University of Southern Mississippi - Southerner Yearbook (Hattiesburg, MS)
- Class of 1988
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Volume 52 Advisor
USM Pep Rallies extended beyond the campus
and into the community This gave students and
Alumni a chance to pull together and express the
true meaning of EAGLE FEVER.
Right: Dr. Aubrey Lucas, University President, and
Powell Ogletree. retired Alumni Director, were seen
together on many occasions.'I'heir dedication could be
seen in many aspects ofthe campus life. Below: USM's
beautiful campus was adorned with many lights and
creative abilities during the annual float building at
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'LA Coming of Age" is a tribute to the
University of Southern Mississippi and the
people and region it serves. Reaching out to
the students is only one aspect of the Uni-
versity's life. Students and faculty are in-
volved in aspects of political, religious, and
social life of the region.
The University not only educates, but en-
tertains as the Big Gold fly into M. M.
Roberts Stadium and as Southern Expo-
sure sings the blues. Fans at the ball games
support the Eagles twin or losej and new
professionals are given to the region with
every graduating class. "A Coming of Age"
emphasizes the advances that The Univer-
sity of SouthernMississippi has made over
the years. Imagine yourself transformed
back intime to 1912. You have probably
just come from your hometown, and you are
around 16 years old. There is no electricity
no comforts of home. Your new home has
become "Mississippi Normal College."
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games entertaining the crowd with his antics. He also ing Celebration.
You can now move through the deca-
des-the World War ll era, the baby-
boom, the Korean War, the days of Kenne-
dy, Vietnam, and the Nuclear age. USM
has grown to be over 640 acres, 120 build-
ings, three branch centers, and over 12,000
students and faculty. Expansion, tradition,
vision make USM a place to come of age!
"A Coming of Age" realizes that we are
seventh-live years old. USM has come from
the "Normal CoIlege"to State Teachers
College, to Mississippi Southern, to the pre-
sent. We have come so far, but as the old
Cliche goes, have so far to go. We have not
reached our full potential-no institution
ever does. There will always be changes for
the better and for the worse. These changes,
however can only strengthen the bond of
service and commitment that The Universi-
ty of Southern Mississippi holds so true. "A
Coming of Age" knows the problems and
fears of yesterday-the threats of war, eco-
nomic fluctuations, and passing a final ex-
amination. The flowers still bloom, parking
tickets are still given out, teachers still chal-
lenge their students to think, and the crowd
still yells for the Black and Gold.
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Nugget was brought to many games. He could also be
seen in his cage in front of the coliseum.
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Above: It was not often that M. M. Roberts stadium
was filled to capacity.The USM fjackson State game
saw a record crowd, ending with a USM victory. Left:
The 1987 NIT Champs were honored at the last home
football game. Casey Fisher, captain of the '88 squad
spoke for the team as the band played New York, New
The University of Southern Mississippi experienced
a change at the end of the fall semester. Coach Jim
Carmody resigned and USM began its search for a
new head football coach.
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tween many students. Friends could be seen piled into
cars cruising the campus or getting a late night snack
at Kryslals. Above: The Dixie Darlings were a familiar
sight at all of the football games. The crowds were
especially pleased when the strut was put back into
their half time performance.
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The University of Southern Mississippi is the phenomenon of the "Traditions and Vi- And the proof had become evident-USM
coming of age. The past, present and future sions" of the Diamond Jubilee. From 1912 has come of age.
fuse together to form an actualization of to 1987 USM has had something to prove.
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ot what ou would expect
Rush was not anything like anyone expected. lt
was far more than just a bunch of sorority women ,fe
meeting a bunch of rushees. It was a week of hard L, -"' "
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semester. There were workshops held in which a
number of girls spent countless hours perfecting f
skits and songs. Lots of time was also spent work- l
ing on props and costumes. The skits and songs E
performed each day of rush helped explain to the :
rushees a little of what Greek life is like at USM.
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girls went to parties,watched skits, and talked to
sorority members. After all of these activities 1, ff F- , -TJ
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hands of the rushees and the sororities. . I
Bid Day was exciting for both groups. Once Qi
bids were handed out, the rushees ran from Scott
Hall to Panhellinic to find their new sisters.
Left: On Bid Day,the floors of Panhellinic
were as excited as the rushees. Each soror-
ity decorated their balcony to welcome
their new sisters.
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the rushees. After receiving their bids, thc girls shees by dancing.This was the only sorority on
ran from Scott Hall to Panhcllinic, tojoin their USM's campus that had a meeting house.
new families. .
Alpha Delta Pi members entertained the ru-
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skit based upon the movie "Grease" The chap-
ter rooms were always decorated to fit the daily
themes. Right: Tanza Nations, Bridget Horne,
and Gidget Horne, participated in a skit for
Delta Delta Delta.
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Pi Beta Phi members participated in their skit
with an "Annie" theme. Those participating
were Andrea Conerly. Sabrina Johnson, Kath-
erine Calvert, Jackie Stupica. Teri Sue Bank-
ston, Elizabeth Bush, and Jane Grisom. Carnpug Lifc 1 1
Left: With the renovation of Mississippi Hall.
it reopened its doors to many new comers. Lit'
tle did this empty room know what awaited it
when its boarders arrived. Below: Many stu-
dents chose to move into the dorms the first day
they opened. Teri Sue Bankston checked into
her room after a long drive from home.
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Brings horrors, hassles
That long awaited day has finally
arrived. You are a college student! As
you take the first load of pieces from
home to that room which you have
convinced yourself is a small plush
apartment. you insert the key into the
lock that will protect your life's trea-
sures for the next nine months.
The door swings open and you fall
to the ground from overwhelming
goulash green walls and the locker
room smell. When you come back to
life you find someone who looks as
though he stepped off the set of the
"Revenge of The Nerds" movie hov-
ering over you.
You let out a scream of terror and
when you both recover from the
shock. he introduces himself as your
roommate. No, no, this just can't be!
lt's just a dream. The problem is, the
worst is yet to come. Your suitemates
enter. obviously dressed for a con-
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sume party as Hell's Angels.
Late that afternoon, you carry up
your last load of towels and they feel
as though they are a box of bricks.
After collapsing on the bed, you real-
ize there is something moving under
you!! The dreaded vinyl covered mat-
What could happen next? You
have to rent your books
You decided you will be smart for a
change and get to the bookstore early.
After you go through security clear-
ance, you find out that everyone else
decided tojoin you in the book renting
You collect approximately three
hundred pounds of text and then be-
gin the time of your life. You never
realized that standing in line could be
so much fun.
Three hours later you place the
books on the counter and attempt to
get your check book out of your back
pocket with your arms and hands that
are permanently bent into a cradle
With shaking hand you write out a
check and hand it to the checker
along with your brand new ID. The
woman at the counter goes into hys-
terics claiming it was the funniest
thing ever and holding it up so that
the 600 students behind you can enjoy
Three weeks later, after suffering
from total humiliation, nerve dam-
age, and physical exhaustion, you re-
alize that college life might not kill
you after all.
You are so glad that you found out
your suitemates were really going to a
costume ball. And as for your roomie,
well, you think you might be able to
hold out until the next semester.
It will just take some getting used
Left Stephanie Mobley and Teri Sue Bank-
ston roommates helped one another carry the Once upstairs, Teri Sut and Stephanie i it
endless boxes of treasures from home 10 their SCCOI'ld to Ciiltlh their breath btlort btkllllllf
new room the all night task of' interior dorm dteor itin
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Left: A big change from the first day. Teri Sue
and Stephanie were at home in their room.
Above: Studying sometimes became a problem
between roomies who had become such great
friends. They always seemed to find a second to
inform one another of the latest gossip.
Students Dress For Success
Clothing is an all-persuasive and
powerful expression of human imagi-
nation and spirit. At Southern you
need not look far to find the fashion
What is most impressive about the
fashion scene at Southern is the large
array of attire which can be seen on a
One should never feel inhibited by
their attire when entering a college
classroom. In class you can expect to
find anything from old worn out gym
shorts and sneakers that can walk by
themselves, to Pierre Cardin slacks
and a stifly starched Calvin Klien
ls the statement "Clothes can
make for breakj a man" true?
Clothes can make men or women the
talk of the town, yet at the same time
send their well-dressed souls to the
With the fitness fad of the eighties
came better built bodies to carry bet-
ter priced clothes.
Better priced clothing often means
higher-priced clothing. Do you re-
member your grandparents talking
about the sixteen cent pair of Ro-
buckers they ordered in the "good ole
days?" Well today Robuckers run
rampant, but are better known as
Geaubux and Guess.
Although these denim delights are
readily available, they have never
been sixteen cents and never shall be.
The average "cheap"fashions of the
eighties can run from S65 to S105 and
still lack something.
Stone broke students need not de-
spair! There is a secret to looking
great that no fashion magazine will
ever tell about. The expression "lf
you look great you'll feel great,'i also
works the other way around. "lf you
feel great, you'll look great." Self
confidence says more than a 575
Jennifer Watts and Trey Joseph wore brightly
colored clothes to display a casual aspect of
Above: The Denim look was very popular. Ste-
fanie Fulton, Kevin Olesen, and Carol Wallace
displayed various aspects of this style. Right:
Monisa Shackleford and Jeff Hall displayed
yet another suitable casual style.
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Below: Chuck Donlin and Tara Aust displayed
the preppy look while standing out front of the
Deikle House in downtown Hattiesburg.
Right: Betsy Browne and Staphanie Mobley
fought for the attention of Todd Buchannan
while wearing formal attire from Wal-doffs.
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the mini skirt. Chantelle Coleman, shown here
with Mike Mader, showed us this desired look.
Above: Denim, whether it was dark blue or
faded, was seen in many forms. Stefanie Fulton
displays the all over denim look, while David
Crittle wears the faded seen.
Little did Scott McNally know of the reason
for the placing of his rocking chair. To his sur-
prise Jackie Stupica tipped him over while
modeling a mini outfit from the LaPlace de-
partment of Wal-Doffs.
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l.el't: Southern Style members Todd Buchan-
, l nan, Chuck Donlin, and lilliott Voivedich spent
t the early morning checking in the lligh School
,D C5 ' students. This was only the beginning of the
d-:vs 'ictitities Below' The ten schools ind eol
leges set up displ iys in the Union lobby The
students were given time to explore ind isk
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Students take a look at USM
USM held it's annual Spirit Spec-
tacular during homecoming weekend.
High school juniors and seniors from
throughout Mississippi and surround-
ing states came to tour the University
and attend the football game.
The members of Southern Style
took small groups around campus and
pointed out the major parts of USM's
grounds. Each School inside the uni-
versity set up a display in the Union
lobby. The students were given time
to browse throughout these displays
and see what USM had to offer. The
Army and Air Force also set up dis-
plays for those interested in joining
the armed forces.
Students were given free time to
explore the campus. Many chose to
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look up old friends from home, while
others chose to visit the resident halls
so that they could decide where they
wanted to live for their college years.
Still, others chose to join the college
crowd and hung out in front of the
The students were informed about
high school weekend in the Spring
and also about Mini-Quarter in the
summer. Those with decided majors
visited the school associated with
This weekend gave USM the
chance to shine. The spirits of the
campus were up due to homecoming
and there were a number of alums
around to help spread that "Eagle Fe-
ight:'Brian White took his group on a tour
the campus. This helped the students be-
lme more familiar with USM.
Left: Along with the schools and colleges. the
Armed Forces were also there to answer ques-
tions for those who were interested in entering
the service. Above: The College of Education
and Psychology set up a display about educa-
tion through the years: Yesterday, Today, and
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Brings Christmas Spirit to Southern
The ladies of Chi Omega put on yet
another successful Songfest. Many
independent groups participated in-
cluding "The Fellowship." who were
the first group of independents to ever
perform at Songfest in the previous
The groups ranged in size and were
categorized as either small or large
groups. Awards were given for Best
Performance in both categories, Most
Cooperative, and Most Original. The
ladies of Pi Beta Phi and the men of
Alpha Tau Omega carried away the
Best Performance Awards.
Songfest was Chi Omega and
USM's contribution to the Hatties-
burg Christmas Season. Along with
the Christmas wishes went a large
check to the Muscular Dystrophy As-
Right: One ofthe very touching moments was
when Dwayne White played the piano and sang
DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR. Dwayne
was a member of the independent group, The
Fellowship. Below: The ladies of Pi Beta Phi
Sorority, under the direction of Laura Ingram,
performed MASTERS IN THIS HALL. They
received Best Performance for a small group.
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Left: Delta Delta Delta Sorority chose to do
more than just sing. They performed their song
in sign language as well, which won them the
Originality Award. Below: The men of Alpha
Tau Omega won Best Performance for a large
The Fellowship, which was the first indepen-
dent group to participate in Songfest, under the
direction of Scott Slay, presented their version
of FEED THE WORLD.
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The overall look at big news events...
Xboiei Nlarine l.t, Col, Oliver North. was a key official in the
plan to finance antbgovernment rebels in Nicaragua with
money from arms sales to Iran. ln testimony before the Iran-
C, onir.i hearings in Washington. North became somewhat of
.i eelebrity, l, pper Righti The Don Jones Industrial Stock
Merage dropped SOX points. the largest in history. on Mon-
day Oetober 19. Some ealled it a "crash" others called it a
'tmeltdotx nu and others called it "Black Monday." Whatever
it mis, it stripped S500 billion from the market value of US.
seeiirities. Right' A barge filled with 3.l2X tons of garbage
heeame ti national joke and zi sy mbol of the nation's worsening
problem it ith solid waste management. The barge. looking for
.1 plaee to dump its eargo. v-as banned by six states and three
loreign eouniries before an ineinerator reduced it to ash.
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Below: Television evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Baker
said farewell to the PTI. ministry in March. Jim Baker resig-
ned after confessing to a sexual encounter with a young
woman. Tammy Baker bowed out of the broadcasts to under-
go treatment for drug dependency. Left: ln the six years since
Americans first heard ofa mysterious immunity-robbing dis-
ease from which no one recovers, AIDS has killed nearly
25,000 Americans, millions of dollars have poured into medi-
cal research and President Reagan has proclaimed the plague
"Public Enemy No. l." Above: President Reagan talks with
Soviety leader Mikhail Gorbachev during arrival ceremonies
at the White House. The two superpower leaders held a
three-day summit meeting in December and signed a nuclear
arms control agreement.
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nurse who shook up the talent competition with
a Polynesian dance, was crowned Miss Amer-
ica 1988, Above: Dennis Conner, the man who
lost the America's Cup in 1983, won it back
four years later. The Stars and Stripes com-
pleted a 4-0 sweep over Australia's Kooka-
burra lll in the race that took place in Austra-
Left: An earthquake that measured 6.l on the
Richter scale hit Southern California in Octo-
ber. It was not catastrophic, but the damage
was extensive. Below: President and Nancy
Reagan wave to well-wishers from the South
Portico of the White House. Reagan escorted
his wife back to the White House from the
Bethesda Naval Hospital where she underwent
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President and Mrs. Reagan greeted Pope Paul
ll when he arrived in Miami to begin a nine-
city tour of the United States.
The Producers rocked the R.C.
Cook Union Plaza with well over
1.200 people packing the area.
The crowd's excitement was obvi-
ous as the group began their 90-min-
ute performance with their hit song,
"What's He Got." The event was co-
sponsored by the University Activi-
ties Council, WI-ISY radio station,
the Associated Student Body, and
The Atlanta based group's four
members said they thought the USM
crowd was "really enthusiastic" and
"a lot of fun."
After their set, the Producers de-
cided to take advantage of a UAC
sponsored activity and stole away to
Bennett Auditorium to catch the rest
ofthe UAC Thursday night movie,
"Little Shop of Horrors."
The Producers lead vocalist belted out some
vocal lines during one of the bands slower
The Lead Guitarist rips out a guitar solo as thc
Producers played to a crowd that was packed
into thc Union Plaza after the first USM foot-
ball pep rally.
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Below: "I can't believe I said that". Carlin let it
all hang out. Right: Really getting into charac-
ters has always been one of Carlins greatest
strengths. His intense mood and movements
had the crowd rolling in the aisles all night
Carlin did some of his hardest hitting and prob-
ably most controversial material, but there was
no monkey business for this homecoming. All
of his routines were well received and drew side
Right: The annual spirit spectacular was held
on the Friday before Homecoming. The lobby
ofthe Union was filled with displays pertaining
to university life. Above: Dr. Lucas and Powell
Ogletree posed with the birthday cake that
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celebrated USM's 75th birthday.
Homecoming Queen Laurie Nlullis was pre-
sented to the campus at the Friday night mid-
night pep rally
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One activity of Homecoming this year was the
international fair in the library plaza. Two and
a halfyear old Daisy Park and her mother Won
Sun Park wore traditional Korean dresses.
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presented to the community.
The University of Southern Missis-
sippi was not the first name given to
the university. In 1912 USM was
known as Mississippi Normal College
and consisted of five buildings. The
idea to raise money was part of the
thirty month plan to celebrate USM,s
75th anniversary. The goal was to
raise 7.5 million dollars in the thirty
month plan symbolizing the universi-
ty's establishment from March 30,
1910 to September 18, 1912. The goal
was more than successfully reached
as the university earned 10.6 million
dollars. The money will be used for aw
construction operation and endorse-
ment toward the university.
Everyone loves the Eagle mascot. This young
lady was no exception as she embraced him
with a big hug.
Waldoff"s held its eighth annual community wide Homecoming pep rally at the mall
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Many organizations participated in the annual
float building.The Student Alumni Association
was one of these such organizations and won
3rd place in theme.
The float created by the men of Delta Tau
Delta displayed the beauty and hard work of
the floats. This young man seemed taken in by
the enormous size of the display.
Dr. Lucas gave an inspiring speech and dis-
cussed the past, present, and future of USM.
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SAA members Angela Thomson, and Trey Jo-
seph worked late into the night to stuffthe float
so that the painting could begin.
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We make many memories during
our college days, but this years home-
coming activities will bring back his-
torical memories as it marked the
75th Anniversary of USM.
The homecoming events started
Friday with the judging of the dis-
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from 10:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for
the convocation in Reed Green Coli-
seum. Homecoming this year will be
remembered by all for many years to
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everyone. Even the Eagle came up with a date
for the game and perhaps even for the parties
afterwards. Above: As usual, the Pride and
Dixie Darlings presented the fans with a won-
derful pregame and halftime show.
Left: Sigma Chi's Dan Drane helped his frater-
nity brothers complete the stuffing of their
Left: Pi Beta Phi members were always seen in
large numbers, Their sisterhood was evident by
their willingness to help each other out. Below:
The overall winner ofthe float competition was
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. All one
had to do was ride by the SAE House, and the
winner was evident.
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Junior Maid Senior Maid
Stacy Vernamonti Mary Ann Rush
Freshmen Maid Graduate Maid
Mr. and Miss U M
Being selected Mr. and Miss USM was
indeed an honor. Especially since it was a
position voted upon by the campus as a
is hole. Kim Pope of Laurel took her place
as Miss L'SNl in November right after the
run-oft' election. Mr. L'SM, however, ran
into the Spring semester. Elliott Voivedich
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Hall of Fame
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to hold out for another election in February
due to an election commission error in vo-
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Mr. USM on the third of February.
To hold this position was very presti-
gious. The applicants all held very promi-
nent positions on campus and were very
heavily involved in campus and community
service. Both Kim and Mark had been
named to thel988 USM Who's Who, and
belonged to a number of campus honorar-
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Greek God and oddess
To be selected as the years Greek God
and Goddess was not only a privilege, but
also an honor for Delta Tau Delta's Bill
Powers and Chi Omega's Monica Mosher.
During Greek Week, each fraternity and
sorority selected a candidate from their or-
ganization. The person selected had usually
shown leadership and was a junior or sen-
ior.They had also displayed work campus
and community wide.
During Greek Week there was a parade
in which paired fraternities and sororities
built floats and paraded their candidates
of the games, the paired fraternities and
sororities competed in various events and
upon completion of the games, the candi-
dates ofthe winning fraternity and sorority
were named the 1987 Greek God and God-
around campus. On Saturday, the morning
Bill Powers Monica Mosher
Greek God: Bill Powers
Hometown: Biloxi, MS
Delta Tau Delta
Air Force ROTC
Arnold Air Society
Greek Goddess: Monica Mosher
Hometown: Hattiesburg. MS
Student Alumni Association
Phi Kappa Tau Little Sister
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Left: Chi Omegzfs Julie Brown, jumped her
may to victory in the suck race. Below: Greek
Grimes gave the fraternities and sororitics the
chance to come together for fun and sports-
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The parade held during Greek Week gave
paired teams an opportunity to show off their
pick for Greek God and Goddess. Delta Tau
Delta's Bill Powers was named Greek God at
the completion of the games Saturday morn-
Greeks pair together for competition
Greek Week gave fraternities and
sororities the chance to come together
for healthy competition. The fraterni-
ties and sororities were paired togeth-
er, which helped with Greek rela-
tions. The week consisted of various
eventz, from a parade, in which the
paired groups displayed their candi-
dates for Greek God and Goddess, to
the actual games on Saturday morn-
Members of the Sigma Nu Tug-o-war team
surprised everyone. No one could match their
strength, and Sigma Nu won this event.
ing. Most fraternities held swaps for
their counterparts also.
The games were fun for all those
who participated, and for those who
chose to spectate. Among the games
were Dizzy Bat, the three legged race,
and the sack race. The one game in
which more seriousness took place
was the tug-o-war, which the men of
Sigma Nu, and the Ladies of Alpha
Delta Pi dominated. The overall win-
ners ofthe games however, were the
men of Delta Tau Delta, and the la-
dies of Chi Omega.
The week was extremely successful
and everyone enjoyed it. Chi Omega's
Monica Mosher and Delta Tau Del-
ta's Bill Powers took their places as
the 1987 Greek God and Goddess.
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Left: John Spinks concentrates as he blasts the
opening lines of"Bangin" the title oftheir most
recent album and last tour. John plays lead
guitar and does harmony vocal parts. Below:
"Everybody-do this!" All ofthe members ofthe
Outfield got together to get the crowd up. Tony
Lewis was following through on a backstage
promise. "lt is a good audience, we are going to
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On October -1. in Reed Green Coli-
seum. The Outfield drew one of the
largest audiences in several years to
The Outfield has been called Out-
standing in the field of rock and roll.
The band with its straight form of
rock music dren more than 3.000
people to their concert sponsored by
the Lniversitj. Activities Council.
The groups performances included
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several numbers from their debut al-
bum "Play Deep," and their most re-
cent album "Bangin."
The British band who started in
London, comprised on Tony Lewis,
bass and lead guitarist, and Alan
Jackman drums, John Spinks guitar,
gave USM students a truly entertain-
ing rock concert.
Lewis said that there was an edge
here in America because music is
more acceptable simply because
American people tend to judge bands
by their music and not their image.
The band started touring in Sep-
tember and opened for Night Ranger
for the first half of their tour. The
Outfield wanted to see if they could
stand on their own feet.
Lewis credits The Outfields suc-
cess to a group concept and a total
band effort on each of their parts.
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Miss Southern for 1988 was Millie Ivy. She was
crowned by last year's winner Mitzi Swanson. The
four runners up were Stacy Graves, Patricia Purser,
Leah Friend, and Mary Ann Kyle. In the fall a re-
ception was held for the participants at the Alumni
House. This gave them a chance to get to know one
another a little better, and also gave them a chance
to check out the competition.
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Swimsuits was probably the favorite of all the
events, especially for the men ofthe audience.
Stacey Veramonti displayed this competition
Monique Brooks displayed her beautiful dress
for the judges during the evening gown
In November, a reception was held at the Al-
umni House for the Miss Southern candidates.
The candidates for the pageant were: Nina
Williams, Carol Lee Chatham, Stacy Palmer.
Leah Friend, Monique Brooks, Kris Gaines.
Stephanie Beck. Carolin Flowers, Sheila Frost.
Patricia Purser, Stacey Graves, Marry Ann
Kyle, Kelli Cartee, Sonia Bush, Michelle Fi-
elds, Melind Rayner, Deanna Miles, and Mil-
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Bringing the Best to Southern's Campus
USM's theater department gave
the university a number of fine pro-
ductions throughout the year. Hedda
Gabler and the Opera were just to
name a couple. The Theater depart-
ment is inside the College of Fine
Arts which was one of USM's pride
and joys. Students were given the op-
portunity to put their practices to use
by performing in the many produc-
tions offered by The University of
Southern Mississippi. The Opera was
probably the best performance of the
year. These productions were pre-
sented to the community as well, and
some of them took place at the Per-
forming Arts Center.
Hedda Gabler, Henrik Isbenls
classic drama opened in the Hartwig
Arena Theatre. It was directed by Dr.
I. Blaine Quarnstrom. It was a tragic
story of a late 18th century woman
consumed with self destruction. The
performance ran from September
29th unitl October 3rd,
No one was surprised by the excel-
lent performances of the University
students. The long hours of hard work
paid off as their productions came to-
gether and were praised by everyone
who had the opportunity to see them.
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The beginning ofa new school year meant stu-
dents once again made resolutions to buckle down,
study hard, and not skip classes unless it was abso-
lutely necessary. Absolutely necessary meant sick-
ness to the point of death. But you still had two or
three days you could miss in some classes without
being penalized, so this resolution was soon interupt-
ed by trips to the mall and watching movie's, or just
by sleeping late for a change. Throughout the course
of the year the top ten excuses for missing classes
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T WAS MONDAY. The first day of
he week found many students still
I longing for the weekend.
IT WAS FRIDAY. Some students
couldn't wait for the weekend to get
THE BEACH WAS CALLING
Catching some rays won over going to
classes when the weather got warm
YOU HAD TO STUDY FOR AN
OTHER TEST There was nothing
like waiting until the last minute
in order to prepare for a late one
Many students missed an early class
HOW TO OT TUDY.
