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Activity day 1977 . . . lots of fun and 

games. . .sack racing. . .wheel barrel 

racing . . . damn, everything is up-side 

down . . . pie eating contest ... I think I'm 

going to be sick . . . stumbling through an 

obstacle course . . . wow I sure could use 

these tires. 





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Homecoming 1977 . . . it's not raining 

. . . it's not even cold . . . this suit is 

awfully hot . . .Star Wars. . .it kind 

of grows on you . . . lovely smile, bet 

it's fake ... be glad when this game is 

over. 

Below Court Left to Right: Connie Brown, 

Karen Smith, Pepita Rodriquez, Jeanni Stalcup, 

Margaret Alexander. 





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October 16, 1977 ... Homecoming ... Hope 
this makes up for losing the football game. . 
out comes the band dressed in white . . . laseFv 
lights and flood lights make for a wild show 
. . . everything from "Jungle Love" to 
"Leviathan" . . . Miller blew the top off 
Murphy Center "Rocking Me Baby" and 
"Hotel Carolina" . . . "Fly Like an Eagle," 
complete with an upper light show, made for a 
grand finale. 



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November 10, 1977 . . . wailed in line all nijjht to ^»ct these 
tickets . . . will it he worth it . . . Crosby seems .happiest -hJ be' 
here. . . Southerndiorn Stills let Crosby and Nashdo 
"Guinnevcre" . . . hut Stills did "( 'rossnwu Is"' . . .Neil Youn<>- 
was up in Nashville, hut lie didn't drop in . . . crowd jrot to see a 
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Middle of October . . . "She Stoops to Conquer" 

. . . the theater department's fall production 

. . . a little culture in the middle of a losing 

football season . . . Oliver Goldsmith set this 

comedy in the 18th century . . . but this complex 

romance could be MTSU in 1977 . . . except the 

tavern scenes would have to be set in Nashville 

. . . directed by Dorethe Tucker, the play gets 

good reviews . . . Martin McGeachy as Tony 

Lumpkin is great — and only a freshman . . .set 

in a little village outside London . . . a great 

place to spend a lew hours on ;i fall evening. 






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It's February — not October — but witches, 
warlocks and magic spells abound in "Bell, Book 
and Candle" ... the theater department's 
miniproduction . . . set in a modern-day New 
York city ... a witch falls in love with one of 
her tenants ... a brother warlock who could 
really dim the lights ... a broken engagement 
and a spell is cast . . . Bob Forsythe as Shepard 
Henderson finds out . . . Lisa Davis as Gillian 
Holroyd loses her powers because she loves 
Shepard . . . then, as always, true love wins out. 




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Thursday night 6:30 ... leg warmers ... hot 
dance studio . . . thanks karate . . . lots of dancers 
. . . Twyla Tharp workshop . . . dance show in 
February. . .rehearsals. . . what's the step again 
... my feet won't move . . . oh my stomach ... I 
pulled a muscle. . . you're not counting. . .it's 
one, two, three and four . . . where are my shoes. 




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A celebration of the arts . . . MTSU Concert Band 
. . . sacred Harp Singers . . . Jazz at 10 a.m. . . . 
"Vacuum Pact" . . . Dinglefest Theatre Company . . . 
workshop on main stage . . . "Billy Barker" . . . Poet 
Stanley Kunitz . . . Mime ... a Hennessey workshop 
. . . Muriel Magenta. 



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October 28, 1977 ... Dr. Joyce Brothers . . . 

from Johnny Carson to the D.A. Auditorium . . . 

she tells us about the changing role of marriage 

. . . it's not long after the wedding that the thrill 

is gone . . . and opposites do attract, to 

compensate for each other's faults . . . most 

young men don't want to marry someone just 

like mom . . . and they're not complaining about 

the new woman . . . she explains male 

chauvinism. . . "It's easier for a man to accept a 

woman who is a success if he treats her as a 

creature from another world." 




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October 31, 1977 . . . Ghosts and goblins outside 
but a Pulitizer Prize-winning playwright speaks 
inside the DA building . . . Edward Albee not 
only speaks but critiques a rehearsal here of his 
play "The American Dream" ... but the man 
who wrote "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" 
says he doesn't like theater critics ... he criti- 
cizes Americans for not having enough interest 
in the theater . . . he blames Nixon's election for 
the decline in the arts ... to potential play- 
wrights in the audience he warns: "be absolutely 
sur^w)u are afflicted with playwriting." 



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November 22, 1977 . . . Rep. 
Ronald Dellums of California 
calls for the "niggers in Amer- 
ica" to unite . . . Niggerizing, 
his term for discrimination, is 
done to women, blacks, gays, 
the poor and all minorities . . . 
black women are actually "two 
niggers" . . . he's equally out- 
spoken on other issues . . . 
"You're damn right I'm advo- 
cating socialized medicine," he 
tells the group of less than 100 
. . . he's against the neutron 
bomb, for an end to trade with 
South Africa, the "World's 
South" . . . he's probably 
thankful his district includes 
Berkeley and not Murfrees- 
boro. 



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Nigerian Student 

Association . . . October 1 

... a celebration of 

independence . . . not 

ours, theirs . . . soccer 

game . . . traditional dress 

. . . benin art . . . 

educational experience for 

the non-Nigerian. 





Black Awareness Week . . . 
without Nikki . . . lots of student 
participation . . . Greek displays 
. . . student and faculty luncheon 
. . . Mt. Zion Baptist Church 
Choir . . . Reverend Edwards and 
Gospel Ensemble. 




Jeff 

by Jenny Tenpenny Edmondson 



For most of us, getting up and 
going to class is just another part of 
our daily routine. The only prob- 
lems we have getting out of bed are 
due to hangovers from the night 
before or burning the midnight oil 
for the next day's assignments. And 
we complain loudly about both. 





But for the handicapped students 
at MTSU, just getting up and 
going to class — without a nang- 
over — is a major ordeal. 
Jeff Moore, for instance, has to 
have help getting dressed and 
into his walker to start the day. 
But he says he has no problems 
getting around at school — that 
is just part of his routine. 



"I sometimes have problems 
walking and getting up and down 
ramps, but people help you out," 
Jeff declared. 

"One time I was going back to my 
apartment from class, and I fell 
and hit my head. I don't even 
remember it, but when I came to, 
I was in my apartment. Someone 
had picked me up and brought me 
home. I still don't really remem- 
ber what happened but that's 
what we figured out," he added. 
Jeff has multiple sclerosis — a 
disease which causes a degenera- 
tion of the nervous system. But 
that does not stand in his way. 
Dean Stopinski has nicknamed 
Jeff "the notdogger" for the fast 
way he travels around campus. 
Even though Jeff finds writing 
papers a problem, he manages to 
keep his grade point average at 
2.7. He graduated from Nashville 
Overton in 1976 in the top 10 of 
his class. 

An avid Blue Raider fan, Jeff 
attends all the home games and 
some of the road games. But he 
has a cousin who plays football at 
UT Martin and another who 
wrestles for UT Chattanooga, so 
his sympathies are divided at 
times. 

When he isn't going to sports 
events, Jeff enjoys going to mov- 
ies and to concerts. 
Although Jeff is a pretty inde- 
pendent fellow, he couldn't get 
along without his roommate 
Chuck Norris, whom he has 
known for seven years. Chuck 
helps Jeff get dressed and keep 
up with paying bills and cooking. 
"I usually eat breakfast and 
lunch in the grill," Jeff said, "and 
Chuck usually cooks supper." 
But Chuck doesn't do it all — Jeff 
has his share of work to do. 
"I have to do the dishes," Jeff 
quipped. 

Other than getting wet when it 
rains and trouble moving when 
it's snowy and icy, Jeff doesn't 
have any real problems in school. 
He goes to the Wesley Founda- 
tion once a week to eat and the 
geople (especially the girls, Dean 
topinski emphasized) there help 
with getting books and research 
done in the library. And Mary Pat 
Cassidy and Janice Glascock in 



Dean Ivan Shewmake's office are 
always available to lend a hand. 
Shewmake (associate dean of stu- 
dents — men) said that most 
handicapped students are good 
students. "Some suffer culture 
shock when they first come but 
after they become acclimated 
they have few psychological 
problems." 

Shewmake also emphasized that 
there were very seldom problems 
with teachers, especially with 
classroom scheduling and outside 
work. 

"On occasion we have had to ask 
teachers to relocate a class so one 
of our handicapped students 
could attend, and the teachers are 
always willing to cooperate," 
Shewmake pointed out. "We've 
never run into a problem we 
couldn't solve — yet. ' 
In case you're wondering, Jeff is 
majoring in social work with 
minors in sociology and psychol- 
ogy- What does he plan to do 
when he gets out? Like most of 
us, he isn't really sure. "I'd like to 
help people, perhaps some kind of 
counseling or probation work. I 
don't know, just anything to help 
people." 




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From the student . 



by Jerry Williamson 



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"Come on baby ... I know you aren't supposed to be here, but you know how small a Volkswagen is. 
It's hard to get comfortable in there. Ssh . . . don't wake up the dorm director." 

"Shut the hell up out there! What the hell do you think this is — a half-night motel or something? 
Yeah I know, I know. Just have her out by morning." 
"Come in my dear, and welcome to my palace." 

"You have got to be kidding. Do you mean to tell me that you have to sleep in here? I'd rather go back 
to the Volkswagen. It's just aoout the same size. Okay . . . but this is the first and the last time I m ever 
stepping in this room again." 

' Alright, open up . . . University Police. Give me your I.D. and get the girl out of the bathroom. Both 
of you report to the dean tomorrow. We'll take this for evidence." 
Hey man, put that back . . . that cost me a Quarter." 
"Oh what do we do now? I told you that the Volkswagen was okay." 

The above is part of the everyday life of some MTSU students. You see, we have been assigned to 
differentiated housing due to trie State Board of Regents. If it were left up to the State Board of 
Regents and the University Rules Committee, at least 80 percent of MTSU students would be virgins on 
graduation day. 

You see freshmen and sophomores are assigned to either A, B or C type housing. Dorms that are "A" 
differentiated are usually known as the "Virgin Vaults." "Absolutely no women (men) permitted in this 

dormitory" are the words on a sign that 
hits you in the face day after day. Depress- 
ing isn't it? 

'B" type dorms are not quite as bad. 
Friends of the opposite sex may come into 
the lobby, but that's it . . .so you sit there 
fantasizing for the remainder of the night. 
Dorms that are "C" differentiated per- 
mit visitation two nights a week for a total 
of twelve hours. This isn't so bad, but I 
have heard dorm directors say, "don't do 
anything you can't get stopped by the time 
the master key is in the door." So there 
you are doing it with fear of the dorm 
director coming in any minute. 

In accordance with campus regulations, 
when someone visits you they must be 
wearing clothes suitable for street wear. 
Now what exactly is that? I mean, a 
flasher dresses suitable for the street, but 
when he opens his coat, it's a different pic- 
ture. 

Then there's signing in and out of the 
dorm. It's a waste of our time and the uni- 
versity's money. I cannot understand why 
the university requires it. Maybe it's like 
one guy said, "they make you sign a girl in 
and out so if she comes up pregnant and 
the father tries to squirm his way out of it, 
Housing can go back and find out who she 
was with on mat night." This may or may 
not be true, but it makes as much sense as 
the university's explanation. 

Then there's the problem of getting 
roommates out of the room. What happens 
when all three roommates want to be in 
the room alone with their partners? You 
have one of two choices ... no one gets in 
the room and everyone stays mad at each 
other or you all get together and have a 
party! The administration would probably 




call this an orgy, but we'll call it having a "good time." But these "good times" in rooms with bunkbeds 
can become a hassle so remember . . . don t do anything you can't stop by the time the master key is in 
the door." 

MTSU has got to be one of the most frigid universities around, but then again what do I know ... I 
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Written by Jeff Ellis 
Photos by Alan Loveless 

Four to six eggs, eight pieces of bacon, five sau- 
sages and grits washed down with two glasses of 
orange juice and a huge glass of milk — For most peo- 
ple that bill of fare means an entire week of breakfast 
menus. But for some MTSU Body Builders, this is an 
essential part of their training regimen. 

In the past few years, body building has grown 
from an ooscure activity practiced by relatively few 
to a sport that is growing at momentum. At MSTU a 
group of young men train almost every day to achieve 
something. Whether that something is body perfec- 
tion, increased strength or improved sports perform- 
ance, these men are "pumping Iron." 

MTSU's Pat Hannon, assistant professor in the 
department of HPERS and a body builder himself, 
says "body building is basically designed to increase 
musculature through weight training." 

Student Michael Whittaker, a HPERS major, has 
been training for four years because body building 
brings him satisfaction. "I want to develop my body 
to the best point possible," states Whittaker. 

Stan Murphy, a senior from Lewisburg who also 
works hard at building his body, feels body building is 
an unconscious desire to reach total perfection. 

Jeff Preston, a MTSU student from Gallatin who's 
also an "iron pumper," points out body building is 
unlike team sports, where there's help from players 
and coaches. In body building one has to oe the 
trainer, coach and team; and he wins by himself. 

Body building on a competitive level is divided into 
three areas: Olympic lifting, power lifting and the 

physique contest. Olympic lifting is made up of three events — the snatch, clean and jerk and 
the press. Power lifting includes the dead lift, the bench press and the squat. 

In the physique contest where body builders compete for titles such as Mr. Tennessee, Mr. 
America and Mr. World, criteria for judging is usually done on the basis of symmetry, propor- 
tion and size differentiation. Jeff Preston explained one is judged on biceps, deltoids and other 
muscles and the way they are defined from one another. 

Michael Whittaker's goal is to be Mr. Tennessee and to move to greater things. He stresses it 
is essential that body builders set certain goals or training will most likely be futile. 

Jeff Preston has competed in only two physique contests and much to his chagrin, was 
unsuccessful. "The day after the competition, I was back at the gym working out. It made me 
even more determined to improve my body. Next time, I'll be in even better shape." 

For the body builder, training can become a sort of religion. Jeff Preston trains six days a 
week while Stan Murphy trains four days a week, running on alternate days. If not running, 
Murphy skips rope ana lifts weights. 

Murphy also trains with Whittaker, who believes having a partner to work out with gives 
one a better competitive edge. "When working out with someone, they not only provide compe- 
tition but can point out weak areas," says Whittaker. "Plus, a competitor gives one more deter- 
mination to succeed." 




Michael Whittaker, HPERS major from Hartsville. 



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Jeff Preston from Gallatin, Tennessee. 



Stan Murphy, a senior from Lewis- 
burg. 

Diet also plays an impor- 
tant role in the body build- 
er's regimen. Stan Murphy- 
eats a huge breakfast, hght 
lunch and heavy supper. For 
breakfast he usually will 
have four to six eggs, bacon, 
sausage, grits, juice and 
milk. He has a problem keep- 
ing his weight up which is 
why his caloric intake is so 
high. 

Michael Whittaker has 
trouble keeping his weight 
down so he maintains a low 
intake of carbohydrates. 

Jeff Preston, who does not 
have any real problems with 
his weight is on a high pro- 
tein kick. He starts his day 
with a high protein shake 
made from six eggs, eight 
ounces of milk and one pack- 
age of Carnation instant 
breakfast. 



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The body builder deals with many stereotypes the 

public places upon him. Such as the belief that all body 

builders are vain, egotistical and self-centered. 

Although this may hold true for a small percentage, it 

does not fit the MTSU body builder. These men are 

intelligent and articulate individuals with varied 

interests. 

As the public's awareness has increased, so has the 

popularity of the sport. Much of this can be credited to 

Arnold Schwarzenegger, perhaps the best known 

exponent of body building. Schwarzenegger has helped 

to make body building a legitimate sport. 

Today there is more exposure ana recognition for the 

body builder. Pat Hannon says, "thanks to that, the 

public understands the sport of body building better." 

The average body builder is an idealist striving for 

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Derby Week 



Registration? 



There could be a schedule conflict, but then again 

. . . there's a box for everything on this 

assessment receipt card — except space for a 

prayer . . . Let's see — do I have enough money 

with my grant to cover this? . . . here's where the 

real investment goes on . . .1 thought you 

graduated last year . . . why do they call it a card 

bank if we're taking out? . . . until this problem 

came up I was ready to go back to the dorm . . . 

hey, that instructor's cool — take a chance . . . 

freshman or senior . . . does anybody know . . . 

does anybody care . . . actually, there is a card 

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Get the rundown on the runway in this major . . . 
experienced instructors pass knowledge to students 
. . . more courses should be offered . . . airport 
management or air traffic controller after 
graduation . . . flying final. 




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Agriculture 



Good student-teacher rapport . . . courses 

hard but instructors willing to help . . . worked 

the university farm when it was near the 

eummings hall field . . . got to apply work to the 

course . . . jobs from farming to greenhouses to 

veterinarians . . . might help on the milk run for 

the dairy or make the rounds of campus 

cafeterias . . . only one credit for Dairy Cattle 

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Biology 



Lectures are on Chapter 8 but the 

lab is still on Chapter 3 . . . pass 

the disecting kit . . . prepares for 

fields ranging from teaching to 

medicine . . . genetics a hard 

course . . . Ichthyology . . . why 

are those future biologists picking 

up newspapers. 





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Chemistry and 
Physics 



Challenge this chemist or physicist 

— shorten the labs . . . can't 

accomplish what is expected . . . 

exciting how the energy subshells 

fill . . . quantum mechanics and 

qualitative analysis . . . inert or not 

to inert . . . the question . . . turn 

down the bunsen burner . . . put the 

goggles on! 




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Industrial 
Studies 



More than just building a book 

shelf . . . learn through 

experience . . . program demands 

a lot of time . . . book knowledge 

secondary to practical experience 

. . . environmental science and 

technology . . . pre-architectural 

and pre-engineering . . . 

preparing for automation with 

electro mechanical emphasis . . . 

this is what Industrial Studies is 

about. 





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Mass Communications 



There is some great equipment around here . . . 
but where . . . feels like a real studio . . . "wait 
for speed" . . . great professors, what few there 
are. . . students and their egos . . . 
pronunciation of classical composers . . . 
electronic news editing will keep things up . . . 
sixteen tracks or tons . . . Channel 5 needs me 
. . . "deal with it" . . . roll tape . . . Syl-laba-loo! 




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Computer Science and 
Mathematics 



Program well planned, professional . . . courses very 

hard and time consuming . . . some say too many 

requirements . . . derivation of quadratic formula 

. . . computers need social security numbers too. 




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Military Science 



Rappel down Forrest Hall . . . 
Warrior of the Pacific . . . close- 
order drills . . . "they say that in the 
Army, the pay is awfully good, they 
give you $50 and take back $49; Oh 
Lord, I wanna go." . . . I don't know 
what I believe . . . I'll be home by 
Christmas Eve. 




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Nursing 




Students concerned for those in need 
. . . enjoy helping people . . . courses 
hard, grading scale inflexible, but it 
has to be that way . . . communica- 
tions between instructors and students 
not the best . . . could help under- 
standing if improved . . . high percent- 
age pass the state board examinations 
after completing the courses here . . . 
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School of Business 





Accounting and 
Information Systems 



Never will finish all these requirements in 
four years . . . especially since the department 
doesn't want its students to start accounting 
courses in the freshman year . . .so many 
homework assignments . . . teachers are hard 
to find . . . the problems are so time- 
consumming . . . good with math . . . stick it 
out, problems and all. 



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School of Business 



Business Education, 

Distributive m 
Education and Office 
Management 



Never will remember all this . . . where are the 

teachers when needed . . . lost so many credits as a 

transfer student — department could be better 

organized, let transfers know exactly what courses 

are needed . . . Women in Business (it's about time!) 

. . . some of the teachers really care; even call a 

person by name . . . the department isn't so bad after 

all. 





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Economics and 
Finance 



Down with economic illiteracy 
. . . work on consulting service 
. . . this department complements 
other areas . . . Madam Chairman 
. . . workshop for constitutional 
convention delegates . . . 
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Can't lose with a major like marketing . . . great 

job opportunities ... so many fields from which 

to chose . . . can't lose, can't chose . . . run with 

typical business efficiency . . . sometimes lost in 

the explanation of business formulas . . . 

instructor shouldn't get mad when student can't 

understand ... a lot of business theory passes 

over the chalk streaks. 





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Art 



No nude models . . . this is the 

Bible belt . . . need another job to 

pay for supplies . . . will have to 

perfect the scratchboard 

technique ... no more faulty 

kilns at the Art Barn . . . 

commercial art students are 

artists too. 




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Criminal Justice 



Concerns about community treatment . . . ask 

whether discretion is better part of enforcement . . . 

rights of the abused child and wife a big topic here 

. . . manpower deployment and response time are 

crucial considerations . . . some correctional 

institutions and county jails are a crime in themselves 

. . . majors get the benefit of opinions from around 

the country . . . controversies concerning regional 

jails are covered. 





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Education and 
Library Science 



Wonder if all these courses will 

ever be used . . . Clothing and 

Man: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 

... so many handouts — guess 

the students need them . . . would 

like to major in special ed; that's 

where the money is . . . the 

questions those 5-year-olds can 

ask . . . now let's hear it for the 

Dewey Decimal System . . . 

345.75. . . Books for Children, 

Books for Young People . . . 

Books for Adults . . . hell, there's 

a book for everyone. 





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Health, Physical 

Education, 

Recreation and Safety 



Heat the pool, not the room . . . karate . . . 

rhythmic activities for children . . . 100-mile club 

. . . kinesiology prerequisite: Biology 210 . . . 

physiology of exercise . . . understanding the 

various systems of exercise . . . student teach in 

Haiti or South America . . . can minor in dance . . . 

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Home Economics 



Fashion designing . . . this is the place . . .but 

the place is on the other side of Tennessee 

Boulevard. . . merchandising courses . . .must 

sell that dress after it's made . . . hate those 

required science courses . . . need those required 

science courses for a foods and nutrition major 

. . . gotta keep up with the latest fashions . . . 

can't the department schedule more fashion 

classes . . . treatment like eighth-graders. 





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Music 





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An addition to the building is coming . . .about time 
. . . choral and instrumental instruction . . . pep band 
and jazz ensemble . . . put another nickle in . . .an 
expression that transcends verbal communication . . . 
where would movies be without soundtracks . . . no 
need to categorize music into pop or classical ... a 
musician is more than just an operator of an 
instrument . . . can help in music retail or 
management. . . Nashville is close . . . or is it? 



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Psychology 



Where else for a personality class . . . not 
exactly like the situation comedy on television 
. . . the instructor's somewhat lacking . . .curve 
the grade, that's great, but please explain the 
grading system . . . never mind . . . found out 
more than a bachelor's degree is needed for the 
job. . . some of the time spent on ink blot jokes 
. . . can't wait for the fifty minute hour. 



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English 







Well-balanced program . . . 

half the courses are 

interesting, half are boring 

. . . one of the best 

departments of its kind in 

the state . . . book reviews 

for the Dame's Club . . . will 

probably ban this section for 

vagueness. 




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Foreign 
Languages 



Majoring in a foreign language — 

very promising . . . could lead to 

foreign diplomacy . . . recorder in 

lab could use a tape in it . . . 

where are those lab assistants . . . 

three years of Spanish in high 

school . . . "one-eleven's" an easy 

A . . . besame mucho, sehorita 

. . . amo tu, muchacho . . . hope 

to visit Europe this summer . . . 

it's like they have a different 

word for everything over there 

. . . parlez-vous . . . discrepancy 

deutsch. 





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Geography and Earth Science 



Find the faults of the earth . . . stress 

familiarity with the physical 

environment . . . take a goodesie opinion 

survey . . . someone said awareness of 

geographic location and boundaries of 

countries needs emphasis . . . how does 

one spell base relief ... on the other 

hand, a major fault of the earth is 

preferred . . . earthquakes, floods and 

other natural disasters change the face of 

the world and of the people affected. 





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History 



Want to know about family's roots . . . who doesn't? 
. . . don't want children to grow up without knowing 
how it was 200 years ago today ... or any day . . . 
documents from World War II . . .trip to New 
Orleans, saw King Tut . . . Role playing? . . . Attila 
the Hun . . . desperate diplomacy . . . Thank God the 
Bicentennial is over. 



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Political Science 



Want to make lots of money . . . want to do some- 
thing useful in society . . . didn't that channel 4 ana- 
lyst start here . . . want to use program as a stepping 
stone into politics ... lot of graduates in state gov- 
ernment . . . plan to be a good lawyer . . . lots of 
hard work . . . comparative politics and international 
diplomacy as it applies to fallen atomic-powered satel- 
lites. 




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Sociology and 
Anthropology 



Introduction to Sociology . . . Problems of 

Minority Groups . . . "according to the subject's 

social economic status . . ." close encounter 

groups . . .oh, she's found my weak spot . . . 

authentic dinosaur fossil . . . Primitive 

Technologies and Patterns of Survival. 



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Speech therapy really helpful . . . 

instructors help overcome real and 

imaginary impediments but I can't 

seem to lose my Tennessee twang . . . 

want to make it in theater with a profit 

. . . be a star . . . but oh, those 

auditions are rough on the nerves . . . 

entertains campus and community 

with plays all through the year . . . 

Opryland here I come! 







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Speech and Theatre 






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Philosophy and Religious Studies 






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Senior C 







Who's Who 



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Yvonne Long 
Dunlap, Tenn. 
Biology 



Shirley Walker 
Lewisburg, Tenn. 
Sociology 




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Unionville.Tenn. 

Mass Communications 

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Sparta, Tenn. 

Agriculture 

John Bliven 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Mass Communications 



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Jennifer Scruggs 
Altamont, Tenn. 
Elementary Education 




Rickey Smith 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Finance 



115 

Who's Who 



Terrie Merritt 
Maryville, Tenn. 
Social Work 



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116 

Who's Who 




Ardena Garth 
Chattanooga, Term. 
Political Science 



Alan Betz 

Lawrenceuerg, Tenn. 
Pre-Law 



117 

Who's Who 



Theresa Schuetze 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

Marketing 




118 

Who's Who 




Not Pictured: 

Paula Jo Bevels 

A ngela Maria B levins 

Michael Lynn Dagley 

Beth Ann Davenport 

Rose Martene Davenport 

Daniel Eugene Dunkleburger 

Gary A lien Ellis 

Mark Correy Goodrich 

William Steve Haston 

William Jerry Hayes 

Margaret Joyce Heath 

Brad William Homsby 

Deborah Faye Jackson 

Brian Dale Lamkin 

Laura Anne Lewis 

Michael E. McDonald 

David A aron Marlowe 

Stanley Richard Martin 

Dawayne Howard Mason 

Vickie Delores Mayberry 

Gerald Lynn Melton 

Caroline Jane Miller 

Threasa Kay Miller 

Michael A lien Moore 

Melissa Karen Rush 

Sharon Lynn Sharp 

Karen Elizabeth Snelson 

William Wade Sugg 

Michael Wayne Thomas 

Phyllis Denise Veazey 



Pam Smith 

Jackson, Tenn. 

