University of Central Oklahoma - Bronze Yearbook (Edmond, OK)
- Class of 1983
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A challenging learning experience,
classroom instruction taught in an
atmosphere which induces learning, put
all of this together and you have the
makings of the CSU Honor Scholarship
The Honors Program began in the
fall of 1981 on the CSU campus with 30
students enrolled, now there are some 46
people in the program.
The Honors Program consists of
eight faculty members who choose
students who are academically inclined
and they must have had an ACT
composite score of 24 or higher.
Dr. Diane Kremm is the faculty
coordinator of the program. According to
Kremm, "Once a student has been
accepted to the program, the general
education requirements are the same, but
they are more challenging."
To stay in the program, a student
must maintain an overall grade point
average of 3.5 and is required to enroll
in two honor courses a semester. The
student receives a scholarship of S360
each semester for four years.
The class size is limited to encourage
learning and group discussion.
ABOVE: A few honors program participants. Front
row: L-R: Mary Martin, Cheryl Kimbrough,
Theresa Tucci, Michele Davey, Kelly Wright and
RIGHT: Mary Martin stands in punch line at
honors program tea. BELOW: Cheryl Kimbrough,
left, cuts up with Theresa Tucci as Helen McNutty
Marcie Everhart. Back row: Tracy Harris, Jaree
Hill, Janet Nibel, Rodney Davis, Helen McNutty,
Deborah Smith, Iyk G. Nsiegbel, Cheryl White.
TOP: Dr. Bill Lillard stops to chat with Tracy
Harris, left. Rodney Davis and Cheryl White at
Honors Program tea. Left: Rodney Davis and Iyk
Nsiegba discussing the CSU football team plays to
Jaree Hill and Cheryl White, or principles of
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OPPOSITE PAGE: Hot chocolate and
balloons add to amusementg CSU ROTC
Color Guard raises flags on new poles,
1982 senior class gift. THIS PAGE,
Above Left: Clown Debbie Hahn poses
with friends Lauren Allen and Sonya
Potter. Above: Threasa Byler checks to
see if David Anderson was hit with a real
whipped cream pieg Left: Kaleidoscope
dancers performing square dances:
Below: Linda Matthews takes advantage
of a once in a lifetime chance - throwing
a pie in Tim Reese's face.
CSU was one among 15 sites
across the nation chosen to host a
Forum on Youth Fitness seminar this
year. Sweat suits, shorts and sneakers
were common attire for the par-
ticipants in the sessions held on
October 7. Participants included
teachers, students, youth leaders,
YMCA workers, and city and state
park leaders from across the state.
The free seminar, geared toward
anyone who was working or interested
in working with youth groups at any
level, had sessions held in the Broncho
Fieldhouse, Wantland Hall, and Bron-
cho Corral. Emphasis was placed on
the 7-17 age bracket.
The opening general session at 9
a. m. featured an address by former
Miami Dolphin quarterack Bob Griese.
He stressed the importance of physical
fitness to the health of Oklahoma
youth. The sessions offered help in
broadening knowledge and understand-
ing youth fitness, sharpening teaching,
training and conditioning skillsg and
encouraging life-long fitness attitudes
in children. Topics ranged from
aerobics, various evaluation and teach-
ing techniques, to nutrition in relation
to fitness and sports.
TOP: Connie Crew, Health, Physical Education,
and Recreation faculty member from South
Oklahoma City Junior College, helps demonstrate
skin fold tests on seminar participant. The test,
administered during one of the sessions, helps
determine the percentage of a persons body fat.
Above: Participants doing "b1eacher" exercises.
Left: Bob Griese, former Miami Dolphins'
quarterback, involved in a deep discussion with Dr.
Loyce Willett, center, consultant of Health and
Physical Education for Oklahoma City Public
Schools, and Dr. Kathleen Black, CSU Health
Physical Education and Recreation professor.
TOP: Stuedents discuss future job opportunities
with one of the corporation representatives
attending CSU's School of Business' fourth annual
Career Day. Above: Mr. I. W. "joe" Webb, left, Ms.
Kathleen Henry, Mr. Randal Dunn, and Mr.
Donald Wright were honored at the Career Day
luncheon. Mr. R. A. Young, right, was the keynote
speaker for the event.
The School of Business sponsored its
fourth annual Career Day October 27th
in the University Center. All CSU
students were invited to the event. The
purpose of the day is to give students an
opportunity to meet with prospective
future employers. By meeting with the
representatives of the firms seniors and
graduates have the opportunity to make
that all important first contact, with
resume in hand. Underclassmen also
benefit in that they learn what kind of
courses and experience will help them get
their first "real job."
Founder of the TGSLY Stores Co., R.
A. Young, was the keynote speaker at the
luncheon. Dr. james Perry, Dean of the
School of Business presented each of the
four distinguished alumni of CSU with
plaques and gifts. Honored were Mr.
Randall Dunn, partner Deloitte Haskins
Br, Sells: Ms. Kathleen Henry, Directorf
Store Marketing 8s Sales Promotiong
McDonald's Corp.g Mr. I. W. "Joe"
Webb, President Sz, Chairman of the
Board, Joe Webb 85 Associates, Inc.,
Dallas, Texasg and Mr. Donald Wright,
President of Allied Lakewood Bank of
Every year in colleges and universi-
ties all across the nation many female
students go through a week of parties
and major decision making called Formal
Rush. This year's Formal Rush at CSU
was held August 25-29. The three
sororities that participated were Alpha
Gamma Delta, Delta Zeta, and Sigma
Wednesday a picnic was held at
Stevenson Park. In spite of the threat of
rain, the rushers and rushees met for the
first time over hotdogs. Thursday was
Open House night, where the rushees
were invited to inspect the sorority
houses. Friday was Theme Night. Each
sorority put on a skit and sang about
their group. Saturday was Preferential
Night. On "Pref Night" the rushees
learned how special a sisterhood can be
through a more serious presentation by
the members. Then it was back to the
University Center to make a decision
they would live with for the rest of their
lives - which sorority to pledge.
On Bid House Day, August 29, the
members eagerly awaited and welcomed
the rushees into their chosen Sisterhood
at the Y-Chapel.
OPPOSITE TOP: Carol Duran, Ruth Karner, Gina
Epley and Amy Crocker discuss Delta Zeta at
Theme Night Party. MIDDLE LEFT: Cyndee
Schwab and Ann Underwood greet rushees in front
of the Sigma Kappa house on Theme Night.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Bonnie Crittenden, La Donna
Horinek and Cyndee Schwab at Sigma Kapp house
on Bid House Day. BOTTOM: Delta Zeta's taking
bows after "Fantasy Island" skit. t
THIS PAGE, TOP: Sandy Huebner and rushee are
all smiles at Delta Zeta rush party. BELOW LEFT:
Cathy Christiansen and Tracie Taylor ham it up
for cameras at Sigma Kappa picnic Bid Day.
BELOW RIGHT: Terry Russell, Shelly Nowlin,
Lori McVay, Karen jeannont, and Lynn Gudenburr
Holiday Seasons CSU Style
Being away from home for the first
time can be quite traumatic for many
students. When the holidays roll around,
however, CSU students find ways to
make the season more homey.
At Halloween, ghosts 85 goblins
seemed to come out of the woodwork.
Various organizations sponsored costume
parties, some in conjunction with
Thanksgiving was the first chance
many had to go home, but before leaving
special Thanksgiving dinners were
As soon as students returned from
their homemade turkey dinners, Christ-
mas parties began. First the President's
Club sponsored a party for under-
privileged children on November 29. The
children came from all over Edmond.
Different clubs sponsored the children by
making sure Santa had toys, clothing and
a stocking of goodies for the little ones.
December 2 was the Feast of Carols.
After the dinner CCornish game hen,
baked potato and sour cream, veggies and
strawberry cake were served,J campus
organizations were invited to dedicate
and present a wreath to a person who
helped them during the past year. The
wreath presentation was followed by a
short program presented by a few of the
various choirs and singing groups on
campus. A short play reminding us of the
real meaning of Christmas was presented.
Santa Claus showed up at the end in time
for after dinner cider and conversation.
Even though students are busy and
away from home, the holidays are not
TOP: Tim Reece presents a wreath to Deans Land
and Ryan at the Feast of Carols. ABOVE: Jester
Denny Ott gets help in lighting a candle at the
Feast of Carols dinner. RIGHT: All kinds of spooks
haunted the corridors of Murdaugh Hall.
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TOP: Trick-or-treating with a new twist - room to
room. RIGHT: Trick-or-treaters pause during their
rounds. BELOW LEFT: Buddy Broncho fEric
Oeschj helps Heather Dawn Watkins with her
packages from Santa CBob Austinj at the
President's Club Underprivileged Chi1dren's
Christmas Party. BELOW RIGHT: Carolers sing
during Feast of Carols program.
"CSU - a gem in Oklahoma's
Diamond Jubilee" was the theme for this
year's homecoming celebration.
i The festivities were kicked off with
a picnic and pep rally on Wednesday,
October 27. Due to high winds the
bonfire was not lit, but East Hall won
the award for the most original piece of
wood contributed to the bonfire efforts.
Despite a boycott started by a few
of the dorm residents against the Greek
Homecoming Queen elections, there was
a high turnout for the election held the
week before homecoming. iAll contes-
tants were members of sororities.l
Thursday night the University
Center Ballroom was the scene of the
1982 Homecoming dance and crowning of
the queen. Michele Merhib, a sophomore,
was crowned queen. Kris Miller, Cynthia
Sullivan, Shelly Moody, and Susan Witt
were the attendants.
Since Homecoming was so close to
Halloween there was a costume contest
and series of scary movies in the
University Center on Friday.
Saturday, October 30, was the long
awaited day, Homecoming. The festivi-
ties were kicked off at 9 a.m. with a
commuter reception followed by the
parade. After the parade the CSU Alumni
had a luncheon in the University Center
Ballroom. In the morning parents and
families of students were invited to the
campus to see where their sons and
daughters went to class and lived. The
dorms and Greek houses held "Open
House" for this purpose.
Before the game against Cameron a
special ceremony was held on the football
field. Mike and Risa Russell accepted a
plaque in honor of their sister Karen, who
was killed in a car accident in May of
last year. Karen was last year's
homecoming queen and candidate for
graduation in July. .
To end the week, CSU's football
team creamed Cameron 38-6. The turnout
for the game was the largest thus far for
the season. At half time, in addition to
the coronation, Broncho fans were
introduced to the football team on the
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Homecoming game. ABOVE LEFT: One of many CSU
students gather for hotdogs at the Pep Rally. ABOVE: Fans
come out in mass for the game. LEFT: Juanita Hillburn leads
the women of Murdaugh Hall in the Homecoming parade.
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Michele Merhib and john Oglesby, Richi Brown and Kris Miller, and Billy
Leibold and Cynthia Sullivan. RIGHTQ Pyramid building, courtesy of the
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Pictured is a portion of their winning entry in the
dorm decorating contest. BELOW: Sounds of
laughter and dancing fill the University Center
Ballroom during the dance. BELOW RIGHT:
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escort, john Oglsby, hear the good news.
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during the big game. ABOVE: Fillies drill team
member, Threasa Byler performing at Pep Rally on
Wednesday. LEFT: CSU marching Band in
formation performs during halftime.
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Won-Kyung Kim, Korean advertising expert.
Mickey Lucas, President's Office
Assistant to the President Carl Reherman
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Deanna Land, Associate Dean
Dudley Ryan, Dean of Students
Dr. Patrick Cassens, VP for
Dr. Richard Mitchell, VP for
Helen Munn, Dean of
Wanda Voss, VP for
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Bobbie Groves, VP fo
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Claudia Huddleston, VP fo
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Alvin AlC01'Il, VP for Administration
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Albert Lynd, Asst. VP, Acad. Dr. Clyde T. Jacob, Asst. VP, Larry Williams Asst VP
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Dr. Dale Mullins, School of
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Dr. Lucille Patton, School
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Dr. David Hart, School of
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Jo Ann Adams, Asst. Prof. Art
Dr. Riaz Ahmad, Asst. Prof. Biology
Dr. Doug Allen
Dr. Fl'arlCeS W. Alsworth, Assoc. Prof. Curr. E Instr.
Louisa G. Arnold, Asst. Prof. Nursing
RObe1't H. Aubrey, Asst. Prof. Music
Maj. William H. Bache, Military Science
Michael Bachi, Professor Art
Dr. James F. Baker, Prof. History
Dr. Phil Ball, Assoc. Prof., HPE8r,R
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In 30- Year Career
In a musical composition, the music
flows from measure to measure until the
song is completed. Professor of music
education, Dr. jack Sisson's career at
CSU is likened to a musical composition.
After completing one job he moved to the
next, knowing that what is behind is over
and it is time for another challenge.
Sisson taught in the Edmond School
area before coming to CSU.
"I haven't missed a day of school in
30 years," professed Sisson.
Sisson accounts for his "healthy"
career by not worrying about it. Sisson
was a band director from 1956-1969.
Then for the next 10 years he was
chairman of the music department.
Sisson will soon retire but his work
will not be done. Seven years ago he
modestly went into the horse business on
his farm east of Edmond.
"I've got to watch for the next
spring's colts," said Sisson. "I'm impa-
tient to find out more about the horses,"
added Sisson. "It's exciting. It's a
However, while Sisson is still
teaching he neither neglects his horses
nor his students.
"I have to feed the horses before and
after school," said Sisson. "I have to be
there at foaling time also."
Sisson's job is full of anxiety and
excitement, but to him it's very
rewarding. Equally so are his students.
"I believe in music education,"
stated Sisson. "A music teacher knows
his students better than anyone besides
his parents or preacher. It's a privileged
position to be in."
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Dr. Bobby Brown, Assoc. Prof., Voc. Adult Ed.
A gggg Dr. Alvin Bryan. Prof. Accounting
, ' Dr. John L. Butler, Prof. Management
3 William E. Campbell, Assist. Prof. History
xiitf V GOI'dOIl E. Carlin, Asst. Prof., Management
Sharon Carney, Political Science
Dr. David Chance, Psychology 85 Personal Serv.
Morrisine W. Chandler, English
Dr. Jin T. Chen, Mathematics
Dr. Cavannah Clark, Curr. dz, Instr.
Dr. Howard Clark, Marketing
Kerry Clemons, Sociology
Dr. Malcom Coby, Curr. 81, Instr.
Dr. Eugene Cochran, Curr. 81. Instr.
Dr. Moody L. Coffman, Physics
Cynthia Coleman, Chemistry
Dr. Edward Collins, Curr. as Instr.
Shirley Connelly, Nursing
Kenneth Curl, Funeral Services
Dr. Max O. Davis. Oral Communications
Dr. William T. Dever. Political Science
Edith DiBartolo, Music
Dr. Robert M. Dillon, Music
Dr. William Douglas, Education
Karen Dowd, HPEZLR
Dr. C. DeWayne Dotson, Accounting
Dr. Carl DOWIling, Elementary Education
Dr. Donald Duffy, English
DOLlglaS J. Duke, Oral Comm. and Debate Coach
Dr. Ben Duncan, Ad., Voc., Higher Adult Ed.
Dr. Hall F. Duncan, Art
Dr. Marina Eaton, Foreign Languages
Dr. Harry Ebeling, English
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"Oklahoma Bats Need Friends" is
the name of a brochure written by Dr.
Bill Caire originally for Alabaster
Caverns State Park. The pamphlet
turned out to be a success and now
Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation
Department has taken over the printing.
Caire is an associate professor of
biology who does extensive research on
bats. He started 10 years ago and has
worked on several environmental projects
dealing with the winged mammals.
For one project, Caire took some
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Joyce Eisel, Marketing
Dr. Mary Elliott, Finance
Ruby Ewing, Library Science
Dr. Howord H. Farris. Secondary Education
Mary Alice Fisher, Home Ec.
Nelda Fister, Nursing
Donald G. Fitzgerald, Physics
Dr. Bill Caire, professor of Biology proudly shows
off one of the bats used for research in the
Biology department. A coffee can is its home.
CSU students to Alabaster Caverns to
study different bat habitats. They put
lights on the bats to see where they live.
"We need that kind of research to
know what habitats to preserve," he said.
Caire has been bitten several times
by bats but doesn't worry about rabies.
"Bats don't have rabies near as much as
the public thinks," he explained.
"A lot of the more common mammals
have a higher incidence of the disease."
Caire has lectured at several schools
and science organizations. He recalled an
unusual experience when he was asked to
speak at a women's garden club state
convention breakfast meeting.
"I thought it was kind of unusual
that they wanted me to speak at a
breakfast about bats," he said, "but it
turned out that they had bought a cave
and wanted to find out about the bats
in it. I enjoyed talking to them."
Faculty : - '
Margaret Flansburg, Instr., Humanities
ThOInaS Ford, Asst. Prof., Math Bu Comp. Sci.
Patti Freeman, Instr., Math 81. Comp. Sci.
Dr. Dorothy Frosch, Prof., Biology
Dr. Frank Frow. Assoc. Prof., Chemistry
Herman E. Fullgraf, Asst. Prof., History
Dr. Woody Gaddis, Assoc. Prof., Journalism
DI' DOI'eatha E. Gaffney, Assoc. Prof., Home Ec.
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Another Language To Marina
When students enroll in Dr. Marina
Eaton's French classes they do more
than learn how to speak French. French
students get the chance to experience the
French languages, culture and history.
In the past Eaton has taken groups
to Paris for three week workshops.
Students receive three hours of credit
and get to visit cathedrals and various
"All in all it was a wonderful
experience," said Eaton. "We will try to
take students this summer."
Eaton also concentrates on the
history of France and how Greek
mythology found its way in French
drama. Eaton has studied French plays
and their sources. She lectures in class
on plays that derived their subjects from
Eaton who is originally from Athens,
Greece studied mythology and was
attracted to French. She also traveled to
Belgium and Italy.
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"I find my French students stimulat-
ing," said Eaton. "They have a thirst for
knowledge and most achieve at what
Several are going abroad to learn
better French said Eaton, "It will open
new vistas for them."
Eaton also enjoys reading and
researching the history of France and
"I enjoy teaching," commented
Eaton. "I share what I know and my own
"Those students that are in my
classes have an opportunity to experience
the countries, the French literature and
way of life," explained Eaton.
"It is tremendous for me. The
students have enriched their lives and
Dr. Barbara W. Gardet, Prof., Music
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Dr. Fred GTOSZ, Asst. Prof., Chemistry
Dr. Engel Grow, Prof., Teacher Education
Dr. Thomas E. Guild, Asst. Prof., Pol. Sci.
Dr. Peggy J. Guthrie, Asst. Prof., Biology
Q Dr. Dennie Hall, Assoc. Prof., Journalism
Cal F. Guthrie, Assoc. Prof., Math Bs Comp. Sci.
Dr. Margaret W. Hamilton, Prof., Biology
Diane Hammack, Instr., Math. Br Comp. Sci.
L Dr. Samuel L. Hankey, Prof., Math ar. Comp.
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Math " o. One', Subject to Owens
In the teaching profession, as any
other profession, teachers come and go.
Some prefer to keep moving and exerting
their energies in a variety of places.
However, 17 year CSU veteran Dr.
Glenda Owens, professor of mathematics
prefers to exert her energies right where
One of the things that Owens
devotes her time to outside of CSU is the
"Math At Work In Society" CMAISJ
association. She mails tapes to public
middle and high schools across Ok-
lahoma. These tapes show math at work
and stress a career in mathematics.
"The response has been good for the
last two years," commented Owens. "As
long as people want them I'll continue
Owens' main objective is to instill
some appreciation of math in her
Muriel A. Herbrand, Assoc. Prof., HPEGBR
Patricia Hervey, Instr., Special Ed.
Dr. LCC Hicks, Prof., Oral Communications
Dr. William Hildred, Asst. Prof., Economics
Dr. Jerry Hill, Assoc. Prof., Elementary Ed.
Donald E. Hines, Asst. Prof., Humanities
Dr. Reginald D. Hocker, Assoc. Prof., Biology
Dr. Stan Hoig, Prof., Journalism
Gary Howard, Asst. Prof., Head Football Coach
Bobby Lynn Hunt, Asst. Prof. and Baseball Coach
Shirley Hurd, Instr., Nursing
Dr. John W. Hutchinson, Prof. Accounting
"Students either like math or they
hate it," said Owens. "I would like for
them to see it is not as bad as they
thought it was."
In high school Owens had a good
math teacher who directed her toward a
"I just Wanted to study mathema-
ticsf' said Owens. I have a strong feeling
Owens particularly feels it's best to
have big goals.
"That's what keeps me going,"
One of her many goals is to always
be available for her students.
"I don't like to be absent," said
Owens. "I'm selfish in that I Want to be
the one who teaches them everything
they learn. I feel very responsible."
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Travis Hyde, Asst. Prof., Finance
Leilani Irby, Asst. Prof., Nursing
Dr. Lewis H. Irving, Prof., Sociology
Dr. Margaret P. Isaac, Assoc. Prof., Psych. 81. Pers. Ser.
Dr. Imogene T. Johnson, Assoc. Prof., Curr. Sr
Dr. William A. Johnson, Assoc. Prof., Sociology
Dr. Randall Jones, Prof., Pol. Sci.
Dr. J. Kent Kidwell, Assoc. Prof., Music
Dr. John P. King, Prof., Physics
Virginia W. King, Asst. Prof., Art
Paul L. Kirby, Asst. Prof., Physics
David M. Landrum, Asst. Prof., Marketing
Jeananne Lawson, Instr., H8z.PE
Dr. Th0IIlaS C. Leckie, Asst. Prof., Music
Dr. Melvin L. Lee, Prof., Music
Dr. Paul R. Lehman, Assoc. Prof., English
Sandra R. Leonard, Asst. Prof., Math E. Comp.
Dr. Kathleen W. Lipp, Prof., Home Ec.
Dr. LaVeme Loman, Prof. Math 85 Comp. Sci.
Dr. Joan Luxenburg, Assoc. Prof., Sociology
Anne G. Lynch, Asst. Prof., History
Dr. Fred D. Mack, Assoc. Prof., Admin. Voc. Ad
Dr. Subr B. Mandagere, Assoc. Prof., Sociology
Dr. L. W. Marks, Prof., Physics
Dr. Dorothy Marotte, Assoc. Prof., I-I8nPE
Dr. David L. Martin, Assoc. Prof., Physics
Janice K. McCoy, Asst. Prof., Finance
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Dr. Patrick E. McGinnis, Prof., History
Karen K. McGrath, Asst. Prof., Curr. Sn Instr. . '
Dr. Majorie McGregor. Prof., Oral Comm. f W' ..,, ..
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Orval lHankj Mooney, Instr., Journalism
TCI'1.1O MOI'iShige, Asst. Prof., Physics
Dr. Ge0l'ge J. Mulcahy, Lectr., English
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Marotte Gives Special Help
Every Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
children from Johnson Elementary
School come to swim at CSU. Like most
children they look forward to the hour of
fun and exercise. The only difference is
these children are physically disabled
and mentally retarded.
Dr. Dorothy Marotte, the develop-
mental physical instruction coordinator,
has worked with special children for two
years, eight of them at CSU. The
swimming program is part of a "Hands
On" class in which students experience
I working with handicapped children. Each
student works individually with the same
child every week.
"The most important thing for
students to realize is there are no
mentally retarded children, just children
who are mentally retarded," pointed out
Marotte. "These kids have the same
rights as any others. But, many people
don't look at them as persons, just
Marotte is trying to change that way
of thinking. She works on building the
children's self-confidence. "It's harder for
them because they have to prove that
they can do something, prove that they're
human," said Marotte.
Marotte earned a bacheloris and
master's degree in education and was
interested in coaching sports. Then she
attended a conference on the relationship
:o Special Kids
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Dr. Glenda K. Owens, Prof. Math Gu Comp. Sci.
Jackie Owens, Business Education
Pauline I. Owens, Assoc. Prof., Humanities
Wallace Owens. Asst. Prof., Art
Paul G. Parent, Instr., HQPE
Carl M. Parker, Asst. Prof., H8r,PE
Dr. William D. Parker, Assoc. Prof., Sociology
Dr. Virginia Peters, Prof. HSLPE
Royce H. Peterson, Asst. Prof., History
Ann L. Phillips. Asst. Prof., Foreign Language
Dr. Emmet L. Phillips, Prof., English
Dr. Gerry C. Pinkston, Asst. Prof., H8z.PE
Edith V. Poe, Asst. Prof., Curr. 85 Instr.
Jan P. POk0l'I'ly, Instr, Music
LeIl0rah Polk, Instr., Home Ec.
of learning problems to self-esteem.
"That conference revolutionized my
thinking," said Marotte. "I feel much
more attuned to their needs and the
ability to help them."
CSU is the only college in Oklahoma
to offer special classes for students
working with handicapped children.
"We have terrific cooperation in this
school," said Marotte. "Students have an
opportunity here that other places don't
Marotte's enthusiasm for her job
and CSU is evident in her attitude, along
with her genuine concern for handicapped
children. "I want to help them feel good
about themselves," added Marotte.
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Marvin L. Powell, Instr., Funeral Ser.
Dr. Loy E. Puffinbarger, Lect. Pol. Sci.
Maj. William Rader, Mil. Sei.
Dr. William J. Radke, Assoc. Prof., Biology
Dr. Bobbie J. Ralph, Assoc. Prof., Music
Wendell E. Ralston, Assoc. Prof., Music
SGM William Reeves, Mil. Science
Vernon R. Ribera, Asst. Prof., Math tk, Comp. Sci.
Dr. Earl C. Rice, Lect. Math 85 Comp. Sci.
Dr. LOI'ee M. Rice, Prof. English
Dr. OdI.1S W. Rice, Asst. Prof., Adm. VXA 81, HXE
Dr. Verlin H. Richardson, Prof. Chemistry
Dr. Charles H. Richmond, Prof. Pro. Teach. Ed.
Paul E. Roach, Asst. Prof., Marketing
Dr. Jere W. Roberson, Prof. History
Monty R. R0bel'tS, Asst. Prof., Math 85 Comp. Sci.
William H. Roberts. Asst. Prof., Adm. Svc. 8s Bus. Ed.
Richard E. Roby, Lectr., Journalism
Jimmie L. R0gCI'S, Asst. Prof., Geog.
Lee V. ROSC, Asst. Prof., Bus. LawfCom. 81. Stat.
Glen E. Ross, Asst. Prof., English
James W. R0te, Asst. Prof., Economics
Kenneth E. ROiLh, Instr., Oral Comm.
Wadad H. ROtzingeI', Lect. Adm. Ser. 85 Bus. Ed.
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Dr. R0y C. ROWlaIld, Asst. Prof., Curr. 8a Instr.
Dr. J. G. Russell. Prof., Psyc. 8s Personal Ser.
Dr. Sheldon Russell, Assoc. Prof., Curr. 81. Inst.
Dr. Shelley H. RutheI'fOI'd, Prof. English
Dr. Irmgard Schneider, Assoc. Prof. Foreign Lang.
Elizabeth R. Scott. Curr. Bu Inst.
Jerry D. Scott, Asst. Prof., Bus, LawfCom. 8: Stat.
Dr. Donna K. Sears, Assoc. Prof., Home Ec.
Dr. Mohammad Shaaf, Asst. Prof., Economics
DT. DOH G. Shane, Prof. Curr. 81- Inst,
Frances A. Shanks, Asst. Prof., HBLPE
Whit Marks Studies
the science building is the office of a man
who is very concerned about the use of
energy. Dr. Whit Marks, professor and
former chairman of the physics depart-
ment, works on alternate sources and
forms of energy that won't deplete the
earth of its natural resources.
Marks is concerned about the ways
energy is consumed and how to conserve
it. Serving as chairman of the Mayor's
Energy Committee in Edmond, Marks
examines many ways to conserve fuel,
from big things like building codes for
homes to how long the street lights are
Marks mainly works with renewable
energies, energy that is a product of the
sun and wind. One project deals with
possible uses of hydrogen. According to
Marks, many people are afraid of
hydrogen because of the "Hindenburg
Syndrome." But he pointed out all fuel
can be explosive if safety precautions are
not taken. Hydrogen is actually safer
than gas in containers and it offers
advantages, such as no pollution or
exhaust when used in cars.
Marks first became interested in
different energy sources in 1960 when one
of his students did a project on solar
energy after reading a book on an
international symposium on solar energy.
Marks read the book also and realized
that oil and gas won't last forever. Since
then he has extensively studied other
sources that will not run out.
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Franklin W. Simons, Prof. Art
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EX-Student Returns as Vf .
The position of assistant vice
president for academic affairs has been
filled this year by someone new to the
job but not to the university. Dr. Clyde
T. Jacob, an alumnus of CSU, joined the
staff after being assistant dean of the
I college of arts and sciences at Oklahoma
"I lived in Edmond while working at
OU and have always felt a strong
committment to the university here,"
jacob graduated from CSU with a
bachelor's degree in speech and hearing.
He also earned degrees from Phillips and
Purdue University and has worked as a
During this time Jacobs developed
an interest in academic administration
which eventually led him back to CSU.
He now looks at the university from a
"I see more assets now than I did
as a student," said Jacobs. "CSU has
grown and has a great deal to offer
intellectually. I also see the professors in
a different way."
"It's important for us to not be like
other institutions. We have our own
identity," explained Jacob. "CSU has the
opportunity for providing education that
others don't have."
Jacob enjoys interacting with
students. He also thinks it's essential to
have a strong tie with teaching: otherwise
administration and faculty would never
understand each other.
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1 h ' A ' if N Phyllis Thornton, Instr., Math 85 Comp. Sci.
Dr. Jimmie F. Thrash, Adm. VXA Gr HXE
Dt. Charles A. TiSSC1'aI'ld, Assoc. Prof., English
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f Dr. Verdine E. Tl'0l1t, Prof. Physics
Mary K. Van Horn, Ad. VXA tk HXE
Carl Vandever, Asst. Prof., Pol. Sci.
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' ' Dr. Darwin E. Waterman, Assoc. Prof., Curr. GL Ins
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A V f f Lynnette Wert, Lec. Creat. Studies
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Q 'gli 2 ' 'A Regina A. Woodberry, Instr., English
x ' V Calrence E. Woolridge, Asst. Prof., Management.
Dr. James H. Yates, Prof. Math. 8 Comp. Sci.
Dr. Donna L. Younker. Prof., Pro. Teach. Educ.
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Dr. John Lolly, Director
CaI'0l Barry, Reference Librarian
Fritz Buckallew, Cataloger
R011 Curtis, Asst. Dir. for Tech. Ser.
Ed Hill, Personnel Officer
Bonnie King, Reference Librarian
Mark Luetkemeyer. Cataloger
Clemma McCaw1ey, Asst. Dir. for Pub.
Sue McGee, Cataloger
Andrew Peters, Reference Dept.
Kitty Pittman, Reference Librarian
John Purdy, Serials Dept.
Carolyn Rylander, Cataloging Dept.
Bill Sowers, Reference Librarian
Vicki Stough, Cataloger
Imogene Troxel. Cataloger
Irene Voit, Acquisitions Dept.
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LEFT: Joyce Mitchell, Directors Sec. BELOW: Circulation Staff: Virginia Roberts, Norma Griffin,
Beth Cooper, Evalyn Cox and Doylene Manning.
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CENTER LEFT: Periodicals Department:
Ruthie Forshee and Norma Ward. LEFT:
Library Night Shift: Rosemarie Martin and
Gladys Jones. ABOVE: Cataloging Depart-
ment: Frankie Potts, Chris Mahowald,
Barbara Miller and Elizabeth Edison.
UPPER LEFT: Technical Service, Acquisition Department: Valerie Stewart, Dorothy Billen, Renee
Spencer, Charlsie A. Martin and Wanda Montgomery, ABOVE: Serial Department: Toni Lewis, Roxie
Parker, Mary Hiland, Deborah Coundiff, Glenda Carlson and Doris Detweiler. LEFT: Public Service:
Betty Drennon, Mary Bond and Grace Appleby.
Dr. Ronald Paddock
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Photo Services Placement, Spec. Events Assistant Comptroller High School! Certification
Clytee E. Campbell
Computer Science. Management Club, Treas.
Alpha Chi, Scholastic Tuition Waiver, Junior
Achievement Scholarship, jack Byler Memor-
ial Scholarship, Alumni Scholarship, Pre-
sident's and Dean's Honor Rolls.
Carl P. Battles
Business Finance. Kaliedoscope dancer,
Tunesmiths, Phi Mu Alpha Vice-Pres., CSU
Men's Glee Club Pres., President's Club,
Freshman Music Scholarship, Outstanding
Pledge - Phi Mu Alpha, First Christian Church
Sherri Ann Andrews
General Business. Student Senate, Delta Zeta,
Panhellenic Pres., Health Sciences Club, AWS,
President's Club, High School College
Relations Board, President's 81. Dean's Honor
Eliza beth Ann Brook
Child Development. Edmond Association for
Children Under Six, Alpha Chi, Fee Waiver
Scholarship, EACUS Scholarship, President's
and Dean's Honor Rolls.
Marketing. Tiaras Vice-Pres., Delta Zeta
Recording Sec., Student Senate, Marketing
Club, Toastmasters, College Republicans,
American Marketing Association, Dean's
Christine Dianna Collins
Distributive EducationfMarketing. CSU
Collegiate DECA 81-82 Sec.fTreas., Pre-
sident's Club, CSU Collegiate DECA, Scholar-
ships from Eastern Star, American Business
Women's Association, and CSU DECA.
Linda Lea Copeland
Computer Science. Tiaras Pres., RHA, AWS,
BSU, President's Club, Tuition Waiver
Scholarship, Dean's and President's Honor
Timothy Wayne Derritt I
Industrial Education. Phi Beta Sigma Pres.,
IFC Pres., Industrial Arts Club, Afro American
Student Union. Received Fel-Pro Scholastic
Darla J. Dunlap
Public RelationsfOral Comm. Army ROTC,
President's Club, Maurauders, Alvin
Friebur Award, Scholastic Tuition Waiver,
Dean's and President's Honor Rolls, Good
Conduct Award, Distinguished Military
Student, National Defense Award, Recondo
Badge, Physical Proficiency Award.
Debra Lynn Fisher
Accounting. Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS,
UCAB, Ebony Gospel Choir, Tiaras Treas.,
Delta Sigma Theta Vice Pres., Accounting
Club, President's and Dean's Honor Rolls,
Tuition Fee Waiver.
Eric A. Freeman
Public RelationsfOral Communications.
Kappa Alpha Psi Pres., Sigma Delta Chi,
Alpha Epsilon Rho, Black Greek Alliance, Afro
American Student Union, President's Club.
Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Alpha Psi Scholar
Award, Kappa Alpha Psi Regional Office
Sandy J. Gann
Promotion Management. Interhouse Council
Historian, Mortar Board Vice Pres., Phi Beta
Lambda Vice Pres., Dorm Homecoming
Committee, Scholastic Tuition Waiver, Dean's
Theresa Rene Guillary
Special EducationfSpeech 85 Hearing Path-
ology. Mortar Board Alumni Corresponding
Sec., Tiaras Junior Advisor, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta,
AWS, Dean's Honor Roll.
Gina Elizabeth Hankey
Accounting. Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi,
Mortar Board, Accounting Club. Scholastic
Tuition Waiver, President's and Dean's Honor
BiologyfEducation. Alpha Phi Alpha Secre-
tary, Afro American Student Union, Student
Senate, High School College Relations, Floor
Representative, Co-founder of RHA, Dean's
Clarice Renee Johnson
Special Education-Learning Disability. Delta
Sigma Theta Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Student
Council for Exceptional Children, President's
Club, Afro American Student Union, AWS,
Black Greek Alliance. Dean's and President's
Mary K. Kelly
Public Administration Major. Student Senate
Sec.fTreas., Young Democrats, President's
Club, OIL, Secretary, Oklahoma Young
Democrats. President's and Deanls Honor
Ramona Lynn King
Business AdministrationfMarketing. Mortar
Board, Tiaras, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pres-
ident's Club, Student Senate, RHA, Mur-
daugh Hall Council, Marketing Club, Phi Beta
Lambda, College Republicans, AWS, Harry S.
Truman Scholarship Nominee, Homecoming
Queen Candidate, Tuition Waiver Scholarship,
Dean's Honor Roll.
Kenda R. Kirby
Art Education. Alpha Lambda Delta, Tiaras,
Sigma Alpha Iota, Art Club, President's Club,
High Schoo1fCollege Relations, RHA, Pres.
