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A major issue of the 70's, ecology touched each of us. The hunter who must trip over beer cans, the kid on a bicycle dodging news足 papers and candy wrappers. NLU has not escaped this avalanche of litter, though perhaps we have far ed better than some. An effec足 tive so lution to this man-made problem has yet to be devised足 perhaps because it is man-made, and it is only man, individually, who will rectify it.

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Thou Shalt Not Park! We are promised, and dutifully presented with, more parking spaces every year. And eve ry year, promised or not, th e vehicle popu足 lation a t NLU swell s to exceed the numb el' of new parking spac es. To help keep all these cars where th ey be long , a corps of ticket足 writ ers compri sed of Campus Se足 curit y policemen and s tud ent per足 sonne l armed with miniat ure cl ip-boards religiously patrol the s tr ee ts of NLU. Yell ow tickets adorn the w indshields , of faculty , s tud ent s and visitors a lik e.

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An odd-looking appendage for the Campus S ec urity BUilding proved to be our new post office. A va st im~rovemen t , it is more centrall y loc ated and infinitely more con足 venien t in term s of light ing and s pace . The old boxe s were m ov ed Lawn the s treet intact. A new bu ild足 ing did very lit tle to erase one spec ifi c problem: stubbo rn mail box combinations!


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WE HAVE A RADIO STATION!! A f­ ter three years of w orry , lett ers , s trin g­ pu ll in g, brown-nos ing and pra ye r, NLU giv es bir th to KNLU vi a a s tudent refe ren­ du m. It became a mo ment to moment cri­ s is; the letter to the FCC w as in the mail, and suddenl y- no funds. A desperat e las t­ minute camp aig n ra llied s tudent symp a­ thies and th e issue pass ed, committi ng s t udent s to a one dollar fee in crease.

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Variety of interest. food for inquiring minds, and s hee r entertainment. Thursday night s became lecture nights in Ewing Co li seum. The Free Uni versity Speech Series broug ht speakers of national repute to the NLU ca m­ pus, Personalit ies s uc h as editorialist Art Buc hwald; columnis t leanne Dixon; Wo­ men's Lib Ad voca tes G loria St ei nem and Marg are t S loan ; news co mmentat or Jim M c­ Kay and co lumni st William F, Bu ck ley, At­ te nd ance varied, ha nd icapped by bad weat her. night foot ball ga mes on televisio n. and clas ­ ses .

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387-LOVE: Whether Monroe liked it or not, there was al足 reliance on tranquilizers, and obesity at NLU. The community has, in the past, organized help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Weight Watchers to treat these persons. Now, too, did NLU and Monroe join to organize a drug action center. Located in downtown Monroe. Hot line for emergen足 cies. Mainline was started by students who cared enough to listen to others late into the night. Mem足 bers considered addiction or reliance no worse than any other habit. No narcs. No Mothering. No hand足 holding. No records. Just help-if you wanted it. coholism,

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January 7. 1973-Silvery dawn; a tr agedy in spun-la ce, A beautiful paradox paralyzed northeast Louisiana; and in its wake. swollen bayous. downed telephone and electrici ty lines. and the trees " broken. uprooted as though some great hand had ripped them apart. Love足 ly. and heartbreaking ,


We seem to be creating so melhing of an insl iluti on here a l NLU. We have no ivy covered hall s of learning, but we do have th e annua l Powder Puff Football Game... [? I) It is sponsored by P hi Della C hi , wilh proceeds awarded to the Unit ed Givers Fund. Zeta Tau Alpha and A lph a Omicron Pi sco red a 14-7 victory over P hi Mu and Kappa De lt a. A specia l dance and drill team, the Warb uckels gave their annua l perform ance. This learn is made up of th e Phi Delta Chi pledge cla ss. Kris Krison was voted by th e players as "Quee n" of tbe evenl.


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To the inexperienced specta tor, that is one who has ne v er played , the tremendously grueli ng a spec t of tennis is lost. One does not think about a tennis player doing sit-ups, push-ups, or sprints to get in sh ap e -yet this is a part of th e ga m e. Fluidity... precision ... power ... finesse ...reflexes .. . eac h plays a tremend ­ ous role in win nin g tennis. A young but improved N LU t en­ nis team took to the courts in 1972. While the dual match record feU t o 8-7-1 , th e quality of comp etiti on for Nort heast improved. Tbe '72 schedul e s ported names lik e Bay­ lor. North T exas S tat e, Tul a ne, La­ mar, Memphis S tate, and Mi ssissippi State. Freshm en Mark Sanders, Keith deJon g, a nd Bri an Lebol d joined holdovers Phil Trahan, Chri s Burn s, and Richard S tu art and th e doubl es team of Trah a n and Burn s beat some of the so uth's best and com­ pil ed a 19-5 record. O f this team. only Burns wa s a senior. So the prospec t of winni ng ways for N LU tenni s look s good for several years to come. Tennis Results NLU 8 USL 1 NLU 4 McNeese 3 NLU 9 Centenary 0 NLU 3 McNeese 3 NLU 8 Belhaven 1 NLU 6 Louisiana Tech 3 Baylor 5 NLU 4 North Texas State 6 NLU 3 NLU 9 LSUNO 0 Tulane 9 NLU 0 NLU 8 Louisiana Tech 1 Lamar 7 NLU 2 Mississippi State 4 NLU 2 Memphis State 5 NLU 4 NLU 7 NSU 2 Tulane 5 NLU 4 Big Gold Invitational Tournament NLU 5th of 10 teams Southern State Invitational Tournament NLU 2nd of 5 teams Bulldog Classic NL U 3rd of 4 teams


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Eastern Illinois 404

Louisiana Tech 308

Tournaments Mardi Gras Tourn a ment-N LU 2nd of 8 teams Recreation T ournament-N LU 5 th of 19 teams McNeese Intercollegiate Invita ti ona l-NLU 1st of 5 teams Miami Invita tional-NLU 11th of 47 teams Mississippi State Invitational-NLU 4th of 8 teams Southern Sr.-Je. Coll egiate Invitation aJ-NLU 2nd of 9 teams Loui sia na Intercollegiate-NLU 4th of 11 t eams Holiday in Dixie Tourn ament-NLU 1st of 10 teams

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Balance is the desc riptive word for NLU' s go lf team. Less than six strokes separa ted the low and hi gh average sco res for eighteen hol es , a nd less than one stroke separated th e top three performers. Doug Farr and Robert Shelt on each had 73.8 nonns. Last year's team leader, Eddie Green, was thi rd with an average of 74.4. The Indians won both of their season's dual m a t ch es and gar足 nered two top prizes and tw o seco nd s in tourn a m ent play. W ell-tra足 veled might a lso describe th e golf team. M a tch si tes s tre tc hed from Ft. Worth, Texas to Miami, Florida . Perh a p s the best s h ow ing of the season was the second place finish in the Southern Sr.-Jr. Collegiate Invitational. NLU was bested onl y by SEC champ Georgia, and fi nished ahead of Auburn, Mississippi State, a nd Georgia Tech, amo n g others. NLU's Robert Shelton took the in足 dividual low score h onors. Post-season h onors came to Doug Farr. Doug became the first Northeast go lfer to be invited to the NCAA University Division Tournament held at Cape Coral. Florida, during th e summer. In all, the season was one of Northeast's finest. The golf team stepp ed up to uni versi ty comp etition in fin e s ty le.

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Generally the summer month s a re un足 eventful in a sch ool's athlelic program . ot so with the 'su mmer of '72'. Ea rl y in the summer Dixie White, h ead coach a nd for足 mer athleti c director, left NLU a nd the search was on for a r ep lacement. The spring had already seen the addit ion of Don Ellen and Doug M a tth ews to th e sta ff. O n July 11, Ollie Kell er was nam ed the n ew head coach a nd one week la ter Burley Crows w as named defensive coo rdin ator.

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If yo u asked the average NLU s tud ent who the s tar of the Cross Cou nt ry le arn was, they prob ably wou ldn't know NLU had a Cro ss Country te a m. Yes. Stud en ts, there is a Cross Cou nt ry tea m. Doubling as the CC coach is Bob Groseclose, Tra ck and Field mentor. The team, which run s in the Forsythe P ark area, finished 3-2 in it s dual and triangular meets and 3-5 ov erall. Leading the team was Oak Grove senior Freddi e Phillie with a 2.75 average . Clo se behind him with a 2.86 average was Dean Parker. lim Ha ys finis hed at 3.0. The figur es are co mpu ted accord ing to pos ition of fini s h in eac h CC meet.

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NLU football ... th e new look for 1972 ... now a thl et ic direc tor, h ead fo otball coach, thre e ne\ov assis tants, and

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... And indeed the season did begin on a high note as NLU won a hard fought vic足 tory ove r th e Qu antico Marines 10-6. A s predicted Edward s ran rampant for the Monroe crowd (3 2 carries for 156 yards) , ' lind Don Smi th was accurate (7 for 10 for 85 yards) . The defense proved s turdy and opportunistic . Da nn y Rousse ll's 32 yard field goal was se t up when Steve Lorio intercepted a Marine pass. Kei th Hi ck 足 man sealed Ih e victory with a drive s topp 足 ing tackle la te in the game... h owever things weren't so bright as the Indi a ns hit the road. T akin g on major opponents, NLU ran into rock -ribbed Missi ssipp i State and came away smar ting. The 42-7 defeat left th e Indians somewh a t sh aken as they trea ked to Richmond for a game with the Uni versity of Ri chmond Spiders. Ri chm ond scored all its poin ts in the first half and held on for a 17-0 win. Coa ch Ke iler summed up th e game, "They (the team) realized in th at second ha lf th at Richmond wasn't beyond our reac h ."


.. a ft er a rou gh t w o wee k s on th e road th e Ind ia n s re turn ed to Brown S ta di u m for a dash with the NSU Demons. NLU e ntered th e ga me tr y ing to p rot ect a two yea r w in s k ei n over th e De mon s. NLU sco red first...S teve Lorio recove red a NS U fumbl e on the De mon 36 .. .Edwa rd s plung ed int o th e line on seve n co nsecuti ve plays pickin g up th e T O fr om s ix ya rds out. The h a lf a nd third q uarte r end ed w ith NLU ah ea d 7-3 and pl ayin g c on se rv a ti ve足 ly to pro tec t th e ir lea d. In th e fourth qn a rt e r Indi a n mis cues took th eir toll. a nd a tired, over-work ed defe ns e yie ld ed two touc hd own s. Th e ga m e wa s a real le t-dawn-th e Indian s ha d led up to the fourth qu ar te r...

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路 .. After the Demon game, NLU took to the road for three weeks . This proved to be the most success颅 ful s tretch for th e gridders. Co nvin cing victories over Nicholls State (27-7) and Sontheastern (34-9) sandwiched a near miss in Lake Chades against McNeese. In the McNeese game NLU led until the fourth quarter. During this time Jimmy Edwards ran for 176, 170 and 215 yards respectively , but it was the defense that shone. A hardhitting group of defenders forced 16 turnovers in th e three games. Defensive back Don LeBoyd iutercepted two passes and recovered a fumble and Frank Landry recovered two fumbles.


I Homecoming!! . . . Parades . . . pep rally ...Home coming court. .. alumni. . di sp lays ... oh, an d don't forget a football ga me. . . Th e game was a replay of the Nor thw estern match. Northeast sc ored ea rIy- a touchdown a nd two fi eld goals- for a 13-0 lead. The lead lo oked good and victo ry was in sight until two quick, fourth quarter to uchd owns pushed Ark足 ansas State into a 14-1 3 lead . Whil e Jimmy Edwards showed Ihe alumni hi s runnin g slyle, th e defense turn ed in another valiant effort. Leading defenders were Hugh Murphy, Kei th Hi ckm an , Chester Pleasant , and Johnny Bucke lew .

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NLU closed out its seaso n agai ns t tw o bowl bound tea ms-Drake and archrival T ech. Conse ns us opinion was th a t the Drak e ga me, w hich NLU lost 35-7, was th e wo rs t of th e s easo n. O n th e o th er s ide of th e coin, the Tech ga me proved to be one of the best. Despite los in g 10-6, the Indians acquitt ed themselves w ell aga in s t th e second ra nk ed, un足 defeated Bulldogs. Th e defense be nt but never broke ag ain s t th e ex 足 plosive Tech offense. When the co nt es t was ove r, the Bulldogs knew they had been in a ga me.

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Thus the seaso n end ed-3- 7. a season that saw many records fall or be ti ed -23 to be exa ct. Of course Jimmy Edwards led th e w ay . He se t or tied eig ht reco rds on hi s way to be in g na med to the A ssocia ted Pres s Little All Am eri ca team.. His fin al stat sh ee t r ead, 280 ru s hes for 1. 328 ya rds-both s ta te records . Al so figuring in the record setting was wi de re足 ceiv er Rubin Jones (5) and punter Danny Lee (3). Their records w ere NLU team ma rks. While 3-7 is not n ea rl y th e bes t sea son record ev er by a NLU team. the s la te includ足 ed the t oughes t foes ever; and, cons ide ring the fourth quart er losses . the record I t was

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BASKETBALL

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The best way to describe the NLU round­ bailers as th ey entered the 1972 seaso n was short. Th e team was sh ort in stature (th e tall est man being 6'7") a nd s hort on ex­ perie nc e (while three regulars we re seni ors the e ntire supporting cast was either young

an d in exp erie nced or just inex pe rien ced) . The early r es ult s were much as co ul d be ex pect ed considering the st re ngth of the co mp eti ti on . Go ing into a long homest and (interrupted onl y by an away contes t wit h Northwestern) The Indians were 5-9 an d headed for a su b-p ar season. At that point th e Ind ia ns jelled into an extremely solid ball club, and the earlier narrow de fe a ts were reversed to Indian win s.

Perhaps the cu lmin a tion of the seaso n came before a pack ed house on a bitler, cold Febru­ ary nig ht as Nort hea st up ended th e proud Tech Bulldogs. Wh en tim e ran out (th e final b uzzer was ne ver hea rd) t he Indians h eld a well deserved one point lead . After Ii ve straight defeat s at the hands of th e Techman, vic tor y was ind ee d swee t!!! For coaches Lenny Fant and Be n n y Hol­ lis, the se as on had to be gra tify ing. Th eir abilit y as coaches was obv ious to all by th e season's end. To try to pick out stars is dif­ ficult. Mike Rose and Jesse Burnette were separa te d by a narrow marg in for team l ea der­

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Northeast Indians 1972-73 Varsity

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Co-ordinating a comprehensive Intra­ mural program for both men and women s tud ents are Dr. Charles Buck (for men) and Miss Betty Faught (for women) of the Health and Physica l Educa tion Depart­ ment. Among the ma ny ac tiviti es sche­ duled are: Foo tball . Archery. Tenni s. Bad­ minton. Basketb all. P oo l. T a ble Tennis. Volley ball. Wrest ling. Bowling. Weight Lilt­ ing . Horses hoes . S oftb all. Golf. Skish. Track. a nd Swimming.

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Left to Right: Parlia足 me nt aria n Jim May ; Advisor Dean Murphy; Vice President Judi El足 lerbe ; President John Ham mo ns ; Sec retar y Debbie Shergalis; Treasurer Gary Cooper.

Student Government Association

SGA President John Hammons

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Judi Ellerbe,Vice路President

Upper Left,Gary Copper, Treasurer

Debbie Shergalis,Secretary

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Graduate School Senator Larry Eason.

Standing, Freshman Class President Bill Lee; Freshman Senator Tim Foster. Seated, man Senator Rhonda Martin.

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Upper-5tanding. liberal Arts Sena路 tors Larry Pettiette; Finley Cartwright; Bruce Matulich ; Chris Anthony . Seated . Senator Karen Lovell. Middfe--Standing, Pure and Applied Sciences Senator Barry Mor. gan. Seated, Senators Karen Kelly ; Cheryl Friemel ; Margo Myers. Lower-Stand;ng, Pharmacy and Al颅 lied Heallh Professions Senator Mike Hollier . Seated. Senators Beth Pohrson; Janet Ford ; Ginger Lindow; Kris Draper.

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Dean Murphy offers players Lynda and Lynn advice during the NLU SGA-Tech SGA football game.

Business Administration Senators-Standing, Jim Luck; Robert Wilkinson ; Bill Rauschkolb. Seated. Richard Powell ; Kay Lee ; Todd Moore .

Education Senators-Standing, Larry Miller; Don Stephens: Richard Woodward . Sealed, Nancy Fly; Adrienne Poss; Judy De'ee; Lynda Sadler.

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Paulelle Ben.nate: Chairman J oe W r3y.

Middlrr--PuOlic AHa.rs CommiMee Memt:>ers-C halrman lloyd Reynolds.

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Comm ittee Members足 Ch airman Lou Hammons, Regina Burgess : Keith Bake r, Jackie Kelsoe, Susan Taylor , Donny Ducote.

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Secretary

JOhn Caldwell

JarT'\(!'$ Slack

James Frill

Gary Gallasso

Randall Kau

Lonnie Hood Harold 8rakhage Robert Santoro David Moreland James Harris Israel Hernandez f rank. Belanskl Mike Vance

18 Tom GUy10n 19 Phillip Fried

20 Capt Joseph C Cancellare Adviso r

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1 Jack Washburne Vice President 2 Lmda Leek Corresponding Sflcrelary 3 Linda LeBre10 n Recording SecreUry 4 Ranoall Hanks HiSlonan 5 Or. O<I....d Sialrin Advisor

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6 l arry Rhodes

Treasure,

1 Jeuy Loftin

Presi dent

Student Chapter of American足 Louisiana Pharmaceutical Association

Student Nurses Association

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1 Donald lynx Parlmmen lar,an 2 larry fhomerson 3 Ronald Scoll 4 Motlammoo Mujtaba 5 John Wood 6 Bill Redo Bernard McDermott Regenl Sieve Norman Chaplin

9 Thomas Hudspelh 10 LouIs Pavich

I! Kwok.hun Koo 12 Curl.s Dyk.es

13 Tommy Leleux 14 John Zitzmann 15 Theodore Eickholt AdV isor 16 James S,",pson Treasurer 17 Elam Siolles 18 Chris Cherry 19 Thomas R'neharl 20 Jerome Hens'ak Ass.stant Adviso r

Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity 1 Kevin Santone

2 Franll Belanskl

3 Ted Domingues

4 Todd Landrum

Public Rei ahOl'lS Coordina tor 5 Bill Locket! 6 Tony Arpino Sergeant at Arms

7 Richard 9rooks

8 Sieve Shurr Secretary '} Bill Clausen 10 Don Teacn 11 Robert $anIO(O 12 Reginald W Ensminger 13 Bruce Megehee \4 Leo Rossler PreSident 15 John Foster Vice President. Personnel 16 Richard Barbuto 17 David DeLoach 18 Tom /lhc nOlson Vice President Markehng

Pi Sigma Epsilon

155


3 4 5 6

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Elaine Ryan

Secretary

Judy Delee

Treasurer

Sue Lobaugh Preside nt Ka thy Harkin s Membership Chairman Sytvla Edmond s Parliamentarian Ahce Haynes Historian William Frankhn Pu blici ty Chairman Don Stephens Vice Pres ident Marianne Futch CorreS POnding Secrel ary

Student La. Teachers' Association 1 Marie Paquette

1SI Vice Presidenl

2 Shlela Martin

Music Chairman

J Beverly Gi ll

HistOrian

4 Jill Wibben

5 Bre nda l ions

6 Mary Ann Vidrine

2nd V, ce President 7 Phyllis Foster Trea surer 8 Ma ry Jane Hawldns 9 Cynlhia Sykes 10 Mrs. Stanhope

Spo nsor 11 An ny Ruth Smllh Director 01 PubhCl ty 12 Kath y Marler Secretary 13 Vick ie Hodgekins Warden 14 Marsha Anderson

Delta Omicron Music Fraternity

156


National Collegiate Association for Secretaries

157


1 J orn Packer 2 Gary Roshlo 3 Dan Denlo n 4 Glen Dav idson 5 Mike Pnc e

1 Malc olm Cheek 2 800 Bewick President Steve Walker Wilham Fosler v.ce President Professional AC livllles 5 Butch Carol 6 Jim Williamson

Secreta ry 7 Gary Ivy Historian

8 Mickey Go rsage Chance llor 9 Chuck Strickland 10 Dr J. W Smllh Advisor II Rodney l homas 12 Ric kl Slratlon 13 Pax ton Mooreland

14 James Walson 15 Ronnie Shelby Senior Vice PreSident

16 lhomas McClain

Delta Sigma Pi

Business Fraternity


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Chinese Student Association

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For eign Student Association

1 Ruey Yuh Chen (David)

2 Philip Law 3 Anen Yu ~ Atvin LUI 5 Peter Ng 6 Vau Wru Fek 7 Daniel MUI B Vau Tai Wang

9 George Chen Wal -Lok 10 WII'IQ-Kwan Yip

11 Edward Oloma 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18

Wendy Lee Feoermda Taylor Manuela Fritz 80rHlie Tung Y, M. Carol me Wong Angeta Leung Della S W No 19 K. C. Chan 20 Dennis 1 so 21 Mic hael Wong

22 Che Kong Lee 23 Foley l. Nash 24 Sydney Wabar3

25 Rudy J. R,veta Pri/s.denl 26 27 28 29

8 en,amm A KllOng Carlos F Samoza Manuel A. Somma George Y Sadlk

30 Issac K. HiJUak 3 1 l(anm J Fashho 32 Hing-W31 Chan 33 Ng Chak-Lam 34 y,u V, Mmg

35 Lam Kuen Kwong 36 Chan NJan Woo Ardan


1 Jame s DecKer Treasure r 2 Charles Poole Secretary 3 John Hunter Presoden t 4 Larry Favatora VIce President Rlc ll McAlmond Sergeanl at Arms 6 William P lcke" ng 7 Jommy Walker 8 Richard Sisson 9 Terry Richards 10 Jane Brown 11 Jell Wolt 12 Phil lip a oble 13 Herbert Branch 14 Ronnie Sharp 15 Gary Ferguson 16 Aonnoe Siewa n 17 Dick Bonon 18 John Nelson 19 David Cook 20 Kennet h Bl own 21 JIm Flynn 22 Harley P fief fer 23 Buddy Spocer 24 J ()e Denson 25 Jell Creel 26 Ric k Wigg ,n s 27 J a Caldwell 26 Bobby Ensminger 29 ao ll Ttlfasher 30 J immy Mayes 3 1 Owain McVay 32 Tom Wes.ner 33 Mu rphy May6(S 34 JOhn Cugah J5 Hank Cooksey 36 Charl es Dorman 37 Jerro ld F Bradley AdVIsor

Associated General Contractors

Agronomy Club I Roger Wilso n Vice PreSI dent 2 John Wa lkins C Of respondent 3 Carot Kmcald 4 ForlllSt Mikon Secretary. Treasu rer

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5 Ralph Ferr is 6 Mochael Frer.ch Presldenl 8 Or Jasper Hammons AdVisor 9 To m McConnell to Carey C lacK


I Sharon White 2 Ramaswany Vijaya 3 Jean H , Chern 4 Fon路shan Yeh 5 C G. Shugart 6 George Fisher 1 Frank Cloutier 8 Randy Hill man 9 Charles Lm 10 Joseph Ho 11 L 0 .Johnson 12 John Malvido 13 Bruce Wheller 14 Mike Papillen 15 Lo nnie Hood

Society of Physics Students Northeast Louisiana Geological Society

I Bonnie Odekirk 2 Mary Foster Lu:abelh Hutchiso n Michael Goertz 5 Oehah Roark

6 Belsy Penel

7 CralQ Odekll1<.

6 Oavllj King

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Danny Ford Vice Presldenl Tom Pollard PreSIden! Connie Reek::. Secrel,lry Bessie Dorse y Treasu rer Henry Slrumpeli Adliisor Joe Brown Butc h Miller Don Haller Jim Gree nlee John HulCh lns Ernest Downey John Cicero Ene Reuter

Data Processing Management Association

DaVid Johnson

Pres iaenl

2 Ch arles Bankeslef

Vice PreSident

3 Donna Neal

Socrelary

Lmda Miles

Trea su rer

Danny COllins

Lrz Thomps on

7 Janel Ochs

8 Elarne Jenkins

9 Stephanie Rodriquez

10 Carol Strahan

11 Nancy Peacock

12 Cia" Sherman

13 Tern Womack

14 Dale Roberts

15 Dona td Piazza

16 Kell rn BentOfl

17 Jerry Lowery

18 Greg William s

Physical Therapy

Club


I Charlone Sullivan 2 Judy Hilburn

3 Jac ....e LaFleur

4 Janel Gunler

5 Carol Chflslian

6 Niger Half

7 Deanne Fairley 8 Judy Hudn aU

9 carolyn Copeland

Treasurer

10 J e m Ann Sams 11 Mary Bellard 12 Karen Muns ,3 Cindy Covenlon 14 Gnltrolelte Dew Co-Service Chairman 15 M a b 16 Dome Burnham 17 Dana Lawrence 16 Cindy Yates

Occupational

Therapy Club

19 Pany Shoudy

President 20 Larry Adcock

Co-Service Gila irman 21 Harriett Tucker 22 elms Plaisance Co-Service Chaiflnan 23 Wanda Gilbert Co-Service Olai"nan 24 Mary Jane Ratcliff 25 Je annelte Bison

26 Linda Cockrell 27 Carla Gaddis 28 Roxanne Wehling 29 Karen Laug h lin

30 Judy CruRlp 31 Patsy MaxW1'j1l

32 RebeCca Richa/d$on Secre tary

33 Rose Wrig ht


, Oawn Tutll e 2 Foley Nash

Hlsl ollan and

Public Relations

Aline Gosshn

Presldenl 4 Konnelh Williams Vice President 5 Dale Chee1o; Tr easurer 6 Tem Granlham Secretary

7 Prudy Parks

8 Nancy Bateman

9 Jearw e Robenson 10 Mimi Morgan 11 Elaine Sotko 11 Vicki Hennes 13 &"san Rials Eileen Cloninger 15 Fredeflck Adams

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Phi Tau Gamma Fo re ig n La ngu age Club

1 Jesslyn Stephens

1 Amanda Woodell 3 Charlis Eslep President â&#x20AC;˘ Alvin Lui Vice Presiden.

5 Bemice Kemp

6 Gay Boulware

7 Beth Grtlenwood

Modern Dance Club

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Sigma Alpha Chi Speech Pathology and Audiology Club

1 Connie Sue HcnClerSon 2 Becky Flanagan 3 leona Mae Bobo

20 Or Richard E. Doolrn

4 Bobb le Jo Lovett

:?3 Peggy Montz

5 lynnell Flynn

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Barb ara Gauthier

Mary Brewton

Marilyn Nola

Maria Sawyer

Carolyn Hinto n

11 Suzanne Sotleau 12 Susan Reeoer 13 14 15 16 17 18

Debb.e Slfong Susan Taylor Cha/tolla FinCher Jean I(i!pa lnck Susan Weich I(,is Douglas

19 Sue Seab

21 OfIbble Gremilli on 22 Jane Robo r1 son

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Cindy 8eaugh Public Relations Kay Roberts Sacrct ary Jackie HernanClet President Joe McMakm Helen SC hwart:.enbu ~ Vice P te:s ide nl

29 Anita Fowler 30 Janet Isbell

31 Susan Ebarb 32 Chlistil'le Matthews 33 Monica Scalia 34 Or E J Kramar

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Phi Delta Chi

1 Wayne Falcone Treasure r

2 Dominick Caldemne

:} 80 Fames

., Bill Hanson

5 Gary Folk s 6 Jerry Lofl in

Pled ge Capla ln

Donnie Scimeca

8 Dale Becnel

9 David Martinez

10 Robert Ro ck 1\ 12 13 14 15

Michael Benjamin Randy Hanks Mike An ding Dent Wood Raymond McCa ndlPsh

16 Greg Smith 17 Ralph Aui z 18 Eddie Kl ein Vice Presldenl 19 Frank Inma n 20 Sal Russo 21 8111 Colvin Assista nt Correspondent

22 Phi' Beard 23 David Poche 24 JOhn Hunler

25 Gary Brinson 26 Sieve McB ri de 27 David Spears

28 Da...id Snow

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29 Loyd Smith 30 Bobby Munster 31 Marc Smith 32 Burl Arche r 3J Mike Kul linan 34 John HHdenbram1 Assisl ant lo r Profe ssional Af/a lrs 35 Jack BlanChe 36 Joey Davi s

37 Or ArChie Beebe AdV ISor

38 Or Gary Ferguson 39 John Nowlin Prelate 40 Randy SlaHorCl 41 Oaryl Newman

42 John Gue<! ry 43 John 8ull 44 Glenn Brown 45 Kellh Hatfield ~6 Frank Holland 47 Jerry Morlan 46 Dennis Hurley 49 Joe Birdwell 50 Sco1t Sevier President 5 1 Dennis SI . P'erre Ass istant Treasu rer 52 Joe V,2.e M


Women's Recreation Association 1 Julia S oothe

President

2 LlIlda Hardy VU~(! President Debbie Marz ula Secretary Kay Nugent

Treasure( 5 Guina Sylyester 6 Joy Plants 1 Pal Aedd

8 Gail Tyler

9 Tanya Ganey 10 Cathy Gebhardt 11 Mary Wilson 12 Cherne Wal ker 13 Jean WyaH 14 Betsy Sheets

15 Catherin e Jones

1 Joyce Paul

Vice President

2 Wand a Strlck.tand

Secretary

3 K B. 0 Donnell

President

4 Ooll1e Mc Enery

Guard

5 Debbie Christman

Treasurer

6 Aachel Mtuet

1 Glynn Pulnam 8 9 10 11 12 13

Diane Moody Susie Smith Laufle Ranck Carolyn ShiPP Marilyn Hefchenhahn Jeanrune Ro....don

14 Pal Bales 1$ Laura Upton

Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters

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Rotaract

1 Debbie Lar.gley 2 Elaine Ryan 3 Sally Walpole

Secu;,Iary 4 Beverly Devine

S Nora Clout ie r

6 Pal Pate

Frank Cloutier 6 Lynnell Flynn 9 Debbie Sherg alls 10 Laura Fu1per

11 Susan Duggins 12 James Mcilwain Presidenl 13 Aene McGee 14 Sieve Hutchins 15 Daniel Dupree Advi sor

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Patn Cla Willis Vicky Barnes Judy JQtI.... soo M<lrleen Finley Pres ident Jane t Hiller Ka ren Nolen Susan Har1 Sally Walpole Susan Duggins Manan Kilcoyne

11 Karen l ovell 12 13 1~ 15

Bever ly Devine Peggy Leigh Sandy Deal Carolyn Colvard

Compass Club

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1 Terry Driskill

2 Cin(!y Corolla J Unda Gl,lIUOry 4 Trlcla Sl erling

5 Jennehe Bison Sweethe art

6 linda Jean 7 Donna Dosher 8 Debbie Herma nn

9 Dr Spencer Adviso r 10 Haral Pedersen 11 Frank McCloy

12 Susan Odom 13 Mic hael Ruppe" 14 Rolland Rulkows ki

Treasurer 1S 16 17 18

Ralph Evans Btuce McCormiCk MIChael Carter Jim SChuJingkamp

19 20 21 22

Randy l ovell Doug Crai ghead Don Stephens Mike Brasher

23 John Ketler President

Circle K

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Kappa Epsilon Pharmaceutical Fraternity

1 Donna Harren

Corresponding

Secretary Lois Ferguson

AdVisor

3 Vallie long

vice Preslden!

Kay Cannon

PresIdent

5 Lucy Sarnp ognaro

AdvI sor

6 Sammie Beam

Pledge Presiden t

7 SUlanne Mc Elwee

8 Cmdy 8rea l/1[

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Ginger Brewer Marl ene Firmin Path Pope Vick,e Holland FI ances Hall Margarel Nuss libby COli li nda Leek Carl a Roger M<lrgarel Coon

25 Evelyn Thom pson 26 Charmai ne Brown

10 Bona Benjamm 11 Susan NIChelson 12 Dianne McB ri de Recording Secretary

27 Colleen Gurley 28 Katn erme Tauw'\ 29 JaniS Landry 30 Joy Hawthorn 3 1 J erry Ann Jones 32 Cmay Grubb 3J Sharo n Tub.e 3.4 Jod i To liver

35 Marsa Phillips

13 Carliss Sampognaro

36 linda Baggarly

14 JuOy Pmneaux

37 Sarah Douglass

9 Mal1ha Holtnes

Chaplam

Parliamentarian

38 Aloce Caldwell


Collegiate Farm Bureau

I Richard Pnce

2 Bruce Newcomer 3 DenniS Dosher

4 Gayle Haynes

5 Peggy Jones 6 LaOon na Graves 7 Ann Graves II Mike Johnston 9 Marshall SevIer

10 Donny Creet 11 Wendell Ford ham

12 Reggie Alt)rin on

Bruce Newcomer, President ; Peggy Jones, Secreta ry-Treasurer: Susan Odom, Swee theart ; Regg ie Albritton. Vice President.


MIlle Moore Gayle Haynes

Represenlalive Peggy Jones Public Relations

4 LaOonna Graves

5 Mr. Alle n

Rodeo

Club

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9 Randall Parker 10 Glenn Fell 11 Gail Moore $ecretaryTreasurer Vick. Green

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Bruce Newcomer Marshall Sevier 15 Bill Nelson 16 Regg ie Albnnoo 17 MIke Johnston Vice PreSident 18 Wendell Fordham

PubliC Relations 19 MarsaHe Hendti. ?O New Gene May 21 Charl es McCormick

Delta Demeter Agricultural Fraternity

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1 Danny Creel 2 Forrest Mixon 3 Wlllmm Fletcher Roger Wilson Degree Caplain 5 Peggy Jones 6 Tom McConnell 7 Ga.1 Moore Secretary-Treasurer II Or Paul Kapp AdVIsor

9 Reggie Albnnon Presl<1enl

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Another Part ofthe Forest, by Lillian Hellman,

The first production of the spring semester told

the story of a power struggle in anouveau fiche Soutbern family in the 1880's, Eacb of Marcus Hubbard's three cbildren .tries to gain control of the family from their father. The way that Benjamin, oldest son, finally succeeds makes a cbilling drama, and sets tbe stage 'for Miss Hellman's later play about the same family, The Little Faxes, Featured in the cast were Alan Lee as Marcus, Nancy Govang as Lavinia, the crazy mother, Debra G. Meadows as Regina, Butch Pace as Benjamin, and Doug Holmes as Oscar.

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A Cry of Players, by Willia m Gibson . The fa ll producti on in No rthea st Th ea tre fea tured Willi a m G ibson's fi cti on alized dra m a tization of Shakes足 peare's yo uth , in cluding th e death of his yo ung son Ha mn et and the brea ku p of his marriage with Anne Hath away. T he larg e cast includ ed P ac Zac hary as Will. Peggy Bye rs as Anne, Butch Pace as Kemp, Kar足 e n Drap er as jenn y, and Kei th Kirby as Sir Thom as.

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Rigoletto. is th e s tory of the co urt jester to th e Duke of Mantua. whose only purpose in life is to prote c t his daughter, G ilda . from the intrigues o f the court. is th e dramatic setting for Verdi' s exc iting a nd throbb ing score whic h th e world has come to kn ow a nd to l ove, Another play th a t w as brought to NLU was Willi a m Shakespeare's The Tempest. wh ich is a vision o f ultim ate human mys­ teries, T. S. Elio t said, "the work of a writer who has fi nally s een through th e drama tic ac ti on of men into a spiritual action which trans ­ cends all. " In search of thi s vision, d esigner Irene Corey has crea ted a los t Atl antis Is le for Prospero's mag­ ic, proo f agai ns t the cynicism of worldly earthlings, a pl ace of cr ea ­ tures akin to th e sea, phos phore sce nt a nd glowing against the bJack my s­ tery of the d eep.

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Beauty and the Beas t, a fairy tale adapted for the stage by Mary Kate Tews. Rounding out the Childre n's Th eatre W orkshop for the su mm er of 1972 w as the cla ssic s tory of the enchanted prince doomed to roam the world as an ugly beast until re足 deemed by the fair maid's kiss. The cas t included Gay Caldwe ll as Bea ut y, Keith Kirby as Th e Beast, Pam Church as the story tell er, Julie Green as the mus ician, Mary Sue Hu mble as the nasty sis te r Myra, Cam Aulds as Papa, a nd Connie H a r足 grader as th e qu een Zorina.

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Raisin in the Sun dealt with the black life in the ghetto of Chicago. The pl ay exe mplifies the prob lems of dreams that are cons tantly being frustrated. It d eals with a mother trying to hold h er fami足 ly toget her in t h e mids t of fin a n ci a J hards hip s and emo足 tional turmoi 1.


Two other plays that were presen ted b y the NL U Theatre were Guys and Dolls and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Guys and Dolls, a musi cal fable of Broadway, by Frank Loesser. NLU jumped on th e "Fifti es Revival" bandwagon with th e Runyonesque tale of the Broadway gangster who, while searching for a plac e to ha ve a crap game (th e oldest-established-permanent-fJoating-crap game in New York) falls in love with a sergeant in the Salvation Army aft er trying to take her to Havan a on a bel. The wedding was as hilariou s as the courtship . The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, by lay Press on Allen, starring Miss Mercedes McCambridge. Another in Nor theast' s co ntinuing seri es of plays featuring gues t artists, this mod ern tra gedy tells of an unmarri ed school teacher whose concerTI for beauty jad es her vision of truth. The NLU produ c tion featured TONY Award No minee Mercedes McCambridge in th e role of Mi ss McKay, headmistress of th e excl usi ve girls' school. lean Brodie wa s played by Miss I. c. Huntl ey , dram a cri ti c for the Monroe Ne ws Star-World and a 1967 gra duat e. Other notables in the cas t were faculty memb ers Dr. V. I ackson Smith and Miss Nelwyn Bickley.

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The Red Shoes, a musi cal fairy tale, by Lyla H ay Owens. The fir st production of NLU's tw elft h annual Children's Th eatre Festival and Workshop told th e delightfully poign a nt story of the yo ung girl who wa nt ed to he a dancer but was too poor to afford s hoes. She got shoes from the benificent Witch Gert rude, only to in c ur the wrath of Gertrude' s "Ruder" s is ter, Roda. The pro足 duction featured Mary Easterling , Lee Gray, Ron Hall, Bud and Donna Massingill, and Arden Allen.


The NLU Jazz Ensemb le has a lon g li s t o f Acco mpli s hm ent s a nd Goa ls to its credit. The Ensemb le has b een on tw o usa S p ons足 ered Euro pea n To ur s, one in 1963 an d th e oth er in 1969. [t h as play ed Co nce rt s & Clini cs

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throughout th e So uth and is co ns ta ntl y pre 足 pa ring fo r performances in th e area. The St ud ent members of th e Jazz Ensembl e a re exposed to a varie ty of musica l s ty les rangin g from Jazz to Roc k. Th e exp os ure and oppor tunit y to perfo rm w ith a gro up as fin e as the Jazz Ensemble ser ves to prepare the studen ts fo r th e Profess io na l fi eld o f music as well as the Educatio n a l fi eld .

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The NLU Singers are a most versati Ie group, singing swing a nd blues at do wn 足 town civic clubs to popular at campus fnnc足 tions to classi cal at conventions. The si ng足 ers were chosen to perform an original work by Lalo Schifrin's, "Madrigals for the Space Age," at the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Conven tion in Mobil e, Auditions are held thr ee times a year and are open to anyo ne, Approximately 2 / 3 of the group are non-music majors. To qualify one needs quality of voice, stage pres ence, the ability to sight read, and have a good personality, Individualwi se we are proud to have as members Miss NLU of 1972, Miss NLU of 1973, and num erous other girls and boys, A good percentage of th e group ha ve above average s cholastic achievements, The NLU Singers is one of Northeast's superior or足 ganizati ons and we are honored and proud to have one of the nation's most outstanding orga nizations on our camp us. The Singers are under th e direction of Mr, William j, Herring with Walter Benj ami n Huffm an as the accompanist.

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The Concert Choir, co ns is ting of 42 se lec­ ted s inge rs , performs ma n y times during the sc hoo l yea r, both on a nd off ca mpu s. An­ nua Jl y th ey prese nt a Fa ll Co nce rt , C hrist­ mas Co nce rt, Co n­ te mpo ra ry Chora l St y ­ les Co ncert a nd a bri ef tour w ithin the s ta te. T h is yea r the c hoir will pe rform in Shrevepor t, Bark sdale AFB, Fo rt Polk Mili­ tary Reservatio n and Hodges Gardens. The Co ncer t C ho ir is un­ d er th e d irec ti on of Dr. Edward Deckard. The University Chorale is the newes t of th e chora l organi zatio ns in the S chool of Music. Th e group is also und er the direclion of Dr. Edward Deck a rd, assistant professor of mu s ­ ic, a nd was formed pri­ maril y to afford the yo un g ­ er si ngers in th e School of Mu sic an opportunity to sing in a select, bal ­ anced ensemb le and to perfor m s ta ndard colleg­ ia te chora l repertoire. T h e Chorale has presented severa l concer ts on camp ­ us in this their first yea r and plans to pe rform in several of th e nearby communities later this spring.

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Int erdepartmental comp etition resulted in a successful exhibit and sale for th e NLU Art Department in December. Each faculty mem足 ber chose severa l works from each class to be exhibited, the artist receivi ng both a certifi ca te of me足 rit a nd proceeds from the sa le of his work. A resounding s uccess , the project netted over five hun足 dred dollars.

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Diane May. Unda Clark

News Bureau

Jan Stewart

Waynette Besser


Barbara Hickingbotlom

Dwanne Smith

Jane Tucker


Radio and television students began using en ­ tirely new facilities this year: a televi sion studio. film workroom. radio studio and separate co ntrol rooms for both radio and televisiou. Brand new equipm ent , including color te levisi on camer as and vid eo tap e reco rder, went int o the new faciliti es.

Under th e s uperv isio u of Dr. V. Jackson Smith. Asso ciate Profess or of Speech and Direc tor of Broadcas ting, th e students oper ate a Campus FM radio statio n and video tap e programs for lo ca l television s tation s.

Student s take turns op erating all of the equip­ ment. as well as an nouncing a nd direc ting. Pro­ gram s produ ced include origina l scri pts written by the s tudents.

Journalism students are required to w ork on the Pow Wow in re­ porting and ed iting labs. The 202 and 307 (reporting classes) wor k as repo rters for the Pow Wow. They are a ssig ned beats and ga ther news eac h week fr om those are as. T he 304 [editing) class spend s time each wee k ed iting copy and wl'iting hea dlines on t he Pow Wow . Jo urn alism 308 (ad­ vanced reportin g) stu de nt s s p end labora tory time eac h mo nth at th e local newspaper and lor television s tati on. Thro ugh thes e labo ra tor­ ies student s are ab le to put into appli cation immediat ely. th e the­ ori es ta ught in the cl ass room s.

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Chacahoula Editor Terry Auco in

NLU Yearbook Staff


Assistant Editor Booker Hall

Associate Editor Mitzie Maxwell

Assistant Editor Randy Nichols

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A.s lst.nt Editor Ginger Roos

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Editor Charles Haddox

Business Manager Richard Brooks

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Reporters Booker Hall, Charles Reed , Gail Wallace . OeOe Burk.