Business Education 



119 

Who's Who 



Nancy Adkins 

Boh Akin 

Will Alcorn 

Mark Aid rich 

Margaret Alexander 



Marty Beth Arvin 

James Atkelson 

James E. Bailey 

Pricilla Baker 

Margo Banks 




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Donna Baeigalupo 
Jerry Baker 
Donna Ballard 
Phyllis Barlow- 
Sharon Barlow 




Diane Boner 

Cathy Bouldin 

Jimmie K. Bouldin 

Denise Bowden 

Gail Bowman 



121 

Graduate 



Randy Box 

Bobby Boyce 

Sara Boyce 

Deborah Boyte 

Donna Brake 



Anne Bunyan 

Sherrie Bunch 

Bob Burrafato 

Sarah Bydalek 

Debbie Caldwell 




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Kim Carpenter 
Cindy Cate 
Marty Cathey 
Sherrie Cothron 







Judy Claude 

Carlos Clemente 

Becky Clifton 

Catherine Cobb 

Jeff Cohen 



Catherine Coley 

Carolyn Colombo 

Jeff Combos 

Sharon Cook 

Tanya Cook 



Laura Corbin 

Debbie Corley 

Tony Cothron 

John Creech 

Marsha Crowder 



Jackie Chatman 
Rebecca Chin 
Walter Chitwood 
Peter Clarke 
Theresa Clarke 




123 

Graduate 



Steve Cashion 

Johnny Carter 

Terri Carr 

Carol Campbell 

Bonnie Campbell 



Sherry J. Davis 

Steve Davis 

Janet Dean 

Clint Dennison 

Amy Donahue 




124 
Graduate 




Sharon Ferrell 
Rene Fisher 

Katherine File 

Nancy Fitch 

Sue Fisher 



125 

Graduate 



Tim Florence 

Mike Floyd 

Patrick Flynn 

Carla Foster 

Hollv Freeman 



Teresa Geralds 

Debbie Gibbons 

Linda Gilham 

Edward Gilhootey 

Lu Ann Gillespie 




126 

I uate 



Joe Gil more 

Ronald R. Glasgow 

Richard Goad 

Mark Goodrich 



Mary Gordon 

Deana Graham 

Tanya Graham 

Mary Grant 

Sandra Grant 




Susan Graves 
Libby Green 
Glenna Grizzle 
Mary Beth Gunter 
John Habel 



Joan Hall 
Kim Hall 
Susan Hall 
Debbie Harrell 
Bernest Harris 




William S. Haston 
Steve Head 
Joy Heath 
Kathy Hemmerly 
Jan Henson 



127 

Graduate 



Bruce Hester 

Melissa Hewitt 

Vanessa Higdon 

Jeffery Hill 

Vick'i Hill 



Sandra Huskey 

Lou Ann Hutto 

David Hutton 

Deborah Jackson 

John Janey 



128 
Graduate 




Charlie Jaycox 
Rebecca Jenkins 
Jimmy Jennings 

Julie Jennings 
Eddie Jernigan 




129 

Graduate 



Garry La Fever 




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Brian Lamkin 


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Vicky Lannom 


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Jeff Law 


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Cathy Locke 

Karen Long 

Jerry Lumpkins 

Andrew McClarney 

Teresa McCollum 




Vanessa McFarland 

Joyce Mcintosh 

Joe McLemore 

Cheri McMullin 



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130 
raduate 




Joan Merriman 

Terri Merritt 

Sandra Metz 

Mike Meyerrose 

Barbara Midgett 



131 

Graduate 



April Miller 

Theresa Miller 

Wanda Miller 

Glenda Mitchell 

Melinda Mitchell 



Melinda Moore 

Judy Moorefield 

James Morrison 

Stephen Moorman 

Kym Morgan 




Lawrence Nave 

James Neal 

Johnny Newman 

Joyce Newman 



132 

Graduate 




Pamela Paul 

Cheryl Payne 

Kimberly Pearce 

Danny Pearson 

Dean Pearson 



133 

Graduate 



Donald Peek 

Debby Perry 

Mike Perry 

Terry Petty 

Steve Philpott 



Jerry Puckett 

Mary Ruth Pugh 

Nancy Qui nby 

Karen Quinlisk 

Susan Ragsdale 




George Remias 

Jo Ann Reynolds 

James Richardson 



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134 

Uiate 



Janice Richardson 

Marsha Richardson 

Virginia Rivers 

Ricky Roberts 

Mike A. Robinson 




135 

Graduate 



Martha Serafin 
Cecelia Shankle 

Charles Shaw 
Gerald Skelton 

Mark Simpson 



Trenton C. Smith 

Wanda Smith 

Pam Smithson 

Denise Snell 

Karen Snelson 




136 

! uate 




137 

Graduate 



Lydia Ten|>enny 

' Shain Terrell 

Margo Tesch 

Laura Thomas 

Michael Thomas 



Roger Vandergriff 

Susan Vann 

Barry Vassar 

Valerie Vaughn 

Cindy Vetetoe 




138 

luate 



Debbie Vincent 
Charles Waddell 
Chrislee Walker 

Shirley Walker 
Tom Walker 




Darlene Williams 
Patty Williams 
Susan Willoughby 
Portia Wills 
Tom Winter 



139 

Graduate 



Carol Wilson 

Greg Wilson 

Katie Wilson 

Vickie Wilson 



Alvis Winsett 

Bill Woehler 

Chitura Wokpara 

Don Wood 



Judy Woodcock 

Sharon Wooten 

Patricia Wooten 

Kimberly Wright 



Jill Wyatt 

Randy York 

Kim Young 

Nanette Young 




140 

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Robert Abernathy 

Jeff Abramovitz 

Diane Adams 



Donald Adams 

Melinda Adams 

Mike Adams 



Silas Adams 

William Adams 

Bonnie Adcox 



Carolyn Adcock 

Matt Adkins 

Andrew Adler 



Gary Adler 

Cindy Albert 

Patrick Albright 




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Enrollment at 9,700 

by Ben Eubanks 

Enrollment at MTSU this year is likely to go over 
9,700 students this year because of a 12 per cent 
increase in freshmen students. 

Final figures are unavailable because of late regis- 
trants, but Cliff Gillespie, Dean of Admission and 
Records, said that "with 150 students added on Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, we'll probably have over 9,700." 

Gillespie credits the growth in the freshmen class 
( an increase of 200, from 1,743 to 1,855) to improved 
recruiting by the faculty, ASB and other organiza- 
tions which took an active part such as bringing high 
school groups on campus last spring. 

Gillespie expressed concern over the fact that the 
number of returning students has dropped off. "Of 
the possible number of students who could come back 
this year, fewer came back than in previous years." 

Graduate and transfer students contributed to the 
increase from last year's enrollment of 9452. New stu- 
dents entering the graduate schools increased by 38 
percent, from 245 to 338. Transfer students, mostly 
upperclassmen, increased by 2.2 per cent. 




142 

Undergraduate 




Sheree Alcorn 
William Aldrich 
Cheryl Alexander 
Edwin Alexandrall 



Karen Alexander 
David Alexandra 
Vivienne Allard 
Bonnie Allen 



Carol Ann Allen 
Dannyl Allen 
David Allen 
Debi Allen 




Dion Allen 
Donald Allen 
Lauren Allen 
Linda Alley 
Martha Allen 
Diana Allison 



Randy Allison 
Darlene Amacher 
Lisa Amacher 
Andy Anderson 
Andy Anderson 
Jeff Anderson 



Jerry Anderson 
Lisa Anderson 
Lorinda Anderson 
Mary Anderson 
Patrick Anderson 
Theresa Anderson 



Tony Anderson 
Valeria Anderson 
Steve Andreocci 
Helen Andrews 
Jean Andrews 
Phyllis Andrews 



Mark Anthony 
Dawn Apps 
Ann Arbuckle 
Denise Arbuckle 
Sarah Arbuckle 
Jim Archer 



143 

Undergraduate 



Jerry Armstrong 

Rhonda Armstrong 

David Arnetto 

Antonia Arnold 

David Arnold 

Chris Arrowood 



Greg Artis 

Dirk Ash 

Kay Ash 

Tara Asher 

Doris Aslinger 

Mike Atchley 



Vicki Atkinson 
Jada Austin 

John Van Atta 
Tom Avaritt 

Charles Avent 
James Ayers 



Sharon Badgett 

Lee Baggett 

Regina Baggett 

Pat Bagsby 

Denise Bagwell 

Kenny Bailey 



Nickey Bailey 

Robbie Bailey 

Deborah Baker 

Darek Baker 

David Baker 

Oscar Baker 



Rex Baker 

Sharon Baker 

John Ball 

Jeff Ballantine 

William Ballenger 

Elizabeth Barber 



Richard Barber 

Glenn Barnhill 

Janet Barnard 

Carey Barnes 

Connie Barnes 

Michael Barnes 



Patricia Bates 
Phil Barnes 
Dale Barnett 
Chris Barrett 
John Barrett 
Mary Barrett 



Patti Barrett 

Nancy Barron 

Julie Barry 

Patrick Bartkus 

Nancy Barton 

Amanda Bass 



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144 

Undergraduate 




Shirley Bass 
Thomas Bates 
Virginia Bates 
Michael Baxter 
Michael Bean 
Glenda Beard 



Robert Beard 
Stan Bearden 
Vivian Bearden 
Forrest Beasley 
Jennifer Beavers 
Thomas Beavers 



Deborah Beavert 
Beth Beck 
Steve Beck 
Jeff Beeler 
Arbar Behnam 
Cathy Belcher 



Debbie Belcher 
Lynn Belk 
Betty Bell 
Danny Bell 
John Bell 
Patricia Bell 



Jim Bellefant 
Gail Bennett 
Pamela Bennett 
Robin Bennett 
Suzy Bennett 
Brad Berlin 



Mike Berry 
Amy Bettis 
Gregg Bettis 
Melodie Bidwell 
Wilma Bilderback 
Joe Bills 



Bruce Binkley 
Sheila Binkley 
Linda Birchett 
Trudie Birdwell 
Bobby Bishop 
Brick Bishop 



Charles Bishop 
Debbie Bishop 
Sharon Bivens 
Alan Black 
Beverly Black 
Lloyd Black well 



James Blair 
Karen Blakely 
Susan Bland 
Jana Blankenship 
Beth Blasingame 
Bobbv Ble isoe 



145 

Undergraduate 



Vickie Bledsoe 

Christy Bleecker 

Deloris Blevins 

David Block 

Susan Block 

Dave Blosser 



Laura Bobbitt 

Marcia Bobeik 

Gary Bobeik 

Jimmy Bobo 

Patty Bohrman 

Nancy Bolen 



Wayne Bone 

Joyce Bonner 

Patsy Bonner 

Gwen Booth 

Cathy Boone 

Joseph Bowers 



Joan Bower 
Tonna Bowie 
Michael Box 
Karen Boyle 
Kerry Boyce 

Mary Boyce 




Cedric Boyd 

Nikki Boyd 

Laurie Boyles 

Deborah Boyle 



Paul Bracey 

Deborah Braden 

Phaitheon Braden 

Maudean Bradford 



Virginia Bradford 

Ellen Branden 

James Brandt 

Stephanie Brannon 



Loura Brantley 

Dani Brashear 

Teresa Braswell 

Jim Bratcher 




146 

Undergraduate 






Leamon Bratten 
Steve Brazier 
Carol Breece 
Jody Brewer 
John Brewer 
Larry Brewer 



Gill Brewster 
Dennis Brice 
Becky Briggs 
Mary Lou Briggs 
Donna Broadway 
Earl Broadway 



Steve Broadway 
Betty Brock 
Susan Broker 
David Brooks 
Steve Brooks 
Cherry Brothers 



Sherry Brothers 
Grace Browder 
Anita Brown 
Betsy Brown 
Brenda Brown 
Carolyn Brown 



147 

Undergraduate 



Connie Brown 
Cynthia Brown 
Debbie Brown 
Lisa Brown 
Lynne Brown 
Joseph Brown 



Nancy Brown 

Pamela Brown 

Paula Brown 

Penny Brown 

Rita Brown 

Suzzane Brown 



Tujuanna Brown 

William Brown 

Diana Browning 

Ted Broyles 

Jay Bruce 

Johnny Bruce 



Ken Bruce 

David Brunner 

David Brunson 

Horton Brumlow 

Cheryl Buck 

Phillip Buck 



Bruce Buchanan 
Kathy Bryan 





Rodney Bryson 
Tim Buckley 



Joel Buckner 
Benita Bugg 



Marie Bugg 
Mike Bullard 



Dwight Burch 
LeeAnn Bunch 









148 

Undergraduate 




Terry Burkhalter 
Pat Burks 
Susan Burge 
Stanley Burks 
Bonnie Burnett 
Jimmy Burns 



Paul Burns 
Rusty Burns 
Debbie Burress 
Debbie Bush 
William Bush 
Pete Butler 



Kenneth Butner 
Teresa Buttrey 
Ellen Byrd 
Phillip Byrd 
Scotty Byrd 
Donna Byrn 



Rick Caf fy 
Jeff Cain 
Gigi Cameron 
Bob Campbell 
Helen Campbelle 
Paul Campbell 



Kathy Campbell 
Joe Canada 
James Cannon 
Bill Cantrell 
Cathy Cantrell 
David Cantrell 



Gwen Cantrell 
Kim Cantrell 
Stephen Cantrell 
Tim Cantrell 
Edmund Capron 
Dave Carangie 



Lisa Carey 
Ken Carmichael 
Jeff Carnahan 
Bernard Carney 
Alan Carter 
Carmen Carter 



Carol Carter 
Cheryl Carter 
Date Carter 
Edward Carter 
Terry Carter 
Viole Carter 



Gerri Carr 
Kem Carr 
Jeri Carroll 
Charles Caruth 
Dorsey Carver 
Stan Casey 



149 

Undergraduate 



Mary Pat Cassidy 

Janet Cato 

Linda Cato 

Pedro Catoni 



Joe Caudle 

Lorraine Cerkoff 

Edward Cerovski 

Mindy Cesnik 



Richard Chaffin 

Reed Chambers 

Vicky Chambers 

Richard Chandler 




Teresa Chandler 

Jeff Chaplin 

Daniel Chapman 

Martin Chapman 

Sheila Chapman 

Bill Chappell 



Keith Chappell 

Christi Chauncey 

Dana Cheshier 

Melody Chester 

Roger Childress 

Sharon Childress 



Jeff Chinander 

Eddie Chisholm 

George Choate 

Fredrick Chomilo 

Donna Chrisman 

Paul Christie 



Mike Christman 

Donald Chumney 

Barry Chumley 

Wyona Clayborne 

Jerry Clack 

Mike Claiborne 



Allyson Clark 
Cindy Clark 

Horace Clark 
Janet Clark 

Michael Clark 
Ricky Clark 




150 

Undergraduate 



Raids may force 
disciplinary action 

by John Pitts 

Although the university has been "restrained" in 
dealing with a recent rash of nighttime incidents out- 
side residence halls, "obviously we're going to have to 
do something soon," Associate Dean of Students Ivan 
Shewmake said yesterday. 

"I really don't know what we're going to do . . . it's 
getting to the place where we're going to have to 
respond," Shewmake said about the month-long series 
of "panty raids" and "jock raids" that have been tak- 
ing place outside the dorms at night. 

According to the dean, "we felt that if we showed 
restraint that this thing would simply cease of its own 
accord . . . but from being out there, it's obvious it's 
not ceasing." 

The first report of a panty raid on campus this 
semester was Sept. 12, Shewmake said. "The majority 
of nights since then there has been some kind of raid," 
Shewmake added. 

On Monday night, university police surrounded I 
Dorm to await the return of 30-35 male students on a 
midnight panty raid, Shewmake said. 

"That was the third run they had made that night 
... on the first two raids, we just worried about get- 
ting the people back into the dorms," the dean said. 

No jocks, just rocks 

Residents of two male dorms greeted some "jock 
raiders" last night with a hail of rocks and bottles, 
putting a quick end to the second such raid in a week. 

Despite the cool temperatures outside, at least nine 
girls assembled at Cummings Hall and made the short 
dash to H and I halls in a female version of the tradi- 
tional panty raid. 

Instead of jocks, the girls found themselves dodg- 
ing an assortment of objects being thrown at them. 
Two girls were drenched by a bucket of water thrown 
by H Hall residents. 

A panty raid started forming a few minutes later 
near Clement Hall. About 15 males had gathered for a 
raid on Gracy Hall, but they scattered when a Univer- 
sity Police car arrived on the scene. 




Sharon Clark 
Sam Clark 
Joy Clay 



Gail Clemons 
Peggy Clemons 
Bill Cliff 



Barton Close 
Helen Mary Clouse 
Vickie Clouse 



Debi Coady 
Sharon Coats 
Al Cobb 



Betsy Cobb 
Mark Cobb 
Richard Coco 



151 

Undergraduate 



Cellia Coggins 

Matt Cognata 

Jeff Cohn 

Allen Cole 

Almedia Cole 

Bryan Cole 



Edith Cole 

Lynn Cole 

Kimberly Cole 

Sandra Cole 

Carlotte Coleman 

David Coleman 



Larry Coleman 

Sylvia Coleman 

Tim Collins 

Doug Collins 

David Collins 

Keith Collins 



Kevin Collins 

Leonard Collins 

Connie Combs 

Tim Commers 

Paulette Compton 

Cynthia Conaster 



Brian Connell 

Mike Connelly 

Robert Connelly 

Linda Coode 

Lori Cooley 

Randle Cook 



Rhonda Cook 

Susan Cook 

Susan K. Cook 

Tammy Cook 

Wayne Cook 

Kevin Coombes 



Carol Cooper 

Denise Cooper 

Katrina Cooper 

Thomas Cope 

Hallie Coppedge 

Libby Coppedge 



Gareth Cornelius 

David Cothran 

Stief Counts 

Russell Covey 

Sharon Coyle 

Pam Craddock 



Kathy Craig 

Paul Craig 

Michelle Crantek 

David Crawford 

Judy Crawford 

Kelli Creekbanm 




152 

Undergraduate 




GlennaCribbs 
Lori Crick 
Denise Crim 
Thomas Crimi 
Beth Cripps 
Lisa Cripps 



Lorna Cripps 
Vivian Crittender 
Cathy Crook 
Lynn Crosby 
Linda Cross 
Terry Crotzer 



Kathy Crouch 
Russell Crouch 
Re nee Crow 
Michael Crowe 
Jennifer Crowell 
Sharon Crowell 



William Crowther 
Tom Csisza 
Bill Cude 
Sherry Cul breath 
Pamela Cull 
Robert Culley 



Lisa Cullum 
Renee Cummings 
Betsy Cummings 
Cindy Cunningham 
Dalise Curtis 
Dan Curtis 



Huldah Currey 
Karen Curtis 
Robert Curtis 
Sharon Curtis 
Jill Cushman 
Tony Dabbs 



J. B. Daley 
Ronnie Dalton 
Miriam Daly 
Dampha 

Khosrow Dashtban 
Donna Durall 



Stanley Dunn 
Ricky Fisher 
Karen Harden 
Beth Harrell 
Trudy Hickerson 
Karen Holt 



Christy Lovelace 
Kevin Lowder 
Debra Wilbourne 
Brenda Wilburn 
Andrew Wileczek 
Cindy Wigley 



153 

Undergraduate 



Keith Daughrity 

Amy Davenport 

Sherrie Davenport 

Jeff Davidson 

Arturo Davilla 

Anthony Davis 



Dale Davis 

Denise Davis 

Edward Davis 

Gary Davis 

Greg Davis 

Larry Davis 



Mona Davis 

Richard Davis 

Tanya Davis 

Thomas Davis 

Lisa Dawson 

Jeannie Day 



Jackie Dean 

Judy Deckard 

Melinda Deckbar 

Sam Decoursey 

Thomas Delbridge 

Shelia Delk 



Ben Deming 

Clarence Demonbreun 

Susan Denny 

Katie Devine 

Melinda Delashmitt 

James DeLong 



Kellye DeMatteo 

Jeff DeVasher 

Budttiphandh Dhirachat 

Phillip Davenport 

Keith Dickens 

Vicki Dickens 



Allen Dickerson 

Debra Diefenbach 

Jeannie Dillingham 

Phillip Dillingham 

Suzanne Dillingham 

Patsy Dobbins 



Janet Dodd 

Michael Dodd 

Yvonne Dodson 

Laurie Donaldson 

James Donston 

Jeff Doran 



Charles Dorris 

Suzzane Dorris 

Joy Dorsey 

John Dotson 

Stephen Dotson 

Phyllis Dougan 




154 

Undergraduate 






Donna Douglass 
Jim Douglas 
Susan Douglas 
Denise Dover 
Randy Dowell 
Becky Doyle 



Teresa Drake 
Vicki Dretchen 
Kevin Driver 
Kim Driver 
Susan Driver 
William Dubray 



Sarah Ducker 
Michael Dugan 
James Duke 
Mary Duke 
Randy Duke 
Terry Dukes 



Dianna Dunavan 
David Duncan 
Dinah Duncan 
Thomas Duncan 
Jerri Dunlap 
David R. Dunn 



155 

Undergraduate 



Catherine Durham 

Crystal Durham 

Larry Durham 

Leslie Dye 

Carl Dyer 

Laurie Eakes 



Roselyn Easley 

Allen East 

Lucy Eastman 

Audrey Eaton 

Marcus Eaton 

Frank Ehel 



Jeff Eddie 

Joyce Edgeman 

Bobbie Edmondson 

Beth Edwards 

Debbie Edwards 

Glenn Edwards 



Pat Edwards 

Reginald Edwards 

Teresa Edwards 

Terry Edwards 

Anne Eggar 

Allen Eklund 



Danita Elliot 

Debra Ellis 

Diane Ellis 

Gwyne Ellis 

Jeff Ellis 

Tim Ellis 



Kathy Elmer 

Debra Elmore 

Steve Elwell 

Don Embry 

Lucia Emerson 

Lauren Emery 



Glen Emery 

Bonnie Emrick 

Kerry Emrick 

Deron Ernst 

Cheryl Ervin 

Susan Essary 



Terri Eskew 

Brenda Estes 

Susan Estes 

Vincent Estes 

Anthony Ethridge 

Ben Eubanks 



Debra Evans 

Daniel Evans 

Sharon Evans 

Sheryl Evans 

Kent Evetts 

Daina Evins 




156 

Undergraduate 




Sheila Ezell 
Kenneth Falkner 
Polly Fannon 
Nicholas Fariello 
Jenny Farmer 
Mark Farmer 



Melissa Farmer 
Chris Farr 
Robert Farrar 
Vickie Farrar 
Cindy Farris 
Debbie Farst 



Dawn Faught 
Lisa Fautheree 
Mary Jo Feldhaus 
Greg Felker 
Tom Fernandez 
Debbie Ferrell 



Glenda Ferrell 
Kathy Ferrell 
Lynne Ferrell 
Susan Fesmire 
Ricky Field 
Tracy Fields 



Lisa Fielden 
Rhonda Fielden 



Tim Finch 
Melissa Finney 



Bard Fisher 
Ivy Fisher 



James Fisher 
Lawanna Fisher 



Linda Fisher 
Polly Fisher 



157 

Undergraduate 



Ann Fite 

Curtis Fitts 

Nancy Fitzgerald 



Mary Fletcher 
Jaynie Flippen 

Emory Florence 



Karen Flowers 

Patrice Floyd 

Patty Floyd 



Lee Ann Floyd 

Margaret Flury 
Susan Fly 



Monica Forbes 

Debbie Ford 

Greg Ford 



Steven Hill 

Trina Oeser 

Kevin McGee 




Parking still painful 

by Steve Miller 

Along with overcrowded dorms, the horrors of reg- 
istration, and all the usual red tape at MTSU comes 
the perennial problem of campus parking. 

"The problem," according to Sgt. Clair Hendrikson, 
of the university police, "is that people don't want to 
walk from the Greenland and High Rise parking 
lots." Hendrikson said that these commuter lots 
always have spaces available. The problem comes 
when commuters park in spaces designated for dorm 
residents. Parking tickets written Thursday included 
a notation that spaces were available in these lots. 

There are only 1,400 to 1,500 spaces available for 
dorm residents. It will be about a month before it is 
known if this is enough. "I would like to see more 
parking places," said Hendrikson, "but there is no 
place to put them." 

"MTSU has a better parking situation than any 
other state university," said Hendrikson. UT Knox- 
ville charges $50 per year for a parking sticker that 
guarantees a parking space. "We could do the same 
thing," said Hendrikson, "but we would need a lot of 
reserve space and some type of control." 




158 

Undergraduate 




Catherine Forkum 
Wayne Forkum 
Robby Forrest 
William Forrister 



Paul Forster 
Robert Forsythe 
Donald Foster 
Doyle Foster 



Howell Foster 
Lynn Foster 
Sharon Foster 
Sherry Foster 




Dana Foust 
Mary Foust 
Robbie Foutch 
Joe Fowler 
Earl Fowlkes 
Bettye Sue Fox 



Russell Fox 
Tawana France 
Darlene Francis 
John Frankhouser 
Bruce Franks 
Cathy Frazier 



Kaye Frazier 
Timothy Free 
Diane Freeman 
Teresa Freeman 
Dorris Freeman 
James Freeze 



David Freitag 
Ellen French 
Pat Freudenthal 
John Frost 
Mike Frost 
Marsha Fulghum 



Kathy Fulton 
Carla Fuqua 
Susan Furnace 
Andra Fuson 
Melissa Fussell 
Terri Gaddy 



159 

Undergraduate 



Steve Gadsey 

Mike Gallagher 

James Galloway 

Mary Lee Ganigan 

Sonya Gannon 

Tim Gannon 



Chenita Gant 

Vickie Gant 

William Gant 

Barbara Gardner 

George Garner 

Tony Garner 



William Garner 

Deborah Garrison 

Julie Gary 

Helen Gass 

Terri Gates 

Thomas Gavlick 



John Gaylor 

Larry Geiger 

Sharon Geldrick 

Vickie Gher 

Ronnie George 

Beverly Golden 



Richard Gibbons 

Evelyn Gibson 

Gene Gibson 

Lisa Gibson 

Pamela Gibson 

Peggy Gibson 



Angela Gilbert 

Ellen Gilbert 

Jesse Gilbert 

Mary Ann Gilbert 

Beverly Giles 

Kenneth Gilliam 



Regina Gilliam 

Mary Gil more 

Lisa Givens 

Ross Givens 

Donna Glover 

Brent Gobbell 



Tommy Goddard 

Carrie Goforth 

Etoria Goggins 

Carol Golden 

Stephen Goldstein 

Donna Gonce 



Monica Gonn 

Bernice Gooch 

Christy Goode 

Glyndiakay Good 

Kathy Good 

Sandra Good 





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160 

Undergraduate 




Paula A. Goode 
Barbara Goodloe 
Linda Goodloe 
Becky Goodman 
Jerry Goodman 
Jerry Goodwin 



Mark Gorbett 
Mark Gordon 
Eddie Gossage 
Melinda Gould 
Robert Gourley 
Brian Grace 



Rhonda Graham 
Gregg Granade 
Joe Grandstaf f 
Joseph Grant 
Erick Graves 
Jeff Graves 



Lyle Graves 
Richard Graves 
Keith Gray 
Mike Gray 
Cynthia Green 
John Green 



Ed Gregory 
Mark Gregory 
Leigh Green 
Leonora Green 
Richard Green 
Robert Green 



Sid Greene 
Tonda Green 
Elaine Greer 
Jackie Greer 
Terri Greer 
Joe Gregory 



Tojo Gregory 
Brenda Griffin 
Charles Griffin 
Jimmy Griffin 
Bob Griffis 
Lisa Griffith 



Theresa Griffith 
Mark Griggs 
Anthony Grimes 
Carolyn Grissom 
Mike Grissom 
David Griswold 



Joel Griswold 
Debra Griva 
Julie Grizzle 
Michael Grooms 
Mary Elaine Gustatson 
Gwendolyn Gwynne 



161 

Undergraduate 



Charles Hackett 

Ted Hackett 

Retha Haddock 

Kenneth Haily 

Lynn Halchin 

Alan Hale 



Karen Hale 

Thomas Hales 

Dawn Haley 

Nancy Hartman 

Susan Hartman 

Steve Harvison 



Scott Hasler 

Max Halston 

Mark Hasty 

Rick Hatfield 

Ann Hatheway 

Nan Hatheway 



Darell Hatsfield 

David Hauer 

Brent Hawk 

Donald Hawkes 

Gregg Hawkins 

June Hawkins 




Karen Hawkins 

Phil Hawkins 

Nancy Hawley 

Tracey Hay 



Cathi Lee Hayes 

Don Hayes 

Gordon Hayes 

Louis Hayes 



Michael Hayes 

Patti Hayes 

Anthony Haynes 

Christi Haynes 



Jimmy Haynes 

Paul Haynes 

Linda Hays 

Louis Hazelwood 




162 

Undergraduate 






Shannon Haley 
Barbara Hall 
Cathv Hall 
Chris Hall 
Kenneth Hall 
Ranch- Hall 



Richard Hall 
Steve Hall 
Susie Hall 
Tina Hall 
Andrew Hamilton 
George Hamilton 



James Hamilton 
Lessia Hamilton 
Sharon Hamriek 
Cheri Hancock 
Tammy Hannah 
John Hanrahan 



Sharon Hanrahan 
Melanie Hamsberry 
Michael Harbin 
Steve Harbison 
David Harbsmeier 
Sam Harboldt 



163 

Undergraduate 



Barbara Hardison 

Lee Ann Hardison 

Linda Hardison 

Gary Hare 

Joel Hargis 

Vicky Harrison 



Bryan Harlan 

C. Neal Harmon 

Kenneth Harmon 

Valarie Harper 

Paula Harrell 

Bernest Harris 



Clayton Harris 

Danita Harris 

Kim Harris 

Leon Harris 

Mary Harris 

Patricia Harris 



Robert Harris 

Tina Harris 

Barbara Harrison 

James Harrison 

Ray Harrison 

Joy Hart 



Marie Hart 

Laurie Hartman 

Greg Heard 

Amy Hearm 

Sharon Hearn 

Julie Ann Hebble 



Peter Heffernan 

Bruce Hegwood 

Eric Heim 

Diane Helmontaler 

Beth Henderson 

Eric Henderson 



Pete Henderson 

Linda Hendricks 

Dale Henegar 

Cherie Hennessee 

Elizabeth Hennessee 

Jim Hennessey 



Cynthia Henry 

Jean Henry 

Steve Henry 

Steve Henry 

Bridgette Henslee 

Terri Henslee 



Dru Henson 

Martha Herbert 

Darden Heritage 

Marjorie Herrell 

Donna Heughan 

Jeff Heyduck 




164 

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Onita Hicks 



Sam Hicks 
Charles Hill 



Dwayne Hill 
Malcolm Hil 



Mardee Hill 
Mary Joyce Hill 



Shelly Hill 
Steven Hill 
Susan Hill 
Mary Hilt 
David Hinson 
J. D. Hinson 



Keith Hinton 
Randy Hinton 
Teresa Hite 
Sandra Hitt 
Rusty Hix 
Doretta Hobbs 



Holly Hodges 
Warner Hodges 
William Hodge 
Charles Holland 
Kim Holland 
Freddy Hollifield 



Jim Holloway 
Catherine Holmes 
Cheryl Holmes 
John Holmes 
Robert Holt 
William Honley 



165 

Undergraduate 



Carol Hood 

Gerald Hood 

Mark Hood 



Julia Hood 

Curtis Hopper 

Tina Hooper 



Carol Hoover 

Nancy Hoover 

Jackie Hopkins 



Roger Horner 

William Haskins 

Stanley Horsky 



Timothy Horton 

James Houk 

Valerie House 





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166 

Undergraduate 




Cindy Houston 
Debra Houston 
Heather Howard 
Calvin Howell 
Deborah Howell 
Gary Howell 



David Howser 
Paula Hudspeth 
Richard Hudson 
Franklin Hughes 
Karen Hughes 
Scott Hughes 



Tammy Hughes 
Lisa Human 
Shelia Hunnicutt 
Clif Hunt 
Ross Hunt 
Amy Hunter 



Mary Hunter 
David Huntley 
Karen Hurt 
Joe Hussy 
Art Hutchinson, Jr. 
Glen Hutchinson 