Sheryl L. K udy
journalism. Delta Zeta Pres., Sigma Delta Chi
Vice-Pres., Alpha Lambda Delta, Tiaras,
Alpha Chi Pres., Mortar Board, Kappa Tau
Alpha, President's Club, Vista, KCSC, Bronze
Book Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Coulter
Stevenson Scholarship, Alumni Scholarship,
Tuition Waiver Scholarship, Dean's Honor
Kendra C. Lay
Psychology. Alpha Lambda Delta, Tiaras
Treasurer, Mortar Board, Alpha Chi, Psi Chi,
Dwayne E. Long
journalism. Sigma Delta Chi Pres., Ebony
Gospel Choir, Afro-American Student Union,
Alpha Phi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, BSU, Black
Greek Alliance, East Hall Council, Vista,
Outstanding Senior Man, Outstanding Greek
Man, Outstanding Beginning J-Student,
Gridiron Newspaper Scholarship.
Cherri Lee Lowther
Political SciencefPublic Relations. Mortar
Board, Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, First
American Student Association, Young Demo-
crats Treasurer, Student Senate, Pre-Law
Club, President and Dean's Honor Rolls.
Joseph L. McCormick
Political Science-Public Administration.
Kappa Alpha Psi, Student Senate, Young
Democrats, Toastmasters, Pre-Law Club.
Dean's Honor Roll.
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Political Science. College Republicans Pres.,
Student Senate, Phi Eta Sigma, State
Federation of College Republicans Treas.,
President's Club, Harry S. Truman Scholar-
ship nominee, Science Department Scholar-
Jody Pattick McElhaney
Physical Education. Phi Eta Sigma, Mortar
Board, HPEGR Club lst Vice-Pres., OAH-
PERD, Thatcher Hall Dormitory Pres., FCA
Pres., President's Club, BSU, Kappa Delta Pi,
Dale F. Hamilton Outstanding Senior PE
Major, All District 9 Track Performer, Alumni
Foundation Award Scholarship, Dean's Honor
Shelley C. Moody
Commercial Art. Alpha Gamma Delta, Art
Club Vice-Pres., UCAB, Ad Club, High
SchoolfCollege Relations Board, Kappa Sigma
Stardusters, AWS, President's Club, Scholas-
tic Tuition Waiver, Einstein Art, Queen of
Hearts, Calendar Girl lst Runner-up,
Carolyn R. White-Munholland
Finance. Alpha Lambda Delta, Tiaras, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Student Senate Sec.fTreas.,
Young Republicans, Freshman Scholastic
Tuition Waiver, President's and Dean's Honor
Roll, Nominee for Harry S. Truman Scholar-
Eric Stanton Oesch
journalismfPublic Relations. College Repub-
licans Pres., High SchoolfCollege Relations,
Student'Senate, Sigma Delta Chi, President's
Club, Sports Editor, Bronze Book, Buddy
Broncho, Vista, Tuition Waiver.
Carol L. Osborn
Computer Science, Tiaras, DPMA, Murdaugh
Dorm Council Sec., UCAB, RHA, High
SchoolfCollege Relations, Dean's Honor Roll.
Pamela G. Parker
Business Administration Management. Man-
agement Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Delta Theta
Chi, President's Club. Dean's Honor Roll,
President's Honor Roll, Management Club
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Student Senate Pres., Tau Kappa Epsilon,
OIL, High SchoolfCollege Relations, Phi Beta
Lambda, IFC Vice-Pres., Thatcher Hall
Council, President's Club, Traffic Appeals
Court Chairman, Edmond 2 News, Faculty
Senate, 1980 Statewide Outstanding Young
Democrat, Dean's Honor Roll.
Leslie Ann Ribera
Computer Science, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Alpha Chi, D.P.M.A., Math Club Pres.,
Mortar Board Sec., President's Club, Dorthea
Meagher Mathematics Award, Outstanding
Upperclass Math Student, Math Achievement
Award, President's Honor Roll, Tuition
Waiver, Alumni Scholarship, Computer
Lisa G. Riley
English Education. English Club, Secondary
Education Association, Alpha Chi, Kappa
Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Okla. Education
Association, Fee Waiver Scholarship.
Accounting. Phi Eta Sigma, Accounting Club
President, Mortar Board Treasurer, Dean's
and President's Honor Rolls.
Justin Wayne Selman
History Education. Phi Alpha Theta Pres.,
Mortar Board Pres., Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa
Delta Pi, Alpha Chi, President's Club, College
Republicans, President's and Dean's Honor
Roll, Tuition Waiver Scholarship, History
Dept. Scholarship, CSU Foundation, Scholar-
ship, Guthrie Scottish Rite Scholarship.
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Robert James Summers, Jr.
Public Relations. Tau Kappa Epsilon Vice-
Pres., Alpha Epsilon Rho, Iota Beta Sigma,
High SchoolfCollege Relations Board, Student
Senate, KCSC, ROTC Carmyl, Debate
Tuition Waiver, KCSC Broadcast Tuition
Waiver, Army ROTC Scholarship, Depart-
ment of the Army Superior Cadet.
Not Shown: Susan K. Abernathy
Thu Nguyen Dao
Sandra D. Harris
John E. Karis
Vicki Van Stavern
Anthony A. Sledge
Physical Education. Kappa Alpha Psi, Ebony
Gospel Choir, RHA, RA, Army National
Guard, Afro American Student Union,
H.P.E.R., Dance Club, Delta Sigma Theta
Graduate Chapter Scholarship, Tuition
Waiver, ROTC, Dean's Honor Roll, Academic
Jan Elizabeth Roberts-Smith
Vocal Music Education. Kappa Delta Pi,
Sigma Alpha Iota Pres., Mortar Board,
Tunesmiths Pres., Freshman Vocal Scholar-
ship, Flag Corp Captain.
Cynthia Louise Sullivan
Health Educationflnterior Design. Alpha
Gamma Delta Rush Chairman, AWS
Sec.fTreas., Panhallenic Sec.fTreas., Tiaras,
Murdaugh Hall Council, ASID, Interior
Design Club. Dean's Honor Roll.
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Musical Theater, University Choir, Men's
Susan Kay Witt
Public Administration. Sigma Kappa Pres.,
Student Senate Vice-Pres., Young Democrats,
President's Club Vice-Pres., OIL, UCAB, High
SchoolfCollege Relations Board, Best All
Around Greek, TKE Sweetheart, Daughter of
Diana, Katrina Dennis Memorial Scholarship,
Student Senate Officer Scholarship.
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Above: Slow, fast, and country music attracted
students to the Queen of Hearts dance. Right: The
Queen of Hearts, her court and their escorts. Front
row: Juanita Hillburn, Keven Holbert and Teresa
Williams. Back row: Sam Hedrick, Mike Knox and
Every year AWS sponsors a campus
fundraiser for the American Heart
Association. The girl, with the help of her
sponsoring organization, who raises the
most money is crowned Queen of Hearts
This year just over S2600 was raised. At
the dance on Feb. 10, Keven Holbert
sponsored by Delta Zeta, was crowned
Queen of Hearts. She raised 351400. The
runners-up were Juanita Hillburn, spon
sored by Murdaugh Hall, and Teresa
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Don Adams, Tuttle
Dian Akers, Davis
Samuel Akpan, Nigeria
Mark Allen, Lawton
T. Lee Allen, Guthrie
Carla Archer, Bartlesville
Dawn Armstrong, Yukon
Sandra Astley, Oklahoma City
Roger Auchenbach, Oklahoma City
Steven Bailey, California
Winston Banta, Stroud
Liz Baranek, Edmon
Sheila Baretta, Oklahoma City
Troy Beaty, Oklahoma City
Brooke Beavers, Edmond
Willa Becknell, Tulsa
Carl Bell, Oklahoma City
Dyane Bell, Edmond
Scott Bell, Oklahoma City
Sharon Bennett, Oklahoma City
james Berry, Oklahoma City
Ken Berry, Midwest City
Deborah Betterton, Oklahoma City
Linda Bigbee, Perry
Stephanie Bingham, Oklahoma City
Eric Black, Oklahoma City
Iva Boyd, Poteau
Darrell Bradley, Oklahoma City
Wendy Bradshaw, Choctaw
Kathi Bray, Oklahoma City
Christi Bridges, Blanchard
Todd Bridges, Kingfisher
Tremea Brothers, Guthrie
Robert Brown, Tulsa
Zina Brown, Tulsa
Veletta Burleigh, Oklahoma City
Garnetta Burris, Oklahoma City
Rodney Buss, Beaver
John Buttry, Yukon
Threasa Byler, Oklahoma City
Deborah Carey, Oklahoma City
Katherine Chastain, Oklahoma City
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Margaret Chwalek, Iowa
Kelly Claxton, Wellston
Melissa Coker, Piedmont
Timothy Coker, Nigeria
"I grew up watching the old Errol Flynn movies with
the swashbuckling and bravado," stated Steve Bailey, one
of the 10 fencers in Dr. Virginia Peters' fencing class. "We
used to jump around using garbage can lids and sticks
were heroes of long ago."
fencing is more mental than physicalf,
"It,s like a chess game enacted. It's
move, countermove. It's also a lot of
opponent out and getting your confidence
above his. There's all kinds of little tricks and mind
For instance, Doug Mclntire of Oklahoma City and
his "bowed blade"? Mclntire explained, "The opponent
will usually watch the bright plastic tip of the weapon
and in this case, would be fooled by the actual movement
of the blade."
Why would someone get involved in the rather
unpopular sport of fencing when they could play football
and always be in the limelight? john Leaf, who has two
brothers, George and Bill, that are also active in the sport,
admitted, "My brothers did have a lot to do with my
getting involved in fencing, but more than that it offered
an alternative to me. I was a good wrestler in high school,
but not a great one and you have to be great to compete
on a college level. Fencing is a lot like wrestling to me
in the way that they are both strategic and one-on-one.
It doesn't matter how someone else on the team has done
in his match? And he adds, "Besides, it's a great way
to pick up girls!"
The fencers in Dr. Virginia Peters' fencing class pause during practice
for a group shot.
With flamboyant style, freshman Steve Bailey scores a direct hit on Anthony Webb.
Protective gear is worn at all times.
Alva Collins, California
Anne Coney, Oklahoma City
Laura Conklin, Kansas
Clyde Connor, Grove
Manuel Cook, Coyle
Dolores Cooper, Mustang
Diana Cozadd, Enid
James Cunningham, England
Shannon Davis, Oklahoma City
Shari Davis, Sand Springs
Michael Delaney, Edmond
Edward Dempewolf, Edmond
Deborah Dempsey, Oklahoma City
Annette Descher, Enid
Vicki Dillon, Oklahoma City
Garfield Doakes, Anadarko
Hester Doke, Oklahoma City
Paula Dolese, Oklahoma City
Ruth Anne Dolezal, New Mexico
Dee Donaldson, Yukon
Lori Doughty, Edmond
Mike Douglas, Oklahoma City
Devin Drake, Texas
Franky Dreadfulwater, Tahlequah
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held in November models a skirt! jacket outfit. ABOVE: As the
rains poured the latter part of September, streets on campus
flooded and cars sloshed through water up to their doors.
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spirit that helped CSU make it to the playoffs in '82, BELOW:
Cadets from the ROTC department lead the homecoming parade.
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Bonnie Ellis, Edmond
Kathy Elzey, Guthrie
Cheral Emery, Piedmont
Alan Erwin, Chandler
Marcie Everhart, Oklahoma City
Lori Farmer, Oklahoma City
Michael Fisher, Yukon
Lisa Flanagan, Morris
Sherrie Foister, Moore
Darrell Franklin, Oklahoma City
Michelle Free, Cashion
Jennifer Freeman, Oklahoma City
Rosetta Fuller, Texas
Keith Futch, Oklahoma City
Theresa Gabrish, Moore
Kimberly Garrison, Pawnee
LaGail Gentry, Oklahoma City
Ken Gladden, Oklahoma City
Cheryl Glenn, Oklahoma City
Melissa Goff, Pawnee
David Gorman, Texas
Geoffrey Grabow, Kingfisher
Guy Graham, Blanchard
Freda Grayson, Langston
Cheryl Green, Guthrie
Joanie Gregory, Edmond
Lana Griffin, Oklahoma City
Lee Haff, Sand Springs
Kristi Hammon, Blanchard
Debbie Hanbury, Collinsville
Robbie Hankins, Oklahoma City
Penny Hanneman, Oklahoma City i 1 " ' f'
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Robert Heflin, Crescent
Theresa Helt, Sand Springs
Gloria Herndon, Watonga
Jaree Hill, Edmond
Sandra Hill, Davenport
Patti Hines, Betheny
Allison Hinton, Guthrie
Tammy Hobbs, Blackwell
Kim Hobson, Edmond
Keven Holbert, Bartlesville
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Gary Astle wait for guests to arrive at the
Commuter Reception held during Homecoming
Gayle Hoover, Kansas
Richelle Horney, Enid
Anita Horton, Oklahoma City
Tarita Howard, Tulsa
Nanine Huddleston, Texhoma
Sherry Huffman, Yukon
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Terry James, Duncan
Kelly Jay, Midwest City
Alane Johnson, Oklahoma City
Bill Johnson, Oklahoma City
Alan Jones, Bartlesville
Jana Jones, Oklahoma City
Kristen Jones, Edmond
I Lori Jones, Noble
K V Nancy Jones, Edmond
l 'f . 'il Terry Jweid, Oklahoma City
P Hollie Kee, Yukon
Ginnie Keefover, Barnsdall
Billy Kennedy, Blanchard
John Kerr, Chickasha
K , , Sharyl Kidd, Edmond
i ss" . ' Cheryl Kimbrough, Oklahoma City
A s Jean-Marie King, Bethany
Larry Kirkland, Oklahoma City
Shelley Klemme, Yukon
Kim Kromanaker, Midwest City
, Robin Lackey, Gore
' Regina Langford, Oklahoma City
, f Christie Lanham, Moore
Foreign Population, Delightful Mix
Approximately 1000 foreign students are
enrolled at CSU making up almost 10921 of the
total population. Sixty-seven different coun-
tries from all over Europe, Asia, Africa, South
and Central America, and Australia are
represented on campus. Nigeria is the main
contributor with 270 students. There are 192
from Iran, 140 from the Republic of China,
and 90 from Vietnam. The other 308 are from
the various corners of the world.
International Student Week was held
October 11-15, climaxing October 15 with an
International Student Reception. The differ-
ent nationalities displayed their cultures
through style shows, songs, classical in-
strument recitals, sword, fan, and hat dances,
and even a Kung Fu demonstration. A
dazzling array of Vietnamese wedding attire
as well as many other cultural costumes were
A new organization of all international
students got underway in late November with
the election of a president.
"The response was really surprising,"
observed Dr. Ronald Paddack, International
Donna LaQuey, Duncan
Steve Lee, Hennessey
Katherine Lehmann, Oklahoma City
Omaida Leon, Oklahoma City
Kay Lewis, Del City
Rick March, Enid
Brian Martin, Spencer
Valerie Martin, Texas
Delbert Mayberry, Okmulgee
Michelle Mayfield, Edmond
Pam McDowell, Bethany
john McGinley, Oklahoma City
Helen McNulty, Oklahoma City
Susan Meadon, Oklahoma City
John Minden, Oklahoma City
Fara Mitchell, Duncan
Tracy Mitchell, Woodward
Sonya Moore, Guthrie
Wayne Nevills, Broken Bow
Tu-Anh Nguyen, Edmond
Kim Norcons, Guthrie
Anna Novny, Prague
Deanna Novonty, Wheatland
Alfred Nwabuzor, Nigeria
This International Student Union will
offer fellowship to all foreign students in
helping them make the difficult adjustment
from one culture to another.
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FAR LEFT: Nigerian students, Olorunnisola Moses Kayode, Sampson
Omeke, and Samuel Ekundayo Alao, chat with Carl Rehermann,
Assistant to the President at CSU and Mayor of Edmond.
RIGHT: Fatemeh Seifi of Iran displays the traditional costume of the
women of her home country.
BELOW: The Republic of China CSU Alumni Association gather for
a group shot during a meeting in Taipei, Taiwan. All are recent
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Olayemi Adenreli Olabisi, Nigeria
Lawrence Onwusa, Nigeria
Jana Orten, Oklahoma City
Sonya Owens, Oklahoma City
Stephanie Patton, Blackwell
Lisa Peppers, Madill
Kim Phillips, Oklahoma City
Shirley Piel, Perry
Annette Pierson, Oklahoma City
Kristi Pipes, Edmond
Verna Platt, Guthrie
Tina Plunkett, Oklahoma City
Lori Postier, Enid
Verna Preston, Oklahoma City
Kim Pruett, Ponca City
Lisa Queri, Midwest City
Abour Rahman, Bangladesh
Richard Randall, Moore
Lynn Ratliff, Oklahoma City
Janice Revels, Oklahoma City
Tim Rhoades, Choctaw
Nancy Rhodes, Kansas
Jequeta Richardson, Oklahoma C
Brenda Risenhoover, Stroud
jimmy Roberts, Ardmore
Brenda Rogers, Duncan
Lee Anne Rose, Bethany
Lance Rosson, Oklahoma City
Keith Russell, Oklahoma City
Mike Sandefur, Edmond
Jana Sanders, Thomas
Renita Sandles, 'IX1lsa
Darrell Schantz, Yukon
Don Schille, Florida
Shelia Seals, Tulsa
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A Crisp New Leaf
As the leaves once again have begun
to fall and the wind has shifted from a
light breeze to a crisp flurry, busy
multitudes cover the campus as they
rush to class. Each passing face is
different and holds inside a unique
The faces reflect the different
cultures of faraway lands and of the
variety of different ages, spanning those
17 and fresh out of high school to those
70 who have raised a family then decided
to come back to school to make their
unfulfilled dreams come true.
Fern Richard is one of these spunky
people in her early 50's, who has decided
to embark on a career after raising two
She is classified a junior and is now
carrying five hours. She explains she is
only a part-time student because she is
a full-time "granma".
"I didn't get my college education
before my children, but I will before my
grandchildren!" she jokes.
Fern is an art major but admits that
she'd really like to be in fashion
designing. She feels she has an uncanny
knack for "predicting fashion."
"People are dressing neater and
more organized. I believe clothes are an
indicator of the world situation and the
world is becoming more relaxed and
organized than the scene reflected in the
l960's," she explains.
Fern plans to take many years to
graduate because she wants to take her
education "slow and easy."
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fall, choosing from football, volleyball, and soccer. FAR RIGHT:
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sponsored by the Resident Hall Association during first
Don Sears, Altus
Dana Seaton, Edmond
Leann Seaton, Kingfisher
DeAnn Shadid, Yukon
Trayla Shadoan, Oklahoma City
Jim Sharkey, Enid
Paul Shepherd, Oklahoma City
Jeri Sheriff, Nash
Joanne Smith, Tatums
Stacey Smith, Oklahoma City
Vonda Smith, Duncan
Della Soney, Oklahoma City
Leslie Sorenson, Oklahoma City
Daniel Spencer II, Del City
Henry Stafford, Guthrie
Becky Staggs, Oklahoma City
Rachael Stanfield, Newcastle
Shreese Stephenson, Watonga
Susan St. John, Edmond
joe Stripling, Oklahoma City
Charlotte Symes, Yukon
Tracy Talley, Lawton
Terrie Taylor, Choctaw
Ronda Tenison, Oklahoma City
Lisa Thomas, Oklahoma City
Sherry Thomas, Arkansas ,,,, :"
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Barbara Tucker, Arkansas
Elaine Turner, Oklahoma City
Michael Turner, Oklahoma City
Pam Turner, Yukon
Friday Udoh, Nigeria
Godwin Udoji, Nigeria
Ifeanyi C. Uzoewulu, Nigeria
Holly Vanderslice, Mustang
Susan Vigue, Moore
Zelda Viney, Stringtown
Hung Vo, Vietnam
Cheryl Vorel, Luther
Patti Waller, Moore
Lisa Washington, Oklahoma City
Allison Watson, Shawnee
Tracy Weatherly, Choctaw
Paul Webb, Tulsa
Lisa Welker, Edmond
Ronnie West, Oklahoma City .
Shannon West, Arkansas
Cheryl Westfall, Moore .1 .
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Ezeklel Agusi, Nigeria
Kazi Ahmed, Bangladesh
Maha Ahmed, Egypt
Oladele Ajau, Nigeria
Simi Akinbobla, Nigeria
Kent Anderson, Madill
Idiat Balogun, Nigeria
Barney Barnett, Edmon
Michael Barton, Edmond
Lanita Battle, Chandler
James Beard, New Lima
Dawnda Beck, Edmond
Sherri Becker, Yukon
Allison Begley, Edmond
Steve Begley, Midwest C
Karen Bentley, Lawton
Rhonda Berene, Kansas
Mark Beutler, Cashion
Lisa Black, Norman
Sharon Bledsoe, Ralston
Gret Bohlman, Oklahoma City
Rick Bollenbach, Altus
Tammy Boyd, Cushing
Piper Braden, Oklahoma City
Linda Bradford, Boley
Karen Bramble, Shawnee
Shirley Brintnall, Enid
Brett Bryan, Edmond
Lee Anne Bryant, Duncan
Shelly Burge, Meeker
Len Burton, Agra
S. Butler, Oklahoma City
Scott Carmichael, Owasso
Connie Carollo, Tuttle
Erachetti Carr, Enid
Grover Carter, Oklahoma City
Nita Clifton, Moore
Todd Clouse, Oklahoma City
Phyllis Cudjoe, Oklahoma City
Anja Daberry, Oklahoma City
Marcia Davis, Midwest City
Shelley DeLonais, Midwest City
Melanie Dennett, Enid
Dana Dever, Oklahoma City
Ann Downey, Tulsa
Armond Dunn, California
Ignatius Ebohl, Nigeria
Geoffrey Efochie, Nigeria
Chinyere Eleonu, Nigeria
Carol Elliott, Duncan
Lisa Farmer, Oklahoma City
Lisa Farris, Edmond
Amy Ford, Oklahoma City
Melissa Frank, Oklahoma City
Bea Gaddis, Guthrie
June Garrett, Luther
O. J. Greenhoward, Hennessey
Nancy Grigsba, Ponca City
Buddy Hanter, Midwest City
Guy Hardaker, jones
Arnetta Harris, Tulsa
Michael Harris, Tulsa
Tracy Harris, Choctaw
Sherrill Hart, Edmond
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Sam Hedrick, El Reno
Dick Heflin, Crescent
Denise Hensinger, Oklahoma City
Della Henson, Mustang
Nita Henson, Crescent
Trina Herring, Thomas
Kay Lynn Hill, Muskogee
Darla Hodges, Moore
Kathy Horgan, Collinsville
Gilbert Hornbeak, Marietta
Sandy Huebner, Turpin
Anthony Ikpa, Nigeria
Ijezie Ikwuezunma, Nigeria
Joel Ilomechine, Nigeria
Clement Inyang, Nigeria
Dana Ivey, Duncan
Glenda Jackson, Oklahoma City
Tara Jeanguneat, Tuttle
Beverly johnson, Del City
Kirk johnson, Oklahoma City
Lisa johnson, Tulsa
Johnny Jones, Oklahoma City
Kent Kadavy, Kindfisher
Gary Kelley, Edmond
Cecil Kielhorn, Ardmore
Rick Kirkham, Oklahoma City
jacquelyn Knapp, Lindsay
Kathy Koehn, Helena
Peter Kollie, Liberia
Rhonda Lackey, Edmond
Donna Lavicky, Enid
Rhonda Lawson, Edmond
John Leaf, Oklahoma City
Lekwa Kekwa, Nigeria
Cynthia Leyda, Ponca City
Margarett Lindsay, Oklahoma City
Bob Long, Guthrie
Mary Lowe, Crescent
Zelma Maly, Enid
Susie Markes, Waukomis
Greg Mason, Edmond
Randy Mason, Colorado
Carol May, Edmond
Tiffiney McCleary, Oklahoma City
LaVerne McCloud, Boley
Robert McDowell, Edmond
LaDonna Meadon, Blackwell
Michele Merhib, Oklahoma City
john Montgomery, Edmond
Tina Moore, Oklahoma City
Brian Morrow, Tulsa
Deanna Mote, Edmond
Lori Muegge, Tonkawa
Mark Mumma, Blackwell
Scott Munn, Oklahoma City
Tammy Nease, Oklahoma City
Randy Newcomb, Oklahoma City
Tennyson Nkemka, Nigeria
Vincent Obiajulu, Nigeria
LEFT: Mike Sherman from East
Hall adds a little excitement with
the C-S-U yell during the
homecoming game against
Cameron. ABOVE: Barbara
Tackney, Moko Hulme, June
Lantz, Leslie Montgomery, Shari
Rose, and Cathy Christianson,
the women cadets in ROTC, pose
during the awards ceremony.
RIGHT: Gayle Deal and Mike
Shaw walk hand-in-hand after
lunch at the Central Cafeteria for
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Sam Okeke, Nigeria
Felicia Okorn, Nigeria
Nnanna Iheany Okwara, Nigeria
Stanley Olie, Midwest City
Sonny Comas Onyekwere, Nigeria
Leisa Parent, Ponca City
janet Pate, Moore
Celia Patmon, Crescent
Norene Patterson, Sayne
Terri Payne, Edmond
Stacey Perkins, Tonkawa
Therese Phillips, Woodward
Christopher Pinkston, Oklahoma City
Brian Pitre, Oklahoma City
Paula Pittman, Harrah
Mike Powell, Broken Arrow
Mark Preston, Yukon
Karen Reherman, Okarche
Su Robinson, Mooreland
Merle Rodgers, Germany
Rhonda Roots, Moore
John Roper, Yukon
Shari Rose, Oklahoma City
Eric Ross, Oklahoma City
Pamela Roulston, Midwest City
Jack Russell, Oklahoma City
Margarett Russell, Thomas
Lynna Sago, Edmond
Linda Samuels, Tulsa
Brett Sanner, Duncan
Danny Saul, Mannforcl
Laura Schuchman, Enid
David Scott, McAlester
Kathy Seale, Oklahoma City
Carrie Simnacher, Kingsville
Cindy Sloggett, Stillwater
Cameron Smith, Choctaw
David Smith, Oklahoma City
Janelle Smith, Luther
Kevin Snyder, Piedmont
Toni Splane, Enid
Suzanne Stafford, Guthrie
Christie Statum, Oklahoma City
julie Strozdas, Oklahoma City
Kathaleen Sumpter, Vian
Jeff Suttle, Del City
Ronald Tackett, Chandler
Vincent Talley, Lawton
Mike Tasby, Texas
Tammy Tate, jones
Sidney Terry, Edmond
Kim Thomas, Oklahoma City
Stella Thomas, Bethany
ive from CSU!
Lights, action, camera "Welcome to
Broncho Highlights I'm Gregory Kerr
along with "
This is how Greg Kerr starts off his
broadcast on CSU's chanel 2 and KSCS's
airing of Broncho football.
Greg came to Central State from
Dallas, Texas, to play basketball and
found that the Communication Depart-
ment was his second home. He started
out by conducting interviews with
coaches and players, and has worked his
way up to hosting the Gary Howard
Show. In the spring, he did his internship
at OKC's Channel 5.
"You have to deliver something
people can identify with. When you
broadcast, it should be like you're talking
with your aunt or grandma and not a
whole crowd." commented Greg.
"CSU has the perfect training
facilities in the communications depart-
ment. It's there if you want it," Kerr
After graduating in May, Greg hopes
to be able to stay in sports and find a
job around the Oklahoma City area.
Greg Kerr prepares to do an on-the-spot report
during a Broncho practice session.
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learn the "four corners" during a countryfwestern dance
workshop. BELOW: Graduate assistant Bob Stidham
and the umpire seem to disagree on a certain call.
Sherry Thompson, Tulsa
Zina Thompson, Oklahoma City
Darryl Thurmond, California
David Trent, Oklahoma City
Sheila Turrentine, Lawton
Benard Udochi, Nigeria
Isaiah Udomfu, Nigeria
Idioong Ukpong, Nigeria
Michael Underwood, Choteau
Natalie Vaught, Luther
Jose Villarreal, Bolivia
Loutasha Viney, Stringtown
Debbie Wakeley, Muskogee
Leeanne Westbrook, Ardmore
Brenda Wheeler, Midwest City
Charri White, Duncan
Bryan Williams, Collinsville
janet Williams, Oklahoma City
Toni Williams, Oklahoma City
Andree Willis, Tulsa
Barbara Wilson, Muskogee
Luther Winfree, Pennsylvania
Frankie Wood, Edmond
Margo Wright, Oklahoma City
Raphael Acquaye, Ghana
Carolyn Adebiyi, Nigeria
james Adeniyi, Nigeria
Bernard Agorua, Nigeria
Deana Ahmed, Egypt
Bioye Akeem Ajao, Nigeria
Morakinyo Akinrinlola, Nigeria
Emily Anderson, Duncan
Sherri Andrews, Oklahoma City
Lori Ansley, Adams
Russell Arfield, Norman
Rex Arnold, Comanche
Sammy Asubiojo, Nigeria
Jim Balkenbush, Oklahoma City
Norma Barnett, Dewar
Jamye Beaty, Oklahoma City
Jeff Begley, Edmond
Patrick Berglund, Harrah
Keith Biglow, Okmulgee
Donnie Blackshire, Wetamka
Lea Blackwell, Altus
Adrian Bland, Tulsa
Barbara Boatman, Edmond
Michelle Booth, Piedmont
David Boswell, Bethany
Caroline Bradford, Pond Creek
Lisa Bragg, Clackwell
Clifford Braggs, Guthrie
jo Breath, Ardmore
Burneele Bridges, Oklahoma City
Tabe Brownell, Liberia
David Butler, Oklahoma City
Terri Caldwell, Del City
David Canavesio, Oklahoma City
Dietra Carroll, Tulsa
Jacquelyn Carter, California
Sherry Caster, South Dakota
Mario Castro, Peru
David Chambers, Oklahoma City
Lisa Chinn, Oklahoma City
Ehukah Christian, Nigeria
Paul Chukwuma, Nigeria
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a Northeastern guard for another two points. RIGHT:
Sonia Williams, Lisa Washington, Eric Peoples, and
Anna Trammell concentrate on the Four Corners
during the Countryfwestern workshop at night.
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Kathy Coe, Midwest City
Benny Coleman, Choctaw
J. Paul Collins, Edmond
Linda Copeland, Macomb
Cheryl Corkle, Bethany
Patrick Courtney, Oklahoma City
Rhonda Cowan, Oklahoma City
jim Crabb, Georgia
Kaye Crocker, Lawton
John Darnell, Oklahoma City
Arifali Datoo, Kenya
Timothy Derritt, Enid
Delma Diacon, Stroud
Denice Dick, Bethany
David Dinkins, Oklahoma City
Tina D'innocenzo, Shawnee
Beverly Dockery, Oklahoma City
Nancy Dodd, Edmond
Sue Domagola, New York
james Dono, Michigan
Lisa Due, Newcastle
Carol Duran, Yukon
Edmund Eboh, Nigeria
Jackie Eckels, Alva
Chris Edgmon, Davis
Jenny Edwards, Edmond
Kim Edwards, New Lima
Felix Ekanem, Nigeria
Nsima Ekpo, Nigeria
Monday Elenya, Nigeria
Emmanuel Essel, Ghana
Charla Farmer, Bethany
Julie Filer, Midwest City
Rick Fillips, Harrah
William Finley, Pawhuska
Debra Fisher, Oklahoma City
Jennie Francis, Edmond
Terrie Francis, Oklahoma City
Brenda Frick, Cushing
Kay Gales, Oklahoma City
Robin Gandy, Oklahoma City
Genel George, Del City
Marilyn Glenn, Texas
Randy Gotschall, Ohio
Rickey Greene, Florida
Shawn Greenfield, Edmond
Sheila Gregory, Ponca City
Derrick Griffin, Tulsa
Todd Guinn, Ponca City
Debbie Hahn, Moore
Ed Hamilton, Oklahoma City
Delana Hardesty, Paden
David Harris, Oklahoma City
Freda Harris, 'hxlsa
Lori Harris, Tulsa
Mark Hauton, Oklahoma City
Mark Heard, Norman
William Henderson, Texas
Clyde Herrod, Oklahoma City
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CSUS Very Own
OU has its Sooner Wagon drawn
by the horses Boomer and Soonerg OSU
has its Pistol Pete. But CSU has its
very own special character, Buddy
Buddy was born in 1978 when the
Student Services purchased a yellow,
fuzzy horse costume. The first person
to ever don the "Buddy identity" was
Although he enjoyed it, it got to
the point where people couldn't
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Buddy's job is to attend CSU
sporting events and work in conjunc-
tion with the cheerleaders in generating
school spirit and entertaining the
crowd. He also puts in many other
appearances at parades, community
activities, and charity events.
To see Buddy, go to any CSU
activity and look for the horse in the
latest "Broncho-Wear" Cblue denim
vest and fashionable red bandanaj. Or
listen for laughter. That's where Buddy
can be found.
Quarterback Randy Page, following behind
blocker Randy Jones, looks for a receiver
Juanita Hillburn, Madill
Cathy Hoelting, Ponca City
Chris Holly, Oklahoma City
Joseph Holzendorf, Florida
Barbara Hooper, Oklahoma City
Tim Horsley, Texas
Gary Howell, Colorado
Wilbur Hudson, Illinois
Uchenna Ifeorah, Nigeria
Cynthia Ishem, Bartlesville
Andrea James, Oklahoma City
Nancy Jaramillo, Oklahoma City
Dana Jennings, Claremore
Debbie Jones, Oklahoma City
Peggy Jones, Okemah
Melissa Juneau, Oklahoma City
Samuel Kajubi, Uganda
Karen Kern, Chickasha
Joe Kessinger, Kansas
Aamer Khan, Pakistan
Khalid Khan, Kenya
Shirmard Khoshnudi, Iran
Kenda Kirby, Perkins
Liddell Kirk, Oklahoma City
Darrin Landes, Crescent
Scott Layton, Yukon
Sterling Lee, Deaver
David Legrand, Edmond
William Leibold, Del City
John Leinweber, Colorado
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5 Getachew Lemma, Ethiopia
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Dan Luskey, Enid
Terri Lynch, El Reno
Rene Mahoney, Del City
Robin Major, Oklahoma City
Gwen Martin, Dewey
Tanara Martin, Tulsa
Lisa Mason, Moore
Connie Matheny, Taft
Evelyn Mayes, Oklahoma City
'.. Dahl McKinney, Harrah
fl., ,,., , ,,, ' Emmanuel Mettle, Ghana
Andrew Miller, Oklahoma City
Nancy Miller, Moore
Mohamoud Mohamed, Somalia
Ruth Moore, Moore
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Communications Building to serve CSU s new Cable 2
television station ABOVE jenny Fowler gets in some practice
Tim Moore, Texas
James Mosley, Oklahoma City
Warden Ndok, Nigeria
Jamee Neal, Norman
Donatus Nnadi, Nigeria
Eric Nwolisa, Nigeria
Chris Obanye, Nigeria
Danny Ogu, Nigeria
Lawrence Omeke, Nigeria
Carol Osborn, Oklahoma City
Ann Owens, Crescent
Randy Page, Oklahoma City
Carlos Pardo, Columbia
Mark Parent, Ponca City
Gayle Passey, Edmond
Donna Pate, Duncan
Tammy Payne, Edmond
David Powell, Ponca City
John Preston, Texas
Jeanine Pugh, Oklahoma City
Jeannie Purdy, Oklahoma City
Nancy Rahm, Kremlin
MD Akhter Rashid, Bangladesh
Tim Reid, McCloud
Neil Reynolds, Duncan
Joyce Ritz, Yukon
Tyronne Robertson, Tulsa
Tommy Ross, Tonkawa
James Rowe, Tulsa
Julie Sago, Edmond
Nasir Salam, Sudan
Sonya Sasbee, Edmond
Andy Schmidt, Oklahoma City
Cyndee Schwab, Ponca City
Laurie Scott, Oklahoma City
Greg Self, Ponca City
Debra Shepherd, Yukon
Michael Sherman, Maryland
David Shields, Harrah
Lisa Selvey, Choctaw
Kathie Slutter, Yukon
A1 Smith III, Oklahoma City
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Senior Jan Roberts-Smith has devot-
ed most of her life to music. She started
piano lessons in second grade and voice
in fifth grade.
"My parents thought it would be a
neat opportunity for me to take music
lessons,', she said. "If I liked it, fine, if
not, that was okay, too."
But she did like it, so much that she
continued in music all throughout high
school in Blackwell. She picked up
saxophone lessons along with piano, but
her strongest subject was voice. She was
selected for All-State Choir two years in
At CSU, Jan's major is music
education with an emphasis in vocal. She
was a member of Tunesmiths show choir
for three years and is presently in the
CSU choir. Her other memberships
include Sigma Alpha Iota, women's
honorary music fraternity: Mortar Board,
and Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary
"I think music is more demanding
than other majors," she said. "Most
people have to do a lot of studying. Music
majors have to study and spend time
rehearsing every day. I don't think it's
necessarily harder, just more demand-
jan practices voice and piano an
average of two hours a day, in addition
james Berry makes a point during a discussion
at an Afro-American Student Union meeting.
Music s I-Ier Life
to carrying a full load of classes and
working 20 hours a week.