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News Editor Larry Wall

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Jerry Sandifer, Head Photographer, Fall Semester

Billy Heckford, Head Photographer, Spring Semester

Tommy Abrams

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Jack Dietl e

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Tom Keller

Th e NLU P ho to La b. . . w it ho ut th e m t here cou ld ne ve r be a Ch aca houl a . . . or a Pow Wow. Ded ica ted photographers ,'un足 ning in m a n y different di rec tion s to h elp the Ne w s Bureau an d its b ranc h es com 足 p let e th eir deadlines on time. Printing con足 tact she ets, developing fi lm, taking more pictu res . so me emp loyees ju st ca lm their ne rves by s trumm ing o n a g uit ar. Wayne Sandlin

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Sigma Lambda Chi Building Construction Fraternity 2 3

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Bobby EnsmInger

PresIdent

Rick McAlmond Dave ScoggIns Vice Pre sldenl Jell Wolfe Jane Brown John Hunter Secrerary-Treasurer Steve Traxler

Jerrold Bradley

Don Marshall

Advisor Joe Denson James Blansett Pledge Master Randy Albritton MIke Colvin


NLU Junior American Dental Hygienists' Association

1 Carol Rob inson

2 Pal\~ Bush

Vic e PreSidei'll

3 Cindy Cook

Hlsl or ian

4 Susan Evans

Secretary

5 Sharon Dumas

6 Kay McOonald

President

7 PaUy MOlrls

8 Nora ClOt/her

9 Clarece Wolle

Treasurer 10 Oawn Fry 11 Barba ra Clift 12 Paula Galennle CorrespondIng Secretary 13 Ell ie ea rte l

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Brigadear Cadettes 1 Martha Davidson 2 DEbra S Hayes 3 Cindy Yates 4 Mrs Joseph CancaUare

5 Elame Roper 6 Dale Cheek 7 Lynn AIi(!fl B Connl!~ Prince

9 Betty Lishman 10 Carol Porther 11 Debby K Wiillams

12 Pal h Hartma n 13 Debbie Brown 1<1 Sandy Jelks

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GAM MA

Jo Ann Bradl ey Presidenl

2 P aui Hartman 3 Sandy Walts Tre as urer

4 Marleen Finl ey 5 Janel Williams Vice Pre sldenl 6 ClIldy SipeS

7 Oaphne Cra '" HrSlorian路Repor ler Pal Sy Hammonds 9 Glori a Sell

Acacia Little Sisters

Judy Wil liams

President

2 Debby BuCkner

VH:: e Pre sld enl

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Secretary.Treas li rer

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5 Nadine Bounds

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7 Jane Stewa rt

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9 Peggy Oe alon 10 S uzette Lantle. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 HI

Susan Od om Gail Scroggins Linda Jean Martha Wilioam s Lena Evans Kalh y Jordan Ava McClurkin Lucy Groff

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Students of a Soul Society Ashton Dunn Pr eSident Charles Slewart, Vice Presloent 111iran Washi ngto n. Secrel ary-TrC.Jsu rer Nathan Wl nesbeJfY ParliOitnenlanan Cah' e Jarlles. Intram urals Chairma n Ali ne Cru m p Linda Brown Noah Rl tey an d the Ju bil ee SII1gel$ Everell Shlele Oscar B arber

Gary Crumpt on. PreSi dent Bruce Matulich, Vi ce Presldem Judi Silerm<ln Secre tary Gene Robin son. Treasurer Don Tate DOro th y McCoy M ary Hendershot Roben E May l ar ry Placetor

Don Frencll Robert Lee Bon nie Jon es larry Rowe Barron Bozeman J oe Wray Stan GUillory la rry Carr Janel Pa:o:ton Dwayne Duhon Mike Hoyle

Lambda Epsilon Chi-Law Enforcement Fraternit


1 Terry Conroy

Secretary 2 Edward Turnbull

Presldenl Ray Knlchel Vice Preslderll 4 Jim Brown

Pledgemasler 5 Don Enlow Sergeant al Arms

6 Bruce Matulich 7 Allen Lum B Bob McWilliams 9 Jim Thomas

10 John Johnson 11 Rusly Bliss

12 Chris Thompson Treasurer 13 Mary McNeely 14 Vernon Bothwell

Alpha Eta Rho-A viation Fraternity


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Kappa Kappa Psi Band Fratern it y

1 Joh n little

P res.denl :? GeraJd Sflllih J Richard W orthing ton <1 Andy tsea Secretary Billy Garter Johnny Bum s Kenny McDougle Treasurer 8 Sl ephen K Howard Vice PreSident

9 King Scali

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Phi Mu A lpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity I Alan Clarke Vice President 2 Mary Jane Hawkins Swee1hearl

J Thomas Gorman ~

President

Carl Moore

HI$l eflan

5 Rick Gregg Treasurer 6 Marty Hearne 7 Thomas de la Brelonne

8 l a uy Burrell 9 Raben H Fmch

Secrelary 10 Slanley Ftnck. Adyisar

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Tau Beta Sigma Band Sorority

M'f!am DveU 2 Debor ah S!einqv9S1 3 Teresa Wh.fwOr1h Svsan Unger Treasu rer 5 Sherry Sandridge ti Clara Harden 7 JaOlce Jon eS 6 Diana Olsen 9 Donna CalIon 10 Alicia Morgan Vice PreS ident 11 Brenda little Secreta ry 12 Pat Marcel PreSident

1 Nancy Gova ng Vice Pres ,oen!

2 Peggy Byers Pledge Traoner

3 Svsan Wible Presldenl 4 Mike Holey1ield 5 John Vog ! 6 Ke llh Kilby 7 Marlo; Watson

Trea su rer a Kim Powell 9 MarShall Sherman

Alpha Psi Omega Drama Fraternity

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Senior Board

1 2 3 4

Monnlta Vlck Maureen McGeever Suzanne Taylor Janel Vaughan

Secretary 5 Judy Primeaux

6 Janel Koncrnsky

Treasurer

7 Pam Odom

PreslClenl

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9 PhylliS Gilmore

Vice President 10 Alison Crenshaw Reporter 11 Joy Hathorn

12 Terre Green 13 Pat Agrn

1 DaVid Kirby

2 Laura Fulper

3 DaVid Austin

Historian

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Benny Popwell Reporter Bryan Mills PhylliS Gilm()(e

Vice President

Roy Varner

Dr William Morns Advisor Steve Hutchms Jue Chapman DaVid Schalf Randy Taylor lanme Philley. M.D Stephen Ramey

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Sigma Gamma Ep silon

V,Vian Hebert President Sarah Knlghl s

Debbie Doles Report er 4 Mary Lu Sm ith Parliamen tarian Sheila May Mo nmta Vick

Treasure. MI S Frances M itChe l l

8 Chnst lne Phd ley 9 Fra n Harbuck Vi ce PresHl enl 10 Beth DIedrich Secretary II Ann Halley

12 Mari lyn Akers Hlstonan 13 Sandra Weaver

14 Susan LasuUo A(1vlsor

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Donna Harrel! Carol Ki mball Hlslorlan

3 Judy PnmeaU)! Vice PreSodent 4 SuS<'ln Nick.erson 5 Flank Lnman

Sec reta ry足

Treasurer

6 Kenneth Spear

President

7 JOQ Mertens

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Justme Soileau Camille Cancienne

Charles 8 ell Suunntl McElwee 12 COlleen Gurley 13 Thomas Hudspeth 14 Barry AOblchau)(

15 John Z.tzmann 16 Of. Joseph Kern 11 Larry MOrello 18 linda Leek

Rho Chi Pharmacy Society

DOfTl lnick Scimeca J Ohn No wlin James Talley Dr WiLham KeUer Jimmy Br3nlley 24 Jerry Jones 25 JOy Halhom 19 20 21 22 23

26 Dr. Ga ry Ferguson Ad ....,sor 27 Dr Eugene Watkins 28 Dr Arc hie Beebe

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Dr. Edwar(l Brecht Dr Jerome HenSIOk.

Jon TanIa Lee Verrel1 Tom Galland Or. Theodore E,cknoU Dr Dale Cronk

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The noiseless movements behind Ibe sceDes or the vital conferences bebind private doors-Dr. George T. Walker is performing his role as pres ident of Northeast Louisiana Uni versity. His action continues at different places throughout any time of the day or week . The president and Mrs. Walker took their seats at the red足 neck pep-rally, and supported the Indians at football and basketball games. As a gracious hostess and a charming host, Dr. and Mrs. Walker are generous and willing when the occasion for entertai ning at their home arrives. As th e third presid ent of NLU , Dr. Walker cherishes the past fifteen years with quiet tho ug hts and strong feelings of pride and confidence-fifteen years spent in preparation for now ...


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Working with the NLU administration and students has been a most rewarding experience. The student body is GREAT! The SGA

Glenn F. Powers

Vice President for Academic Affairs

our campus has experienced unusual stability in its environment and tremendous growth in its student enrollment. We shall continue to solicit help from students in our efforts to improve the institution.

James M. Nicholson

ExecuHve Vice ?r~S/l!JBrf1

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Alton R. Taylor Vice President for Student Affairs

James M. Nicholson

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The field of journalism provides better communication opportunities . Because the world g rows more co mplex daily, the journalist mu st be able to interpret what takes place-rather than merely report the situation . The Pow Wow serves as the medium of communication between the students and the faculty at Northeast. No t only must the Pow Wow staff be able to explain the events occurring on the NLU campus, but they must also be able to evaluate those occurrences . Thus,

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Director of News Bureau

Brythel H. Brantly Counseling Center Director

I enjoy working with the students at Northeast. The caliber of the students is amazing, and their ability surprised me. Overall , there seems to be

very good communication outlets with the students. The growth of the campus continually attracts incoming students. Gerald Stone Director of News Bureau

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part of Northeast because it has achieved its increasing statu s by not being too conservative or too liberal. I t hink the quality and the attitude of the students have made Northeast great.

Thomas E. Murphy Dean of Men

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As a graduate of Northeast, I have formed close ties wi th the Universi ty ove r the yea rs. I enjoy working with the st u dents by helping them to adjust to .

new living situations and college life. Being a fraternity advisor has been a worthwhi le experience. This po sit ion has provided the opportunity for me to form closer relationships with the ma le students invo lved in fratern iti es .

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Changes within ,t he Northeast re sidential halls are inevitable.

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I eager freshmen begin their

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admission procedure) and to view their scholastic growth I I , through graduation , As keeper of students' academic records, am privileged to be in contact with almost every area of the University. Each day I witness many changes which have occurred since my arrival at Northeast several years ago, Most notable among these are: improved facilities, broader curriculum offerings, better preparedness of students, and outstanding achievements among members of the st udent body. 'I

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Coordin ator of Ev ening Division

Being involved ... in campus activities not only academically, but also socially and professionally has been a most wonderful experience. It has been a most rewarding experience now for twenty years. I appreciate the contributions that the students have made in the accomplishments of this administration . Student involvement in committees and in all phases of campus life has made Northeast one of the great institutions in Loui siana.

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Northeast has grown three-fold in the past decade.

Jack E. Kimball

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Alma Lutcy

Registrar

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university resources and are co ntinu ally expanding our programs to meet the needs of student s,

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Wade N. Dupuis Director of Security and Safety 1

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AS a member of the NLU administration for the past two years, I have been amazed at the growth of the number of student s in the University. The environment of Northeast is very pleasing , and I enjoy working with the students.

The attitude of the students ..

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James C. Fryer ASSista nt Director o f

FinanCia l Aid and Placement

Although NLU is increasing in enrollment , jobs and other financial aid on ca mpus will increase only according to financial need . The factors involved in determining financial aid are family income, the number of dependent I children in the family and the '1'1 number of children in tdhe family presently enroll e In college , Placement services are rendered to students who seek I' employment upon graduation . I We are happy to be available for financial assi stance and student employment through

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It as been a wonderful experience to be in contact with the students at Northeast and to watch a period of tremend ous growth . This growth is wonderful and well-deserved . However, due to the increasing enrollment , our present library has already been outgrown. Every possibility for a larger library is being looked into to meet the constant needs of the University stud ents.

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geographi ca l location of Northeast has aided greatly in

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William E. Laird Alumni Secretary

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there will always be some who are apathetic ...

......._足 Robert l. DeMoss

Director of Auxiliary Enterprises

Lake C. Oxford Director of Institutional Research

Charles H. McDonald

Coordinator of Student Activities

Entertainment on the Northeast campus is selected to meet the variety of interest of its student body. Through its various activities we attempt to provide . Ronald Gunter

Purchasing Agent

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Dr. Dwight Delbert Vines. Dean of Ihe College of Busi ness Administration

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The primary objective of tbe College of Business Ad­ ministration is to educa te s tud ents by fac ilit a tin g th e development of th ose ab ili­ ti es and a ttitud es necessary for

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t hruug h fac ult y and student research. and to publicize and disse minate s uch kno w­ led ge. (2) To improve th e quality of life in the comm un­ it y and surrounding region s by co ns ultati on and media­ tion in respect to business and eco nomic problems, and by cu -ord in a ting college pol­ icies and programs with those of the area it serves.

The Co llege Admini s tration

of Business faculty has

outstanding ed uca tional prep­ aration in addition to busi­ ne ss and o th e r relevant ex­ peri ence. A s pec ial effort is mad e

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benefit to each s tud ent in cla ss and to ma ke every prog ra m und erta ke n by th e College wor th w hil e. Th e fa­ c ult y ac ti vely see ks to find n ewe r and

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Or. Dorothy E. Crunk, Head

Department of Office Administration

DEPARTMENT OF OFFICE ADMINISTRAnON Or. Eugene H. Fox, Head

Department of Economics and Finance

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE Dr. Laurel Pe ase -Insurance Dr. Richard Milk-Economics Dr. Patricia Garland-Real Estate Dr. Presto n [uv enal-Economics Dr. Lawrence Kratz-Economics Dr. Donald Waters-Banking Dr. Eugen e Fox-Economics and Fi足 nan ce Dr. Edgar Hpu sc h-Finance Dr. [erry Hood-Finance Mr. Dave Norris- Economics Mr. Tom McCan n-Economics Dr.M . A. Futayyeh-Economics

Mrs. Carolyn L. Babb Mr. Shirley Robbins Dr. ). R. Smith Mr. Howard Morton Dr. Gloria Bartley Mrs. Carolyn Dolecheck Mrs. Page Miller

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Dr. Van C. McGraw, Head

Department of Management and Marketing

DEPARTMENT OF MAN­

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Dr. Cha rl es O. Betti nger­ Research and Quantitativ e Methods Dr. Ly nd on E. Dawso n, Jr. ­ Marketing Dr. Robert E. Harri son­ Management and Market ­ ing

Dr. Van C. McGraw-M anag e­ ment

Dr. Rose ma ry Pl ed gerMa nagement Dr. Dwight D. Vin es­ Management Dr. Maynard M . Dolech eck­ Quantitative Meth ods Dr. Jo hn Pau l Dunn­ Marketing Dr. Carle to n C. Pa ge­ Management Dr. LaHoma Ri ederer­ Quantitati ve Me th ods

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Dr. Ronald L. Boase­ Q uan ti tat i ve Meth ods Mr. Bobby G. Canterbury­ Da ta Processing Mr. Ha ml et R. Cartel', Jr.­ Ma nagement Mr. Bill H. Chasta in­ Business Law Dr. Robert J. Kerber­ Management Mr. James M . McBet h­ Management Mr. Jack Y. Pursifu ll­ Quantitative Methods Mr. Henry M. Strumpell­ Data Processing Mr. L. L. Swearingen, JI'.­ Bu sin ess Law Dr. Ja mes H . Wilkins­ Marketing Dr. Rohert K . Wv socki­ Quantitati ve M~tho d s Dr. L. M. Zobi sch ­ Management Mr. James P. Greenlee­ Management


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Department of Accounting

DEPART MENT OF

ACCOUNTIN G

Mrs. Cy nthia R. Betlinger­

Accoun ti ng Mr. Thomas W. Ch a tham­ Accounting Dr. fohn D. Ed w ard s ­ Acco unling Mr. B. T. Kaylor-A cco unl­ ing Mr. fohn L. Luffey -A c­ counting Mr. Will T. S mith-Acc ount ­ ing Dr. Maci! C. Wil kie-Ac­ counling Dr. Maril yn G. Winborne­ Acco unling

D r. Edward j . G res s-Ac­ co unling Mr. R. Howa rd Sa nd erlin­ Gra du a te Ass is ta nt

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Dr. Bernard Shadoin, Dean of the College of Education

The purp ose of th e College of Edu ca tion is to bring stu­ dent. s an d facul ty togeth er und er conditions that will foster excellence in learning. Experiences provid ed in th e Coll eg e of Education are de­ s ig ned to lead pri marily to

Educa t.ion focu s on assuring

that s tudent s w ho complete it s prog ra ms have the best possible peeparati on for en­ ter ing in creas ingly challeng­

careers jn tea ch ing a nd re­

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lat ed professions . Howev er.

a re continuou sly evaluated an d improved to en hance th eir valu e to the st udent. T he Coll ege of Education

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programs

in t he Coll ege tha t do oat pre­ pare s tu dents to be teachers. In the Co ll ege of Edu ca­ tion, th e emp hasis is on peop le. Individuals progress throug h carefully pla nn ed prog rams to develop a stro ng ba ckground of knowledge and the interpe rsonal sk ill s ne­

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profes sion s.

Programs

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combin ation of people and programs that s tand among the first in th e na tion. Stu­ dent s. alumn i. and fac ulty have good reaso n to de mon ­ s trate enthusiastic pride in the Coll ege of Edu cation at North east Louis iana Univ er­ si ty. -Dea n Bernard Shadoin


Dr. Don W. locke, Head

Department of Secondary and

Counselor Education

Dr. Catherine Dean Vaughan, Head

Department of Elementary and Early

Childhood Education

Dr. Oscar N. Walley, Head

Departmenl of Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Charles T. Dunn-Introdu ctory and Comparative Psychology Dr. William O. Gay-Educational Psychology, Psychological Foundations of Learning Dr. Wayne M. Gilbert-Abnormal Psy chology, Psychopathology Psychological Assess­ ment Dr. Maury M. Harraway-Introducto ry and Experimental Psychology, S emin ar in Contemporary Problems III Psychology Dr.' Alex john-Childhood, Adolescent and Advanced Adolescent Psychology Dr. Ernest Maples, jr.-Childhood a nd Ad­ vanced Topic Psychology , Quantitative Methods in the Behavioral Sciences Dr. Louis E. McGuire-Introductory and Statistical Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF

SECONDARY AND COUN­

SELOR EDUCATION

Dr. Mars hall D. Boyd-Edu­

cat.ion Dr. james T. Kenney-Edu­ cation Dr. Merrill S. Nicklas-Edu­ cation Mr. Herman R. Sigler-Edu­ cation Mi ss Flora N. Roebuck Mr. W . Harper Gaushell­ Education Mrs. Laura j. Miller-Educa­ tion Miss C. Lynn Fife Mr. Tom McClain Mr s. R. Leah Miller Dr. E. j. Holt-Education Mrs. Loi s C. White-Educa­ tion

Dr. Bobby L. Stephenson-Childh ood Psychol­ ogy, The Mentally Retard ed Child Remediation of LearI)ing Disabilities Dr. james D. Thrasher-Abnormal , Social and Clinical Psychology Dr. Oscar Walley , jr.-Introductory and Personality Psychology Mrs. Donna Ackel-Personality Psyc hology Dr. james T. Kenney-Educational Psyc hol­ ogy Mr. Richard McKnight-Introductory Psy­ chology Mr. Glenn Ryals-Introductory P sychology Miss Sandra Roberts-Introductory Psychol­ ogy Mr. Phil Tomprorowski-Introdu ctory Psy­ chology Mr. james Tinsley-Adolescent Psychology Mrs. Sam Steven-Educational Psychology Dr. john R. Morella-Advanced Child Psy­ chology Miss Barbara Staff-Introductory Psychol­ ogy Mr. Steve Tolson-Introductory Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Mrs. Ruby Ball-Education Dr. Virginia Hargrov e-Education Dr. Dewayne Haynes-Education, English, Reading Mrs. Louise Lemert-Library Science Dr. Marjorie Snyder-Education Dr. Catherine Vaughan-Education Dr. Robert E . Ward-Education Dr. Virginia Eddleman-Education Dr. G. N. Hardaway-Education Mr. Ralph C. Ford-Student Teachers Mr. W. L. Foster, jr.-Researc h and Pro­ jects Mrs. jackie Livingston-Stndent Teachers Mr. Charles R. M cDo na ld-Student Teachers Mrs. jane Gibson-Reading Mrs. Nancy Horton-Reading Miss Margaret Hotard-Reading Mrs. Nelda Richardso n-Research Assis­ tant

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Dr. Wallace L Jones, Jr., Head Department of Administrati on. Su pervi sion and Foundations

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Dr. Richard A. Worthington , Head Department of Music

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND PHYS[CAL EDUCAT[O Dr. Arthur Adam s-Kines i­ ology Dr. Bill Arring ton- Prin ci­ p les and History Coac h Woody Boy les-Ar­ chery Dr. Richard Buck-Life Sa­ ving and Wat er Safety

Dr. Barry Johnson, Head Department of Health and Physical Education

Mr. Jim Coats ­ Fly-Bait Casti ng and Boat Safety Miss Be tty Faught-Tec h­ niques of Teaching Team Sp ort s Dr. CIon to n Fitzpatri ck Activities for Elementary School Mrs. Elizabeth HendrixFirs t Aid Dr. A lbert Hollis ter-Per­ sona l-Co mmunity Health Dr. Barry Johnston-Test­ ing and Measurements

Mr. Jack Rowan-First Aid

Dr. Earl Speights- Techniq ues of Teaching Indivi­ dual Sp orts Mrs . Sara Stockard-Folk Dan ce Mr. Bill Parker-Badminton . Mi ss Angela Crawford- Con­ ditioning Mrs. Susan Tuminello-G ym­ nastics

Mrs . Pam Holt-Swimming Mr. Jimmy Murphy-Con­ ditioning Mi ss Beth Greenwood-R yth­ mic Activities

Mr. Mike T raining

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Or. Frank Morgan, Jr., Dean of the College 01 Liberal Arts

Th e College of Liberal Arts offers a broad course of study in the departments of Art, English, Foreign Lan­ guages, History and Gov­ ernment, Military Science, Sociology a nd Social Scienc­ es, and Speech. Emphasizing the value of the humanities in a techno­ logical age, the College aims primarily to prepare its stu­ dents for specialization through a basic program of studies in the liberal arts and to provide them a well­ rounded and liberal educa­ tion which will enable them to feel at home in the world of ideas, deepen their ex­ perience of life by an under­ standing of th eir cultural heritage, develop their lead­ ership and communication skill s, and train them in ob­ jecti ve, critica l. and crea­ tive thinking.

It aims also 10 serve Stu­ dents in th e other colleges of the University by provid­ ing foundation COurses for the trai ning of teachers and offering a background of lib­ eral education for other pro­ fessional careers. Th e College offers under­ graduate majors in art, broad­ casting, co rrections, English, foreign languages, general studies, government, history, journalism, law enforcement, photo-journ alism, radio-tele­ vision man age ment, pre-law, social work, sociology, and

speech.

-Dean Frank M organ. Jr.

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DEPARTMENT OF

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Mrs. Charlene F. Crawley-

Latin_ Mrs. Sue H. Dennis-Spanish Dr. Carlos D. Fandal-French Mr. Michel Gontard-French Mrs . Annelies T . HaywardGerma n Pierre Mr.

Jacob-French Dr. Kenneth Olson-German and Ru ss ian

Mrs. Marie P. Watson-Span­ is h

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Dr. James B. Edwards, Head

Department of Art

DEPARTMENT OF ART Mr. Bri an R. Fassett-Ad­ verti si ng Design Mr. R. Eugene Hayes- Pho­ tog rap hy Mr. Louis Lubbering-Basic Design Mr. Denni s L. Mitchell­ Ceramics

Mr. Edward E. Schutz- Print­ making Mi ss C hery l Smith-Interior Des ign Ms. Jean F. Taylor-Dra w­ ing Mr. Robert G . Ward-Paint­ ing Mrs. JoElla C. Willi ams-Art Education Mi ss Linda Ellis-Bas ic De­ s ign Mr. Gerald Ortego-Basic Design


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Or. James W. Parkerson, Head

Department of Speec h

DEP AR TMENT 0 F SPEECH Dr. Geo rge C. Bri a n-D ra­ ma, Public Spea ki ng Dr. Richard F. Dooli n-S peech and Hea rin g Therapy Dr. Claud e C. Fuller-Inter­ preta tion. Fund amentals Pub lic Spea king Dr. Edward J. J. Kramar­ Speech and Hea ring Thera­ py Dr. Ja mes W. Pa rkerson­ Hi story of Speech Edu ca­ ti on. S peech Method s. Pub­ lic S pea kin g Mr. Pres ton F. Si sk-Drama co urses. P ub li c S pea king Dr. V. Jackson S mith-Ra­ dio-TV ; TV Journ alism Miss Marga ret L. WalkerDeba te and Disc uss ion, P ub lic Spea king Mrs. Berneda D. Broussard - Speech Fund a mentals Mi ss Kerry Ly nn Mu rp hy­ Public Speak ing Mrs. Jo yce Sw illie-P ublic Speaking Mrs. Ren ee M . T ull- S peech Fundam en ta Is Mrs. Becky Q. Vogt-Sp eech Fun damen ta ls

Or. John A. Mclemore, Head Department of English

DEPARTM ENT OF ENG LI SH Dr. Marth a Lo u Ada ms­ Engli s h Mr. Rob ert Anderson - Jo ur­ nalis m Mrs. Ne lwyn Bick ley-Eng­ lish Mrs. Theda Birdso ng- Eng­ lish Dr. Eric Brown- English Mr. Bob Ca rro ll-J o urnalis m Mrs. Ad elaide Fraz ier-Eng­ li s h Dr. P atri ck Garrett-En gli sh Mi ss Loui se H arri S-English Dr. Jerr y Holm es-Englis h Mrs. Ali ce Jac kson-Engli sh Mrs. Evelena Johnso n-Eng­ lish Mrs. Jess ie Lockh art- Eng­ lis h Mrs. M argrit Loomis- Eng­ li sh Mr. John McI nni s. Ill-En g­ li sh Dr. M arv in L. McKn ee ly­ Engli sh Dr. John A. McLemore ­ Engli sh Dr . Marga ret M. Mitch ell­ Engli s h Mrs. Berry Mo rgan - Engli sh

Mrs . Mona O liv er-Eng lish Mrs. Margaret Par ker-Eng­ li sh Dr. James Potts . Jr.-Eng­ lish Mr. Gera ld S tone-J ourn a­ lism Mrs. Ma rga ret S teig ma n­ English Mrs. Al ma S te ph enso n- En g­ li sh Mi ss Pam ela Ba ker-Engli sh Mrs. Li s a Beard- Engli s h Mi ss M ary Bernard-Eng lis h Mrs. Ann e Ch amb ers- Eng­ li sh Miss Ka thl een Da y- English Mr. Richa rd Johnso n- Eng­ lish Mr. Thom as Mitche ll-En g­ lish Mrs. Di ana Monroe- Eng­ li sh Mrs. Caro le S mith - En glis h Mr. H arry Stewa rt- Englis h Miss S usan S tr ump ell- Eng­ lis h Mi ss Na ncy Weld en-En g­ li s h Mr. Ja mes Wy att-E nglish


Or. Gilford Jackson, Head

Department of History and Government

DEPARTMENT OF

HISTORY AND

GOVERNMENT

Dr. Richard B. Chardk off­

History Dr . F. Jean Chri sty-H is to ry Dr. Bobby L. Engla nd-Go­ vernment

Mr. Ted. B. Fergu so n-His­ tor y Dr. Ri cha rd F. Hayn es-His­ to ry Dr. No lli e W. Hickm a n-Hi s ­ tory Dr. Gilford L. Jackso n-Hi s ­ tory Dr. H. Perry Jone s-History Dr. Marshall Scott Lega n­ Hi s tory Dr. Earl T. Millen-Govern ­ ment

Mr. Winton R. Mizell-G ov­ ernm ent

Dr. loseph L. Poetker-Phil­ oso ph y Dr. Thomas E. S tri cklin­ Hi s tor y Dr. Gene F. Tarver- Gov ­ er nm ent

Dr. William A. Walk er, Ir. - History Dr. E. Russ Willi ams, Ir.­ History Mr. Mirza K. Ali-Hi story Mr s. Doro thy K. Berg ero n­ Hi st ory Mr. Thoma s I. H oga n-Hi s­ tory Mr. Ross P. S hirah-His tory Mrs. Beth H. Willis-His tory

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Department of Sociology and Social Services

mini stration-Welfare Ag­ DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL encies , Fie ld Experience, SERVICES Field Experience-Soc ial Wel ­ Dr. M. J. Anderson-Intro­ fa re du ctory Soc iology and So­ Miss Grace Hodge-Introduc­ cia l Psychology to ry Soc iology, Introduc­ Dr. F. Eugene Heilman-Fa­ tion to Soc ia l Work, Prob­ lems in C hild Welfare, Field mil y Soc iolog y, Crimino­ logy, Introd uctor y Socio­ Ex perience-Social Welfare logy and Juvenile Delin­ qu ency Mr. James E. Morr is-Crim­ Dr. Fr ank For wood- Int ro­ ina l Investigation, Crimi· ductory SOCiology, M inor­ nal Evidence, Po li ce Ad­ ity Groups, Anthrop ology, minis tr a ti on , Practicum in Juvenil e Delinquency, S o­ Law Enforcement cia l Th eo ry, Social Re­ Mr. Raym ond Knut ze n-In­ search Meth ods, P opul a­ troduction to Law Enforce­ ti on Trends and P rob lems ment, Traffic Con tro l Ac­ Mr . Eri s Ginn-Socia l Prob­ cident Inv est igatio n, Po­ lems, Soc ial Case Work , lice Com munit y Rela tions, Organization a nd AdPolice S up e rv isio n


DEPARTMENT OF THE

ARMY-Fifth

U. S. Army ROTC Instructor Group,

Senior Division

Lt. Col. Ernest E. Bruce, Jr. -Milit a ry Science Maj or Robert A. Halbman -Unit Adjutant, Military Science I Capt. Bobby E. Casey-Mi­ litary Scie nce IV Capt. Joseph A. Cancellare -Milital'y Science III

Capt. Phillip W. Childress­ Military Science" Sgt. 1C Thomas E. Avera­ Proficiency Platoon, Rifle Team Coach 1st Sgt. James D. Houston­ Drill In structo r S. Sgt. Ralph T. Hemenway -Supply Sgt. Spec. 5C Kenneth E. Prine -Administration NCO Spec. 4C Elvin D. Sivils­ Administration Clerk


Dr. Samuel Clark, Head Department of Allied Health Scien ces

Dr. Ben F. Cooper, Dean of the College of Pharmacy and

Allied Health Professions

DEPA RTM ENT OF

ALLIED HEALTH

SCIENCES

Dr. Sam V. Clark -Allied Health Science, Dental Hy­ giene Mi ss Lee Se ns-O cc upation a l Ther apy Mi ss Miriam Plank-Occu­ pational Therapy Mrs. Kathryn Moran-Occu­ pational Therapy Mi ss Champe Philip s-Ph y­ s ica l Therapy Miss Sharron Phillip s- Phy ­ sical Thera py . Mi ss Beth Lawrence-Ph y­ sical Therapy Mrs. Beverly Ja rr ell- Dent a l H yg ien e Miss G lady s Edwards-Den­ tal Hygi en e

The objective of the Col­ lege of Pharmacy and Al­ lied Health Professions is to contribute to the total bealth care of society through programs of education, re­ search and serv ice. In carrying out this ob­ jective, the College seeks to inculcate in the student high standards of ethical conduct and responsibility, and re­ s pec t for the dignity of man. A strong co mmitment of the College is the develop­ ment of a hea lth tea m con­ cep t among the severa l health professions. This concept is pro mot ed by sharing of fa­ cilities, team teac hing by fa­ culty, interdisc iplinary re­ al training of s tud ents. In th e future, it is pla nn ed that the College will serve as a He a lth Education Cen­ ter which will provide the manpower, knowledge and resources to identify and re­ spond to the health needs of society. - Dean Ben F. Cooper


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Dr. Daniel E. Dupree, Dean of the Co llege of Pure and Appl ied Sciences

The purposes, ideals and goals of the Coll ege of Pur e an d Ap pli ed Sciences can be e numerated as follows: (1) To train young men and young women in the funda­ mental. of their respective career field. for positions of trust and responsibility. (21 To prov ide young adults with a broad knowledge of fact s and th eories on which they may build capabilities for future service to their fellow man. (3 ) To develop within each stu dent the ability to think critically and Iigically and to appl y this ability to so lv­ ing life's comp lex problems. (4) To give the student fa­ miliarity with basic te ch ­ niques to be used in all fa­ cets of their lives. (51 To develop in the student the ability to ex pres s theory and fact, and to substantiate them convinv ingly .

In order to achieve these goals, it will be necessary for the faculty of the College to continua ll y evaluate and revise courses a nd curricula, add new cours es and curric­ ula w hen demand exists, and elimina te courses and curricula when current needs for qualified personnel in various career areas dimin­ ish. The decade of the 60's and th e ea rl y years of the 70's indicate a marked trend toward greater emp hasis on career oriented curriculu, and the College of Pure and Applied Sciences will con­ tinue to provide leadership for the University in provid­ ing curricula to meet the needs of the tim es. -Dean Daniel E. Dupree


Mr. Thurman I. Potts, Head

Department of Building Construction

DEPARTMENT OF

MATHEMATICS

Mr. Ruy D. Avant-Mathe­

ematics

matics

Dr. josep h L. Avard-Mathe­

Mr, Roderick A, Hick m an­ Mathematics Mrs, Barbara C. jones­ Mathematics Mr, Robert R. Rainbolt­ Mathematics

DEPARTMENT OF

BIOLOGY

Dr. Elton R, Barrett-Bot­

any Dr. Lawrence S. Baum-Bot­ any Dr. Harold C, Bounds-Biol­ ogy Dr, Frank M. Boyd-Biology Dr. Charles E, Depoe-Bot­ any Dr, Neil H, Douglas-Zoolog y Dr, Beryl C. Franklin-Zoo­ logy Dr. Dale T, Kee-Zoology Dr, William W. Miller, III­ Zoology Dr, Russell A, Normand­ Botany Dr. William W, Norris. jr.­ Zoology Dr, B, E. Prince-Biology Dr, B, L, Ricks-Zoology Dr, R. Dale Thomas-Botany

Dr. Donald G . SpencerMathematics Dr, Hubert Tolman-Com­ puter Science

Mr. james Drumgole-Grad­ uate Assistant

Mrs, Karen

jehn-Graduate

Assistant

Mrs,

Bernice

Kemp-Grad­

uate Assistant

Mrs, Grace LaMarca-Grad­ uate Assistant

ematics

Dr. john E. Ba Il-Architec­ tural Drafting. Construc­ tion Techniques. Water Supply and Sanitation Mr. jerrold F. Bradley-Me­ chanics. Concrete Struc­ tures. Timber Struct ures, Steel Structures Mr. Feli x R. Garrett -Con­ s truction Surveying, Tech­ niques and Ma nage ment; Electric Service and In­ stallations Mr. Thomas D . McDonald­ Construction Materials. Ar­ chite ctura l Drafting. Me­ chanics Mr. Donald L, Marshall­ Construction Surv eying. Project Control Systems, Estimates. Senior Semi­ nar Mr. Thurm an Potts-Con­ struction Safety, Thesis and Techniqu es; Ele ctric Servic e and Ins tall a tions Mr. Lamar E. Rogers-Ar­ chitectural Drafting, En­ gineering Mechanical Drawing, Building Con­ struction Educatio n for Industrial, Art s Teache rs Mr, Bryan D. Ritter-He at ­ ing and Air Conditioning

Dr . Charles R, Smith-Math­ ematics

matics

Dr. Lonnie T . BennettMathematics Dr. Alton R. CrawleyMathematics Dr. Kat hleen Ann Drude­ Mathematics Dr, Richard T, Fritsche­ Mathem atics Mrs, Rosemary R, H ammer -Mathematics Mr. Frank L. Harmon-Math­

Dr. Richard D. Finley, Head Dep artment of Mathematics

Mrs, Frances P. Reddix­ Mathemalics Mrs. Mignon S. Rile y-Math­

Mrs. Connie Smith-Gradu­ ate Assistant

Mr, Travis Thompson-Grad­ uate Assislant

Dr. Herbert S. Wallace-Zoo­ logy Dr. Edward C. Whatle yZoology Mr. David Bec hler-Zoology Mr. Bru ce Boud-Botany Mr. Jim Collins-Zoology Mr. Kelley Corkern-Zoology Mrs. Gay Ethridge-Zoology Mr. Arthur Fisher-Zoology Mr, Terry Gu idro z-Zoology Mr. j ohn Knesel-Bolany Mr, Gr aham Kolb-Botany Mr, David Lawson-Zoology Mr. Warren Myers-Zoology Mi ss Amy Ouchley-Botany Mr. Sherman Phillips-Zoo­ logy Mr. Jeff Spencer-Zoology Mr. Frank Tang-Zoology Mrs. Kathy Tolletts-Botany

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Dr. Ann B. Kapp , Head Department of Home Economies

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Dr. Louis R. Bedell Dr. Vincen t A. Genu sa Dr. Larry D. Johnson Dr. John H. Myers, Jr . Mr. Robert M. Rick ett Mr. Jacob L. Segrest Dr. Ronald E. Smith Dr. Cecil G. Shugart Dr. Lester K. Sisemore Mr. Michael L. Alford Mr. Russell F. Arsaga Mr. Lonnie L. Hood Mr. Bruce E. Wheel er

Dr. Cecil G. Shugart, Head Department of Physics

DEPARTMENT OF HOME

ECONOM ICS

Dr. Daisy Daniels-Home

Management and HEED Dr. Era Davis-Clothing and T exti les Mrs. Sandra Gosch - Child Develop ment Miss Frances Kelso- Food a nd Nutrition Dr. Ann Kapp- Clothing and HEED Mrs. Floyda Jones -Family Relations Mrs. Andrea Heckford-Fa足 mil y Rela tions Mrs. Susan Lasuzzo- Textiles Mrs. Bonni e Pr ewitt-Social Etiquette Mrs. Chr istin e Philley - Clo足 thing

Mrs. Martha Francis -F oods

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Dr. Earl W. Baker, Head Department of Chemistry

DEPARTMENT OF

CHEMISTRY

Miss Frances Baldwin Dr. Edward Biersmith Dr. David Byrd Dr. Frank Bruscato Dr. Sally Cauthen Dr. Robert Holt Dr. Morgan Kidd Dr. Billy Letson Dr. Kenneth Miller Dr. Edward Overton Dr. Roger Pettersen Dr. Dale Smit h Dr. Frank Vingiello Dr. Oscar Wright Mr. Charles Carlisle Mr. Fen-Fen Chen Mr. Jessie Hinton Mrs. Lucille Johnson Mr. Louis LaDart Hr. Randall Normand Mr. Phillip Piasecki Mr. Carl Shipp Mr. Jayesh Shukla Mr. Kizhavana Unnikrishman Mr. Hugh Varner Miss Ang

Marcus B. Mapp, Head

Department of Geology and Geography

DEPARTMENT OF

GEOLOGY AND

GEOGRAP HY

Dr. Hugh H. Doney-Geology

Mrs. Carolyn O. French­

Geology Dr. L. N. Glawe-Geology Mr. D. Herman JacksonGeology MI'. John Lewis-Geogt'aphy Mr. Marcus Mapp-Geology Mr. Paul Rawson-Geography Dr. L. M. Young-Geology Mr. William Bergeron-Geo­ logy Miss Mary Foster-Geology Mr. Paul Jehn-Geology Mr. Dave King-G eology Mr. Skeeter Lasuzzo-Geolo­ gy Mr. George Nichols-Geology Mr. Craig Odekirk-Geology Mr. Joe White-Geology Mr. John McCarter- Geology Miss Charlene Shanas-Geo­ graphy

DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE

Dr. J. L. Cason -An imal Sci­

ence Dr. J. G. Hammons-Agro­ nomy Dr. E. H. Allen-Animal Sci­ ence Mr. F. H. Holderman-Agri­ cultural Engineering Dr. P. P. Kapp-Horticulture


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Dr. J. B. Wooley, Dean of the Graduate School

The Graduate School. . to provide opportunities for improving professional competency through advanced study and scholarly research. for promoting the welfare of general society . . . for further graduate study. The University offers the student the daily use of its library and lab足 oratories and

an acqnaintance with old足

er scholars, ready to guide and inspire. S tud ents are expected to do superior work and to master s ubject s rather than meet

minimum

requirements and comply

simply with formal standards indicated in programs leading toward various degrees. The graduate student.. assuming far greater responsibility than the undergrad足 uate in selecting a specialized program that will best meet his own particular needs. -Excerpts from the Northeast Catalog

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State Board Of Education

Jesse H . Bankston President

Char les Co lbert

Ri chard 0' Aquin

Edward Bopp

Robert H. Curry

Frederick l. Eagan


State Board Of Education

Enoch T . Nix

Har vey A . Pelt ier. Sr.

A. J . Roy

W. E. Whetstone

Dr . Boyd M . Woodard

Louis J. Michot

Superintendent , 1972路73


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The Westminister House The Westminister Hou se ... open all stud ... no memb ership rolls ... homelike atmosph ... campus le aders .. . Bib le s tudy ...Camp Alab Presbyterian NLU

... open dis cussion ... home style supper... com 10

nity affairs ... self confidence...productive tian ... religious enlightment ...

Th e Westminister H o use is spo nsored by th e Presbyterian Synod of Louisiana. The center is open 10 all students throughout the school week. The Westminister House con­ sists of a game room, a living room, kit ch en and library. During the week students use the faciliti es bOlh between and after classes. The Weslminister House has no memb er­ ship rolls or eligibility requirements. Stu­ dents simply relax, watch television, study. cook or ju sl la lk in a warm, friendly , home­ like a tmosp he re. In the field of religious enlightment, Westminister rates among th e ca mpu s' leaders. Every Sunday evening th ere is a lig ht hom estyle s upp er followed by religious discussion. On Wedne sd ay even­ ings a Bible study is held and on Sunday mornings students lead in open discussion. The West mini ster House also sponsors a retrea t eac h fall and spring at Camp Ala­ bama in S ibley , Louisiana. The camp serves as a period to allow the student to termpo­ arily gel away from his studie s and reaf­ firm his contact with God. The Westmini ­ ster House also sponsors many campus and communit y activities and encou rages its members to take an active part in com­ munity a ffa irs. The Westminister Hou se seek s t o in s till pride and self confid ence in its members as well as produce a produc­ t ive Christian.

