University of Southern Mississippi - Southerner Yearbook (Hattiesburg, MS)
- Class of 1987
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fashion scene until they return to school. lt is
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One Llfe to Llve
The Young and Restless
All My Chlldren
Search for Tomorrow
As the lWorld Turns
GUIDI G LIGHT
DR AUBREY K LUCAS
Interview With Dr. Lucas
ln the 1986-87 school year, the University of Southern Mississippi had to survive yet
another budget cut which, among other things, resulted in the loss of the 26 USM faculty
members. USM President, Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas said although some professors felt the
need to leave the state for higher paying jobs, many faculty members showed their
commitment to the University by remaining here. "l think that regardless of what comes
our way we have within ourselves the resources and the resolve to handle the issues and
the challenges. During this crisis, we found that faculty, staff and students care very
deeply about this institution, and they're willing to work hard to come forward with ways
to adjust to budget cuts and other such setbacks."
"But even though this kind of commitment will keep many here," he said, "we must
not count on this commitment. We need clear expressions from our legislators that the
state of Mississippi does value higher education." However, while USM did lose almost 5
percent of its faculty, the University received a S10 million grant from the federal
government to build a polymer science research complex on campus. Lucas said the
facility will "have far reaching implications for the entire University. We'll have ongoing
research activities here which will bring to this University outstanding scientists, not only
in polymer science, but in physics, biology and chemistry as well." USM also has
collected more than S5 million in its efforts to raise 87.5 million as part of its 75th
Lucas said he feels confident that the University will reach its goal by USM's 1987
Dr. Aubrey K Lucas 21
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Left to right, seated: William H. Austin, Jr., George T. Watson, Martha H. Gill, Denton Rogers
Charles C. Jacobs, Jr., Bryce Griffis, Betty A. Williams, Dr. John R. Lovelace, and Frank O
Left to right, standing: Dr. E.E. Thrash, Will H. Hickman, Sidney L. Rushing, Thomas D. Bourdeaux
and William M. Jones.
Officers: Bryce Ciriffis, President
Betty A. Williams, Vice-President
Dr. E.E. Thrash, Executive Secretary and Director
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Director of the Office of Assistant to the Director Dean of the College of
Recruitment and Orientation of the University Llnion Fine Arts
Rebecca A. Askew William C. Baggett
S Eugene Barnes
Assistant to the Vice President
for Research and Extended Affairs
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Shirley A Bateman
Director of English
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Thomas A. Bateman Marshall L. Bell H. Tyrone Black
Director of Track and Cross Dean of the College
Communication Services Country Coach of Business Administration
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David J. Bodenhamer Onva K. Boshears
Assistant to the Vice-President Dean of the School
for Academic Affairs Library Science
Curtis E. Bozeman Haffl' Brown
Manager of the DifeC'f0f Of
printing Qenter Financial Services
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Jimmy Carpenter Walter E. Cooper
Director of the University Dean of the School of Health
Golf Course Physical Education and Recreation
Head Football Coach
James G. Carmody
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Hill Denson Michael C. Dobbins Warren K. Dunn
Head Baseball COaCh Assistant Dean Director of
Of Student Development University Union
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Peter E. Durkee -
Vice-President for ' ' '
Student Affairs Business and Finance
Thomas G Estes
Vice President for
William G Fron Michael Giles Helen Grant
Director of Men's and Women's Women's Volleyball
Financial Aid Swimming Coach and Tennis Coach
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G. Terry Harper Ken Haymen
Dean of the College Director of
of Liberal Arts Purchasing
Clyde N. Ginn
Executive Assistant to
Joan P Glover
Driector of the
Robert Herrington Jr
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Director of the
H. Gene Henderson
Joe E Hollway
Dean of USM at
ADMINISTRATIG ' I
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G. David Huffman D. Kay James Shirley J. Jones
Dean of the School . Assistant to the Athletic Director Dean of the School
Science and Technology Women's Basketball Coach of Social Work
Carl C Lawerence Robert M. Lowe
Director of Director of
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Boyd A. Kellett William E. Kirkpatrick Robert S. Kivitz
Director of Student Director of Public Director of
Health Services Relations Housing Administration
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Alice L. Maw
Director of lnternal
Affairs, Center for
Henslee C McLellan
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Charles B. McNeil
Director of Admissions
Howard Miller Danny W. Montgomery
Director of Public Safety Registar ,
Jerri L. Morgan Regiel Napier
Dean of the School Asst. Director of Public Relationsf
of Nursing Sports information Director
Director of Alumni
Joseph S. Paul
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Dean of Student Development
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Peggy Prenshaw Charles H. Probst
Dean of Honors College Dean of Student Services
Director of Greek Life
Gene Saucier Guilia Saucier
Asst. to the Vice-President Director of External Affairs,
for Business and Finance Center for international Education
Dean of College of
Education and Psychology
James O. Schnur I
William C. Scruggs, Jr.
Director of Computing Center
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Director of Llniversity Vice-President of Head of the Center
Counseling Center Academic Affairs for International Education
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Joseph E. Tinnon Paul M. Toom Charlotte E. Tullos
Dean of Division E3 Director of Research and Director of Career Development
Lifelong Learning Sponsored Programs Cooperative Education
Malcolm K. Turk Allene G. Vaden Robert T. VanAller
Men's Basketball Coach Dean of the School Dean Of the
of Home Economics Graduate School
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Sidney E.L. Weatherford Dennis Webster Karen M. Yarborough
Director of Institutional Director of Broadcasting ViCG'PfeSid6Dt fOr Research and
Research and Radio and Television Services EXiGf1Cl6Cl Services
Dean Tyrone Black
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
LlSM's College of Business Administration helps meet the
needs of business on every level by training students to
become professionals in their fields. Drawing continuously
from their foundational training, USM graduates prosper as
government business administrators, accountants and con-
sultants among many other possibilities.
At the undergraduate level the students spend their first
two years under a strong Liberal Arts background. After
those two years students focus their business training in the
departments of Economics, Finance, General Business,
Management, and Marketing.
At the graduate level, the students are offered a Masters
of Professional Accountancy and Masters of Business Ad-
ministration. All of these programs are accredited by the
American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business. The
college is a member of the Southern Business Administra-
Whatever their business interest, USM students can be
certain that the college of Business Administration is provid-
ing them professional training for success.
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Dean James O. Schnur
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND
The College of Education and Psychology is among the
finest training facilities in the country. Programs offered by
the college produce excellent teachers, legal and executive
secretaries, office managers, social services directors and
case workers, and many other professions.
Interaction with the public, along with the combination of
specialized departments within the college, gives students
strong academic foundations and practical experience.
While promoting research programs such as the Office of
Student Teaching, the Psychology Center, the Center for
Community Education, the Counseling Psychology Labora-
tory, and Children's Laboratory of Learning make valuable
contributions to the public.
The college holds membership in the American Associ-
ation of Teachers' Education, and all undergraduate teacher
programs are fully accredited by the National Council for
Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Other programs in the college serve the needs of those
seeking psychology and counseling careers with full ac-
creditation by the American Psychological Association.
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38 Education and Psychology
Senators are front row Pamela lngrarn and Missy Arata back row
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CCLLEGE CDF FI E ARTS y
LlSM's College of Fine Arts benefits not only Fine Arts
majors but the entire campus and community as well. Tal-
ent is consistently exposed by the college which helps stu-
dents build confidence as well as skills while encouraging
cultural activities. The Department of Theatre and Dance,
and the School of Music all comprise this college.
The college encourages creativity and self expression.
Both students and faculty participate in recitals, art exhibits,
plays, and concerts, many of these have become traditions
at USM. Each department offers various programs which E
are held throughout the year and are open to the public.
Art, Music, or Theatre and Dance-students in the Col- l
lege of Fine Arts are building solid foundations in both Y ,
academics and performance that will lead to future success. ,
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SCHOCDL CDF HEALTH, PHYSICAL
EDLICATICDN AND RECREATIO
To meet the needs of the public, LlSM's College of Health,
Physical Education and Recreation is preparing students to
become professionals in such fields as athletic coaching and
teaching, community health education, business and indus-
try fitness, therapy, and recreation management.
LlSM's athletic facilities, intramural activities, extramural
sports clubs, and recreational services give students in the
college practical experience in their field while serving the
campus community's fitness and recreational needs.
Besides the Department of Intramural-Recreational
Sports, the school is composed of four other specialized
departments. The Department of Athletic Administration
and Coaching is designed to train coaches, sports adminis-
trators, and athletic trainers, this is the only program of its
kind in the Southeast. The Department of Health and Safety
Education offers both undergraduates and graduate level
programs, the programs are designed to train professional
in the intellectual, psychological and social aspects of per-
sonal, family, and community fitness. The Department of
Physical Education prepares students for positions as ele-
mentary or secondary physical education teachers or as
corrective therapists, this is one of the nation's ten accredit-
ed therapy programs. The Department of Recreation offers
undergraduate level programs that focus on the wise devel-
opment and use of natural resources including recreation
managegent and therapeutic recreation.
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Senator Don Diboll
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Dean Allene G. Vaden
SCHCDCDL GF HCDME ECCDNGMICS
LlSM's School of Home Economics is preparing students
to confidently enter exciting, competitive careers in various
areas. Faculty members give their students the full benefit
of their professional and academic backgrounds. The cur-
riculum provides not only academic foundations but practi-
cal experience as well.
The School of Home Economics is composed of three
departments. The Department of Environmental Design,
specializes in Interior Design, Clothing Merchandising, and
Clothing and Textiles. ln the Department of Family Life
Studies and Home Economics Education or Home Econom-
ics in Business. The Department of Institution Administra-
tion trains students to be professional in service careers
such as Hotel Management, and Tourism. The Charcoal
Room on Campus and Southern lnn are USM facilities
where students operate in professional climates under facul-
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CCDLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
The University of Southern Mississippi's College of Liber-
al Arts offers traditional and interdisciplinary programs that
can be custom-suited to almost any student's educational
pursuits. Students, in every area of study, are encouraged to
strengthen their intellectual abilities while pursuing their
personal interest. Graduates pursue careers such as foreign
service, entertainment, philosophy, and anthropology.
Specialized undergraduate and graduate programs are
available in the college's departments which include Aero-
space Studies, Criminal Justice, English, Foreign Lan-
guages, Geography and are Development, History, Journal-
ism, Military Science, Political Science, Philosophy and
Religion, Radio, Television, and Film, Sociology, Anthropol-
ogy, Speech Communication, and SpeechfHearing Ser-
vices. Each department emphasizes a broad based curricu-
lum that involves study, research, and application.
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Senators are front row
Ann Gaston. Back row: Keith Gaskm, Renme
Perez, and Tum Farris
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SCHOOL OF LIBRARY SERVICE
The School of Library Service at the University of South-
ern Mississippi trains students to become professional librar-
ians by utilizing experience with the various kinds of print
resources available. The school offers practical experience
in library work through field trips, conferences, and the use
of LlSM's library.
Bachelor's and Master's degrees are available in both
teaching and nonteaching programs. The school is a mem-
ber of the Association of American Library Schools, the
American Library Association, and the Southeastern Li-
Founded in 1976, the school was previously an academic
program within the College of Education and Psychology.
Students in the library profession are advised, to major in
other areas before studying library science since it is a
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Senator Tim Dixon
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Dean Jerri L. Morgan
SCHGGL GF NURSING
LlSM's School of Nursing strives to prepare students to
work as confident professionals in any of the various spe-
cialized areas of nursing. The college offers three areas of
study: the undergraduate level, graduate level, and the con-
tinuing education program. Each of these programs pro-
vides both an academic foundation and practical exper-
ience in nursing. Baccalaureate graduates are fully prepared
for the general practice of nursing in hospitals, community
health agencies, and other health care agencies where nurs-
ing care is provided. At the graduate level students are able
to specialize in a variety of fields. Also available at the
graduate level are role options in teaching, administration,
or clinical specialization. The Continuing Education Pro-
gram is a unique program that affords Registered Nurses
educational opportunities to constantly update their train-
ing and keep the nurses abreast of changes in their fast-
LlSM's School of Nursing offers programs in Hattiesburg,
Gulf Park, and Meridian. The school is fully accredited by
the National League of Nursing, and the Continuing Educa-
tion program is accredited by the American Nurses Associ-
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Senators Mike Harris and Lamar Lott
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COLLEGE GF SCIENCE A D
The University of Southern Mississippi trains highly moti-
vated professionals to meet the growing needs of our high-
tech world. The College of Science and Technology is de-
signed to give students experience through learning labs
that specialize in individual instruction, co-op programs, and
student-assisted research programs. The curriculum com-
bines classical courses with contemporary multidisciplinary
areas to give students an understanding of industrial appli-
cation and basic supervisory skills.
The five institutes of Environmental Science, Microbiolo-
gy and Related Sciences, Surface Coatings, and the Missis-
sippi Polymer Institute, as well as the twelve departments of
Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and Statistics, Con-
struction and Architectual Technology, Geology, Industrial
Technology, Mathematics, Medical Technology, Physics,
Astronomy, Polymer Science, and Science Education make
up the College of Science and Technology.
52 Science and Technology
Senators are front row Penny Wlse Tammy Wlse and Tara Aust Back
row Bully Connell Chuck Donlin and Bully Argus
Dean Shirley J. Jones
SCHGCL OF SOCIAL WCDRK
To meet the needs of an increasingly specialized field, the
University of Southern Mississippi offers the only graduate
level degree in social work in the state, this two year pro-
gram combines intense classroom work as well as field
experience which allows students to apply their knowledge
to real life situations.
Social work is an expanding field of study which is con-
cerned with the interactions and transactions between peo-
ple and the institutions of society which affect the ability of
people to accomplish life tasks. While many social workers
continue to serve in welfare departments, private social
service agencies, and health departments, careers are also
developing in places such as hospitals, mental health agen-
cies, school systems, and community-based agencies.
The entire purpose of the school is to prepare future
social workers to practice professionally at an advanced
level and to address the needs of individuals, families,
groups, and organizations. The program is very effective
which is evidenced by the success of graduates in establish-
ing secure careers that fit their own interest.
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Dean Peggy Prenshaw
LlSM's Honor College, since its establishment in 1976, has
evolved into one of only fourteen Honors Colleges in the
nation. The University of Southern Mississippi's Honors Col-
lege provides academic and financial opportunities to a
select number of outstanding students each year. The col-
lege aims to identify, encourage, and reward academic ex-
cellence in all fields and to serve students with various
academic interest. The Honors College awards degrees of
Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Summa Cum Laude.
The Honors College curriculum is designed to provide a
challenging foundation for study in any field at the universi-
ty. Students pursue regular undergraduates degrees while
substituting Honors courses for the normally prescribed
The college invites all USM students to enroll in Honors
Forum which is a one hour course consisting of speakers,
outstanding films, panel discussions, and other enrichment
Eligibility requirements for the Honors College include an
ACT score of 25 or higher, faculty recommendations, an
extemporaneous essay, and a personal interview. Students
wishing to graduate from the Honors College must take
comprehensive exams in their fields of study and complete
a senior project.
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Carol Bagley. Gamma Beta Phi Sigma Delta Chl
secretary treasurer Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key
Honor Society Omicron Delta Kappa The Students
Prinz' Executive Editor' President s List Dean s List
Outstanding Journalist Associated Student Body
Student Projects Director Outstanding Graduate in
Joseph Wrllram Calhoun Jr Sigma Nu President
Society of Polymer Science Vice-President Phi
Kappa Phi Omicron Delta Kappa Presidents List
Dean s List Varsity Swimming Scholarship Who s
Who Golden Key National Honor Society 4year
varsity letterman Metro-Conference Commission-
er s List of Scholar-Athletes' National Dean s List
USM Hall of Fame First Place Undergraduate Re-
Beth Glover. Omicron Delta Kappa, Miss Southern
'84, Phi Delta Rho, Rho Lambda, Southern Expo-
sure, President's List, Dean's List, National Dean's
List, Golden Key, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma
Alpha Lambda Delta, ASB Senator, Campus Cru-
sade for Christ, Delta Delta Delta: Activities Chair-
man, Rush Chairman, Sponsor Selection Chairman
58 Hall of Fame
Ellen Chrlstrne Hall ODK Phi Kappa Phi Golden
Key Phi Delta Rho P1 Kappa Lambda Alpha Lamb
da Delta Phi Etu Sigma National Dean s List USM
Bassoon Choir USM Opera Theatre Pride USM
Wind Ensemble ASB P1 Beta Phi President Public
Relations Chairman Phi Mu Alpha Singonlal Sweet
heart little sister German club Foreign Study
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ing Award Donald M Dana Advertising Amerlclan
Advertlslng Federation ASB-Director of Advertis-
ing Public Relations Director ASB Senator Student
Prmtz Staff writer USM Magazine Editor Presl-
dents List Dean s List National Dean s List
Billy Newman Pre Law Student Society Pre Law
Student of the year USM Debate team ASB Com
mittee for off Campus Affairs ASB Senate Phi
Kappa Ph1 Phl Eta Sigma Lambda Sigma British
Studies Program ASB Attorney General Chairman
of the Senate Standing Committee
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Barry Reynolds. Phi Theta Kappa National Presi-
dent, ASB President, ASB Chief of Staff, Student
Judicial Council, Harry S. Truman Scholar, Omicron
Delta Kappa, University Publications Board, Sigma
Chi-Pledge Class President, President's List,
Hall of Fame 59
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Bob Jackson Snell, Il. Golden Key-Chartering President, Lambda
Sigma-Activities Director, Phi Eta Sigma-President, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Dean's List, Omicron Delta Kappa, Gamma Beta
Phi, Pi Tau Chi, Golden Eagle Mascot, University Interfraternity
Council-Representative l982, Activities Director 1983, Vice-
Presidentg Chairman of IFC Judicial Board, Chairman Greek Sym-
posium, Sigma Chi, USM Director of Spirit.
60 Who's Who
Julie Cook. President's List, Southern Style, Diamond Darlings,
Golden Girls-Treasurer, Dean's List, Chi Omega Scholarship, Ad
Club Scholarship, Best Citizen, Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Rho Lambda, Phi Delta Rho, Gamma Beta Phi, Lambda Sigma,
Alpha Lambda Delta, ASB-Senator, Supreme Court Associate
Justice, Pi Kappa Alpha-Little Sister, President, Vice-President,
Treasurer, Dream Girl, Chi Omega-Secretary, Intramural Chair-
man, Order of the Owl, Pledge Scholarship Award.
Steven L. Ates, Gautier, Ms,
Varsity Football Cheer-
Lambda Sigma, Polymer Sci-
ence Club, Society of Plas-
tics Engineers, Student
Alumni Association, lnterfra-
ternity Council Member-
Vice-President, Sigma Chi-
Rush Chairman, Executive
Committee, Chi Omega So-
rority Big Brother, Presi-
dent's List, Dean's List.
Melanie Cecile Barber, Mem-
phis, Tn, ASB Senator, Eag-
lettes, Dixie Darlings, Elec-
tion Commission, American
fTreasurer, Campus Cru-
sade for Christ, Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, Gamma Beta Phi,
Phi Delta Rho, Omicron Del-
ta Kappa, Chi Omega-Sec-
retary, Dean's List, National
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Michelle Ladawne Bell, Hat-
tiesburg, Msg Kappa Mu Ep-
silon, Math Honor Society,
Rho Lambda, Order of Ome-
ga, Alpha Kappa Alpha-
1985 Ms Esquire Chairper-
son, Union Board, Delegate
to the Association of College
Unions Regional Conference,
Stephen K. Bittick, Brandon,
Msg ASB Presidential Elec-
tion Committee, Head Resi-
dent, University Singers,
Resident Assistant, Elam
Arms Hall Council, Universi-
ty Food Service Committee.
South Area Homecoming
Committee, Sales and Mar-
keting Executives Award for
Outstanding Junior in Sales.
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Cathy Blakeslee, Gulfport,
Msg Omicron Delta Kappa,
Phi Delta Rho-President,
Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma
Sigma, American Marketing
Association, Chi Omega-
Treasurer, Songfest Chair-
person, 1986 Outstanding
Business Woman, Golden
Key National Honor Society,
Gamma Beta Phi, ASB Judi-
cial Council, President's List.
Cindy Brown, Jackson, Ms:
Southern Style, Basketball
Cheerleader, ASB, Omicron
Delta Dappa, Lambda Sig-
ma, Alpha Lambda Delta.
Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Lambda.
College Republicans, Delta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little
Sister, Outstanding Fresh-
man Woman, Miss Southern
Director, National Dean's
List, Dean's List.
Who's Who 61
Charles B. Byram, Vicks-
burg. Msg Pi Kappa Alpha-
lntramural Chairman, Trea-
surer, President: Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig-
ma. Gamma Beta Phi, Beta
Alpha Psi-Treasurer, Sig-
ma Psi Alpha, Order of Ome-
ga. USM Student Disciplin-
ary Appeals Committee.
Charles "Keith" Carrico,
Belleville, lllinois, Air Force
Operations Officer, Chief of
Special Operations, Chief of
Administration, POC Cadet
of the Semester, ASB Sena-
tor, Beta Gamma Sigma-
President, Delta Sigma Pi-
President, Society for the Ad-
vancement of Management,
President's List, Dean's List.
Samuel Todd Courtney, Flor-
ence, Ms, ASB-President,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Hon-
or's Student Association-
President, Honor's Council,
Outstanding Young Men of
America, Future Leader of
Mississippi Award, Presi-
dent's List, Dean's List.
Sharon Crook, Hattiesburg,
Ms, Alpha Lambda Delta Na-
tional Collegiate Honors
Council, Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon-President, Phi Kappa
Phi, Phi Delta Rho-Presi-
dent, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Order of Omega, Associ-
ation of Computer Machiner,
dent, Executive Board Mem-
ber, President's List, Dean's
List, National Dean's List.
Roxanne Davis, Meridian
Ms, ASB Spirit and Election
Committees, NAACP, Afro-
American Cultural Society,
Gamma Beta Phi. Order of
Omega, Golden Key, Phi
Theta Kappa, Alpha Kappa
Dean's List, National Dean's
List, Presidents List.
62 Whos Who
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Donald Collins Diboll, Bay
St. Louis, Ms. Southern
Style, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
Rush Chairman, USM Stu-
dent Coaches, lnterfraternity
Council, Student Alumni As-
sociation, Order of Omega,
Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key,
Omicron Delta Kappa,
Dean's List, President's List.
Donald Glenn Dollar, Long
Beach, Msg Southern Style,
ASB Senator, Kappa Sig-
ma-Public Relation, Schol-
arship Chairman, House
Manager, Pledge Director,
Outstanding Pledge of the
Year, Pledge Scholarship
Award, lnterfraternity Coun-
cil, Judicial Board, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Sig-
ma Lambda Chi-President,
Gamma Alpha Epsilon-
President, Student Construc-
tors, Student Home Build-
Young Men of America,
Davona IDeej Ayn Dougher-
ty, Ocean Springs, Msg Al-
pha Sigma Alpha-Rush
Chairman, President, Stan-
dards Chairmang Elizabeth
Bird Small Award, Southern-
er-Copy Staff, Editor-in-
Chief, Sigma Phi Epsilon Lit-
tle Sister, Phi Kappa Phi,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Order
of Omega, Golden Key, Rho
Lambda, Beta Alpha Psi,
President's List, Dean's List,
National Dean's List.
Kay Eckert, Ocean Springs,
Msg Dean's List, National
Dean's List, Golden key,
Gamma Beta Phi, American
Secretary, Southern Style-
Vice-President, USM Cam-
pus Beauty, Kappa Delta-
Social Director of Public Re-
lations, Standards Board
Young Women of America,
ASB Spirit Committee.
Alice Fish, Hattiesburg, Msg
Southern Style, Women's
Soccer Club, University Ac-
tivities Council, Sigma Nu
Little Sister, Head Resident,
Resident Asst., Public Rela-
tions Student Society,
Christopher C. Gilmer, Har-
perville, Msg ASB President's
Committee, Executive Edi-
tor of Student Printz, Sigma
Phi Theta Kappa, Chapter
Leaders of Alpha of Missis-
sippi, Elam Arms Hall Coun-
cil Publicity Chairman, Dele-
gate to Associated Collegiate
Press National Convention,
USM English Club, National
Dean's List, President's List,
Amy Louise Jackson, Merid-
ian, Msg Southern Exposure,
USM Singers, Phi Theta
Kappa, Gamma Beta Phi, Pi
Kappa Lambda, Phi Kappa
Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa.
Golden Key, Mu Phi Epsilon.
Kappa Mu Epsilon. Delta
Delta Delta-Song Chair-
man, Chaplain, Scholarship
Committee, Standards Com-
mittee Chairman: Alpha Tau
Omega Little Sister. Presi-
dent's List, Dean's List.
Who's Who 63
Julie Johnson, Pascagoula.
Msg Southern Style, ASB-
Treasurer. Asst. Treasurer,
Chairman, Activities Chair-
man: Omicron Delta Kappa,
Rho Lambda, Beta Alpha Psi,
Sigma Psi Alpha, Lambda
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Gold-
en Girl, Gamma Beta Phi, Al-
pha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta
Sigma, Sigma Chi Derby Dar-
ling, Pi Kappa Alpha-Little
Sister, Calendar Girl, Stu-
dent Body Homecoming
Patrick M. McCarron, Fort
Walton Beach, Fl, ASB Cam-
paign Committee for Presi-
dential Elections, Gamma
Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma,
Head Resident, USM Pride
Marching Band, South Area
Campus Homecoming Com-
mittee, Dean's List, National
Dean's List, Intramural All-
School Finalist in Flag Foot-
ball and Ultimate Frisbee, Se-
lection Board for Resident
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Melinda McCarty, Hatties-
burg, Msg ASB Chief Justice,
Golden Girls, Omicron Delta
Delta Delta-President, Sec-
retary, Treasurerg Pi Kappa
Alpha Little Sister, Student
Alumni Association, Beta Al-
pha Psi, Outstanding Fresh-
man Woman, Phi Delta Rho,
Sigma Phi Alpha, Pi Tau Chi,
Roteract, Phi Kappa Phi,
Beta Gamma Sigma, South-
erner Staff, Order of Omega,
Miss USM, Lambda Sigma,
Golden Key, Rho Lambda,
Mike McMullan, Decatur,
Msg Southern Style, ASB
Student Judicial Council,
Mr. USM, Omicron Delta
Kappa Phi, Lambda Sig-
ma-President, IFC Judicia-
ry Board, Sigma Chi-Presi-
dent, Pledge Trainer, Model
Active, Chi Omega Big
Brother, Honors Student As-
sociation, Order of Omega,
Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Pi Tau Chi, President's
List, Dean's List.
Da vid Wayne Milling, Jr. Hat-
tiesburg, Ms, ASB Senator,
Honors College, Sigma
Nu-Rush Chairman, Gam-
ma Beta Phi, Omicron Delta
Kappa, Golden Key, Alpha
Sigma Alpha Big Brother,
Outstanding Young Men of
America, Dean's List, Distin-
guished Military Student.
64 Who's Who
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Kimberly Anne Pope, Laurel,
Msg Southern Style, South-
ern Exposure, Lady Tennis,
Most Outstanding Freshman
Woman, Delta Delta Delta-
Rush Chairman, Sponsor
Chairman, Song Chairman,
Asst. Treasurer, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon Little Sister,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi
Kappa Phi, Lambda Sigma,
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta
Beta Beta, Gamma Beta Phi,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Rho
Lambda, President's List.
Catherine F. Steen, Jackson,
Msg Who's Who, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Order of Ome-
ga--Secretary, Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, Lambda Sigma-
Secretary, Golden Girls-
Speech Communication As-
sociation, ASB Election
Commission, 1984 Out-
standing Greek Pledge, Presi-
dent's List, Dean's List, Ju-
nior Panhellenic Council.
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William David Sullivan, Lau-
rel, Msg ASB Senator, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Golden Key, Most Out-
standing Freshman Male,
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Gamma
Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Beta
Beta, Alpha Epsilon Delta,
IFC, Sigma Xi, Omicron Del-
ta Kappa, Rugby Club,
Dean's List, President's List,
National Dean's List.
Charles M. Thomas, Jr., Hat-
tiesburg, Msg Southern Ex-
posure, Omicron Delta
Kappa, Pride of Mississippi
Marching Band, Kappa
Kappa Psi-President, Vice-
President, Phi Mu Alpha, Sin-
fonia, Kappa Alpha Order,
Music Educators National
Conference, Student Alumni
Young Men of America 1985,
Tammy Wise, Gautier, Msg
ASB senator, Dixie Darling,
Southern Miss, Greek Week
Chairman, Alpha Epsilon
Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa
Member, Picture Chairmang
Top Ten Campus Beauty,
Mississippi State Parks
Jackson County's Miss Hos-
pitality 1984, Dean's List.
Carlin Elizabeth Wolfe, Hat-
tiesburg, Msg National Merit
Scholar, University Scholar,
Honors College, Honors Stu-
tary, Vice-President, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Golden Key, Gamma
Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Rho,
Southerner staff, Dean's
List, National Dean's List,
Tammy Camille Yates, Jack-
son, Msg Alpha Sigma Alpha-
Chairman, Rush Chairman.
Scholarship Chairmang Hon-
ors College, Outstanding
Freshman Woman, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Phi Delta
Lambda, Order of Omega.
Llpsilon Pi Epsilon, Golden
Key, Lambda Sigma. Panhel-
lenic Council, President's
List, Dean's List, National
Who's Who 65
Donna Aldridge. Lesa Applegate, Kim
Arnold, Susan Benvenutti, Belinda
Blakeney, Becky Bass, Cindy Breard,
Tracy Browns, Laurie Brock
Angelia Burke, Nicole Carroway,
Donna Castle, Deanna Causey, Kristi
Childress, Leta Coleman, Jo Cooley.
Suzanne Cowart, Connie Cox
Judith Day, Lauren Dill, Beth Duvall,
Donna Gilmore, Jo Cioad, Laura Goff,
Dawn Graham, Laura Graves, Lita Ho-
Debbie Hultz, Cheri Kettinger, Lee
Ann Madison, Jenea McManus, Kim-
berly Morgan, Janet Morris, Jennifer
Morrison, Linda Montgomery, Gina
Terri Russell, Susan Rutherford, Kel-
ly Saulter, Katherine Shelton, Teresa
Smith, Christy Sones, Angie Stamps,
Sabrina Stamps, Suzanne Stephens
Penni Tharp, Sharon Thornton, Mi-
chelle Tibbett, Wendy Wagner, Anna
Wells, Brigitte West, Denise Wojick,
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Founded: National: 1851
USM Chapter: September 1984
Colors: Azure Blue and White
Flower: The Woodland Violet
Symbols and Mascots: Black Diamond and Lions
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: "Lunch with Santa", The American
Cancer Society, Special Olympics, Fundraisers for Ronald McDonald
Theme Parties: Fall Party, Christmas Blind Date, Black Diamond Ball,
Aloha Party for Graduating Seniors, BigfLittle Sis Scavenger Hunt
Alpha Delta Pi 69
Cecile Arnold, Sharon Bell. Kelly Ber-
tucci, Karen Bertucci, Neresa Bran-
nan, Lisa Breckenridge. Lena Buford.