Despite all the hard work, she
considers music "an excellent way of
After graduation jan hopes to teach
music in an elementary or midhigh school
and teach privately in her home. t'That's
the nice thing about this profession," she
pointed out, "I can teach a few students
at home along with a class at school."
Relating music to children shouldn't
be hard for Jan. After all, she's been in the
profession since she was a child.
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ABOVE: Jan Smith has devoted most of her life
to the art of music.
LEFT: Ms. Kay Hudson, jan's voice teacher,
gives Jan instruction during their afternoon
Cindy Smith, Edmond
Q jakera smith, Oklahoma city
F jean Smithey, Colorado
' , Gina Spain, Moore
:A ,R 'I I Mark Spears, Owasso
Sherry Spencer, Kingfisher
Susan Stangl, Meeker
Grant Stephens, Missouri,
Tracie Stephenson, Kansas
Larry Stringer, Perry
james Stroup, Edmond
Tonia Sykes, Edmond
Charles Tascier, Moore
Robert Taylor, Spencer
Erin Thomas, Harrah
Albert Torto-Doku, Ghana
Quang Truong, Vietnam
Melette Tucker, Oklahoma City
Thomas Tucker, Tulsa
Sharon Tush, Broken Arrow
Ann Underwood, Okemah
Irene Usoh, Edmond
Dennis Vaverka, Hennessey
Carlos Vergarn, Cuba
Kenneth Wagner, Yukon
Larry Wasson, Cushing
Martha Watson, Oklahoma City
Shelley Webb, Yukon
Paul Weber, Blackwell
Terri Weese, Kansas
Susan Weidenmaier, Faye
Carole West, Edmond
Carolyn White - Manholland, Oklahoma
Donna Wiginton, Paden
Katherine Wilmeth, Bartlesville
Connie Windes, Norman
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Oluyemi Adeosun, Nigeria, Marketing
Sandra Aguero, Texas, Nursing
Matthew Akinade, Nigeria, Accounting
Tony Akins, Hugo, Education
Roxie Aldrich, Deercreek, Nursing
Lyle Alexander, Altus, Comp. Sci
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Lucinda Anderson, Harrah, Business
Iran Ansari, Iran, MBA
Mansour Ansari, Iran, MBA
Deborah Armstrong, Tulsa, Pol. Sci.
Annett Ashley, Okay, Computer
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joy Chizobam Aninwene, Nigeria,
Steven Austin, Tulsa, Business Admin.
Effat Badawi, Egypt, General Studies
Scott Batary, Edmond, Accounting
Lenora Bates, Oklahoma City, Nursing
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ABOVE: Central State's Homecoming brought record crowds to Wantland
Stadium. RIGHT: Kathi Bray masquerades as a clown during Central
U State's 91st Birthday Party on November 9.
Liana Bates, Ponca City, Hum. Res,
Lu Ann Baze, Enid, Ele. Educ.
Godlove Benjamin, Ghana,
Donna Bennett, Oklahoma City, journ
Charmayne Blandon, Idabel, Comp.
Larita Blandon, Idabel, Nursing
jan Borelli, Okarche, Gen. Bus.
Pamela Boston, Oklahoma City, Ind.
Sue Boyd, Oklahoma City, Accounting
Susan Bracken, Texas, Phys. Educ.
Erin Bratt, Edmond, Computer
jamie Brewster, Oklahoma City, Oral
Kathy Brown, Oklahoma City, Comp.
Tammy Brown, Moore, Elem. Educ.
jim Bryant, Tulsa, Accounting
Dennis Burns, Oklahoma City, Math
john Burruss, Moore, Bus. Admin.
Clytee Campbell, Midwest City, Comp
Crystal Carpenter, Ponca City, journ.
Mary Carter, Oklahoma City,
Bryan Coffey, Davis, Management
Kevin Colwell, Warracres,
janet Conway, Harrah, Business
Carol Cooper, Oklahoma City, Oral
Nancy Cottrell, Moore, Marketing
Bonnie Countess, Oklahoma City,
Twyla Cowan, Webbers Falls, Journ,
Kenneth Cumbie, Waynoka, Business
Liz Curnutt, Edmond, Nursing
Joni Darnell, Oklahoma City, Soc.
Don DeVault, Midwest City, journ.
Mary Drain, Edmond, Office Admin.
Thomas DuBois, Oklahoma City, Gen.
Darla Dunlap, Oklahoma City, Oral
Aderinsola Efunnuga, Nigeria, Market,
Asuquo Enekere, Nigeria, Med. Tech.
Etuk Okon Etuk, Nigeria, Pol. Sci.
Chukwudi Ezeani, Nigeria, Bus.
Innocent Ezeobi, Nigeria, Pre. Med,
Thomas Fallah, Liberia, Pur.
Michelle Ferguson. Sapulpa, Ed,
Brenda Finney, Webbers Falls, Spec.
Mary jo Fitzgibbon, Miami, Pol. Sci.
Cynthia Foster, Tulsa, Soc.
Kathy Fried, Mustang, Nursing
Sandy Gann, Enid, Market.
Diane McCulley Garrett, Guthrie,
Stanley E. Gates, Pryor, Comp. Sci.
Kimberly Glass, jenks, Spec. Educ.
jerry Guffey, Oklahoma City, Fine
Theresa Guillory, Bartlesville, Special
Mardecc Hanlrins, Oklahoma City,
Gina Hanlcey, Edmond, Accounting
Abdul Hassan, Somalia, Finance
Ibrahim Hassan, Somalia, Comp. Sci.
Robert Helton, Oklahoma City, Bus.
Cheri Henderson, Edmond, Nursing
Frank Henderson, Oklahoma City,
jim Hill, Sapulpa, History Ed.
Judd Hill, jr., Comanche, Fin.
Anybody who has ever had a class
in Howell Hall has probably come in
contact with Allen Watson. He is a
spry little man who has more energy
and enthusiasm than most of the
Watson is a senior who has been
attending CSU off and on since 1944.
He works as a biology lab associate and
will gladly tell anyone all about his
work. He likes it so much that he is
in no hurry at all to graduate. K
Working with animals is one of
Watson's many hobbies. He often
carries a snake in his pocket and likes
taking care of the animals in the lab.
At home he owns a collection of 23
parakeets C16 different colorsj, three
dogs and a snake fthe one he carries
in his pocketj.
Watson's love of people is evident
in his personality. "I especially like
talking to foreign students," he said.
"I've learned to say hello in all kinds
of different languages like Persian,
Chinese, Spanish, and Russian."
"I've got the best job in the United
States," he smiled. "It's the best job
anybody could have."
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Bill Hinton, Oklahoma City, Mgt,
Gloria Hoard, Oklahoma City, Bus.
Cherie Holkum, Choctaw, Inter.
Terry Howard, Leedey, Indus. Ed.
T onda Howard, Leedey, Gen. journ.
Sandford Huff Oklahoma City, Elem.
Randy Hunt, Wewoka, Biology
Boniface Ifemembi, Nigeria, Bus.
Saturday Ikoro, Nigeria, Market.
Kanako Ise, Japan, English
joseph jackson, Liberia, Pol. Sci.
Wayne Jaggars, Wetumka Phys. Ed.
Valerie jamerson, Midwest City,
Tamara james, Okemah, Spec. Ed.
Clarice johnson, Oklahoma City, Spec
Ivan johnson, Altus, Math
Glenn jones, Canton, Comp. Sci.
Sherry Keeler, Norman, Oral Comm.
j.R. Keith, Enid, Theatre
Mary Kelly, Oklahoma City, Pub. Rel.
Kristen Kelting, Guymon, Voc. Home
john Kersh, Grove, Comp. Sci.
Clinton Kerr, Walters, Business
Gregory Kerr, Texas, Broad.
Alfred B. Kessellie IL Liberia, Pub.
Fazlolah Kiasi, Iran, Business
Lisa Kincade, Muskogee, Eng. Educ.
Mary Ann King, Oklahoma City, Pub.
Ramona King, Mustang, Marketing
Frederick Kirkwood, Tennessee, Mark.
Michael Klaene, Oklahoma City, Mgt.
George Kofa, Liberia, Econ., Pol. Sci.
Kayna Kohler, Altus, Phys. Ed.
Kay Kolb, Edmond, Gen. Bus.
Lewis Kowena, Snyder, Soc.
Sheryl Kudy, Edmond, Gen. Journ.
Susan Lane, Spencer, Sociology
Jeannie Langmacher, Minco, Finance
Mathilde Lanham, Oklahoma City,
Emma Laosebikan, Okmulgee, Nursing
Robert Lawler, Ponca City, HPER.
Tania Lee, Lawton, Communication
Moshood Leshi, Nigeria, Chemistry
Jacqueline Lester, Wisconsin, Mgt.
Mark Lester, Piedmont, Advertising
Kim Lindsay, Claremore, Business
Wayne Linsenmeyer, Glencoe, TV
janettia Lisenbee, Owasso, Music
Cindy Liston, Oklahoma City, Ele.
Vicki Lohrey, Oklahoma City, Int.
Dwayne Long, Tulsa, Journ. Educ.
Louise Long, Oklahoma City, Nursing
Theresa Lovelace, Enid, Gen. Stud.
Mona Low, Tulsa, Home Econ.
Michael Lowe, Florida, Pol. Sci.
Cherri Lowther, Oklahoma City, Pol.
Lynne Marcus, Edmond, Psychology
Keith Martinkewiz, Tulsa, DE
Paula Mathews, Oklahoma City, Voc.
Tracey McCauley, Stillwater, Per.
joe McCormick Oklahoma City, Pub.
J D. McDaniel, California, Journalism
Jody McElhaney, Norman, Phys.
Randy McGee, Oklahoma City, Comp.
janet McGuire, Edmond, Home Ec.
Gary Mears, Oklahoma City, Sec.
Charles Menefee, Oklahoma City,
Kris Miller, Bartlesville, journ..
Anthony Milligan, Moore, Bus. Admin.
Linda1Mills, Shawnee, Ele. Educ.
Penny Mills, Oklahoma City, Business
Terrence Mitchell, Oklahoma City,
Ahmed Mohamed, Somalia, Accounting
Shawn Molloy, Pawhuska, Computer
Patricia Monday, Tulsa, Off. Admin.
Some girls come to college and pledge a
sorority, to help charities or attend parties.
Others want to take another kind of challenge
and join the ROTC where they belly through
muddy ditches. However, Private Cathy
Christianson, Sigma Kappa social chairman,
seems to enjoy doing both.
"I'm not rough and tough or ultra-prissy. I'm
Cathy Christianson and doing what I want to be
doing," explains Cathy. "I joined the sorority for
friendship and social activity, I joined the Army
for a future."
At basic training, Christianson qualified as
a sharpshooter on the M16.
"You bet I was scared. I was scared I was
going to hurt someone or myself," Cathy
comments. "Then I loved it." Now, Cathy is very
involved in rifle contests.
"I really want to mention the other girls in
ROTC. Nothing can be said about me without
including them - we're a team."
The other girls are Moko Hulme, june
Lantz, Leslie Montgomery, Shari Rose, and
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House Day during Rush Week.
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P r 1 V C h I' 1 S t 1 at n S 0 n the other girls during basic training.
Sharon Monday, Tulsa, Office Admin.
Shelley Moody, Oklahoma City,
Michael Moore, Edmond, Finance
Mohmed Moradi, Iran, Safety
Deborah Morris, Wynnewood, Sp. Ed.
Ahsan Muhammad, Bangladesh, Bus.
Mohammed Musa, Somalia, Finance
Melvin Mussyal, Oklahoma City, Fin.
James Myers, Noble, Finance
Patricia Neal, Ardmore, Fash. Merch.
Greg Nelson, Edmond, Marketing
May Nguyen, Vietnam, Comp. Sci.
Bret Nimericlr, Ponca City, Comp. Sci.
Uchay Moku, Nigeria, Market.
Malachy Nkantion, Nigeria, Market.
Rocky Northcutt, Ardmore, Pub. Rel.
Sherri Norton, Wellston, Speechfl-Iear.
Eric Oesch, Oklahoma City, Pub. Rel.
George Ohli, Nigeria, Acctg.
Molly Ogbuku, Nigeria, Health
Nii Okai Okantey, Ghana, Comp. Sci.
Shade Okeowa, Nigeria, Mgt.
Amobi Okolo, Nigeria, Market.
Simon Okonjo, Nigeria, Phy. Sci.
Alphonsus Okoyeocha, Nigeria, Bus.
Emmanuel Okwunze, Nigeria, Market.
Samuel O. Oladipo, Nigeria, Real
Abdi Omar, Somalia, Finance
Livinus Onwuchuruba, Nigeria, Acctg.
Roger Parker, Oklahoma City, Acctg,
Diane Pasquarelli, Idaho, Nursing
Lim Peacock, Edmond, Broad.
Suzie Phillips, Midwest City, Spec.
Hat Pickerill, Tulsa, Comp. Sci.
Polly Pitezel, Tulsa, Child Develop.
Mohammed Qazi. Bangladesh. Finance
Tim Reese, Enid, Political Science
Carla Releford, Roland, Bus. Admin.
Patricia Reynolds, Kansas, Comp. Sci.
Robert Reynolds, Georgia, Comp. Sci.
Zahid Reza, Bangladesh, Finance
Phillip Ridgway, Oklahoma City, Sec.
Diana Roblyer, Afton. Bus. Admin.
Karen Rockhold. Ponca City, Speech
Pamela Rodriguez, Oklahoma City,
David Rolle, Oklahoma City, Market.
Samuel Ross, Oklahoma City, HPER
Gary Roughton, McCloud, HPER
Christie Ruffin, Bethany, Crim. jus.
Kevin Rushing, Oklahoma City,
Lisa Sali, Midwest City, Fash. Mer.
Penny Salyer, Oklahoma City,
Gus Samara, Lebanon, Journalism
Larita Sao, Oklahoma City, Pol. Sci.
Keven Sasser, Piedmont, Finance
john Schenberg, Oklahoma City,
Monty Schibbelhute, Edmond, Comp.
Dolores Schiltz, Ponca City, Spec. Ed.
Rhonda Schmitt, Oklahoma City,
Richard Schneider, Edmond,
Kelly Scholz, Del City, Elem. Ed.
Trent Scott, Oklahoma City, Crim.
jamie Sears, Altus, Elem. Ed.
justin Selman, Maysville, His. Ed.
Becky Selvey, Marlin, Elem. Ed.
Warren Sharp, Clayton, Photo. Journ.
Mike Shaw, Oklahoma City, Oral
Abdul Sheik, Somalia, Finance
Rick Shelton, Sand Springs,
Paula Sheperd, Stillwater, Library
Carla Shipman, Moore, Management
Glenda Simmons, Guthrie, Finance
Connie Keith Simpson, Ponca City,
David Sir Leali Liberia, Criminal
Robert E. Slankard, Broken Arrow,
Iva Slaughter, Vernon, Home
Anthony Sledge, Oklahoma City,
David Smith, Oklahoma City,
jan Smith, Blackwell, Music
Shari Smith, Ponca City, Art Educ.
Valentine joy Smith, Tonkawa,
Scott Snider, Midwest City,
Noah Spiva, Midwest City, Business
Virginia Steele, Oklahoma City,
Beverly Sternberg, Missouri,
Lesa Stewart, Stillwell, Business
Robin Steward, Midwest City,
Mary Stinnett, Oklahoma City, Pre
Dennis Stokes, Guthrie, Finance
Brenda Stout, Kansas, Computer
Bob Strader, Pawhuska,
Terri Stulce, Oklahoma City,
Robert Summers, Tulsa, Public
Shu Chen Sun, Taiwan, Home
Olyfunbi Taiwo, Nigeria, Accounting
Dennis Talley, Midwest City,
Tracie Taylor, Choctaw, Business
Robert Taylor, Oklahoma City, Oral
Ashok Thakkar, India, Marketing
Craig Thomas, Oklahoma City, Oral
Left The Broncho the official CSU mascot rears up on its
haunches in front of the Broncho Fieldhouse Below Craig Clark
receives some balloons with a Happy Birthday message.
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Jeanie Thomas, Midwest City, Econ.
janet Thornton, Lawton, Nursing
Beth Ann Todd. Afton, Elem. Educ.
Nancy Trindle, Kingsfisher, Nursing
Debra Turrentine, Lawton, Fash, Mer.
Ekponudim Umanah, Nigeria, Pol. Sci.
Mary Anne Unsworth, Oklahoma City,
Patricia R. Uselton, McAlester, journ.
Richard Uselton, McAlester, journ.
Octavius Valai, Liberia, Mark.
Hellena Vann, Oklahoma City, Psy.
Nancy Vaughn, Yukon, Comp. Sci.
Cheryl Vaughn, Midwest City, Music
Mike Vaughn, Mangum, Funeral
Melissa Vierheller, Claremore. Oral
Jennifer K. Wade, Durant, Child
Elizabeth Wahlstrom, Minnesota, Soc.
Sue Wang, Taiwan, Mgt.
Phil Ward, Norman, Mgt.
Teresa Ward, Midwest City, Int. Des.
Rochelle Ware, Enid, Spec. Educ.
Roy Weber, Okeene, Acctg.
David Weiss, Edmond, Comp. Sci.
Tammie West, Oklahoma City. Bus.
Christian Whipple, Edmond, Comp.
Paula White, El
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Susan Witt, Edmoni
Theresa Witt, Edmo
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Ahovc: Skydivcrs thrilled the crowd at the
CSU Birthday Party held on "Thatcher
L4-lt: 'Eat 'em up, eat 'em up, rah-rah-rah. A
little CSU fan watches intently as Buddy
Bronchu swallows up a student.
Foluso Adebanjo, Nigeria, Crim. jus.
Samuel Ajayi, Nigeria, Pol. Sci.
Tundc Akinycmi, Nigeria, Finance
Abimbola Alder. Nigeria, MBA
Moliamad jzikiri Aryaee,
Arani Bahman. Iran. Education
Abl1Uit Biswas, India, Business
Lorraine Caddy, Choctaw, MBA
Gregory Cary. Duncan, Psychology
Ming Chen, China, Computer Science
Phillip Chen. China, MBA
Craig Clark, Comanche, Photo. Journ.
Nwaeju Ejiogu, Nigeria, Bus.
Ini Emmah, Nigeria, MBA
Isaiah Etuk, Nigeria, MBA
O. Austin Ezugha, Nigeria, MBA
Richard Filer, MWC, Business
Colleen Garsicle, Utah, Comm.
jr. College Ed.
john Gblah, Liberia, Sociology
jean Grass, OKC, Elem. Ed.
Majorie Grinnell, Fla., Elem. Ed.
Phillip Hanley, OKC, Business
Mohammad Haque, Bangladesh, Bus.
Lisa Henson, MWC, MEd.
jana Hill, Tulsa, Int. Design
Tracy Hill, Harrah, Guidance
Saturday Ikoro, Nigeria, MBA
Gballay Karma, Liberia, MBA
Terri Kizer, Sand Springs,
jengyen Lai, Taiwan, Comp. Sci.
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Ray Griffin unwinds with a little game of pool between
classes in the University Center game room.
Kris Miller, Homecoming queen candidate, and escort
Richie Brown enjoy their special dance.
jackson Landrum, Nowata, Crim.
Phillip Liles, Norman, MBA
Portia Love, OKC, CjCEdfArt
Charlotte Mansfield, Choctaw,
Margaret Melton, OKC, Biology
Nancy Myers, OKC, Psychology
Pauline Moku, Nigeria, MBA
Emmanuel Nwabuba, Nigeria, MBA
Virginia Nwoke, Nigeria, Fd.fNutr.
Innocent Obi, Nigeria, Spec. Ed.
Collette Obichere, Nigeria, Criminal
Ike Odunze, Nigeria, Biology
Paschal Ogbejesi, Nigeria, MBA
Shiro Okazaki, japan, Pol. Sci.
Sampson Omeke, Nigeria, MBA
Isaac Oton, Nigeria, MBA
Benibo Otorubio, Nigeria, MEd.
Bernard Oyaghire, Nigeria, MBA
Panos Panayides, Greece, MBA
Clifford Parrett, OKC, CjCEd.
Timothy Pasquarelli, Florida, Pol. Sci.
Leslie Riberia, Edmond, Comp.
Ollie Robinson-Haskins, OKC, General
Shirley Russ, OKC, Fash. Merch.
Shi Yeu Tarn, Taiwan, MBA
Andrew Tetteh, Liberia, Fin.
Chi Him Tsui, Hong Kong, MBA
Nwabufo Ugochukwu, Nigeria, MBA
Isaac Uko, Nigeria, Pol. Sci.
Tsyr jiang Yang, China, Acctg.
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The Accounting Club of CSU
furthers the students knowledge of the
accounting profession and helps to
bring together students with account-
ing professionals. The Accounting
Club's activities for the year include
a sale of T-shirts, a spring banquet
and monthly meetings.
Guest speaker, Levert Graham, addresses the Accounting Club
on the advantages and disadvantages of a small accounting firm
compared to a large accounting firm.
OFFICERS CL-R Abovel
Dr. Charles Stumbaugh - Spon.
Zoe Haskins - Hist.
Kelli Daviee - Sec.
Levert Graham - Spkr.
Donna Harrington - Pres.
Janet Williams - Treas.
Dennis Talley - V. Pres.
MEMBERS: Burnell Bridges, Timothy Charter,
Karen Crawford, Robert Davis, Jim Denton,
Cathie Gigse, Gina Hanky, Mary Kay Hollings-
worth, Diane johnson, Hope Junigan, Phillip
Fraker, Neil Kallstrom, Terri Rae Lynch, Brita
Long, Dewey McGee, Marvin Miles, Mike
Moore, Kim Olsen, David Poade, Denise
Richardson, Sarah Roe, Rezaur Rahman, Cheryl
Saulsbury, Rhonda Schmidt, Robert Shaft,
Cameron Smith, Rosalyn Spanier, Walt Stam-
mer, Lisa Steanberry, Beverly Sternburg, Toni
Thomas, Diep Tran, jeff Wedel, Charri White,
Becca Whitfield, Carrie Wilson.
PHI BETA LAMBDA
Phi Beta Lambda is a
business organization whose
purpose is to give business
students the vocational com-
petencies for business, office
occupations and business
RIGHT, Seated, L-R: Susie Markes, Shirley
Brinthall, Sandy Gann, Janelle Smith, Shelly
Webb. Standing: Karen Shires, Clint Kerr,
Jerrie Hrdy, Lori Mayor, David Boling, John
Schenberg, Brenda johnson. BELOW, Seated:
Shirley Brinthall, Hist., Jerrie Hrdy, Pres.,
Sandy Gann, V. Pres. Standing: Brenda
johnson, Sec., john Schenberg, Treas., Lori
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The purpose of the College
Republicans shall be to encourage
and assist in the election of
Republican candidates to local,
state and national office and to
formulate programs aimed at involv-
ing college students in the Repub-
lican Party. The club was awarded
the Outstanding CR club in the
ABOVE, Seated, L-R: john Buttry, Helen McNulty, Maurene
Cavnar, joe'McCourry, Melissa Vierheller. Standing: Don Tucker,
Scott Brown, Dr. Tom Guild, Stuart Case, Dean Kiser. LEFT: Dr.
Guild, Dr. Lillard and Sen. Don Nickles pose for a cake-cutting
pic. BELOW: Officers, L-R: joe MeCourry, Pres., Kathy Murphy,
Sec., Scott Brown, V. Pres.
MANAGEME T CLUB
First Row, L-R: Donna Pate, Deborah Smith, Ron Watson, Barbara Boatman, Kim Law, Peter Hayes.
Second Row: Don Jackson, Gary Newby, George Aston, Gary Lemaster, Ugochukuu Einest, Andrea
Strickland. Third Row: Michael Klaene, Marilyn Peck, Kim Girodano, Keith Inskeep, Natalie Vaught,
Fourth Row: Mark Davenport, David Weber, Bruce Pullen, Gregg Nance, Janelle Smith. Fifth Row: Tony
Toscani, Vincent Obiajulu, john Willis, jr., Norman Roper.
The Management Club is an
organization devoted to fellowship,
professionalism and service. It is
composed of future business leaders
dedicated to the study, conduct and
promotion of the principles governing
organized effort in industrial and
economic life. Members are dedicated
to bring together the University and
the business world and improving the
art and science of management.
Mr. Bryan Gibson, guest speaker.
Officers, Seated, L-R: Donna Pate, Kim Law, Deborah Smith. Middle: Ron Watson, George Aston, Marilyn
Peck. Back: Gary Newby, Mark Davenport, Tony Toscani.
The purpose of the Math Club is to
further knowledge in Mathematics and
to make known to the student opportun-
ities 1n the field of mathematics.
Officers, Front, L-R: Tracy Hill, V. Pres., Leslie Ribera, Pres.g
Back: Scotty Griffey, Sec.: Mark Lacy, Treas.: Dr. james Yates,
ABOVE LEFT, Front, L-R: Kim johnson, Mark Lacy, Rick Williams, Back:
Lisa jobe, Tracy Hill, Leslie Ribera, Sharon McAllister. ABOVE: Members
of the Math Club help with children at the Presidents Christmas Party.
LEFT: Math Club participates in the Presidents Childrens Christmas Party,
The Marketing Club is a professional fraternity organized
to promote an interest in the marketing field of business.
The American Marketing Association, as it is known today,
originated on January 1, 1937 with the consolidation of the
American Marketing Society and the National Association of
Marketing Teachers. Membership includes over 30,000
The objectives of the association as stated in the AMA
constitution and by laws are as follows: C15 through
demonstrated competence of our members to lead in the
development, dissemination and implementation of Marketing
concepts, practices and information, 25 as a world leader among
marketing associations to be the focal point for marketing
interests of business, consumers, education, government and
other institutions, 35 to probe and promote the use of marketing
concepts by business, non-profit and other institutions for the
betterment of society, 45 to simulate the marketing principles
so that marketing knowledge and practice are used toward
Marketing Club activities for the year included monthly
meetings, money making projects such as credit card sales, and
a trip to St. Louis, Missouri, to attend the American Marketing
ABOVE, RIGHT: Greg Reber, right, thanks jim
Hammons, a former CSU graduate and representa-
tive of the Domco Company, for speaking to the
Marketing Club. RIGHT, Front, L-R: jim Rogers,
Gan Bhukta, Palmira Campos, Nancy Dodd, Karen
Keller, Anil Balva, Mary Roberts, Mona King, Arvn
Gore, Patrick Courtney. Back: Ken Mosburg, Greg
Reber, Dr. Giles, Pat Moore, Jim Summers, Henry
Boschen, Cleve Dodd, Robert White, Lee Howe,
LEFT: jim Hammons of the Domco Company, speaks to the
Marketing Club. BELOW, Seated: Dr. Howard Clark, sponsor.
Standing, L-R: Leigh Harp, V. Pres., Becky Potts, Sec., Mona King,
Treas., Doris Wise, Rep., Greg Reber, Pres.
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Ebony Gospel Choir provides I
International guidance through
the ministry of song. The choir , . ,
averages two engagements per
OFFICERS: Seated: L-R: Eloise Jackson,
Rita Carney, V. Pres.g Tarita Howard,
Ass't. Sec.3 Sherri Love, Sec. BACK: O.
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LEFT: Cynthia Ladd plays the piano. BELOW: Members Seated L-R: Kerri Davis, Jo Ann Smith, Linda
Samuels, Sherri Love, Sharon Monday, Rita Carney, Jaketa Smith, Veletta Burleigh, Georgi Brooks.
Back: Sheila Seals, Kim Price, O. J. Greenhoward, Dwayne Long, Juan Price, Derrick Platt, Michael
Turner, Terrell Dunnum, Janet Thornton, Tarita Howard.
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-AFRO-AMERICAN STUDE T UNIO -
The Afro-American Student
Union, KAASUJ stresses
academic excellence among
members and promotes a good
public reputation. AASU
unites Black brothers and
sisters of CSU.
UPPER LEFT: Officers: L-R: Brenda Finney, RIGHT: Members: Seated, L-R: Lisa Washington, Alasha Parker Sonja
Treas.g Tonya Haywood, Pres., Paulette Allen, Owens, Tonya Haywood, Paulette Allen, Brenda Finney, Lisa Farmer Sonia
V. Pres. ABOVE: Members Adrian Bland, Eric Lee. Back Row: james Berry, Adriane Bland, Eric Freeman, Anthony Sledge
T Freeman and Lisa Washington listen intently Randy Hunt, David Dinkins.
at a meeting.
BLACK PEER CE TER
Black Peer Center is an office
whose purpose is to develop and
maintain social and scholastic relation-
ships between the Black students on
campus. Activities for the year included
Black Heritage Week and a workshop on
how to study.
Members Cynthia Singer, Tonia Lee, Tonya Haywood and Sonya Owens.
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Tonia Lee, sponsor, discussing Black Heritage Week with Cynthia Singer and Tonya Haywood.
CHI ESE STUDE
The purpose of the Chinese Student
Association is to act as a bridge to
connect their countrymen and their
American friends. The motto is "all
people are brothers helping each other
and sharing the true fullness."
L-R: Cheng Wei Lu, Sheu Victor, Cheng Long Lin, Hsiao Fan Chu, Chang Gin Yee, Bi Sing
Lin, joselina Chang, Chen Pei Jee, Ming Whei Wang.
Some members of the Chinese Student Association spent their summer together.
Ming Zin Lie, Shiu, Ying Chiu Men Hua Tsao Chas
- Ming Liu celebrate Chinese National Day by performing
at the Edmond Library.
The First American's Club is an
organization that helps Indian students
adjust to college life and to work within
the framework of existing rules of CSU
and to promote Indian Heritage.
BELOW: The Head Drum Group performs during the CSU Indian Pow Wow.
RIGHT: A young traditional straight dancer takes a rest from pow wow
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Seated, L-R: Nadell Monarco, Povi Albert, Dee Deltaas, Liana Bates, Judy Birdshead. Standing: Gary Davis, Spencer Todome, Lamont Frazier
Mike Driskill, Willie Curley, chief, james Noley, sponsor.
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LEFT: Former CSU student and Indian Princess, Sanah Scott, displays her traditional costume during the CSU
Pow Wow. ABOVE: Indian Royalty Princesses from across the state dance
to an honor song.
A young Indian war dancer performs during the CSU Indian Pow Wow.
ST DE T,S U IO
The purpose of the Nigerian
Student's Union is to bring unity,
understanding, and cooperation between
Nigerians. On October first members
celebrated Nigerian Independence Day.
RIGHT, L-R: Moses Olorunnisola, Pres., Sampson Omeke, V. Pres., Iyk
Godpower, Sec. Gen., Emmanuel Nwabuba. BELOW: Nigerian
Stuclent's Union members display their cultural clothing for
Members displaying costumes during International
L-R: Iyk Nsiegbe, Lawrence Omehe, Paul Chukwuma, Chinyere Eleonu, Sampson
Omeke, Emmanuel Nwabuba, Ikem Ifechukwu, Moses Olorunnisola, Olabisi Yemi.
President, Moses Olorunnisola.
Pauline Owens, Sponsor Sheryl Kudy, President Sandy Helm, V. Pl'6S1C1Cf1t
Albert J. Abello
Candyce Slack Adams
Buster Owens Alexander
Charity Elizabeth Allen
Nina Porterfield Avery
Belinda Gayle Avey
Patricia Barbara Boyer
Elizabeth Ann Brook
Sandra Carol Bruhwiler
Romana Catherine Burchett
Barbara J. Byrd
Clytee Eugenia Campbell
Debrah Suzanne Campbell
James Edward Carpenter
Jeanne Marie Clure
Julie Catherine Cocklin
Monte Carlo Cook, Jr.
Carol Lynne Cooper
Judith Lynne Cunningham
Debra Lynn Daniel
Alma Sweaton Del Bianco
Sharon S. Dolph
Barbara Jean Duggan
David James Duke
Judith Ann Neil, Dupre
William Alan Elliott
Barbara Rae Fellbaum
Ramona Atteberry Fisher
Timothy E. Foley
Nathan Stewart Forbes
Jane San Antonio Frame
Patrick Jay Frisby
Jerry W. Fulcher
Joanne F. Garrett
Kimberly Ann Glass
Gina Elizabeth Hankey
Charles Ramen Heath
Sandy Lynn Helm
Clyde D. Herrod
James Charles Holder
Tamra Lea Jaqua
Ellen Raye Johnson
Judith Lynn Jones
NATIGNAL I-IO OR SOCIETY
Kimberly Glass, Secretary
Lisa jean Kincade
Icel Dean Kiser
Berneta G. Koehn
Cynthia Brooks Koets
Sheryl Lynn Kudy
June Evelyn Ladd
Janis D. Lambert
Laura J. Larkin
Kendra Caye Lay
Janettia Ann Lisenbee
Linda Darlene Long
Cherri Lee Lowther
Malini M. Madhava
Bernadette Maureen Marinovich
Rilla Rickner Maritt
Sandra A. Martin
Clytee Campbell, Treasurer
Mary Theresa McAnulty
Darlene K. McClelland
Pamela Sue McDaniel
Harold A. McGuffey
Susan Ann Mengel
Calvin Marcus Moore, Sr.
Debra Jai Musser
Gary Duane Myers
Co Hai Nguyen
Sharon Baustert Norris
Paschal Chinedu Ogbejesi
Sampson Williams O. Omeke
Bernard Nwajei Oyaghire
Patricia Gentry Pickerill
Timothy Bruce Pistocco
Rebecca jane Platt
Karen Kay Prvett
Myron E. Randall
Leslie Ann Ribera
Letha Lewis Richey
Lisa G. Riley
Sarah E. Roe
Carolyn K. Rogalsky
Lanita Massey Sage
David Harold Scates
Justin Wayne Selman
Charlotte Ann Severin
Hollie Lynn Shuler
Sarah Lane Simmons
Gerlad W. Smith
Deborah Dee Stearman
- ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
The purpose of Alpha Lambda
Delta is to encourage superior scholastic
achievement among women in their first
year in college. Members also promote
a continued high standard of learning
and assist in recognizing and developing
goals for future roles in society.
Officers, Seated, L-R: Kathie Slutter, Jr. Adv,g
Deborah Smith, Pres.g June Garrett, V. Pres.
Standing: Carol Wingo, Treas.g Donna Lavicky,
Hist.g Dr. Kness, Fac. Adv.g Deanna Land. Z
New members are initiated at the fall meeting.
Members at the fall initiation
KAPPA DELT PI
Kappa Delta Pi is an international
honor society whose purpose is to
encourage high professional, intellectual
and personal standards and to recognize
outstanding contributions to education.
Membership includes qualified students
from the junior year through graduate
ABOVE: Dr. Altaffer presents the Kappa Delta Pi scholarships
to Bernadette Marinovich and Charlotte Severin Buller. BELOW:
Phyllis Jarrett, coordinator-teacher for the State Department of
Education and Lois Evans, assistant superintendent of Moore
Public Schools, spoke at a Kappa Delta Pi meeting.
RIGHT: Lois Evans makes a point to Kappa Delta Pi members during a meeting.
BELOW, Back, L-R: Dr. Earl Newman, Dr, Gladys Dronberger, Dr. Bonny Ford.
Front: Judy jones, Sec.-Treas,, Donna Tate, Pres., Belinda Avey, V. Pres., Dr.
Clara Altagger. BOTTOM: Kappa Delta Pi members.
Officers: Leslie Ribera, Secretary: justin Selman, Presidentg and Eric Schrock, Treasurer
Front Row: Members Sandy Gann, Gina Hankey, Lisa Riley,
Sheryl Kudy, Kendra Lay. Back Row: Amy Hill, Cheri Lowther,
Justin Selman, and Eric McElhaney.
ABOVE AND RIGHT: Mortar Board found a Model A Ford to represent
the homecoming theme of the diamond jubilee.
Mortar Board is a national honor
society for senior men and women. It was
founded for the purpose of promoting
service, scholarship and leadership.
The Bronze Key chapter of Mortar
Board supports itself through the
promotion of calendars. The sponsors are
Dr. Kathleen Black, Dr. Margaret Isaac
and Dr. Michael Shirley.
Officers: Sandy Gann, Vice-Presidentg Justin
Selman, Presidentg and Jody McElhaney, Historian.
Above: Gina Hankey listens intently at a Mortar
B U A R D
I PHI ETA SIGMA -
SEATED, L-R: Paschal Obejesi,
Sam Omeke, Richard Mitchell,
Ike Nsiegbe, Frank Newport.
STANDING: Rick Randall, John V
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Phi Eta Sigma is a national college scholastic honor
society for freshmen men who attain a grade point average
of 3.5 or better. The goal is to encourage and reward high
scholastic attainment among freshmen men on the CSU
Campus. There are approximately 180 chapters throughout
the United States and some 150,000 members nationally and
54 on campus members.