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The Jewish Students Organization

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The Baptist Student Union Baptist NLU The Christian witness of Southern Baptist stu­ dent work in all insti­ tutions of higher learn­ ing is in response to the

Lord's command to make known the gospel to all men. Thus is the func­ tion of the Baptist Stu­ dent Union. The BSU sees this witnessing as

a n integral part of the nature and mission

of

the church. And because of this role the Baptist Student Union sees the church as in indispensi­ ble ins trument in the mat uring

moral,

spiri­

tual and intellectual li­ ves of students and fa­ culty. Also because the University is engaged in the search for truth, of which God is the ulti­ mate source, the Christ­

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The Baptist Student Union ... Christian witness... higher learning ... gospel to all men ... search for truth ... Christian nurture ... community se rv ice. . . moti v ates students . .. church member­

s hip . .. lead ing others... experiences... Christian miss ions world­ wide . .. s tudy of biblical faith . worship and fellowship .. . devotional experiences... participation . . . s piritu al guidance.. . the Baptist Student Union

ian perspective is esse n­

in denominational under­

tial to the realization of the ultim ate purpose of higher ed ucatio n. The unique n a ture of the Uni­ versity sit ua ti on demands a specialized mini st ry by the BSU to the in­ dividu als in the campus community. R ea li zing the moral need for re­ demption and Christ ia n nurture, th e BSU stri v­ es to motiv ate s tudent and fac ult y memb ers to make a commitment and acknowledge Jesu s Christ as Lord, Mas ter, a nd Saviour. In ord er to ac­ hi eve this goa l, the Bap­ tist Student Union makes a spec ia l effort to lll­ valv e students, faculty and the general com­ munity in responsible church membership and

standing and participa­ tion. Guiding its mem­

bers in worship and de­ votional experiences, the

BSU promotes volvement in of the biblical Christian life.

active in­ the study faith and The BSU

also involves its mem­ bers 10 Christian com­ munity experiences and

guides them in Chris­ tian w itnessing. Other objectives of the BSU include the desire to lead its members in parti ci­

pating in the Christian missions

world - wide,

leading others to accept and

practice

the

prin­

ciples of Christian ste­ wardship, leading others to

examine

academic

disciplines from a Chris­ tian perspective and en-

lis ting the training and talent s of ot hers for a life of Christian service. The BS U accomplishes the se goals through va­ riou s campu s and com­ munity projects. The BSU is also th e scene of many lectu res, ban­ quets, and other acti­ vities given in the in­ terest and concern for the co llege community. Students also find the BSU a nice place to re­ lax between or after cla sses. The BSU has taken its place among the progressive spiri­ tual organizations on the NLU campus. Th­ ro ugh hard work, study, and devotion, the Bap­ tist Student Union is among those setting the pace.


The Canterbury Society Episcopal NLU

The Canterbury Society is the Episcopal Club for colleg e studen ls at NLU. Cante rbury is affiliated with the Sl. Th o­ mas Episcopal Church at 1308 Filhiol Ave., only 3 blocks north of the campus. The Canterbury fellowship is held every Wed nesday ev­ ening at 5:30 p.m. The fellow­ ship is characterized by the Ameri can Folk Mass in which portions of the services are

sung with guitar music. The Holy Communion is also ta­ ken during thi s fellowship. After the fellowship the members share in a good home-cooked meal furnished by neighboring Episcopa l congregations. The programs planned by the members of the Society ra nge from social parties to in-depth discus­ s ion of issues relevant to the campus community, the na­ tion, and the world. Among

The Canterbury Society ... fellowship ... home cooked meaLsocial parti es... relevant . iss ues ... help so lve student problems... open-arms to student body ... welcome to freshman ...Win e and Cheese Party ...Father John Lawrence... link between the students and the community ...The Canterbury Society...

the topics discussed during these sessions range from the war to raCe relations and abortion. The Society also made arrangements with the campus

Mainlin e

organiza­

tion in an effort to help solve studen t problems. This sem­ es ter Canterbury's members extended open arms to the student body with the pres­ entation of an informal Wine and Cheese Party. The main purpose of the party was to extend a welcome to the fres hman students. Direct­ ing the Society is the Rev. John Lawrence.

a

man

in­

terested in st udent s and ab le to give just and sou nd advice on almost any aspect of hu­ man endeavor. Canterbury is also active in events of

other local congregations. The Society worked with neighboring Sl. Thomas dur­ ing its patronal festival.

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ley Foundation... well-rounded human being.,., The Wesley Foundation Wes and dedication. . understanding. .promotes Christianity campus.. . in main stream of campus life. . . . , Methodist NLU

faciliti es.... personnel. ... bayou deslard .... open to entire fellows~ip,

Love, dedication and underst a nding. These are the qualities com­ mon to every well­ rounded human being. Th ese are also the qu al ­ ities emp hasized at the NLU Wesley Founda­ tion.

An

organization

dedicated to the promo­ tion of Christianity on the Nor the ast campus, the Wesley is in th e mainstream of both the physical and spirit­ ual well -being of NLU through it s services, fellowship, facilities and personnel. Wesley Foundation is located at 112 Delano Drive a long the banks of beau­ tiful Bayou DeSiard. Alth ough a Methodist organization. the Wes­

ley is open to the entire campu s community. In an ever continuing

effort to relate to the student body and the

com munity, the Wes­

ley Foundation spon­

sors

man y

civic

and

social activities geared

to the overall enlight­

ment of everyone. A­

mong the many Wes­

ley fun ctions include

the t urtorial program

for school children, a

comp anion

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program

for emo tion ally dis­

turbed children and

various g ifts to needy

families in the com­

munity. The Wesley is

also the scene of m a ny

plays, lectures, meet­

munity ... . relates to entire student body .... many civic and cial activities. .tutorial program.. .. compamon pro gifts to needy families.. . play s.. .. lectu.res.. meetings. place to worship. honor to God. '... fnendly mosphere... . wholesome fe eling .... church services . , . . ence and sincerity.

time. . . . education.

. relaxation. . . . nice place to

.. The Wesley Foundation. ings, a rt exhibits, re­ creat ional and other activities duri ng the year. However, despite all of these functions, the Wesley is still a place of worship and the members of the foundation always take time to giv e honor to God. Reverence and sincerity are ever-pre­

sent qualities at every Wesley church service. Th e friendly atmos­ phere and the whole­ some feeling makes s tuden ts return to Wes­ ley again and again. Some come for relax­ ation; some come to w orsh ip; some come for

both. But no matter what the reason, all will agree th at the Wesley Foundation is one of the best places on campus to spend a little time.


The Newman Center Catholic NLU The Newman Aposto­ late is th e work of the Catholi c Church in the sec ular campus community. Its goa ls are the religious edu­ ca tion of th e Catholic and responsible part­ icipation of the Catho­ lic in th e adademic and civil community . The center strives to be the perfe ct pla ce for the studen ts, faculty and staff of NLU. The New­ man Club is a center for relig ious kn owl edge and understandin g and is also a home a way from hom e for more than Catholic stud ents. Adjacent to the N ew­ man Center is Christ the King Chapel, the

religious edu cat ion . . catholic pa rtic ipation. community service.. knowledge and unders tanding.. . home away from hom e. . sprin g picnics.. . annual activities. .. skating parti es. num erous speakers. film s shows.. .. Eas­ ter basket.. . clean-up projects. . blood donations... companions for fa therless children. int ernational night. .. w arm friendly atmosph ere. . . . doors always open.. .. wor­ ship and fell owship ... . chance to meet new fri ends. . . . new ideas. . . determination and faith in the Lord . . . . a haven for w eary students. . . . leading others to Christ. ... m ore respon sive to student.. . Christ the King Chapel. . , . perfect place for faculty and staff of NLU. .. the Newman Ce nter...

Children, clean-up pro­ jects to ai d the se nior citizens

of

the

area,

blood donation s to area hosp itals and research ce n ters.

com panion

programs for father­ less children and an intern ational night in hon or of th e foreign studen ts on the NLU ca mpus. A haven for the weary st udent, the Newman center ha s a

warm and friendly at­ mosp here that is in­ vi ting to all . The doors of the center are al­ ways open and the cen­ ter extends open arms

to all who wish to join

them in worship and fellowship. Th e Center offers a chance to meet

new fri end s and me et new people. New id eas

constantly unfold at the Center and these

ideas are utilized by

t he Center to make it

heart of Catholic life at NLU. The center

encourages its students to take an active part in function s like the

Latin choir, the Altar Society , Ushers and a ll

Mas s

services.

Some

of the annual activities

of the center in clude

fall and spring picnics

with other Newman clubs from North Loui­

evep more

sian a , va rious suppers

and skating parties . In

order to instru ct New­ man members the club

hosts numerous speak­

ers and holds ma ny open

discussion

ses­

sions. Among the m any films shown this year by th'e Center include stories of the miracles

responsive

to students need s. In

an age of uncert ain ty and doubt, the N ewman

Center remain s stead­

of Fatim a and G ari­ band a l. The Center is not only dedi cated to the bettermen t of its members but also seeks to make the community

a better place to li ve. Some of the acti v ities the Center sponsors to help the community include Ea ster Baskets for Mentally Retarded

fast to its goa l of lead­

ing other to the ways

of Christ. With youth,

determin a tion and faith

in the Lord, the mem­

bers of the Catholic

Center stride forth

with more determina­

tion than ever before.

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Chi Alpha

Chi Alpha, the col­ legiate organiza­ tion of the nation­ al Christ's Am­ bassadors Depart­ ment,

general

co uncil of the As­ semblies of God, receives its Greek

letters-XA -to stand for "Christ's Am­ bassadors", Chi Alpha is an in­ terden ominational

club with its pur­ pose being to bring together st udents to live their faith, The aim of the organization is to

bridge the trou­ bled waters within the races, creeds and religions. The organization prea­

As college students, Chi Alpha is dedicated to the belief that the college way of life must also be supplemented with the Christian ex­ perience lest there be found a displeasing bal­ ance in education , Active leaders in Chi Alpha include Reverends Floyd Key, Johnny Storz, Eugene Brown, Jim Wilson and Bob Clanton. Officers this year include Glenn Martin and David Domengeaux.

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ches that Christ was crucified, al­ though that is a stumbling block

to some but unto Chi Alpha it is the power and wisdom of God. Chi Alpha is gear­ ed to provide Chris­ tian fellowship among NLU stu­ den ts. Each se­ mester Chi Alpha invites

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gues t speakers to appear before the group as well as musically talent­ ed evangelistic groups. Member­ ship in Chi Alpha is open to those who desire a fur­ ther look into the Christian way of life and to all be­ lievers who are seeking to find a place to worship and serve wit hin

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2 Earl Roulaine

3 ChrIS Anth ony

.4 Gene Savoie

5 Jim M a~

6 l~nn Lince<::um

7 Jeuy Key

Secretary

8 Dan Fuller

16 Jim Prince 17 e,ll Ra uschkolb

Treasu rer 18 Phd Dealon 19 Richard Powell 20 Randy F ulle~

Pledge Educator

21 Lee Baxter 22 Joe Wale

9 Tom Medley Vlce揃President 10 David Brown

23 Gregory Robichaux

11 Keith Kirby

26 Mike Madden 27 Jay Co lvin

President 12 David Smith 13 David While 14 Dr . Harold Bounds

15 Rod Gangwish

24 Larry Deaton 25 Don Solanas 28 Pete Childre;,s 29 Leland Rawls 30 Tim Howington 31 Mike Laughlin

Socializing, Scholarship, Leadership.

This is AKAK . Coming together fo r North east football. trips to Miss . State and M cNeese . Brotherhood 足 pink pledges and blue actives. in足 tramural football. week end retreats. and lag naf. Marathon Run and working with Shriners for others. Involved with SGA. class officiers. and Who's Who. Springtime brings the highlight - Black and Gold For足 mal. Acacia 1973.

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i linda GI~r 2 Carole Martin 3 Gall Scroggins 4 Sandy Underwood Vice-Presiden t 5 Gene Ann Bertonaschl 6 Ali ce Myatt Treasurer 7 Be.-erry Devine 8 Dale Cheek 9 Kathy Fl ay/ord 10 Sandy Watts 11 Belva Berlin 12 Judy Johnson 13 Lorame Tomlinson 14 Kathy Smi th 15 Chetyl Larrreu 16 ScnJle Moody 17 Denise Cazena\'e 18 Ke rry Greene

19 Landa 8ell

20 Sh irley Brandl 21 Rosetta Grl!gono Chaplain

22 Leah Wimberly 23 Jan Odom 24 Elaine Roper 25 Debbie LOYlza 26 Kalen Cole 27 Sammy Watk ins 28 Sheryl Seal 29 JUdi Sherman JO Mary Hickman

3 1 Marian Kilcoyne 32 Marleen Finley 33 Sarry Walpole Fl ecordlng Secre tary 34 Donna Sylvester 3S Nancy Da".l;; 36 Kalhleen Marshall 37 Debra Wlrt 36 Path Hartman Corresponding Secrelary 39 Jac~i e Kelsoe 40 Wanda Throwe r 41 Judy Ga nnaway 42 Clnday Caraway 43 Lynn Ha rdey 44 Jan Hudson 45 Nancy McDamel

46 J an Wilson President

47 Ann Miller

48 Nancy Bozeman

49 Pal Pate

50 Janna Suns

5 1 Melanie T\Jeker 52 Susan Duggins 53 1 em Grantham 54 J anie Ingram 55 Patty Gra".es 56 8ecky Doles 57 Debbie 8ragg 58 VICki McEaChern 59 Janel Hiner

Went to a Garden Party Bring me a rose, a fri end, add p eace and love, that's what make s AOPi's happiness, A Chacahoul a beauty a nd outst anding s oror足 ity women in Mon roe Panhelleni c Highest scholastic average. Want a mule? Yes, a mule . Rush: Littl e Women. Peter P an, and p as tel gowns . SG A Vi ce-Presid ent, s h e's an AOPi girl. Sh out it to th e wh ole world, ''I'm an AOPi Annie."

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I. Palrlcla Hawkins Alpha Angle 3 Cathy Ellis Sweelhear1 3 Joyce Williams Alpha Ang~ <I Gathe James FinanCial Secretary 5 Roy Burnell Vice PreSident 6 Nathan Wln esberry

7 Jimmy Chnsllan 8 Oscar Barber 9 Sidney Holmes 10 Glenn Hicks President II. Sam Smith Pfedge Trainer 12. DWight Allen 13. ChrIS Gabriel Secretary

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First black fraternity founded December 4, 1906. Eta Chi Chapter established March 8, 1972 at NLU . Must display sphinxman. Alpha Phi Alpha stands for high scholastic stan足 dards, high moral character. Brotherhood, personal progress, loyalty, respect of womanhood . We shall transcend all, A lpha Phi Alpha.


Southern Gentlemen Maintains Southern tradition with Old South. Quite a weekend with Sharecroppers Ball. Garden Party, and Old South Formal. Kappa Alpha Rose-Elli e Carter. Founded at NLU December 8, 1956. Colors-crimson and gold; flowers-red rose and magnolia. Fall brings football , rush, The Convivium. Activ e in intramurals, chari ty and public service projects. Christmas caroling on campus bring s a lot of excitement. KA mean s Brotherhood.

1 JeH Edmund 2. Randy Scoggm 3. Hul Howell 4. Uoyd Triche!! S. Bobby Wyche 6. Hershel Floyd 7. Ettie Carter Kappa Alpha Rose 8. Tom Le 81eu 9. Or. Jack Collms Faculty AdVisor 10. Doug Herrod 11 . Gary Williams David EoH 13. Glenn 51. John No, 6 14 Rickey Herle.... ic 15, John Traweek 16. Da.... id Stockinger 17, Ron Anderson 18, Randall Ferguson 19, Da.... id McLomore

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25. A'eh,lId Ingram U . Paul Barker 27 David DeLoach 28 Joe McCartney 29. Chuck Norns

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43. Ed Breedlove 44 . KellIn Kathy 45 . Ronny Haines

46. John Pierce 47. l arty .)<>nes

48 Joe Foote

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30. Alan Elbert

50. Greg Lemoine

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32. Kerney Hall 33. David McDaniel 3' Mark Do.. . er

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7 Oianne Cook 6. Donie McEnery 9 Oebbie Gremillion 10. Carolyn Harville 11 Pal Bates 12. Suale Srmth 13. Kathy Dorns 14. Cyndy OeBray 15. lisa Sanders 16. Jo Ann Young \ 7. Susan Worley 18. Dolly DeB ray 19. Dana Luse 20 Debbie Reed 21. Susan Eubanks 22. Cmdy Snead 23. Eileen Las towsky 24. Janet Ford 25. Sally Bamburg 26. Libbey Moseley Secretary 27. Pat Lilly

28 Lee Pailerson 29. Susan Ebarb 30. Manlyn Fayad 31. Oeborah Smith

32 Kay FlemH'19 33. Beverly Younger

34 Roslyn Williams Treasurer

3S Judy Coon

36. Janet Denning 37. Connie Prin~ 38. Karen Kelly

39. Peggy Leigh 40 Kalen Hayward

41 Donna Capaldi 42 Candy Copes 43. Mary Jane Flynn 44, Dianne MOOdy

45. Mary Anne Percy Presiden t

46 leslie f aucet! 47 . K. 6. O'Oonnell 48 Den I Carrier 49. Susan Malson SO. Cindy McGee 51 . Bilsey Jensen 52. Kay Dennings 53. Scoll Sl uart Dagger Man 54. Debbie Chnstman 55. Brenda Boye tl 56. Debbie Knight 57. Kay Hastings 58. Linda Eckerd 59. Thersa Anderson 60. Elaine Hawthorne 61. Sharon Nabou rs 62. Sara Walters 63. Sussn Norman 64. Denise fe sta ...an 65. Sandy Cornett 66. Leanne S....gel 67. Sherry Wilhams

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Goodtimes Roll "It alway s good to start at the beginning." Seventy·lifth a nniv ersa ry-founded Octo· ber 23 , 1897. Follow the yellow brick road to Dorothy and the Tinman, then KD Hades­ th at's rush! P owderpuff and pledges, ham· burger and steak- go Lil' Sisters. Thanks· giving and a servi ce, puppets and crippled children- all l or mankind. Spring brings Kand y Appl es . White Rose Formal, and a new Dagge r Man. Emeralds and pearls for our girls. Ho no ra ble, beautiful . highest. .. lasting sis terhood.

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33 Jim McMichael Grand Master

34 Mary Ann Har! sac Glfl

35 Maril yn Williams S & C Girl

36. Carolyn MalCWell Sweetheart

37 Marilyn Donald S 8 C Gin

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39. Jimmy Slone 40 Gary Brodnax 41 . Mark Miles Doug Farr 43. Dan Denton 44 Bret McCoy 45 Rr ley Fudicker <10. Hugh Inabnel 47. Aandall LooNier <18. a,II Young <19. Kyle Jones SO. Charlre Kothmann 5 1. Tom Mea,s 52. Guy Ellis 53 Glenn Brian 54 Randy Hunnicutl 55. Gary Gentry 56. CIIII Porch 57 Bobby Underwood 58. Larry McHale 59. Dan Cole 60 Joe Fau 61 Greg Williams 62 Bill Touchsione

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Rose and White: Candlelight One hundred siste rs, each a loving link . Our hearts are joined together in a tapestry of pink . Four C haca houla beauties. During rush­ "Red H ot Mamas." A Phi Moo "Milk Market." "S un s hin e Break fas ts" in pajam as. Two chee r­ leaders a li ve with spirit. Feature twirler for th e band. Christ m as toys for needy ch ildren, ex­ tending a "h elping hand." Ponytails at our Fif­ li es Dance. Fraternity sw eetheart s. S in ging on a flatbed truck. Always near, Kri s Krisom­ Phi Mu Beau. Phi Mu memories to ch eris h.... Love, H onor, Truth.

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1 Jeune Keller

2 Debbie Harris

3 Janice Bass

64 Martha REed 65 Porkie Polen

36 Jamie Johns1on

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37 Virginia McClendon 38 Terri Richardson

Margo Myers

Denna Emmons

Elissa Mitchell

Terre Green

8 Mickle Soloman

9 Jackie Johnson

10 Jane! DeYllle , 1 Connie French 12 Kay Matkms 13 Suzette Silk 14 Karen Lovell 15 Sue Nolan 16 Suzanne Ochs 17 Bette Holloway 18 Carol Robinson 19 Zelda Simmons 20 Mary Ann Han 21 Mary Ann Barnes 22 Cath erie Jones 23 Becky Ramsey 24 Brenda Savage 25 OIanne Chesteen 26 Mary Livingston 27 Kathy Albntton 28 Sheme Humphries 29 Donna Archer 30 Edy Speights 3 1 Janice Snyder 63 Christie Cooper

Corresponding Secretary

68 Carolyn Ma);Weli 69 Pam "(cher 70 Julie Burroughs 71 Debbie Alellandel 72 Bndgel Miciollo 73 Li ndy Cooper 74 Vickie Vann 75 ChrtSly Morton 76 Judy Slaughter 77 MaUreen McGeever Presidenl 78 Janice Bemol 79 Trici l. Slerllng Pledge Trarner SO CMr.yyn Breaux 61 Mitzle Maxwell 62 libby Col( 83 Janet Gunter 84 Kris Draper 85 Rhonda Manln 86 Pa ula Chiocchi 67 Karen Draper 32 Sarah Kendrick 33 Susan $ Ianley

34 Annette Williams

3S Dawn N.cKnlghl

39 Karen McCoy 40 Carolyn Williams 41 Carole Sawyer 42 MafJo Chaney

43 Glona Bett 44 Cindy OeBIleux 45 Marla Sampognaro 46 Manlyn Williams 47 Allyson Windham 48 Kathy Wallers 49 Debbie Roark 50 Pam BIShOP 51 Gtnny Pat1er$On 52 Lynne Barrios 53 Manlyn Donald 54 Michele HOwell 55 Ga~ Eason 56 Ma rilyn Herchenhahn 57 Elaine Ryan 58 Lynda Sadler 59 Gloriz Williamson 60 Ellie Carter 6 1 Debbie Manln 62 Palsy Hammonds


1 Dean While President

2 James lea

3 Earl Denning

Treasurer 4 BHly Duval 5 Charhe Schaeffer Vice揃 PreSIdent 6 Elton Corley

7 Greg Wh,le

8 John Piluley

9 John Roberts

10 elll Tassin

11 Edmond O'Quin 12 8rent Cockrell

13 Wanda Strickland Dream Girl 14 Sianley Smith 15 Donald Plauche 16 8 111 Troller 17 Freddy Hightower 18 Eddie Stepherson 19 Richardson Witherington 20 Jim Fater 2 1 David l ong 22 Gus Lehmann

23 RICky Smith

24 ROCk y Oal/l(l

25 Albert Axen 26 Rickey Gates 27 Jimmy Goodman 28 811 Chambless 29 James Hall 30 Alex Mulea 31 Rick McGuirt 32 Dilnn y Richardson J.3 Darul Newman

Off to the Fire Pikes seen on fir e tru ck rid足 j"g a round camp us. Little Sisters share a common goa!. Dream girl becomes Greek Goddess. Community activi 足 ties - Toy Bowl and Leuke足 mia Drive. Pik es win '72 Greek Gam es. The Friend ly Fraternity found ed March I, 1868. Garnet and Gold. "Keep on Truckin."

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1 Philip Dunc an 2 Kfls Kuson 3 John Yerger 4 Rod MCCoy 5 BOb Bewick 6 Lawren ce Vaughn 7 Paul Draper 8 David Bomcard 9 Sam Cimmo .0 Ski Wawrzyniak 11 Bill Thrasher Vlce-Preslden. 12 Joe Broca to 13 J erry Hood A.dvlso r 14 Fou esl KII'19 15 Chuck Slfickland President 16 Diane Chesleen While Rose

17 Richard Villa Trea5urer

18 Hllg h Wh atley

19 Hillary QUInn 20 Donald Walers Adviso r

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J arre l1 Bamburg

Bill Moody

Wayne We sl

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25 John Hammons

26 Sarti Criua f"

27 Jim

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28 Hank COOksey

29 Mike Bleard

30 RObert Goleman

31 Paul Smith

32 Frank Th aXion

33 Sieve Wilkinson

34 Sam Greer

35 Ricky Willis

36 John Bernhardl

31 Charles McCorm ick

38 Jimmy Penning10n

39 larry Roach

40 Eddie Stevenson

41 Doug McCoy

42 Bob Berney

43 Sieve Reynolds

44 Mike HoUier

45 Bill Walker

46 Bill lee

Gatoring Sig Tau did their thing in the middle of th e dance flo or-What a H omeco ming! Start the year with a rush a nd a Pl ayboy Dance足 "Bunny" Maureen . A ctiv e on ca mpu s- two cheerleaders and a SGA President. Bik e ra ce, ca r wash, City Clean Up-Sig's are active. Spring bl ossoms with White Ro se Dance, Sig Tau's Whit e Rose-Di ane Ches足 teen. Community service b eg ins wit.h Lions Club Sh rimp Boil anct ferry Lewi s Muscular Distrophy Dri ve. H oddie T oddie, who are w e.. Sig Tau .

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Fraternity for Life

Rush parties bring new pledg­ es for an old fraterni ty . Fall semeste r includes intramu­ ral football. Homecoming Party, H omecoming display and dance. Annu a l ca r bash proves to be exciting. Visits from other Tekes from North­ western and Litt le Rock. Finally-the R ed Carnation Ball.

1. Daniel McCuel1an 2 Marshall Swenson 3. KeIth Truner Secretary 4 Hugh Glasgow 5. Kathy McBride Sweetheart 6 Dareat Baker 7 ROben Bannan Pteoge TraIner 6 Beaux Robicheaux TreaSIJrer 9. JOhnny LightfOOt

to. Stan GUillory

I 1. Greg Smilh

12 Larry 8rawner 13 Chuck lyons 14. Bill Mitter

vice PreSident 15 Jay Basco 16 Randy Joroan 17 Gary Bordelon

18. 8.11 l awler 19 Chns 8ums 20 8en RUShing 21 Chns Malvthtll 22 Oaniel Walker 23. Perry Ken t

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Beta Psi adopts national symboL Unicorn on house and at stadium< National Convention in New Orleans, Bourbon SL and Pat O'Brien's, meeting other Brothers< Rush-kegs and jungle juice, turning rushees into pledges< Fall makes pledges into actives< Football: two TX cheer足 leaders, Homecoming with alumni, Mafia returns with Tech< Hayride and bonfires with "Rayville Rednecks<" Big Brothers surprising Lil' Brothers, drinking fun and games. Christmas Dance足 toys as a ticket, food for the needy. Chicken-Lady as a Sweetheart 5294 Formal and Champagne on the Bayou makes the Spring. Theta Xi-where being Creek is a little betteL

1 Jack LlJndry

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Randy Deveoy Steve Marlowe David lHlze l Raylo'':; Johnston Chuck. Couvillion Steve Thico4eau)( 11. Robert Aogers 12. Joe WOrley U Aobert Mays 14. Marty McKay 15. Martin McHenry 16. Jerry Fu;lds 17. Hugh Gober . 18. Charles Mulhearn 19, Paul Johnston 20. Donald MUSick 21. Joe Humble 22'. Doug Walker 23. Tilt) lee

24. Richard lawrence Secretary 25. Kei(h Quibodeau)( 2~ Glenn lively Treasurer 27. Zelda Simmons SWI.1e!heart 28 Matt Mouser 29. RayrnOlid Nevel 30. Bud4, Jackson 31. James Ray Herron

President 32. Terry Aucoin Plooge Trainer 33. Ken Racha! 34. George Mou!; 35. Todd Moo(e 36. Mar-lin Guidry 37. Issac luliy Js. Phil Henry Vice President 39:. Mike Migues 40. Blount Armstrong

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\. Beck.y Flan'lagan 2 Carol Pm (er

25 Cathy Duchesne

3. Peggy Sapp

27. Kalen Beard

4 Mary Ann Pohlson

28 Janel Richardson

5. Carol Dixon 6. Dorothy MCCoy

30. JoAnn Hotard

7 Daphne Crain Presidei'll 8 DimIty Demck

9. Judy Deire Vice President 10. Ka thy McBride Pledge T (alner 11 Pam Gregory 12. Joan Hunl

13. Laura Upton 14. Janie Jahnke 15. Linda Sartor

16. Kay Lee 17. Regma Harrell

18. Karen Barlow

19 Belly Compton 20 Ginger Durette 21. 22. 23. 24.

Shem Fontenot Linda LeBreton Joyce Paul Judy Chandler

26. Susan Hinckley

29. Carol Black 31. KalharlOe Bennetl

32. Susan $chmitl

33. Dana Fall<Jhl 34. Jeannine Rowdon

3S Donna Gaston 38. Evalyn Yeats

37. Cindy Pease 38. Linn Swanson 39. Kathy Jordon 40. Beth Hoffman 41. Robin Polynard

42 Debbie Bennett 43. Susan Hiers 44 Marty Walker Correspondence Secretary

45. Becky Strickland 46. Pam Greer 47. Jana Walker 48 Karen Stewart 49. libby Haynes

Court of Themis Themi s, patron goddess. Seek the noblest. Spirit of lov e, lov e for our sorority. White violets, crown and shield all make up ZT A. Zeta ladies fit different roles, fraternity swee th earts, SGA senators, Panhellenic president, Greek Goddess, warbonnets and calendar girls. Rush brings Peanuts and Snoopy and Cam elot. Service to the needy, Heaven party, Chris tmas slumber party, Whit e Violet Ball, Turquoise and gray, the colors that w e wear emblems of a sis足 terhood beyond compare,

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Interfrate rnit y Council-a constitu足 tional body invested with the management of th e infral e rnily affairs. Primary fnnc足 tio n-coordination of ru sh ac li vi ti es. Tn Ih e spring spo n sors "G REEK WEEK" which brings fraterniti es and so rorities a little c loser logether. [Fe he lping N LU Fraternities in their end eavo r to adva nce Ihe Gree k system al NLU .

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Jan Wilson, Alpha Omicron Pi ; Maureen McGeever, Phi Mu.

Seated left to right: Daphne Crain , Zeta Tau Alpha; Wanda Strickland, President, Zeta Tau Alpha; Tere Green. Phi Mu ; Susan

Eubanks, Kappa Delta; Wanda Thrower, Alpha Omicron Pi: Gail Scroggins, Alpha Omicron Pi .

NLU-Four Sororities working togeth­ er to ac hi eve the ultimate-SISTERHOOD. Idea listically committ ed to hi gh principles and worthwhile endeavors. Chan ging im age from "Social Groups" to "Service Sorori­ ties". Phi Mu-S. S. Hope, Alph a Omicron Pi-Arthritis Foundation, Kappa Delta­ Crippled Children, Zeta Tau Al pha-Men ­

tal Retard ation Foundation. All working for the betterment of man. Panhellenic creed s tates "Fra ternity life is no t the enjoyment of specia l privileges but an op­ portunity to prepare for wide a nd wise hu­ man service" Panhellenic working to better NLU­

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Obtaining a degree in such fi eld s as av iatio n, nursing, law enforceme nt , an d other courses of s tu dy, consists not only of classroom work , but also apprenticeship in the chosen career field . Follo w足 ing is a brief insigh t of some of t hese "on-the-j ob" s tudies.


Among the new fields of study at Northeast is Law Enforcement. The student receives classroom instruction unlil the last semes足 ter of his senior year, when he i~ then required to observe and participate in law enforcement activities with a local, state, or federal law enforcement agency. After four months of employm ent, the stude nt receives the needed credit and is certified by his direct supervisor.

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Proper care of teeth is the aim of a dental hygienist. At Northeas t dental hygie ne students are exposed to de n足 Ial health prob lems in Northeas t's own clinic. T hese sludents no t only gain va lu able experience by opera t足 ing th is clinic, but also fulfill t heir req uirement s of cl in ica l prac tice.

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It takes a special talent to deal with other people's suffering_ After comp leting the req uired academic courses , student nurses must complele 200 hours of practical work in a local hos pital. These student nurses are supervised by registered nurses.


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reqnires that it s st udent s co mplet e two years of academic study before selecting their chosen field in home economics. Amo ng the fie ld s to choose fro m are clothing and textiles. fam ily life. and indu strial manage足 ment. After choosi ng hi s field . the stud ent mu s t apply two years of study in the chosen area.

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All students majoring in Pro­ fess ional Aviation se lect one of tbe three Aviation options that are offered at Northeast : Airlin e Flight , Genera l Avia ­ tion, or Air Traffi c Manage­ ment. The univers ity. in con­ junctio n with a local air field , has set up a program th at aUows its s tu dents to have on-th e- job trainin g while pur­ s uing required courses of study.

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Methods of dehorning, castrating, slaughtering, and curing of animals are presented to the student enrolled in animal science. The s tudent, while compl eting all aca d emic co urse s , must als o par足 ti cipa te in sev era l labs whi ch will furth er hi s know足 led ge of proper ca re and treatm ent of animal s for ma n's ben efit.

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Students of medical technol足 ogy fulfill their requirements and also gai n experience by work in g a fo rt y- hour week for one year at a selected hospita l. Northeast has set up thi s program with local hosp itals in or d er for these studen ts to obtain their bacca足 lau reate d.egree directly from th e university.

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Students of occupational and physical therapy gain credits and experience by observing and practicing in a profession足 al atmosphere. Local hospit足 als and institutions cooperate with the university and allow NLU students to broaden the scope of their education.

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North eas t h as now a d eg ree in radiologic technolo gy to co nfer upon th ose wh o wis h to purs u e thi s field. Th e stud ent , a f te r co mpleting two years of aca d emic st ud y a t th e uni ve rs it y , beg ius his inte rn s hip a l a local hos p ita l unde r d irec t profess ion a l s u足 pe rvi s ion.

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Speech and hearing therapy s tudents gain valuable experience plus fulfill their requirements for grad足 uation by working in the univers it y's s peech and hearing clinic. Thi s int erns hip at the clinic enables the stude nt to deal with Ihe types of speech and hearing defects whic h he will be dea ling with in his p rofession .

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Students enrolled in social welfare must , during their last semester, practice 4-6 hours weekly in approved socia l w elfare agencies a nd att end num erous semi nars. This fi eld experience gives th e s tudent and uni vers ity a n idea of how th e s tud ent wi ll function .

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Forty hours per week, for a period of one semester, iâ&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘pent at a local hospital a. an intern by those student. in operating room technology . This in­ tern s hip is under the supervision of Northeast and co ns titut es a co mple te unit of college work. All courses in the unit must be co mpleted before credit will be awarded for individual courses . Total credi t for internship is nineteen hours.


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After 90 hours of academic study at NLU those students enrolled in the college of education must make the transition from student to teacher. Student teachers are sent to area school to teach under the supervision of a qualified teacher. These one-the-job trainees gain the needed' experience to obtain a degree in education.

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Under the supervision of Dr. v. Jackson Smith, Associate Professor of Speech a nd Director of Broadcasting, the studen ts oper足 ate a campus FM radio station and video ta pe programs for loc al television stations. Student s take turns ope rati ng a ll of the equipment. as w e ll as announci ng and direct足 ing . P rograms produced include original scripts writt en by the students.

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Black History Week 1973 is go ne but one can bel that it is not forgotten. The second week in February 1973 came a liv e with pagea ntry, informalion, and enlertainment , all going 10 give Ih e week de voled to reorganizing black achievemenl and scholarship very specia l mean­ ing. The w eek began Monda y a t noon wilh a camp us-wide moment of pra yer. For the re­ mainder of Ih e day and the rest of the week, literature, art, paintings, sculpture, magaz in es , and ot her artifacts relating to black life and Ih e black experienc e were on display. Works by such grea t authors as La ngston Hughes, Ri chard Wright, and Countee Collens were on week-long displa y. Tuesday , however, brought the firs t of the two spectacular eve nt s of the week. Tuesday night 15 lovely young ladies com peted for the crown of Miss Black History Week. The co nlestants were ch osen on the basis of beauty , cha rm, poise, and talent. The winner was selected by the black stude nt body in a ca mpu s- wide election. Mis s Donn a Douglas, a sop homore liberal art s major. was cro wn ed Miss Black History Week. Miss Ton e tt e Loyd was chos en fir s t runner-up, a nd Miss Ca lh y Ellis was chosen as second runn er- up. Richard Mil es, a cily schoo l offi c ial, was th e g u es t speaker at th e first annu a l event. The pageant was cover­ ed by the press and the loca l broad cas t media. Wednesday night found a small bul enthusi ­ as ti c gathering on hand to hear Dr. Richard C hardk off and the R ev. foh n Russell deliver addresses related to the blac k experience in A merica. Dr. Chardkoff, associate professor of history at NL U, s pok e on the impact of blacks on the em e rgence of Am erica. Rev. Russell spoke on the aspects of racism. Thurs­ d ay ni ght, a n overflow crowd was on h and in the SUB a uditorium for th e presentalion of Black Hi s lor y Week's 1973 varie ty show. The h ou r-and-a-half program contained so ngs, po­ etry , readings, and mini-play s related to the bl ac k mood and th e exp res sion s in Africa and Am erica. Poetic re adings r a nged from [am es Weldo n [ohn son's "Creation" to origi nal poelry wrilten by th e slu dent s Ih emselves. Th e plays dealt with typical human responses, life in the black ghetlo, and recent upsurges in black film s. Ta lented bl ack musicians rendered the musical entertainm ent for th e eveni ng with songs lik e "Reach Oul and Touch" a nd "Lift Eve ry Voi ce and Sing, " easily emerging as the favorites of the night. The program was re­ garded as one of the mos l s uc cessful of th e year.

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CLASS OFFICERS : Cyndy De8ray, Secr.-Treas.; Bill Lee, President ; Michelle Howard , Vice- President.

FRESHMEN


• Patricia Abington , Elementary Ed., Shreveport Sid ney Accardo. Pre Law, Monroe Charles Aceves, Pre Pharmacy. Covington Martha Ac ree, Home Ec. , Monroe Deborah Adams. Pre Occupational Therapy. Haynesville Fred rick Adams. French, Monroe

Ty Adams, Ganera' Business, Keatchie Arthur Adcock, Pre Pharmacy, Vivian James Akin, Pre Pharmacy, Sibley LaJuana Albritton, NurSing. Monroe Marie Alb(itton . NurSing. Kil bourne Cynthia Al ford, Education. Monroe

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Glenn Allbritton, Pre Pharmacy, Jennings Alex Allen, Mus ic, Winnsboro Luster Allen, Lib. Arts, Greenville, Miss. Roxanne Allen, Medical Technology, Elto n Luther AllgOOd. Lib. Arts, Summerfield

Richard Allison, Pre Law. Bossier

Allen Anderson, Music. Shreveport Spencer Anderson, Pre Pharmacy. Sul phur Smylie A nderson. PIA Sci. , Hammond Terry Anderson, Pre Law, Shreveport Theresa Anderson, Art. Monroe Diane Andries, Nursing, Marksvill e

Bill Anglin. Lib. Arts, Haynesville Ngan Woo Ardan Chan, Pharm.. Hong Kong Brenda Armslrong, NurSing, Arcadia Faye Armslrong. Accounting, Baslrop Jo Ann Armstrong. Accounting, Monroe Joellyn Arnold . Nursing, Bossier Ci ty

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Vivian Arnold, Pre Occupational The rapy, Mo nroe Bruce Ashley, Lib Arts. Abbeville Roy Ast on, Physics. Monroe James Attaway, Lib Arts, Winnfield Ronald Babb, Building Construction, Monroe Susan 8airnsfather. Pre Dentistry, Gi rard

Gene Baker, Pre Pharmacy, Haynesville Keith Baker. Government, Tioga Melvin Baker, Man agement, Monr oe Nadi ne Baker. SpeCial EduC8lion, Bastrop Robert Baker, Computer Science, West Mon­

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Evonne Baldwin . PIA Sci.. Alexandria

James Bales. Pre Law, Rudyard, MiCh. Sally Bamburg. ?harm" Vivian Peggy Bann, MathematiCS, New Orleans Mary Banning. Office Adminis trarion, Bossier City Kendall Barefi eld , Marketing, Jigger Rebecca Bareswill, General Business, Delhi


Donna Barham, Office Administration. Bas1rop Durwood Barnes, Government, Rayville Mary Ann Barnes, Nursing, Monroe Vicky Barnes. Omes AdministfBtion, We!J. Monroe Gary Barton, Music, Greenville, Miss. StephanIe Sarton , Nurs ing, Alexandria

Roger Basco, Lib. AIlS. Mansfield Ivan Bass, Pre Pharmacy, West Monroe P~gy Sawn, Lib. An, Monroe Robert Beadle, Computer Science, Shreveport Steven Bearden , Sociology, Hodge Colleen BeaSley. Mathematics, Ferriday

Nore Beckham. Mathematics, Monroe Brad Belding . Pre Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Diane Belga rd. Nurs ing, Pineville

Amanda Bell , Pre Physical Therapy, Shf8Y8足 port Milton 8ell , Music, Thibodeaux Justus Benjamin. Pre Pharmacy, Alexandria

Katherine Bennel! . JoumaJism, Baton Rouge

Susan Sennett . Dental Hygiene. Baton Rouge

John Berli n, Pre Pharmacy, West Monroe

Stewart Bernard, PIA Sci., lafayene

John Bernhardt. Accoufltin9, Monroe

Jeff Berteau. Pre Pharmacy, Gonzales

Joe Birdwell, Phar macy, Texarkana. Ark.

Dianne Bis hop. Accounting, Monroe

Vebbie Bishop. Pre Pharmacy, Mt Vernon. In.

Charles Biso n. Wildlife Management. Shreve足 port Mary Bill ick. SociOlogy. Stillwater, Olda. Angelo Bivona, Pre Pharmacy. Metarie

Eugene Black , Pre Law, Epps

Mary Blackburn, Office Administration, Bake(

Judy B/ac kman . Pre Law, Slidell

Ruthie Blac kmon . Heallh and Physical Ed..

Oak Grove Chartes Blackwell. English. Bastrop Belly Bta kes, O ffice Administration, Monroe

James Blaney, Veterinary Medicine, Harrisonburg Verna Blunt, Nursing, Monroe Kennet h Board. BiOlogy, Shreveport Bonnie BonfigliO. AIT, New Orleans James Bonsall . Accounting, Sibley Charlon e Boone, Ho me Ec, Rayville

Neysa Cla.,e Bourg, Special Ed., Metarie Oebra Bourgeois, Music, ThibOdeaux Marcy Bowen, Lib Arts, Pineville Helen Boyd, Bus. Ad m., Bastrop Janel Boyd , Music, Choudrant Nancy Bozeman . Spanish, Baton Rouge

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Judy Bradshaw . Elementary Ed.. Manghum

Norlyn Branham, Nursing, Pineyiife

Karen Brantley, Pre Pharmacy, McGehee. Ark.