Marie Butler, Adrienne Cooper
Noreen Crews, Dee Doughterty, Bar-
bara Gilliam, Ann Hackett, Cherie
Ladner, Eva Metz, Melissa Moreno,
Amy Rehg. Lisa Roebuck
Debora Sayre. Angelique Scheffler,
Janet Skinner, Catherine Strimei,
Elizabeth White, Tammy Yates, Tony
Darling, James Hennessey, Kent Paw-
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Founded: National November 15 1901
USM Chapter May 1938
Colors: Crimson, Pearl, Palm Green and Gold
4 Flower: Narcissus and Aster
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Special Olympics ffundraisers, Hattiesburg games volunteers and
Awards: Homecoming Display Award-first place overall winners, first place for Theme: Graduate
Assistant Scholarship from national to Beta Delta chapter
' Theme Parties: Halloween Costume Party, Christmas Party, Red Slipper Ball, Senior Tea
Alpha Sigma Alpha 71
Tammy Allison, Missie Arata, Dawn
Avery, Tara Aust, Melanie Barber.
Cissy Baskin, Andrea Beasley, Sarah
Benton, Cathy Blakeslee
Laura Blakeslee, Julia Brown, Melis-
sia Brown, Lisa Buell, Linda Burchell,
Ruthie Burkett, Temple Bush, Stacy
Carter, Michelle Catchot
Jennifer Caveny, Erin Chapman, Me-
gan Chapman, Debbie Ciano, Connie
Clinton, Kelly Collins, Lisa Collins,
Patty Dalton, Shannon Daudrill, Ka-
ren Davis, Debby Escher, Carol Ann
Estes, Vicki Ezelle, Renee Fallin, El-
len Ferrell, Jamie Gardner
Valerie Garrett, Holly Hasty, Eliza-
beth Heard, Rendy Hedgepeth, Deb-
ora Henderson, Connie Hollings-
worth, Kym Housley, Kristie Hudnall,
Julie Jones, Kathey Klusendorf,
Sissy Lang, Treva Lowry, Suzanne
Lumpkin, Erin McCary, Cam McDer-
mott, Sherri McMullan, April Maddox
Kerri Mordica, Monica Mosher, Fran
Mott, Laurie Mullis, Candice Neal, Ju-
lie Neely, Karen Nichols, Diann No-
lan, Russlyn Owen
April Philpot, Chelye Pritchard, Su-
san Quarles, Beth Queen, Robin Ray,
Ashley Rich, Jan Rich, Rhonda Rich-
ard, Tracy Richmond
Alyce Riley, Susan Robinson, Stacey
Schlicter, Stacy Seals, Tanya Serio,
Stephanie Simnicht, Lynn Smith, Mi-
chelle Smith, Pam Southerland
Kim Sutton, Mitzi Swanson, Shelley
Taylor, Joanie Temple, Sam Tewes,
Kim Vinzant, Missy Warren, Carol
Weatherford, Twila Williams
Dawn Windham, Murray Windham,
Bridget Wise, Ted Fortenberry, Joe
72 Chi Omega
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Founded: National: April 5, 1895
USM Chapter: April 23, 1949
Colors: Red and Yellow
Flower: White Carnation
Symbols and Mascots: Cardinal and Straw
PhilanthropicfCommunity Service: Chi Omega Songfest, Special Olym-
pics Volunteer, Jail Bail for Heart
Awards: Campus Leadership Award given by Nationals, Aubrey K. Lucas
Scholarship award for overall scholarship 115 consecutive yearsj, ASB
overall spirit award
Theme Parties: Blind Date Party, Christmas Party, Sadie Hawkins, and
Chi Omega 73
DELTA DELTA DELTA QTRI DELTAD
Laura Alexander, Suzanne Allen, Jill
Ballard, Gina Blackmon, Lynne Bos-
tick. Lolly Bradley. Sherry Breland.
Stefanie Breland. Helen Brewton
Becky Britt. Betsy Browne, Tammie
Byrd. Lisa Cascio, Jan Cook, Lisa
Cook, Tiffany Cooper, Panny Dewey,
Lee Ann Elkins
Marlo Fairley, DeAnn French, Lisa
Gaudet, Francie George, Beth Good'
man, Jennifer Haas, Patricia Ham-
mett, Donna Hardin, Sheila Havard
Amy Heiden. Lisa Hensarling, Tracy
Hinton, Donna Holder, Bridget Horn,
Gidget Horn, Tammy lnman, Amy
Jackson, Amy Knight
Kathy Lecky, Anne Leonards, Karin
Loftin, Lisa Long, Robbie Lucas,
Chris Lytle, Melinda McCarty, Julie
McDonald, Stacy Moak
Donna Mooney, Deanna Moore, Me-
linda Morgan, Tanza Nations, Leigh
Ann Nosser, Renae Perkins, Michelle
Poirier, Kim Pope, Cathy Robertson
Terri Rounsaville, Christie Shirley,
Pam Sidebottom, Melissa Sims, Shar-
on Singley, Gin Smith, Jennifer
Smith, Kim Smith, Missy Smith
Page Smith, Sharon Sonier, Kim Tay-
lor, Melony Tribble, Swain Turner, Ja-
net Vega, Stephanie Webb, Mary
Withers, Melody Withers
Rebecca Wright, Melanie Yateman,
Ciil Burke, David Little
74 Delta Delta Delta
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Founded: November 1888
USM Chapter, March 1951
Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue
Symbols and Mascots: Pearls and Dolphins
PhilantropiesfCommunity Service: Dinner to raise money for scholarship fund, flow-
er sale for children's cancer research, volunteered for Deposit Guaranty Golf
Awards: Tri Delta National Rush Honor Roll, Sponsor and social Developement
Programs, Second in Songfest, First in Derby Games, Second in Anchor Splash,
Pep rally spirit awards
Theme Parties: Fish Fry, Orange Crush, Founder's Day, Christmas Party, Stars and
Cresent Ball, Spring Fling, Homecoming Reception
Delta Delta Delta 75
DELTA GAMMA QDEEGEE
Karen Alexander. Pollyanna Alex-
ander, Kathy Anderson, Denine Bay-
gents. Anne Marie Beatty, Becca
Blake, Cindy Brown, Debbie Bush,
Carol-Leigh Chatham, Leslie Cocran,
Sheila Comegys, Suzanne Comegys,
Carolyn Cowart, Rebecca Cowart,
Sharon Crook. Mandy Dalton, Amy
Lori Dear, Beth Dickson, Stacie Dick-
inson, Dena Douglass, Shannon Dud-
ley, May Duvall, Lynley Lee Eiken,
Christy Ellzey, Teri Eubanks
Angela Farragut, Kerry Fatheree, Mi-
chael Galliano, Flo Ann Gaston,
Claire Gerald, Debbie Green, Michelle
Hale, Kathy Hanvey, Jill Hardy
Carolyn Hargis, Sabrina Herring, Wen-
dy Hogue, Lisa Holland, Hope Howell,
Lori Jean Huxler, Michelle Jerome,
Lori Johnson, Rosie Jones
Jan Jordan, Kelly Kearns, Kelly Ker-
vin, Kim Kitchens, Cindy Kinard,
Rose Ellen Klotz, Robyn Lee, Tracy
Logan, Deborah Maisel
Rhonda Maness, Laura Martin, Mi-
chelle McCall, Deidre McDonald, Re-
nee McGuffee, Denise McKinnon, Vir-
ginia Newman, Kelly Noonan, Robbie
Pamela Perry, Lauren Richmond,
Donna Ritchey, Debbie Speiss, Leigh-
Anne Stanley, Kim Taylor, Pamela
Taylor, Jill Terry, Roxanne Towles
Rebecca Trevino, Candy Vallot, Su-
san Walp, Kim White, Patricia Wil-
liams, Bill Bruffey, Max South
76 Delta Gamma
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USM Chapter May 1, 1971
Colors: Bronze, Pink and Blue
Flower: Cream Rose
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Aid to the Blind, Sight Conservation, Educational grants and
loans, Anchorsplash, hostesses of the Miss Southern Pageant, official timers for the USM Varsity
Swim Team, scorekeepers for the Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic
Awards: National Delta Gamma Foundation and Community Service Award and Sisterhood Award,
second place overall in grades, Homecoming Display Award-second for Originality, first place in
Songfest for three consecutive years, received Recognitiion for Outstanding Service to Disabled
Students at USM
Theme Parties: Hooked on Delta Gamma Blind Date, Christmas Party, Anchor Ball, Crawfish Boil,
Good-bye Girls Party, Founder's Day, Parents' Banquet
Delta Gamma 77
Lisa Abbott. Becki Barcellona, Pame-
la Berger, Tonya Boone, Paige Bras-
well, Kathy Britt, Nancy Jo Buntyn,
Dee Cameron, Robin Carr
LeAnne Cirlot, Sammi Couch, Dana
Delk, Susan Dodger, Elise Dorman,
Angela Dunston, Sheri Fornea, Lee
Farrow, Lori Fulton
June Galloway, Pam Grosche, Bab-
bette Henry, Kelli Hicks, Allison Hog-
gatt, Ginger Hoover, Lisa Hover, Me-
lissa Hudson, Mona Hudson
Rita Israel, Linda Jones, Jennifer Kim-
brough, Kris Kirby, Diane Larson, La
Lisa Ledlow, Stace Mahar, Tammy
Miller, Tammye Mitchell
Tina Mitchell, Sarah Morrow, Amy
Murchison, Beth Murchison, Jamie
Mustain, Deanna Parker, Heather Pea-
den, Shannon Phifer, Tiffany Pittman
Lori Pridgen, Angie Quigley, Leigh
Anna Ramstad, Anna Redman,
Tammy Robinson, Ashlyn Rowe, Alli-
son Rowland, Phyllis Seal, Gwen Ser-
Carrie Sherar, Kim Smith, Cynthia
Stacy, Amanda Stegenga, Sherry
Stromeyer, Katherine Tiller, Eliza-
beth Truly, Jill Waldrop, Terri Wal-
Erin Ward, Patricia White, Kathy Wil-
liams, Dee Dee Wissinger, Candi
Wright. Benji Barham, Jeff Byrd,
Ronny Gaston, Mike Kearney
Don Middleton, patrick Potter, Jay
Wendland, Marty Williams, Russ
78 Delta Zeta
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Founded: National October 24, 1902
USM Chapter March 31, 1984
Colors: Vieuxgreen, Old Rose
Flower: Killarny Rose
Philanthropiesf Community Seride: Child-Printg Valentines Day raffle, National Philantrophy is the Galludet College for
the Speech and Hearing lmpairedg Sold raffles for the Lions Clubg Visited the nursing homes in the areag Will be do-
ing Haunted Forestg Blood Drivesg Made Easter baskets for the hearing impaired childreng Helped with Easter egg
hunt on campus
Theme Parties: Tahiti SweetiefBlind date, Fall Party, Spring Formal
Delta Zeta 79
Cindy Abrams, Jewel Adams, Lisa
Andry, Mary Blan Arnold, Melissa
Baria, Emily Berry, Tammy Bondur-
ant, Rhonda Bookout, Bridget Bounds
Nicole Bounds, Camie Bozeman, Mi-
chelle Bracken, Deon Burt, Amanda
Byrd, LeeAnn Clayton, Misty Cor-
kern, Dana Cowart, Susie Crane,
Dayna Curtis, Katie Dobie, Leisa Dog-
gette, Chrissy Dubiusson, Tara
Dyess, Kay Eckert, Kristi Fairley,
Laney Foreman, Gina Fortenberry
Kris Gaines, Sheila Garland, Mary
Temple Giles, Jennifer Gollott, Missy
Gowen, Stacey Hellen, Allison
Hodges, Hope Hunter, Julie Johnson
Shannan Jones, Kimberly Jordan,
Kay Koeppel, Helene Loiacano, Kelly
Love, Angie Madden, Polly Martin,
Paula Mathis, Leslie Mclnvale
Deanna Miles, Pam Montgomery, Hal-
lie Moore, Monique Morrell, Debbie
Moss, Dena O'Bannon, Mona O'Ban-
non, Melinda Ory, Monica Patterson
Michele Perez, Tricia Purser, Jennifer
Quayle, Pam Rawlinson, Peyton
Readman, Lori Roberts, Robin Roby,
Mary Ann Rush, Katy Sanderson
Stephanie Sandiford, Kim Saucier,
Christi Schexnayder, Dianne Shire-
man, Angie Sinopoli, Christi Smith,
Shannon Tullos, Robin Varnado,
Kelli Warren, Tanya Warren, Michelle
Williams, Anna Wiltz, Penny Wise,
Tammy Wise, Kim Woolbright, Me-
80 Kappa Delta
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Founded: National: October 23, 1897
USM Chapter: May 1949
Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White
Flower: White Rose
Symbols and Mascots: Teddy Bears and Rainbows
PhilanthropicfCommunity Service: Crippled Children's Hospital, National Committee for the Prevention of Child
Abuse, March of Dimes, Foster Parents
Awards: National Achievement Award, Pledge Education Award, Third Overall in Sigma Chi Derby
Theme Parties: White Rose Formal, Bearhug, Beach Party, Twist and Shout, Wine and Cheese, Founder's Day
Kappa Delta 81
Tammy Anderson, Kim Backel, Dean-
na Ballard, Ellen Barker, Sandie
Barnes, Wendy Barrett, Tamara Bass,
Jill Brady, Jeni Butterfield
Sue Byrkit, Stacey Calloway, Karen
Collier, Melissa Conway, Delery
Cook, Cindy Cooley, Karen Daley,
Sally Dees, Tracie Doody
C.J. Downey, Heather Duncan, Sissy
Durham, Leah Friend, Susan Friend,
Rhonda Garner, Beth Gillian, Leslie
Gleber, Kelly Cirannell
Stacey Graves, Patti Guercio, Terri
Ciuercio, Laura Hammond, Erin Harri-
son, Tracy Harwell, Kristy Hatem,
Lisa Helton, Jane Hokanson
Jennifer Holder, Diane Hultz, Donna
Hutto, Jill Johnson, Reachel John-
son, Angela Jones, Lynn Jones, Shar-
on Jones, Kendra Kimmons
Shannon Lack, Jackie Lane,Lori
Langford, Misha Lingle, Joanna
McAffrey, Michele McCormick, Jana
Kay Mills, Michele Monk, Mandy
Laura Norman, Janee' Pevey, Tana
Prassel, Shawna Quarnstrom, Teresa
Rankin, Syrie Rath, Melinda Rayner,
Robyn Reed, Jill Ruder
Melissa Samel, Susie Sanders, Sissy
Sharp, Beth Shull, Stacey Snowden,
Stacey Stamper, Carla Stephens, Car-
len Stubbs, Jackie Talbert
Delane Taylor, Gena Turnipseed,
Deena Walker, Elizabeth Walters,
Sheila Williams, Pat Wrolstad
82 Phi Mu
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ounded: National March 4, 1852
USM Chapter March 1950
Pink and White
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Project HOPE, United Way, Children's Miracle Network Telethon, Diabetes Associ
ation, Drug Research Education Association of Mississippi Christmas parties, Thanksgiving dinners, and Easter
baskets for the needy
Awards: Most Outstanding chapter, First place Derby-A Chorus Line, Second place overall Derby
heme Parties: Fall Fling, Pink Carnation Ball, Blind Date, Beach Bash, Founder's day
Phi Mu 83
Michelle Aguilar, Winter Ainsworth,
Bette Bankston, Mimi Behl, Tana
Bond, Jennifer Bradford, Mallory
Brooks, Melissa Bruner, Cheri Bush
Elizabeth Bush, Trudy Calhoun, Kath-
ryn Calvert, Jill Clark, Kimberly
Clark, Andrea Conerly, Renee Curet,
Siobhan Daugharty, Janine Demor-
Suzie Fagan, Melissa Fairley, Sandra
Fowler, Sandra Gates, Jane Grissom,
Christy Hall, Katie Hendrix, Hollis
Hoffman, Rosemari Horn
Laura Ingram, Pamela Ingram, Juli-
ana James, Jacque Jarrell, Sabrina
Johnson, Susan Johnson, Ava Jones,
Dena Jones, Kristie King
Lara Langlow, Deborah Leyda, Mi-
chelle Lewter, Leigh Manly, Eileen
McCaa, Chelle Mclnnis, Traci Myn-
att, Christy Paciera, Janice Patti
Anita Phillips, Mary Pitalo, Rebecca
Prescott, Patricia Richardson, Perri
Ryan, Cindy Simpson, Jackie Stu-
pica, Amandia Sullivan, Jeanne Tay-
Lisa Terrell, Sylvia Thomas, Melissa
Tims, Renee Toulme, Robin Ward,
Stephenie Watson, Jennifer Watts,
Daphne Welborn, Stacey Welborn
Dawn Welch, Jennifer Wyatt, Mi-
84 Pi Beta Phi
Founded National April 28, 1867
USM Chapter March 1961
Colors Wine and Silver Blue
Flower Wine Carnation
I Symbol Angels and Arrows
Ph1lanthrop1esfCommunity Service: Convarest, Arrowmont CGatlinburg, TNQ
Awards Overall lntramurals 4 years in a row, Greek Games Champs 4 years in a row, Homecoming Spirit Award,
Theme Parties Hoedown-Fall Western theme, Christmas Formal, Beaux and Arrow Ball-Valentines Day Formal,
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Moulds, Jacqueline Parker, Frances
Pickens, Denise Rueben, Angelia
Rice. Valetta Sellers, Melanie Turner.
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Founded: National January 1908
USM Chapter April 1975
Colors: Apple Green and Salmon Pink
Flower: Tea Rose
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Donated clothes to the Salvation Army, Donated food on World Food Day.
86 Alpha Kappa Alpha
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Founded: National January 13, 1913
USM Chapter July 1975
Colors: Crimson and Cream
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Fundraisers for United Way, Girl Scouts, Halloween Carnival, Donated money to
Theme Parties: Founder's Day, Delta Week
Delta Sigma Theta 87
Glenda Beverly, Angela Burkett, Lillie
Certion, Mallie Hayes, Gerald
McCarty, Rita Lott, Fresh Woods
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Founded National January 6 1920
USM Chapter April 18 1977
Colors Royal Blue and White
Flower White Rose
Ph1lanthrop1esfCommun1ty Service NAACP, March of
Dimes, Llnited Way, Bake Sales, Dances, Car wash
Awards: Most Improved Sorority Spring 1984, and Fall 1985
Theme Parties: Little Miss Amicae, Talent Show, Blue and
88 Zeta Phi Beta
White Weekend, Finerwomanhood Program
Alpha Phi Alpha
Maury Booth, Slo' Jam Fuller, Melvin
Davis, Sammy Lowe, Dwayne Red-
man, Jeffery Wallace, Eric Wade,
Keith White, Fresh Andre'
Foxy Angela, June Davis, Antoinette
Echols, Kim Johnson, Stephanie
Jones, Ann Rankin, Valetta Seller,
Founded: National: December 4, 1906
uslvi Chapter: November 26, 1982 dm Q,
Colors: Black and Old Gold .
Flower: Yellow Rose
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Awards: IFC Community Service Award, State Basketball Champions Q7 '
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Theme Parties: Spinx Alive Stepshow, Miss Black and Gold Contest,
Contest Alpha Phi Alpha Sweetheart Ball
Alpha Phi Alpha Week, Talent Show, Fashion Show, Battle of the DJs
Alpha Phi Alpha 89
Joel -'xndrevt s. Billy Argus. Chris Ben-
nett. Michael Bourne, Robert Brock.
NN estley Cameron. Kevin Carlisle, Wil-
liam Causey, Richard Cloud
Philip Connell. David Cotton. Chad
Curtis. Anthony Darling, Timothy
Dixon. Billy Dodd. Jeffery Granja,
Robert Groeneveld, Shayne Haaga.
Paul Harrison. Douglas Hart. Erick
Hueck, Edward Joseph. Jay Kerrick.
Donald. Timothy McFarland
John McGee, John McNally, Don
Middleton, Dan Mitchell, William
Moody. John Mulhearn, Robert Nix,
Kelvin Nunn. Steven O'Malley
Michael Owens. Kent Pawlak, Rennie
Perez. Hank Philips, Paul Pryor, Shan-
non Rigby. Chris Smith, Kenny
Smith. Joseph Stearns
Mark Taylor, Ricky Thomas, Marc
Walling. Schulier Zilla, Michele Black-
well. Mary Curtis, Susan Quarles,
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Founded: National September 11, 1865
USM Chapter November 19, 1949
Colors: Azure and Gold
Flower: White Tea Rose
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Olympics, Heart Association, Y.M.C.A. Biathlon
Awards: True Merit Award, Aubrey K. Lucas Award, Campus Community
Service Award, Most Improved Chapter Award
Theme Parties: Crawfish Festival-Fund raiser to raise money for other
organizations, Viking Party-Annual party in Viking dress.
Alpha Tau Omega 91
John Alliston, Michael Arledge, Billy
Atkins, Benjamin Bell, Joe Brown,
Shawn Bullard, Jay Burnell, Chris
Calhoun, Chris Canard
Santos Cheleas, Brad Cundiff, Kirk
Curas, Joel Dukes, Barry Fisher,
Timothy Haller, Randy Hammond,
Scott Harbison, Scott Harvey
Thomas Harvey, Kasey Howard,
John Kendrick, Morris Keyseeor,
Todd Laiche, Vince Lanoue, John Le-
fevre, E.J. Nodurft, Randall Phillips
Bill Powers, Timothy Roarty, Stephen
Richards, Jay Ryan, James Shep-
perd, Scott Smiley, Michael R.
Thompson, Michael S. Thompson,
92 Delta Tau Delta
Founded National 1858
USM Chapter: October 1984
Colors Purple White, and Gold
Ph1lanthrop1esfCommunity Service: Yard clean ups for the elderly, The Coach Turk Roast for Cystic
Award First Place Homecoming Theme
Theme Parties Founder's Day, Delt's St. Valentine Day Massacre, Mississippi Delta Party, Rainbow
Party post games parties
Delta Tau Delta 93
Greg Abadie. Shaun Adams, Mark At-
teberry, Mike Bass, Jeff Belk, Klark
Bowen, Marc Burgess, Tim Case,
Dan Doherty, Doug Doherty, Jay
English, Brian Gafford, Lyle Gou-
deau. Tom Harlan, Alan Newton,
Tom Howie, Alan Jackson
Mark James, Chris Johnson, Robbie
Johnson, Chad Jordan, Charles Jor-
dan, Andrew Laquet, Scott Long,
Venn Mathis, Chuck Maxie
John McCain, Tom McKay, Marc
McPhail, Chip Merrifield, Scott
Murry, Loren Muse, Joey Newell,
Chip Newman, Mark Pace
Leon Petite, Henry Prince, Leo Ridge,
Brian Schoell, Pat Skrmetti, Scott
Sledge, Bruce Smith, Greg Stanton,
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John Straub, Scott Stromeyer, Morris
Swarts, Charles Thomas, Robert
Thomas, Eddie Tibbets, Carl Tie-
green, Stephen Turberville, Robert
Paul Walley, Danny Walker, Chris
Wheeler, Harry White, Dino Vecchio,
Russ Yackey, Mimi Behl, Angie Bene-
field, Nancy Jo Buntyn
Erin Chapman, Shannon Daughdrill,
Lynne Johnson, Julie Manning, Bon-
nie McCoy, Tanza Nations, Karen Ni-
chols, Jan Rich, Sherry Rollins
Maria Straub, Lisa Terrell, Samantha
Tewes, Sandy Vecchio, Carol Weath-
94 Kappa Alpha
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USM Chapter January 9, 1949
Colors: Crimson and Old Gold
Flower: Crimson Rose
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Muscular Dystrophy
Awards: Most Improved Chapter, Best Monthly Publication
Theme Parties: Old South, Halloween Masqerade, Christmas Party
Valentine Party, Super Bowl Party
Kappa Alpha 95
Jeffery Bolden, Derrick Bur-
ton, E. Easy, Bennie Feagin,
Ervin Harville, Freddie
Jones, Warren Miller, An-
drew Moore, Darrell Smith
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USM Chapterg Summer 1976
Color: Crimson and Cream
Flower: Red Carnation
Theme Parties: "Kappa Klassic", Kappa Week '87
Kappa Alpha Psi 97
Bruce Adams. Derek Adams. Pat Ad-
ams. Ronnie Adcock. Chris Amend.
Ricky Anglada. Gary Bass. Steve Bro-
dus. Brett Broghammer
Eric Brown. Jay Carter, Jim Criss.
Brian Cronk, Joseph Davenport. Don-
ald Dollar. Jim Estes, John Fox, Mike
Donny Geil, Johnny Gray. Andrew
Hassard. Ron Gaston. Chris Guern-
sey, Jay Harrington, Ed Hatten, Char-
lie Henderson, Shannon Hendry
Joe Holland, Paul Holloway, Keith
Hunt, Kyle Keene, Larry Kennon,
Samuel Kimbrell. Alan Knight, Mark
Lang, Andrew Langenbach
Robert Leard, Fred Little, Mike
Mader, Phillip Mangrum, Joe Mardis,
Harold McDonald, Kevin McKaskey,
Dennis McKinnon, Mark Moody
Chase Moses, Gavin Murrell, Jeff Pat-
rick, Mark Peno, Mike Phillips, Ste-
ven Phillips, Marty Pigott, Todd Pi-
gott. Douglas Powell
David Ricketson, David Saulters, Jeffe
Saulters, Lyle Schween, Eddie Sea-
graves. Blair Shelburne, Bobby
Smith, Derryle Smith, Freddy Smith
Jeff Speed, Mark Stevens, Scott
Stone. John Stuart, Monty Tedder,
David Thames, Malcolm Torres,
Steve Llsry, John Vinzant
Ray Walley, Keith Ward, Walter War-
ren, Todd Watts, Gates Weaver, Jay
Wendland. Brian White, Mike White.
Tara Aust. Dena OBannon
98 Kappa Sigma
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Founded: National in 1869
USM Chapter December of 1948
Colors: Scarlet, white, and emerald green
Flower: Lily of the Valley
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Special Olympics, United Way, and the Campus Blood Drive
Awards: One of the Top Ten Chapters in 1986, National Scholarship Award
Theme Parties: Founder's Day Formal, Starduster Ball, Kritter Hunt, Kappa Sigma Party-the annual four-day South
Sea Island seafood extravaganza
Kappa Sigma 99
Kent Alcorn, Randal Amason, Derek
Bass, Christopher Bethea, Clinton
Blake lll, Jim Blake, Alan Blue, David
Blue. Timothy Breedlove
Billy Brewer, Richy Brewer, Theodore
Burke, Craig Burley, Chad Carry,
Brooks Carney, Chris Clark, Eugene
Clark, Connor Charles
Lance Cooper, Jeff Crowninshield,
Lew Culley, James Dickerson, Mi-
chael Digiacome, John Di-Stefano,
Erin Douglas, Keith Evans, Geoff
Jay Fairley, Paul Farmer, Timothy
Farris, Danny Feemster, Daniel Forte,
Vincent Forte, Ted Fortenberry, Jo-
seph Foster, Stan Gartman
Mark Glover, Scotty Greer, Jon Har-
ris, Perry Hall, Steve Hanneke,
Charles Hews, Jeff Hill, Dub Johnson,
Chet Knippers, Tim LaFramboise,
Creg Leggett, David Little, Greg Lu'
cia, Scott Manning, Bill Massey,
James McCrony, Scott McCrony
Harry Mullen, Harold Netto, English
Noe, Steve Novak, David O'Neal,
Rick Raborn, Philip Patureau, Bill
Paul, Timmothy Poole Jr.
Scott Powell, John Ransom, Stacy
Rauls, Butch Sanders, James Schlott-
man, Marvin Smith, Larry Smith, Ste-
ven Stafford, Keith Stephens
Robert Stephens, Clint Taylor, Terry
Thornton, Scot Townsend, Raymond
Van Norman, Elliot Voivedich, Kerry
Ward, Darron White, Torie Coumanis
Chelye Prichard, Keturah Williams
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Founded: National March 17, 1908
USM Chapter October 15, 1948
Colors: Old Gold and Harvard Red
Flower: Red Carnation
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Heart Fund, Jail Bail, Cancer Society, Childrens Heart Fund
Awards: Maxwell Award for Most Outstanding Chapter in the Nation, Overall Campus and l.F.C. Intramural Champi-
ons, Administrative Excellence Award
Theme Parties: Lost Weekend-Tropical Party, Red Carnation Formal-honoring little sisters
Phi Kappa Tau 101
Joe Adams, Ripp Anderson, Miles
Barton. Richard Berryhill, Doug Bolt.
