theoretical, historical, and other academic
subjects, as well as performance activities
that are designed to develop artistic ability
and general cultural awareness. Dean of the
College is John E. Green while the senators
representing the College for 1981-82 were
Robert Thompson and Diane Silvers.
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The primary purpose of the School of Health,
Physical Education, and Recreation is to edu-
cate future leaders in the fields of athletic
administration and coaching, health, physical
education, and recreation. Also of equal im-
portance is the coordination of the physical
education activity course program, intramu-
ral activities, extramural sports clubs, and
the recreational equipment loan service. The
school is also responsible for coordinating the
required physical education activity program
and the intramural recreation sports pro-
gram for the university.
There are five departments in the school of
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.
They are Athletic administration and Coach-
ing, Health and Safety Education, Physical
Education, Recreation, and Intramural Re-
creational Sports. Walter Cooper is the Dean
of the School and Lester Coleman represent-
ed the School in the ASB Senate for the
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The curricula in the School of Home Econom-
ics are planned to place major emphasis on
careers and on improving family life. Stu-
dents are prepared to assume responsibilities
in areas related to the various aspects of liv-
ing concerned with the environment of the
individual, the family, and the community.
The School of Home Economics is divided
into four departments: Environmental De-
sign, Family Life Studies, Institution Adminis-
tration, and Home Economics Education.
Sarah Gibbs is the Dean of the School of
Home Economics lleftl and Rooke Everill lfar
leftl represents the school in the ASB as sena-
tor for 1981-82.
The College of Liberal Arts provides a broad
cultural and educational experience to help
students acquire the means of making self-
education the rewarding enterprise of a life-
time as well as to guide them in their prepara-
tion to serve both society and their own self
interest productively and responsibly. Stu-
dents are encouraged to widen their inter-
ests, to develop mature habits of observation
and reading in the major areas of man't cul-
tural heritage, and to learn to think logically,
communicate effectively, and judge wisely.
The College of Liberal Arts is organized into
fourteen departments: Aerospace Studies,
Criminal Justice, English, Foreign Lan-
guages, Geography and Area Development,
History, Journalism, Military Science, Philos-
ophy and Religion, Political Science, Radio,
Television, and Film, Sociology and Anthro-
pology, Speech and Hearing Sciences, and
James H. Sims trightl is the Dean of the Col-
lege of Liberal Arts while the senators ffar
rightl for 1981-82 were Ginny Sanders, Wes
Peters, Eugene Starks, David Groth, Melissa
Taylor, and Jeff Rhoads.
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The primary purpose of the School of Library
Service is to educate students for careers of
librarianship and related fields. With the cur-
rent emphasis on all media formats, the cur-
riculum is planned to prepare future librar-
ians to organize, develop, facilitate, and
evaluate a multiplicity of print and non-print
resources in varying types of libraries.
The School of Library Service is an institu-
tional member of the American Library Asso-
ciation, Association of American Library
Schools, and the Mississippi Library Associ-
ation. The graduate program in Library Sci-
ence is accredited by the American Library
Association. Onva K. Boshears is the Dean of
the School and its 1981-82 senator was Val-
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The University of Southern Mississippi
School of Nursing, through its undergrad-
uate, graduate and continuing education pro-
grams prepares nurses for a great range of
job opportunities serving as valued members
of today's health team. The baccalaureate
degree in nursing is the first professional de-
gree in nursing. The baccalaureate graduate
is prepared for beginning general practice of
professional nursing in hospitals, community
helath agencies, and other health care agen-
cies where nursing care is provided. This de-
gree provides the educational background
necessary for graduate study in nursing.
Specialization in nursing occurs at the gra-
duate level. The School of Nursing, through
the Graduate School, offers the Master of
Nursing, Community Health Nursing, and
Nursing Service Administration. Role options
are available in teaching, administration or
The continuing education program provides
the educational opportunities for registerd
nurses to maintain and augment nursing
knowledge and skill competencies beyond ini-
tial preparation. The rapid changes which
are occurring in the health care field today,
place responsibility for continued learning
upon all practicing nurses whose goal is to
provide the best in nursing care and in nurs-
ing education. Jerri H. Laube lrightl is the
Dean of the School of Nursing and Sheila
Vaughn lfar rightl serves as senator for the
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The College of Science and Technology has
enjoyed phenomenal growth since its begin-
ning 14 years ago. USM's young faculty with
the aid of thoroughly modern facilities has
worked hard to achieve the objectives of ex-
cellence in teaching, research, and service.
We are dedicated to helping solve the prob-
lems of today's world, in all scientific areas,
ranging from our development of cardiac
monitoring instruments to the excavation of
fossils of large aquatic mammals.
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The college offers a combination of tradition-
al and innovative programs in science, tech-
nology, and mathematics. Our 12 depart-
ments offer 20 different majors and 10 pre
professional programs. We have many
unique features such as learning labs, which
individualize instruction, co-op programs,
and student assisted research projects. The
marine biology department is especially
strong, due to our close proximity to the Gulf
Coast Research Lab. Our technological pro-
grams are specially developed for direct ap-
plication to industry. They are designed to
give students a working knowledge of indus-
trial application and an understanding of ba-
sic supervisory skills.
Industry advisory boards have been estab-
lished to assure that our curriculum remains
up to date, practical and pertinent. USM
graduates are continually proving the worth
of the Science and Technology programs
with successful careers throughout the world
in all areas of science and technology.
Bary Wildman lrightl is the Dean of the Col-
lege of Science and Technology, and the sen-
ators Cbelowl are Lucy Guice, Sam Burkett,
Vicki Gryder, Paul Allen, Mellissa Thomas,
and Charles Moseley.
The Honors College was established July 1,
1976, as an expansion and reorgnization of
the former Honors Center. The purpose of
the Honors College is to provide superior stu-
dents with a broadly based, humanistic un-
dergraduate education, to give a proper set-
ting and perspective to their more specialized
studies, and to challenge them to their best
efforts. Its aim is to identify, encourage, and
reward academic excellence in all fields and
to serve students with widely varying aca-
demic interest, awarding degrees cum laude,
magna cum laude, and summa cum laude.
Any major offered by the university can be
chosen by an Honors Collete student. The
core curriculum, however, will be replaced
by research projects, independent study, and
an honors core.
The University and the community benefit
from the Honors College through special ser-
vice such as the University Program Series,
which consists of a lecture series, outstanding
films, panel, and other informative programs.
Dean of the Honors College is Wallace Kay.
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The graduate school of Social Work at USM
is fully accredited and offers the only MSW
degree in the state of Mississippi. The School
of Social Work prepares students for service
to individuals, families, groups, and commu-
USM offers three separate programs in the
department of Social Work and they are reg-
ular, accelerated, and part-time. Students
spend a good deal of their time working in
social agencies because the curriculum is
competencey based and practice oriented.
The USM program is dedicated to training
students to help with significant social pro-
grams among various groups of people. Dean
of the School of Social Work is Shirley Jones
lrightl while senator for 1981-82 was Flor-
ence Harkins lfar rightl.
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DR. AUBREY K. LUCAS
Mo ing U SM
To ard Distin tion
"This university is moving toward a kind of
distinction that cannot be denied it,', says
Aubrey K. Lucas, president of USM "Every-
one here wants it and it's being realized
gradually but surely."
Lucas has been associated with USM for al-
most 30 years in one way or another. He first
entered school here in 1952 as an undergrad-
uate. Four years later with a major in Ele-
mentary Education and a minor in History,
Lucas worked on his Master's Degree in
Reading while serving as Assistnat Director
of the Reading Clinic. After teaching one
year of Reading at Hinds Junior College, he
returned to USM as director of Admissions
and also served as Registrar and Dean of the
Graduate School before becoming President
of Delta State University. "He came back,"
as one person puts it, "to USM in 1975, this
time as presidentf'
"lf I have any success as president here, it
will be because the students, faculty, staff
and alumni have nurtured me to be the kind
of president they feel their university needs,"
says Lucas. In his seven years as president of
Southern, he says, "the biggest thing I feel
l've accomplished is to create an environ-
ment in which people with ability can devel-
Lucas says he could point to curriculm or
by Susan Wolfe
buildings as part of his success as a university
president, "but that does not a university
make." He adds, "A university is people who
need to be encouraged, persuaded and re-
warded to do those things which they can do
"l've always enjoyed the teaching field,"
says Lucas, "but it seems my fate to devote
most of my time to administration." He adds
that his happiest moments are "seeing the
faculty teaching beautifully, publishing, cre-
ating, researching, developing students and
rendering service to the state."
Lucas said there is greater enthusiasm at
USM and he credits some of that to the suc-
cess in athletics. "I'm convinced that our suc-
cessful athletic program gives us greater visa-
bility than anything we could have done. It is
"I want us to be a university of great value
particularly to this state and I want us to be
judged by the people of this state to be the
very best." Among those things Lucas wants
for the university are a well paid faculty with
national and international reputations, a
Health-Education building, additions to the
Cook Library, improved library holdings, ren-
ovated or replaced dormatories, better
equipment for teaching and research and im-
proved offices for the faculty. "My main con-
cern," says Lucas, "is financing the universi-
ty and these goals in the face of the state's
When asked how he feels about this universi-
ty which seems as much a part of his life as his
wife, Ella, and his four children, Frances, 25,
Carol, 20, Alan, 18, and Mark 13, Lucas
replies, "I love this university . . . l'm proud
Mr. and Miss USM
and Susan Keene
Homecoming Court 1981
Queen Sherry Morrow
Escort Ken Stribling
Student Body Maid Freshman Maid Sophomore Maid
Lisa Mason Angela Fokakis Jayme Collins
Escort Andy Howell Escort Gabe Kopf Escort David Koelling
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Every spring semester the Greek community at USM comes together
for the annual Greek Games competetion at USM's Lake Sehoy. Each
fraternity is randomly paired with a sorority to comprise the teams.
Weeks before the day-long competition, the teams ready themselves
for such events as relay races, swimming, and tug-o-wars.
Having selected their most deserving members, the fraternity and
sorority team that wins the overall Greek Games competition also
takes the honor of having the University's Greek God and Goddess for
the year. For 1981 that honor went to Kappa Sigma and Chi Omega
whose members Randy Shepherd and Nena Brister are USM,s Greek
God and Goddess.
Nena Brister was a senior from Crystal Springs, Mississippi. She
persued a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communication
while minoring in English. While at the University of Southern Missis-
sippi, Nena was a member of Chi Omega sorority, Southern Style, the
1980-81 Lady Eagles Basketball team, and was a Sigma Alpha
Epsilon little sister. Nena is the daughter of Mrs. Eva Brister of Crystal
Springs and Mr. Lowery Lee Brister of Gulfport, Mississippi.
And Nena Brister
Randy Shepherd was a senior from Greenville, Mississippi majoring in
building construction technology. Randy has played all intramural
sports, was an lnter Fraternity Council delegate, and a member of the
American Institute Constructors. An active member of Kappa Sigma
fraternity, Randy has served as pledge trainer and guard.
PeoplefGreek God and Goddess 257
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BILLY ALLEN ROBERT VAN ALLER BOBBY DEAN ANDERSON
Director of High Schogl and Junigr CQIIQQQ Dean of Graduate School Dean of College of EClLlCatiOn and
MINNIE R. AUSTIN THOMAS SCOTT BATEMAN ONVA K. BOSHEARS
Assistant to the director of RC. Cook Director of Communications Services Dean of School of Library Science
JESSE BOYD HARRY BROWN WILLIAM BRUNDAGE
Director of the University Commons Director of Accounting Services Director of Research and Sponsored
JAMES RAY CARPENTER ACE CLEVELAND TI-IURMAN L. COLLINS
Golf Professional and Instructor Sports Information Director Head Football Coach
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BETTY GILLIS COOLEY WALTER COOPER ROLAND DALE
Bursar Dean of School of Health, Phys. Ed. and Athletic Director
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Director of English Language Institute Director of Career Advisement and Director of University Union and Student
Cooperative Education Activities
PETER EASTON DURKEE ALINE R. EDDINS THOMAS ESTES
Vice President for Student Affairs Director of the Office of Veterans Affairs Vice President of Business and Finance
WILLIAM G. FRON NICHGLAS H. FRUGE SARAH GIBBS
Director of Financial Aid Assistant to Vice President of Academic Dean of School of Home Economics
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CLYDE GINN JOAN GLOVER BILLY WES GORE
Dean of Continuing Education Manager of University Bookstore Dean-USM at Natchez
WILLIAM R. GRANTHAM JOE GREEN JOHN GREEN
Dean of Students Dean of College of Business Administration Dean of Cgllege of Fine Arts
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HOWARD GENE ROBERT HARRINGTON, JR. JOE HOLLOWAY
Director of Personnel Services Dean-USM at Gulf Park
Director of Physical Plant
HOWARD MILLER ALBERT JOSEPH JAEGER JANICE JAMES
Director, Department of Public Safety Assistant Vice President of Business and Manager of Research and Sponsored Program
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DIANA KAY JAMES ROGER B. JOHNSON ROGER JOHNSON
Women's Basketball Coach Executive Administrative Assistant to the English Language Institute
SHIRLEY JONES WALLACE KAY W.E. KIRKPATRICK
Dean of School of Social Work Dean of Honors College Director of Public Relations
ROBERT KEVITZ CECIL KLUTTS JERRI LAUBE
Director of Housing Director of Purchasing Dean of School of Nursing
CARL LAWRENCE ALICE MAW CHARLES MCNEIL
Director of Placement Services Director of International Student Director of Admissions
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DANNY MONTGOMERY POWELL OGLETREE JOSEPH SCOTT PAUL --
Registrar Director of Alumni Activities Assistant to the Vice President for Student
ERIC PRENSHAW CHARLES PROBST GENE SAUCIER
Assistant to the Vice President of Dean of Student Serv Dean of Admissions and Special Academic
Academic Affairs Services
WILLIAM C. SCRUGGS BILL SHAFER JAMES SIS
Director of Computer Center Director of the University Counseling Dean of College of Liberal Arts
KEN SMITH CELESTIAN TAYLOR SHELBY THAMES
Business Manager for Auxiliarieg Assistant Athletic Director and Head Vice President of Administration and
Baseball Coach Regional Campuses
Dean of Continuing Education
MALCOLM TURK SIDNEY WEATHERFORD
Menis Basketball Coach
Director of Institutional Research
JOHN WELLONS GARY WILDMAN KAREN YARBURCUGH
Director of Development Dean of College of Science and Technology Viw President of Academic Affairs
LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP FOR USM ADMINISTRATORS
3 d J mes Sims Joe Holloway Jerri Laube Sara Gibbs Roy
lst: Shelby Thames, Joe Paul, Susan Graham, Shirley Jones, 2nd: Gary Wildman, Walter Cooper, Gene Tinnong r : a ,...
Moore, Peter Durkeeg 4th: Al Jaeger, Roger Johnson, Karen Yarbrough, Bill Gore, Nick Frugeg 5th: Sidney Weatherford, Rader Grantham, Aubrey Lucas. Gene Saucier, Tom Es-
de Ginn Bob Van Aller' 6th: Wallace Kay, Dick Prenshaw, John Green, Joe Green, Roland Dale, Charles Probst, Bob Anderson.
tes, Cly , ,
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AMO G STUDE TS IN AMERICAN
COLLEGES AND U IVERSITIES
Southern Style, Mini-quarter facilitatorg Kappa Delta Sorority, Vice-President of
Pledge class, Vice-President of Sorority, Public Relations Chairman, Standards
Board Chairman, Student Alumni Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, Sigman
Nu Sweetheart, President of Junior Panhellenicg Member of the USM Band Flag
Corpsg Pi Tau Chi Honorary Religious Societyg University Relation Councilg Univer-
sity Activities Council, Officer Review Board, Non-Music Committee, American
lnstructors of the Deaf lCAlDlg American Organization for Education of the Hear-
ing lmpaired IAOEHDQ Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, Speech
and Hearing Association, Student Education Association, Dean's List, Kappa Delta
JOHNNY ATHERTON A
Alpha Lambda Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Southern Toastmasters, Charter
Member, Sargent-At-Arms, Social Committeeg American Marketing Associationg
Deans List, Inter-Fraternity Council, Delegate, Executive Board, President, Judici-
al Board, Fraternity-Sorority Committee Memberg Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President,
President, Executive Council, Most Improved Member Award.
Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Active of the Year,
lnter-fraternity Council, President, Treasurer, Delegate, Associated Student Body,
Treasurer, Senator for the School of Business, Cabinet, Documents Committee
Chairman, Election Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi,
Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Beta Gamma Sigma, Kappa Delta Sorority Big Brother,
Dean's List, President's List.
Southerner Editor-in-chief, Southerner Classes Co-editor, ASB Election Council,
ASB Student Services Committee, Rho Gamma, Charter President, Omicron Delta
Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Sigma Gamma, American Marketing Associ-
ation, University Publications Board, Golden Eagle Civitans, UAC, Non-voting
member, USM Dean's List, USM President's List, National Dean's List, Alpha Phi
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Chi Omega, Publicity Chairman, Phi Chi Theta, President,
Rush Chairman, Kappa Sigma Little Sister, ASB, Executive Secretary, Mississippi
Youth Congress, Alph Phi Omega, Secretary, Treasurer, Campus Crusade for
Christ, Society for Advancement of Management, Young Republicans for USM,
Civitan Club, Student-Alumni Association, Chi-O-Tee Singing Group, Committee
on Services and Resources for Women, Public Safety Advisory Council, Business
Omicron Delta Kappa, Southern Style Member, Mini-Quarter Facilitator, Universi-
ty Activities Council lUACl, Officer Review Board, Dean's List, Member of Delta
Delta Delta Sorority, Pledge Trainer, Marshall, Service Projects, ASB Cabinet
Member, Director of Governmental Relations. Chairman: Special Projects Coordin-
ator for ASB, Member of Student Alumni Association, Secretary, Public Relations
Chairman, Member of Student Judicial Committee.
Who's Who 271
President's and Dean's List, Recipient of Betty Duke Craft Scholarship, Member of
Chi Omega Fraternity, Panellenic Representative, Civitan Club, International Food
Service Executive Association, Institutional Administration Club, Kappa Omicron
Phi, Home Ecomonics Honorary, Omicron Delta Kappa, Panhellenic Rush Chair-
person, Senior Class Representative in Dietetics, Sigma Nu Fraternity Little Sister.
Panhellic Council, President, Vice-President, Jr. Panhellenic Advisor, Speech
Communication Association, Vice-President, Delta Zeta Sorority, Vice-President,
Rush Chairperson, House Chairman Guard, Voted Outstanding Active, Chairper-
son of Sophomore Class, Rho Lambda National Panhellenic Recognition Society,
Charter President, Pi Tau Chi National Honor Society in Religion, Vice-President,
Wesley Foundation Clown, President, Organizer, Public Relations Student Society
of American National Liaison, Gold Tender, Campus Crusade for Christ, Ivah O.
Wilber Scholarship, Fraternity and Sorority Committee, Jr. Civitans.
272 Who's Who
IVAN B. CROSSLEY
Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Pledge Class President, Academic
Brother of the Year, Executive Director of Miss Black and Gold Pagaent, Peat,
Marwick, Mitchell and Co, ICPAJ Scholastic Award, Dean's List, National Dean's
List, ASB Director of University Relations, Student Judicial Council, Afro Ameri-
can Cultural Society, Vice-President, University Publications Board, University
Traffic Appeals Board, American Marketing Association.
Chi Omega, Vice-President, 1980 Song Fest Chairperson, Rush Information Chair-
person, Vocations and Programs Chairperson, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Episi-
lon Delta, Student Alumni Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, National
Dean's List, President's List, Phi Delta Rho, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Beta Beta Beta.
STEPHEN THOMAS EDSALL
Sigma Lambda Chi, President, Student Constructors, President, USM Home-
builders, Treasurer, University Activities Council, Voting Member, Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, Secretary, Brotherhood Development Coordinator, National Association of
Homebuilders, American Institute of Constructors, Construction Specifications
Institute, NAHB Scholarship Winner, National Eagle Scout Association, Assistant
Scoutmaster Troop 11, Associated General Contractors, Delta Zeta Big Brother.
ERIN F INLEY
ASB Secretary, ASB Senate Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Rho,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Society for Advancement of Manage-
ment, Most Outstanding New Member, President, Phi Beta Lambda, American
Society for Personnel Administration, Chi Omega Social Sorority, Dean's List,
President's List, National Dean's List Member, USM Women's Varsity Basketball
Cheerleader, C2 yrsl USM Ski Club, USM Publication's Board, National Register of
Outstanding College Graduates, Troy C. Hill Memorial Award in Personnel Man-
agement, ACT Scholarship.
President's List, Most Outstanding Freshman Women, Campus beauty K3 yrsl, Miss
Copiah County, Talent Winner and First Alternate to Miss Southern, Junior Home-
coming Maid, Dixie Darling l2 yrsl, Captain, Chi-Omega Rush Chairperson, Most
Outstanding Pledge, Phi Kappa Alpha Little Sister and National Finalist in Calen-
dar Competition C2 yrsl, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Tau Epsilon,
Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Nutcracker K2 yrsl, Kiss Me Kate.
Kappa Delta Sorority, President for two Years, Omicron Delta Kappa 1 Phi Delta
Rho, Rho Lambda, Kappa Omicron Phi, Secretary: Alpha Lambda Delta. Vice-
President, American Marketing Association, Home Ecomonics Club: Associated
Student Body Election Council, Recipient of the Kappa Delta Founders' Scholars
ship, Recipient of lvah O. Wilber Panhellenic Scholarship: Resident Assistant: Pi
Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Dean's List, Presidents List.
Who's Who 273
ASB Director of Public Relations, ASB Management, Kappa Sigma Fraternity,
House Manager, Pledge Trainer, R.J. J.Lindon House award, Outstanding Big
Brother, Public Relations Student Society of America, President, Sigma Delta Chi,
Vice-President, USM powerlifting team, Student Printz, Staff Writer.
TAMARA J . INMAN
Outstanding Freshman Woman 1978-79, Top Five Freshmen Women 1978-79,
Freshman Homecoming Maid 1978, Sophomore Homecoming Maid 1979, Top
Ten Beauty C3 yrsl, Basketball Cheerleader 1978-79, Football Cheerleader K2 yrsl,
Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Social Chairperson, Historian, Phi Kappa Tau Little
Sister 14 yrsl, Theatre Service Award Scholarship, Dean's List, President's List,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Sigma, Phi Delta Rho, Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary,
Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Roles in 17 USM Theatre Productions.