Todd Hutchson 
Barbara Hutson 
Robert Ioou 
Esther Ilen-Otuma 
Don Ingram 
Debbie Irwin 




Vicki Ivey 
Gail Jackson 
Karolyn Jackson 
Lisa Jackson 



Steven Jackson 
Masheryl Jacks 
Deborah Jacobs 
Bill Jakes 



Linda Jakes 
David James 
Deborah James 
Elaine James 



167 

Undergraduate 



Leonne James 

Mary James 

Vickie James 

Joanne Jamison 

Julie Jamison 

Wanda G. Jamison 

Jenkins 

William Jenkins 

Connie Jerles 

Honey Jeter 

Kenneth Jobe 

Cherry Johnson 



Eric Johnson 

Gayle Johnson 

James Johnson 

Joseph Johnson 

Judy Johnson 

Ray Johnson 



Richard Johnson 

Sara Johnson 

Steve Johnson 

Steven Johnson 

Sue Ellen Johnson 

Tim Johnson 



Al Jones 

Allen Jones 

Anne Jones 

Bob Jones 

Brenda Jones 

Carol Jones 



Casey Jones 

Cheryl Jones 

Elizabeth Jones 

Glenn Jones 

Ivy Jones 

Kenneth Jones 



Mike Jones 
Mike Jones 
Nina Jones 
Paul Jones 
Ransom Jones 
Robert David Jones 



Samuel Jones 

Shannon Jones 

Violet L. Jones 

William Jones 

William Jones 

Jenifer Jordan 



Jimmy Jordan 

Kathy Jordan 

Terri Jordan 

Margaret Just 

Twyman Joyner 

Patty Keaton 




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168 

Undergraduate 




Michael Keen 
Alon Keener 
John Keith 
William Keith 
Denise Kelley 
Marcia Kelley 



Martha Kelley 
Tandy Kelley 
Michael Kellum 
Sherrie Kemp 
Anthony Kennedy 
Charles Kennedy 



Michael Kennedy 
Sandra Kerr 
Richard Keyes 
Tamela Kilburn 
Youngran Kim 
Michael Kincaid 



Janet Kincherlow 
Ann King 
Christopher King 
Debbie King 
Ezzard King 
Gary King 



Lori King 
Sheena King 
Kondee Kinser 
Sandy Kinzalow 
Donna Kirk 
Howard Kirksey 



Yvonne Kirksey 
Laura Kittrell 
Richard Kittrell 
A. Kenneth Kleespies 
Kathy Knappen 
Leslie Knipfel 



Brian Knight 
Melissa Knight 
Kevin Knorr 
Linda Knotts 
Christie Knowles 
Peggy Knox 



Mike Kopp 
Phil Kranse 
Bill Kroemer 
Kurt Kulakowski 
Adrienne Kunselman 
Robert Kyker 



Kathy Kyle 
Marcia Lafery 
Julie R. LaFever 
RoseMary LaGrande 
LuAnne Lain 
Pat Laird 



169 

Undergraduate 



Barry Lamb 

Cindy Lamb 

Cindy Lambert 

Neil Lambert 

Scott Lambert 

Edward Land 



Kevin Lander 

Karen Landers 

Linda Landers 

Evonder Landrum 

Carol Lane 

William Lane 



Joannie Langston 

Donna Lannom 

Kenneth Lannom 

Jean Lanter 

Frank Lashlee 

Gwen Latendresse 



Suzanne Lathrop 

Patti Latta 

John Lavelle 

A. A. Lawal 

Bobby Lawrence 

Christopher Lawrence 



Jill Lawrence 

Trudy Lawrence 

Cynthia Laws 

D'Nice Lawson 

Steve Lawson 

Sheila Lay 



Mike Layland 

Debbie Leathers 

Lisa Leavell 

Jimmy Ledford 

Albert Lee 

Brenda Lee 



Kathy Lee 
Kevin Lee 

Myongsum Lee 

Nancy Lee 

Norman Lee 

Brian Leedham 



Mark Leeson 

Mark LeFevers 

Mike Leister 

Luke Leitz 

Linda Leming 

Judy Lenahan 



Denise Leonard 

Kay Leonard 

Holly Lester 

Shiu Kay Leung 

Steve Lewallen 

Charlie Liddle 




170 

Undergraduate 






Lynn Liggett 
Dean Liles 
Ronnie Lindish 
Patrick Lindsay 
Terrie Lindsey 
Larry Lipman 



Melissa G. Lish 
Anthony Little 
Ginger Little 
Katherine Little 
Nancy Marie Little 
Susan Little 



Martha Littrell 
Teresa Loftis 
Teresa Looney 
Tim Looney 
Fae Long 
Gary Long 



Beth Longley 
Robert Lorance 
Dave Lorrig 
Robyn Lotts 
Cathey Love 
Mike Lovelace 



171 

Undergraduate 



Christine Lowell 

Ricky Lowry 

Urusla Lowry 

Murray Loy 

Annette Luckeroth 

Timothy Luncford 



Taze Lundy 

Connie Lunn 

Lee Luton 

Susan Lyle 

Julie Lynn 

Spence Lyon 



Alecia Lyons 

Julie Macke 

Gwen Madsen 

Mary Mahalie 

John Malkiewicz 

Barbara Mallady 



Frances Mallard 

Austin Malone 

Herbert Malone 

Howard Malone 

Marian Mallory 

Jay Manar 



Mike Mandle 

Don Maness 

Darlene Mangrum 

Melissa Mangrum 

Lisa Manier 

Kenny Manners 



Sharon Manning 

Barry Mansfield 

R. Scott Manuszak 

Kathy Marchall 

Wendell Marlow 

Jack Marsh 



Ronald Marshall 

Warren Marshall 

Audrienne Martin 

Catherine Martin 

Beverly Martain 

Gayle Martin 



Jacque Martin 

James Martin 

Mary Martin 

Regina Martin 

Steve Martin 

Thomas Martin 



Randall Mash 

Larry Mason 

Laura Mason 

Liz Massa 

Steve Massey 

Wendy Massey 




172 

Undergraduate 




Carol Mathis 
Don Mathis 
Harold Mathis 
John Mattingly 
Melanie May 
Pam May 



Suzzanne Mays 
William McAdams 
Pat McAfee 
James McBell 
Debbie McBroom 
Judy McCaleb 



Karen McCarthy 
Joe McCauley 
Sharon McClannahan 
Beth McClary 
Berth McClarney 
Ruby McClinton 



Larry McClure 
Sillisa McClure 
Merry McCollum 
Alan McCool 
Dana McCool 
Cherrie McCormick 



Debbie McCoy 
Debra McCulloch 



Angela McCullough 
Cora McCullough 



Linda McCullough 
David McCutcheon 



Bob McDonald 
Dwain McDonald 



Malinda McDonald 
Melanie McDonald 



173 

Undergraduate 



Mike McDonald 

Renee McDonald 

Jene MeDougal 

Patricia McEachern 



Alan McElfreash 

Martin McGeachy 

Colleen McGee 

Glenna McGhee 



Sean M. McGee 

Kenneth McGinness 

Susan McGowan 

Linda McHenrv 




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Robert McKamey 
David McKibben 
Jerry McKinney 

Danny McKnight 

Jim McKnight 

Kevin McKinney 



Alice McLain 

Jeff McMahan 

Fred McMillin 

Ann MeMurray 

Vicky McNair 

Rosemary McKnight 



Margaret Ann McNomie 

Charton McPeak 

Steve McPherson 

Rob McRay 

Sam McReynolds 

Sherri McQuinn 



Lemon Douglas 
Deanna Meador 
Charles Meadows 
Doug Meadows 
Janice Medders 
Garry Medlin 



Julie Medlin 
Anita Mefford 

Janice Mello 

Annette Meanees 

Ginger Melvin 

Jory McDaniel 




174 

Undergraduate 



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U. POLICE RAID 
BEER, POT PARTY 



by Tom Wood 

Three Smith Hall residents were cited for 
alleged possession of marijuana and drinking beer 
on campus late Wednesday night in a raid by Uni- 
versity Police. 

In addition, three other students had their IDs 
pulled for participation in a "drinking party" by 
the campus police force and Associate Dean of 
Students Ivan Shewmake. 

No charges have been formally filed, according 
to Shewmake, and "there won't be until some 
determination is made as to who exactly should 
and should not be charged because some ada- 
mantly deny engaging in anything," Shewmake 
added. "I will interview each person who was in 
the room at the beginning of next week. Then 
some adjudication will take place." 

At 10:19 p.m. Wednesday, according to campus 
police reports, a call was received at the station 
complaining of a "drinking party" in a dorm room 
at Smith Hall. 

Within minutes, about six officers had con- 
verged on the scene to break up the "party." As 
the police entered the room, officer Ed Luther 
said, a water pipe was going and there were three 
or four open containers of beer on the table. 

"We found a little bit of marijuana, some alco- 
hol, pills of an unknown nature and drug-related 
paraphernalia in the room," the officer said. "Now 
we're trying to determine who it belongs to." The 
pills proved to be medication from the campus 
infirmary. 

One of the students acknowledged beer-drink- 
ing in his room, but said he knew of nothing else. 
"Yes, we were drinking beer and had some in two 
refrigerators. I've never seen the water pipe 
before." 

During a search of one of the rooms, a Sidelines 
photographer taking photos was confronted by 
one officer, who stated that they (University 
Police) would have to see the film before it was 
printed. However, the photographer refused. 




Bill Mercer 
John Merchant 
Tom Merchant 



Steve Meriwether 
Brenda Merritt 
John Merriman 



Mark Merryman 
David Melton 
Patti Metz 



Oralee Meyers 
Kathy Midgett 
Sharon Midgett 



Albert Miles 
Denise Miles 
Roy Miles 



175 

Undergraduate 



William Miles 

Charles Miles 

Gary Miller 

Ronda Miller 

Steve Miller 

Toni Miller 



Shelley Milloway 

James Minatra 

John Minatra 

William C. Ming 

Javena Mihor 

Nancy Mintura 



John Mir 

Vicky Mires 

Julia Mitchell 

Phil Mitchell 

Sue Mitchell 

Theresa Mitchener 



David Mixson 

Randy Mize 

Tommy Molteni 

John Montague 

Erick Montgomery 

Gerald Moody 



Frank Mooney 

Sam Mooneyham 

Brenda Moore 

Cindy Moore 

Deborah Moore 

Jimmy Moore 



Sam Moore 

Susan Moore 

William Moore 

Bandi Moorehead 

Ricky Moorehead 

Lisa Morgan 



Mark Morgan 
Eric Morales 
Craig Morris 

Donny Morris 
Jeffery Morris 

Kathy Morris 



Robert Morris 
Shelia Morris 

John Morrison 
Joseph Morrison 

Sally Morrison 
Kevin Morrissey 



Patrick Morton 

Eric Moser 

Bill Mosley 

Keith Mosley 

Robert Mosley 

Elaine Mott 




176 

Undergraduate 




Sandra Muehlberger 
Sammy Mullican 
Jeff Mullins 
Teresa Mumpower 
Barbara Murdaugh 
Steve Murdock 



Charles Murphree 
Jim Murphy 
Lee Ann Murphy 
Mike Murphy 
Tim Murphy 
Charlene Murray 



Christy Murray 
Brenda Musgrove 
J. T. Musgrove 
Mike Myerrose 
Linda Myers 
Cheryl Nabi 



Katherine Nadalich 
Linda Nance 
Russ Nash 
Kim Nay lor 
George Neely 
Keith Neidel 



Randy Nelms 
George Nelson 
Henry Nelson 
Melinda Nelson 
Oren Nelson 
Debbie Newcomb 



Elaine Newcomb 
Betty Newsom 
Jill Nickell 
Stan Nix 
Barbara Noble 
Catherine Nokes 



Eric Nokes 
JoAnn Nolan 
Mike Nolan 
Lucinda Nolan 
Vickie Noland 
William Noles 



Gary Norman 
Rebekah Norman 
Sheila Norrell 
James Norris 
Tammy Norris 
Valerie Norris 



Karen Northcutt 
Patrick Nowlan 
Thomas Nowlin 
Janet Nunley 
Jill Oberhellmann 
Cindy O'Brien 



177 
Undergraduate 



Herbert Offoh 

Debra Olgilvie 

Livinus Okafoeze 

Andrew Oliphont 

Garrick Olson 

Fred Osborne 



Keith Ousley 

Susan Overall 

Doug Overfield 

Joan Overstreet 

Mona Overstreet 

Angela Overton 



Gail Owen 

Karen Owen 

Linda Owens 

Perry Palmer 

Robbie Panter 

David Pappas 



Jill Pardue 

Farshid Parivar 

Brenda Parker 

Cynthia Parker 

Dotty Parker 

Kelly Parker 



Kathy Parkhurst 

Jim Parks 

Susan Parks 

Vickie Parmer 

Patrick Parris 

Scott Parrott 

David Parsley 

Libby Parsley 

Ginger Parsons 

John Parsons 

Sheila Partee 

Susan Partin 

Tersa Ann Pate 



Frederick Patterson 

James Patterson 

Sharon Patterson 

Celeste Patton 

Dotti Patton 

Nena Patton 



Bertha Payne 

Deborah Payne 

Joel Payne 

Karen Payne 

Linda Payne 

Ricky Payne 



Susan Payne 

Bill Pearcy 

Linda Pearson 

Chris Peck 

Joe Peck 




178 
Undergraduate 












Susan Peck 

Del Pedlow 

Mike Peery 

Roger Peery 

Mary Ann Pellicciotti 

Jamie Pelzell 



Mark Pennington 
Kay Penuel 
Linda Perkins 
Jennifer Person 
Steven Peters 
Kathy Perterson 



Rick Peyton 
Dale Phelps 
Angelia Phillips 
Gary Phillips 
Jana Phillips 
Joe Phillips 



Kay Phillips 
Kenneth Phillips 
Michael Phillips 
Suzanne Phillips 
Lane Pikens 
Eric Pierce 



179 

Undergraduate 



Gary Pigg 

Pamela Pinell 

Clay Pinkerton 

Renee Pinkerton 

Charalette Pinnix 

Charlie Pless 



Judy Pocta 

Russell Polk 

On Nai Poon 

Phyllis Pope 

Ann Poppendcrf 

Jimmy Potter 



Cathy Porter 

Nancy Porter 

John Powell 

Sandra Powell 

Susan Powell 

Fran Powers 



Jerome Pratt 

Annette Preston 

Cynthia Preston 

Elbert Price 

Terry Price 

Sheryl Pritchett 



Tommy Pruett 

Chester Pruitt 

Shelia Pryor 

Jerry Puckett 

Teresa Puckett 

Billy Pugh 



Tommy Pugh 
Wesley Pullen 

Anne Pundor 

Jimmy Purcell 

Cathy Purdom 

Ken Purser 



Paul Pursley 

John Pyle 

Cindy Quails 

Sherry Quails 

Don Quandt 

Mickey Quinn 



Randy Rader 
Julie Rainey 

Robyn Rainwater 
Susan Rambo 

Charlotte Ramsey 
Steve Ramsey 



Chestor Ramson 

John Raulston 

Jimmy Rawn 

Kertrina Ray 

Valerie Ray 

Julia Rayburn 




180 

Undergraduate 




David Redden 
Chris Redmom 



Mike Reed 
Nancv Reed 



Philip Reed 

Sam Reed 



Brenda Reeder 
Particia Rees 



Alisa Reeves 
Melissa Reeves 



Scott Regen 
Nancv Register 
Jeff Reid 
Randy Reid 
Steven Reid 
Debbie Reuhland 



David Reynolds 
Ethel Reynolds 
Luann Reynolds 
Glenford Reynolds 
Clarke Rehney 
Carolyn Rhue 



Peggy Rice 
Herman Richards 
Donna Richardson 
Marsha Richardson 
Judy Richmond 
Cvnthia Ricks 



Julie Rickman 
Cheryl Riddle 
Susie Riddle 
Jackson Ridgely 
Anthony Riggins 
Nancy Riggs 



181 

Undergraduate 



Thomas Rigney 
Jeannie Ring 
Richard Ring 



Valeria Rikie 
Sandra Rizer 
Linda Roach 



James Robb 
Vanessa Robbs 
Blake Roberson 



James Robertson 

Joy Roberson 

Marty Roberson 



Tim Robertson 

Debra Roberts 

Darlene Roberts 





'STAFF' IS BANNED 
FROM SCHEDULES 

The word "staff" will not be used to replace the 
name of a teacher in the Spring 1978 class schedules 
due to a request by President M. G. Scarlett. 

In a conversation with Joy Heath, ASB Speaker of 
the House, Scarlett learned that the word "staff" is 
used frequently to fill in the column in the schedules 
where the teacher's name should be listed. The Presi- 
dent's office contacted the office of academic affairs 
and requested that the departments list the teachers 
of the respective courses and eliminate the use of 
"staff." 

William Greene, administrative assistant to Dr. 
Scarlett, said that the schedules that had already been 
received from the departments were returned and 
they were requested to fill in the teachers' names. 
Only in cases of graduate assistants and other una- 
voidable situations will the word "staff" be used. 

Mrs. Rebecca Hampton of the office of academic 
affairs said that the class schedules had been received 
from the departments and that the Spring 197S sched- 
ules were being printed. 

The matter of the use of "staff" in MTSU schedules 
was brought up a few weeks ago when Heath 
announced that she would sponsor a resolution to 
have the word "staff" eliminated. 



182 

Undergraduate 









Farrell Roberts 
Mike Robicland 
Chris Robinson 
Gerald Robinson 



Mary Robinson 
Pamela Robinson 
Ray Robinson 
Vincent Robinson 



Paul Rodriguez 
James Rogers 
Karhryn Rogers 
Pam Rogers 




Patricia Rogers 
Sharon Rogers 
Susan Rogers 
Joseph Rohling 
Debbie Rollins 
Jan Roney 



Cindy Ross 
James Rossman 
Patti Rowe 
Tim Rowe 
Kathy Rowland 
Lisa Rowland 



Jeff Rowlett 
Brenda Paynor 
Brenda Rozolsky 
Denice Rucker 
Robin Rudd 
Gloria Rummage 



Bridgette Rumsey 
Jim Rungee 
Kim Runyan 
Emily Rush 
Jean Roberts 



Mary Wileczek 
Kristen Wilhite 
David Wilkerson 
Patrica Wilkins 
Larry Wiley 
Charles Williams 



183 

Undergraduate 



Elaine Russell 
Linda Ryan 
Monica Rye 
Jim Russell 
Richard Russell 
Denise Rust 



Phillip Rutter 

Cathy Ryder 

Donald Rymer 

Pam Sabiston 

Tim G. Sadler 

Cheryl Saggese 



David Sakich 

Cindy Salmeo 

Robert Salimbene 

Angelyn Sample 

Bobbie Sanders 

Bobby Sanders 



J. Sanders 

Larry Sanders 

Randy Sanders 

Dione Sandlin 

Sharon Sandlin 

Gloria Sanford 



Sharon Sanford 

David Sassaman 

Jeana Sauely 

Jeff Saunders 

Linda Scaife 

Michael Scales 



John Schneider 
Tom Schultz 
Jack Schultz 

Jay Schwan 
Donna Scott 

Edgar Scott 



Edward Scott 

James Scott 

Jon Scott 

Paula Scott 

Ron Scott 

William Scott 



Donna Scruggs 
Danny Seals 
Steve Seigenthaler 
Brian Sellers 
Joseph Selph 
Ann Serafin 



John Sessoms 

Steve Sevier 

Rhonda Shackelford 

Linda Shacklett 

Kim Shadwick 

Laurie Shaffer 




184 

Undergraduate 




Jeff Shahan 
Donna Shamhlin 
Darden Shapard 
Merle Sharber 
Hugh Sharber 
Judy Sharp 



Steve Sharp 
Ranee Shaw 
Veronica Shea 
Marus Shelton 
Pam Shelton 
Sandy Shelton 



Cynthia Shepard 
Ronald Shepard 
Cathy Shepherd 
Michael Shew 
Gwen Shinault 
William Shipp 



John Shires 
Bonnie Short 
Dale Short 
Katrina Short 
Paulette Shouse 
Jimmy Shrader 



Steve Shular 
Bill Sibley 
Drew Simmons 
Judy Simmons 
Marjie Simmons 
Denise Simpson 



Jan Simpson 
Jay Simpson 
Patricia Simpson 
Sandy Simpson 
Sharon Sims 
Jimmy Singelton 



Ray Singer 
Kathy Singleton 
Ray Singleton 
Melody Sipes 
Randall Sittloh 
Cindy Skelton 



Robert Skinner 
Richard Skok 
Paula Slater 
Tim Slater 
David Sloan 
Patty Slatton 



Lugene Sloan 
Karen Sloat 
Danny Small 
Barbara Smartt 
Brad Smith 
Frank Simpson 



185 

Undergraduate 



Charles Smith 

Constance Smith 

Craig Smith 

Dan Smith 

Dana Smith 

David Smith 



Debbie Smith 

Deidre Smith 

Gary Smith 

Henry Smith 

Janet Smith 

Jeff Smith 



Joe Smith 

Karen Smith 

Kathy Smith 

Laura Smith 

Lisa Smith 

Mary Paul Smith 



Melanie Smith 

Michael Smith 

Michael Smith 

Mitzi Smith 

Patti Smith 

Penny Smith 




Rickey Smith 

Robert Smith 

Ronald Smith 

Steve Smith 


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Sue Lyn Smith 
Terry Smith 
Terry Smith 

Wayne Smith 


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Wendel Smith 

Diane Smith 

Joyce Smith 

Nancy Smotherman 



Mary Sneed 

Pamela Jo Snodgrass 

Lorraine Solecki 

Hermon Davis Sorrells 




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Mary Sotherland 
Donna South 
Bobbie Spain 
Page Spain 
Steve Spann 
Constance Speed 



Jerry Spivey 
Joseph Spoon 
Brenda Spurlock 
Greta Spurlock 
Jimmy Spurlock 
Deborah Stacy 



Beth Stallings 
Russell Stalmaker 
Susan Stand Brook 
Jane Standfield 
Lynn Stanfield 
Karen Stanley 



Stephen Stanley 
Vicki Steagall 
Kina Steed 
Edward Stegall 
Lisa Stephenson 
Debbie Stepp 



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Becky Stevens 

Belinda Stevens 

James Stevenson 

Lenny Stevenson 

Alice Stewart 

Bennie Stewart 



Dennis Stewart 
James Stewart 
Karen Stewart 
Lori Stewart 
Allan Stewman 
Mary Lee Stills 



Maynard Stiles 

Martha Stokes 

Kim Stone 

Mark Stone 

Sherrie Stone 

Marisa Story 



Mark Stowers 

Frank Stratton 

Daryl Street 

Kevin Street 

Timothy Strobl 

Gary Strong 



Melodie Strong 

Cathy Stroud 

Steven Strunk 

Kathy Struss 

Melinda Stubblefield 

Patricia Stubblefield 



Vickie Stubblefield 

Charles Stutts 

Bob Sturm 

Richie Sublett 

Bobby Sullins 

Sue Sullivan 



Joyce Sundermeier 

Brian Summar 

Josephine Suruggs 

Susan Sutton 

William Sutton 

Darlene Swafford 



Julie Swafford 

Lisa Swafford 

Lea Swann 

Art Swary 

Randy Swayze 

Randy Sweeney 



Suzi Swenson 

Nancy Swift 

Sherry Swindle 

Pam Swing 

Margaret Sykes 

Anthony Sylvestra 




188 
Undergraduate 




Terry Tabor 
Virginia Tanner 



Brenda Tant 
Debbie Tate 



Linda Tate 
Stephanie Tate 



Malind? Tatom 
Barbara Taylor 



Don Taylor 
Jan Taylor 



John Taylor 
Julie Taylor 
Larry Taylor 
Martha Taylor 
Michelle Taylor 
Rickey Taylor 



Pamela Teal 
Steve Temple 
Teri Templeton 
William Tanner 
Rachelle Terrell 
Beth Terry 



Mark Terry 
Tim Terry 
Debbie Therber 
Amy Thomas 
Debra Thomas 
Deborah Thomas 



Dorthea Thomas 
Edward Thomas 
Lamar Thomas 
Ray Thomas 
Linda Thomas 
Mark Thomas 



189 

Undergraduate 



Chauncey Thomison 

Cathy Thompson 
Kim Thompson 



Lisa Thompson 

Mendy Thompson 

Mark Thorne 



Mark Thornton 

Patty Thornton 

Lee Thrower 



Ricky Thurman 

Kenneth Thurmond 

Bruce Thweatt 



Gregg Thweatt 

Rita Tice 

Robbie Tice 









190 

Undergraduate 




Amonda Tidwell 
Christopher Tilton 
Thomas Tindell 
Patty Tinsley 
Linda Tipton 
Michael Tobitt 



Donna Todd 
Andrea Tolleson 
Gary Tolliver 
William Tomes 
Robert Tittsworth 
Kathy Toms 



Ken Toney 
Wylie Toombs 
James Torbert 
Bryan Torrey 
Patrick Towns 
Burton Towry 



Gail Travis 
Tarn Treadway 
Karen Trover 
Scott Trover 
Elizabeth Troutt 
Marlene Truntham 



Marilyn Truss 
Chris Twyman 
Ruth Tyree 
Angela Tucker 
Diane Tucker 
Peggy Tucker 




Greg Tuggle 
Adrienne Turner 
Beverly Turner 
Cindy Turner 



Cindy Turner 
Elizabeth Turner 
John Turner 
Pat Turner 



Teresa Turner 
Vickie Tomlinson 
Phillip Urbaniak 
Felix Unuigboje 



191 

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Steven Vaden 

Afsoon Vafgie 

Glenn Valentine 

Jeff Vallett 

William Vannatta 

Debbie Vasut 



Marie Vaughn 

Timothy Vaughn 

Patricia Van Vliet 

Darlene Vanzant 

Gary Veazey 

Joey Venable 



Jan Vernon 

Michael Vester 

Robert Vick 

Lawrence Vincent 

Susan Vinson 

Ellen Vizzi 



Joanna Vonns 

Jackie Waddell 

Tim Waddell 

Evelyn Waddey 

Joey Waggoner 

Jim Wagner 



Donna Wair 

Roger Wakefield 

Liz Waldron 

Elizabeth Waldrop 

Bill Walker 

Debra Walker 



Dorthy Walker 
Mark Walker 
Mike Walker 
Richard Walker 
Tammy Walker 
William Walker 



Elizabeth Wall 

Babbie Wallace 

Lecia Wallace 

Steve Wallace 

Kim Walls 

Ward Wampler 



Chris Ward 

Gary Ward 

Lydia Ward 

Tommy Warden 

Rita Warfield 

William Warise 



Denise Warren 

Donnissa Warren 

Marissa Warren 

Nancy Warren 

Tommye Washington 

Charles Wasson 




192 

Undergraduate 




Dawn Watson 
Dwight Watson 
Janet Watson 
Paulette Watson 
Jean Watts 
David Wayman 



Ronald Weatherspoon 
John Weaver 
Cynthia Webb 
Donna Webb 
Phyllis Webb 
Sherryl Webb 



William Lewis Webb 
Cheryl Weber 
Mike Weinman 
Dennis Weldon 
Joe Wells 
Lisa Wells 



Monica D. Wells 
Tim Wells 
Audrey Weske 
Byron West 
John West 
Melissa West 



Joel Westberry 
Andy Westbrooks 
Philip Westbrooks 
Debra Wester 
Anthony Westmoreland 
Michael Wetzel 



Scott Whaley 
Charles Wheeler 
Rhonda Wheeler 
Ricky Wheeler 
Wendy Wheeler 
Michael Whitaker 



Robin Whitaker 
Andrea White 
Barry White 
Debra White 
Evon White 
Greg White 



Jim White 
Mala White 
Pam White 
Steve White 
Vickie White 
Linda Whitman 



Sarah Whitten 
Andrea Whittenburg 
Gladys Whyte 
Jerry Wieck 
Mary Wigger 
Kenneth Wiggins 



193 

Undergraduate 



Cindy Wigley 

Debra Wilbourne 

Brenda Wilburn 

Andrew Wileczek 



Mary Wileczek 

Larry Wiley 

Jo Anne Wilgus 

Kristen Wilhite 

Patricia Wilkins 

David Wilkerson 



Steven Wilkerson 

Larry Willard 

Mark Willoughby 

Mirian Wills 

Charles Williams 

Geri Williams 



Jean Williams 

Martha Williams 

Mike Williams 

Nancy Williams 

Patricia Williams 

Rebecca Williams 



Rebecca Williams 
Robbins Williams 
Sandy Williams 
Sterling Williams 
Leslie Williamson 
Bobby Wilson 



Charles Wilson 

Deborah Wilson 

Donna Wilson 

Eddie Wilson 

Holly Wilson 

Holly Wilson 



Jim Wilson 

Roy Wilson 

Susan Wilson 

Tim Wilson 

William Wilson 

Wilmer Wilson 



Ann Wimsatt 

Tamera Windrow 

Mike Windus 

Eddie Wiser 

Mark Wiser 

Ted Wiser 




194 

Undergraduate 



Theirv Wolfe 
Charles Wolff 
Janice Wolff 
Marilyn Womack 







Debbie Zeber 
Karen Zimmerman 
Mike Zimmer 
Donna Zocola 



Victor Wong 
Dan Wood 
Leslie Wood 
Lori Woodard 
Debra Wood lee 
Carolyn Woods 



Phyllis Word 
Kathy Woodson 
Dena Wooten 
Kay Wrather 
Chris Wren 
Brenda Wright 



David Wright 
Pam Wright 
Phillip Wright 
Russell Wright 
Sha Wright 
Valerie Wright 



Valerie Wright 
Patsy Writesman 
Raymond Wu 
Janice Wyatt 
Norma Wyndam 
Donna Wynn 



Larry Wynns 
Mike Yager 
David Yahola 
Yvonne Yarbrough 
Terry Yates 
Mary Jo Yeager 



Deborah Yeargen 
Lora York 
Terri York 
Linda Young 
Mark Young 
Manville Young 



Ralph Youngs 
Robert Young 
Ruel Young 
Steve Young 
Cathy Youngsmen 
Patricia Youree 



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There's a first for everything as Middle Tennessee State found out 

last Spring in copping its first All-Sports Championship in the 

Ohio Valley Conference. The All-Sports Championship is based on 

points given for placing in cross country, football, basketball, 

baseball, golf, tennis and outdoor track. As can be quickly 

assumed, the school that earns the All-Sports Championship has in 

a sense earned the respect of having the best all-Round athletic 

program. After second division finishes in cross country and 

football, the Blue Raiders began to make their move with a second 

place finish in basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and track. The 

baseball team took the divisional title and second place in the 

conference to keep the ball rolling. Dr. Patty's golfers finished 

second as did the up-and-coming tennis team. But the big boost 

was in track where Dean Hayes and his group of jumpers and 

runners whizzed their way to the conference title and put Middle 

Tennessee in the driver's seat for its first All-Sports 

Championship. Western Kentucky never gave up and dogged the 

Blue Raiders down to the wire finishing in second place two points 

back. 