Karl Bolt, Zachary Brazil, Davis
Broadwater, Darrin Broussard
Eric Brown, Charles Byram, Stacy
Cameron, Mark Courtney, Francis
Coulters, Dwain Cox, Rodger Craney,
William Cummins, Cory Curtis
Michael Ditto, Robert Dorrill, Chip Ed-
wards, Gary Farlow, Stephen Fraser,
Rusty Fuller, Chris Gissendanner,
Tom Grant, Heath Hamm
Rusty Hammon, Richard Hitt, Paul
Hudson, Mark Huff, John Hughes, Da-
vid Hurt, John Jackson, Michael Ja-
nus, Michael Jones
Mickey Jones, Alan Kennedy, Pat
Kindred, Jeff King, Robbie Krause,
Samuel Laird, Shawn Leland, Greg
Levy, Jerry Lightsey
Scott Linn, Robbie Marts, Steven
Metzdorf, John Nelson, George Open-
shaw, Hector Palacios, Chris Petro,
Ed Petro, Ed Pinero
Tom Purser, Kevin Raby, Lee Ready,
James Richards, Steve Riley, Deron
Risinger, Wilson Risinger, Jimmy
Roberts, Benjie Sanders
Gary Sessums, Edwin Shelby, Greg
Smilek, Jimmy Smith, Shawn Smith,
Shelby Smith, Stan Smith, John Son-
nier, Steven Stone
Bo Stuart, Mitch Switters, Hugh
Thomas, Hank Thompson, Dean
Thomson, Jay Tompson, Richard
Townsend, Dale Vines, Gerald War-
Greg Watson, Andy Wichert, Mark
Wilson, Keith Yates, Stanley Brook-
ing, Mike Giles, Kenneth McCarty,
Tommy Palmertree, Mom Pullen
Becky Britt, Debbie Ciano, Lisa Col-
lins, Leisa Doggette, Gina Forten'
berry, Kym Housley, Pamela lngram,
Julie Johnson, Cindi Jones
Paula Mathis, Melinda McCarty,
Mr ia O'Bannon, Kecia Pace, Dee
Dee Patterson, Anita Phillips, Pam
Puckett, Jeanene Purser, Jennifer
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Founded: National: March 1, 1868
USM Chapter, December 10, 1949
Colors: Garnet and Old Gold
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Philanthropies f Community Service: Raised money for Jason Byrd, Spe-
cial Olympics, and Ellisville State School
Awards: Lori Hasson-1986 Pi Kappa Alpha National Dreamgirl, Pike
Calendar placed in the top ten in the national calendar competition
Theme Parties: Pikefest, Florida Party fPike Beach Club, Dreamgirl For-
mal, Ocean Pacific Bikini Contest, Homecoming Champagne Break-
fast, Halloween Party and Christmas Date Party
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Gary Adams, Chuck Armbruster,
Trey Autrey, David Baker, Benjie Bar-
ham, Tim Beaver, Chuck Best, Judge
Blout, Ethan Bond
Rob Brackett, Ned Brown, Todd Bu-
chanan, Stan Buckley, Greg Cal-
lender, David Cauthen, Steven
Champney, Keith Combest, Michael
Mel Coxwell, Brian Craft, David Cue-
vas, Ray Daniels, Chuck Davis, Don
Diboll, Chuck Donlin, Jeff Drum-
monds, Jim Farmer
Mike Farmer, Bobby Finke, Gene
Fitts, Chip Foreman, Shane Foreman,
Mike Foy, Julius Franzen, Tater Free-
man, John Gargiulo
Robert Garner, Jay Ginn, Mike Gordy,
Cal Gray, Charlie Guest, Al Hall, Kelly
Harrington, Bubba Hathorn, Mark
Glen Hogan, Derrick Holder, Nick
Hubbard, Chad Huber, Joey Jarrell,
Rick Jensen, Billy Kemp, Jamie Kim-
brell, Joey Lenoir
Joey Lyon, Ted Maisch, Kyle Man-
ton, Ryan Marsh, Bob Marshall, Mike
Martin, Gayden McAlpin, Eddie
McClain, John McClendon
Dan McCormick, Jack McHenry, Jer-
ry McWilliams, Mike Nunnery, Steve
Pace, Jamie Peoples, Jay Peoples,
Bob Posey, Glynn Robinson
Ronnie Runnels, Kurt Russ, Mark
Russell, Rodney Russell, Adrian San-
del, Morgan Shands, Mark Simrall,
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Founded: National: March 9, 1856
USM Chapter: December 1, 1965
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Muscular Dystrophy Bowl, Haunted forest for the Hattiesburg Recreational
Department, and Easter egg hunts for the child care center.
Awards: Winner of the beauty category in the Homecoming display competition, repeatedly recognized as one of the
best chapters in the nation.
Theme parties: Post-game parties, swaps, receptions, date parties, a champagne breakfast, a Christmas party,
Hawaiian Tropic suntan contest, pre-cram jam, and Paddy Murphy.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 105
Sammy Abbey. Scott Anderson,
Steve Ates. Mattew Avara, Shane
Ballow, Jeff Barrett, Tim Bellipanni
Cary Blaes, Greg Bradley
Michael Brechtel, Andy Brucks, Da-
vid Bush, Billy Carter, Vance Coch-
ran, Craig Coleman, Ken Cooper, Tim
Cooper, Damon Cox
Tony Creel, Danny Dillistone, Tom-
my Dorsey, Dan Drane, Jack Duggan,
Jim Ford, Brian Fugler, Scott Gettys,
Wyatt Gordon, Kelly Greer, Jason
Green, Richard Haarala, Jeff Hall, Bil-
ly Hankins, Kevin Heltz, Mike Hill-
man, Kevin Hosner
Derrick House, Stephen Ice, Rex
Jenks, Sammy Kay, Jamie Kervin,
Jim King, Jay Ladner, Scott Leslie,
Chip Loftin, Chip Long, Mark Lucas,
Rick Lutz, Graham McCarty, Morgan
McCarty, Sean McGee, Ryan McGuf-
fee, Elmer Mclnnis
Robert McKlemurry, Mike McMullan,
John Milbrooks, Todd Mixon, Win-
ston Mullins, Chris Murray, Johnny
Myatt, Jay Neal, Daniel O'Beirne
Todd Peavey, John Allen Phillips,
Steve Phillips, Bob Pierce, Greg
Pierce, Mike Riley, David Rimes, Mur-
ray Sanderford, Hugh Sanders
Karl Schroeder, Billy Smith, Mat
Smith, Joe Stevens, Marty Stubble-
field, Blake Thomas, Jon Thornton,
Richard Torjusen, Hank Torjusen
Philip Trail, Mike Upton, Chip Villur-
rubia, Beck Warren, Stephen Wertz,
Bobby Wiley, David Williams, Russ
Willis, Jennifer Caveny
Andrea Conerly, Amy Day, Lori Dear,
Michelle Elliot, Patti Guercio, Debora
Henderson, Treva Lowery, Sherri
McMullan, Kerri Mordica
Laurie Mullis, Paula Patton, Michelle
Poirier, Syrie Rath, Rhonda Richard,
Missy Smith, Missy Tims, Missy War'
ren, Dawn Windham
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Colors Blue and Old Gold
Flower White Rose
Phllanthroples Derby Day for United Way Wallace Village, Special Olympics, USM Foundation
Awards Peterson Significant Chapter Public Relations Award, Legion of Honor, Aubrey K. Lucas Scholarship Award,
Homecoming Display Award Intramural Champs 21 Sorority Big Brothers
Theme Parties Founder s Day Party Yacht Club Derby Day, Brother's Day Party, Christmas Party, Sweetheart Ball,
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Michael Arnold, David Baldovin,
Keith Blalock, Sean Casey, Ken Cash,
Brain Colblentz, William Dorr, James
Drago. James Dudley
Taupule losia, Matthew Johnson, Wil-
liam Johnston, Hugh Jones, Ray
Kent, Thomas Leffingwell, Bruce
Lindsay, Kevin Lofton, Dana Martin
Victor Mellon, Gary Moore, Robert
Palmer, Thomas Panko, John Rac-
ciatti, Warren Seymour, Stephen
Songe, David Swanzy, Steven Van-
John Willianson, Jack Wolf, Patrick
Barrett, Garland Bradley, Steven
Favre, Jeffrey Kinsella, Kevin Kiser,
Steve Lofton, Ronald McDowell
Michael Poole, Bradley Price, Glenn
Smith, Joseph, Mike Stephan, Jef-
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The Knights of Theta Gamma 164 would like to extend our most heartwarming apologies for any inconvenience
that their lack of appearance in this year's yearbook might cause. The men of Sigma Nu are very active in intramurals
and participate in every major social event tall of this done when studying and class schedules allowl. Not only have
we dedicated our existance to the improvement of our own lives, but we now have undertaken a goal, a cinderella sto-
ry, a quest to discover our true meaning and sense of worth.
The Knights of Sigma Nu were informed of the severe economic depression in the village of South Bangkok. So we
packed our money and our possessions and headed out for the Holy Land.
Once again, the Knights would like to apologize to the student body fwhoever she is?J and the faculty of USM. But
we feel that the mission is both needed and extremely important in the development of our inner spirit. We hope you
will find compassion in your hearts and support us in our efforts.
Any one wishing to join us in our mission of caring and love, please contact or come by the Sigma Nu House.
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SIGMA PHI EPSILCDN QSIG EPD
Skeeter Aubin, Rob Berry, Michael
Bourgeois, Denis Boushie, Christo-
pher Cochran, Jodie Corey, Wayne
Edward Cross, Tim Davidson, Barry
Dill, Roger Doody, Gregory Fairey,
Gregory Farris, Jeffrey Fry, Robbie
Steen Hambric, David Hansen, Greg
Harrelson, Wayne Holden, James ln-
gram, Matt Johnson, Van Jones, Matt
Ray Lauga, Darin Lechner, Timothy
McGuire, James Madison, Mark
Nolta, Eddie Perry, Patrick Potter,
John Richart, Paul Shelly, Terry
Thomas, Anthony Warrington, Craig
Westerfield, Joy Samrow, Jennifer
Alvis, Dee Dougherty
Beth Goodman, Diana Goretski, Pa-
mela Granuzzo, Sharon Jones, Carrie
Sherer, Stephanie Stephens, Beckie
Stock, Susan Walp
Darlene Williams, Renee Williams
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Founded: National November 1, 1901
USM Chapter May 16, 1953
Colors: Red and Purple
Flower: Red Rose and Purple Violets
A PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Haunted House for the United Way, Ellisville State School Christmas Party,
Sigma Phi Epsilon Camp Fund, Fund Raiser for the Red Cross and Mississippi Blood Services.
Awards: Alcohol Awareness Award, USM IFC Blood Drive Award.
Theme Parties: Ball Masque-Mardi Gras Party, Red Rose Formal, Pirate Party, and Casino Night.
Sigma Phi Epsilon 111
TAU KAPPA EPSILCDN CTEKED
Balboa Peaches, Big Billybob
Brewbaker, Richard Cranium, Steven
Crower. Eguana P. Droppings, Moose
Droppings, T.K.E. Droppings, R.A.T.
Stork Droppings, T.K. Eguana, T.K.
Embassle, Tim Gatlin, William Hop'
kins. Sam Jones, John McDonald,
Tony McCraney, Robert McWilliams,
Kelly Michael, Alan Moses, Jim Ma-
sium, Paul Nelson, Russell Nelson,
Jeffery Phieffer, Q-Dawg
G.l. "Que", Gene Quintois, Ronald
Shiver, William Slayton, Danny Boy
Starling, Daniel Starling Ill, Thomas
Ward, Douglas Walden, Chuck W.
Glenda Baker, Kelly Crawtory, Chan-
tal Famularo, Beth Koschar, Ashley
Smith, Tracey Sweeney, Sleazey Rid-
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Founded: National January 10, 1899
USM Chapter January 11, 1986
Colors: Cherry and Grey
Flower: Red Carnation
PhilanthropiesfCommunity Service: Jerry's Kids
Awards: 1st Place United Way Week
Theme Parties: Swaps
Tau Kappa Epsilon 113
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tion, one may start by saying there are over 100 girls
who strive for perfection by giving up countless hours
to practice skits and songs and to work on costumes
and props. These skits are performed for girls who are
interested in joining a sorority. And all of this takes
place during what is known as Rush Week.
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All of this hard work is done for one very important
objective - to find new friends who will be called sisters.
During that one week, hundreds of girls go to parties,
talk with sorority members, and watch skits that are
designed to show rushees what sororities are all about.
Once the sororities find these new sisters, you can hear
sighs of relief and see tears of joy for their once again
Sorority Rush 117
James Burke Margaret Avery Helen Suzman, M.P.
"Science, Technology, and Change"
James Burke has been a writer and pro-
ducer for the BBC and has also hosted his
series "Connections," which garnered one
of the largest audiences ever for a docu-
mentary series. Burke has a new series on
PBS called "The Day the Universe
Burke opened his presentation with his
assertion that when studying science and
technology there is a "lot of manure to pick
through." Burke went on to add that sci-
ence uses models to explain their theories.
Burke stated that frequently scientists try
to make the world fit their theory instead of
the other way around. No model or theory is
absolute, according to Burke, which opens
the door to a great many changes. Models
are simply regarded as correct until some-
thing better comes along.
However, change is not always welcome,
according to Burke, as it involves giving up
what is known and people in general would
rather fight than switch, says Burke, and it
is a wonder innovation ever occurs at all.
Burke closed his evening comments by
stating that we manufacture knowledge as
knowledge is just version.
"An evening with Margaret Avery"
Avery, who also appeared in Which Way
is Llp?, The Fish that Saved Pittsburg, and
Magnum Force, was nominated for an
Academy Award for her portrayal of Shug
Avery in The Color Purple.
Avery recounted her childhood as the
daughter of a poor Navy man, and was fre-
quently a victim of racist and prejudiced
people in school and elsewhere.
Racisim seemed to follow Avery, initially
cheating her out of a scholarship and then
ruining her Homecoming Queen picture in
her college annual. Avery became a teacher
to support herself but still yearned to be an
Although there were very few jobs for
black actresses, Avery found work in com-
mercials. Eventually, Avery quickly ran
out of work and became depressed. Avery
advised, if you see a bum. . .don't bejudge-
mental. They're just people who couldn't
cope. Avery turned to singing to earn mon-
ey and moved abroad. She returned and
heard about The Color Purple. She received
her role as Shug after it was turned down by
Tina Turner. Avery said, "Thank you God
and thank you Tina!"
Avery closed her remarks with a dramat-
ic poetry presentation and the restatement
of her belief that one should believe in your-
self and go for what you want in life.
"Will South Africa Survive?"
Suzman is a member of the Anti-Partheid
Progressive Party in South Africa, and
voiced her opposition to the oppressive
apartheid government. Suzman was also a
nominee for a Nobel Peace Prize for four
years in a row.
Suzman statedxthat her topic for the
evening's commentary might better be enti-
tled "What sort of South Africa will survive
in a post-apartheid society?" Suzman said
that she was against Llnited States sanc-
tions against South Africa as she felt it
would do more harm than good. Suzman
added that because she was not in favor of
sanctions should not imply that she is pro-
apartheid or racist. Suzman believes that
apartheid dismantlement best be done by
incremental changes, not a simplistic trans-
fer of power. A
Suzman believes that the answer lies in
instant solutions or sanction but in econom-
ic expansion, recognition or black trade un-
ions, and inclusion of black political organi-
zations. Suzman said that it is not locusts,
the price of oil, communists, or daought
that has impaired South Africa, but apart-
v Fall Lecture Series
"Response to Revolution: Central
America and the Phillipines"
Ray Bonner is a free lance journalist
whose study and coverage of the Phillipines
has led to the publishing of a book. Bonner
said his book will be an indepth study of the
Marcos regeime that will go "beyond the
Bonner opened his presentation with his
assertion that the Llnited States govern-
ment "still hasn't learned to deal with revo-
lutions in other parts of the world." To un-
derstand the causes of the revolution,
Bonner Questioned the Llnited States' right
to interfere in the domestic disturbances of
another country and said, "What right do
we have to overturn another country's gov-
ernment?" However, Bonner pointed out
the argument he poses does not include the
Ll.S.'s right to protect itself and it's borders.
Bonner uses the example of the Philli-
pines as a prime case study of the Llnited
States' tendency to stay cozy with dicta-
tors. Bonner explained that the Ll.S. wit-
nessed the Umugging of democracy" in the
Phillipines by setting up a democracy only
to watch it fall.
"Traditions of the New"
Susan Sontag, novelist, short-story writ-
er, critic, cultural essayist, and film direc-
tor, spoke on her theories of the modern:
what it means, and where that meaning
Sontag also approached the subject of
nature and doing what Ls natural. Sontag
stated, "lf nature is, it doesn't need our sup-
port." Sontag finally concluded that "the
modern" is characterized by self-conscious-
ness about the time in which we live.
Sontag also spoke on her ideas concern-
ing the references to a time period by dec-
ades Ce.g. the 60'sl. Sontag asserted that
the process of naming a decade is relatively
a new idea. "Nobody 50 years ago did
that," Sontag commented. The 60's
seemed to be the first decade that ever
spoke of time in the form of decades. ln the
60's it became popular to talk about the
50's, Sontag said. Sontag also discussed
the fact that the 20th Century has been
referred to as modern thence, 20th Century
Foxy. Sontag blames this reference to one's
own time and awareness of the style of
one's own time on the influence of televi-
sion which Sontag called "the single worst
thing in the world."
"Love, Vodka, Laughter, Tears: A
Look at Soviet Life Llnder the Sur-
George Feifer presented an afternoon of
open-house Soviet television and then
spoke on what he felt is a great number of
misconceptions held by the Soviets and
Americans about one another.
Feifer said that the Russian people yearn
desperately for peace and are very warm
friendly people. Feifer said that Americans
view the Russians as dull, drab, and humor-
less due to fear and lack of understanding.
The Russians feel very much picked on and
are saddened over the failure of Socialism.
Feifer pointed out that Russians really had
two lives, a serious outer personality which
is cold and used for businessg and a warm,
kind, witty personality as they are at home
away from governmental regulation.
Feifer said that there is a huge amount of
propaganda spread about the USSR, Ameri-
cans believe the worst because it's nice to
think that the enemy is rotten.
Feifer closed his remarks by stating that
once you get past the outer, hard, cold shell
of a Russian's personality, the people are
friendly, and compassionate and kind.
Jr. Panhellenic Talent Show
l2O Jr. Panhellenic Talent Show
One of the major projects sponsored by the Jr. Panhel-
lenic Council is their annual talent show. Students are
encouraged to participate each year in a friendly but
competitive contest. The winners for 1987 were Tricia
Purser and Kris Gaines who stole the show with a dance
The proceeds from the talent show were placed in the
Junior Panhellenic Scholarship Fund.
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Suzanne Lumpkin, a senior from Picayune was crowned
Miss Panhellenic on March 23. Miss Lumpkin who is a member
of the Chi Omega Sorority took 1st place in the essay and
activity sheet categories.
The contestants were judged in 5 areas-talent, evening
gown, interview, essay, and activity sheets. These categories
were selected to choose someone who has made a tremen-
dous contribution not only to her sorority but to USM.
Alternates were Patricia Hammett of Delta Delta Delta, ist
alternate and Becki Barcellona of Delta Zeta, 2nd alternate and
winner of the interview competition. Other contestants were
Debbie Speiss, Julie McDonald, and Ellen Ferrell.
Entertainment was provided by contestant director Hank
Phillips, Michelle Hale, and Anita Phillips, Miss Panhellenic
The contest was sponsored by the ATO fraternity to raise
money for charitable organizations.
Miss Panhellenic 1987 121
BILLY OCEAN S
The combination of rock n' roll and Caribbean sounds
delighted a crowd of over 4000 people as Billy Ocean
performed his hit songs in July. Ocean performed many
of his past hits as well as his latest top 10 hit, "There'll Be
The crowd greeted Ocean with wild applause and
showed their enthusiasm by singing the chorus for
Ocean's song, "When the Going Gets Tough," his hit
theme from the movie "Jewel of the Nile." The highest
point of excitement was as Ocean sang his first hit single,
"Caribbean Queen." Following a wardrobe change, the
crowd was treated to an impressive light show as Ocean
performed his hit "l.overboy."
Opening for Billy Ocean was Me'lisa Morgan. Her up-
beat songs generated almost as much excitement as the
star act. At the close of her set she received a standing
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Hank Williams, Jr.
On February 28, 1987 at the Reed Green
Coliseum, Hank Williams, Jr. backed by the
Bama Band with the opening act Earl Thom-
as Conley performed in a country music
spectacular. The audience largely consisted
of country music fans from around the state,
many who are emphatic followers of "Boce-
phus" fnickname for Hank Williams, Jr.J
Conley popularly known to his followers
as ETC performed his big mellow hits like "l
Can't Win For Losing You", "Too Many
Times" and "lf Leaving You Was Easy."
Most of Etc's performance featured love bal-
lads that had the audience lighting cigarette
lighters and matches.
Bocephus opened his great performance
with his current hit "My Name ls Bocephus"
which set the audience in a downright honky-
tonk mood. A big surprise was Hank's cover
version of the Georgia Satellites big hit
"Keep Your Hands To Yourself" which had
tremendous crowd response. Hank's 1987
performance differed from his 1985 visit to
USM in that he was less rowdy and per-
formed more ballads like "l Hate."
124 Hank Williams, Jr.
One of the most hectic weeks of school is always the week
before Homecoming. All around campus students are working
endless hours during the day and night to complete their Home-
coming floats. Of course, along with building frames, stuffing
chicken wire, and spray painting the backdrops of toilet paper
with bright, vivid colors, these enthusiastic students give up their
warm, cozy beds to guard their floats throughout the night.
Traffic becomes jammed as people stop to look at floats and
to talk to friends who are working diligently. The sounds from
various stereo systems and jam boxes echo throughout the cam-
pus 24 hours a day for this week. As any passer-by can see,
competition is definitely in the air.
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The Homecoming float competi-
tion was centered around the theme
"USM and Diamonds are Forever."
Taking first place in this competition
was South Area, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Kappa Delta, and the Newman
Center for Beauty, Central Area, Sig-
ma Chi, Phi Mu, and ACM for Origi-
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As Sharon Bentz, Miss Southern 1986, proceeded down the
runway on her final walk, the audience and contestants waited
anxiously to see who would be the next young lady to wear the
crown. Being a preliminary for the Miss America Pageant, the
participants were judged in swimsuit, evening gown, and tal-
ent competitions. Each contestant also had a personal inter-
view with the judges earlier on the day of the pageant.
Mitzi Swanson, a junior from Houlka, was chosen Miss
Southern 1987 by a panel of five judges. Being a home eco-
nomics education major, Mitzi placed first in the talent compe-
Alternates for 1987 were Melinda Rayner of Ellisville, first
alternate, Tricia Purser of Picayune, second alternate and also
winner of the swimsuit competition, Monique Brooks of Co-
lumbus, third alternateg and Suzanne Lumpkin of Picayune,
fourth alternate. Other winners were Stacey Graves who re-
ceived the Director's Award and Elizabeth Edwards who was
chosen Miss Congeniality.
The theme for the Miss Southern Pageant, which was spon-
sored by the Associated Student Body and hosted by the
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ladies of Delta Gamma, was "Celebrate USM." Cindy Brown, a
senior from Jackson, was the executive director for the event.
Entertainment chosen for the pageant was provided by the
master of ceremonies, Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom, Sharon Bentz,
and Southern Exposure. Live music was provided by Raoul
Jerome and the USM Jazz Lab Band.
Other contestants in the pageant were Sabrina Herring,
Deanna Miles, and Lisa Shackelford.
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The 1986 Greek Goddess is Paula Gates. She is a
graduate student with a major in Hotel and Restaurant
Administration and a minor in Management. Paula is from
Wiggins, Mississippi and is active in Pi Beta Phi sorority.
She has served as Pi Phi Social Committee Chairman and
was selected Athlete of the year by her sorority. Paula has
represented Pi Phi on campus by being involved in the
Society for Advancement of Management and the IFSEA-
Chuck Maxie, a junior from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, was
named Greek God. He is majoring in Banking and Finance
with a minor in Economics. He said that after graduation he
would like to pursue a job as either a stockbroker or an
investment broker and possibly own a gym. Chuck is an
active member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
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nities and sororities are randomly
paired, and the teams compete in the
week's activities which end Saturday at
Greek Games. Jersey days, marathon
run, a parade, tug-of-war, and the selec-
tion of Greek God and Goddess are
among the many activities that take
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year when the Pi PhifKappa Alpha
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USM's Department of Theater and Dance opened it's fall
season with the production of "Ladies of the Alamo" on
October 14. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Paul
Zindel, "Ladies of the Alamo" centered around five women
involved in a power struggle for control of a theater in
The theater's director, who had a record of bad manage-
ment, found herself on the verge of being-ousted by the
president of the board and replaced by the president's friend
who is a lesbian. However, she overcame the takeover at-
tempt with help from a lustful, alcoholic friend, and found
herself in control once more. The setting for the play was an
elegant reception room of the New Alamo Theater, which
was celebrating its first anniversary in that building after
previously operating from a converted church. USM stu-
dents Lynne Hatcher as Dede, Lalhlell Lucius as Suits, Cindy
McCool as Joanne, Cynthia Raybourn as Shirley and Lulu Ward as Bella made up the cast R B Hill assistant
professor of theatre, served as director of the production.
"Ladies of the Alamo" was the first of two productions that the Department of Dance and Theater put on during the
fall semester at the CLF. Hartwig Southern Arena Theater on the USM campus.
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"All My Sons"
Have you ever told a lie, and to cover it up you had to
tell another and another, until your whole life became one
big lie and you could hardly even distinguish the truth?
That is what happens to the Keller family in one of the
classics of the American stage. Arthur Miller's All My
Sons. The Kellers are the typical American dream family
in all except one very important way, their dream is based
on lies and they are forced to wake up to the bitter
nightmare, for years subdued, which is now erupting
around them. The foundation for their whole existence is
based on a lie which simultaneously holds them together
in the beginning and rips them savagely apart in the end.
The plot revolves around Joe Keller who years before
had sold defective airplane parts to the army during the
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war. He framed the crime, which caused the death of 21
pilots, on his partner, and in the end committed suicide to
escape from an uncertain future that he would be forced
to face truthfully.
LlSM's Department of Theatre and Dance brought its
version of this intense drama to Hartwig Arena Theater
February 24-March 1. And under the direction of the-
atre department chairman Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom, the
cast and crew of this production were justified to smile as
they captured the very depth of the deepest human emo-
tions and by doing so added their own new dimension to
Miller's didactic mid-century classic.
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On April 7-12 the USM department
of theater and dance's presented
"Deathtrap," a comedy-thriller by lra
Levin. ln conjunction with the Union
Board, "Deathtrap" was performed
in Hartwig Arena Theater.
From highbacked velvet couches to bur-
gundy colored leather chairs and stained
glass-and oriental rug on the floor-play-
wright Sidney Bruhl's Connecticut study
would live up to the expectations of even
the most discerning antique collector.
With swords and daggers adorning the
walls, the two-act thriller unfolds pleasingly
suspenseful and surprising plots and sub-
plots, revolving around an aging playwright
longing desperately, and often comically
for the lost success of his youth-a desire
so intense that he kills for it and dies for it.
ln his portrayal of Sidney Bruhl, David
Moore is credible when his character is seri-
ous, rightly contriving in his manipulation
of circumstances, and sinister when sinis-
ter is called for. Turning in a good perfor-
mance, especially in scenes opposite his
junior partner, Moore might possibly have
been still a bit more deranged in his sinister
As Myra Bruhl, the playwright's wealthy,
gullible wife, Patricia Hammett makes the
most of her part, being especially strong in
the scene where she and Sidney rolled Brad
Mooy, supposedly dead, up in the oriental
rug. A character of reaction instead of ac-
tion, Hammett's reactions are right on tar-
Reincarnated from the "vegetable
patch," Brad Mooy as novice playwright
Clifford Anderson, Bruhl's protege and
lover fyes loverl, had probably the stron-
gest characterization in the show. He per-
formed with seming ease the foremost task
of the actor-convincing the audience that
his performance was real.
Adding the comic relief, theater veteran
Tonda-Leah Fields is hilariously delightful,
and Daryl Harris, in striking costume,
rounds out the cast. Lighting and music are
superior, director George Crook and all in-
volved are to be commended for, once
again a superb effort.
Delta Gamma Anchorsplash
On April 1 the 15th annual Delta Gamma Anchorsplash was held. lt is held yearly to raise money for sight
conservation, aid to the blind, and loans and grants.
Activities that make up Anchorsplash are Miss Eyes contest, Mr. Anchorsplash contest, t-shirts, and a night of
swimming competition. The swimming is a variety of serious and just-for-fun events in which campus groups
First place winners for 1987 were Chi Omega and Delta Tau Delta, and second place winners were Pi Beta Phi and
Alpha Tau Omega. Other awards received were Mr. Anchorsplash-Tim Davidson and Miss Eyes-Cindy Simpson.
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Sigma Chi Derby Day
The second annual Derby Day was held
March 17-21. The competition consists of
many areas in which the nine sororities were
judged-spirit, fund raising, A Chorus Line,
Derby Chase, Derby Darling and Derby Games.
The overall winners for 1987 were Kappa
Delta, first place, Delta Delta Delta, second
place, and Chi Omega, third place. Chorus Line
winners were Chi Omega, first place, Phi Mu,
second place, and Kappa Delta, third place.
Winners of the games were Delta Delta Delta,
first place, Kappa Delta, second place, and Phi
Mu, third place. Derby Darling for 1987 was
Kim Pope fTri-Deltaj and alternates were Kay
Eckert CKDJ and Sharon Crook QDGJ.
Rick Lutz, Jim Lynch, Sean Magee and Mor-
gan McCarty represented Sigma Chi as Derby Daddles
The proceeds from this year's competition went to the Diabetes Foundation
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USM held its first Wrestling Extravaganza. lt featured
seven matches, two of which title belts were on the line,
however there was no title change that evening.
The first match of the evening featured Nikita Koloff
and Ric Flair. Nikita held Flair for the three count, but the
count was called back and there was no winner declared.
The second match was another title event between Ole
Anderson and Tully Blanchard. Blanchard was disquali-
fied and Anderson retained his title. ln match three, Lex
Lugor defeated Tim Horner, and in match four, it brought
the defeat of lvan Koloff by Jimmy Valiant. ln the fifth
match, Vladimer Petrov defeated Bob Armstrong with
interference by his second man, lvan. The Barbarian de-
feated Ricky Lee James in the sixth match, and in the
final match, Nelson Royal defeated Gary Royal.
This event was only one of many sponsored by the
Llniversity Activities Council.
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On April 16, the University Activities Council and Kappa
Alpha Psi sponsored a concert featuring Klymaxx. Despite
difficulties with sound and light equipment, the group per-
formed to an energetic crowd until well after midnight.
One Way, a flashy funk-soul band, opened for Klymaxx
and performed admirably, winning over the crowd.
Klymaxx proved to be a crowd pleaser. As they took the
stage, the lights went out, and everyone settled down to be
entertained or went on the floor to dance. The all-female
band played "l Miss You," "The Men All Pause," "Man-
Sized Love," and other hits.
USM-Coca Cola Classic Rodeo
An icy rain fell, steam rose from the horses' backs, and
faithful rodeo fans huddled under blankets in the Equestrian
Center's stands to cheer on the efforts of muddy cowboys and
cowgirls during the opening round of the USM-Coca Cola Clas-
The chutes still opened, broncs bucked and rodeo clown
Lecile Harris carried out his comedy acts as the temperature
dropped into the 5O's.
Although Mississippi had a record breaking snowfall that
Friday morning, rodeo action continued throughout the week-
So, in spite of the weather, enthusiasm ran high among
cowboys, cowgirls and fans to bring about a successful event.
The event was sponsored by the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.
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The University Activities Council's SPRING THING, a week of
rides, rock and roll, games, and movies opened Tuesday, April 21
and lasted through Sunday, April 26. Thousands of students and
members of the community turned out to ride rides like the
double ferris wheel, the Pirate Ship, and the Gravitrong to play
games and eat classic carnival food like funnel cakes and can-
On Tuesday night Non-Stop jammed for two funk-packed sets
including a medley of favorite rap songs and some fresh covers
of "l'm Looking for a New Love," "Word Llp," and "Stand by
Wednesday night the Gulfport-based band Change to Eden
performed to a large audience. They played covers from U2, Led
Zeppelin, the Doors, and their own originals.
The GAC SPRING THING left with a week's worth of entertain-
ment that will be remembered.
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Among the celebrltles who dled ln 1986 were slnger Kate Smlth who dled June 17 of respiratory arrest at the age of
79 Benny Goodman the King of Swing dled June 13 apparently of Cardiac arrestg James Cagney, one of
Hollywood s famous toughguys dled March 30 at the age of 86 and Ted Knight, best known for his role in the
televlslon serles The Mary Tyler Moore Show dled August 26 of cancer at the age of 62.