274 Who's Who
Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's List, Phi Delta Kappa, Chi Omega, Pledge Vice-
President, Assistant Personnel Director, Social and Civic Chairperson, Southern
Style, Vice-President, ASB Election Commission, Student Alumni Association, Mini
Quarter Facilitator, Student Council for Exceptional Children QSCECD, Student
Education Association tSEAl, Activities Award for 1981, College Civitan Club,
Campus Crusade of Christ, Panhellenic Talent Show Winner, Kappa Sigma Star-
Delta Gamma Sorority, Vice-President, Recording Secretary, and Assistant Trea-
surer, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Vice-President for two years, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Financial Management Association National Honor Society, President, Business
Student Advisory Council, Secretary-Treasurer, "The Pride" Flag Corps, Phi
Delta Rho, Dean's List, President's List Graduate Assistant, and National Dean's
Miss USM, Kappa Delta, Panhellenic Delegate, Panhellenic Council, Vice-Presi-
dent, President, Executive Council, USM Golden Girls, President, Kappa Sigma
Starduster, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Rho, Rho Lambda, Student Alumni
Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, Southern Style, Mini Quarter Facilitator,
lvah O. Wilber Scholarship, ASB Cabinet Member, Associate Director of Govern-
mental Relations, and University Relations, ASB Election Council, University Rela-
tions Council, Dean's List.
Chi Omega Social Fraternity, Rush Correspondent, Assistant Songfest Chairper-
son, and Assistant Rush Chairperson, Presidential Scholarship, USM Honors Col-
lege, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Phi Delta Rho, Lambda Sigma, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, National Dean's List, Beta Beta Beta Biological
Honor Society, Dixie Darling, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Southern Genetics Society
tStudent Memberi, Civitan Club, Lamar County's Miss Hospitality 1981, Dean's
List, President's List.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, President, Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Alumni Rela-
tions Officer, lnter Fraternity Council, Student Judicial Council, Army ROTC:
Brigade S-1, Distinguished Military Student, National Sojouners Award, Scabbard
and Blade, Vice-President, USM Rangers, Dean's List.
Chi Omega, President, Chapter Correspondent, Campus Crusade for Christ, Om-
nicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Rho, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pom Pom Girl, Civitan
Club, Dixie Darlings, WMSU Station Manager, INNERVIEW Reporter: Mississippi
Broadcasters Association Scholarship, Rho Lambda, ASB Public Relations Com-
mittee, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Presidents List, Dean's List.
Who's Who 275
LISA A. MASON
Dean's List, Vice-President, President Speech Communication Association, Secre-
tary Phi Delta Rho, Pi Tau Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Chi Omega Sorority, Phi
Kappa Tau Little Sister, ASB Senator, Chairperson of ASB Ways and Means
Committee, ASB Public Relations Committee, Spirit Committee, Pom Pom Girl,
Dixie Darling, Society of America, Southern Misses, Homecoming Student Body
Maid, Campus Beauty, Campus Crusade for Christ.
Dean's List, Presidents List, ASB Senator, Chairman of the Investigations Commit-
tee, Pre-Law Society, L.A.E. American Criminal Justice Association, Sigma Nu
Active Scholarship Award, Sigma Nu Sergeant-at-Arms, Spirit Committee, Mem-
ber of Southern Barbell Club, Intramural 242 lbs. Class, Squat Record Holder,
A.B.I. Community Leaders of America, R. and R. Outstanding College Graduate,
Army ROTC, Three and a Quarters Honor Club, l.F.C. Senior Delegate, l.F.C.
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Chi Omega Sorority, Pledge Class Treasurer, Model Pledge, Assistant Treasurer,
Big Brother Chairperson, Phi Delta Rho, Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Dean's List, National Dean's List, Honor Scholarship, Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Phi Chi
Theta, Treasurer, USM Bowling Team, Captain, Vice-President of Bowling Sports
Club, Student Alumni Association, ASB Public Relations Committee, USM Pom
Pom Girl, Chi-O-Tees.
Chi Omega, Panhellenic Representative, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, and
Treasurer K2 yrsl, Student Alumni Association, President, Student Alumni Award,
Phi Chi Theta, Dean's List, ASB Assistant Spirit Director, ASB Senator, Superior
Award at Youth Congress, Panhellenic's RHC Representative, Speech Communi-
cation Association, Music Scholarship Recipient C2 yrsl, University Singers Q3 yrsl,
Minor Leads in: Ballad of Baby Doe and Amahl and The Night Vistors, Campus
Crusade for Christ, Reporter for "lnnerview".
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Omicron Delta Kappa, Southern Style, President, Kappa Sigma Fraternity Presi-
dent, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Endowment Fund Scholarship Recipient, Out-
standing Young Men of America 1981, Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Omicron Delta
Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi, National Register of Outstanding College Graduates, Dean's
List, Chi Omega Sorority Big Brother, Accounting Club, Alpha Phi Omega Service
Fraternity, Collegiate Civitan Club.
USM Honor College! Honors Student Organization, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta
Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa Gold Key Society, Lambda Sigma, President, South-
ern Style, Beta Beta Beta, President's List, ASB Senator, ASB Cabinet Member,
Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Secretary, Student Alumni Association, Campus Cru-
sade for Christ, Alpha Epsilon Delta.
Whose Who Among College American Students, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-
President, Phi Delta Rho Women's Honorary Society, Southern Style Member,
Mini Quarter Facilitator, Member of University Activities Council IUACJ, Outstand-
ing Member, Tri Delta Sorority, Vice-President, Recording Secretary, Outstanding
USM Greek Pledge, Tri-Delta Model Pledge, Recipient of lvah O. Wilber Panhel-
lenic Scholarship, President's List, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister.
ANGELA SARULLO P
Delta Delta Delta, President, Scholarship Chairperson, Activities Fund Chairper-
son, Dean's List, National Dean's List, Dixie Darling, Captain, Kappa Delta Pi
Honorary Fraternity, Student Education Association, Pom Pom Girl, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Little Sister, Intramurals, Basketball, Softball, Greek Week Committee.
Who's Who 277
Outstanding Senator, ASB Election Commissioner, Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority,
President, Alpha Lambda Delta, President, Campus Crusade for Christ, Vice-
President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Rho Lambda, Dean's List, Phi Delta Rho, Chi
Tau Epsilon, Speech Communication Association, Treasurer, ASB Executive Assis-
tant to the President, ASB Associate Director of University Relations, Nutcracker
Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary, Forms and Records Chairperson, Model
Initiate, Pledge Class President, Phi Chi Theta, American Society for Personnel
Administration, ASB, Election Committee, Public Relations Committee, Student
Alumni Association, Treasurer, Angel Flight, Information Officer, Kappa Sigma
Little Sister, Civitan Club, College Republicans, Campus Crusade for Christ,
278 Who's Who
Chi Omega Sorority, Pledge Class Vice-President, Sigma Chi Little Sister, ASB,
Assistant Public Relations Director, Spirit Committee, Cabinet, Golden Girl, Varsi-
ty Softball Letterman, Intramural Advisory Board Secretary, Student Printz, News
Director, Staff Writer, "lnnerview", Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Rho, Phi Eta
Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Chi Omega, Dean's List,
ROBERT J. THOMPSON
Alpha Psi Omega Honorary Dramatics Fraternity, President, Secretary, Public
Relations, ASB Fine Arts Senator, Dean's List, Dean's Liaison Committee for the
College of Fine Arts, ASB, Ways and Means Committee, Special Legislation
Committee, Sigma Sigma Sigma Big Brother, Baptist Student Union, Paper Staff,
Residence Hall Council, Performing Arts Center Box Office Supervisor, Theatre
Arts Service Award Scholarship, Alpha Psi Omega Award.
Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairperson, Sponsor Chairperson, ASB Associate
Spirit Director, Kappa Sigma Starduster, Historian, Panhellenic Rush Counselor,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's List, Varsity Cheerleader, ASB Election Commit-
tee, Vice-President Intramural Advisory Board, College Republicans, Greek
Games Co-Chairperson, Outstanding Leadership Award CHDERJ, Model Active
Award iDelta Delta Deltal.
Mr. USM, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, President, Rho Epsilon, Vice-President,
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Lambda Sigma, Student Advisory Council, ROTC, Cam-
pus Crusade for Christ, Three-Year Varsity Letterman for Golden Eagles Foot-
ball, Chi Omega Owl Man, National Register of Outstanding College Graduates,
First Team All-State, Second Team All-South Independent, East-West Shrine
Game Athlete, Eagle Club, Dean's List Scholar.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity, President, Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice-
President, Judicial Board Chairman, Associated Student Body, President Pro
Tempore, Senator, Director of Public Relations, College Republicans, Co-Chair-
man, USM Youth Congress Director, Dean's List, Hattiesburg Mayor's Youth
Advisory Board, USM President's Advisory Board, Mississippi Speech Association
Youth Congress, City of Jackson Mayor's Youth Council, University Public Rela-
JAMES LEE WOODRUFF JR.
Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's List,
President's List, Recipient of the Kappa Alpha Freshman Scholarship Citation,
Recipient of the "J.P. Nard III Scholarship Award", Kappa Alpha. President.
Recording Secretary, Historian, Council of Honor, Most Outstanding Pledge: Varsi'
ty Football Cheerleader, Captain, Delta Sigma Pi, Inter-Fraternity Council Judicial
Board, Chairman of "University Greek Week", Associated Student Body Cabinet,
University Relations Board, Co-Editor of "Gamma Zeta News", Producer and
Editor of the 1980-81 Film Entry for the CBS TV Network National Collegiate
Who's Who 279
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Adams, lvan J., Poplarville,
Adams, Janet K., Ocean Springs, MS
Adams, Joseph L., Pascagoula, MS
Adams, Lawrence D., Brookhaven,
Adams, Rick, Fort Walton Beach,
Adkins, Terry L., Pickens,
Agosta, Ann M., Pearl,
Ainsworth, Cheryl K., Brandon,
Ainsworth, Jan C., Wiggins,
Ainsworth, Pamela A., Soso,
Ainsworth, Paula S., Brandon,
Ainsworth, Steven W., Mendenhall,
Alayon, Gregory, Hattiesburg,
Albert, Gail L., Slidell,
Alcorn, Shelley K., Hattiesburg,
Alderman, Keith H., Columbia,
Alexander, Boyd D,, Natchez,
Alexander, Pam D., Biloxi,
Alfonso, JoAnna M., Gulfport,
Alonzo, Reynolds C., Hattiesburg,
Alford, Johnney N., Jackson,
Alford, Martha R., Carthage,
Allbritton, Susie L., Braxton,
Allen, Gary E., Houston,
Allen, Natalie J., Memphis,
Allen, Paul E., Hattiesburg,
Allison, William R., Gulfport,
Allred, Janet D., Laurel,
Allred, Linda C., Jackson,
Alsobrook, Mary A., Bay St. Louis,
Alsobrooks, Tammy M., Picayune,
Alston, Mona J., Edwards,
Alston, Paul, Moss Point,
Amos, Ruby L., Vicksburg,
Anderson, Annie R., Newton,
Anderson, Carol E., Vicksburg,
Anderson, David M., Vicksburg,
Anderson, Jacquelyn A., Gloster,
Anderson, Joeleanor P., Hattiesburg,
Anderson, Judy F., Jackson,
Anderson, Lisa P., Ellisville,
Anderson, Marvin, Schriever,
Anderson, Paul D., Pascagoula,
Anderson, Saundra, Hattiesburg,
Anderson, Sharon D., Hattiesburg,
Andrews, Jeffrey A., Long Beach,
Andrews, John G., Jackson,
Andrews, Martin W., Mobile,
Andry, Michele A., New Orleans,
Anthony, Laura B., Pensacola,
Antoine, Cheryl R., Pass Christian,
Antoine, Mark D., Vicksburg,
Aris, Catherine M., Birmingham,
Arledge, William R., Philadelphia,
Arnold, Laurie L., South Hill,
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Arrington, Brenda L., Newton, MS, Jr.
Arthur, Deborah A., Franklinton, LA, Jr.
Artiques, Teresa, Jackson, MS, So.
Ashcroft, Paul A., Biloxi, MS, So.
Ashley, Amy C., Brandon, MS, Sr.
Ates, Lashunda D., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Atherton, Edward J., Gulfport, MS, So.
Atherton, John W., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Atkins, Carl T., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Atkins, Dorothy A., Gunnison, MS, Jr.
Atkisson, Linda M., New Hebron, MS, Sr
Authier, Patricia A., Huntsville. AL, Fr.
Autry, Anna L., Columbia, MS, So.
Averett, Michele R., Columbia, MS, Fr.
, Renee J., Lucedale, MS, Fr.
Dorothy T., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Chantal M., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Victor, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Leanne, McNeill, MS, So.
Stacy, McNeill, MS, Fr.
Christopher N., Brandon, MS, Sr.
Cindy C., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Lisa C., Grenada, MS, Jr.
Randall P., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Selena A., Southaven, MS, Sr.
Suzanne D., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Ball, Robin, Jackson, MS, So.
Ball, Stacy A., Pearlington, MS, Jr.
Ball, Steven E., Escatawpa, MS, So.
Ballard, Cindy, Baton Rouge, LA, Fr.
Ballew, Allison B., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Balton, Brenda L., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Bancroft, D. Bruce, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Bancroft, Robert S., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Banks, J.P., Fort Walton Beach, FL, Jr.
Bankston, Cheri L., Jackson. MS: So.
Baram, Kelly M., Gautier, MS, So.
Baratti, Clarke C., Sarasota, FL, So.
Barber, Donna K., Carriere, MS, Sr.
Barham, Pamela G., Philadelphia, MS: Fr
Baria, David W., Moss Point, MS, Fr.
Barker, Karen S., Fort Walton Beach. FL So
Barker, Tammy E., Picayune, MS, Fr.
Barksdale, Julie G., Sibley, MS, Fr.
Barnard, Tina, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Cherri L., Jackson. MS, So.
Christopher, Dexter, MS: Sr.
Loretta, Prentiss, MS, Fr.
Patricia D., Fort Walton Beach. FL
Steve M., Florence, MS, Jr.
Barnett, Lisa A., Raymond, MS, Jr.
Barnett, Betsy R., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Barnett, Carolyn D., Heidelburg. MS, Sr.
Baronich, Darla T.: Biloxi, MS: Fr.
Barrett, Andrew B.: Waveland. MS: Fr.
Barret, Dana, Laurel, MS, Jr
Barrett, John, New Concord, OH, Fr.
Barrett, Julie I., Bay St. Louis, MS, SO.
Barrett, Kermit, Ellisville, MC, Jr.
Barrett, Michael A., McComb, MC, Sr.
Bartels, Judith L., Mobile, AL, So
Bartley, S. Kreg, Brandon, MS, Fr
Basden, Julia R., Jackson, MS, Fr
Bass, Barbara J., Prentill, MS, Fr
Bass, Charles, Bassfield, MS, Sr
Basone, David D., Gulfport, MS, Fr
Bateman, Sharon K., Gloster, MS, Jr
Bates, Betty L., Flora, MS, Jr
Batew, Dina D., Slidell, LA, So
Batman, Kent A, Woodbury, MN, Sr
Batson, Michelle Y., Gulfport, MS, Sr
Battaile, William G., Gulfport, MS, Sr
Battalora, Michael, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr
Battle, Pearl L., Ocean Springs, MS, Sr
Baucum, Zeb, Laurel, MS, Sr
Bauer, Thomas R., Compton, IL' Sr
Bayles, Connie L., Prentiss, MS, So
Bayles, Frances D., Carson Ms., Fr
Baylis, Robert R., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Baylor, Levett, DeKalb, MS, Sr
Beal, Virginia R., Long Beach, MS, Fr
Bealor, Ruth L., Panama City, FL, Jr
Beard, Clay, Vicksburg, MS, Sr
Beasley, Glenn D. Jr., Wesson, MS, Jr
Beaton, Julio C., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Beaugez, Rose M., Bay St. Louis, MS, So
Beauvais, Vanessa G., Natchez, MS, Fr
Becker, Angie, Brookhaven, MS, Jr
Beckham, John R., Philadelphia, MS, Sr
Beckman, Brett W., Richmand, lN, Sr
Bedvvell, Tink, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr
Beech, Larry L., Mendenhall, MS, Fr
Beecham, Shannon D., McComb, MS, Fr
Beeland, Janet C., Philadelphia, MS, Fr
Beeno, Ronald A., Pearl, MS, Sr
Behar, Alexander, Bogota, Columbia, Jr
Bell, Annie M., Starkville, MS, Fr
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Bell, Patricia C., West lslip, NY, Jr.
V Bellipanni, Gregg V., lndianola, MS, Jr.
If Bernard, Mary I., Gu,fport, MS, Jr.
Bernhardt, Lisa D., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Bender, Donald, Newton, MS, Jr.
Benefield, Rachel E., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
James E., Spudton, OH, So.
Ann, Sloster, MS, Jr.
Dennis K., Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Bennett, Jevelyn T., Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
Lisa B., Indianola, MS, Sr.
Teresa l., ltta Bena, MS, Sr.
Tommy, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Tracey C., Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Benson, James T., Purvis, MS, Fr.
Berger, Charleen R., Carriere, MS, Sr.
Berry, Della E., Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Berry, Pamela K., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Berryhill, Toby V., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Bertucci, Alan T., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Best, Susan L., Woodville, MS: Sr.
Bethman, Wendy M., Pass Christian, MS, So
Betts, Cynthia R., Toomsuba, MS: Jr.
Beverly, Angela, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Beverly, Louis B., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Bielstein, Donna G., Waveland, MS: Sr.
Bingham, Barbara A., Hattiesburg. MS: Fr.
Bingham, Ronald, Pearl, MS, So.
Bird, Steve C., Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Birdrow, George W., Biloxi, MS: Sr.
Birdsong, Tammy J., Meridian. MS: Fr.
Bishop, Cynthia D., Forest, MS: Sr.
Bishop, Huett E., Pascagoula. MS: Sr.
Bissell, Randall, Jackson, MS: Sr,
Biter, Beverly A., Hattiesburg. MS: Jr.
Bittick, Kevin D., Brandon. MS: Fr.
Blackledge, Charles, Laurel. MS: Sr.
Blackledge, Kim, Gulfport. MS: Sr.
Blackmer, Cindy L.: Long Beach. MS: So,
Blackmer, Lee A., Long Beach. MS: So.
Blackston, Jenny, Oxford, MS: Fr.
Blackstone, Jill P., Slidell, LA
Blackstone, Susan E., Slidell, LA
Blackwell, Nina L., Collins, MS
Blake, Faye W., Ocean Springs, MS
Blake, Theresa L., Columbus, MS,
Blakeney, Gregg M., Long Beach, MS
Blakeney, Judy A., Magee, MS,
Blakeney, Mary A., Jackson, MS
Blalock, Brenda D., Meridian, MS
Blanchard, Debbie E., Biloxi, MS
Bland, William R., Batesville, MS
Blass, Robert L., Satsuma, AL
Bloodworth, Robert S., Jancson, MS
Bogart, Valerie L., Long Beach, MS
Boalt, Keith J., Hattiesburg, MS,
Boggs, Wanda D., Meridian, MS,
Bolle, Karen L., Richamond, IN
Bolton, Eleanor C., Hattiesburg, MS
Bolton, Janet L,, Picayune, MS,
Bolton, Linda J., Gulfport, MS
Boleware, Monica, L., Carson, MS
Bond, Arlene M., Perkinston, MS
Bond, Michele A., Wiggins, MS
Boney, John V., Biloxi, MS
Bonin, Carey A., Biloxi, MS
Bontemps, Celes A., Ocean Springs,
Booker, Allison A., Brandon, MS
Booker, Dorothy E., Houston, TX
Booker, Gregory M., Meridian, MS
Booker, Roderick, Oxford, MS
Boolos, Kimberly A., Vicksburg, MS
Boone, Belinda L., Florence, MS
Boone, Brenda J., Purvis, MS
Boone, Jeff L., Tehran, Iran
Bordages, Lisa A., Lakeshore, MS
Borgatti, Tina M., Slidell, LA
Borgognoni, Larry D., Clarksdale, MS,
Borosky, Cynthia A., Gautier, MS,
Borosky, Michael L., Gautier, MS
Borosky, Tricia A., Gautier, MS,
Bostwick, Richard D., Gulfport, MS
Bounds, Sharon G., Pearl, MS
Bourne, Lisa A., Petal, MS
Bournes, Peggy D., Gulfport, MS,
Bourrage, Dessie M., Meridian, MS
Bouton, Fran E., Leland, MS
Boutwell, Kim L., Long Beach, MS
Bowden, Royce O, Jr., Picayune, MS
Bowe, Lance A., Clifton Springs, NY
Bowen, Julia A., Vicksburg, MS
Bowen, Mark H., Pass Christian, MS,
Bowen, Robert L., Hattiesburg,
Bowlin, Connie R., Smithdale, MS,
Bowlin, Margaret R., Long Beach, MS
Bowman, Carol L., Magnolia, MS,
Blount, Jeanne F., Laurel, MS,
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Bowman, Robert W., Poplarville, MS, Jr.
Bowman, Susan C., Natchez, MS, Fr,
Boyd, Connie R., Clinton, MS, So.
Boyd, Eric K., Monticello, MS, So.
Boyd, Larry L., Pensacola, Fl, Jr.
Boyd, Robby L., Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr.
Boyd, Robert C., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Boykin, Bobby B., Harrisville, MS, Sr.
Boykin, Lisa W., Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Box, Douglas L., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Box, James W., Satsuma, AL, Jr.
Bradley, Deborah A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Bradley, Scott T., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Brady, LaDine, Natchez, MS, Jr.
Brantley, Christy L,, Madden, MS, Jr.
Brashears, Tammy M., Foxworth, MS, Fr,
Brashier, Meribeth, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Breedlove, Sheila A., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Breeland, Read H., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Breland, Phyllis L,, Wiggins, MS, Fr.
Breland, Stephanie A., Petal, MS, So.
Breland, Teresa C., Wiggins, MS, Sr.
Breland, Timothy K., Brooklyn, MS, Sr.
Bremmer, Esther E., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Bremmer, Marietta J., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Brenke, Karen F., Vancleave, MS, Jr.
Brennan, Mary A., Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Brennan, Mary I., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Brent, Mitch S., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Brewer, Benita J., Leakesville, MS, So.
Joe R., Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Errol M., Poplarville, MS, Sr.
Jesse Ill, Hattiesburg, MS, So,
Tubbs, Copenhagen, Denmark, Jr.
Brier, Robette C., Mobile, AL, So.
Briggs, Bennett L., Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Bright, Mark A., Gulfport, MS, So.
Bright, Nancy J., Mobile, AL, Gr.
Bright, Pamela S., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Angela D., Clinton, MS, Sr.
Glenn H., McComb, MS, Jr.
Britain, Samuel J., Mobile, AL, Jr.