ABOVE, LEFT: Christopher Pinkston listens carefully to Dr. Mitchell
ABOVE: Members listen to Dr, Mitchell make plans for the next meeting
The purpose of the organization is to
create and stimulate an interest among
college students in the fields of speech
and hearing science. Also, to encourage
professional growth by providing learning
experiences not offered in the formal
Suzy Meister - Pres.
Marla Wilson - V. Pres.
Karen Rockhold - Sec.
jeffrey N. Goudreau
Connie Lady - Treas.
Dr. Roy Rowland, spon.
MIDDLE and BOTTOM: Sherri Norton helps a child with speech and language
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Tiaras is a national junior
women's honor society service organ-
ization. Members strive to serve the
university and community and sup-
port the activities in which the
student body participates.
Members: Seated, L-R: Caroline Bradford, Cynthia Sullivan, Kathie Slutter,
Barbara Watson. Back: Linda Copeland, Carolyn White Munholand, Cyndee
Schwab, Carol Osborn, Kenda Kirby, Lynda Cearfoss, Jennie Francis, Debra
Tiaras members at one of their meetings. Left: Seated, L-R: Lynda
Cearfoss, V. Presidentg Linda Copeland, Pres, Back: Kathie Slutter,
I-list., Carol Osborn, Parl.g Jennie Francis, Secg Debra Fisher. Treas.
HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE RELATIONS
High SchoolfCol1ege Relations is
a campus organization designed to
help the new student make an easy
transition to CSU. Meetings are held
every month, and they offer campus
Officers: Seated, L-R: Kelly Gordon, Pres., Tonya Haywood,
Sec.-Treas., Lisa Farmer, Chrmn. Back: Jaxon Landrum, V.
Pres.: Dena Kirby, Spon.
ABOVE: HSCR members discussing plans for the
year. Members, Bottom, L-R: Alasha Parker, Lisa
Queri, Rachel Stanfield, Kelly Gordon. Middle,
Dena Kirby, Tonya Haywood, Lisa Farmer, Sonja
V Owens, Marc Cates. Back: Cathy Canfield, Scott
Carmichael, Bryan Williams, J. W. Landrum, Jr.
The purpose of the University
Center Activities Board CUCABJ is to
sponsor and integrate the social, cultural
and recreational activities of the Univer-
sity Center. The members work with
other organizations to provide a more
purposeful and enjoyable campus life.
Activities for the year included a cow
chip throwing contest, Happy Hour,
Pyramid Building Contest and Family
ABOVE LEFT: A participant in the cow chip throwing contest
displays his technique. ABOVE RIGHT: A few UCAB members show
their pyramid building style. RIGHT: Officers, L-R: David Anderson,
Happy Hour Chrmn., Tracy Evans, V. Pres., Matt Spencer, Spec.
Events Chrmn., Shelley Moody, Pres., Price Oswalt, Const. Chrmn.,
Helen McNulty, Incentives Chrmn., Winston Banta, Homecoming
ABOVE LEFT: Participants in the UCAB
sponsored Family Feud Night prepare to give a
quick response to Don jaegar. ABOVE: A BSU
team member raises hands in sign of victory in
answering a question. LEFT, Top Row, L-R: Della
Henson, Karen Reherman, Colleen Garside, jeff
Suttle, Mark Mumma, Ronnie Woods, Jodi Morris.
Below: David Anderson, Tracy Evans, Matt
Spencer, Shelley Moody, Price Oswalt, Helen
McNulty, Winston Banta.
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Faculty Senate is an important bridge between the
students and faculty of CSU. The Faculty Senate exists
to provide a place where students can speak their
grievances before the grievance board. Senate members
are elected by their departments and work together with
the administration in the development of university
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Parliamentarian, Frances Alsworth
William Hildred Jean Luxemnburg
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Karen Dowd Edward Collins Kenneth Elsner Al McCormick
Jimmie Thrash Joyce Navarre Mark Luetkemeyer
NOT SHOWN: Beverly Cox, Marla Scafe.
ST DE T SENATE
Central State's Student Senate
makes resolutions that govern the
campus and provides activities for the
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first address at the inauguration.
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Past secretary, Mary Kelly, gives the oath of office to newly elected Michael Cooke.
Tim Reese delivers his farewell address at the Student Senate inauguration. Susan Witt, outgoing vice president, makes her farewell address
LPH EPSILO RI-I0
Alpha Epsilon Rho is a campus club
that promotes interaction between the
professional broadcaster and the student
and enhances the intelligence and
awareness of the student in the broadcast
ABOVE: Officers: Tammy Payne, Sec.-
Treas.g Ben Savage, PIO-PR: John Suda,
Alumni Coor.3 Greg Kerr, V. Pres.g Ed
Adams, Pres. RIGHT: Members Rick
McAuliffee, Mark Prater, john Suda, Ed
Adams and Todd Westfall at the Quail
Springs Media Day.
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John Suda receives assistance with the
fortune teller booth at Quail Springs
Mall on Media Day.
MEMBERS: L-R: FIRST ROW: Lynn Phillips, Kim Pruett, Todd Westfall, Kathy Holeman, Darla Hodges,
Tammy Payne. SECOND ROW: Dr. Mike Dunn, Wayne Linsmeyer, Hugh Hale, Rick McAuliffee, Jeanette
McLaughlin, Lester Lanham, Greg Kerr. THIRD ROW: Rick Kirkham, Hal Elliott, Ed Adams, Ben Savage,
Mark Prater, john Suda.
SIGMA DELTA CHI
Sigma Delta Chi is a professional i
journalism organization that strives to
give students the chance to expand their
journalistic abilities and to expose them
to working professionals.
RIGHT, Seated, L-R: Twyla Cowan, Sec.: Cheryl Kudy,
V. Pres. Standing: Robert Taylor, Treas.g Dwayne Long,
Pres. BELOW, Seated: Mary Ann King, Toni Williams,
Tonda Howard, Sheryl Kudy. Middle: Twyla Cowan,
Robert Taylor, Donna Bennett, Tonia Sykes. Back:
james jones, Paul Busch, Dwayne Long.
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The purpose of the Women In
Communications, Inc., CWICIJ, is to
unite students in communication related
fields for the purpose of learning more
about communications through interac-
tion and professional practitioners.
FAR LEFT, Back, L-R: Kathie
Slutter, Jeanette McLaughlin. Second
Row: Tonia Sykes, Tonya Haywood.
Third Row: Melissa Vierheller, Lisa
Farmer. Front: Eva Galipeau. LEFT:
Jenny Fowler, jennifer Hoerth.
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LEFT: Jennie Francis prepares to enjoy a dish of ice cream that WICI
members prepared for Miss CSU contestants. ABOVE: Karen Bentley, Joni
Billinger and Jennie Francis take time to visit after eating ice cream.
Health, Physical Education, Recrea-
tion CHPERJ is a local campus club that
assists student members in developing
professional attitudes and outlooks in the
current trends and potentialities in their
The club had many activities
throughout the year. In October members
participated in the Youth Fitness Forum
and attended the Southern District
Alliance for Health, Physical Education
ABOVE: Officers: Seated L-R, Jeanice Kennedy, Trees.: Shelly Burge, Sec.:
Brenda Frick, Second V. Pres. Standing: Hal Mills, Pres., Gary Acker,
First V. Pres.
BELOW: Members: Seated, lst Row: Hall Mills, Jeanice Kennedy, Shelly
Burge, Gary Acker, Brenda Frick. 2nd Row: Donna Yager, Stephanie
Shipley, Tamara Self, Maryann Seirafipour, Melody English: 3rd Row:
Susan Bracken, Janet Chartney, Annette Gabel, Sheri Becker, Kay Lewis,
Lori Jones, Myrna Cameron, Lauri Doll, Jayne Jones, Debbie Barret, Bill
Brown: 4th Row: Denice Dick, Jenise MacKillican, Carrie Tucker, Sandra
Albert, Kim Brecht, Ann Preston, James Teeman, Brenda Childers, Scott
Luschen, Bob Straderg Sth CTOPJ Row: D. J. Basse, Scott Carmichael,
Jodi McElhaney, Kim Kramer, Lee Miller, Steve Guy, Floyd Collins, Mike
McCurtain, Tom Champlain, Bob Campo.
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participating in a "design your own
mask" contest at a meeting with Dr.
HPER members are getting to know each other with a get
STUDE T NURSE
The purpose of the SNA is to
encourage leadership and professionalism
in the nursing student and to provide
opportunity for increased awareness of
what is happening in the nursing field
RIGHT, jr.-Sr. Officers, L-R, First Row: Elizabeth Curnutt, Cheryl Beard.
SECOND: Shawn Bordine, Barbara Buchanan, Roberta Putnam. THIRD:
Carrie Start, Rhonda Meyers, Connie Cross. FOURTH: Brenda Frymire,
Peter Castellano, Mary Beth Cooper. BELOW, Officers, L-R: Rhonda
Meyers, Treas., Carrie Start, Pres., Mary Beth Cooper, First V, Pres.
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The purpose of the Young
Democrats is to coordinate campus
activities with the State Democratic
jimmy Adsit speaks to the members at an informal
meeting of the Young Democrats.
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Seated, L-R: Mary jo Fitzgibbons, Mary Kelly, Susan Witt. Standing: jimmy Adsit,
Lee Allen, joe McCormick, Mike Powell.
Jimmy Adsit makes a point to members.
Societus Prea Legas is a student
organization that promotes student
professionalism which will help them in
their future roles in the law profession.
Activities for the year included speakers
from the working field of law.
Officers, Back Row, L-R: Mike Powell, Pres., Terry Nix, V. Pres., Simon Okonjo,
Adv., Front Row: Tonia Lee, Melanie Bennett, Adv.
Barry Stafford speaks to the pre-law club. Seated, L-R: joe McCourry, Dana Copeland, Tonia Lee, David Dinkins, Simon Oknojo. Standing: Janice
Williams, Sheri Lowther, Terry Nix, Melanie Bennett, jay Watkins, Morten Virgilius, Mike Powell.
OFFICERS, L-R: Dr. Fred Grosz, Spon., Juan Lopez, B. Pres., Janell jones,
Treas.-Sec.: Glen Brunette, Pres.
The CSU Chemistry Club is
an affiliate of the American
Chemical Society and provides a
unified organization for students
working toward an undergraduate
degree in the chemistry field.
Back Row, L-R: Dr. Terrill Smith, Dr. Fred Grosz, Juan Lopez, Alfred Schiessl, Ray Broussand, Melissa
Watson, janell jones, Jamie Nguyen, Hung Vo. Middle: Carlos Pardo, Jose Domiguez, Glen Brunette,
Moshood Leshi. Front: Co Nguyen, Gurdev Bassan, Ronnie West, Christopher Britto.
SIGMA DELTA PI
ABOVE: A Spanish club member teaching Spanish to children. BELOW
Dancers from a Catholic school give a presentation to the Spanish Club
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The purpose of Sigma Delta Pi is to
honor those who seek and attain excellence
in the study of the Spanish language,
literature and culture of the Spanish
speaking people. Activities for the year
included a Don juan Tenorio Play, bazaar
and Los Amigos meetings held once a
Spanish Club members get together for a covered dish supper.
A Spanish Club member presents a program in Spanish.
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Phi Alpha Theta is an honor
society in history. The primary
purpose is to recognize excellence in
the study of history. Activities for the
year have included a Christmas Party
and the annual Spring Picnic.
Officers, Seated, L-R: Mary Ann Blohowiak, V.
Pres., Mary Pierce, Pres. Back: Eleanor Johansen,
Sec., John Bolerjack, Rep.
Seated, L-R: Mary Ann Blohowiak, Eleanor Johansen, Trish Forsythe, Paulette Shannon Callahan. Back Row: Bill Goodrich, Roger Cummins, John Bolerjack
Woolsey. Middle Row: Sharon Halberg, Mary Pierce, Dr. Kremm, Guy Albright, Dr. Baker.
BACK ROW: L-R: Dana Ivey, Kevin Colwell, Cindy Sloggett, Kenda Kirby, Linda Copeland,
Cunknownj, Cunknownb, Leslie Ribera, Sherri Andrews, Syd Dickson, Dean Kiser, Doris Schiltz.
MIDDLE ROW: Dena Kirby, Susan Lane, Andy Schmidt, Mike Powell, Mary Kelly, Price Oswalt,
Tonya Haywood, Tim Derritt, Eric Freeman, Tim Reece, funknownh, Vicky VanStavern, Kathy
Christiansen. FRONT ROW: Polly Pitezel, Kris Miller, Sheryl Kudy, Susan Witt, John Karis, Kelley
Gordon, Lisa Adams, Lynn Daylor, Moses Olorunnisa, Dean Ryan.
Officers, seated, L-R: Kelli Gordon, Sec., John Karis, Treas., Susan Witt, Pres., Lisa Adams, V. Pres. BACK
ROW: Dean Ryan, Dena Kirby.
The Presidents Club is an
organization that involves all pres-
idents of recognized clubs on the
campus. The main goal is to encourage
communication between the student
Susan Witt discusses upcoming events.
OMEN ST DENTS
Seated, L-R: Michelle Merhib, Ann Underwood, Kris Miller, Phyllis Watson. Standing: Jetta
Greeson, Lisa Moore, Della Henson, Sherri Andrews, Cyndie Schwab, Renee Brown, Wendy
Winn, Tarita Howard, Paula White, Dean Land.
LEFT: Michelle Merhib and escort John Oglesby at the
Homecoming Dance. ABOVE: The Freshmen Queen's
Court enjoy activities during the crowning.
The purpose of the AWS is to act
as a coordinating body of all women's
organizations in setting the standards
for living and working together on
campus and to aim for strong student
government and a mutual understand-
ing between administration and
students. Activities for the year have
included participating in the President's
Christmas and Easter Egg parties for
children and sponsoring the Queen of
Hearts and Freshmen Queen Dances.
LEFT: AWS president, Kris Miller, prepares to make
the announcement of the queen, during the Queen of
Hearts Dance. BELOW: Kris Miller, Pres.: Ann
Underwood, V. Pres,g Michelle Merhib, Sec.g Phyllis
The purpose of the Residence Hall
Association, CRHAJ, is to improve
residence hall communication, initiate
programming, to uphold and recom-
mend residence policies. Activities for
the year included an outdoor dance,
Christmas Dinner and guest speakers.
The club was named as one of the top
10 most-improved Residence Halls in
TOP, Officers, L-R: Pat Berglund, Sec.-Treas., Kenda Kirby, Pres., Brian
Morrow, V. Pres. LEFT: Members of the Kaleidoscope Dancers receive a
trophy for second place in the RHA sponsored Family Feud. ABOVE: Don
jaegar asks questions to the BSU team.
ABOVE: RHA Council, Front, L-R3 Merle Rodgers,
Melanie Dennett, Susan Stangl, Barry Gabbert,
Cindy Sloggett, Sonja Moore. Second row: Sam
Hedrick, Caroline Bradford, Phylis Watson, Kevin
Rushing, joe Scott, Don jaegar. Third row: Luisa
Trevino, Brian Morrow, Kenda Kirby, Pat
Berglund. LEFT: Don Jaegar asks a TKE team
member for a good answer.
RESIDENCE HALL ASSISTANTS
East Hall is one of the men's
dormitories on campus which promotes
organizational unity among the res-
idents. Activities for the year included ttt
a pizza party with West Hall, a ping
pong and backgammon tournaments.
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Mike Kerkhoff, Craig Dawkins, Scott Carmichael,
Jimmy Overall. Back: Scott Gerald, Billy Johnson,
Kent Depe, Tom Morris. BELOW: Resident
Tommy Jones paints a figure of Buddy Broncho on
a window of East Hall.
LEFT: East Hall entrance displays the spirit of
Oklahoma during homecoming activities.
BELOW: Residents of East Hall get into the spirit
of homecoming activities with their float.
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West Hall Council strives to
make living in the residence hall
fun, with lots of activities. West
Hall had a Trick or Treat night
and a pizza party at the first of
West Hall Officers: L-R: Cindy Sloggett, Pres.g Tara Jeanguneat, V. Pres.,
Luisa Trevino, Treas.g Lora White, Sec.
Members: Seated, L-R: june Homesley, Cindy Sloggett, janet Williams. Back: Debra Fisher, Sonya
Moore, Luisa Trevino, Tara Jeanguneat, Lora White, Sonja Owens, Tonya Haywood, Joy Lynn
West Hall residents gather in the TV room for a game of cards
Residents of West Hall have fun just "showing off."
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that promotes the welfare, scholastic I I
standing and social fellowship of the i n , l
residents. Murdaugh had an active year ll it
which included a Halloween and X
Christmas party and the president's 1 I'
Easter Egg Hunt.
RIGHT: Officers, L-R: Tina jo Hutchins, Treas.,
Donna Lavicky, Sec., Phyllis Watson, V. Pres.,
Juanita Hillburn, Pres.
BELOW: Three Murdaugh residents gather up
treats during the Halloween party.
LEFT: Residents of Murdaugh get the chance to
meet new neighbors during the annual Halloween
party. MIDDLE: Seated, L-R: Donna Lavicky,
Juanita Hillburn, Angela Watson, Tina Hutchins.
Standing: Gina Spain, Lynn Weathers, Sue
Robinson, Melanie Dennett, Margo Wright,
Narcie Farrell, Caroline Bradford, Shanon Poole,
Tarita Howard, Susan Stangl.
BOTTOM: Murdaugh residents show off their
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The Student Home Economics
Association CSHEAJ is affiliated with
the Oklahoma Home Economics Associa-
tion. The club had several activities
which included an ice cream social, candy
making and flower demonstrations.
RIGHT: Officers, Seated: Syd Dickson, Pres. BACK,
L-R: Donna Wiginton, Treas., Iva Slaughter, Sec.,
Karen Smith, V. Pres., Rebecca Parish, Parl.
ABOVE: Karen Smith assists with the program at the Christmas
meeting. RIGHT: Syd Dickson and Brenda McCord arrange articles in
the display case SHEA members presented to the Home Economics
F OUN ATIO
The purpose of the Wesley Founda-
tion is to provide religious affiliation for
the college student through fellowship
and learning experiences. Activities
include "Upbeat," a fellowship time and
"Focus," featuring Bible study.
Sponsor, Billy Hamilton, visits with Morten
Vigilius and Phoebe Muckelrath.
ABOVE, Seated, L-R: Phoebe Muckelrath, Pam Roulston, Sherri
Baumgarner, jill Wilson, Lora White, Jackie First, Scott Nobles.
STANDING: Morten Vigilius, James Sharkey, Todd Bridges,
Billy Hamilton, Laurie Hamilton, Rosemary Blanchards.
RIGHT, Officers, L-R: Pam Roulson, Pres., james Sharkey,
Missions, Rosemary Blanchards, Treas., Scott Nobles, Pub.,
Sherri Baumgarner, Dev.
BAPTIST ST DE UNIO
The BSU is an organization of
Christian students who provide op-
portunity for worship, prayer, Bible
study, fellowship and mission invol-
vement to the students of Central State.
RIGHT and BELOW RIGHT: Preacher Charles Lillard, giving
wedding vows under "harsh" conditions, to John and Sherry
Reimer. john Kern is making sure things get taken care of the
right way. This was a ceremony informing couples on wedding vows
during couples night at the BSU.
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Sherry Caster, Charles Lillard. BELOW,
L-R, Row l: Charles Lillard, Sherry Caster,
B. D. Kennedy, Darrin Landes, LaDonna
Roberts. Row 2: Twyla Cowan, Delma
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Garrison, Joretta Franks. Row 4: Donna
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at noon day gathering.
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al youth ministry sponsored by the
Assemblies of God. The purpose is to
provide a source of Christian fellowship
on the campus of Central State through
worship, fellowship, discipleship and
Chi Alpha officers at note burning.
Chi Alpha Officers, L-R: Hist., Valerie jamersong Treas., Lisa Bogherg Sec., Kim Glassg V. Pres., Kathy Hoeltingg Pres., Kevin Colwell
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Gamma Delta wishing well. FAR RIGHT: It was party time for Rie
Gerah and Lauren Allen during the semi-formal party. LOWER
LEFT: Tammy Peters, Teresa Williams, Kim Davis and Jennifer
Fowler turn the tables on the photographer during rush week.
LOWER RIGHT: Pledges celebrate at their semi-formal. BOTTOM:
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority gathers during Bid House Day.
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Members of AKA, seated: Larita K. Blandon, Pres., Glory Herring, Recording Sec., Valerie
Harte, Corresponding Sec., and Dean of Pledges. Standing: Lae Charmayne Blandon, Treas.,
Gloria Currie, Vice-Pres., Patricia Neal, Asst. Dean of Pledges. Not shown, Sharon Hill.
The AKA Pledges, better known as the lvies: Gloria Pointer, Gina Bonner, Gloria Bowen and
AKA members Terri Bush and Larita Mallory, right, show three rushees the AKA table, including a picture
of chapter members with Gov. George Nigh.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.,
was founded to cultivate and encourage
high scholastic and ethical standards. To
promote unity and friendship among
college women and to maintain a
progressive interest in college life and
also of AKA. They show their interest in
the community by studying and helping
to alleviate problems among women and
girls and to be of service to all mankind.
Activities of the Beta Beta chapter
for this year included a Christmas party
and a birthday party, both at the Jeltz
Center CSenior Citizens Homej.
AKA also won first place in the Eta
Phi Beta Cprofessional business organiza-
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Rushees glance at AKA scrapbook at spring semester rush party, Chapter Fourldlngi March 1963.
AKA was the first Black Greek
Scholarship and community ser-
vice are two of the main interests of
Delta Sigma Theta. Members demon-
strate a vital concern for social welfare,
academic excellence and cultural
enrichment, without emphasizing the
social side of sorority life.
This year the CSU chapter has
participated in College Knowledge,
Halloween and Christmas parties for
Underprivileged Children, Founders
Day and Shake It Well for Sickel Cell.
Two members were selected for
Whois Who and Debra Fisher was
named outstanding Black Female.
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OTHER PAGE, TOP: Sir Debonaire 1983 contestants pose with
their escorts: Dorothy Debies and William Finley, Vanessa
Solomon and Charles Littleton, Yolanda Wisby and Adrian Bland.
LEFT: Delta Pyramids: Brenda Brown, Cassandra Williams and
Yolanda Wisby. RIGHT: Sharon Monday discusses officer business
with jaketa Smith and Debra Fisher. BOTTOM: Spirited Deltas
show their pride. THIS PAGE, TOP: Women of Delta Sigma Theta.
Seated: jaketa Smith, treas.g Sharon K. Monday, Pres.: Debra L.
Fisher, 1st vice-pres.g Standing, Cassandra Williams, Yolanda
Wisby, Dorothy Debies, Paulette Allen, Clarice R. Johnson, Tonia
R. Lee. fNot pictured: Brenda Brown, Vanessa Solomon, 2nd
vice-pres.: Janet Thornton, Hist.fReporterg Debra Torrentine,
Sec.J. LEFT: Vanessa Solomon escorts Charles Littleton, Sir
Debonaire 1983. ABOVE: Rushees at a Delta Sigma Theta Rush
party perform stomp show for members.
Delta Sigma Theta Trivia
Colors: Crimson and Cream
National Founding: jan. 13, 1913, Howard
Chapter Founding: Spring 1972
Famous Alumnae: Shirley Chisholm, Nikki
Giovanni, Mary Church Terrell,
In Loving Memory of Karen Monica Russell
COctober 18, 1960 - May 6, 19825
You were a woman of vision
who dared to dream and then
make your dream a reality.
Your life and your work are
a continuing source of inspiration
to all of us.
Beautiful in persong beautiful in spirit,
you are loved and remembered by all
Sorors of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Iota Omicron Chapter.
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show the closeness of real sisters at the Delta Zeta
semi-formal, called "Rerun" as a sorority tradition.
ABOVE: Sherry Spencer and Lynda Cearfoss pose with
HMS. PacMan" at the Sigma Tau Gamma homecoming
"To build up the character and
cultivate the trust and deepest friendship
among its members," is the purpose of
Delta Zeta Sorority. Add to this the
encouragement of high standards, morali-
ty and scholarship along with love and
individuality and you have what Delta
Zeta is about.
Memorable events from the past
year include honors to several members.
Lori Holman was selected Outstanding
Freshman Woman, Ipek Ucucu was
named Outstanding Upperclass Woman.
Kelli Beemer was voted Freshman Queen
and Karen jeannont is the 1982-83
Calendar Girl. Other members are listed
in Who's Who and the Dean's and
President's Honor Rolls.
This summer the Epsilon Upsilon
chapter sponsored a Delta Zeta Leader-
ship Conference. Delta Zeta's National
President as well as Vice-Presidents for
Membership and Collegiate Affairs
spoke. This spring the chapter helped the
Edmond Alumnae Chapter host the
annual Province State Day. At the end
of October the chapter worked with the
Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at t'Night-
mare", the world's largest Haunted
Cheryl Kimbrough and Gail Scoonover at this year's Rerun party.
Delta Zeta seniors gather around the crest on Bid House Day. They are Cstandingl, Michelle Lewis, Kris
Miller, Polly Pitezel and Lynda Cearfoss. Seated are Wendy Winn, Sheryl Kudy and Amy Crocker.
sisters Kathi Bray and Cheryl
Kimbrough show their "pearly whites."
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ABOVE: Joni Billinger and Nancy Grigsba model their Hawaiian attire, complete with umbrellas, on Theme Night during
Rush. RIGHT: Welcoming Rushees to the Delta Zeta Luau on Theme Night are Sheryl Kudy and Kris Miller. BELOW:
Karen Jeannont frightj and Debbie Beemer look and listen as Lori Holman ileftl and Wendy Winn try to solve a problem.
Delta Zeta Trivia:
Colors: Rose and Green
Flower: Killarney Rose
National Founding: Oct. 24, 1902
Miami Univ., Oxford, Ohio.
Chapter Founding: Aug. 21, 1956
Cfrom merge with Delta Sigma
Famous Alumnae: Marsha Wallac
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"celebrate good times" at the Champagne Gala. RIGHT: 1
Sisterly love shows on the smiling faces of Shelly Nowlin and
Sigma Gamma Rho is the latest
national sorority to come to the CSU
campus. Faculty sponsors are Dr.
Doreathea Gaffney and Emily Ximinez.
The Rhomeo Club is a male interest
group for the sorority. The Gammette
Club is for women interested in being
part of Sigma Gamma Rho, but they are
not necessarily pledges.
Leadership, service and the elimina-
tion of all prejudices for the people of
America are some of the aims of the
sorority. To this end, the members
participate in community service, leader-
ship training and education of the youth.
A Coming Out Fjarty introducing the
members, Gammettes and Rhomeos, the
fall fashion show, Project Reassurance
Founders Week and participation in the
Homecoming Parade kept Sigma Gamma
Rho busy this year. Iva Slaughter was
presented with the Annie Neville Talent
Sigma Gamma Rho members, Gammettes and Rhomeos gather for a group picture. Back row: Rhomeos
Craig Jones, Record: O. J. Greenhoward, Pres.g Hosea Robinsong Barry McClellon, Garfield Doakes,
Vice-Pres., and jimmy Overall. Middle row: Member Tarita Howard, Tamiachusg Gammettes Shelia Seals,
Vice-Pres.g Teresa A. Celestine, Pres.g Anita jones, Sec.g and sponsor Emily Ximinez. On the floor: Members
Paula White, Basileusg Linda Samules, Epistoleusg and Iva Slaughter, Anti-Basileus.
ABOVE: Sigma Gamma Rho members prepare their entry in
the Homecoming Parade. RIGHT: Shelia Seals and O. J.
Greenhoward pose in front of the completed entry.
"Ribbon In the Sky" was the theme of
the fashion show sponsored by Sigma
Gamma Rho. Iva Slaughter, left, and
Toya Thomas, below, were two of the
models on the runway in the University
Sigma Gamma Rho Trivia
Colors: Gold and Blue
Flower: Tea Rose
National Founding: Nov. 12,
1922, Butler Univ., Indian-
Chapter Founding: Still coloniz-
Famous Alumnae: Sharon
ABOVE: Iva Slaughter and Gayle Overall create a
pizza from the menu at the Pizza Hut. RIGHT:
Waiting for their sisters outside are Linda Samules,
Gayle Overall, Iva Slaughter, Paula White and
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Colors: Maroon and
National Founding: Novem-
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Chapter Founding: August
Famous Alumnae: Margaret
Chase Smith, first woman
LEFT Sigma Kappa put on their dancing shoes and won lst place
in the Bronze and Blue last spring. BELOW LEFT: The seniors
in the sorority gather for one last group picture. BELOW: Tracie
Taylor Susan Witt, and Donna Davis are all smiles on Bid Day
FAR LEFT: Leigh Ann jeffcoat and Tracy
"Groucho" Cooper party with Alpha Tau Omega on
homecoming. CENTER MIDDLE: The Sig Kaps
invade the ATO's "Tradewinds" party, ABOVE:
Karen Miller, LaDonna Horinek, Tracie Taylor,
and Allison Watson form a train on the slide a Bid
Day picnic. BOTTOM LEFT: Big Sis Bonnie
Crittenden and Lil Sis Tami Fischer get together
for a picture at Bid Day picnic. LEFT: Sig Kaps
go cowboy for their annual Hayridefwestern party
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Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority strive for service, scholarship, sisterhood and
finer womanhood. Activities for the sisters include Founder's Day and Finer
BELOW: Brenda Finney, Sherry Love, Deborah Armstrong, Renea Brown, Carla Releford, Patricia Monday,
Cynthia Singer, and Evangelia Dowdy.
Top row: Carla Releford, pres.: Brenda Finney, lst vice-pres., Deborah
Armstrong, 2nd vice-pres.: Cynthia Singer, sec.: Patricia Monday, Zeta Phi Beta members prepare for the Casanova initiation.
treas.: Renea Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Zeta Phi Beta Trivia
Colors: Blue and White
Flower: White Rose
National Founding: jan. 16, 1920.
Howard Univ., Washington D.C.
Chapter Founding: Feb. 13, 1960
Famous Alumnae, Ester Rolle. Dion
Warwick and Natalie Cole,
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Dowdy, Brenda Finney, Patricia Monday, Sherry Love, Deborah Armstrong,
Cynthia Singer, and Carla Releford.
ABOVE: Carla Releford performs at a Zeta Phi
Beta dance. RIGHT: Kathy Williams serves
punch to Brenda Finney at the Sigma Smoker.
BELOW: The Sigmas and Zetas show off their
Sweetheart and Casanova on their Homecoming
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Front, Tracey McCauley, Sherry An-
drews, Cynthia Sullivang Back: Stacey
Magid, Nancy Grigsba, Michelle Merhib.
Panhellenic is the governing body
for all of the DPC sororities on the
CSU campus and is made up of three
members from each sorority. The
purpose of Panhellenic is to promote
good relations among the sororities.
Panhellenic sponsors Rush Week and
helps with Greek Week.
jr. Panhellenic, Front, Seated: Eve Spearman, Tracey McCauley, LaDonna Horinek. Standing: Kelli
Beemer, Kristi Salsberry, Sabrina Odom.
Delegates: Seated, L-R: Tracey McCauley, Sherry Andrews, Cynthia Sullivan,
Back: Tami Fischer, Stacy Magid, Lori Holman, Nancy Grigsba, Lori Crawford,
Council: Seated, L-R: Dean Land, Tracey McCauley, Sherry Andrews, Cynthia
Sullivan. Standing: LaDonna Horinek, Tami Fischer, Kelli Beemer, Nancy
Grigsba, Lori Holman, Lori Crawford, Stacy Magid, Kristi Salsberry, Michelle
Merhib, Eve Spearman.
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RIGHT: David Rolle merges the victor in the Greek Division of
intramural wrestling. The ATO's were the intramural champs int
every sport but swimming. BELOW: ATO's practice their mud
wrestling skills in front of their house.
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TOP LEFT: Spring President David Nicholson works his
opponent for a pin. TOP RIGHT: Patty Gaskins, David
Butler, Scott Stewart, and GiGi Ragland. ABOVE: Members
form a pyramid at the "Tradewinds" party. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Tom Schula, Brian Murchian, Tim Hoagland, Randy
Titony, and Steve Alton at the White Rose formal. RIGHT:
Craig Smith thinks a dream has come true as he holds ATO
lil' sis, Terry Russell.
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Alpha Tau Omega Trivia
Colors: Royal Blue and White
Flower: White Tea Rose
jewel: Star of the Cross
Auxiliary: Little Sisters of the
National Founding: September
11, 1865, Virginia Military
Chapter Founding: May 5, 1962
Famous Alumnae: Bob Hope,
Walter Cronkite, Richard
Nixon, Willie Nelson, Gary
Marshall, television producer,
David Butz of the Washing-
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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.,
was founded on December 4, 1906, at
Cornell University in Ithaca, New York
establishing the first Black Greek
letter Fraternity. The fraternity is
concerned with stimulating the ambi-
tion of its members to prepare them for
the greatest usefulness in the courses
of humanity, freedom, and dignity of
the individual, to encourage the highest
and noblest form of manhood, and to
aid downtrodden humanity in its
efforts to achieve higher social,
economic, and intellectual status.
The Central State chapter is
named by the Greek letters Zeta
Sigma. The chapter was founded in
1969 and can be recognized by the
colors old gold and black.
TOP Kneeling: Terrence Mitchell, Wilbert Wright, and Jerry Robinson.
Standing: Tony Akins, Dwight Overstreet, Steve Carpenter, Randy Hunt,
Robert Henderson, Derrek Lewis, Keith Biglow, and Bruce Rayes. Not Shown:
Darryl Thurman, Dewayne Long, Ivan Kim Johnson, Earl jackson, Warner
White, Kent Jefferson, Wendell Fields, Roderick Birdine, Delmon Porter,
Gerwayne Fitzpatrick, Stanley P. Agers. Above: First row: Bruce Rayes,
Treasurer, Jerry Robinson, President, Tony Akins, V. Pres. and Dean-of-Pledges.
Second row: Dwight Overstreet, Parliamentariang Robert Henderson, Angel
Coordinatorg Wilbert Wright, Chaplaing Randy Hunt, Secretary. Not Shown:
Terrence Mitchell, Historian.
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Demons, Loutasha Viney, President, and Beverly
Johnson, V. President. Not Shown: Kaye Hill,
Sec.-Treas. ABOVE: Qsittingl Debbie Harris,
Loutasha Viney, Deborah Dean, Beverly johnson
Back: Janice Williams and Sherry Thompson.
The purpose of the Angel auxiliary
is to promote the brothers of Alpha Phi
Alpha in all endeavors. Angels display
the qualities of charm, beauty, and
intelligence, while simultaneously project-
ing the pride of Black Womanhood.
The Angel concept was started at
CSU in 1974 and has since seen over 200
members. Angels not shown in group
picture are Kaye Hill, Lisa johnson,
Leslie Williams, Yvette Sulcer, and
TOP: Brothers Terrence Mitchell and Wilbert
Wright enjoy homecoming activities during the
parade. MIDDLE: The Brothers and Angels of
the Zeta Sigma chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha.
BOTTOM: Angel Janice Williams throws candy
to children as Angels Sherry Thompson and
Kaye Hill wave at the people gathered to view
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"Bum Party" in February. ABOVE: The men of Sigma Tau Gamma proudly pose
with their intramural trophies.
Sigma Tau Gamma Trivia
Colors: Columbia Blue and
Flower: White Rose
Auxiliary: Sweethearts of Sigma
Mascot: "Sig", a Golden Re-
National Founding: June 28,
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Famous Alumnae: Stan Musial sql
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TOP LEFT: The Sig Tau's party it up at their annual formal, White Rose. TOP
RIGHT: Dale Bogle and Ted Green help jeff Cooper celebrate his birthday in
musketeer costumes. MIDDLE LEFT: Tom Trammel from the Board of Directors
speaks at the White Rose. MIDDLE RIGHT: Several Sig Tau's act out their
"suppressed desires" at the theme party. ABOVE: Brad McHam makes a dash
past an ATO during an intramural football game. RIGHT: Debbie Beemer teaches
Darren Thompson a lesson at the Homecoming party.
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TOP LEFT: Sig Tau men gather with their Sigma Kappa
dates to the Violet Ball. TOP MIDDLE: Sig Tau
Sweethearts blow kisses to their favorite guys. TOP
RIGHT: The Sweethearts of Sigma Tau Gamma. LEFT:
Carolyn Lindsey was chosen as the 1982 Sigma Tau
Gamma National White Rose.
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Members of Kappa Alpha Psi: Adrian Bland, Anthony Sledge, Darryl Troupe, James Mosley, Erick Freeman, Kevin
Gilliam, Kent Myers and Steve Austin.
The founders of Kappa Alpha Psi
sought a formula that would immediately
raise the sights of black collegians and
stimulate them to accomplishments ww'
higher than they might have imagined.
Fashioning achievement as its
purpose, Kappa Alpha Psi began uniting
college men of culture, patriotism, and
honor in a bond of fraternity.