Heaven forbid for anyone to study! It certainly
was not thought of as "cool" to miss a great party
because you had to study. But it was important to
'A " at least think you were studying, or even to just
look like you were. How many times did you leave
messages in your room that if your parents called
your roomate was to tell them you were in the
library STUDYING. When it actually came to
studying, you could always pull out your books,
then get up and empty your trash can, find your
notebooks, sharpen your pencil, answer the
phone, call someone, straighten your desk, get a
coke, and go to the bathroom. All of these were
perfectly good things to do while putting off r
studying. Some of the best procrastination meth-
11' . CALL SOMEONE.
Don't get left behind on the latest gossip,
"-, and, for sure, don't give anyone the impres-,,
sion that you are not sociable. ' l
' DO YOUR NAILS.
Women only. A good idea when doing this
is to open all of your books and appear to be
' studying. ,
EMPTY THE TRASH.
It's totally impossible, irrational, irrespon-
silfile, and unheard of to study in a room
with trash. Get rid of it.
Distance doesn't really matter, just time.
The longer you're gone the more likely
you'1l forget about having to study.
TAKE A SHOWER.
Hot or cold, it doesn't matter, You can nev-
er be too clean.
Delta amnaa Anchor Splash
One ofthe major events ofthe Spring Semester for
the fraternity and sororities was Delta Gamma's
Anchor Splash. This put them against one another
in a variety of swimming events. Independent
groups also participated in this event, and had for
the past three years. Along with the swimming
events. a Miss Eyes and a Mr. Anchor Splash were
elected during the week by the Student Body.
Above: Working together was a requirement
for all of the events. Those teams that worked
well together usually came out ahead. Right:
Prepared to continue the relay, Chi Omega's
Traci Richmond Prepares to dive in.
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tors allowed inside the nat was limited. Many popular event. Many participants found it dif-
people, however, came out to cheer the teams ficult to stay in the boats.
Pi Beta Phi's Tana Bond cheers the Pi Phis
on during the relay.
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Whetsher off campus sweatinggoustfr electric
bill, or staring ativan empty refrigerator, orrn the
halls dreadrngyour next meal-onwaitmgsforgthe mail
to comerm, or in a fratermty or sororitylfrymg to
maintain that grade point average or wondering who
you will take to next weeks functions, or at home
with mom and dad trying to explarn why you keep
coming in at 4 a m or commutlng everyday from
Laurel or Wlggms hoping you don t get stopped for
your overdue inspeetion sticker, weare all victims of
the group we chose to live with
But remember, when thmgs get too bad, you can
reassure yourself by laughing at those who didnt
have enough sense to choose your living group
Left: Resident hall life waS fun for those who These Pi Beta Phi members shared fun and
took the time to get to know one another Mis- good times as members of USM's Greek sys-
sissippi Hall residents were often seen in sixes tcm.S1sterhood was strong among sororities as
due to the newly renovated suites. was brotherhood among the fraternities.
l iv ing in the resident's hall brought about many
elianges lor some individuals. lt meant coming from
.i room olyour own to share with another individual.
who sometimes was a total stranger. It meant eom-
ing and going as you pleased. provided you did not
set olil' the alarms alter seven o'eloek. There was no
one to tell you when to go to bed. or what time to
eome in. You could do what you wanted when and
w here you wanted to. For some it was their first time
away from home. Students learned to adjust so that
they could stand to live with one another for the
semester. Nlany' students sought new roommates at
the end ol' the l'aIl semester. but many' were content
to stiek it out for another semester.
Right: For those students without a car. the Uni- Q1 V
versity Hub was their only means of shopping. Be- '
low: The university gameroom in the Union was a
popular spot for many residents.
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Above: All residents were required to purchase
a mealcard and eat in the Commons. Left: The
Student Printz kept residents aware ofthe on
Above: Many Halloween activities were avail-
able to residents. Left: Moving in was always
lots of fun. Students enjoyed creating a room
that was unique.
Dorm Life Continued . . .
Above: The Hub was a popular hangout and
meeting place for roommates. Right: Students
enjoyed the Spring Thing sponsored by the
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Southern Station Box. Many students that
were away from home for the first time found
an empty mail box very disappointing. Below:
Couples seemed to pop in and out of the resi-
dent halls during visitation.
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FOUNDED: National: 1851
USM Chapter: September 1984
COLORS: Azure Blue and White
FLOWER: The Woodland Violet
SYMBOLS AND MASCOTS: Black Diamonds and
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Ronald McDonald House, The American Cancer
Society, Special Olympics
THEME PARTIES: Fall Party, Christmas Blind Date,
Black Diamond Ball, Aloha Party for Graduating Seniors
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Julia Adams, LeAnne Ainsworth, Ellen Al-
len, Donna Ann Aldridge, Lesa Applegate,
Caroline Argus, Kimberly Beaugez, Cath-
erine Beavers, Mary Margaret Beene, Be-
linda Blakeney, Tracy Bowles, Laurie
Brock, Angela Burke, Nicole Carraway,
Kristi Childress, Leta Coleman, Jo Cooley,
Suzanne Cowart, Kelly Crawford, Helen
DeBolt, Lauren Dill, Melissa Duncan, Ali-
son Gardner, Donna Gilmore, Laura Goff,
Rochelle Goff, Maureen Goretski, Monica
Goretski, Dawn Graham, Laura Graves,
Kristi Gregg, Brenda Hammett, Dina Hitt,
Deborah Hultz, Jackie Hurst, Cheri Ket-
tinger, Lisa Lawrence, Monica McMahon,
Jenea McManus, Kimberly Morgan, Janet
Morris, LeeAnn Nichols, Ginny Parker,
Jeanne Pitts, Amy Ponder, Gina Priest,
Sandra Richards, Kimberly Riddle.
Yvonne Rivard, Susan Rutherford, Terri
Russell, Kelley Salter, Kris Schryer, The-
resa Smith, Pennie Tharp, Michelle Tib-
bett, Lori Varner, Jane Ellen Warrick, Bri-
gitte West, Michelle Wilkerson, Laura
Williams, Pamela Young
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FOUNDED: National: 1901
USM Chapter: May 1936
COLORS: Crimson, Pearl, Palm Green, and Gold
FLOWER: Narcissus and Aster
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Special Olympics
THEME PARTIES: Halloween Party, Red Slipper Ball,
Cecile Arnold, Sharon Bell, Karen Ber-
tucci, Kelly Bertucci, Melissa Paige Breck-
enridge, Karen Brinson, Molly Bryant.
Lena Beth Burford, Mona Chambers.
Adrienne Cooper, Noreen Crews, Angela
Dannenmueller, Ann Hackett, Karen In-
nis, Rene Jaffrion, Elizabeth Jordan,
Cherie Ladner, Amy McRee, Eva Metz,
Lynn Moore, Melissa Jane Moreno, Amy
Rehg, Jennifer Rester, Kimberly Risher,
Debora Kay Sayre, Melissa Terry, Eliza-
beth White, John Boepple, Ken Cooper,
Paul Harrison, James Hennessey, David
Milling, Mark Peno, Barton Spencer
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FOUNDED: National: 1895
USM Chapter: April 1949
COLORS: Red and Yellow
FLOWER: White Carnation
SYMBOLS AND MASCOTS: Owl
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Special Olympics, Jail Bail, Chi Omega Songfest
THEME PARTIES: Blind Date, Christmas Party, Sadie
Hawkins, Spring Formal
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Paula Allen, Tammy Allison, fvlissie Arata.
Tara Aust, Dawn Avery, Cissy Baskin. An-
drea Beasley, Sarah Benton. Laura Blakes-
lee, Julia Brown, Lisa Buell, Linda Bur-
chell, Nancy Campbell. Kelli Cartee. Stacy
Michelle Catchot, Kim Ciano, Erin Chap-
man, Magan Chapman, Connie Clinton.
Kelly Collins, Julie Cottrell. Aprile Curry.
Shannon Daughdrill, Deana Davis. Karen
Davis, Debby Escher, Carol Ann Estes.
Alex Flowers, Valerie Garrett. Laura Gil-
lis, Ellen Hansen, Elizabeth Heard. Rendy
Hedgepeth, Kristi Hudnall, Renee Huey.
Julie Jones, Kathy Klusendorf. Kristin
Klusendorf, Sissy LangAngie Lindsey.
Treva Lowery, Suzanne Lumpkin
Jennifer Lynn, Pam McKee, Sherri
McMullan, April Maddox, Molly Mallett.
Traci Mills, Fran Mott, Laurie Mullis.
Shawn Murphy, Candice Neal, Julie Nee-
ly, Karen Nichols, Diann Nolan, Jennifer
Pittman, Terri Quarles
Beth Queen, Robin Ray, Ashley Rich.
Rhonda Richard, DeAnne Richmand, Tra-
cy Richmond, Stacey Schlichter, Tanya
Serio, Amy Jo Skelton, Lisa Slay, Marsha
Smith, Michelle Smith, Pamela Souther-
land, Suzy Steen, Janet Sumrall
Kim Sutton, Mitzi Swanson, Monica Tan-
nehill, Shelley Taylor, Joanie Temple, Sa-
mantha Tewes, Mary Claire Torres, Missy
Warren, Carol Weatherford, Christine
Weaver, Christi Webb, Jacqueline Welst-
ed, Wendy Wicht, Dawn Windham, Mur-
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USM Chapter: March .1951
COLORS: Silver, Gold, and Blue
SYMBOLS AND MASCOTS: Pearls and Dolphins
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:
Childrens Hospital, Scholarship for deserving students
THEME PARTIES: Orange Crush, Formal, Spring Fling,
Christmas Party, Founders Day, Pansy Pops
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Laura Gene Alexander. Suzanne Allen.
Tammy Anderson, Angela Bean. Tammie
Bird, Blythe Bourne, Lolly Bradley. Ste-
fanie Breland, Helen Brewton. Becky Britt.
Betsy Browne, Lisa Casio. Laura Clark.
Angie Clepper, Amy Compretta
Tiffany Cooper, Lane Eastland, Lee Ann
Elkins, Marlo Fairley, Vici Felker. DeAnn
French, Lisa Gaudet, Jodi Gillespie. Sheri
Golden, Jennifer Grissom, Jennifer Haas.
Paula Haley, Patricia Hammett. Christy
Hanneke, Sheila Harard
Amy Heiden, Lisa Henserling, Stacy Hil-
ton, Tracy Hinton, Doona Holder. Bridget
Horn, Gidget Horn. Mandy Johnson. An-
gelle Kean, Lynda Kinard, Anne Leonards.
Kathy Lecky, Karin Loftin, Robbie Lucas.
Sarah McCarthy, Michelle McCalla. Julie
McDonald, Julie McDonald. Becky
McKay, Julie Manning, Krystal Massey.
Donna Mooney, Deanna Moore, Melinda
Morgan, Tanza Nations, Lee Nosser. Gin-
ger Nunnery, Renee Perkins. Michelle
Kim Pope, Krista Pope, Cathy Robertson.
Pam Sidebottom. Sharon Singley, Gin
Smith, Jennifer Smith, Julie Smith, Kim
Smith, Missy Smith, Page Smith. Christy
Sullivan, Rene' Thornton, Melony Tribble.
Mary Withers, Melody Withers. Becky
Wright, Melanie Yeatman
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FOUNDED: National: 1873
USM Chapter: May 1971
COLORS: Bronze, Pink, and Blue
FLOWER: Cream Rose
SYMBOLS AND MASCOTS: Raggedy Ann and Anchor
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: Aid
to the blind, Anchor Splash, Miss Southern Pageant Hostess
THEME PARTIES: Hooked on Delta Gamma Blind Date Par-
ty, Christmas Party, Crawfish Boil, Good-bye Girl Party,
Founders Day, Dream Date
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Pollyanna Alexander, Kathy Anderson.
Mary Argus, Denine Baygents. Katie Cal'
lahan, Cindy Carter. Carol-Leigh Chap-
man, Christy Chapple, Leslie Cocran. Nat-
alie Colle, Keli Copeland, Rebecca Cowart.
Mandy Dalton, Dania Davis. Amy Day
Lori Dear, Shannon Dudley, Karin Duffic,
Michelle Dougherty, Jennifer Evans. An'
gela Farragut, Melissa Fennell, Michelle
Fields, Michelle Hale, Sabrina Herring.
Lynne Hennen, Lisa Holland, Mercy Hol-
lingsworth, Hope Howell, Michelle Jerome
Lori Johnson, Wynde Jones, Kelly Kearns.
Cindy Kinard, Kim Kitchens, Rose Ellen
Klote, Robyn Lee, Vicki Lee, Tracy Logan,
Michelle McCall, Deidre McDonald, Dee-
Dee Maisel, Ronda Maness, Laura Martin.
Natalie Moore, Robbie O'Brien, Meliisa
Parmer, April Payne, Donna Ritchley.
Tonya Schillaci, Suzanne Stanton, Diana
Sterling, Deborah Spiess, Pam Taylor, Jill
Terry, Christy Tynes, Candace Vallot,
Wendi Walker, Lauren Watkins.
Britton West, Kim White, Laura Willard.
Jeannie Williams, Patricia Williams.
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FOUNDED: National: 1902
COLORS: Vieuxgreen, and Old Rose
FLOWER: Killarny Rose
SYMBOLS AND MASCOTS: Turtle and Lamp
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Galludet College for Speech Impaired, Haunted
Forrest, Blood Drives, Family Christmas, Family Easter
THEME PARTIES: Tahiti Sweetie Blind Date, Fall
Part, Spring Formal
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Jennifer Blaskovich, Bobbi Jo Bradshaw.
Kathy Britt, Dee Cameron, Sheila Case. Kath-
erine Colson, Sandra Diamond, Susan Dodgen.
Jennifer Evre, Ramona Farrow, Allison Hog-
gatt, Lisa Hover, Justine Howe, Stacy Howell,
Mona Hudson, Rita Israel, Amy Jenkins, Lin-
da Jones, Lisa Jones, Ren Kolka, Mary Ann
Kyle, Janet Landry, Diane Larson, Lalisa Led-
low, Amy Lee, Melissa Lee, Mary Dawn Lut-
ton, Rachel McMurris, Stace Mahar, Kim
Marshall, Tammy Miller, Tina Mitchell, Beth
Murchison, Andrea Parker, Deanna Parker,
Shannon Phifer, Tiffany Pittman, Angie Quig-
ley, Dana Quinn, LeighAnna Ramstad, Eliza-
beth Richeson, Tammy Robinson, Ashlyn
Rowe, Shannon Sallee, Phyllis Seal, Dixie She-
phard, Kim Smith, Samantha Smith. Deidre
Stewart, Elizabeth Truby, Erin Ward. Kath-
leen Williams, Melissa Wood
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FOUNDED: National: 1897
USM Chapter: May 1949
COLORS: Olive Green and Pearl White
FLOWER: White Rose
SYMBOLS AND MASCOT: Teddy Bears and Rain-
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Crippled Childrens Hospital, March of Dimes, and
THEME PARTIES: White Rose Formal, Bearhug,
Beach Party, Wine and Cheese
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Jewell Adams, Andrea Ambrose, Patricia
Anderson, Ashley Andrews, Missy Baker,
Melissa Baria, Krissy Baucum, Stephanie
Beck, Tammy Bondurant, Rhonda Book-
out, Bridget Bounds, Bradec Bowering.
Deon Burt, Misty Corkern, Dana Curtis.
Dayna Curtis, Pam Daley, Katie Dobie.
Chrissy Dubuisson, Tara Dyess, Shea El-
liot, Kristi Fairley, Lori Flynt, Gina For-
tenberry, Hillary Fry, Kristen Gaines.
Christy Gandy, Sheila Garland, Jennifer
Gollott, Missy Gowen, Kim Gray, Joey
Harrington, Stacey Hellen, Kristy Hill, Al-
lison Hodges, Kimberly Jordan. Kay Koep-
pel, Stacy Lott, Michelle Mapp, Paula
Mathis, Shannon Maxie, Deanna Miles.
Hallie Moore, Debbie Moss, Melinda Ory.
Stacy Palmer, Dee Dee Patterson, Danelle
Perez, Michele Perez, Jeanene Purser, Pa-
tricia Purser, Jennifer Quayle, Pam Raw-
linson, Lori Roberts, Robyn Roby, Kimber-
ly Saucier, Melanie Saulters, Stephanie
Seymour, Dianne Shireman, Christi Smith.
Robyn Smith, Danica Stevens, Rebecca
Thames, Shannon Tullos. Stacy Verna-
monti, Scarlett Vogt, Tanya Warren, Bri-
gitte Webb, Memrie Whittington. Michelle
Williams, Debbie Willoughby, Anna
Wiltz, Penny Wise, Kim Woolbright
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FOUNDED: National: 1852
USM Chapter: March 1950
COLORS: Rose and White
FLOWER: Rose Carnation
SYMBOL AND MASCOT: Lion
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: Pro-
ject Hope, Children's Miracle Network
Telethon, American Diabetes Associ-
THEME PARTIES: Fall Fling, Blind Date, Pink Carnation
Ball, Beach Bash, Founders Day, Christ-
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Ashley Brown, Jeni Butterfield. Sue Byrkit. Sta-
cey Calloway, Kelli Cassidy
Karen Collier, Kristi Cook, Cindy Cooley, fvlclissa
Cooley, Janelle Correjolles, Angela Crews. Kim
Daniels, Sally Dees. Sissy Durham. Connie Ever-
ett, Jan Fowler, Leah Friend, Dena Frye, Brenda
Garner, Beth Gillian
Leslie Gleber, Kelly Ann Grannell, Laura Gray,
Patti Guercio, Lara Hammond, Erin Harrison.
Lisa Helton, Belinda Hicks. Donna Higgin-
botham, Jane Hokanson, Michelle Holden. Diane
Hultz, Donna Hutto, Sonya Jackson, Donna Jones
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FOUNDED: National: 1867
USM Chapter: March 1961
COLORS: Wine and Silver Blue
FLOWR: Wine Carnation
SYMBOL AND MASCOT: Angels and Arrows
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: Convarest, Arrowmont
THEME PARTIES: Graffetti, Beau and Arrow, Shipwreck
Spring 3 Day Beach Party
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Sue Bankston, Wendy Bearden, Mimi
Behl, Tana Blades, Tana Bond, Jenny
Bradford, Christine Breerwood, Mallory
Brooks, Barbara Brown, Cheri Bush,
Trudy Calhoun, Kathryn Calvert, Tori
Wendy Clemons, Andrea Conerly, Cindy
Crawford, Shannon Cruise, Renee Curet,
Christy Davidson, Melissa Fairly, Stefanie
Fulton, Catherine Garney, Shelli Gary,
Jane Grissom, Rebecca Hatten, Liz Head,
Cathy Howell, Laura Ingram
Ava Jones, Melissa Light, SueLynn Loper,
Sherri McDaniel, Candice Manning, JiLa-
ine Melvin, Sheri Morris, Patrice Murry,
Melissa Muzzy, Traci Mynatt, Judith Pa-
ciera, Janice Patti, Pamela Pollard, Anna
Porter, Patricia Richardson
Bethany Rushton, Perri Ryan, Monisa
Shackelford, Becky Smith, Stacey Songe,
Sheila Stringer, Jackie Stupica, Amandia
Sullivan, Jeanne Taylor, Sylvia Thomas,
Mellissa Tims, Renee Toulme, Wendy Val-
entine, Stephanie Watson, Daphne
Stacey Welborn, Shelley Wert, Kelly Wil-
liams, Sean Casey, David Criddle, Matt
Dudley, Larry Graham, Jeff Hall, Mike
Mader, Christopher Peavey, Philip Traill,
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Natasha Gomez, Cynthia Hudnall, Pamela
Hughes, Ellen Jackson, Gina Johnson, Freddie
Jones, Tracey Marks
Norma Myles, Wolanda Taylor, Joanne War-
ren, Denise Watt, Kellye Wren
FOUNDED: National: 1913
USM Chapter: July 1975
COLGRS: Crimson and Cream
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: United Way, Girl Scouts
THEME PARTIES: Delta Week, Founders Day
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Michelle Bell, Patricia liibbs, Marion Branch.
Donna Cook, Sandra Croulher, Kimberly
Done. Phyllis lignexs
India lillis, l.isa Goodwin, Sil llinds. Veronica
llogseit, Jacqueline llollina, Andre Johnson,
Nlael.ang Lowe, Bridget Milton, Jennifer
Moore, Windy Oliver, April Patton, Jacquel-
ine Perry. Denise Reuben
Angela Rice, Sherry Roberson, Althea Stew-
art, Franeelia Williams, Hope Williams,
Rhonda Young, Stacey Zuber
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USM Chapter: April 1975
COLORS: Apple Green and Salmon Pink
FLOWER: Tea Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: World Food Day, Salvation Army
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Mallie Hayes, Detra Kelly
Felicia Kelly, Rita Lott
Elaine Price, Lana Sandifer FOUNDED: National: 1920
USM Chapter: April 1977
COLORS: Royal Blue and White
FLOWer: White Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
Barbara Woods SERVICE: United Way, NAACP, March of Dimes
THEME PARTIES: Little Miss Amicae, Blue and White
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USM Chapter: November 1982
COLORS: Black and Old Gold
FLOWER: Yellow Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
Melvin Davis, Jr., Steven Hastings
Jeff Wallace, Tammi Bew
SERVICE: NAACP, United Way, Euisviue state School Kim Johnson
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USM Chapter: November 1982
COLORS: Blue and White
FLOWER: Red Carnation
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: United Way, Salvation Army, Goodwill. Special
Olympics, MD Association
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USM Chapter: November 1949
COLORS: Azure Blue and Gold
FLOWER: White Tea Rose
SYMBOL: Maltese Cross
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
YMCA, United Way
THEME PARTIES: Viking Party, Blind Date, Crawfish Boil
Founders Day, Grinch Party
Dot Wood "mom," Michael Anderson, Gregg An-
drews, Billy Argus, Chris Bennett, Scott Carrier,
Ray Causey, Richard Cloud, Ben Connell, David
Cotton, Sean Crum, Chad Curtis, Robert Groene-
veld, Hayward Guenard, Shayne Haaga
Brian Hales, Kelly Hales, Paul Harrison, Doug
Hart, Grett Hartdegen, Clint Johnson. Charles
JOnes, Kelvin Jones, Trey Joseph. Jay Kerrick.
David LeBlanc, Dana Leprc, Lamar Lott, Mark
McDonald, Tim McFarland
Eddie McGee, Scott McNally, Don Middleton.
Donn Mithchell, Christopher Moody, Buddy
Newton, Steve O'Malley, David Parker, Kent
Powlak, Tiomothy Pelman, Paul Pryor, Shannon
Rigby, John Shoro, Chris Smith, Kenneth Smith
David Staehling, Joe Stearns, Joe Sullivan, Randy
Tanner, Mark Taylor, Louis Vaughn, Brad von-
Readen, Todd Wall, Roy Yates, Suzanne Allen,
Mary Argus, Michele Blackwell, Melissa Bourne,
Aline Broussard, Lynne Burmaster
Suzanne Carpentier, Lisa Cook, Karen Currie,
Candace Curtis, Angela Fisher, Elizabeth Heard.
Julie McDonald, Cynthia Mattina, Virginia O'G-
wynn, Cheryl Voynik, Angie Wilson
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USM Chapter: 1984
COLORS: Purple, White and Gold
FLOWER: Purple Iris
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: Cystic Fibrosis
THEME PARTIES: Founders Day, St. Valentines Day Mas-
sacre, Mississippi Delta
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Atkins, Shawn Bullard, Robert Burge, Jay
Burnell, Chris Calhoun, Chris Canard,
Raymond Carriere, Del Cum, Kirk Guev-
as, Edgar delos Santos Joel Dukes, Shawn
Gilley, Robert Goss
Larry Graham, Tim Haller, Thomas Har-
vey, Kasey Howard, Arthur Jones, Steve
Madrid, Kevin Nesbit, Buba Nobles, Ste-
phen Purdy, Michael Ritchey, Timothy
Roarty, Derek Robinson, Rudy Rodriguez,
John Ryan, David Snell
Jay Spencer, Seth Stringer, Craig Thomp-
son, Michael Thompson, Michael Thomp-
son, Thomas Toomey, Glyn Trigg, Mike
Wells, Pollyanna Alexander, Laurie Bar-
ton, Tammie Byrd, Cheri Kettinger,
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USM Chapter: January 1949
COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold
FLOWER: Crimson Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Muscular Dystrophy
THEME PARTIES: Old South, Fall Party, and Super-
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fery Belk, Larry Borgognoni, Willie Brum-
field, Marc Burgess, Hank Cain, Davis
Dawkins, Jonathan English, Rick Forte,
John Frazier, David Frisk, Brian Gafford,
Lyle Goudeau, Alan Henton, John Hol-
land, Stephen Ingram, Alan Jackson, Mark
James, Chad Jordan, Charles Jordan, Ni-
cholas Karno, Gregory Kay, Chuck Maxie.