Britt, Daniel E., Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Britt, William Denver Jr., Brookhaven, MS: Sr
Britton, Rose A., Waynesboro, MS, Sr.
Broadfoot, Deirdre L. Collins, MS: Sr.
Broadway, Stacy J., Mize, MS, Jr.
Brock, Steven C., Summit, MS, Sr.
Brondum, Claude A., Woodville, MS, Fr.
Brooks, Dedrick, Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Brookshire, Ray C. Jr,, Jackson. MS, So.
Broome, Jeanette S., Hattiesburg. MS: Fr.
Broome, Jennifer L., Purvis, MS, Fr.
Broome, Jessie A., Purvis, MS, So.
Brown, Alicia N., Jackson, MS, Sr.
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Brown, Catherine E., Summit, M5, Sr
Brown, Charles L., DeKalb, MS, So
Brown, Cynthia D., Laurel, MS, Jr
Brown, Dennis O., Hazlehurst, MS, Sr
Brown, Pamela A., Brandon, MS, Jr
Brown, Raymond E., Meridian, MS, So
Snow and ice chilled and thrilled Hattiesburg
residents the week of January 14th with pow-
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six inches of snow and ice, Hattiesburg's one-
half inch postponed USM registration two
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Brown, Rhonda K,, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Brown, Ricky D., Vossburg, MS, Sr. ,
Brown, Robin E., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Brown, Sandra F., Lexington, MS, Sr.
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Brown, Steve B., Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Brown, W. Donald Jr., Hazlehurst, MS, Jr
Brown, Yudora S., Shubuta, MS, Jr
Broussard, Paul N. Jr., Biloxi, MS, Fr
Brown, Linda L., Vicksburg, MS, Fr
Brown, Shirley A., Stringer, MS, Sr
Brumfield, AnnClaire, Tylertown, MS, Jr
Brumfield, Brian K., Foxworth, MS, Jr
Brumfield, Patrice, Tylertown, MS, Sr
Brumfield, Ruby A., Tylertown, MS, 5r
Bruner, Wayna J., Pensacola, FL, So
Bruno, Jeffery S., Ocean Springs, MS, Sr
Brunt, Wilson E., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Bryan, George M. Jr., Moss Point, MS, Jr
Bryant, David H., Jackson, MS, Jr
Bryant, David W., Mize, MS, Sr
Bryant, Margaret A., Crystal Springs, MS, Fr.
Bryant, Pamela S., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Buckhalter, Cheryl D., Mendenhall, MS, Jr.
Buchanan, Dick W., Mobile, AL, Sr.
Buchanan, Donna L., Clinton, MS, Fr.
Bufkin, Eddie, Lucedale, MS, Sr. A
Bullock, Elizabeth L., Laurel, MS, So.
Bullock, William F., Ocean Springs, MS' Jr
Burdine, Phyllis M., Yazoo City, MS, So
Bunch, Landy R., Hattiesburg, MS' Fr
Buntyn, James A., Meridian, MS, Jr
Burgos, Andres R., Philadelphia, MS' Fr
Burke, Debra J., Forest, MS, So
Burkes, Becky C., Slidell, LA, Sr
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Burkett, Kelly L., Picayune, MS, Fr.
Burkett, Samuel B., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Burkle, Margaret A., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
Burkley, Dale W., Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Burnett, Joe, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Burney, Cassandra D., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Burns, Melodie E., Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Burns, Robert A., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Burton, Elizabeth J., Belzoni, MS, Jr.
Burton, Patricia L., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Burvant, Lowell M., New Orleans, LA, Fr.
Busby, Jack D., Vancleave, MS, Sr.
Busby, Lisa C., Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Busche, Gregory J., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Geanne, Brooksville, MS, Jr.
Glenn D., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Karl C., Hurley, MS, Jr.
Robin N., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Tommy A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Butler, David H., Long Beach, MS, So.
Butler, Mark, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Butler, Stephanie E., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Butts, Cynthia G., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Byington, Mary B., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Byrd, Jeffry E., Gulfport, MS, So.
Byrd, Kenneth L., Meadville, MS, Sr.
Byrd, Patricia L., Natchez, MS, Fr.
Byrd, Patti A., Lucedale, MS, Fr.
Byrge, Thomas A., Vancleave, MS, Fr.
Cabell, Bruce C., Bay St. Louis, MS: Fr.
Cabell, Perre A., Bay St. Louis. MS, Fr
Cade, Lee, Greenwood, MS, Fr.
Cagle, Mary L., Seminary. MS, Jr.
Caldarelli, Debra D., Long Beach. MS, Fr.
Caldarelli, Kelly A., Long Beach. MS: Sr.
Caldwell, Bryan, Gulfport. MS: Sr.
Callista, Angela L., Pearle. MS, Fr.
Callaway, Ann J., Pascagoula. MS: Sr.
Calloway, William F.: Jackson. MS: Fr.
Campbell, Leigh A., Collins. MS, Sr.
Campbell, Pamela A., Purvis. MS, Jr.
Campbell, Patrick H., Natchez,
Campbell, Theresa A., Clinton,
Cannon, Clarence Jr., Hattiesburg,
Cannon, Peggy, Long Beach,
Cantrell, Rhonds F., McComb,
Carley, Cheryl S., Columbia,
Carley, Jennifer A., Columbia,
Carlisle, Amy J., Hattiesburg,
Carlton, Jeffrey l., Ft. Lonesome,
Carmack, James H. Jr., Jackson, MS
Carmichael, D. Michelle, Gautier, MS,
Carmichael, Lisa A., Jackson, MS
Carmody, Stephen J., Orchard Park, NY
Carpenter, Donna L., Buckatunna MS,
Carpenter, John P., Hattiesburg, MS,
Carpenter, Michael L., Hattiesburg, MS,
Carpenter, Penny R., Clinton, MS
Carpenter, Suzanne M., Ocean Springs, MS,
Carr, J. David, Queenstown, MD,
Carraway, Elizabeth M., Magnolia, MS,
Carroll, Juanita L., Gulfport, MS,
Carroll, Lisa F., Angie, LA,
Carruth, Letricia L., Jackson, MS
Carson, Charles A., Vicksburg, MS,
Carson, Donald J., Meridian, MS,
Carter, Carl R., Brandon, MS,
Carter, Chris R., Hattiesburg, MS,
Carter, Chuhdra K., Shubuta, MS
Carter, Courtland C., Natchez, MS,
Carter, David S., Pascagoula, MS
Carter, Jhalisa L., Lumberton, MS
Carter, Lekecia A., Lumberton, MS
Carter, Sherry A., Shubuta, MS,
Carter, Steven B., Ocean Springs, MS,
Carter, Wilma J,, Edwards, MS,
Cartlidge, Susan L., Hattiesburg, MS,
Cash, Frances E., Forest, MS,
Castle, Patricia, Laurel, MS
Carver, Rachelle M., Hattiesburg, MS
Carver, William R., Hattiesburg, MS
Case, Robert C., Brookhaven, MS,
Cassel, Tamie J., Vicksburg, MS
Catchot, Katherine A., Biloxi, MS,
Cate, Kathy L., Brandon, MS
Catlett, Lynda G., Meridian, MS
Causey, Becky E., Jackson, MS
Cavanaugh, Glynis A., Bassfield, MS,
Caveny, Deanna M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Cawthorn, Robin L., Hazlehurst, MS,
Caylor, Vicki B., Jackson, AL'
Chadwell, Charles W., Meridian, MS
Chalk, Tina R., Pensacola FL.,
Chambliss, John G., Hattiesburg, MS,
Chan, Nga M., Biloxi, MS,
Chancellor, Jim C., Mobile, AL,
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Chapman, Mark S., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Chatham, Caren M., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Chavez, Javier A., Caracas, Venezuela, So.
Cheatham, Jennifer K., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Cheney, Guy N., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Chisolm, Pamela D., Laurel, MS, Fr.
Christian, Linda K., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Churchwell, Ricky E., Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Cieglo, Kathleen M., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Cienfuegos, Margarita, Barranguilla, Colombia
Cimbora, Merrilu, Purvis, MS, Fr.
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Clark, Kenneth A., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Clark, Kenneth W., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Clark, Linda S., Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Clark, Priscilla, Natchez, MS, So.
Stephanie L., Greenville, SC, Fr.
Clarke, Joseph R., Forest, MS, So.
Clay, Kenneth L., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Clayton, Cathy A., Natchez, MS, Sr.
Clayton, Jacquelyn D., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Clayton, Sherie D., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Clayton, Sherri R., Natchez, MS, Jr.
Clements, Pamela G., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Clingon, Barbara A., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Clinton, Merl, Columbia, MS, Sr.
David H., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Cockrell, Kiely M., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Cockrell, Robin L., Quitman, MS, Fr.
Tracey R., Newton, MS, Jr.
Colbet, Maria T., Biloxi, MS, So.
Colbert, Mark W., Cedar Bluff, MS, So.
Craig D., Gulfport, MS, So.
Cole, Dawn R., Jackson, TN, So.
Cole, Jerri A., Carson, MS, Jr.
Cole, Patricia G., Philadelphia, MS, Jr.
Coleman, Barrett A., Marrer, LA, Fr.
Coleman, John L., Jackson, MS, So.
Coleman, Lacey A. Jr., Vicksburg. MS: So.
Coleman, Lester V., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Coleman, Lisa G., Meadville, MS, Fr.
Coleman, Roger E., Reston, VA, Jr.
Colen, Joseph W., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Collette, Jean, Brandon, MS, So.
Collins, Brenda L., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Collins, Diane M., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Collins, Jayme A., Hattiesburg. MS. So.
Collins, Lady M., Meridian, MS: So.
, Seoria J., Brookhaven. MS: So.
, Valerie D., Laurel, MS, Fr.
, Wendy M.: Laurel. MS: Sr.
Collmer, Susan L., Pascagoula. MS: Sr.
Colson, Anthony. C., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Comfort, Elinor S., Brandon. MS, So.
Crondia, Olivia A.: Bolton, MS: Jr.
Conerly, Deborah A., Hattiesburg, MS
Conerly, Nanette D., Vicksburg, MS
Conerly, Sandra P., Pascagoula, MS,
Conn, Anthony P., Monticello, MS
Connelly, Elizabeth R., Pascagoula, MS
Connally, Ronald D., Pascagoula, MS,
Conner, Harry S., Tampa, Fl
Conway, Eddie M., Clinton, MS,
Cook, David K., Columbia, MS
Cook, Jerry, Hattiesburg, MS
Cook, Jim C., Hattiesburg, MS
Cook, Kenneth W., Jackson, MS,
Cook, Mary A., Gulfport, MS
Cook, Toni L., Columbia, MS
Cooke, Steve, Bayroot, Lebanon
Coon, James A., Pascagoula, MS
Cooper, Belinda K., Jackson, MS
Cooper, Monty L., Decatur, MS
Copeland, Michael G., Clinton, MS
Copling, Paula J., Picayune, MS,
Coppage, Joel A., LaFayette, GA,
Corban, Christine E., Gulfport, MS,
Cordell, Sandy K., Hattiesburg, MS,
Cordes, Darla K., Vicksburg, MS,
Corr, Rodney O., Bay St. Louis, MS,
Cosentino, Thomas S., Sarasota, FL,
Costilow, Lucy W., New Orleans, LA
Cortruvo, Carla T., Jackson, MS,
Cotten, Babette, Meadville, Ms,
Cotten, Glenda A., Meadville, MS,
Cotten, Joy D., Jackson, MS,
Cotton, G. Craig, Brandon, MS,
Cotton, Laverne, Gloster, MS
Cottrill, Shirley E., Meridian, MS,
Courtney, Roosevelt, Jackson, MS,
Cowan, Kathy A., Laurel, MS
Cox, Angelia M., Bay St. Louis,
Cox, Holly E., Wiggins, MS,
Cox, Laura E., Bay St. Louis, MS,
Cox, Sharon E., Brandon, MS,
Cox, Susan D., Hattiesburg, MS,
Crabb, Joe L., Umatilla, FL,
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Craft, John A., Purvis, M5, So.
Craft, Nancy S., Seminary, MS, Sr.
Craft, Terest K., Collins, MS, Sr.
Craig, Jeanie, Knoxville, TN, Jr.
Craig, Joel S., Pensacola, FL, Sr.
Crane, Cindy G., Carthage, MS, Fr.
Cranford, Alicia, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Cranford, Tim, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Craven, Doris E., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Craven, Richard D., Hattiesburg, MS, 50.
Crawford, Curt R., Springfield, lLI., Fr.
Crawford, Kaye L., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Creagh, Curtis E, Shubuta, MS, So.
Creel, Carla D., New Hebron, MS, Jr.
Creel, Cindy L., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Creel, Gerry A., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Creel, Judy A., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Crenshaw, Chris R., Caruthersville, MO, So
Crenshaw, Karen M, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Crimeal, Virginia A., McComb. MS, Sr.
Crimm, Elizabeth Y., Vicksburg, MS: Fr.
Crismore, Dawn R., Gulfport, M5, Jr.
Croft, Cedric R., Enterprise, MS, So.
Crooks, Paula S., Williamsville. NY: So.
Crosby, Sharon G., Jackson, MS: Gr.
Crosby, Susan K., Picayune, MS, So.
Crossley, John H. Jr. Canton, MS: Gr.
Frances A., Florence. MS, Fr.
Diane E., Long Beach, MS, Sr.
William L., Hattiesburg. M51 Jr.
Phillip T., Laurel. MS: Fr.
Crumby, Benjamin L., Raymond, MS, Fr.
Cruthirds, Lynda L., Columbus. M5: Sr.
Cuellar, Norma G., Petal, MS, Jr.
Cuevas, Brenda L., Kiln. MS: Fr.
Curbow, Paul R., Ocean Springs. MS: Sr.
Culpepper, Carla D., Pascagoula. MS, So.
Culpepper, Joel, Pascagoula. MS, So.
Curley, Cecilia C.: Hattiesburg. MS: Fr.
Currie, Sheila M, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Curry, Tobbie L., Hattiesburg. MS, So.
Curtis, Candy L,, Jackson,
Daehnke, Victoria L., Picayune
Dailey, Pamela A., Biloxi
Dallas, Pam L., Jackson,
Dambrino, Marmion, Pascagoula
Daniel, Eskeletha, Poplarville,
Daniel, Louis F., Pascagoula,
Daniels, Regina K., Jackson,
Daughdrill, Beverly A., Newhebron,
Daughdrill, Cindy S., Morgantown,
Daughdrill, Richard P., Pascagoula,
Dauro, Darlene M., Gulfport,
Dauenhouer, David E., Poplarville,
Davenport, Connie D., Pascagoula
Davenport, Jack H., Hattiesburg,
Davenport, Regina A., Cedar Bluff,
Daves, Roy S., Hattiesburg,
Davidson, Debra W., Hattiesburg,
Davidson, June D., Oxford,
Davidson, Penne S., Clinton,
Davies, Brian S., Pascagoula,
Davis, Alesha M., Conehatta
Davis, Annette C., Benton,
Davis, Bonnie J., Hattiesburg,
Davis, Bronwyn E., Jackson,
Davis, Charles J., Benton,
Davis, David A., Monticello,
Davis, Deanne L., Biloxi,
Davis, Deborah S., Gulfport,
Davis, Delphine E., Port Gibson,
Davis, Dewey M., Clinton,
Davis, Don E., Pelahatchie,
Davis, Gene C., Gulfport,
Davis, James C., Jackson,
Davis, Jamie L., Benton,
Davis, Jennifer K., Dekalb,
Davis, Keith O., Long Beach,
Davis, Kevin R., Lucedale,
Davis, Lisa l., Summit,
Davis, Margaret L., Pelahatchie,
Davis, Mary P., Clinton,
Davis, Michael G., Long Beach,
Davis, Robert D., Long Beach,
Davis, Robert L., Brandon,
Davis, Roy W., Seminary,
Davis, Sandra L., Hattiesburg,
Davis, Tammy A,, Pearlington,
Dawkins, Busch M., Crab Apple Cove,
Dawson, Dawn L., Jackson,
Dawson, Joseph, Tuscaloosa
Day, Judy L., Jackson,
Day, Steve M., Bentonia
Daymond, Paula M., Long Beach
Dean, Lamar, Marks,
Dear, Tamara, Brandon
Dearman, Darrene, Enterprise
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Deese, Donna L., Ocean Srings, MS, Sr.
DeGeorge, Russell A., Bi,oxi, MS, Sr.
Delcambre, Thomas J., Pascagoula, MS, So.
Delmas, Kenneth R., Pascagoula, MS, So.
Delmas, Michael T., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Delong, Michael D., Ocean Springs, MS, Gr.
Dement, Cathy N., Lucedale, MS, Fr.
Demetropoulos, Lisa F., Wilber, AL, Jr.
Denison, Cynthia G., Scotia, NY, Jr.
Dennis, Aquetta, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Dennis, Cassandra D., Natchez, MS, Jr.
Dennis, Olivia K., Foxworth, MS, Jr.
Denver, John, Aspen, CO, Sr.
DeRossett, Stephanie F., Mobile, AL, Fr.
Derrington, Chip, Jackson, MS, Jr,
Desens, Tim, Cato, NY, Jr.
Despeaux, Lisa R., Jackson, MS, So.
DeTommaso, Keith E., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Devine, Jefferson D., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Dews, Luther A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Diaz, Leda M, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Dickerson, Julie J., Brandon, MS, Fr.
Dickerson, Peggy, Wesson, MS, Sr.
Dickerson, Randy C., Union, MS, Sr.
Dickey, Pamela M., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Dickinson, Kensil J., Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Dickinson, Rhonda L., Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Dieckman, Denise, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Dieckman, Diana, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Diggs, Deirdre D., Greenville, MS, So.
Discher, Maureen A., Biloxi, MS, So.
Dixon, Russell M., Utica, MS, Sr.
Dixon, Sandra M., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Dodson, Mary A., Ocean Springs. MS, Sr.
Domec, Lisa A., Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Donahoe, Kevin D., Crystal Springs, MS, Sr.
Donald, Jennie D., Quitman, MS, Sr.
Donnelly, Karen l., Mobile. AL, Fr.
Dorman, Julie, Pensacola, FL, Jr.
Dorman, Merrie C., Starksville. MS, Jr.
Doss, David N., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Dotherow, Dee Dee, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Douglas, James J., Brookhaven, MS: Sr.
Douglas, Kent H., Clinton, MS: Jr.
Dowe, Jack E. Jr., Utica. MS, Jr.
Downing, James C., Lacombe. LA: Fr.
Draeger, Martin J., Fort Walton Beach. FL:
Drawns, lsreal C., Mobile, AL, Sr.
Driskell, Leslie M., Brookhaven. MS, Fr.
Drury, M.R.: Carriere, MS: Jr.
DuBoe, Roger, Chicago. lL: Gr.
DuBose. Victor A., Mobile. AL: Gr.
Duckworth, Lu-Anne C.: Hayti. MO, Jr.
Duckworth. Raphael S., Pic-c-ott. AK, Sr,
Dueitt, Darren S., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
He dances with cheerleaders, Dixie Darlings,
and pompon girls! He tears up a teddy bear
at Alabama! He climbs goal posts in a single
bound! Who is this daring masked man? Is it a
bird? Plane? No! lt's USM's Golden Eagle
Athletics at Southern is not complete without
the entertaining Eagle. The mascot, whose
purpose is to generate USM enthusiasm, per-
forms along sidelines fand sometimes in the
midst of thingsl at all major athletic functions.
In 1981, Jeff Davis, a junior from Yazoo City,
Mississippi was the driving force inside the
crazy-costumed Eagle. Davis, a hotel and res-
taurant administration major, was chosen for
mascot because he was the first person to
ever flip while in complete costume. Davis
lalias the Golden Eagle! does flips and a lot
more for Southern fans. Along with dancing
and cheering, the mascot also marches with
the band, mimickes referees, and scraps with
other school mascots. The most spectacular
stunt came at Homecoming when Davis
rolled onto the field inside a giant egg. When
the egg finally cracked, Davis hopped out
revealing the big surprise. A new S1400 ea-
gle suit donated by Hattiesburg businessmen
and banks. The new suit and the extraordi-
nary personality inside it combined to make
the one and only Eagle Mascot an integral
part of Southern athletics and a USM tradi-
Dostrow, Alix, Diamond Bar, CA,
Doucet, John T., Gulfport, MS,
Draughn, Max E., Petal, MS,
Drinkard, Rhonda M., Mobile, AL,
Driskell, Glenn G., Brookhaven, MS,
Drown, Scott J., Gulfport, MS,
DuBose, Lori R., Mobile, Al,
Dubourg, Michael W., Crystal Springs, MS,
Duckworth, Susan F., Magee, MS,
Duff, Kenny E., Hattiesburg, MS,
Duffy, Jan, Laurel, MS,
Duke, Buddy, Laurel, MS,
Dulaney, Deborah E., Canton,
Dulton, Scott A., Slidell, LA,
Dumas, Bryon D., Gulfport, MS,
Dunaway, Cherry K., Columbia, MS,
Dunaway, Eddie M., Brookhaven, MS,
Dunaway, James N., Summit, MS,
Dunaway, Tony R., Sumrall, MS,
Duncan, Leila A., Laurel, MS,
Dunlap, Alisa R., Lumberton, MS,
Dunn, Natalie L., Natchez, MS,
Dunn, Rhonda D., Citronelle, AL,
Dunu, Emeka S., Lagos, Nigeria,
Durham, Mary P., Columbia, MS,
Durkin, Camille G., Natchez, MS,
Duty, Susan R., Collins, MS,
Dyar, Allison, Magee, MS,
Dye, Carol J., Ocean Springs, MS
Dye, Sue D., Gulfport, MS
Dyson, Christopher A., Jackson, MS
Easterling, Franklin L., Richton, MS
Easterling, Julie R., Gulfport, MS
Easterling, Stephen E., Richton, MS
Eaton, James M., Seminary, MS
Edmondson, Carla M., Jackson, MS,
Edsall, Stephen T., Picayune, MS
Edwards, Ethel M., Ocean Springs, MS
Edwards, Marie, Quitman, MS
Edwards, Mary L., Clinton, MS,
Edwards, Pamela D., McCall Creek, MS,
Earles, Angela D., Magee, MS,
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Egley, Catherine A., Leland, MS, So.
Egli, Lana J., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Ehlers, Lori A., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Eidt, Alisa D., Natchez, MS, So.
Eidt, Andrea S., Natchez, MS, Fr.
Eiken, Laurie E., Gautier, MS, Jr.
Eisenhauer, Ava, Petal, MS, So.
Eisenhauer, Fred R., Hattiesburg, MS,
Ekey, Karen A., Biloxi, MS, So.