The Epsilon Gamma chapter is the
sponsor of a S1000 student Revolving
Loan Fund that is offered campus wide.
This year's three members were
named to Who's Who. They also started
the Kappa Sweetheart Auxiliary.
Fall '82 Scrollers: james Rowe, Kevin Gilliam, Roderick Mayes, and Phillip
RIGHT: Kappas sit on the stairs in the University Center to model their shirts
and jackets. BELOW: Kappa Alpha Psi officers: james Mosley, Keeper of
Records, Adrian Bland, Vice-Polemarchg Erick Freeman, Polemarchg Darryl
Troupe, Dean of Pledges. BELOW LEFT: Kappa Sweethearts gather for a group
picture at a football game. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kappa Sweethearts, back row,
Freda Harris, Lori Harris, Cynthia Ishem. Front row: Gail Bonner and Donna
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Colors: Crimson and Cream
National Founding: Jan. 5, 1911,
Chapter Founding: Jan. 23, 1963
Famous Alumni: Mayor Tom Bradley,
Arthur Ashe, Gayle Sayers.
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From Colorado to Padre sland!
TOP: jay Hatcher, James Engel, Rodney Armstrong, Russell Riecken
and Gary jones ski during their spring break at Crested Butte, Colorado
ABOVE: Linda Hugg and Cris Cougill, Stardusters, catch some rays
at Padre. RIGHT: The Kappa Sigs are en route to South Padre Island
in Texas for a vacation.
LEFT: Greg Allen demonstrates a new way to catch a frisbee. BELOW:
Rodney Armstrong and Rod Wilburn clown around on the porch of the
fraternity house. BOTTOM: Front Row: Neil Eddins, David Farris, Greg
Allen, Cliff Bowman, and Rod Wilburn. Back Row: Rick Dugger, Mike Wary,
Scott Schnetzler, Marty Hill, Jeff Schmidt, and Kevin Murphy.
Kappa Sigma Trivia
Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White
Flower: Lily of the Valley
jewels: Rubies, Pearls, and Emeralds
National Founding: October 10, 1869,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
Chapter Founding: December 10, 1969
Famous Alumnae: Robert Redford, jimmy
Buffet, Richard Crenna, Steve Owens,
astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Burt Jones,
Robert Dole, United States Vice-
The chief aim. of the Kappa Sigma
Fraternity is to work towards the develop-
ment of a combination of real friendship and
loyalty. Selection of men of character is most
men have the
hood in Kappa
only such men can be
ever achieve greatness. These
capacity to practice brother-
Sigma. Kappa Sigma helps its
men grow physically, socially, and spiritually,
and it prepares them for leadership roles
while on the university campus as well as in
Their activities included four major
annual parties and several rush parties and
exchanges with the sororities. The major
parties are Homecoming, Christmas, Scarlet
Ball, and the Kamanawanalea Luau.
Rush parties were held to attract more
membership. Themes were a MASH Bash,
Hat Party, Rolling Stone, and Woodstock
They had a punk rock exchange with
Sigma Kappa and went to the park in
Halloween costumes with Delta Zeta.
Kappa Sigma is 36 members-strong this
year initiating 10 after first semester. They
held a slave sale at the first of March as a
fundraiser. The Chapter Sweetheart was
TOP: The Kappa Sig football team celebrates its '2nd place
ranking in the All-school intramural competition. ABOVE: Some
fraternity members gear up for the Scarlet Ball at the pre-party
at the house.
Grand Master ..... ..... ..... R o dney Armstrong
Grand Procurator ...... .......... S cottie Griffey
Grand Treasurer ................... . .... David Farris
Grand Master of Ceremonies
Grand Scribe .............. .... G reg Allen
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Tim Reid, President
Shawn Greenfield, Vice-President
Matt Spencer, Chaplain
Paul Collins, Secretary
Tom Moxley, III, Treasurer
Mike Cooke, Historian
Martin Douglas, Sgt. at Arms
Mark Wood, Fraternity Educator
Chuck Webb, Chapter Advisor
Dr. William Parker, Faculty Advisor
Dr. Coleman Smith, Faculty Advisor
1 1 jamie McCrosky
Susan Witt, Sweetheart
jim Dunn, Faculty Advisor
Tau Kappa Epsilon
"Not for wealth, rank or honor, but for personal
worth and character," exemplifies the spirit of the Epsilon
Sigma chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon International
Fraternity. The ideals of true brotherhood and love are
instilled in every member and in its little sister auxiliary,
The Daughters of Diana.
Highlights from the past year include the annual Red
Carnation Ball fR.C.B.J, held at the Skirvin Plaza. Tim
Reece was named top Teke, and Susan Witt, Chapter
Sweetheart. Hansel Stack is the Delta Zeta Dream Man.
TKE won the CSU Blood Drive Award and were named
one of three "Most Improved Chapters" worldwide this
summer. The Epsilon Sigma Chapter is the Big Brother
Chapter for the TKE Colony at Cameron University.
TOP: Associate Members fclockwisej Jamey
McCroskey, jeff Suttle, Paul Collins, Lee Allen and
Richi Brown implant the TKE Flag at a CSU
football game. ABOVE: Derek Haney and Big
Brother, Wayne Linsenmeyer pose after initiation.
RIGHT: The 1982 TKE Sweetheart, Susan Witt
and TKE little sister, 1982 Miss CSU, Jeannette
Webster frightj are escorted in the Homecoming
parade by David Sizemore and chauffeured by
Colors: Cherry and Gray
Flower: Red Carnation
Jewel: White Pearl
National Founding: Jan. 10, 1899,
Illinois Weslian Univ., Bloomington,
Chapter Founding: Dec. 17, 1955
Famous Alumni: Ronald Reagan, Elvis
Presley, Terry Bradshaw, Arthur
Ferrante and Louis Teicher CCSUJ.
TOP: Several Tekes pose after the final night of working the 1982 "Nightmare,"
the world's largest haunted house. ABOVE: The Tekes support CSU at the
1982 Homecoming game. Having the TKE bell, "Diana" at every home football
game is a 27-year tradition for Tau Kappa Epsilon. RIGHT: Steve Avery leads
the way for Tim Reid in a TKE football scrimmage.
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Sherri Love waves the Phi Beta Sigma banner at a CSU home football game.
"Culture for service and service for humanity" is the motto
for Phi Beta Sigma Social Fraternity. Members strive for
academic achievement and community involvement.
Nationally, Phi Beta Sigma celebrated its 68th birthday
The Lambda Pi chapter here at CSU won third place in
the Homecoming Float contest.
Phi Beta Sigma Trivia
Colors: Blue and White
Flower: White Carnation
National Founding: Jan. 9, 1914, Howard University,
Chapter Founding: Spring 1979
Famous Alumni: Renaldo Nemiah, Willis Reed, Maurice and
Verdine White, Billy D. Williams, Ralph Sampson, Tony
Dorsette and Walter Payton.
TOP and RIGHT: Phi Beta Sigma treats
a group of boys from Big BrothersfBig
Sisters to Happy meals at McDonalds
during Homecoming. ABOVE: Mike
Smith, vice-pres., at a home Broncho
Sigma Doves. Front row: Cynthia Ellis, Melody
Wadkins, Kim Martin, Cathy Williams, Alasha
Parker. Back row: Michelle Thomas, Patricia Colby,
Cynde Tease, Tiffiney McCleary, Kim Price, Cynthia
Fife, Lana Griffin, Lelei Sutton, Carla Releford.
Crescent Club CP1edgesJ: Front row: Cordell Lewis,
Darrin james, Antonio Richardson. Back row: Darrell
Franklin, Freddie Kirkwood, Kurt Foster, Brent
Alford, Rico Caldwell. Not pictured, Michael Cantley.
Brothers From OU and CSU perform precision
Phi Beta Sigma Sweetheart and Zeta Phi Beta Cassanova
David Sherman and Carla Releford
Front Row: Howard Miller, Tom Jones, Gus Samra, Darren Thompson, Jeff Schmidt, Danny Trosper. Second in ,KW 5
Row: Mike Grilley, John Swabb, Dwight Overstreet, Richard Reherman, David Farris, Tim Reid, Randy
Cannon, Dr. Dudley Ryan, Dr. Bill Lillard. Back Row: jerry Smith, James Lambert, Tim Reese, Ronnie
Woods. V A T
TOP RIGHT: President Tim Reese conducts a meeting. LEFT:
Gus Samra acting as representative for Sigma Tau Gamma, fills
out a form in a meeting. ABOVE: Jeff Schmidt, secretaryg Tim
Reese, presidentg Danny Trosper, sports coordinator: Dwight
The interfraternity council consists of
seven fraternities on campus and provides a
fraternity government, intramural sports
program, and academic incentive.
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year the music department did the
presentation of 1100 In The Shade, based
on The Rainmakers by N. Richard Nash.
This broadway musical was directed
by Robert Aubrey and assistant Kathy
Brod. The cast was chosen from open
auditions for the two and a half hour
H. C. Curry
Above: What could be better than a country picnic for Teresa Parks and Karen
Pipkins who played Martha Jensen and Mrs. Curtis.
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like Jimmy Curry CTom Bellj have all the charm. Center: What the heck
is it? Don Sears and Tom Bell portrayed members of the Curry clan in
the production of 110. Upper right: After the picnic Bill Starbuck CNoah
Spivab entertained with a song. Above: It was worth taking his hat off
to. Noah Spiva captured the lead of Bill Starbuck.
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BELOW: Lanny Lee and Kelly Morris discuss the future of their marriage, FACING PAGE:
Scott Gordon surprises Kelly Morris as she prepares dinner.
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consequences of the affair.
RIGHT: Dr. Roger Strong directs the orchestra.
BELOW: Barbara James and Becky Weaver join in
with the violin section. i
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1ST VIOLINS: Kay jenkins, Steve Story, Anne Guevara, Barbara James, Jean Sanford, Ann Strong, Deborah Townsend, Becky Weaver, 2ND VIOLINS: Chris
Pinkston, Kelly Gregg, Russell Gillian, Cyndy Price, Lisa Sargent, Paula Shoemake, Helen Smith, David Wong, Charlene Copley, VIOLAS: Robert Taylor, Lisa
Bonner, Ann Blaess, Greg Harawayg CELLOS: James Shelley, Don Munday, Craig Cates, Susan Dulohery, Bobby Maine, Steve Siceluff, Kim Sloverg BASSES:
Haden Riggs, Stan Nichols, joe Scottg FLUTES: Lisa Nichols, Lisa Coats, Susan Wagoner, OBOE: Anne Buvinger, Brenda Davis, Darry Carlstoneg ENGLISH
HORN: Anne Buvinger, CLARINETS: Christy Fine, Gisele Seaton, Karie Foster, BASSOONS, Terri Haws, Charles Woods, Andrea Nanneyg HORNS: Bill Cable,
Aaron Crown, Spencer Todomeg TRUMPETS: Bob Long, Christopher Cord, Lori Gillian, TROMBONES: Robin Wade, jeff Kidwell, john Pranterg TUBA: Boyd
Blackabyg TYMPANI: Doug Fallis.
Mother like daughter, Britton Davis imitates the finger position
of her mother, Brenda Davis.
Boyd Blackaby studies the composition of his
FAR LEFT: Andre Francisco relaxes during practice. ABOVE: joe Scott and Hadan Riggs rehearse an
Dixieland Group Wins Battle O The Bands
In October of 1982 the music
department formed "The Dixieland
Band". By january of 1983 this seven
member band had traveled to Kansas
City to participate in "The Battle of the
Bands," a nation-wide competition. There
the Dixieland Band was selected the
Number One collegiate Dixieland Band
in the country.
Among the honors that they received
were scholarships, a contribution to the
music department, and concerts through-
out the country, including an opening
performance in New York City. They
also had the chance to do several talk
shows in the major cities.
The seven members of the Dixieland
Band are joe Fine, clarinetg Chris Cord,
trumpetg Jeff Kidwell, tromboneg Ronald
Lee, piano, Clifford Parett, banjo:
Murray Butler, tuba: and Clyde Conner,
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Sally Jo Kernell
Lee Anne Rose
John N. Minden
V. Chet Kelly
Eric L. Ross
lst Stage Band
2nd Stage Band
J. D. Higgins
Stage Band - -
RIGHT: Bob Long, first coronet, blasts a trumpet solo in the
number, "Spirit of Spain" during the homecoming halftime.
BELOW: Band Director Dr. Kent Kidwell gives a cue to the
clarinets during a park concert last summer.
Don Benefee, Jr.
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NEAR LEFT: Lynne Davis, trombone: Chris Cord, trumpetg Spencer Todome, French horn,
and Curtis jones, trombone march through the streets at homecoming. NEAR RIGHT:
Lynne Davis and Dr. Kidwell swap "instruments". BOTTOM RIGHT: Martin Douglas
demonstrates correct kneeling posture. BOTTOM LEFT: David Chambers hits the notes
on his saxophone during a halftime show on the football field.
Dana Ivey Heather McMollum Paul Rogers
Michael Jackson David McLain Lee Anne Rose
Curtis Jones Lynette Medlin Eric Ross
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BELOW: Kris Hammond smiles at the fans during a pom
pon routine at a night football game.
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to "Pepsi's Got Your Taste". LEFT: Theresa Helt and other Fillies grab
some hotdogs before they perform. ABOVE RIGHT: Sherry Cochran, Della
Henson, and Donna LaQuay salute as the National Anthem is played during
pregame activities. BOTTOM: The Fillies open the homecoming parade
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homecoming parade. BOTTOM RIGHT: Shirley Brintnall kneels for her finale. BOTTOM LEFT: Doug
Yoder swings his rifle in his routine.
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TOP RIGHT: Brenda Risenhoover poses as she waits for a cue in the music. ABOVE RIGHT:
Karolyn Gannaway and Doug Yoder somberly salute during a pregame. LEFT: Della Wiley thinks
about the upcoming moves in the routine.
Lee Ann Westbrook
ABOVE: Choir director Dr. Coleman Smith explains
to the audience the history behind some of the music.
RIGHT: Tammy Bernard adds her voice to the others
during the State Music Festival held at CSU.
TOP: "It's Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas" is
one of the choir's carols at the Feast of Carols. MIDDLE:
The University Choir in full force add a sparkle to the Feast
of Carols. BOTTOM: jan Smith, Ann Taupmann, Suzanne
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harmonize during the homecoming pregame. ABOVE LEFT: Ernie Atchison, Derek Haney,
Glenn Jones, and Brian Martin making up the Men's Quartet blend their four unique voices
into one sound. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. Coleman Smith directs members of the Men's Glee Club.
TOP RIGHT: Belles Ruth McNeeley and Janene McPhail warm up for a rehearsal.
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RIGHT: Kim Garrison, Joanie Gregory, Warren
Orr, and Garyld Miles give a smashing performance
at the Chamber of Commerce Christmas luncheon
at Oak Tree Country Club.
RIGHT: Tunesmith members gather around the piano, being
played by director Dr. Coleman Smith, during an afternoon
ABOVE: The Tunesmiths are noted for adding a little spice to their
performances. BELOW LEFT: Carl Battles and Jenny Fowler team
up for a duo with "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas."
BELOW: Mike Gallant, Chris Larson, Scott Layton, and Garyld
Miles spread a feeling of brotherhood at the Feast of Carols.
ABOVE LEFT: Gayle Deal and Kelvin Williams kick up their
heels in a square dance number. ABOVE RIGHT: Barbara
Watson and partner J. D. Wiggins tap their toes to the rhythm
on the wooden stage at CSU's outdoor birthday party. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Kaleidoscope dancers must work on balance, precision
and moving like a team together. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Kaleidoscope choreographer Mrs. Ann Shanks, assistant
professor of HPER, gives instructions to the group.
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FAR LEFT: The football cheerleaders liven up the pep rallyfbonfire festivities
held near the softball field during Homecoming week.
LEFT: Su Robinson ignites Broncho spirit during a night football game against
Henderson State. Final score was 24-3, CSU.
ABOVE: The football cheerleaders make an interesting rising formation for the
end of a cheer during a windy pep rally,
ABOVE: Bundled against the cold, the cheerleaders sing CSU chants as they
ride in the homecoming parade.
LEFT: Connie Ponder and Winston Banta enjoy themselves as they pick up
some pointers from the football cheerleaders during a rally
BELOW: Brenda Risenhoover, Lelei Sutton, Connie Ponder Brian Pitre and
Jacquelyn Carter, Co-Captain
Winston Banta, Co-Captain
john Leinweber watch the cheer intently as they prepare for tryouts
Lee Ann Bryant
De Ann Shadid
TOP RIGHT: Sonya Potter and Lee Ann Bryant
give encouragement to the wrestlers at the opening
match against OSU. TOP LEFT: Karen Bentley
and others watch carefully for a takedown. ABOVE
LEFT Dana Hayes shows her enthusiasm as
wrestler Benny Coleman takes a last stand.
ABOVE LEFT: Rhett Davis checks his
information one last time during a practice
round before a tournament. LEFT: Martin
Glendinning and Chris Woods hunt through
reports for statistics to back up their cases.
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. ..... Mike Barton
Ellen K. Ward
Beverly .... ...... J ean Cafky
Felicity ..... .... L inda Arbuckle
Agnes Kelly Morris
Interviewer ..... Nathan Thomas
TOP: Felicity, Linda Arbuckle, snaps at her faithful daughter
Agnes, Kelly Morris. LEFT: Joe, Ron Cameron. explains his
feelings to the Interviewer, Nathan Thomas, ABOVE: Joe,
Ron Cameron, tries to get his wife, Maggie, Ellen Ward, to
bring her bags into the cottage.
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joni Billinger, Shirley Brintnall, Jennifer Fowler, Jennie
Francis, Karolyn Gannaway, Jennifer Hoerth, Alicia Megehee
and Cyndy Price. TOP: Miss CSU Jennifer Fowler with lst
runner-up Alicia Megehee and 2nd runner-up Joni Billinger.
RIGHT: Jennifer Fowler entertained the crowd with her
bluesy version of "Black Coffee." ABOVE: Alicia Megehee
shows her poise modeling in the swim suit competition.
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Charlie Murdock, now in his sixth year
as the top man of CSU's athletic program,
has been a party to the Bronchos' history
since 1950 when he came to Central on a
He returned in 1962 to work as assistant
football coach, the year the Bronchos
maintained a perfect 11-0 record and first
took the NAIA national title. He has also
served as tennis coach and intramural
Before coming to Central State as a
coach, Murdock was an assistant football and
track coach at Capital Hill High School. He
also worked with the Oklahoma City Parks
and Recreation Department.
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The CSU football team rose to that Broncho spirit as
they made the playoffs after a 7-2 season. This was the
third decade the Bronchos had introduced with a
play-off slot. In 1962 they were NAIA national Champs,
and in 1972 they were NAIA semi-Hnalist conference
champs. The 1982 Football squad kept the tradition
alive, and CSU fans smiled throughout the season.
CONGRATULATIONS BRONCHOS!! WELL DONE!!
Due to the number of returning
starters, the 1982 season showed great
potential. Having lost only 2 starters
from 1981's 7-2 team, .the Bronchos
entered the season with an experienced
team. According to Coach Gary Howard
the toughest teams in the 1982 schedule
came early in the season. Before the
season began, Quarterback Dwain Banks
and defensive end Chris Edgmon were
lost by injuries, but Howard remained
Randy Page led the Bronchos to a
15-7 win over Northwestern at the season
opener. Page had sat out the previous
season because of knee injuries, but soon
proved he was back in full strength as
he passed for over 90 yards.
Although the Bronchos' offense was
sluggish in this season opener, the
intensity of play by the defense made up
for their lack of momentum. A Ranger
drive to the 1-yard line was frustrated as
the Broncho defense staged a goal line
stand and turned the Rangers back.
Safety jonn Preston intercepted a
Northwestern pass early in the 4th
quarter and galloped 26 yards for the
clinching score. The defensive duo of Ron
Mackey and Derwin Cantley combined
for 11 solo tackles and helped to hold the
Ranger air attack to under 100 yards.
The Bronchos' second game against
Southwestern again demonstrated the
strength of the Broncho defense which
held the Bulldogs to 297 total offensive
yards. However, there were six fumbles
that contributed to the Broncho 12-7 loss.
Southwestern scored their first
touchdown in the second quarter after a
Broncho blunder on the CSU 17. Their
next touchdown occured after another
CSU fumble and a Bulldog 57 yard drive
with 3:11 left in the half.
Daric Zeno returned a Bulldog punt
75 yards as time ran out to end the
second half. Late in the third quarter
Randy Page started a successful 74 yard
drive and scored a touchdown in 14 plays
with 11 minutes left in the game. Craig
Dawkins' extra point cut the Bulldog
lead down to 5 points.
Southwestern made another attempt
to score, but was stopped by the Broncho
defense on CSU's 27 yard line with a
minute and a half left in the game.
David Rolle led the defense with 14
tackles, followed by Mike Tasby's 13
tackles and a fumble recovery, and Ron
Mackey's 12 tackles and a quarterback
The Broncho offense gave the first
indication of its potential against the
Reddies with an impressive 24-3 win. The
previous year, the Reddies had eaten the
Bronchos at homecoming 38-12. This
victory was sweet revenge.
Early in the first quarter, Randy
Page launched a 60 yard pass to fullback
Willie Henderson. Page followed it up
with a 7 yard dash for the first
touchdown of the game.
Before the end of the quarter, Page
completed 4 of 5 passes attempted in 6
minutes, making the score 14 -0. The
Reddies drove 70 yards in 18 plays to the
CSU 10 but only managed a 27 yard field
goal, bringing the Broncho lead down to
Then with 4 seconds left in the half,
Craig Dawkins kicked a 32 yard field
goal and the Bronchos regained their 14
The defense again exhibited its
prowess by holding the Reddies to 182
yards total offense.
Mike Tasby led the defense with 14
tackles tailed by Ed Desherow with 12,
and Ricky Oliver with 10. John Preston
had an outstanding game, picking off 2
of CSU's 4 interceptions.
He returned his last interception for
14 yards in the 4th quarter for his second
such touchdown of the season. Preston
was named District Nine defensive
player of the week for his contribution
against Henderson State.
The Yellow Jackets from Howard
Payne University scored on the opening
kickoff with an 80-yard run. That was
their last score of the game as the
Bronchos quickly executed four touch-
downs in 10 minutes and went on to win
the game with an impressive 42-7 final
The Bronchos first TD came on a
5-yard run by tailback Bruce Vann, set
up by Ed Desherow's interception on
Howard Payne's 33 yard line. The
defense aided in another touchdown
immediately afterwards when David
Rolle recovered a fumble on the Yellow
Daric Zeno took it in on a 17-yard
pass from Randy Page to make the score
13-7. Craig Dawkins then went on to
complete his second conversion.
RIGHT: Mike Tasby celebrates as a Cameron drive
is stopped. BOTTOM: Willie Henderson is all
smiles as he receives congratulations from his
teammates after a TD against Howard Payne.
TOP RIGHT: Bo Matthews and Derwin Cantley
watch intensely as the offense make their move.
RIGHT: Daric Zeno leaps to catch a ball as two
Langston Lions rush towards him.
A 4-play, 86-yard drive led to the
Bronchos' third touchdown, capped by a
26-yard pass to Randy Jones. Willie
Henderson made a 46-yard reception
from quarterback Randy Page.
Henderson then scored on a 33-yard
reception after an 80-yard drive to end
the half. In the second half the Bronchos
moved 60 yards on their first possession
which culminated in a 4-yard TD pass to
CSU's last touchdown was set up by
Randy Preston's interception and 24-
yard return. Chetti Carr took the ball in
for the Bronchos, and Dawkins complet-
ed his 6th conversion.
Rolle was named Defensive District
Nine Player of the Week and Page was
named for the offensive honor. Page's 5
TD passes tied the 1969 school record
held by Keni Ray against Western
For the 53rd time Central State met
Northeastern in a grueling game that
resulted in the Bronchos' 19th loss to the
The Bronchos took an early lead in
the first quarter on a 76-yard drive with
Steve McKeaver rushing the 42 yards for
the touchdown. CSU came alive in the
second quarter with Randy Page com-
pleting a 47 yard pass to Willie
Henderson for a touchdown, the conver-
sion attempt failed. Page again found
Henderson for a 14-yard pass, and the
conversion from Page to Randy jones
gave Central a 20-7 at the half. The
Broncho defense allowed only one
substantial drive in the half.
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collapse of the Bronchos. The only bright
spot came when Steve McKeaver broke
loose again, this time for a 74 yard
NSU cut the Broncho lead down to
12 points. Critical mistakes gave the
Redmen possession of the ball three
times, each turning into NSU touch-
The last Broncho drive ended with
McKeaver carrying the ball in for the
final CSU touchdown.
Against the East Central Tigers, the
Bronchos were the first to score with 4:19
left in the first quarter. The touchdown
was preceded by an 8-play, 80 yard drive
and followed by Craig Dawkins extra
point. Aaron Bruner's 20-yard reception
was one of the key plays in the drive.
The Tigers faked a field goal and
tallied, tying the game. juan james
recovered a fumble on the CSU 19, which
set up a 23-yard run by tight end Bob
Campo. Dawkins made it 14-7 with 9:33
left in the half.
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Page hit Zeno with an explosive 35 yard
pass. Then Zeno baffled the Tiger defense
and galloped 30 more yards to raise the
Broncho left in the half East Central
scored on a 15-yard pass. Choctaw native
Willy s Hall frustrated the Tigers'
attempt at a field goal to close the half.
Neither team scored in the third quarter.
TOP: Senior Derwin Cantley goes after Henderson
State's quarterback. MIDDLE LEFT: Broncho's
Cham Carpenter and Randy Preston cheer the team
on from the sidelines. MIDDLE RIGHT: Coach
Gary Howard watches the execution of a Broncho
play with keen interest. BOTTOM: Quarterback
Page prepares to toss the ball. TOP FAR RIGHT:
Bruce Vann runs the ball back and attempts to
dodge the Southwestern Bulldogs. MIDDLE FAR
RIGHT: Steve McKeaver tries to find a hole as two
Aggies from Cameron head in hot pursuit.
BOTTOM FAR RIGHT: Van Wooten blocks as
Randy Page launches a rocket pass.
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the Greyhound secondary carrying the
ball a scant nine times, but scoring three
times and rushing for 124 yards. With
11:05 left in the half, McKeaver scored
on a 54-yard burst up the middle to give
the Brouchos a 35-O lead.
At the end of the first half, the
Bronchos led the game with a 49-6
margin. Coach Gary Howard substituted
freely in the second half and the Broncho
offense generated only 120 yards and four
The Broncho defense again demon-
strated its power, not allowing the
Greyhound offense a score until 35 points
were on the scoreboard. Ed Desherow led
the defense with nine tackles, trailed by
Bo Matthews and John Preston who were
second with eight each. Daric Zeno led
the receivers with eight receptions for 166
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goal-line. CPhotos furnished by Christie Lanhamj
Willie Henderson followed with
eight receptions for 152 yards and two
touchdowns. Page was named District
Nine offensive player of the week,
which was the second time this season
he had received the honor.
Running backs Steve McKeaver
and Daric Zeno led the Bronchos to a
striking 38-6 homecoming victory over
the Aggies from Cameron University.
Altus native McKeaver scored the first
touchdown of the game in the first
quarter after a failed Aggie punt.
Zeno followed by catching a
24-yard pass for a TD late in the
second quarter, which brought the
score to 14-6. The dominating power of
the CSU defense held the Aggies to a
The Bronchos scored 17 points in
the third quarter starting with a
75-yard drive that ended in a 18-yard
run by Steve McKeaver. Daric Zeno
scored afterward on a 20-yard pass
from quarterback Randy Page and
Craig Dawkins kicked a 34-yard field
goal before the end of the quarter.
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1982-83 Broncho Football Team
Row 1 CSeniorsJ: Randy jones, Bryan Coffey, juan james, Ron Mackey, Ed Branch, Bob Campo, Dannye Webb, Rickey
Greene, Not Shown - Derwin Cantley. Row 2: Cconia jones, Steve McKeaver, Doug Williams, Rod Davis. Jay White, Randy
Page, Buddy Link. jeff Zelnicek. Row 3: Aaron Bruner. Marvel Rogers, Wade Causey. David Rolle, Toby Daugherty. Row
4: Norman Ramsey, Gerry Flannel, Don Schille. Clifford Burney, Marcus Carr, Chetti Carr, Ron Whiteley, Ed Desherow,
Kevin Huddleston, Tom Gilliaumc. Row 5: Shawn Spottedhorse, Kirk Stewart, Cham Carpenter, Tom White, Daniel Spencer.
Herb Allison, Lee Haff, Richard Chergey. Van Wooten, Stanley Reed. Row 6: Bruce Vann, Mike Tasby, Dwain Banks, john
Preston. Randy Preston, Tim Stone, Ray Griffin, Daric Zeno, Willie Henderson. Back Row fC0aching Stafflijeff McKibben,
Ben Young, Boone Copeland, Head Coach Gary Howard, John McGivcrn, Terry Jones, Marlon Gay.
Steve McKeaver finished with 141
yards and two touchdowns, the last of
which was in the 4th quarter off a 36
yard run. McKeaver began the run on the
left side of the field, but after dodging
the Aggie defense ended up making the
touchdown on the opposite side of thc
This was McKeavers' third 100-yard
game of the year, and for his efforts he
was named District nine offensive player
of the week. The Bronchos ended the
game with 459 yards total offense, 230
yards passing and 229 yards rushing.
The Broncho defense was led with 16
tackles by Ed Desherow, who was
followed by John Preston with 12 tackles
and 3 broken passes.
The Bronchos stampeded the Lang-
ston Lions as they scored on their first
five possessions for an easy 52-6 win at
the season finale. Quarterback Page
completed 13 of 21 passes for an
incredible 311 yards, bringing his total to
1,777 yards for the season.
Page connected with Zeno on a
60-yard touchdown pass on the Broncho's
first possession. Zeno went on to break
the school record for the school record for
the most yardage receiving in a year this
season, with 824 yards on 38 receptions.
The Dallas native received the Offensive
Player of the week award for his
Steve McKeaver scored three times
against the Lions, the first score followed
Zeno's TD on a 17 yard run. He then
went on to score on a one yard run, and
on CSU's next possession repeated the
play, again on a one-yard run.
At this point the Broncho lead was
24 points, and if not for an interception
the Lions might not have scored at all.
Before the Langston team could cele-
brate, Page hit Zeno for a 17-yard gain
and Zeno then lateraled to McKeaver for
a 52-yard run and the score.
Willie Henderson opened the second
half with a massive 66-yard punt, which
ended up in a Lion turnover on the
second down. Dannye Webb recovered
the loose ball that eventually led to a
one-yard touchdown run by Fullback
After being knocked down twice,
Daric Zeno scored on a 23 touchdown
pass reception. Randy Preston followed
with an interception and returned it 27
yards for the last score of the game.
Although everyone on the defense
saw some action, John Preston led the
squad with nine tackles. Marvel Rogers
trailed McKeavers' 53 yards, but had a
career high of 38 yards in four carries.
At the season's end McKeaver led
the Bronchos in rushing, 569 yards with
11 touchdowns, and an average of six
points per carry. Steve ended the regular
season with 12 touchdowns for 72 points.
TOP: Randy jones rockets towards the goal line as a Cameron University
player follows in hot pursuit, BOTTOM: Quarterback Randy Page, NAIA
offensive player of the year, prepares to toss the pigskin to Fullback Bruce
Vann in a drive against the Southwestern Bulldogs.
NAIA All-American 85
A Tackle istrict 9 Honors
Ron Mackey, a senior from Sapulpa,
is one of the leading CSU prospects for
the 1983 National Football League draft.
The 6' 3", 240 pound defensive tackle
transferred to CSU in 1980 after
spending a year and a half at Oklahoma
University. While at OU he held the
position of nose guard and linebacker and
was also a member of the wrestling team.
During Mackey's 14 years of football
he has been named All-conference in high
school and in 1981 was named second
team All-district and was CSU's fourth
leading tackler with 26 solos and 39
assists. After graduation in May, either
a job in industrial safety or professional
football would fulfill Mackey's career
Five teams have expressed interest
in Mackey: the Oakland Raiders, Dallas
Cowboys, Tampa Bay Bucaneers, Cincin-
nati Bengals and the Seattle Seahawks.
Although the Seattle Seahawks have
displayed the most interest, Mackey
would prefer the Cincinnati Bengals
because they are a World Championship
team, plus he enjoys playing in cold
"He definitely has the size, strength
and great quickness needed to play pro
ball," said Gary Howard, head football
coach. "I think he has a chance of playing
especially since the new league has been
According to Howard, Mackey also
has the determination and attitude he
thinks is necessary to make it in
"I hope someone gives him a shot."
Mackey feels CSU gave him the
opportunity to obtain a degree in
industrial safety and play more college
ball, which is something he might not
have gotten at OU.
"A strong college with a good
athletic program like CSU's gets as much
attention from the pro scouts as a larger
school," explained Mackey.
"Players get more understanding
and attention from the coaches and
instructors because of the smaller size of
the teams and classes," said Mackey.
"Here, education comes first and
that makes the game more fun because
there is not as much pressure on the
lst Team All-American-Split-end
lst Team All-District receiver
Hon. Men. All-American
First Team All-District
Hon. Men. All-American
First Team All-District
2nd Team All-American-Quarterback
1st Team All-District-Quarterback
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE
Hon. Men. All-American
First Team All-District
Hon. Men. All-American
First Team All-District
ALL-DISTRICT SECOND TEAM
Ed Desherow Linebacker
Dannye Webb Back
Ron Whiteley Lineman
First Team All-District
Second Team All-District
1982 HONORABLE MENTION
Bob Campo Split End
Derwin Cantley Lineman
Buddy Link Lineman
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Buddy Armstrong, former CSU
roundball star, took over the reins of the
Broncho basketball team with Steve
Austin, Gregg Kerr and Frank Hender-
son as the only three seniors returning
from last year for the 1982-83 season.
The Bronchos, under Armstrong, has
displayed a different look from what
they've shown in the past. The "Buddy
System" gave the young team more
discipline, running a more controlled
offense and a much stringier defense.
Central State opened the season
with a road trip against a tough Bethany
Nazarene team losing 90-67. BNC went
into half-time with a 12 point lead and
CSU could not recover from a 10 point
spurt by the Redskins in the second half.
Fouls and turnovers sealed the Bronchos'
Steve Austin led the cagers scoring
with 13 points, followed by newcomer
Phillip Giachio and sophomore jeff Boyd
who rallied 12.
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a strong two points. BELOW: It was that kind of
season Coach Buddy Armstrong.
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Big man Phil Giachino finds himself covered by Rangers while Chuck Brent Alford flies high for two points against the Rangers.
Kersgietter comes to his rescue.
Northwestern Christian Tourney Northeastern
Playing at home for the second time,
the Bronchos dropped a 73-65 decision to
Northwestern in its best performance of
the young season. It was the third
consecutive loss, but unlike the others,
CSU stayed close the entire game.
The Rangers held a 44-34 halftime
advantage, but the Bronchos pulled
within two points at 63-61 very late in
the game. However, the Rangers ans-
wered with 10 points while CSU
answered with only 4.
Austin led the scoring attack with 22
points, while Keith Russell contributed
12 and Boyd 7.
On November 25-27, the Bronchos
attended the Abilene Christian Tour-
nament with their first roundball action
against Marymouth, Kansas. Central lost
the game 83-71 as Russell led the cagers
with 20 points.
CSU won the next contest against
Emporia State College by a close score
of 77-76. At halftime the Bronchos led
with a 44-25 score, and they maintained
the lead throughout the game. Austin
rallied the team with a high of 22 points
to give CSU their first win of the season.
In the last game of the tourney, CSU
lost to the host by a score of 77-71. Brent
Alford was the top scorer with 20 points,
assisted by 19 from Austin and 14 from
Against Emporia, Austin broke the
1,000 point mark for career scoring.
Russell, a freshman, was named to the
All-Tournament team selected by coaches
and sports writers.
Swinging back home, the Bronchos
faced the Redmen of Northeastern State
University and won the contest 95-80. The
win posted the second victory for the young
cagers, recording the most points scored by
Central in the early season.
CSU held the lead throughout the
game with a 66.0 field goal percentage. The
Redmen trailed 30-47 at halftime and could
not answer the buckets of the Bronchos.
Another win was posted for Arm-
strong, who saw five of his players scoring
17 or more points. Alford led the scoring
with 22 points followed closely by Austin's
20. Russell and Anthony Andrews both
posted 17 points while Chuck Kersgietter
coming off the bench hit 7 for 7 and also
tallied 17 points.
Zi. CSU Falls to SWOSU
While the Bronchos were at the
friendly confines of home, they enter-
tained the Southwestern Oklahoma State
University Bulldogs in a game that was
closer than the final score.
The Bronchos gave the Bulldogs a
scare during the first half. The Bulldogs
held a slim one point lead before the
cagers went to the locker room, 41-40.