Tom McKay, Kurt McWilliams, William
Newell, Mark Pace, Leon Petite, Henry
Prince, Jody Ray, Michael Reed, Leo
Ridge, James Ridgway, Sean Rinehart,
Grey Shoemaker, Partrick Skrmetti, Scott
Sledge, Bruce Smith, Harvey Stanton,
Troy Stapp, John Straub, Jri, Morris
Swarts, Robert Tala, David Thomas, Rob-
ert Thomas, Carl Tiegreen, Stephen Tur-
berville, Robert VanAller, Daniel Walker,
Paul Walley, Bob West, Chris Wheeler,
Harry White, Russ Yackey, Tammy Alli-
son, Mimi Behl, Debbie Buchanan, Barri
Cagle, Erin Chapman, Megan Chapman,
Jill Clark, Shannon Daughdrill, Lynne
Johnson, Susan Johnson, Tammy Miller,
Tanza Nations, Karen Nichols, Robbie
O'Brien, Ashley Rich, Kim Smith, Lisa
Terrell, Samantha Tewes, Candace Vallot,
Amy Varnado, Daphne Welborn, Bonnie
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FOUNDED: National: 1869
USM Chapter: December 1948
COLORS: Scarlet, White, and Emerald Green
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PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SER-
VICE: Muscular Dystrophy
THEME PARTIES: South Seas, Founders Day, Super-
bowl Party, Around the World in a Night
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Pat Adams, Steve Angelo, Richard Ang-
lada, Tim Bailey, Chris Barfield, Conner
Burns, John Cogley, Jim Chriss, Sean Das-
sau, K. Patton Dickson, Scott Dubuisson.
James Duncan, Terry Easterling, Christian
Engle, Russell Ford, Jeff Furniss, Ronald
Gaston, Michael Graham, Johnny Gary.
Chris Guensey, Jeff Hansen, Jeff Harper.
Andrew Hassard, Marcus Hebert, Clark
Henegan, Tim Herrington, Joe Holland,
Thomas Hooloway, Michael Hunter, Kyle
Keene, Larry Kennon, Andy Kimbrell,
Robert Leard, David Lidsey, Fred Little.
Kevin McCaskey, Hal McDonald, Denis
McKinnon, Mike McNeese, Mike Mader.
Christopher Maniczak, Philip Mangrum,
Joseph Mardis, John Mavar, Randy Miles.
Mark Moody, Chase Moses, Gavin fvlur-
rell, Donald Norris, Anthony Palazzo,
Chris Parker, Jeff Patrick, Steven Phillips,
Mark Powell, Jason Richardson, David
Ricketson, David Sanford, Stewven Saltz-
man, David Saulters, Jeff Saulters, Adam
Scheel, Lyle Schween, Daren Sherwood,
Brian Smith, Joseph Spencer, Mark Ste-
vens, Gary Stupica, Ronnie Taylor, Monty
Tedder, Malcolm Torres, Marc Tullos,
John Vinzant, Michael Warren, Robert
Warren, Gates Weaver, Brian White, Gary
Williams, Robert Williams, Jean Baughn
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USM CHAPTER: October 1948
COLORS: Old Gold and Harvarth Red
FLOWER: Red Carnation
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: Heart Fund, Jail Bail, Cancer Society, Chil-
drens Heart Fund
THEME PARTIES: Lost Weekend, Red Carnation
Ridge Alcorn, Richard Brewer, Gill Burke,
Carney Brooks, Charles Conner, David
Corkern, Chad Curry, Daniel Forte, Vin-
cent Forte, Steve Hanneke, Micheal hewes,
Lance Lefan, Creg Leggett, Jim Lety,
Kevin Miller, Michael Moore, Ben Mullen,
Rick Raborn, Cory Smith, William Spen-
ce, First Stuart, Charlie Sullivan, Timothy
Taranto, Rick Thomsen, Joe Thornton,
Raymond Vannoram, Elliott Voivedich,
Kerry Ward, Joseph White
Tammy Anderson, Kim Ciano, Vicki Ezel-
le, Jennifer Gollott, Missy Gowen, Sheila
Howard, Melinda Raynee, Scarlett Vogt,
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USM Chapter: December 1949
COLORS: Garnet and Old Gold
FLOWER: Lily of the Valley - A
SYMBOL: Firetruck, and The'Shield and Diamond
lisville State School, Chamber of Commerce Band Contest
mal, Ocean Pacific Bikini Party, Christmas Date Party
PHILANTHROPIES4 AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: El-
THEME PARTIES: Pikefest, Florida Party, Dreamgirl For-
J-I ' "' Keith Arthur, Jeff Bassett, Richard Bilbo.
Carl Bolt, Darin Broussard, Eric Brown.
Johnny Burke, Charles Byram, Stacy Ca-
t meron, Dale Christensen, Mark Courtney.
J Dwain Cox, Rodger Craney, Cory Curtis,
, Henry Dick
Michael Ditto, David Dobie, David Dorrill.
A Robert Dorrill, Johnny Eisler, Gary Far-
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2 5, " . J , 1 Fuller, Nick Gallup, JeffGant, Joe Gazzo.
' Todd Gibson, Mike Giles, Gregory Gonza-
Tommy Griffith, Heath Hamm. Rusty
Hammon, William Holiman, Tom How-
ard, Paul Hudson, John Jackson, Michael
Jones, Mickey Jones, Alan Kennedy, Jeff
King, Robert Kraus, Darren Laird, Randy
Lee, Shawn Leland
Gregg Levy, Jeffrey Mager, Ronnie Maris.
Mike McElray, Billy Mocgam, Kade
J Moody, George Oepnshaw, Hector Pala-
, cios, Brett Pinero, Kevin Raby, Steve Riley,
Jimmy Roberts, Robbie Roger, Deron Ri-
singer, Wilson Risinger
Jimmy Smith,Shawn Smith,John Sonnier,
Charlie Speed, Russell Stapp, Paul Stan-
ton, Sam Stinson, Byron Stockstill, Stan
t Suttle, Jay Thompson, Ricky Thompson,
Q Stephen torgerson, Richard Townsend.
Gerald Warren, Greg Watson
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USM Chapter: December 1965
COLORS: Royal Purple and Old Gold
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE: Charity Bowl, Escort Service, Easter Egg Hunt
for the Child Care Center
THEME PARTIES: Champagne Breakfast, Christmas
Party, Paddy Murphy
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Baker, Tim Beaver, Robert Betcher, Ethan
Bond, Richard Bradford, William Brett,
Ned Brown, Todd Buchanan, Ben Carmi-
chael, David Cauthen, Bob Chain, Mel
Coxwell, Brain Craft
David Cuevas, Chuch Davis, David Dixon,
Chuck Donlin, Jim Farmer, Robert Finke,
Gene Fitts, Robert Garner, Michael ger-
man, Jay Ginn, Curtis Gladney, Charles
Guest, Lawrence Hanberry, Kelly Har-
rington, Mark Headley
Nick Hubbard, Chad Huber, Billy Kemp,
James Kimbrell, Craig Kincannon, Joseph
Lyon, John McClendon, Jack McHenry,
Jerry McWilliams, Robert Marshall, Mike
Martin, Paul Moss, Mike Nunnery, Jamie
Peoples, Jay Peoples
Johnny Peoples, Fred Rand, Jon Richard,
Tim Roberson, Glynn Robinson, Mark
Russell, Rodney Russell, Adrian Sandel,
Morgan Shands, Mark Simrall, Ron
Skrmetta, Max South, Frank Spencer, Don
Sterling, Joseph Sterling
Robert Stutzman, John Sutton, Richard
Thompson, Tim Turnage, David Vardam-
an, Ren Veon, Scott Walter, Aubrey Weil,
James Williams, Bobby Wilson, Joseph
Windham, Virginia Fairley, Missie Arata
Karon Barker, Betsy Browne
Jeni Butterifeld, Sally Dees, Lisa Gaudet,
Bridget Horn, Gidget Horn, Deborah Ma-
isal, Melinda Morgan, Debbie Moss,
Renae Perkins, Kim Pope, Pam Sidebot-
tom, Christy Smith, Pamela Taylor, Tami
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FOUNDED: National 1855
USM Champter: November 1981
COLORS: Blue and Old Gold
FLOWER: White Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:
United Way, Wallace Village, Special Village, Special Olym-
THEME PARTIES: Founders Day, Yacht Club, Brother's
Day, Christmas Party, Sweetheart Ball
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Bowering, Keith Bowman, Michael Bre-
chtel, Jarrod Britt, David Bush, Ken Coop-
er, Tim Cooper, Damon Cox, Tony Creel.
Danny Dillilstone, Tommy Dorsey, Dan
Drane, Jack Duggan, Jimbo Dukes, Andy
Folse, Jim Ford, Kelly Furr, Scott Gettys,
Wyatt Gordon, Wendell Greene, Kelly
Greer, Jason Grenn, Marc Haarala, Rich-
Jeff Hall, Billy Hankins, Kevin Heltz,
Mike Hillman, Pat Hoag, Derrick Honse,
Bart Jones, Roy Kay, Jay Ladner, Scott
Leslie, Chip Loftin, Tommy Lowery, Mark
Lucas, Margan McCarty, Ryan McGuflee
Dom McHenry, Elmer Mclnnis, Robert
McKlemurry, Winston Mullins, Chris
Murray, Shea Neely, Danny O'Beirne,
Todd Peavy, Bob Pierce, Greg Pierce, Rob-
ert Poirer, Mike Riley, David Rimes, Tony
Roberts, Marray Sanderford
Hugh Sanders, Karl Schroeder, Pete Short,
Mike Smeltzer, Darrel Smith, Neil Smith,
John Sproles, Joe Stevens, Billy Stewart,
Dan Stone, Richard Torjusen, Philip Trail,
Rob Walker, Beck Warren, Stephen Wertz
Russ Willis, Jennifer Caveny, Andrea Con-
erly, Aprile Curry, Amy Day, Lori Dear,
Patti Guercio, Donna Holder, Treve Low-
ery, Sherry McMullan, Pam Montgomery,
Laurie Mullis, Lori Parker, Michelle Poiri-
er, Syrie Rath
Rhonda Richard, Missy Smith, Missy
Tims, Missy Warren, Jennifer Watts,
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USM Chapter: December 1968
COLORS: White, Gold, and Black
FLOWER: White Rose
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: St.
Jude's Hospital, Red Cross, Ellisville State School
THEME PARTIES: Lorris Morris, White Rose Formal
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Jeff Kinsella, Kevin Kiser, Eric Kolin. James
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FOUNDED: National: 1901
USM Chapter: May 1953
COLORS: Red and Purple
FLOWER: Red Rose and Purple Violets
PHILANTI-IROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: Na-
tional Camp Fund, Blood service, Lions Club
THEME PARTIES: Founders Day, Red Rose Formal, Raise
Your SPA Party
Dan Baird, Daniel Barton, Rob Berry, An-
thony Blackwell, John Boepple, Mike Bour-
geious, Chris Cochran, Mike Dale, Lee Do-
val, Greg Fairey, Greg Farriss, Lance Gre-
million, Robbie Griffin, Brett Herrington,
Mike Johnson, Van Jones, Henry Kauhane,
Matt Kendrick, Ray Lauga, Daren
Lechner, Pat McGloughlin, Charles
O'Conor, John Richart, Paul Roblin,
Charles Vice, Marc Walling, Anthony
Warrington, Craig Westerfield, Danny
Mom "Joy" Samrow
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FOUNDED: National: 1899
USM Chapter: January 1986
COLORS: Charry and Gray
FLOWER: Red Carnation
PHILANTHROPIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: St
THEME PARTIES: Smith and Jones, Halloween Party,
Shaka Haole Luau, Christmas Bash, Founder's Day
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tivities throughout Hattiesburg to participate
in. Right: Students seemed happy to spend the
day outdoors, whether it was laying out by the
pool or just picking on your friends. Below:
Skate-boards once again became a popular
sport. Some off campus students even rode
them to class.
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chose to shop at the Hub for USM shirts aand
other materials. Below: Students that lived off
campus and had to walk to the campus, chose
While a number of students chose to live in the resi-
dent's hall, there were a majority of students who chose to
live off campus as well. Living off campus meant renting a
home or apartment. Those who chose to live in apartments
found that noise and parties did not set very well with their
neighbors. One of the major advantages of your own place
was that you could decorate it any way that you like
provided you did not repaint the walls or nail into them.
The carpet was usually brown or green and the walls were
either white or a creamy beige. Those that lived off cam-
pus found it exciting and those that moved from the dorms
out into the community found a lot more freedom than
those that lived in apartments from the start.
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Below: Many ull' campus students had children
to entertain as well as school. Right: Accidents
happen ot'l' campus and on. Students off cum-
pus as well as those on campus utilized the
L'SNl clinic for their doctor needs.
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to enjoy outdoor activities and get a really great
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always seemed to find the most interesting
things to get into. Below: Since their apart-
ments or homes were ususally far away from
campus, many off campus students chose to
hang out in front of the Hub. Left: The Univer-
sity game room gave many off campus studnets
something to do between classes.
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unixvefrsityf offered a host of undergraduate
majorfieldsi of study and also a number of master's 'rr
Clegreessfor .graduate studlents, .
Left: Whether it was in class lectures, or infor- USM hosted a variety of different fields. Sci-
rnril getltogethers, academics was stressed to ence and Technology was one of USM's grow-
s everyone. Thelnew football coach Curley Hall- ing schools.
roman expressed his views to the team. '
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It is the objective of the University of
Southern Mississippi's College of Business
Administration to see that students receive
the education necessary to meet the chal-
lenges of the computer age, and the com-
plexity of the business world.
The college's academic areas are: Eco-
nomics, Finance and General Business,
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Management, management Information
Systems, marketing, and the school of Pro-
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training is provided to insure that every stu-
dent will have the necessary tools and ana-
lytical abilities to succeed in the business
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A Tyrone Black Dalton, Back Row: Ijannie Forte and Douglas Er-
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The College of Education and Psy-
chology prepares students for careers as
quality teachers and psychologists. The
student is trained with a mixture of
classroom learning, field experience,
laboratory experiences, and internships.
The College of Education and Psy-
chology is divided into departments of
Business Education, counseling Psychol-
ogy and counselor Education, Educa-
tional Leadership, and Research, Cur-
riculum and Instruction, Industrial and
Vocational Education, Psychology, and
Special Education. these departments
have programs designed to prepare stu-
dents for teaching in public and private
schools as well as in college and universi-
ties. Other departments provide training
for careers in psychology and counseling
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School of Health, h sical
Education and Recreation
Recognized as a leading institution in the
South, USM's School of Health, Physical
Education and Recreation prepares stu-
dents for careers in health, physical educa-
tion and recreation.
The purpose of the comprehensive pro-
grams is to provide these professionals with
leadership opportunities in the fields of ath-
letic administration and coaching, health
and safety education, physical education,
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and recreation. In addition to preparing
students for careers as physical education
teachers and coaches, the School is looking
to the future and preparing students for ca-
reers in community health education, park
management, recreational planning and
physical fitness specialists, recreational
therapists, and safety specialists for indus-
Walter E. Cooper
Dgan Senator: Danny O'Bicrne
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The School of Home Economics is pre-
paring students for careers in such diverse
areas as fashion, interior design, nutrition,
food service, and tourism. The school is di-
vided into three departments: Environmen-
tal Design, Family Life Studies, and Home
Economics Education, and Institution Ad-
ministration. Students can have a concen
tration in such areas as Merchandising
Child Development, Dietetics, Family Re-
lations, Hotel and Restaurant Administra-
tion, and Interior Design.
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Senators: Front. Becky Wrlghl, Davxd Lmle, and
TCVTY Harper Jeanene Purser, Back: Stacey Welborn and Cindy
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Today's information specialist gathers
data into systematic collections available at
a moment's notice. The information spe-
cialist works with computersg preserves rare
manuscriptsg and works with slides, film
and microfiche and videotapes. The goal of
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students for professional roles in librarian-
ship. USM boasts the largest library sci-
ence faculty in the state and is the only
program in Mississippi to be accredited by
the American Library Association.
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The School of Nursing is preparing stu- to maintain nursing knowledge and to stay
dents for beginning general practice of pro- abreast of the changes occurring in the
fessional nursing in hospitals, community health field today. These continuous
health agencies, and other health care fa- changes place responsibility on practition-
cilities. The continuing education program ers for continued learning.
provides opportunity for registered nurses
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The college of Science and Technology
offers fifteen different majors and eleven
pre-professional programs within eleven
academic departments. The College has ex-
perienced phenomenal growth and its fac-
ulty is dedicated to helping solve problems
in scientific and technological areas. The
college has five institutes: Environmental
Science, Microbiology and Related Sci-
ences, Surface Coatings, and the Mississip-
pi Polymer Institute. In addition, it has the
twelve departments of Biology, Chemistry,
Computer Science, and Statistics, Con-
struction and Architectural Technology,
Geology, Industrial Technology, Math-
ematics, Medical Technology, Physics, As-
tronomy, Polymer Science, and Science
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Dean .lack McHenry
Offering the only graduate level degree
in social work in the state, the University of
Southern Mississippi's School of Social
Work combines classroom study with field
experience to meet the need of this increas-
inglv specialized field. This program nre-
pares future social workers to participate
professionally in welfare departments, pri-
vate social service agencies, and health de-
partments, hospitals, mental health agen-
cies, school systems, and community agen- , r .
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The Honor's College at the University of
Southern Mississippi, the only one in the
Southeastern United States and one of only
fourteen in the nation, provides academic
opportunities to a select number of out-
standing students each year. The purpose is
to provide superior students with a broad
humanistic education and to give a proper
setting and perspective to their specialized
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Eligibility requirements include an ACT
score of 25 or higher, faculty recommenda-
tions, an extemporaneous essay, and a per-
sonal interview. Requirements to graduate
from the Honor's College include a compre-
hensive examination in the student's field of
study and the completion of a senior pro-
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uals wagesabiefto pool together with other students
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The University Activities Council was very USM's Student Alumni Association worked
well recognized on campus. They provided us hard this year. Several members attended the
with entertainment greats such as: George National and District Conventions held in
Carlin, The Pr0dl1CCfSi and U10 Ourfield. Clemson South Carolina, and Athens Georgia.
The Band Was Good . . .
What rowdy bunch of seniors could be heard
above everyone at USM home football games?
Why, the marching band of course! The ecucated
group of musicians added color during football sea-
son. For each game there was a new show to learn,
complete with music and marching drill. After per-
forming the pre-game and half time show, the band
led spirited cheers in the stands that ranged in tone
from mild to borderline obscenity. In mediocre sea-
sons they are often the only ones cheering.
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ed many crowds at USM games. They were, as a J ,,
group disappointed though that the strut had been
removed from their routine by the new band direc-
tor.. After ae number of complaints from students
and alumni, a small version of the strut was repla-
ced. The team consisted of 48 young ladies who gave x
a number of hours each week to produce new shows ,
for the spectators.
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Donlin, Scott McNally, Sherri McMullan, Kim
Wooldbright, Russ Willis, Jeff Hall, Tim Farris,
Brian White, Elliot Voivedich, Todd Buchanan
Sonia Bush, Laurie Mullis, Kim Chauvin, Kay Koep-
pel, Ginger Nunnery, April Curry, Karen Davis,
Chandra Berry, Missy Arata, Beth Queen, Pauline
Hill, Jennifer Moore, Kim Sutton, Tara Aust, Phyllis
Bames, Pam Berger, Melissa Furr, Velecia Hampton,
Tornonal Weber, Stacey Hellen, Patricia Armstrong,
Shelia Garland, Michelle Jerome, Tanya Dantzler,
Gidget Horn, Lisa Armstrong, Jennifer Smith, Hope
Howell, Denine Baygents, Chiquita Moore.
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Mike Dobbins-ASB Advisor
Virta DeLaine-ASB Advisor
Fran Jones-Student Services Advisor
Julie Lindsey-Asst. Student Services Director
C.C. Weaver-Executive Secretary
Todd Buchanan-Attorney General
Tracy Richmond-Election Commissioner
Leah Friend-Asst. Spirit Director
Mike Scandone-Spirit Director f
Jay Burnell-Special Projects Director
David Milling-Legal Services Director
Matt Race-Asst. Legal Services Director
Rick Hammond-Public Relations Director
Lim Dowe-Asst. Public Relations Director
Missy Warren-Director of Executive Projects
Robyn Lee-Miss Southern Pageant Director
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Mary Argus, Lee Farrow, David Le-
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Sonya Fountain, Bill Garmon, Mi-
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Katie Craft, Christina DeMichiel,
Carol Clifton, Tony Smith. Not Pic-
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comb, Daniel Rich, Randy Kwan, Lee Farrow, Christina DeMichiel.
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Mississippi's Top Five Freshmen
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ing chased by the opposition. Above: USM's
first seasonal touchdown against Tulane
brought Eagle fans to their feet. Right: USM
had a young quarterback this year and had
high hopes for the seasons to come.
SM Football Brings
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When a team is undefeated with a conference
championship ring on their fingers-everyone wants
to be part of the action. People automatically walk
up and pat players on their backs and tell them how
proud they are. The locker rooms are filled with
reporters and handshakers, and shouts of victory fill
But when a team goes without a win, there are no
congratulatory handshakes, and no conference ring,
and the locker rooms are filled with silence, except
for an occasional sigh from a college senior who
realizes that he has played the last game of his ca-
The year for the Eagles started out innocently
enough as far as predictions of success go. It seemed
that no matter how many games the Eagles won or
lost, they could not fill the stands at the games. After
a somewhat disappointing season, Head Coach Jim
Carmody resigned leaving USM to find a new coach
for the 1988 season.
Head Coach Jim Carmody watched intently as
the Eagles pulled away a victory over Jackson
State. Carmody and his assistants worked well
together to insure a safe game for their players.
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Brett lfarvc at third and five.
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gain that extra yardage
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and eight at the nineteen yard line, Brett Farve
scrambles to the thirteen yard line with a gain
of six and 11:40 left in the quarter. Below: Joe
Pearson brings down a Texas A8tM player
after a gain of fourteen yards. Minutes later
Southern scored their first touchdown to tie the
score at seven to seven.
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USM an edge on many occasions.
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line. USM players were always ready to protect the possibility of a win.
Above: USM's defense was on the attack
against Memphis State.The Eagles were al-
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The huddles gave the player the chance to plan
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had won a line out for Southern against the
Crimson Tide. Above: Defensive player .lay
Russell up ended the ball carrier for Alabama.
Below: Steve Songe and Scott Montague were
often seen chasing down Alabama runners.
They were, however, unsuccessful in the results
ofthe game. Right: Mark Seitz was a very good
defensive player for USM. He is shown her
SM's Newer Sport
The 1987 fall season opener was against the
Crimson Tide of Alabama. After leading at the half.
USM lost to the Tide 16-9. The following week, they
played in their first Deep South Rugby Tournament
and lost to LSU, but redeemed themselves with a
victory over Rice Univeristy. Due to scheduling
problems, the next three games were forfeited by
USM's opponents. USM traveled to Memphis State
in a one sided match. Southern's fall season ended
with a 6-3 record.
Two of USM's outstanding players, Ricky Con-
rad and Scott McCathran were chosen to play on the
Deep South Select Side team, along with other
teammates from Alabama, Louisiana, and Missis-
Sportsmanship was something carried between
both teams. Injured players were often helped
off the field by members of both squads.
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mates their upcoming play. The squad worked
so well together that even Louisville fell prey to
the Golden Eagles. Above: The Eagle mascot
was always on hand at the home games to give
the fans a treat. Right: A familiar sight for
Eagle fans was the scoring ofa basket. Many of
which never touched the rim.
Everyone expected the best out of the 1988 Eagle
Squad, and they made sure that they delivered.
After the winning of the 1987 NIT the Eagles re-
turned this season in full force.They defeated big
name teams such as Memphis State, Louisville, and
South Carolina. They were also named into the top
twenty for the first time in USM's history. Everyone
was very excited about the Golden Eagle basketball
season, and there were just not enough tickets to go
around. From the late night camp out for tickets to
the Louisville game resulted a bill through the ASB
Senate to create better ticket acquiring policies. The
Eagles gave pride to the campus and made other
major colleges look our way for a means of competi-
tion. We are very proud of you guys, and we know
that you gave it your best.
The Eagles victory over Memphis State left
them ready to face the Cardinals of Louisville.
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Above: Randy Pettus was not only short, but
also quick. His ability to stop and start sudden-
ly made him an asset to the squad. Right: Sen-
ior Casey Fisher not only aided the team with
his ball handling skills, but he also scored many
points, either three pointer. or layups, for the
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or finishing off a pass from Casey Fisher to
score a perfect aly-oup.
Captain, Casey Fisher. led the Eagles in scor-
ing during many games. Casey was a senior
from Utica. Mississippi.
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Above: lQSfvl's Darrin Chancelor was often
seen flying through the air. Whether it was a
dunk or a aly-oup. liagle fans were always on
their feet. Right: Randolph Keys was seen
rlunktng on several occasions during USM's
xietory over Vlemphis State. The Eagles work
.ind determination led them to numerous victor
ries oxer top ranked teams.
Many clubs and organizations made banners
.ind signs to show everyone that they had the
"l"agle I-ever" and confidence in our team.
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outstanding. Head Coach Kay James called
plays to her squad from the sidelines.
Seated left to right: Sharon Varnado. Gwen Jones, Michelle Fornea, Brenda Williams, Michelle Griffin, Alisa West, and Lesha Franklin. Standing left to right: Kathi
West. Christy Sullivan, Catrina McCants. Tvlary Corbello, Manager Susan Heiden, Asst. Coach Shirley Jones-Hill, Head Coach Kay James, Asst. Coach Joye Lee, Gina
Griffin, Amy Helden, and Renee Magee.
Renee Magee was a very experienced defensive
player for the Lady Eagles. She assisted the
Eagles with a number of stolen balls and
caused many turnovers for the opposing teams.
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Renee Magee, despite her small size, was also
an asset for the Eagles with her speed and in-
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up picks to aide their teammates in an open
shot or pass. Above: The quickness of the Ea'
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Basketball Done Right
Basketball, like all sports, has always been
deemed asa male dominated sport. The ladies ofthe
Golden Eagles basketball team I am sure would not
admit to this.