Below, L. to R.: Ben Hurt (Football), John Stanford (Baseball), Jimmy Earle 
(Basketball), Charles "Bubber" Murphy (Athletic Director), Dr. E. K. Patty 
(Golf), Dick LaLance (Tennis), Dean Hayes (Track), Gordon Connell (Wrestling). 








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After a slow start, the 1977 Blue 
Raider baseball team put it 
together, winning the Western 
Division championship and 
compiling a 26-19 record. 

The team was led by Mike Moore of 
Chattanooga, who compiled an 8-2 
season record and was named the 
O.V.C.'s Most Valuable Player of 
the Year. Moore pitched 79 Vk 
innings and had a 2.53 E.R.A., one 
of the best in the conference. He 
also had 50 strikeouts, walked 39 
batters and pitched a no-hitter 
against Milligan College, which the 
Raiders won 1-0. He also pitched a 
three-hitter in M.T.S.U.'s 3-0 
shutout of Tennessee Tech., and a 
two-hitter in the Raiders 5-2 win 
over Western Kentucky. 

Centerfielder Danny Moore led the 
team in batting with a .319 average. 
He also collected more hits than 
anyone else on the team, 43, and led 
the Raiders in triples with five. 
First baseman John Weathers led 
the club in homeruns with 10 — a 
new school record — and R.B.I.'s 
with 41, while putting together a 
.310 batting average. 



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Other Raiders with averages over the .300 mark were 
catcher Rick Cheshire at .315 and Stan Shanks with 
.307. 

After winning the division title, the Raiders hoped to 
repeat as conference champions and win a spot in the 
regional playoffs. But this year Morehead's Eagles 
turned the tables and beat the Raiders 8-5 and 14-1 in 
the best of three series. 

Cheshire, Mike and Danny Moore along with infielder 
Ben Langster were named to the Western Division's 
All-OVC team. 



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1977 was indeed the year that the Blue Raider outdoor 
track team finally arrived. 

Coach Dean Hayes had waited 12 years to win an Ohio 
Valley Conference Crown and this was the year. In 
heading for their first-ever championship, the Raiders 
went undefeated. 

Five first place finishes at the O.V.C. championship track 
meet in Bowling Green, Kentucky, gave the Raiders the 
title in May. A week earlier they took first place in the 
Tennessee Intercollegiate games in Memphis, beating 
Austin Peay, Memphis State and other Tennessee schools. 
As a fitting honor, Coach Hayes was named the O.V.C.'s 
Coach of the Year, and jumper John DoDoo was selected 
Co-Trackman of the Year in the Conference. 

At the championship meet, DoDoo took first place in the 
triple jump, Russell Holloway won the 400 meter 
intermediate hurdles, Harrison Salame finished first in 
the discus, Skeikh Faye took top honors in the long jump 
and the one mile relay team of Larry Cotton, David 
Robinson, Ed Stegall and J. T. Musgrove tied an O.V.C. 
record in winning first place. 



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Women's tennis had what was perhaps its best year in 

1977, finishing the season with a 10-9 record and 

placing third in the state championship tournament. 

Coachea by former Raider tennis star Sandy Neal, the 

squad was paced by Karen Miller, Corrine McDonald 

and Traci Williams. 

The third place finish was well above what many 

experts figured the Raiders would do, and it came 

despite several injuries which hampered MTSU in key 

matches throughout the season. 



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The Raiders' men's tennis team started the 
season as the defending OVC champions but 
with a freshman coach and a squad heavily 
depleted by graduation, few had much hope 
for the young team. 

But under Coach LaLance, the scrappy team 
put together an 11-7 season and took second 
place in the OVC in what was to have been a 
'rebuilding year." At the OVC tournament 
in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Tony Fernan- 
dez pulled a stunning upset and beat top- 
seeded Howard Flagg of ETSU. 
Australian Peter Heffernan and Chris Baker 
(11-5 in the regular season) picked up confer- 
ence honors as the best number two doubles 
team. 

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SPRING SCOREBOARD 77 



Baseball (26- J 9) 


Tennis 

men's (J 0-8) 








Indiana State 


(1-2.4-1 












Tennessee Tech 


3-0, 9-4 




OleML- 


;s" 


3-6 




Aiiliurn 


5-2 




Mcmpli 


lis Slate 


1-8 




Yanderbilt 


7-8 




Belmont 


8-1 




Belmont 


9-3 




Carson 


-Newman 


6-3 




No. Central Illinuis 


3-0, 6-5 




Vandei 


■hilt 


4-5 




North Alabama 


16-3 




Chattanooga 


4-5 




North Alabama 


4-;"), (i-7 




David 1 


apscomh 


7-2 




Tennessee Tech 


12-10, 17-4 




Austin Peay 


6-3 




David Liscoml) 


11--) 




Murray State 


7-2 




Eastern Michigan 


6-11,5-10 




Wester 


n Kentuck 


v 3-6 




Hope College 
Murray State 


3-13 

8-1, 1-3 




X'andei 
Murray 


bill 

State 


3-6 
6-3 




Miami (Ohio) 


0-16,8-14 




Louisvi 


lie 


6-3 




Belmont 


3-6 




Ten ties: 


mx Tech 


5-4 




■Jacksonville St. 


6-8 




Austin 


Peay 


4-5 




Austin Peav 


4-9 




Tennessee Tech 


6-3 




Millikin 


1-0,5-0 




Morehead 


6-3 




Western Kentucky 


5-1,5-2 




OVC2n 


id Place 






Siena Heights 


11-0, 18-2 












Western Kentucky 
Vandcrliilt 


3-0, 5-1 

0-4 




1 


women 


\s(10-9) 




Austin Peay 


0-3.9-8 


Yanderbi 


It 


l-S 


Austin Peay 


8-1 


Sewanec 


5-0, 14-0 


Sewanee 




2-7 


Western Kentucky 


0-9 


Austin Peay 


7-4 


Stetson 




0-9 


East Tennessee' 


1-1 


Murray State 


1-8,5-2 


Columbu.- 


; College 


2-7 


David Lipscomb 


5-4 


David Liscoml) 


11-9(13 innings) 


Florida Ti 


.•ch 


3-6 


Tennessee Tech 


2-7 


More-head State 


r->-s, 1-14 


Daytona ( 


'omm. 












College 




6-3 


Austin Peav 


8-1 






Peal mm ly 




8-1 


IT Martin' 


6-3 






David Lip 


sco mb 


5-4 


Southwestern 


3-6 






Peabody 




9-0 


Carson-Newman 


9-0 






Vanderbil 


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4-5 







Track & Field 

MTSU 714. EKC 624, ETSl' 40 
MTSU 824, Illinois State 60' 2, 

Carthage College 21, David Liscoml) '. 
MTSU 544, Austin Peay 50, 

WKL" 444, Murrav State 36 
TENNESSEE INTERCOLLEGIATE 
CHAMPIONSHIP ( 1st place) 
OVC CHAMPIONSHIP 113 points ( 1st 



CENTRAL COLLEGIATE 
CHAMPIONSHIP 33 points (7th place) 



Goif 



Palmetto Invitational 


12th 


Cape Coral Invitational 


3rd 


Southern Junior-Senior 


4th 


Tennessee Intercollegiate 


1st 


Ohio Valley Conference 


2nd 


Murray Invitational 


1st of 9 


River City Invitational 


12th 


Onrvland Classic 


1st of 7 



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"Football (3-8) 

Tennessee State University 

UT Martin 

Morehead 



Eastern Kentucky 



Delaware 
Austin Peay 
Western Kentucky 
East Tennessee 

Tennessee Tech 



Cross-Country 

Middle Tennessee Invitational 
David Lipscomb 
Bradshaw Invitational 
Yanderbilt26,MTSU81 
Austin Peay 82. MTSl' 87. 

David Lipscomb 51 
Ohio Valley Conference 



Indoor Track 



0-27 
21-24 

7-38 
19-10 

9-18 

7-60 
15- 
21-19 
17-88 

9-21 



Middle Tennessee 98. David Lipscomb 89 

Furman 81 
OVC Championships 4th of 8 teams 
NCAA Championships 2 points — 43rd 



Wrestling 

won 7, lost 13 



Basketball 








Men's (J 8-8, 10-4 in OVC) 




Oral Roberts 




55-58 




Athens College 




79-68 




Georgia College 




92-54 




Georgia S'western 




79-58 




Mississippi 




61-53 




UNC-Asheville 




74-62 




Michigan State 




51-72 




Pepperdine 




61-68 




Bucknell 




77-65 




Culver-Stockton 




81-34 




Urbana College 




84-48 




Morehead State 




92-59 




Eastern Kentucky 




93-86 




Tennessee Tech 




60-65 




East Tennessee 




(58-61 




Austin Peay 




62-64 




Murray State 




78-77 




Western Kentucky 




98-69 




Eastern Kentucky 




74-73 (OT) 




Morehead State 




37-36 




Tennessee Tech 




57-51 




East Tennessee 




(52-53 




Murray State 




57-5(5 




Austin Peay 




72-80 




Western Kentucky 




78-87 




OVC Tournament 








Austin Peay 




(51-66 




women's (15-13, 


6-4 in OVC) 




Mississippi State 


83-70 


Western Kentucky 


74-70 


Kentucky 


80-82 


Memphis State 


86-101 


Alabama 


69-75 


UT Martin 


89-61 


Union University 


80-69 


Eastern Kentucky 


94-67 


Southern Miss. . 


82-75 


Tennessee Tech 


6(5-81 


Blue Mountain 


76-59 


East Term. 


72-8(5 


Berry College 


53-77 


Murray State 


92-78 


Morehead 


89-94 


Austin Peay 


72-70 


Union University 


92-84 


Western Kentucky 


(53-88 


Missouri 


(55-81 


State Tournament 




Tennessee Tech 


81-88 


UT Martin 


70-54 


East Tennessee 


82-71 


Tennessee Tech 


(58-9(5 


Tennessee 


79-87 


East Tennessee 


98-79 


Austin Peay 


90-52 


Memphis State 


(52-74 


Murrav State 


89-65 







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TS U Rips Raiders 




Ben Hurt's 1977 edition of the Blue Raiders once again 
started the season in Nashville against that school that 
produces professional football players by the tens, 
Tennessee State University. The TSU Tigers recovered 
a fumble in the end zone for the first score of the game. 
And if that wasn't enough, the Tigers intercepted a 
Mike Robinson pass and returned it 67 yards for the 
second score. The crowd started wondering if this was 
going to be one of those years. TSU added two more 
TD's behind the rushing of Aaron Jones (20). Despite 
the Raider loss, linebacker Andra Bullock led a strong 
MTSU defense with 14 tackles and 8 assists. 




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Miss at Morehead 




After losing their second consecutive 27-0 battle 

with a non-conference foe, this time to Gulf-South 

Conference member UT-Martin, the Blue Raiders 

headed for Morehead, Kentucky, and their first 

OVC game. The Raiders broke their scoring 

drought with two first quarter TD's on runs of 

eight and one yard. But the Eagles countered with 

two second quarter TD's to tie the score 14-14 at the 

half. 

Morehead jumped out to a 10-point lead in the third 

quarter before the Raiders came back with a 

touchdown to close the margin to three. Neither 

team was able to score in the fourth quarter and 

the clock ran out after MTSU missed a first down 

by inches deep in Eagle territory. If ever there was 

a time for a morale-boosting win, it was at 

Morehead. 

Things got no better the next weekend in 

Chattanooga, where the Mocs massacred the Blue 

Raiders 38-7 to avenge last year's upset in 

Murfreesboro. 

No victories, four defeats and the season nearing 

the half-way point. The dejected Raiders returned 

home to somehow prepare for the invasion of the 

Colonels from Eastern Kentucky — the defending 

OVC champs and the 1977 pre-season conference 

favorites. 



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Big Wet Win 



MTSU 19, Eastern Kentucky 10 . . . can you believe it? 
How in the world could a team 0-4 knock off the pre- 
season pick to win the VC? The answer is easy, if you 
have a player who can walk on water, and tonight MTSU 
did . . . Mike Moore. In a raging downpour, the powerful 
senior fullback rambled, darted and glided for two TD's 
and a total of 106 yards. 

The Raiders trailed 7-6 at the half and 10-6 deep into the 
fourth quarter. But then came what was probably the 
biggest play of the season. MTSU had the ball on its own 
one-yard line with the rain pouring and the clock ticking 
down from 4:15. Jeff Shockley split wide left . . .the snap 
. . . Robinson drops back . . . THE BOMB . . . Shockley 
had it 56 yards downfield and suddenly the Raiders had it 
first and 10 on the Colonels' 43. Six plays later Robinson 
scored from four yards out. 



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Down, Up, Down 



The Racers from Murray spoiled the Raiders' Homecoming the 
next weekend with a 13-9 win. Then the Raiders flew into 
Newark, Delaware, with hopes for the intersectional contest, 
only to be crushed 60-7, the worst MTSU defeat in years. 
But once again, the downtrodden Raiders bounced back, this 
time beating Austin Peay, the eventual OVC champion, by a 
15-6 score on the Governors' home field in Clarksville. 
Returning to Murf reesboro the next weekend, the Raiders 
edged the Hilltoppers from Western Kentucky 21-19 and 
incredibly, MTSU had a chance for a share of the OVC 
conference in championship if it could beat East Tennessee in 
Johnson City. But the Bucs in their Mini-dome brought the 
Raiders back down to earth with a 38-17 from behind win. 




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Only the traditional season finale 
against arch-rival Tennessee Tech 

remained. 

Could a team get fired-up for the 

last game when the best they could 

do would be to tie the record (4-7) of 

the past two years? But MTSU did, 

at least for three quarters. It was a 

beautiful, sunny November day 

with nearly 8,000 fans on hand. The 

first quarter went scoreless with 

only Tech threatening to score. 

MTSU's other Mike Robinson, the 

team's kicker, put his toe to good 

use in the second quarter, booting 

the Raider's into the lead with a 39 

— and 54 — yard field goal. The 54- 

yarder set a new school record and 

gave MTSU a surprising 6-0 

half time lead. 

Robinson returned to the turf in the 

third quarter to increase the lead to 

9-0 with a 48-yard field goal. 

Raiders ahead 9-0 at the end of 

three quarters ... if only the 

season could have ended then. But 

it didn't and in the last 10 minutes 

of the game the Golden Eagles 

threw their offensive machine into 

gear and ran up three TD's to take 

a 21-9 win. The season was over for 

the seniors, just beginning for the 

underclassmen. 

Unfortunately, 1977 had more 

downs than ups. 




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1977 marked the end of Middle Tennessee holding 
up the rest of the Ohio Valley Conference in the 
jcross country standings as the Blue Raiders 
vaulted up to the number seven position. Coach 
Dean Hayes was not upset with the finish consid- 
ering the injuries during the season. The biggest 
blow came when veteran Dennis Votava injured 




his back and missed most of the season. 
There were a few bright spots though, like the 
David Lipscomb Invitational where Middle Ten- 
nessee took first place with Raider harrier Gary 
Perry taking top honors in the individual compe- 
tition. In the Bradshaw Invitational, MTSU 
placed second among thirteen other schools with 
Perry again leading the way for the Raiders with 
a second place finish. It was a long season for the 
Raider harriers as they huffed and puffed their 
way through a few dual meets on whatever 
healthy legs they could find. 











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Women's volleyball is trying 

desperately to get out of the 

infant stages at Middle 

Tennessee and into the form of a 

strong program. Never has the 

team had its own fulltime coach, 

but this year Sandy Neal 

(women's tennis coach) was given 

the duties of coaching the 

volleyball squad and went into 

the job with a lot of vigor. The 

squad, consisting of only nine 

players, was even more 

enthusiastic about their game. 

The highlight of the season was 

winning the Austin Peay 

Invitational Tournament. The 

schedule once again included old 

standbys like Tennessee Tech (is 

there a sport we don't play them 

in?), U.T. — Chattanooga, U.T. — 

Martin, Tennessee and Memphis 

State. Coach Neal's first year and 

seniors Amy Donahue (M.V.P.), 

Caroline Miller, Ardena Garth 

and Shelley Smith's last was 

culminated by a fourth place 

finish in the state tournament. 





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Coach Gordon Connell scheduled some top flight 
opponents for his Raider grapplers along with a 
few of the top tournaments in the region. But, as 
in the past, his main goal was to get a wrestler 
into the finals of a big tournament. Early in the 
season, injuries took a heavy toll dampening the 
outlook a bit. They key loss was senior Pat Simp- 
son at the 126 pound weight class. Veteran David 
Scott was lost with student teaching duties. With 
this depleted roster, Connell concentrated even 
more on the tournaments. Senior Kvle Smith was 
the 158 pound champion at the Ball State Invita- 



tional and took third place in the SEIWA tour- 
ney. Tommy Smith, a seasoned wrestler at 135 
pounds, had an excellent year finishing second in 
the SEIWA. 

David James, a scrappy 119-pounder, fought his 
way to third in the SEIWA after being seeded 
fourth. Tony Rowland, Anthony and Michael 
Kennedy, and Frank Simpson enioyed good sea- 
sons for MTSU. But the "Killer* on the squad, 
150 pounder, Mike Kuziola, pinned two of his 
three foes on his way to a SEIWA championship. 



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The Lady Raider basketball team 
(ah yes, the term Raiderette 
fortunately has fallen by the 
wayside) decided to upgrade its 
schedule all the way in one year. 
Last year there were a few 
pushovers in Vanderbilt, 
Maryville College and Lambuth 
College, but no more as a few 
small schools named Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Missouri and 
Alabama joined the lineup of 
foes. One old nemesis, Tennessee 
Tech remained and once again 
edged M.T.S.U. 88-81 for its 8th 
win in nine meetings. 

Unfortunately, the winning 
season was marred by a running 
feud between Coach Pat Sarver 
and Women's Athletic Director 
Pat Jones. Jones had sought 
Sarver's removal before the 
season began, and although 
Pi-esident Scarlett gave the coach 
a temporary reprieve in 
November, she got the word as 
the season was beginning that 
her tenure as women's basketball 
coach had ended. 




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The women did more than hold 
their own in the O.V.C. and 
against traditional opponents. This 
was a year for firsts, the 
Thanksgiving Tip-Off 
Tournament and an O.V.C. 
standing for the women. After 
falling to Morehead State 94-89 in 
overtime and then to Tech, the 
Lady Raiders won five straight 
O.V.C. games topped with a 94-67 
rout of Eastern Kentucky at 
Murphy Center. Liz Hannah 
tossed in some long range bombs 
to lead the way with 20 points. 




Austin Peay proved to be no 

match for the experienced 

M.T.S.U. squad in their first 

meeting of the season as the 

final score would indicate: 

M.T.S.U.-90, A.P.S.U.-52. 

Newcomers to Murphy Center, 

like East Tennessee's Lady 

Buccaneers, put a mild scare 

into the hosts before falling 82- 

71. But surprisingly, both foes 

quickly became tough on their 

home courts and the results 

were disappointing and close. 

E.T.S.U. must really feel at 

home in the Mini Dome as they 

did not look the same in 

downing M.T.S.U. 86-72. What 

inspired the Lady Govs nobody 

will ever know, unless it was 

just the fondness between the 

two institutions as the hosts in 

Clarksville hung on until the 

fading seconds only to die 

when Raider Jan Zitney 

pumped in a free throw for the 

killing blow to give M.T.S.U. a 

72-70 win. 

Hannah played up to her 
billing as she again led the 
squad in scoring with a 17- 
point average. She could best 
be compared to a finely tuned 
machine on the court as her 25- 
foot shots were nothing short 
of beautiful and while at the 
free throw line, she rarely did 
more than get her hands on the 
ball before it was off and 
heading for the hoop. 

Veterans Jan Zitney, Sharon 

McClannahan, Carol Lance and 

Linda Carter were always 

ready for action, but the 

biggest surprises were 

sophomore Patrice Amos and 

transfer Sherry McKinney as 

they provided a lot of scoring 

and rebounding. 



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Hopes were high for the 1977-78 Blue Raider 

basketball team and by early November talk of the 

team had reached a fever pitch even though 

football season still had several weeks to go. 

When Playboy magazine and an official poll of 

O.V.C. coaches picked Middle to finish first in the 

conference, even the coy Jimmy Earle's talk of a 

balanced league and tough pre-conference schedule 

couldn't dim the enthusiasm of Raider followers, 

and season tickets were nearly sold out before the 

season began. 

Selected as captains were center Bob Martin, last 

year's O.V.C. tournament's Most Valuable Player, 

guard Sleepy Taylor and junior Greg Joyner. 

The Raiders opened their season by traveling to 

Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they lost a close 58-55 

battle to the powerful Titans of Oral Roberts 

University. The Raiders led 40-38 at the half, but a 

flurry of Raider turnovers and cold shooting in the 

second half cost M.T.S.U. a victory. 

Three days later Raider fans got their first look at 

the team when M.T.S.U., led by Taylor's 26 points, 

defeated Athens College 79-68 in Murphy Center. 





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Georgia College was the Raiders' next victim, falling 92- 

54 behind the hot shooting of Joyner, who had 21 points, 

and Martin who tossed in 20. But the biggest shot of the 

game came when Sleepy Taylor crammed a rebound in 

the second half to become only the 12th player in 

M.T.S.U. basketball history to score 1,000 points in a 

career. 

After disposing of Georgia Southwestern 79-58, the 

Raiders ventured to Oxford, Mississippi, to face the Ole 

Miss Rebels. Behind Sleepy Taylor's 26 points, the 

Raiders upset Ole Miss 61-53. The victory was made 

even sweeter after the Rebels beat both Vanderbilt and 

Tennessee down in Oxford later in the season. 

Then the unimaginable happened. The airplane carrying 

the University of Evansville Aces, bound for a date with 

the Raiders at Murphy Center, crashed shortly after 

taking off for Nashville the evening before the game. 

The entire squad of players and coaches perished in the 

accident, and suddenly much of the enthusiasm the 

Raider team had generated was gone. 

A memorial service for the Evansville team was held in 

Murphy Center the day the game was to have been 

played, and afterwards coach Earle and his players 

returned to prepare for a season which had to go on. 

The Raiders overcame a sluggish first half and beat 

University of North Carolina-Ashville 74-62, but then 

dropped a 72-51 decision to Michigan State at East 

Lansing. 





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At the Senior Bowl tournament in Mobile, Alabama, the Raiders lost 
their first game to Pepperdine 68-61, and then they turned Bucknell 77- 
65 in the consolation game, coming back from an 11-point halftime 
deficit. 

Then came the biggest win of the season as the Blue Raiders demolished 
outmanned Culver-Stockton 81-34, and stormed past Urbana 84-48 to 
close out the pre-conference season. 

Despite their lofty hopes of winning the O.V.C. title, the Raiders had to 
open their conference schedule with the annual trip to "Death Valley," 
a two-game road trip they had not swept since 1952. But this was 1978 
and the powerful Raiders did indeed sweep the trip, beating Morehead 
92-59 and Eastern Kentucky 93-86. Eastern had closed the M.T.S.U. lead 
to one point late in the game, but Greg Armstrong and Martin kept 
feeding the ball to Sleepy Taylor, who rammed in 20 for the Raiders' 
final 36 points. "I'm still in shock," said an elated Jimmy Earle after the 
game. "When you make this trip and come out with two wins, you can't 
help but get enthused." 

Now 2-0 and tied for first place in the O.V.C, the Raiders came home to 
face Tennessee Tech. in a game that would determine the league lead. 
The Eagles had yet to win a road game, but M.T.S.U. blew a four-point 
halftime lead and watched as Tech. preserved its narrow lead in the 
second half to upset the Raiders 65-60. 

Middle got back on the winning track two nights later in Murphy 
Center by beating powerful East Tennessee, 68-61. The Bucs had 
jumped out to a 10-point lead before the Raiders shut down their fast 
break and took the lead for good on a jumper by Bob Martin with three 
minutes left in the first half. 



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Now tied for first place in the O.V.C., the Raiders 

prepared for Austin Peay, a team they beat to win the 

O.V.C. tournament in 1977. The game was tied at the 

half and when the Raiders took a four-point lead on 

shots by Martin and Leroy Coleman, it looked like the 

Raiders would beat Peay for the first time in Murphy 

Center since 1975. But with time running out, the Govs 

took a two-point lead, stalled and captured a 64-62 win. 

Two nights later at Murray, the Raiders held off the 

surging Racers and escaped with a 78-77 victory, in a 

game that saw Greg Joyner score a career-high 34 

points. 
With six league games played, Middle had a better 
record on the road (3-0) than they did at home (1-2), so 
the Raiders were decided underdogs when league- 
leading Western Kentucky invaded Murphy Center. But 
playing what Earle called their best game of the year, 
the Raiders upset the Hilltoppers by a lopsided 98-69 
margin in a game that was never close. Leroy Coleman, 
considered the team's best defensive player, helped put 
the lid on the high-scoring Western machine. 

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Opening- the second half of the O.V.C. season against Eastern 

Kentucky, the Raiders were forced into their first overtime game 

of the year when the Colonels tied the game at 60-all after 

regulation play ended. But aided by a Joyner jump shot and four 

Greg Armstrong free throws, the Raiders outscored Eastern in the 

overtime period to take a difficult 74-73 win. 




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For the third time in three 
weeks, the Raiders were again 
tied for the O.V.C. lead, and 
two nights later when 
Morehead came to town, 
Middle took sole possession of 
the top spot. In possibly the 
strangest game of the year, the 
lowly Golden Eagles, winless in 
conference play, played a 
slowdown game and scared the 
Raiders before falling 38-37. 

Though now alone at the top of 
the O.V.C. standings, Middle 
faced an awesome schedule 
which found them playing four 
of their 1st five games on the 
road. The road show opened 
against Tennessee Tech, and 
the 1,500 Raider fans who 
followed Middle to Cookeville 
saw M.T.S.U. get revenge for 
the earlier loss beating the 
Eagles 57-51. Joyner, who had 
20 points, iced the game with a 
pair of free throws in the last 
minute which helped foil a 
Tech comeback. 

Then came the big one. The 
Raiders ventured to Johnson 
City to take on the East 
Tennessee Bucs, who were at 
the top of the O.V.C. standings 
with Middle. But the nationally 
ranked Raider defense shut 
down the high-scoring Bucs 
and claimed undisputed first 
place in the O.V.C. with a 62-53 
victory in the Minidome. 

Back in Murfreesboro for their 
last home game of the year, the 
Raiders had to overcome a 12- 
point deficit in the second half 
to take their third straight one- 
point victory at Murphy 
Center, this time a 57-5*6 
squeaker over Murray. 

Two nights later the Raiders 
lost their first O.V.C. road 
game of the season when rival 
Austin Peay beat M.T.S.U. 80- 
72 in Clarksville. Despite a 102- 
degree temperature, Greg 
Joyner scored 26 points and 
grabbed eight rebounds. But 
the super effort was not 
enough to match the hot- 
shooting Govs, who had now 
put a damper on the Raider's 
hopes for sole possession of the 
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Two nights later the Raiders lost their 
first OVC road game of the season 
when rival Austin Peay beat MTSU 
80-72 in Clarksville. Despite a 102- 
degree temerature, Greg Joyner 
scored 26 points and grabbed eight 
rebounds. But the super effort was 
not enough to match the hot-shooting 
Govs, who had now put a damper on 
the Raider's hopes for sole possession 
of the OVC Crown. 

The Raiders were still not at full 
strength when they hobbled into 
Bowling Green, Kentucky, to play 
their final game of the regular season, 
but if Middle could somehow win, the 
OVC championship would be on the 
bus back to Murfreesboro. 
But the game was also a must for 
Western, which needed a victory to 
gain a spot in the OVC tournament it 
would be hosting the next week. The 
Hilltoppers jumped off to a quick 16-6 
lead and never trailed, although the 
Raiders closed the margin to 78-72 
with four minutes left in the contest. 
The win avenged Western's humiliat- 
ing earlier season loss to MTSU, and 
smashed the Raider's hopes of laying 
undisputed claim to the OVC champi- 
onship. 

The only good news of the evening 
came from Cookeville, where Tennes- 
see Tech upset East Tennessee, giving 
the Raiders a share of the OCV crown 
with the Bucs and assuring Middle of 
top seeding in the conference tourna- 
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at halftime. The lead swayed back and forth dur- 
ing much of the second half before Peay edged 
ahead for good with seven minutes left in the 
game. 