The second half saw the Bronchos
improve their shooting with 5096 on field
goals compared to 481k of the Bulldogs.
However, this was not reflected in the
final score, because the Bulldogs went on
to win the game 72-69.
With a record of 2-7 the Bronchos
saw four men in double figures for the
game. They included 6'6" Alford with 20
points, Austin 12 and a pair of 10's for
Andrews and Russell.
The Bronchos took a southern swing
to Chickasha, Okla., to face the Drovers
of the University of Science and Arts of
Oklahoma. As in their previous contest,
the final score does not reflect the effort
made by the Bronchos.
The Drovers led by 3 at halftime
with a 29-26 score. However, Central
State outscored its opponents by one
point in the second half, 36-35. When the
last seconds ticked off the clock, the
Drovers grasped the victory with a
winning bucket. Final score was 64-62.
The Bronchos had two men in double
Austin outreaches an opponent for a bucket. Coach Armstrong explains the game plan during
LEFT: Henderson is robbed of two points as the ball is snatched from the rim.
BELOW: Gachino stretches to give Austin a sure basket during the game against
the Southeastern Savages.
Coach Armstrong provides a bit of "body English" during
a tough contest.
Oklahoma Baptist Univ.
Chances for a CSU victory were
spoiled in the first 61A minutes of the
second half when OBU scored 19 points
to the Bronchos 6. The halftime score
was 23-18 in favor of the Bisons.
The Bronchos pulled to within nine
points, 79-70, with four minutes left in
the game but they could not hold out
under the Bison onslaught. Oklahoma
Baptist won the game 86-74.
High scorers for CSU included Steve
Austin with 18, Russell 16 and Hender- P
On January 7-8 the Bronchos
Chuck Kersgietter tries to get fancy as he fakes a double-pump under-the-goal
Henderson jumps high to sink a basket against OCC.
traveled to OCC to grab their fourth
victory of the season against Northwes-
Broncho fans clap, cheer and smile
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as the Eagles of OCC fall behind by a bucket.
Sparked by 23 points from Hender-
son, the Bronchos beat Northwestern
during the first game of the classic
Central State was shooting one of its
better percentages of the season of
51.2fPb. The Bronchos led by 7 at halftime
39-32. The second half was closer than
the first with Northwestern scoring 36
points and Central 37.
Besides Henderson's 23 points, the
Bronchos also had Russell contributing
14 and Austin with 12.
LEFT: All eyes are on Andrews as he goes for a
much-needed basket against OCC. BELOW:
Henderson scores two of his 23 points against
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Central State returned to the
Fieldhouse for a second dose of Bethany
Nazarene, the Redskins winning the
For more than an hour, everyone sat
watching the players warm-up and
waiting for the referees to show up. A
scheduling error threw off the referees.
After the refs arrived, the game
stood tied at 16-16 until a sudden spurt
from the BNC men made them 34-22 by
the time halftime took place.
Although the Bronchos outscored
the Redskins 42-37 in the second half it
didn't tally for an ultimate victory.
Austin led the scoring drive with 14
points and Phil Giachino and Keith
Russell totaled 10 points apiece.
After a neck-to-neck battle, the
Bronchos took a hard loss at the hands
of the Aggies of Cameron University,
Throughout the battle, the Bronchos
BELOW: Steve Austin finds himself in the clear for a perfect layup.
BOTTOM: Right, Anthony Andrews fires a set shot outside of the
free throw area.
Keith Russell goes high for a tip-in
were able to maintain at least a one-point
margin. When the players went to the
lockers for halftime, the score stood at
32-29 in CSU's favor.
Within the last 14 minutes of the
game, things begin to change even
though CSU still led 42-37. Within seven
minutes, the Aggies were on top 52-44.
They kept the spirit alive with a ten
point lead until the last three minutes of
the game. Then within two minutes, the
young Bronchos had a 15-2 scoring
rampage to bring the Bronchos up by one
The last 16 seconds tells the storyg
it was at this point that CSU fouls sent
the Aggies on to win 66-64.
Keith Russell had 18 points, and
Giachino had the best game of the season
with 12 points and 16 rebounds.
Turnovers and pressure defense were
the culprits for the CSU loss to the
Indians of Dallas Baptistg the final score
Neither team shot very wellg CSU
hit only 40 percent, and Dallas 46
Besides the low-shooting percentage,
BELOW: Brent Alford delivers a cinch lay-up. BOTTOM LEFT: Alford and Austin
both go for the rebound against an OCC man.
ABOVE: Frank Henderson looks for a man that is open. TOP
RIGHT: Chuck Kersgieter fights two OCC Eagles for a rebound.
1 Bo'r'roM RIGHT: Mark Mars sets up 8 Broncho play.
the Bronchos also had over 21 turnovers
compared to 14 from Dallas.
Only at 4-4 did the two teams stand
at neck to neck, otherwise CSU trailed
the entire game. With 10:58 remaining in
the first half, the score was 21-20. But
then Mark Mars became "hot" and
helped the Bronchos stay in the game,
bringing the score to 33-30.
Within the first 10 minutes of the
second half the Indians outgunned CSU
20-5, making the score 59-44.
The lead was too much for the young
CSU team, though they stayed close to
the end. The final score was 70-65.
Russell had 18 points. Anthony
Andrews was next high scorer with 11
The next night, the Bronchos played
at Phillips University and lost the
contest 90-73, in a game that experience
was truly needed.
Four of the Haymakers were in
double-figures which reflected the strong
offensive power and pressure defense.
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defense to pull within 12 points before
the half was over.
The Haymakers pulled away in the
second half and won the game.
THE 1982-83 BRONCHO BASKETBALL SQUAD: Standing: Grad. Asst. Jeff Laha, Steve Austin, Anthony Dickens, Brent Alford, Mark
Mars, Coach Buddy Armstrong, Phil Giachino, Adam Stern, Teddy Noel, Curt Foster, fdropped from squadj , Grad. Asst. Mike Kelley. Seated:
Frank Henderson, Anthony Andrews, fdropped from squadj, Keith Russell, Steve Rector, Mgr. Mike Kitchen, Chuck Kersgieter, Jeff Boyd,
Once again the Bronchos faced the
Aggies of CU, but this time the Aggies
had a tough time winning the contest.
The final score was 75-71. The loss made
the Bronchos 4-23 for the season.
For most of the first half, the
Bronchos were stone cold and could not
catch the Aggies, though they managed
a respectable 34-29 halftime tally.
Q During the second half, Brent Alford
1,3 got a hot hand and laid up three point
play for the Bronchos which put the team
close at 42-41 with 12 minutes remaining.
Within the next two minutes, CSU
. finally pulled on top 56-53 then the score
ff was tied at 58.
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The Broncho fans show their concern and disappointment in the time remaining in the game and the score The Bronchos Went on to play Dallas
on the clock. Even with a losing season, the fans gave the Bronchos and Coach Armstrong strong support. Baptist again, Lal'1gSt0rl UniVCI'Sity, East
Central and Oklahoma Christian College.
The Bronchos showed tremendous im-
provement in those games but still came
up on the short end.
With a team of freshmen and
sophomores, Coach Armstrong will have
a definite advantage next year over this
season, that is experience.
It was an interesting season with its
ups and downs and close call games. The
fans, coaches and players shared the
excitement and pain of a transition year.
Bronchos Tabbed Second in Nation But. . .
The State of Oklahoma has long
been noted for having two of college
wrestling's most formidable mat powers
- Oklahoma State University and the
University of Oklahoma. However, these
two powerhouses will have to make room
for a third to join their elite company.
The Central State University Wres-
tling Program now under the new head
coach, David james, All-American for
four times, has produced a team that
deserves nationwide recognition.
Beginning the season ranked second
in the nation, the grapplers have had
their share of problems with injuries at
all or most of their meets.
Although several top wrestlers have
graduated, the Bronchos still have five
returning starters, including one national
champ and three other All-Americans.
Mickey McGowan, 118, returned for
his second season as a Broncho after
being forced out of the national tour-
nament with an injury, as did Joe
Starzenski, 126, who was a big surprise
for CSU last year by placing third at
Ronnie James, two-time reigning
national champ returned at 142, while
junior Mark Allen improved over the
season he had last year at 150. Benny
Coleman, who won a national title as a
freshman and was fourth last year at 167,
moved up a weight to 177. Gary Astle,
167 returned to the starting line-up to
take back the weight at which he earned
All-American honors in 1980 as a
freshman. Astle was redshirted last year
with a knee injury.
The Bronchos opened the season
against the OSU Cowboy powerhouse,
losing the bout 0-41.
Things looked a little better when
the grapplers headed north to Nebraska
for the Omaha Nebraska Invitational
Tournament. The team placed 2nd in the
tourney with four men placing in the
tourney. They included first places for
Ronnie James, Gary Astle, Benny
Coleman and second place for Mark A.
TOP: Benny Coleman grasps opponent for a sure pin
ABOVE: joe Starzenski holds an OSU man down to
TOP: Gary Astle, 167, attempts to free himself of an OSU opponent.
ABOVE: Joe Starzenski has the upper-hand on an OSU opponent.
TOP: McGowan has pressure applied to him by an opponent,
ABOVE: Jeff McKibbin, trainer, talks with Ricky Langland on how
to defeat his opponent.
ABOVE - Benny Coleman strains to gain control over
an OSU opponent.
BELOW RIGHT - Ronnie James maneuvers with an
opponent during a key bout.
BELOW LEFT - Mark Allen stands ready in position
to take down his opponent.
Left to right, first row - Billy Reed, Mickey Mcgowan,
Leon Hughes, David Aduddell, Troy Talley, Ricky
Bollenbach. Second row - Coach David james, Ricky
Langland, Ronnie James, Mark A. Allen, David Molet,
Phillip Hinton. Third row - joe Starskenski, Gary Astle,
Bill Ogilvie, Kevin Fields, David Patton, Keith Combs,
Lee David and Benny Coleman.
Billy Ogilvie fights to escape his opponent,
MIDDLE - Mickey McGowan, 118, rides on his opponent for a
BOTTOM - David Aduddell grasps at his opponent for a possible
Bronchos Place Fifth in Tourney
The Bronchos placed five men in the
finals of the Oklahoma Open on Nov.
26-27, and the team received fifth place
in the tournament.
Two-time National Champ Ronnie
james placed second in the tourney for
the 142-lb. division. Astle claimed the
167-lb. title with second place and Benny
Coleman also grabbed second place for
the 177 lb. division.
Third place in the 177 lb. division
went to Bill Ogilvie and freshman Mark
Allen managed to place fourth in the 167
Las Vegas Open
The grapplers traveled West to
wrestle in the Las Vegas, Nevada
Tournament. The Bronchos placed a
respectable fifteenth in the tourney. Once
again, injuries prevented the grapplers
from clinching major victories.
The tourney hosted 32 teams from
across the nation, with OSU winning the
Wrestling at 118, Mickey McGowan
defeated his first man 5-3 but he
defaulted his second match due to a knee
Leon Hughes, at 126, lost a tough
match 6-5 to his opponent from Ashland
The CSU matmen excelled in all the
weight divisions but especially in 134 lb.
and 158 lb. weights.
Ballenbach, wrestling at 134 pinned
his man as did Mark Allen at 158.
Phillip Hinton dominates his competitor during a match against NW Missouri State University.
ABOVE Ronnie james holds an OSU Cowboy in check. BELOW: Benny Coleman moves in for a pin.
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Other Bronchos with victories in-
cluded Leon Hughes and Phillip Hinton
with 11-3 wins.
Gary Astle wouldnlt let up on his
man and posted a 13-4 victory. Kevin
Feilds at 190 totally shut out his man
with a 12-O count.
On the road again, the Bronchos
traveled to Orlando, Florida, to compete
in the Sunshine Open. The grapplers
clinched fifth place, and Ronnie James
won for the third consecutive year in the
Mark Allen at 158 took fourth place
when he was pinned for the third place
Gary Astle, wrestling at 167, lost
11-4 for a first place spot and took second
position in that division.
Ricky Bullenbach won his match at
134 by 9-4 but lost 6-2 in the second
Ronnie James at 142 made it to the
second round of consolations before being
surprised by Huber of Nevada.
Benny Coleman at 177 advanced to
finals but he had an injury default when
he faced OU,s Mark Shultz.
Despite their injuries the Bronchos
managed to uphold the team spirit to
defeat the grapplers from Central
Ricky Langland manhandles his opponent for a take down.
Eat the mat! Benny Coleman demonstrates his
Kevin Fields pauses for an injury time-out.
power during a bout. David Patton has no problem in keeping his man under control.
Central Florida 85 Navy
While the Bronchos were in the
Florida area, they competed in the
Triangular match against Central Florida
and the Navy.
The grapplers defeated the matmen
from Central Florida by a 37-10 score but
the Navy reversed the situation with a
30-13 win over the Bronchos.
The Central State grapplers re-
turned home to face Northwest Missouri.
The Bronchos were victorious with a
Benny Coleman pinned his man in
the 177-weight division. Billy Reid also
proved to be successful with a 12-0 win
over his opponent.
Other men with wins included
freshman David Aduddell at 126 with a
CSU Picks up Two Victories
ABOVE: Ronnie james keeps Glenn Goodman of OU in check for a possible pin. MIDDLE: Leon Hughes
attempts to gain the advantage over his opponent. BOTTOM: Phillip Hinton breaks his opponent's hold.
9-3 win, Bollenbach at 134 won 13-6 and
James wrestling at 142 won 15-6.
Ricky Langland at 167 won a tough
dual by a 3-2 score and Kevin Fields at
190 had to accept a 5-5 tie.
New Mexico University
Two days later and still crippled
with injuries, the Bronchos faced the
Lobos of New Mexico University. The
Lobos won the contest 32-19.
CSU won only four matches against
the undefeated NCAA Division I school
and fell to a 3-3- season record.
Although Coleman's pin at 177 cut
the Lobo lead to 20-19, a loss from Kevin
Fields sealed the fate for the Bronchos.
Central State's other victories came
at 142 where Ronnie james won 15-7 and
at 158, a 3-2 decision by Ricky Langland.
After a 31-18 loss to Nebraska, the
Bronchos took part in the SW Missouri
Invitational. The team placed sixth in the
tourney with two men winning individual
Ronnie james finished first at 142
pounds while Benny Coleman won the
David Aduddell captured a fourth
place title at 126 and Phillip Hinton and
Mark Allen placed fifth in 150 and 158
Bronchos Whomp Fort Hays, 43-3
Fort Hays, Kansas
The Bronchos returned home to give
the Tigers of Fort Hays, Kansas a serious
whomping. The grapplers took the match
by a 43-3 score, giving CSU the old
National Championship look it once
Before the clock ticked its first
second, the Bronchos led 12-0 due to two
forfeits by the Tigers. Billy Reid 11185
and David Aduddell 11265 were the two
grapplers that received free points for the
The other wrestlers with wins
included Ronnie James C1425 with a 6-2
win, Phillip Hinton at 150 with a 4-2 win,
Ricky Langland C1505 with a 13-2
decision and Scott Luschen at 190 with
a 8-3 win.
The biggest point spread occurred at
the 177 weight division, where Benny
Coleman had a 20-0 lead before pinning
Adams State, Colorado
After a tough match with the
University of Oklahoma, the Bronchos
traveled to Colorado to take on an old
time rival, Adams State.
Indeed the score proved how well the
two teams matched up, with Adams
Two major upsets were a superior
win by Benny Coleman of 22-0 over his
opponent and a 5-2 win in the 167 weight
division by Gary Astle over Shane
Palmer who was the NAIA National
ABOVE: Scott Luschen steadies his balance while being pulled down. TOP
LEFT: Referee holds up the hand of Billy Reid for a victory. LEFT: "Win
some lose some ..." a bleak expression seen on the faces of Mark Allen,
Ricky Langland and Keith Combs.
Champion for that weight.
Before the Bronchos left Colorado,
they wrestled in the Western Colorado
Quad at Western Colorado University.
The Bronchos proved victorious by
winning 33-18 over Western Colorado and
27-18 over Mesa, Colorado.
The grapplers kept the winning
spirit as they defeated Southwest
Missouri 29-16. Because of this match
Scott Luschen and David Aduddell will
both attend the national NAIA tour-
With a 7-6 season dual record, the
Bronchos will be sending six men to the
Place 5th in NAIA
Tourney at Minot
Ronnie James Wins
2nd National Crown
6th Place NAIA
7th Place NASA
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Benny Coleman dominates an OSU man during a tough bout.
Mark Allen waits for the 'go-ahead' signal from the referee
Ronnie james' opponent tries to break a
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TOP: Front row, left to right - Lamont Frazier, Gerard Alexander,
Rodney Hawkins, johnell Sloan, Eddie Erwin, Mike Cantley, John
Pellow, joe Horton. Second row - Gilbert Hornbeak, Frankie
Dreadfulwater, Merle Ashley, Laurence Austin, Ken Berry, Steve Kirby,
jeff Murr, Charlie Cedeno, Tim Moore. Third row - Kevin Harris, Alan
Barnes, Dale Clayton, Lynn Daylor, Shawn Schlinke, Kevin Davenpot,
Tony Howard, Scott Raper. Fourth row - Keith Keel, Shawn Molloy,
Willie Curleychief, Kurt Baze, Roger Lemmons, Tim Horsley, Brian
Pitre and Ronnie Parks. Fifth row - Bill Hamrick, Jimmy Brackeen,
Anthony Carpenter, Keith Singleton, Craig Hall, Joe Scott, Rodney Buss
and Mark Heard. Back row - Ron Geary, Mark Alsip, Alan Erwin,
Kendal Barnes, Kent Kadavy and John Blair.
BELOW: Ken Berry stretches with the help of a fellow team-mate.
RIGHT: Anthony Carpenter makes a strong finish for first place.
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Oklahoma Classic at the Myriad Convention Center. LEFT: Jimmy
Brackeen holds his pace on the inside ready for the final kick.
With an astonishing victory from
last year's District Nine track meet of a
margin of 184.5 points, the tracksters are
looking forward to even a better season
Coach Paul Parent has lost six
point-producing seniors but he has also
managed to grab some top quality
freshmen and transfers for the Broncho
Some of the strong pointers for CSU
includes johnell Sloan who holds the
District Nine title for the 100 yard dash.
TOP: Eddie Erwin strives to get ahead of his
competitors in the distance medley. RIGHT: Brian
Pitre makes the final stretch home during the
indoor track meet.
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Also returning for the javelin throwing
position is Brian Coffey where he placed
first in the district meet from last year.
Merle Ashley is another dependable
point man that has returned for high
jumps. Last year, Ashley won the triple
jump at the district meet. Other needed
point men include Gilbert Hornbeak, who
finished second in the shot put at the
district meet, Charlie Cedeno and Alan
Barnes for the middle distance competi-
Cedeno was a member of last year's
distance medley relay team which won its
race at the national indoor meet on last
With such a team and with much
inspiration and spirit from members,
chances are still good for the Bronchos
to be crowned the 1983 District Nine
Parent has set several records while
being at Central State and this season
will be full of the same kind of
outstanding performance on behalf of the
TOP LEFT: jeff Murr strides a step behind an opponent during the
two-mile relay competition. TOP RIGHT: Kent Kadavy stands
prepared to throw the shot put. CENTER LEFT: jimmy Brackeen
finds himself trapped amongst competitors. CENTER RIGHT:
Shawn Schlinke strains with all of his muscles in order to stay ahead
of an Eastern Oklahoma State College opponent. BOTTOM: Keith
Singleton keeps the pace in a 440 relay race during the Hertz
Oklahoma Track Classic at the Myraid Convention Center.
Men's Cross Country
TOP: Jimmy Bracken prepares to pass competitor during a distance
run. ABOVE: The cross-country team relaxes and listens to Coach
Paul Parent. RIGHT: Roger Lemons out-paces everyone else during
Experience paid off for the CSU
cross country team as they traveled to
Peoria, Illinois to take part in the NAIA
National Cross Country Meet.
The trip was the second of the kind
for Coach Paul Parent after an impres-
sive win over Oklahoma Christian
College, 22-43. The Bronchos also
captured the District Nine crown with
the win over OCC.
The Bronchos managed to place no
lower than third in any meet for the
season and they placed 14th at nationals,
while OCC finished at 23rd.
The highlight of the track meet was
Ronnie Park, senior, who finished
seventh and earned All-American honors
for the second year in a row.
Outstanding wins for the season
included the Henderson State Invitation-
al Cross Country meet where CSU had
top five players finishing in the top ten,
giving CSU a 28-46 victory.
The Bronchos took second at the
Pittsburg State University Invitational
in Pittsburg, Kan. The men placed
second only to PSU with 45 points.
BELOW - "Runners to your mark . . . get set . . . GO!!
The Bronchos take off for a long distance run.
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LEFT: Joe Horton passes a competitior during a long field run. BELOW: Members
of the 1982 Cross Country team from left to right. First row: Roger Lemons, Willie
Curleychief, joe Scott, Jim Bracken, Rodney Buss, Jeff Murr and Bill I-Iamrick.
Second row: Craig Hall, Ronnie Parks, Lamont Frazier, Joe Horton, Charlie Cedeno,
Curt Baze and Tim Moore.
In 1982, Central State University's baseball
team reached the District Nine Playoffs for the first
time in a decade, finishing with a 28-22 record and
a team batting average of .310. Perhaps pitching
was one of the most important ingredient to this
winning team, with Carl Peete, who was named
honorable mention All American, and pitchers Ron
Maxwell and Kevin Ludwick.
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Hunt looks on. ABOVE: Guy Hardaker signals that he was safe
on his slide at third base.
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Hardaker dives back toward the base to keep from being called out.
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In the two years prior to the '82
season, Coach John Keely turned the
Lady Bronchos from a 2-25 season in
1980 to a 25-10 season in 1981, in which
his team took State Champions lst
Regional and National Quarter Finals.
Before coming to Central State
Keely coached ten years at Choctaw
High School, two years at Northwestern
Oklahoma State University and one year
at Edmond High School.
"At first I started out to be a football
coach and changed to basketball, both
boys and girls. The girls team was better
so that's where I decided to stay,
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softball team traveled to Sioux
Falls, North Dakota to play in the
National Softball tournament tak-
ing a 8th place finish.
But the outstanding moment
for this team and Coach Gerry
Pinkston was when Pam Podolec
earned the title of AIAW All-
American Pitcher. Pam was recog-
nized nationally for having the
lowest ERA at a National Tour-
nament. Her AIAW record of .000
is a record that can never be
Her accomplishment for the
spring season of '82 was a
remarkable win-loss record of 18-8
and a ERA record of .7S0.
omen -Softballers lace 8th Nationally
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Front Row Crystal Carpenter, Lisha Brown Nancy Rahm jessica
Dudge Lori Sheridan, Susie Prafka, Mary Martin Back Row
Rhonda Lawson Jeanice Kennedy, Lisa Marsden Jo Harney
Coach Pinkston fills the umpire in on substitutions Susan Brachen Tammy Parker, Kathy Konk Joyce Ritz Sherri
Becker and Coach Gerry Pingston.
CSU plays first fall season
Senior Tammy Parker connects for a hit.
Nancy Rahm swings at a high fast delivery
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For the first year Central State
participated in a fall softball season.
Though they only went 2-7 on the season,
Coach Gerry Pinkston commented that
the losses of the fall season prepared her
team for the spring season.
With eleven returning players from
the '82 spring season, the lady Bronchos
defetaed Midwestern and OCU, but
injuries kept them from capturing wins
from both OU and OSU.
"The fall season basically was to
help the new players get acquainted with
CSU, help improve our other player skills
and bring unity to the team," said Coach
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Martin. Above: Tammy Parker watches the action from the dug-out. Left: Pam
Podolec awaits the Midwestern pitch.
Above: Crystal Carpenter slides past the 2nd
baseman. Left: Shin guard, chest pad, and face mask
were necessary to protect catcher Crystal Carpenter.
ABOVE: Connie Means fights for possession of the ball. RIGHT:
jackie Eckels works her way around a USAO opponent for a shot
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'Tm tickled to death!" expressed
Coach John Keely about his Lady
Bronchos. "If we stick together and work
hard, the winning will come together."
And "tickled" Keely should be.
The Bronchos ended last season
with a 25-10 record, and just missed a
shot at the final four by losing to the
eventual AIAW winners, Francis Marion
From this winning team Keely
returned starters Patti Komalty, who
was CSU's first female All-American,
jackie Eckels, Gayle Stout, Allette
johnson, and Rochelle Ware, plus adding
Carrie Tucker to his lineup.
LEFT: Carrie Tucker goes up for two points against
Southwestern. BELOW: Graduate Assistant Danny
Black checks Jackie Eckels for possible injuries.
The Bronchos entered the 1982-83 season
with a winning streak of nine straight wins.
This record gave coach Keely and the Lady
Bronchos a hopeful outlook for the new
Bethany Nazarene became the first of
Central States victims, with Eckels and
Komalty leading the Bronchos to the 63-39
win. After this the Bronchos followed the
tradition by beating-Phillips University 66-56,
and Huston Tillotson by a score of 94-84.
Then later in the season the team made
an impressive win over the Pittsburgh State
Gussies in the OBU Tournament. The 77-58
win gave Central their fifth victory of the
Top scorers for the game were Jackie
Eckels who hit 6-7 from the field, and 4-6 from
the line, for a total of 15 points and 8
rebounds, with Carrie Tucker having 12 of the
Against Northeastern the combination of
Eckels and Komalty came together once again
for 28 of the total 73 points.
For the first time of the season junior
transfer Carrie Tucker led the team with
astonishing 23 points to lead the Bronchos to
a 67-65 win over Southwestern. This was
possibly the biggest success of the season
since the Bronchos had just beaten the
1981-82 National Champions.
TOP LEFT: "It was up and over" for Jackie Eckels as she adds two to the scoreboard. BOTTOM LEFT:
Gayle Stout works the ball upcourt. ABOVE: Alette johnson goes in for the lay-up.
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works her way to the goal. BOTTOM LEFT: Rochele Ware adds two against
USAO. BOTTOM RIGHT: jackie Eckels is triple teamed by the Fillies.
ABOVE: Alette johnson takes aim for
a shot against Phillips University.
RIGHT: Struggling for position, Kim
Kramer stretches to reach the ball
Bronchos Regain Winning Ways
After a successful start Central
State took its first loss of the season to
OU 56-82. Carrie Tucker led the
Bronchos with a high of 16 points. The
next two games against East Central and
Oklahoma Baptist saw a decline in the
performance. The Lady Bronchos lost
both times by less than 12 points,
bringing their season record down to 9-3.
Then in the Jennies Invitational
tournament Keely's team pulled out a
65-45 win over Missouri Southern, but
lost 78-84 to Central Missouri, who was
ranked sixth in the NCAA Division.
After two back-to-back wins over
Northeastern and Southeastern the Lady
Bronchos were ranked number two in the
NAIA. The Bronchos ended the season
winning ten of their last sixteen games,
making their overall record 23-11. Patty
Komalty was named All-District player,
while Gayle Stout lead the team in
scoring with 414 points for the year,
making her career total 1004. This made
her the all-time leading scorer at CSU.
ABOVE: Rochelle Ware uses her height to get the ball down court for the shot. RIGHT:
Freshman Leigh LeGrande works her way around a USAO guard.
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Eckels, Rochelle Ware, Connie Means and Lisa Spurlock. Back Row: Campbell, Carla Taggart, Peggy Pedigo, Patti Komalty, Cynthia
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at the Myriad. Above: Linda Dunham concentrates
on her breathing control in the 880. Left: Annette
Bieber attempts to pass the crowd for a lead in the
race. Annette placed seventh in the two mile. Other
Page: Carolyn Adebiyi pulls ahead in the last lap
of the 440 yard dash.
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to outreach her opponent. Far Right: Melinda
Newcomb serves to Panhandle State to pull
out a 15-11 win. if
Front left to right: Lisa Rogers, Joyce Ritz, Kim Edwards, Melinda Newcomb, Lisa Peppers, Denise
Dick and Paula Oliver. Not pictured - Karen Porter.
Denise Dick returns the ball back to Panhandle State
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Right: The women's tennis team: front row: Terry Rogue, Petra Hocerle,
Deana Nordmang back row: Kathy Mathis, Wendy Backstorm and Coach
Francis Baxter. Upper Right: Kathy Mathis reachs for a cross-court slice.
Above: Wendy Backstorm checks her opponents position.
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Above: Terry Rogue from the Philippines played at the number one position
in CSU's women's tennis. Right: Seconds before smashing the ball, Terry Rogue
positions herself for the hit.
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Central State, which at that time was
known as Central State College. Now he is
one of the foremost horse painters in the
His painting Cfacing pagej portrays
the sports that CSU participated in at that
time, most of which are not in the
curriculum now, 30 years later.
It originally was displayed in Want-
land Hall Stadium, but has been refound
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Tom Hollis, "The purpose of intramural
sports is to provide an opportunity for
every student to take an active part in
competitive sports and recreational
activities within the framework of
Hollis has directed the intramural
program for the past two years at Central
State and is also in charge of the
recreational program. Before coming to
CSU he coached and taught on the high
school level. He said, "My goal was to
coach at a college level. I knew it wasn't
just something you stepped into, so I
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Left To Right: Tracy Hill, Sharyl Kidd, Shari Smith, Denise
McElhaney, LaDonna Roberts, and Tammy Chapman.
Front Row: Stuart Case, Jody McElhaney, Karl Smith, Darrin
Landes, B. D. Kennedy, Back Row: Mark Spears, Greg Krueger, Guy
Graham, Leonardo Roger, and John Kern.
Women,s Intramural Basketball
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Upper Left: A Sig Kap pass is broken up by an Alpha Gam guard. Center
Left: It was a battle of the independents, as Melanie Dennett tries for a
GDI steal. Bottom Left: "Following the bouncing ball." Everyone scrambled
for position of the ball. Top Right: Lonestart huddle. Far Right: Polly Pitezel
sticks with the girl. Above: janet Krittenbrink shoots over the heads of Sig
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Rugged physical fitness, expertise in practical military
skills, confident leadership and teamwork are what the
Marauders are all about. The Marauders carry on the
commando tradition of the famed World War II "Merrills
Marauders." The Marauders are sponsored by the Military
Science Department. Full membership is open to all students
with a GPA of 2.0, who can meet the demanding standards of
dedication to excellence, physical fitness and applied leadership.
Each Marauder must pass the demanding Army Physical
Fitness Test, assume a leadership position, and take
responsibility for the effective management of the organization.
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Rachael Van Horn
ROTC Receives Honors
CPT Smith and Mrs. Ivy pin 2nd LTD bars on joel I
In a swearing-in ceremony,
LTC Case gives the oath of
2nd LTD to Joel Ivy and
Alvin Alcorn presents Rachael Van Horn with an academic
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LEFT itop to bottomj Robert E. Austin, Elizabeth
A. Black, Linda Matthews. ABOVE: Gloria J. Auth.
RIGHT ftop to bottomj Dr. Gail E. Balman,
Calvin Fairbanks, jouce Navarre.
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RIGHT: Laura Beaver, Darlene Scott, Anna Quesenberry and Art Robinson.
LEFT: Art Robinson, Carolyine Sauls, Dean Mills, David Anderson, Shirley
Lancastor, Carol Brewer, Will Roberts, and Gerri Pruitt.
LEFT: Art Robinson, Wanda Abbott Tina Pallard and Auclrey Sinclair,
Ginnie Keefover doesn't take kindly to interruptions while she works on the
Women's Sports and Intramurals pages. RIGHT: Marcie Everhart, however,
welcomes a break while she alphabetizes the Student section. She and Ginnie
also coordinated efforts for the Performing Arts section.
Keeping busy with the Club and Greek pages is
Twyla Cowan. Even though she worked on the staff
for only the fall semester, the FacultyfAdministra-
tion, Honors and Services sections got done.
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worked on the staff in the fall. Between completion
of Men's Sports pages he kept everyone entertained
with the 'educational' stories he told.
Chief Pop Corn Maker and slave driver,
Editor-in-Chief Sheryl Kudy, also keeps busy
creating Bronze Book pages.
Taking over the Men's Sports section in the spring
is Dwayne Long.
LEFT: Dr. Hoig, advisor, often helped with pages
before deadline. BELOW: Virginia Dodson and her
incredible typing ability saved the staff more than
Fall Staff: Barbara Boatman, Koni Overturf, Mike Sherman,
Dwayne Long, Robert Slankard, Donald DeVault, and Patricia
Uselton. RIGHT: Robert Slankard keys in his story to the VDT.
BELOW: Staff writer Mike Sherman peeks out his story before
deadline. BOTTOM RIGHT: Donald DeVau1t pastes up a layout
on the light table.
Assistant Editor ....... .......
Assistant Editor .......
Sports Editor ...........,...................
Advertising Manager ................,.
Paste-Up Artist X Circulation
Staff Writer .......
Director f Executive
. Dr. Ray Tassin
University, Edmond , Oklahoma
Editor ...................................... Donald D. DeVault
Copy Editor ............... ..... Barbara Boatman
Assistant Editor ,.... .,........... T wyla Cowan
Assistant Editor . ..,........,....... Christie Jo Lanham
Advertising Manager .....................
Paste-Up Artist X Circulation
Staff Writer .........,..........,..., .....
Photo Editor .... ......
Publisher ................. ..,...
Director f Executive
Editor ...................... .....
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Dr. Ray Tassin
. Hank Mooney
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Spring Staff: Todd Felker, Twyla Cowan, Tonia Sykes,
Mike Sherman, Glenda jackson, Beth Shumaker, and
Mark Spears. BELOW: Koni Overturf busily lays out
ads with the help of the light table. LEFT: Reading press
releases and checking facts keeps Tonia Sykes busy in
the Vista Office.
Photo Staff, L-R: jeff Duncan, jim Freiberger, Theresa
Gabrish, Sam Hendricks, Glenda Jackson, Mike
Schumacher, and L. Craig Clark,
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TOP: P.I.O. Staff, LEFT Front: Sally Kernell, Debbie jones, Susan Lane,
Eva Galipean, Rocky Northcutt. Front Right: Kathie Slutter. ABOVE:
Rocky Northcutt works on a news release. LEFT: Student secretary Debbie
jones helps keep the office together with her typing abilities.
First Row, L-R: Ed Adams, Tom Baker, Ben Savage, Lynn Dodson, John Suda,
Mark Prator. Second Row: Engrid Battle, Beverly Moore-Smith, Sue Boudreau,
Steve Barrett, Dot Miller, Lim Peacock. Third Row: Rick McAuliffe, Tammy
Payne, Brent Trice, and Rick Lippert.
ABOVE: KCSC Staff: Dr. Dunn, Doug Heaney,
Kent Anderson, Mark Spears, Phil Manning, Jim
Stroup, Darla Hodges, Kim Pruett, and Karen
Barnett. LEFT: Coleman Hall checks out
numbers for KCSC.
L-R: Dona Watermeier, Frankie Chapman, Patsy Fredenrich,
Peggy Myrick, Dorthy Mack, Joyce Franklin, and Peggy
L-R: Helen Thompson, Sherry Hancock, Eddie Ingram,
Annabelle Kennard, Judy Swisher, Joy Brown, Truman
Coffman, and Helen Crowley.
Admissions and Records
Front row: Linda Lofton, Jill Langston, Anthony Hunter, Dana Mantooth, Back row: Terri Ahinn, Debbie Dietz, Vicki
Hillhouse, Brenda Estes, Bobby Aguilar, Connie Walker.
Front row: Victor Cortes, Lee Kessinger, Rob jordan, Bruce Jackson. Middle row: Sheri Sweet, Becky Brooks, Susie Lute,
Jan Douglas, jackie Steinman, Barbara Anamon, Sharon Christenberry, Gaylynn Spear. Back row: Maithreyi Manoharan,
Michell Lash, Bill jenkin, Rebecca Owens, Sam Martin,
Student Health Center
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, Norma Rieker and Patrice Calvert.
Director David Polhemus, W. M. Ellis, Wanda Fox, Becky Mounger, Graham Bennett, Tom Willard, and Billy Stumbaugh.
Sch. of Spec.
Arts Gs Sci.