The ladies had a very positive attitude about the
sport. and they should. after winning the Metro the
year before. They looked to each game as a chal-
lenge. and never gave up even when the going got
The Lady Eagles basketball team exemplifies the
word determination. Through their continual hard
work and strong endurance they have put together
quite an impressive record. Congratulations Lady
Eagles on a job well done!
Right: Sharon Varnado was one of the Lady
Eagles best rebounders. She was effective both
offensively and defensively. Below: Renee Ma-
gee was very effective for USM in the scoring
department. Her speed enabled her to move
past defenders for the easy layups.
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liagles soccer squad as being loaded. They only lost one
senior to graduation and had the best collection of tal-
ent since he had been coaching in the last four years.
Glassmer felt that in the four years the team had come
a long way in terms of talent. He stated that in the past
he had started people that could not sit on USM's
bench today, The squad from the year before stumbled
through a losing record but were competitive in each
game. USM's team had a good defense and moved the
Since the soccer team is not a varsity team supported
by the athletic department the team must raise the
money' and count on donations to buy equipment. The
team also hosts a clinic for younger players in the Hat-
tiesburg area to raise money.
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the field but also the ability to dribble the ball
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basics esselntials the reafllsfffspicse of lifelftare those
amaiiinlgiy unpredictable hipedal r lifeiforms which
constantlysurrotmd us. Your basic,simp1le, natural
human heingg your instructor, your advisor, the guy
next door with the 24 hour party, the gorgeous
blondein chem lab, your RA, the house mother, the
officer behind the flashing lights, your mother, and
the new guy with those intelligent, witty eyes. Noth-
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patterns, shapes, sizesg and frames of mind. Good,
bad, indifferent, people will remain individual peo-
ple and though two may meet and share common
interest no two will ever, thankfully, be exactly
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Hundreds of USM students camped out in the Faculty members were often invited to Faculty
R.C. Cook University Union trying to get tick- Teas held in their honor to bring students and
etse to the USM f Louisville basketball game. their instructors closer together.
Only an hour and 42 minutes after the tickets
went on sale at 8 a.m., they were gone.
llte L ntyerstty t I Nnullte rn Nltsstsstppt h ts eome I tr tn thts p tst ye tr tnd Dr Aubrey Lue ts has spent yet another successful year at the helm ofthe tnstttutton as
l restdettt Xlth tt h tltere were nt tny teeotnpltshments made by the laeulty stafl and students here USM also had tts share of setbacks and problems Dr Lucas
ttuttd ttttte ttt l rtd ty tlternoon to refleet on ptst eyents and dtseuss future plans
Une .tl the most prottttnent tssues eoneerntng et ery one at USN1 ts the decreastng number ofstudents enrolled tn the Untverstty and how to halt thts trend Dr Lu
e ls sl tteti th tt he telt there were multiple re tsons for the downturn tn student population the first and foremost causes being the fee increases for textbooks and food
s rt tees tttd the dee re tse tn ty ttl tble Itn tnetal atd Lueas quoted a stattstte saying We are now able to meet only 90'Z ofthe financial need per tndtvtdual He also
e tted tne re tsed eotnpetttton from out ol state sehools as a possible reason for the decrease Lucas described remedies such as tmprovtng advtsement streamltntng the
re Islftll in proeedures tnd deyeloptng the LSM lOl eourse for new students
On llte other stde ol the eotn one ol the brtght spots tn the past year was the completion of USM s 75th Anniversary Celebration The President reported that the
e tmp tt n tt ls tremendously sueeesslul and exeeeded the contrtbutton goal of7 9 mtllton by almost 4 mtllton We discovered tn thts campatgn new sources ofsup
p wrt tnd w e yy tll eonttnue to butld on this support as we deyelop eommented Lucas He satd that he felt thts event helped create a hetghtened awareness ofthe Unt
tersttt espeet tlly through the ptetortal htstory of L SM entttled Dearly Bought and Deeply Treasured by Chester Morgan Lucas also explained that he hoped
L Syl would be kept tn the ltmeltght by the aeeompltshments of USM tn thetr respective fields Lucas also stated that he felt there ts at least one program every week
sueh t t leeture torum eoneert sporting eyent or other student acttvtty that keeps USM vtstble to the commumty and to prospective students
Dr Lue ts ls tlso yery exetted about the new state government admtntstratton betng moved tnto place tn the Governor s Mansion tn Jackson under the leadership
yery tggresstye lull ol energy and has ytston of what can be and they have demonstrated thetr dedication to education through the new budget and tts
tpproprtattons lor edueatton
Dr Lueas noted that he felt another of LSVI s greatest assets ts tts students He commented that he felt the students were handling changtng poltctes well polnt
tn to the new aleohol poltey and the presence of the AIDS eptdemtc tn American society Lucas admitted that tt ts dtfftcult to assess student optntons and attttudes
w hen he ls s0 elose to them He mentioned that he dtd not know tfstudent behavtors were changing but he was pleased with the open dtscusston and the exchange of
tntormatton about them Lueas also tnststed that the Untverstty had a responstbtltty to the students here who want to be fed housed and educated by an outstanding
tnstttutton He matntatned This ts a great place to be but tn this bureaucracy we sometimes mtshandle students needs and desires but we always do our best to
eorreet these problems l loye my students and interacting with them That ts the fun of being President'
Lueas also expressed hts sattsfaetton with student support of school sponsored events He asserted that thmgs had changed drasttcally tn hts twelve years as
President and that tnstttuttons are now dealing with a better qualttv student We have a marvelously rtch variety of acttvtttes on campus so many tn fact that you
w ould flunk out tf you trted to attend ey ery funetton satd Lucas He continued And yet tt seems some students try They appear to be genumely tnterested tn what
we hate to oller outside the elassroom
Lueas yt as also exetted about USM s role tn tts surroundmg community and tts numerous charitable endeavors He ctted substantial monetary donations and vol
unteer projeets that were made and organt7ed by members of the Untverstty community Dr Lucas stated that he felt this was because USM wanted to be a good
The President has high hopes for the comtng year Hts btggest asptratton ts to have the changes from the reorgantzattonal study tmplemented and whtle he feels
that these ehanges w tll mean a more efftetently and effecttvely run tnstttutton he acknowledged that several years would be requtred to make all the necessary tm
proyements and refinements Dr Lueas wtshes that the Untverstty was better funded tn order to ratse teachers salaries tncrease and tmprove equtpment make the
ltbrary more adequate and provide more scholarships for students He satd he was tnterested tn phystcal repatrs and tmprovements tncludtng construction of the
polymer setenee eomplex eompletton of a HYPER factltty and a new phystcal fitness aCtlVlllCS center Lucas also expressed hts hopes to see a larger student body
an tnerease tn faeulty and staff personnel four sellouts at M M Roberts Stadtum a sellout at every Reed Green Coltseum game and standtng room only at every
leeture exhtbttton and eoneert
finally Dr Lueas dtseussed hts proudest moments and disappointments at the Untverstty He was most upset over the lack of funding for everythtng He stated
that most problems reyolyed around budget dtfftculttes but he manages to ftnd a brtght spot tn everythtng I believe I am proudest of the caliber ofour faculty here
not just beeause of thetr teaehtng but also because of thetr scholarship and the attention that they brtng to USM
Dr Lueas anttetpates another successful year at Southern He promtsed l can be exctted about next year because l know I can look forward to some outstanding
teeompltshments from our faculty and staff and the contributions of our students
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Seated from left: George T. Watsong Charles C. Jacobs, Jr.g Dr. John R. Lovelaceg President Betty A. Williamsg Bryce Griffisg Vice President
Thomas D. Bourdeauxg Sidney L. Rushingg Frank O. Crosthwait, Jr.g Diane Miller. Standing from left: Dr. E.E. Thrash, former Board Executive
Secretary and Directorg William H. Austin, Jr.g Will A. Hickmang Denton Rogers, Jr.g and William M. Jones.
S. Eugene Barnes-Assistant to the Vice
President for Research and Extended Af-
Language Institute nication Services
Sirley A. Bateman-Director of English Thomas S.Bateman-Director ofCommu-
f. for 6?
Marshall Bell-Track and Cross Country Harold Tyrone Black-Dean ofthe College David Bodenhamer-Assistant to the Vice
Coach of Business Administration President for Academic Affairs
Onva K. Boshears-Dean ofthe School
of Library Services
Curtis E. Bozeman-Manager of Print- Harry Brown-
ing Center Affairs
Director of Financial
Walter E. Cooper-Dean ofthe College Hill Denson-Head Baseball Coach Michael C. Dobbins-Assistant Dean of
of Health, Physical Education and Re- Student Development
Warren K Dunn Dlrector of the Um
James G Carmody Head Football James Ray Carpenter Dxrector of the Jlmmy Carpenter Dxrector ofthe Un1
Umverslty Golf Course verslty Golf Course
Peter E Durkee Vlce Presldent for
Thomas G Estes VICC Pres1dent for
Busmess and Fmance
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Ernest Lawrence Harrington-Men's
Tennis Coach and Head Trainer
Clyde N. Ginn-Executive Assistant to
Ken Haymen-Director of Purchasing
for Business and Finance
.Ioan P. Glover-Director University
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Robert Herrington, Jr.-Director of
Helen Grant-Women's Tennis, Volley- G. Terry Harper-Dean of the College
ball and Softball Coach of Liberal Arts
Joe Holloway-Dean of USM Gulf
George David Huffman-Dean of the
College of Science and Technology
Diana Kay James-Women's Basket-
ball Coach and Assistant to the Athletic
Robert M. Lowe-Director of Universi-
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Shirley J. Jones-Dean of the School of
Henslee "Bill" McLellan
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Boyd A. Kellett-Director of Student William Kirkpatrick-Director of Pub- Carl C. Lawrence-Director of Place-
Health Services lic Relations ment Services
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Registrar and Director of Admissions
Jerri L. Morgan
Dean of School of
Regiel Napier-Assistant Director of
Public RelationsfSports Information
Barabra L. Ross-Director of Greek
Powell Olgetree-Director of Alumni
Gene Saucier-Assistant to the Vice
President for Business and Finance
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President and Dean of Student Affairs
Giulia Saucier-Director of Interna-
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William C. Scruggs-Director of the
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RObf2ft T- VHHAUCT-Dean Of the Gfa' Sidney E.L. Weatherford-Director of
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Joseph Eugene Tinnon-Dean
Dennis E. Webster-Director of Broad-
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Karen M. Yarborough-Vice President
for Research and Extended Services
Malcolm K. Turk-Men's Basketball
all of ame 1987
Being selected to the Liniversity ol' Southern Mississippfs Hall
olllnne uasindeed an honor The mudentssehxned hehllngh
cahy as well Each had aho been sdected hno the VVhos VVho
Among American College Students. These selected few belonged
to iarious honor societies, and were a combination of greeks and
independents llaH of Fanie was the highest honor given to a
student at LSNI. each individual that received this award was very
all of ame 1988
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Best Citizen 1987
Niichelle Bell was from Hattiesburg, MS. She was a member of
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math Honor Society, Rho Lambda, Order of
Omega. Alpha Kappa Alpha-President, Vice President, 1985
Ms. Esquire Chair, Union Board, Delegate to the Association of
College Unions Regional Conference, Dean's List.
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Donald Collins Diboll was from Bay St. Louis, MS. He majored in
Athletic Administration and Coaching. He was a member of
Southern Style, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Active of the Year, Intramu-
ral Chair, Ruch Chairman, USM student Coaching, IFC, SAA,
Order of Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, ODK, Dean's List,
Presidents Lists, ASB Senator, Kappa Delta Pi, Greek of the Year,
Who's Who and Outstanding Young Men of America.
Best Citizen 1988
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Kimberly Lane Woolbright a Social Rehabilitation Services major
with a 3.78 GPA. She was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority,
Southern Style. Rho Lambda, and Pi Tau Chi.
Jay Larry Ladner earned a Bachelors of Science degree with a
major in BiologyfPre-Medicine. He was a member of the Golden
Eagle Basketball Team and the baseball team as well. He was also
a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, and ASB senate, and was
selected to this years Who's Who.
Students represent all the academic disciplines and major interests
Who's Who features thirty-five
Who's Who in American College
Students was a foundation established
on the premise that students who offer
leadership and make valid cultural and
civic contributions on campus and in the
community which improve the quality of
life deserve recognition. Professors, ad-
ministrators, and staff members make
nominations from the graduating class.
A committee, chaired by Dr. Joe Paul,
Dean of Student Development, evaluat-
ed contributions made through leader-
ship on campus.
Examples of contributions included
academic advancement such as projects
conducted by Faculty Scholars, Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, Golden Key and oth-
er honoraries. Organizations like ASB,
University Activities Council, IFC, Stu-
dent Printz, and Southerner work for the
common good of all. Other groups such
as Student Alumni Association, Alpha
Phi Omega, and Delta Omicron offered
contributions in the combination of ef-
fort that may provide humanitarian ser
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dilyn Adams. Greenville. Senior. .leyycll
Xdams, Pensacola. Senior. Julie Adams.
Xlexandria. l..-X. lfreshman. l.ori Adams.
Bogalusa. l..-X. Sophomore. Nlarcus Ad-
ams. liosciusko, Senior
Terri Adams. Hattiesburg. Senior. Rusty
.-Xdcock. Nlandcnhall. Junior. Angela
.-Xguilar. Gautier. Sophomore. Danial Ah-
med. Karachi. Pakistan. Maria Albornoz.
Barinas. XiCllC!llClL1.SCl'llOI'. Ridge Alcorn.
Janet Aldridge. Bolton. Junior. Laura
Alexander. Wiggins. Junior. Pollyanna
Alexander. Hollandale. Senior. Vernita Al-
ford. Enterprise. Freshman. David Allen.
Pensacola. FL. Sophomore. Suzanne Allen.
Randy Allen. Hattiesburg. Senior. Roy Al-
len. McComb. Sophomore. Sharon Allen,
Fernwood. Junior. Terance Allen. Hatties-
burg. Junior. John Alliston. Saucier. Ju-
nior. Bill Allon. Magnolia. Senior
Candace Allred. Slidell. LA. Freshman.
Angela Amos. Gulfport. Freshman. Felicia
Anderson. Byhalia. MS. Sophomore. Ju-
dith Anderson. Laurel. Senior. Marsha An-
derson. Huntsville. AL. Graduate. Martha
Anderson. Purvis. Freshman
Patricia Anderson. Laurel. Freshman.
Tammy Anderson. Vicksburg. Junior,
Tammy Anderson, Gulfport. Junior. Andy
Andrews. Petal. Sophomore. Ashley An-
drews. Columbus. Freshman. Dennis Anus-
zewski. Springfield. OH. Senior
Marilyn Appleton. Utica. Junior. Missie
Arata. Bogalusa. LA. Senior. Carra Ar-
cher. Mobile. AL. Freshman. Michael
Agruelles. Biloxi. MS, Senior. Caroline Ar-
gus. New Orleans. LA. Freshman. Mary
Argus. New Orleans. LA. Sophomore
George Armstrong. Natchez, Sophomore.
Lisa Armstrong. Silver Creek. Senior. Pa-
tricia Armstrong. Silver Creek. Senior. Ce-
cile Arnold. Hattiesburg. Senior. James
Arrington. Shubuta. Senior. Martilia Ar-
thur. Terry. Senior
William Atkins. Biloxi. Junior. Tara Aust.
Ocean Springs. Junior. James Aust. Hat-
tiesburg. Sophomore. Vanessa Austin. Hat-
tiesburg. Freshman. Rebecca Autry. Co-
lumbia. Graduate. Michelle Avary. Laurel.
Dawn Avery. Hintsvillc. Junior. Dominic
Avery. Long Beach. Senior. Nathan Ay-
cock. Saucier. Sophomore. Peggy Bacak.
Nloss Point. Freshman. Melissa Bach. Fair-
field. OH. Junior. Dent Bagby. Biloxi.
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Selangor, Junior, Carshena Bailey, Jack-
son, Junior, Ruby Bailey, Terry, Freshman,
Missy Baker, Brandon, Freshman, Richard
Baker, Brookhaven, Senior, Donald Balch,
Charles Baldwin, Greenville, Freshman.
Sheri Naldwin, Tampa, FL, Junior, Lavon-
nia Ball, Clarksdale, Senior, Lori Banes,
Meridian, Senior, Teri Sue Bankston, Cov-
ington, LA, Junior, Laurie Bankston, Bran-
Bette Bankston, Hattiesburg, Sophomore,
Greg Barber, Baldwin, Senior, Tracy Bar-
ber, Corinth, Senior, Melissa Barid, Pasca-
goula, Sophomore, Karon Barker, Pon-
chayoula, LA, Sophomore, Michelle Bar-
nard, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Junior
Melissa Barnes, Oakvale, Senior, Phyllis
Barnes, Moss Point, Junior, Reynold
Barnes, Gulfport, Senior, Rosie Barnes,
Collins, Senior, Sandie Barnes, Magee,
Senior, Co-Sandra Barnes, Natchez, Soph-
Thomas Barnett, Eupora, MS, Senior, Bar-
bara Barnette, Jackson, Junior, Laurie
Barton, Lucedale, Senior, Cissy Baskin,
Jackson, Senior, Charles Battaglia, Slidell,
LA, Freshman, Robin Batte, Brookhaven,
age of 88 LIBERACE the glittering showman and pianist who captivated fans for four decades with an inimitable personal and musical style died quietly at his home at the
age of 67 JOHN HUSTON who directed such films as The Malteese Falcon and The Treasure ofthe Sierra Madre died in his sleep at the age of 81
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lelieia Batteaste. Ciloster. NIS. Sopho-
more. lsrissy Baueum. Pieayune. MS.
lreshm.in. lisa Baugh. Mount llermon.
l X. lreshman. Brenda Baughman. Sum-
r.ill. MS. Senior. Staey Bauglin. Clinton.
MS. Junior. Mollie Bayhi. Pieayune. MS.
Robert Bay lis. Oeean Springs. MS. Junior.
llope Beals. London. lfngland. Sophomore.
-Xndrew Beamon. lena. MS. Freshman.
Trisha Beamon. lean. MS. Sophomore.
David Beams. Greenville. MS. Senior. An-
gela Bean. lxokomo. MS. Freshman
liwok Bear. lindor. MS. Sophomore. Hippy
Bear. Bearlin. MS. Sophomore. Let-God-
Sort-lfm-Out Bear. Bearlin. Germany. Ju-
nior. ldious Bear. Bearlin. Drunken. Soph-
omore. Leprechaun. Bear. Gummi. MS.
Freshman. Punisher Bera. Parts Unknown.
Kill-Em-All Bear. Bearlin. W. Germany.
Junior. Tanya Beard. Jackson. MS. Sopho-
more. Wendy Bearden. Slidell. LA. Fresh-
man. Grin Bearette. Laurel. MS. Senior.
Andrea Beasley. Long Beach. MS. Junior.
Catherine Beavers. Sumrall. MS. Senior
Michelle Beck. Mobile. AL. Freshman.
Nikkitta Beckley. Crystal Springs. MS.
Freshman. Mimi Behl. Colorado Springs.
CO. Junior. Connie Bell. Kokomo. MS.
Senior. Lisa Bell. Greenvivlle. MS. Sopho-
more. Michelle Bell. Hattiesburg. MS.
Sharon Bell. Purvis. MS. Senior. Denise
Bell. Laurel. MS. Senior. Harry Bennett.
Biloxi. MS. Senior. Denise Bell. Laurel.
MS. Senior. Harry Bennett. Biloxi. MS.
Senior. Spring Bennett. Carrier. LA. Sen-
ior. Cindy Benson. Philadelphia. MS.
Freshman. Christie Bergold. McComb.
Denise Bernier. St. Thomas. U.S. Virgin
Islands. Sophomore. Floresia Berry. Green-
ville. MS. Sophomore. Phelicia Berry.
Greenville. MS. Freshman. Anne Marie
Beerthold. Picayune. MS. Senior. Karen
Bertucci. Biloxi. MS. Sophomore. Edgar
Best. Woodville. MS. Senior
Cheryl Bester. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Robert Betcher. Pass Christian. MS.
Freshman. Tammi Bew. Grenada. MS.
Freshman. Tina Beverly. Grand Rapids.
Ml. Sophomore. Deborah Beyea. Clinton.
MS. Senior. Patricia Bibbs. Kilmichael.
Trenton Bilbo. Clinton. MS. Senior. An-
gela Bingham. Como. MS. Freshman. Bet-
tina Bingham. Grenada. MS. Freshman.
Nane Blackledge. Laurel. MS. Sophomore.
Tana Blades. Moss Point. MS. Freshman.
Charelle Blackwell. Petal. MS. Sophomore
Nlichcle Blackwell. Runnelstown. MS. Ju-
nior. Shari Blailock. McComb. MS. Senior.
Patricia Blake. Mound Bayou. MS. Fresh-
man. Sonya. Blakely. Edwards. MS. Ju-
nior. Laura Blakeslee. Gulfport. MS. Soph-
omore. Tamara Bland. Macon. MS. Sopho-
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ifer, Blaskovich, Chicago, IL, Freshman
Donald, Blough, Sumrall, MS, Freshman,
Kathryn Boh, Bay St. Louis, MS, Sopho-
more, LaSandra Boler, Union, MS, Senior.
Karl Bolt, Atlanta, GA, Junior
Sandra Bolton, Beaumont, MS, Senior,
Anne Bond, Jackson, MS, Senior, Tana
Bond, Wiggins, MS, Sophomore, Tammy
Bonnette, Mandenhall, MS, Junior, Lynda
Buntyn, Moss Point, MS, Senior, Tracey
Booker, Natchez, MS, Senior
Tonya Boone, Angie, LA, Junior, Johnnie
Booth, Ponchatoula, LA, Senior, Mauzy
Booth, Alpha Land, MU XI, Junior, Karen
Borden, Bogalusa, LA, Sophomore, An-
nette Boudreaux, Long Beach, MS, Senior,
Shander Bouldin, Madison, MS, Freshman
Jean Bounds, Magee, MS, Senior, Mark
Bounds, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Blythe Bourne,
Columbia, MS, Sophomore, Damen
Bourne, Columbia, MS, Graduate, Bradee
Bowering, Mobile AL, Freshman, Jimmy
Boyd, Laurel, MS, Senior
Patty Boyd, Prentiss, MS, Senior, John
Boyer, Waveland, MS, Junior, Donna
Boyles, Waynesboro, MS, Senior, Jenny
Bradford, Ocean Springs, MS, Senior, Lisa
Bradford, Forest, MS, Junior, Richard
Bradford, Laurel, MS, Junior
Jackie Gleason Lorne Greene
DEATHS LEE MARVIN the gravel voiced Oscar winner who died at the age of 63 was remembered by colleagues as an actor who really was among the good guxs ex en
though he often protrayed the hard as nails rogue JACKIE GLEASON the rotund Great One who got laughs and riches as a blutstering bus driver in the television series
The Honeymooners died in June at the age of 71 LORNE GREENE who for I4 years played the firm but gentle father to three sons on televisions "Bonanza," died in Sep
foneice Bradford. Amory. NIS. Sopho-
more. Rickey Bradley. Bay Springs. NIS.
Sophomore. Rhonda Bradley. Hattiesburg.
NIS. lfreshman. N'incent Bradley. llurlcy.
NIS. Senior. Barry Bradey. Grenada. NIS.
Senior. Bobbie Bradshaw. Columbia. Sen-
Nlarion Branch. Greenyillc. NIS. Senior.
Jennifer Branson. Jackson. NIS. Sopho-
more. Linda Braxton. Jackson. MS. Fresh-
man. Nlarlene Breakfield. Columbia. MS.
Senior. Nliehael Breehtel. Chalmette. LA.
Senior. Lisa Breckenridge. Gulfport. MS.
Nlelissa Breckenridge. Gulfport. MS. Sen-
ior. Cristine. Breerwood. New Orleans.
LN. lfreshman. Stefanie Breland. Hatties-
burg. NIS. Sophomore. William Brett. Hat-
tiesburg. Nls. Freshman. Kateri Brewer.
Charleston. S.C.. Graduate. Patsy Brewer.
Clara. NIS. Senior y
Angela Brevard. New Orleans. LA. Senior.
Sonson Bridges. Joliet. IL. Sophomore.
Lisa Bridges. Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman.
Larry' Brinkley. Purvis. MS. Senior. John
Britton. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Melinda
Broadhead. Hattiesburg. Ms. Freshman
Dee Ann Brady. Jackson. MS. Freshman.
Terry' Brock. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior.
Ricki Brogan. Clinton. MS. Senior. Mal-
lory' Brooks. Covington. LA. Junior. Shella
Brooks. Columbus. MS. Senior. Terria
Brooks. Brookhaven. MS. Sophomore
Marshella Broom. Gulfport. MS. Fresh-
man. Jessica Broome. Seminary. MS.
Freshman. Anthony Brown. Prentiss. MS.
Freshman. Barbara Brown. Gretna. LA,
Freshman. Billy Brown. Prentiss. MS.
Freshman. Connie Brown. Prentiss. MS.
Dean Brown. Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
Derek Brown. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior C.
Brown. Richard. MS. Junior. Eric Brown.
Jackson. MS. Senior. Gregory Brown. Nat-
chez. MS. Junior. James Brown. Menden-
hall. MS. Senior
Joseph Brown. Laurel. MS. Senior. Karla
Brown. Amory. MS. Sophomore. Lori
Brown. Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Mal-
colm Brown. Rosedale. MS. Sophomore.
Paula Brown. McComb. MS. Junior. Ro-
berta Brown. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior
Vie.-Xnna Brown. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Betsy' Browne. Hattiesburg. MS. Ju-
nior. Danny' Brady. Grenada. MS. Fresh-
man. Ntlichael Bruffey. Biloxi. MS. Sopho-
more. Lori Brunelle. Pensacola. FL.
Freshman. Emily Bryant. Raleigh. MS.