The determined Raiders kept the score close and 
remained in the contest to the end before the 
Govs edged away to take a 66-61 victory. 
So shortly before midnight on March 3, the 1978 
basketball season ended, barely three months 
after it started with the easy win over Athens. 
It was a season of heartbreaking losses and 
heartstopping victories. It was a season of bad 
knees, hign temperatures and hot tempers. It was 
a season marred by the Evansville plane crash 
but buoyed by the "hopes of getting Bob Martin 
on the Pizza Hut team. It was a season of contro- 
versy, with even the starting time of the game 
evoking hot debates. It was a season of Let's go 
Blue, Flush Peay and If You Can't Go to College, 
Go to Tech. It was a season of Raider Roadies and 
Middle Mania. 

But most of all, it was a season unlike any before 
it and one not likely to be repeated. It was a sea- 
son we won't soon forget. 



Hopes were high when the Raiders returned to 
Bowling Green the next week for the OVC tour- 
nament. The huge throng of Raider fans who 
made the trip up to Kentucky figured fate was on 
their side when the Big Blue took the floor 
against old nemesis Austin Peay, the only team 
to beat Middle twice during the season. 
But the Govs took an early 10-point lead before 
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Senate 

Mike McMacDonald Senate 

Riley Clark,. Jr. 

Charlotte Pinninx 

Valerie Norris 

Masidur Rash man 

Kent Syler 

Tom St. Martin 

Doug Dahbs 

Joe Home 

Jeff Doran 

Freddie Hackney 

John Green 

Nelson Wilson 

Gerald Melton 

Jim Rungee, Jr. 

Patrick Flvnn 




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ASB 



ASB PRESIDENT — Bobby Francescon 

ASB CABINET MEMBERS: Ardena Garth, Joy Heath, Norma 

Wyndam, Julie London, Duane Stewart, Don Levine, Steve 

White, Mike McDonald, William Fitzhugh, Jeff Genson, Mark 

Floyd. 






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Gamma Beta Phi 




Pictured are the active members of Gamma Beta Phi 



261 




A Ipha Eta Rho 



ABOVE: Left to 
Right: 

Rick Matthews 

Dan B. Lipsey 

Allen Ekluncl 

Ross Womack 

Tim Slater 

James Finley 

Bruce Warren 

Chris Harris 

Bruce Franks 

Col. Jean Jack 

Jeff Gray 

Tom Lambert 

Julie Hebblc 

Ernest Whiting, Jr. 

Allen Brown 



Not Pictured: 

Pat Lindsay 
Kevin Collins 
Drexel Neuman 
Alan McElfresh 
James Phillips 
Michael Linehan 
Jean Roberts 
Joe Stout 
RIGHT: 

Jeff Abramovitz 
Jerr Hall 
Col. Jean Jack 
Mike Gregorvadcs 
Ted Bach 




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National Intercollegiate Flying Association 




ABOVE: Allen Brown 
Col. Jean Jack 
Mike Gregoriades 
Ross Womack 
Janet Barnard 
Jeff Abramovitz 
Allen Eklund 



263 



Student Teacher's Education Association 





264 





Society for Exceptional 
Children 



265 




A Ipha Kappa Psi 



1. George Luken, Jr. 


Not Pictured: 


2. Pam Ingle 


Jimmy Moore 


3. Gail Roush 


Phil Watson 


4. Sandra Hunt 


Randy Hudson 


5. Natalie Cothren 


Holly Freeman 


6. Bernice Anderson 


Donny Smith 


7. Edward Barton 


Dale Brown 


8. Malcolm Hill 


George Re mi as 


9. Stanley Holland 


Carla Foster 


10. Mike Jones 


Valorie Vaughn 


11. Tony Mooney 




12. Richard Davis 




13. Dean Stopinski 




14. Robert Hayes 






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Student Home Economics Association 





1. Becky Taylor 

2. Vickie Donegan 

3. Connie O'Neal 

4. Sharon Ferrell 

5. Cathy Cohb 

6. Becky Briggs 

7. Debbie Caldwell 

8. Candie Justice 

9. Susan Douglas 

10. Leslie Woods 

11. Patsy Bonner 

12. Marv Mahalie 



13. Denise Hoover 

14. Sue Lynn Smith 

15. Bonita Bugg 

16. Amy Bettis 

17. Kathryn Price, Adv. 

18. Carol Goff 

19. Marie Bloom 

20. Debra Martin 

21. Annette Lyle 

22. Vickie Hill 

23. Rose Easley 
24. 



25. 

26. Denise Norwood 

27. Cheryl Murray 
28. 

29. Jane Fergus 

30. Linda Goodloe 

31. Janet Vandergriff 
32. 

33. 

34. Martie Stokes 

35. Cindy Waddell 

36. Darnell Enoch 



37. Cathy Love 

38. 

39. 

40. 

41. Teresa Braswell 

42. Annette Luckeroth 

43. Gwen Cantrell 

44. Nancy Luckeroth 

45. Kay Sanders 

46. Rita Brown 

47. Melanie Arnold 
48. 

49. Jamie Pope 

50. Donna Stewart 



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Phi Mu Delta 



Debbie Azbell 


Frances Powers 


Amanda Bass 


Valerie Ray 


Peter Bernhart 


Joy Roberson 


Rusty Brown 


Sharon Rupnik 


Horton Brumlow 


Cheryl Saggese 


Jill Butler 


Cristi Secrest 


Melody Chester 


Sandy Shelton 


Carol Cooper 


Linda Stevenson 


Cathy Hall 


Jay Stutts 


Steve Haston 


Danny Sutherland 


Brent Hamar 


Jackie Terry 


Ed Land 


Marty Tuck 


Sharon Langston 


Debbie Vasut 


Yang Sook Lee 


Janice Vinson 


Diane Manning 


Charles Waddell 


Larry MeClure 


Bobby White 


Jerry McKinney 


Ricky Whiteaker 


Robert Nichols 


Carol Wilson 


Mike Perry 


Jimmy Woodlee 




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Karate Club 



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National Collegiate Association of Secretaries 



1. Susan Hall 
2.JinaBall 

3. Lugcnc Lannon 

4. Dr. Ivy Chance 

5. Sherryl Fears 
ti. Sylvia VVriffht 

7. Beverly Brooks 

8. Donna Hoover 

9. Deborah Boyle 

10. Rhessa Wilson 

11. Lynn Gillis 

12. Darlene Amacher 

13. Charlie Pitts 

14. Cathy Carter 

15. Curtis Burns 

16. Dorothy Warren 

17. Mary Armbrecht 

18. Wanda Marchhanks 



19. Dorothea Thomas 

20. Diane Gardner 

21. Kathy Good 

22. Linda Myers 

23. Rel)ecca McCord 

24. Lynda Gross 

25. Beverly Kennedy 

26. Pamela Paul 

27. Brenda Sherrill 

28. Pam Sansom 

29. Theresa Sullivan 

30. Jove Elrod 

31. Cheryl Goodloe 

32. Pam Brown 

33. Beth Stallings 

34. Pam Ryan 

35. Mary Grant 

36. Rita Waynick 

37. Joel Davis 





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Accounting Society 



1. Paula Bovens 

2. Terry Allison 

3. Teresa Smiley 

4. David Hutton 

5. Joe Banker 

6. Greg Nelson 

7. Herbert Jones. Adv. 

8. Randal Turner 

9. Cindy Calahan 

10. Riekie Britton 

11. Tom Walker 

12. Carla Fuqua 

13. George Tucker 

14. Sara Boyce 

15. Charles Holland 



16. Dedra Webb 

17. Ginger Melvin 

18. Howell Lynch 

19. Buddy Startup 

20. David Smith 

21. Charles Lyon 

22. Catherine Austin 

23. Diane Nunley 

24. Clyde Bell 

25. Dr. Sue Whitt 

26. Mark Talley 

27. Amv Schaefer 

28. Gary Russell 

29. Dr. Harold Wilson 



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1. James Pike 

2. DougChaffin 

3. Don Crownover 

4. Buckv Waller 

5. Jeff Harrell 

6. Mark Ferrell 

7. Mike Jefferies 

8. Norris 

9. Pete Patton 

10. David Andrews 

11. MikeMcVev 

12. Webb 

13. Ben Williams 

14. Cpt. Pilvinsky 

15. Mark Gordon 

16. Dan Chapman 

17. Tim Crosby 

18. Cliff Stiles 

19. Sgt. Schneider 

20. Sam Moneyhan 

21. Danny Pearson 

22. Max Haston 

23. Glen Latendresse 

24. Paul Harbsmier 

25. David Williams 




273 



Chemical Society 




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Tim Bodey 

Dr. Hutchinson 

Cheryl Saggese 

Jeria Sately 

Ralph Ilgner 

Kenny Carmichael 

Beth 

Larry C. Wynns 

Tommy Smith 



Larry MeClure 

Randal Caruthers 

Freddie Hackney 

Gail Owen 

Linda Roach 

Winn Peebles 

Kathy Doyle 

Dana Sutherland 



274 





Pre- Veterinary Society 



275 




Chess Club 



1. David Frietag 

2. Jeff Beeler 

3. Bobby Lawrence 

4. Joseph Sebring 

5. Tom Duncan 

6. Mahmaud Alvari-Tubari 

7. Gordon Smead 




276 



Biology Club 






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277 




HPERS Club 



1. Alisa Reeves 

2. Mike Vincent 

3. Tracey McDonald 

4. Donna Glover 

5. Debra Due 

6. Becky Taylor 

7. Patty Williams 

8. Lu Anne Gillespie 

9. Denise Bowden 

10. Paula Partain 

11. Patti Barrett 

12. Corine McDonald 

13. Leigh Wourf 

14. Allison Clark 

15. Karen Price 

16. Shelley Smith 

17. Carolyn Landrith 



18. Vicky White 

19. Cheryl Wagner 

20. Kathy Shelton 

21. Martha Gamble 

22. Karen Smith 

23. Roger Wakefield 

24. Pat Robinson 

25. Kenneth McGuinnes 

26. Tim Torrey 

27. Threasa Miller 

28. Arden Herr 

29. Russell Polk 

30. Renee Hickman 

31. Kaye Hall 

32. Sue Bouydain 

33. Karen Harden 

34. Ms. Faye Brandon, Sponsor 




278 



Gymnastics Club 




1. Barry White 

2. Chloe Peebles 

3. Karen Harden 

4. Cathy Jones 

5. What's her name 

6. What's her name friend 

7. Jayne Proctor 

8. Pat Hannon 

9. Eric Manneschmidt 

10. George Myers 

11. John Cordell 

12. Craig Tilton 

13. Linda Patterson 

14. What's her name #2 

15. LuAnne Gillespie 

16. Ron Fowler 

17. What's her name #2's friend 

18. Denise Bowden 

19. Skip Mason 

20. Rusty Miles 

21. Barry Knox 




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Pre-Law Society 





280 





Student Nurses Association 



281 




Kool Club 



1. Al Westbrook 

2. Chris Dotson 

3. Michael Roby 

4. Reginald Edwards 

5. Joe Tucker 

6. Ken Toney 

7. Carl Hobson 

8. Greg Roby 

9. Donny Hines 



10. Harry Majors 

11. Michael Read 

12. Quenton Bryant 

13. Vonny Landrum 

14. Vincent Robinson 

15. Edd Hill 

16. Robert Beard 

17. Ben Scruggs 




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Koolettes 




1. Marilyn Smith 

2. Gail Goins 

3. Tina Puckett 

4. Dedra Smith 

5. Fernicia Cox 

6. Rose Roby 

7. Renee Dotson 

8. Wanda Marchbanks 
9.GwenTally 

10. LaFreda Gunn 

11. Cheryl Williams 




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University Interfaith Council 



1. Amy Davenport 

2. Linda Goodloe 

3. Robbie Tice 

4. Randy Brown 

5. David Miller 

6. Morgan Wallace 

7. Mike Vinson 

8. Don Crittenden 

9. Don Peek 

10. Jimmy Joseph 
Not Pictured: 
Dean Robert MacLean 
Paulanne Swilley 
Joe Carr 





284 




Baptist Student Union 



Dr. Jimmy Joseph 
Melodie Strong 
Susan True 
Tina Hall 
Mark Cantrell 
James Torbert 
Dr. Barham 
Danny Long 
Bill Henry 
Pat Parris 
Robin Duggan 
Debbie Brown 
Kav Sanders 
Mark Walsh 
Ricky Rhodes 
Nancy Fitch 
Sharon Walker 
Arnold Brown 
Don Peek 



Gwen Madsen 
Lyndell Parks 
Vivian Bearden 
Donna Cochran 
Brenda Orr 
Larry Lane 
Valarie Rixie 
Susan Essary 
Charlie Gillespie 
Mary Foust 
Cat Love 
Lori King 
Ronnie Barron 
Jim Stewart 
Ricky Whited 
Kathy German 
Mark Pennington 
Dianna Dunavan 



285 




Wesley Foundation 



1. Margaret Perry 


19. Leslie Dye 


2. Phebe Erwin 


20. Jenny Eldridge 


3. Neal Turner 


21. Donna Hoover 


4. James Morrison 


22. Jeff Moore 


5. Jeannie Ring 


23. Carla Fuqua 


6. Kathy Jordon 


24. Andrea Tolleson 


7. Molly Anderson 


25. Sue Lynn Smith 


8. Patty Spry 


26. Margaret Alexander 


9. Diane Stal lings 


27. Mark Terry 


10. Susan Powell 


28. Glenn Profitt 


11. Marilx.'th Leech 


29. Alan Miller 


12. Josephine Scruggs 


30. Kay Phillips 


13. Dave Miller 


31. Vicky Stubblefield 


14. Cindy Wigley 


32. Mike Kopp 


15. Erin Hein 


33. Steve Broadway 


16. Brenda Blanton 


34. Mary Bonner 


17. Kim McFee 


35. Funso Poopla 


18. Teresa Loonej 


36. Mark Webb 



37. Marty Lindedecker 

38. Beverly Frazier 

39. Kay Frazier 

40. Valerie Turner 

41. Don Bingham 

42. Joey Godwin 

43. Bob Nichols 

44. Jim McPherson 

45. Blake Peterson 

46. Steve Pyle 

47. Jim Johnson 

48. Danny Godwin 

49. Peggy- Elkins 

50. Walter Bratton 

51. Rusty Brown 

52. Presley Campbell 




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2. Howard Cunningham 

3. Nancy Montgomery 

4. Jim Luckett 

5. Cathy Fosbinder 

6. Annette Grimes 

7. Terri Griffith 

8. Homer Griffith 

9. Nancy Crockett 

10. Beth Griffin 

11. Susie Francescon 



12. Mary Ann Luckett 

13. Carol Stamps 

14. Martha Herhert 

15. Dennis Baker 

16. Rev. Joseph Breen 

17. Eddie Grimes 

18. Carolyn Columho 

19. Mike Mertzbacher 

20. Mary Lou Winnish 

21. Lou Winnish 




287 



Triton Club 



1. Teresa Sharp 


9. Liane Ilgner 


2. TootieLou Hinkle 


10. Marv Hilt 


3. Jamie Delzell 


11. Dawn Bowen 


4. Meagan Carter 


12. Sha Wright 


5. Debra Crawford 


13. Paula Harrell 


6. Debi Cody 


14. Preston Dalton 


7. Frank Simpson 


15. Mona Davis 


8. Tony Bastone 


16. Laray Rector 





288 




Dance Club 



James Proctor 

LuanneGillispie 

Carol Christof 

J.J. 

Patricia Harris 

Denis Bowden 



Melody Womaek 
Kathy McGill 
Patty Barrett 
Kay Tucker 
Tanya Graham 



289 



Buchanan Players 



David James 

Cherl Hancock 

Joe Peck 

Shirln Sohrab 

Kathy Metheny 

Theresa Floyd 

Pat Anderson 

Kathy Bryan 

Tricia Rogers 

Lorinda Anderson 

Dorethe Tucker — Sponsor 

Suzanne Phillips 

Steve Steele 

Williams Jones 

Boh Young 

Bob Forsythe 

Virginia Donnell 

Tom Meador 

Diane Blackwell 

Kina Steed 

Tim VanHook 

Tricia Nauen 

Lisa Davis 

Rork Harrell 

James 

Gerald Dunn 

David Cummings 

Joe Selph 

Gwen Kirkbeminde 

Martin McGeachy 

Cindy O'Brien 

Vicki Jennette 




290 



Music Educator's National Conference 




Standing: Nancy Barry, 
Carol Ainsworth, Robert 
Salimbene, Beth Gunter, 
Diane StaMinjjs, Marvin 
MeDaniel, Sponsor, Emily 
Dickens. Sitting: Allen 
Miller, Lisa Early. 



291 



Art Club 




292 




Association of Recording Management Students 



Skip Anderson 

Kalhy Peterson 

Davis Luna 

Mike- Sanders 

Ray Singer 

Dr. Geoff Hull — faculty advisor 

Danny Dunclelierger 

Norma Wynoham 

Barbara Arleoge 

David Williams 

Charles Dorris 

Bennie Stewart 



293 



Sidelines 



FALL '77 
EDITOR— Ted Rayburn 

MANAGING EDITOR — Ben Eubanks 

NEWS EDITOR — Cathy Wood 

ASSIST. NEWS EDITOR — Steve Miller 

ASSIST. NEWS EDITOR — Fred H. Powers, Jr. 

SPORTS EDITOR — Frank Vickers 

ASSIST. SPORTS EDITOR — Eddie Gossage 

COPY EDITOR — John Pitts 

PHOTO EDITOR — Thorn Coombes 

ADVERTISING MANAGER — Judy Gordon 

ADVISOR — Byron St. Dizier 






SPRING 78 
EDITOR — Ben Eubanks 
MANAGING EDTIOR — Cathy Wood 
NEWS EDITOR — Jerry Williamson 
COPY EDITOR — Jane Hamlin 
FEATURE EDITOR — D'Nice Lawson 
SPORTS EDITOR — Scott Adams 
PHOTO EDITOR — Steve Harbison 
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR— Bill Ray 
ADVISOR — Byron St. Dizier 
CARTOONIST (man with no face) — 
D.B. Fischaetz 




Midlander 



EDITOR — Patricia Harris 

MANAGING EDITOR — Linda Nelson 

PHOTO EDITOR — Robin Rudd 

DESIGN — EDDIE CRAWFORD 

STAFF — 

Debbie Isbell 

Vivian Bearden 

Eddeth Dasheill 

Terri Fowler 

Cheryl Alexander 

Lin Barber 

Karen Jones 

Cindi Richards 

Jacki Pickard 

PHOTOGRAPHERS — 

Robin Rudd 

Mike Locke 

Thorn Coombes 

W. H. Bowman 

Cindy Hicks 

Janice McGee 

Steve Harbison 

Pat Daley 

ADVISOR — 

Byron St. Dizier 

SPO*RTS EDITOR 

Ed Arning 






Famous Midlander Words . . . 
okey-doke, babe, I love you, too 
. . . let's take a break . . . damn, 
damn, damn ... I don't care any- 
more . . . are we gonna work late 
tonight? . . . Can you come over 
and work? I gotta test tomorrow; 
I gotta date . . . DOG, Patricia 
. . . Are ya'll gonna meet the 
deadline . . . The way I figure it, 
I can print up. 



Memorandum 




Department of Mass Communications 

TELEPHONE 898-281 3 



Middle Tennessee State University \ Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37130 



TO: 


ANYBODY 


FROM: 


THE EDITOR 


DATE: 


NOW 


SUBJECT: 


COLLAGE MAGAZINE 



ITEM ONE: THERE IS A COLLAGE MAGAZINE. 

ITEM TWO: CROUSE POWELL IS THE EDITOR 0? SAID MAGAZINE. 

ITEM THREE: COLLAGE WILL BE AVAILABLE THE FIRST WEEK OF JAN. '78. 

ITEM FOUR: IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A WINTER COLLAGE AND ARE 

UNABLE TO GET ONE DUE TJ (1) DECEMBER GRADUATION OR 

(2) TOTAL PARALYSIS, WRITE COLLAGE, MTSU BOX #61, 

AND I WILL MAIL YOU ONE. 
ITEM FIVE: DEADLINE FOR NON-FICTION MATERIAL IS FEB. 1. 
ITEM SIX: DEADLINE FOR POETRY IS FSB. 10. 
ITEM SEVEN: DEADLINE FOR UNASSIGNED ART WORK AND PHOTOGRAPHY 

IS FEB. 17. 
ITEM SIGHT: DEADLINE FOR FICTION IS FEB. 23. 
I3BM NINE: LOOK. BYRON! I CLEANED MY ROOM! CAN I HAVE MY ICE 

CREAM NOV/? 

ME 




P.R.S.S.A. 




300 



Sigma Delta Chi 




Diane Lawson 


Patricia Harris 


Suzanne Griffin 


Robert Sturm 


Laura Lewis 


Ed Arning 


Dena Stewart 


Chuck Cavalaris 


Brenda Blanton 


Craig Edwards 


Cathy Wood 


Brian Fyke 


Mr. Himebaugh 


Jerry King 


Ted Rayburn 


John Blivens 


Gary Pryor 


Thomas Coombes 


Ben Eubanks 


Tony Triano — president 


Carlos Clemente 




John Pitts 




Jay Colley 





301 



Tau Omicron 




University Police Department 



Tony Sutton 
Tim Christal 
Albert Miles 
Anita Moyers 
Brett Bonham 
Don Nicholson 
Sgt. Hendrickson 
Dale Robinson 
Kandee Kinser 
Larry Vincent 
Carol Alcie 
Tom Davis 
Donna Scott 
Terri Moore 
Bonnie Roberts 
Ed Luther 
Jim Home 
Larry Nixon 
Joe Gregory 
Karl Moates 
Paul Boyd 
Greg Threawt 
Kip Stone 
Mr. Brandon 
Jim Burlhalter 
Brooks Wilkins 
Rickey Smith 




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Kappa Omicron Phi 




Faculty sponsor — Dr. Reeder 


Teresa Sanderson 


Corresponding Secretary — Becky Taylor 


Annette Lurckeroth 


Second Vice-President — Amy Bettis 


Diane Harvey 


Recording Secretary — Pat Youree 


Rita Brown 


Keeper of Archives — Cheryl Murray- 


Monica Gann 


President — Teresa Braswell 


Priscilla Baker 


Treasurer — Sharon Fen-ell 


Susan Douglas 


Janet Henson 


Suzanne Swanger 


Cathy Buck 


Martie Stokes 


Kay Saunders 


Bobbie Edmonson 


J. Sisk 


Connie O'Nreal 




Cathy Cantrell 



305 



Beta Beta Beta 




306 






Society for Personnel A dminist ration 




Fred McMillin 






Karen Smith 


Laura Corbia 






Jennifer Judd — Treasurer 


Terri Moore — 


Secretary 


Linda Kemper 


Laura Baxter 






Barry White 


Teresa Brown 






Vickie Hill 


Ricky Bowen 






Donna Stalwart 


Fowler Todd 






Theresa Schuetze — President 


Alice Crouch 






Ricky Clark 


Elizabeth Ann 


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Lee Ann Floyd 


Jeffrey E. Beeler 




Gerald Skelton — Vice-President 



307 



Orientering Team 




Denise Miller 




Dusty Woodlee 


James Pike 




Mark Gordon 


Bucky Waller 




Jeff Harrell 


John Kane 




Gordon Smead 


Randy Mize 




Glenn Latendresse 


Steve Dotson 




Don Crownover 


Jeff Gill 


Capt. 


Frank Ellis, sponsor 



308 






Scabbard and Blade 




David Brown 
Doug Cheffin 
David Ogg 
Doug Jones 
Jim Rungee 
Frank Brothers 
Chappell Garner 
Lou Horner 
Randy Mize 
Don Crownover 
Bucky Waller 
James Pike 
Jeff Harrell 



Mark Gordon 
Rickey Smith 
Mark Webb 
Jeff Davidson 
Dan Chapman 
Max Haston 
Dustv Woodlee 
Jeff Gill 
Bill Mahr 
Skip Mason 
Cpt. Taylor 
Robert de Jarnett 



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The 1977-78 Horse Judging teams put MTSU on the map by winning the National Multi-Breeds 

Judging contest in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in November. The team composed of Steve Brazier, 

Julie Murphy, Dave Whitaker (coach), Kelly Rice, and Johnny Newman beat out 22 other teams from 

such universities as Penn State, Cornell, University of Illinois, and yes, even the University of 

Tennessee. 



310 



Block and Bridle 




Robert Ary, Jr. 
Boyd Barker 
John Barker 
Dale Barnett 
Ronnie Barron 
Brenda Bernstel 
Charles Bowman 
Steve Brazier 
Sally Bydalek 
Steve Collins 
Patty Davidson 
Dennis Eakin 



Karen Evens 
McAllen Finley 
Mark Goodrich 
Barton Harrison 
Jaeque Holden 
Kelley Jarrell 
Denise Jones 
Bill Lane 
Dale McDonald 
Caroline Miller 
Erick Montgomery 
Randy Nickell 
Denise Page 



Charles Parris 
Kelvin Panuel 
Charles Price 
David Pruett 
John Raulston 
K. C. Roberson 
Patsy Slatton 
Steve Smith 
Donna Stewart 
Rick Syler 
Linton Whaley 
Paul Whaley " 
Carter Woodruff 



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Panhellenic Council 




Inter- 
Fraternity 
Council 



Susan Morgan 

Janice Vandergrife 

Lucinda Poole 



Susan Andreas 

Lisa Gibson 

Lugene Sloan 

Roehelle LaFevor 

Sandra Cole 



Laura Womack 

Elizabeth Turner 

Lisa Jackson 

Heather Hoist 

Sherry Lambert 



Trish Bell 

Betty Brock 

Kate Moore 

Debbie Ferrari 

Jerri Dunlap 




314 



Executive Council for Black Greeks 




Vincent Robinson 
Tommy Brown 
Charlie Williams 
Brenda Bonner 
Marshall Jenkins 
Adrienne Turner 
Gail Clemons 
Jeffery Hall 
Mack Kelly 
Valeria Garth 



315 



A Ipha Gamma Delta 



Laura Kittrell 

Kellie Christian 

Mary Jane Bull 

Susan Cook 

Linda Roach 

Doretta Hobbs 

Kate Moore 

Susan Overall 

Donna South 

Nanzy Porter 

Ramona Hardy 

Lauren Emery 

Susan Morgan 

Suzie Wilson 

Joanne True 

Sandy Kinzalow 

Janice Vandergriff 

Helen Andrews 

Maggie McNamee 

Cindy Forgey 

Martha Allen 

Cheryl Patterson 

Barbara Hutson 




316 

Greeks 



A Ipha Kappa A Ipha 




Top of Stairs 

Corisa Parks 

Nannette Young 

Deborah James 

Patricia Wooten 

Adrienne Turner 

Phyllis Smith 

Jacquline Smith 

June Hawkins 

Karolyn Jackson 

Juanita Smith 



Adrienne Turner 
Portia Willis 

Jackie Smith 





318 
Greeks 




A Ipha Kappa A Ipha 




319 

Greeks 




320 

Greeks 



Alpha Phi Alpha 




Foster Anthony, Jr. 
Wilbon R. Waters 
Stephen L. Moorman 
Anthony K. Etheridge 
Michael" G. Phillips 
Jake McClary Burrell 



321 

Greeks 



Chris Parks 

Rob Ragland 

Kitten Comer 

Bill Sellars 

Bruce Williams 

Larry Harmon 

Brenda Inman 

Jim Hutcherson 

Valerie Wright 

Lee Burke 

Gary Olsen 

David Dunn 

Chris Harsson 

Mike Rupley 

Richard McLean 

Walton Dunn 

Ricky Patterson 

David Redden 

Mark Anthony 

Marty Horn 

Jill Massie 

Sharon Temple 

Nancy Holland 

Don Fox 

Donna Hill 

John Frankhouser 

Chip Hoskins 

Gary Phillips 

Lynn Stanfield 

Suzanne Griffith 

Beth Rhodes 

Paul Burns 

Heather Hoist 

Bill Mason 




322 

Greeks 



Alpha Tau Omega 




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323 

Greeks 



324 

Greeks 




Chi Omega 



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Beth Bancroft 
Donna Byrn 
Ann King 
Karen Davenport 
Mina Ring 
Tracy Wilson 
Julie Jamison 
Lara Womack 
Hallie Coppege 
Melinda Polk 
Cindy Frazier 
Miriam Lowery 
Sherry Elam 
Vicky Chambers 
Tricia Bell 
Allison Lucas 
Laurie Burr 
Heather Howard 
Lee Ann Murphy 
Barbara Murdaugh 
Lisa Gibson 
Jill Sterling 
Sherry Foster 
Susan Andrews 
Lauren Allen 
Yvonne Kirksey 
Ann Reynolds 
Luann Tibbetts 
Cindy Poore 
Janet Pratt 
Teresa Sanderson 
Diane Penny 
Kathy Alexander 
Allison Day 
Mary McKnight 
Terry Pate 
Lynn Crosby 
Sherry Lambert 
Wanda McKnight 
Mary Pat Cassidy 
Ann Alexander 
Charlotte Dvorak 
Melanie Smotherman 
Bethany Wright 
Lisa Troutt 
Linda Lemming 
Dians McCord 