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Personnel Chief Engineer,
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Sec. Chemistry Sec. School
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Rose Marie Wright Christine Wheeler
Accounting Club 130, 131
A E Rho 164-165
Afro American Student Union 139
Alphi Chi 146-147
Alpha Lambda Delta 198, 199
Assoc. of Women Students 178, 179
Baptist Student Union 190, 191
Black Peer Center 140
Chemistry Club 173
Chi Alpha 192, 193
Chinese Student Union 141
College Republicans 133
East Hall 182, 183
Ebony Gospel Choir 138
Faculty Senate 160, 161
President's Club 177
RHA 180, 181
Sigma Alpha Eta 155
Sigma Delta Chi 166
Sigma Delta Pi 174, 175
Student Senate 162, 163
UCAB 158, 159
Wesley Foundation 189
West Hall 184, 185
Women in Communication 167
Young Democrats 171
First Americans 142, 143
High SchoolfCollege Relations 157
HPEER 168, 169
Kappa Delta Chi 150, 151
Management Club 134
Marketing Club 136, 137
Math Club 135
Mortar Board 152, 153
Murdaugh Hall 186, 187
Nigerian Student Union 144, 145
Nursing Club 170
Phi Alpha Theta 170
Phi Beta Lambda 132
Phi Eta Sigma 154
Pre Law 172
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Gamma Delta 196, 197
Kappa Alpha 198, 199
Phi Alpha 216, 217, 218
Tau Omega 214, 215
Sigma Theta 200, 201, 202
Zeta 203, 204, 205
Interfraternity Council 233
Kappa Alpha Psi 222, 223
Kappa Sigma 224, 225, 226
Panhellenic 212, 213
Phi Beta Sigma 230, 231
Sigma Gamma Rho 206, 207
Sigma Kappa 208, 209
Sigma Tau Gamma 219, 220, 221
Tau Kappa Epsilon 227, 228, 229
Bronze Book 370, 371
Chanel 2 376
Cheerleaders 264, 265
Concert Band 246, 247
Dixieland Band 244, 245
Fillies 252, 253
Flag Girls 255
Kaleidoscope 262, 263
Marching Band 250, 251
Mat Maids 266
Mens Glee Club 258
Mens Quartet 258
Old North Belles 258
Orchestra 242, 243
Photographic Services 374
Public Information Office 375
Stage Bands 248, 249
Tunesmiths 260, 261
Choir 256, 257
Vista 372, 373
Abbott, La Wanda 369
Abram, Dr. James 42
Adams, Jo Ann 42
Aguilar, Bobbie J. 378
Ahinn, Terri 378
Ahmad, Dr. Riaz 42
Alcorn, Alvin 37
Allen, Dr. Doug 42
Alsworth, Dr. Frances W. 42, 160
Anaman, Barbara 378
Anderson, David 369
Appleby, Grace 57
Armstrong, Buddy 290, 292, 294, 299
Arnold, Louisa G. 42
Atchley, Debbie 58
Aubrey, Robert H. 42
Austin, Robert E. 368
Auth, Gloria J. 368
Avellano, Dr. George 40, 160
Bache, Maj. William H. 42
Bachi, Michael 42
Bachi, Naomi 58
Bailey, Peggy 377
Baker, Dr. James F. 42, 176
Ball, Dr. Phil 42, 160
Balman, Gail E. 368
Barry, Carol 56
Barstow, Don 42
Baxter, Francis D. 42, 320, 344
Beasley, Raymond E. 42
Beasley, Dr. Stewart R. 42
Beaver, Laura 369
Beavers, Dr. Lorren H. 40
Beckham, Dr. Joe W. 42
Beeson, Jack 58
Bennett, Graham 379
Berger, Dr. Elizabeth 42
Billen, Dorothy 57
Black, Elizabeth 42
Black, Dr. Kathleen 42, 153,
Bleakley, Ernest 42
Bodin, Norma 43
Boland, Lillian 42
Bond, Mary 57
Bottger, Dr. Joan E. 43
Boyce, Dr. Donald J. 40
Breazeale, Carl E. 43
Brewer, Carol 369
Brewster, Dr. James H. 43
Bristow, Donald G. 43
Brooks, Becky 378
Brothers, Dr. John E. 43
Brown, Dr. Bobby 43
Brown, Joy 377
Bryan, Dr. Alvin 43
Bryant, Carole 40
Buckallew, Fritz 56 -
Butler, John L. 43
Cage, John H. 40
Caire, Dr. Bill 45
Caldwell, Cheryl 380
Caldwell, Jean 58
Camblin, Beth 379
Campbell, William E. 43
Carlin, Gordon E. 43
Carlson, Glenda 57
Carlstone, Dr. Darry S. 40
Carney, Sharon 44
Case, Lt. Col. James W. 40
Cassens, Dr. Patrick 36
Chance, Dr. David 44
Chandler, Morrisine E. 44
Chapel, Nimrod 58
Chapman, Frankie 377
Chastain, Helen 380
Chen, Dr. Jin T. 44
Christenberry, Sharon 378
Clark, Cavannah 44
Clark, Dr. Howard 44, 137
Clemons, Kerry 44
Coby, Dr. Malcom 44
Cochran, Dr. Eugene 44
Coffman, Moody L. 44
Coffman, Truman 59, 377
Coker, Dr. Homer 40
Coleman, Cynthia 44
Collins, Dr. Edward 44, 161
Connelly, Shirley 44
Cortes, Victor 378
Coundiff, Deborah 57
Courtney, Judy 380
Cox, Evalyn 57
Crowley, Helen 377
Crozier, Leroy 40
Curl, Kenneth 44
Curtis, Ron 56
Cutler, Geraldine 380
Daniels, Carrie 380
Davis, Dr. Max O. 44
Davis, Sue 381
DeMand, William 381
Deskin, Dr. Jack 161
Detweiler, Doris 57
Dever, Dr. William T. 44
DiBartolo, Edith 44
Dietz, Debbie 378
Dillon, Robert M. fDr.j 44
Dodson, Virginia D. 371, 381, 400
Dotson, Dr. C. DeWayne 44
Douglas, Jan 378
Douglas, Dr. William 44
Dowd, Dr. Karen 44, 161
Downing, Dr. Carl 44
Drennon, Betty 57
Dronberger, Dr. Gladys 151
Duffy, Dr. Donald 44
Duke, Douglas J. 44
Duncan, Dr. Ben 44
Duncan, Evelyn 160
Duncan, Dr. Hall F. 44
Dunham, Pete 59
Dunn, Chief Jim 59
Dunn, Michael 59, 165
Eaton, Dr. Marina 44, 161
Ebeling, Dr. Harry 44
Edison, Elizabeth 57
Edwards, Frank T. 45
Eisel, Joyce 45
Elliott, Dr. Mary 45
Ellis, Will 379
Elsner, Dr. Kenneth 40, 161
Estes, Brenda 378
Ewing, Ruby 45
Fairbanks, Calvin 368
Farris, Dr. Howard H. 45
Felts, Joyce 369
Fields, Robert 59
Finney, Dr. Frank 39
Fisher, Dr. Bill 39
Fisher, Mary Alice 45
Fister, Nelda 45
Fitzgerald, Donald G. 45
Flansburg, Margaret 46
Forshee, Ruthie 57
Fortenberry, Dr. Ed 40
Ford, Dr. Bonny 151
Ford, Thomas 46
Foster, Dr. Larry 40
Franklin, Joyce 377
Fox, Wanda 379
Fredenrich, Patsy 377
Freeman, Joyce 381
Freeman, Nelda 381
Freeman, Patti 46
Frosch, Dr. Dorothy 46
Frow, Dr. Frank 46
Fullgraff, Herman E. 46
Gaddis, Dr. Woody 46
Gaffney, Dr. Doreatha 46
Gardner, Dr, Barbara W. 47
Gardner, Dr. Clarence E. 40
Garrett, Sue 380
George, Dr. John H. 47
Giles, Dr. Herbert 136
Gilliland, Dr. Lonnie 40
Goodman, Sue Ann 47
Goodno, Dr. Floyd R. 47
Green, Dr. Donald 40
Griffin, Norma 57
Groves, Bobbie 36
Grosz, Dr. Fred 47, 173
Grow, Dr. Engel 47
Guild, Dr. Thomas E. 47, 133,
Guilliand, Darrell 58
Guinn, Donna 368
Guthrie, Cal F. 47
Guthrie, Peggy J. 47
Hall, Dennie 47, 160
Hamilton, Dr. Margaret W. 47
Hammack, Diane 47
Hancock, Marie 37
Hancock, Sherrie 58, 377
Hankey, Dr. Samuel L. 47
Harrison, Dr. Thieron P. 47
Hart, David 39
Hawkins, Donna A. 47
Hawkins, Tom 40
Helberg, Dr. Donald H. 47
Hellstern, Eugene J. 47
Hembree, Dr. Charles 40
Henderson, Dr. Mary Ann 47
Henton, Dorothy 380
Herbrand, Muriel A. 48
Hervey, Patricia 48
Hicks, Dr. Lee
Hiland, Mary 57
Hildred, Dr. William 48, 161
Hill, Ed 56
Hill, Dr. Jerry 48
Hillhouse, Vicki 378
Hines, Donald E. 48
Hocker, Dr. Reginald D. 48
Hoig, Dr. Stan 48, 58, 371, 400
Hornish, Ruth 380
Horton, Dr. Terry 40
Howard, Gary 48, 282, 286
Huddleston, Claudia 36
Hunt, Bobby Lynn 48, 317, 318
Hunter, Anthony 378
Hurd, Shirley 48, 160
Hutchinson, Dr. John W. 48
Hyde, Dean F. 49
Hyde, Travis 49
Ingram, Eddie 377
Irby, Leilani 49
Irving, Dr. Lewis H. 49
Isaac, Dr. Margaret P. 49, 153
Jackson, Bruce 378
James, David 302, 308
Jacob, Dr. Clyde T. 37
Jenkins, William 58, 378
Johnson, Arnell 41
Johnson, Dr. Imogene T. 49
, Dr. William A. 49
Jones, Gladys 57
Jones, Kim S8
Jones, Dr. Randall J. 49
Jordan, Rob 378
Keely, John 339
Kennard, Annabelle 377
Kessinger, Lee 378
Kidwell, Dr. J. Kent 49, 250, 251
King, Bonnie 56
King, Dr. John P. 49
King, Virginia W. 49
Kirby, Dena 380
Kirby, Paul L. 49
Kness, Dr. Darlene 148
Knight, Dr. Mike J. 41
Kremm, Dr. Diane D. 176
Kunc, Kathryn K. 41
Lamb, Dr. Virginia 41
Lancastor, Shirley 369
Land, Deanna 36, 148
Landrum, David L. 49
Langston, Jill 378
Lash, Michell 378
Lawson, Jeananne 49
Leckie, Dr. Thomas C. 49
Lee, Dr. Melvin L. 49
Lehman, Dr. Paul R. 49
Leonard, Sandra R. 49
Lewis, Toni 57
Lillard, Dr. Bill 19, 34, 35
Lipp, Dr. Kathleen W. 49
Lofton, Linda 378
Lolly, Dr. John 56, 59, 160
Loman, Dr. LaVerne 49
Lucas, Mickey 35
Luetkemeyer, Mark 56, 161
Lute, Susie 378
Luxenburg, Dr. Joan 49, 161
Lynch, Anne G. 49, 160
Lynd, Dr. Albert
Lyon, Mildred H. 41
Mack, Dorothy 377
Mack, Dr. Fred D. 49
Mahowald, Chris 57
Manoharan, Maithreyi 378
Mandagere, Dr. Subr B. 49, 161
Manning, Doylene 57
Mansfield, Joy 380
Mantooth, Dayna 378
Marks, Dr. L. W. 49
Martin, Charlsie A. 57
Martin, Dr. David L. 49
Martin, Rosemarie 57
Martin, Sam 378
Marotte, Dr. Dorothy 49
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Matthews, Mozelle 369
Maxwell, Dr. Colene 41
Maxwell, Willie 59
Mengel II, Dr. Ralph H. 50, 160
Mercer, Larry 59
Meyerrose, Glenn 50
Miller, Barbara 57
Miller, Norma P. 50, 161
Miller, Ron 160
Mills, Dean 369
Mills, Dr. Dorothy R. 50
Mitchell, Joyce 57
Mitchell, Dr. Richard 36
Montgomery, Wanda 57
Mooney, Orvial CHankJ 50
Moore, Rita 369
Morgan, Ruby 59
Mounger, Becky 379
Morishige, Teruo 50
Mulcahy, Dr. George J. 50
Mullins, Dr. Dale 39
Munn, Helen 36
Murdock, Charles 276
Myers, Dr. Cheryl 50
Myers, Dr. Gertrude A. 50, 160
Myrick, Peggy 377
McBride, Gene 41, 161
McCawley, Glemma 56
McCormick, Al 161
McCoy, Janice K. 49
McGee, Sue 56, 160
McGinnis, Dr. Patrick E. S0
McGrath, Karen K. 50
McGregor, Dr. Marjorie 50
McMaster, Captain James 50
McPhail, Dr. Gene D. 50, 161
McReynolds, Maxine 381
Navarre, Joyce 161
Newman, Dr. Earl N. SO, 151
Nichols, Doris 379
Noley, James 59, 142
Norman, Barbara 41
Olbert, Francis G. 50
Osburn, Dr. John D. 51
Osgood, Emmett 41
Parker Hank 381
Parker Roxie 57
Parker Dr. William D. 51, 227
Patton, Lucille 39
Perry, Dr. James 39, 160
Peters, Andrew 56
Peters, Dr. Virginia 51, 160
Peterson, Royce H. 51
Phillips, Ann L. 51
Phillips, Bonnie 381
Phillips, Dr. Emmet L. 51
Pinkston, Dr. Gerry C. 51, 327,
Pittman, Kitty 56
Pledger, Gerald 58
Poe, Edith V. 51
Pokorny, Jan P. 51
Polhemus, David 379
Polk, Lenorah S1
Pollard, Tina 369
Potts, Frankie 57
Powell, Jean 369
Powell, Marvin L. 52
Prize, Lou 369
Pruitt, Gerri 369
Puffinbarger, Dr. Loy E. S2
Purdy, John 56
Quensenberry, Anna 369
Quickle, Ethel 41
Roach, Paul E. 52
Roberson, Dr. Jere W. 52, 161
Roberts, James 339
Roberts, Monty 52
Roberts, Sandra 379
Roberts, Virginia 57
Roberts, Will 369
Roberts, William H. 52
Robinson, Arthur 369
Roby, Richard L. 52
Rogers, Jimmie L. 52
Rose, Lee V. 52
Roseman, Mary 58
Ross, Glen E. 52
Rote, James W. 52
Roth, Kenneth E. 52
Rotzingwr, Wadad H. 52
Rountree, Wadie J. 53
Rowland, Dr. Roy C. 53, 155
Russell, Dr. G. 53
Russell, Norman 160
Russell, Dr. Sheldon 53
Rutherford, Dr. Shelley H. 53
Ryan, Dr. Barbara 37
Ryan, Dr. Dudley 36, 177
Rylander, Carolyn 56
Samaras, John 160
Sauls, Carolyine 369
Schibbelhute, Koveta 380
Schneider, Dr. Irmgard 53
Scott, Darlene 369
Scott, Elizabeth R. 53
Scott, Jerry D. 53
Sears, Dr. Donna K. 53
Shaaf, Dr. Mohammad 53
Shane, Dr. Don G. 53
Shanks, Frances A. 53, 262
Sharp, Wilma 381
Shirley, Dr. Michael 153
Sinclair, Audrey 369
Simmons, Charles 54
Simons, Franklin W. 54, 161
Singleton, Royce A. 54
Sisson, Dr. Jack 54
Sites, Kathryne 380
Smith, Dr. Coleman
Smith, Dan 59, 400
Smith, Cpt. John N. Jr. 54
Smith, Neta 380
Smith, Dr. Terrill D. 54
Smith, Dr. Warren 41, 54
Sokell, Gary 54
Sowers, Bill S6
Spear, Gaylynn 378
Speiser, Phyllis 380
Spencer, Renee 57
R. 54, 227,
Owens, Dr. Glenda K. 51, 160 Radar, Maj. William 52
Owens, Jackie 51 Radke, Dr. William J. 52
Owens, Pauline 1. 51, 146 Ralph, Dr. Bobbie J. 52
Owens, Rebecca 378 Ralston, Wendell E. 52
Owens, Wallace 51 Reaves, SGM William 52
Paddock, Dr. Ronald 58
Pantier, John 58
Parent, Paul G. 51
Park, Joe 58
Parker, Carl M. 51
Parker, Clarence M. 41
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Reherman, Carl 35, 93
Rettke, Lynda 35
Ribera, Vernon R. 52
Rice, Dr. Earl C. 52
Rice, Dr. Loree M. 52
Rice, Dr. Odus W. 52
Richardson, Dr. Verlinv H. 52, 160
Richmond, Dr. Charles H, 52
Ritz, Nancy 381
Sprung, Dr. Douglas C. 54
Steinman, Jackie 378
Stephens, Dr. Frances 55
Steward, James E. 54
Stewart, Valerie 57
Stockwell, William F. 54
Stough, Vicki 56
Strong, Dr. Roger W. 54
Stumbaugh, Billy 379
Stumbaugh, Dr. Charles C. 54,
Sullivan, Dr. Richard L. 54
Sweet, Sheri 378
Swisher, Judy 377
Tassin, Dr. Ray 41
Taylor, Dr. M. Ruth 55
Theyel, Wanda 381
Thompson, Helen 377
Thornton, Phyllis 55
Thrash, Dr. Jimmie F. 55, 161
Tisserand, Dr. Charles A. 55
256, 259, 360
Trittipo, Tom 55
Truout, Dr. Verdine E. 55
Troxel, Imogene 56
Tuepker, Janet 381
Voss, Wanda 36
Vandever, Carl 55
Van Osdol, Dr. William R. 55
Wagnon, John CSkipJ 59, 160
Voit, Irene 56
Walker, Connie 378
Wallo, William M. 55
Ward, joseph S9
Ward, Norma 57
Warren, Dr. Clifton 41
Waterman, Dr. Darwin E. 55
Watermeier, Dona 377
Watson, Allen A. 55
Weatherford, J. W. 41
Webb, Dr. David D. 55
Dr. Mack R. 55
Wert, Dr. Frank 41
Wert, Lynette SS
Westerman, Dr. john E. 55
Westmorland, Dr. Larry 41
Wheeler, Christina 381
Whipple, Dr. Charles M. S5
Willard, Tom 379
Williams, Larry 37
Williamson, Kathy 59
Wilson, Wanda 55
Woodberry, Regina A. 55
Woolridge, Clarence E. 55
Wright, John 59
Wright, Rose Marie 381
Yates, Dr. james A. 55, 135
Younker, Dr. Donna L. 55
Achison, Ernie 259
Acker, Gary 168
Acquaye, Raphael 103
Adams, Don 86
Adams, Ed 114, 164, 165 376
Adams, Laurie 97
Adams, Lisa 177
Adebanjo, Foluso 125
Adebiyi, Carolyn 104, 341
Adeniyi, james 104
Ajayi, Samuel 125
Akers, Dian 86
Akinbobla, Simi 97
Akinrinlola, Morakinyo 104
Akins, Tony 352, 355
Akinyemi, Tunde 125
Akpan, Samuel 86
Akinade, Matthew 114
Akins, Tony 114, 216
Alao, Samuel Ekundayo 93
Albert, Povi 142
Albright, Guy 176
Alder, Abimbola 125
Aldrich, Roxie 114
Alford, Brent 231, 291, 297, 299
Alexander, Gerard 308
Alexander, Lyle 114
Anderson, Debbie 254
Anderson, Emily 104
Anderson, Kent 97, 376
Anderson, Lucinda 114
Andrews, Anthony 296, 298, 299
Aninwene, joy C. 114
Applegarth, Vicki 221
Arbuckle, Linda 269
Armstrong, Dawn 86
Armstrong, Deborah 114, 210, 211
Armstrong, Rodney 224, 225, 226
Arnold Rex 104
Ansari, Iran 114
Ansari, Mansour 114
Ansley, Lori 104
Archer, Carla 86
Arfield, Russell 104
Sherri Ann 62, 104, 177,
Adeosun, Oluyemi 114
Aduddell, David 302, 303, 306,
Adsit, Jimmy 171
Agorua, Bernard 104
Agusi, Ezekiel 97
Aguero, Sandra 114
Ahmed, Deana 104
Ahmed, Kazi 97
Ahmed, Maha 97
Ajao, Bioye Akeem 104
Ajau, Oladele 97
, Greg 225, 226
, Lauren 21, 197
Allen, Mark 86, 302, 304, 308, 309
Allen, Paulette 114, 139, 201
Allen, T. Lee 86, 171, 228
Alsip, Mark 308
Alston, Steve 215, 352
Ameen, Bill 114
Amos, Nancy 221
rson, Adys 174
rson, David 21, 227, 158-9
Arne, Ralph 322
Aryaee, Mohamad jafari 125
Ashley, Annett 114
Ashley, Merle 308
Astle, Gary 301, 302, 307, 308
Astley, Sandra 86
Aston, George 134
Asubiojo, Sammy 104
Auchenbach, Roger 86
Austin, Bob 27
Austin, Steven 114, 222, 290, 296, 299
Avery, Steve 229
Avey, Belinda 151
Backstrum, Wendy 103, 344
Baranek, Liz 86
Blandon, Charmayne 115, 198
Badawi, Effat 114
Bahman, Arani 125
Baker, Tom 376
Bailey, Bob 319
Bailey, Steve 86
Baldwin, Kevin 322
Balkenbush, jim 104
Balogun, Idiat 97
Balva, Anil 136
Banks, Dwain 286
Banta, Winston 86, 158, 159, 265
Begley, Steve 97
Bell, Carl 86
Bell, Dyane 86
Bell, Scott 86
Bell, Tom 239
Bennett, Donna 115, 166
Bridges, Todd 86, 189
Brintnall, Shirley 98, 132, 254, 255
Britto, Christopher 173
Brook, ElizabethAnn 62
Brooks, George 138
Brothers, Tremea 86
Broussand, Roy 173
Bennett, Sharon 86
Bentley, Karen 97, 167, 266, 271
Berene, Rhonda 97
Berglund, Patrick 104, 180, 181
, Sheila 86
Barfield, Russell 78
Barnett, Barney 97
Barnett, Karen 376
Barnett, Norma 104
Barret, Debbie 168
Barrett, Steve 376
Barton, Michael 97
Batary, Scott 114
Basse, D. J. 168
Bassman, Gurdev 173
Bales, Liana 142
Bates, Lenora 114
Bates, Liana 115
Battles, Carl P. 62, 261
Baumgarner, Sherri 189
Baze, Kurt 308, 315
Baze, Scott 227
Boye, LuAnn 115
Beard, James 97
Beary, Troy 359
Beaty, jamye 104
Bernard, Tammy 256
Berry, James 86, 111, 139
Berry, Ken 86, 308
Best, Jeff 352
Betterton, Deborah 86
Beutler, Mark 97, 182
Bhukta, Govinou A. 136
Bieber, Anette 341
Bigbee, Linda 86
Biglow, Keith 104, 216
Billinger, Joni 167, 205, 271
Bingham, Stephanie 86
Birdshead, Judy 142
Biswas, Abhijit 125
Black, Danny 333, 339
Black, Eric 86
Black, Lisa 97
Black, Ron 318, 319
Blackaby, Boyd 243
Blackshire, Donnie 104
Blackwell, Lea 104
Blair, John 308
Blanchards, Roesmary 189
Bland, Adrian 104, 139, 201, 222, 223
Blandon, Larita 198
Bledsoe, Sharon 97
Blohowiak, Mary Ann 176
Boatman, Barbara 104, 134, 372
Bogher, Lisa 192
Brown, Bill 168
Brown, Brenda 201
Brown, Kathy 115
Brown, Lisha 327
Brown, Meagan 205
Brown, Renea 178, 210, 211
Richi 29, 72, 126, 227, 228
Brown, Robert 86
Brown, Scott 133
Brown, Tammy 115
Brown, Zina 86
Brownell, Tabe 104
Brunette, Glen 173
Bryan, Brett 98
Bryant, Jim 115
Bruner, Aaron 286
Bryant, Lee Ann 98, 266
Buchanan, Barbara 170
Buddy Broncho 31
Burge, Shelley 98, 168
Burleigh, Veletta 73, 86, 138
Buller, Charlotte 150
Burney, Clifford 286
Burns, Dennis 115
Burns, Donald 322
Burris, Garnetta 86
Burruss, John 115
Burton, Len 98
Busch, Paul 166
Bush, Terri 199
Buss, Rodney 86, 308, 315
Butler, David 104, 215
Butler, joseph S. 98
Buttry, john 86, 133
Beaty, Troy 86
Beavers, Brooks 86
Beck, Dawnda 97, 190
Becker, Sherri 97, 168, 327
Becknell, Willa 86
Beemer, Debbie 205, 220
Beemer, Kelli 71, 213
Begley, Allison 97
Begley, Jeff 104
Bogle, Dale 220
Bohlman, Gret 97
Bolerjack, John T. 176
Boling, David 132
Bollenbach, Rick 97, 302
Bond, John 227
Bonner, Gail 223
Bonner, Gina 198
Bonner, Lisa 193
Bordine, Shawn 170
Borelli, jan 115
Boschen, Henry 136
Boston, Pamela 115
Boswell, David 104
Boudreau, Sue 376
Bowen, Gloria 198
Bowman, Cliff 225
Bowen, Gloria 198
Boyd, Charles 363
Boyd, Iva 86
Boyd, jeff 299
Boyd, Sue 115
Boyd, Tammy 97
Boye, LuAnn 115
Bracken, Jimmy 308, 313, 314, 315
Bracken, Susan 115, 168, 327
Braden, Piper 98
Bradford, Caroline 104, 156, 181, 187
Byler, Threasa 21, 31, 86
Lorraine 1 2 5
Cafky, Jean 268
Caldwell, Rico 231
Caldwell, Terri 104
Callahan, Shannon 176
Cameron, Myrna 168
Cameron, Ron 269
Campbell, Clytee 62, 115, 14
Campbell, Teresa 337, 339
Bob 168, 286
Campos, Palmira 136
Canavesio, David 104
Canfield, Cathy 157
, Alan 227
Cannon, Randy 227, 233
, Derwin 280, 282
Cantley, Mike 308
Caraway, Karen 77
Carey, Deborah 86
Carmichael Scott 98, 157, 168, 182
Bradford, Linda 98
Bradley, Darrell 86
Bradshaw, Wendy 86
Bragg, Lisa 104
Braggs, Clifford 104
Bramble, Karen 98
Branch, Ed 286
Bratt, Erin 115
Brauser, Lynne 77
Bray, Kathi 86, 114, 204
Breath, jo 104
Bremer, Kamilla 155
Brewster, jamie 115
Bridges, Burnelle 104, 131
Bridges, Christi 86, 190
Carney, Rita 138
Carollo, Connie 97
Carpenter, Anthony 308
Carpenter, Cham 282, 286
Carpenter, Crystal 115, 327,
Carpenter, Steve 216
Carr, Chetti 78, 98, 286
Carr, Marcus 286
Carroll, Dietra 104
Carter, Grover 98
Carter, Jacquelyn 29, 104
Carter, Mary 115
Cary, Gregory 125
Case, Stuart 133, 352
Castellano, Peter 170
Caster, Sherry 104, 190
306, 307, 308, 309
Collins, Alva 88
Collins, Christine 62
Collins, Floyd 168
Collins, J. Paul 105, 228
Collyer, Mike 97
Colwell, Kevin 115, 177, 192, 193
Combs, Keith 302
Combs, Trena 174
Coney, Anne 88
Conklin, Laura 88
Connor, Clyde 88
Conway, janet 115
Cook, Manuel 88, 193
Cooke, Mike 163, 227
Castro, Mario 104
Cates, Marc 157
Caunar, Maurene 133
Causey, Wade 286, 319
Cedeno, Charlie 308, 315
Celeston, Teresa 206
Cearfoss, Lynda 62, 156, 203,
Chambers, David 104, 251
Champlain, Tom 168
Chapman, Tammy 190, 352
Charter, Timothy 131
Chartney, Janet 168
Chastain, Katherine 86
Checotah, Cerphenia 87
Chen, Ming 125
Chen, Philip 125
Chergey, Richard 286
Chinn, Lisa 104
Chowdhury, Enam 87
Christian, Ehukah 104
Christianson, Carmen 227
Christianson, Cathy 25, 100,
Chu, Hsiao Fan 141
Chukwuma, Paul 104, 145
Chwalek, Margaret 87
Clark, Barry 227
Clark, Craig 123, 125, 374
Clark, Donna 190
Clayton, Dale 105, 308
Claxton, Kelly 87
Clifton, Nita 97
Clouse, Todd 97
Cochran, Sherry 253
Coe, Kathy 105
Coffey, Bryan 115, 286
Coker, Melissa 87
Coker, Timothy 87
Colbert, Donna 223
Colby, Patricia 231
120, 177, 359, 363
Coleman, Benny 105, 266, 300, 302, 304, 305,
Cooper, Carol 115
Cooper, Cathy 155
Cooper, Delores 88
Cooper, jeff 220
Cooper, Mary Beth 170
Cooper, Tracy 209
Copeland, Boone 286
Copeland, Dana 172
Copeland, Linda Lee 63, 105,
Cord, Chris 251
Corkle, Cherly 105
Cottrell, Nancy 115
Cowgill, Cris 224
Countess, Bonnie 115
Courtney, Patrick 105, 136
Cowan, Rhonda 105
Cowan, Twyla 115, 166, 190,
Cozadd, Diana 88
Crabb, Jim 105
Craig, Cheryl 357, 359, 363
Crawford, Karen 131
Crawford, Lori 197, 213, 221
Crittenden, Bonnie 209
Crocker, Amy 25, 204, 221
Crocker, Kaye 105
Cross, Connie 170
Cudjoe, Phyllis 97
Cumbie, Kenneth 115
Cummins, Roger 176
Cunningham, james 88
Curleychief, Willie 142, 308,
Curnutt, Liz 115, 170
Currie, Gloria 198
Daberry, Anja 98
Dakudao, Raymond 320
Danley, Margery 37
Dannell, john 105
Dao, Thu Nguyen 174
Darnell, Joni 115
Datoo, Arifali 105, 320
Daugherty, Togy 286
Davenport, Kevin 308
Davenport, Mark 134
Davey, Michele 18
David, Brenda 243
David, Lee 302
Daviee, Kelli 131
Davis, Donna 209
Davis, Gary 142
Davis, Kerri 138
Davis, Kim 75, 76, 197, 221
Davis, Lynne 251
Davis, Marcia 98
Davis, Rhett 267
Davis, Robert 131
Davis, Rodney 18, 19, 286
Shari 79, 88, 252
Dawkins, Craig 182
Daylor, Lynn 177, 308
Deal, Gayle 100, 262, 263
Dean, Deborah 217
Debies, Dorothy 201
Delaney, Michael 88
DeLonais, Shelley 98
370, 373, 400
Deltoas, Dee 142
Dempewolf, Edward 88
Dempsey, Deborah 88
Dennett, Melanie 98, 172, 181, 187, 353
Denton, jim 131
Depe, Kent 182
Deritt, Timothy Wayne 63, 80, 105, 177
Desherow, Ed 286
Descher, Annette 88
DeVault, Don 116, 372
Dever, Dana 98
Diacon, Delma 105, 190
Dick, Denice 105, 168, 342, 343
Dickens, Anthony 299
Dickson, Syd 177, 188
Dillon, Vicki 88
Dinkins, David 105, 139, 172
Dinnocenzo, Tina 105
Doakes, Garfield 88, 206
Dockery, Beverly 105
Dodd, Cleve 136
Dodd, Nancy 106, 136
Dodson, Lynn 376
Doke, Hester 88
Dolese, Paula 88
Dolezal, Ruth Ann 88
Doll, Lauri 168
Domagola, Sue 106
Domiquez, Jose 173
Donaldson, Dee 88
Dono, james 106
Douglas, Martin 227, 251
Douglas, Mike 88
Doughty, Lori 73, 88
Dowdy, Wangelia 210, 211
Downey, Ann 98
Drain, Mary 116
Drake, Devin 88
Dreadfulwater, Franky 78, 88, 103, 308
Driskill, Mike 142
Dudge, Jessica 327
Due, Lisa 106
Dugger, Rick 225
Duncan, Jeff 374
Dunn, Armond 98
Dunnam, Terrell 138
Dunham, Linda 341
Dunlap, Darla J. 63, 116
Dunlap, Dorothy 174
Dunn, jon 227
Duran, Carl 25, 106
Duran, Donna 174
Eboh, Edmund 106
Ebohl, Ignatius 98
Eckels, Jackie 106, 332, 333,
Eddins, Neal 225, 226
Edgmon, Chris 106
Edwards, jenny 106
334, 336, 339
Edwards, Kim 106, 342, 343
Efochie, Geoffrey 98
Efunnuga, Aderinsola 116
Einest, Ugochukuu 134
Ejogu, Nwaeju 125
Ekpo, Nsima 106
Ekanem, Felix 106
Elenya, Monday 106
Eleonu, Chinyere 98, 145
Elliott, Carol 98
Elliott, Hal 165
Ellis, Bonnie 89
Ellis, Cynthia 231
Elzey, Kathy 89
Emery, Cheral 89
Emmah, Iri 125
Enekere, Asuquo 116
Engel, James 224, 352
English, Melody 168
Fine, Joe T. 82
Finley, William 106, 201
Finney, Brenda 116, 139, 210, 211
First, Jackie 189
Fisher, Debra 63, 106, 156, 184, 200,
Fisher, Michael 89
Fischer, Tami 209, 213
Fitzgibbon, Mary Jo 116, 171
Flanagan, Lisa 89
Flannel, Gerry 286
Foister, Sherrie 89
Ford, Amy 98
Forsythe, Trish 174, 176
Foster, Cynthia 116, 325, 339
Foster, Curt 231, 299
Fowler, Jenny 10-, 167, 197, 261, 270, 271
Fraker, Phillip 131
Francis, Jennie 106, 156, 167, 271
Francis, Terrie 106
Epley, Gina 25
Erwin, Alan 89, 308
Erwin, Eddie 308, 312
Etuk, Etuk Okon 116
Evans, Lois 151
Evans, Tracy 158, 159
Everhart, Marcie 18, 89, 370, 400
Francisco, Andre 243
Frank, Melissa 98
Franklin, Darrell 89, 231
Franks, Joretta 190
Frazier, Lamont 142, 308, 315
Free, Michele 89
Freeman, Eric A. 53, 139, 177, 222, 223
Ezeani, Chukwudi 116
Ezeobi, Innocent 116
Ezugha, O. Austin 126
Fairchild, Lorna 359, 362
Fallah, Thomas 116
Freeman, Jeff 322
Freeman, Jenifer 89
Freiberger, Jim 374
Frick, Brenda 106, 168
Fried, Kathy 116
Frymire, Brenda 170
Fuller, Rosetta 89
Futch, Keith 89
Farmer, Charla 106
Farmer, Lisa 98, 139, 157, 167
Farmer, Lori 89
Farrell, Narcie 187
David 225, 226, 233
Felker, Todd 373
Ferguson, Michelle 116
Kevin 302, 305
Fife, Cynthia 231
Filer, Julie 106
Filer, Richard 126
Gabbert, Barry 181
Gabel, Annette 168
Gabrish, Theresa 89, 374
Gaddis, Bea 98
Gales, Kay 106
Galipean, Eva 178, 375
Gallant, Mike 190, 259, 261
Gann, Sandy 116, 132, 152, 153
Gandy, Robin 106
Gann, Sandy J. 63
Gannaway, Karolyn 255, 271
Garrett, June 98, 148
Garrett, Diane McCulley 116
Garrison, Kimberly 89, 190, 260
Garside, Colleen 126, 159
Gaskins, Patty 215
Gates, Kay 77
Gates, Stanley 116
Gay, Marlon 286
Gblah, John 126
Geary, Ron 308
Gebur, Michael 359
Gentry, LaGail 89
George, Genel 106, 190
Gerah, Rie 73, 197
Gerald, Scott 182
Giachino, Phil 291, 296, 297, 299
Gigse, Cathie 131
Giles, Maurice 174
Gilliam, Kevin 222
Gilliaume, Tom 286
Gilstrap, Betty 174
Girodano, Kim 134
Gist, Janet 263
Gladden, Ken 89
Glass, Kimberly 116, 147, 192, 19
Glendinning, Martin 267
Glenn, Cheryl 89
Glenn, Marilyn 106
Godpower, Iyk 144
Goff, Melissa 89
Goodrich, Bill 176
Gordon, Kelley 157, 177, 227
Gordon, Scott 268
Gore, Arva 136
Gorman, David 89
Gotschall, Randy 106
Goudreau, Jeffrey 155
Grabow, Geoffrey 89
Graham, Guy 89, 352
Graham, Levert 131
Grass, Jean 126
Grayson, Freda 90
Green, Cheryl 90
Green, Ted 220
Greene, Rickey 106, 286
Greenfield, Shawn 106, 227
Gregory, Joanie 90, 260
Gregory, Sheila 106
Greenhoward, O. J. 98, 138, 206
Greeson, Jetta 178
Griffen, Ann 190
Griffey, Scotty 135, 226
Griffin, Derrick 106
Griffin, Lana 90, 231
Griffin, Ray 126, 286
Henderson, Robert 216
Henderson, Willie 280
Henson, Della 253
Herndon, Gloria 90
Herring, Glory 198
Herring, Trina 99
Helt, Theresa 90
Henderson, Cheri 116
Ifeorah, Uchenna 108
Saturday 117, 126
Ikpa, Anthony 99
Ikwuezunma, Ijezie 99
Ilomechine, Joel 99
Inskeep, Keith 134
Inyang, Clement 99
Ise, Kanako 117
Grigsba, Nancy 98, 205, 213
Grilley, Mike 233
Grimes, Linda 155
Grinnell, Marjorie 126
Gudenburr, Lynn 25
Guffey, Jerry 116
Guillory, Theresa Rene 64, 8
Guinn, Donna 174
Guinn, Shelby Todd 106
Guy, Steve 168
Haff, Lee 90, 286
Hahn, Debbie 21, 106
Halberg, Sharon 176
Hale, Hugh 165
Hall, Coleman 376
Hall, Craig 315
Herrod, Clyde 106
Henderson, Frank 116, 298, 299
Henderson, William 106, 286, 288
Hendricks, Sam 374
Hensinger, Denise 99
Henson, Della 99, 159, 178
Henson, Lisa 126
Henson, Nita 99
Hill, Amy 152
Hill, Kaye 218
Isham, Cynthia 108, 223
Ivy, Joel 360, 361
Ivey, Dana 99, 177, 252
Jackson, Don 134
Jackson, Eloise 138
Jackson, Glenda 99, 373, 734
Hill, Sandra 90
Hill, Tracey 126, 135, 352
Hill, Jana 126
Hill, Jaree 18, 19, 90
Hill Jim 116
Hill Judd 116
Hill Kay Lynn 99
Hill Marty 225
Hill Sharon 198
Hillburn, Juanita 28, 108, 186, 187
Hall, John 154
Hall, Willi 285
Hamilton, Billy 189
Hamilton, Ed 106
Hamilton, Laurie 189
Hammon, Kristi 90, 252
Hines, Patti 90
Hinton, Allison 90
Hinton, Bill 117
Hinton, Phillip 222, 302, 304, 306, 307
Hoagland, Tim 215, 322
Hoard, Gloria 117
Jackson, Joseph 117
Jackson, Keith 227
Jaeger, Don 180, 181
Jaggars, Wayne 117
Jamerson, Valerie 177, 192, 193
James Barbara 243
James Darrin 231
James Dono 363
James Juan 286