Lenita Bryant. McComb. MS. Junior
Stephanie Bryant. Brookhaven. MS. Sen-
ior. Wanda Bryant. Jackson. MS. Sopho-
more. Deborah Buchanan. Vancleave. MS.
Junior. Jeanette Buckhalter. Winona. MS
Senior. Stan Buckley. Petal. MS. Senior
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Richard Buckman, Pachuta, MS, Sopho-
more, Laura Buhler, River Ridge. LA.
Freshman, Shawn Bullard, Biloxi, MS,
Senior, Bart Bullock, Hattiesburg, MS, Ju-
nior, Brenda Bullock, Hattiesburg, MS.
Laura Bullock, Jackson, MS, Freshman,
Lisa Bullock, Columbia, MS, Sophomore.
Paula Bulluck, Biloxi, MS, Freshman,
Randell Bullock, McComb, MS, Junior.
Royce Bullock, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior.
Sonya Bullock, Hattiesburg, MS, Fresh-
Susan Bullock, Brentiss, MS, Senior,
Christopher Bunyard, Morton, MS, Sopho-
more, Yvette Burdon, Osyka, MS, Fresh-
man, Robert Burge, Kenner, LA, Sopho-
more, Gill Burke, Mobile, AL, Senior,
Ruth Burkey, Columbia, MS, Senior
Jay Burnell, Sarasota, FL, Junior. Steph-
anie Burns, Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Deon
Burt, Biloxi, MS, Junior, Hugh Busby,
Picayune, MS, Junior, Cheri Bush, Hat-
tiesburg, MS, Sophomore, Sonia Bush, Bay
Springs, MS, Junior
Sandra Butler, Carnes, MS, Freshman.
John Byer, Vicksburg, MS, Graduate,
Sherri Bynum, Laurel, MS, Junior, Antho-
ny Byrd, Seminary, MS, Sophomore, Kim-
berly Byrd, Gulfport, MS, Freshman, Lee
Byrd, Richton, MS, Junior
A 24 day strike by the NFL players ended in mid October when the Union capitulated and went to court instead of trying to fight the club owners at the bargaining lable
l'.imel.i Byrd. Brandon. MS. Senior. Tam-
mie Byrd. Citronelle. Al.. Junior. lhyru
By rd. Paclitita. N1S.Scnior. Xlincssa By rd.
l,.lClllllLl. N1S.Senior. lfcrris Byxbe. lum-
berton. MS. Senior. Guendolyn Cain.
Chunky. NIS. Junior
Chris Calhoun. Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
MS. Senior. Trudy Calhoun. Jackson. MS.
Sophomore. Leonard Calhoune. Jackson.
MS. lfresliinaii. Stacey Calloway. Laurel.
MS. Senior. lxathry n Calvert. Mobile. AL.
Junior. Dee Cameron
Nancy Cameron. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Tamela Camp. Petal. MS. Senior.
Angela Campbell. Collinsville. MS. Junior.
Susanne Campbell. Vicksburg. MS. Sen-
ior. Yolanda Campbell. Natchez. MS.
Freshman. Hernando Canabal. Tolu. Co-
Laura Canada. Slidell. LA. Freshman.
Chris Canard. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior.
Susan Cangemi. Natchez. MS. Junior. Ka-
ren Cannette. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Paul
Cannette. Biloxi. MS. Freshman. Hristian
Carabuela. Constantza. Romania
Grace Carman. Burnsville. MS. Graduate.
LeRoy' Carman. Burnsville. MS. Senior.
Ben Carmichael. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Dorothy' Carmichael. Jackson. MS.
Senior. Brooks Carney. Hattiesburg. MS.
Junior. Angela Carpenter. Vicksburg. MS.
Kim Carpenter. Jackson. MS. Senior. Lu-
cretia Carpenter. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior.
Kenneth Carr. McComb. MS. Junior. Ray-
mond Carriere. Gulfport. MS. Junior. Car-
melita Carroll. Greenville. MS. Sopho-
more. Kelli Carter. Gulfport. MS. Fresh-
Chris Carter. Pelahatchie. MS. Junior. Da-
vid Carter. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Martin
Carter. Greenville. SC. Senior, Michael
Carter. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Rita Carter.
Shubuta. MS. Sophomore. Shonda Carter.
Greenville. MS. Freshman
Tori Carter. Slidell. LA. Freshman. Virgin-
ia Cascio. Petal. MS. Junior. Sean Casey.
Luling. LA. Junior. Ken Cash. Jackson.
MS. Senior. Michelle Catchot. Biloxi. MS.
Junior. Judith Cathey
Deanna Causeyp Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
Suzette Causse. New Orleans. LA. Fresh-
man. Luisa Caveda. Hattiesburg. MS. Ju-
nior. Rebeca Caveda. Hattiesburg. MS.
Freshman. Jennifer Caveny. Hattiesburg,
MS. Senior. LeaAnn Cavin. Wesson. MS.
Daniel Cayarga. Caracas. Venezuela.
Sophomore. Bob Chain. Hattiesburg. Ms.
Freshman. Bachar Chama. Damascus.
Syria. Graduate. Edgar Chambers. Moss
Point. Ms. Junior. Mary' Chambliss. Semi-
nary. MS. Senior. Earlis Champagne. Bi-
loxi. MS. Senior
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man, Erin Chapman, Hattiesburg,
Senior, Margaret Chapman, Kinderhook,
NY, Senior, Robinlynn Chapman, Clinton.
MS, Senior, Steven Champhey, Hatties-
burg, MS, Senior, Connor Charles, Bran-
don, MS, Junior
Michelle Chiniche, Bay St. Louis, MS.
Sophomore, Horace Chui, Hong Kong,
Senior, Gscar Chung, Taipei, Tawain,
ROC, Graduate, Kim Ciano, Pensacola,
FL, Junior, Dale Clark, Delzoni, MS.
Freshman, Jill Clark, Corinth, MS, Senior
Lana Clark, Petal, MS, Sophomore, Lara
Clark, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman, Peter
Clark, Sumrall, MS, Freshman, Mary
Clark, Ellisville, MS, Senior, Raymond
Clark, Petal, MS, Senior, Sharon Clark,
Sumrall, MS, Junior
Willis Clark, Brandon, MS, Senior, Steph-
anie Cleveland, Hazlehurst, MS, Senior,
Catherine Clearman, Hattiesburg, MS, Ju-
nior, Otis Clement, Water Valley, Junior,
Christi Clements, Forest, MS, Sophomore.
Wendy Clemons, Picayune, MS, Sopho-
Angie Clepper, Petal, MS, Freshman, Con-
nie Clinton, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Car-
men Coale, Clinton, MS, Junior, Dene
Coats, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior Katherine
Cochran, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Noal
Cochran, Richton, MS, Senior
S ln an effort to keep the Persian Gulf open to
1- - navigation. the United States began in July to
il escort vessels to protect them from Iran. ln
September the U.S. Navy blew up an Iranian
ship that was caught laying mines in the Gulf.
Several mines were confiscated.
Norma Coello, San Pedro Sula. Honduras.
Senior. Ygismin, Sun Pedro Sulat, llondu-
ras, Junior, Brian Cole. Laurel. NIS. lfresh-
man, Chantelle Coleman. New Orleans.
l,-X. lfreshnian, lueey Coleman. llalel-
hurst, MS, Junior. Natalie Colle. Van-
eleaye. MS, l'reslim,tn
Joseph Collins, Collins, MS, Sophomore,
Kelly Collins. Pens.ieola. MS. Sophomore.
Clint Collom, X'.mele,iy'e, MS, Sophomore,
Katherine Colson. Long Beach. MS, Ju-
nior, Amy Compretta, Bay' St. Louis, Ju-
nior, Andrea Conerly, Biloxi, MS, Senior
fylfreda Cook, Hattiesburg, MS, Fresh-
man. Donna Cook, Flint, Ml, Senior, Pa-
mela Cook, Magnolia, MS, Junior, Joan
Cooksey, Waynesboro, MS, Senior, Jo
Cooley. New Orleans, LA, Senior, Wendy
Cooley, Waynesboro, MS, Junior
Adrienne Cooper, Gulfport, MS, Senior,
Michelle Cooper, Houma, LA, Freshman,
Pat Cooper, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman,
Tiffany Cooper, Columbia, MS, Sopho-
more, Odessa Cork, Louise, MS, Sopho-
more, Wanda Cork, Louise, MS, Senior
David Corkern, Franklinton, LA, Fresh-
man, Paul Corkern, Hernando, MS, Sen-
ior, Caasandra, Corley, Hattiesburg, MS.
Senior, Cynthia Corley, Taylorsville, MS,
Junior. Tommy Corley, Petal, MS, Senior,
Valerie Corley, Hatti, MS, Sophomore
Suzanne Cosper, Pearl, MS, Senior, Gary
Coulter. Bassfield, MS, Sophomore, Angie
Covington, Meridian, MS, Senior, Rebecca
Cowan, Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Vens-
cent Cowann, Pascagoula, MS, Freshman,
Karen Cowart, Gautier, Senior
Olive Cox, Union, MS, Senior, Robert Cox,
Cleveland, MS, Sophomore, Tracy Cox,
Faulkner, MS, Senior, Joan Craft, Hatties-
burg, MS, Senior, Kathleen Craft, Kenner,
LA, Freshman, Christine Crate, Jackson,
Ernestine Crate, Indianola, MS, Senior,
Cindy' Crawford, Picayune, MS, Fresh-
man. Tammy Crawford, Pelahatchie, MS,
Senior, Jamie Creel, Biloxi, MS, Fresh-
man, Tammy Creel, Biloxi, MS, Freshman,
Dana Crenshaw, Hernando, MS, Sopho-
Colleen Crew, Jackson, AL, Senior, No-
reen Crews. Gautier, MS, Senior, David
Criddlc, Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Martha
Crisco, Brandon. MS, Junior, Donna Cro-
chet, Prentiss, MS, Sophomore, Timothy
Crotwell. Morton, MS, Freshman
Christine Crow, Slidell, LA, Sophomore,
Albert Crowther, Meridian, MS, Junior,
Sandra Crowther, Meridian, MS, Senior,
Shannon Cruise, Laurel, MS, Junior, Del
Crum, Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, Ed-
die Cruthirds, Gulfport, MS, Senior
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more, Kirk Cuevas, Gulport, MS, Senior,
Jennifer Cunningham, Pearl, MS, Fresh-
man, Renee Curet, Pascagoula, MS, Ju-
nior, Karen Currie, Utica, MS, Freshman,
Aprile Curry, Hattiesburg, MS. Sopho-
Chad Curry, Petal, MS, Sophomore, Sheri
Cuury, Gulf Breeze, FL, Freshman, Clau-
dia Curtis, Columbia, MS, Sophomore,
Candace Curtis, Utica, MS, Junior, Dapne
D'Aquilla, Long Beach, MS, Senior,
Amanda Davis, Yazoo City, MS, Junior
Angel Davis, Yazoo City, Freshman, An-
gela Davis, Picayune, MS, Junior, Angela
Davis, Petal, MS, Junior, Chuck Davis,
Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Eric Davis, Jack-
son, MS, Freshman, Johnny Davis, Tyler-
town, MS, Junior
Karen Davis, Ovett, MS, Senior, Kevin Da-
vis, Senior, Kimberly Davis, Slidell, LA.
Sophomore, Linda Davis, McNeill, MS.
Senior, Melvin Davis, Quitman, MS, Ju-
nior, Mitchell Davis, Lucedale, MS, Junior
Natalie Davis, Columbus, MS, Freshman,
Regina Davis, Pelahatchie, MS, Freshman,
Tammy Davis, Hattiesburg, MS, Sopho-
more, Tina Davis, Jackson, MS, Senior,
Christy Davidson, Mobile, AL, Freshman.
Diane Davidson, Escatawpa, MS
Two of the top entertainers of the year were Whitney Houston, and Madonna
le Xnn Davidson. Pearl. NIS. Junior. Shar-
on Dawkins. Hattiesburg. NIS. Sophomore.
Siobhan Daugharty. Neleehia Darby. Lau-
rel. NIS. Junior. Celena Darden. Rosedale.
NIS. lireshman. Dana Darragh. New Or-
leans. LA. Junior
Raehel Daniels. Gulfport. NIS. Freshman.
.Nnfela Dannenmueller. Biloxi. MS. Senior.
Tiffany Dale. Hattiesburg. MS. Graduate.
Pamela. Daley. Slidell. LA. Freshman.
Carla Dame. Philadelphia. MS. Freshman.
Gretchen Daigle. New Orleans. LA. Fresh-
Willie De-iarnette. Selma. AL. Junior.
Christina DeNIiehiel. Metaire. LA. Fresh-
man. Bobby DeN'ore. Picayune. MS. Ju-
nior. Dana Dean. San Pedro. CA. Junior.
Darlene Dean. Laurel. MS. Sophomore.
Charles Dear. Enterprise. MS. Junior
Greg Dedeaux. Long Beach. MS. Senior.
Wendy Deemy. Clara. MS. Junior Loretta
Dees. State Line. MS. Junior. Sally Dees.
Nletaire. LA. Sophomore. Susan Delaney.
Clinton. NIS. Senior Edgar delos Santos.
Gulfport. NIS. Junior
Jerry Dendinger. Covington. LA. Junior.
William Dent. Quitman. MS. Sophomore.
Anna DiGiacomo. Biloxi. MS. Junior.
Bruce Dickerson. Prentiss. MS. Freshman.
Donald Dieekman. Jackson. MS. Senior.
Anthony Dillard. New Albany. MS. Junior
Susannah Dillard. Laurel. MS. Senior.
Jennifer Dillon. Summit. MS. Senior. Billy
Dilworth. Corinth. MS. Senior. Amy Ditt-
man. Slidell. LA. Freshman. David Dixon.
Silver Creek. MS. Junior. Michael Dobson.
Purvis. MS. Senior
Tracy Doebler. Pascagoula. MS. Fresh-
man. Denise Dokey. New Orleans. LA. Ju-
nior. Melissa Donald. Picayune. MS.
Freshman. Chuck Donlin. Pass Christian.
NIS. Senior. Robert Donahue. Vicksburg.
NIS. Sophomore. Pablo. Depico. Oviedo.
Billy Dorr. Picayune. MS. Senior. Lisa
Dortch. Columbus. MS. Freshman. Jett
Dorsett. Lucedale. MS. Sophomore. Susan
Dory. Gulfport. MS. Sophomore. Ronald
Dotson. Brandon. MS. Junior. Kimberly
Dowe. Canton. MS. Senior
Lisa Dowdy. Gulfport. MS. Sophomore.
Laurie Downes. Picayune. MS. Graduate.
Cassandra Dove. Raleigh. MS. Freshman.
Lisa Drake. Brandon. NIS. Freshman. Dan-
iel Drane. Columbia. MS. Senior. Tammy
Draughn. Baton Rouge. LA. Junior
Yddub Drofware. Jackson. MS. Senior.
Chrissy Dubuisson. Metaire. LA. Sopho-
more. Janice Duck. McComb. MS. Sopho-
more. Sufanne Duck. Liberty. MS. Senior.
Nella Duckworth. Wesson. MS. Junior.
Tamra Duckworth. Pearl. MS. Senior
Matt Dudley Chatham IL Junlor
Charles Duett Belzonl MS Sen1or Karen
Duffle Slldell LA Sophomore Loel
Dukes Gulfport MS Sophomore Momca
Dukes Moblle AL Sen1or Carl Dunaway
McComb MS Sen1or
Dalton Dunaway Sumrall MS Junlor
Vanessa Dunaway Jayess MS Semor Jo
seph Dunn Crestvlew FL Sophomore
Malcolm Dunn I-Iattlesburg MS Sen1or
Mellssa Dunn Greenwood MS Sen1or Ja
net Dunmhoo Ocean Sprlngs MS Sen1or
Brad Duvall Waynesboro MS Semor
Darren Dykes Tylertown MS Jumor He
len Earls Srlver Creek MS Semor Blu
Earth Memphls TN Junlor Hrplthany
Earth SIOUX NC Sen1or Sue Easterllng
.Ionesv1lle LA Junlor
Lane Eastland Cllnton MS Sophomore
Beth E3SlWlCkC Laurel MS Junlor Kelly
Eastwlcke Montlcello MS Sophomore
Sabrma Edens Slmpsonvllle SC Semor
Andy Edwards Gulfport MS Sen1or
Charles Edwards Pascagoula MS Fresh
Cmdy Edwards Sulphur LA Sen1or
Phyllls Egnew Columbus MS Sen1or
Donna Ehlers Long Beach MS Sen1or
Mark Elchler Ontarro Canada Fresh
man Lee Ann Elkms Hattlesburg MS
Sen1or Jenn1ferEll Greenv1lle MS Jumor
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Shea lflliott. Richton. NIS. lfresliman. ln-
dia lfllis. Moss Point. MS. Junior. Kristin
lillner. Jackson. NIS. Junior. .-Xndreu lill-
fey. lioltoina. MS. Junior. Johnny lilmurr.
Pass Christian. MS. Senior
Mey El-Murr. Beirut. Lebanon. Junior.
Robert Erlxliart. lueedale. MS.Scnior. De-
bra Escher. Pascagoula. MS. Sophomore.
Ann Espasito. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Carol
Estes. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior. Lisa Eth-
ridge. Picayunem. MS. Junior
Thomas Evans. Sontag. MS. Junior. Kim
Evans. Metaire. LA. Freshman. Lynn Ev-
ans. Summit. MS. Junior. Sonya Evans,
Grenada. MS. Freshman. Yolanda Evans,
Long Beach. MS. Freshman. Pamela Ex-
pose. Columbia. MS. Senior
Lisa Ezell. Petal. MS. Freshman. Michael
Ezell. Richton. MS. Senior. Vicki Ezelle,
Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore. Randy Fa-
gan. Gulfport. MS. Senior. Monique, Fa-
geins. Memphis, TN. Senior. Chris Fairley,
Melissa Fairley. Jackson. MS. Sophomore,
Tonyia Fairley. Hattiesburg. MS, Fresh-
man, Michael Falcon. Biloxi. MS, Fresh-
man. Chantal Famularo. New Orleans.
Sophomore. Free Fancy. Zeta Land, Ju-
nior. James Farmer. Clinton. MS. Senior
Michael Farmer. Clinton, MS, Senior. Pat-
rick Farrell. Vicksburg. MS. Senior, James
Farrish. Decatur, AL. Senior, Timothy
Fast. Byram. MS, Freshman. Michael
Fatherree. Natchez. MS. Freshman, Brett
Favre. Pass Christian. MS, Freshman
Stephen Favre. Bay St. Louis, MS. Senior,
Marshall Fayard. Ocean Springs, MS,
Sophomore. Suzette Fayard. Ocean
Springs. MS. Senior, Vici Felker, Jackson,
MS. Freshman. James Fenton, Tuscaloosa,
AL. Freshman. Jerry Ferguson. Holcomb,
Tracy Ferguson, Slidell, LA. Freshman,
Angela Fisher. Utica. MS. Freshman, San-
dra Fitch. Falfurrious. Texas, Senior, Gene
Fitts. Gulfport. MS. Junior. Martin Fitts.
Myrtle. MS. Sophomore. Charles Flax.
Lamdcn. MS. Senior
Keenth Fleming. Pearl. MS, Senior, Betty
Fletcher. Clinton. MS. Senior, Larry Flow-
ers. Terry. MS. Sophomore. Marie Flow-
ers. Monticello. MS. Sophomore. Cathy
Floyd. Natchez. MS, Senior, Wendy Floyd,
Morton. MS. Sophomore
Jay Foil. Franklinton. LA. Sophomore, M.
Food. Prudhomme. LA. Junior. Amanda
Ford. Woodville. MS. Junior. Lisa Ford,
Gulfport. MS. Senior. Samantha Fore,
Picayune. MS. Senior. Lucy Forehand, Bay
Minettc. AL. Junior
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Catherine Forster, Regina Sask, Canada,
Junior, Daniel Forte, Mandeville, LA, Ju-
nior, Suzanne Forte, Long Beach, MS.
Freshman, Vincent Forte, Mandeville, LA,
Senior, Amy Fortenberry, Jayess, MS, Ju-
Gina Fortenberry, Gulfport, MS, Senior,
Kristin Fortenberry, Hattiesburg, MS,
Sophomore, Lois Fortenberry, Columbia,
MS, Freshman, Richard Fortinberry, Bi-
loxi, MS, Senior, Anjeanette Foster, Me-
ridian, MS, Junior, Stephanie Fox, Jack-
son, MS, Freshman
Danny Foy, New Orleans, LA, Senior, La-
mar Foy, Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore,
Juan Franco, Clai, Columbia, Graduate,
Lajoyce Franklin, Sardis, MS, Freshman,
Rebecca Franklin, Gulf Breeze, FL, Fresh-
man, Tayna Franklin, Freshman
Grand Freebird, Gillsburg, MS, Senior,
Larry Freebird, Sweethome, AL, Senior,
Jerry Freeman, Purvis, MS, Senior, Mitch-
ell Freeman, Richton, MS, Senior, Shan-
non Freeman, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman,
Cynthia French, Biloxi, MS, Senior
Tracy Frizzell, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Rusty
Fuller, Vicksburg, MS, Senior, Stephanie
Fulton, Starkville, MS, Junior, Curtis
Galle, Biloxi, MS, Sophomore, Paul Galle,
Gulfport, MS, Freshman, Diane Gamble,
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore
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old aspiring actress and model from Miami.
Christy Gandy. Moss Point. MS. lfresh-
man. Daxid Gardecki. Niceville. l'l..
lresliinan. Alison Gardner. Hattiesburg.
NIS. Fresliman. Cliristoplier Gardner.
X icksburg. MS. Senior. Kimberly Gardner.
llattiesburg. MS. Senior. Sheila Garland.
Biloxi. MS. Senior
Robert Garner. l-erriday. LA. Senior.
Catherine Garnett. Pieayune. MS. Fresh-
man. Yalerie Garrett. Gautier. MS. Senior,
lillen Garside. Bay St. Louis. MS. Senior.
Shelli Gary. Biloxi. MS. Freshman. Ronald
Gaston. Mobile. AL. Senior
Edu ard Gaudet. Natchez. MS. Freshman,
Lisa Gaudet. Natchez. MS. Junior, Wil-
liam Gebhart. Foley. AL. Senior, Sharon
Gerald. Brookhaven. MS. Junior. Michael
German. Alexandria. VA. Sophomore. Ra-
chael Gibbs. Pensacola. FL. Senior
Andrea Gibson. Vicksburg. MS. Sopho-
more. Todd Gibson. Hurley. MS. Fresh-
man. Jodie Gillespie. Hattiesburg. MS.
Freshman. Samia Gillespie. Okolona. MS.
Freshman. Shaun Gilley. Ocean Springs,
MS. Senior. Laura Gillis. Hattiesburg.
Michelle Gilly. Clinton. MS. Senior. Paul
Gilly. Clinton. MS. Senior. David Gilmore.
McComb. MS. Junior. William Gilstrap,
Gulfport. MS. Senior. Clyde Ginn. Tyler-
town. MS. Sophomore, Walter Gipson.
Picayune. MS. Senior
Kathye Gist. Iuka. MS, Junior. Glory Gi-
vins. Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Curtis
Gladney. Ocean Springs. MS. Sophomore.
Kenny Glenn. Meridian. MS, Sophomore.
Robert Glenn. Meridian. MS. Sophomore,
Tammye Godsey. Ridgeland. Junior
Christopher Goff. Moss Point. MS. Junior.
Christy Goff. Vancleave. MS. Freshman.
Laura Goff. Rochester. NY. Junior. Cath-
erine Goins. Paulding. MS. Sophomore.
Sheryl Golden. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Jennifer Gollott. Biloxi. MS. Senior
Natasha Gomez. Vicksburg. MS. Senior.
Tracy Gomez. Hattiesburg. MS, Senior.
Lisa Goodwin. Brookhaven. MS, Sopho-
more. Ronald Goodwin. McComb. MS.
Senior. Bob Gook. Carbondale. PA. Senior.
Melissa Gook. Crestview. FL. Freshman
Pete Gook. Carbondale. PA. Senior, Susan
Gordon. Summit. MS. Junior. Diana Gor-
etski. Ocean Springs. MS. Senior. Maureen
Goretski. Ocean Springs. MS. Junior,
Monica Goretski. Ocean Springs. MS. Ju-
nior. Michael Gosha. Laurel. MS. Junior
Robert Goss. Natchez. MS. Junior. Donna
Gottstine. Wilmer. Al.. Freshman. Fozzi
Goudeau. Eastbuchie. MS. Freshman. Lyle
Goudeau. Meridian. MS. Sophomore. Lori
Gould. Vicksburg. MS. Freshman. Missy
Gotten. Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore
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dra Graff, Jackson, MS, Senior, Beth Gra-
ham, Jackson, MS, Senior, Felicia Gra-
ham, Carthage, MS, Sophomore, Larry
Graham, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Christi Gray,
Deborah Gray, Pearl, MS, Junior, Kim
Gray, Natchez, MS, Freshman, Patrick
Gray, Natchez, MS, Freshman, Phyllis
Grayson, Greenville, MS, Senior, Jane
Grissom, Taylorsville, MS, Junior, Jennifer
Grissom, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman
Sharon Griffin, Newton, MS, Junior,
Rhonda Griffis, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior,
Jacqueline Griffith, Picayune, MS, Sopho-
more, Blythe Green, Gautier, MS, Senior,
Deborah Green, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior,
Rita Green, Heidelburg, MS, Senior
Richard Green, Hamilton, OH, Sopho-
more, Kim Gregoire, Brookhaven, MS,
Freshman, Susan Greenlee, Jackson, Soph-
omore, Tamara Gremillion, Seattle, WA,
Sophomore, Carla Grenn, McComb, MS,
Junior, Carolyn Greer, Bogue Chitto, MS,
Jennifer Greer, Brookhaven, MS, Fresh-
man, Holly Gubert, Franklinton, LA,
Sophomore, Haward Guenard, Waveland,
MS, Senior, Yvonne Guidroz, Biloxi, MS,
Senior, Andrew Guillotte, Pearl, MS, Ju-
nior, Jason Gunnell, Brookhaven, MS, Ju-
The Golden Gate Bridge in San
Francisco celebrated its 50th
birthday About 250000 people
jammed onto the bridge for an an
niversary walk across the span
Another 500 O00 packed the
bridge approaches but were denied
access because the engineers
feared the span could not support
le.-Xnn Gupton. Poplarville. MS. Sopho-
more. l.aura Guthrie. Hattiesburg. MS.