325 

Greeks 



Dalise Curtis 

Zebbedi Peebles 

Regina Hall 

Sherryl Fears 

Claudet Walls 

Valeria Garth 

Jackie Chatman 

Robin Crossing 

Darlens Lee 

Marcia Kelley 

Denise Whitmon 

Randi Hartsfield 

Ardena Garth 

Vanessa Robbs 

Carmen Carter 

Dekota Dennis 



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326 

Greeks 




Delta Sigma Theta 



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327 

Greeks 



Delta Tau Delta 



Brooks Wilkins 

Ken Bruce 

Mike Claiborne 

Sid Erwin 

Steve Thurman 

Jimmy Edgemon 

Jere Keith 

Jack Langford 

John Pyle 

Jim Dillon 

Jeff Grimes 

Jerry Wieck 



Greg Threwt 

Rick Mann 

Kevan Marsh 

Ronnie Baker 

Wayne Rose 

Rusty Miles 

Larry Woodal 

Joe Hussy 

David Robinson 

Jim Home 

Tricoa Wilkins 

Joe Bramlett 



Sandra Powell 

Patti Barrett 

Sharon Bad get t 

Debbie Evans 

Jan Locke 

Becky Louge 

Kayla Coffy 

Lisa Demomreod 

Debbie Marcam 

Ginger Smotherman 

Donna Dural 

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329 

Greeks 




Kayla Coffey 
Ginger Smotherman 
Lynn Sain 
Robyn Lotts 
Karen Dickey 
Nancy Brunson 
Becky Louge 
Sandra Cole 
Janet Dodd 
Alice McLain 
Mary Neligan 
Jeannie Day 



Jean Williams 
Diane Simmons 
Sharon Badget 
Randy Williams 
Terri Henslee 
Rick Freeman 
Wayne Rose 
Matt Keough 
Crouse Powell 
Susan Hall 
Jerri Dunlap 

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330 

Greeks 



Delta Zeta 



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331 

Greeks 



Jeff Doran 

Andy Anderson 

Moody Castleman 

Brian Grace 

Bill Moseley 

Bobby Pugh 

Steve Caf fey 

Mark Eaton 

Bert Wills 

Bill Clift 

Freddie Hackney 

Tricia Bell 

Revel Young 

Mike Jinks 

Earl May 

Mark Vick 

Ann McKnight 

Robbie Thompson 

Ed Payne 

Chris Hargrove 

Allen Stewman 

Bobby Wooden 

Paul Haynes 

Doug Dabbs 

Tim Coleman 

Glen Burford 

Sherrie Davenport 

Dorothy Bolton 

Ginger Melvin 

Mike Thompson 

Sheree Penington 

Terry Pate 

Lisa Troutt 

Melanie Smotherman 

Alison Lucas 

Jackie Waddell 

Jimmy Singleton 

Susan Andrews 

Terry Allison 

Kathy Morris 

Diane McCord 

Michelle Taylor 

Cindy Frazier 

Mary McKnight 

Dawn Dyer 

Leah Norris 

Mike Crowe 

Vickie Parman 




332 

Greeks 



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Greeks 




334 

Greeks 



Kappa A Ipha Psi 




Sheikh Faye 
Tonya Larry 
JeggHill 
Patty Scott 
Peter Clarke 
Kolas Elion 
Brenda Lee 
Royce Boykin 
Ella Pendergrass 
Dwight Reynolds 
Bernodette Gwinn 
Micheal Lane 
Paulette Chester 
James Robb 
Ernest Adams 
Mike Moore 
Rosco Kidd 



335 

Greeks 



Kappa Delta 



336 

Greeks 





337 

Greeks 






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338 

Greeks 




Kappa Sigma 



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Al Betz 

Brian Leedham 
Matt Little 
Robert Buck 
Jerry Edwards 
Marty Burns 
Dewight Burch 
Mike Crews 
Mark Summers 
Wayne Phone Bone 
Mark Floyd 
Rollo Rollins 
Mike Huels 
David McCutcheon 
Charlie Muel lei- 
Mary Pat Cassidy 
Marc Rogers 
Ronnie Adcock 
Jerry Spiva 
Tony Bowling 
Glenda Beard 
Rich Ring 



Jeanie Stalcup 
Kathy Rogers 
David Davis 
Keith VonNeida 
Stan DeCoursey 
Steve Dor man 
Brian Sellers 
Sherry McQuinn 
Justin Strong 
Karen Smith 
Cheryl Murray 
Mike Yeager * 
Wayne Baxter 
Steve Richardson 
Emmitt Brown 
Star Crowe 
Valerie Norris 
Thomas Hales 
Michells Little 
Mary Whiteaker 
Terry Duncan 
Jim Whiteaker 



Tim Brewer 
Dennis Young 
Sandy Bayless 
Pam Adams 
Dinah Scudder 
DougSwann 
Reggie Buck 
Lisa Gibson 
Tammy Beale 
Bob Pittard 
William Davis 
Jimmy Griffin 
Debbie Zeber 
Mike Cotton 
Mark Free 
Mike Boehms 
Melinda Polk 
Mark Tabor 
James Brewer 
Jeff Ballentine 
Lesek Langford 
Porky Campbell 



Rick Savage 
Donna Byrn 
Kathy Howard 
Richard Gabel 
Nina Vialuch 
Bill Scott 
Joe Caudle 
Nancy Hawley 
Jo Wells 
Suzanne Pomy 
Flugh Pinkleton 
Andra Fuson 
Leona Gabbert 
Patti Latta 
Donna Bryant 
Edwin Alexander 
Tim Jackson 
Allen East 
Cheryl Patterson 
Ray Johnson 



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339 

Greeks 



Phi Beta Sigma 



Ricky Moorehead 

Michael Berry 

John West Jr. 

Charlie Williams Jr. 

Bobby Bledsoe 

Kenneth Parham 

Irvin Oten III 

Durwin Glasper 

Michael Christman 

J. T. Musgrove 

Dave Robinson 

Russell Holloway 

Arthur Hutchison 





340 

Greeks 








341 

Greeks 




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342 

Greeks 






Pi Kappa A Ipha 



Dickey Alexander 
Richard Barber 
Monroe Brooks 
Jim Burress 
Stan Cail 
Lyn Cantrell 
Eddie Chisholm 
Brad Clark 
Chris Charlton 
Gary Crawford 
Terry Crotzer 
Larry Diorio 
Steve Dukik 
Ernie Edwards 
Tim England 
Blake Freeman 
David Gilliam 
Tim Hardy 
John Hallman 



Stephen Holder 
Jere Holt 
Curtis Hopper 
David Howser 
Bill Jakes 
Donald Jenkins 
Harry Johnson 
Tim Kennedy 
Mike Kincaid 
Steve Lancaster 
Perry Lancaster 
Mike Layland 
Scott Maloy 
Chris Mattingly 
Kirby McNabb 
George McClary 
Russ Mullen 
Scott Parrott 
Robert Pate 



Jack Patterson 
Gary Pomeroy 
Danny Russell 
Perry Smith 
John Stanley 
Nubb Thurmond 
Billy Walker 
Omar Walton 
Tom Ware 
Jeff Wilson 
Mary Blank 
Kerma Bowling 
Cindy Cate 
Cindy Charleton 
Vickie Close 
Tammy Cook 
Susan De'Orio 
Susan Driver 
Cindi Fussell 



Linda Geise 
Linda Hendricks 
Marian Horner 
Betty Lampley 
Carlene Miller 
Elise Millrany 
Melissa Ognio 
Cheryl Ringler 
Elaine Russell 
Lisa Sanders 
Suzanne Sands 
Rhonda Sawyer 
Tia Sisk 
Susan Spivey 
Janet Vandergriff 
Donna Webb 
Jo Ann Wilgus 
Ann Wimsatt 
Vicki Lee 





343 

Greeks 






344 

Greeks 




Omega Psi Phi 



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Andra Willis 
Kevin McKinney 
Dale Strickland 
Larry Miller 
Marshall Jenkins 
Larry Hurt 
Greg Ford 
Vincent Harris 
Joe Gregory 
Jerome Pratt 
Hound Shaw 
Reggie Bell 




345 

Greeks 



Mark Pigg 

Stan Bennett 

Jamie Kennedy 

Gray Admas 

Eddie Gaines 

Lisa Rowland 

Wayne Tucker 

Marty Roberson 

Tommy O'Brien 

Jim Rungee 

Ruth Martindale 

Bob York 

Clay Adams 

Linda Leming 



Jeff Davidson 

Lisa Patterson 

Richard Walker 

Robbie Mayberry 

John Powers 

Rhonda Graham 

Jim Gallaway 

Sherry Garrett 

Harrison Bond 

Bandi Moorehead 

Chuck Shaw 

Chris Spratt 

Debbie Ferreri 

Mike Lovelace 



Vickie White 

Art Swary 

Mike Watson 

Brad Hornsby 

Mike Petty 

Don Hawkes 

Jay Simpson 

Tom Frost 

Hal Dyke 

Mike Smith 

Mike Petty 

Joel Payne 

Ralph Chappel 

Gary Hare 



Niel Lambert 

Richard Jackson 

Chad Meadows 

Terry Hodge 

Butch Poole 

David Collins 

Tim Light 

Gary Brock 

Chris Barrett 

Wade Sugg 

Steve Holden 

John Pitts 

Mark McDaniel 

Tim Strobel 




346 

Greeks 



Sigma A Ipha Epsilon 




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347 

Greeks 




348 

Greeks 



Sigma Nu 






349 

Greeks 




350 

Greeks 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 




351 

Greeks 




352 

Greeks 



Zeta Phi Beta 





Wilma Wiley 
Karen Stewart 
Vickie Crowley 
Janice Weathers 
Gail Clemmons 
Patricia Talley 
Cheryl Giles 
Chris Taylor 
Barbara Akins 



353 

Greeks 






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A Ipha Gamma Rho 



Mark Nevins 
Steve Wallace 
Randy Delap 
David Henson 
Tim Merrill 
Janie Hamlin 
Patty Davidson 
Cheryl Holmes 
Cindy Noland 
CeliaCoggins 
Keith Hall 
Roger Childress 



Donna Jo Broadway 
John Curtis 
Eddie Jernigan 
David Burgess 
Don Holder 
Ed. T. Petty 
Phillip Johnson 
Bobby Love 
Sam Langford 
Casey Jones 
John Lavelle 




355 

Greeks 



Robert Abernathy — 142 
Jeff Abramovitz — 142 
Diane Adams — 142 
Donald Adams — 142 
Donald Adams — 142 
Melinda Adams — 142 
Mike Adams — 142 
Silas Adams — 142 
William Adams — 142 
Bonnie Adcox — 142 
Carolyn Adcock — 142 
Matt Adkins— 142 
Nancy Adkins — 120 
Andrew Adler— 142 
Gary Adler — 142 
Bob Akin— 120 
Cindy Albert — 142 
Patrick Albright — 142 
Sheree Alcorn — 143 
Will Alcorn — 120 
Mark Aldrich — 120 
William Aldrich — 143 
Cheryl Alexander — 143 
Edwin Alexander — 143 
Karen Alexander — 143 
Margaret Alexander — 120 
David Alexandra — 143 
Shirley Alford — 120 
Vivienne Allard — 143 
Bonnie Allen — 143 
Carol Ann Allen — 143 
Dannyl Allen — 143 
David Allen — 143 
Diane Allen — 143 
Donald Allen - 143 
Judy Allen — 120 
Laureen Allen — 143 
Linda Allen — 143 
Martha Allen - 143 
Diana Allison — 143 
Randy Allison — 143 
Terry Allison — 120 
Jackie Allmon — 120 
Darlene Amacher — 143 
Lisa Amacher — 143 
Andy Anderson — 143 
Jeff Anderson — 143 
Jerry Anderson — 143 
Lisa Anderson — 143 
Lorinda Anderson — 143 
Mary Anderson — 143 
Molly Anderson — 120 
Patrick Anderson — 143 
Regina Anderson — 120 
Theresa Anderson — 143 
Tony Anderson — 143 
Valeria Anderson — 143 
Nita Anderton — 120 
Steve Andreocci — 143 
Helen Andrews — 143 
Jean Andrews — 143 
Phyllis Andrews— 143 
Debra Angel — 120 
Mark Anthony — 143 
Dawn Apps — 143 
Ann Arbuckle — 143 
Denise Arbuckle — 143 
Sarah Arbuckle — 143 
Jim Archer — 143 
Barbara Arledge — 120 
Mary Armbreeht — 120 
Jerry Armstrong — 144 
Rhonda Arnstrong — 144 
David Arnette — 144 
Edward Arning — 120 
Antonia Arnold — 144 
Edward Arnold — 120 
Ronnie Arnold — 120 
Chris Arrowood — 144 
Greg Artis — 144 
Mary Beth Arvin — 120 
Dirk Ash — 144 
Kay Ash — 144 



Tara Asher — 144 
Doris Aslinger — 144 
James Atkeison — 120 
Vickie Atkinson — 144 
Jada Austin — 144 
John VanAtU — 144 
Tom Avaritt — 144 
Charles Avent — 144 
James Ayers — 144 
Donna Bacigalupo — 124 
Sharon Badgett — 144 
Lee Baggett — 144 
Regina Baggett — 144 
Pat Bagsby — 144 
Denise Bagwell — 144 
James E. Bailey — 120 
Kenny Bailey — 144 
Nickey Bailey — 144 
Robbie Bailey — 144 
Deborah Baker — 144 
Darek Baker— 144 
David Baker— 144 
Jerry Baker— 121 
Oscar Baker — 144 
Priscilla Baker— 120 
Rez Baker — 144 
Sharon Baker — 144 
John Ball — 144 
Jeff Ballentine — 144 
Donna Ballard — 121 
William Balenger — 144 
Margo Banks — 120 
Elizabeth Barber— 144 
Richard Barber — 144 
Phyllis Barlow — 121 
Sharon Barlow — 121 
Glenn Barnhill — 144 
Janet Barnhard — 144 
Caray Barnes — 144 
Connie Barnes — 144 
Connie Barnes — 144 
Michael Barnes — 144 
Patricia Barnes — 144 
Phil Barnes — 144 
Dale Barnett — 144 
Chris Barrett — 144 
John Barrett — 144 
Mary Barrett — 144 
Patti Barrett — 144 
Nancy Barron — 144 
Robert Barrow — 121 
Julie Barry — 144 
Patrick Bartters — 144 
Nancy Barton — 144 
Amanda Bass — 144 
Shirley Bass— 145 
Thomas Bates — 145 
Virginia Bates — 145 
Laurie Baxter — 121 
Michael Baxter — 145 
Michael Bean — 145 
Glenda Beard — 145 
Robert Beard — 145 
Stan Bearden — 145 
Vivian Bearden — 145 
Forrest Beasley — 145 
Lynn Beasley — 121 
Jennifer Barnes — 145 
Thomas Beavers — 145 
Deborah Beavert — 145 
Beth Beck — 145 
Steve Beck — 145 
Jeff Bealer — 145 
Arbar Behnam — 145 
Cathy Belcher — 145 
Debbie Belcher — 145 
Lynn Belk — 145 
Danny Bell — 145 
Elizabeth Bell — 121 
John Bell - 145 
Patricia Bell — 145 
JimBellefant — 145 
Gail Bennett— 145 



Jeff Bennett— 121 
Pamela Bennett — 145 
Robin Bennett— 145 
Suzy Bennett — 145 
Gordon Bergstue — 121 
Brad Berlin — 145 
Mark Berry — 121 
Mike Berry — 145 
Amy Bettis — 145 
Greg Bettis — 145 
Alan Betz — 121 
Paula Bevels— 121 
Melodie Bidwell — 145 
Brenda Bickel — 121 
Wilma Bilderback — 145 
Joe Bills — 145 
Bruce Binkly — 145 
Sheila Binkly- 145 
Linda Birchett — 145 
Trudy Birdwell — 145 
Bobby Bishop — 145 
Charles Bishop — 145 
Debbie Bishop — 145 
Sharon Bivens — 145 
Alan Black — 145 
Beverly Black — 145 
Lloyd Blackwell — 145 
James Blair — 145 
Karen Blakely — 145 
Susan Bland — 145 
Brenda Blanton— 121 
Jana Blankenship — 145 
Beth Blassingame — 145 
Bobby Bledsoe — 145 
Vickie Bledsoe — 146 
Christy Bleecker— 146 
Angie Blevins — 121 
Deloris Blevins — 146 
John Bliven — 121 
David Block — 146 
Susan Block — 146 
Marie Bloom — 121 
David Blosser — 146 
Laura Bobbitt — 146 
Marcia Bobeik — 146 
Gary Bobeik — 146 
Jimmy Bobo — 146 
Lynne Bomar — 121 
Patty Borham — 146 
Nancy Bolen — 146 
Wayne Bone — 146 
Diane Boner — 121 
Joyce Bonner — 146 
Patsy Bonner — 146 
Gwen Booth — 146 
Cathy Boone — 146 
Cathy Bouldin — 121 
Jimmie K. Bouldin — 121 
Joseph Bowers — 146 
Denise Boqden — 121 
Joan Bower — 146 
Tonya Bowie — 146 
Gail Bowman — 121 
Michael Box — 146 
Randy Box — 122 
Karen Boyle — 146 
Bobby Boyce — 122 
Kerry Boyce — 146 
Mary Boyce — 146 
Sara Boyce — 122 
Cedric Boyd — 146 
Nikki Boyd — 146 
Laurie Boyless — 146 
Deborah Boyte — 146 
Paul Bracey — 146 
Deborah Braden — 146 
Phaitheon Braden — 146 
Maudean Beadford — 146 
Virginia Bradford — 146 
Donna Brake — 122 
MaryJoBramlett — 122 
Ellen Brandon — 146 
Nancy Brandon — 122 



James Brandt — 146 
Stephanie Brannon — 146 
Loura Brantley — 146 
Dani Brashear — 146 
Teresa Braswell — 146 
Jim Bratcher — 146 
Leaman Bratton — 147 
Steve Brazier — 147 
Carol Breece — 147 
Jody Brewer — 147 
John Brewer — 147 
John Brewer — 147 
Larry Brewer — 147 
Gill Brewster— 147 
Dennis Brice — 147 
Becky Briggs — 147 
Mary Lou Briggs — 147 
Ricky Britton — 122 
Donna Broadway — 147 
Earl Broadway — 147 
Steve Broadway — 147 
Betty Brock — 147 
Susan Broker — 147 
David Brooks — 147 
Steve Brooks — 147 
Cherry Brothers — 147 
Sherry Brothers — 147 
Grace Browder — 147 
Suzanne Browder — 122 
Allen Brown — 122 
Anita Brown — 147 
Betsy Brown — 147 
Brenda Brown — 147 
Carolyn Brown — 147 
Connie Brown — 148 
Cynthia Brown — 148 
David Brown — 122 
Debbie Brown — 148 
Douglas Brown — 122 
Joseph Brown — 148 
Lisa Brown — 148 
Lynne Brown — 148 
Nancy Brown — 148 
Pamela Brown — 148 
Paula Brown — 148 
Penny Brown — 148 
Rita Brown — 148 
Sammy Brown — 122 
Suzzane Brown — 148 
Tracie Brown — 122 
Tujuanna Brown — 148 
William Brown — 148 
Diana Browning — 148 
Ted Broyles — 148 
Jay Bruce — 148 
Johnny Bruce — 148 
Ken Bruce — 148 
David Brunner — 148 
David Brunson — 148 
Horton Brumlow — 148 
Cathy Buck — 122 
Cheryl Buck — 148 
David Buck — 122 
Phillip Buck - 148 
Bruce Buchanan — 148 
Janet Buchanan — 122 
Kathy Bryan — 148 
Rodney Bryson — 148 
Tim Buckley— 148 
Joel Buckner — 148 
BenitaBugg— 148 
Marie Bugg — 148 
Mike Bullard— 148 
Lawrence Bunting — 122 
Anne Bunyan — 122 
Dwight Burch — 148 
Lee Ann Bunch — 148 
Sherrie Bunch — 122 
Terry Burkhalter — 149 
Pat Burks — 149 
Susan Burge — 149 
Stanley Burks — 149 
Bonnie Burnett — 149 



Jimmy Burns — 149 
Paul Burns - 149 
Rusty Burns — 149 
BobBurrsfato— 122 
Debbie Burress — 149 
Debbie Bush — 149 
William Bush - 149 
Pete Butler — 149 
Kenneth Butner— 149 
Teresa Buttrey — 149 
Sarah Bydalek - 122 
Ellen Byrd — 149 
Phillip Byrd — 149 
Scotty Byrd — 149 
Donna Byrn — 149 
Rick Caffy — 149 
Jeff Cain -149 
Debbie Caldwell — 122 
Gigi Cameron — 149 
Bob Campbell — 149 
Bonnie Campbell — 124 
Carol Campbell - 124 
Ellen Campbell — 123 
Helen Campbelle — 149 
Paul Campbell — 149 
Kathy Campbell — 149 
Joe Canada — 149 
James Cannon — 149 
Bill Cantrell — 149 
Cathy Cantrell — 149 
David Cantrell — 149 
Gwen Cantrell — 149 
Kim Cantrell — 149 
Stephen Cantrell — 149 
Tim Cantrell — 149 
Edmund Capron — 149 
Dave Carnegie — 149 
Lisa Carey — 149 
Ken Carmichael — 149 
JeffCarnahan — 149 
Bernard Carney — 149 
Kim Carpenter — 123 
Cindy Gate — 123 
Alan Carter — 149 
Carmen Carter — 149 
Carol Carter — 149 
Cheryl Carter — 149 
Date Carter — 149 
Edward Carter— 149 
Johnny Carter — 124 
Terry Carter — 149 
Viole Carter — 149 
Gerri Carr — 149 
Kern Carr — 149 
Terri Carr— 124 
Jeri Carroll — 149 
Charles Caruth — 149 
Dorsey Carver — 149 
Stan Casey — 149 
Steve Cashion — 124 
Mary Pat Cassidy — 150 
Marty Cathey — 123 
Janet Cato — 150 
Linda Cato — 150 
Pedro Catoni — 150 
Joe Caudle — 150 
Lorraine Cerkoff — 150 
Edward Cerovski — 150 
MindyCesnike — 150 
Richard Chaffin — 150 
Reed Chambers — 150 
Vicky Chambers — 150 
Richard Chandler— 150 
Teresa Chandler — 150 
Jeff Chaplin — 150 
Daniel Chapman — 150 
Martin Chapman — 150 
Sheila Chapman — 150 
BUI Chappekk - 150 
Keith Chappell - 150 
Jackie Chatman — 123 
ChristiChauncey— 150 
Dana Cheshier — 150 



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Melody Chester — 150 
Roger Childress — 150 
Sharon Childress — 150 
Rebecca Chin — 123 
JeffChinader— 150 
Eddie Chosholm — 150 
Walter Chitwood — 123 
George Choate — 150 
Frederick Chomilo — 150 
Donna Chrisman — 150 
Paul Christie — 150 
MikeChristman — 150 
Donald Chumney — 150 
Barry Chumley— 150 
Wyona Claylwrne — 150 
Jerry Clack — 150 
Mike Claiborne— 150 
Allyson Clark — 150 
Cindy Clark — 150 
Horace Clark — 150 
Janet Clark — 150 
Michael Clark - 150 
Ricky Clark - 150 
Sharon Clark — 151 
Samuel Clark — 151 
Peter Clarke— 123 
Threasa Clarke — 123 
Judy Claude — 123 
Jay Clay — 151 
Carlos Clemente — 123 
Gail Clemmons — 151 
Peggy Clemmons — 151 
Bill Clift- 151 
Becky Clifton — 123 
Barton Close — 151 
Helenmary Clouse — 151 
Vickie Clouse — 151 
Debi Coady — 151 
Sharon Coates — 151 
Al Cobb— 151 
Betsy Cobb— 151 
Catherine Cobb— 123 
Mark Cobb — 151 
Richard Coco— 151 
CelliaCoggins — 153 
Matt Cognala — 152 
Jeff Cohen— 123 
Jeff Cohn— 152 
Alen Cole— 152 
Almedia Cole — 152 
Bryan Cole — 152 
Edith Cole — 152 
Lynne Cole — 152 
Kimberly Cole — 152 
Sandra Cole— 152 
Charlotte Coleman — 152 
Larry Coleman — 152 
Sylvaia Coleman — 152 
Katherine Colley — 152 
Tim Collins— 152 
Doug Collins— 152 
David Collins -152 
Keith Collins— 152 
Kevin Collins— 152 
Leonard Collins — 152 
Carolyn Colombo — 123 
Carol Colson — 124 
Jeff Combos— 123 
Connie Combs — 152 
TimConners— 152 
Paulette Complon — 152 
Cynthia Conaster — 152 
Brian Connell — 152 
Mike Connelly — 152 
Robert Connelly — 152 
Linda Coode— 152 
Lori Cooley — 152 
Randle Cook — 152 
Rhonda Cook — 152 
Sharon Cook — 123 
Susan Cook — 152 
Susan K. Cook — 152 
Tammy Cook— 152 



Tanya Cook — 123 
Wayne Cook - 152 
Kevin Coombes — 152 
Carol Coo|K>r — 152 
Denise Coo|>er — 152 
Kalrina Cooper — 152 
Thomas Cone — 152 
HallicCo|i|iedge— 152 
Libb] Coppedgc — 152 
Laura Corbin — 123 
Debbie Corley - 123 
Gareth Cornelius— 152 
David Cothran — 152 
Sherrie Cothron — 123 
Tonj Cothron — 123 
Stief Counts- 152 
Russell Covey - 152 
Sharon Coyle — 152 
Pam Craddock — 152 
Kalhy Graig — 152 
Paul Craig — 152 
Michelle Cranlek - 152 
Judy Crawford - 152 
John Creech — 152 
Kelli Creekbaum — 152 
Glenna Cribbs — 153 
Lori Crick - 153 
Denise Crim— 153 
Thomas Crimi — 153 
Beth Cripps — 153 
Lisa Cripps — 153 
Lorna Cripps — 153 
Vivian Crittendir — 153 
Cathy Crook — 153 
Lynn Crosby — 153 
Linda Cross — 153 
Terry Crotzer — 153 
Kathy Crouch — 153 
Russell Crouch — 153 
Renee Crow — 153 
Marsha Crowdcr — 123 
Michael Crowe - 153 
Jennifer Crowell — 153 
Sharon Crowell — 153 
William Crowther— 153 
Tom Csisza — 153 
Bill Cude - 153 
Sherry Culbreath — 153 
Pamela Cull — 153 
Robert Culley — 153 
Lisa Cullum — 153 
Renee Cummings — 153 
Cindy Cunningham — 153 
Dalise Curtis— 153 
Dan Curtis — 153 
Huldah Currey - 153 
Karen Curtis— 153 
Roliert Curtis— 153 
Sharon Curtis — 153 
JillCushman— 153 
Tony Dablis — 153 
J B Daley - 153 
Ronnie Dallon — 153 
Miriam Daly — 153 
Dampha — 153 
Paul D'Arcy - 124 
Vinna Darden — 124 
Khosrow Dashtban — 153 
Donna Durall — 153 
Stanley Dunn — 153 
Ricky Fisher — 153 
Karen Harden — 153 
Beth Harell — 153 
Trudy Hickerson — 153 
Karen Holt — 153 
Christy Lovelace — 153 
Kevin Lowder — 153 
Debra Willwurnc — 153 
Brenda Wilburn — 153 
Andrew Wileczek — 153 
Cindy Wigley - 153 
Keith Daughrily — 154 



Amy Davenjwrt — 154 

Beth Davenport — 124 

Kay DavenjHirt — 154 

Marlene Davenjxjrl — 124 

Phyllis Davenport — 124 

Sherrie Davenjwrl — 154 

Jeff Davidson — 154 

ArturoDabilla— 154 

Dcbra Daves — 124 

Diane Daves — 124 

Elaine Davies— 124 

Anthony Davis — 154 

Carolyn Davis — 124 

Dale Davis — 154 

Denise Davis — 154 

Earl Davis — 154 

Edward Davis— 154 

Gary Davis — 154 

Greg Davis — 154 

Larry Davis — 154 

Lewis Davis — 124 

Mona Davis — 154 

Randall - 124 

Richard Davis — 154 

Sherry Davis — 124 

Steve Davis — 124 

Tanya Davis — 154 

Thomas Davis — 154 

Lisa Dawson — 154 

Jennifer Day — 154 

Jackie Dean — 154 

Janet Dean — 124 

Judy Deckard — 154 

Melinda Deckbar — 154 

Sam Decoursey — 154 

Thomas Delbridge — 154 

Sheila Delk - 154 

Ben Deming — 154 

Clarence Demonbreun — 154 

Clint Dennison — 124 

Susan Denny — 154 

Katie Devinc — 154 

Melinda Delashmitt — 154 

James Delong — 154 

KellyeDeMatleo— 154 

Jeff DeVasher - 154 

Budthiphandh Dhirachal — 154 

Phillip Davenport — 154 

Keith Dickens — 154 

Vicki Dickens — 154 

Allen Dickerson — 154 

Debra Diefenbach — 154 

Jeannie Dillingham — 154 

Suzanne Dillingham — 154 

Patsy Dobbins — 154 

Janet Dodd — 154 

Michael Dodd — 154 

Yvonne Dodson — 154 

Laurie Donaldson — 154 

Amy Donahue — 154 

Vicki Donegan — 125 

James Donston — 154 

Jdf Doran — 154 

Charles Dorris — 154 

Suzzane Dorris — 154 

Joy Dorsey — 154 

John Dotson — 154 

Stephanie Dotson — 154 

Phyllis Dougan — 154 

Donna Douglas — 155 

Graham Douglas — 125 

Jim Douglas — 155 

Susan Douglas — 155 

Steve Douman — 125 

Denise Dover — 155 

Randy Dowell — 155 

Becky Doyle — 155 

Teresa Drake — 155 

Vicki Dretchen — 155 

Kevin Driver — 155 

Susan Driver — 155 

William Dubray — 155 



Sarah Ducker — 155 
Michael Dugan — 155 
James Duke — 155 
Mary Duke— 155 
Randy Duke — 155 
Terry Dukes — 155 
Dianna Dunavan — 155 
David Duncan — 155 
Dinah Duncan — 155 
Reliecca Duncan — 125 
Thomas Duncan — 155 
Rebecca Dunean — 125 
Daniel Dunkleburger — 125 
Jerri Dunlap — 155 
David Dunn — 155 
Vicky Durgham — 125 
Catherine Durham — 156 
Crystal Durham — 156 
Larry Durham — 156 
Leslie Dye — 156 
Carl Dyer— 156 
Laurie Eakes — 156 
Roselyn Easley — 156 
Allen East— 156 
Lucy Eastman — 156 
Audrey Eaton — 156 
Marcus Eaton — 156 
Frank Ebel — 156 
Jeff Eddie— 156 
Joyce Edgeman — 156 
Bobbie Edmondson — 156 
Beth Edwards — 156 
Debbie Edwards — 156 
Glenn Edwards — 156 
Pal Edwards — 156 
Reginald Edwards - 156 
Teresa Edwards — 156 
Terry Edwards — 156 
Ann Eggar— 156 
Allen Eklund — 156 
Peggy Elkins— 125 
Danita Elliot — 156 
Debra Ellis— 156 
Diane Ellis— 156 
Gary Ellis— 125 
Gwyne Ellis — 156 
Jeff Ellis — 156 
Tim Ellis — 156 
Sandra Ellison — 156 
Bill Elmer— 156 
Kathy Elmer— 156 
Dcbra Elmore— 156 
Steve Elwell — 156 
Don Embry — 156 
Lucia Emerson — 156 
Lauren Emery — 156 
Glen Emery — 156 
Bonnie Emrick — 156 
Kerry Emrick — 156 
Ruth England — 125 
Mai Enoch— 125 
Deron Ernst — 156 
Cheryl Ervin — 156 
Phebe Erwin — 125 
Susan Essary — 156 
Terri Eskew — 156 
Brenda Estcs — 156 
Susan Estes — 156 
Vincent Estes — 156 
Anthony Elhridge — 156 
Ben Eubanks — 156 
Debra Evans — 156 
Daniel Evans — 156 
Sharon Evans — 156 
Sheryl Evans — 156 
Kent EvetUs — 156 
Daina Evins — 156 
Lee Ewell — 125 
Sheila Ezell — 157 
Beth Ezzell — 125 
Lisa Fail — 125 
Kenneth Faulkner — 157 