James, Ronnie 302, 304, 306, 307, 308 309
Tamara 1 17
Jameson, Leigh Ann 193
Jaramillo, Nancy 79, 108
Jay, Kelly 91
Hammond, Hubert 174
Hamrick, Bill 308, 315
Hanbury, Debbie 79, 90
Haney, Derek 227, 228, 259
Hankey, Gina Elizabeth 64, 116, 131, 152, 153
Hankins, Mardece 116
Hankins, Robbie 90
Hanley, Phillip 126
Hanter, Buddy 78, 98
Hanneman, Penny 90
Haque, Mohammad 126
Hardaker, Guy 98, 317
Hardesty, Delana 106
Harney, Jo 327
Harrington, Donna 131
Harris, Arnetta 79, 98
Harris, David 106
Hobbs, Tammy 90
Hobson, Kim 90
Hocerle, Petra 344
Hodges, Darla 99, 165, 376
Hoelting, Cathy 108, 192, 193
Hoerth, Jennifer 167, 271
Holbert, Kevin 69, 90
Holcombe, Vanessa 263
Holeman, Vithy 165
Holkum, Cherie 117
Hollingsworth, Mary Kay 131
Holly, Chris 108
Holman, Lori 205, 213
Holzendorf, Joseph 108
Homesley, June 184
Hooper, Barbara 108
Hoover, Gayle 91
Jeanguneat, Tara 99, 184
Jeannont, Karen 25, 74, 205
Jee, Chea Pei 141
Jeffcot, Leigh Ann 209
Jennings, Jana 108
Jobe, Lisa 135
Johannsen, Eleanor 176
Johnson, Alane 91
Johnson, Alette 334, 338, 339
Harris, Debbie 217
Harris, Freda 106
Harris, Kevin 308
Harris, Lori 106, 223
Harris, Michael 98
Harris Tracy 18 98
Harp, Leigh 77, 137
Harper, Karen 79, 90
Harle, Valorie 198
Hurt, Sherrill 98
Horgan, Kathy 99
Horinek, LaDonna 25, 209, 213
Homer, Marcia 90
Hornbeak, Gilbert 99, 309
Horney, Richelle 91
Horsley, Tim 108, 308
Horton, Anita 91
Horton, Joe 308, 315
Hoskins, Kennon 322
Howell, Gary 108
Haskins, Zoe 131
Hassan, Ibrahin 116
Hassan, Abdul 116
Hatch, Shirley 198
Hatcher, Jay 224
Hatfield, Kyung 174
Hawkins, Rodney 308
Hauton, Mark 106
Hawthorne, Holly 90
Hayes, Michaelle 90
Hayes, Peter 134
Hays, Dana 90, 266
Haywood, Tonya 99, 139, 157, 167, 177, 184
Heaney, Doug 376
Heard, Mark 106, 308
Hedrick, Sam 69, 99, 181
Heenan, Frank 322
Hef1in, Dick 99
Heflin, Robert 90
Helm, Sandy 146
Helt, Theresa 253
Helton, Robert 116
Heltzel, Carla 193
Howard, Tarita 91, 138, 178, 187, 206, 207
Howard, Terry 117
Howard, Tonda 117, 140, 166, 370, 400
Howard, Tony 308
Howe, Lee 136
Hrdy, Jerrie 132
Huddleston, Kevin 286
Huddleston, Nanine 91
Hudson, Wilbur 108
Hueber, Sandy 25, 99
Huff, Sandford 117
Huffman, Sherry 91
Hugg, Linda 224
Hughes, Leon 302, 306
Hull, Mical 91
Hulme, Motoko 100, 363
Hunt, Randy 64, 117, 139, 216
Hutchins, Tina Jo 186, 187
Ifemembi, Boniface 117
Johnson, Beverly 99, 217
Johnson, Bill 91, 182
Johnson, Brenda 132
Johnson, Clarice Renee 64, 117, 201
Johnson, Diane 131
Johnson, Ivan 118
Johnson, Kathy 190
Johnson, Kim 135
Johnson, Kirk 99
Johnson, Lisa 79, 99
Johnston, Bobb 227
Jones, Anita 206
Jones, Ceonia 286
Jones, Craig 206
Jones, Curtis 251
Jones, Debbie 108, 375
Jones, Gary 224
Jones, Glenn 118, 259
Jones, James 166
Jones, Jana 91
Jones, Janell 173
Jones, Jayne 168
Jones, Joni 359
Jones, Judy 151
Jones, Kristen 91
Jones, Lori 91, 168
Jones, Nancy 91
Jones, Peggy 108, 190
Jones, Randy 28, 198, 286, 287
Jones, Terry 286
Jones, Tommy 183, 233
Juneau, Melissa 79, 108
Junigen, Hope 131
Jweid, Terry 91
Kadavy, Kent 99, 308, 313
Kajubi, Samuel 108
Kallstrom, Neil 131
Karis, john 177, 227
Karmo, Gbally 126
Karner, Ruth 25
Kayode, Olorunnisola Moses 93
Keasler, Buster 317
Kee, Hollie 91
Keefover, Ginnie 90, 91, 370, 400
Keel, Keith 308
Keeler, Sherry 118
Keesinger, joe 108
Keesey, Carl 359
Keith, J. R. 118
Keller, Karen 136
Kelley, Gary 99
Kelly, Mary 63, 118, 163, 171, 177
Kelly, Mike 299
Kelting, Kristen 118
Kennedy, Billy 91, 190, 352
Kennedy, jeanice 168, 327
Kennedy, Thomas G. 82
Kerbo, Phil 193
Kerkhoff, Mike 182
Kern, john 190
Kern, Karen 108, 190
Kernel, Sally 254, 375
Kerr, Clint 118, 132
Kerr, Gregory 102, 118, 164, 165, 299
Kerr, John 91, 352
Kersgieter, Chuck 294, 298, 299
Kersh, john 118
Kessellie, Alfred 118
Khan, Aamer 198
Khan, Khalid 108, 320
Khoshnudi, Shirmard 108
Kiasi, Fazlolah 118
Kidd, Sharyl 91, 190, 352
Kielhorn, Cecil 99
Kimbrough, Cheryl 18, 91, 204
Kincade, Lisa 118
King, jean Marie 91
King, Mary Ann 118, 166
King, Ramona 64, 118, 136, 137
Kirby, Kenda 65, 108, 156, 177, 180, 181
Kirby, Steve 308
Kirkham, Rick 99, 165
Kirkland, Larry 91
Kirkwood, Frederick 83, 118, 231
Kiser, Dean 133, 177
Kitchen, Mike 299
Kizer, Terri 126
Klaene, Michael 118, 134
Klemme, Shelley 79, 91
Knapp, jacquelyn 99
Knox, Mike 69, 227
Knutson, Tracy 203
Koehn, Kathy 99
Kofa, George 118
Kohler, Kayna 118
Lee, Tonia 118, 139, 140, 172, 201
Legrand, David 108
LeGrande, Leigh 339
Lehman, Gene 227
Lehmann, Katherine 92
Leibok, Billy 72
Leibold, Billy 29, 108
Leinweber, John 78, 108, 265
Lekwa, Lekwa 99
Lemaster, Gary 134
Leming, Jessica 109
Lemma, Getachew 109
Lemmons, Roger 308, 314, 315
Leon, Omaida 92
Lemser, james 359
Leverett, Stephen 109
Lesher, Angelea 109
Leshi, Moshood 118, 173
Kolb, Kay 118
Kollie, Peter 99
Komalty, Patti 335, 336, 339
Konk, Kathy 327
Kowena, Lewis 118
Kramer, Kim 168, 335, 338, 339
Krittenbrink, Janet 77, 197, 352
Kromanaker, Kim 91
Krueger, Greg 190, 352
Kudy, Sheryl es, 118, 146, 152, 1
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Lackey, Rhonda 99
Lackey, Robin 91
Lacy, Mark 135
Ladd, Cynthia 132
Laha, jeff 299
Lai, Jengyen 126
Lambert, james 233
Land, Dena 178
Landes, Darrin 78, 108, 190,
Landrum, J. W., jr. 157
Landrum, jackson 127
Landsbury, Bill 259
Lane, Susan 118, 177, 375
Langford, Regina 91
66, 177, 204,
Langland, Ricky 301, 302, 305, 306, 307
Langmacher, Jeannie 118
Lanham, Christie 91
Lanham, Lester 165
Lanham, Mathilde 118
Lantz, june 100, 359, 363
Laosebikan, Emma 118
LaQuay, Donna 92, 253
Larson, Chris 259, 261
Lavicky, Donna 99, 148, 186,
Law, Kim 134
Lawler, Robert 118
Lawson, Rhonda 99, 327
Lay, Kendra C. 65, 152
Layton, Scott 108, 259, 261
Leaf, John 99
Leavitt, Lynda 263
Lee, Sterling 108
Lee, Steve 92
Lester, Jacqueline 118
Lester, Mark 118
Lewis, Cordell 231
Lewis, Derrek 216
Lewis, Kay 92, 168
Lewis, Michelle 204
Lewis, Stephen 361
Leyda, Cynthia 99
Liddell, Kirk 108
Liles, Phillip 127
Lin, Bising 141
Lin, Chen Long 141
Lindsay, Kim 119
Lindsay, Margarett 99
Lindsey, Carolyn 221
Link, Buddy 286
Linsenmeyer, Wayne 119, 165, 227, 228
Lippert, Rick 376
Lisenbee, Janetta 119
Liston, Cindy 119
Littleaxe, Melissa 109
Littleton, Charles 201
Lloyd, james 322
Lohrey, Vicki 119
London, Tammy 339
Long, Bob 99, 250
Long, Brita 131
Long, Dwayne E. 65, 119, 138
Long, Linda 109
Long, Louise 119
Lopez, juan 78, 109, 173
Love, Portia 127
166. 370, 372
Love, Sherri 132, 138, 210, 211, 230
Lovelace, Theresa 119
Low, Mona 119
Lowe, Mary 99
Lowe, Michael 119
Lowther, Cherri Lee 65, 119, 152, 172
Lu, Cheng Wei 141
Lu, Ming Zen 141
Lucas, Traci 203
Ludwick, Kevin 318
Luschen, Scott 168, 307
Luskey, Juan 109
Lynch, 109, 131
Mackey, Ron 89, 286
Mackillican, jenine 168
Macom, Joe 174
Maddox, Cathy 155
Magid, Stacy 213
Mahoney, Renee 109
Major, Robin 109
Mallory, Larita 199
Maly, Zelma 99
Manning, Greg 69
Manning, Phil 376
Mansfield, Charlotte 127
March, Rick 92, 182
Marcus, Lynne 119
Marfield, Darrelyn 193
Marinovich, Bernadette 150
Marks, Susie 99, 132
Marks, Stephen 363
Mark 298, 299
Marsden, Lisa 327, 328
Martin, Brian 92, 259
Martin, Gwen 109
Martin, Kim 231
Martin, Mary 18, 326, 327, 330
Martin, Tanara 109
Martin, Valerie 92
Martinez, Vicky 174
Martinkewiz, Keith 119
Mason, Greg 99
Mason, Lisa 109
Mason, Randy 109
Massey, Mike 190
Massy, Linda 193
Matheny, Connie 109
Mathews, Paula 119
Mathis, Kathy 342
Matthews, Bo 280
Matthews, Linda 21, 198
Maxwell, Rena 205
May, Carol 100
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Mayes, Evelyn 109
Mayes, Roderick 222
Mayfield, Michelle 92
Mayor, Lori 132
Meadon, LaDonna 100
Meadon, Susan 92
Means, Connie 332, 336, 339
Medlin, Lynette 252
Megehee, Alicia 271
Meister, Suzy 155
Melton, Margaret 127
Menefee, Charles 119
Merhib, Michele 29, 30, 70, 100,
Mettle, Emmanuel 109
Metz, Ed 29, 72
Meyers, Kent 363
Meyers, Rhonda 170
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Kris 29, 72, 119, 126, 178, 179, 204, 205,
Milligan, Anthony 119
Mills, Hal 168
Mills, Linda 119
Mills, Penny 119, 221
Minden, John 92
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ll, Richard 154
ll, Terrence 119, 216, 218, 370, 400
ll, Tracy 92
Mohamed, Ahmed 119
Mohamed, Mohamoud 109
Molloy, Shawn 110, 308, 309
Moraco, Nadell 142
Monday, Patricia 119, 210, 211
Monday, Sharon 120, 138, 201
Montgomery, john 100
Montgomery, Leslie 100, 359, 363
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Moody, Shelley C. 29, 66, 72, 81, 120,
Moore, David 320
Moore, Debbie 174
Moore, Lisa 178
Moore, Michael 120
Moore, Mike 131
Moore, Pat 136
Moore, Richard 174
Moore, Ruth 109
Moore, Sonya 73, 92, 181, 184
Moore, Tim 110, 308, 315
Moradi, Mohamed 120
Moreno, Richard 359, 362
Morris, Deborah 120
Morris, Jodi 159
Morris, Kelly 269
Morris, Tom 182
Morrow, Brian 100, 180, 181
Mosburg, Ken 136
Mosley, James 110, 222, 223
Mote, Deanna 100
Moxley, Tom III 227
Muckelrath, Phoebe 189
Muegge, Lori 100
Muhammad, Ahsan 120
Mumma, Mark 100, 159, 227
Munholland, Carolyn R. White 66
Munn, Scott 100
Murchian, Brian 215
Murphy, jo 155
Murphy, Kathy 133
Murphy, Kevin 225
Murr, Jeff 308, 313, 315
Murray, Dennis 227
Musa, Mohammed 120
Musayal, Melvin 120
Myers, James 120
Myers, Kent 222
Myers, Nancy 127
McAllister, Sharon 135
McAuliffe, Rick 164, 165, 376
McCauley, Tracey 119, 212, 213
McCleary, Tiffiney 100, 231
McClleon, Barry 206
McCloud, LaVerne 100
McCormick, Joseph L. 65, 80, 119, 171
McCourry, Joseph M. 66, 133, 162, 172
McCrosky, Jamie 227, 228
McCurtain, Mike 168
McDaniel, J. D. 119
McDowell, Pam 92
McDowell, Robert 100
McElhaney, Denise 352
McElhaney, Jody Patrick 66, 119, 152, 153, 168,
McGee, Dewey 131
McGee, Randy 119
McGinley, John 92
McGivern, John 286
McGowan, Mickey 302, 303, 304
McGuire, Janet 119
McHam, Brad 220, 355
McKeaver, Steve 31, 282, 285, 286
McKibben, Jeff 286, 301
McKinney, Dahl 109
McLaughlin, Bob 193
McLaughlin, Jeanette 165, 167
McNeeley, Ruth 259
McNulty, Helen 18, 73, 92, 133, 158, 159
McPhail, Janene 259
McVay, Craig 227
McVay, Lori 174
Nanee, Gregg 134
Ndok, Warden 110
Neal, Annie 73
Neal, James 110, 227
Neal, Patricia 120, 198
Nease, Tammy 100
Nelson, Greg 120
Nevills, Wayne 92
Newcomb, Melinda 342
Newcomb, Randy 100
Newly, Gary 134
Newman, Bea 174
Newport, Frank 154
Nguyen, Co 173
Nguyen, Jamie 173
Nguyen, Mary 120
Nguyen, Tu-Anh 92
Nibel, Janet 18
Nicholson, David 75, 215
Nimerick, Bret 120
Nix, Terry 172
Njoku, Pauline 127
Njoku, Uchay 120
Nkantion, Malachy 120
Nkemka, Tennyson 100
Nobles, Scott 189
Noel, Teddy 299
Norcoms, Kim 92
Nordman, Deana 344
Northcutt, Rocky 120, 375
North, Sherri 120, 155
Novotny, Anna 92
Novotny, Deanna 92
Nowlin, Shelly 25, 205
Nsiegbe, Iyk 18, 19, 145, 154
Nvadi, Donatus 110
Nwabuba, Emmanual 127, 14
Nwabuzor, Alfred 92
Nwoke, Virginia 127
Nwolisa, Eric 110
Obanye, Chris 110
Obi, Innocent 127
Obiajulu, Vincent 100, 134
Obichere, Collette 127
O'Brien, Less 363
Odom, Ben 29
Odom, Sabrina 213
Odunze, Ike 127
Oesch, Eric 27, 66, 120
Ofechukwu, Ikem 145
Ofili, George 120
Ogbejesi, Paschal 127
Ogilivie, Bill 303, 304, 320
Oglesby, John 29, 30
Ogu, Danny 110
Ogubuku, Molly 120
Oh, Sun-Young 101
Oister, Glenn 363
Okantey, Nii Okai 121
Okawra, Nnanna Iheany 101
Okaazki, Shiro 127
Okeke, Hope 93
Okeke, Sam 101
Okeowo, Shadi 121
Okolo, Amobi 121
Okonjo, Simon 112, 172
Okorn, Felicia 101
Okoyeacha, Alphonsus 121
Okwunze, Emmanuel 121
Olabisi, Olayemi 93
Oladipo, Samuel 121
Olie, Stanley 101
Oliver, Paula 342
Oliver, Stanley 78
Olorunnisa, Moses 144, 145, 177
Olsen, Ken 131
Omar, Abdi 121
Omalah, Joy 29, 31
Omeke, Lawrence 110, 145
Omeke, Sampson 93, 127, 144, 145,
Onvvuchuruba, Livinus 121
Onwusa, Lawrence 93
Onyekwere, Sonny 101
Orr, Warren 257, 260
Orten, Jana 93
Osborn, Carol 66, 110, 156
Oswalt, Price 158, 159, 177, 227
Oton, Isaac 127
Otorubio, Benibo 127
Ott, Jester Denny 26
Ott, Kenny 227
Overall, Gayle 207
Overall, jimmy 182, 206
Overstreet, Dwight 216, 233
Overturf, Koni 372, 373
Owens, Ann 110
Owens, Brett 322
Owens, Sonya 93, 139, 140, 157, 184
Oyaghire, Bernard 127
Page, Randy 108, 110, 282, 286, 287
Paine, David 322
Panayides, Panos 127
Pardo, Carlos 110, 173
Parent, Leisa 101
Parent, Mark 110
Parish, Rebecca 188, 190
Parker, Alasha 139, 231
Parker, Pamela 67
Parker, Roger 121
Parker, Tammy 326, 328, 32
Parks, Ronnie 315
Parks, Teresa 238
Parrett, Clifford 127
Passey, Gayle 110
Pasquarelli, Diane 121
Pasquarelli, Timothy 127
Pate, Donna 110, 134
Pate, janet 101
Patmon, Celia 101
Patterson, Anne 29
Patterson, Norene 101
Patton, David 302, 305
Patton, Stephanie 93
Payne, Tammy 110, 164, 165, 376
Payne, Terri 101
Peacock, Lim 121, 376
Peck, Marilyn 134
Peete, Carl 317
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Hal 357, 359, 361, 362
Tammy 197, 221
Pickerill, Pat 121
Pierson, Annette 93
Piel, Shirley 93
Pierce, Mary 176
Ping, Daryl 359
Pinkston, Christopher 101, 154
Pipes, Kristi 93
Pipkins, Karen 238
Nina 205, 221
Pitezel, Polly 121, 177, 204, 205, 353
Pitre, Brian 101, 265, 308, 312
Pittman, Paula 101, 190
Platt, Derrick 138
Platt, Verna 93
Plunkett, Tina 93
Poade, David 131
Podolec, Pan 329, 330
Pointer, Gloria 198
Ponder, Connie 265
Poole, Sharon 187
Porter, Greg 136
Postier, Lori 93
Potter, Sonua 21, 29, 266
Potts, Becky 137
Powell, David 110
Powell, Mike 101, 171, 172, 177
Prafka, Susie 327, 329
Prater, Mark 164, 165, 376
Preston, John 110, 283, 284, 285, 286
Preston, Mark 101
Preston, Randy 282, 286
Preston, Verna 93
Price, Cyndy 271
Price, Kim 138, 231
Price, Juan 138
Pruett, Kim 93, 165, 376
Pugh, Jeanice 110
Pullen, Bruse 134
Putnam, Roberta 170
Qazi, Mohammed 121
Queri, Lisa 93
Ragland, Gigi 215
Rahm, Nancy 110, 327, 328
Rahman, Abour 93
Rahman, Rezaur 131
Ramsey, Norman 286
Randall, Richard 93, 154
Raper, Scott 308
Rashid, Akhter 110
Ratliff, Lynn 93
Rayes, Bruce 216
Reber, Greg 136, 137
Rector, Steve 299
Redding, Brad 320
Reed, Stanley 286
Reese, Tim 21, 26, 29, 67, 80,
177, 227, 233
Reherman, Karen 101, 159
Reherman, Richard 233
Reid, Billy 302, 306, 307
Reid, Tim 110, 227, 229, 233
Reimer, John 190
Releford, Carla 121, 210, 211,
Revels, Janice 93
Reynolds, Neil 110
Reynolds, Patricia 121
Reynolds, Robert 121
Reza, Zahid 121
Rhoades, Nancy 93
Rhoades, Tim 93
Ribera, Leslie Ann 67, 83, 127,
Rice, Sam 359, 363
Richardson, Antonio 231
Richardson, Denise 131
Richardson, jequeta 93
Ridgeway, Phillip 121
Riecken, Russell 224
Riggs, Hadan 243
Riley, Lisa 67, 152
Risenhoover, Brenda 94, 25
Ritz, john 110
Ritz, Joyce 327, 342
Roberts, jimmy 94
Roberts, LaDonna 190, 352
Roberts, Mary 136
Robertson, Tyronne 110
Robinson, Hosea 206
Robinson, Jerry 216, 362
Robinson, Ollie 127
Robinson, 29, 101, 187, 264
Roblyer, Diana 121
Rockhold, Karen 121, 155
Rodgers, Merle 101, 181
Rodriguez, Pamela 121
Roe, Sarah 131
Roger, Leonard 352
Rogers, Brenda 94
Rogers, Jim 136
Rogers, Lisa 342
Rogers, Marvel 286
Rogue, Terry 344, 345
Rolle, David 121, 214, 286
Roots, Rhonda 101
Roper, John 101
Roper, Norman 134
Rose, Lee Anne 94
Rose, Shari 100, 101, 227
Rose, Sheryl 193, 359
Rose, Zayne 193
Ross Eric 101
Ross Samuel 121
Ross Sharon 363
Ross Shierley 127
Ross Tommy 110
Rosson, Lance 94
Roughton, Gary 121
Roulston, Pamela 101, 189
Rowe, james 110, 222
Ruffin, Christie 121
Rush, Dathan 155
Rushing, Kevin 121, 181
Russell, Jack 101
Russell, Karen 202
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Sanders, Jana 73, 79, 94
Sandles, Renita 94
Sanner, Brett 78, 101
Sao, Larita 122
Sasbee, Sonya 110
Sasser, Keven 122
Saul, Danny 101
Saulsburg, Cheryl 131
Savage, Ben 164, 165, 376
Savage, Kelly 339
Schaefer, Scott 322
Schantz, Darrell 94
Schenberg, john 122, 132
Schibbelhute, Monty 122
Schiessal, Alfred 173
Schilitz, Dolores 122
Schille, Don 94, 286
Schiltz, Doris 177
Schlinke, Shawn 308, 313
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Schmidt, Janell 226
Schmidt, Jeff 225, 233
Schmidtt, Rhonda 122, 131
Schneider, Richard 122
Schnetzler, Scott 275
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Schuchman, Laura 101
Schula, Tom 215
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Scott, Laurie 110
Scott, Trent 122
Seale, Kathy 101
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Seaton, Leann 95, 193
Seirafipour, Maryann 168
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Self, Tamara 168
Sellers, Rod 322
Selman, Justin Wayne 67, 122, 152-3
Selvey, Becky 122
Selvey, Lisa 110
Shadid, DeAnn 94
Shadoan, Trayla 95
Shaft, Robert 131
Sharkey, jim 95, 189
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Shaw, Mike 100, 122
Sheik, Abdul 122
Shelton, Laureen 174
Shelton, Rick 122, 357-9, 362
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Shepherd, Paula 122
Sheridan, Lori 327
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Sherman, Mike 100, 110, 232, 372, 373
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Shields, David 78, 110
Shipley, Stephanie 168
Shipman, Carla 122
Shires, Karen 132
Shomaker, Beth 373
Simnacher, Carrie 101
Simmons, Glenda 122
Simmons, Jr. Robert J. 68
Simpson, Connie Keith 122
Singer, Cynthia 140, 210, 211
Singleton, Keith 308, 313
SirLeaf, David 122
Sizemore, David 228
Skaggs, Kathy 77
Slankard, Robert E. 122, 372
Slaughter, Iva 122, 188, 206, 207
Sledge, Anthony A. 68, 80, 122, 139, 363
Sloan, Johnell 308
Sloggett, Cindy 102, 177, 181, 184
Slutter, Kathie 110, 148, 156, 167, 375
Smara, Gus 122, 233
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Smith, Beverly Moore 376
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Smith Valentine Joy 123
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Smithey, jean 111
Snider, Scott 123
Snyder, Kevin 102
Solomon, Vanessa 201
Soney, Della 95
Sorenson, Leslie 95
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Sparger, Tiger 227
Spearman, Eve 213
Spears, Mark 111, 352, 373, 376
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Spencer, Johnny 352, 355
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Spencer, Sherry 111, 203, 221
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Stewart, Lesa 123
Stewart, Scott 215
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Stokes, Dennis 123
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Stout, Brenda 123
Stout, Carrie 170
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Strickland, Andrea 134
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Stulce, Terri 123
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Summers, jim 136
Summers, Robert 123
Sumpter, Kathaleen 102
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Sutton, Lelei 231, 265
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Sykes, Tonia 112, 166, 167,
Sumes, Charlotte 95
Tackett, Ronald 102
Tackneu, Barbara 100, 363
Taggart, Carla 339
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Talley, Dennis 123, 131
Talley, Tracey 95
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Talley, Vincent 102
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Tate, Donna 151
Tate, Tammy 102
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Taylor, Robert 166
Taylor, Steve 227
Taylor, Terrie 95
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Tenison, Ronda 95
Terry, Sidney 102
Telteh, Andrew 127
Thakkar, Ashok 123
Thomas, Craig 123
Thomas, Erin 112, 190
Thomas, Jeanie 124
Thomas, Kim 102
Thomas, Lisa 79, 96
Thomas, Michelle 231
Thomas, Nathan 269
Thomas, Pete 322, 323
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Thomas, Stella 102
Thomas, Toni 131
Thomas, Toya 207
Thomason, Lori 263
Thompson Dale 220
Thompson Darren 233
Thompson Sherry 103, 217, 218
Thompson Wendi 96
Thompson, Zina 103
Thornton, Janet 124, 138, 201
Thurmond, Darryl 103
Titony, Randy 215
Tipton, joy Lynn 184
Todd, Beth Ann 124
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Tomasevic, Kris 96
Torto-Daku, Albert 112
Toscani, Tony 134
Trammel, Tom 220
Trammell, Anna 105
Tran, Diep 131
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Trent, David 103
Trevino, Luisa 181, 184
Trice, Brent 376
Trindle, Nancy 124
Trosper, Danny 233
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Truelove, Audrea 96
Truong, Quang 112
Tsao, Men Hua 141
Tsui, Chi Him 127
Tucci, Theresa 18
Tucker, Barbara 96
Tucker, Carrie 168, 330, 333
Tucker, Don 133
Tucker, Melette 112
Tucker, Thomas 112
Turnball, John 352
Turner, Brett 319
Turner, Elaine 96
Turner, Michael 96, 138
Turner, Pam 96
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Turrentine, Sheila 103
Tush, Sharon 112
Tyler, Sherma 239
Udochi, Bernard 103
Udoh, Friday 96
Udohi, Dodwin 96
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Underwood, Ann 25, 112, 178, 179
Underwood, Michael 103
Unsworth, Mary Anne 124
Uselton, Patricia 124, 372
Uselton, Richard 124
Usoh, Irene 112
Uzoewulu, Ifeanyi 96
Valai, Octavius 124
Vanderslice, Holly 96
Van Horn, Rachael 359, 361
Vann, Bruce 283, 286, 287
Vann, Hellena 124
Van Stavern, Vickie 82, 177
Vaughn, Nancy 124
Vaughn, Cheryl 124
Vaughn, Mike 124
Vaught, Natalie 103, 134
Vaverka, Dennis 112
Vergara, Carlos 112, 363
Vierheller, Melissa 124, 133, 167
Vigilus, Morten 172, 189
Vigue, Susan 96
Villarreal, jose 103
Viney, Loutasha 103, 217
Viney, Zelda 96
Vo, Hung 96, 173
Vorel, Cheryl 96
Voss, Russel 219
Wabuansee, Robert 322
Wade, Jennifer 124
Wagner, Kenneth 112
Wahlstrom, Elizabeth 124
Wakeley, Debbie 103
Zaikis, Jenny 96
Walker, Lisa 96
Waller, jay 322
Waller, Patti 96
Wang, Ming Whei 141
Wang, Sue 124
Ward, Annette 155
Ward, Ellen K. 269
Ward, Phil 124
Ward, Teresa 124
Rochell 105, 124, 336, 3
Washington, Lisa 96, 105, 139
Wasson, Larry 112
Watkins, Hether 27
Watkins, Joy 172
Watkins, Melody 231
Watson, Allison 96, 209
Watson, Anglea 187
Watson, Barbara 156, 262
Watson, Martha 112, 263
Watson, Melissa 173
Watson, Phyllis 178, 179, 181,
Watson, Ron 134
Weatherly, Tracy 96
Weather, Lynn 187
Weaver, Becky 243
Webster, Jeannette 228
Wedel, Jeff 131
Weese, Terri 112
Weidenmaier, Susan 112
Weiss, David 124
Welch, june 174
Welsh, Mike 318
Werts, Isabel 174
West, Carole 113
West, Ronnie 96, 173
West, Shannon 96
West, Tammie 76, 124
Westbrook, Leanne 103
Westfall, Cheryl 96
Wheeler, Brenda 103
Whipple, Christian 124, 227
White-Manholland, Carolyn 112
White, Charri 103, 131
White, Cheryl 18, 19
White, joy 286
White, Lora 96, 184, 189
White, Paula 124, 206, 207
White, Robert 136
White, Sue 190
White, Tom 78, 96, 286
Whitcley, Ron 286
Whitfield, Becca 131
Whitson, Amy 96
Wiggisn, J. D. 262
Wiginton, Donna 112, 188
Wilburn, Rod 225
Wilcox, Stacy 77
Wiley, Della 255
Williams, Bryan 103, 157
Williams, Cassandra 201
Williams, Doug 286
Williams, Janet 103, 131, 184
Williams, Janis 217, 218
Williams, janniece 172
Williams, Kathy 77, 211, 231
Williams, Keith 320
Williams, Kelvin 262
Williams, Rick 135
Williams, Sonia 96, 105
Williams, Teresa 69, 197, 221
Williams, Toni 103, 166
Willis, Andree 103
Willis, john 134
Willis, Lonnie 219, 355
Wilmeth, Katherine 112
Wilmeth, Mike 124
Wilson, Barbara 103
Wilson, Carrie 131
Wilson, jill 189
Marla 1 55
Windes, Connie 112
Winfere, Luther 103
Wingo, Carol 148
Winn, Wendy 178, 204, 205
Winter, Kim 96
Wisby, Yolanda 201
Wise, Doris 137
Witt, Mary 112
Witt, Susan 29, 68, 81, 124,
Witt, Theresa 124
Wolf, Barry 355
Wolfe, Deborah 96
Wood, Frankie 103
Wood, Mark 227
Wood, Robin 112
Woods, Ronnie 159, 227, 233
Woodshunt, Chris 266
Woolsey, Paulette 176
Wooten, Van 282, 286
Worl, Marcie 112
Wray, Mike 225
Wright, Kelly 18
Wright, Margo 103, 187
Wright, Wilbur 216, 218, 355
Yager, Donna 168
Yang, Tsyr Jiang 127
Yee, Chang Cin 141
Yemi, Olabisi 145
Yoder, Doug 96, 254, 255
Yoder, Jan 96
Young, Ben 286
Younger, Talmadge 155
Zelnicek, jeff 286
Zeno, Daric 112, 280, 286
Zenteno, Wernher 96
Zoeller, Kathy 155
163, 171, 177, 209
About a year ago when Dr. Hoig asked me to be on the Bronze Book Staff, let alone the Editor, I was
hesitant. I was also flattered that he had the confidence in me and my talent to put together such an important
book for Central State and the students who go here.
One of my first duties was getting the staff and myself to work on the opening section. We chose the
words to the song "Wasted On the Way" because we felt it would have a special meaning for the seniors,
indeed everyone, as they looked back over the past four years as well as the 1982-83 school year.
Now as I sit here burning the midnight oil to get out the last pages for this last deadline, the words take
on a new meaning.
I remember back to the first semester. How far away graduation seemed! Now it is only two short months
away. When I look at this yearbook in years to come, I know I will remember all the joys, tears and friendships
I have experienced in this extraordinary year. I hope this years, Bronze Book will do the same for you.
I also remember deadlines. When it got down to the wire all of us wished for more time. Somehow the
scheduled time for a critical picture on a layout was in the eleventh hour. Whatever happened to the four
weeks between deadlines? Much thanks to Dan Smith and everyone in the Photo Lab for understanding and
putting up with us in our ugliest moments! The most important part of this book would not have been possible
without "you guys"!
Now I would like to extend my deepest appreciation and thanks to the only two freshmen on the staff,
Ginnie and Marcie. You two have put up with us mighty seniors quite well. You two were the experienced
yearbook people. For us seniors this was our first time on a yearbook staff. Your abilities to whip out pages
just blew us away! We could not have done this without you. I wish you much success in your future here
on the BB as well as here at CSU. College is what you chose to make of it, and I see great things for you
This does not mean, Dwayne, Terrence, Tonda and Twyla, that I do not appreciate you. You were a vital
part of this book. We could not have accomplished this task without your abilities also. I wish all of you much
success after graduation.
Last, there is special appreciation to Ginny and Dr. Hoig. We could not have accomplished any of this
without your support. I thank you, Ginny, just for being you and for being here when we needed you.
What can I say to you Dr. I-Ioig? Thanks for giving us the opportunity for these afternoons and the guidance
we needed to put this year's Bronze Book together.
I also want to thank my family, my sorority sisters and my friends for putting up with me and supporting
me in my attempt as yearbook editor. It has meant a lot. I would never have done it without your encouragement.
A lot has happened this year. Now it is just water under the bridge. Think of this book as a bottle containing
some of this water. From time to time take a sip but don't drown. The future has too much to offer us all.
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