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of corruption and
scandal. The new
Aquino, was faced
with political and
signed into law in
October the broa-
dest tax overhaul in
a generation. The
bill cut taxes for
most workers while
paring some prized
boosting the tax
burden on corpora-
tions. Rep. Dan Ros-
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Ll.S. Air Force
and Navy jets at-
tacked five targets
inside Libya under
cover of darkness
ln April, delivering a
response to what
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targets was the Lib-
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Britain s Prince Andrew married red haired English commoner Sarah Ferguson in July at West
mmster Abbey in a spectacle that mustered the pomp and glory of Britain s 920 year old monarchy
Andrew is the Queen s second son and fourth in line to the throne
Caroline Kennedy who captured America s heart as a little girl romping through the White House
married Edwin Schlossberg a New York businessman and artist in Hyannis Port Mass on July 19
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Red Sox in the seventh game of the World Series at New York's Shea Stadium, Monday night, Cctober 27.
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Top right: Miss Keilye Cash, the grandniece of country star Johnny Cash, was crowned Miss America 1987.
She received the crown from outgoing Miss America Susan Akin.
Above: Representing Mississippi in the 1987 Miss America Pageant was Kim McGuffee. Kim, a graduate
from USM in communication, won the Miss Lamar County Pageant which became her first step to Atlantic
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ln January, Joe Paul, Dean of Student Development, appeared on the Today Show. Dr. Paul was asked to be a guest and to
discuss the topic of collegiate cheerleading accidents.
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represented Anheuser-Busch for more than 50 years and make 300 appearances annually. They have
appeared at the World Series, the Orange Bowl and Rose Bowl parades, and many more events.
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consumers under 21. On October 1, the law prohibiting consumption
of alcohol among persons under 21 came into effect. The legislation
'el was passed in 1985 in response to federal action. ln 1984, President
U Q Reagan signed a bill requiring states to raise their drinking age to 21 or
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' year thereafter. His reasoning was that a reduction in the number of
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x amount of DUI accidents and fatalities. .
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serve alcoholic beverages. Violators will be forced to pay stiff fines
andfor participate in a minimum number of hours of community
' service. Those under 21 who are caught drinking or with an invalid
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maximum of 30 days community service. Those buying drinks for
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' community service.The violator may also forfeit his or her drivers
license. Establishments that serve alcohol and their employees can
also be held accountable for serving minors.
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state can afford to lose S5 million a year in highway funds, nor can it
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1986 was filled with many memorable moments, both good and bad. lt featured both heart-stopping wins and
heartbreaking losses for Golden Eagle fans. ln years to come, when the 1986 season is being recalled, two events will
be at the top of the list - THE DRIVE and THE PLAY.
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gles opened the season in the friendly confines of
M.M. Roberts Stadium, as the Indians of NLG came
to town. The majority of GSM's followers didn't ex-
pect the Division 1-AA lndians to be much of a
threat, but were quickly surprised. NLG, coming off
of a season in which they finished 11th in the nation,
held the Golden Eagles to a scoreless tie in the first
quarter and then to a 3-0 lead at the outset of the
second quarter. A one-yard plunge by Randolph
Brown put GSM on top, but a 43-yard scoring pass
put NLG back in the lead 10-7. A short run by Vin-
cent Alexander gave GSM a 14-10 halftime lead.
The Nasty Bunch came to life to help seal the
victory for the Golden Eagles. A Shelton Gandy
Touchdown gave GSM a 21-10 advantage, but a field
goal and a touchdown by NLG cut it to 21-19. The
Nasty Bunch broke up a potentially tieing two-point
conversion, and two key interceptions snuffed lndi-
an drives. A 38-yard run by Brown put the game out
ALABAMA 31 GSM 17-The Golden Eagles trav-
eled to Birmingham's Legion Field to face a Crimson
Tide team considered by many to be a frontrunner for
the national championship. GSM shocked the crowd of
71,000 by taking a 7-0 lead less than three minutes into
the game when linebacker Onesimus Henry grabbed
Tide quarterback Mike Shula's first pass and returned
it 54 yards for a Golden Eagle touchdown. Bama
bounced right back to tie it up at 7-7, but Rex Banks
put GSM back on top 10-7 with a 27-yard field goal with
1:25 left in the half. The lead was short-lived however,
as Shula led a very efficient drive down the field and
scored with seven seconds left in the half.
An inspired Tide team came out the second half
ready to take control of the game. Take control they
did, as they ran their lead to 31-10 before the Golden
Eagles knew what was happening. GSM cut the lead to
31-17 with a 13-yard scoring pass, but Alabama ran out
the clock and preserved to win.
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what has become known around the state as THE DRIVE. The two teams spent the whole game trading off
scores-each team scored once in each quarter. In the second quarter a 66-yard scamper by Shelton Gandy broke a 7-
7 tie, but a controversial series of plays followed that resulted in a 59-yard scoring pass for the Bulldogs and a 14-14
In the fourth quarter State broke a 21-21 tie when they nailed a field goal to move in front 24-21. The Golden EagIe's
hopes appeared to be dashed when a Bulldog punt was downed on the LISM two with under five minutes left in the
The offense came onto the field knowing that the goal line and subsequently, victory lay 98 yards away. There were
29 seconds remaining in the contest when Gandy began celebrating his fourth touchdown of the day and the win that
came with it. LlSM's efforts in this game were recognized across the nation also, as Gandy was named Southeastern
Player of the Week by both the AP and the LIPI and Sports Illustrated did a story on the game.
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out that past efforts don't work in the present games, as
USM gave them all they could handle before pulling out
the win. USM shut down quarterback Kevin Murray and
company completely as both teams went to the locker
room at the half with a O-O tie. ASM threatened late in the
first half, but an interception by "The Big O," Onesimus
Henry, in the endzone ended that.
ln the third quarter the Aggies got on the board first
with a short field goal and later increased it to 10-O on a
short touchdown. USM cut the deficit to 10-7, but two late
field goals by ASM put it out of reach. Though the Golden
Eagles lost the game, they won a lot of respect by doing
something very few teams could do-hold the Aggies to
just one touchdown.
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the first half, but the dam broke in the second-UK
tallied three touchdowns and another field goal to
rout the Golden Eagles.
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for LlSM's homecoming game. Most predicted USM
would gain an easy victory, especially after a 65-yard
scoring play with just over a minute gone in the
game. A MSU touchdown followed late in the quar-
ter, but the Golden Eagles retained a precarious 7-6
lead when the PAT was missed. A Tiger field goal
gave them a 9-6 halftime lead, along with hopes for
their first win. The score remained unchanged until
late in the third quarter when Andrew Anderson hit
Lyneal Alston on a 30-yard touchdown pass to put
USM on top again. A key fumble recovered by the
defense clinched the victory for the Golden Eagles.
After swapping scores during the first half, USM took a 17-
14 lead into the locker room at the half. Early in the third
quarter Tulane went ahead for good, 21-17. The Green Wave
added another touchdown late in the quarter to increase their
lead to 28-17 before Rex Banks cut it by three with a 48-yard
field goal. Tulane added another touchdown after that to in-
crease their lead.
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game was captured by THE DRIVE, then this game
was gained by THE PLAY. The Pirates got on the board
first, but USM soon tailed and the score tied 7-7 at the
end of the first quarter. ECU scored again in the half
when the PAT was missed.
As the second half got underway, the Golden Eagles
tied the score 13-13 on two Rex Banks field goals, one
of which was from 52 yards out. A short drive by
Shelton Gandy early in the fourth quarter put USM on
top for the first time, 20-17. That score held up until
extremely late in the game, when the Pirates hit a 21-
yard scoring pass to cut the Golden Eagles' lead to one
A successful two-point conversion put ECU on top 21-
20 with only eight seconds left in the contest and ap-
parently clinched the win. USM wasn't giving up yet,
however. A 'Hail Mary' pass from Andrew Anderson to
Lyneal Alston was caught in traffic. Right before the
Pirates' defense brought him down, he pitched the ball
to Randolph Brown who took it in to score. There was a
flag on the play, however-illegal lateral by Alston. lf
ECU didn't take the penalty the touchdown stood, so
they had no choice. With time expired, Banks came in
and calmly chipped in a game-winning 31-yard field
USM 17 USL O-ln perhaps the finest total game
by the defense all season, the Nasty Bunch shut
down the Ragin' Cajuns for their only goose egg of
the season. The key factor was the five sacks the
defense registered, killing some key drives. USM led
10-O at the half, after a field goal by Rex Banks in the
first quarter and an eight-yard run by Shelton Gandy
in the second. Andrew Anderson ran it in from 11
yards out and the defense held on to preserve a very
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l Florida State 49 USM 13-The Golden Eagles led or
remained close in almost every statistical category ex-
-cept the one that counted-the scoreboard. USM had
almost a four minute edge in time of possession and was
close to even in most of the others. Despite the statistics,
qthe outcome of the game came down to one thing-FSU
Qwas able to find the endzone often, and USM couldn't.
The Seminoles scored first on a 94-yard drive late in the
first period and never looked back. They rolled up 21
lpoints in the second quarter, including a 47-yard intercep-
, USM scored first midway through the third quarter to
cut the lead to 28-7, but a 14-yard pass and a 51-yard
interception return pushed the score to 42-7, the Golden
Eagles tailed on a 52-yard scoring strike from Andrew
Anderson to Lyneal Alston, but the two-point conversion
failed, a 62-yard run by FSU in the fourth quarter made it
a final of 49-13.
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in the first quarter to take a 7-O lead, but Shelton Gandy
burst forth with 10 seconds left in the quarter to knot it
up. A 56-yard bomb from Andrew Anderson to Lyneal
Alston put the Golden Eagles on top, and a 73-yard
punt return by Andrew Mott made it a 21-7 halftime
ln the second half USM answered a LIL field goal with
a Gandy touchdown. The Cards scored a touchdown in
the final period, but missed the two-point conversion as
Rex Banks put the game away with a 44-yard field goal
to wrap up LlSM's 10th straight win in Roberts Stadium
and finish the season with a 6-5 record.
USM FCDGTBALL . . .
"We finished with another winning season here, our fourth in the last five years," USM coach Jim
Carmody said. The Golden Eagles lose some quality seniors off of this year's squad, but return some top-
notch players who should make next season as exciting as this one was.
-All Football copy written by Raymond Reeves
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Frank Sinatra would have been proud. The Golden Eagles took Ol' Blue Eyes' hit
"New York New York" to heart and by utilizing talent, hard work and just a touch of
luck, was able to legitimately add the phrase "king of the hill, top of the heap" to the
Southern Mississippi name.
NIT champions. That one phrase alone was able to send the entire campus into a
toilet papering, partying frenzy and turned what at one time looked to be a disappoint-
ing season into a dream come true.
The season, which seemed to begin eons ago, was tipped off by a visit by the
Northeast Louisana Indians to Reed Green Coliseum. NLLI was coming off of a home
contest with eventual SEC champion Alabama and looked to give the Golden Eagles a
tough first game. A crowd of 5,920 saw LISM tum a tremendous first game performance
by knocking off the Indians 84-69.
LISM saw their bubble popped early, as eventual NIT participant Arkansas State
welcomed the Golden Eagles to Pine Bluff by inflicting an 85-72 defeat on the visitors
The Golden Eagles rebounded well from that loss, by dominating the South Alabama
Jaguars 101-80. Victories over Central Arkansas, Cal-Riverside and Georgia College
followed, putting LISM at 5-1 going another big step for USM basketball.
Saturday, December 20th dawned as a beautiful day and the air was filled with
electricity. North Texas State was in town and ESPN also in town to broadcast it-the
first nationally televised game ever for the Golden Eagles. USM jumped out to an 11-0
lead and never looked back-the nation saw the Golden Eagles hit 52 percent from the
field, 92 percent from the line and put six players in double figures as they totally
dominated NTSLI 92-58.
USM cranked out three more victories to run their record to 9-1 before dropping the
championship game of the Crystal Classic.
When the Christmas break was over the Golden Eagles found themselves on the road
for two games as Metro play got underway. A win over Cincinnati and a loss to South
Carolina set their conference record at 1-1 to set the stage for the game everyone had
been waiting for-a visit by defending national champion Louisville.
Students began standing in line three hours before tipoff in order to assure them-
selves of a seat for this game--almost 7500 people packed their way into Reed Green
and a good crowd of people who couldn't gain admittance into the coliseum filled up the
USM union, who was showing the game off of a satellite feed. The Golden Eagles set the
crowdfsj to rocking by knocking off the Cardinals 76-69. USM accomplished the feat by
forcing LIL into 24 turnovers and by utilizing the three point shot to gain control.
The Golden Eagles fell to earth rather quickly, when on a visit to Blacksburg the
Virginia Tech Hokies knocked off USM 85-72. '
LISM hit a roller coaster ride at this point-They followed with a win over Jackson
State, a loss to Florida State, a win over McNeese, a loss to LISL and a win over South
Carolina. Everybody was wondering which was the real LISM team.
The power of the Golden Eagles was revealed in the next game, when they travelled
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to Tennessee and shocked the Memphis State Tigers 84-77. It was the first time MSU
had lost a home conference game since 1983 and reestablished USM as a serious Metro
The Tigers returned the favor two weeks later, when they came to Reed Green and
defeated USM 76-72. '
The Golden Eagles travelled to Louisville for another confrontation with the defend-
ing national champions and took the Cardinals to overtime before dropping a heart-
breaking one point decision. A last second shot by Casey Fisher went in and rolled out
as the final buzzer sounded.
LISM pulled out victories over Cinncinnati and Virginia Tech before dropping a two
point decision to Arkansas State and a 117-102 high scoring affair to Florida State to
end the regular season with a 17-1G record..
-As the Metro tournament got underway in Louisville, the Golden Eagles were deter-
mined to get one ,monkey off of their back-USM had never before won a postseason
,game in Division I. They got rid of that demon once and for all with an 83-66 defeat of
Virginia Tech. Host Louisville ended the Metro season for LISM, 78-71.
The NIT extended the season for the Golden Eagles, and really stirred up the
excitement by announcing that the Ole Miss Rebels would be visiting Hattiesburg for
the first round. A crowd of 8,095, highest of the season in Reed Green, saw USM jump
out to a 36 point lead and coast to a dominating 93-75 victory.
USM found themselves traveling north up the Mississippi for the second round,
facing the St.hh-Louise,Bei-Ilikens.ongthetroad.Casey Fisher's 6-9 and Jon White's .4-7
performances guided the Golden Eagles to an 83-78 oyertime
win. . .-tt - I
The Golden Eaglesfound themselves in the road once more in the third round to face
the Vanderbilt Commodores for a- berth in the final four. LISM shot to an 18 point
halftime lead and-useda wide repertoire of shots in thesecond half to earn a trip to the
big Apple, 195-88. - ' hh , - Q -
After falling behind 22-9 early onfin their semifinal contest with Nebraska, the Golden
Eagles fought h'lf ack-toftakela llli halftime lead. They put the 'Huskers away in the
second halfftoiitake. an 82-75 win and put them in the finals.
The Championship game against La Salle turned out to be a three point school
conducted by the Golden Eagles. Both teams put up 24 shots from beyond 19-9, with
USM making 11 and La Salle only four. The Explorers were able to cut the USM lead to
two with only six seconds left. A sharp defensive play by Derek Hamilton led to a steal
by White, who sunk both of his ensuing foul shots to clinch the title for the Golden
At the tournament's end, it was announced that Derek Hamilton was named to the all
NIT team, Randolph Keys was named tournament MVP and Turk was declared NIT
coach of the year. Congratulations to the Golden Eagles for an outstanding season-the
first national title ever for a Mississippi school.
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Myers. Row 2: Joy Leigh, Asst. Coach, Patty Sones, Grad. Asst., Betsy Arcement, Manager, Mary Corbello,
Brenda Williams, Pam Wilson, Gwen Jones, Michelle Fornea, Sharon Varnado, Debbie Knight, Trainer, Shirley
Jones-Hill, Asst. Coach, and Kay James, Head Coach.
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Cautiously optimistic was the catch phrase for the 1986-87 edition of USM Lady Eagles basketball. The
Lady Eagles were coming off of a disappointing 12-15 record from the year before and were retuming only one
starter. However, coach Kay James had six letter winners returning, plus the addition of two junior college All-
Americans to help booster the losses inflicted by graduation and give a ray of hope for the upcoming season.
The Lady Eagles came out of the blocks determined to concentrate on the positive aspects of the team and
make this a banner year. They succeeded admirably. When the dust had settled at the end of the season. The
Lady Eagles had accomplished something no other team in any other sport had ever done at USM--captured
a Metro Conference Title.
USM began the season on the road, as the Lady Eagles made it to the championship game of the
Northwestern lLa.J State Lady Demon Christmas Classic before dropping an 81-71 decision to the host Lady
After a 70-62 win over Mississippi College and a heartbreaking two point loss to Tulane, USM played host to
Mississippi State, who came to Hattiesburg determined to flex their SEC muscles. The Lady Eagles were not
impressed and showed it in a 60-57 victory that sent MSU back to Starkville to make plans for LlSM's return en-
gagement later in the season. '
The Lady Eagles then reeled off three consecutive road victories, including a 72-63 win over Louisville in the
Metro opener for both teams. After a 74-63 road loss to Cincinnati that evened their Metro record at 1-1, the
Lady Eagles traveled to Starkville to face the revenge-minded Mississippi State team. Their plans fell by the
wayside as USM took another three point win, 58-55, to sweep the series with MSU.
The Lady Eagles slipped into a tailspin at this point, dropping three straight Metro games to Virginia Tech,
Memphis State, and Florida State. Determined not to be written off this early in the season, USM then reeled
off five straight victories, including three conference wins to even their Metro record at 4-4 and a victory over
Hattiesburg rival William Carey.
Virginia Tech brought the team back to earth by dealing USM a 76-65 loss, but they bounced right back with
another five game winning streak, including another win over Carey to sweep that series and Metro victories
over top ranked Memphis State and Florida State. '
South Carolina ended the Metro regular season on a down note for the Lady Eagles by inflicting a 61-46 de-
feat on them. However, USM was able to bounce back and wrap up the regular season with a 95-72 shellacking
of Jackson State.
Any coach will tell you that a win, whether it is by two points or 22 is still a win. The Lady Eagles proved that
by capturing the Metro Conference tournament title and the automatic NCAA bid that went with it with three
straight two point victories-70-68 over Louisville, 74-72 in overtime over top seeded Memphis State and 68-
66 over South Carolina in the championship game to earn only the second NCAA bid in school history.
Tennessee Tech brought an abrupt end the Lady Eagles' title dream and also to their season in the first
round of the NCAA's by drubbing USM 78-66. The Lady Eagles finished what was considered by many to be a
"rebuilding" year with a 21-9 record, a Metro championship and a berth in the NCAA playoffs. lf only
rebuilding was so painless every time!
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soccer team has become the number four spectator sport. The
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National Independent Conference Championship. The men's team
had several accomplishments of which their head coach, Mike Giles,
was very proud. They set 14 new school records, had 29 qualifiers for
the finals as well as maintaining the highest G.P.A. on Campus 12705.
Finishing out the season with a 7-8 record, the team had top finishers
at the Metro Conference which included, Jimmy Roberts, Todd Horn-
dash, Bernie Geison, and John Nelson. Jimmy Roberts, Bernie Geison,
Tau losia, and John Sayles placed sixth in the men's 400 Free Relay
and fifth in the men's 400 Medley Relay.
The women's swim team, with their second year on LlSM's campus,
finished the season with a 4-9 record. The lady Eagles also set 11 new
school records for the year, and had 24 qualifiers for the finals in 1987.
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the women swimmers for having the highest team G.P.A. on campus
f2.90J and for having the highest point total in the Metro as well as in
the N.l.C. meet. Giles said, "that since the team is comprised of no
seniors, all the members would return next year."
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With no Seniors on the team, this year has been a year of
rebuilding for the men's tennis team. Under the leadership
of Dr. Larry "Doc" Harrington, the USM Men's Tennis team
finished out the season with an impressive mark of 15-7.
The Eagles played in the Metro Conference Tournament as
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comparisomafterl 46-games last season the Golden Eagles were 23-23.
Coach Hill Denson's squad awaited the beginning of the season with optimism after posting a 31-30 record last year.
West Florida and Spring Hill brought them back down to earth by pinning consecutive one-run losses on them to start the
season for the next four games to even their record at 3-3. A loss at Livingston sent the Golden Eagles to Tallahassee to
faceyhighly ranked Florida State in a three game Metro series. The Seminoles took the first two games, but Stacy Cameron
led the 'Golden Eagles to an 11-8 upset in the third game.
' A A-loss at-South Alabama ended the six game road trip by the Golden Eagles and set USM's record at 4-7, but a visit by
Southeastern Louisiana to Pete .Taylor Park snapped the Golden Eagles back into their winning ways. USM sent SLU back
to Hammond after inflicting a 22-2 beating on the Lions. A four game road trip followed soon thereafter, a sweep of
Arkansas-Little Rock2and a split with Northeast Louisiana set the USM record at 10-9.
The Golden Eagles dropped ta contest with South Alabama to put their record back at .500, but a four game win streak,
culminated by a 3-1 victory over number one ranked Florida State pushed it to 14-10. The Seminoles took the next two
games by slim margins, but USM rebounded with five straight victories, including a 12-11 win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
V 4 'USM faced always tough Southern California in the first round of the South Alabama tournament, and lost a heartbreak-
ing 1-O decision. The Golden Eagles dropped two of three Metro games at Memphis State before coming home and splitting
at two game series with Alcorn State.
' A-visit to Mississippi College turned out to be rather profitable for the Golden Eagles, as they ran off a 16-2 victory. They
then took two of three from Memphis State in their visit to Hattiesburg to put their record at 24-17. USM spent Easter week-
end in New Orleans, after dropping a doubleheader to Tulane, the Golden Eagles knocked off eight ranked UNO at
Privateer Park. Northeast Louisiana invaded Taylor Park for a two game series, and left Hattiesburg with a split to run
USM's record to 26-20. -
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Men: Sigma Nu
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Men: Phi Kappa Tau
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Men: Dream Team, Nasty Bunch, Sigma Chi .
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Editor Row2 Mike Jones Copy Editor Chris Gilmer Exec Editor Keith Gaskin Photo Editor Sam Hughes-Managing
Editor Not Pictured Tammy Petro Features Editor Curt Morse Advertising Editor
Student Printz Staff
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Debbie Odom Sherell Swanier Raymond Reeves.
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234 Southern Exposure
The USM traveling, song-and-dance
group, "Southern Exposure," celebrated
their 10th season on the road during the
1986-87 school year.
The group is produced and sponsored by
the USM Public Relations office and travels
throughout the deep South performing for
conventions, trade shows, high schools, ju-
nior colleges, or any other place an audi-
ence can be found.
This year's 75 minute show entitled,
"Let's Get Excited", includes some of the
best of all types of popular music, includ-
ing: pop-rock, country, Broadway, gospel,
etc. The performance is accented with the
high-energy, fast-paced, choreography of
group choreographer Nancy Wingo-Caffey.
Southern Exposure is composed of USM
students chosen in open auditions in the fall
of each year. Members of the group come
from many different majors within the uni-
versity and therefore really represent the
USM student body as a whole.
USM Public Relations
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Guenard-Variety Chairperson, Honey Newcomb, Kelly Coleman, Michelle Holden, Angel Moran, Andy Gunkel.
Row 3: Hallie Moore, Lara Toye, Chante Ravesies, Michael Austin, Sonya Fountain, Jerry Thomas, Ashley Farron, Misty Herrin,
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Row 4: Glenn Swartzfager, Tweety, Cathy Forster, Vince Cowan-Music Chairperson, Scott Somerville, Adam Proctor, Paul
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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CGUNCIL OFFICERS
Row 1 Davld Sears Secretary Carol Cllfton Advertlsrng Chairperson
Row 2 Hayward Guenard Varlety Chalrperson Victor Barley President Vlncent Cowan Music Chalrperson
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES COUNCIL MUSIC COMMITTEE
Row 1 Hugh Molotsl Polly Golns Vlnce Cowan Muslc
Chairman Tammy Gremllllon Carlin Wolfe Thad
Row 2 Mlke Austln Mlsty Herrln Paul Restln Sonya Foun
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Maureen Goretski, Michelle Sanders, Julie
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Vanessa Patel, Billy Ross, John Kinderg. Row
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Kelly, Randy Jones, Mel Carlock, Ricky Jones
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Greg Hall, Jerome Smith Pete Harvey Vernon
Johnson Ill Clyde Kelly Bennie Haynes Mar-
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Treas Scott Slay VlcePres Todd Dean
Pres BengieTurnager Sec Ron Hancock
Public Relations Chairman John Palmerton
Social Chairman Mark Payne Buddy Craw
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Treva Lowery, Kim Sutton, Ellen Fer-
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non-Treas., Dawn Welch, Hope
Howell Nancy Donovan Jackie Stu-
pica Sabrina Piernas. Row 2 Qleft to
righti: Denise Lambert Stacey Wel-
born Cheri Sullivan Cissy Baskin
Gwen Serpas Stephanie Boykins
Shelia Garland Lisa Armstrong
Christi Schexnayder Jennifer
Quayle Chiquita Moore Monique
Brooks Lynne Bostick. Row 3 fleft to
rightl: Pamela Burger Frances Pick-
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sett Laurie Mullis Helen Brewton
Rosie Barnes Orlanda Barnes Melis-
sa Hudson Angelia Rice Samantha
Tewes Yolanda Holmes Beth Queen.
Not Pictured: Melinda McCarty.
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AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION
AMA OFFICERS Co Advisors Dr
William F Schoell Ms Dolly Loyd
President Randall Amason Execu
tive Vice President Lisa Collins VP
of Finance Jimmy Smith VP of
Membership Mike Atteberry VP of
Fundraising Beth Compton VP of
Social Charlie Hewes VP of Chap
ter News Jan Rich VP of Advertis
ing Lee Ann Wilson VP of Commu
nications Bennie West Secretary
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ASSOCIATIGN FUR COMPUTING MACHINERY
Row l Cleft to rightlz Belle McCann,
Susan Price, Vivan Martin, Cindy
Bourgeois, Greg Greene, Debbie
Rouse--Sec., Rhonda Bryant, Kelly
McCormick, Laura Leigh Fowlkes,
Ralph 7:16. Row 2 Cleft to rightjz Rox-
anne Miller, Lenora Davis, Tina
Traxler, Jeanne Hough, Robin Peo-
ples, Denise Groene, Connie
Mathes-V.P., Willie Hollins lll. Row 3
fleft to rightl: Bobby Cross, Kent
Keeter, Dusty Howell, Jans Richards,
Issac Traxler, John Hough, William
Tetmeyer, John Gray, Dan Leonard,
V.P., Rance Necaise, Charles Phelps,
Dennis Rester, Philip Richards-Pres.
Association for Computing Machinery 245
APLHA PSI OMEGA
Row 1 Patrlcla Hammett Secf
Flelds Vlce Pres Row2 M1keWe1n
berger Steven Purdy Blll Sumrall
Davrd Moore Dr Blame Quarnstrom
Joel McCrary Amy Bercaw
Treas., Laura Denton-Pres., Tonda
246 Ad Clubffxlpha Psi Omega
AIR FORCE ROTC STAFF
Capt Jesse C Wllson Jr
Asst Professor of Aerospace Studles
Capt Marvln L Hlgglns Ill
Asst Professor of Aerospace Studies
Capt John F Rlvero
Asst Professor of Aerospace Studies
LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE STARTS HERE
Col Wllham R O Rourke MSQT Kendall W Miller
Chairman Dept of Aerospace Studies Detaflhmeflt 432 NCOIC
Mrs Lenlse Young St Kerry S Geroux SSgt Wayne F Cox
Admlnnstratlon NCO Personnel NCO
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Row I1 C Major Jim King-Deputy Command-
er of Support, C Major Jim Welborn-Arnold
Air society Commander, C MSgt Thomas
Howie-Leadership Training Organization
Commander, C LtCol Joel Grigg-Group
Commander. C Major Pamela Hess-Task
Team Commander, C Major Maureen Horgan-
-Deputy Commander of Operations CfCap-
tain Donna Cook-Executive Officer CfMajor
Jeff Prichard-Inspection General CfMajor
Stan Stanton-Vice Commander CfMajor
Robert Brooks-Deputy Commander of Re-
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James King Deputy Commander of Oper
ations Billy Powers Task Team Commander
Maureen Horgan Vice Commander John
Wagner Corps Commander James Wel
born Arnold Air Society Commander Not
Pictured Carl Smith Deputy Commander of
Support Raymond Powell Executive Offi
248 Air Force
AIR FORCE ROTC POC S
AFROTC GMC S
Row l: J. Grigg, K. Carrico, J. Wagner, R. Byrd,
T. Higgins, C. Hymel, K. Rayburn, K. Lawrence,
B. Brinkley. Row 2: A. Coffman, R. Berryhill, M.
O'Connor, J. Pritchard, K. Ward, B. Powers, D.
Jones, P. Hess, M. Horgan. Row 3: P. McCoy, B.
May, J.R. Holifield R. Smith C. Smith S. Stan-
ton C. Stallworth R. Kent J. Welborn. Row 4:
R. Brooks C. Payne J. King D. Murphy R.
Powell J. Scott C. Pimperl K. Clark R. Mitch-
ell D. Lott C. McDannald. Not Pictured-D.
Rowl D Bray M Watts J Wise C Glssen
danner M Johnson D Moore R Krause Y
Washington S Watts B Tala Row 2 M
Payne J Turnage T Gee A Taylor R Green
K Olesen J Howard A Jones A Brno Row3
E Davis J Keene M Taylor R Springs P La
R Walker D Castenedo K Stephney T
M Woullard J Gay C Purvls J Peoples D
Britton C Blank Not Pictured R Adcox H
Anderson S Anderson J Bachtold S Barnes
M Blackwell W Boone J Brown D Crum A
Davis S Dunn J Foil M Gosh A Hall R
Harris N Holtz M Johnson B Jordan M
Kendrick A Lindsey R Little R Marsh H
McCalum G Phillips M Plunkett C Russell
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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY
Row l: Pam Hess-Public Relations,
Chuck Blank-Angel Flight Liason,
Keith Ward-Operation Officer, Jim
Horgan-Deputy Commander Oper-
ations, Thomas Howie-Areacon
Coordinator, Richard Mitchell-
Comptroller, Camille Hymel-Depu-
ty Commander Admin.
Row 2: Jim King Keith Carrico Billy
Powers, Jett Pritchard David Bray
Don Jones, Kelly Clark Aaron Coff-
man David Murphy Capt. John Ri-
vero-Advisor Donna Cook Brenda
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Rowl Capt Rivero Advisor Liana
Janowsky Tracy Schroeder Lor
raine Bachtold Cathy Cobb Pledge
Trainer Sylina Dimitry Vice Com
mander Jamie Llgrinich Command
er Ann Loney Administrator Mary
Fendlason Comptroller Jane Tay
lor Little Major Kristi Porter Annie
Not Pictured Sarah Boggan Oper
ations Mallory Brooks Public Rela
tions Chris Blank AAS Llason
Shelly Dunn Davida Blyler Teri Sue
Bankston Hollis Hoffman Susie
Campbell Angela Danenmueller
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CfMaj. Maureen A. Horgan-Asst. Commander, CfAmn. Michael S. Plunkett, CfAlC Russell G. Adcox.