Polly Fannon — 157 
Nicholas Fariclla — 157 
Jenny Farmer — 157 
Mark Farmer — 157 
Chris Farr — 157 
Robert Farrar — 157 
Vickie Farrar— 157 
Cheryl Farris — 125 
Cindy Farris — 157 
Debbie Farst — 125 
Dawn Faught— 157 
Lisa Faultheree — 157 
Sheryl Fears — 125 
Mary Jo Feldhaus — 157 
Greg Felker — 157 
Tom Fernandez — 157 
Daryl Ferrell - 125 
Debbie Ferrell — 157 
Glenda Ferrell - 157 
Kathy Ferrell — 157 
Lynne Ferrell — 157 
Sharon Ferrell — 125 
Susan Fesmier — 157 
Ricky Field — 157 
Tracy Fields — 157 
Lisa Ficlden — 157 
Rhonda Fielden — 157 
Tim Finch — 157 
Melissa Finney — 157 
Bard Fisher — 157 
Ivy Fisher — 157 
James Fisher — 157 
Lawanna Fisher — 157 
Linda Fisher — 157 
Polly Fisher — 157 
Rene Fisher — 125 
Sue Fisher — 125 
AnnFite — 158 
Katherine Fite — 125 
Nancy Fitch — 125 
Curtis Fitts — 158 
Nancy Fitzgerald — 158 
Mary Fletcher— 158 
Jaynic Flippen — 158 
Emporv Florence — 158 
Tim Florence— 158 
Karen Flowers — 158 
Mike Floyd - 126 
Patrice Floyd — 158 
Patty Floyd — 158 
Lee Ann Floyd — 158 
Margaret Flurry — 158 
Susan Fly — 158 
Patrick Flynn — 126 
Monica Forbes — 158 
Debbie Ford — 158 
Greg Ford — 158 
Catherine Forkum — 159 
Wayne Forkum — 159 
Robby Forrest — 159 
William Fomster — 159 
Paul Forster— 159 
Robert Forsythe — 159 
Carla Foster — 126 
Donald Foster — 159 
Doyle Foster — 159 
Howell Foster— 159 
Lyn Foster — 159 
Sharon Foster — 159 
Sherry Foster— 159 
Dana Foust — 159 
Mary Foust — 159 
Robbie Foutch — 159 
Joe Fowler — 159 
Earl Fowlkes — 159 
Bettye Sue Fox — 159 
Russell Fox — 159 
Tawana France — 159 
Darlene Francis — 159 
John Frankhouser — 159 
Bruce Franks — 159 
Anne Frazier — 159 



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Beverly Frazier — 159 
Calhj Frazier — 159 
Ka\u Frazicr — 159 
Timothy Free - 159 
Diane Freeman 159 
Holt] Freeman — 126 
Teresa Freeman — 159 
Dorris Freeman — 159 
Rick Freeman — 126 
James Freeze — 159 
David Freitag — 159 
Ellen French - 159 
Pat Frcuflcnthal — 159 
Myra Frierson — 126 
John Frost - 159 
Kathj Frost -126 
Mike Frost - 159 
Marsha Fulghum — 159 
Kathy Fulton — 159 
Carla Fuijua — 159 
Susan Furnace — 159 
Andra Fuson — 159 
Melissa Fusscll - 159 
Terri Gaddy - 159 
Steve Gadsoy— 160 
Johnny Gaines — 126 
Bill Galbrealh - 126 
Mike Gallagher -160 
James Galloway — 160 
Tom Galloway — 126 
Martha Gamhle — 126 
Mary Ganigah — 160 
Sonya Gannon — 160 
Terry Gannon — 160 
Tim Gannon — 160 
ChenilaGant — 160 
Vickie Gant — 160 
William Gant — 160 
Barbara Gardner — 160 
Chapiiell Garner — 126 
George Garner — 160 
Tony Garner — 160 
William Garner — 160 
Deliorah Garrison — 160 
Arilena Garth — 126 
Julie Gary- 160 
Helen Gass - 160 
Terri Gates — 160 
Thomas Ga\ lick — 160 
John Gay lor — 160 
Larry Geiger — 160 
Linda Geise — 126 
Sh.iron GeMrick — 160 
Cecil Gentry — 126 
Teresa Geralds — 126 
Vickie Gher- 160 
Ronnie George — 160 

Bcverlj Golden — 160 
Debbie Giblmns - 126 
Richard Gibbons — 160 
Evelyn Gibson — 160 
Lisa Gibson — 160 
Pamela Gibson — 160 
Angela Gillierl — 160 
Ellen Gilbert - 160 
Jess Gilbert - 160 
Man Ann Gilbert— 160 
Beverly Giles - 160 
Linda Gilham — 126 
Edward Gilhootey — 126 
L<iu Ann Gillespie l_'t> 
Kenneth Gilliam — 160 
Regina Gilliam — 160 
Joe Gilmorc — 127 
Marj Gilmorc - 160 
RossGivcns - 160 
Ronald Glasgow — 127 
Donna Glover — 160 
Richard Goad - 127 
Brent Gobbcll -160 
Tnmtm Goddard — 160 
Carrie Goforth — 160 
Etoria Goggins — 160 



Carol Golden — 160 
Stephen Goldstein — 160 
Donna Gonce — 160 
Monica Gonn — 160 
Bernice Gooch — 160 
Glynda Kay Good — 160 
Kathy Goos - 160 
Sandra Goods — 160 
Christy Good - 160 
Paula Goodc- 161 
Barbara Goodloe — 161 
Linda Goodloe — 161 
Becky Goodman — 161 
Jerry Goodman — 161 
Mark Goodrich — 127 
Mark Gordon — 161 
Mary Gordon — 127 
Eddie Gossage — 161 
Melinda Gould- 161 
Roliert Gourley — 161 
Brian Grace — 161 
Deana Graham — 127 
Rhonda Graham — 161 
Tanya Graham — 127 
Gregg Granade — 161 
Joe Granstaff — 161 
Joseph Grant — 161 
Mar) Grant — 127 
Sandra Grant— 127 
Erick Graves — 161 
Lyle Graves — 161 
Richard Graves — 161 
Susan Graves — 161 
Keith Gray - 161 
Mike Gray- 161 
Cynthia Green — 161 
John Green — 161 
Libby Green - 127 
Ed Gregory - 161 
Mark Gregory — 161 
Leigh Green — 161 
Lenora Green — 161 
Richard Green — 161 
Roliert Green — 161 
Sid Greene — 161 
Tonda Green — 161 
Elaine Greer— 161 
Jackie Greer — 161 
Tern Greer — 161 
Joe Gregory — 161 
Tojo Gregory — 161 
Brenda Griffin — 161 
Charles Griffin — 161 
Jimmy Griffin — 161 
Bob Griffis - 161 
Lisa Griffith- 161 
Threasa Griffith — 161 
Mark Griggs — 161 
Anthony Grimes — 161 
Carolyn Grissom — 161 
Mike Grissom — 161 
David Griswold — 161 
Joel Griswold — 161 
Glenna Grizzle — 127 
Michael Groome — 161 
Mary Gustatson — 161 
Gwendolyn Gwynne — 161 
Mark Gorliett - 161 
Debra Griva - 161 
Julie Grizzle — 161 
Man Beth Gunter— 127 
JohnHabel— 127 
Charles Hackett — 162 
Ted Hackett — 162 
Retha Haddock - 162 
Kenneth Haily — 162 

Lynn Halchin — 162 
Alan Hale — 162 
Karen Hale - 162 
Thomas Hale — 162 
Dawn Haley— 162 
Joan Hall - 127 
Kim Hall — 127 



Susan Hall — 127 
Debbie Harrell — 127 
Bernest Harris — 127 
Nancy Hartman — 162 
Susan Hartman — 162 
Steve Harbison — 162 
Scott Hasler — 162 
Max Halslon — 162 
William Haston - 127 
Mark Hasty — 162 
Rick Hatfield - 162 
Ann Hatheway — 162 
Nan Hatheway — 162 
Darrell Hatsfield — 162 
Hand Hauer — 162 
Brent Hawk — 162 
Donald Hawkes — 162 
Shannon Haley — 163 
Barbara Hall — 163 
Cathy Hall - 163 
Chris Hall - 163 
Kenneth Hall — 163 
Randy Hall - 163 
Richard Hall -163 
Steve Hall — 163 
Susie Hall - 163 
Tina Hall — 163 
Andrew Hamilton — 163 
George Hamilton — 163 
James Hamilton — 163 
Lessia Hamilton — 163 
Sharon Hamrick — 163 
Cheri Hancock — 163 
Tammy Hannah — 163 
John Hanrahan — 163 
Sharon Hanrahan — 163 
Melanie Hansberry — 163 
Michael Harbin — 163 
David Harbsmeir — 163 
Sam Harlwldt — 163 
Gregg Hawkins — 162 
June Hawkins — 162 
Karen Hawkins — 162 
Phil Hawkins— 162 
Nancy Hawley — 162 
Tracy Hay — 162 
Cathi Hayes - 162 
Don Hayes — 162 
Gordon Hayes — 162 
Louis Hayes — 162 
Michael Hayes — 162 
Patti Hayes — 162 
Anthony Haynes — 162 
Christi Haynes — 162 
Jimmy Haynes — 162 
Paul Haynes — 162 
Linda Hays — 162 
I^ouis Hazelwood — 162 
Barbara Hardison — 164 
Lee Ann Hardison — 164 
Linda Hardison — 164 
Gar)' Hare — 164 
Joel Hargis — 164 
Vicky Harrison — 164 
Bryan Harlan — 164 
Neal Harmon — 164 
Kenneth Harmon — 164 
Valerie Harper — 164 
Paula Harrell - 164 
Berrnest Harris — 164 
Clayton Harris— 164 
Danila Harris — 164 
Kim Harris— 164 
Ix-on Harris — 164 
Mary Harris — 164 
Patricia Harris — 164 
Roliert Harris — 164 
Tina Harris — 164 
Karkira Harrison — 164 
James Harrison — 164 
Ray Harrison — 164 
Joy Hart — 164 
Marie Hart — 164 



Laurie Hartman — 164 
Steve Head - 127 
Greg Heard — 164 
Amy Hearn — 164 
Sharon Hearn — 164 
Joy Heath — 127 
Julie Hobble - 164 
Peter Hefferman — 164 
Bruce Hegwood — 164 
Eric Hein — 164 
Diane Helmontaler — 164 
Eric Henderson — 164 
Linda Hendricks — 164 
Dale Henegar — 164 
Kathy Kennerly — 127 
Cherie Hennessee — 164 
Elizabeth Hennessee — 164 
Jim Hennessey — 164 
Cynthia Henry — 164 
Jean Henry — 164 
Steve Henry — 164 
Steve Henry — 164 
Bridgelle Henslee — 164 
Terri Henslee — 164 
Drie Henson — 164 
Jan Henson — 127 
Martha Herk-rt — 164 
Darden Heritage — 164 
Majorie Herrell — 164 
Bruce Hester — 128 
Donna Heughan — 164 
Melissa Hewitt — 128 
Jeff Heyduck — 164 
Rennae Hickman — 165 
Byron Hicks - 165 
Karen Hicks — 165 
Onila Hicks— 165 
Sam Hicks — 165 
Vanessa Higdon — 128 
Charles Hill — 165 
Jeffery Hill - 128 
Malcolm Hill — 165 
Mardee Hill -165 
Mary Joyce Hill — 165 
Shelly Hill -165 
Steven Hill — 165 
Susan Hill — 165 
Vicki Hill — 128 
Mary Hilt— 165 
Randy Hines — 128 
David Hinson — 165 
J. D. Hinson — 165 
Keith Hinton — 165 
Randy Hinton — 165 
Cheryl Hitchcock — 128 
Teresa Hite— 165 
Sandra Hitt— 165 
Rusty Hix — 165 
Carol Hoagey — 128 
Daretta Hobbs — 165 
Holly Hodges— 165 
Warner Hodges — 165 
William Hodge — 165 
Tim Hogan — 128 
Edward Holder— 128 
Louis Holliday — 128 
Charles Holland — 165 
Kim Holland - 165 
Stanley Holland — 128 
Freddy Hollifield - 165 
Fred Holloway — 128 
Jim Holloway — 165 
Catherine Holmes — 165 
Cheryl Holmes — 165 
John Holmes — 165 
Sherry Hoisted - 128 
Roliert Holt — 165 
William Honley - 165 
Carol Hood — 166 
Gerald — 166 
Mark Hood - 166 
Julia Hood — 166 
Curtis Hop|ier — 166 



Tina Hooper — 166 
Carol Hoover — 166 
Nancy Hoover — 166 
Jackie Hopkins — 166 
Marian Horner — 128 
Roger Horner — 166 
Brad Horsby — 128 
William Hoskins— 166 
Stanley Horskey — 166 
Timothy Horton — 166 
Barbara Howard — 128 
James How k — 166 
Valerie Houes — 166 
Cindy Houston — 167 
Debra Houston — 167 
Heather Howard — 167 
Calvin Howell — 167 
Deborah Howell — 167 
Gary Howell — 167 
David Howser — 167 
Paula Hudspeth — 167 
Richard Hudson — 167 
Franklin Hughes — 167 
Karen Hughes — 167 
Scott Hughes— 167 
Tammy Hughes — 167 
Frank Hulse — 128 
Lisa Human — 167 
Sheila Hunnicutt — 167 
Clif Hunt — 167 
Mary Hunt — 128 
Ross Hunt — 167 
Amy Hunter — 67 
Maty Hunter — 167 
David Huntly— 167 
Karen Hurt - 167 
Sandra Huskey — 128 
Joe Hussy — 167 
Art Hutchison — 167 
Glen Hutchison — 167 
Todd Hutchson — 167 
Barbara Hutson — 167 
Lou AnnHutto — 128 
David Hutton — 128 
Robert Ioou — 167 
Esther Ilen-Otuma — 167 
Don Ingram — 167 
Debbie Irwin — 167 
Vickie Ivey — 167 
Deborah Jackson — 128 
Gail Jackson — 167 
Karolyn Jackson — 167 
Lisa Jackson — 167 
Steven Jackson — 167 
Masheryl Jacks — 167 
Deborah Jacobs — 167 
Bill Jakes— 167 
Linda Jakes — 167 
David James — 167 
Deborah James — 167 
Elaine James— 167 
Leonne James — 168 
Mary James — 168 
Vickie James — 168 
Joanne Jamison — 168 
Julie Jamison — 168 
Wanda Jamison — 168 
John Janey — 128 
Charlis Jaycox — 129 
Rebecca Jenkins — 129 
Terri Jenkins — 168 
W r illiam Jenkins — 168 
Jimmy Jennings — 129 
Julie Jennings — 129 
Connie Jerles — 168 
Eddie Jernigan — 129 
Honey Jeter — 168 
Kenneth Jobe — 168 
Sandra Johns — 129 
Cherry Johnson — 168 
Eric Johnson — 168 
Gayle Johnson — 168 
James Johnson — 168 



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Joseph Johnson — 168 
Judy Johnson — 168 
Mary Catherine Johnson — 129 
Ray Johnson — 168 
Richard Hohnson — 168 
Sara Johnson — 168 
Steve Johnson — 168 
Steven Johnson — 168 
Sue Ellen Johnson — 168 
Tim Johnson — 168 
Al Jones— 168 
Allen Jones — 168 
Anne Jones — 168 
Bob Jones— 168 
Brenda Jones — 168 
Carol Jones — 168 
Casey Jones — 168 
Cheryl Jones — 168 
Elizabeth Jones— 168 
Glenn Jones — 168 
Ivy Jones — 168 
Jackie Jones — 129 
Karen Jones — 129 
Kenneth Jones — 168 
Mike Jones — 168 
Mike Jones — 168 
Nina Jones — 168 
Paul Jones — 168 
Phil Jones- 129 
Randy Jones — 129 
Ransom Jones — 168 
Roliert Dav id Jones — 168 
Samuel Jones — 168 
Shannon Jones — 168 
Susan Jones — 129 
Violet Jones— 168 
William Jones — 168 
William Jones — 168 
Jennifer Jordan — 168 
Jimmy Jordan — 168 
Kathy Jordan — 168 
Terri Jordan — 168 
Margaret Just — 168 
Twyman Joyner — 168 
Candi Justice — 129 
Anita Kanady — 129 
Grqce Karl - 129 
Karon Kealhofer — 129 
Patty Keaton — 168 
Michael Keen — 169 
Alon Keener — 169 
John Keith — 169 
William Keith — 169 
Denise Kelley — 169 
Marcia Kelley — 169 
Martha Kelley — 169 
Tandy Kelley — 169 
Michael Kellum - 169 
Susie Kelton — 129 
Sherrie Kemp — 169 
Anthony Kennedy — 169 
Charles Kennedy— 169 
Michael Kennedy — 169 
Claude Kent — 129 
Sandra Kerr — 169 
Richard Keyes — 169 
Tamela Kelburn — 169 
Ann Key— 129 
Debbie Kidwell — 129 
Y'oungran Kim — 169 
Michael Kincaid — 169 
Janet Kicherlow — 169 
Ann King— 169 
Ann King— 169 
Christopher King— 169 
Debbie King - 169 
Ezzard King— 169 
Gary King— 169 
Lori King— 169 
Sheena King— 169 
Kandee Kinser — 169 
Sandy Kingalow — 169 
Donna Kirk — 169 



Howard Kirksay — 169 
Yvonne Kirksay — 169 
Laura Kittrell — 169 
Richard Kittrell - 169 
A- Kenneth Kleespies — 169 
Kathy Knappan — 169 
Leslie Knipfel — 169 
Brian Knight — 169 
Don Knight — 129 
Melissa Knight - 169 
Kevin Knight — 169 
Linda Knotts — 169 
Christie Knowles — 169 
Deborah Knowles — 129 
Peggy Knox - 169 
Mike Kapp - 169 
JimKoss-129 
Janice Krakau — 129 
Phil Kranse — 169 
BillKroemer— 169 
Kurt Kulakowski — 169 
Adrienne Kunselman — 169 
Roliert Kyker - 169 
Kathy Kyle - 169 
Marcia Lafery — 169 
Gary LaFever — 130 
Julie LaFever— 169 
Rosemary LaGrande — 169 
LuAnne Lain — 169 
Pat Laird — 169 
Barry Lamb - 170 
Cindy Lamb - 170 
Cindy Lambert — 170 
Neil Lamliert — 170 
Scott Lambert — 170 
Brian Lamkin — 130 
Edward Land — 170 
Kevin Lander — 170 
Karen Landers — 170 
Linda Landers — 170 
Evamler Landrum — 170 
Carol Lane— 170 
William Lane - 170 
Joanne Langston — 170 
Donna Lannom — 170 
Kenneth Lannom — 170 
Vicky Lannom — 130 
Lugene Lannon — 130 
Jean Lazter — 170 
Jeff Law — 130 
Frank Lashlee - 170 
Gwen Lalendresse — 170 
Suzanne Lathrop — 170 
PattiLatta— 170 
John Lavelle — 170 
A A Lawal — 170 
Bobby Lawrence — 170 
Christopher Lawrence — 170 
Jill Lawrence— 170 
Trudy Lawrence — 170 
Cynthia Laws — 170 
D'NiccLawson — 170 
Steve Lawson — 170 
Sheila Lay — 170 
Mike Layland — 170 
Debbie Leathers — 170 
Lisa Leawell — 170 
Jimmy Ledford — 170 
Albert Lee — 170 
Brenda Lee — 170 
Kathy Lee — 170 
Kevin Lee — 170 
Myongsum Lee — 170 
Marly Linedecker — 130 
Patrick Lindsay — 171 
Terrie Lindsey — 171 
Larry Lipman — 171 
Melissa Lish — 171 
Anthony Little — 171 
Ginger Little - 171 
Kathenne Little — 171 
Nancy Little — 171 



Susan Little — 171 
Jeff Littrell — 130 
Martha Littrell — 171 
Cathy Locha — 130 
Teresa Looney — 171 
Tim Looney — 171 
Fae Long — 171 
Gary Long — 171 
Karen Long — 130 
Beth Longley— 171 
Robert Lorance — 171 
Dave Lorrig — 171 
Robyn Lotts — 171 
Cathey Love — 171 
Mike Lovelace — 171 
Christine Lowell — 172 
Ricky Lowry — 172 
Urusia Lowry — 172 
Murray Loy — 172 
Annette Luckeroth — 172 
Jerry Lumpkins — 130 
Timothy Lunceford — 172 
Taze Lundy — 172 
Connie Lunn — 172 
Lee Luton — 172 
Susan Lyke — 172 
Julie Lynn — 172 
Spence Lyon — 172 
Alecia Lyons — 172 
Julie Macke— 172 
Gwen Madson — 172 
Mary Mahalie — 172 
William Mahr— 131 
John Makliewicz — 172 
Barbara Maddady — 172 
Frances Mallard — 172 
Austin Malone— 172 
Herbert Malone — 172 
Howard Malone — 172 
Marian Mallory— 172 
Jay Manar — 172 
Mike Mandle— 172 
Becky Magano — 131 
Con Maness — 172 
Darlene Mangrum — 172 
Melissa Mangrum — 172 
Lisa Manier — 172 
Kenny Manners — 172 
Sharon Manning — 172 
Barry Mansfield — 172 
Scott Manuszak — 172 
Kathy Marshall — 172 
Debbie Marcrom — 131 
Stanley Marion — 131 
Wendell Marlow — 171 
David Marlowe— 131 
Jack Marsh — 172 
Ronald Marshall — 171 
Warren Marshall — 172 
Audrienne Martin — 172 
Catherine Martin — 172 
Beverly Martin — 172 
Gayle Martin — 172 
Jacque Martin — 172 
James Martin — 172 
James R. Martin — 131 
Jane Martin — 131 
Marlayne Martin — 131 
Mary Martin — 172 
Regina Martin— 172 
Stan Martin — 131 
Steve Martin — 172 
Thomas Martin — 172 
Randall Mash — 171 
Larry Mason — 172 
Laura Mason — 172 
Liz Massa — 172 
Steve Massey — 172 
Wendy Massey — 172 
Judy Masters — 131 
Carol Mathis — 173 
Don Mathis — 173 



Harold Mathis— 173 
Michael Matloch — 131 
Johnny Matthews — 131 
Skipi Matthews — 131 
Melanie May — 173 
Pam May — 173 
Vickie Mayberry — 131 
Donna Maynard — 131 
Suzanne Mays — 173 
Margaret Mayo — 131 
William McAdams — 173 
Pat McAfee - 173 
James McBell — 173 
Debbie McBroom — 172 
Judy McCaleb — 173 
Karen McCarthy — 173 
Joe McCauley — 173 
Sharon McClanahan — 173 
Andrew McClarney — 130 
Beth McClary — 173 
Beth McClarney — 173 
Ruby McClinton — 173 
Larry McClure — 173 
Silissa McClure — 173 
Merry McCollum — 173 
Teresa McCollum — 173 
Alan McCool — 173 
Dana MeCool — 173 
Cherrie McCormick — 173 
Debbie McCoy — 173 
DebraMcCullock— 173 
Angela MeCol lough — 173 
Cora McCollough — 173 
Linda McCollough — 173 
David McCucheon — 173 
Vickie McDaniel — 130 
Debbie McDavis — 130 
Bob McDonald — 173 
Corrine McDonald— 173 
Dwain McDonald — 173 
Malinda McDonald — 173 
Melanie McDonald — 173 
Mike McDonald — 174 
Renee McDonald — 174 
Jane McDougal — 174 
Patricia McEachern — 174 
Alan McElfreash — 174 
Vanessa McFarland — 130 
Martin McGeachey — 174 
Colleen McGee — 174 
Glenna McGhee — 174 
Sean McGee — 174 
Kenneth McGuinness — 174 
Susan McGowan — 174 
Linda McHenry — 174 
Joyce Mcintosh — 130 
Robert McKamey — 174 
David McKibben — 174 
Jerry McKjnney — 174 
Danny McKnight — 174 
Jim McKnight — 174 
Kevin McKjnney — 174 
Alice McLain — 174 
Joe McLemore — 130 
Jeff McMahan — 174 
Fred McMillin — 174 
Cheri McMullin — 130 
Ann McMurray — 174 
Vicky McNair— 174 
Rosemary McKnight — 174 
Margaret McNamie — 174 
Charton McPeak — 174 
Steve McPherson — 174 
RobMcRay— 174 
Sam McReynolds — 174 
Sherri McQuinn — 174 
Lemon McDouglas — 174 
Deanna Meador — 174 
Charles Meadows — 174 
Doug Meadows — 174 
Debbie Mealer — 174 
Janice Medders — 174 



Garry Medlin — 174 
Julie Medlin- 174 
Anita Mefford — 174 
Janice Melio — 174 
Annette Meanees — 174 
Gerald Melton — 131 
Ginger Melvin — 174 
Kory McDaniel — 174 
Bill Mercer — 175 
John Merchant — 175 
Tom Merchant — 175 
Steve Men weather — 175 
Joan Merriman — 131 
Brenda Merritt — 175 
Terri Merritt — 131 
Mark Merriman — 175 
Davin Melton — 175 
Patti Ann Metz — 175 
Sandra Metz— 131 
Mike Meyerose — 131 
Oralee Meyers — 175 
Barbara Midgett — 131 
Kathy Midgett — 175 
Sharon Midgett — 175 
Albert Miles — 175 
Denise Miles— 175 
Roy Miles— 175 
William Miles— 176 
Charles Miles— 176 
Gary Miles — 176 
April Miller— 132 
Ronda Miller— 176 
Steve Miller— 176 
Threasa Miller— 132 
Wanda Miller— 132 
Shelley Milloway — 176 
James Minatra — 176 
John Minatra — 176 
William Ming— 176 
Javena Minor — 176 
John Minor— 132 
Nancy Mintura — 176 
John Mir -176 
Vicky Mires— 176 
Glenda Mitchell — 132 
Julia Mitchell — 76 
Melinda Mitchell — 132 
Phil Mitchell - 176 
Sue Mitchell — 176 
Wanda Mitchell — 176 
Theresa Mitchener — 176 
David Mixson — 176 
Randy Mize — 176 
Tommy Molteni — 176 
John Montage — 176 
Erick Montgomery — 176 
Gerald Moody — 176 
Joey Moody — 176 
Frank Mooney — 176 
Sam Mooneyham — 176 
Alicia Moore — 132 
Brenda Moore — 176 
Deborah Moore — 176 
Jimmy Moore — 176 
Joy Moore — 132 
Linda Moore — 132 
Marie Moore — 132 
Melinda Moore— 132 
Sam Moore — 176 
Susan Moore — 176 
William Moore— 176 
Judy Moorefield — 132 
Stephen Moorman — 132 
Bandi Moorehead — 176 
Ricky Moorehead — 176 
Kym Morgan — 132 
Lisa Morgan — 176 
Mark Morgan — 176 
Susan Morgan — 132 
Eric Morgan — 176 
Craig Morris — 176 
Donny Morris — 176 