Ekey, Richard D., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Elkins, Sherry L., Wesson, MS, Jr.
Ellingburg, Joe R., Brandon, MS, Fr.
Ellis, Gary L., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Ellis, Kendra J., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Ellis, Mamie L., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Ellis, Philander R., Jackson, MS, So.
Ellis, Terry, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Ellison, Cathy T., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Ellmo, Craig T., Brandon, MS, So.
Ellmo, Jackie, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Ellzey, Shari C., Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Ely, Vallie M., Richton, MS, So.
Emmich, Katherine, Vicksburg. MS, Gr
Endris, John C., Canton, MS, Jr.
English, Faye J., Columbia, MS, Jr.
English, Malcolm L., Hattiesburg, MS: Jr
Ensign, Dwayne E., Pelahatchie, MS: So
Enslin, Shrista L., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr
Enslin, Georgie A., Hattiesburg. MS, Jr.
Ernst, Gloria A., Gulfport, MS: Jr.
Eselin, Anne M., Pascagoula, MS: Fr.
Essary, Gary O., Hattieaburg. MS: So.
Estrada, Adela S., Gulfport. MS, Fr.
Estrada, Angela, Gulfport. MS, Sr,
Ethridge James E., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Eubanks, James M.: Lucedale. MS: Sr
Eubanks, Julie A., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Eubanks, Katherine P., Mt. Olive. MS:
Eubanks, Penny L., Lucedale. MS, Sr.
Eubanks, Rita F., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
Eure, Jeffrey L., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Evans, Emily F., Magee, MS, Sr
Evans, James M., Lynn Haven, FL, Fr
Evans, Mary F., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Evans, Lisa J., Laurel, MS, Sr
Evans, Marcus C., Louin, MS, Jr
Evans, Michael A., Palatine, IL, Sr
Everett, Kendall O., Magee, MS, Fr
Everett, Lon L., Bonifay, FL, Sr
Everett, Susan R., Monticello, MS, Sr
Everill, Derek J., Picayune, MS, Fr
Everill, Nathan R., Picayune, MS, Sr
Ewell, Burnie J., Vicksburg, MS, Fr
Ezell, Eric, Taylorsville, MS, Jr
Ezell, Sharon K., Waynesboro, MS, Sr
Ezell, Tara L., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Ezelle, Missy A., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Fairburn, Karen B., Magnolia, MS, Sr
Fairchild, Natalie M., Morton, MS, Fr
Fairley, Ola N., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Fallon, Karen A., Lucedale, MS, Jr
Falls, Janet M., Picayune, MS, So
Fant, Portia L., Ellisville, MS, Jr
Farris, Ronald D., Petal, MS, Jr
Farris, S. Christopher, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Faust, David L., Pascagoula, MS, Jr
Favre, Christy T., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr
Fedric, Claire H., Clarksdale, MS, Fr
Felder, Pamela J., Liberty, MS, Jr
Felkner, Thomas A., Fort Walton Beach, FL, So
Fendley, Debby, Picayune, MS, Jr
Ferguson, Debbie A., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Ferguson, Joseph C., Byrd's Chapel, MS, Jr
Ferguson, Mary A., Gulfport, MS, Sr
Ferguson, Tommy G., Columbus, MS, Sr
Ferrell, Carolyn E., Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr
Ferrell, Gloria A., Taylorsville, MS, Jr
Feuerrigel, Lisa J., Brookhaven, MS, Fr
Fife, Dale K., Fort Walton Beach, FL, Sr
Fife, Margaret E., Hattiesburg, MS, Gr
Finch, Reba J., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Finley, Erin P., Mendenhall, MS, Sr
Finley, Michael E., Mendenhall, MS, So.
Fischer, Laura E., Mary Esther, FL, Jr.
Fish, Arthur G., Lower Stewiacke, Nova Scotia,
Fisher, Audrey S., Canton, MS,
Fisher, Belinda D., Philadelphia, MS,
Fisher, Clarence lll, Jackson, MS,
Fisher, Leigh A., Meridian, MS,
Fishman, Mark A., Biloxi, MS, Jr
Fite, William J., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Fitzgerald, Martin F., Gautier, MS, Sr
Fitzgerald, Mike D., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr
Fizer, Brenda F., Clarksdale, MS, Jr
Fleming, Sandra L., Natchez, MS, Sr
Fletcher, Karen E., Pensacola, FL, So
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Folkes, Billy W., Seminary, MS, Jr.
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Foster, Stacie J., Walker, LA, Sr.
Fountain, Candi S., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
James B., Jackson, MS, Fr.
David B., Carthage, MS, Sr.
Fowler, Charlotte L., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Fowler, De Von L., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Fowler, Laura, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Fowler, William J., Mobile, AL, Fr.
Fox, Cyndi J., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Frallic, Susan G., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
France, Glenn D., Waveland, MS, So.
Franciskato, Bobby, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Franco, Thomas J., Mobile, AL, Sr.
Frank, Rebecca B., Metairie, LA, Jr.
Franklin, David N., Brookhaven, MS, Sr,
Franklin, Leon, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Franklin, Sheba A., Columbia, MS, So.
Frazier, Amber E., Clinton, MS, So.
Frazier, Gloria J., Quitman, MS, Sr.
Frazier, Pamela J., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Frederick, Amy R., Edwards, MS, So.
Freeman, Carol S., Pascagoula. MS, So.
Freeman, Sherrie J., Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Freeman, Thomas, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Freil, Cinde S., Huntsville, AL, Jr.
French, Robin A., Gulfport, MS: Jr.
Frentz, Ann M., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Freshour, Ted C., Gulfport. MS, Sr.
Friday, Kena L., Brookhaven, MS, So.
Friesz, Linda Marie, Vicksburg. MS: Fr.
Fross, Debrah J., Ocean Springs. MS, Sr.
Frye, Elizabeth, Brandon. MS: Sr.
Fullen, Tina D., Hattiesburg. MS, Jr.
Fulling, Gregory L., Blytheville. AR: So.
Fulmer, Ann E., Long Beach. MS: So.
Fulton, Tamara C., Biloxi, MS: Jr.
Fultz, Michael K., Vicksburg. MS, Fr.
Funchess. Lisa H.: Hattiesburg. MS: Jr.
Fung-A-Fat, Richard H., Gulfport, MS,
Fung-A-Fat, Ronald S., Gulfport, MS, Sr
Furlow, Melanie, Jackson, MS,
Furr, Awana K., Picayune, MS
Furrh, Leigh H., Jackson, MS,
Furtrell, Joyce L., Picayune, MS
Gable, Carmen R., Raleigh, MS,
Gagliano, Gary M., Hattiesburg, MS
Gaines, Korby L., Newton MS
Gainey, Clara R., Walnut Grove, MS,
Galle, Warren R., Gulfport,
Galloway, Meg, Canton, MS, Jr
Gambill, Norah l., Meridian, MS,
Gambrell, Tina, Slidell, LA,
Gameron, Jennifer L., Laurel, MS
Gammage, Lisa L., Bay Springs, MS
Gandy, Charles H., Picayune, MS,
Gandy, Jerry L., Biloxi, MS,
Gandy,'Susan M., Hazlehurst, MS,
Gardner, Mary V., Hattiesburg, MS,
Garner, Guy H., Pascagoula, MS.,
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Garrison, Jimmie L., Jackson, MS
Gaston, Anne E., Gulfport, MS,
Gaston, Frederick J., Gulfport, MS,
Gaston, William, Gulfport, MS
Gates, Elvis B., Long Beach,
Gatewood, Jo Beth, Franklinton, LA,
Gatlin, Nancy G., Laurel, MS,
Gautier, Kris, Long Beach, MS,
Gecewicz, Nancy R., Canton, MA,
Gent, Jaqueline A., Hattiesburg, MS
Gentile, Frank J., Sarasota, FL,
George, Mary C., Brookhaven, MS
Gex, Lucien M. lll, Waveland, MS
Giachelli, Melinda L., Greenville, MS
Gibbens, Patrick C., Bay St. Louis, MS
Gibbs, Esther L., Quitman, MS
Gibson, Julie K., Clinton, MS,
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Gibson, Susan M., Biloxi, MS, So.
Gibson, Tammy J., Natchez, MS, Fr.
Giddis, Kevin H., Gulf Breeze, FL, Jr.
Gilbert, Bryant P., Biloxi, MS, So.
Gilchrist, Margaret L., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Gill, Rachel L., Meadville, MS, Jr.
Gill, Sabrena B., Woodland, MS, Sr.
Gill, Tami L., Picayune, MS, Fr.
Gilleon, Grant H., Slidell, LA, Jr.
Gillespie, Hugh B. IV, Raymond, MS, Sr.
Gillespie, Pamela J. Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Gillham, Bradley I., Okolona, MS, Sr.
Gillum, John L., Long Beach, MS, So.
Gilmer, Kinnard, Edwards, MS, Jr.
Gilmore, Clayton, Pensacola, FL, Sr.
Gilmore, Richard A., Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr
Gilmore, Timothy D., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Ginn, David T., Atlanta GA, So.
Ginn, Donald L., Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
Gipson, Sandy D., Magee, MS, Fr.
Gisewsk, Greg A., Atlanta, GA, Jr.
Glenn, Duane T., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Godbold, Judy M., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Godbolt, Lisah S., Jackson, MS, So.
Goff, Tony L., Escatawpa, MS, So.
Golden, Suzy B., Dunedin, GL, So.
Gollott, Lisa M., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Gomillion, Lynne, Carthage, MS, Sr,
Gonzalez, Anna C., Columbia. MS: Jr.
Gonzalez, Ralph M., Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Goodman, Gladys S., Jackson. MS, Sr.
Goodman, Laura L., Tampa, FL, Jr.
Goodrich, Nancy L., Picayune, MS: Jr,
Goodwin, Angela, Forest. MS: Sr.
Goodwin, Beverly R., Louisville, MS: So.
Gordon, Donna R.: Grand Bay. AL: Fr.
Gordon, Donna R., Hattiesburg. MS: Fr.
Gordon. John D.: Pascagoula. MS: So.
Gordon, Rodney G.: Pascagoula. MS, So.
Gore. Sandra J.: Jackson. MS: Sr.
Gosa, Sandra L.: Jackson. MS: Jr.
Gottsche, Joanne M., Ocean Springs, MS
Gottstine, Michael J., Wilmer, AL,
Gough, Greg L., Senatobia, MS,
Gould, Danette K., Atlanta, GA
Gould, Missy, Monticello, MS
Goux, Charles E., Chunky, MS
Gower, Elizabeth G., Hattiesburg, MS,
Grady, Eunice R., Jackson, MS
Grady, Johnny P., Jackson, MS,
Graham, Debra G., Hattiesburg, MS,
Graham, Gregory A., Petal, MS
Grant, Beth, Picayune, MS,
Grant, Rita R., Carson, CA,
Grantham, William M,, Hattiesburg, MS
Graves, Cora V., Gulfport, MS
Graves, Gary J., Taylorsville, MS
Graves, James M., Taylorsville, MS
Gray, Denise M., Slidell, LA,
Gray, Malcolm V., Hattiesburg, MS,
Gray, Tammy K., Philadelphia, MS
Gray, Tina M.
Grayson, Charla K., Meridian, MS,
Green, Madonna J., Pearl, MS
Greene, Donna L., Meridian, MS
Greenwaldt, Mike E., Canton, MS,
Greer, Bobby R., Columbia, MS,
Gregorski, Cynthia A., Mobile, AL,
Grenn, Elizabeth A., Pearl, MS,
Grierson, Raymond J., Moss Point MS,
Griffin, Kathy, Alapaha, GA
Griffith, Deborah K., Long Beach, MS,
Griffon, Catherine A., Pass Christian, MS,
Grill, Patrick M., Memphis, TN,
Grimes, Brenda G., Millny, AL
Grissom, Robert E. Jr., Taylorsville, MS,
Grizzard, Laurie B., Ocean Springs, MS,
Grubbs, Carolyn A., Magee, MS,
Grubbs, Dinah J., Star, MS
Grubbs, John M., Florence, MS,
Grush, Guy T., Slidell, LA,
Gryder, Vickie L., Biloxi, MS,
Guercio, Angela J., Natchez, MS,
Guernsey, Perilyn, Pensacola, FL,
Guerrero, Wilson G., Caracas, Venesuala,
Guess, Martin W., Hattiesburg, MS,
Guice, John M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Guion, John O., Yazoo, MS
Guizerix, David J., Picayune, MS,
Guizerix, Kathleen L., Picayune, MS,
Gulledge, Lisa L., Canton, MS,
Gunn, Mark E., Forest, MS
Gunter, Deborah L., Wiggins, MS,
Gustafson, Gayle A., Mobile, AL,
Guthrie, Donna, Pearl, MS,
Guthrie, Robert G., Laurel, MS,
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Haarala, Randy K., Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Haas, Cletus A., Kiln, MS, So.
Haas, Nicholas M. Jr., Bay St. Louis, MS,
Haase, Randy J., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Haddox, Kevin G., Columbia, MS, Jr.
Haddox, Laura N., Columbia, MS., Sr.
Haggard, Patricia, Louisville, MS, Sr.
Hale, Virginia A., Belzoni, MS, 50.
Hales, Robert C. Jr., McComb, MS, Jr.
Hainds, Craig, San Pedro, CA, Sr.
Hall, Charles W., Hattiesburg, MS, Gr,
Hall, Diane L., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Hall, Dody L., Natchez, MS, So.
Hall, Gordon A., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Hall, Janet A., Mount Olive, MS, Jr.
Hall, Mannie E., Purvis, MS, Jr.
Hall, Robin E., Natchez, MS, Jr.
Hall, Samuel C., Magnolia, M5, Jr.
Hall, Thomas R., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Halterlein, Christopher P., Long Beach
Halthon, Ollie M., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Hambric, Anna L., Ft. Belvoir, VA, So.
Hamby, Greg, Ripley, MS, So.
Hamby, Harry W., Petal, MS, So.
Hamil, Rita C., Madison, MS, Jr.
Hamill, Randy N., Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Marcus C., Brownsville, MS, Sr
Douglas A., Laurel, MS, So.
Eliza A., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Kim E., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Sandra K., Monticello, MS, Fr.
Tammy J., Biloxi, MS, So.
Hamrick, Justine L., Ft. Walton Beach, FL So
Hamrick, Vicki A., Hickory, MS, Jr.
Hanauer, Donald E., Springfield, II., So.
Hanberry, William P., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Hancock, Debbie, Florence, MS, So.
Hancock, Vallerie S., Meadville, MS, Jr.
Hand, William P., Bay St. Louis. MS, Sr.
Hands, Wanda R., Hattiesburg, MS, So,
Haney, Allison, Quitman, MS, So.
Hanley, Denise H., Vicksburg, MS, So.
Hanley, Nancy C., Jackson. MS, Fr.
Hansen, William N., Gulfport. MS, Sr.
Hanser, David F., Ocean Springs. MS: Jr.
Hansson, Micheal L., Vanersborg. Sweden, Fr
Hardacre, Lynn M., Jackson. MS: Jr.
Haralson, Alfonzo, Forrest, MS: Jr.
Hardaway, Wayne A., Enterprise. MS: Sr.
Hardin, Elizabeth R., Memphis. TN, Jr.
Hardy, Cennie M., Louin. MS, Sr.
Hardy. R. Bruce. Columbus. MS: Jr.
Harkins, Florence L.: Carthage. MS, Jr.
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Harman, Debbe R., Pearl,
Harper, Harold F,, Bartow,
Harper, Jacquelyn D., Greenville,
Harper, Jeri L., Vicksburg,
Harper, Teresa K., Tylertown,
Harper, Teri, Hattiesburg,
Harrell, Chuck, Moss Point,
Harrelson, Debbie G., Grenada,
Harris, Cassandra A., Clarksdale,
Harris, Charles W., Gulfport,
Harris, Darryl G., Moss Point,
Harris, James R., Brooklyn,
Harris, Linda L., Newton,
Harris, Namon Jr., Jackson,
Harris, Richard L. Jr., Ocean Springs,
Harris, Stacey K., Laurel,
Harris, Stella M, Tougaloo,
Harrison, Kathryn A., Philadelphia,
Harrison, Mary B., Columbia,
Harrison, Patsy M., Gulfport,
Hart, Jackie E., Brookhaven,
Hart, Myrtis L., Jackson,
Hart, Teri, Pascagoula,
Hartfield, Roy J. Jr., Purvis,
Hartmann, Maria, Ocean Springs,
Hartfield, Bialla B., Purvis,
Harthcock, Jane L., Newton,
Hartnett, Kim, Pensacola,
Harvey, John J., Long Beach,
Harvey, Percy L., Carthage,
Harville, Larence G., Hattiesburg,
Harwell, Rhonda G., Brandon,
Haskins, Bonnie K., Brandon,
Hastings, Michael S., Brandon,
Hathorn, Angela Y., Meridian,
Haupt, Beth A., Gulfport, MS Jr
Haupt, Connie, Gulfport,
Hawkins, Landler B., Wesson,
Hawkins, Carrie, Ft. Walton Beach,
Hawkins, Sonja A., Mendenhall,
Hawthorn, Angela, Hattiesburg,
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Hayes, Linda A., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Hayman, John M., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Haywood, Joy E., Macm, MS, Jr,
Headley, Kris A., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Heard, Dana S., Brooksville, MS, Sr.
Heard, Kathleen A., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Heaton, Nancy H., Brookhaven, MS, So.
Hebert, Curtis L., Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Hedgepeth, Curtis G., Ellisville, MS, JR.
Heflin, Michele, Gulfport, MS, Jr,
Hegwood, Leslie E., Richton, MS, So.
Hegwood, Lisa R., Forest, MS, So.
Hemeter, Robin L., McComb, MS, Jr.
Hemphill, Mary A., Rose Hill, MS, Sr.
Henderson, Karl T., Lucedale, MS, Fr.
Henderson, Laura A., Sandhill, MS, Fr.
Henderson, Sharla R., Columbus, MS, So.
Hendrix, Joe B., Columbus, MS, Sr.
Hendry, Anna M., Ovett, MS, Jr.
Henley, Craig E., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Hennis, Marty R., Chatom, AL, Fr.
Henry, Donna G., McComb, MS, Sr.
Henry, Pamela L., Natchez, MS, Fr.
Herrin, Sandra, Braxton, MS, Sr.
Herring, Patricia L., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Herring, Richard A., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Herring, Rose M., Bassfield, MS, Sr.
Herrington, Kimberly B., Gulfport, MS, So.
Herrington, Pattie L., Woodville, MS, Jr.
Herrington, Robert P., Woodville, MS, Fr.
Hensleigh, Deborah L., Hattiesburg. MS: Sr
Hess, Von A., Belle Chasse, LA, So.
Hester, Denise, Taylorsville, MS: Jr.
Hetrick, Scott A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Hewes, William G. Ill, Gulfport. MS: So.
Hickman, Ron L., Jamestown. Rl, Sr.
Hicks. Debra K., Jackson. MS: So.
Hicks, Steve E., Natchez. MS, Sr.
Hicks, Tammy L.: Laurel. MS, Jr.
Higginbotham. Jayne, Jackson. MS, Sr.
Higginbotham, Lori L.: Biloxi. MS: Jr.
Hilbun, Cynthia M., Vicksburg, MS, Jr
Hill, Ann M., Jackson, MS, Jr
Hill, Pamela K., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Hille, Carla E., Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr
Hilley, Carolyn E., Gautier, MS, So
Hillman, Paul M., Richton, MS, Fr
Hilton, Twylia F., Biloxi, MS, So
Hindman, Cheryl, Bay Springs, MS, Sr
Hines, Janet L., Ridgeland, MS, So
Hines, Janice M., Corinth, MS, Gr
Hines, Lee Anne, Long Beach, MS, Fr
Hines, Oliver W., Jackson, MS, So
Hines, Randall J., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
Hines, Yvetta K., Clarksdale, MS, Sr
Hinman, Munson P., Pascagoula, MS, So
Hinton, Teresa B., Laurel, MS, Sr
Hobson, Cynthia A., Lafayette, LA., So
Hodges, Chris S., Lyon, MS, Fr
Hogue, Keith, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr
Hoitt, Richard J., Pascagoula, MS, So
Holifield, Billy C., Laurel, MS, Jr
Holifield, Jan, Taylorsville, MS, Jr
Holland, Jeannie W., Jackson, TN, So
Holland, Paul R., Biloxi, MS, So
Holley, Michiel E., West Point, MS, Sr
Hollingsworth, Lisa C., Meadville, MS, Sr
Hollins, Mary L., Madison, MS, Fr
Holloman, Timothy L., Bay Springs, MS, Sr
Holloway, Jo L., Long Beach, MS, Fr
Holloway, Pamala J., Jackson, MS, Sr
Holloway, Scottye M., Magee, MS, Jr
Holloway, Tammy L., Vicksburg, MS, So
Holm, Carol A., Gioster, MS, So
Holman, George R., Bolton, MS, Jr
Holley, Karen D., Holly Springs, MS, Sr
Hollis, Charles D., Biloxi, MS, So
Holsomback, Jack A., Vicksburg, MS, Sr
Holyfield, Kevin P., Lucedale, MS, Sr
Honeycutt, Jeffrey W., Jackson, MS, Jr
Hoover, Lindy C., Meadville, MS, Jr
Hopper, Steve A., Natchez, MS, Gr
Horne, Jeana S., Gulfport, MS, So
Horne, Latrecia A., Philadelphia, MS, Jr
Horne, Regina A., Jackson, MS, Jr
Horton, Verlena, Si,ver Creek, MS, Jr
Hosch, Carole A., Gulfport, MS, Fr
Hosey, Ella M, Bay Springs, MS, Jr
Hossein-Dahbashi, Donna M., Jackson, MS, Jr
Hossein-Dahbushi, Mojtaba, Tehran, Iran, Gr
House, Susan R., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Houston, Alton R., Columbus, MS, Fr
Houston, John W., Carriere, MS, Fr
Howard, Marchessa L., Jackson, MS,
Howard, Olga O., Gulfport, MS, So
Howe, Bobby G., New Albany, MS, Jr
Howell, Bobby A., Moss Point, MS, Sr
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Howell, Lorrie M., Nicholson, MS, So.
Howell, Rachel M., Woodville, MS, Sr.
Huch, Donna L., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Huch, Martha R., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Hudson, Jeff, Sumrall, MS, So.
Hudson, Lisa K., Clarksdale, MS, Fr.
Hudson, Lloyd S., Waynesboro, MS, Sr.
Hudson, Nita D., Sumrall, MS, Fr.
Hudson, Tamara K., Clinton, MS, Sr.