Not Pictured: AfAlC Melina L. Johnson.
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252 Army ROTC
ARMY ROTC SENIOR CLASS
Center person: Robert P. Alderman.
Row 1: Tony D. Cooperwood Davon
L. McReone Pauline E. Hill Doris Y.
Nix Denise T. Watt Tammy C. Chat-
man Marian D. Harris. Row 2: Melvin
R. Butler Yolanda D. Quinn Barry C.
Ezell Richard M. Ezell Richard M.
Norris Constance F. Price Rodney K.
Jordan Lorraine Brooks. Row 3: Rich-
ard P. Wilson David Papas Johnny
L. Waldrop Jr. Doris A. Culberson
Gregory L. Hall Jennifer L. Williams
Carolyn Robins. Row 4: Woodroe
Ducksworth Jr. Joseph Gordon Wil-
liam L. Demalade Leon E. Luck lll
Napoleon Kelly Johnnie M. Shields
Leo Shelby Jr. Row 5: Peter Pappa-
cino John G. Hinton Clarence John-
son Jr. Andre E. Nettles William E.
ARMY ROTC SENIOR COMMAND AND STAFF
Center person Robert P Alderman
Left to Right Donald A Penny Jr
Jennifer Williams Anthony W Virgi
lio Davon L McKeone Richard M
Norris William E Allen Johnny L
Woldrop Jr Tony D Cooperwood
Barry C Ezell Woodroe Ducksworth
Army ROTC 253
President Kevin Hosner
Vice President Sherri McMullan
Secretary Dawn Avery
Treasurer Frances Mott
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Dawn Michelle Avery
Sheri Lynn Baldwin
Joy Christine Bradley
Mallory Leigh Brooks
Paula Michelle Brown
Randell Keith Bullock
Tammle Leah Byrd
Lisa Dee Cameron
Rebecca Shannon Cowart
Diana Lynn Dawson
Amy Elizabeth Day
Lori Cain Dear
Jerry Richard Dendinger
Suzanne Elizabeth Duck
Angela Michelle Dunston
Kathy Lynn Geisenderfer
Marcus G Glenn
Jane Slngley Graves
Patricia Ann Guercio
Stuart W. Hartfield
Debora Sharra Henderson
Jane Ann Hokanson
Andrea Sue Holloway
Kevin Joe Hosner
Lori Lea Howard
Kristi Lalilell Hudnall
Susan Marie James
Julie Laura Jones
Amy Hall Jordan
Gertha Darvette Laurie
Susan Carol Lee
Treva Ann Lowery
Stacy Lynn Mahar
Jackie Esley McHenry ll
Sherri Lynn McMullan
Melinda Eve Morgan
Frances Cecile Mott
Christopher James Murray
Charlotte Ann Myers
Rance David Necaise
Jeffrey Stuart Olafsen
Tracy Michelle Ott
Sandra Lynne Parker
Sherry Ann Phillips
Anthony Troy Pogue
John C Ransom
Amy Jean Rapp
Danlel Michael Rlch
Derek Daniel Robinson
Anne Ponder Shaw
Sherry Lynn Stromeyer
Kimberly Ann Sutton
Suzanne Marie Todd
Cheryl Lynn Walker
Georgina Kaye Warne
Paula Jean Watford
Anthony Craig White
Eva Marie Williams
Russell Howard Willis
Kelly Yvonne Wilson
Rebecca Lynn Wright
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Row 1-Sherri McMullan, Russ Wil-
lis, Missy Arata, Julie Jones, Jeff
Hall, Lori Dear, Scott McNally, Melis-
sa Stubs, Mandy Dalton, Becky
Cowart, Amy Day. Row 2: Barbara
Ross, Scott Ritchey, John Gargiulo,
Michelle Poirier, Sheila Harvard,
Treva Lowery, Michelle Williams,
Robert Stephens, Dannie Forte, Kevin
Hosner, Penny Wise, Robin Ray, Beth
Queen, Dawn Avery, Fran Mott,
Kristi Hudnall, Donna Hutto, Susie
Sanders, Leisa Doggette. Row 3:
Tony Dillard, Patti Watford, Becky
Wright, Alvin Williams-Advisor,
Mike McMullan-Sr. Advisor.
L BDA IGMA OFFICERS
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Dear-Vice President, Julie Jones--Secretary.
Lambda Sigma 255
Todd Courtney President Bllly Dodd Vlce President
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Mlke Dobbms Advlsor
Fran Jones Supervisor of Student
Karen Ladner Asst Student Servuces
Rebecca Wright Secretary
Julle Johnson Treasurer
Mlke Scandone Co dlrector of Spmt
Cheryl Boyles Co director of Splrlt
Kent Pawlak Chief of Staff
Llsa Ford Student Servlces Drrector
Janlce Perkins Special Project Asst
Charles Wlttlngton Special Projects
Tommy Buford Director of Legal
Lrsa Joseph Asst Splrlt
John Mllbrook Attorney General
Mlssy Warren Manpower Coordmator
Danny O Belrne Director of Public
Dee Dee Wlslnger Asst Director to
Benjl Barham Publlc Relatrons Asst
Joe Stevens Asst Student Services
Amy Duvall Asst Specral Projects
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Row 1 Debbie Moss Claire Gerald
Pollyanna Alexander Flo Ann Gas
ton Jill Hardy Penny Wise Tammy
Wise Missy Arata Tara Aust Row2
Billy Dodd Terrence Mlxon Mike
Dobbins Jason Ladner Mike Harris
Keith Gaskln Jim Farner Jamie Kim
brow Tim Farris Don Diboll Chuck
Donlln Lamar Lott Billy Argus Eric
Norborg Ben Connell Richard Baker
Rennie Perez Scott McNally Tim
Dixon Keith Carrica
BETA ALPHA PSI
Row iz Sonya Sharp Debra Buxton
Catherine Ellis Julie Johnson Cindy
St. Amant-President Sandra Cu-
McCarty. Row 2: Donna Pertuit Dee
Dougherty Debbie Martin Janice
Carter Joy King Judith Abends-
chein Sara Snowden Tammy
Bass-Secretary Janice McFalls.
Row 3: Charles Bryan-Treasurer
Dr. Jerry King-Faculty Advisor
Donald Kittrell Larry Ponder.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSCCIATION
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Row 1: Nereasa Brannon, Kristi Por-
ter, Wendy Gordon, Sherri Albert, Su'
zette Glaab, Janice Carter, Janet Hall.
Row 2: Steve Haas, Steve Keller, Rus-
sell Williamson, Bonnie Pope, Kim
Coker, Mary Knight, Chris Gardner,
Simon Munn. Not Pictured: Keith Car-
rico, Dawn Reeves, Della Stevens,
Gentry Mordica, Ximeana Thomas,
Michelle Mcrary, Delisa Borders,
Gene Newman, Donald Kittrell, Sam
Rayburn. Row 3: Trent Bilbo, Andy
Langerbach, Mack Burch, Salmon
Sami, Bob Deaton, Kandell Spears.
DELTA SIGMA Pl GFFICERS
Row 1: Kim Coker-President, Kristi
Porter-Secretary, Suzette Glaab,
Vice-President of Finance, Janice
Carter-Asst. Treasurer. Row 2: Ran-
dall Spears-Chancellor, Steve Kel-
ler-Vice-President of Pledge Circu-
lation, Bonnie Pope-Senior Vice-
President, Simon Munn-Treasurer,
Donald Deaton-Historian. Row 3:
Andy Langerbach-Social Chairman,
Mark Burch-Vice-President of Pro-
fessional Activities. Not Pictured:
Dawn Reeves-Vice-President of
Chapter Operations, Keith Carrico-
Rose Formal Chairman.
Delta Sigma Pi 261
Row lx Cindy Breard, Julie Bogart-
Sec., Trea.,Lisa Shackelford, Gina
Tillery-Pres., Erin McCrary-Vice-
Pres., Jessica Fuller, Melanie Barber,
Sherry Thomas, Jerry Thyous. Row
2: Katrina Wooley, Leigh Ann Heflin,
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monte HSMA Adv David Sim
mons lAD Adv Blanca Alarcon
Judy Lung David LeBlanc Dena
Douglass IAD Pres Karen Cooley
Row 2: Keith Vaughn Melony Wright
David Lane Allison Thompson Nan-
cy Ryder Susan Rogers Katia Perez
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Row I Barbara Ross Jay Burnell
Donald Dollar Kyle Keene Fred Lit
tle Vinnie Forte Mike Bourgeois
Mark Kidd Warren Miller Adrian
Sandel Row2 Jeffery Bolden Bobby
Nix Jeff King Greg Stanton Scot
Long Elliott Viovedich Melvin Davis
Jr Tommy Leffingwell John Cren
shaw Row3 Brian White PaulFarm
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Fairey Don Diboll Brad Cundriff
Paul Nelson Stephen Songe Max
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Row 1: Warren Miller, Kelvin Nunn, Paul Farmer-Pres., Brian White. Row 2: Mike Bourgeois, Elliott Voivedich, Don Diboll,
John Crenshaw-Greek Life Grad. Asst., Donald Dollar, Barbara Ross, Adv. Not Pictured: Jim Estes, Morgan Shands, Sean
Row 1 Cleft to rightiz Renee
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Pam Rawlinson Sandie Barnes
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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS
Row 1 fleft to rightl Pam Rawlin-
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chelle Poirier-Vice President
Renee McGuffee-Rush Chair-
man Barbara Ross-Advisor
BLACK GREEK COUNCIL
Row 1 fleft to Flghtf Warren Mill
er Layonnia Ball Velma Ward
Debbie Odom Mark Kidd Roo
sevelt Hobbard Row 2 Temple
Haley Jeff Wallace Valetta Sell
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Pickens Andress Taylor Gerald
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GAMMA ALPHA EPSILON
Row l Jennifer Gollott Teresa Ran
km Lynn Bostlck Angelra Stamps
Kim Smlth Susan Walp Ann White
Mallle Hates Row 2 Connolly
Clark Adv Donald Dollar Pres
Raymond Van Norman Johnny
Myatt Charlie Henderson Marc Ken
drlck Greg Stanton TlmD1x1on Rob
b1eGr1ff1n Britt Katz Adv Barbara
w l Angela Pope Mar
Huff Pres Sharon Crook Amy Du
vall Vrce Pres Joyce Deer Sec
Row 2 Alrce Essary Harry Zhao
Sandy Kloske Marla Seale Elizabeth
Page Roblnlynn Chapman Janet
Skinner Roxanne Burrus Vlrglma
Entrekln Spon Row3 Paul Martm
ollch Jeanne Hough Anthony Smith
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MINORITY ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLCGY
Row I Tim Travis Charlene Pace
Sec Robert Williams Rhonda Ma
Berry Phyllis Egnew Treas
Dwayne Love Pres Row 2 Lisa
Rowe Jeffrey Bolden Par Dorothy
Edwards SocialCh Tom Blue Wil
lie Kennedy Jr Vice Pres Dr Ka
mal Ali Advisor Row 3 Craig Wil
liams Reggie Wright Eric Fowler
Hillman Reed Bruce Martin Tony
MLI PHI EPSILGN
Row I Michelle Creel Judi Lubritz
Sabrina Edens Anne Shaw Monica
Hubler Julie Martin Row 2 Serena
Bower Lori Stenson Tonya Chaney
Donna Wood Row 3 Sue Ellen Sand
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SPEECH AND HEARING ASSOCIATION
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Secretary f Treasurer-Susan Friend
OMICRON DELTA EPSILON
Row I Susan Gelsenhoff Terri Dur
arpe Pres Susan Robinson Sonya
Dossett Row 2 Patricia Burns Far
hang Nlroomand Advisor Stephan
Haas Michael Hansson Jeffrey Foun
tain Lim Cheng Feng Not Pictured
Jeevan Campos Cynthia Cooper
Darren Barnes Rui Esteves Charles
Richardson Janet Massey.
Speech and Hearing AssociationfOmicron Delta Epsilon 269
GMICRCN DELTA KAPPA
Offlcers Tom Panko Faculty Sec
Cathy Steen Secretary
Erln Chapman Publlc Relations
Make McMullan Presldent
Not Pictured Mellnda McCarty
Row 1 Mlchael Herrln Stacey Read
Clndy Bourgeois Jamle Conner
Hlst Quent Burge Pres Vlvlan
Martln Angele Berthold Charon
Loveless Jeff Tanksley Brian Wlck
ersham Rlchard Baker Row2 Clndy
Cooper Janice Pattl Vlce Pres
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Sones Tuna Davls Kathy Woodard
Sharon Stewart Melissa Lewls C
Reporter Barbie Sullivan Row 3
Sara McKenzie Colleen Burns Patti
Holmes Tara Langston Sharon
Thorhton Dlana Goretskl Klm
Cook Sec fTreas Leigh Ann Stan
ley Gwen Ray Mary Lundy Johnnie
Booth LeVada Strickland Angle
McRaney Rose Rogers Suzette Vlen
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PHI THETA KAPPA
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PHI CHI THETA
Row I: Adele Lyons-Pres. Davida
Beyer Susan Dunkard Renee Cobb
Karen Spuell Susan Robinson Don-
na Hutto Sandra Fisher Gwen Jeffer-
son Sonya Dossett Elizabeth Locke
Cathy Esculano Nancy Hains
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Pres Row 2 Randy Pierce Vice
Pres Janet Morris Sec Pamela
Hanson Jan Jarrel Takla Potter
Richard Bakes-Pres. Lavonne Ham-
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Secretary if Treasurer-Sharon Crook
PHI DELTA RHO
Melanie Cecile Barber
Mary Catherine Blakeslee
Doris P. Blanton
Linda Sue Brown
Temple Suzanne Bush
Erin Leigh Chapman
Sharon Marie Crook
Martha Leanne Geddie
Terri Leigh Green
Lucy K. Haralson
Melissa Lynn Hogue
Joni Melinda Jackson
Kwai Chun Kwan
Melinda Elaine McCarty
Natalie Michell McQuaig
Kerri Thelma Mordica
Mona Faye O Bannon
Stella Louise Posey
Tonya Denee Powe
Channon Lea Renfroe
Lauren Adele Richmond
Susan Leah Robinson
Julie Joyner Sadler
Melissa Ann Smith
Stephanie Anne Stotland
Gina J. Tillery
Elizabeth Ann White
Robin Cheryl White
OUTSTANDING FRESHMEN WOMEN
Becky Wright Treva Lowery Patty
Guercio Claire Gerald Sherri McMul
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Row 1: Kimberly Laub-Prog. Ch. Chris
Gilmer-Vice-Pres. Keith Gaskin-
Pres. Vicki Avery-Treas. Connie Har-
vey-Sec. Row 2: Rick Hammond Mike
Jones Debbie Odom Karen Freeman
Stacey Reid Melissa Lewis Sam
Hughes Claire Gerlad.
STUDENT ALUMNI ASSDCIATION
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Row 1 Willis Mitchell Benjie Barham
Danny O Beirne Chuck Donlin Pres
Ann Marie Barhonovich Laura Lee Mar
tin Rebecca Trevlno Pam Taylor Hope
Howell Michelle Jerome Rusty Ham
mons Sandie Barnes Melinda McCarty
Lisa Cusclo Sharon Sonnier Stefanie
Breland Melody Withers Sharon Sing
ley Row 2 Donna Holder Lori Johnson
Christopher Murray Leigh Ann Stanley
Becky Cowart Melcolm Torres Melissa
Stubbs Melanie Yeatman Lee Ann El
kins Row 3 Kathy Lecky Tracy Ann
Hinton Lynne Bostlck Gina Blackmon
Michelle Poirier Row4 Andrew Langen
bach Candi Wright Teresa Williams
Kent Pawlak Trey Joseph Karen Loftln
Mona Hudson Teri Sue Bankston Sally
Sheffield Julia Brown Fred Little Deb
ble Dewett Paige Howell Aprlle Curry
Dawn Avery Row 5 Adrian Sandel El
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Row l: Coach Robertson Coach Kal-
lish Coach Jones Coach Rhodes
Coach Grant Coach lshee Coach
Smith Coach Runnels Coach Pickle
Coach Watson. Row 2: Coach Baugh-
man Coach Garner Coach Black-
well, Coach Andrews Coach Thom-
as Coach Ainsworth Coach Hall
Coach White Coach Nowell. Row 3:
Coach Ferrell Coach Crenshaw
Coach Carter Coach Walker Coach
Diboll Vice-President' Coach Smith
Coach Speed Coach Crenshaw
Coach Rhodes President.
Row I Stephanie Bell Dee Dougher
ty Wendy Wagner Anita Phillips Ju
lie Johnson Mona OBannan Lisa
Collins Melinda McCarty Row2 Cin
dy Brown Cindy Simpson Cathy
Steen Temple Bush Missy Smith
and Delery Cook
276 Student CoachingfRho Lambda
Row 1: Kathy Britt Jacqueline Berry
Andre Johnson Steen Hambric Ro-
sie Barnes Martha Ratliff Debbie
Palmer Melinda Ory Robin Roby
Phyllis Grayson Mamie Hall La-
vonda Collier Amelita Roberts Phyl-
lis Jones Pam Bane Mamie Hall An-
gela Ray Elizabeth Truby Jeff Belk
Kim Smith Pat Skrmetti. Row 2: Min-
nie Austi Lacresha Smith Twanda
Floyd Vernetta Witaker Laura ln-
gram Rosemary Horn April Curry
Paul Shaw Mark Nolta Gary Loper
Tim Case Henry Prince Lee Farrow
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Tracy Kent Vlce Pres Swann Turn
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Davld Dillard Dana Furman Elvlra
Mason Carol Grlfflth Rebecca Hart
Jacquelyn Paulk Claire Land Debbie
West Steven Mitchell Row 3 Ben
Burkett Terry Graham John Dawn
Danny Fulton Darryl Lehtola Cindy
Southerland Alllson Hodges
SOUTHERN GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Row 1 Jeff Lambert Gareth Davles
BobKrng Pres Dr Dav1dPatrlck
Geology Ch Shlhua Harry Zhao
Joao Esteves Row2 Ken Rhlnehart
Ray Sturdlvant Cindy Rlntoul
Treas Dr Maurice Meylan Row 3
Llsa Morrison Doug Kllckman Dr
Chrls Cameron Cecil Pettway Dr
Dan Sundeen Steve Hughes Kyle
Stewart Klm Funk Robin Lynn Chap
man Ken Hamlin Rebecca Martel
AASlDfSouthern Geological Society 279
ALL MY CHILDREN
Lisa Abbott, Long Beach, MS. Jr.
Myrna Abernathy, Jackson, MS, Sr. w 1
Cynthia Abrams, Bogalusa, LA, Fr. 'L l
Brenda Adams, Fulton, MS, Sr. SJ
Gwendolyn Adams, Greenville, MS, Sr. ' l
Jewell Adams, Pensacola, FL, Jr. i' i.. - I
Marcus Adams, Kosciosko, MS
Ehenda Adams. Dekalb, MS, So.
Terri Adams, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Melinda Adcock, Clinton, MS, Sr.
Angela Aguilar, Gautier, MS, Fr,
Niaz Ahmed, Comilla, Bangladesh, Grad.
LeAnne Ainsworth, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Jimmy Alawine, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Maria Albornoz, Venezuela,Jr.
Jim Albritton, McComb, MS, Jr.
Kent Alcorn, Russell, PA, Jr.
Donna Aldridge, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Albert Alexander, Laurel, MS, So.
Karen Alexander, Brandon, MS, So.
Laura Alexander, Wiggins, MS, So.
Pollyanna Alexander, Hollandale, MS,
James Alford, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Kimberly Alford, Magnolia, MS, Jr.
lrene Allen, Meredian, MS, Sr.
Larry Allen, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Nancy Allen, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Terance Allen, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
William Allen, Magnolia, MS, Sr.
Tammy Allison, Mendenhall, MS, Jr.
John Alliston, Saucier, MS, Jr.
Mary Aluizo, Freeport, TX, So.
Randall Amason, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Lauren Amburgey, Starkville, MS, Jr.
Heather Amick, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
David Anderson, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Felicia Anderson, Byhalia, MS, Fr.
Marsha Anderson, Huntsville, AL, Sr.
Peter Anderson, New Orleans, LA, Sr.
Sandra Anderson, Mendenhall, MS, Fr.
Tammy Anderson, Vicksburg, MS, So.
Joel Andrews, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Lisa Andry, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Camilo Angel, Medellin, Colombia, Sr.
Paula Apgar, Enterprise, MS, Fr.
Lesa Appelgate, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Deborah Apperson, Jackson, MS, So.
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Marilyn Appleton, Utica, MS, So.
Enrique Arana, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Missie Arata, Bogalusa, LA, Jr.
Jacqueline Ard, Jayess, MS, Sr.
Robert Ard, Natchez, MS, So.
Michael Arguelles, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Billy Argus, Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr.
Mary Argus, New Orleans, LA, Fr.
George Arinder, Forest, MS, Sr.
Michael Arledge, Saucier, MS, Jr.
Lisa Armstrong, Silver Creek, MS, Jr.
Patricia Armstrong, Silver Creek, MS,
Susan Arnett, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Cecile Arnold, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Kim Arnold, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Mary Blan Arnold, Mobile, AL, So.
James Arrington, Shubuto, MS,Jr.
William Ashley, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Billy Atkins, Biloxi, MS, So.
Kamlyn Atteberry, Milton, FL, Fr.
Cammie Atwood, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Tony Atwood, Clinton, MS, Sr.
James Aust, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Mikael Austin, Pensacola, FL , Sr.
David Aultman, Seminary, MS, Sr.
Tara Aust, Ocean Springs, MS, So.
Cellestine Autman, Pascagoula, MS, Jr
Dawn Avery, Huntsville, AL, So.
Dominic Avery, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Vicki Avery, Darien, CT, Sr.
Dent Bagby, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Marty Baffett, Florence, MS, So.
Melissa Bach, Fairfield, OH, So.
Carshena Bailey, Jackson, MS, So.
Beverly Baker, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Glenda Baker, Campa Zama, Japan, Fr
Richard Baker, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Charles Baldwin, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Sheri Baldwin, Tampa, FL, So.
Deanna Ballard, Clinto, MS, So.
Jill Ballard, Red Banks, MS, Jr.
Stalita Ballentine, Batesville, MS, Jr.
Pamela Bane, Union, MS, Jr.
Lorie Banes, Meredian, MS, Jr.
Rebecca Bankston, McComb, MS, Jr.
TeriSue Bankston, Covington, LA, So
Melanie Barber, Memphis, TN, Sr.
Carla Bardwell, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Carla Bardwell, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Ann Barhanovich, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Melissa Baria, Pascagoula, MS, Fr. -.
Michelle Barnard, Houston, TX, So.
Angela Barnes, Hattiesburg, MS , Jr.
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Marvin Barnes, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Melissa Barnes, Oak Vale, MS, Jr.
Orlanda Barnes, Pass Christian, MS, Sr.
Phyllis Barnes, Moss Point, MS, So.
Robert Barnes, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Sandie Barnes, Magee, MS, Jr. i ' S
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Tamara Bartley, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Miles Barton, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Laurie Barton, Lucedale, Ms, Jr.
Cissy Baskin, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Derek Bass, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Owen Bass, Seminary, MS, So.
Anita Baxter, Lucedale, MS, Sr.
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Catherine Beavers, Sumrall, MS, Sr.
Benjamin Bell, Flomaton, AL, Fr.
Charles Bell, Forrest, MS, Sr. ,
Connie Bell, Kokomo, MS, Jr.
Joice Bell, Gloster, MS, Sr.
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Denise Bender, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Lesley Bennett, Pearlington, MS, So.
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Floresia Berry, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Richard Berryhill, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Anne Berthold, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Angela Berthold, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Karen Bertucci, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Kelly Bertucci, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Christopher Bethea, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr
Glenda Beverly, Ruleville, MS, Sr.
Deborah Beyea, Clinton, MS, Sr.
Esther Beyer, Carriere, MS, Jr.
Suzanne Bienvenue, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Suzette Bienvenue, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Trenton Bilbo, Clinton, MS, Sr.
Anna Bino, Columbus, MS, So.
Barbara Bishop, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Patricia Bishop, Destin, FL, So.
Stephen Bishop, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Stephen Bittick, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Jane Blackledge, Laurel, MS, Fr.
Bretta Blackman, Canton, MSFr.
lda Blackmon, Canton, MS, Sr.
Marcia Blackwell, Madison, MS,
Michele Blackwell, Runnelstown, MS, Sr
Cary Blaes, Mobile, AL, Jr.
Clinton Blake, Tylertown, MS, Jr.
Jim Blake, Tylertown, MS, So.
Misty Blake, Berlin, West Germany, So
Rebecca Blake, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Richard Blake, Columbus, MS, Fr.
Sonya Blakeley, Edwards, MS, So.
Belinda Blakeney, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Cathy Blakeslee, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Laura Blakeslee, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Jerrie Blalock, Centreville, MS, Jr.
Steven Blalock, Centreville, MS, So.
Tamara Bland, Macon, MS, Fr.
Marriet Blansett, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Catherine Blevins, Covington, LA, Fr.
Martin Blount, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Alan Blue, Pensacola, FL, Jr.
David Blue, Pensacola, FL, So.
Shirley Blue, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Davida Blyler, Ocean City, NJ, Sr.
Rhonda Bookout, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Christine Bodden, Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Alfreda Body, Newton, MS, Jr
Barbara Bolden, Bay Springs, MS, Sr.
Jeffery Bolden, Picayune, MS, Sr.
LaSandra Boler, Union, MS, Jr.
Bridgette Bolling, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Doug Bolt, Marietta, Ga, Sr.
Karl Bolt, Marietta, GA, So.
Sandra Bolton, Beaumont, MS, Sr.
Cheryl Bond, Waynesboro, MS, Sr.
Sharon Bond, Wiggins, MS, Jr.
Angela Bonds, Magnolia, MS, Gr.
Tammy Bondurant, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Eric Boney, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Tammy Bonnette, Mendenhall, MS, So.
Teresa Booker, Meredian, MS, Fr.
Tonya Boone, Angie, LA, Fr.
Margaret Booth, Birmingham, AL, So.
Maury Booth, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Lynne Bostick, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Julius Boston, Meredian, MS, Fr.
Bridget Bounds, Biloxi, MS, So.
Mark Bounds, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
N. Jean Bounda, Magee, MS, Jr.
Nicole Bounds, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Kirk Bourgeois, Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
Damea Bourne, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Emily Bourne, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Michael Bourne, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Sara Bourne, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Marian Boutwell, Petal, MS, Jr.
Kristin Bowles, Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
Tracy Bowels, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
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Donna Box, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Jimmy Boyd, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Patty Boyd, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Phyllis Boykin, Meridian, MS, Jr.
James Boykins, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Donna Boyles, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Camille Bozeman, Leesburg, MS, So.
Jennifer Bradford, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Zoneice Bradford, Amory, MS, Fr.
Vincent Bradley, Horley, MS, Sr.
Barry Brady, Grenada, MS, Jr.
Jill Brady, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Anna Bracero, Gulfport, MS, So.
Trisha Bragg, Vancleave, MS, Fr.
Neresa Brannan, Purvis, MS, Jr.
Jennifer Branson, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Vicki Branum, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Cynthia Breard, Meredian, MS, Sr.
Elgin Breazeale, Mendenhall, MS, So.
Lisa Breckenridge, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Timothy Breedlove, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Brenda Brevard, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Billy Brewer, New Augusta, MS, Fr.
Kateri Brewer, Charleston, SC, Sr.
Patsy Brewer, Clara, MS, Jr.
Ricky Brewer, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Zenith Brewer, Eilisville, MS, Sr.
Jonson Bridges, Joliet, lL, Fr.
Liesa Bridges, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Veleace Bright, Kosciusko, MS, Sr.
Jeffery Bristol, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Becky Britt, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Greg Britt, Wesson, MS, Sr.
Derrell Britton, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Natalie Broadus, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Kelly Brock, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Laurie Brock, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Delma Brooks, Lexington, MS, Fr.
Edith Brooks, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Lorraine Brooks, Mound Bayou, MS, Sr.
Mallory Brooks, Covington, LA, So.
Monique Brooks, Columbus, MS, Jr.
Bernadette Broome, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Jessica Broome, Seminary, MS, Fr.
Pamela Broussard, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Alice Brown, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Angela Brown, Raleigh, MS, Sr.
Augusta Brown, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Charlotte Brown, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr
Cindy Brown, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Dorris Brown, Columbia, Ms, Sr.
Ethel Brown, Monticello, Ms, Jr.
Jacqueline Brown, Biloxi, Ms, So.
James Brown, Mendenhall, Ms, Sr.
Jocelyn Brown, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Joe Brown, Meridian, Ms, Jr.
Julia Brown, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Karla Brown, Amory, Ms, Fr.
Katie Brown, Pearl, Ms, Jr.
Keith Brown, Lucedale, Ms, Jr.
Kristie Brown, Petal, Ms, Fr.
Linda Brown, Axis, Al, Sr.
Melissa Brown, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr.
Paula Brown, McComb, Ms, So.
Peter Brown, Birmingham, Al, So.
Roberta Brown, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Rose Brown, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Rosezetta Brown, Durant, Ms, Jr.
Betsy Browne, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Robin Browne, Long Beach, Ms, Fr.
Bill Bruffey, Biloxi, Ms, So.
Michael Bruffey, Biloxi, Ms, Fr.
Calvin Brumfield, McComb, Ms, Jr.
Mary Brumfield, Foxworth, Ms, Fr.
Chris Bennett, New Orleans, La, So.
Emily Bryant, Raleigh, Ms, Jr.
Lenita Bryant, McComb, Ms, So.
Rhonda Bryant, Houston, Ms, Sr.
Terra Bryant, McComb, Ms, Sr.
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Richard Buckman, Pachuta, Ms, Fr.
Gale Budlove, Satartia, Ms, Fr.
Lisa Buell, Vicksburg, Ms, Jr.
Linh Bui, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Shawn Bullard, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Teresa Bullard, Hazlehurst, Ms, Sr.
Lisa Bullock, Columbia, Ms, Fr.
Randell Bullock, Columbia, Ms, Fr.
Susan Bullock, Prentiss, Ms, Jr.
Lynda Buntyn, Moss Point, Ms, Jr.
Nancy Buntyn, Union, Ms, Sr.
Lena Buford, Greenville, Ms, Jr.
Quent Burge, Popularville, Ms, Sr.
Scott Burgess, Brandon, Ms, So.
Zelma Burgess, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Angela Burke, Wiggins, Ms, Fr.
Earl Burke, Vicksburg, Ms, Fr.
Theodore Burke, Mobile, Al, Sr.
Angela Burkett, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Ruthie Burkett, Columbia, Ms, Jr.