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Jeffrey Morris — 176 
Kalhy Morris — 176 
Robert Morris— 176 
Sh< ila Morris — 176 
James Morrison — 176 
John Morrison — 176 
Joseph Morrison — 176 
Sally Morrison — 176 
Kevin Morrisey — 176 
Patrick Morton — 176 
Erie Moser — 176 
Bill Mosley - 176 
Keith Mosley - 176 
Roliert Mosley — 176 
Elaine Motl — 176 
Sandra Mushburger — 177 
Sammy Mullican — 177 
Jeff Mullins — 177 
Teresa Mumjiower — 177 
Barbara Murdaugh — 177 
Steve Munlock — 177 
Charles Murphee — 177 
Jim Murphy — 177 
Lee Ann Murphy — 177 
Mike Murphy -177 
Stan Murphy— 132 
Tim Murphy — 177 
Charlene Murray — 177 
Christy Murray — 177 
Brenila Musgrove — 177 
J.T. Musgrove— 177 
Linila Myers — 177 
Cheryl Nal.il -177 
Katherine Nadalich — 177 
Barbara Najar — 177 
Linda Nance — 177 
Russ Nash — 177 
Lawrence Nave — 132 
KimNaylor-177 
James Neal — 132 
George Neely — 177 
Henry Nelson — 177 
Melinda Nelson — 177 
Oran Nelson — 177 
Debbie Newcomh — 177 
Elaine Newcomb — 177 
Johnny Newman — 177 
Joyce Newman — 177 
Terry Neiderhauser — 133 
Belly Newsom — 177 
Jill Nickell- 177 
Stan Nix - 177 
Gwen Nixon — 177 
Barbara Noble — 177 
Catherine Nokes — 177 
Eric Nokes - 177 
JoAnn Nolan — 177 
Mike Nolan -177 
William Notes — 177 
Gary Norman — 177 
Reljekah Norman — 177 
Sheila Norrell - 177 
James Norris — 177 
Tammy Norris — 177 
Valerie Norris — 177 
Karen Northcutt — 177 
Patrick Nowlan — 177 
Thomas Nowlin — 177 
Janet Nunley — 177 
Jill Oberhcllman — 177 
Cindy O'Brien — 177 
Herbert Offah — 178 
Robert Ogg.Jr - 133 
Melissa Ognio — 133 
DebraOlgilvie— 178 
Livinus Okafoeze — 178 
A. K. Okerbadejo — 178 
Andrew Oliphont — 178 
Garrick Olson — 178 
Connie O'Neal — 133 
Brenda Orr — 133 
Fred Osliorne — 178 



Keith Ousley - 178 
Susan Overall — 178 
DougOverfield- 178 
Joan Overstreet — 178 

Mona Overstreet — 178 
Angela Overton — 178 
Gail Owen — 178 
Karen Owen — 178 
Linda Owens — 178 
Regina Owens — 133 
Alwin Palmer — 133 
Jena Palmer— 133 
Perry Palmer — 178 
Barre Pannell — 178 
Robbie Panter - 178 
David Pappas — 178 
Jill Pardue — 178 
Kenneth Parham — 133 
Farshid Parivar — 178 
Brenda Parker - 178 
Cynthia Parker— 178 
Dotty Parker — 178 
Kelly Parker - 178 
Vickie Parker— 178 
Kalhy Parkhurst — 178 
Cons Parks — 133 
Jim Parks -178 
Susan Parks — 178 
Vickie Parmer — 178 
Patrick Parris — 178 
Scott Parrotl — 178 
David Parsley — 178 
Libby Parsley — 178 
Wanda Parsley — 133 
Barbara Parson — 133 
Ginger Parsons — 178 
John Parsons — 178 
Sheila Parlin — 178 
Teresa Pate — 178 
Donna Patterson — 133 
Frederick Patterson — 178 
James Patterson — 178 
Sharon Patterson — 178 
Celeste Patton — 178 
Dolti Patton — 178 
Janice Patton — 133 
Nena Patton — 178 
Pamela Paul - 133 
Bertha Payne — 178 
Cheryl Payne — 133 
Delwrah Payne — 178 
Joel Payne — 178 
Karen Payne — 178 
Linda Payne — 178 
Ricky Payne — 178 
Susan Payne — 178 
Kimberly Pearce - 133 
Bill Pearcy — 178 
Danny Pearson — 133 
Dean Pearson — 133 
Linda Pearson — 178 
Chris Peck - 178 
Joe Peck - 178 
Susan Peck - 179 
Del Pedlow — 179 
Donald Peek - 134 
Debbie Perry — 134 
Mike Peery — 179 
Roger Peery — 179 
Mary Ann Pelliccitli — 179 
Jamie Pelzell — 179 
Mark Pennington - 179 
Kay Penuel — 179 
Linda Perkins — 179 
Jennifer Person — 179 
Steven Peters— 179 
Kalhy Peterson — 179 
Terry Petty — 134 
Rick Peyton — 179 
Dale Phelps -179 
Angelia Phillips- 179 



Bobby Phillips — 134 
Gary Phillips - 179 
James Phillips — 134 
Joe Phillips — 179 
Kay Phillips— 179 
Kenneth Phillips — 179 
Michael Phillips— 179 
Suzanne Phillips — 179 
Stephen Phil|»t — 134 
Lane Pikens — 179 
Eric Pierce — 179 
Donna Pigg — 134 
Gary Pigg— 180 
Pamela Pinell — 180 
Clay Pinkerton — 180 
ReneePinkerton — 180 
Charlotte Pinnix — 180 
Aleisa Pi|)er — 134 
Charlie Pless — 180 
Judy Pocta — 180 
Russell Polk - 180 
Suzanne Pomy — 134 
Patricia Poole — 134 
OnNai Poon — 180 
Phyllis Po|ie — 180 
Ann Poppendorf — 180 
Jimmy Potter— 180 
Cathy Porter — 180 
Nancy Porter — 180 
John Powell — 180 
Sandra Powell— 180 
Susan Powell — 180 
Fran Powers — 180 
Jerome Pratt — 180 
Annetle Preston — 180 
Cynthis Preston — 180 
Elbert Price — 180 
Lee Price — 134 
Terry Price — 180 
Sheryl Pritchett — 180 
Tommy Pruett — 180 
Chester Pruitt — 180 
Sheila Pryor — 180 
Jerry Puckett — 180 
Teresa Puckett — 180 
Billy Pugh — 180 
Mary Ruth Pugh — 134 
Tommy Pugh — 180 
Wesley Pullen — 180 
Anne Punilor— 180 
Jimmy Purcell — 180 
Cathy Purdom — 180 
Ken Purser — 180 
Paul Pursley — 180 
John Pyle - 180 
Cindu Quails — 180 
Sherry Quails — 180 
DonQuandt— 180 
Nancy Quimby — 134 
Mickey Quinn — 180 
Karen Quinlisk — 134 
Randy Rader — 180 
Susan Ragsdale — 134 
Julie Rainey — 180 
Robyn Rainwater — 180 
Susan Rambo — 180 
Charlotte Ramsey — 180 
Steve Ramsely— 180 
Chester Ramson — 180 
John Raulston — 180 
Jimmy Rawn — 180 
Kertrina Ray — 180 
Valerie Ray — 180 
Julie Rayburn — 180 
Jerry Reader — 134 
David Redden — 181 
Chris Redmond — 181 
Carolyn Reed — 134 
Hedi Reed - 134 
Mike Reed — 181 
Nancy Reed — 181 



Phillip Reed -181 
Sam Reed — 181 
Brenda Recder — 181 
Patricia Rees — 181 
Alisa Reeves - 181 
Melissa Reeves — 181 
Scott Regen — 181 
Nancy Register — 181 
Jeff Reid - 181 
Randy Reid — 181 
Steven Reid - 181 
George Remias — 134 
Debbie Reuchland - 181 
David Reynolds — 181 
Ethel Reynolds — 181 
Jo Ann Reynolds — 134 
Luann Reynolds — 181 
Glenford Reynolds — 181 
Clarke Rehney — 181 
Carolyn Rhue — 181 
Peggy Rice — 181 
Herman Richards — 181 
Donna Richardson — 181 
James Richardson — 134 
Janice Richardson — 134 
Marsha Richardson — 134 
Judy Richmond — 181 
Cynthia Ricks— 181 
Julie Rickman — 181 
Cheryl Riddle — 181 
Jackson Ridgely — 181 
Anthony Riggins — 181 
Nancy Riggs — 181 
Thomas Rigney — 182 
Jennie Ring — 182 
Richard Ring — 182 
Virginia Rivers— 182 
Valerie Rixie — 135 
Sandra Rizor— 182 
Linda Roach — 182 
James Robb — 182 
Vanessa Robbs — 182 
Blake Roberson — 182 
James Rolierson — 182 
Joy Roberson — 182 
Marty Roberson — 182 
Tim Toberson — 182 
Debra Roberts — 182 
Darlene Rolierts — 182 
Ferrell Roberts - 183 
Ricky Roberts — 135 
Mike Robicland — 183 
Chris Robinson — 183 
Gerald Robinson — 183 
Marty Robinson — 183 
Mike A- Robinson — 135 
Pamela Robinson — 183 
Phillip Robinson — 135 
Ray Robinson — 183 
Vincent Robinson — 183 
Paul Rodriguez — 183 
James Rogers — 183 
Kathryn Rogers — 183 
Pam Rogers — 183 
Patricia Rogers — 183 
Sharon Rogers — 183 
Susan Rogers — 183 
Joseph Rohling— 183 
Kay Roller — 135 
Angela Rollins — 135 
Debbie Rollins— 183 
Cindy Rollins— 135 
Jan Roney — 183 
Phyllis Rose - 135 
Cindy Ross — 183 
Debbie Rosser — 135 
James Rossman — 183 
Janice Roloni — 135 
Patti Rowe — 183 
TimRowe— 183 
Kathv Rowland — 183 



Jeff Rowlett - 183 
Brenda Raynor — 183 
Teresa Roy — 134 
Connie Royster — 135 
Brenda Rozolsky — 183 
Denice Rucker — 183 
Robin Rudd — 183 
Gloria Rummage — 183 
Bridgette Rumsey — 183 
Jim Rungee — 183 
KimRunyan — 183 
Emily Ruch — 183 
Karen Rush — 135 
Jean Roberts — 183 
Mary Wileczek — 183 
KristenWilhite— 183 
David Wilkerson — 183 
Patricia Wilkins — 183 
Larry Wilky - 183 
Elaine Russell — 184 
Linda Ryan — 184 
Monica Rye — 184 
Jim Russell — 184 
Richard Russell — 184 
Denise Rust — 184 
Phillip Rulter— 184 
Cathy Ryder — 184 
Donald Rymer— 184 
Pam Sabiston — 184 
Tim Sadler — 184 
Cheryl Saggese — 184 
Lynn Sain — 135 
David Sakick — 184 
Cindy Salmeo — 184 
Robert Salimbene — 184 
Angelyn Sample — 184 
Bobbie Sanders — 184 
Bobby Sanders — 184 
J. Sanders — 184 
Larry Sanders — 184 
Randy Sanders — 184 
Teresa Sanderson — 135 
Brenda Sandlin — 135 
Dione Sandlin — 184 
Gloria Sanford — 184 
Sharon Sanford — 184 
Pam Sanson — 135 
David Sassaman — 184 
Jeana Savely — 184 
Jeff Saunders — 184 
William Saupe — 135 
Linda Scaife — 184 
Michael Scales — 184 
Thera Sehelge — 135 
John Schneider — 184 
Valerie Schulz — 135 
Tom Schultz — 184 
Jack Schultz — 184 
Jay Schwan — 184 
Donna Scott — 184 
Edgar Scott — 184 
Harold Scott — 135 
James Scott — 184 
Jon Scott - 184 
Paula Scott — 184 
Ron Scott — 184 
William Scott— 184 
Donna Scruggs — 184 
Lenny Scruggs — 135 
Terri Scale — 135 
Danny Seals — 184 
Steve Seigenthaler — 184 
Brian Sellers — 184 
Joseph Selph — 184 
Ann Serafin — 184 
Martha Serafin — 136 
John Sessoms — 184 
Steve Sevier — 184 
Rhons Shackelford — 184 
Linda Shacklett — 184 
Kim Shadwick — 184 
Laurie Shaffer — 184 



360 



Jeff Shahan — 185 
Donna Shamblin — 185 
Cecelia Shankle — 136 
Dardin Shappard — 185 
Merle Sharver — 185 
Hugh Sharber— 185 
Judy Sharp— 185 
Steve Sharp — 185 
Charles Shaw — 136 
Ranee Shaw — 185 
Veronica Shea — 185 
Marus Shelton — 185 
Pam Shelton — 185 
Sandy Shelton — 185 
CjnthisSheperd — 185 
Ronald Shepard — 185 
Michael Shew — 185 
GwenShinault — 185 
William Shipp— 185 
John Shires — 185 
Bonnie Short — 185 
Dale Short — 185 
Katrina Short— 185 
PauletteShouse — 185 
Jimmy Shrader — 185 
Steve Shular — 185 
Bill Sibley — 185 
Drew Simmons — 185 
Judy Simmons — 185 
Marjie Simmons — 185 
Denise Simpson — 185 
Jan Simpson — 185 
Mark Simpson — 185 
Patricia Simpson — 185 
Sandy Simpson — 185 
Frederic Sims — 136 
Joe Sims — 136 
Pamela Sims — 136 
Sharon Sims — 136 
Jimmy Singleton — 185 
Ray Singer— 185 
Kathy Singleton — 185 
Melody Sipes— 185 
Randall Sittloh — 185 
Cindy Skelton — 185 
Gerald Skelton — 136 
Teresa Smiley — 136 
John Smallridge — 136 
Beverly Smith — 136 
Charles Smith — 186 
Constance Smith — 186 
Craig Smith — 186 
Dan Smith — 186 
Dana Smith — 186 
Davie Smith— 186 
Debbie Smith — 186 
Deidre Smith — 186 
Gary Smith — 186 
Henry Smith — 186 
Hugh Smith - 186 
Janet Smith — 186 
Jeff Smith — 186 
Joe Smith — 186 
Juanita Smith — 136 
Karen Smith — 186 
Karen Smith — 186 
Kathy Smith - 186 
Kim Smith — 136 
Laura Smith — 186 
Lea Ann Smith — 136 
Lisa Smith — 186 
Mary Smith — 186 
Melanie Smith — 186 
Michael Smith — 186 
Michael Smith — 186 
Mitzi Smith — 186 
Pam Smith — 136 
Patricia Smith — 186 
Patty Smith — 186 
Penny Smith — 186 
Phyllis Smith — 186 



Rickey Smith — 186 
Ronald Smith — 186 
Shelley Smith - 186 
Steve Smith — 186 
Sue Lynn Smith — 186 
Terry Smith — 186 
Terry Smith — 186 
Trenton Smith — 136 
Wanda Smith — 136 
Wayne Smith — 186 
Diane Smith — 186 
Joyce Smith — 186 
Pam Smithson — 136 
Nancy Smotherman — 186 
Mary Sneed — 186 
Denise Snell — 136 
Karen Snelson — 136 
Pamela Snodgrass — 186 
Lorraine Solecki — 186 
Herman Sorrel Is — 186 
Mary Sotherland — 187 
Donna South — 187 
Bobbie Spain — 187 
Page Spain — 187 
Steve Spann — 187 
Constance Speed — 187 
Roy Speer — 137 
Jerry Spicey — 187 
Susan Spivey — 137 
Joseph Spoon — 187 
Brenda Spurloek — 187 
Greta Spurloek — 187 
Jimmy Spurloek — 187 
Janet Sprull — 137 
Deborah Stacy — 187 
Beth Stallings — 187 
Russell Stalmnaker — 187 
Susan Standbrook — 187 
Jane Standfield — 187 
Lynn Stanfield — 187 
Karen Stanley — 187 
Randy Stanley — 187 
Stephen Stanley — 187 
Nancy Startup — 137 
William Startup — 137 
Vicki Steagall — 187 
Kina Steed — 187 
Edward Stegall - 187 
Marsha Stenberg — 137 
Denise Stephens — 137 
Lisa Stephenson — 187 
Debbie Stepp — 187 
Jill Sterling— 137 
Becky Stevens — 188 
Belinda Stevens — 187 
Brenda Stevenson — 188 
James Stevenson — 188 
Lenny Stevenson — 188 
Alice Stewart — 188 
Bennie Stewart — 188 
Dennis Stewart — 188 
Donna Stewart — 137 
Eddie Stewart — 137 
James Stewart — 188 
Karen Stewart — 188 
Lori Stewart — 188 
Vickie Stewart 
Allan Stewman — 188 
Mary Lee Stills — 188 
Maynard Stiles— 188 
Martha Stokes — 188 
Kim Stone — 188 
Mark Stone — 188 
Sherrie Stone — 188 
Marisa Story — 188 
Mark Stowers — 188 
Frank Stratton — 188 
Susan Stratton — 137 
Daryl Street — 188 
Kevin Street — 188 
Debbie Strickland— 137 



Timothy Strobl — 188 
Gary Strong— 188 
Melodie Strong— 188 
Cathy Stroud — 188 
Steven Strunk — 188 
Kathy Struss — 188 
Melinda Stubblefield — 188 
Vickie Stubblefield — 188 
Charles Stutts— 188 
Bob Sturm — 188 
Ricjie Sublett — 188 
Wade Sugg— 137 
Joyce Sundermeier — 188 
Brian Summar — 188 
Josephine Scruggs — 188 
Susan Sutton — 188 
William Sutton — 188 
Darlen Swafford — 188 
Julie Swaf ford — 188 
Lisa Swafford — 188 
Susanne Swanger — 137 
Lea Swann — 188 
Art Swary — 188 
Randy Swayze — 188 
Suzi Swenson — 188 
Nancy Swift — 188 
Sherry Swindle — 188 
Pam Swing — 188 
Margaret Sykes — 188 
Rick Syler — 137 
Anthony Sylvestro — 188 
Regina Snyder — 137 
Terry Tabor— 189 
Connie Talley — 189 
Mark Talley — 189 
Virginia Tanner — 189 
Brenda Tanl — 189 
Debbie Tate — 189 
Linda Tate — 189 
Stephanie Tate — 189 
MalindaTatom — 189 
Barbara Taylor— 189 
Becky Taylor— 137 
Becky Taylor — 137 
Don Taylor— 189 
Jan Taylor — 189 
John Taylor — 189 
Judy Taylor— 137 
Julie Taylor— 189 
Larry Taylor — 189 
Martha Taylor — 189 
Michelle Taylor— 189 
Rickey Taylor— 189 
Pamela Teal — 189 
Steve Temple— 189 
Teri Templeton — 189 
William Tanner— 189 
Lydia Tenpenny — 138 
Rachelle Terrell — 189 
Shain Terrell — 138 
Beth Terry — 189 
Mark Terry — 189 
Margo Tesch — 138 
Debbie Therber— 189 
Amj Thomas— 189 
Debra Thomas— 189 
Deborah Thomas — 189 
Edward Thomas — 189 
Lamar Thomas — 189 
Laura Thomas — 138 
Michael Thomas — 138 
Ray Thomas — 189 
Linda Thomas — 189 
Mark Thomas — 189 
Chauncey Thomison — 190 
Cathy Thompsom — 190 
Kim Thompson — 190 
Lisa Thompson — 190 
Mendy Thompson — 190 
Mark Thorne — 190 
Mark Thornton — 190 



Patty Thornton — 190 
Lee Thrower — 190 
Ricky Thurman — 190 
Kenneth Thurmond — 190 
Bruce Thweatt — 190 
Gregg Thweatt — 190 
Rita Tice — 190 
Robbie Tice — 190 
Terry Tice— 138 
Amanda Tidwell — 191 
Mike Tidwell — 138 
Sharon Tidwell — 138 
Christopher Tilton — 191 
Vickie Tidwell — 138 
Thomas Tindell — 191 
Frances Tinelell — 138 
Patty Tinsley — 191 
Linda Tipton — 191 
Michael Tobitl — 191 
Donna Todd — 191 
Andrea Tolleson — 191 
GaryTolliver — 191 
William Tomes — 191 
Robert Tittsworth — 191 
Kathy Toms— 191 
Ken Toney — 191 
Wylie Toombs — 191 
James Torbert — 191 
Bryan Torrey — 191 
TimTorrey— 138 
Patrick Towns — 191 
Burton Towt)' — 191 
Gail Travis— 191 
Tarn Treadway — 191 
Karen Trover — 191 
Scott Trover— 191 
Elizabeth Trout— 191 
Marlene Truntham — 191 
Marilyn Truss— 191 
Chris Twyman — 191 
Ruth Tyree — 191 
Angela Tucker — 191 
Bob Tucker — 138 
Diane Tucker— 191 
Peggy Tucker — 191 
Debbie Tuggle — 138 
Greg Tuggle — 191 
Lisa Tuggle — 138 
Adrienne Turner — 191 
Barry Turner — 191 
Beverly Turner — 191 
Cindy Turner— 191 
Cindy Turner— 191 
Craig Turner — 138 
Elizabeth Turner— 191 
John Terner— 191 
Pat Turner— 191 
Randal Turner — 191 
Teresa Turner— 191 
Vickie Tombinson — 191 
Phiilip Urbaniak — 191 
Feliz Unuigbaje — 191 
Chidy Uzoho — 138 
Steven Vaden — 192 
Afsoon Vafie — 192 
Glenn Valentine — 12 
Jeff Vallett — 192 
Roger Vandergriff — 138 
Lisa VanHooser — 138 
Susan Vann — 138 
William Vannatta — 192 
Barry Vassar— 138 
Dabbie Vasut — 192 
Marie Vaughn — 192 
Timothy Vaughn — 192 
Valerie Vaughn — 192 
Patricia Van Viet — 192 
Darlene Vanzant — 192 
Gary Veazery — 192 
Joey Venable — 192 
Jan Vernon — 192 



Michael Vestor— 192 
Cindy Vetetoe — 138 
Robert Vick — 192 
Debbie Vincent — 139 
Lawrence Vincent — 192 
Susan Vinson — 192 
Ellen Vizzi — 192 
Joanna Vonns — 192 
Charles Waddell — 139 
Jackie Waddell — 192 
Tim Waddell — 192 
Evelyn Waddey — 192 
Joey Waggoner — 192 
Jim Wagner — 192 
Donna Wave — 192 
Roger Wakefield — 192 
Lia Waldron — 192 
Elizabeth Waldrop — 192 
Bill Walker— 192 
Chrislee Walker — 139 
Debra Walker— 192 
Dorothy Walker— 192 
Mark Walker— 192 
Mike Walker— 192 
Richard Walker— 192 
Shirley Walker— 192 
Tammy Walker — 192 
Tom Walker— 192 
William Walker— 192 
William E. Walker— 192 
Elizabeth Wall — 192 
Bobbie Wallace — 192 
Lecia Wallace — 192 
Steve Wallace— 192 
Kim Walls— 192 
Nancy Walsh — 139 
Ward Wampler — 192 
Chris Ward — 192 
Gary Ward — 192 
Jone Ward — 139 
Lydia Ward — 192 
Tommy Warden — 192 
Rita Warfield — 192 
William Warise— 192 
Denise Warren — 192 
Donissa Warren — 192 
Dorothy Warren — 192 
Marissa Warren — 192 
Nancy Warren — 192 
Susan Warren — 192 
Jimmy Washington — 192 
Tommye Washington — 192 
Charles Wasson — 192 
Dawn Watson — 193 
Dwight Watson — 193 
Janet Watson — 193 
Paulette Watson — 193 
Jean Watts — 193 
David Wayman — 193 
Ronald Weatherspoon — 193 
John Weaver— 193 
Cynthia Webb — 193 
Debra Webb— 139 
Donna Webb— 193 
Melissa Webb — 139 
Phyllis Webb— 193 
Sherryl Webb— 193 
William Webb — 193 
Ann Webber — 139 
Cheryl Webber— 193 
Mike Weinman — 193 
Dennis Weldon — 193 
Joe Wells— 193 
Lisa Wells— 193 
Monica Wells — 193 
Tim Wells — 193 
Audrey Weske — 193 
BjTon West— 193 
Cathy West — 139 
John West — 193 
Melissa West— 193 



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Phillip Westhrooks — 193 
Debra Webster — 193 
Anthony Westmoreland — 193 
Michael Wetzel — 193 
Scott Whaley — 193 
Charles Wheeler - 193 
Rhonda Wheele.v — 193 
Ricky Wheeler— 193 
Wendy Wheeler — 193 
Michael Whitaker - 193 
Robin Whilaker— 193 
Andrea White — 193 
Barry White — 193 
Debra White — 193 
Evon While — 193 
Gladys White - 193 
Greg White— 193 
Jim White- 193 
Mala White - 193 
Pam White — 193 
Steve White — 193 
Vickie White - 193 
Linda Whitman — 193 
Sarah Whitten — 193 
Andrea Whittenhurgh — 193 
Gladys Whyte — 193 
Jerry Wieck — 193 
Man, Wigger — 193 
Kenneth Wiggins — 193 



Annette Wilcezek — 139 
Rick Willey — 139 
Charlene Williams— 139 
Darlene Williams — 139 
Geri Williams— 194 
Jean Williams — 194 
Martha Williams— 194 
Mike Williams— 194 
Nancy Williams — 194 
Patricia Williams — 194 
Patty Williams — 139 
Robbins Williams— 194 
Rebecca Williams — 194 
Sandy Williams — 194 
Sterling Williams — 194 
Leslie Williamson — 194 
Jo Anne Wilgud — 194 
Steven Wilkerson — 194 
Larry Willard — 194 
Mark Willoughby — 194 
Susan Willoughby — 139 
Bobby Wilson — 194 
Charles Wilson— 194 
Mirian Wills— 194 
Portia Wills — 139 
Carol Wilson — 140 
Deborah Wilson — 194 
Donna Wilson — 194 
Eddie Wilson - 194 



Eileen Wilson — 194 
Greg Wilson — 140 
Holly Wilson — 194 
Jim Wilson - 194 
Katie Wilson — 140 
Roy Wilson — 194 
Susan Wilson — 194 
Tim Wilson - 194 
Vicki Wilson - 140 
William Wilson — 194 
Wilmer Wilson — 194 
Ann Wimsatt— 194 
Temera Windrow — 194 
Mike Windus— 194 
Alvis Winsett — 140 
Tom Winter— 139 
Eddie Wiser — 194 
Mark Wiser — 194 
Ted Wiser — 194 
DaveWixred— 194 
Bill Woelher — 140 
Chituru Wokpara — 194 
Betty Walscott — 194 
Theiry Wolfe — 194 
Charles Wolfe — 194 
Janice Wolff— 194 
Marilyn Womack — 194 
Victor Wong — 194 
Dan Wood — 194 



Don Wood — 140 
Leslie — 194 
Lori Woodard — 194 
Judy Woodcock — 140 
Debra Woodlee — 194 
Carolyn Woods — 194 
Kathy Woodson — 194 
Dena Wooten — 194 
Patricia Wooten — 140 
Sharon Woolen — 140 
Phyllis Word — 194 
Kay Wralher — 194 
Chris Wren — 195 
Brenda Wright — 195 
David Wright — 195 
Kimberly Wnght — 140 
Phillip Wright — 195 
Pam Wright — 195 
Valerie Wright — 195 
Valerie Wnght — 195 
Patsy WrighLsman — 195 
Raymond Wu — 195 
Janice Wyatt — 195 
Jim Wyatt— 140 
Norma Wyndham — 195 
Donna Wynn — 195 
Larry Wynns — 195 
Mike Yager — 195 
Daniel Yahola — 195 



Yvonne Yarbrough — 195 
Terry Yates — 195 
Dettorah Teargan — 195 
Mary Jo Yeager — 195 
Lora York — 195 
Randall York — 140 
Tern York — 195 
Kim Young — 140 
Linda Young — 195 
Mark Young — 195 
Manville Y'oung — 195 
Nanette Young — 140 
Robert Young — 195 
Steve Young — 195 
Ruel Young— 195 
Ralph Young— 195 
Cathy Youngsma — 195 
Patricia Youree — 195 
DebhieZeber— 195 
. Mike Zimmer — 195 
Karen Zimmerman — 195 
Donna Zoccola — 195 
Susan Zumbro — 140 
Andy Westbrook — 193 



Editor's last rant 

This is the page where I shall do my last bitching and express what it has 
been like being yearbook editor. First off, this was the worst decision of my 
life — mainly because I got little enjoyment out of it and knew this would be 
the case when I took the job but took it anyway. There were times when waves 
of joy did flow through me but those times were too few because I was always 
so uptight. People around me didn't help matters any by constantly asking 
"How's yearbook going?" or "when's your deadline?" Most of you didn't really 
want or care about my answer so why did you bug me by asking? 

Then there was the problem of getting students interested enough to work. 
The ones I got (Vivian, Debbie and Eddeth) thanks for sticking with me. To 
the rest of you, I do understand about the dates you couldn't break and the 
homework you had to do, so thanks also! I want to thank you also Mr. Pitts for 
being so cooperative when you were sports editor; I'm really pleased we came 
to the agreement that we did since you were such a busy man. 

Linda Nelson — thank you. There were times when I couldn't have gotten 
along without you and times when I could have. Like the times when certain 
persons put you in bad moods. Anyway, you are the best managing editor and 
friend I could have, thanks. 

Edward Allen Crawford, the UNCOOL commercial art person who thinks 
he saved our book from lack of design — special thanks. I truly enjoyed work- 
ing with you and think you did an excellent job on our book even if you were 
hard to get a hold of. Thanks again Eddie. 

I'd also like to thank Robin Rudd for being patient with me until that cer- 
tain night; Ed Arning for helping me with sports, and Byron St. Dizier for 
doing more than "filling in." 

In addition to that my thanks go out to Alan Loveless, Pat Daly, Ben, Side- 
lines, Mike, "the buddy", campus security and my instructors for being under- 
standing. 

Sorry the Book is late, I did my best. 




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