::harles Brewster, Radiol TV Management,

West Monroe ."ielda Brewton, Speech. Bastrop Susan Bridgewater, Animal Science, Jackson, Miss. Deborah Briggs, Special Ed., Calhoun

Carolyn Bright, MediCal Technology, Shreye~

port Jacqueline Britton, Elementary Ed., West Mon­

we Gary Brodnax, General Business, Shreveport Jack Brogdon . Pre Law, Minden Jan Brooks. Elementary Ed.. Mangham

Kimberly Brooks, Elementary Ed., Phoenix. Ariz. James Broussard. Aviation. Abbeyille Gwendolyn Brown . PI A Sci.. Mer Rouge Paula Brown. Social Welfare, Jena Shelia Brown. Home Ec, Rayville Barbare Bryan, Office Administre;ion, Monroe

Keith Bryant, Aviation, Monroe Judy Buchanan. Nursing, Newellton Johnny BuCk, Pre Law, West Monroe Marilyn Bullock. PIA Sci., Delhi Dianne Burgess. Art, Crossett. Ark . Joe Burkhalter, General Business. Minden

Judy Burley. Home Ec. Monterey Becky Burnaman. Pre Pharmacy, Alexandria Reginald Burnaman. Management, Alexand(i~ Anne Burns, Music, Grayson Carol Busby, Elementary Ed., Monroe George Butler. Music. West Monroe

Malcolm Butler, Art, Boyce Ronald Butler, Pre Physical Therapy, Baton Rouge Sandra Byrd. Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Thomas Cadenhead, Pre Dentistry, Haynesyille Grady Cain, Deta Processing, Monroe Beckie Calhoun, Nursing. Columbia

Shelia Calhoun. Home Ec, West Monroe Anita Calloway, Health and Physical Ed" Cro­ sett, Ark. Gretchen Campbell, Pre Occupational Ther­ apy, Shreveport Michelle Canterbury, PIA Sci., Monroe Rhonda Cantrell , Interior Decorating, New Or­ leans Donna Capaldi, Special Ed., lake Charles

Marla Capdau , Pre Dentistry. Balon Rouge Cynthia Caraway, Radiology, Shreveport Joe Cardella, Law Enforcement, New Orleans Christy Carpenter, General Studies, Shreve­ port James Carr, Social Studies, Colfax Beverly Carrier, Home Ec, p'meville

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Judith Carson, Nursing, Winnsboro Vickie Carter, Business, Winnfield

Teresa Caruthers. Pre Pharmacy. Lake Charles RICky Chambless. Aviation. West Monroe Hing Wai Chan. Accounting. Hong Kong

Bobby Chandler, PIA SCi., Clayton

Judy Chandler. Art, Oakdale Arden Chapman, Health and Physical Ed., Pk>足

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DIane Chapman, Music. Lake Providence Nancy Chapman, Music, Lake Providence Terri Chapman . Pre Pharmacy. Mangham DebOrah Chase. Medical Technology. Enter足

prise Ruey Yuh Chen, Pre Pharmacy. Thailand

Wai lok George Chen, Pre Pharmacy. Hong

Kong Paula Chiocchi, Columbus, Ohio David Chisholm. Music, Quitman Linda Chisolm , Nursing, Rayville Carol Christian, Pre Occupational Therapy. Shreveport

Kathryn Chrisllan, Pre Pharmacy. Shreveport Julia Clack. Elementary Ed., Monroe Linda Clark, Accounting, Monroe Margarel Clark , Speec h, Delhi Pearl Clark, Nursing, FefTiday Freddie Clay, Building Construction, Monroe

Michael Coburn , Health and Physical Ed.. Wi..

ne, Coo Vickie, Lib Arts. Monroe

Calhy Coker, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro

Susan Cole, Pre Pharmacy, Jackson, Miss.

John Coleman . PIA Sci., Shreveport

Arlys Collins. Business, SI. Joseph

Debra Collins, Special Ed.. Vivian Randy Collins, Pre Pharmacy, Choudranl CarOlyn Colvard, Home Ec, Monroe Jay COlvin, Pre Law, Shreveport Mi chael Colvin, Building Construction, West Monroe Kermir Comeaux. Social Studies, New Iberia

Cynthia Conrad , Pre Pharmacy, Sulphur Debbie Cook, Pre Pharmacy, Bastrop George Cook, Art, Wesl Monroe lou Cooper, Nursing, Winnsboro Randall Cooper. History, West Monroe William Cooper. Bui/ding Construclion, West Monroe

Candy Copes, DenIal Hygiene, BrunswICk. Ga. Randall Cortel. Pre Pharmacy, BerwiCk Mickey Costello, Home cc. Oak Grove Patricia Conen, P,e Physics I Therapy, 0Ik G rove

Susan Couch, Mathematics, Pineville

Debra Courtney. Business, Shreveport

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Cynthia Coventon. Pre-Occupational Therapy, Morga n City Bill Covmgtlon . Radio/TV Management. West Monroe Ouida Cox. Elementary Ed., Cotton Valley Sherry Cox. Business. Winnsboro Betty Craven. Special Ed . Tioga Beve rly Craven. Psychology. Jonesville

Brenda Cravens, Pre-Dentistry, Jonesville Eugenia Craw lord. Special Ed., Columbia James Creekmore, Pre-Law, Portsmouth, Va Gerthia Crowder, Bus. Adm., Bastrop Sherrill Crowder, Elementary Ed., SL Franc is足 ville Susan Crowe. Accounting, Monroe

Danelle Crowson. Elementary Ed., New tberia Gerald Cfumes . Health and Physical Ed .. New Orleans

Norma Cruse. Office Adminis tra tion. Jena

Melanie Cruz . Medical Technology, Melarie

Michael Curry. Music. Little Rock. Ark.

Lee Cutrer. Nursing, Ferriday

Debra Daleo. Elementary Ed.. Leesvi ll e Nancy Daniel Elementary Ed.. Wisner Sally Dankenbring, EI DoradO, Ark. Frank Davis, Corrections, Fores t Jacqueline Davis, Elementary Ed., Monroe Marilyn Davis, Office Administration, Monroe

Maxine Davis. Lib Arts. Shreveport Randall Davis. Physics, Mon roe Glen Davison, Accounting. Shreveport James Day, Pre-Physical Therapy, Shreveport Barbra Dean, Social Studies, Boss ier City David Dean. Biology, EI DoradO, Ark.

Polly Dean. Home Ec. Bunkie Phyl lis Dearman. Elementary Ed.. Alexandria Cindy DeBlieux , Elementary Ed.. Bastrop Dana Decker. Aviation. New Orlea ns Gwendolyn Delancy. Home Ec., Columbia Debbie Deland, Bus. Adm., W. Monroe

Candy Deless , Art, CroSSett , Ark. Delores Oeloach , Elementary Ed., Eff ie Janet DeMoss, Elemenlary Ed" Crowvi ll e Dan Denton. Accounting, Shreveport Michael Denton, Liberal Arts, Jena George DeStefano, Wildlife Management. Tal足 lulah

Linda Dinger, Office Adminislration, Lake Providence Janet Doherty, Distributive Ed., Elton Diane Doland, Social Srudies, Lake Cha rl es Pamela Dollar, Medical Technology, Mangham Debby Doran, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport Randall Doucet, Art, Cut Off

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Paul Dowty, Physics. Alexandria Terry DriskIll , Sociology, Hodge Faye Orumgole, Nursing. Monroe Debo(ah Duchesne, Home Ee., Hebert Cathy Duchesne, ed., Monroe William Ducote, Journalism, West Monroe

Susan Duggins. Distributive Ed , Monroe Benny Dumas, Computer Science, Springhill Judy Dunbar, Dental Hygiene. Bunkie Theresa Dunbar , Health and Physical Ed. West Monroe Ammie Dunn , Accounting, Delhi Kenneth Dunn. Socia! Studies, Vidalia

Meilodie Dvnn. Office AdministratiOn, Phoe足

nix , Ariz . Richard Dunn. Pr~Law, Shreveport Sebum Dunn, Elementary Ed.. West Monroe Alicia Dwyer, Dental Hygiene . St. Francisvtlle

David Easle , Building Construction. Oak Grove Emma Edwards, Nursing, Plaquemine

Carol Egnor, Speciaf Ed.. Bossier Alan Elbert, General Business. Shreveport Scolt Ellen, General Business, EI Dorado, Ark, Rodney Elrod, Government, Winnsboro Dlannia Elzy, Accounting, Winnsboro Dena Emmons, Special Ed. , Monroe

Dewin Emory, Musj'c, West Monroe MiKe Endsley, Pre -Pharmacy, Sasebo, Japan Robert Ernest, Data Processing, Lake Provi. dence Kenneth EubanKs. Building Construction. Kelly Carl Evans, lib Arls, Lake Providence lisa Evans, Speciaf Ed., Monroe PearHn Evans, Elementary Ed. , Lake Provt足 dence Patricia Ezell, Elementary Ed" Gilbert Denise Fair, Pharm .. Shreveport Shelda Farmer, Office Administration, Shre.... port Marlene Feauqua, Radiology, Effie Dorothy Feinberg, Pre-Occupational Therapy, EI Dorado, Ark.. David FelKer, General BUSiness, Harahan Keith Ferguson, Genera! Studies, Monroe Nona Furguson, General Studies, Monroe Randall Ferguson, Pre -Dentistry, Monroe Jacquelyn Ferriss, Operating Room Tech足 nician, Ferriday Denise Festavan, Office Administration, Shreveport

Marshall FinCh, Accounting, Monroe Jenny FinCher, Nursing, Holly Ridge Glenda Firmin, Elementary Education, Water足 proof Francis Fisher, Pharm., Dequincy Rebecca Flanagan. MOnroe Melvin Fletcher, Accounting, Monroe

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William Fletcher. Pre-Vocatio nal Agricultural Ed., Winnsboro Charles Flynn, Accounting, Bastrop Yau Wai Fok, Medical Technology, Hong Kong Susan Folmar, Special Ed. , Monroe Myra Fontenot . Pre-Pharmacy. Kinder Randall Fontenot. Pre-Pha rmacy, L ake Charles

Jimmy Ford ham, PIA SCi., New Iberia David Foshee , Health and Physical Ed., Alex足 andria Eugenia Foster, Music, Monroe Thomas Fost er, Pre-Dentistry, Wesl Monroe TIm Foster, Pre-Dentistry, West Monroe Patricia Fournet, Pre-Pharmacy, St. Martinville

Cathy Fay, Nursing, Shreveport Janell Franklin, Pineville Watson Franks , Speech, Shreveport Diane Fraychinaud, Distributive Ed., New Or足 leans Karen Frazier, Computer Science, Monroe Sandy Fread, Elementary Ed. , Rayville

RiChard Frederickso n, Pre-Pharmacy, Chal足 metle David Freeman , An, Bastrop Judy Freeman, Elementary Ed., Monroe Teresa Freeman, An, Monroe Ann Fridge, Mathematics. Shreveport Karen FutCh, Office Administrative, Shreveport

Donald Gaharan. PIe-Law, Jana Loretla Galberth, Nursing, Shreveport John Garretl . Music, Monroe Robert Garrie, Elementary Ed., Crowley Donna Gaston, Nursing, Oak Grove Hilda Gauthier, Radiology, Pineville

Carol Gaylor, Office Administration, Bossier City Don Gee . Music, Canton, Tex . Maria Gilbert, NUlsing, Tallulah Robert Gilbert , West Monroe Mary Gilliland, Pre-Law, Oelhi linda Givens, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro

Susan Gladden . Distributive Ed., Baton Rouge Sharon Glezen, Lib Arts, Shreveport Patricia Glorioso, Dental Hygiene, Shreveport Michael Goertz, GeophysiCS, New Orleans Marsan ne GolSby, Joutnslism, Shreveport Paul Goode, Physics, West Lake

Sharon Goode, Bus. Adm., Lake Charles Richard Goodwin, Genelsl Studies, Shreve足 port

Dale Goudia, Art, New Orleans

Shannon Gourgues. Accounting, Hahnville

Gary Gowan, General Business, Monroe

Christine Grant Elementary Ed. , Bastrop


Francis Grant, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Charlotte Grappe, General Studies, Sarepta Cynthia Graves, Pre Dentistry. Zachary Patty Graves, Journalism, Monroe Pamela Gray, Office Administration, West Monroe Robert Gray. Wildlife Management. Sibley

Stephen Gray, Law Enforcement, Gonzales Jerry Grayson, Pre Pharmacy, Metairie Ginger Green, General Studies, Pineville Roger Green, General Business, SL Louis, Mo. Kerry Greene, Occupational Therapy, New Orleans Georgia Gregory, Science Ed., Collingslon

Patricia Grimes. Music. Tallulah

Carolyn Grill/n . History, Monroe Phillip Griggs, Pre Pharmacy, Springhill Mimi Grisoli, Art, New Orleans Dorothy Grolf, Nursing. Lafayette Gary Groves, P-A SCi., Waco, Tex,

Thomas Grubb, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Pamela Guardina, Nursing, Melairie Marvin Guidry, Pre Physical Therapy, Abbe足 ville Beckie Guillory, Medical Technology, Elfie Susan Guillot, Pre Occupational Therapy, New Orleans Mary Guillote, Home Ec" Harrisonburg

Melissa Gunter, Art, Winnfield William Gusko, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Rod GUY, Pre Law, Monroe Cathy Halbert , Pre Pharmacy, Alexandria Kerney Hall, Lib Arts, Bogalousa Nigel Hall , Pre Occupational Therapy, Junc足 tion City

Pike Hall, General Business, Shreveport Raymond Hall, General Business Ruby Hall, Accounting , MObile, Ala. Robert Hamm, L aw Enforcement, Shrevepor1 Joan Hammons, Nursing, Wisner Sue Hammons, Pre Occupational Therapy, Monroe

Oeborah Hanna, OffiCe Admi nistration, Hodge Kathy Harkins, Ed. Springhill Oebbie Harner, Pre Occupational Therapy. Bossier CilY Paul Harper, Social Studies, Oak Grove Janice Harrell. Social Welfare, Monroe Linda Harrell . Computer Science, Balon Rouge

Richard Harrell, Pre Law, Ferriday Debra Harris, SOCial Welfare, Bastrop Lawrence Harris, Veterinary Medicine, 51. PeterSburg , Fla. Michael Hart, Music, Bossier ClIy Susan Hart, Office Administration, Monroe Rosa lyn Hattin, Pre Pharmacy, Monroe

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Bradley Hawthorne, Wildlife Management, Bossier City Florencetia Hayes. Nursmg, Alexandria James Hayes. Health and Physical Education. Tioga Deborah Haygood , D,stributive Ed., Harrison足 burg libby Haynes, Office AdminIstration, Shreve足

po" Martin Hearne, Music, Wesl Monroe PhIllip Hearne, Pre DentIstry, Wesl Monroe Jeanne Hebert , Pre PhysIc al The ra py, Jennings leslie He Ins, Law Enforcement, Bossier City Sandy Helgason, PI A SCI., Westwago Rhoda Hemphill , Art, Ohio Connie Henderson, Ed. , Deihl

Raye Henderson, PIA Sci., Harrisonburg Sophie Henderson, Nursing, Delhi Rick Hendncks, Industrial Management, West Monroe Steven Hendrick , Lib Arts, Monroe Rhoda Hennen, Heallh and Physical Ed" West Monroe Mary Henson. Social Welfare, Monroe

VickIe Hermes , Lib Arts, Shreveport Elame Hernandez. Bus. Admin.. Chase Vicki Hernandez, Office Administration, lafayette Jeff Herren, MathematiCs. Alexandna Debbie Herring, Speech Therapy. Oak Grove Margarel Hemng, Nursing, Sikes

Elois Herring , Elementary Ed, Oak Grove Donald Herrington , Data Processing, Oak Grove Roxanne Hibbard, Business, Rayville Judy HIckman, BIOlogy Ed., Alexandria Fredrick Hightower, Accounting. Chatham Teresa Hilker, Veterinary Medicine, Slidell

Carolyn Hili , Social Wellare, Shreveport lewis Hill , Pre Dentistry, Monroe Rhonda Hill , Elementary Ed.. Mangham Janel Hiller, Elementary Ed .. Monroe Susan HinCkley, Art, Monroe Tommy Hines, Pre Pharmacy. Haynesv,lIe

RiCky Hill. General Business, Winnsboro Jerry HOdge, Building ConstructIon, West Monroe Carolyn Holden, Nursing. Amile Jimmy Holland. General StucJies, Bastrop Deborah Holleman . SpeeCh. Simsboro Don Holley, Speech, Oak Grove

Ann Hollingsworth, Business, Monroe Ann Hollingsworth, Ed. , Monroe Gail Holloway, Music, Monroe Mary Holt. Art. Shreveport Kenneth Honeycutt. Art. Mer Rouge Cindy Horn, Medical Technology, Chalmette

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Laureen Horn, Speci81 Ed. , West Montoe Tim Howing ton, Speech, Crossett, Ark. Kenny Hudson, Pre Dentistry, Monroe Susan HuH, Journalism, Hsuisonburg James Humphreys. Balon Rouge Joan Hunt. Sociofogy, Baton Rouge

Lizabeth Hutchiso n, Geology, New Orleans

Loren Ibrings, Music, Shreveport

Jane Ingram, Hom e Pineville

Troy Ingram, Finance, Franklinton

James Irby. Pre Physicsl Therapy. Oak Grove

Donna Isbell , Elementary Ed" Tallulah

ec..

Dorothy Jackson, Psychology, Monroe Gli nd a Jackson, Accounting, Delhi Gloria Jackson, Health and Physical Ed. , M onroe Judy Jac kson, Elementary Ed. . West Monroe Rosie Jac kson, Elementary Ed .. Winnsboro Stephanie Jackson, Elementary Ed., West Monroe

Steve Jac kson. Pre Dentistry, Sicily ISland Thomas Jac kso n. Pre Pharmacy, Winnsboro Janic e James, Lib Arts, Monroe Daisy Jefferso n, History, Clay'lon Eddie Jenkins, General Business, Winnfield Ella Jenkins, Office Administ ration, Monroe

Herman Jenkins, Social Welfare, Monroe Shirley Jenkins, Social Welfare, Bastrop WiJliam Jenkins, Journalism, Sa ints Kathy Jennings, Pharm., Sh reveport Michael Jernigan, Medical Technology, Sulphur Janel Jobe, P-A SCi., Tallulah

Bennen JOffrio n, Pre Pharmacy, Cof1onport

Andrew Johnson, Elementary Ed., Sh reveport

Anthony Johnson, Pre Law, Monroe

Barbara Johnson, Sociology, Monroe

Bob Johnson, Pre Law, Bastrop

Charlone Johnson, Nursing, West Monroe

Debra JOhnson, Nursing, Shreveport

Ge ne JOhnson, Pre Pha rmacy, Iowa, La.

Janis Johnson, Operating Room TechniCian,

Columbia Lena Johnson, General Studies, Monroe Le roy John son , Medical Technology, Sf. James Martha Joh nson. Elementary Education, West MonrOe

Mary Johnson. Office Administration, Monroe Mitchell JohnSOn. Pharm., GIbsland Monica Johnson. Data Processing, Bastrop Peggy John son, Pre Physical Therapy, Vivian Dianne Johnston, Art, M angham Debra J ones, Home Ec. , Winnlietd

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Emma Jones, Radiology, 8 osco Glynn Jones, Pre Dentistry, Monroe John Jones, Pre Dentistry, Monroe Judy Jones, Home Ec., West Monroe Mar c Jones, Aviation, Jackson, Miss. Marilyn Jones, Lib Arts, Marion

Sharon Jones , Art, RaYVIlle Jacky Joy. Law Enforcement, Shreveport Steve Kamerman , Health and P.E .. Fred­ eriCklown, Mo. John Keeler, Building Construction. SI. Jo­ seph Ann Keller. Dental Hygiene. 8aslrop Julia Kelley. General Studies. Winnfield

Oebra Kemp. Office Administration. Oak Grove Sarah Kendrick, Nursing, Jena Marilyn Kennedy, Pre Law, Alexandria Susan Ker n, Dental Hygiene. 8reaux Bridge Jefferia Keys, Music, Monroe Manan Kilcoyne, Pharmacy, Monroe

Charlolle Kilicrease, Business Administration. Monroe Gary Killingsworth, Building Construclion. Crowville Jean Kilpalrick. EducatIOn , 8aSirOp Stephen Kilpatrick, Pre Pharmacy, Amite Carol Kincaid, Agronomy, Ft. Necessity Gloria Ki ng, Special Ed., Delhi

Gloria King , Liberal Arts. Tallu lah Harold King, Pre Pharmacy, Ruston William Kinnaird , Lib Arts, Monroe Connie Kirkham, Pre Physical Therapy. Bos­ sIer City Robert Kllchen. Agriculture, WllmOI . Ark . l ynda KIzer. Nursing. Shreveport

Deborah Knowles, Art, Oak Dale Wai Kin Kwong, Pre Pharmacy. Hong Kong Daniel l afonl, Government, Grand Isle Rebecca lai. Sociology, Hong Kong Keith l ambert, Agriculture Busmess, Aayville Glenn l andry, Building Construction, New Or­ leans

Jack l andry. Aviation. Bastrop Stephen Landry, Management, Bastrop Gay Nell l ane. Marketing. RayvIlle Angelique Langley, Pre Occupational Therapy, Bossier City l awton Langley. Pre PhYSical Therapy, Jen­ nings Marilyn l antz, Lake Charles

Cheryl Larrieu, Medical Technofogy, Malairie Melissa Larson, Special Ed. , CheneYVI lle Michael Lasuzzo, General BUSiness, Monroe Donna Lattier, Office Admjnistration, BOSSie r City

Mi chael Laugh lin. Pre Med, Sh reveport

Susan Lawrence, Speech, Alexandria

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Rebecca Lea, Special Ed., Shreveport Marilyn Leach, Elementary Ed. , West Monroe Cindy leBlanc, Nursing, Jena M ichae/ LeBoeuf, Music, Schriever Joy LeDoux, Pre·Pharmacy, Pineville Alan Lee, Music, Lalitte

AnIta Lee, SpeeCh, Pine B[ull, Ark. Bill lee , Pre·Pharmacy, Slidell David lee, Pre·Oentis/ry, Winnfield Eugene lee. Lib. Arts. Monroe Gloria Lee, Elementary Ed. , Waterproof Janise Lee, Business, Oak: Grove

Susan Lee, Nursing, Warren, Ark. James leggett, Chemistry, Winnsboro Van leigh, Building Construction, Monroe Cathy Lemoine, Office Administration, Monroe Armand l enard, Pre·Oenlistry, Wesl Monroe Mike Lenard, Elementary Ed. , West Monroe

Steve leon, Biology, Monroe John leopa rd , Pre· Oentistry, Shreveport Angel a leung, Pre·Pharmacy, Hong Kong Beth Lewis, Elementary Ed., Monroe Ollye Lincecum, Nursing, Georgetown Jo Lindeman, Special Ed. , Vidalia

Rosie linzy, Mathematics, Monroe

Neal Little, Pre-Law, Marion

Sarah Linle, Socia! Studies, Monroe

Mary Livingston, Journalism, McDade

Pam Lockard. Pre-Pharmacy, Zachary

Diane Lache, P-A ScienCe. Collingslor

Michael l oftin, Pre-Pharmacy, Minden Gladys logan, Bus. Adm., Bastrop Henry Logue, Pharmacy, Oak Ridge Malcolm lohnes, Accounting, Shreveport Martin Long, Building Cons/ruction, Monroe Rosemary LoU, Animal Science, Bossier Cily

Steve lowe . Lib. Arts, Mansfield

Barbara l oyd, Nursing, Rayville

Richard Lucas, Lib. Arts, Alexandria

Ernest Lucien. Health and PE. , Monroe

Frances Lulley, Accounting, Monroe

Gary Lulley. Pre-Dentistry. Monroe

Isaac Luffey. Genera! Business, Monroe Allen Lum, Accounting, Hu ntington StatiOI\ N.Y.

Maureen luslberg. Social Welf8re, ShrevepotJ Jimmy Luzader. Gener81 Business, Bastrop Debbie Lynn, Biology, Shreveport Kathryn Maclnlosh. Pre-Pharmacy, Sato" Rouge


l arry McHale. Pre路Pharmacy. Monroe Martin MCHenry. Agricullure. Monroe John MClolyre, Pre路 Pharmacy. Haynesville Wanda MClnlyre. Tallulah Carol McKe nzie. Office Administration. Monroe Mary McKinney. Elementary Ee1., Tioga

Dawn McKnig ht. General Studies, Monroe Cathy Mc leod . Nursing. Vivian Sherry McMillan. Pre-Dentistry, West Monroe Tony Mc Murtry. Journalism, Sarepta M ark Mc Neely, Aviation. Slidell M ichae l Mc Pherson, Medical TechnoJogy. Epps

David McWhorter, Business M8nagsmet( West Monroe

Robert McWilliams, P-A Sci, New Orleans

SIeve Mears , Pre-La w, Mobile, Ala

Charlotte Medlin , Education, Rayville

Myra Melder, Journalism, Jonesboro

Christine Meljezer. Psychology, Grelna

San dra Melton, P-A Sci. Shreveport Ricky Meredith, Data Processing, West Monroe Gary Miers, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Amy Miller, Lib. Arts, Monroe Bre nda Miller, Education, Epps James Miller, Accounting, Jonesville

Mari lyn Miller, Pre-Pharmacy, New Iberia Teresa Miller, Dental Hygiene, Shreveport Rachel Millet , Bus. Adm.. Reserve Shei la Milton , Home Ec.. Bastrop Stephen Milton, Art, Bastrop Karen M imsN1, Pre-Occupational TherlP. Shreveport

Brenda Mitch ell , Nursing, Monroe Elissa Mitc hell, Pre-Pharmacy, Bastrop Pamela Mitchell, Music, Sh reveport Randall M itchell, English, Violel Diana Mi zell, Speech, Crossett, Ark. Rosemary Monroe. 8 us. Adm., Shreveport

linda M ontagnino, Home Ec., Baton Rouge Dianne M oody, Social Welfare, West Monroe Sonjie Moody, Lib. Arts, Monroe Carotyn Moore, DenIal Hygiene, Monroe Debbie Moore, Lib. Arrs, Winnsboro l ouise M oore, Elementary Ed., Monroe

Marilyn M oore. O((jce Admin istration. Sh,.-.

pon Winifred M oore, Social Welfare, Monroe Deborah Moorhead. Social Welfare. Monroe Cheryl M oreh ead, Pre-Pharmacy, West Monroe Henry Morehead, Social Welfare, Monroe Karen Morg an, Office Administration, Will路 wego

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laQueta Morgan, Nursing, Springhill Gloria Morrison, Radiology, Delhi Melvin Morrison , Office Administration, Mer Rouge

Mike Morrison, Pre- Veterinary, Bossier City

Dianne Morrow, Pharmacy, Shreveport

Kalani Mourad, 8us, Adm., Minden

Donald Moy, Joumafism, Monroe Devola Murphy, Sociology, MOnroe Jennrter Murphy, Pre-Dentistry, Monroe Ed ith Myatt , HisJory. Rayville Brenda Myler, Of{;ce Administration. Shreve足

pM Debra Nance, History, Rayville

Michael Nault, Pre-Pharmacy, New Orleans Anthony Nelson, Pre-Dentistry, West Monroe CharloNe Nelson, Mus ic, Monroe Rhonda Nelson, MuSic, Crowville William Nelson, Building Cons/rvction, West Monroe Kathy Newell , Medical Technology, Natchez. Miss.

Sue Newland, Lib. Arts. Bossier City Eugene Newton , Dala Processing. Monroe Chak lam Ng , Pro-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Charn Tong Ng , Pharmacy. Hong Kong Hung Chi Ng. Pre-Pharmacy. Hong Kong Kwok Kuen Ng, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong

Billy Nielsen , Animal Science, Delhi Beverly Noble, Speech, West Monroe Marilyn Nota, Speech. Monroe Karen Noten, Pre- Pharmacy. Monroe Paul Norman. Lib. Arts, Bastrop Sherilyn Norman, Alexandria

Susan Norman , Bvs. Adm.. Minden Dwain Nugent, Pharmacy. Alexandria Kathryn Nugent, Nursing, Urania Rita Nunn, Nursing, Jonesboro Brenda O' Srian, Office Administration, lake Charles Kathie Odom, Home Ec.. Rayville

Edward Ojomo, Pre-Dentistry, NIgeria James Oliver. Accounting. RaYVille Carla Olson, Lib. Arls, West Monroe linda O'Neal , Home Ec.. Monroe Edmond O'Quin. General Business, Alexandria Charles Ortigo. Agriculture, Pineville

Sandy Otwell, Olfice Administration, West Mon roe Cynthia Oullaw, Nursing, St . Joseph Steve Ouzts, General Business. Monroe Deborah Pace, Art, Forest Edward Pamplin. Biology, Bastrop Ronald Pamplin, Msthemat ics. COllingston

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Edna Pardue, Nursmg, Chatham Russell Pardue, Pre-Law, Clinton. Miss. Carolyn Parker, Accounting, West Monroe Randall Parker, Agriculture Business. Winn颅 field Sheila Parker, Business Administration, W$SI. Monroe Kathy Pale, Denial Hygiene. Marrero

Pal Pale, English, West Monroe Teresa Paul. Office Adminis tration. Monterey Phil Pemberton. Business AdministratiOn, Haynesville Gary Pentecost, Law Enforcement. Jonesville Bill Pe rkins, Marketing, Columbia Emery Perkins, Law Enforcement, Haile

James Perrett. Pre-Pharmacy, Franklin Bettie Perry. Nursmg, Monroe Glenn Pelers, General Business, Monroe Larelha Peters, Elementary Ed" Mansfield 8111 Peterson, Health and Physical Ed., West Monroe Fred PhariS , General Business, Pineville

Esther Phillips, Speech. Haynesville Mary Phillips. Accounting. Baskin Lesa Piazza , Medical Technology, Bossier City CarOlyn Pickell. Computer SCience, Vidalia David Pierce, Marketing. Monroe CheSler Pipes, Aviation. Collinston

Bettye Pippin, Elementary Ed., Delhi James Pittman. EngliSh, Franklinton JoAnn Pittman. Office Administration. Angola Chris Plaisance, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Monroe Donald Piazza, Pre-Physical Therapy, VicJcs.. burg, Miss. Hickman Plitt, General Studies, Monroe

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BObbye Plunk, General Business, West Monroe Robin Poleynard, Pre-OccupallOnal Therapy Baton Rouge Deborah Porter, Accounting. Newellton Paula Polts. Lib. Arts. Monroe Reba Powers. Pre路 Physical Therapy, Tallulah Helen Prall , Home Ec., Jundlon City, Ark.

Michael Prechter. Accounting. New Orleans Christene PreSley, English. Calhoun CarOlyn Pric e, Office Administration, Monroe Jamie Price , Health and Physical Ed. , Dak Grove Kenneth Price. Pre路 Pharmacy. Shrcvepclrt Paul Pri ce. General BUSiness. winnsboro

Gerald Prince, Education, Gibson Paula Proce ll , Nursing, Shreveport Brenda PUCkett, General Business. Monroe Linda Pucken, General Business, Monroe Michael Radclifr, MUSiC. Ball Peggy Rains, SpeCial Ed. , Dermott. Ark.

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Kenneth Ramsey. Insurance. West Monroe Debra Randall . Elementary Ed . Ferriday Janet Rankin. PsychOlogy, Monroe Bruce Ransom. Accounting. Monroe Laurie Rarick. Dental Hygiene. eaton Ro uge Donna Ray, Distributive Ed , West Monroe

Janet Raymond. Pre-Pharmacy. Hahnville Waller Redlern. Pre-Veterinary, Mansfield Deborah Aeed . Social Studies, Ball Fred Reed. Pre-Law, Lake Providence Mark Reed , Bui/ding Construction. Monroe Susan Reid , Art, Ferriday

Paula Reppond. Computer SCience, Ste r­ tington Benny Reynolds. MarKeting, Rayv ille Steve Reynolds. Computer Science. Camden , Ark. Joe Rhodes, Pharmacy, New Orleans Susan Rials. Lake Charles Garry Richardson. Law Enforcement. Shreve­

PO" Janet Richardson. Speech, Jena Janel Kay Richardson , Elementary Ed.. Mon­ '0.

Sue Richarson, English. Chatham Deborah Richard . Nursing, Bast rop Julian RiChey. Lib. Arts, Jena Debora Rice. Office Administration. Monroe Deborah Riley. Office Administration. New­ ellton Deb Rivette, Social Welfare, New Orleans Jerry Roark. Pre-Law, West Monroe Johnnie ROberts. Health and PhYSical Ed.. Georgetown JOyce Roberts, Accounting. West Monroe Kathleen Roberts. Nursing, Rusi on William Roberts. Building ConSlruction, West Monroe Jeannie Robertson, Pharmacy, Jeanerette Rickie Robichaux. Elementary Ed.. Franklin James RObinson. Pre-Phys ic al Therapy, Shreveport James Robinson. Buifding Construction, Shreveport Jannifer RObinson, Nursing. Monroe Rosemary Robinson, Music. Pineville Virgin ia Robinson . Nursing. Monroe Eileen Robiskie . Pre-Pharmacy, Vacherie Grace Rogers, Elementary Ed.. Farmerville Ellen Roland, Health and Physical Ed" Alexa n­ dria Michael Rose, General Studies. Shreveport

Beverly Ross, Health and Physical Ed., Tallu­ lah

Randy Ross. General Studies. West Monroe Sheila Rounds, Special Ed., Baton Rouge Lucille Rourks, Social Studies. Ferriday Martin Rowell , Journalism. Shreveport Michae l Ruppert. Data Processing, Wesl Mon­

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Ann Russell, Nursing, Monroe Rickey Russell. General Business. Simsboro Carol Rust, General Studies. Shreveport Caro lyn Sai20n, Medical Technology, New Rhodes

Wilham Salinas, Pre-Law, Monroe

Faye Salter, Nursing, Springhill

lisa Sanders, PsyChOlogy, Monroe Pamela Sartori, Social Studies, Pineville Audrey Sa.... age, Pre-Veterinary, Baslrop Brenda Sa....age. Health and Physical Ed., Mon­

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Linda Savannah , SoCjo/ogy, Shre....eport Gene Savoie, L. Arts, Shreveport

Maria Sawyer, Educat;on, Oak Grove Diana Sayes . Government. Pineville linda Scarborough. Music, Bossier City Colleen Schimschock, Offi(AJ Administration, Shreveport Susan SChmitt. Dlstflbu/ive Ed., New Orleans Julia SchOlZ. Social Welfare. Shreveport

Wayne Scott. Pharmacy. Shre.... eport

Deborah Scroggs. Music, Jena

Brenda Scruggs. Ed. , Clayton

Sue Seab. Ed.. Natchez, Miss.

Sheryl Seal , Distributive Ed.. Shreveport

Bessie Semmes. English. Monroe

Deborah Semmes. Art, Minden laverne Semmes. Nursing, Monroe Deborah Shamblin, Office Adminis1.ration. Bastrop Deborah Shaw. Ubrary SCience, Oak Ridge Aaron Sheets, Accounting. Bunkie Debra Sheppard, Medical Technology, Monroe

Jer ry Silmon, Pre-Law, Sieriington Martin Simon, Pharmacy, Vacherie Susan Simpson, Office Administration. Mon­

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Aho nda Sims. Special Ed., Mangham Joreen Slack. Speech , Baskin Donna Sledge. Home Ec., Delhi

Dan Smilh, Accounting, Patterson Emily Smilh. Nursing, Jena GwendOlyn Smilh, Elementary Ed.. Monroe JOy Smith, Elementary Ed.. Winnsboro Mary Smilh, Edvcation, Monroe Robert Smi lh, MusiC. Shreveport

Aonnle Smith, General Studies. Shreveport Rulh Smilh. SpeCial Ed.. Shreveport Sherman Smilh. Management, Shreveport Jenny Smilh. Special Ed. , Minden Ci ndy Snead , Nursing, Monroe Marcy Solomon. Distributive Ed.• Monroe


Michele Somme, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Luling Kathy Speer, Speech Teresa Spillers, Home Ec .. Leesville Ronnie Spruill, Accounting. EI Dorado, Ark. Gary Stringer, Geology, West Monroe John Strom, Springhill

Michael St Romain. Computer Science, Baton Rouge Rhonda Stanio rd , Oak Grove Suza n Sianley. Medical Technology. Monroe Connie Starks, Pre· Pharmacy, Good Pine Carol yn Staten, Business. Mo nroe Joycelyn Steptoe, Medical TechnOlogy, New Orleans

Allen Sieriing , Journalism. Spnnghill Connie Sierriit. Medical Technology. Shreve­ port Doug Stewart, Law Enforcement. Monroe Jan Siewart , English, Shreveport William Streetman. Art, Monroe Terri Strickland

Norman Strother, Music, Monroe

Charlotle Sullivan, Pre-Occupational Therapy,

Oak Grove John SUllivan, West Monroe Kalheryn Sumner, Office Administration, Delhi Lavonne Swanson, Special Ed" Monroe Linnea Swanson, Pre-Physical Therapy, New Orleans

Scoll Swanson, Physical, Benton Judilh Sweat Anthony Sykes, Pre-Dentistry. Monroe Jennifer Sylvester, Morrow Darlene Tarver, Radiology, Monroe Sandra Tate , Office Administration, EI Dorado, Ark.

Federinda Taylor, Office Administration, Mon­

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Jacqueli ne Taylor, Sociology. Monroe Susan Taylor. SpeeCh, Alexandria Brenda Terral Jimmie Thomas, Government, Ferriday Kay Thomas. Home Ec., Shreveport

Edward Thomason, Pharmacy. Cotton Valley Edward Thomason Cheryl Thompson, EngliSh. Monterey Christopher Thompson, Aviation, Monroe James Thompson Kaye Thompson, General Sludies, Monroe

Danette Thornhill Susan Thrasher, Business, Monroe Francis Touchet, Pre-Pharmacy, Jennings Elaine Toys, Elementary Ed., Shreveport Darlene Tramel, Elementary Ed.. Monroe Lloyd Trichell. Pre-Dentistry, Baton Rouge

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Michele Somme, Pre-Occupational Th erapy, Luling Kathy Speer, Speech Teresa Spillers, Home Ec. , Leesvi lle Ronnie Spruill. Accounting, EI DoradO, Ark. Gary Stringer, Geology, West Monroe John Strom, Springhill

Mic hael SI. Romain. Computer Science, Balon Ro uge Rhonda Stanlord. Oak Grove Suzan Stanley. Medical Technology, Mo nroe Connie Starks, Pre-Pharmacy. Good Pine Carolyn Staten , Business. Monroe Joyce/yn Steptoe, Medical Technology, New Orleans

Allen Sterling, Journalism, Sp ring hill Connie Sterri!t. Medical Technology. Sh re ve足 port Doug Stewart, Law Enforcement, Mon roe Jan Stewart, English, Shreveport WIlliam Streetman, Art. Monroe Terri Strickland

Norman St rother. Music. Monroe

Charlotte Sullivan, Pre-Occupationa l Therapy,

Oak Grove John Sullivan, West Mo nroe Kalheryn Sumner. Office Adm inistraMn. Delhi Lavonne Swanson, Special Ed., Monroe Linnea Swanson, Pre-Physical Therapy. New Orleans

Scott Swanson , Physical, Benton Judith Sweat Anthony Sykes, Pre-Denfistry, Monroe Jennifer Sylvester, Morrow Darlene Tarver, RadiOlogy, Monroe Sandra Tate, Office Administration, EI Dorado, Ark.

Federinda Taylor, Office Administration, Mon 足

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Jacqueli ne Taylor, Sociology. Monroe

Susan Taylor, Speech, Alexandria

Brenda Terral

Jimmie Thomas. Government. Ferriday

Kay Tho mas . Home Ec .. Shreveport

Edward Thomason, Pharmacy, Cotton Va ll ey Edwa rd Thomason Cheryl Thompson, Eng lish, Mon terey Christopher Thompson, Aviation, Monroe James Thompson Kaye Thompson, General Studies, Monroe

Danette Thornhill Susan Thrasher, BUSiness, Monroe Francis To uc het , Pre-Pharmacy, Jennings El ai ne Toys. Elementary Ed., Shreveport Darlene Trame l, Elementary Ed" Monroe Lloyd Trichell, Pre-Dentistry, Baton Rouge

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Debbie Tropea, Special Ed .. Monroe Harrell Trotter, Harrell. Ark. Dennis Iso, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Elvin Tubre, Pre-Pharmacy, Alexandria Hariett Tucker, Pre-Occupational Therapy. Shrevepor1 Melanie Tucker, New Orleans

Priscilla Tucker, Accounting, Minden Ruby Tucker, Dental Hygiene, Shrevepor1 Sheila Tucker. Psychology, Tallulah John Turner. Journalism, Monroe Marsha Turner. Speech and Hearing Therapy, Kenner Mary Turner , Biology, Delhi

Peter Turner, General Business, Ferriday Terri Turner, English. Alexandria Woody Tyson, General Stu(1ies, Oak Grove Sharo n Underwood, Speech. Cullen Marsha Vaughan. Office Administration, Wesl Monroe Sarah Veal, General Business. Monroe

Ellen Venable, Economics, West lake Verhoe f, Billy, Winnfield Jean Vickery . Pharmacy, Oak Grove Thomas Vining , Law Enforcement, Marion Sheri ian Vorner. Nursing, Baton Rouge Sydney Wabara. Pre路Pharmacy, Nigeria

Suzanne Wagnon, Social Welfare, Plain Deal路 ing Patricia Waits, Art, Jana Laure Wakely. Mea/cal Technology, Kinder Bruce Walker, Pre路OentiSlry, Monroe Damel Walker, Lib Arts, Tallulah Kay Walker. Office Aominisrration, Jana

Mark Walker, MuSiC, Shreveport Sharron Walker, Elementary Ed., Delhi George Wallace, General BuSiness, Winnsboro Richard Wallace, Law Enforcement, Monroe Annette Walley, Music, Winnsboro Jack Waller. Business Aom,. New Orleans

Clayo na Wa ll e.s, Art. Jena Oavjd Wallers, Nursmg. Monroe Evensl Ware, Nursing , Monroe Linda Warren, SOCial Wel/ars, west Monroe Debbie Washington, Computer SCience. West Monroe Jesse Washington, Agric ulture Business. Delhi

Larry Washington. Computer SCience. Haynesville . Mafle Watkins, Pre.Occupational Therapy, Bossier City CarOlyn Watson, Educ8tion, Tallulah Kimberly Wat son, EngliSh, Crossel1 Laure Watson, Office Administration, Wisner Marilyn Watson, Office Administration, SoMa

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Cla\Jdia Weaver, Office Administration, Bas揃 trop Kathy Weaver , Nu rsing , Monroe Charlone Webb. General Studies, Shreveport Marian Wells, Social Welfare. Winnfield David West , Law Enlorcement. West Monroe Willie Earl Westbrooks

Jan Whitaker, Home Ec .. Denison . Tex Clitton While . Pre-Pharmacy. Zachary Mary Jane WhIte , Accounting. Shreveport Sharon White, Physics, Monroe Tonila While, Home cc., WInnsboro Juanita Wilmore, Home Ec., Monroe

Dennis Whinington, Law Enforcement. Fer足 riday Rebecca Whinington, Pre-Physical Therapy. Oak Grove Jill Wibben, Music, Shreveport Ethel Wiggins, Dental Hygiene. Calhoun Allen Wiggins, Accounting. Minden Peggie Wiggins , Office Administration. Mon足

,oe Marybeth Wiley, Social Welfare. Jonesville Beviah Williams, General Business, Bastrop Colleen Williams, Office Administration. VinIon

Cynthia Williams, Business Administration, Bastrop Deborah Williams. Social Welfare, Monroe Debbie Williams. Education, Monroe

Dorothy Williams . Nursing. Rayville Emma Williams, Nursing. Monroe Faye Williams , Nursing. Pioneer Harold Williams, Data Processing, San Fran足 cisco, Calif. Jerry Williams, General Studies. Oak Grove Joel WIll iams , Pharmacy. Monroe

leslie Williams , Accountmg, Bastrop Saundra Williams . Nursing, Monroe Judy Williamson. Social Studies. Mooringsport Bessie Willis, Social Welfare, Monroe l ynena Willis. Social Welfare, Monroe Patricia Willis. Elementary Ed., Monroe

Debra Wilson , General Studies . Pineville Jan Wilson, Elementary Ed .. Monroe Joseph Wilson . Liberal Arts. Ferriday Michael Wilson. Building Cons/rue/ion, Forest Melody Winn, Music. Shreveport Ouentina Winston, Science, Mer Rouge

Debra Wirt, Elemenrary Ed.. Baton Rouge Jeffrey WitCher, Building Construction, Forest Susan Wnukowski , Nursing, Rayville Mary Womble, Elementary Ed., Winnsbo ro Caroline Yin Mei wong, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Tak Shing Michael Wong, Engineering, Hong Kong

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Kenneth Wood, Health and Physical Ed.• Colo­ rado Springs, Colo. Amanda Woodell, Ar1, West Monroe Jacqueline Wooden, Home Ec .. Bastrop Charlene Woods. Distributive Ed" New OrJeans

Callie Worley . Oata Processing. Bastrop Susan Worley , Speech, Alexandria Bruce Wright, P-A Sc. Monroe Chesler Wright , Music, Greenville. Miss.