Craig Burley, Brandon, Ms, Fr.
Jay Burnell, Sarasota, Fl, So.
Vicky Burnham, Collins, Ms, Sr.
Stephanie Burns, Vicksburg, Ms, So.
Tony Burns, Biloxi, Ms, So.
Deon Burt, Biloxi, Ms, So.
Derrick Burton, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Lisa Burton, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Donald Busby, Picayune, Ms, So.
Cheri Bush, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Elizabeth Bush, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Melissa Bush, Laurel, Ms, Jr.
Temple Bush, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Jonna Butler, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Jeoffrey, Bynum, Taylorsville, Ms, Jr
Amanda Byrd, Brookhaven, Ms, Sr.
Jerome Byrd, Harrisville, Ms, Sr.
Michael Byrd, Perkinston, Ms, Jr.
Thyra Byrd, Pachuta, Ms, Jr.
Vanessa Byrd, Pachuta, Ms, Jr.
Sue Byrkit, Ft. Knox, Ky, So.
Ferris Byxbe, Lumberton, Ms, Jr.
Bruce Cain, Geneva, Al, Jr.
Angela Calder, Brandon, Ms, Sr.
Chris Calhoun, Pascagoula, Ms, Sr.
Trudy Calhoun, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Richard Callahan, Poplarville, Ms, Sr
Kathryn Colvert, Mobile, Al, So.
Dee Cameron, Crystal Springs, Ms, So.
Linda Cameron, Cleveland, Ms, Jr.
Stacy Cameron, Hattisburg, Ms, Fr. i
Westley Cameron, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
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Tonni Campbell, Lumberton, Ms, Jr.
Wendy Campbell, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Hernando Canabal, Columbia, Jr. ,
Chris Canard, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Jeffery Carey, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr.
Kevin Carlisle, Natchez, Ms, Sr. 41- A
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John Carney, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Tammy Carney, Biloxi, Ms, Fr. l
Angela Carpenter, Vicksburg, Ms, Fr.
Christine Carpenter, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Lori Carpenter, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Lauren Carraway, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Charles Carrico, Belleville, ll, Sr.
Carmelita Carroll, Greenville, Ms, Fr.
Frances Carrubba, Long Beach, Ms, Sr. A
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Virginia Casio, Petal, Ms, So.
Lisa Cascio, Seminary, Ms, Fr.
David Castle, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Jaime Castillo, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Donna Castle, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Michele Catchot, Biloxi, Ms, So.
James Cathey, Vicksburg, Ms, Jr.
Valeria Cathey, Vicksburg, Ms, So.
Michael Causey, Jackson, Ms, So.
William Causey, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr.
Luisa Caveda, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Jennifer Caveny, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Victor Cavola, Memphis, Tn, So.
Lillie Certion, Oxford, Ms, Sr.
Jerry Chambers, Mendenhall, Ms, Sr.
Mona Chambers, Forest, Ms, Fr.
Robin Chambers, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Karen Champion, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Mandy Chan, Yazoo City, Ms, Fr.
Kim Chancelor, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Jonathan Chancey, Magee, Ms, Fr.
Tonya Chaney, Millry, Al, So.
Erin Chapman, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Megan Chapman, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Robin Chapman, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Winifred Chapman, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Conner Charles, Brandon, Ms, So.
William Chatham, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Bharat Chatkara, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Pojen Cheng, Hsinchu, Taiwan, Gr.
Koktiong Chew, lpoh, Perak, Jr.
Kristi Childress, Huntsville, Al, So.
Michelle Chiniche, Bay St. Louis, Ms, Fr.
Gerald Christian, Vicksburg, Ms, Jr,
Yew Chua, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sr.
Freddie Chuah, lpoh, Malaysia, Gr.
Ki Wing Chui, Hong Kong, Jr.
Kim Ciano, Pensacola, Fl, So.
Doreen Ciesiel, Seminole, Fl, Sr.
Bruce Clanton, Meadville, Ms, Fr.
Chris Clark, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Eugene Clark, Brandon, Ms, So.
George Clark, Brandon, Ms, Jr.
Gina Clark, Laurel, Ms, Jr.
Jennifer Clark, Sumrall, Ms, Jr.
Lana Clark, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Mary Clark, Ellisville, Ms, Jr.
Raymond Clark, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Russell Clark, Laurel, Ms, Jr.
Sam Clark, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Samuel Clark, Ellisville, Ms, Jr.
Sharon Clark, Sumrall, Ms, So.
Catherine Clearman, New Orleans, La, So
Carol Clifton, Ocean Springs, Ms, Jr.
Connie Clinton, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Christi Clements, Forest, Ms, Fr.
Deborah Clemons, Florence, Ms, Sr.
Richard Cloud, Slidell, La, Sr.
Dennis Cochran, New Augusta, Ms, Jr.
Katherine Cochran, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Romona Cochran, Waynesboro, Ms, Jr.
Robby Cody, Birmingham, Al, Sr.
Gordon Cole, Prentiss, Ms, Sr.
Jacqueline Cole, Dekalb, Ms, Sr.
Lucinda Cole, Dekalb, Ms, Sr.
Robert Cole, Pace, Fl, Sr.
Cassandra Coleman, Ellisville, Ms, Jr
Craig Coleman, Greenville, Ms, Jr.
Kelly Coleman, Natchez, Ms, Fr.
Lacey Coleman, Hazlehurst, Ms, Jr.
Leta Coleman, Mobile, Al, Jr.
Sarah Coleman, Crawford, Ms, Sr.
Nathaniel Collier, Yazoo City, Ms, Sr.
Betty Collins, Summit, Ms, Jr.
Kelly Collins, Pensacola, Fl, Fr.
Lisa G. Collins, Mobile, Ms, Sr.
Lisa M. Collins, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Clint Collom, Vancleave, Ms, Fr.
Bryan Combest, Stonewall, Ms, So.
Suzanne Comegys, Natchez, Ms, Fr.
Roxanne Compton, Texarkana, Tx, Sr.
Jeanette Conerly, McComb, Ms, Sr.
Philip Connell, Meridian, Ms, Jr.
James Conner, Smithdale, Ms, Sr.
Donna Cook, Flint, Mi, Sr.
Donna M. Cook, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Karen Cook, Utica, Ms, Jr.
Kathy Cook, Utica, Ms, Sr.
Kimberly Cook, Lucedale, Ms, Sr.
Suzanne Cook, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Amy Cooley, Columbus, ln, Fr.
Karen Cooley, Columbus, In, Fr.
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Adrienne Cooper, Gulfport, Ms, Jr.
Cynthia Cooper, McComb, Ms, Sr.
Lance Cooper, Clinton, Ms, Sr.
Raewyn Cooper, Opotiki, New Zealand,
Daniel Cooter, Carriere, Ms, Sr.
Swan Copeland, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Mary Corbello, Iowa, La, So.
Odessa Cork, Louise, Ms, Fr.
Wanda Cork, Louise, Ms, Jr.
Wanda E. Cork, Louise, Ms, Jr.
Walter Cotson, Mobile, Al, Jr.
Joseph Cotten, Huntsville, AI, Gr.
David Cotten, Mobile, Al, Fr.
Sammi Couch, Meridian, Ms, Fr.
Amye Coulter, New Hebron, Ms, Fr.
Teresa Coulter, Prentiss, Ms, Jr.
Francis Coulters, Vicksburg, Ms, Sr.
Tonie Ann Coumanis, Mobile, Al, Sr.
Patricia Courtenay, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Kym Courtney, Florence, Ms, Jr.
James Covington, Crawford, Ms, Fr.
Donna Cowan, Natchez, Ms, Jr.
Shari Cowan, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Steven Cowan, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Vincent Cowann, Pascagoula, Ms, Fr.
Carolyn Cowart, Lucedale, Ms, Sr.
Dana Cowart, Ocean Springs, Ms, Fr.
Karen Cowart, Gautier, Ms, Jr.
Rebecca Cowart, Lucedale, Ms, So.
Cami Cox, Columbia, Ms, Fr.
Kathy Cox, Bolton, Ms, Jr.
Tracy Cox, Falkner, Ms, Jr.
Rena Craft, Jayess, Ms, Sr.
Cindy Crane, Clinton, Ms, Sr.
Sheila Crane, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Scott Craven, Collinsville, Ms, Sr.
Buddy Crawford, Jackson, Ms, Jr.
Charles Crawford, Magee, Ms, Fr.
Gerald Crawford, Enterprise, La, Sr.
Kelly Crawford, Pensacola, Ms, Fr.
Tammy Crawford, Pelahatchie, Ms, Jr.
Wanda Creigh, Detroit, Mi, Sr.
Claudia Creekmore,Grenada, Ms, Sr.
Dana Crenshaw, Hernando, Ms, Fr.
Lisa Crenshaw, Brandon, Ms, Jr.
Jay Crew, Jackson, Ms, Jr.
Noreen Crews, Gautier, Ms, Sr.
Jim Criss, Grenada, Ms, Fr.
Paul Crochet, Wiggins, Ms, Sr.
Steven Crower, Ocean Springs, Ms, Fr
Dawn Crowninshield, Biloxi, Ms, Fr.
Jeff Crowninshield, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Eddie Cruthirds, Gulfport, Ms, Jr.
Leslie Cuccaro, Long Beach, Ms, Fr.
Kirk Cuvas, Gulfport, Ms, Jr.
Hew Culley, Meridian, Ms, Fr.
Sandra Culumber, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Brad Cundiff, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Jacob Cunningham, Moss Point, Ms, S
Timothy Currie, Pensacola, Fl, Fr.
Aprile Curry, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Chad Currey, Petal, Ms, Fr.
Candace Curtis, Utica, Ms, Fr.
Chad Curtis, Utica, Ms, Sr.
Dayna Curtis, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Patricia Dalton, Slidell, La, So.
Louis Daniel, Pascagoula, Ms, Sr.
Thomas Daniel, Pascagoula, Ms, Sr.
Troy Daniels, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Angela Dannemueller, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Daphne D'Aquilla, Ocean Springs, Ms,
Anthony Darling, Aurora, SI, Sr.
Shannon Daughdrill, Brandon, Ms, Jr.
Diane Davidson, Pascagoula, Ms, So.
William Davidson, Escataqpa, Ms, Sr.
Paolo Davini, Massarosa, Italy, So.
Angela Davis, Picayune, Ms, So.
Budder Davis, Waynesboro, Ms, Jr.
Deborah Davis, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
June Davis, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Horace Davis, Clarksdale, Ms, Jr.
Karen Davis, Ovett, Ms, Jr.
Karen L. Davis, Mendenhall, Ms, Fr.
Kimberly Davis, Slidell, La, Fr.
Linda Davis, McNeil, Ms, Jr.
Melvin Davis, Quitman, Ms, So.
Mitchell Davis, Lucedale, Ms, Jr.
"Run DMC" Davis, Shannon, Ms, So.
Shannon Davis, Mobile, Al, Sr.
Tammy Davis, Clara, Ms, Fr.
Tina Davis, Jackson, Ms, Jr.
Wendy Davis, Hazlehurst, Ms, Sr.
Amy Day, Jackson, Ms, So.
Dana Davis, San Pedro, Ca, So.
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Michelle DeArmas, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Tamrtha Dean, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Lori Dear, Jackson, Ms, So.
Donald Deaton, Natchez, Ms, Sr.
Greg Dedeaux, Long Beach, Ms, Jr.
Joyce Deer, McComb, Ms, Jr.
Wendy Deemy, Clara, Ms, Jr.
Daniel Deer, Smithdale, Ms, Jr.
Bart deJourdan, Alberta, Canada, Sr.
Michael Dellacroce, Ocean Springs, Ms
Edgar deLos Santos, Gulfport, Ms, So.
Janice Demoruelle, Biloxi, Ms, So.
Jerry Dendinger, Covington, La, So.
Renee Dennis, Brooklyn, Ms, Fr.
William Dent, Quitman, Ms, Fr.
Jennifer Denton, Brooklyn, Ms, Sr.
Melanie Denton, Forest, Ms, Sr.
Joseph Derowan, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Debbie Dewett, McComb, Ms, Sr.
Donald Diboll, Bay St. Louis, Ms, Sr.
James Dickerson, Waynesboro, Ms, Sr.
Kenneth Dickerson, Lucedale, Ms, Sr.
Beth Dickson, Magee, Ms, So.
Thompson Dickson, Magee, Ms, Sr.
Donald Dieckman, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Michael Digiacomy, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Lauren Dill, New Orleans, La, Fr.
Tony Dillard, New Albany, Ms, So.
David Dillard, Laurel, Ms, Jr.
Margaret Dillard, Laurel, Ms, Gr.
Robert Dillard, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Timothy Dillard, New Albany, Ms, So.
Lee Dilley, Long Beach, Ms, Sr.
Jennifer Dillon, Summit, Ms, Sr.
Eric Dilworth, Corinth, Greece, Sr.
John DiStefano, Biloxi, Ms, So.
Laura DiStefano, Natchez, Ms, Jr.
Timothy Dixon, Rome, Ga, Sr.
Janice Doaty, Greenville, Ms, So.
Katie Dobie, Mt. Hermon, La, Jr.
Joyce Dobson, Long Beach, Ms, Jr.
Billy Dodd, Brookhaven, Ms, Sr.
Sandra Doherty, Pendleton, Or, Sr.
Kim Donelson, Jackson, Ms, So.
Scott Doner, Popularville, Ms, Fr.
Chuck Donlin, Pass Christina, Ms, Sr.
Tracie Doody, Slidell, La, Fr.
Alice Dossett, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Leisa Doggette, Laurel, Ms, So.
Dee Dougherty, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr
Dena Douglass, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Kimberly Dowe, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Laurie Downes, Picayune, Ms, Sr.
Curtis Dozier, Laurel, Ms, Sr.
Ruth Drake, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Dan Drane, Live Oak, FI, Sr.
Rex Draughn, Petal, Ms, Sr.
Charlette Dubose, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Chrissy Dubuisson, Metairie, La, Fr.
Terri Ducarpe, Picayune, Ms, Sr.
Suzanne Duck, Liberty, Ms, So.
Tamra Duckworth, Pearl, Ms, Jr.
Shannon Dudley, Laurel, Ms, Fr.
Karen Duffie, Slidell, La, Fr.
Chad Dufrene, Galliano, La, Fr.
Joel Dukes, Gulfport, Ms, Fr.
Monica Dukes, Mobile, AI, Sr.
Carol Cunaway, McComb, Ms, Sr.
Vanessa Dunaway, Jayess, Ms, Sr.
Laura Dungan, Southfield, Mi, Jr.
Kyle Dunlap, Pensacola, Fl, Fr.
Joseph Dunn, Cresteview, Fl, Fr.
Kevin Dunn, Independence, La, Fr.
Sheila Dunn, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Shelly Dunn, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Sudrick Dunn, Meridian, Ms, Fr.
Angela Dunston, Gautier, Ms, So.
Amy Duvall, Waynesboro, Ms, Sr.
Mickey Duvall, Texas City, Tx, Jr.
Daphane Dykes, Brandon, Ms, Fr.
Easy E, Jackson, Ms, Jr.
Clifton Eakes, Meridian, Ms, Gr.
John Eakes, Meridian, Ms, Jr.
Helen Earls, Silver Creek, Ms, Jr.
Monica Easterling, Brandon, Ms, Fr.
Terry Easterling, Vicksburg, Ms, Fr.
Kay Eckert, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr.
Antoinette Echols, Columbia, Ms, Sr.
Larry Edmonds, Wahalak, Ms, Jr.
Lisa Edmonds, Scooba, Ms, Sr.
Stacey Edmunds, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Lawrence Edon, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Andy Edwards, Gulfport, Ms, Jr.
Cindy Edwards, Richton, Ms, Sr.
Cindy R. Edwards, Sulpher, La, Sr.
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Phyllis Egnew, Columbus, Ms, Jr.
Jennifer Ell, Greenville, Ms, So.
Arden Ellis, Columbus, Ms, Jr.
Catherine Ellis, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
David Ellner, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Christy Ellzey, Pascagoula, Ms, Sr.
Anthony Embry, Lambert, Ms, Jr.
Cristy Endsley, Laurel, Ms, Sr.
Yolanda Epps, Cruger, Ms, Fr.
Douglas Ervin, Tylertown, Ms, Sr.
Ronda Erwin, Malvern, Ar, Gr.
Debra Escher, Pascagoula, Ms, Fr.
Thomas Eselin, Pascagoula, Ms, Fr.
Ann Esposito, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Lisa Estapa, Bay St. Louis, Ms, Jr.
Carol Estes, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Lisa Etheridge, Pascagoula, Ms, So.
Ted Evan, Hattiesburg, Ms,
Bernard Evans, West Point, Ms, So.
Deborah Evans, Summit, Ms, So.
Karen Evans, Meridian, Ms, Jr.
Keith Evans, Waynesboro, Ms, Jr.
Tineneta Evans, Moss Point, Ms, Fr.
Pamela Expose, Columbia, Ms, Jr.
Monique Fageins, Senatobia, Ms, Jr
Geoff Fairchild, Pensacola, Fl, So.
Jay Fairley, Petal, Ms, Fr.
Melissa Fairley, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Renee Fallin, Natchez, Ms, Sr.
Cliff Falls, Picayune, Ms, Fr.
Chantal Famularo, New Orleans, La Fr
Kelly Faris, Monticello, Ms, Fr.
Gary Farlow, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Bryan Farmer, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr
Mike Farmer, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Paul Farmer, Bogalusa, La, Sr.
Angela Farragut, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr
Sonja Farrar, Picayune, Ms, Sr.
Loralee Farrior, Pascagoula, Ms, Sr.
Timothy Farris, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
James Farrish, Decatur, Al, Jr.
Lee Farrow, Ocean Springs, Ms, Jr.
Suzette Fayard, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr.
Laura Fazzio, Ocean Springs, Ms, Fr.
Benr lieayin, Citronelle, Al, Sr.
Danny Beemster, Saucier, Ms, So.
Stacy Felder, Summit, Ms, Sr.
Corinne Felton, Fayette, Ms, Sr.
David Ferguson, Brandon, Ms, Sr.
Majroei Ferguson, Woodville, Ms, Jr.
Ellen Ferrell, Huntsville, Al, Jr.
Terri Ficken, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
Brian Filibeck, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Christi Finch, Monticello, Ms, Jr.
Holly Finch, Monticello, Ms, Sr.
Albert Fink, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Robert Finke, Oklahoma, Ok, So.
Prestena Finley, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Alice Fish, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Barry Fisher, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Beverly Fisher, Utica, Ms, Sr.
Sandra Fisher, West, Ms, Sr.
Gene Fitts, Gulfport, Ms, So.
Martin Fitts, Myrtle, Ms, So.
JoAnn Fiveash, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr. .b
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lvon Foster, Pascagoula, Ms, So.
Joseph Foster, Pascagoula, Ms, Fr.
Sonya Fountain, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Tonya Fountain, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Eric Fowler, Gloster, Ms, Sr.
Sandra Fowler, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr.
Laura Fowlkes, Amory, Ms, Sr.
Lamar Foy, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Paul Frasier, Yazoo City, Ms, Jr.
Cynthia France, New Orleans, La, So.
Juan Franco, Cali, Colombia, Sr.
James Franovich, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr.
Stephen Fraser, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr.
Beverly Frates, Paxton, Ne, Gr.
Samuel Frazier, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Joe Free, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Cynthia French, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Larry French, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Tracy Frizzell, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Richard Frye, Brandon, Ms, Fr.
Jessica Fuller, Vader, Wa, Sr.
SI6 Jam Fuller, Starkville, Ms, Sr.
Gary Fulton, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Elmo Gabbert, Meadville, Ms, Jr.
Kristen Gaines, Picayune, Ms, So.
Sandra Gaines, Purvis, Ms, Jr.
Donald Gall, McComb, Ms, Jr.
Byron Galloway, Pearl, Ms, Sr.
Miguel Galo, San Salvador, El Salvador, Sr
Shewana Gamblin, Laurel, Ms, Fr.
Eng Gan, Kuala Humpur, Malaysia, So.
Tina Garbo, Jackson, Ms, Sr.
Angela Garcia, Laurel, Ms, Sr.
Donna Garcia, Slidell, La, Fr.
Jamie Gardner, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Christopher Gardner, Vicksburg, Ms, Jr.
Kimberly Gardner, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Sheila Garland, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Dobie Garrett, Biloxi, Ms, Sr.
Don Garrett, Selma, Al, Jr.
Marlo Garrett, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Valerie Garrett, Gautier, Ms, Jr.
Stan Gartman, Ocean Springs, Ms, Jr.
Patricia Gates, Amory, Ms, Sr.
Sandra Gates, Wiggins, Ms, Fr.
Ted Gates, Ocean Springs, Ms, So.
Tim Gatlin, Myrick, Ms, Sr.
Robert Gaudet, Gulfport, Ms, Jr.
Susan Geisenhoff, Bay Springs, Ms, Sr.
Delores Genetris, Moss Point, Ms, Sr.
Claire Gerald, Gulfport, Ms, So.
James Germany, Laurel, Ms, Sr.
Rachael Gibbs, Pensacola, Fl, Sr.
Angie Gilder, Anguilla, Ms, Sr.
Marilyn Giles, Laurel, Ms, Sr.
Glenda Gill, Brookhaven, Ms, Jr.
Gail Gillespie, Bay St. Louis, Ms, Jr.
Barbara Gilliam, McGehee, Ar, Gr.
Bob Gillott, Carbondale, Pa, Sr.
Christopher Gilmer, Harperville, Ms, Sr.
Kenneth Gilly, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Michelle Gilly, Clinton, Ms, Jr.
Donna Gilmore, Bay St. Louis, Ms, Sr.
Kevin Gilreath, Picayune, Ms, So.
Sharon Gipson, Holly Springs, Ms, Sr.
Walter Gipson, Picayune, Ms, Jr.
Mark Girard, Jackson, Ms, Jr.
Glory Givins, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Robert Glenn, Meridian, Ms, Fr.
Mark Glover, Saraland, Al, Sr.
Karen Gnoose, Canton, Ms, Jr.
Jo Goad, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Laura Goff, Fairport, NY, So.
Catherine Goins, Paulding, Ms, Fr.
Polly Goins, Paulding, Ms, So.
Jennifer Gollott, Biloxi, Ms, Jr.
Natasha Gomez, Vicksburg, Ms, Jr.
Tracy Gomez, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Myron Goode, Mobile, AI, Fr.
Tony Goode, Jackson, Ms, So.
Elizabeth Goodman, Tampa, Fl, Sr.
John Goodrich, Picayune, Ms, So.
Lisa Goodwin, Brookhaven, Ms, Fr.
Sheila Goodwin, Meridian, Ms, So.
Wendy Gordon, Starkville, Ms, Sr.
Renee Gore-Galo, Hattiesburg, Ms, Sr.
Diana Goretski, Ocean Springs, Ms, sr.
Maureen Goretski, Ocean Springs, Ms, So.
Monica Goretski, Ocean Springs, Ms, So.
Donna Gosa, Collierville, Tn, Fr.
Michael Gosha, Laurel, Ms, Fr.
Missy Gowen, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Dawn Graham, Hattiesburg, Ms, Fr.
Felicia Graham, Carthage, Ms, Fr.
Terry Graham, Columbia, Ms, So.
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Venetta Granderson, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Marilyn Granger, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Jeffery Granja, Gautier, Ms, Jr.
Dede Grant, Plaquemine, La, Jr.
D. Paul Gratham, Hattiesburg, Ms, So
Jay Grantham, Gulfport, Ms, Sr.
Laura Graves, Biloxi, Ms, Fr.
Calvin Gray, Natchez, Ms, Fr.
Sonja Gray, Mt. Olive, Ms, So.
Vernica Gray, Lake, Ms, Jr.
Phyllis Grayson, Rolling Fork, Ms, Jr.
Amanda-Jane Green, Fairhope, AI, Sr
Anthony Green, Tchula, Ms, Fr.
Bessie Green, Lexington, Ms, Jr.
Barbara Green, Canton, Ms, Sr.
Dora Green, Laurel, Ms, Jr.
John Green, Hattiesburg, Ms, Jr.
John Green, Magee, Ms, Sr.
Kimberly Green, Pascagoula, Ms, Jr.
Lynette Green, New Orleans, La, Sr.
Richard Green, Hamilton, Oh, Fr.
Rita Green, Heidelburg, Ms, Jr.
Terri Green, Ocean Springs, Ms, Sr.
Thomas, Green, Natchez, Ms, Fr.
Susan Greenlee, Jackson, Ms, Fr.
Scotty Greer, Clinton, Ms, Sr.
Jason Grenn, Hattiesburg, Ms, So.
Julie Grice, Jackson, Ms, So.
Laura Grice, Meridian, Ms, Sr.
Evelyn Griffin, Philadephia, Ms, Jr.
Jackie Griffin, Union, Ms, Sr.
Jennie Griffin, Jackson, MS, So.
Jacqueline Griffith, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Michelle Griffith, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Steffi Griffith, Magee, MS, Sr.
Terrilyn Griffith, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Jayne Grissett, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Robert Groeneveld, Mandeville, LA, So.
Holly Gubert, Franklinton, LA, Fr.
Lisa Guercio, New Orleans, LA, Fr.
Christopher, Guernsey, Pensacola, FL, Jr.
Yvonne Guidroz, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Andrew Guillotte, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Audrey Gully, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Andrew Gunkel, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Cheryl Guthrie, Yazoo City, MS, Sr.
Carla Guttry, Carriere, MS, Jr.
Shayne Haaga, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Ann Hackett, New Orleans, LA, Fr.
Nancy Haines, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Gregory Hall, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Mark Hall, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Perry Hall, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Elizabeth Hallaert, Chicago, IL, So.
Timothy Haller, Gulfport, MS, So.
Kirsti Halvorsen, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Jerry Hamilton, Meadville, MS, Jr.
Kristi Hamilton, Annandale, VA, Jr.
Rodney Hamilton, Pensacola, FL, Jr.
Patricia Hammett, Gulfport, MS, So.
Randy Hammond, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Richard Hammond, Metairie, LA, Fr.
Rusty Hammons, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Robert Hamrick, Newton, MS, Sr.
Ronald Hancock, Pensacola, FL, Fr.
Steven Hand, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Linda Handy, Belzoni, MS, Jr.
Melissa Haney, Cleveland, MS, Sr.
Debora Hankins, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Rhonda Hanks, Vicksburg, MS, So.
Steve Hanneke, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Pamela Hanson, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Scott Harbison, McComb, MS, Sr.
Debra Hardin, Raleigh, MS, Sr.
Carl Hardy, Meridian, MS, So.
Karen Hardy, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Robert Harenski, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Gregory Hargett, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth Harkins, Jackson, MS, Jr.
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Deirdre Harrigill, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Joey Harrington, McComb, MS, Jr.
Dimple Harris, Rienzi, MS, Sr.
Jon Harris, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Marie Harris, Scooba, MS, Sr.
Roger Harris, Summit, MS, Sr.
Stella Harris, Tougaloo, MS, Sr.
William Harris, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Dewayne Harrison, Heidelberg, MS, Sr.
James Harrison, Columbia, MS, Gr.
Paul Harrison, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Sonya Harrison, West Point, MS, Fr.
Douglas Hart, San Bruno, CA, Sr.
Stuart Hartfield, Purvis, MS, So.
Tammy Hartfield, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Sharon Hartgraves, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Connie Harvey, l.ong Beach, MS, Sr.
Scott Harvey, Monticello, MS, Sr.
Thomas Harvey, Prentiss, MS, So.
Tracey Harvey, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Ervin Harville, Selma, AL, Jr.
Said Hashimi, Newton, MS, Sr.
Lori Hasson, Ft. Walton Beach, FL, Sr.
Kevin Hast, Poplarville, MS, Jr.
Steven Hastings, Detroit, Ml, Fr.
Roy Hatten, Vicksburg, MS, Gr.
Rhonda Hatten, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Donna Havens, Vancleave, MS, Sr.
Nancy Havens, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Robert Hawkins, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Dean Hay, Utica, MS, Sr.
Mallie Hays, Vaughn, MS, Jr.
Sonya Haynes, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Amy Hedrick, Newton, MS, Jr.
James Hegwood, Heidelberg, W. Germany Jr
Sylvia Heidingsfelder, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Merry Helgeson, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Stacey Hellen, Franklinton, LA, Fr.
Lisa Helton, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Karlyn Henderson, Jackson, MS, So.
Shanna Henderson, Richton, MS, Sr.
Tammy Henderson, Waynesboro, MS, Jr
James Hennessey, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Lisa Hensarling, Picayune, MS, So.
Beverly Henshaw, Gautier, MS, Fr.
Jeffrey Hentz, Batesville, MS, Jr.
Michael Herrin, Petal, MS, Sr.
Dawn Herring, Stonewall, MS, Sr.
Holly Herrington, Sumrall, MS, Sr.
Timothy Herrington, Pascagoula, MS, Jr
Pamela Hess, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Charles Hewes, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Debora Henderson, Collins, MS, So.
Andrew Hickman, Gulf Breeze, FL, Sr.
Sonja Hickman, Chicago, IL, Sr.
Kelly Hicks, Clinton, MS, Sr.
Dixie Higgs, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Michael Higgs, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Carmen Hill, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Carol Hilliard, Oxford, MS, Fr.
Carol Hill, Quitman, MS, Jr.
Connie Hill, Petal, MS, Jr.
Gloria Hill, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Jeff Hill, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Tanya Hill, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Terri Hill, Bogalusa, LA, So.
April Hilton, Summit, MS, Jr.
Christie Hinds, Greenwood, MS, Fr.
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No Name Given, Romeoville, IL, Jr.
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No Name Given, Romeoville, IL, Jr.
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Greg Hinton, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Michael Hinton, Richton, MS, Sr.
Teresa Hinton, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Tracy Hinton, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Richard Hitt, Raymond, MS, Jr.
Tian Fui Ho, Malaysia, Gr.
Allison Hodges, Columbus, MS, Jr.
Melissa Hodges, Wiggins, MS, So.
Sheri Hoerner, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Hollis Hoffman, New Orleans, LA, So.
Veronica Hogsett, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Jane Hokanson, Slidell, LA, So.
Susan Holcombe, Deer Park, AL, Sr.
Michelle Holden, Bogalusa, LA, Fr.
Desonta Holder, Lumberton, MS, So.
Donna Holder, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
Jennifer Holder, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Bill Holifield, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
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John Holladay, Gulf Breeze, FL, Jr.
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Jack Hollingsworth Ill, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Jacqueline Hollins, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Markita Holloway, Gulf Breeze, FL, Sr.
Melissa Holloway, Petal, MS, Fr.
Thomas Holloway, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Better Holmes, Seekenk, MA, Sr.
Henry Holmes, Matchez, MS, Jr.
Patricia Holmes, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Yolanda Holmes, Edwards, MS, Jr.
Nancy Holtz, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Renee Homeyer, Greenwood, MS, Mr.