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Huff, Cecil S., Brewton, AL, Jr.
Huff, Debbie J., Pearl, MS, Sr.
Huggins, Bobert W., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Hughes, Leslie I., Magee, MS, Jr.
Hughes, Wade K., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Hughes, William E., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Hultz, Alice F., Mobile, AL, So.
Humphries, Robin E., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Hunt, Pamela K., Roxie, MS, Jr.
Hunt, Terri A., Brandon, MS, Jr.
Hurns, Reginald, Cleveland, MS, Jr.
Hurst, Juanita, Magnolia, MS, Sr.
Hurst, Richard A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Hurst, Walter J., Magnolia, MS, Fr.
Hurt, Lisa G., Lumberton, MS, Fr.
Husley, Terri L., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Husser, Tammy L., Franklinton, LA, Sr.
Idol, Sally F., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Ingraffin, Michael H., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Judy D., Sumrall, MS, Jr.
Kim R., Vicksburg, MS, So.
Kyle T., Palo Alto, CA, Sr.
Lisa H., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Inman, T.J., Jackson, MS, Sr
Irby, Karen R., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Irby, Merri F., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Irby, Suzanne, Jr.
Ireland, Carol L., Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Isbell, Timothy T., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Iseman, Ron, Ford City, PA, Sr.
lshee, David, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Iverson, Karla A., Hernando, MS: So.
Ivy, Debra A., Oxford, MS, Jr.
Jackson, Corolyn L., McComb, MS, Jr.
Jackson, Craig, McComb, MS, Sr.
Jackson, Curt P., East Molin. IL, Sr.
Jackson, Danny L., Picayune. MS, Sr.
Jackson, Denton L., Coldwater. MS: Sr.
Jackson, Gwendolyn, Edwards. MS: Jr.
Jackson, MS: Florence, MS: So.
Jackson, Harold W., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Jackson, Joseph A., New Orleans. LA, Fr
Jackson, Kim D., Hattiesburg. MS1 Jr.
Jackson, Linda S., Coldwater. MS: Gr.
Jackson, Martha A., Hattiesburg, MS
Jackson, Paula E., Gloster, MS
Jackson, Robyn N., Gulfport, MS,
Jackson, Sheila A., Tylertown, MS,
Jackson, Steven J., Summit, MS,
James, Clifford L., Gulfport, MS,
James, Dennis L., Gulfport, MS,
James, Julie V., Jackson, MS,
Jannehill, Susan D., Jackson, MS,
Janus, Cynthia A., Biloxi, MS,
Jarrell, Kenneth W., Tylertown, MS,
Jarvis, Katherine L., Pascagoula, MS
Jeanfreau, Diane M., Metairie, LA
Jelusich, Andrea M., Gulfport, MS
Jenkins, Charles R. Jackson, MS,
Jenkins, Pamela J., Hornlake, MS,
Jennings, Steven E., Hattiesburg, MS,
Jennings, Tina L., Gulfport, MS
Jessie, Sandra L., Ocean Springs, MS
Jeter, Paula L., Greenville, MS,
Jimmerson, Kenneth L., Moss Point, MS
Joachim, Michael R., Biloxi, MS,
Johnson, Andrew W., Vicksburg, MS
Johnson, Anthony B., Sebastopol, MS
Johnson, Beverly J., Lexington, MS,
Johnson, Bradley B., Tylertown, MS
Johnson, Brenda D., Port Gibson, MS
Johnson, Bruce E., Gulfport, MS,
Johnson, Bud, Vicksburg, MS,
Johnson, Cheryl L., Ft. Lauderdale, FL,
Johnson, Cindy D., Ocean Springs, MS,
Johnson, Debra A., Colguitt, GA,
Johnson, Gayle L., Jackson, MS,
Johnson, Gregory L., Natchez, MS,
Johnson, Irma D., Forest, MS,
Johnson, Jackqueline, Chicago, lL
Johnson, Janet C., Jackson, MS,
Johnson, Jeffery D., Madison, MS,
Johnson, Jeffrey A., Jackson, MS
Johnson, Jerri A., Hattiesburg, MS
Johnson, Joseph E., Vicksburg, MS,
Johnson, Karen Y., Lorman, MS,
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Rochelle, Clarksdale, MS, Jr.
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P., Durant, MS, Sr.
A., Prentiss, MS: Jr.
Biloxi, MS, Fr.
, Boyle, MS, So.
Terrance K., Gulfport, MS, Fr
Terry D., Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Johnston, Carl E., Petal, MS, So.
Johnston, Cynthia C., Decatur, MS, Fr
Joiner, Lawrence M., Jackson, MS, Fr
Jolly, Timothy J., Meridian, MS, Fr.
Jones, Annie M., Lauderdale, MS, Sr.
Jones, Ava C., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Jones, Avery M. Jr., Shubuta, MS, Jr,
Jones, Beverly A., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr
Jones, Charles H. Jr., Gulfport, MS, Jr
Jones, Cheryl B., Raymond, MS, Jr.
David W., Gulfport, MS: Sr.
Demeatra W., Hattiesburg. MS: Fr
Edna L., Lucedale, MS, Sr.
Ella W., Lula, MS, Sr.
Gay L., Raymond, MS, Jr.
Lori A., Natchez, MS, Fr.
Mary S. B., Hattiesburg, MS: So
Melissa E., Hattiesburg. MS: Fr
Rebecca, Shubuta, MS, Sr.
Gregory, Greenwood, MS: Jr.
Kandye L., Jackson. MS: Sr.
Kelley R., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Leroy, Columbus, MS: Fr.
Jordan, Robin L.:
Joseph, Alton H '
Okolona, MS: Sr.
Mize. MS: Sr.
Corinth. MS: Sr.
Mobile. AL: Sr.
Moss Point, MS: So.
Seminary, MS, Sr
Crystal Springs, MS Jr
New Orleans, LA F
Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Joseph, Robert S. Jr., Natchez, MS
Justice, David B., Melbourne, FL,
Kahlstorf, Miki, Orlando, FL,
Kalil, Gena D., McComb, MS,
Kamiya, Hideyuki, Toyko, Japan,
Kasaj, Michael, Gulfport, MS,
Kaskie, Mark A., Forest, MS,
Kay, Antrice D., Corinth, MS,
Kee, Terri L, Lumberton, MS,
Keene, Scott L., Ocean Springs, MS,
Keene, Susan T., Brnadon, MS,
Keene, Roy J., Mobile, AL,
Keeter, Melissa A., Clinton, MS,
Keith, Paul M., Birmingham, AL,
Keith, Thomas B., Purvis, MS
Keith, Tim M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Kellar, Sylvia V., Picayune, MS,
Kelley, Brenda F., Meridian, MS,
Kelley, Fred R., Hazelhurst, MS
Kelly, Rhonda C., Southhaven, MS,
Kemp, Cynthia M., Gulfport, MS
Kemp, Janet, Gulfport, MS,
Kemper, Delores A., Jackson, MS
Kennedy, Andy, Magee, MS
Kennedy, David S., Biloxi, MS,
Kennedy, Michael D., Hattiesburg, MS,
Kennedy, Tex K., Honalulu, Hawaii
Kenny, Rebecca A., Corinth, MS,
Kensler, Peggy L., Pascagoula, MS,
Kent, Angie C., Clinton, MS,
Kenworthy, Jim S., Anaheim, CA,
Kergosien, Suzi M., Bay St. Louis, MS
Kern, Deborah D., Terre Haute, IN,
Kern, Lisa A., Bay St. Louis, MS
Kesler, Gregory L., Ocean Springs, MS,
Kessler, Robin O., Hattiesburg, MS,
Key, Jackie B., Hattiesburg, MS,
Key, Tommie J., Dekalb, MS,
Keyes, Robert W. Jr., Hattiesburg, MS,
Keys, Cedric C., Jackson, MS,
Keyes, Lynda C., Jackson, MS,
Keys, Jackie, Magee, MS,
Keys, Kimberly D., Florence, MS,
Kidd, Maranda J., Sandersville, MS
Kilgore, Joel E., West Point, MS
Killebrew, Gail K., Sumrall, MS
Kinest, Marla R., Biloxi, MS
King, Dixie L., Vance, MS
King, Dolores H., Magee, MS
King, Jerry, Sumrall, MS
King, Katherine M., Lyman, MS
King, Kathy L., Jackson, MS,
King, Kathy M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Kassel J. Gregory, Hattiesburg, MS,
Kelley, Karen K., Pascagoula, MS,
Kilsby, Julie T., Hattiesburg, MS
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King, Patti C., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
King, Shannon D, Clinton, MS, So.
Kirk, Montgomery B., Pascgoula, MS, Jr.
Kirkland, Leslie K., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Kirkley, Angela C., Carson, MS, Fr.
Kirkpatrick, Claudia P., Defiance, OH, Fr.
Kirkpatrick, Katherine M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Kinnard, Shirley J., Utica, MS, Jr.
Kiser, Christopher S., Biloxi, MS, So.
Kitchens, Brian C., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Kitchens, Nancy E,, Meridian, MS, Gr.
Kittell, Leonard C., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Klein, T.K., Waveland, MS, Sr.
Kleiss, Barbara A., Crystal Lake, lL, Gr.
Knight, Clay P., Poparville, MS, Jr.
Knight, Karen, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Knight, Nancy E., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Knight, Sheila, Stringer, MS, Jr.
Koelling, David C., Starkville, MS, Jr,
Koger, Thomas L., Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr.
Koontz, Diane M., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Koskie, Elizabeth C., Jackson, MS, Gr.
Kozakiewiez, Peter J,, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Kramer, Susie K., Quitman, MS, Jr.
Krawezyk, Joseph R., San Antonio, TX, Sr.
Kreamer, Kevin M,, Wesson, MS, Sr.
Krebs, Carolyn R., Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Krebs, Donna M., Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Krebs, Michael K., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Krenek, Christopher B., Jackson, MS, So,
Krenek, Clayton J., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Krohn, Steven C., Gulfport, MS, So.
Krug, Phyllis E., Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Kubitz, Linda M., Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Kuluz, Peter J., Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Labat, Eric M., Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
LaBiche, T.C., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Lacy, Cindy L., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Lacy, Steven K., Long Beach, MS, Fr,
Ladner, Brian H., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Ladner, Delarie A., Pass Christian, MS, Fr,
Ladner, Lee A., Lumberton, MS, Fr.
Ladner, Robin L., Picayune, MS, So.
Ladnier, Edward C., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
La Fon, Ronald R., Columbia. MS: Sr.
Lagman, Elizabeth V vie, AL, Fr.
Lakey, Terry P., Long Beach. MS: Jr.
Lamb, Carolyn G, Biloxi, MSL Jr.
Lamb, Cynthia R., Baton Rouge. LA, Sr,
Lambert, John P., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Lambert, Theresa D., Laurel, MS: Sr.
Lampe, Bruce E., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
Lander, David M, Moss Point. MS: Sr.
Landrum, Betty L., Waynesboro. MS: Jr.
Lane. Cynthia S., Moss Point. MS: So.
New Head Coach:
Laney, Leigh A., Magee,
Lang, Karen E., Long Beach,
Lang, Linda L., Pascagoula,
Lang, Mary M., Pascagoula,
Langford, Sherri J., Carthage,
Langley, Valerie C., Defuniak Springs,
Langston, Michele, Pascagoula,
Langston, Nita F., Raymond,
Lansdale, Mark S., Ocean Springs,
Larry, Alisa A., Starkville,
Larsen, Sherry L., Pascagoula,
Laseter, Dianne E., Morton,
Lashley, Rebecca, Meridian,
Lauderdale, Kathryn, Jackson,
Lauhlin, Kay, Meridian,
LaVigne, David W., Hattiesburg,
Lawler, Cindy L., Purvis,
Lawless, Elizabeth A., Laurel,
Lawrence, Claire F., Ocean Springs,
Lawrence, Darla N., Pascagoula,
Lawson, Curtis W., Braxton,
Lazenby, Terri J., Purvis,
Leach, Vickie L., Jackson,
Leake, Carol L., Woodville,
Lear, Veronica A., Tylertown,
Lear, William L., Bay St. Louis,
LeBlanc, Angela M., Wiggins,
LeBlanc, Lisa A., Hattiesburg,
Lee, Ava J., Gulfport,
Lee, Connie D., Gulfport,
Lee, Denise, Seminary,
Lee, J. Renee, Petal,
Lee, Joyce N., Picayune,
Lee, Kristi L., Hattiesburg,
Lee, Linda G., Picayune,
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February 27, the Southerner was granted an
interview with new Head Football Coach Jim
Carmody. Below are some excerpts from
SOUTHERNER: How do you feel about the
situation you're stepping into here-football
wise-as far as the team is concerned?
CARMODY: I feel like the schedule is more
difficult. I realize that and I think we have to
guard against complacency. I think it looks
like the players are determined, but some-
times when you look at it down on paper-
you can easily say, "Oh boy, we've got every-
one back-all the football players, but we've
got to work even harder than we did in the
past because the schedule's harder. We
dropped Texas-Arlington and Lamar and
added Auburn and Ole Miss. That's just two
examples there. I think it's the most difficult
schedule USM's ever had in the history of the
SOUTHERNER: I know you mentioned a lot
of returning football players. Davey Sellers is
gone and Sammy Winder won't be back. Are
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you going to make any significant changes, as
far as the running game is concerned, to more
of a passing-oriented game?
CARMODY: Davey Sellers is gone-that's
true. But not only is Sammy Winder gone, but
Ricky Floyd who played behind Sammy, cer-
tainly a big, big threat for four years, particu-
larly in catching the football and throwing the
option-pass. He can make a long run for you
with his great speed. So We've lost our first
two tailbacks. I think the jury's out on the
others. But as far as throwing the football-
we may throw the football more, but we're
not going to change drastically. I think to win
nine games, and you have a quarterback like
Reggie Collier coming back to go out there
and change your whole offense is not very
smart. So we're going to keep the same run-
ning attack, and we might add a few new
wrinkles to the passing game. There won't be
any drastic changes.
SOUTHERNER: How do you think the
change in coaching has affected recruiting
players? I guess the best example would be
Marcus Dupree. A lot of people had high
hopes about him.
CARMODY: I think that's a real misconcep-
tion about Marcus Dupree. The change in
coaches had nothing to do with Marcus Du-
pree . . . if it had he would have gone to SMU.
People need to figure it out. It wasn't individ-
uals or coaching staff. We got down to the
wire with Oklahoma. It was Oklahoma and
the University of Southern Mississippi vying
for the most prestigious player in America.
He decided on Oklahoma. We certainly do
wish him well. He's a fine player. We've got a
lot of good players. Marcus Dupree went with
Oklahoma, but we're very, very excited
about our team.
SOUTHERNER: When we talked with Bobby
Collins he said Reggie Collier had a good
chance ifor a Heisman Trophyl-that is was
possible at Southern Mississippi to have a
Heisman Trophy winner.
CARMODY: Well, I think that's true. I talked
to the players about that. Some people say
"Don't go to Southern Mississippi-you
won't get the recognition," but this is untrue.
Reggie finished ninth in the voting for the
Heisman trophy as an underclassman. Cer-
tainly he is one of, if not the best, quarter-
backs in the nation. We don't stress that with
Reggie-I didn't even bring that up in the
team meeting-those are things that are ex-
tra. We don't stress thinking about individual
achievements and individual awards. This is
a team-oriented ball club. We've got a good
year-we've got a good chance for some
post-season awards, but as far as the main
problem of Southern Mississippi getting a
Heisman Trophy, that isn't the issue, the
main thing is to win as a team.
SOUTHERNER: Do you sense any appre-
hension on the part of the players about the
schedule next year?
CARMODY: We really strive-this is an old
cliche-as you start looking to a date later in
the season, you'll probably get beat by North
Louisana. We have not sat down and started
spring practice yet and gone over our sched-
ule. Whether there will be any apprehension
or not-I feel like we've got a good football
team and they'll be looking forward to it en-
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'W Lee, Robin S., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
I 1' Lee, Sherry M., Nicholson, Ms, Fr.
D Lee, Tammy L., Picayune, MS, Jr.
- Legg, Sharon H., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
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Lehe, Erich D., Jayess, MS, Sr.
Lennon, Julie E., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Leonberger, Tim, Champaign, IL, Gr.
Leslie, Andy, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Lewis, George E., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Lewis, John R., Flora, MS, Fr.
Lewis, Patricia A., Mt. Olive, MS, Fr.
Lewis, Rex T., Pelahatchie, MS, Jr.
Lewis, Willie E., Gulfport, MS, So.
Lick, Charles D., Raymond, MS, So.
Lightsey, Linda F., Columbia, MS, Sr.
Lightsey, Regina A., Columbia, MS, So.
Lightsey, Stella J., Pachuta, MS, Jr.
Lilly, Rita L., Crystal Springs, MS, Jr.
Lindsay, Vanessa L., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Lisenbee, Doug G., Cantonment, FL, Fr.
Little, Billy D., New Hebron, MS: Jr.
Little, Deedra E., Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Little, Suzette, Hazlehurst. MS, Jr.
Littlepage, Janet L., Biloxi, MS, So.
Littlepage, Nancy L., Biloxi, MS, Gr.
Livingston, Lynn, Union, MS, So.
Lloyd, Jamie L., Ocean Springs. MS, Sr.
Locke. Alice E., Winona. MS: So.
Locke, Charles E., Winona, MS, Sr.
Lofland. Iris A., Saucier, MS, Jr.
Logan, Julius S., Hattiesburg. MS: Sr.
Logan, Paula L., Magee, MS: Fr.
Longino, Frank S.: Mobile. AL: So.
Loper, Cheryl A., Biloxi, MS
Lopez, Pedro C., Maracaibo, Venezuela
Lott, David J., Hattiesburg, MS
Lott, Oscar D., Wiggins, MS,
Lott, Thomas A., Seminary, MS,
Loughman, Christine M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Love, Curtis C. Jr., Biloxi, MS
Love, D. Kelly, Maranello, Italy,
Love, Kerry A., Vicksburg, MS,
Love, Lynne E., Corinth, MS,
Love, James K., Vicksburg, MS
Loveday, Sandra R., Clinton, MS
Lovelady, Darrell E., Petal, MS,
Lovell, Frank A,, Hattiesburg, MS
Lovern, Zella A., Hattiesburg, MS,
Lovitt, Lisa A., Brookhaven, MS,
Lowery, Cynthia D., Natchez, MS,
Lowery, Nancy S., Wesson, MS,
Lowery, Nina J., Mendenhall, MS,
Lowry, Lisa R., Hattiesburg, MS
Lubritz, Paige A,, Hattiesburg, MS,
Lucas, Denise, Tylertown, MS
Lucas, Martha C., Hattiesburg, MS,
Lucas, Regena L., Greenwood, MS,
Luckett, Karen R., Yazoo City, MS,
Luckey, Billy C., Magee, MS
Lucky, Jarold K., Hattiesburg, MS,
Luke, Elizabeth L., Florence, MS
Lumpkin, Sharon K., Picayune, MS,
Lumpkin, Sheila L., Picayune, MS,
Lynch, Thomas C., Biloxi, MS,
Lynn, Alfredia M., Jackson, MS,
Lynn, Frankie D., Moss Point, MS,
Lytle, Gina V., Biloxi, MS,
Mackabee, Velma M., Brookhaven, MS
Mackay, Kevin M., Columbia, MS,
Mackey, Rufus, Batesville, MS
Macklin, Dennis, Hattiesburg, MS,
MacLean, Hillies S., Pascagoula, MS,
Maddox, Stephanie L., Clinton, MS,
Madison, Dana J., Pascagoula, MS
Maeda, Hirohisa, Tokyo, Japan,
Magee, Benita, Long Beach, MS,
Magee, Debra S., Tylertown, MS
Malache, Valerie C,, Biloxi, MS,
Mallette, Sherry S., Purvis, MS,
Malley, Richard J., Gulfport, MS,
Manguno, Monte M., Hattiesburg, MS
Mantooth, Melissa L,, Hattiesburg, MS,
Manville, Marcia A., Clinton, MS
Mark, Monica L., East Berlin, PA
Mars, Shawyn A., Mendenhall, MS,
Marsalis, Rachel F., Summit, MS, So
Marshall, Mickey L., Clinton, MS
Martin, Angela R., Petal, MS
Martin, Connie M., Tylertown, MS
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Martin, Cynthia L., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Martin, David W., Natchez, MS, So.
Martin, Terri S., Clinton, MS, Jr.
Martin, Frances V., Batesville, MS, Jr.
Martin, Robert L.H., Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Martin, Toni F., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Martin, Wayne C., Tylertown, MS, Fr.
Martinez, Alan R., Satellite Beach, Fl, Sr.
Martinolich, Kathy A., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Martinolich, Nancy A., Bay St. Louis, MS, So
Lex M., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Lisa A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Tata S., Waynesboro, MS, Fr,
Massah, Akbar, Ahwaz, lran, Sr.
Massey, Aaryanne R., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Massey, Garland T. Jr., Meridian, MS, Gr.
Massey, Patra L., Mendenhall, MS, Jr,
Mathis, Deborah L., Corinth, MS, So.
Mathis, Jennifer J., Stonewall, MS, Fr.
Mathis, Lisa K., Brookhaven, MS, So.
Mathis, Sharon A., Stonewall, MS, Sr.
Mary A., Festus, MO, Sr.
Matthews, Patricia A., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
Mauldin, Kevin S., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Mauldin, Melanie R., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Maxwy, Denise L., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Maxey, Freda J., Union, MS, Sr.
May, Daelin A., Moss Point, MS, Sr.
May, David J., Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
May, Deborah J., Petal, MS, Jr.
May, Jeffery D., Mendenhall, MS, Jr.
May, Ruth C., Columbia, MS, Jr.
Maynor, Mercedes C., Jackson, MS, Jr.
McAtee, Michael C., Kiln, MS, Sr.
McBride, Addie A., Laurel, MS, Sr.
McBride, James M., Laurel, MS, Jr.
McBride, Mika, Prince George, VA, So.
McCabe, John P., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
McCabe, Kathryn A., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
McCarty, Bruce, Shubuta, MS, Jr.
McCarty, Kevin S., lndianola, MS, Fr.
McCary, Karla J., Hattiesburg. MS, So.
McCary, Timothy G., Baldwyn. MS: Jr.
McClean, Breunan J., Pensacola, FL, Fr.
McCleland, Beverly G., Crystal Springs. MS: Sr
McClellan, Oscar L., Johnston City, ll.: Sr.
McClelland, Celest O., Jackson, MS, Fr.
McClelland, Danita K., Brookhaven. MS: So.
McClelland, Jim E., Jackson, MS, Jr.