Sharon Wright . Speech. Baton Rouge Darla Wyatt. Office Administration. Jonesboro Susan Wyatt . Home Ec" Jonesboro Jennie Yarbrough. Lib. Arts, Atlanta, Ga.

Johnny Yates, Computer Science. Forest Antonio Tai Wang Yeu , Biology, Hong Kong Wai Jean Yeung, Medica! Technology, Hong Kong Yi Ming Yiu, Compuler Science, Hong Kong

Jo Ann Young. Nursing, Alexandria Mildred Young. Office Administration. Bastrop Katherine Youngblood, Bus. Adm., Monroe

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CLASS OFFICERS: Charles Ellis, Vice路Presidenl, Pat Bates, Secr.路Treas.; Elmer Noah, Presiden!

SOPHOMORES


Eliza beth Adams, Nursing, COlumbia Marvin Adams. Law Enf. . Monroe

David L Adcock, General Business, W Mon· roe Jeanette Adcock. Home Economics, Baton Rouge Larry Adcock . Pre Occupational Therapy, Gil­ liam Barbara Akin, Elementary Education, Car­ th age, Texas Kathy AtbriHon , Speech, Bunkie Melba Dee Albritton, Nursing, Rayville Kathleen Ann Albus , Nursing. New Orleans Marion A ltord, Art, Winnsboro Dwight L. Allen , Pre· Law, Wildsville Lynn Alle n, Nursing, New Orleans

Patri cia Allen, Elementary Education, Bossier City Wanda Allred, Elemen/ary Education Vidalia Beverl y Anders, Elementary Education. West Monroe Wilma Arant, Home Economics, Bastrop Pam Archer, Elementary Education, Monroe Melissa Ashy, Elementary Education, Monroe

Joseph N, Aymond , Psychology, Alexandria Karen Ayo, Office Administration , Houma lucy Backstrom, Nursing, Clarkesdale. Miss. Joyce Barnes. Business, Monroe Nancy Barnett, Pre-Physical Therapy, Ster­ lington Becky Barr. Social Welfare, W. Monroe

Kaye Barron . Health and Physical Ed" Alexan­ dria Marilyn Bates, Elementary Education, Monroe. La . Pat Bates, Pre Law. Moo rin gsport Robert Baucum, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Donna Beach, Speech, Wlnser Sherrill Beard, Office Adm., Vidalia

Donna Bearden, Office Adm" Hodge Patly Bell, Montrose, Ark, Will ie Bell, History, Epps Oeborah Bennett, Elementary Ed. , Bessier Step hen Ben nett. General Studies, Natchi­ toc hes Johnni e Benton. Social Studies, Mer Rouge

Belva Berlin, Home Economics, Alexandria An nie L Berry, Psychology, Monroe Byron Bertra nd, Pre-Pharmacy, Elton Duane Billings , Management, Boga lusa Elizabet h Bishop, Social Studies, Gret na Jennette Biso n, Pre Occupational Therapy, Shreveport

Christa Blackstock, Biology, Wesl Monroe Betsy Bla nkenship, Elementary Education, Sh reveport Leona BOba, Speech, Winnsboro Charles 8 0lt, Pre Law, Vidalia Beryl Bolto n. Speech, West Monroe Frank Bonliglio, Pre Pharmacy, New Orleans

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Neal Bostwick, Music, Shreveport Paul Boudreaux, Computer Science, Monroe Grover Boughton, Data Processing, Monroe Kirk Bowdon , Art, Rayville Brenda Boyen , Elementary Education, Monroe Camellia Brad ford, Social Welfare, Jena

Debra Bragg, Pre Pharmacy, Shreveport Hebert BranCh, Building Canst. , Alexandri a Tommy Lee Branson, Pre-Ph armacy, New Or足 leans Valerye Branton, Home Economics, Haynesvi lle Tomm y J. Br eaux, Pre Engineerjng, New Iberia She ryl Brice , Pre Pha rmacy, Natchez, Miss.

Reba Bright, Pre Physical Therapy, Minden Sheryl Brill , Pharmacy, Boss ier City Judith 8rin901, Home Economics, Vidalia Judy Gaye Brooks, Elementary Educafion, Monroe Mary Lee Brow n, Home Economics, Gi lbert Wanda Brown , Pure and Applied Scjences, Monroe Curtis Bruno, Joumalism, South Bend, Ind. Edwin Bryan, Health and Physical Education, liddleville Kathy Chery l Bryan , Special Educa tion. WinnSboro Jacky Burke, Liberal Arts, Bossier City Dolores M. Burnham, Pre-Occupational Ther足 apy, New Orleans Larry Burrell , Music, Oak Grove Shirley Ann Burrell , Journalism, Oak Grove Janet Bu tche r, Office Adm., Oak Ridge Pal Byrd, Data Process ing. Columbia Gay Caldwell, Speech, W Monroe Terry Calloway, Physics, Vivian Trish Canterbury. Data Processing, Monroe

Joyce Elaine Cap les, Business Administration, W. Monroe

Marc Cappello, Pre-Pharmacy, Sh reveport

Steve Carr, Pre-Pharmacy. Welsh

Bruce Carr ington, Pre Pharmacy, Benton

Barbara Carter, Science Education, Darnell

Billy Carter. Nursing. Shreveport

Joyce Carte r, Office Administra tion, Monroe Dianne Cater, Business, Vidalia Siu Pu l Chang, Medical Technology, Hong Kong Billy Chapman , Agriculture Business, Jones足 ville

Malcolm Cheek, Management, Pineville

Diane Chesteen, Psychology Baton Roug e

Shek-K ay Cheung, Pre-Pharmacy, Hong Kong Katie Chi asson , Office Adm., Gilbert Rena Chocklin, Social We /fare, Deihl Debbie Christman, Psychology, Monroe William Clause n. Pre Law, Sulphur Ei11en C1oninger. Music, S1 ide1l


Grelchen Cole. Elementary Education. Shreve­

pM Debo ra h Coleman, English, Monticello Cathy Colvin, HIP.E" Bossier City Becky Conley, Art, Monroe Ter ry Conroy, PIA Science, Metairie Ci ndy Cook, Dental Hygiene, Natchitoches

Reila Beth Cook, Nursing, Fai rbanks Ric k Cook , BUIlding Construction, Bastrop Judy Coon, Elementary Educarion, West Mon­

roe Wendell Coplin, Accounling, West lake Gaye Corley, Office Administration, Epps Susie Costello, Nursing. Kilbourne

Bruce Ray Covi ngton, Law Enforcement, Oak Grove Susan Covington, Nursing, Auston Rance Cram, Insurance. Bastrop Linda Jo Craven, Home EconomiCS. Tioga

Claudia Crews, Elementary Education. lake Providence Alexander Culpepper, Business Adm.. Monroe Reba Cumm ings. Elementary Education. W. Mon roe Theresa Cupit, Elementary Education. Ster­ lington Brian Curry. Aviation, Creve Coeur, Mo. Larry Dale, Chemistry, Housto n. Tex. Thomas Dansby. Pre· Pharmacy, Camden, Ark. Alan Davidson, Accounting, Farmerville

Greggory Davies. Law Enforcement. Winnlield Dianne Davis. Meaical Technology. Shreveport Emma Sue DavIs. General Business. Baslrop James Davis. Bi%gy. Shreveport Karl Von Davis. Agricullure. Ferriday Bema Day. General Business. Bastrop

David Day, PI A SCIence, Monroe Dianna Dayton. Art. W. Monroe Sa nd ra Deal . Office Adm.. Monroe Phill ip Deaton, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Tommy Deloach. Social Welfare, Effie Beverly Dev ine. Sociology, McGehee, Ark.

Audrey Diggs. Nursing. Greenville, Miss. Nancy Dillahunty. Education, Mooringsport Edward Dinger. Pharmacy, lake Providence Barbara Dobard, Pre-Law. Alexandria Dana Doise. Nurs ing, Eun ice Ted Do mingues. General Business. Breaux Bridge, La.

Gordon Donahoe. Social Welfare, Delhi Deborah Donahue, Library Science, Bastrop Wes Dorman , Building Construction. Haynesville Dennis Dosher, Agriculture Business. Jones­ ville Gordon Dolson, Pre Physica l Therapy, New Iberia Kris Douglas, Speech Therapy. Monroe

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Jerry Dowden, Bus. Adm., LeeSVille Mana Drake, Pharmacy, Ponchatoula Robert Driver, Agriculture Bus. , Lake Provi­ dence Diane Dufour , Elementary Ed., Shreveport Barbara Duncan, Home Economics, Monroe Martha Dupree Pre-Pharmacy, Bastrop

Kenneth Durden, Music, West Monroe Billy Duval , Data Processing, Morgan City Linda Ealy. Pre-La w. Shreveport Sylvi a Edmonds, Home EconomiCS, Homer Michael Ehrlinsp iel, Psychology. Benton Bonnie Ekle, Nursing, Ft. Lauderdale, FI.

Pamela Elliott, Data Processing, Monroe Patricia Ellis, Office Adm. , Uncertai n, Texas Peggy Elrod, Nursing, Winnsboro Jenn ,fe r Emmons, Distributi ve Ed., West Mon­

roe John Ervine, Geology, Haughton Susan EubankS, Medical Technology. Mans­ fiel d

RiCky Evans, Accounting, West Monroe Sussn Evans, Dental Hygiene. Rayville Denise Faciane, Pre-Pharmacy, Slidell Lynn Fanl , Liberal Arts, Monroe Ca(Olyn Files, Oistributive Ed., Monroe Charlolta FinCher, Speech, Shreveport

Pamela Finklea , Special Education, Shreve­ port Marl een Finley, Home Economics, Monroe JOhnny FiSher, Building Const .. Houma Nancy Fly, Mathematics, Memphis. Tenn. Mary Jane Flynn, Medical Technology, Alexan­ dri a Herman Fontenot, Computer Science, Ope­ lOu sas

Jan Foster. Liberal Arts, Monroe Lavenia Foster. Business, Monroe Michael Foster, Liberal Arts, Shreveport Myra Foster. Marketing, Lake Providence Anita Fowler. SpeeCh, Alexandria Michell e Franklin , Special Educatio n. Pinevi lle

Anita Frantom. Journalism. West Mon roe Margie FrenCh . Office Adm .. Tall ulah Cheryl Friemel. Biology, Sh reveport Patric ia Fuller, Elementary Ed., Hosston Andrew Furlough. Economics, Long ISland, N.Y. Helen Galloway, Elementary Ed .. Gretna

Tanya Ganey, Education, Jena David Gardner. BiOlogy, West Monroe Rita Garner. Business. Kilbourne Gwen Gaske. Marketing. Sh reveport Cathy Gaumnilz , Nursing, Tall ulah William Gay, Speech, Monroe

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James G,anforte, Art. Shreveport Kathy Gilland, Liberal Arts, Monroe Jerry Gilmore, Chemistry. Monroe Gail Gilmore, Speech, Pineville Carolyn Gipson, Pre-Law, Rayville Diann Gipson, Medical Technology. Wi bora

Mane Glaser. Nursing, New Orleans Hugh Glasgow , Building Const., Monroe Glenda Glaze, History. Monroe Melodie Glover. Home Economies, Monroe Palricia GosCh, Health & P.£.. Auburn, tow Laura Go uld, Health & P£. , Garden Gr Calif.

Gwinartlc Graham. Pre-Dentistry, Shrevepo Doris Gray, Nursing, Monroe Sandy Green, Psychology, Winnsboro Vicki Green, Liberal Arts, Marion Nancy Green, PsyChotogy, Minden Lorraine Gregg. Business. Sterlington

Rosetla Grego rio. Elementary Ed.. Vivian Debbie Gremillion, SpeeCh. Alexandria Gail Grimes, Mathematics, Pine Bluff. Ark. Patricia Grover. Accounting. PinevJlle Darek Guichard. Pre-Pharmacy, New Orlea Slephanie Guillole. Pre-Pharmacy. Harriso byrg

AlIa Guthrie. Eco nomics. Monroe Margarel Haddox. Accounting, Monroe Larry Hale, ACcourlling. Pine Bluff, Ark. Jean Hall. Elementary Ed" Monroe Clara Harden, MusIc. Bastrop Lynn Hardy. Elemen tary Ed., Shreveport

Cynlhla Harmon . Pre-Pharmacy, Medlo Orego n Donna Hams, Office Adm.. Shreveport Bruce Harrison, PsychOlogy. Monroe Terry Harts, Medica l Technology. Feriday Larice Halc her. Building Const. , Shrevepor1 Teressa Haye . Elementary Ed., Monroe

Debra Hayes, Nursing, Effie Kathleen Haynes. Elementary Ed., West MOIl

me Karen Hayward. Liberal Arts. Monroe Hillary Heard . Liberal Arts, West Monroe Arbraham Henderson, History, Monroe LioneU Henderson . Building Const., FerridaV

Marjorie Henderso n, Pre-Pharmacy, Canlo menl , Fl. Bill Henry. Government. Oakdale Debo rah Hermann, Educa(ion. New Orleans Sco«y Hermann, Pre-Dentistry. Bossier City Kathleen Hice . Nursing, Mo rgan City Mary Hickman. Liberal Arts. Monroe


Annette Hilburn, Pre-Occupation Therapy, Shrevepo rt Howard Hilker. Data Processing. Slidell Harry Hillman. Radiology, Monroe Barbara Hi xon, Business Adm., Swartz Pauline Ho lbrook . Nursmg. Vivian Mi chael HOleyfield , SpeeCh. Shreveport

Mary HOlliday, Psychology. Pineville Michael Hollier. Pre-Pharmacy. Sunset Robin Holstead, Medical Technology. Amite Patrick Hall. Pharmacy, Hammond Barbara Hooker. PRE-Occupation Therapy, New Orleans Camille Howa rd , Elementary Ed., Shreveport

Ka thryn Hubbard, Nu rsing. Woodbine, Iowa Jan Hudson, Home Economics, Plain Dealing Richard Hudson. Accountmg, Bast rop Ronnie Hull . Pre -Law, West Monroe Terry Hughes. Pre-Law. Baton Rouge Lydell Humphries. Art. Monroe

Sheme Humphnes. General Studies, Monroe Brenda Hutson, SpeCial Educafion. West Man-

we Leotis Hyde. Accounting, Pineville Benj am in Idiong, Pre-Pharmacy. Nigeria Barbara Jackson, Psychology, Monroe Patncia Jackso n, Home Economies, Monroe

Ruby James, Accountmg, Monroe lila Jefferson, Eng/isll, Monroe Nona Jen kins, Pre-PhYSIcal Therapy. Devi ll e Cheryl Johnson, Liberal Arts, Bastrop GwendOlyn Joh nson, Busmess. Bastrop John Johnson, Pure & Applied Science, Shreveport

Judy Johnson, Computer SCience, Oakdale Myrtle Johnson, Health & PE, Mer Rouge Donald Johnsto n, Pure & Applied Science, Monroe Candy Jo nes. Government, Epps Calherine Jo nes, Business, Alexandria Denn is Jones. Pre-Pharmacy, Maurepas

Janice Jones, Music, Alexa ndria Susan Jones, Medical TechnOlogy, Mon roe Terry Jones, Government, Winnsboro Be"y Lynne Jopling , Biology. Shreveport Vicki Jordan, Special Education, Winnfield Ben Jowers, Pre-Pharmacy, Coushatta

Margaret Jue , Medical Technology. Shreve路 port Sha ron Keith, BiOlogy, Little Rock, Ark. Jeune Keller, Social Welfare. Monroe Linda Kelly, Office Adm.. Bossier City Allen Kemp, Pre-Pharmacy, Ponchatoula Robert Kennedy, Pre-Denrislry, Monroe

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Linda King , EngliSh, Monroe Susan Kirkland, Elementary Ed. , Bossier City Darice Koder, Nursing, Shdell Charlie Kothmann, Bio. Wilelfife Const. Mgmt., New Orleans Mike Kullman, Pre-Pharmacy. Morgan City James Kyzar. Agricullure Bus , Tallulah

Judy Labbe, Pre-Pharmacy, Sl. Martinville Jacqueline Lafleur , Pre-Occupation Therapy, Bunkie Louis Laguardia, Pre-Dentistry, New Orleans Ga'l! Laird. Office Adm., Monroe Dianne Lanclos, Elementary Eel.. Opelousas Suzetter Lantier, Pre-Pharmacy, Lafayette

Susan Lavo, Speech, Boss ier City' Deborah Lawerence, Pre-Occupation Therapy. New Orleans Kathryn Lebrian. Home Ec onomics, West Monroe David Lecoq, Pre-Pharmacy, Eunice Eugenia Lee, Office Adm., Shreveport Mary Lee, Elementary Ed., Jena

Gustave Lehmann, Pr&-Pharmacy, New Or足 leans Peggy Leigh , Social Studies. Monroe Dixie Lenard . Elementary Ed.. Monroe Randall lillich. Pre-Dentistry, Shreveport Robert Lilly. Liberal Arts, Winnsboro Laura Lindle, Elementary Ed. , Monroe

Ginger Lindow , Nursing, Monroe Betty Lishman, Ac counting, Fort Necessity Vaun Little. Education. Monroe Stella Loc kWOOd. Education, Shreveport Susanna Lok. Office Adm., Hong Kong Alden Lopez. Dala Processing, New Orleans

Belinga Lorenz , Nursing, Garland, Texas Karen Lovell, Journalism, BrOOkhaven, Miss. Randy Lovell, Data Processing, Lake Provf.足 dence Caro lyn Lowe, NurSing, Bastrop Toinette Loyd , English, Lake Providence Alan Lucas, Pre-Dentistry. Crossett, Ark

Oanlla Lummus. Elementary Ed.. Hosston Dana Luse , Pharmacy, Monroe Barbara Mack, Pre-Physical Therapy. Houma Susan Malson, Marketing. Bastrop Nancy Ma rch and . Office Adm.. Alexandria Mary Ma,ionneaux. Education, lake Chanes

Debbie Martin, Elementary Ed., Baton Rouge Christine Matthews , Liberal Arts, Monroe Joan Matthews , Health & PE , Alexandria Dennis Maxwell, Radio TV Mgmt.. Crossett. Ark.

Susie May. Data Processing, West Monroe

Robert May. Law Enlorcement, Shreveport


Paul Mayes. Pre-Pharmacy. Kinder Becky Mayfield. Elementary Ed., Bastrop Avis McBride. Pre-Pharmacy, West Lake Frank McCloy, Pharmacy, New Orleans Melissa McConalhy, Home Econ omics. Ray足 ville Bret MCCoy, Management, Natchitoches

Doro thy McCoy, Law Enforcement, Shreveport Andre McDade, Pre-Dentistry, Oak Gro\ie Faye McDonald. Business, Benton Vicki McEachern, Health & PE , VNian Cindy McGee . General Studies, Jackson, Miss. Rick McGuirt, Pre-Pharmacy, Natchitoches

Glenda Mcintyre, Social Welfare, Goodwill Marjorie McKaskle, Medical Technology. Shreveport John McKinney. Pre-Law, Minden Robert McLean. Pre-Medic ine, Natchez . Miss. James McMan, Education, Mi nden David McMillan, Mathematics. Monroe

Elsie McMillian. Generat Business, West Mon足 me Susie McNeely, Special Education. Slidell Connie McNeil, Education. Darnell June McVay, Music, Wesl Monroe Mary Meeks, Nursing, EI Dorado. Ark. Veria Menon, Office Adm., Mer Rouge

Cece Melvill e. Social Studies, Bossie r City Murphy Meyers, Building Const., New Iberia Deborah Miller, Social Welfare, Ruston GladyS Miller, Pre-Pharmacy. l ake Cha rl es leslie Miller, Oata Processing. Monroe l as Milton, Pre-Law, Delhi

Therese Mire, Pre-Pharmacy, Meta irie Joe Mitchell, Health & PE, Monroe Rose Mitchell, Home Economies, Houston, Texas Nathanael Mixon, Building Consr., Winnsboro Beverly Moore, Ele mentary Ed .. Rayville Diane Moore, Operating Room TeCh., Bastrop

Marilyn Morrell, Art. Monroe

Eva Morris, liberal Arts, Shreveport

Gar! Morris, Art, Jena

Srenda Moses, Social Welfare, Newellton

Marjorie Mullican, Business, Sa skin

Alice Myatt, Art, West Monroe

l ou Nale. MediC8.1 Technology, Farmerville Sha ron Nabours . Home Economics, Sulphur Raymond Nebel. Pre- Vet Medicine, Houma Judy Neff. Social Studies. Amarillo, Texas Oelois Newma n, Social Welfare, Tallulah Ellen Nichol s, General Business, lake Provi足 dence

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Elmer Noah. Government. Bastrop Yvonne Noble. Health & P.拢. . Bonita Sue Nolan. Pre-Pharmacy, Mer Rouge Gary Norman. Pharmacy, EI Dorado, Ark. Do ri s Norris. Home economiCS. Jonesville Marion Nugent . Healfh & P.E . Pineville

Marcia Ochs, Home EconomIcs, West Monroe

Co nstance O'Connor, Government, Balon Rouge Oo ril a Ohlenforst, Home Economics, Rayne 8elinda Oliver, Music, Sicily Island Sharolyn Orti s. Social Welfare, West Monroe M a rilyn Owens, Social Studies, Goodwill

Debra Pahal, Business, Monroe Joelle Pardue. Art, Alto Billy Parker . Sio. Wildlife Const. Mgm,.. Monroe Cynthia Pa rker, Pre- Law, Pine Bl ufl. Ark.

Becky Patrick, Tenn. John Pauley,

Elementary Ed.. Memphis..

Aviation, West

Monroe

Janet Paxt on, Law Enforcement, Balon Rouge Paralea Payne, Office Adm., Bonita Nancy PeaCOCk. Pharmacy. West Monroe Dianne Perkins. Mathematics, Moori ngsport Ann Peters. Government, Alexa ndria Larry Petlietl e, Hist ory. Sh reveport

Donald Philley. Data Processing, Oak Gt'OY& J oh n Piazza, Pre路Pharmacy. ViCkSburg, Miss. James Pierce, Health & P.c , Jonesboro David Plain, Pre-Dentistry, Rayville Joy Pl ants, Health & P.C., Sh reveport Jimmy Pollard , Management, Springfield

Gregory Poret, Radiology, CottooJ)(lrt CarOl Porter, General BUSiness. Shreveport Trudi Partie, PSYChOlogy, SUlphur Debra Po well, Distributive Ed., Monroe Mike Price, Managemen t, Jonesville Richard Price, Agricufture, Sicily Island

Sharon Price, Education, West Monroe Jimmey Prince, Speech. Haynesville Pan, Prince. Elementary Ed., Sicily Island Jane Pringle , Medical Technology, New Orleans Mic h ael Pritc h ett, Law Enforcement. Baslro~ Chris Przyblski, Home Economics. West Port

Conn

Glynn Putnam . Pre-Occupat ion Therapy, Elton Donna Raiford, English, Tallulah BeCky Ramsey, General Business, Monroe Roger Rankin , Education, Monroe Kae Rash, Specia' Education, Bossier City William Rauschkolb, EconomiCS, Harvey

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Vickie Rayborn, Business, Wisner Cathy Rayford, Elementary Ed , Bossier City Barbara Redlin, Office Adm , EI Dorado , Ark Susan Reeder, Speech & Hearing, Haynesville Sharon Reeves, Journalism, Deville Rebecca Remont. Social Welfare, Alexandria

Cheryl Richmond, Home Economics, Shreve足 port Rudy Rivera, BUilding Const.. San Pedro , Honduras Gordon Roach , Music. Wisner Delilah Roark, Elementary Ed, Jena Barbara Roberds. OffIce Adm .. Metairie Aubry Roberts. Health & P.E., Winnsboro

Gregory Robichaux, Pre-Pharmacy. Raceland Clarence Robinson. Pharmacy, New Orleans John Robinson, Health & P E., Tioga Ronald Robinson. Pre-Pharmacy, Effie Stephanie Rodriguez , Pre-Physical Therapy. New Orleans Ginger Roos, Jo urnalism, Shreveport

Elaine Roper, English. Monroe Debbie Rosedale, Business. Monroe Gary Roshlo, Management, Tioga Lloyd Rougeau. Journalism, Oakdale Wayne Roussel. Health & P E. . Destrehan Susan Rugg. OffIce Adm, Mon roe

Pam Rumlola. Biology, Salon Rouge Elaine Ryan. Elementary Ed., Monroe Mary Sanders. NurSing, Grayson Sherry Sandidge, Music. Clarksdale, Miss. linda Sandi lord , English, Monroe Charlotte Schafer. Pre-Law, New Orleans

Jana Schaner, Pre-Pharmacy, Shreveport Everette Schiele, Journalism, Ale xandria Edward Scott, Pre-Pharmacy. Jonesville lewis SCOI1, Pre-Medicine, West Monroe Karen Scroggins, Social Welfa re. Bossier City John Scruggs, Social Studies. Ferriday

Susan Segers, Home Economics. Newellton Beverly Self. Pre-Pharmacy. Bastrop Nancy Sevier, Elementary Ed. , Tallulah Cornelius Shaw, Market ing, Monroe Bessie Sheets, Nursing, Richmond, Va. Judith Sherman, Law Enforcement, Monroe

Thomas Shuflin. Chemistry, Alexandria Stephen Shurr. General BUSiness. Little Rock, Ark. Mitchel Simmers. Pre-Pharmacy. White Castle David Simons, Pre-Pharmacy, Haughton Janna Sims, Health & P.E. M., Baton Rouge Robert Simpson, Music, Oakdale

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Cindy Sipes, Nursing, Shreveport Terry Skains, Law Enf" Winnfield Cyndi Smith, Specis! Ed" Balon Rouge Oeborah Sm ith , Home Ec., Winnfield Gary Smilh, Corrections, Monroe Greg Smith , Art, Shleveport

Stanley Smith, Law Enl., Angola Virginia Smith , Social Welfare, Bastrop Dixie Snyder, Ele. Ed., Shreve port Dexter Soileau. Social Wei., Pineville Mic kie Solomon, Home Ec., Monroe Francis Spann, Pre·Pharmacy, Winser

Patricia Spencer, Moo. Tech., Tallulah Joan Spikes. Nursing, Shreveport Mau ry Staggs, Pre·Pharm., Shreveport Robert Stanton, Pre·Den, Slidell Pamela Stewart , Office Adm., W. Monroe Ricki Stratton , Data Processing, Minden

Wanda Strickland, Dental Hyg., Amite Bre nnan Talley, Pre·Pharmacy, Spring hill Cathy Taylo r, Spec. Ed.. Baton Rouge Vince Terracin a, PrtrDen., Bossier City Tracy Thomas, Pre-Pharm., Springhi ll Carl Thomson, Lib. Arts., Monroe

David Thoamson, Aviation, Alto Gail Thompson, £le. Ed. , Winnsboro Beli nda Thorpe, Nursing, Spearsville Jerry Thornhill, Law Enf., Monroe Valerie Thousand, Home Ec. , Rayne Wanda Thrower, Ele. Eel., Monroe

loraine Tomlinson, HIP'£', Shreveport Karen Trahan, Pre Pharm., l afayette Gary Traylor, Eng .. Kilbourn 6arry Tucker, Pre· Den" Farmerville Lillie Tucker, Data Processing, Vidali a Bonnie Tung, Pha rm., Thailand

Cindy Turner, Radiology, Monroe Debbie Turner, Office Adm., WinnlieJd Debra Turner, Business, Haughton Michael Turner, Pre-Den, Monroe Russell Turrentine, Insurance, Alexandria Dawn TuNle, French, Bossier City

Rena Tweedy, Phsrmscy, Minden Barbara Tyler, Government, Bastrop John Tyson, Physics, New Orleans Faye Underwood, Socia! Studies, W. Monrot Ellen Upton, Special Eel., Minden Susan Vallery, Home Ec., Monroe


Debbie Varnado, Accounting, Bato n Rouge Judy Vercher, Nursing, Pineville Darcelle Vermillion. Psychology, Pineville Jonathan Viallon, Pre路Pharmacy, While Castle Dana Walker, Journalism, Shreveport Sally Walpole, Mathematics, Monroe

Judy Walker, Office Adm.. Shreveport Richard Walter, Radio & TV Mgmt, Monroe Debbie Wal ters, Medical Technology. Baton Rouge Joe Wall ers, Management, Winnsboro Kathy Wallers, Accounting. Monroe Sara Walters, Education, RaY"ilie

Lue Ware, Government, Mon roe

Leight on Warren, Genera l Business,

Shreveport Gracelia Wash ington, Art, Winnsboro Sue Waso, Data Processing, Wesl Monroe Gary Waters, Journalism, Colorado Springs, Colo. Sieve Waters. Pre-Occupational Therapy, Albuquerque. New Mexico Gloria Watson, Home Economics, RaY"lile Sandy Watts, Accounting, Neweillon Elsie Weathersby, Music, Monroe Denise Webb. Home Economics. Shreveport Randall Welch , French , Jena Susan Welch, Education. Baton Rouge

Bill Well s, Biology. San Diego, Calil . David Wempe, Law Enlorcement, Monroe Bonnie White, Pharmacy, Bunkie David Whillock, Law Enforcement, Monroe Joyce Wilkening, Government, Shreveport Adrian Willett . Government, Tallulah

Billie Williams, Home Economics, Monroe

DaVid Williams. Journalism, Shreveport

Greg Williams, Pre路Pharmacy, Benton

Janie Williams, Nursing, Tallulah

Kenneth Williams, French, Winnsboro

Lou WiUiams, Elementary Ed.. Bastrop

Nelda Williams, Nursing, Gra%on Gloria Williamson, Home Economics, West Monroe Kerri Williamson, Home EconomiCS, Dallas, Texas

Diane Wilson, Law Enforcement

leonard Wilson, Journalism, New Sarpy

Tywana Wilson, Elementary Ed., Urania

Teri Womack. Pre-Physical Therapy, Bossier City Michael Woods. Data Processing. Winnsboro Richard Woodward, Music. Winnsboro Joe Wray. Law Enforcemenr, Crowville Barbara Wright, Elementary 拢d., Monroe Rayford Wright. Buifding Cons/., Monroe

Dianne Zeagler. Nursing, Columbia

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CLASS OFFICERS : Jo Ann Bradley. Secr.路Treas.: Jackie Kelso, Vice-President ; Lynn Lynceum , President.

JUNIORS

358


Jan Adams, Engfish, Mo nroe Steve Adcox, Economics, Bogalusa Carolyn Agent, D,slribulive Ed. , Columbia Frank Ardoin , Med. Tech" Iowa Blount Armstrong, Pre Law, Monroe Tony Arpino, Building Construclion, Shreveport

Tommy Atkins, Engflsh, Shrevepo rt David Austin . Pre Med. West Monroe Gloria Baker, Government. Puyallup, Wash. Mary Jo Ball. Hcme Ec.. Tallulah Steve Barry, Pharmacy. Church Po int Roger Baum, Pre-Med. Baskin

Simpson Bayless. Management. Bastrop Sammie Bea m. Pharmacy. Shreveport Ci ndy Beaug h , Speech and Hearmg Therapy, MorgaI"' City Cynthia Beck. Oala Processmg. Transylvan ia David Becn el. Indus/oal Mg mf .. Lake Char les GlOri a Bell. Pharmacy, BastrOp

Landa Bell, Social Weffare, Shreveport Waynette Besser, Office Adm.. Natchez, Mi ss. William Bible, Building Construction, Delhi Doug Bice. Physical Therapy. West Monroe lisa Black, Pharmacy, Texarkana. Tex. Darrell Blair. Management. Alexandria

VIVian Bloodsaw. Accounting, Widsvlli e Wesley Boddie. Law Enlorcement. Bienville Mary BOies, Art, Mangham Debbie Bonomo, Pre-Pharmacy. Monroe Julia Boothe, Heallh and PhYSIcal Ed. , Wisner Gay BOulware. Social Welfare. Hales Corners. Wis

Kenneth Bowden, Pharma cy, Monroe Jo Ann Bradley, Elem. Ed.. Shreveport Shirley Brandt. Pharmacy, Monroe Ginger Brewer, Pharmacy, Ruston, Allen Brown , Elem. Ed. , Darnell Cassa ndra Brown, Social Welfare, Monroe

Charmaine Brown, Pharmacy, Eunice Debbie Brown. Social Welfare. Tioga Elnora Brown, Office Adm., Rayvill e Joe Brown, Dara Processing, Sheveport Vicky Brown, Ele mentary Educalion, West Monroe Wanda Brown. Computer Science, Monroe

Sieve Brunson, Pre-Pharmacy. Monroe Debra Bryan. Pre-Pharmacy, West Monroe de-Dc Burk. Journafism. Sulphur Roy Burrell. MathematiCs, Oak Grove Julie Burro ughs, Efem. Ed. , Shreveport Danny Cain. Law Enf. . Bossier City

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linda Calh Ou n, Social Studies. Monroe Geo rge Campbel" Music, West Monroe Angela Cappella. Social Welfare, Shre\'epol Judy Carpenter, Elemenlary Ed., Sicily Islar LanClle CarrOll, Art. Pineville Mike Carter, Pharmacy. Mansfi eld

Celeste Cassel . Home Ec ., alia Denise Cast illow, Dis'- Ed., Sulphur Joel Chapman. Pre-Law, Fa rmerville Monte Chapman. Industrial Mgmt., Farmervil James Chappell , Pre-Pharmacy, Cotten Vall Sharon Chatelain . General Busine5 Alexa nd ria

Sharon Chatham, Nursing. Chalham Dale Cheek . Speech, Memphis, Tenn. John Childers, Agriculture Business, Delhi Suzanne Childers, Pre-Moo, Grayso n Peter Childress, Law En/., Mela rle Jimm y Christian , Management, Bo nita

Susie Clay. Mathematics, Monroe Frank Clouti er, Physics, Monroe lynn Cockerham, Social WeI/are. Trout Suzanne Coeran, General Studies. Slidell Edward Coleman, Pre-MOO, Lake Providenc Mike Colvin. Building Construc tion, We Monroe

Nona Cloutier, Pharmacy, Monroe Danelle Comeaux. Elementary Educ., NE Iberia Dianne Cook, Accounting, Bossier City D avid Coo k , Building Cons truetio Shreveport Melba COOksey, Elementary Educ., Baskin Flora Cooper. Social Welfare, Winnsboro

Lindi Cooper, Health and Physical Ed. , Bak Lola Cooper, Soc;al Welfare. Winnsboro Mary Cooper, Pharmacy, Newellton Carolyn Copeland, Occupational TheraJ Shreveport Marti Cowart. Social Welfare, ViVian D e l o res Cox , Occ upational Ther8~ Shreveport

Sammy CreeCh , Computer Scien Logansport David Daniel, Psychology, Shreveport Tony Danna, Pharmacy, Monroe Delilah Darden, Music, Monroe John Davenpo rt, B uilding Construeri Belzoni, Miss. Martha Davidson. Pharmacy. Covington

Charles Davis, Computer Science, Oak Gr Nancy Davis, Library Science, Alexandria Debbie Day, Elementary Ed., Bastrop Janet Deville. Business. Monroe Edward Deal. Law Enf.. Bastrop Don Debarbieris, Pharmacy, Arabi


Judy Defee. English, Bastrop Patri ce Delcambre. English, Shreveport Ronnie Denny, AccQunting. Monterey Di cky Dickerson. Data Processing, West Mon ­

,oe Peggy Dillon. Elem, Ed" Ferriday Glenda Doles. English, Delhi

Dayid Domengeaux . Building Construction, Lafayclte William Domingues. Pharmacy. Breaux Bridg e Marilyn Donald. Art. Farmington. N,M, Jay Dopso n, Insurance, Monroe Kerry Dou cet. Pharmacy, Rayne Kathryn Doughty. Elem, Ed., Tullos

Saran Dougl ass, Pharmacy, Ponchatula Greg Drake, Marketing, Baton Rouge linda Ducote, Government, Monroe Thomas Dufrene, Health and Physical Educa­ tion, Shreveport Dwayne Duhon. Law Enforcement, Wesllake Jann Dumas, Nursing, 8alon Rouge

Sharon Dumas. Dental Hygiene. Houma Willie Dunn. General Business, Delhi Janice Durbin. Law Enforcement, Baton Rouge Janice Easker, Nursing, New Orleans Susan Ebarb . Speech, Shreveport Linda Eckard , Management. Alexandria

Marian Edwards, Pharmacy, Monroe EHylea Elledge, Accounting, Hebert Sarah Ellingsburg, Medical Tech., Bastrop Cathy Ellis. Social Welfare, Delhi Dudtey Elston , Matketing. Shreveport Vicki Epes. f/emenlary Education, Shreveport

Frank Elier, Pharmacy, Mangham Lewis Eyangelista, Insurance, Monroe Deanne Fairley, Occupational Therapy, Scotts­ Yille, Arizona Mike Farish , Building Construe/ion, Moor­ head, Miss. Katherine Farmer, Liberal Arts, New Orleans Karim Fashho. Pharmacy, Ramal/ah

Gary Ferguson, Building Construct ion, Shreveport Ralph Ferris, Agronomy. WinnSboro Robert Finch, Music, Monroe George Fisher, Physics. West Monroe Annie Foster, Data Proce$sing, Monroe Carol Franklin, flem. Ed., Jena

Charles Friemel, Pure and Appfjed Science, Shreveport Dixie Frost, Social Welfare, Calhou n Dawn Frye. laura Fulper, Pre MeG., Boonyille, Miss. Chris Gabriel. Mathematics, Baldwin Carla Gaddis, Occupational Therapy, Win­ terhaven. Fla.

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Peggy Gaines, Office Adm. , Monroe

Jose Garay, Government, Mexico Cily, Mexico

Susan Gardner, Medical Tech., Houston, Tex

Barbara Gauthier, Ed.. Monroe

Byron Gauthier, Accounting, Cottonsport

Gayle George. Nursing, Swartz

Rebecca George, Marketing, Monroe

Henry Gibso n, Pharmacy, Bastrop

Walter Gi lbert, Pharmacy, Napoleonville

Betsy G illiam, Music, little Rock

William Giltner. Elem. Ed., Gilbert

Oeborah Goodwin, Pharmacy, Monroe

Doug Gordon. Pharmacy, Prescott. Ark..

Johnny Gore. Pharmacy. Magee, Miss.

Nancy Govang, Speech, Miami, Fla.

Gwen Gow, Home Ec. Shreveport

Terri Grantham, FrenCh, Shreveport

Joyce Gra ug nard, Home Ec.. Reserve

James Gray, Accounting. Winnsboro

Thomas Gray, Liberal Arts, Sterlington

Paula Green. Elem. Ed. , Marion

Linda Greer, Government, Oakdale

Sammie Greer, Pharmacy, Shreveport

Joan Gregory, Elem. Ed.. Deihl

Herman Griese. PIA sci., Alexandria

Angela Guarisco, Pharmacy. Morgan City

Linda Guillory, Office Adm .. Bossier City

Ann Guillot, Elem. Ed., Shreveport

William Haddox, Journalism, Bastrop

Archie Haley, English, Monroe

Ishag Hallak, Pharmacy, Jerusalem

Altheia Ham, Accounting, Castor

Debra Hamby, Elem . Ed. , Oak Grove

Donald Hammett, Pre Moo., West Monroe

Donna Hammett , Elem. Ed.. Forrest

Ronald Ham mett, Pre Med.. West Monroe

Frances Hammons, Elern. Ed., Wisner

Lo u Hammons. English, Pollock

Palsy Ha mmo nds, Speech. Monroe

Beverly Hardy, NurSing, Abbeville

Debra Harris, Elem. Ed. , West MOntoe

Glenda Harris. Social Welfa re. Vidalia

Patti Hartman. Library Science. Monroe Michael Hasten Journalism, Franklin Patricia Hawkins, Social Welfare, Bastrop Thomas Hayden, Pre Moo., Dallas, Tex. James Hays, Biology, EI Dorado, Ark.


Ronald Hearn sberger. Da ta Processing, Sp ringhill Roy Heath, PI A Sci., Rayville Lynn Hebert, Nursmg, Hebert Vivian Hebert. Home Ec, Rayville Lena Henderson. Data Processing, Lak.e ProvI足 dence Allen Hend riCk.s , Pharmacy, Des Arc. Ark. Teresa Herlevic, Office Adm , Monroe Israel Hernandez. Law Enforcement. Lake Provid ence Jac quelin e Hernandez , Elem. Ed., Lake Charles DebOrah Hi cks, Nursing, Shreveport Rodney Higgi nbotham, Speech. Springhill Den nis Hight ower. Law Enf., Monroe

June Hill . Physics, Monroe Carolyn Hinton, Speech, Shreveport Kathy Hinton, Data Processing, Sulphur Johnny Hoflpa uir, Health and Physical Educa足 tion, Vidalia Villiam Honeycutt , Pharmacy, Jena Debra HornSby. General Business, Bastrop

li z Housnell, lib Arts. Boss ier City ShIrley Hovarter, Home Ec., Monroe Ann Howie, Nursing, Montrose , Ark. Jan Hughes. Special Ed .. Spearsv ille Rusty Hughes. Pre Med, Monroe Joe Humble, Pre Med, Monroe

Grace Humphrey, General Business, Bastrop Wallace Humphtey. Pharmacy, New Boston, Te)(. William Hurst. Pharmacy. Liberty, Mi ss. John Huchi ns, General Business, Shreveport Steve Hulch tns, Pre Med., Crossett . Ark.. Diana Hyde, Educatio n, West Monroe

Susan Irby. English, VickSbUtg. Miss.

Donna Jackson, Nursing. JonesVille

Karen Jackson. DistributIVe Ed. , Wesl Monroe

Cathe James, Government, New Orleans

Linda Jean. Elem. Ed.. Shreveport

Mark Jen kins, Mathematics. Bastrop

Josh Johnson, Journalism, Eudora , Ark.

Linda Johnson, Elem , Ed., Monroe

Mary Johnson, Nursing, Monroe

Jamie Johnsto n, Business, Vidalia

Patricia Joiner. Data Processing, Monroe

Russell Jowers , Radiology, Mon roe

Robert Keahey, Computer SCience, Bastrop

John Keller. Computer Science, Collinston

Jackie Kelsoe, English, New Iberia

Jan Kern, Medical Tech. , Baker

Paul Kethley, Marketing, Shreveport

Jerry Key. p/l8rmacy, Winnfield

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James Kimball. Mathematics. lafayette Peggy King, Pharmacy, West Monroe Rita King, Elem. Ed" West Monroe Rusty Knight , Pre Law, Franklinton Albert Ku, Computer Science. MontICello, Ark. Faerie lafield , Liberal Arts. Coushatta

Pal lanclos, Medical Tech., Opelousas Todd Landrum , Marketing. Rayville Janis Landry, Pharmacy, Pineville Bobby Laster, General Business, Sh revepol'l Eileen Lastowsky, Speech, Chicago HeigtllS, III.

Patricia Laws, Pharmacy, Texarkana, Tex.