Tonita Hopkins, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
William Hopkins, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Royal Hood, Utica, MS, So.
Virginia Hoover, Pickens, MS, Sr.
Maureen Horgan, Ft. Walton Beach, FL, Sr.
Bridget Horn, Natchez, MS, Jr.
Maretta Horne, Soso, MS, So.
Rosemari Horn, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Verlena Horton, Silver Creek, MS, Sr.
Belinda Hosey, Bay Springs, MS, Sr.
Derrick House, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Nineer Houston, Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Lisa Hover, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
JoAnne Howard, Meridian, MS, So.
Kasey Howard, Lauderdale, MS, Jr.
Bradley Howell, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Derrek Howell, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Krandall Howell, McComb, MS, Sr.
Hope Howell, McComb, MS, Jr.
Lisa Hoyt, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Benny Hubbard, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Monica Hubler, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Kristi Hudnall, Centreville, MS, So.
Lesley Hudson, Jackson, MS, So.
Renee Huey, Petal, MS, Fr.
Mark Huff, Puckett, MS, Sr.
Meisha Huff, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Monica Huff, Anywhere, MS, Fr.
Erick Hueck, Miami, FL, Sr.
Mark Hugel, Carriere, MS, So.
John Hughes, Laurel, MS, So.
Pamela Hughes, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Ray Hughes, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Sybil Hughes, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Teresa Hull, DeKalb, MS, Sr.
Deborah Hultz, Millington, TN, So.
John Hunter, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Dana Hurst, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Camille Hymel, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Steve Ice, New Orleans, LA, Jr.
Julia llewski, Gulport, MS, Jr.
Herman Ingram, Franklinton, LA, So.
James Ingram, New Orleans, LA, Sr.
Laura Ingram, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Karen Innis, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Temple Innis, Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
Takeo Inoue, Himejr, Japan, Cir.
Touraj Iranipour, Tampa, FL, Gr.
Rachel Irwin, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Max Isa, Monroe, LA, Sr.
Sara Ishee, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Karla Ivey, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Christy Jackson, Milton, FL, Fr.
Corinthian Jackson, Carthage, MS, So.
Jacqueline Jackson, Robertsdale, AL, Fr.
Joni Jackson, Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
Linda Jackson, Edwards, MS, Jr.
Pamela Jackson, Canton, MS, So.
Russell Jackson, Franklinton, LA, So.
Shirley Jackson, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Tina Jackson, Bay Springs, MS, Sr.
William Jackson, Sardis, MS, Sr.
Benjamin James, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Chiquita James, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Janice James, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Sherri James, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Llana Janowsky, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Michael Janus, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Esther Jarrell, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Sonja Jarrell, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Robert Jaruge, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, So.
David Jaskolski, Madison, MS, Sr.
Cindy Jefcoat, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Lu Ellen Jefferis, Jackson, MS, Gr.
Mickey Jefferson, Laurel, MS, So.
Donald Jeffries, Milton, FL, Jr.
Jean Jelks, Centreville, MS, Jr.
Kenneth Jelks, Centreville, MS, Sr.
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Amy Jenkins, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Lavell Jenkins, Columbus, MS, Jr.
James Jennings, Taylorsville, MS, Jr.
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Andre Johnson, Wiggins, MS, Sr.
Charles Johnson, Philadelphia, MS, Fr.
Clarence Johnson, Clarksdale, MS, Sr.
David Johnson, Valley Park, MS, Fr.
Dexter Johnson, Canton, MS, So.
Dub Johnson, Pearl, MS, Gr.
Ellen Johnson, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Gina Johnson, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Julie Johnson, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Kim Johnson, Jackson, MS, So.
Kim Johnson, Jackson, MS, So.
Lori Johnson, Vancleave, MS, So.
Malcolm Johnson, Pace, MS, So.
Marilyn Johnson, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Melina Johnson, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Michael Johnson, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Monica Johnson, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Robert Johnson, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Robin Johnson, Pelahatchie, MS, Jr.
Sabrina Johnson, Bruce, MS, Fr.
Susan Johnson, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Teresa Johnson, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Timothy Johnston, Brandon, MS, Sr.
David Jolly, Richton, MS, Sr.
Abby Jones, Roxie, MS, Jr.
Adriane Jones, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Ava Jones, Smithdale, MS, So.
Brenda Jones, Petal, MS, So.
Rynia Jones, Florence, MS, Fr.
Cindy Jones, Summit, MS, Jr.
Cynthia Jones, Star, MS, So.
Darla Jones, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
David Jones, Garden Grove, CA, Sr.
Debra Jones, Greensboro, NC, Sr.
Dena Jones, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Freddie Jones, Lula, MS, Sr.
Freddie Jones, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Julie Jones, Milton, FL, So.
Keith Jones, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Kelvin Jones, Columbus, MS, Jr.
Kenn Jones, Pearl River, LA, Jr.
Kenneth Jones, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr
LeaAnn Jones, Port Gibson, MS, Jr.
Marci Jones, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Marcus Jones, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Marilyn Jones, Victoria, MS, Fr.
Melanie Jones, Walnut Grove, MS, Fr
Mickey Jones, Forest. MS, Sr.
Phyllis Jones, Maben, MS, Sr.
Rosemarie Jones, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Sam Jones, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Scott Jones, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Shannon Jones, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Stacie Jones, Destin, FL, Fr.
Stephanie Jones,Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Diane Jones, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Victoria Jones, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr
Brian Jordan, Lacombe, LA, Jr.
James Jordan, Warner Robins, GA, Sr
Jay Jordan, Seminary, MS, Jr.
Jimmy Jordan, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Kimberley Jordan, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Patricia Jordan, Greenville, MS, So.
Terry Jordan, Laurel, MS, So.
Wendy Jordan, Belzoni, MS, Fr.
Trey Joseph, Dallas, TX, Sr.
Jerald Joseph, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Daryl Joyce, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Brian Kaczmarek, Waukesha, Wl, Fr. .
Kristin Kaskie, Forest, MS, Sr.
Linda Kauffman, Gautier, MS, So.
Victoria Kauses, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Daniel Kavan, Des Moines, IA, Fr.
Andrew Kay, Stockport, England, Gr.
Sammy Kay, Corinth, MS, Jr.
Sheila Keeler, Mayport, FL, Sr.
Kyle Keene, Carrolton, MS, So.
Kerin Keeter, Clinton, MS, Jr.
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Detra Kelly, Cleveland, OH, Sr.
Marilyn Kelly, Greenville, MS, So.
Nettie Kelly, Gloster, MS, Jr.
Amanda Kendrick, Petal, MS, Fr.
John Kendrick, Edwards, MS, Sr.
Jacqueline Kennedy, Washington, D.C., Jr lr
Pamela Kennedy, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Stephanie Kennedy, Petal, MS, So.
Willie Kennedy, Jr., Lucedale, MS, Sr.
Russell Kent, Mandeville, LA, Jr.
Ames Kergosien, Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr
Jay Kerrick, Pensacola, FL, Sr.
Cheri Kettinger, Monroe, MI, Jr.
Kellie Kervin, Laurel, MS, So.
Robert Key, Baton Rouge, LA, So.
Stacy Keyes, Lucedale, MS, Sr.
Stephanie Keyes, Jackson, MS, So.
Morris Keyseear, Carriere, MS, Sr.
Saeed Khoshgoo, Iran, Tehran, Jr.
Monk Kidd, Quitman, MS, Jr.
Tonya Kietzman, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Patricia Kilgore, Laurel, MS, Fr.
Jeff Killebrew, Meredian, MS, Jr.
Thaddeus Kilpatick, Bosco, LA, Sr.
Cindy Kinard, Jackson, MS, Jr.
John Kinberg, Gulfport, MS, So.
Craig Kindrat, Manitoba, Canada, Gr.
Jimmy King, Magee, MS, Sr.
Karen King, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Karla King, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Kristy King, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Larry King, Magee, MS, Fr.
Mildred King, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Robert King, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Robin King, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Tony King, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Jeff Kinsella, Orlando, FL, Jr.
John Kinsey ll Gautier, MS, Fr.
Kristin Kirby, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Mary Kirkland, Perkinston, MS, Jr.
Michael Kirkland, Philadelphia, MS, Jr.
Robert Kiser, Chernobyl, MS, Jr.
Sharon Kitchens, Seminary, MS, Fr.
Donald Kittrell, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Alfreda Kizer, Byhalia, MS
Jennifer Kizer, Byhalia, MS, Fr.
Andrew Klassfen, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Sandra Kloske, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Kathy Klusendorf, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Amy Knight, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Carey Knight, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Havon Knight, Taylorsville, MS, Fr.
Mary Knight, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Brian Knippers, Tylortown, MS, Sr.
Chet Knippers, Tylortown, MS, Sr.
Steven Knotts, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Timothy Koehn, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Kay Koeppel, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Kim Kolinsky, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Ren Kolka, Jackson, MS, So.
Beth Koschar, Florence, MS, Jr.
Marian Krishack, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Gerald Kucia, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Roderick Kwan, Moorhead, MS, Sr.
Phong La, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Cherie Ladner, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Everette Ladner, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Jason Ladner, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Kimberly Ladner, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Mark Ladner, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr.
Regina Ladner, Pass Christian, MS, So.
Joseph Ladnier lll, Bayon LaBatre, AL, Sr
Tim LaFramboise, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Fred Lagroue, New Orleans, LA, Sr.
Todd Laiche, Petal, MS, Fr.
Debra Laier, Mobile, AL, So.
Smauel Laird, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Wiley Lamber, Petal, MS, So.
Denise Lambert, Semmes, AL, So.
Eric Lamm, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Mary Land, Columbus, MS, Jr.
Lia Landrum, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Deborah Landry, Pass Christian, MS, Jr
Charles Lane, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Melody Lane, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Michael Lane, Nowhere, MS, Fr.
Sandra Lang, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Lori Langford, Irving, TX, So.
Lara Langlow, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Tara Langston, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Vince Lanoue, Shreveport, LA, Sr.
Andrea Laphand, Quitman, MS, Sr.
Brian Larsen, Pensacola, FL, Fr.
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Kimberly Laub, Slidell, LA, Jr.
Dwight Laubscher, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Ray Lauga, Arabi, LA, Fr.
James Lawrence, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Mary Lawrence, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Pamela Lawyer, Vicksburg, MS, So.
Kathy Lay, Florence, MS, Jr.
David LeBlanc, Plaquemine, LA, Fr.
Lalisa Ledlow, Tupelo, MS, So.
Angela Lee, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Missi Lee, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Paula Lee, Columbus, MS, Fr.
Susan Lee, Petal, MS, So.
Trina Lee, Picayune, MS, So.
Wen-Der Lee, Taiwan, R.O.C., Sr.
Yzuk-Mui Lee, Hong Kong, Gr.
John Lefevre, Houma, LA, Sr.
Terri Legg, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Greg Leggett, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Shaun Leland, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Dan Leonard, McComb, MS, Sr.
Henry Leonard, Mt. Olive, MS, Fr.
Kok Man Lew, Malaysia, So.
Leighton Lewis, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Marvin Lewis, Lexington, MS, Jr.
Michael Lewis, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Scott Lewis, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Silas Lewis, Monticello, MS, Sr.
Steven Lewis, Madison, MS, Jr.
Tina Lewis, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Veronica Lewis, Monroe, LA, Gr.
Vicki Lewis, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Deborah Leyda, Atlanta, GA, Sr.
Dave Likins, New Orleans, LA, Jr.
Michael Lilly, Columbus, OH, Sr.
Cheng Feng Lim, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Kuen-Hwang Lin, Taiwan, R.O.C., Sr.
Ren-Jon Taipei, Taiwan, Gr.
Sherry Lindigrin, Clinton, MS, So.
Deborah Lindsey, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Julie Lindsey, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Misha Lingle, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Sherry Lipsey, Smithdale, MS, So.
David Little, Peta, MS, Jr.
David Lloyd, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
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Debra Lobrano, Centreville, MS, Sr.
Jack Lobrano, Centreville, MS, So.
Sharon Lock, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Elizabeth Locke, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Karin Lofton, Madison, MS, Fr.
Stephanie Lofton, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Vivian Lofton, Pulaski, MS, Jr.
Jeff Loftus, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Donald Logan, Jr., Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Tracy Logan, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Kum Wah Loh, Malaysia,Jr.
Helene Loiacano, Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Ann Loney, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Tara Long, Jackson, MS, Gr.
Scotty Long Handles, Hazlehurst, MS, Sr.
Karen Lorona, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Amy Lossett, Carriere, MS, Sr.
Lamar Lott, Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Rita Lott, Ruleville, MS, Jr.
Darryl Love, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Gregory Love, Southhaven, MS, So.
Kelly Love, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Kelvin Love, Dekalb, MS, Jr.
Raymond Love, Summit, MS, Sr.
Sondra Love, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Virginia Love, Laurel, MS, So.
Stacy Loveless, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Lisa Lovell, Clinton, MS, Sr.
James Lowe ll, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Maelang Lowe, Columbiana, MS, Jr.
Sammy Lowe, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Treva Lowery, Mendenhall, MS, So.
Judi Lubritz, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Kathy Lucas, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Mark Lucchesi, Memphis, TN, Fr.
Greg Lucia, Pensacola, FL, Sr.
Latrina Luckett, Canton, MS, Fr.
Jack Luckey, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Suzanne Lumpkin, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Mary Lundy, Philadelphia, MS, Sr.
Judy Lung, Kaoshung, Taiwan, Sr.
Victoria Lusardi, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Sheila Lusher, Independence, MS, Fr.
Buu Q. Ly, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Lan N. Ly, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Gomer Lyle, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Linda Lyle, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Alan Lytle, Covington, LA, Jr.
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Art McAlpin, Magee, MS, Sr.
Lorraine McAuthor, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Bambi McBrayer, Enterprise, MS, So.
Michelle McCall, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Belle McCann, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Laura McCann, Hazlehurst, MS, So.
Stacy McCann, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Timothy McCann, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Patrick McCarron, Ft. Walton Beach, FL,
Earl McCarty, Stringer, MS, Jr.
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Milton McClendon, Forest, MS, Sr.
Janice McCoy, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Philip McCoy, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Sandra McCoy, Richton, MS, Jr.
Tony McCraney, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Rebecca McCrary, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Elyse McCrory, Yazoo City, MS, Jr.
James McCrory, Selma, AL, So.
Scott McCrory, Selma, AL, Sr.
Lisa McDaniel, Franklinton, LA, Fr.
Mike McDaniel, Magnolia, MS, Sr.
Nathan McDaniel, Kentwood, La, Sr.
Robert McDaniel, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Sherri McDaniel, Tupelo, MS, So.
Carolyn McDermott, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Deidre McDonald, Jackson, MS, Fr. 5 '
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Mark McDonald, Covington, LA, Jr. Y I
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Doug McElroy, Columbia, MS, Jr.
James McElvania, Slidell, LA, So.
Janice McFalls, Columbia, MS, Gr.
Tis "icFar'and, Port St. Joe, FL, So.
L3 ..n McFarland, West Point, MS, Fr.
Charlotte McGaffery, McComb, MS, Fr.
Jason McGee, Goodman, MS, Sr.
John McGee, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Patricia McGee, Tupelo, MS, So.
Randy McGee, Laurel, MS, So.
Jeffrey McGhee, McComb, MS, Sr.
Jack McGill, Harrisville, MS, Jr.
John McGirt, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Loletha McGowan, Foxworth, MS, So.
Sherry McGowan, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Tjuana McGregory, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Jackie McHenry ll, Stonewall, MS, So.
Vencia Mclntyre, Moss Point, MS, Fr.
Leslie Mclnvale, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Scott McKay, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Michael McKinion, Collinsville, MS, Sr.
Steve McKinney, Robertsdale, AL, Jr.
Robert McKlenwry, Hernando, MS, Jr.
Tonda McLaughlin, Waynesboro, MS, Sr.
Charlene McLaurin, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
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Mike McMichaez, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Charmaine McMillan, Forest, MS, Sr.
Melynda McMillan, Forest, MS, Fr.
Derick McMillian, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Felicia McMillian, Meridian, MS, Jr.
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Michael McMullan, Decatur, MS, Sr.
Sherri McMullan, Decatur, MS, So.
Kimberly McNair, Pelham, AL, Fr.
Scott McNally, New Orleans, LA, So.
Robert Mcltlaron, Biloxi, MS, So.
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Shelia McNeese, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Robin McNeil, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Angelia McRaney, Mt. Olive, MS, Sr.
Brenda McRaney, New Hebron, MS, Fr.
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Angela Madden, Brandon, MS, So.
April Maddox, Magee, MS, Fr.
LeeAnn Madison, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Steve Madrid, Jackson, MS, So.
Lisa Magee, Sandy Hook, MS, Sr.
Michael Magee, Belden, MS, Jr.
Doris Magee, Bogalusa, LA, Fr.
Sheryl Magee, Franklinton, LA, So.
Stacye Magee, Tylertown, MS, Sr.
Willie Magee ll, Collins, MS, Fr.
Michelle Maggiano, Clinton, MS, Fr.
Dee Dee Maisel, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Molly Mallett, Gautier, MS, Jr.
Janet Mandrell, Chicago, IL, Sr,
Kimberley Mandrell, Chicago, lL, So.
Vince Mangold, Hazlehurst, MS, Sr.
Roland Mann, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth Mann, Largo, FL, Sr.
Timothy Mann, Largo, FL, Sr.
Scott Manning, Petal, MS, Fr.
Stephanie Manning, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Moira Mapes, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Elisa Marble, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Joseph Mardis, Grenada, MS, Fr.
Lise Marganski, Boston, MA, Fr.
Zodiac Mark, Sandy Hook, MS, Fr.
Leigh Marrero, Huntsville, AL, Sr.
Annette Marshall, Columbus, MS, So.
Donna Marshall, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Linda Marshall, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Mary Martella, Jackson, MS, So.
Angela Martin, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Cedric Martin, Little Rock, AR, Jr.
Laura Martin, Jackson, MS, So.
Nancy Martin, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Patty Martin, Bronx, NY, Jr.
Kathleen Martinez, Dallas, TX, Jr.
Bill Massey, Petal, MS, Fr.
Bryan Massey, Magee, MS, Sr.
Krystal Massey, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Robert Matheny, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Brian Matherne, Hahnville, LA, Jr.
Darlene Mathis, Crystal Springs, MS, Jr.
Michael Mathis, Magee, MS, Fr.
Vanessa Mathis, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Kelly May, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Becky Mayfield, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Mary Mayfield, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Steven Meadows, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Christopher Means, Morton, MS, Sr.
Douglas Meek, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Mimi Meeks, Corinth, MS, Jr.
Michelle Meitzler, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Melissa Meskimen, Gautier, MS, Jr.
Melissa Methrin, Terry, MS, Sr.
Allan Metz, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Eva Metz, Waveland, MS, Sr.
Steven Metzdorf, Orlando, FL, So.
Kelly Michael, Anywhere, MS, So.
Kimberly Michel, Ocean Springs, MS, So
Scott Middlebrook, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Julie Middlebusher, Fairhope, AL, Fr.
Tracy Middlestead, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Don Middleton, Mobile, AL, Jr.
Deanna Miles, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Jacqueline Millender, Moss Point, MS, Sr
Cindy Miller, Gulfport, MS, So.
Harold Miller, Seminary, MS, Sr.
John Miller, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Leslie Miller, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Warren Miller, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Donna Mills, Richton, MS, So.
Bridget Milton, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Jerry Milton, Biloxi, MS, So.
Linda Minchew, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Christina Minter, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Donn Mitchell, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Dorothy Mitchell, Clarksdale, MS, Jr.
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Tina Mitchell, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Willis Mitchell, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Sebastian Mixon, Mobile, AL, Jr.
Carla Moak, Summit, MS, Jr.
Stacy Moak, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Regina Moberg, Lumberton, MS, Jr.
Stephanie Mobley, Slidell, LA, So.
Timothy Moffatt, Wiggins, MS, Jr.
Lyvita Moffett, Bay Springs, MS, Sr.
Paul Mollere, Gulfport, MS, So.
Ellen Molstad, Florence, MS, Jr.
Jariya Mongkoladisai, Thailand, Gr.
Debra Monohon, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Angel Monsalve, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Chandler Montgomery, Baton Rouge, LA, So
Lisa Montgomery, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Pamela Montgomery, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Patricia Montgomery, McComb, MS, Sr.
William Montgomery, Long Beach, MS, Sr
Rhonda Morgan, Heidelberg, MS, Sr.
David Morrison, McComb, MS, Jr
William Moody, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Katie Mooney, Greenville, MS, Sr.
Andrew Moore, Richton, MS, Sr.
Lynne Moore, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Hallie Moore, Clinton, MS, So.
Jennifer Moore, West Point, MS, Fr.
Keith Moore, McCall Creek, MS, Sr.
Mary Moore, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Michael Moore, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Rebekah Mooney, Hattiesburg, MS,
Stanley Moore, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Stephanie Moore, Mobile, AL, Jr.
Tara Moore, Meadville, MS, Sr.
Angela Moran, Pass Christian, MS, Fr.
Loni Moran, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Patti Moran, Kiln, MS, Jr.
Kerri Mordica, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Jennifer Moree, El Dorado, AR, Fr.
Melissa Moreno, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Ted Moret, Sparta, NJ, Sr.
Kimberly Morgan, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Melinda Morgan, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Michael Morgan, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Rochelle Morris, Batesville, MS, So.
Charles Morrow, Sebastopol, MS, Sr.
Sarah Morrow, Purvis, MS, Jr.
Alan Moses, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Chase Moses, Gulfport, MS, So.
Monica Mosher, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Debbie Moss, Laurel, MS, Fr.
Michelle Moss, Tampa, FL, So.
Alison Mote, McComb, MS, Sr.
Frances Mott, Mendenhall, MS, So.
Yolanda Moulds, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Cynthia Mozee, Jackson, MS, Gr.
Brian Mulhearn, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Harry Mullen, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Mark Mullen ll, Pearl, MS, Fr.
Thomas Mullen, Hazlehurst, MS, Jr.
Theresa Mullins, Tyler, TX, Gr.
Laurie Mullis, Hattiesburg, MS Sr.
Oscar Munch, Branford, FL, Sr.
Emily Murphy, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Jamie Mustain, Los Angeles, CA, Sr.
John Myatt IV, Purvis, MS, Sr.
Charlotte Myers, Jayess, MS, So.
Peyton Myers, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Steven Myers, Biloxi, MS. Jr.
Traci Mynatt, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Rena Nance, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Karla Napier, Harrison, MI, So.
Christopher Nash, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Candice Neal, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Darryl Neal, Tchula, MS, Fr.
Arvita Necaise, Pass Christian, MS, Fr.
Rance Necaise, Necaise Crossing, MS, So.
Julie Neely, Florence, MS, Jr.
Angela Nelson, Shubuta, MS, Fr.
Chantel Nelson, Crystal Springs, MS, So.
Herman Nelson, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
John Nelson, Libertyville, IL, Fr.
Paul Nelson, Lake Charles, LA, So.
Russell Nelson, Meadville, MS, Fr.
Deborah Nettles, Meridian, MS, So.
Harold Netto, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr.
Dan Newcomb, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Lisa Newell, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
William Newell, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Joseph Newsom, New Hebron, MS, Sr.
Elaine Newton, Yazoo City, MS, Sr.
Karen Nichols, Purvis, MS, Jr.
Melissa Nichols, Magee, MS, Jr.
Robelyn Nicholson, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
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E.J. Nodurft, Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr.
Todd Noe, Oanville, KY, Jr.
Kathy Noel, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Hoang-Loan Noyen, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Tanya Nolan, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Donald Norris, Merritt Island, FL, So.
Richard Norris, Clio, Ml, Sr.
William Norris, Lake City, FL, Gr.
Steve Novak, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Kelvin Nunn, Poplarville, MS, Sr.
Elaine Nunley, Lake, MS, Jr.
Simflex Nyame, Ghana, Sr.
John Nye, Brandon, MS, So.
Dena O'Bannon, Forest, MS, Sr.
Mona O'Bannon, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Catherine O'Connor, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Terri 'Connor, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Henry Odenwald, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Angela Odom, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Darren Odom, Chicago, IL, So.
Virginia O'Gwynn, Sumrall, MS, Fr.
David Oiverl, Wiggins, M, So.
Kevin Olesen, Biloxi, MS, So.
Maurice Oliver, Birmingham, AL, So.
Windy Oliver, Pickens, MS, So.
Michealline Oliverius, Mendenhall, MS,
Steven O'Malley, Kenner, LA, Fr.
Celia O'Neal, Poplarville, MS, Sr.
Michele O'Neal, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Christopher O'Neill, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Mark Orfila, Pearl River, LA, Jr.
Rebecca Orfila, Pearl River, LA, So.
Melinda Ory, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Lynn Osley, Biloxi, MS, So.
Dawn Otis, Prentiss, MS, Fr.
Nickle Overby, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Russlyn Owen, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Walter Owen, Quitman, MS, Jr.
Kim Owens, Oak Ridge, TN, Jr.
Michael Owens, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Kecia Pace, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Dwayne Packer, Mobile, AL, So.
Christine Paciera, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Elizabeth Page, Picayune, MS, So.
Penny Paige, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Debbie Palmer, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
John Palmerton, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Yoke-Kuang Pang, Signapore, Fr.
Roger Parish, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Amanda Parker, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Andrea Parker, Vicksburg, MS, So.
Dave Parker, McComb, MS, Fr.
Jacqueline Parker, Madison, MS, Jr.
Marcia Parker, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Teresa Parker, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Tina Parker, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Scott Pastrano, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Stephen Pate, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Sima Patel, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
DeeDee Patterson, Biloxi, MS, So.
Kimberly Patterson, Brandon, MS, So.
Kimberly Patterson, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr
Monica Patterson, Cleveland, MS, So.
Steven Patterson, Laurel, MS, Jr.
April Patton, Jackson, MS, So,
Philip Patureau, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Bill Paul, Greenville, SC, Jr.
Kelly Paul, Bay Saint Louis, MS, Gr.
Jacob Payne, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Kent Pawlak, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Karen Pearson, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Scott Pearson, Huntsville, AL, Sr.
Eddie Peasant, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Gary Peoples, Jackson, MS, So.
Eugenio Perez, Maracaibo, Venezuela, Sr
Rennie Perez, North Miami Beach, FL, Jr
Lynda Perez-Venero, Vienna, Austria, So
Cassandra Perkins, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Marietta Perkins, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Michele Perez, Gautier, MS, So.
Sonia Perkins, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Donna Perry, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Jacqueline Perry, Anderson, SC, Jr.
Lazonia Perry, North Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Newton Perry, Gilbertown, AL, Jr.
Pamela Perry, Gulfport, MS, So.
Deborah Persons, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Donna Pertuit, McComb, MS, Sr.
Karen Peterson, Waveland, MS, Jr.
Chris Petro, Fort Worth, TX, Fr.
Carol Peyton, Laurel, MS, Jr.
John Peyton, Hernando, MS, Gr.
Long, Pham, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Charles Pehlps, McComb, MS, Sr.
Sandra Pehlps, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Shannon Phifer, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Jeffrey Phieffer, Wading River, NY, Fr.
Anita Phillips, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Hank Phillips, Crestview, FL, Sr.
Wade Phillips, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Randall Phillips, Brandon, MS, So.
Tracy Phillips, Jayess, MS, Jr.
Wesley Phillips, Jackson, MS, Sr.
April Philpot, Madison, MS, Sr.
Guido Picasso lll, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Frances Pickens, Philadelphia, MS, Sr.
Bethany Pickett, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Letitia Pierce, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Stephen Pierce, Jackson, AL, Jr.
Scott Pierson, Gulf Breeze, FL, Sr.
Jeffrey Pittman, Slidell, LA, Sr.
Lahoma Pittman, Sandy Hook, MS, So.
Marrcellus Pittman, Sandy Hook, MS, So
Scarlett Pittman, Florence, MS, Fr.
Tiffany Pittman, Foxworth, MS, So.
Derek Pitts, Eufaula, AL, Sr.
Melissa Pitts, Miami Beach, FL, Fr.
Anthony Pogue, Pearl, MS, So.
Michelle Poirier, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
William Polidore, Garwood, NJ, So.
James Polk, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
June Polk, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Larry Ponder, Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Mike Poole, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Timothy Poole, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Bonnie Pope, Angie, LA, Gr.
Kimberly Pope, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Robert Pope, Braxton, MS, Jr.
Jeannie Porche, Ocean Springs, MS,
Adam Porter, Meridian, MS, Fr.
Joynn Porter, Waynesboro, MS, Jr.
Kristi Porter, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Sandra Pounds, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Scott Powell, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Bill Powell, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Debbie Praet, Meridian, MS, So.
Roman Prater, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Robert Praino, Montour Falls, N. Y., Gr.
Veronica Presley, Enterprise, MS, Jr.
Ben Preston, Clinton, MS, Jr.
Elaine Pride, Enterprise, MS, So.
Michelle Price, Gulfport, MS, So.
Cheryl Prichard, Oalcleidge, TN, Sr.
Lori Pridgen, Samson, AL, Sr.
Gina Priest, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Alba Prieto, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jr.
Elizabeth Pritchard, Belzoni, MS, Jr.
Delwyn Preett, Mendenhall, MS, Sr.
Steve Pruett, Mendenhall, MS,
Pamela Puckett, Bassfield, MS, So.
Regina Puckett, Chunck, MS, Jr.
Maria Puente-Guzman, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Edward Pugh, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Patrica Purser, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Susan Quarles, Northport, AL, Sr.
Jennifer Quayle, McComb, MS, Jr.
Yolanda Quinn, Tylertown, MS, Sr.
Gene Quintois, Glens Fall, NY, Sr.
Rick Raborn, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Jon Radloff, Denver, CO, Jr.,
Gordon Ragan, Jackson, MS, Sr.
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Monica Rainer, New Orleans, LA, So.
Felicia Ramos, Mobile, AL, So.
Charles Ramsay, Mt. Olive, MS, Sr.
John Ransom, Jackson, MS, So.
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Lea Rashka, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
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Carolyn R. Ray, Louise, MS, Fr.
James M. Ray, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Patricia A. Raymond, Florence, MS, Fr.
Peyton Diane Readman, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Ervin Lee Ready, Richton, MS, Jr.
Janet Kay Reagan, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Dwayne Edward Redman, Vicksburg, MS, Gr.
Berkeley Ramon Redmon, Greeneville, MS, Fr.
Gina L. Redondo, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Hillman Reed, Yazoo City, MS, Fr.
Stephanie L. Reed, Clinton, MS, Fr.
Sharon Reunetta Reese, Bay Springs, MS, Jr.
James Christopher Reeve, Mount Olive, MS, Sr.
Raymond Reeves, New Orleans, LA, Sr.
Amy E. Rehg, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Eron Carl Reid, Petal, MS, Fr.
Lance Claude Reid, Lucedale, MS, Fr.
Terri Stacey Reid, Centreville, MS, Jr.
Paul Allen Rester, Bogalusa, LA, Sr.