McClelland, Ziva R., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
McClinton, Lisa T., Carriere, MS, So.
McCloskey, Kevin W., Picayune. MS: Sr.
McCloud, Donna J., Lucedale. MS, Jr.
McCollum, Anthony M.: Florence. MS: Fr.
McCollum, Ray W., Paragould. AK, Sr.
McCoy, Ginny L., Yazoo City, MS: Fr.
McCoy, Vicki J., Brookhaven,
McCrary, E. Shawn, Hattiesburg,
McCraw, Cynthia R., Mize,
McCray, Lindy F., Liberty,
McCune, Bettye M., Moss Point,
McDaniel, Janet L., Osyka,
McDonald, Lisa D., Ocean Springs,
McDonald, Vanessa, Magee,
McDonald, Nancy I., Vicksburg,
McDowell, Gloria B., Brooklyn,
McDuff, Jean M., Pascagoula,
McDuffie, Bobby, Petal,
McElroy, Kitty, Madison,
McElroy, Patty, Madison,
McEwen, Shirley M., Pascagoula,
McGee, Rhea A., Hattiesburg,
McGee, Thomas D., Jackson,
McGilvery, Rodney A., Hattiesburg,
McGirt, Rebecca L., Meridian,
McGowen, Russlyn M., Hattiesburg
McGraw, William W., Woodville,
McHann, Reba: Edwards,
Mcillwain, Kerry T., Hattiesburg,
Mclnnis, Shelia A., Magee,
McIntosh, Lee A., Brandon,
McKay, Angie L., Jackson,
McKee, Jana, Waynesboro
McKenzie, Barbara D., Jackson
McKenzie, Kevin D., Petal
McKinlsy, E. Alicia, Pascagoula
McKinney, Polly A., Mobile
McLain, Ken, Laurel,
McLaurin, Becky, Hattiesburg
McLendon, Susan A., Pearl,
McMahan, Gregory C., Hattiesburg
There is something awesome about an eagle.
They seem to be the embodiment of pride
and power. In choosing a mascot, the Univer-
sity of Southern Mississippi couldn't have
done better when they chose the Golden Ea-
gle, Aquila chrysaetos.
USM's own live, warm blooded, Golden Ea-
gle has a wing span of six feet and nine
inches, weighs nine to eleven pounds, is ap-
proximately three and a half years old ljust a
youngster considering her life span is 60 to
70 yearsl and lives in a special constructed
mew on USM's campus. Her name is Nug-
gett, a name chosen in a contest by students
Nuggett was found in southern Louisiana
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with a gunshot wound in one of her wings.
She was taken to Auburn University, where
she was rehabilitated at Auburn's Small Ani-
mal Clinic. USM was granted custody of N ug-
gett by the Department of Interior and she
was moved to Hattiesburg just over a year
ago and kept at Kamper Park Zoo until the
permanent mew tthis is what one calls a cage
for a bird of preyl could be built. The reason
for USM being able to keep a Golden Eagle in
captivity is due to the fact that she was evalu-
ated as not being able to survive in the wild.
As it is she has the next best thing-a whole
university for a fan club and two handlers,
Patty Simm and Trecia Osadchuk who adore
here and are concerned with her every need.
Trecia and Patty are animal behavior majors
at USM and volunteered for the almost never
easy task of caring for and training Nuggett.
Nuggett isn't only the concern of USM, she is
protected by Federal regulations that carry
fines up to 520,000 andfor a year in jail on
each count. Even the feathers that Nuggett
might shed are carefully collected and sent to
the Department of Interior to be given to the
American Indians who are the only group
who can legally possess and use them. All
funding for the feeding and care of Nuggett
comes from students, alumni and friends in
the form of donation.
Golden Eagles are known to form monoga-
mous life-long pair bonds and in the future it
is hoped that it will be possible to secure a
mate for Nuggett-you know what that
means-more gold nuggetts.
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McMichael, Carol, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
McMillan, Francis G., Pensacola, FL, Jr.
McMillen, Caroline L., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
McMorris, Jimmie D., Petal, MS, Fr.
McNabb, Sandra L., Purvis, MS, Jr.
McNair, Jackie L., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
McNair, Paula R., Mt. Olive, MS, Sr.
McNease, J. Greg, Gautier, MS, Jr.
McNeely, Reginald J., Columbia, SC, Gr.
McNeese, Robbie J., Columbia, MS, Jr.
McPhail, David L., Ellisville, MS, Sr.
McPhate, Dennis W., Natchez, MS, So.
McQuillin, Lisa M., Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
McRight, Tamara L., Greenville, MS, So.
McSwain, Anita B., Petal, MS, Sr.
McSwain, Shirley J., Richton, MS, So.
McWilliams, Terrie D., Picayune, MS, So.
Meadors, Michael A., Sanford, FL, So.
Meadows, Ricky W., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Medious, James C., Columbia, MS, Fr.
Meekey, Tommie L., Clarksdale, MS, So.
Meitzler, Jan D., Picayune, MS, So.
Menasco, Mary R., Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Merchant, Julie M., Jackson, MS: Sr.
Merritt, Kristal L., Moss Point, MS: Jr.
Middleton, Dianne C., Biloxi, MS, So.
Middleton, Tracy M., Laurel. MS: Fr.
Mihalsky, Lori E., Mobile. Al., Sr.
Mikkelsen, Theresa L., Magnolia Springs. MS So
Milhollin, Belinda K., Biloxi, MX, Fr.
Miller, Cheryl G.: Fairhope, AL, Sr.
Miller, Betty A., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Miller, James P.: Biloxi, MS: Sr.
Miller, Joyce E., State Line. MS: Jr.
Miller, Keith R., Laurel, MS
Miller, Monteneze L., Jackson, MS
Miller, Nancy K., Seminary, MS
Miller, Patricia A., Madison, MS
Miller, Rebecca L., Long Beach, MS
Miller, Sheila R., Ocean Springs, MS,
Miller, Warren D., Gulfport, MS,
Miller, Wayne, Gautier, MS
Mills, James A., Hattiesburg, MS,
Milner, Angela G., Hattiesburg, MS,
Mims, Kimberli Y., Poplarville, MS,
Mims, Virginia L., Natchez, MS,
Minter, Deidra L., Sebastopol, MS,
Minter, Margaret M., Collins, MS,
Miranda, Conrado E., Toronto, Ontario
Miskel, Roscoe, Pascagoula, MS,
Mitchell, April D., McNeil, MS
Mitchell, Emily K., Tylertown, MS
Mitchell, James K., Nicholson, MS,
Mitchell, Jeffrey T., Hattiesburg, MS,
Mitchell, Jon D., Jackson, MS
Mitchell, Linda S., Gulf Breeze, FL,
Mitchell, Patty G., Picayune, MS,
Mitchell, Rhonda R., Lithia Springs, GA,
Mitchell, Valerie D., Millky, AL,
Mixon, Donna S., Tylertown, MS
Moak, Barbara A., Summit, MS
Moak, Charlotte A., Brandon, MS,
Moak, Delos D., Brookhaven, MS
Moak, Tracy R., Brookhaven, MS
Mobley, Patricia D., Hattiesburg, MS,
Mobley, Robert C., Utica, MS
Mock, Gwendolyn, Natchez, MS,
Moffett, Jackie R., Taylorsville, MS
Moncure, Barbara R., Jackson, MS,
Monier, Leslie E., McComb, MS
Monk, Angela, Clinton, MS
Monk, Janis D., Franklinton, LA,
Monk, Michael W., Mendenhall, MS
Montford, Kevin M., Cantanment, FL,
Montgomery, Dianne L., Hattiesburg, MS,
Montgomery, Linda C., Jackson, MS
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Montgomery, Lois C., Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Montgomery, Rhonda S., Newton, MS, Sr.
Mooney, Kimberly J., Pascagoula, MS, So.
Dara L., Mobile, AL, Fr.
Elaine K., Lafayette, LA, So.
Gregory L., Meridian, MS, Fr.
Jennifer, McComb, MS, So.
Juana L., Pearl, MS, Sr.
Lisha G., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Marcia R., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Michael W., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Ronald A., Brandon, MS, Fr.
Thomas W., Magee, MS, Fr.
Moran, Margaret A., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Morel, Robin L., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Moreno, Alvaro J., Leakesville, MS, Sr.
Moreno, Pedro S,, Leaksville, MS, Sr.
Morgan, Benita L., Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Morgan, Brian K., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Morris, DeeDee, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Morris, Lisa L., New Hebron, MS, Jr.
Morris, Sallie A., Picayune, MS, Jr.
Morrison, Missy, Utica, MS, Sr.
n, Paul E., Jackson, MS, Jr.
n, William J., Millport, AL, Fr,
Felicia R., McComb, MS: So.
Moss, Linda F., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Mote, W. Ansel, McComb, MS, Jr.
Moulds, Torri D., Hattiesburg. MS: Jr,
Lisa D., Vicksburg, MS: Jr.
Mullins, James K., Roxie, MS, Sr.
Munn, Patricia A., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Munn, William L., Mendenhall, MS, Jr.
Munn, William M., Bailey, MS: Fr.
Murphey, Deborah J., Newton, MS, Jr.
Murphey, Kenneth A., Laurel. MS, Sr.
Murphy, Patrick E., Columbus, MS: So.
Murrell, Gregory S., Laurel, MS, So.
Diane C.: Vicksburg. MS: Jr.
Kenneth R.: Natchez. MS: Fr.
Mickey D., Brookhaven. MS: Sr.
Nelda KJ Jackson. MS: Sr.
Myers, Peyton G., Hattiesburg, MS, So
Myers, Sharon L., Biloxi, MS, Jr
Myrick, Joseph O., Pearl, MS, So
Myrick, Lisa A., Sr., Brandon, MS
Nance, Brenda E., Collins,
Nanney, Jacqueline R., Tupelo,
Nanney, Roxanne, Tupelo,
Napier, Leita L., Vicksburg,
Nash, Gyrtis M., Summit,
Nash, Todd M., Gulfport,
Nassirinia, Nasser, Tehran,
Naylor, Mark A., Meridian,
Neal, Patrick M., Jackson,
Neal, Rebecca S., Columbia,
Necaise, Albert J., Kiln,
Necaise, Jeffrey F., Perkinston,
Necaise, Joy A., Necaise Crossing,
Neely, Nancy J., Hattiesburg, MS
Neideffer, David H., Gulfport,
Nelson, Brenda E., Bassfield,
Nelson, David W., Newton
Nelson, Gary W., Jayess,
Nester, Cheryl L.,
Nettles, Jerry W., Fayette,
Nettles, Karen E., Hattiesburg,
Nettles, Ronnie E., Fayette,
Nettles, Stephen J., Ocean Springs,
Nettles, Wanda M., Jayess,
Netto, Barbara J., Hurley,
Newberry, Art S., Pensacola,
Newsome, Robert L., New Hebron,
Newsome, Tanya D., New Hebron,
Nichols, Margaret A., Hattiesburg,
Nichols, Martha C., Raleigh,
Nicholson, Karen L., Mobile,
Nicholson, Robert W., Picayune,
Nightengale, Pamela S., Long Beach,
Niolet, Frank J
Nix, Nikki D., Long Beach,
Nix, Teri R., Natchez, MS,
Noble, Stephanie L., Ocean Springs,
Nobles, Sandra, Leakesville, MS
Nobles, Sheila A., Shubuta,
Norman, Doris M., Newton, MS
Noullet, Suzanne R., Meridian, FL
Noyan, Metin, Nicosia, Cyprus,
Nungesser, George S., Biloxi,
Nunnery, William L., Magnolia,
Nutter, Pat K., Flora,
Oatis, Audry, Hattiesburg,
O'Barr, Roderick D., Birmingham, AL
O'Brien, Elaine D., D'Lo,
Odend'hal, John S., Hattiesburg,
Odie, Powell, Jackson,
Odom, Gene M., Shalimar, FL,
Odom, Joseph N., Vicksburg,
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Odom, Neva A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Odom, Sonja M., Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Odom, Tara L., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
O'Grady, Robyn M., Biloxi, MS, So.
O'Hara, Ellece M., Jackson, MS, So.
O'Keefe, Jeffrey H., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
O'Keefe, Joanne B., Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
O'Keefe, Matt, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
O'Kelly, Karen G., Sylacauga, AL, Sr.
Oliver, Albert L. Ill, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Olliff, Bob, Pensacola, FL, Fr.
Olinger, Sheila R., Long Beach, MS, Sr.
, Charles C., Wiggins, MS, Sr.
, Stephen F., Wiggins, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth A., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
Oritz, Margo A., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Orittuela, Nayle l., Caracas, Venezuela, Jr.
O'Rourke, Helen J., Burke, VA, Fr.
O'Steen, David R., Quitman, MS, Sr.
Ostander, Mark A., Roscommon, Ml, Jr.
O'Sullivan, Mary T., Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Oulliber, Mary B., Slidell, LA, Jr.
Pace, Lauri E., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Pacheco, Juan C., Caracor, Venezuela, Jr.
Padgett, Margaret R., Carriere, MS, Jr.
Page, Patti J., Hazlehurst, MS, Jr.
Page, Steven T., Biloxi, MS, So.
Palermo, Catherine R., Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Palmer, Joseph W., Purvis, MS, Jr.
Palmore, Guy W., Virginia Beach, VA, Sr.
Pandey, Santosha N., Lorman, MS, Gr.
Pappaceno, Pete D., Ft. Walton Beach, FL:
Pardee, Charles C., St. Petersburg, FL, Jr.
Parham, Beth M., Baton Rouge. LA, Sr.
Parham, William S., Magee, MS, Sr.
Parkel, Charles O., Brandon, MS, So.
Parker, Ashley K., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Parker, Deborah F., Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Parker, Dianna L., Ellisville, MS: Sr.
Parker, Nancy R., Macon, MS, Gr.
Parker, Susan D., Canton, MS, Jr.
Parkinson, Rhonda G., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Parks, Robert J., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Parks, Sandra C., Hattiesburg. MS: Jr.
Parshotam, Vikram B., Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Pate, Robert M., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Patrick, Janie E., Woodville. MS: So.
Patterson, John M., Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Patterson, Kathryn J., Beaumont, MS, Sr.
Patterson, Kathy E., Beaumont, MS: Sr.
Patterson, Michael D., Brandon. MS: So.
Patton, Cindy L.: Flowood. MS, Fr.
Patton. Mary F.: Columbia. MS: So.
Paul, Kelly S., Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Paunovich, V. Palmer, Hollywood. FL, Sr.
Payne, James D., Pensacola, FL,
Payne, Julia J., Bay St. Louis,
Payne, Mike T., Pensacola, FL,
Payne, Tammy L., Jackson,
Payton, Johnny, Gulfport,
Payton, Joyce E., Bay Springs, MS,
Peach, Mark P., Madison, MS,
Peacock, Sherry V., Pearl, MS,
Peacock, Terel M., Vicksburg, MS,
Pearce, Louanne M., Flora,
Pearce, Stphanie S., Vicksburg, MS,
Pearman, Ronald L., Hattiesburg,
Pellett, Peggy A., Verona, Wl, So
Pendergrass, James F., Vicksburg, MS, Sr
Penn, Roger M., Canton, MS, Fr
Penn, William M., Canton, MS Fr
Penton, Lisa L., Picayune, MS, Sr
Peoples, Randall, Jackson, MS Jr
Perdue, Glenn E., Contonment, FL, Fr
Perdue, Mark A., Pensacola, FL.,
Peresich, Thomas W., Biloxi,
Perkins, Beth R., Gulfport, MS,
Perkins, William N., Hattiesburg, '
Perniciaro, Andrew J., Bay St. Louis, MS,
Perry, James L., Theodore,
Perry, Kent L., Jackson, MS,
Peters, Phylis D., Poplarville, MS,
Peters, Wes W., Loi Choi, Japan,
Peterson, Crysta A., Jackson, MS
Peterson, Wyndal M., Pass Christian, MS,
Pettey, Steven J., Decatur, AL,
Pettus, Arlene B., Pascagoula, MS,
Pharr, Thomas A. Ill, Vicksburg, MS,
Phillips, Alesia A., Hattiesburg, MS,
Phillips, Dena F., Laurel, MS,
Phillips, David M., Hattiesburg, MS
Phillips, Raymond F., Dover, FL
Phillips, Sherry L., Ovett,
Pickard, Joseph G., Ocean Springs, MS,
Pickering, Carol E., Petal, MS
Pickering, J. David, Laurel, MS
Pidgeon, Cindy, Panama City, FL
Not only did USM receive national ranking in
1981 and Coach Collins was named UPI
"Coach of the Week," But seven members of
the Golden Eagle squad were also recognized
for outstanding personal achievement.
Reggie Collier is the first quarterback in the
NCAA annals to run and pass for more than
1,000 yards in a single season. Collier, who
ran for 1,005 and passed for 1,004 yards,
was selected as the State of Mississippi's "Of-
fensive Player of the Year," as well as being
named the Associated Press third-team All
America choice at quarterback, Tailback
Sammy Winder was a first team selection on
the All South Independent team, along with
teammates Collier, nose guard Jerald Baylis
and defensive end George Tillman. Three
others earned second-team All South honors:
defensive end Rhett Whitley, offensive tackle
Glen Howe and defensive cornerback Bud
Winder, who led the nation in scoring in 1980
with 120 points on 20 touchdowns, had 12
TD's in '81, The school's all-time career
touchdown king had 39 to his credit and was
also the leading scorer with 324 points. Wind-
er's 1,029 yards in '81 hiked his career rush-
ing total to 3,114 yards, which is the second
best in USM's history.
In addition to football honors, Head Basket-
ball coach M.K. Turk placed second as the
Male Basketball College Coach of the year.
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Pierce, Elisa, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Pierson, George W. Jr., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Pigott, Charles, M., Vicksburg. MS, So.
Pigott, Craig, F,, Tylertown, MS, Sr.
Pigott, Sheila J., Carriere, MS, Jr.
Pigott, Wynn, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Pilcher, Robert W. Jr., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Pinson, Elizabeth A., Jackson, MS, So.
Pinson, Terry W., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Pinson, Valerie C., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Pisarich, Thomas W., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Pitalo, Marion G., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Becky, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Erin A., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Ginny, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Iris E. Bay Springs, MS, Sr.
James C., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Jean C., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Jim, Port Gibson, MS, Jr.
Penny L., Mendenhall, MS, Fr.
Suzanne, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Poelma, John C., Long Beach, MS, So.
Pogue, Lynn H., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Pol, Michael L., Pascagoula, MS, So.
Polk, Melinda C., Burke, VA, Fr.
Polk, Sammy G., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Polk, Steffani R., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Pollan, Cecil B., Roxie, MS, Sr.
Polles, Alexandra J., Jackson. MS, Fr.
Ponce de Leon, Maria L., Hattiesburg. MS: Gr
Ponder, Terri Frances, Mendenhall. MS, Sr.
Ponder, Toni E., Mendenhall, MS, Fr.
Pope, Judy, Angie, LA, Sr.
Pope, Kenneth L., Pearl, MS, Jr.
Pope, Teresa L., Clinton, MS, Fr.
Porter, Debora R., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Porter, Dory E., Valley Park, MS, Sr.
Porter, Leon D. Jr,, Hattiesburg. MS: Sr.
Posey, Risette, Collins, MS, Jr.
Poss, James O.: Ocean Springs. MS: Sr.
Potts, Dannetta, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Powell, Alice F., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Powell, Caren M., Vicksburg, MS
Powell, Clarence V., Harrisville, MS
Powell, Douglas, Hattiesburg, MS
Powell, Lana M., Vidalia, LA
Powers, Brenda K., Biloxi, MS,
Powers, Dorman D., Jackson, MS,
Powers, Jacqueline M., Brookhaven, MS,
Powers, Lennie T., Gulfport, MS
Powers, Thomas D., Gulfport, MS,
Prator, Chris S., Picayune, MS
Price, Gregory A., Foxworth, MS,
Price, G. Weyman, Foxworth, MS,
Price, Janice L., Terry, MS,
Price, John D., Wiggins, MS,
Price, Karen A., Mendenhall, MS,
Price, Tracy L., Mendenhall, MS,
Price, Walker W., Terry, MS,
Pridmore, Kevin S., Columbus, MS,
Priest, Kelly R., Natchez, MS,
Primm, Karen A., Clinton, MS,
Prine, Randy, Hattiesburg, MS,
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Reynolds, Candace K., Wiggins, MS, Jr.
Rhodes, David O., Picayune, MS, Sr.
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Rhodes, Jodi L., Southaven, Ms, Fr.
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Richardson Kenta M., Jackson, MS, So.
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Riley, James T. Jr., Mize, MS, Sr.
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Roberts, Joey C., Magee, MS, Jr
Roberts, Lori L., Biloxi, MS, Fr
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Roberts, Tammy M., Gulfport, MS, Fr
Robertson, Paula L., Fayette, MS, Jr
Robertson, Rita F., Prentiss, MS, So
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Robinson, Cecilia A., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Robinson, Eddie D., Tylertown, MS, Sr
Robinson, Frank E., Gulfport, MS, Sr
Robinson, Irish M., Newton, MS,
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Rogers, Connie C., Columbia, MS, Sr
Rogers, Denise W., Collins, MS, Jr
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Samies, Roxanne L., Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Sanders, Clark E., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Sanders, Daniel L., Bleu Mtn., MS, Jr.
Sanders, Ginny, Pearle, MS, So.
Sandidge, Beverly A., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Sanford, Annette R., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Sanford, Beth, Petal, MS, Sr.
Sanford, Paula M., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Sanford, Roger S., Carriere, MS, Sr.
Sanford, Stennett Z., Mt. Olive, MS, Jr.
Santa Cruz, Elizabeth A., Bay St. Louis, MS, So
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Sanville, Mike J., Jackson, MS, So.
Sartin, Johnny N., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
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Satcher, Donna li., Shubuta, MS, Fr.
Satcher, Jamie F Q Union, MS, Sr.
Satcher, Retha C , Union, MS, Jr.
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Saulters, Sabrina G., Union, MS, Jr.
Savage, Kevin R.: Moss Point. MS: So.
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Scarborough. Kathryn E.. Benton. MS: Fr.
Scarborough, William B., Hattiesburg. MS, Jr.
Schafer, Matt, Great Falls, VA, Jr.
Scheel, Dolores M., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Scheel, Lawrence F., Hattiesburg. MS, So.
Scheel, Maria E., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
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Schexayder, Paula F., Biloxi. MS: Fr.