Tom LeBleu, Pure and Applied Science, lees足 ville

Sandra LeCompte, Elem. Ed., Houma

Elizabeth Lee, General Business, Newellton

Wanda Lee, Elem. Ed., Winnsboro

James Leggitt, Accounting, Monroe

Keith leggitt, Accounting, Delhi

William Leshe, Pure and Applied Science, Shreveport Laurie Lightner, Education, Bossier City Lynn Linceum, Government, Georgetown Sarah Lindsey, Nursing, Jena Karen Lingo , Medical Tech., Oak Grove Janet Lowery, Pharmacy, Westlake

James loyless, Building Construction, Bas足 trop Jim Malone, Bus. Adm., Farmerville John Malvido, Physics, Monroe Patricia Marcel. Music, Mobile Frieda Marsch, Social Welfare, Monroe Mary Massart, Home Ec. , Metarie

Char/esline Massey, Bus. Adm., Rayville

Bruce Malulich, Law En!., Slidell

James May, Go vernment, EI Dorado, Ark.

Robert May, Pre Law, Bunkie

Sheila May, Home Ec., Oak Grove

Anward Mayeaux. Pharmacy, Mamou

Pamela Mayo. Nursing, Jones

Robert Mays . Pure and Applied SCience,

Rockford, III. Kalhy McBride, Elem. Ed., Shreveport Lee McCain, Pharmacy, Franklinton Charles McCartney, Pharmacy, Shreveport Tommy McClain, General Business, West Monroe

Dan McClure, Psychology, Highland, Tex. Kathleen McCoy, Nursing, Jena Teresa McCrory, Elem. Ed., West Monroe David McDaniel, An, Bossier CIty Kathryn McDonald, Elem. Ed., Mangham PaMi McGee, Elem. Ed., Houston, Tex


Rene McGee, Math, Jena Lynn McKenzie, Science Ed., Monroe Hen ry McKnight, Pharmacy, Vivian Regina McLean, Natchez , Miss . Robert Meisner, Computer Science, OUa Bndget Mici otto, Nursing, Shreveport

Janis Mickles . Elem. Ed.. Gretna Debra Mills, French Ed., Shreveport Sue Mitcha n. Social Welfare, Mo nroe Forrest Mixon, Agronomy, Trout Linda Moncrief, Ho me Ec., St. Joseph Peggy Moni z, Speech, Norco

James Moore. Pharmacy, Frankli n Kathryn Moore, SOCIal Welfare, Monroe Manie Moore, Sociaf Weifare. Monroe Myrtle Moore. Math, Mer Rouge Ruby Moore, Business, Monroe David Moreland, BiOlogy, Heflin

Barry Morgan, Chemistry. Iowa Pat Morris, Dental Hygiene, Farmervill e Libby Moseley, Business, Vidalia Matt Mouser, Lib Ans, Monroe ZoUie May, Psychology, Monroe Wanda Mu ller, Pharmacy, Westwego

Nancy Mullins, Music. Bossier City Diane Mu rdaug h,Pharmacy, Bryanl , Ark. Jonathon Nagem, Pharmacy, Lake Charles Melba Nappier, Accounting, Delhi Marilyn Nash, Sociology, Delhi Donna Neal, Physical Therapy, Mer Rouge

Eric James, Pharmacy. Vicksburg, Miss. Irma Nelson, Elem. Education. Monroe Keith Nelson, Pharmacy, SedgewickVille, Mo. Karl Nero, General BUSiness. Columbia Robbie Nehterton, Health and Physical Educa足 lion , Shreveport Delia Ng Shun-Wa i, Managemenl, Hong Kong

Karen Nix. English, West Monroe Deborah Nolan, Pharmacy, New Orleans John Odum, Law En!. , Mansfield James Packer, Insurance , Monroe Richard Parish, Building Construction, Mon足

roe

Phyllis Barker. Math, Monroe

Prudy Parks, English , Baton Rouge

Joyce Paul, Office Adm., Monterey

Peggy Paul, Social Welfare, Monterey

Gwen Payne. Pharmacy, Winnsboro

Dean Pellegrin. Pharmacy, Houma

Fern Perry, Social Welfa re, Monroe


Frank PeliNo. Pharmacy. Amite Marsa Phillips. Pharmacy, Winnfield Patricia Phillips. Elem. Ed., Haynesville Rebecca Phipps. Nursing, Atla nta Susan Pickens. MUSiC, West Monroe Virginia Pierce. Business, Monroe

Richard Powell. General Business. Shreveport Charlotte Price. Elem, Ed., Haynesville Hershel Price, Law Enr., Pineville Randall Price, Accounting, Bossier City Karan Ransom, Home Ec., Monroe Mary Ratcliff, Physical The rapy. Gilbert

Ann Rawson. French, Monroe David Rayle. Business, West Monroe Martha Reed, Marketing, West Monroe Carolyn Reppond, Liberal Arts, Bastrop Glenda Reppond. Business, Mar io n Linda Reppond, Elem. Ed. , Marion

loyd Reynolds, Vet. Med.. New Orleans Carolyn Richardson, Social Welfare . Bastrop Michael Richardson, Radio and TV Mgmt.. Wichita Falls, Tex. RebeCca Richardson. OCCupational Therapy. Manetla, Ga. Gay Ritchie , Office Adm. , Monroe Sieve ROberso n, Pharmacy, Magnolia. Ark.

Bev Roberts, Accounting. Chatham

Roy Roberts. Social Studies, Angola

Belinda Robertso n, Nursing Tallulah

Penny Robichaux. Pharmacy. Franklin

Randy Robichaux, Art. Franklin

CarOl Robinson, Denial Hygiene. Shreveport

Mary Pat Robinson, English, Versailles, MO.

Carla Roger. Pharmacy. lafayette

James Rogers, Pharmacy. Monroe

Marilyn Rogers, Nursing. Paragould. Ark.

Helen Rosenkrans, Computer SCienC8.

Shreveport Marie Ross. Social Welfare, Delhi

Jeannine Rowdon, General Business. Amite Sylvia Rugg, Business, Sterl ington Sal Russo, Pharmacy, Morgan City Jane Ryla nd . Elem. Ed., Pi neville lynda Sadler. English. Monroe Ehzabeth Salter. Dist Ed.. Sulphur

Melissa Sampson, General Business. Mooroe Karen Sanders, Business. Forrest Randy Sa UCier, Pharmacy. Opelousas Pat Scalia. Pharmacy. Monroe Patti Scheen. SpeCial Ed.. Shreveport Douglas Scogin. Pharmacy. Slidell


Pam Scruggs, Home Ec., Ferriday Candy Sewell, Elem. Ed.. Mansfield David Shield s, Pharmacy, West Monroe Zelda Simmons. SOCiology, Shreveport Charles Simon, Math, Norco George Sims, Managemen t, Bastrop

BonnIe Sisson . Liberal Arts, Mer Rouge Ric hard Si sso n. Building Construction, Mon足

we Kay Silman, Elem. Ed., Greensburg Anna Smith . Special Ed.. New Orleans Gerard Smith, Ed. , Mobile Kenneth Smith, Management, West Monroe

Michael Smith . Agronomy, Monterey DaVid Snow, Pharmacy, Bossier City Randy Speck, Pharmacy, Jac kson, Mo . Thomas Spencer, History. Monroe Emma Spillman, Business, Monroe Robert S1. John, Law En! , Monroe

Pam Stansberry, Accounting, Bastrop Joel Steger, Phys ical Therapy, At/anla Don Stephens. Social Studies, Minden Lane Steph enson, Pre Den tistry. Slidell Diana Sterart, Nursing, Magnolia , Ark. Debra Strong, Education, Columbia

Marshall Swenso n. Building Construction Irene Swi ft . Business, Lake Providence Cindy Sykes, Music, Mon roe Carol Taylo r, Accounting, FI. Necessity Don Teac h, Marketing, Shreveport Barbara Thornton, Nursing. Monroe

Bobby Thurkill. Pharmacy, Cape Girardea u. Mo. Kirt TOuchstone, Pre Law, Monroe Brent Toups, Pre Med., Oakdale Pamela Tripp, Accounting. Monroe Bill Trotter. Pre Med, BlytheVille. Ark. Larry TurnbOw, Management, McAlester, Ok .

Edward Turnbull, Aviation, Hammond Steven Turner, Data Processing, Monroe Yvonne Underwood , Accounting, Cullen Robert Venable, Management, Westl ake Mary Vidrine, Music, Pine Prairie Malvin Vincent, Pharmacy, Erath

M. Joseph Voda . Art, Pineville John VogI, Sociology. Monroe Linda Wade . Elem. Ed.. Sic ily Island Laura Wages, Nursing. New Millord , Penn . Geraldine Waguespack, Pharmacy. New Or足 leans

Richard Wallace, Pre Med. Shrevepo rt

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Jimmy Walker. Building Construct.an. Hous足 ton, Tex Kerry Walket . Government, West Monroe Boatner Ware. Government. Archibald Jo e Ware, Managemen t, Baton Rouge John Warner. PsychOlogy, Monroe ViCkie Warner. Education. Haynesville

Eddie Warren. Elem. Ed.. Monroe Lillian Washinglon, Nursing. Neweillon Cathy Webb. English, Monroe Jimmy Webb, General Business, Shreveport Dorothy West. Elam. Ed. , Chancyveille David White. Agriculture, Baton Rouge

Sherri Whitloc k, Journalism. West Monroe Sandra Wilder, Office Adm.. Jena Ben Wiley, Marketing, Shreveport Robert Wil kinso n, History. San Anlonio Janel Williams , Education, New Iberia Chic Will iams, Speech, Monroe

Sandra Wit liams. Elem. Ed. , Tallulah Martha Will iamson. Nursing, Dubach Oeborah Willis, Computer Science, Monroe Lyndel Willis, Law Enf.. Monroe William Willis, Pre Mad. Shreveport Stephanie Windham. Pharmacy. Jena

Ric hard Witherington, Pharmacy, Monroe Catherine Wortham, Social Studies, Oall Ridge Srian Worthington. Journalism, Monroe Cindy Yales, Occupational Therapy, Balon Rouge Anita Yu May HOI, Medical Tech. , Hong Kong Paula Zagone. Home Ec., Monroe


CLASS OFFICERS; Tommy Scurria . Vice-P resident ; Wayne Falcone. President; Maria Sampognaro. Secretary; Eddie Klein , Trea足

surer.

SENIORS

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John Adams, Music History, Jesu p, Ga. Jo hn Adams. Pharmacy, Monroe Randy Albrinon. BUIlding Construction, Farm­ erville DebbIe Alexander. HI P.£. , Monroe Nelda Allbrinon, Accounting, Harrisonburg Martha Allen , Office Adm. , Kildron

Edwin Allman. Socia/ Studies. Harrisonburg,

Pa. Joe Amaden. law Enl., l onoke, Ark. Deborah Anderson. Pharmacy, New Orleans Cathey Arceneaux. Accounting, Shreveport WIlliam ArnOld . Social Welfare, Neweilion Sa lvadore Arnone. Pharmacy, Hammond

Joel Aronso n, Pharmacy. Orlando, Fla.

Russell Arsaga, Physics. Metairie

Terry Aucoin . Management, Morgan City

linda Baggardly. Pharmacy, Bastrop

Jo Ann Bailey. Social Weflare, Monroe

Claude Baines. Art. W. Monroe

Mary Baker, Chemistry, Alexandria

Jerry Baert ield. Psychology, Winnsboro

Wlcklynne Bassen , Nursing, Monroe

Neil Baudin. Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.

Robbie Bazer, Spanish, Shreveport

Jerry Beene, Insurance. Tallulah

Susa n Bell , Elementary Ed., Jena Ri chard Bencal, Gen. Studies, Salem. Mass. Bona Benjamin, Pharmacy, Pollack Michael Benjamin, Pharmacy, Pollock Melvin Benton, General Business. Bastrop Gene 8ertonaschi , Marketing, Monroe

Joe Bishop, Education. Monroe Madeleine Blades . Lib Arts, Monroe Dic k Bonin, Building Construction, Monroe Thomas Boo th , lib Arts, Winnfield Arlene Bordelon, Pharmacy, Moreairville Vernon BothweJl , P-A SCi.. Cloverdale, Ind.

Ronald Bourgerois, Pharmacy. Thibodaux Jack Bowen, Accounting, Winnsboro Oee Bowl ing, Gen. Studies. W. Monroe Mary Boyte, English, Oak Grove Nieda Bradd ock. Dat8 Processing, Crowville Kenneth Bral ey, Biology, Monroe

Jimmy Brantley, Pharmacy. Jennings Michael Brasher, Social Welfare, Bossier City Albert Brazzel, Pharmacy. Ruston Cindy Breaux, Pharmacy. Eunice Cherw yn Breaux, Medical TeChnology, l oreairville David Brendle. Lib Arts, W. Monroe


Henry Bridges, Education. Minden

Cheryl Bringol. Education. Vidalia

Tont Brookreson. Math. Abilene. Tel<

Richard Brooks. Marketing. Crossett. Ark.

Karen Brooks. Journalism. Monroe

Edward Broussard. Pharmscy, Delcambre

Rodger Browder. Art. Sossier

Jim Brown. Pure and Applied Science.

Deerpark. N.Y. Linda Brown. Pharmacy. Simmsport Phillip Brown. Pharmacy. Minden Betty Bryan. Nursing. Hodge Willie Bullington. Gen. Business. Monroe

John Bull. Pilarmacy. Arabi Greg Bullock, Liberal Arts, Delhi Michael BurCh. Sociaf Studies. l ogansport Vickye Burgess, Business. Haynesville William Burgess. Accounting. HayneSVille Robert Burns. Accounting. Monroe

Frank Burroughs, Social Weftare. Bernice Cly<le Butler. Pharmacy, Raceland Alfred Sutts, Liberal Arts. Sag1tarbor. N.Y. John Cain, Office Adm. Monroe Alice Caldwell, Pharmacy. Ponchatoula Richard Caldwell . PsychOlogy, Calhoun

Jacklyn Calhoun, Office Adm., Gretna Donna Calion. Music. Alel<andria Joseph Cambre. Pharmacy. Reserve Camille Cancienne , Pharmacy, Houma Joseph Cangelosi, Marketing, Balon Rouge Rosie Cann. Social Welfare. W. Monroe

Carol Cannon. Art.Baton Rouge Katherine Cannon. Pharmacy, 5L Gabriel Kaye Carpenter. Elementsry Ed" Winnsbo ro James Carpenter, HIP. E.. Sic ily Island 01 iver Carroll, Accounting, Shreveport Janice Carter, English. Bastrop

Margaret Carter, Elementary Ed.. Clinton Finley Cartwnghl. Social Welfare, Tallulah Denise Cazenave, Liberal Arts, Arabi Ell is Chambless, Marketing, W. Monroe Chun lal Chan, Pharmacy, Hong Kong Deborah Chapman, Home Economics, Prince足 ton

Robbie Chevalier, Psychology, Monroe

lawrence Chiasson, Pharmacy. Mermentau

John Cicero, Oa/a Processing, Monroe

Bob CisneroS. Pharmacy, New Orleans

lillie Clihon, Business. Rayville

Susan CoChrane, Art, Monroe

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Rita Cole, Social Studies. Alezandria Janice Coleman, Psychology. Mon roe Jerry Coleman, Gen. Business, Shreveport Lucille Coleman, Home Ee" Rayville Vivian Coleman, Socisl Welfare, Bastrop Joe Co llura, Pharmacy, New Orleans

Madeline COOk. Home Ec.. Ferriday Margaret Coon. Pharmacy, Winnfield Kirk Cooper. Inousrrial Mgmt., Alexandria Kristi Cooper, HIPE, Baker Georgette Corbin, Art, Gilbert Libby Cox. Pharmacy. Mer Rouge

Rex Crame, Building Canst., Monroe Alison Crenshaw, Journalism, Shreveport Glenn Crochet, Pharmacy, Montequet Warren Cross, Social Studies, Haughton Gary Crouch, Pre Law, Epps Aline Crump. Social Welfare, Clayton

Mickey Culpepper, Accounting. Monroe Camlle Currier, HIP.ÂŁ. , Amile Betty Da nna, Pha rmacy, Monroe Brenda Davis, Nursing, Farmerville G loria Davis, Gen. Business. Monroe Marie Davis, Home Ec., SI9rt

Cynthia Day, Elementary Ed. , Downsville Linda Day. Office Adm.. Clinlon James Decker, Building Canst., Pineville Thomas Delabretonne, Pharmacy, Houma Earl Denning. Management, Winnfield Kay Denning, Elementary Ed., Balon Rouge

Lynn Desolo , Social Studies, Bastrop Beth Diedrich, Home Ec., Thibodaux Ed Domingue, Pharmacy, Ope lousas Margery Dopson, BUSiness, RaYVIite Bessie Dorsey, Data Processing. Nalchitoches Rickey Douce!, Pharmacy. Washinglon

Susan Do wden. Lib. Arts, Monroe ThOmas Dowd y, (ndustrial Mgmt. , Monroe Ernest Downey, Computer Science, W. ~ coe Karen Draper, Speech, Council Bluff, Iowa Keith Dronet, Pharmacy, Kaplan Kenneth Dufrene, Management, Paradis

Richard Dumas. History, Monroe Sa ra Duncan, Home Ec., Columbia Sharon Dunnings, Ele. Ed., Monroe John Dupree, Agriculture BUSiness, Delhi Virginia Durrett, English, Lake Charles Curtis Dykes, Pharmacy, Kempwood

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Lane Eaves. Pharmacy. W. Monroe Marianna Echols. Data Processing, Monroe Tommy Edmonds. Biology, Minden Hugh Eley, Government, W. Monroe Judi Ellerbe, Government. Bossier City Malcolm EnlOw. Liberal Arts. Chattanooga, Tenn.

Rex Ensminger. Marketing , Monroe F,ank Ernst . Pharmacy, Natchez, Miss. William Ernst, Pharmacy. Natchez, Miss. Edward Evans. Building Canst., Deihl Kathleen Evans, Pharmacy. Winnsboro J. S. Fairbanks. Pharmacy. Jonesville

wayne Falcone. Pharmacy, Independence James Faler. Industrial Mgmt. , Monroe Dana Faught , Home Ec.. Bossier City Dennis Faulkenberry. Management, Bastrop Lawrence Favalora, Pure and Applied SCience. Metairie Jenny Ferguson , Home Ec .. Oak Grove

Alice Ferris, Elementary Ed., Winnsboro Marlene Firmin. Pharmacy. Crowley Brenda FlOry, Nursing. Shreveport Robert FOley. Pharmacy, Shreveport Gary FOlkS. Pharmacy, Shreveport Carol Fontenot , Pharmacy, Grand Prairie

Jell Fontenot. Pharmacy. We st lake Danny Ford. Computer SCIence, Vidal ia Jackie FOSler, Gen. Business. Shreveport William Fowler. Economics, GoodWill Terry Frederick. Pharmacy. Kaplan John Freeland, Math , Bastrop

Michael French, Agronomy, Lake Providence James Fritz, Computer Science. Spring Hill John Fritz. Pharmacy, BalOn Rouge Brian Fryday. Accounting. Montoe Larry Fugel, Eduealion, Monroe David Fulco, Education. Monroe

Danny Fuller. Industrial Mgmt. . Delhi Dan Fulton, Liberal Arts, W. Monroe Sabah Futayyeh, Elementary Ed., Monroe Marianne FutCh. Art, Shreveport Roger Gage. Marketing. Longview, Tex. Gary Galasso, Avialion, New York, N.Y.

Judith Gannaway, Elementary Ed., Monroe Judy Garren, Accounting. Winnfield Jerri Ga rris. Pre Oceuo Therapy, Jonesboro Earl Gassenberger, Pharmacy, Gretna Peggy Gee, Pharmacy, W. Monroe Harry Gibson, Gen Business. Monroe


Sally Gilbert. Social Studies, Alexandria Beverly Gill, Elemenfary Ed., Stonewall Delores Gillpatrick, English, Bastrop Phyllis Gilmore, Pre Den. , Jena David Ginn. Social Welfare, Bastrop Lede ll Gipso n. Computer Science, Winnsboro

Randal Girouard , Pharmacy, Rayne Peter Goeders, Educa/ion, Sh reveport Donald Gordy, Pharmacy, Alexandria Kennelh Gore, Building Cons/. , Columbia Tho mas Gorm an, Music, Metcong, N.J. Betly Gorsage. Education, Monroe

Michael Gorsage. Insurance, Clearwater, Fla Nanc ie Gory, Home Ee. , Thibodaux Aline Gossein. Foreign Lang., Tallu lah Audrey Green. Accounting, Bastrop Frances Green , Accounting, W. Monroe Steve Green, Pre路 Pharmacy, Calhoun

Patrici a Green. Nursing, Monroe Michael Green. Music, Haughton Tere sa Green , Mus ic, Parkin . Ark. Timothy Green. Accounting, Monroe Rick Gregg. Management, Rockville, Md. Bobbie Gregory, Psychology. Monroe

Dennis Gros. Journalism. Slidell Cynlhia Grubb. Pre路Pharmacy. Shreveport John Guedry. Pharmacy. Morganza Rusty GUidry. Pharmacy. Abbeville Stan Guillory. Law En'.. Pineville Willis Guillory. Pharmacy. Alexandria

Lawanna Gunn, Social Welfare. Monroe Colleen Gurley. Pharmacy, Dequincy Carolyn Hale, HIP.拢., Monroe Francis Hall , Pharmacy. Monroe Joseph Hall . PsychOlogy. New Orleans Ann Halley. Home Ec., Farmerville

Daria Hamilto n. Special Ed.. Monroe Joe Hamilto n. Accounting, W. Monroe John Hammonds. Governmenf. Columbia Randall Hanks. Pharmacy. Gueyean William H anson. Pharmacy, New Orleans Linda Hardy. HIP. E.. HOlly Ridge

William Harkness. Gen. Business, Collinston Cecil Sharp, Gen. Business. Monroe Kennelh Harper, Pharmacy, Bunkie Donna Harrell. Pharmacy. Jonesboro Regina Harrell. Pre路Ph armacy. Ferriday ala Bell Harris. Home Ec.. Rayville

374


Kenneth Lee Hart , Management. Monroe Carolyn E. Harville, Art., Bossier City Maxine Haslaver. L. Arts, New Orleans Keith Hatfield, Pha rmacy. Texarkana, Ark . JOy Hathorn, Pharmacy. Monroe Ray Hathorn, L. Arts, Monroe

Deborah Hatten. Accounting, West Monroe Debbie Hayes. Social Welfare, Monroe Mary Hawkins, Music, Ferriday Alice Haynes, Ele. Educ. , Monroe Shirley Haynes, Gen. Bus" Rayville Terry Hays. History, Shreveport

James Heard , Gen. Bus.. W. Monroe Barbara Hebert Nursing , Port Allen McOullar Hegwood, Management, Monroe Dinah Henderson, Education. Monroe Linda Henderson, Sp. Educ ., Monroe Philip Henry, Pharmacy, Rayville

Betty Hensley, c lem. Educ. , Tallulah James Hernandez . Pharm.. Lafayette Lynette Hester, Elem. Educ.. Bastrop Jocelyn Hill , Pharm., Winnboro Jessie Hilton, Gen. Bus , Bogalusa Wm Hindmon, Elem. Educ.. Monr oe

Preston Hines, Pharm., JunClion City. Ark. Cha rles Hodgkins, Fmance.â&#x20AC;˘ Lake Providence Vicki Hodgkins, MUS IC, Winnsboro Frank Holl an d, Pharm. , Natchez, Miss. VIckie Ho lland. Pharm., Sh reveport Bobby Hollier. Pharm., Mamou

James Hollis, Acct., Sterlington Bettie Holloway, Home Econ., Monroe Martha Holmes, Pharm.. New Orleans Linda Hoo ker. Pharm., New Orleans Robert Hooper, Pharm., Shreveport Maribelle Hopkins , NurSing, Jones

Darryl Hote. Pharm., New Orleans

Frank Howard, Lib. Arts, Lake Providence

Stephen Howard, MUSIC, W. Monroe

Marguerite Howerton, Lib. Arts, Shreveport

Don Hoyt, English, New Orleans

Carole Hudgings, Nursing, Ash Grove, Mo .

Thomas Hudspeth, Ph8rm. , Amite

James Huffman, Bldg. Const. , Belleville

John Hunter, Bldg. Const., Delhi

Frank Inman, Pharm., Benton

Kay Inzina, Office Adm., Monroe

Paul Ivey, Soc. Studies., Haughton

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Joan Jackson, Office Adm., Monroe Ann Johnson, Spanish. Monroe Jo hn Johnson, Pharmacy, Monroe Ken John so n, Medical Technology, New Orleans Lydi a Johnson, Social Welfare, Rayville Rosie Johnson, £Ie. Ed., Tallulah

Tommy Johnson, Insurance, Athens George Joiner, l.b. Arts, Delhi Ronald Joiner, Management, Monroe Delilah Jones, Ele. Ed., Rania Douglas Jones, Building Const.. Gretna Genevia Jones, Social Welfare, New Orleans

Jerry Jones . Pharmacy, Ruston

Kathryn Jordan , Home Ee.. Shreveport

Tom Keller. Art.. Peoria. III.

Bernice Kemp. Math, New Orleans

Ronald Wayne Kemp, HIP.£.. Ferriday

Mark Kennedy. Social Studies, Monroe

James Kenney. £ Ie. Ed., Bossier City Mary Kester, Ele. Ed., Winnsboro Sally KIlpatriCk, Education, Monroe Carol Kimball. Pharmacy, Dequincy Dav id King. Geology. Monroe David Kirby. Pre·Oen. Hosston

Keith Kirby, SpeeCh, Monroe Edgar KirChem, Math, New Orleans Eddie Klein, Ph armacy, Morgan City Preston Klump , Pharmacy, Lake Arthur Raymo nd Knichel. P·A Sc., Fe Lauderdale. Fla. Karen Knight, Home Economics, Winnsboro

Jimmie Knight. BIOlogy, ZOOlogy, Monroe Janet Konc ,nsky, Ma th. Alexandria Kwok Hun Ko o. Pha rmacy, Hong Kong Gene l alleur. Pharmacy. Kinder James l ancaster. Gen. Business, Monroe Ric hard lawrence, S OCISI SttJdles , ShrevepCII

Catherine laws, Ele. E(1., Frank)in Buddy Leake, Geology, Pascagoula, Miss. Linda Lebreton, Pharmacy, New Orleans Gloria Lebrun , Art.. W. Monroe Debby Ledet , Nursing, Mo nroe Lewis Ledlow, Jr.. BiOlogy, Shreveport

Rebecca Lee . Pharmacy, Slidell Linda Leeks, Pharmacy, Dumas, Ark. Carolyn Leonard. Social Welfare, Ruston Gwendolyn Lewis. Special Ed.. Monroe Devon lewis, Pharmacy, W. Monroe Sue lobaugh. Elemen tary Ed., Alexandria

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Vallie Lo ng . Pharmacy, Bal on Rouge Debbie Lovlza. History, Soda Springs. Iowa Terrie Lowe. Art, W. Monroe Alvin Lui, Math. Hong Kong Sandra Lustberg. Engfish. Sh reveport Donald l ynx. Pha rmacy. Syossu el. N.Y.

Sandra Lyons. Business. Mo nroe Glenn Martin Susan Martin, M usic, DeFuniak Springs. Fla. Kay MatkinS . English. Sterlington Patsy Maxwell. Pre-Occupational Therapy. Vivian Frederi ck McAlmond. Building Const., Monroe

Dianne McBride, Pharmacy. Jonesboro Denver McCarty. Law En! , Mo nroe James McCollum. Pharmacy, Benton. III . Bruce McCo rm ick. Psy chofogy. Shrevepo rt laurel McCowin . Elementary Ed., Rayville Barbara McCoy, Marketing. Baton Rouge

Terry McCullin, Buildmg Const., Monroe Bernie McDermott . Pharmacy, Perth Am bOy, N. J . Kenny McDougl e. Music, Perryville Carol McElveen, Pharmacy. Roseland Suzanne McElwee, Pharmacy. Natchitoches Dorothy McE nery. Accounting. Oak Grove

MICkey McGowan . Budding Const.. Minden Jackie McGregor, Radio/ Te le vi sio n. W Monroe Jimmie Mc ilwain, His/ory. Monroe Marty MCKay. Pharmacy, Pineville Keith Mc Vay HI P.£. , W. Monroe linda Mc Williams , Accounting. Monroe

Tom Medley. Marketmg. Bastrop John Metzger. Aviation. lighthouse Point. Fla. Michael Migues.• Law Enf, Pineville . lao liz Mill er. English, Shreveport Keith Milligan., L Arts.. Houma Jean Mire, Pharmacy. Covington

Stanley Mixon. Pilarmacy, WinnsborO Mattie Mollit , Education, Monroe Barbara Montag nino, NurSing. 8alon Rouge Bennie Moore . Animal ScienCe. Bast rop l oyce Moore, Nursing. Monroe She ila Moore, Psychology, Alexandria

Paxton Moreland , Accounting. Bossier City Wilhemina Morgan, French, Chrlsly Morton , Home Ec.. Monroe Jerry Morton., Pharmacy. Ozark, Ark. Randall Moses. Management, Sh reveport Nolan Moulle, Acco unting. Ferriday


Chris Mulvihill, Ub. Arts, Vidalia Thomas Murphy, Pharmacy, Bastrop Sabara Nalbach Office Adm.. W. Monroe Foley Nash, French, Monroe Candy Nattin, Soc. Studies. Bossier City Scott Nealy, SocIOlogy, Baton Rouge

Peter Ng, Pharm.. Hong Kong Randy Nichols, English, Shreveport Susan Nickerson, Pharmacy, Springhill Lorn NIX, Bus Adm., Farmervil le Hobert Norman, Art, Sterlington Dennis Norris, Pharmacy, Monroe

James Norton, Lib. Arts, Monroe Johnnie Norton, Lib. Arts, Monroe John Nowlin, Pharmacy, Crossett Margaret Nuss, Pharmacy, Covington Craig Odekirk, Lib. Arts. Ogden, Utah Pamela Odom, Nursing, W. Monroe

Susan Odom, Soc. Welfare, Monroe

K. B Odonnell. Social Welfare, Logansport Cheryl Oliver, Data Processing, Linville Charles Oschwald, Pharmacy, Cocod rie Herbert Otwell, Law Enf., Monroe Kenneth Owens, Hist., W. Monroe

Cindy Pace. Sp. Educ.. Logansport C. M. Parker, Law En!., Monroe Harold Parker, Journafism, Wichita, Kal'\S. Sarah Parker. Music, Ferriday Mary Pasqua, Pharmacy, Gonzalas LouIs Pavich, Pharmacy, Eunice

Cynthia Payne, Corrections, Gulfport. Miss. George Payne, Lib. Arts. Benita Travis Payton, Accounting, Ruston Audrey Pazmino, Business, Delhi Williams Peeples, Pharmacy. Texarkana, Ark. Mary Ann Percy, Social Studies, Pineville

Alice Perkins, Data Processing, W. Monroe Michael Perrodin, Pharmacy, Crowley Donald Perry, Management, Swartz Roy Peters, HIPE, Cro\Wilie Dewlght Phelps. Pre-Den., Monroe Charles Piazza, Pre-Den., Vicksburg , Miss.

Barry Piske, Computer SCience, New Orleal1$ David Poche, Pharmacy, Hester Elizabeth Pohlson, Pre-Den., Start Mary Ann Pohlson, Pharmacy, Start Cheryl Poindexter. Special Ed., W. Monroe Buell Polk, Pharmacy, Raymond, Miss.

Tom Pollard, Computer Sci., Tallulah

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Charles Poole, Builoing Cons/ , Monterey

Benny Popwell, Pre-Den., Monroe

Adrienne Pass, JOurnalism, Shreveport

Tom Posta, Finance, Rayvill e

Kim Powell, Lib Arts, largo, Fla.

Ernest Brice, Pharmacy, lake Charles

Janet Priest, Home Ec., Bastrop Judith Primeaux , Pharmacy, Bell City Connie Prince, Home Ec .. Monroe Karen Prine. Home Ec., Epps Doris Prisock, General Business, Delhi Iva Prithcher, Elemenlary Eo, Monroe

Lawerence Proc to r, Law En fo rcement, Vidalia Barbara Profi1. Social Sluoies, Monroe Thomas Radelifl, Blo. Wifolife Cons. Mgml., Logansport

Stephen Ramey, Pre路Den" Bossier City

Becky Rast, Journalism, Shreveport

Donna Ratliff, Engli sh, Epps

leland Rawls , Law En!.. Danel! Margene Ray. Elementary Eo .. Bastrop Connie Reeks, Data Processing, Pioneer Billy Reeves, Pharmacy, Sutphur Vicki Reppond, Elementary Eo. , Mario n Eric Reuler, Computer Science, New Orleans

Janet Reynaud, Efemenlary Eo., W. Monroe Barbara Richardson, Nursing, Monroe Rodger Richey, Pharmacy, Alexandria Kenneth Riggin, Pre-Engineering, W. Monroe Oscar Riggs, Data Processing, Tallulah Paul Riggs, Pharmacy. Wildsville

Thomas Rmehart , Pharmacy, Shreveport

Phyllis Rino, Elementary Eo., Alexandria

Mary Rivera, Nursing, White Castle

linda Robertson, Element3ry Eo. , Gilbert

Mary Robertson, Socia/ Welfare, Sterlington

Harvey Robldea ux, La w Enf., W. Monroe

Doyle Robinson, Agflculture, Gilbert Ginger Robinson, Elementary Eo.. Monroe Richard Robinson, SOCial StuOies, Pineville Ruby Robinson, Social Welfare, Rayville James Rogers, Ph3rmacy, Monroe Doug Rorie, Law Enl.. Bossier City

Carl ROSby, Computer Science, Oak Grove Joseph Rossler, Marketing, Shreveport Mic hael Roussel, AgffcuJture. Hester Ralph Ruiz, Pre-Pharmacy, Reserve Susa n Rush, Home Ec., Deville John Rushing, Aviation, Fort lauderdale, Fla.

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Danny Russell, BUilding Const.. Col umbia

Rolland Rutkowski , Social Welfare, Lafayette

Don Ryan , Pharmacy, Berwick

Patricia Ryder. Education, Buckeye

Evert Ryland, Government, Pineville

George Sadi k, Pharmacy, Lebano n

Carl iss Sampognaro, Pre-Pharmacy, Monroe

Maria Sampognaro , Office Adm.. Monroe

Dennis Sanchez, Pharmacy, Bellerose

Phillip Sarag usa, Pharmacy, Independence

Ca rol Sawyer, Lib. Arts, Oak Grove

Helen Schwartzenburg , Speech Eo., Westlake

Donnie Scimeca, Pharmacy, Tickfaw

Ronald Scot!, Pharmacy, Bossier City

Thomas Sc urria, Pharmacy, Tallulah

Douglas Sell. Insurance, Pioneer

Stevens Sellers, Pharmacy, Berwick

Jim Sevier. Lib. Arts, Tallulah

Sca N Sevier, Pharmacy, Lake Charles

Steve Sewell. Management, Mansfield

Calvin Seyfarth. Pharmacy, Natchez. Miss.

Ronald Shelby, Accounting. Monroe

Mary Shelton, Nursing. Springhill

Threta Shultz., Sociology, Monroe

.John Sibley, Insurance, Bastrop

Elizabeth Sim pson, Social Studies, New Or路

leans Steve Simpson, Lib. Arls, Memphis, Tenn. Gwe ndolyn Si ng leton, Music. Winnsboro Beverly Sm ith, Home Ec ., Delhi David Smith, Pharmacy, Arcadia

Gregory Smit h. Pharmacy, CfOwley Joy Smith , Pharmacy, Kempwood Marc Smith. Pharmacy. MI. Vernon, III. Norene Smith, Business, Monroe Sandra Smith, Social StUdies, BOSSier aly Valla rie Smith . Nursing. Monroe

Diann Snow. Special Ed., Alexandria Anthony Soilrau, Pharmacy. Ville Plane Justing Soileau, Pharmacy, Port Barre Suza nne Soileau, Education, Ville Platte Kenneth Spear, Pharmacy, Monroe David Spears, Pharmacy, Saton Rouge

Elizabeth Spivey, Nursing, Ferriday Paul Siabb, Pharmacy, Spri ng field, III. Randy Stafford, Pharmacy, Franklinton Oeborah Stlnquesf, MusiC, Monroe


Trlcia Sterling, SpSnlsh, Spnnghill Charles Stewart , Pre-Mad, Monroe Dana Stewart, HIPE , Port Allen Toby Stewart, Government, W. Monroe Frank Suchy, Buildlllg Const., Monroe Melvin Swan, Music, Monroe

Debra Sykes, Pharmacy. Mon roe Frank Sykes, Industflal Mgmt.. Monroe Timothy Sykes, Law En'., Monroe larry Talley. Pharmacy, Baton Roug e leslie Tannet, Pharmacy, New Orleans Van Tassin . Pharmacy, Mansura

Randolph Taylo r. Pre-Med., Monroe Suzanne Taylo r, Pharmacy, Haynesville Rod Testet, Pharmacy, Iowa City, Iowa Freddie Theriot, General Business, Monroe Linda Thomas, Psychology, Bastrop Shirley Thomas, Lib. Arts, Cullen

Evelyn Thompson, Pharmacy, Parks, Arkan sas Rosia Tidwell, Elementary Education, Downs足 ville laura Tolbird, Home Ec., W. Monroe JoAnn Toliver, Pharmacy, Monroe Glenn Tranter, General Business. Northbrook, III. Sharon Tubre, Pharmacy. Alexandria

Ada Lee Turner, Music, Greenville, Miss. Gloria Donna Turner, Home Ec., Ferriday Kay Turner, Elementaty Ed. , W Monroe Keith Turner. Business Adm., Simmesport lindsay T. Tycer, Biology, Amite Deloris Tyler, Accounting. Bastrop

Gail Tyler, HIPE, Bossier City

Jimmy Upton, Accounting, Delhi

Janet Vaughan, Elementary Ed., Monroe

Monnlta Vick, Home Ec., Monroe

Judy Vogl , Pharmacy, Ferriday

Karl VagI , Pharmacy, Venice, Fla.

SIan Waldrop, Building Const, Amarillo, Tex. Carl Walker, Management. W. Monroe Frances Walker, Office Adm., Jena Greg Wallace, Industrial Mgmt. , Baton Rouge Carla Walters, Nursing, Evadale, Tex. Dani el Walters. Management, Crowville

Ken Wamsley, Management, FairpaK , Va.

Edd ie Ward, Law En f., MOnroe

Sue Ward, Nursing, Monroe

Edward Ware, Pharmacy, Natchez , Miss.

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Robert Warner, Management. W. Monroe Jack Washburne, Pharmacy, Delhi Hugh Webb, HIP.E., Crystal Springs, Miss. CarrOll Wells, Socjal Studies, Monroe Th omas Wesner, Building Canst.. New

Orleans Susan WIble, Speech, Monroe

Richard Wiggins. Building Const .. Shreveport Susan Wiley, Special Ed .. Monroe Darlene Wllhlle, Education, Downsville Henry Wilkins, Gen Business, Tallulah Edward Willefl , Psychology, Tallu lah Annette Williams, Office Adm., Oak Ridge

Judy Williams, Office Adm .. Ethel, La. Marilyn Williams, Bus. Adm., Oak Ridge Virginia Williams, Lib. Arts, Bastrop Arlie Williamson, General Business, Bastrop Georg e Williamson, Marketing, Pineville Shei la Williamson. Data Processing, Winns­ boro

Jerry Wilson, Social Studies. Troul linda Wilson, Insurance, Shreveport Mary Wilson, HIP'£' , New Orleans William Wilson, Law Enl., Bossier Cedric Windham, Management, Jena Nathan Winesberry, Social Studies, New Orleans

Rhonda Womack, Educatlon,Olla William Woodard, Pharmacy. Alexandria Roosevelt Wright, Lib. Arts, Monroe Jean Wyatt, HIP'£'. Jena John Wyat1 , Pharmacy, Paragould, Ark Robert Wyche, Law En/. , Bossier

Peter Wolfert . Law Enl., Faits Churc h. Va Richard Zuhck, Pharmacy, Monroe

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GRADUATES


Moses Alfaro, San Anlonio, Tex.

Claude Bail ey, Monroe

Michael 8 ell. Baslrop

Mary Bernard, New Orleans

Bruce Bond, Naneux, N.Y.

Kwok Ch an, Ho ng Kong

Fen-Fen Ch en, Tiaway Jiin Chern. Taiwan Kalheryn Crawford , W. Monroe Judy Dugan, MUSIC, Osborne, Kansas Larry Eason, Crinical Counseling, Mansfield Leroy Ennis. Baton Rouge

William Gaushell, Baton Rouge

Jacquelyn Gray, Psychology, Tallulah

Elizabeth Greenwood, Arnold, Missouri

Janice Harrington, WinnsbOro

Robert Hill . Monroe

Donna Hollis. Columbia

M e; Huang, Taiwan

Floyda Jones, Monroe

Sh ui-Hsi Kao , Taiwan

John Knesel , Ferrida y

J ames Kolb. Monroe

Chumpon Kuentag, Thailand

Prasert Kumanchan. Thailand

SUni l Kumbar. New Delhi, India

Vic tor ledger. Monroe

Che-Kong l ee. Hong Kong

Su-Plng lee, Hawaii

Vivhai l otrakul. Bankko

Sidney Martin. Swartz Thomas Mitchell , English. Monroe Shelby Morto n, Tallulah Jean Oldham, Pio neer Howard Sanderlin, Monroe Su bhasch andra Saxena, Bombay. India

James Singley. Monroe

Con nie Smith. Crossetl. Ark..