Denise Reuben, Pelahatchie, MS, Sr.
Jackie Reyes, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Dorothy Lee Reynolds, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Angela Jean Rhodes, Florence, MS, Fr.
Beth Crump Ribelin, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Angela D. Rice, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Jan L. Rich, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Lelia Beth Rich, Richton, MS, Fr.
Rhonda D. Richard, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Stephen Arthur Richards, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Charles Scott Richardson, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Margie Patricia Richardson, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Patricia Richardson, Slidell, LA, Fr.
Tracy L. Richardson, Jackson, MS, So.
Charlene B. Richie, Bratton, MS, So.
John Wade Richmond, Galliano, LA, Fr.
Susan Eloise Ricks, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Kimberly Kaye Riddle, Vicksburg, MS, So.
James W. Ridgway, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Ronald Ridley, Summit, MS, Jr.
Shannon Rigby, Port Gibson, MS, Sr.
Elizabeth Riles, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Melissa Riley, Byhalia. MS, Fr.
Rebecca Riley, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Stephanie Riley, Aguadilla, Pureto Rico, Jr
Steve Riley, San Sebastian, Puerto Rico, Sr.
Kimberly Risher, Forest, MS, Fr.
Deron Risinger, Picayune, MS, Fr.
Ferron Risinger, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Caesar Rivers, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Timothy Roarty, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Hal Robbins, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Sherry Roberson, Lexington, MS, Fr.
Amelda Roberts, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Melanie Roberts, Detroit, Michigan, So.
Penny Roberts, Avera, MS, Sr.
Tony Roberts, Monticello, MS, Jr.
Debra Robinson, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Joey Robinson, Corinth, MS, Jr.
Johnnie Robinson, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Susan Robinson, Brookhaven, MS, Sr.
Robyn Roby, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Raymond Rocker, Poplarville, MS, So.
Chrystal Rodolfich, Biloxi, MS, So.
Francisca Rodriguez, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Lisa Roebuck, Vancleave, MS, Sr.
Judson Rogers, Newton, MS, Sr.
Robert Rogers, Clinton, MS, Jr.
Susan Rogers, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Cornelia Rooke, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Thomas Ross, Tchula, MS, Sr.
Debra Rouse, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
Ashlyn Rowe, Clinton, MS, Fr.
Lawrence Rucker, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Jill Ruder, Laurel, MS, So.
Rogina Ruffin, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Rattana Rukvichitkul, Thailand, Gr.
Denise Rush, Philadelphia, MS, Fr.
Mary Rush, Leakesville, MS, Sr.
Deana Rushton, Seminary, MS, Jr.
Barbara Russ, Gloster, MS, Jr.
Christopher Russell, Prentiss, MS, Fr.
Dwayne Russell, Daphne, AL, Sr.
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Salman Sami, Aligarh, India, Gr.
Benjie Sanders, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Dennis Sanders, Pascagoula, MS,
Douglas Sanders, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Allen Sanderson, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Stephanie Sandiford, Pensacola, MS, Sr.
Fernando Santos, Acarigua, Venezuela, Sr.
Keith Sargent, Corinth, MS, Sr.
Renee Sargent, Tupelo, MS, So.
Joann Sartin, Jayess, MS, Jr.
Connie Saucier, Petal, MS, Fr.
Kimberly Saucier, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Laura Saucier, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Patsy Saucier, Purvis, MS, Fr.
Debora Sayre, Richmond, IND, Jr.
Stacey Scarborough, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Margaret Scheetz, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Angelique Scheffler, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Eva Schell, Chatom, AL, Sr.
Christi Schexnayder, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Frank Schiavo, Ocean Springs, MS, Fr.
Stephanie Schillinger, Jackson, MS, So.
Bill Schlicher, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Stacey Schlichter, Milton, FL, Fr.
James Schlottman, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Dawn Schmidt, Metairie, LA, So.
Darin Schneider, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Tracy Schroeder, Fairbury, lL, Fr.
Joseph Schultz, Monticello, MS, Jr.
Thomas Sckiets, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Jennifer Scott, Pensacola, FL, Fr.
Jim Scott, Tupelo, MS, Fr.
Lewis Scott, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Stanley Scott, Clarksdale, MS, Gr.
Wilmetta Scott, Natchez, MS, Sr.
James Seagraves, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Lowell Seal, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Sherry Seal, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Linda Seale, New Orleans, LA, Fr.
Reba Seals, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Monica Sedita, Harahan, LA, Sr.
Walter Seefeld, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Valetta Sellers, Jackson, MS, So.
Marian Semski, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Xiomer Senior, Punto Fijo, Venezuela, Sr
Kellye Sequence, Clarksdale, MS, Jr.
Valda Sequence, Clarksdale, MS, So.
Tanya Serio, Merritt Island, FL, Jr.
Keith Shannon, Baton Rouge, LA, Fr.
Sandra Sharp, McComb, MS, Jr.
Sissy Sharp, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Sonja Sharp, Forest MS, Jr.
Sherry Shaw, Perkinston, MS, Sr.
Edwin Shelby, Terry, MS, Jr.
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Paige Shelton, Jackson, MS, So.
Ronnie Shepard, Carthage, MS, Fr.
James Sheppard, Wayne, NJ, Jr.
Sandra Sheridan, Bogalusa, LA, Fr.
Ladonna Shields, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
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Marian Angela Sinopoli, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Janet Marie Skinner, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Georgia G. Skrmetta, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Albert J. Slater, Crenshaw, MS, Sr.
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Cara Joy Slusher, Terry, MS, Fr.
Philip Edward Slusher, Terry, MS, Fr.
Scott Oren Smiley, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Andrew G. Smith, Quitman, MS, Fr.
Ashley Paige Smith, Mobile, AL, So.
Billy Smith, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Calvin C. Smith, Birmingham, AL, Sr.
Cedric J. Smith, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Cheryl L. Smith, San Francisco, CA, Fr.
Chris Daniel Smith, Natchez, MS, So.
Christi Michelle Smith, Vicksburg, MS, Fr
Constance P. Smith, Carthage, MS, Sr.
Darrell L. Smith, Louise, MS, Jr.
Darren Smith, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Denvil Smith, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Robert Smith, San Antonio, TX, So.
lvan Smith, Petal, MS, Fr.
James Smith, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Janice Smith, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Jimmy Smith, Hurley MS, Fr.
Joy Smith, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Karla Smith, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Katherine Smith, Florence, MS, Sr.
Kenny Smith, Citris Heights, CA, Jr.
Kimberly Smith, Hazelhurst, MS, Jr.
Kyle Smith, Summit, MS, Jr.
Kymberly Smith, Tupelo, MS, Sr.
Larry Smith, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Laura Smith, Slidell, LA, Sr.
Lisa Smith, Belzoni, MS, Fr.
Moira Smith, Quitman, MS, Sr.
Marvin Smith, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Michael Smith, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Missy Smith, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Michelle Smith, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Nancy Smith, Yazoo City, MS, Sr.
Robert Smith, Gautier, MS, Jr.
Sheila V. Smith, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Sheri Melinda Smith, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Stephanie Page Smith, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Sabrina Smith, Crystal Springs, MS, Sr.
Terry Susan Smith, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Theresa Allena Smith, Centerville, TN, Fr.
Timothy A. Smith, Topeka, KA, Jr.
Vanessa L. Smith, Carthage, MS, So.
William Delous Smith, Slidell, LA, Sr.
Willie E. Smith, Hazelhurst, MS, Jr.
Stacey R. Snowden, Clinton, MS, So.
Hussein Hassan Soliman, Suez, Egypt, Gr.
Stacey Rene Songe, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Christy Karen Sones, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Melissa Marie Sonier, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr.
Sharon L. Sonnier, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Khing-Bok Soo, Singapore, Singapore, Fr.
Jackqueline Mary Sotak, Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
Max South, Athens, AL, Jr.
Pamela K. Southerland, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Sherry L. Southern, Purvis, MS, So.
M. Denice Spears, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Randall Scott Spears, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Lana Leigh Speed, Collins, MS, Jr.
LaShawn R. Speed, Kosciusko, MS, Fr.
Marcia R. Speed, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Karen E. Speights, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Carol R. Spence, Purvis, MS, Sr.
Ken G. Spencer, Birmingham, AL, Sr.
Tunga Rochelle Spencer, Quitman, MS, Fr.
Deborah Susan Spiess, Slidell, LA, So.
Bernice Ann Spivey, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Ethel Victoria Spurlock, Fayette, MS, Sr.
Steven Mark Stafford, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Johnny E. Stallworth, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Michael Charles Stallworth, Mobile, AL, Fr.
Tyndra Dionne Stallworth, Pascagoula, MS, So
Cindy St. Amant, Ocean Springs, MS, Sr.
Angelia Kay Stamps, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Sabrina G. Stamps, Gulfport, MS, Fr.
Paul Lydell Stancil, Meridian, MS, So.
Shirley Ann Standberry, Magnolia, MS, Sr.
Carolyn Lisa Standifer, Shannon, MS, Jr.
James E. Standland, Marianna, FL, Sr.
Angela Marie Stanford, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
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Mary E. Statts, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
John E. Stearus, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Amanda Diane Stegenga, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Jacquelynn Ruth Stephens, Covington, LA, Fr.
Keith W. Stephen, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Martha Suzanne Stephens, Vicksburg, MS, Sr
Mike Stephens, Belmont, MS, Sr.
Robert Wayne Stephens, Jr. Slidell, LA, So.
Bob Stephenson, McComb, MS, Jr
Karen Tameka Stephney, Greenville, MS, Fr. ,
Carla Ann Stevens, Benton, MS, So.
Della lrene Stevens, McComb, MS, Sr.
Gregory Scott Stevens, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
James Stevens, Sarasota, FL, So.
Joe Dan Stevens, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Laura Loretta Stevens, Runnelstown, MS, Fr. ,
Timmy L. Steward, Hazelhurst, MS, Jr.
Althea Renee Stewart, Natchez, MS, Fr.
Billy W. Stewart, Pearl, MS, Fr.
Cassandra Renee Stewart, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Melissa Dale Stewart, Prentiss, MS, So.
Michael James Stewart, Amory, MS, Fr.
Patricia E. Stewart, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Paula Stewart, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Sharon Marie Stewart, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Amy Lynne Stiglet, Moss Point, MS, Fr.
Jill Michelle Stipelcovich, Vancleave, MS, So.
Shannon L. Stockstill, Wesson, MS, Jr.
Cindy Smith Stagner, Tylertown, MS, Gr.
Ginger Elise Stogner, McComb, MS, Jr.
Stephen E. Stogner, Bogalusa, LA, Fr.
Tana Lavene Stogner, Bogalusa, LA, Sr.
Steven Stone, Hobbs, NM, Fr.
lke Stone, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Carol Stone, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Jeffery Stovall, Monticello, MS, Jr.
Stacey Stowers, Forest, MS, So,
Billy Strathman, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
John Straub, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Maria Straub, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
William Strawbrldge, Hamilton, MS, Sr.
Harold Strehle, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sr.
LeVada Strickland, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Catherine Strimel, Marietta, OH, So.
Roy Stringer, Leakesville, MS, Fr.
Glen Stripling, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Cindy Strong, Utica, MS, Sr.
Lisa Strong, Utica, MS, So.
Serens Strong, Slidell, LA, So.
John Stroud, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Carien Stubbs, Mobile, AL, So.
Chip Sturdivant, Natchez, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth Sturtz, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Spencer Sublett, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Kelley Sudduth, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Amandia Sullivan, Magee, MS, So.
Catherine Sullivan, Richton, MS, Fr.
Danny Sullivan, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Joe Sullivan, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Chandra Sumlin, McCain, MS, Sr.
Greg Sumrall, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Jennifer Sumrall, Richton, MF'r.
Donna Surratt, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Ellis Sutton, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Kimberly Sutton, Prentiss, MS, So.
Robin Swan, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Morris Swarts, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Tracey Sweeney, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Robert Tala, Gulfport, MS, So.
Jeffery Tanksley, Kokomo, MS, Jr.
Alicia Tannehill, Elizabethtown, PA, Fr.
Oscar Tanner, Hazelhurst, MS, Sr.
Antonieto Tan-Tiu, Philippines, Gr.
Trent Tate, Bay St. Louis, MS, So.
Andrea Taylor, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Clifton, Taylor, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Clint Taylor, Bruce, MS, So.
Delia Taylor, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Edgar Taylor, Crystal Springs, MS, So.
Edward Taylor, Brandon, MS, Sr.
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Karen Taylor, Greenwood, MS, Sr.
Mark Taylor, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Mike Taylor, Pensacola, FL, Sr.
Nancy Taylor, Clinton, MS, Jr.
Natalie Taylor, Pensacola, FL, Jr.
Pam Taylor, Greenville, MS, So.
Robert Taylor, Laurel, MS, So.
Shelley Taylor, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Tricia Taylor, Jackson, MS, So.
Yolanda Taylor, Buckatunna, MS, Fr.
Elizabeth Temple, Jackson, MS, So.
Joan Temple, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Mercedes Tenorio, Panama, Sr.
Tonya Terral, Pascagoula, MS, So.
Lisa Terrell, Prentiss, MS, So.
Ohnie Terrell, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Jill Terry, Clinton, MS, Fr.
William Tetmeyer, Seymour, CT, Sr.
Samantha Tewes, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Donna Tharp, Petal, MS, Jr.
Penni Tharp, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Beth Therrel, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Anita Thigpen, Laurel, MS, Fr.
Renae Thomas, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Arlesis Thomas, Cruger, MS, Sr.
Leslie Thomas, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Ricky Thomas, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Ronald Thomas Jr., Bogalusa, LA, Fr.
Sherry Thomas, Hazelhurst, MS, Sr.
Steve Thomas, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Sylvia Thomas, Grenada, MS, So.
Hank Thompson, Brookshaven, MS, Sr
Hazel Thompson, Bassfield, MS, Jr.
Jana Thompson, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Jay Thompson, Baton Rouge, LA, Fr.
Lillian Thompson, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Lisa Thompson, Bassfield, MS, Fr.
Mike Thompson, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Mike Thompson, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Robin Thompson, Satsuma, AL, Fr.
Tonja Thompson, Jackson, MS, So.
Tony Thompson, Summit, MS, Jr.
Jon Thornton, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Sharon Thornton, Pascagouls, MS, Jr.
Terry Thornton, Pearl, MS, Jr.
Tracey Thornton, Pearl, MS, Sr.
Gari Thurber, Southaven, MS, Jr.
Karen Thurman, Belzoni, MS, Sr.
Jon Thurston, Houma, LA, Fr.
Jerry Thyous, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Michelle Tibbett, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
David Tidwell, Philadelphia, MS, Sr.
Richard Tipton, Brandon, MS, Fr.
Dianne Tisdale, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Dianne Tisdale, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Suzanne Todd, Metairie, LA, So.
Shannon Toler, Foley, AL, Sr.
Dana Toney, Yazoo City, MS, So.
Thomas Toomey, Mobile, AL, So.
Fred Toplin, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Leslie Torrence, Tupelo, MS, Jr.
James Toth, Woodbridge, NJ, Jr.
Lisa Toth, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Todd Touchstone, Brookhaven, MS, Fr.
Roxanne Towles, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Richard Townsend, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Scott Townsend, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Nancy Trake, Gulfport, MS, So.
Robin Tracy, Magee, MS, So.
Debbie Travelbee, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Jacqueline Travis, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Susan Treutel, Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Kevin Triggs, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Brian Trotter, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Gregory Trotter, Tecumseh, OK, Fr.
Elizabeth Truby, Mandeville, LA, So.
Julie Trutter, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Phyliss Tucker, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Shannon Tullos, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Tundar, Slidell, LA, Jr.
Renee Turmon, Wiggins, MS, Jr.
Bengie Turnage, Columbia, MS, Jr.
Hollis Turnage, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Jan Turner, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Kathy Turner, Edwards, MS, Sr.
Melanie Turner, Jackson, MS, Gr.
Paige Turner, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Wanda Turner, Sumrall, MS, Fr.
Pete Turonis, Carbondale, PA, Jr.
Carolyn Tyler, Fayette, MS, Sr.
Barbara Ulmer, Panama City, FL, Fr.
Josh Valentine, Jr., Clarksdale, MS, Sr
Angela Vance, Lake, MS, Sr.
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Kathy VanLandingham, Hazelhurst, MS Jr
Raymond Vanblorman, McComb, MS, Sr
David Vardaman, Jackson, MS, So.
Jerry Varvel, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
John Vaughan, Raleigh, NC, Fr.
Dareyl Vaughn, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Sarah Vaughn, Vancleave, MS, Sr.
Luz Vazquez, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Dino, Vecchio, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Johnnie Vick, Smithdale, MS, Jr.
Teresa Vick, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Honcho Villa, Cancun, Mexico, Sr.
Poncho Villa, Cancun, Mexico, Sr.
Barbara Viskup, Roanoke, VA, Sr.
Angela Viverette, Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Scarlett Vogt, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Elliott Voivedich, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Cheryl Votnik, Plantation, FL, Fr.
Carol Wade, Starkville, MS, Sr.
Eric Wade, Jackson, MS, So.
Nancy Wade, Brandon, MS, Sr.
Stephen Waggoner, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Cliff Wagner, Long Beach, MS, Fr.
Thomas Wagner, Zachary, LA, Fr.
Tice Wagner, Brandon, MS, Jr.
Wendy Wagner, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Gordon Waite, Northampton, MA, So.
Aimee Waits, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Jeffery Walden, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Douglas Waldron, Dyersburg, TN, Jr.
Johnny Waldrop, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Patricia Walk, Meridian, MS, Gr.
Angella Walker, Carson, MS, Jr.
Bob Walker, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Cassandra Walker, Tylertown, MS, So
Clint Walker, Magee, MS, Fr.
Daniel Walker, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
David Walker, Clinton, MS, Sr.
Debra Walker, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Janey Walker, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Thomas Wertlerly, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Elizabeth Weathers, Long Beach, MS,
Willie Weaver, Starkville, MS, Sr.
Jean Webb, Vancleave, MS, Jr.
Joan Webb, Wedd, MS, Sr.
Rachael Walker, Shreveport, LA, Sr.
Sheila Walker, Charleston, MS, Jr.
Steven Walker, Crystal Springs, MS, Sr
Walter Walker Ill, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Bill Wallace, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Carol Wallace, Bay St. Louis, MS, Fr.
Deedee Wallace, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Jeffery Wallace, Bay St. Louis, MS, Jr.
Magnon, Waller, Natchez, MS, Sr.
Marc Walling, Brandon, MS, So.
Richard Walsh, Jamestown, Rl, So.
Susan Walter, Vicksburg, MS, Fr.
Elizabeth Walters, Clinton, MS, Fr.
Penny Walters, Florence, MS, Sr.
Sharon Walters, Utica, MS, Sr.
Toni Waltman, Satsuma, AL, Sr.
Kathy Walton, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Dong Wang, P.R. Chime, Gr.
Erin Ward, Pensacola, FL, Fr.
Keith Ward, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Kerry Ward, Pensacola, FL, So.
Lisa Ward, Bailey, MS, Jr.
Patty Ward, El Paso, TX, Gr.
Robin Ward, Meridian, MS, So.
Thomas Ward, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Velma Ward, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Sharon Warner, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Carolyn Warren, Waynesboro, MS, Sr.
JoAnne Warren, Starkville, MS, Jr.
Melissa Warren, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Melissa Warren, Florence, MS, Sr.
Jane Warrick, Pascagoula, MS, Jr.
Tammara Washington, Mobile, AL, Jr.
Yolanda Washington, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Paula Watford, Ocean Springs, MS, So.
Isabel Watkins, McComb, MS, Sr.
Stephanie Watson, Greenwood, MS, So.
Denise Watt, Louiseille, MS, Sr.
Pertis Watts, Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Santra Watts, Jackson, MS, Fr.
Lisa Weatherby, Sallis, MS, Sr.
Carol Weatherford, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth Weatherford, Petal, MS, Jr.
Michelle Webb, Picayune, MS, Jr.
Toronal Webb, West Piont, MS, Fr.
Robert Wedding, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Tanbra Weeks, Petal, MS, Sr.
Charlotte Weems, Lake, MS, Sr.
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Daphne Welborn, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Carolyn Welch, Long Beach, MS, Sr.
Kendall Welch, Decatur, MS, Jr.
Leigh Welch, Centreville, MS, Fr.
Stuart Welch, Mendenhall, MS, Jr.
Amy Wells, Stuart, FL, So.
Anna Wells, New Orleans, LA, Jr.
Michael Wells, Luling, LA, Fr.
Stephen Wertz, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
B.J. Wescovich, Flowood, MS, Fr.
Barry Wesson, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Bennie West, Orange, TX, Sr.
Brigitte West, Petal, MS, Jr.
Judy Westfaul, Brooklyn, MS, Fr.
Virginia Wheat, Rolling Fork, MS, Fr.
Eli Whitaker, Woodville, MS, Sr.
Janet Whitaker, Woodville, MS, So.
Brian White, Hattiesburg, MS, Jr.
Darron White, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Darren White, Magee, MS, Jr.
Dwayne White, Ellisville, MS, Sr.
Elizabeth White, Columbia, MS, Sr.
Joseph White, Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
Keith White, Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Laura White, Camden, MS, Sr.
Nahoma White, Gulfport, MS, So.
Nancy White, Ocean Springs, MS, Jr.
Natalie White, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Patricia White, Pearl, MS, Sr.
Timothy White, Magee, MS, Sr.
Lisa Whitmer, McComb, MS, Sr.
Vernetta Whittaker, Greenwood, MS, Jr.
Chuck W. Whittington Jr., Gulfport, MS, Sr.
Lyndie Whittington, Wiggins, MS, Sr.
Tonya Whittington, Wiggins, MS, Fr.
Jim Whorton, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Brian Wickersham, Clara, MS, Sr.
John Wiegand, Terry, MS, Fr.
Stan Weilgose, Pontotoc, MS, Sr.
Joe Wiggins, Columbia, MS, Fr.
Ples Wilkerson, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Donald Wilkinson, Terry, MS, Fr.
Christopher Winstead, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Bridget Wise, Picayune, MS, Sr.
Carlton Wise, Mt. Olive, MS, Jr.
Charlotte Wise, Biloxi, MS, Fr.
Christopher Wise, Picayune, MS, So.
Natalie Wilkinson, Roxie, MS, Jr.
Arlene Williams, Prentiss, MS, Jr.
Craig Williams, Vicksburg, MS, So.
Darlene Williams, Vadnais Heights, MN,
Eva Williams, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Fa Cheryl Williams, Canton, MS, So.
Fern Williams, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Fred Williams, Long Beach, MS, Jr.
Gwen Williams, Hazlehurst, MS, Sr.
Ingrid Williams, Moss Point, MS, Sr.
Jennifer Williams, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
John Williams, Picayune, MS, Sr.
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Keturah Williams, New Orleans, LA, So.
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Patricia Williams, Hazlehurst, MS, Sr.
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Ronny Williams, Jackson, MS, So.
Sheila Williams, Meridian, MS, Sr.
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Deborah Willoughby, Hattiesburg, MS, Fr.
Alan Wilson, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Elizabeth Wilson, Clinton, MS, Jr.
Lori Wilson, Edwards, MS, So.
Nancy Wilson, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Buddy Wiltcher, Vicksburg, MS, Jr.
Anna Wiltz, Biloxi, MS, So.
Scott Wimberly, Jackson, AL, Sr.
lola Winborn, Moss Point, MS, Jr.
Dawn Windham, Jackson, MS, Jr.
Murray Windham, Laurel, MS, Jr.
Debra Winn, Biloxi, MS, So.
Doug Wise, Biloxi, MS Fr
Penny Wise, Gautier MS, So
Tammy Wise, Gautier, MS, Sr.
Valerie Wise, Jackson, MS, Sr. 1
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Robert Winpiglet, Vicksburg, MS, Sr.
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Denise Wojcil, Brookhaven, MS, Jr.
Kelly Wolf, Metairie, LA, Fr.
Carlin Wolfe, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Sheryle Wolfe, Fayette, MS, Fr.
Anna Wolverton, Union, MS, Jr.
James Womack, Magee, MS, So.
Mike Womack, Magee, MS, Fr.
Elisa Wong, Clarksdale, MS, Gr.
Han-Kee Wong, Singapore, Sr.
Donna Wood, Mobile, AL, Sr.
Marie Wood, Pascagoula, MS, Sr.
Nicky Wood, Leesdale, MS, Sr.
Tammy Wood, Biloxi, MS, Sr.
Peggy Woodall, Hattiesburg, MS, So.
Jelunden Woodard, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Kathy Woodard, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
David Woods, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Fresh Woods ll, Greenville, MS, Jr.
Donna Woodyard, Long Beach, MS, Sr
Mary Woolly, Little Rock, AR, So.
Michael Woyllard, Lucedale, MS, Jr.
Kenneth Wright, Meridian, MS, Sr.
Rebecca Wright, Jackson, AL, So.
Tina Wright, Biloxi, MS, Jr.
Mike Wyatt, Waveland, MS, So.
Petrina Wynn, Laurel, MS, Sr.
Anna Yarbrough, Jackson, MS, Jr.
J.K. Yates, Hattiesburg, MS, Sr.
Tammy Yates, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Melanie Yeatman, Petal, MS, Fr.
lvy Yeldell, Greenville, MS, Fr.
Jennifer Yentzen, Pass Christian, MS, So
Alan Young, Clinton, MS, Jr.
Denise Young, Prentiss, MS, So.
Jennifer Young, Long Beach, MS, So.
Kevin Young, Pascagoula, MS, Fr.
Michelle Young, Oxford, MS, Fr.
Scott Young, Little Rock, AR, Fr.
Jin-Pey Yuan, Taiwan, R.O.C., Gr.
Musa Yusof, Malaysia, Jr.
lbrahim Zakaria, Malaysia, Sr.
Eric Zarske, Gulfport, MS, Jr.
Shihau Zhad, Hattiesburg, MS, Gr.
Leslie Ziller, Meridian, MS, Jr.
Stacey Zuber, McComb, MS, So.
Melissa Zuga, Jackson, MS, Sr.
Aliza Zylanoff, Pascagoula, MS, So.
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When I first came to USM, I hadn't intended on being on the Southerner staff much less becoming the Editor.
Nevertheless, four years later l am the Editor, panicking about making the last deadline. Being Editor of LlSM's
yearbook has been one of the most challenging experiences of my life. I recall the first problem we encountered
was being required to spend countless hours in the office without a television. So the only way to solve this prob-
lem was to place a TV in the Southemer office. Now, we've become the soap opera update center for the
university. l don't think we could have produced such a lengthy book without the needed inspiration from "Days
of Our Lives" and "Another World".
There are so many people l would like to thank for their support and assistance. Without Teri Sue Bankston
and Renee McGuffee's hard work we couldn't have met all the deadlines. l would also like to extend my
appreciation to Warren Dunn, Minnie Austin, Eva Metz, Vicki Wilson, Joe Paul, Berta Laiche and their office
staffs. Special recognition should be given to Lou Johnson, Larry Hollis and the Herff Jones Publishing Company
for bringing the book to life. Also, without the encouragement of my parents, some special friends, my Sigma Chi
Fraternity brothers and the ladies of Kappa Delta, this would not have been possible. Last but not least, I would
like to thank the Administration and the Student Body for their support and assistance. There is no doubt in my
mind USM really is W' 1.
Editor's Note 349
All other Photos Taken by Photo Services
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Beth Hemeter 192 193
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Renee McGuffee 11 14 21
Mark Mollere 2 5 6 10 11 12 13 14 88
Barton Spencer 120 121 197 199
Jill Stillman 223 224 225
Philip Trarll 53 144 148 149 152 153
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Editor ..................... .......... S teve Phillips
Advisor ...................... ............. W arren Dunn
Assistant Editors ......... ........ T eri Sue Bankston
Head Photographers ........ .............. K eith Gaskin
Artist ......................................................... Allison Hodges
Staff Members ................................. Suzanne Bienvenue,
Suzette Bienvenue, Lena Beth Buford, Glen Carroll, Dee
Dougherty, Kimberly Dowe, Karen Godail, Jeff Hall, April
Hilton, Corinthian Jackson, Kimberly Jordan, Trey Jo-
seph, Rance Necaise, Perry Newton, Debbie Odom,
Tammy Petro, Shannon Phifer, Scott Plunkett, Regina
Punckett, Kim Risher, Christi Schexnayder, Sherry
Thomas, Beth Walker, Bill Wallace, Stacey Welborn
Paragon Press, A division of Herff Jones in Montgomery, Alabama printed the 1987 edition of the Southerner.
The cover is a laminated Black Vista Tex with Vista Lithography artwork. The artwork is WHT Lithography using
four color process and Gold 960. The title and binding is blind embossed. The endsheets are Gold VC-5. The paper
stock is Eurogloss for pages 1 through, 16 and 177 through 192.
The remaining pages of the book are printed on Bordeaux paper. There is four flats of four color process and one
flat of Gold VC-5 spot color. The type face chosen for Volume 61 of the Southerner is Korinna and Korinna Bold-
48 pt. for division pages, 36 pt. for headlines, 24 pt. for subheadlines, 12 pt. for copy and 10 pt. for captions. Korinna
Italics is used for emphasis. The cover title is Tiffany Bold, and the binding is Spartan Medium.
350 Colophon! Photo CreditsfSoutherner Staff
Ad Club ............
Air Force .............
"All My Sons" ........
Alpha Delta Pi .........,..
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Phi Alpha ........
Alpha Psi Omega .......
Alpha Sigma Alpha ....
Alpha Tau Omega .....
Anchor Splash ........
Basketball, Men's .......
Beta Alpha Psi ............
Beauties, USM ...........
Best Citizen ................
Billy Ocean .................
Black Greek Council..
Bolton Hall ...............,..
Business Ad., College.
Cheerleaders, BB ........
Cheerleaders, BB .......
Contents, Table of ........ .. .,.,.
Criminal Justice. ...... ..
Crosscountry ............ ..
Delta Delta Delta .......
Delta Gamma ......... .
Delta Sigma Pi....... ........
Delta Sigma Theta .....
Delta Tau Delta .........
Delta Zeta ...............
Derby Days .........
Dinner Theater .......
Dixie Darlings .........
Drinking Age ..........
Ed. 8 Psy., College ....
Elam Arms ..........
Fashion Plus .... . .....
Fine Arts, College ......... . ......
Forum, University .................... 118
Gamma Alpha Epsilon ............ 266
Goal Tenders ........................... 278
Golden Girls .,.......... .......... 2 44
Golf .............................. .......... 2 12
Grad. 5 Undergrad. ................. 280
Greek Games ........................... 144
Greek God 8 Goddess ............ 145
Hall of Fame .................. ........ 5 8
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Hickman Hall .......... .......... 2 41
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Omicron Delta Kappa ............. 270
Panhellnic Council ....... . ........... 267
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Southern Exposure ................. 235
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USM One Club ........................ 276
USM Student Coaches ............ 276
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