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Schmidt, Kathy F., Carriere,
Schmidtling, Carla E., Long Beach,
Schneider, Brian R., Hattiesburg,
Schuler, Terri-Ann, Jackson,
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Schwartz, Alan C., Citronelle
Schwartzauer, Mary K., Silver Creek,
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Scoggins, Lori J., Laurel
Scott, Bruce R., Brookhaven,
Scott, Lauren E., Jackson,
Scott, Rebecca A., McComb,
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Scott, Virgil E., Fayette, MS'
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Seliby, Gary V., Gulfport
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Sellers, Jeff D., Greenville,
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Sessions, Elizabeth D., Hattiesburg
Sessums, Gary, Vicksburg, MS
Seymoure, Rebecca L., Ocean Springs, MS
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Sharak, Kenneth C., Wesson, MS,
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Shirley, Bill, Quitman, MS, So.
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Shows, Deborah D., Jackson, MS, Jr.
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Sibley, Bonnie N., Gloster, MS, Sr.
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Siddon, Waymond W., Laurel, MS, So.
Siedell, Cindy C., Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Signa, Phyllis, Greenville, MS, Sr.
Sigrest, Clarence B., Moss Point, MS, Sr
Sikes, Linda K., Purvis, MS, Fr.
Silver, Malinda D., Mobile, AL, So.
Simmons, Anna D., Natchez, MS, Sr.
Simmons, David, Laurel, MS, So.
Simmons, Kathy L., Stringer, MS, Sr.
Simmons, Kenneth R., Magnolia, MS, So.
Simmons, Phyllis, D., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Simpson, Arthur T. Jr., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Simpson, Wanda J., State Line, MS, Sr.
Sims, Elton H., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Sims, Jackie M., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Sims, Lori, Bay Springs. MS, Sr.
Sims, Phyllis J., Gulfport. MS, Sr.
Scott C., St. Petersburg, FL, Sr.
Shelia D., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Singley, Margarette C., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Sisson, James L., Co,umbus. MS, Fr.
Sisson, Leslye A., Laurel. MS, Jr.
Sivira, Alex V., Caracas. Venezuela, Sr.
Sjostrom, Ric L., Ft. Walton Beach. FL: Jr.
Skinner, Ricky C., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Skinner, Sharon A., Pensacola. FL, So.
Skipper, Rhonda R., Picayune. MS, Sr.
Skipper, Robin R., Waynesboro. MS: Jr.
Skipper, Sheila A., Madison, MS,
Slaughter, George G., Tylertown, MS,
Slay, Debra R., Hattiesburg, MS,
Slayton, William J., Jackson, MS,
Sledge, Laura L., Sheffield, AL,
Sluytermanvanloo, Claire, R., Clinton, MS,
Smallman, Sheila D., Ocean Springs, MS,
Smartt, Cindy S., Signal Mtn., TN,
Smeltzer, Gina D., Hattiesburg, MS,
Smilek, Franklin C., Biloxi, MS,
Smilek, Gregory R., Biloxi, MS,
Smilek, Kimberly A., Biloxi, MS,
Smith, Angela D., Laurel, MS,
Smith, Barbara J., Picayune, MS,
Smith, Billy K., Newhebron, MS
Smith, Brenda S., Slidell, LA,
Smith, Canda R., Purvis, MS,
Smith, Carla D., Carriere, MS,
Smith, Chuck J., Purvis, MS,
Smith, Craig D., Jackson, MS,
Smith, David W., Brookhaven, MS,
Smith, Deidre S., Monticello, MS,
Smith, Dona L., Channahon, lL,
Smith, Donald R., Brookhaven, MS,
Smith, Donna J., Mt. Olive, MS,
Smith, Donna J., Brookhaven, MS,
Smith, Earl L., Brandon, MS,
Smith, Ernest R. Jr., Philadelphia, MS,
Smith, Ginny L., Jackson, MS,
Smith, Greg S., Jackson, MS,
Smith, James A,, Natchez, MS,
Smith, James A., Water Valley, MS,
Smith, Jeffrey C., Ocean Springs, MS
Smith, Jeffrey, L., Brookhaven, MS
Smith, Kristy C., Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Smith, Lee A., Natchez, MS
Smith, Lisa D., Mendenhall, MS,
Smith, Mark E., Marietta, GA
Smith, Matthew R., Biloxi, MS
Smith, Michael K., Jackson, MS,
Smith, Michael R., Woodville, MS,
Smith, Nancy C., Long Beach, MS,
Smith, Nancy H., Jackson, MS,
Smith, Pamela A., Carriere, MS,
Smith, Randy, Hattiesburg, MS
Smith, Renee, Birmingham, AL,
Smith, Rhonda L., Poparville, MS
Smith, Robin L., Petal, MS,
Smith, Sarah E., Gulfport, MS
Smith, Sharon T., Benoit, MS
Smith, Shelby M., Guntown, MS
Smith, Stacey L., Brandon, MS,
Smith, Stacey P., Biloxi, MS,
Smith, Jodi, Petal, MS,
Smith, Russell B., Brookhaven, MS,
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Smith, William T., Crystal Springs, MS, So.
Snell, Bob J, II., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Snow, Robert D., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Snow, Alana L., Brandon, MS, So.
Snowden, Cindy M., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Snowden, Sarah A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Sohrwide, Reginia M., Lake Charles, LA, Sr
Sorrell, Barbara L., Rienzi, MS, Jr.
Sory, Deanne L., Germantown, TN, Fr.
Spain, Caren D., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Spangler, Denise M., Collins, MS, Sr.
Spangler, Mary B., Collins, MS, Jr.
Sparks, K. Paige, Meridian, MS, So.
Speed, J. Lee, Jackaon, MS, Fr.
Speed, Lisa A., Collins, MS, Fr.
Kim A., Prentiss, MS, Sr.
Regina S., Carson, MS, Sr.
Sharon V., Prentiss, MS, Fr.
Spence, Debbie A., Meridian, MS, So.
Spence, William D., McComb, MS, Sr.
Spense, Cheryl R., Canton, MS, Sr.
Spradley, Mark R., Moss, MS, Sr.
Cynthia S., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Sra, Parmjeet K., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Stampley, Michael, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Stamps, Debbie K., Columbia, MS, Jr.
James K., Grenada, MS, So.
Stanton, Uoctor, K., lama, Slut, Sr.
Starks, Eugene A., Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Starr, Margaret E., Columbia, MS, Fr.
Staton, Edward E. lll, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Stauter, Jeffrey B., Moss Point, MS: Jr.
B. Lourene, Jackson. MS, Sr.
Steel, Susan, Jackson, MS, So.
Stem, Joseph D., Tampa, FL, So.
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Stephens, Joe L., Magee, MS, Sr.
Stephens, John W., Sumral,, MS, So.
Stephens, Lynda L., Hattiesburg. MS: Sr.
Stephens, Robin T., Long Beach, MS: Fr.
Stephenson, James H., McComb, MS: Jr.
Stevens, Patrice, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Stevenson, Anita F., McComb. MS, Jr.
Stevenson, John L., Pearl, MS, Fr.
Michael W., Meridian. MS: Sr.
Benita K., Isola, MS, Fr.
Dawn R., Long Beach. MS: Sr.
George R., Gulfport, MS, So.
James A.: Canton. MS: So.
Laura B., Purvis, MS: Fr.
Randy M., Carriere. MS, Sr.
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Sheila V.: Jackson, MS: So.
Tana C., Picayune. MS: Jr.
Stiffler, Brian D., Long Beach. MS: So.
Stiffler, Sara J., Long Beach, MS,
Stiglets, James C., Jackson, MS,
Stockman, Carol M., Jackson, MS,
Stockman William L., Bay Springs, MS,
Stockstill, C. Michele, Picayune, MS,
Stokes, Brenda F., Natchez, MS,
Stone, Debbie J., Brandon, MS,
Stone, Dorothy A., Laurel, MS,
Stone, Virginia L., Gulfport, MS,
Storey, Alice R., Bude, MS
Sotler, Barbara J., Fort Walton Beach, FL,
Stotler, Wesley L., Ripley, MS
Stribling, Cheryl L., Jackson, MS
Stricker, Cathy L., Kenner, LA
Strickland, Jo A., Hattiesburg, MS
Strickland, Shawn M., Columbia, MS,
Strickland, Sissy, West Helena, AR,
Strickland, Sylvia L., Wiggins, MS,
Stringer, Laurie, Hattiesburg, MS,
Stringer, Susie, Hattiesburg, MS,
Strong, Carolyn L,, Richton, MS,
Strong, Linda A., Birmingham, AL,
Strong, Sherri L., Birmingham, AL,
Stuart, Betty Jo, Picayune, MS,
Stuart, Horace D., Purvis, MS,
Stuart, Jimmy, Purvis, MS,
Stuart, Melanie J., Purvis, MS
Sturgis, Kathy D., Jackson, MS,
Suits, Jay E., Springfield, IL,
Suk, Richard E., Mobile, AL
Sullivan, Aleta, Raleigh, MS,
Sullivan, Betsy A., Raleigh, MS,
Sullivan, Charles M., Mendenhall, MS,
Sullivan, Donna M., Jackson, MS,
Sullivan, Gary L,, Gulfport, MS
Sullivan, Idalia I., Petal, MS
Sullivan, James A., Mobile, AL
Sullivan, Karen R., Sumrall, MS
Sullivan, Marian S., Lucedale, MS
Sullivan, Mark C., Pascagoula, MS
Sullivan, Regina C., Brandon, MS
Strahan, Tammy L., Picayune, MS,
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Sullivan, Stanley E. Jr., Terry, MS, Jr.
Sullivan, Teresa F., Petal, MS, Sr.
Summer, Barbara L., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Sumrall, Blanche M., Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Sumrall, Cindy E., Angie, LA, Fr.
Sumrall, Jeanne C., Laurel, MS, So,
Sumrall, Marla L., Gulfport, MS, So.
Suszek, Tim J., Oxford, MS, Sr.
Suzuki, Tatsuya, Jersey City, NJ, So.
Swaggart, Raymond A., Woodville, MS, Fr.
Swanson, Kathy C., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Swetman, Jaffe L., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Swindall, Edward B., Petal, MS, So.
Swofford, Susan C., Bayminette, AL, Fr.
Tadlock, Toni L., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Takas, Terry W., Gautier, MS, Jr.
Tanner, Royce A., Hazlehurst, MS, Jr.
Tapper, Patricia L., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Tate, Jana M., Biloxi, MS, So.
Taylor, Al, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Taylor, Angela K., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Taylor, Barbara, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr,
Taylor, Betty R., Ocean Springs, MS, So.
Taylor Bob, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Taylor, Brenda G., Gallman, MS, Jr.
Taylor, Charles, Ruleville, MS, Sr.
Taylor Dean G., Picayune, MS, Gr.
Taylor Delbert D., Leland, MS, Jr.
Taylor Janet E., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Taylor Elizabeth, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Taylor John C., Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Taylor Karissa L., Ocean Springs, MS: Jr.
Taylor Mark W., Liberty, MS, Jr.
Melissa, Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Taylor Rick T., Petal, MS, So.
Taylor Ronnie J., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Taylor Sandra A., Brandon, MS, Jr.
Taylor Sherry G., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Valerie L., Long Beach, MS, So.
Taylor, William W., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
Teel, Barbara E., Brandon. MS, So,
Teerlink, Elizabeth, Mesa' ite,
Templeton, Tommy N., Jzxson,
Terger, George S Jackson,
Terrell, Cind' rx., Collins,
Terrell, L .fry D., Osyka,
Terry, Jos ph P., Vicksburg,
Thedford. Pnenique, Porterville,
Theobald, Carol G., Vicksburg,
Theriot, Sharon K., Summit,
Thomaier, Mary C., Seattle, WA,
Thomas, Charles S., Greenville, MS
Thomas, John A., Hattiesburg,
Thomas, Karen, Hattiesburg,
Thomas, Lisa M., Hattiesburg,
Thomas, Lias P., Bay St. Louis,
Thomas, Melissa K., Gulfport,
Thomas, Sarah E., Gulfport,
Thomas, Shawn R., Valparaiso,
Thomas, Terri L., Jackson,
Thompson, Beverett B. ll, Gulfport,
Thompson, Dorothy J., Biloxi,
Thompson, E. Denise, Brandon,
Thompson, Gale R., Moss Point,
Thompson, James R., Biloxi,
Thompson, Robert J., Ocean Springs,
Thompson, Richard B., Huntsville,
Thompson, Roland, Columbia,
Thompson, Sharon M., Natchez,
Thompson, Walter M., Purvis,
Thornell, Mark S., Vicksburg,
Thornhill, Terry L., Greenville,
Thornton, Donna N., Hazlehurst,
Thornton, Jason W., Ocean Springs,
Thornton, Millicent O., Gulfport,
Thornton, Ronald E., Biloxi,
Thornton, Samuel, Jackson,
Thornton, Tanya S., Ellisville,
Thorpe, Anne E., Norfolk,
Thorpe, Jerry A., Theodore,
Thrash, Terry L., Decatur,
Thurmond, John E., Ripley,
Tidwell, Carla, Philadelphia,
Tidwell, Jody, Philadelphia,
Tillman, Kimberly A., Pascagoula,
Tillman, Marjorie R., Vicksburg,
Tillman, Annie, Clarksdale,
Tillman, David D., Brandon,
Tinnin, Karen C., Jackson,
Tinnon, Jeffrey, Hattiesburg,
Tinnon, Tracey L., Hattiesburg,
Tippin, Richard A., Shelbyville
Tipton, Cynthia L., Gautier,
Tisdale, Barbara A., Ovett,
Tisdale, Jill F., Biloxi,
Titus, Merna A., Como, MS,
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Todd, Veronica L., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Tolbert, Kent L., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Anthony G., Magnolia, MS, Jr.
Kimberly L., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Edward J., Greenville, MS, Sr.
Cynthia A., Jackson, MS, Fr.
Adriana M., Ormond Beach, FL, Fr.
Paul D., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Tournillon, Rose P., Gulfport, MS, Sr,
Toussaint, Victoria L., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
, Nancy A., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Townsend, Dwelia L., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Townsend, George K., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Trahan, Elizabeth M., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Trappey, Toni J., New lberia, LA, Gr.
Milron P., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Traweek, Barbara S., Jackson, MS, So.
Trentacoste, Josie A., Gulfport, MS, So.
Trigg, Tracy E., Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Cindy C., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Peter M., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Trombley, Ramona J., Roxie, MS, Sr.
Troupe, Lore M., Cheyenne, WY, Fr.
Trulsen, Angela D., Laurel, MS, So.
Trussell, Cleveland C., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Trussell, Glenna, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Tucker, Ann, Picayune, MS, Jr.
, Clay, Yazoo City, MS, Fr.
, Jackie, Carthage, MS, Sr.
, William C., Yazoo City, MS, Fr.
Lynn, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Turan, David W., Gulfport, MS, So.
Turnage, Doris M., Brandon, MS, So.
Turnage, Trudy L., Foxworth, MS, Fr.
, Ginger S., Ocean Springs. MS: Jr,
Bernadette, Clarksdale, MS, Sr.
Betty J., Laurel, MS, Jr.
Julie l., Jackson, MS, Sr.
, Stephen G., Odenton, MD, Fr.
Turnipseed, Donna J., Meridian, MS, Sr.
Tutor, Lorie A., Carriere, MS, Fr.
Tyndall, Fast E., Ocean Springs, MS: Sr.
Sarah L., Canton, MS, Jr.
Uhland, Kellie L., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Ulerich, Gretchen M., Picayune, MS: Fr.
Underwood, Richard D., Quitman, MS, Fr.
Usey, Amy L., Canton, MS, Fr.
Ussery, James G., Long Beach. MS, Sr.
Valentine, Sheri A., Laurel, MS, Fr.
VanCleave, Eugene P., Yazoo, MS, Jr.
Vanderdray. Katrina S.: Ocean Springs.
Vanderheiden, A.V., Dennis. MS: Sr.
Vann, Vicki L., Sheffield. AL, Fr.
Vann, Patricia A., Tchula. MS, Gr.
VanNorman, Tracy E., Biloxi. MS, Jr.
VanPelt, Jeffrey P., Dalhart,
Vanwart, Louise S., Hattiesburg,
Vardaman, John B., Jackson,
Vardaman, Martha R., Hattiesburg
Varner, Susan C., Winona,
Vaughn, Greta S., Jackson,
Vaughn, Sheila A., Meridian,
Vaughn, Susan A., Meridian,
Vernon, Donald L., Wiggins
Verucchi, Pam S., Natchez
Vickers, Marie, Thomasville,
Victorian, Kim, Petal,
Villarreal, Jeffrey P., Gulfport,
Villarreal, Mark E., Gulfport,
Vital, Tara A., Hattiesburg,
Voda, Andy B., Pascagoula
Vogle, Stephen C., Saucier,
Volz, William T., Hattiesburg,
Voss, Mary G., Natchez,
Vuyovich, Troy L., Biloxi,
Waddle, Benny, Hattiesburg,
Wade, Connie E., Meridian,
Wadsworth, William E., Natchez,
Wagner, Brad L., Jackson,
Waid, James K., Long Beach,
Waitman, Alicia C., Hattiesburg,
Waits, Donna W., Wiggins,
Waits, Mary E., Pass Christian,
Waldrip, Nana E., Anniston,
Waldron, Sherry E., Hattiesburg,
Walker, Allen D., Raymond,
Walker, Carlton R., Pascagoula,
Walker, Cindy, Collins,
Walker, Douglas A., West Point,
Walker, Fuzzy, Picayune,
Walker, James R., Brookhaven,
Walker, Jennifer M, Pascagoula,
Walker, Judy, Hattiesburg,
Walker, Lee A., Columbia,
Walker, Leisa F., Hattiesburg,
Walker, Lesa E., Biloxi,
Walker, Michael R., Laurel,
We can't always be perfect . . . During
photo sessions for the SGUTHERNER,
Miss USM Susan Keene, Beauties Dee
Dee Davis and Tammy Fulton, and open-
ing section models Cathye Ross and Nat-
alie Ballard were photographed numerous
times showing nobody's perfect all the
time .. . Actually, foul weather and ex-
perimenting with an electric fan caused
the less than perfect photos.
H Walker, Patricia A., Heidelberg, MS, So,
Walker, Sharon L., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
'- - Walker, Sonja, Jackson, MS, So.
Walker, Stephen J., Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Wall, Terri A., Huntsville, AL, Sr.
Wallace, Joy L., Bogue Chitta, MS, Sr.
, Tammy D,, Yazoo City, MS, So.
Wallace, Sandra R., Natchez, MS, Sr.
Waller, Mignon T., Natchez, MS, Jr.
Wallter, Teri L., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Walley, Pete D., Richton, MS, Jr,
Wallington, Doug E., Starkville, MS, Jr.
Walters, Angela D., Laurel, MS, Fr.
Walters, Claire E., Ocean Springs, MS, So
Walters, Karon M., Laurel, MS, Fr.
Walters, Monica R., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Waltman, Barbara A., Hazlehurst, MS, Sr.
Waltman, Ken, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Walton, Arthur R., Mendenhall, MS, Fr.
Wand, Gary K., Brookhaven, MS, So.
Wansley, Vicki J., Decatur, MS, Fr.
Ward, Amy L., Brandon, MS, Jr.
Ward, Cynthia L., Hattiesburg, MS: Sr.
Ward, Irene, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Ward, Ricky G., Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Ware Charles E., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Lynda G., Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Warner, Steve E., Brandon. MS, Jr.
Warren, Cynthia D., Hattiesburg. MS, Jr.
Wascomb, Gregory L., Columbia, MS: Sr.
Washer, Barbara A., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Washer, Barbara C., Pass Christian. MS, S
Washington, Ethel, Jackson. MS, Fr.
Washington, Linda D., Waveland, MS: Sr.
Waters, Joel B.: Clinton. MS: So.
Waters, Kathy G.: Benton. MS: Jr.
Waters, Lei A., Benton. MS, Fr.
Waters, Melisa L., Jackson, MS: Fr.
i Watkins, Ceil D., Moselle, MS: Fr.
Watkins, Jim C., Hattiesburg. MS: Sr.
Watkins, Marie M., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Watson, Amber J.: Hattiesburg. MS: So.
Watson, Audrey L., Hattiesburg, MS,
Watts, Gaby L., Utica, MS,
Watts, Anna E., Natchez, MS,
Watts, Daffy L., Pearl,
Watts, Melissa L., Hattiesburg, MS,
Wax, Tim D., Starkville,
Way, Glenn E. Jr., Pelahatchie, MS,
Weathers, Tim, Hattiesburg, MS,
Weathersby, Sharon D., Jackson, MS,
Weaver, Kimberly J., Ft. Walton Beach, FL,
Weaver, Roy K., Jackson, MS,
Weaver, Winifred S., Carriere, MS,
Webb, Jane M., Meridian, MS,
Weber, Becky A., Jackson, MS,
Webster, Wendy A., Vicksburg, MS,
Wedding, Ann E., Gulfport, MS,
Wedding, Thomas E., Gulfport, MS,
Weeks, Janna L., Canton, MS,
Weimorts, Mark, Ft. Walton Beach, FL.,
Weiss, Bryan J., Jackson, MS,
Welch, Virginia S., Mendenhall, MS,
Weldy, Mark E., Hattiesburg, MS,
Welker, Angela C., Hattiesburg, MS,
Welsch, Frederick G., Jackson, MS,
Welsch, John A. Ill, Jackson, MS,
Welsh, Jeanne L., Jackson, MS,
Welsh, Mickey E., Hattiesburg, MS,
Wells, Pamela K., Natchez, MS,
Wentworth, Stuart, Mccall Creek, MS,
Wesler, Michael W., New Paris, Ohio,
Wesley, Jeffrey M., Hattiesburg, MS,
Wesley, Michael T., Foxworth, MS,
West, Mary K., Racine, WI,
West, Patty M., Hattiesburg, MS,
West, Theresa A., Waynesboro, MS,
West, Verdina, Vicksburg, MS
Westbrook, John O., Jackson, MS,
Westmoreland, Darrell Z., Crystal Springs, MS'
Westover, Deborah K., Clinton, MS,
Weyandt, Susan E., Ocean Springs, MS,
Whatley, J. Harold Ill, Vicksburg, MS,
Wheeler, David E., Kenneth,
White, Cindy A., Ellisville, MS,
White, Donna E., Dekalb, MS
White, Glenn A., Long Beach, MS,
White, Janet M., Mccomb,
White, Joseph E., Woodville, MS,
White, Kevin E., Pascagoula,
White, Laurie N., Ocean Springs, MS
White, Linda C., Hattiesburg,
White, Owen R., Brandon,
Whitfield, Jan E., Carriere,
White, Timothy, Ellisville, MS,
Whitley, Darlene, Ellisville, MS,
White, Nena M., Columbia, MS,
White, Pamela J., West Point, MS,
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Whitley, Rhett H., Birmingham, AL, Sr.