Mildred Swillie. Wisner

Charles Swindle, Perryville

Cynthie; Tripp, Monroe

J ames Tripp, Monroe

Janet Turner. Simmespo rt Ramaswamy Vi jaya , India Becky Vogl, Monroe Bruce Wheeler, PhYSICS, Marion John Zilmnn . New Orleans

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STUDENTS

A

B

Bernard, Stewart, 290

Bernhardt, John, 290

Berry , Annie , 312

Abin gton , Patricia, 289

Accardo, Sidney, 289

Aceves, Charles, 289

Acree. Martha. 289

Adams. Deborah . 289

Berteau. Jeff, 290

Backstro m, Lu cy , 312

Bertonaschi . Gene, 336

Bertrand, Byron, 31 2

Besser, Waynette , 190, 325

Betanski , Frank, 152, 155

Bewick, Bob, 158

Baggarly, Linda. 173. 336

Bailey. Jo Ann . 336

Baines, Claude, 336

Bairn sfather, Susan, 289

Baker, Gene, 289

Baker, Gloria, 325

Baker, James. 151

Bible. Bill, 325

Bible, Phillip, 162

Bice, Doug, 61 . 325

Adams, Marvin. 312

Baker, Keith, 148, 289

Baker. Mary, 336

Birdwell. Joe. 168, 290

Adams, Ty, 289

Adcock, Arthur, 289

Baker , Melvin. 289

Baker. Nadine, 289

Adcock, David, 312

Adcock, Jeanette, 312

Baker , Robert. 289

Ada ms, Elizabeth, 3 12

Adams, Frederick, 166

Adams, Jan , 325

Adam s. John l. . 336

Adams. John R.. 336

Billing s, Duane, 312

Bishop . Dianne , 290

Bishop. Elizabelh. 312

Bi shop, Jo, 336

Bi shop, Vebbie, 148. 290

Adcock , Larry. 165,312

Baldwin , Evonne, 289

Bales, James, 289

Ad cox , Steven, 325

Agent , CarOlyn, 325

Ball. Mary Jo, 289

Bamburg. Sally, 289

Bison, Charles , 290

Bison , Jennette, 165, 172,312

Bittick, Mary, 290

Agin . Pat. 205

Bankester. Charles, 164

Black, Lisa, 325

Akin, Barbara , 3 12

Akin, Jacky. 61

Akin, James , 289

Bann, Peggy. 289

Blac k, Vernon, 290

Bann 'lng , Mary, 289

Barbuto, Ri chard, 155

Barefi eld, Jerry, 336

Blackburn, Mary. 290

Blackman, Judy, 290

Albritton , Kalhy. 312

Albritton , Lajuana, 289

Alb ritton, Marie. 289

Albritton. Randy. 208, 336

Albritton, Reggie, 174, 175

Albus, Kathleen, 312

Alexander, Debbie. 336

Allord. Cynlhia. 289

Alford, Marion, 312

Allbritton. Glenn, 289

Allbr itton. Nelda, 336

Allen . Alex. 289

Allen. Dwight, 312

Allen, Linda , 147

Allen, Luster , 289

Allen, Lynn , 312

Allen . Martha. 336

Allen , Patricia , 312

All en , Roxanne. 289

Barelield, Kendall. 289

8areswill. Rebec ca. 289

Barham, Donna . 290

Barnes, Durwood , 290

Barnes. Joyce, 312

Barnes , Mary, 290

Barn es, Vicky. 171, 290

Barnett , Nancy, 312

Barr, Becky, 312

Barron. Kaye, 312

Barry, SIeve, 325

Barton, Gary, 290

Barton, Slephanie, 290

Basco , Roger, 290

Bass, Ivan, 290

Bassett , Wicklynne, 336

Bales, Marilyn, 312

Bales. Pal. t07, 170. 312

Allgood. Lu lher. 289

Baucum, Robert, 3 12

Allison, Richard, 289

Allman , Edwin , 336

Allred, Wanda , 312

Amaden, Joe, 336

Anders, Beberly, 312

Anderson , Allen , 289

Anderson, Deborah, 336

Anderson, Marsha, 156

Anderson , Smylie, 289

Anderson , Spencer, 289

Ande rson , Terry. 289

Ande rson , Theresa, 289

Baudin, Neil , 336

Baum, Rodger. 325

Bawn, Peggy. 290

Anding , Mike. t68 Andries. Diane, 289

Anglin , Bill. 289

Anthony, Chris . 141

Arant , Wilma, 312

Arceneaux , Cathey, 336

Archer. Burt , 168

Archer, Pam, 312

Archie, Bennie, 68

Ardan , Chan , 161

Ardoin. Frank, 148, 325

Armstrong , Blount , 325

Armstrong , Brenda, 289

Armst rong , Faye, 289

Armstrong , Jo Ann , 289

Arnold, Joellyn, 289

Arnold , Vivian, 289

Arnold , William, 336

Arnone, Sal, 336

Aronson, Joel, 336

Arpino, Tony, 155, 325

Arsaga, Russell. 336

Ashl ey, Bruce. 289

Asy, Melissa. 312

Aston. Roy. 289

Atkins, Tommy, 325

Atlaway, James, 289

Aucoin, Terry, 195, t96, 336

Auslin, David. 205. 325

386

Babb. Ronald, 289

Aymond , Neil , 312

Ayo. Karen , 312

Bayless, Simpson, 325

Bozer. Robbie, 336

Beach. Donna, 312

Beadle, Robe rt. 290

Beam, Samm ie, 173, 325

Beard. Lynn. 312

Beard. Phil. 168

Bearden. Donna, 312

Bearden . Steven, 290

Beasley, Colleen, 290

Beaugh, Cindy. 167. 325

Beck. Cindy. 325

Beckham. Nore, 290

Bec nel, Dale . 168

Becnel, David, 325

Beene. Jerry. 336

Belding. Brad, 290

Belgard , Diane, 290

Bell. Amanda, 290

Bell, Charles, 207

Bell, Gloria, 325

Bell, Landa, t 47. 325

Bell, Millon, 290

Bell, Patty. 312

Bell , Susan, 336

Bell. Willie, 312

Bellard. Mary, 165

Bencal, Ri chard. 336

Beninate, Paulette, 148

Benjamin, Bona. 173, 336

Benjamin , Michael, 168, 336

Benj ami n, Justus, 290

Bennett , Deborah, 312

Bennett , Kat herin e, 290

Bennell. Stephen. 312

Bennett, Susan , 290

Benton, Johnnie, 312

Benton, Melvin, 336

Berlin, Bel va, 312

Berli n, John, 290

Blackstock, Chri sta , 312

Blackwell, Charl es. 290

Blades, Madeleine, 336

Blair, Darrell . 325

Blakes, Betty, 290

Blan che. Jac k, 168

Blaney, James. 290

Blankenship, Bel sy, 312

Blansett, James, 208

Bl oodsaw. Vi via n, 325

Blunt , Verna, 290

Board, Kenneth. 290

Bobo, Leona, 167. 312

Boddie. Wesley. 325

Boies. Mary, 325

Bolt . Charles, 312

Bollon, Beryl , 312

Bonfig lio. Bonnie , 290

Bonfiglio. Frank, 312

Boni card , David, 107

Bonin. Dick, 162, 336

Bonomo, Debbie, 325

Bonsall , James, 290

Boone, Charlott e. 290

Booth, Thom as, 336

Boolhe, Julia. t 70. 325

Bordelon. Arlene, 336

Bostwick. Neal , 313

Bothwell. Vernon, 336

Bourgeois, Ronald, 336

Boudreaux. Paul, 313

Boughton. G rover, 313

Boulware. Gay, 166. 325

Bounds. Phil ip, 6 1

Bourg, Neysa. 290

Bourgeois, Debra, 290

Bowden, Kenneth, 325

Bowdon , Kirk, 313

Bowen . Gail, 290

Bowen, Jack, 336

Bowli ng, Dee, 336

Boyd. Helen, 290

Boyd. Janet. 290

Boyelt. Brenda, 313

Boyte, Mary. 336

Bozeman, Nancy, 166, 290

Braddock, Nieda, 336

Bradford , Camellie, 31 3

Bradley, Joann. 325

Brad ley, Jerrold. 208

Bradshaw, Judy. 291

Bragg , Debra , 313

Brakhage. Harold, 152

Braley. Kenneth. 336

Branch, Herbert, t62. 313

Brandt , Shirley, 325

Branham. Norlyn, 291

Branson. Tommy. 313

Brantley, Jimmy. 207, 336

Brantley. Karen, 29 1

Branton. Valerye, 313

Brasher. Mile. 172, 336

Breaux, Cherwyn, 336


Breaux, Cindy, 336

Breaux, Tommy, 313

Brendle, David, 336

de la Breton ne, Thomas, 203

Brewer, Ginger, 173, 325

Brewster, Charles, 291

Byrd, Pat, 147, 313

Byrd, Sandra, 291

Brewton, Mary, 167, 291

Brice, Sheryl. 313

Bridges, Henry, 337

Bridgwater, Susan, 175. 291

Briggs, Deborah, 291

Bright, Carolyn, 291

Bright, Reba, 313

Brill, Sheryl, 313

Bringol, Cheryl, 337

Bringo) , Judith, 313

Brinso n, Gary, 168

Britton , Jacqueline, 291

Brodnax, Gary, 291

Brogdon, Jack, 291

Brookreson, Toni, 337

Brooks. Jan, 291

Brooks, Judy, 313

Brooks, Karen, 337

Brooks , Kimberly, 291

Brooks, Richard, 155, 198, 337

Brou~sard , Edward , 337

Broussard, James, 291

Browder , Rodger. 337

Brown, Allen, 325

Brown. Cassandra , 325

Brown , Charmaine, 173. 325

Brown, Debbie. 325

Brown , Elnora, 325

Brown, Glenn , 168

Brown, Gwendolyn, 291

Brown , Jane, 162, 208

Brown. Jim, 68 . 337

Brown, Joe, 164, 325

Brown , Kenneth, 162

Brown , Linda , 337

Brown , Mary, 313

Brown, Paula, 291

Brown, Philip, 68

Brown, Shelia, 291

Brown, Vicky, 325

Brown, Wanda, 313, 325

Bruno , Curtis, 313

Brunson, Steven, 325

Bryan , Betty, 337

Bryan, Debra, 325

Bryan, Edwin, 313

Bryan, Kalhy, 313

Bryant, Belh, 148

Bryant, Keilh, 291

Buchanan , Judy, 291

Buck, Johnny, 291

Buffington, Willie, 337

Bull , Hohn, 188, 337

BulloCk, Gregg, 337

Bullock, Marilyn, 291

Burch, Michael, 337

Burgess , Dianne, 291

Burgess, Regina, 148

Burgess , Vickye, 337

Burgess, William, 337

Burk, De-De, 199, 325

Burke, Jacky, 313

Burkhal1er, Joe 291

Burley, Judy, 291

Burnaman, Becky, 291

Burnaman, Reginald , 291

Burnham, Dorie, 165, 313

Burns, Anne, 291

Burns, Chris, 63

Burn s, Hohnny, 203

Burn s, Robert, 337

Burre", Larry, 203, 313

Burrell, Roy, 325

Burrell, Shirley, 313

Burroughs, Frank, 337

Burroughs, Julie, 325

Busby, Carol, 291

Butcher, Janet, 313

Buller, Clyde, 337

Butler, George, 291

Butler, Malcolm, 291

Butler, Ronald, 291

Butler, Vergie, 147

Butts, Alfred, 337

Byers, Peggy, 204

Cadenhead , Thomas, 291

Cain, Danny, 325

c Cain. Grady, 291

Cai n, John, 337

Caldwell, Alice, 173, 337

Caldwell, Doug, 146

Caldwell, Gay, 313

Caldwell, John, 152

Caldwell, J. B., 162

Calhoun, Beckie, 291

Calhoun, Jacklyn. 337

Calhoun, Linda, 325

Calhoun, Shelia, 291

Calloway , Anita, 291

Calloway, Terry. 313

Calton, Donna, 204, 337

Cambre, Joseph, 337

Campbell , George, 325

Campbell, Gretchen, 291

Cancienne, Camille, 207 , 337

Cangelosi. Joseph, 337

Cann , Rosie, 337

Cannon, Carol , 337

Cannon, Kay, 173, 337

Canterbury. Michelle, 391

Canterbury, Trish , 313

Cantrell, Thonda , 291

Capaldi, Donna, 291

Capdau, Marla, 291

Caples, Joyce, 313

Cappello, Angela, 326

Cappello, Marc, 313 Caraway , Cynthia, 291

Cardella, Joe, 291

Carol, Butch, 158

Carpenter. Christy. 291

Carpenter, James, 337

Carpenter, Judy, 325

Carpenter. Kaye , 337

Carr , James. 291

Carr, Steve, 313

Carrier. Beverly, 291

Carrington, Bruce , 313

Carroll, Lanette, 326

Carroll, Oliver, 152, 337

Carson , Judith , 292

Carter, Barbara , 313

Carter, Billy, 203, 313

Carter, James, 172, 325

Carter, Janice, 337

Carter, Joyce. 313

Carter, Tommy, 72

Carter. Vickie, 292

Cartwright, Finley, 141, 337

Caruthers, Teresa , 292

Cassell. Deleste, 326

Castillow. Denise, 326

Cerda, Jim, 68

Chambless, Ellis, 337

Chambless, Ricky , 292

Chan, Hing Wai, 616, 292

Chan, Kwok Ching. 161

Chan, Lai Chun , 337

Chan, Ngan Woo, 289

Chandier, Bobby, 292

Chandler, Judy, 292

Chang, Siu Pui, 313

Chapman, Arden, 292

Chapman, Billy, 3 13

Chapman, Deborah, 337

Chapman, Diane, 205, 292

Chapman, Judy, 205

Chapman, Joel, 326

Chapman, Monte, 325

Chapman, Nancy, 292

Chapman. Terri , 292

Chappell, James, 326

Chase, Deborah, 292

Chatelain, Sharon, 326

Chatham, Sharon, 326

Cheek, Dale, 166, 326

Cheek, MalCOlm, 158, 313

Chen, Ruey Yuh, 158, 292

Chen, Wai Lok, 161 , 292

Cherry, Chris, 155

Cherry, Jeane, 162

Chesteen, Diane, 107, 313

Cheung, Shek-Kay, 313

Chevalier, Robbie, 337

Chiasson, Katie, 313

Chiasson , Lawrence, 337

Childers, John, 326

Childers, Suzanne, 326

Childress, Peter, 326

Chiocchi, Paula, 292

Chisholm, David, 229

Chisholm, Linda , 292

Chocklin, Rena, 313

Christian, Carol. 165, 292

Christian. Jimmy, 326

Christian, Kathryn , 292

Christman , Debbie, 170, 313

Cicero, John, 164, 337

Cisneros, Bob, 337

Clack, Carey, 162

Clack, Julia, 292

Clark, Linda, 190, 292

Clark , Margaret. 292

Clark, Pearl, 292

Clarke, Alan , 203

Clausen, Bill, 155, 313

Clay , Freddie, 292

Clay, Susie, 326

Clifton, Lillie, 337

Cloninger, Eileen, 166. 313

Cloninger, Ruth , 166

Cloutier , Frank , 162, 326

Cloutier, Nora, 326

Cochran, Susan. 339

Cockerham , Lynn, 326

Cockreel , Linda, 165

Cockran. Suzanne, 326

Coe, Vickie, 292

Coker, Cathy, 292

Cole, Adrienne, 338

Cole , Gretchen, 314

Cole, Susan , 292

Coleman, Deborah , 314

Coleman, Edward, 326

Coleman, Jerry, 338

Coleman , John, 292

Coleman, Mike, 335

Coleman, John , 292

Coleman, Vivian, 338

Collins, LiciHe, 292

Collins. Dan , 164

COllins. Debra, 292

Collins, Randy, 292

Collura, Joe, 338

Colvard, Carolyn . 171, 292

Colvin, Cathy, 31 4

Colvin, Jay, 292

Colvin, Mike, 208, 292

Colvin, Bill , 168

Comeaux, Kermit , 292

Comeaux, Nanette, 326

Conley, Becky, 314

Conrad, Cynthia. 292

Conroy, Terry, 314

Cook, Cindy, 314

Cook, David, 326

Cook, David, 162

Cook, Debbie, 292

Cook, Dianne, 326

D

Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis,

Emma, 314

Frank. 293

Gloria, 338

Jacqueline, 293

James, 314

Davis, Joey, 168

Davis, Karl, 314

Davis, Marie, 338

Davis. Marilyn, 293

Davis , Maxine, 293

Davi s, Nancy, 326

Davis, Randall , 293

Davison, Glen, 158

Day, Bema, 314

Day, cynlhia, 338

Day, David, 314

Day, Debbie, 326

Day, Stanley, 293

387


Day, Linda, 338

Dayton , Dianna . 314

De Ville , Janet. 326

Deal , Edward, 326

Deal , Sandra, 171 , 314

Dean , Barbara, 293

Dean, David, 293

Dean , Jimmy, 61

Dean, Polly, 293

Dearman, Phyllis, 293

Debarbieris. Don, 326

Deblieux , Cindy, 148, 293

Decker, Dana, 293

Decker. James. 162, 338

Defee, Judy. 142, 156. 327

Dejong, Keith. 63

Oelabretonne, Thomas, 338

Delancy, Gwendolyn, 293

Deland, Debbie, 293

Delcambre, Patrice, 327

Deloach , David, 155

Deloach, Delores. 293

Deloach, Tommy. 314

Duhon, Dumas , Dumas , Dum as,

Dwayne. 327

Benny . 294

Jann, 327

Ri chard , 338

Dumas . Sharon , 327

Dunbar, Theresa , 294

Duncan , Barbara , 31 5

Duncan . Sara. 338

Dunn, Ammie, 294

Dunn, Kenneth , 294

Dunn, Meliodie, 294

Dunn, Richard , 294

Dunn, Seburn, 294

Dunn , Willie Mae. 327

Dunnings. Sharon, 338

Dupree, John, 338

Dupree, Martha, 315

Diedrich, Beth, 206, 338

Dillahunty, Nancy. 314

Dillon, Peggy. 327

E

Easker . Janice, 327

Eason, Larry, 140, 147

Easte, David , 294

Eaves, Dewey, 339

Ebarb, Susan, 167, 327

ECkard, Linda, 327

Edmonds, Sylvia , 156, 315

Edwards, Emma , 294

Edwards , Marian. 327

Eickholt , Theodore, 155

Oomengeaux , David , 327

Domi ngues, Ted , 314

Domingues, William, 327

Donahoe. Gordon , 314

Donahue . Deborah , 314

Donald , Marilyn , 327

Dopson, Jay, 327

Dopson , Margery, 338

Doran, Debby, 293

Dorman , Wes, 162, 314

Dorsey, Bessie, 164, 338

Dosher, Dennis, 314

Dosher, Donna . 172

Dosher, Mary. 174

Dotson, Gordon, 314

Doucet, Ricky , 338

Doucet. James, 327

Doucet, Randall, 293

Doughty, Kathryn , 327

Douglas, Kris , 167, 314

Douglass, Sarah, 327, 173

Dowden, Jerry, 315

Dowden, Susan, 338

Dowdy, Thomas, 338

Downey, Ernest, 164, 338

Drake, Gregg, 327

Orake. Maria, 315

Draper , Karen, 338

Draper, Krist. 141

Driskill, Terry, 172, 294

Driver, Robert, 315

Dronet, Keith, 338

Drumgole, Faye, 294

Duchesne, Cathy, 294

Ehrlinspiel, Michael, 315

Ekle , Bonnie, 315

Elbert , Alan , 294

Eley, Hugh, 339

Elledge, Eftylea, 327

Ellen, Scott, 294

Ellerbe, Judi , 138. 139, 339

Ellio", Pamela, 3 15

Ellingburg, Sarah, 327

Ellis, Cathy, 327

Elli s, Patricia, 315

Elrod, Peggy, 315

Elrod, Rodney, 294

Elston, Clark, 327

Elzy. Diannia , 294

Emmons , Dena . 294

Emmons, Jennifer, 315

Emory, Edwin, 294

Endsley, Mike, 294

Enlow, Malcolm, 339

Ensminger, Bobby, 162

Ensminger, Reginald, 339

Epes, Vicki , 327

Ernest, Robert , 294

Ernst , Frank . 339

Ervine , John , 151.315

Estep, Ch arles , 166

Etier. Frank, 327

Eubanks , Kenneth , 294

Eubanks, Susan, 315

Evangelista, l ewis, 327

Evans, Carl, 294

Evans. Edward, 339

Evans. Kathleen, 339

Evans , lisa , 294

Evans , Pearline, 294

Evans, Ralph, 172

Evans, Ricky, 315

Evans , Susan , 315

Ezell, Patricia, 294

Fincher , Charlotta, 167, 315

Fincher. Jenny Sue. 294

Finklea , Pamela . 315

Finley , Marleen. 171 , 315

Firmin. Glenda , 294

Firmin. Marlene, 173, 339

Fisher, Francis, 294

Fisher, George, 162, 327

Fi sher , Johnny, 315

Flanagan. Becky, 167, 294

Fletcher, Melvin , 294

Fletcher, William, 295

Flory, Brenda, 339

Fly, Nancy, t42, 315

Flynn, Charles, 295

Flynn, Jim, 162

Flynn, Mary, 31 5

Flynn, Lynell, 167, 171

Fok, Vau Wai , 161 , 295

Foley. Robert , 339

Folks, Gary, 168, 339

Folmar, Susan , 295

Fontenot, Carl, 339

Fontenot , Herman, 315

Fontenot, Jeffery, 339

Fontenot , Myra , 295

Fontenot, Randall , 295

Ford, Danny, 164 , 339

Ford . Janet, 141

Fordham, Jimmy, 295

Fordham, Wendell , 174, 175

Foshee, David, 295

Foster, Annie. 327

Foster, Eugenia, 295

Foster, Jan, 315

Foster, John, 155, 339

Foster. lavenia, 315

Foster, Mark , 61

Foster, Mary, 163

Foster. Mi chael , 315

Foster, Myra, 315

Foster, Phyllis , 156

Foster, Thomas , 295

Foster, Timothy, 140, 295

Foster, William. 158

FOSler, William R. . 158

Fournel , Patricia, 295

Fowler, Anita, 167, 315

Fowler. WiJliam, 339

Foy, Cathy, 295

Franklin, Carol. 327

Franklin, Janell, 295

Franklin, Mi chell e, 315

Franlin , William , 156

Franks, Watson, 295

F

Duchesne. Deborah , 294

Ducote. Donny, 148

Ducole, linda, 327

388

Finch, Robert , 203, 327

Fink, Stanley, 203

Eal y, Linda, 315

Dobard , Barbara, 314

Doheny, Janet, 293

Doise, Dana, 314

Domigues, Ted, 155, 338

Fergu son , Keith, 294

Ferguson, Mary, 339

Ferriss, Jacquelyn. 294

Festavan, Yvonne , 294

Files, Carolyn . 315

Finch, Marshall , 294

Dykes, Curtis, 155, 338

Egnor, Carol, 294

Doland , Dianne, 293

Fellers, Paul , 61

Ferguson, Gary, 162, 327

Ferris, Ralph , 162, 327

Dinger, Edward , 314

Dinger, Linda, 293

Doles, Debbie, 206

Doles, Glenda, 327

Dollar, Pamela, 293

Fell, Glenn, t75

Dwyer. Alicia. 294

Denny , Ronnie, 327

Denson . Joe. 162 20R

Dew, Charolette, 165

Dickerson, Dicky. 327

Feaugua, Marlene, 294

Fei nberg. Dorothy, 294

Duval. Billy, 315

Denning. Earl . 338

Desoto, Lynn, 338

Destefano, George. 293

Devine. Beverly, 314 , 171

Fashho, Karim , 161 , 327

Faught , Dana, 339

Favalora, Larry 162, 339

Ferguson, Lois, 173

Ferguson , Nona, 294

Fergu son , Randall , 294

Ferri s, Alice , 339

Denning, Kay, 338

Denlon , Michael , 293

Farmer , Katharine . 327

Farmer, Shelda , 294

Farr, DouQlass. 72

Farris . Bo, 168

Durbin , Janice. 327

Durden , Kenneth , 315

Durrett , Virginia, 338

Demoss. Janet. 293

Denton, Dan , 158, 293

Fant, Lynn. 315

Farish, Mike, 327

Frantom , Karen , 315

Fraychinaud , Diane, 295

Frazier, Karen, 295

Ducote, William. 294

Duell , Miri am, 204

Dufour, Diane, 315

Faciane, Denise. 3 15

Fread, Sandy, 295

Fair, Denise. 294

F rederick. Terry, 339

Frederickson , Richard, 295

Dutrene, Kenneth, 338

Dufrene. Th omas, 327

Duggins, Susan, 171, 294

Fairley, Deanne, 327, 165

Dalcone. Wayne 140, 168, 339

Faler, James, 339

Fairbanks. Johnson, 339

Freeland, John, 339

Freeman , David, 295

Freeman, Teresa , 295


Freeman, Judy, 295

Frenc h, Michael. 162, 339

French , Margie, 315

Fridge, Ann, 295

Fried , Phi lli p , 152

Friemel , Charles, 327

Glorioso, Patricia, 295

Glover, Melodie, 316

Guillory, Stan, 340

Goeders, Pete, 340

Goert z. Michael , t 63, 295

Goleman, Martile, 295

Goode, Paul, 295

Goode, Sharon. 295

Guillol, Ann , 328

Guillory, Will is, 340

Guillot. Stephan ie, 3 16

Guillot , Susan, 296

Guill ote, Mary, 296

Fri emel, Ch eryl, 315

Fri tz, James, 152, 339

Fritz, John, 339

Fritz , Manuela , 339

Goodwin, Deborah , 328

Goodwin. Richard, 295

Gu nn, Lawanna, 340

Gunter, Janet , 165

Gunter, Melisse, 296

Gordon, Doug, 328

Gurley, Colleen, 173, 207, 340

Frost, Dixie, 327

Gordon, Fred . 68

Fryday, Brian, 339

Gordy. Donald, 340

Gore, Johnny, 328

Gusko, William , 296

Guthrie, Rita, 316

Frye. Dawn, 327

Fuger, Larry , 339

Fuglaar, Kal hrine, 339

Ful co, David, 339

Fuller, Danny, 339

Fuller, Patric ia . 315

Fullon, Dan, 339

Fulp er, Laura, 171, 205.327

Fundis, Willi am, 339

Furlough, Andy, 315

Fulayyeh , Sabah , 339

Futch. Karen, 295

Futch. Marian ne, 156, 339

Gorsage, Betty, 340

Gorsage, Micky. 158, 340

Gory. Nanc ie, 340

Gosch , Patricia, 316

Goosein, Alain, 166

Goosein, Aline. 340

Goudig, Dale, 295

Gou ld, Laura, 316

Gourgu es , Shannon, 295

Gel/ang, Fran , 199

Govang , Nancy, 328, 204

Gow, Gwen , 328

Gowan, Gary, 295

G

Gabriel, Chris, 327

Gad dis, Carla , 165, 327

Gage, Roger, 339

Gaharan, Donald, 295

Gai nes, Peggy, 328

Galasso, Gary, 151, 152, 339

Galberth, Lo retta, 295

Galland, Tom, 207

Galloway, Helen. 315

Ganey. Tanya, 170,315 Gannaway, Judith, 339

Garay, Jose, 328

Gardner. Dav id, 315

Gardner, Susa n, 328

Garner, Rita , 315

Garrett, John. 295

Garrett , Judy, 339

Garrie, Robert , 295

Garris , Jerri, 339

Gaske, Gwen, 3 I 5

Gassenberger , Earl. 339

Gaston , Donna, 295

Gaumnltz , Cathy, 3 15

Ga uthi er, Barbara. 167, 328

Gauthi er, Byron , 328

Gauthier, Hilda. 295

Gay, William, 315

Gaylor, CarOl, 295

Gebhardl, Calh , 170

Gee, Don, 295

Gee, Peggy, 339

George, Gayle, 328

George, Rebecca, 328

Gianforte , James, 315

Gibson. Harry, 339

Gibson, Henry, 328

Gilbert , Marcia, 295

Gilbert , RObert , 295

Gilbert , Sally, 340

Gilbert , Walter, 328

Gilbert , Wanda, 165

Gill, Beverly, 340, 156

Gilland, Kalhy, 316

Gilliam. Bel sy, 328

Gilliland, Mary, 295

Guy, Rod , 296

Gorman, Thomas, 203, 340

Graham, Gwinartic. 3 16

Grant . Christine, 295

Gra nt , Francis, 296

Grantham, Terr i, 166. 328

Grappe, Charlotte, 296

Graugnard, Joyce, 328

Graves, Cy nthia, 296

Graves , Ladonna, 174. 175

Graves , Meli ssa, 174, 175

Graves, Patty, 296

Gray, Doris, 316

Gray, James, 328

Gray, Pamela, 296

Gray, Robert , 296

Gray, Slephen. 296

Gray, Thomas, 328

Grayson, Jerry, 296

Green . Audrey , 340

Green, FranCiS, 340

Green, Ginger, 296

Green, Green, Green, Green , Green , Green ,

Patr icia, 340

Paula, 328

Roger, 296

Sandy. 3 16

Teresa, 340

Terri. 205

Green, Timothy, 340

Green , Vicki , 175

Greene, Kerry, 296

Greenlee , Ed . 72

Greenlee , Jim , 164

Greenwood, Beth , 166

Greer, Linda. 328

Greer , Nancy, 316

Greer. Sammie, 328

Gregg, Lorraine, 316

Gregg, Ri ck, 203, 340

Grego rio, Rosetta, 316

Gregory, Bobbie, 340

Greg ory, Georgia, 296

Greg ory, Juan, 328

Gremillion , Debbie, 316

Grimes. Patricia, 296

Griese . Herman, 328

Griffin , Carolyn, 296

Griggs, Ph illip, 296

Grimes, Gail, 316

Grisoli , Min i, 296

H

Haddox, Charles, 198

Haddox, Marg aret, 3 t 6

Haddox. William, 328

Hale, Carolyn, 340

Hal e, Timothy, 3 16

Haley, Archie , 328

Hall , Booker. 196, 197, 199

Hall , Kerney, 296

Hall , Francis, 173, 340

Hall , Jean, 316

Hall . Joseph, 340

Hall , Nigel, 165, 296

Hall , Pike, 296

Hall , Raymond, 296

Hall ak, Ishag. 161 . 328

Hall. Ruby, 296

Halley, Ann . 200, 340

Haller, Donald, 164

Ham, Altheia, 328

Hamby, Debra, 326

Hamilton , Daria, 340

Hamilton, Joe, 340

Hamm , Robert . 296

Hammett, Donald, 328

Hammett , Donna , 328

Hammett. Ronald, 328

Hammonds, PalSY, 107, 326

Hammons, Hammons, Hammons, Hammons, Hammons.

Francis. 328

Joan , 296

John , 138, 340

Lou , 148, 328

Sue , 296

Hanks, Rand , 154, 168,340 Hanna, Billy, 61

Hanna, Deborah , 296

Hanson , Bill , 340

Harbuck, Francis, 206

Harden, Clara, 204. 316

Hardey, Lynn, 316

Hardy, Beverly, 328

Hardy, Linda. 170, 340

Harkins, Kathy, 156, 296

Harkness, William, 340

Har mon, Cynthia, 3 16

Harner, Debra, 296

Harp, Cecil, 340

Harper, Paul , 296

Harper, James, 152

Harper, Kennith , 340

Harrell, Donna, 173, 207, 340

Harrell, Janice, 296

Harrell, Leo, 296

Harrell , Linda, 296

Harrell , Regina , 340

Harris, Debra , 296. 328

Harris, Donna, 3 16

Harris, Glenda, 328

Harr is, Lawrence, 296

Gillpalrick, Delores, 340

Gilmore, Jerry. 3 16

Groff, Dorolhy, 296

Harris, Dla Bell, 340

Grosec lose, BOb. 76

Gilmore. Phylli s, 205, 340

Gras, Dennis, 198, 340

Harriso n, Peter . 163

Harrison , Bruce, 3 16

Hart . Kennith, 341

Hart , Mark, 68

Hart , Michae l, 296

Gilmore, Rita, 3 16

G iltn er. Willi am, 328

Ginn, Paul, 340

Gipson, CarO lyn, 316

Gipson, Diann, 316

Gipson, Ledell, 340

Givens, Margie, 295

Gladden, Susan, 295

Gladney, Pal, 68

Gross. Steve . 68

Grover, Patri cia, 316

Groves , Gary, 296

Grubb , Cynlhia, 173, 340

Grubb, Th omas , 296

Guardina, Pamela, 296

Guarisco, Angela , 328

Guedry, John, 168, 340

Glaser , Juliann. 76.316

Guicha rd . Darek, 316

Guidry, Marvin , 296

Glasgow, Hugh, 316

Glaze, Glenda, 316

Glezen, Sharon, 295

Guidry, Russell, 340

Guillory, Beckie, 266

Guillory, Linda, 172, 328

Hart, Susan, 171, 296

Hartman, Patti , 328

Harts, Terry, 316

Harville. Caro lyn, 341

Haslauer, Maxine, 341

Hasten, Mi chael, 328

Hatcher, Larice, 3 16

Hatfield, Keith, 168, 34 1

Hathorn, Ray. 341

Hatten, Deborah, 341

389


390

Hattin, Rosalyn. 296

Hawkins, Mary, 156, 203, 341

Hawkins, Patricia. 328

Hawthorne, Bradley, 297

Hawthorne, Joy, 173, 205, 207, 341

Hayden, Thomas. 328

Haye , Teressa , 316

Hayes, Debra . 316, 341

Hayes, Florencelta 297

Hayes, James, 297'

Haygood, Deborah, 297

Haynes. Alice, 341

Haynes. Libby, 297

Haynes, Gayle, 174, 175

Haynes, Kathleen , 31 6

Haynes, Shirley, 341

Hays, James, 328

Hays, Terry , 341

Hayward, Karen , 316

Heard. Hillary, 316

Heard, James, 341

Hearne, Marty, 203, 297

Hearne, Phillip. 297

Hearnesberger, Ronald, 329

Healh, Roy . 329

Hebert, Barbara. 341

Hebert , Dianna. 329

Hebert, Jeanne, 297

Hebert, Vivian, 206, 329

Hedrick. Steven, 297

McQullar, Hegwood, 341

Heins, Leslie, 297

Helgason, Sandy, 297

Hemphill , Rhoda . 297

Henderson . Abraham, 316

Henderson, Connie, 167,297

Henderson, Dinah , 341

Henderson, Lena, 329

Henderson, Li nda, 341

Henderso n, Lionel! , 316

Henders on, Marjorie. 316

Henderson, Raye. 297

Henderson, Sophie, 297

Hendricks, Allen , 329

Hendricks. Rick, 297

Hendrick. Marsalle, 175

Henne, Rhoda, 297

Henry, Bill, 316

Henry, Phillip, 341

Hensley, Belly, 341

Henson, Mary. 297

Herchenhahn, Marilyn, 170

Herlevic, Teresa, 328

Hermann. Deborah, 172, 316

Hermann. Scotty, 316

Hermes, Vicki, 166, 297

Hernandez, Israel, 329

Hernandez, Jacqueline, 167, 329

Hernendez, James. 341

Hernendez, Elaine, 297

Hernandez. Vicki . 297

Herren, Jeffery, 297

Herring, Debbie, 297

Herring, Margaret, 297

Herring. Mary, 297

Herrington, Donald, 297

Hester, Colleen. 341

Hibbard, Roxznne, 297

Hice, Kathleen . 31 6

Hickman, Judy, 297

Hickman, Mary, 316

Hicks, Deborah, 329

Higginbotham, Barbara, 191

Higginbotham, Rodney, 329

Hightower, Dennis, 329

Hightower, Fred, 297

Hilburn, Annette, 165, 317

Hildenbrand, John, 168

Hilker, Howard, 317

Hilker, Teresa, 297

Hill , Carolyn, 297

Hill, June, 329

Hill , Jocelyn. 341

HIli, Lewis, 297

Hill, Rhonda , 297

Hiller, Janet, 171 , 297

Hillman, Harry, 317

Hillman, Randy, 162

Hilton, Jessie 341

Hinckley, Su;an, 297

Hindmon, William, 341

Hines. Preston, 341

Hines, Thomas, 297

Hinton, Carolyn , 167, 329

Hinton, Kathy. 329

Hitt. Ricky, 297

Hixon, Barbara, 317

Ho, Joseph , 162

Hobbs. Marion, 297

Hodge, Jerry, 297

Hodgkin s, Charles, 341

Hodgkins, Vic ki , 341

Hoffpauir, Johnny, 329

Holbrook, Pauline, 317

Holden, Carolyn , 297

Holeyfield, Michael , 204. 317

Holland, Frank, 168, 341

Holland, Jimmy, 297

Holland, VickIe, 173 , 341

Holleman, Deborah 297

Holley, Don , 297 '