Junior. Thomas Githrie. Vicksburg. MS.
Senior. Willie Guthrie. Purvis. MS. Fresh-
man. Richard Haarala. Paseagoula. MS.
Junior. Jo,-Xnn Haggerty. Gautier. MS.
Kataneh Hakimeadeh. Petal. MS. Fresh-
man. Paula. Haley. Goodman. MS. Fresh-
man. Deron Hall. Basslield. MS. Fresh-
man, Jolt' Hall. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior.
Kim Hall. Memphis. TN. Junior. Mamie
Hall. Natchez. MS. Junior
Timothy Haller. Gulfport. MS. Junior.
Krista Hamilton. Annadale. VA. Raymond
Hamilton. Greenville. MS. Senior. Scott
Hamilton. Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Syl-
via Hamilton. Jackson. MS. Senior. Juli-
ette Hamler. Mobile. AL. Senior
Patricia Hammett. Gulfport. MS. Junior.
Rick. Hammond. Metaire. LA. Sopho-
more. Rusty Hammons. Long Beach. MS.
Senior. Velecia Hampton. Anguilla, MS.
Freshman. Lawrence Hanberry. Hatties-
burg. MS. Freshman. Melissa Haney,
Cleveland. MS. Senior
Debora Hankins. Laurel. MS. Senior.
Christy Hanneke, Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Steve Hanneke. Hattiesburg. MS. Ju-
nior. Charles Hansford. Maylene. AL, Ju-
nior. Walie Haqq. New Orleans. LA,
Freshman. Syed Haque, Dhaka Bangla-
Kimeron Hardin. Forest City. NC. Gra-
duate. Jill Hardy, Biloxi. MS. Senior. Carl
Hardy. Meridian. MS. Junior. Debi Hardy,
Petal. MS. Freshman. Robert Harenski.
Biloxi. MS. Sophomore. Gregory Hargett.
Brookhaven. MS. Senior
Patricia Haring. Purvis. Ms. Junior, Kevin
Harmon. Houston. MS, Junior. Veronica
Harper. Crystal Springs. MS. Freshman.
Dollie Harrell. Magnolia. MS, Freshman,
Deidre Harrigill. Pearl. MS, Senior, Felicia
Harris. Chicago. Il. Freshman
Loren Harris. Picayune, MS. Senior. Ma-
rie Harris. Scooba. MS. Senior. Charla
Harrison. MS. Sophomore. Dana Harrison.
Mt. Hermon. LA. Junior. Sonja Harrison.
MS. Sophomore. Glenn Harshman. Merid-
ian Ms. Freshman
Douglas Hart. San Bruno. CA. Senior. Stu-
art Hartfield. Purvis. MS. Junior, Tammy
Hartfield. Columbia. MS. Senior. Sharon
Hartgraves. Wesson. MS. Senior. Thomas
Harvey. Prentiss. MS. Junior, Syed Hasan.
Meerut. India. Senior
Said. Hashimi. Newton. MS. Senior, Ste-
ven Hastings. Detroit. MI. Sophomore. Re-
becca Hatten, Hattiesburg. MS, Fresh-
man. James Havard. New Augusta. MS.
Senior. Shelia Havard. Petal, MS. Junior.
Lynn Hawley. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior
Lorna Hayenatt, Jackson, MS, Senior,
Dawn Hayes, Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore,
Mallie Hayes, Vaughn, MS, Senior, Gary
Haygood, Liberty, MS, Jennifer Hays,
Chatawa, MS, Junior, Cavda Haynes,
Moss Point, MS, Freshman
Liz Head, Long Beach, MS, Freshman,
Randy Heat, Clinton, MS, Senior, Rendy
Hedgepeth, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Su-
san Heiden, Jackson, MS, Junior, Debra
Helberg, Brandon, MS, Freshman, Tina
Henderson, Richton, MS, Junior
Terri Hendry, Bay Springs, MS, Senior,
James Hannessey, Slidell, LA, Sophomore,
Mark Henry, Soso, MS, Junior, Lisa Hen-
sarling, Picayune, MS, Junior, Beverly
Henshaw, Gautier, MS, Sophomore, Me-
lanie Herrin, Biloxi, MS, Junior
Christine Herring, Biloxi, MS, Junior,
Dawn Herring, Stonewall, MS, Senior, So-
nja Herrington, Sumrall, MS, Freshman,
Timothy Herrington, Pascagoula, MS,
Senior, Karl Hester, Pearl, MS, Junior,
Melissa Hester, Fulton, MS, Senior
Michael Hewes, Gulfport, MS, Freshman,
Angela Hicks, Leakesville, MS, Senior,
Johnny Hicks, Poplarville, MS, Senior.
Jana Highstreet, Bassfield, MS, Sopho-
more, Charlotte Hilderbrand, Benotonia,
MS, Freshman, Carmen Hill, Pascagoula,
At the end of January many students were very surprised and happy to awaken to find the campus adorned with snow. Friends were seen in large groups creaming each other
with snow balls Anyone coming out of the Hub was clobbered by the football team who lay in wait for anyone entering or leaving the post office.
Carol Hill. Quitmun. NIS. Junior. Deborah
Hill. Taylorsville. NIS. Junior. Jerri Hill.
Hattiesburg. NIS. Freshman. Karen Hill.
Sorrento. LA. Freshman. Kristy Hill. Hat-
tiesburg. NIS. Freshman. Pauline Hill.
Greenwood. NIS. Senior
Tanya Hill. Hattiesburg. NIS. Junior. April
Hilton. Summit. NIS. Senior. Clayton Hil-
ton. Hattiesburg. NIS. Freshman. Stacey
Hilton. Gulfport. NIS. Freshman. Jil
Hinds. Greenwood. MS. Junior. Mitzi
Hines. Ridgeland. MS. Sophomore
Cherry Hinton. Laurel. MS. Junior. Tra-
cy ann Hinton. Natchez. Sophomore. Wan-
da Hodge. Taylorsville. MS. Junior. Melis-
sa Hodges. Wiggins. MS. Junior, Sheri
Hoerner. Hattiesburg, MS. Senior. Mi-
chelle Holden. Bogalusa, LA. Sophomore
Desonta Holder. Lumberton. MS. Junior.
Heidi Hoffmann, Mt. Prospect. IL. Fresh-
man. Michael Hogan. Detal, MS, Fresh-
man. Veronica Hogsett, Jackson, MS, Sen-
ior. Donna Holder, Ocean Springs, MS,
Senior. John Holladay. Gulf Breeze, FL,
James Holland. Lucedale, MS, Junior, Yed
Holligsworth, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior,
Jacqueline Hollins. Gulfport, MS, Senior,
Melissa Holloway. Petal, MS. Sophomore,
Viktor Holmberg, Vicksburg, MS, Fresh-
man. Gary Holmes, Tylertown, MS, Junior
Eureka Holt. Mound Bayou, MS, Fresh-
man. Renee Homeyer. Greenwood, MS,
Senior, Holly Hook. Ocean Springs, MS,
Freshman. Tonita Hopkins, Waynesboro,
MS. Senior, Thomas Hargan, Ocean
Springs. MS, Senior. Bridget Horn, Nat-
chez. MS. Senior
Gidget Horn. Natchez, MS, Senior, Bren-
da Horne. Waynesboro, MS. Senior, Mar-
etta Horne. Soso, MS, Junior, Valerie
Horne. Waynesboro, MS, Junior, Gregory
Horridge. Metaire. LA, Freshman, Albert
Horton. Goodman, MS. Senior
Craig Houston, Meridian. MS, Freshman,
Nincer Houston. Moss Point. MS, Senior,
Toni Houston. Pontotoc, MS, Junior, Jo
Anne Howard. Meridian, MS. Junior, Ka-
sey Howard. Lauderdale, MS, Senior,
Mona Howard. Jackson. MS, Freshman
Melanie Howell. Lucedale, MS, Freshman,
Deborah Howell. Lucedale, MS, Senior,
Mark Howell. Jackson. MS, Sophomore,
Melanie Howell. McComb, MS. Senior,
Monica Hubler. Biloxi. MS. Senior. Cyn-
thia Hudnall. Meridian. MS. Senior
Lesley Hudson. Jackson. MS. Junior, Ed-
ward Huff. Pelahatchie. MS. Junior. Mark
Hugel. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior, Pamela
Hughes. Jackson. Ms, Senior. Robbie
Hughes. Red Banks. MS. Senior. Teresa
Hull. Dekalb. MS. Senior
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Valerie Hunt, Roxie, MS, Freshman,
George Hurst, Panama City, FL, Junior,
Asaad Hussain, Gulfport, MS, Junior,
Shahadat Hussain, Dhaka, Bangadesh,
Graduate, Mischa Hutcheson, Selma, AL,
Sophomore, Herman Ingram, Franklinton,
Laura Ingram, Picayune, MS, Sophomore,
Tammy Inman, Clinton, MS, Senior, Ka-
ren Innis, Long Beach, MS, Senior, Mareta
Iosia, Oakland Park, FL, Freshman, Tau-
pule Iosia, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Senior, Me-
lissa Irby, Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore
Geoffrey Ireland, Louisville, KY, Sopho-
more, Desmond Iry, Raleigh, MS, Senior,
Sara Ishee, Laurel, MS, Senior, Aretha
Jacks, Jackson, MS, Freshman, Carl Jack-
son, Houma, LA, Freshman, Doris Jack-
son, MS, Senior
Georgia Jackson, Moss Point, MS, Senior,
Russell Jackson, Franklinton, MS, Junior,
Steven Jackson, McComb, MS, Junior,
William Jackson, Sardis, MS, Senior, Joni
Jacobs, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Lisa
James, Magee, MS, Freshman
Malisia James, Brookhaven, MS, Junior,
Mark James, Hazelhurst, MS, Senior, Jac-
quelyn Jarrell, Hattiesburg, MS, Sopho-
more, Robert Jarufe, San Pedro, Sula,
Honduras, Senior, Deverick Jenkins, Gulf-
port, MS, Senior, Kowonna Jenkins, Jack-
son, MS, Sophomore
Kirby Puckett and Jeff Raerdon of the Minne-
1. sota Twins celebrate their World Series victory
'A over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Twins won
the seventh and final game of the series 4-2,
l..ii ell Jenkins. Columbus. MS. Senior.
llsuhyen .liang. Lo-Tung. Taiwan. Senior.
.Xdan Jimenez. Caracas. Venezuela. Sen-
ior. Amanda Johnson. Monticello. MS.
Sophomore. Andre Johnson. Wiggins. MS.
Senior. Adrienne Johnson. Columbia. MS.
Ellen Johnson. Yieksburg. MS. Senior.
Gina Johnson. Meridian. MS. Senior. Gre-
ta Johnson. Canton. MS. Senior. Guy John-
son. Meridian. MS. Junior. James Johnson.
Philadelphia. NIS. Freshman. Kim John-
son. Jackson. NIS. Junior
Malcolm Johnson. Pace. MS. Junior. Mari-
lyn Johnson. Waynesboro. MS. Senior. Mi-
ehael Johnson. Gulfport. MS. Senior. Rob-
ert Johnson. Greenville. MS. Sophomore.
Stephen Johnson. Mobile. AL. Freshman.
Teresa Johnson. Long Beach. MS. Senior
Darlene Johnson. Woodville. MS. Fresh-
man. Tim Johnston. Brandon. MS. Senior,
Mafred Jolley. Brookhaven. MS. Junior.
Annie Jones. Chicago. IL. Freshman, Ar-
thur Jones. Biloxi. MS. Sophomore, Ava
Jones. Smithdale. MS. Junior
Courtney Jones. Natchez. MS. Freshman,
Cynthia Jones. Star. MS, Junior, Freddie
Jones. Jackson. MS. Sophomore, Gregory
Jones. Biloxi. MS. Freshman. Harvey
Jones. Vicksburg. MS. Graduate. Hub
Jones. Picayune. MS. Senior
Julie Jones. Milton. FL. Junior. Karla
Jones. Petal. MS. Senior. Keith Jones.
Picayune. MS. Sophomore. Kelvin Jones.
Columbus. MS. Senior. Lea Ann Jones.
Port Gibson. MS. Senior. Linda Jones.
Ocean Springs. MS. Junior
Marci Jones. Lucedale. MS. Senior, Mari-
lyn Jones. Victoria. MS. Sophomore, Mi-
chelle Jones. Portland. OR. Freshman,
Phyllis Jones. Maben. MS. Graduate. Sam
Jones. Hattiesburg. MS, Junior. Sandra
Jones. Ocean Springs, MS, Freshman
Tena Jones. Perkinston. MS, Senior. Byron
Jordan. Waynesboro. MS. Senior. Jay Jor-
dan. Seminary. MS, Senior. Jimmy Jordan,
Pearl. MS. Senior. Mike Jordan, Hatties-
burg. MS. Graduate. Nancy Jordan. Mize.
Patrick Jordan. Lyon. MS. Junior. Trey Jo-
seph. Dallas. TX. Senior, Brian Kacz-
marek. Waukesha. WI. Sophomore. Patri-
cia Kantra. Pascagoula. MS. Junior. Jon
Kaufman. Meridian. MS. Senior. Marcia
Kaufman. Meridian. MS. Senior
Angelle Kean. Baton Rouge. LA. Fresh-
man. AnnTwinnette. Keeler. Lumberton
MS. Senior. Pearlie Keller. Prentiss. MS
Senior. Detra Kelly. Cleveland. MS. Sen-
ior. Felicia Kelly. Meridian. MS. Senior.
Nettie Kelly. Gloster. MS. Senior
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Wiilie Kendricks, Jackson, MS, Senior,
Stephanie Kennedy, Hattiesburg, MS, Ju-
nior, William Kennedy, Petal, MS, Fresh-
man, Jeffrey Kersh, Vicksburg, MS, Sen-
ior, Scott Kersh, Freshman
Cheri Kettinger, Monroe Ml, Senior,
Amos Key, Jackson, MS, Freshman, James
Keyes, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Stacy
Keyes, Lucedale, MS, Graduate,
Khoshgoo, Tehran, Iran, Junior,
Kidd, Quitman, MS, Senior
Pamm Kidd, Crystal Springs, MS, Junior,
Andy Kimbrell, Clinton, MS, Senior,
James Kimbrell, Natchez, MS, Senior,
Lynda Kinard, Petal, MS, Freshman,
Mary Kindred, Greenville, MS, Senior,
Bobby King, Jackson, Senior
Buddy King, Hueytown, AL, Junior, Carl
King, Hattiesburg, MS, Graduate, Karla
King, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Mildred
King, Meridian, MS, Senior, Robin King,
Gulfport, MS, Senior, Susan King, Hat-
tiesburg, MS, Freshman
Jeff Kinsella, Orlando, FL, Junior, Thomas
Kinsey, Moss Point, MS, Junior, Demetria
Kirk, Magee, MS, Sophomore, Michael
Kirkland, Philadelphia, MS, Senior, Mi-
chealline Kirkland, Mendenhall, MS, Ju-
nior, Kevin Kiser, Biloxi, MS, Sophomore
Once again the Golden Eagle basketball team had a winning season. The campus as a whole hoped for a Metro Bid, but USM received the NIT Bid. The Golden Eagles how ex
er fell short from the Big Apple and their season ended on a very disappointing note.
Robert Kiser. Kingston. Jatnaiea. Senior.
Sharron Kitchens. Seminary. HS. Sopho-
more. Tammy Kitchens. lillisiille. MS.
Senior. .-Xlfreda Kizer. Byhalia. MS. Sen-
ior. ,lennifer Kizer. Byhalia, NIS. Sopho-
more. Sandi Kloske. Biloxi. NIS. Senior
Kathy Klusendorf. long Beach. MS. Sen-
ior. Carey Knight. Jackson. MS. Senior.
Carmen Knight. Natchez. MS. Senior. Ha-
von Knight. Taylorsville. MS. Sophomore.
Kay Koeppel. Hattiesburg. MS. Sopho-
more. Rebecca Kolb. Hattiesburg. MS.
Erie Kolin. Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman.
Kim Kolinsky. Hattiesburg. MS. Sopho-
more. Ashley Koostra. Columbus. MS.
Senior. Marian Krishack. Biloxi. MS. Ju-
nior. Doris Kung. Taiwan. Graduate. Geor-
gianna Kwan. Moorhead. MS. Sophomore
Roderick Kwan. Moorhead, MS. Senior.
Bridget Ladner. Gulfport. MS. Junior.
Cherie Ladner. Long Beach. MS. Senior.
Everette Ladner. Gulfport. MS. Senior. Ja-
net Ladner. Long Beach. MS. Senior. Jason
Ladner. Gulfport. MS. Senior
Karen Ladner. Bay St. Louis. MS. Senior.
Michele Ladner. Slidell. LA. Freshman.
Debra Laier. Mobile. AL. Junior. Pamela
Laird. Prentiss. MS. Freshman. Monica
LaGrone. Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore.
Frank Lagrutta. Hagerstown. MD. Junior
David Lambert. Monticello. MS, Junior.
Latiece Lambert. Mound Bayou. MS,
Freshman. Mary Land. Columbus. MS,
Senior. Angelle Landreneau. Mandeville,
LA. Freshman. Donna Landry. Hatties-
burg. MS. Senior. Tracy Lang. Pass Chris-
tian. MS. Sophomore
Tara Langston. Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
Michael Lane. Tutwiler. MS, Senior. Brian
Larsen. Pensacola. FL. Sophomore, Diane
Larson. Vicksburg. MS. Senior. Lisa Las-
siter. Vicksburg. MS. Sophomore. Colleen
Lauraitis. Fairbury. IL, Freshman
Kimberly Laub. Slidell. LA, Senior, James
Lawrence. Biloxi. MS. Sophomore. Pamela
Lawyer. Vicksburg, MS. Junior. Jennifer
LeBlanc. Jackson. MS. Junior. Lance Le-
Fan. Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman. Thomas
LeNoir. Dallas. TX. Senior
Kathryn Lecky. Mobile. AL. Sophomore.
Lalisa Ledlow. Tupelo. MS. Junior. Janice
Lee. Ocean Springs. MS. Freshman, Julie
Lee. Petal. MS. Freshman. Melanie Lee.
New Hebron. MS. Sophomore. Meliisa
Lee. Picayune. MS. Sophomore
Pamela Lee. Vicksburg. MS. Sophomore.
Paula Lee. Columbus. MS. Sophomore.
Thomas Leffigwell. Thibodeaux. LA. Sen-
ior. Creg Leggett. Pascagoula. MS. Junior.
Tvlark Lema. La Paz. Bolivia. Sophomore.
Robert Lennox. Vero Beach. FL. Sopho-
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more, Chris Leonard, Mt. Olive, MS,
Sophomore, Dan Leonard, McComb, MS,
Senior, Anne Leonards, Gulfport, MS, Ju-
nior, Jim Lety, Moss Point, MS, Freshman,
Kok Lew, Malaysia, Junior
Frankie Lewis, Jackson, MS, Senior, L. Joe
Lewis, Rose Hill, MS, Junior, Meliisa
Light, Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Chante
Likins, New York, NY, Senior, David Li-
kins, New Orleans, LA, Junior, Laura Lil-
ly, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior
Michael Lilly, Hattiesburg, MS, Graduate,
Bruce Linsay, Purvis, MS, Sophomore, An-
gie Lindsey, Florence, MS, Sophomore,
Deborah Lindsey, Laurel, MS, Senior,
Mercy Lista, Long Beach, MS, Freshman,
Connie Little, Wilmington, NC, Sopho-
David Little, Petal, MS, Senior, Debra Lo-
brano, Centreville, MS, Senior, Jack Lo-
brano, Centreville, MS, Junior, Joyce
Lock, Gulfport, MS, Junior, Keith Locke,
Mobile, AL, Sophomore, Karin Lofton,
Clinton, MS, Senior
Stephen Lofton, Enterprise, MS, Fresh-
man, Vivian Lofton, Raleigh, MS, Senior,
Kum Loh, Juala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sen-
ior, Alan Long, Maitland, FL, Senior, Bea-
ver Long, Omega, Land, Junior, Laurie
Long, Forest, MS, Junior
Pope John Paul visited New Orleans
during his nine city tour in America.
Many students attended a special ses-
sion in the Superdome for young peo-
l'.ir.i long. Jackson. NIS. Graduate. Sue
l ynn loper. Hattiesburg. NIS. Freshman.
Xmy losselt. Carriere. NIS. Senior. Rita
lott. Ruleville. NIS. Senior. Connie Love.
Nladison. NIS. .lunior. Darryl Love. Gull'-
porl. NIS. Senior
Kelly Love. Hattiesburg. NIS. Senior.
Nurnessa Lovett. Jackson. NIS. Freshman.
Niue Lang Lone. Columbia. MS. Senior.
Yolanda Lon e. Jackson. NIS. Junior. Treva
Lowery. Nlendcnhall. MS. .lunior. Robbie
Lucas. Lucedale. NIS. Sophomore
Nlark Lucchesi. Memphis. TN. Sopho-
more. Jacqueline Luck. Gulfport. MS. Ju-
nior. Robert Luckett. Jackson. MS. Fresh-
man. Trina Luckett. Canton. MS. Sopho-
more. Nlichelle Lumpkin. Vicksburg. MS.
Freshman. Shawn Lundy. Philadelphia.
Janette Luttrell. Long Beach. MS. Junior.
Sheila Lyon. Laurel. MS. Junior. Robert
Lyons. Kiln. MS. Senior. Alan Lytle. Cov-
ington. LA. Senior. Grace McAlister.
Memphis. TN. Junior. Lorraine
NIcAuthor. Brookhaven. MS. Junior
Jacqueline McCain. Greenwood. MS.
Freshman. Michelle McCalla. Leakesville.
NIS. Junior. Stacy McCann. Natchez. MS.
Senior. Timothy McCann. Natchez. MS,
senior. Ethan McCarty. Taylorsville. MS,
Senior. Kevin McCaskey. Waynesboro.
Sarah McCarthy. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Jeanne McCarty. Hattiesburg. MS.
Freshman. Philip McCoy. Biloxi. MS. Sen-
ior. Lillie McCullum. Ellisville. MS, Ju-
nior. Leonia McDaniel. Vicksburg. MS.
Freshman. Mike McDaniel. Magnolia.
Nathan McDaniel. Kentwood. LA. Senior,
Sherri McDaniel. Tupelo. MS. Junior. Dei-
dre McDonald. Sophomore. Julie Mc-
Donald. Sophomore. Julie McDonald.
Freshman. Bridgit McDuff. Pass Chris-
tian. MS. Senior
Timothy IvIcFarland. Port St. Joe. FL. Ju-
nior. Angela McFarlin. Hattiesburg. MS.
Senior. Laura McGavock. Gulfport. MS,
Freshman. Miquell McGlothin. Meridian,
NIS. Sophomore. Loletha McGowan. Fox-
worth. NIS. Junior. Kelvin McGruder, En-
terprise. NIS. Junior
Rebecca N4cKay. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Thomas NfIcKay. Hattiesburg, MS,
Senior. Tonda NflcLaughlin. Waynesboro.
NfIS. Senior. Charlene McLaurin. Hatties-
burg. TVIS. Junior. NfIonica McMahon. Pur-
vis. TvIS. Senior. Jenca TvIcManus. Osyka,
NIelynda NfIcNfIillan. Forest. MS. Sopho-
more. Tonya NfIcMillan. Moss Point. MS.
Freshman. Sherri NfIcMullan. Decatur.
NIS. Junior. John McNally. New Orleans.
LA. Junior. Debbie McNeil. Jackson. MS.
Senior. Robin NfIcNeil. Prentiss. MS. Sen-
ff, 94 FWW
Chrlsty McN1nch Jackson MS Jumor
Brenda McRaney New Hebron 'VIS
Sophomore Teresa McW1ll1ams Long
Beach MS Semor Kenneth Macaro
Brandon MS Junlor Jan1e Maddox
M126 MS Jumor Mlke Mader Destln
Steve Madrld Jackson MS Sophomore
Cmdy Magee Tylertown MS Jumor In
1el1a Magee Colllns MS Jumor NOVIC
Magee Bogalusa LA Sophomore Pau
lynn Magee Long Beach MS Jumor
Tammy Magee Jackson MS Semor
WllllC Magee Colllns MS Sophomore
Deborah Malsel Pascagoula MS Jumor
Atul Malhotra New Delhl Indla Gra
duate Butch Mallette Moss Pomt MS
Freshman Pam Mahalak Jackson MS
Freshman Lelgh Manly Long Beach MS
Brlan Mann Brandon MS Semor Can
d1ce Manmng Long Beach MS Fresh
Sophomore Karen Mardts Plcayune MS
Sen1or Llse Margabskl Boston MA
Sophomore Tracey Marks Plcayune MS
Lmda Marshall Jackson MS Sen1or
Mary Martello Jackson MS Jumor Deb
orah Martm Hattlesburg MS senlor
Kathleen Martln Waveland MS Sen1or
LISH Martln Purvls MS Freshman Pa
mela Martln Greenvllle MS Freshman
Alumm Dlrector Powell Ogletree retlre after
many years of service and dedlcatlon to the
umverslty He was honored by the Umverslty
and the Alumm House was named Ogletree
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Christian. NIS. Senior. Victoria Martin.