Whitney, Angala L., Meridian, MS, Jr.
Whitten, Ivory R., Newton, MS, Fr.
Whitten, Shelia C., Newton, MS, Sr.
Whittington, Brian K., Natchez, MS, So.
Whittington, Gina L., Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Wichert, Greg, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Wicker, Lisa A., Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Wicker, Marilyn K., Mccomb, MS, Sr.
Weist, Andrew A., Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Wigginton, Mark W., Pinola, MS, Jr.
Wilbert, Patricia A., Hazlehurst, MS, So.
Wiley, Brenda J., Moss, MS, Sr.
Wiley, Kathy A., Picayune, MS, Sr.
Wilgus, Tedd, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Wilkerson, Donna L., Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Wilkerson, Jolayne, Amory, MS, Sr.
Wilkes, Jason W., Picayune, MS, Fr.
Wilkinson, Allyson L., Houston, TX, Fr.
Wilkinson, John C., Columbia, MS, Sr.
Wilkinson, Mark C., Jackson, MS, Gr.
Wilks, Lisa L., Tylertown, MS, Jr.
Williams Bernard, Florence, MS, Sr.
Williams Billy G., Magee, MS, Sr.
Williams, Carolyn J., Jackson, MS, Jr.
Williams Donald C., W, Helena, AR, Sr.
Eileen M., Chalinette, LA, Jr.
Gina L., Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Harold G., Water Valley, MS, Fr,
Williams, Jadee L., Laurel, MS, Sr.
Williams James D., Jackson, MS, Sr.
Williams, Jeffrey M, Pascagouls, MS, So.
Williams Joel G., Ocean Springs, MS, So.
Williams, Judith L., Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Williams Karen E., Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Katherine M., Hatteisburg, MS, Sr.
Williams, Kaye, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Williams Kymberly K., Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Williams, Lon A., Lucedale, MS, Sr,
Williams Michele H., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Williams Robin C., Biloxi. MS, Gr,
Williams R. Michelle, Gulfport. MS, Fr,
Williams Sandra, Gloster, MS, So.
Williams Sandra D., Brandon, MS, Fr.
Sandra F., Hattiesburg. MS, Sr.
Williams, Shannon K., Deer Park. AL, Sr.
Williams Sheila A., Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Williams Sheldon T., Waynesboro. MS, Jr.
Williams Solomon U,, Nigeria, Gr.
Williams Terri L., Biloxi, MS, So.
Williams Vera M.: Biloxi, MS, Jr,
Wayne A., Walls. MS, Jr.
Williamson, Bryan: Mendenhall, MS: Fr.
Williamson, David E., Florence. MS, Sr,
Williamson, Dorothy R., Hattiesburg. MSL Jr
Williamson. Ginger, Mendenhall, MS: Fr.
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Williamson, Jana L., Brandon,
Willingham, Melinda F., Niceville,
Williamson, Patricia, Florence
Wilson, Cynthia K., Brookhaven
Wilson, Josiah E., New Orleans,
Wilson, Joy L., Monticello
Wilson, Kay S., Hattiesburg
Wilson, Marvin B., Mccomb
Wilson, Patricia A., Brandon
Wilson, Sidney M., Natchez
Wiltz, Thomas T., Ocean Springs
Wimberley, Lana G., Pass Christian
Winder, Sammy, Jackson
Windham, Tina D., Pascagoula
Winfrey, Tammy K., Forrest City,
Winstead, Dorothy D., Hattiesburg
Winstead, Melissa F., Summit,
Winstead, Sherry L., Union
Witchen, Janis R., Pascagoula,
Wixon, Joy L., Pascagoula,
Wise, Amanda M., Carriere,
Wiman, Dana M., Brandon,
Wojcik, Nanette M., Brookhaven
Wolfe, Jesse C., Lake
Wolfe, Susan A., Pearl,
Wolfkien, Greg G., Baton Rouge,
Wolford, Melodie J., Pinola,
Wolverton, Brenda D., Union
Wolverton, Eddie D., Clinton,
Wolverton, Gary A., Starkville,
Wolverton, Sherri L., Taylorsville
Womack, Allene, Mendenhall
Womack, Charles R. Jr., Mendenhall:
Womack, May E., Hernando,
Wood, Fred L., Moss Point
Wood, Ron A., Jackson,
Wood, Susan E., Pine Bluff,
Woodard, May A., Chatom,
Woodcock, Williams B., Bulfport,
Woodland, Jerry W., Hattiesburg,
Woodruff, James L., Hattiesburg,
Woods, Alenda A., Clinton,
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Wooten, Kenneth W., Gulfport, MS: Jr.
Wooten, Regina, Carthage, MS, Sr.
Worley, Angela, Pearl, MS, Fr.
Wright, Charles, Gulfport, MS: Sr.
Dennis, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Lisa, Jonesboro, AR, Sr.
Rebel, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Wrolstad, Leslye, Gulfport, MS, So.
Wusterbarth, Lori J., Brookhaven. MS, Fr
Ricky, Pearl, MS, So.
Wylie, Patrick, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Wyman, Cindy, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Yarber, Melissa A., Mobile, AL, Fr
Yarbrough, Lisa, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Yarbrough, Valerie, Meridian. MS: Fr.
Yates, Bobby, West Point, MS, Jr.
Yates, Phyllis, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Yates, Tommy, Union, MS, Fr.
Yates, Tracy, Jackson, MS, So.
Yeager, Carl E., Biloxi. MS: Sr.
Bryant, Jackson, MS: Fr.
Carol L., Natchez, MS: Fr.
Eleanor D., Yazoo City. MS, Ji:
James D.: Crystal Springs. MS: Jr
Kay E.: Natchez, MS: Jr.
Steven M., Jackson. MS1 Jr.
Terry J., Ocean Springs. MS. Fr.
Vickie, Pearlington, MS: Fr,
Yuen, Kelady Y,, Brandon, MS, Sr
Zacca, Wadie A.: Miami. FL: Sr.
Ziegeler, Sandra, Bay St. Louis. MS, Fr.
Zoller. Stephanie, Moss Point. MS: Jr.
Zumwalt, Pamela, Laurel. MSL Sr.
Zysk, Dana J., Brandon, MS, Jr.
1982 marked the 100th anniversary of the
founding of Hattiesburg. Through assorted
media, both students at USM and Hatties-
burg natives were made aware of the centen-
nial. Local schools and community service
organizations sponsored programs in con-
junction with the Hub City.
Originally known as the Piney Woods Area,
Hattiesburg was founded by William H. Har-
dy, a railroad employee. ln 1882, while Har-
dy was enroute from Meridian to New Or-
leans, setting up railway stations along the
way, he came across the Piney Woods Area
and named the new-found settlement loca-
tion after his wife, Hattie.
The teens, twenties . . . forties . . . fifties . . .
and seventies have past . . . ten decades in
all. Today, in 1982, Hattiesburg is a full
fledged city of 40,829 residents, hundreds of
businesses, a dozen schools and is growing all
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Living in the dorm is an experience in sharing
everyday events with those in the same hall
or floor. It has been said that dorm life is a big
part of college education and earning a de-
gree would not be complete without it.
All residents have to deal with the normalities
of dorm life, like no hot water for a shower,
the room being too hot or cold, or everyone
deciding to test the volume on their stereos at
the same time-around midnight. It is the
frustrated R.A. who finally yells, "Quiet!",
after nicely asking the residents to hold the
noise down fifty times previously. Actually it
is the resident managers and assistants that
keep the confusion and chaos in the dorm as
organized and as efficient as it is to where
most dorm residents consider "their room or
hall" their "home away from home".
Loneliness seems to be rare for the dorm
resident, unless he stays in his room with the
door closed all the time. People are every-
where, especially in the strategically located
places like the bathroom or lobby where the
TV is. Visitation offers another opportunity
to be with people. Thursdays from 6 to
11:30pm and Fridays, Saturdays, and Sun-
days from 2 to 11:30 pm are the times resi-
dents have to remember to dress in a present-
able fashion for the visiting opposite sex and
also to be careful not to go into the wrong
bathroom. And all residents know to expect
the same announcement at the same time
each night, "Visitation will be over in fifteen
minutes. Please bring your guest to the lob-
The good times include parties and swaps
and the extremely interesting floor meetings
where the same rules are recited over and
over in hopes of some form of comprehension
or understanding. Late nights prove very ex-
citing at times when everyone is feeling good
and there are people throwing others in the
showers or having shaving cream or water
balloon wars. Unless one has a hearing prob-
lem, he keeps up with his neighbors because
of the convenience of thin walls. Not only can
one standing in one room hear the next
room's phone ringing or stereo blaring, but
also its occupants talking in their normal
voices. The walls really need to be at least
four feet thick!
Dorm life is a growing experience that teach-
es patience, acceptance, and diplomacy.
When living in such a compact space, one is
very close to others, possibly and probably
much different from himself. This naturally
brings in conflict, which once dealt with and
resolved, makes a person much stronger
from the experience. Some of a person's best
friends are made in college, and one reason
for this could be that both people share in the
growing and shaping of the ideas one carries
with himself for the rest of his life. Eating itoo
muchl, sleeping Knot enoughl, studying lnever
enoughl, playing itoo muchl-just living-is
done primarily in the dorm setting with basi-
cally the same people.
Living off campus, has its good aspects and
its not so good aspects also. Usually living off
campus entails an apartment, trailor, or du-
plex. One of the nicest aspects of off campus
living is privacy and the freedom to do what
one wants to when one wants to and how one
wants to. Room is also a very nice part of
apartment living-one isn't confined to shar-
ing one small space with another person. Liv-
ing in an apartment also leaves open the pos-
sibility of those nice little or large get-
togethers which one is frequently inclined to
have. One also doesn't have to wait on the
shower ldepending on one's roommatel or
tote toothpaste down a long hall. Neither
does one have to eat or be quiet at a certain
time-for a person renting his own place
there is a greater possibility for a more flexi-
ble schedule than that of a dorm student's.
There is also a certain amount of learning
which goes along with off campus living. The
learning of responsibility. Now we're getting
into the less desirable aspects of off campus
living: BILLS. At a certain time of the month
a certain aching pain occurs in one's pocket-
book if he happens to live in an apartment.
The pain of rent and the various other bills
that go along with the territory. One learns
quickly that nasty things occur when one ne-
glects paying these bills and, when such an
occasion arises, there is no one to blame it on
Time is another problem with renting an
apartment-there's never enough. Apart-
ments are usually larger than dorm rooms-
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more space to mess up-there's vacuuming
and washing dishes etc., which takes up time.
Another time consumer is cooking for one's
self-and even worse than the time lost is the
fact that one has to actually eat one's own
cooking iyou can't go to McDonalds every-
dayl. Something that goes along with eating is
grocery shopping-another syphon for time,
not to mention money. One learns quickly the
meaning of budget when it comes to time and
Then there is transportation. Unlike dorm
students, a person living off campus must
somehow get to the campus. There are var-
ious ways of doing this, depending how far
one lives off campus. Bringing a car is fine-
if you can fold it up and tuck it in a book when
you get to campus-otherwise, it's a game of
merry-go-round the campus looking for a
parking space, which is often never found. Of
course there is always the old reliable bike
and the never failing feet, both of which are
easy to park.
It may sound as if the bad aspects are greater
than the good in off campus living but this all
depends on how much one values those as-
pects which he considers good.
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A long time ago, about the middle of the ninth
century, in a place far, far away, Europe to
be exact, the first universities were built. The
students studied the usual stuff . . . Rhetoric,
astronomy, logic and parchment writing.
Back then, when the all male students had to
escape the pressures of schoolwork, their en-
tertainment was vastly different from today's
coeds. The young man often stayed up all
night gambling away his meager allowance or
robbing the poor defenseless people in the
streets. If he was lucky he spent an enjoyable
evening with females . . . in brothels.
Times have changed. Students are not so
unorthodox in their entertainment anymore.
When a student finds spare time from study-
ing, which isn't often, he or she likes to take
his or her mind off school. So, what do stu-
dents do at USM for entertainment? Certain-
ly the night out on the town of dinner and
dancing is one of the most entertaining of
USM coeds. Bonnie and Clydes, Cash
McCools and Mad Jack's in Laurel were the
favorite dancing spots. The better eat-outs
were Ichabod's, Conestoga Steak House,
Faughn's, and the old favorite, Pizza Hut.
The End Zone and Nicks rated tops in brew-
n-fun establishments. Patrick McCabe, a
freshman from Gulfport, Mississippi said,
"My friends and l like to go dancing on the
Robert E. Lee Showboat in Biloxi."
Sporting events were popular with the
crowd, whether they participated or just ob-
served the game. Athletes like Reggie Col-
lier, Curtis Green, and Jeff Eure spent a lot of
spare time practicing and preparing for their
respective sports. Intramurals had the aver-
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age student participating in athletics for fun.
Wanda Tisdale spent most of her free time
watching television, her favorites included
Dynasty and Flamingo Road. Wanda added
"I collect coins and stamus, but USM doesn't
allow much time for that."
The University Activities Council plays a big
part in on campus entertainment. Concerts
like Snow, Pablo Cruise, and Kool and the
Gang were special events. Hit movies every
Thursday night for 50C was an added treat.
Then, of course, the famous UAC beer busts!
Students not only saw great movies on Thurs-
day, but they often went out with friends to
some of the local theatres. Some of the more
popular flicks were Taps, Raiders of the Lost
Ark, Reds, On Golden Pond, Ragtime, and
Victor f Victoria.
Pac Man held its own among all the new
video games and students were often found
giving up their quarters in the Union Game
Room. Pool, foosball, and other rabble games
remained a pastime of the students. Every-
one did something to have a good time.
Lance Chancellor, a junior marketing major
from Laurel, Mississippi, commented "My
girlfriend Lisa and I, during our spare time,
either go to the coast for an evening of fine
dining and dancing, or we get a group of
friends together for a canoe trip."
Professors also must clear their minds of such
hazardous things as thoughts of tests to be
graded and curves to be adjusted. They en-
joy the same pastimes as the students. Of
course, that can't be said of all teachers. Dr.
James Lea, a political science professor
beats his frustrations out with a tennis ball,
and Dr. T.H. Fay, who teaches trigonometry,
enjoys fishing in his spare time. Professors
are human too. l
As children we learn the need to play and
enjoy ourselves for relaxation, as adults we
continue to "play", but the games are for
grownups. Karl Menninger once said, "peo-
ple who don't play are potentially dangerous.
There seems to be a general idea that recrea-
tion is all right if one doesn't take it too seri-
ously. My belief is that the greater danger lies
in not taking it seriously enough."
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Walk into any fast food restaurant, retail
store, or just about any small business in Hat-
tiesburg and you are sure to see a familiar
face waiting to help you-someone you have
seen before but just cannot seem to place.
That face, more than likely, belongs to a stu-
dent at USM. In fact, almost half of the stu-
dents here at USM hold part-time or full time
jobs either in Hattiesburg or on the campus.
Why is such a large number of USM students
working? Many students work in order to put
their way through school, while some work
just for extra spending money. Still others
work for the experience in their major field of
study. No matter what their reason for work-
ing may be, these students will tell you work-
ing while going to school sometimes is not
very easy. For many, learning to juggle work,
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class, and study schedules soon becomes a
way of life.
For those students who wish to work, but do
not know which jobs are available or how to
find out about them, the University provides
the Student Employment Service. The Ser-
vice attempts to find jobs for those students
who go to the office for help. During the 1981
fall semester, approximately one thousand
students applied for work through the Stu-
dent Employment Service.
Working provides a number of benefits for
many students. Work experience and a pay-
check top the list, but working also gives stu-
dents a chance to meet and work with many
new people they might not have met other-
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ACUI Games ,......
Air Force ROTC ........
Alpha Kappa Alpha ......
Alpha Phi Alpha ........
Alpha Psi Omega ......
Alpha Sigma Alpha ..........
Alpha Tau Omega ................... ......
American Marketing Ass. .....,..... ..... .
American Ass. Interior Design ....... ......
Army ROTC ............................... ......
ASB .......................................,. ......
Baptist Student Union .......
Beauties, past .........
Beta Alpha Psi .......
Chi Omega .............
Chi Tau Epsilon .........
COGIC Fellowship .........
Collins, Bobby .........
Delta Delta Delta ......
Delta Gamma .........
Delta Sigma Pi .......
Dixie Darlings ...................
Delta Sigma Theta ..............
Education and Psychology ......, ........,
Fashion Plus ........... .......
Fine Art ........... . .
Football ........ .................... ........ 6 6
Golden Eagle Civitans .........
Golden Girls .....................
Gold Tenders ...............
Greek GodfGoddess ...........
Hall of Fame ..........,............................ .......
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation ....... .......
Home Economics . .............................. ..
Homecoming Court .......
Honors College ......,..
Institutional Administration ........
Jr. Panhellenic Council .......
Alpha Psi ......
Kappa Psi .........
Mu Epsilon ........
Lambda Sigma .........
Latter Day Saints .........
Liberal Arts ..............
L'Esprit De Corps ........
Lucas, Aubrey K. .......... .
Medical Technolocy ........
Mr. f Miss USM .............
Newman Club ........
Omega Psi Phi ....................
Omnicron Delta Kappa .......
Panhellenic Council .........
Phi Beta Lambda ........
Phi Chi Theta .....................
Phi Kappa Tau .......
Phi Mu ...............
Phi Mu Alpha .........
Pi Theta Kappa .........
Pi Beta Phi ................
Phi Kappa Alpha .......
Pre Law Society ........
Psi Chi .................
Recreation Club ......
Residence Halls .............
Rho Gamma .....................
Science and Technology .......
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ........
Sigma Chi ......................
Sigma Gamma Rho ........
Sigma Nu ...................
Sigma Phi Epsilon .......
Sigma Sigma Sigma .......
Social Work ................
Southern Cinema ..................
Southern Christian Center .......
Society of Polymer Scientists ......
Southern Geological Society ........
Southern Style .........................
Student Alumni Ass .......
Student Constructors ........
Student Education Ass ..........
Student Nurses ........................
Student Speech and Hearing ......
Union Board ........
Who's Who .......
Chuck Pardee Sandy Loveday Mark Sullivan Melissa Winstead
Events Co-editor Events Co-editor Sports Editor Organizations Editor
Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Easterling, Warren K. Dunn, Billy Benson, Debbie
Kennedy, Minnie Austin, Vickie Wilson, Scott Dossett, Valerie Davis,
Lisa McQuillin, Lance Chancellor, Robert Phillips, Vaughn Wilson,
Peggy Meadows, Tommy Bennett, STUDENT PRINTZ, UAC, Union
Board, Clarence Powell, Chuck Cook, Reggie Smith, Bekke Ray,
Kenny Bergeron,Natalie Ballard,Cathye Ross,Mary Poythress, Bob
Snell, Charles Curry, Frank Easterling, Public Relations. Bobby Col-
lins, M.K. Turk, Bill Goodrich, Kay James, Jim Carmody, Pete Tay-
lor, and Joy "Mom" Samrow
The 1982 SOUTHERNER was printed in Montgomery, Alabama by
Paragon Press, a division of Herff Jones Yearbooks. The paper stock
was Bordeaux Special. 3 flats of multicolor process was used along
with 3 flats of spot color: Tan HJ 465, Ocre HJ 123, and Sienna HJ
145. The color has a black base with embossed USM logo covered in
gold foil. The type face is Souvenier Light in 30, 14, 10, and 8 point
Chuck Cook 76, 77
Warren K. Dunn 102, 103
Clarence Powell 44, 45
Reggie Smith 106, 134, 135
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Sheila Whitten Susan Wolfe Butch Myers Cheri Campbell
People Editor Copy Editor Photo Editor Assistant Editor
EDITOR ......................... ...... S teve Easterling
ASSISTANT EDITOR .,..... ....... C heri Campbell
ADVISOR ..,...................................... Warren K. Dunn
EVENTS ......... ........ C huck Pardee, Sandy Loveday,
Shelby Smith, Kreg Bartley,
Paul Allen, Lee Ann Liberto,
Frank Easterling, Carla Murphy,
SPORTS ...... ............. M ark Sullivan, Robin Smith,
Sandra Price, Cindy Blackmer,
Cindy Martin, Susan Lamey, Ann
Thorpe, Jeannie Kirk, Andriana
Torres, Cindy Stewart
ORGANIZATIONS .. Melissa Winstead, Ken Waltman,
Charles Curry, Wade Hughes,
Dena Phillips, Alicia McKinley,
Robin Brown, Jan Meitzler, Lee
Ann Blackmer, Alesia Phillips,
Sandy Davis, Robin Smith, Janet
Davis, Pamela Dickey, Kelly
Becton, LeWanika Davis
PEOPLE ..,... ...... S hella Whitten, Lorrie Howell,
Janet Davis, Rhonda Harwell,
Connie Wade, Dorothy Atkins,
Chris Loughman, Kathy Schwarzauer,
Sally Idol, Michele Sykes,
Allison Dyar, Toni Wells,
Deborah White, Madonna Green,
Kelly Jones, Lisa Speed
ACADEMICS ....... .................. S teve Easterling
PHOTOGRAPHERS ..,.... Butch Myers, Lorrie I-Iowell,
Holly Cox, Mike Krebs, Donna
Krebs, Shane Gaston, Jason
Thornton, Allen Harrison, Gary
Sessums, Cindy Blackmer, Mickey
Welsh, Jenny Blackston, Tim
Isbell, Susan Lamey
COPYWRITERS ............ Susan Wolfe, Sheila Skipper,
Rachel Tullos, Judy Day,
Chris Loughman, Lynne Clary
Editing the 1982 SOUTHERNER was an
honor. It was also the largest but most re-
warding challenge I have ever undertaken. It
was a lesson in leadership, public relations,
and time management all in one. The benefits
of the experience heavily outweighed the
most trying of times.
A lot more goes into compiling a yearbook
than many realize. Countless hours were
spent drawing layouts, interviewing, photo-
graphing, copywriting, and proofing. There
were many who helped to put the book to-
gether but I would especially like to thank
those dedicated few who were always on
hand to help out. I would never have been
able to put it all together without Cheri
Campbell, my assistant editor. I-Ier creativ-
ity, loyalty, and patience were so very valu-
able. Thanks to Warren K. Dunn's under-
standing and willingness to try new concepts
in the 1982 SOUTI-IERNER I feel the book is
a success. As the SOUTI-lERNER's advisor,
Mr. Dunn could not have been more support-
ive and helpful. Also deserving a special
thanks are my section editors and staff.
It is impossible to please everyone. However,
I hope that all will find some part of the 1982
Here it is!
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