Holliday, Mary , 31 7

Hollier, Bobby, 341

Hollier. Michael, 317

Hollingsworth, Ann, 297

Holli s. James, 341

Holloway, Bette, 341

Holloway, Gail. 297

Holmes, Martha , 173, 341

Holstead, Robin , 3 17

Holt, Mary, 297

Holt, Patrick. 317

Honeycutt. Kenneth , 297

Honeycutt. William, 329

Hood, Lonnie, 162

Hooker, Barbara, 317

Hooker, linda, 341

Hooper, Robert, 341

Hopkins, Maribelle, 341

Horn, Cynthia, 297

Hornesby. Debra, 329

Hote. Darryl, 207, 341

Hounsell , Liz, 329

Hovarter, Shirley, 329

Howard, Ca mille, 317

Howard, Frank, 341

Howard, Steph en, 203, 341

Howerton, Marquerite. 341

Howie. Ann, 329

Hoyt, Don, 341

Hubbard, Kathryn, 317

Hudgings, Carole, 341

Hudnall, Judy, 165

Hudson, Jan, 317

Hudson, Richard , 317

Hudspeth. Thomas, 155, 207, 341

Huff. Ronnie , 317

Huff, Tommy , 61

Huffman. James, 341

Hughes, Jan, 329

Hughes, Rusty, 329

Hughes, Terry, 317

Humble, Joe, 329

Humphrey, Gra ce, 329

Humphery, Wallace, 329

Humphries, Lydell , 317

Humphries, Sherrie, 317

Hunter, John, 162, 168, 208

Hunter, John, 341

Hurley, Derris, 168

Hurst, William, 329

Hutchins, John, 164, 329

Hutchins, Steve, t 71 , 205, 329

Hutchinson, Lizabeth , 163

Hutson, Brenda, 317

Hude, Diana, 329

Hyde, Leotis, 317

Idiong, Benjamin 161. 317

Inman, Frank, 168, 207, 341

lnzina, Kay, 341

Irby, Susan, 329

Ivey, Paul, 341

Isbell , Donna, 298

Isbell, Janet. 167

Isca. Andrew, 203

Ivy, Gary, 158

J Jackson , Donna, 329

Jackson, Dorolhy, 298

Jackson, Glinda, 298

Jackson, Gl oria, 298

Jackson, Joan, 342

Jackson, Judy, 298

Jac kson, Karen , 329

JaC kson, Pat, 317

Jackson, Rosie, 298

Jackson, Stephanie, 298

Jackson, Steve, 298

Jackson, Thomas, 298

James, Cathe, 329

James. Janice, 298

James, Ruby, 317

James, Ruby, 317

Jean , Ruby, 317

Jean , Linda , 329, 172

Jefferson, Daisy, 298

Jefferson, Lila, 317

Jenkins, Ella, 298

Jenkins, Herman, 298

Jenkins, Mark, 329

Jenkins, Elaine, 317. 164

Jenkins, Shirley, 298

Jenkins, Sion, 298

Jenkins, William, 298

Jenkins, Kalhy, 298

Jernigan, Michael, 298

Jobe, Janet, 298

Joffrion, Bennett, 298

Johnson, Andrew, 298

Johnson, Ann , 342

Johnson, Anthony, 298

Johnson. Barbara, 298

Johnson, Charlotte, 298

Johnson, Cheryl , 317

Johnson, David, 164

Johnson, Deborah. 298

Johnson, Gene, 298

Johnson, Gwendolyn, 317

Johnson, Janis, 298

Johnson, John, 342

Johnson , John c., 317

Johnson. John R., 298

Johnson, Josh, 329

Johnson, Judy, 317, 171

Johnson, Ken, 342

Johnson, L. D. , 162

Johnson, Leroy, 298

John son, Linda, 329

Johnson, Lydia, 342

Johnson , Martha, 298

Johnson, Mary, 298

Johnson, Jary Jo, 329

Johnson, Mitchell 298

Johnson, Monica.' 298

Johnson, Myrtle, 317

Johnson, Rosie, 342

Johnson, Tommy, 342

Johnston , Donald, 317

Johnston, Jamie, 329

Johnston, Michael, 174, 175

Johnston, Pat, 298

Joiner, George, 342

JOiner, Patricia, 329

Joiner, Keith, 342

Jones. Candy, 317

Jones, Catherine

Jones, Debo rah , 298

Jones, Delilah, 342

Jones, Denni s, 317

Jones, Douglas, 342

Jones. Emma, 299

Jones, Floyda, 350

Jones , Genevia, 342

Jones, Glynn, 299

Jones, Janice, 3 17, 204

Jones, Jerry, 342, 175, 207

Jones, John, 299

Jones, Marcus, 299

Jones, Marilyn, 299

Jones, Peggy, 174 , 175

Jones, Sharon, 299

Jones, Susan, 317

Jones, Terry, 317

Jopling, Betty, 317

Jordan, Kathryn , 342


Jordan, Vicki , 317

Jowers, Ben, 317

Jowers, Russell , 329

Joy, Jack, 299

Jue, Margaret, 317

K

Kao, Shui-Hsi , 50

Keahey, Robert, 329

Keeler, John , 299

Keith . Sharon, 107

Keller . Ann, 299

Keller. John, 329, 172

Keller, Tom, 342

Kelley, Julia, 299

Kelsoe, Jackie, 329, 148

Kemp , Allen , 317

Kemp, Bernice, 342. 166

Kemp. Debra, 299

Kemp, Ronald, 342

Kendrick, Sarah. 299

Kennedy. Marilyn, 299

Kennedy. Mark, 342

Kennedy, Robert , 3 t 7

Kenney, James. 342

Kern, Jan, 329

Kern , Susan, 299

Kester. Mary, 342

Kethley , Paul, 329

Key, Jerry, 329

Keys. Jefferia, 299

Kilcoyne, Mari an, 299, 171

Killcrease. Charlotte, 299

Killingsworth , Gary, 299

Kilpatrick, Sally, 342

Kilpatrick, Stephen, 299

Kimball , Carol, 342, 207

Kimball . James, 330

Kincaid, Carol. 162, 299

King , David , 1. , 342

King, David, 163

King , Gloria Dean, 299

King , Gloria, E.. 299

King, Harold, 299

King, Linda. 318

King, Peggy, 330

King, Rita, 330

Kinnaird, William, 299

Kirby , David, 342. 205

Kirby, Keith, 342. 204

Kirchem , Edgar. 342

Kirk ham, Constance. 299

Kirkland, Susan, 318

Kirtland, Robert , 299

Kizer, Lynda, 299

Klein, Eddie, 342, 168

Klump, Presion, 342

Knesel, John, 350

Knichel, Raymond, 342

Knight , Jimmie, 342

Knight, Karen , 342. 149

Knight. Rusty, 330

Knights, Sarah , 206

Knoules, Deborah. 299

Koder, Darice, 318

Kolb , James, 350

Koncinsky, Janet. 342, 205, 146

Koo . Kwok Hun, 342. 105

Kothmann, Charlie, 318

Kullman. Mike, 318, 168

Kumanchan , Prasert , 350

Ku , Albert, 330

Kwong, Wai Kin , 299

Kyzar, James, 318

L

Labbe, Judy, 318

Lafield, Faerie, 330

Lafleur, Gene, 342

Lafleur, Jacqueline, 318, 163

Laionl, Daniel , 299

Laguardia. Louis, 318

Lai , Sui-Kwan, 299

Laird , Gail. 318

Laird, John, 163

Lan , Kuen Kwong, 161

Lambert , James, 299

Lancaster, James, 342

Lanclos, Dianne , 318

Lanclos, Pat, 330

Landrum, Todd, 330, 146, t55

Landry, Jack, 299

Landry, Janis, 330, 173

Landry, Roger Dale, 68

Landry, Stephen, 299

Lane, Gay Nell. 299

Langley, Debra, 171

Langley , Anelizue. 299

Langley, William, 299

Lantier , Suzette , 318

Lantz, Marilyn, 299

Larrieu. Cheryl, 299

Larson, Melissa, 299

Laster, Bobby, 330

Las1 owsky. Eileen , 330

Lasuzzo . Skeeter, 163

Lasuzzo, Susan , 206

Lasuzzo, Michael, 299

Lattler . Donna. 299

Laughlin, Karen , 165

Laugh lin, Michael, 299

Lavo, Susan , 318

Lawrence, Donna. 165

Lawren ce , Richard, 342

Lawrence , Susan, 299

Law, Phillip, 161

Laws, Pat. 330

Laws, Catherine , 342

Leach, Marilyn , 300

Leake, Buddy, 342

Leblanc, Cynthia, 300

Leblue. Tom, 330

Leboef, Michael, 300

Lebreton, linda, 342, 154

Lebrun, Gloria, 342

Lebrun , Kathryn , 318

Lecompte. San dra, 330

Lecoq, David, 318

Ledet, Debby, 342

Ledger, Victor. 342, 350

Ledl ow, Lewis, 342

Ledouz, Joy, 300

Lee, Alan , 300

Lee. Anita , 300

Lee, Che-Kong, 161. 350

Lee, David, 300

Lee, Kay, 330

Lee, Eugene, 300

Lee. Eugenia, 318

Lee, Gloria , 300

Lee, Janise, 300

Lee, Mary, 318

Lee, Mary, 300

Lee, Rebecca, 342

Lee, Su-Ping. 350

Lee. Wanda , 330

Lee, Wendy , 161

Lee, William, 300, 140

Leek. Linda, 342, 154, 173

Leggett, James, 300

Leggitt , James, 330

Leggitt , Keith , 330

Lehmann , Gustave, 318

Leigh, Peggy, 3t8, t71 Leigh, Van, 300

Leistner, Lowell . 63

Leleux, Ed , 68

Leleux , Tommy , 155

Lemoine, Nan cy. 300

Lenard , Armand , 300

Lenard, Dixie. 318

Lenard, Michael. 300

Lenzly, carolyn, 300

Leon. Steven, 300

Leonard. Carolyn, 342

Leopard, John. 300

Leshe , William , 330

Leung, Angela , 161 ,300 Lewis, Devon, 342

Lewis, Elizabeth, 300

Lewis, Gwen dolyn, 342

Lightner, Lau rie, 330

Lillich, Randall , 318

Lilly, Robert , 318

Lin, Charles, 162

lincecum, Lynn , 330, 140

Lindle , Laura, 318

Lindow, Ginger, 318, 141

lindsey, Sarah, 330

lingo, Karen , 330

Linzy, Rosie, 300

Lishman, Betty , 318

Little, Brenda. 204

Little. John, 203

Little, Neal. 300

Little, Sarah , 300

Li ttle, Vaun. 318

liVIngston, Mary, 300

Lobaugh. Sue, 342, 156

Lache. Diane, 300

Lockard , DoriS. 300

Lockefl , Bill . 155

Loc kwood , Siella, 318

Loftin , Jerry, 168, 154

Loftin , Michael , 300

Logan, Gladys, 300

Logue, Henry. 300

Lohnes. Mal co lm , 300

Lok, Suzanne. 318

Lolley, Katherine , 147

Long, Vallie, 343, 173

Lopez, Alden, 318

Lore nz . Belinda, 318

Lotrakul , Vichai, 350

Loti , Rosemary, 300

Lovell , Karen , 318. 171, 141

Lovett , Bobby Jo. 167

Loviza, Debbie, 343

Lowe , Steve, 300

Lowe, Terrie , 343

Lowery, Janet. 330

Lowery, Jerry. 164

Loyd. Barbara, 300

Loyd, Toinette, 318

Loyless. James. 330

M Maisano, John, 301

Malone, Francis. 301

Mal one , Jim , 330

Malson , Susan , 318

Malvido, John. 330, 162

Manley, Donald, 301

Manley, Greg , 301

Mann, DaVid , 163

Mann, Kenny, 68

Marcantel. Merek, 301

Marcel, Pat , 330, 204

Marchand, Nancy, 318

Marin ez . David, 168

Marionneau x, Mary, 318

Martin, Debbie, 318

Martin, Glenn. 343

Martin, Mary, 301

Martin, Melanie. 301

Martin, Mildred, 301

Martin, Raymond, 301

Martin, Rhonda, 301. 140

Martin, Sherman, 30 1

Martin. Shelia, 156

Martin, Sidney, 350

Martin, Susan. 343

Massart, Mary, 330

Massey, Charlesllne. 330

Mathis, Mindy, 301

Matking, Kay. 343

Matthews, Christine, 318 , 167

Matthews, Cyn thia, 301

Matthews, Della. 301

Matthews, Marcia. 301

Mattiso n, Peggy, 301

Matulich, Bruce, 330. 141

Maxwell, DenniS, 318

Maxwell, Lydia, 301

Maxwell, Martha, 196, 197

Maxwell, Mike, 301

Ma xwe ll , Patsy, 343. 165

May, Diane, 190

May, James, 330, 138

May, Kathy, 301, 175

May, Robert, 330

May, Robert E.. 318, 151 . 152

May, Sheila, 330, 206

Mayberry, Sherry, 301

391


Myeaux , Anward, 330

Mayes. Jimmy. 162

Mayes. Paul. 319

Mayfield. Rebecca. 319

Mayo. Pam. 330

Mayo. Reginald . 301

Mays, Robert C. 330

MCAdams, Brenda, 301

MCAlmond, Frederick. 343, 162. 208

McBride, Avis. 319

McBride, Dianne, 173. 343

McBride, Pat . 168

McCain. Lee, 330

McCain , Sandy, 301

McCandlish, Raymond , 168

McCartney, Charles, 330

McCartney, Minnie, 301

McCarty, Anita, 301

McCarty, Denver

McClain, Tommy, 330, 158

McCloy, Frank, 319, 172

McClure. Dan, 330

McClure. Kathy. 301

McClure. Robert. 301

McCollum, James, 343

McConathy. Diana, 301

McConathy. Mary, 319

McConnell, William, 162, 175

McCormick. Bruce, 343, 172

Morehead, Henry, 302

Moreland. David, 152, 331

Moreland, Paxton , 158. 343

Morello, Lawrence, 207

Morgan, Alice, 204

McVay. Owain. 162

McVay, June. 319 McVay, Keith. 343

Morgan. Barry, 141,331

McWhorter, William , 302

McWilliams. linda, 343

Morgan. Laqueta, 303

McWilliams, Robert, 302

Mears. Steve, 302

Medley, Tom. 343

Medlin, Charlotte, 302

Meeks. Mary. 319

Megehee, Bruce, 155

Meisner, Robert. 331

Melder, Myra, 302

Meliezer, Christin e. 302

Melton, Sa ndra, 302

Melton, Veria, 319

Melville. Cece, 319

Meredith, Charles, 302

Mertens, Joe, 207

Metzger, John. 343

Meyers, Murphy, 162. 319

Miciotlo, Bridget , 331

Mickles, Janis, 331

Miers, Gary, 302

Migues, Michael. 151 . 152. 343

Miles, Linda , 164

Morgan, Karen, 302

Morgan, Mimi, 166

Morgan, Wilhemina, 343

Morrell, Marilyn, 319

Morris, Eva. 319

Morris, Gail , 319

Morris, Patricia, 331

Morrison, Gloria, 303

Morrison, Melvin, 303

Morrison. Mike, 303

Morrow. Frances, 303

Morton , Christy, 343

Morton , Jerry, 168. 343

Morton. Shelby. 350

Moseley. Libby, 331

Moses. Brenda . 319

Moses, Randall , 343

Moulle, Nolan. 343

Mourad, Kalani , 303

Mouser. Matt, 331

Moy, Donald. 303

Moy, Zoflie, 331

McCormick. Charfes, 301, 175

Miller, Amy, 302

Mui, Daniel , 161

McCormick, Mac. 151

McCormick, Myron , 61

McCowin, Laurel , 343

Miller, Brenda, 302

Miller, Butch , 163

Miller, Deborah , 319

Mujtaba, Mohammed, 155

Muller, Wanda, 331

McCoy, Barbara, 343

McCoy, Bret, 319

McCoy. Dorothy, 319

McCoy. Kathleen , 330

McCray, Sharon, 301

Miller, Gladys, 319

McCrocklin, Kathleen, 301

McCrory. Teresa, 330

McCullin, Kathy, 301

McCullin, Terry, 343

McDade. Andre, 319

McDaniel. David, 330

McDaniel, Nancy, 301

McDermott. Bernie, 155, 343

McDonald. Charles, 301

McDonald , Faye, 319

McDonald, Kalhryn. 330

McDonald , Michael, 301

McDougle. Kenny. 203, 343

McDowell , Sadie. 301

McDowell, Stephen, 61

McEacharn, Vicki , 319

McElveen, Carol, 343

McElwee, Suzanne, 173, 207, 343

McEnery, Dottie, 170. 343

McGaha, Shelia. 301

McGee, Cindy, 319

McGee, Patti , 330

McGee, Rene, 171 , 331

Miller, James, 302

Miller, Larry, t42 Miller, Leslie. 319

Miller, Liz, 343

Miller, Teresa , 302

Miller, Tom, 72

Millet, Rachel , 170, 302

Milligan, Keith, 343

Mills, Bryan, 205

Mills, Debra, 302, 331

Milton, Les, 319

Milton, Sheila, 302

Milton, Stephen, 302

Mire, Jean, 343

Mire, Therese, 319

M ilcham, Sue, 331

Milchell . Brenda, 302

Mitchell, Elissa, 302

Mitchell, Joe, 319

Milchell, Pamela, 302

Mitchell, Thomas, 350

Mitchefl, Rose. 319

â&#x20AC;˘...tixon, Forrest, 167, 175, 331

Mixon, Nathanael, 319

Mixon, Stanfey, 343

Mizell, Diana, 302

Ma~ie,

Molfit,

McGowan, Mickey, 343

Moncrief, linda, 331

Monroe, Rose, 302

Montagnino, Barbara, 343

Montagnino, linda, 302

McGowen , Alan, 301

Mcilwain. Jimmie. 171 , 343

Mcintyre, Glenda, 319

Mcintyre, John, 302

McKaskfe, Marjorie, 319

McKay, Marty, 343

McKenzie. Carol , 302

McKenzie, Lynn, 331

McKinney. John, 319

McKinney. Mary, 302

McKnight, Dean, 302

McKnight, Henry, 33 1

McLean. Regina, 330. 331

McLean. Robert, 319

McLeod. Helen, 302

McMakin, Joe, 167

McMan. James, 319

McMillan. David, 319

McMillan. Elise, 319

McMillan, Sherry, 302

McMurtry. Tony, 302

McNeely, Mark, 302

Mulli can , Marjorie, 319

Mullins. Nancy, 331

Mulvihill . Chris, 344

Munster, Robert, 168

Murdaugh , Diane, 331

Murphy, Devola , 303

Murphy, Jennifer, 303

Murry. William, 61

Myatt . Alice, 319

Myatt. Edilh, 303

Myers, Margo, 141

Myles, Brenda, 303

N

Mims, Karen , 165, 302

McGeever, Maureen, 205

McGowen, Thelma, 301

McGraw. Larry, 301

McGregor, Jackie, 343

McGuirt. Rick, 319

McHale, Larry, 302

McHenry. Martin, 302

392

McNeely, Susie. 319

McNeil , Connie. 319

McPherson, Michael , 302

343

Montz, Peggy, 167, 331

Moody, Charlotte, 170, 302

Moody, Sonjie, 302

Nabours, Sharon , 319

Nagem. Jonathon, 331

Nalbach, Barbara, 344

Nale, Lou, 319

Nash, Foley, 161 , 168, 344

Nash. Marilyn, 331

Nattin, Candy, 344

Nault, Michael. 303

Neal, Donna, 164, 331

Neal, Eric, 331

Nealy, Scott, 344

Nebel, Raymond , 319

Neff, Judy, 319

Nelson , Anthony, 303

Nelson, Bill , 175

Nelson , Charlotte, 303

Nelson , Irma , 331

Nelson, John, 162

Nelson, Keith , 331

Nelson, Rhonda , 303

Moore. Bennie , 343

Nelson, William , 303

Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore,

Nero, Karl , 331

Netherton, Robbie, 331

Beverly, 319

Carl, 203

Carolyn, 302

Debbie, 302

Moore, Diane, 319

Moore. Dortie. 68

Moore, Gail, 175

Moore, James, 331

Moore, Kathryn, 331

Moore, Loyce, 343

Moore, Louise, 302

Moore, Marilyn, 302

Moore. Mattie, 331

Moore, Mile, 175

Moore, Moore. Moore. Moore,

Myrtle, 331

Ruby, 331

Sheila, 343

Tod d, 107, 142

Moore, Winifred, 302

Moorhead, Deborah, 302

Morehead, Beverly, 302

Newcomer, Bruce, 174, 175

Newell, Kathy, 303

Newland, Sue, 303

Newman, Daryl , 168

Newman, Delois, 319

Newton, Eugene, 303

Ng, Chak Lam, 161, 303

Ng, Charn Tong. 303

Ng , Hung Chi. 303

Ng. Kwok Kuen, 303

Ng, Peter, 161.44

Ng, Shun-Wai, 161, 331

Nichols, Ell en, 319

Nichols, Randy, 196, 344

Nicholson, Thomas, 155

Nickerson, Susan, 173, 207, 344

Nielsen, Billy, 303

Nix, Karen, 149, 331

Nix, Lorn, 344


Noah , Elmer, 140, 320

Nob le, Beverly, 303

Paul, Teresa . 304

Noble, Yvonne, 320

Pavi ch, Louis, 155, 344

Paxton, Janet, 320

Nola, Marilyn, 167, 232, 303

Nolan, Deborah, 331

Nolan, Suew, 320

Nolen, Karen, 303

Norman, Gary, 320

Norman, Hobert, 344

Norman, Paul. 303

Norman, Sherilyn , 303

Norman , Steve, 155

Norman, Susan , 303

Norri s, Dennis , 344

Norri s, Doris, 320

Norton. James, 344

Norton, Johnnie, 344

Nowlin, John, 168, 207, 344

Nugent, Dwain, 303

Nugent, Kalhryn, 303

Nugent, Marion, 170, 320

Nunn, Gail, 303

Nuss, Margarel, 173, 344

o O'Brian , Brenda, 303

Ochs, Janet, t64

Ochs, Marcia, 320

O'Connor, Constance, 320

Odekirk, Bonnie, 163

Odekirk, Craig, 163, 344

Odom, Kathie, 303

Odom, Pamela, 205, 344

Odom, Susan, 146, 172, 174, 344

Odonnell , K,B" 170, 344

Odum, John, 331

Ohlentorst , Oorita, 320

Ojomo, Edward, 161, 303

Oldham, Jean, 350

Oliver, Belinda , 320

Oliver, Cheryl, 344

Oliver. James, 303

Olson, Carla, 303

Olso n, Dia na, 204

O'Neal, Linda, 303

O'Quin, Edward , 303

Ortigo, Charles, 303

Ort is, Sharolyn, 320

Oschwald , Charles, 344

Otwell, Andy, 303

Otwell , Herbert, 344

Outlaw, Cynthia, 303

Ouzts, Slephen, 303

Owens, Kenneth , 344

Owens. Marilyn, 320

Pauley, John, 320

Payne, Payne, Payne, Payne,

Cynlhia, 344

George, 344

Gwendolyn, 331

Paralea. 320

Payton. Travis, 344

Pazmino, Audrey, 344

Peacock, Nancy, 164, 320

Pederson, Hara!. 172

Peeples , William. 344

Pellegrin, Dean, 304

Pemberton, Philip, 304

Penot, Mary, 163

Pentecost, Gary, 304

Percy, Mary Anne, 205, 344

Perkins, Alice, 344

Perkins , Dianne, 320

Perkins, William, 304

Perrett , James. 304

Perrodin, Michael , 344

Perry, Bellie, 304

Perry, Donald, 344

Perry. Iris, 331

Peters, Ann , 320

Peters. Glenn , 304

Peters, Lorelha . 304

Pelers, Roy , 344

Pelillo, Frank, 332

Pettielte, Larry, 141, 320

Pharis, Fred , 304

Phelps, Dwight, 344

Philley, Christine, 206

Philley, Donald, 320

Philley, Freddie, 68, 76

Phillips, ESlher, 304

Phillips, Idana, 332

Phillips, John, 61

Phillips, Marsha, 173

Phillips, Mary, 304

Phipps, Rebecca, 332

Piazza , Charles , 344

Piazza, Donald, 164, 304

Piazza, John, 320

Piazza , Lesa, 304

Pickens, Susan, 332

Pickering , William , 162

Pickelt, Carolyn , 304

Pierce, David, 304

Pierce , James, 320

Pierce. Virginia , 332

Pipes, Chester, 304

Pippin, Bettye, 304

Piske, Barry, 344

Pittman, James , 304

Pittman , JoAnn, 304

Plain, David, 320

p

Pace, Cindy, 344

Pace, Deborah, 303

Packer, James, 158, 331

Pahal, Debra, 320

Pamplin, Edward, 303

Plaisance, Chris, 165, 304

Plunk, Bobbye, 304

Poche, David, 168, 344

Pohlson, Elizabelh, t41 , 344

Pohlson, Mary Ann, 344

Poindexler, Cheryl, 344

Pardue, Joelle, 320

Pardue. Russell. 304

Parish , Richard , 331

Pope, Patricia, 173

Parker, Sarah, 344

Parker, Sheila, 304

Parks, Prudy, 166, 331

Pasqua, Mark, 344

Pate, Kathy, 304

Pate, Pat, 171, 304

Pal rick , Becky, 320

Price, Randall , 332

Price , Richard, 174, 320

Price , Sharon, 320

Priest , Janet , 345

Primeaux . Judith, 345

Prin ce, Connie, 345

Prin ce, Gerald, 304

Prince, Jimmy, 320

Prince, Patti, 320

Prine, Karen, 345

Pringle, Jane, 320

Prisock, Doris, 345

Pritcher, Iva , 345

Pritchett. Michael, 320

Procell , Paula, 304

Przybiski, Chris, 320

Puckell, Brenda, 304

Puckell, Linda, 304

R Rad ckifl, Michael, 304

Rad clifl, Thomas, 345

Ragland , Kenneth , 163

Raiford. Donna , 320

Rains , Peggy, 304

Ramsey, Slephen, 345, 205

Ramsey, Keith, 305

Ramsey, Rebbeca , 320

Randall , Debra, 305

Rankin , Janet , 305

Rankin, Roger. 320

Ranson , Bruce, 305

Ransom, Karen . 332

Rarick, Laurie, 305 , 170

Rash, Kae , 320

Rast , Becky, 345

RatcliH, Donna, 345

RatcliH, Mary, 332, 165

Rauschkolb, William, 320

Rawls, Leland, 345

Rawson, Ann , 332

Ray, Donna, 305

Ray, Magene, 345

Rayborn , Vickie, 321

Rayford, Cathy, 321

Rayle, David, 332

Raymond, Janet. 305

Redd, Bill, 165

Redd , Palricia, 170

Redfern , Waller, 305

Redlin , Barbara , 321

Poleynard, Robin , 304

C,M., 344

Cynlhia, 320

Dean, 76, 344

Phyllis, 331

Randall , 175, 304

Price, Paul , 304

Reed , Deborah, 305

Reed , Fred , 305

Reed , Mark, 305

Reed, Martha, 332

Reeder , Susan, 321 , 167

Reeks , Connie, 345, 163

Reeves, Billy, 345

Pollard, Jimmy, 320

Pollard, Tom, t63 , 344

Poole, Charles, 162, 345

Parker, Carolyn, 304

Price, Mike, 158, 320

Plitt , Hickman, 304

Pamp lin, Ronald , 303

Parker, Parker, Parker, Parker, Parker,

Charlotte, 332

Ernest , 345

Hershel, 332

Jamie, 304

Kenneth , 304

Plants, Joy, 170, 320

Papillon, Michael, 162

Paquelte, Robert, 156

Pardue, Edna, 304

Parker, Billy, 320

Pri ce, Price, Price, Price, Price,

Popwell, Benny, 345

Poret , Gregory, 320

Porter, Carol, 320

Porter, Debora, 304

Portie, Trudi , 320

Poss, Adrienne, 142, 345

Posta, Tom, 345

Potts, Paula, 304

Powell , Bernard , 205

Powell, Powell , Powell, Powell,

Debra, 320

Glenda, 148

Kim, 204, 345

Richard , 142, 332

Reeves, Sharon , 32 1

Re id, Susan, 305

Rem ont. Rebecca, 321

Reppond, Carolyn, 332

Reppond, Glenda, 332

Reppond" Linda, 332

Reppond, PaUl, 305

Reppond, Vicki, 345

Reuter, EriCk, 345, 163

Reynolds, Benny, 305

Reynolds, Lloyd, 332, 148

Reynolds, Sieve, 305

Rhodes, Joe, 305

Rhodes, Larry, 154

Rials , Susan, 305

Rice , Deborah, 305

Prechter, Michael , 6f , 304

Richard , Deborah, 305

Richards. Terry , 165

Richardson, Barbara, 345

Richardson , Carolyn. 332

Patterson, Dennis, 76

Presley, Christene, 304

Richardson, Garry, 305

Paul, Joyce, 170, 331

Paul, Peggy, 331

Preston , Leon. 68, 76

Price, Carolyn, 304

Richardson, Janet, 305

Richardson. Michael , 332

Powers, Reba. 304

Pratt, Helen, 304

393


394

Richardson, Rebbecca, 332

Richardson. Sue

Richey, Julian, 305

Richmond, Cheryl, 321

Riggin, Kenneth, 345

Riggs, Oscar, 345

Riggs, Paul, 345

Riley, Deborah, 305

Rinehart, Thomas, 345, 155

Rino, Phyllis, 345

Ritchie, Gay, 332

Rivera. Rudy, 321, 161

Rivere, Mary, 345

Rivette, Deborah, 305

Roach, Gordon, 321

Roark, Jerry, 305

Roberds, Barbara, 321

Roberts, Aubrey, 321

Roberts, Bev, 332

Roberts, Dale, 164

Roberts, Johnnie, 305

Roberts, Joyce, 305

Roberts, Kathleen, 305

Roberts, Kay, 167

Roberts, Roy, 332

Roberts. William, 305

Robertson, Selinda, 332

Robertson, Jane, 167

Robertson, Jeannie. 305, 166

Robertson, Linda, 345

Robertson, Mary, 345

Robichaux, Barry. 207

Robichaux, Gregory, 321

Robichaux, Penny. 332

Robichaux, Randy, 332

Robichaux, Rickie, 305

Robicheaux, Harvey, 345

Robinson, Carol, 332

Robinson, Clarence, 321

Robinson, Doyle, 345

Robinson, Gmger, 345

Robinson, James. 305

Robinson, Jannifer, 305

Robinson, John, 321

Robinson, Pat, 332

Robinson, Richard, 345

Robinson, Ronald, 321

Robinson, Rosemary, 305

Robinson, Ruby, 345

Robinson, Virginia, 305

Robiskie, Eileen, 305

Rock, Robert, 168

Rockett, Richard. 61

Rodriguez, Stephanie, 321

Roger, Carla, 332

Rogers, Grace, 305

Rogers, James, 332

Rogers, Marilyn, 332

Roland, Ellen, 305

Roos, Ginger, 321, 148, 196

Roper, Elaine, 321

Rorie. Doug, 345

Rosby, Carl, 345

Rose. Michael, 305

Rosedale, Debbie, 321

Rosenkrans. Helen, 332

Rosenthal, Roy, 207

Roshto, Gary, 321

Ross, Beverly, 305

Ross, Randy, 305

Rossler, Joseph. 345

Rougeau, Lloyd, 321

Rounds, Shelia, 305

Rourks, Lucille, 305

Rousell, Danny, 61

Roussel, Kerry, 345

Roussel, Wayne, 321

Rowdon, Jeannine, 332, 170

Rowdon. Scott, 68

Rowell, Martin, 305

Rugg, Susan, 321

Rugg, Sylvia, 332

Ruiz, Ralph, 345, 168

Rumfola, Pam, 321

Ruppert, Mike, 305

Rush, Susan, 345

Rushing, John, 345

Russell, Olivia, 305

Russell, Danny, 346

Russell, Rickey, 306

Russo, Sal, 332, 188

Rust, Carol, 306

Rutkowski, Rolland, 346

Ryals, Don, 346

Ryan, Elaine, 321, t56, 171

Ryder, Patricia, 346

Ryland, Evert, 346

s Sadik, George, 346, 161

Sadler, Lynda, 332

Saizon, Carolyn. 306

Salinas, William, 306

Salter, Elizabeth, 332

Salter, Faye, 306

Sampognaro, Carl iss. 346

Sampognaro, Maria, 346, 173

Sampson, Melessa, 332

Sanders, Karen, 332

Sanders, Lisa, 306

Sanders, Mary, 321

Sandige, Sherry, 321, 204

Sandiford, Linda, 321

Santone, Kevin, 155

Santoro, Robert, 151, 152, 155

Saragusa, Philip, 346

Sartori, Pamela, 306

Saucier. Randy. 332

Savage, Aubrey, 306

Savage, Brenda, 306

Savannah, Linda. 306

Savoie, Gene, 306

Sawyer. Maria, 306

Sawyer, Laren, 346

Saxena, Subhaschandra, 350

Sayes, Diana. 306

Scalia. Monica, 167

Scalia, Pat, 332

Scarborough, Linda, 306

Schafer, Charlotte, 321

Schaff, David, 205

Scha!ler, Jana, 321

Scheen. Patti, 332

Schiele, Everette, 321

Schimschock, Colleen, 306

Schmitt, Susan, 306

Scholz, Julia, 306

Schulingkamp, James, 172

Schwartzenburg. Helen, 346, 167

Scimeca, Donne, 346, 168, 207

Scoggin, Douglas, 332

Scoth, Wayne, 306

Scott, Edward, 321

Scott, Jefferie, 68

Scott, Lewis, 321

Scott, Ronald, 346, 155

Scott, Tommy, 346

Scroggin, Dave, 208

Scroggins, Karen, 321

Scroggins, Scott, 203

Scruggs, John, 321

Scruggs, Pamela, 332

Seab, Sue, 206, 167

Seal, Sheryl, 306

Segers, Susan, 321

Self, Beverly, 321

Self, Douglas, 346

Semmes, Bessie, 306

Semmes, Deborah, 306

Semmes, Laverne, 306

Sevier, Jim, 346

Sevier, Marshall, 174

Sevier, Nancy, 321

Sevier, Scott, 346, 168

Sewell, Candace, 333

Sewell, Steve, 346

Seyfarth, Calvin, 346

Shamblin, Deborah. 306

Shanklin, Warren, 68

Sharp, Ronald, 162

Shaw, C.L., 321

Shaw, Deborah, 306

Sheets, Aaron, 306

Sheets, Bessie, 321

Shelby, Ronnie, 158

Shelton, Mary, 346

Shelton, Robert, 172

Sheppard, Debra, 306

Shergalis, Debbie, 138, 139, 171

Sherman, Clair, 164

Sherman, Mershall, 321

Shields, David, 333

Shipp, Carolyn, 170

Shoudy, Charlotte, 165

Shuflin, Thomas, 321

Shultz, Threta, 346

Silmon, Jerry, 306

Simmers, Mitchel. 321

Simmons, Zelda, 333

Simon, Charles, 333

Simon, Martin, 306

Simons, David, 321

Simpson. Elizabeth, 346

Simpson. Dwayne, 68. 76

Simpson. Johnny, 155

Simpson, Robert, 321

Simpson, Steve, 346

Simpson, Susan, 306

Sims, George, 333

Sims. Rhonda. 306

Singleton, Gwendolyn, 346

Singley, James, 350

Sipes, Cindy, 322

Sisson, Bonnie, 333

Sisson, Glenn, 333, 162

Sitman, Kay, 333

Skains, Terry, 322

Slack, James, 152

Slack, Joreen, 306

Sledge, Donna. 306

Smith. Anna, 333

Smith, Beverly, 346

Smith, Cindi, 322

Smith. Connie, 350

Smith, Dan, 306

Smith. David, 340

Smith, Deborah, 323

Smith, Dwanne, 191

Smith, Emily, 306

Smith, Gary, 322

Smith, Gerald, 203

Smith, Gerard, 333

Smith, Greg, 322, 148, 168

Smith, Gwendolyn, 306

Smith, Jenny, 306

Smith, Joy, 306

Smith, Joy M., 346

Smith, Kathy, 107

Smith, Kenneth, 333

Smith, Marc, 346, 168

Smith, Mary, 306

Smith, Mary L., 206

Smith, Michael, 333

Smith, Mike L., 68

Smith, Norene, 346

Smith, Rob, 61

Smith, Robert, 306

Smith, Ronnie, 306

Smith, Ruth, 306

Smith, Sherman, 306

Smith, Stanley, 322

Smith, Susan, 170

Smith, Virginra, 322

Snead, Cindy, 306

Snelson. Sammy, 203

Snyder, Janice. 322

Snow, David, 333, 168

Snow, Diann, 346

Soigner, Christopher, 151

Soileau, Justine. 107, 207, 346

Soileau, Keith, 322

Soileau, Suzanne, 346, 167

Solomon, Mickie. 322

Somme, Michele, 307

Spann, Francis, 322

Spear, Kenneth, 346, 207

Spears, Beth, 346

Spears, David, 346, 168

Speck, Pandy, 333

Speer, Kathy, 307

Spencer, Patricia, 322

Spencer, Thomas, 333

Specer, Donald, 162

Spikes, Joan, 322

Spillers, Teresa, 307

Spruill, Ronnie, 307

Sf. John, Robert, 333

St. Pierre, Denis, 168

S1. Romain, Michael, 307

Staab, Paul, 346


Stewart , Ronnie, 162

Stokes, Milford. 155

Stotko, Elaine. 100

Strahan, Carol, 164

Stratton, Ricki, 322, 158

Strickland. Terri . 307

Strickland : Wanda , 322, 170

Stringer, Gary, 307, 163

Strom, John, 307

Strong, Debra, 333, 167

Toups, Glenn, 333

Toys , Elaine, 307

Trahan, Karen , 322

Trahan. Terry , 68 , 70

Tramel. Darlene. 307

Trante r, Glenn , 347

Traxler, Steve, 208

Traylor, Gary, 322

Trichell , Lloyd , 307

Tripp , Cynthia, 350

S trother, Norman, 307

Tripp , James, 350

Strumpell , Harry, 163

Tripp, Pamela, 333

Stuart, Richard , 63

Tropea , Deborah, 308

Trotter, Harrell , 308

Suchy, Frand, 347

Sullivan, Charlotte, 307, 165

Sullivan , Joh n, 307

Sumner, Kathy, 307

Swan, Melvin, 347

Swanson, Lavonne, 307

Swanson , Linnea, 307

Swanson , Scott , 307

Sweat , Juidth, 307

Sweitzer, Alan, 356

Swenson. Marshall , 333

Swift , Irene, 333

Swillie, Mildred, 350

Swindle, Charles, 350

Sykes, Cynthia, 333, 156

Sykes, Debra, 347

Sykes, Frank, 347

Sykes, Timothy, 347, 151, t52

Sylveste r, Jenny, 307, 148

Sylvestri , Guina, 170

T Talley, Brennan, 322

Talley , Jame s, 201

Talley , Larry, 347

Tanner, Leslie , 347

Tarver, Darlene, 307

Tarver, John, 108

Tassin , Van, 347

Tate. Sandra, 307

Tauzin, Kat herine , 173

Taylor, Carol, 173

Taylor, Cathy, 322

Taylor, Federinda, 307, 16 1

Taylor, Jacqueline, 307

Taylor, Randolph , 347

Taylor, Susan, 307, 148, 167

Tayl or, Suzanne, 347, 205

Tucker, Ruby, 308

Tucker, Sheila, 307

Tung , Bonnie. 322 , 161

Tumbolo, Larry, 333

Turnbull , Edward, 333

Turner, Ada, 347

Turner, Cindy, 322

Turner, Oebbie. 322

Turner, Debra E., 322

Turner, Gloria, 347

Turner , Janer, 350

Turner, John, 30B

Turner, Kay, 347

Turner , Keith, 347

Turner , Marsha , 308

Turner, Mary, 308

Turner, Michael, 322

Turner. Peter, 308

Turner, Terri , 308

Turrentine, Russell, 322

Tuttle, Dawn, 322

Ch errie, 170

Dana, 323

Dan iel, 308

Frances, 347

Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker,

Kay, 308

Jimmy, 334, 162

Judy, 323

Mark, 308

Walker, Sharron. 308

Walker, Steve , 308

Wall , Larry, 199

Wallace, Gail, 199

Wallace, Greg, 347, 308, 143

Wallace, Jimmy, 68

Wallace, Richard , 308, 333

Walley, Annette . 308

Walpole, Sally, 323, 171

Walter, Jack, 308

Walter, Richard, 323

Walters , Carla, 347

Walters, Clayona, 308

Walters. Daniel , 347

Walters, David, 308

Walters, Debbie, 323

Walters . Joe. 323

Walters, Kathy, 323

Walters , Sara, 323

Wamsley, Ken, 347

Ward , Eddie. 347

Ward, Wa re, Ware. Ware,

Tyler , Gail, 347

Tyson , John, 322, 308

U Unde/Wood, Faye, 322

Upton, Laura , 170

Toups , Brent, 333

Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker,

Tycer, Lindsay, 347

Tyler, Barbara, 322

Tyler, Deloris, 347

Thom as, Kay, 307

Ti dwell , Rosia, 346

Tinsley. David, 61

Tolbird , Larry, 347

Toliver , Jodi , 173

Toliver, Jo Ann, 347

Tomlinson , Loraine, 322

Touchet, Franci s, 307

Waldrop , Stan, 347

Tweedy , Rena , 322

Upton, Ellen, 322

Upton, Jimmy, 347, 88

Thurkill, Bobby, 333

Wages, Laura , 333

Wagnon, Suzanne, 308

Waguespack, Geraldine, 333

Waits , Patricia, 308

Wakely . Laure , 308

Walker, Bruce , 308

Tester , Rod, 347

Thornton, Barbara, 333

Thras her, Bill , 162

Thrasher, Susan. 307

Thrower, Wanda, 322

Thousnand, Valerie, 322

Wabara, Sydney, 308

Wade, Linda, 333

Walker, Carl, 347

Theriot , Freddie, 347

Thomas, Jimmie, 307

Thorn hill , Jerry, 322

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T ubre, Elvin, 308

Tubre, Sharon, 347, 173

Tucker, Barry, 322

Tu cker, Hariett. 308

Tu ck er, Jane. 191

Tu cker, Lilli e, 322

Tucker, Melanie, 308

Tucker. Priscilla, 308

Underwood , Sandra, 308

Underwood, Yvonne, 333

Unger, Susan, 204

Thomas , Linda, 347

Th omas, Rodney , 158

Thomas, Shirley, 347

Thom as. Tracy, 322

Thom as on, David, 322

Thomas on, Edward, 307

Thomerson. Larry, 155

Th ompso n, Christopher, 307

Thompson, Evelyn , 347

Thompson, James, 307

Th ompson, Kaye, 307

Thompson , Lawrence , 162

Thompson, Liz . 162

Thompson, Mike, 61

Thornhill , Danelte. 307

Vome r, Sherlian , 308

Iso, Dennis, 308, 161

Tea ch, Don, 333

Temple. Don , 155

T erracina, Vince, 322

Terral , Brenda, 307

Vogt , Karl , 347

v

Vallery, Susan, 322

Vance. Michael. 152

Va ranado . Debbie, 323

Varner, Roy, 205

Vaughan, Janet, 347, 205

Vaughn, Marsha, 308

Veal, Sarah, 308

Venable, Ell en, 308

Venable, Robert , 333

Vercher, Judy, 323

Verhoef, Billy, 308

Vermillion, Darcelle, 323

Veretti , Leo , 207

ViaJion, Jonathan, 323

Vicki , Monnita, 347

Vickery, Jean, 308

Vidrine . Mary , 333

Vijaya, Ramaswamy, 350, 162

Vincent, Paul , 333

Vines , Dwight, 308

Vining, Thomas, 308

Vizener , Joe, 168

Voda, Joseph, 333

Vogl , Becky, 350

Vogt , John, 333

Vogt, Judy, 347

Sue, 347

Boatner, 334

Edward, 347

Everi st, 308

Ware, Joe, 334

Ware, Lue, 323

Warner, John, 334

Warner, Robert , 348

Warner, Vickie , 334

Warren , Eddie, 334

Warren , Leighton , 323

Warren, Linda , 308

Washburne, Jack, 348

Washington, Debbie, 308

Washington, Ethel , 331

Washington, Grace, 323

Washington , Larry, 308

Washington, Lillian , 334, 148

Waso, Sue, 323

Waters , Gary, 323

Waters, Mary, 323

Waters. Steve, 323

Watkins, John, 162

Watkins, Marie, 308

Watson, Carolyn, 308

Wat son. Gloria, 323

Watson , James, 158

Watson, Kimberly, 308

Watson, Laura, 308

Watson, Marilyn. 308

Watson , Mark, 204

Watts. Sandra, 323

Weathersby, Elsie, 323

Weaver, Weaver, Weaver, Weaver,

Cla udia, 309

Kathy, 309

Mac , 61

Sandra, 206

Webb, Cat hy, 334

Webb, Charlolte, 309

Webb, Denise , 323

Webb, Hugh, 348

Webb, Jimmy, 334

Wehling , Roxanne, 165

Welch, Randall, 323

Welch, Susan, 323

Wells, Lewis. 348

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Well s, Marian, 309 Wells. Bill, 323 Wempe, Davis, 323 Wesner, Thomas, 348, 162 West, David, 309 Westbrooks, Willie, 309 Wheeler. Bruce, 350, 162 Whitaker , Jan, 309 White, Bonn ie, 323 While, CIi~on , 309 White, David , 334 While, Mary, 309 White, Sharon, 309, 162 White, Tonila, 309 Whillock, David, 323 WhitlOCk, Sherri, 334 Whitmore, Juanita, 309 Whittington , Dennis, 309 Whittingto n, Rebecca, 309. 147 Whitworth , Teresa, 204 Wibben, Jill, 309 Wible, Susan, 348 Wiggins, Allen , 309 Wiggins, Elhel, 309 Wiggin s, Peggy, 309 Wiggins, Richard, 348, 162 Wilder , Sandra, 334 Wiley, Ben, 334 Wiley, Mary , 309 Wiley, Susan, 348 Wilhite, Darlene. 348 Wilken ing, Joyce, 323 Wilkins. John, 348 Wilkinson, Robert, 334, 142 Willett, Adrian, 323 Willett, Edward, 348 Williams, AnneUe, 348 Williams, Beulah, 309 Williams, Billie, 323 Williams, Coleen, 309 Williams, Cynthia, 309 Williams, David. 323 Williams, Debbie, 309 Williams , Deborah, 309 Williams, Dorothy, 309 Williams, Faye, 309 Williams, Gregg , 323 Williams, Harold, 309 Williams, Janet. 334 William s, Janie, 323 William s, Jean. 334 Williams, Jerry, 309

Williams, Joel, 309 Williams, Judy, 348 Williams, Kenneth G., 323 Williams, Kenneth H., 166 Williams, Leslie, 309 Williams, Lou , 323 Williams, Marilyn. 348 Williams, Nelda, 323 Williams , Saundra, 309 William s, Virginia, 348 Williamson, Arlie, 348 Williamson, George, 348 Williamson, Gloria, 323 Williamson, Judy, 309 Williamson , Kerri , 323 Williamson, Martha, 334 Williamson , Shelia, 348 Willis, Bessie, 309 Willis. Deborah, 334 Willis, Lyndel , 334 Willis, Lynetta, 309 Wil!is. Pat, 177 Willis, Patricia, 309 Willis, William, 334 Wilson , Debra, 309 Wilson, Diane. 323 Wilson, Jan, 309 Wilson. Jerry. 348 Wilson , Joseph, 309 Wilson , Leonard, 323 Wilson , Linda, 348 Wilson, Mary, 348 Wilson, Michael , 309 Wilson, Roger, 162. 175 Wilson , Tywana, 323 Wilson , William , 348 Windham, Cedric, 348 Windham , Stephanie, 334 Winesberru, Nathan, 348 Winn, Melody, 309 Winston . Ouentina, 309 Wirt, Debra, 309 Wisenbaker, Cheryl, 310 Witc her, Jeffery, 309 Witherington , Richard , 334 Wnukowski , Susan, 309 Wolf, Jeffery, t62 . 208 Wolfert, Perer, 348 Womack, Rhonda , 348 Womack, Terri. 323 Womble. Mary, 309 Wong, Caro line. 309, 161

Wong, Michael , 309, t61 Wood , Oeret. 168 Wood , Kenneth, 310 Woodell , Amanda, 300, 106 Wooden, Jacqueline, 310 Woods. Charlene. 310 Woods, John, t55 Woods, Michael, 323 Woodward, Ri chard, 323, 142 WOOdward , William , 348 Worley, Callie, 310 Worley , Susan, 310 Wortham, Catherine, 334 Worthington, Brian, 334 Worthington, Richard, 120 Wray , Joe, 323 Wright, Barbara, 323 Wright, Bruce, 310 Wright, Chester, 310 Wright , Rayford , 323 Wright , Roosevelt, 348 Wright , Rose, t65 Wright , Sharon, 310 Wyatt , Darla, 3tO Wyatt, Jean, 348 Wyatt, John, 348 Wyatt , Suzan, 320 Wyche, Robert, 348

y Yiu YI, Ming, 310 Young , Jo Ann, 310 Young, Mildred, 310 Youngblood, Katherine, 310 Yu May Hoi, Anita, 334 Yu Pak Yiu , Allen, 161 Yarbrough , Jennie, 310 Yates, Johnny. 310 Yau, Antonio, 310 Yeh Foh Shan, Judy, t62 Yeung, Jean. 310 Yip Wing, Kwan , 161

z Zagone. Paula, 334 Zeagler, Dianne, 323 Zitzmann, John, 350, 155, 207 Zulick. Richard, 348

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ORGANIZATIONS

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A::acia Fraternity, 260 Agronomy Club, 162 Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, 262' Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 264 Alpha Psi Omega , 204 American-Louisiana Pharmaceutical Assoc ., 154 Associated General Cont ractors, 162 Bayou Raiders, 151 Chacahoula, 195 Chinese Student Assoc., 160 CirCle K, 172 Collegiate Farm Bureau, 174 Compass Club, t71 Council Resident Women Students, 149 Data ProceSS ing Management Assoc .. t64 Delta Demet er, 175 Delta Omicron, 156 Delta Sigma Pi , 158 Eta EpSilon, 207

Foreign Student Assoc ., 161 Ho norary Pre- Medical Society. 205 Interfraternity Council, 284 Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 266 Kappa Delta Sorority, 268 Kappa Epsilon, 173 Kappa Kappa Psi, 203 Kappa Psi, 155 Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 270 Modern Dan ce Club, 166 Nat'l, Collegiate Assoc. for Secretar足 ies, 157 News Bureau , 190 Northeast La. Geological Society, 163 Occupational Therapy Club, 165 Panhellenic. 285 Phi Delta Chi, 168 Phi Mu Alpha Sintonia, 203 Phi Mu Sorority, 272 Phi Tau Gamma, 166 Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 274 Pi Kappa Alpha LiHle Sisters, 170

Pi Sigma EpSilon, 155 Pow Wow, 198 Physical Therapy Club, 164 Rho Chi, 207 Rodeo Club, 175 ROlaract, 171 Scabbard & Blade, 152 Senior Board, 205 Sigma Alpha Chi, 167 Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 207 Sigma Lambda Chi, 208 Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity 276 Society of Physics Students, 163 Student Government Assoc .. 1~A Student La, Teac hers' Assoc ., 156 Student Nurses Assoc., 154 Tau Beta Sigma, 204 Theta XI Fraternity, 280 Unio n Board, 143 Women 's Recreation Assoc., 170 Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority , 282