Magnolia. NIS. lfreshman. Latabgcla Ma-
son. Jackson. NIS. Freshman. Krystal Mas-
sey. Colquitt. G.-N. Sophomore. Yvonnia
Mathis. Meridian. NIS. Junior
Mark Mathis. Carricrc. MS. Freshman.
Mattie Mathis. Crystal Springs. MS. Sen-
ior. Stacey Mathis. Meridian. MS. Senior.
Vanessa Mathis. Brookhaven. MS. Sopho-
more. Harry NIauldin. Pascagoula. MS.
Junior. John Mavar. Ocean Springs. MS.
Shannon Maxie. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Dana May. Junior. Robin May.
Freshman. Belinda Mayfield. Waynesboro.
MS. Junior. Scott Middlebooks. Hatties-
burg. NIS. Sophomore. Julie Middlebusher.
Fairhope. AL. Sophomore
Randy Miles. Brandon. MS. Junior. Char-
lotte Miley. Puckett. MS. Junior. Cindy
Miller. Waynesboro. MS. Junior. Deanna
Miller. Pearl. MS. Senior. Kevin Miller,
Pascagoula. MS. Senior. Leslie Miller.
Monticello. MS. Sophomore
Robert Miller. Poplarville. MS. Senior.
Stan Miller. Tupelo. MS. Junior. Lisa Mil-
let. Jackson. MS. Freshman. David Mill-
ing. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior. Traci Mills,
Moss Point. MS. Freshman. James Milner.
Lena. MS. Junior
John Milsap. Vossburg. MS. Sophomore,
Teresa Milsap. Heidelburg. MS. Junior.
Bradget Milton. Brookhaven. MS, Sopho-
more. Carisa Mitchell. Brookhaven MS.
Freshman. Jeanne Mitchell. Poplarville,
MS. Senior. Steven Mitchell. Dover. FL,
Tina Mitchell. Columbia. MS. Freshman,
Larry Mize. Jackson. MS. Junior. Richard
Meadows. Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore.
Steven Meadows. Hattiesburg. MS. Fresh-
man. Christopher Means. Morton. MS,
Senior. Mimi Meeks, Corinth. MS. Senior
Jiliane Melvin. Gautier. MS. Freshman.
Casey Mercier. Jackson. MS. Senior. Me-
lissa Meskimen. Gautier. MS. Senior. Bob-
by Mojo. Moscow. USSR. Senior, Scott
Mojo. Moscow. USSR. Senior. Paul Mol-
lere. Gulfport. MS. Junior
Carla Moak. Summit. MS. Senior. Steph-
anie Mobley. Slidell. LA. Junior. Rhonda
Mock. Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore. De-
bra Monohon. Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
Chandler Montgomery. Baton Rouge, LA.
Junior. Cynthia Montgomery. Jackson
Melisa Montgomery. Laurel. MS. Senior,
Donna Mooney. Collins. MS. Junior. Jerry
Mooney. Seminary. MS. Junior. Rebekah
Mooney. Hattiesburg. MS. Graduate. Cal-
vin Moore. Wiggins. MS. Freshman. Dean-
na Moore. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior
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fer Moore, West Point, MS, Sophomore.
Michael Moore, Hattiesburg, MS. Fresh-
man, Octavia Moore, Laurel, MS, Sopho-
more, Patricia Moore, Montrose, MS, Sen-
ior, Robert Moore, Meridian, MS, Junior
Stanley Moore, Wesson, MS, Senior,
James Morakinyo, Nigeria, Senior, James
Morakinyo, Ibadan, Nigeria, Senior, Patti
Moran, Kiln, MS, Senior, John Mard, Ty-
lertown, MS, Junior, Anthony Morgan,
Senatobia, MS, Freshman
Collette Morgan, Slidell, LA, Freshman,
Melinda Morgan, Hattiesburg, MS, Ju-
nior, DeWayne Morris, Jackson, MS,
Sophomore, Kelley Morris, Bogalusa, LA,
Senior, Larry Morris, Flora, MS, Senior,
Sheri Morris, Natchez, MS, Sophomore
Debbie Moss, Laurel, MS, Sophomore, Mi-
chael Moss, Tampa, FL, Freshman, Paul
Moss, Laurel, MS, Sophomore, Sherrie
Moss, Columbia, MS, Senior, Cynthia
Mosley, Lucedale, MS, Senior, Ben Mul-
len, Pascagoula, MS, Senior
Thomas Mullen, Hazelhurst, MS, Senior,
Laurie Mullis, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior,
Denise Murphy, Milwaukee, WS, Sopho-
more, Patrice Murray, Brandon, MS,
Freshman, Meliisa Muzzy, Slidell, LA,
Sophomore, Pattie Myers, Jackson, MS,
A new face was welcomed at USM this year. Ron Harkins
was hired as the new director of the Pride, He brought
many changes to the Universities halftime programs,
some which were met with much opposition. He eliminat-
ed the strut from the Dixie Darling performance which
did not set well with the students or alumni. However. the
overall halftime shows were very well done and a definite
Steien Nlyers. Biloxi. NIS. Senior. Norma
Nlyles. Nloss Point. NIS. Junior. Traci
Nlynatt. Hattiesburg. NIS. Sophomore.
Rena Nance. Meridian. NIS. Senior. Karla
Napier. Harrison. NIS. Junior. Stephenne
Nations. llattiesburg. NIS. .lunior
.Ndriana Naiaroo. Puerto la Cruz. Venezu-
ela. Graduate. Candice Neal. Sophomore.
Darryl Neal. lchula. NIS. Sophomore. Mi-
ehael Nebe. Algiers. L.-N. Senior. Michael
Necaise. Ciullport. NIS. Graduate. Julile
Neely. l lorence. MS. Senior
Nnlgela Nelson. Shubuta. MS. Sopho-
more. Kevin Nesbitt. Victoria. BC. Fresh-
man. .-Nndre Nettles. Selma. AL. Senior.
Deborah Nettles. Meridian. Felecia Net-
tles. Moss Point. MS. Sophomore. Lisa
Newell. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior
Robert Newell. Toomsuba. MS. Junior.
Claude Newsome. Springhill. LA. Junior.
Greta Newton. Hermanville. MS. Senior,
Melissa Nichols. Senior. Wiiliam Nichols.
Laurel. MS. Graduate. Jennifer Nicks.
Bubba Nobles. Petal. MS. Sophomore.
Tanya Nolan. Biloxi. MS. Senior. William
Nooris. Lake City. FL. Graduate. Leigh
Nosser. Vicksburg. MS. Senior. Gerald
Nuckols. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior. Samuel
Nugent. Longview. TX. Freshman
Rosmaria Nunnery. Jackson. MS. Fresh-
man. Terri O'Connor. Vicksburg. MS.
Sophomore. Mary O'Gwynn. Mobile. AL.
Junior. Virginia O'Gwynn. Sumrall. MS.
Sophomore. Celia O'Neal. Elk City. OK.
Graduate. Christopher O'Neill. Gulfport.
Angela Odom. Melinda Odom. Laurel.
MS. Senior. Kevin Olsen. Biloxi. MS. Ju-
nior. Maurice Oliver. Birmingham. AL. Ju-
nior. Windy Oliver. Pickens. MS. Junior.
Scott Olson. St. Louis. MO. Sophomore
Rhonda Orutt. Port Gobson. MS. Fresh-
man. Mark Orfila. Pearl River. LA. Senior.
Charles Orman. Seminary. MS. Sopho-
more. Melinda Ory. Pascagoula. MS.
Sophomore. Thomas Oscpod. New Or-
leans. LA. Sophomore. Rena Owens.
Julie Overby. Vancleave. MS. Junior. Kim-
berly Owens. Oak Ridge. TN. Senior,
Sherr Owens. Mendenhall. MS. Junior.
John Pace. Magee. MS. Senior. Judith Pa-
ciera. New Orleans. LA. Sophomore.
Lonna Pack. Biloxi. MS. Freshman
Patti Pack. Magee. MS. Sophomore. April
Packer. Leakesville. MS. Freshman.
Lewellyn Packer. Mobile. AL. Junior. Ce-
cilia Page. Laurel. MS. Sophomore. Eliza-
beth Page. Picayune. MS. Junior. Tracye
Paige. .lackson. MS. Freshman
Angela Pant Hurley MS Jumor Brenda
Palmer Blloxl MS Jumor Cassandra
Palmer Jackson MS Freshman John Pal
merton Vlcksburg MS Sophomore 'vlx
chelle Papmpley Vrcksburg MS Semor
Frank Pancratz Hattresburg MS Semor
Don Pang Srngapore Jumor Roger Par
rsh Semor Dlane Park Vlcksburg MS
Sophomore Andrea Parker Vrcksburg
MS Jumor Carol Parker Gulf Breeze
FL Freshman Lorl Parker Saucler MS
Ronald Parker Gulfport MS Semor Te
resa Parker Hattlesburg MS Jumor Me
llssa Parmer Gulfport MS Freshman
Darlean Parnell Hattlesburg MS Semor
Lrsa Parnell Laurel MS Semor George
Parson Vxcksburg MS Freshman
Pamela Passman Petal MS Semor Nec
lou Patel Pascagopula MS Jumor Vrsay
Patel Semor Mellssa Patrlck Jackson
MS Jumor Janlce Pattl Jackson MS
Semor Aprrl Patton Jackson MS Jumor
JCSSICZ Patterson Tullahoma TN Fresh
man Steven Patterson Laurel MS en
lor WllllC Patterson Centrevllle
Freshman Cynthla Patton Lyman
Semor Kent Pawlak Ocean Sprlngs
Semor George Payne Gulfport
Fmal Exam trme brought about many unusual
behavlors Students that never cracked a book
found time to cramjust before test tlme Many
could be found pullmg their hair out whlle oth
ers who had prepared all year took the cooler
srde to studymg
Mark Payne. Gulfport. MS. Junior. Robert
Pearson. Belzoni. MS. Sophomore. liddic
Peasant. Mobile. A L. Sophomore. Christo-
pher Peavey. Brookhaven. MS. Senior.
Lanford Peek. Kingston. Jamaica. Junior.
Mark Peno. Long Beach. MS. Junior
Jamie Peoples. Brandon. MS. Junior. Jay
Peoples. Brandon. MS. Junior. Johnny Peo-
ples. Brandon. MS. Freshman. Christopher
Pepper. Rolling Fork. MS. Freshman. Dan-
elle Perez. Gautier. MS. Freshman, Mi-
chele Perel. Gautier. MS. Junior
Cassandra Perkins. Jackson. MS. Senior,
Lazonia Perry. Biloxi. MS, Sophomore.
Marietta Perkins. Jackson. MS. Senior.
Ramonia Perkins. Greenville, MS, Fresh-
man. Renae Perkins, Georgetown. SC, Sen-
ior. Jacqwueline Perry Anderson, SC, Sen-
Leon Petite. Mobile, LA, Graduate,
Tammy Petro. Hattiesburg. MS, Senior.
Sandra Phelps. I-Iattiesburg. MS, Senior,
Charles Philio. Ocean Springs, MS, Senior,
Anita Phillips. Gulfport, MS. Freshman,
Gary Phillips, Brookhaven, MS. Junior
Tracy Phillips, Jayes. MS, Senior. Wesley
Phillips. Jackson, MS, Graduate, Bethany
Pickett, Wesson. MS. Senior, Stephen
Pierce. Jackson, MS, Junior, James Pinson,
Hattiesburg, MS. Sophomore, Darren Pip-
pen. Laurel. MS, Senior
Bruce Pique. Long Beach. MS. Junior,
Jackie Pittman, Sandy Hook, MS, Fresh-
man. Joyce Pittman. Sandy Hook, MS, Ju-
nior. Marrcellus. Pittman. Sandy Hook,
MS. Junior. Maliwan Piyaphichetkul. Sen-
ior. Paula Plaisance, Tylertown, MS,
Anthony Pogue. Pearl, MS. Junior, Mi-
chelle Porrier. Hattiesburg, MS, Junior,
Pamela Pollard. Gulfport, MS, Freshman,
Tayhra Pollock, Gulfport, MS, Sophomore,
James Polk. Hattiesburg, MS. Junior, Cur-
tis Poole. Popolarville, MS, Junior
Kimberly Pope Laurel MS Senior Krista
Pope. Laurel Freshman Robert Pope
Mendenhall MS Senior Anna Porter
Natchez. MS. Freshman, Cindy Porter,
Dunwoody. CO. Freshman
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Pounds. Pascagoula. MS. Senior, Belinda
Powell. Spanish Fort. AL, Senior, Cindy
Powell. Hernando. MS. Freshman, Terrell
Powers. Gulfport. MS. Senior, Roman
Prater. Laurel. MS. Senior
Ben Preston. Clinton. MS. Senior, Pierre
Prevost. New Orleans. LA. Senior, Ebine
Price. Enterprise. MS. Junior, Kimberly
Priest. Columbia. MS. Freshman. Melissa
Priest. Morgantown. MS. Sophomore.
Jeannie Pryor. Laurel. MS. Senior
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na Puckett Chunky MS Sen1or
Marla Puent Guzman B1lox1 MS Sen1or
Juan Pujol Maracalbo Venezuela Sen1or
Bennle Punchard Llberty MS Sopho
more Stephenm Purdy Hattlesburg MS
Junlor Jenmfer Quayle McComb MS
Sentor Terrl Quarles Northport AL
Ichabob Que Omegaland MS Sen1or
Beth Queen Loutsvllle MS Junlor
Qu1nceQu1mby Dtpthony AL Freshman
Rodertck Qumlan Gulfport MS Jun1or
R1ckRaborn Jackson MS Sen1or Ttmo
thy Raborn Gulfport MS Sen1or
Jon Radchff Denver CO Sen1or Alex
Ralmey Holly Sprongs MS Freshman
M1ncaRa1ner Metartre LA Juntor Felt
cla Ramos Moblle AL Jun1or Lexgh
Ramstad Gautler MS Sen1or Fredertck
Rand Natchez MS Freshman
James Randolph Prenttss MS Sopho
more Carol Rash Dumas AR Freshman
Susan Ratllff McComb MS Sen1or
Shandra Rattler Jackson MS Freshman
Chante RHVGSICS Tampa FL Sen1or Da
v1d Ray Wesson MS Junlor
The Unlverslty of Southern Mlsstsslppr host a very drverse
group of students Students from all over the country as
well as from all over the world attend the unlversltx each
year Whether they were from the same state or country
many students from dtfferent backgrounds were often
seen together The students plctured here hved together ln
a sulte In the newly renovated Mlsstsstppt Hall Chantelle
Coleman from New Orleans LA Stephanre Vloblex
from Slidell LA Terr Sue Bankston from Covrngton
LA Marla Puente Guzman from Spam but lnmg rn
Btloxl MS Elalne Sohs from Puerto Rico and Collette
Morgan from Sltdell LA
Janies Ray, Brookhaven MS. Senior. Mal-
theyy Ray. Gretna. LA. Senior. Robin Ray.
Hattiesburg. MS. Junior. Jett' Rayborn.
Baxterville, MS. Sophomore. Patricia Ray-
mond. Florence. MS. Sophomore. Melinda
Rayner, lillisyille, Senior
Pelon Readman, Gulfport. MS, Junior,
Sandra Redkey. lfermyyyod, MS, Junior,
.-Xlleslia Reed. Loiuse. MS, Freshman, Jon
Reed. Florence. MS. Sophomore, Linda
Reed, Biloxi. NIS, Junior, Stephanie Red,
Clinton. NlS. Junior
Steven Reed. Florence. MS, Senior, Steven
Reed. Forest. MS, Freshman, Guy Reedy,
New Grleans, LA. Freshman, Keith
Reeves. Monticello. MS, Senior, Laura
Reeves. Gulfport. MS, Freshman, Jodie
Regan, Centreville. MS, Junior
Amy Rehg. Vicksburg, MS, Senior, Robin
Reed, Carnes, MS, Senior, Terri Reid,
Centreville. MS, Senior, Mtrna Rester, Po-
plarville. MS, Junior, Paul Rester, Boga-
lusa, LA, Senior, Denise Reuben, Pelahat-
chie, MS, Senior
Dorothy Reynolds, Gulfport, MS, Senior,
John Reynolds, Ft. Riley, KS, Freshman,
Frank Rhinehart, Natchez, MS, Junior,
Janith Rhodes, Rolling Fork, MS, Junior,
Angela Rice, Meridian, MS, Senior, Ash-
ley Rich, Mobile, AL, Sophomore
Jon Ricjard, Tipp City, OH, Sophomore,
Kimberly Richardson, Forest, MS, Junior,
Krista Richardson, Slidell, LA, Freshman,
Kimberly Richardson, Pearl, MS, Junior,
Patricia Richarsson, Slidell, LA, Sopho-
more, Tracy Richardson, Chicago, IL, Ju-
Candace Richerson, Pascagoula, MS,
Freshman, Elizabeth Richerson, Hatties-
burg. MS, Freshman, Tracy Richmand,
Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Elizabeth Ricks,
Hernando. MS, Freshman, Ronald Ridley,
Summit. MS, Senior, Glen Rigby, Madi-
son. MS. Junior
Tiwana Riggs, Greenville, MS, Freshman,
Elizabeth Riles, Jackson, MS, Senior, Me-
lissa Riley. Red Banks, MS, Sophomore,
Rebecca Riley, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Rosie
Riley. Madison. MS, Freshman, Steve Ri-
ley. San Sebastian PR, Senior
Robert Rinhart, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior,
Jimmy Risen. Buckatuna, MS, Junior,
Robin Risher. Forest. MS, Junior, Michael
Ritchley. Nikki Roach, Jackson, MS,
Sophomore. Timothy Roarty, Hattiesburg,
Sherry Roberson, Lexington, MS, Sopho-
more. Timolthy Roberson. Laurel, MS, Ju-
nior. Kathy Roberti. Gautier, MS, Fresh-
man, Gloria Roberts, Vanclceave, MS
Graduate. Patty Roberts, McComb, MS
Senior. Cathy Robertson. Columbia, MS,
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Sophomore, Mary Robertson, New Alba-
ny, MS, Junior, Theresa Robertson. Jack-
son, MS, Junior, Debra Robinson, Brook-
haven, MS, Sophomore, Derek Robinson,
Biloxi, MS, Junior, Glynn Robinson, Me-
ridian, MS, Senior
LaVetta Robinson, Terry MS, Freshman,
Robyn Roby, Natchez, MS, Sophomore,
Chrystal Rodolfich, Biloxi, MS, Junior,
Rudy Rodriguez, Qulin, MO, Junior, Lin-
da Rone, Hernando, MS, Freshman, Rich-
ard Rook, Braxton, MS, Freshman
Deborah Rosetti, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Beth-
any Rushton, Picayune, MS, Freshman,
Lance Rouse, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman,
Rachel Rosue, Slidell, LA, Freshman,
Keith Rousel, Norco, LA, Freshman, Ash-
lyn Rowe, Clinton, MS, Sophomore
Casey Rozniak, Long Beach, MS, Senior,
Christine Rucinski, Slidell, La, Freshman,
Stephen Ruegger, Hattiesburg, MS, Fresh-
man, Denise Rush, Philadelphia, MS,
Sophomore, Kurt Rushing, Natchez, MS,
Freshman, Barabra Russ, Gloster, MS,
Mark Russell, Sumrall, MS, Sophomore,
Wendell Russell, Monticello, MS, Senior,
Tray Ruhl, Jackson, MS, Junior, Susan
Tutherford, Mobile, AL, Senior, Chris
Ryals, Purvis, MS, Freshman, Chriti
Ryals, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman
With the retirement of Head football coach
Jim Carmody USM began its search for a new
football coach. Before the fall semester had
ended the search was over and The University
of Southern Mississippi now had Coach Curley
Hallman on its staff. Coach Hallman Came to
the University from Texas A 8: M. The faculty
and students alike are looking forward to next
years football season with high hopes and an-
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John Ryan. NN'axelane. NIS. Senior. Perri
Ryan. Biloxi. NIS. Junior. Nancy Ryder.
Clexelantl. NIS. Senior. Salman Sami. Ali-
garli. lllLllLl.Gl'Alkll1LllC.l:lSLlSLlCllCl. lilSal-
iador. Graduate. Greg Sanelief. llalties-
burg. NIS. lfresliman
Scott Sanders. Nkoodxille. NIS. lfreshman.
Stephen Sanders. Jackson. NIS. Freshman.
Cieneveere Sanderson. llattiesburg. MS.
Senior. l.1n.i S.intlil'er. NIcComb. MS.
Senior. Natalie Sandof. Long Beach. MS,
Freshman. Daniel Sanford. Sumrall. MS.
Pamela Sanford. Petal. MS. Freshman. Ar-
nold Sartin. Pontote. NIS. Junior. Connie
Saueier. NIS. Junior. Denise Saucier. MS.
Senior. Kimberly Saucier. Biloxi. MS.
Sophomore. Dennis Sauders. Pascagoula.
Virgil Saul. Petal. MS. Freshman. Nancy
Saunders. Long Beach. MS. Senior. Jimmy
Satlor. Ocean Springs. MS. Sophomore.
Sandra Sehelling. Fort Walton Beach. FL.
Freshman. Stephanie Schillinger. Jackson.
NIS. Junior. Tommy Schisler. Byram. MS.
Bill Schlicher. Biloxi. MS. Sophomore.
Dawn Schmidt. Metaire. LA. Junior. Lau-
ra Schulte. New Orleans. LA. Senior. Jo-
seph Schultz. Monticello. MS. Senior. Lori
Scoggins. Laurel. MS. Senior. David Scott.
Hattiesburg. MS. Senior
Lewis Scott. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior. Stan
Scott. Clarksdale. MS. Graduate. Sherry
Seal. Hattiesburg. MS. Senior. Tanya
Serio. Merritt Island. FL. Senior. Cather-
ine Sessions. Woodville. MS. Freshman.
Gor Seymour. Bay St. Louis. MS. Junior
Roderick Shabazz. Biloxi. MS. Freshman.
NIonisha Shackelford. Long Beach. MS.
Junior. Michael Shappley. McComb. MS,
Junior. Alathea Shaw. Hattiesburg. MS.
Junior. Carol Shaw. Forest. MS. Junior.
April Shaws. McComb. MS. Sophomore
N-Iary Sheffield. Fulton. MS. Senior. Sally
Sheffield. Vicksburg. MS. Sophomore.
William Sheffield. Fulton. MS. Senior.
Tunja Shelton. West Point. MS. Freshman.
Ronnie Shepard. Carthage. MS. Sopho-
more. Sandra Sheridan. Bogalusa. LA.
Sara Shipley. Jackson. MS. Freshman.
Robert Shirley. Natchez. MS. Junior. Ron
Shiver. Silverhill. AL. Senior. Lydia Shoe-
maker. Lucedalc. MS. Graduate. Pete
Short. Iuka. NIS. Senior. Alice Showers.
Hattiesburg. NIS. Junior
Sheila Showers. Nflonticello. MS. Senior.
Dorene Shultis. Ocean Sprins. MS. Ju-
nior. David Shults. Satsuma. AL. Fresh-
man. Pam Sidebottom. Brandon MS. Ju-
nior. Lori Simmons. Biloxi. MS. Sopho-
more. Nilark Sumrall. Redwood. MS.
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Sims, Meridian, MS, Senior, Sharron
Sims, Jackson, MS, Sophomore. Sharon
Singley, Columbia, MS, Senior, Mary Sisk.
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, Kimberly
Sisson, Enterprise, MS, Junior
Amy Skelton, Olive Branch, MS, Fresh-
man, Skooly Slooley, Livesville, NY, Sen-
ior, Moose Slade, Angie, LA, Junior, Al-
bert Slater, Crenshaw, MS, Senior, Vester
Slawson, Slidell, LA, Freshman, Lisa Slay.
Jackson, MS, Freshman
Scot Slay, Jackson, MS, Junior, Michael
Sledge, Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Cara
Slusher, Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Philip
Slusher, Terry, MS, Sophomore, Ashley
Smith, Mobile, AL, Junior, Becky Smith,
Picayune, MS, Sophomore
Beverly Smith, Hattiesburg, MS, Senior,
Beverly Smith, Mobile, AL, Sophomore.
Carl Smith, Brookhaven, MS, Junior, Ce-
drick Smith, Picayune, MS, Senior, Mi-
chelle Smith, Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore,
Cory Smith, Boise, Idaho, Junior
Donna Smith, Meridian, MS, Senior.
Glenn Smith, Raleigh, MS, Sophomore.
Greg Smith, Bolton, MS, Freshman, Ivan
Smith, Petal, MS, Sophomore, James
Smith, Richland, MS, Junior, Jennifer
Brother Jim once again appeared on the
University's Campus. Many students
poured onto the Union Courtyard to hear
him preach. Gnce again he told everyone
how terrible they were.
Jerome Smith. Jackson. NIS. Junior. Joy
Smith. Wesson. NIS. Senior. Julie Smith.
Tupelo. NIS. Freshman. Kelley Smith.
Brighton. TN. Freshman. Kevin Smith.
Natchez. NIS. Junior. Kimberly Smith.
Greenville. NIS. Sophomore
Kimberlx Smith. llafelhurst. MS. Junior.
Lisa Smith. Belfoni. NIS. Sophomore. Lisa
Smith. Gulfport. NIS. Senior. Lisa Smith.
Granada. NIS. Freshman. Michele Smith,
Nliie. NIS. Senior. Nlinako Smith, Gulf-
port. NIS. Junior
Nlissy Smith. Nleridian. MS. Senior. Nelda
Smith. Wiggins. MS. Sophomore, Pamela
Smith. Paseagoula. MS. Junior. Reginald
Smith. Columbia. MS. Graduate, Robert
Smith. Gautier. MS. Senior. Robyn Smith.
Ocean Springs. MS. Freshman
Sabina Smith. Slidell. LA, Senior. Steph-
anie Smith. Brookhaven. MS. Senior. Tair
Smith. Rapid City. SD. Senior, Vanessa
Smith. Carthage. MS. Junior. Vera Smith,
I-lazelhurst. MS. Junior. Verna Smith,
Madison. MS. Freshman
Virginia Smith, Greenville. MS. Sopho-
more. William Smith, Slidell. LA, Senior,
William Smith. Pelahatchie. MS, Sopho-
more. Andy Smithe, Jayess, MS, Sopho-
more. David Snell. Meridian, MS, Junior,
Sompong Sodachanh, Yazoo City, MS, Ju-
Anna Sodersten, Stockhotu, Sweden,
Freshman. Joseph Soileau, Picayune, MS.
Junior. Stan Sollie, Raymond, MS, Sopho-
more. Jon Sones. Waveland, MS, Junior,
Geather Sonson. Columbia, MS, Fresh-
man. Stacey Songe, Pascagoula, MS,
Stephen Songe. Pascagoula, MS, Senior,
Khing Soon. Singapore, Graduate, Jacque-
line Sotak. Bay St. Louis, MS. Junior, Max
South. Athens. AL, Senior, Jerry Southern,
Purvis. MS, Junior, Sherry Southern, Pur-
vis. MS. Junior
Polly Sowell. Paulding, MS, Junior, Frank
Spencer. Brandon, MS, Graduate, Jay
Spencer. Starkville, MS, Senior, Tunya
Spencer. Quitman. MS, Sophomore, Wil-
liam Spence. Hattiesburg, MS, Sopho-
more, Randy Sprights. Mobile, AL, Fresh-
Frank Springs. Ft. Walton Beach, FL, Ju-
nior. Alice Sprouse. Bay Springs, MS, Ju-
nior. Belinda Stagg. Forest, MS, Junior,
Evelyn Stallings. Natchitoches, LA, Gra-
duate. Johnny Stallworth, Gautier, MS,
Senior. Nflichael Stallworth, Mobile, AL,
Veronica Standberry. Magnolia, MS,
Freshman. Brent Stanford. Vicksburg,
NIS. .lunior. Joy Stanton, Brandon. MS,
Freshman. Kimberly Starks. Columbus,
NIS. Senior. Samuel Starks, Ocean
Springs. NfIS. Senior, Daniel Starling. Ro-
bertsdale. AL. Senior
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Damca Stevens Huntsvllle AL Fresh
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Stupxca Jackson MS Sen1or Ch1pSturd1
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man Centrevllle MS Sophomore Spencer
Sublett Pascagoula MS Sophomore
Amandla Sulhvan Magee MS Jun1or
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Swager Hattlesburg MS Graduate
Chrlsty Swmdle McComb MS Fresh
man Chlka Takahash1 Japan Jumor
Momca Tamor Asyka MS Sophomore
Jeffrey Tanksley Kokomo MS Sen1or
Trlsja Tanumlhardja Javarta Indonesla
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Tartt Calhoun Clty MS Freshman Rear
na Tate Jackson MS Freshman Trent
Tate Bay St Louls MS Jun1or Arleen
Taylor Laurel MS Sen1or
Chfton Taylor BllOXl MS Sophomore
Jeanne Taylor Starkxllle NIS Semor
Klmberly Taylor Lucedale 'WS Jumor
Laura Taylor Hattlesburg NIS Semor
Mtchael Taylor Pensacola 'NIS Semor
Nancy Taylor Chnton MS Semor
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Natalie Taylor. Pensacola. l'l.. Senior. Pa-
mela Taylor. Greenv ille. NIS. Junior. Shel-
ley Taylor. Brandon. NIS. Sophomore.
Nicki Taylor. long Beach. NIS. Sopho-
more. NN'olanda Taylor. Jackson. NIS. Ju-
NIelissa Terry. Nieksburg. NIS. Junior.
lilizabeth Temple. Jackson. NIS. Senior.
Onnic Terrell. Jackson. NIS. Senior. Re-
becca Thames. Wesson. NIS. Junior. Don-
na Tharp. Petal. NIS. Senior. Michelle
Therrell. Biloxi. NIS. Sophomore
Anita Thigpen. Laurel. MS. Sophomore.
Douglas Thigpen. Gulfport. MS. Sopho-
more. Gregory Thomas. Grenada. MS.
Freshman. Rita Thomas. Jackson. MS.
Sophomore. Robert Thomas. Poplarville.
NIS. Freshman. Robert Thomas. Hatties-
burg. NIS. Junior
Ronald Thomas. Bogalusa. LA. Sopho-
more. Sylvia Thomas. Grenada. MS. Ju-
nior. Craig Thompson. Vicksburg. MS.
Freshman. Darryl Thompson. Bassfield.
NIS. Sophomore. Eric Thompson. Mobile.
AL. Freshman. Lisa Thompson. Bassfield.
Nlichael Thompson. Biloxi. MS. Senior.
Niichael Thompson. Vicksburg. MS. Sen-
ior. Renda Thompson. Bassfield. MS. Sen-
ior. Richard Thompson. Clinton. MS.
Sophomore. Richard Thompson. Sumrall.
NIS. Sophomore. Robin Thompson. AL.
Rick Thomson. Pensacola. FL. Junior.
Donna Thorton. Pearl. MS. Sophomore.
Joe Thorton. Jackson. MS. Freshman.
Sharon Thornton. Pascagoula. MS. Senior.
Stan Thornton. Monticello. MS. Fresh-
man. Sabrina Thrash. Seminary. MS. Ju-
Zelda Thunderbird. Greenville. MS.
Freshman. Gari Thurber. Southaven. MS.
Senior. Darryl Tillman. Wiggins. MS.
Sophomore. Donna Tillman. I-Iazelhurst.
NIS. Junior. Daniel Timms. Claremont.
CA. Freshman. Melissa Tims. Poplarville.
Laura Titard. Morgantown. WV. Fresh-
man. Cynthia Tobias. Jackson. MS. Fresh-
man. Thomas. New Orleans. LA. Gra-
duate. Robin Toney. Yazoo City. MS. Ju-
nior. Tami Tonore. Monroe. LA. Senior.
Thomas Tommey. Mobile. AL. Junior
Fred Toplin. Greenville. MS. Sophomore.
Nflary Claire Torres. Hattiesburg. MS.
Freshman. Rachel Torres. New Orleans.
LA. Freshman. Renee' Toulme'. Gautier.
N4S. Junior. Robin Tracy. Magee. MS. Ju-
nior. Renee' Trahant. New Iberia. LA.
Philip Traill. London. Great Britain. Kym
Tran. Biloxi. NIS. Freshman. Jacqueline
Travis. Hattiesburg. TVIS. Junior. Nanette
Travis. Biloxi. NfIS. Freshman. Melony
Tribble. Jackson. MS. Senior. Glyn Trigg.
Canton. VIS. Freshman
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Henrene Trlpp Jackson MS Freshman
Brran Trotter Hattiesburg MS Sopho
more Shannon Tullos Hattlesburg MS
Sophomore Phylrss Tucker B1lox1 'VIS
Sen1or Lee Turnage BllOXl MS Semor
T1mTurnage Montlcello MS Sophomore
Nlchole Turner Natchez MS Freshman
Tammy Turner Murfreesboro AK Soph
omore Wanda Turner Sumrall MS
Sophomore V1rg1n1a Tyner Metalre LA
Freshman Angela Tyrone Gloster MS
Semor Bonme Tyson Hattlesburg MS
Jeffrey Uhl Merldran MS Semor Bar
bara Ulmer Panama C1ty FL Sophomore
Jerrl Underwood Brewton AL Sen1or
Josh Valentme Clarksdale MS Sen1or
Wendy Valentme Jacksonvllle FL Junlor
Kerry Valrre Loxley AL Freshman
Amy Van Calsem Pass Chr1st1an MS
Freshman Raymond Van Norman
McComb MS Graduate Honor Van Pelt
Natchez MS Sophomore Brad Vander
ford Ralelgh MS Semor Steven Vander
ford Ralelgh MS Sen1or Davrd Vard
man Jackson MS Junlor
Darlene Varnado Poplarvllle MS
Angle Vaughn Brookhaven MS
Dareyl Vaughn I-Iattlesburg MS
more J1ll Vaughn Loursvllle MS
more John Vaughan Ralergh NC
more Ren Veon Plcayune MS
Stacy Vernamontl Pearl MS Freshman
Marllyn Vertlson Rolllng Fork MS
Freshman Johnn1e V1ck Smlthdale MS
Sen1or Teresa Vrck Pascagoula MS Sen
lor Robln Vmson Chlcago IL Sen1or
Barbara Vrskup Roanoke VA Sen1or
Scarlett Vogt B1lox1 MS Sophomore El
hott Vo1ed1ch BllOX1 MS Sen1or Cheryl
Voymk Fort Lauderdale FL Sophomore
Yolanda Wade Yazoo C1ty MS Fresh
man John Wadlmgton Magee MS Sen
1or Pamela Waggoner Forest MS Junlor
Colleen Wagner Clmton MS Sophomore
Johnny Waldrop B1lox1 MS Sen1or Jef
frey Walden Pascagoula MS Sen1or Lo
retta Wales Canton MS Freshman Patrr
cxa Walk Mer1d1an MS Graduate An
gella Walker Carson MS Sen1or
Bryan Walker Star MS Junror Chnt
Walker Magee MS Sophomore Ernes
t1ne Walker Mt Ollve MS Sen1or James
Walker Magee MS Sen1or WalterVNalk
er Gulfport MS Sen1or B1llVNallace
Brookhaven MS Semor
Jeff Wallace Bay St Louls MS Semor
John Walpole Ohve Branch NIS Fresh
man Scott Walter Decatur IL Freshman
Susan Walter Vlcksburg MS Sophomore
Kimberly Walters Wlg2lUS NIS Junlor
Loran Walters Magnoha NIS Iunxor
NI.iri.inne Walters. Nleridian. NIS. Junior.
Kerry Ward. Pensaeolgi. lil . Junior. lisa
Ward. Bailey. NIS. Senior. Patty Ward. lil
Paso. TX. Ciraduate. Sheila NN are. Nlagee.
NIS. Senior. Kyesta Warner. Prentiss. NIS.
Claudette Ward. lliiitiesburg. NIS. Sopho-
more. Ginny Warren. Sandy Hook. MS.
lreshman. Joanne Warren. Starkville. MS.
Senior. llarris Washington. Montreal.
Canada. Junior. Yolanda Washington. Bi-
loxi. NIS. Sophomore. Deborah Watkins.
Jackson. NIS. Sophomore
Isabel Watkins. Monkeys Eyebrow. KY.
Senior. Lauren Watkins. Hattiesburg. MS.
Freshman. Nliehael Watkins. Hattiesburg.
NIS. Sophomore. Missy Watkins. Jackson.
NIS. Junior. Denise Watt. Louisville. MS,
Senior. John Watts. Meridian. MS. Senior
Pertis Watts. Moss Point. MS. Senior.
Stephanie Watson. Greenwood. MS. Ju-
nior. Lisa Weatherby. Sallis. MS. Senior,
Elizabeth Weathers. Long Beach. MS. Ju-
nior. Vivian Weathersby. Jackson. MS.
Freshman. Carol Weatherford. Hatties-
burg. MS. Senior
Rita Weatherspoon. Canton. MS. Fresh-
man. Lori Weaver. Newton, MS. Junior.
Jean Webb. Vancleave. MS. Senior. Rob-
ert Webb. Gautier. MS. Freshman. Sarai
Webb. Meridian. MS. Freshman. Steph-
anie Webb. Bay Springs. MS. Senior
Toronal Webber. West Point. MS, Sopho-
more. Linda Wedig. Poplarville, MS. Sen-
ior. Tambra Weeks. Petal, MS. Senior. Mi-
chael Weems. San Jose, CA. Freshman,
Aubrey Weil. Baton Rouge. LA, Fresh-
man. Dapne Welborn. Hattiesburg, MS,
Stacey Welborn. Hattiesburg, MS, Junior,
Frank Welch. Laurel. MS. Senior. Kendall
Welch. Jackson, MS. Kyle Welch, Spring,
TX. Junior. Robert Welch. Magee. MS.
Junior. Stuart Welch. Mendenhall. MS,
Beverly Wells. Jackson. MS, Sophomore.
Melissa Wells. Meridian. MS, Freshman.
Mike Wells, Waynesboro. MS, Sopho-
more. Jacqueline Welsted, Pascagoula.
MS. Junior. Elrsa Wong. Clarksdale. MS,
Graduate. Brandon Wentz. Brandon. MS,
Shelly Wert. Lebanon. PA, Freshman. Ste-
phen Wertz. Hattiesburg. MS. Junior. BJ
Wescovich. Flowood. MS. Sophomore,
Clarence Wescovich. Ocean Springs. MS,
Freshman. Bennie West. Orange. TX. Sen-
ior. Willie West. Raymond. MS, Senior
Deborah Wharton. Bay St. Louis. MS. Ju-
nior. Sherri Wharton. Bay St. Louis. MS.
Freshman. Ginger Wheat. Rolling Fork.
MS. Sophomore. Chandra White. Gulf-
port. MS. Freshman. James White. Mize.
MS. Junior. Joseph White. Brookhaven.
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Joseph White, Columbia, MS, Senior. Lau-
rie White, Pearl, MS, Junior, Natamoa
White, Gulfport, MS, Junior, Melanie
White, Waynesboro, MS, Junior. Paul
White, Columbia, MS, Junior, Tammy
White, Laurel, MS, Graduate
Lisa Whitmer, Monkey's Eyebrow, KY,
Senior, Vernetta Whittaker, Grenwood,
MS, Senior, Tonya Whittington, Wiggins,
MS, Sophomore, Julie Whorton, Hatties-
burg, MS, Freshman, Michelle Wigley,
Pascagoula, MS, Senior, Lee Wilhelm,
Meridian, MS, Senior
Anita Williams, Ocean Springs, MS,
Freshman, Briuce Williams, Rapid City,
SD, Junior, Celeste Williams, Hattiesburg,
MS, Junior, Charlotte Williams, Long
Beach, MS, Junior, Craig Williams, Vicks-
burg, MS, Junior, Cynthia Williams, Hol-
lywood, CA, Graduate
David Williams, New Orleans, LA, Senior,
Francelia Williams, Cary, MS, Freshman,
Gwendolyn Williams, Hazelhurst, MS,
Senior, Hope Williams, Canton, MS, Sen-
ior, James Williams, Hattiesburg, MS,
Freshman, John Williams, Picayune, MS,
Kathleen Williams, New York, NY, Soph-
omore, Kelly Williams, Greenville, MS,
Freshman, Linda Williams, Natchez, MS,
Senior, Michelle Williams, New Orleans,
LA, Junior, Nina Williams, Tunica, MS,
Junior, Opal Williams, Vicksburg, MS,
Patricia Williams, Mobile, AL, Senior, Re-
becca Williams, Wayneboro, MS, Senior,
Regina Williams, Meridian, MS, Sopho-
more, Reginald Williams, Glendora, MS,
Junior, Ria Williams, Vicksburg, MS,
Sophomore, Teresa Williams, Shabuta
Titus Williams, Prentiss, MS, Junior, Vic-
tor Williams, Ama, LA, Junior, Cindy Wil-
liamson, Biloxi, MS, Senior, Debra Wil-
liamson, McComb, MS, Senior, Donald
Williamson, Jackson, MS, Junior, Kenneth
Williamson, Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman
John Williamson, Jackson, MS. Junior.
Fay Willis, Columbus, MS, Sophomore.
Alan Wilson, Meridian, MS, Senior, Bobby
Wilson, Clinton, MS, Junior, Kelly Wilson.
Mobile, AL, Junior, Lori Wilson, Edwards,
Rodney Wilson, Greenville, MS. Senior.
Buddy Wilcher, Vicksburg. MS, Senior.
Lynnell Wilcher, Brookhaven, MS, Senior.
Scott Wimberly, Jackson. MS, Senior.
Wendy Wimberly, Clarksdale, MS, Fresh-
man, Dawn Windham. Jackson, MS. Sen-
Joseph Windham, Sandersville, MS, Soph-
omore, Christopher Winstead. Hatties-
burg, MS, Senior, Tammy Winter. Pearl
River, LA, Freshman, Carlton Wise. Mt.
Olive, MS, Senior, Charlotte Wise. Biloxi.
MS. Sophomore, Christopher Wise. Pica-
yune MS, Junior
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19324 Mississippi, N01fIT131 f, poliulatiorf? ieohtinued to grow. Today
TeaChefSCo11eee-.The 0UlYl.bf1i1dii15gS.f0fi 12,000 Students and 6,00f
time were College hislfuimiversity has comefof age over
HouSelfPere'sideentevHoliaej,.rdaaS01iltl16rnfg7Hall. aael arid the ' i last years, and gge wejcan all be proud that we have
burgHa11.j Froiiia rr ' beeps a partfof the growth. The University of Southerr
hasrgrowrr to over. Iii 1940, gg,re r 'Mississippidd has ffCOme of Age."
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was very interesting in relation to todays. Be-
low: The original cover of the 1916 yearbook.
Right: The student officers ofthe class of 1916.
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p sissippi State Teachers College. Below: The
'hj basketball team of 1927, was a far cry from
being similar to this years squad.
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New Spirit to the Neka Camon. Above: The
drive to campus was a dirt road very much
unlike Hardy Street today.
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summon, cxpccmlly .imung organizations.
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DiningHz1llGirlS.Thcsc girls scrvcd those cat-
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-Xlphu Sigma Alpha are thc oldest remaining
wrnrily fan LSN1'x campus.
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College was the crowning of the Homecoming
King and Queen. Above: Here is the football
team of 1947, with their coach Reed Green
who our colisieum is named after today. Below:
The Hub has always been a popular hang out,
then and today.
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uniforms that were very different then those of
today. They were a trilling team as well as a
dancing squad, and consisted of 50 girls.
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same. Right: Soda Fountains were very popu-
lar. Dates as well as friends were often found
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the 1950s for the students of Mississippi South-
ern. Below Left: University dances and other
activities took place often on MCS's campus.
Unlike today, most students took advantage of
these events. Below: The dress of the late
1950's is not to be forgotten.
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By an act of the legislature of the
State of Mississippi, Mississippi
Southern College, established in
1910, was abolished and the Universi-
ty of Southern Mississippi was orga-
nized when Governor Ross R. Barnett
signed the act at 2:10 p.m. on Tues-
day, February 27, 1962.
Left: Pep Rallies were a big deal at USM in the
60's. They were held outside the Student Ser-
vices Building. Below Left: Between classes
was just as confusing then as it is now. Below:
The signing of the bill making MSCXUSM.
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popular at USM. They consisted of lO beauties
and alternate beauties as well. Below: House
Mothers were used in the girl dormitories to
provide the girls with guidance and to be "a
mother away from home."
University President Below: The uniforms of the Dixie Darlin's have
William D. McCain changed many times over the past years.
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ways be remembered by the students of that
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Above: Southern Exposure performances were
very popular in 1976. Right: The cheerleaders
uniforms fit this era perfectly. Left: Couples
have always been a familar sight on the campus
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changed on USM's campus. The university
bookstore has been no exception.
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watched over a University sponsored activity.
Right: The fashion scene forthe late 70's early
80's was very "originaI."
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Below: USM rocked with many UAC spon-
sored concerts. Right: We revelled at the ex-
citement ofa winning basketball team.
Below: Sorority sisters shared good times and
sisterhood at swaps with fraternities.
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began to feel the excitement of summer and the
emptiness of the distance placed between
friends. The empty stadium awaited the begin-
ning of the fall semester when everyone would
be reunited aga-in for the year. Right: At home- ' A
coming sorority members stuffed their floats 1
for the display competition..
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book cannot begin to capture every event
and aspect of a university-a couple meet-
ing for the first time, the emotion involved
in the acceptance ofa bid to join a sorority
and the every day sounds of the pads and
helmets clashing on the practice field. But
it canremind you of something special--so-
mething you may remember forever as a
part of USM's coming of age.
It seems like only yesterday when we
came to campus with the crisp autumn
breeze, warning us of winter's approach.
Yet so many things have occured during the
year. We elected a new student body presi-
dent, had our annual viSifj'fi'em!Hrother
Jim, and reveled in the 8
basketball team. Everything
into place as we take with IIi6',fi9f1h2.1
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our mascot Nugget, to the TfShirts from the
bookstore, right down to the Golden Eagle
Candy Bar, Eagle Mania prevailed at USM.
Above: USM's campus was adorned with snow
in late January and classes were cancelled.
Left: Thc Playboy Advisor was another very
popular event sponsored by the UAC. lt did,
however, bring much controversy to thc Uni-
versity. Below: Belonging to a club or organiza-
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Many students found it difficult to study in the
dorms, so they found empty classrooms so that
they could be alone.
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-. number of events for charity. The Delta Gam-
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Above: Many USM fans got caught up in all of
the excitement and went overboard with their
spirit. Right: As the weather grew warmer
many students beganto enjoy a number of
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very poor attendance.
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empty halls that carried many memories. Left:
USM had many prestigious people visit our
campus including the Attorney General.
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Editor ................... .........
Assistant Editors ..........,......
Head Photographer .,...........
Assistant Photographer .......
Staff Members ........ .........
Teri Sue Bankston
Scott Plunkett, Claudia Stal-
cup, Larry Flowers, Bill Wal-
lace, Jennifer Pittman, Mimi
Behl, Stacey Welborn, Monisa
Shackelford, Susan Johnson,
Perry Newton, Michele Smith,
Robin Thompson, Laura
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This year has been a very interesting one for me. I have learned a great deal about
myself and those that are close to me. Being Editor of the 1988 Southerner has been a
challenge, one that I am very glad I chose to take. I feel that I have created an annual
that portrays university life to the fullest, and one that the students and faculty can be
There are so many people that I would like to thank for giving me this opportunity.
First of all I would like to thank my mom and dad for all of their encouragement and
support. I would also like to thank my brother Stephen for his understanding while I
was working and could not spend a lot of time with him.
Mr. Joey Sedtal is next on my list. He was my advisor in high school that taught me
everything I know about producing a fantastic yearbook. Mr. Warren Dunn, my
advisor here at USM, who was always there with a smile and a helping hand for
anything that I needed. Miss Eva Metz, Union Secretary, for keeping up with the
endless number of phone calls that came my way each day. I would also like to thank the
office staffs of everyone in the Union.
My roommate Stephanie deserves a geat deal of credit for my success with this
production. She was always there to lend an ear or a hand whichever I needed when a
deadline approached. Thanks a bunch Steph!!! The rest of the ladies that lived in my
suite in Mississippi Hall also deserve thanks, especially Chantelle Coleman who helped
me finish up my typing the night before many deadlines.
I would also like to thank all of my sorority sisters, The Ladies of PI BETA PHI, for
all of their support and understanding. A yearbook takes an endless number of hours,
and I found it difficult to attend many functions, but my sorority sisters stood by me
I would like to thank my assistant editors, Kim Dowe, Suzanne Bienvenue, and Trey
Joseph for their help and support. Paula Wilson and Phillip Traill did more than their
share on the photographic end. Photo Service and all of its staff were absolutely
wonderful and a pleasure to work with, Thank You so much for everything!
Last but not least I would like to thank the Administration and the Student Body for
their support and assistance.
USM is a great school, and I doubt anyone at the University would say any different.
Many memories are shared here and many lasting friendships gained. The "Coming of
Age" is a memory of the 1988 school year, and my contribution to this year.
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Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Kappa Xlpha
Alpha lanibda Delta
Alpha Phi Xlpha
Alpha Sigma Alpha
i Tau Omega
Baptist Student Union
Board of Trustees
Gamma Beta Phi
Greek God and Goddess
Hall of Fame
Order of Omega
Reason to skip
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Soc. of Poly Sci.
Tau Beta Sigma
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Upsilon Pi Epsilon
USM 1 Club
Zeta Phi Beta
Thanks to Everyone At Herff Jones
Speoral Thanks to Lou Johnson and Larry Holl1s for all of
.Xll other photos taken by Photo Service.
Xssocititcd Press: 20. 21. 22. 23. 279, 281, 283. 287
Phil llendrixz 56. 57
Philip Traill: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.16.l8. 19. 24. 25, 26, 27. 28
29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 52. 53. 54. 55. 58, 59. 60, 61. 63, 65. 68, 69
75.76.78. 130. 156. 157. 158. 204, 205.206, 207. 208, 209
210. 211. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218, 219. 224, 225. 254. 334
335. 336. 337. 338. 340, 341. 342. 343. 344. 345
Azzam Abdulwahato: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 16. 17. 156, 157, 158
206. 207. 208. 209. 210, 211. 214, 219. 236, 239, 343, 344
Paula Wilson: 24. 25. 28. 29. 30, 31, 32, 33.52, 53. 62, 63, 64,
65. 66. 74. 75. 126.127, 128. 129. 131, 156,157.158. 205
206. 207. 218, 219. 224. 244, 246. 247. 248, 249. 256, 257
341. 342. 343. 344. 345
Larry Flowers: 28. 30. 31. 32
Mark Hogue: 72. 73
David Bundy: 2. 5. 7. 11. 16. 126. 209.210, 211. 342, 343.
Special hanks 1
Joe Val Overstreet
Larry Graham .
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